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 27, 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. ANDREWS BAY,

cirst, Last, And all the

Time!










In`dr;


VOL. IV. ST. ANDREWS, F
'i


OFFICIAL DIRECTORY,

UNITED STATES.
enatoi Hon. am'l Pasco, Monticello;
Hou Wilkinsou Call, Jacksonviile.
Represent ves-lst District, R. Mal-.
lory, Pensactlia; 2d District, C. M
Cooper, Jacksonvilie.
Land; Office-Register, J. M. Barco; Re-
Rereiver-NID Wainwright, Gaineaville
STATE.
Governor-He ry L. Mltsbell; Attorney
General Wm. B. Lamar; Secretary ot
State; J. L. Jrawford; Comptroller, W.
D. Bloxham: Commissioner of Agricul-
ture, L. t. Wombwell; Superintendent
of Pulilic Instruction, W, N. Sheats;
Treasurer, C. B. C Ilins; Justice of Su-
preme Court, R. F. Taylor, Tallahassee.
SENATORIAL. DII'TRICT
Senator-Wilkinson Call, Jacksonville.
WASHINOTON COUNTY.
Representative, W. "R. 3iner, Chiplcy,
County Judge, Wm. B. Jones, Vernon;
Clerk of Court, County Clerk, Recorder
eed, B. LBsst; t

shori f, C,. G n. C iipln i : Treasui'r,
R C.. Home, .'hipl : Ta Collector, .I.
W. Criteye, V r.lunI ; 'j1 it Assesst) or, A.
Gav, I.rasiv lPoint; Si c'erintlenc nt
eI" l'ulilie I ns riietii'n, I. L Clii'rli.,
Vei'io ; Sur ur, Thos. Collites, C'hip-
Iey.
.ST. A.\NDREwI.
Justlicc .,f the I'c:tce. G. B. Tlirnmi-oii:
Notary Public, DeIputy Circuit Court
Clerk, 11. D. Hoplkill-: School S. iper-
lisor, IR. F. DB akin; Post Mristress,
blrs. E. 1'. M1nxo,.
11 \ i er] '- .
Notiry P'iillie. (. 1 '1 l,.unh psint; Post-
latnrter, C. J. Demorest.
PARKER.
lost mist rciss, Annie R. l'P .rler.

rAl.llOtN (UNTY--CROMANTON.
Notaries, E. Mosher, Frank Hoskins;
l'ostuiiazter, W. M. Croiman.

R E TT G I0 U S.
ellhoudist-Chuirch corner of Washing-
lul avenue and Cl'he-vtit. street-Rev. W.
MA. Cromani pa.-tur. Preaching at 11 a. m.
and 7::1J p. im.. every altc inait Suinda y.
Ser enth Day Bia;l.tist--Mc-ts et ely Sat-
urda?' at I I o'clock a. m., corner of Wood-
bine avenue andlP ;iy Viet streets: prayer
exerting same plaice e e-ry IJr;da eieinig
at 1:30.
l'r'eshteriai-Clhurchl corner L.raine
vellue and Drake street. Ierv. C. P.
Slade (Cliristiian) pr.e ches Ii' pterli -
saiou every alti'eri;IIe 'li-uni.i at 1:3:1 p. 11n.
C(athili -C'liurelh curn,'r \' .U niing ave-
lue aliid Fu'6trr 3tleCt.


BUSINESS DIRECTORY.
F. B. BELL,
Notary Puliic for the Slate int Lai.ge. Of-
fice in J o. 'itls'-..yre, F,
Pa aKEr., LA.
W II. 'ARKER,
Noltarv I'nllic and Sur\eyor. Special at-
te'ition git'n tio all Nolariail blusiners;
also to the DIrait ig of Mape, Charte, ele.
Parker. Fla.
.1. HUU HES,
Watchmaker, Jewveler and Olptician.
Office and 5ttileri'hnrin itn 4eo. 1{ in-
sell' strait colier f' Bay View and
W\'yoming avenlnes.
St. Andrewq, Florida.
1. D. HOPKINS,
Notary Public.
and Deputy Circuit Court Clerk.
Office aid lodgings in the Rodney
building 2d door north of postoffice.

DR. .1. .J. JESTER,
Homeopathic PIhysician and AXc
uclucler. Office Pioneer Drug Stole,
corner of Shell avenue and Michi-
gan street,
St. Audrews, Florida.
W. O. BUTLER.
Attorney at Law. PractiNes in State
Ind Federal Courts. Will attend the
Courts of St. Andreus whon wanted
Residence and office,
aipley, Florida

EDWIN A. EMMONS.
General .VIrp,r lpp 'r agnd Periodical
A- G-TE C o -
('HCo.Aoo HERALD, N. Y. WORLD, N.
Y. HERALD AND CONCURRENT PUBLI-
CATIONs, ST.LOuis REPUBLIC AND SAN
FRANCISCO EXAMINER.

Subscriptions Solicited.
a -


THE-MAlLS.
_a_ .we r .
parts ever M
o'clock: arri nvv except Suin2
aay at 12:3;J p. ai.
East Bay mail for Harrison, Crominnton,
Parker, Farmdale and W'.taiippo, leaves
St. Atidrews going east etery morning
at V o'clock and arrives, coming west
every al'ternoon at 3 o'clock.

Late Register U. S. Late Chief Clerk U.
Land Ofic, !. Land Office.
Gaines'ille, Florida.
L. A. BARNKs, W. PoaTER.
BARNES & PORTER,
Land Attorneys,
Gaiuneville, Florida.
Seven years experience in the LT. S"
Land Office.
All matters before the U. S. Land Oflice
at Gainesville, Fla., and Geueral Land Of-
lice at Washington, D. C., will receive
pronpt attention,
Patents procured in all classes of land
entries, and particularly in cases of Span-
ish Land Grants. Parties notified of Cnn-
cellations. Amendments and changes of
entries elffcted. Contests carefully con-
ducted.


SURBER'S


EXPRESS
I am prepared to do all kinds of
Hauling at the lowest living rates
and give entire satisfaction.
WOOD AND ENCE POSTS
Cut and delivered at reasonable rates
G. W. SURBER.


PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY
One Dollar a Year in Advance.


WILLIAM A, EMMONS
Proprietor.

E. A. EMMONS, - Political Editor.

Display ad rates 50c per inch per monlh.
Position and extraordinary condition
rates subject to special agreement.

Mono, or Bimetallism.
It seems that the Pensacola News
and the Buoy are almost alone in the
fight for sound money in the First
congressional district; but there is yet
hopes that the commonwealth may,
b Qs.1i A


W- 1`7"iyi -f -rrr 11C I -_ 1 --
Had I but knomn! t

Hadl I ihut known th-it his manmmiii
Woiild live it th iu anil Ilntike iitv Ie f
A ln111l.- wi tith ler ein ldling Wiays,
AnId i\icked Ionigu cleati-ng stliife; .A
And that hins sister. amti his auntl s
Would daily come with us to dine, r
And tho' ablstainers i ) nould imbilbe
Enorniioiint e uantities of wine-
Had I but kn,,n n. c
c

Had I but known on pitgili'ta
And Ihrsesh l'd l;i\ lini v litis;
Thut all my money shutild lie spent
In paying off his gambilling jdvlis; t
That from his lips 1,r'fA.i ityI
And slantiL would never casie l.a flow;
That barmaids' n it enraptured him,
That l'd lie called ain ld .l -arecrl. ---
Had I but kinowin.
ilt.
Had I but known tihen ittd I should
Such strange di. covlelries Iha \ve nmadle-
That her sweet blu~shes were but rouigei
And i;Irr;'tin LCr sile ipoia:ide:
For why those clas-ic libr;ids Ibut hid
A poll as Il':I ;is billiard ball
Andi ler ''dii iily nV oulded I'orum"
Was only padding italer aill
Had I hut kuown.

Had I Iut kno n her iclr',-d eer ccln s
Were with a lcmi-t'sa pelin il nimile,
That drooping lasli and'edgeol lid

6hade--
That bella donna she Iould use-
Tlhat in my shoe I'd find one day
Her pe.trly teeth-l-iht ttillt her fringe
Two kittens ou the floor would play-
S U r. lY ke i ... !

Had I hut known she could not sew
A Iutton on a shirt; that she
Could neither darn oi knit a sock,
Nor even cook a chop Ior im--
And it'agtainst extrava.gan. c
I should attempt lt) r ne.'.11- t.-tr te,
That she would turn with witlh'i:ng look;
And eloquently me Ierate.
Had I but known.

Somewhat of a Curiosity.
Kentucky elects but one republi-
can member of congress, Mr. Wilson,
who lives up in the mountains. Mr.
Wilson said to a Detruit Free L'res
man not long ago in a talk on expe-
rience: '-One night I was at a hotel
in Lexington talking with hnime
friends ill the office, and incilc. tall'
it was mentioned that I w\a.- a relpub-
lican anil a mn-mnber of congress.
Later in the evening, when I was
about to retire, a man with a dia-
mnoid in his shlirlt front and the gen-
eial air of a fakir of bomle sort cauIe
up and spoke to me."
'"Excuse me, mliiter," lie said, "liut
did I understandL that you w;as :a re-
publicani?"
"Yes," said I etnri.ilusly.
"And a Kentucky cuiigr'eshnali i'
"Yes."
- it u X ,.1I I" i ,.n a Ft h tel inll?"


Samuel J. Tilden's
The following which


Prophecy. eabil' seen what ch
is produced to.


by CLas. A. Dana of the New York
Sun as occurring soon after the re-
bellion. in a conversation between
Samuel J. Tileen and a prominent
southern democrat, has evidently
been "touched up" considerably to fit
the occasion; but at all events, it is
worthy of the careful consideration of
democrats at this hour, and if it is a
truthful report of the great states-


Had Mr. Lynch E
ments .made by Fat
the apostate priest,
easily discovered th
ship of J. Wilkes o
Wh,-n a man is
travels over the dis
the Vatican at R
France, to assassin
Catholic pre ident,'at.


man's views it is at least remarkable that hose, and who'
that his look into the future should had a place in heaven.
come so near being a prophetic one gaged for him by


Mr. Tildeu's reply to a query as to
the future of the democratic party.
,was: -.- o Iw
{ii^^ W l~f f^W W HI.'{".~t il-nll 11


-- i. Lii l', YUJ H II my creditl two l "rte
That made me a little hot, but 1 lt t
Ue~~~iiilit ~ ~ haet b'hl ir vi tu'


-' 1 ~ ~ -_---_ ~


"What'salaiy Uo you git?"
"Five thousand dollars a year."
"That's aliuu: a huuidreld a week,
alu't it?'
"*About that."
"Are you going to be .iusy this

"Well, not so busy but that 1
might undertake something else if
there mas money in it."
"Come over here a minute," ihe
said moving off toward a corner.
"What is it?" I inquired, when
we had got away from everybotly.
"It is this," he said, earnestly;
"I'm traveling with a circus as a side
show man and I want a curiosity for
the southern circuit. If you'll come
with me for the season I'll plank down
$50 a week and expenses an 1 yot
won't have a thing to do but make a
little speech tellin' who and what yotu
air, and I'll agree to git you back in
time for congress in December. Is it
a go?"
The man was in such dead earnest


crosses himself wh
gI]llotine,Lf wh-4


axe., ftor. sulscril.'ers withliut char.re
1or outr ervice.q. Any inttl irie.-' U i-
eruning taxes.q hhliil always Ile ac-
outi pantiei. l with a full anr onl e llj'ete
le. criltion oft the lanil--we canll it
no instance hunt up o,11 letters to
ind it; they are not plreerve'l-- al -
vitil at least six ets. lpotase, rfir tihe
:illect r'-"s office ih ti fty\ i iles ait\\;
lnd, t- d,o any buitinessi with him Uwe
n- 't wiite himin; send two ets fo'r hisi
in-iwert and two cts more are re'liiredi
o .i-swer tlie c',)]'res.)..ii lerit:
S. 1H., Wheeliing, W. Va.: The
telephone etiterpri.-e i' sinmily wuaitiln
i'r estimates and otihel infir-niattiole
essential to success; if, wihell this, i.,
received it shall be found ai ablee
to pr'icee -d, a meeting will be callelI
at mnce andi the company ,,ganized.
P. GI. I., latan, M51.: You ill fiii,
tax collector'is name and adl re-s.I ill
tficial directory; this page.
C. E, Van P., Hastings, Netb.: Y,,u
canl pay directly tot lhe tax coillectir;
lint it w ill isuic ycou better satisla e-
lion to entrust the matter to tihe
DB.,oV; iuin serviceIs will co)-t 'l1u uth i-
illg if you are a suali-.eriber alnd only
25c a year it' you are not; see iln-
stirtictions above.
J. T. B.. Marianna, F'a.: Thier.
las beei no notice, either officially ol
CuherLwise of appeal yet, atnd while

likely to be, nor a shadow of reastili
to st lppose that JIIdyge BIn:ts' decis-
ien will be reverse'I it there slionild
be; thle chaiarteri.tie cirresliondenlce
;alnd iretiI you Lrefer to was evidlentiy -fi
liie n mconcction and purposely a-
ranged or uinwiittiig.ly usel to, as far
as the limited influence of the miedi-
umn extends, Lie detrimental to the
prioperity of St. Andrews.

