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Title: St. Andrews buoy
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Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Emmons & Lynch
Place of Publication: St. Andrews Fla
Publication Date: May 20, 1897
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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 BA'

First Last,"and al-the

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VOL. VII.


ST. ANDREWS BAY, FLA., MAY 20, 1897;


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OFFICIAL DIRECTORY.

U1ITItD STATES.
' Aenaton--lHon. Sam'l Pasco, Monticello,
Hon J. A. Henderson, 'allahassee.
4epresentatives--lst District, S.M. Spark-
man, Tampa; 2d District, R. W.
Davis, Palatka.
Land Office-Register, J M. Barco; Re-
Receiver-N D Wainwright, GainesvIlle.
STATE. "
Governor-W. D. Bloxhanr; Secretary of
State, J. L. Jrawford; treasurer, C. B.
C.llins; Attorney General. Wm. B. La-
mar; Comptroller, W. H. Reynolds; SI-
erintendent -f Public Instructiou, W.
N. Sheats; Commissioner of Agricul-
ture, L. Bi. Wombwell Adjalantie -
eral, Patrick Housaon. Tallahastea. .
U. S. SBEAwoB.
First Distriet-4. A. Hentderso, Tal ...
a l$celO Da. D *a
STATE SENATOA. -
Twenty-fifth District-J. B. Olaripe, Wo-
wahithka.
WASHINGTON COUNTY.
Representative, S. M. Robinson, Chiplev,
County Judge, D. D. Melvin, Vernon;
Clerk of Coart, County Clerk, Recorder
of Deeds, W. B. Lassitter, VArnon;
Sheriff, C. G. Allen, Chiplev;,T'easurer,
R. C. Home, Chipley; Tax Collector, A.
Q. Jones, Vernon; Tax Assessor', W
B. Gainer, Econfina; Superintendent.
of Public Instruction, W. L, Locky;
Chipley; Surveyor, Thos. Collins, Chip-
ley.
ST. ANDREWS.
justice of the Peace, W. I. Singleterry;
.-"' Notary Public, Deputy Circuit Court
Clerk, W. A. Emmons: School Super-
visor, R. F. Brackin; Post Master,Dr.
W. G Mitchell.
HARRISON.
Postmistress, Mrs. M. B. Jenks.
PARKER. ;
?ostmaster and Notary Public; W. H.
Parker.


PITSBiUR.
postmasterr HI.B. Smith.
ANDERSON.
Postmaster, S. W. Anderson
GAY.
Postmaster, Mrs. R. Gay.
BAr HEAD.
Postmaster, Martin Post.

C ALHOtN COUNTY-CROMANTO9.
Notaries, E. Mosher, Frank Hoskius,
Postmaster, W. M. Croman; Coun
ty Cobmmissioner, H. M. Spicer
Deputy Clerk of Courts. S. T. Walkley

RELIGIOUS.
Methodist-Church cor. Washington ave
and Chestnut st-Rev. W. M. Croman,
pastor. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30
p. m. every alternate Sunday.
Y. P. S. C. E.-Prayer meeting at the
Presbyterian church every Sunday after
aoon at 3:30 o'clock. All are invited.
Baptist-Church, corner of Wyoming
aven-'3 and Cincinna,i street. Church
conferer ) '.turday before first Sunday
at 4 p. m. Sunday school every Sunday at
9:30 a. m. Preaching second and fourth
Sunday in each month. Rev. J. P. Smith,
pastor
Presbyterian-Church corner Loraine
avenue and Drake street.
'atholic-Church corner Wyoming ave-
nue and Foster street.
THE MAILS.
The northern mail, Tia Anderson, Gay,
Bayhead and Chipley departs every day
except Sunday at 3:00 o'clock; a. m.;
arrives every day except Sunday at
7:40 p. m.
East Bay mail for Harrison, Cromanton,
Parker, Farmdale and Wetappo, leaves
St. Andrews going east every morning
at 6 o'clock and arrives, coming west
every afternoon at 1 o'clock.
ST. ANDREWS BAY, CHIPLEY &
VERNON TELEPHONE CO.
(Incorporated Nov. 7, 1886.)
SCHEDU LE OF RATES:-For each five
minutes, or fraction thereof, use of
Phone:
Between St. Andrews Bay & Gay... .10c
4, Baybead 15c
,, '1 Chipley. 25c
S Chipley & Bayhead........ 15c
,, .1 .G ay............. 20c
Bayhead & Gay. ........... 5
For transmission by telegraph J .c-
extra, not including tle G service.
A. J. GAS, Gen'l Mgr.

