Title: St. Andrews buoy
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Title: St. Andrews buoy
Uniform Title: St. Andrews buoy
Alternate Title: Saint Andrews buoy
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Emmons & Lynch
Place of Publication: St. Andrews Fla
Publication Date: March 15, 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: VID00075
Source Institution: University of Florida
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ST". ANDREWS BAY.LA.. MARCH 15. 1900. NO. 51


Seii.ti.,s }ii Sai'n I'a ~ ,o, .lditicello.
Hon S.It. a:illorv, Pensaceola.
.epre entaii .--- 1st District, S.L .Spark-
im.a,. Tampa; *2d District, R. W.
Divi-. Palatka,
I.. I flice- RegisterI W. W. G. Robinson:
Reuciiver-IT. S. Chulil, TATr. A
'.., no,.---W D.. w. ;. r.; Secretary of
t.l.., .1 I. 31rawford; treasurer J. B.
S .i ri, 1.. iltorney General Win. B. La-
0n ......' ,i.,1| V I' Reynolds; St.-
o .,,:lud,..,t ,I I' l i,.; Instruction, W .
N. -' .ii. '... .i.-oaner of Agricul-
ii,, L i. Wim', ell,; Adjutlant Ge -
eral. 1'il 'i Hi.i-.,i. I'., lahassee.
A. S vS' l. i lt.
It l II;st -t-- RI. M il!..ry, Pensacola;
,'cont i *)i.rr ,'.i A.n'i, l Pasco Monticello.
l l T -.r ..' .Lik \\ -
S' ahitlchlk i.
,\ % -.0 I',ON. COUNTY.
pi.' .'in. t;.e, W. G. Coleman,.Vernon;
,'.-.n J i.le, J. R. Wells, Vernon;
'leik l C. 'nlr .'. niii Clerk, Recorder
of De-l'. W. B. Lassitter, Vernon;
ihei if', C. 6.. Allen, Cliipley; Treasurer,
J. Pakih. \Veruon; Tax Collector, A.
o. i.iin,-, Vninon; Tax Assessor, J.
W Will iamn COhipley: Superin(endent
of PI'lite Instruction, W. L Lockey,
Cbhiple Surveyor, P. L. Horn, Orange
Hill County Commissioners-0. C.
"minge, Cli'rl., Caryville; W. T. riorn.
Orange Hill; 9. Strickland, Pt. Wash-
ington; Jno R. Thompson. St. An-
d.eas Bay; Jno. Simmons, Vernon.
justice of the Peace. John Sturrock;
Notary l'Publies, W. A. Emmons, C. H.
Crippen: Deputy Circuit Court Clerk.
W. A. Emmons: Sclihool Directors, E.
P. Maxon. G. W.Surher sr., H. D. Da-
via; Post Master, L M. Ware
Postmistress, Mrs. M. B. Jenks.
Postmaster; Renry Bovis.
aostmaaster and Notary Public, WV. H.
rt; PiTTSBUuE.
"insitistress, Mrs. Hasselhorg.
'ostmiastei, S. W. Anderson
'ostmaster, Mrs. R. Git..
Postmaster, O. C. Tompkins.
Paodtnm.tel, W.F. Woodford
PstAnistrc-, Mis. Dyer.
P,Qtim.iter, P. N. Hutchinsou.
Fu~utiflLheon Laird's Mill Bayou.

I.ll'. i'ul.iin, Frank Hoskins; Postnmas-
ter, "l liu .1 :. MA.Iaug r.l ..iian C..i -
Iii r i t ", Mi . > i .

t(,li, i F.. ,iid <_'h t-l u t l- 1 l' em hisig to-
S t., t1-l i 'i*. S.il dl \v at I .t. inl. :oii 7
p 'm. Sujndilv school at 3 p. m Re'. DL). ,
T.iker. pastor.
lispiist-Chlurchi, cor. Wyoming .ve.
ind Ciictniitali at. Services by pastor on
Wednerd:ivy ,.eiinh be fore 2d inday,
aid aiu.-:a. "t 7 p. an., before, and 4tti
.Suwldar, 11 al. and 7,p. m. Player
mersig w\'d erIlv iigiU ofter lst and
3d LuIii' .v ,onr routh. Sunday school.
et'c) Si'nain, 10 .,. Im. Rev. S.L. Loud-
S .t.,lill k, :-t l,
PI esIteS in i-CLhii'clh corner Loraine
a'enuc and Drake street; Rev. R. J.
McIllain pastor; preening on second
Sunday) of .x.:i month at 11 o'clock a. m.
dnd r.t 17 p m. Sunday School at 9:30
a. in. every Sunday, Jolin Sturnock, Supt.
S2.ot l ..- 'h .in i orner Wyoming ave-
in' iiilai Fon.ter ,r-.:i
rhe no'ilr,,"r mail, via Anderson, Gay,
U.jn'liaiJ lnid Chiipley departs every day
except Siindaly at 3:00 o'clock; a. Im.;
arr, ev'e.' day except Suinlny at
7:40 p. in.
:,st l ,' mail for Harrison, Croinlitoin,
P4rker, F ar iudale and Wetappo, leaves
St. Andrews going east every morning
at 6 o'.lomk and leaving Wetappo at
I o'clu'ek, arrives, joining west every
evening at 7 c clock.

SCHiEDi.ILE OF RATES:-For each five
minutes, or fraction thereof, use of
Between St.Andrews Bay & Gay.... 15c
S ", Bayhead 20c
.. Chipley. 35c
Chipley & Bayhead....... 25c
'. Gay............. 30e
Bayheatl &Ga............. 10o
For transmission by telegraph Ilc.
extra, not including telegraphic set1' ie.
W. A. EMMONS. Gen'l Mar.

Deputy Circuit Court Clerk and No-
tary Pulic for the State at Large;ias
jurisdiction to administer oaths, take
affidavits, legalize acknowledgments,
etc., anywhere in Florida. Special at-
tention given to land conveyances and
to marriage services, and license issued
to lawfully qualified parties. Ofice t
the BUOY Office, St Andrews Bay.
Homeopathic Physician and Ac-
coucher. Office PioneerDrug Store,
q5orner of Shell avenue and Michi-
gan street,
St. Andrews Florida

SPlivysician and Druggist, Commerce st.,
Seat or Baview, Offers his professional
services lo the citizens of St. An-
drews and vicinity. Residence on Buena
Vista avenue.

Notary Public.
Willailtend promptly to all u sui ssde-
manding his attention. Office on Bav-
view street. one l.,ock i.orfthast of T.
C Danford's torec

Attorney at Law,

dne dollar a Year in Advance.

Editor and Proprietor.
Display ad rates 50c per inch per month
Position and extraordinary condition
-rcaes u'l,-'cit to snccial a rieement.
"Local Drift," 5c per line, first insertion
.2tc each subsequent. Display I 1
double ahovc rates.

In WaVr Tinmtes.
A ship goit.g out to sea,
On the dull horizon's rim,
Sailing away from me,
Sailing away with him.

A wv rh and wcnv, bwii''^-
V\ i iLi none on board for me,
As it cleaves the waters dark.

Women come trooping down
Happy are they tonight;
And all the sober town
Is wild with joy and light.

They pass me as they go,
But I turn my eyes away;
For tho head I loved lies low,
Close to Manila Bay.
-Ave Maria.
*** --
Your Fiileiwd.
Have you a friend? One you might
quite o'erlook
While fortune beamed; but when the
threatening clouds
Of misery closed round, has proffered
With grasp that said: "I love you,
trust you, dear;
Though downward still together we
will go--
Through yielding, fern-choked mire,
by fire-fly lamps.
Fear not; for, look-a rift beyond! Joy
C fit's
To greet and welcome Night's belated

Did you, with shivering, backward
glance confess
Your own frail faith in God's embrac-
ing love,
To lear: "Look not into the vanquish-
ed past,
All heedless, crushing other tenderer
Condemned to pale and wither in this

PUERTO RICAN LETTER, ihatI there i. a '' .,.-oI t, s Nsait thit il y'in aslthe lofadee ee- or rshe ex-
,1 Anmericans .i ,l Ai ,., ',,- as ii .eri day it Lot, so. ,V water it .;, I lainr I. lil:e t, liv,. I tri tl plenty
S.is F A i A 1, o ... O l o s ;;, ..- I i.f ." And to co viluec
1iC 1 H,,,H n I tN~be n 'in -i, i r Ii ii I lw ~le, "makepili y lionl "u his v :, 11,--' t.at thist h was the
Thieves. aiinl will n, lh, re I-, illh ih., Nilini e "Will u?" it ail Bri,*gu.- "Suoe truth .-I,-. l',,!S.:e hi:, a, merry laugi.
SN JUAN, PUERro icO, ls as tt of 11, it's a onr ye i iver tried it which a i,,ni.rbd the uIn-.laurholy spirit
frights as ,,",.i 1 1 nr Lni's a wvouder ye niver tried it.of the ,"c.
1;i). 23,ofn rtislhes ftiriiijlC-i | ir llif ma~ain man l l
.WAS fIN.BAD COMPANY. ,l l h111Ut, i tCU C.tt ll-laaii "aIf 1 give you my hand," said the
Editor BI.Av: Poor T.av was iais- 5 man :w '21y. "'*ill you not walk back
Editornu'n :f ePu''i' was a l T,,i i ,,,i.. V. ThE CHILD'S HEART. '-.. willt ,,' i lhoP hF,,ii- ?"
ly beaten for being lnod'in bad con- Just e a. i n .., To ta. Li. b-,u,, to let him get a
party, ailn I, too, was dlisconjfiteid fr the same idv an c1f,, *ate r* , ... hold upon ,.er---t was ghasti'! He
,he 81. " l '.. i .... .. t moved toward her. There seemed noth-
the sell saline c; use. Being down o stret t i I 1 I moved toward her. Tliere seemd noth
the self s-Wate C ste. Bei-on O sthe t h t 'U. tt-, c ; .. r. --r. Ing for it but to run and run she did,
t.e a:f- ater sto.it, tall iil.i . 1,. .., speeding over thie soft lawn.- with a
1t, taking a sti oll at about 3 p.m. B,.ilish .- n . ,, ... rapidity that astonished herself. She
Sca t a itt haded aley into could hear hin calling to her, but she
I ca tne to a little shaded alley i nto brink, w hl I.1, 1i S)i |o nt Ii ii, pll finally V a etr'ric I ti -
which I dropped to rest and cool. 1 nI loative sil e I ii, .I l. n iu .. i t.l. ,.n ti nally n ,Iy:"' p.iteal -
Sat down upon an elevated sidewalk piunchd l]i . ,, .. '. I n
abo t i,,ee feet h.i r,* til ,..",- ] .. t', .:r ,...Il. I.:,ii '.'p n'
k .l... it to be a haunt.I. l I... t. Nut 61" .. .. '-. ". .

idle Puerto Ricans who thfow dodos
(dice) for small euin, but more eu-
pecialvy, for coppers. But these are
hIl bIII UelL c...t-, -,n V. .i ..tn ta

Uo tile uad company. No, tho lact
is, Iu ai an Amierican-Ihave been go-
ing with americans, and Americans
are at a discount at present. Theisee
are the "good citizens" that "pelted
2our Tray" for this offense.
About twenty feet to my right was
Water street, at my back across the
sidewalk stood a large warehouse, in
flont, acr uiiihe alley was thecorrall
of a livery stable and to my 16ft, to-
wards Commerce street, about twen-
ty feet away, was a civey of "these"
ever fervently engaged in throwing
dodos, and coppers changed hands
like magic. This did not disturb me
in the least; but they continuously
eyed me, and I soon saw that 1 was
the center of attraction, and while
they cast their glances at me they
talked in low tones-almost breath,
lessly-but I thought they took me
to be a spy upon their game.
Did not have the least suspicion that
they had any design on me; indeed
I telt just as safe as though I was in
jail. Soon t: e major part of them
went to my right anid began to play

gloom; in -the hot -sunshine, hear Water
.l-p ihl. ni to live, to kn,, their F.tah- lT iTt. ii- 1., -,.. U, e Sone, hnt
er- t '" r- .- -.
H a.v. J,'i.i .1 .ie ki.,n, n,. ],..'. lF._'.lt.a and J,
ltve,* -not even when I felt the hand of
And then forgotten from the heights some one who stood upon the pave-
to stoop, ment, beliind me, and, reaching down
To reach, to bless, when that same pa- over my shoulder, gave me a smart
tient heart jerk, for I said to myself: "Who is
Turned backward, wavering, and shud- this friend be, i e
during, crouched? this friend behind me?-lio nut
think hiinself a good one, certainly."
Could you forget "I love you," and that
And, lifting up. your happy face and My watch chain being very strong,
voice, there next came a jerk that lifted me
Earth's pleadings stifle with "Thy will and left no doubt but that a snatch
be done"; thief was plying his vocation. By
The while, in rayless gloom, uncheered,
alone, the time he wa'i ten feet away, mak-
Yoar one true friend sobbed out a pre- ing quadruple-quick with my watch
cious life? ani cliain in hisn rigit land, dang-

For that neglected loye, gone back to
Remorse will prove a sorry substitute.
Tarn; hasten, cherish lest the angels
Your treasure undeserved; thus leav-
ing you
To feel the coldness of a friendless
-Eloise C. Richberg.

The Lightship.
When boats come home across the bar,
And winter's sunlight dies afar,
When green and purple dusks creep
And hides the harbor and the town;
Each night far out to sea a beam
Of pale, wan light sends forth its
Across the peaceful, darkening tides
And marks the lightship where she

When tempijst-tosed the ships slip by
The foam-hid headland, and the sky
Is torn with wrack of scudding cloud,
And winds of winter cry aloud;
Lo, through the roar of crashing waye,
Above the tempest's moan and rave, :
A voice comes o'er the troubled tides,
And marks where yet the lightship
-Richard Stillman Powall in The Cri.
Whe Bides His Time.
Who bides his time and day by day
Faces defeat full patiently,
And lifts a mirthful roundelay,
However poor his fortunes be,
He will not fail in any qualm
Of poverty-the paltry dime
It will grow golden in his palm,
Who bides his time.
-James Whitcomb Riley.

"I am indebted to One Minute Cough
Cure tor my health and life. It cured me
of lung trouble following grippe," Thous-
ands owe their lives to the prompt action
of this never failing remedy. It cures
coughs, colds, croup, bronchitis, peacmo-
nia, grippe and throat and lung troubles.
Its early use prevents consumption. It
is the ouly harmless remedy that gives
immediate relief,- R. F. Brackin & Son.