Two Edged.
Sun.
Nathan Levy-I say, Jacob; dot
Ikey Eiinstein was a mean man. He
vas too g,-raspnig foar his town gout.
la,:,,li S.ulinoi,-,, lluw vais ot?'
Nathan LIe' -Vy', ye-sterdliy- I
ga\e him my note I.,r $100 at dirty
dIa's und py a mii.,take I dated it
1889. Yen I remember vit I did I
-ent to hiiim to get ldt note Iack,
unld he 'aybs I loni't rectii'y ni-,take-
tafter v' leave iy otfi.,,. I've g't
vour l,,tc dated Jani. 1, 1S, utinud
it is eleveill Iii.ilIth ,ve i'liu int I I'll
charge y'out a year's iltter-nt."
Jaeul. SIuloons<-Dn.,- t vo.s nolt
right. V'-t liaf vyoiu Ilu-ne?
Nathan Levy-I t.l I liimi dut I
vniilul alile by hii- d cli"iioii. Ibut pilot
as I faiiled I t.- Anguit': InlI oilly Plaiil


nit a-. t ose. aHir. "..


v:is vound up lie vould lihaf to sue dcer


ctei.litot-, fit- del' imioutey.


lie \a a


mcann man, lht II;ey Einstein.

Evolution Contradicts Itself.
If mian hias aeelled iI on: lthe
monkev iniitead ofl de~aseelin g frolti
A main; if lie la colinI up from tlhe
lower aniiall- andI not came (1 di'wu1
finlii heaven, tl en h i w i- it Ili:it he
Elhoutld have degenerated ani. not im-
proved all around the ciiele of rIW


A recent acute


write cln this then.e has show n that
evel y aiinial power iu mitan has it i-
deigonle great loss, even tj thie ex-
tent l, a full half of its entire value
in tihe course of evolution. Men lme
from two to four times as large as
tnminkeVys, and size fo'r size have hall
their strength and one-tenth of their
agility. As to power uf endurance,
hung er, e-xposure, care of young,
gestation, delivery of young, ability
of yonng to care foi themselves, etc,


thtat I couldn't resent the ofe- u


respectfully and firmly declined it.

" Make ready for the Fourth of July.


the ability of the race from which
they have deteriorated (not decend-
ed) on the basis of evolutiou.


courm disguisia
ance to that extl
would not have rcc.-'
not helped in the tr
the disguise it nee'
donned another na
the inn at Ellenvil
carefully and certain
seen him before.
The guarded inqui
forth revealed an alaj
very beginning. Folh
left the hotel several
ing the landlord that
to return until a late
not until mornifig.
had been seen or heat
quently the propriet
any further informal
that the valise coni
amount of luggage wa
Manson had not--'
ing truth which he
days before. The las
two East Indians the;
not toward New York
tion of Ellenville. It
him not to connect th(
connection was renm
alarming when he leaz
lord that on the evel
disappearance. -when
the town, he caught
sepoys, who appear
avoid identification
not to know them.
This discovery so
that he was on the po
Chief Varick to send
come himself, but h


E


., DEC.


be belon_~_ ___etl ~


.be belon;led
-4 t

I the statw-
S.CLhnnoquy,
eld have
urcf relation-


watched, an:l
ce between
ana Lyons,
an anti-
e request of
i.,abs he ihas

.Pope: anod
idto the


27, 18 4


!Fr I
3,.-'--.. -- r)"


Looking
ronnm Ar.u


COOv PY' i94 Y t Ot'ltB.l.ItlCorTr CO'
dignified a position Jerrold's'words,
[cis.i'rt.:r.] I too ha d acquired .a.wide significance,
around the kpf d1:.r:ni d but they were feeble a impare with
itn- linf-rrld 1 tig :r Qr .e lh* szilen. outburst iafi from the


-~-- r'
Stolld that ,- hI 1 .. an f'tr 'sone
tim", a.nd. i th'," w s:, n, ',,',i wh-u h
-ould n b, ,C I':. M :.,.n ,h ) n,_,t v.-nit,



LPE. day., anl a i.al.._' zi :h1 '. 1 L -I .,J. t: Ir .-
gait falli:ir. T'l \v ..'. .r v : s c ,lt iill
n Prt..it A-ocla- raw, and no one wuuld bu abroad at
such a time runle.ss there was urgent
need for his exposure.
After reaching the hotel and s.nml:in;
1 a cigar Manson incased himself in a
iaackintosh, lit another (ci- r and saun-
). Jared out in the chilling drizzle and wet
U AnI' RUBY!" darkness, determined that he would not
come back to the hotel until he struck
:.upon something. t
Inquiries made earlier in the evening
S were answered by the statement that
Lc f, Miss Gildr and her servant had left the
homestead two days before. The place
'- \ was locked up and would not be occu-
J QI pied until it passed into the hands of a
) t i" ': new owner. Nevertheless a strange im-
31.'A-: pulse caused Max Manson to turn his
footsteps t-vi;nr tl '-the lonely building
standilnt among the grove of trees on
the outskirts of the town.
jol.|' rn/,:" The lamp in front of the gate c'st a
,ititric ;it tlh(. weak light for a short distance, l, ing
. .ni'.?. .wit,, maintained by the town of Ellenville,
cities of thl which was obliged to keep it going every'
tat intters t, night unless the moon was kind enough
uciiero intfr.st. to render it titnrc.-.sary.
i 1uuers t.-'ks1 The same inmpulse which causeil Mna
undertouk -were Manson to san;nter through the disagree-
ing character. able night to this lon-ly spot led hin si- s
1i tte-p intt :" Itlntly to ent' r tlhe gate and approach the
ah's ruby. I r ilding, v.'l:hi, was invisible in the
s uniq. f goom. He v. :alkel lightly, as though he
and F.; '... feared to be dletecte,1, int surely hle had
in m t .. nothing to arpreht'nl of that nature.
f their i He mtle a circuit of the structure,
veing .lancing up at the windows anld picking
to toh:r. his way with care, for he was liable to
would '. colido with the libs and trucks of trees
S .. pose those'biTan cold telT
son1 I many straingei t.il.' if thr-y had tonguecs,
-.any v:I I but so coul]l ev-.vN' dwelling of mn:i.
so-wl..:: tI- Theyr ni.c iw .:..crtd and way ren.aini
ative. th? ll f so for weeks or moitlls."
was full of He was st.ariing on almost the preci.-.
to face any spot where Fu.l-,t ut sii.Tul,. stood .l hil,
f the certainty watching the East I,.iian in the tree as
bout entering he strove to catch a gliIlnl.e '-f the. in-
ask than usual terior of the ro.om neatir him.
to request the This window,. as wll be remembered,
his aid in the had a curtain, but it was like all of the
ing without a windows on the second, floor in that it
was unliroviided v"th shlttcr.l. He was
Lays, and not a looking upLward, with no expectation of
reflected the discovering anything, when he became
w, more uneasy aware that the window was dimly visi-
Swilling tocon- ble through theo darkness.
mnylonger." By t,.: l. rr.l .1 ..::!" lie muttered,
; morning that "there's a li.! t in that room."
i the interior of It y I b id, thlut this was s-ef evi-
lowing dispatch dent, istsliu Ich .. tle v.'ilnclw must have
from S. S e-been utterly Livi .ile? without the aid of
from S. Sme- some illuruination b.'inld it.
Go to Ellen- ,-Y ., thlre's,: light the-re, ani if alight
'ou ned Dlr.? there must b ,1-,.'rous, whiih being the
failfl; kepme case I pri.l,,," o to fin:! out something
of events." abot the I-ln-ine:'."
Varick received T,. 1 :te ; -as which Wichmanused
notifyinghinmof suggeisted it.:-If to ML:.son, and \within
the iV'.', :iinnt *s r-.icc. ..ling his discovery
convinced that eof the light he \wa- stealthily cliumbinl
s friend that he the ;wt Lar:, c.\%itinuing the effort until
e fullest possibl he reach. 1 tih 1 .-irch that had1 been used
iced that only by I li- r .i s.
to unravel th It haPi ,:' Il in this ca.e, as with the
,ing deeper evry s y, t.hit ite cnrt:ainu was raised to that
n Fl," w h extent that lie coul-. l it-, the int,:riir of
,*enF ol0," wa his the: rn.om. The liampl which gave the
off is at the bt h iillt w,'"s ':t .,:i far back that the dimn
iu and be |placl rtl-tction ag:u:g:t th:.- curtain was ex-
no and be pla'e*d l_,lained"
SI show myself t. iie.
Ishowtsetlfect. Seated at a t:al.lo in the r:ar of the
;not see Detect- apartment were two men in earnest con-
imself was wht verse. One was Dr. Maiodilhfit and tL.
itselff waa i what other a pers nl whom Max Matiauon had
rutenatiLJn iL i* .


