Title: St. Andrews buoy
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Title: St. Andrews buoy
Uniform Title: St. Andrews buoy
Alternate Title: Saint Andrews buoy
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Emmons & Lynch
Place of Publication: St. Andrews Fla
Publication Date: March 8, 1900
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: VID00074
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Washington GoufiiY
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Senators- Hon. Sam'Sl T'asoio, Monticello
Hou S. IL Mallory, Pensacola.
itepresen tatives- IstDistrict, S.M. Spark -
inail, Tampit- 2d District, R. W.
Da vis, Patlltk ,.
Land Oflice-l:.'g'iiler. W. G. Robinson;
Re'eiver-H..S. Ohublli, Gainesville.
;overnor---W. D. Bloxham; Secretary of
Sltae. J..L. 3rawford; CretSurer,J. B.
Willtield; Atturiny G,,neral Win. B. La-
mar; Comptroller, W H Reynolds; Si-
erintendent I I'nIslic iistrueitii.i, W .
N. Siheatsl: Coanmisionner .tsf Ar.rieul-
sure, L. is. Wormhwell; Aidju 1anl G1e -
eral, trickik Hoiuislo Tallahassc-e.
U S. SEN. >ri.
First District-S. R. MAllory. Pe'.noi.oi:
secondd Din trictl.S, n auel 'a'ic Muni ieello.

"y"a aiitclika.
qepresenwtlive, W'. G. Clean, Vernon;
Cuupty Judge, J. II. Wells. \ ern.in;
Clerk of Court, County Clerk, ItecorlFe
oa Dee.ds, W. Ii. Lassilter, V'ern-i.;
Slieriff, C. G. Alien, Chipley;Treasusier,
0. J. Parial.h, Verinn; Tas Collector. A.
Q. Jones, Vernun; i'nax As.essor, J.
W W'illiaims Clillcr : Suiperi e nlend l
of Public Instruction, W. L Lockey,
Clhiple3; Surveyor, P. L. Horn, Orange
jiastice of tile Peace. John Sturrock;
Nutary Publics, W.A. Enmons, C. H.
Crippen: Deputy Circuit Court Clerk.
W. A. Emnmons: School Directors, E.
P. Maxon.G. W. Surber sr., H. D. Da-
via; Post Mlaster. L. M. Ware
-Ptostmistress, Mrs. M. B. Jenks.
Puatmaster; Henry Bovis.
'"oinaster and Notasy Public, W. If.
>ontmistress, Mrs. Hasselborg.
P0stmastel, S. W. Anderson
Postmaster, Mrs. R. Gay.
Postmaster, 0. C. Tompkins.
'Poetmastel, W. F. Woodford
+ -,WV TAPI'O.
Postmistress, Mrs. Dyer.
Postmaster, P. N. Hutchinsou.
SC, ooK,
Postofficeon Laird's Mill Bayou.

otarv l'ulli Frank Hoskins; l'ostain.s-
ler, 'hos. J. B. Mauger; Countly Coni-
miissioner, Ilirann MI. Spicer.
It E I I a O () U
S'rlls,_dicl lpsi.sopii- lhiicle WNsliiug-
li"1'"'---T inP"-l..i CLd .l, nl t.l-ia-ii tellllg eV-
ei> leIt a l 3d >,uml. it I" t k I1. !dl i
p.ui. Si,i.i,a school at 3 p. m. Rev. D.
Tmal.ker, piislor.
Sine,.,liil--l'hrehc, or. Wyoming Ave.
Ssli.1 Liuncin.l.ai 81. Services by ,asiOc on
W-ednesday eveiiing lie-fore 2d ,s nday,
a,ud oatu;da i.t 7 p. i.. before, and 4tta
Sunday, II t. an. and 7 p.n m Peayer
mnsic.iig Wed ,,,daV night ofter 1st and
3d 5ud.aY selh nonth. Sunday school
every Stinday, 10 a. m. Rev. S.L. Loud-
ermilk, pastor
l'rel, t:riasu-C liureli corner Lorainie
xtliGe aund lrake street', Rev. R. J.
M.1cllasil pastor; preaening on second
Sunda, of each month at t11 o'clock a. m.
.iad i.1 7 p. mn. Sunday Sc .oo at 9:30
a. m. every Sunday,John Sturiock, Supt.
3atlilics-Cliurchl corner Wyomling ave-
tile slid Fostjer street.
,The uortihern uail, via Anderron, Gay,
Bavhead and hliplev departs every day
except Ssunday At 3:00 o'clock; a. mo.;
arrives every day except Sunuay at
7:40 p. at.
V.-tis Ijay mail for Harrison, Croisanton,
Parker, Faradale and Wetappo, leaves
St. Andrews going east every iormiig
t 6 oIlock and leaving Wetappo at
I o'clock, arrives, coming west ever
eveuinga at 7 o'clock.

SCHEDULE OF RATES:-For each five
minutes, or fraction thereof, use of
between St.Andrews Bay& Gay.... 15c
ti Bayhead20c
it -t Chipley. 35c
Chipley & Bayhead....... 25c
A. & Gay........... ******30
Bayhead & Gay............ 10oc
For transmission by telegraph 10c.
extra not including telegraphic service.
W. A. EMMONS. Gen'l Mar.-

Deputy Cireuit Court Clerk and No-
+ ta'y Puslic for the State at Large; has
jarisedietion to administer oaths, take
affidvi5s, legalize acknowledgments,
etc., anywhere in Florida. Special at-
tenioas given to land conveyances and
t1 marriage services, and license issued
to lawfully qualified parties. Office at
the BUOY Office, St. Andrews Bay.
Homeopathic Physician and Ac-
eoucher. Office Pioneer Drug Store,
corner of Shell avenue and Michi-
gan street,
St. Andrews Floridau

Phvysician and Druggist, Commerce st.,
east of Bavview, Offers his professional
services to the citizens of St. An-
drews and viclnity.'Residence on Buena
Visla avenue.. R.

Notary Public.
Willattend uormptly to all business de-
mnnding his attention. Office onav-
view street. one Mlock northeast of T,
0 Panford's store

Attorney at Law,

gW'Land Titles and Collections
miake a Specialty,

Oue dollar a Year in Advance.

Editor and Proprietor.
Display ad rates 50c per inch per month
Position and extraordinary condition
rates subiect to sDecial agreement.
"Local Drift," 5c per line, first insertion
234c each subsequent. Display local
double above rates.

Thie Clever Little Wife.
A young wife bought an oyster plant
and set it out to grow,
Quoth she, "Twill please my husband,
who does love oysters so!
And vi hen the oyster season comes I'll
.-.4 t oO ... .. ..
And pick a bushel basketful without a
cent to pay.
'Oh, h shall sup on Saddlerocks, for
which he has a craze,
Or Millponds, Bluepoints, Shrewsbu-
ry3. or e'en St. Andrews Bays,
And he will be so grateful and full of
joy, to see
How very economical nis little wife
ran boe!"
-Paul West in Life.

What.Frands We Are.
We smile and laugh when aching heart
With every throb proclaims a smart;
We nass the careless, jesting word,
When, aye, if only could be heard
Its echo true-a cry wouldd be
Of wild despair and mockery.
We dance and seem to quite forget-
That burning tears our'pillows wvet,
The throng knows not; ]o. if they knew,
Of all that press our hand, how few
Would understand-beget one thought
With sympathy and kindness fraught.
-New Orieans Picayune.

Jtecipe for a Happy Day.
Just the recollection.
That others may be right;
Just tihe sweet reflection
That somewhere it is bright,
Although the sky above you
May not be soft or blue-
Some worthy one to love you.
And a heart that's b ave and true.
Respect for God's creation,
Love for your fellow-man;
A brave determination
To do the best yoa can!
An ear that's deaf to scandal,
And trust to Himi above
That no pernicious vandal
Shall come to rob you of!
-S. E. Kiser, in Chicago Times-Herald

Kathryn's Late-t Fad.
Of all the pretty, pleasing pictures,
That my eyes e'er gazed upon.
It was Kathryn, when I saw her
With a sowwhite apron on;
Mixing up some dainty dishes,
As she scorned my doubtful look,
Saying. "'When you're asked to eat sir,
You may then reproach the cook!",
Since Miss Kathryn has been going
Some weeks past to cooking school,
Where they apeasure the ingredients
Of a pie by metric rule,
She will sit for hours reading,
Feasts she says for me she'll cook,
Till at times I want to cremate
Not the cook-O, no! the book.
-Boston Globe.

Angel Eyes Gwine See.
Be mighty k'yahful whut yo' does,
Kase angel eyes gwine see,
Doan go an' fink dey's swalled up
In heabm's ahmeensity.
Sho' yo' kain't see beyond de veil,
An' all's blue, laik, an dim,
Yit dah dey is, Gawd's partarole,
'N dey all repotes to Him

Be mighty k'yabful whah yo' goes,
Al'ys dey walks alongside,
An' ebbah stumblin' step dey knows,
An' how yo' soul's done tried.
Deyn't nebbah seen ter cross ter guff,
Ner hant de Pickayune,
Yit, all unseen, dey fallabs on
Laik shaddahs 'hime de moon.
Be mighty k'yahful whut yo' speaks,
Let no wohd git erway,
Er-crost de po'tal ob yo' lips
De chile of Gawd kain't say,
No lyin' wohd, no wohd pahfane
'T yo' wisht yo'd nebbah sayed,
Kaze, angels gaddahs 'em all up
An' draps 'em on yo' haid.
Be mighty k'yahful whut yo' h'yuhs,
Doan listen ter de wohds
'At calls yo' in de dawk erway,
Laik dem ole brack-wing buhds,
- Dey's gwlne pick all yo' soul's white
Long fo' de sun is riz,
Yo' hain't bleeg h'yuh no tubble fings,
'F yo' doan go whuh dey is.

" Be mighty k'yahful whut yo' finks,
Some fought scents all de day,
An' blooms like' roses, mo' an' mo',
De mo' ver gibs erway.
Oh, honey! keep yo' seul in white,
An' be ob heabm or paht,
Den angels gwlne cowe set an' sup
I At de ahthfstone ob yo' haht,
-3-Chitago Record,














me. Hatch being a weak man, was
not hard to rope into the plot. No
need for me to go into details of the
steps by which Dillard and I artfully
spread a net for our unsuspecting
victim. It is enough to say that
soon after Pickford's return from
abroad he was a ruined man. Pen.
ailess though he was, he didn't lose


**Assanine," is thle terni applied lby The O[la'r -iue0.
Secretary Gage to Mr. Macruin. I never recall it wlt flout sliunler-.
This has reference. probably, t t in l, though it i ..t.i.j,'ta l to ver thiutv
hdrd kicks that tihe gentleman has years ago.
registered- in regard to his trust ient 1 was then a young 1 t,. ,.ccnly-
while at Pretoria, ing a position of triut in il.. llhul k-
g----- insg filumn aI lllutil i& flli ih. I .,.
The School of Matriniony recently lav I a. ,VS l a .a ,.,1i, ,,,n :,,,
sprung upon a guileful and u anss- pecting public by some enterprising ccentri, 1i, s ,;ig 1i ,-.,I ,.,I
Chicago proinotors, seems to have liao,ie il a il.l, iaiv p.,,i l \V-
come to an ignominious end. Matri- Via aina
money with its attendant duties ansld Paraltoln i i:.. :,. l' .I
varying phases is not to be gov,-rnied ,depo;sitor,. ai,.i hI. %eslfti al ,-:saiI
by any set code of rules; but is to be aggregate a Ial t h-I.I. 'Ila i e v
learned by experience, sometimes bi- bet e, hi -t,,:ia n "l' a e n,,.. ,
ter, sometimes sweet. had a i i t i

As a firLst class .6-u t -- "i^ta-g Il .l'ell'i
liil maighit hou-and1 a "1d in gold.
di..tor, the republican admiinistra- n e tho and sI t i d.
lion "takes the cake." In President Heariagd teaat I was to be the
McKinlev's niessag, I.e declares that one to carry tle alnout it hia1, alk
-furthor suggested that 1 1 iake-
ouar plain duty is to abolish all cus- I c oa e
tomis tariffs between the United the trip ii a waga i, so that 1 could
mStates ant'. Pubert we Rio." take back a cask of rare old wine,
States e rtwhich lie begged t(, be permiitted to
The republican secretary of war
declared: '"The highest considera- present to the firm.
ions of justice and good faith" re- It was a hard journey over rough,
quired this action. Now comes the stony roads, which were seldom trav-
hairmian of the ways ano d means eled, except by the plodding mount-
ain folk of that region; and not on-
:ommittee, with a bill to carry in folk of that region; a not
hes recommendation, and directly, til two hours after sunset did I reach
s reoies1 do, an e the queer stone dwelling where Caleb
hitter asks that they be repudiated. Partoi lived a herlit-nikeexistencee
The excuse given is purported to. Parton lived a hermit-like existence,
le excuse given is purported t shut away from all the world. The
tome from the report of Gen. Davis, place was a lonely one, in thie heart
he present military governor of Pu-
hue pse tiiy o o of of an uaniauhabited, hilly tract of coun-
irto Rico, wlo is said to have de- of uninhabited,
red that a tcy of the above y covered with extensive forests.
clared that a policy of the above
character, i. e. free tariffs would not I was impressed with he deepest
meet the expenses of the government. sense of this lonelines, as I diew a
Gen. Dayis is on record as follows: rein before the solitary stone house.
"Free trade with the home govern. Hitching the horse to a tree I was
me.nt 1 regard as a necessit3 for Pu- guided up the indistinct prth by a
irto Rico, and there is no reason to '"eager, yellowish light that strug-
believe it will be at all detrinuental gled through the paneq, of an up-
o the United States." stairs window.
The question arises in all thinking Although I knocked loudly at the
ninds, why is this thusiv? Why .oes door, it was fully ten minutes before t
he republican administration go so I heard any sound within. Then,
lireetly back on the made public ut. half cationsly, the thick oaken door
erances of its chief and cabinet? opened, and a dark-faced wiry mtan, o
simply because in the coming strng- somewhere between fifty and sixty,
'he tro liktal.-,l t at i,.,i
;le for political suanreoiacy, it sees (
hat, it has "got its foot in it" as r,- '." .o te
;ards the two great octopuses, the "Hope, of the firmn 0 &
ugar and tobacco trusts, and this Hatch," I returned.
eoun.aiati.on measure is thrown out as "Alh! It's you, come at last, is it?" a
ssiop to insure the support ot Trust-' lie said, holding tile lighted candle so
ull McKinley and the sti'.l mre as to get a better view of my face.
Trust-like republican leaders. "Vehl, come ian, Mr. H aa."
He led tihe way up a light of stairs
F. B. Thirkhead, Health Inspector of and through a hall intoia wide room,
3hicago, says, Kodol Dyspepsia Cure can- lighted by a brass lanip. The fur-
ot be recommended too highly. It cured nture was scant, but u a heavy, an-
ne ofsevere dyspepsia." It digests what e a
ou eat and cures indigestion, heartburn tique pattern. A ladell, B us.,els car-
nd all forms of dyspepsia. R. F. Brack- pet covered the floor, and in one cor-
n & Son ner stood a desk with a small iron a

