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: September 20, 1900
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Saint Andrews (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Washington County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Washington -- Saint Andrews
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General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 27 (Sept. 28, 1893).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00073857
Volume ID: VID00079
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33065309
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.n, Vernon; T' a Assessor, J. JOHN L. CRA WFORD. dinner l ils in thei hat .ds, j.stle l she saw hin lean ,i41.1 and ....a .ea.s s.ra i tio her e, s at
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o le 7i. s htr,, i!. l.,LL AM...L A. .r. school bi..s and str|.et .ul l,...;. ,' h st ,dg- li with a sw ,il h glance. Then a. .e for years ,- l ,
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Orange Hill; S. Strickland, Pt.. Wash- Treasurer, making for themselves swilt 541 pe- nul, L l'peVr l his p1 ;np .
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drews l, ay, Joet Simmons, C erion. Superintendent of Publip Instruction, most il ste celiter of the station, a shelter?" he ask1.: in so'emn u lie had no time to waste wvrd',
V tle P In Strok WI. N. 'HEATS. fat fill w Id g lVver
tary o l ties, W A. mLoiis, C. H. Commissioner of Agriculture mex the g Weas mile as t sll,, IIe repli t I





NtriylC .epct Circuit Court trk. B E, McStLIN. a babyi buggy in which sat a black. She passed on, ill looking for a I should have Iwrie. o1 tle e-L






XVriXElwnit Sclool 1)iree E. Railroad Commtssioner, eyed ilIa lit clutching a tiy AmeI- lan1iliar face. wahatIon wben you would not liste .
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Hil *Conitov Presidential Electors, There was a sudden pressure frow aaucy young voice. hha shook her head. ,'ihe t omeyt
Postmistress rs. M. B. Jenks. JOHN Mon. BARR JENNINGS.ing
Mhlot o LLE JiOHN S. BEARD tie crowd at the eod of the epot; Soe up into a pair If Iine t ohat was left pem was t Ceur









ser8 Henr o{X. MW L. WILLIAMS sn I thie band mnarhoels in, to the tao lauhng 11eyes The owner of the i deco tin ta lose. t
o eW. 13. Lassitter, Vernon; Con,,is ofmen frcom tha great railroad Ish p'ihea id.















drf C.. Piepu, f otBa a lyFay g,' 'hic sa a the orbse put bib head out of the win dow, '' oui need never explain, e e
W Williainms Schipley" Superintendent Ailtorney General. delicate ladies in dainty attir.; and m il tie little f ow I.,-,e tile wil- word, tiioe had -not heard the pets










Clostla Surveyor, t.L.rHor-nOree schol bs andn strt ehis d For Congglace. ssman-Frt Dtrct.name fo years




Parker. niss S M. SPARKMAN. stars.and stripes borne at the head. and she saw that it was crowned with said. I kinov that I was wron.
?ostin itress,iirs. W. Tse horg. For Slate Senator, In the forward movement of the a wreath of roses. He held a bouquet Tell me what you have done since '
trage ill; S. rson GEN. WILLIAM MILLER. crowd, Gertrude Scriver fond herself in his hand. saw you last."
otma horsoFor Representative, forced to the verge of the platform, S- "We shook her head anyoud laughedks find I wentew to Philadelphia to prac s
ostinaster, Mrs. .Gay. S. W. ANDERSON. and not far from the nearest track. "No," she said, "I will save it for ice law," hie sepiied. "My uncle t
astce of lr, E oer .kiS. For Clerk of the Cirnuit Court, She stood there with her sister, a pi- soe P ellow who ha't made me his partner,
tasy h i, W. A. C.LCmoEns, C.H. o















ri paty i our o T, Coll. quaint figure in lavender. One year A voice sounded close in her ear He came close to her and spoke x-
Clinastep 0. C. TumpkiitC. For Tax Collector, e B
W. ostnaster, (A SALE. DA. Q.i JONES. of marriage and two of widowhood as though in answer to her remark: in ean ment tones.
'. stmastex, Woodfor For Tax Assessor, had taken little front her youth; and "They may the boys in the cardy s at "I am going away," h sai1.
'iostmistatr,Mrster,. J. W. WILLIAMS. she thought with a smile that any the rear are complaining that tey "Yes," she assented, '-you are go- a
WST YN FNo Trsdentia s possible acquaintance among the f llto't get any attention." ing to Manila." Her voice broke t
staser, Coo For Sheriff troops from her old home could not She pushed her way through the and a mist blurred her vision. She n
ostoffce on Laird's Mil Bayou. A. MKEITHEN fail to recognize her. A vague ex crowd, still scared p ning the faces at the knew wf at it meant to him; hardship, t
AIinmste Cur; ryCoious.AoN. For County Superintendet, citement stirred her; an undefined re- windows. The orge white petals of danger and a broken career; and she
osa 1irlic, Frank 1oskiu 'osliiia- W. T. HORN. cognition of tLe potentialities of the the magnolia had begun to droop. knem also what it would henceforth a
i ae For CoMnty JLLd', incidets of lfe. As she slft ofd*u The time Loh Slud at S hl into, ean toer she

2o_,tuastc and NoaFYor Counts Surveyor, ale lmad plucked a sinl sniigifol.-al l..., Roun t;,cFl.ng," L.i reacfiedd ** Wll youi marry mwt if I come. q
ark E r. o L. HORN. an offering to. some one s he might t he last cas ere n ciro d w.ihad ack ."t ue asked
oist press, irs. assel li'g. For School Commissionors. chance to know. Now she hold the thinned and of ros esal ficers stood on The train had begun to move 1 nd

y 1stiqd 3d S.Ind soy t 11 a. and 7 GEN BUSWILLIAM, blosso carefully, tat it might not the depot platform, talking to little e turned toward it instinctively, but s
Im.. SuRdav clool at3 p. m. Rev. D. E. SINCLETON, be crushed in the crowd, knots of people. Oh withh stripes I.e looked ntack for a reply. Theo pir

GAd Cincinuati st. Services e reoaivo lowed by the rush of the train into his back to h.sr. ai hd -I opped wiith "Yes," she whispered. t
tostster, ONrs t avH. W.Gu E. es the crowded st action. Soldiers leaned "shortened bre.s:hi a.d. glre suddenly Hie wrung her hand, then sprung
Toida peres ei'cr 3d Sunday, at 1c a. i. T oo long you'v slept; the noon is night; li











Pstastereig every Wednesdy Give me oneance f ov and trust, from the windows with wrathe of white. a the cr the n the steps of the rear p rm f
tiay nchBol every Sunday, 10 in As in the halcyon days gone by! roses on their heads, or stood on the cheers and the miouli.had laded from the last car. A fellow office cer slap-
ev. SL. Lod k, Loraine But the tender eyes are sleepinctor, yet, platforms, their hands full of owners. her senses. She stod in a suburban ped him o the back and laughed. 0
av street; Rev. R. J And y heart throbs on with vain re- In the midst of the music and cheers, garden of an astero hr rty with the That was a desperate flirtation,"
isateW. F. Woodford. For Tax Assessor, had taken little from her yoets; and "They Say the ,oys in the cars at III am going away," h. sat 1.























Mcl in pastor; p 'J. W.WLLIAMS. s women with th e Red ross badge on sicy scent of mpainkin her nostrils lie said, but his co ypaion did not-
Sudid o p.ch in unday Scthool at 9:30 01)! smiling lips, let again tleir sleeves pressed forward with and the breath of ti evening breeze bear him. i '
eorii to i A ho ur vie md w baskets tof flowers, holding them up on her hot cheeks. A an stood Some one on e train was shout-
Sld Fster street Love's own swet language fondly to the windows antad iftiamong them to lookin'tg down a attention, grave dark ing: What' the matter with ac-
speak! N.the soldiers tuthinsat crowded thplat eyes.meno And a hundredsolders
THE MAILS. But the parted lip are ilent yet, forms. her old h oowed a "Will send e away withrouthot and a weed, "She's all right!" 'c
Te ortiern ail, i Anderson, y And my heart throso with vain re- .. T
teionayihedand Clipi depaieveryday train of young girls, someA vaguthe ex- chancerowd, stila saiin lithe sat The people began to follow tIe
except SAI nd. y U t :00 o'clock oA a. For outy, cemandig haitack ad brass bustte- hieere d te .el wi.ii e pe i oss ible," slowly moving train. Goer atrude went dr
,t ever d, Frank oski y O! hands, caspogitions, a of th.e potentialities tl- he relied agno...la had er gu to ant to op, kit them, holding always her place forth a

Park Bay d ale anisWetappo, leaves With gentle touch caress my hair; diers' autographis in their albums see you again. 4 at the edge of the crowd. Her eyes
St. Andrews goJig east every morning Press out the furrows from my brow, Mi Scfive;r stoo still eaft early Then she tuined itul fled; but beo- were fixed on the platform o the last
at 6 o'clock and leavitig Wetappo at Where time has left the marks of care! . liid tle mock rpcehedge she car, where the young officer stood a
1 o'clock, arrives, con.ig .est every But the slender hands are folded yet scantg the cars asa.they passe, for d theitm ah .ed.e aeay wt"', wher bteryong i c omod W t
evening at 7 clock. And my heart throbs on with vain the glimpse of a familiar face. Niow, watched h as h t sadlyaway, with his bantering companion. With
regret. as she tried to move along the line and a-ll Ii L' H Ie fl not keep the one hand he was waving his cap to hk

VERNON TELEPHONECO. Beyond the kies te lids hall lift, se oud herselThe train ad begun to move a t
S CHDULE OF RATS:-For t.'each i ve The lips shall wear the smileof old; crowd. Her sister had fallen behi i eyes. magoha against his breast.-Virna
minutes, or fraction thereof, use o The fair, white hands shall beckon me and was talking to a whistlwaso- It had shbeeen a f li lveingqua- Woods, in Atlanta Constitution, re
nSt.AndrewsBay&Gay. Tfar-off realms of bliss untold; beside her. rel; but she had r d and gone ae e.
dinin B yed We sor oeet wherepeace and oy have he train had p. U iner th away, and t ey not heard rom richly dressed woman entered the
every 4tt h erdaty, at 11 it.. "tnte e Ice o rust cmpnd in sphrud





























SChipley & Bayhead.......25c There m heart shall teel no vain re- command of an officer, a detail o ea oer g three year o e a t cm t
conference ath .. c gret. -Fiat Justitia. o tdiers, two from each car, marc shortened trsh of e oy d occupied the ou her ayn to renta box
rasi 3d Sunda at 11 a.p Too long you've slept; the noon is niht;






























Fo transmission by telegraph through the waiting room into a r ore tha a i' 11,'l time; then asked the attendant.
p.ctrarTOnt eetlraphies.-a i..-. Gie It' Lon e be One. i G l on l o lo and trust, hirom uhi. the ou n. ** i'.n thoh witr an f- ba
und~ay 81311001 every Sunday, 10 ",. u. As in the halcyon days gone by! roses on their heads, or stood on tie cheers and the ,tinumtdad faded from the last 'ir. A fellow officer slap- s















SL're Lodi. em rik, Por o e But the tenor eyes are sleeping" yet, platorm t'eir ns so fwer, hrsases, Sihte toir'rn a suburban ped him on the back and laughed,.
