tat his own wife- But that which fairly took the breath
t ed him had she of the detective was the si',ht of an ob-
emation With ject v'll.' t i two men vere hundiL: T,
bination. With i I Cl 'Ll
it be said that he p:.- 1. '- .. f rth tnd discus :gs
4 the landlord of v. . . ..'. '
scrutinizing him ..rT , -- .', -i.- utter. 1
at he had never That, is the L,,nu. rajah's ruiviyl"
t he had never- j;
C IAPTEP. \'Il.
s which he put
rnng fact at the w r. :' ,': ::-:.Aii '. TO "2 ::-:?
m Simpson had T!h: c':'rl:.'.i.: n t D:. Mailho'f v..as a
ghts before, tell- y. '. : i':i o( rp'.sw'-ing al[io.- rin -e,
e was not likely wl:,. as w,: iivi.staed, Dt-ec-'tih fH I-
our. and p'.ssibly g.E' lih' 1 'i-, r be.fore- tcn. Ttr t -o
ee then nothing v' 'te s:'atirl at a small round table to
of him. Conse- the rear uf th .- r.:-i:m an.l conversing in
could not give 1'low tones, while they i,;-aed tho mnarvul-
n, except to sa on.- r::ji.i's rul,y back and fourth between
ining his small tlLhm.
still in his roor The officer listened closely, .but was
a disturb- unable to catch a syllable of what was
d learned some said. The utmost he could do was to
he knew of the detect the In3iuinur of the' younger per-
were proceeding son's voice v'ht hlie -i .ke. for it pos-
but in the direc- sessed a deep, sonororr.i quality that was
as impossible for more musical than that ,f tlie other.
two facts. This Had the listener L,:,i ': alle to overhear
red the more the conversation doulbt'er-i the whole ex-
ed from the land- a.perating mystery .oaill have been
g of Simpson's cleared up; but, .; L:. been shown, that
Sthe outskirts of was an impossibil'.-.
ght of the two Was not the -,, : of Max Manson,
so anxious to however, so far a.n rajah's ruby was
at he pretended concerned, finished .: le had beersent
to Ellenville at tl,- i,.,-uiiest of Dr. Maid-
npres-sed Manson hoff to discover \v.lit had become of the
t of telegraphing wonderful ge: i t': ,t hnd been stolen
him help or to from the late "r ivermore. Here it
decided to wait was within a. i i-,t of him. in the


at once to the matter that brings me
back. You are aware, of course, that
your conduct has compromised a wom-
an's name, and that the garrison is
talking of nothing else."
Jer-rrold grasped the back of a chair
with one slender brown hand and looked
furtively about, as though for some hoped
of escape. Something like a startled
gulp seemed to work his throat muscles
an instant; then he stammered his re
ply:
"I don't know what you mean."
"You do know what I mean. Cap-
tain Chester has already told you."
"Captain Chester came in hero and
made an unauthorized inspection of my
quarters because he heard a shot fired
by a sentry. I was out. I don't deny
that. But he proceeded to say all man-
uer of insulting zekL upnwgg~abl


debt, andl no way of paying
piicii]a>l. They charge $6


,:<.- :; "*^ --- ::*: -:.' p.. ".. ',
"He sigjlrl ,7 to somebody."
Dr. Maidhoff had raised the curtain to
;he top and was standing in full view
with the lamp in his hand, as if striving
to peer into the impenetrable drizzle on
the outside.
Standing there, he held the lqmp above
his head, thus bringing it near the top
of the window, and then, pausing for a
minute, he extended ihis arm so as to
shove the light to one side and out of
sight of any one on the outside. It was
kept thus for a brief space, when it was
elevated once more over his head.
This maneuver was repeated three
times, when he loweredl the curtain, dip
alpp.:-arl, anl evidently wi:'idrAa.-ing to
hi-i forimr sse 't left th' sawo dull illu-
minatio-i in tIio apartui-nt.
"He signaled to sonCebody," was th-h
thought of the watcher below, "and
who can it be?"
Hadl the sun been shining a person
stantih g in the pI:-;ti:i cf t l.. d'i : .-r
could r :e'lily % hi, r .''i v'..i..' v ..; at
no great distance. The conclusion
therefore was that he was communicat-
ing with some on? there.
But, turning his gaze thither, M:a:ion
discovered nothing in thi nature of an
answer. Here and there twinkled the
lights in the houses (_t the town, n.t


tionsfho had just witneTsed.
"It may have been dono without my
seeing it, or, what is as likely, no reply
was expected by the doctor."
No glimmer of light as yet concerning
the missing friend, and just now he was
of more concern to Max Manson than a
thousand rajah's rubies.
Standing thus in the drizzle and
gloom, depressed, perplexed and at his
wits' end, Max Manson gradually be-
came aware of some faint but increasing
odor that was in the air and making
itself manifest to his sensitive nostrils.
Memory is impressed the most vividly
through the sense of smell, and that
which stole upon the detective was pleas-
ant and familiar.
"At any other time," he reflected, "I
would have sworn that that was caused
by one of Fol's delicious Perfectos."
Peering about in the darkness, he saw
a tiny point of fire on his right. Mani-
festly it was the glowing tip of a cigar.
Somebody was near him and smoking.
The aroma became more distinct, for
some air current persisted In bringing it
straight to Manson.
"It must be he, for few smoke such
fine cigars."
While he hesitated to speak and was
puzzled beyond expression a suppressed
voice called to him through the gloom:
"Hello, Max, is that you?"
The red point dropped downward, as
though the smoker had removed it from
his lips, and Folsom Simpson advanced,
the larknesa being too intense for him to
be seeu, but the soft rustle of his feet on
the wet grass was heard.
"Well, this is a welcome surprise!"
exclaimed the delighted Manson, finding
the hand of his friend and heartily shak-
ing it. "I didn't know what had become
of you."
"I'm all right," was the cheery re-
qiMc-inm T--i:vo n ci.rar'T"_


'"Thanks, but what has happened to
you, Fol'" .
"Nothing special, though I have had a
somewhat lively eicrit.c e since I saw
you; but confound this wet and cold.
Let's go to the hotel where we can
warm up and be comfortable."
"But what of those people up there? 1
suppose you know qbout them?"
"Yes, I had a peep into the room
ahead of you and saw what they were
at. They will keep; we needn't bother
with them."
"Then you observed that signal a few
minutes ago by the doctor?"
"Of course. I couldn't very well help
see-ii it."
"Have you any idea what it meant?"
"Not a very clear one. but I fancy it
was inte.wled to apprise some person
that everything was right. In fact, I am
quite sure of it."
"For whom wps it intended?"
"Miss Evelyn Gilder, who is or was
standing at one of the windows in the
office of Dr. Maidhoff awaiting the noti-
fication."
"But what the mischief is the mean-
ing of all th:s tomfoolery?" asked Man-
son.
"It is a curious affair all the way
through, but this isn't the place to dis-
cuss it. Wait till we get back to the
hot. [TB "
[To BBE ONT0N1ED.]


There is no end to the combs of gold,
silver and shell for the hair. Evidently
the t'ahli ii hrt-,t to stay.


ait ,the rate of $1,s00 a year, or $-4 at
ieck ail '1 0 n Ilut work ten It.n: i 1
tlay, it get or take a iholiiday v ten
they like. They work or play, hut
there is in reductiou of pay aud timey
fortu a uninr to keep up their wages,
whether their employers like it or
not. This is a combination ,'f a
dangerous chardeter. Every one of
them kinew that tthe people expected
a reduction of expenses and comnit 0u1
liine-.ty requires a man to bring h[
expenditure below his salary. .\.1L
these men; all true patriots-- ave
unark-couli net and would not wv k
for less than $36 a week. The
comptroller iay cry out for ecoinolm1y.
the governor may ask for retreunch-
inent; 1ut their dictionary hadi not
those words. Now lut us .-,,e \wlh.:t
a;lit)0lnt oif \wk our seiiat-r! ani
represutlalti\e- did and what surt tof
\work was done in the sixty days.
About i00 bills weie introduced anit
I,- t".e .- tlhre nn1l four hundreil pass-
od; ;a dc:cat inuther of alterations iln
tle constitution suggested, as the
le.-'le oinly li:ive the power to pm-%


constitutional amendments. A large
jiunlber ol pivai\nttl were passed,
Vitlhont onhoeiiAnn, 6 aSn
-fTrEIN'T'6ra fral- wilti two inches
of water navigable, for what is nit
stated; it must le for fiogsa. ''lhe
creek iln que.,tion flows from a seta-
toi's mill. A bill for the protection
of the soft shell, turtle and crab; anti
a bill for the protection of bulls,
horses and other aninials. The
Journal is so made up, that it is a
Chinese puzzle to the common citi-
zen, and no man can tell what they
did or what they did not. We had
onime little idea of the law of tio
state and its constitution on the firet
of January but now we do not know
how we stand or where we are; all
through the mad capleis of men, too
anxious to do sometliimg for them-
s:lves or their families. VWhen the
legislative history of .1893 copies to
be written, it will be known as the
nmaterly muddle of the 19th century.
The cost mult be near fifty :housnnd
dollars, $360 for time, about $40 for
Inileage, on the average of 200 miles
frinm home, that would be $400 per
Siman-over $40,000 in all and between
pages and all the suplernninerieH anti
incidelenal expenses, the state wiill
pay about fifty thousand dollars that
our wise man may pow-wow. We
will have two years to digest the


legislative pudding,' and thank our
stars that woe shall then have another


machine and mode of opperatiou must
be reversed, for now we find that we


bagged the chaff instead of the grain.
JUDGE.
--- **,---
Worth Knowing.
China has many stoue britJges
3,000 years old.
The St. Louis water tower is the
Iiighest in the world.
A newspaper has been started in


Cougo by two colored women.
A light suspension bridge
built at Niagara Falls in 1848
ill 1854.


A Galveston artemsian well was
sunk 3,000 feet without encounter-
ing either rock or witer,
Four Voinniese have been fiued for
jeering at a ;ady for wearing crino-
line in a public garden.
Mary Burten, a uoy maid of 101
buinicers, was married in the Grilnby,
England, purish church a few weeks

Some of the Comstock mines are
so deep that no moans have yet beeu,
devi-ed to overcome the excePsive
heat.


NO. 39.


O 1 i t is trielillreil uy ,i ,
i..i hor.-.. .Agai i the state is in
ni.l ipayini a heavy interest oie


,lelt
t lihatt


till' tl.o
a aIr r'I


was
and


i !
"That the % cinu l'ti
Chief Varick. in ijs
head of a Lir'n,: dete '
branches in the lean
country, had many imn i
engage his attention. hn
were involved'. auil thb
which he supervised anil
often of a difficult and~l
But lie hald grown tofj
est in the affair of the
it possessd many f' tLt
themselves. MAax MaIUs
Simpson %were among hi
employees. and thle fat'
intrustel with the ml
mystery wa~ a coin pln
men and sagacity wh

view between Varirk anu
without bri'ngin the
from Simpsoni, he bcami
easy. That rotund de
genial and good nature
pluck anwl never hesital
peril. but nothing sliort
on his part that lie was
upon a more dangc rous
could have induced hin
chief to send Manson t
event of three days pa
word from him.
"It's now three whole
syllable has reached m
chief in his private offi
than he would have bee
fesa. "I will not delay
It was on the followir
Manson at his home i
the state received the fc
in cipher from his chiefly
"Have heard notlhinu
thing is wrong with bint
ille without delay,
help telegraph m.c Dori
apprised of the progress
That same afternoon
a dispatch from Manuor
his arrival at Ellenville
The detective was se
some ill had befalleu t
prepared himself in tl
manner for duty, couvi
doing so could ho expect
mystery,which wasgro'
hour.
"Whatever has befal
conclusion, "Dr. Maid)
tom of it. He knows I
ive and will recognize
on his guard rhe instar
him. Therefore he nmu
ive Max Manson against
This observ-ation to
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er and if the sailors sometimes find it im-
Dossible to make schedule timeitmus t he
S- aug -d to the elements; they do the best
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7f1a7iTA ewvs SatiTrilny; renic ,'nn-
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Agts, St. .ndiewa Blay.


SCHiOONER
NETTLE.
CAPT. LESTR MIE.r..r'T.
Leaves St. Andrews every WcTdnOsd:lv.
Arrive at Pensacola vvery Th'urzday.
Leave Pensacola cev-ry Friday.
Arrive at St. Andrews every Saturday.
Fare, with board, $5; without hoard, $3.
Freight carefully handled.
apt.. F. H. AWa re, Proprietor.
SCHOONER
JESSIE P.
"APT. J. SCHELLENGEI.
Makes regular trips between Parke ron
East Bay and Pensacola; will make reg-
ular landi,-gI at. Cromanton and Har-
rison and at any other point when re-
quirtcl1 )beforehand to do so. Passen-
gerx and freight trans,;po:ted 5t reason-
altl' rates and satisf',ctioni gu.laant, ..
Orders left at the re"oidence of the cip-
thin :t. Andr-w- V" -7",;:i
and ca!it'uir ;tf -:ti+;); .
Jo;.s '. 'i;a, i'rcpri-tor.
ISHA F;;it0.
R 03
CAPT. :. ': V'ITHERIT,'..
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Carries the Ea"kt l.:vy ,ail; leaves St. An-
drews Monday, Wednesdrvy :,d F:'i.d
IIY,. Ii'l :-, lrrivin; aIt W'etaiu; o ne

nornin-s irrvinig 2, 't. A'nd .. s "i he
evening. P,.'ssngery nud fr'ei'ht t.-an:3-
Sported at '' "* f

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drens 'l'ueS,-IJ v. 'Tih .dI A .i r iii <.,- '
lmorninlgs, !ir Ii'.itk e :it i :',l,.i.') 'tlin"
evenings, Lea-e W, tappi ai i.le
nuornhings, arriving at ,t. AnilJiuew in
the evening. P.s.ngdii:er. ,iid freight
trpnaported at reaeonialle rates.

