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Title: St. Andrews buoy
Uniform Title: St. Andrews buoy
Alternate Title: Saint Andrews buoy
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Emmons & Lynch
Place of Publication: St. Andrews Fla
Publication Date: March 1, 1894
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Saint Andrews (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Washington County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Washington -- Saint Andrews
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General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 27 (Sept. 28, 1893).
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ST. ANDtREWS BAY

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VOL. III.
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OFFICIAL DIRECTORY, PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY.
U One Dollar a Year in Advance.
UNITED STATES.
.enato rs- Hoi. am'l Pasco, Monticello;
Hon Wilkinson Call, Jacksonviile. EMMONS & L NC H
'ake entatives-lst District, R. Mal- Publihers nd P i3tor
R .ll.d Distlr "ies, Publishers and Propriators.
.iver Wm. A. EMmoNs. E. J. Lvrcii.
A A ,.y nch; Re-
'eneAt W B. Le. .r ti. 11. Disp!ay ".d rite '.4- por inch per month.
Bloa. Cwrd;.Comp troller, osion and extraordinary condition
ture L. w.; Comm! sioner of Agricul- I"Rt4ljec to Pecit! agreement
ure. L. B. Wombnwell.; Superintendent _-_
Of P*alic Instruction, W N. Shears; E. B. Bail -in Fitoril e"
'resn .er, B. Colins; Justice of Su-i
prCtIe Colt, R.e F. Taylor, Tallaha. Probably no who s,
ENaTORIAL DISTRICT. P-'iseelq,
elator-Vaca ncy. I apparently unending pine woods o!
W.HINTo-t COUNTV. FClohiNa il a BcetiIg railroad train
... REresentative, I R. JRo3ainer ip. an. thght r raiid
C .oun ty Judge n&a n --,pky, gives anv thought ta, ne
St ud$., in. Jores, V'ernon: value of thoe itne
Clerk ot Court, CW unty Clerk, Recurder o e to te sate ai
Of Deeds, W B Loble 'le "" t. tile e
S DSherif, oF. La.e ,ler, 'ernon; incidentally to the wild at l argp
r C. Hor e. C e, "Chi.pley Tre.asurer There isno porti lhr atlIarge.
J.- C;. Ga l e, on; Tax llAssesstor, J. has -u g to
-. ar, Gras t Point- e eeso:r, the P
eiinleti -ni"he"

ceaseless h i
,e i- ro y .. .. li
n Le noble pine.
S"aiO `% .~ hat with the sawmill, V tur-
"i.er, '""ta-i pentine m works, the cittinig of inn
visor, F- Braeti .
or, -p-o. mnerable cioss ties for :ail ioads, anl1
B. Thompson- -
H.nRIs, other destructive influbst les, the e't-
o mistress, r. Elli tinctin of the pine t rees f Fl: ilt-
PARK ER
,oetmistress. Annie Parker; Notary is unfortunately. proceeding a 'ii
public, '. H. Parker. alarmingly rapid rate, a mstae of af-
PITTSBURC. fairs which also exists in Ge(r ina.
aster, N.W.Fitts. One enterprising railroadl ha.s ,li-,
:CALHIOUN COUNTY--CROMANTON. covered from carefully conmpilel sta-
;otaries, E. Mosher, Frank Hoskins, F.
B. Bell; Postmaster, W. M. Croman; tistics that if the present rate iof de-
County Commissioner, H. M. Spicer; struction be kept up for'lhe next .ix-
Deputy Clerk of Courts, S. T. Walklev.
teen years t:e pine tree in "Ge,,ri:,
R E L I G 10 U will be a thing of the past. The
Y. P. S.C. E.-Prayer meeting at the most valuable product of the pinpc
Preslivterian church every Sunday after- tree is without doubt the tur'pentinec
loon at 3 o'clock. All are invited. which is extracted theefro and
Methodist-Church cornerof Washing- which is extracted t efro, a
.on avenue and Chestnut street-Rev. W. which as a healing lotion i.s second to
d. Croman pastor. Preaching at 11 a. m. noliniment. In colds, fevers, Illelin-
Lnd 7:30 p. m., every alternate Sunday. uoliniment.
Seventh Day Baptist-Meets every Sat- atism, aLd all pulmonary di.ei.ease,
itday at 11 o'clock a. min., corner of Wood-
line avenue and Bay View streets; prayer turpentine is invaluable as a enedy.
meeting same place evrry Friday evening IThe pine needle or stiaw is suitable
it 7:30.
Preebyterian-Church corner Loraine for the manufacture of bagging,
iveine and Drake street. Rev. C. P. which could be used for various pur-
3lade (Christiatn) preaches by permis-
ion every alternae Sunday at 7:30 p. m. poses. Its threatened use was the
Catholic-Church corner VW.ominrg ave- cause of the failure ol the jute tu ,
tue and Foster street.
S u., as the farmers soon couvincedi the jute
.,, T_ Ht MAI S...-. trust that the straw of the piate c',,-lil
S IEat =, >.0.t .d ntrta -all, T ia. Clhitilev de-
parts every day except Sunday at 1- easily take the place of tie jute 'fo
o'clock; arrives every day except Sun2 the packing of cotton. The crn.e-
aty at 12:30 p min.
East Bay mail for Harrison, Cromanton, quence was the jute niamif'actulleir,
-Parker, Farmdale and Wetappo, leaves soon lowered their prices to a c e:ir,-
St. Andrews gbing east every morning
at F o'clock and arrives, coming wst ab e figure. The bark t t li liii..
every afternoon at 3 o'clock. tree is used b the horn handed sons
North Bay (Anderson): Arrives at Stree d th y handed son
Andrews every Monday, Wednesda and of toil "of Florida to cover potato
Friday, a. ii ; Returns to Anderson banks,
same days at 1:30 p.m. .


BUSINESS DIRECTORY,

TURNER E. PETERMAN,
Attorney at Law,
Vernon Fla-

F. B. BELL,
Notary Public for the State at Large. Of-
fice and re dence,
CLOMATON, FLA.

W H. PARKER,
N otary Public and Surveyor. Special at-
tention given to all Notarial business;
also toathe Drawing of Maps, Charts, etc.
Parker, Fla.

l.J. HUGHES,
Watchmaker, Jeweler and Optician.
Office and salesroom in Geo. Rus-
sell's store, corner of Bay View and
Sn avenues.
Florida.


There is no state in the union that
has as large a supply of fish as Flori-
da. Her innumerable streams and
lakes are simply crowded with trout,
bream, perch and numerous other va-
rieties. The sea coast of Florida is
greater than that of any other state,
and salt water fish abound in great
quantities, from, the shrimp to the
lordly tarpon or the pompano. The
very best bait with which to catch
fish in either fresh or salt water is the
large white worm found between the
bark and the body of the pine, while
holding a "post mortem" a few
month.li alter thie \\ooldnan's ax or a
numglIty storm has caused it to "bite
tle dust." Another advantage to
the state lerive.l from the pine tiee
is thie large num ib erof wealthy tour-
ists who cmnte here t.) be enr c


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/y ~ k 1the mi ieteentllrt w ro r
a1 ,v -,s in clitact with a teua-
_j* A i 1 i l i i. t u I I I p .
T %-i I 0iCLl conicI1 a Ii1iL1i \\ i.m tlje
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S be i ti'.i- Ct It i- i, u iil'i a I aI.rt-
A, l-' l-i: i.a. ,: ecially i:, tihe T' .1 -
i iha.,-,- na,. ..>c .il ,Il-tat. It i' .il.,
tile t1 e n' ir Of te ph[ e l ,.,t: ,,ine .'
l n.- lu ii .i itn l thei,.-t ,1 i1 .u1 titIe
ti, iiijum e thle iliih.sliate, i yelt i .t
afticienlt to make it lpa tio mine it
on its own account. The l ine tree
surely ill t bill to l-day an.l i
'a lpat iculai ly valuable acluibition
to Florila.

A Nove I invention.
S A patent allaratus for thie trans-
e for of coal to \ ar .ships at sea wa,
Ste.te.l o' Snii.ly Hook recently by
t ieeaso.s Kearsage and San Fran-
ci-Tc,,, the loimn er seiiig ar\ as the col-
lier. A wile lkelpt taut by a cuAtInler-
1,.i Je % eight .,:t a he light tl irtv-.i x
-,.t al.,ive th li rect.i\ iig li-ck I'll' tlie
San Fianci--o. ().er e tlii- .vie lba..'s
4,1 .-' n iI rIeI. e:.l t inrg co i \\l e liat .-
mitted with a trolley A ton of sand
in bags w 'ighing 200 pounds each
was sent aiboar-d the San Francisco in
twenty ininutes. This was not rapid
work, bd't it served to show that the
method (f transshipment is effort in
the right direction, and that by im-
proving the apparatus the speed of
delivery might be doubled if not
quadruple d. During times of war
coal is qite as important as aninmn-
nition n nwar ships, and emergencies
may ari'e when fuel is moree desira-
ble tha i powder, shot or shell. This
is why/the naval powers so quickly
seize very opportunity to secure na-
val st nations. If coal can be rapidly
transit ipped at sea fast coal transports
will L.ii. conme implorialtiit alincts of
itavics anid the cmalin, stationn will
dcl nIewhat in, imniirtan-e.
--on-stel----e V-t
,otnster Wine VV.,
ternin \' in< 1 it


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Notary at'ublic. 'i --.." -- - "
and epay Cfrcu lerk. tde froni the ine forests, and l7
Office in the old real estate offic opposite has ou doubtedlly saved tie s of l'"aii,,,as at lat be e
n1if-d D u Cic i Ce tt ceIlt ii the t 'lml-.. a at i:it "te ai "
Brackil'sstore. Magnolia ,treel. to 1 ea t
DR.- -- T ETER ~ return to their friends anil businesss .ce d aref i,. tc.'tm-
DR. J. J.. KESTER, re-tbuilt. f .' 1
omeopathic Physician and Ac- as t.:ough they had been raie1 Ir ,,,,n b ll n ',i. ...I .
coucher. officee P'ioneer D)rug Store, tlie dead. A very gueat ,ii to i rece tlv lii-h, Ii- le. *~ ,
corner of Shell avenue and Michi- lthe wrood i.- ut d;anm ,-r alI 51 flet It
a'gau street, au itach g1 till th inaugrated with a ball, in wh!ch 275
St Andrews. Florida. a u cA ,l*-1 It o th u
St. Andrews. - ,li -a i il;. *l e, couples took part, and at one time, it
"TI LL*. PA L PAYur, i '" "-"' l' tiil ."l. e a I lilh is said. there we e 500 pclplh on tli
TWILL PAY Ampls Cai of 11athe cask, not cutting th
WILL PA[ t ee Cash poli h, and mak>*a ;l I1" "
St. 1. ltiel ree. fii-ih a-- any material l in Ain-liii.a. waiters. musicinmss, etc. Besides the
'-' amL tm L. Ia tile -Iarel I.pulate i li-trict.s above no inconsiderable floor space
':-/ S t B E R' S h,.'ue est w-lhich calm be inllle very clin, was taken up by the stage erected for
S B E irt alble are ,',nstructe of tlhe I,,g., the orchestra, the two pianos and a
E R E SS atId covered iilih llllinigles split by dining table.
hand on the spot. The pine tree is Been There Before.
.1 anm prepared to do all kinds of easily split into rails with which a Brooklyn Life.
I ailing at the lowest living rates dal
a1,d give entire satisfaction. fence can be cheaply constructed. As He-D,,es 'oo love 'oo darling?
a fuel the pine tree is invaluable to She-Just des I do.
WOOD AND FENCE POSTS the Floridian, as also to the factories Intelligent Parrot (in a deep nasal
I't and delivered at reasonable rates and phosphate works. The poor man voice)-Ohi we've all been there be-
G. W. SURBER. need hot feel the occasional northern fore.
Too Green.-tLhat rattles through the trees, as he HardBed.
S To Green. has fuel almost for the asking, and Puck
GoO. v*,you red-headed thing; I when he chooses to take time he can Farmer's Son-Say, my grand-
won't play with you any more. 1 nuake ci.arcoal. father died in this 'ere bed.
might get burnt." Millions of dollars are made annu- City Boa-rder--Lord, I don't won-
"Ohn, n o, yu won't. You're too ally from its timber industry, which der! It's enough to kill ten grand-
dreen to burn." is apparently on the increase. Good fathers!


