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: August 8, 1895
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Saint Andrews (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Washington County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Washington -- Saint Andrews
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 27 (Sept. 28, 1893).
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Volume ID: VID00018
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i rst, Last, and all the





Washington Couitty

West Florida
Against the World*

NO. 19

AUG 8. 1895.


enatoi Hon. am'l Paaco, Monticello'
Hon ilkinson Call, Jiacksonviile.
Representatives-lst District, 8. R. Mal-.
lory, Pensacoia; 2d District, 0. M
Cooper, Jacksoirvilie.
Land Office-lRegister, J. M. Barco: Re-
Receiver-N D Wainwrigbt, Gainesville
Governor-He ry L. Mitchell; Attorney
General Win. B. Lamnar; Secretary of
State; J. L. .raf,'rd; Comptroller, W.
D. Bloxham; Commissioner of Agricul-
ture, L. ti. Woniliw~~il; S ptprite n:deiit
of Public Instruction, W, N. Sh.ats;
Treasurer, C. B. C llins; Justice of Su-
preme Court, R. F, 'aylor', Tallahassee
First District--\Vilkiiiui( Call, Jackson-
ville: Second District, S.'.tI cIt-, Pasco.
Mouiiui ll,.

Representative, J. R. Wells, Chipley,
County Judge, D. D. Melvin, Vernon;
Clerk of Couit, County Clerk, Recorder
of Deeds, W. B. Ltssiitter, Vernon;
Sheriff, 0. G. Alleu, Chipley;Treasurer,
R. C. Horne, Cliipley; TaxCollector, A.
Q. Jones, Vernon; Tax Assessor, A.
J. Gay, Griassy Point; Superintendent
of Public Instruction, W. L. Lockey;
Chipley; Surveyot, Thos. Collins, Chip-
justice of the Peace, C. H. Crippen;
Notary Public, Deputy Circuit Court
Clerk, R. D. Hopkins; School Super-
visor, R. F. Brackin; Post Master, G.
B. Thompson
?ostmistress, Mrs. Ellison.
?ostmistress, Annie R. Parker; Notary
Public, W. H. Parker.
?ostmaster, N. W. Pitts.

Aotaries, E. Mosher, Frank Iloskin, F
B. Bell; Postmaster, W. M. Croman;
.County Commissioner, H. M. Spicer
MDeputy Clerk of Court., S. T. Walklcy

Y. P. S. C. E.-Prayer meeting at the
Presbyterian church every Suiday after
aoon at 3:30 o'clock. All are invited.
Baptist Rev M. J. Webb, Pastor,
reaches at the Baptist Church, corner of
WVyoming avenue and Cincinna,i street
every first and thi rd 'unday, morning
and evening. Church conference
Saturday before first Sunday at 4 p. m.
Sunday school every Sunday at 10 a. m.
At Parker .very fourth Sunday in each
month at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. mi.; at
Cromanton every second Sunday morn-
tig and evenin,-g. -
6v et il Day tstt-Meets ovry Sat-
rday at. ll o'clock a. m., corner ot Wood-
bine' avenue aid Bay View streets; prayer
meeting same place every Friday evening
at 7:30 .
Preshyteriaun-Church corner Loraint
venue and Drake street. Rev. C. P
Slade (Cliri.stini) preaches by perinis
uion every alternate Sunday at 7:30 p. m.
natholic-Church corner Wyoming ave
:aie and Foster street.

One Dollar a Year in Advance.


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

THERE is no word so sweet in the
Euglish vocabulary as "charity," so
let us beo charitable to Senator Call
in his present hopeless situation.
Let him meoet his political death as
cheerfully as possible. With death
the Laanmgre.ssiuns if man's life are
ctically forgotten. Perhaps this
to be t h -.-f


IT comes as somewhat ot a sur-
plise to learn of the recent Indian
outbreak at Jackson's Hole, Wyo-
ruing. As there has been no rercep-
tible trouble for a number of years
among the "red skins" and their
"pale-faced" brothers.
It is apparent, that the cause of
this insurrection arises from the
arrest of a number of the Bannock
Indians, for violations of the game
laws existing in that state.
In the ast outbreak several
whites were killed and villages pil-
aged. There is no difficulty autici-
pated in conquering them, unless the
Bannock tribe is joined by other
western and Canadian tribes.

AND now comes the information
of the pitiable condition of the colony
of negroes which left Alabama and
Georgia, induced by the glowing ac-
counts told them by their organizer,
a negro, of the fertility and produc-
tiveness of the Mexican country to
go hence.

Th e press accounts state that they

Return of Puritanism.i
The shades of Puritanism and
gloom of religious obloquy again
lower and rest upon the inhabiutwt.,,
of Richmond, Va.
The recent municipal order of that
city, regarding the stoppage of the
street railway service and the clos-
ing of ice cream parlors on the first.
day of the week, is a piece of the
most intolerant action that could be
contemplated in this land of public
belief and religious freedom.
So long as there can be no law re-
stricting the belief ol a man, there
should be no law allowed to cxi t,
thaL in any manner tends to recttrain
thoe peaceable pr:itico and obl,,r-
It I. PO we

How many free-born Americans

are there in the city of Richniounl,
who, after six days of toil and labor
would like to enjoy a street-car ride
as a recreation and a diah of ice
crean or a glass of lemonade as a
harmless beverage?
There is nothing-so hard to end-ire-
as a community who cannot bear to
see a per-son innocently enjoy himI-
self, but think he should be c.in-
pelle, to attend church on Sunnlay.
The first teachings the American
children receive, is the knowle.lge
that they are sons and dt ught,.rs tf a
free country, gifted by their glorious
constitution with the right to wor-
ship in accordance to the dictations
of their own conscience. How dis-
sappointed and surprisod they will be
when they reach the age of mtiturity
and find that all those glorious
teachings and thoughts were but
dreams, and that they too live in a
country whose religions affairs are
daily becoming nearer alike to those
that existed in France during tie
time of the Catholic-Hu guenotl

are simply on the verge ol starvation, crusade, more than two cent nries




East, west and north mail, via. Chipley de
parts every day except Sunday at 12:30
o'clock; arrives every day except Sun2
aay at 12:00 p. m.
East Bay mail for Harrison, Cromanton,
Parker, Farrmdale and Wetappo, leaves
St. Andrews going east every morning
at 7 o'clock and arrives, coining west
every afternoon at F o'clock.
North ]ay (Anderson): Arrives at St.
Andrears every Monday, Wednesda and
Friday, a. m ; Returns to Anderson
same days at 1:30 p. m.

Parker Lodge No. 142,
A. .F. & A.. 1MV.
Regular Communications on Satur-
day, on or before each full moon.
Visiting Brothers Fraternally
7. BOUTELLE, Secretary.

Homeopathic Physic an and Ac-
coucher. Office Pion -er Drug Store,
corner of Shell avenue and Michi-

gan street,
St. Andrews.

. Florida

S- ..h.f jL -

DR. W. iT. Mi'ICHELL, ,
Proprietor East End Drug btore, of-
fers his professional servicess to the
citizens of St. Andrews Bay and
vicinity. Office at Drug Store.
Residence on Buenna Vista avenue
opposite old Florida Exchange.
Notary Public and Rurveyor. Special at-
tention given to All Notarial liasiness
alo tio the Dramiiti, of Ma's, Charts, etc
Parkrr. a
Justice ot the Peace.
Will attend oromptlv to all business de-
mandipg his attention within his juris-
diction. Office on Bnvview street, one
block northeast of T C. I)anford's store.
The oN original : re rh Fruit Cure.
^ . K'. Sarat.arim,
0 822 Pine Sl.
C St. Louis, o.
Call or y-rita
abso tl sa ard oe Injury to hatth.

Dses... CUEED without the use of
knite Question Blank and Book free. all
or write DA,. II. 13. BUTTS,
orsifMt. t< '.-ktS, Mo.

are living along the railroads and by
the side of branches which traverse
the country.
Those darkies of Cottondale and
Marianna who were enticed into sell-
ing their possessions to be taken to
the "promised land" which a-suu-
posed agent talked of, while in that
vicinity last January, should be
heartily thankful that "the train
never came."

IT probably, in no little degree
puzzled some of the state press,
when they opened the Ocala Banner,
of July 26, and found nicely laid and
folded within, a supplement precise-
ly like the one issued by the Sound
Currency Club.
The Banner may have a deep and
inpenoretrable object in view by the
use of the Sound Currency supple-
ment, while it still editorially adyo-
cates the silver lunacy.

But let its object be what it may,
it seems a trifle inconsistent to sup-
port free silver in one part of the
paper and sound money in the other.
The BuoY raises no objection to
the Banner's use of the valuable
reading matter, and would be pleased
to learn of its absolute conversion to
the side of honest currency.'
Nevertheless it must leave some of
its readers in doubt as to its exact
position upon the question.
Perhaps it being a free silver
organ, it intends to the fill!est ex-
tent to demonstrate the meaning of
the word "FREE."

SASSISTANT Secretary of the Treas-

ury, )rnrtis, aiitm rTTS TT. .
London, reports a sufficiency of
money in London markets, and he
thinks a considerable portion would
soon be invested in the United States,
which would inaugurate an era of
prosperity, such as hai not be wit-
nessed of late years, if it were not for
their fears of this country enacting
financial laws which would have im-
mediate effect towards depreciating
the value of their investments by
lowering the standard to that of
As soon as the free silver lunacy
shall have died away, and we see it
forever turn its back upon our
country, investments will begin
to be made in such proportions as to
not have an idle man anywhere.
There is never a faint hope of pros-
perity while the United States is
foolish enough to attempt to arti.
fically sustain a parity between tWvo
metals at a legal ratio of 16 to 1,
while the commerical ratio contin-
qers at. 32 to or i ore


As time advances, man must be

allowed more freedom so that hi'
mind may be more apt to help to pro
mote the advancement which sur

rounds him
J .t so inag-a,--te Creoator

r n ti

no mark of distinction on any par
ticular day, it is too, much for mani
to assume that he or any or-ganiza-
tion has the right to declare any
certain day as a day of universe
Of course custom makes Sunday
recognized as the day of rest, in a
great majority of the civilized
nations, but there is no authority
justly vested in any government, to
declare a failure to observe the law
of custom, a crime P
Those who pretend to establish
Sunday as a day of worship, canno
find a single paragraph in the book
by which they as-ert they are led
the bible, in which they receive
authority to declare any certain day
as day of sacredness. Can a just
yet exacting God demand such sac
rifices from the people whom h
Whoever the creator was, b
endowed his people with minds an
it seems far from his intention t
punish them for using it on any cer
tain day: that task being left to-,tj
American legislators, in this
vanced age,the latter part o0h
nineteenth century. V

Convinced the Stiver Sttandard In a Tal
Sof silveril
In spite of the warning blio
statesmen the prosperousl^.
Chile has abandoned the cheap 8to
basis for her currency and has ado
the gold standard. Chile is one of
most enlightened and progresiMve of t.
South American countries, and her aw
tion is an evidence that she has found
the silver standard to be a failure an
wishes to be in accord with the major
ity of the great commercial nations wit
which she trades. As all her out-stanc
ing loans, both principal and interest
are payable in gold the change in th
standard will cause but little confusion
and fluauoial interests are already ad
justed to t.he new basis.
While Chile adopts the gold standard
of value, the same as in this country
she will continue the use of silver, an
the banks will he authoriz-ed to issn
paper cmirrcncy somewhat on the plan c
our national bank system. Only as muc
silver will be coined as can bn main
tainted at a parity with gold. The result
of the change will bf to giv., the bns
nous interests of the country a stable
flnaneial syqvtem. which will doutk-ss b
of grcat advantr.ge to it in its compete
tion with silver st'ndar.1 countries.
It 'A. now in order for our s:lveriteY t1
rfuouamce 'the horrib-' ct inti *-i. 1 9 3, b
'.chich the '-, ,-ed ".-1, s. .-.-. y d<
Ssti-oyEd the W -;.-.riy 'f A '! .-












ow,), vo

and B
oates onu
the She
in the
this sit
in simu

in I gove

^'onoy to pay c l

all current expndit
be in excess; hence-(
Sherman notes have
cannot be lawfully
such executive act A
rowing of money
Many of the Sherm
less in bank reserve
gathered in by.
for payment in gol
the banks on a gold
undertaken at the r
per mouth. The g,
either be retaiund fr
increasing product
waiting safe invest

St and the
do well

the form-'t (i

add.11 0 e
a IIai :j -, ziglht
eiucos,., bee n- u
ital whi:?Al .,
to 1.,Vinlt(o



hon tional prosperity, t and honor.
they These new psts would if unchecked
lse by cause the country a greater loss in one
T bor- year than have the grasshoppers since
they first appeared. They seek to estab-
doubt- lish a financial policy which means the
1ld be repudiation of debts, the debasement of
noted our money and the adoption of the 50
put cent dollars which are the currency of
d be Mexico. With false and misleading
,000 proanlies of increased wealth, which
Iounld'.y pretend would follow the enact-
opidly Iment of a law for the free coinage of sil-
gold 4r at 16 to 1, they try to delude the
S farmers into supporting their schemes.
SWere they to be successful trade and in-
dustry would be paralyzed, capital
would bc .withdrawn from agriculture
Rand -'", I business depression would
She only safeguard against the
danger is to vote down the
aRw and elect only men pledged
.lrt honest money.

