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: January 17, 1895
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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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VOL. IV. ST. ANDREWS, F JAN. 17. 1895) NO.


OFFICIAL DIRECTORY, PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY the convicts could doubt'.em be more PROPOSALS FO RRIAG-E. o th colonel's silent 'ou
---- One Dollar a Year in Advance. profitable3 employed in improving tlhe 'the tn tht whirled the
JNIT'ED sTATE.S. public road, and the corning legi.- Statistics of How en and t1o- r at loo t
Heaton 11kin. Call, Jack onii.,; WILLIAM A. EMMONS lature cannot employ its nime with men Act at an terestng the morning'smail. Chatti
Hena ilk,,,on. Call, 'J" ck.eonticll. me' fwa nnd alls aoithe it i
.epresentatives-lst DistricS. S. I.Mal-. Propriet or, more profit than in the consideration Theie ia clever tistician wh-. ./ glories of sh coming germ
lo, Pensa d district, C. -- Poliil Editor. of these questions. coula teach a thing teo t. the ,v- i .fo d h e ost tof-
Cooper, Jacksonvilie. E. A. EMMONS, - Political Editor. oauid fo"nd wih near to t
Land Oltice--lfegisa.i', J. M. Bareo; Ili- elist. 1'hi. tiitici laa tieii t-an hour's shopping, they 'w
Reeiver--N D Wainwrih, Gainsville Dpy ad rs per inch per onth. A Patriotic German Parrot. e t assy on their way. Shoppip
STATE. 1. ?
Governor---He ry L. Mt.chell: Attorney Position and extraordinary condition If vyoi have never patronizel a ive- e ap. re-i s. act n e j iwould all meet, take lund
General Win. B. Lamar; Secretarv of rates iul.iect to special agreement. cent barber shop you have missed one lie l te c 1" .T at the Woman t Exchang
State; J.L. rawf.rd; Compr.oller,W. of the curiosities of C'hicago, say sented. tabulated fg extreme- "-" the post by the afternoon tr
D. Bloxham; Commissioner of Agricul- Boat 8on. th imes n-' I intere.-ting to i sVclho ts, says the .' "; plenty of time for a litt"
ture, L. H. Wombwell: Si.perinteondent Boat Son". the Times or tha' city. hey may 0 ,, S.f. dressing for the gorman.
of Public In.struction, W, N. Sheat.; Adrift with starlight skies above not all be alike, but the one about to Phila 1" 'h. iat lo .'o most interesting question
'Treasurer, C. B. C lines ; Justice of Su- With starlit seas below, ca es thbirty-e ix geb ae tal o (ot .r ,ae av TH.J.'.L.app corr co. I discussion was, Who woai
preme Court, R. F. Taylor, Tallahalisste We move with all the suns that move, be described is woith visiting once, six-e lee ki ] marK hs recepnvi eoni gloomy lenO. Mr. Rollins? The train
U. S. TSENATOR. With all the eas that flow; at least. As nearly as it can be loca- They could not mistake the voice, the into the crowded depot, th
First District-Wilkinson Call, Jackson- lady on lips, fouf ge i kiss lady "HF TRsn I well ani i has L,,-n dr-i-1'ug form, shadowy though it was. The girl tend forth and in a moa
villa Second District, Samuel Pa For iond or free, earth, sky and sea, ted in his article it is o Iie narrow itself to all callers todcy d ol- -a Nina
Monticello. Wheel with one central will. street that' shoots off from C.-ttage 10 lins shortly. ... question Howard Jerrold
,. _,e^ --_1 t4,,- ta .... Be, o O t!.Itt- La^U^^ a "
We, And onily tLme I Tadtist.ll a,,d no t ton h u flu nt. *
Twenty-fifth District-Alonzo W. Weeks, ....And only time stanitill 9e on h skiff Mi sT g. i Tone C n
Chipley. 29th street. The shop contains two '" ..tt'o out ,I from Miss Beaubiin 'TI rrr..r: r.! an- Once again, as t could not trit, arush of hoofsand
WASHINToroN COUNTY. Between*wo shores of detith we drift, chairs, operated by the proprietor an.I it t e p 1rei'u.ne1 swcr. leave him. hr arms wr trowti about destrians there encounter
Representative, J. R. Wells, Chiplev, Behind are things forgot, his wife, and a parrot andr a nickle, a hu red are th lnt o nwthway toh h- r his ne, l .ch n- t !n with all the roar assailed their sent
County Judge, D. D. Melvin, Vernoit; Before the tide is racing swift I presmn raid rleu colly. ou her strength. Then ,th lir:1,,m swung accustomed ears, yet hig
Clerk of Court, County Clerk, Recorder To shores man knoweth not. in-the-sott apparatus, which is home- i ietl.-e have been there frequ cotly. 1 ill slowly out into te stream, the scull pierced and pealed 'the so
of Deeds; W. B. Lassitter, Vernon; Above the sky is far and cold, made. If two customers are in the y might be I' l a htan hold your horse, or y(: can tie Were shipped, and with practiced hand the newboys darting he
Sheriff, C. G. Allen, Chipley; Treasurer, mental natre. O ata misses hin threat the rail, just asyou, Nina Beaubien pulled forth into the with their eagerly bought 1
R.C. Houre, Chipley; Tax Collector, A. Below the moaning sea, shop at the same time f.a shave the a.t b ,led Thanks. I'll go over, l bive. '" swirling waters of the river, and the woe m ent o germans
Q. Jones,, Vernon; Tax Assessor, A. Sweeps o'er the loves that were of old, wife lathers one while the husband is a lady n .e And go he did, and poor Rollins .is faint light, like slowly setting stafd have time and ears for
J. tay, Grassy Point; Superintendent But thou love, love thou me. the other. The shave over that the tti.ticia s aeni tn- unable to resist the tu ioi of watch floated downward with the sweeping' as that which demand h
of Public Instruction, W. L. Lockey; shaving the other. The shave over tm, (by itu). g wetr the magic ae of Nina
Chipley; Surveyor, Thos. Collins, Chip- Ah, lonely are the ocean ways, the wife takes the customer in hand s rt that having em y mit, would open the dmagor. It did nae ot, biat he
lt. Theris eveh a 'pt"'m' ot a man w d n dfio t heed the crya omdfae
S. ANDREWS And dangerous the deep, and giv-es te hair whatever treat- There is even a ee,, f a man k- saw Cub hand in the little note through
ST.tic of t e And frail the fairy bark that strays customer may desire. A ing a lady on edg' of shtIWI, }it the shutters, and. ere. long there came hiao
Tustice of the Peace, C. H. Crippen; y h a n nent the customer may desire. A is ly one il another from within. This Cub stowed Maor hornton an a s
Njtary Public, Deputy Circuit Court Above the sea asleep hair-cut costs fifteen cets, or hair- thank goodlne, l i ly one another in his m w ithincoat pocket a towd try tryl
Clerk, R. D. Hopkins; School Super- Ah, toil no more with helm or oar, hair-cut costs fifteen cents, or "hair- haunire d l a that n his Rollins walocke d drov off It is not ugtil t sl re
visor, R. F. Brackint Post Master, G. We drift, or bond or free, cut and shampoo" are given for 25c. a and t th, and Rollis walked d rojelosl portals of the great stowar
B. Thompson' On yon far shore the breakers roar, The parrot eoihtributes to the reve- this man is peelan ventto homeward. But that even went that one of their number,
HAnniseN But tbqt hold lady's ha:n s, enu i hold it through a worseeerience, and it waso nd
HARn.Elin. But, thou, love, love thou re'e nue of the shop, provided the cas- the last blow to his budding passion for aor Thornton, th
Oustmistress, Mrs. Elliaton. e Z5
PaKER. Convict Labor--A Minnesota tamer is fiber fliips in sparkling eyed Nina. t h and
PARKE r; Convict Labor- A Minnesota tomer -in-he -lo give he d their throats and xlim aloud: It was nearly tattoo and a dark night ta Langham and Lie
Sarker Le lato Opinion. A nickel-in-he-slo ives the deod!" v out o a when Chester suddenly came in. caalry, d 80 m
PITSUC. PMinneapolis Journal, positor an excursion imitation of 'a- Rollins, you remember mytelling Captains Willard and LaneBrook
?ostnaster, N. W. Pitts. J. .1. Baston. member from the 84th ra-ra Boom de-ay, by the parrot, the hundred declare the ou I was sure some of t men had ry and some 40 more men
Sdistrct, Hennepn couty, thiks bird receiving its 'cue fro t lirouly happy and five are too full been getting liquor in from the shore wounded. The rest of the
CALHoN COUNTY-COMANTON. distrct, Hennepin county thinks bird receiving it *cu fro th hace ot of h below the station and 'running orralled by a overwhe
taries, E. Mosher, Frank Hoskis, F that the legislature this winter should ber's wife. Ten cents in wakes up for teance. Thre out w hen that way? I believe we can nab thearm about te Indian, and their only h
B. Bell; Postmaster, W. M. Croman; do something to stop the cry which the vocal chords of Polly to Die ded stand on e tey smuggler this evening. Thors aboateofthe tal n a out until help can read
County Commissioner, H. M. Spicer ganized labor in the state is mak- Wacht am hei, the boss of the nake proposal d go down on down there now. The corporal has just tide and finally disappeared beyond the troops along the line of t
Deputy Clerk of Courts. S. T. Walkley organized labor in the state is mak Wacht am Rhein, the boss of the hi ke a floral told me." point fi are already under ord
ing against convict labor. Mr. Bas- shp giving the bird the tp by goSmuggling liquor was one of Che- Then Jerrold turned to leave, and [TO BE CONTINUE
ton i the only co y eber of hp giving b tp by tngprelud-sonmething like the slow ter's horrors. He surrounded the post Chester stepped forth and confronted
ton is the only country member of gling with a bar or two of the Ger- 0 e pen the villain with a cordon of sentries who had no him:
RELIGIOUS the Hennepin delegation and nat- man national air. us n the play, higher duty apparently than that of "M Jerrold did Inot instruct you The Cotton States E
Y. P. S.C. E.-Praycr meeting at the rally is interested in good rpads. It "If you put in zwei bits" (twenty- appeals toheave. t witness te con- preventing the entrance of alcohol in to confine yourself to your quarters un- It has already become
?Presbyterian church every Sunday after- suming flame of his ffection.s forth any form. He had run 'red cross" til stisfactoy explanation was made of wth the management o
oon at 3:30 o'clock. All are invited. is his idea that the convicts should five cents) said the boss, "dot birt umg flame f hi Th crusade against the post trader's store in thation was made of with the anaeen oare ch
Baptist-Rev M. J. Webh, Pastor, be called in from the work which gif you Hail Golumbi, and ven you heart heplot to ri etc. The be- he matter of light wines and small thea n ith oh yu arechag- States and Int.rnatina
of Washiug oi avenue anid Chestnut they are now doing for shoemakers gif him a biece of someding dot he havior of the lady ,under the circum beer, claiming that only terated l stated at tne abrupt and d. to provide space fo
street at 11 a. m. tid 6:45 p. m.. very adoh ai d t o wr 1 l v h g .y stances is eqmilly as en.ertaitling and stuff was sold to the men and forbid- looked for greeting, but his answer was Southern cities are espeo
first d third Sunday, prayermeeting and others and put to work pounding likes party veil already, he gif you de structi Out f a hundred caesding the sale of aytL.,ig stroigr than prompt: Chrleton
street at tm' Sud 4 p-m. t a hundred ces
every Friday e.eniiig at 6:45. Church rock for the roads of the state. Such Star Spunglit Banner xightd avay pop" overthetrader'scounter.Then, "Not at all, sir. You gave m ton pce. ,
conferrce Saturday before first Sunday a corse wold interfere with no cla eighty-one sank io tle arm of gen when it became apparent that liquor derstand that I was to remain here- and Columbus, ississi
at 3 p. m n. At Parker .very fourth Su qg titeman, sixtv-eigh rest their heads was being brought on the reservation, not to leave the post--until youhad de- plications in and some
*dssy in each month at 11 a. m and 7:30 of labor and would soon make a A recent customer was a little t he made vigorous -ff. rr., to break up cided on certain points, and though I
p. m.; t Comaton every second Su- great improvement in the r of Frenchman who had nearly caused scn onl gentleman a on one the practice. C.lonel M.yrd rather do not admit the justice of your course, three times as much oo
Seventh Day Blaptist-Meets every Sat- the state. the Dutchlman to have the heart dis- sinks into tae iai E'hpooh the hole bnsiness. t and though you have put me to grave positio c pany is prep
irda. at 11 o'clock a. m., corner of Wood- CONVICT LABOR ON TEXAS ROADS. clasp their arms ar u nil" the gentle- his theory thA t a ;.an who was deter- inconvenience, I obeyed the order. I Prebident Collier is w
Aine avenue and Bay View streets; prayer Houston Post. ease by asking him to wax his mus- mined to have a drink might better be needed to go to town today on urgent
.eting same place every Friday evening A eors nt of attache. After, the operation the uan'sneck, six weep tears of ioy s- allowed to take an honest one, coram business, but between you and captainn this knotty problem an
at 7:30. A crrespndent of the San Anto ue lentl and forty four wee.p tears public, than a smuggled and delete- Armitageam inno condition to go. For less reach some satisfact
Preslhyteriamn-Church corner Loraine nio Express calls attention to the su- hmanelltoaskingquestionsaloud-whatever that tmeainsq; seven- rious article, but ho succumbed to the all this, sir, there will come proper ret- Mr H. B. Plant of th
avenuee and Drake street. Rev. C. 1'. about the parrot. rule that only "light wines and beer ribution when my colonel returns. And
Slade (Christian) preaches by peruis- preme public importance pressing so- geete ze Pollar a dollaire cut i two-have eyes full of love, and nine should be sold at the store and was le- now, ir, you are spying upon me-spy te of railways was
iion every alternate Sunday at':30 p. nm Ition of two questions, at the present out of a hundred rush from the room nient to the poor devils who overloaded ing, I say-and it only confirms what I Lake worth by a commi
.u ad Foster street. and tell everybodyour are stomachs in conse- said of you before." Cotton States and ntr
One of these questions is "How to Marsellai.'" gr ea. O ot see quence. But Chester no sooner found "Silence, Mr. Jerrold This is insub-
---obtain good roads," and te other, "Vt' dt!" screamed the Dutchgreaty .ur e, and eighty-seven himself in command than he launched ordination." position head by Mr.
S oof a hundred knew that something into the crusade with redoubled energy "I don't care a d-n what it is, sir! iss of the Atlanta J.
THE MAILS. "How to employ covvict labor," and man. "You think that parrot vos a and spent hours of the day and night There is nothing contemptuous enough
lEast, west and north mail, via. Chipley de- to his mind the second t question sug- vot you gall him, dot he sing you dot was coming. Fiv giggle hystei trying to capture invaders of the reser- for me to say of you or your conduct to Plant was much impres
part every day except Sunday 12:30 e answer to the first. He French Y gee Doodle? Of he ally andone even seezes. Only one ovation with a bottle in their pockets me-- the committee told him
o'clock; arrive everyday except Sun2 gets the answer to the first. He re angee ooe o of a hundred t g es not to be kiss. The bridge was guarded, so was the "Not another word, Mr. Jerorld Go to make a handsome ex
any at 12:00 p. m. t4kes the view which the Post has dot kint of a birt, mein friend, I Id h si k n t. crossing of the Cloudwater to the south, to your quarters in arrest. Mr. Rollins,
Eat Bay mail for Harrison, Cromaton, d prstentl d th vould shop off his ta hed off in wile six kiss gentleman first. I and so were the two roads entering you are witness to this language." At a meeting of the
Parkerd Fardale and Wetappo, leaves mg a parsisieot by crgel, ea we believe the statitlician, one out of from the north and west, and yet there But Rollins was not, Turning from her's association of FIlr
St. Andrews going east every morning honest labor should not be compelled minnid. Of you vos to buy er n ill sawas liquor coming in, and as though the spot in blankness of heart before a recently, the education
eve afternook and arrives, coming o'clock wes to compete in any line with convicts whole niggle-in-der-shlot he couldn't a h e Wl say es "to give Chester a benefit" some of the word was uttered between them, he fol-
oevery af Arernoon : a t 3 o'clock. a t s- e man l b i n a but don't be a fuel." men in barracks had a royal old spree lowed the waning light with eyes full the Cotton States and
Nort Bay (Andersont): a, rives dat St and that, some means should be sing you dot tam moosic. Dot bar- on Saturday night, and the captain was of yearning and trouble. He trudged Exposition was dicusse
Friday, a. m; Returns to aderson found for employing their services rot vos un Amerigan-Sherman bar- This e. sorer headed than any of the partici- his way down along the sandy shore the sense of the hod
same days at 1:30 p.m. which would make then pay for their rot, but you bed your bottom shweet Renan. pants in consequence. In some way he until hecame to the silent waters of the
k 'od te n little he was not a tam fool." 1 have fonntd thai which it is heard that a rowboat came up at night slough and could gonofarther, and then should be one of the lea
,the..which.l.keep, which should not be open to trtb helwaso the fasltion to calum te, good, and and landed supplies of contraband down he sat him down and covered his face of the Florida exhibit.
the objection which honest labor And the German barber lost one by the riverside out of sight and hear- with his hands. It was pretty hard to
BUSINESS DIRECTORY properly urges. The necessity for customer. ho fo t. ra illusion a as ththrya he iel ldR- _____o e Will Take Courage a
improved public high ays is every- p lins this Monday evening. CHAPTER XV. T 1emoois.
improved public high y is every- O Omaha, Neb., appears to be in of which von are g ilty about it is to The turnd aros the railway on Tues ati an almnr Jacksonville Metropolis.
DR. J. J. KESTER, where apparent, and the problem of They turned across the railway on Tuesday still, and all manner of
Homeopathic Physician and Ac- hw t prde hm he efaneed of the services of a "Le.xow" believe it long. N it is shlrt, v&ry reaching the bottom of tho long stairs things had happened and were still to lorida rec(vered fro
ouher Ofathic Physioneer Drug StoreAc- how to provide them as engaged committee. Recent revelations have short, but even thu I assure you, it and scrambled down the rocky embank- happen in the hurrying hours that fol- of 1835, 1880, 1884 and
corner of Shell avenue and Michi- public attention as one difficult of brought to the light a horde of bribe- is well to have xis ed, and the first m in et since od holding his eSday ni The arrison e of 1835 and 1886 bei
gan street, s. T taking officials with the regulatory duty of inan trwaed i that infinitude sword so that it would not rattle,. but tion of spirit, as has been said, but by worse than that of la.
St. Andrews. Florida. communities have tried in a feeble accomplishments. Bloomington, Ind., from which he emie ges is to be grate- he had no faith in the theory of smug- 8 o'clock and breakfast time one cause she will recover from t
way to improve roads, and it must i a r w h a c im m hi glers. Ho felt in some vague and unsat- of perplexity was at an end. Relief had and rapidly. Our condi
DR.L.F.HAFFERB.wD. be admitted that in some instance is also eredited with having a city ful. The general, rashne-s which isfactory way a sense of discomfort and come with Moncay afternoon and :Alice an rapi y. ur con
SDR. F. AF BD b a e ta i sm marshal who can wink at violations makes you enter, thout the shadow anxiety or, r his captain's lato pioceed- Renwick's letter saying she would not a thousand times bett
TheMagnetic Physiciant they have accomplished a good deal, of the law, for a considleratiom; but af ARRIERE PENSEE puni a career, at ings, and his salt:v d,'sc'~. seemed attend the german, and now still great- people of lhe north
Llectre, Magneti-2 and Ozone Baths but the means at their command have the masha claims that the law- te close of hich anv ea, nghtce wth il oi. their foot er relief in the ,news that sped from made to suffer. im the
CHRONIC CASESA SI'I'IALTY .o t h- n ,.,ffici-t- t .' n hbre a tho the ahal clans that the law- t lksae of which t many enlght- fnce don in thi n- thr fo mouth to mouth-Lieutant Jerrold taeto t


