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: October 4, 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: VID00080
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Weistf Florida
Against the World,


First Last, and all ttie

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OFFICIAL DIRECTORY; PUBLISHED EVERY T;.'1 U ,A ELEANOR'S GOLF BALL. i I hin A \ nv Ir M...I,. \ uiex I (- t!;-' often T iipens. Joe '-1
l i Idue v llar a Year ii Adv.nce. .. u ..,, Iia... .. -- ll.t proosd and was refused And then. it h Wihers mid w-histle.
tune Euthar aN ear in Advance. 1 "h'.t ' i I . liA',,] ] Ir,- -Ri ,, l' h'I"h*' poini blt k. arid the hand li. 'i,.- .od Save the
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-i, ; 2d District, R . . ,,i- '. ;.1, O S ... ijl Answers.
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.. H h.l es les su re, Gainesville. rtales su iclt o e ial aurn eni l ,,1 iii il,, i. i l I i , l i.,I I tu ." '\ i. I I I i l rn- .i l .* ed r pilpl I .1 t 'ail'-1., hi lr.ihl Iinlt e ,r~ t Grf n T'l't. .1 '. y it M r.
S TAT'r "Lca if ilt ,e per line, tirst inst 1 i i I th i' ',, _, a lo .rn-i a; %,i ,f. -I ,\. tr i l. Sly .dir 's t .i I-n "i 't .' i t '
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    I A l a.." it i . .hl'. lr l ,i .a lj j i'-(. j "wu.t in gl i.s. .n.o. i r, u.. I . -L+ eis a t--in .ti n d r uthi
    l lilvertinel whereas her w tinw I.. a li.le s she i In ,o ;l I o a*' -


    I .l],>. un'tu r. s I....i (' oin ptro'lle Anna was prot.se in her congi.at- her seat again and covered ... ii f.,1 '. B.r a- nt i'* i o." U ln.h t ia I un, t, with a grin lt e is a notable linguist and authIIhon oU
    Hil, Coun,, Corninissioners- H /v livin, titt.,H .i "-_. -_<."pt lh"Y t you'v a l;;i e 1 .,, wor:,t or and at tlie Ven- uc-h arbitration co,-
    leling. Cryv' ille: W. T. 1riI. Ch'n. W. H. REYNOLDS. ilatin but met 1with utL licet tt re it- ith hands ryahin sems in the b.n s way. It alI tlir..u;g. I suppose I mustu't ference in 'Paris where -e read the die-
    Orange Hill; S. Stricklrind. lt. \ .if..- Treasurer, spouse, anid b(tlI were glail when Stanley leaned forward and grasp- Ever things irnthe baby's way Iliid i ftv >i)t10 l \\oi tl," vision of the commission, he had aL
    i it; ri i' t sni - J. WHTFIELD, hey 'e recld the club house, to ,id ed ler arm, his f-ee flushing otly Ar. i.o l rd, at ,' lwa: ;1 .ro if ti plegsant a hion dow adnansuig wl,
    dress ay.,.. i iperiniteident of Public Instruction, r i An lieI 'le things ehe oua l te i. i! l -in li -'. delegate in his own Inas e ae Oe te
    Set. Acie ad te Mollies eyes dilad wth A thir ys are not our w-ia a O t. gi; 'o 1 in s ,u 1 i ,tr or hr the ailish ourlsts wondrud io i
    dil i X. A.et rionter < Commisioner of Agpriculture, vihtAia we'e waiting tbtaker tein and dir(tress, and eachof the two iu ,, i rmwD p was Tile to keep up Il
    Ci peii; eputy Cicit ur ierI B MuLIN. lou,,s.o Mrs. Ray and one or two me, beside her put his hand to his And .tih tel-u- ii iv w-a.' And no you've Y o1 lo o t
    T1 i her |e. e a wicho oisr!,:r cn o mau z -Ay "Sev.righ th;lo you've bad Ole or,tr on






    eAn. (tari Sllerer W r., El. (h. railroad Coiissioner, olati wlo had det wroppd i at tie re- wimoustach he with the self-same gesture e said eioi, i o wisi yu u good mnornt yene yon prsoe in ene hI lose hiy fde
    rauis g l'o ti 1O. t t.MORGAN, club, were eage to kowere tglhe l of embary lerassed discomi ure. It was ou-aa r v.:t. .-sir.. :vhe :;y'os o ol;o nu" I wish to be prcmpaisei for iny ioffr yo
    S HaFrsoN. Presidential Electors, g lit, so ef self r forei rs iy ke."
    danistress, rs. M. B.T Jetnks. JOHN M. BARS o( lie match, a.nd -leanor lelt acute- Anna who save the situation. f O E OP THE ? stiraiit, .o pulisd oimsef i-..m..I'..r. Evening Post.
    Mdrv VILLn.. JOHN S. EARD, W, cocis t.hey rea at all houser olor as "Why arm, Waring," flushing hoe cried, a i o hey are cr and. revising the ipule to knock him
    Poaiinfietem; HeiirS riies. \V H. ELLIS. 1 she ctie, a ClIT\IS OV 2. duwir. sxw rang not I f lire rooif. Safi' li ltt-
    Pos -meste ,, Ht ends W H o LLI S ot due to exercise, ao sh,. reAlied to ihlgs h oof a gt ,ter breaking her sw eet n ts O ldt 1 tow n sW* -i on v r ine .i rl he E very sold ier b elev .. ()Ue Oo
    9'.I aNi.i M.WSL. Wt LLIlAMSit etor' trae ani tile i ypis' Mollie's eyeslaghe dila ki irwetw ~ gie twal lost everytn dig the girl he Every soier believes that th o i's o I rl"l.




    iratotaslir and Nouity Pllic, H. Congressman-tFirst Dierict. hir eager questions and exclamia- voice "you alnd Mtaeley are hound to o [ow a young Man Cams to Go to ^ lova nt1 i the nous of earning his safe place under tire Is the rctet ee1nd
    Pisirker. SM SPARKM N tion. get the best of t.e, between vou I O the South Aurican War. j llvng. lie was ilot In tle world; of soie cannonade escaade. iVia~T
    ?oi.mistres, rs. 1ss g F'.'Soate S tnto. hlie grew more wretcheii every mo- shall have to admit that wotet do no JooaoiOiet thot co u tinene- a elturca^ u het Pwouueu
    S non EN ILLIAM MILLERe ent, at the miserable thought that not play fair after all, but you are an "Mr. ledbolt is to go to the governor and- T me aud >ily in e retemb red. the enemy is not likely to -taste pow
    o'at s. W. A. niionN, C. HA. CoLE i mission Lr of Agriculture, rtig tb takNe i;en arid distress, ad eaeh of trre two Blt rtun t! hundred thmsea :my hlou'd evty toh w e po











    ritma)et Depl For Rour er, tat, L .he h ad been guilty ofe or two ndee li tie general rle, at any atoc" Only two nights before e had attend dehy'r and shot On points hit have al
    p.. -F.or r.l.t E Gatl.epi-a ntati haate lih t e e Mr. Redbolt strode briskly across the ed drill at tthehe lb ilndqurterl of his vol- ready been enogred of all barr ode
    lostnia.te, Mr K S. W. ANDERSO. c\eiating, and as she drovw the rapidly rate, for I certainly never knew one room. A moment later he was in the unteer corps. The en had been ask- The same holds true of naval engage
    'sitmaster, Emery Toipoins. For Clerk of the Circuit Court, ioIe she deteuied that, as soon holore who would con ess her short- private office ed which of tulih wished to join the ments. raiors nittiy n l0ei' fo sit lit
    lfistr Bs HMAa. .i.N C. LOCKEY. as she ihad changed her wet clothes, couning A Young Mar. Dewhur st, who had man- I. V. for- tile Aront. lie thought of the some i:e f i .. ga.p still hot and shmok-
    l'tn5nitraiter, 0. C. Tonipkiils. For- Tax Collector aged the business since the death of glow that had i urined through his lug from the effect of it iitlnlmriu*
    'AnMBALE. A. Q. JONES Bste would go straight to Anna Van- \otlh speech an I manner weme his father, gave him a furtive look as veins, hotw li haid longed to otter him- cannon ball titan behlid ihe biout('5
    postl ia ste,; e. ryF Wov or A. H EL L IS. 0 I N .











    'stmastel, W.F Wioodtord 1Fr Tax Assessor Norden and explain that the match chairing, and if there was a sneer he entered and then turned hurriedly .self and lhad only heen prevented by bul~wark.
    RtmistrK Mrs D r. J. W. W LIAMS. was ot lightly won. u under her words, ust of her hearers to a bundle of correspondence by his his feeling of oftigation to his old Quick Arfow. tooltrl .
    SWsrB side ani selected a letter with an air friend's busine. Now he was free! The Maya lndians have acquired ei
    ?o.lsnmaltstrr N ui, o reaurer, Unfruately, she was so tte ly their eager quertious ad exclaa- voice "yoThat ettlean t. Ol lae bondnd was in traordinary dexterity wih the bow a
    r to' l N. J. DAWKINS. wearv in mind and body, that her iv recoveied his chaposuie instant- The bal was opened by Mr. Dew- need of help from men such as he. He arrow, which, with the rpear. Is theld
    ---- J. A. MCKEITHEN. Ct hy "kIi0 Amna, plaint from an unimportant customer limb. He had done his turn at volun- they are strong enough to draw ithd
    ('-A.mmiatN CoUNrY-C(oiMNTit. F por Contiy Sunerimtendent, ol humiliating herself so lar. I1 it said as lightly as IIe could, ''Let's It was the merest trifle and quite un- steering and could shoot more than a bow often use a sling made from W
    'arkeruli, r H i t T HON had be anyone but Anna, h ta get have th while story Nll, the we north of the occasion. Nevertheless little strip of rawhide, with which they kil
    ,os. J. ger;- o it nt al Joe Redbolt was by no means surris within half an ho his nae ws squirrels and small bird. The bow
    Wiles , Anderson GJEN. oeILIAM MILLER. nt at the miserable thought that ot play fail- after all, but you are a il ".1. edbolt is to go to the governor and- Tha nhouralye ts en s ndm iey the fo







    Sior. Mr. Redbolt strode briskly across e dopted.the e or ome time entered as one of those who were eady are about five ft long mate of
    ln r T. t. N 1. S WV. ANERS, cheating, and zs site drove rapidly tale, for I certainly never knew one r A tp of r d wt w t













    -- -- JO . LL S. lI ly i,.-iii[lr Mean hil w .*.* -.- fl ..u..i L ,.- pat th. al-m ent .at.e '.a h lw .i fir erI -, .. ii .,,. lf- iar or- eu.th aslhugh st rip of cutoon palm, well
    aster, Eery TolUin. For Clerk of th urveyor, ourt,.. next flitight was a 'i, as soon before .ho wouT coTfes er short- private otice.- ed whih -r,i ,the wi..hed to join te . n a~ Jh .a aee o nit I
    .al- Chrch Wchi. P. LOCKEHORN. knev by instinct that Die, .hu h ad Tia. fo- th i rr ..-, r. t I thi im. ried ui a 1l.tr sin houtver and cas o -






    S s. te C. Totrpkins. -For TaxSchool Commiioners. iigis re to olleeor. toer hr,- and he ageowed to Abusinena been reached. death f we get 1.4h ) nitn as fit as yIn used with marvelous rapidity,. S, tIh
    Fot' si- Ai(3d Awdoayut Qt st t t 7 B Bo NsH band's i.lr est aiit satis action, Ml- over his glass. e "How do you account for tais blun are." he said, "we shall do well!" following incident will show:

    'Trasker, ,NVr. N B. HAYS,. ly. tests asnti leit. ( hly enrolled as one of quaintance named Canek had been o t
    pstiltst-Clrcli, cor. Wyoinig v-. the busy preparation lor the dance, with an Jeffort, au( described the His clerk gave a simple, straight or- the City of London Imperial volunteer bad termi with thi faer-,lu-law tfu
    cnni at. evice by on' aled to down er econte t or wole epiode te l ast hole, as ward explanation, which, to a reasona- corps, he felt easier in i ome time. One morning while hunt
    ci-ery 4tli >> .iidiy, at 1b a. iin. iiiid tfp9. Iii. 3 ei SiKt1 tOtn n ProphtCy. to or i ble man, would have been sufficient, mind. Ing in the bush he espied the oNo hwa
    ofrter at ight. Rlev. I. A. Guir A loue of gla.s shall come to pass, gwve her an instant's treasure. swell as she couli, though every word Bt u ewdiurst was not in a ra- im ust be conf esed that he was In na an ana, t oeegatherng bte dppls
    als preucteis every 3d bSnday, si i a In England: but alas! W ei'n the evening actually came was fresh torture. i'he ot .ers comi- sonable humor. that piisatnt lraiirl o mind when a He at once fired an arrow at the warn
    itiPcayer eeti eed' S dil War will follow; it work iand he faiund herself in the midst of miented taknd is aiie from Anna, "It appears to me, then, that you are mau firmly believes that there is no- striking him through the chest and
    Sl mi tor In the land f the Pagan and tiH e Turk; ot in any way to blame, Mr. edbolt," body to grieve ove iii and finds a while the body wa falling placed a
    eAly. CIt -. cr d--cr LorTlN And staeTN. For County i frce strife lt, o i humiliating itself so far. it ai as ligthaly as lie w lt have eone to he Li said cynically'. morbid pee au-e i tihe prospect of ra other arrow in the necks. hur mnte
    avenue and irike st-eet; Rev. R. J. Will seek each other's life; lences, acc-pting what did not meall) same in her place, and ih at they "I think not." soe'lJ"'- gr'V. for himself he managed to reach thef
    Mcillain pastor; prereoilg on s-crnd But when thc north shall divide the belong to her, and listening with a were pretty evenly matched after all. "You never make a mistake?" .'i o-t of us r-rt thie attacks of de- nearest Spanish settlement before any
    iSunday ot eacil mitl.h at o'ucl 1. 1to- .r. t Not very often. spoe. arnyony bu.in mlre isn eour lives, and, of the murd ered man's relatvh' es would
    ..,d tJ 7 p. in. Sundry School i 9:30 south, smiling lace to her husband's affec- When suppsi was over, Eleanor 'Who is to blame, then?" to tell the ir;;tl, it hnted a very short overtake him.-ChamberB' JoUmrflaL
    Sm S. every und, Jon Stir.iock, Stupi An eagle shall build in the lion's inate chaff about her grand achieve- fiund herself for a moment alone There was a moment's silence, and time wilt e attli.dboit. After a few
    1c ar'ido nbstig ertre nn mouth e, she lelt as if she couldd not with her hi.sband,in the little alcove the two men looked into one another's days of hermd .i.il he hdi lost sight of le Took it.
    Sed -. - JOEL i yes the possibility of getting killed and W"hine the late 4a ones al Beard. I