Parker Lodge No. 142
A...F. &o.& .3M
Regular (lonmniuni-
cations on Saturday,
on or before each full
moon.
Visiting Brothers
Fraternally Invited.
W. H. PARKER W. M.
W. A. EMMONs, Secretary.

BUSINESS DIR

Deputy Cfruft court V erk' and
tary Public for the State at Large; it
jurisdiction to administer oatha, take
aticavits, legalize ackuowledgment*,
etc., anywhere in Florida. Special at-
tention given to land conveyances and
to marriage services. Office at tile
BUOY Offlice, St. Andrews Bay. e
DR. J.J. KESTER, *
Homeopathic Physician and *c-
coucher. Office Pioneer Drug 8 te,
corner of Shell avenue and Michi-
gan street,
St. Andrews Florida
DR. W. (. MITCHELL,
Proprietor East Enli Drugjbtre, of-
fers his professional servicesto the
citizens of St. Andrewf Bay a
vicinity. Office at Drug St
"'Lesidence on Buenna Vi.kta av. ni
opposite old Florida Exchlange _
W.H. PARKER, A
Notary Puhlie and Surveyor. Spec at-
ten'tion sivenn to all Notarial bLuness
also to the DrawingofMaps,Chbrts, etc
Parker. Fla
C. H. CRIPPEN,
Notary Public.
Will attend promptly to all business de-
manding his attention. Office on Bav-
tiew street, one block trortheast of T
: Danford's store:


PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY
One Hollar a Year in Advance.
-"

WILLIAM A. EMMONS
Proprietor.
Display ad rates 50c per inch per month
Position and extraordinary condition
rates subject to special agreement.


' .- oIe


By a dispatch from Washington
the information is gained that the
island known as Hurricane Island has
been declared a government reserva-
tion, to be used for military purposes.
This island is the ke to the entrance
to St. Andrews Bay,uand with proper
military occupatioeno invading ene-
my could gain an entrance into the
bay.


ove-


04


BUENA VISTA POINT,
Looking south, a few rods south of the Buoy office, and directly facing the
Pass to the Gulf, lies one of the many fascinating scenes, so numerously pre-
senting themselves on St. Andrews Bay. The il-ustration, while on a small
scale, is a truthful reproduction of the natural scenery, with the narrow penin-
sula, or Lands End, dividing the Bay from the Gulf seen in the distance.


In November and December, 1892, the Buoy gave its readers an extended
description of the Bay country as it then was, and as it had been several
years prior to that writing. It is the purpose of this article to republish the
description as it then appeared, making such alterations and changes as are
appropriate, to correspond with the advancement and many improvements'
which have materialized since that publication.
Then, as now, the write-up was addressed to those parties who so fre-
quently write to kn9w what has been and is being done to make St. An-
drews Bay a desirable place for a home, and appeared as correspondence
from persons living at different points along the Bay, and who, of course,
could tell best about the various points and the people who live there.

