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: July 26, 1900
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Saint Andrews (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Washington County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Washington -- Saint Andrews
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General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 27 (Sept. 28, 1893).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00073857
Volume ID: VID00077
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33065309
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tpr sen t i'::, W At ". IWn ,. Vernon;
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W William-i ,lipl. y: Superintendent
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d,,a ;a"; Jno. Simmous, Vemnon.

Jtslice of tihe Peace. john Sturrock;
Notary Publics, W.A. Emmon sC. H.
', enCi 'i,: D "-lt.y Circuit Court Clerk,
\'. i.: .miii : School Dirqctors, E.
p. M.,I.,,.G. W.Surbiei sr.,11. D. Da-
vis;* I'.ot Master, L. M. Ware
HanEISON.
t'ostmistress, Mrs. M. B. Jenks.
MILI VILLE.
Postmaster;- Henry Bovis.
PARKER.
ostmniaster and N-otary Public, W. H.
Parker.
PITTSBURGO.
P..sti,sitlre-s M rs. it -. _ll-otI g
A "I uRSON.
Postmaster, S. W. Anderson
GAY
Fo,,ilima.ter, Mrs. R.Gay.
TOMPKINS.
'.t.stma-.ter, Emin v Tompkins.
HAY HEAD.
I'..s 'inmatr, 0. Tompkins.
FAMDAmK.
l',. Il, aLe., W. F. Woodford
WKTA PO.
Postmistress, Mrs. Dyer.
WEST BAY,
Postmaster, P, N. Hutelinsoo.
CooK,
P'stoGfce on Laird's Mill B. .

CAd nlOUN CoUNTy--- ROMA y sNTON.
N otaryPulblic, Frank Hoskins; Poslmas-
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Cone...r.., a ...h. Re. H. A.G*u __
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Methodist Episcopal-Church Wslhing.-
ton ave ,nd Chestnut st-Preach'ing ev-
trav Isc and3d Sunday at a11 a. ai. n"
p\n. Sunday school at 3 p. m. Rev. D.
Tasker, past or.
lI-;,q .t l-- ....l, cor. W yoming ave.
snd Cincinnati st. Services by aslor on
every 4tli .Sunday, at 11 a. m. and 8 p. inm.
Conference at night.e Rev. H. A. Guinn
ale preaches every 2d Sunday, at 11 a. m.
Pester meetig every Wednesday 8 p. m.
unlaery school every Sunday, 10 a.m.
RIt. S. L. Loudermilk, pastor
Presbvterian-Church corner Loraine
avenue and Drake street; Rev. R. J.t
Mellwain pastor; preaealng on second
unday of each mouth at 11 o'clock a. n.
and t '7 p. m. Sunday Sclool at 9:30
a. m. every Sunday, John Sturiock, Supt.
3atholic-Church corner Wyoming ave-
Mie and Foster street

T1[E MAILS.
Tlhe northern mail, via Anderson, Gay,
Bayhead and Chipley departs every day
except Sunday .at. 3:00 o'clock; a. m.;
S arrives every day except, Sunay at
East Bay mail for Harrison, Cromanton,
Parker, Farmdale and Wetappo, leaves
St. Andrews going east every morning
at 6 o'clock and leaving Wetappo at
1 o'clock, arrives, coming west ever
ereniing at 7 o clock.

ST. ANDREWS BAY. CHIPLEY &
V I.'RNUN TELEIIHONECO.
St Hh.DUtLE OF vH.rAi-.s:-For each five
MunuI, or fraction thereof, use of

Between St. Andrews Bay &Gay.... 15c
1 "11 Bayhead2iu
S Chiploy. 35e
Chipley &Bayhead........ 25c
S' Gay............. 30e
Bayhead &Gay .......... 100
For tranruisiion by telegraplih 10c.
extra, not including lecgraplic ser lce.
The company .ill,'b in p'ietml bh di-
Ihvl r meCs.54Cbon S undsy. 'nit cauin-.t b."
resr osimhe mor failhre In, do so.
r .W A. EMMNNS. Geo'l Mgr.


BUSINESS DIRECTORY,
W. A. EMMONS, .
? t ptttv Cnrvnit Court Clerk and No-
Star' Ppu.tlik fr ihe St.ile at Large; has
: ;d jurisdiction to adminii.ter oaths, take
i affidavits.., legalize acknowledgments,
Setc.l,anywherein Florida. Special at-
Stenltiona given to land conveyances and
to marriage services, and license issued
to lawfully qualified parties. Office at
the BUOY Olhce, St. Andrews Bay.

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H,,,-enliathic Phy.viiani and Ac-
concher. t.lice I'ine.r i1h ug Store,
p olner ,f Shiell avenue and Michi-
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duone u llar a YearinAdvance. work it is in, i '!1 tL. t.i I.. ',
And, in bhi hurry, he steered at Maud, wilot than I '. i
WILLTAM A. EMMONS Who dropped her cup and yelled "Oh A blow I.... ,- I.. k --. .1. -,-
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MODELS THAT A..E u.i3ED IN THE
STULJV OF AAf~~TUMY.


rates subiect to special a 'reemeint. From a cannon;, li. 1 'Jud-. arrived and r il. .. i I.,' . n, l , L u
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For Governor. i *\ of te Slann n. .i .". i J nrm of t L,, .. ,,, r ,a- i: .. t 'u ili...... ,' i- e i
W I LI -.M1 S. J EN INt G-. L...,ki .' ,:away o'er the fields, she saw Love i.s tl.i .... thi n thatt will f ." .-no .,. ',. m i n' t across hit the gin ,t t.. I is t. .., t ., ei ,[' ly,'
Justice of the Supreme 'eurt, The undulating expounder of law, pay ten -i a t tihe bninriwr .i f woT.kliench. He went 4-1-. ni.;': Jack. A weird ,odel of a baId denIt-
FRANCIS 6i. CARTER. As lin s.I.illn'-i the valleys and hit the lender but l. Nonrly haif a ecniury ago. b fine that hoe might be de.-1 ,r-..I when lIe onatrates unpleasaintly how you would
Secretary of State. hills t,,a I t t 1 the vriionus Irovines f Italy had w ha fou.d w.iat his real ir-j '- w-as lifted look If your .'n .- peeled off you
JOHN L. CRAWFORD. And smashed the fences and umed appn.-- I. legal tender o nsliated i t t arhictal g v- Glus-ppe to the cot he had used for a face. Every n. ni.al erve and muis.
Attorney General i tawayo'ere so the fieldul. s,eshesaw Ln there i ed in the city f bed In the ack of the shop. A phy. ele is a.-IIV .tlined and colored.
W\ILLIAM B. LAMAR .hrl 1 like to hear cl .-in. at the table Genoa a tyoing man called tiusn>p-,e sclan was summoned, and an old wo- A Big-eu .II.-pl:t..n-n m i.'. entire int -rior.
Comptn'oiler, ^Clutchine her brow, she sighed, "Ah, tellinn ,lna t. iingte have t.iovanni. For many centuries the ta.n- man was sent to nurse him. of a torso, colored to represent nature,
omptooller, ,e!" o selling what (.j.; things they hnve ^l o Giovanni had been makers of For live weeks Giuseppe tossed on shows us that all sorts of tints go 10
W. H. REYNOLDS Which the mock-bird echoed from his secnn during the tday. I like to hear ijells and chimes his cot raving about his bells-"his make us ip Inside. i.muoe i- apt to think
Treasurer, tr e. their mety i. -i.ces niingli. within the Giuseppe's father' had made some of glorious chimes"-"his children with bf oneself as being of one hlilhe.n ..i..
B.WHITFELD. the most famous chimes of Ithat rang i the heavenly voices." was lifted look interiorly, but ths Is alpeel ed offu. It
Ttahe sh tioo htieersidictal g V- Gsuseppeatothecothe had used for a face.nEveryfitiL,st ,Ihere anhiudred







Superintendent of Publi Instruction, smashed took her rakfencesand mumped cltter of e kives an for I hat r uceed order to go on with his work n appears
W. N. SHEATS. Saying "Blast the automobile or byle! ratiher hhear that than ay opera that complishinu his Idea. It had beeu ity making his set of chimes Gusop.pe had rh le ;i- these figtires sets olored.-
Commissionerof Agriculture Why didn't he sticktothe serrel mare? was ever t to tie gi-eat amblitin to ake a set of chim been compelled to horw. What little .-rn where they come frot ad whd
mWILLIAr B.1 LAMAR.u eke to hear hltI, sI aat h l table Genohat tie hole world woula 1 come to his fasican was summoned, and an old whim had models them. It would he ani o'upa-io




S CL Where is he now?" Echo answered: Keep your word with your chili a a. os of heavenly torne. The elder een exhausted before the end of the tion congenial to few, one would tsup
Railroad Commiioner, Cl"Where? row, the sae as you thingould with your tovanni was a hot headed man, a first year. He had borrowed on the pose. A gn JOHN L. MORGAN. Maud's rake is hanging, unused today; banker. stanch democrat and rather too free strength of the-generous sum that had door for a mointnt ,'ourteonsiv attswer-
Presidential Electors, In a horseess age what' the ue f speech. A few ill chosen sentences been promised him by the cathedral ed a lot of questions a b tingo In-
JOHN M. BAREYNOLDS. hay ich the mock-bird echoed from his want to see during the e en every derogatory to the reigning power which wa to have his chimes. When quisitive pers apt to thion.nk
JOHN S. BEARD, ma,:, woman ind child will enjoy ev* proved his downfall, and one day as he fell sick and gave promise never to "These models." said he. "are utl
W H ELLIs. And oft in her ralmy she rests her ,wichinth Gluseppe was hard at work on an odd regain his health again, the bailiffs made in serminy and lfonet,,e. 'linti-e
M. L. WILLIAMS. And thinks of the Judge and what ery human eight. bell for the cathedral's chmes a ltte came and took away hi chimes to are none riorlye in this country. Ye.
For Coingrtesman- First District. ion, awmight have been Love is the only bow on life's dark bearing the form of his father, with a satisfy his creditors. the manufatrer's assistants k
W, M. SPARKMAN. If he had only stuck to the old mare's cloud. It is that iin ling atnd even- deadly stab wound in his back, wa But Giluseppe Giovanni did get well, their oliglnths in cthfiyr setklns irnect-
or Sate Senator, back- r brought into the dingy little shop and his health came back, and when he ad ly from subjects ttletainewh re they i hospital
GEN. WILLIAM MILLER. Alas! Alas! Likewise alack! ing star. t bl lne upon the babe set down before- the son. strength enough to get up from his and morgues. AoU of Priis is th
For Representative -S. E. Kiser in Chicago Times-Herald, and sheds its radiance on the quiet "Giuseppe," said the dying man, couch he went to find his children-his largest Imnufacturer of be a line of
E, LN. Where is henow? Echo answered: Keep your word wit insyour chi "keep out of politics and live only in bells. Hs first thought was to hear goods. They makl to fe models of seion
Railroad Commissioner, "WhT Increased old Produc- the saIte as you hr ould wit your work. Strive only for your deal, again their voices, to make them sing ofanimals o. For ianstawh e. we no
or Clerk o th Circuit rt, tioni of poet, patriot and pil per. It and In the end you may succeed whree such melodies as the world hatha never have an oirdedfor a deer. Ceoly inside
JOHN M. BALOCKEY. Th r tson t Aa iy te air and light o w every heart- your father failed. Aim for the very heard, as no bells had ever sung. And and let me show you .ore (f thl
JOH TNS. BEARD, ma, woen repon child will enjoy ev highest and may God grant that you when he found that they were gone he things." A ginoel case in the rear o
A. Q. JONES. tics justity the expectation that gold- builder ot evry home, kindler-o ev accomplish it" became stupid-he could not realize the store was iilMd iith all s-nt of
For Tax Assessor md ofiginn that most productive gohild ery fire on every iearli. It was th A year after his father's death found that they were gone. Who oul iffs have parts of all sorite if animals human
J. W. WILLIAAMS. field in the world will be resumed first to h reanm of i'teitrtaelit. It the young artisan hard at work in his come and taken away his bells, his and otherwise
ForConressman-First District. might have been Loveis the only bow ou dar gop When his father died, he had children, whose conception had taken "Isn't thins u a .rs assistant li:rt said
or TOreasHer, shOrtly. The experts estimate thiat ts the world, aitb melody-for 11111- ^made a vow to accomplish the ideal years-long years of unremitting toll? he r-bn itii. ,ill', ...ci,.tuinae a lIfa
N, J. DAWKINS. the gold pronly soduction in the old maresl in cloud. is the voice of love. Lv i e that his father had vainly struggled He went to the physician who adni did get site organ o paper mach. ii.dirt-
For Shriff maician the enchanteSenator, bathat chanck-- or. The bench at which e was work tended him during his fever and h as nto little hinged parts h:iid .al
GENA.W IIAM MILLER. 1900Alas! Alas! Likewise alack! instar$400 t ie upon the babe set dow u befe the son. strong th enough to get up fr om his and morge o lri t