Worth Considering.
Workingmen may not have time to
tudy carefully the various cheap money
homes of the silveritos, greenbaokers,
etc., but there is no reason why they
should be deluded into voting for any
-tI~L So far the 50 cent dollar or
Sfla o vent dollar have not made
any converts among the laboring
SLaM.es, but it is likely that in the next.
D,. national campaign a special effort will
SNhib made to Induce workingmen to vote
!i for the ltiver standard. To all appeals
Sr ,- for such support the intelligent work-
, -'.* wjn should ask this question, "Is it not.
ir a fact beyond dispute that in every
i to'uuut.-y of the world which ha', the gold
A., h4"%nndard w~'g,-x are higher t.bsu in the"
. 'ocurtrie- w"ioh ":, on a 3-..,,k-, ei.?"

again, a queer, mirthless little laugh.
"1 said I would remember your good
oounseL "
"Then you don't-love him?"
Mrs. Hallet bent down and kissed her
tenderly. "I suppose I know who he
is," she murmured tentatively. "I met
him at your houe."
"Yes, and I had taken a month to
consider my answer, which Iam a afraid

"Then you dor't-lve h I m?"

I gave him reason to think might be
yes. Oh, Barbara, how could I, do you
think?" the girl moaned in a voice of
anguish, burying her face in the other's
"He is very nice," Mrs. Hallet mur-
mured undecidedly.
"He asked me to wire him when I
got here," the girl went on breathlessly,
not heeding the interruption. "He is
going through to California, and be
wanted to be sure of seeing me here,
and all this morning I have been wild
with the thought that I must wire him
today if he is to have the message be-
fore leaving Boston, and yet-what to
"But you know now?" surveying the
flushed face anxiously. "Don't be hasty,
"Do you call it hasty to take a month
to say no? I think he will rather be dis-
posed to complain that I have been so
"You are sure you do not care for
him?" urged the other very tenderly.
"Oh, I know It! I have known it for
a month, only I would not admit it, "
she said, with such curious repressed
feeling in the' tone that Mrs. Hali -
"Is it that thb- a1> '!--


-.Uas o Good&e@ od.*
Therehasbeen a rood cakl cnn-iL
troversy and argoarm4, abo!t wbot fre ,
ooiniago is. Hore we Lbtr( ii.j tht biill thbo
lain, unadultedr.oNed fr,. "-awo ad of4-
ver. That is ot wbat ti.e p-xpk wu.t.I
1e do not. Want obeve'r iwxwy; Oty
more money, pk-rtiy of m. All as
old. These two riewh: tou
Valhetlwr in th ,p,.kr minu trt
Aa st only way to got ,ik'r'1 t,_ev v/,.I MA
Ti fre-e oilnge of M 1,rI. Fri. c"in CKN-Y
Iof silver womld i r-1.i; th, voilue a Y TKNEY

he whole(dt t1o gold wnhivuFa1
tiludes Hw long it would tale to applyV.I( th. --- rNrchM a
'-t't price, v:uum by thil hvurdst,f silver tiHow may

h.n, in- fact, oi. I on. t answer, bt ita ti inimat l ...-- [tMn.]
wo-throf t.hi- I il g which feet wold u the eig of th qual w'a clno ue,, ermg.
uodohcti,,n for it eut tre- tiy r ..oy in our cunry.--Ho "Poor f...l, ;" I I do not often men-
itare rvlaias .ga"nust tir.aI. tJh trn-an, ir lion hi,, ,i s.be Hlet rcturnod, sigh-
-ary. ioh en, ," I, h~'avily. "He -as Ls dearct fel-

i, w ,r .......... .. ..2 i "Y -s, b w i ktl d .. a railway ra. o -
Bon a'r i: i.ta ., .... ......... .......... . .'i j t.-en st .ars :. ;o It w aownua fui book.
Du' forrt ,i,.mput.. )n of. ... ..... t .I.. d e.., h i. a.
-ur- ,-- ,.l ..1.......... 1-' ,,, *.r n ..t T,. 'A "D...'xA" rad it. L ust have been" trying
Old F emnl ro., nof t .. ,,,t y, ,'r,.ta .,- t.- st-'-k w th fn-oing, yet conscious of
Fra tlon'l t rr.r,,Ly ,,1' 17 r
bly m .no .. ........ .. a certain hollowness in the s )ondof her
Uniteed State-s ,.i -r '" r c-i nt of the utern- own voic. It seemed as if her heart
Current. ailti in, ll -. .t I r...... .............. at wero so completAy filled with its own
oos td a Jl.1 ,,n.i n t,-tamry-o a bcaviunt, as to have no real emotion
AoV- tanc ,]h ft .... C..y .r cleft for others' sorrows.
do, ... ... ......... L., 77 "Itissea'. Whenever escape it,' Mrs.
Go ^ ^s^ <* 0all-t n1wc2r on absently, "for it isthe
;a V.LAI001 on0e point on ,-hi,:h poor father's mind
gop is not. quite right. Paul was his only
Son, and theie were circumstances which
e, pt made it very sad, his dying so. Father
backs), wi y."...... S.f 3.71,:! ,4. never recovered from the shock. He in-
sin 'lfearuted26,14. 166M0 3, 9l Ssi9stas that. Pmul is not dead; that some
Su1t `rus ........ 21,01.8610 14 day ho will come back. He has his
Iposti in ir.......... ......... 15,5.582 90 room always ready for him. He men-
N d. .x .... $s,801,257 g tionns him always at family prayers. He
.n. is continually referring to him in con-
Pop section with the property after he, fa-
LA lt oe. n their, shall toe o uoe. He has never even
of a f had a monument placed over the grave,
pr1 .... 4. .0 although ho brought the body home."
% ......... 7,51 "He was dead, then, really?" Edith
F .. 453, -. X 8O,7 l, OU altered, drawing a long breath, her
Fored loien :n, fr v.' w hih thoughts reverting to that other Paul
tunn..,t 4 r 9..... a.M.,P.eaQ00 for whom an empty home place like
a fo r whi,.'h- lti5,c75,7 oS this might somewhere be waiting.
--. ... ............I. ........ 49,7o,40 00 I"Oh, yes. There was no smallest
N.-4. for et loan unpal 1hnn purha ud cost a traction under $1 per ounee and doubt about that. Poor dear bo I It is
A little over vi A,-r such a oomlfort to me that Paul is like
is now worth ECAPITULATION. him. I was so fond of him.
ai t"r.: Yes," Edith listlessly assented.
War debt and tfnl n r............M 901,25721rWhy could it hurt her so merely to
sit.er. t forw ic "r wh thr-I think of him, this other Paul who was
Demanl det 4,0,0 ...................4, o alive? But he, too, was dead, dead to his
I. no ,, l '0 half duco n
iet al ed (N int $1,414,011,717 21 people, dead to herl Why should she
time and i .bnt ha ........... think of him? What good could it do?
Within a f'r-etion of iion of law the ,re- leo was dead-dead---dead! She sprang
Ut -ailar M e ts w as cas h ets-- y up restlessly, beginning to pace the
tary of lhbetr O iver ar-s ............ ... ...,...... . 16..... 16. r;2.-. .foor.
- 8eilbsdiary hilv-r cl8n... ....................... Mrs. Hallet caught hold of her gown
Suver bution a ituorty ..ar. .-- 612,888,Ta0 47 as she passed. "What is it, dear? I
ee t ,rtry I Nubliged go reort ,
Neot debt a the creta esh .................... ,, t have been selflshly prattling of my tron-
it tay eouuaing T 2OON bi bles. It is your turn now. Tell me and
.r2n i f m the EDWARD ATKINSON. l me help
i F-.-1T.Jul% "Why should you imagine that there
-1 a any.TfcS1.5- L'J it llr igiiT demanded,
In connectiou witk Grasihopper. Wor"e half doflantly. Yet, her mood changing
In ,Metutu wir.i-,o ANnon in an instant, she sank to a hassock at
minutlar. rAtnou pi,'naas., Nebraska and her friend's feet. "But of course there
nog plan for't lto pil. ve in past years is-why should I deny it?-though I am
Y andcetteter~ma plague of grass- afraid it may seem to you suoh a trifling
1 he forced loat und e d In millions master that you will but laugh at me.
sherman acts excer 1devo'rtnghay, grain "Try me and see," answered her
dedOcting the silver Whemv the greedy friend, troing The flused oheek os.
S tron as spwhie and btinsects came y brought desolation, Mesingly.
gether with the paid and many flourishing settlements were "It is only that somebody asked me
SthiA debt has been ow completely ruined by the posts. With in- to marry him, and I didn't know what
d 400, against which t 3- c, oaerd cltivation the swarms grAual- to say, Edith confessed, with a hyster-
silver to the nomina maan 'l diminished ad of late have doe it o W burst of laughter. "But you have
nte.4. The i remntd emadtleharm helped me, dear; your wods have been
Notes f presented fundedI But another and worse foe to the asapples of gold. "
s of $1 15,978, 7o& e, farmer it abroad in the land. Especially "But what did I sayr' looking pus-
by issue of *90, price in the south, west and northwest. there sled.
h United Stater i' h ba spring up a plague of silverhoppera "You said if I were tempted to try
Sof, 12 L o 1 ithat threatens the destruction of our n,- the experiment-don'tl" She laughed
perUeU--ont.'.Je l ged

regarding that paper upon her lap, while
all the bloom as suddenly faded from
her face as if the hand of death had
fallen upon her. She was staring dizzily
at a column whose flaring head lines
her rigid fingers seemed to be pointing
out, as though moved by the fates to
compel her attention:
"Discovery of an Organized Band of
Horse Thieves In Wyoming. Startling
Developments. Arrest. of the Ringleader
of the Gang, Paul Brown, a Man Hith.
arto Held In ffigh T:>r-.in Among the
Catt.oe Mn. F.ors Tbht H, Mtay Be
;.' .., L .: 7 .

"Why should there be?" Wb -f it"
yo think it?" angrily drawing
from the embrace, but on the Inub ~
her bravado had failed her, and wIt 0A
pitiful, inarticulate cry she b tted b
bnruinnLQfn rBarb ,
'" M' ovugiv-uuidArHung.Sdma r'. ".
munuuredi the olde-r woman, triumni.
and toadorne.ss mingled in her ecu
smile as she bent to kiss a bit of 4 --
white neck revealed below thedisordea
knot of hnir. "Somne day you mmattt B
me all about it."