Well, my dear old friends, John, Jo, George, Harry, Ike, Mell, Sam, Giles
and the rest of you, who have at some time been here and want to know,
"What has been done in the way of improvement on and about the Bay
.since you were here," and you others who never had the pleasure of a sight
of the laund so grandly full of promise, that we "sojer Yanks"' have .eiaedl
and taken from the deer, the bear, and the razor-back for our own homes,
and yet are asking me to "toll them about it," and "will it ever be settled
up enough so we can have neighbors and society?" "Can you raise any kind
of crops at all, or is it just all sand, sand, bare, glaring white sand, that
nothing can be made to grow on, as we have heard?"
There are so many of jou-scattered all the way, too, as you are, fro
Maine to Arkansas, and from Rhode Island to Minnesota, that, as I hav
written some of you I would do, have asked the Buoy to just let me write t,
all of you at once.
The editor has consented, so I will just begin at the beginning and tel
you, first, what St. Andrews Bay and city was as I found it, November 2
1885, when I arrived here, and will go around the part called East Bay wit
you, as it was then, though some of you were here to see all that pretty,
soon attet wards for yourselves. But some of you have not seen at all an
v ill want to see the picture all the way back with the rest. And e after
have shown you East Bay as it was in November, '85, will take you another
trip over the same course in May, '97, that you may see for yourselves the
changes. ,
There is also West Bay and North Bay, but I have never been all around
either of these ny*self, so could not give you a good description for either
dalA-mentioned,. and I am not showing you East Bay alone because I want
you to think ijas all the good and the others none of it; but because I can
tell you alittle-what I have seen-or East Bay. and could only tell you
what I have heard of the West and North, and that is that many settlers
are already located along the shores of both West and NM th Bays, and
they are contented and fairly prosperous. a '
Starting on our cruise, we will keep cl6se to the shore, so0we can see what
is to be seen, will sail around fiom Dyer's Point to Wettpo, then by the
south shore back to Redfish and Buena Vista Points, thus g ting a view of
nearly the entire St. Andrews Bay proper, and of t(lie or
East Bay.
Of course, you who saw the Bay in '85 have not forgotten that Dyein's
Point.along the coas toward Cincinnati Town, as the co'mpa location
was then calle was only on- house in sight all the w along the
hg till you to Capt. L. M. Ware's, on Buena Vista lit. Then,
il',pa oi fl 1 neqrc a few
fsu mer T ttage -" which have been known to the new S ndrcus a,
'Old Town." The we passed on eabt ind next came to imulnerry
grove, where were t o houses. And just past the bay'Lu a R e-range
grove, then so heavily laden ith the juicy, golden balls, on use. No
more in sight till we come to the High Banks, or Barnes' pl re stood
three, empty and desolate. But on we go, and at the minWatson
Bayou we saw the residence of Wm. Holmes, and looking u the bayou as
far as we could see, Mrs. Holmes' house. Then, just ar d the point, we
came to the Thompssn place. Martin's, Chas. Parker's an Peter Parker's.
Around the point we pass Noah Pitts' and on the next 'bnt lived a Mr.
Fowler. ,
Sow we are about eight and one-half miles east and n rly four miles
south of our .starting point, having passed on our way only thirteen
houses which could be seen from our boat.
iFthen,-as we sailed on around Long Point; there was a small house high
up on the point, but hid away in the woods out of dight; but going three or
four miles further along we sighted another with a considerable field cleared
about it; I have forgotten the name of the resident. And from here we sailed
on and on seven or eight miles more and found one Davis, who had a small
field cleared and fenced. Then we had another long stretch without a
glimpse of a house, an evidence of civilization or an indication that man
had ever before visited the spot, till we passed the angle, turned to the
north and damie in sight of the Keyes place, still two or three miles ahead
of us; but as we raised along we discover ed two small houses, apparently
long since deserted, and finally reaching our destination-the Keyes place
-went ashore; walked about the garden, inspected the bungalow, and


learned also that we had reached the head of East Bay, and were more than
thirty-five miles from our starting point, and, counting up (leaving Old
Town out of the count) we had stopped in front of the eighteenth house
lhat could be seen from theqBay as we passed.
Then, taking our course back by tihe southern shore, we sailed, a lwce
sailed-like old Captain Kihld, and not a house, or even a shanty coumnbe
seen "at all, at all," the wola blessed way, until we reach .,t4fi..h P.nt,
"here we found living the Avo black fi.lshermeu we had seenat Cipt. Wale's
before starting out-Star And Mack, an I we wound up the i) with a
straight run to \Ware's w!hrf, but we could see three small hound s on the
West Peninsula. That cu Ipleted the round and I believe suns nt twenty-
two houses (leaving out 01 Town, as before) on the round of St. indrews
Bay proper and East Bay, distance, by the coast line, of between tventv-
five and one hundred miles s we were told by the profesor.
Now we start May 1, 18 twelve years from the time of our
.front the same sta-tirl^i yecr's Point. We
View plat, what was before the Moates place, and as we pass alon e.
eastward we can see dotted along the curving shore forty houses, new
since we passed before, five or Six stores, a hotel, four chur-hei, a black -
smith shop, three or four long ywharves extending far out into the ny, one
of them-.R F.F. Brackin's, finting his store and fine large resi, e, being
used as a landing place of tde steamer Alpha, which makes re ar trips,
starting every tenth day frota Mobile, Ala., touching this whar ischarg.
ing immense cargoes of freight and many passengers, and procee int .en
to Apalachicola and Carrabelle, and returning, makes regular landing at
this wharf, thus giving the Bay the benefit of steamship na V tioin
every fifth day. Capt. Clark and Purser Dorr spare no effort to pl e and
look after the comfort of their patrons, ond the boat is nicely appointed to
carry about fifty passengers aid an almost unlimited amount of freight. All
these improvements can be seen as we pass, and nearly all, saying nothing
of the fine fruit orchards and hundreds of beautiful ornamental trees, now
grown, the orchards to bearing and the ornamentals to delight the eye of
the beholder, are in sight at once from any given point on the way, and all
before we pass Buena Vista foint-Capt. Ware's place.
Between Buena Vista Point and Old Town we now see as we phss, eight
houses. Then we look aheal along the shore and we notice that Old Town
has four new houses, added since we passed before. We come then to the
Thompson & Johnson saw, planing and shingle mill, with a group of five
houses; on next to the mulberry grove farm (now the village of Harrison)-
a good hotel academy building, and eiglit new houses in sight as we pass
along.
CONTINUEDD NEXT WEEK.]


