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Title: St. Andrews buoy
Uniform Title: St. Andrews buoy
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Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Emmons & Lynch
Place of Publication: St. Andrews Fla
Publication Date: July 5, 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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ST. ANDREWS BAY, 1


JULY


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TORY.


U IT'ED 8 TWTEAS.
Hon. ain'l P'naco Moiticello-
"Uktinson Call, Jdwurviilr.
ise tatives-is-l t Dihtrict, S l. Mtal-.
Peunsacula; 2d District, O. 51
er, Jacksonvilie.
SOffice--Register. J. M. Barco: Ie-
eeeiver-N D Wainwright, Gainusvillti
STATK.
ernor-Ho ry L. Mitclhell; Attorney
general Win. B. La.lm-r; Seretietary u'
Fate; J. L. Jrawford; Comnltrolllcr, W.
Soxham; Cunumiiissioner of Agricul-
iL. 15. WoIN weil; Superintendent
P blic IwLtruction, W. Shliatr.
reas'.ar, (G. B. C .Il -t: Justice ol Su-
4We t a w -;,.; R. LTay .'l', TitIall:Ih assF-v
rit" -iEhNATOH.
ri4t-Ailliuison Call, JacksAtii-
i q;SgSg d-)ID rict nlamuel Pne.e.


S tUl V v iA


St- Xlnzo W. Weeks,


.WAntiNtoX (.:OUNTY.
representative, J. R. Wells, Chipley,
County Judge, D. D. Melvin, \er'n-n:
Clerk of Ciilrt, Oounnit Clerk, HRecorder
or' eeds, V. II. Lasaitter, V-'rimon;
SheriB', C. G. Allen, Chilpley. Treinurer,
It. C. Horue, Chipley; Tax Collector, A.
Q. Jones, Vernon; T'ax Assessor, A.
J.Gay, Grassy Point; Superintendent
of Public Instiruction, W. L. Lockev;
Clhipley; Suriecor, Thus. Collins, Chip-
ley.
STr AwniREws.


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PUBLIMED EVERY THURSDAY
One Dollar a Year in Advance.

WILLIAM A. EMMONS
Proprietor.

Displra adl rittes ."50' per inch per niont! I
positionn aind extrraurdinary couilition
ratCs aubject. to suecial agernrumItt.


(Join at School in Finance.
'['The c'litr f tho Buv is in re-
ceipt of a well constructed pI ilicn-
cti'l, writT2in lv IyG'. E. Rqberls.


under the title of "Coin at School i
Finan-ue" h'in i. \i v itten in rl e'l. L
"C oini 's l'i' S F I i.il t-iCoIl. i- ,i i t:1.
in his prodlul tii.n, call. ;ta rth Oi,' m 0


School," like skl, lic-i do tlo/thlloa
parts of thie bible, whlich.li emi con-
cealed aii\ inmp~Oneible t'-. eyp (if tihe
inimt intellienif of 'ite lhunlrin family.
In one in alite ie \iIt l:rtc l.iv-'v f:-iil
that co)rii haid lcr'easd in i pric-.'
aiid in the ain-'ulit of purodlucti..ii
riince 1873, on the auciunit of a gi!,'
.,ta ndar lie lfrg'it toi q[ote aniY


1i


AIF T MONEY SHAMS. Bory notes in gold, wo
o


MR. FRED PERRY POWER'S FINAN-
CIAL CATECHISM.

The IBalarin of Oreebhaskilm, Fiat Money
and Free Sllverltn DiPpolled-A Iow
Plain Queestions Plaily Answered-Food
Por the Thoughtful.


The Socratic method of exposing hum
bugs and sbnms is especially adapted t'
dispel the malaria of greenhacldsm
flat moneyism rand free silverisn ccn
tinually arising from the sfamups of ig
noriane uid dishonesty. That. Mr. Frof
Perry Powers haa made good use of thi
method will be clear to all who reau
the following questions aid' answer
concerning "Fiat Money and Legal Ten
dur" take from his "AFinancial Cate
chism," published by tho Sound Cur
E a iptba-4f William street


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Are paper representatives of mirchan-
dise just as good for monetary use a
morclhandise itself?
They are bettor, because lighter and
more convenient, if every person is sure
Sthalt the proumiie on them will be kept
in full and at all times.
B1sidet.s ui:inc-r ndiso and promises to
pay merchandise is there any other kind
of money?v
Yeo. "fiat" money, which isa piece of'f
p:1.pcn or other thing of insignificant val-
Su on which is stamped a statement that
it is so much mnuoy.
\Where dloo it. get its name?
From the fi ct. that. "-fint" mnns "let
there be,'" nud is the expression attrib-
i r.t:1 to tl, Crcator vwh'en he niadu the
univerio our. of nothing.
(-C'u any human being or government
crarte anything?
It c.uir 't..
Why is ,not "flit" money successful?
Bcai.18 as P'resiu-dt Lincole said,
yMu c1m ful some pi\)ple oil the time
rand il thoe l:Cuple somnioe tf the riue,
tuti yoV: can't fool all the people all the
time.a
Bnt why shr,-il.n't it succee-d?
B.-aunAm mten will not give their lalr
or g,',ds f,.ir nothing.
Coulh.ln't pvfirplo be brought. to use
"fint"'' money?
Reason cud con:umon fsenue are against.
it, aul',l exr.,'riu'cer proves that they
t. B- id-,, if you were taskedr to fix
pri':cs in "rall:,ds" how
I rhlar)e?
tl,:\ muc'h a" r::!od''" is.
:,\. :s nui .ir u t th.
l" ja y,; .ou!, 1abocut
al.-:r if it v.', ,I not a

LI V- many
-aitnJ Lft

?l onl


Difference in their tre ,;i
feront kinds of eurronu:
It would ihdeed. *
Meas it. ever ha-p,..:r:nc'
Several timnia whe; it
that coigrees would "W-
free coinage of silvcir, 'r
the p.ihmi;iSiSry n.ttZc3 of.
got tlh,.-m r-edeemed in g
gold away.
Did uaythi.ng of that

Early that year the '
the treu.ury w V3 s) 1
were afraid it, wouldn';
banks or indirirhlrni vs .!
man" notch, or .'r at a-:'
into g'-ld at tbeo rraiul:
Srea.t Intrest lu the Ci.


I No.t in 8l0 years Lu

upoi tlo quc-i u inof w
are to have freei and ut
of ailv.er at the ratio
gold. That this intet-t
sprocrl and iutcn-so iK'sb
lnost maIirvelous salc3 f s.
sound caurenucy lite iLLirre.
The Coin lPublishi g c
to have sold ncarly500,
"Coin's Fiunancial Sc.'ool.
locations of this conupa
widely circulat,,d awu rea,
The demand for tn? [
the 'oun d Cu rre ncy Cdu m i
form club is uiunsuaL IThio
Mnittce began the publcati
Currencyy' la.vt, D'conr, -,
Sutetd lcss thrin 10(,0lo. .
Saulc.h. Sineo M'ar.rh the c
Seen able to k-rep u nw v-
alth'ough it ha 1.-1 .,iiaci
copii"s of "'S,'_und Cuni: uic
numiterm of '"Suiud Cun-e
Sbcinu m'rst. wido!e ciroulat
Financial F.jIl," by Hotn
"A Fi,'nii.cal C'(techisiu,'
ry Pov..rs. All thing,
"Cnin's Fin:incial Fool" i
most coumilt-o1 of any of t
aulwc s'i's th!i:t hn-vo beou
"Ctoin's Finnucial Schrool.
vwh) always cail. bl; ,.'
whito vw.-hit, has naild 16
mn'sr-r.-pr.. u. tins .i:-d r (
right li in "C.-in's Fui:-i
SH h: li done this i, i. 'fIl
i ',, .i;.nl -:i-', v. i, i. ic r
i v dil. r -'ilt tihm f; i: .'
Shave bca:' :e a..,j.mi. m
('oiu's Fi'nrnc;' '-.j -- -
A "i F_ l.- '.3 I -"Y l 'I
te lh1L lut vo:er iu t'.e I r.,r
rcid thi and ot ri- R- t-,
Sc tic.ans, the frer- silv..;' c ,;
ih ,- quickly as it !'i- g
a 'li .- i- of th "Sou' 1
\VilliAn street, New Yi;;
FABLES FOR FAr,
A. T1 r into ^f i -: .-


r i .- i -. :Lir ,...*-
-,n. n v t iv"-...-t i Pt
u-'. Ma.:hi"e. But," ..i'o i
h.rn it t' e tIelArl-u r hi':l told iJf Ii'
Ui' ht, it iru Ll, t ,le il c: .l li- ..
,ins of vi'.'-i":' mal:o t-~cixtual mLI
iUo of ble."
"If that is so," replied
won!d fa-'r.e'r, "th: n laws was
intrct of Wall Sticet C
Stedor must elect a Congrns whi
nvw FisLkl Laws."
as loan- M'"ral.-Congress can
ie debt- thing but make II ounces
S1, 000 ways worth as much as au
SA Lmubrman whoisuiffe
larf r Bnoticed that hei was most Ia
btor te I the Thi-rnmimieteri was ne
reditor ,therefore left off working i
uy fool if
It will -.'
finally ,

Shen?
Atom- ~ i|' SL*i
lud- is


time Blowing on the, Th~arm,
lions But. while his fellow w nvrsu
th'.'mselves by their Exsrti,.
b -cati Exh'iumtod and Prrir'
sius, Moral.-Forcing up ptrils
ti,,.fr~s fliUa'.S g-is into t.ohemi
wvas duce more goods to bh div!
tud farmers and workingmluu.