The tall clock in the corner of 9bW
hall, in five slow, clanging stroke, was
ringing a knell for another dead hoxt
as Edith Ellery, dressed for a drive
came gingerly tripping down that great
oak staircase whose exquisite polish wa
of a sort to almost audibly cry a war- *
ing to unwary feet. Never could th*
girl have looked more lovely than o,
as she settled herself in a corner of the
high backed seat in the shadow of th"
stairway, her cheeks flushed as thougM
they burned to rival the smiling red
lipped mouth, her brown eyes
with a sort of scintillant glow, like bMU
of polished gold stone. It was in nat-
ural reaction from the gloom which hab
lately so heavily oppressed her that
now, for the moment, she was almost*
riotously happy. She had forgotten to
reproach herself for her weak and vacil-
lating attitude toward Marshall Wood-
bury. She did not care to think what
the future might hold in store. She only
exulted in the thought that within the
hour, when once her fateful message
was flashing over the wires, she oould
feel that she had finally severed the last
knot of that foolish tangle into which
she had blundered,. She could bare
shouted for gladness in the mad sense
of freedom that was hers once more.
She idly picked up a newspaper, but
she was too excited to read. The strik-
ing of the clock had suggested- a new
idea, reminding her of the difference lo
time between Denver and Boston. Mar--
shall Woodbury by this time must have
left his office for the day, and her me&-
sage, if dir-omted there, could not reach
him before the next morning. In her
impatience. to have the.matter setlr*
beyond question she debated if it would
not be better to have it follow him to
his house, and yet, hesitating, with a
whimsical smile-it seemed that .eA
could scarcely take any question serious
ly Just now-she reminded herself that
he might perhaps prefer not to have bhi
good night's sleep haunted by saob
words, fidgeting uneasily as she s*
herself confronted again with the vei.e
question of just how much this aaU'
really cared for her. In truth, it had
been a certain jealous distrust of te:
Yeal depths of hisa love Which bhad hel
her back in the first instance, when she
had been most disposed In bhs favo, a
haunting conviction that there had been
more of cool reason than of passion to
his choice, and there was a touch of saw
casm in her smile now as, with a sbhrg
she decided that the- telegram should
follow him to his pillow if perchance
it might go through directly. There was
satisfaction of a sort in her belief that
she was not, after all, to hurt him ov r;
much, but her woman's heart was still
capable of a touch of unreasoning sore-
ness that, since he had presumed to call
himself her lover, he had-iot loved he&
a little more.
It was this slight, unacknowledged
pique perhaps which lent a flavor of -al
most vengeful zest to the feeling with
which she repeated over to herself the
words she planned to send him, check-
ing off the number carefully with her
small gloved fingers, for, like most
women of little acquaintance with that
time and labor saving device of modern
communication, she was impressed with
a vague conviction that to send more
than ten words by telegraph was some-
how forbidden by law, while to send
less would have been an impossible af-
front to that passion for getting the
worth of her money lunate in every
woman's heart. But to convey heo
meaning clearly in such meager phrase
and in such t-rrns that its sonutimental
purport sho,,Id not be patent to very
callow operator who listened to the
clicking of the words between that point
and Boston seemed a 20rtter deserving
of all serious consideration.
"Cannot see you here. Useless and
painfuL Will write." The words came
within the prescribed limit certainly,
but there was room for one more, re-
garding with a puzzled frown the little
finger of her left hand, sticking stiffly
away from its fellows, as though bound
to call attention to the fact that it had
been left out in the brief scale. And
then, had any one been watching, he
would have seen a strange light flash
into the eyes which had been absently


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NOTE.-It must be remembered that the
wind is not a wholly reliable motive pow-
er and if thr- sailors sometimes find it im-
possible to make schedule time.it mus t be
ol arged to the elements; they do the best
they can.

The Alabama & Florida

Steaamship Coiamy,

The Staunch Steamship

Capt. B. R. Sharit,

Leaves Mobile for Carrahbll1
Maki g Landings each way at
r T ,- LwA h r. D A V

* A j l-J.J .

Good Passenger Accommodatios8.

Parties desiring to reach St. Andrews
i a Carrabelle take C. T. &. G. R. R. at
Tallahafs-ee, connecting with boat at
Carrabelle, Thursday noon arriving at
St. Andrews Friday.
IWThis schedule subject to delay on
account of bad weather.
3H. A. DORR, Gen'l Ag't.

LeaLvr eSt. Andrews Bay every Tuesday,
len:ves Pensacola every Friday,
(weather permitting). Special atten-
tion will be given to receiving and
for wrv'dng freight tor parties living on
East and North Bay, passengers for
points on either arm of the Bay can
depend upon securing prompt trans-
portation at reasonable rates. For
further information apply to
L. M. WARE & Co., Agis

Makes regular trips between Pittsburg on
East, Bay and Pensacola; will make reg-



L AL D r I1 T1.

-Nice bread. pio; and cakes, fresh
every day at E P. MM.,x.n', mrore.-
-COoniIneicial, legal, and ',lain or
printed statiioner :it Ith, Buoy office.
Correspo'ndt let u; ti.,; t6l o
-Mr. J. A. Benoett lhas just conm-
pleted a 1nw and cunnii.,dious Ahiart ex-
tending it.to Iie deep wi .%nL oft the Is'v
in front of his residice. .
-Cocoa shells, a d lcidosii and
wholesome l.cverage, far superior when
properly prepared to either tea or coffee-
three rounds for 'i25 at the ":oneer Drug
Store. Try it.
-Mr. E. P. Maxon is still con-
fined to his house, and while his illness is
not considered of a dangerous type it
mostpersiitently prevents him from at-
tending to his business.
-The deolinquent tax list for all
that portion of Washington county lying
south of six miles north of the base line
will appear in the Boor of Sept 12, and
successively fur four weekF.
-Dr. 0. M. Wisebart, a dentist
of experience from BirmiLgham, Ala., is
located it the Ware Iuilding prepa ed to
do all kinds of dentistry. St. Andrews
Bat people will be nell pleased with his
professional skill.
j-rf. Wilinamnson is suffering

with a large carbunele u of his
lower limli and Mrs. W. is a fflicted with
a kindred ailment upon one foot. They
are both entitled to and have the sympa-
thy of a host of friends.
-Thoe St. Andrews Bay Horticul-
tural and Improvement Association i?
prepaid to clear, improve and plant into
fruit any tract of land which may lie giv-
en them. It will pay all persons to buy
a trac from them and have it improved.
-Mr. Thomas H. Dobb and Misq
Elena A. Forbes were united in marriage
on Sunday, July 21, at Pansv Point, the
residence k of the bride's parents, Frank
W. Hoskins officiating. The friends of
the bride very generallyy remembered her
by valuable okens.
-If you are thinking of buying
property in St. Andi-rns or immediate vi-
cinity, you cannot afford to purchase until
you have conferred with the proprietor of
the Buor. It you ure short of money and
want to buy on your o%%n time for actual
settlement you can lie accommodated.
-For Rent-A Smith Urubder or
Stump Puller. This is said to be the best
machine ever invented for clearing land
of grubs and stumps. The Buoy has one
of these machines direct from the manu-
factory and will rent it to responsible
yarties for a reasonable compensation.

1luar lai.digs at 0romanton and Har- -The St. A.B. Hort. & Imp. Ass'zi
rikon, Parker and at any other point
when requested beforehand to doso. i II hold a special meeting at its head-
Passerngers and freight transported at quarters, Watson Bayou at 12 o'clock m.,
reasoi,.ible rates and satisfaction guar- on Faiday, Aug. 9, for the purpose of con-
anteed. The lvonle'- store at Pitts- serving a
burg is heitdnatrterTe ..r-...rs left sidering and deciding the future policy of
there will receive prompt sni .fulthe association. No other business will
attention N. W. PITTS, Proprietor. be considered. Every member should be
present without fail
Th0 Nettie arrived from Pensacola prese without A. Lye, the Farmdal
F,'rilay, aR sailed' out again Tuesday horticulturist has favored the BLOY with
samples of LeConte pears, Kelsey plums
The steamer Gnlf City arrived audtr .. Mr. Lle
iromi Mobile Saturday afternoon and is showing people that the St. Andrews
eaine uitil Sunday m.n. Bay country can grow as fine fruit as can
eaied mo gbe produced anywheree, and the samples
when she steamed out for Carrabelle, in question fully substantiate that fact.
returning yesterday on her way to.- -No place in Florida or elsewhere
Mobile. presents more or greater attractions to
the homeseeker than does the picturesque
THE STRONG POINT about village of Parker, on East Ba3. Eycry
the cures by Hood's Sarsaparilla is dollar invested there is sure to multiply
that they are permanent. They start from many fold, and the investment can hardly
thesolidfoundation-Pure Blood. be otherwise than a good one. W. H.
Parker will take pleasure in showing any-
S- one around, no matter whether they buy
leling the Poor.or not.
"Thank goodness we've got rain at r.
hwt," said the philanthropic ifa er --The pethiatont advertiser is the
ail maoko milk plentiful sad one who, in the end carries off tlhe cream
ArbA the poor folks watm".'-4 Y. of the trade, and W. H. Shands, the Par.
ewlrd, Iker merchant proposes to keep talking to
Alwav s ia th Markt A. the people through the columns of the
JInka-Why do the millionatfre dress Buoy, and if they are wise (hey will take
W shabbily'? advantage of his invitations and visit his
Winksb-So folks willtake pity on 'em store. where the goods are always first
eek buy ther watered lvclass and are sold at one price to all, and
that the most reasonable one.
A -Week's Weather. -The Nettie took out, Truesday,
The following table shows what the about a dozen of those magnificent Chi-
temperature at St. Andrews has been nose cling peaches for Mr A. J. Gay, to
during the past week, from observations be exhibited, first in Pensacola and after-
taken at the Buvo office each morning wards at. the Atlalnt:t Exposition. This
norn. Noon lot is in size and general appearance a
Thursday ....... Aug trifle below those Mr. Gay had intend-
Friday ...." 2 SO 90 ed for the exhibit; but they will still
Saturday .... .... 3 84 87 hold their own with the finest that will lie
Sunday.......... 4 76 83 on exhibition or the Buoy is greatly mis'
Monday. ........ 5 76 80 taken. The samples sent were among the
i'unsday......... 6 6 78 84
Wednesadv ..... 7 very last of the product of the tree and
consequently admitted of no choice in the
A S E R I E S the matter of selection. M5r. S. C. Prowa
OF of the McDuchess Farm, Watson Bayou,
SE, also sends over a box of apples taken
'Cheap ExcursZion&s from his voung trees, which will compare
very favorably with those grown nny-
Wlnh Sysem wre.
-t SMr. Samuel J. Strickland, a re-
putable and reliable resident of West Bay,
Announces Cheap Excursions as tells the following somewhat remarkable
Boston, MFollows Conclave snake story and vouches for its truth:
Boston, Mass, Tiennial Conclave On Tuesday last, the hth inst., while hoo-
K. of P., Tickets on sale August 23d to
25th, 1895, good to return until Sept. ing in his sweet potato patch he saw two
10th, 1895, at ONE FARE for the round snakes coming towards him, the foremost
trip. to a horned snake, said to be a most poison-
H G.tIayerafo, Tray. Pass. Agt., ous one three and a half feet long was be-
H. G. Haycraft, Tray. Pass. Agt.,
Ocala, Fla. ing followed by a king snake about four
R. T. Patton, Tray. Pass. Agt.' Tampa, and a half feet long, and he decided be-
Fla. fore killing either, to watch their move.
B.W.Wrenn, Pass. Traffic Mr., S ments. The king snake gradually gained
S vajnah, Ga. r
F. M. olly, Div. Pass. Agt., Tampa, on the foremost one until within about
Fla. three and a .half or four feet, when it
made a spring and caught the horned rep-
CAPT, SCHELENGER'S tile by the back of the neck and, after a
Bo a d* 11 short battle the horned fellow was swal-
Oar g' IO S lowed; but the remarkable part of the
N W Cor. Palafox anld Wright story is to come. While Mr. Strickland
Streets, One Block West of was-still watching.the movements of the
UNION DEPOT, victor, a third snake, of .the chicken or
PensacOlaO--F8 a, gopher variety about six feet long cania
stealthily upon the scene a'd with very
little ceremony sprang upon the kirng
Ay P of oa u-,r t t ?.i< a t.r a livvly battl of a ft
F ,.',,,+ +E'"++' +,++..o e-f vuo: ,ot.:)V r twoe ,.,.
af a: d Awl !oVt +Kai'.'4 Cat ;fze rot : ? c >, ,\::^,,v t +:t of ,-i"::, afts r ,v ich ?T'
?S-. y~ f ,"O ?^'^!a : ^ -'... -:--~c c lft

Untold Agonies

Every Limb Ached With Muscu-
lar Rheumatism

A Perfect Cure by Hood's Sarsa-
The cause of rhotunatism Is laotic
acid in the blood, which accumulates
la the joints, and gives the victim auch
dreadful pains and aches. Hood's Sar-
saparilla neutrall.es the acid, purifies
the blood and thus cures rheumatism.
"Five years ago I had my first attach
of lumbao or muscular rheumatism.
I was in bed two
weeks. I hada
good phryuicUDe
but he did not do
me sky good. A
friend recom-
mended HoodJ

I smet for a hot.
dtie. At thattLme
I aohed in every

in my back and
hip. I feltas
though I had a
fever and for aX
a few houm at
AbberiUe,S. C. night 't as Im-
possible to Bleep. I suffered untold agonies.
Oonsetpation was not bhe least of my
troubles. I commenced to take Hood's
SarapartlW a and felt a decided change in
three days. I was able to got out of bed

Hood'ss Cures
and sit at the fire in course of a week.
I can recommend It as tho best remedy for
tudigestloi and dyspepsla I ever tried."
T. B. PALMSa, Abbevllle, 8. 0.
Hood's Pills ao the beat after-dinner
pl.ls, aist digestion, prevent constipation.