more than oge .~
real past, not te p e l
tion or of his easy o
By this time, in perfect s
the occasional clink of
gurgle of imprisoned wa
a while, the cliclk of iron
troop waS marching in
umn of twoa well out b6I
and over the almost dead
lain.V Far ahead the
lazed brightly and beck
't was time for precauti
"Sergeant," said D
a corporal and four men
them spread out acros
keep 300 or 400 yards
Better take thote with
horses, as I want thicm
oughly and to be on
faintest sound. Any
know this valley wel
"None better than
was the half hesitant
"W-e-1-l, I need U
Put some of the old
heasil on, and don't 1
their notice."
Bt-g pardon, li .
to be the line of t rec-ti)
started it was understood
to take the shorte-st cut f
and now we're heading
cacho.
"No, we make for th
that's the quick': .say
signal station, theve Ice
st -e for
he
ltari: go h vli
been here, and since th
joined they've never 1b,
crossing the Santa Maria
"'What on earth could
out so far? There's no
gained and every chance
off by troops from (Grant
even if they do succel i
us. r
"That's more than 1
The men say the paymas
along this week; they hea
quartermaster's train we
Cienega three days ago.'
Trooper Bland was rid
on the left of the deta
mander as he had been di
sergeant had come -up
flank.
"What men heard,
Drummond, quickly.
"Why, Patterson t
Lucas and Quinn, an '
here was talking with
and must have heard it.
"Did you. Bland?" as
tenant, as he whirled a
saddle and f ced the troo
"Yes, sir," was the
"several cf the men sp
about the most welcome
they could give to fellow
months' pay due."
In the isolation of i
scouting business, when,
pens, one officer is out a
with no comrades or ass
detl i naturally


otb l er be the
of garrison life; and soiti
for the moment Drummnom
commander in the man.
"It is most extraordinary
""That just wbhe na paymnas
to keep secret the date ai-
coming the whole thing
ahead. We have no telqv
three days ago we knew
Plummer was starting on
He ought to have been
lastnight. By Jupiter sm
-and had but a small e
else could that signal fire
get those men out to the
once; we must push ahead
worth."
And so at midnight,
panting and jaded, with
the Picacho only four mil
little detachment was tr
lessly through the dark
alert and eager, Drummo
midway between his scouutt
body so that no sound c
might distract his attenti
or signals farther out.
heard an exclamation ah
of a frightened horse, th:-
objurgations, a.rider urgi
steed to approach some
ject, and, spurring his
charger forward, Mr. Dr
presently upon the corpus
mounting in the darkness
to lead his boon counpaui
could not drive, up to sou
lying on the plain. Th
A low whistle, however. 1
the other scouts trotting i
cue.


ST. ANDREWS,


iri ,, e.s are obtained fur the tall, fault-
les pine for .si alp tna-.ts.
Tlie la1d.! wlich li as been L CI ea re
of tie iine trees. its original .i.~,owth
al'tla Iciui,. culti ate an.l d a!,imuel
to re.!, tl.eml to ha\e exhliiii ted the
pl. op ,tis t bat g, to produce the
pinme, ai. i.-s l'llrwed by a species of
...1rul ..I k. Tlie hard wcutl fore. t,
wlir-e clearteil, seem al.o, to hIave ex- "6 o
liau-tei t!ie propleries that would 're- "
produce it, and is followed L.y a de-
generatedi .peciers of pine tree of the .
slmhrt leaf- variety 'T'le stuInmas forn -.
Io i oak, hickory aall, other hard
w,)oo. I c-f tlie star., in due tlie decay,
w;iile that o1f the ie pin remains, as tlp
i., [t of kindln g wood or cia. -
geineratione It hdoes cR use 0
the iloimimrnanto ge t a little further
utflrJ,momm heaven e


alone 1, .c.ju R .' t':lC,,Ig. by snu .ess so far, I am 1oph t the "No patent, no pay" sys-
ci hi iis 'i~ ilyoar lepai ing o "plant eighty tern. Inventors who intrust their
S hataa f acres in pecan tee-_ atliough I am business to these kind of attorneys
"com" eventy y'.ean, .ld. ,.lo so at immin nent risk, as tle breadth
iAtl'e lecan wilI tbrive on any landt anI, srengthl ot the patent is never
ears which is gooI fo Ccorn 01o cotton, and co,,nidered in view of a quick en- A
that I c a'bow trees conmoum line soil J,teavor to get an allowance and ob
I tIt t, I C' 1",i' U a l,,,., t' t.R ,f, t.r. tliir ag' a' e tain the feeh tl:en due.. THE PRE
I said their path had suddenly fired the fatal almi g.rowr, oan I igll, CLAIMS COMPANY, John \\
shots. Now, where was the paymas- a ,
jfhis ter? Where the escort? Where the As to culture the young tLI Gen
ii f alded min who 'i.,1 the signal fire-the fire sho;ll be set at lea.t Ifortv feet alar:. W ash, C
gra, nd yet that long before midnight had died ut- The space between may be cultivated ,present ai sunhr of iC-
V Mal jor terly away? Whither should thewearyeprsenting a lare numbe of im-
his: st trip. detachment direct its march? Ceral- in ordinary crops without damage to portant daily an. weekly papers, as
at oralvo,'s vo's lay a dozen miles off to the north- the trees. But whether planted or well as general periodicals of the
upp. he was west, Moreno's perhaps eight or ninegene peodicals of the
scr ? What to the southwest. Why had the escaped not the ground should be plowed at country, was instituted to protect its
mea ? He-rel trooper headed his fleeing steed in that least twice a year. Hogs must be patrons from the unsafe methods
fr.:ii now at direction? Had there been pursuit? kept out and fire guarded against. heretofore employed in this: line of
d fo all we're Aye, 10 minutes' search over the still erefore g fnc n ith
and desolate plain revealed the fact Therefore a good fence and ditch business. The said Company is pre-
wi h steeds that two horsemen lurking in a sand would be best, but a number of stout pared to take charge of all patent
the pass and pit or dry arroyo had pushed forth at stakes driven around each tree would business entrusted to it for reason-
les ahead, the top speed and ridden away full tilt
ipping noise- across the desert, straight as the crow be sufficient protection against cattle able fees, and prepares and prosecutes
ness, and, all flies, toward Moreno's well. Even and sheep, as they do not injure the applications generally, including
nd was riding while Drummond, holding brief consul- trees except by ramping. gen n
Sand the main station with his sergeant, was deliberat- y t i mechanical inventions, design pat-
lose t hand ing whether to turn thither or to push I would not advise grafting on ents, trade marks, labels, copyrights,
ion f m hails for the signal peak and learn what he hickory stocks, for though it will interference infringements, validit
Sud unly he could from the little squad of blue ruit ealie most o te nut will epots, and gves especial attetioa
ead, hesnort jackets there on duty. the matter as t eager most o te uts w reports, and gives especial attention
usuMs muffled decided for him. .iddcu and shrill have a bitter taste, and much thicker to rejected cases. It is also prepar-
ng a reluctant there came the cry froui the outskirts shells than tho e grown on their own ed to enter into completion with e
suspicious ob- of the now dismount: d troop clustered stocks. c
oyn spirited about the body of th ir comrade. firm in securing foreign patents.
unimond came "Another fire. lieuten.antl Look I- The trees commence b aring at six Write for instructions and advice,
ori just dis- out here toward the Santa Maria." and eight years of age, about JOHN ED 618 F a t.
nd striving The sergeant sprang to his feet,te same tie as that required O WEDDEBURN 8 F t.
;l, whom he shouldering hia liburly way through the tle as tlt P.O. Box 835. Washington, D. C.
le dark object excited throng. O()to moment more and by a seedling sweet orange. The pe-
ts to,_. failed, his voice was bh-ard in louder, fiercer can nut has this great advantage If you are out of employment. why
1,mught one of tones;
itto the res- "o signal t'is time, sir. By God, over the citrus family, that it is not not work tor the Buoy and earn soma
they've fired Moreno's ranch!" near sd perishable after being gather- of its preminims? :- -,.,
thep've~~~-\- -,. Iru~eos rac


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NO. 48.
ZLA., MAR. 1 1894.
S---- ed, but will keep qui-e s lo
CHAPTER III.
.. Shortly after sunset on this same hot enough for the producer to choose his
-evening the sergeant in charge of the customer nd sell a4 his ownI time and
little signal party at the Picacho came notbe forced as the orange grower
-- .. strolling forth from his tent puffing atot be lrted
a battered brier ioot pipe. Southward often is, by fear o: a tojal loss, to sell
and a few hundred feet below his perch at a great sacrifice.
the Yuma road came twisting through th the
the pass, and then disappeared. in the The Jew"isl8.

-=- the distant Santa Maria. Over to the coasts of Florida and in tropical
Seat the loftiest crags of the Christobal s Tas. The jewfish is frequently
were still faintly tinged by the last found in deep holes and channel
...T) - :: "X .. -,^ ^ touch of departed day. Southward A specimen
---' b still, beyond the narrow and tortuous the salt water inlets. A specie
K -l T, S33Y ALE5 KIN, pass, the rangerose high and precipi- illustrated in the Scientific Ame
"R,:d hMtna winuteBurke-,_ sid tons, covered and fringed with black abo
Sed hi a minute, Bu ," id masses of cedar, stunted pine and juni- can weighean about
1'" .. +') "rens.-- perand
.tetig out hrtis S e tNoosert, on thslineof e Mar TaNpa Bay, Fla.,
oson ghied at.'i 1 I can't get him near iwar the H oinfd. The h e fish, af
dg, again." With that he pushed'out d hwas just twinkling. ter being harpooned twice and wound-
ino re the front while the others listn .-'t's eralvo's, and nowhere ed in three places on the head itha
ctnt. ,- where the embers of the cook hatchet, ived to days, and with a
..irr tb an eathless night fire still glowed in a deep crevice amongivedwo was
S Then cae the startled cry: herocks, was there light of any kind finally butchered and sold. It re-
S n M God lieutenant, it's Corporal to be seen. A lonely spot was this in quired the services of three men to
a Donovan anld his h irse--bot r dead. which to spend one's days, yet the sol-ee en
ce-p And even there Mr. Drummond noted dier in charge seemed in no wise op- lan. the fish, and they worked at
ei that Bland was about the first of the pressed with sense of isolation. It hour and a half to accomplish it,
thsolumn to com hurrying forward to was his comrade, sitting moodily on a Specimens of the jewfish have le n
m- e scene. h convenient rock, elbows on knees and ave
S Ten minutes' investigation threw but chin deep buried in hisbrownandhairy captured which weighed over 500
o little ligt uon the tragedy. Some hands, who seemed brooding over the p,,unds. It is said that even the
l i stumps of candles were found .in the desolation of his surroundings.e are good eating, the
Saddlebags and packs, and with these Watching him in silence a moment, lalet jewfishes are good eating, the
Sthe men scoured the plain for signs a quiet smile of amusement on his lips, Cubans considering them a great
Spreading well out from the center, Sergeant Wing sauntered over and delicacy. Some of the stories related
S a they closely examined the sandy level, placed a friendly hand on the broad f t tr t t
S f tha From the north came the .trail of two blueThoulder. f the strength of tie jewfish are re.
conE still cavalry horses, shod alike, both at the ITO BE CONT Te D.} markable, and it is said that bots
them on. lope, both draggy and weary. From ., have been towed out to sea by this
the point where la Donovan and hisCheaTelephones fish. The jewfish will often break
srd. et dhrligther a around, thoe riderhadc Scientific American. hooks and lines which ae strong
ard. Lnt sand b as rr,:-unt at a thundering gallop rThe expiration of the Bell tele- enough to capture a good sized
d ofrn as. back across the valley; then 100 yards phone patent is revolutionizing the shark. Mullet bait is usually used
r 3 shfu away, in lung curve, ho halI reined him sales of teleph in this country i catching the ewfish. This fish
I,7 tfshet to the Msouthea t. The troopers who u icating the jewfish. T
Sfr th followed the ho marks out about an The Metropolitan Telephone oompa- frequently floats on the surface 6f
r fe the eighth of a mile declared that, un- ny of New York, who are licensed the water, apparently asleelp, and is
d ee, r, o makundg the bt horse and rider way toward er the Bell Telephone company, sometimes shot instead of beimag Itar-
making the best Of their way toward
Moreno's ranch. Farther search, not is now offering the genuine Bell tele- pooned. The jewfi.h is probably
ly. ) 50 yards to the front, revealed the fact l.,oiiee iirrumetlpt fr sale at $1.25 tie largest food fish known.
d- a, t nowd that at the edge of a little depression
S.nd older ande 6 slale at $1.25 the largest food fish known.
its..-nd older. and behiud some cactus bushes three eAch. As teve in.'truineas are
tt. human forms had been lying prone, accuratel n a.le, and yield the best Wanted Her Hand.
.? lhe. w the deadly bullet. He-I--I have called to-night to
that we w iro "Apaches, by God!" muttered one great impetus to the construction of -ave caed to-o
or Ceralo's, of the menu. 1shul telephone line, in buildingsad ask-to ask for your hand.
for the ii- ."Apaches, your grandmother!" was in. country place. She-Well (silence while the
the sergeant's fierce reply. "Will y clock ticks), why don't yu?
e pass fi ft: never learn sense, Moore? When did Pecn Grove.
to reach -- Apaches take to wearing store clothes J K u s-Pcl in, F rovia e.
an vbeJ to and heeled boots? The 's no Apache John t hu w in Fl1rida Lioe. PATENTS
S you ( er in this, Ieutenant. LookAe, air, and In the winter of 1S84 or 1885 I Jl
hcrc. e.e out farther, n.li of you ba- ..'. ,... ,-.' ..-.4 ; r;.e,,
fellows, and s-4 where tljE h'y 1 fo r a g,'ur e irj t .' oung ae1, a .,, uei-i .:t'; ,,Y
Sh r. Corporal Doinovan was with ee
nti .ne w '&,enp d,wu the Gila last week, sir. all (,f wlich were, killed by the be- for inv1^ .
e libeautrd ofn They were to meet and escort the pay- vere freeze of that .eason. This con- the arts and s ci e-.
valley." a ,r iJt liea. It's my belief he vineme hat the location was too good as now. The convente
Wai one Uf the guard and that the am- I.i i hh toy n
timpit them tulance haa. been jumped this very ,ar north for protitable orange cul- mankind in the factory and work-
thg to igh. These are road agents, not ture, and having sor e seed of the pa- shop, in the household, on the farm,
ei Apaches, and God knows v s hap-
t and Bowie ped if they've got away with per shell pecan nut bhich I had pur- and in official life require continual
pin ended if they've got away with Patsy.
in slipping by Su he ws one of the nerviest men in chased-from Col. J E. Hart, I de- acceAsions to :he appurtenances and

