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: June 15, 1893
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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Volume ID: VID00001
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33065309
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St Arws Bay!

wirst, Last, and all the
Time !


OFFICIAL DIRECTORY, PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. ble for us to locate lthemn; take th-e "BEYOND THE AL Li f ... m- ,..,.-. p ,. r,,., rr .. nanLs ot ,'... v'ery an that had matdo lid They L'n It
.......One Dollar a Year in Advance. a-sess..r's report as to valne. A fresh memorial to vani .ttk Fr lhvrk :.rk.t r a, l -: r for p r1. 6 o dii tlike ad onJ d
UNITED STATES. (-. A., \bigiin N M.: We ha-ve The sweet girl graduate 1:e1- Ful: irmist hav l collision Corrasoondence of the
oenators- Hon. Sanu'l Pasco, Monticello; Her eyes so full of trust. ,- ,1, --,, twc. lbim ..-nl theoe s-, u.lrhls, at,1 Nothing, he mttered, ans.vering
Hon Wilkinson Call, Jacksonville. EMM 0 NS & L Y N C H never seen he-rring in ihi, market; oo. th,-y h ,c I,,. tv,., innRi for n,. hisow q, atie ---ti, s th sFts tthi A lair days pay,
vepresentatives--1st District, S. R. Mal- Punb lishers and Proprietors :ee market report f,.r 1. llt anO Hr tot:il ,, ...."hf. Havin; ni Ta v.-,. with lim, th.. will l"wl I ,ave 'io.'d tht thethif .h, k, is a rood le
lory, Pensacola; 2d District, 0. M. WM. A. EMxoNs. E. J. LYxcu. A travestyou Ulifeinphra make a1l b..sto out of the country nk- the t e fa py n. That
Cooper. mackerel. But youthful confidence is ir,, tI, -ti.-v ,,itate unat-hr effort to gv.t at enough. The next thin is to lharn what aI 'e'er heard
and Olffice-Register, Alex. Lynch; Re- t g E. A. T. Lampasav, Tex.: Your lot And gladness vibrates ig the rj'jTl's ralv." they have done with Folom Sinpson.." Now\ I would ark tl
ceiver, iVolney J. Shipmnn, Gainesville. Advertising Rates Made Known on "byond the Alps- 1,I"'.1" t u As noiselessly as he had climbed th
TATE. Appilcatin. [ot ia\ving bee1 retluned as Ielin The joy of triumph and of t1 kti.'',,.i, a inr-- trl he denois ded to the wat ground tand
tree, he desii~le to-. w.he Il'l~ grovd

.Sjvernor-Henrv L. Mitchell; Attorney rent. e, probably the tax ?s were paid Sweet floral offerings, l tt th std ti tuo some minutes debating what at llaasee or
S ate, J. L. Crawford; Comptroller, W. Answers to Correspondents. hy other parties this wi- not, how.v- Fads li er f yothh arrival in thov wh,,.b Ii r ',_ st osngot a fai days pay
D. Bloxham: Co.mmissioner of Agricul- The Buoy is no real estate agency; ever, affect your title; can't tell yn Ere c womanhood ".R ... 'tn cbrease floo, .,f li.ht cAulld hIi t b1 the general wbg,
ture, l.B \or superintendent neither buys, sells, or lints a price as to its value; the assessor mi1st d, Reemm ,ee you lioni.' Li. n:nhe woiUsl.1,. straight tr louk uP a floo at l'-bwtuin:. di state? I ay t
of Public Instruction, NN. N. Shear,l; Oh. maiden lnnoeetl U111- gol Dr sJ ~,,.+ n h. t rvalingli --..
Treasurer, C. B. Collins; Justice of Su- upon lots; it has advertisers who pa that; no railroad vpyet, but hIpe to "Beyond the A .: -.&. Dr. MaiLoff il w-ith..;it rvealn g his .-- .. n ll.
premeCour R.F.TlorTallahassee. attention to such matters; address have one soon; merchants are doing The essay socin will _t h1.yI, auivt-tit, z [et- wc -,n .t t a em,+.e- "
Senator-Alonzo W. Weeks, Chipley. them. Any que.-tiou asked- will e I'e lirlv well; w will atted t payin Weary and fZt3,.o th rt rlt i t It l-l ui or; i, tr
1 V.uSHINTOIns County. answered cheerfully and to the very votlur taxes gratis a" lolng a you aI e And stumble o'er the a td add 0. the dnit. .tivc li- ,t ,- on ,e ai ninio a,,a
\epreseno ;at ive, W R. .;ainer, Cbeip st offoe daabilgtys irdhs.lc e ;lanklail
eCounty Judge, W. Jones, Vernon; best of our ability and all we ask subcriber tWo the Buo. The m of doubt owill all'
Clerk of Court, County Clerk, Recorder in return is that the seeker for infor S. C., Denver, Cl.: Your Elhos arc The feet may faoe
of Deeds, W. B. L .it T rernon r action elp along the work we have rs- nea tr o all f-Ba til i fe
Sheriff', C. G. Allen, Chipley; Treasu er ,I "Beoa "WlThe--1kS a-
C. y--o C R- .. ft- o ,iln .0are not. likely to be until you improve Oh, when the bands thatr -pd yo up the. Sin "but I wol prefer to aidb.
J.Gav, Grassy Point, S,,p. irntedunt Audrews and the Bay country and them; seoa preceding answers as to slope Hello l" .
of Public Instruction, L. L U.h.,rles, ading value to every piece of prwpe value. When n nih t iu a r In some way unaccountable to him the drunkeness and nity ar' on the and the army, hat h
Vernon; Surveyor, Thoe. Collins., Chip- Blinded by tears, with .lagging footsteps East Indian had vanished. Hewasvisible increase; half the n, king men and ly civilize the human
ley. ert owned by our questioners by at Lfcreep; only a moment before, but had whisked w .
lev. rtv wnedby or quetiou :s v at Liberal Way of Advertising, Then let-your girlhood's tienim cheer your out of Bight voimeegrud a oee
ST. ANDREWS. once becoming and remaining sub- Make as many small English words as heart-- h asif the ground had opened
lueliee of the Peace. G. B. Tbompson, scribers to the Buoy- Remember that possible from letters contained in C-E-L. A peal of joy through all fe's sad refraIn-- and swallowed him. communists, ilizatien on its feet,
Notary Public, Deputy Circuit Court Thoughherewe loeand lose, and meet and "I don't understand the meaning of Pari
Clerk. R. D. Hopkins; School Super- we attend promptly to the payment of -E-R-Y P-I-IL-L-S, without using a let- part, that. but it isn't he that is of somrhin- s e a hle o to press.
p aThrt, isahih that, but it isn't lie that Is of so much n
visor, R. F. Brackin; Post Master, G. taxes for subscribers without charge ter in any one word more times than it ap- Theriis a height where pleasure conquers terest.to me as this other fellow. He has on, the modern cradle of n arts
B.hopson pears in "Celery Pills." To the person "Beyond the Alpslles Italyl" the rajah's ruby, and it is that which is and sciences, the home of politeness, A New Decision o
HtARRISON. for our services. Any enquires con- sending the largest list wi.1 be given a -AnnaB. Pattenin Youth's Companion, the magnet that just now is drawing me and good taste, is like a cauldron of Pensacola News
Notary P uhlic. G. B. Thompson; Post- cerning taxes should always be ac- beautiful matched pair of Cream White t into this confounded leg exercise." "
master, (acting) C. P. Slade. Quite corsin however that the seoy boiling oil, which may any moment Telegrams to the S
PARKER. companies with a full and complete Ponies, Gold Mounted Harness and Phay- Quite certain, however, that the sepoy ,
Postmistress, Annie R. Parker, description of the'land-we cal in oton; a trip to the World's Fair and return fT El rk tRU would turn up again, probably when least get into the fire and thenanex-atedP.es yesterday
-->ntn n for second largest received; a fine Upright expected, the detective continued at the plosion; a conflagration and a second In the case of the
CALHOUN CObNTY-CROMAN n. to instance hunt up old letters to Piano for third; a Pneumaiic Ficycle for 'heels of Fairchild, keeping so well to the Ri fTerror. The largest pawn ad Peninsular a
Notaries, E. Mosher, Frank Hoskins; find it; they are not preserved-also fourthi,* fine Gold Watch for fifth; pair m e d o i shop in the wold is here, called the Secretary of the
Postmaster, W. M. Croman. with at least six cts, postage, for the Diamond Ear-rings for sixth; Parlor Or- By J. G. BETHUNE. him. "mount of piety." It is run by the oke Smith, has aft
R E L I G 10 U S collector's office is fifty miles away gan for seventh; elegant Harp for eighth; But the young man conducted himself gove, i o r
Methodist-Church corner of Washing- and, to do any business with him we Black Silk Dress pattern for ninth; Music [Copyright, 189I. by American Press Assocla- like one accustomed to the city. He oc- government, and received in one year sion f Secretary
ton avenue and Chestnut street-Rev. W. must write him; send two cts for his Box, Drum and Bells for tenth largest list; tion.1l casionally bestowed a gl-.ceat theshow two and half million articles and that the grant ot M
M. Croman pastor. Preaching at 11 a. m. also 100 other valuable prizes for first 100 windows, stopped to learn the cause of a loaned on the same twelve millionnot been forfeited by
and 7:30 p. m.. every alternate Sunday. answer and two cts more are requiredpersons send a list of not less than 6 crowd that had collected at Union square f h
Seventh Day Baptist-Meets every Sat- to answer the corespondent letevters contained in torODi' .] ... and then strodestraightdown Broadlway dollars. Four-fifths o te amount Florida Raiload
urday at 11 o'clock a. m., corner of Wood- wod until he reached the well knovwn Astor was loaned on levels and plate. successors, and that
bine avenue andBay View streets; prayer J.G. Bimingham, Ala.: St. An- "CeleryPills. Rudge's "CeleryPills are CHAPTER XVm. House, which has been the temporary Over half of the workers of this great been taken by the st
meeting same place every Friday evening drews proper is a village of a few what you require if troubled with nerv- "OUTWITTED AS SURE AS FATE." home of so many thousands of distin- a
at7:30h i hndred p p nly b t cnt ousness, insomnia, loss of appetite, weak- guished and of unknown people since its city are ready tor revolution of any the company the
Presbyterian-Curcho L oi p t ness, dyspepsia, stomach trouble, head- t erection mcany years ag-o. sort; fes.ling that they could not be grant. He, therefo
avenue TCrstand akepraestreet. byermis- P frontingon the Bay is being quit ache; indigestion, etc. Send thirteen Fairchili wade his waNv upstairstotheworse and may be betteredby a ordersuspendingits
sion every alternate Sunday at 7:30 p. m. rapidly developed by an Intelligent 2-cent stamps with list of words and tr office,wbere e registered. S 'inany other
guests were in the room that Simp*.on did change in the social wheel. :of lands within
Catholic-Church corner Wyoming ave- and enterprising people; and there are for one of our handsome prizes, and re- h ite ca gein he rtt she t fh land d itrit Flrd
nue and Foster street. e t y i not hesitate to stop inside for the same Berlin thebain and heart of the land dtrict, Florida
several thriving young villages seat- ceive Free a sample package with full purpose.
USTNES D T OT > tered along its coast;chief industries, particulars and list of those in your state He stood at the elbow of the youn German empir n empire ade o ont of the grant m
BUSINESS DIRECTORY. fih ng an oyst; u br, 'who have won prizes to introduce this man ashetranacri bedhis nameina large, of discordant elements and enriched of May 37, 1856, an
Fishing and oystering; number of great nerve and stomach remedy, all de- round hand, and the detective wrote his by the spoils ground by force from seance of patents th
F. B. BELL,; stores, consult our advertising col- livered in United States free. Enclose directly beneath. r
No.,v Pl,!ic fr th- Slate atL Large.. Of- umns-nearly every one is there rep- thirteen U. 8. stamps with list of words "I have a package which 1 would like French people, is to-day the ring in hereby hangs a
tic- in N. W. l';it"' -store. promptly to RUDGE CELERY to leave inthe safeuntil tomorrow,"&idd which imperialism and socialism are past week Senator C
-rrL.. FLA. rented; two school districts, !atter-PILL CO., Montreal, Que., and the former tothelerk. trn for the master An
.Ply joining in one consolidated school; yon are sure of a first class prize for your "All right,"responded thelatter, await- go
t- RKER, trouble' ing the handing of the article to him. army of wage workers and an army torney before the s
car.and Surrvyr. .3 ial at- 0olne goo s Sidewalks and a Start at
o n I FairchilM reached his right hand inside of wage soldiers are face to face andInterior, asking for t
Bness.. tol t-; m'caintoes not as lThe Law to Prevent Combina- f-' ehis vest and drew out a smtll object at daggerA drawn. Out of this fight decision obtained i
~-lFll--" la. toublesome'as in wa or isconsi n:r wskorapped in brown paper. e seemed to u h
.J- ,HUGH .ES,, sandflie.? well, of a qifet morig or Ao Act to prohibit WNrongful Comoibi- poa d t t h unec s- layed, must coe waish lontr aevd States trwme m con
V tc m a er J we er an O ti ia ve i g they m ake their p re ,.ence nations against NV oilk tuen and to l probably .:. .e "-.e
W atchmaker, Jeweler and Optician. evin 0 a sary, since anything intrusted to the safe .
Office and salesroom in Geo. R's- known and felt, still they are not Punish the same. The un man out to to the of the hotel was as secure as it in the tion. he money got f-om France supported by every
0 Te oung7 man t u owlk0the of the hotel was, as secure as it in the
sell's store, corner of Bay View and annoying indoors; as little malaria as Be it enacted by the Legislature of place o amusement. vaults of the Bank of England. was given to the aristocrats and the interior since 1876
Wyoming avenues. is to be found in any new country in the State of Florida. The- complexion 'of the well dressed "That is themrajah's rub"wasthohe people who foght and sffered great Lamar O Floidi
St. Andrews Flori-da. America; a good many young orange Section 1. If two or more persons m alke a latts anAmerican wat ed the proceeding "It is near it loss, were left poorer than before, ex- position is opposed
R. D. HOPKINS, trees are just coming into fruiting; shall agree, conspire combine, or Indian's. Aglan athim showed that end-that is, so far as any interest I cept an additional cause of complaint cratic governor sin
S Notary Public. wieh a o v eneln aeI ti ocre.Iwne htaan
sad De^ 1t nor .Clerk, very few large, bearing trees; almost confederate together for the purpose whle he no avetbenex tin as m I o dusky nr am against the ruling classes every member of
Office and lodgings in the Rodney everyone is planting largelyy of fruit, of preventing any person or persons a panther. Calcutta." Petersburg the home of the czar himself, including M
building 2d door north of postoffice. which promises a plentiful *yield in a from procuring work in any firm or "He is one of th two that were skulk- e was noher in gh and F of all the Russias, is the hot bed oI reports of five com
in hruhth softeLie-child took himself down stairs to the
-- DR. J. J. KESTER, -- very few years: no better drinking corporation, or to cause the discharge itreomeh t t od s herLvr- rotunda for his dinner after having the nihilist, who believes in reducing Federal state.
~R .. ETR more homestead t other night," nut-gieorestahibaggshudb soittotsirtpiilean is A eualfte
Homeopathic Physician. and Ac- water anywhere-it is purity itself; of any person or persons from work tered Simpson. "have never met the given orders that his baggage should be society to its first principles and is A perusal of the
coucher. Office Pioneer Drug Store, the only way ice can be procured now in such firm or corporation, or if any couple by daylig t, bi' that fellow's to his room immoni satisfied to risk his life for that ob- unsettle the titles t
corner of Shell avenue and Michi- is by schooner from Pensacola or Ap- person or persons sliall verbally or by climbed the tree n d peered through the tion on his part. ject.of the world do the land in Florida w
S gun, street, It might be thought that now, since extee oes erec te st~rhmstoto
gan street, ---Foi. alachicola; the Gulf & North Flori- a written or printed communication, window at the int rior. Itwas hiscom- t might be thogh that now, since extremes come so near each other as their homes two tho
St.Adrew, Florida. ida iailroad.was granted by the last threaten any injury to life, property panion who att ed and would have the tt in St. Petersburgh and Moscow; there a doen different cu
W. BUTLER legislature a charter with 10,000 or business of any person, for the gs. together a work of superfluity on the you are a prince or peasant; there is and would involve t
Attorney at Law. Practices in State acres of land to the mile bonus to purpose of procuring the discharge of Whenever the 1nain drew up at the part of the d-ftective to shadow the gen- no medium between wealth and pov- ities in suits for dat
*nd Federal Courts. Will attend the station Wiehman for t was he--quiet tleman who had placed it there.
Courts of St. Andrews when wanted build a raihoad to St. Andrews Bay, any workman in any firm or corpora- ly-shmted his po i'on so as to observe Of what further interest was Arthur erty, arrogance and servility: what tution that wotld s\
Residence a -d of-ice, d and it does seem as though the pro- tion, or to prevent any person or any one that might leave the car. This Fairchild to htm? IHe could not enter your father was you must be-born ury.
ipleWl A. EM M oNS jectors could not afford to fail to build persons from procuring work in suchtwasdonesonaturay thatnoonenoticed o orbitof hiSoanxietyoUntil theo h gem to rule or be ruled. ThIe last em- Secretary Hoke Sr