The Jessie P., came inl Stunday
evening and Monday went to Parker
with her cargo of gods for J. 'T.
Pitts, and sailed outwaril budiil \es-
terday.
Tle bnoy teller, L.iuranl c;me to
anchor in the lay ,ti St. Aidrews
Monday afternoon, anli i.- till in the
bay at this writing.
The Mary IMe came ilwn Mlond.la
and loaded w itli lumnl.er at Willutt's
mill.
The Nellie camnie in Mr..iay with
two passengers and a light freight.
81e started out for Pensacola yester-
day with six or seven Ipa,-.einge.rs.
The sloop Goo.l Hope l from, Sinlth
Florida, having on board a laige
cargo of bananas anid pineit.-apples,
stopped in St. Anurews t. dlisli.ise
of tho fruit, Friilay.

NO OTHER Sarsaparilla posses-
sea the Combination, Proportion
and Process which makes HOOD'S
-vplagrilla Peculiar to Itself.
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A eek's 'Weatlsi.r.
The follo-inmug tSWl9 "lt ..' .'iit in lie-
lemperaihnt m jit
dtiritig the pac;t wv-c-I. trilL in 1'- ;1.
taken i t the tP .-',- i- i .
and tiulmi


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LOCAL DRIFT.

-This is the last BuoY for 194.
-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 he without the Buor.
-The BooY wishes a Merry Christ-
mas and Happy New Years to all its
reader-.
-Call at W. H. Shands' Parker
store and get what you need. Price uss
low as circumstances will nllow.
-Legal cap, commn,'cial note
lettcr-be-id papers and envelopes, either
printed or olain at the Buoy office.
-It' yon are ont of work and w ant
profitable employment, write to the Ni-
tional Co.. 4th and Locust St. Louis. Mo,
-There will be preaching at the
school house on West Peninsula the fi th,
Sunday in this month at 11 a. i., by Rorv.
Mr. Webb.
^al ,.t....^. :. hr raernlalit i hf


I*


-.\iAil.'t 'veilNiy ,'h, hats b -
c,.>n. int, r-stet d in St. Audr vws mouhl
li'lo to }.. f-M.. Ia m p of tle tuo [ 1i1 ti c.1m1-
t i',tml- -ti)illtr,.. I't', all tllch ,w. 'iOumid s. a
i ii:t I'. i . dl..ilar .'VIA to II we c; 1 l IIr-I-
inish I ih.: .1 : town with the lots a..d public places cor-
rectlylocated. Besides this city 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 au easy matter to get their location
by the use of this map See advertise-
ments elsewhere.
-One of the most successful en-
tertainments of recent date on the Bay
was that of the closing exercises of Miss
Lydia Day's school at Cromanton last
Thursday evening. Early in the afternoon,.
boats conveying passengers for the occa-
sion dotted the bay in all directions and
when the hour of opening "arrived fully
one hundred people besides the school
proper had assembled in the church to
enjoy the exercises. As was to be ex-
pected, the program prepared by Miss Day
was most perfect in every particular; the
selections were made to suit all tastes and
the rendition admirably displayed the pop-
ular teacher's skill in her chosen voca-
tion, for each one who took part seemed
inspired by a desire to treat the audience
to a better entertainment than they had'
be6n in the habit of witi,-.sini,, and that
they succeeded in so doing was demon-


Burning Pain
Erysipelas In Face and Eyes
Inflammation Subdued and Tor-
tures Ended by Hood's.
"I am so glad to be relieved of,my tortures
that I am willing to tell the benefits I have de-
rived from Hood's Barsaparllla. In April and
May, I was afflicted with dryslpelas In my face
and eyes, which spread to my throat and neck.
I tried divers ointments and alternatives bul
there was no permanent abatement of the hurn-
ing, torturin gpain, peculiar to this complaint.
I began to take Hood's Sarlaparilt and
Felt Marked Relief
before I ha9 finished the first boiq onir


t I.in ,ts... I w v. W il. I.(n, pLT iti,-,tr O
tI. ne..itl. r"-i.,pteneil t A .li, w P.,iv
H,:t>l. E:.rh 11d. c.-i ir .I l witni her s t. ,i
t..,k...i I .I i- ,ly I'.-. in. iin th.: u1 '0 .t
glass ware, and so many and v.- i.lc were
tliesi, i. ;.. ., that it may be nro-t i lc ....i 1 .
marked as a crystal surprise. It so hap-
-'" n; .d that a 1r.jl. 1 .,l i:i,. lady was taken
conveniently ill and sent for Mrs. W. I;
before the appointed time of invasion of
her home, and never was a more complete
surprise than confronted the gi'.. I -i',n.-u
when the neighbor had urti:ii itll. I-:..\-
ered to permit her departure. '1II- -I-..it
time afterthe return was spent i -... il
converse and partaking-of an ,..|! in iri'u
repast provided for by the in\.i,.i,.r, -,:;il
the verdict of all was that th.- -.lli,;i:
was a signal success from be-i.rn l.u to
, end.
P.5 --.r ; ': I i .
Rev. Fatlier Baasen of I'cl-ne-.r .i
has been in St. Andrews for ,,.cill
days, the guest of F. H. .:lhe,-. al
and family.
John Woodhull, a gentle:l-ini li.. ii
California, but lgii-. tl'v a ci ti :.' I
of New York state was a [i-i..,-I. i
on the Nettie. Tile timc h 11:-.'.:,t i i
California las cured him of .in;, i,,-.-
ing for th.lt section, but it i li!h;..
his sojourn at St. Andrews 1;.iy \i ill
be productive of more 'a,* .i, ,.. iiii-
pressions.
Our popular t,..'vi:in :, }i.
Loraine, was a \ .-;,I" or; t ie Ni.t -
tie, after a week or two of v itil
In, P c i:.'.- ,,.1." .
.-~ ... ,I "-'i, ', r". *Hj f, 4 "
Nettie for Pens aeoa l where h, .. i!l
l; |; ro'..i:1 ii 1 in e I i tii-1 ..
M r-,H. l ri- ick, inr, lther J \,., .\im'i:i
I.lOniii~ tL,:o ether \\ ith thin lit 'r hi'. -
A;iinl her dali.ghter E',liih i nl :".,!I
\\'alter took ti.is.ige in lthi ..li tti:
intelldling tu rit-tll- ltrn o llhi.ii ii1.i l-11111
ill Detroit, M icII., whlie thliey ii! ,..-
.ile.
M ii, iMaiiuii \Vil-in \ h 'r -'. -
eral.-s lays \ i itt.-. \ ith I'!r-inds in l 'r.. -
miantull is welcomed hlejii .gaiiMi.
Prof. C arpinter, he ieeoiintly cli...
ed a fotur nt111lli-4 teini of school h1lI-.
departed on tihe Nottie i (c terldaly to
hi.-, hi:ue in Steul.,eni ',.,, N Y .

Gentlmenlen, h.ie tishoe workis; i
and fine shirts, p.aunts and under\tie'.
at l a,; kiii,' .


Of Augusta% iiJ.

More Than Pleased

With Hood's Carsaparilla--For Tet-
ter and Blood Ir..p~.rt:.os
Stronger and Better in l'Erery Way.
"I have been more than pleased with Hood's
Sarsaparilla. I have e,;I:.re,'li.\ith better break-
ing out on my face and all over my body all my
life. I never could find anything to do it good
until I began to take IHood's Sarsaparilla. I
have now used about eight bottles, and Oh, It has
done me so much good that I have the utmost
B arsar rp
H dy ^ parilla +
Hood's s, Cures
faith in it and recommend it to everyone. Besides
purifying my b1cod, it has made me so much
stronger and better I do not feel like tho same
person at all." ANNIE -ArmN-R, Augusta, Ky.
Hood's PilS3 act easily, yet promptly and
efficiently, on the liver and bowels. 25o.
PA R RA S
HAIR BALSAM
ClIjcn',j anud b, iultXi.s Ile hair.
m NCcPr .nils t' rnsoro (Vrby
fnair to? ip3 : oiuitlbu Co ..

'ihe CorISUmptive 3an:- .seCl nil all wbi
ruiTerfromexhauenr4.li. i ,Aili.u i1 i ti'arKer'e Girc..-r
Tcalon Itureane wJti i i., i. a Liun.i .i i. . -
.,.**alOna Female WIako uir, IKli uniAlI,-rpI a: id ihi <.l [1.
HsN .ERCOR j The u.Iy surp cut: -fir C rr.&
cljv. "l n iliJi m a .. i .l- (.i;. J.A',, al LrI ,f.rt.
l l '.* r T ilt ., L I i


The Old Settle
East Bay Peninl
Tuesday. Jan. 1,
nual picnic at th
Bell, Cromiadton.
in order. Bring
By order of the
MRS. C.

Pe


Associ::tion of
wa ill meet on
95, fur their an-
tesidence of Mrs.
Croquet will be
r F
,inniittee.
rtuilEIe, Cll'Il.


.l'9turned a Fri-


A ('orriton..
Correspond ic-cca0 uttl oA'.
ED. Buoy: 'Pleas veill the people
that the anlluilocel t of the Pioneer
Picnic as it has ap aared in the last
two issues 0 the Buov don't mean
what it reads, at It was just
one of the pireeidIe careless and in-
excusable blunder i when he shouldd
have' woded it: -'he Old Settlers'
Asssciatiou of E Peninsula will
hl1Ml reaniou and -nic at Cilman-
ton o-n Tuesday, .I 1, at 9 o'clock
:. nu. l;uinehs be ie n before dinner.
Jus. FORBEs Pres.


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F t'r-,.- rc-nt6 a.n 1Th c 4 LAni for Sale!