,ing in thle air, I was upon mvy feet,
pistol in hand. It was a double ac-
tion of the best pattern, but had
rusted somewhat. At twenty feet I
had a bead on his backbone and
pulled the trigger.
I lelt sure there was one less ladron
(thief) on earth; but the hammer
did not come back-was frozen down.
I tried it with my thumb, still sore
from a small cut, and it was no go.
Again I tested the trigger with the
same result, and it did look so funny
to see hin running away with my
watch and chain. 1 could hardly
believe my eyes. If you have never
been there you can't begin to realize
how funny it is.
The thief was about twenty years
old, short and not stout. Had I sus-
picioned his business, crippled as I
am, I could have caught his hand,
jerked him on his head and stamped
him to eternity in less than a min-
ute; but lie was too far away, now,
for he had almost gained Commerce
street, while I had fooled so long
with the obstinate pistol. Putting it
away, I made chase, and the boy of
seventy summers ran like a grey-
hound and stayed with the fox, al-
thoughli he turned corner after coiner,
until lie reached the dense throng of
the city and was lost in the crowd.
The chain was a one-fourth gold-
filled-largo and loud-cost i$25 at
wholesale. As it was so large, I
couldn't sell it, and thinking I could
stand the racket, had appropriated it:
but the natives, as the darkey said,
"could not withstand" the glare ind
glitter. This, coupled with, the fact

."* '. *-'I!

written L i::;:i..t.i. a.,. Ii tiuo ,,:;::-
poet lto ., 1- 1 .: .U .u' .i .,
said !.- e l I -;: i l I ;. .J a ; .., ,, .
"lr:l' ', i'.iA' I .' alr n p i '. f, 1
Out i.,i.iest. hbi \ inu L,
also being pilfered from he i.da.t
-il iut no i-;.'- Lamiib i i'l ,., .
Ing tLhis story.-Rev. La% M,1 .,.I,:,, iiI
"L-i,-a..J Hurioer."

Influenza Caused by Oeone.
On one occasion the writer waited to
the edge of Luake .l I..1.?' wihe a
strong wind was blowing right frobn
the ilae. The bodily condition was as
near perfect as could be. and yet in less
than tive minutes there was every evf-
Jeuee of having caught colO. Ttie S6 -
",-n e' i..iiit l ;.u n :.i t uL titih u l i fit it ...l i-. fDl "
.ia ;i y. in l'.', l Lu .J l ,ij r t I iLt ii.i-
.ti*ll ',.. 1. i I iIl l, l. ; I .l r .
11 o stiy I' I ., 'Lha (1.i ll,., i _li rlla-

its ]le ad a i,, u ,8,w, ,i II, .. ,, .. '.' ., i
But the di,-c,nh, li nl ,n ch in e.l u The heart of a child,
the desli i in tlie i lIvi'ng L e L heart of (lthi spring,
stohe e a I i n ti e I i Is fult of the i .pe
stones ati Iili Ie a 'ol Iv ti4l1 wi it( lt s..mi, r shaln l bring.
Ci *' i f tlinp's
his assail.int a;i.l I'nr oil,.-, with in a %w r > uodf hI '
whr, jhit,''-h ai lit te he sl ,rn.eis
sticks, wh .j,,in..Ti, anl l got in the art of a child
the best ohf il. I. '.... bi ., li 1 -Arthur Austin-Ja:wI:son in London Speaker.
liked him. veln ilt .. l ht1 A\ little ,
color.. A i, lhi, i.nl ..'rence- tlhe na- t
tives accnsedhi htim nf giving a sea Ir ELEN DACY'S
captain s.-.i.' i.' l'ilri ip.u ,which they LU r IC.
did not want him to lave. But that *
A Story of a Young Girl's
sneaking treachery of the native I v- 8 i 1
Visit to an lnaianeuAsylum t
cannot admire so t.uihi as perhaps I -i--*
-ought. Io.Hen ri.iy went to Elgin not be-
WATCH AND THITECAPTURED. caust= -Ih.: .. insane, but because she
Feb. 24.-I had t..ietnl five dollars had a .' om, I cousin who was. Elgin
reward and a n le is a t..;antifll town, but its street carF
reward an a tive dete e, whilserv t good, and Helen walked
raiding in the country yeatet lay, for tih-ouri, tin' \ village up to the pleasant
other property, gathered them in. park with Which the state has sur-
rounded the asylum for the insane. It
By the way, the watch and chain is a walk ,of ,..: In- lrat;ble length from
have a history in boti St. Andiews the gate of :'(e g! iu.li r.:, the building,
and Texas. atid Helen ","s t,8 ; l' I.Onter a melan-
choly sight. 'As she went along the
In the absence of news, will close. serpentine i'ith a procession came to-
Respectfully anu.. sincerely yours. ,ward her. There must have been a
T. J. HUGHEs. hundred ui. u iu it, and they moved
slowly, aiI Iu...:t of them walked with
bcwed h. a'.. Their feet appeared to
F. B. Thirkhead, Hiallh Inspedtor of press tl---. o.-Il heavily. At first Helen
Chicago, says, Kodol Dyspepsia Cure can- thought it -:,-. t be a fuueral proces-
not be rec'ommnndcd i..oj highly. It cured -son, Luot a i.,. .....l later she perceiv-
me of severe dispo.pci." It digests what ed tlit it was -.. 'L'ni. more' dis-
you eat and cures ind-g. tiio., heartburn -..-.. It was the walk'of those
and all forms of dyspepsia. R. F. Brack- ',ho hLal survived their own death. In
in & Son. a otLer words, it was a body of insane
*- enl-'tit ext-isilj Hi e ibo:i t that hlM d
Ben. Frainklin's Education. '. '.. I I '' 1- ',.' oi, .
.. . .. i. .... i . ,u .,-. 1 I 1 h tL. ,
F ew i; iln ]ia ? U n i n tie !.1ian , ,, i. r" : . . ; I l....,k .l ,
L-eni 1 '.9t-Jl.h'.i '. ' . .' *:.'..... n--r "r .* .
lems eltfillu.;.: F inl tle. conimon-sfouM -..2i h r;,AT'r.Vi-mt M 'b, h' -a l rfe lft- '
of the wordl. F,,r tiit more than two ty came over her ain made her all the
years (at the age ol i to 10) he went more pitiful toward these unfortu-
to a grammar ,eiojl. and a private The procession had passed, and she
school in Boston. For the other vyas al-out resuming her way to the
fo- aid re his life hospital when oue of the men quitted
c the rauks and walked hurriedly to-
lie learned without a: teacher. His ward her. None of the rest looked
father's liiaiy was small, but the around. The attendants had not no-
lad himself spentt little money ticed his desertion, and his steps on
the sward made no sound. He came
that came itumt his ha',idq on s-rious witi a rapid, gliding step toward Hel-
books and i.adi.mbhlet,. Having prov- -n, shoving his teeth in a broad smile.
d- h I elen decided that, however imperti-
ea deficient ;i ahltiic' iin hlt early uent his intentions might be, at least
youth, he alterwarild ile a special he was in good humor. This was con-
study of n.ilthieuatie :aud lour some soling, blt it did not keep her hands
e amu h l ontrting fro turning cold with nervous dread.
tilne amus8.i ~lfois f 14consiriActing As he approached he lifted his hat
all sorts o uitagical flaiie, and cir- with a courtly air. It was evident that
cles, with li,,% .lif e ti.hat would the poor wretch had once been a gen-
tleman, but even the most gentlemanly
add up alike, hil..'r ',,v they of lunatics was not a companion to
were counted. In tii S iio:,iIection, choose, and Helen moved behind a low i
Mr. Ford-a nell-.ud id .leI r.u, him- lilac bush. She felt that she was white
and that her eyes were wide-stretched,
self, in that. hii, jul'y lchi.,'l .is his but she tried not to show her alarm.
father's immreuse i% alj' ie IL.i av-has Contidence, she had always heard, was
ts to say: needed in dealing with the Insane. The
man moved more cautiously and fixed
"His own' t --x|lti,. r e so.'rnId to an undeviating gaze upon Helen.
teach Franklin II,.th at i.. n mind "Madam," said the man in a particu-
needs no Is:hYIJIi m. et,,..,p t, andi larly quiet voice, "it is a pleasant morn-
needs no I d": ig, and ."
that a poor liiild ilinA lileighliened Something in the words suggested a
by study. P[',.,,-, Ichaiti in i.le nerry scene in "Hamlet" to Helen, and she
overtbethought herself of an experiment.
over the 'in any M ity 1i1n-1 whose She would soon determine whether or
brains cannot fill lleit lellish,' and not the man had a gleam of reason.
of those whl, *',,nl.1 live by tlhei-r wits "Is it?" she asked, turning her eyes
to the sky, "Why, indeed, I thought
but for want i' .-:,'tilC.' 'A learned it was raining!"
blockhead is a greater blocklhea-. than The man had a look in his face akin
an ignorant ,',o,' he ass-tted. and to pity. "Perhaps you are right," he
replied gently. "It may be raining. It
claimed that, 'ol learinel l.jul-, I havE Is not always possible for me to tell
seen ten times t* $r '/ ,.:ilFe. wise except when I see pt-ople carrying
Their umbrellas."
men, I have beeun a vn,.lhed.' Yet "Sensory nerves are quite obtuse,"
Franklin was 1I.r i'i" 'li',wiiing cou- thought Helen. "I have heard that It
tempt for the -eoi'-t auilt nan lor an Is common with' degenerates." The
? man moved a little nearer, and Helen
academic educ., On his settling ventured to go still farther around the
in Philadelphia lie '.ianL two things lilac bush. ,He stopped still, and they
which he regretted, aid one of these faced each other over the low shrub-
which b.9 regretted, one of th bery. What an agreeable looking crea-
was, 'tiere being jrovii ture he was,. With his soft brown eyes,
for 'the cinIplet`4 edtnation of his long, delicate face and his high
th I refrein 1743browl He looked as if he might have
youth 1 re in 1743 been intended for a poet. Probably
drew up a pr, Iiiistal our establishing he bad been, but had gone one step
an academy,' further, Helen had not read Lombro-
so for nothing.
The academy a1' duly founded; "Do you ever write poetry?" she ask-
but in time it beci iie a hotbed of ed, with genuine curiosity.
politics, and its Iee r an active op, The man blushed. Helen had not
ponent (it Frainkliii "himself.-Cent- "When I found a fitting subject," he
ury Magaziue. I confessed.
"Ah! And what should you consider
i ~ ;a fitting subject?"
rjil it. "Why-you!" The words came out
A lady had it I:.i employ an ex- explosively. They did not seem to be
cellent gill h\. h.n n ," ,nm fault. Her meant for a compliment. The man
face was alw .y, in a ,~tnd,,. Mrs. spoke pathetically. It seemed as if
-cthere were tears in his eyes. Heleff
-- tried to tell liheir tn tsh her answered asit he were a child:
face without olltt,'iLg ler and at last Do seem so sad to you she as-
resorted to a stra'- f. ., your eyes to look at me, poor man?"
"Do you knLrw, l ii.get," she re- "Indeed it does," he replied quite
marked in a ci, l ,tiai manIe- "'it simply "I think you are the saddest
ith ng I 'ver eaw. .

ly J .j tol 1wL?.i -iu l;.LlT' m BJ 'M F: WW!
83 inu.juiry it v.,:s l. i nl n ;; uat Luli-
d.'..- uf ri't idlL O Nh u li..I l n[ I ill,.
:L>' I.oi dl it.e u d, of e li l .il lI,_'f
l..' a ,|.i .. i.l h. '" t, I.i .H il ''',..' O 1'
four miles .'n .: I t iu i.'. .iii-
selves from sut h :-. ().'i i.'iL -.
Physicians ni'.. ;Ii,l' l i [L:t t it is
not :nl.'J.as possible to ay whebu one
"catcLes" cold. It certainly cannot
always be because of undue exposure
or ciauge in temperature, hut probably'
also to changes in the electric condi-
tion of the air. Facts of this Imld
should lead to ti- ti. -Ii..' ,i nil, in, .'
studying any -.ip;.."fj ie Il ..' -
tv.'eeiL tl e vw ei.:. ,,i. .. I l. . i t..
lar ,cienicre.

T.o Enarin Stior'ies,
At Soinesley wv.- r.n;od cou.sltaIC':" td
meet To:u Price., a gieat fri;und of ithe
Barringtoun family. n tine 'rider and
very greedy. One day, eating a good
dinner, he said, "This Is my id'a of
"Yes." said a neighbor. "such a din-
ner as this without money aud with-
out prih t':
Hle always rietinded ime of the'
greedy man yho, coming down .r..iI?
in the morning before breakfast.' ,'. I
"Food has not passed my lips since
last night, and ti6mdrrow will be the
third day."-"Sir Algernon West's
Irish V 1 it.
Two niarvlie, ill clad, dirt covered,i
rain soaked, got po.s.-si.,i of a lhear-
enly nook between two high stone'
walls while an extra heavy sleet show-;
er prevailed. They had "hunkered"
low and were watching their sm.,l:
wreath.- i ,mount fr'.n ibh-ir rop-es. **1'i
t,'ii." E:aim~ouae of tiltui. breaking a:
reverie, "I'li t,,ul. Jani.l,-. that the kitig
oif J.'rtrnlnv ni'.-er sni'zo'ks." Boil. re-

like to be him, Lariy; would you'?"
Betty Harlan of 'l'hruminomn wai a
v-ry piousti old Metli"list.. 'aiher Danu
often dropped into Betty's for a gossips
"13tty." sail Fatnth-r Dan. "- always
find you stuck in your BilI!I.. Now. t-Ill'
me truly, do you undl.'r-iu I it ail?"
"Of cotirseI do," udiiignnt'.v. "Wi..lf,
well. I've been stnlyi.- it l illt f my1fF-.
and I don't understand at- 'l yet."
"And If yer reverence ic; s lilh.i.li..a.' do
ye tliln eyerywan -Ishe like r.-aself?"
-Saturday Evening Post.

Give a youth resolution and the al-
phabet. and who shall place litlts to'
his eneror

S-''r. i 'J r i' -' tI:;nJ ; .J fi l 11it. A
c..,-.u l lt'r in au ills ie 1r loul t he
fnr:d he :,s lif[,.,l I. t ,. r f'r' Sil'
faced h,.u lun:ilc. T 'u.; v.,u' or' n,
le e0 ilI. ; ..1 h:,V il h10 .1 l .; .l l -:It '.wnih
otiier, both of tllei! pale arid itrenibling.
his arm still supporting her.
"Poor child," he murmured. "HIow
sorry I am that I frightened you. Per.
haps I ought not to have run after .yo-.
But I was afraid you would leave the
grounds and come to some harm."
She would have liked to have ex-
plained to him that one need not cpme
to hurm outside of their grounds, biut
perhaps it was as well that she thought
oth.':-wise. She would tell him the
truth a;c'iut herself. Perhaps lie would
undt-rstand. All. what a pity that such
an engaging face should hide a ruined
"You must try to understand," she
said slowly, "'that I do not live here li
the-the building, you know. I came to
visit a relative who is here. It seems
a pleasant place. Have you been here
"My dear young lady," bried he, "i
am hlso a I isitor. I also came to visit
an acquaintance, with whom I was
walking a moment since. I approach-
ed you to ask if you knew when the,
next train went to town, but wheoi I
addressed you I judged from your re-
ply that you were one of the inmates."
Helen sank -.. ntl. down on the grass.
"I thin". 1 must rest a moment," she
said. "I-I am much surprised!" 'Her'
tone indicated .ianethii;.; more than
surprise. It confessed to a great re-
lief, She paid her visit to the asylum,
ind she and tVictor Law. her lunatic,
went back on tile same train together.
To both of theml t'o r.ft-c' ern seemed
Ih ...- r ',i- Llnl .thl ,:,r l I I rI "ll" 11% ,-<.
"\ h']:. l'' lhr ,i'l h1.1, .. .3,,UI i. --.."
hI _' ;i .. ,. i,-l i .-.i'- th, ." ,:li trI .1, *" ''t.. ein
-.,1n 1 l, 1 .. Il !lh ..I.'. 1 1 '' .t.I ....

a shattered mind beyond eyes so-
please pardon me-so beautiful a;1
yours. I know I am rude, but I must
Speak the truth. If you had been mad.
I should have remembered you with
sorrow all tilhe days of my life."
"Being sane, I suppose you will for-
get me?"
But she knew well that he would not
give himself the opportunity. She was
quite certain that she should see him
often. It would have been a grotesque
a.iclimax uot to have met again after
that aftern'ou.--St. Louis Star.