ORLANDO was elected asithe next
place of meeting of the Florida State
Horticultural society.

The Want Likely to be Provided
For.
Col. Frank W. Pope, one of Duval
county's representatives in the state
legislature, said: The bill 1 intro-
duced providing for a reformatory for
juvenile offenders has also passed its
second reading in the house and was
reported to this body by the judiciary
committee by a unarimdus vote.
The progress of the times makes a
movement of this kind almost im-
perative. Florida car't afford to
take a back seat. in the progress of
modern and civilized' institutions.

The Root ot the Trout9 Al Con-
gress.
New York World.
If every senator and representative
in congress would devote himself sin-
cereiy and honestly to the work of
framing a tariff and revenue bill that.
should meet the country's, present
needs, there would be no difficulty ir.
making such a bill and no delay in
passing it.
But most of the senators and rep-
resentatives have other interests to
serve. They are not legislating with
an eye single to the country's needs
or its welfare. They are considering
district, state and national "politics."
They are the attorneys for interestss."
Their conduct is controlled by con-
siderations that have nothing what-
ever to do with the national wvelare
or with the principles of taxation.
This is the source and cause of the
muddle. This has been the fruitful
occasion of that repeated disturbance
of conditions which has delayed pros-
perity for years.


Jones to go to Atlanta.
The following from the Mobile
Register will recall to many the
career of Mr. Jones while editor of
the Jacksonville Times-Union. Mr.
Jones has encountered many hard-
ships since his journalistic experi-
ence in Florida, as will be understood
when the knowledge of his sky-rocket
assent and shattering fall ns editor
"of41We ."TTiuirT'o -r i -akch =-"
called, knowing as they do the seri-
ous tilt he had with his proprietor,
Mr. Pulitzer, while editor of the
above publication:
It is reported that Col. Charley
Jones, of Jacksonville, New York and
St. Louis seriatim, is about to lplant
a paper in Atlanta, and become the
editor thereof. We are satisfied that
this will be a good move for the
olonel. He has been wandering
over the earth, seeking a place suited
to his peculiar genius and has not
found it. St. Louis is too staid andl
matter-of-fact for at: inspired editor;
and although he has performed won-
ders in waking up people who live on
the banks of thie big muddy, lie has
not been wholly in congenial sur-
roundings. In Atlanta, however, lie
will be thoroughly at home'. 'It is
surprising that hlie has not gravitated
there ere this Perhaps he wuldI
have done Ro but for his contract
with Pulitzer, which he has een so
anxious to fulfill. That tract
will expire shortly, and then will
be at liberty to go.to tat
seems to be especial I as
the medium of exprehliar-
leyjonesism. There he only
wield a free and untram en,
but be held up to public a'. ion
for so doing. There he a
public that feeds u on
double and tiiple-leaded r f
and news made on the spo to muit,
any appetite. Col. Charles Jones
will rule here as absolute monarch,
and a statue will be or to per-
petuate his memory.

A (Geological .
Pensacola News.
f, has long been the dreat of
many Floridians that the earth f the
state might be iaked over to-lrev-
elation of new and untold wealthl be-
neath the surface, and the idea has
now taken practical form in the itro-
duction by Senator Chipley of a bill
providing for a geological survey.
The measure will doubtless become a
law, as it should, and we shall know
shortly if the expectations above re-
ferred to have been founded on more
than mere theory.

