Title: St. Andrews buoy
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Title: St. Andrews buoy
Uniform Title: St. Andrews buoy
Alternate Title: Saint Andrews buoy
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Emmons & Lynch
Place of Publication: St. Andrews Fla
Publication Date: December 20, 1894
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Saint Andrews (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Washington County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Washington -- Saint Andrews
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General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 27 (Sept. 28, 1893).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00073857
Volume ID: VID00012
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ST. ANDREWS BAY,

Wirst, Last, and all the

.Time!


VOL. IV.


ST. ANDREWS7


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.* OFFICIAL DIRECTORY, PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY cor.lin, to
.. -One Dollar a Year in Advance. banks so de
UNITED STATES.
reloremptin i
eu tor Hon. am'l Pasco, Monticello; WIL A
S. kilinson Call, Jacksonviile. WILLIAM A. EMMONS How n,,,,,
Rc.Prcsen~i v.-l-stf District, R. Mal-. Proprietor. banks in ill
I're. l'.,-aic, ..ia; 2d District, C. M r
Cooper, Jacksonvilie. A great deal II
.nod, Ufi-a-liinri. jte Barco Re- E. A. EMMONS, - Political Editor. than appear
,a",I (ili t---hr#tgitr. J. l. Barco; Re-
S Re-.earer--N D Wninwright, Gainesville
bTATE. rDisplny ad rate' 50c per inch per month. Perh:ijs t
Gjvernor-He nry L. Mitchell: Attorney Pr'sition and extraordinary condliltin by Secretai.
ienernl, Win. B. Larmar; Secr,:tairv Of rates subiectto special agreement. definite ill t
State, .1. L. ('ra I'ori : Ciimptro.ill'r, W -
D. Blocxham: C.numuisio,.r .\' Agricul- he r n~ i sle Pl i ne
ture, L. UL. \P .,,iIw ll: ,,perit, ,, n T e n-'rli.se P h .
dof Pullic in rru.tion, W N. Shei,tt: Couirc-Jlouriial. e re.
Treasurer, L. L. Colli.i, Ju- ic o i- S..cr -tarv arlil .' plan fur re-
prenie Court, K. F. T 'iiljr, T,t ll.lith ,. -'
r e i.S NATOIIIAL L)r.[ r I('T. tiriin the present legal tender pal r New'a' ork
;inator.- W\ilkins C: 1, ,Ja.ksonvill L and replacing it with l ;ilnt nIotesl France 8lshu1
WasHINoGroN COUNTy. may nt be acted on durit 7 th the .r.nal .li
'eiprcset.ative, W R. CI, ( 'i iesen. con gre but it will se --e t. h.v on
Couuntv udge, Win. B. Jones, Vcrnun:
Clerk o Crui- (i Clerk. Recorder t.iiln lateI Crl,. *I ". '';--.-"'
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tie bill to be iira w uii
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LUDIoi Lu\ tJin clunol and his wife. This
'as Itirllnltled almost as Inxur1ouihly.
fromlt an army point of view, as that of
Miss Renwick, but not in white and yel-
low.
Armitage smiled to see the evidence
of Ma-s. Maynard's taste and handiwork
on every aide. la the years he hIad been
the old soldier's adjutant nothing could
h.tvu exceeded the simplicity with which
thu ciloie0l surrounded himself. Now it
was sFijmethiug akii to Syharitish ele-
gancc, thought the captain, but all the
same he made his deliberate survey.
There was the big dressing table and
liurc-an on which liad sttood that ravish-
t'l pil-tuio, that. photograph of the girl
hI loved which others were able to
speak of and one man to appropriate
felouiously, while yet he had never seet
it. His impulse wrs to go to Jerrold's
qitartrs and taIeo hlxm.b"- i -


r iteq B "VTHCE-JSLjppcorr Cga-R
ahontat Onen'i. inc IOjfR at. 1.rr fa,, u
e ,-. -3 'too much-, 'or a man. Tbat -ar ,'-:intt Me-
min m tare Ltod w t 3 w,100grTkI the ilic-taut Li? c: :nght.
kat w.- -i~sighlt of har and never h F i,ylw'dr:-


.,, ec .. a.- at-
tention gi-en to all Notarial business
also to the Drawingof Maps, Charts, etc
Parker. Fla

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

R. D. HOPKINS,
Notary Public.
and Deputy Circuit Clerk.
Office in the old real estate offic opposite
Brackii's store. Magnolia street.


SIURBER'S

EXPRESS
Iam prepared to do all kinds o
Hauling at the lowest living rates
and give entire satisfaction.
WOOD AND FENCE POSTS
at .ill tliv'red at reasonable ate
0. W. SURBER.


e e ie ega -ten-
ders not in the guarantee funds
should have been retired, one object
of the Carlisle plan-to replace the
legal-tenders with an "equal amount"
of the bank curzency-would be de-
feated.
Of course, such a currency as this.
vhich, at, best, would probably be
remote, the-lhw could be effectively,
amended, if it should be desired to
extend the issuance of the bank notes,
by authorizing that the guarantee
fund deposit he made in coin.
The point at present, is of slight
importance. But there is another
which in the discussion of the bill to
be presented is likely to be regarded
as important by many. Section 6 of
Mr. Carlisle's plan requires "each
national banking association to re-
deem its notes at its own office, or at
at its own official agencies, to be des-
ignated by it." But in what are
these notes to be redeemed? Ac-


-Iii t LoUV .the At-i-'


v wa 1ch
chain.
Presently he crossed the road and
-accosted the gentleman of the wa'k-
ing stick, with.
FPihe building that, sir."
j "Yes. Don't see anything to find
fault with."
':Cost a lot of money."
"So I shouldimagine."'
"Strangerer hre I .1Uijse?'" coln-
tinued he of the watch chain.
"Yes. I've never been in. Li--
pool before. Just came acrosss' ~
"Making a long stay?"
"No sir. Going to Loudou this
afternoon at five past four."
"Now that is a most remarkable
coincidence. So am I. I don't see
Anything to stop us traveling to-
gether."
"No more do I," replied the other,
puffing away this cigar."
The gentleman with the watch
chain proposed a drink, and together
they entered an adjacent hosfelry,


t ha
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last tic hi:ti t, deIleend t 'I
alid 'ur ait nlly ratut u e:
play ai 3;i;.i i ga:t1e.
\\' lntu li k ,e:.l!y rmtey h ,:g
hle ii-tuittuehl Iliis Jaituoids,
watch anl cliain, again.it t
proximate value.
They too went,.. anl
-l-roke" in the fullest and.
heiise o91 ,woil. j '
I. 0',P s'tl;fsake le'd ti e.
Loiun,h1l,, hlie e cIlaiiImeel
?tlenen with the walkitn-
Jgthered up and-pocketed the

