Title: St. Andrews buoy
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00073857/00090
 Material Information
Title: St. Andrews buoy
Uniform Title: St. Andrews buoy
Alternate Title: Saint Andrews buoy
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Emmons & Lynch
Place of Publication: St. Andrews Fla
Publication Date: September 25, 1902
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Saint Andrews (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Washington County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Washington -- Saint Andrews
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 27 (Sept. 28, 1893).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00073857
Volume ID: VID00090
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33065309
lccn - sn 95026996
lccn - sn 95026996

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IT. S. Q'nator-lst district, S. I. M11-
lory. Peiisaicola; 2d. District, J. P.
i Taiiifero, .l:ekson ville.
R Bepresentnatlves--st District, S. M.
: Spiarkuian, Tampa; 2d District, R.
W. litvis, Pahitka.
Land Ottle-IteUisler, IV. G,. Kbin-
son; Receiver, HI. S. Chubbl, G.iiiis-
vile. ..:. ;
MrtaLn--(;tovemior. Win. K. .Tnioingi;
'erh t a(y,. rr: 4i. C rawford; T rct- ur-.r,
;. -H. W'Jiltetirl.; Attoruey G-'neral,
\V1-' *B. L itpr; Co flif "-,lhlr, A. J.
i.. 'room; Suiperintedul'ent of Pulblik In-
F *, -trefian\W.'." .S'heat-; ConmiiM'siono
S -.*..,,o ..L rictultrre, '.-E. Mi.Lii; Ad-
JttWEi .'t-ik'pral .1. I. It. o.-strr, Tal
-ta-1 "A'ba.totr, Oith Distrtet, Gtas Win..
"'.'ller. [Point Wa.shington. -
w w &lIlington County-.H lR-sentative.
." W. A-nder~n, Anderson; County
S Judge, J, I Wells; Clerk of Court,
County Clerk, Recorder of Deeds, W.
C. Lockey; Sheriff, J. A. MeKeitheu;
T9x Collector, Ievi Yates; Treasurer,
J. G. Parish; Tax Assessor, Flrank
tuss; Cotunty Supiriinteudent, L. L.
'Pratt. Verno"- ,'irveyor, P. L. Hurm,
Orange illr m!- Coniiiouer-,
J. J. Williams, Chipley; I-r. -V. E.
Cole-nman, Veruou; J. W. Gainer, Eecon-
fina; D. Anderson, Point Washltg-
ton; W. I. Singletary, lMllville.
St. Andrews-Justice of the Peace,
John Sturrock; Notaries, W. A. Em-
niuis, W. H. Bartell; Deputy Clerk
Circuit Court, W. A. Emmons;
Schioul Directors, G. W. Stirler, Sr.,
WV. 11. Bartell, II. E. Doxtaider; Post
Smastier I. M. Ware.
Harrison-Postimistress, Mrs. M. R.

MIlville --Postmanster. P. Tomiosllo;
Notary Public, ,IHl Fr:itier.
tarker-Postmnastur. Marlin G. Post;
Nob ry Pi'ullie, W. H. Piarke!.
J, ijts',i'g- P to'.ta-.':ivr N. WV. Vitts'.
Andlerson-- ostmasti'r, . Atder-

t:ay Postinistres, Mrs. R. Gay.
Totmplikins-Pi-stm;'i-ster, Elmery Tolmp-

BraliP.l,-Poostmaster, O. C. Tompkius.
Cook--- postmaster, J. J. Fowler.
1"tappo--.Posminsitress. hMrs. Dyer.
W'-st Bay- Postmasthr, 1'. N. Hlutlcin-

Calltoun County (.romnuoi,)-PIostm.as
St-.r, Fraik W. Rshlln-.
F*Atdale-Potmanster, W\V. F. VOow
T11e northern malls, via, Anter.s
GayV, BaLy lleaid and Chijiley tie
every day except Sunday at
--tq Sunday at 7:15 p. hi.
uErst iin.il for: Harristn, Mill
Si-err PittsbUrg
VA ni
rA l ro t

Baptist-Q(urch Wyom
ing Park St. Services
:313I p. m. C race it.
Prayer meetings e try
8 p. m. Sunday SchoVery
ait 10I a. m. Rev. S. L. Loudr lk,
M,-tnod.1it Episcopal-Church .%WlAs.
ington Ave. and Church St. .W.my
school 3 p. in. every Sunday. 1tev. C.
L. Leounard, patisor.
Presbyterlan--CUhurch corner LpIe",--
Ave. and Drai:c'-$Ufld school
at 9:30 a. n.. every Sunday, .JoIul

Calholic-ChIurcl corner Wy,;,uiui
.. re. and Foster St.


l-iputy irn uit Court Clerk and Notary
ui'ullic for the Slate at L.-rge; lias
jurisdiction to adminlster o.itls, i.lke
S affillavits, lI-ga liz1 nacklowledig-
Dic-nts. etc., anywh,re In Florida.
SpeinI attention given to I tid cou-
V3Linres and uinlrringe cereli)muy ier
f.rined for lawfully uiialitied parties.
Onito iat the Buoy Utilice, St. Andrew.,

Notary P'ublic, St. Andrews Bay. Fla.
Havlmg bad eight years' experience in
executing Quarterly Pension Vouch-
ers for old soldiers and soldiers wid-
ows, also, papers for increased Peul
sioDs, I am now prepared to attend
S to aUll business promptly that may re-
quire the services of a Notary.

Physician and Druggist, Commerce St.,
east of Bayview, offers his profes-
sional services to the citizens of St.
Andrews aind vicinity. liesideuce on
Buena Vista avenue.

1 DR. J. J. KIEST'ER,.
r'i Homoeopathic Physician and Accou
cheur. Office Pioneer Drug .Store,
* --

Notary Public for the State of Flor-
Jda at Large. OffIce at Parker,
" C"*"onwvtpyanciug and payment o-*!f |
for uon-reidiit -v. u-t-s



East Bay Half a Mile West of
Martin's Bridge.
At St. Aindrew Every MiItutrday,
at 1irs.C. Welli.

For Sale!
We offer for sale a s'rip from the south
"ide 4) the no101 hi.lf ol Ihe 1i0o hwest
iit.a.ter of seeiion 10. lownsip -1, soulh,
In g- 14, I .I t, i ininiiiig Iruno i liue ..clioul
hout-e to VWililin liy tlu adjoining Mill-
l ile oi the io lth. % ill lie ,ld in aere
oi hal.f'-.acre lot. The price asked will
be according to location.

Foley's Honey and Tar
cures colds, prevents pneumoula.

Ohec )Olhlir a Year in .~ldvani e.

!' It 0) I1' E T O 1 -
'r. w

Dki~llfy Rd./ rautesk 50c. per jh-ichper1

Conitlit on ek~tic. a.Ujcct. 10o alpecial

LcaWl IYk ift 1'" -W line, 1i11.1t. iUsi.'r-
ttion,2je cich uenet. Disj'Ia


Aiti S iliell
For Cclul2-re-.mman Thir-d Diet -let.
W,. 13. Liamar-.

HI. 4 'Iy ('iawbird.
Foi .1 ikticim:~ f the c kiii.fl1C oivl I
W '. A. *I-Iockor.
For tailu-oad C'ommink5otter;'

Jeffi:,veto B Bromm no

COlT 'Try

Ton 'at ts.

For Tax Assessor

Tor T 'ax Colleetor'.
Jubn R. hioumpson.
For Co. Cminmiiii.Auiont
JauntiIS I24. honeo
A. L H.,rrel.
John W X. Gaiu'lm'.
WV 1. Siuglsmljt ;l.
lssnlMemhtmrs Schoo~l Board.-
J ohn J. Citi-ter.
U;. It Hind,.
S .J G(initr.

. I t, ,l [,'l,1 t1
li, il ]dinown, I y
Beiri h .h-rt" I
S -GENEli.
\lill IntF h.,i. I nL

N,'m Y,.ik '1 irC.: I'i- !..ni ir.,s- ;.Ic .stai a-, a gd c in ing Ihicir
.l,,I' Btrengthi wih the American ships, ',,ay a st'aItea'iii .1 alating
ii'iitle qe-t- upon their belief in his d(iown the Hudlson river t' I'Eurone is

ohtirage u id straightforward honesty.
How c.i li he hope to maintain his
reliputati.,it while going about the
iiiuiti"try jiintilgi ott the aggles. inii s
nad abuses of the trusts, but recoil
inondiiig as a safegu ard again.-t
rhi iii, nlt tihe removal of tariff duties,
thliiclh \\m uil at once put a stop toh
their cxiultioiin, but a constitutional

.tiineii-nlent, which witi tihe utmost
ailLedilti.,in pi-ible in such matters
could nut lbe ratlifi-h in less than five
yai-.L'? Threoo-quarters of the capi-
al iin aV le1 in the itriu ts id uiinder
tariff piltection. If that Capial is
being employed in the perpetratiol
of abuses pointed out by the presi-
dent, whly does lie not live tip to his
ioleit.t ion for fearless courage by
deniandingi that the protection be re-


The Test Betwveen a Sallor and
a Landlubber.
lhas who live iin seapott towns
aieu ometiei asked to "box the
conii,;si..." If they can do it quickly
and aci..iiit'ly they arc fine sailors
and may grow up to be the captain of
4 four-miaster., If they miss a point
or can ouly do it slowly they are
landliubl'iws and %ill never seoo blue
watt.r. Tu box the compass means to
name all the points in order. justt as
last as you ca:n spcak. rhi iss ithe
way an t,l'l down east skipper %ill
rattle it ,l1: N,'.,ri h.i by oast. im r'-
Scast by noithi, nithi-
0ame t, eas -ir'-eam ,

tit, eil.i, east Iy sau ih,
t o i mB t, soli'ca-t bly tb.ym l, tllt'.
S cast, so 'rmiiAt by soi utli, mn'-- u'-
S e pasi, slou' by enat, Ilontih, -, I,'y wesl,
S c- soun' i'-wes im't by Souith
ci't 40 6by west, wvst-
Ith, w% st, m--tI

l,1AIhurIl 1A

guided by the pilot alI hle uses ithe
buoys, betacjil ami loller gllile marks
to steerI lthe eiip diwnmmi ll)boay. (i(ff
Sandy Hook ho give the i.hip to the
captain, lho in tiines i" ilrelmsniman
to steer niolthiiast bi. cast mast by
rorth, .1 whliatevur C t0 'e be!ucts,
and tlhe :nt'l:iiiain. m' ,aedling iie
compass, Letps lthe i ip .healled in
that directioni.-Dillas. Nmwv.

A l''lower 11 t~ it iuiaH r.
()no ne g d lis.ciirJAi'd (t.l-tnmi ie he-
ing ,l',ronu lit into f.Ivi rr-l'hat .,t ear-
ii.g a flower ili the yii-. Ilat wo.-
nion realized fo wt all n exienti tlie
pretty custom wawS admired and even
glvved by the niajority of the opposite
sex it neyer would have fraternized
with lIt' spinning wheel, the bn ue
lishes and tihe lace mnits in the dim
and cubtm ebbed garret of tl-inig s past.
To mali, and that man a sweet-
heart, the little art, for such it is, oh
putting s flitvwer in the hair is a sig-
nal to all of the .*i*iia- ij iv. sentiment
within him. If yu '1 unlit this look
to the voicings of tihq i.. it. ''Theie
youl will find hi,-lingii;;'I..y and run-
riot as roses ,in tin 'l11 wall suich
phrases as '*a blossom 'i her tress-
es," '"a flower to t'beil' tile il her
hair," and "that rose ab ve her car
wa lily undoing. -
WVhether the hlairi be black or
brown, red or gold, tho charm of
priiino a l fcii.nin iuity i lelinii-i tlhe

t o Ey Gc7 Geer ?ve w "

SC'ipyrlhit, 1901,l-.v A .S. iehi' >-,a

S ir-Amok, r~~

! :.r4 i t


it%. 1 )1.I

ltof t1. oF rid
7it~v ict I u t IU'.ec inal11
FP r "r.ti. Jt?;< ->-_ ,r- r .
'For T.ix tlcl c D- i, ,
l' .r ('.nl ,, Tna i r.
[ I.I liv'I t 'i, .i.I y i.'"n-iii e -ii .i r .
Fur llilt ',? siln-iminit' of Irh- C( llilh anit
-'F of Pl i lic Ii,-i rui l .tic 1- [d
Ft,.'uslic ot the I ace in allf
fillohiim c Justice Di' l t-. \ i-
No. 1, No. 4, N ti, No. i, .
No. 1:. No 14, No. 15.
,%r ', 'mo .,-hile- ili and l .for the 'follow 1i1g
.u6 ,l e i e -tiir.I-, v'iz: -:
No I. N.,. 1, No. 3, No. 4, N-J. 5,
No. li N... 1 No. 9. No. IU2, No. 13,
The atlleliti.tin 'It IIhe Sheriffs is c,:all,-d
to ilie law requiring tienm to cause a no-
lice ofl aid tih tlioi. to I I ullilhedl in a
ti"e '1ianp' ll i ihittdil lltch Comil v. if thero
Iho a iipap r ii. ti e l tl'u liv, itl there be no
iltr .iilii-h .i iii illi.- ('ouiilnty they shall
'.1iise' it Ica-lt live coI'i,, of llihi notice to
lit. p.j-_ed inll %he u IJ jpu ilic place: itl:
i In ',ii ir ly.
Ii lTL liionly W hlerfit I hiavi' here-
unto .-et niv li.jinl and fttixed
[i..s.] thie Girit Seal of thie stato of
Fl4iirila. at Tallahiissce. tlhe
Caliijial, Ihi the tirst d;,\ of
Seltutlnilir. i. 1 19n2.
Secretary of State.
To. J-. A. McK.LITUi ', b'hriff Washing.-
ton 4'ouuty,.

WVhei All Signs i'aliled.
Two mall hands with nonchalance
Are pulling aparta daisy white;
Leaying my fate to the merest chance,
Counting my heart with eyes that
While I protest with sullen might.
When a man has loyed with proven
Shall his love be judged by the build of

If yo-_t. to ie weeds of a vacant
Whenever a ro use of hair

Still lcs~a f pleading woid
To youI u
You unted out, l, fair wuzer tei-

Since ys," t Hll I e love y not,"
My 4nust g- unheard.

ThOr does thi use of the al ightI've

The daiy is; know you'-e min."
Still is ofreal; pleading arwordest,
TO "seC Nk lotl CU .1so (.debonair
Sighs prool enough that you do notcare.
I hear her ,.igh with mock regret,
hA from her hanrthe petals fallrmer,
Am v counted out, Ioh, fair Suzett
Donc the tally toll I love you Yet?
Or does this end it all?1
-lays gay Suzotto, with eyes that shine:
"The dai-y lies; I know you're minu."
--New YorkP1 rss.