.. Oi C. A.... .t ........ . .F. LI. "'", breakers are ctn'sliring again t him eeied folks aver tha they ha e fui.d steps a nonoisei the,, l.: .
'Offieand residence one bhmore than makataews in close arrest. Armitage and drouti'anl Uame, mu tie
officee and residence one block north more than 'make w a start in the desr-becase of his dete'rmiatiun to hold athi save dis g is really verv and all was .ik-ln. say.-, f"' th:- r'h.'h of Chester had been again in consultation of cros. and in the win
..... .of sataaa cama! i9g ed ir M.-tliet. Tho-ewlve tal e e, a6 t..-. '.- tle waters alng the shM:,. Far down Monday night, said ti gossips, and a
St. Andrews, Florida. a better system of roads, and to what ., m t, a -s .. a_" -ut:lr', '-e tp_ nerj <.si one or ir thihg nje.wJud d',opred- zas. not v. e ._
F BbFlorii: Among tie new con a- t weef,,re. with g,.o heart,; suppre.. twCo twinkling light', an-1 ce,-o under no one knew just what- and the toils in Flor'ida, but vear aftt
F. B. BELL, better use could the convicts be put oridian: Among the new con- the bank i the slack water a few stars bad settled upon Jerrlds handsome secutively. Added to
Notary Public for the State at Large. Of- than in supplying this need? Of gressmei who are acquiring a repi- were peeping at their own images, but head, and now he was to be tried. As
otyPbi f h treend r Of t s t n O g e a a r which burns iti t ,n in le same no boat was there, and tho caaprain led usual in such cases, the news came in the northwest is fanine
flee and residence, course a plan could be devised by station and growing in the estimation which burs i te s no boat was there, and the in led usul in uce newsame
OIOMATO, FA. spirit which, pr idlentiallyv 1prea,l still farther to a little copse of willow, through the kitchen, and most officers trom cld as well as from
which the sections of the state di- oi the public, none are doing so last-. and there in the shadows, sure enough, heard it at the breakfast table from the
H. rectly benefited would be required to er or more steatilv than Ho C. M. thought the b of humanity, was a rowboat, with a little lantern lips of their better halves, who could fre,let all Flordian be
W. H. PARKER, is the principle of it motive force, dimly burning, half hidden in the stern, hardly findwords to express their senti- calamity is no worse an
.otary Public and Surveyor. Special at- remunerate the state for the use of Cooper, the young member from the ard, frwad y I; lose not Notd only that, but as they halted at t the ility of their lords age and press on to reco
ary en PARKR, etc FeFrward, feerWard IN y I; hose not Not only that, but as they halted at hardins wo theiiet-city isth4olworse an
tention given to all Notarlal business the convict labor, so that those lo- Second Florida district. HP is a the edge of the willows the captain put to explain the new phase of the situa-
also to the Drawingf Maps, Charts, cavities soonest to appreciate and se. forcible speaker, a logical reaoer v lov a ssi, for ig forth warning hand and cautioned i- tion. When the first sergeant of Corn- Best Sign of the
arkprer.ete e Speak no evil rof I iioamndless boun- lence. No need. Rollins' straining eyes pany B came around to Captain Armi- Courier-Journal.
cure the needed rod improvement and command the attention of the were already fixed on two figures that agewith the sickbook soon after 6 in The Pennsylvania R
J. HUHES, wold have the first benefits, ad the house every time he rises to speak s yo were standing n the shadows not 10 feet the morning the captain briefly direct-
Watchmaker, Jeweler and Optician. state convicts would be constantly emerges; anl i, ti special order of away-one that of a tall, slender man, ed him to transfer Lieutenant Jerrold pany has just ordered a
Office and salesroom in Geo. Rus- employed in uefut laor that would St. Francis Facts: On a quarter individual fortune blss the happy the other a young girl. It was a mo- on the morning report from present for of steel rails for'use in
sesemployed in useful labor that would a ment before Rollins could recognize duty to "in arrest," and no sooner was
sell's store, corner of Bay View and bof the utmost benefit to the whole of an acre of ground W. D. Hankins. lot which his bes wed on you a gen- either, but in that moment the girl had it known at the quarters of Company B in new construction.
Wyoming avenues.
Styoming Aavedrew nue Florida state without i any degree coflict- of Houston Suwannee county, raisett eous coitrv, devoted teachers, turned suddenly, had thrown her arms than it began to work back to offers' call for the delivery of 3
tAndrew Floridang with honest labor. As the Press this year four hundred pounits of fine kind relations' an conditions of de- abut the neck of the tall young man row throughthe medium of the servants rails, and are divided
ing with honest labor. A the Pre and with her head pillowed on his and strikers.
R. D. HOPKINS, curre-pondent suggests, the question cigar tobacco, which he has so1 for development i w ch yu have no breast was gazing up in his face. It was the sole topic of talk for a full Pennsylvana Steel comp
Notary Public. shoiul be agitated by the press until 25 cents per pound. He says it beats longer to strive a iinht thli old bar- "Kiss me once more, Howard. Then hour. Many ladies who had intended gar Thompson Steel wor
and Deputy Circuit Clerk. y pres cotton raising. barisms. I must go," they heard her whisper. going to town by the early train almost bria Iron company and t
'Office in the old real estate offic opposite the legislature is forced to take some Rollins seized the captain's sleeve and periled their chances of catching the Steel company. It is
Brackin's store, Magnolia street. action in regard to it, or at least k strove, sick at heart, to pull him back, same in their eagerness to hear further in all probability some
Give it due considerations a The Arkansas experiment station Irish Al Through. but Chester stoutly stood his ground. details.
announces in a bulletin that bi-sul- Judge. In the few seconds more that they re- 'But the shriek of the whistle far up
AD-R* XV*CM309 C 2o1 This is a question that should hide of carbon is an effective insect- "Your boy's E glish is rather bad, mained they saw his arms more closely the valley broke up the group that was
OLI IN HORSS alo have consideration in Florida p caon a e ve ect Mrs Moriarty." aid the meichat infold her. They saw her turn at the so busily chatting and speculating over A Mind ad
GUAR a vANT d icide against grain and pea weevels. b's. oriaty. id e mercant bink, and in an utter abandonment of in the quadrangle, and with shy yet Boston Invesigator.
one ar surely the roads are poor enough to the office boy' mother. rapturous, passionate love throw her curious eyes the party of at least a do,- Mrs. Sniffwell-Why,
St goht to ten easecam'. ic LS. everywhere anti while convict labor It is estimated that two years are "Thrue fer yo Misther Smithors. arms again about his neck and stand on en-matrons andmaids, wivesor sisters have been eating onions
Se. t tbyail or expre uurAy
atk, wh *thi i the phosphate lines does not ma- required for the gulf water to travel He's Oirish all troo," replied the iptoe to rach hiso face with her wa of the oficers--s. edps que ", u, you're a
"Og r,,I, tjially conflict with skilled labor, from Florida to the coast of Norway. proud mother, oaressing tone of her every word or to and through the mysterious Dasag e west e.


