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: August 17, 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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Bibliographic ID: UF00073857
Volume ID: VID00003
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33065309
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lccn - sn 95026996

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St. Andorws Bay!

Virst, Last, and all the
.".. Time!




Best A vertisinll lil.

NO. 2L.

ST. ANDRIEWS, F A., AUG 17., 1893.

"- NITEo SrT.\TES.
I enntors- Hon. San'l Pasco, M, ii icello:
Hon Wilkin,;on Call. Jailk nr viilc.
tel .resentatives- lst District, S. R. Mal-
lorv, Pensacola; 2d Disk ict, C. M.
.anidOnicee-Register, Alex. Lynch; Re-
eeiver, Volney J. Shipman, Gainesville.
:'jovernor-Heury L. Mitchell: Altorne\
SGeneral, Wm. B. Lamar: Secretary *lI'
'-S. JState, J. L. Craw ford: Comiptiller, W.
:-. .D. Bloxham; Commisicioner of AgricuIl-
ture, L. B. Wonbwell; Supnlcrinteindent
i of Public Instruction, W. N. Sheets;
Treau rea r, C. B. Collins: Justice of ,u-
Spreme Court, R. F. Ta;lor, Talla lassee.
'enator-Alonzo "r. Weeke, Chiplev.
M rspChbiftlev,
'Ju.dge, WVid. B. Jones, Vernon;
Cfler'ketf Court, Count\C'lerk, Recorder
or Deeds, W. B. Lia sitter. Vernon;
She-iff, 'C. G. Allen, Cl Iplc-; Treal s 0rer,
S R.. Horne, Chbiley; Tx Collector, J.
'e.v Vernon;Tax Assiesor, A.
S.Gay, Grass,.y Point; Superinlcindefit
S. Publ.ic Instruction, L. L ChLalis,
iernon; Surveyor, Thos. Collins, Chip-
-juatice1 of the Peace. W. G. Sinul.eterry;
I k.. otary Puljlic, Depluty Circuit Court
S/-plerk, R. D. Hopkins: Schuol SuL.er-
visor, R. F. Braekin; Pout Master, G.
S B. Thompson.
S Postmaster, (acting) C. P. Slad'o.
Postmistress, Annie R. 'Park-l-i No.tna
S Public, W. H. Parker.
!' P lT"rsB tR(':.
Postmaster, N. W. Pitt:; N-tary Pullic,
." F. B. Bel. I
Xotaried, E." Mobht'r, Finuk Hoskkini ;
Postmaster and Couit .t 'n. nii iu
W. M. Croman u; Deputy Ciletk of Courts.
S. T. Walkley.

4ethodist-Chur i cor iner of wVi-a1hini -
ton avenue and Chestnut sreet-Rev. W.
AM.,Cr'oi:iah pastor. Preaching at 11 a. m.
S and 7:30 p. m.. evi\er alternate Suinld v.
S.n' Seventh Day Baptist--Mcets ec .ry Sat-
S;' rday at J. o'clock a. mi., cornet.i ot' W\oold-
N-- ibine avenue and Bay View streets; prayer
' ee'iug. same iplacce every FridaJy evening
'.Presbvyterian-Church corner Loraine
`nue and Drake street. Rev. C. P.
ed- (ClristiAn) preaches by perniis-
iyel. alternate Sunday at 7:3.1 p. in.
H.ipi- -Churc' corner Wyomning ave
ter'.stre et.
SJ . ,

~ D~Y O ore,

SWatchmaker, Jeweler and Optician.
Office and salesroom in Geo, Rus-
sell's store, corner of Bay View and
S coming avenues.
St. Andrews, Florida.
:+ 1 R. D. HOPKINS,
Notary Plublic.
and Deputy Circuit Clerk.
Office and lodgings in the Rodney
building 2d door north of posttofice.
S.. .D.- R. J. J. KESTER,
THomeopathic Physician and Ac-
c voucher. OffiLe Pioneer Drug Store,
corner of Shell avenue and Michi-
gan street,
St. Andrew, Florida.

.- fGeneral NewspOaperO adt Periodical

CHicaoo HERALD, N. Y. i WORLD, N. (
.. Subscriptions Solicited,

. B. THonIPSOn POsAL Es'Rr.
E .ast, west and north mail via. C hiplev d-
1. rt.s erery day except Sunday ,it 1-
Vlok; arrive every day except Sun
'.at B:ay npail for Harrison, Cromanton. h
-' Pairker, Farmdale a,pil We .tappo, leaves
'. St. Andrens going bast eh:ery morning "
S at t' o'clock and arrives, coming west t

':e, i'vjal afternoon at 3 o'clock.

'. Late ~ register U. S. Late Chief Clerk U.
Land Office, S. Land Office.
Gainesville, Florida.
Land Attorneys, ,
ainesville, Florida
Seven years experience in the U. S.
Land Office.
All matters Iefore the U. S. Land Ofice t
at Gainesville, Fla., and General Land Of-
Ace at Washington, D. C., will receive (
ironpt. attention,
Patents procured in all classes of land
-'entries, and particularly in cases ofl Span-
. f--ih Litd (rants. Parties notified ot Can-
cellations. Amendment and changes of'
entries effected. Contests earetully con- '


I am prepared to do all kinds of t
Hauling at the lowe-.t,; living rates t
and give entire satisfaction. I
Cut and.delier ted at, ea6~no-al'le rates r
.. " '" ': C '. W. SUttBEBR. I
:r. ,V'-

One Dollar a Year in A

E M M N S & L
Publishers and Pro
Wmi. A. Emmxo. E

Adiho rti.-ing Rates 1Made

An.ivers to Correspo
The Buov is nr ) real et
neither uys, sells, or ip
upon lo''t'; it has advertise
attention to slch matte
them. Any question asl
answered cheerfully anld
est of ourt al.ility and a
in return is that the seek
n action, help alon'._ the wo
und:lertaken-that of builh
Anulrew's and the Bay co
a'.ling' value to every piec
erty owned ly f,,r question
once becoming andl remaini
erilberrs to the Buov" Rein
we attend promptly to thoe
taxes. for .suleiril'ers w'ithl
for our service.. Any enq
cerniiig' taxes .sh,,nll alwa
cominanliedl with a full andl
deseripti,,n of the land-\
:),) instance hunt up 1l1l i
tinl it: they ae noit i:rewe
% ith at I-ast .ix et.s, :po-:'ta
iillector'., t cfice i.s fifty 1
aind, t.o do ainy ln.ii.ie i. w
untlt write iinll: .'ejlt tiwo
anlii\er and two cts Imore a
to anll;; er the c*i reS'loinle
C. D. D.\., Frankleu,
3.'25 is duly placed to j
the lots in sec. tp. 4 a
about 2 miles fro'm Parke'
5 mi es front t t-. A.; can't I
until yon describe thle qr s
can we pay the tax unt
known; be sure and fill out
headed Qr. ai d return
possible; those in see. 12,
near North Bay and 10 o
fro n SN. A.; bitt you also o