"Life is real; life is earnest/,
Sighs the p)vtiei t summer girl,r
Wh&! sht, retltches fr a' farmer,
IaviL; Iii -tl ,lukef' e"Lal'l.

n .. m. t v inlc'

magnetized nteed intl i'ritighi a small
ol k. Place the c ik in a bowl ,i,
water, taking lpains l I see ih.A tlhe
cork, mm hen it tlaiiatr oil the water, \mill
cairy the ne..dlle in a horizontal po-
sition or "oin an oven keel." Anoth-
er way is to cut about three inches
, iWt.a hollow straw, (such as is used

-to -,uck lemonade), aud to push tilhe
needle itnstile-the straw. The straw
will float and carry tha n.eldio. Now
observe \iha.t 'Iiall-in. The floating
n,:celle will slowly swing around till
it points north and soiutih. The
straw will behave in the santo way.
Pulsh it in any other direction an.1]
the liitniielit it is free it swings back
At the opticians you can buy a
small p,.cket compniass. This is more
convenient than tlie floating needle
and will give Ia all tile points of the
compass and enable us to decide at
any time which is north. This
would be very handy if we were
caught iin the fog when boating or
were lost in the woods while camp-
ing. On some railroads in Switzer-
lawl the trains travel thronigh circu-
lar tunnels, entering a miountain at
one place traveling up a spiral tun-
uel ind coming out mniuch higher nup
the niountaiii. Tiaveler-. ptashing
through the splial itunalel sointiime
aniitln.,' ti-".slvo by watching a com-,
,~' Tlhey cantinot tull in the dark
whichli way the Itanil is going; but
thle ineo lo of the couipass always
Sitoi-lling tu llie noitlih, will appear to
swing coii letely lon lld. It 'is the
trait Iliat tinrnsid ound ad not the
We do not know who lii.-t observ-
thlie fact that a eating nmiagntized
inecel-c mill point to the north. Nor
dIo we know precisely when or where
s niie unknown. inventor used this
idea to make a compass. All we
know is that the lChinese made and
ilsed cotlpassoe more thnn 2,000
years ago.
When men began. perhaps 10,000
years ago, to sail upon the water,
they used marks upiik the ashore to
guide them on their way. Long
years after they observed that a cor-
tain star kept at all times the same
I place il the sky, and they used this

t h". Ii

as' .itd of mu y 1 '' p '- I i

ai, Ntgl f : co ty1"..t.-- 1.4 (I : .,.

,mid fictionala 'l i ., '.. I'' "the
W' ""i 'i of 01 f r K.i1 ,' I "I !,- '- i" Vi '.t.
.' i ', l 1:! ', ', ; .". 1 ''

.l'Lv r- 1...i .- :ldied, n .1 til-!.- .i ,1
,':Ai i. ti J ..;u i 'i i i 'i i T i.' I i
.oso nerd of theany p tro trl ii' -v lrd ii
San it cotl county oi. tofl. d'y.nan,
It was 9 o'clock when tie "larm was
sounded. It was iv,,]j.l; ,i',,ru- tmullh
;nd fiction had ,..,!: -! V l : .d the
wotrime of Cimarro', kr'iv t!,., wo'!'.,
Every abhebodied, ,l,'1,,=: nl,!.' i:ma; in
!he mnouintaili tow:: l..i,! 'er'vh -', orn in
"ithpr as a moe ,li" r ..,' ... lierBT' 'S
posse or of the patient hib gardtdf
the town.
On a cot In his ofilee lay IIeynman,
the county jailer. He ,n. encirch-d
by stern faced amen. A. tioirv" public
W ,as takimig his last -ht:itr' .:' 1i.t'. ..i
forth that Randall W- N f-I, .J...- IHoday,
Manual Saincihe and r;lip M-.1onica
had choked and g:t.,gg;l Ihiln whilh
making their ..-, ... Sn
Miguel county j'ail. I int--r. It Ill- cor-
oner's inquest, the aitth-i,.l it ph31b'-i r'
testified that had Ifh- hvI:ii been iii
or-l.uiwry bi.-.lith the f rn'-as with the
desperadoes would inot have pr*,,*,i
fatal, but the poor fr-lowva was a
lungerr" who had ,cimmn to Colorado
for his health. The pa; h:iiid caused a
hoimorrh-lg. .
The fugitives had bht-il sentenced
for sIx months or l.-ss on petty -charges,
and public opinion laid the exploit at
the door of Wolfe, handsome, d:ir.--d-1ll
Randall Wolfe, who had drnoilp"1 into
Cimarron from no onel know where,
with plenty of money ami a ftonlimess
for shooting at lamps in -.A-t.,i- win-
dows. Soon after his arrival ie had(
un!rried oi '- of- tihe l~ i,.t beautiful
Moxeinn glrtin t14l-tinity. and they
h::,l (.tlh',l I --.W lli t" !l -i; l ',, lihat hbo-
hoernIai i ii i e;p.wiina lrl i picturesFque
cabin a'U:.i:.-t: l,. rfr r willows. All
this hnd lutpponed months before
Wolfe had shot the l;air,. in '.rown',s
drugstore, thereby st irilin i a colnfla;gra-
tion and landing in jiil. And now
Conchita, she of tliej-rat wistful eyes
and the lithe, grin-vtufil tigurir, had dis-
appeared from i,,. enhtibnli nam g the
willows. Peopi- snil-I that in her hour
of disgrace she had gone liack to her
own people, who lived across the state
Two days. and three, slipped by, and
oue posse after another rode wearily
Into townu mitil on!-y Sheriff Maguire
and a few picked men hbriz desperate-
ly on the trail of the uutlaw-. These,
too. were becoming ,lish,',,rtehiil when
In the steel gray of au eurly dawn they
followed a wood lbHuler's trail to the
Devil's caldron.
A circular pit was this, its bottom
reached only by rocky paths such aif
mountain goats or fugitives alone
would tread. On one side the wallMi
dropped sheerly full fifty feet, and at
one point a clear mountain stream cut
its way through solid rock.
Maguire had ordered the horses
staked a mile back in the thick timber,
and as the mosse Ilr.-w i in-.- to the pit

.",i hil "--1, \ .J1 .. .... pil m id
tl--* '.. h -, it I| i, t.i'.l il tio :,.
* (11 in-. ., n11. I h r-i. ail. .
Si' c-i, youI'll ia:i hir i to

wl:t l ,'" \..0 -1 ,irn i 'Y. t o new t
11iiat 11 s.- i ll' rn'. 'J n wim -lil I*
m.i nt ti,,d wl' himn-4. ,roi r,, \v,a hld
I'c .-urr-l',1k1!er. ''Tu nien of the M pos a.
kept a sharp eye on the Mexicaus, who
now seemed too stunned even to pick
up their trearms. M:.iaui're kept hij-
gun trained on Wolfe as the latter
stood it nmorent in earnest conversa-
tion with Conmhlta. lie saw something
white slipped into her hands and scent-
ed trenchery, but as she pushed their
packet into the bosom of her j;~->mn Lhe
saw that it was merely a bundle of
paper or letters.
Without looking at his coinpaiol:,:
and v-itl Maguire's gun still aimed at
his heart, Wolfe led Conchita to the
narrow goat path. FShe took half a
dozen steps, thefi paused, turned and
s:tretch(ed out her arms. Eight deputkis-
Ilnlp'ir'ild their lives by closing their
Conichita s-ipraig up the path and
without looking back dashed into the
undergrowth on the summit and dis-
appeared. A second later there floated
up to Maguire Randall Wolfe's taunt-
Ing laugh. He swung round on the
cringing Mexicans.
"Fight, you cowards!" he cried and
aimed at Maguire. The fusillade was
.* l
The next day a ghastly quiet hung
over Cimarron. The coroner had rid-
den to the Devil's caldron, and four
bulletriddled bodies lay in the town's
small undertaking establishment. The
armed guards still patrolled the town.
The members of the sheriff's posse had
been spirited away to Denver, Pueblo
or (-"uion City. A dozen reporters from
city -i were on the scene. There
waSn llIk i u lf l puj)rlaing. -.
A newspaipr imlian wtho TtfllP
tallkIng with the postmaster suddenly
struck off Int the dilre -'tion of the river
and the cabin among the willows. iHe
was on the trail of a story. the true
story of Randall Wolfe. Conchita met
him at the door with eyes more wistful
than ever and a pathetic droop about
her mouth. But that mouth took on a
determined curve as the reporter talk-
ed. She shook her head.
"But," he persisted, "did Wolfe never
tell you anything about his'people in
the east? He got money from them.
didn't he? His mother wrote to him?"
Still no answer. The newspaper man
tried another tack.
"He's left you nothing, I hear. and
It isn't to be supposed that his people,
will help you," IHe drew forth his
purse. "Now, I'd be glad to help you
out if you'll answer a few questions."
The Mexican woman rose and threw
open the door.
"There Is nothing to tell -nothing."
The newspaper man -hrugged lilF
shoulders and walked out into the sun
light. lie knew the womarin lied. She
watched him through the .vellowing
willows. Then she celose'd hber drmir ari.d
<,'w::'.'d to thle it, i*.'k"'. Fr.'!.(m her

lic iinut ,ined hiq ni;nTi to halt. Then,
dropping on his haidsa and knees, he
crawled to the ed ,iof the precipice
and peered ovei. at he sav sent n
thrill of exultation along his nerves.
Near the smoldering fire lay the three
Mexicans, while on the rocky ledge,
slightly above them, lay two other fig.
urea. one cf whom-le could ;]l!y
Identify, even in the dawn's uncertain
light, as the. stalwart wV'Ife. The fifth
figure he studied carefully. lut It was
hidden by wrappluxs of giudy blanm-
kets. But Aliguire. rc:alling the siul,'n
Mexican wood hauler they iilnI I,'n'ed
far down the ravine the day hii.tne,
knew that the outlaws had been pro,
vided with food and tidings .froni lihe
outer Sorld. Thoi, tciruiiim: his a:i--.
On the zi.:Z.:1g li,.'i-i ititiln l tr -il end.!ing
within two feet of his hi.nd, the 'htr!fl
smiled grimly. His pri'ounurs \>. re
ni u iy trapped..
But the smile died suddenly. The
fifth figure, the one at Wolfe's side,
stirred rstlessIly, the red and purple
blankeiwvas tossed asid,. and a beauti-
fully carved arm wnas thrown above a
mass of raven hair. It was Conclilita!
Maguire drew back. To shoot men
down In cold blood was one tlin; ha
had done it beftir,---but she was a wo.
man, a woman who had done nothltnl
but love too well this man of a race'
not her own. The sh-rilf had *-ce-i, li,,
firearms scattered abimit tff cauiptfire.
And if' the outlaw s t'iight the girl
would be in the mid.-t of ,t.
He crept back t" h bi inen. There
was a whispered D'go'iift.'ir'p. ]Eiglt
men carefully looked over lhti|r I'iimi,
I iH !i, dropping on their ;ti.''lh-. L'.Po'V
slid tnoiselcssly to the edge of the cal-
Irwl Ianid )surroundlld it. The steel .':
light had changed to rose color % lit-in
Miaguire's voice echoed -ih irly. du\vii
the rocky walls of the pit. T'. ftugl-
tives sprang to their feet.
"Might as well come up and sur-
roder, Wolfe. We've got you stur
Xolfe threw back his haniidonse boean
miI .gi;;'*t..- iii'w,-ai, where the first
I,..ima of i'rlil:ght tinched tbhr dwarfed
,tiu.iS. llv saw c(l-ht set facets nnl
ei iht litgmn fle droplied his own wi.p-
oin, '%ml a 1itier Ian gn, aiu s1,oon% wint
fol,,-d airms, tariug strAight at Ma-
guirl. When at In. r he spoke. the
slit--iT. evonU with tl':- tlr-st ,f then
.,rnn huott-r nupii liii 'i;'l hiiiim elf
w .,n.l,.riii h..w itt \,,:,' v ,,!.l ouu.d
i!n :!'il n i er n il-.
t n.i i *' t -i -' r.-nl r. M r-m ire.'
It i, tl. i.,iill w if' C(w.u i lI
ti l,: t.1 ,ti,,oit Ileyfly':in' .ms .1
i11.1i -c u' i "' t /, *Lir' i I',

en, I oui t' i' h .a

be as gnat a wonw
---- e
'Sn" Jm. who ar:' Nou
all iu i'r- u. ~-
ular In reglird to C
They should "-@i .-to
are ,oiu fortai'ly ej
-mould ha ve -in Iis
should come wiell
not bh' laced Jtr t-nt
merino i tockings ori
sitticlent f'i-
reiaslln of t
become dam'iuj t
leitlir ihas aboiIrli.
a chanmi- to I, e tn-me
ss]nd s .'o'<

is wise for
both sloclkiugi

The Inrdworli!lni l'niruiner.
"I l t lo t lili1k thIt fill,- t rinlr S
were overworked until I. went to their.
county fair."
"A.nd what did you see there?"
Th-.\ ihand chairs eoeivs-l with old
postage stamps and luce crosses unt
out of perfrieilt'd cardriIuardl., uil onh'e
woman had a quit with ..1"-i-fpfre.,' in
It Needn't tell me people I;ke that i'r.
overworked t unlui s is froig i.l.m;4c.'.'
-Wasbingtou Times.
Carlyle'. View of Apronn.
Carlyle in his "Sartor R-snrimus" was.
able to llud a. deep lilohtlophy in .iip-'inn
"Aprons are deft nscs against Injury
to cleta lilnoss, t i u t'fety, to iudt.sty.
sometiilils to roguery. From the ilhi
slil of niAtclied ilk (as it wlere, the em-
II.l in i ,in i titled ghlost of an apron)
i Ici e fiiine high 'st lir-il lihon.ewifl',? hliat
t Lr,;.. I:l;y fien o "u**-Lo t. 1 t, lhik
tati.n'-.l Id. f ril i it.rrt uiil hitm w ith
ilh...i.- .. Sihb-rt in ti .- Li uild,-r l.uild.- iitu
it i svile ..to.ii w,r tu tliose
S ,'i-.T ..1, m 's se l is Ar.'hin
o .m Ir m .i'a .lfe Vulenns
,,. ,, t i 1 il il. ,' flu r-
1rrtlo. iv Ili.'lt I1,I e
.li .! i ll11d ULi 'S4 (ii" 1I [ IJ
lind V-r .
"W .il liin' that l o
I J::t do*' l w itilt i
t!.' .on spe h rr. tliii1
;rl w: ,i l .Ii overw:. nv u"
om itn :,nd iher dh ingit-
lot fi'- er than t' ',.nt.
i\t Ilast th,
.ill 1rouJl

.1 halH

for tIohe
lar and <
she talked
waist, the l
bursting wit
yards of lace, o
sertlon," she w
trimming. "Putr
Now let's go. We c
o.ntly like that teo

,' v', "'" ibI. y? "- *-w 1',-Wl B

e w Y o r 7 W

Used for *Pneumonia.
l-r. I(". Bi.'hop. f A Mnewv, Mich.,
%:t'.I. "I ave uc.l F'ol.'-y'. Honey and
'Itr in thre.- viv. \.'m\rc cases of pneu-
miiIria will gmood re iults in every case.'
[t'fl-. -rl>tistlitul-'s. For sale by B. V.
Brock, St. An1drew I ik.
('haxtn;- Iht FPox.
A fox har-d1 prr,.ssi by tii(. WaM-'ik.
shire houlnds, n ] rigla id. dashed into
a lick kitchen at Nailr-y Hall, the seat
t>f the Marquis of lHertford, where a
woman was war-.ing clothes. Seeking
: phlact -of encnt-amient, the unitual
spring uon the furnace and dived Into
the ajwost boiling soapsuds, from
which, however, he was quickly out
again and was then eaptured.-London
T'iegra Ilh.


