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: August 2, 1900
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Saint Andrews (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Washington County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Washington -- Saint Andrews
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General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 27 (Sept. 28, 1893).
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ST. ANDREWS BAY,

First Last, and all the

Time!


Washiniton Couitl


Westi lorida'
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VOL. X.


ST. ANDREWS BJ3, FLA.. AUG.


2, 1900.


NO. 1l.


OFFICIAL DIRECTORY,

S1. 8. SENATOR.
eirst District-S. R. Mallory, Pehs,bln.,
Ni Di tricl, ". I.Taliafero, Jacksonville
I[-1,steitiv--Ist District, S. AM.Spark-
111an, Tamnpa; 2d District, R. W.
iilt i, Palalk.t.
L. id OI)lice--legislr, W. G. Robinson.
,eociu-ei -I S C.'litubb, Gainesville.
STATE.
j,,vcriilLr-W. D. Bloxlham; Secretary ol
S.ie, J. L. L rawt'ord; Ireasurer,J..B
khittfield; Attorney Getnoral Win. B. La-
mar; Comptroller, W. H. Reynolds; St,-
erintendent if Public Instruction, W.V
N. Sheats; Commissioner of Agricul-
ure, L. B. Wombwell; Adjutant Ge -
eral, Patrick Houston. 'T'allahassee.
STATE SENATOh.
twenty-fifth District-J. B. Clarke, We-!
h iiUtD,. I ,t .- h
.... . VA-Hl,-4TON CO NTY.
Ki.l ,rea,.A1itit ,', W G. ColeMan, V.N-'It,. .
k..uin v .13,.g.-, J. i. Wells, Vernon;
'l.rk "..I C,.uit, Cou:,t ', l -rk, Recordet
of Deeds, W. B. L,- ,. .i Vernon:
in i.tift, C G ,h Il'-:, T 11. l,. er
A'; ,. P ri .. V ernon; .', ,lh-, i.r, A.
Q. Jones, Vernon; Tax Assessor, J
W Williams Cjih.i ., Superintendent
of Public Instruction, W. C Lockey.
Chipley; Surveyor, P. L.Horn, rangc
Hiii Ci.:..]ity Commissioners-VW. H
ak.il ,'. .'ryvile;W. T.torn. Ch'n.
or,,1,i, Hill; S. i i'i..j, Pt. W ash-
ington; Jno. R. I '.-i ..'*". St. An-
drews Bay; Juo. Simmons, Vernon.
ST. ANDREWVS.
Jdstice of the Peace. John Sturrock:
Notary Publics, W.A. Emmons, C. H.
Crippen: Deputy Circuit Court Clerk,
W. A. Emmons: School Directors, E.
Pi. Maxon,G. W. Surber sr., II. D. Da-
vis; Post Master, L. M. Ware
HARRISON.
"Postmistress, Mrs. M. B. Jcnks.
MILIVILLE.
Postmaster; Henry Bovis.
P'ARKEKR.
postmasterr and Notary Public, W. 11.
Parker.
PITTSslrO.
?ostmistress, Mrs. Hassell'org.
ANDERSON.
Poetmastei, S. W. Anderson
GAY.
Postmaster, Mrs. It.Gay.
TOairKINS.
Postmaster, Emery Tomipkins.
BAY HEAD.
Postmaster, 0. C. Tonup irs.
FARM IALK.
Postmaster, W. F. Woodford
WirTArTo.
Postmistress, Mrs. Pyer.
WESr BAY,
Postmaster, P, N. Hutchinsou.
COOK,
Postoffice on Laird's Mill Bayou.

CALHOUN CouNTvY-C ROMAIaNTN.
,- N a f Nil-lie, Frank lnakin-: PostmnaKs-
g. --..-. .y.. auger;L.Uoun fy Goui-
-- '-.., .. a S ice __
It E L 10 U S.
M.,lh.odi.l Er.i-',-...t- Church Wasliig-
1 ,ii ., *tl, (,-.- ilt st- Preaching ev-
ery Is(, and 3d Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7
p. 'n. Sunday school at3 p. m. Rov. D.
Tasker, pastor.
Baptist-Church, cor. Wyoming aive.
and Ccinnati st. Services by pastor oil
every 4th 8 monday, at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m.
Conference at night. Rev. H. A. Guinn
als preaches every 2d Sunday, at 11 a. in.
Pcayer meeting every Wednesday 8 p. m.
Sunday school every Sunday, 10 a. in.
Rev. S.L. Loudermilk, pastor
P'reshvterian.-hurch corner Loraine
avenue and Drake street; Rev. It. J.
Mellwain pastor; praeaniig on second
Sunday of each month at 11 o'clock a. nm.
mind at 7 p. an. Sunday School at 9:30
a. m. every Sunday,John Sturtock, Supt.
.Jatholic-Church corner Wyoming ave-
3tue and Foster street.

THE MAILS.
Thle northern mail, via Anderson, Gay,
Baylhead and Chipley departs every day
except Sunday .at 3:00 o'clock; a. i.;
arrives every day except Sununay" at
7:40 p. inm.
East Bay mail for Harrison, Cronianton,
Parker, Farmdale and Wetappo, leaves
St. Andrews going east every morning
at 6 o'clock and leaving Wetappo at
I o'clock, arrives, coming west ever
evening at 7 o'clock.

ST. ANDHEWS BAY, CHIPLEY &
VEliNON TELEPHONE CO.
SCHEDULE OF RATES:-For each five
minutes, or fraction thereof, use of

BetweernSt.Audresl Ba. &Gay.... 15c
Bayhead20c
Chipley. 35c
Chipley & Bayhead........ 25e
6 Gay............. 300 I
Bayhead &Gay ............ 10c
For transmission by teler'rapbh 10c.
extra, not including t -legraphic erve v.:-.
The company, will, wli:.n ,.I' l ,:, .,:- (
liver messagesa on Sunday, ut cannot be
i'- outji lile forfailure to do s. o
W. A. EMMONS. Gen'l Mgr.


BUSINESS DIRECTORY,
W. A. EMMONS,
Deputy Circuit Court Clerk and No-
tary Public for the Stateate at Large; has
jurisdiction to administer oaths, take
affidavits, legalize acknowledgments,
etc., anywhere in Florida. Special at-
tenrion given to land conveyances and
to marriage services, and license issued
to lawfully qualified parties. Office at
the PUOYu Office, St. Andrews Bay.

DR. J. J. KESTER,
iloniiepathic Physician and Ac-
coucher. Office Pioneer Drug Store,
corner of Shell avenue and Michi-
gan street,
Si. Andrews Florida
DR. W. P. MITCHELL,
I'liii- 'in and Dri;::'il, Commerce st.,
east P, .% \ \C ; tie-r,. his professional
services to the citizens of St. An-
drews and vicinity. Residence on Buena
Vistl. avenue.

0. H. ORIPPEN.
Notary Public"
Willattend n'rormpfly-to aTl liusinessde-
niawdir i,;,. attention. Oftice on lav-
tiew -I reI, one block northeast of T
0 Danford's store


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W H-. ELLIS.
1M.L. WILLIAMS
For Congressman-First District,
S, M. SPARKMAN.
For State Senator,
S GEN. WILLIAM MILLER.
For Representative,
S. W. ANDERSON.
For Clerk of the Circuit Court,
iW. C. LOCKEY.
For Tax Collector,
A. Q. JONES.
For Tax Assessor,
J. W. WILLIAMS.
For Treasurer,
N, J. DAWKINS.
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J. A. McKEITHEN.
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W. T. HORN.
Fur L'Luu Lj. JIdi-,
J.~:'L.., W\LL.,,
iV'. L. /iuiN.
For School Commissioners.
G. B. BUSH,
E. SINGLETON,
N B. HAYS.

The Puzzled Ce>sus Taker.
"Got any boys?" the marshal said
To a lady from over the Rhine;
And the lady shook hei flaxen head
And civilly answered "Nein."
"Got any girls?" the marshal said
To the lady from over the Rhine;
And again the lady shook her head
And civilly answered, "Nein."
"But some are dead?" the marshal said
To the lady from over the Rhine;
And again the lady shook her head
And civilly answered' "Nein"
"Husband, of course?" the marshal said
To the lady from over the Rhine;
And again she shook her flaxen head
And civilly answered, "Nein."
"The devil you have!" the marshal said
To the lady from over the Rhine;
And again the lady shook her head
And civilly answered "Nein."
"Now what do you mean by shaking
your head
And always answering 'Nine?' "
"Ich kann nickt Englisch, civilly said
The lady fram over the Rhine.
-John G. Saxe.

"Arms and the Man."
My love and I quite well agree,
I humor her, she humors me,
And thus we rarely quarrel, you see,
Her temperament's entranced me;
Our course of love so smoothly runs,
We're happyquite 'neathb nor,-.hiV suns,
But often in the twill-ht dunr .
She's up in arms against me.
You see through bustling length of days
We keep the tenor of our ways,
We still the lilt of loving lays
Since Cupid's not abetting;
Yet when I call at eight or nine,
She's utin arms! But why repine?
I'm well content-since arms'are mine
There's naught to be regretting
-Roy Farrell Greene.
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Unanswered Letters.
They haunt me in my waking hours,
They follow me through all my
dreams,
When the last ray of sunlight dies,
When the first morning sunlight
beams; ,
cannot drive them from my mind,
I think of them by day, by night,
'hey make my life a wretched grind,
Those letters that I ought to write.
*Why don't you write them, then?"
you ask;
To tell the truth, I do not know.
t would be better far, of course,
No longer to be haunted so;
3ut somehow I neglect them still,
Neglect them daily, though they
blight
Iy weary life, and always will-
T.ose letters that I ought to write,


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tiy it-l- i tiik it; lur itheicC \a: lisk
and I knew the old doctor would rat-
me soundly if lie found it out; but
was determined to try it.
Waiting until I was sure the coas
was clear, I stepped softly into Ilih
hall; and ascended the stairs, though
with much difficulty. I was sooi
enjoying the forbidden pleasure o
breathing the free air, untainted witl
the fumes of the nauseous drugs tha
had been dealt out to me, with at
unsparing hand, all through the long
cold winter.
How exhilarating! I wondered tha
I hae been kept housed so long. 1
gave me new strength, new life, anm
:i new love for the all-wise Creator o
tliij dpiThtfe I. natmn spli h re.
'I .k .e dom rT' poiin tihe gril,-ip
yqung ladies who were sporting o0
the lawn. Jennie Magrair was there
the daughter of my host, the onl1
woman I had ever loved. But I wa
nothing to her. She knew not how
I worshipped her, and I should keel
my secret well, for she was betrothe(
of Gerald Macburn. How I enviet
him, and perhaps hated him a lit
tie, for 1 knew that he had not won
her love. She had pledged her hand
to save her old father from pove,ty
She had consented to the sacrifice and
Macburn was satisfied. Yet I cou'c
.not quench my love, and my near
gave a little throb as I looked at hel
for the fist time in many months.
Turning away, I tried to banidl-
the painful, hopeless thoughts thai
had been awakened.
Adjusting the telescope, I took a
survey of the farming and wood land
that stretched away to the east for
many miles. I caught sight of two
men whom I recognized as Gerald
Macburn and John Layton. They
were evidently in search of game, foir
it was a wild, out-of-the-way place
where they were, a thicket of hazel
brush bordering on a dense wood and
each of them carried a rifle.
The glass was small, yet a very
superior instrument. and I could see
them very plainly, nont. ith-itan .li
the distance,.
.. presume I slion1.1 nnvTr.'
no more about their. Ih- I nI. kr,%.i, ii
that, but a few moinitih before, Ievy.
were bitter enemies. I oi.i:.luIe.
how the reconciliati-.n Ih.i been e.i
fected, Surely not by Macburn, for
he was a proud, overbearing man, the
last person to acknowledge an error.
Layton I knew but little about.
While puzzling my brains with
these thoughts, I had unconsciously
moved the glass to keep them within
range. I saw them stop, and I knew
by their motions that they were an-
gry. I became interested. 1 could
see them so distinctly that I found
myself listening to catch their words.
I could sae their lips move, and 1 saw
John Layton's clenched hands. He
was evidently much excited, but he
did not offer to strike; and if one can
judge by sight alone, he was inclined
to avoid an altercation, while Mac-
burn appeared to s eek a quarrel.
For fully five mnitutes they stood
I here gesticulating vghenaently.
They were some distance apart, Lay-


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as i,.A t all a dit l. T.j C nil\ liee
e myself, I inquired i Jlolai La3 ton.
S "He is--no ouine ,iws iowher," re-
plied Harry; "L'iuov are teu weak
to either talk i lienu."
"No, I im ,'d, Hatry; tell me
about it." 1
lie yet hesitated but I urged him
f and he yielded.
"John Layton iap[pearo.l a week
t ago," said he. kbcuoded is the
better word, for took with him
quite au amount iumniey belonging
to his father. Ti old gentleman is
t very i.'.)th, andi liused every means
t to find him, but1a not succeeded.
Fanny Miortoun-tl were to be mar-
f ried soon, you kni-is almost crazy
about if.- and wi not believe that
U .i .1 .. r., -n
A r, A l s a )oll it.
But, speaking of g did you...
, i ange, 1 did you
know that Gerald burn and Jen-
ny Magrair are to b narried tomor-
ibu narried tomor-
ro w?"
"John L.yton iilai," said ,
I without aulldI.riug his question,
though it had .sent am u my heart,
aim to my heart
that was ageily to e is dead
Harry Wilmot."
Harry gazed at i. .
"There, Fred, I i, in ly.-
d he. -ouldn'. talk any
more, said he. '" v
yet. Try and ee weak
"You think 11
Hary?" iu still crazy,
Harry?"
*'Don't Fred, dor I you expect
to get off this sick t, y
more reasonable." you must
My question \ t
turned my face todt answered.
to determine in al, and tried
,vn mind wheth--
er I was sane or H. mi t, ,.
"i. 'My thoughts
went back to that .." 1 da h
had allured me to iful day that
S embe d e n housetop, and
I remembered e b I
could not tell that.hig; but I
lusion ot a disorde it was not an
Ad brain. I went
to sleep thinking I en
k ; it; and when I
awoke tihe sun was n
ry, whio had bee g down. Ha-
eep, had just ret out during my
'ned, and his en-
trance probably wad
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I"e.Wrai ,tter io, ask-
.aI C -e: l a Inh .,.t. IT '.
ti e talked a t tlg i i I
et, a the n 1 atb-
IAl..tly aked hi t f he would giants
me one favor on th(
"Certainly, Fre .
h li it is not ask-
ing too much, it notask
"It will bo quite
.s I j, though none
S less i iant% \\ ill you prom-
isu to carry outi, die"tions faith-
fully."
'If reaional le, But couldn't
you postpone itr a day? You
know the wedding off tmor-
row."
"Not an hour 1J 1
a i, r, after sunrise
ia the moinig; ,


