Title: St. Andrews buoy
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 Material Information
Title: St. Andrews buoy
Uniform Title: St. Andrews buoy
Alternate Title: Saint Andrews buoy
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Emmons & Lynch
Place of Publication: St. Andrews Fla
Publication Date: July 20, 1893
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Saint Andrews (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Washington County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Washington -- Saint Andrews
 Notes
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 27 (Sept. 28, 1893).
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00073857
Volume ID: VID00002
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33065309
lccn - sn 95026996
lccn - sn 95026996

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SJULY 20, 189
%r:JULY 2O). 18.j~


NO. 17.


A.13 U.Z CT',tg tLLtUf,'lILn LriLuI tim
arrival at the Grand itral station,
Simpson did not retu_. the smoker,
but seated himself. e car immedi-
ately behind it, wh ie hbad the best
position for seeing at w-s to be seen.
It was gowivi us when the heavily
loaded train oi to a stop in the im-
mense eepa the passengers left and
began l Ip' clungn the long platform.
The .fective easily caught sight of
FaTabild and was not surprised to ob-
seie the Eawt Indian walking directly
behindd him. The former carried a small
aveling bag, but the American's, which
iwas considerably larger, had evidently
been given in charge of an expressman.
It is a lo:.:; lirtuance from Forty-second
street to the Astor Ho-use, but Fairchild
seemed to feel the neled if exercise. IHe
disregarded the solicit.-.tions of the cab-
men, and ;iying no hbed to the surface
or elevatcl 'cars walked toward Broad-
way, striking into a bris* pace and turn-
.:,-, ;uth.ward .onreaefling that great
.h'rin.-~- A .


Eyt.remes Will Meet. bearing llio hiinialte lin 1.1 1-,. lmit
C'orr' ondenie oT lhie BRov. anid oflly, pride, coveitl histhl'-,. lazi-
The great centers.- f society, cn- i,,s. It takes a third vi ilI tlhe
tain the greater pail of ite wealth, workers to supply tio wants ,1, the
knowledge aiil refinement, of the highly civilized few; that (lle l.I-iily
human rate; also the most dle[prve, may Iluxuate a'l hundred Imst -iitier
criminal, tle mn'st wrotclled of mii.'er- all sorts of miiseries, which ol'tei
ables and the most igni.'ant of man- ,lrive.N them into crime. Eve:y civi-
kinl are to lie founi l in tile same lized.l least is extracted from fII.i ut n-
1Iaces. Loinild, clni in 0 fiv e I ivil hia.*klii.s the capitalist \ II l,,-'
niilliou hllmliiai !eiil'ts tlii: ne ill it bon the btead on the worklmaln' tablo-
professional crimintal.-, l.a;111ers, beg- to deck his own witl flowers' Epicu-
gari an.l those wi. liv e 1 ,n th' pro- ruy gruib 'i.1 at a curled rose ler f' il
ceeds of cri:.me: all \nlclled bIy an1 ili beel, he knew nothing of ;l.der-
army of police an;l dlecectiv\es. ,lown; 'his mitto was eat, dr:iii- ain i
While about fifty tlioniiinl are Lbe inert Ior to-nmoirow we umi lite .
rich, civilized andi e.l !ate.l, tlier-.. re ,'he imal race for wealth i '
one million whi. are la;w break a.s niil coneent ration with tlie fe\\, ik ..
Sover oine thliusdl Lcr annmi. -ie creasi'ii. ,tle iialcontents.by
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NOTE.-It nmust he remembered tint the
wind is not a wholly reliable motive pow-
er and if the sailors sometime find it im-
possible to make schedule time it mlntt lie
charged to the elements; they do the best
they can.

SCHOONER
NETTLE.
CAPT. LESTER MERPITT.
Leaves St. Andrews every WVdnesday.
Arrive at Pensacola evervft'hirsday.
Leave Pensacola every Friday.
Arrive at St. AndrewsevPry Saturday.
Fare, with board, $,, williout board, $3.
Freight carefully handlr-d.
'I"N. W. PITTS Agent for Enat Bay
territory.
S, Capt. F. H. Waire, P:r.).ptiet,,r.


SCHOONER
JESSIE P.


CAPT. 1. ClutE.I.E.NOER.
Makes regular trips lIetw'ec-ii Parke rol.
East Bay and Pensacola; will make reag
ilar landings at Cromanton .-d Harl
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LOCAL DRIFT,
C',..i ,.r'.-ial, legal, andI plain -or
pri:,tid i .tal i'lii'- at tlh Bluor ,tice.
-The IU>,v anI the Florila Ag-
riLiilturi-t 'a e year, .-$.5i; clul, if' five,
.'' ..5. e .ach.
-Paint Brushes of the best qiial-
it' and at the lowe-t I pliccs at the Pioneer
Drug store.
-If y-un want a dainty chew get
omnie of that fine natural leaf che ing to-
Iicco at T. C. Da ford's.
-Bring all your cutintry produce
to tie People's store, Pittsburg, where the
highest prices. are paid.
-Legal cal, commercial note
letter-heidl pap:.rs aind envelopes, either
printed or plain at the BUOY office.
-If inyine wonll like to get a pet
niocking bird for $1, they can learn of an
oplortunity t,., d:o o at the Buov office.
-Nice lut otf new wool and fur
h.at., mn :n's? a;i.' ,j6 to be had cheap, at
the People's Store.
-If 'our watcel or' clock is dead
or c(razv, du not hnve it monkeyed with,
iut take it to Hughes, the reliable
jeweler.
-C'apt. N. Pitts wants all the
l.mpilinuJ that can be lironu ht to him at
once and at all tiniest bhe People's store,
Pittlabug.


