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.enators- Hon. Sam'l Pasco, Monticello;
Hon Wilkinson Call, Jacksonville.
,epresentatives-1st District, S. R. Mal-
lory, Pensacola; 2d District, C. M.
aand Office-Register, Alex. Lynch; Re-
ceiver, Volney J. Shipman, Gainesville.
"jvernor-Henry L. Mitchell; Attorney
General, Wm. B. Lamar; Secretary of
State, J. L. Crawford; Comptroller, W.
D. Bloxham; Commissioner of Agricul-
ture, L. B. Wombwell; Superintendent
of Public Instruction, W. N. Seats;
Treasurer, C. B: Collins; Justice of Su-
preme Court, R. F. Taylor, Tallahassee.
Representative, W. R. ?ainer, Chipley,
County Judge, Wm.B. Jones, Vernon:
Clerk of Court. County Clerk, Recorder
of Deeds, W. B. La.-itter, V.-rr n.I .
.beril-: C7. Allen, CI.nIiey.' l erasuirei,
H. C. Horne, Chiplty; Tax Collector, J.
W. Cravey, Vernon; Tax Assessor, A.
J. Gay, Grassy Point; Superintendent
of Public Instruction, L. L Charles,
Vernon; Surveyor, Thos. Collins, Chip-
rtistice of the Peace. W. G. Singletcrry;
Notary Public, Deputy Circuit Court
Clerk, R. D. Hopkins; School Super-
visor, R. F. Brackin; Post Master, G.
?ostmistress, Mrs. Ellison.
postmistress, Annie R. Parker; Notary
Public, W. H. Parker.
?ostmaster, N. W. Pitts.
.otaries, E. Mosher, Frank Hoskins, F.
B. Bell; Postmaster. W. M. Croman;
County Commissioner, H. M. Spicer;
Deputy Clerk of Courts, S. T. Walkley.
Y.P. S. C. E.-Prayer meeting at the
Presbyterian church every Sunday after-
aoon at 3 o'clock. All are invited.
Methodist-Church corner of Washing-
;on avenue and Chestnut street-Rev. W.
M, Croman pastor. Preaching at 11 a. m.
ind 7:30 p. m., every alternate Sunday.
Sev enth Day Baptist-Meets every Sat-
irday at 11 o'clock a. m., corner of Wood-
aine avenue and Bay View streets; prayer
eviting same place every Friln. evening
Presbyterian-Church corner Loraine
avenue and Drake street. Rev. C. P.
Slade (Christian) preaches by permis-
sion every alternate Sunday at 7:30 p. m.
Catholic-Church corner Wyoming ave-
aue and Foster street.
East, west and north mail, via. Chipley de-
;par-ts e e(ry ii.\ eixcptt Smindnay at 1-
o'clock: arrives c\s -r i dai e.'clpt Sun2
.a1- a .1 ( "-
Parke r' iilndale ;anhd etalnp'o, Il,-ia%
St. Anarews gujiiit, L ,t el' er morning
at V o'clock and arrives, coming west
every afternoon at 3 o'clock.
North Bay (Anderson): Ar.rivs at St.
Andrews every Monday, Wednesda and
Friday, a. m ; Returns to Anderson
same days at 1:30 p. vi.
F. B. BELL,
Notary Public for the State at Large. Of-
fice and residence,
W. H. PARKER,
Notary Public and Surveyor. Special at-
tention given to all Notarial business;
also to the Drawing of Maps, Charts, etc
I. J. HUGHES,
Watchmaker, Jeweler and Optician.
Office and salesroom in Geo. Rus-
sell's store, corner of Bay View and
St. Andrews, Florida.
TR. D. HOPKINS,
and Deputy Circuit Clerk.
Office in the old real estate office opposite
Brackin's store, MIagnolia street,
DR. J. J. KESTER,
Homeopathic Physician and Ac-
coucher. Office Pioneer Drug Store,
corner of Shell avenue and Michi-
St. Andrews, Florida.
G. A. R. NOTICE.
We take this opportunity of informing
our subscribers that the new Commis-
sioner of Pensions has been appointed.
He is an old soldier, and we believe that
soldiers and the heirs will receive istice
at his hand. We do not anticipate that
there will be any radical changes in the
administration of pension affairs under the
We would advise, however, that U. S,
soldiers, sailors, and their heirs, take
fteps to make application at once, if they
have not already doue so, in order to se-
cure the benefit of the early filing of their
claims in case there should be any future
pension legislation. Such legislation is
seldom retroactive. Therefore it is of
great importance that applications be filed
in the department at the earliest possible
If U. S. Soldiers, Sailors, or their Wid-
ows, Children, or Parents desire infor-
mation in regard to pension matters, they
should write to The Press Claims Com-
pany, at Washington, D. C., and they will
prepare and send the necessary applica-
tion, if they find them entitled under
the numerous laws enacted for their
Press Claims Company,
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MORE LIKE CHRIST.
A Columbian Prologue and 1'.,in 1,\ .1,,-
senhus C. Lipes, B. b., for t ih Chlrii;l.in
At the birth ot Chri.t, clh ii.i-iiif \a
dawned npon an idolations wvilI.
The starlit manger, though llInnille
and low ushered to the .vhole lih.-
then world on Christman nimon the
lovely babe of Bethlehem. \V'hat a
beautiful and exalted hi.-t,'r How
lovingly patient! How divine! How
Pure and innocent and mild,
Christ was born a spotless child;
To redeem the world he came,
Help the sick and heal the lame
He is knocking at the door;
Several times has knocked before;
Will you wisely let him stay,
Ere the night bedims four way?
Yes, a silent yoice within
Now casts off the wiles of sin,
Bids the Savior ope t.ie door,
There to knock-no, never more,
Babe of Bethlehem so bright,
On us shed thy glorious light,
While we magnify thy name,
Which through all the age came!
Let the nineteenth century show,
That our love for thee dotlrgrow,
As we sing and shout withglee,
More like Christ, 0, may we be!.
Gifts of men upon the trea
Make us think, 0, Christ of thee!
Blessed be thy name forever,
Thou hast died our bonds to sever.
Born into a world of sin,
Wholly pure and clean within,
Thou hast searched the hearts of all,
With thy gentle, gentle call.
So we'll follow thee-our gui,.-,
Through life's forest far and wide,
Ti.l %c ric-ah [iimni.u Iu l'- i:la'd,
And I.(.e 'Ji thi: Ju%\ Ld one3 stand.
IRing! U, Riig' the merry h.ll:
-"Peace I.n eartht th.-ir unsi; L t, lis.
S Let I he oUl'. Ibf ~I zidlt: ..y r d'
With their pains aind ac'.cs 'AI r.
Ring! O, Ring! the good-time bells,
From the hilltops and the dells;
The World's Columbian of '92
Speaks for Christ and mankind too.
0, yes, the Fair of '93
Tells the world that man is free;
Bids him onward sail his bark,
More like Christ to make his mark.
Niinety-four will seon be born;
Let us hail the glorious morn;
The Y. P. S. C. E. forever,
More like Christ their true Endeavor.
St. Andrews Bay, Fla., Dee. 18, 1393.
IT is now fully established that
President Cleveland positively de-
clined to use the United States troops
either to restore or retain the queen
of Hawaii upon the throne, and
those papers which so emphatically
asserted that he proposed to do so,
must feel pretty cheap.
SOME papers aie making a great
spread because, they say, thousands
of opponents of tariff reform are
sending to congress protests against
the passage of the Wilson bill, while
none of the advocates are petitioning
in i.ts favor. The reason none are sent
however is obvious. The great ma-
jority who elected the present con-
gres know it has the power and have
unshaken confidence in it that it will
do what it was elected to do-put
some obstructions in the road of the
robber, protection; the more the bet-
ter, and they do not care to encum-
ber congress with petitions to do
what it is well understood it will do.
At Wildwood, Sumter county, on
Chrismas day entered a store and
shot the head clerk, probably fatally
and another clerk l-ss seriously. A
riot seemed so imminent that Gov.
Mitchell was appealed to for military
assistance and two companies were
sent to the scere of disturbance, but
before their arrival the principal ne-
groes concerned were arrested and
placed in jail, A multitude of ne-
groes were assembling tor the avowed
purpose of liberating the prisoners;
when they supposed military protec-
tion had been withdrawn, but a squad
of military on duty fired upon the
mob and killed four negroes; this had
the effect to disperse them and at
latest accounts everything was quiet
and the militia had been dismissed
and returned to their homes,
Tihe silver Qii-ie.tion A..;aiin.
L',II It a :- u' Ili: I.. I In,- L t O t
l ' . .\ : '''i" .c \\ .,I ,, 1i II e '.l l-i.'il .
( %\ L.\' th ;% ,,l' '\ .lac il. l ti.,n ,.l
tnai- \uiie lit I n t it.r clI. we:
fill ll l l l in e\ ei' I larg: itN thi l I.. -
0111 tI e ..ni t I ry. IiiIt thie t p na l.iI
.'l; .. 1 I I e -"' .1 I.-.. liu I'1rey llPO n
luuIII ll; tv a I i thei\e in the iii.1lor-l
ti tie I elle elh thie ihn ileyv
i;'-,ke'I- ol Loliilm ild .lit-, t Eni4!al .l..
aiinl \\'atll .ti el t i\e\ I'iYrk), li:atll
hlia. beeii so. lu.ll -,n and.l rel iitll.: 'l
%%:-''L against the ieuple ,I Ainelica
ieniiiih.l m C(,I the able 1f heli bys
.ili thle ll,4g 4 NW while it miia Il.e
I'i i i' i the goii.l- -bli-.r it i. ruiiAiti,.i.
to, thullitls -nd1S1 of well to do ilie.s,
ii .."-'; i l i\'i,!u;als besides lIaiiitg
Iaulpei 1.f Inttultult tlous 11 I ,f lolle.,t
working men and w: inenl.
Ne have seen wlat Judas jf old
received for his treachery. Now if
the Judas who has betrayed the
people of the present age would go
and do likewise, we, as people might
hliat is to be gained by the policy
pursued by secretary Carlisle is an
open question. Instead of redeeming
the silver ccrtifiates in silver as ex-
pressly stated on the faco of them,
he pays the aniount in gold;-and the
gold reserve being below the limited
amount, some thing never heard of
previous to the inauguration of
Emperor Cleveland and his appoint-
Inent of John G. Carlisle as secretary
of the U. S. teasury.
[The correspondent is permitted
to use his own language; but tihe
Buoy protests that the title of
"emiper,'r" to the president of the
United States is entirely inappro-
I rate and uncalled tor; the president
is elected by the people and they do
not care to elect a mere figure head.