For County Superintenaent, 000.000 but for tinhe temporary ces-Herald. and seds its iitoa e on the quie and littered with a confusion of tool, shop and taken them for his creditors "It sells for $9. A little throo f slint.
S.W.T.ANDERSON tion in South Africa duetothe royal i er o art. inspire of orn- outs of metal and unfinished bells. On He went to the bailiffs and was told larly goods or. Th aney ake models, wof e o
f'..'r ie.u i .J.I and ,,e, e snitea thai it w car -- in. msh ha. Jt is tinS, of tLn, ('b o .ron* of the Inneha e ia cale'> that hIs chimes had been sold at pub- you *S if your fun,., rain to thaiUi
Jo tT I. nTcreased ly tGa 5ld .iPm..0r0tl 0 a lo a i.I l .iul Iy s !n tn u i Iyi- oand-r work. Strive only for your ideal, again their voices, to make them sing of animals e n lt o.isior compose o T paple
For Clerk of the Cir ut Court tion. o et p atriot and ,,r, h dvine t orks layndn the od violin ay succe aed wheren- known such melodic as the world hm on ever ave an or nud wire. rating tdd
.For c .h O e.Co er The recentii, or th Af- is the air and light ot e y heart- der fathslver mounted flutefailed A n the very s heard, asi him some clew that might A nd and conetin the tongue wth th
For School Commissioners. c year. Tis will be, even in li e swoon, we ae- lethan le qt thhe shop andwere a Godall nt that you head him to the purchaser. They told ear. an varus indicate auricular ar
G. 1-' .IlII. ofNtrhe temporary snpiisiuj of tain .wul i+ttln .1me".ein and we are half doIen molds anda h.rp oer r ecap Jrim gristly and uncivilly that it was raneneients you .*an buy for $35.
.For Tax Assessor, ing in that most productive gods.ry fire on every eart. It wa metal covered ar a after his father rus death none of their concern who bought the There ts of hlf full of ri and
J W. WILLIAMHAYS. fieg in other wor will be rescued first ceiling of the a.,...o *- 1at of sevrIit y chimes so long as they were sold and another full on tnimnil"-' legs aun stom-
crease over 1899, l the total was heavy beamWhen his father died, th rough had credn, whose coatisned. There was taken s and livs nI thT-ingr ?" saidgeth
Mmu.r Muller anti tine 'Molbile $315,000,000. This will make the A .ir .'a country. boards to whk. hi.-i ti fo,.l of spiderS little money over the claims against It was a pretty bloody looking kind oft
Mad Muller asu er shortly. Thte experts estimate that. n fnrl. i' t 'elas coty tinue had fastened their webs. 'From one him, he wasrtold-a few lire-but he show on account of the .unn.xihltis a o
Maud Muller on a summer 'siff, the gday production o the decade over $2, in is the voice of loe. Lo i beam hung suspended an enormous flung te offered money in their face red pait used to illustrate large ec- .
we J.t ut to rakethe fragrant hay 21900 and for the half century ully $400e magician, te an uae in tang- fitted with a on, slender clapper and left them, his heart broken and his tons of musleng. Then standing up d
She glanced up towad te d t t more than $6,000,000,000 It is a ing of thne inuneailies of die Lone capped on the end with a large brass spirit gone. one corner was a life size fgure of a
She glanced up toward thedistant town mole factb and0, m0e0w0ich is Star Slate A Texas editor in knob. This hell was inscribed with That night he sat before his bench man compoed of fanumnerable sep.
To see if the Judge was riding down. remarkable fact, and one which is strange chase rough hacters, a reli of the last n that the little shop, his-chin resting o ate pieces so that any part bul d
Then sheCounteaed upon herrakdentorest carcey000,000 but forealized by thepublic, that iagit i recently crusade hith a confusion of tools, s breast the pictureof a despairing takeoff adsells for $9. diduallystudied.On
Annd a Teess long i filled her the Ao production of thue last half- got off tde fllow)ig. Gluseppe was polishing away with a. and broken man. All night long he sato side ldearlosttIated the muscle focrma
A -ar names entngy, a ,eeno tea n t, w icea If all lth a "icln p .f ,i T *xa sanded cloth at the surface of a bell thus and w chimes had been sold i he -ou tion and the other the veins and nerves
breast century as een more than twice a that already shone lustrously n the e h elf raising hi hands above ad arteries. This figure an e ought
A blue fly buzzed around her, and great as that of the 350 years priou' were male intio.ne r isirht, the gar- dim light that -struggled through the his lead. salld, "God grant that some- for $5f 0 by any one who w-eas such
Got smashed upon her soft, white hand. to the discovery of gold in Califor- ruent would [m a jsn 2i0 miles tall, little windows In the front of theshop where nnthis orhI of tl Imady at were genuine t. an
Again she looked and her round cheeks nia, a fact, which readily accounts Lihe Tc.as crp ein1,". .', -pounds twisted and rubbed the shiny bowl of if but once, only once, that I may hear skeletons. The French excel us also
glowed, for the disposition of the great com oh w0ool "uultl o'ke inu a pair of metal. A rough cloth 7icceeded the again their voices!" in the preparation of human bonel
A speck appeared far up the road. am r. ct sw, t" socks Tl. l-ih.'r i.liict of the sanded one and in turn made way for The next morning the Genoan set for the market. An articulated skill
For School Commission reers.entlers. syeahown, This will be, eved, o- one of soft texture. Then the bell out with one purpose- to travel the of American workmanship won uld n.t
Maud raked the hay with all her might, adopt this metal as their standard of state w...""1 "ulk" 1"" h l p was hung on a little metal frame some- world, if need be, to search for his $9. A skull of -French m1 ii.-ultuii.an
Still keeping the growing speck in u and v'i.ln^es, shoes, t! -.1----' I li ...-l near- what like a gallows in conruction chime. Day aftepurch day, week after was priced at $25. and the work wara
sight cur y co'er l . ,- husettn A drawer was opened and a bundle of week, in.t, l' r month and year aft- admirable. All the most delicate little
N B. HAYS. TherLite Was A Courtship. n outh A,, aIn ,... i.T- gods.>.Thn ,,d 12 metal covered I.hdto reveal a higly pol- town, city to ity. country to country, ranged, and it was subdivided intd
II" ceiling of the ht,,,h-'A from It of sevess a chides soy h ong as theyl were sold and t notser fellr of nniun:lyi' legs ut. and rst-m
crease over 1899, %%],e,,tse total waswit heavy beams ro r.veal a .h rough p l-tw credit tciatyyfled. c Tere was a rrbs and lived n ,d thingtas. sdAIlv eth





















ad M ler a d th Mobile. obably th$315,e 000mar,0riage between 000000 bushe t. I.. woud feed shed and properly wrought little clap- vainly seekingey his chimes. art of th may t w as a l parts hblood look r with
He'd never been out until that day pn of dt' decade o 1 n it i, ,I ,n.d ,exasaonth per, which the young mechanic deftlybs time he spent in various cathedral-but h e show on account of the top of the s
In the splendid thing, and his heart Wlliam Ewar0 t Gadsfoe alf Catu- oi" b"e ar atr leat lan gix motels fitted in the inverted bowl of the bell, and churches mending chimes and ring- was sawed evenly ot, so as to form a
was gay. erine Givnne was what is happily anil if all Ilte 'n..--i in Texas were A piece of twine was attached to a ing them, to the deli-ght of all who lies- sort of cap, but the other opening
O'er his features p ed contested knwn as a **love match." She was one ie cold m a lia..e-1.g enough little knob on the bulb of the clapper, tened. Before be had even reached seemed Irregular and dovetailed. Thid
er his teatubes played ga contente a A gentle pullwth and a subdued silvery middle age he was a bearded old man, was explained thus:
Sh e glanced up toward thmo beauty, and 00, e was amply to nibblte irass .ties .f idge an tone filled the narrow confines of the bowed and bent and trave worn;ne.but, "Do you know how they seprte of
As he ran over dogs a lordly style. fitted to appreefate her loveliness fan ta flies l.. Texashe auncit es, shop. The tone swelled until It fairly like the Wandering Jew, he pursued akull Into its various parts? Well,
ud sawhim come and her heart which from year o yca he blearnic which would up in the neigh- rang rat rom wall to wall, s weay way. h-hn retng o rte pieces so that any pa ud
Then she -'leaned uhogh hwasrasettonrestofacely r zter tas of raininglou I I!;Min. I.1I n Thrycrusade. his breast. the picture of a despaiaring taken off and iudividuanly studied. Onds























And a nameless longing filled her the go prmuch of carter as ofa- booo of tl.he I .. i river. he eppe cranny of the shop, dying The broad waters of the Shannon and bursts the skull nart ascle forma
bAst3be dropped her rake, saying: "My, pearance. That she was content to hairs of the eiirl'dail vould be as away at last in a little shudder of de- were colored a beautiful red by the attiral joining or suture. Tveinese are
oy!" the art of true hepmate all large in diameter telegraph poles The young Genoan ha theed ad lg ys of tas unis which then d arteries. This figure can be bough. It
Then she rushed where the cool spring w aso have ever seen 35the couple to- and long as t H on river, and it agony of intensity, straninggled g his ears the trees to the west of the city of on y an exert. Trawho wd of Parisuch
bubblGot smashed upon he gather have boino witness. liit.l .-.nint wo.l: fi ai a-l omirten times for a sinindtwin of a flaw in the tone, Limerick. when in od a with head is the leading artist in skulls and


XtWh ere th etth dfi sn itorh thI e ofea i u tige lio hn 'rse l i a ) C le so 'l .-n. H. -i s n- L b'h ..f .ing.: na il ;. hlon ai ahs h ir .idaI L- : lifmi ti m is. ant i itb- lug l..ou-a IT ..I --w re .1 ge u ..,i rnp.
chestnut mane lr round cheks ; inia, a fact, e had not been tso ex ---- po unds twisted and y rubbed the shiny bowl ofhe river ban. only ton beard wa as aa heletons. ot a Flre dxcel ua fo
ceeglowed, for th d isposition of te great bn woole nights Giuseppe told with a fervo white as snow ad hung n y to his ch r cloth needed the ag..aintheirvocesthe and of human s 'are
Had gnawed the rails nd pawed the road. erial nations, recently shown, to socksall. r.-t t-llin.t joe on and energy almost fanatical. He ate waist. His face mornas swath like that the chief buyers.. Anarticulateds. here
sod, known eonly as her' husband. But himself.. I.. I hi" titnion on busi- but little and slept only when natural of a man constantly exposed to the are precious few workmanship wt- y.i nc y
While the Judge had been saying she was satisfied to be his prop-re- ness and was ,.I.'i- a family in his fatigue compelled him. He became thin sun. When he spoke to the ferryman, Imagine, who can atf,..rd to iUt-sat so
things to Maudy withll her might, adopt is me t he ir standard ofi church to .,-ll irred daughter ad huemnacited, and his eyes shone with it was or a voice used to seany tongues. uh one$9.Askuy n d for lat
inmnlu"ig acgroutt wi en there. The "i *.r cail nati received a a feverish luster, but not for a single The boatman helped bit from the study."
On he came like a fast express! i necessary, or coming to te fore if he hospitable v ..m. 'in irged him day did nea what e give up his work. One by shore into his -.-t and gave hiaft hi Any hearts and lungs and liver that
She gave a hitch to the back of her had m1eed of her there. In the busy to cometo n'iin.-r, bln hbe htd an en- one his bells grew into the size and coat for a cushion on tlie rough hewn come to this country oitl-r tlnan by
dress o w gagement. Tht'n ,thym.irl., "Well, tformt he desired, and he gave to each plank which answered for a seat. The way of the barge ofthece. t Amay ie addl-
hard-working days of h ife she was ill you not a LttI iinheon" ts proper tone. To him they were old man raised his head feebly and ed, must pay 40 per cent duty to Incle
And straightened her hat and jabbed his i constant attendant, an it has The hostess piiintil ,he,. -ke to a things anirollate. He talked to them, looked about him. Finally his eyes Sam.-New York Commercial Adveri-
herhairbe ee said lthat hi moral strenuous.0 mall table on wli-h ti .-rc asoumall dish e aressed, petted and scolded, and each fell on the spire of Hereford cathedral, tiser.
To be sure te frizzles and all were illiam Ewart adste hi ralad son b l for si it "Well, night when he ceased his labor e put and there they rested, ghting up or tinye brasslle telt a opofte ll
thesple. ess was oftentimes de to her infn- I don't care if I d," 1 the caller, them awaIn they in their allotted places a few seconds with a glimmer of hope. The Rocky ulch cowboy asto broke
was gay. erience. Then as illness a pd old ag who drew u. a chair pi -n an on- with a paternal care and solicitude. Td to a ng the boatman pushed off from the p a show n that town by hoo ing a
The Jude gave his grpl ay mustache a noted known as a ry fove imh t lesson elaught on the ul r. id -,,g;e. H-e fancied One beautiful August day Giuseppe shore, and slorely and noslessly the he actors c called himself a meter be-Th
twnrl they had be-n axr.u ed expressly for sat at his bench giving the finishing skiff made its w-y aicross. No sound cause, be snid, he was shooting stars.-
And smiled, as he spied the waiting pnolubc duties, she continued to be him, and it w only tr he had got touches to the pulast of his set of chimes, above the gentle ripple at the bot's Buffalo Newsd thus:
gir, the tue helpmate b watching over through tha b-tone filled ttiche narte blank looks Nearly two years had passed since he ow disturbed the silence of the een
As hraoer dogs in a lordly style fitted o o her loveliess faof the family In ct e haunch devoured, begashop. his tone swellork; two years, but a like the Wanderig Suddenly the faint sound of a u into It ario parts? e
Andd at the sky as if wond ering hi phyicafrl coforts in the tender- the entire l hn icb all had ex- great change had taken place n the bell stirred the t t full of sawdust, whichreased in
whether et way. It was sad at the time of pected to ea. appearance of the young man. His volume th the note of another bell y then wet. The sawdust expand
weather, me" he exclaimed to the hotels cheek bones ad snken cheeks gave er, until thop, de ying The broad waters a full set ofn and bursts the nart al11
ThE celou lopped her rake, saying: "My, pea thn.. That, she was content tl hairs of the -,t' yII would be at f away at last s n a little shudder of de, were colored a btau-ful red by the flatural Joinings or ,turos. Theseare






























lay te part of true ateallha undobtely prolonged is life "Bu l iametert bg of y s rphpolt to judge all him a deathly ookhimes ros and felad clasped ad of the i evening then hinged atop becawie the s you see. I
And noticed th gass and flowes and It must have been gratifying to her Ketut.inhishan by I am the ol Fnly heo hung the last bell on the stillness. The boatlyan, ho had reat- requires most dpula-
trees r e e to hear this, for she had c lea to-ly made stupid one in our s ti little metal stand, fitted in his clap- ed his oar to listen, tured o t he old expert. Traond of Par
And the grazing kine as he cleft the e qa l ne th e lady wh ose per and gave it a gentle swing. The tn in the r of e an d asheit in skulls and
A breeze. thto filis her miion. When his life hoh, dsd showed ri titldco water cross tone that followed bega like the sigh ni staiding erect, his alit outtiretch- i SOTT'S EMU ON
Sent out she felt in w a sense that her at a side tiIle juit tnute dinner war of a man, ivorn and wearied by a life i and his ti' wrcathed it s'ailes of a simply because it's summer?
Thene l.rasped a handle somewhere, life work was done also, and she ,erved. Tliig it'd j t been pur- of hopeless disappointment. It gIrew .at l:iinss. i. ., itise 'l Keep taking it. It will heal your
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To stop himself rom going so fast; looked for tihe summons to leave this and took a hiniiful fl it only to find it knell, a plaint for the deitd, then died ihaniiMg.ing. t0 ;onii~ ed in tat ast lungs, and make them strong for
chestnut s eemed to stick and ho ve a world with o feelings of dread.- drex- d with Fen lud during and away n a broken sob. The Genoan untilhe t e f the another winter
Butceedingy great he might have be prepared to accop he bids at the followed the tone from its Inception white away. and then tl in a iea s. and n an alr,. -is
jerlo Boston crascpt meal-Lousville T until ts last vibration eased. Ith an waist s face was swarthy like that the chief buyers er


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NOTE.-It must be rememlbered that the.
wind is not a wholly reliable motive pow-
er and if the sailors sometimes find it im-
possible to make schedule timeit musthbe
charged to the elements; they do the best
ttev ean.
The schooner Blanche arrived from
Pensacola Sunday afternoon and is at
present up East Bay taking on a load
of naval stores.
The schooner Lucy II. arrived'
Sunday from Pensacola and after
discharging St. Andrews freight went
to Millville and other points on East
Bay.