    MAI Crrriats without lhoe shall go, hold ip her head another moment. where they had bten sitting. The e"Y.ou are, sir," said 'edbolt respect- whas i..-li>tt' ,', l to a.tking things ther of Dn Beard. heartst waa
    Ti E MAILS. And accidents il the world withi woe; Sie .lanced, talked, laughed, and id music ha b-gin again in thie other fully. "I acted under your instruc- as ulp -art as possible for the ene- painting a portrait of Zachary 'Ti yIori
    E i A71. C-H" knew' by Instinct thatrodg Hil hb Lod aa shall he, tion.." rn, i te said to him, "Well, genra al, I sup









    tvn a d.e i d ,h neei ii- in its C o soe her best ts forget, axritl ig the sb- rroi, and thiotiigh tle doorway t Tbis appeared to give the unworthy At last the gtil 4momnent came. He pose ou uare to be our nea press ide nt
    BruIs. lid stdyt 11 F, Sco. Ctlid r baud's ii.rr a- "flow do you account for this behte. are." lie slid, "t-e shall (bi well!"fionds
    ex cep Sn lidays at I I .o. d. GB. BUSH, acI0. i -c,

















    except iSndayv s 3et)t Mui ni Around the world thoughts shall fly ject of golf, wit what seemed a muost coull see Anna's lovely face and little tyrant his opportunity, haio u d an tdel tie services at St. Paul' "I hope not," grunted the bluff old
    rr:ve every v e l In the twinkling of an eve. becoming modesty, though every- graceful .l.lilleIc, against a back- d"You are more than half imperti- and sng ihe nitioiial arithieni until he hero. "No military man has any bust-
    apti~ hu COr. WVYong .Ive. the busy preparatioufut the saace, with al effort, as r described the Ills clerk gave a simple, stragntfor- the City of London imperial voluntai f


















    ltirsst bay mail for Hit-rison, Cromniao,, thing about her, from the decorations ground of tll :.aIn,-, A wave of bit- 111t0" he 11, roughly. w1s, luse. bud been l apped o1 ness in the pres1defff1,l chair, but K'
    eairkier Frindale id Wetappo, leaves ats shal yet more wonders do, iher se tept or wole t t last hole, ward explanation,u my whic to hat I don't n- the b feltck y n iid s o warm hearted they offer t to me I suppose I'll b
    a er o'clock and leavingI We. po at The inrld o upsid down shall be min hg. er of t. or's minted. What a pity, site thought, fet good temper b even fought his way successfully And he was
    eve>l.at 7 Re clock. n And gold found at root of tree. At supper time Stanley found a that Stanley's money sad not come You forget your proper position and all the wa frt o e nhll row to Nine DeServd Tribute.
    * Through hills man shall -ide, place ior her at a cosy little table, ti, him sooner. Then Anna would have crossed my will in several ways." Elms, where he was one of the first to Chicago's chief of police says hd
    Sals preacliNDEWS BAY, CHIPLEY & And ; bout alas! w h the evening a actually came was fresh torture. The ot might be om r. Redbolt colored rather painfully, tarivel would rof ather have a good well trained










    VERNON TELEPiu'n CO. Shall ride, shall creep, shall talk, and his principal continued, with a There stood the train waiting to take newspaper man for detective service
    SCIHEDULE OF RATEs:-'orL each r ive the air men shall be seen, larlen were already seated ith a worldly and conceited, but at least smile of spiteful triumph: them to Southampton. There, too, than the usual police officers who act
    minutes, or fraction thereof, use of n white, in black, in green. couple of men. A lively discussion se never would have disgraced hi, "You understand what I alude to?" stood the long suffering and, and as detectives. As a matter of fact thmistake?"
    Phone: c and at th uearane Would e nvr eak? The clerk bowed slightly every minute groups of breathless, ex- newspaper reporter does more good de-
    RetweenSt.AndrewsBay ... Ininthe watershallfloat Then I think you had better look cited men i khaki. who had also tective work every day in the year
    Snday. o e p l c 1 d As easy as a wooden boat. of the e ost Anna turned to him at wOh! Stanleyi t she sobbed fin all about for another situation." ought their way throu the crowd, than the average member of a city de-o
    as7 p al. aundav Sui,(,ol it9.30 sling face to aer husbafud'h atfee- ;her suppii was over, Eleanor 'Who is to afhhle, then?" to tell !th trtyth, it i hted c very shnr. mnberi o tyde-




















    C evei'.pvSund & Bshenl a. Stu'. 2 Gold shall be found 'mid stone once lor contirn ati i of her opinion. "How you it herse l .ie o r e!" He was "hall alone we calculate the monthfrom rushed on to thi e platform. teetie force, but the pul.. ..mr not
    al Ba er l e .t .: .n---- 'h u In a laud that's not no. k "Hee's a nce for you to ch looking l he ith a dd ex- en looked into one another n s days of hr itell rtecoe the obliga ion
    For transflnieiin by t..lcng apr. ln. .m. n : i n..l [i .slill i.n.ir'ia.d..>; piiti ily sex, Stauley! 1Mr Allen says pression, half 'luiliig, half setius111. **El.-y-." said ]Mr De[, rii r. -But t1..;u t t ,i -- 1 i, L. .nd .n 'n- ..-----=-
    tex canm wE i ler tl e- h .i t e -Vi a t women do not a ly fair." resetltly ye fk her chin itn lis It atat in tou to c a i nun :- your work k e a
    SCarras without hore shal go, hold er lead another moment where they had b sitting. The you are, sir," sa edbolt respect- was iok'1 owd to making thin e












    h W. A. EMMONS,t en'l Mgr. Three times three shall lovely Fran "h b to alorget, av idi g tile S .\b- ,ooni, ant tilIu" gi te dorway li'-- :. ,.,. t fi ,et am ei .tn-
    ""- Beledtodanced aly n L-ur-riitiiig mni l..ii, **ll ugh Vu'ii- LI uie.tlmztle beant ("'nut.I t a-ir my. '+nily :IrrinW an sit'.l tie tirl* hbe.n',en't Not ,
    ieto dance a bloody dance tt he intended freom the uirst to imake qulte. iut an einlI angel appeared IS, by no means, the dr nadful
    BU SINESS DIR CTORY Before the people shall be free; 1 do think of golf added whatore seriously Well ,., see Ana lovel a u an use of the opportunity. In theshape of light form a long, dis it i t I St P
    __T three tyrant rulerwshall shesee; "that if women are really going in that a.gaim lI,,..'t' tugh to have done For the first time Joe Redbolt looked black cloak, who was pushing her w-aySI-tot b
    a W. A. EMMONS, Thmee times the people rule alone; for sport, they should learn to love it what -..'I di I i.,, qht!"-M.ary Guilds angry. It was adding insult to injury feverishly through tnie crowd, eagerly in the beginning.
    ary Public for the State at rge; as Three rulers in succession see or its own sake, not merely for itin N twice, as he had disgraced himself men in khaki." t n always be topped--
    Eriadt orl a rdistne oa hs a Each sparling fom a Qifherent dynasty. bicttue que advantages o -the pries- Hos aoley Imr .,-, Water. I t was t re o u e"I give you my word that I don't In- the back by hn thbeginning. The trouble
    etc., anywhere in Florida. Special at- in henwinning prizes. 1hey ea i w.r, a tu bursts by blood. The two young men who hisd ftuseh hii a month before IS: yOU don't know you've got
    teo given to la conveyances ad Enland and France shall be as one. honestly enough, always, bI't ty ble at nigh, piece of white had been for a short time at school and in whose e h always it ou don't believe you
    Soto marriage services, and license issued o l together. They had entered the firral bn ss she r he e h ners yt a t o p n












    to lwfully qualified parties. Oice at All E'ngand's sonis that plow the land havei't much Lespect for etiquette in tmp sugtu i it aJi p-l,'e it on the together, and Redbolt had worked his de to press hem had wn y wo't believe it- till you ar-
    the FUOY Oflice,St.Andrews Bay. Shall be seen book in hand, thlat one contuection. or judgment ^kitei m-,,e I. r mi auy llace way up by sheer ability under old Mr. oi T al ? There seemed fo d to Then it S da er
    S. ANDIREWS BAY, IR earning sha no so ebb and flow, abohist fie points of honor." where lh i a -ji, itu t. ill mit be Dewhurst's eye to a responsible posi- no need, and certa inly o time, for ex-oOr rrC e ren o anger
    SThe poor shall most wisdom know. "Thank yoand his principal continued, with a There stood the trad he accepted her OUS.
    SHomeopathic Physicia rnd Acf- The w aorld to an en shall income 'r de were a se t under sixt as Iit rabilnh it. In Naturally they knew th: same people foolish "no" when she never meant n
    voucher. Office PSioneer Drug Store, In eighteeho r hundred a d eighty-one fe"i laughed Aina, but I thi'k ntoriig thl w.ter. pure, will and to some extent visited the same m to She always thought he would Dont be afraid; but attend
    corner of Shell avenue amri Michi- you have damned us with laint h peafectly .nId.it iw i..tit.sinated by h rwai t yi y h speak to her again. Whyobam hoe been to it quick-you can do it your-
    gai street, The, reaIn whit de is left to decide howple ai e. A lively se never w ld have digraced hi "You understand what I allude tha stood thekw and brusque n the wayat home.
    Bsewrag --. "2 Iron in the water shall float. "Then I think you had better look cited men in tihair wfio had agivee or ee

























    t. Andrews - Floi much, if a ny of "Mother Shioton's The toth;s jined in thieye lagsobbed fiallye thre wa a member of the fair y hr Take Scott's Eh eulsion of
    ).. .. As lt noProphecy'.' was coro-ectly foretold. eimati "i wb e iit by th e bottom of it is almost obvious, no couse t pa t oer. was a e co t lion












    SW MITCHELL Tanley exclaimed itis too ad k..wn by chem-. h atou, only last night she had learned what H .
    3,0iv ai Iantd lrggist, Com er ine a., that's Anotunn Days. of you, Atna, but if I can't vouch for its. l had at with appened-frol odd ex- wurst'swn ver Oi ad inve e re
    l tstaleit &, f ai r o o ,IIa pe fcty en magte offact v ie wa, l ont L t i o


    ast o iv Oers his profesiol Fair autunn days in Southland- all, I atn ready to swear to the good creing. had thoroughly ipsr se i enjoyed nh iginw at re ith ly cvcry waay wo
    services to the citize,ls of St. Au- IWVy. ,OlSAWr, I don't see whye erea of the two enjoyed the mischief she hasd done, anI would he
    drew aUlld vicinity. Residence on Buerai Earth's richest stores unrolled: laith of one woman, at least. She iy of the' two men, as every forgive r And did sill care for his IS U C ne
    Vista aveite The barns are piled with plenty, has had good training you see" ad yo wat t g il?" atlte of Eve is bound to do, and frihe ra little bit? wdiv r you ay tlhlnk oe
    Thetills have gleams of p'old. Pet hII. f I'dt saI the ingen- -410 ihall not inade it ruite clear which "Ta ake your seats, thel'i." ropred an

    C. 1. CRIPI'EN, he turned to his wife with a gesture Pe h-I 't' i tIe if t- i thu ,vis to be favored, which is offcer. b tl Id of heeded il
    Noar ubliF'. ar off and faint bells ringing o0 merry contfilence.tS yiii Il. r,. it ou ofth W .t I' It was not the timie ftol Mock inod-
    olat Public. From many avale and height; Eleanor grew sudildenly white, She traits I ihri' '- f",K 'iy mother- ii I i'>tiet was generally be- esty. With her arms around his neck save life.
    nill attend nronmphl'v to ll nsie de- The world-the wold is siigin an tear stained cheeks pr esscd to his If you hveot red It, sttd o
    tmaudlig his attention. Office oin Ray- -hn could not lift her eyes to mncet her Spech i sil ice is golden, ', t i, v-enItd h's nmirstiiy spite by s ft-er iamde, ltaloreeable tahte wil
    And all:i the rorld is 'mr-i itt thle office. she promised to wait for hil.
    Vliew street, ore bloci northeast of T. And all the world is light! to i"d"-|,,,,,. isbA generally. in'G*m^s"od bless your ie whispered. WNE, C
    ure aford's s ihere -- h et Constitutouonl husband's, ot- frce a smile toh I womain is r geaeray . iof :h tiw.'c, as in eat, it. is this you! An li stlredl o i-'O Pearl Street. New Yorlu
    S..treo-- __ s "iAnd bring ytu back to ne," she an- 50b. and $1.00; all druc tattr







    S' .-







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    ~hMie4-.


    1-'A R tu ltikE. Hon. ,. NI. Spat kniidl, nuominee fliiiO'.Fulli r"sOf

    .'ti turPliatt is U iie. bitihimImg [in,,cuiigje.,lot. i~ is (.nieoiJa llaitlto kijolt it
    n'stiRatiiul jilaco ii it, sak-e .II I'..ii ieuI It: g l tel %% 11 l lit hit-I' lI '- li tju liil'.


    Pai leei aind tqIs .,Li .6ai ul bi ll ljt eii i c hio iied i


    'Thuirsday, Oct. 4, 19U).