seras jspal'er and Peroatea the road, especially as they cannot firm or corporation, such person or 'He is shadowii gFairchild, butdoes diate custody. Was it not safe, there- peror's legs we blown off and ten at- man and as an editor
A Gr- "i" "I T, 0 "" realize on the lands any faster than persons so combining shall be deemed he suspect me?" | fore, to dismiss him from further tempts have been made ouithe life of ized for years his op
CHICAGO HERALD, N. Y. WORLD, N. sections are com leted; lots in size guilty of a misdemeanor and upon The detective co1M not feel altogether athoght until that contingency should the present man; hundreds of men encroachments of co
Y. HIERALD AND CONCURRENTPt'BLl- are all the way from 25x100 feet to conviction [thereof] shall be punish- positivethatthse oy had nothought of Possibly Simpson might have done and some women have been exe- Cleveland who appoi
FATNIOS ST.LO uis REPUBLIC AND SAN a acre, and prices are as varied as ed by fine not exceeding five hun- him. The dense |loom which reigned this but for the well grounded fear, as cuted for connection with the.ye also has a record on
_co the size of the lots; plenty of good, dred dollars each, or by imprison- during their first d o mee aci a t sun attempts, and thousands exiled to Mr. Smith refused t
Subscriptions Solicited, arable land reaching from the bay in ment not exceeding one year. though the silhoue re thrown against the East Indian that had followed him from Siberia. + < cision as asked by M
THE+MAIL,. every direction, at reasonable prices; it Approved May 31, 1893. Yell rowbackgrouna f the windoWd gave Warhamptn' Thata miscreants aS pre- New York, the home, of Ward secretary certainly e
G. B. THOMPson- PosTHstanT is about five miles from the Buor of- Her Husband's First Wife But for the exceed g swarthiness of th vinced that the other still had the ruby McAllister's four hundred demo- fiidence and esteem o
Ealt, west and north mailia.C ihipley de- fice to the Gulf beach where surf. fellow'scomplexo stampinglisnation- with him he was likely to assail him in republican-aristocrats, i.- also occu- and represents the vi
astopartsetdvery daynexcept Sunday at l- Whbrec While they sewed for the bazaar ality too plainly to ^mistaken, itisun- some unsuspected corer of the city.
---- -o'cltockh arrives every day except Suns bathing may be indulged in; recent tthe conversation had turned to the likely that Simrso a would have one- "We will dismiss the rajah's ruby pied by thousands of m n, women eratic administration
EastBa. mayil rHarrison, Cromanton, laws for the protection of the deer .Mul.jit, of woman her rights sl treated his identity, from consideration for the present, "was and children seeking f,,r work who Mr. Smith has set
Parker, Farmdale and Wetappo, leaves has made venison less plentiful than wrongs, what she should do an f a im. .. He knows or th f o ad I w otake canot find it. There no rating position to Mr. Call's
St.Andew gongeas eerymonin .. ,. ,, , wong, ha se .hold o nd eat least SUSlp.cts^ ah has the gem upona my<-^f to avt^wodyf~ard+tothe ,bterilns hnrra~fi'h athv
att w o'clockgand arrives, comingmwest fonerly, still through the op n sea- and whatshe should, not, the merits with him, and he is reared to ta betrothed lover of Miss Evelyn Gilder." place between idleness, hunge, an- as in the past have-

,?----" o "hstal
fur a Ifair daiy'
for all melin alnd
it obJ ectel t".
e qnlestioit. IIns
,n who worked
1he paht sixty >lay
? If I jud-, it
es paid iliw inl
hat they g oit too

the peopleI are
11u ,aryillo elinil
rk I' )x0n4 :

ielpet tol-"
i race, will hard
o do to ker i,,-iv-
even with tid
c. I1..

t an Old C;tse.

southern Ass ,ci-
read as follows:
Florida Central
ilroad Compiuly;
Interior, Bonti
firmed the doe
Noble hli'irw
,y 17, 1856, i,.,1
any act of thlie
Company or its
no actit-.' ?i:,4
tate deuyi..g ,t
benefits ol' t,.j
re, revoked tle
Nos 1, 2 and i +
the Gaiuesville
i, selected on ac-
ade by the eci
d directed tphe i'.
tale. For tied
all, of Florithdai;
lf-,ppointed at -:
ecretarj of the
he reversal of a
1856, affirmed
t of the United
that time, ari
secretary of the
including Mr.
ans, Mr. Call's
y every demino-
ce the war, by
congress except
r Pasco and thd
imittees of tle'

decision would d
o vast areas of
uld drive frond
sand families itt
nties in the state
he state author-
mages or. resi-
wamp the treas-

nith, a9 a public
r, has emiphas-
position to the .
rporations. Mr.
nted Mr. Smith,
this point. Yet
reverse the de-
r. Call, and the
enjoys the con-
f Mr. eItv'land
ews of the dcno-

himself in op-
s ruinous policy
jov. Drew; Oo v 1 ""