he Planter's Dependensce ou safe near by. A rnar.,,v table in the
Good Seeds. center of the room held a decanter
Without good, fresh, fertile seeds, and glasses witu the remnants of a
oaod crops are impossible. It is, lunch,
hesn, of the utmost importance that Motioning me to a chair, my
you should exercise tie greatest pos- strange host took the sacks of gold,r
sible caution in selecting the seeds which 1 carried in a stout bag, and
on are to plant tae coining season, threw them against the safe. The
Since you cannot determine their tei- clang of the falling coins sounded
utility or freshness by sight, the only dismally through the silent apait-
certain way to insure yourself against meat.
worthless seeds is to buy only those a curse ove and go caal
that bear tire name of a firm about be to a man
whose reliability there is no question. lie spoke bitterly. I had never
ere io beteei met Caleb Parton before, and as he
There aSe no better known seeisment
i, and one have a ighe uttered these words I looked at him
anywhere, and none have a higher
reputation for integrity than D. M. carefully. His face was of a dark,
Ferry & Co., of Detroit, Mich. Fer- olive tint, while his deep-set eyes
o were small and intensely black. They
ry's beeds haye been a synonym tor
Sse l, were full of magnetism and subtle
good sees loi many )ears, Thous-
ands of gardeners who continue to curing.
plant then season after season, do so He became ,u sf my scrn-
avith the full confidenc that they tiny, frowned a little, tban turned to-
will unifornimly be found to be of high ward the door.
vitality, and, most important ol ali, If you'll excuse me, Mr. Hope,"
true to name. said he, "Pill bring you up some re-
Ferry's seed annual for 1900 is ful- tfreshents. You must be tired and
ly utip to the standard of former years ug-y after r ."
and will be welcomed by all who ln a shor-t time lhe returned bring-
have learned to regard it as a thor- ing a tray on which was a choice re-
oughly reliable and practical guide to past, with a howl of strong coffee.
plamntii.g. A cpy may b- obtaiaed "You see Pim mniy own servant, Mr.
free by addresng the firm as above. Hope," he said, putting thl tray on
the table. "My mas. Joe, is off to a
"I am indebted to One Minute Cough camp-mieeting and won't be back be-
Cure for my health and life. It cured mn f r d t
of lung t'-ouble following grippe," Thous- forc daylight.''
hands owe their lives t the prompt action As I ate the lunch which Caleb
of this ne'er failing r-nedy. It cures brought me, he ni. the go
cougha, colds, croup, bronchitis, paca mu- ha brought muc, lis e l, i..t tie g ald

"No matterr,' I retrilied, 1I never
drink wine'."
"Tut, tit, nisia! you miss half
youi life. Now, 1 have a very choice
collcction of wines. Come I'll give
yau a peep At my vaults."
He aiose as lie spoke and took tUl!
a candle. I had no interest whatever
in wines, but I accompanied im.n.
Descending to the lower hallway,
we passed through a long, dreary
roomi, then down niarow stone step'
into a capacious cellar, walled onil ev-
ery side witl heavy masonry.
S hlie place was dainmp and musty.
Dust anl cobwebs covered tlhe caskm
atd-buittles tha' litter.,d, tli l.t ihol
end of tile cellar. My Ilit did not
halt till we reached a heavy iron
door fastened with a large, rusty pad-
lock. I noticed a demoniacal ex-
pression on Parton's face, as he heid
the light close enough to the lock to
examine it.
"No, it's never meddled with," he
remarked with a chuckle. "Ten
years is a very long time for a mania
to live on wine-but he was very
fond of wine-very-hia, ha!"
1 looked at Parton in amazement,
much puzzled as to the purport of
his words and mannerr.
Hie turned to ime with a quick
"A thousand pardons!" he said.
"Y n think my actions strange. But
-shall I?-" a wild flash in hiseyes.
"Yes, Mr. Hope, you shall have the
story. I must tell it to some one.
It's too good to keep. Ha, ha!"
"Take a seat," he continued,
pushing a cask towards me, uponi
which I dropped,. not certain that 1
was not in the presence of a nmadman.
Taking up a bottle, fihe brushed the
cobwebs irom it, then, breaking off
lie nerk, passed it to me, saying:
"Take a pull. It's damp in this
cellar, and this will take the chill oatt
of your blood. This is an excellent
wine-it was a favorite brand wih
nuii Pakfo'tss-- a, aii;a and Jul-,
-. 1,-> 1 1 taial|il-7 '.f'-"-'--- r \, a>
His laugh made me shiver. It
sounded like the exultation of a
fieud. But I declined the wine and
Parton himself drained the bottle.
You've never heard of Judson
Pickford," lie asked.
"No. "
"Of course not. That was before
you came, and it isn't likely that.ex-
cellent Messrs. Dillard & Hatch
would mention hinim to you. But they
could tell you a great deal about
Judson if they were so disposed."
-'Judson Pickfo.d was a strange,
dark man. I met him first in soci-
ety in Baltimore, and strange to say,
many declared that there was strong
resemblance between Picktord and.
Parton. Be that as it may, fate de-
creed that we should both love the
same girl-beautiful, winsome Mabel
Raymond. I loved her from the
hour we first met, and I've no doubt
my rival's passion was as intense as
my own. I was a rich wine mer-
chant, vnd Pickford a wealthy, bril-
liant stock-broker. Both of us vow-
ed to win Miss Raymond, but from
the first I saw that she favored Pick-
ford's suit. This made me hate my
rival with the deepest hatred. Alter
they were married I went about lor
months like one stupefied. In losing
tlhe only woman I loved I lost all in-
terest in life. I drank heavily, but
the more I drank the more I felt my-
self urged on to revenge. Then I
began to lay plans for Pickford's
When he and his wife were in Eu-
rope I saw an excellent chance to
mature my scheme for his destruc-
tion. 1 first converted all my prop-
erty into cash. Then I came to this
secluded place and had this house
built where 1 might live apart from
the world I hated. Afterward I went
to Dillard & Hatch and placed five
hundred thousand dollars in their
bank. I knew Dillard to be a noted
schemer, so I took him into my con-
fidence, and got his promise to help

heart. ie moved inio plainer quar-
ters and took up the practice of law,
a profession which lie I ad followed
before lie became a stock-broker. But
my vengeance was not yet satisfied.
Mind you, though, I took paiha nev-
er to let him suspect I was even
most remotely connected with the
cause of hi ruin.
"Just when Pickford was having
his halde't struggle I went to him
with an offer to start him in busi-
ness. He gratefully accepted my of-
for. I sent him alone to New York
witat a large sum of money Then,
disguising mysif, I followed him. In
i he city I .iweoveo my dl4januixo and
unught out Pickford, telling hult I
had changed my plans for him. 1
4direeted him to come here the next
niahlt, but to tell no one of our hns-
iness. He kept the appointment.
We met at the station six miles
below the hills, and walked here to
this house. It was a very dark
night. No one saw us. He was
fond of wine, so aftei I had urged
many a glass upon him I candncted
him to this vault. In his drunken
conlii.,tii I had no trouble to, get hkn
to enter it. Then I shut and locked
that irnii door lupn him. He liad
only a cask of wine to keep himn
company. That was ten years ago,
and that door has never been opened
si cC." a
A low laugh from the narrate r
ended hiis grewsome tale, while a
glainl of fiendish triumph flitted
across his swarthy face.
A cold chill crept tip my spine,
and I arose involuntarily.
Was there truth in this alfnl
narration, or was it merely the rav-
ings of a manaaiac?
I wholesome tale to go to bed
on, e, el, Mr. Hope? Ha, ha!" he
laughed, as he arose andl led the way
When 1 was alone in the room
whorem I was to spend tlie night, I
dLCil.h l 1a Il aihe a ise ~lidch L'aitaisi.

horrible htory to which I had list -
Next in ring, while I was de-
spatching an early breakfast, Negro
Je andil Parton carried out a cask of
wine, which they placed in my

Jnst before starting, my strange
host hani led me a sealed letter, say-

*-ive tl.is to Dillard. and tell him
I lihpe he'll find the wine superb.
Gool-by, Mr. Hope, and waved
me off.
Wh,-n I reached the bank I gave
the letter to Mr. Dillard. As he
read it his face turned a sickly hue
and his month twitched nervously.
Recovering himself, however, he or-
dered Hatch and me to open the
cask which Parton had sent him.
We obeyed at once. As the top
of the cask was broken open, we
started back in horror.
There, preserved in wine. was a
human head-the head and face of
Caleb Parton, the recluse million-
Then Dillard explained that
his letter was from Judson Pick-
ford, who with the help of Negro Joe,
who hated his harsh master, Caleb
Parton, had effected his escape from
the vault. But a month later, his
wife having died, Pickford returned
one dark night and killed thle man
who had so cuelly ruined him. The
head of his enemy had been put in
the cask of wine to send to the bank-
er, who had aided in accomplishing
his financial ruin. With peculiar
cunning, he had appropriated not
only the name and looks of Parton,
but his property and bank account
as well. In carrying out this decep-
tion he had a faithful ally in Negro
It was Picktord himself who had
related the dark story to me. It
seemed almost incredible. A visit to
the lonely stone house with two of-
ficers discovered a headless body in
theo vault. But Pickford and his


"Not If It Were 3ly Boy.,"
Some years ago the late 1Horac4
Mann. the eminent educator: delivl'ed
an address at the opening of some re-
fornatory Institution for UBOys during -
which he remarked that if only one
boy wias saved from ruin It wulil pa.
for all tht cost and "bare *nd tabor of
establishing such ani institution as tbatr
1.fter the exercises had tlohedu; IA pritC
vate couversaiion. a gentleumn rallied
'ir. Maun upon his'statement and said
'o him:
"Did you not color that a little WheA
you said that all that expesae anid lai
bor would be-repaid if it only saved
me boy?"
"Not if It were- my boy." was itab
iolemu and convincing feplyl

Bismarce's Appetite.
Among other amusing reminiscences
of llr i 1.-I10" ft V ir,- it.iarna.k ar 'ia :uing
lu I,. i .I.,.Un .rr, 's *"M evll ii-a lF the .
Irc-n ( :i;]cellor" is one nrlting to thr
latter's gdrgallluau si.apaclt., for eating
and lrinkicg. I, l i olds rthe .utlhor thlit
the largest nuinli-r .f ,rsytr ba lie ever
ate was I17T. He first ordered 25; theti,
as they were very good, 50 more, and;
consuming these, determined to eat
nothing else and ordered another huni
dred. to the great amusement of tho56
present. Bismarck was then 296 atd
had just returned from England.
Puzzled the Porter.
The pet fad of a certain actress id
shoes, and she never travels without a
pair i f shoe l trv, in her satcuel. Un
*e:!;ai she ':was touring the west. When
lie wout to ld iu in te 1ullai.tn thE
Uiral nigiih eastwardal from Lhntte. sho
took ol hlier li-ini walking boots nnlad
as her enu.;tOUi is, slipped tilhe trees lutd
thieu ana set te!lael under the edge of
the bLi rth. It was broad daylight when
4he was awakened by tile respectful
andil sOillt.iNal awestricken voice of
the porter. Slihe drew the 'Ortainl
aside and looked out, into the aisle,
1'he porter was standing there, holding
the shoes In his hand.
"Here they Is. lady," he said.
"Well. Just put them down under thde
berth, please," said she. The man hela
itated a moment.
"Can you-can you put them on by
youse'f?" he asked.
"What, the shoes?" asked the lady.
"No, miss," answered the porter. "1
means your feet. Ain't these yere
things feet?"
Since then she has carried the ghast-
ly looking boot trees In her trunk.-l
Washington Post.

The Wrong Bird.
A certain conjurer once had an expe-
rience which was highly comical,
though quite disastrous fiom a profes-

vlousl enlmpty bag, he announced that
he wild follow up this trick by bring-
Ing from the hag the hen by which the
egg had betin laid. This little arrange-
ment he had left to his confederate to
carry out.
IIe proceeded to draw the bird from
the bag in which It had previously beeff
placed, but what was his consternation
on finding that the alleged hen was an
old rooster, which strutted about the
stage with ruffled feathers and offend-
ed dignity and set up as vigorous a
crowing as if he had just awakened
from his nocturnal slumbers.
The whole audience shrieked with
laughter, anad the unfortunate conjurer *
innl sa "boll" for hia i'ressing ooUm.

,--.i in .1 ill iM it.



Ask your physician this ques-
tion, "What is the onegreat
e remedy for consumption?"
SHe will answer, "Cod-liver 7
s oil." Nine out of ten will
answer the same way.
I Yet when persons have =
consumption they loathe all
5 fatty foods, yet at is neces-
sary for their recovery and
they cannot take plain cod-
liver oil. The plain oil dis-
turbs the stomach and takes r
5 away the appetite. The dis-
agreeable fishy odor and
taste make it almost unen-
Sdurable. What istobe done?
This question was ans-
5 wered when we first made

: of Cod-Liver Oil with Hypo-
phosphites. Although that
was nearly twenty-five years ,
ago, yet it stands alone to-
Sday the one great remedy *
Sfor all affections of the throat
and lungs. _
The bad tas'and odor have been

nia, grippe and throat and lung troubles. frainm the sacks upoi the floor and
Its early use prevents consumption. It c ted it carefilv.
is the only harmless remedy that gives Cainted it carefnly.
immediate relief, R. F. Brackin & Sou. "Correct!" I heard him chuckle to
himself. as he flmig the refilled sacks
An Embarrassing Situation. int- tie safe,
Dibbs (facetiouslyr-This is a picture te
of my wife's first husband. After I had finished mny lunch,
Dobbs-Great snakes! What a Parton exhibited two fine pipes and
brainless looking idiot! But I didn't invited i to join him it a smoke.
knoy your wife was married before 1 t1 d t ta am i a s k.
she met you? "Excuse my oversight. There's
Dibbs-She wasn't. That is a picture not a drop of wine left in this decan-
of myself at the age of 20.-London ter," he said, after examining it,

--a 5-"-:- -

ally ha 1 disappeared.-A. H. Gibson.