can .tell, ti. whle troop, sir." termined to try them on the ground. implements of each in order to save
can tell. ir. Dr.nond listened, every nerve
ster's coming; a-tingle, even whilewith hurried hands My purpose was I ridiculed, and as labor, time and expanse. The poll-
rd it from u hie ctt open the shirt at the brawny fat as any help or enc.ulagement was tical change in the administration of
pasted at the throat and fel for fluttering heart beat concerned, my experitnpnt wvas uphill government does n'ot affect the pro-
or faintest sign of life. Useless. The
ing in silence shot hole under the left eye told work, Col. H. hinmsellf having sug- gress of the American inventor, who
chment com- plainly that the leaden missile had tested that my young men had bet- being on the ale: t, and ready to per-
irected. The torn its way through the brain and
on the other that death n'ust have been instan- ter eat thnus as the would neve: ceive the existing deficiencies", dos
taneous. The soldier's arms and ac- come to anything. not permit the affairs of government
is?" asl:ed conterments, the horse's equipment, But nothing daunted by jokes, to deter him from quickly conceiviung
were gone. The bodies lay unmuti-
e, sir, and lated. The story was plain. Separated sneers and prophecies of failure, 1 the remedy to overcome existlng-.dp-
hink Bland in some way from the detachment, Don- persisted and thie result) has fully re- crepan.ies. Too great care cannot
rain escort van and his companion had probably warded my perseverance be exercised in choosing a competent
lu .eight' d the signal blazing at the pass
tm li and come riding hard to reach the spot, Heving prepared a nursery and and skillful attorney to prepare and
when the unseen foe crouching across planted my seed I set {them out, and prosecute anly application for a pat-
pro now from those ver-r nuts I have ent. Valuable interests have been
\ U"_._ -, many trees betwven thliitvy and forty l, t and destr'.)yed in i:nuumerablo ii-
S.. / feet iih ant1 uf elv;al extent in lat- stances by thie employment of in-
r i ^,s eral ,I'-'eal of lii'i, s, casting a fine competent co:,un.c!, and especially is
as ol ( ,' .l i 'hlc i. t his advice applicable to those who*








MARITIME. LOCAL DRIFT,

--J,,st received, hats, boots, shoe
at Russell's.
-Nice bread, pies and cakes, fresh
every day at Russell's store.
-Hats, Shoes, Boots. The onl
boots on the Bay, at Russell's,
-Commercial, legal, and plain o
printed tationery at the Buoy office.
-- - m .-Send a stamp and let us tell yot
'OTs.-It must be remembered that the how to easily earn any premium we offer
stad Is not a wholly reliable motive pow- -Russell's is headquarters fo
Or and If the sailors sometimes find it im-
possible to make schedule time it mus t be CloCKB, watches, jewelry, hats, boots an
targed to the elements; they do the best shoes.
tkey can. -Legal cap, commbccial not
S .....----'-----....-'-- letter-head papers and envelopes, eithe
SCHOONER printed or plain at the Buoy office.
NETTIE. -Rev. C. P. Slade will conduct
CAP. LESTER MERRITT. divine services at the Presbyterian church
Leaves St. Andrews every Wednesday. next Sunday evening at the usual hour.
Arrive at Pensacola every Thursday. -Fifty to 100 sweet seedling or-
Leave Pensacola every Friday.
Arrive at St. Andrews every Saturday. ange trees, one to three feet high for sale
Fare, with board, $5; without hoard, 3.at 15 each. Leave orders at the Buoy
Freight carefully handled, office.
WioN. W. PITTS Agent for East Bay -Ever3 body remember, we carry a
rritory. East Hay parties going to Pcr- e
it to their advantage to a full stock of fresh groceries, provisions
oa W MII rand general merchandise at the store in
InUpt. F. Hi rison. Wa. SLaDE, fn charge.
Farnier 1W&J _.&&it


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T ~MALL CrTL-GE "_LE""
A;p to II. .O'A IN!E.


THE BEST AND
IIS THE SAFEST
a nnI INVESTMENT


There me single retail shoe stores in our large
ities which sell 2,000 pairs of shoes a day, making
* net profit of t250,000 a year. We sell shoes low,
but we sell a great many pairs, the clearprofit on
oar ladies', mimes' and children' shoes is at least
teS cents a pair, and on our means' and boys' shoes
15 cents* pair. We shall establish shoe stores In
each of the fifty largest cities of the U. S., and if
tey mil only 300 pairs of shoes a day they would
amrn $5,(0 a year. We should be able to pay a
yearly dividend of $5.25 a share, or over 50 per cent.
a year on thenvestment. We sell the stock at $10
a share. The price must inevitably be much more
$ha 10 a share. No stock has ever been sold at
tom than this price, which is its par value. Stock
Oasses- bl. Incorporated, Capital $1,00000.
we hav overl1,000 stockholders, and the number
Ino readns loy. Some of the principal stock-
bolderAC T. S. Walling, Y.; I. J. Potter, Boston
. A. Red, Jr., Chicago; J.B. Camlbell, Chicago ; W. IM.
Kavan uh. Little Bock,.Ark I. IL Rich. Chicago J. F
unre, PhaM.. B. &lardinng, N. Y.; E. J. Payne, Bittls
rmaek Ic P. ullette, Arcade, N. Y.
Write for a prospectus containing the names of
grI itockholders, etc., or send an order for stock,
#l gs co i "r's check, cash or money order.
irs tae for one or more shares. Price, $10
IEXTER SiuncO,, 14",146 *141 1Fderal
U sHOE 00GU St"e 0"TO, M.
Agents Wanted.


tigous country. To
that for one dollar s
nish them an excelle
town with the lots an:
rectly located. Besides
have also a sectional m
only the town proper,
disposcd of by theA


ill such we would say
ut to us we can fur-
large map of the
public places cor
his city map, we
embracing not
ut all the land


'in t -.vn
.W.'at e u, "r tbeir lcatlion-
' the ue of this map. One dollar buys
either man; or either will be given as a
premium for five etsh in advance sub-
scribers.
-After the failure of the State
Horticultural Society to interest the last
Florida legislature to the extent of pro-
viding for the publication of the proceed-
ings of t.e annual meeting held in Pensa-
cola in April last, Commissioner of Agri-
culture Bloxham, recognizing that the re-
port would beja valuable educator to every
one interested in fiuit growing, decided
to have it printed and let the expense be
borne by his department,. Accordingly he
did so and the result is a handsome book
of 200 pages, a copy of which has been re-
ceived by the editor of the Buoy with the
icrnmliini- -i.'n.'s compliments. We are not
Savised as to how many copies were print-
ed, but presume anyone interested in
fruit growing in Florida can get a copy by
addressing L. B. Wombwell, Commission-
er of Agriculture, Tallahassee, Fla. The
meeting oi the society will be held in
Jacksonville on the second Tuesday in
April, unless for some good reason the
comrn;ttee decides to change thedate. The
editor of the Buoy hope to be able to so
arrange his business as to be :n attend-
anc And by the way, there are several
enterprising fruit growers on St. Andrews
Bay who ought by all means to become
member of this Fociety,


Blood Poison
AtTW Approach of Death, New Life
by Taking Hood's.


Mr. Winas X. GreenhoUa
Baltimore, Md.
*For four years I was in intense suffering
with an abscess on my thigh. It discharged
etely and several times
Pieces of Bone Came Out.
Last February I had to take my bed for four
weeks, and then it was I began to take Hood's
Barsaparilla. I soon got on my feet, but was
very weak and went to the Maryland University
hospital, where they said my trouble was chronic
blood poisoning and gave me little h I.- re
turned home and continued taking 10ood's.
Used six bottles and the abscess has e1*
disappeared, and I have been in
|llmealth Ever Sine.
lia I should be Inmy"
eight from 14 a y 170 pounds d

Hood'sVCures
I praise Hood's Sarsaparilla forit all" WM. I
GREBNHOLTZ, 1812 Hanover St., Baltimore, Md.
Hood's Pills cure liver ills, constipation,
biliousness, jaundice, sick headache, indigestion.

-For curiosity jewelry call at Rus-
ell's, on I. J. Hughes, the jeweler.
-There will be Sunday school in
he Methodist church every Sunday morn-
ng at 10 o'clock. All young people are
invited.
-Our correspondents will please
bear in mind that their favors must be I
nailed early enough to reach us not later
han Monday evening: otherwise they
cannot appear In the current issue.
-Pursuant to call the Village Im-
provement association held a meeting at
:he residence of Mrs. Curry last Satur-
day evening. Fourteen persons responded
to the call, an organization was effected
and Jno. Sturrock elected president, T. C.
Danford, vice president; Miss Cora Dan-
ford, secret iy ana V. D. Greene, treasur-
er. A constitution and by-laws was
adopted and it was decided to hold regu-
lar meetings on the first Monday night in
each month. Any person interested in the
improvement of St. Andrews may join the
association without charge for member-
ship.
Personal.
Charley Daiord and Mr. Wel:er
forook the ap Rival at Garabelle
and retulrnelld omei via Wewahitchka
NMonday. Thei.rest of the J ty on
board the Rival ill endeavor
further south before returning.
The painful intelligence reach-
es the BUOY from Tairpa that
Mrs. E. J. Lynch is lying very
dangerously ill there. Mrs. W. A.
Emmons, her mother left via Chip-
ley Monday morning for Tampa to be
in attendance upon her suffering
daughter.
C(apt. Frank Ware went with his
conveyance Monday morning to carry
Mrs. \. A. Eniinmns to Chipley.
A. Luker, a foruier resident of St.
Andiews returned on the Nettie on
Friday last and has taken charge tf
the school on the West Peninsula
opposite St. Andrews.
E. A. Washburn returned on the
Nettie F.aiday, fr-'m his home in
Chicago and joined his family in St.
Andrews.