When hearts are full of song fruit. The baskets conltained sand- his hand. I don't ki0,,. l,.t ou m1 tHe voman 1 .
SR And two theart throbs on walkith vain re- te mst of the music and cheers, garden of an easte y. with theof that name." c
B SINESS DIRECTORY Unheedin window weather, wichmes ad radihes and onions, with "Gertrude," hae ed. Just then another woman, who had tc
nd t -t- 7And minding but yon merry sprite e nvelopes of salt, and potato salad She looked at h f, bewildered; and been transactintg soome business, raised tc
W. A.EMMCNS, Who binds their hearts together. done up in candy boxes. The fruit her eyes droopedt beneath the un- er head, and a frigid nod passed be-
tyL e; All way ar smooth, all days ar consised of croges and cherries, guat- e ded ardor of Both were ob. s yo know this woman?" asked it
urid ictio to adminite But the athted lips are silent et, forith lemon thes or the sick. The ivios of the e awaye and the noise the bank o 's cial. l right!"
affidavits, legalize acknowledgments, wth him or guide and sun; f i d h B had fottn "I don't want to know her," snapped r
e.anywhere in Florida. Special at- And three are always company marching ofor the so-iers increased about thm. V org wan the woman. "She lives next door to tI
teationy given to land conveyances and If Love be one. the noise and the movement of the the years that h separated them. me, and instructed her footman to cl
to wfarriage services, and license issued With crowd Thtouchy knew only at they utographsere to- kick my dog, just because it chtnced a
to lawfully qualified parties. Office at The road is smooth, the wind is soft, .* to be on her step. You needn't ask me t
the ArOY Office, St. Andrews Bay The sky is clut other overhead; The music o the stand had chang- gether again e to identify her, for I won't" C
But what are pleasant ways and days ed to "Columbia, the Gem of the She had given iS her haud, but "I wouldn't let you identify me," re- p
DR. J. J. KEaTE t, To those whose hearts are dead? Ocean." A boy t eighteen or nine- he could not ),i ak. There was a torted the applicant for a box. "I think w
Homeopatbie Physician and Ac- And what is song that fills the ears ani th t you have acted horridly about your
'coucher. Offices, PioneerDrug Store, But can no furtherhands are folded yet, Ca e It the car ,ow o ho k i e h old dog, andw t you n left the Doras so- b
















cornerof Shell avenue and Mihi- And what is light that eyes can see and receive of a bufa chiliar of carnation Have you no w for me?"he ety, telling everybody you wouldn't c
gan treet But souls can never know? pis with ried ile Mrs Scrive said alld again eyes not keep tave Chand h was waving member ap to h
t. Andrews EEPON lorid AhBey two there be that walk life's path watched himersel with momentay amse- and sad, a on ay he left her in In the meantime the bank oicial en- P
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DY*W. a. MITCHELL, As though they walked alone; ment. On his head and about his the garden. j tirely satisfied that the Identification L
sic.,iaei and Druggist, Commerce st., For two are never company neck were galands of flowers, and "I have brought yotu this," she re- was complete, handed over the key to C
east of Bavview, Offers his professional If Love be gone. j the box, to the ll concealed chagrin
services to the citizens his prof Stsio An- -D. Mcntyre Henderson in arer's. the buttonholes of his jacket were plied, holding out to him the droop- of the other woman, who had identified t
drews and vicinity. Residence on Buena p decorated with blossoms. ing magnolia. her against her will.-New York Trib h
Vista avenue. It Iassing. She passed on, pausing a moment He looked at lie uenriously. ue. '

0C. H. CRIPPEN, Why wepp the day's dead light? to listen to the loquacious chatter of "How did you know I would be Paise Doetrine.
S.There shall be stars at night, i, School Examiner-What is the mean- re
Notary Public. And morning's beams a blue-coat in tle next car. He here?s he asked, m Ing of false doctrine? at
Willattend promptly to all busineasde- Shalt read Love's deams leaned far out the window, detailing "I dil tI ii ki,..' shl said simply Schoolboy-Please, sir, it's when the -,
ni!>ngil>i his attention. Office on Ray- Shalt read Love's d, earns h cit it for I wold doctor gives the wrong stuff to people ft
view street, one lock northeastt of T. And kiss the darkness white. his experience with more fluency but I mut have t, for I wou dotor gives the wrong stuff to people
D afford's store -Atlanta Constitution, tha:i grammar, to a group of inter- give it t nu a e who are sck.-Boston ter. h





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sense thin to spend a week of his pre- Indor'seLuent.' I paused, biq
clous time in the a attempt, according to brows knitting. "Oh, this is go6d -uiT."
a promise, to collect an lold and out- he cried :ut. "It tells the story, all
lav-eied debht 'romm a' vaiii,11)ng person In of It. Listen:
tile e-st fi-r' t;e I mefit of some one "at ':;.-l',ii I ll. returned to the ad-
home." Ti h-i a:- 1 alw:;ys they called jutant, Fort Leavenworth, Kan..
him youngs ." Only this winter he had with the report that under authority
an experience which shlioud have been Indorsed hereou and in conformity
formative. It sltiioIed him. perhaps, with'-there's a lot of dates and re-
but he awdte utn!Clii'nl ed. qutsts that lie lihas to couform to, but
Bowen's brother. a F:old:or in the reg- he made out to pack your Itl',:s In t
ular army, v.:ot lo tlIe f:';;t in 1898. box, and, William, they're a-coming.
TIh !:1 v a'it 1,omn, however, bore a There's more indorsements, ti..icla;
hCavie, lt.li n of the distresses of the 'IRespectfully returned to Private \Vil-
-a; i iii i Cui' t!ihan the one who liail Bowen, inviting atteution.' I
saw trlie ',: n!~.Vhen Lue read In the gi:ess so! Have yuu g-t the goods;
iv-. p.);'r;1 that the army was keenly Williami':"
z,-Mi'.-:,, fr Inf'ood1 while whole shipfuls "No," said William. "I been reading
of stores 'e:rn.ne rii;tap')ped at anchor this."
a few iles off the te:wuch, thie young "And then tlhe adjutant returns re:
mnn s(eth!:'1 ---ith pent uni irritation- spectnliiy to yout bit you don't t g(et it
peit .! p until he lhe. d Ifiished a scrap of and thu. tlhe enplaini returns resp,'tet-
)r', hfust at his boarding house, where fuily to you,. ial you do get it, thir-
Ih(ere was oo one 'nut the landlady, and teenth and fmourteenth lId!orsenients-
he enaf. '1and found the ear of an ac- good, and the i.ex is on tle Way."
l:ainIta n'e down t,)wn. Clati'y, though dloausined, beeaiiie sar-
"Sa:y. v li!ut good are thoiee genern-al? castle:
They nin't fit to be pitcl]nig hmy! Say, "Do you1 eirculate a round roiii bt~-
t'd .rt a1 rope on to every one of those fore thley'll let you, put on them pants
hip. one )by 010te. and liaul 'Cm up) on he asked.
hore. and I'd dlump 'ern but and fill up And a few weeks later he had entire-
he brave fellows fighting for their ly recovered from the shock. Young
oun try till they was gorgedl!" Clancy Bowelt was himself again;
"You couldn't do that, or anything, "You'd 0brtr let me write out aboul
lot If you was a general," said the your ili,. -." lie said.-New York Corma
tlier. "Red tnpe." lie repeated the mercial Advertie'r.
ist words deisively. "Red tape!"
"I'd ravel it all out!" cried Clancy Hnuianity Ili Turkeyis.
nd hurried off. That was the man; "There's a good deal of human inaturd
his is the simple experience: in a turkey," said a farmtir. "The. bth-
The brother came back from the war er day while I was setting in the bard
ot a bit the worse either for the fast- door one of my turkeys come ,erklrf
ng or the fighting, but the chance of along and peekin right and t1, and
Lrmy life did not bring him within finally spied a rag on the ground that
each of Clancy's arms for more than every turkey had been traveling over for
year. Then, after everything else a week. Turkey picked it up and slatted
ad been said, the soldier let fall the it out. That minute every turkey In
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with most or his worldly goods, at the that he had got hold of suthi tlniht ia
barracks in California when he was or. mighty valuable. He run, and hd
ered to time front and regretfully wish- dodged, and he ducked, and he rufi
d he had thlom now. some more. Every few minutes somd-
"Where did you put the things?" one of them turkeys would get him by
asked Clancy, alive at once, ready to the wattles or else by the rag, and
Ike charge of the matter of getting there would be a tug of war. And at
iem back. Iast another turkey got the rag away;
"Captain told me to pack my stuff in and then there was another chase;
ly company lcl.-er, and I did-No. 65, Guess them darn fool turkeys would
tenicia Iarravt-lks. Second Infantry have been running the fat off them-
tor.hcuse." lotiled off the soldier, selves the next day if I hadnft set thd
"Will. all we have to do is to write dog on 'em.
ut t t:ie iman;. the janitor, or what "That's just the way with a turkey.
n -.i,'l 'em. wlho keeps care of the Let auy other one in the flock get hold
S...;-.. ., a: ask liini to seud your of suthin. and every one of the blamed
lids a:,.1g (,i. as you lhve ne-.d of fools will start for him or her and run
i1 I( ;'-. Ill fix it up for you." till they fairly drop.
"I dunno," said the other hesitating- "And, as I have said, there is a good
; thatt wouldn't be quite tight, you deal of human nature right thetf6.-.
riting thie letter and all. I'd better Lewiston journal .
sk n'y captain to write. He'll say
onll'im'ui(.'ite' to the chaps out west. Lifelike.
hen ii'il all be regular." Sir Robert Peel was once going
"Oh. w ell," Clancy sniffed; "that will through a picture collection with a
o, I s'pose. Is your captain a good friend where there was a portrait of t
eller? Will lie tend up to It sharp? prominent Englishman who was fa.
f not, you'd better let me"- mous for saying sharp things.
But the other Interrupted decidedly. "How wonderfully like," said thd
e would do things in the right way, friend. "You can see the quiver on his
nd It would be better In the end, he lips." *
aid. "Yes," replied Sir Robert, "and the
Several months passed. Nothing was arrows coming out of it."-Youth'es
heard from Benicia barracks. Clancy Companion.
ied to make his brother "punch up"
ie captain. H'e even wrote a fevered No Woman May Reign.
appeal himself to the man who, he The question has been asked wh.'
-ckoned, must have taken away those none of the daughters of the czar may
things and sold them, but the soldier be a successor to the throne on which
would not let the letter be mailed. The the great Catherine proved her capacl-
rothers nearly split up over this ques- ty. The exclusion rests only on an
on, for Clancy said he was ashamed edict of the Emperor Paul. the son. o
hat one of his family should have so Catherine the Great. Issued to dlse
title "hustle" Inu him. credit his mother's memory.
"I tell you it's no use to do anything
it wait," said thIe brother in his stu-
d, firm way. And Inat week Ihe was
roved righL A red ;IuLd. Ldue iLucId, f T T f ll
'*,|.D -IIi. I.,h .TIP ,.f i f l, pa --i., .
I' in1 ,t liJ iii Clit iO TT~


111j.I r 'an; il : ,it, -' ,i t ita u pa uit ;.i
opy of his letter to li,! ,nitaiu. '.aLt-
o the soldier. Hie .o,'i-iuLjt tlew tjiuL;
I Clancy at the firs; .,'[',. tuiiity.
"Snakes!" said th y3. i, i- ,.n.r. "IS
hat quite all? Conversational, ain't
? Well, let's see. 'Respectfully for-
varded to the adjutant, Benicia bar-
acks, with request that a search be in-
ituted for the purpose of finding the
nothing said to have been packed
way'- That's from your captain, and
hey call It the first endorsementt.' "
lancy turned and twisted the wad of
apers about until he found what he
-as looking for, then read:
" 'Second endorsement. The box lock-
r referred to was shipped, with all its
contents, to Fort Leavenworth, Kau.,
n Dec. 8, 1399,' and he says he knows
ou might possibly get It If you ap-
lied to the quartermaster at Fort
ieavenworth. That's good news.
ourse they haven't made it take any
tore journeys since. Now your cap-
ain takes a hand. Ile's respectful, but
e puts his paw right down. I see that,
-equest that the contents be forward-
d as soon as practicable.'
" 'Fourth endorsement. Respectfully
aferred to the quartermaster.' That's
t Leavenworth. Now we're getting
'arm. 'Fifth Indorsement. Respect-
ully returned the adjutant, Fort
ieavenworth, Kansas,' lie says. Well,
e's found your stuff and wants 'au-