and An Elephant whocotuplait
heir his Driver did not give himi -
t, he to e-it asked u Simlpl.? D-.Ja
as a could increase his Daily
l"Your driver now gives you
els of Graiu each day. does h
:y of ed the donkey. ''EvPin o,"'
tiain gFntl elephant, "Theu," as
arar key in silvery tone., "you ,
ex- itue us3 a Bushel Measure o(,U
Liver large as that you have been
tab- this way you can establish a
nun- Bu:re(.ls to One elephant.
the M'.:'-al.-Even if the eleph
.mir angry, he should not have
the the doukey.
and An amiable Populist whoi
that his neighbors would e
SCongress neglected his fari
trav% ied t through his D:strict
na'"- the Money Power. In his
a w'ifo and children appi: aled t
g Capitaii.:t for n loan ou the
and the farm. "How do I know
eat.
Set. get back as much Prope)p
rces you're" a.kd the wicked ctpilt
S kind sir," replied the Wee
"d "have no fear. My hubanu
the value of all property wiT!
t annrl PrA uw hbaso freeo


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~itofjtho Cit-f


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m.:'md likely
hill for the
1v-' who held
;-:>vcnimenDt.
and put the

d happen In

Sof gold in
that people
)ld ont, and
helcd "Slhr-
truced them


Qnoetlon.
* interest
11 as it is


or not we
C.1 coinage
to I with
b -th wido-
i by the al-
ud anul uu-

pauy claim
'J copies of
Other pub-
are being

blipations of
(te oi the Re-
Igh this corn--
fu of "Sound
et it distrib-
I,:ios before
)rlal2itt'-o has
.h its orders,
,'.'r ,iIJ,00 )
" The two
cy" that are
Sa r "Coin's
a White, and
by Fret Per-i
c".iisidered
Sr.'rhcaps tbh
It 30 rr ilore
phbl7L-bd to
Mr. White,
Sbl-w-. and
iany f: t.ds,
a few down-
.ial ho-'. "
i\\.ly thr.t in
:ly b. 4 I.Xon
1 adi'(-Octos
quote from
If ev-oiy in-
't" ".1" uIld
i -..li publi-
i v.,.--hl v.in-
it e'-T. ho

Scit.

MEPS.


mt~' hoi r"'s a


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. option
-i].;' i"wn..:m
Corn:.ii For-
of the Tui-
;ion Iimpr_.. si-

:hto piactinal
uan-dl in the
Ildbiugs. We
Swill make

) most any-
of silver al-
icc, of, gold
I from Cold
Cteted when
Zero. He
id spent hio


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eter bulb.
vwarmed
ho s(oin
-*if cold.
blowing


F Docaanse
ih Grain
"y hi.'w he
allowance.
ur Bush-
'It?" ''ask-
pltcd the
1 the don-
i~t, infu-
qu.rter ns
rising. In
atio of 16

at did get
stepped on

as afraid
iot him to
while he
?nouncing
enuce his
-a Wicked
security of
hat I will
as I give
List. "Oh,
ing Wife.
R ays that
e Doubled


tested, half eruilini "I l.Ivr --.- 1,i i.-
too long already. "
"Then ten minur:. :.. -l :. .:1 '- *. .. i7
signify."
"Will ten mint>es .*
"I will not. a-k i. :I .-y i-. :.,'" bo
said, evading the (idr-l.t tI.'". .-r to tho
question. "Ah, thnnkl you." J-i aildod,
his voico tremulou3 with triumph as
she acquiescently snted herself on a
bench. He could have thoutewl for very
joy. Never could he have dared to hope
for such r.arc good fortune as this.
"It seems too lovely to go indoors,"
she miuriured, as if in apology to her
own consciience.
"It certainly does, he emphatically
agreed. "And may I have the other end
of the bench? Thanks. And now what
shall we talk about? Is there anything
else you will let me explain to you, or
are you tired of personalities?"
"I am afraid you may le before I have
done," she returned, with a friendly
smile, "for to tell the truth I did not
stop here altogether to please you.
There is something elso I want to say
to you, something I have litjeu wanting
to speak to you about ovt-r Finco our
Sunday talk up the creek. "
"Indeedl?" ho returned, an incredulous
Esmile bloadcuing into a low, amused
laughed. "We'll, I must say had 1 but
Sdrealnd.d that you could Ib in'luced to
Sfavcr me with a word on any subject,
if you had but dropped me the ghost of
a biut"-
.It is about your father," she h
Sriedly interrupted. "I think you ou
to forgive him. "
"Aud how about bis forgiving in
hei d:inmandted'after a momnlut, f silent
'"It seems to ml tLf t yo:u havo r
got the cait 1f- ,se
Ellery.''
"Ah, he ha.- forgive
Be is your father.
but go to him"-
"iTo would b-a


, ,ut ulinr/
"Why shoui d
awerc.d, with eaS
can hardly wish o
complinmot.e, but"-
"Say it, pI-as i I
You cannot t
kindnv-es, b plead
"But perhaps qou had better no
all. If you sho1d make me drunk wi
happinesds'-
"Oh, if you are going to talk lk
that"- rising hastily.
"Btit I will not, I pledge you my word.
Don't go, please, Miss Ellery. Let us
talk this matter of my father over. You
speak of my forgiving him as if all the
hardness and wrong were on my side.
Do you know, with all my bitterness-
and I am very bitter sometimes-I still
have an inexpre(sible affection for my
father. He- made certain mistakes in
my training, but he was cruelly punish-
ed. I am bitter, but I am not quite so
hardened a-s you secmn to think."
"Then why will you not go back to
him?"
"I used to dream of going home
when I should have done great things
- to condone the offenses of the past. It
would be the greatest. thing in the world
for me, equivalent to being canonized,
if I could hear my father say just once%
'My son, I am proud of you.' "
"But ho would say it; he could not
help saying it when he saw you." She
forgot how mnchi the words implied in
the oager dt-ire to support her argu-
ment. "He could not look at you with-
out being proud that he had given such
a man to the world. He would know.
that your life had teen bravo and true;
that your record had been clean, and he
would give you the larger measure of
credit that so much had been against
you. "
"Thank you," he almost whispered,
drawing a sharp breath, his eyes eager-
ly studying her face in tle moonlight.
a"I h.t.hoaught a good cc-al about go-
iug home thtso last few days-since
our Sunday talk." Hi- voice was very
low. "I could not help remembering
what an advantage it would give me
to stand as my father's son before the
world. But do you suppose loould look
my father in the face if I should go
sntiaking baok to him merely to gain
certain selfish ends of my own? I am
bad enough, heaven knows, but I am
not quite so contemptible as that. Even
to gain my very heart's desire, if that
were Iossible, I could not do it. Do you
understand, and do you forgive me?"
"There is nothing to forgiv,-. Her
snuilo was strained. Womanlike, she
was mc-re chagilned that she had not
the power to bend him to her wishes
than for the actual point, involved.
"You are of course free to do as you
like in the matter. I only hope you
will excuse me for meddling."
'" have v-xcd you," lie ixclairmed
miserably, his glance following her in
helpless appeal as bho rose from her
s-at. "But, oh, Miss Ellury, can't you
see?"
"I think your srcuplea are rather
morbid and farfetched so far as I un-
dorstand them," she returned coldly,
drawing her shawl more closoly about
her shoulders as, half turned from him,
she stared at the burned out debris over
th Lbank. "But I cannot sta~y to argnu


bnnukBWTio, don't ypu think?" turning,"
with a shad' of apprehension upon her
face, after a swe'fpii survey of the
Ihous. "It would be doradful to meet
anybody, to have to explciu''-
"The farther around tho better, he
said, with a breathless little laugh.
"But I am sure you need not be nerv-
ous, Miss Ellery. There is not a soul
stirring besides ourselves."
"It is fortunate there are no dogs,"
she observed, evidently uneasy in her
mind, as they walked down the hill.
"It is rather a singular circumstance
that there are not. How does it hap-
pen?"' He hoped to divert her from her
fears, which, he saw, were growing
upon her. "On most ranches there are
dogs galore. Thieves would have a reg-
ular wnlkover here."
"Oh, Mrs. Ellery dislikes dogs. She
has a horror of hydrophobia. But--oh,
what was that?" laying her hand in
terror upoU his arm. "It sounded like
a footstep.'
"Why, are you so frightenfl as
that?" quickly covering the small'old
fingers in a reassuring prtssure.'. '



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-dulee'piolP'~oo the barns, -wUi~ thWl
were advancing in single file down the
narrow trail, zigzagging to the bottom,
when, as Brown leaned forward in the
saddle eagerly pointing out to Eller~
certain tracks he discovered in the so
mud of the trickling stream below,
without an instant's warning his hore'
began bucking, and the saddle at the'
same time lurching strangely toodeidde
he had no timu to save himself from an
ugly tumble. He was almost stunned
by the violence of the fall, rendered
worse by the yielding, pebbly slope
down which he rolled helplessly, but a
moment latur he had scrambled to his
feet and with inexpressible exasperation
was examining the saddle which had
played him such a scurvy trick.
"Well, I'll be hanged!" he roughly
ejaculated, incredulously regarding the
broke-n ends of a strap, while the otirs
crowded around to see. The ladigo
straps on the off side of the saddle
plainly had been cut and so deftly that
the tightening of the cinches had but
served to weaken the break, reserving
the actual giving way until some snoh
an as was i'lvcd hi this steep hill
d be broug~Tbto bear. It seemed
lno more diabolical scheme to hia-
pursuit could have been devised
this, and the others anxioualy
to their own trappings, which,
wre found to be all right,'
ich it seemed evident that the
happening first upon Brown'l
which had been nearest
been frightened aw
a the rest. S