If lie has a mind of his own, so much
the better for the president so long
as he exercises it with prucdepce and
discretion and the FuoY believes that
bloth he and his cabinet are striving to
abiiniister the government wisely and
iiiinestly; If tie policy is inimical to
olle l 'lit.; l.)i' JargCr. o i, ti ,r,.)bably
i.,..r-,1-1iutiIh.eT5y Lit-illht e l. I i >e tiPFi
tiusts that its correspndtenlt'n ill lea ii
to take a rational view of the itiua-
tion and remember that ue ale still
living under a republican f'rin if
government even though it i- i'ei'l-
ad over by a democratic adiaini- :,-
tion, and that its executive iheadl i- i:
no sense an emperor.-ED.]
It looks as though the whlnle :i-
rangment was a cold blolei.-, 1 ".
meditated plot to bankruniL thie eii-
tire country for the benefit ol' I i
money leaders of England aAnd tlin.il
It is very plain to le -eeun %\y
England should take the stanId 'h.-
has on the money question. II il
first place it is a creditor ,iui it, :i till
a heavy holder of government bI.III'
as well as railroad and other c.rln...r-
ation bonds, with branch i.tlicei' ..I
their insurance companies :st :illi-hlel
in nearly every town and city in ihI.
United States. Thie conmpaniii ale
heavy money lenders holding, mi.,!t-
gages on everything they can ,etl
that is of any importance: it i ti.
their interest to contract the amount
of money in circulation as inuch a '
possible to prevent the redemption
of bonds and mortgages on maturity.
Being a nonproducer of silver as a
nation the first act was to strike
down one half the money, which she
has done t-hrough tile treachery o- a
few senators who were in the co -
spiracy. by demonetization of silver
more than one-half the supply of
metalic money in circulation being
denied its use to the people.. With
silver no longer in use as money.
mining would soon stop except a few
very rich producers. With the
closing of the silver mines about one-
half the supply of gold would be cut
off from the money supply from
the fact that about that amount of'
gold is found in silver bearing ore.
Having succeeded thus far in the
plot they have every thing arranged
to suit their ideas; they can buy sil-
ver at their own price which is and
has been for several months between
69/ and 70, which when coined
in Indian rupees are worth in trade
with Australia $1.40f which is a
neat investment even for gold-bug
England who will not recognize
silver as money, except, when paid
out by her own dear people from
England to some of her colonies.
[TO BE CONTINUED]
"Tliank yvoa. !>ut I h1ia.alrealy dlde-
cline,1 to .ii 'ta1 .:- coLiil"'? .jthe replied.
"I utiidr.~-rt.!;=! \v>--llat I a Ia 1ml11 I shall
beItray -nithin, thai 1 ciarei cnc.:,11."
Tihe jiul,;.- m.itt ri.l thing and
pushed back:his -pecta i'Th lawyer
Scoialqt.a-s : l L .
"Do you care t9 conceal the reasons
for the enmity you. have admitted?"
"If Mr. Henry Maimwvariun were
alive," she answered, "I should take
pleasure in telling in this .i -'t:e th.: cause
I had to hate him. But he is dead, and I
have no further qqarrel with him. He
has paid his debt, though not to me."
The audience were by this time as
much excited as attP-ll ive,: and nomove-
ment nor intonation of thi.- beautiful
and mysterious stranger was lost upon
them. The next questions referred to her
proceedings on the aftern:,:.n preceding
the murder, to which her repli.;s were in
substance as follows:
"When I was told of the plan to en-
trap the burglars, I asked to be per-
mitted to join the party, but they would
not allow it. I made up my mind to be
there nevertheless, but I said nothing to
any one about my determination. I ac-
companied the party down to the lake in
the wagon. All went except Dr. Frank
Mainwaring, who was confined to his
room by illness. I had my gray horse,
which Mr. John Mainwaring gave me,
brought along, and also my riding habit.
The reason I gave was that I wished
to ride round the lake the next morning,
but the real reason was that I intended
to ride back to Cedarcliffe that night.
"After arriving at the lake we un-
packed the wagon, stabled the horsQs
and made our preparations for the night
in the log cabin. Then Mr. John Main-
waring took Tom, the groom, aside and
told him of the scheme to capture the
burglars. Tom had not known of it be-
fore. The three other servants were not
told. We had our supper, and the: the
two gentlemen and Tom s:ivlietd their
horses and rode off. It was a dark night,
though it did not threaten rain. After"
they had gone, Mrs. Mainwaring and I
eat for awhile in front of the door of the
cabin, looking out across the lake. By
and by she became sleepy and pror: :-d1
and tfien lay down ,myself. I d-on't know
what time it \was; it was dark. When I
felt sure that Mrs. Mainwaring was
asleep, I got up and put on my riding
babit and went out to the stable. I took
out my gray horse and sadpled him. I
understand the nIanagenriet of horseR.
I took with me a small pistol, a d'.rrin-
At this thire wasi\ a. nurmnur among
the litenrs, which the judge siilencead.
"-Whr<, is the derringer you .peak
of'" delmand-.-l the lawyer.
"I gave. it to. Mlr. Faxon Last niiht,"
she rti'hel-. 'It is in the same coalition
as it was the morning after the mur-
Mr. Faxon here advanced and handed
Up tle wOv-apln, which was passe-d rt..und
betwvi:-i; tih-- ju,;;2 a, d the law:.,',r. .Li-
fre continued her story:
"I rode t,.vwar C:da 'eliffethro.ngb the
woods, a.tnd I rl'-.' i'..st. hal been to
thi lLi, oL ] hor',,:.'- ,: t.f:.re, and I av-i
fond of the wo':ud in.i ni-ver mijs amy
way. I r- ae.amb.r'.d a d. -ert.d shed -,r
barn a muil- i'r w two rin'.m C,.ierchiffe and
aside trouj tl;-h path on v-hich I was ri-l-
ini, arnl I d.--ci.ledcl to: le'a..1 y hi.,rs~, t her,.
and go tl.e r .-it .I.f th :- wr-y on f. .'t. [
found tlhe barn w-it ul',t any liifit-:ulty
and1 un-a.ddl,,l may i'..ray amid made hila
c,,if.,rtaLll. Tllen I wi;kied toward the
."Will v':'. state." init'-rp.]sod thei law-
yr, "v.-h.:tlih-r y.'ur olji:ct in this -ca-
pale \waa t(' at-ilt ih the proposed cap-
ture ..,f the tlaurglar-.r "
"No: I t....k h. int.-r,. ". in that at all
I wi-ae.1 t..1 n,:- Htnry Mi w v.aritig."
"For what purpose?"
"I had been waitin:f. ve sine-'" he re-
turned home from oal.i,'a,.l tij peak to
him on a subject of ill,..,rta;ce to us
both," replied Sinfire, heri cheeks and
eyes glowing, while her voice augmented
in volume and richness. "I h.:.l never
found the opportunity tL-mt &uit -, me.,
He did not suspect nu 'ili*it 'I; indr.l--'d
he misinterpreted it, and at' one time I
thought of taking advantage of his mis-
take to accomplish what I wanted. But
that course proved to be too difficult-I
mean too revoltin:-- url I tyo:, it up.
And afterward -s.,ifethlini 1.;.1i pt-ned"-
here, for the first andi l.t lntil-, hi-r
voice faltered somne.wh\tl,-l-~iometlhiing
that almost made mle dciil ; to give it all
up-give up all I hadl omo so fat' to 'do
and had promised to do--an, to leave
Cedarcliffe as suddenly as I came to it.
But then, when I remembered the wrong
he had done, I said to myself that I
would stay and not break my promise.
So, when the aml.,ush wp.s planned, I
knew that it would give me what I
wanted. I could meet him, and then I
could ride back to the lake, and no one
would know that we had met."
"Allow me a moment, nit;id:u," inter-
posed-the judge again. '"Ti'l inference
from your words is-the os.ti:usible in-
ference-especially when viewed in con-
nection with the event which afterward
took place-that you were acting with
the deliberate design of waylaying Mr.
Henry Mainwaring, and 1.ling armed
of either compelling him to do some-
thing or to agree to s.-nething (we do
not know what), or in case of his re-
fusal, or for whatever reason might
seem to you gufficint, tkli;i hii life. I
6y th; i s an all'owaliie interetnce front
ydtr wornim. Is it iwhat you inttlnded to
co v,-Y .
'"It vi. s i l my tl:oughts that I might
t:i!;', hi3 lit.-," Sin-air, an.riswered, "but
oithlr tliaig- v.'-erc a-ii rl-o)ssil)le. I could
nut know what I h...uld finally do until
I ..,4 i.-- vj;'i ._. ,'ij" 1-j .ard him
Fpe.i'L:. I think i:.. .tv i I shia:all, prob-
ably not have killed him, but tlinn he is
dead, and one feels more gently toward
"Very well, madam," replied the
judge, scribbing some words on a paper
and then scratoling his chin with his
penholder. "You may proceed."
"I have told nearly all," she said. "I
searched for Henry Mainwaring, but I
did not find hinm. I once caught sight
of some one I thought was he, but it was
his brother John. They must have al-
tered their original .intention and
watched in different .la.'..-- from those
they had at first determined on. The
body was found in a spot I had not
looked in. At last, as the dawn began
to break, I went back to the barn and
saddled my horso and rode toward the
lake. At that time the murder must
have been done, and John Mainwaring
and the groom, after carrying the body
to the house, had r.-tn-!.l1 to the camp.
And presently the wagon c.,me up, and
I joined the others, and they told me
what had happened, but no one asked
mo how I chanced to be mounted and
abroad so early. That is all."
"Pardon me, I have one more ques-
tion to ask," said the lawyer, who held
the derringer in his hands. "I think
you said this pistol was in the same con-
dition as on that morning. Are you
aware that it has been discharged and
that the shell of the cartridge still re-
mains in it?"
At this announcement John, whose
face had lightened a little during the
previous few moments, suddenly turned
white and leaned heavily against the
back of his chair.
"Yes, I know that,' returned Sinfire
"How do you account for it?"
"As I was on my Vway" back to the
barn I saw a rabbit crossing the path,
and I fired at it. It was the impulse of
a tio[ma--it, arid I wa s.orryv directly aft-
?A-, t, .t-L ..- .'- v -' 0 1 :_ .1 r,-_
-"It wa an impuiil-.e that may have fatal
co.nit tquences for you, mad.4in," rejoined
the lawyer, while. a l,:,w muttering of
diacordatit feeling ran through the room.
SYour honor," he continued, "we have
tr'..it,.d this lady with every considera-
ti-..:, aunl she has been allowed to take
,-r .vi n course in the story she has told.