The people who talk without
thinking, and those who think with-
out talking, always make each other
tired.


cavalry carome
other away, and tbefai, l
thein, a hoarse, low mururr as of many~
voices and of commands indistinguisih-
able through the gale. Louder grew the
clamor, nearer came the sounds; then the
added rush of many feet in the adjoin-
ing barracks of K troop, thA quick, stir-
ring peal of trumpet, sounding some
unfamiliar call. Overstrained and ex-
cited as were her nerves, fearing for
him against whom the wratlh of the gar-
rison was roused, she could only con-
nect the sounds of alarm and confusion
with him and his hapless fate. She
started forward to call the colonel's at-
tention, for among the dancers the
sound was still unheard
Again the shots and shouts, the rush
of hurrying feet on the broad veranda
without. Again and nearer, quick and
imperative, the thrilling trumpet call.
Then, close at hand the loud bang of
the sentry's carbine and the stentorian
shout of "Fire!" And then, just as the
music abruptly ceased in response to
the colonel's signal, bursting in at the
door, followed by a couple of troopers,
came Rorke, rushing for a ladder that
had been in use during the day.
"It's that madman, Graice, sorri"
he cried in answer to the look in his
comm-ander's face. "He's fired the tow-
er, and he's burnin to death."
Springing to the window, Helen
Daunton dashed aside the curtain, and,
all one glare of flame, the guardhouse
burst upon the view. A black ladder,
silhouetted against the blaze, was being
raised at the instant the curtain fell
from her nerveless hand. Will seized his
cap, made one leap to the door, despite
Kitty's frantic effort to seize him; then,
missing his saber, whirled about and
rushed from point to point in search of
it. Divining his object, the girl threw
herself in front of the settee, behind
which she had concealed it, and, when
he sought to reach around her, desper-
ately, determinedly fought him off.
..._29z ..*l j09i1, t" uuLYiic vauWaiieu tnVU
the night. Throwing over his shoulders
the first mantle he could lay his hands
on, which happened to be Lucretia's,
Wayne followed his leader. Will, de-
layed and maddened, only succeeded in
capturing his saber by forcibly lifting
Kitty out of the way; then be sprang to
the doorway to join the men hurrying
from distant points to the scene. Orms-
by, too, had rushed after the colonel,
and oiily women were left upon the
floor. These, horror stricken, yet fas-
cinated, had gathered about the east.
ward window, where Helen Daunton
crouched, unable to look again upon the
frightful spectacle. It was Ellis who
hurled aside the curtain, just as old
Rorke, re-entering, sprang to the middle
of the hall.
"Come away, ma'aml For the love of
God, miss, stand clear of that window I
The poor divil's climbed to the top, and
the cannon pow dher's in the tower."
With a moan of despair, Helen burst
through the group and toward the open
doorway, as though she herself would
hie to the rescue. Rorke, with one leap,
regained the threshold and thrust her
back.
"My God, can no one save him?" she
cried.
"Save him, ma'aml It's sure death
to the man that dares to try it. Any
moment it may blow up. They're rush-
in clear of it now. The colonel's order-
ed them all back. Nol God of hivin,
some one's climbin the ladder now!
It's Captain Lealel Oh, don't let him,
menl Dhrive him back Oh, what use
is it? Did man ever live that could turn
Malcolm Lealo from the duty he deem-
ed his own?" And away rushed poor
Terry. Ellis sprang to her mother's side
just as, to the accompaniment "I
shriek from Kitty's lips, there
dull roar, followed by a sudden
and crash ,of falling bersand
hoarse ahouts of e. it
Rtant later, Ormab
leaped in at the door.
S"They'l have to bring him in
!Leale would have saved him if hd~l
not jumped. Ellis, your mother must
not see his face. Take her into the dress-
ing room."
"And why?" cried Ellis. "The lives
of our best and bravest have been risk-
ed to save that.worthless life? This is
no place for him. He shall not be
brought here."
"Hush." said Ormsby in a low, in-
"tense tone. "In God's name, Ellis,
hush The man on that litter ia your
mother's son, your own brother, Royle
Farrar. That is the secret I was guard-
ing for Helen Daunton, your brother's
wife."
A moment later as the women gather-
ed about Mrs. Farrar, obedient to Orms-
by's murmured injunction to keep her
from seeing the face of the dying man
lest it prove too severe a shock to her
weakened heart, the men came solemn-


ly, bearing a stretcher, on which lay the
blanket covered form, followed by a
silent group of officers. The doctor sim-
ply touched the wrist, gave one glance
into the scorched and blistered face,
shook his head and drew the blanket.
Kitty, sobbing, clung to Willy's arm,
their quarrel forgotten. Helen, whohad
thrown herself almost hysterically upon
her knees at the stretcher's side, turned
in added terror at the words of the colo-