"- *,di it snoula boe
done tonight, if it lVeie not too late."


hear what. it i," with a
We l.thd he, with a
smile that gavitla to understand
that he thought i wasnot
-l y head was not
quite leyel y.dt.
I did not toll lhirit
S the ci IMa I had seen
froul' the ,l 1 did not con-
sider myself Lu l l idnotcoil-
Si.t to make an


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in.,i ilit I ,Iil y hii ,i i.lhnit if a in\ ni I-
had left the house since dayligiht.
Thiere had not, and I sent for l-Harry
at once. He entered, laughing.
"What is up, now, Fred? Can't
you allow me time to relieve this ter-
rible gnawing at my stomach?"
"No, Harry; vyou have not a mo-
inent to lose. It is a case of life and
death; of misery ir happiness. lon1
may be too late, even now, and do
hurry."
"Wull, here goes," said he, just a
little impatiently, I thought; but 1
soon had the satisfaction of hearing
the party leave the house.
Gerald Macburn was to he married
at nine o'clock, and at ten they were
I'i itait on thei, ni ldiln tg r., Thi.,
a .IJ -,aste. 1 I ,t-
was guilty, as I firmly believed, I
wished to prevent the marriage, or at
least to arrest him before he stopped
aboard the train.
1 hardly know how I passed the
time till Harry's return, i was so im-
patient. I heard the carriages of the
guests drive up to the door, and I
could faintly hear the hum ot prepar-
ation below; and then the old town
clock, striking the hour of eight,
startled me. Only one hour longer,
and Harry had not returned. What
if he had missed the spot? What it
he should be too late? Nothing but
doubts of my sanity prevented me
from sending for Squire Magrair, and
telling him all.
I watched the little hands of the
clock; and for once they went too
fast. I could almost see them move.
Twenty--twenty-five--thirty min-
.utes past.eight, and would he never
come! Yes, thank God! I henrd the
gallop of a horse on the graveled
road; and in a thoment more Harry
entered the house flushed with ex-
citenment.
"What did you find, Harry?
Quick! quick!"
"The body of John Layten!"
"I knew it, Harry! I saw the deed
I saw the murderer; But there is no
time to luse. The wretch must be
euiel before it is too late. Bring
i{a-gistat andi aui officer as quick
ia y-uit c-an. Do it secretly, or he
niay take fright and slip away.
Quch, Hairy! for God's take, don't
be too late!"
Once more I heard the clatter of
his horse's hoofs as he dashed away.
He was not long away, and he
brought with him the old doctor, who
was also a justice, while an officer
entered by the back door, and adroit-
ly made his way to my room, unob-
served.
I made my deposition, tle warrant
was issued and handed to the officer,
and he went secretly down the stairs
to make the arrest. He was not a
moment too soon, nor too late, and
he laid his hand on Gerald Mqcburn's
shoulder just in time to prevent Jen-
ny Magrair from becoming the wife
of a murder.
Macburn was tried, convicted and
executed. My tessinmony was (suffi-
eient, for the power of the telescope
was tested, proving bayona a doubt
that I had been an eye-witness to the


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announced to the first man he met
"Well, there goes the president now,"
said the man addressed, .pointing to
the president's retreating for'r. .n
"Dern my time" ilie yqung man
o4aculated. "He walks just like any
other man," and the fellow struck out
so that he could get, close enough to
see the president well


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switch protect, divthe line from the wn
ter. Andup is only due to this method
that a traiu ever gets over the mousn

construct tedboth sides of the mountain throw
line winds down In a succession ot
wid ing curves to lessen the grade
stunning off from the railway arn
switches, which, diverging from the
grade, It h run upinto the hillspurs and grad




uamo mentum a ttained InIts descent will
switchbacks, as they are called, are sc
constrAlced that they can be thrown
fromotv ny point on the grade. And if
Strain rcaks in two while asengines ending
the steep rade the runaway cars cap.
be switched on to one of these spurs
whut a rhe breakaway finally. 1,129. She had






hauled to Grand Junction far repairs. th
momentum attained In its descent will
take It.
"All passedvy trans have an extra oex-
comotlve before the grade Is tackled
Tpress, I heard helper engines and
T -tul" tl 111 ,='." ul-t' **n~ll; '-- it *.nctl 6li..
or tir, r a'illi al i rl t id .i ([*uru up.
the long gra got word from Clear Creelek. There
Creews a town in the western valley.
that!the 9:20 freight would be 80 minpull-

u Inteste on account of have bing to pulw-
bureds out her flues and had to be
hauled to Grand Junction for repairs.
"That night about 10 o'clock, after 1
had passed down the Salt Lake ex-
press" I heard the freight coughing up
the long grade from Clear Creek. There
was a snowstorm raging, and the wind
howled around the station like the
during aschlf. When the overdue 9:20 pull
ed Into the shelter of the big snowthe rails
sheds on the wind swept summit, thet
first speeding I asked was, 'Where'a the
dead engine n loose and was tear-
Ing dowehind the doghouse to shouted the
'con.' But an I held my lamp above
my ead I failedthe to see it. I was just
about to call his attention to It when,
during a lull In the storm, we plainly
heard the familiar rattle of the rails
as the runaway engine flew at light-
niheardng speed down the mountain. No.
1,129 had broken loose and was tear-
ing down the grade to destruction.m
"I jumped and pulled the lever which
opened the spu sheswitche. This I
knew would prevent a smashup, as the
engine would run up on the switchback
and come to a stop. But I was too
late. Almost at the same instant I
threw the lever a terrific explosion was
heard from far down the mountain,
The runaway had exploded."
"I thought you said a moment ago,
Mr. Alquist," Interrupted The SImi--
tar man, "that the locomotive was a
'dead one?' If she had no fire under
her boiler, how could she ex lode?'
"That wasmtn the only thing i, eIquldn't
understand mysert," the rallsroair man
replied. "I could easily see r ow the
dead engine could break lobe onr that


howling bl'Izzard, but the explosion
floored me. The only theory which In
any way solv ed the mystery was that
pressed air.
"You see, When the engine broke
loose from the fright and started
down te mountain the pistons In the
cylinders began to acdt as air com-
pressors. During the rough trip up
her throttle probably jarred open, and
as the speed increased with every rev-
olution of her drivers her boiler soon
filled with compressed air. It was not
long before those flying pistons had
worked up a pressure of nearly 500
pounds to the square Inch, which came
Sin faster than it could escape by the
safety valve, and before the old ma-
chine reached Clear Creek her boiler
let go,"--Memphis Scimitar.

Wanted to See the President.
The Washington Star says that a big,

House the other day Just as the presi-
dent had gone out for a morning stroll.
"I wants ter see the president," he


So a srColds
Share noted for hanging on.
3 They we 'Ien your throat
Sand lungs, and lead to
_ serious s trouble.
Don't rifle with them.
. Take Scott's Emulsion at
once. It soothes, heals,
and cures. .
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Sh iidativ of "aiiutnug."-Cbth out atri
ea g1i-meatt.atVllbalg haunh
Caeites uic r desnif e a n iets l ln m ,.t .
Sot far as l ehave een able to matce-
taein tie causes of suicide in Chas p are
not, as lu Europe. profound 1' 'an-
cholia, heavy tlo.rss or disappointment
ri love, but chilony revenge andi the lfe-
sirte to intilic erious injury on another
Suicide enIableea Chinese to take f





truly torribe reyurpe tior n e bsie'vc
that his nSritd will maligunatly haunt
and iujure the living, ad the desire tu
save a suicide's life arises n most cases
not from humanity, but from the hopr i
of averting such a direful catastrophe.
If a master ,;.L. ud. his servant or.
makes him "lose face" or a shopkeeper





his assistant or apprentice, the sourest
revenge to die stoona the premises, for
not only involves the power of haunt-

renders It necessary i tba the body
should lie where death occurs until a
o-etal Inlury 1, -i'cdola. I thrLoheant. -a
ntO tgoe hase th -.dal aind turmoil th
of a visit fluor a *. ,itiwith a body v -
of officials anHeJa! fs 's ntths
It is qcul.tf n e.ndtq. eridman or wo.
ma.n pow --.g-to aathe rd of a -s...
person a ll- r r s, h" ciJe bfaf
grudge aud wa". rou gt of opitlun
there to ins'anr ith. .-irale rsultsil
--Mrs. Utshol u's "l'e Yangrte Valley
and Beyond." ti

A Street IFtt.
A young fellow on the South Side hb
a negro valet, an old fashioned south-
ero darky. "Here, Jeff, t want those
trousers cleaned and pressed todayt'h
he said. pointing to a rather loud strip
ed garment that Jei had long thad his
eyes oo "All right, sah," raid Jeff,
with a sigh.
Next morning Jeff brought the troyt
users back, with a big grease spot stl
prominent on one knee. "Cman't y
get that spot out?" said the owner o
the trousers. "No, sah."
"Did you try turpentinee" "oin de
Lawd, 1 done sacch brae e 'em witth
turpentine." A
"LiYs you try coal oil?" "Yes. aah,
po'ed a quart ob ile on 'em."
"Did you try a hot iron?" "Puto
nigh bu'nt 'em up!"
"Did you try benzine?" "Done trt<
benzine an kerosene, an all the other
sines, an 'tain't tech dat grease spot."
"Well, did you try 'em on?" queried
the master, with a twinkle in his eyes"
"Yes, sah," replied Jeff, with alacrity.
"an dey's a puffeect fit, grease spot an
all, eah."--Chicago Inter Ocean.
A Master of Silence.
Among the few who have a perfect
genius for silence is a certain welf
known artist whose reticence Is the
amusement aJd wonder of all who

A friend who niad droortf-. Into hfi"s


the artist's brother aliiartd In the
"Hollo, Tom!" soid (ih- t.rther.

"Hello, John!" returned Tomin. looking
up frou his ensel with a smile.
John wa.ndered about the room for 11
minutes, turned over his brother's lot-.
est wor4 :'nrl then, going toward ,ho
door,. stopped long enough t6 say,
"Well. goodby, Tom,u"
"Goodby, John," was the hearty re-
joinder.
Tom painted on for Bomer .mtnuteon
and then in an unwonted, burst of confif
dence he said warmly to ndtl amused
friend:
"I tell you, I was glail to see Johnt
Haven't seen him before for a month!"
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R T n E ALD RLI F T, D--.THE LEGATIONS