S a food medicine for the
baby that is thin anid rnot
well nourished and for the '
g mother whose milk dres -Vs
: not nourish the ba!y, V
It is equally good fof the
boy or girl who is thin ad
IV pale and not well nourished -0
by their food; also for the V
j ranamic or consumptive r
adult that is losing flesh i
and strength.
In fact, for all conditions
of wasting, it is the food
medicine that will nourish
and build up the body and
give new life and energy
when all other means fail.
Should be taken In summer as
Well as winter.
50oC. and $i.oo, all druggist s.
SCOTT & BOWNE, Chemists, New York.
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MARITIM E. LOCAL DR IFT. the fingers and ears of the dead to se-
u eme the jewelry, oome of these
-Go to the Racket Store for ice ghouls being detected witlh their
Scream every day while the ice can be pockets bulging out with the disnero-
t< ',...^ "' ,.-..-' .--' .' .had. berod trophies.
,-- '' -he L.B.Q will cure a cold in one d ohie
"' .."*' dav For sale at the Pioneer Drug In iany instances the culprits i
'2". .'"' ^ *" ''+' 1 Store, were court minartialed and shot, and
^ '--.-3 --The Buoy is just in receipt of sev- now the military have succeeded in
eral fonts of new type, which add ma- putting a stop to the looting.
terially to its already complete job putting a stop to tie looting.
NorE.It must remembered that the printing equipment. Contributions of money foo?. and
wind is not a wholly reliable iotive pow- -A good big Tablet for 8 ets and a other forms of relief are pouring in
or and if the sailors sometimes find it im- good thick school tabletwith 175 leaves from all part of the world, but the
possible to make schedule timeitmustbe for 10 ets; all with handsome covers and destitution is unparalleled oil this A
charged tothe elements; they do the best good, ruled paper, at the BUOY office. continent, d with ll the con Are
t0evean. continent, and with all the contiibu-
--Our correspondents will please pear
The schooner Cleopatra arrived in mind that theirfavors must be mailed tious its difficult to avert distress.
from Pensacola, Mo r early enough to reach us not later than lBit through it all the survivors are
from Peacoa, Monday morning. Monday evening; otherwise they cannot hopeful and courageous-the work of
Capt. Gwaltney reports having been appear in the current issue. cleaning up goos steadily on; t e
delayed for twelve days after Doing -Bring your ordinary senoolink bot- water orks are again in operation
in readiness to start for home, on ac- tle to the Buoy office and for 5c get it water s are again i operation i j|
count of rough weather, filled with Arnold's celebrated Chem- aid the fear of a pestilence is averted.
e schooner Ari arrived fro ical Writing Fluid-the very bestink Railroad communication will be ie-
The schooner Ariel arrived f made. Must have your own cork. established in a few days, and all
Pensacola. Tuesday morning will -The new school house at Pittsburg Galveston seems determined that the
considerable St. Andrews Bay bus- on East Bay is fast nearing completion, city shall be rebuilt and placed upon The n
iness. It is a neat frame structure, and it isolid commercial foundation
expected that the first term of school inested
StL AdJrews Bay, will commence there very shortly. than ever.
Pnnt Wnp4 ,-The first tip over th.: n!. t _-_ A MonFer Devil Fish
a sacola passenger line i I. oi .i ., .. TI. p.. ..... ii
d Pll en sraoG0ll a day last. Capt. ,Wit ,erIll reports assur- malady is felt on oreaiis and nerves and
PASSENGER LINE ancesofagood and rowi business muscles ad brain. There's o health
till it's overcome. But Dr. King's New
PA .SSENGER LINE. -Handsome letter heads with St. Life Pills are a safe and certain cure.
Leave "t. Andrews ev Mlorday, 5:30 a. m. Andrews Bay date line and views of Best in the world for stomach, liver, kid-
West Bay 8 :00( either St.AndrewsBluff, orBuena Vista ney and bowels. Only 25 cents at all
Pt. Washington 1:00 p.m. drugstores.
Arrive PensaLola 11:00 Point, at 8c. per dozen; also map of the
RETURNINGo St. Andrews Bay country on back of a Reit Karl Suicides.
Leave Pensacola ev'ry We'nsdav 6:00 a.m. letter sheet at 12c. per dozen, at the Never wvere the people of St. An-
Arrive Pt. Washington -4:00 p.m. BUOY office
Lenave ". Thursday 6:00 ai.m.
Le West Bay every 11:00 -It you are thinking of buying prop- drews more profoundly shocked than
Arrive St. Andrews 1:00 p.m. erty in St. Andrews or immediate vi- when, on Thursday last, the news
D, M. & F. A. WITIERILL, cinity, you cannot afford to purchase. was brought down that genal Ri
D.B, POWELL, until you have conferred with the pro- was *g ow ta Re
an gers. prietor of the Buo. If you are short of Karl of Wetappo had committed su- Y O
Pensacola and St. Andrews Bay money and want to buy on longtime for icide on the day previous, the act
FREIGHT AND PASSENGER LINE, actual settlement you can be accommo-
dated. terminating at ten minutes before
PACKET SCHOONER -Have you a sense of fullness in the 6 o'clock on the evening of the 12ti,
A R I E L region of your stomach after eating? If
SDNF, ASTR so you will be benefited by using Chain- inst.
L. E. DAORDn, D STE berlin's Stomach and Liver Tablets. Early in the forenoon of that day,
A ND They also cure belching and sour stom- sher, his nearest neighbor,
PACKET SCHOONER ach. They regulate the bowels too. Moser, is nearest neighbor,
B LA N CH E Price 25 cents. Sold by L. M. Ware, called upon Karl, who shortly coal-
Make regular trips between St. An- St. Andrews and Bayhead and all med- municated the lact that he had swal-
drewsBay and Pensacola. Freight and icine dealers. vve a p Kent drug and expected
Passenger Iraffic solicited and courteous -TheBuoy received from thecam- that all would have bee over beore
and careful attention assured. that all would have been over before
Ar'Patrons entiusti::g either the paign committee at Vernon on the came in Mr Mosherhasi-
Ariel or the Blanche with freight must night of the 12th, with a request to aiy oue came in. Mr. Mosher hasl
meet the captain at the boat or make ar- publish, an invitation to democrats to ened to Mr. Kronmiller's, who lives
rangements with sor e lusin es house attend the gathering at the county seat about a quarter of a mile distant, ,ind
having a wharf to receive the ame. the 20th inst. Unfortunately, the the two returned and later in the
PACKET SCHOONER issue of the Buoy for the 13th was al- ,lay they were joined by Mr. Robt.
ready printed and mailed, and this is- Latrop, the three gentlemen remain.
St. A Tdrws E. sue being on the day of the gathering,
Leaves St. Andrews Bay every Tuesday, the notice would be of no avail. The ing by Karl's side until the eni
leaves Pensacola every Friday, card was dated the 8th and should have came, as stated. He retained con-
tioher permitting). Special atteli' reached here on the 10th, but as it did sciousness for several hours, but ex-
tion will be given to receiving and
forwarding freight for parties ling on not the postal service must be held ac- pressed no regret at the step he had
East and North Bay, r'assengers for countable for its non appearance, as re- taken, and confided to them that,
points on either arm of the Bay canl quested by the committee. tak ad cfided to te tat
depend upon securing prompt trans- -The Atlanta Constitution has an- knowing its potency, he had procinr-
portation at reasonallip ratpQ For he Atlanta Constitution has an
S_ .nelr ii.lonrai,,i .... .. nnuI -1.1iu word-cotest to ed.the fa l drug it Mexico, and had
L. M. WARE, Agt. run through the miOths of September 'kept it for A birty-three years in con-
and October, and ten per cent of all templation of using it when the pro-
NAPHTHA LAUNCH, yearly subscriptions to the Weekly
Constitution received uo to November per time came-that le was "tired of
LU R L IN E. 1, will be set apart and awarded to the life," and "ready to go."
CAPT. D. M. WITHERILL. person or persons who shall supply the He had methodically arranged all
Carries the East Bay Mail between St. word omitted from the following sent- his affairs, giving in writing explicit
Andrews Bay, Wetappo and intermedi- ence, selected from a standard publica- directions as to the disposition of his The
ate points. Leaves St. Andrews daily tion: "There are a number of our men effects, and arranged that nearly ev-
(except Sunday) at 6:00 a. ni.; arrive at here, among the residents and hidden efect an arraged tat y ev
Wea:00 p. at rives at St. Andrews et in the cloisters; but for the fear of the erytiing of value he possessed should
7:30 p. m. Makes landings regularly at '- they do not let themselves be be divided equally between Mrs. Mo-
Harrison, Cromanton, Parker, Pitts- seen." The money will be divided pro sher and Mrs. Kronmiller, and thl.t
burg, and Farmdahe. Freight landed at rata among those who substitute the his body should be buried on the
any postoffice wharf. For passenger and
freight rates, see rate card in the sev- correct word before Nov. 1, 1900. homestead, at a place designated.
eral postoffices.
DAvID M. WITHERILL. Contractor. P Reif Karl came to St. Andrews
UGALVESTO N'SI Bay about twelve years ago, landing
A Week's WeAtlier. DIA T ER liere a few days before the arrival of
The following table gives te maxi- DISASTER the editor of this paper, and between
mum, minimum and mean tempera- -- the two an acquaintance was soon
tures, the rainfall and direction of the
wind, for the twenty-four hours ending IS STILL THE lorned a close friendship has since
at 7 o'clock p. m., as indicated by U. S. ''- TH existed, and the writer does not hesi-
government self-registering thermom- CHIEF ONCERN tae tu say that his was an exemplary
Sept. 12 M89 71 80 .5 se character his word a s : a a
13 92 71 81 1.11 s bond, and he was loved and respect Uia
": 14 g 4g lo More than 5 000 People ee by all who knew him.
16 92 70 81 .00 sw He served a term as county corn-
1 7 92 70 8s .00 aw Lost Their Lives. inisioner with credit to himself and
Forweek...- -89 I 71 I 80 I 1.44 as near as any man could to to tlhe
satisfaction of his constituency.
Parker Lodge No. 142 Human Fiends Mutilate It is sad to think that any one
H. F &e A-sM 1L[ should thus put aa end to their own
Regular Communi- the Dead to Secure existence; but none of us know the
,/.- cations on thie first u r disappointments and trials ot anoth-
C ard third Saturday Jewelrv, er-and not knowing them, who shall
Vin ineah month ers say he has a right to condemn or
FRATERNALLY INVITED. pass judgment upon him for his act.
W. .A.E o H. PARKER, W.M. Swift tetribuctjicon Overz Cettt is be w5 ,a, w ^. -
W. A.. EwMosSeerear- chronic physical infirmity contracted
Ga. over the Teephone. takes the Ghouls. while in service in the regular army,
A lady of the West village decided to and this may be, and in all proba-
Lrave a meeun .c... crhos. biiy th as


have a telephone placed in her house. t .
At about the same time she also decid- bihty was the prime cause of his act.
ed to have a gas range put in. After a Funds, Food and Relief Rap- He was German by birth and was
family consultation she Instructed her .about sixty years ot age but neither
daughter to order the telephone. In idly COIming in, but not about ixty years o ago, but neith er
the conversation both the telephone the immediate locahty of his birth or
and gas range had been spoken of, and Fas than his exact age are known by the
the daughter apparently became some- Bt oy.
*rhat confused, as will be seen by the
following letter which she wrote or- The Future Looked to with
oiering the telephone: "Dear Sir-We Brave Deternnnation---lear- Healeduts and Bru e Quickly
lave decided to have a telephone plac- iutL Up Goes On---Railroad ea ,
id In the house. Please give t your CConituuication Soon to be Chamberlain's pain Balm applied to a
immediate attention. The house Is cut, bruise, burn, scald or like ihjury will
Inot piped for gas, but the street is."- Restored and tie City ll be instantly allay the pain and will heal the
sted (Co .) Citivn. ebu ilt. parts in less time than any otner treat- 361 I
A Night of Terror. Accumulating advices from Gal- meant. Unless the injury is very seeere it
"A wful anxiety was felt for the widow veston all go to show that the first will not leave a scar. Pain Balm also
of the brave General Burnham of Mach- estimates of the loss of life were en- cures rheumatism, sprains, swellings and i eI
ris, Me., when the doctors Ssid 4e could MTJ
not live till morning," writes Mrs. S. H tirely too conservative, and the may- lameness. For sale by L. M Ware, St.
Lincoln, who attended her that fearful or of Galveston's latest estimate says Andrews and Bayhead and all medicine
night. "All thought she must soon die dealers.
from pneumonia, but she begged for Dr. the number will exceed 5,000 while
King's New discovery, saving it had others place it to 8,000 or 10,000 in WANTED-ACTIVE MAN OF GOOD CARAc-
more than once saved her life, and had ter to deliver and collect in Florida for
cured her of consumption. After three the entire district devastated by the old established manufacturing wholesale
small doses she sleptreasilv all night, and storm, house. $900 a year, sure pay. Honesty
its further use completely cured her." more than experience required- Our ref-
This marvelous medicine is guaranteed to The storm hail hardly subsidedl be- erunce, any bank In any city. Enclose
cure all throat, chest and lung diseases fore fiends in hInlai forl, blacks ann self-addressed stamped envelope. Manu-
Only 50c(1. anil $1.00. Trial bottles free a. a faturers, Third Floor, 334 Dearborn St., Please I
all drug stores, a few wliites, commenced hacking off Chicago, Ills. I


p.`


U MAY

not be in a position to mine on your
own account, but you can buy shares in WELL MIAN-
AGED PROSPEROUS COMPANIES and make propor-
tionatelj just as much as the large stockholders.


NING

IARES OFFER

to the person of moderate means A
SURE AND PROFITABLE FIELD FOR THE IN-
VESTMENT OF THEIR FUNDS.


Dividends which they pay range from 6 per cent, to 30 per
cent. per annum on the investment.


ih ranked second last year in
the list Of

D IDEND PAYING STATES!


SALT


Young,


LER AND BROKER,


lick Building, Salt Lake City, Utah.

of

IERICAM BANKERS' ASSOCIATION,

KE STOCK AND MINI14G EXCHANGE.


Buoy when writing to Mr. Young.


THE POPULAR


PESACOLA, Fla. Opposile Waitins oon, n, Union Dm I rt,
Is the Piace for Passengers Coingto and from
ST. A NDREWS BAY.
Rooms Comfortable! Terms Reasonable!

.-..l-F....