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soldier as t doctor et them. .Then,
in the solemn presenceof death, inl the
hush and silence of the throng, Mrs.
Farrar stepped forward and laid her
white hand gently, reverently upon the
lifeless breast.
"Reckless and hardened he may have
been," she said, "but iomewherc,
somewhere, I Inow a motbcr't hi art is
yearning over him and a mother's lips
are praying for the boy she loves."
And so it happened that only one or
two could hear the single, whispered
word with which the doctor turned to
his commander after one brief look into
Malcolm's eyes.
"Blind!"
CHAPTER XIII.
Jack Ormsby did not go east by the
first train after the Christmas ball as
had been his purpose, but he saw no
more of the lady of his love. Late that
dreadful night, rousing for a few mo-
ments from the stupor into which she
had been thrown by the announcement
that it was her oWn brother who lay
there downstricken in the midst of his
career of crime and shame, Ellis Far-
rar, little by little, realized the whole
miserable truth, that he, her brother,
was the man who had wrecked Helen
Daunton's life-Helen, who, to spare
that invalid mother an added sorrow,
had hidden from her the name of the
man whose brutal blows and curses had
rewarded her- love.
More than all did Ellis realize that
the lover, whose loyalty and devotion
she herself had repaid with scorn and
contempt, had suffered her words in
silence rather than betray another wo-
man's confidence and thereby divulge a
truth that would overwhelm with shame
all who bore the name of Farrar. Then
it was that, hysterically weeping, she
broke down utterly, and before the set-
.LUS o; 4 tursunr uz ta mot Ander and al .
the household learned from her lips that
it was all that was left of Royle Farrar
that now lay there, cold and stiff and
still in that bare, echoing ward of the
old hospital, awaiting the last volleys
and the solemn trumpet salutation to
the soldier dead.
Only a corporal's guard formed the
firing party when, just before sundown,
the remains of Private Graice were laid
in the bleak, snow covered cemetery out
on the rolling prairie, but more than a
dozen men in the crowded garrison
knew by that time that the folds of the
flag were draped over the mortal re-
mains of a colonel's son.
It was an awestricken group that
gathered about the hospital when the
bearers came forth with their burden
and placed it in the waiting ambulance
and the firing sq iOresnted arms.
The idea of the reore nt, the would b<.
murdered Tom Graie, being buried.
with military honors had no ll~~ fd ..
to the garrison as a possibility. Yet
here was the little esco*; here v.,:re th:.
trumpeters-tho bAnd had-been merci-
fully ex-cuse4-ke-eo we*" pall bvzs
from his troop insfead of from among"
the garrison prisoners, an might luav
been ruled when one of their number
died; here were old Terry Rorke aud
some of the senior sergeants of the regi-
ment; here indeed, with pallid face, was
young Lieutenant Farrar, with him Mr.
Ormsby, the adjutant, quartormaster,,
the surgeon and one or two veteran cap-
.tains, Major Wayne and even 0Qlooel
Fenton himself! Whoever heard of such.
an array as thatattending the obesequios
of a criminal? Fort Fraybewas mysti-
fied and talked at it for hours, but the
atory told itself r tattoo, and the
mystery was- .
They b firstboin o the
colo and a



erappon
Bo issued the' rdeW .hat *o military
honor should 4be denied except the bard.
It was too, bitterly.cold. for them to at-
tempt to play, for the valves of the in-
struments would freeze at once, and i,
was deemed best that no sound of t(,l
dirge music should reach the ears of
MarJorie Farrar. Neither she nor Ellis
knew ,(when the funeral took place, .
Mrs. Parrar learning only on.the fol-
lowing day, Ellis not until weeks there-
after, for, as a result of all the long,'
gradual strain dculminating in the shock
of that tragic .'ight. and the realfttion
of the wrong she bad done the hioest
man'who ha4 so loved her.er'strAsith
gave way, ad brain fever o-i4 A d
supervenedI the week tha ,owed

the borderlain J e'd and tlh,
and no man c( that fatal
Christmastide n claian f ._=


"Buy your w i sir," aid
an enterprising -prospective
customer, "and ake you a pres-
ent of a cyclomete .".
"You are not the man I. am looking
for," replied the shop pt. "I am trying
to find a w',cr ;f cyr.Juilte8rs who w:t'
thr: in a I1.crcl "'-- :-r.' r's B.'.'-


j~*io


Washington County


West ilorida
Against the World.