    ST. A N l t \ >WS

    PRICES CURRENT.
    GRoCiRIES.
    4,igi1r, 6 Tea, ) b
    ,6,ll-..... i6 He No....... 55
    Coffee,A ...5. Gunpowder.. 40
    It Uito,, ... 5 Uncol'd Jap.40-60
    ',,ffee, Cond milk, -#) eAtt
    G Arluclde.tl8 12-16 Sweetened ... 8
    .;i*,ei iL JIt )l2 leaking powder
    ,,I^ tL.I ,,... 10 Royal. ....... 50
    *,,1.c.), i! 20a60 Campbell 10
    .t is Canned fruit
    'lonldon ilvers.8-15 Pcles..... Io0s0
    V ,i.1-,isia r T inatoes.... S. i 12
    lie .. ... 6i A I ,- ....... 10
    \pples IrIl ........ i
    Esp,., tIe .. 1 1 Plums......... 10
    llrle'l I'r e lho- 8 Apricot ... 1. 1-20
    o,, l .1 I,tl 61 .... 15 Strawberries... 0
    4asg inP .... "20 Pineapple ..110-90
    T|i,1ri,1,t > p i F" t<*' in r'i M eat.
    .. 1_1U1'
    I.. -A) l- NIr .- _' A


    oLn %: . .. .



    ima il..1....r ."" in h . 1 t-
    Eggh pet -.- . 1i
    l'it\ iIuNo.
    t l ur IPork
    '.'::'?: a!a' 'U i ,.,> 11 ..2.25 D.S. |>r' 1. ... . 7i
    S Majestic ... 2.75 Bacon Sides ....- .8
    CortuMealprhit-60n-70 Fresh ....... 8alt)
    Oat Me*l pr lb... 5 Br'kf'stlBaconi. II
    Corn per hiu .. 55-60 Hamin canvassedl2i
    Potatoes Shoulders..... .
    Irish ....... 1 220 Beef
    Early ll'se eed 1.20 Cornedd......... 8
    Sweet. . I i Fresh. ..... 8110
    Salt, r sack. ) Dried......... 25
    Talile ........ 5 Milk pr t ...... 10
    H A It1D)WA HRE.
    Nails. ver lbi31-a4i Ax,withahandle. 75
    allv wire do.6iai Hoes, euclh....3550
    Manitila rope. ,.9al2Uopper paint, can 45
    itoves cook,. .$8a25 Linseed oil, gal55@60
    Pipe, per joint 14
    DlI GOODS,
    Priits, per yd.. 5a8 Checks .......5a512S
    Sl 'eing- .. 5a9 Flannel. ..... 15n40
    Musliin....... al I Thread per spool. 5.
    jeans ....... 15a45 Slihoes,ladies.$Ila2 75
    Kxtra pants pat 2-5 Men's... $1 40a1300
    MISCOKLLAN EOUS.
    Hay pr cwt..75al."u5 Oats pr hu....... 55
    Bran .... .... 1.25' Brick pr MN .... .13.00
    Rope Sisal .. ...7@9 Lime pr i-bl...... 75
    .It. --- FRUIT and N UTS.
    ti.n.ugee pr doz.. Pecans pr Ih..... 15
    Apples........ 12 W allntst ....... .20
    Lemons .........25 Almond ....... 1
    OYST''ERS
    li shelllpril,000 1.50 Opened pr qt .. I 5e
    LI V E 'hSTOGtK.
    iHorses... $30al00 Cows.. ..... $15t$25
    Mules. . $50ai.$iO Hogs....... $3 to $4
    oxen. pr yoke $30 Sheep .......... 2
    OU I,'TRY
    O'sickeniieencha 15n5 Geese each. 4.a550
    Tlarkeysv.... 5al.00 Dcks....... t15a20
    FISH.

    ; li leI 1. .1. -. 1 . '2
    'I oultL........... '. 1)
    'uinpaio pr Hli.. 6. l PolipAt .. 10.00
    qurgeon ...... 10 Mackeral'. . 18.
    1,U MIIBEt.
    Fl.,.,,i ,.;, Ceilin g.
    H,,.,il I' l 1-1.00 Heart, y n>...4$14.00
    Face ... 12.00 Face .. 12.00
    Sap ... 10,00 S1 p '* ... 10.00
    Drop siding, Clapboard.-,
    .'HeatI 'le'e iIi 14.00 jix(iin. tnin ..$ 12.00
    s a '. 10.00 Fillishllng luin-
    B,dil" liimiber 1, "1 her, d.. $12i @15.0t0
    I-1".0 l it.h l Ut ....@ *.4i
    P Ir tl ,ttlii ll|'. 2 .Il Lath, y in. 2
    gap 1.50 Boat lum', er,
    dressed ....$20


    .Beware ot Ointments for Ca-
    tarrh that Contain Mlercury
    as meaeury will surely destroy the sense
    of smell an i completely derange the whole
    system when ent ring it through ihe mnu-
    cous surfaces. Such articles should
    never be used except nupon prescriptions
    from reputable physicians, as the dam.agc
    theydois ten fold t. the good you can
    possibly derive from them. Hall's Ca-
    tarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J. Uheney
    & Co., Toledo, 0., contains no mercury
    and is taken internally, acting directly
    up a the blood and mucous surfaces of
    the system. In buying Hall's Catarrh
    Cure be sure you get the ge nine. It is
    taken internally and made in Toledo,
    Ohio, bhv F. J. Cheney & Co. Teatin.oni-
    S al free
    Sold it irtirggislt, pri'e 75c. per bottle.
    Hall'.s Famil, Pills are the IwsIt.

    Lllerary Conaula.
    It ins otne 'r -hte curiositles of literna
    ture, says GeoI.ie v. -'kt,. in 'The Al
    lantlc. that, although hbe'con m~s, ..
    lee has uut produced reports of etitr
    -.-. economic or informing value. many
    writers have done counpidcuous work
    before and during ser ice and after re-
    tirement. W. D. Howells wrote some
    delightful books on Italy. Besides his
    "Life of Peter the Great," Eugene
    Schuyler wrote an acceptable short
    history of American diplomacy and
    translated some of Turgeneff's nov-
    els. Hawthorne. Elibu Burritt, Under-
    wood, Bret Harte, Pentleld, Richman-
    to mention only a few-have done not-
    able work In literature, but not an offi-
    cial report of value. In the one case
    there was something to say, united
    with freedom of view and opinion; In
    the other there was nothing to say, and
    red tape was too strong for them. The
    fault is in the system, not nl the men.

    Cooking and EatIng.
    If we ate properly, the physician
    would lose his occupation. And we
    can eat for whatever we want-to get
    fat, to get lean, to be nervous or
    phlegmatic'or to stop or encourage the
    ravages of disease. An "open door"
    awaits them all. Is it too much to hope
    that the twentieth century will see a
    law compelling cooksfto take a medical
    course? i
    Notice
    Is hereby given to all parties holding
    claims against the estate of R. E. How-
    ard, late of Washington county, deceased,
    to oresent them to the undersigned ad-
    tiniistratrix within twelve inoitths hereof
    or the same will be barred by the statute
    ot limitations. LOTTA BROOKE,
    pdted July 23; 1900, Adminitratrix,


    lit, Eaily, home %itli him for a visit.
    Last erk, Mi,. E. Palmer ship-
    pe.1ilon the Hun.lp'lteail, niie ihui-alil
    iunl 'of dlinI l l pallImetto beli l ir'-
    Her dri~ ing tables are now well filled
    aild stie is generous eliougli ti peirinit
    ever-vbldy to comiie aUii1 e.t all theli
    w i.- h. t
    In regard to the coreiitery lence,
    i he l'aiker "tiial" wonul say t at,
    through thle effortsoil M is lBecky Po'ar-
    ker,boix sicial.s river held until eiioiit.lhi


    in'nev Vwas secure allnd tile wiie
    lence purchlisedl; it is here and lihas
    been for lialiy, many montlilhs Ii
    miiight be said ithat lack of tu ,'-"
    plri .e amonllg tlie ilen i tihore a-.n
    whly ili" fence is still in tll,. f int ii.:
    but truly, it niit be for th,.Val n ,ail
    a leader. It sholul' t lav'\ l'peii bilill
    I'v a be ,ill' ii lh -u o ,lllllle -il l il h,,










    ilead1 alnnt have, iin pea'e, thie little
    e ,arth t'h, at covers their T re 'insi


    ed shliild take, this matter in hand,


    WorkIng Night and Day.b
    The busiest and mightiest litt lething
    that ever was made is Dr. KingbiNews
    Lionfe Pills. Every i perill is a sugar-coainterest-



    globule of health, th mat changes weak-
    ness intod strength, litlessnes into en-.
    Woergy, brain-fag into mental power.y.


    They're busiest andr mightin est building upthing
    health. Only 25 ets per box. Sold by
    all druggists.


    "It's a curious tiling." said the den-
    thast as he caught the end of a nerve on
    a crochet neverydle and knotted sugp a few
    inches of It in chain stit c"that, while
    soThe people consider gin buillings up .very
    disfiguring. more people look upon
    them as desirable decorations. I have
    had lth. great many25 ct people comex. Sold bhere
    and ask curi to put gold illings in eLr-
    fetly so he caund froght teth. of a course on
    wouldn't do it it wouldn'that, e ilprofes
    signal. A great nany colored people
    want solid gold teetIh where there isn't
    the slightest nu,.essity of having them.
    "'tit the oddest reiutiest I've had yet
    \vas from at variety actress vailde.
    ville. I believe you say nowaildays-who
    played here- a 'short tilive ago. Shl!
    came iu to have a frontt tooth tilhid
    \ Iji I told her that the gold wvoulhi
    lr.n_-at great death. whnlt on earth do
    you suppose she asked me'? WVly. she
    wanted to know if I couldn't dr'il tlhe
    cavity larger and make the fillng look
    not like a mere gold edge, but like the
    letter 'J.' She told me she was going
    to marry a man named John. and she
    thought it would be lovely to have a
    gold '.X' in her tooth.
    "Of courxre I couldn't do that either
    It would not be according to profes-
    sional ethics. It would bie malpractice.
    Rut that woman offered mhe the price
    of a dozen gold fillings If I'd only make
    the filling in her tooth look like a 'J.'"


    LEGAL NOTICES.

    Iteglstratlots Notice.
    Tne Registration books of District
    No. I1 will be o en for the registration
    of the voters of the district at the store
    in Miilville. eacli Wednesday and Sat-
    urday until October 10, 19(00.
    W. I. SINGLETARY.
    RCeistratiou lNotice.
    The Registration books of District
    No. 5, (St. Andrews) will be open for
    the registration of the voters of the dis-
    trict. at my store in St. Andrews, each
    Tuesday :and Thursday until Oct. 11,
    1900. B. V. BROCK.
    Itegistratiloi 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 ulp to Oct in, 1900.
    N. W. PITTS.
    Citlllioli of Atlministratioii.
    In ('Voni% it.'tjrt. Washington CouLrt..
    Florida b.\ lle County Judge of said
    ''.-' l .
    i 11 Isaac G,,llard hasi applied 1..
    lbi, t Ch .t. i o .. 11 m - nation
    S- ,tl,.-A t HI t o
    w: l Il stih C.untt v it na'a.i_ ngtui,
    These are lutretore. I,.. i' ,Pd aidnovi-
    ish alland c ingnlar the kindrediiaud cled-
    itors of .iid deo before this court, uu or before the Jlth
    day of October, A. D. 1900., and file objec-
    tions, it any they have, to'the granting
    letters as aferesaid, otherwise the same
    will be granted as prayed.
    Witness my name as County Judge
    ot the County aforesaid, this 27th
    [L. s.],day of August, A. n. 14t00.
    J. R. WELLS,
    County Judge.
    Notice.
    State of Florida,
    County of Washington.
    To J. F. O'Shaughnessy, and all others
    whom It may concern:
    Miss Gussie Butte- has this day filed
    tax certificate No. 18 to the seU of sec-
    tion 5, tp. 4n, r. 13w, less a strip of six
    acres off the east side of the nel of said
    described land, situated in Washington
    county. Florida, said certificate being for
    the non-payment of taxes uoon said de-
    scrihed 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 sBY4 of
    section 5, twp 4 a r 13w, less a strip of s x
    acres on the east side ot the ne34 of seY4
    of said described land, situated in Wash-
    ington County, Floriaa.
    Witness my hajid and seal of office this
    30th day of August, A. n. 1900.
    LL..s.] W. B. LASSITTER,
    Clerk of the Circuit Court
    of Washington County, Fla.


    Oct. lo-Lakeland, night.
    I II-Barltow, day.
    12-Are;.l.it. .diy.
    13- Fl. : .1 .i-, tillhi
    lij-Brookn\ ille, It itv.
    17-Inverness, day.
    18-Dade City, day.
    20-Key West. night.
    22-Braidentown, day
    22-Tampa, night.
    26-Cedar Key. night.
    27-Br13onson, day.
    All parties are cordially invited to
    attend.

    Populist Speaking'
    STheo po(,puliit c.nniiu ieoi i havti-"
    , 1f i ,,;-i' ,." .,ll' "i-h, nlli, i elhi n ,t
    ihe f'.ll, I i. 1.1.* '*,A on tlie .lai
    in tln ., iat .i hl ti..l.'l issi o fs f' the
    a, nai.iUn W' II be dti.ca sIed bty ijponi-
    ilient -I'.,k .I "-
    Ec~.~ihi i 0. Oict 1.i at 7 o'clock p. In. "
    l'it n ilJirs. t I).P t 1 .. 7 1,, hIek p itn,
    SAhdr'0.', I-)ct. '17, it ol-j olek P.
    N1 ll\i,'', M. ,: 1 , t,.i 1. 1:



    A 1. V .: --.->M' .' .

    Brave Men Falv-
    Victims.-to stomach, liter a'h'i kidney
    troubles as Well as women, and: all feel
    the results'in .,loss of appetite, poisons
    in the '-,lod, backache, nervousness,
    headache and tired, listless run down
    feeling. But there's no need to feel
    like that. Listen to J.W Gardner. Ida-
    ville, Ind. He says: "'Electric Bitters
    are just the thing for a man when he is
    all run down, and don't care whether he
    lives or dies. It did more to give me
    strength and good appetite than any-
    thing I could take. I can now sat any-
    thing and have a new lease on life."
    Only 50 cents at all drug stores. Every
    bottl, guaranteed.


    Wood's Seeds.
    HOW TO GROW


    Bermuda Onions
    profitably and satisfactory. Full Information
    giving the experience of practical growers in
    contained in Wood's Dlescriptive Pall Catalog
    just issued. This Catalog also tells about all
    Seeds for Pall sowing and contains much use-
    ful and valuable information both for Truck-
    ers and Farmers about crops that can be grown
    in the Fall. Catalog mailed free upon request.
    Write for it.
    T. W. WOOD & SONS, Seedsmen,
    RICHrlOND, VIRGINIA.