Kills Without Hittlng.
What is lyddite? The high explosive
thus called from the name of the small
Kentish W.wn and gunnery center
where the experiments with It were
made is nothing less than pieric acid
brought into a dense state by fusion.
Picric acid is a bright yellow sub-
itance freely used in peaceful Indus-
tries for dyeing purposes. It Is ob-
tained by the action of nitric acid on
phlenol oi" carbolic acid. It burns very
violently, and, owing to the tremen-
dous blast produced by the explosion,
the destructive effect of a bursting
shell filled with it is some 11 times
greater than that of a shell filled with
All lyddite shells are equipped with
percussion nose fuses only; hence their
explosion takes place on impact in the
following fashion: The percussion fuse
Ignites a picric powder exploder, which
in turn ignites the bursting charge of
lyddite, the detonation of the fuse and
of the two ( 1p.i. i.- s inside the shell
beiug :U'I: L',..u ... Tlie picric pow-
der exploder, we should add, Is insert-
ed in a recess left In the lyddite for
tlaIt purpose. Lyddite shell is to some
extefit laSS I.. if ..., ia ,,1 -i.i''lt'
PXI,1,. ,. I l.. y ..' 'Ai, lr. lir. ubuughu wide-
spread. its death d *.alUg eU'iVts are
due more to air concussion than to the
wounding etfects of the flying frag-
ments. In other words, in the case of
a lyddite shell bursting in a group of
men, the greater number will be killed
not by pieces of the shell, but by the
blow of the suddenly compressed air.

One of Lamb's Pranks.
A pretentious poet got his verses sub-
mitted to-Charles Lamb by a friend'
just before the poet was to meet Lamb
at dinner. Lamb found the verses to
be feeble echoes of other poets, and
when the author arrived he was seen
to be as empty as his verses. This
awakened Lamb's spirit of mischie-
vous waggery. At dinner he said In the
course of conversation:
"That reminds me of some verses I
wrote when I was young," and then he
quoted a line or two Which he recol-
lected from the poet's book, to the lat-
ter's amazement and indignation. Lamb
was diverted immensely, but kept per-
fectly serious and quoted more lines in
connection with another remark, beg-
ging the company to remember how
young he was when he composed them.
The author again looked daggers at

Lamb capped all by Introducing the
first lines of "Paradise Lost" t"Of
man's first disobedience," etc.) as alsc


V{)L, IX,

~*~;~I~LY- t- -L~q~ I Is~~P~

Waskiinigioln CoUnlt~y

I U)OTT.-tin rf'lCFJIW '.HU *Wl -li .




Babies and children need x
proper food, rarely ever medi-
cine. If they do not thrive
on their food something is
wrong. They need a tittle
-help to get their digestive
machinery working properly. *


= will generally correct this =
difficulty. .
= If you will put from one-,
fourth to half a teaspoonful
in baby's bottle three or four
times a day you will soon see
a marked improvement. For
larger children, from half to
x a teaspoonful, according to
, age, dissolved in their milk,
if you so desire, will very
soon show its great nourish-
ing power.- If the mother's z
Silk does not nourish the .
baby, she needs the emul-
sion. It will show an effect
Sat once. both upon mother
acc. and i.co, atl druggits.L
SSCOTT & BOWNE, ChemLit., New V;-,k
-S ,-t II *~- -- '",'- "<1 *'"N


, ,. (' [I F. BRCKN I, OAE .T ~ Wj: L. BRACK

NoTs.-It must be remembered that the
wind is not a wholly reliable motive pow-
er and if the sailors sometimes find it im-
possible to make schedule time it must be
lehargeditothe elements; they do the best
tley ean.

The schooner Nettie arrived from
Pensaoola early Monday morning.


Leaves S4. Andrews Bay every Tuesday,
Mea-es Pensacola every Friday,
(weather permitting). Special atten-
tion will bie giren to receiving and
forwarding fiveght for narties living on
Eatiand Njrilih Bay, passengers for
poiinl on either arm of the Bay can
depend upon Se-uiltig prullipt tranis-
pertation at reaisonalile rates. Pyr
t..-,.Jlurther in ornaItiou ai pprl to e
&L, A. WARE, AgYr
Carries the East Bay Mail between St.
Andrews Bay, Wetappo and intermedi-
ate points. Leaves St. Andrews daily
(except Sunday) at 6:00 a. mn.; arrive, at
Wetappo at 12-:30 p. in.; leave Wetappo
at I 00p. aM.; arrives at St. Andrews at
7:30 p. m. Makes landings regularly at
Harrison, Cromanton, Parker, Pitts-
burg, and Paftm-alte. Freight landed at
any postoflice wharf. For passenger and
freight rates, see rate card in the sev-
eral postoffilces.
OVri MA. WIatarit.L, Contractor.

To the Deaf.--A rich lady, cured
'of her Deafness and Noises in the Head
by Dr. Iieholson"s Artificial Ear Drums,
'gave $10,000 to his Institute, so that
"deaf people notable to procure th'e Ear
Drums may have them free. Address No.
1221 The Institute, 780 Eighth avenue,
lfew York.

A Week's WVeatler.
The following table gives the maxi-
mum, minimum and mean tempera-
tures, the rainfall and direction of the
wind, for the twenty-four hours ending
!at 7 o'clock p. in., as indicated by U. S.
government self-registering thermom-
eters. Max:Min. Mean. R'n W'd
'March 7 72 61 66 .00 se
8 66 60 63 1.40 e
o 03 50 56 .00 ne
10 70 40 55 .00 w
11 71 47 59 .00 w
12 75 53 69 .00 sw
13 75 53 69 .00 w
Forweek ..-70 1 e52 61 1.40 1

Parker LodgerNo. 142
A C5t. Sci oA.- 1VM.
S Regular 4.',,rtnnoni-
--'i tlst l't OU the lil.t
ani tliird b!atultday
inl each nionth.
S\isitli g Brothers
W. A. EMmoxs, Secretarv

Lewis Dennis, Salem, Irid., svys, "Kod-
dl Dyspepsia Cure did mo mere good
than anything I ever took." It digests,
,what you eat and cannot help but cure
'dyspepsia and stomach troubles. R. F.
Brackin & Son.
SOne Hle Didn't Get.
SThe following story of Ben Butler
waq told by a man who said he was
present on the occasion:
"Shiortly after the war General But-
ler-delivered a lecture at Pike's Opera
Ijlouse in Ciunctinnati. The general was
well on to the climax of his speech
when slowly from the tiles overhead
descended a large wooden spoon on the
a idof a string. Down and down it
came until It reached a point two or
three Inches above the speaker's head,
and then It stopped.
"The audience, of course, was con-
Tulsed with mirth, but owing to his
-well known visual infirmity the gen-
,eral was the last to discover the spoon,
:and Indeed would probably not have
:noticed it at all except that in making
-a euaphatic gesture to Italicize a point
!his band struck the suspended spoon.
lookingg up. he recognized the ene-
* any 'and took in the situation at a
iglauce. Without any sign of embar-
,rassment or confusion he detached it
,from the string and with the remark,
'llello. there's one 1 didn't get,' laid It
.down on the stage and triumphantly
ifinaished his address."

Army Flosrina.
Soon after General Gatacre was ap-
1polnted an ensign in the Seventy-sev-
enth foot he turned out with the com-
pany to which he was attached to wit-
ness the flogging of a soldier. The
man, who had been convicted of a seri-
ous offense and was later to be drum-
med out of the corps, took his punish-
ment badly, screaming a great deal.
-Ensign Gatacre shut his eyes and turn-
Swhite- in the face, as though he
would faint. When the punishment
-waa over, be remarked to his color ser-
;geant, "If I see much more of this, I'll
sell out."
The noncomm" responded, "You'll get
used to it in time, sir."
"Used to it? I'm sure I never shall!"
responded ithei ensign. Flogging in the
army was swuon abolished, however,
and the future uflaiil remained in the

A AWte and Death Fight.

Mr. W. A. Hines of Manchester, Ia.,
. .writW o! his aimust miraculons es-
from death, says: "Exposure after
'wmSaes induced serious lung trouble,
whidh ended in consumption. .I had
nfreq*ent hemorrhag.-s and coughed
nitgh and day. All my doctors said I
*must soon die. Then I began to use
A)r. King'r New Discovery for Consump-
iton, which completely cured me, I
would not be without it, even if it cost
*5 00 a bottle. Hundreds have used it
eon my recomme sdatio', and ali say it
.never fails to care throat, dhest and
lung troubles." Re.gOlar size 56c and
$1.00. Trial bottles free at all drug
jaroe. '


-Look at Mauger's Advertisement.
-For Furniture, Springs, Mattress-
es, etc., go to T. C. Danford's.
-The L. B. Q will cure a cold in one
day For sale at the Pioneer Drug
D-A marriage license was issued yes-
terday to Mr. Holt and Miss C. E. Spi-
vaof Bayhead.
-The Kalamazoo Celery Nerve and
Blood Tonic is the best. A guarantee
certificate goes with every bottle. For
sale at the Pioneer Drug Store, St. An-
drews Bay.
-Parker lodge No. 142 F. &A. M. will
meet in regular communication next
Saturday at 1 o'clock p. m. Visiting
Masons in good standing are invited to
pai ticipate.
-Our correspondents will please near
in mind that their favors must be mailed
early enough to reach us not later than
Monday evening; otherwise they cannot
apnear in the current issue.
-Bring your ordinary schoolink bot-
tle to the Buoy office and for 5c get it
filled with Arnold's celebrated Chem-
ical Weiting Fluid-the very best ink
made. Must have your own cork.
-Just rccei''cd the finest sto.:k of
p .rfLr,,:-N. ant.eq..',retnuinernap)le su-
gar, figs, dates, prunes, English car-
rants, apple butter, quince butter mince
meat in bulk at the Pioneer Drug Store.
-Handsome letter heads, with St.
Andrews Bay date line and views of
either St.Andrews Bluff, orBuena Vista
Point, at 8c. per dozen; also map of the
St. Andrews Bay country on back of a
letter sheet at 12c. per dozen, at the
BUOY office
-The spring fishing season is at
hand; the owners of seines and boats
are busy putting them in repair and
crews are every day embarking for the
fields where they expmot to increase
their wealth by the capture of the un-
suspecting dwellers of the sear.
-It you are thinking of buying prop-
erty in St. Andrews or immediate vi-
cinity, you cannot afford to purchase
until you have conferred with the pro-
prietor of the BUOY. If you are short of
money and want to buy on longtime for
actual settlement you can be accommo-
-Mrs. Dell Spiva being very weak
from the effects of her recent confine-
- ment, contracted a severe cold during
the hard rain of last Thursday and has
been very low for several days; but Dr.
Kester, who is attending her reports
- that she has so far improved that he
considers her out of danger.
-Capt. F, H. Ware of Bayhead and
J. D. Martin, jr., of Parker have each
just purchased' a Columbia Garden
Plow in club with the Buoy. There is
no better garden implement made than
these plows, and he who expects to
have a good garden stands in his own
light if he doesn't own one of them.
-Never were the fruit prospects or
St. Andrews Bay better than at th(
present time, The -r lnr-, pear an*c
plum trees are a mass of beautiful
bloom, and if we are not visited by an
antimely 'frost, an abundant yield of
these luxuries as well as of berries, figi
and grapes may be confidently looked
-L. T. Travis, agent Southern R. R
Selina, Ga., writes, "I cannot say toc
much in praise of One Minute Cough
d Cure. In my case it worked like
Charmm" The only harmless remedy
that gives immediate results. Cure;
coughs, colds, croup, bronchitis, and
all throat and lung troubles R. F
Brackin & Son.
-The Buoy has a limited quantity o
California sorghum, or snugar cane seed
for sale at 5c. per ounce; 40c, ner pound
i This cane grew ten feet high and twc
9 inches through at the base on the Buoy
I Farm the past season, and is very rid
in saccharine matter. If ordered by
a mail, add Ic per ounce for postage
Also a few Nonesuch strawberry plant:
for sale at 50c. per hundred.
-Taxes for 1S99 became due Nov. 1
and all those who are depending upol
the Buoy to attend to the payment o
theirs will, of course, remember that i
they have a sufficient tax account cred
Sit to cover the amount, the pavmen
Swill certainly be attended to; but i
they have not such credit and satisfac
tory arrangement to that end have no
been made, they just as surely will no
be paid by the Buoy.
-We have saved many doctor bill
Since we began using Chamberlain'
Cough Remedy in our home, Wi
keep a bottle open all the time anm
whenever any of my family or mysel
begin to catch cold we begin to use th<
Cough Remedy, and as a result we nev
er have to send away for a doctor an
Sincur a large doctor bill, for Chamber
Slain's iCough Remedy never fails t
cure. It is certainly a medicine o
great merit and worth.-D. S. MEAR
KLE, General Merchant and Farmer
Mattie, Bedford county, Pa. For salt
by L. M. Ware, St. Andrews and

Bavhead and all medicine dealers.
-A good big Tablet for 8 cts and
good thick school tabletwith 175 leaves
for 10ots; all with handsome covers and
good, ruled paper, at the BUOY office.
-The largest watermelon ever
grown, weighing 149I pounds, was;pro
duced from W. M. Girardeau's "Tri-
umph" seed the past season. The Buoy
has a few packages of the seed of these
wonderful melons, and will give, whilp
they last, as a premium to every sub
scriber of thL. Buoy, %hoasks for them
and pays $1 for a year's subscription
(either new or renewal), seeds enough
of these great melons to plant twenty.
fiye hills. Order at once and say yvo
want Triumph watermelon seeds. The
Buoy has also a few packages of Giant
SBeggar Weed seed, which will be giver
to subscribers on the same conditions.
t State whether-you wish melon or beg-
gar weed seed, for -only one of the pre-
miums will be sent with one 'year's
subscription. Take your choice and be
sure you name your wish, or neithert
will be sent.