$2.5,0 flor surveyor to locate
lti.stwill have to be look I
the cost of clearing and 1 t
be estimated; probably
costly; then you may hav
vines planted and cared foi
cost for labor and get
prices on trees or vines;
year froms planting you ho
get a return of your out
good income thereafter; yo
in installments as work [

Short. and Imp. Ass'n. will
an estimate if you wish wh
sec. is described; there
slightest doubt. but that
adapted to fruit culture; w
d.lo believe a railroad will b
to the bay within a year;
cnlt to get at the value of
now; but you may re.it ass
every dollar invested in
will trove a paying outlay
you carry the impirovenme
bearing time of the vines o0
R. WV. G., ,Melbourne, I
ots are in all probability i
:.iney woods; but elevated e
all residence or frnit growing
es; but you, also, fail to gi
ee., and we cannot tell w
laps'a mire how' far they ar
St. A. p. o.; presuming the
he's qr. they are 5 miles
he posto:,fice; we have no

that yon can buy a a 20-ac
that locali-ty for from 6 t
acre; we kiion'uf a finely hI
acie tract which we can g
'20( an a':re, if you obligate
o imnirove it; there are nii.
whichh your lots are jlatted
ioual mnap covers them ar
eivnt for all practical pIurp
icatioii, plroximity to the b
W. E. D., Chicago, III
iwer has been received froi
inning g lots on either side
blk 18, nw. qr. see. 30), tp. 3
jerha'~p this may cateh
such owners and give you
unity tc buy.
J. F. C., Eureka, Cal.: C
timothy are not adapted to
ion; the difficulty appears i
neither produces seed and
,lant this year fails to con
Lext, haven't seen prunes
ulums do finely and the pru