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BLANCHE.
J.T. GWALTr.N MASTER
Make regular trips between St. An-
drews Bay and Pensacola. Freight and
Passenger traffic solicited and courteous
and car ful attentioinassured.
A 'Patrons entiusti. g either the
Ariel or the Blanche with freight must
meet the captain at the boat or make ar-
rangements with some business house
having a wharf to receive the same.

PACKET SCHOONER
IN ETTE.
Leaves St. Andrews Bay every Tuesday,
leaves Pensacola every Friday,
(weather permitting). Special atten-
tion will be given to receiving and
forwarding freight for narties living on
East and North Bay, passengerss for
points on either arm of the Bay can
depend upon securing prompt' trans-
portation at reasonable rates. For
further information apply to
L. M. WAVRS, Agt.

NAPHTHA LA NU I
LTUR INE.,
CAI'T. D. M. W\'iuERILL.,
Carries the Easf Bay Mail between St.
Andrews Bay.,'Wetappo and intermedi-
ate points. Leaves St. Andrews daily
(except Sunday) at 6:00 a. in.; arrive at
Wetappd at l2:30 p. m.; leave Wetappo
at I:0OQP. in.; arrives at St. Andrews at
7:30,~i. m. akes landings regularly-at
Hayrison, Oromanton, Parker, Piits-
b hrg, and Farmdale. Freight landed at
ny postoffice wharf. For passenger and
freight rates, see rate card in the sev-
Seral postoffices.
DAvID M. WITHERILL, Cont0ct0
-- -^ "fl I-UZI.
A Week's Weather.
he following table gives the maxi-
mum, minimum and mean tempera-
tures, the rainfall and direction of the
wind, for the twenty-four hours ending
at 7 o'clock p. m., as indicated by U. S.
government self-registering thermom-
eters. Max:Min. Mean. R'n W'd
July 18 86 74 80 .56 se
19 88 74 81 .00 w
20 89 71 81 .05 se
21 90 72 8 .30 sw
22 94 70 82 .00 se
23 94 72 83 .00 w
24 90 69 79 .00 sw
For week. ..-90 1 72 1 81 1 0.93

Parker Lodge No. 142
/ ..Fif. &C .A-. :M:.
/ Regular Communi-
cations on the first
and third Saturday
in each month.
Visiting Brothers
FRATERNALLY INVITED.
W. H. PARKER, W. M.
W. A. EMmoas, Secretary


Effect of Altitude.
Perhaps in no state of the Union has
Climate so much to do with the charac-
ter of the people as in Colorado is the
contention of a writer in Ainslee's. He
says In part:
"Go Into Colorado, climb the long
ascent from the level of the Missouri
and then as you emerge from the train
f to the handsomely improved streets
And among the unsurpassed brick and
stone residences of Denver feel your
head swim with the lofty altitude and
the rarecied air; then realize that the
minsers went on a mile farther into the
air. i (Ih [ ., a,',1 r V .li ; au.- raLiing


present day a. mile higher in the air at
Cripple Creek, at Leadville and a dozen
- other places. It will make you pause
to think what exaltation there is in
dn -,ll-in_ there always, what staying
, powers the pioneers must lhtmve had.
"Walt a daiy or so until the vertigo
has passed away and the exhilaration
comes to you that always comes when
you have climbed a mountain and
stood upon its top and gazed out over
a wide world that expands below you.
Then you will be;lun to feel that eic-c
trick that nervous surcharge that in
domitable, und i,-courgeaible, aitosti
towering spirit of elevation nnd still
further elevation thaT makes mlhnost the livel .;t., tlie imost irl--
f)r'essilih', the uo,;t ildte'trmiininl ehr i'ent
in the American iboly. social and poli
tic."

A Thousand Tongues.
could not express the rapture of Annie
E. Springer, of 1125 Howard st., Phila-
delphia, Pa., when she found that Dr.
King's New Discovery for consumption
had completely cured her of a hacking
eough that for many years had made
tife a burden. All other remedies and
doctors could give her no help, but she
says of this royal cure-"it soon remov-
ed the pain in my chest and I can now
sleep soundly, something I can scarcely
remember doing hi.-f-,. I feel like
sounding its praises throughout the
universe." So will everyone who tries
Dr. King's T),! :.'.cr'l' foi any trouble of
the throat, chest or lungs. Price 50c
and $1. Trial bottles free at any drug
tore,. Every bottle.; -iiru t..-.I

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LOCAL DRIFT.

-Go to the Racket Store for ice
cream every day while the ice can be
had. -
-Notwithstanding this midsummer
weather, there was a well-attended
dance at Ware's Hall on Tuesday night.
-A good big Tablet fon 8 cts and a
good thick school tabletwith175 leaves
for 10cts; all with handsome covers and
good, ruled paper, at the BuoY office.
-Uur correspondents will please near
in mind that their favors must he mailed
early enough to reach us not later than
Monday evening; otherwise they cannot
appear in the current issue.
-Bring your ordinary school ink bot-
tle to the Buoy office and for 5c get it
filled with Arnold's celebrated Chem-
ical Writing Fluid-the very best ink
made. Must have your own cork.
-Handsome letter heads with St.
Andrews Bay date line and views of
either St. Andrews Bluff, or Buena Vista
Point, at 8c. per dozen; also map of the
St. Andrews Bay country on back of a
letter sheet at 12c. per dozen, at the
Buoy office.
-It you are thinking of buying prop-
erty in St. Andrews or immediate vi-


,,n] vn>:\ ilJ .I tt t" I1 ., I'n l .,hI g ti1 ,1- f,1
actual settlement you can be accommo
dated.
-A party, consisting of sixteen rep
resentatives of the best musical talent
of St. Andrews assembled at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Crippen on Mon-
Sday evening last and with vocal and in
strumental selections participated in
sociable musical, furnishing an even-
t ing of delightful enjoyment to all pres-
ent
--E P. Maxon of St. Andrews has
just received woi d of the death, a few
days ago, of Mrs. G. F. Bailey, at West
Liberty, Ohio. Mrs.- Bailey was well
known in St. Andrews, she having fre-
quently passed the winter here. She
owned considerable property here and
was the mother of Prof. Van B. Bailey,
r a former St. Andrews Bay citizen for
many years.
-During last May an infant child of
our neighbor was suffering from chole-
ra infantum. The doctors had giyen
up all hopes of recovery. I took a bot-
tie of Chamberlain's Colic Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy to the house, telling
them I felt sure it would do good if
used according to directions. In two
days time the child had fully recovered.
The child is now vigorous and healthy.
I have recommended this remedy fre-
quently and never known it to fail."-
Mrs. Curtis Baker, Bookwalter, Ohio.
Sold by L. M. Ware, St. Andrews and
Bayhead and all medicine, dealers.
-What can be done in fruit growing
in a small way on St. Andrews Bay is
being practically demonstrated the pre-
QCnt season--and it a most unfavorable
og; 'T. R. Brooke, on his small two-
and-it half acreplot about two miles east
of St. Andrews. With no team he has
with spade and hoe in his bare.hands,
cultivated,-marketed and sold nearly 200
quarts of strawberries, 75 or 100 water-
melons and 100 or more pounds of
grapes; bringing them to market in a
small hand-cart. Besides these he has
had some as fine peaches as one would
wish to see, clearly proving that the
peach, properly cared for, is at home in
the St. Andrews Bay country. Sam-
ples of these, of the Elberta variety,
which were presented to the Buoy were
nearly eight inches in circumference
and delicious beyond comparison, and
these with a package of Delaware
grapes tickled the editorial palate in a
manner to be envied of the gods.
A Good Form of Investment.
We call the attention of the read-
ers of the Buoy to the large display
advertisement of E. W. Young, the
banker and broker, of Salt Lake
City, Utah. hf,'. Young is the lead-
ing broker of that city, and is pre-
pared to furnih exceptional refei:enc-
es as to his financial responsibility.
He has met with great success.as a
broker, and his judgment regarding
stocks is exceedingly good. He deals
only in the better class of Utah
stocks, many of which are owned by
wealthy people in this state, and are
generally sought after as an invest-
ment. A careful perusal of his ad-
,:i i -.i'iii,-'i il i epay aiy oue for
the tini.- et. T i so d. in i .F .

A Good Cough Mledicine.
Many thousands have been restored to
health and happiness by the use of Cha:L-
berlain's Cough Remedy. If afflicted
with any throat or lung trouble, give it a
fair trial for it is certain to prove benefi-
cial. Coughs that have resisted all other
treatment for years have yielded to this
remedy and perfect health been restored.
Cases that seemed hopeless, that the cli-
mate of famous health resorts failed to
benefit, have been permanently cured by
its use. For sale by L. M. Ware. St. An-
diews and Bayhead and all medicine deal-
ers.
Tiny Bibles.
In Russia nmi]iature Bibles are often
worn as watch charms. One of these
Bibles Is owned by a Bostonian who
received it from a friend living in Rus-
sia. It is about one inch long, three-
fourths of an inch wide and three-
eighths of an inch thick and contains
the first five books of the Od Testa-
ment. The test of the book Is in He-
brew and thei titles in Lmatin. It ean
only be readn with the help of a power-
ful magnifying glass.
(its ILine of Criticism.
"I underaftnnd." said the neighbor.
"tmat your! husband Is a dramatic crit-
ic."
"No," replied the little won:]n bitter-
ly; "hotls' ev, 'imr.- ihlniD iii t. ITe Is
a .,u-ti.-t.l J -:1 !lc'."--.)d, lii.. ,ii. PoB ..L
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-The L. B. Q will cure a cold in one
day For sale at the Pioneer Drug
Store,
Geni. Wn. Miller JE.dorsed.
BLOUNTSTOWN, FLA., July 6, 1900.
To the Chairnian of tlie DemoctatIc
Executive Committee of Washing-
ton County, Furidar-
Dear 6ii: 1 have to advise you
that, on the 3d iast., at a meeting of
the Democratic Executive Committee
of Calhoun County, Florida, held at
Blou'ntstown, the nomination of Hon.
William Miller tor State Senator for
the Twenty-fifth Senatorial District
was officially endorsed by said com-
mittee.
1 trust t'.at his election is an as-
sured fact, an I pledge you the united
action of our organization to aid in
accomplishing the same.
Very truly,
I-. -. GASKIN,
Secretary and Treasurer.

Court "ms iYVituesra Asr"e.
An i;'n'- :c i-humc ome'i in one
f '" ... I.. "I ..., (U the other
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men line as intet


-mm---r ** '--- 'en he was inter-
S' '. with tie remark,
"I tu you have exhausted-this wit-
"Yo., inde.'" ishe exvcnlimed, "I do
'<-P! veyv m1uech exhausted."-Philadel-
]hia Call.
The VWheelman's' View.
MI's. Spiocket--George, what in the
world hlippeneud to the pipe organ in
church this morning while you were
singing that solo?
Mr. Sprocket (who always talks bt-
cycle)-\Why, the organist was coasting
on easy grade with her feet off the
pedals when she ran into some sharp
notes, and the old thing punctured.-
Ohio State Journal.

Nothing is so indicative of deepest
culture as a tender consideration of
the ignorant.

Chinese coinage in the shape of a
knife has been traced back as far as
2240 B. C.
That Throbbing Headache
Would quickly leave you, if you used
Dr. King's New Life Pills. Thousands
of sufferers have proved their match-
less merit for sick and nervous head-
aches. They make pure blood and
strong nerves and build up your health.
Easy to take. Try them. Only 25 cts'
Money back if not cured. Sold by all
druggists.
An Amazed Woman.
A woman who had an Arable gltss
cup of the fourteenth century acd'diei
not know Its value took it to the Brit-
Ish museum. After due consideration
the expert, to -tier surprise, said that,
though the museum did not want It, it
might be worth $2,000. The woman
shuddered, because she had been car-
rying In a crowded London omnibus a
It had miraculously escaped smashing.
Finally, wanting money more than
Arabian glass, she sent the object to
an auctioneer's. Fancy her anmazementn
wnen, starting at $2,500, the Arabic
cup went by leaps and bounds and was
finally knocked down for the nice sum
of $6,500.
Actually the Arabic cup was worth
very much less, but It so happened
that there were two rivals at the auc-
tion, who bid against each other.-
China, Glass and Lamps.
Aggravating the Offense.
"You are charged, young man," the
magistrate said, not unkindly, "with
scaring the complaining witness near-
ly out of his senses by putting him
through some mock ceremony of ini-
tiation. I can make allowance for ex-
uberance of spirits among college stu-
dents, but sometimes this exuberance
is carrIld too far."
"It was this way, your honor," ex-
claimed the youth who appeared to be
the spokesman-"we were out for a
little lark, and we caught a jay,"
"The fine will be $2 and costs each,"
said his honor, his face hardening.-
Chicago Tribune.