    PARKER'S -
    HAIR BALSAM
    C eaIsue and beautifles the halr.
    Promotes a luxuriant growth.
    ever 'Fail to Bestoe ray7
    Hair to its youthful Color.
    Curees calp disease & hair calling.
    tSOc,and 1.00ot Drug tst


    J. J, KESTE-S -

    ICE CREAM PARLOR!

    SODA FOUNTAIN!
    AND
    CITY BAKERY!
    Fresh Bread, Cakes anf Choice
    Pastry !j
    Always oil hand.
    Bayview Avenue, Second Door South of
    Wyoming Ave.
    J. C. BRAINARD, Mgr.


    D R. W. SEATON,
    D E N T I S T,
    East Bay, Opposite Cromanton.
    WVill Visit St. Andrews by Ap-
    polititUelient.
    COCAINE ADMINISTERED,




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

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

    General Merchandise
    iAND
    Hardware!

    *-- ^ yin Shou-w
    l i l l 11i tif.( .
    f ai.. ainple 'cppoitnnit.r >h iba
    Repairing ofAllrKinds o0' Tinware
    Here are nianufactured the

    Sheet Iron Box Heatin 0Stoves!
    Which are so deservedly popular.
    A call at B. V Brock's Store will
    convince all persons of the genuine-
    ness of his goods nid lowness of his
    prices.

    Coms0m an Be Convincog!

    S W. 0. BUTLER,
    Attorney at Law,
    CHIPLEYv. WASHINGTON COUNTY, FLA

    g -PLand Titles and Collections I
    make a Specialty.






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    (ost of'll Business Course including Tui-
    tion, Books and Board in family, about $90.
    ShORTIAND, TYrE-.WITING A TELEGRAITHY, SIECIULTIE.
    IWiThe Kentucky University Diploma, under seal,
    awarded graduates. Literary Course free, if desired.
    Noryeatlon. Enter now. Graduates successful.
    In order to have your Ietters reach us, address only
    WILBUR R. SMITH, Lexington, Ky.
    Note.- Keantcky Univerait resources 50,000, an
    had snarl4 1015 teenss inf ileondaua i1 year.


    lia L ,, I1 L" ...C ,Lk<
    learned of it.
    * Aillury and Wall



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    w ho tli' .VtIe iua j y
    rowt. t ur- r'init .- uk
    any oiit'iifI I t he peoples wish they ar


    t liberty to .I liiusemynae, and if elect.
    .'> l|]lll[ \ > I 'i ,l ill .nli ,l tl W l ;All I ll .| j,,.


    --have never asked atnd do not watln.
    any office; if the people/so wish they art
    at liberty to use my name, arid, if elect-
    ed I will serve them n faithfully as a
    nati can.
    With best wishes to my friends, I am
    Your servant, S. W. ANDERSON.

    A Floral Mfracle.
    "The most magnificent floral-effect I
    ever saw In my life." sald Robert N.
    Wilson of the Morgan line, "was In
    Texas. They have a flower there call-
    ed the rainflower, the botanical name
    of which Is the coopri+a. It usually
    blooms three or four days after a rain.
    I was through the country to look after
    some land for a friend, and the thing
    that struck me In that particular lo-
    cality was the utter barrenness of the
    whole landscape. There was a low
    piece of land of ten acres or more that
    was covered with low, black vines that
    were decidedly uninviting. Four hours
    later, after a heavy thunder shower, I
    passed this piece of land, and it was
    absolutely covered with what seemed
    to be the prettiest flowers I had ever
    seen. It was one en,.,rmoils bouquet,
    tnd the fragrance front It was almost
    Intoxicating.
    "I could scarcely believe the evidence
    of my own eyes, but thitre It was, what
    seemed to be an unsighlil waste trans-
    formed as if by magic Into a bower of
    bloom, i
    "I made Inquiry of t1e natives and
    learned that once In aw long time the
    rainflower bloomed In a few hours aft-
    er a rain, though ordil arily the, bloq-
    soms did not appear ft three or four
    days and thon nsuanh! came In.
    nlhit."'-New Yorl T rcIal .a_ rW
    list r.
    She Didn'is ay.
    Not all car condu. arIs are merely
    hardened ringers In of) 'arps. A poor
    woman got opn a Tn4i.vy third street
    crosstown car at Fourth avenue, and
    as It was well tinder way and she was
    about to hand her fare to the conductor
    she asked him if he? transferred to
    Sixth avenue. On li-ing told no, she
    drew back her 5 cents find asked to be
    let off.
    "I've a long ways io go on Sixth
    avenue," she said, "an4 I'd better walk
    to there and then ride.i
    The car then had trached Madison
    avenue.
    "Watt till we gelt n,"o" the street,"
    answered the (condiJi-tr. She waited,
    and Instead of stopping$ there he let the
    car go on, past the itrnosfer station
    and across Broadway to Sixth avenue.
    There lie pulled the lll and looked at
    her.
    "Thank you," she sfid gratefully.
    He had carried her within a block of
    where she wanted to go and had taken
    no fare.-New York 'telegram.

    More Than He 6old Stand.
    "What's this?" denitnded the police,
    hurrying to the srene; "A hold up?"
    A pale, scholarly Iooljing man in spec-
    tacles was >i:indiig bver a burly ruf-
    fian and shaking his slender fist at the
    prostrate form i
    "I ii'olili. II l.it is i bal you would
    term It." I .. ielihiIj. "Thls fellow stop-
    p. J i .- Ji.I I.i au id orl'deil me to
    hL,, li niy i.r iandls I ecluiplied. andi
    lie l o..r:in i, ser. ni my pockets. "I will
    put aii bullet Ihluil.gli yOl.' ne said, 'lf
    yon i.i.io ti-iu doii. all during the
    inme I aIin'- .\lid then I knocked him.
    do ii. *. ll duiltig' lS an abominable
    perver.-lou of' cuPrre-t English that no
    An can ntier in my presence unre-
    buked." ..* --
    The unlucky- bhad tackled a
    professoPe'of "rhej. iCnlcago Trib-
    une.
    For lt.r.:..- dav6 ae nights I si.ffet Id
    a r.i v i urild-ld Irm ri nlattck ,11' cholera


    numorus broughit ori
    beis." savet M. E. L.
    di.-rit:t courl. COn
    t(l.. ll It [ .lholi ld a31
    .:.zen-i ditl r.- t ki i.
    to 1) ].urp Ale [ i
    Chamliberlih's C-.Ili
    i h'jc, ItentiL-.%, Fn I


    pr ailtig encum-
    hth-r. el,erk of the
    .r il' ,-, \u s I
    ly ,...i. a.il Iried a
    If lil..Ji-i e, but all
    it -1'r a little of
    lh.lefr., ari. DIar-
    tii i.'e d.,-, relieved


    mae t'liiteIlo.'" l'l ,Iiic 16 ior sile by
    L.. Mi. Wt re. ',I lr~r..and iidIhyhead
    ai~d ill -uvuiseiie 'I, s.%


    (OI SUMPTION


    Do not think
    for a single
    moment that
    consumption
    will ever strike
    you a sudden
    blow. It Utbes
    not come that
    way.
    It creep its
    way along.

    think It is a
    little cold,
    .nothing but a
    litt le hacking
    cough; then a little loss
    in weight; then a harder
    cough; then the fever
    and the night sweats.
    Better stop the disease
    while it is yet creeping.
    Better cure your, cough
    today.
    You can do it with


    The pressure on the
    chest is lifted, that feel-
    ing of suffocation is re-
    moved, and you are cur-
    ed. You can stop that
    little cold with a 25 'ent
    bottle.; harder coughs
    will need a 50 cent size;
    if it's on the lungs the
    one dollar size will be
    most economical.
    "I confidently recommend Ayer's
    Cherry Pectoral to all my patrons.
    Iam using it now in my own family.
    Forty years ago I feel sure it saved
    my life." -A. S. EI DSON, M. D.,
    Jan. 4,1898. Fort Madison, Iowa.
    Write the Doctor at any time. Ad-
    dress, DR. J. 0. AYER, Lowell, Mass.



    What He Would ailve Snaid.
    In a comlHicated ciiili ease an o il
    land surveyor was s'. d to givt
    his professional opinion in the matter
    As the proceedings were iabouto to ie
    gin he asked periliss!ioli to say a fewx
    words, but was called to ord',r sternlh
    by the Judge. who told him to wa it till
    he was questioned. The (ause theii Itro
    needed. A host of witnesses were ex
    amined, and even the prisoner froe
    quently was called upon to niake an
    statement.
    After a coude of l.ours the juIdgi
    saIld to the old n 'Uveyor. "Now. sir
    we shall be glad to hear what yol,
    have to say on the \\ hole case.'"
    The witness stood up iald repli,
    "T only wished to r'nmtrk nw.!-h! I .!
    I hat I am quite dO'af in my left enr tani
    rather hard of iearuing in the right. ;
    was merely going to ,0k1 if minoht I
    Iii,,l,,1N 11 I l ,,i "I '1. 1 I ., ,i
    Ilie W\l134:--,I [W l, i.l ismier Up, r
    now I have not heard a single wvordi ut
    the proceedings."-ILond.n rTeilgraph.

    Foote Could Be Cantille.
    One of the beat repartet,.qs on recoric
    Is thAt of Foote, the erelor )nin,
    with some friends, a heatel dispute
    arose between himself and it young
    nobleman. The latter soi git to dis-
    parage Foote by asking him what his
    father was.
    "A tradesman," said Foote.
    "Then, sir, It is a pity he did not
    make you one."
    "And pray, let me ask. what was
    your father, my lord?"
    "My father, Mr. Foote, was a gentle-
    naln1."
    "Then, my lord. it's a pity he did not
    make you one."-Collier's Weekly.

    Chinese Dinner Invitations.
    "When a Chinatman issues invita'
    tions to dinnerr" writes Dr. Sven He.
    din, the traveler, "he sends out. one or
    two days beforehand, a tiny card of
    invitation, contained in a huge envel
    ope. If you accept the invitation. you
    are supposed to keep the card. If you
    have not time-that is, if you det-line-
    you are expected to send it lack. 11
    he banquet is appointed for 12 o'clock
    you need not go before 2 p in."
    "7-
    Sonte Mistake.
    "What ,.i, she say?" asked the
    (rafty pAlfti. .in who hall referred the
    Coi t iitte rio i n- wife for information
    as to his lur- utns.
    "ShI- refuses to talk." replied the
    spoket(mau of the comlmnittee.
    "Then it s-psnd't my wife rou met,
    gentlemen.". -jv rejoined. 'iA. .great
    It nr, t -u.y '"It % n-- u. -lll, y (.L-p,'
    -C Ihi'. i',ht.ili.
    Ii ne y well tbe sm ill it i -iJs.6; 'r i r
    nowila I h .a l n larli sx utin.-l, i'o Ied
    no fewer than 18.350 times, dressing
    algain after each nlght's repose with
    cheerful resnatios n.-Tit-Bits.


    Geo. S. Hacker & Son,


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    OT'TR 0--OO.DS ARAEI T-IE E.-;_ >'
    g *ar I'lh Tire li a'll"tg l iP ii a -iried that .' will il I i(nlts.,l jwi Iy
    The Highsst Market Price Paid for Country Producet
    ^ ^-^n- ifa,^ v-'w^.--.r-T ~ "ami "'niilr riirifM" a"" _ Tii^ iiii ii,' "lilr"fil' ".


    Oine WLi; F:.inoughla.
    That ilutrio. s ;steil:i;inir. Profess-
    or Siluou New'coiib, in an article on
    Science aiid the GovernxLm'nt" ii The T
    North American IPeview. gives an i
    amusing instance of the jni)lalice even
    of the most prominent Ip liticiall.s re-
    garding the work of the greatest scien-
    tists:
    "It Is said that sonw 0 yvenrs ago t'le
    British academy had printed a few oop-
    les of ill ituportailt Vwork for presenta-
    tion to sonie fotrein.ers wiho. L'lowi their
    promlinenlic( in tihe scienlti i world. were
    best entithul to be honored wilh the
    gift. Proui'sFo Airy, the it tr-tlionler
    royal, was iequested to i;ak i S asele
    tion of tfl ii:imnes. A fow days after
    be hlald sent in his list he was inl'forumed
    by the y of he adiralty that
    "ly lords' were struck lby the number
    of unknown na11linfes included and that
    they wi'thie subject. Airy asked the secretary for
    ioine speciticatious as to the naiies re-
    ferred to.
    'Well, as an example.' said the see-
    ?etary, heree is the name of Professor
    C. F. Gauss of Gottlugen. Who is he?'
    'Gauss is one of the greatest math-
    ematicians of the age and sit.,ids
    among the two or three most emiu-init
    -.,-.. i. i.J i -tri...-. ,, y 1. no fiv. |
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    "'No one else. That will do,' replhlii
    the secretary."

    The ReaT Purrie of lfte.
    Fidelia-Fla.'villa, doesn't the great
    mystery of 0ur belong till you with awe
    anlit wonedpr?
    FI"lavilla:-Well, to tell you the honest
    -truth, lFidellia, what to wvcar bothers
    me more than anything else.-Indianl-
    apolis Journal.