V.'., hi:l witnesses ready to speak to sev-
I1,.I l'.ints, but the cynical frankness
\\,hI. : hii.a characterized the greater part
1i thl. n..rrative to which you have just
ii-t. ;,. .1 r nders their conirina:tion super-
!in.ln~i. while as for the conclusion of the
i.l.--. d i, i anifestly artificial and out of
Ik. Iiingi with the rest, it will not, I think,
i .trry a' y weight of conviction with it
We Ii, :- been told that the-witness had
a ii'.'~l.e f or enmity and hatred against
thl, Ir-.,.1 .ed reaching back to a period
aIt i:->,'Iiant to her appearance in this
m ittnIiuiniry, and her presentation of her-
li' I,, .rei- us as the offspring of an un-
(.' ,- --,:.tted union, and therefore with-
'-it r.- .:.-quized social status, justifies the
ni iLn:-lce that in whatever may have
i'..,i_-n*1.l between her and the deceased
i -.:-s not thebonly or the chief one to
-...:. Be that as it may, she conceived
i :..Aii.gnatnt purpose against him."
\iNy .-hould I concern myself to re-
1 r..'1.I-r the fluent rigmarole uttered by
tlhis r.,-lnibn legal fool? He spoke accord-
i,L.- to hi, light, but his light was dark-
1i-- A. H:-I ended by proposing that Sin-
t i i hl-iuld be committed for trial, with-
tiit further ceremony, on the charge of
i. % v.Iillful and premeditated murder of
H.-.nry Mainwaring, and it would doubt-
less have been so ordered, if I had not
arisen and stated that I was prepared to
make a deposition of the gravest impor-
tance, which would put a very different
construction upon what had just been
heard. The judge accorded me permis-
sion to give my evidence in my own way.
In accordance with what I had resolved
upon the night before I requested to be
sworn, and when the oath had been ad-
ministered this is what I said
"I do not pretend to explain why the
lady who has just. testified has willfully
laid herself open to a charge of which
she is as innocent as I am myself. It is
my business only to prove that she is in-
nocent of it, and that I shall do beyond
any doubt. As to the account she gives
of her origin, something of it I already
knew or suspected, and also that she was
hostile to my brother Henry, though the
causes of that hostility I was content to
conjecture. I never asked her and she
never told me what they were. I must
reveal also what hitherto has been known
only to her and myrslf--that I have
loved this girl almost from the begin-
ning of our acquaintance, and in due
time I had reason to believe that my love
was returned. But no definite contract
was made between us, because it was
first necessary that some conclusion
should be reached in her relations with
my brother. I did not know what she
intended as to that, and she probably did
not know herself. But on the night of
which so much has been said we agreed
"My illness prevented me from taking
part in the proposed ambush, and every-
thing was propitious. She could come
to lne without .,.. 1:-_n;, i- peril, and we
co.ull remain l .t -,.-tier many hours. Ac-
courlngly oe l.:rt the citp at the lake
before 1') u'cluclk ;aid reached my rooms
at II. ;;, i\wa s'ill ~ ith me when the
Fgeoul C;ine to anunounie the murder,
and while noi was with mewhe withdrew
into the laboratory. he was still there
when we brought back tLk bo.ly, and
after iv brother and the groom had de-
| c te n their err nd she helped me to
h the by. mJi he put upon his
the old al which was tie v
-s of his faull iThel at itI ce
ip veretur ied, aiASr0L toward
he carpid noti she met the returning
While I was uttering these perjuries 1
looked neithe-r at myr brother nor at the
lawyers, but raightt tri thiu fire. At fib-t
her eyes tecounteredi nine,.but preienmty
she dropp,--d tbem, and the iush in her
cheeks faded aind faded uusld even he 1
lips were white. I o was prctb k o d to hav
her spring up and giwa tremfe
she did not stir. he ai ier eed toQ
breygg,Ur' stillhrnaies. I, s
say to*~i tu privater-aanll I .
but at k-ast I should have s.oved Ilor life,
and inasmuch a's. her fair fame was al-
ready overshadowed by her relations
with Henry she might recognize that my
action was at worst the only possible
means of clearing her from complicity
with his murder. Nevertheless her utter
undemonstrativeness made me more un-
easy than any outbreak would have done.
It was the sign of inward stoim.
Meanwhile the sensation produced
among the listeners by my testimony was
lively and ill suppressed. But I had not
(TO BE CONTINUED.]
The Postal Note Must Go.
There seems to he no doubt that
the postal note will soon be a thiing
of tle past. Tl:e house has' passed a
bill which provides for its abolition,
and everything indicates that tlhe
senate will concur.
The experiment has been a failure.
the postal note was intended to afford
an lopportuni,y of sending a siall
amount of money safely through the
mails. But in point of fact there is no
safety about it. The note is payable
to bea er, and if it falls into the hands
of anybody else than tie intended re-
cipient he can secure the money. If
it is lost no duplicate can be issued,
Newspaper publishers and large bus-
iness houses have suffered much an-
noyance from this cause. Most peo-
ple evidently suppose that the gov-
ernment is le.slpotsible .or tihe safe
letter saying that ie incloses a postal
nite, andl te note ia not found when
the letter reaches its destination, cor-
respondence is necessary, and the
sender is often disagreeably surprised
10 learn that he u;u.-lt send the
Instead of the postal note it is pro-
posed to issue money oirdeirs for small
sumns the fee to be only three cents
fur $2.50 or lcss and five cents on
amounts from $2.50 to $3 There is
also to be a reduction 'of rates on or-
ders for larger sums.' Hitherto the
charges of thle postoffice department
have been higher than the express
companies, and naturally the express
companies have got most of the busi-
ness. Indeed there has been no
growth in the money order branch
during the last ten years despite the
large growth in population and in the
transmission of money. Evidently
there was need of an overhauling in
the governmental methods here.
Gives His Home to the Poor.
A dispatch from Waverly, Ia., says:
To the indigent people of Bremer
county the prospects of a journey
"over the hi!ls to the poorhouse" will
henceforth be robbed of many of its
terrors, for through the generosity of
Mr. Abraham Slimmer, those who are
so unfortunate as to become public
charges wili dwell in marble halls.
Mr. Slimmer the other day dropped
into the auditor's office while the
board of supervisors was in session
and pleasantly surprised that body by
presenting it with a deed of his pala-
tial mansion that overlooks the city
from the west, and vhich, with the
beautiful park surrounding it, is val-
ued at $20,000. The only condition
of the transfer is that the dwelling
should be used as a home for poor
persons, and the donor takes it upon
himself to pay the expenses of the es-
tablishment until his deaih.
A Race War in New Mexico.
A race war has broken out at La-
guna Del Gallo, Lincoln county. A
dispute arose between Mexicans and
Americans over the ownership of a
herd of sleep. In a battle that fol-
lowed five Americans an'i nineteen
Mexicanis were killed.
To Ki:t: n i irth C(i:v ;
Tle llice olicials ti l. n',il ;
Saln., ; lievo they have di.iiovrcd d
plot which, i carie4t out. wottll iave,
been one of the almost sensational
ever attempted. It is nothing, 1
tliain c conspiracy to kindnap little ,
Irtullj evelalnl, tihe president'
";tanghter, in thie expectation oltS
ntlring a large ransoin tlfr her ie-
eonvery. The police a.e rieictIA
about the natter, but it is kiiowt
that the discoiary was made througH
lEtters ~iritte from Washliigtolt td
a clank in this city. Two which
i~ lvolve,! in the plot. 'ile date
te abduction was set for soum
.li lthlli metouth. Steps have been
taken for .tite airrestof the parltes to
sui eillance; as sooti as it thought
that all involved are known.
Alabama for Pensacola's Dr# ,
Montgomery (Ala.) News.
Pensacola is making a heroic effort
to have the government erect the dry-
dock in that city. With Colonel
Chipley at the head of the moveimeht
it is dollars to doughnuts it will be
placed there. Colonel Chipley, with-
out doubt, is the bulldogedest man
we know of; anid if he does not suc-
ceed no one else need try. SUcceis
A colored preacher of the inflanti
matory kind got a northern white
brother to preach for him one daf.
The colored ecclesiastic opened the
exercises with prayer, thus: "Oh,
Lord. bless dis yealh white brother
w'ats come down from the north to
preach to us. Fill 'im wid de flamo
o' de Sperret. 'Noint 'im wid de
kerryseRe oil o' salvation and s,t'int
Harper's Bazart "Have you a y'-
th'ing to say before we eat you?"
said the king of the Cariibal Isles to
a Boston missionary. "I have," was
the reply. "I want to talk to you
awhile on the advantages ef a v'oz-
~"TfT 'vas :never a time in the his-
tory of our country when the demnall
for inventions and improvements in
the arts and sciences generally was so
good as now. The conveniences of
mankind in the factory and wjrk-
shop, in the household, on the farm,
and in official life. require contintal
accessions to the appurtenances and
implements of each in order to save
labor, time and expense. The polls
tical change in the administration of
government does not affect the proz
gress of the American inventor, who
being on the alert, and ready to per-
ceive the existing deficiencies, does
not permit the affairs of government
to deter him from quickly conbeifin"
the remedy to overcome existing dis-
crepanuies. Too great care cannot
be exercised in choosing a comp tent
and skillful attorney to prepare andi
prosecute any application for a pat-
ent: Valuable interests have been
lost and destroyed in innumerable in-
stances by the employment of in-
competent counsel, and especially is
this advice applicable to those who
adopt the "No patent, no pay" sys-
tern. Inventors who intrust thfrr .
business to these kind of attorherr s
do so at imminent risk, as the breadth .
and strength or the patent is never
considered in view of a quick eti
deavor to get an allowance and ob-
tain the fees then due.' THE PRESS
CLAIMS COMPANY, John W~dj
derburu, General Manager, 618 '10
street, N. W., Washington, D. C.,
representing a large number of im-
portant daily and weekly papers, ad
well as general periodicals of f'ti
country, was instituted to protect it4
patrons from the unsafe methods
heretofore employed in this' line -f
business. The said Company is pir~.r
pared to take charge of all patent
business entrusted to it for reasoit-
able fees, and prepares and prosecuteS
applications generally, including
mechanical inventions, design pat-~
ents, trade marks, labels, copyrights',
interference, infringements, validity'
reports, and gives especial attention
to rejected cases. It is also prepair-
'ed to enter into completion with any
firm in securing foreign patents.
Write for instructions and advice";
JoHN WEDDEBURN, 618 F et.. '
P'. Box 835. Washington, D. C/
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NoTa.-Im must be remembered that the
wind is nofa wholly reliable motive pow-
er and lfthe sailors sometimes find it im-
O6ssflb to make schedule time it must be
cLarged to4 he elements; they do the best
they can. :
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OAPT. LESTER MERRITT.