-Go to the Racket Store for ice # 1d i s Hostages in Uhina.
cream every day while the ice can be The latest tr,-ou China is a dis-
cra-ee.y-a-> '- had. patch that the foreign. legations were
-The L. B. Q will cure a cold in one still alive on the 24thl of July, but
;" day For sale at the Pioneer Drug that they are being held as hostages,
Store,
-,-A large partyof excursionists came the conditions for their liberation be-
down fronm Millville, Sunday, on the ing that the allied powers withdraw w
'-s tug, Lizzie Frank, to attend the after- their forces from Chinoe territory.
noon session of the Baptist Institute. Li Huing Chang was ordered to
N,.r..-lt I .:.rrd that tl-. A good big Tablet for 8e ts and a th allied
er ,1il i. th," a .0ily ,.,,. find it im- good thick school tabletwith 175 leaves lead the Ceetial against the allied
sihle Io .a.t.hicdul. timeit mutbe for10cts; all with handsome coversaud forces and he petitioned his govern-
ciatged toth," vleuieint hey do the best good, ruld pap.r, at. the BUOY office. ment. to retire him on account of old
fit --nn. -Our corres.puinid'lnt- ill please Dear age.
in mind that thAir fatorsnt,.it,it.be mailed .n
The o.tP.mn,.,er Alplha arrived from early enough to reach us not later than West Florida institute.
M.ble last 'rh lifay morning, and, Monday everling.;,iLh.:rikethey cannot Most of the ministers and deacons
taking on seveia' p.aspengers, pro- apnear in the current issue. comprising the above body, met in
needed -to Apalachicola and. Caira- -While bathing, near Gay, on North s..io here on Fiiday, July 27, and
belle. Bay, on Sunday, last a negro, t'h:e t d 1., y night, the
The sooner V min. Cawtord sail- name the Bnoy was unable to. l.ar i, tI d y night, the
Thess seized withcramp and druov. d hb- 29Ih..
ed on Wednesday of last week for fore assistance could reach him. lTheie were in attnlidaiic co tc'
Pensacola and rt the hour of the -Bring your ordinary school ink bot- W. A. Bryan, \\'. 1'1 1I I
3Buuy going to press she had not yet tle to the Buoy office eand for 5c get i Ben. Ultn, of t h
returned. filledwith Arnold's celebrated Chem- No
r et in t4 .l -I I d.', 1i. i i .K a i N xon of
The schooner Ariel sailed for Pen- .ad. it i, ,IN ;o,1--,' v,.nJaln ,f
'- --..- --- r I;I, -
Ii na i n e ur t.. t..\Ludi i L0V. l ;3uLJt i-tdi li S tetson U iveL ity, V,
Pensical1 yr'e,ateal ^y oo nilg with a Point, at Sc. per dozen; also map ot the i'. etinir
cri,.lato cargo ,,f iftal stl'reS. St. Andrews Bay country on back of a la egt sisters i .
conllto ca o letter sheet at 12c. per dozon, at the There were also the f,,lluwing dea-
BUOY office. cons present: Robert McColsky, W.
aol and t. A rew y -It you are thinking of buying prop- Lockey, P. L. Horn; ,Jese Sow-
EIEIUIIT AND PASSEfGER LINE, erty in St. Andrews or immediate vi- and J. S. Walsing-
PACKET SChOONE cinity, you cannot afford to purchase ell of West Bay, and J. S. Walsin-
PACKET SCHOONER until you have conferred with the pro- liani of Anderson.
A.R I EL] prietor of the BuoY. If you are short of Two of the ministers on the pro-
Si C. GwALTEY, MASTER- money and *ant to buy on longtime for gram were absent on account of sick-
AND actual settlement you can be accommo- guess.
PACKET 'SCIOONER dated. The entire program was executed
E L A N C H E -It is not always to-the one that The entire program was execute
J.BT.GWALTNEV ASTER plants the seed or who tills the soil in a most satisfactory manner.
Make reguA-r trips etwen MAt. R that the Buoy is indebted for fine The services were hold in the Pies-
dfrews Bay and Pensacola. Freight and products incident to the season, for W. byterian church, because the Baptist
Passenger traffic solicited and courteous H. Parker, the popular merchant of church was too small tu accouimndate
and car ,ful attention assured. Parker has presented the editor with a
aPPatrons entiusti.g either the lendid larg watermelon, as good as the large congregations.
Ariel or th Blanchewith freight must splendid large watermut there was a very sweet and
umoet the captain art the boat or make ar- tho .best, and no one accuses him of ut there was a very sweet ad cf
rangenicits *,ith some business house tearing up the turf. The gift was melt- elective service in the Baptlst church
having a wh-arf to receive the same. ing and delicious and none-the less ap- on Sunday afternoon in tile interest
PACKETrSCH1Op NER! preciated because the donor acquhed it ot the new building for the Baptists
1PACKET SCi OONEI in the way of trade.wh the ugegatiovisit
BIATrIJ. --"Through the months of June and whih the congegatio visited
Leaves St. Andrews Bay every Tuesday, July our baby was teething and took a the vey eligible and beautiful loca
leaves Pensacola every Friday, running off of the bowels and sickness lion for the new Baptist church, an(
(weather permitting). Special atten- of the stomach," says 0. P. M. Holli- much help and interest was secured
lion will be given to receiving and i
forwarding freight tor narlies living on day of Deming, Ind. "His bowels would 'le intres. manifested by boti
Eastaiiid North Bay, passengerss for move from five to eight times a day. I e ierstitute d b
points on either arm of the Bay can had a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic,the members of the l Istitute a.d b2
depend upon securing prompt trains- Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy in the the ople in attendance was vetr
further inforatonapplyats. For house and gave him four drops in a tea- satisfactory, and evidently this ses
L. M. WARE, Agt. spoonful of water and he got better at sion was quite a success.
once." Sold by L. M. Ware, St. An- Rev. W. A. Bryan is the president
NA IHTUA LAU.CH, drews and Bayhead and all medicine aid bev. W. P. Richardson the sec
LURLINE dealers.
SU ID. M Ne i, -l-A want that has long been felt on dietary, both of Chipley.
1A.... ,A- -. D. 1. WrJ'lL St. Andrews Bay-that of A iidcent Tho West Florida Baptist Associ
Carries the East Bay Mail between t t"-)--d inhis profess.6,, i- uw aiu nI, con-gItulato litll on lIav-
Andrews Bay, Wetappo and inernedi- s .. tih pr
,t. I,,,i,hI p1.....A..- .. .i,. _, -. ha pp ly u app l ied in th e ., 'pi of ti r ..I ,l .ii,. ,,,,L .L. . *1 'u~ *i.~


WK pu ,at, -*I r *IP.Il lt,
a p. ai, I .u p ,; .,u .,, I. t...li ",41
7:30 ). i. Maltjes landlig regularly :,I
iH1irrison, Cromainlo, I' Pi. ltts-
-"- .illI lindt
e -
D I i.i, i LI, ,)li |r i.. lur.

A Week's 'Weather.
The following tablh gives the maxi-
mum, minimum and mnean tempera-
tures, the rainfall and direction of thc
wind, for the twenty-four hours ending
at 7 o'clock p. min., as indicated by U. S.
government self-registering thermom.
eters. Max:Min. Mean. l'n W'd
July 23 91 70 80 .00 sw
26 93 73 83 .00 sw
4a 27 91 73 82 .11 s
28 91 74 82 .08 Sw
29 92 75 84 .00 w
30 93 "79 86 .00 sw
31 95 7T 85 .26 sw
Forweek...-92 I 73 | 82 i .45 1

Parker Lodge No. 142

-/Regular ommuni-
'-i7. f .\ nations on tlhe first
GN a-..- and third Saturday
in each month.
SVisiting Brothers
FRATERNALLY INVITED.
W. H. PARKER, W. M.
W. A. EmmoNs, Secretary

Phtladelphini's Big ClocLk.
The clock on the PhhIadelIphia city
1nall is the I,'. I. -1 in thie world. It
has tl.- lur. dials. It rh. ,.. i. were
out of the way and tia':-. were laid,
two taiT!'.iu p-. [s vach other run-
WSang tlrougU, brl,. Ltl. 4 "J he *, 1.i.s lu
the f, Tr f-aie.-- t-" i-lui.t .Il il ;'>e '\y I
ton of centent. The glass, if laid ob the
ground. would nlmke' a walk a .-iuarir
tog Hand ten tfet wide. The tuinut.,
hand will tiniah each year's journey by
'Jiimhpl-i l. a 110 mile trip. It Is ex-
p,.'ted Ill this minute- hand will
travel 110 miles annually for many
yards to come. -Tha clock is strong,
and the minute hand is phosphor
bronze and weighs 250 pounds.
Sapie ew lau.
When ink has been spilled, the first
thing to do Is to remove as much of
the liquid as possible with a damp
cloth. Then dip a clean rag Into some
lkinmmed milk and sponge the stain.
The cloth and milk must be clean for
each application. A little benzine or
ammonia will remove any grease
which the milk may make.
Prevented a Tragedy.
Tium.-ly information given Mrs.
.;,.,',.-.. Inn-. of New Straitsville, Ohio,
prevented a ] d-a.Iful triac:cy and saved
two lives. .\ f'rightfil ,'oi.h had long
kept her aw.ikt v.,ery ,niht. She had
tried many remedies and doctors bbft
steadily a'rew worse until urged to try
Dr. King's New Discovery. One bottle
W uo 1,% cured her, and she writes this
marvelous n>etli.-iu. also cured Mr.
Lon, of a severe attack of pneumonia.
S'ulCh cures are positive proof of the
matchless merit of this grand remedy
for curing all throat, chest and lung
trouble-. Only 1We and $1.00. Every
-bottle guaranteed. Trial bottles f.'e
at all drug stores.


l-.I l ia l ailldlat t- t e. l i.. -la'i \V il- u B.\I'
and Farkur hlis plaw i L-a9ilI- nc(-cc.
i ble either by boat or team and here h
has his office fitted up with an elegar
d dental chair and all the morernl'appl
ances incident to his profession, an
being expert in their use, he may I
employed with the utmost confidence
inhis superior workmanship.
"My baby was terribly sick with tihe di
arrhoea," says J. H. Doak, of William;
Oregon. "We were unable to cure hil
with the doctor's assistance, and as a la,
resort we tried Chamberlain's Colii
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. I ai
happy to soy it gave immediate relic
and a complete cure." .or sale by L. A
Ware, St. Andiews and ,Baybead and al
medicine dealers.

A Golf Outrage.
The Earl of Wemyss was on a Fif<
golf course not long ago, accompanied
by an old caddie. His lordship goe
his ball on one occasion so near th(
hole that to play it" was, as it appeared
to him, superfluous. So heAsimply tip.
ped it In with the toe of his boot.
The caddie revolted instanter, threw
down the clubs and looked horrified.
When he found words to speak, it was
to say, "Hang it, me lord, gowf's
gowf!"
MilInais and Newman.
The author of the life of Millais
tells the following anecdote: When
Cardinal Newman came to sit to the
artist ~flb his portrait, he asked where
he Was to pose.
"Oh, your eminence, on that emi-
thence, if you please," ioQwi-re( SFir
John, peniling to the mod,- 'I. l and
seeing bim ia.-lihatiung. ad'ld. J .'mine
Sjpii un aijll : l... a y ._
Hli- "Dear Old Ji.iai.*
"Corbett is iimy fri. nu] on., h,.n.fa,
tor," says Mr. Jeffrl-s "'I av.t ,.0i. i
his sparring partner, and I,,- Itr':tLt
me as a gentleman. lleuce I have
gladly agreed to fight him as a return
for favors. I am bound by all the ties
of friendship and gratitude to give
him a chance to fight me." Was there
ever such a touching instance of devo-
tion? Mr. Jeffrie.s will reward his old
patron and benefactor by beating him
into pulp and knocking his head off.
One can fancy him saying, as he puts
his terrible right Into his friend's ribs,
"Dear old Jim!"- Kansas City Star.
The Billing and COontg.
Uncle George--You do not appear to
think it necessary to spend so much
time at home as you did when you
were first married. I suppose the bill-
ing and cooing are all over now..
Harry--There doesn't seem to be
much of a let up in the billing, and,
as for the cooing, I am dreadfully
afraid of it. It is sure to mean a new
hat or a new gown or a new some-
thlng.-Boston Transcript.

Letting Well I Inough Alone.
Bobbs-I see that a man has Invent-
ed a typewriter that you just sit down
and talk to and It -writes out every-
fhiii you soy.
Dobl)s--I guess I'll keep mine. She
doesn't write everything I say, and I'm
gind of it.-Baltimore American.


-, .-- .1 [ IC ..a I- '-A- . ...1 A --i -0-p
m iliitlr ald tiWe i te Lo.t ailt > ki ll
among the people.
The lectures on the centennial cel-
ebration, or 100 years of Baptist his-
tory and missions, were especially in.
teresting and helpful.
The Institute passed resolutions of


thanks for the generous hospitality
of the people,' and for the use of the
Presbyterian chu.Ich.
Bismarck's Iron Nerve
Was the result*of his splendid health
Indomitable will aud trem ndouscner-
gy are not found where the stomach
liver, kidney and bowels are out of or-
der. If you want these qualities and
the success they bring, use Dr. King's
New Life Pills. They develop every
power of brain and body. Only 25c at
all drug stores.
London's Great Ciock.
Whatever complaints may be made
against the tone of Big Ben, the fa-
mous London clock-and musicians say
it Is a terribly bad "E," at any rate-
every one will acknowledge that the
clock in the house of commons tower
is a wonderful timekeeper, not vary-
ing a second in time all the year
through. The mechanism for setting
in motion the massive hammer which
brings out the tone of Big Ben's 10
ton'bell is very interesting. The strik-
ing machinery is driven by weights of
about a ton and a' half, which hang on
a shaft 17-1 feet deep, and It Is so ar
ranged that after the chimes are over
the :iniuma.r falls on the big bell with
in one second of Greenwich mean
time.


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p affections of the womb or ovaries often
S--.r. ip -ln.- ,i-i...-.-. Prevent suffering 1

@. F. P.
(Gerstle's Female Panacea)
i CtRED 1 TAI T OOL LE ANi DROPSY.
A fow weeks before our second child was born,
Three years ago, my wife ha local dropsy very bad.
SWe had two good doctors with her hut she was not
relieved. Her mind became affected and we sent
her to the asylum at Bolivar, Tenn., and at the end
of four months we brought her home sound and
well. But last summer Just before our third child
was born, the dropsy again appeal-ed and we were
very uneasy about her. We gave her O. F. P. and Ii
i am giad to say the dropsy disappeared and she Is
e nodl and will, and has a lne healthy boy baby.
SJoue., Tenn. D.E. MNEILL
Try G: F. P. at once. It will make you
strong, vivacous,. regular and cure you of
anyform *I i-m" i-.' weakness.
PRICE $1.O0 A BOTTLE.
Write to onr LADIES HEALTH CLUR In charge of
ladies exclusively. Explain all about your case and
thi-y will advise you fullv on how to resan your
health Address, 's-A.l8 HEALTH CaLW. ll
o L. Ger.tle Co., Chattanooga, Tenn.



W. 0. BUTLER,
Attorney at Law,
CI T EYour ru ist does not haCOUNT, FLA
him to send r it. otherwise Collectnd s yiours order
and 1.00 and we will especially you direct.
in a:li a Sp~ecialty.


By J



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While


Ortuo May Be Made



liciously Investing in



NlG STOCKS!



they are Low in Price.


ei ially IaI ti.I selh'enii..n u thie most


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selnd 0onlth 10 lalt.,st llfll,,i atiiill

concerning any





H STOCKS!


Reioi er that I have no axes to

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f vice at all times.


My Business is Strictly


-- Aam.miein ,innemae


-- 1'.'lJ ... -


I MAKE A SPECIALTY OF


I'IlDEND PAYING STOCKS!

ALSO



PRO C IcVE DIVIDEND PAYERS!
91


Wend
Which


the Purchase of any Stoci until I am aso1utely


satisMle that it has


LYESTIONA1RT.T MERIT!