Tir otoak keep the old
.LO1-T" -.d standing through
the ycars. It pays to use the
riLf stuff.






bosom site drew ia t l;. ;Not of lI'tters. l lrlln.- nr r *.a --.
Among then was the photograph of a We find thie following nue orlo t hi a
womau with white hair. ThiRe she Naples filiper: 'At ti pOitritfll'e ye-
li1.ll on the coals nrnd watched them terdaiy. 4nidl the large crowd gathered
liuri. Theni she !prniilt.to her feet I the window-. was a young Eng-
and tore from the wall a upikture of bir idy. hntidsoniie. well dressed and
dead huisl.anl. With iull y y he sh r la-ird by her maid. The young
studied each crude line. ttIw PJuFt purchased some Btanmps
plhLotogmrnl>h passion ly and wi a a a'.9abr.t to tllUx them to a nuain.
sob, laidl that, too. on tiiu grit-edy coals. of letters which she held i dlM F'
"Ah." she s-.l~41d us the :lm ba,. licktd hitL Dfilicrntel3 ivarhig off a stamp,
and cnrlt-d the hlincl.ene-id pastetvd aile sbatl to her luuid, 'Pulk'(slc) out
"1iini caira. I have kpt-ii my wo yotur tongue.' And the mtid, with tinl-
Har< all I could do, aud they, s ie lish Iupassivity, thrust forth beit
knoiu! :" tongut-, while the nmistreoss passed over
Theu. with her bandwls It a postage stiip, which sheB
her hut,-S., -the crochc I Itv .t(l:(, on a letter. 81ltw t --t
the dylvug i ivrs. n;-Ilii,,, te entirer e package of letters,
\' ail for e'ach one the obedient waiting
A Flionneninl Prn 'ti'. mriil thrust out her tongue for the
ITM-r' Is n problem In tlimu- n-- l stress to moisten the stamp. Curl-
wk sUibmit to tMore of otir rc lnuers th- English peIple(
are always Inclinhed for ati!" -
oi the morlhi'hey q eem'stiwone:
A luaikI--r ai entering "home saW a Thle Canon and the Lawyer.
five iipounid note hying on the r.-,rhstone. The point of the following story Ile*
Of course he l phlked It up and took thbe In tlhe hiportanTit4"art which the threel
m r In rd to fn the penny, bitt plays In church collections
nutier In ordto h wif reItmarked that In Enigland. (Canon Blank was having
the lut,-ichr hl:id ]ent in a bill for meat a friendly game of pool at the squlre'*,
amounting to 5. The, only nioney he gind one of his opponent" was Wigaby.
h'ad1 with him wtts the moniey lie hdl the barrister. The canon lost a '"life
fund, which hle gave her, and shb paid al(nd took from his pocket a threepenny
tie but-hi r.- *-Thie 1,utvehpr p,.id its to piece to pny for It. which he placed ol
a felrrumr for a catlf, and ptbfarid lt-othe edge of the table.
r fr fandthfuer "Oh," said Wgsby see, cano
paid it to the merchant, who Iin turn 11," aid V'by,"IB o .
P:6 Ittotlt t- w i aund sheyou bave had your finger in the plate'l"
Sit to the banker a woa.t o wend The canon drew himself up to his full
~w aitr t T height, a good six feet, and, looking
to the I.a:iker an, p>aid her note. The the man of the law full in the face,
ba I..r ri-(-1andd thenote upe thethna said, "I'm surprised that you. Mr.
he i,-d ,isttl aend whlch up to that Wigsby, In the presence of this rt-
tm.. hii sectti'ed 2r of dbt On dn spectatble company. have the studacity
nm' t..r".,l coisidi,.ritlon, ho- found to recognize your own paltry contribu-
tih- iOti ct( ilamterfu.it. lo i"
N-'. w-ill suome of our financial
friri. s ti-l tis whIat haLn gueelit lu t In Intoltimi nnd Nerounleft.-
thi: -- 4 ou tsTiml a'i b'ly whom, if any- There oili t be. lo douibt thilt .i01nl,
l,- ..-Lound in Tt I,,L!iL. p ersonn uir fromin ItW.ornta wmah
.I gIn, or atk least its pirinel
nl-fnme 'te e r. thiir own.norvous
-, i ,.,i a d I- -
wh i-n I.-d Ilia
the tnis;', i'e tf
Inn n Ih, -,'al. i i; i
Clnw. '1", h i f rl
tht -nhl ,i tll l it
h, e it f..r' a dw

lie so. In itW i're
lall,i lrig?,, .--.ni
Iavirings and I'jctm-u
Rni-U [ Of" 'l' atiOc t
-til us ffeuti' uis no-
inie 1r


If -9


-pRed lHoskin's ad. Iast colunln this 1;. ,
lg --For Stalte--Full Blooded Buff ( ohin Ernl
Fowls. Apply at this oflice.e ing
-11 you want gootd bread, try that .,,l
Elite I lour at J. I. Thompson's p'o.
-Kalamazoo Celery Comprnid-the st"
best blood Purifier Cures rheuma- tie.
tiem. At the Pioneer Drug Store. bit
-**** --New Fall f ats for ladies in all the hid,
NoTs.-It mu l heierenteintlered that the latest styles just received at Rock- slub
wind -i not a wholly relishle titI pon- stead's Now Idea and Millitery store in er,.t
pr and if the sailors iomtlimes find it im-_ e e
possibleto make schedule tin'c i ntIT,u Lhe Wo~t End.
skargcdtothe elements; tie do the best -A Ltood bi,. Talilet for 8 0ct and a
Ikey cal "l- gox)d tMick school tabletwith 175leaves Tf
for l ats; all with handsome covers and thai
--Thstea0-r 11or 1 ood u paper, at the BuyeOY olice. e
bjle Mo y iaoO -ur a badi taste in the mouth take the
M,,bilonMondaye the

1.eilce to Apl'laehicola ala rra-
belle. ,
T he schr. C le ;tlatra : i-' i
Penuiacola. We'linesday eveiiiu g, R
I ',th nit "

I, J l i --_ ll
PACKT i'SOWk -..
WM. HoLM.s, 1- '3- .
AlMakes regular trips .let t-i St. A -
drews Bay anald !.eniaioli;. 1
fad strictly vo freight aniu
work and loil' i5i iiess l sol ititd
ti trl ittenlillii %6|I ),e given to rt-cei iig
and forwardiiig frtiight lur dll p'tiit'.
For further paNrie-lurs apply to
N. WV. l'iTT'lS, Oh iir, Pittahui,, Fl;.

H . IWALTNEY, I.1,1,.t
i,.ases St. Andrews lUly eveti '1mi 'nl il I
leaver Peniiiavi'lii every Friday
wcalther pe'lliillilig).i Special attiIr-
r tion will le given to iceeivintg nid
o- rewarding freight for iarl ies lit ing on.
Easit and North Bay, i'anisengera for
points onl either iarll of thlee Iti3 t lii
diepeiini upon sectur-irg piionipt tt.111--
poialtintrE at, iewiionalule rates. For
tYrther information .pply 'o 1
L. M. WMAt(. Agt.

Carries the E.iet Bay letil between tI.
Andrewa Bay, Wetappi L "irmdi-
ati uLiointe. Leaves -

DL, I URG3ES-;, C- C.,

Parker Lodge No. 142

W. A. NIV S 3i[( ILV
Hoiw He Took Hler Refusal.
"Wbut did Mr. Sli-ongnervev~ay wvben
y'ou told him you would be a ibister to
him r
"W -v he haid Ifll- iniudIIenev to say
t24waeI5 ',4ti. r ..tl1r Tbi-nI,- ilelhhed
we, lighted I .'i-ar nmid ,P'ke'd tme to
mae~iliii r htm."- Cia-

girl to 11wi' otti!4E'1\st iry"' .4'I I t- -4)
ainn next d' or. "All tho y~ Onl

Ct. hl erlaiu's .Stomach and Liver Tab-
4is, For sale by L. M. W'are, St,. An-
lrcw Ir Bayheadl, and all unudin'nc
V. Brock wishes to call the at.
t.ni of tlhe public to the fact that he
hia- adtl4d an as-ortinent of household
fiu itu io lii.-stock in traile,to hiieli

-'h'.-lIce Cream otison is on and un-
til further n'utie.-, I (ii.dard of the
iil day ichiuding Sunday whenever
it WiosaibTe to ke-,p supplied with ice
-On and after Wednesday, October
1, Vm1"2, fir-t class accommodations for
boaldrd-r.-getitlemein pre iferred, can be
had at John A. Bennott's. Bay Front,
uJorth of Loraine avenue. Evt-tie [
first celas..
-The republicans held imet.'t in in
the -ebiolhou.-e at noon, Tuesday and
aWp)iritedl Messrs Fuller, Webster Do-
ty, A. N. RIckatead and L. M. Ware
dMlegattes to a con vent ion at Vernon to.
day, tihb 25th inst.
l')lt!y'' Honey anil Tar is peculiar-
ly adapted for cIlhronic thi,,tma, triubil-- .
and will positively cure bron.ihiiis,,
ho;Larpmnr.-s and all bronchial diseases.
Refuse substitutes. For sale B. V.
Brock, St. Andrew, Fla'
Wizard Ink Tablets, Price per
box 10 cti. It up eight, -Tablet.s in a
box. On Aox muak'-1- en umices sple.,-
.d ink. cononuenal permanent, abs.o-
iU e, covenient, non-corro-
ty at once to prepareo
the Government Set'-
Iill Clerks, Li_ tter Car-
House and Departmental
Iy.to Inter-State Cor-
Upjls, nla.

ith the Buoy'
oug p; 'le of St.
the number eif forty or
Nio d in l od.trld's Hall Sat-
tretgai gejn ti lltil ,ta iet
gF p o.,r a time iT look-
w-er to be disappointed
luit Capt. Hand stepped
j, with mouth organ and
id Icovere'd himself with
iN4mrg that without weich
i,, attracti,,n--giid- music.-

,t O f Ie o r -,. ijj inh.nt f
wou]lt it; ,-n \uantilv .
-Tt'i te frnatsl i cn-k u l tii e tic.v in ill at,
ilivilloe is reacted a :t r ";'ly i to ci\. i
the (jool, the old mll iuvii heeigb .e torn.
away so that the new one elibraes and
is fully three times larger than it. Their
ire.,tlec-work is upil for an inrnen1
tr c i .'.. f'or dry nlilt.rl-. % hi. -I will
4Lq ir,'- wiholuit Jill ir or post, the roof
bifti. ,, ,iiitr'.'d liy truss-work, Ground
wa_ brrkiei S.L.Ithi;av t for the newf plant-
lngisas hi door anri blii factors., '.vh i
will be erected a few rods 1,, I,,twri-
ea.t of the old lanuit. The imlro,,,..
meits which stamp Millville as a pro-
,gr.e-ive ntanulfa,-turint center art'
,t.-adily gpiing forward and are a credit
to any ouinnuitnity.
-J P P-lhani. president. ,if the. Do-
than, lrctfnrdil & i l.'ti la RIailwa, Co.
%i ritb.-- tO the, Mannifactuir-r's r,.vt'i ittas
f C" wI ""--t;.- l ,,thu n. I [arrtflrt &
Fhl riaid. Iajltl ay (o. 1,,,:: i-I t git ,
lhroJl h jI- l f,1iit' ni''L I O k i. di'
tnhe In rf tRi -j":
O w IL. i..,_,e f Ilatd t,,_' e, p 1.
able to omple-t- it~ line a l,
futurit '. Thi lanttd i. to 1,,-
_c b,1'ard in slcti 't- of Ivt2
at i- t, say. when thi' citi pan'v
d irons five mile- of road
ill d.,1-i th,.-in i.'j I.01 acr..-
; and .uo on for each sucoee'id-
ces. The 'o pany'ls line ,-
'ti ouh the tate (if
ave the Sanme

r Lite
Ie him to
18 mil s to.
Diueo', eryv felt
and,,ecii-, W.1.
llt] v ur.,l]
ma a-thmna.. but tL.i-
l .a himl initatill
cured him. ll: w-rit,..'
p soundicl evry night -
nu- cur*, O ff 'onu mutptioi,
b'',o't- I it h-. u Ihi,'lo c i

and ting ti ul', l I 'it ani
l. t aill 1. t l. '[r hil hott,

- Ai


ThN Ctorfon'. P le'-,r ne.
', r t' is i,'- T., ) Il- ilr 1 7- 1 9r
** re- a ll II i .* I\- i ef n
h ,;l V. i.!.- (In, '* .***d i '-r.l \ ..' :l l1., -, .'ill 1
Iy living I. r. i "v'I r, itu l'.,-i, l::i "
p. i 1 pri. .-,llV fl f.r r l' ,i t, I',I r hrrl( l in ih.,
k., I I .s hi;ek.. .ol-s Th',' I- ?7, i.r
it' is f 'E71 .d-l iIn lt st.L.i, wl;i s it" ;t-
It I ,-jt,.inr- '. is ini usn h nrd ia.s i
o if lii fEs'rni-. 1 hIt l i i, -:' 4 i oif hli ii i L.e l f'- -ni l
o' f tie aiim.in i and id'irr, < '.I Into thI
'"a'h with thl s- i.' i. l'l:, ,-, *"n
lli111 nrir ." "i plei !.ful i,. .- li,'.'
r wlIro ...
Amioning sulifrrIaltln.
yo'u count warts. 3ou will Incrmose
r niiimber, or to handle a toid will
se warts. If two persons wash in
same water or dry their hands on
same towel, they will shortly quar-
To bore a hole nlu the door frame
put In It the hair of a colored per-
is supposed to cure whooping
gh. The rattle of a rattlesnake, If
ritdl In the, pocket, will prevent
uniatisini or, if placed In the bureau
wer, will keep away moths.
void serious results of kidney or
lder disorder by taking Foley's Kid-
Cur ,I. Sold by B. *. Brook. St.
l Fla..
The Elna sh Longancge.
like to be beholden to the gr'.nt
ropolltan English speech, the sea,
ih-ri,''v.ces tributaries from every
ou1 under heaven. I should as son
nk of swimminng across th, ('laai i.*s
er when I wish to gdtto Boston as
reading all my books in originnls
'n I have them rendered for mna in
English tongue.-Ralph Waldo

r ,*' L'it 'vai 3i; if' c1 U1'l I |
,.I! ... I 1-," .'- A W 'i. f ( iriu,.