Leaves St. Andrews every Wednesday.
Arrive at Pensacola every Thursday.
Leave Pensacola every Friday..
Arrive at St. Andrews every Saturday.
Fare, with board, $5; without hoard, $3.
Freight carefully handled.
SIAr N. W. PITTS Agent for East Bay
territory. East Bay parties going to Pen-
eacola will fiud it to their advantage ito
consult with him.
Capt. F. H.;Ware, Proprietor.
OAPT. J. SCHULLENGER.
Makes regular trips between Parke ron
East Bay and PasPaiola: will make reg-
lilar Ia&ri s f* romantniir r and flar-'
rison and ai any-'other point when re-
quested beforehand to do so. Passen-
gerf and freight transported at reason-
able rates and satisfaction guaranteed.
,. 'Orders i ft at the residence of the cap-
Stian St. Andrews will receive prompt
and careful attention.
JOHN T. PITTS, Agent.
APT. ROBT. GWALTNEY.
Carries the East Bay Mail; leaves St. An-
drews Tuesday, Tiursday artd Saturday
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.
CAPT. EDW'D HAND.
Carries the East Bay mail; leaves St. An-
dreys ,Monday, Wednesday and Fri-
day mornings,, arriving at Wetappo
same evening. Leave Wetappo alter-
nate mornings arriving at St. Andrews
in the evening. Passengers accommo
dated and freight carried at reasonable
RATES BY EAST BAY MAIL BOATS.
St. Andrews to Harrison,..... .10c
Cromnanton, . 20
S Parke,,........ ..-5
"' rFarn dale, .... 50
-Roun p" Wets ppo ..... 5
Wetnppo, ....: 5'
Round trip Wetappo, ..... 75,
Freight-Per 100 lhs ................ ]1)
Packages ....... ....... c@10
The Nettic arrived Tuesday fore-
ioon with four plassengers after hav-
ing been delae d c\v'ertl ildays on ac-
~- I F'~b~L,~dLJj,~b3~,r uv p i
Pensacola came i' Tlc'uelay alter-
noon having on board Mr. Gonzales
and the Pensacola guests to the
Gonzales-Sleppard wedding. It re-
turned after the ceremony bearing the
bridal pa.ity to their future homio in
Pe tsac, la.
I'he Cleopatra Athrtedi for Apalch-
icola Monday. but was compelled to
return Tuesday on account of meet-
ing with adverse winds. She start-
ed again yesterday.
WHAT DO YOU take medicine
-U for? Because you want to getwell,
ar keep well, of course. Remember
Hood's Sarsaparilla Cures
A Week's Weather.
The following fable shows what the
temperature at St. Andrews has been
during the past week, frori olis('rvntions
taken at thI B't'o y oliice cac!it morniiing
aod nao. oon
Thuridiy ...... J -1 50 68
Friday,. ........ 5 (64 70
Saturday ...6..... 60;(l 70
Hunday........ 7 1:6 72
Mond:av ....... "' 71 66
Tuesday v ........ !1 5 7f;
W'ededtv.... Ii) 5>i 71
-- ^ -~-*- ---- .-- --
THE BEST AND
IT Pjl$ iV8Tt
SI THE SAFEST
I EVER MADE.
There are single retail shoe stores In our large
sitin which sell 2,000 pairs of shoes a day, making
a net profit of $250,000 a year. We sell shows low,
but we sll a great many pairs, the clear profit on
our ladles', missea' and children' shoes is at least
teente a pair, and on our means' and boys' shoes
16 cents a pair. We shall establish shoe stores in
each of the fifty largest cities of the U. S., and if
they sell only 300 pair of shoes a day they would
earn $5,000 a year. We should beable to pay a
yearly dividend of $5.25 a share, or over 50 per cent.
a year on the Investment. We sell the stock at $10
a hare. The price must Inevitably be much more
liuan lEa share. No stock has ever been sold at
lks than ths price, which is its par value. Stock
anon4 aeeble. Incorporated, Capital $1,000,000.
We have odlr 1,o00 stockholders, and the number
lalncreasingdaily. Some of the principal stock-
holders are: T. S. Waling, N. Y.; I. J. Potter, Boston;
.A. eed,Jr.ChedrcgOJ.I. Cnpbell, Chiicago; W. M.
k nauhittle kArk.- I. 1. Rich. Chicago; J. F.
T-ner. PF la.p L grdng, N. Y.; E. J. Payne, battle
rtek, Mii. F. J. Hullette, Acade, N. Y.
Write for a prospectus containing the names of
or stockholders, etc., or send an order for stock,
rctloring casier's check, cash or money order.
Orders taken for one or moro shares. Price, $10
DEXTER SHOE CO., "..'"r, "'
-. ltst received, hats, boots, shoes,
-Nice bread, pies and cakes, fresh
every day at Russell's store.
-Hats, Shoes, Boots. The only
boots on the Bay, at Russell's,
-Fresh arrival of fine shells and
coral at the Pioneer Drug store,
-Dried peaches, homo grown,
nice and fresh, at T. jC. Danford's.
-The premiums offered by the
Buoy are not shoddy; they are first class
--Rev. W. M. Croman will preach
in the M E. church next Sunday at 11
-Russell's is headquarters for
clocKs, watches, jewelry, hats, boots and
-Those tailor made suits have
arrived at C. P. Slade's and are going off
like hot cakes.
-If your eyesight is defective, call
at the Buoy office and be fitted with a
pair of the celebrated perfected crystal
lenses, manufactured only by Kellam &
Moore Atlanta. Ga.
-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
cannot appear In the current issue.
-Several p'qies are negotiating
for lots an ian Is inll arker \ itb a view to
locating there. Parker is a coming town
and surely a person can make no mistake
in selecting a site for a home or a busi-
ness location there.
-Two or three white frosts within
the past few days have operated as a
wholesome checi to vegetation, just as
fears began to be entertained that tender
fruit would put out its bloem altogether
too soon for its own good.
-I have a large stock of ping to-
bacco in stock which I am anxious to
close out at once to make room for new
goods, and will sell it cheaper than ever
you saw tobacco sold before. Come and
see for yourself. T. C. DANFORD.
-- son of the late Mr. Robb
came from their home in Wisconsin, and
on the 3d inst. disinterred the remains of
his father which had been buried in the
St. Andrews cemetery, and removed them
for permanent burial at their home ceme-
-The Federatsd Trades and La-
borCouncil of Hillsboro county has se-
lected the Tampa .Daily Times to be the
official organ of the council and E. J.
Lynch has been appointed to taKe charge
of all matter to bepublished in that de-
partment of the paper.
-The fallen tres across the East
Bay road between the Goodrich house and
Watson Bayon have been removed by
voluntary labor. There are still a few
logs lying across the road between Wat-
son Bayou and Martin's bridge which
ought to be similarly treated.
-We have just received at Wells'
store a fresh supply of milliner's goods,
ladies' belts, handkerchiefs, gloves, per-
will be sold cheap. Call and see for
yourselhes. C. J & A. VWELLS.
-The Y. P. C. E. had a very
interesting meeting watching the old
year out and the new year in. The ser-
vices last Sunday were marked by en-
couraging words from several tourists.
Christian people feel at home when lo-
cating among strangers of like character.
-If you appreciate a comfortable
seat it will pay you to visit T. C. Dan-
ford's furniture rooms and inspect his ex-
tensive assortment of chairs, embracing
cane, perforated .splint and wooden seat-
ed, dining and other chairs, as well as
rocKers in several styles, all of which are
selling at way down prices.
--Occcsional incidents of pioneer
times still present themselves in this vi-
citity. The latest is the killing of a mon-
ster wild-cat on New Year's day, by Ed.
and Kruse Fox, near their home at Laugh-
ton Bayou. The animal when stretched out
measured four feet from tip to tip and was
plump and sleek in proportion.
-Parties who wish tlhe BUOY to
attend to the payment or their taxes and
have not a credit on our books to meet
the same had best forward a sufficient
amount forthwith and have the matter at-
tended to at once, as the tax is now due
and will become delinquent April 1, after
which the property will be advertised
and sold for same.
-Another family has been made
happy by the arrival of an eleven-pound
son. This time it is the young married
couple, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Brown, aud it
is hard to tell which are most elated over
the event, 'he'proad parenia or the grand
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brown of
Parker, at. whose home the young stranger
has taken up his abode.
-The public school has opened
with Prof. J. C. Lipes principal and Mar-
tin G. Post, assistant. The principal is
empowered to admit pupils not belonging
to the district at a tuition rate payable in
advance by the term of ten weess. A
good opportunity is now within the reach
of all young people in this vicinity. This
institution will be conducted on strict ed-
-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 them an excellent large map of the
town with the lots a'd public places cor-
rectly located. Besides this city map, we
have also a sectional map embracing not
only the town proper, but all the land
disposed of by t.e Cincinnati Company,
and while lots and blocks are not shown
it is au easy matter to get their location
by the use of this map. One dollar buys
either man; or eithei- will be given as a
premumum for five c sli in advance sub-
4nj 4e & L r ea
Of Augusta, KY.
More Than Pleased
With Hood's Sarsaparilla-Por Teot
ter and Blood Impurities
Btronger and Better in Ever Wvy.
"I have been more than pleased with Hood's
Sarsaparilla. I have suffered with better break-
ingout on my face and all over my body all my
life. I never couldfind anything to do It good
until I began to take Hood's Sarsaparilla. I
have now used about eight bottles, and Oh, It has
done me so much good that I have the utmost
within it and recommend it to everyone. Besides
purifying my blood, it has made me so much
stronger and better I do not feel like the same
person at all." A NMI ARNERB Augusta, Ky.
Hood's Pills act easily, yet promptly and
efoloently, on the Uverand bowels. 25o.
-For curiosity jewelry call at Rus-
sell's, on I. J. Hughes, the jeweler,
-Send a stanmp and let us tell you
how to easily earn any premium we offer.
-Legal cap, comm;.cial note
letter-head papers and envelopes, either
printed or plain at the Buoy office.
-Just received at Slade's store, a
fine line of gent's half hose, suspenders
and neckwear; also coal oil. Good.canned
milk at 10c; will have plentyy of good vin-
gar in a few days.
-It may be tell to mention that
those who take the Wewahitchka and
Farmdale route to St. Andrews Bay will
find good accommodations and reasonable
charges at the Woodford boarding house
at Farmdale. Rate -by the week, only
-The Collins Bros., two young
gentlemen from Georgia have taken rooms
in S E. Mashburn's. residence and will
for one week furnish'citizens of the Bay
with tintypes, and if you would like to
see yourself as others see you, you will
find this a. splendid opportunity to grat-
ify the desire.