"Certainly," and a count
.sv'reigr.s here passed over.
now if yoiu will excube me, I wi
and pook, aF'ter my luggage "
"Tell me who you are, anyh,
Well. "ir, as I have io6t yet
twivnty-four hours in thi'c ?onnt
don't what they call me Itere.
west I an) knaowl as 'Thp Eure
King.' Good afternoon:"
with a gracio-s bow the gentle
with the walking-stick -to k
depart re.
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o ts,




his
ap-

WhB8
iie',tt


q t) a- th ri -.a rn if ,C. o.)ld
ejhoul-kr._ an.d i-'e.rt d loXL Gray has
taken seven days' leavr.and goeAof c-with
that little girl of his to plh-e. hIer with
relatives in the f(ast. He has b- .rd the
stories, and it is pr'.ourn(c1l that ,-:iae of
the women have told b .r. Shie was
down sick here a day or two."
"Well, now for th., windlrw and the
ladder. I want tosee tr':0 utL iil t:throcugh
your eyes, and then I will vi.w the in-
terior with my own. The colonul bids
me do so. "
Together they slowly climbed thl long
stairway leading up the face of Mti oliff.
Chester stopped for a breathing spcdl
more than once.
"You're all out of condition, man,"
said the younger captain, pausing im-
patiently. "What has undone yon?"
"This trouble and nothing else. By
gad, it has unstrung the whole garri-
son, I believe. You never saw our peo-
plo fall off so in their shooting. Of
course we expected Jorrold to go to
pieces, but nobody else."
"There were others that seemed to
fall away too. Where was that cavalry
team that was expected to take the
skirmish medal avnay from us?"
"Sound as a dl'ollar, every man, with
the single exception of their big ser-
geant. I don't like to make ugly com-
Sparisons with a man whom I believotobe
more than half interested in a woman,
!-s makes mze tAii-lc of th :.}-- stox'


.----;L ti. u i rU[l win-
aooi that opened out on
the ,oo of the piaz.a. White lao cur-
tains draped the bed, the dressing table
and the washstand. White lace or
some equally fimsy and feminine ma.
trial hung about her bookshelves and
worktable and over the lounge, and bows
of bright yellow ribbon were every-
where, yellow pincushions and wall
pockets hung about the toilet table, soft
yellow rugs lay at the bed and lounge
side, and a sunshiny tone was given to
the whole apartment by the shades of
yellow silk that hung close to the win-
dows.
On the wall were some choice etchings
and a few foreign photographs On the
bookshelves were a few volumes of
poetry and the prose of George Eliot
and our own Hawthorne. Hanging on
pegs in the corner of the simple army
room, covered by a curtain, were some
heavy outer garments, an ulster, a
traveling coat and cape of English make
and one or two dresses that were ap-
parently too thick to be used at this
season of the year. He drew aside the
curtain one moment, took a brief glance
at the garments, raised the hem of a
skirt to his lips and turned quickly
away. A door led from the room to the
one behind it, a spare bedroom evident-
ly, that was lighted only from the back
of the house and had no side window at
all. Another door led to the hall, a
broad, old fashioned affair, and crossing
this he stood in the bil trnot room oo-


I ....., n ms seat as chief executive
in Brooklyn, it was observed that a large
proportion of the members of the com-
mon council were also German-Ameri-
cans, and steps were taken at once to
push the introduction of real gymnastics
in the schools. The school board has
yet to be convinced of the wisdom of the
plan, but the council committee on edu-
cation will call attention thereto, and
hopes are entertained that as good work
may soon be accomplished in that direc-
tion in Brooklyn as has been for years
in the western cities named.
France and England have already fol-
lowed Germany's lead in this matter,
and both were led to do this oy the
superior physical condition of the Ger-
man soldiers in the Franco-German war.

Hardy Candytuft.
In addition to the desirable kinds of
annual candytuft, Gardening tells that
we have some others, both bie. ldal and
perennial, deserving our attention. The
common evergreen ,andytuft called
Iberia aempervirena is hardy enough
with us. It is evergreen, forming neat,
dense mate; which in April and May are
a solid bank of white blossoms. It is hard
to say why it isn't more grown, but we
presume it .is because it hasn't been
brought before the people in a popular
way. Not only is it a snowbank when it
Is in bloom, but its flowers are b It h pre t y
and in demand for cutting it biuicheL.
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NO. 38.


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S MARITIME,








i*- - 7

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

Gulf Terminal

And Navigation Co.

CRSCENT LINE CF STEAMERS




GOV JNO A DIX
Capt. -- B. R. Sharit,
WILL LEAVE MOBILE FOR
CARRABELLE

Ever onda


LOCAL DRIFT.

-Everything in the jewelry line
at Russell's.
-Nice bread, pies and cakes, fresh
every day at Russell's store.
-For Aligator teeth and shell
jewelry. call on I, J. Hughes.
-No person interested in West
Florida can afford to be without the Buor.
-Everybody is warned not to look
with longing eyes at the Buoy's big white
Christmas turkey.
-Call at W. H. Shands' Parker
store and get what you need. Prices as
low as circumstances will allow.
-Legal cap, commc'cial note
letter-head papers and envelopes, either
printed or plain at the Buoy office.
-If you are out of work and n ant
profitable employment, write to the Na-
tional Co., 4th and Locust St. Louis, Mo,
-Are you looking for a rare bar-
gain in real estate? If you are, call on
or address J. McReynolds, Parker, Fla.
-There will be preaching at the
school house on West Peninsula the fifth
Sunday in this month at 11 a. m., by Rev.
Mr.'Weblb.
-Th'e Buco understands that ar-
rangements are being made f'r a grand
New Year's dance, the surdilus p.-oeeds to
lie devoted to public imp oveneents
-The W. C. T. I meets reu-


Mrs. S. A4. Lefeber
Rossmo ne, Ohio.