-"Is the Young Man Sate"?
There is no more pathetic and
striking passage in ,the Bible than
this question of King David's, and
Ihis lament over a disobedient and
wayward son. "Is the young nian
safe"? The eon his soul clave to it,
spite of his transgressions, and when
the tidings came that he was slain
the king was much moved, andl he
went up to the chamber over the
gate and wept, and as he went thus
he said: "0, my son, Absalom! would
God 1 bhad died for thee; 0, AbsN-
loum, my son, my son"!
])avid's exceeding bitter' cry is
echoed by thousands of fathers and
mothers throughout the land. Are
the youtng men-are our boys safe?
(safe trom the terrible fascination of
the gambling table, the awful curse
of strong drink, immorality, the
reading of. infidel literature? Are
they? The Holy Bible contains
many touching allusions to young
men. It says: "llisi, speak to that
young ,n,,' heo the inean-
ing? Speak to our sons, our brith-
ers, the young men ttilt whom we
come in contact! gently, kindly tact-
fully! The reply to the above query
was: "While I was running hither
and thither the young man was
gone." Is it so with us-absorbed
in the duties, -ares antd pleasures?
SNeglect the opportunities until they
are swallowed up in the vortex of
How pathetic and yet how true to
life is Hall Carne's description of the
. the old bishop's grief after sentencing
- his only son to exile, when Le-pros-
trates himself in anguin'.h of spirit
ad lifts up his hands to God, pray-
Sng that it may not be said of limit
. in heaven: "Write ye this manl
S Oil, sail, terrible fate, to miss a
loved one through all eternity.
Mothers and fathers, are your sons
- safe?
s Young man, are you safe?
There is only one sure refuge-one
immttovable rock; fly to that; cling to
that and you will be safe.
o St. Andrews Bay, March 12, 1909.,

He Fooled the Surgeons. -
All doctors told Renick Hamilton, of
West Jefferson, 0., after suffering 1i
months from rectal fistula, he would dit
unless a costly operation was perform
ed, but he cured himself with firv box-
o-f ofr Bu'klen'nBA-ri.ia s-ilve--v nf
I "st pile cure on-earth, and the bu-.s
.aal e in the world. 2:.) cents a box
f Sold by all druggists.
s A Diaster of Silence.
d Among the few who litre a perfect
:enius for silence is a certain well
tnown artist whose rrticenCe is the
o nliit-lulnut and wonder of all whoc
-iow hitm.t
A friend who had dropped Into his
a -tudilo one day was vainly endeavorlng
Y o drnw Mr. UI. Into conversntion. when
As he artist's brother appeared In the
d loorway.
"IHello. Tom!" said the brother.
I"lh, .John !" returned Tom, looking
f. ip frop.i his easel with a smile.
.Jolihn wond(ierd about the room for 1U
minutes. turned over his brother's lat.
. 'st work and then. going toward the
o Joor. stopped long enough to say,
y *Well. goodby. Tom."
h "Goodby, John," was the hearty re.
y lolnder.
Tom painted on for some minutes,
ind then in an unwonted burst of confl
dence he said warmly to his amused
"I tell you, I was glad to see John!
n Haven't seen him before for a month!"
f -London Answers.
G. H. Appleton, justice of the peace
t Clarksburg, N. J., says, "DeWitt's Littl
Early Risers are the best pills made fo
f constipation. We use no others.'
- Quickly cures all liver and bowel troub
t les. R.F. Brackin & Soxn.
Clear and to the Point.
The following Is taken from a hote
s advertisement in thie Calcutta Times
s "Gentlemen who come in hotel not sa
e anything about their meals they will
d be charged for, and If they should saj
f beforehand that they are going out tc
e breakfast or dinner, etc., and if they
- say that they not have anything to eai
d they will be charged, and if not so the3
will not be charged, or unless the3
Spring It to the notice of the manager ol
o the place, and should they want to say
f 'anything they must order the manages
- for one, not any one else, and unlesE
, they bring not it to the notice of the
e manager they will be charged for th(
least things according to the hotel rate,
and no fuss will be allowed afterward

about It."
s A Poultry Problem.
A Somerville man borrowed a neigh-
bot's hen on the pretense that he want-
ed her to sit. As soon as he got the
r ben he broke up the sitting habit and
- got her to laying eggs. In the next
- six weeks she laid two dozen eggs.
Y These he sold for 40 cents a dozen, and
a with the 80 cents that he got for them
he bought the hen. Now the question
arises whether the original owner of
- the hen was fooled or not.-Somerville
3 Journal. -
' A Misleading Item.
Johnny-Old Mr. Skinflint must be
" an awful generous man.
i His Father-Why?
s Johnny-The paper says he constant-
t ly keeps a good watch on everybody In
i his employ.--Jewelers' 'Weekly.

To Cure LaGrippe in Two Days
Take -Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets
s All druggists refund the money if i:
fails to cure. E. . W. GROVE'S signatu
r onoevarybox. -5o

"The most cut
said a traveling
and it was inma-.l
mechanic fi-r a
fidence man rin
erated in lD:-unI
Frisco. The -a

irk Safe.
ous safe I ever saw,"
nan, "was a cork one,
t.y an ingenious Dutch
,ne time famous con-
-.I Dr. Baggs, who op-
-, Salt Lake City and
* n-as a folding affair,

made of a'ri-r-i a backing of sheet
cork, and, whe it was opened up, was
six feet high ad looked exactly like
the real thing. S it was always placed
in a corner, It haid only two sides,
but every visll. .J-tail was complete-
combination rnob, hinges, lettering,
bolt heads aid all. When folded, it
could be car efd in an ordinary dress
suit case. I ggs used the thing in a
fake lottery ifce which was of Itself a
marvel of trek furnishing.
"When thevictim entered the place.
it looked lilk an ordinary business es-
tablishment, tvith desks, railings, map,
on the wall safe in the corner and
several clerI4 at work on books. The
instant be aft a roll top desk was
opened up hto a bed, the railing was
folded together and slipped into a clos-
et, a table was transformed into a
waehMli.and.| cabinet, turned into a bu-
reau, the s4 was put away in Its case,
the curtainm'ere pulled down, and the
room wasw t all appearances a simple
sleeping a rtment. By that means
the poor djpe was never able to find
the plae.or Idbeen bunkoed."
. -New Orl(ean 'fT3 en-mocraL

Mentioned am Usual.
Clara-Did the newspapers notice
your papa at the banquet?
Clara-Well mamma sold she could
not see his aimenlo the lIst.
i Fredlie-No. but the list ends up
with "and others." That means papa.
They always mention him that way.-

The Time Comes
to every elderly woman when an im-
portant functional change takes place.
This is called"'The Change of Life."'
Theentiresystemundergoes a change.
Dreadful diseases such as cancer and
consumption are often contracted at
this time.

Winef of ardlui

strengthens and purifies the entire
system, and brings the sufferer safely
over "lbe-e piiftas. Its effects have
been ,-.ndet'tl. It is good for all

CarJui. .r.co a bottle.
For ad viceia cases requiring special
directions, addIre s the Ladies' A.J-
visory apartmentt," The Chatta-
nooga edcine Co., Chattanooga,
THOMAS COOPER, Tupelo. Mlis.,
sa1 :-"My SLaetr suCer,.d from irregul..r aud
painful menstrmticn and t Cuiors could not
reiled1 her. Winre of Cardul entirely cured
her and also helped my moLbher through the
Change of Lifek"

The 4rumlbllng Start.
A noted dVine has declared that a
husband's prumbling and scolding
were often qoly his way of beginning
a conversatid. and lie maintained that
If a iman wP(P sulIy the worse he was
the miiore? clierfl'ifl his wife should be.
Cu-rtainly I al'nril ,ndl wife should
b-ear :tnil fori-nrr. he say. nnd the soft
ani-wer rurnaelh nuty %iraih more ef-
f- l-'. -.ly .i- y.,li- 'I.-nme.-tiac hearth than
flet-whre. 1%'Phn luiii.-ss I. often wor-
ryi Lu, arlhl Ihe iliIal. nil Loing home
ned'-s :i1.1l t e-.',l.I ,l-er\es to find
tj'-re n l .i .ii 1,1, :;1iisnl im c a ing i tflu-
erj'-'<. mi ll I. it it o l.I be mutual
'lihh,-.s. AJ nUil- it in 111. must take
li.e tiii in i ., t iii- irrilabhlity or low
',ir %. .lii i i ri il'i's s and kindl,
II .l t..a i.-rni.u \As t)o the theory
aI Il v.t-'ii'-:l :i, I I li course is for
vI' V, ;t.'- d, i ** i: i i. nuical man al-

e 1.'- -it. -' |e i-..is I..i I !l l that is Il-.
S i,-r g l....I \l *.. i r ir i .. ,l induess ulti-
. ';l, l> ,\ lU The l l-L Ill t l] -l' .
It is very ha.i t, stand idly by and see
our dear ones sutlVr while awaiting the
doctor. Anj!All..u,(y ,N. Y.) dairyman
called it a d ztg t ire there for a doctor
to corrne and 'e hii child, th.n very sick
with croup.. N1ut.lirldiig the doctor in,be
leI( word i.:., limi to Ccome at once on his
return. He 'hlo I.-jugilt a bottle of
Chnamiberl..a, .h RHmedy, which he
hoped oil.o ive Bsome relief until the
doctor sheuld arrive. Ih a few hours he
returned. ta isg the doctor need not
come, as the c ild was much better. The
druggist, Mr. jttg Scholz, says the fami-
ily has since r.tinimeided Chamberlain's
Cough Renimel to thl-ir neighbors and
friends until hI 'has a constant demand
for it from th.alparti c'' the country. For
sale *by L. M.Wiare. St. Andrews and
Bayhead and li nmedicine dealers.

Teonat WanltBl
At the BUWY FARM adjoining
Pittsburg, on Eabt Bay. An honest,
industious nan with small family
will be given a gond lay-single man
preferred, (Cll or adires the Buoy.
St. Andrews,'at once.

Reliable rnan for Manager of
'Branch Office-I wish to open in thiA
vicinity., Gil opening for an ener.
getic sober nan. Kindly mention
this.paper whi L wvrifinig.
tA. T.e 3Iljrl, Cincinuati, 0.
IIllu-t-.rated Ctalopge 4 cts.postage,

Pay Day In China.
New Year's is the national pay day
In China. All accounts must be squar-
ed up at that time, and the man who
can't raise money enough to pay his
debts has to go into bankruptcy. The
laws are such that the creditor can en-
ter the debtor's house and take what
he pleases If there Is no settlement.
To prevent such action families club
together and make itll sorts of coin-
promises to keep the business repu-
tation of the clan. New Year's Is a
great day for the pawnbrokers. Their
shops are crowded with people who
want to redeem their best clothes be-
fore the new y-ar. There are crowds
also who want to pawn other things
in order to get money to pay their
.ebts. Pawnbrokers receive high rates
of interest, in which they are protect-
ed by the government.
The ('hinese paint the whole country
red on New Year's (lday in more senses
than one. Jted is the color which with
them denotes good luck and prosperi-
ty, nnd all the New Year's cards and
invitations are on paper of that color.
Every child gets its New Year's pres-
ent wrapped in red paper, and red in-
scriptions are pasted over the doors of
the houses.-London Mall.
Subtleties of Phrase.
"Do you think your new production
is in for a long run?" asked the friend.
'- t is impossible to state at this ear-
ly day," answered Mr. Stormington
Barnes. "The members of our com-
pany are still In doubt as to whether
they are In for a long run or a long
walk."-Washington Star.

The AppetIte of a Goat.
Is envied by all poor dyspeplics whose
stomach and liver are out of order. All
such should know that Dr. King's New
Life Pills, the wonderful stomach and
liver reuedy gives a splendid appetite
sound digestion and a regular bodily
habit that insures perfect health and
great energy. Only 25 cents at any
drug store.
Say Nice Thins..
We do not like to be told of our
We do not want to hear references
to occasions when we appeared at a
disadvantage. Yet we deplore the prev-
alence of flattery. We make all man-
ner of fun of our friends who display a
weakness for that social pest. And yet
there are few of us who, if the flattery
be not too freely administered, as
"with a shovel," do not Imbibe it greed-
ily and pine for more.
Every one remembers the anecdote
of Dr. Holmes when he was enthusi-
astically applauded and to a somewhat
exaggerated length.
"Don't you get awfully tired of this
sort of thing, Dr. Holmes?"
"Not at all," said the dear old man,
frankly. "They never clap quite hard
or long enough to please me. I pre-
sume that I could stand it for hours."
-Montreal Herald.
"What is this title 'professor' that I
hear so often?" asked the distinguished
"Well," answered Miss Cayenne, "It's
getting rather hard to tell. Usually it
means a man who knows more than
..aY (eliaele.and' s,:-trerl[ies It means
a man -wlIo 0 tiply -won't worl."-
Cleveland Plain Dealer.

The Korean woman Is so little es-
teemed that she has not even a name.
She is simply "the daughter" or "the
sister" of So-and-so.


women more than anything else is
leucorrhcea. This aggravating dis-
ease is permanently cured by....
.F. P.

I will work up good tradeon your G.F.P.
as It cured a case here of Lecorrhoea where
all other medical aid had failed.
Mildred, N. C. C. M. COBB.
Try G. F. P. at once. It will make you
strong, vivacious, regular and cure you of any
form of female weakness.
Write to our LADIES HEALTH CLUB in charge
of ladies exclusively. Explain all about your case
and they will advise you fully on how to regain
your health. Address, "LADIES HEALTH CLUB,"
1If your druggist does not handle 0. F. P. ask
him to send for it, otherwise send us your order
and $1.00 and we will supply you direct. I
L. GERSTLE & CO., Chattanooga, Tenn. a

HIs Time to Fight.
"'When General Grant was "presi-
dent." said a Washuington man, "a cer-
tain friend of his came out of the west
to see him. One day. just after leaving
the White House. this friend fell in
with it fellow westerner in the White
House grounds, and a heated encounter
took place, which suddenly terminated
by the general's friend knocking the
other man down and out.
"The matter was hushed up, but the
general, naturally indignant, called his
friend to account, saying: 'John, you've
treated me and the office I hold with
much discourtesy. Why did you do
such a thing?'
'Well. It was this way. general,' re-
plied the now thoroughly penitent one.
'You know there was bad blood be-
tween us, and he had set all sorts of
stories going about me. Just after
leaving you I ran into him, and he at
once accused me of doing a certain
thing. As it was a lie I only laughed
.it him. Then he accused me of some-
thiing else, and that being also a lie I
i'entd alihlit ii liga Ibut his third accu-
,;tio was true. and, by gad, sir. I
-ouitn't stand that. so I knocked himn
lowu.' "--New York Tribune.

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.".
TheseaTablets are for sale by L. M. Ware,
St. Andiews and Bayhead and all medi-
cine dealers. Price R5 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 from 5c per box of 3 cakes to 40c. per cake.
You Will Find Us Headquarters forqTOILET SOAPS.
And a New Lot of Writing Tablets--Most Anything You
Want, from 4c. to lOc. per Tablet.
We are selling Meal at 62c0 per bu.
Corn at 61c per bu.
Chops at 60c ppr b.
Fine Grade of Salmon at 12c per Can.
Best grade of Linseed Oil at 60c per ga;loin.
RED RIVER CHILL TONIC at 50c per bottle.
CHAMPION CILLL CURE, a: 25c per bottle.
Our "HOffman H me" Cigar! is the Beau Ideal ofa short smoke.

coi I 'e.i9ooigsaCcaseas ee

I UIo DPcROFT .d i 1at",_ Col,.

What to PLant a owto row and Mar.

FOR r OI V .-Money Making Pruits of the 5ha t...
Pe.che-, Peals, Plams Persimmonsmens
SHigh-Grade Trees, Nut Treu.,;rap,,-g. Frg. Ssatuma and other
Or'anrvip._O U .'iiras Trioiliata Slock, Orn-
Low Prices, imnu Tire,-, Ro,-es and eneryh,g for the
grise., rhArd or garden. Addreai
S ...CATALOOGE FREE... The 6riffinl Bros. Co., |
SNurseriesand Test Grounds at---.. POMONA NURSERIES,
Maecienny, fia. Jacksonville, Flai
0ffiffiffi4M..... . . .