HURSDAY. Id o as wdll; tihe 'st of fi nit "that du bankiu, t y s e ping "ve t'e land t annlot ruasie you, tor aoubtiess tile T
Advance. well i too log to enumerae; nce lea g i a lelat behind; whole truth would bo unearthed by you.
... wel l. tie h il j Besides," he added heartily, "the service j j, l
--it t,, -i,. that y,,u ill fili pilenity ,f moii, has raised in v\ilnu o;>fe Iun. you have rendered me entitles you to
Y Ii C H \'varieti-, that do to iccn'lpl. your tilme: ldre.Il erl ctnt, ,:r ,one ,,l1l r will bln What you .ash. Listen, therefore, and
prietors and a nan with $2,0. or $3,0.0 can as nch n-. twlid I f,re while all By J. G. EETUN youbshall, hear the story of the rajah's
IT e r a ii. a itr h By J. 0. EETHUTFH ruby," ________MIs
S J. L lu. es.tablisii hi:n.selt haihdsoiiely andl ile.critin-4 o l' property ave fallen
hae pet ft to sustain h nself half ti r r va ICopyriglht, l_.r, hb. American Pres"BAssocla, CHAPTER XXII.
Known ha n .let lft hti siusta himself o a I i tIliif- Iori.er val: Thii u n.l 1i sTonY OF THE RAJAH'S RUBY.
nnn lland family until his orehard o"r vine- pii 'grlnii has been worked td lo.zen As has already been stated, the won-
Syird become. t onice of piCit; manyill .be --- derful gem known as the rajah's ruby "
iercowTrmnn thn Ifirst came into prominence more than T*, EIit1
.Nw, thrse East Indiaun happened to 00 ears go. ilol minerals, its age 'a, i
ondents. are doing this with less than $1. i oll,,wed. by a f then "Now, thfse t lsappened to y come ntpuaion, butLi its enough Drugs, MALE IN
ate a 'encv; to: start wit ; good wild land can be prices w ll rce.:ivel mI tli< property arrive in Ellenville on the same day that is beyond computation, but ,t is enough D ''
nts a price had for $3 to $5 per acre it bougIt be- takenli.n lby the Ilanks todla at a low the hitter reached there. Dr. Maidihoff for present pnrposes to say thatwhen it rugs, elCns
.n1was iudignaut when he was justly ques was carried to England by the doughty
'rs who pay fore the speculative lever .-els peoplee figure ill ie sol in tlhr or four iou as t y le ngwas justly que soldier whose titld to its ownership t is :" C Y
tioued as to *hv oil learning that a bill not best to intiquireinto too particularlyi'ACY
'rs: aiddre.s wild; the BIurv will be glad to welcomee years Iofr twice what it Ino1 elll for. glary of the Livrmore homestead wau not best to inquire into too particularly N
ked will lie and a.s ist vyou. Our grea-t nation is d e into impendinghe did not place guards in he took ith ita -ri- of slemel.trititons N.
the ".so ^ i,.-ti;iit.tinJs Mithat would.lhave t.vli incredible in these ,8
h _.. .. .. .t -..... ... ..,. .oinIl pel-._ ... ..."i
ll we ask M1oney and-Congress. agriculltiral an.1 th e br e over ple believe was tie cause of her death.'. But the ber i' d named was that n
R11wetB"' "'ll"101 d,0 nt u1.d1,rstatl he imeaiing of which the belief in wit, 'rIft V-,:. ~c_'t,--
er for infor- Corespoi denlc oi theBcov. liich they exci:inge tlieir goods i.~ I rl "" of eral,.and the clergy as \ll as the lity
k we h The present monetary troUbles all n e !.ank ave -control 01of ary si me p.eop.le believe that the cherished fancies and beliefs, at which Prscritio l FFiy
ling up St. over the woIld are likely to cause that and clharue .4 iiilt.h toll and at shock cause her death, when the fact is' With the rub w il d ri
din- up')1. 1, With the ruby was inolosed a writing CO.POU ])j, ,,
autry anul any minds to reflect upon the use regular intervals the two silds are "IhopaoyulissLiuder s the laguag n parchmein, firwrdt egroassed intEng- RPO
e of ,- and abuse of money. The coin, bill, ruined and the 1.anlkeris lriihe. you arising, sir." crit and afterward translated into8t Andrews, F
nters Iy at or paper called the legal tender cur- The banks of Englat'Ficac,', "Most certainly I do. I do not think possession ofueinoe no
that even you will deny that Miss Liver- rajah's ruby could etain possession of
inning sll:,- rency or measure of value which are Germany and America ilreall in a more is now at her home in Warhamp- it only by obeying certain requirements.
iembnler that all known as money, are of no real line and the banks of Australia set ton, with her niece, Miss Evelyn Gilder, First of all, hemust always keep itinFOUND
vayrnent of value to man only as a hieans of fa- the ball going to give otlidrs a chance to whomyou areengaged for marriage. his possession- the t is, he must never
S~ .. .. .. e o Arthur Fairchild did rnot deny it. On deposit it in the custody of another nor mI Si'. AnDRrws,
ut care cilitting the exchange of goods. To o closing up their ranks d clean- t contrary he compressed his lips and anywhere except beneath his wn roof.
h pcontrary.c opseiHe could take it with him if he chose n S ho wear
uire,, ,,- illu.stiate it,'a farmer brings to town ing ulp everything. There is another held his peace until, observing the hesi- e oune g, u h must ren
ys I.e .c- one hundred bushels of sweet pota- side that is very bad anil that is the tn of the er, he quietly aid:rdianship over it. Thus the best
i em course at his co~rmma nd was to place it in
coilnhltet toes and sells shem to a storekeeper debtor side, ninety-nine men out of "The sepoysor Thugs committed the course at his command was to place it yo
011.Ie Ia heba strong safe in his own Odwellng. Thatf
ve can in at fifty cents per bushel and takes every hund:ed are in debt and when burglary as they planned, and believedws precisely what was done by Miss
i$40 goods, each the gets up p-in- for a time that they had secured the real ws precisely what was done by I iss
letter-, to $40 worth of goods, each article hav- the money gets locked up i the prin- rajh's ruby, whereas that which they Livermore, its last owner. Have them 1ADE by measure
,ivel-al,,, ing its own price. Here is a balance cipal banks they are driven to the obtained was nothing but a piece of col- The invention of the fase gem was an
due tothe fa-mci by thesto-eeeer wall. It often -uns ths: A ored glass, intended to serve the very idea of old Captain Ashleigh, who served Laundried 'in the best style,
e, forte due o the farmer by thestorekeeper wall. It often runs thus isdiderveTheytarted Great Britain during our evolution
iiles an\ay f $10 and for which he receives'a. in debt to B, and B to c, and c to D, on their way home with the supposed The real jewel was kept in a secret and Warranted T0give satias'aci.n;
ith 1im duie bill payable at at any time at that and so on to the end, ofithe line. prize, but had not gone far when they dwaseft whe ra brlar, after ounre ob-
t-fo discovered the trick that lind been played taking entrance,'a burglar, water once ob- it.youORDER
t for hisstore Now if the first ca and pay, all on them. They returned to renewthir ing entrance, was sure to find it.
re re:LniIel Here is the monetary system in it. can follow and be solvent but should attempt to secure it, or to be revenged The early British owners of the ruby V D
Sffwere in constant dread of a visit of emis- V. D. C E E
it. most primitive form. Were the sta- a be unable to realize on his assets on Dr. Midhoff." series from India. Overtures were made isthe nufctur
Va.: Y .ur ability of the store an assured fact and and the banik refuse all are bankrupt. erupted Fairchild. several times from different rajahs of --.----. --.
'our credit; the due bill acceptable to all, then At the present, day we gave men "For, outwitting them-one of the that country for its purchase, but they
Strongest motivesthat such persons can were rejected, since another legend con-
Se probably we have the national ayttem and let analyzing 'the composition of the trgest h luo edi e tht neh ersons cn ected with them was tat whoso er
ppte. Theytlurkedr in theHneighborhood
r p. o., and those due bills be acceptable by the stars, hunting fori microbes qn the of the Livermore homestead and doubt- parted with it for moneyIwould speedily Here I come again to thank mni'
:ell exactly inhabitaiits of other nations and.we legs of theflt, trying to ca ture the less discovered the truth.", meet with violent death, customers for their liberal patronag'o
."What do you mean by the 'truth?'" Two attempts were made to steal it, and I will try to please then' with
;ec; neither have the international monetary sys- brtth pole and vet We'can ot devise. ."ii.' h^t ra" 'sr.. wahsih't ep but the vigilance of its possessors pre-
... ... T initotu e ra'jh's y 'wi j in ithe p1no- t bu a v o p -
ii this i. tem. an intelligent monetary system, session of Tet doctor, er raler of him vented success, and shortly after the tlD '
tthe blank The term.doblar is only a figure of that.would save them firm ite 'r:nii and yourself, for:on;a certain eight not closeof our war for independence the 011 iLftiUlltl
theblank ete dol a periodically inflicted on th m by a long ago you sat with him.in th upper ruby was brought to this country by the t --I A. Ri G "E S ,
as soun as speech used in trade and between few soulless corporations. roomof, the. housi~yith the lr burn grandfather of Miss Livermore. When S,. call on
.... I~ / g pn .th0. tame, rh'ale you dbsc. n'e It was left to her-, she inherite-d with it