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r"Cerf cE6. at thee St. AndrewsHotel.
-'hlie quartette re rehearsing a
nefi quiclkstep which in all prlo ability tLh
people (%ill ,.t the libenefit of shortly.
-The ladies are invited to in-
spect the new stock of dress gods, prints,
cambrics, lawns etc., at John T Pitts.
--If your watch or clock is dead
or crazy, do not have it monkeyed with,
but take it to Hughes, the reliable
jeweler.
-Commencing last Tuesday, the
13th inst., the mail will be carried regu-
larly to the new postoffice of Anderson on
North Bay.
What's the use of wearing a sin-,
browned and sallow complexion when you
can get gold dust complexion powder at
T. C. Dank-ord's?
--A bible reading mrneting will
be held at the residence of Elias Ayars
tomorrow (Friday) evening, subject:
"Truth." Bring-bibles.
---Those silver moon writing tab-
lets at the Proy offic are fine enough to
satisfy :he most exacting society lady in
the land. Only 12c each.
--The niioiitiure of Tuesday even-
ing dampened the ardor of the dancers to
the degree tht.t tho party planned for the
night was indefinite'y postponed.
-Our Chipley letter reached the
office so late it must lay over till next
week, when it will doubtless be supple-
mented with additional items of interest.
-If yourneyesight is defective, call
at the Br:o office and be fitted with a
pair of the ce'l.lralted perfected crystal
enelsa, manufactured only by Kellam &
-1... .'A ll.anta, G a.
-t'alt. Ayv:tr, ha.l, had ,i' neat
S1...l....,f , :,c ;)-4 ,-r A RuuL Wr'r'" l"I`
for a ..tk or s, P.aintilg, ovc'ri.Tuli i
and putting ic bolo.t in fiit condition for
pleasure partic excursions. etc.
-W. H Pralker the Parker itea!
estate dl:,ler wi!l take l0 L ...ure ;in -I. ', -
il Le' ::r l..,lle illu.'illl, in o lil tt 'ir r lh t. l li.l' ill
]Jill.. i nr e'l- i.:w' -r,-', ;l!hJ .hen it c..:in-e
t,., I r -i il l in re..l e1 t tre, no one Can l 'll ',.
r.-....tt-l. iln l II' l l t its I ll:m l I....
-The St. A::l1w. .iH.,teil is nll. W
'iullyv opened ufr their nac.,ia,. niiolnatioii oi'
ll.cst s, sev rcTnl of whomin have availed
tbhenmselvs oft the lOospital;:l acco1neilnIl.i-
tio)tl- of ,te popular ) i c'prietres s, Mrs.
Wilson, who Eeetms as much at home as
ever in her new location.
-The oily thing now wanting to
make P'ittpburg on East Bay a popular
pleasure seekers' r aurt, is comn'orable
hotel acconlimod.tions. And recognizing
this want, N. W. Pitts has authorized the
Btorv to announce that he will give out-
right, a lirge, wi-Il-isiuat,-d lot to 'ann one
who u 'ill l.nild and operate a h ttfl Iat
lilt.ihuii ._, i.ki'nli, a full nia ra' nt'eei dee.l
for the .nie. HIitL. eir is an opening that
onlY' i -Is to b. ta!:cn a'l antave of to *e-
c'Lure it .. -uie lie it a goot paling busiin ss
-Mrs. H. Loraine who, althliughi
-he- is ait ij:<-snt conducting a l.oairding
h..'-i_- iin Pr,:ns...%o!a, te slill claim ii. ;\
iI .': 'i t ol St..Ai k ln c w i, .has rtec ntly re-
i,.nvd t'o :J'A3 Ua :\nl' street, corner (o'
li 'n .nt, II:;;ir tint- i'. it, whlire .sh is t el
omfnl'.irtial'iy ard l.,a--. l.tlly situated andJ
muu'h I lettlir pri-pared than heretolt'te to
eiiti".,tiii i -i r trann-it.n or pernianienit
g.ii-.-i.f, ',' eli rzi it will lie unnt -cc-' y tlii
-.l ..i t : s r, u l iii it. itioni to St. Ahi lr-' *-
PI,. ,: > !> !ial:;e lhi:r li.ou >e thl ir houlm


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talitinl '111ne on Satur-
anitit' iv t' tlananas for
r.;It \a. :i enjoyed here

na Pe.irl lIayuu also
*:' lini', .i:p hes of the
.OW,:' vaii.Ities which

at prn'-c t clerking for
It 'lt t- ,lt-'l -.
'lle li:i, h.en paintinO
f the tM-w Donalson
a.l1, i.re-,tly to the

af Hewah;tchka came
.laind held services
mni.i ing and in the
ehiil hl.i le; lie will
rn thLe 14hl of July and
lri.lly invited to at-

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ll .\11. went from
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it t.a a -a ';anI 1 success
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CRMrI GiaeColrlg f OF KY. UNIVERSITY,
I LEXI NCTON,KY.
Cheapest & Best Business College in the World.
Awarded Highest Honor at World's Exposition, for
ti.eo of Book-keeing and IGeieral Business Edue.a
lion. 10,000 Graduate in Business. 1000 Students
anodially. 15 Teachers employed. Cost of Full Business
Core, including Tuition, Stationery, and Board, about 090.
Short-Hlan, Type-WritI e-and Telegarphy specialtlel.
No Vacation. Knter now. Oraduates successful. This outy
Is beautiful and healthful. For crculars address,
WILBUR R. SMITH, LEXINOTON, KY.


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A CHANCE

FOR HUSTLERS.
We want several live, wide-awake
canvassers to represent the BuoY, in
connection with the National News-
paper Union. The work is new,
popular, and very profitable, requir-
ing neither capital nor previous ex-
perier.c. It is worth looking after,
and if you want a real good thing in
the way A light, pleasant and profit-
able employment it will pay you to
investigate at once. There is money
in it for hustlers, Wiite for partic-
ulars to "%
THE NATIONAL, CO.,
St. Louis, Mo.


WANTED
-To Purchase a Place-
OF ABOUT FWVE ACRES,
Partly improved,, with cabin or small
house upon it,
A Mile or Two From St. Andrevws
It Iniutbe a great bargain. Ad-


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SHOES, HARDWARE, LAMPS, NOTIONS,


BOATMEI'S, FISHERMEN'S AND BUILDERS' SUPPLIES.


Fish, Fish Roe and Oysters!

At the Very L west Living Prices.

S iF'Mvy Store is New and has every convenience for coluneting an
Extensive Trade. My LARGE STOCK will be adtled to lfom time tc
time as the mands of my customers suggest.

I am P:oplrietor of the C8HOONER JESSIE P, and will carr;
freight for East Bay Parties at Reasonable rates.

JOHN T. PITTS, PROPRIETOR.
Paker,, Waslhington -County, Fla.


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SURVEYS, MAPS AND CH ARTS
On the Shortest Possible Notice.

ASSESSMENT AND PAYMENT OF TAXES
Will be Giveen Prompt, Personal Attilenii,.
CALL ON
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Short Line Between Florida and All Northern Pofnts.
EVERETT, SAVANNAH, AUGUSTA, GA.. COLUMBIA, WASHINGTON,
BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA, NEW YORK, BOSTON
AND THE EAST.
Everett, Macon, Atlanta,: Chattanooga,. Nashville, Louisville, Cincinnati,
Chicago.
Everett, Birmingtam, Holly Splings, Memphis, Little Rock, Kansas City, St,
Louis, Chicago, Sioux City.
River Junction, Pensacola, Mobile, New Orleans, Texas, Mexico, California
end the Pacific Coast.
ONLY LINE WITH THROUGH SLEEPERS BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE
AND NEW ORLEANS.
Leave;Jacksonville 8:30 a. m., -and 4:15 p. m. daily with Through Pull-
man Sleepers for Everett, Savannah, Columbia, Wahiiigton. Baltimore. Phila-
delphia, New York, Boston and all Eastern points, arrive Jacksonville 10:20 a. m.
Leave Jacksonville 9!40 a. in. For Lake City, Live Oak. Madison, Montl-
cello, Taliahassee, River Junction, Pensacola, Mobile. New Orleans and
the Southwest, Mexico, California and the Pacific Coast. Carries Sleeper. Ar-
rive Jacksonville 8:05 a. m. Connect at *Ttlahassee with G. T. C. R. R. for
Carrabelle and Steamer Gov. John A. Dix Thursday noon for St.. Andrews.
Arrive St. Andrews Friday at noon.
Connect at River Junction, Fla., with P. & A. R. R. for Pensacola, nod Stemmer
Gov. Jno. A. Dixevery Tuis.-l.i at 4 P NM for St. Andrews; arriving at St.
Andrews, Wednesday at 7 A. M,
Leve Jacksonville 9:40 a.m i. for Stairk, Hawthorne, Silver Spring, Ocala.-
Gaine-,-vill.-, 'edar Key. Wil(tawvril, L-:.,-br;,-, Taveras. Apopka, Orlando, La-
coi,- .ANn-, l) d- : i-'ijl:+t ;: : ,,..;'-,. .'*r ,.i .Tack ,onvilH- 3:35 p. m .
5:45 p. mi., (Ciiielfinati Iiand Floridta iitntted, Solid Vestibule Train.
Time a lit ..o. '2( h i i t-.1 iin: a.- ii. Aa. ..itta, 'l. attanooga. Con-
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Thursday, Dec. 27, 1894.

ST. ANDREWS
PRICES CURRENT.
GROL' ERI ES.
lugar. I lb Tea, 6lb
Granilattel .... 6 % HeNo....... 75
C,'ll'e,.',A ..... 6 Gunpowder. 80
Lt brown..... 5 Uncol'd Jap.. 50
".I.:, tCond milk, .i' -can
Green.. -2~1r .-' .. Unsweetn'a. Ill,) 15
Li, ..... ?I . 1 2, Sweetened ..1 i. 15
,Ir, -:iap- . 10 Baking powder
,',,r,:ei.., ..Jda 8}1 Royal....... .. 50
2 )lacL:n, plug :3Ia0lli Campbell. .15a25
i.L inSii Canned fruit


FLOUR Coffee,-, 5;t 6i ltbs 1 (00
good;per lbl. 4 50 Best do 4 Wts. 1 00
a i bbl -2 40 Rice, 1'i:.'2fott.3. I 00
best 2 75 Beans ii hitci1' I I li
Corn per bu.. 7: Laid., per t-b. 1
Meal per bu.. 70 Dry salt pork ..l ..
Oats per bn.. 60 Bacofi per lb... 14
Chops, per hu. 70 Hatns.cal. ... 15
Bran, per cwt. 1 311 Buttvr, b.st .... 33
C. S. meal I 50 t'l. a, .r lb ... 35
GUANO Salt, per sack 1 Oil
200 lb sack... 3 00 Hy v cit, .. 1 "25
Milk;Miagnolia 10 Raisiins, 5.
Unsw't'd 132., Che, e. ..... .i
Rolled oats tb 5 Currants... 10I
Irish potatoes, per bu.. .......... I .1 1
SUGAR MIL I. .Tr
Gran., 16 tlb. 1 00 In bulk per lil 5 oni
A., 17 lbs.... I 00( Mackerel *" II
Llt rown, 18 lb 1 I0 PI umpano 8 01
Dry salt sides 11
WHOLESALE.
Cili('c fSi Beearax per rj. .
Grown per doz 3 10 HIDEs
Fries -2 00 According to class
Gophers doz 1 00 nnd quality.
Pensacola prices paid for all kinds of
produce.


Geo. S. Hacker & Son,


CHlI ON S. C.




Sasi, 0nB1ins,


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Building Material.
Window and Fancy Glass a
I Specialty.
ESTIMATES C HEERFUL LLY
SG(IVE N

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Express annGDrayage

S. ILE ARHBURN,
Successor to John Ldtz will attend
promptly to hauling freights, housbehold
goods, or any and all work entiusied to
him Baggage- delivered to any part 01
town at reasonaleIa r .. dLC' un
Loraine avenue.

S Ripans Tabules : a family remlindy.
ti:an is Tal .ulcs ,tr ha-, ua ie'


BAXTER.
Correspondence of the Buoy
We are having ,ome ine weather
and cane grinding is about over.
Several people are preparing the
land and planting out onions anti
cabbages.
J. C. Martin has moved to the
Lakes and leaves his place for sale by
L. C. Davis. It is a splendid place
with good dwelling and ld-tached,
kitchen.
L. C. Davis has some nice lots to
give away to parties "who will ereet
bnili g liii. U loni them.
Several parties are speaking of
planting out pecans this winter.
BII.L Ni:E.

CHIPLEY.
Correspoilndence- of the Hiov.
Theile eleteiin o' a county junlge by
the ex:euitiv\e conliuitteo andl his ap-
pointi, tii by the gjv\'ernor, ij tlhe
greate".t urLlurise of the selrton anti it
even beats the ,low price of colttin.
That the Mtranig.c.- case may be well
tf'kiit.3d]L it isy n-a.cLarv lu t ate;


iTat uiittLon 74hounIl be procured br1
tlhi barbeli cuie;
Tliat all imi ,i, speaking etc.,
S.hlil be attended to by the chair.