Mt-inrr I',--un C(nSin i lTkinig.
A tire In i p!petm:iker's shop the
other day spoiled 'the proprietor's stock
qf ni'e-'.-ti l;-in and incidentally dis-
posed of lie idea, common tl most
smokrs' mmindi;, tiht this commodity
Is very expensive. Meerslchaum itself
as not e.xpenalve. That used by the
manufacturers in this country is lui-*
ported as raw interlial fronm Austria,
but most of -it is obtained in Asia
Minor. Usually there are three or four
different grades, running from the
rough and mixed to the pure and .inly
grained article. There is no duty upon
It The chunks, not uniliko canel
coal il shap.-, m!re packed hi 11l ,i-z
boxes, about two feet and a half long,
a foot wide and a tfuot high. The raw
nia.tterilal is qnite lbrittle and has to be
soaked in water before it Is used for
otdeling. ..
alerCsclihuiii pip.s are expE)slve In-
cause ii iich of ti,' ti,..tcrlal from vhiih
the bIowls are made '.iS to lte thrown
aw:ay lI'ore a i,''- i fould itht has
no tiawvs in It. The sh av-ings, ho'eer.
nre l vt-'r wastled. Th'y are usedi to
nutke a cienapier gi'adl 'f 1)pipes whi are known as chip nietrnchauums.--Newc
York Iost '..

To rehearse a phiy o'i Sunday is a
sure sign thnt that play will. not be a
suceuvs for t. il manatgr ordering tlie
rehfal:,i! and that sahrlcesp'ill be lost
by all \ hi so Irtld'Ipate on the JALord'l
day. 14 i Iwirl )a cha'f ait rehearsals Is
Just aIs good as I, ettin. on a sra's thlfng
that a fight will disrupt the fr-iedsihip
of lit .,-I two nc(luIbers and I)crhtps
r'ail<' i .1-1 tu l, LjaiL .,.ljt-itj t for tiat

Wgg--The pxlihilin in .London is
very ,lt':-se. i i- t It?
Wagg--Iictn'- I. no no ate for it. They
.oulhiln't umil'r.-tMi d muy jokes at alL-
'PhlladelplI:i IRecord.
Feet Swollen to Immense Size.
"I haul kiIlinev trouble so bad," says J.
.1. Co('x f Vailey View, Kv., 'that I
nould not work, my feet were swollen
to) inim'.n-i' siv-+ and I was confined to
rI\u bed ail liphyicians were uaiable to
oblv tilef anl\ ri.lief. My doctor finally
prtIe-ribi.-d Foley's Kidney Cure which
niiil,- a well man of me, sold by B. V.
Brock, St. Aindrew.

galmar' War.
3.Tul Snndeau relates that one tilyl'
while living In Puris Bn ilz.aic 1. i,,i
himself up In bls rxoom for iwe.nty tw..
days and twenty-two nights, ref'is'ii.
to see any one and keeping the* ciii
tains closed and the lights contlninuily
burning even In lbrond daylight T'u-
only human being lie saw during tlhi
time Wtas his servant, wholn he run.4
for when be felt the need of f.'od m.ill
which it wished down with niiiirous
cillps of eoffTo. FTe wild throw hlil
self o lies bed only when entirely ex.
haustre from ilack of sloep. and lih re
laolned In complete Iguirnne.'- of \ hntt
was trinnpiring 'outside, the si:it' of
the weather and Pve-u of the time !nti
day of the week. He only freed IiiiMa
self fronl this voluntary captivity when
he ha1d written the word "End" on the
last pAige of the m;inuscrlpt he began
when he entt.rt.d his prison.
Wan'tls u Hat. Ay.vrwary.
Mr. Weddle, vh.sitinl hl, wife's rela-
tives up -T Main", fitiiy liad to go to
church that Sunday. He didn't want
to go, but his wife thought It would do
hlin giodl uid would be apt to preserve
the harmoy of the family.
The ,r'uio -n was long and powder
dry, u ndl W 'ddle stole off into the
arms ..f Morphous gently and serenely.
A6 L,. ti nt snore, his wife did not
1:u.,prmt Iisit ho had goeo to sleep
al~nsihht- of ber find gave herself up
fully to luj..;,e'-ting the bonnet of the
woman in the pew in front.
Like all thilngs, :,o' nil bad, the
sermon came to a ,n u'l I, t hit, but
Weddle slumbered i,, likce i bably even
after a deacon be;g:;i tal inlx up the'
collection in a hat. \Whe the derby
was passed to Weddle, Mr-. Weddle
was surprised to see that he did not
respond. She nudged himnviolently to
bring him back to his senses, and Wed-
dle, awakening with a start, sat up-
right and, bewildered, gazed at the hat
in the hand of the deacon. Then he
shook his lead sleepily and said:
"No; that Isn't mine. Mine is a gray

one."-New York Tribune.
Itrahme.. (the Composer.
For -(erything fresh, simple and
gniitin- Bralims had the heartiest
love. I.- Is said to have always car-
ried candy in his pocket for the chil-
dren le kn--w, and a lady described ip
a letter how slte had seen him on the
hotel piazza on all fours clambered
over by his young playmates. He was
on cordial terms with waiters and
servants and told Mr. Henschel with
emotion the story of a serving maid
who lost her position In order to shield
a careless postman, who, being mar-
ried, could not afford to lose his. .
Another pretty story, showing at
once his modesty and his catholicity
of taste, recounts how all the musical
friends rof the daughter of Johann
Strauss. the great waltz composer,
werw writing their names, with phrases
from tliitr wiorl-s, in ih'r .iAlbii WVe.'n
it w s lilas turn. thel o'.,nil-o-cr ,f tlhi-
Glom i rer'ii rli ''-m wr t li the Op,'liidng
Iphi-!iR, of the "Ilvis' ianublho" wn\lt7
and iinlo':,riniath it th, wir'ds. "Nt. I
reirl't to jy. Iy your d ,t''il a frl-ud
Jolian l.'' Prrlinis." t.i whol.-I:jmfE
and ffect(ed WS lt u hnlict-r

pP o to gP t orhling for noth-
tng a t1 mn [,iy smonithing for nith-
Ing.- saturday Eveiunig Post.

I d not know of any wy o sure of
mlid uilh-rs lhiupy as of behig bo one-
self -Ir Arthur Inhliks.

T system is from natural
cau. s, debilitated or run-down
bot in the spring and fall. The
se: us' changes are always a tax
Eon human organism. The
bioy becomes impure in the
spring, and vitality lags in the fall.
A little care, a little assistance,;
and nature will do the rest, as it is
always trying to maintain health.
Fn,, U,-uitiy the weakest organ will
show the'most disorder, and this
ofl,. lha.J1 t,, wrong treatment.
',lir th, i, bilitated conditions
,rf .i'rriig ,0r fall, or any other
tn.e,' f'r that matter, the right
tbirag,(o do is to build up the
wi ach, or liver, or nerves alone that
(ca 1e the trouble; you are weak-
eni-t'I-ni ove'r and must have re-
newdttreugth and vitality. These
yo _u cannot get so
quickly or surely or


When you use Dr. Harter's Iron
Tonic you are helping to renew
the vigor of every fiber of your
body. You are cleansing and en-
richifig your blood; you are
strenigthening your stomach utid
iucrt-Aingithe digestive fluids; you
are building up and renewing the
activity of your kidneys and liver;
and you are feeding and revitaliz-
ing yo3ur lervi -t- ysteni. You
canlIt t tii-s without getting
we.U, ndiriui ie:iOt take Dr. Har-
ter', Iron rTouic without doing it.
CtICAGO. ILL., Nov. 26, liWi.
T ."- Dr. T.,rt,r .1r. ,'-inr r,,.. o ) n. O.
4) rNTLIBMEN:-- un li (ffi itingly reo-m.
mn'iid Dr. Charter's Iron Tonic, 4 I
flriniy hb i-rve It I lhIFhA b(rt l-ni' or, thc
iarliet to day. Every spring and fall
my syastei seems to be in need of a
tonic, nfflr-tor the past three years I
bavo take a bottle of your tonic twice
a year. Hoy. JOHN J. FURLONG,
ref entltivA to the IulnoS Legislaure.
1351 gOrood St., Chicago.

The lnt-Inton .f rTli-..
I 11ie rivi' -iii lf t'-lin into hours~ v -j
S .ra'rilr ';. -l 1 1 un lig '1 l[hil. 1 'om ians fronn
i rei' 'i' inifhlihity. i.iu r it w"as HIlpplu.-
S 'iu-. l;, ilihl .sophlier. who titroduC ed
the' Iiti.vhinylinhri hlur into F urope. Th,
i :\i,' 'inil iwvsteni of notation war
'hon.ii l.1 intha ancient p oplie beIainse
tI re. I' s n nitnh',r having so ninny di-
vli .ii.-. ,s -i.y'. The It.ibyloniin (s di:
\ ol di lhl' tdilly ,|Inrn .r of ithe nl. 1 li,.
riil r o'f ilie 'hc.v. inifo twI 'if1 four pairii
..iiL.. ,'lih purlnsnig or lithour wa!
'-,*.it' int,> .i- lly sE'onle .. 'rhay con.i
i>:ir',,i iit | Ipr'O io ss.' mnile lb y the sun dir.
in: nl-ii hio r ,ia ilw Ti ieof iih erinlInox
tn th' I pro;re-'s. iaude by a good walker
In the lie snii-i l*iroil of time, both cov-
ering one p'rasang, and the course of
the sun during the full equinoctial day
was fixed at tweuty-four parasangs.
To Cure a Cold in One DIay
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All drnggsits refund the money if it
fails to cure. E. W. Gn'V.'s.- siana-
treo on every box, 25o.
nit tlianaxke l'In gs.
After the rilhettle-ki- li hd benu adopt-
ed is an en lihli anI lid upipeared Ton
-the flags ,,f Bs'v.riI of t-.iAd TrFtr1'"
jamin Franklin defended the device on
the grounds that the rttiltnnake is
found only in America; that all ser-
pents' mtnihlesku were considered by the
ancients to be symbols of wisdom; thlit-
his bright, lidless eyes signify v~if-
linc;, that he never attacks without
first giving fair warning of his pros-
ence; that his rattles, while dirt.ir.iqt.
are so firmly joined that they Ea',iii
be .,:zr'.tcl without being ruined !'dr.
e vei'. alnIl that,us lie grows older t(tk
r:ittlest lI.cre~ae In number, as It W ia"
to i'e-I.t6oedi he colonies wouijl.
Indloed this idea was m nirW'use of In
a fa.g device which rrfpres-ntfd a rat-
tles-inlik with nine Jointsv. 'nech joint
lett"ered w:tb red silk. The .ll*nd w g
manrl-. d "'N. IE." (New Englhind), the re'
.uainiing .-ectl.ns '.N.Y." N...," "Pa.Y
Md.," V, N. .," S. ('.," hi'1
"Oa." This curious standard was dis-
!ird"ed for the one made by Mrs. Ross
in Philadlph!lia in 1777, a flag similar
to the TUnited States flag of today, only
\vith fewer s.tbis.

EngiltIh Oaks.
The old parliamentary oak n ClUp
stone park. England, Is believed to be
1,500 years old. The tallest'oak in
that country, called the "Duke's Walk-
Ing Stick." Is higher than the spire of,
Westunnster abbey, and the largpst- I
the '"rowtLorplo." which now mneas
ures'Wr try ht feet In cirtrem r-
ehe and at one0491-
covered more tha
Not D oome
"I wh.- tr i-d fi>l
.*oil ldoctor.-.''" write. A. Grel
'.-( 'j jln i'' lef. i ., '* f- r il], a- riand lii.i
ij, Isil t'hen al, fall. ii, Biiikle t's A rnii-
,-:i S;l!1 (' Ie l m ; in lt.o '.v.'i k." CurJ '
i ii ru'.- tI, oOrn

:,t :Ji

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A .50. $1.75, $2.00 AND $3.00 PER GALLON, -
.D1IXT T( i't)N,.OM;ER--
S-oL 'v 'e. SuIA ,, Expess ,Comp(any. 'rriu: agls
A O r iiih mlel'. Tr iit' I br .lescriptiv- eirci l,'rs of' W it es and
]l lil it ii> yonsi first order. ..
jI$t'r f 'e-lcen--(.',inii it -ini agicn'cieis or any iecrch&nt 1iere. %l
J. H.- WOOLLEY, Cherryville, N. C,



Now ilI he Time to Prepare for Your

Falland Wintler Garden.

You want to decide what to Plant,

also where, and to prepare

A\ne i fiyo

-Your Gr und for plantingg,
1, ai vL ilit' ite4 %vl H V t Nt) w )Il'tul; Ill'

tt %i.l sen.'~d lim 'e p iit( i 'IeI mr :iv Seedu I will ounly tm k


,nd IN cy

nd FaflCV


Uolminerc ast 0
E v,,, vlliniu ,IP\ ne it ,ii',, 1
,'t'.i, a ,iI t.;il iiii g i 'c, n I 'h c llu sl
SC ,,l i t ,, .ll 1 0 1 fl t f li l i t t l lt i l ll 1

Furnished Roomd
With or Without Booa
Convenient to Bay and Postoffice,
Bayview St., N. of Loraine Ave.
Apply or Address MAs. L. C(l reI'II ,
St. Andrew, Fla.

Fine Home on East Bay!
Between Parker. and, Pittsburg.
\ Two-Acre Biay Front Lot. Fine, Large
TVw I story and Attie, Se ,. ,-!'>,n i ti ,,use.
W ell fillish d, Deep D e .ll l I lieit
W after. Groulndt .Hih [I.,Winii. ], w, II
[inproA.ed ilh abit ,W dliiur I l,.ii, ii.
I'ruit. For pr rti.culars, iiUi> i oit W A.
minoii St. A, "irew, or 'W it. 'Parker
o1 Mar'tiln G. "od.t, I'Parker, Fl!.