-One of the neatest and best kept
UD stores on the whole Bay is the People's
Store of N. W. Pitts at Pittsburg on East
Bay. Everything is as tidy and orderly
as care and cleanliness cr make it; but
tie nlloFt anl ll.1-t i [',...llu i .it theo Peo-
ple', r-t-r. ;r i ..... I o... -,, rm.all
treatmeilt i fl ..ustior li ;.
-Tlie picple' living iln tie \tcinity
of Laird's Mill Bayou being certain taat
they had seen panther sign, organized a
big hunt on Christmas day and went in
pursuit but the dogs appeared to prefer
deer to panther and would not keep the
trail of the wily game, s6 after putting in
the entire day, the hunters were forced at
night to abandon thq chase as a hopeless
-Prof. Lipes' lecture next Sunday
night at the Presbyterian church on the
subject, "Under the Rose," will be a sci-
entific investigation of a subject with a
practical application. Prof. Wilcox, as-
sisted by Mr. Haigh+ will render "The Sil-
very Duett" on the cornet and trombone.
No one can afford to miss these exercises.
-Several citizens have been suf-
fering quite seriously with the lagrippe,
but all, we believe, are improving now.
-One day last week Mr. Leslie
Gay of Grassy Point drove into town in
great haste to secure the services of Dr.
Kester to attend upon the family of his
tether, ax Assessor A. G. Gay, almost
every member of which had been sudden-
ly prostrated that forenoon. Ti.. Dr.
made all haste to repair to the stricken
household, and on arriving there recog-
nized the workings of poison, and inquiry
developed that a quantity of head-cheese
had beeu cooKed in a new tin pan and
served for breaKfast and all who had par-
taken were mor or less seriously affected
according as they had eaten of the food.
Antidotes were at once administered and
the normal conditions restored in due
course of time; but the doctor remained
by his patients until next morning, when
it was certain that all were out of danger.
The family realizes that the escape was a
narrow one, and their many friends con-
gratulate them that the consequences
were not more serious than they were.
Mr. and Mrs. Knott bf Peoria,
Ill., who it will be remembered were
with us last winter, and purchased
property here for a winter home were
returning passengers on the Nettie2,
Harry Sheppard, one of St. An-
drews' popular young mnen, who has
been away on business for some
months came with the pailty oft the
E. E. Simpson to be in attendance
at his si term's marriage.
Rev. Father Faasen came in via!
Chipley several days ago to officiate
at the Gonzales-Sheppard nuptials.
For Malaria, Liver Trou-
BROWN'S IRON BITTERS
Clse to anl ir |. I .11,' in onf thle Bay
Pr c e s o d e rate
And every i' lll ti.in Ip;'il to comfort
I gu- t",l
Best aid Cheapest
To St. Andrews Bay,
Via. Wewahitchka and Farmdale.
Parties ~ f''. St. 1 'is, Clicago or
New York rle.-Tl: Enfala on the Ap-
alachicola River without change of
cars. The fare from Eufala to Wewa-
-itchka is :al...n $3.50; by mail route
from \VenOw;Ni iicika to Farindale on
St. Andlrew; ,lIy, about 16 miles, the
fare is only .' 15i.; at Farnmdale take
East Bay m:1l L b.at. for any point on
BE .SURE AND TAKE THIS
,w ILL I--
DasTEB 8HO o t Inc'p. apltal, l,000o0
BEST 81.50 SIOEB IN THE WORLD.
"A dollar sa ud is a dollar earned." i,
This Ladles' Eoll French Dongola Kid BUt-
ton Boot delivered free anywhere in the U.S., on
recipt of Cash, Money Order,
or Postal Note for $1.50.
i quals every way the boots
sold in all retail stores for
$2.60. We make this boot
ourselves, therefore we guar-
Bante the ft, style and wear
d f any one is not satisfied
we will refund the money
or send another pair. Opera
Toe or Common Sense,
'widthse D, E, & EE,
S p e sizes 1 to 8 and half
izes. Sendyoure se;
DEXTER Co, 43 FEDERAL ST.,
Njmdaltre eto Psoakrf.
w u Apology
Is due to t patrous uf the BUOY for
its faiiurei appear last week; but
untoward ircumstances which we
were power .s to prevent made it
simply iniq ible to getout a paper.
While we cannot promise that it
shall never cur again, every effort
will be nla to prevent a repetition
of such an occurrence, and no sub-
scriber ar a rtiser shall be made to
suffer on ac lnt of- the failure.
Goiz les--- heppard.
At the presence of the bride's pa-
rents in St. Andrews; on Wednesday
morning the 10th inat., occurred the
marriage ofCMr. W. R. Gonzales of
Pensacola atid Miss Leonora It. Shep-
pard of St;' Andrews, Rev. Father
Baaaen og Pensacola officiating.
Misses Sius Margaret anl Cicely,
sisters of the bride, and Misses
Blanche, therine and Genevieve,
sisters of e groom attended as
bride's maiVs and Mr. Frank Taylor
of Pensacolras best man.
The visijng guests present were,
Mr. a.i enafa f Izales. Mr. C.
F. Brent, president First National
Bank, Pensacola and two Misses
Brent, all of Pensacola.
Shortly after the ceremony the
bridal party escorted by the parents
and brothers and sisters of the bride
boarded the steam tug E. E. Simpson,
then lying at,. Ware's wharf, and
amid the waving of handkerchiefs im-
mediately departed for their future
home in Pensacola.
To the Public.
Students' not belonging to the
school district of St. Andrews will be
admitted in the public graded school
at the following tuition rates by the
term of ten weeks: Primary, $5; ad-
vanced, $7; high school and collegi-
ate, $10. Tuition pRyable in advance
to the principal. Thorough woik is
done and a record kept of each pupil's
attendance, deportment and scholar-
ship. Respectfully, J, C. LIPES,
I am now prepared to furnish
oysters in any quantity, either opened
or in the s1ll. I have the only regu-
lar oyster house in the town, and will
from now until the close of thle ea-
son keep a large supply on hand.
I am located in front of the St. An-
drews Bay Hotel, where I can bl
found at any time. First-class oy -
tersi; g'>'',1 Ii ha.uirep; Iri'n pt :l tention.
HOOD'S AND ONLY
Hood's.Sarsaparilla is the medi-
cine for you. Because it is the best
bloodpurifier. HOOD'S CURES
Collins Boys 'Bill Itke Till T'ypes at Ed,
Mashburn's for one week, beginning Mon-
day, January 15.
New Florenc c W'agon to trade fora Boat.
SMALL COTTAGE FOR SALE.
A,\ ph t, H. LOR.Ai N .
ST. ANDRE WS
Mrs. J. W. Wilson, Proprietress,
I"c h n Ivy Hotel, ,.,'peciaily fitti-d up
a.:- tuch in to n. t.
C ENTIIA LL A LOCATE I).
This shows the Dryer set on an ordinary Cook
The "U.S." OOOK STOVE FRUIT DRYER
THOROUGHLY TESTED AND APPROVED.
LATEST CHEAPEST BEST
WEIGHT. as POUNDS
Handsome metal base. Can be used on any
kind of stove. Dimensions-base, 22x16 inches;
height, 26 inches; eight galvanized wire cloth
trays, containing 12 square feet of tray surface.
No extra fire. Always ready for use, and will
last a lifetime. Easily and quickly set on and
off the stove as needed, empty or filled with
As a great Economizer and Money Maker
for Rural People it is without a Rival
Has it ever occurred to you that, with a little
labor, wasting apples, berries and vegetables
can be quickly evaporated and are then worth
pound for pound for flour, sugar, coffee, but-
r, rice, oatmeal, etc.?
HOW TO OBTAIN ONE FREE,
To any one sending us 16 new paid-up
yearly subscribers will be sent FREE, se-
curely packed and crated, one of these
U. S. Cook Stove Dryers, with outfit com-
plete; or it will be sent you for 6 new paid-
up yearly subscriptions and $3.50 in cash
added; or it will be snid to cubecrihers or
Dryer is $7.00.
In all casesthe Dryer will be sent by freight,
securely packed and crated; freight to be paid
by the receiver, but as the Dryer only weighs
25 pounds thbfreight charges will be trifling.
Read what people say who have a Cook
Stbve Fruit Dryer t
J clIOCKVIrLE, N. Y.
SIns:-The U. S. C. S. Dr. crs sold by us this
season have given good satisfaction. Mrs. An-
drews. of Elhngton, N. Y., says she can easily
dry 2 bushels a day. Yours respectfully,
Mrs. F. PIER.
LAIDIG, Fulton county, Pa.
GENTLEMEN:-Wo did not get the Cook Stove
Dryer until the drying season was nearly over.
It is a gem to any one who wi.-hes to dry all
kinds of small fruits, and also all kinds of
fruits on a small scale. It is marvelous the ra-
pidity with which it prepares green fruit for
the sack. No one can describe its merits un-
less they try one. It is worth the price asked
for it for corn alone. Yours truly,
JNO. F. JOHNSON.
Tbe Buggies a)d Carts sbrowr below
are the Cbeapest a r Best for
the nrorey ever offered.
The reason of these low prices is not because
they are thrown together or made of poor ma-
terial, but because the benefit of the jobbers'
and the wholesale dealers' profit, which is
always large, is given to our subscribers.
These vehicles are shipped to you direct
from the factory at factory prices, and they
are guaranteed and warranted just as described.
Steel seat support; painted wNine, red, green
or natural wood varnished; end of spring rests
on a roller; for two passengers; wheels, 4 feet;
oil tempered springs; CRIMPED tire; 1-inch
double collar steel axle; weight, 130 lbs.; ship-
ping weight, 150 lbs.
This Cart is very strong and serviceable for
both town and country, and ill b given
FR EE, railroad freight paid, for 4 neow
paid-up yearly subscriptions; or for 20 new
paid-up yearly subscriptions and 1S0.00 in cash:
or will be sold lo subscriber for F15.00 in cash.
Remember, railroad freight from factory
Is prepaid on all of the above offers.
If POLES are required exira, they will be
shipped, freight prepaiot, complete with neck-
yoke and whiffletrees, for $]2.(00 net cash.
HIAFTS only are supplied at above prices
with Buggies and Carts.
The agreement to pay freight extend
only to stations EAST of the Rocky Mountain:s.
pIR'VAF T' OTD,-\PDING oTIEF
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sDisases CURED without the use of
knie Question Blank and Book free. Cll
or write B. U. B. BUTTS,
1 21 uieS. S1 Ts 'uls, MO.