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6.1 nityand do
"Bu to put a price upcn
Oh certainly. Good it-that wealth is all that and onlythat
"O n cin. ni which is produced by labor. They did.
Once in token of friudf o not see that if gold were as plentiful as
phook hands with me when w air it would be as worthless as air is
Ang goodby."-i
gShe laughed, a little nero generally admitted to be, for a oirculat-
Soquetry iuhedr manner, as she ing medium. Had they found the mago
soqtatr in her manner, as hhe formula, gold would have been cheap- .
just above him on the stoep ban o ened, but the ssaries of life won
ended, but the uce-essarles of life w'l
of the bunkhouse. Then rather ly not have b(en clicapned, for the same
she hold out to him her hand. He seized w l ll have bee re re to
i b s W labor would still have been required tO
it in both his own, with tremulou fell a tried, to produce a bushel of wheat,
"Tell me," e whispered, coming a a pound cf wool or a cask of wine. If
Tell me," he whispered, coming a o r k
step nearr. "I heard the other day gold grE-w rank on every bush, man
step noarer. "I gard th e mother da would still have to work as hard to fill
that you are engaged to e married. Is his stomach and to warm his back.
i t p so?" Theybwere a simple minded, supersti-
band. "Do you wtl t s to congratulate tious lot., were they not, and they would
me?" be sadly out of place in this age of ear
"Do you want me to?" he returned, lighteranent? And yet, today, dear'
with an odd smile. "Geod night, Mis reader, a considerable faction in this
Ewtley. han odd smi for all your kindness, country really believes that the wealth
Elld Gd bl s yfo al y kndss of the country can be doubled by don-
and God bless you always bling its stk of money. The silverite
of today differs not one whit from the
CHAPTER I. silverito of the dark ages. He is the an-
There was a small stir of surprise doubted descendant of the old time al-
next morning when it developed that chemist and inherits his legacy of deln-
Jim Kittery had shaken te dust of K 6 sons. "It is hard work toraise wheat,"
ranch from his feet and definitely retir- says the silverite, "and hard work to
Sbed from his harassing couship. The produce wool and hard work to grow fat. ..
boys brought back the h he had rid- cattle. Goldwill buy all these, but gold.
deu to the picnic, withtfe explanation is likewise hard to geft. Silver is'more
that he had encounter friends at the plentifuL Therxifrklelt us eeln~r it -
festiiitioas with whom had gone on silver is as good as gold, and tfie'
to theP O ranch in tha neighborhood sall have abundant eans to buywhe
and hi kd sent a.curt ssage to Mr and woal and bxef. It's a simple mat-
Ellery, saying, without. y, in the ter, increasing the wealth of the cou-
local idiom usual in such ve takings, try." t i a showy argument, but it
that he "wanted his timo' and direct- would ,b just as showy if the silverite,
ing that the wages due him, togethoa inste cf oebr.cing silver, would Bay-
with his other belongings, should be insroun or "copinr" or"csobble stones,"
forwarded to him by the mail carrier. n iro" or "colir douivo any c ntelligent
But the iut.erst in this closing page 10-year-old tbo. If all the silver in the
of Jim's poor little romance was quick- e-arth wer coinPd into dollars tomorrow
ly forgotten in the more serious losr it would nit lesson the labor required to
which had befallen the place. When sta lif in the people. The farmer
SPaul Brown, who always roared for his woulget more piece of p silver for his
horos himself, went up to the barns prd, but so would the grocer and
that morning, it was to find the animal e drod but so would th whom her and
sat first no -the dry goods meurchuit with whom he 6 ,
missing. There was at first no uneasi- traris. The amount of provisions or
ness on that core, as the inference wa clothing that a day's work o~ a bushel
that the fastonins the night before of -wheat will buy is fixed by the law of
might not have been properly sehcuraed, supply and demand, a law as old aa life
or that the vclers might have let him itself. If o' commodity equals another
escape from the corral in their k-epy in value, that equality is not affected
manervers when they canom h j)r from
th dance, but when they lays ane I by the vahuo f a third, and if this third
withoe dae, b re hen the brought t l commodity is used a. a medium of ex.
with tho hiors herd they broun ht tt change, iy it tificial change in its value
startling n:-.v, that not only hlrd P cnimnt affect the relative values of the
LBrowni's vnahable thoroughbr.dtd f: I1 two firrt. Two sums of four each remain
i to be flund, butt-nie tLaiy lly equal, evou though we should choose to
Ellery had intoded for his sir call eight "twelve." These are all the
far the fi:. t r-olt on the :,li:. facts r,:,essary to rifute the silverites
missing also. -r the coulral 1 wih t '-.ir vhtune of statistic. If they
visited t by rutlvr. c ni'ht b1ao I do not Tuffie., if what is called "free
thle immediate h nmluiae n I silver" should prevail in this country, k
oitoment as ivr i at r .l wo n ted brain lnxciallats more.than
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SCHOONER
JESSIE P.
O ZrT. W'. HoI LEs.
Makes regular rnips he-l.veen l'ittshurg iu,
East 1 .y nid lPtns:tcola; will inake reg-
.ilar latidliii;g at Cronmantin and Har-
rikon. I'. iker amd at tiiy othe-r point
whn'l le-i eslcse I leforeliand to dopr..
Pa~s.i ngair..1 a d freight tranispiorted at
reasonable rate and Aatislfaction guar-
anteed. The Peorle's Store at Pitts-
hiirg is lihcadquarters and orders left
there i ill receive prompt and e nrefl'
attention N. PITTS, Proprietor.
e mshooner 1. .1. -Yalmer e-n-
Tliou Huhooller JI.- J. Yaliier eni-


T'l'! clchoter Nw Sopith arrival
S from A- ii;alachicula on Friday last,
leturniinag flr..Ii ain extetndel ariuile in
tile ai.v:ti s uf that vicinity.
T'he (' ic-,.natrn arrived Mionay
flreino:l, u lilin P'cn.acilat, anid %ill
. i ,,ai n ii port* N;til after tfie
l'i i lli .
Thelt Gulf City whii ci ,diuarte:l
for Perimacl; andi Miliie carley last
WcI'lte:slay morning, filldinug l.cr slip-
plyln, fuel gttinig liw rcturniied to
St. Aindrc~', and itu '"'Ir.,lay v ..il|,-
litd a .raint.ity ; li-lihtsi >!,. stiic ntL.i t
ti, l r.avo\' ln utiic lt:tilty as t hlir crni-
p1 ting lte trip to Mibile, andt left
Ii.re ag' ; :iiii .'. !: at 2 p ai.
The Cloi.hoj.l took a I.ai of pas-
sen ge .N to li:.y IlHead yc.tcidlay to


114 b .:.., l1 .,1, hiN .Sch ,o,.er,
thi t to u Capt. , litlchinson ofi
liver) to Ie miade immedi-
Ihe Fuurth.
and desir.ib:o good, in ev-
ment received each week lib \V
.. antd prices remaunilk;al :lihcap.
niies the store, at Parke.
,coa ihlell,, at delicitoiu anil
lo,:uoic lieeverage far superior iwheni
perly prcirured to uilther lea or coffe--
oulod-iis for 25c at the Pioneer Drug
t h Tly it.
ir" tr correspoindentR will please
I mind that their favors must lie
I Cl i eall) inughl to reach u nuol litter
jhai day) cve iiig; otherwise tlic,
Sor In the current issue.
Aiindrews Bay Horticul-
irovement Association is
Lu r r, improve and plant inlo


prep f land which may lie giv-
fruil ,
fruit -ay all per.onas to buy
enthem. It
en hem.ad have it improved.
a trac fromI t
-f you na linking of buying
-if youa -w's or inminediate vi-
property in St. .n
cinity, ou caunnut a
Agvmi contferred wit
ilhe BLov. If you ; re of money and
want buy o nt on yoIr on time Cor actual
settlement you calD c accommodated.
Fo'r lieit-a-A Sinith Grubiler or
Stump I'uller. This is said to be tlhe bst
ninchiiie trer inseuled for .:leaiiig land
of grubs and stun nps. The Hlutc h as one
of these machines direct from the manu-
factory and will rent it to responsible'
parties for a reasonable compensation.
-The ,Jacoby Broker .ge Commis-
sioni Co.. of Pensacola, will, on y ur ap-
plication, ship you emply coops, eases and
crates. Give them a trial consignment ol
chicken, eggs,. train berries or fruilts.
The returns will plc:lse you. Quick sales
and prompt c.ish ctilincnits guaranteed.
--The liaptist society has pur-
chased tlha Charley Dauford building, cor-
ner uf Wy'oiiin ave and Cincinnati street
aud will covert it into a chapel for the
uaseuT i) congregation. This is a most
ilusirdile .Loceliun and with a small out-
I i Ih killing can be made serviceable
fu I purposes.
a, anl especially \Veat
nd noted for the hospitality
1 which the proprietor (t
de the recipient of .rul,-
his recent [Iip
ally


AMr. H. '. Avery
Lovejoy, Georgia.

Spring Medicine

Hood's Sarsaparilla Is Just Right
"u am happy to state that I am convinced
Hood's reaparllla is the besb medicine
that I have ever taken. La spring I
was completely worn out.
Had No Strength
ko do anything. The least work I did
fatigued me very much. I also came
very near long the eight of one of my
eyes. I began taking Hood's S arapa-
r and health, strength, pptite and
clear yeaight wen reetored to me.