M ARITIM E.


'Ts.-It must he remembered that the
wind is not a wholly reliable motive pow-
er and if the sailors sometimes find It Im -
uouibleto make schedule time it m1114 be
charged to the elements; they dotk"u best
they can.

The Cleopatra ,ailed for Pensa-
cola Friday with country produce
and two passengers.
The Wm. Crawford is hianled out
at Anderson's ways receiving a new
coat of paint.
The steamer Alpha came in early
Monday morning from Mocile with
freight for St. Andrews Bay nier-
chants. She proceeded on her way
,tO Srrgeblle anme day.. -




Carrie u1ku ilihtweetSt.
Andrewp Bay, WetAppo and ttermedi-
ate points. Leiwes St. Ardrews daily
(except Sunday) at 6;00 a. in.; arrive at
Wetappo at 1:30 p. mn.; leave Wetappo
at 1:00 p. min.; arrives at St. Andrews at
7:30 p. in. Makes landings regularly at
Harrison, Crowanton, Parker. Piltt-
burg and Farmdale. For paz-senger and
freight rates, see rate card in the sc-
eral postoffificep.
*DAVID M5. WITREXILL, Cont actor.

PACKET SCHOONER
CLEOPATRA.
WMi. HOL ES, MASTER.
Leaves St. Andrews Bay every Tuesdavy,
leaves Pensacola every Friday,
(weather permitting). Special atten-
tion will be given to receiving and
forwarding.freight tor narties living on
East and North Bay, passengers s for
points on either arm of the Bay can
depend upon searing prompt trans-
portation at reasonable rates. For
further information apply to
L. X. WARE & Co.. Agis

A Week's Weather.
The following table shows what the
temperature at St. Andrews has been
during the past week, from observations
taken at the livor office each morning


and noon: m o
Morn.
Thursday,....... l. May 13 70
Friday............ 14 75
Saturday......... 15 72
Sunday..... ... 16 "62
Monday........... 17 64
Tuesday........ 18 75
Wednesday...... 19 79


Noon.
84
82
83
80
81
81
82


HOOD'S Sarsaparilla has over and
over again proved by its cures,
when all other preparations failed, that
it is the One True BLOOD Purifier.

The New Holmnes Creek tSTI-'liiir.
Caryville Cor. Chipley Banner.
The new steamer, Vernon, which
is to run between Pensacola and
Vernon, has arrived from Geneva,
Ala., (where it was built) and is now
at the landing in Caryville prepara-.
tory to receiving the new machinery.
Capt. Juonas Davis and Mr. Collins
are here in ctaige of the beautiful
boat and are at work hurrying up
things to put the boat on the newt
line. The steamer is 93 foet long, 24
feel beam, including the guards, andt
has a very neat and,7 well arranged
cabin for the accominmdation of pan-
sengers and creir'-lt is exceedingly
strong and well bbilt,and is aen'rfect
mausirnVce of workmanship. Tlhe
citizens of Verun, and in fact every-
one interested, shonid feel -proud of
this handsonze-iflB-e6rtrr.

SUTar or Ojo, CITY or TEoLon, .
LuCAS Oounrv. (s.
FRA i J. Osanzv makes oath that he
isa he senior partner of the firm of-F. J.
CaOxtir & Co., doing business ;n the City
-of Toledo, county and state aforesaid, anil
that said firm will pay the rum of UNE
HUNDRED DOLLARS for each a-d
every Ceaue of CATARRH that cannot be
cured by ti" se ofH t*L's CaraaRa CURS.
FRANK. CHENEY.
Sworn to before., me and suseerilhed in
my presence, this tfh .ay of December,
1896. A L. E ASON,
fsteLl -.jJ ka ry .ublic.


I W. _
The County oinmtsiusoncrs.
The rterawn (itf iee of the tOinty
enmnioiuotters have 'expired, andt the
following gentleman, who have been
confirmed for Washington county,
will take their seats at the June
meeting: .
District No. l.-James M. Sitm-
nonsa. -
Dittrict No; 2.-W. T. Horne.
District No. -.-Jdff Ahiqderson..
Diatret N. 4.-Will'Am 31ilter.