Spreading Happiness.
"I have but one rule that I follow ab-
solutely In this life, and that Is to make
other people as happy as possible."
"Well," he replied, "you ought to be
t gratified then at what I heard a young
lady say the other day."
I "What was that?"
"She said that whenever she saw you
dancing she had to laugh."-Chicago
STimes-Herald. .. .

" taken away, the oil Itself has been
partly digested, and the most sen.
I sitive stomach objects to it barely. 5
Not one in ten can take and digest
Sthe plain oil Nine out of ten can F
take SCOTrS EMULSION and di.
S gestI. Thatrs why it cures soI
many cases of early consumption.
Even in advanced cases it brings g
comfort and greatly prolongs life.
5oe. and $%.oo, 1 druggst.
SSCOTT & OWNE,Chemists, New York.
"-lil0* .Mtt Ut n H A ls- 11 a im

NoTi.-It must lhe remembered that the
wind is not a wholly reliable motive pow-
er and if the sailors sometimes find it im-
possible to make schedule time it must be
charged to the elements-; they do the best
tkie eean.

The steamer Alpha came in Sat-
urday from (Mobile bringing the re-
turning Mardi Gras excursionists and
heavy freights for S.t. Andrews busi-
ness hou:nes.
The schooner Nettie arrived Fri-
day evening from Pensaco!a with ans
immense cargo of freight, and sailed
out again yesterday morning with
two passengers.
The schooner HenMpstead arrived
from Pensacola on Thurscay of last
week and after discharging freight at
Brae':i i'ih wi.rf ,pioceded up E:ist


Leaves St. Andrews Bay every Tuesday,
leaves Pensacola every Friday,
(weather permitting). Special atten-
tion will be given to receiving and
forwarding freight tor parties living on
East and North Hay, passengers for
points on either arm of thle Bay can
depend upon securing prompt trans-
portation at reasonable rates. For
further irfortnat iowapply to
L. M. W~As, Agr.

JAPT. D. M. WirTHartfL.
carries the East Bay Mail between St.
Andrews Bay, Wetappo and intermedi-
ate points. Leaves St. Andrews daily
(except Sunday) at6:00 a. m.; arrive at
Wetappo at 12:30 p. m.; leave Wetappo
at 1:00p. in.; arrives at St. Andrews at
7:30 p. m. Makes landings regularly at
Harrison, Cromanton, Parker, Pitts-
burg, and Farmdale. Freight landed at
any postoffice wharf. For passenger and
freight rates, see rate card in the sev-
eral postoffices.

To the Deaf.---A rich lady, cured
of her Deafness and Noises in the Head
by Dr. Nicholson's Artificial Ear Drums,
gave S 10.000 to his Institute, so that
deaf people unable to procure the Ear
Drumis mavy have them free. Address No.
12'1I The Institute, 780 Eighth avenue,
New York.

A Week's WIentlher.
The f ollon iug table gives the maxi-
l~lllm nmil'.,n si 1 o . u- u --i -

,5J ->..-ipr--'-,C-.w'ny- ouir hour', enti.ni.
at 7 o', ii,,-k p. ntm. as indicated by U. S.
government Lelf-reLei.ntergn, thermom-
eters. Maa\:Min. Mean. R'n W'd
S Fo'b. -N 62 54 58 1.49. e
March 1 57- 48 52 .00 w
" 2 59 33 46 .00 w
3 60 41 51 .00 ne
It 4 67 45 56 .00 so
S" 5 68 44 56 .00 se
"4 6 70 43 57 .00 se
Forweek...-6| .J44 [ 54 11.42 |

Parker Lodge No. 142

Regular (Comnmiuni-
V nations on- the. first
Sl and third' Saturday
11i in dachl mointhr.
Visitirrg Brothers
W. A,. EMMOmS8, Secretarv

Lewis Dennis, Salem, Inf., says, "Kod-
o Dysapepsia Cure did mo mere good
tt'in anything I ever took." It digests,
what you eat and cannot help but cure
dyspepsia and stomach troubles. R. F.
Brackin & Son.

The Hair in tlhe Watch.
Superfluous hirsute adornments are
unpopular with women, especially
when they take the form of incipient
mustaches. Men, as a rule, are not so
sensitive, but a hairy individual, who
must have been a lineal descendant of
Esau, inasmuch as he actually had
whiskers growing out of his ears, had
a rather harrowing experience in a
ftal:'ii)on::t1:l C(hestnut street jewelry
store. le want.-d to buy a watch, tl'e
best in the place, and a very elaborate
timepiece was shouL' to h4m by the
salesman. It was said to be an ex-
rlient tlinl!;oiipr "We have had It
ft stock for quite awhile." explained
the salesman, "and can guarantee that
It won't vary a fraction of a second.
We've never allowed it to run down."
The prospective purchaser, who look-
ed like a prosperous mine owner from
the west, had been examining the
Works and casually placed the watch to
fils ear. "Never run down, hey?" he
ejaculated. "Why, It's stopped now."
"That's very strange," said the sales-
The man again placed the watch to
lils ear to make sure, and then the
fr*th became apparent. The hair which
protruded from his ear had intruded
Ihto,'te works and stopped the delicate
mechanism. The salesman didn't like
tb explain matters, and his delicacy
eost him the sale of the watch.-Phila,-
delphia Record.

Brave Men Fall
V'ictdms to stomach, liverand kidtaey
*oubles as well as women'.. and all feel
the results ino loss of appetite, poisons
ifi the blood, backache, nervousness,
Headache and, tired, listless run down
fthllng, But there's no- need to feel
Wlike that. Listen to'J. W. Gardner; ikla-
ville, Ind. He says: 'IElectric Bitters
are just the thing for a man when he is
all run down, and don't care whether he
lives or dies. It did more to give me
strength and good appetite than any-
thing I could take. I can now sat any-
thing and have a now lease on life."
only .t0 cents at all drug stores. Every
lattle guarait..ed.


-Look at Mauger's Advertisement.
-For Furniture, Springs, Mattress-
es, etc., go to T. C. Danford's.
-The L. B. Q will cure a cold in one
day For sale at the Pioneer Drug
-A marriage license was issued last
Monday to F. S. Higginbothern ai.d
Eliza Jane Weeks of Bayhead.
-Rev. Mcllwain will fill his regular
appointment in the Presbyterian
church next Sunday morning and even-
-The Kalamazoo Celery lNerve and
Blood Tonic is the best. A guarantee
certificate goes with every bottle. For
sale at the Pioneer Drug Store, St. An-
drews Bay.
-Parker lodge No. 142 F. &A. M. will
meet in regular communications next
Saturday at 1 o'clock p. m. Visiting
Masons in good standing are invited to
pai ticipate.
-Capt. E. Hand has bought of R. W.
Willcox his lot on Cincinnati street and
Mr. Willcox ha3 purchased the A. J.
Trisket cottage and grounds on .COm-
merce avenue.
-Our correspondents will please near
in mind that their favors must be mailed
early enough to reach us not later than
Monday eveiiin :.oth,'..-r '-e they (tii ..t'
apnear in the current issue.
-Bring your ordinary school ink bot-
tle to the Buoy office and for 5c get it
filled with Arnold's celebrated Chem-
ical Writing Fluid-the very best ink
made. Must have your own cork.
-Just received the finest stock of
perfume, candies. genuine maple su-
gar, figs, dates, prunes, English car-
rants, apple butter, quince butter mince
meatin bulkat the Pioneer Drug Store.
-The box social held at Ware's Hall
last Thursday night was, owing to un-
favorable weather and Insufficient no-
ticc, not so pronounced a success as ii
would have been .had the conditions
been different.,
-Handsome letter heads with St
Andrews Bay date line and views o
either St. Andrews Bluff, or Buena Vista
Point, at 8c. per dozen: also map of the
St. Andrews Bay country on back of a
letter sheet at 12c. per dozen, at the
Buoy office
-It you are thinking of buying prop
erty in St. Andrews or immediate vi-
cinity, you cannot afford to pur'chasi
until you have conferred with the pro
prietorof the BuoY. If you are short o
money and want to buy on longtime for
actual settlement you can be accommpo
-L. T. Travis, agent Southern R. R,
Selina, Ga., writes, "I cannot say toC
much in praise of One Minute Cough
Cure. In my case it worked like '
charm." The only harmless remedy
that gives immediate results. Cure
coughs, colds, croup, bronchitis, ant
all throat and lung troubles R. F
Brackin & Son.
- Tlie B-The h:io a liri- t:.] .-,Ili'v ,:,

mS.:a e a ,. ,,,.,. 1I),,,
This cane ir.3w ten feet high and two
inches through at the base on the Buoy
Farm the past season, and is very rich
in saccharine matter. If ordered by
mail, add 1c per ounce for postage.
Also a few Nonesuch strawberry plants
for sale at 50c. per hundred.
-Taxes for 1S99 became dne Nov. 1.
and all those who are depending upon
the Buoy to attend to the payment of
theirs will, of course, remember thatif
they have a sufficient tax account cred-
it to cover the amount, the payment
will certainly be attended to; but if
they have not such credit and satisfac-
tory arrangement to that end have not
been made, they just as surely will not
be paid by the Buoy.
-We have saved many doctor bills
since we began using Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy in our home, We
keep a bottle open all the time and
whenever any of my family or myself
begin to catch cold we begin to use the
Cough Remedy, and as a result we nev-
er have to send away for a doctor and
incur a large doctor bill, for Chamber-
lain's DCough Remedy never fails to
cure. It is certainly a medicine of
great merit and worth.-D. S. MEAR-
KLE, General Merchant and Farmer,
Mattie, Bedford county, Pa. For sale
by L. M. Ware, St. Andrews and
Bavhead and all medicine dealers.
-A good big Tablet for 8 cts and a
good thick school tablet with 175 leaves
for 10cts; all with handsome covers and
good, ruled paper, at the Buoy office.
-The largest watermelon ever
grown, weighing 149- pounds, was:pro-
duced from W. M. Girardeau's "Tri-
umph" seed the past season. The Buoy
has a few packages of the seed of these
wonderful melons, and will give, while
they last, as a premium to every sub-
scriber of tht Buoy, b ho asks for them
and pays $1 for a year's subscription,
(either new or renewal), seeds enough
of these great melons to plant twenty-
five hills. Order at once and say you
want Triumph watermelon seeds. The
Buoy has also a few packages of Giant
Beggar Weed seed, which will be given
to subscribers on the same conditions.
State whether you wish melon or beg-
gar weed seed, for only one of the pre-
miums will be sent with one year's
subscription. Take vour choice and be
sure you name your wish, or neither
will be sent.
When Horaes Go to Sleep.
It Is not generally known that at
least four out of every ten horses do
not lie down to sleep. The horse that
sleeps in a. standing position rests one
leg at a time, depending on the other
three to sustain the weight of his body.
The habit is a very dangerous one. On-
ly a short time since a fine horse in the
stables of a big manufacturing concern
Went to sleep while standing in his
stall and fell heavily to the floor, break-
ing one of his legs,. A great many
horses are permanently injured as a re-
sult of accidents of this nature, and
there Is no way of curing them of the

Sudden Death ot John Knott.
Our little .olony of Peoria visitors
are enshrouIdedl in tlie deepest gloom
b t..ai-,.V f tile sutdlen da t l of* their
beloved', fl iL-I.I,'com panioll and towns-
man, Mr. John Knott. On attempt-
ing ho arise from his bed easily last
Monday morning, Mr. Haworth, his
houseinate and comnipaniion noticed
him catching on to the bedistead, to,
keep) from calling and hlie hastened to
assist hlimn to return to it. He soon
became unconscious, in which condi-
tion lie remained until early Wed-
nesday morning, when lie expired,
his death being due to paralysis of
tl.e throat and tongue, wh;ch rapidly
spread over his entire system.
Mr. Knott was one of St. Andrews'
most highly esteemed winter visitors
and the shock of his death w1ll be as
keenly telt by every citizen here as it
is by his Peoria friends and noigh-
burs. His age is not definitely
kIrnow'n iv the Blov. but it must be

Causes For Suicide In China.
So far as I have been able. to ascer-
tain, the causes of suicide in China are
not, as in Europe, profound melan-
cholia, heavy l<,--s oir dinlip- .,tiut.-ijl
in love, but 'Ii' il1y rev,-gU' and the de-
sire to inflict serious injury on another.
Suicide enables a Chinese to take a
truly terrible revenge, for he believes
that his spirit will malignantly haunt
and injure the living, and the desire to
save a suicide's life arises in most cases
not from humanity, but from the hope
of averting such a direful catastrophe.
If a master offends his servant or
makes hfm "lose face" or a shopkeeper
his assistant or apprentice, the surest
revenge is to die on the premises, for it
not only involves the power of haunt-
ing and of inflicting daily injuries, but
renders it necessary that the body
should lie where death occurs until an
official inquiry is made, which brings
into the house the scandal and turmoil
of a visit from a mandarin with a body
of officials and retainers.
It is quite common for a man or wo-
man to walk into the courtyard of a
person against whom he or she has a
grudge and take a fatal dose of opium
there to insure these desirable results!
-Mrs. Bishop's "The Yangtse Valley
and Beyond."