every afternoon at 3 clock. son it is sold at the same price as and shortcomings of a good many desperate chance gain it, for he has StiU another question perplexed the crime; they ollow each oter so last lloxham, -o. erry
.........ef teValready run great sk. The final strug- detective. Where was the second Eas+t especially in large city, where the and a long line of oth
-' ... ... beef; the county seat,,Vernon, is absent friends not being neglected run glea k. Tke fipiaalvtys in the and waaat vt was he up to?
Latend Offier S. Lante d Officek U. nearly forty miles away; labor, both says Life. city of e rp. very soon in the Simpson hlid made the mistake of act- tramp and the millionaire rub skirt the interior and the s
Land Ofic ,S.L nd Ofi e.c ty frew eo i~dr ed th q s iou g as thonig there was but one upon a togetlh r h uie t r s
Gainesville, Florida. farm and household is cheap, but not Oh, well, remarked Mrs. Nofit as The detective coi sidered tho question ig asrthu .therewas btion, upona togeer the United Stares.
S- BARNES & POR TER.- Thufr w an ed, the o not for's inten o trep, occato w de didh Chicago had eight years ago a Will Mr. Call nohw
A.BARNES, &PRE in great supply; you must imagine site finished stitchting a fonirteen inch man theysitatiogi Thus warned, and not intpndl to repeat that well nigh fatal *
Land Attorneys,' what are the imports and exports of collar on to a night shirt that would with the compa ship of himself to blunder. band of daring and reckless socialists, Cleveland and Mr. S
he, Laard Atthnys -osrteesrl Tbosu two7 follows are plotting mis- who thrwtebms nteHypiay wt h
Gainesville, - Florida a town with no railroad communica- otherwise have fitted John L. Sulli- be ht ard the esu there srel. chief somewherein this great city, the Hay- nd wth the
Seven years experience in the U.S. tion; what our possibilities are once van and began basting a sleeve in uut the o office a forced o consider Arthur Fairchild will be fortunate if he market square klling several police- people', s he al'ead
Land Office.sl e ei] B tt eofcr a focdt co sd r st th oro is s n wt ot a o e ,i
All matters before the U. S. Land Office we get a railroad, i almost beyond the wrong armhole of a child's dress, the eventualities He would have to sees the morrow's sun without an en- men, for which some of them were supreme court of the
At Gainesville, Fla., and General Land Of- coni lecture With a c ta a t avow Ihis ow ch actr and was sure to counter \\ith hem. hanged. To-day the world wants to and every governor
Ae at Washin gtonesville and General iLand Of- conjecture .. With a climate almost which from its unnatural proportions awaken suspici regarding himself. Meanwhile the young man, havingfin- hange eer o e
cronpt attention, unequaled anywhere and land that was evidently intended for a new va- Fairchild would be put on his guard shed hba meal, had withdrawn from the see the WorM's Fair, ana over a secretary of the int
Patents procured in all classes of land with intelligent cultivation will pro- ecety of hemanty-"ob welli no aae ndare tha likely would lunch counter and was looking over the hundred thousand wage wrkery will war? Where will th
.Pronpt attention, was evdnl ineddfranwv-Fi+hoI u nhsgadI
against him and (ire than likely would lunch countcr and was looking over the hundred huadwg ~kls.ilwr hr itt
Patents procured 'in all classes of land with intelligent cultivation will pro- :iety of h manity-- "oh1, well! no mornin his~r Afe ofac ratdl thepag a
entries, and'particularly in cases of Span- repel his oer of endly aid. morning paper. Aglance at the page as be in that city next year and not
ish Land Grants. Parties notified of Can- duce wonderfully, what we most doubt there newer was an altogether "I have the vantage over both in he passed convinced Sinipson that he A Man With
collations. Amendments and changes of want is thrifty settlers with a little perfect woman. Did you ever hear knowing the p ecise situation, while was trying to fix upon .-,omo desirable work enough for .alf that number. York Journal.
entries effected. Contests carefully con- ommunicatinof one, Mrs. Meek neith r thcme-thatis,"he place amusement Ier Householder (thr
u, + ... with the markets of the north, all of "Yes," quietly replied a patient- Since it wasi portant that this ques- about him," was P:mpson's conclusion, the great.oom will have sa re- from the window to
S U R BER S which we hope in the near future to looking little woman, who had not tion should be decidedd before reaching "He won't forget her ;.:aid the excite- sult, employers will seek to reduce Here, take this moe
X P RB E Rwihm op nte e thenmetropolis; impsonhbad recourse to mentsandtemptations,,l the great eity." aea9hy1wyd.wlenteTao~uford
E be blessed with; butcome and see for been taking much part in the conver- a simple stra p em. When a ti It was yet comparatio tely early in the ags$
+'* j^*' fT "yourself-the Buoy will be pleased to station, "there was one-I've often made its last ha t, he rose from his seat evening, and instead of taking a cab or supply of men is more an e e Organ Grinder: Te
I am prepared to do all kinds of greetyou. heard of her-but she's dead now. valise and cane hand, and left the ear the o set o w mand; residence will be ade by the two more tune. Twe
Hauling at the lowest living rates G. N., Waycross, Ga.: There is no She was-my husband's first wife." tAs h did managed to keep Fair- decideoisit men, and then between workmen, moveou. Waita till
and give entire satisfaction, question as to the validity of your --------- child and the o atic in his field of vision. ro BE CONTINUMD.] socialists, Pinkerton, police and the ra Boom de-Ay" aid
WOOD AND FENCE POSTS title; the deeds are good; you fail In Europe there are 49,605,000 Neither bestowd a glanc upon him. rininal classes a bad time may be e-a Girl Too."
WO 'ADFNEPSSThat settled e question as the officer Popeztm Leo reaIa'e owns- aGirllf t xpc
Ct and delivered at reasonable rates to give the township in which your dwelling houses, and in the United s quetion as the ofer Pobpe Leo XI owns a pft expected. Civiliati has ee
C.t and deliveed ece mpos- States 11 400,Q. Since trees hnabo oesililitos either I it- i0it wit, the few and i now h Tboit ua hB
( ,W. URBR. let ar siuaed, heceit is impossi- States, 11 400,00!0., Since there 1t 8o 110 sliltY either St. peter, !.tiswrh$10.0_ .

r, LGov. Fleming
ler secretaries of
supreme court of

denounce Mt.
mith for "con-
robbers of the
Sdenouin-ed the
United States
of Florida and
terior since thd
is enrd?
a Price.

owing a dini'
organ grinder):
-y and move onw
istracts me.
nnia cent pay for
nty-five cent to
I play "Ta-ra-
"She's Such i

been raised,


Best AtlisniO. M1L.

NO. 1I.

ST. AND.REWS, ILi., JUN E l, io.



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


Leaves Mobile every Moarrlvy; arriv-
ing at PenrsarulaT 'TneIla.v; St. Vln-
drews XVeide,,,lay: \p alachi,:ula
he Thursldav, g''in.-c ,,uth.
R ayes j pali,- 'ic laiel v Flriliar; St.

Selini' PAao do so. "l',- -.1n-
gers ail freight tir.nsporteld tt ruaoiil-
able rates and salief:rction gia.ranii.-td.
Orders left at the residence of the rap.
tian St. Andrews %Nill receive prompt
and careful attention.
JOHN T. PTTrr, Proprietor.



Carries the East Bay Mail; leaves St. An-
drews Monday, Wednesdry a-:d Frida*
mornings, arriving at Wetappo same
evening. Leave Wetappo alternate
mornings arriving at St. Andrews in the
evening. Passengers and freight trans-
ported at reasonable rates.


Carriee the East Bay Mail; leaves St. Au-
drews Tuesday, Thursdav and Saturday
mornings. arriving at Wetappo same
evenings. Leave W etappo alternate
mornings, arriving at St. Andrews in
the evening. I'assegersx and freight
transported., it iruasonllale rtilis.

'The fishing smack Osp;e Catpt
Burnhami, came into thle Bay M1ni-
day reinaiiing until ITuesday, h\v--
ia; ot' boarl her owne-, Capt S. C.
Cobb, of the Pensacola Fish and Ice,
company, their errand beinm in
earch,of skipjacks for b it.
The Nettle sailed Satnm;l:iy after-
nooii for Peruacola with thiee n:ieh,-
Th'e Jessie P,, wtliCi aliiived fr-,ii
Pensacola. Fritldav was t:ak.-i- S twIIL-

day to Capt. A-iileirson's to be put
upon the ways for the purpose of
being overhainled. Capt. Schellenger
expect- to be able to leave for Pen-
sacola tomorrow.

A Week's Weather.
The following table shows what the
.tleimperature at St. Andrews has been
SdirinIg the past week, from observations
'lnaken at the Buoy office each morning
amid nov.i




Morn. Noor.
.13....... 79 17
14........ 78 88
15 ........ 81 92
M6 ....... I 1 9 1
17........I 8" 94
18 ........ 82 90
19.......1 80o 91

Female Weak iess Positive Cure.
To the Editor:--Please imforin your
readers that 1 have a positive remedy for
the thousand and one ills which arise
from deranged female organs. I sh 11
be glad to send two bottles of my rein3 y
FaRE toand lady if they will send th .r
Express and P. 0. address.
Yours Respectfully.

Virginia College.
F, Young Ladies, Roanoke, Va.
S 'pens Sel.t. 14. I 3. A 1,i tutiful and
t, ,etive Collp-g hone. N-\w buildings,
'iii.hig thi friilrT in the Solili Mo!'ern
i rovef it Ill,. .N w lP;iniii .'lnil i'111 iTt illtr .
(.ailm ],'! i i a;er'-s, niagliti, i.,Iii inollu tain
6c-neir\ ;: inl Valhl V 1ii it, f'miied for
. he lth. Eiu.o:.-e ll ii .ii i l n ir ii, *
S. Fullo t l, l I. A l Hllhfat:c. il' l i M ll-i -
inrt A rt un, ..r llrl I',i t' tl-H i., ,i, [-
W..1. IIA. lti .', ). HI.M
I ilounilkte, VirLi iini.

Road Wagons. &c.
Only skilled workmen employed.
We use the finest materials,
Send for Catalogue and Price List.
every Job Guaranteed.

The Ward Carriage Co.


ti;ll ii : i i I N,. til( III m o a
T -,a.,. .. ..... ..*. ...

eOoe those white dress robes at
-Prices on all goods below com-
petition at Pitts'.
--Commercial, legal, and plain or
printed stationery at the BuoY office.
-No person interested hi West
Florida can afford to be without the Buoy.
-The BuoY and the Florida Ag-
riculturist one year, $2.50; clubs of five,
$2.25 each.
-A. J. Trisket is adorning his
residence on Commerce street with a fresh
coat of paint.
-Brackin has enough ribbons and
laces to set off the faces' of every lady i n
Washington county.
-It is reported that G. B. Thomp-
son of Harrison has been appointed post-
master of St. Andrews.
-If you want a dainty chew get
some of that fine natural leaf chewing to-
b Icco at T. C. Danford's.
,-Legal cap, commercial note
1.tt lr- e--i.'d papers anld eli nvIclopis either
prilitel or plain .it lthe l'tov oltie.
Snew niht lamp is a notice-
L i.I erit. aud 'o",e, tl. tt, %vt ill I b ar, -

!liro ' e-in -t "lill dust complexion powder at
1'T. R .intord's.
-Thiose silver moon writing tab-
lets at the Buoy office are fine enough to
satisfy he most exacting society lady in
the land. Only 12c each.
-Bishop Weed, whose coming was
announced last week, has found it neces-
sary to pustpone his contemplated visit
until about October 1, next.
-The Y. P. S. C. E. report having
a most entertaining and instructive meet-
ing last Sunday, the subject under consid-
eration being ''Temperance."
-W- atetr elons and mnuskmelons
never were finer, and seldom larger taken
as a crop than those which ar'-bIing gath-
ered oi' the Buor FaRm this season.
-Tihe regular weekly family
prayer nmcting will be hell Friday
evening at the tr-id(nce of Wi. Wil-
liams on iuenna Vista avenue.
-If yoir eyesiight is defective, call
at the 1> iv oiioice ;aid lie fitted witl a
pair f I'.ie cclchlr;atcd perfected crNstal
!" lses, aiiu tfactiui-d oiniy liy Kellaam &
Moore' A tlanita, (a.
-()ur corr!espomtidtnts will please
betar in mind that. it:r.- favors muiit be
mallilet carly :~~i- h to reach us not later
than lMAonday evening: otherwise they
acnnot aliic)ar in the c'iiAlctl ist iCe.
-Any owner lof tLni rally located
building suitable for 1.ul purposes will
do well to confer with either member of
thue coniniitee appoinitedl It. re.-cme iuar-
tersm for the coining teriii of thle pullilic
--.hiiutlali hin like fity lrons

----i. .~ .* s. .