42,.

se, and cown
time to catch,
m away city-'
tad disgorged.
ig and laugh-
ipationof the
Ian, in prape-
thoir number
an it for just
reut, jbilant,-.
g done, they
heem together
e return to
ain and have
.e map before
Perhaps the
now up for
Id lead with
went puffing
he ladies has-
uient were on
es were pass-
lk of a block

heels and pe.
ad them, and
sitive and un-
h above it a4ll
thrill voices of
re and there"
jornmals. But
mnd shopping
no such news
,e publication
never hear or
nmassacre I"
the kilUu of
jersil" "Ex.
oah the broad
rt of the wes*
half inoredu-
reads alourd
infantry, Cap.
tenant Blis,
en are killed.
and Lieutexn-
-th caval-
are seriously
a command to
ruing force of
ope is to hold
h them. AU
ie Union Pae
ers."
;D.J

xpositlon.
ae pr'hlblem
f the Cotton
I Exposition
exhibitors.
ially hungry
Ch'alti'no,.ga
ppi have aip.
Af them want
mi as the Ex-
ared to give.
istling with
d will doubt-
ory solution.
ie Plant sjs,
waited on at
ttee from the'
national Ex-
[. H. Caban-
nurnal. Mr.
sed by what
and promised
ibit.
State Teach-
ida at Ocalha
I exhibit at
liutr,'nationial
l and it was
ly that this
dling features.


nd IRegwver


ma the freezes
1886, those e
ag as bad or
it week, atd
that of 1894,
ition today is
oer than the
*.t, who are
simmer from ,


fall fromn loss
ter from bliz-
ten years in
er year con-
le horrors of
and death
fire. There-
thankfuil our
id take cour-
ver losses.
Times.

railroad com-
large supply
renewals and,
ihe contracts
0,000 tons of
between the
any, the Ed-
ks, the Cam-
he Sciantom
believed that
30,000 tons
Sin the year..

ler..

Bridget, yom'

mind rea.A'






M AR 'TI M E.
-< iL


*'IOTr.-It must he remembered that the
wind is not a wholly reliable mnbtiv6 pow-
er and if the sailors sometimes find it im-
possible to make schedule time it mus t be
c argued to the elements; they do the best
they aen.

Gulf Terminal
And Navigation Co.

CRSCENT LINE CF STEAMERS

The Stanch Sie-Whcel Steamer


GOV JNO A DIX
Capt. - - B. R. Sharit,
WILL LEAVE MOBILE' FQO,
SCA\Trtii LLE

Every Monday
Making Landings each way at
PENSACOLA
AND
ST. ANDREWS.
Unlimited Freight Capacity!
And Careful Attention to Con-
signments.
Licensed to Carry
50 :P-ASS:E'-TGEI~J:RS
Parties desiring to reach St. An-
drews via Carrabelle, take C. T. &
G. R. R. at Tallahassee, connecting
with bbat at Carrabelle Thursday
noon, arriving at St. Andrews Friday.
H. A. DORR, Gen'l Agt.


EFFIE A.


CAPT.


W31i. VILLIA-31.


xcursion and Passenler Boat
Best Equipped Passenger Vessel on
the Bay. Is prepared to take Ex-
cursionists to the Islands, or Any
Point on the Bay, on the shortest
'notice, and to carry passengers
and freight to any point on the bay

At Reasonable Rates.
i: ealdquarters, Ware's Wharf. Rsil-
dene, Commerce street, one block
east.
SCHOONER
JESSIE P.
CAPT. JOHN GLOVER.
IMakes regular trips between Pittsburg on
EasB Bay and Pensacola; will make reg-
-lar landings at Cromnnton and Har-
rison, Parker and at any other point
when requested beforehand to dQso.
Plssengeir.s and freight transported at
reasonable rates and satisfaction guar-
anteed. The Peoole's Store at Pitts-
burg is headquarters and orders left
there 'will receive prompt and careful
attention.- N. W. PITTr, Proprietor.
--L--a.-~
The Effie A. took a party of ex-
Cur'ioniiists to the Gulf beach Satur-
day, last.
The Crawford left for Apalachico-
la with a load of fish for shipment,
Sundayv.
"''e Jessie P. arrived from Pensa-
cola Thursday afternoon with two
passengers, and freight for St. An-
drews and East Bay parties.
The Cleopatra took a party of ex-
cursionists to the Islands Saturday,
returning late in the evening.
The steamer Gov.John A. Dix ar-
rived from Mobile and Pensacola
Friday morning with twenty-eight
passengers, twenty-six of whom dis-
ehibarked at St. Andrews. A want
that was beginning to 6 felt was re-
lieved by the freight she brought for
St. Andrews merchants, and other':-
She left very shortly for Carrabelle.

THE BLOOD is the source of
health. Take Hood's Sarsaparilla to
keepit pure and rich. Be sure to get
HOOD'S SARSAPARILLA.


A Week's Weather.
The following table shows what the
e'itperature at St. Andrews has bden
during tie past week, from observations
tLken at the JcoY office each morning
andt I1oon:
Morn. Noon.
Thursdal,........ Jan. 10 48 46
Pridayv ....... .. 11 32 50
Satiurday....... 12 36 46
81nday.......... ." 13 30 4t,
Monday......... 14 28 46
Tuesxday......... 15 48 61
Wednesady.... ." 16 id2 66

THE POPULAR



LOwis Houes,

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

Rooms Comfortable!
Terms Reasonable!


Sl Dian CURED without the uM
r Qution Blank and Book fre. C>U
S r writ D a B. BUTTS,
,SPPI a.U. At Louis. oa..