J E 8 P scriberin club with the Buoy for $1.50;
JE. IE P. L two papers to new subscribers for 2.50.
CAPT. J. SOHUNGEI -The schooner Jessie P.was run r
Makes regular trips between Parke ron -s
ast Bay and Pensacola; will make reg- into by a tug somewhere in the vicinity of
ular landings at Cromanton and Har- Pensacola, last trip and sustained some.
prison and at any other point when re- damage, but on her arrival at Parker a
quested beforehand to do so. Passen- e me on made her as good as
gers and freight transported at reason- force of men soon made her as good as
able rates and satisfaction guaranteed. new again.
Orders left at the residence of the cap- -Parties who wish the BuoY to
tian St. Andrews will receive prompt attend tothe payment or their taxes and
and careful attention.
JOHN T. PITTS, Agent. have not a credit on our books to'meet
the same had best forward a sufficient s
JG-G amount forthwith and.have the matter at-
JIGGER-RIG tended to at once, as the tax is now due t
H.E N O. and will become delinquent April 1, after
OCAPT. ROBT. GWALTNEY. which the property will be advertised and
Carries the East Bay Mail; leaves St. An- sold for the same.
drews Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday One of the neatest and best kept
mornings, arriving at Wetappo same -
evening. Leave Wetappo alternate up stores on the whole Bay is the People's
mornings arriving at St. Andrews in the Store of N. W. Pitts at Pittsburg on East t
evening. Passengers and freight trans- Bay. Everything is as tidy and orderly
ported at reasonable rates. a care and cleanliness c n makecit; but
'JIGGER-RIG the most attractive features at the Peo-

CAPT. EDW'D HAND. profits frnm wholesale prices and courteous t
AT Treatment of customers.
Carries the East Bav mail; leaves St. A- treatment of customers.nt wit
drews Monday, Wednesday and Fri- -By au arrangement with the
day mornings, arriving at Wetappo publish rs of the Jacksonville Weekly
same evening. Leave Wetappo alter- Citizen, Florida's new metropolitan paper,
nate mornings arriving at St. Andrews theuBWASlil'l eivaled to offer that'sterling,
in the evening. Passengers accommo
dated and freight carried at reasonable well edited and conducted democratic
rates. sheet in connection with this paper for
RATES BY EAST BAY MAIL BOATS. only $1.65 per year for both papers.
assen Anners- No fantilyin the county or state should
St. Andrews to Harrison ...... lo pr
Cromanton,...20 be without these two best papers in the
,, Parke-..... .25 state whenthiey can be had for so trifling
Farindale, .. .50 a sum
WWetappo....... -The Rev W 3. M Oromnn's en-
,cund trip .......'AI'.jal., .... fe5r
ound frpI .- .... 0 gagement with the Methodist church
.a l h ad ing expired some weeks ag, that con-
hetvy w en at 11t ittc k itho -P pastoS
i_ Ine ciiurgh-going' people 'ill 1e0
ShCleopatracamehonaS I.va~~-. I. .rn that e Rev. Mr. Webb
1e Cleopatra came home Satur from Georgia, the Baptist divine who has
ay n t- .. g abandoned thetrip for a tiine or two mst aceabl impress-
.U 1L'a npa at Carabelle on account of ed the people of Cro anton willocup
the prevailing adverse winds and the Methodist pulpit St. Andrews next
heavy weather. Sunday at 11 o'clock.n
The Nettie came in from Pensaco- --Clhip' )y Ban )er: '"Mr. W. W
laFr day with two passengers and a Green of Georgetow Ga., has wp nthe
eay carg f ei a art hand of one of Wash ngton cunt ir-
y cargoof fieight an departedest daughters, Mit Alla Veta Gay,
for Pensacola again Monday evening, daughter of our ef cint tax assessor.
"ihe Jessie P. sailed lor Pensacola They passed through Chiplev Wednesday
Saturday evening, having been tlior- for Georgetown, th ir future home." The
roughly repaiel from l iheri recent mis. BUy joins the na) merous friends of the
hap y family here in ext. ending congratulations
and wishing a brig litand happy future for
TIMONIA S published in-the newly wedded young people.
t -sTIMONIALS published lf --No place i Florida or elsewhere
S behalf of Hood's Sarsaparilla. are prescrts more r greater attractions to
Sa reliable and worthy of confidence as the iomeseeker an does the picturesque
If from your most trusted neighbor, village of Parker, on East the pi,ndshoulresque
------the railroad strike e the bay in thatvicini-
A Week's Weather. tv, as there is go.,d reason to suppose it
The folloiringR tal,lu shows what tile will, every dollar invested will multiply
neroriure at St. Andrews has Iot many fold, and rai road or no railroad, the
during the past week, fruoi ohlIcrvat on1s investment cannot e otherwise than a
tad tnooln: lil good one. W. H. arker will take pleas-
-_Thursd ....__ orn. Noon. "tle in showing anvo e around, no matter
uribdrt........ I, 2'2 5( whether they buy or not.
'ri&.. ...... 5: 6 5; -Almost every ody who has be-
SatIrd>y ...... liketopossess n n-
come interested in
Snnd.,;v ....... 2 4 like to possess a t. Andrews would
d ,, like to possess a mar


F n i ni Te ex.,1! 1' h',ne -in
Feb. 24.. from A.,: .i' alieiuto, Mexico,.
and -tat.'s that when he left t..at
city on Tlihur.iday it was ri"po.lrteld II
good authority that Congressmani
Wilson, who had stopped off there to
take the baths, was in a dying con-
dition and that the physicians who
weie attending him had given up all
hope of his being able to leave the
place alive. When Mr. Wilson
passed through EL Paso, he was a
very sick :nan, but he exerted him-
self to respond to the many invita-


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Vernon,
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lie following places on
-dates nentiiioedt f r tihe
;eceiv a tax returns for


'rlday, March l i ts *t
r, Tax Asewor, $-.
hinhgton' Co., Fla. short
1' 'humorist i Rsaid to front
condition with heart nue,


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St. AIdrews, Fla.


CAUTION.-Tf a dealer offers W. 16
Douglas >hoes at a reduced price, or *ay
he has them without name tamped on
bottom, put him down am a fraud.
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IOUCLAS
0 -THL- WO~iLD.
-i ..it" o I LI lie pri-.
r in Ii '1 or-re r r -'- '
I j1~(If WO'.L L.. D wt
h 1-U011, W which Puarar .:e ,
Lli *S:n.'s'-id'i i.~ s
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'Y a'n i in at yr
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85 and tlii will be n '*
t time to repair the walk leading
i the BUOY office to Loraine ave-
,and the BUoY hopes that the
ge across Lake Ware will be the
ject of their first attention.
'he festivities were enjoyed until
it midnight when, through the
the revelers sought their homes,
pleased with the good fortune
had provided them with so
h enjoyment.

re Who Must Be Obeyed.
hington Post.
he Ways and Means Committee,
ing under consideration the
enue bill, were setting behind
ed do ors and were impervious to
s. The messenger at the door
Id take none in. He had hi*
ructions and lived up to them.
while the crowd of correspon-
ts cooled their heels outside, in
pan3 with a few interested tariff
erts, a lady of imperious mien
pt up and handed the doorkeper
card.


"Take that to my husband she
exclaimed. ..
The doorkeeper hesitated, caught
her eye, and then disappeared with-
out a woidt In a moment the lady's
husband emerged.
"Johnl"' she said, "did) you take
those pills?"
"Yes. my dear," was th meek re-
spouse.
",11 right. Now you m tsr take
these powders." And she }handed
him a little paper package.
lie took it, re-entered, the com-
mittee om swallowed the potion,
and then business was resnumd.,


VICK'



FLORAL OU I
1894.
he PIoneer Catealogu Vegae-
tables and lows
Contains 112 pages 8 x 10 12 in.,
with descriptions that desrib,
not mislead; illustration that
Instruct, not exagger te.
Thecover iscbarrin n har-
monloua blending of wtercol-
or prints in green a d white,
with a gold back nd,-a
dream of beauty. of
SNovelties printed ut
colors. All thele

cannot afford
tiy an I e--,t-r


- --- ., ,; ." g e rpo
t e spent for Proper seed mBU sgre
grocer' and doctor's llls. J lany
NOT R PUBLICATI cede Vck's Floral ude
a: rmr I.IN' LLEa r Pea handsomest catalogue for 1S. If
.Eyou love a fine garden send ad.
IFv -. I;th, 14. dress now. with cents, which may be deduced fom
,, gijn tt order. eo 60aash trizs oPotatoes.
ing a ttnlr'ltr h tiled ntice -'I hli:r Itca V. JAML Wnll o n i i
;nt,,ti,. ni..k, tial proolt in sulp,,rt ( --
her clain anol that said proof will be
made Il' W. B. Lastsiter. clerk of the Bak r Ha
(irc;l .t t I er home at Parker, Fla,
on A rill viz.
L !'A FIX, of Parker, Fla., Having recently purchased
I ;: se- of swY ; swi of An Eae an it H ack
S4 I n; n'14 of nwO 4 sec 13, tp 4 s.
r 13 w. am prepared to Carry Passengers to and
Si'' i1r, I th following witnesses to from Chipley, Vernon, Mariannia and oth-
pr.iv..' Iiete ,tnui..us residence upon and er points with Comfort"and expedition.
cullivaitn m 1, , aid land: viz:
W. H. PAr,'k,., C. D. Portis, J. T. Pitts, At Rasnable Pric
Del Peicival. all ,,t' Parker, Fln.
Edil i's ft.e i',id. ALKX LYNCH Register. Parties wishing to reach the Bay will lbe
-___ __.._... ..-t_.___ 1- -.+ l.. (.M M : -;


tiuns showered upon him by the NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
people of that city. Lr N OlFiel,. I; .\INESVILLE, FLORIDA,)
F, 10th 1894.
SR ho tice h,r..o given that the follow-
Spreparations fail. It possesses i na,.ttl has filed notice of his
o tpo s -nii,,n ~,,P.n'1 6 proof in support o f
arative power peculiar to itself. Be hiscl'imn. ,i I1 s said proof twill be Imade
SMu to get Hood's Sarsaparilla. 1lefi,rtr VW.. I..--.ltcr, clerk of the circuit
c. drt, at .rat .n, Fla., on April 7th,
Honor Among Thieves. 1 I I
PHoor Am g Thieves AUt i KILB E -1G, of Parker, Fla.
Harper's Weekly. Hd 17631, fr the w 1, of sw '4 of sec. 6,
Bridget-Phwat's t' privint me tp 4, s, r f .Ii.
Sy He naiae the following witnesses to
tellin' yure mother on yer, Tommy prove her continuous residence upon and
Barker, shtealin' caake like a thafe? cultivatin$- .id land. viz:
James Hl. i.. E: il T. Sclmidlt, t 1obert
Tommy-Honor, Bridget. Didn't Brown, Marti !)lavis. all of Parker, Fla;
you know there was honor among ALKEX. MYNCI. Register.
thie ves?
------ ^ATl L OIE K
1 IR78 educed to poundsrer month. Ne
Eondon h as about 178 rainy days sharrng.no tioen t.Woe, lo d results, no nauseo
r r. 8rcatmen ts"rfct yharmlCrB and irietily eonfi-
1' a year. u ion rkantl cook Ilr.e. Cailorw-riie.
y1e ir .TIr Rw cRnt-2 r .- u.f ... IW


metuI b appo illitlllent illt L pIVy, L arian-lll-
na or other points. Address
ROB'T BAKER, St. Anrde-is, Fla

Best and Cheapest
ROUTE
ToE. t Andrews Bay,
Via Wewalitchka and Farmdale.
PI' rti s f i' i St. Louis, Clice:-'o or
New Y ork reach E nfnla on the Ap-
alacioll; Iviver without clihan e of,
cars. 'Thie f:re from Efunl'aa to \ e\va-
.itc1ihk is about $3.50; ly nmil route
from \'e: jiitclika to LFaridale on
St. Andrews Hiyv. about 16 niles, tlie
fare is only l$1.50; at Farnid~le take
East hay mania boat fIor any pjlnt e n
the nBav.
BE SURE AND TAKE THIS
R C) TT T .