Some Ready Made Law.
Bourke Cockran studied law under
Judge Theodore L. Dwight. One day
the professor asked a question which
seemed easy, but was really difficult.
With his magnificent voice Cockran an-
swered the best he could, adding as a
saving clause, "Such, I take it, Is the
common law!'
The good old doctor gleamed be-
nignantly through his spectacles. "That
would be all right, sir, if you had made
it uncommon law."-Philadelphia Sat-
,rday Evening Post.


I Each Month


f linds most women sick with painful perIods,
Headache, nausea, weakness and extreme
nervousness. A bottle of......

(GERSTLE'S FEMALE PANACEA)
will stregthen the womb and
restore it to natural conditions.
CTURED WITH ONE BOTTLE.
I was weak and In very bad health, and was
not able to do my work. I used one bottle of
G. F. P. and it did me more good than any-A
thing I ever used. I am now enjoying goody
health and can do all of my work.
Gin, Ark. MRS. S. E. CHANDLER.
Try G. F. P. at once. It will make you
strong, vivacious, regular and cure you of
any form of female weakness.
PRICE $1.00 A BOTTLE.
a rite to our LADIES HEALTH CLUB in tharge
Sof ladiesexclusively. Explain all about your case
and they will advise you fully on how to re aio
your health. Address "LADIES HEALTH CLUB,o
care of L. GERSTLE & CO.,CHATTANOOGA, TENN.
If your druggist does not handle G. F. P. ask
I hi to send for it otherwisese send us your order
.and 1.00 and we will supply you direct.
L. GERSTLE & CO.. Chattanooga, Tenn.

W. O0. BUTLER,
Attorney at Law,
CHIPLEY, WASHINGTON COUNTY, FLA
gffl"Lanild Titles and Collections I
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Pabits and Oils.


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on the Bay,
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SALESMEN WANTED!

Good Wages and Regular Employmemt!
For Goodt, Live, Eniergetic, Competent Salesmen. Apply for terms.
WA-e will have tor fall of 1900 and spring of 1901
AN IMMENSE STOCK
Of Apple, Pear, Peach, Plum, Apricot, Cherry, Grapes, Etc.,
Also Small Fruit, Shade and Ornamental Trees, lot.ses, Ete'
We do a General Nursery Business, and make a specialty of wholesaling
to large planters drec t at i,,w prices VWrite for wholue.ale pricclist.
Address CEDAR HILL NURSERY & ORCHARD CO.,
incia.-st-'r, Ten inessee.

RAC KET STORE!

Corner of Bayview and WyominG Avenues on Bay Front.
Glassware. Tinware and Notions!
What you can"' find at any other Store, come to the R A C K E T
S TO R E and get.
Bread, Pies and Cakes, Specialties.
J. GODARD, Proprietor.

THE POPULAR


PESACOLA, Fla. Opposite Waiting oomr of Union Depot,
Is the Piace for Passengers Coing to and from
ST. ANDREWS BAY.
SRooms Ccmfbrtab Terms ieasonable!






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Captain, JAs. E.CLARK.



255 Tons Burden. FcssEger Capacity 50


Mobile to St Andrews Bay and 5 00 St Andrews Bay to Apalachicola.. 2 6S
Apalachicola.......... 7 00 Carrabelle..... 3 0
CarraLelle ............ 8 00 Apalachicola to Carrabelle....... 71
EAST BOUND. WEST BOUND.
LEAVE. ARRIVE.
5th 15th and 25th at 7 p.m.. .........Mobile............12th, 22d and 2d a.m.
7th, 17th and 27th p.m... St AndrewsBay ... ..11th, 21stand lst a.m.
.....Cromanton.....
8th, 18th and 28th a.m..........Apalachicola-........11th, 21st and 1st p. m
ARRIVE. LEAVE.
9th, 19th and 29th a.m...........Carrabelle.... 10th, 20th and 30th noon
Connects at Apalachicola with steamers up Chattahoochee River. At
Carrabelle with C. T. & G. Railroad for Tallahassee.
For further information, freight rates and special rates for large I]artlieh
Address, CAPT. ;AS. CLARK, Mobile, Alalbama.

A Dinner Test.
New vYork tiosptallty. In Siberia there is a good custom
The hospitality of smaller places Is that a bride, on coming to her bus.
rare if not unknown In New York. band's house. has to give a dinner press
Hospitality there Is different and tends pared with her'own hands as a test of
to be swamped by numbers and even the education she has received. If she
chilled Into an apparent indifference succeeds in ., Yi,%..iu her guests. It is
that Is really compelled by cireum- taken as a proof not -..uly of the ,,,,ug
stances. Often it makes a brave fight woman's own ......-1l,.,... bit ai,-.s a
and u,_.'r .u;l'.: gives up, but it Is a reconunendat.,t of hLr v ..:i,.- h- .,, ly
:m'-^t dds. Not Sol- by whom'she was .- d .t,
di.'ii n lI-i-n tr.fliamt the enormous ag-
g-'a ri.,n ,jf ,,-l..al and Intellectual op- 'i' is "i ito,' o h(llcit known tmet-
portunitles that confronts country peo- '. ('h.:-" c ud it i iu the
pie who come to live in New York so f;; f (tiir b':-c ;. aud
discourages them that they end in liv- y br' .. .u: :' i,' m.w a.
ing narrower lives in the.great city -
and seeing fewer people than in the IDo 'Voill Feet A l'lki inami urn?
smaller town from which they came. Shake into your shoes Ai,.,'. Foot-
And If It does not discourage them It Ease, a powder for the feet. It cools
is apt to drive them too hard. A New the feet and makes taght or iut w %h,.s
Yorker who a-eatdy had a house I feel easy. Cures corns, iirini,-,, .wol-
Yorker who ahead had a house in len, smarting, hot, callhowim, -. rnrl
town and another in the country near sweating feet. Allen's -' ot-.Et.-. ru-
by excused himself for building a third ]ieves all pain and gives rest and corn-
In New Hanpshirw by saying: "In fort. We have over hi,,i"'i mioimonial- .
town or near town I never get away It cures while you walk, Try it TODAY.
from engagements. I want a place All druggists and shoe stores sell it,
where I can have some leisure, and 5c. Sarnpl sent FREE. Address Al-
leisure to a New Yorker means, of len S. Olmstead. Le Roy, N. Y.
course, a chance to do some work."- VYIRGINIA (OLLEGE
Seribner's. For YOUNG LADI kS,
Hfeartburn. Ro;anoke, Va.
When the quantity of food lakean is too Open' Sept. 18th, 1900. On e of the
n t f f e i t I-adine Schools for Yiimi, c Lad,- ii,. t,he
large or the quality too rich heartburn is So1h, Magrifieen. l.u,.l .L-. i n.-..-
likety to follow, and especially so if the -rn iinpm-ovements. Campus ten acres.
digestion has been weakened by consti- S Grand mountain scenery in Val,?X i.f Va..
paon. Eat s y and not too fine-ely of famed for health. Europeani .id Anineii-
paton. Eat~iv and not loo fel of n teache-s. Full course. Supeihur m.d-
easily digested food Masticate the food vantages in Art, Music .nd Elh-culi,.i
thoroughly. Let six hours elapse be- Stiudentls from thirty States, For catt-
tween meals and whenayou feel a fullness I I:ies addIrc'' M viTtI P. H -[ins,
arid weight tn time region of the sloniaclih Pr..-;dt. Ieonmoue. Vs.
after eating, indicating that you have
eaten too much, take one of Chamber- ^ PARKER'S
lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets and AiR tAR ALSAM
lie hearthurn may lie avoided. For sale i Iirl 1.T' "
by L. M. W;>res, St. Andrews aiid -...m .. ,. ,o ,,,i oor.
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ST. ANDRE WS

PRICES CURRENT
GROCERIES.
4ugar, l b Tea, I 11t,
Granulated .... e No ....... 5
Coffee,A .... 51 Gunpowder.. 40
Lt brown..... 5 Uncol'd JaiT.40-O
off ee, Cond milk caiII
tree .... 120620 Uniswcetn'. 10
Arbuckle,lh 12-15 Sweetened. .... 8
singer r snaps 31b25 Baking -powder
crackers, soda 10 .Royal...... .. 50
S.baiaco, plug 0a6t)O Canmpbell .... 10
ltisins Canned fruit
Lotidon layers.8-15 Peaches.... 10al20
Valencia.... 8.. Tomatoes .....S ila
tice . ... 6 Apples........ 10
apples Pears ....... 15
Evaporated... 1~2 Pluimis ..... 10
Dried Peaches 8 Apricot ..... 10-20
0oal Oil : ... ..15 .. . 20
TIorida 4 .* ,
Ioney .. .. . u. I i 15
7inegar........ 30 Corned Beef... 15
Inoese pr lb .... 15 Chipped Beefl0t-25
ul.r...... 25-30 Lobsterr....... 20
bard .... .... 8-10 ,I1-. . .. 15
Beans ......... 4 COained VegctahlesI
Cocoanut i..- .. 10 Baked Beans.. 10
Fiuit Puddine.. 1 0 Corn ....... 10@ls
Jelly, glass, i r a s ..........
bine Juice .. .. 4. I'umpki 12L
g .' I\,vr doz... 15
pROVISIONS.
Flour Pork
Am'nSwan 2. .2.25 D. S. pr ilb ......
Majestic . . 2.75 Bacon Sides .
Corn Meial pr bu60-70 Fresh ....... 8,,io
Oat Meal pr lb .. 5 Br'kf'st Bacon. I
C.i peru .. 55-60 Ham canvasseidl2
Potatoes Shoulders .... to
Irish .... .. 1 20 Beef
Early R'se seed 1.20 Corned ......... 8
Sweet..... 75@80 Fresh ........ 8a10
Salt, pr sack. .. 85 Dried ......... .
Table ........ 5 Milk pr qt...... 1
H ARDWAAR.E.
Nails, Der 13'1a4 Ax,with handle. 75
Galv wire do.6atii Hoes, each. ....35u5(
N1auilla ropc. i 1 ,1 '..,.: i ca1 4
-stoves cook,. 1.: .I ..I. : al55@160
Pipe, per joint 15
DRY GOODS,
Prints, per yd.. 5a. iChecks .......5a.S 5/2
Sheeting ... 59 Flannel ....... 15a40
Muslin....... 9aill Thread petr spool. 5
Jeans. ...... 15a45 Shoes, ladies. $a2 75
Extra pants pat 225 Men's... $1 40a300
MISCELLA N EOUS.
Hay pr cwt..7.5ai .5 Oats pr )hu....... 55
Bran ....... 1.25 f I..* .- M4 1.....13.00
Rope Sisal'. .. 7@ Lime pr bl..... 75
FRUIT and NUTS.
4Oranges pr dox. Pecans pr lb ..... 15
Apples........ 12 Walnuts ........ 20()
Lemons......... 25 Almonds........ 15
OYSTERS
II shell prl,000 1.50 Opened pr qt .. 15 c
LIVE STOCuK.
Horses... $301d00l Cowes.. ..... $15a$25
Mules. $.. $50a$1l00 Hogs........ $3 to $4
txen. pr yoke $30 Sheep........... .$
(O U I/TRY
Li,,.. ach 15a25 Geese iach. 451150
e ';r. ,-fc e e e .. ; ,.', I F, c I'... . . . I i
Fresh Salt
MIullet pr doz 25c Mullet pr lIlil 4.50
Trout.... ...... T'rout ........ 4.oO
l'om1pano pr ib). 6 Pomnpano. ... 10.00
3tiurgeon ....... 10 MaIkckrI .... 8.00
LUM BER.
Flooring, Ceiling.
H1 fart,'l ...$14.00 Heart, ) n1 ...$14.00
Face ... 12.00 Face ... 12.00
Sap ... 10,00 Sap .. 10.00
DIo|, -;d;i:, Clapboards,
ileart ,'.,.:e' "l, 1 1.00( x6 in. Ipu $ll l-
Sap 10.00i Finishing lumin-
Buafflunmber.. 8@12 ber, d. $12@15.00
Peartshingles, 2.50 Lath, ( .... 2.00
Sap 1.50 Bos lumber,
dressed ... .820


-'There is more catarrh in this section o
the country than all other diseases put
together, and until the last few years was
sunposed to be incurable. For a great
many years doctors pronounced it a local
disease, and prescribed local remedies,
and by constantly failing to cure with
local treatment, pronounced it incurable.
Science has proven catarrh to be a con-
stitutional disease, and therefore re-
q'uires constitutional treatment. Hall's
Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J.
Cheney& Co., Toledo, Ohio, is the only
constitutional cure on the market. It is
taken internally in doses from ten drops
to a teashoonful. It acts directly on the
lloud andi mucous surfaces cf the system.
They offer oue hundred dollars for any
case it fails to cure. Send for circulars
and testimonials. Address, J. F. CHE-
NEY& Co., Props., Toledo, O.
Sold by drutggists, ;5e.
Hall's Family Pills are the best.

Weapons of the Skunk.
rA sM e ehall-nged n lion i to
ingle conb.af" ily.n Irrouiptly do'-
elined the honor "V'v""'-;.. '-
skunk, '"re rou afralJ'' "V'.r 1.-
so," msaid the lion, "for you wu'jitll 'nly
gain fame for having the h on...r i. dgight.
with a lion, while every one who met
me for a month would know I had
been In company with a skunk."
This reminds us of the story about
Henry Ward Beecher's father, the fa-
mous Dr. Lyman Beecher, who, when
asked why he did not reply to some-
body who had severely attacked him
In a newspaper, replied that when a
young man, crossing a field one night
with an armful of books, he saw a
small animal and after hurling several
volunetait the animal found he got tihe
worst of It, and ever since had thought
it better to let such animals alone.-
Our Dumb Animals.
A Wise Girl.
Carrie-Tell me, Kate, how was it
you did not marry Mr. Tyler?
Kate--ie told me, I was the only wo-
man he ever loved. If a man will lie
to you before marriage, what stories
won't he tell afterward?-Boston Tran-
script.