-omewhero between 70 and 80 years, A Perfect Pit.
A dispatch has been firwarded tI Ayoung fellow on the South Side has
ASt.pch l-:slia. bte.e. t.o- t- alno. ldfa shloned south-
St.iii !i,.:,l l k ') ..-r ,I 1'..n. 1 t ,f7-- fa PI .want tl,,...,
pertiut to remove the i I..rn-iii iii a ri tir.:.l i u,-ae.d andu pressed today,"
they will be enclosed in ,.1 till,-h he said,. l5inting to a rather loud strip-
case and sent to his l,ume at I't,, ..,J garment tbE. Jeff had long had his
eyes on. "All' right, sah," said Jeff,
li, 111ith a sigh.
**5 Next morning Jeff brought the trou-
The Skill of a Mouse. sers back, with a big grease spot still
One day a naturalist lay motionless prominent on one knee. "Can't you
on a fallen log in the forest and silent- get that .spot out?" said the owner of
ly watched an animal at play in the tht, trousers. "No, sah."
grass near by. This was a large, "Did you try turpentine?" "Fo' de
brown backed mouse, a meadow 'Lawd, I done sacchurated 'em wid
mouse, that had come out from his turpentine."
home under the log and when tir. ,I i t "Did you try coal oil?" "Yes, sah;
play had sat up to make his t. i.t po'ed a quart ob lIe on 'em."
Using his forepaws as hands, the "Did you try a hot iron?" "Puty
mouse combed the white fur on hIs nigh bu'nt 'em up!"
breast and licked himself smooth And "Did you try benzine?" "Done tried
sleek. Satisfied at length with his ap- benzine an kerosene, an all the other
pearance he began to search for food. zines, an 'tain't tech dat grease spot."
HIe did not have far to go, for a few "Well, did you try 'em On?"' queried
stalks of wheat grew among the thick the master, with a twinkle in his eyes.
weeds near at hand. The mo was "Yes sah," replied Jeff, with alacrity,
so large that hlie could probably have "an dey's a puffect fit, grease spot an
bent the stalk down and brought the all, sah."-Chicago Inter Ocean.
grain within reach. If not, lie could
certainly have climbed the stalk. He A Three Cornered War.
did not try either of these plans, how- Whlen Colonel Cartwell was military
ever, for these were not his ways. governor of Norfolk under the Confed-
Sitting up very straight, he bit through era,:y in 1862, he ordered the British
the stalk as high up as be could reach. cn-il to. report for duty on the home
The weeds were so thick that the .giard. To this the Englishman object-
straw could not fall its full length, and (-.1 '...-n il. ground of being consul at
the freshly cut end settled down upon N.,r-foll:.
the ground, with the straw still erect 'To what government?" asked Colo-
and the grain out of reach. The mouse nel Cartwell.
again bit the straiv in two, and again 'T,. t- United States government,"
the upper portion settled (lown. In was the reply.
this way he bit off five lengths of "Biit you are in the Confederate
straw before he could bring the grain M-taIn-. and] you must show papers ac-
within reach of his paws. These fore- crd-i illirg -iou to the Confederate States
paws were very skillful little hands, of .\i, rn:t." said the colonel.
and he deftly husked a grain and ate "'riit twy government doesn't recog-
it, sitting erect and holding it to his nize ye, as a government," said the
mouth as naturally as a boy would consul.
hold an apple.-Our Animal Friends. 'Very well, then; my government
dVesn't recognize you as consul,"
WorlT --TN i_ aud D klY 1--1 .I.. --* ,, .1

Life Pills. Every pill is a sugar-coated At this the peacefully' disposed con-
globule of health, that changes weak- sul threatened to have a gunboat come
ness into strength, listlessnes into en- a bombard the place before he would
erc-v. brain-fag into mental power.
T"l]'- wonderfdl in building up the serve.
health. Only 25 cts per box. Sold by "That's just what I'd like to see,"
all druggists. returned the colonel cheerily, "for then
----- ~ the United States will fight you. as she

Qunestlons and Answers.
A school inspector well known for
his weight was trying to extract the
word "flesh" from a class. His efforts
had failed, but, taking hold of his fat
cheekbetween his thumb and forefin-
ger, he pulled it out and asked:
"What's this?"
'File itlll"tritatri'g answer came
o.)roinl)ptly. "'I'orik. sir."
Tlih santo insp)ctot(', was once giving
!u olilj'ct lesson on an utibrella. To il-
uItrnIte his suliject lie took his own
;illk tilbr;l'la. which hliip)uned to have
i ;!n: II hol) in it.
"W'~n is lis. lioys?"
"* n t '(' l sir." .
"A.ud wl'bi is thi:s?"
"T'he stirk. Kh'." "
" A n ll i<'!. -? "' "' '"
"Tle rils. sir."
"'WVihi whl:t is it covered?"
Sil" (.e.

"Sir-sly you know. What kind of an
il )(TIl wonlil you call it?"
"An otil 'lmi. sir."-(;ood Words.
G. H. Appleton, justice of the peace,
Clarksburg, N. J., says, "DeWitt's Little
Early Risers are the best pills made for
constipation. We use no oth-,s."
Quickly cnres all liver and bowel troub-
les. R.F. Brackin & Soxn.

Danger of Being Too Obliging.
The other evening, while attending a
lecture, Howard Tomkins observed, sit-
ting three seats in front, a man whom
he recognized as an intimate acquaint-
ance. Tomkins requested the person
who occupied the sent next to him to
lean forward and poke the other indi-
vidual with his stick. The polite stran-
ger at once obligingly did so.
When the disturbed person turned
his head a little to find out the cause of
the poke, Tomkins discovered his mis-
take-that he was not the person he
had taken him for.
Fixing his attention steadfastly on
the lecturer and affecting complete un-
consciousness of the whole affair, Tom-
kins left the obliging man with the
stick to settle with the other for dis-
tir-bance. There was, as may be readi-
ly imagined, a ludicrous and embar-
rassing scene, during the whole of
which Tomkins evidenced the pro-
foundest possible interest in the lec-
At last the man with the stick asked
in aggrieved and indignant tones:
"Didn't you teil me. sir, to poke that
man with my stick?"
"I certainly did," replied the una-
bashed Tonmkins.
"I wanted to see if you would poke
him or not." was the audacious an-
swer.-Pearson's Weekly.

claims that Norfolk is still part of the
Uniou, and between England and the
United States fighting we shall go
free." -
At last the consul appealed to Mr.
Benjamin, the Confederate secretary
of war, who ordered his exemption
from L jilItVy duty, and the "three
cornered war" so desired by Colonel
Cartwell never came to pass.-Youths

The Candy of rird's Nest.
Tb' t'followi-ing is a .t;alii)le of I.n" -;-hl
as she is spoke or wrote at Wuhu. 160
itiles (t) tilt' Yangse:
The Candy is prcpnrtd of Bird's-nest, which
was fai oto s in .11 the l i iv )tri We n:..i e it used
Mith ,ll)uites to, take i1w- ilrity awsay, and then
put it into l1suar, tlhore is a greater of '1etness,
Inna'ani'e. all: w!mitonf'ss. ev-r-y old and young
aii a e ought to iat, for it c(an make strong.
> inre are two kinds of loxes. one of them the
price- is i\vn Jis;tar- ai(t thi otwh'.r is four dollars.
St)rtm ( vI N\ it ntt' l an RsI:uS NeiWr & Co.
No. 147. Nanking Road.
-London (< i".

It is very hard to stand idly by and see
our dear ones suffer while awaiting the
doctor. An Albany (N. Y.) dairyman
called at a drui .t-..r. there for a doctor
to come and see his child, then very sick
with croup. Nlt. finding the doctor in, he
left word for him to come at once on his
return. .H e -L..-i .ii a bottle of
(1, .tr. i,.-i l, 10'0 .,;tn ,'gh Reimedy, which lie
hoped would giye some relief until the
doctor should arrive. In a few hours he
returned, saying the doctor need not
come, as the hilld ,. huch better. The
druggist, Mr. Ofto Scholz, says the fami-
ilv has since recommended Chamberlain's
Cough Remepy to their neighbors and
friends until he has a constant demand
for it from that prt [of the country. For
sale by L. M. \\ ire. St. Andrews and
Bayhead and all medicine dealers.

Tenaut Wanted
At the BUOY FARM adjoining
Pittsburg, on East Bay. An honest,
industrious man with small family
will be given a good lay-single man
preferred. Call or ad ires the Buoy,
St. Andrews, at once.


-r Reliable man for Manager of
Ether was known to the earliest scl- Branch Oitie I Uishl to open in this
vicinity, Good op'en1ng for an ener-
To Cure a Coldi n One iDay getic sober man. Kindly mention
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. thts paper when Iitillg.
All druggsits refund the money if it i
fails to cure. E. W. GROVE'S sina- A. 'T. l,,.orri*.. C,1l1nati, 0.
tureon every box. 25c. 1 ii'trated 9.'ata,'gle 4 cts. postage.




Chinese artists cannot paint an ani-
rmai without making a caricature,
Whlerean their Hower pictures are not
only true to life in form and color, but
show a loving study of detail

Red Hot From the Gun
Was the ball that hit G. B. Steadman
of Newark, Mich., in the eivil war. It
caused horrible ulcers that no treat-
ment helped for 20 years. Then Buck-
len's Arnica Salve cured him. Cures
cuts, bruises, burns, scalds, felons,
corns, skin eruptions. Best pile cure on
earth. 25 cts. a box. Cure guaranteed
Sold by all druggists.

A Conjurer at Colombe.
Our conjurer's appearance placed
him at once above the suspicion of con-
cealing anything up his sleeve, for
sleeve he had none. Ills dress was a
scant white drapery which began at
the shoulders and ended at the knees,
leaving both arms and legs uncovered.
Placing himself on the deck directly
In front of us, with his boy assistants
a little way off on either side, he be-
gan operations.
First he spread on the deck a small
cotton pocket handkerchief. Thereon,
in the form of a small hillock, he put
two handfuls of loose friable earth, in
which he planted the mango seed. This
accomplished, he dispatched a boy
with a flat tin for water, in the mean-
time taking a hooded snake from a
shallow basket and waving it-the
while it hissed angrily and enlarged
its neck-over the little mound of soil,
as he did so chanting on a strange pipe.
The water fetched, he sprinkled a few
drops on the earth, then covered the
heap with a small square of fringed
turban cloth.
After again repeating his incanta-
tions he lifted the top covering and re-
vealed a tiny green shoot, not unlike
the first appearance of a bean above
the ground.-PIr I ,.-.,.>i,

Letting Well Enough Alone.
Bobbs-I see that a man has invent-
ed a typewriter that you just sit down
and talk to and It writes out every-
thing you say.
Dobbs-I guess I'll keep mine. She
doesn't write everything I say, and I'm
glad of it.-Baltimore American.

1 o oI i III o f It 1 o


a remedy for female troubles is :
S. F.P. :
For any affection of the womb or ovaries,-
leucorrhcea, tumors, painful monthlles orf:
sterilty. TUMOR REMOVED.
z The wife of one of my customers was so
badly afflicted with tumor of the womb that
she was unable toego about. After using
Stlhree bottles of G. F. P. the tumor was ex--
Spelled and her rapid gain of healthwas some-
tihing remarkable after that.
Z Ratcliff,Tex. J. H. RATCLIFF. a
Try G. F. P. at once. It willmakeyou
strong, vivacious, regular and cure you
2 of any form of female weakness.
S Write to our LADIES HEALTHCII I'B in charge of
ladies exclusively. Kxplaih all about your case and
they will advise you fully on how to regain your
health. Address "LADES HEALTH CLrlI"eareof
a "i ERSTLE CO., Chattanu.og, Tesm.
If your dru gist does not handle G. F. P. ask
him to send for it, otherwise send us your ord sr
and 81.00 and we will supply you direct.
L. GERSTLE & CO., Chattanooga, Tein.
* ol- 44S 1 -1 n 10 I

"The Sent The Sen!"
We all went one day. says W. J. Still-
man in The Atlantic. to Coney Island,
on the southern shore of Long Island.
sin(-e a popular bathing place for New
York, but then a solitary stretch of
seashore, with a few bathing boxes
and a temporary structure where bath-
ers might get refreshments.'
We drove out in my brother's buggy,
and as at a turn in the road I caught a
glimpse of the distant sea horizon I
rose in the buggy, shouting, "The sea,
the sea!" and in an uncontrollable fren-
zy caught the whip from my brother's
hand and slashed the horse In wild de-
lirinum, unconscious of what I was do-
ing. The emotion remains Ineffaceable
after more than threescore years, one
of the most vivid of my life.
And how ecstatic was the sensation
of the plunge into the breakers, holding
fast to my brother's hlana, and then the
race up the beach before the next
comber. trembling lest it should catch
tne. is if it were a living thing ready to
devour me. T'lhy never come hack,
>(':t~ ftrst emotions of chilldhood, and
tlhol:-z) I htve loved tlije sea ill my life
I hI'ev never again felt the sight of it
3S thu-mt.

Mrs. C0. E. VanDeusen, of Kilbourn e
Wis., was afflicted with stomach trouble
and constipation for a long time. She
says, "I have tried many prerarationa'
but none have done me the good that
Chamberlain's Stomach Tablets have."
PThese Tablets are for sale by L. M. Ware,
St. Andiews and Bayhead and alHl medi-
cine dealers.- Price 25 cents. Samples

I ..AS -I STOl -: I L. Uli'i'Kl


Shot Out of Turn. B %. B %ACK[N.
A former member of tile Gordon
highlanders relates the fuIllown ane-
dote in connection with oiwy of I he I I
Gordons who fought in the .Auglo-B,r ..
war of I-1 : Just before tl.e -hatnle of
Laingsnek the highlanders and a T'fr,-e
of the Boers were lying under cover
opposite each other. The highlanders
had been ordered to remain still and
hold their fire. Presumably the Boers \ "
had received similar commands, for,
with the exception of one burgher and
one Gordon, who could not refrain
from taking pot shots at so much of Crl
each other as they could descry, the
men on both sides were silent. --
For some time the Boer and the high-
lander referred to conducted a duel.
First the Boer would bob up from be-
hind his shelter, fire at the highlander's
cover and drop out of sight. The high- "/
lander would jumpI up, reply and then C
hurriedly hide himself. About 20 shots c
had been exchanged in that way when ()
an exclamation of pain burst from the
lips of the highlander. Ills left hand
had been shattered by one of the
Boer's bullets. .
"That serves ye richt, MacKenzie,"
said his sergeant. "Ye waur tell'd tae
be quiet."
"Hoot mon!" replied the highlander.
"IIoo did I ken he was gaen tae shoot "
not o' his turnn'"


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We have added a new line of Toilet Soaps!
Tar, Glycerine, Turkish Bath, Buttermilk, Castile and Other Kinds,
At from 5c per bx of 3 cakes to 400c. per cake. ,
You Will Find Us Headquarters for TOILET SOAPS.
And a New Lot of Writing Tablets--Most Anything You
Want, from 4c. to 1Oc. per Tablet.
We are selling Meal at 621c ler.lii.
Corn at 61e per bu. '
Chops at 60c per bn.
Fine Grade of Salmon at 12c peOr Can.
Best grade of Linseed Oil at 60c per gallon."
RED RIVER CHILL TONIC at 50c per bottle. -
CHAMPION CH1 LL CURE, a: 25c per bottle.
Our "HOffman H me" Cigar! is the ltean Ideal ofa sort smoke.