LOCAL DRIFT.
-Everything in the jewelry line
at Russell's.
-For Aligator teeth and shell
jewelry, call on I, J. Hughes.
-Candies-delayed holiday stock
just received by L. M. Ware & Co.
-No person interested in West
Florida can afford to he without the Buoy.
\ -The Loyal Temperance Legion
meetAevery Sunday afternoon at2 o'clock
-Legal cap, comm.,cial note
letter-head papers and envelopes, either
printed or plain at the BuoY office.
--If you are out of work and want
profitable employment, write to the Na-
tional Co., 4th and Locust St. Louis, Mo,
-The snow, which during the
past week touched the northern bounda-
ries of Florida did not get as far south as
St. Andrews.
-D. D. Melvin of Vernon has re-
ceived the appointment of county judge
to fill'the vacancy occasioned by the death
of Judge Jones.
-The W. C. T. T. meets regu-
larl eveery alter l Friday afternoon at-
3 o'clock. A dies interested in the
work are co y invi aittei d.
4 -===2vialS- c ga ey
correspondent e d us just as the
last forms of th hlov were going to press
and we regret that.N must lay over until
next week.
-A meeting for prayer, praise and
bible study will hereafter be held in the
Methodist church everS Friday evening at
7 o'clock. Subjects will follow the Inter-
national Sunday school lessons.
-Our correspondents will please
bear in mind that their favors must be
mailed early enough to roach u not later
than Monday evening: otherwise they
cannot appear la the current issue.
-On Friday night, last a party of
forty or fifty people, by previous arrange-
ment assembled at the residence of C. S.
Gaudarian at Farmdale and disported
themselves dancing to the enlivening
chords of "Chicken Foot," etc., from Prof.
Van Bailey's violin.
-Thousands of pretty robbins are
making their winter home in the woods of
Washingten county, and not only boys.
but grown min are waging a war of ex-
termination, with the evident intent of
seeing how many of the feathered inno-
cents they can slaughter.
-It seems that it is not generally
known that deeds are null and void unless
recorded within six months after date-so
says the statute. R. D. Hopkins, notary
public will receive and have deeds record-
ed and returned without extra cost. So
bear these facts in mind and take your
deeds to him in time.
-A number of young people ga h -
ered at the house of Robert Brown near
Parker on Tuesday night, last, and it is
needless to 'say that a violin was there,
tuned up for the occasion, and that danc-
ing was the feature of amusement in-
dulged in, the "old folks" participating
in the harmonious enjoyment.
-Fiom some cause, v which no one
here seems able to account for, many of
the oysters in St. Andrews Bay, particu-
larly on the reef beds are dead and there
are fears of an oyster famine. The deal-
ers with difficultyfind enough to supply the
Lome demand and the outlook is far from
being a bright one. Can any one account
for the misfortune or suggest a remedy'
-The taxes for all those persons
who have credits on the Buoy's tax book
will be paid now in a very few days.
Those who have no credits and desire to
have their taxes attended to had best re-
mit at once, as no tax will lie paid unless
the'funds are in hand for the purpose.
Even though the amount may be small we
cannot afford to advance it. Our friends
will please govern themselves accordingly.
-James Vick's Sons, seedsnlen
and Florists, of Rochester, N. Y., noted
among other enterprises for the fine cat-
alogues they each year issue, have sur-
prised thei- patrons 'by their issue of a
Floral Guide for the season of 1895. One
could hardly believe that by the art of
printing, pictures of fruits and flowers
could be made to look to naturally like
whit they are intended to represent; but
with the seventeen different tinted inks


used on the work and the delicate touches
of the engraver, the potato's, melons, etc.,
almost persuade one that ihey are indeed
real; while nature itself could hardly sur-
pass the delicate tints bestowed upon
many of the more attuclive members of '
the floral family, and its many pages of
new novelties ar' encased in a chaste
'T


wI/iLt VA Tf a-i ait lr It must have
cost thousands of dollars simply to pre-
pare this 1895 catalogue; but,the James
Vick's Sons, with their proverbial liber-
ality offer to send it to any address on re-
ceipt of 10 cents, which amount may be
deducted from the first order from bat-
gains the firm present.
-The Farm Journal of Philadel-
phia is the leading monthly farm paper of
the United States. It is boiled-down, and
hits the nail on the head every tinim. It
has over 200,000 subscribers scattered
from Maine to Washington and from
Michigan to Texas. It is adapted to the
farmers' needs in all parts of the United
States, and is devoted to stock-raising,
the orchard, the dairy, Ithe garden, poul-
try, the household, boys and girls, etc.,
etc. Its breezy, crisp pages contain as
much information in the course of a year
as many of the high-priced weeklies;
while its earnest, manly to.e and bright,
common-sense way of treating farm mat-
ters leave a good and lasting taste in
one's mouth. The subscription price is
50 cents a year. The publisher of tht
Buoy will if requested, for lOc extra,
send the Farm Journal one whole year to
every ubscriber who will promptly pay
up his or her subscription to this paper,
or for $1.10 in advance we will send both
the Buoy and the Farm Jourual for one
whole year. Write to the Farm Journal,
Philadelnhia. Pa f.r rmnl. conn;i,


Only a Scar Remains
c*rofula Cured--Blood Purified by
>* .* HHood's Sarsaparllla.
'C. L Heood o., Lowell, Mass.:
"It is with pleasure that I send a testmnonlal
eoneerning what Hood's Sarsaparilla has done
for my daughter. It is' wonderful medicine
sad I cannot recommend it too highly. Sarah,
hoe Is fourteen years old, has been
Afflicted With Scrofula
ver since she was one year old. 'For five year
ahe has had a running sore on one side of her
lace. We tried every remedy recommended, but
nothing did her any good until we commenced
using Hood's Ssparailla. My married daughter
ad rlied me to use Hood's Sarsaparlla because

HpoId'sCures
It hAa urd hrof dxeDf a..had .ha--


and since her cure she has never been without a
bottle of Hood's Sarsapurilla in the house. We
commenced giving it to Sarah about one year
ngo, and It has conquered the running sore,
Only a Scar Remaining
a a trace of the dreadful disease. Previous to
taidng the medicine her eyesight was affected
ut now she can see perfectly. In connection
with Hood's Sarsaparilla we have used Hood'S
Vegetable Pills, and findthem the best." Mas.
MAxA Garriri, Xenia, Illinois.
Hood's Pills cure nausea, iolk headache,
Indigestion, biliousness. Sold by all driNBista.

--'Fine assortment of candies at
L. M, Ware & Co.
-Nice bread, pies and cakes, fresh
every day at Russell's store.
-White and red onion sets at 15c
per quart at the Pioneer Drug Store.
-For sale-a very good pair of
work oxen; cheap and on easy terms, with
acceptable security. Apoly at the Buoy


but everyone lha
yet rally and hler
lint it was nl'l
parents and frieni
the loved one.
brought to St. A
in the new cen
more extended na
ed by friends anc
next week.
Earle
Earle Maitin,
of age, who carn
from Alabama
here a year or tim


hoped she might
eallth be restored.
be and husband,
-mourn the loss vf
er remains were
dre s and interred
'tery Monday A
ice will be furnish-
appear in the Buoy

Martin.
lad about 14 Wears
with his parents
Make his home
re agf, died at. the


residence of the Ihmily in Wewt End


i ield in the new


IVOTW
O what Hoos
tells the stwoy f it
Remember' HOO
Tie Sinit]
The V. Smill,
pller patents I-
May ', 171, A
16 1D72; May 2C
1883iJan. 22, 18S
May 21,1884: Ma-
1886iNov. 9. 1.
Aug 18 1SUl; No
131489; also pat
other patents penr
information writ
Grubber Co: LaCr


WE SAY, but
usaparilla Does, that
merit and success
'S CURES.
Grubber.


te
-i







I'
IC
c


office.
i e. .- Foi 1894 are nov
-If you are thinking of buying o 1 ae
property in St. Andrews or immediate vi- become delinquent
ciuity, you cannot afford to purchase until Owners of lots an I
you have conferred with the proprietor of cinity of St. Anti
the Buoy. govern themselves
-The wise homeseeker and pros-
pective investor will visit Parker and get
pointers and prices from W. H. Parker, W JL N
the real estate dealer there before in- Agents to sell our n
vesting elsewhere. of United States.Ri
FRANKLIN JAMESON.
-The Y. P. S. C. E. meets every teacher, pupil, and f
Sunday afternoon at 3 p. in., anda praver press and public.
meeting every Thursday evening at the boks per week. u
be made general agel1
Presbyterian church. The subject for PURITAN PUILInusmHIO
next Sunday not reported.
-N. W. Pitts, of the People's or
Store, Pittsburg, proposes to take no LF
back seat when it comes to buying and Lots 13 and 14
selling merchandise. Knowing the wants outhtlweht quarter
of the community he buys accordingly' l'. 11i. *-,.s ^
and hence his sales are speedy, and no 1 t. Andrews. A
dead scock accumulates. Purchasers 160 Acres on E
should bear this in mind. Sec. 20, one and a i
-W. H. Shands' standing invita- of Cromianiton,
tion te visit his store at Parler is well Bay Fro:It 1ai(l
worthy of consideration. He is less am- Knowni as the ('hI
bitious to accumulate a fortune in the stead. 'itlt (ilcci
mercantile business than to build up a eminent. Call at '11
growing and lasting trade, hence his C. W. Fo(,itU
prices are keDt at the lowest margin of St. A
of profit and his sales are corresponding.
ly cemplimentargy to his wisdom.
-Floridian: Tallahassee has two Parker Lodt
worthy citizens deserving of special men- a .
tion for long and faithful service. Mr. elar Co
W. M. McIntosh, sr., has been secretary ,ngular Commun
of Jackson lodge, No. 1, F.and A. M., for ay, on or before e
twenty-seven years, and chief clerk in the Visiting Brothe
comptroller's office for about the same Invit
length of time. Mr. B. A. Meginniss has
beeit treasurer of Leon lodge, No. 5, S. T. WXT
I. O. 0. F. for seventeen consecutive W. H. PARKER. S
years and now enters upon the eighteenth
-Capt. Ed. Hand is putting the A
finishing touches upon his new boat, the S T A
Buckeye, and in a very few days she will I
be ready to launch. The boat is twenty- f U T
seven feet long, with ten ceet beam; will
be jigger-rigged, and is one of the likeli- Mrs, J. W. Wilso|
eat looking boats ever put up on the bay. The only Hotel, esI
It has been built especially for, the accom- as such i
mnodation of Harry Evans and his "Buk. CENTR i
eye" party who will, with with Capt. Hand I L '
as master and L. E. Danford as mate, Close to and in plai
uake a tour of the waters of South Flort P r i c Ie8 s T
ida, to be absent for some months. The
boat, besides being built for strength and every a "te
service, is a beauty to look at, and surely of'i
our "Buckevs" friends are fortunate in se-
curing so fine a vessel for their excursion.
CAPT, SCi
Ohio itlver JL-Io'od.- o d.A ,
The flood in the Ohio river appears Oar
to have taken a fresh start and the Palafox st., Opp
latest accounts are that the waters cambia, One B:
are rising rapidly at all points on the UNION E
river. Pensacola,


Sale of the Age-Herald.


Sale of the Age-Herald.
The judicial sale of the Birming-
han Age-H:erald, that was to have
taken place on the 10th inst., has
been postponed unt!l~ february 11th.

N otice.
I will be at St. Andiews on Tues-
day, Jan. 29, for the purpose of col-
lecting taxes for the year 1894.
A. Q. JONES,
Tax Collector, Washington Co.
Vernon, Jan. 12, 1895.
Association Meeting.
The regular annual meeting of the
St. A. B. Short. & Imp. Ass'n will be
held at the association headquarters
on Friday Jan. 25, at 12 o'clock m.,
for members only, and they are re-
quested to be present promptly at
the time named.
By order of the president.
4 TP 1 u-I r Aa ,t SAn',,


Use Barnes'
A. S. BARNE i CO.,
Agent'
2 Will p
$525lelt
out, A $1.50 sam ele an
us. CHIDESTER & Son,

DnEAF NEsS &
A"F'" CURED.
help when all else fril
eyes. Whispers heard.
ible. F. HISCOX, -'53!
sole depot. Send for
free.
BREAKFAST-
JE5 0 mr


grub anl stumnp-
e .June 8, 1869;
1. 12, 1871; July
".3; Aug. 10,
; April 15, 1 4-:
26, 1886; Aug. o,
;; Mar. 31, 1891
,. 2. 1803 March
*ted in Canada;
ng. For further
to W- Smith
'cent, Minn.
.es
r due and will
April 1. 1895
lands in the vi
rews Bay should
accori.lingly,


TED!
b\w book Dictionary
story, by Prof. J.
Needed bv every
auiily; indorsed by
.Ag t< selling fifty
Ccs-5 'ul agents will
ts. Big Pay.
!o., Bost6n, Mass.