255 Tons Burden. Passeger capacity 50
L -SSE-T G-ER Z RATES:
Mobile to St Andrews Bay and 5 00 St Andrews Bay to Apalachicola.. 2 fto
.. .Cromainton..... arrbell. 8 0
Apalachicola........ 7 00 Carrabelle.... 3
Carrabelle .......... 8 00 Apalachicola to Carrabelle....... I7
EAST BOND. WEST BOUND.
LEAVE. ARRIVE.
5th 15th and 25th at 7 p.m...........Mobile...........12th, 22d and 2d a.m.
7th. 17th and 27th p.m... St. AndrewsBay .... ... 1thb 21 stand 1st a.m.
8th, 18th and 28th a.m..........Apalachicola........lth, 21st and 1st p. m
ARRIVE. LEAVE.
9th, 19th and 29th a m...........Carrabelei .... 10th, 20th and 30th noon
Connects at Apalachicola with steamers up Chattahoochee River. At
Carrabelle with C. T. & G. Railroad for Tallahassee.
For further information, freight rates and special rates for large parties
Address, CAPT. jAS. CLARK, 1 A SpeCialist. I'
A few days ago a well known Wash- rst I IT la
ington lady, being unexpectedly bereft
of her kitchen assistance, advertised LI-r'
for a colored woman capable of per-
forming general housework.
The first caller in response to the ad- t' *
vertisement was a mulatto damsel, be- .'t
decked with ribbon and finery. From
her airs and graces she might have of the womb "'. 'I
L ..n a ]t:, :t .i"' ;.. -in, .i She- r. ri q .. ..
-Trm ..,i.en -r vertisement and was desirous aof se- '.
curing employment. t .'3 I N .'
"Are you a good cook?" inquired the (aERSTLL'S FEftiALE PANACEA)
lady of the house. Try this remedy. No matter if every-
"No, indeed, I don't cook," was the thing else has failed G.F.P. will cure yotu
reply. Mydaughtcr.Mr;s.MV TI I l fr.. rd
"Are you a good washer and Ironer?" ,.. ; ... .., ..r- .... ,, . . .r : n-
a h n f i p I".1 ..,i~ '. **I 0 r F. P.
was the next query. LI i,-..i.. ... ,r .. i '.-1 .. ... ,.' l. r.d
"I wouldn't do washing and Ironing; h.r ii, ...i r-,i ..r. a ,r.,ni1 hereiso
it's too hard on the hands," declared nw-eioi.. ... t.u,,,.u Ii: ,r,.eilLt.
the caller. Thl i. . EM .
"Can you sweep?" the housewife then TreO.F.P. atonce. Iti nI mlaeyou
wanted to know. youofranyt orimoffrli.,le Weakness.
"No," was the answer, and It was a Write to our LAMDTEASHLi. LTi ITH n U a1 g
positive one. "I'm not strong enough cf ri ;* ..' : 1 ,j ,.I aiot y uriceara5
for that." t.-a'rT. ..I.' m.rrn l* l.TI t LC. o a*
"Well, In the name of goodness, what l-. uere ." n ....A B .TTLE
o Tsd the la of the PRICE $1.00 A BOTTLE.
can you do?" said the lady f the It your diruggist does not handle G. '0. P. askm to
house, exasperated. The placid reply send for ., ..-j-i.e n us your order and1d 1.Wa
we will l-, i y ..].Ire&.
was: L GERSTLE & CO., Chattanoola, Toem.
"1 dusts."-Washington Star. -'Ma. I at bead o y class" '
Chamberlrin's Cough Remedy a "How's that, Dick?"
Great Favorite. "Teacher says I'm the worst of a141
The soothing and healing properties of the bhod boys in school."
this remedy, its pleasant taste and prompt Do I our Feet Ache anid urn?
and permanent cures have made it a Shake into your shoes Allen's Foot-
great favorite with people everywhere. Ease, a powder for the feet. It cools
It is especially prized by mothers'ot small the feet and makes tsght or n(w shoes
children for colds, cron nd whopin feel easy. Cures corns, bunions, awol-
hildren for colds, cro and whop en, smarting, hot, callous, sore and
cough, as it always affords quick relief, sweating feet. Allen's Foot-Ease re-
and as it contains no opium, or other lives all pain and gives rest and corn
harmful drug, it may he given as confi- fort. We have over 3t,000 testimonials.
It cures while you walk, Try it TODAY,
.lently to a baby as to an adul,. -e'or sale All drugists and shoe stores sell it,
by L. M. Ware, St. Andrews and Bay- 25c. Saropl# sent FlR'E. Address All
head and all medicine dealers. le S. Olmstead, Le Roy, N. Y.


--t"t x"'~r' -: -Ii


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riunes!


lade Every Year by Men
Swho invest money in



i e enterprises in Uta!



uini business yields a greater percentage of profit on the amount

,lii any other business in the world, but of course it must be

NA i ED 'JO BE b tL.CL' lLiMBi -"''-


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i. F. BRACKIN. I CASTI STO;RE3 I W. L. BRAt'CKX;

R. F. BRACKIN SON.
DEALERS IN
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, BOOTS and SHOES,
Groceries, CLOTHING, Hats and Caps, .
Laces, Embroideries, Queensware,
TNin ani galt, Harlware, Ship lanilgry.
Grain, Feed, Paiits and Oils.
SALES. s.asssw.s .sa, ,
1888- 0
1889- PROSPERITY I
r-%%WW +1890--
CASH 1891 CANNOT

1894 I TII VE 6
KINC! 1895 ON
1896
1897 R IT i
1898 6ReD I T!
1899 el.% c ,i-. .s ,
Our Increase i3 Busills FProves ]is Biyod thie Shi:w of a
DOUBT!
.All Goods Exep-tFlour oau iu ,, T F Ad-, l r

We Lead, Others Try to Follow
R. F. -ACI & SON.

SALESMEN WANTED!

Good Wages and Regular Employmemt!
For Good, Live, Energetic, Cnompetentii Salesmnen. A ply for terms.
We will have tor fall of 1900 and sptinf ol 1901
AN IMMENSE STOCK
Of Apple, Pear, Peach, Plum, Apricot, Cherry, Grapes, Etc.,
Also Small Fruit, Shade and Ornamental Trees, Roses, Ete,
We do a General Nursery Business, and make a specialty of whblle.aling
to large planters direct at lI,, prices W\V ite for whiholiaHle pricelist,
Address CEDAR HILL NURSERY & ORCHARD CO.,
W i 1cl( ester, Tennessee-

RACKET STORE !

Corner of Bayview and Wyomine Avenues on Bay Front.
Glassware. Tinware and Notions!
What you can't find at any other Store, cnlie tti Ihle R A C K E T
S T O R E and get.
Bread, Pies and Cakes, Speecaities.
GODA RD, Proprietoir.


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-'ARKER. Democratic Speaking. rerional. .
Special report to the Buov. Hon. 8. M. Sparkman, nominee for C. G Alleitn. ill .I \\ .l-h,,..
A. M. Trailer of Marianna has congress for the First Congressionai ton county speit :, .is ,i,, i 1 .a
purchased oi 0. C. Parkei Iis. bay District, t sether wilt othIer lstsl- A drews this w,,.k.
Iront honie, i't whici i he will miove guiind Sj ',iktelis, will addi -ss lthe Mai'rshal Vsatl U ,i Chipley ac-


ThI'lrdlia y, Sept. 20, 1900.


ST. A N) REWS

PRICES CURRENT.
; i.,' I !; I l HS.
4. far, i lb Tea, ~f it
S.i.,,hn e ..... 6 e No....... 5. 5
I',..I,.,.\ .... 5. 1 Gunpowder.. 401
It brown. ,... 5 Uncol'd JI, lVii 1i,
S'iffee, 0Cold milk, t' oA|
Green.... 12020 Unsweetin't.10
Arliuckle,li 12-15 Sweetened. .... 8
'iinger snaps 31b 25 Baking powder
3 rackers,soda 10 Royal ...... .. 50
-. .e.:.., plug 20a60 Caimpbell. 10
3 I' tCanned fruit
Londonl.i "-I,', Peaches. .. Oa20
Valencia...... h Tomatoes ..... .Si12
",ie. ....... 61 Apples........ 10)
Apples 1'.. 1 .......... 15
Evaporated... 1:2) Plants.......... I)
l)ried Peaches 8 ,. ;*..i . i"'-
O.,al Oil prgal .... 15 Si r.. ,l.. . 20
gasoline ..... 20 Pineapple ...10-10


ineese pr ...' 15 Chipped Be. il.:.".
Butter .... 25-30 Lobster,.... :.
Lard .... .... 8-10 Salmol .. .. .
tIeanas .......... 4 Canned '.., l .. -
Cocoaniiut pkg. .. 10 Baked Beans.. 10
Fiuit n,l.l .. 10 Ooril ....... o10@ 1
Jelly, glass 10l12'12 Peas.... ..... 10
l.i i, .n1 i; ... 4 ulpkin ..... 12
s l,,:i I-r.z. 15
PItOV VISIONS.
I.Iiur Pork
Amn'nSwan 1/ .2.5 1). S. pr It ......71
M.N,i.lia .... 2.75 Bacon Sides..... 8j
C. n M, '..ll' bhu60-70 Fresh ....... .Sai1
Oat Meat pr lb ... 5 Br'kt'st Bacon. 1
Corn per bu ...55-60 Haiinl anvassedl2
Potatoes Shoulders..... Ill
Irish ..... ..1 20 Beef
E.,,I lt'se seed 1.20. Corned......... 8
Sweet .... 75 @80 Fresh.. ...... 8l0
alt, pr sack .... 85 Dried ......... 25
Ta le ........ 5 Milk pr iqt...... 10
H ARIDWARE.
tNsails, Der lb3,;a4, Ax,with handle. 75
Galv wire do.6a6i Hoes, each .... 35a5i
Manilla rope. .9al20opper paint, can 45>
stoves cook,. .$8a25 Linseed oil, gai55@t60
Pipe, perjoint 15
DRY GOODS,
Prints, per yd. 5a8 Checks .......5.0t)
Scli..i in g .... 5a9 Flannel ....... 15a40
Alusiii. ...... 9all Thread per spool. 5
Jeans ... 15a45 Shoes, ladies..l1a275
Extra pants pat 225 Men's. .$140ia300
MlISCOLI ANEOUS.
lJlVy pr cwt. .75al.o5 Oats pr ht ....... 55
Bran .......... 1.25 Brick pr M.. . .103.(10
tope Sisal 7.@.. .7@9 Lille pr l...... 75
FRUIT and NUTS.
Oranges pr doz. Pecans pr 11..... 15
Al;ple ......... 12 W alnuts. ....... .u
lemons.......... 25 Almonds........ 15
OYSTERS
in shill pri,000 1.50 Opened pr qt .. 15c
LIVE STOCK.
Horses ... $30al100 Cows....... '15< '5
Mules. $. Sl$l10 Hogs ...... $31o $4
ixen. pr yoke $30 Sheep ........... $I)
PVIU LTRY
'jickensesch 15a25 Geese each. 45a.50
rfarkeysa .. al.l10 IDucks.. ...... I 5a'0
" -. F I ..
l,i]lh. l 1,1 ,t.,/ .*! ...* M I ,.I l. 1 1I. .I *1.50}
Trout........., .5 Trout ........ 4.50
I'omipano pr ih.. 6 Pompano ... 10.00O
SiurgeoUs ...... 10 Mackeral .... 8.00
LU M I Iit.


,,i '. ,( eiling.
.. $14.001 Heasrt, Vt ui...14.00
.. 12.1)0 Face ... 12.00t
... 10,00 Sap ... 10.00
p ii;, ', Cl i)lhourd ,
Sli,, 14.00 1.x iin. m ..$121.00
10.00 nIu-li.i lum-
er. 8@l-I l)er, d.. $12@i15.00(
ingles, 2.50 Llt li, ]) s. .... 2.100
" 1.50 Botait Iiu ilier,
dressed... .$20


Sriii. OF OHIO, CITY OF I'ortDO S s
LecoAS COUNTY.
Frank J. Ciheney makes oalh that lie
is the senior partner of the firm of F. J.
Cheney & Co. doing business in the City
of Toledo, county and state aforesaid, and
that said firmn will pay the sumn of ONE
RiUNDIED DOLLARS for each i nd'every
case of Catarrh that cannot he cured bv
lie use of Hall's Catarrh Cure.
FRANK J. CIHENEY.
Sworn to before me and subscribed in
may presence, this 6th day of December,
a D., 1866. A. W. GLEASON,
[SEAL.] Notary I'ublie.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally
and atts directly on the blood and mu
tons surfaces of the system. Send for
t1 imoni.dl. free.
Sold i,y driiuvqllg price75c. per bottle.
Hall's Family Pills are the best.