Tmes t Floridac
. YOUR FRUIT ...
i4 COOK STOVE
We think this is one of our most attractive
offers to our subscribers, anyway to those who
have a few fruit trees or an orchard.
To the ladies of the household in town or
country it is a little gold mine. Thousands of
careful, prudent household managers, who
have no time or necessity to engage in evapor-
ating fruit for market as a business, but who
have frequent use for just such an article as
this for making smaller quantities of dried
fruit, berries and vegetables for their own use
or for sale, will find it the most satisfactory
and profitable Investment they could make.
A lady can easily liftt on and off the stove,
as it weighs about twenty-five pounds. It has
interchangeable galvanized wire cloth trays,
which will not rust or discolor the fruit, etc.,
and will last for years. It is made of iron, ex-
cept tray frames and supports,
Can be used for broiling beefsteak, fish, etc.,
using the lower tray for this purpose.
A -Model Training Institution.
:OF T-U_- ITD NT O VT. 22, 18 3 ,
On the beautiful St. Andrews Ba), Washington County,
Though humble in origin, yet in the wake of the Great Discoverer, its
unyielding watchword will ever be-
"Sail on, Sail on, ON ON !!"
Tourists from the North South, East and West now have offered to
them instruction based upon the most approved and natural methods of
teaching-"The New Education."
Students may enter at any time and choose studies in accord with their
natural and acquired ability. A professional course will be arranged for
common school and college teachers.
One of the best features in the location of this school is its freedom from
the evil influences incident to a metropolitan city.
Tuition per term of ten weeks, payable in advance:
Preparatory Studies, $7; Collegiate, $10.
Special Rates for Business, Shorthand, Music and Vocal Culture.
For further information, address
JOSEPHUS 0. LIPES, B.S., President.
St. Andrews Bay, Fla.
P E A C H WOO D_
STATE LINE, MISS.
WV offer for this season's plantingg a large and complete assortment of
:F l:R TU I T T IE --i S!
Apples, Pears, Peaches, Plums (both na ive and Japan), Apricots. Nectar-
ines, Quinces, Cherries, Figs, Japan Persimmons Mulberries, etc.
Pecans, Almonds, English Walnuts and Black Walnut*,
G rape Vines, Strawberry and Raspberry Plants.
Also, a Splendid Collection of the Very Choicest Open Ground
ROSES AND EVERGREENS-
Stock of the Finest Quality and Prices Very Low.
Catalogue niaild free. Address
L. IL. WARE
GAINES, COLES & CO.
1 Nurseries, State Line, Miss.
JNO. R. THOMPSOd
St r P
--" WOCERIES --
Ship Chandlery, Salt Fish, Etc., Etc., Etc"
Baltimo e Twins andi Net Coimp
AL SO FOR
JEWELER AND OPTICIAN.
REPAIRS IN HIs LINE,
Carries the Largest Stock of
Watches, Clocks, Jewery.and Spectacles
Ever Brought to St. Andrews. Also
SILYEWARE. Shell and Aligator Teeth Jewelry a specialty.
Office at Geo. Russell's Store, St. Andrews, Fla.
OR. DODD"ne C Ote fol
OLIC IN HORSES.
very ar o a horse should keep
it onand. Itmaysavethelaofa
valuable animal. One package wi)
cure eight to ten ases. Price 51.00.
Sent by mail or express. Our Ac-
count Book, w: ich contains hint tO
stable eepe mailed free.
ILa B mNJiM & Co., 22 Pine Bt
BS. Lous, o.
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1 ai prel)ared to do all kinds of
Hauling at the lowest living rates
and 'itv entire satisfaction.
WOOD AND FENCE POSTS
Cut and delivered at reasonable rates
G. W. SuntuR.
| uredi n one PAINLes treatment.
Ml without knife. No loss of time
IL rom business. Fsltula, Ulcers,
etc., also cured. 30 years' ex.
Question Blank and Book free. Call or write.
DR. H. B. BUTTS,
822 Pine Street. Sr. Lous,. MO.
15 LAWLADY. empoyedorfneomploys7di
15 A Lcan make this for a few hours work
tcr d-.. siary or om. $O samples froe.
kt. :( M.lAMI I & CO.. 822 PINg ST.. ST. LOUIS. MO.
Ba1 a A package of our treat-
P a 'S !MiL. mentfzr weaiuesa and
S''"decay, n.ervou debllity
1 .4 n- 1 L a EZ or vi tality cnt free for 12 center
I Gei, *2 I. tU UTE, i2-i.Slt .SET.LOUI50.
OAuTION.-rf a dealer' lfeI W. .
Douglas boes at a reduced price, or ays
lie has them without name stamped on
bottom, put him down as a fraud.
u L. DOUCLAS
BE ST IN
3 THE WORLD.
W. L,. IOUGLAS Shoes are stylish, easy f-
tinr, nnd !iive better satisfaction at the prict' a.:-
ver, ;cd thai any other make. Try one pair sat.
\: convinced. ''The stamping of \. L. DougL:.:'
n ine and price on the bottom, which guarantors
their value, saves thousands of dollars annual:-r
to tho;c who wear them. Dealers who push the
sale of W. L. Douglas Shoes gain custom:--,
vhich helps to increase the sales on their full li!
of Loo'-ls. They can afford to sell at a less prof
a:nl we believe von can save money by buyin,:g .i
yonir fnotw-cr of the dcnler advertised hclv.'
Catalonue free upon application. Addrrrs,
W. L. DOUGLA-S, Brockton, Mass. Sold by
L. M. WARE & CC.,
St. Andrews, Fla.
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Thursday, Jan. 11, 1894.
tugar, ^ lb Tea, 1b lb
Granulated .... 614 He No....... 75
Coffee,A ..... 6 Gunpowder.. 80
Lt brown..... 5 Uncol'd Jap.. 50
coffee, Cond milk, can
Green.. 22,.@25 Unsweetn'a. 10@15
Browned. .25@30 Sweetened ..10@15
linger snaps... 10 Baking powder
Crackers, soda.. 8a 1 Royal........ 50
tobacco, plug 30a60 Campbell. .15a25
raisinss Canned fruit
Londonlayers..15 Peaches.... 20a25
Valencia..... 12% Tomatoes.... 10al5
lice. ...... .... 7 Apples........ 15
Apples Pears ........ 15
Evaporated.. 12~4 Plums......... 20
Dried Peaches 8 Apricot....... 25
3oal Oil prgal 18a20 Strawberries... 20
gasolinee "......20 Pineapple.... 20
lorida Syrup... 50 Canned Meats
loney.........1.00 Roast Beef.. 15a25
Jinegar. ....... 40 Corned Beef 15a25
'beese pr lb.... 16 Chipped Beef.. 25
Butter ........ 30 Lobster ...... 20
Lard ......... 8 Salmon....... 20
"Beans........... 6 Canned Vegetables
Cocoanut pkg... 10 Baked Beans... 20
Fiuit Pnddine... 10 Corn.......... 16
Jelly, glass.. 15a25 Peas .......... 15
Lime-Juice ...... 50 Pumpkin...... 15
Eggs per doz... 15
* 13 0 N :;..-. 2,8' Mesilpr th--..;. 11
Favorite .... 5.75 Bacon Sides..... 9
Corn Meal prbu 75 Fresh ....... 8al
Oat Meal pr lb... 51Y Br'kf'st Bacon.. 12
.>ornper bu........75 Ham canvassed 14
Potatoes Shoulders..... 10
Irish........ 1.20 Beef
Early R'se seed 1.60 Corned......... 8
Sweet...... .50 Fresh.. ......8al0
Salt, pr sack... 1.00 Dried ... ..... 25
Table ........ 5 Milk pr qt ...... 10
Nails, Der lb...4a4 Ax,with handle. 1.00
Manilla rope12yja15 Hoes, each.... 35a50
Stoves cook,. .$8a25 Copper paint, can 50
Pipe, joint.18a20 Linseed oil, gal.. 80
Prints, per yd.. 5a8 Ginghams ..... 8a1(
Sheetings .... 7a10 Flannel.......25a50
Muslin....... 9all Thread per spool. 5
Jeans. ....:25a200 Shoes, ladies. $1a2 7,
Extra pants pat 2 25 Men's... $1 40a3 00
Hay pr cwt.... 1.35 Oats pr bu....... 60
Bran.......... 1.40 Brick pr M...... 8.00
Rope Sisal ...10@14 Lime pr bbl...... 75
FRUIT and NUTS.
Oranges pr doz. 35 Pecans pr lb... 20
Apples......... 25 Walnuts. ...... 25
Lemons......... 25 Almonds........ 25
Strawberries, qt 25
In shell prl,000 1.50 Opened pr qt .. 15c
Horses... $80al00 Cows....... $15a$25
Mules... $100a$155 Hogs............ $4
'xen.. pr yoke $50 Sheep...........$2
'.ickens each 15a25 Geese each... 45a50
T.rkeys.... 75al.00 Ducks........ 15a20
Venison pr lb 7a10 Turkeys......75al.00
Mullet pr doz 25c Mullet pr bbl 5.00
Trout.......... 25 Trout ........4.50
Pompano pr lb.. 6 Pompano.... 10.00
Sturgeon...... 10 Mackeral .... 8.00
Beart, m...$16.00 Heart, 0 m. ..$16.00
Face ... 14.00 Face ... 14.00
Heart I'cc r 'r r m 1 . C,1; i t. 't111 .$12.00
San 12.00 Finishing lum-
Buff lumber.. 8@12 ber, d $1 ,-' 15.00
Heartshingles, 2.50 Lath, m .... 2.00
Sap 1.50 Boat lumber,
Geo. S. Hacker & Son,
CHOARLESTON, S. C.
Sash, Doors, Blinds,
Window and Fancy Glass a
"By a thorough knowledge of the aitu-
ral laws which govern the operations of
digestion and nutrition, and by a careful
application of the fine properties of well-
selected Cocoa, Mr. Epps has provided for
our breakfast and supper a delicately fla-
vored beverage which may 'save us many
heavy doctors' bills. It is by the judi-
cious use of such articles of diet that a
constitution may be gradually builtup un
til strong enough to resist every tendency
to disease. Hundreds of subtle maladies
are floating around us ready to attack
wherever there is a weak point. We may
escape many a fatal shaft by keeping our-
selves well fortified with pure blood ad i
properly hourished frame."-Civil Service
Gazette. Made simply with boiling water
or milk. Sold only in half-pound tins, by
Grocers, labeled thus:
JAMES EPPS & CO., Ltd., Homeo-
pathic Dhemists, London, England,
Pianos New $150; ORGANS
34 stops *50; Catalogue Free.