Hood's -ar-,
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medicines, b
found no relief un- Prl -
til I gaveHood's Sknraparilla a fair trial.
I am convinced it is superior to all
others. The good it did me is inexpress-
ible." H. T. Avany, Lovejoy, Georgia.
Hood's Pills are purely vegetable, and do
ot purge, pain or gripe. Sold by all druggist,

-Evurythiliig in the jewelry line
at Ru<-ell's.
-For Aligat,,r teeth and shell
jewelry, call on I. J. Hughes.
-The 1895-1896 Prospectus of
the John 11. Stetson University at De-
Land, Fla., has been received. The ambi-
tious student could ask no more desira-
ble or complete education than this insti-
tution affords. Correspondence may he
addressed John B. Stetson University.
DeLand, Fla.
-Farnidale and Bay Head appear
to ob the only places in this vicinity
where patriotic people will congregate to
appropriately celebrate today. Farmdale
will attract the East Bay, Wewahitchka
and lola patriots, while Bay Head will
r.tpture the North and West Bays, Max-
ville, Econfina, Wausau and Nixon dele-
gallons. The Buoy would have been
pi.eased to have published the Farmndale
program, but was unable to do so for the
reaso'i that it was not furnished us.

he Loyal Temperaince Legiton
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Trains 3 3d 36 solid Between Jacksonville and Charlotte.
Pullma rdepers to Tampa. Jacksonville and New York on Nos. and.
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KANSAS CITY LINE. Through sleeper Jacksonville to Holly Springs; Holly
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excursion at low rates. Tickets sold oji
Wednesday. July 3, good to return un-
til and including July 12, 1895. The
finest train service, ever given on a like
excursion.. Refrsshments, ice water
and elegant music en route. Round
trip tickets at exceedingly low rates.
a'arl ,o~ any' rgent of the Piait system
lfr information, tickets, etc.
Boslon, Mlass., Convention Y. P. S.
C. E., and Nt.ional Young People's
Christian Union. Tickets on Sale July
8th to 10th, good to return until August
561 h 1895, atone fare for the round trip.
lulltlin re, M1(t., Baptist Young
P.olle's Union of America. Tickets
on sale July 16th and 17tb, good to re-
turn until Augus: 5th, 1895, at one fare
for t.h round trip.
Boston, M1as.%., Triennial Conclave
K. of P., Ticketl on sate August 23d to
215t.h. 1]'W., good to return until Sept.
10th. 1, l at. ONE FARE for the round
trip.
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sure tud Bsay whether you want Dream-
City, ora- Cuiruncy, or lotn.
-% ie Gulf City was taking
on woo an important holt about the
engine oiler was disc,\ered to be de-
fective.': rtunately, an artisan in the
person,' Phas. G. Armstrong, who resides
here was found to possess the necessary
tools and the mechanical ability to replace
the Iolt with a new one, just as perfectly
fitted as could have been doue in the
most extensive machine shops. St. An-
drews is fortunate in having for a citizen
a genius like Mr. Armstrong. The Bror
also has evidence of his skill in a wood
mantel now in use at the Buoy Farm,
which would do credit to any one, and
shows him to be not ohly an expert me-
chanic, hut an artist as well.
-Capt. L. M. Ware, chairman of
the exposition committee for that part of
Washington counlly lying oonth of the base
line t received aot of wide-mouthed
ars for the preeer ation of fruits and ar-
ticles of a periaalable nature, and he is
authorized to di.tmute then to parties
who have soimethili to cxlhilit, and
whenei.ver- tlu_-TlJcd .d,4 or otherrarticles
j:are dclivcrcd at the toic in seasonable
time fr the loalcet, will be take 4o
Ponsacola t ree oc-harge. Itistiume to be
on the Idokout foir the rare productions of
St. Akndres Bay, and it is earnesily hbp-
ed that everyone will se the inipertance
of contributing something toswejl the ex-
hibit, to say nothing of securing some of
lie prizes ollered Iv the P, & A. rliload.
-'Talk about your nectarine! Mr.
Chas. G. Armstrong has left at this office
several samples of nectarine~ grown on
his place in the West End, that are sure
beauties, and no mistake. Their average
circumference measurement id as near
eight inches as may be and the aroma that
pervaded the Buoo office while they were
kept furnished a most delicate perfume
la l helr flavor to the taste was fully in
'keepifh with their appe.iraice. Mr. Arm-
strong' as only two trees of this variety,
but their are very well loaded and show
the poa cities of St. Andrewa Bay for
the nm 0e. He will send samples to
tee Coti.tates and Internation..l Ex-
posilioI rs with a mouth large enough
to rece hbolo fruit canh be-secured
or if he theni in a perfect condi-


Iib le tiet :.ds,, . I1 t (
,n and ;le:ild hihi of L ofI. :l.,.'.
uod r i: ilu lit.ii to jla iet-iiIlcatI .
Per..onill
Mr. J. M. Wills alnl family -e-
turned Fridlay last front an extended
cruise to St. Jomcphl, Apalachicola
anid othoe points. They report a
splendid time and most hopitablo
treatment at the hands of everyone
with whom they chanced to make


acquaintance.
Mrs. W. A. Emmons left via Idla
on Thursday last for an extended
visit with her daughter, Mrs. E. J.
Lyinch at Tampa. From lola she
took the steamboat to River Junc-
tion; thence by the F. C.& P, R. R.,
to Tampa.
John R. Thompson left Suindav
unmriinig for Vernon,to be in attend-
Aace at the July iieeting of the
Board of county commissions ot which
lie is a ineamber.
H. M. Spicer and Frank Hoskins
of Cromanton left Saturday, for
Blountatown the first named to attend
the meeting of the Calahuon county
board of cmiiniissioners and the last
to attend the me ting of the county
b,-ird of education, of which they are
respectively members.
Frank Munnj and T. B. Callway
of Caiupbellton Jackson county, Fla.,
arrived by team, and are guests at
tihe Swan Crest.
-TlallaRhas.eoan: Miss Susie Shep-
pard, of St. Andrews Bay, is the
glest of Mrs. W H. Milton.

The Scenic Railway at the Ex-
position.
The Scenic Railway, which will
be one of the features on the Midway
Hfeig).ts at the Cotton States and
International Exposition, was Inrm--
ally opened last week. The r.wilwav
will be htler't1.l daring the -iiummer
and will be otne of the attractions at
Piedmont Park for the thousands of


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with three boxes, or refund the money
A.ith 10 per cent. interest. Baco-Curo
is not a substitute, but a scientific cure.
that cured without the aid of will po6v-r.
-d-w. ithh-no inconvenience. It -;le.,.-
the s;.st,- ai pure and free from nici-
tine as the day you took your first chow
or smoke. Sold by all druggists, with
our ironclad guarantee, at $1.00 per
box, three boxes, (thirty days treat-
ment.) $2.50, or sentdirect upon receipt
of price. SEND SIX TWO-CENT
STAMPS FOR SAMPLE BOX.
BOOKLET AND PROOFS FREE.
Enreka Chemical & Manufacturing
Company, Manufauturing Chemests,
LaCrosse, Wisconsin.

NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
LAhD OFFICE AT GArmESVILLE, FLA.)
June 5th, 1895.
Notice is hereby given that the following
nianlll settler has filed notice of his in-
tent ion to make final proof in support of
his claim, and that said pioof will be
made before W. B. Lassitter, clerk of the
ci clit:court t Vernon,Fla.. un July u2oh,
1895, viz:
WILLIA A. EM MONS,of St. Andrews,
Fla.
Hd No. 20362 for lot 6 of see 19, tp. in,
r 13w.
He names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon and
cultivation of said land, viz:
Isaac Godard, C.irraellle, August Wil-
son, l'ittshurg. T. C. Danford and l.J.
Hughes, St ALdJrows Bay. all inl lia.
J, M. BIACO. R.,ei..Ir'


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We offer for this season's planting, a large and very select stock o, tire'
BEST VARIETIES OF
3- _A. E::' I T E 9 1
Strawberry, Raspberry and Blackberrry Plants,
Also the choicest varieties of open ground ROSES, EVERGREENS, etc.
Special attention in requested to theit ('on page 20 of our Catalogue) of
PEACHES, adapted to the Lower Coast and Florida. -
Our stock is all Young, Well Grown, Vigorous, and adapted to the
climate.
Catalogues mailed free. Address, GAINER, COLES & CO.,
Peachwood Nurseries. State Line. Bliss.


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I am Prepared to fill orders on the shorteenticu for


rst class Lumber of 91 Gradlsl

Either Rough Or Dressed; at Reasonable Picesi
Office at the Mill on East Bay; West ot Harrison.
LEE WILLETT, IPrlrrietor.


East End Drug Store!

COMMERCE STEET, ONE BLOCK FROM BAY.




Fresh an f Guaranteed Purity.

DR. ITCHELL, PROPRIETOR
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Sord of tribute to the
Sla Ge Aorge Russell.
.oved his fellow men," is the
.Thur ay, July 4, 1895. t thing that can be said of
the low or the exalted in
ST. A N D R E WS action. -The pet has elaborately
R I C E S C U R R E NT. thi beautiful trait of character in
r l oC ERII his inimmortai rewlition of an Oriental
gar, h 'lTc, sl 1'
'ranulated.... ; I-H No........ 7. legend. It is the story, by Leigh
Coffee,A . 6 Gunpowder.. Hunt.er, Alio Bet Adhem:
Lt browiu ..... 5 U[col'd Jap.. 50
Ilofl'ee OCuld m il, 't) laI.- Abou Ben Adhein, may his tribe in-
neeri. "22':,C25 Unsaweetnu'u. 10i 1 5 crease,
Browited .2. @30 Sweeltenied ..1015 Awoke one night from a deep dream of
higer inaps.. lI lakiiig puder Peace,
racfkers, soda 81.3 Lo'al ........ 50 When lo, within the moonlight in his
tobacco, plug 310af60 Camplcll. ..15a:15 room.
taisins Canned fruit Making it white and like a lily in bloom,
London layer .15 P.tClles .... 24la~0 An angel, writing in a book of gold.
V'itlnecit..... I'2 'i',jn1arucs.. I0al15 Exceeding peace had made Ben Adhem
ice .......... hApples ........ 10 bold,
apples Pears ......... 15 Therefore to the presence in the room
Evaporated..l 121 Plum s........ 25 he said:
tlied PeaclIhes S Apricol........ 2' "What writes thou?" The angel raised
.' o Oil prgal.... 15 Strawherrie... 2.0 his head,
as' uollne ...l 'heapple..... "20 And with a smile made all of sweet
Y."da'rup... 50 C.innud Meats accord,
0 t 1, ney. ". .t0I4 Roast Beef.. 15aa5 Answerd: --The names those who love
-7iHeg;r -"....".. 30 Corned Beef 15Ia5 theLord."
" J*ease p'r lb .. 16 Chipped Beef.. 25
30.r. ..p Lobster.... 20 "And isa one," said Ab
,;er .. .