Sale.
Block 31) of th,
o Sec. 36, tp 3s
t^ic -fW i st., t,,Vwl

ast Peninsula.
jilill r ir mileCs 'vest

(Good HarIbor.
t F<,,rhles Ht jlle-
.)I 1 U. G. Gv-
i .:c', irl' address
Ii.. o. b,,x 80,
rews Ba, Fla.


ge No. 142,
,. 1'/1".,
nations on Satur-
ch ,full moon.
s Fraternallv
ed.
KLEY, W. M.
retary.


REWS

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Proprietress
Ieially fitted up
tI uwn.
L LOCATED
'i\ew of the Bay
de r a t e.
pamu to comfort
t.s.


LONGER'S.


House.
ite Hotel Es-
ckWest of
POT,
- Fla.

nk.
E. 10th, st. N. 1 .
profit per month.
%e it or pay for-
w articles just
terms free. Try
Bond st., N. Y.
hEAD NOISES
tubular Cushiions
. as glasses help
.Nokpain. Invis-
i%'ay New York,
ooks and proofs


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LEGAL NOT ICES

NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
LAND OFFICE AT GAINESVILLE, FLA.,*
Dec. 14th, 1894.
Notice is hereby given that the follow-
ing named settler has filed notice of his
intention to make final proof in support of
his claim, and that said proof will be
made before the clerk of the circuit courts
t Vernon, Fln on Jan. 31st, 1895., viz:
EMIL T. SCHMIDT, of Parker, Fla.,
Hd 19453 for the e % of the swY4 of sec
1l, tp 4s, r 13w.
He names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon and
cultivation of, said land: viz:
P. A. Kilberg, Wm. Olliver, Albert T
Collum, J. J. Fowler, all of Parker, Fla.
J. M. BARCO, Register.

NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
LAND OFFICE AT GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA,?
Dec. 14th 1894. f
Notice is hereby given that the follow-
ing named settler has filed notice of his
intention to make final proof in support. of
his claim, and that said proof will be made
before hle clerk of the circuit coort, at
Veruon, Fla.. on Jan. 31st, 1895, viz:
ALII ET T' COLLOM,l of Parker, Fla.
Hd 18527 for the uw Yj of sec 13, tp 4s,
r 13w.
He names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence uoon and
cultivation of said land, viz:
Emiil T. Schilidt, 1'. A. Killerg, Win.
Oliver, Jas. J. Fow:lr, all ,of i'arker, Fla.
J. M. 13Ai:( Register.

YNOTCE F `m PU LICATIgN.
L.A,M) OFFICE AT GAINESVILLE, FLA.4
Dec. 7, 1c94.
Notice is hereby given that the follow-
ing-nameiitd settecr hlas filed notice of his in-
tention to male final proul' in support of
his claimn,and that said pioof will be made
before clerk of the circuit court atBlounts-
town, Fla.. o,1 Jan. Q24th,1895, viz:
PHILIP D. RAILSBACK of Cromanton,
Flia..
lid 1S5(9i for lots 1, 8 and 9, sec 21. and
lot 1 sec' 21, p 4 s, r 14 w.
He names the following, witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon and
cultivation of said land, viz:
W. Croman, J. N. Forbes, Valentine
Landgraf, P. Heckler, all of Croman-
toi, Fla. J. M1. BARCO, Register.
eA r -D z .ra h




In leal Estate!

1On Ilail La East Bay.
153 ACRES.

Half Mile Bay Front!!
GOOD ELEVATION! TITLE PER-
fect! No Eiunicobrmance! Good Soil!
Iarge quantity Marketable Pine
'imiber! Five RIoom House! Out-
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DEATH'S HARVEST.

Death of Mrs. Chas. W. Forbes.
On Sunday morning last, after a;
lingering illness of several months,
the spark of life fled from the estima-
ble lady whose name heads this item.
Her illness had been referred to in
these columns on several occasions;


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end the Pacific Coast.
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Leave Jacksonville 8:30 a. m., and 4:15 p. m. daily with Through Pull-
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delphia, New York, Boston and all Eastern points, arrive Jacksonville 10:20 a.m.
In a few days a new route, Jacksonville via Asheville will be opened.
Leave Jacksonville 9:40 a, ill. For Lake City, Live Oak, Madison, Montl-
cello, Tallahassee, River Junction, Pensacola, Mobile, New Orleans and
the Southwest. Mexico, California and the Pa'-i fic Coast. Carries Sleeper., Ar-
rive Jacksonville 8:05 a. m. Connect at *Tallahassee with G. T. & C. R. R. for
Carrabelle and Steamer Gov. John A. Dix Thursday noon for St. Andrews.
Arrive St. Andrews Friday at neon.
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Offers His Professional Services to the Citizens of St, Andrews and
Surrounding Country.
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Thursday, Jan. 17, 1895.

ST. ANDREWS
PRICES CURRENT.
GROCERIES.
tugar, p) 1b Tea, t lt,
Granulated ..... ( He No....... 75
Coffee.A ... 6 Gunpowder.. 80
Lt brown..... 5 TUncol'd J:ap,. 50
offC'ee, Cond milk, '9 cali
Green.. a21C>5 Unsweetn'd. 10@l15
Browned ..i i0 Sweetened .10@15
singer snaps.: 10 Baking powder
'rackers, soda. 81- Roval....... 50
,bacco, plug 30ao(i Camnplbell. ..15a25
.Iaisins Canned fruit
London layers. .15 Peaches.... 120a20
Valencia..... 12; Tomatoes. ... 1Oa5
iice.......... 7 Apples....... 15
kpples- Pears ......... 15
Evaporated.. 1 Plums......... 220
')ried Peaches 8 Apricot........ 35
S3oal Oil pr-gal .... 15 Strawberries... 20
asoline ......20 Pineapple.... 20
l orida Syrup... 509 Cannred Meats
r lney...'..... 1.00 Roast Beet'.. I 5a25
Jinegiar........ 30 Corned Beef 15a225
Sheese pr lb .... 16 Chil.p,.d Beef.. 25
Sutter........... 30 Lobster....... "20
Lard ...... ... 10 dSalmon....... .15
Ucans........... 6 Canned Vegetables
Cocoanut pkg... 10 Baked Beans... 15
Fiuit Pnddine... ) Corn .......... 15
Jelly, 'laI 15i-25 Peas. ......... 15
limne Juice ...... 51 Pumpkin ...... 15
Eggs per dos... 15
PROV VISIONS.
Flour Pork
S 0 NY_.... 2,00 Mess pr ..... 11
Favorite.... 4.50 Bacon Sides.....11
Corn Meal prbhu f Fresh....... 8al0
Oat Meal pr lb... 5i Br'kf'st Bacon. .12
.ornper bu .......75 IHam canvassed 14
Potatoes Shoulders..... 10
Irish.... ....1.60 Beef
Early R'se seed 1.60 Corned......... 8
Sweet........ 60 Fresh ........81a0
salt, pr sack... 1.00 Dried.......... 25
Table ....... 5 Milk pr qt...... 10
HARDWARE.
Nails, Per B1...4a4 Ax,with handle. 1.00
Manilla ropel2t'al5 IHoes, each. ...35a50
$t.ov s cook,...'.5 Copper paint, can 50
Pipe, joint.18a-20 Linseed oil, gal.. 80
DRY GOODS,
Prints, per yd.. 5a8 Ginghams ..... 8al0
Sheetings .... 5a9 Flannel. ......25a50
Musliw........ all Thread per spool. 5
Jeans ......25a200 Shoes, ladies.$1a2 75
Extra pants pat 225 Men's. ... 1 40a300
MISCELLANEOUS.
Hay pr cwt.... 1.30 Oats pr bu...... 60
Bran.......... 1.25 Brick pr M......8.00
Rope Sisal ...10@12 Lime pr iobl..... 75
FRUIT and NUTS.
Oranges pr doz. 20 Pecans pr Ib..... 15
SApples......... 25 Walnuts. .......20
StL.emons ........ 25 Almonds........ 20
3trawherries, qt 25
OYSTERS
tu shell prl,000 1.50 Opened pr qt .. 15c
LIVE STOCK.
Horses... $80a100 Cows....... $l1~n$25
Mules... $100a$155 Hogs ........3 to $4
Oxen.. pr yoke 50( Sheep.......... $2
I'OU TLTR Y
(ie'.ickls euch a I.2.5 (tcese each. 45a50
I'.rkrvy . ? 7,al.OO Ducks....... 15;t20
G AM E.
Venison pr Ih 7at) T'rkeys..... .73a1.00
FISH.
freslh Salt
Mullet pr do -. 25e Mullc pr hid 5.00
Trout.:......, 25 Trout........ 4.50
Pompano pr 1h.. 6 Pompatno 1. 10.00
Sturgeonl...... 10 Mackeral .... 8.00
.UMB"113EIt.
Flooring, Ceiling.
roart, y i...$16(i.OI Heart, q in.. .$.lOlJI
Pace ... 14.00 Face ... 14.00
Sap ... 12,00 Sap ... 12.00
Drop -idlin;, Claphoards,
Heartface jJmi 15.001 ix6 in,'in. m...$12.00
Sao 12.00 Finishing lum-
Buff lumber. 8(i@i2 ber, d.. $12@15.00
Heart shinhles, 2.50 Lath, Pin.... '2.00
flap 1.50 Boat lumber,
dressed....20a30


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and the
Bay Country.