SDANIEL F. BRATTY, Wash ngton, N.
WOMAN WORK ,"""
mlam s hamaddreu Dr. B.A ]ARCHSI Co., UUel. Y.
25 8 ars' Erperience in treating all vart -
ties of Rupture enables us to guarantee a
positive cure. Question Blank and Bookf
tre. Call or write.
VOLTA-MEDICO APPLIANCE CO-.
Correspondence of the Buoy.
In looking back over tle develop-
iments of our town of Parker and
bringing to mind what this part of
the bay looked like twoyears ago, we
can see that a bold push to the front
has been made; homes have been
made since then in places that have
added to the attractiveness of the
situaticu, making it a most desirable
location. And where, a year ago,
there were no signs of habitation,
now nice, comfortable residences with
neat picket fences enclosing them give
evidence that those who have come
are here to stay.
We hear no words of complaint
against Parker as a desirable place
to live; all seem to feel that they
would not exchange for any other
The hard times, of course, are felt
among us and there is little doing just
now. In the way of building; but we
expect to see that branch of industry
revive in a short time. The low price
of building lots and the fact that they
are laid out in tracts of one acre each,
makes them the more desirable.
Fruit tracts are being looked after
and they are to be had cheap and on
One of our citizens has the ground
ready for one hundred orange trees,
besides other fruits, and the common
idea is to be ready for the train when
it cones along.
The holliday week was duly cele-
brated by the people of this place.
We report everybody able to take
their 'taters regular, and are sorry
to hear that other places along the
bey are suffering from sickness.
With a happy and prosperous
New Year for the Buoy and its many
readers, I am still
If youhave made up your mind to buy
Hood's Sarsaparilla, do not be persuaded
*o take any other. Be sure toget Hood's
Sarsaparilla, which possesses peculiar
Hood's Pills cure all liver ills, bilious-
ness, indigestion, sick headache.
Correspondence of the BuoY.
Our Chistmas Eve entertainment
was not a great success so far as
numbers are concerned; but in others
respects it was quite satisfactory.
The songs and recitations telling
of the great Chistmas gift; made to
the world almost nineteen centuries
Pgo weie duly appreciated, and after-
wards old and young engaged inl a
game of bean bag throwing, which
caused much amusement, and with
conversation filled the time pleasant-
3, and some of the elderly gentlemen
who occupy the floor every Saturday
night in debate. have been hard to
say that they think a little recreation
occasionly would be desirable, in-
stead of interminable a gument.
Several of our people are suffering
from colds, which they call lagrippe.
Well it may be so; but I want to say
that from what I see of it, it is a very
different grip to that which use to
pievail in the north, this is the gentle
grasp of a ;ady, while that is the
relentless clutch of an evil disposed
We all gladly welcome Mrs. S. C.
Prows on her return home ard she
appears glad to be back in bright
sunny Florida. She found the
weather quite cold in Kentucky and
tke skies had a disagreeable habit of
frequent weeping; in other words too
A week or two back the Buoy rec-
ommended the road authorities to
clear the road of the timber strewn
by the cyclone, I will state here that
S. C. Prows and sons, and H. A.
buskk ha-e already cleared it on this
side ot Mrs. Glover's residence now
occupied by R. E. Howard. The
debris was allowed to remain on the
road a full month, in the hope of the
road authorities attending to it, but
ultimately the above named gentle-
came to the same conclusion that
the lark did when she moved her
family out of the barley, which the
farmer and his sons harvested after
waiting in vain for his neighbors and
relations; namely, that it is not a
good plan to wait for others' aid,
Correspondence of the Buoy.
0, what pleasant weather,
Mrs. J. T. Johnson is visiting her
parents at Farmldale.
J J-14a L. Fay has gone to Pen-
sacola to visit Mrs. Dr. Oglesby, one
,f her old friends.
""f4i lid Mrs. J. A. Lyle have
been quite sick with bad colds or la-
grippe, a complaint that ,eems to be
quite prevalent this winter.
Mr. Gudarian, of Minnesota, made
airangements when he was here a few
P loe teet BT. LOUIS. POs / weeks ago to locate in Fartudale and
If you are sick, is
cine for you to try?
it not the medi-
Under this head we offer our
subscribers and readers the
Celebrated Breech Loading
Remington Rifle, latest im-
proved pattern. This Rifle is
made by the REMINGTON ARMS
CO., who supply Rifles to the
United States Government.
This Rifle is made in several
sizes. We can supply it in 32,
38 and 44 calibre. Winchester
Scentre-fire cartridges can be
used. The REMINGTON has oc-
tagon barrel, oiled walnut
stock, case hardened frame
and trimmings, sporting front
and rear sights, and shell
ejector. It is tie best Hunt-
ing Rifle made, and will give
We will Give one FREE
of these Rifles
to any one sending us 32 new
paid-up yearly subscriptions; or
for 12 new paid-up yearly sub-
scriptions and $7.00 in cash ad-
ded; or we will sell it to a sub-
scriber for $11.00 in cash. The
Rifle weighs about seven pounds, and will be
sent by express in all cases.
This Army Revolver is also
made by the REMINGTON
ARMS CO., and is similar to
the one used by the United
States Cavalry. It is a
splendid weapon, and of very
long range; does not get out of
order, and is reliable in
every respect. It is made In 44
calibre only, has six chambers,
full grained stock, and 6 1-2
and 7 1-2 inch barrel, at pur-
must not con-
found this Rem-
Ington Army Re- 4
vo ver with the
vers which now
blood the market
and are sold at
my price; but
remember that this is a high class
arm, made from the best material by the
leading makers in the United States.
We will Give this Revolver FREE to
.ny one sending us 30 new paid-up yearly sub-
criptions; or for 15 new paid-up yearly sub-
criptions and $6.00 in cash added; or we will
ell it to a subscriber for $9.00 cash. Sent by
express in all cases.
312 Hayne st. Cor. of East Belmont
One Block East of Union Depot
Open for Boarders.
MRS. LORAINE, Proprietress.
the Place for Passengers
Going to and from St. Andrews Bay.
PLANT FERRY 8EEDS
this year, and make up for lost time
Ferry s Seed Annual for 1894 will
give you many valuable hints
about what to raise and howto
raise it. It contains Informa-
tion to be had from no other
source. Free to all.
D. M. Ferry & Co.
BROWNIES Sometning new in
dolls; Brownies, Dar-
Key, Japanese and Baby. These four dolls
are all printed in absolntelv fast colors,
true t nature, all ready to be sewed up
and st kd. Each is 18 inches tall.
These do are cheap, safe and durable,
the delight the children, and just the
thing for J 'stmas and the holidays.
Price 13 cents h, any two for 25 cents,
postage prepaid. Agenis wanted. Address
H W.WALDO, BOX 2589,
is expected back in a short time. He
secured land without paying $100 an
ac-e, and as nice a location as there
is on the bay. There is more land
to give away to other tntcerprising
men like Mr. Gudarian.
Woodford is putting out quite a
peach and orange orchard.
Beginning with a very small local
sale in a retail drug store, the busi-
ness of Hood's Sarsaparilla has
steadily increased until there is
scarcely a village or hamlet in the
United States wheieit is unknown.
To-day Hood's Sarsaparilla stands
at the head in the medical world ad-
mired in prosperity and envied in
merit by thousands of would be com-
petitors. It has a larger sale than
any other medicine before the Ameri-
can public, and probably greater than
all other salsapcrillas and blood
Such success proves meiit.
another UCoulpo, copy'-. IT'i don't
care to use the Coupon you can dis-
pose of it to some one 11I \ ill use it.
-" ,^: "CT. ------ IT- "
Senit by. ............ .. .......... .
State ............... .........
The Delinquent Tax List of Wash-
ington county will contain
Words constructed from the senit.nce
St. Andrews'Bay, Florida.
AI1 n Lelinquent Tax, List, two
years ago had about 2,000 lines;
what the number will be for 1894, no
If more than one list with exactly
the same number of words, or more
than one guess precisely the same is
sent in, tile first one received will get
The only reservation the BUOY
makes is, that, no funds will be set
aside for subscriptions paid in barter,
or otherwise than cash in advance.
Each Coupon received and each
sample copy sold will be recorded and
dated and will be kept a profound se-
cret by the management until the
last day of December, 894, when
they will be har:ded over tda reliable
committee which may b. .ic~lccted by
the competitors, who will award the
Whenever ten dollars is accumu-
lated to the fund it will be deposited
in bank at Pensacola, nul j i rat
day of January, 1895, checkL will he
drawn in favor of the siircc-efil com-
petitors, making it an absolutely free
gift to patrons cf the BUOY.
If only one Coupon is sdtnt in the
presents will he given, if thlinr, are no
nore than fifty subscribers. 1If, how-
ever, the subscription list is -wlled
to 10,000. as we hope an.l expect it
will bo, the presents will aiiiniint to
$700 and $300; and if 10,l')0 -,ilmple
copies are sold that present will
amount to $100, and either present
will make a new yeai's gift not to be
The only hope the BUOY can pos-
sibly entertain of profiting by this
competition is the increase in price
which its advertising space will coin-
mand with a large circulation.
No great spread of advertising will
be undertaken, but it is expected that
every competitor who sends in a Cou-
pon will act as an agent to help in-
crease the subsbription list, for the
obvious reason that every a-lllitiii to
it increases the amount of thelpre-ent.
Cut out the Coupon and send it
with five cents and a list and guess;
the sooner the better, for, remember,
in the event of a tie the first one re-
ceived gets the present.
Three Cash Presents
For Patrons of ithe Buoy.
NO LOTTERY! NO DRAWING !
But Rewards for Shlolarly Re-
search .Intelligent Fore sight
and Business Ent rprise.
On the First day ol january, 1894,
tile BUOY opened a new set of
subscription books, w etein will be
recorded the name and address of ev-
ery person who pays a subscription in
advance foi the BUOY, and also the
nanie and address of every per-'on who
buys and pays for a sample copy of the
paper during the entire year.
From the amounts so paid, ten
cents will be set aside from each one
dollar of subscription, and ane cent out
of the five for each sample copy sold.
And the sums thus accumulated will
on the first day of January, 1895 be
presented to patrons of the BUOY in
the following manner:
To the person who saall construct
the greatest number tf words from
the letters contained in the sentence,
St. Andrews Bay Florida,
will be given seven-ten is of the sum
accumulated from subsriptions, and
to the person making the closest
guess as to the numberof lines em-
ployed in the public n of the de-
linquent tax ,E_ i 'lg ington
county for the year 1894, as certified
by the Clerk of Courts of the county
will be given the remaining three-
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S8ST ANDREAN BAY
Horticultural a B11d Im rovmE8t
ORGANIZED JANUARY. 9, 1892.