Corner of Bayview and Wyomine: Avenues on Bay Front.
Glassware. Tinware and Notions!
What you can't find at any other Store, cone to the R A C K E T
S T O R E and get.

Bread, Pies and Cakes, Specialties.
1. GODARD, 'roprieter.


PESACOLA, Fla. Opposite Waiting oorn of Union Depot,
Is the Piace for Passengers Coing to and from


Rooms Comfortable! Terms Reasonable!

Guialf Steajoajship


Captain, -- JAs. E.CLARK,

255 Tons Burden. Passenger Capacity 50


Mobile to SAndrews Bay and 5 00 t Andrews Bay to Apalachicola.. 2,6
Mobile to Cromantoni..... 5
Apalauhicola.......... 7 00 Carrabelle..... 3 0
Carrabelle.......... 8 00 ,Apalachicola to Carrabelle....... 7S

5th, 15thand 25th at7 p.m......... ile.........12th, 22d and 2d a.m.
7th, 17th and 27th p.m... jStAndre ay.... .Iltb, 21 stand 1st a.mr .
8th, 18th and 28th a.m..........Apalachicola........11th, 21st and 1st p. n m
9th, 19th and 29th a.m...........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 partice
Address, CAPT. jAS. CLARK, Mlobile, Alabana;

Shake Into Your Shoes
Allen's Foot Ease, a powder. It cures
painful, smarting, nervous feet and in-
.growing nails and instantly takes the
sting out of corns and bunions. It's the
greatest comfort discovery of the age.
Allen's Foot Ease makes tight or new
shoes feel easy. It is a certain cure for
sweating, callous and hot, tired, aching
feet. Try it TO-DAY. Sold by all drug-
gists and shoe stores By mail for 25c
in stamps. Trial package FREE. Ad-
dress [Allen S Olmstead, LeRoy, N. Y.
The British soiit'rs ilre.ss was nou
always red. It was whit- ill tIle reigu
if l'e:nrv VI1 ant-1l ,rk grIicii -in th,
.dme.flf.uehilse.l> .

To PATENT Ued 8 em
may be secured by
oar aid. Addreea
aBaltimore. Md.
Subscription to The Patent Record 1.00 per annum.
Her Weakness.
He-This shoe doesn't fit. Try a big-
ger one.
She (sevrerely)-No, sir: bring me the
,aIe alze.p little .larger.--Deaver tuu.
... . . 7 . .






Thursday, Mar. 15, 1900.

A.i:ar, r lb Tea, lb
Granulated .!... 6 He No....... 55
Coffee,A. ... 5Y2 Gunpowder.. 40
Lt brown ..... 5 Uncol'd Jap.40-60
,flee, Cond milt, '? cal
Green.... 12@20 Unsweetu'a.10
Arluckle,% c12-15 Sweetened..... 8
linger snaps 316 25 Baking powder
olhac,.,, puh'2 2.>60 OCampbell. .... 10
{ Litiu I'Canned fruit
l.o l,,d'i In ...-1P5 'eaches..... Oi'20
Valeucia....... 8 Tomatoes..... Sal12
ltite ....... 61 Apples........ 10
apples Pears ......... 15
Elapl.r r:te,.1 . 12 Plums........ 10
Dried lPea(les 8 Apricot......10-20
3ual Oil prgal....15 Strawberries... 20
gasoline .....20 Pineapple .10-20
F lorida Syt up... 40 Canned Meats
,,, .. ... I toast Beef ..... 15

Slill>g, er ....... ,, .., , ,. ,. .
Iheese pr yit.... .1 Chirpprd IBeef'lt-.'.,
B atter.. .. 2.'-30) Lobster....... 20
ts rd:.... .... 8-10 Salmon..... .. 15
Beans. .........4 Canned Vegetal4es
CocoaUnut pkg. 10 Baked Beans.. 10
Fiuit Pnudine 10 Corn ... .. 10@15
lJelly, glijts1 lI. a'- Peas ........... 10
.ime Juii e ..... 5 Pumpkin ...... 12
Eggs per doz... 15
Flour Pork
Am'nSwan %..2.'25 D.S. pr lb.... .74
Majestic .... 2.75 Bacon Sides .... 8
Corn Meal prbu60-?0 Fresh ....... 8s0l
Oat Meal pr lb... 5 Br'kf'st Biacon. II
Cort perl bu.. ..55-60 Ham canvaisedl2i
Potatoes 1 Shoulders..... 10
Irish....... 1 20 Beef
garlv i'se seed 1.20 Corned......... 8
Sweet ..... 75@80 Fresh ........-81l0
Salt, pr sack... 85 Dried......... 25
Talre ........ 5 Milk pr qt....... 10
Nails. per lb3/a4i Ax.,withi handle. 75
Galv.wire do.ai6i Hoes, each....35a50O
Mbanilla rope.. .9al2oppcr paint, can 45
Itoves cook,..$8a25 Linseed oil, gail55@60
Pipe, per joint 15
Prints, per yd.. 5a8 Checks .......5a5y%
iqeelinags .... 5a9 Flannel. ...... 15a40
Muslin ...... Small Thread per spool. 5
Jeans. ....... 15a45 Shoes, ladies. $1a2 75
Extra pants pat 225 Men's. .. $1 40a300
Hay pr cwt..75a1.t5 Oats pr bu....... 55
era........... 1.25 Brick pr M.....13.00
Rope Sisal ..... 7@9 Lime pr hbil...... 75.
Oranges pr doz.. Pecans pr 11b..... 15
S Apples........ 12 Walnuts. ....... 20
Lemous......... 25 Almonds........ 15
it, shell prl,000 1.50 Opened pr qt .. 15e
Horsea... $30al00 Cows....... $15a$25
'Mules.... $50a$100 Hogs....... $3 to $4
%xen.. pr yoke $30 Sheep............ s'
O'hickenseaeh 15a25 Geese eich. 45a50
A.'arkeys.... 75al.00 Ducks....... Il5a20
Fresh I
; M ullet pi .., . Mil.II' I" 1 )ill 4.50
X Trout ......... 5 l. r ,t 4 ..'.4
Pon pato pr lh. 6 1'onipan.o .. 10.0(0
tiiuge0,. ..... 10 Mackeral .... 8.0ff

Florini, ,
Hadsit, p. 11.$14.00
Face ... 12.00
Sap .. 10,00
Drop siding,
Heart face min 14.00
Sani 10.00
Buif lu htiler.. 8@@12
Beart shingles, 2.50
Sap 1.50

Heart, m...$ 14.00
Face 12.00
Sap ... 10.00
12x6i.. m ..$12.00
Finishing lum-
her,d. $12@15.00
Lath, mI .... 2.00(
Boat lumher,
dressed ....$20

Deafness Cannot be Cured
by local applications, as they cannot
reach the diseased portions of the ear
There is only one way to cure deafness
arid that is by constitutional remedies.
Deafness is caused by an inflamed condi-
tion of the mucous lining of the Eustach-
ean tlh1e. When this tu'te gets inflamed
you have 4 rumbling sound or imperfect
hearing, and when it is entirely closed
deafness is the result, and unless-the in-
flammintion can be taken out and to is tube
restored to its normal condition, hearing
will be destroyed forever; nine cases out
often are caused by catarrh, which is
nothing but an inflamed condition of the
mucous surfaces.
We will give One Himadred Dollars for
%ny case of deafness (caused by catarrh,
Ahit cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh
Cire. Send for circulars free.
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, 0.
Sold by Druggists, 75c.
Hall's Pamily Pills ate the best.

The Jigger In Uganda.
beeral sepoys were suffering from
that African pest, the "jigger," whose
selentiflc name of Pules penetrans de-
scribes him and. his habits concisely
and well. He is an exact reproduction
in miniature of the common flea (Pulex
Irritans), but instead of merely inflict-
ing a comparatively innocuous bite he
'burrows under the skin, close to the
toe nalls for preference, and then pro-
ceeds to propagate the species.
Unless he is very carefully removed
he sores cause the most intense irri-
tation and may lay a man up complete-
ly. The usual method of removing him
Is to widen the hole in which he has
entered and then extract him, intact if
possible, with a needle, care being tak.
en that no eggs or young are left be-
hind. The place should then be dressed
to prevent festering. It Is not advisa
ble to march much after removing jig
gers, but unfortunately it Is frequeunly
I may mention that Lieutenant Colo-
nel Macdonald once told me that dur-
lug his first visit to Uganda some ua-
.tlves caught a leopard in one of the
banana plantations whose feet were so
Atho'oughly diseased from jiggers that
he .was quite unable to -move or to de-
fend himself.-Blackwood.
Hea4acte often results from a disor-
dered condition of the stomach and con-
smitoation of the bowels. A dose or two
of Cna'm1etlan.'s Stomach and Liver
Tablilet will roorrecL these disorders and
care the headache. Sold by L. M. Ware,
St.'Andrews aiud Barhead .iindall medicine
A. eira.

Glorious News
Comes from Dr. D. B. Cargile of Wash-
ita.,L. T. He writes: "Four bottles of
Electric Bitters has cured Mrs. Brewer
of scrofula, which had caused her great
suffering for years. Terrible sores
would break out on her head and face,
and the best doctors could give no help;
i but her cure is complete and her health
is excellent." This shows what thous-
ands have proved: That Electric Bit-
ters is the best 'blood purifier known.
It's the supreme remedy for eczema,
tetter, salt rheum, ulcers, boils and
running sores It stimulates, liver,
kidneys and bowels expels poisons,
helps digestion, buids up the strength.
Sold by all druggists. Guan ateed.

Correspondence of the Buoy.
Mrs. S. L. Se'den and daughter ar-
rived a few weeks ago and are at
home in their cottage.
Mrs. A. 3, Bultih Who has been
spetdiig tlie winter at Harrisou left
for her holime oiln East Bay, tuesday,
accompanied by Miss Young, who
has jn.,t returned from teaching two
terms of school.
G,.1. Thompson made a business
trip to Millville last Saturday.
.R. L. SuldIet and son. Ernest are
enjoying the fishing thiN fine weather,
slapt. atid Mrs. ,lenks with Mrs.
Sellen and Mr. Selden were delights-
fully entertained by Mrs. (r. M. West
one day this week.
Rev.,Mcll'vain spoilt two days here
last week, guest at the Harrison
Mrs. We;t, with Jessie; also Col.
andti Lieut. Doty were callers at Mrs.
6~lden's on Munday.
bexveral of our people attended the
Presbyteiian church in St. Andrews
last Sunday.
Rev. Louidermilk was detained in
Harrison last Thursday on account
of the 6tornti
J. G. Johnison is spending a few
weeks with his mother and friends
in Columbia, Ala. VICTORIA.

Red Tape Illustrated.
A correspondent, passing hurriedly
into the room of the committee on riv-
ers and harbors pulled the knob off the
"How can I get that fixed, do you
think?" asked the congressman. "Shall
I get the carpenter or the locksmith?"
"The locksmith, I suppose."
"No, sir. Were I to send for the lock-
smith he would tell me to consult the
architect of the capitol. He has no
authority to fix doorknobs. Doorknobs
are permanent fixtures and are solely
within the jurisdiction of the architect
of the capitol."
"Do you see that bookcase there?"
said the committee secretary. "I caus-
ed the carpenter to paste some cloth
on the inside of the grass doors in order
that the books might net show. IHe
did the work. but when he had finished
I noted that he had not cleaned the
glass before he put the -cloth on. The
thing looked so disreputable that I
asked him why he had not cleaned the
glass. He told me that the glass was a
permanent fixture and that le had no
authority to touch it. but that the plac-
Ing of the cloth upon it was a tempo-
rary matter and was entirely within
the province of his labors. The whole
thing's got to be done all over again."
Washington Cor. Cleveland Plain
She Didn't Buy It.
The following story will show the
high price that Illustrators of reputa-
tion command for their work: A young
woman who had. received treatment
from Dr. S. Weir Mitchell of Philadel-
phia and was very fond of him decided,
at a recent celebration of his birthday,
that a fitting and appropriate gift
would be the presentation of one of the
original drawings of Mr. HIoward Pyle
for "'Hugh \Vynue." Forthwith she in-
vaded The Century company's sanc-
tuni aund. with her fingers tenderly
gra,-:p:ng ;a new $10 note, asked to buy
the dr;'wimig. She was informed that
thtet' pictures were never sold unless
exceptions were made in cases where
the i 'tist himself or the author wished
to u:make thle purchase.
".lust so." said the young woman.
"I wish to present it to D)r. Mitchell."
"Ah. in that case," said the gentle-
man at tihe !esk. "we shall take pleas-
ure in giving it to you at the exact
price we paid for it. which is $100."
The little lady in her excitement drop-
ped the $10 bill. The gentleman at the.
desk picked It up for her and smiled
while she burrie'dly took her depar-
ture. The good doctor was presented
with a less appropriate gift that year.--
New York Times.

Born to Lead.
."You remember young Carpley, who
used to have an ambition to be an ac-
tor, don't you?"
"Well, he's playing a leading role
"You don't say so! By George, I
never thought he had it in him!"
"He's with an 'Uncle Tom' company
and leads the bloodhounds in the street

procession."-Chicago Times-Herald.
One Grateful Descendant.
"This," said the guide, "is the grave
)f Adam!"
Historic spot! With reverential awe
-nay, with a feeling of deep thankful-
ness- the wealthy merchant tailor on
his first trip to the orient drew near
lud cast a flower on the tomb.
"Erring ancestor," he murmured, "1
should be the last man on earth to re-
vile your memory. To your sin I owe
my prosperity."-Chicago Tribune.
What Offended Her.
Milk Dealer-What did you say to
Mrs. Sharpe yesterday when you call-
ed for her money?
Driver-Nothing particular. Why?
Milk Dealer-She's sent word that
she don't want us to serve her any
more. You must have said something
to offend her.
Drivtit-No. I didn't. I simply asked
her for the money for the week's milk.
She says, "You'd better chalk it up,"
and I says, "We do that already."-
(Catholic Standard and. Times.

A Poor Hero.
"How did the hero of the story come
out?" he asked of the lad who had
just rolled up a novel and got up to
stretch himself.
"He was a chump," was the reply
in tones of disgust. "He had two
guns, a knife, a broncho, a lasso and a
bottle of pizen, and yit he let de villain
punch de breath out of him and git
away wid de heroine and a million
dollars in cash."-New York Sun.

tece Itansngx
Bobsy Meade of the coionii fi oce
was anxious to have executions in
Malta c rried out more hunianely. So he
consulted Marwood. Marwood strong-
ly advised the "long drop" and ex-
plained his own process thus: "There
was Mr. Peace, a small man. I gave
him a six foot drop, and, I hassure you,
sir, he passed hoff like a summer
heve."-"That Reminds Me," by Sir
Edward Russell.

Women as Well as Men
Are Made Miserable by
Kidney Trouble.