Terrible Misery
Helpless With Rheumatism
and Without Appetite
Tired Feeling and Pains Dispelled
by Hood's Sarsaparilla.
was in terrible misery with rheumatism In
my hips and lower limbs. I read so much
about Hood's Sarsaparilla that I thought I
would try It and see if it would relieve me.
When I commenced I could not sit up nor even
turn over in bed without help. One bottle ot
Hood's Relieved Me
so much that I was soon out of bed and could
walk. I ha also ft weak and tired al the
time; could not sle and obtained so little rest
at Wi ht th -fe l worn out in the morning.
I hadno a ite eat anything, but Hood's
rs b


What di
And all
Th- --


Gai
The


Lewis .one s,

PENSACOLA,

the Place for Passengers
Going to and from St. Andrews Bay.

Rooms Comfortable!

Tens Beasonable'!


DnEAFc ss & HEAD NOISES
-'- Cu:iMl:l). MVy Tuul,,ar Cushions
help wlin i all else fails. as glasses help
eyes. Whisperrs heard. No pain. Invis-
ible. F. HIqSCOX, 853B'way New York.
sole depot. Send for nooks atid 'p,-oof
free.

DlMt X>1. DO)DI O3Lw4e feo
MOOLIC IN HORSES.
GUARANTEED.
ery owner of a bore* should keep
it on nd. It may ave the lifeof
valuableanimal. One package wUJ
enre eight to ten eses. Price $1.00.
Sent by mlU 9r expreM. Our A0"
count Book, w ich eontalnshintstO
stable kepc r mail',.d Irne.
a. u.'AMram fCo.. APfniEt.
U'v. LoUMb


and a niie sum be real ,
-A rchie Gainer/of Etonilna ciame
to the rescue'and brtight down a load of
fine, fat turkeys to supply 8t. Adrews
peoplefor their Christmas feast. He had
Also delicious fresh beef, and hit thi. rnr-
ket with both luxuries in precisely the
right time. He had read in the Ut ., that
our citizens seemed destined to content
themselves with T. C. Danford's chipped
dried beef and determined to act the part
of the good Samaritan and compel the
dried beef to do duty as a side dish.
-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 and public places cor
rectlylocated. Besides this ;ity map, we
have also a sectional map embracing not
only the town proper, but all the land
disposed of by the Cincinnati Company,
and while lots and blocks are not shown
it is an easy matter to get their location-
by the use of this map. One dollar bvys
either man: or either will be given as a
premium for five csh in advance sub-
ersiber..


imiaiagers'i t lie At an a u
ion's Enlcyclojpdia Dt.epariternt.
The cotMmittee, composed of such
men as Col. W. L. Calhonni and
others, whose loyalty cannot be
questioned; after a full investigation
into the changes made, reported that
the same were without foundation,
and 'ave their endorsement to the
w-rilc as being a representative refer-
ence publication.
T]lhr are editions of the Britan.
nica thi:t are very prejudicial to the
,Suinti, alid. for this reias.on the Conm-
nnlicial -icfiisel, at first, to indlurse
the work that is now being adverti.-
ed in this -t:;::e.
Bit in the view of the many strog,,
Indorsenment:s of this e.litiun, frvom
the best people of the South, we see
no reason' now why it should not
have been indorsed by us as it was
by other papers, and without any
riAk of dciii(. the lightest injustice.
to our i tuOl's.


N d.ff R PUBLICATION.
L.%NlV OFICrE AT G.1.5Ea.Vl LE, FLORIDA.) t
Nov ith, 1,:93.
Notice is ihrelBv iven that the follow-
ing riiamtd sell ii- lals iled notice of his
ilit,.ntion to ma.ke linal proof in support-
of' hii claim, and Iliat said proof will be
nade bcIfore W B. Lassitter, clerk of the
circuit court at Vernon, Fla on Dec. 22d,
1894, viz:
WILLIAM J. AVANAUGH, St. An-
dr 'ws Bay, Flu,.
Hd 18294 for the w- ,of the nw)1 of sec
9,tp 3-, r I1w.
He inmresi the following witnesses to
p'ro his con nltinus residence upon and
ii 1*tiln .i s til lind, viz:
J.~' i. : i.pL.nn o St. Andrews Bay
. Fla.; l'h~a. Andcr.u W. A. Lee, Jno.
Teller of Anderson, Fla.
J. M. BARCO, Register.

Parker Lodge No. 142,
^l. ~F. & JL. 3r.
Reul, i communications s on Satur-
day, oi or before each full moon.
Visiting Brothers Fraternally
Invited.
S. T. WALKLEY, W. M.
W. HI. P.\LilKER. Secretary.


U


Having Leased


The Salisblry L ber Gom any's ill,
I am Prepared to fill orders on the shortest notice for



First Class inhmber of 91 GrRdeso

Either Rough or Dressed; at Reasonable Pricesi
Office at the Mill ou East Bay; West of Harrison.
LEE WILL TT, Priprietor.
I ii i lli II 1'1 L


PARKER'S
SIAIR BALSAM
eoCleses and beautifles the hair.
Promotes a luxuriant growth.
never rails to Restore Gray
S Hair to it Youthful Color.
S Cures scalp diseases & hair tilling.
Me,and#1.00 at Druggists

Ue Parker' Ginger Toi. sre the nt ugh,
Weak Lungs Debility Indigestion, Pain, Take in time. 0cts.
INOER 0RNO S. The only re cnrebr Corns.
opB.. at rugglt*. or HRCOX& C CO., N. Y.


Reduoad6utoS poImdspermouth.. LeN
staring, no Inconvenioece, no bad results, l o mueousr
drnug. Treatment crectly harmless and strictly coni-
dental. Question BI rkand ook tree. Callorwrie.
D.. B. nBU1T. 82m Pin btrest. t. Lous. S

l lthouL knfe, No los of d
Il sfrom L..u Flrtal. Ulas.
ecL. also cred. 0 yeaure' a.
Qu Wlon Bm i and Book f Call or wrte.
DR. H. B. BUTTS,
im Plea Street. BT. lis N.