nii:nt (f Profs. Slide and Williams at the
Presbyterian church last Monday evening,
and while all were satisfied, the juvenile
portion were delighted with the exhibition.
-W. F. Woodford of Farmdale
r-ports having shot ten 'possums at one
shot, and two aligators the same day, and
this means that a feast is in store for the
fortunate preacher who strikes Farmdale
while the 'possum fat is sputtering in the

-The new mail route from Farm-
dale to Wewahitchka will be appreciated
by the citizens of the Bay, who have been
accustomed to a delay of seven or eight.
days for the transit of mail that will when
the route is opened, go through in that
number of hours.
--Every newcomer who visits
Parker is pleased with the beauty of the
location and it is only 4 question of time
andi that a very stortltjpe when the prices
of derailiIle si-is will be much higher than
at presenut.a nnd th u ise homeseeker will
take ad.i t't;i g .of thIe bargains in real es-
offered l.y WilB. Parker.
--l'lices talk and inoney Nfl the
tale. Hw do these prieet su4t you?
meal ;0.: per bu; corn, 75c per bu; lard 10c
plrl,.: 1' In,bs of rice for $1; 5 lbs ofcoffee
for$1; ullreil,30c per Ib; cheese, 15c per
lb. Come ai.d see me and get prices he-
fore l. .:,ing elsewhere. My motto is
quick sales and small profits. J. T. PITTS.
--0. ;!unt Halriet, wife of Wiley
Gainer (,-olored) who, it will be remem-
bred was stricken with paralysis, from
which she rallied, several weeks since,
iha.d a1 see,,nd shock last Thursday night
and ,li.d uililihi hilf an hour and before
medical aittrl ncee could be procured.
Iv,.ingi upwards of 80, her advanced age
and attendant infirmities left little hope of
her entire recovery from the time of the
first stroke.
--The Florida Agricultural college
at Lake City has been reorganized and
Prof. Oscar Clute.! president of the Michi-
gan Agricultural college, who has been
instrumental in placing the Michigan col-
lege at the head of institutions of learning
in the United Stats, succeeds Rev. DePass
as president ana the education of the boys
.aml girls of Florida, is placed within the
r'nachl of almost anyone inclined to avail
themselves of its privileges. One hun-
dred and sevnlity-five dollars will cover
all p.'. nes of board, tuition, laundry and
-Almost everybody who has be-
come interested in St. Andrews -would
like to possess a map of the town an- con-
tigous country. To all such we would say
that for one dollar sent to us we can fur-
nish thliem an excellent large map of the
town with the lots a d public places cor-
rectly located. Besides this city map, we
have alseQo sectional map embrIcing not
Ainl the town proper, butall the land
(lispoqede of by the Cincinnati Company,
and while lots and blocks are not shown
it is an easy matter to get their location
hy the usa of this lmap See adverlio'-

-For curiosity jewelry call at Rus-
sell's, on I. J. Hughes, the jeweler,
-Don't buy a penny's worth of
goods until you have seen Brackin's.
-Paint Brushes of the best qual-
ity and at the lowest prices at the Pioneer
Drug Store-
-Just received at R. F. Brackin's
-Sheeting, outing cloths, hosiery, sat-
ines, gingham, ribbons.
-Why suffer with corns on your
toes when you can get relief by purchas-
ing and using the corn salve sold by T.
-Our correspondents will please
bear in mind that their favors must be
mailed early enough to reach us not later
than Monday evening: otherwise they
acnnot appear in the current issue.
-The prosperity of Parker is
plainly apparent by the largely increased
stock of merchandise kept in store by
Jno. T. Pitts and the steadily increasing
business of his establishment.
--( lIa,-t 'TIurt,.Liv after lth.,ir

i... i -! .. ii t .i .i It i ., .' i...I

TW"eitr than the advertised hour; but it
was Iby a mistake which was not dis-
covered until after the awards were made
and it was too late to correct it. Both lthe
jud es and the officer regretted it; hut
they were powerless to do more or to undo
what had already transpired. The Buoo
reporter was not present at the ladies'
rowing contest; but is fully satisfied there
was no unfairness in the judges' decision,
and that the prize would have been freely
awarded to the North Bay lady had she
fairly earned it. As it was they were so
evenly matched that it was a pity there
had not been two prizes exactly alike to
have been handed over at the close of the
tied race.
-On Thursday last a young fellow
by the name of Skipper drove into St.
Andrews from the north with a very like-
ly looking team and top carriage. Putting
up at the St. Andrews Hotel, he made
some effort to sell the rig, but was unsuc-
cessful and Friday he drove out of town
toward Wewahitchka. On Sunday Mr.
Thresher of Dothan, Ala., in company with
J. M. Tuggle a livery man of Chipley
drove in and it was explained that they
were after Skipper, who was skippingwith
a borrowed rig. Leaving Dothan with the
team belonging to Mr. Thresher, he
had driven to Chipley where one of the
horses died and he there hired another
horse from Mr. Tuggle and came on here,
followed as stated by the party, who made
only a short stay in town before proceed-
ing upon the trail of the runaway, who is
the son of a preacher living near Dothan
and other isa respectably coinlecilcd. nev
brought hi 'T if'e i h inm ia far as C'hipley,
at which point shle decided to retia ee< I-i
st.'ps nidt look pas;ige uc n the ,:.lr I',r lL;t i
purpose. Theowners of it. .

iuch close pursuit that there is eaire,.-l)
a chance for Skipper to escape capture.
Association Meeting.
The regular quarterly meeting of
rhe St.Andrews Bay Horticultural and
Improvelaent Association will be belhd
at the home of Jno. Glover, near the
association grounds on Friday, July
28, at 12 m., ?sharp. This being a
strictly business meeting willl be for
members only, who expected to
be in attendance promptly.
By order of the president.
S R. E. HOWARD, Secretary.
--.------ we
If you feel weak
and all worn out take


Here is a Snap for Brainy Peo-
ple--The Latest Thing Out.
In order to iitrodur-e the Canadian
Agriculturist into New homes, the pub-i.
lishers have decided to present an u11-
usually attractive reward liit for their
Great Eighth Halt' Yaairly .iterary At-
traction for the suminei i o t' 3. TiheNc
have entered into a written agreement t,,
pay through the Juidgesall the rewarld-
offered below.
How TO SSCURE RErw.3riTD-Thos- e ih
become subscril.er. clani enuipnete free ofl
charge. All that is necessary :is t:aket a
few sheets of paper and make all the
words youcan out l tlie letters min the
three words, "World's Colunbilan Ex-
position," and send them to us, eincliiiing
one dllafinr rsi-x m-ont i t shscrption to
either the Canadian Agriculturist or The
Ladies Home Magazine, two of the
choicest periodicals of the day.
The sender of the largest list w;ll re-
ceive $3 per week for life; 2nd, 1,000 in
gold; 3rd, 500; 4th, 250; 5th, 100; 6th,
ticket to World's Fair and ten day ex-
penses; pianos, organs, ladies and gents'
gold and silver watches, silver tea services.
di.namond rings, and over 10.000 other re-
wards, making altogether the most valu-
able prize list ever offered by any publish-
er. Send for printed list offorni.r prjiz.-
RLULs.--. Fu.eigii or ohlolete words
not counted. 2. Letters -anuott lie used
oftener than' they appear in the Words
"World's Columbian E xpsimi iv"-
that is. the word --riddle," for instance,
could not Ie used, Iecrause there is but
one "d" in the three words, etc. 3,
Names of persons nd pieces barred. 4,
No charge for packing il. ir shipping but all
prize winners ill be i-\pected to help us
touxtcnd oulr irculation- 5, All lists con-
taining over 100 correct words will receive
a special reward,
J IDUIE-Tlhe follow ing well-k nwn gen-
llemen hliive.--consenltd to act as judges
and will see that the prizes aire 'fairly
awarded: Commodore t ':icuitt proprietorr
Calcutt's line of steamersi, Peterblorolugh,
and Mr. W. Robertson. president Times
Printing company, Peterborough.
AeoxNT WAITLn.-We pay one dollar to
five dollars per da:y, salary (no commis-
sion) to men, wouen, hioys and girls.
Write for Ipa-r icilars. KRgii-era ll money
letters. Alddjrss, AnarI t.r I i:isr PrB. Ce.,
( i 'll P.-r i.. lor-. piugh, t'anad.i.
a a- s w t-
Ripans Tabluloes: pleasant laxative.
i1 ;, ., i '0' l,,,I .>- I ,Lni,.!q nli



Pittsurg, FLA.


I wish ttl nformn the citizens of Washington and Calhoun counties that
I have opened up a large and Aried stock of

In the S;,.i.at Pittsburg, formerly occupied by N. W. PITTS & SON,
while 1 ,.r poe to ell at the LOWEST LIVING MARGIN OF PROFIT.
1:,,', I.i. igt the truth of P. T. Barnum's trite sayirig that "You can fool
all .i tilt i',pe .-'"'i'e of the time, and some of the people all of the time;
But x u C'ian't Fool All of the People All of the time,"
I propose t. '. you that you need not be fooled at all in purchasing
\'iir l'rv ... T _r series, Provi4io-n,. or hoat or Fairm Sui ppplies.
Mv .t~.~.-'c very liglt; IIVmy .uilulilos were all built with faview to
-Ji\ C, :ort anil the e'iionolnlal liandlling of an extensive

ercalandise ald FISH BUSINESS,
-1,' f 1I llln l l l] 1 1 m nn 51-i \ \. I'rl llas
thlie full 1'e ifit li f all tlhe.e alivaita-ge>. over rm le-s f,ortunate coilpeLitours.
Fine ater-Front and Other Lands for Sale!
Title only bne reniuve fi rn tlie United State Government, and of course
Jittsburg, Fla., Parker p. o.

g ai "-- NOTE ITS MERITS -`%sS WA"
It will positively Protect your Horses and Cattle from any annoyance
'from FLIES, CNATS, MOSQUITOES and INSECTS of every kind, Itl-
proves the appearance of the coat and does away with the use of the
fly net. It also prevents THRUSH and other hoof diseases. If applied
to Dogs it will Instantly kill every Fleathat It touches. It cures MANOR
and other skin diseases. It Is the greatest compound of this pro-
gressive age. Recommended by thousands who are using It.
Price of FLYLENE: Quart cans, $1.50; half-gallon cans. $2.50; one
gallon cans, $4.00. Brush furnished with each can. One gallon will
last three head of horses or cattle one season. Ask your dealer for It.