P .. ...... I.C- d 'egetalble" Replied the angel. About poke more
Cocoainut pkg...,ll Baked Beans... 15 lOW,
CFocoiit Pnddi ... 1 k C aru... ... 1 But cheerily still, a. said: "I pray
Fiuit Pnddiiue. 10 C orn.......... 15
Jelly, glass.. 1 25 Peas ........... 15 thee the
ll glai .. ....50 i pki ......i Write me as oue who loves his fellow-
Eggs per dIni ... 15 men."
ROr u. SIONS The angel wrote and vanished. The
Flor Pork next night
3 O N 1... 2,00 Mess p lb II The angel came again with great
Favrite ... 50 Bacon I awakened light,
Faorite ... 4.r 0 Bm en Frdsh...... .ii And showed the names whom love of
orn Meal rLu .God hadFe bless.ed.
,at Meal pr lb... 5, T Br'kf'st Bacon.. Adhm's nme led all the
,ornper l,u........ 5 Ham canvassed 14 Ando, Ben Adhm's nam ld all th
potatoess Shoulders..... I 0 rest.
Srish ...... 1.60I Beuf No sweeter words can be si i.l of
early t'se seed 1.60 Corned .........01, pa g t the isee
rly Set ........1 Fresh ...... any soul, paying to the unseen la,.,
a;lt, pr sack ... I .W l Drird ........ 2 '. thia that 'lhe loved hii t'f low-ia.i..
Table .... ... 5 Milk pr qt...... 10 ',lie transcendent quality of tlhe
H AREDWARE.
gails, ner .... 4a4 Ax,with handle. 1.00 Chliit-life was, "ho loved his fellow-
Mauillaropel2'.al5 Hoes, each... 35a50
F tovea cook,. *a2, Copper pint, can 54 ,,,,,.
-Pipe jui it. a.'2 Linseed oil, gl.. 8c Our late honored townsiani nia.
DRY GOODS, Dreat a a citizell gSi.t.
Prints, per yd.. 5a8 Giughiis ..... 8l0 goat a a ciLize g
eetis 5a9 Flannel ......25a50 as a liI gleat inl kiidly
Muslin..... 9 ll Thread per spool. 5 deeds, ge rons acted; in life,
leans ......,a-25a0 Shoes,ladies.$1a2 75
Extrapants pat 225 Men's... $1 4Oa3tUU useful to a country, in death
MISCELLAoNEOUS. onrnedbra-es-t sons and
Hay pr cwt.... I.3u Oats pr bu....... 60o a
Bra .......... 1.5s Brick pr M ......8.o dau battered with lavi^hl
RopeSisal ...10@12 Lime pr iil...... 75 Iuam jirney of life,
FRUUrI' and NUTS.
s pr d,,1.. 20 !.'.cins pr II..... r f, lbegill-
p . .. -. d W ltu s.. ....... :11 i1 .
1. 3 .11.mid.1 ....... 20
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|' Building Material.
IWindow and Fancy Glass a
Specialty.
ESTIMATES CHEERF UL LY
GIVE N
SVIRGINIA COLLEGE
YOUNG LADIES, Roanoke Va.
goal Otto of rh-e teaiing
aWls for 'outg Ladies in the South.
'giiflcent building, all modern improve-
Snts. Ciipus P iin acIre. Grand moun-
tlAin aceb'ery in Valley of \'a., fianiel for
'"health. European aud Americn an .cach-
era. Full course. Superior advantages
in Art and Music. Stuidnts from twenty
Stitpit. For cnt;ilngouie- Ildreia.. the Pres-
id, It. W. A HAHRI1I-. .. V i.





There were 3,34,934 Package aof
HzaRs' Roorasm sold in 1894,
which made 15,675,735 Igllons,
or 313.494,700oo glases, nffi-
,-eiett to give every man, wo-
man and child in the United
states, five glasses each-did
you get your hare? Bsre
and get some this year.
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ties few faunlta,
' that thi ed, and in no
wibC nmi etrv of hisi noble
character.
The writer lnkit the religious
world conmlits in egregious blunder
in the chief d ty in life in "to pre-
pare to die." It is nmoe sensible,
and more in accordance with the
Great Teacher's instructions that
mankind prepare to live right, aind
do all the good possible while liv-
ing-this in what inakes heaven
(happiness) for man. A belief oir
faith without worksavailoth nothing;
but works always inij lies a faith
whether exprcssr.l or not.
Heredity. and natural and social
environmeiitt froim inlfanlcy through
life, make and establish onr
characters. This undislautable fact
should lead every sane person to
show some nioime human sensa nd be
more'ciful toward even a w:ayVWai.r
brother 6r neighbor. Thu''s vo ,u
smoother tihe raging fires hato
and envy-the distant applositie
of love love and mircy.
Tlhe memory of-the lovable lile of
the departed, will long be cherished
by ilany who will arise and call himn
the "Good Saniaritan."
J. C. LIPEs.
Card of Thanks.
Ca'pt. .J. M. Wills willies by this
ni)lnii to exprle.si his thanks to
C(; tsr Hill .iof thio tug H iilidon's l't.
anll lAlx. Alexalndler of ie tug Em-
b!.in, for the miiny coliire.sies exte lnl
ed toI him ani I hii faiiily ldurini g his
re-ew t vi.sit o Apalahicola.
DO Yoais Ihe the Iherlenliu.nai.lr. writlln
lly ilsi',o Mjean c4urodl o t' v rionst '
dise~,,-1^- r Mairn.ta i i i"i Th,'-v
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Mihs, Tillie Campbell has 1
completed a bnbt of her graudimo
Mrs. Briggs, which does liar
credit. Her Insructor naayn: ",
a born sculptor. UIas. L. HAnUwI,

There Were Two Kinds of Fiah
Mr. Broker says he has change
restaurant down town, "so he can k
what he's getting." His mind gol
certain about his old place after am
perience ho had last Friday. Fridi
"fish day" at this place, and Mi
likes fish when it is "Just right."
he cast his eye over the bill of fare
remarked: "Lizzie, how is the b<
codfish today? If it is good, you
bring me some; but, you mind, i
isn't good I don't want it. Doyous
Lizzie saw and departed, and tl
Mr. Broker says, he heard her call d
the shaft of the dumb waiter in
rear, "One boiled cod, please, off
new flsh'"-Pittsburg Bulletin.

CAPT, SCHELENGER'S
Boarding Houss
N W Cor. Palafox and Wri
Streets, One Block West of
UNION DEPOT,
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Editor's fee

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Don't. stay a%
Is what I no%
For here you
Where all nii
Please come
How happy y
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It' it is 'f
We will
Roth gre
This business.
With no th.i
''Pay today,
Is the muloo
We can get f
Or from his I
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la'uuiak 'rceze. The Buu" Wil i o call ALLULtl ioi
hle 6L. Andjws 1'oYv has adopt- t, i the genus i ullur ol Lt I
eti the .f-ady ly uila" btyle gold F'. C. P, lailro to ll wh i.,
atlid.ardl editurial lturniied bylu t ,atend the Ep irth Lean.-
Reftjriii Clul ui New York. Duni't aL d
dlCny it. they sent us uome of the veintli inl Chiat nutga, Teun., on P o
same sort together with their offer of the 27th inst. \ print in this the J
free plate matter, free aujpplements, fares fr.oni the pr icipal points in
free nnbncriptions to "Sound Ciir- Florida and Sava inah, to the Ep- H e a
rtncy" etc.,tcc., etc., with which worth Leaguo con option and return, e a
the eek to crt which will be nut s the same as
ln trhe fir-t place, that poor, iolat- the regular iare ) way. means so much more than
oid aheet of DeFuniak mistates when Fernan-lina, .4.60; Whi'.l,, you imagine-serious and
it assert tattha e Buoy has adopted $16.30; Gainevill 15.35; Archer, fatal diseases result from
any symtenm of ready-made editorial; $15.95; .Brnau, 6.30; CedHr Key, trifling alment neglected.
as we announce, in a special article $17.65; JackMvv .*14.60; Live Don't play with ature's
that there in no; iretentions muado Oak, $13.10; ticell, 15.75, greatest gilt- health.
that they are original; on the other l"Mal' o, $14.20; ha.ssee, $15.75; ou see
land generally e,-
hand we are only making use of a: Quincy, $15.75; 'i .$5 .5; Ocala, i/hased, nervous,
few colniun of credited sound cur- $16.45; Wildw l, 7.50; Lacoochi, e, Whav nd, ...." ,
rency lileratu o, which if the editor $18 65; Dade 1.; Pit begnat oceak-
of the Breeze would read iii his lone- City, $19.95; Ybo City, $20.85; Itrength in
,h mE III1 ron medicine which a I
ly hours, would give hium sunl3 much Tampa, $20.85; esburg, $17.85 a lrown's erBt
needed information in political Tavares,$18.70; A ka, $18.70; Or- toes cre-om etne
ec,,ouioy. It would teach him the land, $18.70; Win r Park, $18.70, iverfirst dose-
B ittersl.e.m iais.-r
impracticability .f attempting to Savannah, $12.45. A w plaan t "o a.
create by law a value, and of making 'T'e ale of tick ili bn at ur
a comlmodity, by law, worth twice all co.n sttio the Florida. It res
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a.J. M. Blaco, gister. A ..
paid. A MAP

Welch' store Of the Gitv of St. Anres
ou ill and more
way, another da Gotten up with great care by the
w desire to say: puhli.her, who has spared no pains
are invited
shakes are righted t prepare for the public a nmap of
and see. t St. Andrews as it really is. It shows 1
'OL will be. about
Dur order, FrOUR MILES OF COAST LNIE,
fill all Fxtending eastward from i Dyer's
fill all,
'at anl small., loint, taking in the Olhi Town site of
Starts not to d ive you St. Andrews, and gives haeation of
nght, Imipt to plea you. public hbuinies, places, private resi-
erust tomorrow,' lenices, docks, etc., also every lot in
or you in iligal 'ach block and the adjocinig adii-
iide a lady's guil r. tion t) the Cincinnati Coninny'Ln
sea sliellsa troi hoe beach, land, with a full desription of the
C withiiJ your re ch.
S. WELCH, sane.
Sr. WFELH The Map will sliw owners of lots
reet Elst Uf Bo Office. in the city just where they are lo-
cated, and is of value to those think-
inal French F ing of' bnuiug property.
0c 8aA torunm, Size of Map 30x50 Inches.
0 8 1 89 e The BUOY will send this map to any
CI g S V address on the receipt of
S St. is, ONE DOLLAR.
SLCU Write Or giver, as a premium fe- 5 yearly
*an d no lainn t .salth. aath sul'acriptionr.a


)lves, Trusess, Syringes;

K, FANCY AND TOILET I
TICLES!
S DRJ J, KESTE'R. Druggst.