Geo. S. Hacker & Son,



Sasli, Uoors, Blins,

---- -III ^ I
ltorei" iant Color.
As regards color, gray horses live
longest. roan horses nearly as long. I
Cream e.,eIlr-d horses are deficient in
-- ... ... 1- in ulf l leir

T us t:'i n g ; p o w t ~ r e M' I T i ll,. l ... . . .
Ton h I o r. woathtr. Biys. on an average, are the
Mrs. Younhride- I've conw to corn I,' .t Ion-es wvith l k hoofs are
plain of that flour you sent mie. stronger 'ilton..h.r thano rs.
Grocer- What was the matter with 'l ..
it? Josh Wisttiafc ofl Loogootee, Indi., is
Mras Youngblrld- It was tough. I t l'"t I >i he l .ioulil t 1l.
made a pie with it. and it was as much r;' in l il
as uy butnband could do to cut it.- u 'l itlS. nin n. i
'bhladelphia P'res, cost flitH dl1.i' a little, tfor it -av d hi ,
f-r,.,li beiiig a rrippl'. N o external t-ni-
A New Jersey Editor's Testimonial., rat bei l ng toa lisn lin imo lt for title l
M 1'T. I uvn l. editor of tb lPhiilips- il, ,lhpa ,l s, 'liitiratct>i l c i liiti;- i
b'.r, r, N. laily Post writes: "-I have i: d ;,l i, i ,i; l i .-
'-''i i n ntli\ kinds of medicines for stilt' l', irI t "
icou h- and holds in my family btut nive Iar pli. t 11 *lrt,1 n .' .
ir .mi -'thi, so T oo a- l nIn of to !. i t i '
ni l T'ar I canri(t '.iv too nch in, n
proi.se of it." For -ale 1;%'Y 1 V. Bron.l' i ,
Si'.. A il c FhI, aI i:

atrw IiicreI' as ,mitll as my own. Call and
N('on111inne Youir.-Q of this Truth.


biCASH iiI.Ailr IN Cannot
S 1s I)) PA Y G ) 0 S. I rve

Ship Chandlery Hardware

Notions, Paints and Oils, Nets and Twines, Salt,

Clothing, Gents' and Ladies' Furnishings.

'Trunks and Valises.



S &l &l Wirn Go-.

Igade in iron.

wiTii Mil, c
_I,- 7 T

All Goods < wIVEN To
EXCEPT iMail Orders!
Sally, Grdi api Feeu
Any Postoffice Gladly p
on the Bal! J0!Applicalion! I

T rech-L.0adingI We Are

hl !i<1 S0HOE MEN! 1





Gcneial Merchliandise!


Cooking a nd Heating Stoves!

Sewing Machines and Needles!
Pumps, Furniture, Etc.

A Full Line of IJnderertkr's Sup-

llies"- arml luri t( askets I


m.. ....- -

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ROlu]], Dressed i](l DiIllSiOi

SYollo P1 iA LMb

Dealersijn General Merchandisi
Dry Cods, Groceries, Provisions and Feed,
..I -


ke pleami ea


S ~d*~:. ~qI' .


l 't'hutrdaV, Sept. 25 1902.

ST AN 1) R E V
graiilated .......7 He No....... 55
Coffee,. .....A t; tii powder. 44)
tLI brow ..... 6 Uneuol'd Jap.40-tiO
S ,iti , ,.... t'ud milk, I cran
I ree? .... 12 Z20 Unsiectn'a.lo I)
Arbuckle, 12-1 5 Sweetened ...
liaiger ~aip 31i) 25 Bl"ing [pukider
3rotakt r, soda t. 1 I0 Roy lI .... . 0
S'. hiiu .' C amiI.-Ied fruit
i. odo i 'yers.8-15 Pu ches ... It)t"O
V 1l, 1cia.... .. .? Tuomatoes..... 1
t icr ....... AN A pple ........ I"
.pples PIt.,tr ........ I
EVivaliorated... 12 I Plums ......... I1
Dried Pettches 6 A prieot..... li-20
r" ,al OC lt'p gal .... 15 Strawberries... 21
1'. lr ine Syru.... 0*..1 i pnned Meat -
t er ...... .... IRoat Beef.... 15
ll ue ar ....... 31 Iornved Beef... 15
; e e pr lb .... 15 Chipped itetl0- ~5
a Butter ...... 2,-SO aimter....... 211
Oleomargerine. 15 bal, imo .... ... 1.5
Iard ....... IO-10 Catnned Vegta.lcs
.elans ........... 5 Baked .Ieai l.. .
Cocoanut pkg. t C r ....... 10f.
Jelly, glt"a' 1 '2 i'ea s...... ... l
Lite Jutice ... ... Pumi ki' . i
%lir I l',rk .
Ayn'nSwa P..t.' II p .... ii
Majestic .... 2.75 lI aco., rid ..... 12
Corn Meal pr l.ut-i't Frekh . ... ..i.. t
Oilt Meal pr Ib ... 5 Biklt'Is lacnui 13
Cur ,porj b 5casli-00 Uutln canIva Jedl-"
Potatoes Shoulder..... I
Irili ... .1 0 l. Bee* f
iCarlv oe seed I -.ell Coined.
SlePer Satk...^ -. Dried ........

N Ails, ier tie 1 i.4.! Li Axwith h.iidle'. 75
t;M]1 wire do.6a< il Hl s, each .... .. I;,
SMauilli, rope. ..g al9 PPer 4 If l it' can 5t l
itjveA couk,.. La-j Lliseed oil,g 'alI55!ti
Pipe, per joint 15
I'il.fl, per )d. Check ..... . .5 5)i .
S1 estii'gS .... 5&9 Fia el. ...... 1 5*4i
Mulin ....... 9al Tbread per ,pool. 5
teati....... 1545 Sh s,ladieti. 75
E, Ltra .ale pat 22. MeW's. .. $140la3(0.l
MI SCJ'- L). ,L N OUS.
'a Vr P cwt .15 o, p bau ...... 55
Bra I ...... -.2: grickpr M-....-.Pr R
t. e Stial .....7 9 Lime pr l, ..... 75
FRUIT itd N1,'TS.
Orauagem pt d.o . PTir t ll pr II ..... I 5
rA ne p pl W iVlnute ......... 2
L .. . . : 2 0 A? m o n d . . H

i M li..ell p I. I 1.5 1 t L peied l" it .i ,l
orneq... *30 l410 L ow .. ..... 41 5A $
lllel .. .. 1'atltlf H *"i .... ..o :ltp
n--.t,, aloe 30l .Aheerp... .... |
U .1l I.' r &- -u I

M ull t p |,r d ,,. "r. ,"- blu l t t1.1 .11
T ri ntl . 2 'l'r,. t1 .... .'It
I ., ,.,,11, .). i r 1 11 l' 1 1 li, 1. 1 .- I I..In
,l ....... I %M .., uL ..':l .4 till

I !IrI'

c ., ilii, . -
a' ,1 ..$1 iin

* ta . 1 2 III
,, ,.. 0. )}0~ll

. #m .. lI'Mi
ng lum-
1. ( ig l'.<
.. iH."..7 1.0
,..in '..fi', ("
l1n 1,,e r\
a, ,d .... o $ |

it eArt, H e... ll.Ul U rt,
Fit,- e ... 12.i) Face
F.,p ** 10,t" S.*p 0
ihlru filiditg, t-',
iearl lece !m I.ll10 ) tIL i #
S., o10.1I) Fi-mihi
Bulk't l.nier.. P 'l I hser,
'J onesI hlaglerp. "2.51 Latir.t
p 5" itt

R ... . . - -. .. .. . .
'. !TATE r or nT 'ITV "" 1- I' ('o d
I :.i <.', C .or.T 1
lFrAtik J. Cheney rlakeis ;iath Ilhat lh
t t i < senior partner of hi th irni of F. J.
"" ('] ic v & G,. do in I ,ii-,1 t v in lie ;if

That :alid firm will p:a tlit, .tu' ,t*" ON I
iiUND )IE D DOL.L A It. for ea.ilh "i. eive
4 ca .e ot' Catarrh thlit Calnot I.e cu'reid l.
he ume of Hall's Catarrh Curve.
F INK J CIrnIt;'.
Sworn Io before Iiei and suliscrilbid in
"ny irtaencc, this 61h da3 of Decembecr,
S 6.6, li. A. W. 4L.v11).V,
[-,rA. I Nutary Puldlic.
Hall'e Catarrh Cure-it taken iilcrntalli
aud aitA directly on The blood and mu-
.)us surfaces of the system. Send for
eatimonials. free.
J. F. CHENEY & Go., Props. Toledo,
0. Sold by druggists, price 76o.
Hall' Family Pill are the best.

5 T'oo 'Rerllar.
F "Por ten years." Bdid the new par
taker at a boarding house. "my habits
were as'regular aa clockwork. I rose
on'the stroke of 6. Half an bour later
I oat down to breakfast. At 7 I wnu&
at work, dined at 12. ute supper at (!
aDd was in btd at S::30. I ate ool)
b3elthy food and hadu't a sick day iu
all that ttmn."
"trar mw'." apki.l tljh d*!neon lu iym
tli.nt;c t-.ies. "And whit wcre you fr,
ln iwftul ldi-nee s'inu1'l. Klansui
Cil. ide* end'nt. 1
: 'Whnti han ltIen Sntd.
A*. f.prqtr, o.n the rob!tatifkes of hhi
tfor :." 'T Whlt l-':rl.a Allen did not ut
.ttr ait Mtei t )Ig of Vhri 'ftlondprogu
t,,, ,hl.'n'tf phra. n'ww'tfiited With that
Se. it Ili ti" ,lind of every iPh| e llwy.
| t:,;i >f *':rf..rntihti the lrltsh!i ,'ont
a.ii-d3r (I.:it hef di Unimrltdd the slirrien
der f t4 '. *'*r-* ;:olil In re nami( of
tf-,- gre.t .h'lvhr Ia-if the C'oij"fTlnctal
C J(.r 0T'0.#1.'" "fColie e t of
that, you old ratr

A PAiton's Noble Act.
"I want all the world to. know,'
rites Rev. C. J. Budlong. of Ashaway.
R. I., "what a thoroughly wood and re.'
table mindtine I found in Elect-i, Bit
.ersf. They cured me of jaundice an]
lirer troubles that had eausud nie great
trouble for many years. For~a genuine
all around cure, they ex-cl1 anything I
ever saw." F.l,'tric T3ilter are the
surprise,? of all for their wonii.rftil werk
on livur. kidney anid stomach TrouIlAh
ron't fa'l to try them. Oi1ly .5 'h ->.tr-
isfati'0-1 i giiaanteed by ;tiI dru.* 1i-.s

relief to the sufferer. It was pru-
nnnnceti hA;Nt dr-opmy and colic comie-
binid. Thfe remniins were placed in,
ou." cemiotory on the folli,\,ing ilay.
Born Sept. 17, to Mr. and Mrs.
Willard P'altt of Millville, a on1.
Give Willard a perio] of rc-t, for at
the present tiWA- ~tO ij oaitirely'uni-
Rev. Herbert Juhnsoni p:eacle.d iln
the old sCihooiLLue St uday mni ing
MI s. J. lD ,)Inv aid Mrs. .11.
(G. 'Pot mluade yur In responlent,

social call
\W. ]I. 1

very bauly

0oo01 and .11Mr>.
[rs. Emmnotm,
i v Saturdayv
P -- -
)rh werV iR o)
ile iFJ.ioensvil

such notables rltill .AIpUand to.s-
vell iind iii thd liteotaiiy line launched
forth into "New Thiutlght" ideas ailld
other kilndred topics.
If theace are a gr.en, :ilnmtto beries-
Mis. E. Palmer iH ready.for them atl
50c lpr L thel. -

Thousands Have Kidney Trouble:
and Don't Know it.
SHoW To Find Out.
Fill a bottle or mrnmon glass with your
water and let it stand twerity-four hours; a
'.A ~s ediment or set
4.. fling Indicates a
W--- .a unhealthy condl-

Snv*' if it stains
2,L _'4. y} our linen it 1
evidence of kid-
S nev Ltr:uble; too
,\ frequent desire to
-J" pasb It or pain in
:*-^-"'" the back is also
convincing proof that the kidneys and blad-
-derareout of order.
What to Do.
There Is comfort in the knowledge ?o
aften expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-
Roojt, the great kidney remedy fulfills every
wish in curing rheumatism, pain In the
back, kidneys, liver, bladder and every part
3f the urinary passage. It corrects Inability
to hold water and scalding pain in passing
:t, ,r baI effects following use of Itqu r
vine or !eer, and .-vercomes that unpleao
,,._-,swY of bctig comp 1ed, t go o0
luring tIPe day, and to ge up 'mapy
i.jr:g (thc nighi. The mild and the
*iJry ffrct of S mp- RootI
i... I stand th hest for

Tv rn.d i. 'inse



atld If Islk'l.y t nt! I I-, rph orn
for t.h t .oltur :lrais- thr~ igh tIlhe s!
TVny 81-niiil:irltj- .,f thi tlt word.s.
the ensm; w:I -'lin i ..* alk niu rt u
grel-enllhoi I .t w t .inlk 1 ,. v ,tre 9', ,n11.a'l
tweNuse 'I 'p rt 1' I' r rii- n in tii
duriu: tl:.- win1 -r; y 3 't i i. f.r moro,
probalhei iii:.t ihe M i.d 1i. : dorivediI frru-
the old ('0l1;v word f r awl.u !:tn-r''
green oulb1 a t' .,I' o' .il'!Il ;-s to ,:itobh the
rayh aind hf toM i11 .. r'un and store
Lheui for future .e.

One troubhI with o economy lS that it
la uuitl ly prartelced by iown who do not
ived to exercise It.- saturday HEveing
P>, t.
toul K now WlVat You Are Tak,
iIIjg. r,
litr i ouu Ilke Grove's Ta.-t-el-e Chil-
I'i .ic ltCuseli tlih fornmitl. is p1 [ ii I,
nrinted on every Iotti I howing thai it i e
;im;pl)l iron and Quiniii n ii ta (tlesse
form. No Cure, No Pav. 'rice .i54c.