I I_ _I .-_ ,

Challenge Accepted.
S. W. Anidcrsoji: Sir-In answer
to your ehal;eei 'e to sail the Clarence
A., against 'ite Susie B,, or any
boat of tihe cl:lss of the Clarence A.
We hereby actecpt the challenge sub-
ject to the usu l conditions implied
in the cliallen e, preliminaries to be
--......--. 1 ].. I a. TI-..

alrrian iti u artI


there Fribly a
Old Town.
Captain-, C'
the crew of tlhe
prey were 1,I
Buoy oihco TI,,
MI's. Am ina m
tlii week with
at the PBTOY fai
E -Postmist
on, with her
took passage o
en route for
have a host
ances and fri,
will view the
Fair, in comp
E. P. Maxon,
Xll St. Andre
them a most e
Dr. Condro'
Peniiinsla wh\\h
for .-everal nlii
Pearl ELvuiI It
R. 11. ianlt
Sliriings, in the grove i
oicce fur seven
L. P. 'Tenn
rol the Nettie
tended \isiL i
andi an insipe
to be seen
(Chica o.-

For lnformat ion
Oldest btureu for
Every patont taiUk
the public by a no

Largest circulatio
world. Sppledidld
man should be wr
ear ; $1.0i W moc
uBLisaHELa 361


Address a let
P.O. Box 468.
Aleo, for Folrif. aTr
doty n the raegL-ar
Survivors of thbe Intl
thelr widows, nowv "lIt
a speCl.lty. Thrlanln
SOn l for n.w lw., t.
Dnnl t*eA-04FIL

Parker Penlcilihgs. k
Correspondence e of the Bo.
Miss Beckie Parker is the happy
ownei of a very nice organ, which
came on the Jessie P.
Dr. Bevis completed some dental
work for parties in this vicinity on
Monday of last week, before return-
ing to his home in Jackson couutv.

ihI ti e buov. --
W. H. PARKER. The many friends of Dr. Coudroy,
J. T. PrrTS. a former resident of Pearl Bayou,
greeted hiiu with i'lediiure when he
rsonnl. arrived on Mionl:y from Atlanta in
i,l .bulL ad U c il' which city lie has resided for\ some

Ir r Te iirtered ;at If this doesn't become a musical
locality it won't be for the want of
I. anll rirnha:n and instiumnents or amateur performers;
tiiiig M~nacl;, Os- soon there will scarcely be a home
a-.anit callers at the without one or more instruments.
lay. The Jessie P., came on Friday with
lHamilt. ni is visiting a large cargo of goods for the Parker
Mrs. W. A. Emmoins store, also a lot of finishing lumber
ni, East lBay. for Jno. T Pitts' house, and three
ess, Mrs. E. P. Max* passengers, F. C. Matterson, Mr.
aiglhter, Miss Myrta Mosely and son, Bert.
I thu Nettle Saturday The Lucy brought up J. N. Tug-
t hicago, where they gle of Chipley, on Sunday, who seem-
relatives, acquaint- ed to be hunting a stolen team which
nds and where they was supposed to have came in this
onders of the World's direction.
ny with her husband The Martha Elizabeth, Capt.
-ho i.h nhls n.bly there. Roach, stopped on Saturday having
vs uniites in wishing just came from South Florida, and
ijovable visit. will remain here for some time on a
a honiiesc.der on the The Jessie P., went down on Sat-
L., l..en been absent urday to go on the on the ways, and
hs rured to his will be put in good shape before mak-
,ume last week. ing her next trip.
'. I S (li-fiill of Cedar A. R. Percival has just received a
have bicee camping new section of seine from Baltimore
the rear of the Buoy which when added to his old seine
:;1 days. will greatly improve it.
Sof ris reWater melons are plentiful; they
v of Harsindn returned
'l a from an ex- can be bought at the Parker store
T'hnrslday from an ex-
the stte of New Yok almost any day, also grapes, pears
the state of New York
in f the Wondes to and peaches are for sale very reason-
:ioni ,,f tle \Vonders to able.
i able.
it the Wor]ld.' Fair in --abl
-- --seemisT s ~ras decidedly prema-
S- ture last week in giving information
Scientific American regarding the job of plastering on the
Agency for Donalson house; in fact that part of
the work isn't started yet; Mr. Smith
.t ~ is just finishing the two large chim-
neys; there will be four fireplaces for
Seal c iiiis l unakilig eight in all.
S 5 Tihe comfort of this house must
CTRAVEATKS, be seen to be a'p reciated.

d free H..I.l book write to
Cie'i IpaI [Inients in AiOiica.
I out by us Is brought before
ce given free of charge in the
illustrated. Mt InteuUll-ent
houl It. Weekly, 03.00 a
hs. Address MUNN & CO.
roadway. New York Cnty.



LAr coM PANY.,
S Managing Attorney,
illors disabled In the line of
vor Nar vancei l e war.
wara of 1832 to 1842, and
led. Old atud r-Jsj rte.l 'latm
entri!,: to higher rates.
c'tu'_a' ijr advice o;6 e

83 SHOE NoA'P..
Do you wear them'I When next In need try a pair.
Best In the world.
$5.00 3.IC
4.00 2.50

$3.50 152.00,
$2.50 $2.00
$2.25 41.775
2.200 FOR BOYS
$2.00 0on sovs
.FOR 41.75

If you want a fine DRESS SHOE, made Inthe latest
styles, don't pay $6 to $8, try my $3, $3.50, $4.00 or
$5 Shoe. They fit equal to custom made and look and
wear as well. If you wish to economize In your footwear,
do so by purchasing W. L, Douglas Shoes. Name and
price stamped on the bottom, look for It when you buy.
W. DOUGLAS, ]rockton, Mass. Soldby
L. M. WARF & GO.
_3t. A d 1 .II.',o, ,4lF1a.

-See the large stock of fine shoes FALL I LINE WITH THE GRAND RUHSH
J. T. Pitts, Parker, Fla.


Cheap Cash and READY PAY Store!
I will take in exchange for goods or cash all kinds of Barfer and
Country Prn-lllee Andil having adopted a Cash anl Ready Pay system of
S --lo t prices my large stock of




Fish, Fish Roe and Oysters!

..At the Very -. west Living Prices,

I am P .npriet-r of the SCHOONER JESSIE P, and will carrn
freight for E'a- t 1iy 'Partli .6 Reasonable rates.

Paker, Washington County, Fla.

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


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Secure ase or More Good Residence or Business

Or a Five-Acre Frit Tract

Being a PRACTICAL SURVEYOR, I am prepared to furnish

On lthie Shortest Possible Notice.

Will be Given Prompt, Personal Attentimon.


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C(.'alries tlhe Largest ocktck ,f
rtohez., Clocks, Jewelry and Spec Laces
.ver ,ronm hlit to St. Andrews. Also
SILYEWARE. Shell and Aligntor Teetl Jewelry a specialt.y.
Office at Geo. Rnssell's Store, St. Andre.ws, Fla.

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Thursday, July 20, 1893.

lugar, V lb Tea, b lb
Granulated .... 6 He No ....... 75
Coffee,A .... 6 Gunpowder.. 80
Lt brown..... 5 Uncol'd Jap.. 50
coffee, Cond milk, can
Green.. 22U/@25 Unsweetn'a.10@15
Browned ..25@30 Sweetened ..10@15
lingei snaps... 10 Baking powder
Crackers, soda.. 88%. Royal........ 50
tobacco plug 30a60 Campbell. ..15a25
raisins Canned fruit
London layers. .15 Peaches.... 20a25
Valencia.... 121 Tomatoes....10al5
twice. ......... 7 Apples........ 15
apples Pears ......... 15
Evaporated..12% Plums......... 20
Dried Peaches 8 Apricot........ 25
3oal Oil prgal 18a20 Strawberries... 20
gasoline ......20 Pineapple ..... 20
lorida Syrup... 50 Canned Meats
Ioney......... 1.00 RoastBeef.. 15a25
,inegar........ 40 Corned Beef 15a25
These pr lb.... 16 Chipped Beef.. 25
Butter ......... 30 Lobster. ...... 20
Lard ......... 8 Salmon....... 20
Beans........... 6 Canned Vegetables
Cocoanut pkg... 10 Baked Beans... 20
FiuitPnddine... 10 Corn.......... 16
Jelly, glass.. 15a25 Peas........... 15
Lime Juice..... 50 Pumpkin...... 15
Eggs per doz... 15
Flour Pork
S O N .... 2,8, Mess pr lb..... 11

F avorlre ... M.I O iacou iiia s ...
Corn Meal pi-bu 75 Fresh .......
Oat Meal pr lb... 5% Br'kf'st Bacon.
,iornper bu.,.....75 Ham canvassed
potatoess Shoulders.....
Irish........1.20 Beef
Early R'se seed 1.60" Corned.........
Sweet........1.00 Fresh.........
Salt, pr sack... 1.00 Dried..........
Table ........ 5 Milk pr qt......
Nails, ner tl...4a4 Ax,with handle.$
Manilla ropel2 2al5 Hoes, each:.. 35
Stoves cook,. .$8a25 Copper paint, can
Pipe, joint.18a20 Linseed oil, gal..
Prints, per yd.. 5a8 Ginghams .....
Sheetings .... 7al0 Flannel........ 2
Muslin....... 9all Thread per spool.
Jeans. ....25a$200 Shoes, ladies.$la
Extra pants pat$2 25 Men's... $1 40a
Hay pr cwt.... 1.35 Oats pr hu......
Bran.......... 1.40 Brick pr M......
Rope Sisal ...10@14 Lime pr bbl.....
Oranges pr doz.. 35 Pecans pr lb.....
Apples......... 25 Walnuts ......
Lemons......... 25 Almonds........
Strawberries, qt 25
in shell prl,000 $1.50 Opened pr qt ..
Horses... $80a100 Cows....... $15a
Mules... $100a$155 Hogs............
cxen.. pr yoke $50 Sheep...........
chickens each 15a25 Geese each... 45
Tarkeys.... 75al.00 Ducks....... 15
Venison pr lb 7al0 Turkeys...... 75a1
Fresh Salt
Mullet pr doz 25c Mullet pr bbl 5
Trout.........., 25 Trout........
P'oiij1n pr lb.. 6 Pompano .... 1
i -' n.. ...] M ackeral ....

0Fa e elTO--"Il'4.00I-Face
Sap ... 12,00 Sap ... Ii.lNI
Drop siding, Clapboards,
Heart face )m $15.00 >x6 in. Ym. .$12.00
Sap 12.00 Finishing lum-
Buff lumber. .$8@12 ber, d.. $12@15.00
Heart shingles, $2.50 Lath, m.... $2.00
Sap 1.50 Boat lumber,

Parker Prices Current.
FLOUR Coffee,4,5@6 ls 1 00
good; perbbl. 4 40 Best do 4 lbs.. 1 00
4 bbl.. 2 30 Rice, 12@20%s. 1 00
best .. 2 60 Beans, white 20. 1 00
Corn per bu.. 7: Lard, per l .... 10
Meal per bu.. 70 Dry salt pork.. 12
Oats per bn.. 60 Bacon per lb... 13
Chops, per bu. 70 Hams, cal...... 15
Bran, per cwt. 1 30 Butter, best.... 30
C. S. meal" .J 50 Tea, per b ..... 35
GUANO Salt, per sack.. 1 00
200 bsack... 3 00 Hay ^ cwt,.... 1 25
Milk;Magnolia 10 Raisins, fl .. 15
Unsw't'd 122 Cheese, ....... 15
Rolled oats b 5 Currants....... 10
Irish potatoes, per bu............. 1 20
Gran., 16 lbs. 1 00 In bulk per bbl. 5 00
A., 17 lgs.... 1 00 Mackerel ". 8 0'
Lt brown, 18 1 00 Pompano- 8 00
Dry salt sides 11
CHICKENS Beeswax per lb. 20
Grown per doz. 3 60 HIDES
Fries 2 00 According to class
Gophers doz 1 25 and quality.
Pensacola prices paid for all kinds of

Geo. S. Hacker & Son,



Sash, Doors, Blins,

Building Material.
Window and Fancy Glass a
Specialty. 4"

Express anllrayaeo

Successor to John Lutz will attend
promptly to hauling freights, household
goods, of any and all work entrusted to
him Baggage -delivered to any part of
town at reasonable rates. Residence on
Loraine avenue.

situation at the present time; in
which it was made known that Supt.
Charles had assured him that the

has taken it unto himself and heirs
for ever and ever.
The railroad news contained in the

county board would purchase the Buoy last week was a surprise to all

material to build a school house in
West End district if the citizens

and has put the last fear and doubt
of the most hopeless to rest. We

would do the work, and he called this all knew it was only a matter of time

meeting to find out, if possible,
whether it would be thought advis-
able to build the house or go on as
has been done for the past thlee
winters and have one united school.
Mr. Brackin closed by inviting a
general expression of the wishes of
those present in regard to the matter,
and when several present had so
expressed themselves, a motion was
made and carried that a committee
of three be chosen to look up a cen-
trafly lucat eb dj i ii itgThat coiiTl be
used for a school, negotiate foi the
rent of the same, and report results
at a subsequent meeting.
W. A. Emmons, R. F. Brackin
and Peter Hoover were appointed
such committee, and in tructed to
report at a meeting to be held Au-
gust 1, at 2. p. m.
The following was then introduced
and unanimously adopted.
Resolved: That inasmuch as the
number of pupils requiring instruc-
tion in the St. Andrews public school
is entirely too great to receive proper
attention from one teacher, we re-
spectfully demand that the county
board of education furnish our school
with at least one good teacher and
one c( mpet(-it a! si-tant, and to pro-
vide !or us a graded school to at least
that extent.
When the two districts were united

15c it was expressly understood and

agreed that it was for the purpose rf
providing the united school with a
competent assistant; but this pro-
vision has been ignored from the
start, and the patrons of the school
have decided and so expressed them-
selves, that it was high time their
wishes received some consideration.
The meeting then adjourned till
Tuesday, August 1, at 2 p. m., and
it is earnestly desired that ev\n tax
ave, and% trhe sci ho.,,l sha l
-lie prceeni at that time, and aidI in
putting the St. An4rews school in
such shape that it shall be a credit to
the place.
The committee appointed a, abovw
will meet at R. F. Brackin's store on
Tuesday, July 25, at 1 p. m. to pre-
pare a report. Meantime any owner
of a centrally located building is in-
vited to confer with either member
of the committee.