-Legal cap, coinniicial note
lolter-head papers aid envelopes, either
printed or plain at the Buor office.
-Up to Monday night the Dij
Cliff party had succeeded in capturing-
eight tarpon, besides having had any
number of hooks broken and thus lusingn
their game- which otherwise would not
Ihave escaped them.

-The Loyal Temperance Legion
aicetr ever'. Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock-
-The Chiristian Endeavor Thar
ray evening meetings rave been convert
inte a Bilile study class, under the ill
.truction and leadership of Prof. Lipes.
The topic for next Sunday at 3:30 p. m.
ia "'Carist the great physician." Mark 2:
1-17. An interesting and profitable dis-
cussion will be held on the underlying
principles embodied in this subject. The
snciety kindly urge all to be present.

Maj. W. H. Milton, and Mrs.
E. J. Blackshear aun children, from
Marranna, came down on a stH
visit at the Day Saturday last.
Win. Williams, who ha eno
.,,ojournin; in the wilds _.--the
Chuectawhatehic for two or three
miniitis, has returned to St.. An-
,hrews, wh rire lie will abiie for the
present. -

lan(llaiy of I F F1
fur Anua, Illinois, in comnA
lier young nepliew LeIV
the Gulf City, yesterday.
Dr. 0. M. Wisehait oa
ham, Ala., nas an arr'iv
Nettie, and will for a shoi t' time offj'r
I is services as dentist to the citizens
Qf St. Alidrews ,Bay.

Te c1 "hianges. Answers to Corresponldlts.
heI,-s last. isaue F. F. F., tlardwick Vt.: The tax
added to it. two most collector advises that your tax iq
vainable stm unely the paid and so inmarked o, his bo"kc;
Jackon Metiopuliat, hence your receipt must have been,
andb ti lost in the mails, but so long as you
The rplaudl- ko.v you fe Iroperly credited on
e, t editorial the collecto~"s book, the pissessiun of
laati )port olf thle zeeeipt is immaterial.
S('hl,'l,. I. 1. B DuB., Dasher, Ga.: Your
,, ictslbest way to come to St. Atdrews tis
,I 1' ,., ail u., Mobile or Pensacola; take
weto _steamer Gulf City or schr. Nottie or
P" J,e~s e P., at Pensacola; or conle by
pre Chi 4ley itd by hack, fifty-two mile
is fo
St. Andrews. Cannot give you
t rates of transportation.
C U. Later, St. Andrews, Fla.:
Whie the Buoy is in hearty sympa-
0d thy with tit~.iateut of your tavor, it
can hardly affqe i publish it.
bei Iiis paper has alwa-claimeA to be
hhonor-toned and to aSil no one per-
honraleonally, either directly, by innuendo
cij'le". or insinuation. Onco or twice it has
SellOGlDistadimitted articleRs which it afterwarId
Th .cElccthn. ,i-tited, al it apprehends that
T he e eetion of e s *R I 0.
very general lintU :t ,., ohti illow the 'publicntiun

o mi.th e tuo n ot % ,,t e i t ia vh ,t .h ll, d be n hi ,,i v,.
1.11.1 h t Came
to ex, resa their ., x-;.i,- h.tx'.t so .i cieity ias lteit 'setvi,
W ic I ':Al ,'lterat u.eIasouablhe huot u ab'h m ,eaki azg
which isgr:,t if'! 'll r,u.,zrt',a.re 'I. ti h e4~eics o ais

Following ll I t t ot ure. ndi tile e"ldenees of la it. of
Fo loir sub s iholdist litn.t rspect!abilit," and caught ill
For sub sechooldi..1
... ... 20
Against .ub ool.. tt .... 14--.tit.. ,~A't ,. peeking in at the i idow
.ar two mil: ta -2 .22 if :t. yg laty at a late hour oh
FoAgatt tevwo..... Q- ,ZihttLC ,,,ouid be shown iti iin lhii
o true te e,dir, an i the fieti laid bei,,,e

It is
at horn

Cha11 nge
causes serit
ute has bec
the country
ilu a

Hloo thartic,
uroai, i :
th .,lin'i ei
factory rec



S ,y
I have received from State Comp- gr
trol:er Bloxlhain advice that all lauds co
on which taxes are delinquent must Be
be hold on the first Monday in Oc-
tobeor Thi.s will necessitate their be- e
ing .aldvtitised three weaoki through
the month oi Selptember and the first
week in Octol.'er the list, will have
to be in the halnds of the priiiter
three o four weeks before the firsb
dato of is.ue; hence it is imonortan
llat all taxes both personal aind real ti
be paid before Angus 1. Tax- ex
payers who are still delinquent will
please give tthis matter prompt
attention and iathlr.rwise govern tlhem-j
slTves aceordinglv. A. Q. ,Joah n.,, i
Tax Ci-l:ector Washington C.

THE BLOOD Is the sour.
health. Take Hood's SarsaparillUi
keep it pure and rich. Be sure to get

Talks to the Kitii-hs Tenmplars.
The adherents of the occult orga-
nization, dominated Knights Temp-
lar. will be graciously permitted to
congregate amidst the classical sur-
rouinditg of the modern Athens,
known to the hai-polloi as Boston,
on the 26th, 27th, 28tCi,-i,-th and
30th of the approaching morth of
August, there to comminingle andol-
laborato in their Twenty-sixth.
inual Conclave, to indulge in 1 .
delphian intercourse and to ti,.%eC
the wonderment and approbation 6
the oopulace by their manownverings
and garish display.
1 am authentically informed that
it is the inten of theo public carrier,
known as the PI..AT SvsTEM. to con-
vey th-se who desire to participate
in this momentous gathering, at te
nmeagre pecuniary stipend of *Co
Fare for the Round Trip. Mr. B.
W Wrenn, a estatimable ctir;-'anion,
residiing at SAivanIunlh. Ga., will taka
pleasuro in inditing instrnuctivege-
plnses to rmiti ves req,.es(ing m ,r'ie

a, .. f '

26 :11. i"M r e'\ wlio have the mnaki'ng
n. 1 niiumtakinig tof otlicers of his cl:,.',
iho hiiould. il the facts as inainuatede
S:irr I,,v, en, rc:t,,vo himt frmin hif
lwhethei 1,ii,itin,: an1 hei cunli have no cause
ire or to -g tgA nta abiut it;" but a itwi>
ih th
i |ir u iri'res ,i>dLeni deihin only i:
Sinsinuations could not contribute to
II 'I,' en '1.
IA)tt, 01 or Stolen.l
HI I- Tlhe Shldde boat. Anyone whi

wa vr fe l
eqp-Cially if

w drow, ao a -

will ht :t -

p, b Iiit -z iI


ing fr thtle
a ticle.- in-
auta exao.iiti,,n
liacol i Angust
ber 11th as at
it notify me on
SA tiles hulonil
Vap'dly as pre-



nd award of
is necesKari-
aber ltlth to
exhibit has
8 that we
of the


down con
cures eve
"A boutt
withe M
SBight p
And fel
I was w
my weil
In fact
A friend
me Dr. Mi1
"New gIn
I fini

.Aug ns
~~tDrg i5
rmI ett

At will

F strengthens
the broken
rvous disease.
'v was efficted
On my legs,
fmr heart,
o-fthemindt ,
"01 memory.
rth care and
I lost appetite
' wearing out,
e and tired,
ld, on earth.



will rutnrn the boat tu one will b
suitably rew-vaded. L. P. TENNEY.

The West Florida Exhibit.
We are ready to receive preserves
catsup, -wine and other articles fo
exhibitioia as rapidly as they are pire
pared. Deliver thoni to the statio

Florida Central and Peninsular
:R. AI r L R 0 A. ID.-

New Florid4 and Northern Air Line and Florida
Time Table in Effect, April 21, 1895,

For Northern Points.-Leave Jacksonville 8:45 a.m., (Sunday only).; 4:10 p.m.
(daily except Sunday); 9 30 a.m., *5 40 pm. 7 00 am. Arrive Jacksonville 10:30 a,
m.. 9 20 p.m., 8:45 a.m.,243 p.m., (daily except Sunday); 6:36 p.m., (Sundays only )
Leave Yulee 9:55 a.m., (Sundays only); 4:55 p.m., (daily except Sunday); 10:30
a.m., :36 p.m., 7:42 a.m. Arrive Yulee 9:40 a.m., 8 30 p.m., 7:50 i. m. 1 40 p m
daily except Sunday); 5 30 p m (Sunday only.)
Arrive Fernandina 10:10 a.m., (Sundays only); 5:25 p.m., (daily except Sun-
day); 11 15 a m, 7 p m (daily except Sunday). Leave 9.05 a.m., 7j15 a.m., 1 p m4
(daily c--cept Sunday); 4:50 (Sundays only.)
Arrive Everett 8:15 p.m. 9:40 a.m., 7 42 a.m..6 40 p.m.
Arrive Savannah 10:06 p.m.,1 1:22 a.m.., Leave 5:55 a.m. 4:44 p.m. 10 14 p m.q
1130am. Arrive 546am., 4 34 p m, 1055a m.
Arrive Fairfax, S. C., 6.15 p.m.,12 17 a.m., 1 24 p.m. Leave 3:50 a m., 2:33
p.m., 8:2-i a.m.
Arrive Auguuta, Ga. 9:30 p.m. 6:30 a.m.Loave 8:40 p.m., 7:15 a.m.
Arrive Denimark, S. C., 7:30 p.m.. 1:04 a.m., 2:10 p.m. Lave 3:5 a.m., 140
p.mn., 7.10 a.im.
Arrive Columbia, S. C., 2 40 a.m. 3:45 p.m. Leave 1:30 a.m., 12 10 a.m.
Arrive Charlotte, N. C.,7 a.m., 8:2011 p.m. Lcave 11:05 p.m. 840a.m.
Arrive Sali'bury, N. C., 647 a.m., 9:37 p mn. Leave 7:30 a.m.
Arrive Creensboro, N. C., 10:15 a.m., 10 -l4. p.m. Leave 7 47 p m. 6.04 a.m.
Arriv Danvill. Va.. 11:04 a.m., 12p.m.. Leave 10 p.m., 4.45 a.m.
.\rriv 't-iclmnond, Va., 2 05 aO in. Lc've 12:35 a.m.
Arrive LyriehhurG, Va.. 1 45 p.m., 1 53 a.m. Leave 2:48 a nm.
Arrive Chthrlotvk.sville. 4 04 p.m., 23-, a.m. Leave 2 27 p m, 1:03 a.m.
Arrive Wa:.iington, 8:30 p.m.. In; -12 a ni. Leave II 15 a.m., 10:05 p.m.
Arrive Baltimore, 11:25 p.m., 8t ,a.ru. Leave 9:42 a.m., 8:37 p.m.
Arrive Phitll.delphia, 2:50 a.m.. 10) 25 p.m. Lea% ce 7:20 a.m., 5:55 p.m.
Arrive New York, 6:20l a.m., 2:53 p.m. Leave 12:1 fa.m., 3:20 p.m.
Trains 35 and :3i solid Between Jacksonville and Charlotte.
atn sleuperv to Tamp-eksonvil and New York on Nos. 37 and 38.