My "Iekiy Market Letter"


ailed Free to Any Adddress upon

Request-


BEIJC REFERENCES FURNISHED!











E. W. Young,



BA1IER ANDI BROKER,



361 McComick Building, Salt Lake City, Utah.


Mellber of American Bankers' Association.

SALT AKE STOCK AND MINWIG EXCHANGE.


R. F. BRACKIN. I C.ASIT SrTO ,EI I W. L. L1t.\CKIN.

R. F. iRACKIN & SON
DEALERS IN

DRY, ?:TiONS, EOOTS and SHOES,


Groceries,
Laces,
Twin anl Salt,
Grain,


UC -l1 I, Hats and Caps.
Embroideries, Queensware,
hardware, Sl-ip ChandlT .


Feed,


SALES.
1888-
1889-
1890-
1891
1892
1893
1894
1895
1896
1897
1898
1 800


Paints and Oils.


| PROSPERITY

CANNOT

THRIVE |
S ON T

G0 REDIT1


Our Incrase in Business Promv This Beyoud the S w of a

d ---'Iijy liverc. at -Any F'sfbfffcac
SA'D y,

We Lea ers Try to Follow!
R. F. BRACKIN & SON.

SALESMEN WANTED!

Good Wages and Regular Employmemt!
For Good, Live, Energetic, Competent Salesmen, Apiply for terms.
We will have for fall of 1900 and spiinf of 1901
AN IMMENSE STOCK
Of Apple, Pear, Peach, Plum, Apricot, Cherry, Grapes, Etc.,
Also Small Fruit, Shade and Ornamental Trees, Ro-es, Etc.
We do a General Nursery Business. and make a specialty of wvl..l.-.allng
to large planters direct at low prices W rite fir i.l.cl.<.le i.ric.list.
Address CEDAR HILL NURSERY & ORCHARD CO.,
Winclaester, Idrii .fc.

RACKET STORE!

Corner of Bayview and Wyomin: venues on Bay Front.
Glassware. Tinware and Notions!
What you can't find at any other Store, come to tile R A C K E T
S T O R E and got.
Bread, Pies and Cakes, Specialties.
J. GODARD, Propriet.r.


THE POPULAR


PESACOLA, Fla, Opposite Waiting om om Union Depot,
Is the Piace for Passenger c G+n--to and from
ST. AND-R 'WS BAY.
C'cI -' .\l! TTerims Reasonable!


__ .. . .... . .. .. .. ... .. . ... ,i i .... .
Captain, JAs. E.CLARK.



255 Tons Burden. Passenger Capacity 50

ASSE:] 7 1ATIECS:


Mobile
ii


to St Andrews Bay and
t .. .Cronanton .....
Apalachicola......... 7
Carratelle ............ 8


EAST BO'JND.


00 St Andrews Bay to Apalachicola.. 2 50
00 Carrabelle..... 3 0
00 Apalachicola to Car.rat.il........ 7
WEST BOUND.


LEAVE. ARRIVE.
5th 15thand 25th at7 p.mm...........Mobile............12th, 22d ad and a.m.
7th. 17thand27th p.m... \St AndrowsBay.... .11th, 21stand 1st a.m.
S.....Cromanton..... t a
8th, 18th and 28th a.m..........Apalachicola........11th, 21st and lst'p. m
ARRIVE. LEAVE.
9th, 19th and 29th a.m...........Carrabelle.... 10th, tt(i, afd :11111inoaon
Connects at Apalachicola with steamers up CbutrtahiuLhee River. ,1
Carrabelle with ,. T. & G. Railroad for Tallahassee.
For further information, freight rates and special rates for la-L,' partlic.s
Address, CAPT. jAS. CLARK, Mobile, Alabama.


The Bell Mare. lindoo Confeetionery.
Ill tempered old horses delight to at- Like the American girls. Hlndoo girls
tack very young foals and will kill are passionately fond of sweet thilugs.
them If perniitt(d. Mules have the Oie of their candles-sandu-ls very
same cheerful habit, unless they are much like our plain sugar candy. It lei
under the Influence of "the bell mare." made of sugar and milk and flavored
She Is the queen of the berd-a kindly with attar of roses. Budidhlkabal. or
creature who has grazed and fed with hair of L Iude., Is pne of thc.ir most
iiaa' wearing a tinkling bell Oitw.isLr Poprir sweetmpents. Tt Is so cnhaild be-
tac..i: I n -h a in iujb e ,,' f any- t_ :-e t Is 1 u w ue Iong strings lille er-
a"'l r ri II.. i -. f ULi.h, fu je at- 1 I t .. mg n -
tack. If she suniffs tohiw -ance, they pass eC:., I ..t I iu':a~i' uil, l hi.o h Is 1 ex-
it biy. In all things they obey her ab- c'vdiigly rich. The vw.,rin.n 'pas -os0t
Jecey.t of 'their time uri.ug eandy anad iasiip.
Back In the old days, when horses Ing.
and mules thrui-,u-moit the southwest o t
went to market in droves, the rough 1)Do our lvet Ache and llurn?
riding highwayman of that epoch al- Shake into your shoes All-i,'.. FikA-
ways tried to capture "the bell" and Ease, a powder for the iFt.. ]t ,.,,,i
make off with it, knowing that nothing the feet and makes tsbght' '" sc.l,'i
feel easy. "iru., corns, htiai)UnS. stil-
could keep the drove from following. len, smarting, h,i, c-llho s,-or and
Similarly, drovers tried always to save sweating feet. Allen',. Poot-Ease re-
"the bell." She was led, never ridden, lives all pain and gives rest and com-
so that In event of attack she might fort. 1"% L havo',ui':r lS11,11l11 testiioniall.
be fresh for a game run. A light lad It cures while you walk. Try it TODAY.
led her-the owner or chief drover All druggists and sho,- sitoret sell it,
brought up the rear. The lad had 25c. Sample sent FtLEE. AddressAlI-
strict orders at the first sign of trouble Ien S. Olmstead. Le Roy, N. Y.
to go his very best, caring for nothing -I
but "the bell." V 1 IU INI ( 'OLLEG E
For YOUN O ADIES,
There Is none made so great but he R'iunolce, 1t.
may both need help and service and Opens Sept. 18th, 1900. -440o ao'ibe
stand In fear of the power and un- leading Schools for Ya.hig L',t-iis i lie
kindness even of the meanest of mor- Soutl. MI'I" iict buildings, alln i,-
ern impiovemcnit-.. Canipi ten acres,
talks. Grand nmountain ..I..l- iL i, Valley ofVa.,
famed for health. European anid Ameri-
Tle laws of health require that the ciie tea.hies. Full course. Superior ad-
bowels move once acal, day and one of vainititgs in Art, Music anid Eloctution.
the penalties for violating this law is Stuients from thirty.-1tates, For cata-
piles Keep vour bowels regular by tak- logues address MTE p. oanoke,
ing a dose of Chamberlaini's Stomaclb and
Liver Tablets when necessary and you PARKER'S
will never have that severe punishment N HAIR BALSAM
inflicted upon you. Price, 25 cents. For TM5". adi td'las r oth .
NPer ail.l to Reffora er.
sale by L. M. +V'We, St. AId rews aanld Iit to fs veYutharal olor.
y 'l Cais r Ip l -ra a & a.r taling.
Blayheadl andii all inm clime aditeI s5. / aSn ,,,di r a4
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for any case of Catirrh that cannot I)
cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F. J. CHENEY&CO., Props., Toledo,O.
We the undersigned, have known F. J
Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe
him perfectly honorable 'it all business
transactions and financially able to carry
out any obligations imadel by their firm.
West & Traux, Wholesale D uggists,
Toledo, 0.
Walding, Kianan & Marvin,
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, 0.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally,
aeling directly upon the blood amd inmu-
cous surfaces of the system. Price, 75c.
per bottle. Sold by all druggists, Testi--
monials, free
Hall's Family Pills are the best.

A New Sensation.
If you want to enjoy a new sensa-
tion, tell a man you have heard some-
thing about him. He will think it is
something mean, of course, for a man
Sever hears anythlug else. Then tell
him something pleasant.. He will glow
like a schoolboy, and both of you will
feel bh-tter all day. Don't tell people
S the mean thugs you hear about itheni.
That sla Inexcuable.-Acbisun a lube.

: A Valuable Face.
Jewett--Cutter has a terribly cadav-
Srous appearance. He Is not possessed
of what would be classed a full counte-
Dance.
Morton-On the contrary, his Is a reg-
Ular hatchet face. But then he isn't
ashamed of that. He rather prides
himself upon It and for good reason.
A lasso was thrown over his head by
a cowboy out on the plains, but his
face was so sharp that It cut the rope
and so saved his life.-Boston Tran-
script.
Of Course.
Sadie was 11 and Alice was 7. At
lunch Sadie said: "I wonder what part
of an animal a chop Is. Is it a leg?"
"Of course not," returned Alice. "It's
the jaw bone. Haven't you ever beard
of animals licking their chops?"-
Youth's Companion.

Notice
Is hereby given to all parties holding
claims against the estate of Rt. E. How-
aid,. I ili of Washington county, deceased,
to present them to the undersigned ad-
Ininistratrix within twelve months hereof
or the same will be barred by the statute
of limitations. LOTTA Pro)OiKF
[L m'-'- l I .*rl 2> 33~ 'huh ,\.l1 i; ,lit .1, ,


e( coiluiins frunm his peun while lie wa
sojourning in mJamaica and Puierti
Rico during the past two years. I
will be lnemembeiod also i,, iliat hie wa
Sir<.strated while at til latter place
it being his second stroke of thie
rh'ead I paralysis.
lut little is known of his pa .t his-
tory. or where ho may have friends;
an examination of Ins effects howev.
or may throw some light "on his an-
tecedents. Het was evidently 70 ot
mioro yoars of age, tall and inuscular,
an i by appearance ought to have
lived many years, yet. HIe was bu-
ried Tuesday morning, Rev. Graham
conducting thie funeral mites. Peace
tois memory.

8TAYI
Stakr One word I must but mutter,
Speak it clear I dare not yet;
It the truth I could but uttnr,
-So T) lhe (udlUn 'ihti beset.
Strange beginning, stranger ending;
Love is wonted, love is strange.
When things seem beyond all mending,
Love can work a wondrous change l
Stayl I dare to speak It clearly,
Speak it straight from heart to heart.
Since we love each other dearly,
Who shall say that we must part?
Stay! For when these days are over,
When the mask of life is done,
Still shall lover call to lover,
"Two we are, but two in one."
-Walter Herries Pollock in Longman's Maga,
tine.

Bostona' Four Best Sayings.
A good deal Is to be forgiven Colonel
Higginson in view of his witty and
most admirable thrust at Henry James.
There are four mots upon which Bos-
ton particularly prides herself. Motley
made one of them, "Give me the luxu-
ries of life, and I will dispense with Its
necessities." Tom Appleton made an-
other, "Good Americans, when they
dIW, go to Paris." A lady, name with-
held, but quoted by Emerson, made
the third, "The consciousness of being
perfectly well dressed gives a feeling
of inward tranquillity which religion is
powerless to bestow." These three
have long been famous, but Higginson
matched the best of them when he re-
marked, "Henry James has been called
a cosmopolitan but lie isn't, since a
cosmopolitan is a man who Is at bome,
even in his own couutry."-New York
Mail and Express.


AND
CITY BAKERY!
Fresh Bread, Cakes and Choice
Pastry!
Always on lind.
Bayview Avenue, Second Door South of
Wyoming Ave.
FRANK HAIGHT, Mgr,

DR. W. SEATON,
D E N T I 8 T
East Bay, Opposite Cromanton,
Will Visit St. Andrews by Ap-
polintment.
COCAINE ADMINISTERED.


tef erue e-Awards c., r .rl.t EI -
Etlona and thoumI.na c.f '-rin.J.it I p i.lin.
Co'Irira llBusinesali coame iuoi. Illun Tul.
tion, Books and Bo' 1 i n fr.rni, al.uIm a 'i. i
SORTlHAND, TIPr. W ITI l TELIHIt DYHt.t 'l'ulLTlM.

WILBUR R. SMITH, Lexington, Ky.
N t,-.- KI l t v l' ir' rt.. .:r., (j.OX anj
hAad marl lu iaizaJih ang s "nd t M a.;iL,& g dr.