1


on Tne. A CHANCE FLORIDA CENTRAL & PEINSULAR RAILROAD.
It's Marmion.
| q her kirtle sheen; FO R R HUSTLERS. Short Line Between Florida and All Northern Point4.
e : in olly green o We want several live, wide-awake EVERETT, SAVANNAH, AUGUSTA, GA.. COLUMBIA, WASHINGTON,
Smerry men go .cah to epreut the Boy, in BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA, NEW YORK, BOSTON
letoe. to rreset th o, in AND THE EAST.
baron's hall connect ionwith the National ews-
e baron's hall connection with the national s- Everett, Macon, Atlanta, Chattanooga, Nashville, Louisville, Cincinnati,
ant, erf and all; pa.er Union. The %ork is new, Chicago.
od of rule aside, .ar, and veiy priitable, requir- Everett, Birmingqam, Holly Splings, Memphis, Little Rock, Kansas City, St.
y doffed his pride. popi, a ey i Louis, Chicago, Sioux City.
I rosestn his shoes. iig neither capital nor previous ex- River Junction, Pensacola, Mobile, New Orleans, Texas, Mexico, California
might village-p rtner ieriencu. It is worth looking after, end the Pacific Coast.
and if you want a real good thing in ONLY LINE WITH THROUGH SLEEPERS BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE
rogn and if you want a real good thing in AND NEW ORLEANS.
of posthare the way t Iht, pleasant and profit Leave Jacksonville 8:30 a. m., and 4:15 p. m. daily with Through Pull-
ith uncontrolled delight able eiill.1ynment. it will pay you to man Sleepers for Everett, Savannah, Columbia, Washington, Baltimore, Phil-
oith unontrolled delight Thee is money delphia, New York, Boston and all Eastern points, arrive Jacksonv.lle 10:20 a.m.
voice, the happy night, ivestiate at once. ere is eave Jacksonville 9!40 a, For Lake City, Live Oak, Madison, Moti-
' ttage as the crown in it for hustlers. \NVite for partic- cello, Tallahassee, River Junction, Pensacola, Mobile, New Orleans and
S rof salvation down. utlars to the Southwest, Mexico, California and the Pacific Coast. Carries Sleeper. Ar-
-dried logvat dosupplid r rive Jacksonville 8:05 a. m. Connect at -Tallahassee with G. T. & C. R. R. for
-dried logs supplied THE .NTIO C.. Carrabelle and Steamer Gov. John A. Dix Thursday noon for St. Andrews.
S e chimney wide; S Arrive St. Andrews Friday at noon.
t oaken a Connect at River Junction, Fla., with P. & A. R. R. for Pensacola, and Steanger
t the d-ai Gov. Jao. A. Dix every Tuesday at 4 PM for St. Andrews; arriving at St.
V "' 'A N T t i D Andrews. Wednesday at 7 A. M,
:i its massie.v .n l Leve Jacksonville 9:40 a. in. for Starke, Hawthorne, Silver Spring, Ocala.
rt the squire td lord. -'0 Prchase a lace- Gainesville, Cedar Key, Wildwood, Leesburg, Taveras, Apopka, Orlando, La-
ght in the lusty bawn. OF. ABOUT FTVE ACRES coochee, Dade City, Plant City, Tampa. Arrive Jacksonville 3::-a p m.
ted serving-man; ACRES. 5:45 p.m., Cincinnati and Floridtla Limitecd, Solid Vestibule Train.
ed aserving-man; Partly imprive'l, itl cabin or small Time a little Over 25 hours to ('incinnati, Macon, Atlanta, Chattanooga. Con-
Sboar's head frowned it, nect for Nashville, Louisville, Chicago, and all points north and west. Arrive
11 Jacksonville 9:55 a. m.
frfeen garbed ranger tell A .MileOrTwoFrom St.Andrews : 5:45 Holly Surings Route, via Macon, Atlanta, Birmingham, Holly
d where the monsterfell; t ust be great ba.ai. Ad- gs Memphi,' Sprigfield, Kansas ity, St Loui, Chicago, Sioux City.
T- rPugh Sleepers wvitbout chhange to Klansas Cityvdud St. Louis, and only one
fore his death he tore, Isle.s., giving .particular., change toChicago and Sioux City. Arrive Jacksonville 9:55 a. m.
citing of the boarJ. J. W. HALL. 6:30 p. mi., Local for Tatllnlahaa.ee and intermediate points. Pullman
round, in good brown 50G. i Washington, D. C. Slepers. Arrive Jacksonville 3:35 p. m.
S:00____ p. ni. for Tampa and intermediate points. Pullman Sleepeps. Ar-
ribbons blih tr t owls V4 Only. ri' e Jacksonville 7:00 a. m.
rilbbonsublihely trowls. .. n o 1:00 p. m. Night departure. Jacksonville to Cincinnati. via Everett, Ma-
S --iu retkedh.- 'a ,-*- *aaar wuw c Atlan '* .tanooga. Arrives Cincinat7i 7:30 a. m Leaves Cincinnati
. ..m :** -'atJlfta. MilJacksonville 8:30





tjndrwMe5 jLOYW(

Thursday, Dec. 20, 1894.
ST. ANDREWS
PRICESCURRENT.
GROCERIES.
tugar, V l Tea, p 16
Granulated .. No.... He ....... 75
Cuil'.'. ..... 6 Gunpowder.. 80
Lt lrown..... 5 Uncol'd Jap.. 50
.,offec, Cond milk, # can
Green.. 221'@25 Unsweetn'a.10@15
Browned .:5@30 Sweetened ..10@15
singerr snaps.. 10 Baking powder
racersr, soda. 81d Royal........ 50
tobacco, plug 30a60 Campbell. ..15a25
laisins Canned fruit
London layers. .15 PeaChes.... 20a20
Valencia.... 12t Tomatoes... .10al 5
lice. .......... 7 Apples....,... 15
apples Pears......... 15
Evaporated..12! 4 Plums........ 20
Dried Peaches 8 Apricot........ 25
30al Oil prgal.... 15 Strawberries... 20
gasoline "......20 Pineapple.... 20
lorida Syrup... 50 Canned Meats
loney......... 1.00 Roast Beef.. 15a25
inegar........ 30 Corned Beef 15a25
Cheese pr ti .... 16 Chipped Beef.. 25
3ntter ........ 30 Lobster....... 20
Lard ......... 10 Salmon..... 15
Beans ......... 6 Canned Vegetables
Docoanut pkg... 10 Baked Beans... 15
FiuitPaddinc... 10 Corn.......... 15
Jelly, glass. . 15a25 Peas.......... 15
ime Juice...... 50 Pumpkin...... 15
Eggs per doz... 15
PROVISIONS.
Flour Pork
1 0O N .'.... 2. 00 Mess pr .... 11
Favorite .... .50 Bacon Sides. . II
' Corn Meal pr iu Fresh ....... ~t.lli
3at Meal pr t .. 5. Br'kf'st Bacon.. il-
..4riiier ia . .. .. a .n in caii v;sst .d( I 4