Through Sleepers Bettween Jacksoniville and New York.
CINCINNATI-JA('KSONVILLE. Chicago, Toledo, Detroit, Cleveland, Loulai
villo, Nashville, Indianapolis.
LeavN Jackst invlle 7 a.m., 5 40p.m. Arrive 10 30 a.m., 9 20 p.m.
Arrive Everett 815p m. Leave 7:42 6 40 ll
Macon 4 50 1:27 a.m. 2:30 1130am-
Atlanta 830 492 1145pm 8 "
f Chattanooga912 a.m 640 8:45"
Cincinnati 7:20 p.m 830a.m 8 p.m.
Day coach No. 38 through to Atlanta. Nos. 35 and 36 solid vestibule to and
from Cincinnati-Jacksonville. Sleepers to and from Jacksonville.
: HOLLY SPRINGS ROUTE. To St. Louis, Chicago, Sioux City.
5 41 p.m Lv Jacksonville, Ar. 10 30 a.m. 6 a m, 11:45 p.m. Leave Atlanta.
1. :()0 n'n, 2:55 p.m,.Lv Birmingham. 7:50 p.m, 7:20 a.m. Holly Springsi
7:30 a.m, 730 " St. Louis. 1:55 1:35 p.m. Chicago.
7:30 p.im 7:30 a.m." Dubuque. 7:00 a.m. 8:00 Sioux City.
s Through Pullman sleeptcr. St. Louis and Jacksonville. Sleepers through Ch-
e c o or Sioux City and Jacksonville with but one change.
TKANSAS CITY LINE. Through sleeper Jacksonville to Holly Spr:ngs; Holly
- Springs to Kansas City (one change only.)
Minsouri, Arkansas, Indian Territory.
4 40 p.m Lv Jacksonville Ar 10 302 a.m 10:00 p.m Ar Memphis Lv 5:20 a.ul
o 8 15 Ar Everett Lv 7 42 9:15 a.m Springfield,Mo" 6:10 p.f
12:00 n'n Birmingham 2:55 p.m 5:00 p.m Kansas City "10:30 a.Ai
905 am Lv Fernaudiua Ar 5 25 pin
10 09 am Callahan 355 pm
0 935 pm 950 am Jacksonville 630 am 400.pm
10 40pm 10 42 am Ar Baldwin Lv 5 30 am 315 pm
e 1203 pm 1159am Starke 405am 202 pm
1238pm 1230pm Waldo 329am 135pm
7 00 am 1 56pm Gainesville "1202 pm 11 52 am
600 pm '* Cedar Key 740 am
1 l"4pm 126 pm Hawthorne 2 45 am 12 44 pm
202 am 156pm Citra 202 am 1216pm
234 pm Silver Springs 1134 at
)r g1"%Every tourist should visit Silver Springs.
300am 248pm Ocala 105am 11 19 am
--moAss 'u AA -


agent, and be careful to have your
name upon every package. Wlhent
they reach Pensacola they will be
numbered, so that thle judges will
not know to waimt tlthy belong.
Corn stalks should b)e pulled up b.
the roots, anid bundled trgetiher, and
if posb.ble covered with sackitur.

They .-hiuli lie pulled tup about their
time the corn is hardening, and
should all coniv together. corn stalks
and fodder. V. 1). CIUPI.Ey.
West Florida papers will lease
copy two or three tituner.

T*e Quarrel and teconclliatlon of the
)ramatitst Mid Actrees.
Speaking of Snrdou and Bernhardt,
the following story concerning the great
French nctrres and the equally renowned
playwright is vuoucbed for by the oorre-
o d-en t. of Thln '11 two ho }vo achilevtl the great-
cat triumph' inu "iamnonda," Vio-
orita furbrdon and Mnio. amrnh Bern-
hardt, wero at swords' poI)nti lu the be-
ginning. TtilrdI.-sliko dated from "Dan-
Iel Rooiot," which Sirdou gave to the
Comedio Frat.usoe after his nomination
to tbho rench acadomy. airah Bern-
hbrdt expecxe-l thnt Sardon would select
her to create the roul ot heroine iu the
--play, bn6 1K, cii' y) Mile. iBertct instead;
hence t!Co nie.r of MIno. Bernhardt.
When tho netri-s and the author met,
the fornu r ra.-ced on thie otihr aide; the
hitter pulled lis hat down over his
eves. Eiwh murniure.d someoaing not at
Small coLupiihi,.ntary to thi o th r.
ST(hen Funi Bernuharnt lt the Come-
dide Fraucnim', v,-nt to Amir.zea, whbre
wo ninadi h,.r i:-.st trin"iplh.l tour, nud


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7 20 am 4 47 pin
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5 30 pm
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t9 16 pm
t9 30 pm
tlO 30 pm
6 05am 508pm
7 28 am 6 11 pm
9 f0--,w- 7 10 pm

Winter Park
Tarpon Springs
St. Petersburg
Dade City
Plant City



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1140 pm 10 18 an,
10.15 pm 938am
915pm 910am
4 50 pm 7 45 am
830 amn
948 pm 9 10am
t7 00 am
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812pm 748am
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.ou.i fuior A bl,...vl uiy trv. n Io, :; ;, ,_.:ivli. ,:i, p. i M .
9 50 am Lv Jackcsonviile Ar 8 00 ami 3 00 pm
11 55 am Ar Lake City Lv 5 555 am 1248 pm
1240 pm Live Oak 5 09 am 11 45 pnm
1 34 pm Madison 4 10 am 10 32 am
252 pm Montnicello 2 40 am 9 00 arid
3 37 pm Tailahasice 215am 8 15 aid
4 32 pm Quincy 1 17 am
515pm River Junction. "12 35am
11 00 pm Pen'lsohol a 725pm
3 05 am Mobile 35 pm
7 35 am New Orleans 11 00 am
h Pullman sleepers Jacksonville lo New Orleans.
xcept Sunday. $Connections at Tampafor St. Petersburg, Manated,
Key West and Havana steamers. At' Waldo. steamer for Melrose',
at Tallahassee for St.. Marks, Carrabelldand Apalachicola. Connects,
function for Chattahooche River stoamers.:. Connects at Ocala for Hoe-
All baggage will be checked from Union Depot. ,. Tickets
be sold at the city *ticket office, 202 HogarN st., as well as at the Union
:et office. -.S. BEERBOWER.
ticket Agent 202 West Bay street, corner Hogan, Jacksonville, Fla.
NNTNGTON, Traffic Mgr. A.. 0. MAC UDONELL,Gen. Pass. Ag.'

si End Uru Store!


Fresh and of Guaranteed Purity.

Offers His Professional Services to the Citizens of St, -Andrews and
SioRrm oin Cun tman e

ud to) i',-'.n,e. Upon htr arrival uutuu"i
hi sheo rifr-td into uegotiatious May be f-und at his residence on Bu,
with I ,I l-Alando, manager of
thin Vin 4[1-.. i-ho ml k.l nothing bit-
tar than to r'there. But what should STOLE HIS NEIGHBOR'S TROUT.
Bh l'li? .r.;;' nd uot wish to rettun to
cl:sa.ncai "~-N. wantio an entirely Malodorous Devce of One Angler
n",w play, \Whit should bring out all for Stealing Fish from Another.
hbr<, J..11ies&. Out on Long INlaud there is a
"There is only 'onu man who enn ...-,... .*-- .- - -.-. ". .. .."a. .
writ. th, pr,,.-- y. u.,, nV;a 0t and number of its 11f-h, says the New
In:,de. T'iut uiiun, tis Fardou." York World. Year af:.er year great
'Snr cal,-,-.'lthe ctress. "9n4i a ibroad-backed, red-spotic-d fellows
to n artI. o or, irritable, bittl, have been taken from it. pools, and
a man Who runs up against everybody, any man who gained permission to
who"-_ cast a fly anywhere on its dimpled
"V y well," replied Deslande, "let reaches was sure of a day's good
us a no more about it." He went to sport. But at the beginning of this
ardon and told him that he must season the angler with the rprivilege3
a'play for Barah Berhardt- at. the lower end of the 9tr,--aiUl
larahl" exclaimed the writer. cau.bht few fish and small. Every
"Sarah! Such a dispositioul Crabbed,
disagreeable, quarreling with every- knowu fly and bait of all kinds were
body, who"- tried, but still fish were scarce.
"Verywell, verywell, it is quite n- From the headwaters of the brook,
darstd". however, came reports of great
And three mouths after Sardon road catches of large fish. The raan at
'klora" to Sarah, who. radiant, threw the lower end of the stream couldn't
If cn the author's neck in the preos- understand it until last week he
-ee of Deslande. went prospecting. Far up the brook
"Ah! Deslande," said Sardou, "what and on the brink of a deep pool he
did I-toll you? How gentle she ist How
sweet How adorable" ran afoul of an awe-inspiring odor.
"And he!" rejoined Bernhardt. After snifling about a bit he dis-
"How amiable he is! How he appre- covered that. It. emanated from a
oiates real talent, and how obligingly cornucopia of oilcloth hanging from
Embrace me, Raymond!" a twi. that overcast the pool. About
.. ... -. tLhi. ,vileloath b..d a myriad of flies,
A Sireak of Luck. r a on beneath the
'.,. )rtly *'-ias-OL, Bridget ,'., A'.:h.-. tr)ut broke the still
you ha v' ,rNhc- r I:,t, 1.1:gaIfloout Japa- 'atr ,f the ,:',,k with %splash.
"tit lu c ,-ri,-. t of th e a n .r x as
that L,.T' w : ,; .:.: t" 1 tti --Tarti- t r",l%-F ,~n '.i_ -i sen,e of smil and
an .It',, L "-' ;,rj!. .T fw ,'mfl' i the e'orn-

o yUUII.l t *
enna Vista avenue at night.

iuopid contained the heart and llver
or a neer creature, dean many says.
It was alive with fat grubs and aa
they dropped one after another into
the pool the troutrose anurAew it-"
nawrfl. When the angler saw this he
knew why there were no trout in the
lower end of the stream. He pros-
pected further and up the stream
found a dozen similar devices.
When he had located all of them
he tied a handkerchief over his noso
and, stringing all the cornucopias
on a stick, carried them below,
where he set them up over his own
waters. In two days all the trout
in the stream were feeding around
the pendant hearts and livers, and
when the man at the upper end of
the brook turned up for a day's fish-
ing be found that his fish had
vamoosed. He found, also, that the
other had carted away the bait and
now the two don't speak-as they
pass by.
A Commercial Triritbtlon.
"Can anybody in the crowd change ,
hundred-dollar bill?"
"I can."
"Very well. Give me the change and
I'll go out and see if I can borrow a
hundred-ldoUar bill."-Life.
Pater-What do you mean by letting
that young, hurnd kiss you?
n.-- i couiidn't help it, father.
lr,',-r-Culdu't help it? I'd like to
ji hlim ki.ss me if I ,idu't want him to


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Thursday, Aug. 8, 1895.

lugar, P I1) Ten, ~ b
Granulated ... % He No....... 75
Cof'ee,A ..... 6 Gunzpot dur.
Lt brown..... 5 Uncol'd Jap.. 50
coffee, Cond milk, j canI
Green. 2').g-t.5 Unsirten't. lmu.1l
13rownel .2'wiaq30 Sweiti..ii..-d .10(i .. 15
-ilger snaps.. 10 Bakiig poqj. itr
Jracker-ie, r,.la '1 Ruv:l...... ..50
'obaccu, pluig 30a;i) Canipbcll. ..15ia25
aiesis Cannei l fruit
L iid ii la.i', .-..15 P i-aches ... 20a20.