SOSE S Do You Love Roses?
r i Do You Want to Grow Them?
so iUTHLAN he bet, new i.l r ..parrs r
.the s thland,',mt..I r, t u cll ,ru. .tious for
Catalogu Free Upon Applicton. planting and -rtin, Ir 'bm. i also 4

S, ae lor to all others for the rose garden. If You h ir* i t uc.eelded in growinE
> beaiutjftl roses write to usa and we can tell you why. Adir d r




Corner of Bayview and Wyeming Avenues ot Bay Front.

Glassware. Tinware and Notibons!
What yolu can'" find at aiy other Store. come to ihie R A C0 'E T

8 TO R an.d get.

Bread, Pies and Cakes, Specialties.
_--_-__ .V G(i.0AIl), Pr.-priet(r.


PESAGOLA, Fla. Oppsite Waiting oim o( Unioi nDpnl,
Is the Place for Passengers Coing to and from


Rooms Comfortable! Terms Reasonable!

CGauilf SteanJsEhLip


Captain, JAs. E.CLARK.Rp

255 Tons Burden. Passenger Ca pacity 50,

Mobile to Andrews Ba. and 5 00 St Andrews Bay to A palachieCua.. 2 56
Mobile to .Cromanton .....
Apalachicola.......... 7 00 (A' rilbelle..... 3 0
Carrabelle ............ 8 00 Apalachicola to Carribelle. ... 7L
7th, 15th and 25th at7 p.m..........Mobile...........12th, 22d and 2d a.m.
5 St AndrewsBay ....)
7th. 17thand27th p.m. ....Cromanton..... ...I Jth, 21taanridlets a.
8th, 18th and 28th a.m...........Apalachicola........11th, 21st and ]st p.m
9th, 19th and 29th a.m...........Carrabelle.... 10th, 20th and 30th noon

Connects at Apalachicola with steamers up Chattahoochee River. At
Carrabelle with C. T. & G. Railroad for Tallahassee.
For further information, freight rates and special rates for large parties
Address, CAPT. ajAS. CLARK, lMobile, Alnhanib .


Cor. Buena Vista Avenue and

Is Prepared to Elnteltainh

ITePar and Traisint Gustsi

With Plesant Rooms
and Good Board at

PATENT hoiIet"
may be seared by
our aid. Address,
Baltimore. Md.
Subecrl.lulnsa I10 he Patent Record I mper aaum.
Ill in ltljl;t u re Ila ulc wi- IT IlilD 1I1'
any country In tlie- wurli. Gold. tfb-
rics. Jewels and splcos, for ages these
have been produced nnd found in this
land. One of the Indian princes own
Jewels valued at $15,000,0iW.

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Hats: and : Caps,





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ThuIrsdayT Mar. 9; 1900.

t;l!Ol.'I,"II ES.
Iegar, yhlb Tea, (i lb
GraumilAed...... 6 HeNd....... 55
C,,I, 5.1 4 ,t Gunpowder.. 40
1.t i.ii, .;.. 5 Uilcol'd Jap.40-60
.i'i',, OCond nilk, 1 can
Green.... 12(t20 Uiisweetin'a. 10
Arbuckle,l 12-t5 SweeteneRd i... 8
i'A",'t snaps 31625 Raking po der
Stek.i'. soda 10 Royal.. .. 50
.A ha.ei, |.lig 4a60 Caimphell.. 10
Sii.>- Cainned ft ,1\
l.,ii.lui. l tyersB8-15 Peaches I Da20
Valencia ...... Tomatoes. .S 1-
(ic ...... 6i Apples ........ 10
1, Ipple- Pears ......... 15
E:vap, ed .. 124 P lu s ......... 10
Dried I heI.' S .Apricot .... 10-s20
S .ji l U .11 .t ;.d. ...15 Strawber'ies... 20
|. l line ...10 l',111..pple- ., l-'n
lurid Sv ilI .. 40 Canned IMet i t
fi41,, v ... .. I R-1 044'st BRfef 1i5
tf.i g' ... -7 -* t---trmnrlT t-.
cheese 1' ib .. . hi-i d l e liln- .'1.
lter .... 25.'1 -3) Lol. tI.r ......
tiard...... -i840 Salmon ... ... 15
teans........... 4 Canned Vegetables
,lt ijauinit pl 10 Baked Bean,.. 10
Fiil IPu' iiini 10 Corn ...... 10@,15i
lell., gilsi 10 -.' Peas.......... 10
Lihneluiti .. .. .. pumpkin ..... 12
Eggs per d-iy. 15
Flour Pork
Am'itSwan 1J..2.25 D. S. pr lbt...... 71
SMaj.ric ... 2.75 Bacon Sides.. ...8j
Coia Mealpr lieO-.70 Fresh ....... 8it(i
Oat Meal pr lb. .. 5 Br'kf'st Bacon. 1 I
Corit per It... .55-60 Haiti canvassedl21
p potatoes Shlloulders ..... 10
Irish ... ... 1 201 Beef
Sarly Rt'se seed 1.20 Corned ........ 8
Sweet..... 75@80 Fresh.. ......88al0
att, pr sack. .. 85 Dried......... 25
Table ........ 5 Milk pr ilt ...... 10
Nails, ner. 3b3 Sa41 Ax,wilth handle. 75
Galv wire do.6a6i Hoes, each .... 35a50
Slanilla rope. ..9al2Copper paint, can 45
stoves cook,.,*8a25 Linseed oil, gal55@60
Pipe, per joint 15
Prints, per yd. 5a8 Checks ..... 5a5l,
Shleetings .... 5a9 Flannel ..... 15a40
Muslin....... 9a I Thread per spool. 5
leans ....... 1 5a45 Slhocs,ladies.$la2 75
Extra pants pat 225 Men's... $1 40a3 00
H'I, pr cwt. .75al.5 Oats pr hiu....... 55
Brat .......... 1.25 Brick pr M.. . .13.00
Ruope Sisl .... 7@9 Lime pr iibl...... 75
S rnliies pr dow.. Pecans pr Ib ..... 15
Apples........ 12 Walnuts. ..... 20
e m r. uin ....... 25 Almonds........ 15
ltiias,-11 pri.l,iti 1.50 Opened pr rqt .,. 15I
1 .1 VE STOCK.
fHorses... $14n1in1 Cows ....... 15 )25
Miles. ... l.:ni.i Hogs.. .. $3 t $4
Ixein pr iluk. .'i Sheep ........
t".A:l,,n-efi'h 1 5a25 Geese each. 45n50
I'arkeys.... 750.0.0 Ducks ....... 15a220
P O.W-... FISH.
Presh i Salt
MnlIet pr d.,, 25c Mullet pr 4111 4.50
Trout ....... ., 25 Trout. ...... 4.50f
Pompano pr 1. 6 Pomipano .... t10.00
Sturgeon ...... 10 Mackeral .... 8,00(

H-arl'i, rm. ..$14.00
Face ... 12.00
Sap ." lt),00
Drop siding,
HeinI face n m 14.00
*: .ii o 10.00
llif Inail.er.. -.P! *
Heart shiagleI, ,5U0
ap 1.50

Heart, in. ..$14.00
Face ... 12.011
Sap ... 10.00o
J^ x hin. Pr ...41 .0(>
hler, d.. $12@15.00
Latih, v i .... 2.001
BIoat tlnilier,

Dleat'ie.Cs (Jtutiot be Cilred
by local a.ppeliCtiaus. as they cannot
reach the diseased portions of the ear
There is only one way to ctre deafness
and lthait is b.y constitutional remedies.
Deafness is caused by an inflamed condi-
tion of il,e mucous lining of theEustach-
ean tube. When this tu'Le gets inflamed
you have a rumbling sound or imperfect
hearing, and when it is entirely closed
dea.lne~sis the result, and unless the in-
flaniuation can lie taken out and tI is tube
restored to its normal condition, hearing
will be destroyed forever; nine cases out
of ten. are caused by catarrh, which is
ioliiohi'g hut an inflamed condition of the
mucous surfaces.
We Aill give One Hundred Dollars for
-tn case of deafness (caused by catarrbh,
"'nt cannot be curtd by Hall's Catarrh
Care. Send for circulars free.
F. J. CI EN F & CO., Toledo, 0
Bold by Druggiit., 75e.
Hall'A Famnilv 'ills are the best.
VJItlque Weddina Present.
Most people know of the pe,.'uliar cir-
umsBtances under whibh Rubtlr Louis
Sterenson won uls wife. Hut ev-eu
more romantic and asiuunding ,tas the
unique wedding gift be .,i wiIth her.
When Stevenson met his future fate
at Barbizon. A famous artists' resort
near Paris, she was the wife of Mr.
Osborne, 'an Oakland gentleman. The
friendship thus formed led Stevenson
to pay a visit to California. He arrived
at Monterey In a dying condition, but
the loving care of Mrs. Osborne and
her sister, Nellie Van der Grift, gradu-
ally won him back to life. The nurs-
ing completed his Infatuation for the
lady-an Infatuation which he did'not
pretend to conceal Fortunately Os-
borne raised no objections. He not
only Agreed to the divorce, but with a
magnanimity rarely excelled actually
attended the wedding breakfast. There
he found his opportunity.
Mrs. Stevenson's one source of regret
was the positive loss of her son. Lloyd
Osborne. whom. of course, the father
had the right to claim. Osborne made
a happy speech. felicitating the newly
married couple, and wound up by offer-
Ing the most original of wedding pres-
ents. "To the bride," lie said. "I give
that which of all things Is nearest and
dearest to her heart, her own son."--
Headac-e often results from a disor-
dered condition of the stomach and cofi-
sionalion of tle ibow-ter. A dose or fwo
of C.'aiaml.crl:C i' Sfomach and Liver
'Il,leln wilte rriett t.ese disorders and
Ctre ihe hall,i irhe; Sold by L. 'd. Ware,
St. Andrews a.l h..t' head ad .all inedi, ine
dt1Ss .

Millions Given Away.
It is certainly gratifying to the pub
lie to know of one concern' in the land
who are not afraid to be generous ti
the needy and suffering. The proprie
tors of Dr. King's New Discovery for
consumption, coughs and colds, havi
given away over ten million trial bot
tles of this great medicine, and hay(
the satisfaction of knowing it has abso
lutely cured thousands of helple i
cases. Asthma, bronchitis. hoarsenes
and all diseases of the throat, chesi
ond lungs are surely cured by it. Cal
atn eay dPuggist and get a trial battle
free, regular size 50ttts and $1. Every
bottle guaranteed, oi- price refunded.

Corresponide:ice of the Buoy.
COOK, FtiA.i Mach 5, 1900,
Editor Buoy: Ti.inking a few
items fiotil this Land of Pritini.e
where CaptAin ;Jati aand lii. trinkets
are supposed to be buried and where
the sandl lies deep) and we ]lave
plenty to cit, might be (,f some il-
terest to your inany readers, I will
diii, yonut tithe very latest news on
a in platter itidile or tlie pirlipose.
The old log bridge near (lie old
mill -.itt) is beilig repaired and thel
near-by tliighl,.i~ are looking for-

I LI I t I .
,It. P gelit has l li his little
larin hero of twenty acre-s and has
purchased a grist'mill up on Moce.i-
sin Creek. lie intends moving his
family to their new lioume in a few
Eniil Schmnidt lias his large new
house well onil the road to completion.
When finished it will b'e a thing of
beauty al-I an ornament to the coun-
try anld neighiborliotod. Mr. S. has
just received from Monitgonmery VWard
& Co. oif Cli:ago, thility odd dollars'
worth (ifm :xed p:tiiits to be applied
upon thie illiposiig stinctiure.
J. J. o owler, ouir eflficillit piostas-
ter reports hlis postal business as
diti ishiing under hlis careful sutpervi-
sion. Thlie .flice work moves along
as s milutlio"y as butter runs down a
hot knife.
JOur estieineld mliister, Elder
.Iinus in, is delivering at this place a
cour o of instinctive chart Bibliecal
Silnliitils lon "Tlie lignli of the
T'ilnies," illustrating tile very near
approach lof the coniilig of the Mes-
Gcorige Linttoli has moved his fatn-
ily ini to iis ii w house. success to
yoin, Getorge, o il Inio. ,
A. 'i'. Cll iu las just received pt-r
ilie boat, lHeinipstead a Iresli batch of
goods for his vtol.'
A coli-red lreachler rioin Alab-iiia
camie liere ito piiach death anil de-
strucetitn oil one hand a id life ever-
lastinlg oil thli other to Iis Ii tie ebit-
ny-lhned flock of niigiattiry birds,
wlieni, lo! one, two, or more of his
flock came to liini ill the quiet liour
of the niglit, wili'e O(Jl Milirliell had
hint quietly wrapped i liis eannbrace
nd al n iolpriated Iiis weasel-nki
with all its contents, leaving the
ninlister wii'lout a farthing to go
lieice 1 to buy the i ecessaries of
life witli. W ell, well, sulich is life.
We must wa:eli, as the scriptures
say, as well as pray. Iit these pre-
Carioils times one ouglit to pray with
with his eyes wide open,.

More anon..


Tourists Visit Millville.
Correspondence of the Buoy.
Onl Molnday morning, last, a party
of Northern tourists wended their
way with wraps and well-filled luncl,-
baskets to the postoffice pier and ein-
barked on the Buckeye, Capt. Hand
in command. Tlie party consisted
of Mr. and Mrs. Grundy and son,
William of El Paso, Ill., Mr. and
Mrs. Giles and daughter, Alice, Mr.
and Mrs. Birket, Mrs. Hendlo, Mrs.
"Fye, Mrs. Harrison,and Miss [Hughs,
of o-eoria, lls.
Tlie day wad fine, and many miles
of' plea it. sailing was eltj., Il by
reason of tacking, and the anchor
was cast at Miliville at 11 o'clock.
The party was taken ashore in the
small boat, on account of the pies
undergoing repairs.
Much work liat been done since
May last, in tI his new town. A
large well-erected hotel store and
iany cottages dotting the woods. I
learned that the company are going
to erect a church, and it is presumed
that a school house and library will
soon follow.
As we walked the track of the
railroad towards the mill, it was like
meeting an old friend. The smeil of
the new pine lumber was most agree-
able, and the view of the island, op-
posite, enchanting. A lady and
suine young people were fisl+ g from
the pier and a string of smaall trout
were purchased. Arttr doing the
town, we wont aboard the Buckeye.
\there coffee and tea were steaming,
and gathered around th'e well-spread
table with ain appetite a millionaire
After lnich the sails i're spread
,and soon we i ere at the pier a Cio-

nianton. After a short stop and re-
d newing of old friendships, we were
o soon on board again, and a brisk
wind brought us speedily home, all
e declaring that they had enjoyed a
very pleasant outing.

t "Yes, It was a drawn battle." he
1 said in talking the matter over with,
hls ,wif".
,'1he (i-ythr-old who was li .teniftit \rva
talent for nionent. Then lie asked:
"What did they draw it withi---Chl-
e cago Post.