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which we can furnish this fine MAP
covering about eighteen miles square
of territory, including the Cincinnati
Company's Tract, also .Harrison,
Parker, Cromanton, and adjacent
country, for a
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Or given for 5 cash yearly subscriptions.
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Address THE BUOY, q
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Personal.. The Tree That Gives Light.
B. Swearingen and son, Xf R,~o s- One of the most remarkable of
ville, Kan., were arriving pal:selngers trees or Nhruils grows neal son e
on the Jessie PI aiid will remnt.illn ere s.irings a)bouit tweive miles InrtIh of
for some time, 'Mr. S. h lavitg' soniI 'lscarawn, A.\i. it i, :imonut six or
valuable property iere. .seven reet high, with :i t unk lwhii.h,
.1io. Knott anll wife, of Peoria, at its base, is ilire, tili's tie t ize. ,f
I;.s., who have coine to be regular an ordinary man'.s wrist. It has
winter residents here, arrived on the numberless branches amin twigs, andi
Oix Friday morning and will remain resembles someivhat the barberry.
f .r tle winter. They are accompa- Its truly wonderful characteristic is
nieid by Edward Masker, a young its luminosity, which is so great that
friend of the family, also of Peoria, on the darkest night it can be plain-
Mrs. Headii g and family con ist- ly seen a mile away. A person
ing ,f two daughters, a nieee-Miss standing near could read the finest
Annie Stowell, and a friend-Miss print by its light. Its foliage is ex-
M. Chalmers, from Peoria, Ills., ar- tremely rank, and its leaves resemble
tired on the Gov. John A. Dix, somewhat those of :he aromatic bay
Friday. Mrs. Heading and family tree in shape. size and color. The
have taken a cottage in St. Andrews, luminous p operty is due to a gunm-
and Miss Chalmiers is at present es- my substance, which can be transfer-
tablished at Cromanton. red to the hand by rubbing, with tihe
TIiupa Times: E. A. Emnmons. of transfer the phosphorescent light,
the St. Andrews Buoy, is in the city while that on the leaf disappears.
and will spend some weeks visiting The luminosity is thought to be due
E. J. Lynch, his brother-in-law. Mr. to a parasitic form. The Indians re-
Emmnnons is on*- of the deepest think- gard it with superstition, and will
er_ anib Liighrttat.triteri of lii.syear., not conip near it even in daytime.
in Flori.tl. "- '[ITev give ita a Irane iitniti iftamrr-
Mr. and Mrs. .lamues Gargett, of "witch tree."
Richmond, Va., who are also recog-
nized as citizens of St. Andrews, ar- Nourier-Journal
Courier-Journal.
rived on the steamer Friday and will congatulae the populists of
We congratulate the populists of
occupy their home in West End, ol- Kentucky upon their determination
til Mlay, or later..
til May, or later. to stand on their own platform, with-
West Liberty (0.) Banner: Harry out fusion with either of the old par-
Evans, of this place, A. Weller, of ties, but with the purpose of fighting
DeGraff, and Samn Madden, of Ken- both. If the populists are right, the
nard, will start on their Florida trip democrats and republicans are
next Saturday. They ..ill be gone wrong, and there should never be
until spring. .. ,
until spring. any compromise with errr. No
A party of travelers consisting of more should either of the .ld parties
F. P. Ediiger. of Chicago, Ills.,cpeate with te populist. This
Harry Bartow, of Coloma, Mich., ad is a time for straight politics on un-
W. C. Jordan. of Punxsutawney, Pa. equivocally drawn lines. No party
Irove in with a one horse rig. via is going to succeed by trickery or by
Chipley, Tuesday, and are camping dickering with its enemies.
in the grove east of the BUOY office.
Miss Hallie Munger, of Harvaid, Lemon Ketchup.
Ills., who has been stopping for some This epicurean sauce is a good ad-
time past at the St. Andrews Hotel, edition to cold meats that often grace
took passage on the Dix, for Apa- our tables in summer. Cut half a
lachicola, Friday. dozen smootth lemons into slices, ie-
Mr. and Mrs. G. M. WVest, Mrs. move the seeds an.l rub wiih three
Chas. West and family, arrived from ounces of salt. Mix a seasoning of
Escanaba, Mich., on the Dix, and one ounce each of cloves, mace and
will occupy their St. Andrews home cayenne, and two ounces each of
or the remainder of the winter, mustard seed, allspice, white pepper
Murder Suspeted and horse-radish. Put the slices of
MIurder Suspected.
Suspicious circumstances incident lemon in a stone jar, sprinkling the
to the death of a Mrs. Salem in Pen- nuixed seasoning between; pour oveor
sacola last Sndlay morning led to two quarts of white wine vinegar
ie arrest from, testinlmonii before th i "laile boiling hot; let all stand for 24
:,roner's juny of a white nman bv the Iiouris, and strain and bottle for use.
>al r o. f Tlhn A r 4 i -itI i. I I


.,u ie (1 1 i,."os. .ctl.,eodt a<. d tie is be-
ing held to await an examinaation of
thle stomach which : has been sent to,
an expert chemist a: New Orleans.

Snow in Florida.
Pensacola papers report quite a
fall of snow, during the recent cold
wave, reaching from a heavy fall in
sou there Alabama.

The Penny Juggler.
Scientific American.
A writer on the streets of old Par-
is gives in Blackwood's Magazine
the description of a wonderful juggler
who must, however, have performed
the following trick by skill rather
than bf deception:
He asked the crowd for pennies,
that is, pieces worth two sons; he put
five- of them into his right hand,
played with theni, tossed them a few
times in the air, and then suddenly
flung them straight up to a height
which seemed above the housetops.
He watched them intently, as they
rose, and as they turned, and began
to fall, he opened, with his left hand,
the left pocket of his waistc:.at, and
held it open, perhaps two inches.
Down came the pennies, not loose-
ly or separated from each other, but
in what looked like a compact mass.
He gazed at them fixedly, shifting
his body tihrtly, so as t, o'ky wa;-
der them-he scarcely had to move
his feet at all-and crash came the
pile into his waistcoat pocket.
He repeated the operation with ten
pennies, and finally he did it with
twenty. Yes, positively with twen-
ty It almost took one's breath
away to hear the thud. Never did
he miss, and never did the pennies
break apart or scattei. They stuck
to each other by some strange attrac-
tion, as if they had become soldered
in air. There was evidently some-
thing in the manner of flinging that
made them hold together.
After wondering each time at the.
astonishing skill of the operation. I
always went on to wonder what that
waistcoat pocket could be made of, to
support such blows. The force, the
dexterity, and the precision of the'
throwing-- ome sixty feet high, as
well as I could guess-and the un-
'ailing exactness, of the catch were
quite amazing. The pennies went
ip and canie down in an absolutely
vertical line.

Congress keeps floundering ov r


Among thirty-nix brigands arrest-
ed for the recent attack upon, Tortili
wert an ex-officer of gendarnes, a
priest, a judge, two wealthy land
owners, a student and a former rai:-
way magnate.

The Brewers' Jonrial states that
English syndicates have $91,000,000
invested in American breweries, tihe
dividend on which, at 9 per cent. last
year, was $8,190,000 and was paid
in gold.


BERNHARDT AND SARDOU,
Tho Quarrel and Reconciliation cf he
Dramatist and Actress.
Speaking of Sardon and Bernhar(.t,
tho following story concerning the great,
French actress and the equally renowum d
playwrigt id vouched for 1i, rL., corre-
spondent of The(ourrier d( EF' ts-Unis:
The two who have achie i tlio great-
est triumph in "Gismonda,'! M. Vio-
torien Sardon and Mnme. Sarah Bern-
hardt, were at swords' points in the be-
ginning. This dislike dated from "Dan-
iel Rochet," which Sardon u vo to the
Comedie Francaise after his n mination
to the French academy. S: ah Bern-
hardt expected that Sardou n Id select
her to create the role of her ne in the
play, but he chose Mile. Bet; instead;
hence the anger of Mme. ruhardt.
When the actress and the a hor met,
the former passed on the oth side; the
latter pulled his hat dow over his
eyes. Each murmured some ng not at
all complimentary to the oth
Then Sarah Bernhardt lef he Come-
die Francaise, went to Ame a, where
she made her first triumph tour, and
returned to France. Upon or arrival
in Paris she entered into n gotiations
witf R1aymond Deslande, manager of
the Vaudeville. She asked nothing bet-
ter than to play there. But What should
she play? She did not wish to return to
classical roles. She wanted an entirely
new play, which should br' out all
her qualities.
- "TIhar I onlv one can
write the pl.'
lande. "That man is :3ardo .'
"Sardou! cried teactr is. Such a
disposition, inc:ipable of d ing justice
toan artist. MI-,r ovtr, irrit bl,'brntal,
a man who runs up again overvlody,
who"-
"Very well," rcpl.id D lindo, "lE1
us say no more abotL it." RHe went t
see Sardon and told hiram ut he must,
have a play for Sarah Eeru ardt.
"SarahI" exclninmed ie writer.
"Sarah! Such a dispositio I Crabbed,
disagreeable, quarreling ith every-
body, vho "- i i
"Very well, verywell, i is quite un-
derstood."


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,.nu rnee o-a muLa unsji trt,_r rlon read S
"Fedora" to Sarah, who, radiant, threw Uu -r Clubbing List
herself on the author's nec, in the pres-
enco of Deslande. The BUOY has made very liberal clui.
"Ahl Deslande, "-aid Sardon, "what bing,arrangements with a few of the very
did I tell you? How gentle she isl How best publications in the country and for
sweet! How adorable!i" the present can send for a whole year
"And bet" rejoined Bernhdt. 'The BUOY and
"How amiable he is! How he appre-
ciates real talent, and how qbligingl "he Florida Citizenweekly, for.. 65
Embrace me, Raymond!" Farmer and Fruit Grower" .. 2 55
.-- -.--.--- Floiida Agiiculturist ... 2 55
Orchids" For Cu't Flowers. do c;ubao 5, each ... 5
So many beautiful flowers drop their Farm Journal, Philad'a, monthly 1 10
petals soon af,er cutting that th:y are Atlanta Constitution ... 1 65
out of favor with purchasers. The ef. Cincinnat; Enquirer twice a week
forts of flotistii are generally in the di- 8 large pages each issue..... 1 65
reaction of introducing such flowers as For any or either of the above public
will hold their own for some time after tons in connection with the BOOY, ad-
cutting. It is possibly one of the lead- dress all orders to THE BUOY,
ing advantages of the carnation that it St Andrews. Fla.
lasts so long on the parlor table, and
this is found to be true with many spe- -
cies of orchids which are coming into GI
favor for cutting purposes, quite as WU
much on account of this persistence as g a E
on account of their rarity and sweetness. A
In this closely related family the cypri- M AK ES
pedium is found particularly valuable. hlirts, Collars and Cuffs;
There are not only pe rsi.auco, swo.:-tneas
and cnrious features he forms and H0 Launc'ies then
colors oZ the fiol.-r; i They also havo In the Best Style.
the long stems whichen ble the Ameri- Run and see him.
can florists to use them without the
necessity o..f lavishly stemming them.- Take your work to him.
Meehan's Monthly. Send for him-he will come.
A reak of Luk. Cor. Hartford ave and Beck sts.,
Mrs. Portly Pompnu-Oh, Bridget, St. Andrews Bay
you have broken that magnificent Japa- ---
neae vaseI
Bridget--Sure, mum, isn't it lucky A M AP
that there was nothing in itl-Tam-
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Alexander Dunas seut to Saiah 111 J d. bUlU
Bernhardt and tc each member of her Biena Vista v i Drae t.,
company who took part in "La Ro-
naisaine" a volume of the work in- St. Andrews, Fla,
scribed with his autograph. H.,, ani .\ccl tlatin Fir't-
Si Cla-ns in E\erv espect.
Platinum has been -drawn into
smooth wire so fine that it cmuld not
be distinguished by the naked eye feP. fssh'S Belts i ppliances
even when stretched across a piece of It,"into mr,."; ,l
white cardboard. Belts, IujpeUsoriea, siO'
nal Afpliances, Abdolo
hnal 5&pporter5, Vests,
Aluminum has the property, wheInasolf,0, etc.
lollnrles iheumatisl J dver and ]Eldane
used as a pencil, of leaving an indeli- CoMp s Rhi, Dymatps, If rore th
LComplainthood, Dyp % esin Error of Vnltb,
bIle mark o|i glass or any other, sub- ress, ,.ndallTroubles;a ScAxalt-e.
questiol 3Llnk mand J oUkfree. Call ow
stance having a silicious base. rite. Blani ud Bo free Co or
---- Volta.Mcdica Ap iancs Ca.,
The Rost Iemarkable cures of scrofula s Pine street, ST. LOUI, 3MO,
on record have been accomplished by --- -
Hood's Sarsaparilla. This medicine is 1
unequaled for diseases of the blood. Take LU RLuLII I"
onlHood'se e a
Hofe ops LLS are nanlalprau e,-Tr n P t .,ureara rtee
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prepare for the public a map of G 0 T 0
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tending eastward from Dyer's
OU MI tA LF Bckin'S Store,
oiut, taking in the Old Town site of
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The Map will show owners of lots
int time city jHst where they are lo-
cit ei, itn1l is of value td those think-
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Size of r-d 30x50 Inches.
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COME ANY WAY and load in your COUNTRY PRODUCE,
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Th ST ANDREWS BAY



HBortctural a n d Improvement


Assioofiation.