tp: 3 aret traders as the word mill is used by tr.-. ng pa .the table, hile d youe discussed w t to hr a i d LE
r niles o government to help in the -- whatshould be done ith e the strange myths arid fancies as well as UL H ARLE Y,
t 12nes ou rnment to hp in te hen Massacimusetts Wotcn meanwhile pasng i back and forth the false gem, whose purpose she fully ,m ill Find hi in the Post, ie :
ntitthe r. tion of taxes, andI per cent by bank- tween you. Id not thinkyou wi deny understood. uiling at Parker, ready'l alt all f.im -'
wen.on;-. .t While sheshar twosome extortthis.'o e.r
e iyill 1ryand points in EucJicl. N Er Aon-" that." r ir Boot
N. Ete n. gid oit in E id. .N.Y. ing.uI have ntn.dnL-..6,' ----- -singu ar belief .attaching tO this jewoeli o ..''. , 1id ..
o improve; --.In every hundred do-lrars' w ofrth of A Bttou wo.an return I If you wish to know why I-am .so Ilh i, 1tTIld iili ill Il 1. .i J 6 e t
ncing with trade transacted hete, there are only Euirop with a wardrobe frm 1:r;- certain about it,.I r.-ply that I saw you religious convictions. She wid~ ed to l Ollege
.. thus c .-.g.... ." cast off the chain, though not wholly
probably four dollars cash used and nixety-ix landifngat thi- city. h In triunsporting sArthur Fairchild turned and .tfarcdI at able to do so., Therecanr be no doubt For Young Ladies, Roanoke, Vd
Sthemn; the are credit, or due bills, forty of which her trunks to Bostopo l.,v rail ,they the detective as if he would' look' him that her mental worriment over its pos- Opens Sept. 11, 1.-!3. A I-eautiiul iand
v'er before are never redeemed and are known as were lost and never recovered.. She through. The only response he \mlade session induced a state of nervousness attractive College home. New buildings,
In .. can bankruptcy. r da o lbouv it ,r W Was: which eventually reduced her to the con- among the finest in tihe Suutii bModrn
going ca bankruptcyaccordingly brought suit fr a sub- am litenin go on. edition of anval. improvements.
not very The nation's due bill or money can stantial sum. The railroad com- "The warning which I gave Martha, Thus matters stlod when Dr. Maid- Campus ten acre, 'umagficet rautmltdin
the servntl, put you and t docto hoff, her family physician, larned the scenery; in Vley of irgiia famed' f'r
e trees or only be made by-the nation and thus pany's defence was that -she owned the serant-grl, put you and th doctor h hr physician r health Euroen l mrcnea h-
pany's on your guard, so that the two'scoun- whole truth. He was a man of strong ers. Full course. Advantag s in aMusic
r at small the nation ,is responsible fer its re- no clothes The wearing apparel, drels, prowling on the outside, darednot mind andhad no patience with bigotry and Art unexcelled. For Catalogue' ad-
wholesale demption. The actual manufacture the value of which she was endeavor-, attack you. You and the doctor agreed and superstition. This led him to use dress the president.
That the best course was for you tc bring his utmost influence to persuade her to W. A. HARRIS, 1D. D.,
the third of the circulating medium is not ing to recover, belonged to her hus- the ruby to New York, and you did so disregard all the absurd injunctions she Roanoke, -Virginia.,
uld almost enough to save the people from the band. In it she hadt neither interest today." had received with the heirloom. WESLEtAMN EM LTITT
lay and a rapacity of the Shylocks; its/dispen- nor rights. This was foulid to be a "How can youknow that?" "It has been a curse to every one that WSLEYAN EM ALE.I TITUTE
San a rap"cy of te h ; i is You carried it rapped in raw cotton, nad anything to do with it," he said. Opens Sept. th, 18. climate andsurroundln ex-
u can pay station must also be by the govern- legal fact, and her suit was thrown and brown paper, and placed it on the Sellit for the comfortable fortune it will r4t r eb s outside,
.and .rown ~r ,. poroug renovated, rpante insideno
'rogresses; ment. Congreess alone in this coln- out of court. The knowledge that inside of your vest on the left side. As bring and get rid of the pest." andurnished withhnew ianoscarpets o. Steam
~ "r' +i /~ i i110soon as you reached the Astor House you "But, doctor, you know the penalty,'" triaoroughy equipped. 20 experienced teachers.
St. A. B. try has the power of making money Massachusetts women w ere all wear- son rAh h advanced Courses Engish. Latn, German, Freno
Save it to the clerk, who deposited it in she said, with a smile in which there &o. Special advantages Music and Art. 141 board-
make you and they only should distribute it ing their husbands' cloths ran like the safe, and you imagine that it is still was no mirth. pples fr thos Scelrat Ted smoder&ia ForOatl-d
ten the qr. amongthe people; the interposition wildfire through the .atate. Town there." "Faugh! You do notbelieve anysuch w.w. ROBERTSON, Pres., Stannton,Vm
Fairchild bounded to his feet. rubbish."
isn't the of banking companies is the cause of meetings were held. In three years "Has it been stolen?" he gasped. "No--that is, I try not to believe it Indisuensable in
they are all the trouble. by agitation, eloquence and impor- "Keep cool; it is still there, though and do rot. Yet when I contemplate
e honestly We see letters from the financiers tunity the legislature gave the woman but for me it would have been gone be- the step I shrink with a dread that I Ev'ry Giood KAl. thel t
ig and Wal street agents full of phrasthe own i: of he clhe. yon all possibility of recovery by you suppose is mostly due to my poor health. As every good housewife'knows,
Running and Wall street agents full of phras- the ownerhip of her clothe.. On oranyoneelse." "Undoubtedly, and why, therefore, the difference between appeli zilg,
it is diffi- es such as "the stringency of the that day, which all Masachulsett, "You, take away my breath. I don't pay anyheedtoit?" delicious cooking and the opo-
your lots money market"--as if money could women reinenmber, although it is not kno what to think." wish it had never been left to me.site kind i
d t bought sold wen te stnd- oi a te "n the same car with you from War- If I could will it to your any one else, largely i dcli
ured that be bought and sold when the stand- recognized as a .state holitjay, every hampton rode a dark skinned person would do so." sauces aud palatable gravies.
inll'oving ard of value can only b.: measured by woman wer.t out proully f,r tie ilrst dressed in the height of fashion. He sat "I don't want it, but I wantyou to get Now, thel- -luire a strong, deli-
Sprovidtime in her own garments on the opposite side and afew seats from well, which you will never do as long as cately flavored stock, and -te'
pov seyou." you remain morbid over that. I shall best stock is
its to the And again, we are told of stocks- Spencer in a Boarding House. "I recall him, though I gave him no give you no rest until the thing is sold Li big o 's
trees, bulls and bears and ,the price of Iondon Tid-Bits. particular attention." and off your mind." Le pa y
la.: shares; te price of silverand the Mr Herbrt sencer once d- "Nvertheless he bestowed particular A third injunction, coming down from
la.: yor sares; the price of silver and the vl- ttent on you, for he, too, knew that former generations, was that the owner Extract of Beef
n the flat, ue of gold-how the people will have vised by his physican to e for a you carried the rajah's ruby, andhe was of therajah's ruby must never give it
enough for faith ini the banks-have confidence while in a boarding hous6 in order ready to take desperate chances to get it. away or will it to another until ench lan
g purpos- and al will be well; the trade of the that he might be rested men- d ou gon out this evening earring ct was amonsathe la of his orer life i
-It witwih you, you would have been as- --that is to say, while Miss Livermore icart.c and beanutifies thi .af"
\e the qr. country is on a sound basis and such tally by the light, clieerlul ani saultedsomewhere in the city androbbed, was at liberty to designate by will the goes in at or'..
withinn per- like, while men, women and children brainless conversations at the dine But you left it in the safe at the hotel next owner.of the gem, that owner could c ca t ir1.sn a
inr per- t e, we robe n,l o mentheir R and rush table. He took tle a ,l i and spent the evening enjoying the "Old not receive it until ti i,.-::er's, death. S ooc,inned .CUo ,l n :..-
from the a obbd o and a rush table e too e a" While you were there this Thus, as long- as the ijpction was TheConsumptlveanFeeo u.
I to be in down in the price of cinm,,nldities~r ro- not sta ng!' In'-. T17"aa- sam tEa r it-hnUiaor septy-or Thug pr- heeded, Miss ivermore miiu'st rem Tin o"~ cr, .,,-to.. ... de: OL n-
d .* -- -nt.-.1 ii ,.]r...-t l \ or Hr M with t i. to r, for si virtually w a'hlra um "igri oal "rLu hewck es.i'he. JI '- _.c
ne. fromin duced by their toil. customer to sit next to .]ii at dinner sent'-'l hiui-o If at toi( tsor Ho- i- with tied to tr uch fornosuchOirtrnlly s o r gc.h
an order for theo package. purportinN to anon. o.'a 5;iri. y eure eure ,tr cou.
-' -uorting to- u nHind E sRC s mhz c. -Le5, at Itru'g.ats.