    I .a .-. *.-,* -.. .- ,, .,

    FOR A PLEASANT DAY'S OUTING
    TAKE ALONG A


    Stevens Favorite
    It iss aCneelrate rifle, puts every shot just where
    yo hold ; i eight weight, gracefully outlined, a bona
    Sfide arm In appearane and eolntruction; nothing cheap
    about it but the price.
    Just the thing for an outing where yon want a rifle which
    will not cost too much, but will do the work. Made In
    three calibreO -.22, .2& and .S2 rim-fire. Weight 410 lbs.
    No. I?-Plain Open Sgnhts..SS.00
    No. 18-Target Sihts........ 8.50
    IT 18 A "TAKE DOWN."
    Ask your dealer for the Foe,'l Ne." Tf he doesn't
    keep it, we will send prepai I r- '.I ..rf lit price.
    -* Send tamp f aor ow a32.pgag catalogue
    S co&againing dscrjption 'f ouw retire asu dad
    gnerat information.
    J. STEtLN-hI ALiS & TOOI. CO..
    xo. *1802 CMes'opc rFlsj

    NeI lo hlie I.owept Biddeder.
    "Saild tuiLt4tcti o tui i to ltu ncxt to
    the low.c-t bidder". is hie way that a
    local t.iiltg'llua 'oritr t'r would halvi
    the closing sentence read in advertise-
    ments for bids on any particular job.
    While speaking *f the matter recently
    this same contractor said that if the
    truth were known nine out of ten of
    the lowest bids made are made through
    a mistake In the calculations of the
    bidder.
    "If the contractor who gets the job
    was aware that his bid is oftentimes
    $1,000 below that of the one next above
    him, and this on a comparatively small
    job, he would immediately institute a
    search and find where lie lhad male
    the mistake, thus having an opportu-
    nity of failing to qualify to complete
    the job. This privilege is often denied
    the bidder, however, and he gets well
    along with his work before the fact
    dawns upon him that he is on a losing
    venture. It Is then too late to go back
    on the job, and the result is that the
    party who is doing the building and
    the contractors also are losers, and this
    because of the natural inclination of


    get thl wo rk at rt:rre:,:nble t ;i si's.
    Gfive the work l t'l n>xi to lih Iw-
    etl h 'id o'r,. I beli. ',e ro t;e a gioo') ip I-
    eral rutie." On-:;.aii \Vtoi'h!l i-IitAld,


    A lady wvrics to i'o a!I- i
    l ii reilly inu;itntlt i .v ttiv "ect-fl .'' ey "
    I-n tihe allilm it (I thL riclh i:;t!l. l fr-,
    ounselier rea'hili" i sonitwhrel' i.ia i t it vwa
    tlhe smainlles gate hiiia gave oonlt.ant,6
    to the wa'vied vity tof .e1ti 14'ahtllt nll
    lhatii a l ht't} c;'bt.y' !,:!* i( t!, sir[i;';Qte
    of its turdnt- i a)i' t e uit it. i tto'
    S.tiet'eze thult'ola- A\li so' S rih ill:litr
    tad to give lipl hlis in'-h s tn'- <. ilU
    to his kurps l''f'(re tie con.l ilcltr
    eta'i v If \,ils I'Us st' of tt,1' lhoul-
    sand l rover i tl i af a iilt o ll', o' Ite il.af
    teitehings of fli lnatio")s. 'i'Le, ', .11N .- of ,Ioil f l i tt olo-
    ntno amnil Conifl'iius and Motainme abound in tihenm.
    In- tfhe Xira;-n i-is f*oua (f tlis' pti'ove:'l."
    "Tlhe inllpi6us mutU will tfitdlt'he g1-.s'
    of heaven s;hut, fiLl lit'e;al to nimore cu-
    ter than a tcaiel ci nI pal.s trluough s
    ne'dh,'s .eye." ''eore is a1 titTr lit
    the Kouiu which smayt, "You.l \ill '. 1
    See a palm tree of -.1 r i u elephaftt
    p! 1i ki*WZh !iA- t d,'.'lh's eye." T'hI se'
    i 1 .1... i, ,; ., i .. >. .I. .iL
    !- ;I h l .


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    ,' -i,,, 1 b l --'lind Arp i' Athla ta'


    118s nearing to Come.
    Old Lady readingg newsplaper)'-'l d'e"
    cte! ''Thie poor fellow-' arrested yester-'
    day is- deaf.
    Li.stemi l'-r do you know?
    Old il.dvy-Why, it says here that hfi
    s! expet'lcd to fiave his hea-rin next
    tv'ek.- Given Btag.
    When you cannot sleeli for co''irhing.,
    it is hardly necessary that any one'
    should tell .vyo that you "ri-eed a few dosew
    of Chaliitberlain's Cough Remedy to allay
    the irrilation- of. the throat, and make'
    sleep possible. It isgood. Try it For
    sale by L. M. Ware, St. Anlutews andt
    Bayl:ead and- all medicine dealers.
    -.---*w


    Fixed tte- < ,.s (Cit.i-sny,
    "I'll fix 'em," said a Capitol 111il eli't-
    zen when he got his ga,s b!ll a couple of
    months ago, "Nine' dollars and eighty
    cents, hey, When we've been out every"
    night with the exception of, two or'
    three for the past month I'll move,-
    that's all, at the end of the month, but,
    if I don't make that gas meter of mine
    work overtime between now and the'
    day I move it'll be because I run out
    of matches, that's all! I'll eat up about
    $40 worth of gas and then let the darn-
    ed gas company keep the $5 I've got on'
    do posit "
    So fri'oi that .-I oft'as ,,on as
    t" fCi! the C.ili-',1 iii-n, t lulit
    a i,-i of tue ht l .use a -r I i..S.. j l -


    IH... i.'. ,'.',


    Si,,, R.l ,., al s!" he
    a'Ji to liiitt'lf st;ivx.;ly k's he started
    aH the tnurners a voiln:-.
    Along toward the 'Ail of the Inonth
    :" n;:il lis \''ife p'k>e! ouwt anotlihef
    hlui'l ai:l mtadrle a -' ft.r mov.
    ing. The ('tapii. liil r ... 5v. de-
    lighted when tlie .as !1I read $29.600.
    "This is one t' v -i won't gongei
    nic!" h lie shouted -vr l.-. as le danic-
    ed around with ltie l'il ii hish band.
    Three dIays Itef'ore lil' .day set for'
    moving his wife was 1.:'.'-n ill and of
    course thlie nimovin'.: h:i: i.. I. 'declared
    off. She is only now convuleseing. 'lie
    Capitol till nian Upaii tIhe -.**.ii0. and
    bis friends are now telliug him t the
    story about the I.a1 who t.-bbld lilt
    OW- truiiik.--\V:Wis ,;-s..n t',i.-t.

    The Ainerlean consuls at all foreign?
    ports have the lawful right to examine
    Intending emnigrants for the United
    States for the purpose of nse:vrliluln;
    that they are fit for admission to this
    country.
    In the Black sea no animal life of-
    any kind sla found at a depth below
    1,200 feet owing to the large amount of


    hvtlyromsuhlt ric acidl


    the contractor to shirk In order not to .
    lose any more than he Is absolutely When you havI no appetite, do Intl.
    obliged to In order to get out on the relish your food and feel. dull afterr eat-
    bad deal. iug you imayi kilo'w thaiti you ii,, .1 dose LIf
    "These mistakes are not only disas- ChaLmle.lhain's Stomaci and l .,sr T.iA -
    trous to the parties immediately cou- is. Pi, e2lcis. Samples tree at L.M.
    earned, but to the trade In general, as
    by the error of the unlucky bidder an- W' re's. St. Aiidri'es ait iiyhead ,ti,
    other wortq y contractor is unable to a ment iue deal. r






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    IM AR ITIM E, LOCAL DRIFT.
    -The L. B. Q will cure a cold in one
    day For sale at the Pioneer Drug
    Store,
    --A good big Tablet for 8 cts and a
    g good thick school tablet with 175 leaves
    foi 10cts; all with handsome covers and
    Good, ruled paper, at the BUOY office.
    --Parker lodge No. 1+2 F. &A. M. wil
    meet in regular communication next
    Saturday at 1 o'clock p. m. Visiting
    NoTr.-lt must he remembered tiaf the Masrns in good staniindg ari. invited to
    wind is not a wholly Il .l,- l p... pai- iI'iputi .
    er and if the sailor f,'in-t iil iii.i d iir m i
    postsile to make scl,.dulh.. i .I ni I Ili Iill n
    chargedtothe eli ii,..iti i1. ,. d i hi i .- i. l i[J.' irt1'l l al thli ir fai .rr.,iir- i -- ii.iil-.'i'
    tev ean. 'ly eno.iigh u r-;a II it. not later than
    - --. -. M~1oiij e eniing: .it 1hrwi',s: he cannot
    The schooner A i il aliive.l Inlim al.iear in thie eirr,,.it I-1ue.
    Pensacola Saturllday allerno.ni andt -BriinL vour ori'iiinar ,..'ur] iOri bot.
    'after discharging btr. Anlrews height tl, t th, l''e 1i,\ ortiei iand fur ,: get it
    proceeded n Alonday, iii. Eahl Uay. tilled i ih Arnold', e',-1-rate.d (C'li-nm-
    were h at p l a g ical Writing Fllid --tile ver beot ink
    where sire fs at prescoiL leading % ilh Inado :,lu lint o re %vl oi uw 1t .
    Naval stores. On *aturda. iait thr I eaiellt ie o
    The schooner Nettie arnivel frin H. D. Davie i i. ui-,ue Sirevt \ a- di-
    Mobile S'niid'a afl'eilii,, ih a I eoer-d by pas-ers-l..3 t be on lire.
    heavy freightage of nicichi-..i-ie. [l'ertunalely the flame had niade but
    The sooer Ly H little headway and wan thoitlv extin-
    The school Ly auied iib trifliog damage.
    Monday morning liuim 'eiinaco, -I. Godai's' ice cream inarl.,r ip-
    di,-cha ged St. Anliul t lieig'ist and peari to he the mus-t cropular plaee ini
    sailed-for Nuitlh Bay to lomil witl to, n during thet-e closing days ,of sum.
    n naval stores. nier, and no wonder ii is .o, foriI hi-
    -n _creainm i- perfection and his rV'uc -ts 'c"
    4t ALh, Tl fl ?- -ive the .,o.*t "'|.||| BI||I l
    St. Andreu w Bay, bint I ii i_ i St.
    '-f .. '.dre'ws BIv date lino and vi ,,,, of
    -- I ',,,im ,,',lulD u ,..ihe!'St.Anr,,lr., BluT,.,,- I{ ,,ra ln V;tt.l
    andl PIacoiflfa Point, at 8c. per dozen: also map of the
    St. Andrews Bay country on back of a
    PASSENGER LINE. letter sheet at 12c. per dozen, at the
    BUOY office
    Leave St. Andrews ev Tuesd-y, 10:00 a.m. -It you are thinking of buying prop-
    r. Pt. Wash'gtyo 1:00 p m. erty in St. Andrews or immediate vi-
    Ar. Pt. Wash'gtonl 6:00 p. m.
    Ldave Wednesday 7:00 a.m. cinity, you cannot afford to purchase
    Arrive Pensacola, 5:00 p. i. until you have conferred with the pro-
    RETURNIXG. prietor of the BUOY. If you are short of
    Leave Pensacola ev'iy Thursday 7:00( a.nm.
    ArrivePt. Washington 5:00 p.m. money and want to buy on longtime for
    Leave "1 Friday, 6:00 a.m. actual settlement yofi can be accommo-
    West Bay every 11:00 dated.
    Arrive St. Adrews 1:30 p.m. -A new remedy for billiousness is
    D, M. & F.A.WITHERILL, now on sale at L. M. Ware's St. An-
    D.B, POWELL,
    Ma.n gers. drews and Bayhead stores and at all
    medicine dealers. It is called Cham
    Pensacola and St. Andrews Bay berlin's Stomach and Liver Tablets.
    FREIGHT AND PASSENGER )LINE. It gives quick relief and will prevent
    the attach if given as soon as the first
    PACKET SCHOONER indication of the disease appears. Price
    A R IEL. 25 cents per box. Samples free.
    L. E. DANFORD, S MASTER. -The State Normal School at De-
    Makes regular trips between St. An- Funiak Sprinus begins its fall term,
    drews Bay and Pensacola. Freight and Oct 9; winter term, Jan. 1, and the
    I'assenger traffic solicited aud courteous spring term, March 19, and is better
    and car tful attention assured.
    Patrons entiusti:-g the Ariel with equipped than ever before. This school
    freight must meet the captain at the boat is not for the general public, but is for
    or make arrangements with some husi- those wishing to teach. The expenses
    ness house having a wharf to receive the for an entire term amount to only $32.75
    including board, tuition and books.
    PACKET SCHOON EI Write for the catalogue and illustrated
    Booklet to C L. Haves, Principal, De
    ^ i "J'Ti"IE. Funiak, Fla.
    LeavesSt. Andrews Bay every Tucsday, -J. T. Willcox and Ed. Guderian,
    leaves Pensacola every Friday, who have associated themselves for the
    (weather permitting). Special attln- season in the lmetto bery picking
    tion will ie given to receiving and seaso the paetto berry picking
    forwarding freight tor iar-lies lii onill industry were both victims of misfor-
    Sl it. 1.. ,. . .i .... u .
    depend upon securitrlig prompt tralls- ten on the hand by a ground rattler,
    portfation a pt reasoatle i-ae. Fo and Mr. Guderian, whilo carrying a
    further information apply to
    L. M. WAARE, Agt. load of berries from the beach to their
    *---- boat st.epoed upon a stingray, which re-
    NAPHTHA LAUNCH, taliated by striking him on the foot,
    L UR R L I N E, inflicting a painful and serious wound.
    S-By reference to the time card in
    CAPT. D. M \WVITHELiLL another column, of the St. Andrews
    Carries the East Bay Mail between St. Bay Pt. Washington and Pensacola
    Andrews Bay, Wetappo and intermedi- Passenger Line, it will be seen thatthe
    ate points. Leaves St. Andrews daily P L i
    (except Sunday) at 6:00 a. i1.; arrive at time ofleavirg St. Andrews has been
    Wetappo at 12:30 p. m.; leave Wetappo changed from Monday morning at 5:30
    at 1:00 p. m.; arrives at St. Andrews at to 10:00 a. m. on Tuesday. The change
    7:30 p. m. Makes landings regularly at became necessary because Capt Powell
    Harrison, Cromanton, Parker. Pilts-
    burg, and Farmdale. Freight landed at found his water route so badly obstruct-
    any postoffice wharf. For passenger and ed with logs that he did not consider it
    freight rates, see rate card in the sev- entirely safe to navigate it after night.
    eral postoffices. while by daylight he can see and steer
    clear of the obstructions.