Notice
Is hereby given to all parties holding
alluii.s elgain.i it the estate of R. E. How-
ard, 1-ite iof W shington county, deceased,
to present them to the undersigned ad--
ministratrix within twelve months hereof
or the same will be barred by the statute
ot I n.1 .luat 'i T'...r 'i .. .. ',
Dated D,:c 5 -35 I : -": A, Ji., ., ,..


A Card, Call tor a County Convention. : .fcr-oiiut
To the Voters and Citizensof Washing- VERNON, FLA., July 7, 1900. C. D. Por>ir. Il.u n .,iy years an
ton County, Fla : WHREEAS: Conditions exist in this esteemed citizen oiiiPlrket, hais sold
Gentlemen-I hereby extend my county that appeal to every friend of his home there to -Ir. l.'a I.t of Wv-
since 'e thank.- to the people of Wash- good government regardless of party i s w-ll
ington County for the honor and cour'-, athliation, a:.u to reInmuy this necessi. whin-hika, andwi will w
tesy extended to mn. by the Democratic tates a union of sentiment, thought and take passage on tli '.Lj'hn en routes
County Convention at Vernon on May action that subordinates all else to the to Mount Olives.wMiis~., wiich will b"
22. While I am not an office seeker consummation of good government his future linaie, aindl aihee Mr. P.
-have never asked and do not want through proficient officers, therefore be it has a so living.
any office; if the people so wish they are Resolved; That, while differences ex-
at liberty to use my name, and, if elect- ist as to national or state politics, it is 1tG. G1. F. 1 K I : ttnowivt. "I
ed I will serve them as faithfully as a the sense and desire of this committee St. Aidre s-as a t.-: .1i i in he ptib'.
man can.
With best wishes to my friends, I amin to urge the co-operation of all voters in lie school. c ,,,.... i,-... In t. present.
Your servant, S. W. ANDERSON. this county in accord with these ex- lt em, at LLt, i :". 'L '.-. ,nntls1
-.o -- pressions. .i. -I. -- of party ahffia-n e bo. a t -n. i,,ahoo-
Robbed the GIrave. lions, and we hereby tender outr good
A startling incident, of which SMr otlices to all who desire to assist in this l,''ee o lan a* l '' ll 'a sv tI
John Oliver of Philadelphia, was the non partisianelTfortriand reconillend that while inling ii l,, 1' ,. ,.. of St.
subject, is narrated by him as follows: suchchitizens Ile g-ivea properly recogni- Anldewvs Biy.
--I was in a most dreadful eonditiorn My .4
skin was aost ~llo. eyes sunkt tion in a nominating convention to con- A. A. Call ,i I' il i ,I M.
tongue coated, pain continuialy in back vene in Vernon, Aug-ust 17th, at 12 .rianin, wiho 1I. .li -p" ., large
and sides, no appetite-gradually grow- o'clock in. And
ingt weaker day by day. hree phvia- A convention is her' by called to .
clans hiad ivon meo up. ,, i ( a. A- s, f r .I l-l 1 ilt ir
friend advised tryin' Electric Bittnrs meet in Vernon on Anugust the l7th, us, a.re here ..I bl -h.I in t heir
tid tlto my ti reeat joy and surlrPise, the A. D., 1900 at 12 o'clock noon, to nonii- owin c 'titge os i "1 \ Or l ., ,ivent ue.
first bottle intade a decided iunlprovo- nate a candidate for senator from thie eistss. A. .1 ii in W W.
ment. I continued their use for thro th Snatorial district, a ca- and fa L Hw
weeks and ailn now a well man. 1 knowI Twentv-ifth S ,natorial district, a ,caU- llh- ,tittig illtfintt L Hwel
ii, sa ved my l1fe and robbodl the didate for representative from Wash- and iamiv" an.l W. ',\,,l..,., of
grave of another victim.' No one ington e nity, and candidates for the ll1 I.v ( ... 'rt '". i., a-a
should fail to try them. Only cts several county oticis, totlier wi,. "
p)or b ottle, at a t ,, ..1 .. ,. ,, ... ,,, t ,. ,, ,, ,,. ,,, "" '
vS .' C F 3 ... [I , .... .... n i,;1 I. ,.. [ii '1 1,|, l i O I
I cannot tell what I would tell thee, o2 delegate uto ea t en o te baL s fo s eiloi e r s willi d a ture
What I wouid ,'ay wit thil shouldst hear; one deleaate to each ton votes east for i'nei .
Words of the ioul that si.ud compel thee, the populist candidate receiving the
Words oft te heart to ,aw thee near. chilliest num.lber of votes I ih elec- Caltll t New: an' Mrs. 0.
For when thou sm5i.Rt, thou, who finest tion district in th"e year A. 5 !8J8, is C. P.arkeI r came up i Pa'rke'.......
My life with j'y, ;nil I would speak, hereby ordered. Mi s N ilie( C. [i .I11....i of Pi ts-
'Tis then my lip, and tongue are stillest,
Knowing all language is too weak. Primary meetings to select delegates burg, on St. A,, i. Bay, plassod
are called for August the 11th. between re last w'ek ei rou to ake
Look if, y c Pe, radIhere eonfcaston; 7hrIs ikeiruet a~


look in mroy eyes, read there confession;
- The truest love 1.s lt eIt of Iart;
Nor needs it words for its expression
When soul speaks soul and heart speaks heart.

EASY LIFE IN NICARAGUA.
When the Family Is Broke, the Wife
Diga a Little Go;sd.
"When I was in the Olanebo district,
in Nicaragua." said' a visitor who is
largely interested in mining in Central
America, "1 had an opportunity of see-
iug how the li:.y nati\es tap nature's
till wh-'n thi-y ned ome'. small cihauge.
"Near our canip by the river was a
hut occupied by a typical Honduranian
family, cosiy'ting of husband aud
wife. grandfather andl grandmother
and a dozen or so of assorted children.
The only one of the crowd who did
anything except rev;t and smoke was
the wife. At inte'rvtlIs of perhaps a
wcek she would sally out with the
faniily tinpan. erstwhile used for cook-
ing, and proceed to an old placer dig-
ging on i' riverr bank. There she
would squat, throw a few gourdfuls
of dirt into the pun, fill it with wa-
ter anu bcleIn the usual circular motion
of gold washing.
"She was very skilfttl and would
keep a little sleet of dirty water spray-
ing ove" the edge l ke a miniature
catia:'act. WNh'1t Ilti'he w:'ter was ex-
IansthJ. a few gp'o.mtl>.ls of sand
Wotuiil .e If1 11 t 1 tit e [".c-nonit of he pau.
;lt3. r,sin.!." g it hin tin t with a bit of
':;. shit ws.iJ0 i c or i tr gralim by
.- I'. h:1 ''In : i' '"(-C loT'r. V ht-ot-v'e r
L;+' :Z" i, *c'.<.f -;ot 1 s :-, m n istened
f;!e :;;i, k tu) hiu" h!)l';;c ;nd picked up
-it-' 11:0 : *! ; i:,' ad h .' :. n. I" tl',. bit of
i'. rw.' + vO ls ",S ; I q:;ill ;) V,"... i 1'1'c'l tiy !I the ends,
; I ',b! te ;: -u here t to take out as
; i;,t of' ai ounce In the

.'scy ir limit was about $2,
tii c. l i -' ge ttli:'t she stopped.
'i1l.' theb l'ad of tile house would
.itr:a' lani;ri l'y anidl KTlrt for the near-
'-st stortei. 1".! -n;lues away. Sometimes he
woh-Id t'UJ thie v0hole amount, for
v.i .: : t!.:. as a ri!e. Ihe brought back
!o c', v!'( I;':ik. meal or calico.
'"11:' e .I l-':i 'ved-, of .native fami-
ties who ii, it exactly tuat manner
in Ohalt(lIo. 'on mies the woman
w: ll be iu 'l.y cuue '::; to strike a rich
pnc''et t!-It will yiedi a do!!ar or more
it :. bul tI;lvy ltve' (i'cainm of wash-
it';; iit out -. oe'e and getting a stake.
it imip',v !;n'a ; tha;t tt'ly can secure
t':"iir t :-* :! ;: ':: :nt with less work."-
New HOrc.leIs T' !'Ies- i (emocrat.

l His I tE; *ry l'i liure.
The i'Fl;nlie'tr happened to be dining
with a f'ri lnd the utliwr evening. and
of course lie table's .. ,i.anti. n includ-
id1 tt, ue itSlt:t e 5-yeaIr-old boy. The
latter had failed ) into the habit of ask-
nu' for a;ll kinds of impossible things.
being refused and going howling from
the rown in obedlience to the command.
lie would re-enter two minutes later
with a half dozen dirty streaks and
a bright I-accept-your-apology smile on
his face.
On this evening, after the third ex-
cursion, he suddenly conceived an of-
fection for the sugar bowl. IfH reached
f"r ht. .',I it -iil :tl Ir i..t'pjtly goave It
up In i .i i.' t it tie l ithrtatening hatill
.If lt l' i tl, .-r. 1it" fath''r giani.ed up
en .ital;.'v. wallting for the usual out-


hi -. eus t wikl,.d ibth anticipation.
"What are you so glad about, Wil-
lie?" asked his father.
"I w-uz thinking answered Willie-
"I wuz thinking of all the sugar I'm
goin to have when everybody else in
this house Is dead."-Philadelphia In-
quirer.
A Mountain of Alum.
In China, 121 miles from the village
of Liou-Chek, there is a mountain of
alum which, In addition to being a nat-
ural curiosity, is a source of wealth
for the lehabitants of the country, who
dig from it yearly tons of alum. The
mountain is not less than ten miles In
circumference at its base and has a
height of 1,940 feet. The alum is ob-
tained by quarrying large blocks of
stone, which are first heated in great
furnaces and then in vats filled with
boiling water. The alum crystallizes
o0t and forms a layer about six inches
in thickness. This layer is subsequent-
ly broken up into blocks weighing
about ten pounds each.

Monkeys Fearles.,
Until a monkey is beaten he has no
fear. He would as soon attack a lion
as a gnat, and as long as he can look
into your eyes he will not submit. He
considers himself the master. Avert
the head and he gives in. This is a
recognized fact among animal train-
ers. The ringtail monkeys taken about
by Italians are very gentle and are
never whipp,.d.


the hours of 10 o'clock a mi. and 2
o'clock p. in., unless for special reasonlS.
By order of the 1People's Party Exec-
utive Committee for Washington Coun-
ty. J. L. MILLER, Ch'n pro teom.
A. W. WEEKS, Secretary.

To thle Deat.---A rich lady, cured
of her Deafness and Noises in the Head
by Dr. Nicliolson's Al-lificial Ear Drumns,
gave $10,000 to his Institute, so that
deaf people unable to procure the Ear
Drunus may have them free. Address No.
1221 The Institute, 780 Eigvhth avenue,
New York.
S'fic. z ltis G.
f w7pt i a ,:- v o'r^ was small,
i; i 1r "- >;: ..'. .' :L :, '-.!s grurning o'er,
: f i i r'ltd wain.
,\ ; s u w<" said. "Friend,
t; ; : a T r i more."'
: . r would bend
S:'.y .i,' f' ,,',- T' ty store?
;n
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At Hock Bottom Prices!
At his Store may also be found Con-
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General Merchandise
AND
Hardware!

A Tin Shoo
Run in connection with the Store, af-
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Repairing of All Kinds ofTinware
Here are manufactured the

Sheet Iron Box Heatin' 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 of his
pnces.

Come and Be Convinmco!


charge if Ihe (iCiipila school .... Rev.
Mr. (< aliati, a student of the Stet-
solti University, who is spending tl!e
smmnler at St.. Andrews, filled R v.
S. L. Loudermilk's appointments
here, Sunday......Mr. and Mrs. E. Z.
Taylor made a trip to Parker last
week and purchased the Portis place
for a Fnummer home.

T'ti.- +l'; eI,. o Hi-s l- ace.
An am tsi' story Is told at the ex
sensee of Wirnton Churchill. the author.
to old iman, seeing the picture of
Churchill displayed in the window of a
Paltimore bookseller, inquired of a by-
stantder who":tJ it r'0.-j. ,' ni-.
"Winston (C iur' hilld" vna, the reply.
"Where does he preach?" f
Being told that Mr. Churchill was not
a preacher, he asked: "Ain't be? What
did you say his name Is?"
"Winston ChurchilL He writes nov-
els." .
"Does what?"
"Writes novels."
The man shook his head with a look
of phy and declared-: "Too badly Too
ball! He has a good face." a
On life's 'i' iy everybody Is not
only willing ibut anxioet. to take the
rich ntiat' : ~ -' '" I u .i 'I i he thil,

rs tai 1
Editor's Akvul Plight.,.
F. M. Hi'..',,-. Ed.itR So.n...a, (Ills.,
News,%" ,<-. a t;i,-rH i fiory t,-rs ith piles
that no (ioeinr it riiorm'iy helped until
he tlild u,..kl-'n'i Arni.ca Salve. He
writes ,.- tjx'i I'-.r V cured him
It's the -'ru-it ,pi e cur i on earth and
and the .:- -at in e world. Cure
warrantt ed. Only' 2 certOs. Sold by
all druggists,
Renallig liA u.ese..
When a man iQ Jred, he stretches his
arms and legs and yawns. Birds and
animals, so far as possible, follow his
example.
Birds spread their fealbthrs and also
yawn, or gapo. Fowls ftlen do this.
Fish yawn; t, ,y open their mouths
slowly until they art round, the bones
of the head seem to loosen, and the
gills open.
Dogs are Inveterate yawners and
stretchers, but .-id.o.'ui squeeze +unless
they have a '.1.1 r' t. are always
stretching their i,,.,l -. i, .< and claws,
as every one lt... i. ; i, .. ..ls a cat for
a pet.
Horses stretch violently when and
after induiging in a roll, but not, as a
rule, on all fours. t
A stag when -. i t".'h]ir sticks out his
head, stretches his fore feet out and
hollows llis back and neck as though
.trying to creep under a bar.
Most ruminant animals stretch when
they rise up after lying down. Deer
do it regularly; so do cows. This fact
Is so well known that if a cow, when
arising from lying down, does not
stretch herself it is a s,:ku she is ill.
The reason for tij:t is plain-the
stretch moves every muscle of the
body. and if there be Iny injury any-
w there it bh tit .- ';tt:-llig Llisipath..