L.oindii la,'yeri .15 Peaches .. '!t.:
\'aletnC ia.' . .1-'., Tarnia .' . i.Oal
lice .......... i A ,li......... 1.
%i ples l'.':rt ........
Evap.iratilt .1 Y1.' plirn.i ......... -2
Dried Pe.tc.i.s 1 A iricot ..... -2
3oal Oil i r'_.l. .. 1 Sn t.wl.errie ... 2
olii,..: ..... .i Pineapple.... 2
laurid.at .u' .. 50 Canned Meats
,Jn.... .... 1.00 1] u i,-t RBeef. 15a2
ii..-ir........ 30 Corned H,. If 15a2
S" I . .. ..- 1;
Favorite ... I. ae .. ..
Corn Meal pr bu 7o Fresh .... .ball
Oat Meal pr tt . 51 1 r'kl'-t H.con I- 1
.ornper Ibu. ........ 5 IHa lm aivj1t. .i-A 1-1
?otitoes Shl uldl il ..... 1,1
Irish........ l-' i ef
Early R'se seed 1.ti6. L Coned .......... .H
Sweet...... ..il Fn'l% t .... ...i1
Salt, pr sack ... 1 I .ll.) ri ......... 25
Tale ........ .5 Milk pr at .. ..I
HARDWARE.
Nails, ue-r tH.... 4a4 Ax, ;th handle.$1.00
MAnilla rol-el2'1.:al5 Hoes, each... 35aii
Stoves .co.k,. W.a-'." Copper p-int, can 50
/Pipe, joint.lSa20 Liii[Scd n oil, gal.. 80
DRY GOODS,
Prints, per yd.. 5a8 ISiiiiams ..... 8a10
Shefti gs .. .. 7al0 Fl.ui nlI ....... 25a50
Muslin....... 9all Thread per spool. 5
Jeans. .... 25.4-' liii Shoes, ladies. $1a2 75
Extra panti pot.$52.;' Men's... $1 40a3 00
S MISCELLANE.L'S.
Hay pr cwt ... 1.35 Oats pr bu....... 60
Bran. .... .... 1.40 Brick pr M ..... 8.00
Rope Sisal ...1il(i,14 Lime pr bbl....... 75
S FRUIT and NUTS.
Oranges pr duz 35 Pecans pr lb..... 20
Apples......... 25 W walnuts. .......25
Lemons. ....... 25 Almonds.. ...... 25
Itrawlerries, qt 25
OYSTERS
In shell prl,000 $1.50 Opened pr qt .. 15c
LIVE STOCK.
Horses... $ ial0i10 Cows ...... $15a$25
Mules... $1IIii.i i.'15 Hogs............ $4
1 cmen.. pr Jok,' ..'.1 Sheep........... $2
l'.iIULTUY
iickensench 15ar5 .' -rsk- ,-achli... 4.3a5l(
Td rkeys .... ;5al.111 Duck- ....... 15;a2-'
S GAME.
Venison pr lI, 7-alU Turkoys 5. 1l.I.
FISH.
Fresh S1ili
Mullet pr doz "'25c M ullet pr blil 5.00)
Trout ..... :5 Triuit. .... 4.
Poinliano p i '_ J ',i _. iii,., ... lll.
Surgeon l ka'm ; l .. :;.)li
"' M I R.
Plooiiig, Ceilhin .
HeClrt,lj n .$1l;.00 IH rt, I'l t i. ..~1 Lilil
Face .. 141.1l F:,.eF 14 ill
sap .. .l ,010 2.11
Drop sidilig, t'ltil',arl-,
Elelirt flae e i'm$15.(0i I, xb in. ai .. lc. "
Boff lumber .$ S 1i } lei, ,l 12N.i' lZ,.li(i
Heart sIhi' gles,I '.. 50 L..Ilh, ', n'm ... .,'.lt
Sap '* I.:'i i-,a.it lii niati r,
di%.z ved .... 0lJit3 Jl

Parker Prices Current.


:.l pi. ni.-i-oalt racing; N. i.
Yachting C'lub rutile g..\ern; ,lii e.1 ,
1I. M3. \a'ue, F. 1. Ware, S. \V. AIn-
dierl.on, .la.a. Mallc ., SanI I lSurlber.
All boats mus. b- entered by 12
o'clock, be moored in line by 2 o'clock
WIl1d start at a given signal which Will
1.: thle firing of a gun.
First class skiff boats-prize, an
e!ugant gold lined silver cup and
Pennants; second-prize, one pair gold
sleeve buttons.
Second class skiff boats-prize, an
elegant gold-lined hand engraved sil-
ver cup and pennant; second, pair
gold sleeve buttons.
Yawl, or round bottom boats-
Fii st )p.ize elegant gold brooch-cres-
cent, and pennant; second. gold collar
but ton.
. Schooners-Class P, over 3 and
hni''l, 5 tuloi-First prize, elegaut


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Ilma ou' that committee;
a''lit all money taken for dancing
Shall bc divided among the musicians
an.l callers;
That ice cream dishes should bd
Purchased for the occasion and after-
wards disposed of as the finance
Committee may determine.
J. H. Brown having positively de-
Sclined to serve as marshal, A. J. Gay
was appointed as such.
A motion prevailed that pennants
should be given to all boats winniIng
first prizes; also that first and second
prizes be awarded in all classes; that
suitable'prizes be provided for yawls
or round bottom boats, that a class be
made for schooners, or boats of more
than three and under five tons capac-
ity, with first and second prizes, and
that Capt. F. H. Ware be made
chairman of the judges' committee.
Following is the committee of ar-
rri igements.
Gentlemen-W. A. Emmions, c'hn;
,Iio. R. Thompson, secy; V. B, Bailey,
V. D. Greeie, S. T. Walkley, L. H.
Pratt, J. A. Lyle, W. H. Parker, L.
E.. Danford, D.*Will;ia.s, G. W.
Su rber.
Ladies--Mrs. D. Savage, J. W.
Wilson, L. H. Pratt, W. A. Em-
Inons, A. J. Gay, C. D.rgue, W. IH.
Parker, R. F. Brackin, Amanda Ham-
ilton, E. Ayars, A. Hand, A. Wells,
D. Williams, A. T. Brock, Miss Em-
il1a Savage.
'.'he finance committee, consisting
of Jno. R. Thompson, chn, Dr. J. J.
Kester and Chas. L. Armstorng held
a meeting and provided for additional
prizes as noted in the cGrntests be-
lOw. .
The judges committee held a meet-
ing Monday and resolved that all
skilf boats of 20 feet length should
be classed as first class and entered as
such; all under 20 feet as second
class and so entered; that all such
bots of under three tons burden
liall be included in one special
clans-A.; that all flat bottom boats
fl'rou three to five tons burden shall
be included in one special class-B.;
that the race course shall be as fol-
lows: Commencing at Russell's
wliarf; passing to right of stake boat
,off Dyer's Point; thence to right of
stake boat off Courtney's Point;
thence between stake boat and
\Vare's wharf; theince between sake
bIat anud iRus.ell'. a w :f, and ot er
the rame i course to plinlt uf stLartiing.


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9:00 a. no.-l-:.ldiig of De'lr ia-
tioll( I liitl elle enc i by Jn tur-'
o-, Ck.
f.l:3'J a. mi. to 12:0 ); i.-A- hire s.,
illu ilr, lefitilill-;, Cie., etc.
12:00 m.-l;a beciie, ltree tu all anll
basket picnic.
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4:U0 p. Il.--Bal shl,,--Judv l'eb:
Mrs. \V. A. Elnmon-,, Ea1st Bay.
\. H. .Iarker, Parker.
S Chas. Foi:bes, Cr(I..niait'.n.
SUrias Clapper, VWe-t Eld.
SA. J. Gay, Grassy Point.
M. C. Rogers, West Bay.
J. W. Wilson, East Ena.
Walter Gainer, Econfina.
SG. W. Shear, Chipley.
Wm. Miller, Pt. Washington.
Miles Mountain, Vernnu.
"D. Savage, Harrison. .
First prize-For finest baby over
five months and not more than ten
months old, fine silver, child's set,
comprising bowl, spoon and plate in
elegant satin-lined case.
Second prize-For finest baby five
months old or under, elegant hand
engraved silver cup.
These prizes are all first class
and are already ordered from the ex-
tensive jewelry house of E. V Rod-
din & Co., Chicago, Ill.: and may
be expectoo on the next boat; the pen-
nants wi!l be pretty and well made
and an ornament to the boats that
capture them.
Committee on grounds.-J. HI.
Brown, Urias Clapper, Chas. Arm-
strong, A. J. Trisket, Geo. Sur-
ber, sr., Lee Willett, Clis. L. Arm-
trong. The graIunId, which are L.au-
tifully situated onl the weL.TLt .)lf-i6ol
Lake Huntington, will be put in tine
condition and will be in plain view
of the entire race cl. i.-e Ilpoli tlhe
Bay and the rowin-g eoCiO,e iC i iii LthcI
Lake. The undergrui\\il iu all Le-
ing removed and tlhe; oeunniitiee uili
set to it tlat nothing is I:let lulone
towards putting the grounds in the
most perfect condition.
Mrs R. F. Barckin has been placed
at the head of a sub committee, be-
lected by herself to superintend the
ice cream andl that cal:as of rlefCreih-
ments, aid also to solicit di-mat liisi
of such supplies as iLiJy bc deemiied
practicable.
A. J. Trisket \\i i ',
superintend a milk -hl;ake i:mtanl f.,i
the benefit of the fiin 1.
John Swindell \\ ilt.Ilke ciharg- i (
and superintend tihe- bai leiince ;iii Ilhe
cooking of the meat, '\ hihl \\ill .be
free to all.
Everybody, y is ex 't.' -l t ,li iii
well-filled baskets,and ni Iit leav' e llcILir
appetites at home al .I dto l..vote thIll
one day to enjoylmelit a .,I l,.-,i..iitra-
ti,.is. of patriotism.
Coimllittee to : 'lr .-0:i,,. r ,
music, etc.-V. L'. .;,..'i, \V. I.

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Address a letter
TH PREfs CL
JOHN WEDDERBtRN,
P.O. Box 468.
rEmion Pf
SOLDIERS,
CHILDREN
Also, ,,r fn flars a lads
fdntvin the reaulasr Art
Snr'.iaor af O i.' iiialaa
thor % wovi-ti, iasbow -G!O
a ape..itity. Tnaamiuan~al
senal faWr ui'W iaWN. IO (
TadI aaUcCCo if Iu.


pr tal cnrd to
,Il COB PAWYT,
. Managing Attorney,
FWASH UiToi D.C.
CREED FNR
CTD WIDOWS,
PARENTS.
ora dtitiuld In the lne of
,.r Navy linPetli, war.
>r r'a 1832 to -1-' nrri
1. r ,i]l rn1 reir,.te claitma
ui l,'i l to tItchvr rrat'...
lirglu for adylciu. INo lCU


Chinese TroopiJ Available.
'It is stat ,d that the Chinese bat- WEBSTER'S
talions drawn up from the Tientsi, NTERLRNA1lO
district consist of troops of the arry' AE BWre.w4oiAisPICTIC
of the Centre wviich hIas its be-..- A Grand Educaor.
quat ters at Kalgant, atd are arBie' di U
wvith Remninigton ifles. Thi68 f'viIT .LIT i
which it is stated can put 10,00 $UPI
ineit ini the lilid in tiwe of war, inat, cb 1
he reinCl'i ied froim the torii.ori.i men
:irniv, whlicha. hliuawewer. i% vtrv I'a1.i.( II
'lr alIzkC The SintllW~l lt tlllnl ill t orST tlr
ouL fl
d-liti io to their availIa ble troti 001tilt, A College President "'i
i'ilne., .a ( ,.V-leininiernt have o.i lered a ease with which the eJ
Ievv of 211,1.'0ll) ivin lI ron each () :"ll. 'd sought, for neeflr(
-tion, for effective njetha
Ofi itt LivE Fi;,ir 1 castingg pronunclation. f
tacomprebenslvo 8tatenme
"and for practical use as
ilail4lll --i~ ln -idi Ize ~ h i t ti .1 "dlltlonnry,' e We)lter-e In
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The One Great Standard
,11t~h n,[ ost invove reat thii. o wRlizes Hr.)n ria. fir \Iwpr J
Clikips of inllihal~r, I1[ (lie di 6[TL, OUL
Cb. &- C. MERRIA2f CO.,.
tal~nc- ins wlJief~ wali ll he? L'~ealter. th Ii Springfield.,_Mass., I
ltaI L % N.AV ptaleo 's atmLiq il afe3nth Ii ppnbil. ierT icr fra
a 1,aD n t buy chr :p rcitnrra.s of a
Ilie retreat IrI.111 M oslC-'w .
THE.J.PI'ANE'E T1100l`1.8
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THRiEI DOLL1.-A' .1 WEEK
FOR LIFE.