'he object of this Association is to Improve the Country adjacent to St.
Andrews Bay and to
Develop its Resources as a Fruit-Growing Country.
To accomplish this the Association proposes to Sell Lands in tracts of Two-
and-a-half and FiveAcres to such parties only as will improve them by the
Erection of Houses. Fences and such Permanent Improvements as will enhance the
Value of each tract so disposed of, and particularly to
Plant them out in Trees, Plants and Vines,
To the end that in the shortest practicable time every such tract shall be a
Source of Revenue to its Owner.
As TO RELIABILITY OF THE ASSOCIATION.
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ciation reliable"? And the answer to it is: Any person (c.plo)h, ing the Association
'to make improvemcnt- 1 m.v n0 l.posit an .1 p',r.:..m.,,il. pI-\i ii..tt of the -ti,, ,It. cnst o.i
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Bank at their own home to be paid over only when the Association shall satisfacto-
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The Association will not only improve and plant, but watch and care for
all property entrusted to its keeping, guarding against forest fires, dishonest pilferers
or damages from any cause possible to be prevented.
From a careful estimate of the probable expense and income of a fruit
.plantation in the St. Andrews Bay country a few figures are given:
Price of iana per acre, say $25 to $50; cost of clearing, say $20; -ost of planting 1st
year, say $30; cost of cultivation each year thereafter, $.20
It is not extravagant to estimate that a 1-acre vineyard will on the third
year; if properly cultivated, yield $200 worth of fruit, and of peaches nearly or quited
the same, while figs should do even better than that. Then, though perhaps a little
longer, some of them, in coming into profitable hearing may be named pears, apricots,
nectarines, plums, prunes, mulberries, olives, Japan persimmons almonds English
walnuts, Japan chestnuts, pecans, and ,,any other varieties of fruits and nuts. which
are almost certain to flourish here; while oranges and citrus fruits, though not con-
sidered certain yield large returns oftener than they miss.
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KELLAM & MOORE' Celebrated Perfected Crystal Lens
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reteE LA.DY DUEBER
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Value in the .
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THr 1aDIE '. CHI2TOpjION
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l-,krat gold ru;l 7 J"led,
filed case and sein im iiild i
warranted t rtsi_- t all in-
rear for 2u 0 _I p- .a ecr, mnts.
S -.j' ,, ,
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yearly subscriptions; olri'r fr ; r.ew p-aitl-;up
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SfILT fiND PPFER SET.
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,dn Spoou Gold Line.m C<;;i:)'> in s.in
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reply, for "poiiinter," wlii'h \viil make
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These Watches will equal in appearance and
wear as well as any '.50.00 watch in the market.
OUR DUITT3BER I TO. 1
iswarrant- all other
ed by cer- improve-
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The cases are all beautifully engraved.
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elod Hin,.l- I :Ii(.t im-
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meant; c,-s \al rranted
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face or liurlt- j I year.
tug, at pur- ...,4
We will g:veths FREE 'or 48 new
Watch, delivered p 7 palu-upyear-
1 ysubleipltiuis; or for 15 new paid-up yearly
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will sell it to a subscriber for $14.00 cash, de-
See Ot I-r I--miu o 3-- Page
See 01I ier r'rlitiinis on 3(1 Page
With the numerous new adver-
tisenients pouring in upon us the
Buoy finds it inporsible to print more
than a few of its fine premium offers
each week; but below will be found a
synopsis of the terms upon which the
most of them will be'furnished to our
patrons. The n umber of subscribers for
ea.hl premium is invariably for yearly
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paragraph are the prices at which the
articles will be furnished to subscrib-
ers of the 13doY for cash:
For 1 subscriber. 2 paper bound; 1 cloth
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For 5 ctshl subscribers, we will give as
a premium, I Sectional Map of the Bay
country, or 1 Map of the City of St. An-
drews. Either map sold s:ngly- $1.
For 1( subscribers, 1 U. S. Cook Stove
Di-r yr. $5.
4 subscriber. 1 individual salt and p.i "l':r
6" subscribers, 1 pair perfected crystal
lens spectacles or eyeglasses. $1.90,
60 subscribers, I improved high arm pre-
mium Sewing Machine; freight prepaid
40 subscribers and $38 in cash, 1 No. 1
buggy; freight on all vehicles prepaid.
40 subscribers and'$25, 1 Hoosier wagon.
60 subscriptions, 1 villa phacton cart.
45 subscribers, 1 ball bearing road cart.
32 subscribers, I Remington hreeh-load-
ing rifle. $11.
30 subscriotions, i Remington revolver.
8 sulscriptione, I set National souvenir
1 subscription, 1 Columbus souvenir
44 subscriptions, I gent's Dueber gold-
filled watch, $12.50.
48 subscriptions, 1 gents' gold-filled, No.
2 watch. $14.
0( subscribers, 1 ladies' Champion gold-
filled watch. $17.50.
35 subscribers, lady's )ueber gold-filled
From these very generous offers, it
must not be inferred tliat the Ilioy is
n any sense in the mercantile trade;
t has simply made arrangements
with extensive estaldist ments by
which it can furnish to its patrons
the articles named, which are first-
class in every particuai'r, and give
hem the benefit of greatly reduced
prices, without expense to tile patron.
We do not keep tle articles on hand;
they are simply ordered froln the
wholesale establishment at whole-
sule prices, or less.
The U. 8. mint was established in
1792 and at once began operations.
Needing a tonic, or children who wdat build.
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BROWN',S IRON BITTERS.
It Is pleasant; cures Malaria, Iien,
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Pensions obtained for service render-
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CAREFULLY CO:i ,I'(UNDED.
St,' A i d'reis.F Ia.,
Tihe late li;
ilirl'vy, an old coin-
mander of packet bhips, writes as fol-
lows of our lna
"As regard ~
is a disgLrace tr
iiur navigation laws, it
the intelligence of the
ilI that they should
Shavestrnod io nJ ig. They have pro-
tected Anmeiic ships off the face of
thie waters. W\e h ave refused to
learn of other't have seen the British
flag displace ours and never asked the
cause. Very Mifferent has been the
course of English lawmakers, I re-
nember. In 1849 1 was with my
father in Liverpool, when lie and
Captain Knight, then master of the
ship New Woild, were summoned to
London to appear before a committee
of the house of cominoli s, then sitting
to inquire into tie cause of the rapid
improvement in Aimerican ships and
American tin chiandiie service and
tho decline iin British merchant
shipping. 31y father was unable to
attend, but I reimcnl ber hearing Cap-
tain Knight, who did, relate the ques-
tions that w.,ee aikel himi as to how
pur- A were owned;
what f lod w, .h'~4m'in the forecas-
tle; what pay men received; what
the officers; cost of constructing ships,
etc. Every point was covered and
compared w ilth what was paid out to
the English merchantmen.
The result if the work of this conm-
mittee was to 'set forth the reason
why American ships were better built
and better sailed than English ships,
and the fact being once settled that
they were better, Great Britain re-
pealed her nilit',itili, laws and per-
mitted her citizens to buy their ships.
What a difference in the methods of'
woir'ilig ietcween John Bull and our-
selves. He finds his merchant ma-
rine running ,ldi'n and ours getting
ahead of hi.m and repeals the law
which has prevented him from buy-
ing foreign 'lilu.. We, forty years
later, with the success of this policy
so ph inly before our eyes, have a
committee meet to consider the re-
verse of the l,'-ili-n of 1849;.naniely,
our merchant marine in thle depths (of
dissolution and English merchant
ships the best in the world.
Aud what do we do? We advise
scattering the money of the people in
the form of subsidy. Today when I
do not believe there are over sixt)
American sailing vessels engaged in
foreign commerce which are Al, we
are to snublsdii. these few .ships in the
hope tliat nrilei government aid they
How to Rleach St Andrews.
The ,': ...i l 1i now npon us when it
is reasonable to suppose that a g'"-"l.
many people are looking towards St.
It lll l "t 1 \ tl i .%ll il. a I L I II. I '.i I. L' u
over which the place may be reached
will be found serviceable to those
wishing to \'-it us who have never
made the_. trip. Of the various routes
there is little. i' any difference in the
matter of expense. Coming via
Pensacola the comfortable schoonors
Jessie P. and Nettie make regular
trips, every possible attention is giv-
en to the comfort of passengers, and
with favorable winds the trip from
Pensacola is made in from twelve to
eighteen L.mi-; or, take the P. & A.
railroad at Peniac-nlIa or wherever else
you may stlikie it, for Chipley; the
distance from here to St. Andrews
overland with a very good road, is 52
miles; tile tnil; i, made in one day,
and the prices charged will be as reas-
onable as i. c iilu'ii-t: i'il.'s will warrant;
or, write 1,eft-i.:tan to Robt. Baker
of St. A i %re'vhw, U h.se advertisement
is to be founll int the BuoY, making a
date for him to meet you at Ma iannia,
Cotton al:- *r a;iny convenient station
on the P. & .\.: or, coming from the
north to M3Ii.it omiery, Ala., to Bain-
bridge, G.I ver the Ala. Midland
railroad, tli lo. e to Wewahitchka by
steamliboat ,| : cheaper route is to
come from. M li.tgolmery to Eufala,
Ala., over the M. & E. railroad and
by sieamner to Wewahichka, where
a hack can be found to convey you
sixteen miles to Wetappo, or you
ainy tki.tihutg- iith the mail car-
rier at Wemvalitchka for Farimdale,
at quite rulna- .inabl rates; here con-
nection may be made with the East
Bay mail nill,.,at'. making daily
trips up nai l down the Bay; and
the ]p...:. fiom the head of the
Bay to St .\Indrews will be made
in a few %I%-nirs. affording a delightful
ride over -ii' of the finest bodies of
water in tbe world at small cost; this
routemay al-u be taken advantage of
by taking tih P. & A. to River Jnnc-
tion, thence to Gordon, Wewaahitchka
and VWealtnp. If the Wewahitchka
route be t:iken, dates ma'y be fixed
ahead with parties there for hack
to be in i,.aldine.s at any time.
Baker's Back Line
TI.i\:ng recently purchased
An Eegant Hack,
Sam prel..mi-,il t, _'at Irv Passengers to and
from C1liiil,, Veraon, Marianna and oth-
er points wi'h Comfortaand expedition.
At Reasonlle Prices.
Parties wL.1hir. to reach the Bay will be
met by apry intn nt at Chipley, Marian-
na or 't!, r i'.-u..; Address
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