TI" d.'-.l" ,,f t e 1 IRinciulcate_1


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of r t eCaucasus, wt Instruct their
children as soon as y can walk in
the use of the dagger.

The Best 'l'euedy r Stomach
and Bowel u bile.,.
"I have heen it ri he 'i g Isu;iness for
twenty years ;i I d .av) ad moi.i all the
proprietary medicines f any note.
Among the entire listI I r1 never found
anything to equal C'.iicrlain's Colic,
Cholera and l.i.- or 'i.-n.lJv for all
stomach and boal! it...u .., .-nyvs 0. W.
Wakefield,0of C,.inl.ui. ,. 1*This rem.
edy cured two ,-,..re c~ .; ul cholera
morhus in my It'ni,;1 .a i| I -lhe recom-
mended and sold i,',t.1l.. > .if I...ttles of it
to my customers lo I h t'. e 'i-iil r: tisfac-
tion. It affords a I. i .il i sau cure in
a pleasant form. Fi.t '| l..v% L. M. Ware,
St. Andrews and Pr.l eJ and all medi
cine dealers.


Alway cbe'ei r --
in the end than my sebd
Shat only coL h.a lf.s A .-h.
STetied, true to name. trr-b and
reliable. Alwa. theIbestr A.sk
for Ferry's taKe o voters.
Wrate for A.-0 Sheed nnaal.
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Sl ow
growth
of hair

from lack
of hair
food. The
lAI @ hairihas
I 1AI no life.
It is starved. It keeps
coming out, gets
thinner and thinner,
bald spots appear,
then actual baldness. f.
The only good hair .
foodun



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the roots, stops
starvationn. and the


hair grows thick and
long. It cures dan-
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bottle of it on your
dressing table.
It always restores
color to faded or gray
hair. Mind, we say
"always."


$1.00 a bottle. All druggists.
"I have found your Hair Vigor
to be the best remedy I have ever
tried for the hair. Mly hair was
falling out very bad, so I thought
I would try a Dottle of it. I had
used only one bottle, and my hair
stopped falling out, and it is now
real thick and long."
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V "'Tli'e Trading I ublic is assillieud that .ve will ot hl unlrsoill .
The Highest Market Price Paid for Country Produce!


E.U)!.-1.


krefHest> Knitev-'* In the Wo. itd.
All time w Olin'ti 01f St'eltLan'l kIi't.
They leian tihe art in e.irly chill'.,t-'n1
anil (.utint:e it ail iio ligh their Oii ...
The wool 'si-d lt' r their 1 littii i.i
grown l on the isliiii's lnIi is citd.I
nl.d spttn Il y ie pt.'lopl' thlemiselv'es.
M i'i;i!el y t' e'y ainve liot ex'cei', lhli
urilnt ith iv' si;'tii r wt '>,,. ,filAfy of
thie liost! 'l"It orat .'lii'h-l hiv' tilke'l
no(l ihs to. i!i','? ijd somite e'uvell y0ars
so tittil :1 v.:y !i j. W slh wl uV! n i)- he wortIt
i i iU0nl as. i'..'1 or .i it. Mosl o'f the
knittiln:! is. i.Weve. of 11e t)v ore lione-
ly tn." ste't\5' h t li1'e lin'l M idt ilaiy i b)
oL;thi ;'ronii tl:' women thittsel ves for
a veIry odtitt'r.tl;' rk-e.
Th'e imuilriT iti which ihe wawshtingi nof
ktit slhaxwls is ;ic'oiihpl!'litd in Sliqt.
ltud is ii Iteritt r bT inttelr'l 10o 1 1io-,t
visitors. The{,' iii: sl'.',shied 'calrevfily
in s' .p) lattb'r. n:ild iTen to )reI'vent
their shrinking they are laced fI'roni
point to point of tie scalloped order
in a large squnare wooden fratile anil
placed outside the cottage to dry-C4hil-
eago News.

'---*i"1,,." a ."shQilid ll.lif l ,,1 Ii\' lhil- ,. r n (r of u .-
sr'atr-,din this country Instead of New
York? Why should Boston be the ven-
ter of the' -,ptp.'r industry? There 1s
no cop)per within 1.000 miles cf the
Htub. Why should a mniajority of 'our
shoes be made at l.ynn?
"We can underisaind wlIhy tittsbuilrg
should be the center of the iron indus;
try. Sitting as slithe does in the lit'dlt of
the ore and coatl region, i ut tvhy
should shle make nearly all dhir i.i.a:
when there is better sand elsewhere?
Why Is Providence the grefit jewel-y
making city?'

Pearls and Tears.
"What splendid pearls the bride hasi
How can a man give his bride pearls?
They mean tears." *
"Oh, that's superstititin Besides;
they are Imitation pearls."
"Well. If she knows that the tears
will be genuine, at any rate."-Flile
gende Blatter.
James Whitcomb Riley's Joke.
James Whitcomb Riley and Nye were
a peculiar pair. They were everlaat
Ingly playing practical jokes.
I remember when we were riding to-
gether in the smoking compartment
between Columbis iand Cimcinnati. Mr.
Nsye was a great smoker, and Mr. Riley
did not dislike tobacco. An old farm-
er came over to Mr. Nye and said:
"Are you Mr. Riley? I heard youi
was on the train."
"No, I am not Mr. Riley. Ile is ove'
there." -
"I knew his father, and I would like
to speak with hlin."
"Oh, speak with him, yes. But he is
deaf, and you want to ,peatk loud."
So the farmer went over to him and
said in a loud voice:.
Ildit L ~ I %i t


July 28, 1898. Yoners, .Y.
SBoss," s a kin' I old cow.
WpIt the a Docto. 6 tir.e':' s.i Lii ippr"r
He will send you his book on The And swu.iiS h6er tail and inlr
SHair and Scalp. Ask him any ques- ile roamiuing up and diwn
Stion you wish about your hair. You
S will receive a prompt answer free.
Address, DR. J. C. AYER, I pee ehr through the im.e1
Lowell, Mass. I al; hI c. .p uy das,"i ,i ,
S' To wa ,t -- -- Vhei niz'ht nilak' all lfh. mu
CUTTLEFISH INK. .. l,,' .... -- i
I ii ,l ..l ep. t,:. ail p 'i l
The Pecuinar LiTaid W which This Cti- h Sn e't. U pf ung '', 1
ePeculiar Liqu n hteh This C -I --R. Mituakistrick in oi.an's I
rious Animal nijec.f. ion.
The cuttlefish are canlht in great
numbers off the Coi'nwall coast and THOSE BOER LA
are used as a bait f.;r 1e (to)nger et1. -
for which this part of tlh woe i is eel- By Middle Life They Are A
F at to WS'iDl.
ebrated. iThe cuttlcfish p-sso s a,, o tos a
clial mouth, but lt has a lon c ,',,irhial The Boer wom:u is ver;
sucker Wl.h which i aid:er(ts ilily to the trim, huandso le Dute
the bait. 'i'le melho uf c to Iuf ug the her aicestral HRolland. Sbh
tish is as foTiows: A long line front. pretty. Her complexion Is
which are sus5pe'l4ti' from 200 to pal charm, anu she guards
books baited wih poI jool e.t fully whenever she goes c
(almost the onkiy bait the cutl',e sh .7i o never seen ontdtors r wit
take is let down into the seaRI alp aked onet on her
owed to step there for about 1... to chulu(b tet! u mader bel
hour. It a s theu drUawnu- p,. a :H: t. lut.i' '"i .. < _
cuttlefishere found haughing i yia.... "' ,-"r..' ir n
of their suckers to het bait. white of ,her skin., for I
The wmomeut that .fhe :lea', l' l :i ... -ioo an i
ters they eject with toosif "i- o' or of sole leather erHer ey
a great quantity of dtep,.. ant.sr close together, and I
substance which is ao-ito i ir r .gu.ar.l 1er cheerks
Scy of treacle, and the r.ti v mate Sy it and tia.t and herhanir is nat
upon the clothes ..f .o ;i: nie;- 'u i in color. aithobugh time at
permanent if it ,. p to lts! upbi soun blhl' bhit from ils v
e them. color. At a very early ag
I had a converation i wth opeom tm all ter teeth, for she is
Who has several timnies rece'vdl a fal elhewiitg sweet cakes and
charge in his face, lnd ie assured I uo e y.
l that beyond the smell, which Ai in1oos A Eairo ean woman wo
I nauseous, he felt uo iuouvenience at ti, o'!aol;ts bhai nt ure h;
all, no sinarting or pan in his eyes and Ilir of villt wli- inonnllt
no bad after effects. anl. i;'! tie Iloer ,ome it t
If any of the liquid gets upon the ii ;'.i thinks It woill
nets, it rots them iboyond repair un- !th: t t Cry to duiilcate tl
Less it is washed off immediately. An- thle C-a torl'He r figure I
other curious fact is that this fluid almost waristless. while MI
will not injure cloth In the slightest woman she begins to gro
degree beyond making a permanent by the time middle life Is I
stain. One man told me that he had is often so unwieldy that t
used a jersey for several years which er'ite' slshe Is alde to take is
had been squirted all over at different In'tln;','br.-ly from one armu
times by these cephalopods, but that 9tlhr1 She is clad in al 100
except for the cloth being stained it it' 1 gow'a. dhvohil of trii
was as good as ever. a9p:;ir uiiy sitess. T' i
When this "ink" is ejected under wa- a ents of the oi;ors art',i also
ter, it hangs in a sort of cloud and does *tlet[;es. Co thel gown is gent
not sp)read.-London Leader. kied.--Charileston News anid

Experi5-eceC Versi ts Arithmetle. LIGHTS FOR BIRDS'
T'l'eat .c -Jo.hny ntiay stand up to re LIGHT FOR BIRDS
e'. .No'. ,oiu;tay, s'ppcse I borrow Some Cnuriou Halbits Pr
Sf,' 'iortn +oai- father and agree to pay the World of Songi
na we.k how long will it be before Many birds suspend their
i. :. s ne? the branches of trees, one
S-"Ay--.t::t otne week. curious nests of that kind
',. h'--Oh, think again; that's not of the baya bird of India.
'i- from the branch, with its
hot.y --VT., it Is. I know my fa- the bottom, and hangs like
I r. H'd ll:hive you i;p in the courts bottle, secure from the a
)y that tnme.--New York World. tree snakes and other rel
D iSI1l curiu 1. th 1g ll, ,,ti. i
It L.o,..... ..'. r, n. bird is th t i it 1 snild to
t" t" ..v ( iB I _' i '.l u '1 i l-i 1 ..i r t .k
-. 'il-. iL! el.y or .' i c1 re's-
Si ul-;u't like to give at n .- Dr rt be litilt ,lonlt ,.,f ihe l[ ct.
opinion on the sul)ject. I'll admit, Dr. Buchanan nEa.s: "At i
however. that I saw him the other of the habitations is llghtei
ni'ht trying to drive a spigot into an firefly stuck in the top with
ash barrel, thinking that it was cider." clay. The nest consists of t
-Cleveland Plain Dealer. Sometimes there are three o
flies, and their blaze in the
Ge S Hacker & So dazzles the eyes of the bats,
Hacker & Son, ten destroy the young of th
Perhaps other animals are
llAIIB C 0 ~ P by the baya bird's electric i
a writer in Nature records
LI ous observation: "I have bee
on safe authority that the I
MANUFACTURERS tie bird protects his nest a
sticking several of these gl
as 0r B fl s around the entrance by mea
SV and only a few days back a
lai ,friend of my own was watt
rats on a roof rafter of his
When a glow fly lodged ve

off"--Our Dumb Animals.
pFelt Competent.
Briggs-You don't know
are talking about when you
donkey.
Diggs--'d like to know w
I once owned a donkey
tmonottbs.-Chicago News.

A N )D Hoirse r were introduced
by the shepherd kings less
SB. C. No horse figures app
Stdow and Fancy Glass a early monuments of Egypt.
Spe y A woman's logic comes
ESTIMATES V E EH F U L LY her sharpening a pencil.
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p '-S0rcP;tT i 0iS V. MEFJL LY C 61M p C U 1,4 tLD'
D R J, JK IL M1A. i sta .t


..,.clits lJ "Is this Mr. l:li ?'" "
"What did you sayir" '
night each "Is this Mr. lley?"
1 up by a "Biley, yes." .
a piece of "I kuew your father."
two rooms. "No bother."
r four fire, "I knew your father."
little cells "What?"
, which of- "I knew your father."
ese birds." "Oh, so did I!"
scared off And in a few moments the forme't
light, since heard him talking in an ordinary tone
this curl- of voice.-Saturday Evening Post.
n informed
Indian hot-" Economy.
t night by "Please, papa. give me a quarter
ow beetles see the big snake In the menagerie."
ns of clay, "Morris, my dear, here's the magi
in intimate' unifying glass. Go look at an an k- ,
ch!ng three worm."- Fllegende Blatter.
bungalow.
ry close to. Sunoflake at'at t
scampered MIss Matilda o ak s at tih
Piano and sang "All I Wants Is &Ma
Chicken!"
Zeke Dirkleigh. who hid paid a
what you nocturnal visit to Miss Snow'flake's pa-
i call mo a pa's bt'nrbost the week before sIquirum-
ed uneasily !n his seat and ltiullv ask-
rhy I don't. ed In anilous tones: .. .
for three "Is-is dey anything I.ur.r nt Intend.
ed in dat s6ng. Mlis .Matildn't"-BaltIc
more American.
into iany1 When yon want a modern, up to daie
than 1700 .. +
pear on the physic try Chamberlain's Stomach and
Liver Tablets. They are easy to take
and pleasant in efect. Price, 25 cents:
unt even In Samples free at L. M. Ware's. St. An.
She makes drews, and Bayhead and all tnepift "
ays.-Phila- dealers.