Kidney trouble preys upon the mind, dis-
courages and lessens ambition; beauty, vigor
,. and cheerfulness soon
Disappear when the kid-
neys are out of order
'or diseased.
Kidney trouble has
L become so prevalent
that it is not uncommon
// \ for a child to be born
afflicted with weak kid-
Sneys.If the child urin-
---. ates too often, if the
urine scalds the flesh or if, when the child
reaches an age when it should be able to
-control the passage, it is yet afflicted with
bed-wetting, depend upon it, the cause of
the difficulty is kidney trouble, andthe first
step should be towards the treatment of
these important organs. This unpleasant
trouble is due to a diseased condition of the
kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as
most people suppose.
Women as well as men are made mis-
erable with kidney and bladder trouble,
and both need the same great remedy.
The mild and the immediate effect of
Swamp-Root is soon realized. It is sold
by druggists, in fifty-
cent and one dollar
sizes. You may have a .l 1W
sample bottle by mail
free, also pamphlet tell- Home of Swamp-Root.
ing all about it, including many of the
thousands of testimonial letters received
from sufferers cured. In writing Dr. Kilmer
& Co., Binghamton, N. Y., be sure and
mention this paper.

Land office at Gainesville, 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 mace before the clerk of the cir-
cuit court at Vernon, Fla, on April
7, 1900, viz:
0I IDA L. FAY, of Farmdale, Fla.SE3
Hd 28552 for the fractional Section 21,
tr 5 s. r. 12w.
She names the following witnesses to
prove her continuous residence upon
and cultivation of said land, viz:
Mrs. Josephioe Deaderiek, Miss Rachel
M Davisot Fairmdalo. Fla., E. A. Fay.
Selden Wii tl-. rf Wt.Telpo, Fla.
\V. ;. H:-BiN.-s,:'N Itegister.
I F':lEitr,, '- fee paid.

Is the Place to Buy

Clothing and Gents':
Furnishing Goods
At Rock Bottom Prices!
At his Store may also be found Con-
stantly on Hand, a Fall Line of
General Merchandise
A Tin Shon
Run in connection with the Store, af-
fordd ample opportunity fo.i the
Repairing of All Kinds of Tinware
Here are manufactured tne
Sheet Iron Box Heating Stoves.!
Which are so deservedly popular.(
A call at B. V. Brock's Store will
convince all persons of the genuine-
ness of his goods and lowness ot his

(her own selection)to every subscriber, beautiful el-
orod lithographed plates and illutoatioeo. Original,
latest, artistic, exquisite and strictly up-to-date deigps.

Dresmaklng economies, fancy work, household hints.
Only 60o0 yearly. Lady agents wanted. Send for terms.

Far ladies, mises, girls and little children. That r-
tala tyllsh" chic" effect not attained by thea o rf a. y
other patterns Bave no equal for style and perfect fit.


asily put together. Only 10 and i1 cents each-nee
igher Sald in nearly every city and town. or by m: n.
A or them. Absolutely very latest up-to-data style.
11-146 West 14th Stroot . l ow York Cty, .

A. J. Trisket, who recently moved
with his family toCbipley-is in town
for a few days, losing after his in-
ierests here.
A. Chapman of iBaugol, Mich.,
who has been a frenuett winter vis-
itor here in times past, arrived on
Tuesday. via Chii'lm,' and Bayhead
and is boing coriWia'1( greeted iby> ol
itiniids and ac. i iiit i seei .
Mis. H. B. Bateslof Wetappo i.s
in St. Andrews for w days.
Mrs. Nancy Aan-ish tof Nixon
visited St. A.Idrews buhtinicss on

Size doesn't indicate utlity. Beinarp
of couniterfeits nd -i1 1 silveoter-
ed for Deo i'tt's W tch er, Si lve, Do-
Will 's is the oily f %-ii. ,h ;,falliie
cure for piles and all tli l- .,1 .. --R. F.
Brackin & Son.

An Army Of1ccr t, (*4i I lihe worst
One Everr Known-I Knspna.,
T he g':. .[, .r i,- :.. . li
Kansas :L .' ,. -: ; ,.il [i
was set (.ui I ;. n .* *f i" ..* L ;I, .
States go.. 1.: ' ",
Oa.t d(a. U1 -p v 1 J rtli't,' t
officers f;.-. i ,...I ,'. ';..rh;u'.
frotu a '. :i u1 [ ,il tA i ,. ,'-.u
yons of the Sa lfio. ,- 'wind was
blowing a huirrc;it.'. 11J ,\:.,'-n a1 stop
was maldet on t!e I,- I.' ,i ... e ten
miles north of II., v ,' r (ie-
liberately toueh i(-i i ir.-l i. i,, dry.
crisp grass lI'6T i. :ii.'., n spec-
tacle. When till ..Til- ." ',. .. saw
what he wns about i... J ?tlh.-y iude a
desperate effort to .- plliii. but the
deed hal been d .-. nud the red
flames were reeling at-n.ts the pralirit.
like a frightened nil ilopfe. That fire
swept from where It lihl tbuen started
clea nacro'ss Kausa. ll u1 hat Is now
Oklahoma. The t -l.'s iand roads
offered no obstacl-s i, it whatever.
While going south it h'l al-o turned to
the edst and left a tiall.f ruin across
Rice. Reno, Kiungman, harper and oth-
er counties. T:lih-:r-ns of settlers
were burned out. loiog their houses
and their feed. thLlIr uI.ises and cattle.
If the man who ,.-t ilil fire had been
known to the ,.tti-rs. all the troops on
the plains would not hte been enough
to stay their vei.reamri As it was, he
suffered remorse Iyrid i description.
When the officers at HLys would bring
him pa-pers, telling 4f the damage
done, he would groanuhnd curse him-
self roundly. He Ir-'t:Iays for some
other post In the foll.'inu year, and.
so far as we know,. LIunawe was nev-
er connected with thbT lgantic prairie
fire of 1869.-Kansas ilty Journal.

Not So Bid.
Critical Eusibnud-Tlis beef Isn't fit
to eat.
Wifi'--Well. I told tip butchep that
If It un.-n't g.,oJ I would dend you
round to) li Slh..p togClye him a thrash-
ing. and I liopr you'll take some one
with you, for lie looked pretty flee,
andi I .il'lu't liLe t 'ay he handled
bis bi-. knife.
H3 WIF9l=-UHfI Willi
Bay I've seen worse a than this.--
London Fun. ,

A. R. l DFluent. edilt of the Journal,
Doylestont., Ohio.'. sui s for a number
of years fruoni rhteu:uai m in Ii6 right
shoulder radi' ide. He )aye: "My right
arm at timns "as entire useless. I tried
Chamberlaiin' P.;rn Bi m, and was sur-
prised to rec-i.'fe r,-lief Most immediate-,
ly. The '.ain Balmn h i)ee<-n a constant
companion of mine tror ice and it never
fails." For siale iy L. . iare, St. An-
drews and Ra bhiead and 1 mn.edicine deal-
What Trealn Sae sted.
Thomas Ed.ison used't bave Nikola
Tesla working for linii in his studio
near Paris. Tesia catie to him one
day asking for work, nil Ci.llsou, who
needed help. referred tiltu to the fore-
man, named Fulton. 'fe latter took
the young forelguer o4tconClltion that
he would wo) k. Til 'Teslain 'i,. For
three days and nights 'ie neve-r closed
his eyes. At the enl on the liri t fort-
night he had not had 43hiihrj', step all
together, and F ulton, the foreman,
made him tnke a rest. lie also said to
the young man that on account of the
strain they had both "been under they
had better have a good meal.
Accordingly the foreman and the
student went to a well known cafe
on one of the Loulevards and got one
of the biggest nod hbi.-kest steaks pos-
sible. It was a whol.iper and seemed
to be overwheliuig for two. Besides,
the garnishings were liberal, and there
was enough go....I .vine Be'iwen them,
however, they iiiiasel to make ev-
.arythiug disappl at, I then Fulton,
uruning to Tesln. asted him if there
.-as anything ehle he would like.
"You're out i1, i.,!1] ,. Fe'r ko..w, -aid
t .x .*' * ct, .r1, r it." .
;' .L lo 1 .1 I ,V r n'iiil for' a
t in'tt'. a. ,i 1 .1 it- us l nd I .n and
i.,u i .'-'t'; u t .", :., -- Ifi. l',,l lou, if
!'.;i't ,i I '- I ll:, afiother
'1 ,It k." -i-' Argonaut.

HONEST persons represent us as

Managers in this and ose by counties.
Salary $900 a year and e penses. Straight,
Iona-fide, no more, 0no ss salary. Posi-
tion permanent. Our re irences, any hank
in any town. It, is main y office work con-
ducted at home. Referee ce. Enclose self-
addressed stamped en elope. THE Do-
MINION COMPANY, Dept. Chicago.

Think of Such Monsterl
We can all have the if we plant Gir-
ardeaul's Extra i aic.y Selected
"Triup111 h Seed!
From no other '',:dl w1l suurh melons
grow. Th.iianils oi l-i.s grown from
these Seed i in 1I9 i9ilig d 1110nto 135
pounds each -.,in, eg-li. 1, l'1'i., and an-
other 149 i p.'nds.

$210.00 In C sh Prizes
For the 9 largest T, cr.i" \\',termel-
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Giant Beggar 'ee (I a Specialty.
AilfSend for (C't., ..g.'u -- ing full
information to
MLok; icclle, FJa.

Do not think for a single
T mornent that consumtrtion will
4 ever strike you a sudden blow.
, It does not come that way,
I creeps its way along.
I Fir4t, you think it is a little
cold; nothing but a little hack-
ing cough ; then a little loss in
Weight; then a harder cough ;
then the fever and the L.ght
The suddenness ccmes when
you have a hemorrhage.
Better stop the disease while
it is -et creeping.
You tan do it with


You first notice that you
cough less. The pressure on
the chest is lifted. That feeling
of suffocation is removed. A
cure is hastened byplacingone of

Dr. Ayer's Cherry
Pectoral Plaster
over the Chest.

A Book Freeo
It is on the Diseases of the
Throat and La.ngs.
Writ. as FroAly.
If you have any complaint wbttever
and desire the best medical advice ou
can itosibfly receive, write the dltor
freely. You will receive aprompt reply,|
without cost. Addlress,4
DR. J. C. AYER, Lcwen, Mass.

His Mstnake as to Amertenn Girls.
A Louisville girl who was recently in
Germany met a young E ugllsh otf'.ier
who was In the same city. and. In fact.
in the same house with her for two
months, studying (German for his pro-
motion. Like most Europeans, lit' had
the usual nabsurd kIens about the girls
of this country. who. in the mindiis of
the untraveled foreigner. are rather
hoyden creatures. who snoke nil have-
other mascul!ne traits.
After dinner one day in the early ne-
quaintanceship of the couple the ofl-
cer offered the Louisville girl a ci:a-
rette, and upon her refusing it ihe said:
"Why, I thought all the girls in tihe
United States smoked."
"So we do," *replh'd ,the girl. "but
never cigarettes. only pipes. If you will
g.-t that P11'' off-the nlnntelpl<'ce in the
next room I shall be charmed to smoke
with you."
Not suspecting the joke she was plany-
Ing on him, the officer brought the pipe
and tilled it, and it was not until be
saw the wry faces his friend made in
attempting to carry out the joke that
he appreciated the situation. He was
continually telling the American in a
tone of surprise that she was just like
the girls at home in England, and her
rejoinder was:
"Lieutenant, don't you think a lady
Is a lady the world over?"-Louisville

Where Hope Lingered.
Negroes are unconsciously humor-
ous. The other day two roustabouts
were overheard talking. They met on
the levee after one had been absent
from the city for several weks.
"Hello, Bill; bow is yer?" said the
"Well." was the reply, "de doctors is
give me up, but de police aln't."-Mem-
phis Scimitar.


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Digests what you eat.
Itartificiallydigeststhe food and aids
Nature In strengthening and recon-
structing the exhausted digestive or-
gans. It is thelatest discovered digest-
ant and tonic. No other preparation
can approach it in efficiency. It in-
stantly relieves and permanently cures
Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn,
Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea,
all other results of imperfect digestion.
Prepared by E. C. DeWitt & Co., Cbicago.
and sold by R. F. Brackin & Son. St, An-
drews, Fla,

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Sash, Bors, Blinds,

Building Material.
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The Highest Market Price Paid for Country Produce !



Star" tin tags (showing small stars printed on tinder side
of tag), Horse Shoe," "J. T.," "Good Luck," Cross Bow,"
and "Drummond" Natural Leaf Tin Tags are of equal value in
securing presents mentioned below, and may be assorted.
Every man, woman and child can find something on the list _,
that they would like to have, and can have

1 Mateho............................ 23 Clock, 8-day, Calendar, Thermoim-
Knfe, one blde, good steel......... enter, Baromeer...................
8 Scissors, 4' inches.............. 26 4 Gun case, leather, no better mad. 5W0
4 Child's Set, Knife, Fork and Spoon a2 25 It It m c ,I ,l L3 ac0iia,
6 Salt and Pepper Set, oneeach, quad- ...r :-., ait.r. ........ .....
rple plateonwhite metal.......... 60 265 o.l S. r. p..u'.i ut real
6 French Briar Wood Pipe............. 26 'i ...... .. ........ C
7 Tzor, holow ground, fine English 27 T..ilr .-' i o.:....j i ..rel
steel .......... ....... ............. 60 v.-r iaiii i,, ..... ...... .'
8 Butter Knife, triple plate, best 28 lte1 nir,:.,r Hliilr. N...4, -'2,r 11. il. -t,
quality.............. ............ 29 i'i.,l. :'ril ii r .11 ruillJ i- to,,
9 Sugar Shell triple ple,eat qual.. 60 30 Dr.. .r '-.. I i, ta.- La n
10 Stamp Box, sterling silver.......... 70 ,,,t I .1ra i. .. ...... Ui,)
11 Knife, "Keen Kutter," two blades.. 75 31 ,' an-- MJa.ialr, Drii ,.]a i usrh A
12 ButcherKnife, "Keen Kutter," 8-in l .h a a' . . 150.1
blade....... ... ... ............ 76 32 [1- -. ., CAC'. .-,' ii<.-. iliu'-d
IS Shears, "Keen Kutter," 8-inch...... 0- t'.. .1...... .........18 ()
14 Nut Set, Cracker and Picks, silver r. fl' , -i r' r. r ,, .. ',
plated............................... 8034 Guitar (Washburn), rosewood, ia-
S15 Base Bal, "Association," best qual.lOI laid.......... .......................200
16 Alarm Clock, nickel................. 10 Mandoin, very handsome......... 2000
17 Six Genuine Rogers' Teaspoons, best 8 Winchester r Shot Gun,
S pated goods........................150 Winchester f..-p g Shot Gun
18 Watch, nickel, stem wind and set.. 12 gauge.......2.....................O A .
19 Carvers, good steel, buckhorn 37 Remington, d3 1i. tba'.r-i han- .
handles .......................... .... 200 me G S not 3un. i,. r I.,-'. -'...... 20001
S20 Six Genuine Moaers' Table Spoons, SO Bicycle, standard make, ladies or ,
best plated goods ....................250 e ...... ................l :io '5-
SSix each, Knives and Forks, buck- -9 e, Gun. -... ... ...
hornhandles .................... .. 250 89 S,.Tt Gun. R- mint :,.n, .i.,u, le .a bar-
2 ilx each, Genuine towers' Knive rt,. liasj,uerl s......... ...... 0 .0.
and rorks beast plated goods.......500W 40 Regina Musio Box,1659 ic. h DicI .j.Mw
noSpecial Notice Plain Star" Tin Tags that is, Star tin tags-with no sfall
A p al a b i stars printed on under a de of tag), ar not good for presents, A.
Sbut will be paidfor in CASH obasist tyceUat er 7t
Zhundred, if received by us on or before March 1st, 1900.
*EAR IN MIND that a dime's worth of
w ll Iast longer and afford more pleasure than a dime's ~orth of anyy
otherbrand. MAKE THE TEeT !I L .
Send tags to CONTINENTAL TOBACCO CO,, St. LOuiS, Mo.'