    A Week's Weathler. Trurnetl tlie Joke to Account.
    The following table gives the maxi- Sonie friends ouce invited the late
    mum, minimum and mean tempera- Tiny Waterin.n to their shooting club
    tures, the rainfall and direction of the ait Iiings Lake. near St. Louis, and the
    wind, for the twenty-four hours ending firtt afternoon they sti;loned Tiny in
    at 7 o'clock p. m.. as indicated by U. S. a dlc(:king tank. or sink box, where they
    Swell kunw ducks had never been seen.
    government self-registering thermom- He took the joke good naturedly, and
    meters. Max:Min. Mean. R'n W'd that night at dLnner hr plnll'd a shell
    Sept. 26 85 62 74 1.31 e out of his po,('k'-t :'nd tosst-(, it on the
    27 87 64 75 .t0 sQ table with the remark that he "thought
    29g 90 j8 79 .00 w he had put Iall of ls shells away."
    30 92 70 82 .00 sw Most naturally cue of the diners cut
    Oct. 1 93 70 81 .00 e the shell open with his pocketknife,J
    -' 2 90 70 80 .00 s disclosing the contents. Tiny seemed
    For week. ..-89 I 67 i 78 1.31 I astounded at the number of "bullets,"
    as he called them, and asked how
    many we're In a shell. Of course no
    Parker Lodge No. 142 one could enlighten him, so he said,
    -'--.-* ....... -". S A-- I ." "If you fellows who are hunters really
    ~~tis '~ tl ^.t <\.Ul.^ ,t,>,>i don't kin.,w it ii',, *., r' ", rhat It Isa
    -Bgn s i -go d .': i itit inr prI. ..-.-.l,. i
    1J, cations on the first ";uood eTie-,m-: a,...xh-nd "np of his
    amd ttiird Saturday hosts: "Let's make it a dollar each. -
    in each month., to wh~genesses nearest tn lbs actual
    / ^ Visiting Brotlhes- number In thl i'Uli." -
    FRATERNALLY INVITED. "As there 1'', onl one bet In this
    W. H. PARKER, W. M. proposition," Tiny suggested, "let's
    W. A. EMMOss.SecretBv = make it $5 a corner," which was agreed


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    4!he New Cook. Each one wrote on the tablecloth his
    "Maggle, did you make that chicken guess as to the number contained in
    broth as I ordered you?" the shell, and when the pellets were
    "O01did, mom." counted it was found that Tiny had
    "What did you do with it?" guessed the exact number. Hle ac-
    "Sure, an fhat Ilse would 01 do wid it cordingly gathered in the $30, and
    but fade it to the chickens, mom?"- when he had it safely bestowed he
    Boston Courier. casually inquired. "'What do you fel-
    lows think I was doing in that blamed
    Sweet Consolement4' tank all afternoon ?"-San Francisco
    She-Oh, dear, I found a &Mtty hair In Argonaut.
    $ly head this morningI No Mystery About Polities.
    He-You ought to be glad of It. If There is nothing peculiar or mysterl-
    your hair should turn gray, it would ous about politics or International rela-
    Soften the effect of those wrinkles you tions, says Henry D. Sedgwick, Jr., In
    Are getting.-IndianaDolis Press. The Atlantic. When two or three men
    Millions Given Away live within hail of one another, polit-
    It is certainly gratifying to the pub- local relations begin. Politics begin
    lic to know of one concern in the land when men realize that other men are
    who are not afraid to be generous to forces to be considered. Men meet,
    the needy and suffering. The proprie- bow; each drives his wagon to the
    tors of Dr. King's New Discovery for right; one sells, another buys; they
    consumption, coughs and colds, have fence their acres In. They meet to-
    given away over ten million trial bot- gather to chop down a tree, to mend the
    ties of this great medicine, and have road, to regulate county rmtters with
    the satisfaction of knowing it has abso- road, n
    lutely cured thousands of helple s the next community.
    cases. Asthma, bronchitis. hoarsenes. Whether they like it or not, politics
    and all diseases of the throat, chest have beguu; ethical relations have be-
    ond lungs are surely enred by it. Call gun: religion has come In. Be It fear,
    an any druggist and get a trial battle philosophy, instinct or habit, every nor-
    free, regular sizo 50 c:s and $1. Every rmal man is conscious of this religious
    tottle guaranteed, or price refunded. element. Men caunot separate politics


    from collie nor eltics froln renl'.tlon:
    they are threefoldi. yet one and Indivisi-
    ble. From that union springs the nor-
    mnal l.nw.
    Rightly to un(lerstan(d that power is
    the chief problem of life. and mankind
    hias long leen busy at the task, but the
    linmeilitle matter for men Is to under-
    stand that what is true of two men and
    three gathered together Is true of tens
    of millions. Are men to recognize this
    pow.r which acts on the individual and
    on society only when the company is
    small and they (ln i see the whites of
    qI -l I Fl I, P- t I.- i .- I T IIi t I .,If t Ih
    S lt'o I- it I... il l r 'I i IIIl. t i l h
    f 'lie-, i:huj l 1 fllil ee th i [,i"..eei 'i. of
    hat li'- iifor-
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    In .r I .; ,rriiii -il t, 'i l'l' hl i lIlI out
    the grnIl,' irn -. l h,'. r- ii'n. ti ''- d to
    ri l i.'n :u i h ,- .'-. if li, oirt.-r 'I he
    c'Il.,r 1.1I" i ,_it. ,r rn:; ii ..-.- i., ,1f.,ren e
    n l, t-M..'.i ,i tI,.* (_,l.i'r ,,f rti,. w ine
    w hiih ,I i .v [,r.',hire. f.rl tli,. JM.e ti.f
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    outward I. i..i',-o. ... i h la beIen on the market for a few months and whiduh is now se SSa sS
    Perry Ot In I 1., ODr mm Businssm Proves This Beyond the Shadiw of a
    Prry P,-1,t. ,- II.o. lady. .p a a h llrO D BT
    poor un %at' s in ou-,r work.i DOB !
    mori.'n a k.,6' "" " u. U , I uIu All oods Except Flour, Grain a ee el ia..+ff0
    K, i L .I -, .. .. I< + + - o i i t e a y s *0 1
    .... i. .- -T'-nytrfng at all E U + 1 1 j r '- n
    ",-, . . IT "" We Lead Others Try to Follow!
    l-rry rlt,.ir.N ,-i ly. I C'- lo Inn; _'.
    sin- .Ii i J h ,,., work .ili I don't been Steadily A dancing _I .. BRACKIN & SON.
    tiuk I'.1 r.- :.-.,,,ly. ,,i,.. u.w it It come ... ....--_ ......
    up an took its bat off ter e.-Pha- er since it came on the market and iN g,.-.aij' sought after by thuse w.>' SAS A L 1IN i f P \ rr'I
    elphla Press. desire a SAFE INVESTMENT.1
    The first coffee house in London was
    opened In 1852 by the Greek servant of Good W ages and Regular Employmemt
    a Turkey merchant.- T HIIS O C. For Good, Live, Energetic. Coiu peteit Saleoime. A pply for terms.
    The Wires Werie+Crossed. Wo will have for fall of 1900 al ,i i.f of 1901
    Hotel Man (who thinks he is callingW il iaveor fal of 1900 a )if11901
    down his butcher)-Say, I am shy a Will begin paying big dividends A N I M M EN SE T C K
    heart and a liver, eight ribs and a Of Apple, Pear, Peach, Plum, Apricot, Cherry, Grapes, Etc.,
    Railway Office (which has been con- Within six months and when it does, it will be in greater de- Also Small Fruit, Shade and Ornamental Trees, Roses, Etc.
    nected by mistake)-Sorry, sir. but the maud than ever, and it will be We do a General Niiiursery Business. and make a spec ialty of wholesaling
    wreck has been cleared up.-Baltimore to large planter. direct alOw pices \\'Write for whioleale pricelist.
    American.Selling for several times its pres- Add esas CEDAR HILL NURSERY & ORCHARD CO.,
    Thousands Have Kidney Trouble Wimlhetester, TennesSee.
    and Don't Know it. ent price.
    How To ind Out. PiCEO
    Fill a bottle or common glass with your
    water and let it stand twenty-four hours; a T H
    lsndimn or sets THE SHARES Corner of Bayview and Wyomint Avenues on Bay Front.
    tli healthy condicat Glassware. Tinware and Notions!
    tion of the kid- fully paid and non-assessable. ha,,t ,,,., ,., a ,,, ,., e .,,o.
    tneys; if it stains arepi dat al. eAC K ET
    your linen it is The smallest shareholder is as ABSOLUTELY PRO- S TORE a tol get.
    }^,J evidence of kid- S T "R -a ". -Pt
    ney trouble; too TECTED as the largest. Bread, Pies and Cakes, Specialties.
    ^i_ r1^ /" s-frequent desire to B
    '-' pass it or pain in B a Ui an D '(s S pe a
    .. the back Is also H EDARD, l er.
    convincing proof that the kidneys and blad-
    der are out of order.TO
    derareoutofkor m cannot be assessed or frozen out, THE POPULAR
    There is comfort in the knowledge so
    often expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp- X X b ility E:
    Root, the great kidney remedy fulfills every and there is no individual liabiy.
    wish in curing rheumatism, pain in the nd there is no individual liability. PESAOLA, Fla Oppoie \aitg oom iin ot
    back, kidneys, liver, bladder and every part mst e PSiaCe for Passengers Coing to and from
    of the urinary passage. It corrects inability ,t S o a se gr s B ta ndfo
    to hold water and scalding pain n passing mayST.ANDREWSBAY.
    it, or bad effects following use of liquor.
    wine or beier. agyoercomes that unpleasant,_
    -v 4rtIknii y of your JJfetinm Rooms Comfortable! Tnrmtespat
    e y.. nd 1.'gel up 'wan y ntirr'e_ I I4W o M
    .air;n ig:,e nighr. The mold and the extra- _
    ordinary effect of Swamp-Root is oonEGLECT IT! G u lf e
    derful cures of the most distressing cases.,0 HO T N GH I
    If you ned ed a medicine you should have the LAR E P O ITS
    best. Sold by druggists in 50c. and$l. sizes. t P O ITS
    You may have a sample bottle of this
    wonderful discovery cn
    and a book that tsco f 1, can be realized from an investment .
    more about it, both sent si A e
    absolutely free by mail, in these hares. Captain JA. E.CLARK.
    address Dr. Kilmer & Home of Swamp-R ool.
    Co., Binghamton, N.Y. When writing men- ____
    tion reading this generous offer in this paper.

    Actors ave strauegexperienees. Not
    .Ro vely l an easago E Sd 255 TonsBurden. Passenger Capacity 50
    vans acting at .Iohnnuesbtrlg in a co r 00 P r)APS1S E1Tfl full inPA SSIE TGE E iAZTElS:
    alny orgnillzedil y 1his brother-n-law. 1111 Andeus Bay
    George Edwards. One of the plays Mobile to t A ndrews Bay an.....d 5 00 St Andrews Bay toApalachicola.. 2 5t
    ptod.ued was "The Solicitor," by Mr.. palace iola..... 7 00 '" Carrabelle..... 3 0 f
    inrnloy. )During one of the acts the Tl Caraibelle ............ 8 00 Apalachicola to Carrabelle ....... 7
    players wore uniforms and accouter- jj llii j
    .inents. Mr. Sass received a request EAST BO ND. WEST BOUND.
    from Mr. Blieksley. an otticial of the LEAVE ARRIVE.
    iocal fire brigade. to lend the swords L AJ L 5th 15thand 25th at7 p.m.. .. Mobile...........12th, 22d and 2d a..
    used in thel play to the Transvaal gov- t Anr s lnd a.
    oriuemt in order to make a good dis- 7th thand27th p.m.. tAndrews.Bay .... t
    all st-it ti st e t h e S alth.m .r...... ,'omat on.:::f ...,,t 21lstandlst a.m.
    play at the opening of the Dcn goa in a Stocks listed on the Salt 8th, 18th and 28th a.m......... Apalachicola........11th, 21st and est p. m
    itay railway. 'hei government was V ARRIVE. LEAVE.
    short of swords and thought that even 9th, 19th and 29th a m...........Carrabehe.... 10th, 20th and 30th noon
    -latricali weapons would be more of Lake Stock Exchange, and make a
    fective than empty scabbards and re- m Connects at Apalachicola with steamers up Chattahoochee River. At
    -olver castes. Mr. Sass referred the specialty of High Grade Utah Investments, and can fur- Carrabelle with 1. T. & G. Railroad for Tallahassee. r
    )fic.ial to oMr. Edwards. who happened For further information, freight rates and special rates for large parties
    to 1e in Eugland. anil, 'he d.rlny -as nish yon with THE BEST REFERENCES IN THE Address, CAPT. oAS. CLARK, Mlobile, Alabamla.
    horn of its most >t...a:live f.ature.- STATE.
    London .Mail. It Happened in a Drug Store. Peace at Any Price. .. .
    Red Ht Fm Gn "One dav last winter a lady came to my Two old ladies were next to each oth-''
    Was th ball that hit G. Stad drug store and asked fora brand of er In a statiouL1 (-'lti STe-e '"
    of Newark, Mich., in the eiiteadmar. It ..Ycough medicine that I did not -have in ed to ha -e window shut the other
    caused horrible ulcer. that no treat- stock," says Mr. C. R. Grandne t open the conductor s call
    meant helped for 20 yy8rs. Then Buck- AN A 1,. .l..'- ed ,ie,4'e .hean."--'tion. One said lf
    len's Arnica Salve 2 ed him. Cures1 ANYL A OLARGE FORT NE mi ,.1 .- of o, o ... r 'ge oul d catcb id and
    cuts, bruises, burns, scalds, felons, ws d. as d i it, I nf jdlc; TIbe ..rifer s. i if it were shut .she
    corns, skin eruptions. Best pile cure on ha iX "7 x .c wnh r,,-,.,h rp r i-,., ...I tt ... ,,i c.- would die of apoplexy.
    -8rth-.-4ta& box. Cure guaranteed .. U l j f ni.d.' l l it, h,, l..r i I > ,..,I-l.1 ,-r The conductor did not know what to
    Sold by all druggislt V -- ..n.. ei' i, i in C'.l-i R-ni. do. when an old man. who had been
    Te R ue avd t d i r H E EXT dy, and that she could take a btle o ng quiet in a co rner. said
    A judge of the English high court rhe remedy and after; giving it a fair trial "Open the window, friend t will
    ias once arrested on suspicion of f shedid not find it worth the money, to kill one of them. Then shut t. and we
    ,ig burglarious designs on the house 10shall be rid of the other and have
    gof a fbglarienous designs on the pouslice i brig lack the bottle and I would refund some peace."-London Answers.
    of a friend in. Mayfair. The police h i d. Inthecourseof a davnr
    officer charged him In the police sta- the price paid. In the course of a day or
    tion with loitering with felonious Intent, two the aiy came back in copav with More Theman was .aving b
    and the prisoner's description of him- a friend in need o a cough ediche and As a gentleman was s
    self as one of her majesty's judges was advised her to hly a bottle of Chamber luncheon in the coffee room of a small
    received with a grin of sarcastic der- laiin'l Cough Remedy. I consider that a visitor, who during the whole meal
    sion. 1oMr y goo.d recomminuenation tor the renie- stood with his back to the fire, warm-
    At that moment an old offender was ** ia for sale by L. M. Ware, St. elf nd watching
    brought n who happened to catch Andiews and Baihead and all nedicie himself and watching him partake
    sight of his lordship's face, which he dealers. "At length, unable to endure it any
    had good reason to remember. Knew Iis Pop, longer, he rang the bell and said:
    "You here, my lord!" he exclaimed, ^l t <. + A ND B ,"A little fellow." says the Kennebec "Waiter, kindly turn that gentleman.
    with unfeigned astonishment. "Well, A I E R A ND B R O K E R Journal, "the oLd.est in a family of Wtle round. I think he is done on that
    this beats unsolicited corroboration ones, whose fathcir worked away from side."
    of the Judge's sdeclaration saved the home winters, had occasion to visit his The hint was taken.-London Standa
    situation, and hIs lordship was allowed t Igrandparents for a few days. On hia ard.
    .tuaton epand his lordship was allowed 361 rick Building, Salt Lake City, Utah, return lie found : utber little memhr. tf
    For sprains, swelliniigs ahd lameness both surprised and ildignaiint: 'Well, if one young man. "HIe's a natural dip-
    there is nothing so good as Chamberlain's elmti ."* you haven't gone and got another gosh lomat."
    Pain Balm. Try it. For sale ly L. M 01a O darned kid! ,oiV't niy father be mad "How did you find it out?"
    Ware, St. Andrews and Bavhead and all when he hears of it!' "I asked him to lend me a dollar."
    e, d dea leh" r."And he got awny from It?"
    medicine dealers. | OAMERICAN BANKERS' ASSOCIATION, Oo, arch,,enbi-ve. "No. He said te hadn't a dollar, but
    WANTED- ACTIV MAN OF OOD CHARAc On a toimbstoue in an old New Eng- he'd Lend me five. I might forget about
    ter to deliver and collect in Florida for 1A land ehurchyard there is an epitph $. But he could remind me of $5,"--
    old established manufacturing wholesale A 'L KE STOCK AND MINING EXCHANGE. which never fails to bring a smile to Washington Star.
    house. $900 a year, sure pay. Honesty the face of the render: s t
    more than experience required- Our ref- "To the ieiory of Ann Sophin and Spanish beggars do not think it nee-
    ern-ce, any hank in any city. Enclose -; Julia Hattie, his two wives, this stone essary to conceal their cigar when ask-
    self-addressed stamped envelope. Man......... a' is erected by their grateful widower. Ing alma. Smokinolg Is considered as
    Chicago, Ills en Bu James I. Rollins. They made home necessary as bwrathing to every humal
    faorrs. T F r 4s B pleasant."-Woman's Journal, being out of the cradl~.