JNO. R. THOMPSOrl


Store.


WARE & CSO.,

D EAL ERS IN


DRY, GOODS,

GROCERIES
HARDWARE,
BUILDERS' SUPPLIES

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

AGENT FOR


Baltimore Twins ala Not Company,
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WAT CHMAK E R,

JEWELER AND OPTICIAN.
REPAIRS IN HIs LINE,
c.'arri tihe LarIte-t Stock of

Watches, Clocks, Jewery and Spectacles
Ever Brou-ht u,, St. Andrews. Also
SILVEWARE. Shell and Aligator Teeth Jewelry a specialty.
Office at (e.... lItusc.,ll'.S- m.ore, It. A ii.,'w .


E ual I
that IN1 NVENT
of the incompetencyor ..
patents. Too much cavelanfhose hai '
able solicitors to procure patents, ~'avng claims a
not entirely, upon the care and skill o.benefit of vagai st the govert
With the view of protecting inveutcts ltrney l e inenptiooe
and of seeing that inventions are well protect.-.' epyed to obtainhe
retained counsel expert in patent practice, anduthereto&g competent and eltl
.;- I ?iepen greatly, if
Obtain Patents in the United Statea~- ad etly, if
Countries, Conduct Interferences, ; -Si
Examinations, Prosecute Rejected Cases, itr
Trade-Marks and Copyrights, Render Opinion dai ,
to Scope and Validity of Patents, .Proseoute and
Defend Infringement Suits, Etc., Etc.
If you have an invention on hand send a sketch or photograph thereof, to-
gether with a brief description of the important features, and you will be at
once advised as to the best course to pursue. Models are seldom necessary. If
others are infringing-on your rights, or if you are charged with infringement by
others, submit the matter to us for a reliable OPINION before acting on the
matter.
THE PRESS CLAIfS COMPANY,
618 F STREET, NORTHWEST, WASHINGTON, D. C.
P.O. Box 385. JOHN WEDDERBURN, Managing Attorney.
J*This Company is managed by a combination of the largest and most influential news-
papers in the United States, for the express purpose of protecting their *ubscrtber-
against unscrupulous and incompetent Patent Agents, and each paper printing this adver*
tisement vouches for 1he responsibility and high standing of the Press Claims Company
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Washington Cf"nty Training

This institute located at St. An-
drews Bay, Fla. is a county public
school part of thJyear apd a private
school the remainder of the year.
It is established for the purpose of
giving instruction and training in the
primary and higher branches of study.
All legal resident pupils in the
county between' the ages of six and
twenty-one, e.. entitled to free
tuition during e public school term.
Students fron other counties and
states will be admitted at any time at
the following s or tuition per term
of ten weeks primary, $5.00; Ad-
vanced, $7. igh School and Col-
legiate, $10.
JoSEPfr C. LUrES, B. s.,
Prineipal.


Washington's Birthday.
The 22d of February was most
appropriately celebrated, in St. An-
drews by a grand masqurade ball at
Ware's Hall in the evening. The
hall had-been handsomely decorated
by Rod Wilcox and John Gwaltnev;
palmetto leaves and titi flowers inter-
spersed with miniature national flags
gave a most pleasing effect and the
crowd that congregated appreciated
the efforts which had accomplished
so much for their admiration.
Unfortinately a drizzling rain set
in early in the evening, and although
the hall was well filled the c'owd
would doubtless have been much
larger had. the weather been fair.
The makers were not so numer-
ous, but enough disguised themselves
to make the event an interesting one
and the dancing was enjoyed by all
who care to indulge in the pastime.
Prof. Van 13. Bailey Ireidled over
the viol;i and Miss Bekie Wil.-on
at the organ. as.,isted by Mrs. C'has.
st.
A nice supper was serve at the
msnlspon house for the insignificant
I twenty cen s, and, by the
v, the reasonable price at which
rvthing was placed se. ved t; keov
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VWest 3Flo-lorida,




Columbian College.
(NON-SECTARIAN CHRISTIAN.)

A Model Training Institution.
:F 0 TT7 NDr D N: OVT 22, 2 1 893 ,
On the beautiful St Andrews Ba), Washington County,
WEST FLORIDA.:
Though humble in origin, yet in the wake of the Great Discoverei, its
unyielding watchword will ever be-
"Sail on, Sail on, ON I 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 Education1,"
Students may enter at any time and choose studies in accord wi
natural and acquired ability. A professional course will
common school and college teachers.
One of the best features in the location
the evil influences incident to a me Iegate, $10"
Tuition per tIerm of tenih Clture

special llnBus 1aii 'I'l ereotdnC.
SStr Andrews Boy, Flo.
.: h nrSBPtnS 0, LIPES, B.SdPresident.




PEACH WOOCD



ESTA

We offer for this season's planting a large ani co:mplet assonment o
F L= T.r I T TI -EESL P
Apples, Pears, Peaches, Plums (both native and Japan), Apricots. Nectar-
ines, Quinces, Cherries, Figs, Japan Persimmons Mulberries, etc.
Pecans, Almonds, English Walnuts and Black Walnuts,
Grape 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 mailed free. Address GAINES, COLES & CO.
Peachwood Nurseries, State Line, Miss.
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County Supt. P. F. Fisher of Cal-
hulnn county viiiteil the Cloimauntoun
school on lF'iiay last. He was ac-
companied by Iis w ife and child andi
all erte gunemit, oft Cahlt. alln- M311 N.
WV. Pitts of Pittsburg \\hliic sjouiurn-
ing (n the bay.

Congressman Wilsoouro
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Thursday, Mar. 1, 1894.

ST. ANDREWS
PRICES CURRENT.
GROCERIES.
Augar, 1 &b Tea, fb
Granulated .. 614 HeNo....... 75
Coffee,A ..... 6 Gunpowder.. 80
Lt bro*n...,. 5 Uncol'd Jap.. 50
coffee, Cond milk, can
Green., 22Y2@25 Unsweetn'a. 10@15
Browned .25@30 Sweetened. .10@15
linger snaps.., 10 Baking powder
crackers soda.. 813 Royal........ 50
2obacco- plug 30a60 Campbell. ..15a25
laisins Canned fruit
London layers.. 15 Peaches.... 20a25
Valencia.'... 2. lL Tomatoes....10al,5
'") ..:........ 7 Apples........ 15
oal Oil pPears ......... 15
voalsOine.Pj p[ j Plums......... 20
......U"- Apricot. ....... 25
orida Syrup... -50 Gan,|wberries.. 20
moneyy .........1.00 Roast b.... 20
'i negar.... 40 Corned Beef 1.,_
hese pr b ... 16 Chipped Beef. 25
utter. ........ 30 Lobster .... 20
Lard ......... 8 Salmon ... ..20
Beans 20* f Salmon 0
means ...........6 Canned Vegetables
Cocoanut pkg... 10 Baked Beans.. 20
FiuitPnddine... 10 Corn.. ...
Jelly, glass.. 15a25 Peas ......... 1
Lime Juice .. 50 Pumpk~i;...... 15
Eggs per doz... .15
lour PROVISIONS.
Flour Pork
S0 N .. 2,8 M esspr .. 11
Favorite ... 5.75 Bacon Sides..... 9
"orn Meal pr bu 75 Fresh...... 8aO
Dat Meal pr l.. 54 .r'kfst Bacn 8al0 1
-,ornper bu. .....75 st o..
tatoes "'nvssed 14


U 1 "..... .. 25.
al --.. . Milk pr qt...... 10
Table ..... ...
.HARDWARE.
Nails, uer b. 4a4 Ax.withhandle. 1.00
Maliila rope1,al''5 iHoe eachb.. 35a50
Stoves cook,..$8a25 Copper paint, can 50
Pipe, joint.l8a20 Linseed oil,gal.. 80
DRY GOODS,
Prints, per yd.. 5a8 Ginghams ..... 8al0
Sheeting ... 7al0 Flannel.......25a50
Muslin....... 9all Thread per spool. 5
means ......25a200 Shoes, ladies.$1a2 75
Extra pants pat 2 25 Men's...$1 40a300
MISCELLANEOUS.
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
OYSTERS
tn shell prl,000 1.50 Opened pr qt .. 15e
LIVE STOCK.
Horses... $80al00 Cows..... $15a$25
Mules... $100a$155 Hogs.... ..... $4
)xen.. pr yoke $50 Sheep... ...... $2
POULTRY
hickenseach 15a25 Geese each. 45a50
'arkeys.... 75aI.00 Ducks....... 15a20
GAME.
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PAR KER.
Correspondence of the BuoY.
The Masonic order of Parker met
on Saturday the 17.h, last.
The private school of Parker, con-
ducted by Miss Lydia Day, opened
on Monday of this week for a three
months term.
Mrs. J. T. Pitts and two children
returned recently from their visit to
relatives in upper Florida and Ala-
bama, via the Lakes.
Mrs Harding and Peter Parker
have both been quite sick for several
deys but are improving.
Mrs. Chas. Brown and two children
went out on the Jessie P. en route
for Brimingham, Ala., where she
goes to join her husband.
John Parker treated our residents
to the chance of buying fresh beef one


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4v last week. M. Gud. rian is setting out about
the syn~ipJis ay one who deserves 600 fruit trees.
ity at laige--adhg whole commun- Mr. Caffen is making preparations
better world to o in the or setting out one hundred trees. ,-
is o cme-tlen s., Mrs. Lyle has just added to her al-
is orn mail carriers during such Il ready nice little orchard, several
spell of weather as the last two weeks rent varieties of fruit.
here a narrow stri Io es. Prof. Wears has just received a
There .is a naro strip ofandl be- lot of fancy fruit trees from South
tween J. T. Pitt's place and Lake Florida. 1
View, which he has cleaned off neat- F.l Woodford is adding about one-
ly, which gives him. 'a better; vew S 1n (lied trees to his orchard. -
he eastward gi him ad better; iew to M, I. Ross and wife of Kansas is
he eastrd and adds to t appear- here and likes it better than any v
SA.. -. .. . as,,a t


le w tI e po
t. ie returns
It was thought at-one time tr-T '. ;
little Lonnie Davis was slowly get- i ...'. have been foul homesteads
ting well, but now it is feared that aken in the last month within a
the disease has finally terminat- mile and a quarter of the postoffice,
amil there is niore to be had; just as
ed in dropsy. He is one ot their good ones tos been taken.
brightest children and a favorite of There is a good prslpect of a saw-
all. We sincerely hope he can get mill heiing built here in a short time
well. of 60,000 feet capacity. All we lack
here now is a big; hotel which wouldl
The Jessie P. came in cn Satur- hee i a big otel which woul
be filled with northern people in tihe
day, She met with rough weather winter and southern people in tihe
while out and, as Capt. Jack ex- summer. One acre of bay front land
pressed it she was "stove in tore and will be donated to any one that will
aft," but with the help of Wallace 1)"iil a liotel here.
InumKlHTmanu*arsem*` ?=*-'-X*-'r"" --"----"* -
Armstrong and Harry Sheppard they
DEITER SHOE CO., Ine'p. Capital, $1,000,000
repaired her during the week and slhe BEST 81.50 SHOE IN THE WORLD.
"A dollar saved is a dollar earned."
started out again on Saturday. ThisLadies' Solid French Dongola KidBut-
ton Boot delivered free anywhere In the U.S., on
Frank Boutelle has an eye to the s receipt of Cash, Money Order,
or Postal Note for $1.50.
future. This winter he has set out E als every way the boots
sold in all retail stores for
over 100 budded orange trees besides $2.60. We make this boot
ourselves, therefore we guar-
a lot of pear trees and other kinds of' antee theft, style and wear,
and if any one is not katisfled
fruit and about 125 grape vines of I we will refund the money
or send another pair. Opera
different varieties; but chiefly of the Toe or Common Sense,
So t widths C, D, E, & EE
famous white Niagara. In the ne;w sizes. 1tod 8 ou sal
future he will have one of tie clihic ewillti~you.
SIllustrated


officials from the present amount to
half and thus make it. possible for all
to participate in the general depres-
sion, from the governor to the door-
keeper; all members of. the legisla-
ture be paid three dollars a day for
the session and only the actual fare
paid going and coming, and all em-
ployed in any way in connection with
the state legislature, half the former
amount paid for such services.
And as the house only has the
right to deal with the finances of the
state it is determined to send there
some good men who will have patri-
otism enough to be satisfied with
reasonable pay until the state is solv-
ent. Let every county have a good
man ready on those lines and we
must succeed. MALACHY.