Not ain Optical Case.
Optician-I cannot sell you spectacles
for your* husband. lie must come for
them In person. What is the nature
s of his visual defect?
Woman-A 5 cent piece looks bigger
to him than a $5 bank note to other
people.-Jewelers' Weekly.



Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable.
Almost e.'rybc.' Who reads the news-
papers is sure to kn& of the wonderful
[ __-- ,. -corer o si, de t ., Dr.

the reat kidney; liver
r and bladder remedy.
It is the great medi-
cal triumph of the nine-
i jl teenth century; dis-
covered after years of
scientific research by
Dr. Kilmer, the emi-
_-'- nent kidney and blad-
der specialist, and is
wonderfully successful in promptly curing-
lame back, kidney, bladder, uric acid trou-
bles and Bright's Disease, which is the worst
form of kidney trouble.
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root is not rec-
ommended for everything but if you havekid-
ney, liver or bladder trouble it will be found
just the remedy you need. It has been tested
in so many ways, in hospital work, in private
practice, among the helpless too poor to pur-
chaise relief and has proved so successful in
every case that a special arrangement has
been made by which all readers of this paper
who have not already tried it, may have a
sample bottle sent free by mail, also a book
sellingg more about Swamp-Root and how to
"ind out if you have kidney or bladder trouble.
When writing mention reading this generous
Xffer in this paper and
send your address to
Dr. Kilmer & Co., Bing- f
iamton, N. Y. The S"
regularr fifty cent and lzomo Swamp-oot.
dollar sizes ar,e sold by all good druggists.

Land office at Gainesville, Fla.
Feb. 19, 1900,
Notice is hereby given that the fol-
lowing named settler has filed notice of
heriintention to make final proof in sup-
port of his claim, and that said proof
will be mane before the clerk of the cir-
cuit court at Vernon1 Fla, on April
7, 1900, viz:
,IDA L. FAY, of Farmdale, Fla.
Hd 28552 for the fractional Section 21,
tp 5 s, r. 12w.
She names the following witnesses to
prove her continuous residence upon
and cultivation of said land, viz:
Mrs. Josephioe Deaderick, Miss Rachel
M Davisot Farmdalo, Fla., E. A. Fay,
Selden Williams, of Wettppo, Fla.
W. G, ROBINSON. Itegister.
llEditor's fee paid.


Is the Place to Buy
Clothing and Gents'
Furnishing Goods <
At Rock Bottom Prices! 1
At his Store may also be found Con-
stantly on Hand, a Full Line of
General Merchandise
Hardware! a
A Tin Shon C
Run in connection with the Store, af-
ford. ample >opportunity fo.i thila
Repairing of All Kinds of Tinware r
Here are nianufactured ttie
Sheet Iron Box Heating Stoves !
Which are so deservedly popular.
A call at l3. V. Broelt's Store will
convince all persons of lthe genuine- .
ness of his goods and lowness of his

(her own selection) to every subscriber. Beautiful otl-
ored lithographed p 0lat eid illuitiatioo,.a Original,
late, artistic, exquisite and strictly up-todate designs.

XI AO wAn U.

For ladles, misses, girls and little children. That oee-
ln stylish" chic" effect not attained by thenuse of any
other patterns Have no equl for style and perfect fit.


rasilt put together. Only 10 and 15 cents each-nono
hiWher Sold i tn nearly every city and town. or by maIll,
Alk for them. Absolutely very latest up-to-date style.
188.144 West 14th Stret. w e rk City, U. .



Thousands ofgarden-
reradepend on Ferry'sSeeds
every year and never suffer
disappointment. Cheap Substi-
tutes bring loss, not paying crops.
It pays to pay a little more for
SFkRY's SExDs. Five cents per paper
everywhere, and always worth it.
Always the Best. 19WSeed Annual free.

}liIN E' I' ptereoi, i-) represent us as
Managers in tli. and close by counties.
Salary $900 a 3tf ar a'i expenses. Straight,
hona-fide, no mor',-. In, .1-' illry. Posi-
lion permanent. Oi lr r-'iltren,'p, any bank
in any town. It is minirli office work con-
ducted athlome. Reference. Enclose self-
addressed stamped envelope. TaE Do-
mINmoN COMPANY, Dept. i, Chicago.

Think of Such a Monster!
We can all have them if we plant Gir-
ardeau's Extra Fancy Selected
"Trinumph" Seed!
From no other seed will such melons'
grow. Thousands of 3Sb,-Is grown from
these Seeds in 1859 weighed 100 to 135
pounds each --one weitr-ed 148Y4, and an--
other 149/4 pounds.

$210.00 In Cash Prizes
For the 9 largest 'Ti 'iirii.l.'' "Witermel-
ons grown in 1900 fru-m tii.inid. .ii's Seed.
Giant Beggar Weed a Specialty.
p'Send for C.irit1..gia giving full'
information to
Mointice lle, Fia.


Mrs. W. R. Beam, accompanied
by iMre. Moore and grandm,,n, all of
Pittsburg, Pa., were returning pas-
sengers on the tiplha and are guests
at J. A. Beinnett's.
Mrs. Pierce, who had been attend-
ing the Maidi Gras carnival at Mo-
bile returned on the Alpha, Sc tur-

S. W alkley 4af t i ,,,..,,, .. was a
Visitiir in town oil \ Vedie.sday of lasi
1lis Susie Baker lias gone to MA-,
liallnla on a sliti't visit ali n ig rela-
tives. and friduls.
Capt. F. RH. "Vari o 'layhead was
in town Friday and Satulrday i f last
week oiln business.
Mrs:H, 13 Bates of Wetaippo, who
miade a trip to Veirnpi on hnsiness,
retui-ned to St. A. i c onil tie niaii
launct l, Frilday e\,,iii ;.
WV. B. Gai ier idl Et'onfiina came
down for a short viit among friiids,
last Friday.
MIr. Hu nintri *l i)..i iii N1 .ip-
ill a n I~ii l .'r" ',,a7 i ltii Ii, 1.i \\ as.
ip St. Andrews in the iitte.rest of lii
house, last week.
Tax Assessor J. W. Williams was
inll town last rilav yto" tli purllposie
o'f assessing property Id.:,the tax ofl
1900. '
Messrs. Giles, 1Ry-dir, l ,l.l and
Stinger; wlio last iveek weit oi a
cruise to St. Josiph in tlihe Bcleye,
returned Saturday evening. They
reliort a pleasant and successful
hunting and she ling trip.
Miss Delia Larkin ot Parker spent
Saturday and Sunday in St. An-.
drews, the gueat of Miss Jessie
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Wills, after
quite ani extended absence which
terminated with the Mardi Gras at
Mobile. returned on the Alpha last
W. L. Brackin, of the firm of R.
F. Brackini & Son who, by combining
business with pleasure witnessed Mo-
bile's great ainuaa tourntiament and
It'pl'lei-lie,1 their store with an im-
inense stock returned by Saturday's

Size doesn't int.ii -lue aliili Beware
of counterfeits and n..-rtHt-As salve offer-
ed for DeWitt's Witch H:~.7l Salve, De-
Witt's is the only riginlI An it'fallible
cure for piles and all slt, dis ses --R. F.
Brackin & Sob.

Hindoo C -
Like the Aluericau girls, Hindoo girls
are pasl.oin tely fond of sweet things.
One of their candles-sadu-is very
much like our plain sugar candy. It is
made of sugar and milk and .flavored
with attar of roses. Buddhikabal, or
hair of Buddha, Is one .of their most
popular swee-tm.-ats. it'is so called be-
cause it is in fine long strings like ver-
micelli. This Is made of sugar and
cream from buffalo's milk. which Is ex-
ceedingly rich. The women pass most
of their time eating candy and gossip-
-- --- ^*~*-*--
A. R. DeFluent. ediitr .f the Journal,
Doviestown, Ohio, -ulf'r-d f1.r a number
>ftyeirs from rheu:iatism in hit right
s ;,)ulder anwi side. He says: "My right
arm at times was elii,.,-l useless. I tried
chamberlain's Pain Bin;'i, and was sur-
prised to0receive r..lief ,iaiu's inmmtdafe-
y. The Pain B lir i es 1,.-- 1t .c ."p-lant
Companion of minr,.' r -in:e irndl it ri v..r
fails." For sale by L. M. Ware, St. An-
drews and Bayhead ;idi all -nedicine deal-
Homes That Are Mu eumm.
What are half the handsomest homes
in our cities? Mfu-eunms! And without
orderly museum airunuioentt! What
becomes of the comfort in rooms where
even the cautious must pick their way
and the cai.l..'-s "rnay lime to grief?
Woman is ifiinni..ly ,.-liish in express-
Ing her whimts in her home surround-
ings. Men hate rooms that are over-
run, and children are hampered and op-
pressed by what to them is a meaning-
less aggregation of ihIngs th-it must be
avoided, not handled. This does not
imply that children should be allowed
to handle all things in the home-far
from it-but things not to be handled
should not I)re otdeirate in rooms

Morrs K:vtM.l..]r Hti Woman's Home
Inquisitive :,.-':.It u*e the funnels 01
conversation; they do not take in any.
thing for their own use, but merely to
pass it to anothier.-Steele.

Buildine:g material.
.. dow and Fancy Glass -a

r.- Ihi


fmolment that consumrnotion will
Sever strike you a sudden blow.
E It does not come that way.
It creeps its wey alon.
First, you thirk it is a little
cold; nothing but a little hack-
ing cough; taen a l:tte locs in
weight; then a Larder cogh; i
then the fever end the right
S The auddenr-.ss comes when '
Syou have a hemcrrhaEe.
Better stop the disease while
it is yet creeping.
You can do it with

cough less. The pressure on
Sthe chest is lifted. Thatfeelino
of suffocation is removed. X
cure is hastened byplacing one of
Dr. Ayer's CCcrry
Pectoral Plaster

over the Chest, j

A Book F'*eo5
It is on the Diseases of the i
Throat and Lungs.
S y u have ay complaint wintever

S.. .. .1 A \i L, I. L .l], S. i. ^

Mar.e Antoinette's Neorlice.
It must have been in 18t;2 that Mey.
erbeer paid his last visit eto Lo:iIo,
and I saw hiin ait cuen of the.PIhiili;r-
monic concerts, which were thou held
in the old HB novr r sqluare rooms.
There was quite a flutter of excite-
Inent when the little old miai. hokiug
extraordinarily wizened! and wrinkled.
even for hIis age of (3, camle into the.
box. 'I noticed his piercing eyes andI
hooked nt,: and periimpas lts nuch i as
these a '.i. ,i iL lirooch of rubhies
and diamonds that blazed in the cen,.
ter of his shirt frill, which he wore in
the fasl.;an of 1830. 'The stone;e last'i1
ed and glittered with every onr of Ih-
quick little bows to fight aind left. .t.1
the rubies connect tliinselves with a
tale of his great predecessor in Paris.
the mighty Cluck. ,
After the tirst t, it r.litim perform
dance of one of Gtluck's. olerals l tin'
queen'sent fotl him tfe coane to her box
to receive her congrtitulations. Hitlf
dazed with emotion. excitement ani'l
fatigue, the old musician, rising front
his obeisance, clapped his hands to his
eyes, crying with horror "Blood, blood
round the qlueen's neck!"
"It is only this, Gluck," said Mni':
Antoinette, hastily snatching ofi I,',
necklace of rubles and holding the rip
piling gems toward him, and Cluek
looked again and saw the fr.ir, white
throat rising unharmed and sta'aless.
He died in 1787.-Cornhill.
Bltihigs' Bracer.
*Mrs. Billings (aside)-Goodness me!
Here comes Mrs. Spruce with her
smart looking husband, and here John
goes along by my side slopping and
shuffling. What shall I do to brace
him up? Ah, I know! (Aloud.) John!
John! Did you see that handsome girl
looking at you?
Mr. Billings (with alacrity--No!
Where? Wherc?-London Telegraph.