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h t il ii i ..itt1.t ,..,i k.. .- it min the
A 1,,I, w.b! l. f pl,.,u in i .*. ulated
SI ii n' ; h-- h. 't l -l A hr.y ,l .-il I of ten
t' 11, i m. ". ':t , --. It has a
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l m li tI -i' f -r I t It ., ri ,: I'. b h Is; 1 is
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freight to St. Andrews Bay about 75 cents, making the plow, delivered
frt. But th.: P-t.rn- proposes to do better than thi4- aridwill send the Buoy
OIP % fIl"m-imli one of these plows co[til.inte at the factory for $4.50
TIl', i-.10I.., r -y bho seen int operation at the BUOY -'i tri .at any tinie
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IiUMAN SACRIFICES.

MODERN RELIGIOUS FANATICS WHO
BELIEVE IN THEM.

Many Peculiar Sevts In the Old
World, Particularly In Russia,
Whose Members Kill and Crucify
That Salvation May le Attained.


That human sacrifices have been
made even in the nineteenth century,
and by professing Christians, too, is
brought out by The American Journal
* of Sociology in a striking article:
The Convulsionists, a sect existing In
Paris about 1760, were wont to crucify
members of their order, in emulation
of the crucifixion of the Saviour, in the
belief that the souls of the surviving
members would be saved by the sacri-
fices of their fellows. In 1817 the
"Paschelians," an Austrian sect, mur-
dered a man, his-wife and daughter
under the delusion that the trio, who
refused to go with the fanatics, were
possessed of the devil. On the follow-
ing day they crucified one of their own
number, a girl of 19 years, who had
suffered herself for the death, in Imi-
tation of the death of the Saviour, In
order to save the souls of her fellow
believers.
In 1823 the leader of a P'.- lc cir-
cle In Switzerland, after ining dis-
puatchod hLr sister, who -ave her life
iaa l oeans or uarng-tI? soulas of her
Srela-Intives, was crucified by her follow.
ers at her own command in order that
she might die, rise again after three
days and restore to life the sister she
had slain. In 1865 two mothers, ad-
herents of the "Holy Men," slew their
sick children, believing them to be vic-
tims of demoniacal possession. In
1875 a Hungarian miller, belonging to
the "Nazarenes," killed his son as an
offering for his own sins after the
fashion of Abraham. In 1870, in Ir-
kutsk, Russia, one of the "Schismat-
Ics" convinced himself by prayer and
fasting and much Scripture reading
tlat to save his soul he must be cruel-
Rcd. Accordingly he attempted self
-riTc!i-ixion nnl succeeded so far as
:!-e elrcuaistances of the case would
r)eVim 4t.
In 1i:S0, in the government of Perm,
i sa-a. ia peasant killed his chiln as
i n off'-,iug fur sin and buried thme body
nu n a nt lhil. Likewise, in the gov-
N m.retoiI of 11:uliumir. another peasant
.ilied lIothl his children in due Abra-
a-rilc form, and while the babies bled
irirdlr the father's knife the devout
.nio W-r relebrited the service by read-
ag aloud selected portions of the tweh-
'y-smcond chapter of Genesis. In 1854.
in th- government of Tambov, Russia,
.i plasunt, convinced that to save his
:ou! a Um n wnust have a sin to repent
:f, killed a neighbor with an ax In or-
,ler to satisfy this highly imperative
condition.

'e-. ." 1 i utat i.ln secLt 'ift -anti-
ii i' rui,, ,. In bi hli (l;.ir tes lh-re onu,-
I,., '. ,..,,tr -'ly I ,,g d tf n mu inust have
ilu etrl oi Jl t.'irn g. ,,'t rnm uirt.lal aro
..Ili A ur auv- -.i t. In .,nfrn ll with
7L1- I..l-t-.if a m an nuirJ-rv-1 In 'ariiuu-s.
:nJ i,.,rir '. 2.9 i9i7, jt-n, w.,,uea D a[l
.'-,i,-',.n. including his own wife and
babies, In order to free them from the
langer of losing their sBuls by suffer-
ing the contaminating contact of the
government census taker. This occur-
red in 1897.
The "Deniers." another quite Inter-
esting Russian sect, believe that evil
taints all earthly good and that the
only escape is death. In 1825 60 of
these men, strong in the faith, after
having murdered their wives and chil-
dren, permitted themselves to be put
to death, one by one, by their leaders.
The "Scourgers," who also form a
widespread and influential sect in Rus-
sia. in obedience to the ba.. ,s of their
"saviors," are ilr. xne naui Tm intug-
Ing in human sacrifices, cannibalistic
feasts, erotic dances and other lewd
procedures as an extremely efficacious
method of keeping the hand of evil
from off their immortal souls. So the
"Muckers" of Konigsberg and the cel-
ebrants of the black mass in Paris af-
ford further examples of the use of a
ritual of erotism, coupled with a prac-
tice of the most abandoned and ob-
scene behavior, to promote the eternal
welfare of the soul.


STARTED A PRAIRIE FIRE.
An Army Ofeler Caused the Worst
One Ever Known In Kansas.
The greatest prairie fire known in
Kansas was in the year 1869, and it
was set out by an officer of the United
States government.
One day In 1869 hlie and a party of
officers from Fort Hays were returning
from a wild turkey bunt in the can-
yons iof the Saline. The wind was
blowing a hurricane, antd when a stop
was mmade on the high prairie some ten
miles north of Hays this officer de-
iiburalely touched a match to the dry.
I-' th -e m :-'h o I ',rtI ,t in itLe a bi.-nc-
e.,i l r t ,-" orthvr ollbkers o .aw
"o' .i mm, th .i- . nb,-4t t.i ) ',. tiloy mh-1'', a
-'- .-,--. in,.t- t.. -_.,jlJ Ur. but the
S t e ol.L I cts-n a' .', urnl] lthu reild
dames were reeling across the prairie
like a frightened antelope. That fire
-uwept from whtre. it had been started
lel'ar across Kansas Into what is now
Oklahoma. Tihe Ntronflis- and roads
offered no obiota \lw 'to It whatever.
While going south It had also turned to
the east and left a trail of rulnecross
Rice, Reno, Kingman, Harper and oth-
er counties. Thousands of settlers
-were burned out, losing their houses
and their feed, their horses and cattle.
If te man wo set tht that fire had been
known to the settlers, all the troops on
the plains would not have been enough
to stay their vengeance. As it was, he
suffered remorse beyond description.
When the officers at IHays would bring
him papers, telling of the damage
done, he would groan and curse him-
self roundly. He left Hays for some
other post in the following year, and,
so far as we know, his name was nev-
er connected with the gigantic prairie
fire of 1869.-Kansas City Journal.

T'he Head Hunters.
In Tupuslele, in New Guinea, the
Houses are built on piles in the open
ocean a good distance from the shore.
The object of this is to protect the In-
habitants against sudden attacks of
the kindly head hunters, who always
are on the lookout for victims, whose
heads they need In their business.
Other villages in this happy land are
.perched up In all but inaccessible trees
fer tlhe same weighty reason.


II ihe -ar -. r ti' Wtt-luin "ie I,-,e
er five .pea a 6nd ki-rt you o0 Iun'y at
I Vou didln baNe time io run ara.v
ou'd hate ie-srlUIT, too. yiJU wjuldJ.-
indianapioliS PreES.


vi5ldenee.
Sunday Sthool 'TOab,-r tin Clhi-u'asnai
-Why did .tle wicse nniu com frolu
the east?
Scholar- BiecnusIse iey were: wise
mn.-Philaielphla tr-cord
Grekk'-.'ty For Pra.y-er.
A vlaItur to Mloscow 0oon dilscovers
why It Is clled the Holy City.- Ev-
.ety 2'il or 34j.feet tb-re Is a cathedral,
eburch. cla, 1,l or shrine, and which-
ev-r way you look you see people
criseing thlenfselves'1. Until one has
se:un Moscow the piety of the plaee is
not ena ally underpood. The outsider
cannot Itaaione Moscow conditions. He
cannot- Imagtne ethuich bells ringing
all the tlni(-and people praying in the
public atreeis at all hours of day and
niAht.


.... M his 31O'EY.

ML AirM 'U'FiV IN WHICH BILLS
CAr:1-h E D.

i.... tu. vt'i -m,'h.* i -ef a lRubber
Rnsid '.ro.itl' I Ii i.1 ih Fixv es Up His
I ,.i--t .>- ait ', n. --1 ii W ho Like to
I|.:ll.ilr, ,' I*....., I- '.n eaith In Ev-
er3 I I':e lI,
A r.i .nl mi' mi mm thi.n cranky ideas
t.., i,, i '..i ; m,. I-ills for ready
jlarn.ll li& il i }L . r fold each bill
r, ', .I.. I .... .li. ,ie ioim iuations
iii i l. .. .' Isl ns of their
,,, L -i e i. 'il in i !,od facilitates
ih.- -. i i Ir i .1. -. ed surm when
making m it i I ,r, is almost a
sure gt.u' i I~.,',i-i I, --i..g out a bill
of the \' i \ ,i m .m l -:i.: n
Then in- n.,- ma 0 o make a
neat ro:.' f l I ..i I....:. The lirst is
rolled b i,3 I- I.- I. .it r:ie size of a
lead pcu. i t. i .; i- ipped about
it, and --- r .'qi. "' ri1 Then a rub-
ber ban.- 1i+ 1 1. I .ii.t thie entire
lot. When jis desired to use one of
the bills, t lj.-u'Iber is removed and
the end ,,r first biil eautght be-
tween the h 0 I d n.I fortri.iner of the
right hand le tihe r-oll is held be-
tween the t b fer or the
left band. i the bill is qulickly un-
oyn i f bm e others being dis-

-- . ,; I our a
k,'.-...i ....11 ( ie reason for this is
that a well, win purse more a iI'ly
slips froinm '. i than a roll of
bills. Then m 1 ,r i i .m bulk of a pock-
atbook is :,:' Tz It takes up too
.nuci room, -1 .- Ii were the pan-
taloons are .:', -u].."- WoVhin pocket-
books are m[t c.1,I. .la, a favorite re-
ceptaclet- i- i" .. im pockRt. When
this is us- 1I I ,lI.- :ire uinlde up into
I little. I .* .1 in-. I. T eir I presence
s' always fm-It against thire body. In a
rowdy there iA r no dalanger, of losing
tl u- tin I .t traveling with any
considerablehe ili4'1 this is a safe de-
o.':itory.
Sonii aIor hive a fad of carrying a
"ot of iw v bills *i unl ni\'v-elope that is
.'-pt irn one of (te itin i po,'kcts. Now
aidl thi;a a unin is fouinti wiho keeps a
!'eV h1;ls in evory ipockt. Ile goes onil
ih e sthlor'y tiAl if Ihn is roib-ed of one
lot siil-irien amount will remain to
iast hi;m i ntil lie rearchis home. HUe
-tarts oa; 'feling that lie is going to.
hie rolbbd aind makes provision to ieelt
every pis'sibl e nergency. Fie usit;l' .
inakes three folds of his bhlls and
ituks tilim away in (lhe corners of hli.-
pockets with extreme care. LUe does
uot feel surprised ifI he finds ub)om
inlkitvr ain iuanlrIltory after arriviru"-
hoim e tii';lt a part of his fui lds ials dis
:ppeard. nas he eOxiected to be robbed
Any numlter of rmn are found who
keep onl.v a little worlkin. ....i::l in
their trousers Ipoc-kets. the ,.' ;, iimeir
'tunds being con-ecled in i .t.-i.. flai
wallets in il- insjie pocket- of tih-i
,'.,-1..L 1i.. f .-- bIills ar'(, i\ i -- of
I'" i -rit *] 'nMti ii oldlhed once
Wluen a mn brings for'li his reserve
fumnils, it will .be fo.ri that 111al the
hills hae a smooth,- bright ap upear-
anme. Tehe !:ive lieu tw itilh himui so
long that. thi:. nre as flat as a sheet
from a hl-'r o" -" .(
Very -".x qLe'. tit -i- 1 i, 1.. c.'i-nIy Il
coins in iii -,r I I -1 ', 1 : 11: I I. :'rs rire
onutI i I'I b' i.,-'1 1 ,-1u l .' fir-' lyl
pigskin, l. I-ni uitr- i' l: I- ,ulo used
extensively. ,t t, former hveI two
i-oniiprtner nts one fur small gold coins
and tih, .lh-,it if -ilver. It. is sotme-
times ii rl .-.ugi r.i niteli a Bnan l wit a
little uli- i ] kid ii pr ay b is i are
on the sti. I . .I ecia'll ifi hie is
wearing ithi i ..-i.1.,I r;' -1. Only
couducntor'- 'l. li t. l,( lio'. (can
watch the pr.,-',-- i;witi rpb~npcen-
cy. A -vr.-ii..ti iuii pick out five pennies
from I.. me.- r t i )a roll of bills in con-
siderably less-timo tiran it takes the
man with tin- I..I punrse to bring forth
a nickel. One reason that tie kid
purse is not prpulaf is because it feels
like the half of a small dumbbell in
the pocket when fairly well tilled. In
London it Is tII, proper thing to carry a
pigskin owing to tlie largo circulation
of sovereigus. It Is essential to keep
tlie gold and Slver se parate in order to
avoid nr;- .I ,s.
Thiers.'i I ( min. 'I Its as well IsI pa-
per m -n.., *-t.il Smomoe years ago
there i., -.I iu ill, round faced mai
over i Tn ih,. ,, 1 y, i vyoW o caurue into
the bnuLii. -- hi-t-ti. i every week day
morning at preciselyy 9 o'clock. In
paying his fare he always passed up a
bright, new ii- I'.-I that looked as if it
had come to im fresh from the mint.
Where or ho he got them was a mays-
tery to the cnduetor, buit he finally -de-
cided that h~s customer was connect-
rd with ,mu-mm banking institution and
that thd o',eu money was used to es-
;ape the chabices of contracting disease
through ihe] Ior-tlliu of money that
iad been in mt.--mru.,u use.
There are m.ny nrtmbl'-r of people who
;anir--t let e-',u a unew (-(,l- iihout e.'-
.,errrn,'Ing a I,-re. "1 hiet wil hiI on
;o a iuiw t *. 1 'd -Iutr itirtil tl.r- 1l-i .mX-
ri-niir. '1 'mir'tli,. im n rl th.-,
nD ^" % tilt ril n-n- Iii -eia

glint in p'lrn,. til'-rm cr, n-n th,.' f.elI
.h t tlh,..- Vl| recm' ii- th, li i ilf wn-,a
I-r "who tili man Il."-l-,istuui lir-