ORGANTF D JANUARY. 9, 1892.

The object of this Association is to Improve the Country adjacent to St
Andrews ,Bay and to
Develop its Resources as a Fruit-Growing Country.
,To accomplish this the Association proposes to Sell Lands in tractsof Two-
and-a-half and FiveAcres to such parties only as will improve them by the
Erection of Houses. Fences and such Permanent Improvements as will enhance the
value of each tract so disposed of, and particularly to
Plant them out in Trees, Plants and Vines,
To the end that in the shortest practicable time every such tract shall be a
Source of Revenue to its Owner.
AS TO. RELIABILITY OF THE ASSOCIATION.
The first questitol wh;ch will naturally be asked will be: "Is this Asso-
e action reliable"' And the answer to it is: Any person erjploying the Associatiom
to make imprrovemrntg. may deposit an approximate payyf c.t of the e!.tiuated cost ol
tle samu with anll' rcspuusiblle Ilusiniise mani or tirm do0~ hbuinc- on the Bay or in
Bank at their own home to be pai.I uoer unlv 'hlien tbhi association shall satisfacto-
rily show that the improvements have been made acco n to agreed :. -
'L_ . --1 I _ -- __ ._.


A N lghtty EJpisode.
Not applicable to "the land of
flowerd."
Crispy air,
Lovely night.
Twinkling stars,
Spirits bright.
Bashful man,
Timid maid;
Both in love,
Half afraid
Bob-tail nag
Shining snow;
'"Git along!"
Away they go.
Narrow sled,
Cozy rug;
"Nice!" she said,
Little hug.
Coming back,
Laughing moon;
Yum yum-smack f
Wedding soon.
-New York Evening Sun.
The Glory of Trees.
The Spectator.
"IItin trutih ye anoint me king
over you. then come and put your
trust inmy shadow," said the bram-
ble. *'lI not, let fire come out of the
bi:amble and devour the cedars ol
Lebanon." The .shadow ofthle great'
I.-bC a-L11r


74- e y ... 1 t, ls"tt apuieal to 'the pe,
--S -- '- |i 0-
CtlRAIE E .. -1 V a b I p I
all property o'ntru'ted to its k.epigg. duringg a .innt oreit tiros, dishonest pilferers pl's of the East. The banyan, under
or daniages from any cause possible to be prcventcd. which fifty generalilns have -helter-
From a careful estimate of the probable expli and income of a fruit ed r the sun, is irt an ebodi
plantatin in the St. Aindre ws Fe, cFutry a few figures are i.vcn: ed r thes s t a ebd-
Price ol';ana pe acre, say .$25 to I.' cost of clearing, sy -0; -ost of planting 1st ment of benevolence, later, perhaps,
year, say $30: cost of cultivation each year thereafter,.* a bl f 'ndrance
It. is not extravauani: to estimate that a 1-acre vineyard will on the third a symbol of endurance.
,yedr, if properly cultivated, yield $200 worth of fruit,'and of peaches nearly or quite The grandeur of a tiee does, in a
the same, while fiSs should do even better than that. Then, though perhaps a little great measure, depend upon its size.
ioi er., some of Item, in coming into profitable hearing may be named pears, apricots, i
nectarinies, plums, prunes, mulberries, olives, Japan persimmons almonds, English The national pride of America in its
v'lnuts, Japai. chestnuts, pecans, and ,,any other varieties of fruits and nuts. which giant trees is well founded. In the
tare almost certaii to flourish here; while oranges and citrus fruits, though not con-iera Nevad, tre ar ee
; aidered certain 'ieldlarge returns oftener than they miss. Sierra Nevada, t.ere are three
SThe Secretary of the Assodiation will give particular attention to an- groves of the "mammoth tree,"
sweri, letters of inquiry, and the Buoy will in its answers to correspondents an- which, like the beeches of the New
awer all q.iueit ions asked it.
REM EM BE R, the Association Lands will be sold on Easy Forest. will forever be protected as a
Terms of Payment; but improvements must be paid for as satisfactory proof is given national inheritance. At the head-
that the work has been performed. CORRESPONDENCE SOLICIT ED.
Address R. E. HOWARD, Sec. waters of the San Antonio river, the
Harrison, Fla. number still standing is about two
hundred, of which ninety-two are of
the largest .size. Six hundred more
X 4, C of these giants stand at a distance o'f
min I&L W E Ml Bfifty miles, on the slopes of the mouin-
SA A K E R tains. At a short distance beyond
9 there are five hundred more, and it is

JEWELER AND OPTICIAN. said that a fourth grove has been dis-,
REPAIRS IN HIs LINE. covered, which is to be included
Carries the Largest Stock of among the national parks. The avz
atches, Clocks, Jewelry and Spetcacle age dientions of these trees are
Ever Brought to St. Andrews. Also 300 feet in height and 3 feet in di-
SILVERWAREi Shell and Aligator Teeth Jewelry a specialty. ameter near the ground; but some
Office at Geo. Russell's Store, St. Andrews, Fla. specimens arl'. 400 feet high-a few
feet lower than the cross of St.
Paul's. If the giants of our own
> Rwoods appeal to us as an embodiment
FU R I T E. of magnificence, what must be th If yon need FSLRN1TURE of any kind, call on impression created by this hall ,)f
columns, in which each equals in
AM N C height the spire of a cathedral, and
has stood through ages of whise din;
ration the years of the oak are an in-
I SBconsiderable fraction.
Thehe Californian giants lack one
40, 42, & 44 S. Palafox st.,. Pensacola, Fla. element of. impressiveness. They
have no associations other than those
L which their size conjures up. Haman
LARGEST STOC fancy has never played with their
LORCWEST P EUI Cn mighty fornis; so far as is known, no
L W S PRICES. human eyes have watched the ages of
their growth. They have no place
in the story of nations, they have no
temples, furnished no navies. They
have no place in story. They were
found alone in the wilderness, as the
Siberian fur-hunter found the ice-
cased maminoth. in a world of their
own. To the mind of the educated
west. the groves of the cedars of
FOR INVENTIONS Lebanon would appeal more strongly
than the groves of the Sierra Nevada;
Equal with the interest of those having claims against the government is the bulk of the one could not out-
that of INVENTORS, who often lose the benefit of valuable inventions because
of the incompetency or inattention of the attorneys employed to obtain their weigh the associations of the other.
patents. Too much care cannot be exercised in employing competent and reli- But to the prinitie notions of east-
able solicitors to procure patents, for the value ef a patent depends greatly, if i,
not entirely, upon the care and skill of the attorney. eIr peoples, the giart tree makes a
With the view of protecting inventors from worthless or careless attorneys, direct appeal, not only tor respect,
and of seeing that inventions are well protected by valid patents, we have
retained counsel expert in patent practice, and therefore are prepared to but for worship, WVhatever departs
Obtain Patents in the United States and al Foreign frln the ordinary course of nature
Countries, Conduct Interferences, Make Special -tki s thean as Ihe im nediate wnk
.. fG,,,^! lInd unu whliich necesarily
jExaminations, Prosecute Rejected Cases, Register i
pret.erv eB sinletilintr ot the divee.
Trade-Marks and Copyrights, Render Opinions as puch, f.,o ex:unllei i the hly iite.
to Scope and Validity of Patents, .roseoute and ,f an, it it e tem, i iet
Defend Infringemnent. Suits, Etoc., E. "' "- n'i. wh .s,4L Qio
I -Tf -- _" "QI'UULIU u-auna'send a sketch or oto.rap thereof, to- :bri.ie an.l Iii' ..m un I e sn; -
gether with a brief description of the important feature" and you will be at
once advised as to the best course to pursue. Models are ,btlou- necessary. If i-day; and this claim to worshipI
others are infringing on vour rights, or if you are charged wn- infringement by is shared potentially in the Ea. t bhy
others, submit the matter to us for a reliable OPINION befor, acting on the every great tree overtops its fel-
matter. eer great tree tat overtop its l-
THE PRESS CLAIMS COOrlPANY, owvs.
18 iF STREET, NORTHWEST, WASHINGTON, D. C. A Big Turnip.
P.O. BOox 885. JOHN WEDOERBURN, Managing Attorney. Ft. Meade Pelible.
Morgan Snow presented the Pebble
JiW'This Company is managed by a combination of the largest and most influential news-the Pebble
paper in the United States, for the express purpose of protecting their subscribers with a turnip last week of the globe
against unscrupulous and incompetent Patent Agents, and each paper printing this adver* variety that measured nineteen inches
ltsemeit touches for the responsibility and high standing of the Press Claims Company
rCut this out e~d send it with your inqui.lry. i circumference and weighed four
and one-half pounds. It was raised
on ordinary cowpenned flatwoods lan-
l lThe Old Reliable and furnishes abundant proof as to,
k. = a t what can be done with the Florida


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fortsatfon ooncerning Patents and how to ob-
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lmei and eltentlflc tboos sent free.
PatA taken through Munn & Co. receive
pec~l hotce anthe Scientific Atnericun. and
tl1 3tc brought widely before the public with-
ou0 et to the inventor Tthis splendid paper,
asuedl Weely. elegantly il sttfaeS, has b far the
sat t oiroulatioa f any soientifc work in the
wsoiN S year. ampe copis sent fre
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.ful tk a oors.eern, and photographs of new
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married or single, In cases of exposure;
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sands.

Col. H.
of the Plai
an interview


Senior weakness and
decay, nervous debility thle big fe
and lot vitlaty ant ire tor 12 cent te
postazo. least ,00
na. WARD INSTUTUTE, t20a.9t St.8Tll1.U 0, least 5,0
ll edIonePAllStratment. Old hours
rll || I \ without kuife. No loe of time ,-
P ILLEStarom buices. Fttulta, mtr. for' $5 api
S etc. also cured. 30 years' ex.
Question Blank and Book tree. Callor write. t lildren's
DILS E R- I r.. ild nl


*
S. Haines, vice president
mt railway system said, in
w that, the damage done
ida orange crop alone by
eze wotild amount to at
0,0009

eeMI are sotd in Boston
ece. They are used for
playhouses henbhouses and


Printing in Inditt.
N' Y. Corn. Advertiser.
An Engli.hmaln who was for some
years editor of the Morning Post, of


Allahubad, gi
tieulars of t'
native India
"Yon wall
one-half Hi4
M1ha mueda
haven't a sa
means hav
lor all emner
deistand a
guage, and
kind of intu
iliBheartenin
the second
through the
after correctly
ent form. I
foreman prin
creature i- fl
He doesn't
you are say
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at hin in a I
the other mn
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yes some curious par-
c uncertainties of the
pointer. 'He says:
about 500 compositors,
loos and the other half
l. When the Hindoos
ed holiday the Moham-
so you must prepare
ncies. They don't un-
rd of the English lan-
!y set up copy by a
on. The first proof is
anl incompr hensive;
yly idiotic. and then
ird and fourth stages,
us, it assumes a coher-
u can't argue with the
r, who is an imposing
ving robe and turban.
iterstand, and tuhinka
Ig something comrili-
you can do, is to swear
.ge tune ot voice before
i he does not carry
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PRIZES ON PATENTS.