TEACHERS' ASSOCIATION.
A Circular Letter Issued by
State Superintendent Shents.
EDUCATIONAL DEp.a ITM E,.r,
STATE OF FLoRIDA.
OFFICE OF
STATE SUPERINTENDENT.
TALLAHASSEE, Dec. 4, '94.J
To Teachers and School Officers:
It is my pleasant duty to notify
you that the annual session of tlie
Floridn State Teachers' Association
will convene at Orlando at S o'clock
on the evening of Monday, December
31, and continue to noon, January 4.
1895.
This announcement has been de-
layed many days waiting ftr definite
information as to the necessary ex-
penses of the trip., While I have
been assured that it will be reduced


Truthseeker's Justification.
C'ui respondece of the L- vor.
He gives in last weeks Beov his
authority, for hi naccout of the iin-
side of a convent, in Par i. thrity
years ago and so the visitor of the
convent examined the under garments
of the sisters.
Well that is on a par with the
man and woman convicted iin G(la--
gow tils year' orfra i. Tlhe L' i'e o ,
the public stage, an accon:it i.t ih.w
the sisters are suspended Ir-n tihe
ceiling by the hair and al.v. by thli
thumbs. The wonan said he' w-"e
an escaped sister, while it \wa, ir',v-
ed in open court, by her father a ,A
uncle that sie never w'as ini. le a
convent ..
I have in my prsll-'s -ion "a ii
meant, which was wr'itterII Iiiintel arnd


to th_- mininunm, still I am unable publish in 3 iian. I. a a
named Stanton in March Ir9.. it
to say exactly, whatithe railroad rates named Stanton inMar.It
... e is suipiused t I i! enuciv L'e;i trori
w ill be. -. i
This information is promised v tome r the Anecriccati' a8'-l si'"'l
.., is n
county superintendents in a few di by pope Leo xni. T'i. f'i e is
YS, .it wa SInt
who, I doubt not, will promptly ,e. villainous prn'diil'.tiuit: w Iet
municate it to you, and in every v by StanLton tl IrughII t e
. ,a etur,, on.y a
aid and enIe..urage your i tteuda" and he only a.etked l in
even to the extent of accomnlnyi. few stamps. '
you. I give these two ow to
Eaclh of you 1 n. t obtain a certi i\1'lit a depLth o0
'. +, %- ++


i


in
i n


New York under a C
one hundred years bee
tntion was written.
in Maryland 'by the fo
,tate Lord Baltimore.
In conclusion, I 1
Lega, Caserio, Ravach
had no.idea of Gcd, no
arrested last Qnninmet in
Italian ,givernmiinct are inw
reli 'in'. t t.' hit .\ ,ii and
leligioni ... .t,.i in Itfly;"
nm .,e .-e. i' iii i i .n-i C. P.

Woman Suffr-age
The claims of the pro and a
Suffragists can be stated in ai
Tho e in favor of it asaert-
women pay taxeF; that all ar
in c", 1 g, overniE nt, rand that
,for v.rcmw.n of intieligee
of a vote while ignorant m
voico in the government. I
their influence will have a
feet on politics and say thet
why any restrictions on su
not apply equally to both se
On the other hand. it is b
that many women of edu
posed fb the extension o
women. They claim that
are sufficiently protected b'
tion as at present coustitu)
her presence at the polls,
influence for good. Th
*.: canrof be demar:.


tay t t
Fra hel

The
l ilt li,

Sbut hi
vYNCH.

ti woman
w words.
at many

deprived
ave a full
rhollthat
'ifyiirg cf-
annot See
.ge should
ust to add
on are op-
ufrage to
r interests
ripresenta
ad th.i
ld have nu
assert that
is a ri bt,


IJ rehtl anu d w
pleasant to take.
It Cures A
Dyspepsia, Kidney and Liver
Neuralgia,\ Troubles,
Constipat Bad BIPod
Malaria, Nervout opts
,. '


PIONEER


STOREI


Poor


IHealth
Means so much more than
Pyou imagine-serious and
Fatal diseases result from
Stifling ailments neglected.
SDon't play with Nature's
Greatest gift-health.
SI you are feeling
out of sorts, weak
and generally ex-
fYIX17VY |hausted, nervous,
lFUWVII, have no appetite
J L and can't work,
begin at oncetak-
Sing the most rella-
ble strengthening
SI II I medicine.which is
IrJLon Brown's Iron Bit-
ters. A few bot-
ties cure-benefit
comes from the
Very first dose--i
itj\ rs woI'st sTin y:


ST. ANDREWS BAY, Fl


Carries a Full Line of Drugs, M

Diamond Dyes, Trusess, Syrin

PAINT BRUSHES, FANCY AND
ARTICLES!
DR. J. J. KESTER, Dr


LA.


[edicines,

ges;

TOILET


;uggist.


SEE HOW THEY PAY!