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Yoa 'Can't Affrd to Miss Tis Chance!

Having Piirclintedl the Stock of Goods iu the Store.at



I am Making Constant Addintions 'Thereto and Propose to


SELL FOR CASH, AT ONE PRICE


To. All!

Lowest Living Margin of Profit.

Treat Eve -stoiier Ali'e an u Coirteoisly.
id See / ,ods and &et My Prices.

.H HA NDS,
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ituvai j' A. L***--* i. iii Neuralgia, Troubles,
The Breeze says: t"o not deny 25th anI cloe Ji thConstipation, ad Blood
it." The Buoy never denies facts, will be (oodI for1/ n ilir ti; Le ll Malaria, Nervous ailments
of tries to pass as facts, fabiiatioms tllays frol daHte ffsa Women's complaints.
of falsehoods, Upon the u:iiiiformed, A llextensioin at htii dav lmay, Get onl the genuine-it has rosed red
lies on the wrapper. All others are sub.
i does the rneze, il trying li be had ick li b (le-bdeuitilr stitutes. On receptor two c. stampswe
does the B e, in tryigto p- will send set of Tn Beautiful World's
ure to the por and unthemi with lite tick ;'agilit o1 the Fair Views and book--ree.
nre to the por and unino ed theine at hatta oo o or befoe BROWN CHEMICALCO. BALTIMORE, MD.
great blessings to oh obtained by I.,l ,e 30th, tulitisi ii ig a thirty-day -- '
estabiishiiig niionouietallisni upoiI a tripTT
metal the standard of which has A!l who are inter teal i the v ork BROWN's IRON BITTE
been ejected by all civilized nations of the Methliulst cl iirch, anld con- FOR SALE ATr
of he template attending te Pi er Drug Stre.
othle re editor aloPayF. C. & P., prio to I theer os.
'T'hie Breezy editor alo says tint 'TPheFk. u. & P,, a o I,.snl,,cft theiirra
lih haid the proposition made himi. through shleplvlg car itervice. bLitwevren
'I'lie Buo's advice in tliat lie ac- .Jlack nville ;ail : heville on the UlUllU Utii
cept it, aun ignore for one ihsne the 11 ith inst. 'T'hc s8 pers will leave
used by party eviron- J sonil at :40. n.,arriing Shirts Made to order.
at bAshe ill, at 10) a. Il., and le1ve.
ments, and just for one timo TEI.I. Ahevil!e at 7:3U ,l., arrive at Vilins L tc.,DR aire
THE TRUTH as liki conHsience dictates .lacksonville at 10:3 a in. V lin,
hin, regarding the system of money Thle :6ove naml d railroad ian gie
I,,most bonetici.l to the Cunilioulweallth, to its iatronis a servi e, equal to all. V. D. R E E N E,
Florida shotild be proud ot' the fact and stiras.od by l other n the
that it has one ilhstittitoii, inl the CHARGES nd Af B A BLE.
Bre,,zd that is above corruption. L E GA L N T I C E SBLE

Mrs. Harrison Invited to Deliver Notice of election S W A N C E S T
an Essay on Bee-keeping To be held at St. udrews Bay.
for VWomen ilt the Atlanta, On a petition of the regular and jqual-
Exposition. ified voters of the S Aridrbves Iay
nee of tile cloy. School Di-trict No.2. i appearing that, ST. ANDREWS BAY, FL'
sa:d petition noitains more thin .ni'e-
.oRIA, ll., Jino, 24 1895 fomuth the qualified vo i's of said school J, T. Bondurant, Propri
v: Thlu severe alrowth still District, No. 2 and vo n-. precinct. No. rlie o1ily Hotel, especially fit
5. It is ther;1forvnordo ed that. anei.- "
stores ant gaillens are tion be heid a:t said (:: rie'on Tuesday, asP I tow'n.
CgtOle.. e..V sJip- the%6th d(.\ of Ausuit, or ILe i.u:-irc.e C( N T N i. .O A
of ascertaliinig whet ter or not s.11d C('ose to an, i 'ail
i ld hc.,l i- school daitrit -: b de.larad i. ,,o-
lit il :l ial Ul, o ti t ,o*, eL thile z P r l e s I es
t i:i ".l i'. ,:, ti.r-Wit:. '.I ,Trit lC tg at okid ;every) attel
r : 1a Dyer'., I'oi: I. rmiuLit r eatw'.id along
.Ve the J:oi t, I 'e ,t .. o .ecti.Li t 0, tp )4s.
r 14-: th.-: north -... a ..t' CO,.-
t ro f..* of ,O'lontl t tp 3 r 14 ,-w; th ence
weL'-t to horCe of Nor .o ]3a3; t :en oc
soi:th a!eng sho,'rc, to ,iit of begin-
ie hay i n4Wnp.
Thie f', reorjing is LIe by ordered by
authority vested in US by section n of ao ryl an astb
'elid .x- ehaptr 41i7 l oevied c atut s of 'Fl- oug6tte ror
31 d:e!.d Farms.
SOn motion it is a1.o "der'ed tht the
at Ati.ta, (ieorgia.. following lp:rso-u. be ain aroheureiy ap-
Sea I l cti, 'b pointed inspectors of section, to-v. it:
S a ca cttn, (bl A. T. Brock, H. F. Bra .in,G. \V. Sur- are known and planted ever -
e. caarva, sCulllpelholig ~er: Jno. R. Thompron. lerk. where, and are always t
e fruit of tht region, AThis the 25th day of A ri, A. D. 1895. o11 F1'erry'i sSeeAnnual
C. B. Bus Chairman. them. Fire.
exhibit to the world her coin- JAMES L. ILLER. D. .Fearry & Co.
ni-rcial importance. W. C. Loc G. N Sec'y Co. Supt. De
It is purposed to hold during the
Expitin. An International Bee NOTICE FOR PUB ICATION.
Keepers congress; we have been in- Jun, 1Ast .l~E O
vited by Mrs. Ex-Govyrnor Northern Notice is hereby given that the follow- FOR THE
f 'id ab d Mrs E-Gf Wrr Northam- oeing named settler has file notice of his 4
SofGeorgia, and Mrs. W. W. Ham- intention to make final proof in support of f SCHOOLROOM
mond of the woman's executive com- his claim, and that said prorf will be made
before ihe clerk of the circuit court, at 44
mi:tee to deliver and essay oni Boo- 'eruon, Fla., on July 20th, 895, viz:
keeping for women. The greatRE J. TAYLOR ob-o ausauN J TA o. W ur .H. ede d so
Hd No. 21162 for the ne of the swl' "we I. ve i. We are Haj-
stacle in the way of ny complyving, w of the se, sw of e ne, and uarterirllbardsDeA
nw14 of the se!.B, swdo o e nej, and .4 %:r
is tha:r the leevles of my b oet dress ne! of the se1 of sec 22, tg3n, r 14w. s1.1, crsf .,, M, ap
staehl ~~~re Alin Linea Jnye 29th Wo.t.rrmaio. ; 5RT
He "hames the followingraiteas to p Gl, Fht Ink and nfron.
ire too small. My friend Mrs. prove his continuous reside ce unon and Wcourat wtldrl ou tandr oI
Camipbell suggests, that some stiff- cultivation of said land, viz: rm. Ertr. e we yamu i
Isiah Alsalrooks, N. Cager, Thomas grated. 14' o bmeisCOs
ruing material call be put inside, Jones and N. P. Taylor, al of Wausau, sk ""m nr-b'"A pl a, and w
o inflate tholn to their greatest Fla. J. M. BARCO-Register do more busm,,, tesl n,, otIh,
kaur in one [lne. M a.sl eiiry-
-apacity. How wotill a few nni. NOTICE FOR PUBLI ATION. *boJ t oo ur
NOuTICr F&ocataul, so gued con &
bers of the Buoy do? ., LAND OFFICE AT GAIls r.LE, FLA., 4 ldim o. bu.aet.,.Ca, a og sa r. 1'
June5.th, I i st a ,u ,,su s, cas.,to e,/em.
Miss MabelCambeell sailed from Notc is m hereby gitent lb the follow- I
ionltreal, on board the Magnolia of ing named settler has filed tice of his
intention to make final proof support.of 65 FIFTH AVE., NEW YORK
lie Allen Line, June 29th, bound for his tlaim, and that said p f will lie
honderry, Ireland. Sihe will travel made before the clerk ofthe cuit court Andrews1
trou Engltnd, Irelanl.cotlan,! 'it Verron, Fin on Julyj0th, 95., viz: Ir
through England,ISAAC GODARD, of caDrra lIe, Fla. School
tnd Wales, sailing on her return Hd 21498 for the w,; of t ie ~o or lot 4 Fr sh
ron iverool, i Spebr. Se of see 19, p 3a r 14w. Furnishing
rom Liverpool, in September. She He names the following nesses toe
htl tU '0 LUErhlo iLaU Pf.L'W I nv


NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
LAn OFricE AT GAINESVILLi:, FLA.(
June I, 18951. 1
Notice is hereby given that theo ollow-
ing-uiamAd settlerbas filed notice of his in-
tentio.n to make final proof in support of
his ci.iini, and that said proof' iill be made
be for clerk of the circuit court at Vern ,
Fla., on July 20thli,195, viz:
AUGU -T WILSON of Piltsbuirg, FI
Hd No 1 ,2 for thle %C ef the a
lot 3 of sec *20, tp 4s, r 13:w.
He names the following
prove his continuous resi
cultivation of'sid-an
Isaac 3odard Em-
mnona. St. Andr Robe nd P.
A. Kilberg, er, all in Fla.
T J. B.aco, Register
E pail.