Chipley News,
Correspondence of the Buoy.
G. W. Shear & Co., are shipping
this week the fourth carload of
pears, all grown around Chipley-
about 500 bushels in each car. The
packing and shipping is done under
the personal superintendence of A. G.
Ctfsrtlee, who is an experienced
packer of fruit. Pears have many
advantages over other fruits; the
trees are not attacked by insects as
the peach is, and can be grown from
cuttings which makes its 'propaga-
tion easy and cheal.- It is a fruit
which is most nutritious and refresh-
ing, easily cooked or preserved and
has'no great completion to meet like
the peach, from other states. When
not ripe it will make good preserves;
whenuover ripe it will mi.ke good
perry and when ripe can be eaten bJ
man, woman and child. South
Firida has the orange-but West
Florida has the pear, which is a dan-
gerous rival and as full of a delicious
juice, as the orange is of acid, while
it is twice as large and can be sold
cheaper at a profit.
At our debating club on Tuesday
night, it was decided "to preserve the
extreme penalty of the law for the
misusage of any brute that may ap-
pear within the lines of our social
Every thing is quiet this week
here; there was some talk of an in-
vestigation into some charges made
against some parties ill connection
with the last election; but it did not
come off yet. A private citizen mak-
ing himself a public prosecutor, tak-
ing the place of the state and trying
to use the legal machinery of the
law in vindicating his opinions and
crushing his opponents, occupies a
strange position and often burns his
own fingers in his efforts to hurt an-
other. The foregoing is a long
period and I hope it will be longer
before we have such another political
,-n ct. ao Itla lof 1t i n r nn\n,-r Ti-

and the railroad would be an ac-
complished act: but the sooner the
better. MALACHY.

Opens Sept. th, 1893. Climate and surronndins ex-
ceptional. Handsome building, being remodeled,
thoroughly renovated, repainted inside and outside,
nd rfurnshed with new pianos, carpets Steam
heat, gas light, bath rooms on every floor. New Labora-
tory thoroughly equipped. 20 experienced teachers.
Advanced Courses in Enlish, Latin, German, French.
oc. Special advantages in Music and Art. 141 board-
ing pupils from 18 States Terms moderate. For Cata-
logues of this celebrated old Virginia School, address
W.W. ROBERTSON, Pres., Staunton,Va.
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inside, outside, and all the way through,
by drinking r

HIRE59 Root
This great Temperance drink;
Sas healthful, as it is pleasant. Try It,
-* .- *.. :-' -** .-,. -5w.wa as :!,~ax jr :

Cleanses and beautifies the hair.
Es Promotes a luxuriant growth.
W; i Never Fails to Restore Gray
:Hair to its Youtliful Color.
Cures scalp diseases & hair falling.
(e, and ( l)co aC Drrmii

The Consumptive and Feebie and all who
suffer from exhauting diseases should use Parker's Ginger
Tonic. It cures the worst Cough, Weak Lungs, Debilty, I. -
digestion, Female weakness, Ihcumatismand ain. 50c.& el.
NER R The only sure cvre for Corns.
aal-psa Pain.Maes w~kin7 e3ay, lacts, at Lrukgists.


Wagon M aker.
Repairer of Plows

And all Kifs of Farm Implemonts

shop on Coimmerce street I am pre-
pared to do ail kinds of blacksmith,
wagon and repair work prmnjitl' and
at reasonable prices. Bring your
lacksnith work to A. J. TRII8KET,
Commerce st., St. Andrews, Fa.

June 10th. 1893
Notice is hereby given that the follow-
ing named settler hasfiled notice of his in-
tention to make final proof in support of
hfs claim, and that said proof will ie made
before W. B. Lassiter, clerk of the circuit
court at Vernon, Fla.. on August 4th,
1893, viz.:
VOLNA B. SPIVA, of St. Andrews, Fla.
Hd 17551 for lot 3, section 30, tp. 2 s. r.
He names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon and
cultivation of said land. viz.
Wm. I, Brooks, T, Kent, Wm. I. Ad-
ams, W. Adams. all of St. Andrews, Fla.
ALEX LYNCH. Register.
May 27th, 1893.
Notice is hereby given that the follow
ing named settler has filed notice of her
intention to make final proof in support
of her claim, and that said roof will be
made before H. B. Gaskin, clerk of the
circuit court, at Blountstown, Fla. on
July 25h, 1893, viz.
LILLIE FRANZ, of Farmdale, Fla.
Hd 18632, for lot 4, sec. 29. and lots 5, 6
and 12, sec. 30, ip 5 s, r, P1? w.
She names the following witnesses to
prove her continuous r sidence upon and
cultivation of said land, viz:
J A. Lyle, R. V.Deaderick, of Farmdale,
F/a., S.T Walkley and W. H. Parker, of
Park la. F ALE. LYNCH Register.
May `27, 1893.
Notice is hereby given that the follow-
ing-named settler'has filed notice of his in-
tention to make final proof iii support of
his claim, and that said proof will be made
before W. B. Lassitter, clerk of the circuit
court at Vernon, Fla., on July 25th, 193,
CHARLES P. LYNCH, of St. Andrews,
Bay Fla.,
Hd 16917 for the east half of the north-
west quarter and the west half tlie north-
west quarter of section 23, tp 4s, i. 13w.
He names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residcnce'upon and
cultivation of said land, viz:
Andrew J. Gay, St. Andrews, Fla.,
James G. Fowler and John Craney, Par-
ker, Fla., May Hoge) "nm, Chiplcy, Fla.
Editor's fee paid. A;TEx LYNCH, Register.
Jtne 15th, 1893.
Notiicu is hereby given that the follow-
ing named settler has filed notice of his
intention to make final proof in support of
his claim, and that said proof will be
made before W..t. Lastsiter, clerk of the
circuit court, 't Vernon, Fla, on August
7, 1893, viz.
JOH T. MARSHALL, of Point Wash-
ington, Fla-.
Hd 18,172, for lot I and 2 of section 30
township 2 s, range 17 w.
He'names the following witnesses to
'prove his continuous residence upon and
cultivation of, said land: viz:
Henry F. Wise, James Carmichael,
George W. Lee, William Millers
ALEX. LYNCH, Register

The Erie Railw
the railway comm
for permission to
on the road.
President Mack
of steel rails, eixt
yard, to lay month
-an-S'-t. o-uLIru o
The Nickel
equipping all it
automatic couple
senger trains by s
A retrenchmen
urged by the Son
The force of men
tonhas been redui
where the expen
being reduced.
The Vandalia
the mileage boo
Hamilton and Da
sylvania lines we
honored- on the T
division of the Va

Imperfect pear
novelties in jewel
used in stickpins
Heads of black c
turbans and top]
enamel, seem to ha-
as scarfuins.

' company has asked
psioners of New York
s an electric motor

y has purchased a lot
-eight pounds to the
Louis vile,Ev.nJvi eo

ate is arranging for
freight cars with an
and heating its pas-
in expenses is being
hern Pacific company.
in the shops at Hous-
ed to 150 men. Else-
e of maintenance is

las given notice that
as of the Cincinnati,
ton and of the Penn-
of Pittsburg will be
e Haute and Peoria

figure largely in
.They are chiefly
ith diamonds.
yx, with all sorts of
ots of jewels and
present prominence

Jule "l4 1, E LOrIDA
Notice is b h, 3.
o ticc is hereby b ven that the follow-
ing named settler h filed notice of his
intention to make ,,l proof in support
of his claim, and I i. ,id proof willtie
made before W. T. I,,irter, Jerk of the
circuit court itt. At .1 Fl, on August
18th, 1893. 'viZ
JOHN .) S 'VENS of ~t. Arirews, Fla.,
Hd .I iS(0, f.,, .., *. c. 5 .,ii, i fractional
southeast iU l ,,1 e . t, s, r. 14 w.
He nair-t li- 1 I (, iiII witnesses to
prove his c.,ilillll,,i .;l) upon and
cultivation uf .:ilI I .-I t,
W illiam A.: .. I. 'Ad.1lis, H. W.
Smith, Kimni BLu It II .t.. Andrews,
Fla. a L L ,-ni, Register.

LAN I. 0 I L %1 --, |1
1 ,', "; Hi I:; ,^
Notice'is 1, .i. I I t ie follow-
ing named the follow-
in- named .I -i h.-i notice of his
intention to mlin i i ..i oice of hor
of his claim. ;I .11 H I "11 i support
made before \- 1;. i'' -roofwil he
circuit court l \ '... lerk of the
1893, viz: "n. ila vu J.l? Sth,
JOSHUA 1E F,,t .St. .A;drews Bay.
Hld 16879, fir Ih I i ..
SI,:,ilf ,'f the south-
west quarrte I'. -. ....rter of the
southwest r of t .,d Ithe southwest
quarter of tle ,. qLtCuarter of sec-
tion 1I tp :i . I. 1
He names thle w.
p .v ,; l l ii.l witnesses to
C ti.7 I,,n ,t' .- i ',11 Ce1 uP01 a'nd
1 L. l' '. .'lgletary, J. G.
G( A.,,, Di:ni . 1: .
Ba., Fi 'h I:1i St. Andrews
~~________._ i __,:_, ;rl ,t'Lr.
N(.Ti'" 'FO Pi.I!,If('ATB'r N.
Jun\e %1 i V'/LLF, LORIDA,
Notice is .e 193.
Notice is : that the follow-
ing nared ,l.l. hI 1i l.-4 notice of his
intention t" irii..
his claim, i h aiil proof in support -)f
before W. :. .., t -aiit proof willbe male
court, at V ri, i,,, t, '. clerk of thoecircuit
1893, viz: 1, I on August 4th,
STEPHEN A i I A~ of St. Andrews,
,d T7-.-'.! i rI Il a. Y
2d, ;5"- i' 1 i l :nd 5, section 30, tp.
He n.ie.i f.,ll, iwinig witnesses to
tiproveier nl 'Ins rid.n,:- upon and
cutv n ,' il land, viz:
1.,i TI. Kent, Win. I Ad-
a s, A .iil ,I i. Andrews, I.,..