Ioult lhut -Anm extra session of congress is was as rea' tom tier opin -u h ot tile bsi-mn1n. by you. Your signature was- While the good lady was in this state
re tract in called by the president and much dis- house and spoke of it ge Ierally witl ex,-mt.lI with such skill that the clerk of incertitude and distress, Dr. Maid- W L DO UCLAS
t 1 erOi 1. the relative value of he id, tris had scarcely a doubt that it was genu- hoff received two valuable alliesin the in w e LieLp,
S er nsi on the relative value of ivee sai, ec ine." persons of the niece, Miss (Gildr, and Q3 SHOE mNooW P
)catedl 1i- and gold will be induged ii. Mr. Spencer here who tik he Then why did he not deliverthe pack- her betrothed, Arthur Fairchild. They wear them? When next need t a
et or Longbefn ca be knows something abliot i mnce and age? Do you tell me he did not?" ridiculed her weakness with such suc- Do yo weather Whenne n ry a
etyou for Long before an action can be tak- philosophy. I have tot Frect bhim "He was about to do so when fortu- cess that she was forced, to the decidingg Bet in ld
SyoursLslf en bv congress, if any is taekei the every night. nately I arrived and managed to prevent point. .00 .00
mas on people will be fleeced by the money it." "I will sell it and take the chances. 4.00 .
ig hh wi aleedy fred down The Free Liy. "This sounds incredible, but I do not Heaven will not permit any harm to .501 i2.00
outr se- ring, which has already forced down Te e Lidoubt -you. How extraordinarily things come to me for such an innocent deed." FOR LAD10
id is sumffi- the price of wheat at Chicago to 65 Texas Siftings. have come about" It was at thl'is juncture, while Miss f2.50 2.00'
oses as to per bushel. This is the lowest price IIee Miner, theater pro- "The clerk went so far as to open the Gilder was absent among her friends 62.25 1.75
L 11011 FOR BOY*
Setc ever each fo heat t th hia- prietor. was standing in tie entrance parcel-that is, partially, soas to show a and Fairchild was in another section on 9200 0.
ay, etc. ever reached f or wheai et tne le atC a the diamond instead of a ruby." business, that Vthe alarminglottor arrived FO2R S
.: No an- go board of trade, bilt it will never oF Aenne tiea he "Had he fully opened it he would from India,writteu by apersonunknown mlF
: parn-es rIo ah the peote at les than $i1 np.er other,.day, lihetn a- seedy actor ap- have found two qarge diamonds and the to them, but who Miss Livermore in-
u parties reach the people at less than $1 pe- proacled him. rajah's ruby. My dear sir, I appreciate stinctively felt v.-ns a.friend. She sent
of lot 21, btushel--the difference going into the "I beg patdn, Mr. Miner," hl the inestimable service you havedone to for Dr. Maidhoff and gave him the let- If want a fie DRES SE, made i the lat
s, r 14%w; pockets of the ringsters. ame and to others dear to me. I do not ter. He read it through and was so an- styles, don't pay $6 to $8, try my $3 $3.501 $4,00 or
te yers a cntrt have you a coy f tie new know that I shall ever be able to repay gered that he toretho missive in two and $5 Shoe They fit equal to custom madeand look and
the eye of Every ten years a contraction of the Plaw?" you." flung one portion in the grate. Then, wearas wll, If you wish to economIze In yourfootweari
an oppol- circulation takes place everywhemre "I have," replied MI. Miner. "I can tell you how." said Simpson, feeling that he had been too hasty, he dosoby purchasing W. L, Douglas Shoes. Name and
that it is necessary to bring down with a smile, picked up the larger part, replaced it in price stamped on the bottom, look for it when you buy.
Wat tn ill you be kind enough to "Let me know, w1d I will bponly too the envelope and shoved it into hi-' W.L.DOUGLASBrockton, Mar. Soldbf
lover and prices and enable the money kings to run it through,and see if I am on the glad to do so." ocket. L. M. WARE & CO,
o this sec- make their customary haul on the ,.fee list? I want to losk in at the "Tell me the true ctory of the rajah's [TO BE CONTINUED.] St. Andrews, Fla.
to be that properties and products of the people. theate- tonight." ruby.r ah was silent for a min
' Arthur Fairchihl was silent for a min-
a thrifty They first break the small banks-a uteor two. B' was debating some ques- She Knew Yopng Lincoln. Inilint proof in gold of thle first
ie out the panic is created and prices go down For Malaria, Livr Trou- tionwith hin-,lf. A visit was made the other day to the coppe' cent issued by the United
tried; until ty has depreciated fifth ble,orIndigeon,use "If you n tes. he finally said, "I house of Andrew Simmons, a well to do States is in te possession of W. L
tried; bu c unti propeny t nas epreciat y a e BROWN's. I'RON BITTERS would tell you no more, but you have farmer residing near the historic little States the se
ne should per cent. and then there is a wave of roved that you Luow so much that I inland viLlae .voft Fountain Greea. lyisu Boyd of Paltimore.