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ESTABLISHED LCAVEATIS
i866. ABL'L


TRADE W OIsGNlTS
MARKS. wn oPI1t
We give special attention to cases rejected in other
hands, also to interference, appeals, reissues, trade-
marks, the preparation of opinion as to inaringemont,
t2 r tant h tionand
ff of tifor.nfrinpement.i Ourbook oflnstrn
twona. tilB1s, r fi.ibncead, etc., &en itie.
iEDSON BROTHES, EquitableBa iidlng.
FI1.3 St.,. '. ,'tingtou, D. C.
t-'7".'d 'lrec *' f'i l)satage on handsome tlbs-.
trated booklet, In'orntive Pro-ress." publisher's pr!-.
25 cenut. and our quiato..:ette-nltal pamphlet for 1
rentor. mnufacatrcra aod pstenteea.
(Mention this pape .)


THE

Ward Carriage Co.
Wholesale Manufacturers.
I ESTABLISHED 1830.


Carriages,
Buggie',

Road Wagons, &c.
Only skilled work'- :en employed.
We use the finer .inaterlals.
Send for Catalo;:; :.- nd Price List.
Every Job Guarc.-~eed.

The Ward f." riage Co.

NEW I. ', GOHIO.


NARY

ridged."
ard of the
4oV'L Pr int-
ce, the U.S.
eCort and
y all the
y con-
y every
uperinten-
rSchools,
er Educa-
iost with-
uber.
9: For
finds the
of deflni-
S in Ind!-
Syet
Sof faet,
working
national'
me."
uthorily,
Jce u. S.

Ushers,
U.A.
npet.
ent editions.
www


Health

means so much more than
you imagine-serious and
fatal diseases result from
trilling ailments neglected.
Don't play with Nature's
greatest gift-health.
SIffyou arefeellag
out of sorts, weak
and generally ex-
hausted, nervous,
have no appetite
and can't work,
begin at oncetak-
S ing the most relia-
T n ble strengthening
medicine,which is
.Uon Brown's Iron Bit-
ters. A few bot-
Itles cute-benefit

.SJ/ l.(s Wlal silin. K -our
Stee .1, a d It' s
i i~-. -- ..... pleasant to take,


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PAINT BRUSHES, FANCY AND T(

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COMMISSION MERCHANT.,


Crlin, Feed and Flour, Specialtile
PALAFOX STREET, PENSACOLA, FLORIDA.


RO aC E Hsi


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tractoractr for all kinds of


M RBLE AN D STM CI
Manufacturer of the Latest Designs in louiinu -uts To 'o1sstonces
Agent for
Iron Fences, and Other Ornamental Work.
CorreslpondencH Solicitl.i i oI:iI Deosigns and I iti:a '.- i le wi .1 i,,l'atntion.

PENSACOLA, - i'L'li)A.


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DEALER IN
A. -Y 8

"rniages, Buggies, Wag1mO ROAD C:rART!
bU Mgga u, ROAD CARTS,
BUCK BOARDS, ONE IORSIE and FARM WAGONS.
REPAIRING ATTENDED TO PROMPTLY.
No. 30 East Garden Street. Pensacola, PFli






WI LLET T'S

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WEST END, ST. ANDREWS, FLORIDA.


ROUGH AND DRESSED LUMBER
OF ALL GRADES.

PARTIES : WHO CONTEMPLATE BUILDING WILL FIND IT TO'

Their Aivantape to t Prices Befre Orerin Esevhere.
S _' I C EJ A T TIHE M I T-JLT-
LEE WILLETT, Proprietori


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,si e'ti ary, (Jiha I-. .\a u.i .i i ".
''rasurer, V. D. iV .1 i

L: eiic.s' drehs g.rid ; iii .rrillt.
i.l.1 it ii IiosI S of iill h1 i l I .aa i h :
.1 ii. i'. Br ckin's.

Of Course Yollu enli
1!. _immonials pub)li- : ,J iti lii- a.per
relating to Hood's P.lr: aia.;rl l i. Th.it,
show beyond a doubt t,.it li ,IdJ' lt u'.-.
Constipation and all tiui. ail lthe
liver, are cured with Hood's Pilla.

Shioes! slho s! sih. a!. [,.Ia.l:n cail
fit anybody.

Buck Hall .Ae-ilitild.
At Marianna, al'tur tiln li\ -Ieii
in thie trial of State v,. 11u'k 11;),I.
charged with the inidi ir ,,I' .1liii R.
Ely, jr., the jury rn.li iit.l tliii" vel r-
diet Saturday nighi 1 L :i l 1 i,'i. l,,ik ,i
'not quilty."
I p YOt7 BACK AC( .Q
Or you are all worn ot, really good for not-
ing, it is general debilty. Try
BBOWNS IRON BITTERS.
It will ure you, cleanse yonr Uver, and gliT
a good appetite.


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ThST ANDReWS BAY



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ORGANIZEn JANUARY. 9, 1892.

The object of this Association is to Improve the Country htljatcnt to St
Andrews Bay and to
Develop its Resources as a Fruit-Growing Country.
To accomplish thi. the Assciatimn Irol'coses to Sel Laurls in tract,inf Two-
and-a-hialf and Five. acres to iiih Iarti.ie. nil a will ini tru l, t lhei lY the
Erection of' H:ue. Fes. e iiJ ce h ]i, n l t'rm ite-ntu Inl .i.um,:.n as %ill enbharice the
value of each tract so di-po ed of, ,mud 1aarrti ultal ito
Plant them out in Trees, PIlants anil Vines,
To the end that in the shortest practicable time every such tract shall be a:
Source of Reven.ue to its Owner.


AS TO RELIABILITY OF THE ASSOCIATION.
The first questi.un wh;ch will naturally le akedl will ibe: 'Is this \As.,o-
ciation rcli.ljle"? And tLhe uniwer t it i-: Anlv Tpm~r,,n ,.ipl,:,yin-. the A-c-i.Uation
to make inipruo eimenlts? may plt.,p.-it anI :_yi-.rji u-i' l. il, n .it .t h,, e.tiu:itt.-i r.,- ol
the same with liiV res ,i,.il, il.u-ii i i0 i, ,jim,,, lr i. u.r. ,Iml.-iie ,u tl b av P .,r in
Bank at t h ir o l ii i r illV. t li' AhCVa.tio 1a shall satisfy to-
---'i-i' .'- I A'supwntio


.o'tm a ca1fuml t iti I I.f L 1ih'l 0 x Nu1.e a'nd iIn:une 1of a tii it
plantatiii, inl the .t .\ l i.,,s i., c,, trv a t': 4 ti., ..- *ir l ti,: .,"
Price of aiia |peim e:i ., -.I. i?, t : 'Il; ir. I 1' l i ,. -1.u i' i; l m.1t of iplantiiiig I st
year, say $ il; c ist i' -ii ti V:tit oii '; .:lh yl ar ti n-i J.iftl ri .2Ji
It is not extra\va'r ni ti "-tiiilate that a: l-:; rP viiney:il will i.. the tllir i
year, if properly cui livl.itrl v. ld il '.-.'ll i i u i ii iil' t ;n11i ..1 I' i* i.i' ii c- i i- l ,i r iil
the same, vt0lilte i- i i uven I- t l r Il.n. tli.ilt. I'lh.i, tl,.,ii-lih i ,ti i.ip.:i little
longer, sonic oit Ih,. in '.liii: iLi prrital.' i nv.uiing uli.i I n li:li pif'i. Lm l' i-, apir'le t;,
lie llfnrinel. luniis. prl iii. -. i!illl r'i''ii i, li\v'i-, .-i.llii p '-ijiillliu ll.i aliuiiii l 'i i r'li.-hl
'lniUtl, .Jl t pill. lIt S L 11 I" .i .11111 .ll ll i l .\ t .l .' it.i 1 .- r 1 I'l Ilit i 1 1. 1 ll s. t. li iCl
are alm ost certaiii i ti i ,ri'-h li 'ii.. \li, ile A ..1 -i.1i *ai1il 'Cii'iu Iu lnits, tIhoug linot cl.nli-
sidered c rtai' in i4l? la l ,rti l i 1 ,l n ,1 r I i.in tih. \ r.,i-z.
T ie Seciet iry ilt' thei .ssm liatiin \ill jiI i. pl rt ri.ilir att,-' tiln to' az i-
swerr iig lett r .1it iii.lniry, anll tlie BI .. v ; Ill i i 111 '.. : i tn i.ri.-lc i'l, d,1.lll .iit-
% trl' all qu ietiii'is :-ki .-' it
R E M E M IB E R, the A..... iiti..n liil.;s \'ill I'... <,.,i v,1I EIsyv
Ter inls of Po i n'lil llt : Il iill ..*,...i' -i s Illl 1', Ii.-il i 1 r 1 .-.. lirti.i t.ri' p l .u lf i is .i,
that the w)rk h:aslcin Pl:-'lIrm. !.i CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED.
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1 last. Frmii liem li eliii .en.s wer-
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A SECTIONAL MAP


OfStAnldrews
nd the
Bay Country.

'We have made arrangemeint s by
which we can furnish tli ii iii..- MAP'
coveriniig bout eighteen i.iie.' 'lua;lc'
of territory, inclut ding ti!' i I....Iilil
Cuimpanlyi'.8 Tract, ialH ilS i .i. I
Partker, Cromni toni, hin 1 .1 ,.- th
coinltry, 1'r1"
oNE D(ILLAR.
By the aid .f thii.f ma, the l..catioin.ol,
lands purc'lhasce.. of the (.in',iiiatii
Company can lb easily aei-crtaiueld,
or, parties. may eUd us 1 an.l their
description and we v ill l'iate theii
lots and retuii the Map ly mail.
Addre.. Tri. i i- '
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A MAP
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to prepare fui tlhe an1.,li'.- ii 1:1, "i
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- about
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sanlilt.
The M p will show oWv:'. 1 .
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readers for the broad intelligence shown by
teeir hearty co-operation In this gigantic
Intellectual crusade. We extend our Ihanks
to the Ihoussants of friends and readers who,
by (helr proiplt andil concerted action. haa
wIade Its splendid success possible. The
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nar receives revenue from any rioher source.
We have susmialned the enormous expense
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'I'lii' offer is siubjectc to the fllow -
illg ciilitimion: Evrery cImIpetitor
Intit obtain a patent lor hi.s inlentiioni
thri llgh is cihk ,iopany. lc1 mieust fil.st
apply f'or a prieliiiiinlliry se'e:r'ch, lithe
c.ist of which will be five idoillars.
Shlioulti tile seaniellnl i ow liis l. i ice to
he iil|ialeint:Lble, lie caln uitilli'ra
\\Wilh101t fu tiithlier -xpe e. I llhri'r ise.
lie will lb, expoetl I o I to c)IIm lete li'i
;llpplication m;iil take omlit a patent in
tlhe regular wa*y. 'T'lie total .expense,
iiicli ilin (i,\ 11 lli let aII d i lll U le:it
Itee-, 1 iil be $7 0. l'",'r tins, whliether
lie -etiir L', tIi' prize or nI t, the in-
veltr will rinave a patent that iiliht
ito Ie a v:tlnIillle ir l ioelt tv i liim1. TIhe
i ize \\ill be a\ar le byt a jil y con-
sstiiln ., f tihtee re l.litaIIle patent at-
torne.y of' \\'ailiington. Intending
t.,ll i I iiii ors .hl i il fill lto t thie t',lloe -
ini4 blanlk and fIorward it. with theli
i jipl'le' siin' :
-- [I3,.
I .sitliii ( the wI ithiin descr'ilic d inve itioIn
in c't'inp.,iiliini for Ihe Twtntny- vc hiitn-
elre'l Duillar Priuzc oztered by the Pres.s
C'!.iSiis C'uii pany.