S At Only Ten Years
'" -' -


-ovcring aui.ut eig teen rihnil' tiare
of territory, inclIuding the Cincinnati
Company's Tract, also Harrison,
Parker, C('romantn, and adjacent
country, for
ONE DOLLAR.
Or given for 5 cash yearly subscriptions.
By the aid of this map the location of
lands purchased of the Cincinnati
Company can be easily ascertained,
or, parties may send us $1 and their
description and we willlocate their
lots and return the Map by mail.
Address THE IJuoY,
.St. Andrews, Fla.
For 5 cash subscribers, we will give as
a premium, I Sectional Map of the Bay
country, or 1 Map of the City cf St. An-
drews. Either map sold singly- $1
I I
CAPT, SCHELENGER'S
Boarding House.
Palafox st., Opposite Hotel Es-
cambia, One Block West of
UNION DEPOT,
Pensacola, Fla.


yes rsago will be'remntnibered has r --
Lturnedl to renew her acquaintance
with St. Andrews people, and will
visit with J. M. Wills and family
During the winter season.
Tax Collector J. W. Cravey was
in St. Andrews yesterday and went
to Parker tbis morning on his regu-
lar round of gathering in the
sheckels from the numerous land
owners.

ST. ANDREWS

HOT E L.
Mrs, J, W. Wilson, Proprietress.
The only Hotel, especially fitted up
as such in town.
CENTRALLY LOCATED
Close to and in plain view of the Bay
Price sMo derate.
nud every attention pair to comfort
of guests.


he iuses t ien as if he t' at
thi iking coniil be stopped.
_e says the mind is coerced by
b ok; so it is in every department of
li e. Books contain knowledge, they
are our best friends. When the
command to teach all natius, was
given the apostles, it was accorm-
panied by the power to teach andl any-
one who believes in the authority
will receive the teaching, otherwise
they will not.
The chluch cannot change. there


is no evolution, it was a sin to kill


in the time of Moses, it is a sin to
kill today, the mission of the church
is to combat sin, or the .breaking of
God's lawQ. And those laws are
fixed and do not change like man-
made laws, and this reminds me of
Trutbseeker's referenceto t he consti-
tation giving us liberty of conscience.
Liberty of conscience was made a
law by the first assembly held in


'SCOC AYA APa
BE F PE Of the City of St. Andrews,
BREAK KFA ST-S LIPPE
By a thorough knowledge of the dur- (tten up with great care bythe
al law which governi the operation l n p wth geat e re by th
geation. aid nutrition, and by a I ful lblisher, who has s-pred no pains
api.licatin, i ol the fine prop-rtics ll to prepa re r public of
selccti ca a i )rel are [far thme blic t rnt ala of
sel u(eaed octa, Mr. f.pr as pro'v i ; St. Anirew., as it really is. It shows
our l.-rLakt iat unld 'urqper a del .t ,*
flavored Ibeverage which may s.I a's a boilt
,manv heavy dotor-' hills. t is the FOUR MILES OF COAST LNIE,
judicious us~eil s'uclh articles of die t \ *id iI,,i eastwar 1 ron Dver'
constitution may le gr.adi, ally b- ,i t a in tie (. I Town siteof
until strong enough to re-ist eve St. Ar anl gie to of
tic. t- -di t, 1-u1i d treats d1'a d lo ti. o .
adies are'O66TRk 'a io iolnd us' read*i [,ll..lic bluis'sies6 places, privatei rest-
tack 'Cerev' there i ,s a eak pao i I. alcks, etc., also ever lot in
'.Ar ape irtr a iaR.dJ shaft blNI
r Iel ves nll I;.,rti.d ;rI h pure I eac ,l'u k and te aljiniIrg addi-
and a properly nourished franie.- I ti i t l) l eCi ii t ri ..Tn 1 s
Service Gazette. \ r [aid, with a full descriji.tioln o t' he
Made simply with ioiliring water or m a r..I '
Sa.d' dl' inhall-om.. id' tins. 1b (c T le will V how owners of lots
Jamiles Elppi & Co., Lid., H.umnxptl ili the city just where they are lo-
Chl ul isti Luindui Englaind. catel, ; ind is of value to those thiink-
Sin I buyii 'nri"g )roj, erty.
ION'T STAMME size of Map 30x0 Inclies.
ACURE. Ali.P.O .E ,S.LoE~lo. t e BUOY will send this map to any
o 0T6 W address on tlrlre'ceil t of
u u S*. .ON E DOLLAR R
SMALL COTTAGE FOR SALE. Or givere- as a premium for 5 yearly
applv to H. LORAINE. ialh Euhbscriptiob.



i .


The PEOPLE'S STORE,
Pittsburp - - FL
Is No Longer An Experiment!!


N, W, PITTS, PROPRIETOR,
Knowing the wants of the community, buys intelligently and

ISell COh eapilo

If you live near the Bay Came in a Boat; if back in the Country, Come on
Horseback; if you have no Horse, borrow your Neighbor's Ox and Cart.
COME ANY WAY and load in your COUNTRY PRODUCE,
And let me prove to you that
_Y O T CA L SJA8 A 'V 2E 4 0 3T ~ "
By either Buying or selling
AT THE PEOPLE'S STORE.
Fine Water-Front and Other Lands for Sale?
T ie only one remove from the United States Government and of conise
PERFECT.


Ir ~r


~'7. .; -w


-L r
C


I ~c~-~-aa l- K016-6 Almdo- c-


I -1w


CORNER OF SHELL AVENUE AND MICHIGAN STREET.


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- -- rI C-V


TheT ASJAREWI O SAY



Hortictulra1 au d Imurovamnt




*

ORGANTZET JANUARY. 9, 1892.
.
The object of this Association is to Improve the Country adjacent to St
Andrews Bay and to
S Develop its Resources as a Fruit-Growing Country.
To accomplish this the Association proposes to Sell Lands in tractsof Two-
and-a-half and Fi.eAcres 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 shoitest lprii-icable time' every such tract shall be a
Source of Revenue to its Owner.
AS TO RELIABILITY OF THE ASSOCIATION.
The first quest in whli':l will naturally ,,e asked will hb: '"Is this Asso-
ciation reliable"'? .iid the :,nswer t, it is: i An.\ Fersun employing tlie Assnciation
to m:iake improvemiont- muia du:p.. it .111 :ip;,ioxiii t cpe. paymnint of the estimated cost of
the same with all y es p in)iil I i i l..- :i n r irm in i i 1ihuii l iiiisiu oil the Day or in
Bink at their u-no hiorn ti hte paidl ovin.i iOnlv whvniu the Associattion hall eatisJnacto-
rily show that ihe i rlia -iivement. ha\..- i. i in1 iiade r ccrdiug to agreement.
rhe Association wiill in,.t i-,nly im ploave aind plant, hbt 'watch andl care for