B. V. B ROuK'S
Is the Place to Buy

Clothing and Gents'

Furnishing. Goods
At Roek Bottom I prices!
At his Store may also be found Con-
stantly on Hand, a Fall Line of"
General Merchandise
AND
Hardware!
A Tin ShoD
Run in connection with the Store, af-
fords ample opportunity fo.i the
Repairing of All Kinds ofTinware
Here are manufactured tihe

Sheet Iron Box Heatinp- 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 'fnd lowness of his
pt ices.
Co0mo aud BE Convincd!


rr~U


A Card, C'all lor a County uJionvuenliu.
To the Voters and Citizens of Washing- VERNON, FLA., July 7, 1900.
ton County, Fla : WHREEAS; Conditions exist in this S
Gentlemen-I hereby extend my county that appeal to every friend of w
since *e thanks to the peoIle of Wash- good government regardless of party
ington County for the honor and cour- ailiiation, aid to remuay this necessi
tesy extended to mr by the Democratic tates a union of sentiment, thought and t
County Convention at Vernon on May action that subordinates all else to the
.- ... 22. While I am not an office seeker consummation of good government
-" i -have never asked and do not want throughkproficient officers, therefore be it C
S- Ma-. tany office; if the people so wish they are Resolved; That, while differences ex-
'llhursday, 900 at liberty to use my name, and, if elect- ist as to national or state politics, it ic
...I.- _- ed I will serve them as faithfully as a the sense and desire of this committee
S A N 1) R E S man caest wishes. to urge the co-operation of all voters in t
With best wishes to my friends, I am t c i ao w te ex t
PRICES CURRE NT Your servant, S. W. ANDERSON. pressions, regardless of party affiha-
IGROGE1IES. Story of a Slave. tiois, and we hereby tender our good
..g ...,,, ( lie No ...... .. To be bound hand and foot fr years offices to all who desire to assist in this
S ... Gunpowder o. "4 by the chains of disease is the worst non partisan effort and recommend that
-.,,,.... ...... nl [11 40 -0 form of slavery. George D. Williams snuh citizens be given proper r, .._- i
.. Cod imilk, lL of Mane aster Mie., tells howion in a nominating convention to con-
0 sreen. ,t. slave was m adUfree.tlie says: "MLYa.
A u,.ml. l+.12-15 Sweetenedl ... 8 wife has been so helpless for five years vene in Vernon, August 17th, at 12
.,.,. l>. ,-1Ith25 P.,i, L powder that she could not. turn over in bod o'clock m. And
,. .. 10 itoval...... ..50 unlc. After using two bottles of Blee- A convention is hereby called to
S e a Calu el 1 tri, it" sheis wonderfully imnprov-
:Oug 206 Canned fruit 10d I.I, to do her own work." 'Pi meet in Veon, on August the t:7th
iiondo, layers.1- euachies I . 0a 0 sup, oe remedy for female 'i-...-..... i I','u", t I. (, i .n *u-,. ') 1,
L ndoilayers. 8-15 ouic tes... .. a quickly cures nervousness, sl.. p1 .-- i,.., a cu ....li.li, lI. .. r,; (..r I!.U tl, '
Valencia h8 t s...... ness, m elancholy, headache, ba.-k...I,. ,,,. 1, .- ,t. al ,1-i ni't, a Ca-
tc. .... .. 64 App es.. .... ", 1,,". and dizzy spells. This i ,, .
apples Pear ..... ork medicine is godsend 1. .. ,
I ,. .,1 .. 1 Plumsricot ......- l -0 sickly, run down people. Every hi,. I ',. l "*l ,. i lL .
l ,i .I | '. 1 p ricot ... ..i.n0 0 1 .' ; I O n ly 50 ce n ts. '...1 .' ) .. .. 0.,u , I,0 .. .-.. t... .u .
3o Pr- ....15 Straw "erries... 0 .all.dr ,aggists. w. an ,t ..r n l l'
hasulin, -20 Pineapple ...1 -20 alldr gists.'i i' i I 1
, -i. 1.- Io e .... ;,,- ,t ,i OBEYIN I'0 TI P UM M ONo-i .' ll"I '. ,., r
loney........ .i .. ..
i 'negar p... ... 30 ..'., .. I. t I p - otme deleirate to each ten votes cast for
3iu tpr l. '5-40 *-1.i -.11-. SpicerDI--s Away rom the populist ,candidate ',-.. ....i. the
Later.... .. 8-10 ,io lst w-k, theaily of H. 15 highest number of votes in each elec-
.... 4 C neld Vegetuules On lost w...k, the tamil4y Cof H. tion district in the year A. D. 18A8, is
nuit g0.-4. 10 Babed 1". i5Spicer received tile satl intreligeonce hereby ordered.
FiLiuit Pliddim ng... 0 Corti ....... I0C
ity, glass d ... 0 Peas....... ..10 that that gentleman had died, sud Primary meetings to select delegates
Sice ...... ki ..... 12 d y, while paying a visit to i. sn are called for Augustthe 11th, between
Eg d ... per do. *15 il the hours of 10 o'clock a m. and 2
I.- oIVIONS i. Juliet. Illinois. o'clock p. m., unless for special reasons.
,,,n, P rk Mr-. ispicer ihas been in poor health By order of the People's Party Ex3c-
Ma.nsicw ... 2 mBaconSile..S.i.d.- for several vears, and naturally hoped utive Committee for Washington Couu-
Corii Meal buI60-4t) Fresi ....... 8al.0 a visit to the Niortll wonull ailrd him ty. J. L. MILLER, Ch'n pro tem.
Oat Neal pr lb ... 5 liii'. sIlcot.
Corn per li.. lial ucnv:iss1'd2. relief, but Ii.s sudden death shoxs A. W. WEEKS, Secretary.
follatoes Shoulders..... I that fate had i uleld otherwise, 'To t10t h Deat.---A rich Ildy, cured
Irish, ....1 20 BIeef
Iri, seed. 1.2 ud..... ... 11. M. Sticer has been for several of iereatfness and Noises in the Head
,>I- I Se. d i...7 5h@Pu8ic0.......... I tu ia Icv Dr. N iic olson's Artitfiial Ei ar Drumnis,
Sweet..... 75s@80 Freshi........ Si years county colnisiismoner lifroi o -t .... 5$o10,000 to his Institute, so that
Sallpr5M... ilk pr qt... iioun count ll, lhis re.-idc.iO being on .I, hi people- iunablc to procure the Ear
Ible .. tA.. R Drinis himay have them iree. Address No.
liA!DWA.E. Pearl uyou, iuOaIeat (iromnution. l 1221 '[The Iunstitute, 750 .....i[u avenue,

Galv *vireco.6ai los, each .... 351150 tas, also, a beluvetd and lhonorutl New York.
Mlanilla rope... 120opper paint, mC l45"tiember, andl at the time of hi, death u,.,n..
Stoves cook, .$8, 2 Linse oil, gi.,)t(U Ireasurer of Parker Lodge, No. 142 -,s. m m ;i t drawn battle," he
Pipe, per joint 15 :'i t matter over with
DiRY GOODS, F. & A. M., and thie lodg will, inth matter over with
P'rints5 i- el Say C 5a8 heeks .......5 5 1.5 ,Im \',,
eetintIgs .... 5a9 Flanne l. .. 15i4i ) doubtless, at its colmminicalion ne.\t '; i. .!ld who was listening was
lusline ... .... a.ll Thread per spool.. 5 s" saturday, enrll a loving tribnte to :, . n, n;..'. Thenu tie asked:
leans. .......1545 Shoes, adiesd. ia$12 his ory. Th noy has no data uit 110 thi y draw it with?"--Chl-
Extra pnls pat 2s 5 Men's...$ O ln he oy as no data .
M1SOCELIAN EOU3. tuicthilig his age or personal history,
Blay pr wt...75al.5 lSrik lpr M 13.00 but hopes ti collect a p rtiun lor a olln au, (t';tieal Case.
Bra e........ 1 On n I cannot sell you spectacles
RopeSisul .....7@9 Lime pri hl...... 75 subsequent issue. oro your lisand. lie nmi;t come for
FtIUl'l' and N UT'S.
Orange F pr doz.. Pecans pr 15 I. J. Hilugihes Passes Away. iihei i prwi s.n What is the nature
Apples ........ 12 Waluts ..m .. 20 Never was St. Andrews taken of his visunil defect?
Applesu........25 Aliods........ 15by and Woman-A 5 cent piece looks bigger
OYSm' ERS re co tey by to him than a $5 bank note to other
*In shell p'i1, 000 1.50 Opened pr qt .. 15 c siocked than whelln, on Monday last pople.-Jewelers' Weekly.
rl VE STOOUK,
llose.. $30a0 Cows.......$ it was reported that our townsman, I
ules.... ,.,l 1ui,, ihogs....... $3 to $4 J. Iluglis had died in his chair S N D
oxen.. pr yoke $30 Sheep........... $I ,1wile awaiting tihe p eparatiun o, 0 L
',ickel-etb l i.a -u ... ..h I' .'"'1 .: ,i,,,h, liie initnmedJiAte caU',O of death ON E DOLLAR
|.il. le, 75,.1 ."11O ni k I i.1 i,5i,,, ,.l2 .' ..f liho h artl, fo)r whiiiLn T T IlE
Mullet pr do 25c Mullet pr t1,1,a 4 .5 ,
r, ........, i Trout......... 4.50 day lpro-vious, althol gh at the titme II
I'., 1., p,. i.. 6 Poniltauo. ... 00 no stspicioin wnas entertained that lie
in.. -. 10 Mae-keruul ..4 .11Hi 9 0 lIS
LUMIOBEkrl. would so soonil be Siuntmimiiied to the
HalT _$14.00 Heart,t beyd. Twic bore e h, Jachsonvile, Fla.,
'ano ... 12.00 Face ... .00 bn stricken with the malady, all, And Get the Best Evening Daily
Slip .. 10,00 Sap .. 10.00 I it is inuot snrI'lising that hie shouldd
IDrop si'din, Cinp.oardsu Paper in the State till De-
Heart face ni 14.00 ix6in.jYm ..$1).00 tatlimb to tlhe third attack; while P e tae l e
lal 10.00 Finiuishing luni- lihe.was not sui posed to, be iii ininii- member I, 1900.
htti ff hl m b er .. i ( @12 er, d . $ 12q )@I 5 0 "
Ifoirt s"inugles, 2.5. Lat, ) i t .inii.. "edliit dager. j j KESTER'S
Sap I5 Boat ldresed l.i$2cr, 0 I l. 11tlgheis was a glool citizen, ,* '
es $20 esteeel by everyone, an I readolis of ICE CREAM PARLOR !
h e Boluhy v ill rnelmcnuber pleasantly
How's This? l to SODA NTA I
We offer One Hund1ed Dollars Reward many iuteresling co-trilutitns to its bS )A 0 UN TAIN!


wheie it had set a short

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some six
1.1 regulate
(Of his ma-
Sfrom Lon-
a westward
r hour. He
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me before.

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It Saved His .
P. A. .Danforth of L. liri.no, Ga..
suffered intensely for -1 i' mlilrt h" with
a frightful runti' sin o,. u- uii hi' I. ', but
writes that Buckleni' A.'niea Salve
wholly cured it in tcl.n it -.. For ul-
cers, wounds, burner, r Is. pain or
piles, it's the best :alv. n lthe world.
Cure guaranteed. Only vl. Sold by
all druggist-.

Tom CorWtn'itMathtb.
Tom Corwtn had .. 4 a.formous


motflt. 1 o~fe n-
sulted by Deacon Smit The good
brother asked for fur r explana-
tion.
"Well," said Corvlu. ** eu I stood
up in the lecture roim relate my
experience and I ope-.',L OY mouth,
Deacon Smith rose up front and
said, 'Will some broth lease close
that window and keep closed?' "-
San Francisco Argonan

A Specimen of Cock Humor.
It consists merely In I ring the hor-
rible or tragic side of funny situa-
tion. Everybody know he old story
of the cockney laughing after a fire.
'Jump, yer silly fool!' ays. 'Me an
my mite's got a blank&e' An 'e did
jump, an there wasn't 9p blanket, an'
'e broke 'is blooming n.ee-i Laugh? I
haven'tt laughed so nit h!"- Black-
wood.
A Fire In Ijph.
A fire In Japan is ( The Jap-
anese swem to lose I ',,li L' ids com-
pletely in the present..- I, .-. fire de-
muon. The people move fti the houses
where the fire breaks ou to the next,
then to another, and ;, i. until the
fire is over, the united faiflles moving
from house to bouse wit great non-
chalance. A man daninlu.Ig io li roof
with a paper fire g"id L uiiposltd to
avert the danger, and n.. ,j1an is more
surprised than he %when. lt|lite o'f the
fire god, the house gniltQ. nid la a
moment roof and man 411 together.
In tl'ree days the h.iu : are rebuUt
and .all traces af lire retuod'd.
.A Mi 1niter's GoodWork.
I a l.iJ a ?.-v . a tt ,.k t. ili...i, ooll, ,
;- l ,1 I.,,tti] i, t.f .Il.,..rlJ. in 'iC' .li.:,C hjl-
al anui Ilia-:rh,, m e.ri .o
I' .',ro .mil i .ii're] caLeikclv
.1 A ,o', j,, of EmporiJ |I


'F It always restores
Color to faded or gray
hair. Notice that
word, "always." And
it cures dandruff.
$ 51.00 a bottle. All druggists.
4 "My business calls me out among
strangers a great deal. I would
actually feel ashamed every time
I would take off my hat, my hair
was so thin and the bald spots
showed so plainly. I began the use
Sof your Hair Vigor less than three
months ago. Today I find I have as
fine a head of hair as I ever had.
) I tell everybody what I used, and
they say 'it must be a wonderful
reedy.'" GEO. YEARL, l.
S Dec. 14,1898. Chicago, Ill.
We have a book on The Hair and .'
4 Scalp which we will send free upon
reqneyt. If you do not obtain all the m
Sbenets you exe"ted from the ue of
4 the Vior, wle the Doctor abont
i' DR. J. C. AYER,
Lowell, Mas.



"THry, TRY AGAIN."
Yts, 'ti, "an ol,, old saw indeed;
Y e t, I; O' I Dc')in [I a k you '. :
Thle pr,' et. in w aIhf to read.
I prumuL- not to tasplFyou.