The" fia.nry ol Grip.
The h ftory if ". ip.' or influenza,
itan only 'Ie tirae.-I i. L l, v. iit any cer-
tainty, for 300 years. Perhaps its home
Is In Rui.ian. It rllinlius c ijta in .r.:;i
charnct,-i iisi.. ch ii ;:1 ., it r-.:-." .
.la1ZRI etc-u5_ tuidc-er such uilh Iii LMj.O


under the name of "*. ip li:hni.t" Is
found in the diary of Pierre de L'Es-
toile In the time of Henry III of
France, as follows:
"The coqueluclie at Paris, year 1580.
-From the 2d day to the 8th day of
Oune there fell sick at Paris 10,000
persons of an illness having the form
of a rheum or catarrh, which they call
the 'coquelache.' This Illness seizes
you with a pain In the head, stomach
and loins and a lassitude throughout
the body, and it persecuted the whole
klnglomin o France while the year last-
ed, so that once having come hardly
anybody In a town or village or house
escatlped.
"The best remedy the doctors found
was to make the sick abstain from
vdie To some they ordered bleeding
and rhularb. for others cassia, and
finally they fuu i It best to keep the
sick iu bted and2 nl'iw them little to eat
nnil ih ink. Tbey say at Paris that of
llis "iO,uiielicliSe' there were dead at
ti.'iie. in less his.sii three months, more
than l'J..i'1.J i-erLeu'i.."

Notice


Is lereby giren to all parties holding
elhuin.i against the estate of It. E.' "ow-
ard. lilte o1f Washingtini county, deceased,
I'. orepenil Ith ni to the undersigned ad-
minisilr'irixs ail in Ilir .: months hereof
or Ilt sane iil be barred by the statute
0 J ITmitalion3. LOTTA BROOKtE,
)ated July 23, 1900, Adminitratrix.


hi; family in Oci.'ber.
It is understood that Mr. Heuder-
son and family will' soon take charge
of the hotel at Miliville.
Miss Grace Day of Croliaitoti has
beeti appoil.ted by the Calloluis.
colntly Fclhioul coitnmissioniers, teacliea
of t lie blo]nntfitown school. It i's t
veyr d'.sirables alpapnninii t ienit \lan Miss
(Grace is to be congratlialeil ull being
tile favorite t: socnre it.
Miss Palisy liasseorI'g is itachiing
scsiool at UBxtler.
IRev. IHerlielt Joilinson of IInI a I ile
has been and is conducting a s.eiies,
oif miee(tin.gs ;it tlie J'Pa ker sctlioi
hi itise,cniinitn ugi n last SIIiGday Iiio is-
ill, ai ; n cisituiniiing every inightl (r-
ing the week, iilso lnext Suinlday
tlioriisig andi night, (GoDl congreo-
gratioln's are ii, aitteiilidano.
(n p P-i .- r ',']1! i -I vo liis p iroinl-


Ia 1 Il l .m tle i,) nyl hIn In,
'soon to boil..
Mrs. McRlyivihls anId clilIren .of
Qnievy, Ill.. who havw bocni spon l1-
ing a few weeks at (iromaitiiii., llt
last v rek on lthe schooner Heni p-
stead, to retul I to their h mnle.

A Frightful Blunder
Will often cause a horrible burn, scald,
out or bruise. Bucklen's Arnica Salve,
the best in the world, will kill the pain
and promptly heal it. Cares old sores,
fever sores, ulcers, bolls, felons, corn,
all skin eruptions. Best pile cure on
earth. Only 25 ets. a box. Cure guar-
anteed. Sold by all druggists.
el .st s' ,, <: m;S'erd.l
"I i'en;!t,', well once when Jo3
l:'ck!;nir'n and I vweri.' On the same
'ouinlittee." said a scen'itor. "It was
1n1rin-g a l)e oo(.:dalc admi inistration.
ind terie had ,veeu a good deal of
bother trvyi_.g to gfu te secftary
of a7ricul;tu:'e to l'gree to ta certain
:hung, and t'ilackburn 1;idl b,en sent to
talk him oover to til' c In tfat. the whole rabiiet lhad heet
iilic('llt to d(c vi';Ih. W\hi.'n Joe came
'ack, several of u:,A Wt'i' 0i'setirled
!1l tIheo o(011ii i o:e (tuii, iiio'lg us Sel.-
itor Vest. who 1s sunlk dejectedly iln
thle depths of an armchair. Some one1
iasksd:
'VWell. Joe. did yon sueeted?'
"'Succeed?' lbe echoed. Then he
hegan to t:'alp up and down. fuming
iend fussing. Finally he broke out:
"'Of all the ol'.tinate things in the
shape of a cnhinict oflicer 1 ever en-
counltered. COmumlndi ire to J. Sterliun
Mortou! Doa't you agree with me.
Vest?''
"Vest roused up slowly and answer
ed:
'I'm so'Y. .ITo, but I am 'omn,'tA
ted to floke Sn!tlh.,'
"It was thil e uniniT'st thing I ever
heard." cout'inted tile senator, "and
our bill was mwver even reported."-
Saturday Eveuing I'o:.t.

A"mos TSixere A.liready.
Miss l'orteI-- Yes, dcar. we heave been
engIged for n long tiIlne, but what has
prevollted mle troii taking the irrevoca-
lie step lihas always lweiun the fateful
qiuesiion. **\\'ill he love me when I
g'ow ol, ?"
Miss Teenny--Don't worry, darling;
you'll soon know no.ow-Stray Stories.


LEGAL NOTICES.,

ICegistrattion Notice.
Tne Registration books of District
No. 17 will be. o en for the registration
oofti of t district at the store
in Millvillo. each Wednesday and Sat-
urday until October 10. 19!0.
W. I. SINGLETARY.
V*,0ist1i'tloii Notice.
The Rengistration books of District
No. 5, (St. Andrews) will be open for
the registration of the Voters of the dis-
trict, at. nv store in St Andrews, each
Tuesday 'and Thursday until Oct. 11,
1900. B. V. BROCK.
RIteistrattion Notice.
The Registration books of District
No. 10, (Parker and Pittsburg) are now
open at my store in Pittsburg, and vot-
'.rs of the district may register at any
time up to Oct 10, 1900.
N. W. PITTS.
('iliation ot Atniinistration.
In County Court, Washington Couaty,
Florida by the County Judge of said
C.,untr '.
\k her .l., I-. l. e .;..d ir la- !lppl;d 1t..
I A I .... r t .. .r L .l - ..I A i'i i ; -II. ..t ,i


;li all .ii' singular the kindred and cred-
itors of said deceased, to be and appear
before thi court, on or before the 19th
day ofOcti.ler, a..1. 1900, and file objec-
tions, itf any lithey havt to the granting
letters as aferesaid, otherwise the same
will be granted as prayed.
Witness my name as County Judge
of the County aforesaid, this 27th
[f. s.] day of August, A. D. 100.
J. R. WELLS,
County Judge.
Notice.
State of Florida,
County of Washington.f
To J. F. O'Shlrib nessy, and all others
whom It may concern:
Miss Gussie Butte" has this day filed
tax certificate No. 18 to the 1eY1 of sec-
tion 5, tp. 4n, r. 13w, less a strip of six
acres off the east side of the ne1 of said
described land, situated in Washington
county, Florida, said certificate being for
the non-payment of taxes unDon said deo
scribed land for the year 1897 and sold in
the year 1898, and demanded her deed to
said land upon said certificate; you will
therefore take notice that I shall on the
6th day of October, A. D. 1900 in the town
of Vernon-in said county, execute to Miss
Gussie Butler a tax deed to the se14 of
section 5, twp 4 n r 13w, less a strip of s x
acres oil the east side of the ne14 of se14
of said described land, situated in Wash-
ington County, Florica.
Witness my hand and seal of office this
30th day of August, A. D. 1900.,
[l. s.] W. B. LASSITTER,
Clerk of the Circuit CourtI
of Washington County, Fla.


pe,'ple on .1;1 dLtatu tiAni u L i.u p. aces
mentioned below.
September 20-Vernon, day.
.1 20-Chipley, night.
21-Marianna, day.
2--Quinicy, day.
24-Wewahitchka, day.
," 25-lBlounistown, day.
26-BriBtol, day


" 27-Apalachicola, day.
" 28 -Carrabelle, day,
Speaking party divide,

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B1th' g ,with ll ilohuol will prevent in-
.jurious ifI(Sfcts fro111 poison ivy, or, if
iile puois-on ha's takXn eit'.-t, wetting
the afpetr'd )r't with aicO(-i, to, x'hich
sugar of lead has bten adde,l. until a
milky alnppearau,-e is obtained will give
relief. The wash is poison and for ex-
ternal use only.


A Torturing Snu esttei.
The doomed man shudd.'red. "There
will be no music when I march to the
scaffold?" he asked anxiously.
They reassured him.
"There was a march played when I
was married," he mattered. "I-I could
not bear to be reminded of that!"-New
York Prtss.

PARKER'S
HAIR BALSAM
Cleanses and beautifies the hair.
Promotes a luxuriant growth.
Never Fails to Restore (ray
Hair to its Youthful Color.
Sure scalp dieses & hair falling.
iOc, and$1.00 at Druggits


SEND

MONE DOLLAR
TO THE

mT PL!S,


Jachsonvile, Fla.,
And Get the Best Evening Daily
Paper in the State till De-
cember I, 1.1900.


J. J. KESTER'S

ICE CREAM PARLOR!

SODA FOUNTAIN!
SAND
CITY BAKERY!
Fresh Bread, Cakes and Choice
Pastry!
Always on hiand.
Bayview Avenue, Second Door South of
Wyoming Ave.
J. C. 3RAINARD, Mgr.


DR. W. SEATON,
D E N T I T ,
East Bay, Opposite Oromanton.
Will Visit St. Andrews bv Ap-
pointmenllt.
COCAINE ADMINISTERED,




B. T BROM'S
Is the Place to Buy

Clothing and Gents'

Furnishing Goods
At Rock Bottom Prices!
At is Store may also be fonn ld Con-
stantly on Half,, a Fall Line of

General Merchandise
AND




Mlun ill. i111 I0- t t -.1f
ford ample opportunity fo.i thea

Repairing of All Kinds ofTinware
Here are manufactured tne

Sheet Iron Box Heatin' Stoves !
Which are so deservedly popular.
A call at B. V Brock's Store will
convince all persons of tlie geuluiine.
iness of his goods anid lownessiof Iis
prices.

Como an Be Convincg!
t *

W. O0. BUTLER,
Attorney at Law,"
CHIPLEY, WASHINGTON COUNTY, FLA

jgV "Land Titles and Collections I
make a Specialtv.





Reference-Awards at 2 greatest World's Expo-
sitions and thousardI 1 .. i. ;n positions.
Costrof,'unl Businesa C'o'-rP. n.-l'uding Tui-
lion. Books and Board i., fr, i:' ; t ... $O.
8HOUTTHAI1, 'YPE-.WrITiN & TELERIPiY, SPECIALTIES.
ItNOTho Kentucky University Diploma, under seat
awarded graduates. Literary Course free, if desired.
No vacation. Enternow. Graduates successful.
In order to have your leters reach us, address only
WILBUR PR. SMITH, Lexington, Ky.
Note.-- Klenuck Univerity resources, 500,o!0, and
had marf lo tssidifiat t n iteinaW It yosr.


C( i tll'1 s -' a A ii '.u vii Us iis visit
to the Bay. |

A (.i. 'I,
T0o the -V... ,'. i H L 'i-'t' ..i fW ashini -
G 'crj i I 1 1 ; t' .1i

since 'e tn't ,:. 1,, ir' ':,,,r ,i..',t WVasl-
ing-ton County for the ,bi,,io1i and cour-
teS y extended: i .... i ; mocratio
County Cots' i';w i *.' '-, i o May
AATIun n ,


never, asked








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EngenIe Named I Magenta.
Mme. MaeMahou halh a fortune o
her own, and when hir husband be
came president of the trench republic
they entertained mc.t -. ,1n 1.11y. Shi
gave not only the o( ... ial iini,.r and
balls, but one or two pr vate entertain
ments each week. She became as de
voted a Catholic as her husband.
When MacMabon .- .1-l the French
army at Buff'......-. i. 'v..n the mar
shal's baton an-i ri,. I nl,...i Due de Ma
genta. The in. 0..--- ..4:! obliged to
seek the Empress i.l.'rin-* and "ex
press her sentiments." Sihe wore for
the audience a dress of reddish violet
velvet, the color of a rich amethyst
The empress admired til. color, which
was new, and -i.:,..-tl.T it -hould be
called magenta i1: .:i-.Mi-iluent to the
new duchess. .\t til iiLpr iml dinner
given to the officers of the Italian cam-
paign she wore a velvet train of the
new color.

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I~w rr 5:1are tuz. ..'v, b'rtause
Ithir t~rcuW 'r; '"s''.s':i PQ. The'p,'.-e 11~

cai' I .s'oe cii % -.J'i't -tc~narc
J iiisson r'5 ..api'iif B Utsith

~ m,,.i~7-,. :u Isrjn nin the 'lar-d-can
p-wa e ~d,'bi oa ptrar'o..he'alth she
O~es h:r Ised sor-,.- D'r'... "ant
t'Ob,S! h i-A PH'lt 111iiprhieiI.s ~and
k..rr? 'Ame rc-i Cardul %,'III agi% r it





sra'n-theli t; te mA organs and Invig.
lorstes v,-.ihcaned functio'ns. For ever%.
ferir k ill or sitaknessIit is the bea t
Imedas ins' made. Aik N'our drugqlst for
f,1.10.11:) binic Uine of C~irdtll. and utake no
substitute Under any circumstances.
M'm ES-r. Gam,. ric. ~h."W'hen I
aon~r.er s:i .a0-n5 a..sc f -Co, dW I W AhardlyV .Sk'
,L w, 'rv vilet". UC ...CTin.wa eks ater I rAed
ii fa r.Jsane stl x-d .ia.-berri,. tnhauso,
Other chldwsbonIsufrd w *Aaor paing;24
no sue Aftel r russing she Wine disingipregniancy
j~ 1It jlit Ns. I t~s'hO'il i-9t5., .ih I'1 S Ar,; r. and
weein Ie'..'cr c".IY si~us v a It ilsi.-e pen,
an I ha'ae;''s',no% f nii.1' F ..