'Our Clubbing List
The BUOY has made very liberal club-
iing arrangements with a few of the very
best publications in the country and for
the present can send fora whole year
The BUOY anud
T he Florida Citizen,weekly, for...$1 65
Farmer and Fruit Grower ... t 5
Floiida Agriculturist ... 2 55
do clubsof 5, eteh ... 25
Farm Jourual, Philad'a, moBthly 1 10
Cincinnati Enquirer twice a week
8 large pages each isae. r... 1 6S
For i-iy or either of the above public
lion inl connection with the BOOY, ad-
dress all orders to THE BUOY,
St Andrews, Fla.


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Always in the Lead!l


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CORNER UF SHELLIJENUE ANDB ICHIMi STRBEi.
ST. A DREWS BAY, FLA.


Carries a Fiillin of D gs, M0icines5


The PEOPLE'S STORE,

Pittsbur - - F I A.
IS NO LONGER AN EXPERT.MENT.1!


N W. PITTS, PROPRIET-On
Knowing the wants of the cornmu nintybnys itelligeatly and


fSelys O h e a p

Tyo- ive near the Come in a Boat; if back iu the Country, Comet "
Horseback; if you ha no Horse, borrow your Neighbor's Ox and CaL..
COME ANY WA Xind load in your COUNTRY PRODUCE
And let ,me prove to yon that
YO 'UT A. _T S A. V E I-M O rJ9 EY 'Y
By either Buying or Felling
AT THE PEOPLE'S STORE.
Fine Water-Front and Other Lands for Safer
title only one remove from the United States Government and of course
PERFECT.


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ORGAN JANUM4


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The object of this Association is to Impruve .1
Andrews Bay and to ('Co
Develop its Resources as a Fruit-G
To accomplish this tle A.sociatini ploposJ e to Sdl owi
and-a-half and FiveAcreb to such parties only as wa
Erection of Hoiusae. Fences and such Permanent Im1
Ya-lueof each tract so disposed of, and particularly to
Plant them out in 'Trer,. Plants
To the end that in the shortest practicalle time evL
Source of Revenue to its Owner.
AS TO RELIABILITY OF THE ASS
The ifl~ stion which will naturally be asked will be:
"ttion reliable ? And the answer to it is: Any person emn.lr'.in.


9, 1892.

antry adjacent to St

ug Country.
ndi in tractsof Two-
rove them by the
s will enhance the


Tract shall be a


ATION
.t! this Asso-


WLE NEW LAWS. '

Passed by the Recent Legisture D On

The Following List of Laws by (CS
Their Titles Will be Con-
ttimed t'rom Week to
Week Until all are
P' bilshetd.
54. An act to provide for the ap- I O
luintineont oft guardians of the prop-
fre1 from nicotine a
of persons of niaouiiiid minl. Iron-clad written guil
55, An act tW ament. aun ict eln- or mIot:.v r,:ef'Un d.
guaranteed cur,.,, 6.5
titldl an act. to assign ald cniiittinuc reCOilpt of price.
to the Carabelle, ''allahasseo and Booklet. and proof ft
Uporgia Irailroad cUinpaiy, certain Ofce of THE P
grants of land heretofore made to the
'tihomaiia ille, Tallaliasseo andl ulf Eureka Chem, t:d
Doar Sirs--I hb\'
railroad company. t.o years' have smoke
56. Senate umeimrorial to congress nervous 6.yst im beca
u.e of tol,uc-co for t
asking fur an appropriation for the Cure," ..o-'.o-IT ac.
improvement and deepening of the accidently learned ol
uuiug your' prLcpar:t
Ili.ibor of Cedar Keys, in Levy pc lrfct health. ,:.d
county, hsate of Florida. soker fl, :, ..
57. An act to organize a county
court in and for the county of Dade, a T= -s"-
to rosribe its jnI -kdiction and t. al t l A
.ZfW...-... c' tl L


e w)S an eesponible busineM3a o ol firm doing' s lU-iUAgy -n 1. C Y
lVk at their oiwn hbme to be paid over only whliei the A'iociatlion shba atisia'to- ment of a prosecnring ttltorInic, and
rily show that tho improvements have been made according to agree. or he cop atio. ju e
The Association will not only improve and plant, but wat and care for t
all property entrnuted to its keeping, guarding against forest fires,'dishonest pilferers sai, court.
for damages from any cause possible to bo prevented. 58. All act to regulate th,, prac-
Front a careful eCtihate of the probable expense and income of a fruit te to o g,:ir,,ih,,ent, ant to
plantati'on-I i thit St. An,,lrews UBa country a few figures are given:
Price of ;ana po-' acre, say $25 tlv .i5,; cost of clearing, say $20, *ost of planting 1st prescril.e thie duty tof garnishees.
year, s jay $3'1; Lo,st of citltiv:ttion each vyc:r thii.dtitvr., 0 59. A et reltinig t the ciustoly
It is not extravaganu: to estimate that a 1-acre vineyard will oi the third ct lasting to the
year, il prope:ily riltivated, yield $2-00 worth of fruit, and o'f peaches ; I.rly or quite and charge of hl i.ajners when em-
the saime, while fis lhoiuildd do even Ibetter than that. Then, tho gh prhlaps a little ,lo)ed by the authority of tle county
longer, samln of them, in conminr into prutitaile nearing maY be named pears, apricots,
nectarine.a, ,lunms, p rui'nru nuill 'rrie. olive., Jiapan persimmons almonds. English conlnlciouIlCS.
walnuts, J p. J ch. tiiLtF, prcans, ..iid ,.atl y othei vatrielliC oi' fruit andi nuts. which 60. An act exteuling andi enilag-
are alnos.t ci. rt.tiu, toi' tl..i. :i h wrje; while oranges and citrusi, ruius, thuugli not con-
sidered certain vield1., re returned ,.iteneI r thain they mtie... i ng the powers- of the Jacks ,ville
The Secretary of the Asnoliation will give particular attention to an- stieet railroad colul.anly.
aweLing letter. ..1f inquiry, ,ud the BL'o v will in its an.aAers tIo corr~.,outldents an- 61. An act to amend sctions-
Bwer all que.'-t.), -,ked it.
R E BI E B E R, te Associati:n Lauds will be sMu on Easy 2440 and 2441 of the revised statutesE
Termi o tf '.it. iia,, : lut in. ',r, i' Liut. ;nu-t 'lle i, :' il .. ,, C.atiaiu trv ,.oI i' gipetn of the state of Florida' tefi nilng andc
that tht. nuik IL,:L- I.n petl'orited. 0CORR SPONDEN CE OLIGITED.
A\dde~K. E. IIOXVARD. e. unishii1 petit larceny.
H:rri -on, .iF 62. A\i a;ct to reIlize the a.se.ss-
m ents and le\ies of txea fXs.il the
years lI9', 1891, 1892, 193, a d
X 1894 by city of Key West, and t,,

T.neailue.
W A T- au 63. An act to anelld sectitu 9 o0

JEW ELER AND .N e lialter 4266 ,f te laws of IFl, rida,
IRS IN HIs LINE, e, title an act to iaeCrpl.'Iate the
CaIS udth nAmerican aln Interlna tional
Inpany, and to grant, cer-
to aid in the cuIlnstnIlCtiol,
Snl io.
act to ai f l l t i-i-st uini
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AND A (Tt)VPIUlfS'iOC'K OF
LTNi)LIDAEE' SUPPLES

mIast% F'oo's & col Fny's


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THER! 0L.0 0DGOW9T

L!SDIES' FAVORITE.
JLW:ATI REL.A3L' ndwpr.r fly SAFE. Tit. ,q,1e
iuset by Ijrnlo~ilo L 10.1 a Leover iho I ofi.A Btiitos,
In tr0e OLD DOCMI' I i8 rivurexa!iI prauitte, lux 13 yeate,
nrM not a single bLd r..iwlt.
Monrb it weuned It nzd ruq y.prorend. Bsand c4matt
(plamps) for sealed pariknlvsra.
OI LWARD INSTITUTE, 120 H. Oth St.. S. LouIS. Mo.

The Old Reliable


tab: 9"' :1- V p rC. 0 =2a i0rOrT1t,
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A ~ iii o I I 'Io t r i i chomloary
et United Staet3 Httstry,1" P
tca.lv vr, p'uiril anti i Li-. : I'ioer-utt I-
.iu r~I i~ile Agr'nO- ~ lilt
heiid fu vla t- i W



POITAN4Rl~


CAN OPTAIN A ATEN1T? For A
nt answer oad an honc~r' uin-ion. nrite to
sir im'A', &.CC., wiio have bad nearly vlv years'
exneriencein the patent bu.w'ujeL.s. (,nmr-,unlci.
tion8 strictlv confldential. A flatidhek oo f In.
trwation conning Pngengs ad bow to o".
lMin tbvn sent free. Also a cwtnllogue of mechan.
MA and a cicyldc books Lo nif rie.
Patnnta retain xubroug Miun S. Co. reoeiv
R ecip.1 noi:c thc Nir.I c n Im-nricnn, ana
lua are trwr:o'.t r Wrd.y bc.'rr r rbe r-ut-Ire wit.'
out cost to tue Inverror. -b! 3 ?dii r paper.
LisauC Wed ekiy. FIilill' airdkd. hau bJ farthe
lar-lest 4lrculauitn or anry C Genl'.Oe work in the
we:! i. ~ 3 a 'ar. S 'r'ie arcrpli e t, s re-.
c~r:i..s Ui cr '.1 h V-Vry number coutairls beau.
t:;% pIplter. Ic cob z., and tbotoPtr t of new
Lcus. & itltt i'Iaini. eonblir L: wdaet. to shomw the
Wateet doe n rD 543r'rP ncooCt c. Addroso
lUAN v Co., Vr*V YOz. 361 i ROuArLwY.