The si n- words .i,'ld not alone
S]'j n';! ,'I u'- I' t < of I u(' ke'rs-.' .
wvho .-, i tl,,ir deInupr th'ruht dith owN
T'he kC lto a.l Itat ,leses--
To o :t ; 'u.r e' 't '!n sin,
To i':: i,!t t.i answer win;
To Laartaiter pert'ecing;
To htavon itself, reanchd by no bound,
nut t!h "'ii whlo, mstlut;lin O tkly,
Do r nout life's l:h.'r, round by round,
As sings tihe poet truly.
Aye, more than world wise is he
WhVo iu'eOds t0i u sl-,ing; olden.
Ilis shall the "iVcl done!'" plaudilt be,
The crown and scepter gllcn-


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Our Stock is Complete, Our Prices the Lowest
0 -T :R G-OO.DS AR r- TI-3EE BEST!
..'-'1 hlIe trading ll, ,'ii is A, l-nred that '.v. will ut Ine b iie 'lrs l(d...D
The Higiiast iarlct Price Paid T'r Country Produ ce


A Ci',Lu Ur L. --


Wt~fat .xb''il I ,ruj in. of nu 1. 1 ? V. lil
I bing'i.ui -'
rio-rof'uu t;-rt-u uu ~ uui Id 0u

t C',ut uIv vul li i.'.'
Pishou.4 %ay -, i'hii ~ ;tJ
I iou.L ,L I' [1

s nl i iIiu' to ,,un' m uu. .;. lu ii. I u~
t UnI i ,11 loWu 001, 71,11 i .L'r u uj i
t fcl fi.l wurun r a ru ii ; .4u o r,


hiua l ii d g to I3''1.
tu.h1 0 ti lu-uu t.


liomeme T'hat Ate lMuseanfa.
What iare half the hdadsomluet homes
In our cities?' Museumns! And without
ordetrly iulselnlti mairrangement! Vhat
becomes of the comfort in rooms where
even the cautious must pick their way
and the carcijess may come' to grief?
Woman iF in iniluiy selfish in express-
ing her itn' in! her home surround-
ins. M1 i;::tp rooms that are over-
min nnd I rm .) fi .,,....... ... ... --


.21f _________________L-Y II -


Too Small.
Uncle 'Zek'el Watson was accustom
ed to seeing good sized stqunrs of cupi[
cake, 'loction cake or gin.wierlead on
the suplper table, andil wen he hlad
his first plate of ice u--re;m iin u city
restaurant he looked with :i onuu il s
favor upon the n;:alroOus ind.si.l s ainIi
sponge drops whi i accompmniaedl It.
"How do yoU ill.:i itT"' i"ke.d his
niece, whoi was de(Oim,. tUi holeros O'
the city for her e ncot.
"The ice -reauN Is first rate," saltd
Uncle 'Zek'cl. "I (all it e-try good.
But when you conli to thise things,"
he added, lifting one of .he sponge
"lady fingers" and surveying It doubt-
fully, "I presume to say they're all
right enough, what there is of 'em,
but there isn't enough of 'em; just
nothing but gape and swallowl"-
Youth's Companion.

The Truly Eappy.
"Of course the only truly happy man
Is the man who devotes his life to do-
ing good for others," said the corn fed
philosopher. "That is the only occupa-
tion a man can engage in in which peo-
ple will let him have his own way."-
Indianapolis Journal.

WilIliug to Help l inm Out.
Mr. I toreni t(l p. in.)--My motto Is
"Pay ns You Go."
Miss Cuitting-Well. I'm willing to
i>T:' i "',ill 1 v.-r,,ll .- ,r lt if it 1-ll help
Ii "j I. i "-i _;l. ,. rI .:" i ,* *1

'..m "I .. ,,: :tir'ulyv found
1 i( i nll I : '-' i '... ,t I in.iterial
S .. ll .. ,u ,' uinrc I ,, t 2700

i .1 1[,.ii:.i I li r'l.
I ' I[ l. n ', 1 I i -i n ',cii
.*. /^,. ''i "' "* t ,' ; i l .l ':r: t ,1 p..(lh


lI' -O. rui Iri, rd y ii, wI .. : I- ni Il lninru il .y had
irj inl ai,:l...r il i..lo ur II 0 l t "' Iit" %1, i il It.-rriil pted.-.
S d ll ]l,f la m s [ ii l.i i.
'td hin. I w it o er t,) a.,- i;n lhe ,.x --
morning. He said his b.' ], w we it a Ge0. S. Hacker & Son,
terrible fix: that they I.a- ten running
off so long that it was '.i"j.'* fl ux.

Colic, Cholera and Diarr}ha Remedy, CHARLEST S C.
and bq said 'N.' I wenis home and MANUA-- -
brought him my bottle and Iave him one MANUFACTURERS
dose; told him to take another dose in Bl l
fifteen or twenty minutes he did ot

entirely cured." For sale JL.M Ware,
St. Andrews and Bayhead id allmedi
cine dealers.









grow paying oer ir. 'r... u A N D
fresh and always I i ,, Buildin M material.
"ale everywhere L I I 11h_
Stick to lerry's ,.uos .r. dow and Fancy Glass a
1900 Seed Annual free. .-,,, it. Spellpi.h).
D. M. FERRY & CO., "Lm'"i rt E1` IM.T ES CHE ERFULLY
Bt')ttaittlli, G!\;E N^lL KB LL


pressed by -hat to them is a meaning-
Ihss agrrapokinun of things that must be
-avni.ied, uift handled. This does not
imply that nhlh're'n should be allowed
to handle 'lil things in the home-far
from it-but things not to be handled
should not preponderate In rooms
where the family life Is lived.-Ella
Morris Kivt.chmar In Woman's Home
I L.,i~lJ plLliOni


Tt t Ruting Pasmlon.
The c('rgynMiHnu had iiished, and the
o0 I n ual.s pe:aling' forth the sonorous
ran.::F' cf tlih Mieund-lssohn march.
"; .I,' ii .iiinit, (!h!::t u,,'; :t and ft' ing ti;e audience
sh rait<,d Lher exqiuisitely bouud.
though son.ew:avlit bilky. prayer book
In her dauintily gloved hands and point-
ed It directly at the brilliant audience.
There was a sharp click. *
"All rl:.'lit, George." said the bride;
c'ai.u- aloug."
And as tiny marched down the a!ble
she shuwtd hliiin that te suippilostid
I'ay.vor lxook iura i't a pirayor" book alI
al!. It v.'a i a nuiira.
"It's my owu idea. Geuorge," she
wtiille;prd. "ti-evemr. isn't ii ?"--Cleve.
land Pluin Dlealer.

DO YOU GET UP

WITH A LAME BACK ?

Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable.
Almost everybody who reads the news-
papers is sure to know of the wonderful
L cures made by Dr.
Kilmer's Swamp-Root,
the great kidney, liver
and bladder remedy.
S Itis the great medi-
4' cal tiiurnph :. \t\i rhion-
rnlh century; dis-
S- -', afte, y.rs. of
u-clfi research by
I --- '- u l'. ,'Im er, the em i-
S.I" i, -nrd l i.iey and blad-
*.dsr specialist and is
wonderfully successful in promptly curing
lame back, kidney, bladder, uric acid trou-
bles and Bright's Disease, which is the worst
form of kidney trouble.
Dr. Kilmrnr'u Swnmp-Root i n.:.t r',-.
n', r-rer ln.: ..1 1f:r .*'er, Il'rit' bt if y,':. ha e l. kid-
ney, liver or bladder trouble it will be found
just the remedy you need. It has been tested
in so many ways, in hospital work, in private
practice, among the helpless too poor to pur-
chase relief and has proved so successful in
every case that a special arrangement has
been made by which all readers of this paper
who have not already tried it, may have a
sample bottle sent free by mail, also a book
telling more about Swamp-Root and how to
find out if you have kidney or bladder trouble.
When writing mention reading this generous
offer in this paper and
send your address to
Dr. Kilmer& Co.,Bing-
hamton, N. Y. The
regular fifty cent and Home of Swamp-Root.
dollar sizes are sold by all good druggists.
Slandering the Hatelhet.
"They continue to find fresh defects
In Washington's character."
"Anything particularly new?"
"Yes. They say his manner of Illus-
trating the truth was a little lax."-
Cleveland Plain Dealer.

Some of the machines for making
matches which are used ini these days
make 200 revolutions in a minute and
turn out aboabout 2,500,0000 matches daily
or about 900,000,000 annually


(- C 1 an. 1 1 4 C 'IV-A." V 4* n.
e'( i'"l '! e vd l ,'; t '- ,vri e n inlSv ip-
th : ll tlh ,ir v i' u r ,l fv hi J i fi i
;o '! m':it">il s li U::' i'; *"::l ;;il t! '!'l. Atli


nI il'l r t hi'n'tA v O n EI I ernt rii hi;tcy'

'i: ln.,'.! U re cni-p '"'<. t11 ,imed of hloodi
;:::e 4hti word! t( ;it : (1ihlc d'i t,' Id
i; l;)i. i v !' I-'i l iy "('" for I.he!
|L ; rei t -'is lItI r'I <,I f thsi n"-'I' r i1s i-'. nI)t'l
Of!' -v lici( ntl siz c lo .ri:'cleh tit( oelth '

in Mlrl'vIle. Mo.. p ) y twyi r prae edsnt ,
ll!s; p iortrl il l! hlls ei ril. within lh stli -
gnstliv muoll): Hi lhIll Is not wite i
'ou l !"!2 i!i0 l .i w ( [l it' early."
Born to iwead.
"Yol] ri'!un'i1l!0rr von;t.- Carploy. whti
,us d to ;)\It i\ on n:e itioll ob to ano eac
tor, don't ypou?"

"',-l. lhe's playing at leading roli
ntow."
"You dou't say io! By Gieorge. I
never thioug:ht Ite ind It in liun!"
"'II>'s wilth n "Uncle Tonl)' company
aind l lad the l loodihounds in the sti'cot


One Gratefil Demcenidant.
"This." ahlm h(h guide, is the grave

:U"itorlc spot W'lth reverently awe
~tivy. a-Illh feeling of ielp thaiukiful-
t'iss thte wet-althy i wrchliqul ilor on
his first trip to the orient drew near
)(nd cast a fower on the tou)i.
"Erring ancestor." hie inrmuired. "i
SlhOhid be the list mani on earti to r o
vile your memory. To your sin i o we
my prospcrity."-Chlcago Tribume.,.


A Hopeless Came.
The Senior l'artner--l guess we will
have to give up trying to get that mon-
ey from Sharpe.
The Junior Partnei-Really?
"It looks that way. His office is lti
the second floor of his place, you know,
and he threw our last collector out of
the window, where the man fell'
through an awning, you remember."
"Yes."
"Now he sends a claim for the dam-
age to the awning."-Cincinnati En-
quirer.
Laughed Till He Crted.
"Papa fell over my expresLs wagon
this morning." said Willie. "My, it was
funny. I lanuchled till I cried."
"Did yer?" sail1 Toummy.
"Yes." replied Willie. "Papa caught
me laughing."- Philadelphia Record.
Strange i'Preak of Fate.
Says tlhe Portfaud. Oregonian: "It la
the belief of some historians that the
natne 'Oregou' is Aragon in disguise,
that it was given to this country by
the early Spanish voyagers and that
A'eritiai ; h c;:.'! vw';li . thutii bly il. i 'ii:,'i. The
th.keiy Ii 8tt iruast plausible and Irli-
tr i I. y ": .i A Al i l. ( l a
( ..I I i' ..e i to thir W est nl -
dies :-l)O y'iarl later to dtl,;Aroy the
powvt'vr of tpoiun ion tlhe scas! Little
tholugi;t u a l ula wl wn he sighted this
coat-t In 1592 ithla ome day it would
build a lt;ilp r ltiw hi. uwdch. 'r i .:'- li.iuIe
of Aragon. or Oretg.i.N would I.,- I'.rr-
mno;,t in the lb)ttl ftl;at maikied the oemiti
of Sipiufilna' ldo iinion In ti l11io i .'. Iil."

Alert to Prevent It.
"The great danger," said the gravd
citizen, "Is that we will drift into d
paternal form of government."
"Yes," answered Mr. Meekton, with
a sigh. "IHenrlette seems worried
about that every time I tpceak to dhit
children."-Washington Star.

Indications.
"Watch th' grocer's bhoy," said thd
janitor philosopher. "if tie throws u i
his coat collar whin he Inters thi' kitch-
en, lie 1has a grudge ng'lu th' bouse. If
be straightens up his necktie, be'i
gone on th' cook."--Chlilago News.
Inquisitive p'eopl are the fumtiiels 6'd
conversation: they do uot ttke In any-
thinig fdo their own use, but merely to
pass it to anwicr.-Steele.

What most people want is something
iniid n'id gentle, when in indeed of physic.
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Taill-
lets fill the hill to ai dot. They are easy to'
take and pleasant iin ,'ect. For sale by
L. M. Wir'e. St Aidrews an I Bayhcttd
and all mAudicinuc dealeiz


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Personal.
DeFunlak Baeeze: Beu Noyes 1-.1
Saturday miorninig lor t. Anl'mrews
vith a gas machine lori 1 .|l,, ,in,
& Son, there. it is n1110', tlah like-
y lie will put in a day "'t v fishing
while there.
County Surveyor P Hor,,n of
Orange Hill attended the! Baptist In-
tillite throughon t its' ,1 u hio..
Rev. WH. A. Bryan o1 bibley p,,r-
ticipated ill the linstitutl during its
ihree days' session, .
ax A.\sess )r N.. W .,, ,i,,, and
his i ,(;i.sciates, tifteei i nun ber, olf
Jhiple,y who h yve beeoilo,,o ,nllg a
ItV w Vweetk.,' yaatiO at. e Ba y re-
it, not it, thlir h!,tues M ,.n.l' .,
iat.
Mrs. E. S. Smith andt MS. lice
'ask r of Cr molanto.ll w'IN"t last week
S -) hi illle. % N .'.. vr' 'C.. t. '.-b

i,. i. n iii M ~ i i..

1, 1 t.. \\ j t-.f -M'. uii 1'.,
h'_ r^vu^H ^ ^


` ` -i ~--; . '' "'''~L~1"


A man


wittin head
of hair is
a marked
man. But
the big
bald spot
I w is not the
kind of a mark most
men like.
Too many men in
their twenties are
bald. This is absurd
and all unnecessary.
Healthy hair shows
man's strength. To
build up the hair from
the roots, to prevent
and to
c u r
baId- C -


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Deputy -', i il .'.
call ed to Browli ii''- e i r.,L
NoIrthi lahe last .'lt ."
bu-iiness.