Fs, advice 'isn cases r-'..0' .' -I directions,
ae-4ress givi'gAdvplooey
1~~~'sossJ ttest's Co.,

c.", 5

7.i
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" '. I I
N il. -I I
gil.l a i' 1.
e l ..1 il

months a
Old Got
ask?
Dobbr-
ground o
them as
cash, I-I
longer.
swers.


LooIk in
Your mirror
today. Take
P st look at
your gray
hair. It sure-
ly may be
the last if
you want


your gray
hair a week longer than
you wish. There's no ^
guesswork about this; r
it's sure every time. ri
To re-

color to1
gray hair A "w -3

"fe r( i WR-

using it
for two
or three weeks notice how
much younger you ap-
pear, ten years younger
a[ least.


fr-s H air Vigo rw ^
Scores dandruff, prevents
falling of the hair, makes
hair grow, and is a splen-
did hair dressing.
It cannot help but do
these things, for it's a
hair-food. When the hair
is well fed, it cannot help
but grow.
It makes the scalp
healthy and this cures
the disease that causes
dandruff.
$1.00 a bottle. Alfdruggists.
"My hair was coming out badly,
but Ayer's Hair Vigor stopped the
falling and has made my hair very
thick and much darker than before.
I think there is nothing like it for
the hair." CORA M. LEA,
April 25,1899. Yarrow, I. T.
Write the Doctor.
If you do not obtain all the benefits
you desire from the use of the Vigor,
write the doctor about it. Address, "
DR. J. C. AYER, Lowell, Mass.
A A A---^.-p *y-y-y


Good Feed!?er".
A hostess of the wOs t cud, W ,
ton, who propose, ?'"iv'.5g n di' ur to
some doetcra visiting 1 a convji(,li0n in
town said to the catier w;.'u she had
finished with her ord~('
"Now, Mr. X., I tr' -t y wi n. "!:,
this dinner as tlie as I. ':.. for my
guests come from all over the coiuuiry.
and I v.,nilt thwu to see how well w,
it'., iL :'t t'tdi'l 'p.s'
"lh-- i th" (doctors you're goijns to eh-
t, I ',a. t'hel :" askedi ihe ca..i'eOr.
- "Y res;onct. the, l:t.oi s8. "
't ,'. vte a inn i'cr of t: doetor."
'':, me uy list, then," said th e:i
t, 1'. ...ad he iol'u iw i;i pi= ^(:, ti(d o I
II.. qun.o,rz of cve..'" '
i i.'tiq aride to pearly double tin
r;.'f,, 1,i ,, of win?'. < t
..t do vo'I I pai y IL.". T
I ,'. ,'o l. "1 .y l: v > !-. c'5r'' .
Sthe quantity of evel thitn so m ue.
really '"
"I was a!! .-g;t at fiif.t for f1^. r:\:'.'i
nary guest, mamLam,'" s:1' t. aIt"r
witI nn ex cxeatesdra ir. 'iL.t then
sawbones does eat n.ud dios dri''k-
they does eat anid adlin. ';ni trado
seers to giva 'em an 'ppolite."-Ex-
change.
The Poiawsos-ot Pl' rt'le.
"It is a noiotiouis l'i <." sa s 'The Na-
tional Dreggit, "''a'.: ti.' il, .ieapple is
considered lthe h",:t I,'l!,I y of all the
edible fruits of thi t"ropies by those
who know anythiin, o0' l(,l niatter. The
juice of the '.!** un ,- .i] l''ovi:ng plant
Is credited in Java, !' i', P ili' ;'ios and
throughout fl!e far east gnioeraliy with
being a blood ipoisoni of a moost deadly
nature. It is t a,:: t' be the s:,bstance
with whin-h tpe .'':'i!; poison their
krishes a ind .s d 'crs a ,' 1 i. also credit-
ed w.th being the '!i h r nall poison'
fo: ;!y in -.e :'no ;'. ': origiual Jav-
""Ce womoC n ho"'";t universally.
These 1wotlrcn fo i'ni.i- (or some thir-
ty odd yearsns ro), anm! il'.s'bly do yet,
cultiva-t-d a na]l, s"n'oo-imes monire, on
ea'h hand, to a !onD,,. sharp point, and
the least scrntc.h troni pne of these
ivwas certain d'cth."


ii," ., i .n i ,i '. c an.*, 1.
S-ie as R endy.
S,1 i I I' ' i He (describinpl his journeyings)-
T n h -. -. '' D ( ;!r:e i .li;i. I n'acle my
, ..1 ".'" wa to At; :' '. :'(d fr'-ii there I
go ., '- r.- n'o went to thle ditin.' 'i: s in South
o. i y Africa, vihier(I" 1 niiSie 'y foitnne.
tcash--i 1. ,.\ ? tHow, may l do y, n .o e,. C
r""y 1 Then-do y; ml s ,;ii .10, '1ioo Cryn-
ikle?
-Thosc e .,th ,. She (with a viv!d hlI )--To the
f to t' I ,'t' .. 51po. ,, 1worlIs eds '. Roeksw ortihy:-Chi
gooseber. r. .r: go Tribuine.
cannot ,].-iliir, truth any


They_ are Col 1


Ciireil ibt (1Ti'imi '
ter Thirty Yrars oi'
"I suffered for thirty v
rhoea and thought I was
ed," savs Johb S HabIi,
Camp, Miss "I bI ,i p.. 1
a'id money and -urr'..-l
had given up '11 ii..,..
was so feeble f,..r i .. i
rhoea that I (t'ril.- ,J., i,,,
could not even i,. ,.I. 1.,
was permitted I .. ,I .il
herlinii's Coli,, (_ in.. -
Remedyv, and arl..i i ,i.,i,..j
I an entirely ( 1. .1 ii i t,
so pleased witl. ili,. i .' It
ions lhat it be i i, t 'I ,
as I have." F., ..I.- I.
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tl'K ''! (ii I ;.;t :;;il I0 (' .0' 'It'l '. i t ;. i!
l.. h hi ivs :i ,o'i, iso o''r' li l ail l ei'i
aK: ('5! !i.OA !;,
letf o o l "i1 ;'i ,-id illt I|, :' l I s iiopl r
ty, 'I'bc .") ;(.o:. m !z f1t lt ocks, the
sl;e

pl,. d I (I I i r; es's (01 'y'is.1 pro-isions
anl 17 I1n-ICo dogs v' il0q act as gu1'rds
.gilst tL' v'wolves. Thle r:tri'ino sheep
travel 400 miles to the hioiltiaJi:.s, and
th total iune. swe lt on thie mni ration
there and back is 14 weeks.-Spectator.

Practical Poltisen For Iii tsi ts.
The iugouio.s !.,. ,,,,,i |l.,n I 'yaten
known as the r- i,, ,, ,.','. . l,.n- ',i r
by V ilson L. Gill, to x )..- .f-i. 1
largely due its success in Omaha, Chi-
cago. MiiwauLee and other cities. On
one occasion a ('lass of urchins was be-
ing ttu'gsht 1the mysteries of election
(h ay. One boy .as inadle a Democratic
and; a s'econu a Re )ubltii.an inspector,
i wo0 wre ticude poll clerks, two watch-
ers, two nil.!idlt0es, and so on. \When.
ail thie t,';-s hi!l td eeot tssic ied, a
s(1;o'%e jtlwj d tid lt'', Ai' w waloo up
', t o" c* ir, i +'.n.d,: o,< hI, W n I ;o!ic -

*'0 "- 0:n :: (':0 1'" u, l poll


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and advisable for mse.
N/ i o. 17--- ith Plain Onrn Sllhl t Ia. f'o
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l'at.k Coasts.
,An i7." i< li '5' rv li lin. rather porm-
po/t;' X lnianol e'l ... ... ," to ,,,il'c
M uii U.i'., 0V,' .( feoiti of i.d l.ih. a' Ii t 1
X'itt:.; cimu'llH..V s\,t': !t.
(-e. vlIKa t'" minister roturnoed
1t'Iiin i Ms suio'u'L'r ho'lCS :t ys, hI happen-
1l to i'l (.t h'is yonllil 'ilacquaintanlce,
wio 0" .-'.nied tQ have been at work.
"'''h11 l', have ouon been?" asked the

e"',vti)tg tht' cililneys att the viec-
1',s'.''e, was s lith' !oy's a'nswver.
"Ieo'V ulriiy chiiiineys are there, and
U t;:ui!chi ('s, yo(,u got for each?" was
t1cw natt 'Tlie swvep said Ihere were 20 chiim-
'-ys a ud tii'it he \sis :ilid a shilling

'i lie (l-rgyiana. fti'er thinking a nio-
1i~ns looked at the sveep in apparent
IsiH! lisilieil!t. "Y'; la ive earned a
great' decal of mone0ay in a little time,"
lie iv'u arked soei;niily, wondering,
lpro'ba'ily, wthat the sooly fellow would

"\es," S .1d the sve,,'p. tiroxwing his
bg'' over IMs shouikl';' is lhe started
*,V y, "'d i \ i tacit conts
A V, \\iWho W ladZIRCk CoaIs
ogi.t our im)my very e--yil'

WillP 'op r.
"As a lawyer Quibb's snecess is due
largely to his great power of will."
"Yes, I understand he has broken
more wills than any other man at the ,
bar."-Philadelphia North American.


< s;:;.-i. tI.a e ''hruoa't,
S!i! : ;, ;bd by I -r:
r"'l:* i'; i. f 0 ';i' su u: lsul re it
it' n'.i 'i '. i 'it e pli c rio" f
of t1 !'':"', ) ;d .;. iu.':t lie I'"' i
a l'i i '; i U st:'l i be ; 1 '1. ii'.
I '.( w hii, 5 ,Oi'Ul, t; 't ;i,. 4.
'r'''.''!c By ;:'": .'':'' i t::e uat:1;'.l way
on'vly Sh" n'i;';.:iu" s "' .;';.k' ( ;'f t',e uvula
all 'm' a* ans'.l hi' e i:-lse nf tida
ton ; asell ea{' l : B,;t 1tr ..1i1..
t ;"e ;i;.e : .u i ,,; l'. i ,., I .. ,.I
bmc'jk w i;n l :!,. !li!:i til e ..,'. i.. ul
reniti every s.,':i'. .G the phar'ynx
6 ti' .t' (, etiv('y.
'Te !':oifn' :t;- A-naiIe cf the twd
i. tid.;l:l i ;n ;(, t -stfa by pa ;nting thd
plijssli'ir s';!f3fc' et iof i' ( ip.rVux car e
falVy With a sit.ron _< S ii:tio O T0f i.. lli:-
h lne blue !;id t;''li tti.lt ig the '', ,t
garglo.i ith c int the usual wayl
wxhein it \ill lie lfonlnd that the waler
ejected will l' (h'iear nnmd unlstainlled
then let him g'urgc' agalI holding thll
uo;se a'.rld tlrowi',g inis head well back;
when the ejected UIiJd will be found
S, :. I and anll ilsjt-ectu on of thli
I1 "' .' i.1 -l i.. i at i ti H I- 1, iV L:-
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t'iltt gargling1 is not only useless as it
I ('thod of mtiedication lnt is '.ii' int
effect ial evcn aus n I ,.- of cleauinsi1
the plarylix.--Charlotite Medical .Jour"-'
nut.
A n-oSa rcentinstuekLy Rotei.
The P'li('iux 1ihoitI is ill one 0 ense tlh)
oldest hotel in the whole w,-esternl coun-
try, for it hag, with varying chiugesr
continued to exist ever since thle ',eaF
S100. It was hire that Aaroh Burt
lodged in 1806 while .en',n, 1 In hit
daring cofispiraicy to make hiiisi& f tha
head of a new empire and was he6i4
met and welcomed by Herman Blen,
nerhassett, the cultured but unf,., in-
nate Irishman he had so completely,
fascinated. Here, as far back as Jef-
ferson's administration, Democrats ail
Federalists, in knee buckled breeche.s,
ruled shirts and >iiIigleu cues, talked-
redhot politics. It was the scene of a
sumptuous dinner to Lafayette, ani'
later was the stopping place of thlo
wily Mexican chieftain Ceneral Sant;i
Anno.. IDuring the civil war. whild
Lex.bglton was hold by the Confeder;
atecr, it was the lihenad(larters of Gener-
als Bragg .aiulti Kirlby Sunit, and before'
the struggle eidve.1 sheiteiod General
Grant. P'resid'.nt Artlilu has also beed'
its guist.-Lexington (Ky.) Observalr.