W nrkwiriih 'c[iii m s5ium 'rfi> al nft co
should a-v u, Ir:-I, a ,,,13 i" errt,'r of

iluarnry 1c fbrglns--Vou alu,, \l,, If
ou'-l hai- n jre lh. I in-duI- cor i trry


"Thn rtct na utive guide inf aoriod mo
thL-t the monkeys were very fond of
scirfs and that they capturdj i a great
p -.--.I[ thin stone m ghats" Ilear tilhe
t("' use'twhile their owners were linthl-
II tn .' tie iver. I'm'rl .,ps oil n the prin-
ciple that "'iimiserty loves comupanuy" hie
serenmd to think his itrllm of Inlw.nz
oiugtl to console Ine: but, althonugl the
"ioiliklyshiniles'" continued as Iongu asI
we stopped in the temple "compoutnd.i"
I no lontlger. found then Quite so bl
dicroius.-- |i.in i, ii.m i .
Too Much Bant For ls Fish.
They were passing a good story al
the courthouse yesterday afternoon
mconcer'ing a young Iawyer' wilo wa
adtmiti(d to practice a slliort tine am'o
and recently hung out is siinglei. liis-
office isn't a very pretimiious affair,.
but le didn't think it aec.r-V-i-'y to
apologize to his lirinlmIs form liii little
eiilhit by ten, wit! scvera! 'fe'- ptirti-
tiolud off for the use of is "Clerk.'
The other day lightu ng strui k. andi
the door opeuend slowly. while a voice.
char-ged with a strong Irish accent ai-l
ed if th(- lawyer was in.
"Jamires," said the ri-lng disciple mc
Rlankstone, gm'ttiing tup from a (-ouehl
at thie time, "I wish you'd step arou;n
to the First Naticnal bank and teli-
thenl thrt tihe amoounit of that di,-at'
isn't quite right. It should be $1.,575.
instead of $1,525, and before you re-
turn drop into Mr. ,Johngm'e's (odice -(,d
tell him I've collectedI that $3.500 clair
for him. WVhile you're there, step
across the hal! and inform Mr. Fomto-n
bonl that unr!ss that note for $10.000 in
paid in lthe morning I so il begin fore
closure 7lr.1. .1 D iron't lose an .
time, as I've a great deal of work foim
you this "morni ."
11re hivinsf' gasped the client pro
-fcctiv c, who hald progressed as fai
ns tihe doorway into mlie Inner cufi-
*'this I- 1 m's no plu(-e fr tncNiv'wi ein t i
dollar tifty (int i-iin tr k'lrect." AtIC;
he.departed.--M il A ukte ,V'isconsiu.

Thlitnr' Tley oDid in 1700).
An andvertis-moent iu n ta f lsinime is
stsue of a Maryhlad p pudr in 17731 shows
that time hoisewivus of tLatt liay mused
cooking lutesils of a kind thi;'t only u
favored few can offord to use ruvG,. A
copiuersm-iitl "'from Iaumeastt'-m" liviti
"aloti nmre-Towni" ad vertises c0i;4me,
tish an Id wash kel ties. t copper ud brias
bretwiug kettles, salucepalns, coffee anw;
cho.coldte pots, stewipans and Dut c
ovens.
Ttere was plenty of help in thr
household tlen with the slaves. Sev
eral advertisenmeets refer to thin-. I;
one a "Coeununissiol a ud InsImranrice iro
kor" (G;u-t'.fnlly acknowldgcts tlh(
favors of his friends, and hiip'.s for a
contimuilince of their corretfpoad-auce
--Ioe has now for fale. a 'Pocket of
good [ I 'S, a 10 imi-h new ('.CAi;Li-
andl vnuts to ilmy a NlE!itO (li'!,
about 12 years oli."
Vtomlen wure in -e'rtaiin kii w o!
birs inemss at lhuit ttilr-. f'or mu l-'n i n.
"traylors" adver-tise other itsine.r -,s s
two doors from Mrs is. C 'ilton's tnv'rn.
('opie l -liked to In- r a little gu-o-.sip u;
those days also. ;s n ow, umid what tnl
be -alled a society note follows tle etmo-
tice of a wedding unid informis the npub
lic that "I;y a late marriage in" St. Ma
ry's the Lady is becoiue Siister-in-law
to her own mother and time (leltl(iean
Son-in-law to his Sister-in-law."
tIle Would Know More.
An exceedingly well dressed woman
sat in an elevated railway car the oth-
er day, and opposite her was an elderly
innrTi. T:I- ,.inman got up to leave the
(-ir. minui in ihe corner of the seat
u L--rme h-lp I d been sitting the man
fpted a p--.-ru of black net. Jumping
f-r'. it, be ,.ali, l .-...


e- I a rFruI, '.' U u,| ," "- f
A-s h,- tin-n no notice of lil it he
d.i-Ac-.,.I di..n [the aisle after her. an-I
touthling ht.r on the elbow again. -:i 1,
**Manlum. yvu have left your Itl,,'
it ttie s;Le mine holding it up ILn fill
h11 w of all
Ii w isa fiowsy, frayed,-torn petut
,f I-h.i-k oi.-r-i n net.
"'I m a i.t iunine, sir!"' she snapped
.ii. ,ivhii- himin a withering look, and
Ih>- ....Iitrmg ..,Id man shrank back as
f ti' IjaJhad Iti jabbed with a hatpin,
mullcb the pasengers grinned.
**\t,.\ %ani she so inad about it?"
ti- n-ind in a dazed way as he laid
tie oLm,:iy l titlee rag on the window
.-III.
"I gn.-ss you never paid for a wo-
man's finery." said another man.
"'Ih..ll so." said the withered one
11u 1 Lj,.p-,le' tone. "I am a bachelor.
%Perlh:in I'd know more if I'd mar-

".'on wot ulI that," said the other
teeliiugly.-Ne-w York Tribune.
Not His Destination.
A steamer was stopped In the mouth
of the river owing to a dense sea fog.
An old lady Inquired of the captain the
cause of the delay.
"Can't see up the river," replied the
captain.
"But I can see the stars overhead,"
continued the old ldy.
"Yes; but until the boilers bust we
ain't a-going that way."-Wo-id's Com-
lc.


4,


SHAVING ACCIDENTS.
--------E RUwrS
THE BARBER DISCUSSES THEM WITH, PILES lFILE
THE MAN IN HIS CHAIR. | ,f'. -rT. ,'J n .* '.- ,,,e. F;i

.Cmhnees to Cut Thronts That Ar;e Nof i ....," .
Often Trt nI A -' -.e Oi-Narrow I i .i ,,
Esait es lteroau 5 rioas MAlishapw-A | i[lI lt fYFii, t, Li'iaSstlPl..
leather' firm-nm ii.


IMPERTINENT SIMIANS.
An Experience In the Monkey Tentm-
ple at fBenares.
On the occasion of our visit to the
monkey temple at Banares we had
provided ourselves with popcorn and
other goodies which we expected to of-
fer their holinesses. But the monkeys
did not give us chance to do that.
They snatched the dainties from our
hands, and when our supplies were ex-
hausted they amused themselves by
mimicking us.
One of our party, who had a bad
cold, used his handkerchief with con-
siderable emphasis. Scarcely had he
replaced his handkerchief in his pock-
et when a monkey seized the protrud-
ing end, pulled it out and gave an ex-
cellent imitation of the act. Then, of
course, some of us had kodaks, and
after we had taken several pictures
another personification of impudence
picked up a little block of wood which
lay upon the ground and with it took
several snapshots at us.
A third ill conducted simian (a vain
female, who diescre'd her infant for
the purpose) grablded from my shoul-
ders a red chuddar scarf anil in a few
tlying leaps carried it to a Lofty muia-
ret. There sie put it on and eventually
"fancied herself" inmunsely. uti she
was not allowed to retail)n her prize.
n a .-. t ,, r, ;i. i : i i to .,


.. . -. a r -i m-- ,-r


__


T





Ge


m'_ l at St. S .ritlrui -, l .Iay, Fla.
At Dr. Mitchell'sa rug Store.
1 -t C alli l 'l eI. !.;:Inl- .Ie.


A SECTIONAL MAIP


OfSt. Anldrws
and the

Bay Country.

Wme have 1i. a'iii eu ts by
which we can (1t1ri isthi trife MA P
.- ub o it ,*i-lhi,r-rI, uiilh, pln. l e
., -i tim-u.- j'i' i i .-'l li i ,. th (l i niati
Company's Tract, als Ifa'rii,,
Pare.r, (Cromanton, awf :uljaccnt
country, for
ONE: DOLLAR.
or .iven for 5 1e i ver'-->v- suu.) criptioni


C'oTpany tca be easily ascertained,
or, I .,I may send ns $1 a-md their
* 0;.i;,, and we wNllocate theit
lots ;and return the Map by mail.
Address '1 uI a uOy,
.-'. Auid-, -w,. FLi.


even nicking the man l am shaving.
In fact, .-i Ih an occurrence makes me
feel out of sorts for the rest of the
day. It was only a few days ago that
I almost had an accident that gave
me a great fright and completely un-
nerved me. I was shaving a young
man, and in passing from one shle of
the chair to the other a button of my
waistcoat caught In his hair. It pulled
a triple, and he moved his head sud-
denly just as I went to put the blade
to his face. I came within an ace of
slashing him, and only a quick jump.
back saved him. The perspiration
stood out on me. and I had to call one
of the other men to finish shaving my
customer.
"But the worst accident I ever saw
In a barber shop occurred while I was
working in a small town in the west.
One of the patrous of thie pl,ace was
a business man whose 8-year-old
daughter was lying at the point of
death. Her father put in most of his
time at her bedside. One afternoon
while she was asleep he came in here
to get shaved. lie was so exhausted
through lack of sleep that lie fell
asleep immediately after lie had taken
his seat in tile chair next to the one
behind whirl h 1 was at work.
"Hie dreamed that some one had
come into itle place to tell himu that
his child I.Ld died. With a cry of
alarm he s,;m ted up just as the iarber
laid the razor the flesh i snlnk. lIte was not yet
thoroughly waie, and a s he it agined
that some one wa.s ihildin.g hiiu bam',u
from his child he threw out his hind
to free d himself, a his :. . cosl
over the bldie of the mr:'uor. So ( azed
was he that he could not re alIze nvrat
hahad happened, l but .at tlIre in the
chair, with the blood streauming troni
his threat and ftiitners.
"'la e Man lho Ihad1 umtoi i. 'i,
was the first to acti, i : -' .
crazed. le hurriicdl for a doctor while
we stanchled the flow of blood tne best
we knew hlow. thven as the doctor
was at work sewing up the wounds
a messenger came to say that the little
girl had died suddenly in the greatest
agony, calling for her father just be-
fore she died. le vas under tihe In-
fluenceof of ether at the time and did
not know, but afterward, when he
heard of the circumstances attending
her death, he insisted that hbe had
heard her call as hre ly there asleep
Il the chair and that it was her cry
that had caused him to make his sud-
den movement.
"For years after the accident lihe con-
tinued to shave in the same shop
where It had occurred, and it was
never mentioned. He carried a re-
minder of it for the remainder of his
life. In addition to the scar on his3
throat, the fingers of his right hand
were all drawn up and useless.
"Sudden movements while In the bar-
ber's chair are always apt to be attend-
ed with serious results, and I could re-
call dozens of instances where it has
been only the merest chance that has
prevented serious if not fatal mishaps.
Nine times out of ten where the person
getting shaved receives a nick and lays
the blame on the barber he should
thank the wielder of the razor that it
was no worse. The probabilities are
that It was quick action by the barber
that prevented a bad cut. A slight
nick often would have been a case for
the doctor or coroner were it not for
the watchfulness of the barber. Here
yesterday I happened to draw blood
from a young fellow's face near his
ear, and he made a great fuss about It,
until I showed him that it was only
the sudden withdrawal o; the razor
which resulted in the slight nick that
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iht. i mi t-r e--I. 7 --t. _noir-)[d in to l-s
[aLn .i l b- y a (.-rman c efmi-,. t lu I,, '
cerot -4 Its substance Is water. .Sahriau ,
ccinT.s nl-,m. withb 31.4 per Ceint.

Good Friday was called Long Friday
Ly ti-e Saxons.


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"Did it ever strike you." as'ied the
little tarber. "how em r;iy It would be
for ri..- mania tlhat shaves you to kill
you'Y"
The mau lu the chair sat up quickly
and looked carefumily at the barber,
who was I'ecling the edl-e of the razor
with moe linger. The barber smiled
to reassure his customer and said:
"It seems a queer question. I know,
but it Is a wonder to me that there
are not a numvbetr of people killed In
that way every year. It would be
tihe casitst t;in:! in the world for the
l)uflter ai how rwild(dl hiss riaz'or to make
one sweep w\.v1h iit iild l ever the jugu-
tar viii. anl you would ,Ple de(ild almost
on the lutstant. Suppose. for instance,
that the barber should go insane.
There would be nothing to prevent
his doing such a tiling, and you would
have no wairaing nor any opportunity
+to save yourself.
"There is always a chance of a seri-
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,,- with a few ofthe very
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the present can send for a Wole year
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about
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Extending castwaid hoom Dyer's
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