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    S"THE LONG ARM."
    --- *
    A Case of Plagiarism.

    It was 6 o'clock In the evening, and
    the editor of The Monthly Record sat
    alone in his room at a large desk
    strewn with papers and cuttings, gaz-
    Ing thoughtfully at the sheets of man-
    uscript which he had taken from a pile
    before him.
    "I can't understand it at all," he was
    thinking. "Except for the change of
    Scene and the matter-of turning a col-
    lision into a fire the two- stories are
    practically Identical. At any rate.
    they're rather too similar fur me to
    pass the matter over. The extra chap-
    ter is original enough, though, and
    really well written, I'll admit. But
    what on earth p'.se.i d.1 the fI-llow to
    send it here, out of- ill the .sitlces In
    town where it might have conet in-
    stead? The whole thing is quite be-
    yond me,
    "I don't know quite what to -ay at
    this early stage in the proceed ing;'" h.e
    said slowly. "But, let me see. tirst :.'f
    all, what's the sender's name and anl-
    dress? Ah! 'Claude Hellinghliaum, 14
    Cadogan street, W.'"
    He paused Irresolutely for a secoi.a
    ntud then wrote on the sheet in front of
    t '-'- .'-.' nine i a iloinr of the slIort
    Stu 'rv. 'The ',,lita'3 Soul.' w-ill call at
    this office at 3 o'clock on Thursday aft-
    ernoon. I or my representative will be
    glad to see him."
    "There, that ought to fetch him,"
    said the man, with a peculiar smile, as
    ne sinied the letter 'Douglas Bair'd,
    Editor.' Thn. directing the envelope
    to thb address given on the manuscript,
    he posted it at thle on his way home. ,-
    On tie afternoon r.f the following
    'T'hursdnay Douglas Baird sat in his
    o0ilce cg-ain. He was obviously not
    uilt ant his ease. atld from time to
    ;tine lie would open oue of the drawers
    of hi dt's]-: and examine the papers it
    contalnied as if to assure himself that
    none of thlm were missing. Present-
    ly lie looked at his watch.
    "I'i! A quarter past 3 already,"
    he mused. "I wonder If my corre-
    spoudent is going to fight shy after
    all."
    A tap at the door interrupted his so-
    lilonquy. In answer to his somewhat
    surly "(one In," the visitor entered.
    The editor of The Monthly Rocket
    slightly raised his eyebrows. Accus-
    tomed as he was to all sorts and condi-
    tions of visitors, it was not often that
    such a pretty girl as this Invaded his
    office. His surliness vanished instant-
    ly. He could be charming to ladies,
    when he chose. This was one of these,
    occasions. Accordingly, he set a chair
    for the visitor and returned her timid
    greeting with a geniality calculated
    to dispel her very obvious nervousness.
    It was a young but sad and troubled
    facp that iookedl nt him cross the
    in- -. "'lin -..i I. I'mm l I lr Iui. liit lh t e

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    ,,... '. ,ni, ir.un. turning her
    l| fi ', .. i, ihon. she said tremu-
    v\. ll ."'., iN.. .Miss Chester." be.
    .I;.I .I,..'-I ,. .Y you sent this to
    riney \'a' ,i ,', sake Of getting
    Into [,' ll-- ri iul enough vanity,
    I'll a:,*.'-" I .. 'u tinued nl a softer
    tone. "' .1 1 :"imouent that you
    would I 1, e .* I had tile manuu-
    scri:,t I u I i ', J ;iu, iltporltant con
    side .i ,11.
    "O(l. I' r. .' e txcl'aimed, try-
    ing rI r. 1 r z.,,i"posure. "I know
    It Via J rI ,,'% ..shonorable thing
    to (I" I., % .,i don't know how
    hard It it.1 l.- r '"r In London. A
    wol.II 1 ...l i r ;iall, !n:ul for a
    girl like a U ',. irii. u, io 'ieest, or
    irl.,mi'- hI i ii I ,i.' >;.- .Il to get
    w.r.k. 'I''.l' i ,.- i! :>-ri, nyw, and
    I' n tirn" Ii .
    ......' 'SO nb ii ii tn, u .tl ui.-cess at
    all i. - S.t s1miL .j bi' i.-nli.s.
    -.',. 1, Ii i. it h (ch and
    n, .thl --. I "', i s, .-'ly reg-
    hl:ll ',',, "'P ,.'. ,'.. 'u:: j t, but
    Tit. I..q[" r f'iaj mi -l -inmn u "r naod left
    nl'h. i ,n.'.L'Se %\\ Ing n [ ll.', ie. too," she
    ad ,I -a.lly.
    S"I'l.' rd in I '*1I v nu write

    ',-.. u -" ,,il. I .J nil those
    t. 1. -i oin 'i I'r..\ o n. .. L.r of Lon-
    ,;., ..1, 1 .-1- .'- al 1 ii.- II. art of a
    W\\ u.in]iI U. .u s.'* .iiI it tales as

    'T ,ftio/ .u .' l'."''W-' he ex-
    l.,i.i'.. s., I'rl it ri .i .. ti.,a silly of

    me! 1 ought ttu hav, remembered the
    namne. It was Ti capital story. 'You'
    should get it lublli, n *I ii v.'liih e form.
    i'm sure it .Oul.i -' .-. "
    "I've tritI to i ii 11 "as no gi-""d.
    The firsi fir I ,i, ,-'r,1 i to kept It for
    seven iiotll',i!t .atd iltn wrote to say
    theyt ivould i rwi ,1. story ollt If
    would bear !..' '. ..- The next peo-
    p!e lwho 1 '* .r. I it wpre not so bad.
    They nasikid 'me to p y oaiy half the
    "ost. I knew 1-,.,' wore a good firm
    ,nd would treat u' will. and so I tried
    o ,et tie lmnaey twicr' tle book would
    t)r, no mul)cb out t1f ,lan"."
    "i'lal 14 ,v'y you euli this nainu-
    -cripl to I I. 'h'
    "'rpts: l saw that you v,,"rp offering
    ..5 go 1 1se ft'or thet-'-` l0.J0O0 word sto-
    -y. 'lThe Irnoly rwmeant inrch a lot to me,
    lud I was soh awfu!.y hard up' I he-
    .an a story taind got half way through
    ,vith it. l>but It wasn 't alive. nad I some-
    inow coui ldn'dt gIt O witl it. Tlbel olne
    1lay I c(iti across in old file of the
    'ape Town Mer'-.ury in the treading
    Iool at ilreT museum. I saw a story
    ''alled "'he Liar' in it and liked the
    "eintral idea: very niuch. I worlred it
    ip anld (lt :'l i ,r tile coniatructtion a lit-
    tle and :,.i.'.I i-another (chapter. and
    then--well., t1heti g,.I. it here. I never
    ima ig ned iti&y ),'n iv,. .! recognize it.
    The pinper t.:, over ten yeiri's old and
    haid listed P!t ,v ia d(zif nnmnlers.is
    'lAnd ilol1 I thiiik I've nothing more
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    'vcr so -'. 1 o about it all! I hope 'ou
    won't tihnk' trn, I....dly of mue. It was
    ;imni a t*.- 'ln i .'.n W ill you tell me,

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    "I li .- l l ,int r fnioil Lr:'Ralrd, tlie
    uiltr-r I dun't knuw i" yr,. are te-
    asking mnie to call at 3 today." 'ildl the
    girl.
    "I am the editor, certainly, but I
    can't recollect writing to Miss-Chester.
    In fact, I expect some one else at this
    hour."
    "M.r. Claude Hellingham, perhaps?
    "Yes. Do you know him, then?" ask-
    ed the man eagerly.
    "Oh, yes, I think I may say I do, a
    little," she replied, smiling again. "In
    fact, I-1 am the individual himself!"
    "I don't quite understand," returned
    Baird wonderingly. "Is tiere such a-
    person at all, then?"
    "Oh, yes, very much so. I'm he, or,
    rather, he's my nom de guerre," she
    answered quietly, seeming to enjoy his
    evident mystification.
    "You?" he replied. "You? What on
    earth made you take such a pseudo-
    nym?" he demanded wonderingly.
    "Oh, because I thought a man's
    name would give my story a better
    chance of acceptance. But why did
    you write to me?" she continued anx-
    iously. "I was so glad to get your let-
    ter! I thought you had accepted the
    tale. You are going to publish it, aren't
    you ?" she added, all her smiles vanish-
    ing.
    "No," said Baird, looking at hex
    steadily. "I don't think I shall."
    The girl's eyes tilled at the answeI,
    and, as he saw the ihttemr disappoint-
    ment in her face, the editor began to
    feel quite remorseful. It was a deuced
    awkward business, he told himself.
    "I am sorry, Miss Chester," he said,
    pulling himself together with an effort,
    "that you should have thought my let-
    ter meant acceptance of your contribu-,
    tion. Before we go any further, how-
    ever, let me asli yqu one question., Did
    ',.ii send Tnfl-nnrr-.t_-c.--2Tl' Solitary
    ., 1t,' as : ig l: j l,.i i '- r
    ' A pause ensued. The tl. tIIu pf' 'a
    'oek on the mantelpiece alone broke
    1e silence of tile room. The editor
    i watched the woman keenly. A snd.Jen
    aism passed over her face and a
    ,mitcd look came into her eyes. v1 hen
    or the firgt time the niaiU noticed her
    'a,.lor and( the poverty of her attire;
    s1e ha:d (clasped her hands together, as
    C to make an appeal, and he saw liat
    teu her gloves were carefully .narid
    ,1.