A Popular Misconeeptlon of Vatn-
dyke's Clever P'alnting.
If the number of houses in which
there hang reproductions of a certalil
drawing of a little child's head after
Vandyke could be enumerated, it
would cause astonishment. There if
nothing surprising In the popularity
of the head. But whatever genius
named it "Baby Stuart" is responsible
for many ludicrous misappreihensious.
There are women who believe that this,
head was painted by Gilbert Stuart.
There are women who have asked if'
it was the infant of A. T. Stewart.
Again, there are women who know
that it depicts one of the children of
Charles 1, but who do not know which
one of his children it is, whether it is
a boy or a girl, or who painted the
originaL The head is that of the sec-
ond son of Charles 1, and the name of
the child was James. Vandyke paint-
ed him time and time again. One of
the family groups of Charles' chil-
dren by Vandyke hangs in Turin.
From the head of little James in that
group a copy was made by Raffaello
Canevari, a drawing, and that copy
hangs in the Academy of St. Luke at
Rome. From Canevari's drawing the
countless army of photographs, en-
gravings, lithographs and prints which
have spread to the uttermost parts of
the earth proceeded.
Let us change the title, for we think
"Baby Stuart" has done duty long
enough. Why not call him "Little
James?" Then, at least, all his wor-
shipers would know his sex. He be-
came King James 11 of England In
1686, and, according to eminent au-
thority, he gave- evidence of possessing
all the vices of his race without any
of its virtues. Ills reign was short
and infamous. He was in exile at St.
-Germain when he died In 1701. Such
was the chubby and guileless looking
royal baby in the cap.-Boston Tran'

A Jeweler Tells How to Take Off One
That Has Grown Tight.
Most girls who have had baby rings
have had trouble In removing them
from their fingers. "There is really no
necessity for all this ado about remov-
ing a tight ring," said a jeweler. "In
fact, as in everything else, ,the secret
of success lies in knowing how to do it.
Here is a recipe that I have found un-
failing for removing a tight-ring, and
there is no painful surgical operation
involved either: Thread .a needle flat

In the eye. using thread that is strong,
but not too coarse, then pass the- head
of the needle under' the ring. Care, of
course, must be used hi this, and It:
would he best to soap il.. '. tn, dl ibefori'
beginning. The neeuie h having been'
passed through, pull the th-erad through
a few inches tow;:rd the hand-so."
By this time the jewk',r had -passed,
the needle and thread uirnd'r the ring'
on his own finger and was I I' rl t'Y
illustrate the little lecture. "Wrap the
long end of the thread around the fin-
ger toward the nA il Ia this manner,
then take hold of the short end and un-
wind it-so. The thread, :ths ii.s.n;g
against the rIng, will u.'*:i.lTily rein,.ve
it, however tillt or -i'.;.lieu the fin-
ger."--l'ittr ,iur;g [1. i -'~ 1.-h.

Danish Hospitality.
A correspondent of tle 1,'irdee Ad-
Vertiser writes from Denni;ti : l'ht,
people of Demnark. tli -.h spruno4
from the same stock as I4: -<.-tis.ai:ri
infinitely more polite antd I.r.l.ii, lI--
so much So t1i0 i n h I ni t !l.'.1 -
landowner, wn .' i .'. j ''V [, I. ,l..
bone nud nevr-t r i- :. 1 ,' 1, 111,.i1.1i% ill. U
out of S( hicotl il. ii t i .lii .. 1., i!,O' cu-
clusion that tlit r p. li tr -. -. i .
being 'a nudity trouble to nluh,.l;e--.
was a sheer waste of thiln." I did nut
find it so. I rejoiced mhat i. t ., .i% of
their characteristics, for ii'- .% v rt:
ever willing to show mre th,'ir f.'rml-?
and their dairies and their ti.-',:n cur.
ing establishments, though I had L 1 r.is
assured before leaving thii ,country
that the Danish creamery at least wai
shut against the stranger.
"Like most continental people I have
met, the Dane puts himself to no end
of trouble to help you, and after he
gives all the information you want you
must needs ko to his home and drinB
his drink and smoke his cigars, as old
friends In this country might do afteY
years of separation."

California has 40 mountauls, the high-
eat peaks of which are more than 10,-
000 feet above the sea. Colorado has
56 peaks which are more than 18,000
feet in altitude.
In Paris there Is a wineshop tot
every three house.

ot, ie
Is leri- ly given to nil r u r-tie$ I 1,41i'.c1
(laiiiis nag iu!st tiue eta.te of' i. Vi: Hr -
a'd,t t>e (ot Wnshiri g' ot c(ni .ih~ deceased4
tO urescalt liutu i to t' e '. I 'i di-
niuiistraitr;- til lin tol' .. .. I t n of
,or the so. e i 1 l i,:ur',r I .1 rs ,liioute
ot lIm itationu .. Lou I. ii. -, t'. cI,
Duied Dec. A25, 1891. A.c.;lti iii:..

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Manufacturers of


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Rutign and Dressed Lumbor of Ajl Gra

ZW Terms cash orendorsed notes.



m-b E- w.9

Leads in Low Prices and G
He invites the purchasing public to
Exrarine'his stock and GET PRICE

Pays the Highest Price for Green Salted ALIGATOR H

If you need FURNITURE of any kind, call on


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offers His Professional Services to the Citizens of St, Andrews and
Surrounding Country.
May bp 'ndl. at bis residence on Bueiinn Vista avenue at night.

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A ti. i ii .ich 1il.-.,. .
,V' h1a,'.i m.iad,- arranrian.m.'nts -by
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Address- The Woman's World, 9, Hi4gh
Street, London, W., England.
A Story About Wftlberforce.
Before he became a bishop he had
beeu archdeacon of Surrey, and his old
irchdeaconry became a part of his lat-
_'r bishopri( of Winchester. At a meet-
ing of the clergy at Clapham his chap-
iain told him that an old Dr. -, who
iand beer. many years in the diocese,
was vexel] at having been forgotten.
"Yes," said the bishop; "I have not
the smallest recollection of him, but I
will .make it all right and will go out
iand speak +o him. Which is he'?" He
was pointed out, and the bishop made
his wvay to him:
"Sy dear Dr. --, I have not had a
mnoment for a real conversation with
ou. I need not ask how you are after
all these years. Do you still ride your
tlay ln lre'"
"Yes. my lord. How good of you to
,rC!nmitber her," etc.
The chaplain, who was within ear-
dot. said when he again came near the
"Ti'n you did remember Dr. -
"'ftcr all?"
S, i :i li.t of it," said the bishop. "1
I' ..' :.r' hairs on his coat, and I;
*h0'n'.ctd tihe animal's sex."-"Kegan
'aul's Mlmuoirs."

A Telephone Enigma,
"I i r- -i n'.. heard," said the inquisl-
sive man who had the faculty of being
*Olie to be in two places at once, "the
allowing conversation over the tel9-
'Who are you, please?"
'What's your name, please?'
'Watt's my name.'
"'Yes._what's your name?'
"1'I say my name is Watt. You're
"'N6, I'm Knott.'
"'Will you tell me your name?'
"'Will Knott.'
"'Why won't you?'
"'I say my name is William Knott'
'Oh, I beg your pardon.'
'Then you'll be n this afternoon if
I come around, Watt?'
"'Certainly, Knott.'
"Do you wonder they rang off in de-
spair and disgust?"-Kansas City In-
Not Forgotten.
"Did your grandmother remember
you n her will?"
"Yes: she had a clause in It in-
structing the executors to collect all
ihe loahas she bad made me."--Balti-
mlore, News. .
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r LsfMI! 2ak Id Mrep

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Of beius;i sinsC.]F~;
Sv'Tcr I
And nort 1wi admirned.

The t things rare
po N r Me tb-" siare
That areLu SO ise.ct nI ti ,,
r -EdruunJ Waiter.

'lE L.A TIG r.

Va'',i i' It I .'eDan-
L: t';e.

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ij '. ..f t *':r, ' t1 ..1 1r th .'-
heat of th., .. .',\ '" .'~ g'-eat, and hot
a breath f I nI*irr 1 in the jungle.
The sal I.. ,' I I tI!., 'r leaves and
looked 11. I ... l :':. had been
burned ;'i '; L'.. '-. .-, 1 as the sun
set in t .'f' -i-y -it I.i up a land-
scape tl,;t ,tsi h n:'I,, sti.-d for the

TI',.- li'i IIpI-fl' If tl'..-rIsekets, just
l. u;,L '. ,. i lL.'^ i'-.'"r i'st uneasy
sir'.T .-,'i; .. I h i the unholy
, .. . ,, "i-' I p ,ls'i, '.'.VI.ting for the
i.L ,.: '' iuibuhud \i th the de-
p 'n:. .' f tl.. -eason and
hu:i I .- i r hli.'d W it .' anse of de-
al r'.
N. ,. i p .'.: ri'i thle t-:.'.kah passed
ir..r I I t r. lk l in a h',-.ary silence.
i,'. i, 1; r:!, '. tH 't 'i :'.i' lose assem -
.ii, .: il.- i il,. curious ac-
.- 4 I ,. ;,il.jrl Ilihd in a neigh-
i ',.r, s: i,__, i .,. t e. Ii as calling
.:l .i d'lrp i;II lower from
I.. t, l. I J ;~ tL,:.ugh against its
' i. I. I
N...'"x" c.h'a-lLed, tIhe bLinna, and,
,lir, :: lI i,:1 I'-r.-niark. all eyes were
:irii-,l i._, Is? it of tij, tree, where
ari ii-,rii...: i : ti Y. v thi expanded
'.....1 ',\.. v.svI irI:lts lii.ad from side
.. siMle al d,. 1in tLie wretched bird
". it. Ilim11 thLrg the fascination of

r rPe': n. 411 i n yi'i.ipthies were
nl9i .yv wit tI I-I 1; arid defenseless,
ro- -,. li,"h f> d. tl,,wing a dry
:l ,i.l ,,f a thi alit ri-Itile. drove the
i"-r"'.t .. L ti >.'i'. while the bird,
r>l,-a-.,l fi>.0m l .yuutic influence,
."[i _,i "-.s," a. la in Dien, "fear is
the father of al and the cause of
ili.,t nila i .ls ivhb,:i fe-r e ith not
I. a.tlh is a kini hh .- on n ri.rht and
.,, .ith but -,*' 1, Ii, a ,:..ward-
'**1.. . b. et '1] thle httl, bullock
ilrire-r. .a, I ,. the fI:arh.s9, shall
i ,\ e... I be:.' i lin i, y.,i:rs old."
"N.i. O.>.,r t'" saii Ham Deen,
gravely l.-..ir. tl.c little man. "I,
too, have kn,: 'far. No man may
drive the niati Ialadiongie with-
out looklsing .u 'i r
Ram Deen s sbed awhile in silence,
and when the e station of his listen-
ers was wrong to a proper pitch he
went on, "Ye I knew Nandha, the
hostler, who ud to go with me last
year from this ge to Kaladoongle ?"
"Aye, coach-cin ji," responded the
carrier for thcr.eirl'is. "'Tis a great
telling, but n0: ln.wn to these hon-
orable wayfarer who come from be-
yond Moradab ."
"Brothers, y saw the plight of the
bya bird I. D'.r'; so was it with
Nandha.'" sai.d a Deen.
"One Ocenin -re the mail arrived he
called me to here he stood by the
kikar tree y, i '. looking down at
the groundn. the dust of the road
were 11 ,e f.i: riti .
'Ti.'.ise l:- i 'ior of a tiger lame
in its left hin oot,' I said to Nandha.
'See, here it c ched on its belly and
'll,.l anway (I 'th,..1 tracks unde by
th1e ui.1il caIt t muoritj ln .'
...- is the -e ti- .ir of Hllnldwani,
., l,. i-wan. I sold. an,.l i.e hunteth-
man. -Gurza Ad lie u is lilitiu:g ele-
wli-re ti. igh r,.iL-s.,i NarilLa.
"\ '111 0 i re wsirLhiI a [rldl of ithe
Bore Lbride!e a uiL.!it, tlhe hors.-s
-ti.ppled sud l:.. :TLey rv cre wild
will h feir, a rltu'..iJ :d t love. Tlihe
niglit was a; alr' as the nl iJie .,of a
goiurd. and L urd the circle of i!ght
inid. I y .ul"r trns we coild JiScern
:u thle i.ljdl. i he rotad two balls of
ire c.lI.s. I to t grn.liiid.