School Meeting. was a disgrace to a;i iin. The tight
Pursuant to a call by S-'pc:visur to form any opinion is the right of
R. F. Brackin a meeting was held all and not a few men who under the
Tuesday afternoon at the celebration name of lovers of liirc.:y, pily the
grounds; to take into consideration role of dictator, ii',,sput or tyrant.
the steps necessary to give thle imost Echi ii should d, his own thinking
satisfactory results in the le urir co'i- a ,i t-l o n his owin l iiiii)imn fi,)tM fart
duct of the St. Andrews public scllool. ain! not ie \watiling to be corralled by
A. Wells was n'adet chairman of the a sell-constituted leader, whio has an
meeting, while supervisor Brackin eye on a particular part of the public
made a detailed statement of the pie and in the name of the people, lie

Some H,-rrors of
The old proverb, '
storm," has oftLen found.
tratlon in the empiri
disease. Time was wl
practitioners in the a
eluded in thlir profi--.
along with mainy ,in;'
real valr.-, oiher nittel
tion of which might ab
gender illnc-ss. We m
that we have now ent*.r
and more scientific er
extraordinary Li rg_ as
does' hoofs, snails, aund
repulsive horrors, do not
in any pharmacopoeia.,
There still exists, boi
of medical folklore, and
scribed wisdom available
ness is of the most re
Times of panic, by thro
tion to some entent on i
for treatment, are apt
mand for these survival,
This happened lately in (
a toad cooked with mucld
lowed as a cure for chol
result we are not informal
would probably choose
than thus attempt our
don Lancet.
Taking It E.
"My poor Eugenic,"
Sand to Delacroix; "I a
got bad news for you." I
Delacroix, without in
work, and just giving
cordial smiles in guise
"Yes, my dear "';a- :"
-um '*.rui imy vuWi lear1, av.erl;: -
is-I grieve to tell you -,that I feel I
cannot and could never lI e you." Del-
acroix kept on painting. "Is that a
fact?" he said. "Yes, an1 I ask you to'
pardon me and give m4 credit for my
candor-my poor Delacr jix."
Delacroix did not I dge from his
easel. "You are angry i'th me, are you
not? You will never for ive me?" "Cer-
tainly I will. Only I w at you to keep
quiet for ten minutes. I have got a bit
of sky here which has *used me a good
deal of trouble; it is jdlst coming right.
Go and sit down, or !else take a little
walk and be back in tn minutes." Of
course George Sand di not return.-An
Englishman in Paris. i
Gorilla Against Elephant.
Monkeys are not vey brave, although
the gorilla will some ies attack an ele-
phant when he is sure of his advantage.
The male gorilla of en carries a huge
stick and knows how to use it. As the
elephant is fond of th same fruit which
attracts the gorilla, an encounter fre-
quently takes place. The gorilla, seated
in the tree, sees the lep;hant. approach,
cautiously drops do n to a bough, and
availing himself the opportunity
brings his club sh rply down on the
sensitive trnk of hienemy, who rushes
away trumpeting w' th anger and pain.
-Harper's Young people.
The name of aack Creek on t'e9
Cleveland, Akron nd Columbus will be
changed to Pectori

24i sr

Rooms Comfortablo! 4 1, 42,44 Palafox st, Pe

Terms Reasonable! | i
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The Fate of Famous Hulks.
The outcry which has been raised
against the destruction of Nelson's old
flagship, the Foudroyant, makes it inter-
esting to trace the end of other famous
The Shannon, which fought and cap-
tured the Chesapeake, was broken up at
Chatham, parts of her hull being sold
at a fancy price. Sir Francis Drake's
Golden Hind came to a similar end at
Deptford, a chair made out of her tim-
bers being one of the treasures of Ox-
ford university. The Resolute, which
went in search of Sir John Franklin,
and after being abandoned in an ice
waste was picked up by an American
whaler and returned refitted by the
United States government to this coun-
try, was moored in the Medway for
some years- afterward, but ultimately
taken in dock and pulled to pieces, a
suit of furniture fashioned from her
oaken timbers being sent as a memento
to the American president. The Sov-
ereign of the Seas, the first British three
decker, built in the time of Charles I,
"to the great glory of the English na-
tion, and not to be paralleled in the
whole Christian world," was acciden-
tally destroyed by fire at Chatham after
seeing much and long service.
Of Captain Cook's Endeavor not a
trace is left, though several of his scien-
tific instruments have been preserved,
nor is there any trace of the Victoria,
which made the fist voyage round the

world. TIe Betsy iae M-vmuuu ir'fM
William of Orange to this country in
1688, was cast away 188 years later.-
London Standard.
How to Light a Solid Body.
Cadogan Morgan was the first elec-
trician to experiment with electric light
in solid bodies. This was in 1785. He
first inserted two wires into a stick of
wood and caused the spark to pass be-
tween them. This had the effect of il-
luminating the stick a beautiful blood
red. An ivory ball, an orange or an
apple may be lighted in the same man-
ner. Some experimenters prefer the
lemon for this purpose, it being very sus-
ceptible to the electric discharge, flash-
ing forth at every spark as a spheroid of
brilliant golden light. The wires used
for this purpose should be brought with-
in about half an inch of each other in-
side the-lemon.-St. Louis Republic.

X Yhen yon have the ready money
to purelftc wit!, you can save money
if you buy of J. T. Pitts

We take this opportunity of informing
our subscribers that the new Comm;ns-
sioner of Pensions hias been appointed.
He is an old soldier, and we believe that.
soldiers and the heirs wil, receive justice
at his hand. We do not anticipate that
there will lie any radical changes in the
administration of pension affairs under the
new regine.
We would advise, however, that U. S,
soldiers, sailors, and their heirs, take
steps to make application at once, if they
have not already doue so, in order to se-
t'ri t.I, l i'nr .f Ih", e-.i 'l filing of rtln ir

1W, TI- -V .i Im-r '1'TcsuIuTviisiy -n-i fi

r-,vi T. -: I .*;EtI Ir F- IUTI U IM. 111a T TII
pLnsi S n lSgislQt.I Such legislation is
seldom rctro(acivN-. Therefore it is of
greal im portiance that applications he filed
in thek department iat at the earliest possible
li U. S. So'ld'ers, Sailors, or their W id-
ows, Children, or Parents desire in for-
mution in regard to pension matters, they
.L.oiu.d write to The P'reo- claims Com-
p:I., at Washington, D. -il they will
prepare and send the neci.vnry applica-
tion, if they find them entitled under
the numncrous laws enacted for their
heieftit. Address.

Prss Claims Compang,
John Weddeburn Managing Atty.
Washington, I). C.
P. 0. Dox 385.


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marks, the prspiration of opinion to Infringemant,
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gers ankj rrej' :7 "1'
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Tlhe A.s,:,ciation, w\ii n,.t ,:ain' in prove aidl Ilant. liilut ntcih ail care !'hu
all property ot trusted tu its k:opi,'. in ia lin -i .ic- lins forest fires, dishonest pilferer!
or da aigus frei[ aI ny c l.ll pr-I iiC .ii. u I, i .I ,t ..
From a careful estimate of the probable ie p eise and income of a fruil
plantation in the St. Andrews Bay country a few figures are given:
Price of ;ana per acre, say $25 to $50; cost iC clearing, say .I')J; -ost of planting Isl
year, say $31); cost *l'cullivation each year th' -eafter, $20)
It is not extra .a 'an: to estimate that a 1-acre vineyard will on the third
year, if properly ci valt yield .$~2i0 worth of fruit, aid of peaches nearly or quit(
the same, while figs ish.uld do even better than that. Then, though perhaps a little
longer, some of them, in coming into profitable nearing may he nanied pears, apricots
nectarines, lumns, prunes, mulberries; olives, Japan persiinnans almonds Englist
walnuts, Japai. chestnuts, pecans, and maiiny other varieties of iruits and nuts. which
are almost certain to flcdrish here; while oranges aind citrus fruits, though not con-
sidered certain yieldlarge returns oftener than they miss.
The Secretary of the Assodiation will give particular attention to an
swearing letters of inquii-y, and the Buoy wii iu its answers tu corr:cspoed -nts an
swer all questions asked it.
'R E E B E R the Asociatin .ndis li le s,,l n Eas
.Terms of PiLm'I' l bl ints rovw e nts m !;;t hli r;u]l '. n -' tis.-:-t,: v ''o f is give
-; that the ;a:;k has bCi 1r i, .':i,.,l. C 3 J S L 3 : 1 D I 0 : D.'
Adre- 1;. i I )\ 'i, Sl la..
1 Iariltiuo, Fla.

"i'w 'fE

/l/most -runs its se.f
,indit cuts close in HIH/f T0OH/1R#ASSI
i'erd. fTrAfooursr A' o SYRACUSE
-.*;rc u\ NEW o oRK

and the
,Bay ounltry.

.Ve e ive ma arranemret,.t by
which we can furnish this line m(IMAP
covering about eighteen miles square
of territory, including the Cincinnati
Compa ay'_ '-Tract, also Harrison,
S-,rker r ,ominaiito i,,, ii ,, aiju> n
country, for
By the aid uo tiis nianp the location of
lands purchased of the 'inci:nnati
Conii;aly can be easily ascertained,
or, parties maiy send us $1 and their
ldeNcr'ipti)'ii and we will locate thehi
lots and rettirnl the Mp !'y mail.
Address T'aHI BOY,
.. St. Aindreis, l'!a.

Of the City of SIt, rdows,
Gotten up with great care i)v the
publisher, whto has spared in plains
to prepare for the public a map of
St. Andrews as it really is. It shows
Fxtending ei ~Iw:i1rd from Dyer's
Point, takin. in tlhe ,l ITown M (ir pof
.S- t. A nl rewi ., a, .il I- ,...i .:, .
public h,,.ii5 ,.., i; . i. -i-
dences, . . .
fta*n ii n r : : i. l > i l ; ., ; .. 1 :

Lion T i !'. .','l.'n ::' ,i ; ', -
lan- w it n .i l 1. i 1. i .-
lain-l '. '
S I\t- .i mw wi *1 o1,wnes of lot:
in the city j t '.. i.i 1. .- r u -
cate 1, a. ;s i, f O t. Lu ... t..hik-
f tig of buviig-jpr6'(>-tv.y .
SSize o .if iA i ,:101, 5 1. ,''- ,
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Caeats, Trade-marks, Design Patents, Copyjrght,
lAndall Patent business conducted !or
Information and advice given to Inventorsawitlout
C lgeA. Address
Managing Attorney,
PThM Company Is managed by a combination of
he largest and most Influential newspapers In the
United Statesa for the express purpose of protect.
gtu thelr aum crlbers against unscrpualons
Snad Incompetent Patent Agents, and earh paper
printing this advertlement vou hes tor tho responsJ.
lty nds high standing of th Presa Claime Company.

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Drugs, Medicines,

Toilet Articles.

Proustipt aid Family Receipts

St. Andtews, Fla.


Mattresses | Brushes!

Manufactured by

lnEx:ii)in a ti.oi i if t i.-s M its a .
. r st\ ,, ,. -; ,,n i t]j r a tc i i ui. l i
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Skis TS
ill kinds and styles: you can

Have tihen tJIAI)E by measure,
Laindried in the best style,
and Warruitd 'TO sive satisfaction.

IWhen ,yo 01IDER,, remember

is the nllsiln ta ctulrer.
For Catarrh, Coughs or Colds. Bronchitis
Asthma, Headache, Sprains, Swell-
ings, Bruises, Neuralgia, Liver
Complaint, Rheumatism,
Cramps, Colic, T'oothache, Diptli-
eria, Sore Throat. Price Fifty Cents,
We guarantee satisfaction or we give you
back your money. Call at your Drug
Store or apply to W. F. HALL,
For sale hy Lordsburg, Cal'
St. Andrews, Fla.