Dyspepsia Cure.
Digests what you eat.
It artificially digests the food and aids
Nature in strengthening and recon-
structing the exhausted digestive or-
gans. It is the latest discovered digest-
ant and tonic. No ottler preparation
can approach it in efficiency. It in-
stantly relieves and permanently cures
Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn,
Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea,
all other results of imperfect d igestion.
Prepared by E. C. DeWitt Co., Cblcage-
and sold by R. F. Brackin & Son. t, An-
drews, Fla,

Geo. S. Hacker & Son,


Sasli, l 0irg i Blinds,
Wbre WbrLUdU Teegrph

A Fortunate llistae." ,- .*- . --- -l 'TIl lj.ian'_-dld not
"There is a young tii :i I.'ai;." o, : h1 j ,, ,, ,..1 .,,.g,.- ..t,. water. She
says a local physician, "whlqnow has a ,- tA t.
good business, a albright $prospects m.-,'. ,' 10,: ,4'.il`tlns'od fit a
who received his start In life by secur- lady. 'Me sister's son's a good hhlioy.
ing $4 that did not belong to kiln. I L,.ut. 1 la e-u e ..in ,. **I' *. they wion!i ha'
harlliy l.n'.-. inle-r wv .ilt t cl.t-:s tI' wali c.l jt.. d ll "-- hlyttenth
inchlii- i-:.f olit.liuing tlhe M ,ll. y. I 'il C'p.ia y. .. ,.. '
ki the lory :"%V. 'T lli Ii- :i : I .. -.
"This young tinma arrived in Chicago she a-,e nrev Way.
one day witliout funds, but with plenty -There is nothing like a determined
of nerve and push. ie wanteiT money spirit. As the old saying is. "What
to secure a meal andlpay his ii.i. .t i; itiu-t 1Iw dJotle imau tIe iluniP." .Tye4rou-
uintil he cou0ll t itiire a position. '-e- i I.le wrfh iti wt ..,f u- I*'"tiat our t inds'
living he could find sonic tian who are only hnlf made up.
would help him if ihe told his stoly in a A <-hin min t,.i ld la.yv called at a car-
straightforwardl manner, he entered a : center's shop il- r, ier day bearing in
cigar establishment In Dearborn street,. her hand a Iltil ln-Trl..
He was about to explain his condition "Have y..u [ and ask for assistance until he could shop?" she asked of the carpenter.
get a position when the proprietor look- "A comfortable calll" he repeated
ed up with a fierce scowl. -He turned doubtfully.
to his partner, and they held a consul- "Yes." sh.'" swPoTly sailJ. "I have
station in a w\hisji>r for a fewv moments. i coine to s'ay uutil you have a mad
'Now, take this $4 and don't bother me r.,-ily 1I, -'- itI'. to mlT house with me
about that bill agnam. Thir's all you as Ih.. ri.. -',T .rni m ti.- lien prom-
will get, and now you can get out of Ising to do frit il.t't ,v ekI. I hnve
this place In a hurry,' exclaimed the brought niy l[t.i.,l ,niinl n:i a I lk. ani
storekeeper. If you hnave 't a (.iii itr.mlit- chair 1 i'
"The young man was pushed toward have tle ('arirlange iis.-lioti tloniiglit ll,
.the door with the money In his hand. I'ni goi.ug, ty sI.y l.ire I.luIil I gii that
and, try as he would, the storekeeper nian."
would not let him talk. Once in the '- 'he chitp-lit r l.at. nil to say that
street the bewildered fellow considered he could g.. ali on1 .i-, anq well ia not.
the matter In every detail and decided and tlhe old lady carried him away id
to keep the money. This he did, and a triumph.
month or so later be again walked Into
the eigar store and told his story and soteh Frankne.n.
returned the money."-Chicago News. gInlemnu ot uPerilis his violin to recentlyer-a
tain ojie frienti-,. says the Dunded

The Cnlt of Dirt.
"Dirt Is a giant hard to fight In beau-
tiful Ireland. The woman who had
never heard of 'washin a live wan' is,
I think, equaled by another who came
to me lately about her sore 1eW,.
"'They tell me. doctor, darlint. that
washin might scotch the heat out of it!
But I wouldn't adventure to do It with-
out askin your advice. Not for the
worlds. I'm an would woman now, doc-:
tor, dear, an a drop of water has never
gone near my body.'
"I advised a goodly supply of aque-
ous fluid, preceded by a thorough op-
plication of alkali and potash in the
form of soap, and the old woman hob-
bled off quite satisfied with imy scien-
tific words.
"In Sallyboggln for year a. certain
old woman levied weekly tribute on
charitably disposed folk. All at .once
a 'nevvy' from America turned up,
called on her 'patrons' and after
thanking them for their kindness car-
nred off; his mother's sister to end her
davs in comfort. But the widow Hool-

Jonrnnl After' he had played a couple'
of iuntues lie paused for a mfomentt and
Paid: **I hl'ope you like the usice, for I
dinna pretend to be a fiddler, yod
know, and I, never will be. I always
remember what a man told' m e wben t
frt Libegan to learn the fiddle. When t
starred. I thought I A as getting w1
splendidly, but one evening as I wad
practicing as usual he said to me: 'Yea,
that's It, Is't? Weel. If a' (he good fid-
dlers ia Scotland were to be ta'en ad
drooned I' the noo there's ne'er a hale
fn your head would ever get weet.'"

The trtp i'y motor oar from Canro to
the plyrrn ilds Is ioinii In 14- iilnutesi.

Is h pr(- i ," tt ll al tiltuli hol hli'i.g
Celaistiins aiitt lite f, tr.- nt i E. HI.w-
to uvr se- i Il.mn ll- l* 1-1 I ,I it.- ed I 'a
nii'uisfr lrix t~ iilthin twc i 11 ,ti& lier, of
or t ,he s eine will hLe h- ... .. I" h. NtlutLS
ot 11nmitations. 1. 1 i %', i o\ C' /
Daled Dec. A-, t I9-. AII.r F iij.Irirr. i
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Drirnf, Ilicines Faoncy -_F TIlet Arii3,eI

I Handle no Quack Nostrums,

DR, J, ElR Mi D DriiERist.


Est Bay Cash S0tore

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Our Stock is Complete, Our Prices tire stiest
f 'l'ie Tr'i., liig Pu 'i e is a -,' ll,' I ,' ,, \ il 't be ,, inlr il, .-Ad
The Highest Mari6t-Pdice Paid for Country Produce !



S"Star"tili tags (showing small stars printed on tinder side
of tag), Horse Shoe," J. T.," Good Luck," "Cross Bow,"
and "Drummond" Natural Leaf Tin Tags are of equal value in
securing presents mentioned below, and may be assorted.
Every manm woman and child can find somethina on the ist t.
that they would like to have, and can have

*ep s blTAe T. .- s
t 1 aM oh BOT ............ .. ......... 1 3 C., C-. ar alendar ...............
2Kn'fe, _,D blade. !,:l erl : .... n' li-r ir....n-td '.. ."I
SSA4," .',ra, llt, ehe. .................. 25 : G" .i C ..,thU.", r no h erter ,ion e. bw
S 4 C bi'- 8 Kr i i Fririi ei'' l 'n 2Sut 'R" 'r 'nr .. autble a ". o '
9 ple pate or. whii etl ..nea S... S6 To. I tc, ta. ~ playtt ag, blt- w "
S Fr eh Briar ...d rip ... .. .... i, ......... .. ......... &.....
TRaz..,r, hVll,w gToun *i, uflA Engl.n 27 Tlvt S9 t deco'-ate' porcelain.
steel .... . ..... ............. LU v r." uai..;h rt............... O
.A q v l m ....... .. ...... rS ''.i l; 0 r ems. .si c w i

Ic l B.ther Knife, e n K trer. L .11 t.rll ,i di ... ......
a'ls e....... ... ... .... .. 7. lr -cal r, bluedU
S.13 Sher* K -, F.ir ." -i .. -- i. .. ....... .............15 0
ia N i t i i e C a .k.eraoi ,i :.7i(e t'-r i i i'.: l h'. I;.-.- ali er. lslAd.
F ole, ...... ......... ...... 5 -4 i.r'.' r r ',i"l. ,t'l., ruIn .W oi,, I- fn
r E Bs% ,-) B & "i Hj," AA..,i i -l[L ,Jh l ,.E t qo a l. l .1;,, .. ....... ......... .-.:L ......... ; M 1,
16 AI,.t ai ihn. .k rI t: .1 ... L:,,, 5 M i,,. i ba ils m a..........

1. rat l.l,;.l stem B ,..V Far., l -E P. -. I-inVE E .. 3.. ... .............
19 Caa." ,gdI ale-, bth LL rn M .1R R irta,,la ek ut.l bar n trro.'l barn.- '. .
bat ,idle . ........ ...... 2. 2 1,u t r11.c0 Go i ,r 1O 0 augn ... I,
2 ~red atrec i....v.E..d........ .b tu t,idmtl ..-.. ... .. .dl 5
S horn handies........... ... .. 8b.:,,t Ou, R.omtngton. double bar-
S23 Six ach. Genuine Ro ers"Knives r .i, tim. rl ..................SOI.. A
and Forks, best plated goods...... .000 t R.tikna M1aic U1.-., I1 inch DUaC..n
p r MNT lr."Tr.TIi ;btM q.. Slar it irn la, w l? no small
Al" UL^t stas nrin e onaunder side of t-a.?-ar.' 'rt .- tor pr'e.,,ntn,
I, hut with 6.1 a.l lor In CaUR onattiatonw0 i yc uxem4ap0*
Hundred. iffr woelred by u3 on i o twir i''Y- lK t1i.9t, l
|Z BEAK IN UND Onto a dime's wolh orof
f Will last longer adt afford imore pleasure than a dimnena wortb of a "y
otherbrand. MVAK IT-HEmTE f T I
[ Send tags to CONTINENTAL L TOBACCO CO., St. LOis, MO.

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McMillan Bros. Co.,

S Manufacturers ofi


Mobile, Ala.




Ruugn and Dressed Lumber of All Grades.
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WV-Terms cash or endorsed notes.



Leads in Low Prices and Good
He invites the purchasing public to call,
Examine his stock and GET PRICES.

Pays the Highest Price for Green Salted ALIGATOR RIDES.


If you need FURNITUREU of any kind, call on


40, 42, & 44 S. Palafox st., Pensacola, Fla.



ifTh r. Mic 1Ills DrI Store,


Fresh and of Guaranteed Purity.

Offer His Professional Services to the Citizens Of St. Andrews and
Surrounding Country.
SMay be 0'rud at bis residence on Biieonn Vista avenue at niglit.


Stor .

1L. M. WARE,'


Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware,


Ship Chandlery, Salt Fish, Etc. Etc., Etc
-- 6-o--o--o-a-I-

B31limore Twifle and Not 8omany.
A I. 8 O F R it

Sehrs. Nettie, Cleopatra and Wm. Crawford.



reaight. t St. Andrews Bay about 75 cents, making the plow, delivered
$4.0O. But the BuOY proposes to do better than this andwill send the Bun
one v ear and fu-nish one of these plows complete at the factory for $4.5&
purehaser to pay freight.
The plow may be seen in operation at the BuOY Farm at anyl time
Order from the BUOY direct,

5,000 Our Grand 5,000
Ornithological Contest,
Something entirely new and interest-
ing. Read what you are to do. You
may get 200 cash. Our contest is to see
who can make the largest list of names
(or kinds) of birds from the following
We will recognize as a bird anything
belonging to the feathered tribe, whe-
ther it be a Hen, Crow, Singer or any
other kind. You can use any letter as
many times to make a name as it ap-
pears in the list of letters above; for in-
stance Wcodeock, Plover, Snow Bird,
&o. To any person who can make a list
of 25 or more different names of birds,
we will give absolutely FREE a beauti-
ful Prize value 200 or less.
Big Prizes Awarded Daily.
When you have made out your list fill
out the line on the bottom of this adv.
and send to us with a Stamped Ad-
dressed envelope, then if you are
awarded a prize you can if you desire
get the prize by becoming a subscriber
to the Woman's World at the rate of Id
a week. We shall award a prize to ev-
ery person who sends the name of 25
Birds, and our gifts will be as follows:
For the best list received each day, a
Gold Watch; for the second best solu-
tion each day, a beautiful Imported Tea
Set; for the seven next best solutions,
each day, a Konrah-Sakih Diamond and
Ruby Ring; for the next best solution,
a Gold Piece; and for all other corre L
solutions, Prizes of Good Value These
prizes will be forwarded daily, you will
not have to wait a long time in uncer-
tainty before you know the result.
There is no element of lottery in our
plan, it makes no difference whether
we get your solution late or early in the
day. All you need is to post this adv.
to us, and on the day it reaches us, if
vour list is the best, you shall have
tlh G(old Watch or if second best
the beautiful Tea Set, and so on. We
guarantee that we will award you a
prize. There is absolutely no opporcu-
nity for deception on our port-we can-
not afford it. We want to get 1,000,000
well satisfied subscribers, and for that
reason we don't want you to send any
money until you know exactly what
prize you have gained by answering the
puzzles. As soon after 4 p. m. each day
as possible, the examiners will judge
the lists to the best of their ability, and
will designate the prizes. We will
write you at once notifying you what
prize has been awarded you, then if you
are fully satisfied you can send your
subscription to The Woman's World
and your prize will go by return of post
carefully packed. To a person of nar-
row ideas it seems impossible that we
should be able to make such a gigantic
offer, but we have the money, brains
and reputation, we know exactly what
we are doing, and if we can legitimate-
ly gain a million subscribers by this
grand idea, we know that this million
of well-pleased subscribers can be in-
duced to recommend The Woman'"
World to all friends thereby building
up o-ir circulation still further. We are
willing to spend 5,000 in this contest
in building up a big subscription list,
and when this money is spent we re-
serve the right to publish a notifiuation
that the contest has been discontinued
Don't delay until it is too late. Th-
contest will continue until March.
We give a Bonus Prize of $50 ind
pendent of all othe-s to the person wl
sends in the list gotten up in the b-
and handsomest manner. Our n -.
mittee -will decide and award prizes
Daily, but the special 50 prize will be
awarded in March. Any bird's name
found in dictionaries accepted.
The Woman s World -is a thoroughly
reliable concern, we are known to do
exactly as we advertise. As to our re
liability we refer to any Advertising
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No Fear When Death Draw MNich.
"I have seen thousands of persons
die under all sorts of circumstances
and never yet have I seen one display
che slightest fear of death." This re
riarkable statement was made the oth
-r day by a physician who has prac
eiced many years In Pihiladelphia an(
.vho has seen a great deal of hospital
"It is a popular fallacy." ihe went on
'to imagine that a deathbed scene ix
,ver terrible other than as a partin;
between loved ones. The fear of tin
unknown is never present at the last
Eiven amid Ignorance and vice I havi
ever experienced such scenes as
novelist who strives after realism wil
iometiines picture.
S"When a patient is to1l that he can
Strot recover and the end is near, he in
variably seems resigned to his fate
tnd his only thought seems to be o
those who are to be left behind. Thi
is true alike of men and women.
"Those who becorre hysterical ant
Jeclare they are not fit to die are thi
lines who are not as i11 as they thinl
they are. They always get well.
"A psychological reason? Oh, I don'
know that there Is any. It's Just a hu
man trait."-Philadelphia Record.
A Compolsite Name.
"One of the differences between th
east and the northwest," "-said a Puge
sounder, "is the names of places, am
e the Skikomishes, the Snohomlshes. th
t Snoqualmles. the Wahklakums and th
o lot of them give a man funny feelings

e and when he runs across Bucoda, o0
d the Northern Pacific railroad in Plerc
* county. Wash.. he doesn't know wheth
* er it is Chinook or Siwash or what
s But it is none of them-like Kenova, i.
s West Virginia. which is near the June
tion of Kentucky, Ohio and Virginia
or Delmar, where Delaware and Mary
y land come together.
i "Bucoda Is a composite name, an
b its story is simple enough. When th
Northern Pacific came in, a tow:
sprang up, and it must have a name
There were Indian names in plenty
but something more novel was wanted
so Messrs. Buckley, Coulter and Davis
all N. P. officials, put their heads to
gether first and their names later, an
the name Bu-co-da was evolved, wit
an etymology very apparent to any on
who is at all Informed in terminology
Bucoda It has remained, and it Is no
half bad as names go in the Puge
sound country."-New York Sun.