FARMDALE.
Correspondence of the Buoy.
Plenty of rain; well, I should say


1lo
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'ill


be
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iof the de-
ashingtln
"s certified
'he county
)g three


e~1iU u ,oi
e eIer.son
P y .greate.t
linm er of sample copies. \ BUOY
at five centgt -each, duri: ~ entire
year will be given the ecumu-
lated from this source. Y
This competition wi cited
perfectly fair and ,, 3.1 has
been purplI.selv so afra thR the
BUOY coulhi nit be d ;t
was that way inclinieit wia t ^".g-
ing disgrace upon itsi and nouln-
fairness will be toler d among the
competitors.
The rules of the word contest are:
No letter can be usedoft ener than it
occurs in the sentef~e; no foreign
word, no word incorrectly spelled or
so poorly written a~ t to be reada-
ble by the cr:iiiin itte ill be cou.) nte I.
The coulndili'-ns geriiing tile coim-
petition are that eaic word list and
guess, or either, 'nm-nt be made oilt
with and attached to the Coii.,1un
herewith printed andl sent with tive
cents for thie purchase of one .anpille
Coupon copty.
How to eiiter-(Get a slip of pal"pr;
writeyour nanI'ait posttfice adirt,-.s
in the blank 1ilpared fur the sanie;
write your guea in the blank left i.-r


-venison pr t 7Iai I -Cat that purples d'll li
FISH. est variety fruit tracts that can be ats.that purpose and -follow wiith, oua lu,-t
Presh Salt found on the bay. FREE. A pe may gue.
Millet pr doz 25c Mullet pr bbl 5.00 N 43 FEDERAL S
-Trout......... 5 Trout........ 4.50 lesslrs. W. I. Parker, Chas. Par DEXTER SHOE CO, FEDERAL STS. e lay times ornike a maor lithan as
-,RE.BOSTON, PIAIR, he pIea-es; bot no inure, than ,,me
Pompanopr 1.. 6 Pompano. .. 10.00 Eker,. v.,XTERSHeale terms to PaleArs, llae bit o e tht "l
Sturgeon...... 10 Mackeral.... 8.00 ker, John R. Dove, S.T. Walklev, ges an one list r either the o
SLUMBER. jr., Dell Percival and Oran Harding the other can b inade-l wih the hsame
Flooring, Ceiling. S1 a wt th -3,W
Heart, ^ m...$16.00 Heart, m. ..$16.00 started last Monday morning foEr We-
Face "... 1400 Face .. 14.00 tappo Creek and returned on the fol-
Sap .' 12,00 Sap ... 12.00 h
Drop siding, Clapboards, lowing Saturday, about the worst
Heart face Wm 15.00 lx6 in. Vm. ..$12.00 disgusted ci-owd Mrst JVat
Sait 12.00 Finishing lum- you ever met with. Wilson, Proprietress, po
Bufflumber.. 8@12 ber, d. $12@5.00 The steady, cold, drizzling rain the ------
Heartshingles, 2.50 Lath, ^m.... 2.00 entire week was so delightful for Hheonly Htel, especially fitted up
Sap 1.50 Boat lumber, fo rieol as uch in town.
dressed....20a30 camping out that it accounted for as such in town.
.. their cheerful spirits. nTRALL LOCA TED. Sen
o S a S O r We we-re glad to see "Mealachy," C ,s to and in plain view of the Bay
Geo. S. Hacker & Son, of Chipley, again last week; no one
| is missed from the Buor so much as p r c e s M o d e r ate State..
leI he w n absent for awhile. FRANCIs. An every attnetion paid to comfort The Deli
ARLESTON S. C ii of guests, inon cot
Tried and True is the verdict of the
MANUFACTURERS people who take Hood's Sarsaparilla. The ...._...
good effects of thWords eonst
good effects of this medicinrw are soon felt St. Andre
in nerve strength restored, appetite cre-
ated and health given.e Dues eh
r Hoolld's Pills do not weaker, but aid di- a
Htonod'Plls don i -trte aids ,o
gestion and tone the stomach. Try them. r ears ago had
I (,mn1VEwhat the number
CHIPLEY. one knows.
iCorrespondence of the Bo.Arust "hat e very mo re t han tysu
Correspondence ofthe Buoy. sowers eeds. The mel-- If more tian iia:

The last t e da its of Ferry's Seeds tile same nil lber o
The last three days were gloomy; form the foundation up-
rain and widon which has been built the than one guess per,'
iraii and wvind increased the consump- ] rrgest seed businessin the world. se e fir
tin of f the supprry's Seed Annual for 1894 sent in, the p firie tn
tion of fuel an cut offthe supply; the contains the sum and substanceof the preset.
the latest farming knowledge. Free
Ssun went on a strike fortwo days, forthetaking. 'The oily reserve
and of course nights; our- only o D.M. FERRY & CO., makes is, that,n no i
ol l- aside for snbscriptions
solution was the knowledge ofa uni- o ide for bscriptio
A N D versal blizzard playing leap frog over Each Coupo rei
AND -- RB i- ipy sold will
-1 8 a t e rs a e o f 5 1 1 0 W h i_ _ __ov e ra c h C o u p o n r e i
om din S atrial tile gr eat wall of snow reaching I' R'S ,,, al Latilll Ne -lw pb l
-V.4 Saltl Lake to Ne Yorke pr. -a e f

i y E UActing o0 1hese tw" Xolt, lada- ,,-. ,i it adetisi
0- tl0r1, ic mt O
S-. .eiltY, ,I [~r ...cUX'elet'lb

ma k e a .d.. oft ae f "o t,. .. "W" akIPurecu r-'hC -
decided to make a departure from tI II We. e.,,'"''-i.h C.llL .r, ..o 1 award the
used tp and overtworked plan of se- TIL -N- er pe of-.a "'
Scov entBREAKFAST --S PPE R; e e heinever tell ditor ,,'saccum-
GBAU ru C0Fr0 c tiove known a For Wh eever
G AEFUL-COMORTING. leationo als ot ei- "c---eoetfdnl-ated to tie fullte i)osite

PPS i some tiue past the men selected and lir r i ankat Peii s A onticiiist
hmenur- were C som th il( T bank ate sr ,n-oti- em ,
SPE .I force elected t our tae ,- Say of .January, 189, ncks will be
ET P fope ,reletet toouIste GR TEFUL-COMFORTING draw i favor of the icessful coln-
BRE h knowlT--SUPPER.e o ture \ee ~ot oib to e petitors, making it amo fme
Bly a torobgh knowledge of thtion tel net in Tallahassee ift to patrons cf the TOlte
ral laws which govern i e Iy atl knew o; the heavy debt f only one Coupon :is sent ein tle
digestion af tht fio n ainst tihe state; knew of the finai- BOILING WATER OR MILK. events will he gvei there e no
o plicationo mor fine tha i fifty subscribe r eno
selected Cocoan cial depression which was seeing n than ty s i; ers. If, how-
o rs v bythe judi- ever, the subscription I sslled
our b )ci. of iet that a over the country; knew that the Miss aria PARLOA'S to 10,000. as we hle t is se e
Sen gr, tdn I uit y prices of the staple agricultural prod- w ill be, the presents an expect it
ItoglCOt .,-e Sit ery a te ld ncm to1 ClO BOOK t lRtl$lOo alnd$0 B2l mout it to
en Hundreds ot subtle ladies cts of the farm were going down anld C00 and 300; an it ample
.ref a rou"0 'is r-ady to at 1t,000 aamcle
whearever there n rea in. e my yet their first act was to declare containing 100 recipes which she has colies at sold tha
escgee many a fatal shaft by keeping ourn themselves worth six dollars a day lately written for the Liebig Company amou annt to $100, an either present t
selves well fortified with pure blood and a will make a new yeato be
properly ouri'shed franie."-Civil Service A cShange must be made and that be- SENT FREE sneered at. s gift not to be
Gazetter. 'ade.slnply with boiling water fore tile professional office-seeker gets I Theonl y a anyope t e ps t
or milk. Sold oinly in half-pound tins, 'by' ii UOY can pos-
Grocers, labeled thus: his hands upon the people by the 'ark P'lace, New Yorkl. Drop a post- by this
l'a 'k e ela ce N e 'w.Yo r -k .aro p a p o
JAMES EPPS & CO., Ltd., Homex~- conventionl trick. al for it and always buy cmnlietition is the i crease in price
nathic Dhemiusts, Loiwd n, England, which its advertising ace ilc
nt.lru ...*_.... .......l..d XWe want a reduction of taxes, a re- Ih OM Nwich its ad tisi will comu-
Scfl ductioll of thile state debt, and a re- LIEBIG COMPANY'S an with a lage c latiol
WOMANSWORK "" No great spread ofr
"l v' ""iom. it advertising will
X AoC. address "Dr. LARCHIS oo., Utt1 a IuI. P.)'l.tO.l of Vices cui.Ps be undertaken, but it .
fallen, values have fallen ad w, Ftract Of Beef. cvey competitor w i' expected that
ANCER m have tallen all over the uni,)n. A Mi jo) will act as an s in a Con-
Diseases CURED without these of crease te sbsbrip get to help in-
QuestionBlankandBook free. Cal lions Of iell ald (i Olen have to ie- i, fo e te subsbip
or write D eH B. BUTTS, obioniS reason that ion list, for tie
hMU ~ S, 8OUIS, =o.l diqce the aniount of food givcn to it nr ases team very addition to
their children; then let us have state LADIES' FAVORITE. Cut out the Cot nt othepreient.
PL eured in one PAINL treatment.sed it
without knie. No loss o time economy as we as meti ecoo LWAYS RELIABLn and perfectly SAFE. Thesama with five cent an8a so aid send g it
L ot b o l U O well domestic noused by thousands of wmen ai lover the UnitedStates, list and gess;
from bune.Fistula, Uore. -In tne OLD DOCTOR'S privatemail practice, for 38 years, tie sooner tie bt
on Bn also endaook Callor wi. Now, how to do it is nIext ill order. an-i"eota -inglebadresult.t for, remember,
ionB ln and Book free. Cail or writT Money re urned if not as represented. Bend 4 cents ill the event of a ti for, rem
sPI U SDtreet. Bo BUTTS, ,Let us reduce the salaries of all paid mD l fSTIlaT, s.r 8t.Loulso, ceived gets the resst one re-
R H.BBet T.SLo auARD INSTTUTE, 120 N. 9tUSto eS. Lou t ceived gets thse


Three Cash Presents

For Patrons of te Buoy.
NO LOTTERY I NO DRAWING !
But Rewards for seholarFly Re-
search, Intelligent Foresignt
and Business Enterprise.
On the First day of January, 1894,
the BUOY opened up a new set of
subscription books, whe ein will be
recorded the name and a Idress of ev-
ery person who pays a sn scription in
advance foi the BUOY, nd -also the
name and address of ever person who
buys and pays for a sampi copy of the
paper during the entire y ar.
From the amounts a paid, ten
cents will be set aside fr mn each one
dollar of subscription, and pne cent out
of the five for eaeh sample copy sold.
And the sums thus accu: ulated will
on the first day of Janua' y, 1895 be
presented to patrons of tn BUOY in
the following manner:
To the person who shall construct
the greatest number of ~ rds from
the letters contained in td elseutence,
St. Andrews Bay,] rida,
will be given seven-tenthgi the sum
accumulated from scri ions,,and
to the person closest
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The.'-.t' D
A Todrt. hi. World In
Verne.
A Nvmesi. By iMcLaren Cobban.
Allai, Q'uaTermain. By H. Rider Hagg,
TheScart etLeter. By Nathbarel Hawthorne.

The f3uggies ar)d Carts sbowvm below
are the Cbeapest aari Btst for
the nooey ever offr4red.
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.