The rave Robins.
The most Wingular Instance that I
have known of a robin's fearleusess
was the kind of military Instinct which
some years ago led a pair to-.make
their neat at the back of a target at
AldershotI It was in the shooting range
of the Fourth battalion of the Sixtieth
rifles, and the colonel of the ,regiment
told me of It at the time. The little
pair paid not the least attention to the
shots thundering on the target just at
the back of tlpir nest. The oldlers
were careful no to meddle with them,
and the younrlg- btched ad w.ft
brought up In ffl- i -

dgrpee .Cum! ^ur *
was content with the n 15.11., The
newspaper reports gi a list of the
graduates r@ad: "Job Jones, John
Smith, Camt LaP e of center." John
Jones' uncle p d ip the paper and.
reading the aes]. recalled John Smith,
but was badly mixed %n COum LeA au
Finally. In on. he called on
John Jones and, na out the paper,
said: "John. I alysi kew thts SBrth
boy went to school with you, but I
don't seem to know this Cum Launde."-
W-rcester Bpy.

Sound to Bsplatm It.
"Say, pa," asked Wllle sweetly,
"what does a chopping sea chop'?
"I guess answered his fatbe
thoughtfully. 'It must be the aM
bord.L"-Philadelphia Record.

V'I-E IAN ,i l..'' in taicl. counivy t.,
-lianagel biiaih fo frr :int oli eftallishedi
-\use ,f i, i tnanciil standing. A
'tr.ielht. I,,-,:n .i,., nefklh c.,h ilar oft
W pPid liv ci. ek eaeh -Wedueola- w itli
ill e j1uIi-em diie t J'r iin hu ttllarl.r..
loneI v .' d\'aice, for eCp,-nks. M.iani ger,
J-40 Caxton BllI, Cbicago.

t-A IR K R.,
Special report lo the buOv.
Felix Bi,,mian, a tvi, yea) o,!i b'oy
S died at Millvill., .S,.,i 12, datti r dPa
p ilkeen ati lbut i eint *l.ir hours, duii-
SI ii.1, hichi ti-i'.- t. ...uored mob; *. x-
c l uciating pains. Dr. JlasIeiu i :"vi-
called but cutilil do jiothiin to afluord


otice of Application for Tax
r- Deed
nider Section 8 otf Chapttr 41HN, L.isr ot,'
No-tice is hereby given that R. M
nker, purhaser of Tax Curtifi'aite No.
A, da d the 2d da of ul, , v. leon,,

to ies.ane in
Mi& Plo~crl' V

[I. .] his Ih- ::'JJhday ,:, Ag, .


SI kt'h j i r i ir,'i .' urF t, d
e Vf a sliglonll Cou y, FLoid.j.

Notice of Applicttiou for Tax
r I lurid l
4 110 lthe cyiq giv:ni that It. M
L kil.'-r, lurthLi& i- i 'lax Cellitit": le .\..
" 1-7,,,1', l id t ]e 3.-i lN \ of JIIlv, A. D.,, l" A '!,,
i" thIie bUid ct'I ih'.;t in mny office, aid
has U Arlli. .ile;.)n tf r tax deed to issue
iii t,. 4 0 1c..I. IIc .ilh law. Said certificate
embrace tlhe tollowiitg described prop-
erty bitu;itm d in \'a.- hiiiin i c)uuty, Flor-
idta, t'.,- it: Blockis 22mJ id'! 3 sw/l, see. 6,
tp 4s r 14w. rhie said lnnd being asset -1
ed at tlhe date of the i.-Lu.ince of such
ceiltti at, ill theu liamie of WIll. Oslen,
Uil,:iss said ctrtifri, tte h.ill be redeemed
accuiding to laiw, tax deed will izs e
thtreonr oi the 25th day of October; A 1).
Wilnv.c mvn oilicial signature and seal
ft. thi :.'t llh day of August, .. i.
1.... W. LOCKEY,
, . lerkCircuit Court
W'hbi igle n Count Fl..i.l i.
Notice ot Application for Tax

Under Section 8 of. Chapter 4888, Laws
of Florida.
Notice is hereby giveLn that -A. J.
Gay, purchaser of Tax Certifieate No.
10'i, dated the 2d day of July. A. D. 1900,
haF iided said certificate in my ofllice, and
hal nim ,k application for a lax deed to
iniue ihi accordancee with law. Said cer-
tificat emnhraces the following deEeribed
property situated in Washington county,
Florida, to-wit: se of sw4 see. 3, tp 2s,
r 14w. The said land being assessed at
.the dote of issuance of such certificate
in tilt name of V. K. Morris. Unless aid
c-,rtificttu hall le redemeid according
to Ianw, txi di-d will o.i.Lil'^tho. i un the
_!. i..,1 ov uructol.er, A. i, 190.
W\i iiesa i.v oflicia'l .-ignature and seild
[L. I "lii h4 lhe t I ih i.y of Svptemi l-e.r.
A. L. Il ..
W. L. I.aCKKE.
Clerk Ciircuit Ciurt,
Weilingtlo l County, FH,.,lida.

Notice of Application .for Tax
Unoer Section 8, of Chapter 4888, Lawa fo
Nofticn ie hereoly. given that J. H.
Dru njmeond purchaser of Tlx Cp"tificiate
No. 121,, d'itt:d the 2d day of July, A.D.
I'91jM, hal filed Aniil Certificate in my of-
tic .tiid Ia l iad,. application f'o'r t x
dleed ti .t'2pu, ii accordance o with law.
S.aid certificate 'e.nibraces the following
described property sltunted in Washing-
ton county, Florida, to-wit: nw of ne 1"
section 9, p 4s, r. 14w. The said land
being .ti-ei't'd at the date of the issuance
of elieh certificate in the name of Un-
kn,,n. Unless said certificate shall he
rcdle.:rud according to law, tax deed w ill
issue thereon on the let day of October,
A. n. 1901 .
Witii'n..s my official signature and seal
.s J this the 28th day of August,
A.D)..190"2. W. C. LOCKEY,
Clerk Circuit Court,
of' WVt ii!,;t n Con .ii1', Florida.

the most healing salve In the world.

Odd Wd lhddia 04Md a.,
In Switzerland the bride on her wed-
ding day will permit no one, not even
her parents, to kiss her upon the lips
In many of the provinces the cook
poUtr hot water over the threshold aft-
er the bridal couple have gone in order
to keep It warm for another bride. A
favorite wedding day in Scotland Is
Dec. 81, so that the young couple caln
leave their old life with the old year
and begfn their married life with the
new one, snr-ray a pretty tdn*m. Thle
rtallana permit no wedding gifts that
are sharp or pointed, from which p'rac-
tie emanates our superstition that the
gift of a knife severs friendship. One
of the mo- t beautiful of all marriage
customss s that of the bride lmmindi-
ately after the ('oremonyv fllnitig her
bouquet among hoe nindrI ftlMends.
She who catches it Is supposed to be
the next bride.

Stops the UCongh i.nd- Works off
the Cold.
L.,s iX ive BrO)Tio-QAuiiiiin r Tablets curo a
c.,ld in oue day. No, Cure No Pay. Price
".'."i ct.,iit.
The Lady-Did any one call while I

The Maid-Not- mdtt'am..
Ths, Laudy-Tlhl'.- very strange. I
wonder what people think I have a
day "ut home" for auyway.-Indiun-
aplolis News.

A .a'rr4'w FV'1E"ap l.
"Bling'i t ll I t- li hat he had tw,
bore:v- hli -.d nr.1'. r *.-m In o:e of thi
b bltl,'.s of thef lI:s1 t ;r."I
*"Th rt'. l -ht. 1 % I;];.MIy. eir lie v,._
rid!' z In lP o.ri> I. t, e! .' --k I.
Island l"n;in inlh-r.
.Axytune Favors a Texan.
"IU 'virt diztrL.sing pains ini head
ba.vk aid stormatch, aud being without
appet.'tl, I begaL, to tuze Dr.King's New
Lixe Pills," writes W. P. Whitehead,
of Kcnnedale, Tcx,, "and soon felt like
an ew mani." Infalliblu in stomach anI
liver troubles. Only '( c.at all drug

R:by Manrgaret wnas watching a little
bird hoppinr about on the lawn when
-,le .ww hl'u sudlenl)I l)lck up a tinsy
Ittl,' and tly awlny with IL
"I *'pet be's goln' to whip the baby
bird." she said seriously.-Boston Tran-

Foley's Kidney Cure makes the dis-
eased kidneys sound 99 they will tlimi-
sate the poisons tWm th* blood. S-ld
7by__j rocA, St. Andrew.

A flI i 11* u I j w 7 u s r aun 1A
nitlfrent poe' eP., and there f ani I'
lilli ration in the wind that sw ot ps
across her d tcks wlhilh tc.iTn ) ai'pror
elated oilyv by those wh.have ov -jhedl
It But If you were 'tween dr, T a h-n
Rhle la flying along In su,-h T a d t0'yl.
you would hear a (erankliig un gr.i-,n
ing I wii evry motlcon. A FLhp I. ,,uiti
of perpendicular fratrme nrld h4iriAuin

tal planking, and as thoe wa~IS tift
their pressure the sbip "wjrks." This
wears out the calkiNgy In the seam,
first. and later on the framed them-
selves begin to weake__

A Communication.
Mr Editor-Allow me to sp 1ik a few
i'ords in favor of Ch.iraItL.-lI'hIL'- Cougu
Rminedv. I snffe'red for three v t ar with
the bronchitis and cotild ni t' sleep at
nights I tried several doctors iii! vari.
,ius patent remedies, but could get noth-
ing to give me any rei.-i until i,>- w ,.M .
got a bottle of this vtmlible in. liv ni .,
which has completely cured me. W. S.
BRO CKMAN, Blgnell, Al This t..ia(dii is
for tale by L. M. Wnre St. Aidriv amiud
B3ayhead and all medicine dealer .
without a R vll -
Printers' Ink undertakes to explain
why the newspaper Is the foremost and
unrivaled medium of publicity. "It
can be said of no other medIum." It af-
firms, "that It goes everywhere and Is
read by everybody. A certain few only,
read the billboards, the mtreel car and
Rteamboat cards, etc., but tbe newspa-
per goes Into every home aind is the one
impreme source of Information.".

Hli Final Intu ctloios.
An old daily Who wna fearful of be-
Ing uiried alive left these final tnste-
"Atter my time come h-n.mne stay #z
long oe posAlhle. Don't nstke de fu-
neral serniint too Ing.. ikniz- dat'll
make nme ephlp only de. oiundor; but
tbnw de ditrnsr ho'I overit&. Ef dat
don't wake me. I is ot gone!"-At-
lant* Constitution.
An oildl siftie.
Aniong Ihew un' It- .oniply Frotesquei
tributes pnid to Queelt Victoria at the
thln,( of Iov d, th by the Indian press
was this unitqi. prE.,w.n toXn I n.in
doo scrile: "Her tnijest3 l\ e.1_hcr sb-
JOcts with the strong, inatierDnl affec-
tion which &'-cow fee"t for her eff<
The simile would only be pleasng tot
the VIngIlfbftina who remembered the
honorablo -pdition of the cow and ceift
in the 5Uindoo religion.
The Motto Thai Rolted.
'It would be helpful to you." said
the prison victorr. "if you could take
sorne motto and try to live up'to it."
"That's right." replied the convict
"I'd' like to select, for instance. "We
are here today and gone tomorrow.'"

The Best Prescription for Malarla
Chills and Fever is a botti e of ;,Rovti'
TASTELESS CHILL ToNi. It is sipiply iron-
and quinine in a tasteless form. No cure,
no pay. Price 50c. -

Ca a and be Luifa the htbal
mote a Ihmuriisn growth.
ever nil to sttroe Gray
Ralt to Its Youtlu1 Color.
fre Pclp diean sed &t0 ir f ai ng.

Hon. W. C. Lockey, clerk of tho
circuit court at Vernon came dowi,
Friday to spend a few days with his.
wile and little ot1es8 who aru nojuurin-
ing here.
James Baker is taking a vaatLion
from his duties in Tallabaase aud in
visiting his parents and brothers and
sisters here. ,
Mrs. M. Rynear onl ai 1 il.::t ,oon
Took passage on theo Cluolatia Wed-
nesday evening en route for Haiti-
mond, Ind., where she will visit with
her muarents and other friends Quntil
about November 1.

What IHe Had Read.
An unlettered Celt's application to
the Philadelphia court af naturallna
tion resulted in the f,.lihw.in dialogue:
Judge--Have you rend 1 _, Dpclura-
tlon of Independence?
Applicant-No, sir.
Judge-Have you read the constitu-
tion of the Uulitd Stated?
Applicant- No. sir.
J.lthe--IIinve yovi rH1ad 1Ithistory of
t h e. L n i t, S t :t ,'s ? .
.\l'|lhi>.,nt ;s',, .sir. 1,: ,
Judge--.No? Well, wl:i ia' e you
read? : .
Appl'icaut-O1 have. red hair on me
Seaid, your" hohor.

Water Cure for Chronic Consti-
Take two cups of hot watr half an
hour before each meal and juit before go-
ing u bed, iiliu a dri ik of water, hot or
coid, about two hours after each niie,1.
Take lois of out-d ot A.sx rci ..-walk.
ride, drive. Make a. r, -'-ier }Ilnt oit'tn:
and in many cases chroi.2 tf nilstipeti,,
can he cured without the use of any med-
icine. When a purgative is required
take something mild and g,.nth- like
VChambeilain's Stomaeh and TLi.r Tab-
lets For sale by L M. W .-..'t. An-
drew and Bayhcad and all n. licine
dealers. .
A Bit of John righteh Iarueasnm.
A noble lord once said on the oc.ca.
slon of Mr. Bright's Illness that Provi-
dence was punbhilng him far.miiuse
of talents by ioflecting a dis'ea of the
brain. The followhig was Mr. Bright'a
sarceatic rejoinder when he resorumed
blh aeat: "ft may be so, but in any case
it will be some consolation to the
friends and family of the toble lord to
know that theo diawse Is one whilc
even Providence could not Inflict ipom

Spinach derives its name from the
Sphnis monks, who first used It dur
Ing fast days. It belongs to the bt~e
family and Is generally oerverd us as
veg*tatle. although It makes a d and nppetintg silad. In the spring.
wheu mint is fresh and green, a few
leaves added to the spinach will % ni
prove the flavor, whether It 1s s&rveWd
as I e or a t8lid.

Hiunct ud H-ilm. (B. B B.f.

Wat Worrted He,.
Mrs. O'Brien--Good marnin', MMr.
McCabe. An' phwat makes yesa ooI-aW
Mrs. MCa1be--ljure. DenTils was
sint to the per4tpntlary fer sitx"monthb.
Mrs. O'Brlen-WellI Shureo don't
wurry. Six months will soon pass."
Mrs. McCale-Sibhure, that's what's
wurries me.-I.esli's Weekly.
she Hadn't Thougbt of That.
"Ymu should never take anything
that doesn't agree with you," said theb
"If I'd always followed that rule.
Marie," sad tlt patient, turning to hil
wife, weree would you be?"-Stray
Doec ors CGonid Not Help Her.
'l had kidney trouble fur years,"
writes Mrs. Raymond Conner of Shel-
ton, Wash., "and the doctors could not
help me. I tried Foley's Kidney Cure,
and the very first dose- aavo me relief
und I am now cured. I cannot say too
much for F ol1y's Kidney Cure." Sold
by B. V. Brock, St. Andrew, Fla.