SBa d Nnndh, as he
climbed .d ,:\.1 r't) lte ba,':- at. "We
S***1B.iou !' lff.,T iiud. g irng himr
tbe Iudl.., aId he alrtied the Jungle
Sith a Ilausi _.o..' I up the rei-.L ,
and], adding c ...*., -u t.-rrors ,of
Nandbha's nu-"" the horses
withi whip an.rild ",a fury of speed,
andi thel liti-.antrns sowed the
grea-t beast I.;ing Into the darkness
to e's.-':pe our tl-iel.
'"Nandha ceased not from blowing
on the bugle til 1 took It from him by
force at the dior of the poAtoflce at
"Thry gave him bhang to smoke
and nrrn':k to lrink 'ere he slept that
night, for his ieat fenr had d..prived.
1,in of rea.lsn or awhile, and he lIo.ik-
ed rO-iind lnhim thongb heli csieote-d to
sn.. tIL. t,.-r's yes everywhere.
ITh Ia fo rIiwei 1s.- to the hitbior
'I. i- f i- t ir bridfue .' be said to
ni, n,.- t icrntj'p a': f We |Irepnr>',j tu
tiii t,- IL.al B.,iIlh. But I laughed
qt IIi- f., .!' ,. j, ni e Uln, hi1,3 lU e ar .
" 'Tt I n .1' *;|" CF. a ti i..r o.- :n, -
Aui ii-uInirl..- p.roano a im, an i saw
that th, light ,f blS reason llih.Lered.
"Wh'-u vCinea ue to the B..ir'e lridigP.
.' ,tl h t l-,-li r.| o th, .- ;i. dl. and ill
1 i 1 ,1.1. I tli r. u n u i:.. I ,1 > ..l1

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Ht HIN EST:i..r, or.s t, nI L i .,i t ,n ,1
M ,iii .,g r,-r. ;i I an' l,,i'( IT iutnflini .-
t,'il.i i '-1e11 ; ', Ii .i D'J s "' [.'cie r-s r. tl'nis ; ll I.
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S.v,.rl.. ..,ld u ] tDt hb lO ;..., r. ,:. Eir
i l.,-, sell'-.ilde -.- J rl u p,.I ,: '.n -lp.*
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great deal of abuse from you, but If
you should go a little too far it rebels
and refuses to work any longer by
breaking contact with its companion
cells, which It can do by withdrawing
its long arm and getting itself ouf of
circuit. But this rebellion is conduct-
ed by whole groups of cells acting to-
gether in full harmony.
Now, the object of this "strike" Is
simply to avoid overwork, for each
Oiny cell has stored within its minute
space only a certain amount of energy,
but if you put on the high pressure
this Is easily consumed by the opera-
tion of the brain, and the organism
breaks down from exhaustion. Now,
take the first of the problems just
stated. When a person takes too much
to drink, the cells In those patches of
the brain that are responsible for the
conduct of muscular movement be-
come affected and the man staggers.
When the dose is very large, the
cells., which, although stupefied, Lave
tried to keel) their master on Ilas legs
now cease working; and the man sleeps
like one dead. Finally, if more than
',nougnh of alcoholic drink be taken.
ire effect on the cells Is to paralyze
:hein. and the unfortunate man dies.
There is some relation between ex-
jll.Slurw' a.'tlvit oj_ the mjnd and


g,.. i0u 1, tr) r.ii. i hI, p.,ijl.'.1l, aInd even
as we'looked there came the roar of a
tiger. I could scarce hold the horses
while Nandha, whose limbs were stiff
with fear, scrambled Into the back
seat of the mail cart.
"When a tiger puts its mouth to the
ground and gives voice, no man may
tell whence the sound comes, so I
staid not to see, if I might, where the
danger lay, but gave the horses free
"As we cleared the end of the bridge
Nandha screamed, 'Bag, bag!' ani
glancing back I saw the tiger in full
pursuit of us, and within 100 paces.
"'Blow!' I 'commanded, handing the
bugle to Nandha; but, though he took
it from me, he appeared not to under-
stand what he was required to do.
"'Blow!' said I once more,, shaking
him, but he took no heed of me. a'n(
was as a man who walks in his sleep
So I put my arm round him and lifted
him on to the front seat beside me, and
even as I pulled him to me his hea.;
was drawn over his shoulder by the
spell of fear. There was a foam on his
lips and on his beard, and he shook so
that I feared he would fall off the mail
.'Be brave, Nandha!' I shouted to
him. 'The beast is lane, and we shail
soour leave it behind.' For answer, he
turned his face to me for one instant.
.iil his lips framed the word '1.,a
1 ;i, no round eame therefrom.
"udldenly hlie laughed like a child
that is; pleased with a toy. babbling
and say'.ing: 'How beautiful is my lord:
Scft be the road to his feet! But look
n:y lord liupeth; belike he hath a
thorn in h-is foot!' As he rose. I put alr
aria rouiud hiu and forced ii:iJ dowL
again, and at that instant thl tiger
uitenld another roar. Tile ihorser
'swerved an'ld would tnave left the road
in- t.,eir f',ar hI!!:l I not put forth till.
flli s eri'ngthi of ollh mlily ,irns, and nm
soon) as,;- Nun!illa felt hiis('lif f:'ee ihe
Ic' pm0i to the groluuiSn and advancedd to-
ward tile tiger. He % walked joyously.
as na Ioual servant \l!ho goes to meet
his icL:d.
'i."'...g over my shcilder (for now
the houses were in the middle of thi'
reo."!. which here strchiied straight
lii er.: of uis). I beheld XNnidha proceed
to0.\;:*'l the tig'er. whlilil now, crouched
in ti.e road. waiting for Iim. its tail
wnvirg from side to shai. When he
was within live pCie.'s of tihe beast, he
sa!ainmed to the g'ronnd i and as lie
itocped the tiger sprang on him with
intiiher iro' a nd, tihrioivivn hiim over
:ts ,..'ier it liounded with him into
the ju:g;e."-Westi;iuster Budget.



Put on Too Much Steam and These
LiVnute Organisms Go on Strike.
W'hy Mt Go Crazy or Decome Ab-
sent iinided.
Keeping pace with scientific thought
and pr-:;gres certain problems which
in the past have been shelved for want
if lhgit l;eing thrown upon them have
been taken up fiaiu oneby one to un
l ) go f'i;'ut r r i .:- .-....u by tile ald
of s, : .. science.
Tbe newest revelation In this diree
tion tends to tile selvn.e of the tina.l
and includes the following problems:
Why does a tian act queeltiy when
he is inoxic.nted?
Why is a ma- absentminded oqi oc-
v'hy does a man sometimes be(oome
violently insane, often a daugoirous
raving lunatic?
Such iuea;l'.ions as these have puzzled
our itam'd rise fathers, wilo li v' hardt
!y ever sati,;fa'-tiriy exp;iniued then.
tway or indeed thrown niiln' rcliabh
iglit upon theou. The hiniman brain is
.*onmpased of cells, and each cell is a
sinpile bit of nerve substance, front.
one end of which, like an oclopus.
spring a number of teutacles, while
from another part rises"s anu arm dif
fereni froun then and of great length
The long arim is inttlinedil for lian.i.
hitting i!i)rnpre'ss-iens frO:!n one i'ort iJo
of the brain system to another, it be
ing timade to touch the teutnles. o;
short arms of the next one to it. trh
latter in its twur etTecting contact with
a third cell, and so on.
'thuils a message is conveyed nnd thi
mind gets its news. The entire brain
is made up of llthese cells, whose num
her is legion and whose full strength
is grouped In systems, these systemr-
in turn being arranged in comimuni
ties, the coumnitticts iu clusters an
finally the clusters in constellations
by which divisions they are known t
So long as the mind is in a health
condition each little cell, or brain oc
topus, attends to its business faithfu!
ly and gives no trouble, but as than
generally is an animal who usually re
fuses to live the life spanned out b.
nature and adopts instead hoe life laid
down by the modern artificial process
of living, instituted forsooth by civi
lization, mental disturbances frequent
ly arise through the brain becoming
abused in various ways, from over-
work and alcohol principally.
Your octopuslike brain cell is a liv.
ing little thing, and It can endure a



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Charles L.irab wunl crazy. .til:0soen iriC'ali ror for e, .tm-.i -.
was another hlytioihondriiin. (Coiridge
was a morbid rniiinae. Milton was of a
niorbid turn of i;,inJ,. n,:!trly approach A SECTIONAL MAP
ing insanity (mi!eri !] ideas of haIes
:ire largely formed ion tlie desription
Of S .e A!drt)
evoeved by his .dise.aed nu i:i riun)tion n
and Byron said he was visited by '
ghosts. aiIl (lie
This mental alienation occurring In
the foregoing cases shows that cer- B a y o untry.
tain specific groups of brain cells have
conle ilder thle baneful innfloeuce ol
the guiding spirit called talent or We h1.,\ e' I:ni nI"ill ieilents biy
genius, which has used up all the en- whirl. ,i; i*..iii i'olnrl thiI lille M[AI'
ergy stored in eachi eell and eu:lc group coverlL': al...i t ,,ii'l n Ii 111 i-i 4-1 il ie
of cells, to the detriment of the whole, of ter il,. v. iri'luli tie 'incinnati
with the result that their cedaslpg work Compaiiv ''rai', ils. larrison,
has brought about various types or
insanity as depicted or, to phrase it Par'ker,. ('I % iil ti, arall adllacent
more softly, Induced disturbance of count? it
the mental equilibrium. 'N IN l).LI..\ A1.
The remaining problem is a tent- ,, _i ,r 5 ,.,-I, ,. iv ItniiliuhS
mindedness. This is prolJ ced 1,v a i', |.h i- t i, i t. a l, t ie tio;,, ,
temporary ilsjuinction of ceiria I ,sn _i _
groups of c,.lI. .A c. an II ......: ) I u'. i
absorbed In his study of some partic- oni. h ,';: i. ,: .. r ,. i ; i- aieii
ular subject and lends his whole ,i I' 111W,' i' '' ti, $l 1t anl their
mind to thought that the hard think: ,h-,, iptii.l, a,,ii le will l.r'ate their
Ing disorganizes the groups of cells I,,t.' t. tl ni le. Ma1 Ii. in iil.
employed In the process of reflection, .i,'iI'HI,., i' li.'Iy.
"their tentacles being turned all one St .\Ail,.-w. Fla.
way, to the detriment of mental ac-
tion generally, and so the man with Fi 5 .,-. I, i S .I .'.' f. I w i -,,la
the tentacles of bis brain cells turned :r : rn , I 1 ,. i,,s I d. ,t h- 1. Ay-
In the one direction passes along the dr. ., Es, ,,r r,., .i..ti ,,e-$]
streets lost to all observation or mental
inception and does all manner of queer
things because he is not conscious of Our Clubbing List.
what he Is doing.-Pearson's Maga-
zinDe. 1 ,, I. ,.i ,,4 rni t v II. clul
VioltnIats Revenge on Flood. Liii, ili'iii'. ..l %till n It?' ota ile sei
The incident of Senor de Reszke re- 1i : .iii. IIn, tfi. I .i ,n' i,,
fusing a check: Insultingly offered him l (i. i l. l. i n .'., iii i .i .1 tili n u.r
by Baron Rothschild after De Reszke r1i,. i.I, I., ,.-
had sung by request in the baron's L. ,.'-' ii,,.i.,l, 1\ i ,i .. .$3.ii
drawing room recalls an incident that i,..i,. '- .. ............
happened a good many years ago in lii.] ..ii t 'i,.' I r... i i in,-a-L. k
the house that Bonanza King Flood oe- .l \, iii.. .......... I "7
cupied on (Iddy street, San Francisco. hI U.I I &. a ', ,,. ,' ,1 I',i t $9 ',
before he built that gloomy pile on Nob i nn, k I $, l I i -
hill. He had invited a celebrated visit- S, ,isi ." .\ ,',1 ,, ,' ... 3 5.
ing violinist to dinner, and there were i'.,- ;. 2 55
a great many other guests. After din- I. ,,'.... I I .. .
ner the violinist, much to his surprise., ,r~, .1'. ..,,.,. l',I, ,i',., .ni, lv 1 l in
was asked If he would not "play soine- ,, ,,,,.,r, F ',.. i' i 1.
thing." He said he had not brought ., _,. .... ., ;-ii. i
his violin with himn. But Flood would All i .1..,'- ,,iiii., . I
not take that hint and insisted on senl- N YV \ rrn.l, 1. ,va .,'. ..... I 1 ;5
Ing to the maestro's hotel for the vio- F..r.. i .r i ii.,' i .f ., ;i..'' .nilia
lln and did send. and the owner played .,,,,,. .,,i,,,I,., i, L, t. I'LiY, nil-
on It and responded to two or three en- j..-i in, r. II i ..
cores. When he lad done, he laid -"t A. I
aside the violin, put his hand into hs
pocket, drew forth a 25 cent pi'.e. -
threw it on the pinao and said: "Nw .
Mr. Flood. every man to his trade. Mix
me a cocktail.' "-Stockton (Cal. Mail. B
-I-....... I. i r. ]|], l I, Iii
Suspiciolt of bthe Water. V;, tII) AN\ FF\'F I'OSTS
"Some years ago a certain bishop of .
one of the states sotUh of ManIon 4uad JU., .i17!ltTr ts'i_, 01 c.0-,il 'tr.i
Dixon's line," said a ui ,. '. u .. J r l .iii Rup
man, "w-as %1-.i :1i. sohne frie'ils of 4.O
mine in Alabiinam vli-ho f-r i-'-1- __-- -- --
i en.- s'an';.. I ,lill 'il l' h.- ,in ,;',.. T'..". -- a.-P
bi.-lrh,:. i'.,urin': -, If 1 a ..,'. f r I AA
the [il.1,Ii % J 'iR..:.i.*f'Ni.. Of ti ity of "t ADdrw s,
an.I a; ul. ir.:l;ue' i,. --. I .o I .* i... l r. [
rel fr, i nA i,.... ibhi L ,.i !.:m.- a. ,,r v.. 1- i, , .it I lie
drawn..1- Tl. 1
*"Aftra r- ,r iuz p): v I,I.1 .,..I h h h i .1 ,,
tered th e h o h-. Ti l. t-i i in M ,. :- 1 t |i-. t .,;ir t i l, lit : I-" .,lt' ., m a[ O f
M rs. Sit l'h i in t'_ie .irilt", i l.,,,. hl,n.. ,t. hii )'\\i a, iit t:all| \ "i It , tion .', i h ;i? -*r. li -r.,h,,-. il-'l .n i ih ., i)..lit
etiit.id L I 1 ..ii .. ... .-.iiI. ..:, FOUR MILES. OF CO' ST LNIE.
h ve tlh i.J It r ,-L.i .i ;;i,:tl 1.- Xl -;i,ii, .- n,- ild 1 i l I\tlr -
S Ilih ,' -' l ...r,. r,. i: I,,a t. t.lki1, in th II 1l ,\ n te o-1
r e a r l ; t k b ti .v I t ,- v , e I J I. t'd h'.\., l , h l ; g.. . ,c t i , i l
I ornly lupe the u..,r t[nl i ..u i l. I.- IT, c l ..It i.. -
"The Iiish.,p ,duluri g e I I r, fc i -',o.-. .(... ik-. tI... a.i(t -Iv l,,t ih
hib stay regarde-,.i tie iater ..-,'v.'. at L-..l Ii l.,.k i.l the l jii n.iiii g a.l.li-
itable wit ltl an eye of gave ucpi:ioni."' ti 11 i I tl 'lI .'irl.:i'i I',.iil.:iiiy'
-Netw 'Y .rL TrnL u1.ie. l.in,1 \ itli a iull .1 .;l iti r tir .I tlhe











A Vqlnnile F'nep.
Jewtt-iCnitler iio- ai trril.y caldav-
erouU ari,.--a n:1 -. lie Is nui p._i-ssed.'
of what would Lbe cl.assed a full cuntUe-
Miorion-On the contrary. his Is a reg-
ular hatchet face. But then he Isn't
ashamed of that. lHi rather prides
himself upon It arnl for good ruaiun.
A lasso was thro\\ n over hii Lead by
a cowboy out on the plains hut his
face was so shari that It Ite [ tie rope
and so saved lis llfe.-Bostou Tran-
Of Course.
Sadie was 11 and Alice was 7. At
lunch Sadi' said: "I wonder wLatr parrt
of an aniwial a chlop is. Is It a leg't"
**Of coirs-e not." return.-,J Alice. "-It's
the jaw i..U-. Fla u'ti .1ou enter beard
of animals 1Ic;i g their chols"'"-
YvULth'S Cull,11niuU.

,1 1 I'..- rI. I.1.9,' u, ..11. r f, rit,-: : I
C '.l l 'll, I11 l'.'l n "l I l l l. I, lh- ' I 1'
dO n. M hn ii l L'. i.- G-'l' -it.r .l... t ..r.
fil,.d. It ..i.:, cino -i n.. ii ildr.n -.I
w li...,:. .rI ." i. .t i ." ,iti lk, Ik r l t .vr'. arnd
c -ne ,.. .1-... .:..d.'. rup, gi ippe, nid
tl.r...it .id li,, t ,iibles. Childru in aill
likN. it MNutbt rn s tidi.rs it.--1. F.
BrIcCiRn & S.'n.

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