No. 11A.
THE VILLA
OR

PMI-ftJTON GfFT






Seats two passenc crs: wheels, 4 feet; oil tom-
ered springs; CR I:'e!: tire; 1 inch double col-
lar steel axle. Veig t, lbs.; shipping
weight, 175 lbs.
The Villa Cart is a very useful vehicle for
either town or cmintriy, and will give perfect
satisfaction. V'. ooeor this FaEE, railroad
freight paid, for 60 new pnid-up yearly sub-
scriptions; or for 30 new paid-up yearly sub-
scriptions and $13.00 in cash; or It will be sold
to a subscriber for $19.00 cash, railroad freight
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HorticulturaR a n Im rovemnt


S:Association.
A.^-



ORGANIZED JANUARY. 9, 1892.


The 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,
t.- end that in the shortest practicable time every such tract shall be a
Source of Revenue to its Owner.
AS TO RELMI-YQrp QF 'FTHE AssOCIATION.
The first question which will natural %ad. *-Is ti-
ciation reliable"? And the answer to it is: Any person emplo,:yiun
to make improvements may deposit an approximate payment of the etimit ir d cost p
the same with any responsible business man or firm doing business >., thi. Bay or in
Bank at their own home to be paid over only when the Associatioin siall .satisfacto-
rily show that the improvements have been made according to agrcemi.'nt.
The Association will not only improve and plant, but watch and care for
all property entrusted to its keeping, guarding against forest fires, dL. Ii.uest piii'-rcrs
or damages from any cause possible to be prevented.
From a careful estimate of the probable expense and inco:ue of a fi it
plantation in the St. Andrews Bay country a few figures are given:
Price of ana per acre, say $25 to $50; cost of clearing, say $20; *,ot o iplaniting I t
year, say $30; cost of cultivation each year thereafter, $20
It is not extravagant to estimate that a 1-acre vineyard will iiin tih- thlir
year, if properly cultivated, yield $200 worth of fruit, and of peach..s -..a rly 1'." i1ite
the same, while figs should do even better than that. Then, thongh perhaps a little
longer, some of them, in coming into profitable bearing may be named pears, apricots,
nectarines, plums, prunes, mulberries, olives, Japan persimmons almonds English
walnuts, Japan chestnuts, pecans, and .many 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.
The Secretary of the Assodiation will give particular attention to an-
swering letters of inquiry, and the Buoy will in its answers to correspondents an-
swer all questions asked it.
R E M E M B E R, the Association Lands will be sold on Easy
Terms of Payment; but improvements must be paid for as satisfactory proof is given
that the work has been performed. CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITE D.
Address R. E. HOWARD, Sec.
Harrison, Fla.


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KELLAM & MOORE'S Celebrated Perfected Crystal Lens


=SPoECTDTAOLS A2-sNTD E,-YE-C-LAESSES
The -regular price of these glasses is $2.50 per pair. One pair will'be given free
forlsix paid up yearly subscriptions and we will fit yonr eves. Or either eyeglasses
Ot spectacles will be furnished to sulscrilers for $1.90. Cut the smallest line or
sentence you can read handily with the naked eye at 14 to 16 inches from the eye and
end to us and we will fit you. These glasses will not tire, but rest the eves.
ittE rA3- DXTEBERf
s olid 10o- world. Ithas
aras go I d a full ]-Iewol
lled ase and Latie' n-r ld Ha p
guaranteed totoon nove- r-r and Ha-de
wearforyears, meat,wA i
Sanyo t eqra eoveeanda. Given away to Our Readers.
value In the
I ANY ONE CAN GET A


We will give this Watch FREE,
dllvere4d to any address, for 35 new piid-up
yearly subscriptions; or for 14 new paid-up
yearly subscriptions and $7.00 in cash added;
Orit will be sold t,. a .,iil ,:ci ,r f. r l: .uJ In
eash.delivered to any ad,.lres in all ca es.
LXDIES' WATCHES.
Under the bead of Ledle;' 1\'at,';ej e have
Two Splendid Crf-.rs
The most fat-tli.iri i,' p ., i., J with
the beautiful V-tcil,.,, e.v ... ',,, v.
THe LADIEO' C( ]d:'i,- N
ha celebrated lt.. Th
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n remouen t !T, yi~r -,,-... !'
I -karat gold .I .-
lled case and 1 1
warranted .- I
wear for so0 1.. ... t5


~4i~i :ij


Thi-. Watic i-IAs-I lu p. to 'Ui wch
the market.
kW~te will give tv. 10 RiE
I. ,:. i aI..il or frn p lci aidi-
lellv:ud ',ioas anA lr.:; ~l r I~ P(W,
E dh a I V I D U
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=nd Spoon GiGo Li;ed. C.:.),;t,, i; u sti.-Li
ed asa. Maliesa beautiful pi.-.'uit.
We v'ill gve tli s et i' ,
delivered to any address, for 4 neow paid.-Up
yearly subscrip:i;ins; o r wi!l Fell it L a
subscriber, delivery prepaid, lor 1.50.
If you are inclined to earn any of the
premiums we offer, write, wilh st ~iip for
reply, for "pointers," which will mnlke
your canvass a comparatively easy one,


GOLD WATCH iFRE -- g
READ OUR OFFERS.
The Dueber and Hlampden Watches offered
below are standard goods, and give the utmost
Satisfaction and comfort to their owners. We
have therefore no hesitation, but take pride in
being able to offer such high class goods to our
subscribers and readers.
These Watches will equal in appearance and
wear as well as any $50.00 watch in the market.
OTTR DU-EBER N1TO. 1
Iswarrant- all other
ed by cer- improve-
tiflcate. It ments.
has a 10- Our Due-
karat solid ber watch
gold filled is made in
case, stem eitheropen
winding face or
and set- hunting
tlng, 7 J.pw- case; pur-
elie move- cha.er can
ment and choose.


-\ We will send this Watch FREE,
chari,"a preusau, -u on6 -diuk 44 new
prepaid yearly subscriptions to this paper; or
or 15 new prepaid yearly subscriptions and
S 8.00 in cash added; or a subscriber can buy it.
delivered to his address, for $12.50 cash.
The cases are all beautifully engraved.
NO-. -WA-ATC II
on has solid 10- chaser's op-
karat gold / tion;, stem
filled case, wind and
with 9-jew- set and all
-ip eled Hamip- latest im-
-ip den move- '. provements.
; menti case L Warranted
hl either open V.- to wear for
face or hunt- years.
ing, at pur-


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SEWING_-MACHINE


READ BELOW HOW
TO OBTAIN ONE OF F
THESE ELEGANT rP
SEWING rlACHINES 1

This SEWINQ MACHINE is undoubtedly
the equal of any $50.00 machine on the mar-
ket. It is offered fully guaranteed ex-
actly as represented, and with the assurance
that it will more than equal the expectations
of all who receive one.


~M-
This Sewing Machine has a tight and loose
wheel, self threadingshuttle, automatic bobbin
winder, side drawer, center drawer and drop
leaf. The woodwork is of the finest ftnih, In
antique oak or walnut, as desired.
The needle Is straight, and self setting and of
great strength. The pressure on the sewing
foot is adjustable: when the foot is raised the
tension on the thread is released, and the work
can be removed without bending or breaking
the needle.
IMPROVEMENTS.
Arm one inch higher than Low Arm Machines
Self-setting Needle. S4lf-threading Shuttle.
Automatic B..hllin Winder. Automatic Ten-


sion Release.


Bed-plate Countersaunk in


Table, etc.
We claim for this machine all the good points
found in other machines. All old, wornout
ideas have been discarded, and it has been so
improved and simpltied that today it stands
at the head of the list of high grade machines.
The cut abore shows how the machine looks.
It is in thousands of homes throughout the
United States.
Our Machine is specially adapted to the
wants of
TAILOR,
DRESS11AKERS
S and
.EAIfSTRESSES.
"-,OuTrnatrnctlon h"lj profia.-,ly illast r.ted,
showing how- i, ao all knds of fancy work with
our attachment.
Each machine is furnished with the follow-
Ingfull set uf best steel attachments in a plush
lined case: Six bobbins, 12 needles, oil can
(filled), wrench, guide and guide screw, foot
hemmer, felr rer. tucker, binder, set of 4
hemmers and instruction book.


WARRANTY.
We not only lay claim to the BEST
SEWING MACHINE in the world, but
substantiate our claim bS giving a
guarantee with each Sewing Machine,
agreeing to duplicate any part that
proves defective In FIVE YEARS, free
of charge (Shuttles and Needles ex-
cepted), thereby proving conclusively
our confidence in our own Sewing
Machine.

WE WILL GIVE THIS
SEWING MACHINE FREE
and Full Set of Attachmentscomplete, freight
paid to any railroad depot east of the Rocky
Mountains. to any one sending us 60 new paid-
up yearly subscriptions to this paper; or for 20
new paid-up yearly subscriptions and $13.00 in
cash added: or we will sell it complete to a
subscriber for $10.0) in cash, which is less than
half its retail price--railroad freight paid
besides.
Sewing Machine Agents sell this Machine
for $55.00 and $65.00.

TESTIMONIALS.
We add In conclusion a few testimonials to
the manufacturers from parties who have
bought the Premium High Arm Sewing Ma-
chine:
MR. H. T. PARISR of Coody's Bluff. Ind. T.
writes: "W\e are using one of your High Ar
Sewing Machinet, and have lei, for ,ov rt
years, and are pleased to say it ik
you recommend it to be. We'
chine in June, 18."., I .


pnb.1r .tes
rxkiV,;mlh' i emnd am well
oiPor buau-, 6 th ad simplicity
of work it is unexcelej.
MR. H. 11. LTTT.RBACK of Florida, Mo..
writes: ""W. bou(ht a Hi{.-h Arm Sewing Ma-
china from yiui in Maichb. le'_, and are well
pleased wi it in every respect."
READ CUR OFFERS BELOW.

WE PAY THE FREIGHT.


No. 1 BUGGY


Regular Track, 4 feet 8 inches.


Furnished complete with the following:
TOP-Full rubber, 3-bows, full lined.
TRIMMIINGS-Green cloth, with wing biscuit
cushion.
S-SIDE CURTAINS-Rubber, with green back.
PIANO BODY -25 x 50 inches.
'- I N SPRINGS-Tempered and warranted.
AXLES fifteen-sixteenths, steel, fan-tail and
swedged.
WHEELS-Sarven's patent, with % tire.
SPAINTING-Body, black; g;c:ring, Brewster
green, striped with fine single line.
SHAFTS-Well iron, leathered and tipped.
Furnished with Boot, Toe-pads, Carpet and
Wrench.
We will give this Buggy, freight paid to
We will give this REE tor 48 new nearest railroad depot, to any one sending
Watch, delivered FREE7 pall-upyear us 40 new paid-up yearly subscriptions and
ly subscriptions: or for 15 new pa d-up yearly $38.00 in cash; or for 30 new paid-up yearly sub-
subscriptions and $9.00 in cash added; or we scriptions and $45.00 in cash; or we will sell it
will sell it to a subscriber for $11.0) cash, de- outright to a subscriber only for $69.00
livery paid. cash, railroad freight paid.
S This Buggy will easily retail for $100 and will
See Other Premiums on 3d Page give perfect satisfaction.