zt.ndrel M

Thursday, Aug. 17, 1


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'NoTE.--It mAst be remeinberei
.wind is not a wholly reliable mo
er and if the sailors sometimes f
q.ossible to make schedule time i
cl argued to the elements; they do
they can. \

Leave s SI Andreis -ry Wi\,ln
Arrive at Pensaci-,l;a eo ,'rv Thuis
Leave Peu T.icola e -nry Fril:: .v.
Arrive at St. Ai Ji, e e e,,r Silt
T -O -1"-''MTj ni.1.ll :1 "
', f@'N. W. PITTS ;a if.r
territory y.
S Capt. F. H. Ware, .Pro
-C" A J SS IE P.
Makes regular trips between I
East Bay and Pensacola; will r
'ular landings at, COrmahton
prison and at any other point'
Squested beforehand to do so.
. er- and freight transported a
able rates and satisfaction gu
Orders left at the residence of
tian St. Andrews will receive
and careful attention.

'APT. E.
Carries the East Bay Mail; leaves
'drews Monday, Wedniesdrv a:
S mornings, arriving at Wetap
evening. Leave Wetappo
morning s arriving at St. Andre
cvo. iin -. P-'-- ri-_-.r ant d freig
ported at reasonable rates.
The Jessie P. sailed fo P
F i.Fri,.1a noon h'aying on board
Cliff party aid Mrs. Savage ay
ly. On reaching Mary Esthic
Sclielleiiger was advised of tl
Sof a1'firs in Ionsmacola'and lie
;. tely returned to St. Andirews
mr il. i in . T iues,^y o ii iit hi
rLel III,,
C.lif a,,.i p,-i l t, liu\viti-g ,,L-tirt
ate cii'. ,a !Tie t M.Iry E
take t1( in t i De Fuiiiak. '11,
.- sailed ye te'day for l'ci -.a

lie ill

off t6 .3- Penii ._ .111 -
cargri was ftlini,'atedl, after
wvas mUloade,' at Wuare'-. hi
rthd boat sailed ,out yes~teilay
.sacola or MlIile as shall Ie ide
ed after reaching the quara.
S The yacht Annie S. dropped
8iupplies Saturda:y on her wa:
lia.-_tlre trip south to Pensace

0 U OD'3 AND 0
Hood's Sarsaparilla is th
Scine for you. Because it is t'
bloodpurifier. HOOD'S8 C
r --------- -------
: A W week's Weather
ThTloe .folliing table -shows w
.temperature at St. Andrews h
dur;iin the past week, from obse
taken at the Buoy office each
and noon:..
'1 li .r..i.t .. ... Aug. 10 76'
Firday.. .. .. '. 11 79
Saturday,...... 76
Sunday, 13 77
M m.da ,, ....... 4 I t1 I
;T usd la y,. .. ....... 15 80
VW dti, esday, ..... 1" lii i
Indigestion, and Stomach disorders
All. dealers keep it, $1 per bottle. Gen
trade-mark and.crossed red lines on

Geo. S. Hacker &


., .- .

Building Mate:
I"'indow and Fancy G]

AEproess anldflral

Succes sor to John Lutz wil
: promptly to Lau.linr' freights, h
goods, or any and all work entr
hinf Baggage delivered to any
town at reasonable rates. Resid
Loraine avenue.

, take expert physicians, of 1,881 houses showed Anoher Offer, NES SU PPLIES.
sn. .only thirty-seven cases of sickness, as fol- A IPTeSBR, Aug. 14, 1892) .
uineha PISTSBUln, Aug. 14, 1892.
wrapper. lows: typhoid ?ever, 2; chills and fever, EDS, Buoy: As I see that Harrowboy,
2i I2; malarial fever, 3; ordinary diseases and E, B : As I see hat Ha rrowboy, .
d n a o asked Pitts, the merchant of Pittsburg if '
Son, injuries, 28,nd not an instance of where would donate a lot to any one who i. F, s Co p any
S a suspicion of yellow fever could be found. ,hewould donate a lot to any onewho -am p ny
would edit a paper in Pittsburg, I will an-. .`
[The news by Wednesday's mail is still fur-. ,forr wil
swer, yes. A nd for the first year I will
their reassuring and the probability is that also pay for y advertising. I will
SU communication with Pdfsacola will be im- als will
eiately re-established, also give, out and out, grounds for a "DOUGLE GA CTl O FORCE PITYMP,
-Ja. Nesbit who, with oor Karl church, a schoolhouse and; a hotel,
.: -Jai.]: N esiniMr. whoel, w .it ,oor Kard Should wi? Ie so f,,rtunaf. as to' g-t a"
: in eil:r and Mr. r.ikefield a.sick pd aper as i;pai,, l as the St. Anidrew
each ,l, .I, t.'- ,Nitli ip tlt, otherail i-lIi we shallte i:.c .'ls.i' -.sfied. STOP CRUEL TY TO ANIMALS AND USE
Id s Laird's Mill Bayou died last Wednesday. N. W. PITTS. PYTO AALS AN
The deceased was a Scotchman and we he- AL
lieve his relatives reside in-Scotland, He G- A R N OTICE
was a finely educated gentleman and a G A B.R NOICe
graduated pharmacist; but preferred a We take this opportunity of informing
rural life and was preparing to establish' our subscribers that the new Commis--NTE ITS MERIT-
iself quite nicely. Why he should have sioner of Pensions has been appointed. it wlt positively Protect your Horses and Cattle from any annoyance
self quite nicely. Why e should have sione o tensions een appoint m FLIES. GNATS, MOSQUITOES and INSECTS of every kind, nM-
neglected to care for himself when his He is an old soldier, and we believe that e. i-roves the appearance of the coat and does away with the use of the
fever assumed a typhoid from, seems a soldiers and the heirs will receive justice y not. It also prevents THRUSH and other hoof diseases. If applNGE
to Dogs It will Instantly kill every Fleathat It touches. Itcures MANGE
mystery. Mr. Brakefield is convalescent, at his hand. We do not anticipate that and other skin diseases. It is the greatest compound of this pro-
but shows the effects of the fever visibly there will be any radical changes in the grsse age. Recommended by thousands who are using It.
a Price or FLYLENE: Quart cans, $1.50; half-gallon cans. $2.50; one
-Almost everybody who has be- administration of pension affairs under the, gallon cans, $4.00. Brush furnished with each can. Ono gallon will
SiO new regine last three head of horses or cattle one season. Ask your dealer for It.
like to possess a map of the town and con- We would advise, however, that U. S, CRESCENT MANUFACTURING CO. -oF^.'" PHILADELPHIA, PA.
ral. 1 tigous country. To all such we would say soldiers, sailors, and their' heirs; take FR SLE A E
a hat for one dollar sent to us we can fur- steps to make application at, once, if teR SALE BY L, W A Co.,
ass htha r n llar n e a f have not already doue so in order to se- ir ST. A T-D ~ ]. -ET S -I A-
lass a nish them an excellent large map of the cure the benefit of the early filing of their ____ _
town with the lots and public places cor- claims'in case there should be any future
U L LY recllylocated. Besides-this city map, we pension legislation. Such legislation is NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
have also a sectional maembrac not seldom retroactive. Therefore it is of L, O IC Ar GA LLE, FLA.. LaND OFI AT GAINSVILLE, FLORIDA
have also sectional map embracing not great importance that applications be filed ;; July 29th, 1893. June 24th, 1893. f
only the town proper, but all the land in the department at the earliest possible Notice.is herl.y given that the follow- Notice is hereby given that the follow-
disposed 'of by the Cincinnati Company date. ing named settler hasfiled notice of his ing named settler has filed notice of his
and while lots and blocks are not shown If U. S. Soldiers, Sailors, or their Wid- intentionto make final proof in support intention to make final proof in support
t is aueasy matter to et their locate ows, Children, or Parents desire infor- of his claim, and that said roof will be of his claim, and that said proof will le
i it is au easy matter toget their location nation in regard to pension matters, they -made before H.'B. Gaskin, clerk of the made before W. B. Lassitter, ,lerk of the
by the use of this map One dollar buys should write to The Press Claims Corn- circuit court, at Blountstown, Fla, on. circuit court at Aernon, Fla., on August
either map pany, at Washington, D. C., and they will SEIptcliblir lth, 1893, viz. 18th, 1893, viz:
prepare and send the necessary applica- HONORE COUDROY, of Parker, Fla., JOHN D. STEVENS of St. Andrews, Fla,,
-T A Battle for Blood tion, if they find them entitled under Hd 18332'for lots 1, 5 and 6 of section 5 Iid 16980, for lot 2.sec. 5 and fractional
SIs what Hood's Smrsaparilla vigorously the numerous laws enacted for their t- 4 , r4 southeast quarter of sec. 6, tp. 3 s, r. 14 w.
1 attend fights and it is always victorious in expel- benefit. Address. He nares the following witifesses to He names the following witnesses to
ouseold ling all the foul taints and giving the vital prtbve i os.i a ce uphb and prove his continuous sidtice upon and
part of fluid the quality and quantity of perfect John Weddeburn Managing Atty. S.T. Wt i alle- J. l anoA'.' -Perci- Wiliam Adams, W. 1. Adams, H. W.
lence on health. Washington, D-. v.al of Pa ker, Fi and H. M, Spicer of. Smith, Kim Barnett, all of St. Andrews,
Hood's Pills cure all liver ills, P. 0. Box 385. Croi,,i in, Fla. ALEX LyNCn, Register. Fla. ALEx LYNCH, Register.
'^ *