S A tr-.ce Wist l I
The L ut;olu i 1 I- ..
niorl1I[; elu .ini u Cu ' .
ing it ;ny rt )!e up ti I
iou r R riive t er Iln it. If
frojii l un'doi t lit a r'i.'
an iour. v'woid larr,-'
time. It he staitt.I 'I
would always be to
Shi0Loud e li U l his ti .. .
notonous. hte c.iouldl r \
tion and get a ,.ini' ,
short days anid imiiul,t
tours' dura tion. bbl i .i'
thi'e lenjlth by the sBlpe
chine. SuLi)jost he triavl1
don o(in iglit at 10 o'ce
at a speed of .UO0 Wne i-'
wouill soon experi'-n i
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Manufacturers ofi


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161'TC'IS 0181^ 00011do0 d 11ote8.


LOVE ON THE FARM.
A potato went on a o aR eh
And sought an onion bed. -
"That's pie for me," observed the squash.
And all the beets turned red.
"Go away," the onion, weeping, cried
"Your love I cannot be;
The pumpkin be your lawf bridso
You cantaloupe with me."
But onward still the tuber came
And laid down at her feet; T '
"You cauliflower by any nank *.
And it will smellas wheat;
And I, too, am an early rose,
And you I've ear.., It see,
So don't turn up ynur lovely nos^ ,,
But spinachat with mel"
"q do not carrot all to wed,
So go, sir, if you please,"
The modest onion meekly said,
"And lettuce, pray, have peasl F
Go think that you have never seen
Myself or smelled my sigh,.
Too long a maiden I have been
For favors in your aye "


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He invites the purchasing public to call,
Examine his stock and GET PRICES.

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DR. W. G. MITCHELL, PROPRIETOR,
Offers His Proressional Services to the Citizens of St, Andrews and
Surrounding Country.
May be ril at his residence on nei3ueni Vista avenue at night.


Pi no e- rpp St 0 r o


L. M


WARE,


DEALER IN

Dry Goo(ds, Groecries, Hardware,

BUILDERS' SUPPLIES

Ship [Chandlery, Salt Fish, Etc. Etc., Etc

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*Sohus. e Cleopatra and Wr ra\6Fj7 0 W .
Sohi-s, ~ ~ ----- Netie C.opt an /'Fw~t


THE COLUMBIA


GARDEN PLON


Thi -. thclateqt ancl most coniplete
ui l -a ,j .l : s lil*: ,1 ',.I t L l-l b )1' to
inr i ll".' 1.oLtd' is W .*It i I- .,.1.0 ir in their
y t-i ttt. I L.-, .i Ib pth of' ini.i iu- i- r itlated
fth .Z11* t4. har A l.,uy 0 ,-vI of ten
ILa h'a[ ndl'- it I i'hi -rk--ct r a .. It has a
4 Ib*1 1 1 1 !. t ) ,_, t ti' h t o f L oh h a k e s
it ligh t ---f draft. It 1-1L!, lit',:. y,1d..: I1is
a Ino m .ld. 2 a hlovt *l. -%-..: or eding
\ I .1,* 4 a ;-ll-tot-'*.,-, a lake. W rench-
^^^*'S V' wth ea1'ch plw. v
We have uaie] aTrrnen.tits by
t r ti-il h eV ca. tura0 t.ni lt i, pliy at
Ii it e tory li-ice, $3-.7., with









r fri Ia h m slivered

f B. But the Bt310Yproposesto do better than this andwillsend the Buoy
f Fri irh one of these plows complete at the factory for $4.50
plow i- l he .e- it, operation. at the BUOY arm at any time.
t-d-*W l ;;- U11 1,1L B*^V ^19

'liii-' ,ltl o InC1 Aodre n iny o eatbou 75 cn t, ak n t eplw dlie
*u', l.. i UtlI Iii r LitT'i'i d it i. l,


"Ah, spare a coast" the tuber prayed,
"My cherryshed bride you'll be;
You are the only weeping maid
That's currant tow with niel"
And as tihe wiy ruber spoke
Lie c iaht hir by unrpriseo
And. pihing her an artichoke,
Devourtei b withhis Me yes.
-8Lt Louts Republic.

NO "PROPERTY" ESCAPES.
Some Queer Thfng9S., en TOA
Chinese ie m
OrC- tl(, au.lence resta

iv, syupat, jiT or ue P.. w
the blntk. dt-ad vall of the facea.
The (.'ilnaman Is inulrem'uabile. Only
on"e do )h1i eyes c3liige, and that 1i
while the prcpie:-ty ian Is on the stage,
Fnid lihe I nri't. r oftY it.
Thie Chiluese prperty manO ses his
duty to the managv-neut and puts It
into practical efft.t. No property"
ball (.-ape Ii\w. m.I, gati.nrq all ti lngi
by the 'ii. a, 'bi tL Chine s'e Rum.ou
I tai T;i .:alt. itie- prpI-rty tii-an steps
in o ri 'r:-i-, 11ir rti Un f'v T .'Nut's
(i . ii ii l.iL a ti ltbihia i in-i
\' .i.i :;1 1i t'. 11ti t1 i U i i. H Wuul' ei''t
Macbeth's banquet hall while that
weak kneed monarch was exercising
Bauluo's ghost, gather up the goblets
anli plates in one arm and Macbeth's
"air with the other and carry, them
away. lie would pluck the roses from
Ilaine's breast; he would take the
_agger from Juliet's dead hand; be
would interrupt Hamlet's soliloquy in
the churchyard with a request for
Yor'ek's skull, and he would Interpose
'n the murder of Desdemona to remove
the pillows from her bed.-Saqui Smith
in Leslie's Weekly.
A Three Cornered War.
When Colonel Cartwell was military
governor of Norfolk under the Confed-
iraey in 1l;-42, lie ordered the BritiPh
eonsul to report for duty on the home
ta'd. To this tIe Englishman object-
'd on the ground of being consul at
\'or'fulk.
"To what governmentt" asked Colo-
0el Cu'rtweli.
"To the United States government,"
/a Os tUe reply.
"But you are In the Confederate
,t tces, and you must show papers ac-
c!redlting you to the Confederate States
of America," said the colonel.
lini iy go' *irnni'nt il.w-n't recog-
ii/i O itY OUia a po)ermi'irut," 6ald the
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When iI- I r ed, a large piece
of meat I' *- took its place
and Wais ,I 't d iiithed under the
ILit ii h ir1, if received from uis
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I|!I in 1 '' Ai [.' Own !it scoi-e.
We tln l 11 i curry of vegetables, fol
1. in. Il by a Zai<;>7ig pnddini?,; fruiii
c i r jI so ifrom a native of that
S i -.I' :. brought the recipe to th(
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iOur In. i ia ri- r lh-Ii .1i by coffee.
madr it n i cr o tr tt- i. 'ui over ri-ed
hot .!..i -_. no *.::.r| -i i*t and pour-
ed ti .'. -trti l i .- s tilted IL'
gold I I :r'-'l I L I ..i who !tad(-
this i.ij It4 I' :I.i !- I "-t'e' age wasr
the s.Iut '1 t.tul i- *vir' 'I the ec-ute
disht iI ii, ,Itiu.-r S:. was blach
as a ..il .ii h i .. e .I). I htfully de
ser-ipi i i -. i in -l.t t i to us, of
lily inthr l- -' 'f .1 'ords.

Thie r. 4',tailnn of Woman,.
A small it .1 1!.0 Inisslin S.nday
school of 1:l" : t Fallows' churciph pro-
pouudd e uiji.rt'i ;new heory-of ere
ation last S1i.1.;.
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er. b'ginniu4 as iniu the gin' ol-I du's
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I l-II k hI o qUV Itilt J Uc IM tfUld vikt iIIu-
Davigate the globe. It might he possi
ble tlo ot around ti ithe world in an hour
Tl'he distance froni Philadelphia tc
Pitis nag is 354 miles, and the equato
rial circunimference of the earth is 24,-
902 miles.
"A sihuple calculation in mental nrith-
metic Vvill show you that this would hI'
a fraction over 70) loaps. It surely
wouldn't take a minute for each' jump.
judged from the lhivlin.'ess of nhe tica.
Think of coming i i-n here, wit three o1
four cust(l-omers ahead of you, and, in-
stead of sitting down anil waiting, Just
taking a few jnulps around the world
to kill time. Tile- .you are, sir. Witch
'taizel or bay rum?"-Philadelphia Rec-
rd.

mi Time to Fight.
"Whien generall Granit wvas presd-
Jlent." said a Washingou rmau, "a crr-
Walu friend of bi came out of tile west
to see himu. Ont day. Just after lea ving
tile Wlte Hiouse. tuljis friend fell in
tvitI fellow t str ier in tile Wit
rlci' Iu IS. !'"I U t.ati.d encounit.i
;ooiki i-i-ic' w'ikte sinddi uly termiii ili-ti
y iLbe gevttral's frietiti knocIditg (Ile
other malnl doati aad out.
'ili-e mtinter \v. s i tah eil fiill. but i ti-
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clia..I. a n- a irniii of e
whi, h ar. uu.tlli at bitL.it '1 to o' fr-
w .r'Li. N.v.. It we b t t- I L r r 0to p.- wit )
out 'J.') ti nri t1.il rat It unik-r til'.we
coU'liti-uis. % o..ir ,.,: kun..ws btiter
than tr. t bl' Ln e is ir 3 n1ri. and if
you will Nar. b h i u .v;.u will nurtice
Ithat lh Is itl3 a.y rifluCIM.-rat to be eii-
I n' r r l.is af r,' rntina. l.er t to
lint.;'ir he will tiilt(l a neaop. or ill lea't
ir.p itnro f..r aRljile and.l rr- kiHu-
niitr rTij ig i -t I' Is stat i dit. l il of'
,althi I. .:.ll.in tir t eii-x irjtle' Set
by the i.un,:ta u fLrhe brute crva-
tures.-Ilealtb Culture.

Welghing the Baby.
The weighing of infants, a part of
the routine in children's hospitals and
of the greatest value as an indicator of
health or disease, Is unfortunately not
so common as it should he in private
families. Dr. Graliant. d.. ii- .. a pa-
per by Dr. Griffith at the Philadelphia
Pediatric society, s.ys. "The rule that
a child bhas double its birth weight at
the fifth moulith and triple at from the
twelfth to the fourteenth month makes
a very good and useful working rec-
ord."
Dot't Ile Selfish.
Don't live for yourself. and do not he
afraid of diminishing your own happi-
ness by promoting that of others. IHe
who labors' wholly for the benefit of
others, and. as it were, forgets himself,
is far happier than the man who
makes himself the sole object of all his
affections and exertions.
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.iy w.*II. then; ny government
Doesn't recognize you as consul,"
briskly retorted Colonel Cartwell,.
"Shoulder your musket and join your
company."
At thiskthe peacefully disposed con-
sul threatened to have a gunboat come
and bombard the place before he would
serve.
"That's just what I'd like to see,"
returned the colonel cheerily, "for then
the United States will fight you, as she
claims that Norfolk is still part of the
Union, and between England and the
United States fighting we shall go
free."
At. last the consul appealed to Mr.
Benjamin, the Confederate secretary
of war, who ordered his exemption
from military duty, and the "three
cornered war" so desired by Colonel
Cartwell never came to -pass.-Youth's
Companion.


Browning and the Cook.
To Robert Browning a man was a
man, whether lihe was served by many
people of was the servant of others.
On one occasion his son Barrett had
iired a room in a neighboring house
o exhibit his pictures, and in the tem-
porary abence of the artist Mr.
rowno uL'o% 'I;.ting the ic.niirs to a
''oouifil oit I.isii'n blel friendI. III'
wvas siniu-iiiL itnar the door wbt-n rnn
unon.'ni-I il. \otior mniade h5 r api-ar-
iinle, aiil of cotur- t he f oi..-.i hinds
within, r r. 'e-ting her as he did the
i-ither anit' iilit
"Oh, I lug piardoin!" shie exclaimedl
iBut, iti i".. 5ir. I ll thiL' cook. Mr.
'Inrretl n-d at ui to coLute and see his

i** ii I lii v'eiy clad. to see you," re-
i.t.I Mr. ir...uJU wL, i th ready cour-
u- ,,. l1.1i. J i' U Llt -ud l will see
_'^~uLd.".\i-'Yoric Pre.ss. dute


tn-m t .1 yIn u. f\Iiy is a mouse like a
i""'. l.?y
-ItI .. I..r.,r-. new conundrum! That
iald whi.I--. i tiaL I Inwas a boy. A
'uouse 1. lLe a haystack because the
at'll( e.,r it. N.-w conundruml Ho, hol
N I.. Ia !
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Tlj- P!o'orfsor--Thant Isn't the an-
swer ai all. 'ITie pointrs of resemblance
i-re tht-. Vlu Iaa't find a needle in a
haystin, ntl -iAoll can't find a needle
!na a mii.i-. S.rnie people weary me
*xced(u-ili with their affectation of
superior 1nowledge.-Chlcago Tribune.
Not So Dad.
Critical Busbad-'Ihis beef isn't fit
to vat.
Wife-TWe'll. I told the butcher that
if it wasn't good I would send you
round to his shop to give hlLn a thrash-
ing, and I hope you'll take some one
with you, for he looked pretty Bierce,
and I didn't like the way he handled
his big knife.
Husband-Humpb! Oh, well, I will
say I've seen worse mealt than this.-
London Fun.

Warwick castle Is hold by many to
be the most beautiful seat In England.
The large baronial hall is a magnificent
room. It Is decorated' wIth the mos:
perfect specimens of armor, furnalshed
In a Iunurlous manner,a nd mausea of
flowers and large palms abound on ev 0
cry side. A


"A nd I fi- Ill..L III" II I
"Out of un'ai: nothing but
dust."
"And wI) le woman?"
"God maIRl. rtoo, maam.
"How?1" ..
The small hesitat*ed and then re.
piled cheer i "He caused a deep
sleep to far n man andl tl(n took
out his al" and innide the wo
to a :W
maaL."-Chilhr'Inter Ocean.