Is the I']aee to Buy

Clothing and Gents'

Furnishing Goods
At Rock Bottomt Prices!

At his Store may also be found Con-
stantly on Hand, a Full Line of

Cenerg! Merchandise
A Tin Shou
Run in connection with the Store, af-
fordd am ple opportunity fri thla
Repairinof All K4idsdof Inwaru
Here are matufaatnted tried
Sheet Iron Box Heatili' Stoves I
Which are so deservedly popular.
A call at B. V Brock's Store will
convince all persons of the geuuiuo.
ness of his goods rnd lowness of hiis

GO& ani Be ConvinceO

Fey's Honey and Tar
for children,afe,sure. No pLtes.

Preuese ** MInd.
During a pWrforMtance at one of the
London theaters a manl anid hiM Wife
bad to quarrel on the stage, the wvo-
an In a rage of Jealousy, the man try-
ing to persuade her that sbe was too
auspicious and too passionate. Both
were acting with great spirit when the
wife moved her arm too near the can-
dle. ard her muslin dress was hin flames
In an instant. Both actors kept their
heads, however. The busband extin-
guished the fire and. proceeding with
his part. Interpolated:
"Y-u see. niy dear. I was right. You
,tre reaIl.y to flre up at the last thing."

~pA: s

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For two years I sui ,'d t-
ribly from dyspepsia. with .-AL
depression, and was always tieling
poorly. I then tried Ayer's Sarsa-
parilla, and in one week I was a
new man.'"-John McDonald,
Philadelphia, Pa.
** * "- ~
Don't, f Oget that it's
"A y eer '4 Sarsaparilla
that will make you strong
and hopeful. Don't waste
your time and money by
trying some other kind.
Use the old, tested, tried,
and true Ayer's Sarsapa-
rilla. $1.M a ele. Ad dnrla.

Ask yoar doctor what he think of Ayer's
a8&rsapaTlUis. He know all aboutthiS grand
old family medicine. Follow bi sadvietand
we will b LOsatlefle.
J. C. ATBIR 'o., Lowell, MuIs.

Thl sTnraUts oSt M .
Popular bt"lif in India still crr-ilt.-
Sanyaslsand other holy aggLl,oiEhI
with miraculous powers. Vyou the ti-
tive Journals often cbronieh.rnmurve-lp
like the Justantaneous cure of Inctrai.
ble diseases or the feeding of thou.
sand outtf a sguall measure of rice.
One of tltese prints gives a doescrItio!I
of how a salntly ;n-...t ..qnvd iihe
lives of a certain rajah and h!s ecort
from a wild elephant. As the party
was proceeding through the lower
Himalayas a monstrous tusker broke
out of the Jungle and act to trumpet-
ing. The rajah and( his followers were
considerably cear.d and were giving
themselves up Xor lost when a noble
looking Banyasnt appeared and, *tand.
Ing In frotrt of the travelers, told them
to shout a certaullirder to the elephant.
This done, the animaI bolted into the
Jungle, while the savior of t1e rajah
and his party vanished without wait-
ing to be thanked.

Cures Cancer, Blood Poison, Eating Sores,
Ulcers. Costs Nothing to Try.
13 .I l m1o1i n a i.tri deitadil ancer tarr tlic
w.,ret and uiost deep-Setaled blood di,-
etFvnft on earth, yet the easiret to cur,
whlnn Hlotinic Blood Balm is upe It
you have liluod poison, producing ulrers,
h,.,ie paine, pimp.letp,, mucous patches,
failing hair, itching skin, Acrofula, old
rheurnatism ,ir offensive tforin of catarrih,
,:als and s ca'.e., deadly cancer, eating,
I-le'.ding f,-.terinpr eorco. swellinge,
luip., nPersiiteiit atit or t'o'e. take Bot-
aniI. B1I..d Balms (11 B. B.). It %ill cure
-ir the worst ease after e,,'r)thing eier
;ailp. B. 14. H. .lraiii the poison out ,of
the .tetau lmidl the lood, thenn vt-rv dort
r1,,1, riutking the lil od pure aHin rich,
.iLd lhuildiiig 1d1 the Irokeii-down body.
B..t iv Bloo.d 13Balm (B. B. B.) thur-
,,uglhl te.ted hur 34 1 *ari Drug stores.
t1 prr large l,,,ttlhI. TiiLl treatmtenLnree
,\ writi, g( Bl,,,,,Railm Co., Atlantsa. t
DIrsicrith. tronlle and free ni dicl adtvi
.it,-ri uatil cared. B. B. t oe]
*.it.iin mineral p 'ieons or merrcur
,, m.r nv LaLerit.Il tetrnl..a do). I

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A RtWer'P4.
"It a ship." bet-gn the comediflnV wAt
the ruse tinted btawrd. "Is 100 fet Inng
and 40 feet wide anol its ists are 1(oJ
feet high and the Ijo'sun it bbwltggecd,
what a '' r"
"It wilhhs the anchor. oLrsely
shouted tlhe audewce fi It gra Ad iLie
beinetis to prevent Itself rli
massp and doing, violciie to to
piNT ns.- Halti ulo An i ri ctn.

lrIentaIl Horme.bhos. .
TheU tpe of horsvmbor conmtnon in the
orileir fi a plate iftted n as ft cover
the entire bottom of the lioof. wlhb-.
perforation in the center. The-wetghit
of the average- orveshne Is three-
fourtbhs of a po:id. The native wblthbs
usually cut tphse plat.r. from sheets of
wrought tron and rudely chape then
for t0v. p~rpfoe fn view.

"Ah. Reginnld, d .. K clghd.
"hbt bow an I be sure .e% .-you will
not grow weary of me after we have
been married a little while?"
"I dou't know," he ainwered, "unleme
we get married and see." Chicago

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Bobm Oit. I;:;7
Yniestra. 10:34
Escamtbia J()O:;2
Mulat 10:23
Harp 10:21
Galt City 10:15
Mfiltou 10Il0
Good Range....
Holts 9:35
Milliiai i 9: :20
Cr.itrview n:13
I eer IALnd 8:55)
M('-.sy Henw 8:40
D/.*Finiak Sprili, 8:18
Arn e 7:44
4konc,; di Lcon 7 :2!1
Wetville -, -I 7:17
Caryville 7:12
Bovifay 6-55
Chiple ft1:37
Cottondale 6:18
Marianna (w:00
Cypress 5:38
Grand Ridge 5:32
Sneads 5:21
RiverJuntctiin L.-.. 51:0 rI1


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A S.ory or w o rnla i.hIIlp -
At the cloet; of lhe wl--ar a 'be- & *
fore le I, was wil known Ween'dell Phil-
lips, the dist1ngulshed aboHltloniut,
Went to Charlestou aud put up at a beO
tel. Hie had breakfast served o bhis
room .Was waited upon by a Bla&ire
Mr hilips rtnity to
e eut to the negro In a pat eiB -
ay that he regarded bifim a a man
d a brother and. more than that,
he himself was an abolitionist
e Inegro, however, seemed more eba'
a about his breakfast than he wag
t bi posltiont n Ithe edal scale
..t tme ~ittion ft his soAd, and final
Mr. Phillips become dlecoviraged and
told hin to go away. ayling that be
could Dot bear to be wsotrd on by a
"Too most 'sc"me ftn, mai .* mid
the negro. 'I is 1liqd to ftay here '
'cause I'm 'sponrlble for d iflve .
war." .
Inu werfinp 'ced
lirs. Woddfrly-I wonder wiy ft t
that single toetv are always thi most
xxIaoua to go to wat,
Wedderly-1 up vtoe lt' bereaa"w
bly doWuo' hitntr what witr really 1a.

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A yeA malaria, chills and fever, malarif

Malaria and poifoniQg,malarial debility, mafdrial

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gaming table.
Finally interest centered at -the table
where Marchand and young Chadwick
held forth alone. At the beginning
Chadwick had won, an with a trium-
phant gesture he would'haul in his lit-
tle pile of gold. The liquor had brought
a sparkle to his eye and daring to his
tongue, for he kept Mrs. Marchand
close to his side, declaring her to be his
mascot and casing such languishing
glances_nLat her perfectblue eyes that.
-T-wnonder(.1 at Captah Marchand's
calmness. When Chadwick won, she
clapped her hands in girlish glee, and
once or twice I caught a cynical smile
ou Marchiand's lips. Clearly her pres-
ence was gofuing to Chadwick's head.
Ee played rrellh.aly.
"I'll make it 4,000!" exclaimed the
A hush fell on the room. Then rose
Mrs. Marchand's clear, sweet voice:
"How exciting! Oh, Mr. Chadwick,
go him one better! Make it 5,000!" .
The other guests rose and gathered
round the table. Loed Brower stood
on the hearth rug, glancing toward the
group with troubled eyes. I heard him
say under his breath:
"The lad can't afford to lose that
I joined the spectators just as Chad-
wIck called for another card. Then I
felt a thrill pass over me. The blood
rushed to my face, and instinctively I
clinched my fist.
Mrs. Marehand was gently tapping
the back of Chadwick's chair, but It
was no longer the tattoo of an absent-
minded individual. Each tap meant
something. She was telegraphing
Chadwick's hand to her husband!
My first Impulse was to denounce
them then and there, but what was the
word li' a hired entertainer against
that of filstngdished guests, people of'
social sranud! n, as aTy of Lord Brow-
er',. f, ilsi imitjst b? .Then came the


By Douglas Z. Doty

CopyrIght, 1903. by
Douglus Z. Doty
*YY'v1 vvvvv vtvvvvtyvvvvv*

By birth a gentleman, by force of ctr-
oumtatneee a jack of all trades, by pro-
fesion a raconteur!
Such was my record when I arrived
in England, whither the fame of my
stories had preceded me. Almost di-
rectly I received a letter from Lord
Brewer of Tentowers castle, In Surrey,
requesting me to come down to his
place, as he was entertaining a large
house party.
The castle, founded as a monastery,
was a most romantic pile, representing
in Its various towers and wings a suc-
cession of architectural periods. Its
maze-of winding corridors and hiddeti
stairways suggested mystery and in-
it tl exploration.
My Initial appearance before Lord
Brower's guests was to be at dinner,
and I spent the last moments before
leaving my apartment in reading over
the list of topics I had jotted down for
use durluw the evening. A raconteur
Is expected -to fill in etery lull, every
dull moment. Suddenly there fell upon
the quiet of my room these words:
"We must run it up to 5,000 tonight!
Do you hear? We must"
I stared round the room. It seemed
as if the sound bad come through some
dull tapestry In a small alcove. Per-
haps the tapestry covered a secret door,
but there was n time to Investigate.
A resplendent ftotmau was waiting to
conduct me to Lo-rd Brower's presence.
An interesting lot they were gathered
around the dinner table of Tentowers
castle that night-that is, they were In-
teresting to me as types for study. As
conversationalists they were failures,
for the only subjects on which they
talked fluently were cards and horse-
I selected my stores' accordingly.
The jfeals were apparently familiar
with the customs of Monte Carlo, but
I told them tales of our own wild west,
of games of faro and poker that fairly
made them gasp, and after dinner I
must teach them our national game of
chance. --" -ttyve.a^-
Sitting opposite me at table was a*
broad shouldered, dark man, whose
eyes, black and set rather close togeth-
er, never left my face. His lips were
thin and bloodless, and his long, rather
aquiline nose had a cruel curve about
the nostrils. But what most attracted
my attention was his odd trick of
drumming almost constantly with his
right hand, now on the table, now on
the arm of his chair and now on his
square chin. The instant he spoke I
r-ie-ognized the voice back of the tapes-
try fu my room. Ills name was Cap-
tatu Marchand.
L His wife sat at my riglt. a harnd,.-,ue
Toman, with a profuiot soft bro

avoc- with the? mental p1ar, of a y, fellow unmed Chadwlick, who was
plinnly jealous of every s mil ihe hlaily
wasted on me. He was a handsome,
ipAtyish looking fellow, one of those
chaps who imagine themselves violent-
ly in love with every pretty fact they
meet *
Mrs. Marchand seemed to have
caught her husband's peculiar trick of
beating that devilish tattoo with her
fingers. It fairly got my nerves on
edge, but no one else at the table ap-_
peared to notice it. I caught myself
recalling stories o? telegraph operators
who continued their work automatical-
ly after office hours, but surely these
two guests of an English aristocrat
knew nothing of a trade. In the course
of my eventful and uncertain life I had
been an operator for a short period.
After the ladies had withdrawal I
told my choicest stag stories, to which
the men drank freely, and byth the time
we rose to enter the drawing room it
can be truthfully said that Captain
Marchand and myself were the only
men who were thoroughly sober.
During the next hour I was kept
busy explaining, tihe intricacies of pok-
er, after which'I watched the guests
yield to the fascination of the game.
Soon little piles of sovereigns and notes
appeared and disappeared at the vari-
ous tables. Excitement grew apace,
and the very faces of the players were
transformed. The greed of gain was
upon them. It was my first glimpse of
the English aristocrat at his private

.- I"* .r1 it the night before his death.
He was going to bed, as it was l1tte.
He left the blue book, with his pencil
in it, and said to Lord Charles Welles-
ley, who was with him, "I shell never
get through it, Charles, but I must
work on." -.
Bright Proapeote.
Wo, do't all look at questions of eth-
ice in tKe same way. A young English
travel-r In V\itl-ne' it e.penmn'* onanmored
of a gypsy girl, but told the mother
that he was not rich enough At marry
her. The mother laughed and said:
"Wa bt! N-t rich enough in the land of
guineas? Why, with so accomplished a
thief u Is my daughter you will be a mil-
ltonairo in a twelvemonth!"

The nudeness of George.
"George can be very rude at times.
He Interrupted me just as I was going
to spenk lst eveningg"
"How did it happen?"
"Wly, he asked me if he couldn't
kles me. and just as I was about to
remonptrate he stopped me."
"HI-low did he stop you?"
"Th* usual way."--Cleveland Plain
S Somnambulain.
Blond persons are more apt to be
somnambullsts than dark folk, and in
cold climates there is more somnam-
bul min than in warm ones. In certain
Greetiland villages the hut doors are
locked from without by a watchman in
order that those within may not come
forth in their sleep and maybe freeze
to death.
TL'I- AN or LADY in each county to
manage business for an old cstaltish.hd
ho se of solid financial standing. A
t ,_it. bona .de weeklv cash salary of
.l.-.lft paid bv check each Wedtiedayi;v
;I, a.ll expezl)'',- direct from hv.i;Lat ir-
ttr bMor ,v ,' a a)'1 B o fo '' r 'xi ," -
'riL, ,ger-,A O4> 'txrou Bldl .Ci; .