Prof. Ipe.i in : \\ p i.ioi
t. I 1 . t
O -vT F!".r. \ N.. ,. T .: ,M'i,
C ot.II.E ,, M\'Fie i: .' i .I .,-, l .-'I. ,
Dcc 11. 1 .14.
EnD. Buoy: A 1,IIInncr (Jf in tiienI
reillestl ] ine t, \a ;t theu n, and I
take the libel t\v i.t a1dressiug themi
aid others thlronl thle nie' liaim of
your valuable paper.
\Ve had a pl..~aant trip ,n tlhe
steamer Dix t C' a ral.elle. 'lh, tile
was so low that .\e \wiended our way
from the lanling to the deput, over a
mile away by skilt, ,.ith Capt. L. MI.
Ware as principal oarsman, Our
genial landlord of the 'ity IHotel,
Mr. I. Godard, took us to the iublio
schlcol, where we met the teacher.
and talked to the scilla s.
gThe noon train tonk us to "Falla-
hassee, where we touk quarters for
the afterno.n.a aiid night, meeting
Governor Mitchell and wife at; o r
boarding house. The goveri'or did
not at first sight appear as a .n1d.
soime man; bnt when lie la.l gi veu
us a wa'rnm a'aal-ahake and a pleasant
mllile anl ji'ihed e abundant suu-
co new field of labor we ba-
S. ...


O L n
S ia d. : IFs,


Ietti sl 'J re \ith h.is r,.pert'I y t
waS .'eat da ,ger, and it was i
t ?111 billets rattled like hai l-
att Sometimes I've had to
bury 1 my stuff in the sail sl ecatue t
of t confloun.lel1 coa-.guarl-, L.it
whe ;nce I had got it away to m 1
cave was an nnd as saean nd in the
Bauk f Ergland." The cave was
pane in with brick in front, anl l
was t n to no one only five or six%
tollo O s of the "tine art." 1'v,
stool ..ose to my cave and t\atiched
the rs ryinug and peerin al-'aff
for 'of a place ^at uil
store atff. Yet, blues 'ine'! if I
had s n em the spoL they wouldn't
hbve Ai ved me." In those da'ys
there |ia no difficulty whatever in
dispo :. of the brandy ,hen once it
was I ~ d. This binukgler had his
regular ustoiners, only too ready Co.
buy asl inantities of spirits, and in
the mIn. e of the night carts would
be s.?nt miles to fetch the casks. The
public: in the towns otl.ilbe out-,


- r r -


hat i-.t r te t le ll 1r1il, iilo n anld
ailth are niear.!t t' cOne an':,lhei ; ,ec-
nOld, tlhe i'n.n'i cqui:torial Iipoition;
hirld, ti, t.,,.' li lun. w l.n oul gl'- be
s nearest the Sun-; fourth, the sn'1s
e'uiat -ii. l("i luu'; fifth, the v.ys'v,
1 n-w mi.)Iu au1i full moon; ,ixth.
hle i] lll .r si lar. eclipses. 1'i men-
ti...lin- the lates in their different
orders an'l gra.l-es of individual ef-
fecti\Ucniies, ,Prc'f'cssor Falbl takes care
to st:,t-1 t hat the results of the
tri. nge-t na traction often precede
their *--.rtical '1 .:sb as theoretically
,:o.n 1a.teI., by ,tne or two days, while
tilo f les, r iimportance may be
w-o to three davs later than
pe'iollicallv t:ied. The latter may


PATENTS.
Notice to Inventors.
Ther wa.4 never a time in tile his-
l.ry (-f our country when the demand
i'.r in' t.tiit ,s an..l improvements in
tlh. art.s ;,ad .,eicncee. generally war, so
,ood as now. The conveniences Jf
mankind in the factor y and work-
.ihop, in the household, on the farm,
and in official life. require'continual
accessions to :he appurtenances andi
implenients of each in order to save
labor, time and expanse. The poli-
tical change in the administration ol
government does not affect the pro-
gress of the Aruerican inventor, who
being on the ale.t, and ready to per-
.. nire the exuiti;nO deficiencies, dses


also be the care :t the time cf ciiti- not permit the affairs of government
cal da, of the fir-t .lrder whenever to deter him from quickly conceiving
loing-continuiag and extensive atmos- the remedy to overcome existing dis-
plheric l're re .?.,r easter~ repantsies. 'Too great care cannot
failedd uI1evt u.n to these dates. The he exercised in choosing a competent
foilowinLg a -e the critical days for and skillful attorney to prepare and
'1190 prosecute any application for A pat-
(if thie fit iorlder-S pt. 18, ent. Valuable interests have been
Ma.rch:ll, g.. O0, Feb. 9, Oct. 18, iost and destroyed in innumerable in-
\ .--.aiIoand{ Jn an. 11. 1 .tances by the em [lal ymuent t' iin-
Of t l ---'le.r--May 9. Nov. competent counsel, and *especially in
acounpet-- lt


adopt the "No atuni, no pay" sys-
tem. Inventors who illlitht the
bu.iine.s to these kind of at.twtiey.
do so at immiuenit iihk, as the breadthi
and strength il thie .atent is never
coniiidered in view (if a quick en-
deavor to get an allowance and ob-
tain the fee, tl.en due. THE PRESS
CLAIMS COMPANY, John WVed-
derburn, General Manager, 618 F
i,treet, N. W., Washington, D. C.,
represeutipg a larKe lumber of im-
portant daily and weekly papers, as
well as general periodicals of the
country was instituted to pioteet its
patrons from the unsafe methods
hertoofore employed in this line of
business. The said Company is pre-
pared to take charge of all patent
business entrusted to it for reason-
able fees, and prepares and rosecntep
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 prepar-
.ed to enter into competition with any
hirm in ,securing foreign patents.
\Writc for instructions and advice
j_-.j n ^ir.mwr:;N, 618 F st.