A P-I1 t1Notation.
There is ry ntigistrat living up
town who Is iihly iraln gRt amati'
matteal f,,o/t1 in the person of his
3 or 4 year .I daughter. She has on
ly recently r un to attend the kinder-
garleu andt rn' editates changes In
thI e yrinn 1' f umeration now In
vogiPe tlpI1unat' startling, are cer-
tainly rugFgdi.1"-
Wihien aski Thi'e other day to count'
she h situated nine and then lisped:
"None. sor I one, two, free, fore."-
New uYork T'
wh ETeula Seleoted.
Thomas 1 on used to have Nikola
resla wovrki ("I r him in his studio
near Paris. *l15i1 came to him one
day asking work, and aIdisou, who
je-d i '-i-.1 ,f 11 id I 1 to the tijl'-
tiau, m aueill.U. h 'It lotTt t''ui
the youiog f g'-'ir oUn t'-1d .I.u tinA

thue i l s 6 ..'a r l. J
b ei ul It 'tIA e I T t 1 il l i [-I
nightly he hit h.p t lthad lic-mii shi 0 -.p 10,11
tO r.yTh'.r. dx' FU't tU. the ti-Al al .
nEiDl, him 4tL a riltt. Il. !il-. :iml to
the younri. g tl.Mat on ;4u-co'ntit of the
e li raIa.it:I I iaf 1-th I en wider I II,.
Ite i t a g- I n ai-a'I
t -tth I t, a l .to aid n I the







ery thing dl -.,i asked' him if lhr're
turnip to Lg (lo |,ell would lil.




"eas ami [ y,-i kuow, and]
"Yout'e o^ wnrt jlui- onrd r it."'
-hievir ,jl vinuely around far a
Tehla loo miin up hiM eind,. aI I
minute I i l, asked'i lr. if thi it'
thurnla |a e w would he e noudli'trr
'"asu a03-tfinIth mej, y. p>n kuow. and




you dr-wtr L Frnnr-slco Argonaut.
steak."-SaD -
JHonest Bor.
I there are a few bonest
"I am gl 'Two years ago I e-ut a
people left. he corner to buy a postal
boy around ie never seen the boy to
cart. I ha v
this day." ani that I-oy honest?"
"You don'Jrlhis; morning I reepived
"Yes, sir. ,ttis on thje back: 'Dear
a post.al Vl 'i r postal. I started In
Sir-EHere ibt the penny you gave mDI
business wi jpered. Thanks.'"-Cli.
and hare p
sago Nuws. l'
-f.flingging Take Tlime.
Kisingw *n ^.11 il ffr you and Nellie
Its All m .p unite in millions of bugs
ina Emise. t ut plep ne consider the
ad t i. es, lj occupy your poor old
tiun? It '*tov, nce. Try bugging and
very busy f fe for a minute by the
bldsing Erm R don't think you'll man-
ratLb, andh Rian 12 hours a day.-Let-
ige It Wuore CarroU.
ter or" Lewis __^-;


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Aiich a thing i'
*el. it was this way. general.' re-
pliedl the Uow tliorouighly pei;trent cue.
-you know the e \1 1s ild bloodl be-
t'v'etn u,,. a d ire lihad st ntil sOutS of
sturl.8s goi;g ahout mwe.1 1Jit aofte
levt\hing you I r-un ilto hi-it ;il"t Ir aliti
cure accis(dl ttie of doing a ci!
thing. As it was a lie I c'l.V l tli-'li
;it liii. Then lie !i-Ci'uyed t 1121.' 1Of S0i'
ci;g else, and that being 110o a li 1i
jeered at al again. libut his tiird aira
saliioll \vlis true. :111"L by giid. sir, I
-ouldn't staud that, so I nuacked bill)
ilown.' "-New Yor'i Tribune.

1yow ie Matenr Frtiends.
A Missouri paper says tthat Snnatot
Cockrell keeps in closer touch with lie
p"o]ple of his state than any other man
in the sOUenate. One of his habits, ac
cording to capitol gossip. is to read in,
the senate the nime of every con
stituent who sends himr a petition
Other soenaItors content themselves
willt presenlting petitionst in an indt'11
nite hunch. and in this imupetisoon'
fashion they are noted in Thlie Cougres
stoial Record. Cockirel's way is dif
ferent, and when The Record appears
there are the naiues of his constitu
ents, looklug very large. Forthwith to
each person thus distinguished goes.
a copy of The Record, which is shown
'with much pride at the country store
or postotlice. and the voter Is a friend
of Cockrell for life.

A Big Snowfall,
The heaviest fall of snow that ever
took place in England occurred in 1615.
The snow commenced falling on the
16th of January, 1615, and continued
e.ery day until tlii 12'th of lar'n fol-.
lowing. It couer',d the earth to such
a depth' that pas,3vngo.rs. Lith b.:rse
and foot aqsed 0 oC -'IM
"kill", %% 14t] nH.a~'uo ')L l'litt-iandi l~v
the white sheet. On the 12th of March
it began to decrease and so by little
and little consumed and wasted away
till the 28th of May, for then all the
lheaps and drifts had disappeared ex-
cept one-upou Kinder scout, which lay
until Whitsun week.
A heavy fall occurred in Scotland In
1620, the snow falling 13 days and
nicr -. with little or no intermission.
One of the heaviest falls on a single
day occurred on the 21st of February,
1702. the snow in some places beilig
from 10 to 12 feet deep.

Book*.
When I consider what some books
have done for the world and what they
are doing, how they keep up our hope,
awaken new courage and faith, soothe
pain, give an ideal life to those whose
homes are hard and cold, bind together
distant ages and foreign lands, create
new worlds of beauty, bring down
truths from heaven, I give eternal
blessings for this gift.-James Free-
man Clarke.
A Little Matter- Among Frieni'd.
Two boys were in fighting attitude
like bantams; another and a smaller
one stood watching them, wiping his
eyes. subbing the while.
"What did yer hit him for?" said
one.
'Taitn't none of your business.'
"Yes, it is; he's my friend."
"Well, be's- my friend too."-New
York Commercial Advertiser


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Indiana', close to the Iltinois line, at a
point not far removed from tho town
of Vincennes. The last census showed
the population center n i- he between
Columbus, Ind., and t 'Clucinatl. The
increase In the p -...ii..ni .n of Georgia.
Texas, the Indian Territory. Oklahoma.
New Mlexico and Arizona during the
last ten years has been sufficient, it Is
thought. to offset any increase in the
northwest and to possibly pull the cen-
ter somewhat to the south of the 8IO)
parallel. The wealth center is th :'ii
to be In the neighborhood of San-
dusky, 0."
Animal Criminals.
A writer in Forest and Stream says
that the criminal tendency is manifest-
ed to a greater or less extent by all
the lower animals, and he has com-
piled a list of IS crimes which are
commonly committed by birds, boasts
or reptiles. The Indictment includes
murder, parricide, fratricide, suicide,
theft, kidnapping, highway robbery,
polygamy and drunkenness.

Age is not to be feared. The older a
,good and healthy person grows the
greater becomes his capacity to enjoy
the deeper, sweeter and more noble
kinds of happiness which the world
affords.
Our sentiments. our thoughts, our
words lose rectitude on entering cer-
tain niluds, as tstlIcks plunged IutlO the
water lookl bent.

After a woman has reached the age
of 3f, she wunderg how many year
wilil have passed bt-efore tie la 31.-
Chicago News.

A Poor nero.
"How did the h'--ro af the story come
M~te, ln id %who had
UuTr.ll:llP a [i.ilaniJ gCut Up to
sir'' n it Ii-;ti nae-f'.
**I- wa-. a chump." was the reply
in toL-es of disgutt "I"He had two
gu.. a kn:ff-. a broncho, a laso and ai
bttle of .r piizt ,. aud yt hte le't dc ciliniIn
punch do bri-ath tiout of hinm and g'E
awany r-lil die heroine and a million
dailr- in in.ch'l."-New V.rkl Sun.


A M]AP

Of ti1o Gi6C of St. AM IT ,
Gotten up% hil g.3at care by IrO
publisher, who has i ared im p ii
to prepare for the p: olic e ina 1' 1
St. Andrews ais it really is. It. shows
A lit~u
FOUR MILES OF 00 ST LNIE,
Intending eastward ioim Dyer's
Point, taking in the Old 'j'.i% n ,iie ,eo
St. Andrews, and gives .-caition of
public business places, p ivate remi-
dences, docks, etc., alc e\ cry I.lt ini
each block and thle udij.iiiiii-g ali-
tion to the C iiitii itai 4.'..in any's
land with a null .I.. ui.!i in ol lie
same.
The Map win lIi oi iniei.s 1.f lott
in the city jw't nl.ihe liey are lu-
cated, and is of l ai u toIu tle is thuink-
ing of L inl irg l p r INt .
Size of M1ap 30x50 Inices.
The lBVU mill !vnl thii. rnhii to nny
address on tha reccil't of
ONE DOLLAR.
Or givii. as a premium for 5 year
cash auhseriptions.
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TRD ARKS
DIEsIGNm
AnynnA s8ndlng aasketzh and descrlption Ima
U.ti**i n .o-rlann nor rf't.lr.m free wu ,et an
in nr.niJprfoably pAt~Ittlj'lt. Commit *i 'A-
ltin6,'n.:rlrc.-,r.Bilnitlqt. EHanillvtok n I'm *a
ea'il Ir-e. hei l eini 'r "it? lori ursng paeni,
apiCim' JIrtl'?, Withnt t~irtri, In The
Scientific mnerican.
' A handlAi'nely IIhiraed wnlkly. Iarrest eilr.
I .* c iiim.-r,'-' nT brrlei-trle j.', rrl. aerm a.
ri-; r.ii 'ornribs.rtL Suitldbyalt iewadealem.
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General WMerchandise!

QUEENSWARE, GLASSWARE,


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I of n Mnuoe. Peter Cooper Met the Spirits.
iti :ni Ja:y motionless During Peter Cooper's lifetime he
Si' rii- r.nrest and silent- was a frequent visitor at the home of
ini utiial at play in the S. J. Pardessus, on Pacific street.
S1was a large. Brooklyn.
S[u-c, a meadow At one time Mr. Cooper became great
SA. n-i out from his ly Interested in the spirit manifesta
1I.. whiii ien .tired of tons of the Fox sisters and was aux
il uake his toilet. ious to 1intes-igate their rappings per
r =nt O-,is hands, the sonally, but he did not like to attend
f *1 ,.- niite fur on his one of their public seances, for he fear
I i.i rielf smooth and ed recognition and conseiluentily 1
I i i. -t.ih with his ap- great deal of talk. Finally it was ar
,i. .arch for food. ranged that one of the sisters should
it ito go, for a few spend a night at Mr. Pardeasus' bouse
Si i. among thile thi, k and the doughty Peter be Invited to
i..i. The mouse was meet her.
I ...l I probably have Miss Fox came, and the spirits came
k'1o-I.-win rd brought the too. The family retired early, Mr
Lr.. i-. If not, he could Cooper occupying a bedroom on the.op
rl.i.r-.I tine stalk. He posite side of the ball from that of the
i'i r rf' i.ose plais. how- fair ally of the supernatural. He was
i ,r>- not Lis %,Ivs. Just settling himself comfortably for
.' cii',ngbt. he bit thr'iugh "a long winter's nap" when a rapping
1,1 up *i lih- ci.nl.1 reach. began on tue headboard of his bed
it ri ) thick thaIt til. which sent shivers to his very marrow
1 fill Its full li-ngtii, and It was only the beginning of a "rat.
it 'ltd settled '1, 11 upon tat, tat." that kept up at intervals dutr
ti il the straw sill erect rug the niaht in nil l ui. ..f the ronI

tni 'tit li il~l a hi ni-ri' Ili al '' '-u u-u-I-
0 v u I.I.tf Iri t-i Tl~vin- m i, is d .wfurv m ]ilii emi'j \r. "i.'l a

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or, a i im to I -ug, piost b rla,1
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Addisn fnnortt to t. tI'w.
He i-t nhirklnk g it ini1htt !> !I1 :

tereste0 ii it. S- it 1 ,
when lie did .* I, li : . t i.
wife (. and she sllt:Isd to I. n ,
sott thnoi-n r of *it tii ,(t .. 1 I
Saii Ii mt;;j;;e.
'"'Wit iI miainc!"' s!he exbUtie in
asmttni'sSihmnt. i b~y *
"1 d ntii't li-ke to ti' ir i > S
rhauce for pri t' i .' i-. |i[ ,.
ing for his iVeu' I ll.i [,|-..r .I i
training for a '.1 -. .I 1.1 i ,, .' ,. I
know, and rapid -i t i .1 in 81 Ib ua.
I wantL Now go iabIIu."

Both Olad.
Said Mirs. Gaduabout. who ind come
to spend the day, to little tEdili:
"Are you glad to see me agaii.
Editht ?"
"Yes. m'm. and ti-ionnia's g!.-.J itor,""
replied tihe child.
"Is she?"
"Yes, wu'm. She saId sihen L b"rw y .-.i*,i
come today and have it orr -
Ohio Suite .hinti I. 71
5O1% 5nleldI.
A sour.' oo' f g .- it ,I -.i mnr ig all
w :rlcrs 3 is ih irnn ;il..,(iii.rm i| l ilt of.
f-ifl i 1 a liit rI y ii, :al liii e- ll. v wi c-h
Li toil- i.. it t 1 l-nat.' i-f '*' .ina isTi n. I
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At Dr. Mltchlues Drug Store.



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