-John' T. Pitts, Agt sells 14 lbs of T THO TE
893. graniiulated sugar for one dollar. ,
--Gilt edge creamery butter in l1b
and 211b tins at the People's store.
-For curiosity jewelry call at Rus-
sell's, on I. J. Hughes, the jeweler. R E .
-Paint Brushes of the best qual- FLA.
rityand at the lowest prices at the Pioneer P urg, FLA .
Lrug store.
-W F. Woodford has established
a grist mill attachment to his wind engine N I
at Farmdale and will do custom work.
-Now he imagines hlie's sure got us.
Attherisk of the author's wrath, guess I wi.~h o inform theitizens of WXashington and Calhoun counties that
At the risk of the author's wrath, guess I have opened tip a large and varied, tack of
d that the we'll have to divulge his name next week. I have opened up a large and varied tock of
tive pow- -If your watch or clock is dead Sop1ke McKeld M
ind it im- When 7 years old began to be troubled with eo
it must be or crazy, do not have it monkeyed with, zemaonthehead, causing intense itching and ttsbu former occuie by N. W. PITT SON,
the best but take it to Hughes, the reliable burning, and affecting her eyes. Her motel II the S re at Pittsburg, formerly occupied by N. XV. PITTS & SON,
jeweler testifies: We gave her six bottles of which I proposee to sell at the LOWEST LIVING MARGIN OF PROFIT.
-The contract for carrying the Hood's Sarsaparilla Rek, .-Yiig the truth of P. T. Barnum's trite saying that "You can fool
mail betweenFarmdale and Wewahitchka andshe isentirelywell. Ihave takenit mysell all of t people some of the time, and some of the people all of the time;
has been awarded to William Redd and for that tired feeling and it does me great B 1i You Can'0 t Fool All Of the People All of the time,"
\M'RRITT. the service will be inaugurated Sept 1. tgood." lS. WILLtZM MCKELDIN, 404 I ptoshow yonthat yon need not lie t-d at all in purchasing
holim St., Baltimore, Md. Get Hood's. I ,'] o t o y tat e not t.l at alli puchsing
eiay. -Ne tri ts Pills cure all liver Ills, billounesI yu DIr Goos, Groce'ries, PIroyviions, or Boat or Farm Suppplies.
'lay. I. lia .. iln ,tock i r gr.s Mas.n'Is tlt aundiee, Indlgeio, sickheadache. 2 cent e. 'en.ses ar very light; my buil.lings were all built with a viewto
urda. iar.: als. I pl., 2 ;: 1, 1an. 3 gal. stone -- conveni ce, comt'ou t and the economical handlingll of an extensive
Sr '.v. ." r-- J.T. PITTS, Agt. PR ECLAU TIONAKY. 1 F
E,-t D .I tl, r. cati, Jid Ic flwi ih aA Mass Meeting Helh in St. A- j I
."pair ot the .celebrated, perfected crystal drews, Sat'irda ..
irietor. lenses, manufactured only by Kellamr & t When the report reached St. Andrnes I have projfit-coisuIling Irets to pay, anI I p:ropos to give my patrons
Moore Atlanta, Ga. fhat the yellow fever had appeared ini the full 1.S-Ltit of all tlie.e aldvanta-e.e over my lI.s f,.,rtunate competitors.
-The party quarantined in the Pensacola a public meeting was called for r t 1 f
ILENGER. Strickland house across the bay consists Saturday afternoon to take precautionary Ealars O oncr N tll
Parke ron of Prof. J. C. Lipes, James Moates, Noah steps to prevent its possible introduction Fin at erFrOnt and Other Lands for Sale !
nake reg- Moates, wife and three children, Miss here and the citizens generally assembled Titlene remove from the United States Government, and of course
and liar- Chadderton and Mrs. Dolain. in Ware's Hall to devise ways and means. PET N W. PITTS
when re- --Several correspondents are re- F. H. Sheppard was made chairman and RFEC ittsbur, a., Prker p
Passen- Pittsburgr, Fla.,-Parker p. 0.
Ptason- luctantly crowded out this week. Such A.-Wells secretary.. t" ,.
it reason- -_____
the cap- pear with their subsequent favors just as vision could be made, but it was arranged
e prompt soon as room can be made for them. that the passengers on the Nettie should
Agent. --" C. Danford wants everybody be detained on the opposite side of the bay I U
to know rhat enameline is the best stove until all fear of contagion should be pabt,
polish ever offered for sale anywhere, and and that any incoming boat should be rig-
that the price is within trhe reach of the idly quarantined.
PALMER. poorest. He is ready to prove this to ev- John Siurrock was appointed a health
ery citizen on St. Andrews Bay. officer and his name recommended to Gov. '
St. An- -Do you conte.iplate locating in Mitchell for official confirmation. G
d Friday Florida or investing in Florida real es- While there has been at nO time any real
ipo same tate? If you do, don't fail to correspond apprehension of danger in St. Andrews it '
alternate with W H. Parker and get facts and fig- is thought advisable that Mi. Sturrock
u's in the -F64L
hit 8trs-- ores about the deiilihtful situation and should keep a sharp lookout and positive-
ninmerous natural adviioLages of Parker, ly protect our people fropi exposure. He
on East Bay. provides the people on the Peninsula with
6nsacolb --Mr. Teall, whose postoffice ad- such necessaries as willmake them cm-
the Dr. dress is Cromanton,Fila., has a full line fo t Ible, making two or three trips a day T
nd fami- of samples, and will if sufficient encour- to the beach; but he holds no personal in-
r, Capt. ag nent is shown estaliish himself in St. tercourse whatever with the exiles.
Andrews in the merchant tailoring bus'- The presumption now is that the scare F R Y OUR
he Statt' nes, and perhaps add a department of has been far worse than there wag occa-
iminedi- house furniture and,cabinet ware. sion for and t at in a very few days bus- SHOES
Si iness between b~rel and .ensacola will bhe S HATS S
Bay, a.- -Emilf Schmidt brought to the conidncted with Its accustomed regularity, .'Y G, HATS, OE LOTI,
.,.. ]_ ; . '. i .. l. i' -. En, speGcim ens of
Si- i,, .. ..- ,.l tf.m the tt:eeson I TISNOTwhat wesaybut what G_ sEt
- tli. t ..I h i,'. ,'l_ m'r tnil.;- fr.Io St. ndirews Hod'sSarsaparilladoesthattellsthe R CERIES, QUEENSW ARE, Etc,
n the EC., t aty id Of course they are storyofitsmerit. When in need ofmed-
-e t I il i t.d i.it .tt dil.. t ud Iu- ir..i- icine remember HOOD'S CURESELLS FO' c. A
.c.'la i is ing oureve, a feast whenli they have HE SELLS FOR CASHT AND MA
I ,ie. n ii,:. ti t bf...,. -, Tlhat Boat Race.
c-7'j t Peoplle'h store, Pitt-bub g, Purllsuant to the ebillc nrg issued 1)O
,.y..i.- h' Pe,.ple'I store, I'itt.,b'ug, Puisi t to the chbllr-,,- i.iucd ,. T H E L 0 W E S T P R I C E S
S, .-L.- Ti -arrr ll-- ernrtrpriPes. I.apt: Anderson to sail the -Cli retncc'-A.- ------ .. ..
Pc i .. :,la ~:tndatd -izee rick, delivered \inlt th. S -ie I;., oir .any .th.-r ,' at ol -
Yle IlT 1 er a "-.rwrE -o -- ,ar "aip f rt... ol
a. l'.i, lt.'ere ',n East Bay for ten dollars per her class, Messrs. T H. Parker and Joln
whicit M.;hell lme i. anI q(uanrtity a.t short' T. Pitts accepted the challenge,and claim- L M i
r1'. ai.l ,ili'e; aii one isling tiIr work done ing the right, by the terms thereof, named
t',r Petl- '.tIo l( ..1 their ..oit'I t hI- People's store the Parker course and the1l5th of Septem-
tein in- ". H. N. T.:ill %ill cut and make any ber for the time; but Japt Anderson de- '
e i kind _,t uitr ndl an t.i ,rait.?e "a perlree t fit._ jD E A*L E R i N
itiie t i' t an giarnte a perfect t. elues to go farther than St-Andrews, '
i-''t e teachers ot Washmigton hence the race is.probably off. But Capt
and Holmes counties will assembly ; at Anderson says he will meet the Susie B.
d in for Bonifay on Sept. 19th, to continuue for six half way und race he'r for $25 or double
y from a days. County Superintendent Charles is that amount; but doesn't consider it fair
nola. w engaged in preparing for entertain- thit he should be le. from North Ba
)a. ing the teachers of Washington free of to Parker while the Susie B.-renmains at
N LY charge, and he hopes that the entire corps home. .
e medi- wil! attend, that their names may not be On the Half Shell. NS LASARE,
hebest erased from the roll of the enteprnghe reon hat the Buo's supply
e, best ahdfaithful. The lectures promise to be For the reason t .hat the Buos supply
JRES highly interesting and instructive. of paper on hand is quite limited and that
. --The fina,,nce committee of the there is no knowing when it can be re- N ,
hlat the late Fourth of July celebration will hold plenished with that now lying in the :
as been a meeting in Ware's Hall at 2 o'clock Sat- freight house at Pensacola, the piper is
operations urday afternoon for the purpose of making issued on half a sheet this week, and pos- A ull Li C nn 1
niorninga sibly we shall not be able to return to ouA1
orn a final settlement. The authorized repre- weha be ae O r n .
t l n tto Thdrew auhri repd natural proportions next week, but hope U U U -
-i Nooi s ntative of the St. Andrews Brass Band
l t r entati he to be able to, and shal do so as soon as _____
78 also the representative of the M. E. church ,(-
78 .communication can be re-established be-
84 organ fund and any other person having n a p Me- '
8 a claim against the committee are ex- 1e
; pected to be present in. order that their while we must be the forbearance of
t>5 several claims may be adjusted and paid. those advertisers who have been unavoid-
i ably crowded out and all must accept the AND A COMPLETE STOCK OF
w: -I'he latest advices from Pensaco- assurance that we shall do the very best ,
Sla are that house to house inspection by we can under the circumstances.