.- Tuinat.:es.. I. 11. 5
Apples......... 10)
Pears ........ 15
P'lunms......... 2.5
Apricot . ... 25
Stir. lriberries... 211
l'iit.apple. . "20
Canau.A1 Meats
Rtu.at Beef.. 15a95
Corned Beef 15J25
Ch'pped Beef.. 25

Valenci .. 1".
ic e . . . . .
EvapIor.ateI i 3i,
Dried Pu!chii.i 8
o.LIl Oil prl l ...15
;its lir, p ..... "2(!
lorid' ,'tup 50t
,n r v ... ... I 1.1
triniegar ........ .
J'iee.L pr ll... I 1

......... salmon... .. .15
13 means ........... i Cained Vegetablei
.Cocoanut pkg... 10 L.aked Beans. 15
Fiuit Puddine. 10 Corn .... . 15
Jelly, glass . 15a25 Pe a. . .... 15
Lime Juice ..... 504 Pumpkin ...... 1.5
Eggs per doz... 15
Flour Pork
S 0 NY .... 2,00 Mess pr b%..... 11
Favorite.... 4.50 Bacon Sides ..... 11
Jorn Mea prbu 85 Fresh....... 8a10
Pat Meal pr 1i... 5Y Br'kf'st Bacon.. 12
.,ornper bu ........75 Ham canvassed 14
Potatoes Shoulders..... 10
Irish ...... 1.6') Beef
Early R'se seed 1.60 Corned ......... 8
Sweet........ 50 Fresh.. ...... 8alO
Salt, pr sack... 1.00 Dried......... 25
Table ........ 5 Milk pr qt...... 10
Nails, per tl...4a4 Ax,with handle. 1.00
Manilla ropel2 2al5 Hoes, each....35a50
Stoves cook,: .$8a25 Copper paint, can 50
Pipe, joint.18a20 Linseed oil, gal.. 80
Prints, per yd.. 5a8 Ginghams ..... 8al0
Sheetings .... 5a9 Flannel.......25a50
Muslin....... 9all Thread per spool. 5
Jeans ...... 25a200 Shoes, ladies. la2 75
Extrapants pat 225 Men's... $1 40,a300
Hay pr wt .... 1.3I Oats pr bu ....... 60
BIran.......... 1.25 Brick pr M ......8.00
Rope Sisal ...10@12 Lime pr bbl...... 75
Oranges pr doz.. 20 Pecans pr lb..... 15
Apples......... 25 Walnuts. ........ 20
Lemons .......... 25 Almonds........20
Strawberries, (qt '25
tn shell prl,000 1.50 Opened pr qt .. 15c
Morses... $80al00 Cows....... $15a$25
Mules... $10,a$155 Hogs ... .. $3to$4
'xen.. pr yoke $.50 Sheep........... $2
Chickenseach 15a25 Geese each. 45a50
'arkeys.... 75al] .00 Ducks....... 15a20
Venison pr lb 7al0 Turkeys...... 75al.00
Presh Snit
tMullet pr doz. '25ec Mullet, pr bb1 5.00
Troiut .......... 25 Trout ........ 4.50
Pomp.uio pr lb... 6 Pompano. .... 10.00
Stureon ...... O Mackeral .. .. 8.00
Flooring, Ceiling.
lIuart, m...$16.00 Heart, V mn. ..$1(; .00
Face ... 14.00 Face ... 14.00
Sap ... 12,00 Sap ... 12.00
Drop siding, Clapboards,
Heart face ijpm 15.00 1.x6 in. ^fm.. .$12.000
Sap 12.00 Finishing lum-
Buff lumber.. 8@(12 her, d.. $1"2@15.00
Heart shingles, 2.50 Lath, Im.... 2.00
Sap 1.50 Boat lumber,
dressed ....20a30

Geo. S. Hacker & Sonr,



Sash, Boors, Blinds,

Building Material.
Window and Fancy Glass a

For YOUNG LADIES, Roanoke Va.
Opens Sept. 12. 1895., One of' the leading
Schools for Young Ladies in the South.
Magnificent building, all modern improve-
ments. Campus ten acres. Grand mnoun-
tain scenery in Valley ot Va., famed for
health. European and American ,each-
ers. Full course. Superior adanrtages
in Art and Music. Students from twenty
States. For caallogites address the Pres-
idlent, W. .\. HARRIS, Roanoke, Va.

Our Giubbi lg List.
The BUOY has ,nande very lii;tci1 chili-
hing airrang,.;' ,-at with a tew ofthe very
best p, hli. j,: i.,,. in the country alad fri-
thie pres.'nt can send for a whole yvear
Trhe BUOY md
'1 be Florida OtiZen, weekly, for. .$1 ;5
Farmer and Fruit Grower" .. 2 53
Florida Xgriculturist 2 55
do club or 5, each 2 25
Farm Journal, Philad'a, monthly 1 10
Cincinnati Euq.iuire. twice we-k
8 l.a r.' ;~- ig'' each issuc. .. .. (1 :

AtlIantI a Conitzlit utioil~ 14

Fora' iii or citlair of Ow
dress all ordcrsz to T 1i 1, CV

Correspondence of the Blrov.
We aie having lovely v'"ather.
Fodder pulling it all thle go.
Pears are selling at fifty cents per
Mullet are getting fatter and
Mr. Ldayitt is out in the lake
country preaching this week.
Van Strange has plenty of sweet
potatoes, to eat an.i some to sell.
Mr. Shands, of Parker is up here
and say, he is bour.d to put iup a
,,toei nonc where in this vecinity.
Well we had our regular aitonthly
hall fly last Thlurdilay, the Int, and
I tell you it was an enjoyable afair;
there was quite a crowd, and after we
haI friedI ald aile all the fish every
boly wanteil. Sulue of thle palty
played croquet, while others rambled
lt.rough thie paik. The sports lasted
uwtil 4 u clock p. in; then the crowd
proceded to Mr. Giuderian's asnd
'lanced until nearly daylight. I
SiipIhe somni 'people wonder how we
can .jt'al ,L Ia nn p Ja ** -w -w

I -qoqw A U -

begin to get interested in others. It
was when Peter and Andrew went up
into the temple to pray that they saw
the lame man at the gate.- RVy.
tienryv M-Kontgomery.
Not "God mado s." bnt '"God i

'18'"g u., aml lie has not got "Is
WIV T every P,'a o il m"u) a ;; n.;.in-D F .ut (at s
halbits to ti.R-ar:.~ : uy~. >--)P- t v C -I PC I tt
- t . ~- -. ,. -. ... T


not by cannon anid battleisip[s, caRI
yvou fortify such fta ipuiblic as ihi-.

Only ns you .Streiig'lenthe flo trcICs ,uf
good can 'you fortify this republiic-
M IcLurin.i
Christian Enlceavor s.tandls for that
In)lt of tli church tlat has a u1,ll
head of steam on-Rev. A. S. Shelly.
"Will we ever draw the color
line." crieti Dr. Hoyt; "never, never.
lever!" and how that vast crowd ap-
'hho first slumn nin g exloditi,'.n, it
is said, is chronicle-l in Geu., IS; 1,
-r=W -thhe ariguIts of heaven wele
willing t) go down into the luvwest
places of earth to save the lost,
shall we hesitate to do likewi.e'?-
Dr. chapman .
Dr Henlry C. McCook, swi-d. "('.
E, would moMn to ,man-a'-Citie'"
tui:ancipaltel, Con try evangcelzedl,
and so Christ enthroned."
All cruowdo,: Malchianic's Hall;
Tent Endleavor; Tent \Villiiton; and
4n overflow meeting started.
Religion in politics, not rul;-giui
and polities. Religious is ever where.
Not only a home in he,a ven when we
are dead, but also a heaven in home
when we are alive.-Rev. A. P'hillip.,.
Now we are Chrisi.in Endieav,.r
republicans, Ohritian Endean'.r
democrats, Chlriistiin Endeavor puiji-
ulists, Cliri,,tian Endeaver prohib;-
tionists. Tlih party is the tai',
Christian Eiideavor is thle head, anI
the tail doe. nut way the heoad. If
our party does not harmenize with
Christian Endoavo',r, w bLid fai,"
well to it-Thos. JonesH.
At Wa.shington in '93; 'Faisco, '97.
A goldcu gathering at the Golden

r.st aln
anut. s:.L
ing to 'cB
iu aAo-,,rdanoo With.
I therefore cou.sot-
ly 'hen a new ofts..r p' t
tl there are ruany o quar.
t ers, so as to make roo i Whon
a .w major arrives, f noe, ho
sol, ts the quarters that best,
It tt;,rs not who occu -i,, pro-
videA th.e occupant is im in
rank. Ho can turn n low-r
on thhd fit Wiru blttctnaxt
and each of.theseo whidi d tis5d can
choose for himself what 'rters suit
him beet. if occupied by. eorior in
rank. One mrove, therefp, ay make
a dozen others. The woman of the ar-
my, it is said, are greater icklers for
their rights than the moin t the men
themselves, while press all the
forms of highest court metimes
push the utbority to stlH' t.
Fn the we at a
infantry we
mission was
the captai
two caftatl
In their offi
were observe,
all that they co
other. One day
dered th, junio
the forest
for t. _heI
woaull bare
corporaL The
recourse and
as ho got out
which came
tervals of a wN
the cavalryman stop
of tbese brought hi n
as major. Be at once er
taking command of th
another order assigning -
ping duty to the late
Chicago Times.

month at our fish fries. It isa
questiuon eaiy answered, when yon
take in consideration the fact, thal
we can work 365 days in a year, ii
this country, that we need amn
must have some recreation, for al
work and no play, makes Jack a i.ai1
boy." BoxER.
Correspondence of the Buor.
Mr. Shatds was up last week, try-
ing to locate his branch store site.
There were other parties up from
Watson Bayou looking up locations.
Come again gentlemen; there is
plenty of room. Mr. Davis will give
away building lots provided they are
built upon.
We have church each month ui,
Thursday after the 4th Suniiay.
There are several religious people
that never go to church because they
have not time to go on week days.
We need a few more families to keep
up a good Sunday school.
Da-is is going to erect a grist mill
to, grind corn for the public.
J. B. Sabetes sailed for Apalach-
icola Sunday morning, he expects to
be gone a week or ten days.
'lie watermelon crop is about
Miss Frances Davis is making
some nice palmetto hats to send to
the Atlanta Exposition.
Fishing season will soon be here,
andl Davis has a seine and boat to
sell an lie is going to move.
Mr. Enzor has a good watch dog
to give to sohie one that needs a dog.
If anybody should want brick. call
,n the brick maker, \V II. Hatel-
lon, Wctarpo, p. o.
I hear that Thomas Murra:. is
coming back to Baxter this fall, after
an absence of two years. Tom
thinks East Bay is the best place
after all. The b:ty is heathy and we
want people to know it. BILL NIE.

A Good Appetite and rereshing sleep,
at this season indicate a condition of
boe.ily health. These are given by
Hood's Sarsaparilla. It makes pure
blood and good health follows.