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ly to J~pi1 hll, 0 '.
S, i '- i i I i 'll I l t il
S. .. -* -- : J i" e ., i r! Lt t \ : ,i .h.1 for
.-'~ '" . -' 'o a ly a stimiu-
Ito li*; o!ltll. be

on celrlt il cItl hieri

S.il.- I, s,'cli the pr ize.

i:,l rc! )':.lt to esh w
.'l i m "- ., l~l"th ,t !] ctiliiitait
Si l i tI t l i,. i tlo hip.e

S-.hIk ,ie'l i to. e winiobet

- i inpler the better.
4 .'h., -ibest. succ eedl iot
S *i~.- h>n the p] ize.
whoi i t.It to shovit

ih:i t any tinie.
,., .,aii l ai t b tickle

iik '. oi bb uc let-m i

'li'"itv and popular itiI

S)-;' i -l i p of this cituoav i
IIli th fact that itprove-

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returis to their authors, but the littl attorney, 5l. F trleet N. \., H ash-
simple cheap ones-the things that itgttoln, D.
t seem so absurdly trivial that thb av-
erage citizens would feel s,lliler nte be
t ashamed of bringing them to the at Indes-ti.0 DTSPEPSIA i
Sand .tonac di populerstakrity
. tention of tlfe patent office. All dealers k t IRON BI TE
Edison says that tle profits lie has trademaa I it, rerbo le. Genuineha
crossed red lines on wrapper.
e received tlr.m the patents ot all h is
, iarvellous inventions have inot been
the lo.oif] th fNet t at iiE

sufficient to pay the coat of his ex-a *tt, odge, ,:'gai hlt~e i EXI;Ele,
perililenlts. he t the nian who con- Ue'.-1 1 hioce land, directly cast of
ceivedl the idea of fastening a bit 1of L,', Poin East Bay; half mile bay
rubber cord to a ehitli's ball, s that fsont ., i "). 0o frame "ouse ih
t seem so asuly trivial that th av-

it wol coie ack to l thee hani whe a. ed, et
throwli, niade a fortune out of hiis iooj iy -. ... b id w fencedwith
ashemie. f bingiodern sewing t '- hog lh; t .' J. fruit tees andi:s
i cliie is a initiial of ing i tlnity--t. jrust nl ti *, Price ; or will be
: rodtuot or the toil of hundreds O rented Fi l ioO .
bnuy braius t hr.lii~l a teIndt8edl m ,i i good fruit land on
marvellous inventions have not been at Pisu ;

Sperity years, but the while brilliat c- 6U a lrs : change for a lathc.
lt ret po3 atret or i ,. on Watson Baynou,
stit resotssplendid war ioi.. ,l., of,

pcoivt i steal of at the nther end. bit 1 "'2.i Est ay; ha mil
-,rubber cord to a c.il.d's ball, so t.at .' -1-room frame house h

The Little Tlings the Most Vanuable. 1''h I, lI, "1-. Ili eds, etc 'l
t2mlpUaaiti\vely few pei;jc regard n i ,,....:
,i, . I, i it]' ]
thli slrow esn, s ilave nto rs, out fl ios .
everybody has been struck at one rail ir,; .:i. C 1OW,
:ime or another, with iodas that seem- i'.' .- 1
"dy brains thrat I' ,' l .'a n rei ai l \ 1 I, I ,.- good fruit l, ndil :
lh.- iare u lti.i e.l lth ut lut leather r i .. c a:.ge fora at .
putting tle eye of t"e eedle at tte hi.. I N '' ', I...
The Little Things the Most Valuab'le. 11, -AI11
yom paI ative!y few people regard ;'ii,, .,. ,i '1 ,

themselves ni s invr u tdt i o ii i,, '' ,. .!i
S ieverybo i has been ul stirlu aiti.ut p .. tl',-t! d._!, ih,.. ont,,; _._

claims o he a n io tlhe r. "'ith iea t s. *ill
iltn te I'l.ict i n 1 ,, lile I, ;! .li n i ic l 1 6, l:

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ni.e : *
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clai s ipa li.r. tIn. "P -I. Y! If:

h I l- l\ t -* Imit 'h It III I
T "I\\i.., t ui -i thin l1, .1 1 n ,1 ,1'
tle cook. "lie n ver hati to ,i,;-o k ivi(.-
a stove, or he would have kinlvii h.i-\
it ,oght to have been fixed."-
"Hang such a collar l;nttoi "
ginwls the man who is late for break-
Iast. "If 1 were in thet business i'd
make buttons that wouldn't ii' p ,out,
or break off, or gouge out the bacel
of my neck."
And then the v-Arloins n isuffieras for-
get about their grievances and begi:!
to think about something else. If th-.
would sit down at the next conveni-
t'et ,oppoir ity, pt their ideas a bot
ear windows, saucepalis alnd Col t;
buttons into practical shape, and thie!:
apply for patents, they uiight fi;:i,
themselves as indepedenleitly wealth
as the lian w\ho, inveilted the i)ro-
umbrella ring )or the one who patnet-
ed the fifteen puzzle.
A Tempting Offer.
To induce people to keep track o'
I their bright ideas and see what therl-
is in them, the Press Claims Cliaii.:i-
ny has resm\l vid to offer a prize.
To the Person who Sulbmnits t,, i,
the Simpilest and Most Proniisii-4 !I,-
vention from a Commereial Point u.
View, the Conpai.v will (Givet Tw.-n
tv-Five Hundred Dollars in Ca'ih, ini
addition to Refunding thle Fee, 1'. -
Seciring the Patent.
It \\L i also Advertise the InvLyeii..::
i';. -. 1' Charge.
I., i. ,ffi'er is subject to the 1 IlLI w
,Ig u'',-l'h'.nTIT. ". IA -r .in ,4wlritur r
:.iu-t ,ltaiin I jI.; tenit tor his inveilt-,i
through this clinompany. Hle ilmust th -t
apiplyv for a preliinailiry sou-ech, tihe
cost of wviich will be live dolirs.
Sh till tlhe search show his deI\ ice to
zie unpilatelitalble, lie can withdraw
w:ithilsiut further expense. Othei rise
ino will be expected to complete hlk
application and take out a patent in
iime regular \way. 'Ilie total expense,
including ('evernnient and Bunreau
tees, wii I 0 $T7. For this, whether
h seclurrs thle Iprize o l not, the in-
v\enit,r will hlave a patent tlhat ouilght
to h;e a valuable proilperty to him. The
p1)ize will be awar'dd by i jury con-
sisting of three e"';.it;Ille' patent at-
toIrneys, of \ ,)-Iiii'.i ..Ii. tellnding
comlpetitors .-h,1 oil fill IIIo tle fIllov-
ing blank and f.i'r\\ar it with their
ppl itcar io n:
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I sullmit the n;ihlin described invention
in compettiton fr the Twk-nty-five huu-
dreld Dollar PTriz.c offered by the Press I
Claims Companiy.

No Blanks in This Competition. (
I'his is a competition of rather an nn-
uisal nature. It is common to (f'er
priizs for tile best story, or pictur,".
>r architectural 1:in, all the compet-
titors- isking the loss of their labor
and the ucceu-blul one merely hellihng

v -_ A TIONAI,

Ten years were
spent revising, 100O
editors employed,
and over nt8000,o

swers; th ckly and
expended before

tse first cop was
shlouldown hn
Dictionary. Itaan-
rswe qunlckiy ands
Shecorrectly the ques-
tions so constantly
arisingcoern the history, spelling,
pronunciation, an meaning of words.
in a form con tfor ready reference
the facts often ted concerning eminent
persons, ancient modern; noted fict-
on peron an places; the countries,
cities,towns, an natural features of the
globe; tmuslati of foreign quotations,
ords, phrases, proverbs; etc., etc.,etc.
IThlis Worka Invaluable in the
household, and the teacher, scholar, pro-
Sfessional man, self-educator.

to purchase a cy of the Interational.
Can you afford without it?
Hsave yor Selle how itto you.
G.&C. herr Co.

I aDo not b t INM bot-NAL

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PCipailt 1 liall ~

f~ Ipan'. T'I ric c
Jlk', a T ill-io-s5
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era and Photog
s Outfit
i''t 'i1l. i'ii- Iir-.

t gi vv6reitef.
e izzai'

li)i to i.'terli -St Andr'i.-w...
The season is now( upon us whenn it
is reasonable to suppose that a good(
imaii people are lookingg towards St.
AndCew .as a place of winter resort,
and a few'words abont the routes
o;ve' which the place may be reached
will be f'on:d serviceable to those
wishintg to visit us whoi have never
made the trip. Oi the various olltes
there is little if any dillcrence iii the
natter of expense. (-Comiing via
Pensacola the coinfi'rtaiile clhoonors
Jessie 1'. li id Netti inakeo regular
trips, every possible alttention- is giv-
'! to the co)liort of' ilast'ngels, and
with favorable wilnis the tlip froin
Pensacola is mn;id:e' in froini twelve to
eighteen hours; or, take the P. & .\.
railroad at Pensacola or wherever else
you may strike it, for Chipiey; the
distance from here to St. Andrews
overland with a very good road,;is 52
miles; the trip is nmade in one day,
and the prices charged will he as reas-
onable as circumista'cces will warrant;
,,r, write beforchand to Robt. Baker
off St. Andrews, whose advertisement
is to ble fiunlt i' the Buoy, llmikini a
I.'.lt I,.; ]iiii, s,, 1 C1 l you at M aitiaiiuia,

S ',t ,i 'e ,, ; ii' (_ ,i\' i. c:i -t -,-i tit i'ii
-HI ti,' P. .\.: 'r, coIill' froln the
!itl ii to houtgmiiery, Ala., to Bain-
Ga., cver the Alabama Midland rail-
roadi aud thence to Wewalitchka b\
steam lboat ;si a cieaotir l'uitie is to
coune ftoom Mu\itgoimeryi to En fal,
Aia ovc' thiie M. & :. .ni;,c adl a;ii
by sicaliier to v\ewalli'chka, where'
a back can ; e found to convev yon:
sixteen miles to Wetappo; here con-
nection may be made with the East
Ihy mail sailboat;, making daily
trips up and down the Bay; anl
the passage fiomn the head of the
Bay to St. Andrews will be made
in a few hours, affodIling a delightful
ride over one of the finest bodies of
water in the world at small cost; this
route may also be taken advantage of
by taking the P. & A. to River Junc-
tion, thence to Gordon, ': ,wahitehka
andi Wetappo. If thwe ew-aitch!ka
route be taken, dates may be fixed
ahead with parties there for hack
to be in readiness at any time.
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IY,, will Filndt liiu in th.e Pist.-A iee
1'il.l ing at Pari er,. ieadyl' at all tilies
to Repair Your Boots and Shoes.

T r M T% -l a.1
A8&Yi & Y E CH,
I Publishers and Statiers,
tIavo the exclusive sale of these cel-
ebalted Glasses in
St. Adl'rews, Fila.
The only Manufacturing Opticians in
the South.
A lPcddlers are not supplied with these
Famous Glasses.

Baker's a uk Liue
ILHaving recently purchased,
An Elegant Hack,
S1 am prepared to Carry Passengers to and
from Chipley, Vernon, Marianna and oth-
er points with Comfort and expedition.

At Reasonabl Prices.
Parties wishing to reach the Bay wfll be
i m't by appointment at Ch;pl ,s,i Mai iain-
RO rot-hB') Rty t. A ndddress
ROB'T BAKER. St. Anrdews, Fla

Signing wi th the cross \'as first
practi ed by Christians to distiaguii-.h
themselves fraam the pagans. In an-
cient times kings nud ai b' w used the
sign of :.h -cress, whether l.hy could
write ur not, a.s a syn.abl that the pler-
son' i i :g it t1dgoe himself, by his
Christi:an f ili, to trh truth of the
nlatt'ut t,) .vhicih lie tfii:ted it.


Ir F. Brackin's Store,

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