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Their Advantae to (t Prics fore Orerin Elsewhere.
O F -F 0IC A. T T E 1 I -.
LEE WILLETT, Proprietor,



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Carries the Largest Stock of "
atchesl. Clocks. Jwewelrir Snnita

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Ever Brought to St. Andrews. s1
SILVEWARE. Shell and Aligator Teeth Jewelry a speeialta.l
Office at Geo. Russell's Store, St. Andrews, Fla.



Cheinn Casuh an. A R.IEA DlV P A V Rnvia

I will take in exchange for goods or cash all kinds of Barter and '"
Country Produce. And having adopted a Cash alndReady Pay system of'
doing business will sell at the lowest prices my large stock of





Fish Fi

At the V4
I am AL4et of thio
for EaI.tt lay P'artic.' al


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sl Roe ani Oysters!

ery L-west Living Prices.
80HOONER JESSIE P, a d, l will carp ,
Reasonable rate.i. y
iC unu y, Fla. '

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


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Do You Want


Business Locatief

Secure vne or More Good Residence or Business

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Or a Five-Acre Fruit Tract

Being a PRACTICAL SURVEYOR, I am prepared to furnish

011 the Shortest Possible Notice.

Will be Given Pronrpt, Personal Attention.
W. H, Parker,. .
Real Estate Deawer.
Parker, a

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