I


How to Rea| St. Andrews.
The season is w upon us when it
is reasonable to oppose that a good
many people are booking towards St.
Andrews as'a place of winter resort,
and a few words about the routes
over which the place may be reached
will be found serviceable to -those
wishing to visit us who have never
made the trip. Of the various routes
there is little if any difference in the
matter of ex ase. Coming via
Pensacola the comfortable schooners
Jessie P. and ettie make regular
trips, every lposible attention is giv-
en to the cotifiht of passengers, and
with favorable winds the trip from
Pensacola is nade in from twelve to
eighteen hoe cr, take the P. & A.


railroad at ,
you may sti
distance fro


tacola or wherever else
it, for Chipley; the
here to.St. Andrews


overland wit very goo
mils; the ir is made
and the price ar I w
onabla )1a
,.,. write bei
r.r St. Ar.d,
is to be fon',:n
date for him
JU iondale,
on the P.-
north to A
ilbr.Ige, G tlAe A
railroad, t. We,
teamai boa cheaper
culul Iro 'utgonler

Iby siea e 'ew
a hack E ndil t(
sixteen VtYeti
iv s ~i ith
rirI a \n ika f
at 1tli te rea rate
nectijo may i le
Bay mail sail r
trips ul) and tl
tihe ,passage f e
Day to St. A
in a few hours,
ride over one of
water in the worq '
routtef t N:ty alsU be i
by taking the P. &
tion, thence to (Gord
andil \etappo. If
route be taken, dai
ahead with parties
to be in readiness at
LADI
Needif a tonic, or children wi
ing up, should take
BROWN'SIRON BMP
It is pleasant; cures Malari*
Blllousnes,. Liver Complaints a



PREMi1
PRII

W\'it1 the
tir-pnn.*its p tnig in
DBOY filid.I it impurmiibl
tli;.i a fI\e uf it, fine
encli week; ItI t below
F ol.i- ... '' tile ntnrms
,miust of tiem wv.il
patrins. The Iniilt e
eal.h Ireniumi i 6 hnv

year. The igurs It


la'ag9ialhl are the, J
articles will lie fnr
er- ol' thie Iuv.. fo
For I siul.sci il.,er.
I.nUmid Iook.
Fir 5 cash suls1
ai prenmiuim, I Si:
ci untlry, i:r 1 MIapM
dre-ws. Either :a.
Flr l:j subicribe



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hir,
"eii
:I^BB, O" "'1

ailS. d

hug,' t L' on all


5 subscribers


j illl

ball-I


od road, is 52
in one day,
'ill be as reas-
will warrant;


la
vahii J
routero
3' to Eufala,
1 railroad and
i'elika, wh-ere
no convey youI
apjpo, or y.ou
the mail car-
or Farindale,
'.Q; here Cii--
with the Ea.st
making daily
lie Bay; and
head of the
will be In'.le
a delightful
est bodies i ;t
hall ciost; tlhiN
ailvantage .:,i
' River Jnne-
frew ahitcli h ka

ay be dxet.l
for hack
time.

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A MAP

Of the City of St. Anlrvows,


Gotten up with great care by the
publisher, who has spared no pains
to prepare for the public a map of
St. Andrews as it really is. It shows
about
EOUR MILES OF COAST LINE,
'Fxtending eastward from Dyer's
tPoint, taking in the (l11 Town .it. -'"
St. An!;c.i .vs, na. gives I,:.ca:iiin .
.p.lie1Hc business lsces, private rei-
dences, i .clk -., tttc., alo ev,.ry lt in
ea.Z h bl,.ck %.n.- the aljoining aldi-
tion to the Cincinnati (.iiaiy'
with a full description o< the

e 'MapI will show owners o.f" .' .,t


o i tl inl g l propl rtyv.
Siz of a Mai 30x5,;) lincLcs.
The BUOY w ill seni this map to any
addres- :,on the receipt of
ONE DOLLAR


Or \ t iti s a premiui-m
cach s i lt i-I.i I


for 5 yearly


A SECTIONAL MAP


Of St. Anllrews
and the
Bay Country.

We have male arrangements by
which wei can I';trlish ihis fine MAP
cn: '. in al..ut .il lt .n u miles square
:.f tellit ry, i nl. glii g the Cincinnati
i'i.imal.iay'" TrIact, a so Harrison,
Parker, C.m'antiitn, and adjacent
Cull L t I'.y, i'.'l'
ONE DOLLAR.
Or giviie for 5 each y Virly subscriptions.
By the aid of this mnp, the location of
lands pturcLbaed of the Cincinnati
Company can ie easily ascertained,
or, parties may send utt $1 and their
description andl we will locate their
lots and retain the Map by mail.
Addhre-s rTHE tuoY,
St. AidNrews, Fla.

A. EMM N S.
I,,rE F- l if" p~ td -


.rya-I -- -. ,
the A- M E I T -
lom t thorized Agent for the following Pubi-
cations:
vler8ul San Franc;co E:n,:iii-r: er Year
I a I1. .. 00



crie or New York Herald: 00
for er N .
Daily ar. d S i ,,ulav t . ........
' for yearly D.i: t- ithi.iut u l ........
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i 11 u . . . . . . 8 50
abich the Netb York W, Id: 00
D.:Li 00


,Ouod: l cloth

u will itn as
Vap ot hle Bay
S City of St. A -

U. S. Cook '.,J\S

gmT- salt anid pepper
I.50.
r porfec'd' E d rvt-'tal
t g; Ces. $;. (,
v,\i.J high arm pre
ie, i'reiglit prepaid
the Ricky lMonnt-
(19.
r .
*n ca-h, No. 1l
r'-hiciIt- preai d.


p I a-rt.

uariing road cii t.
ss .


2 su scemi ington lrceeh-load-
iig r riei'. I Remington revolver
1 set National rou'tLfnir
'- su, ,ir Iiption $2.50
eL1 "ini 1 Columbus souvenir
1 Ml rinti 44'.
spoton i ent's Deuber gold-
I.I >il.ceriTption $12 50.
hiid wath 1 gent's gold-filled, No.
4- ii .s: rii.tions $14.
2 "atch. ladies' Champion gold-
.S* :!il -'-li .r -IQ, $17.50.
3flled \ 1tc .j,', )ueber gold-filled
:35 i. her., $13.
watch.
From t. cry generous offers, it
om lte in e er red that the Buoy is
must not be in he mercantile trade;
in any sense in
it has imP made arrangements
withas exteinl etablislments by
which it c.nl' rish to its patrons
tIe ar.tice I lied, which are first-
class in r ever a particular, and give
class i evey .,f greatly reduced
them the iin-ii i
p ices, without expense to the patron.
We do not keep the articles on hand;
they are nl.i~ otrielered from the
wholesale e.tai at whole-
sale prices, or I1S'


BCURED!
__e In treating all varl--
2s Years'*xperixg us to guarantee a
ties of Rupture enaotion Blank and Boo
positive cure. Quc
free. Call or write.
VOLTA-MEDT APPLL E CO.
J ST. LO UIS, MO;

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Cincinnati Enquirer:
Daily and Sunday............... $14 00
Daily except Sunday............ 1' (ib0
Weekly ........................1 00
Louisville Courier-Journal:
Daily and Sunday ..... ........ $8 00
Daily except -unday........... 6 00
Sunday edition ................ 2 00
W eekly........................ 1 01O
Century Magazine, monthly....... 4 1>0
St. Nicholas, monthly, for the young
people........................ 3 00
Brooklyn Citizen:
Daily and Sunday.............. $ 7 00
Daily except Sunday............ 6 00
Sunday edition only............ 1 50
Florida Citizen:
Daily edition one year.......... $8 00
Six montths..................... 4 00
Three months. ................. 2 00
One month .......... ... ..... 67
Weekly edition edition per year.. 1 00
Providlcn ce ,Jourinai:
Daily o ly ............ ...... .... $6 00
Sunday ........... ........... 2 0
iManiu taturcers' Journal, Mlondays
and Thursdays................. 2 00
Rhode Island Country Journal Fri-
days only ..................... 1 00
Evening Journal................ 6 00
Subscriptions Solicited.

F|A package of our trest-
vim Enentfor weaklruess and
S and lost vitality sent tree for 12 cents
postage.
OR. WARD INSTUTUTE, 120I. hSt. T.LOUI,10.


Business


> Locati





Location?


IF SO,
Secure une or More Good Residence or Business

Lo t w


Or a Five-Acre Fruit Tract


IN PARK


to furnish


Being a PRACTICAL SURI VTS
SAND CHART

Se Shortest Possible Notice
ISMENT AND PAYMENT OF TAXES
W\il be Given Prorllt Personal Attention.


CALL ON
W. H.


Parker,
Real Estate Deater.
Parker, Fa


W WILLETTS L



WEST END, ST. ANDREWS, FLORIDA


PART


PARTIES W HO


M B E TR


FIND IT TO


Their Aflvatalo to Get Prices Bofore7"Orderin Els hier
O -E FICE A-T THIIE :I IL L-_.
LEE.WILLETT, Proprietor.



FALL IN LINE WITH THE GRAND RUSH

TO THE




PEOPLE'S STORE.
Pittsburs, FLA.


W.i PITTS, PROPRIETOR.

I wish to inform the citizeris of Washington and Calhoun counties that
I have opened up a large and varied ;tock of

GENERAL MERCHANDISE,
In the Store at Pittsburg, formerly occupied by N. W. PITTS & SON,
which I propose to sell at the LOWEST LIVING MARGIN OF PROb FT.
Recognizing the truth of P. T. Barnum's trite saying that "You can fool
all of the people some of the time, and some of the people all of the time
But You Can't Fool All of the People All of the Time,"
I propose to show you that you need not be fooled at all in purchasing
your Dry Goods, Groceries, Provisions, or Boat or Farm Suppplies.
My expenses are very light; my buildings were all built with a view to
convenience,, comfort and the economical handling of an extensive


aelneral erchanlise and FISH BUSINESS,
I have no profit-consuming rents to pay, and I propose to give my patron
the full benefit of all these advantages over my less fortunate competitors.

Healquarters on East Bay for Schooncr Nettle.
Fine Water-Front and Other Landslfor Sale!
Title only one remove from the United States Government:and of course
PERFECT.
P'ittsburg, Fla.


Artificial Stone.
Scientific American.
Thirty parts of tin are dissolved
t40 parts of mnuriatic acid and 30
l ,oI sal aiati:oniaic are ail-le1L \
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^, ,.., --.-- -m iT .-r (ini l->, Iom llh lfu
gles 15 l1' 4ts, tpowdeied marble 10
parts and .,alcined magnesia 5 parts
is prepared and made into a paste
with the liquid above mentioned.
Coloriig matter may be added. The
composition may be used as a damp-
fcoating for walls or for repair-
ing r .oun .- fr mouinmulding stat-
ues or 4rii mfnllUfntL.


--- -- 4k,
Blind Drlink.
Judge.
Justice (to diminutive pIri-,'n'lr)-
There is no use your demnin, that
you assaulted the poli;einaii an:iii.l thlit
you were drunk.
Diminutive Prisoiner ( iplinting t,
gigantic polieeman)-Is that the
cop I struck, your honor?
Justice-Yes.
Diminutive Prisoner-Then I
must have been blind drunk.

Too Much.


Judge.
Rambling Willie-I'd never
believed dat of ole Swipsey.
died las' week wid water ton


have
IHe
the


brain.
Stale Muffins-An' to t'ink dat
we once recognized dat feller as a
fren"! It's too much, Wille.

The kin, of Bavaria has a salary
of $1,412,000 pounds a year.


FOUND!
IN ST. ANDREWS,
Men who wear


Of all t. kei :
Have them IADE


y mesmimmi,-


Laundried in the best style,
and Warranted TOgive satisfaction.

When you ORDER remember

V. D. CREENE
is the manufacturer.

r. tush's Belts & Rppliances
An elecTro-lal ano battery m.*
boliedlnto medicatle
Belt, Sumpenmorie, Sp .
lpPit--pesanoe, Abdom-
ir.DPOprteTS, Vet.,
Cares Rhennim a.o 009%
Complaints, Dynpeplat
Lost Manhoold, NervonmInes, .
mess, aud allTrouhblP ii i's orr
Question Blank anid Jook free. C
write.
Volta-Medica Appliance 'o..
22a Pine Street,. ,s. LOUIS, "MO,
The Old Reliable


Established 38years. reatsGlortema
married or single, In cases of exposure
abuses, excesses or improprietie. SKLL
GUARANTEED. Board and apartments
furnished when desired. Queston lB
and s3o'r fr,. Call or- wrlte
DR. 3DODDI>eBX) CVo e'S
OLIC IN HORSES.
GUARANTEED.
Every owner of a hoe should ks
It on hand. It may av e the lif otf
valuable animal. One packagewill
cure eight to ten easeL Price 01.0.
Sent by mail o express. Our Ac-
count Bo.,k. w iell conratw 3atato
.stable k".p .r-, mn ll d free
H E.,JAMI N Co.. 8.!PineSt.
ST. Lowis. Mp.

WANTED.
E 1 Wlf^V AIYLADY.,employod orn'empiloytc
WAc y fW caa mi3. thiB for a few hours wvor
bisnchday. Salaryor cirn. 810 oampleaBtsM.
Ai. 3. arSJrTS & CO., S23 PIS2 Ct., 8T. 1018i, 8.


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OF ALL GRADES.

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