-For curiosity jewelry call at Rns-
sell's, on I. J. Hughe-, the jeweler.
-Nice stock of ladies' shoes in ev-
err late style at the.People's store, Pitis-
ii rg.
-M:lke a note that N. IV. Pitts is
the East Bay agent for the schooner
Nettle.
-Why suffer with corns on your
toes when yu can get relief by purchas-
ing and using the corn salve sold by T.
C. Danford?
-Capt., M. Ware received
word yesterday that an invoice of grapes
shipped by him to Escanaba, Mich.,
reached that place in very fair condition.
--unches of Niagara grapes
weighing a pound must lhe admitted to lbe
undeniable evidence that the country is
adapted to the cultivation of this fuit. ;l nd
such bunches are no uncommon sighit
hanging upon the vines of S. C. Prows
M)cDuches; Farm on Watson Banou. The
Buuv can testify to the superior quality of
somi- of tbese same bunches, whicl
strengthens the conviction that intelligeW
culture is the only requisite to successful
grape gro ing on St. Andrens Bay.
-The person who inttimates that
any wrong was premedit;ited or "yankee
trick" ret-urted to in the award of prizes
at the baby show is simply mistaken. Bi
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practical illus-
il tre-atment of
11 even recularl
of healil'g in-
I reredies- of
,t ihe very men-
st. office tCo en-
feel thaliful
ponin a latfr
ali'1 that such
easels'gizzards,
bher even more
now ind a place
'ever, a species
some of its pre-
ill-
arkable kind.
ing a. popula-
Sown resources
o create a de-
of a dark age.
ermany. where
care waS swal-
a. As to the
I Most of us
suffer rather
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a- ar .Nware, Seiachlneri r,3

SAW MILL AND LUMBERMEN'S SUPPLIES,

Circular Saws. Belting. Iron. Steel. Brass and Iron Fittings,
NAILS, BUILDERS HARDWARE. WROUGHT IRON PIPE,
Cutlery, Guns, Fisling Tackle, Aimmunitiou, IRailroad andBoat Spikes.
AGENTS EOR
MUNSON & Co. Belting Co., Leather Belttng, Diamond Rubber, Lace Leather.
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO IAIL' 0 :D:ERjS
Corner of Pailaf'o :ritl IRonatll l t Stre-ts,


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The object of this Association is to Improve tle Country adjacent to St. Ipra
Andrews Bay and to ne
Develop its Resources 'as a Fruit--Growing Country:
To accomplish this the Association proposes to Sell Lands in tracts of Two- A
S aid-a-half and Five Acres to such parties only .as will improve them b'y the apIa
" Erection of Houses. Fences;and such Permanent Improvements as will-enhance the ila
- alhue of each tract so dipns.ied i i', and panr'i;'id rly to iatll
Plant tihem out in Trees, Plantls and Vines, that


To the end that iii the shortest practical'. tlirn .i:-' vet v _uclh r.Act shill lie a
SI, ic'e of peveliini to it .) l ine'.
AS TO RELIABILITY OF THE ASSOCIATION.
. The first quetiln i;cblch will nantirally bfe a../ed \vill be: 'Is this .-so-
elation reliable"?, Ani.l tlhe n w.r to it. iiAny i;-I i eiiploviiig tlhe Asoiiulii


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PRIZES ON PATENTS.

to Get $2,500 for Nothing.

Iripiptr huas a Clemr G&i of a Sma~jjtll
-Iittle iand the Losers Rare Piituiias
hat 1a y Bripiil Them, iii Still More.
iii 'I ypouu like to mal ke twelklv-
limrilJred dollar--,? If Yon wou ld,
c.fMflhv what. fol lows anid %,on
bukja way it) (10 it.
lie Prfess-Cluiins Compjany devotes
1 alttepiitlil tu paileints, It IIas
lled Oi h saniks ul a pplicatiolbs for
iitiuii." ft it %v'muld like to handle
Sands niulep I'liere i. ,ilelitv ol
ntive indet-lin this Cullinti v, iie'e1-
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patntgi strikes Ilioimi IC liI1'e'iasf
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is that all invenitor inust ife a1
la] gelilia, like EoliS4iui or- 110W
lie mpiiu ile%%t itOvals toi delv11
ill~iictel eehanical pi-bLleili
that- he inwslt bptlidni a Iiirialiae Wh
,:;te t-liti iuneLts beiiiie lie can get
%%, device ti) a ptellntaile degree.
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