If ou hbave an invention on hand sendl a sketcn or o.og a
gather with a brief description of the important feature ;, rnn-i on will be at -.
once advised as to the best course to pursue. MjodelI ar Cl'10rn necessary. If llaatai cenand a %ei aaConI.In 1 4 viuced him t iat the il-
othorsawe iuftingig ou your rights, or if you are chars- with inrriugemint by lat
others, atbmit the matter to us for a reliable OPI nO:I bIfore Ictig lieon thI PIh l
matter. th~ at.'ru a." aht.~- atil. pnde wateils -1 Uho-t- I j~ cso o ~pi
mr~rY,.' eL i 'ni 7,' in II:11' II/ ll cases of expoau e
THEE PRESS CIAItIS COMPANY, aVd 1 a 4. ha L all l utc
it flicill 11,1, nk, apartment
niatteur it):w' L, ina to !.-it lt!l ilc, Ii .la 11)Aolrd.I***1U B
"ltS' SriRTREET, NORTV-IWEs-r, WIVASHINGTON, D. C. (It ke1n L 'iro tal a I t a ; hr:. 'roe. ao t
P. ., Box 385. JOHN WU, i gI A tott ey.la
Is I tb 1itdi- tat i
Aw'his Mbtpany rs managed by a combination o thj~largest and ostnfluentialM A, 11,0 v 1 3 V e iAec.tJin s
papers in the United Stale, for the express purposes of arotecing their subscribst :t I iluereIi'
winat uIf icruputnus.aud Incompetent Patent Agents, aun eacl paper prhadng 0L-ii ad:ci. xth:tIFl 1,3;rape, qle.rshocksofather r e en l
"estotwucies for the-responsibilfty and high standingof the Press Claims Coinpaiy ia e5 aeart Ru ePriene in treating all Varle
"in ~ 5 ~ : "Cut this out and send it with your inquiry.-u a l fle setett. u Ut positive cur. Questo Bian and f
YO tII.lt tIhi.**..i ..i*vla U 0 ici
I II e.iti ta1;Wh the iiavr;. f tree. Call or WrtN.
i ,. elLTj.l1aeED.G AXPPLIANCE 0o..
Doll`. RI, ~ c age or our butI- M "15~treet ST. LOUTIS. 9 0;;
eLett for weak-uesand 3' he a at I I ii I '-..naiuc cc-ilia
TP -a-I toI
decay, zi,.rouq deb!llty
I Ind lost Vitility ent tree ifr 12 cent# Al nail Was 1i pii, Loc&~ r pe
IO. WJARD 1AISTfUUTE, Oi.9ihat~joisje, le was in l if,. with A"'. OTH a[
OAEASTRDMAl FirI~~.i boalt~S i-Ii 1 .ailliat 1~'.ei' C~ Fin I'ti..~iiuli lays~~i tI iuii iteuao~
boati %01,, if Li-.i~zlt .. 111- ..:' H sarf CUREDU wahaut the use of
*jfl ~~TIRD ~ ~ ~ '~o ld, O"'s& 1ta Fro~ic~ FrL Cure. t'l'vl .ca n ecs5~ t~atci ly,' I'aur. Iyttr sfYvlnes. 8g..8 Lois.O.
lie adt Quendon Blank and Book firce Call
r %r-la DB, a. B. BUiTTS,
OPYRIGHTS. and it was ,his ulutht to rilt-vr ofj t np side. ri"ilical "taura.liaang
CAN I OBTAIN A PATENT ? Fora X 11. Sanatorium,
answer and an hoiestopininnw, .write to P L.' u lpa- t-iil t f(
MUeN patent Iatne5 bring t,.ie to ill the.lil-&riJ(dtIliaheees
..,who have had zneLartI iJf; rears' 0.- 2 ie nI .lt \a yn uei ian, jlutujiaud tan-p'cAn D u~ eletso.& Appantc tery
flM C!1 t~co rin etiall A I lllinnilb~sl. A a I unin f, .Il n eieeyio anvasnic barttery am-
ttnhc iyco sdn byA I lbul u n-~ a odie it. medicated.
lormation ooerning I'a te,1u.. nutPI'I.I t.. ob .0't ugpensorile, Spi-
aII them semt free. Also a currlnhu ui mirhane. A A C'. D -; I. wtililth eb3o1l-lia
5a ndd sci.einc booLk eant i crr. C a B oellloW ot Ri Appliances,
Pa~tos Mak b ourough Mum&n & Co. receive ita i. eI'it.-Ilrku s le and yueul1.s t -ut t- el Bupporters, Vests,
&Io notcr.i TSie c ALmlrt ni pei. aer, knd V Draewers, Offlca Caps,
=a are brioaart wrii elybeboreff! nu u,,c with.. s, "0 s0e1eti erIi t ad t ci. u notinju ry I, cit h umai ,erad
theimetor 1`1-350-ai- wper, ae ln radR de
I.v rthe l Cures Rhtlmattsie Liver f Youth,
al r a d i a t i o n o f an y i icL w o f .-. -t th e ia s p ti t e n ,:,i n iaa s t m e : i su,!l' p ia ity C11mtp ia t;7 D y sip op s i I, 'E r r o r s o f Y o1t h ,
W 83 a year. Sno coiesLost Inho h. Nerousness, Sexual Weak-
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luuit; 3111 Bnu'..curantr'xr;I. AddressII. MO 'oi L l>.. r, s '2'. r Voita.Medica Appliance Co.,
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Ruugh and Dressed Lnmber of All Grade.


THE PATRONACE OF THE PUBLIC SOLICITED.


STUMP PULLERS.



THE SMITH iGRUBBER.
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The demand for a practical machine induced us in 1881, to turn
from the old style of stump pullers and we made and put the first practical
machine of this class on the market. We threw out all sawed timber
all common iron,-all light pieces, chains, links, open hooks, springs. bolts,
straps, clamps, thimbles, splices,, screws, gears and eccentrics, and at
done away .vith all perceptible friction by reducing the number of pieces
the machine from 47 to these being properly formed and proportione,,
giving equal strength, making a stronger, more powerful, lights
handier, cheaper, faster working and a more durable machine than
otherwise could be made, and to counteract the extreme prejudice against
the name stump pullers; the new machine was called the Smith Grubber

W. SMITH' Grubber Co,. LACRESCENT,MVINN




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