Jack Was Glad Too.
A S?;!t I.ake (.ity paper reports that
a tall. gaunlt womann, with g'i r hnai
nd1 a somewhat fierce exp: e,-sion (I
coiiuteinluce, lately came fo ti? -'ounty
clerk of lte:. ser county, Utah.
."Y'(ire the man that keeps the mar.
'riagPe books, iiO't you'?" she asked.


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'" (t:<.;1; t Ii" lt0aht th'e woman:
'Ma2.isrsd LI.W VIaltcr:4. didn't heo?"
"The Ine is is;ld i. r : warinlagd

"Yep. ''.'ll. l'ii Li'e. I rhni: I; t
l'd ou'uht to .come i atrl iI ,..l th.it
Jack I'etei's l;hs escapedi."

Pat*' Renady VWit.
An Irishminan who was travrelIlng
through London met two Eiglishtnueu,
who thought they would play a joke od
him.
One of them said: "'hood tnmorning,
Pat! -Did you hear th6 devil is dead!"
The Irishman put his hand t hid
pocket and gave each a copper ,
They asked what this was for, Id
which he replied:
"'Tis always a custom In nild Ire-
land, when the father Is dead, to givr
something to the poor orpi'lu."

A Renit Maseot.
VWhat Is an exit. pa'?"
"Exit. Freddy?' Wiol. It Ie i atid
placard .hs n ng raornid ion the walls Id
theaters find opera boioss tio k e'p peo4
pie from lhihllii, i t y cinell irae."--linL
dianarpc ."1r,, r. .,
W hulin 3 .1 s iili a, |it. i-,in pIhsitc trt
the new it .l t'lii.. il~n ii Sinmalif
and Liver Taihlels. Thel'lt ai'e Angy Id
(ak< aaid pleisantii, in Saimildes Iree at L. M. Ware's. St. An-,
drcws and Biayhlead andt alt mep.'li'inI
dealers.


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MUP MobllhY's MIR

Summer Romance
In a City.

"No, I'm tired of seaside romances,
so I propose to stay here and see what
sort of romance a summer In New
York has to offer."
Sam Storrow jumped upon a north
bound electric car as he spoke, leaving
the man to whom he had announced
his plans in a speculative mood.
"I'll bet," murmured Ralph Ralston,
as he hailed the next south bound car,
"that StorroN's had a row with Madge
Marbury."
Since the date, just four years ago,
when they had left Harvard, neither
Sam Storrow nor Ralph Ralston had
settled down to any serious occupa-
tion. They had devoted themselves
to the somewhat indefinite pastime of
"looking around."
It had been the kind of looking
around usual with Idle men of private
means-moderate dissipation and love-
making, or the pretense of lovemaking,
with women who were as well off and
SIdle as tLimn- Is-s.
tlifftnus '"u a L.' a1,h 'ittel ,f thue two
4 uhofut and his .-il" r ,.. .ti M1.'?
M dg'.: Mart.ury might have r.---ulte.l
in matrimony ere this ,wre it nuta fur
the frequency of their petty quarrels,
none of which might ever have occur-
red if they had not had so much idle
time to quarrel in.
The excitement of these little tiffs
had begun to pall upon him, and when
the last one occurred he decided that
he would stay In town when Madge
went away. In fact, he was hard up
ror a new sensation.
The electric car whirled him rapidly
tp Madison avenue. IIe looked at the
monotonousearray of drawn shades in
the house fronts-inevitable symptom
of the summer season-and the thought
came to him of the darkened, silent re-
(.c"-)ton rooms so gay with beauty and
fashion in winter time. But the butter-
flies had fled to shore and mountain,
l-aving Mad!son avenue to console it-
* self until their return. AMiss Madge
Mlarbury had gone to Bar Harbor.
"Goodby, Mr. Storrow," she had said
to him just before they parted. "I
hope you'll find some romance in the
city to compensate you for your self
imposed and solitary martyrdom."
These words enme back to him now,
Bund the recollection made him feel
more than ever resolved to find his ro-
mance during his summer in town. He
would not have Madge Marbury chaff
him on her return.
Ralph Ralston thoroughly disagreed
with Sam ;torrow as to the relative
charms of city and seaside in summer.
This was natural, for the two men had
never agreed upon any question since
the day they first met, and neither bore
much love toward the other.
So a few days after the meeting with
h Storrow Ralston was In the vortex of
Bar Harbor's gay life, troubling him-
self very little about romance and con-
tent with agreeable realities.
There was no more agr'eanble reality
than his present proximity to 'Miss
.Madge Marbury on the veranda of a
cottage that nestled picturesquely up
among the pines.
They were enjoying the beauty of
the cool Maine night. The intense blue
of the heavens gave tbhat suggestion of
illimitable vastness which, though the
suggestion may be always there, is
only borne In on us under the spell of
certain moods; the song of the pines
I kept time with the more distant music
of the incoming tide, and the breeze
came laden with a mingled fragrance
of balsam and odor of ocean brine.
d "Can you imagine, Miss Marbury, a
more fantastic notion than his staying
In town in search of romance when he
might be here?"
Ralston had been expatiating upon
the eccentricities of Sam Storrow.
"I don't know," she said. "We may
find our romance in the most unexpect-
ed places."
"I rather imagine that Storrow some-
how is not without some definite idea
of where to find his romance."
She begen to think. If that were so,
why should he not find it near her?
Her vanity was piqued, and Ralston,
being a good tactician, tried to follow
up his advantage.
"Of course, Miss Marbury, I am not
In Sam Stor'ow's confidence."
But it takes a very wise man to head
off the sudden turns of a feminine
train of thought, and his words had
just the opposite effect to that he had
G intended.
She said impulsively: "No; if you had
Uls confidence, you would probably tell
me more."
The next moment she regretted her
impulsiveness, for it was no part of he
l:,.'iicy openi ly to aid i S i.-tL' .:-- hhmi tinti
-"h, hfs'1 rtor." f'ill-y t5,i"ldi- up her tCi'nld
as to which of lhe'se mnei- -
Well, the thing \was to repair her mi?.

t.,lIi. '1,,tt B'li-'w T'istjiten must not Ib(
interpreted too literally."
Ralston was far from being inclined
to take the sex too seriously, but it
was as well that women, for their owa
peace of mind, should think otherwise,
te Ele took his cue from her and answer


it ed, with another laugh:-
to "It would upset any one's seriousness
le to think of Sam Storrow installed over
on on the east side in a tenement and go-
a ing to Tompkins square on band night,
es in search of the romance of the slums.'
is "Is that really true?"
ig "Yes; he has been seen there."
ch "By whon" The words escaped hel
before she could 6bey an intuition t(
by keep them back.
at "You would not have me betray con
th fidences?" he rejoined.
She began to think she had been un
just to him, and when he came and
stood close to her she did not push het
chair away, nor when he picked up hel
far from the next chair, where she had
thrown it, did she make any sign o-
disapproval, and so it was natural tha
he should presently occupy the chai:
the fan had vacated.
"After all," he reflected, "you can
bring any of these women round if yoi
only go the right way about it."
ed. And, as for her, she had veered bacl
ov *o the old point of view-that as be
5( ;ween the two men one had shown hlit
devotion by his presence, whereas th
ne otLher litd feoun a superior attraction
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"If I thoue
confidence. j
in belated ad
should not w
He knie.v
enough; for.
ing of how v
b ohies tlonie x

barker. 'eta'
into a strod,)
: deeper, n"d
taut woanidull
They \veri
the edge of
taken her l11I
her part. F
and griluall
half facing
arm, whi-hi
piazza at W..
cle her iL i
should, tell hlI
attempt.
"Miss M.. i
very eai
worthy e 1ii
It was iih'
plainly a str
for In Fl.- .
blood (,--ii
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it yeon 'oui l betray any
a. Ralston." she said now
wer to his last query, "I
nt e >-er to see you again."
x'h:.t she meant well
Ike herself, he was think-
'*y ., r to victory hlie had
c 1 i!tL list night on
scte:d to have grown
isoig i ;: tie piitnes swelled
i-.'" i .:t',, an,] there was
Su;:'. !note in the dls-
stutii;:i ._ ,,i now on
the veranda, and he had
d without any protest on
lhad d1 a<;n t her gently
ai-rotiiid. so that she was
,hin now, and his other
Fill .i .1 the post of the
I s i ady to etinir-
ri.,. iOn .nent his instinct
j, it .i- safe to make the

S" e whisk r( into her
That yo, 've me
c' confitdeiee."
-i ditch, and there was
gle going on within her,
the cool Mttine night her
.. 'ast that it wvas a race
, t ili(i pulse Ieats.
Ir, h instinct warned
..Vini -r a victory


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free from inm atnd darted into the
house thro ah the open French win-
dow.
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The '. iij, I',- playing in Tompkins
square t..* r liotle-y east side audi-
ence who iad poured out from the
reeking rooris of torrid tenements as
well as frdn honimes of comparative
comfort. Dlcent pover ty, sqi'lid need,
relative weslth, rubbedl shoulders here
upon a ground of comnnon equality.
But in a l mote corner of the square
the electrie;ightI p'y(-d wsith a rather
weld ef'iet'( uptiio m ,ti :'-,gely deter-
mined face ft' a wnuioain- a fined look-
ing, high l'ed woman, clearly not in
touch with her sumrounrlii;g. Beside
her sat Sai Storrow. .Hii: e.'s upii ithe
ground. l-'tt his co'impaio:i was keen-
ly alert, aid preset'l:'. v,';in tsbe saw
another woman appro:w'ling. t:ihe wait-
ed until slihe noticed F borrow give a
surprised start of re:o.,nii oi, t led then
she arose 4gd spokii to the newcomer.
"Miss Marbury." she --h1a;l, "wh'ni I
sent you tat nanonymotus ltter to Bar
Harbor I believed I could reach your
heart, although I had never seen you.
I brought you hert, to opin your eyes.
A week ago Mr. ialph l-ialston, walk-
ing within me across 1lie, sqitiare'. pointed
out Mr. Storrow. whoni did not know.
'Storrow.' sa!d' hie in his >i::.1i iipnptntt
way and as iif it were' 1t1' >:,t joke in
the world, 'is sluitli;it:i' f'or ro lianceo
this sunimer in to'wAi. Gc'It'itequitted
with him and show hinu the tent(Ir ro-
mance of tihe sl 1u1s.' I .t.il one of a
university settlement Pirty living
among the east side t,,ne:etl(nts, and I
got ackouainttd with iMr. Si,'rrow and;
with his stoly ;ol iii.,s !:,'.' -
"Miss Marbury, to IaT.'I: It.lston',s
propensity f-, i C.ih tii. !t '.' i c
m y rnu.;l", i ; !d it,; i ::. i v : :.- :'
turn, and i6iy resolve tk) sIpi a l i'.m I:
Ralston's roLnmance is no st i t'o I' t;'i
my resolve that y.u; s ::. : : 1 ,
my experience. Mi. :. i :
not a 1n1,1 haler, L'::t :l! t *. I
shall never be '.s ,
my irnvt.ni ge u'ipon ?:; t.,n -i h I i
sw'eoter If I know t' t '" "
your roI.Itouce in ore \', i -i rt e thy Ks
you."
She glutteid at St;'':,' :. wt.o ;~'t
there l ., , I i le ti:" i .!-':i'
cent'globe, glowing with ftiful rtili
ance, illi i.i.-.l the ohi one wo'nia 's fan.e on i ti'e 'fit'S t'e
first drin'tii ., of the trulli.-Chicago
News. 5
Ai Odd Cotnt, ioiel-:;.
"Late oie nighlit si!' .') isit'
westertl t(V u," 1said 1 iii t i i ':.' ,-' '-
operator, received x i !a':;: i' '. .
real, "If 3 : wish t o si ee 5 !,,'.)t
alive, yc; 'I1 have t ,.. ... ..
ately.' I ,l- 'esati,' e (i' .;.'' i', i,
Franti -'' i, 1, 1 was t i''l),-i il i i
n an *, ., -. aI 'r.s1 tiei' sit i t ..
the I ..(i,1, I put (n im y i.:t
w en: '' .'i I deliver d' ie s.'' ; : .
It was ;ili .1I. U i li that he sl i..:\
at once.
"The ;-I I ,] .1, cn1 t '"!t I" !, :' :i tih
left at i l , i t. 1, l \ 1 t:i.e' \N i :;,
ing his ii he i il i.t' I: 1 t r:,'
sage r i ; i t to his 'trth!'e t .. h::
left home 0 yeas ! f, ',, ; I,...
whom lie he1d heard notdhi- ,;...t i;,
that time.
"Tlhe a ni. l t a nri a I c;.tc :, i ::
asked if th'l e were ';5. mie's. i.st-, (;
him, giving he lisae .mt on'ts lihe ion
man who h left the night bli fore. lI
must have .1 that I luok,',d a it .
rather t'lan u for lie vwent on ,t) I
plain that. 1 lid a brother in ('ti ;i