No Blanks in This Competition.
'T'his is a cmnipetjtinn ol rather Lan liil-
uisial nature. It is common to oferltl
S. ..- . l.. I ..l t C tf.- '. l- i i..tIt l.


stay his hunrt
not veiy wet, bu
he took off his 1
object glasses.'
bright sun, hes_
men and boys
look at the gla
make it out hov
got. One or t
wanted to han
C'rresption it t
directed the whj
and soon the
and howling Iw
old man, the he,
feared on the s
repress his wond
tobacco lighted
sent one of thi
bank for a piece
just bursting t
promnutly put i
was then burn
and lie exclainm
and that the
cians. And fro
there was nothi
vill:ag'e were noI
war 0f .t.ipjyly-


ni
itV t I


,,r th h.: .,id i.

A .\ I re.s l
tti l.'I, lii \\m,"

t it, I;t.
iilgi, D, D. I'


i


His tobacco was
his tinder was, so
3oculars one of the
id, thanks to the
a had a light. The
owded around to
They could not
tlie light had been
im caie close and
the glass. The
the man's hand.
ocus spot upon it,
ian was dancing
pain. Then an
of the village, ap-
ne. He could not
when he saw the
e second time. He
youngsters up the
F cotto that was
p iod., This was
a flame. A hole
in his cotton uobe
hat t i was magic,
iglish were iuagi-
that inoment on
he people )t that
illiig to d, in tile
o.ettpi g tile


ell 711ii;FiT
l I I ." I. I I.- I


ay ti I.l l iiie hmiinrii i n ii
itil'W"'l-.ialei ol till'

B Pri'- (1:l ('iliii- ( li[';1-
Itle lCtii. \laii\,ing \ At-
1V ,tieet N. \W., \\'ash-


T4i;. The Exiled Feline.


It i., not ex
poem will Ie
thie wlnhid at
I ho, whenu
lli, n i thtle
lh.:: iii., mi-u
t lie lh 'lI ,.'l'i '


ectte 1 that the following
of absorbing intere.-t to
:ige; but :here ae tlihse
lhey open this copy of
ears to couini, will recall
.,rlios ou tle oiCeCiioii atnd
lhicth callel it I'irtlh, and
cianl tli' I thL i e B ',V ii.


lie i i l iii tle li,'.I':iiit renl


', I. t Cic I7 l
c',iillianny dicireS to dilpel. It de.tire.,
ti, gtI into lithe head of the piulliic a
Cle;lIr N.ini',prelieision of the lact that
it i. luot thle ileat, colnlpX, i aii ex-
pen.,i' e invention, that bring. tlhe be..t
l t rii I-o their aUltil,.,s, bult tile litt l',
'ilipiile cheap oile-tlic thing that
Stoilli so al.iirdlv trivial that 11 i av-
Cliage citizen eel qlll .'ee llhinjlowli i
ailainecd (of bringing them to the at-
telntion <(I ti' patent ofttice..
Ellisonii a Iy.s i hat ilt' | iL:'>lil I he lins
ri''eCi't.d fIi' ini thle ',aleint. 1 on all khi.
iiial \ei'll ls iiiveitiioli.' iave'lnlut Lbe
sllflicinll t to paI'y I, I o Ii C t o' lii s x-
I't'rii iitll s. lit their lial who Cull-
ceiveil the ilea If I'a.s.teniing a llt iof
Iili'.I'r col tu a chill'h ball, 1,) tlhat
it winli cl jiiie lback\ li, tile liait \ ie'll
ilili-i\\1. i a11 1le 1 t ni. lllltC 0u t ll ii,
hi'lnitI '. T h l' llielt.l'li .sew iii_ l lili -
cihiiin is a i iilille 1i' in '.,' i \ t-ll tll,
iui'dil ct. iti' t( tiil .i1 Ihii iilh..lh nII
liii lhirainlS thir'.ilglh a l liii ,I re il ti l
lily ili.-, III ll th wl ile I i illi tanl l e-
lilt e i ll. up I t tlhe liilile ,lel;,: c ,I)
'litii ni, the le the i iitii i leli at the
iimilti ii i.,'itlitil 1f at tile t liIhir c l.
SThe Little Things the Most Valuable.
(' :i|l ti l fly I ''ew i[ei li' iltm.aifl
l .'ii i''elves I lifi Li n'cin i -, it l i : t a ii io'
'.\'et vi.,!\v ha.> t.u n tl itkli ;t oi "
l im e ,r i"an ,l helr, \w itli ilcn.-; thi.it \,eil-
.,1 calclilaltet to ril'iiue ile lllc tl
little tI'ri tilinS of lile. UiiIlly %-IIch
ilHea- are .li siii,'sed witllliu t. liirtller
hilliglIht.
S\V\1l .J. r' tine raillt"il iii;ake it cia. r \\iiinlovs m, Ithat l th i\
cain be olid l, i ina l tllo ln nitollJii
Ibre kiii. l l : [i.e.IL weli"r--'' bi:ilk,'.'" e\x-
cla im llte t ra;elCep. "'I Ir I wer run -1



.--
Ilinlg tl(.1 ri, d I wll u uld n lciaki tili li ill
.ilth a wa\ny.
'\\tli at iwas tile final a 1 :tl: iml'll'
Ilii' .snilleei' ali t illiin il g il..1 i IilIblr.,
Itlc euik. "'He nIver haid tI i, w. k iver
a ht.ol\e, ur h lie lmtill lave kiiw vii iuw
it Iilw lit to hi\ot L' ien t ixcil."
Langng such a collar liuttni!"
: i, l.1 tiu iiLt lln 't i i llil h te IIr bl.ren k-
la.l't. "If 1 Li ere il t he buii.i iin-.- I'
Inake btitto.ns that wl iiili' t -lip oil t,
rll break off, er gouge out tlie back
-ti IliY neck."
And tlheun tie various siiuffn' le o. i-
get iabount their grievances andl beL'.gi
to think about *,jinetihing else. If tilli
wou!l I .it down at the next convemni-
cnt otpl ,.i ttility, iitu their ilcas ab.niii
car wiinl\h,ws, .aLcejpiibi and1 coll;ir
bultt tons iiit practical shiape, and tli(t!.
:Ipily for paterits, they might [inl
tliemselve at indepitentintly wealtih>
a lie initi whlo invented the ironic
umiibrella ring or the oine \ ho lpatnet-
ed tile fifteen puzzle.
fVlempting Offer.
T', ililit. ,'people to keep track o
their bright ideas and see what therc
i.- iln then, the Press lani. C"oma-
ny liasi resolved to offerr a prize.
To the Persion who Submits to it
thlie Siilest and Mo.,t Promising Iin-
veintio I'rom a Cominerciail Point of,
View, tlie Coinpaiy will ive Tweni-
ty-Five Hunilired lt.llar.- in Cash, ini
:iddition toi Refunding tine Fees for
Seculing thei Patent.
It will ils o A.ivertise the linventivi.i


ri d


TYPHOID AN
SAND OTHER CaO
A 'Powertul Di
. k:nown, tacine I
aniy o'rensive o
second,, as well
thereby prevcnl
Spreading ofall
SVouched for
SAuthorities.
H [ MANUFA
INDIANIlPOLI;
B 543 UImadisoql H
tz-mz .rrzrEza.


.is given pince.
'iiate should tlliu. dicLrc.e
glit within riiicr),
Sne cill tell.
Set your dc tiily
i of luxury
ruitsn uo LhIl.
irutolh hvurs long,
e oic' ;;is ra'i.t 1. ini soiig.
torld .e ei d g rei''i,
r i.t sl iiu uth, uJit 11'd
ei-. ,ltlilc head
tn eclclain.
I.Stomlrlltla h huilgr grIei,
S d.ii ,ur il i
I ; ij ll l I..',t ,l
:4d l rlli in kilk freslih :i.n

-1' or %Uil
< e lstuc k iut .
1 ) it lL';Is t!l dL.i ,
il l l( I tI re I , II lle.Y ,
oul the roill,
en:d isild lii ndsonme scrap.
itrch \ilh jui i illud s lap
'aiit ciilue ni ill o liro'tuol.

Iv t'io soon11 his coilme.
le; e uar juovou hnomne,
Hio shaIre;
in dark une shade,
SeCtlluhietr nmadc,
ci.t ii e ofu' air.
i, ight l, t hllt. doljor ial'e

'of ranicidl lard
I Liter risc,
i -.,"IV lo0 oe soaIp.
i .tert'd v iek oft hope;
rough t.uritul e )l's.
or Ike, uf blttLe day's,
h Betterman-ly wa; s,
essing tsiweet;
s-i, drift of years
tsti'gori'c t'ears,
di *our go'isc" eunipletce.

T4erfih Juryman.
e C Lord Eldon's is to the
e trying a case at York
G Id noticed, after two
-tn by, there were only
iu ,t-e box.
he twelfth?' he asked.
., y lord," said one of the
g ne houie on some busi-
hi k.ft his verdict with
t.-Bits.


A War Between Pattnt Attor-
neys.
National Recorder.
There is reliable authority for the
statement that a libel suit will be
brought within the next week by the
Press Claims Company against
Messrs. C. A. Snow & Co., patent at-
torneys, of this city. It appears that
the latter firm is an extensive adver-
tiser in the small newspapers of the
country, paying for their advertising
space by furnishing a weekly Wash-
ington letter to each of its papers.
In some of the recent letters sent out
by this firm, statements have been
made reflecting upon the credit of the
Press Claims Company, and contain-
ing other libelous matter tending to
weakeu the confidence of the public
in the said company, as well as
throwing a damper upon the ardor of
lthe htokholders thereof. Great ri-
valry and hard feeling has existed
between these two firms tor some
lime, and on previous occasions
Mressr-s. Suow Co harve goin out of
their way to give the Press Claims
Company a bluw ini the back. The
at,.'r nnpan#i as apil'arently grlnwu


iihd tlhe lI iL'c s -hli ei ii.' ;I- t..s-
,nalile a.-, Cii u1.1 ict7.1nC will \\Iarralnt;
,,r', M ite, l).f...,uhaiin to 1 RA.Lt. Li.ker
of iSt. .An111ili \'. l;iise :til\ei li-eull i it
iL s i- Lt ll bu tv uii t l i.'[L Y, ii killii a
'late fr hliiI t. nitieet v'1ii at M n:iliaiina,
'il itc1diile, .r aItilli CO\ lLiilt'it -t,:it i',)i


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on tlie I. r A.; or, CIhing fr..in tli.
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Alid "cicoke

The i
An anecdote
effeAt that wh
Mr. Justice o
hours had g(
eleven jurors
"Where is t
"Please you
eleven, "bhe is
ness, but be b
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