~~1,PARKER'S
HAIR BALSAM
S-Cloas and bi ajr '-0 haiW'
V-~0-.Er r ID .-ion r vr,yP.
ll~lr LO119 Y01LILfIU CL)Iar.
C~uea u' tuB 4lra~Lng.
Am Cuwwei .
l~.l ~lil'P 1 jib 1.n


Ujjjj7.3 1,j! am &rlg ImIA L lrleT. I fr
ii Quedaltin I41Atk and -3- l rci. Clil bet m
urtO & Il3a VITS 9ii "~ -s n.i lost


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tl.aailb ill htrate. I
up ba ai, ac


stuck, I fI Ivl, vi inju
jIo0yes .44 I L'l .
lif je bILIC, :1114. 1..
and to p['t.he 114.3DI

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lt:of alo Ie 'fills.",, %.. 1 ,1 .o I ,: do ,.lars

oLu of i. silr' ing Ofa thPf I- lo niii.- 4 1 i, elatel t
at tre.31join ,t ru-iII 1x.t '.. ,ro f.1... ,t '. .the a labc lle iver,
e balance dun by p- U.d ip l t. At aI t-.. 1 of .i ,ile i.n for Ii'tch
,l uve' ,lsn m en t to thu I nI st.!' t : .J'.,i.I, it o. 0 1 -;:.iIh I al. ,
a, Alil the lao tial I n' a rit il .\ II act I o tui efl i l

Si. Melm rial to tlid CI'.lr fcs of S. An act to (i oni secti ti I,. S

imnprovemient of :hl trientc of chei Chu, of a juIy. Y
( mllei andi soiuin l be -inacedl 1:pion 89. An ad ct t o i,,ibit tile intro-
Ihie lst o f( c.ntii uel a~ril- inti.i.,s.. duction int thi i. Lte and the sale
(30. .\A act I uo ena: blo ltit te ctnvi theini t of I oC n, i.niles, eCan tti e,
Iho have erveOlt a long prioull with L u: .s o"r othcl i d Iulestic lt ill.,I
. a( tbel ii Hl v i to haiv thl'eir apli- which may bI at the tile 1of
at iin for parou I i propl l .rl'y pi rese ntd their inlltll i ,I sale sii n l"
to the pardoning boa t anil for thier front 'direast's ltuotnI as glanders,
I1'1 it) CR farey, huoleIa, *s. fever or other
i 0. A r act illn rhatie i eton th e cap. vii,li l, ot e u i. oltagious d
turo allil killi-g (of food Li shes ill ceri ll C -d o which are kuOk 1 at 1:0
uain 1 itaters i ii l aoluuia cou ty. tIn ;- i,, i ,-lhtit. or sIILe to-
I sveIi wet I itoll II I-et. Ie a 1d7th jesleV




tense.- buflrtlie t courts h11' this state, ernur ti 11'ph 'i, a emnCllsiuilol lo t d
\\11en ltie conlditiuon ouf slICh bon in Iun.' ti g itll II .-iiiiri lllnd unt e-
tare b mells of Fal 1I iou i le at n'lii Int ile
.,n iof ( ,Itt v IA rg iId. ito i p' IIii i lC lid
71. All act Lo le, i the incor- t ,aiy exLin t wi ll i l..
pora ji-m of thl tol w il Furlo t \ lit. [ u o C;.$II ?.IN I
ill tlie ci nty if' Co' lu-ll ia, htate ol I
I'olhIi III nId to clu o IC ii h it i niI[i r l- 01t hll .,i t l-i -' tI e-
l~ ra,., fl ov fF r \h t,-[ ,],: .


\, ilid, a ,l o u f',rfIF d all It 'ect.
73. An ntt to anlthiu ize the, city
c,,I it ti.i.l' of Key \V .t, to fix a .'sl31y ot it
own ouicCies.
74. An act to change the itnWHile
of the Gaiinesville, Ickvy I ',,int arUl1
Mican ii p railroad ci)npanv, t, ex-
tlen- and enlarge its cha itr. aind tti
grant certain lands to aid in thle e'x-
te lsilill of hail railway, an.l f'r other
nlrpu.u es.H.
7.). An ant ti, provide fur talking
u c I enius (t lthe i tate of Fluorida fo,
the year 1S95.
07 A-. act ,i lat iiig to ili ,.gfti-.
aiis it ,,t' f ., i:t; in i:i,'' rumi i .;: i in
ll.11 l' I. i 1 .;" i : l, i a ". t t 'u l I, it.l
.... '..,... th .le t ,'.ul 'o .i > ,d pl ,,-
\ iing for the tralibfer and deposit
as co4 iateral secutiity.
77. An act to inc'le pirate1 thle
F.i imer.s' .MI tuLi1d Fire liinsuraitcn A1 .-
seeiati:,n, in tlhe stare ,i t'lridla.
78. An act t,, alulmli..ii the. i nlt i-
et.:.i t (iy of the tl w n <(-leoi .,,n i t il


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A.j~i -fI. Dire.AP~S
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S"E Uabridged.I'
: Standard of the
S IT. S. ov't Print-
Snlag Office, tlt U.S.
BSipreme Court and
S 1 f nearly all the
i War'nly com-
Smelnded by ecery
State Superinten-
I dent of Schools,
and other Educa-
tors almost with-
out number.
A College President writes: "For
ense with which the eye finds the
" word sought, for accuracy of definl-
"tlon, for effective methods In Ludl-
"eating pronnnclation, for terse yet
"compreheusire statements of facts,
"and for practical use as a working
"dictionary,' "Welbster'st International'
"excels any other ainglo volume."
The One Great Standard Authority,
so writes Hon. r)... Lrrower, Julstie I'. .
uttpremn? Court.
G. & C. ERRJIAM CO., Publishers,
Springfield, Mass., U.S.A.
nUr Pend1 to the publlahers for free pamrahlot.
a1 tDo uot buy cLeap reprints of a.neleni cUllons.


t'r's jNJUYOLUS TO STtu)P SUDI.lENI
and don't be iinji ed upoln by buuili ia.'
hy do Z, a, it iz'
no10thit.1g0 IiLilHEM 'Itana ;ub-SttI~e. In th.3'-ud-
ztiil llIa)t. aind in fivt all Ceasos', ilteh effect or
the tiijul: uit. he it opium, nicil-phinue, or other
i~liate. tie:;1i e a far Worse habit coutr. cvtd.
1 rwfvt about. BAC'O-CUP.0. It
is purely ro getahle. You do
not have to:tuop using tobuiu~co
'tith BACO-('U'R.O. Iwt will
notifyy Vyol when to stop and
Your deiMre furi tobacco will
l .ade. Your system will be as
(iat boluture YOU t4J0 YOU' first chew or smoke. An
tel to abs.Aolutely curt. the tobacco habit in all its forms.
rIe.LtY0 pev' Iwix 01 3 hox:ut ( 3L day. treatment and
Fo.r baiu 113 all dt~it, will he Scull li Ih I 111)(111
ND SIX ;'V6 C:K'1,T --~T A MP,;FOR -)ILEWN.
Eureka C henical 1.1l'f g ig o., La Crosse, Wis.

NEER PRESS COMPRAN Y, C. WV. HCIINIrrcq, Supt.
St.. Paul, Miun., Selit. 7. IsI4.
ILI MI'!'g Co.. La Cr.o:4c, Wis,
jcn ia tobacco fiend for many v s. tiudl d.i'oin the pLAst
i Often to tventy 'i v rev I.rular'ly every tdy. My '.'.'
i Ut1 tltii phYsi'i :1n oldrio 1 i ut glCt up t1
b'hngr. at rn-al. I tili'-l tlit!,0s.- a''Relv
I- nio ~ i t',t I klv v rem n t %.i-thoi~t hunt~lLiI
.ui B-13 co-Curo." Three weAh: avo to-day I counllueneMLd
and rL-'l _I c.-rus!du Wor IX 1 C'fl ''K' y 11'-A. f Iam n"II
c.', i iu %i er a CIO'.u -CU. e'0'
LI ra .. .
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W... Parker,
Real Estate Deaier.
Parkier, Fla.


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' Given Away :

,"Every Month
Sto the pe ubmitthe person ittg the
most meritorious Invention oi
dunthreeding month. me
u ie CUR E PATENTS s
FOR INVRNTORI. and the1
0 object of thtl offer is to en- s
courage persons of an o nvent-s0
S lyve turn of mind. At the ,
samo time we wish to impress ias
the fat that :: :: ;
It's the Simple, .
Trivial Inventious ;
That Yield Fortunes -
S-such a3 De Long's Hook
and Lyo,. "See that Hum p,"
e "Safety Pin." "Pigs n Clo-'
S ver" "Air Brake," etc. s
Almost every one conceives u%
a bright idea at some time or -e
olht r. Why not put it In prac- M
tloal use? YOUK talents may q
io ia this direction. May q
make your fortune. Why not
try? :: :: :: :: : **
tp aWrite for further information and fI
I mention this paper.
ITtR itES 6LftilMSG60O
S Ph lI.-, W. Avirett, Gea. Mgr.,
618 F Street, Northwest, q
V WASHINGTON, D. C.K
Sr'-Thb.- rr-sponsiblllty of this company -
"'unay ho utlgt-i by the, fact that its
W tau. ,I is uold by over one thousand
0e of the Itiading newspapers in the -
up United States.
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DEITE BSHOE (10., Inc'p. CinPra, 1,a000.00.
BEST i.50 SHOE IN Tsie WORLD.
"A dollar surest is a dolVar ea.mcd."
Tbis Ladles'Solid French Dongola KidDut- I
ton Boot delivered free anywhere In the U.S., on
.!4 receipt of Csh, MontyOrder,
,.,r w S*' Equais every way the boots
Su-i [din all retail stores for
-'' We raake thlsa boot
ourselves, thertfora we guar"
ansee t ee flu style and I rdui
iS no.'& d^ B1- If ab y o O IS n t s- altisfie
S { we will refund the money
or ,end another pair. Opera
Srot. or CumnonSen e,
vicidtb C, I)E, ft UP.
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&ccia,!ie ri ns 0ine.A .
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