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Bleak winds taris th- meadows, and the night'-
No star sianes from the blue,
But over all tvh- unforgotten light
In the dear t.-t of you.
In what strange pathways may your footsteps be
I may not dream or know.
Only this joy comes in the dark to me-
That I have loved you sol
It was not much to love--0 heart of mina,
All that was pure and brigtittl-
Robes of red wrath and crimson to resign
For raiment that is white.
It was not much to yield earth's gold and drom
For reams with joy replete
And in the darkcess, clinging to a cross,
Find mercy at your feet.
So night Is never night when the sweet thought
Of love is with us still.
It to love's cr!as our scourged, sad limbs are
brought, .
Lo. love is with us still
o winds across (he meadows and the night I
0 stars that leave the blue
There shines, sweetheart, the unforgotten light
In the dear eyes of you!I
-Atlanta Constitution.

o 0
o 0
I 1How a achelor Outwitted HIsa
0 0

In his youth y Uncle David, accord-
.0r -*. .._ flower of
boeaity. lie may nhae been, but when
he cauae to live with us he had faded
and was a short, thick man of 50, with
scorched eyes, the whites being streak-
ed yellowish brown, a knotty face and
a wooden hand strapped to his right
wrist. But, as he had done well on
the sea, he was still beautiful. As I
was his heir presumptive, I was like-
wise assistant custodian of him, for
my mother was ever one to guard her
My duty was to go abroad with him
and see to it that no woman had
private conversation with him, my in-
structions being, if they endeavored to
do so. to hurry him home, resorting,
if necessary, to pretended cramps, a
sickness to which I was predisposed.
And my office was not an easy one,
for he had in his day been quite a
blade and had never lost his edge, and
the vigilance I had to exercise to keep
him from harm would have saved a
congregation, of ordinary sinners. He
would always wink his scorched eyes
at the girls we met and occasionally
e stop to speak with them,.despite my
8 tugging at his coa fsnd ha.la M cramps.
All his transgressions I would report
. at home, and my mother would then
s blacken the characters of the young la-
n dies in question to a degree that satan
Himself would not have associated
with them without wearing an amulet.
9 By these and similar means we saved
him for a year, and might have saved
him to the day of his death had I not
' been taken down with my first love
affair and become correspondingly
mushy. How true it Is that lovers are
the tenpins of the gods! Being mushy,
I fell to playing his Isolation from femi-
nine charpjs and was thereby led, on
the 14th of a February, to sending him
a valentine-a. pair of plump red
hearts splirted Qn a golden arrow. It I
Sdul- -lnter it was delivered
e to him. Thai evening, being a Wednes-
day, my wmther went, as was her in-
violate cus om, to prayer meeting, leav-
ing. me on guard. As the door closed
behind her Uncle David got out of hig
chair and ent to the window.
S"She's a1 )ord." he said, peering out
"There's a Ight on her port side."
"A what said I, knowing I must
report the *.mark.
He madaeo reply, but came back to
his chair.
* "Bennle,'4he said presently, "did you
ever get a ralentine?"
"No, sir." said I faintly. "Did your'
He did not answer.
h "Do you know when you are going to
wear a wateh?" he asked suddenly.
I was going to say when he died, but
thought better of it.
s "I do," he went on; "tomorrow. It
*is in my cheat. It doesn't go, but when
you want to know the time you can run
- home and find out."
"Of course," I exclaimed joyfully.
* "Why not?'
A "Answer yourself." he said. "To-
Smorrow it is yours. Tonight we are
going out. Fetch me my feathers."
I got between him and the door.
s "Come to think," he said, eying me
g sharply, "Ithe watch does go, and there
e is a chain to it."
Eve got only an apple. What would
e she have done for a watch? Without a
a word I brought him his best suit,
! which he always spoke of as his
feathers, from the press in my moth-
er's room anfd where she was keeping
it against his funeral.
"You can't get them on," I said
f hopefully, noting their size.
s "No more have I for 30 years," he
answered, "but I can pull In. if you
d hear me ripping, look sharp and turn
e me the other way. There is a charm
Sto the chain."
He should have mentioned the
t charm, for the rapidity with which I
- got him into his clothing damaged his
wind, but when I had him crowded
into them he looked fine, barring
alarming symptoms of suddenly com-
e Ing out of, th.e at all points. As
t soon as he was dressed we started,
d taking along his great coat, to be used
e in case of accident.
e A square down the street we stop-

Sped. Then my heart beat comfortably.
n It was Miss Hannah Baxter's house.
e and I did not consider Miss Hannah
1- at all dangerous, she being my moth-
t. er's bosom friend and with a reputa-
n tdon as a man hater, having once in
- public meeting prayed for the saving
a, of men, whom she designated as de-
' throne, devils. In response to my
uncle's knock, Miss Hannah opened
d the door.
e "The Lord save us!" she exclaimed
n Iklhospitably. "Is it you?"
e. "It is," said my uncle, snapping for
', breath, being much blown from walk-
1, ing and the tightness of his garments.
s* "It is. As I said, I'm doing."
D' Though I saw that she did not un-
d derstand the speech, she let us into the
h Qitfi,.- ,, .-- rld asked us to he seated.
bT Ho N EST peror.ns to represent us as
SManagers in this and close by counties.
't Salary $900a yearand expenses. Straight,
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It was the one thing my uncle should
tiot have done, for as he touched the
settle there were ripping sounds, and I
knew,. should have trouble in getting
him out of the house. He was but lit-
tle affected.
"She's let go all over," he said calm-
ly and then, "Hannah Baxter, come
"I won't," said Miss Hannah, stand-
ing on the other side of the fireplace.
"I won't! Why should I?"
"Because you have done it again!"
said uiy uncle. "After 30 years you've
done It again, red hearts and all. You
know what I said I'd do if you done it
Miss Hannah started. "I never!" she
exclaimed. "I never!"
"You did!" shouted my uncle. "Ben-
nie, fetch her here!"
I hesitated, but suddenly remember-
ing the watch, I sprang upon her and.
catching her around the waist, began
pulling her toward the settle, my uncle
encouraging me by cries of "Bravo!"
and by pounding on the settle-with his
wooden hand. She was no match for
me, and so, though she fought valiant-
ly, I soon landed her on the settle.
Then, to my horror, my uncle grabbed
her and repeatedly kissed her on what-
ever part of the face came convenient-
ly to 'lis lips, for she still struggled,
though hardly as a virgin of 50 should
have struggled. '
Seeing this lbrorlglit me to ily senses,
and I fit-- oft th-,,t n irl, fr,.. t-.- nr.
her from him, but as she evinced no
desire to be liberated. and as my" uncle
beat me soundly on the head with his
wooden hand. I desisted and took to
cramps on the floor. This had no effect
whatever, so I recovered, and, rushing
from the house, ranl to the church
where my mother was. and. dashing up
the aisle, whispered to her the dreadful
news that Uncle David was kissing
Miss Hannah Baxter.
Never will I forget the look that over-
spreaJ her face. Ever a woman of
prompt thought and action, she then
aul there boxed my cars and, this
done, hurried out and ran as fast as
she could to Miss Hlannah's, 1 follow-
Put we were too late. The doors and
shutters were locked and all in vain
did we pound for admittance. Not a
word. not a sound. eanme from within
the house. My mother's agitation was
terrible. I was glad when she left off
beating on the door and fell to beating
me. for I knew that she wouhl feel bet
ter for it, and that I would- have so
munch less to receive later uon. Not-
withstanding, I cried lustily, and.
chur-.h having been hastily dismissed,
a crowd quickly gathered, and as I
was crying "Murder!" the rumor got
afloat that Miss lHannah was murder-
ing U'ncle David. Some of the men
were for breaking down the door and
would certainly have done so had not
my uncle, flanked by Miss Hannah,
bearing a lamp, appeared at an upper
"Daivid HIamllton!" screamed my
mother on seeing him. "Come out of
"I will not!" shouted my uncle de-
"You shall!" screamed my mother.
"Come home!"
For answer my uncle deliberately
put his arm around Miss Hannah i nd
kissed her. My mother fainted, but no
sooner had she touched the ground
than she was again on her feet.
"Stop it!" she screamed. "Stop it!
You ain't ntarried!"
He again kissed Miss Hannah.
"Break down the door!" commanded
mAy mothc'.
Tt was nn exciting moment. Al-
though half of the crowd were laugh-
ing, some of the men threw theniselve.s
against the door. My uncle leaned over
the window sill.
"We ain't married." he shouted. "bui
we're going to be. and there isn't anl
power on earth can stop it, because(
I'm not coming out," and he shook his
fist in the direction of my mother,
"Hannah Baxter and me." lie contir
ued. "has been fools for over 30 year.'
The why is no one's business, but
we've got over it. and there ain't ut.
power on earth can stop it. because
I'm not coming out." and gain h-,
shook his fist iu the direction of l1.1
mother, who was now hamme-ring or
the door.
"Is the preacher among you?" h(
The preacher was pushed forward.
Realizing that if the day were to be
saved. I must save it. I fell in a-pre-
tended fit under thie window. When I
got bnkac. drenched ani shivering, from
the pump. whither kind hands had
conveyed me. the crowd was cheering.
and my uncle and Miss Hannah were
bowing from an upper'window.
As for the rest, I never got even the
watch.-Cincinnati Commercial Trib-
She Paid the Fine.
The Boston Herald says: "A man
was brought Into the Springfield police
court the other day charged with neg-
lecting to support his wife. He plead-
ed guilty and was fined $20. Thereup-
on his neglected wife stepped up to the
clerk's desk and paid the fine, which
was promptly refufided to her under
the provision of the law relative to
nonsupport cases, which provides for
the payment of the amount of the fine
Imposed on the husband to the wife
when the court so directs. The law ap-
pears to be based on the right princi-
ple, but it operates queerly sometimes,
as In this case."

Did a Wholesale Buasiness.
An Englishman hailing from the
north went into the Chatham hotel, In
Paris. recently and cautiously asked
the price of a whisky.
"One franc, sir." replied the bar-
"And a whisky and soda?"
"One franc, sir. All drinks are the
same price."
The Englishman sat down and, to his
astonishment. found that the place
was run on American lines and that
the customers helped themselves at
their own discretion. He punished
that bottle of whisky till it was near-
ly empty. As he went out he paid
down his franc, but the manager call-
ed him back and said. "You have for-
gotten your changee"
I -'.Ithought that the drink was a
"Tlt is so. sir." was the reply.
"iiThatl is Ilw retail price, but there Is a
re ilction wlituii .you buy wholesale.'
Andl e landed ,bIck 5 souti.-London

lle Could Shoot Straight.
Said the rIan i-;:t)o hi:nd t r veied:
Ye.irs ao; ina :i w .-teru i".f>oii t town
trav l.r. I'fi t :, c ;-:il i..:i v. ::;** 0
SIle ai'ti rilond) ;in:l hnrnrd- lnia way4 d' y i
i', one street (Of th burig. l va'is
t otS, !uld<. io i::: ):, (1:. 'i,'overt' ft')ur
1i : ) ,h att; oiUl 'In t T'lr. '.;o
i %c': i ere sti:inn !i:ii at! the ':c r m (o; irers
of anl ima.liaa;'y -,;il:-'.e, imIud each was
Iho:)tinug a ithe l ;tniua crit:`iorne;" to him.
3veing il what he supposed a safe posl-
ion. he paused to watch the outcome
)f the fray. wlien a bullet, goliug wide
,f its lutended inark. cut by his car.
h"lint roused hisa wrath, and. drawing
.*s pistol, lie dropped the mnau in his
tracks who had all but dropped him.
YAnother bullet flying wide from its
mark, but near to the stranger, caused
him to lay out one of the other pair.
and the two remaining men sought
safety in flight. In that particular
town duels had been previously com-
paratively harmless amusements, ow-
ing to the poor marksmanship of tlhe
contestants, but the man who could
shoot had arrived, and the inhabitants,
although they turned out to greet him
In a body and grant him the freedom
of the city, did so in manifest awe and
"Whenever he told the story after-
ward, he used to wind it up impress-
ively by saying. 'And, boys, in that
town after that they weau aluund nm?
York Tribune.
Conquered the Professor.
The mighty Jowett of Oxford invited
a student to Walk with him. After
they had been on the road for about
30 minutes the pupil finally spuuked
up courage and remarked, "Nice day,
"Do you really think so?" was the
faraway answer of Jowett.
Another half hour passed, and the
boy stammered out:
"Nice road. professor."
The teacher responded, "Do you real-
ly think so?"
The matriculate began to boil In his
bones and to get even more frightened,
but he managed to again blurt out.
"Clouds seem to be filling up with rain,
professor." to which the answer was:
"Do you really think so?"
The two returned to the college
ground, and the professor said, "Well,
young man, we have been walking for
several hours, and everything you said
has been as stupid as it possibly could
Ilis companion replied, "Do you real-
ly think so?"
The professor looked at the young
man a moment. Then he smiled and
grasped his hands warmly. From that
time on conversation never flagged
during their walks. -Saturday Eveninug
The Judge's Afildavrit.
Some years ago Justice of the Peace
Beasley of Missouri was personally in-
terested in a lawsuit, being a party
thereto. It was necessary for him to
make an affidavit, and he deprecated
the idea of making it before another
justice or a notary and depriving him-
self of a fee. So le tilled out his affi-
davit, swore to it before himself, sign-
ed it as justice and as witness and
awaited developments. Hle 'as sure
that he would win uanl this ibe able to
tax the costs up to the othlr side.
When the case cante up before Judge
Kelley, the affidavit was offered in evi-
dence and promptly objected to, the
reason being given that a justice could
not swear himself.
"Let me see the affidavit," said Judge
It was banded up to the judge, who
scanned it carefully for a few mo-
ments and then asked:
"Mr. Beasley, will you kindly te!l me
how you appeared before yourself
when you swore yourself and idoutitied
your own signature?"
"That was very easy. your honor,"
replied Beasley. "I borrowed .a look-
ing glass and went through the formali-
ties before It."
Beasley was somewhat astonished
when Judge Kelley sustained the ob-
fection.-Omaha Wotld-Herald.
A Scotch Scheme.
The following appears in a Glasgow
paper. It would be Interesting to know
whether it has led to business. If so,
the supply of grand pianos In Scotland
must be considerably in excess of the
"Lady having large drawing room
would gladly store grand piano in re-1
turn for use; references given."-Lon-
don Truth.
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and nearly 3,000,000 oil and sweat
glands. The outer layer of skin is con-
stantly wearing off and must be con-
stantly removed to allow the new skin
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