How to CGe $100 and Perhaps
Make a Fortune.
We secure patents and to induce
people to keep track of their bright
ideas we offer a prize of one hundred
dollars to .be paid on the first of ev-
ery month to the person or persons
whe submits to us the moet merito-
rious invention during the proceeding
month. We also advertise the in-
yencion free of charge in the National
Recorder, a weekly newspaper pub-
lished in Washington, D. C., woich
has an extensive circulation through-
out the United States, and is devoted
to the interests of inventors.
NO" 80 HARD AS, IT SEEMS.
The 'idea of being able to invent
something strikes most people as be-
ing very difficult; this delusion the
company wishes to dispel. It is the
.imlple tltings and small inventions
that make the greatest amount of
nim-ney, anm the. coimlplex ones are
seldlnn protitablo. Almost everv-
b,,dy at sonme time or aInother con-
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0", L...-.11 I. .. a. t-I. J-,I s
i, an steal or a fe w Real Estate Dea er.
vh wonid nly be wotli to him a "Parker, Fla.
dys., wheIli asala.ims begin to in- fIrt1ne. UnfiiortunIIately, such ideas
crease and his seftiulness evaporates. are usually dis-missed without a L M. WARE lO. R. THOMPSOd ,
But look at lie wages. At $2 a thouKht. The simple inventions
molthj the conmno-itor considers him- like the car window which could
self wealthy enpi:.h to keep a wife easily be slid up and down without
anmd lmily anmiseveral other families breaking the passenger's back, the 1 1
involved by t eir marriage. The sauce lfan, the collar button, the nut
coclies who wolk the presses get no lock, the bottle stopper, the snow
mcre than $1 amin.imth, and at that shovel, are things that almost every
figure you mu.h alnit that they are one sees some way of improving up-
chpaper than g4, electricity, or any on, and it is these kind of inventions l C
othei motive lmOikr, for that matter." Lhat bring the greatest returns to
the author. D E A L E R S I N
LOcating a lunken Vessel by the author. DEALEIS IN
E Ele-tricit.v. The prize we offer will be paid at DRY G O"ODS
A year ago tie Russian monitor, the end of each month, whether the
llu.alka, founde-ed in the Gulf of application has been acted upoiL by GROCER IER
Finland, and unid recently the exact the Patent office or not. Every i:- R ARPW A E,
location of the vreck has been un- ventor must apply for a patent, ol
known. The Ipoition if the u lucky his invention through us, and wheth- BUI D RSb SUPP -.'S
vessel was de'ernmiitn by the use of er hle secures a patent or not, the in- Shi ChSalt ih Etc Etc., Et
an 'instrument deviseil by Captain ventor'will have a valuable petent. Ship Chaudlery, al ish, Et ., .
McEvoy. and called a "submarine THE PRESS CLAIMS COMPANY. o-0-o-o-o -
detector." Thii- instrunl nt and its JOHN WEDDERBURN, A G N T F R
use are desolibed in the London Elec- General Managanager,
trical Review: t Thc apparatus is 618 F st N. w., Washington, D. c. nt
based on the principle of Professor Pc. S. s. Ie responsibility of this
llughle.' indlulctiin balance, and it ci)mpany may be judged fi the r TwNot
.consists of an ectic, l arrange. fact that its stock is held by about AL SO FOR
consists of an electrical arrangement, of the 'leading ef
carried oin boaril the searching vessel seveteen luudrel of3 th e leading Wh.e t A-t i e .
and a sinker, which is trailed along newspapers of the United States.
the botton Tim ..,i ik.r is connect-
ed with thme vessel Iv a light electric- CAT ELECTRICITY.
al cable of ary rj,iire, te,,ighl. The Those Who tely on It For Curative PI I A L
poses Can Get It In Other Ways.
apparatus i so a L that when The London Lancet says: B LUM
the siUkemr li a at mass oft met- The electrical effect produced by rub-
al the ecct ,ic.al l,1.l:ce i upset, and bing a cat's back is of course well --% _-_, AC r
kiown. It is also well known that this .
sotiunds become uiIlil'lu in the tele- is frictional electricity, or, perhaps
phone, while thleyvre reduced in in- more correctly, the electricity of con- T PS &
telsitv as the ,sitlr recedes frim the tact; that it is a surface effect produced
metall c e T ewsby the rubbing; that it does not point O PK S &
metallic object. The search was to pre-existing electricity stored in the
continued for several weeks, and thY body of tho animal, and that the person ARE PREPARED TO FURNISH
exact positionn of t" 1 foundered vessel who, having concluded a massage, sinks R ugh and Dressed Lmbarof A Grade
ex0-t p. s, ,ndrd es Ointo a chair declaring that his exbaus-ressember, of All Grade.
was at .ength [ilaetl bey'.tnd all ques- tion is consequent on the loss of "the
tion, as every tiuew the searching living galvanism" which he has im- -
steamer passed ovo a given spot the parted to the patient is a charlatan.
n s t It is to be remembered that friction THE PATRONACE OF THE PUBLIC SOLICITED.
electric indicator o uf the 'detector between any dissimilar substances al-
soundcd loudly, th]us affording evi- ways produces electricity, and in illus-
tration of this the electrical effect some-
dence that a large nass of metal w s times produced in a dry atmosphere gUP U L L
sul)merged u w. when the hair is combed on the body
T---T quickly divested of a flannel jersey may T1 (T TTT
Too Many eral. be instance, or the classic experiment I
A gentleman who summer home is of rubbing a stick of sealing wax on a
In Vermont brought ack to Boston one rabbit's fur may be called to mind. U U H iBER
fall a manservant om the country Those Who are accustomed to rely on the
who had never bef e been in Boston. curative effect of stroking a cat's back -o-0-o-o-o-
The sights and seen in a big city im- may find consolation in the last named
pressed him peculi ly. One day be experiment, inasmuch as it teaches them The demand for a practical machine induced us in 1881, to turn
went to his employ and sdid:. that when their "feline favorite" is no from the old style of stump pullers and we made and put the first praotioal
"Mr. H- Ish I have to go back more health and strength may still be
home. 1 ured by gentle friction on its skin. machine of this class on the market. We threw out all sawed timber
"Why, Tom, have on not been treat, Apart, however, from questions of all common iron, all light pieces, chains, links, open hooks, springs, bolts,
ed kindly here?" eleotro-physiology, it is instructive to straps, clamps, thimbles, splices, screws, gears and eccentrics, and at
"Ohves the tre tment is all right, learn that the presence of white in the strap n t b i r g an eccentri a a
but ye, then I'm af my hentalth" color of a cat the apreso o nihmal bei e dne away aith all perceptible friction by reducing the number of pieces
but then I'm afraid my health. color of a cat, unless the animal be
"How is that?" whole colored, is a sign of weakness the machine from 47 to 3, these being properly formed and prorprtinne,.,
"Why, you see, M H--, Isaw four promotion giving equal strength, making a stronger, more powerful. lihte ,
funerals going past our house today, rom n.strongerpower
and I guess Boston is plaguy unhealthy "How's that boy p' your getting along handier, cheaper, faster working and a more durable machine than
sot of a town. "-B ton JournaL in the city, Josiah?" asked one farmer otherwise could be made, and to counteract the extreme prejnd;ce against
of another.
A Lear and Flow Combination. "He's working his way up right the name stump pullers; the new machine was called the Smith Grubber
The only known aiety, species or along W Grubber Co, LACRESCET, INN
genus of plant kno to botanical in- What's he doing Grur C ,. LA S TMINN
i "6e's 9 workin fcr the city.
vestigators in w Te the flower grows, "e'sdworkinfor te tshooin
from the leaf ha e described in the ", ou do,'t tell me hat's ho .
Paris Journal de que. This neer for it?"
1h arna101al de- aan s driven one o' them things they P

midrib on the baoka)f the leaf.-St. tho road nights, you know. But, my, i "G_ FRW ome, Ja oxuptr. 1 .le.
Louis Republiac he's being ptomotedl Fust off he was Aneg... \ rttime. i time.
Fl lrida orage i \n:s are co- an by howit me that wus working in li n -J
plaini,', bitterly be Amsne tie sinual the Eighteonth ward. Last week he ,'QuA aCrr BAKgrePowDBa"Iofallwe'vefoundthlbet*
iiy e writ that he was in the Twelfth ward ', Abaolutelypu ad who aom, (Omi.) .. Cla, s place abor the rest.
service failed to enAhasize ,the ap- now, an, I swan, you see if that feller gWithte en Genlesgeta am-Iple Ofy roda; uer weraMyld;,
pr.oach of thle cold w4.e, so that they don't fetch up in the Fust ward with Bom- It tri-al'aif mnft-fl-cleon ta turetherewllnverb o
could have nidil reparations to his sweep cart yitl"-Youth's Compan- Q Forsuccesawilleverfol.low (Omit.) . ThouwhoseQ.C. B. P.
e it o Vandyke's Plsae In Art. e F r *R r F


Stockholm, the capital of Swedein,
has the largest deathi-ate of any city
In the world from theli-.e of alcohol.
The number of de~hs front this
cause is ninety in 1.0(I.
The King of Italy has conferred
the knighthood of the 'rown of Italy
on several members of he Italian col-
ony at Saloncia. Si of the new
knights ate Sews.
It is announced tha Hon, George
2. Raney of Tallahasse, has been ap-
pointed assistant gene 1 counsel for
the \. C. & P. system.
In the recent Mas: N liets elec-
tions. Medford, chff!y ru,1 i, flor its
rut, voted against ]ica rin a n dram -


So far as portraiture goes, Vandyke
occupies, with Titian and Velasquez,
the first place. His works have an air
of elegance and distinction and a mun-
dane grace and courtliness naturally be-
fitting his title of "painter to the king.'
The Italians called him "il pittore oav-
alieresoo." Without the stamina and
natural robustness of his great master,
Rubens, his portraits are better in point
of refinement and grace. But one must
know his master to form a just appre-
ciation of his position.-T. Cole in Cen-
tury.


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Potor Linldnstrtlh,

WATCHMAKER,

JEWELER and OPTICIAN.

SHELL JEWELRY


SMALL COTTAGE FOR SALE.
apply to H. LORAINE,


Ai, Indianapolis sentinel man esti- SIAY-
mnate. that a regular writer for a PENSACOLA, FLA.
daily paper writes 840,000 words a 116 SO TH
So. 116 SOITTII PALAFOX St
yea on an average.

It is estimated tLat mioreg gold and WANTED.
I 1 i ti m ANmLADY,.employedoraun.mpoywd
silver have been snuk in : he sea than Au AEEKL. ca make. this or a few bour wort
each day. Salary or com. 610 samples free.


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