Hoods Pills for the liver and bowels, act
easily yet promptly and effectively.
Boston C. E. Echoes From the
Golden Rule.
Compiled for the Buoy, by J. C. Lipes.
Crowds, crowds! crowds!!. An
ol 1 gentleman eighty years old came
all the way from Ohio to see the
fourteenth International Christain
Endeavor convention.
The Golden Rule officers within
and without, are ablaze with bunting
banners, and electric lights, and the
Constant throngs pres ing in and out,
testify that the big "Welcome" onl
the front of the building is taken to

Thetile establish-
ments were viewing with one another
in ingenious arrangements and lavish
use of the red and white. Fifty-six
thousand, four hundred and thirty -
five delegates. Every rice of man-
kind was seen on the platform.
Florida's royal purple and argaue
gold badges, with the genuine tar-
pon scale on each, were among the
prettiest at the convention..
If there was a newspaper building
in the city that was not royally clad
in red and white, we failed to see it.
Note books by tue thousand at
ev ,ry meeting. What a wilderness
of ideas!
T['he moment we begin to pray, we

They know how to treat WIN rBeatel'S
in Gorrnnuay. Tho brutal hushmim4 has to
-,~*)rk n -k.o~h h~viI, turn tvein
,,-I tit 1,11. ..a~1~4'i' a..!d sUn av.
Al.eut Ix' .1 J t!, a J- fil
takes all t. ~ a~~u f. .~~

a bravo" ~

l.eta;lty in favor of the Christian Don't Toacbco.b
Ea:deavor movement," was the Your Lif
Th,. truthful. tartl.
te t-iniolivy of a iU:ni a ',aCies lUie ;iL'e itjiout No-o-.t-lot, a
The "whatsover" of the pledge guaranteed i, co-
arnit Lu quil i -,c
hal, broadened us out to include.every Braces up nic.i
good work.-A Texas delegate. nicotine poiwonsi
strength, weight
"The only good Indian is a dead cure or money reit
'd an." That is true; but how? I Drur Store.
Book at druggi
am a dead Indian, because the fire ol diess The "t
the gospel of our Lord Jesans Chr'. -
lhas killed the Indian l1 a w
me-Delos K. Lonecwolf.
Not by ecnilt defences an, fort

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I Poor


means so much more than
you imagine-serious and
-fatal diseases eF-Ilt from
Striking ailments neglected.
O l" play with Nature's
es gift-health.
If you are feeding
out oi sorts, weakf
and generally ex-
Shausted, nervous,
have no appetite
lu f asd can't work,

te tes re---br)net
S begin at oncetake.
Ir t iug the most relia.
l hie strengthening
Neurala, edTroubl ewhichs, s
Coupon Brown's Iron Bitod
latrs. A few ho:.
SMalaria Nervous ailments

Women's comes rin thes.
Get l theenuine--iteaant to take.red
i It Cures u
ID'spepsia, Kidney and Liver
j Neuralgia, Troubles,
Costipaton, Bad Bloodk-free.
N CHEMaria L Nervous ailments
Women's oplants.TER
Get only the genuine-it has crossed ted J
i oa the (rapper. All others aresub-
is:ul- On receipt of two re.. stamps w
swel d seitt of Ten Beautiful World's,
Fhit Vie. ws and book-Ire,.

St. FOAlt BALE A' .
Pioneer Bru^ Store.

gr flegs Laiiiry

irts Made to Order.
Rins, Etc., Repaired,


St. Andrm Bay, Fla.


Bojdlurant, Proprietor.
otel, especially fitted up
ich in town.
plain view of the Bay
Mo. de rn ta e.

- 8(U every atteqT;TL" PaaI o con=5ort
f g uests.


" -you-r dealer for them -
Ferr 's Seed Annual for
Invoauableto all p'antersand
of Flue Vegetables and Bia
k Flowers. Write for Itl-Fr
S. M. FEItRaY oO.,
SDetrlot, MIh.

ur li"e of School Furniture and 4
I .A'1 '1' il ec-,ot iearl' comn-
I w M r of-red by a, single firm.
/,e c4 fAurnmsh and equip a school
lbro4ugb ut better and more choap-
ly ffl,,rom 0l8.
Write for particulars.
We want an ex er:nced agent in a vry
county. G'.J perlr.g for a good man.
SWrhe for ter'n and mention this medium. W
65 Fifth Avenue
, ,A I,. A. A. A.. .w t A .r Jf


Of to otv f St. Anadrws,
to ith gruat care by the
o has ,,parcd no pains
thept,,;lic a map of
as it really is. It shows

eastward froim yer'ss
ie Old Town site of
,: aL-ivc, ]oc:1tion of
n lace.. prdv t.' r .si-
c : et .al t ; t, i,

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Carries a FllllLile of Druags, os

Diamond Dyes, Trusses, Syringes,

DR. J. J, KESTER, Druggist.

YtO 'lain't Afford to liss This Chanice!

1iaving Purchased the Stock of GOoods in the Storeait

I am Making ConstantAld'itions Thereto and Propose to


&t the Lowest Living Margin of Proficl

id Treat Every Cu iistir Af ie8 ali Cirftoflsly.
Call and See My Goods and Cet My Price&a



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Always in te Lal!


PittsburP' - FI

Knowing the wants of the co,,niu ninty,bnys itelligenuty and

If you live near the Bay C rme in a Boat; if back in the Conntry, Come on
Horseback; if you have no Horse, borrow your Noighbor', Ox and Cart.
And lot me prove to yon that
7O(CA 0-A S-TS-A-V7 T MMOwT3
By either Buying or Selling

Fine Water-Front and Other Lands for SailI
title only one remove from the United States Government and of county

A little camera Mary had-
b8h did not thinick it wrong-
And evry place that Mary went
Bhe ,t<.ii wh- thing along.
Twas of tht inst!Uinta.nC(ui kind.
'Twould taeo the' lightr.ing's fash
Or anything more quickly than
Tho ulser takes his cash.
t',, t.ried the camera n a fly
A aur ght it as it flew,
And. ot th.o ,,usy, buzzing tye
S'l,; .* S.t ;-ii-l tC d viewv.
But wh'1.n the tri ,', to cair1 f. '.y
- hc, w s ]A s -, .,ve
T 11, .. ... .

A.r d-' >

A Wonderidful rafe.
The people of Belleville, a little vil-
lage of 150 inhabitants ttuated on thd
St. Lawrence river nearly 800 miles
from Montreal, wele recently surprised
by a beautiful mirage which hung over
the town fto nearly an honr. It was tf0
jina*i.- of a six story brick building and
was so clear out and well defined that
the color of the bricks annd mortar could
Sbo plaiuy distixguishcd. i.'v.rv 1 :oly in
the littio viliaug gatfherrd on the river
t Vauk lad w.' t.h,'d th, ).eutn.f'il vision
, a.- it -I *" ..*... tb" ' nr the aJrQh-
' A '- '..' I'-r "h .1 ;. o th
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Positively the only remedy forthe treat-
alent ot

NSrvous Exhaustion,
Simple and .aggravater foriia ofl
iyspepsia and Palpitation of the
--.--o----- -
Doos your food sour aft,-r e.atin'g? Are
you var-ily ceonfu,,ed and exciteli? l Do 'ou
get up in thli- morning tired and u ilre-
t'reshlied. and with a had taste in the Inmouth','
Is there a dull, cloudy sea',..atiota, at-
tor.ded by di-agrou.abl, feelings in tbh,
head and eves?
Are you irritable and restless?
Does your heart thump and cause you
to gasp for breath after climbing a flight
of stairs? \ '
Does it distress you to lie on bhe left
Have you impaired memory, dimness of
vision, depressioL of tind and gloomyI
These symptoms mean that you are suf-
fering from Dyspeplsia and Nervous Ex-
Thete is no other remedy .extant that -
has-done so much fer this clase of troln-
)les as
Scott's Carbo-

Digestive Compound.
If your case has resisted the usanal
methods oftreatlmnt we are parli'.ularly
anxious to Lave you give this Compound
a trial.
We guarantee relief in very case and
will cheerfully refund your money shaul4-
our remedy fail to produce the gr.a t'grat-
ifying results.
Please remember that the appellatioA
Patent Medicime does not apoly to
Scott's Carbo-Digestive Compound
It i a prescription put tp by aI lading
phl\sician who has made stoma
4bervo.-sIroubles a p -
We court investing
urge all physicians
formula of Scott'S C
pound, which we will
th.t they may satisfy
harmless character and
Scott's Carbo-Digesti
Is Ihe most remarkaljle remedy
(fnee has produced. It has succeed
where all other remedies have failed.
Sold by druggists everywhere.
$1.10 per bottle.
Sent to auy address in America on re-
ceipt of price.
Don't forget. that wa cheerfully refund
your money if results are not satisfac-
(Order direct if your druggist. dues not
have it.
Address all orders to

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HIow to Cure Yours
Using It..
The tobacco 'habit grow
uutil his nervous system
fected, impairing health
happinea. To qtuitiit Fle
vere a shoek to the system,
to an inveterate u.er bec|
lant that his tI



Bacm- uro is a i-cij-ti,
hacco habit, in all its fo
ciOn,)uud-ed after the fo'
.n'an-iir,, Berlin Phys.iclan w
it in his private pi'actice
i."ith 'uit ;a failure, purely v
nIaarjtecd Ierfectly har
a1tt t-e alIl the tohacco you.1
taking i-i.wo-Curo, it, will-l
i-hen to stop. AVOe give a wri
:Lnt:di to pr:.rmn.-endly curiC
w'h three boxes., ,or refund t
I t.th 10 per cent. interest.
is no" a subAtitute, but ase
that cures without the aid
and with rio inconveniencn
the system as pure and frd
tine as the day you took
or Smoke. Sold by all
our ironclad 'guaran
box, three boxes,
ment,) $2.50, or sent d
of price. SEN
Enreka Ch


To H.S. W
He ilivits. you all
Don't t
Is wvat I
For here v
Where all min
Please come a
How happy
If i f eel
b.Joth great and small.
This I.,usine-s starts not to t
With no thought, but to pl-
-Pav today, trust tomnorruw,.
I., the motto we shalH-ollnw.
We can get for you an aligato,
Or from his hide a 1,dyA's g:iti
Or handsome sea shellsa i1.
Sold at i lIrici within Llour
-. M S. WELitffl.


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he object of this Association is to Improve the Oountry 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 aa 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 shotl be a
Source of Revenue to its Owner.
The first question which will naturally be asked will be: "Is this Asso-
ciation reliable'"? And the answer to it is: Any person employing the Association
to makt iiiiprovements may deponiit an approximate payment of the estimated cost oi
the sarue with any responsible business man or firm doing business on the Bay or in
.--, Ar k at.-heir owN.hoine to be paid over only when the Association shall satisfacto-
. srYfw rhat the im-provements haNCO reen- ml-e -ctrnllrg to- r.ieemBk., -- -
T'll Aase.ciation will not only improve and plant, but watch and care for
all property eritru tud to its keeping, guarding against forest fires, dishonest pilferers
for damages frousi tn cA.use possible to le prevented.
Fromn a car,.-ul estimate of the probable expense and income of a fruit
plantation iri the St. Andrews Bay country a few figures are given:
Price of Lana per acre, say $25 to $50; cost of clearing, say $20; *-ot of planting 1st
7ear, say .$31: cost of cultivation each year thereafter, $20
It is not extravagant to estimate that a 1-acre vineyard will on the third
year, if properly cultivated, yield $200 worth of fruit, and of peaches nearly or quite
the same, while figs should do even better than that. Then, thongh perhaps a little
longer, some of them, in coming into profitable bearing may be named pears, apricots,
nectarines, plums, prunes, mulberries, olives, Japan persimmons almonds. English
walnuts, Japan. chestnuts, pecans, and many other varieties of fruits and nuts. which
are almost certain to flourish here; while orang'cs and citrus fruits, though not con-
sidered certain yieldlarge returns oftener than they miss.
The Secretary of the Assodiation will give particular attention to an-
swering letters of inquiry, and the Buoy will in its answers to correspondents an-
swer all questions asked it.
R EM E M B E R, the Association Lands will be sold on Easy
Terms of Payment; but improvements rnu-t le- paid for ap satisfactory proof is given
that the work has been performed. CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED.
Address R. E. HOWARD, Sec.
Harrison, Fla.

If you need FURNITURE of any kind, call on



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A Full Line of Cannleda Goods

Mast, Foos & Com Dany's

Double Acting Force Pump.

Pin y Woods Saw'mill
0 bl u CIlR Of C lc.o


Postoffice, Farmdale, Fla.
Can Furnish Rou h Lumber
n1' 1 1"1 -.a _J

order' which shall have
R. V. DJEA-)ERICK, Manager.

The Old liable

3Establlshed. ;"s ar- "r; .aleSor nin .*,
.marrlod or Wingle, In cases of exposure,
abuses, e eos or r 'loprietles. SILL
GUAR.ANT'D-B. Board ard apartmients
tarnlsno.i '.' a sMoa Blal*
nd. .'o';. 3%. Call o. write.