Inspiration. With something of the
Cail.tin's cynical smile, I, too, comn
meneed to drum on the back of a chair
and this was what reached the startle(
Tho captain turned rigid as he grasp
ed the arms of his chair. and for a si;
gle huIsaut his eyes, expressing rag,
hate and fear, met mine. I smile'
grimly. enjoying the situation. Ti:
coup, had a different effect on Mr
Marchand. She fainted away, at whih
the captain's Conmlposure returned. If
sprang to her rescue, and the table w;'
WhenA Mrs. Marchand recovered, th.
guests clamored for the finish uf ith
game, but Marchand shooT: hlis hen.
perhaps because I dr-uinued a rhlyth
mic warning, "Don't play"
I sat in aiy room an hour Inter, cog!
stating whether I should inform Loru
Brower that he was entertaining a paih
of cle\'er tricksters, wlr.n n servnni
brought mie a message from Marchand
asking an interview in his room. I
foun.l hin waiting for me with ar
ugly .scowl on his face. but his wife.
pale and with her hair in artistic dis-
array, was charming in her new role of
beauty in distress.
March,.lu-1 ame directly to the point.
"Well, w"Iat do you intend I.' ,1')?"-
"Nt.t(ynff," 1 replied jionchalantly.-
"It is your phly If you unld your
charming wifet are suddenly summoned
to London tomorrow, the matter ends.
Otherwise I think T.orl Brower"-
I slerug-ed my -.houlder significantly.
S"AAnd. lIy the '-:i v. it mightube Just
as well If you refinuded to Chadwick
the money you've won since he's been
playing with you."
"And then?"
Madam's hands were working nerv-
"And then I shall have one more good
after ,dlnier story-to. tell when I re.
turn to America; that is all. Lord
Brow-r shall never know."
"You are very generous," replied the
lady, v. th tears in her eyes. "You can
ha Vt- tio liha to what straits we, niy
hikTtm alnd I, have been driven." She
was playingg her part well. "We were
raiseti to lt, e the good things of life.
Both'thuiabght the other had money, and i
,i'tli hia\ inade the best of a bed bar-
gain, \We have lived upon the losses of
our Ari-*- :'.ltic friends ulitil we rleot
yv d,'i, N\-; 1 ..,1 ii Khutiated sob she bowed
hi r i,.l aniamng t!he pillov.-s. Captain
.',,'hJ;,,i rose and opened the door.
1-.s t...;;, i,,.,a was elaborate.
"V..,' will pardon Mr's. M -riiiii '.'-
ack~if ~elf' control. As you :y;, I
(b;,li a trip to London Is what slhe
i,'", 'l. what we both need. Good night,
my .i i r "
I st,'l.Il backward townAd the door
which he held open, my glance, which
I kow muust have held some amuso-
mext at the clever acting of his wif,,.
still tix.-d ou the weeping lady. Then
t.nitdI ntly I felt myself gang down.
,J:,'. i;. I clutched at space, and from
11o, le me came a mocking laugh. Theft
a s-,,':k, a hlindiihg light in my eyes.
ate -it J 'l in' s. '
h,'*ii I wk.,, ilimu oa of light pen-
''ti- ., iInto, :1 lim y Vi y,
S",. Ti ,prl,. i.- .
mn '*'I n.l an nis * Jrt-
'r .l s o v e a 1" = -
T i -n.t hanv been hours before help
Iat e t, me, but~I lost all reckoning of
tit When at last I was carried to
nml, nim and medical aid was summon-
ed, I turned from Lord BIower that
my ni"ea alive was nothing short of a
ruir ,',. I had fallen three flights into
a s one dungecn, one of the numer-
ous pitfalls which abounded in this
Inen ;.t t ih. The captain had skillfully
guil Md i .:, to the secret door which was
one if Ii ba:ira't(erlstic discoveries.
I rI ltt'r'er heard with amazement
ruy a]'..'-f their treachery and trickery,
but i.h a"'.ndal never became public.
P.rit-' I',!, stepped in at this point,
th. d,.,.lr .innoyed master of Tentow-
:r.- . .l.i. '' inm )le reparation for my
l,. I :.a aud suffering. And the
,,I .' i',. ; ii for telling cf the story is
'.;, ,'ri my recent trip to Loutaon
I 'c ..:T '*,, in one of the reignning
a I' 6 l.i :.;,s Mrs. Captain Marchand,
e i t;r '" (hd a porer hand to
h~r ^!,v' trickster at Tentowfers caa-

l'c/ti:, ii|i'r 5i-n e of Duty.
A rl',-I initei'e.rti ; :'n accdote of Wel-
iiiigtop.. il,,striatini thc high sense of
dnity in aill things, i.d told o'n the anl-
th; it'y of the dh;ke's houiisekQelcr at
W'amhn'r castle. The huge blue book of
8o i,:i'-.i on the studies and discipline
of I'., I riverpty of Oxford had been
se:t to him s chane.tIlor. Ie was en-

that kind. I never ~aw bhim tackle a
dog smaller than himself., nt have
seen him whip canines apparently
large enough to eat him. When on the
chain, Ben hl,) ways of his own of no-
tifying us of li1s wants. A steady sue-
cession of low barks, with a short Inter-
val between each 4ark, indicated that
it was his mealtime. A quick, sharp
bark, with long Intervals between
each bark, aueconipnuied with low
whining, indle'ate-I thirst. Loud, steady
bark-ting Infr".UniL thIt Rome one was
coining. and taiinoodic, chokngl hapfk'
uing was his way of letting us know a
dog was near and that lie was anxious
to mix with him. At home we are all
lf the opulioa that Itf the human mem-
liers of the faonmily can reason, then so
could Beu.-Forest and Stream.
]Dasca Conaieenee&.
A well known English dean recently
had the misfortune to lose his umbrel-
la, and he rather suspected that Its ap-
propriation by another had not been
altogether accidental. He therefore
used the story to) point a moral in a
sermon in the cathedral, adding that if
its present posgespor would drop it
over the wall of the deanery garden
during that night he would say 'no
more about it. Next morning he re-
paired to the spot and found his own
umbrella and forty-five others.
Curetd Hemnorrhages ot the
"Several years since my 'lungs were
so badly affected teach I had many hem-
orrhawes," ;writes A. M. Ake of Wood.
ind. "I -took treatment with several
physicians without any benefit. I then
started to take Foley's Honey and Tar
and my lungs are now as sound as a
bullet, I recommend it in advanced
staged of lung trouble,', Sold by B. V
Brock, St. Androw.

Foley's Kidney Cure
makes kidneys ind bladder rjigh


Of St. .An drews Bay, Florid

Mtxingr wlm Metalphors,
To Lord Rosebery's famous "spade
and wind" metaphor may be added two
or three lapses, not all of which are
mited lnetaphors, perpetuated by Lord
In 1896 Lord Londonderry threw the
house of lords Into roars of laughter
during the debate on the second read-
ing of the Irish land bill by gravely de-
claring that "this Is the reason why
you have failed to settle the Irish land
question In the future as you have done
In the past."
in the course of the same speech he
concluded a period with, '"This a the
keystone of the bill, are you going to
kill it?"
Better still was a sentence which he
uttered In 1897 when speaking once
more on the Irish land question, "That
your lordship will see," referring to a
quotation he had just made, "Indorsef
up to the hilt what I have said."-Tat-
Courtship In China.
A curious custom prevails at ,Iuay-
ning-isien, in Kwangsl. On the fif.
teenth day of the first month In each
year all the young ladies and gentle.
men take a walk to tbeoa-
tain. Each danmaf--caiirles a little box,
whfeb she deposits at the foot of the
hill. Any young gentleman desirous of
entering the bonds of matrimony may
select one of the boxes and take If
away with him, whereupon the fair
owner of the box makes herself known,
and an acquaintanuceship Is thus form.
ed. Ill assorted matches are not likely
to' occur, as this custom sl observed
only among the well to do classes of
HOwt He Saved Him,
They werf pperk.ing of a certain phy.
uiclan favorably oeasilonally, but most-
ly otherwise. F.'iu:tilly one of-the ltatri
spoke of the good qualities of thle ab-
sent doctor and said his life had Oncie
been saved by the much criticized pruc
titloner. -. ,---- -
110How Is that?" ome one asked. "1
did not know be usually treated you"
"No, he does not," sa1id the man, "but
one day wbnu my family physician
i was out of town I was suddenly takenu
ill and sent for this fellow In the emer.-
gency, and he couldn't come."

Large Family.
Patsy Dooley was a very poor arith-
taeticino and was puzzled by a great
many questions of mndlwers which did
not enter other people's heads.
One day a new acquaintance remark.
ed In his presgi-nN,:
"I have eIght b1t
"Ye hive eight brothers
sy. "Then I suppose Ivery w
thim bus eight brothers too'?

"Arrash, thin," tofrat
many mothers had the a

e'lII -h ri ,lp of .- I skin's t no

.'Tlg ,,i'l g ,.-itn colur of ltiy ripped
riddid. it n, t l di a, 1 w.i-hid or tu
1h'd on theM .afr:. I som attained ee.
r,ne wn'd s ,evr- methods of lire l
uvti:on ad cvulld pas'l -my days
fented i.i T intrtcl; the slquares
,cl,)!*rizlg the .oloW s of my carpe;
nnirri>ng the Iknots in the wood oi
floor or counting the bricks .ta

or's 'xEril,'me t is. -ng the filling oT
the w: i,|r urtt through its Icntatern
:)ipp from tline drlpliinh iron post at thei
pavernnt edg' or iiP still more iil.
.niralte r' prc'edi.'iI:s of the turnicock
when he turned nnd turned until a
founata!n sprang up in the middle of
the troto.
hut the carpet and what patterns I
could find in bed covers, dresses or
wall [,:apJ-s to be examined were my
,thlef r',surc's.

Hlow a lIng Told of His Needs.
Rdi was otr fiiitftul. jolly old bull
terrier. For ten years he was a mem-
ter of the family. Perhaps Ben had
one bad tr:it; ho would "light at the
drop of the hat." This necessitated
kcepintg him on a chain most of'ibh
time, although I conifets deep admira-
tion for hIs ability fs a hcrapper. I love "
a fighter tlhat fights fair, and Beu i4dis


High Orade

Millinery Good0

Tinkie Hiiu Iam a. c. ; bought ol fic ogrout oi-fl Ii-hf ggi e-,ire and J) ngic
WVholesale Hotuse~ iii A mioo'i! I hwis v Oiw IlOilie to call, e~xaujllme10
stuck tand get ray priurita, baOe fo ir'ui~.ith g vim womc.

A\t %Mrs. C'. elis' old land.I ''',- Ii mv,1-P a~'*t~v'St. A a e w, Fix. 4

IBo11nd to'-'l'ne a "''i."
There was jnce ia,.cu.ster T,.n-ni-,,,O
a j.il'jde. I w ilt a'l vi fV, Olt Iiv., '.ut <'n
t!( l '. -if :.'-leI ,u,-i-.'*. h / !iL.l Lia.'u .'4 ia e
Wi ';:I ,te I IIt or: 'i,.. o e.,'Ile d

live l iii i ay l ile n i 'ilor in luia thii"
anrisihl Ut PqU thn' ift'.iai' N' <"
1ilL'. lisi l[-,. ts (dtIu',att ri him
up to the" 1".v: -zt -
.t~j tbg4 It. f act. d'd hIe Ie':r. a thlif
les..ith h nI -n a few years ,vftr-
wiard he i 'walsi'llo in'liing
could p. nt r'orru ippulllitg the
name' tiablilt.
After a few yea s' res!deII'ce.- there
-the judge moved again, this time to
Mtrfreeaboro. One day le sat down to
write liy first letter fr.rii 0;.lh l,!:aet'.
flh scratched lil4 mtes.d in rp)ih Xlty a
moment and finally exc'laliind. "-\Vel,
I'll gve It up! ilnw nlu th. wea-rbl c.an
they Fpecll the name of this place with
a 'lK "" .. "" "
When rFiilmhed.
Busy p.r:'u'ni, f''rtePiii di'rend them-
elve fotniu Intermliabletfalk-e's who
ha 've l itti' .. saiy R F vppif'v.-::'.,e a ri'nt

sor ieJ11. A paaejl IN ' ieuy culled
upon him nad ma f a long Aptet.h.
'J'h,, king listeiWr d paLtle'ntl for a
time', then lie dghl,'d thlt Ills visit,,r
would dA well to oauolliiuse his rmanlaml1 :..
iT-e to:k him by the huand illd iled him
to where they :could b,.-' tlt- gali'mry of
the I.ouvre.
"\'li.at do you think of that lmuildJliiqn?
When it la fini: heil. It will lie a ''uod
thing, will it nut '"
"Yi's." repiled the n'na of many
words, not guetsing what was cowing
"W'ell, monsieur that is ist lilthe way
with yuur dis 'burse.," was tlw kiniig'
mild observatiojm

, Pets.

t juv'ps upon bet
tabl ic.air her Iii
other lady has
ii've the fie-
abou 9

'* r, y.
'P?, ../* "


*Sensible Selflahness.
When yea- are pald off. iatrw4ay
night, why not use The money i'l add-
Ing to your own romafort? Why divide
it among a lot of Iopile who care noth-
ing fr you and who Iix e easJer than
you do?
Why piny the sl.'.t nmarchlnra, with
three 'h iiices out of four ca'l:ist you?
SWhy pay a h;;lh price for liquor
whiv'l actually hbarns ytou?
A l..t of things around your home
need r -p:ilrs, or. if yoo nr' a bachelor.
nl;l;.: .,our ronni more comfortanlle.
S n!;i-' .Ie s.rishuii s is a good thing.
If you hare laouty to give aw ty, give
It to your wife or children or keep it
yourself.-Atchls.n Globe.
A Florueie.ae vomnmnlty.
Some pleolhe lie In new York; others
exist. It Is certain tat a naiijority ,f
our (Itlz I.iAet'ir o'.uved 1a lhetn. Tl'hy
live in rnuated thin or houses ull their
lives arnd do nlt know the, imlnnin'lg of
pos sa.ilon. 'Many lillionalres dwell
In hlred resldencuies. *l'h-r homes are
In otherr -tat es'. but tihy t1aust be lu
Fifth avenue? during hie social senarou,
and they must k''e-p house. I'lliladel-
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