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whom I haod
across thi.-- ;
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before the ii
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"A pretty;
phian," say,
"who is no'1
strives to ,al
pearing-in t
the boa'Id w
chain aLoInl
l.Ig gi:ny ja
plain. rirdi
S.lt' gd,,!l ,:.
g.Il chain
aUil d..wn ti
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smell '.me
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e name as the ol.i niau-
lent on a wild goose chaso
u, iint. lit. Fortunately for
ijf', ii,-.I to another town
sl an.'n a;ot back. That is
th' -t ,'ry except that it is
it ". Press.

well knox, n Philadel.
the riihitliptlia Record,
at Atlantic City likewise
ract the eye there by ap-
e hotels and cafes and on
tk every night with a gold
ti his neck to whieb two
II are attached. The rats
iriy rodents, but tamed.
liars, ani the young man's
s fastened to these. Up
Il back and waistcoat the
.lit usually they are seated
de-r, whispering In his ear.
,p fondles them or gives
'cheese and cracker. They
ulte clean, but a peculiar
hat like musk irritates the
jme comes too near the
pets."
s-.I IF MAN OF GOOD CHAR-
ir rnid ol'ecl in Florida for
led rnanufrcturing wholesale
, vear, sure pay. Hones'v
.-rri. .'.- required. Our ref-
,,pln 'i. nnsy cilv. Enclose
.J ;tin pr.d ernivelope. Mint-
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Yon know what a section is-two
iert lis.'"
..Yes, sir," replied the man as he
stu rtlcd elf.
lte returned soon with the informa-
tion that tierte wasn't a stateroom to
be iad on the trinu.
"But I got two berths for you,. sir,"
lie said, ha ndiing out two tickets.
Hlte e11arly lost his job when lis em-
ploSer examined ithe tickets and found
one for "tuppe'r 3" ;nud the other for
"upper 8."-I'ittsburg News.
Acconimouiati ag Diseamses.
PerIt-aps tiheI't rc'odi for school attend-
ance belongs to a Walworth lad named
TIihomas WVar(. who was never absent
or isleto' d hrini his 11 y',-crs of school
life, beginning vwitih Iis fourth year.
Theo lonil nesifi;oer of the sehliol board
for London tells the story tliht when
the proud boy received the attendance
niedal for tl' elive'inth year, which
had to be spe-ially si 'trlck to meet his
case, the lniuolier was lt'.estioned as to
how helr boy liad been able to make
so remiai-ktabl'e a record.
"'iHas le had the usual children's
complaints'" she was asked.
"Yes, sir'"
"The me asle'.s
"Yes. sir'."
', I. I ..' cough?"
"Yes, sir."
"Hlow is it, then. that he has never
been away from school ?"
"Well, sir., be had them in his holl-
days" V,'w.s the interesting reply.-
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oi1n v. oke ui[) ';':;n;i ti'r i!;'!i :;::::z
tig lo t11 sii' s ( of tlit bed l d i prin
ltio-) c' f a r to !t(t i) f:' o f' I trg, il .l
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All FI''s' ,'-s"
The cstoni of 'ia.Vngipi-si'a pbas oil
April fools' day probiiily Iad ils orighml
in Franice, the first nation to begin the
new year Jail. 1 inst'etd of March 25.
Before tlie chnitine AI -prl wIas the delay
when the (hn'eilytskilig of the New
Year's celebration ceiluninaited in tin
paying of gifts and visits in return for
those already bestowed. When the re-
formed calendar in 1564 made the 1st
of Janinry the beginning of the new
,'. ,l,,, l .. ,I Pre-
n,-n I.'. 1 l i.a. J ou had
lit,' --i......t 7--

ii h1 1i .'l 1i i lk Cullhis~i [li h.t m ,,,u ing
at the same time of year, the satur-
nalia, and in HIindustan the feast of
the Iluli, on March 31, has for its chief
diversion the sending of people on
fruitless errands.
In Scotland they have a trick for
April fools' day which never grows
stale. If a f dllow can be found simple
enough to undertal:e it, lie is gi ,'en a
note to earry to at certain person. ite
reads it and says it is not for hiimi, hui
that he is to go to-naining anothli
man-and from there he is sent to an
other and so on until the bearer grows
tired or s1o( a light. The note con
talus the lines:
This is the Irst of Aptile;
IlHunt the 5'v' k anosht niwiie.

Wrestling Scripture.
"Maria," s..id Mr. Smart, wheneverl
I go to the club I always think of the
verse, 'Where the wicked cease from
troubling and the weary are at rest.
I alter one word and feel perfectly
happy."
"Which word do you change?" asked
Mrs. Smart.
"I say. 'Now I am where the women
cease from troubling and the weary are
at rest.' "
"John Smart," said his wife severe
ly, "you should change a word in the
last part of that. It should be, 'Where
the women cease from troubling and
thle wicked are at rest,' "-Philadelphil
Call


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LONGING.
Tell me, yc rocks or heaven's arched skies,
Is there a place where friendship never die.,
Where to our hearts
No knowledge comes of piercing wrongs
Or sad thu'ts crowd in counti.iss throngs
To deaden life's brightI dream.,
Where doubts dwell nut nor fears
Molest our happiness?
Oh, answer back, ye hills, and say
There is a land where endless day
Claims one perpetual song.
Where friendship's flowers live for aye
And hope's refr-ehing stream
Flows constantly, with love's sail
Furled upon it!
No night ere comes to lead us where
The rocks lay hidden under
Or storms arise in friendship's skies
To Li ar our barks, asuml. r.
Oh, may'st tiou l.ad us quickly on
Ere tired we grow of wailing
Into that land of love and song
Where joys .e unalatinig.
-A. T. 11. in lhiladelphia Bulletin.
lie Bought a Section.
A Pittsburger who has money to
spare had to go east on sih't notice.
lie is a man given to exclusiveness,
and he dotests traveling in a public
conveyaluce because he is thrown in
with so mniny persons of wxhtom he
knows nothing. When lie does take a
trip, lie takes a stateroom wherever lhe
can get it, or. failing in that, if his
business Is urgent, he takes a section
in the sleeping car. Ile had little time
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thi. *, i. ii. ri1 by perpendicular or, parties may send us $1 and their
lines, the rainbow by different colors, desoi option and we will locate their
the water, by certain animals, the air loti ;nd return the Map by mail,
by birds, the earth by horizontal lines, Address THE .buoY,
the four points of the compass by, Fla.
'crosses, aind the gods which preside St. Andrews, Fla.
over the four quarters of the sky by For 5 ncashi siihisriiers, we will give as
fetilches in the shape of animals. a premium, I Sectional Map of the Bay
country, or I Map of the City of St. An-
drews. Either lima.r sold sinhlh'-$l


Appearances.
"Appearances," remarked the sage of
Hawville, "air never as deceivin as
when you git to talking to one of these
classic browed, statesmanlike looking
fellers an diskiver that he's a chuckle-
head."-Indianapolis Sun.
The Finger Nails.
In days when superstition was more
prevalent than it is now the shape and
appearance of the finger nails were
considered to have reference to one's
destiny. To learn the message of the
finger nails it was necessary to rub
them over with a compound of wax
and soot and then to hold them so that
the sunlight fell fully on them. Then
on the horny, transparent substance
certain signs and characters were sup-
posed to appear, from which the future
could be interpreted. Persons, too,
having certain kinds of nails were cred-
ited with the possession of certain
characteristics. Thus a man with red
and spotted La 's xwns supposed to
have a hot temper, while pale, lead col-
ored nails were considered to denote a
melancholy tenipernuenut. Narrow nails
were supposed to letray ambition and
a quarrelsome nature, while round
shaped nails were the distinguishing
marks of lovers of knowledge and peo-
ple of liberal sentiuient. Conceited,
narrow minded nnit ohst'nte folk v-ere
supposed to have smiail nails, indolent
people fleshy nails and i tic-se of a gen-
tie, retiring nature bread nills.

The Arab's Little Gamn:e.
In The Agricill'it';ll .;o;irnii:. of t!he
Cape of Good Hope i)opi'.s tini n artic.!e
oil the vitality of wheat fto-Eigl l'.iahon
muitnmy cases: It i;: o0.4'tn asserted that
sanipdes of wlient firom] hie sale 'crol
as that which I.sitph stored in iPl'a-
roloh's grianarie:sh: been talent frcmll
m'iummy wrapping' aiId. when p:niteld.
has grown. This is very likely erro-
neous, as the Arabs have a Ihabit of
selling to tourists lsamples of g:-:;:u
which have in all likelihood come f;'oni
the nearest field uistead of from the
ancient tombs. liiided in many in-
stances this "'munnait gt'tut" htIis bee''n
corn, and, as coru ws lts lc- l:t novnt utnil i
it was brought filoti America, the,
fraud is apparent.
lHe Doesn't Mean It.
When you hear a young man say,
"I don't believe iu a womau having
anything to do but sit and read or
manicure her tingur nai!s all day, I
don't want my wife to be busy about
anything." why, of course, you know
that the young man is simply talking
against time. He doesn't mean a word
lie says, and it is safe to warrant that
he is the first man who would be bored
to death by such a girl. This young
Smn y like to fancy that he is a be-
lievem' in such false sentiments, and
perhaps he does believe in them for
the moment of saying. But this may
more than likely be only his way of
protesting against the wave of energy
which the girlhood of today is respond-
ing to, out of which perhaps may
come salvation even to man. Or else,
possibly, there is nothing more than sly
method in his old school assertion.-
Philadelphia Inquirer.
Water In Porto Rico.
The water supply of Porto Rico, be-
cause of its a~ondance anud frelme


I,,. i"m, ,,n,1 =,,,,,1 l',,,' 1-%. But it is far
otherwise. A thick bed of rank vege-
tation is ever decaying beneath the
new growth rising above it, and the
water filtering through the rotten mass
becomes not only steeped with the lye
of l'-r'an inflt roe'to. n,'" s anid _raese1,
l.u; I-, full 'f lI L to r 1 l wi",h) ih. I


Our Clubbing List.
The BU'01 has made very liberal clul-
bing arrangements with a few of the very
best publications in the country and for
thie present can send for a whole year
Thle IUOY aind
'Leslie's lltusrated Weekly for....30!
D)enorest's 5 iagazine............ 1.7! '
Det Freit e tl'css (twice-a-week
and Year RBcok)............. l.1t1
The Fla' T. U. & Citizen, daily for $9 05
do weekly, forl$1l S
Scientific American' "' .... 3 50
Farmer and Fruit Grower" ... 2 55
Floi ida Agriculturist ... 2 55
de cluth o1' 5, eaen ... 2 ','5
Farm Journal, Philad'a, monthly 1 10
Cincinnati Enquirer twice a week
8 large pages each issue..... 1 7
Atlanta Constitution ... 1 75
N. Y. World (thricea wspk)........ 1 "
For any or either of the ahiove public
tiolns in connection with the BUOY, ad-
""~ss all orders to T'IE UO- .
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F'xtending eastIward loIom Dyer'q
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each block and the aljoljinug addi-
tion tl the Cineirnadl Comniaimy's
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sanie.
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The 'nu wh\so ic-is bi: lIfil was il
hLurcih lii o01 'inlay, alnd a -ir l 10le1
in hl a l'.i l ed I" V h ". is ivr
lose. a di he rtaiizcd ial the ies i
ling to do was to take her out, ;nii a.-
i:0e vn t a I lipf lit! n!i at l 'v'v s i lg t(
hlie islt. i oft thiks' iln lu t'l, I'e pro
iosed to eCarry iler ilii seil. Bin iti,
ties dt l.s \\:tv !!ll do not ft'nin t o'tel
enaougel to ktie i iltlen in practice carry
ing tinitm out of churche.- or theaters
,ind this mu.a was very liuch excited
'he girl hiad fainted just as a thyuni.
was being sung, and the man had ,
Ihynin beck in his hand, which if it re
niaianed Ihicre would make him less ablk
to render his deed of mercy, so the firsi
thing to do, he realized, was to get rid
,)f the hymn book.
"Won't some one take my hymn
book?" he cried excitedly. "Some one
lake this hynmn book!" he enlled again
with vehemence. lnt no one volun-
teered, and it was not until another
man haid taken the girl out th'ic he
realized that he might have dropped
that hymn book on the seat himself.-
New York Times.

Cliff Dwellers' Clever Symbols.
The sybihols of the old cliff dwellers,
used to represent the things of nature,
were often very clever.
Tb.. I. li.. -. 'i., 0i the mountains by
r[ ri r. .. .1.y arches, the winds
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