    "If you wouldtrather not answer." he
    iaid gently nnd in a very different t,,lue-
    hmn that which he had intended to
    ,lopt toward "Mr. Hteliingham," "ypm
    wed not do so. Only, I think you Tmu u
    .linnowk'dge that it is Ilnuossible foir
    ,e to publish the _-tory in my rma;a

    Will you tell me w-why?" she askh
    rr'y:i; to control bet voice. "'I ill
    :-i ,hat I shouldn't have (it.r(id It
    Syvout williout an explanation, ler-
    ps, ltnt 1-1"-
    '"or ;!nu-nWVr he took from a dInwr W'
    r-,;per a ld a pile of ian.i-.nn ri[,t
    cs.;s ,'" "', linri -nnseri-pt." he reunark-
    ,.-.h;"ri:i. iner keenly as sli; put
    inn'r :hanlin for it, "'iand this," he
    .ve!. making uip the pa.per.
    ',-. r'ealr in;:t! i whis'il a certain
    ii 'T I e I'i I" I' appeared.
    ',.. --, o v,'ill n .lderst;Und."
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    I -:. u r I n.:,ri l,, ir."aIn d, -l: Ti,- 1 .,1 *; ,-. -3 w the
    .itii-rnli.u".y ,' I I ,,i .' 1 hIe fact pretty tl 1. I i. h' .'i ih. 1 |.ilh trou-
    I ,h I r I Uysf h.tpp)n to be ble In deciding from what source the
    ,h. frrt "hatsource the
    ,. ...r..,.: ilihor of 'The jar.' tribute came. For who else in a fash-
    --kt lonable suburb would have yellow to-
    Smatoes, except the son of the Dutch
    The Or Oin of Phienix Park. gardener? The school indulged in un-
    The ori-i] i .r he name of Phoenix restrained giggling, but Bertha, in-
    park has pr s.rIdll many scholars unac- stead of participating, shot defiance
    quaint, d w i i Ilir Irish language. The from her gray blue eyes, and, turning
    manor was .:il!,- in the Irish vernacu- with an adorable smile toward Domin-
    lar Fhimn i.u .g. pronounced finniske, Icus, carefully fitted one of the yellow
    which sizni .- r.h-lar or fair water, and tomatoes into her red mouth and de-
    which. nrti mla.d in the brief English poured It In the same spirit in which
    manner. ex .-tly resembled the word a loyal subject drinks to his king. It
    phtnix. Tl ..* spring or well so called was evident that Dominicus had been
    from "hi, ithe park derives its right. Bertha was different from the
    name still v i tls close to the Dublin en- others. His happiness stained the boy's
    trance of te viceregal lodge. It Is amiable face scarlet, and while the oth-
    situated in a glen beside the lower er boys jeered at him, a number of
    lake and is one of the romantic objects them felt a distinct pang of jealousy.
    of the park.-.-London News. They were quite alive to the extraor-
    in n otland. dinary favor which had been shown
    SboviPing In Scotland. him.
    It has betn said that the Scottish Frohim. at da on Brtha the daugh-
    dialect Is pculiarly powerful I'a Its ter of a prosperous lawyer and a little
    use of vn.w. '. and the following dia- maid distinctly conscious of tier social
    logue between a shopman and a cus- opportunities, and Dnominicus, the son
    tomer has been given as a speel- of the man who raised garden truck,
    men. Thie onversatIton relates to a were friend-. There came a day when
    plaid hanging at thie shop door: Bertha, having i.eached the proud age
    Customer Iinquiring the material)- of 10, gave a birthday ipirty on her
    Oo? (wool?) father's lawn, and insisted on having
    Shopman--y, oo. (yes, of wool). Dominicus among her guests-a fa-
    Shopman---y, oo (yall woo) mous day. for Dominicus, lu which he
    Custopmaner-Ay,' ae oo? (all same wool?) saw his ,pri'n ss in all the glory of her
    Customer- eoo? bestt white t .,,., N vith her la,rcriwp-
    Shopman-4y, a' ae oo (yes, all same ed down h..r I a._k, and h adthe rapture
    wool).-Londn Telegraph. of eating ce'amn tarts in her company!
    Colanmsa Brought Cards. But there wnas yet a prouder day In
    Christopher Columbus introduced which Dominicus was permitted to re-
    cards into Aberica in 1492. On t" turn this social attention and was al.
    quarter deck of the Santa Maria he lowed to invite Bertha and three other
    used to play (he stately game of t-m friends to the snowy kitchen of his
    bre, a favorite among princes, nobles home back f the garden, where the
    and courtiers, with its Spanish name, mother of Bominicus sang s
    e bom r mani the ongs to thenij- e tey could
    ceL uomlrspd. i'a,. l the SpanishOctn -nrqtah.land fed tlm with
    an d lzcio ia cr^u er aril grape juice. Bentha
    aoratasto, rey and codlla. -r thought she hb ever seen any room
    e--r g so charming as this kitchen, with its
    "Fre() aI nopa er ca ke IOU -*. racks of blue plates; Its shining pans
    be slek!'!' : l. and its illuminated mottoes upon ,the
    "Well, 4 eedn't to care. wall. .
    There's haltf j-med'line ler' from las' Bertha was not more than 12 when
    tweI"-ChS geeoord. 'she was sent to a private sebooi. and
    S.-. as the years went by she tw peotopl of
    c The quite a different sort from -l'.nialiLus
    D otor isthe Other ? and his father and moth,.-r anil tight,
    "Doctor. ltiast. my daughter? probably, to have forgotten all about
    "Before I-qswer that qu(estio let them. But It Is an undeniable fact,
    me ank if lu aeve reason to think though it may have shown some evi-
    she a had ave disappointment of dences of vulgarity in her nature, that
    any LiudY "' all the years that she was occupied
    "I i.iiW . e lias not. with other matters, such as boarding
    "Th.n, innm. yoir laughter as school and summer resorts and "com-
    the rip.-icago iune. Ing out" and the gayetles of a winter
    In the city, she remembered that curi-
    Gratitude ; a nIce toich of beauty ous kitchen and the people who lived
    adilJait nq~ all to the countenance. In it and wondered where they had
    geitg 'sseo Linauty.' an angelic jone, for it had happened that one an-
    love'liuc-s to '-b-faracter. tumn, after returning from ln the sea-
    The ralnio 15 all right In its way, shore, Bertha had discovered that the
    but wheu a w getb wet rin a storm house back of the garden was empty.
    it's cr,li, c0,oolation to him.-Atlanta -it had been a sad moment for her. She
    Constitutiono0 had felt the tears come to her eyes as
    S- she looked at the untidy piece of"
    W A NTp.-,iiAilv: s at ,,oVo cr V"- ground where the exquisitely kept gar-
    . n-tecr 'i l.Jlim. cl'.-:el in Floridai for den of Jacob Van Brunt had been, and
    oll]1 C-'til.lidlh i tr tul'luritn rli olesale the windows from which the round
    i,'-np. s i.',1 ', Sure r-n. Honesgv face of her friend had often smiled at
    i.reC thin -vlrrTeie repitr-.l. Our ref- her repulsed her now with their bare-
    Prtni e. annv 'la .in" ,N Enclose ness.
    -rl'-rnldJr fii',r-tl'. t di-.oor, 334 li.,arborn St., Bertha had a notion to go abroad, and,
    s.'hi"argo,, li l. J._: .A avl.a the. conusciousless of her certif-


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    the spiri t-Ir icLt.ii .', r| i''. ', ". f ji"
    had unliuitniii.l.. l!', ,. i ,..r 'i 1 i. In
    discretion. But thnr'e wa.s no annoy-
    ance In the face of the ehler Miss Man-
    derson, and the hbstess felt at liberty
    to permit the two young people to go
    down to dinner together.
    The conversation at dinner would not
    be particularly interesting to recount.
    But Bertha remembered every word of
    It. Perhaps Domuinicus Van Brunt did
    too-but it has been impossible to se-
    cure his confidence. It is a certain
    thing, however, that the next day a
    basket came for the young American
    lady containing a dozen yellow toma-
    toes, dropped like eggs in a nest of
    white daisies. Which was, surely, a
    curious gift!
    Now it is undeniable that Bertha
    Manderson found Amsterdam interest-
    ing, yet for some reason best under-
    stood by her sex slih remained in it but
    i short time, hastening away to other
    points of interest. It is also certain
    that about the time of her departure a
    young landscape gardener ran to yews
    and weeping willows in his designs
    and accepted with alacrity the oppor-
    tunity of designing a cemetery for
    some new American town. But he re-
    covered from his gloom when there
    reached him from the shores of the
    Baltic a trinket fashioned of lucent
    amber, shaped like a yellow tomato.
    It occurred to him that he ought also
    to visit the storied beaches of the Bal-
    tic., and he did so with,,ut an hour's
    unnecessary dela.s.
    And the conn,-quence was, as the
    children say whenn lty play the old
    game. that when Mi's Bertha Mander-
    son rn turned to .Ani-rlica sho e re fur
    an engagemnt r a toat_'p

    Expansfi A. In'*I kon. |
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    Johany--Yes, ma'am.
    Mother-Did she Invite you to call
    again?
    Johnny-Yes, and she told us to bring
    you and papa and Susie and Itm dug
    next time.--Harlem Life.


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    i'osscss ye, threifo.`e, .c who, bore about aunt anid an elderly senUind ,!oufin.
    nl chariots an'l sa'uns, know no fatiuS Withl tihS d bilie t'' CIl'Oti 'O'"' ti' was
    But that of idleness and (aste no scenes allowed to do ;alb.ost a;.,thUin he
    But sucli a art contrives, possess ye still o
    Your element; there only canll ye shine, )leased.
    There only minds like yours can do no harm. A..t len'ti: they reathned A.\nsti'dam,
    Our groves were planted to console at noon *mai.iLg hleaw, ii.. terS for t lt.J.selves
    The pensive wanderer in their shades. At eve r p togout ry
    The moonbeam, sliding softly in between liere nnd planning to go upon airny
    Thni ,.. i!...! leaves, is all the light they wish, ['xcursiolns throi!r'l the country. It
    Bird. a. i lin r all the music. We can spare -was natural elol. .*h that, having a 16-'
    The splendor of your lamps; they but eellt" al habitatk.P tle-5 Should ilke some
    Our softer satellitd.-Your songs confound .t should
    Our harmonious notes. The thrush departs, friends in the city, and SO it came
    Scared, and the offendedd nightingale is mute., bolit that before they had been there
    There Is a public inishief i. your mirth; long they were Invited to dinner by an
    It plagues your county. Fl nuch as Asmerican lady, Mrs. Truax, w us-
    Craced with a sword and vwrc,'ornr of a fan lady, Mis. Truax,,
    Has made, which enemies could ne'er have done, band was engaged in some mercantile
    Our arch of empire, steadfast but for you, enterprise there.
    A mutilated structure son to full. The Truax house was cosmopolitan,
    illiam pr in "Th T one, and at It the habitne expected tol
    meet all manner of celebrities and hu-1
    > < The yero ToMao the prospect, whirled off, accompanied
    Sby her decorous relatives, arrayed for,
    Ithe occasion In the most unbecoming,
    Sof their best silks.
    SAnd How They Gae Shape to an" "What dear old frumps they are,"
    S o Engagement Ring. t Bertha commented to herself. "I think
    S. @ the Amsterdam ladies will Ilke, them.'
    +++:+3+<*'~* +'- They just suit this l.;i-, k:,n jindi."
    When Dominicus Van Brunt first They seemed to, in'.--.1I and got'ont,
    went to thle public school in his adopt- better than ,'ilrba, wh,..ze youth con-.
    ed country, he had the felicity of sit- demned her to a s't,-.rnlinate place.
    llug i.(p..-il e a R'l!,, *-ijI with f'reir es This VvWi ut n t a I wtas'In .America,
    and Iii- r *.. It-r nmiin: ...- B.-rtha Bertia r-lh i.tn i nil. I ..*rinitierl herself
    M\Irj. i, '%11,'i 1h wu- au ,litii:uli niuame to lniilnl.he In a miiin ut of riomeslck-
    fi7r I ,.,hi,,,i, .r r ,- .-.. t It ai.a s :Ie :i( a l.| r. h r glowing,
    s I l,.'t ait.stll I '-.I f,.r Ilk 7 t, rT '?, .... ,- e- Jlnno. tl, ld l.I ti l itilihle aged'
    bhnr Ili. d!in,. itlilh L'Arl ,. i ., fn.t' --'F-.. 'i '1''l l ,Ii 'W.i i..iM- llnnhnir r,.spectn'n
    o n- 1, T ir I i .i 1 ; I lt I l l t i O t h te r Li r n l r II -i . 1 ^ 1 .
    nind tied uponi the shoulders with large, other guest," Mrs. Truax said. "I wish-
    airy looking hbows, and the ends of her ed to present to your niece, Miss Man-
    sni,,..h i.r Is were tied with ribbons derson," she said, addressing Bertha's
    m,,w if.. c.,I ,r of the violet and now the aunt, "a young mania who Is half an
    .ol.r 'fr tr. rose. American. Ah, there Is the bell now!"
    Dinu.ul .:. said to himself *hat in The man at the door announced a
    Aiit irdlali lie n d never known any moment later:
    ; iltt, 'l 1.-1 -eckled and so Jear. "Herr Van Brunt."
    "I wish she would look at me," Bertha turned with an anticipation
    thought little Domninf:es Vau Brunt. which she endeavored to subdue. It
    But he thought It in Dutch, although was not likely that the son of a garden-
    whenh e spoke aloud he nmanalged to er would be at the home of Mrs. Truax.
    make himself understood in English. But In the young man who entered
    It must be conflssed that little Amerl- Bertha saw with unmistakable recog-
    can children aec tuo) egotizi;cal to lbe nftion the amiable;'soft eyes, the round
    polite. Thinking as they do that they face and high brow and quiet, kindly
    are molded on the rig':t pailttIrn,l. t.ey manners of her old friend, borne with
    are Inelined to regard all children dif- the assurance and ease that come of
    fering from thri nas cre iosities. They self confidence.
    considered the round fa 'l Diutelh boy, The hostess managed to whisper to
    with his shy ways and deferential Bertha's aunt, and of course Bertha
    manner to the teacher, a strange little overheard:
    fish indeed. And no one In all the "This young man has distinguished
    school was more amused than the dain- himself in landscape gardening. He
    ty Berthn. who looked at him covertly has just laid out a plarl for Prince
    out of her gray blue eyes. However, Zagenwell and is much thought of both
    she did not laugh at him. So Domini- In Holland and Germany. I hear that
    cus, who did not know that she was the Duke of York is likely to send for
    amused and who perceived enly her as- him for his new place in Scotland."
    pect of gravity. !'.... 1i her k!ndor Domtinlcus 'an Ihrunt saluted his
    than the rest and was girntr'f'l. If oriv hostess with a profound bow. How
    she would have spoken "tec him or look- well Bertha rem(uihered that quaint
    ed ait him as if she were his friend, he reverence of manner! He.was present-
    would have had nothing more to ask. ed to the guests and at last was led
    'i'e (.o)irl even lhm'ive been patient with up to Bertha, who suddenly felt as if
    that trribtle Lni :1hi language which she were In short frocks, with freckles
    -..- r ". l ? 1], i iv, J'li b,.ring. On her f i e : i.1 Ih :i..i- ilr. I1 : h'1l..:.
    IiH ,, i.-d .; ...l-- i ..,nir-fth g to H e t- artld a il U] I-.- 1 : I i,,. n ,i.'l1
    call tIh. .n -ii.l[.. f l, ro,' i"r ti ht-art's out hl haltiIl ii i . I .\il *.,i..,li
    Orn ri to lli.i If. ai u.ln' i n'. lie hurried way. rc,'gardlh-3s f ( ..:. ,. ....r
    l I, I,. ..hl ...'i l r ui r t in llnin te "W'ha y.V.u ;lir.- :4.'. nI I ,1 "' cr-1hd
    tl .- di .'. '- w i. ;. l i '. id l i, i] three the b... -r, "'Jt' :. i I. '.
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