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Agents to sell our new hbok Dictionary
of UnitedStated History .y Prof. J.
FKANKLLN JAMsoy'. Needed by eveay
teacher, pupil iynd family; indorsed l)v
press and puhli c. Agents scllii:g fifty
books per week. Successful afIents will
be made general agents. Big Paty.
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prompt answer and a honest opinion, write to
MU N N & CO., who have had nearly fifty yea'
experience In the patent business. Communic.
tions strictly confidential. A lianidheok of In-
formation concerning Patents and how to ob.
tain them sent free. Also a catalogue of mechanl
ital and scientific books sent free.
Patents taken through Munn & Co. receive
Bpeoial notice iln the Scientific American, moa
thus are brought widely before the public with.
out cost to the inventor. This splendid pape,
issued weekly, elegantly illustrated, has by far the
largest circulation of any scientific work in the
world. $3 a year. Sample copies sent free.
Bulildny Edition onthly, 1,.60 a year. Single
copies, a i) cents. very number contains beau.
titul plates, In colors, and photographs of now
houses, with plans, enablingbuilders to show the
latest detigmns and secure contracts. Address
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For the Protection of Lands
Sold for T axes.
Chapter 4416-An Act to Pruvent
the Cutting or Removing of any
Timber from Lands Heretofure or
that May Hereafter be Sold for
Be it enacted by the Legikslatuie of
,the State of Flotijda:
Section 1. If any person shall cut
or cause or piocure to be cut or aid,
assist or be employed in cutting
any cedar, juniper, cypress, oak, pine,
palmetto or other timber standing,
growing or being on any lands that
have heretofoie been xold or
hereafter be sohll for taxes, I
the lands are redeemed or a t
issued for the same; or if any person
shall remove or cause or procure to
be removed, or aid or assist. or be
tmployBd in removing from any of
such lands any cedar, juniper, cy-
press, oak, pine, palmetto or other
timber; or if any person shall cut or
box or cause or procure to be cnt or
xf-DtL-orai,'l asvi-t or be employed
in cutting or boxing any pine timber
on said lands for the purpose of
extracting and gathering the turpen-
tine therefrom, or gather or remove
or cause to be gathered or removed,
or aid, assMst, or be employed in
gathering or removing any turpen-
tine extracted from the pine timber
so cut or boxed; or if any persorm
shall in any way by cutting, felling,

girdling or otherwise destroy d
injure any timoer standing growing
or being upon1 said lands, he sltall
for every such offense deened
and held to be guilty of a minderrean-
or, and npon conviction thereof shall
be punished by a fino of not more

than hve hundred dollars; LPd.ve'l,
however, This act Ihall not app v
to the owr.er or owners of said lauds
at the time the lands were sold for
Approved June 1, 1895.
Chapter 4%36'-An Act toEmpower Ag-
ricultural, Horticultural, Benevolent
and Scientific Societies to Incorpo-
rate, and to 'Prescribe the Method
and their Powers.
Be it enacted byh the Legislature of t
State of Florida. '
SECTION'1. That any agricultu
horticultural, benevolent or sciea
association whether for profit

;u..-l d,.,t'*.. ',' i'u, ,up npon by buying a
cMT.. y thaTi r', '.r's you I.) do ;-o, as it i.a
imothij no liru thtn a sMi i,.titut-. In the bud-
].Ln %toI!>n ; ,f tI.,t' ac, .\ou nuilst have some
stimulm iii, and in roost all cau.is. the effect of
ihe stimulaut. hI,,. it opioii, morphine, or other
iviat'. leave- a tar '.-or-ic habit contras:ted.
- .k your drug -i tl about BACO-CUltO. It
'null- is purely vegetable. You do
A0Z snut h ave to-utop using tobacco
with BACO-CUItO. It will
notify ULI when to stop and
your desire for tobacco will
_ came. Your system will be as
yu ouk your first chew or bmoke. An
cuS'/, tobacco habit in all its forms,
"-ii 0 da',.s tr'atenant andt
vo tiU be sent by mail upon
I Co., La Crosse, Wis.
1 ,PAN Y, C. W. HOUNtC, Supt.
St. Paul, Minn., Sept. 7, 1894.
rosse, Vis
n .for many years, and during the past
Cigars regularly every day. My whole
imy physician toldti mue I must give up the
l,-abt. I tried the so-called "Keeley
her remedies, but without success, until I
." Three weeks ago to-day I commenced
insiderr myRelf completely cured; I am in
,1l tobacco, which every inveterate
|left me. I consider your "Baco-Curo"
nd it..Yoursver truly,

^I^B^^BfM ---* ----ii ----

National bio l.Iefm, Btujiim:n,
who had $1,71 'tep'it. in to
bank, came to 1l for ci the lbankk
and demanded t .oney. He lulleI
a revolver an, eatehel to bh,w
out the brains t Officer. Ahtr
t quieted iI

to a*mban


it. he
The -
the lih-

fi,r w~hichr
erma in ,taitc

he is n


membership or for benevo
charitable purposes or for
purposes may incorporate in
politic and corporate as is no
Zd by }nw with like powers, SA
stations. restrictions, rules a
tions, except as is herein cnui ui1 013 01as -a)
and such additional powers as N I l )
by granted extend to and ap
ciations now incorporated o
hereafter incorporate upon cot
with the requirements of law.
SEC. 2. All associations provided
in section one of this act shall be em
powered to improve, own, hold in doed
or in trust real estate and to (' pose of
the same, to fix the amount of money or o,,
labor or materials of each share; to fix f aerr
the number of shares; to limit the vote silver.
of shareholders to one vote for each In-
dividual regardless of the u number of
shares owned by such or any individ-
ual, but such powers, by-laws and reg-
ulations must be set forth in the char
ter at the time of making application
SEC. 3. This act is not construed L
repeal any law now existing but is in-
tended to give additional powers to
such associations as are heroin named
and to name others.
SEC. 4. All laws now in force pre-
scribing the manner of application fo
letters patent to corporations for profit
or for benevolent purposes and for th
payment of fees is hereby recognize
and is applicable to the class of c'rpo-
rations referred to in this act, whether
for profit or for benevolent purposes, as
the case may be.
SEC. 5. The class of corporatL
named in this act shall be subjet to
and governed by the general inc PO-
ration laws of this state except there
inconsistent with the provisions o dsdl W
act. dend
SEC. 6. This act shall take effect up- JeOti o
on its passage and approval by the gov- whole quest
ernor. The pam]
Approved June 1, 1895. eral distribi
culation by
Of Interest to Ladies. in all seotic
We offer no apology in placing before 16 of "Soul
Sou "THE LADIES' SAFE PROTECTOR," tainted byse
'a) Hble, easily adjusted, club. 52 W
does not become misplaced and insures
protection. Can be worn when desired $1,000 11

w.itIuuLtL i's-erlvaton or knowledge of
another and prevents disagreeable an-
noyance under certain conditions. If As P
you use it once you will nev-Nr he with-
out it. It. is.a faithful, -afe and reliable
friend w whenever needed by special cir- Ou
cumstances requiring it: use. It is an give
article every woman should keep ready gold f
for immediate use. It is simple use, LaCr(
and inspires confidence to thle n
using it. It is reliable and scie
made, insures pr'otection with
to health, as any good physics
say. We are of the opinion
article ha. ever been made which
give as much satisfaction to the wo
of to-day as "THE LADIES' SAFE PRO-
TE CTR." The immense sales of
article is a subsantial in-
our claim. Do not therefo
with any of the numerous
articles, as it is both dang
health and expensive to do so.
ex.perimenting can on!y result in Io.'s c,
time disappointment and dismal fail-
ure. Ladies should remnber this Imfore
ordering other goods and not waste
their time and money on inferior arti-
cles. The best is always the cheapest
under a positive guarantee for use for sa
one year, with full directoins and is test u;,
stErt sealed in plain wrapper upon re- dor tfo
-.-'ipt fof o xp--. money order (or $1.( 00i
t.hre or $5,CtNI. Do not. wait put ordec te
atonce. Adreri THE LA ('ROPS SPEC-
IALITY Co., La 'ro-oi. Wis.

e t Standard of the
L' u.s. Gov't Print-
S Ing Office theU.S.
';l /t a\ e SupremeCourtand
<^^ E a *of nearly all the
S! SWarmly com-
mended by every
S[ta State Buperinten-
dent of Schbools,
',, ~and other Educa-
S tor almost with-
out number.
A College President writes: "Fer
"ease with which the eye finds the
'word sought, for accuracy of defini-
"tion, for effective methods in indl-
"eating pronunciation, for terse yet
"comprehensive statements of facts,
and for practical use as a working
"dictionary,' Webster's International'
"excels ny other single volume."
The One Great Standard Anthority,
So writes Hon. ). J. Brewer, Justlc U. S.
Supreme. Court.
G.& C. M3ERRZA M CO., Publishers,
Springfieldc, as., UV. S. A.
a Boud to the pubilsbsrx for free pamphlet,
oWrDo Luot buy cheap reprinta of ancient editions.
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Of A ii rows

Farm Products Ad-
Vier Delne. y
at in the form of a Bay
E 's given by The
as to theconnectiou We have1
of silver aud t.h i which we C,
commodities. They Covel'i: L abc
answer to the constant COVerh ", vabo
Ulver inflationists that ot tea *try,
he low values to all C ,ipany'.s'
ere could be no re- Parker, Cro
bhbigher pricesjor country, for
April 1. Tune 14. Orgircn Ioi
....,.K e. M" : the ai, I ,

at, while there was
e in silver, and what
s was slightly down-
need a little over 19
t a little over 82 per

as wo all know, have
d by increased activity
Oufactures and an ad-
So that we have, as
*Lby remarks, "very
rto the factory, to the
be earner and to the
Satom of help from


littee of the
ned a short
nage Dis-
at free
d the
sets in turn
a of the free

io ine
toe to r-d

ly &,he principal ob-
's" boo, but to th,
f freecolnage at 16 to 1.
is well adapted for gen-
and merits a wide cir-
Fiends of honest money
the country. It is No
rrenoy," and can be ob.
t 5 &ent to the R .in- -


or th

y. This
by any one
siti e o 'rittv-
k or money re-
'ith full in-
mg-thb~i con-
s ronley or-
ii Guar an-
v Caitattra.-
V (V AliU'r, Vl
.St' ] :At,T\" (g0 .

and the

made arrangements by
an furnish this fine MAP
tut eighteen miles square
inclutling thi'. Cincinnati
Tract, ,ilso Harrison,
n)iauton, and adjacent

cash yea:ly subtcriptluns.
I' thlii. map the location of

' n>l.s pnIIurc i;-eI oi the (. incinnati
O1 C npany cau Ie easily ascertained,
or., parties may Senil us $1 and their

description and we will locate theio
lots and return the Map by mail.
A dhre .ss l' tI '-)Y',
St. Amndlrws, Fla.
For 5 ealsh sulcrilier., we will give as
a preniium, 1 Sectional Map of the Bay
country, or 1 Map of the City of St. An-
drews. Either map sold singly-$1

19"IISIIIflttlZIRIIZI 2121 !
E $100.00 0
Given Away *
Every Month
W to the person submitting the
0 most meritorlons inventlon .0
Si'. during thprecedtpg months
A FOR INVENTOR%, and them
W object of this offer Is to en-pm
- courage persons of an invent- a
w ive turn of mind. At the
od Isame time we wish to Impressm
4 the fact that :: :: ::
S A -d - U,_

it'8s thle impi

Trivial Inventions
That Yield Fortunes -
S .. uch as D Long's Hook g
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Almost every one conceivesm
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"Tin coUrpaln
e fact that Its
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papers In the

q. al8a14000,000.
a dollar earned." k
French Dongola Kid But-
vered freo anvywhbre in the U.S., on
receipt ofash, Money Orr,
or Postal Note for 1.10.
E 6quasa every way the boots
sold In all retail stores for
$2.50. We make this boot
ourselves, therefore we guar-
antee the ai, stie anid wear,
and If any one is not satlisfled
we will refund, the monoy
or send another pair. Opera
To or Common uSense,
widtha C, D,E, & E
siZe 1 to 8 and half
ize he our p s;
O IllutratedL
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Or a Five-Acre Fruit Tract

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Being a PRACTICAL am prepared to furnish

On the Shorte.t1 IPo !bhl Notice.

Assessment and Payment of Taxes,'
Will be Given Prompt, Personal Attention.


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6 " By purchasing one of the Richmond Desk Corn-
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