The W Mp fVrints the
following I reg .old resident of
..'01Y'*"Fvoy, for many
years 1I. the epl e L., ff. A. &
C.I3-. here, ma #rd Chanm-
'earlaii: Ct ,id"TDrrhea
Remedy for t ger--Am never
without it i m Ieeonsider it the
best remedy of the manuftetured. r
take pleu in ren ecommending it'" It
is a specific .for all bowel disorders,
For sale ty L M. Ware & Co., St. An,
drews and Beybwada, and all medicine
4Ma..


LOCAL DRIFT.

-Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic and
Hall's Catarrh Cure on sale at Pio-
neer Drug Store.
-Wannamaker & Brown's samples
for Tailor Made Suits at L. M. Ware &
Co's. Calland get prices.
-Legal cap, comni,.-cial note
letter-bead papers and envelopes, either
printed or plain at the Buoy office.
-N. W. Pitts will pay the highest
market price, in cash or trade, for
green salted alligator hides. He wants
all he can get.
-"Lewis' men's aqd women's Ox
ford ties, from $1 to $2, and a nice lot of
patent tip low cuts at $1 a pair at at L.
M. Ware & Co's.
-All persons who are willing to help
arrange for Decoration services are re-
quested to meet at the Presbyterian
church next Saturday afternoon at 3
o'clock.
-A good big Tablet for 5 cts; a larger
one for 8 cts and a good thick school
tablet with 175 leaves for 10 cts; all with
handsome covers and good, ruled paper,
at the Buoy office.
-A number of young ladlj and
gentlemen went from ere
ti. aturdav at 1ar to


WVi=nrlf I respondents will please bear
iArind that their favorsimust hemailed
earlT enough to reach us not later than
Monday evening; otherwise they cannot
appear in the current issue.
-Messrs. Jno Sturrock, W. R. Wil-
ci,x, L. M. Ware, E. Sowles, W. A.
Etnmons and others went to Vernon
this week to attend circuitt court, which
convened there Monday morning.
-The Humphreys place northeast rof
Parker, advertised in the BUOY for
some weeks for salo, has been sold to a
gentleman in Colorado, who intends to
make his home there in the not distant
future.
S--'Wagoners and fish haulers can find
plenty of fish all the time and fish roe
and oysters in their season at W. H.
Shand's store, Parker, Fla.; also pleas-
ure boats for those wishing to make ex-
cursions to the Gulf or elsewhere.
-Mr. E. S. Blake, the popular rail-
road station agent at Chipley, and Miss
Berta Daniels were united in marriage
by Rev. Mr. iRodgers, at, the home of
the bride's mother in Chipley, on
Wednesday evening, the 12th inst.
-The St. Andrews Bav Horticultural
and Improvement Association is prepar-
ed to clear, improve and plant into fruit
any tract of land which may be given
them. It will pay all persons to buy a
tract from them and have it improved.
-If you are thinking of buying prop-
erty in St. Andrews or immediate vi-
cinity, you cannot afford to purchase
until you have conferred with the pro-
prietor of the BuoY. If you are short of
money and want to buy on your own
time for actual settlement you can be
accommodated
-. II H 1 fallULt .T-a>l .wf-'C li i"
extra copies of the BuOY containing
the description of St. Andrews Bay,
will understand that it is too late for
them to do so now, as only orders al-
ready in hand are provided for; but or-
ders for any succeeding issue which
reach us by Saturday noon will be
filled.
-No place in Florida or elsewhere
presents more or greater attractions to
the homeseeker than does the pictur-
esque village of Parker, on East Bay.
Every dollar invested there is sure to
multiply many fold, and the investment
can hardly be otherwise than a good
one. W. -H. Parker will take pleasure
in showing anyone around, no matter
whether you buy or aot.
--Everybody knows Ed. Smith, and
knows that besides being an A No. 1
bricklayer and plasterer, he is a-, en-
thusiast in fruit and vegetable culture,
and is never so happy as when he can
share his achievements with his friends.
This year he is at his old tricks, and a
day or two ago brought tlhe BUovtwo
mammoth heads of lettuce. either of
them almost as large as a barrel head,
and with them a good big mess of fine
Irish potatoes, the sight of which would
have been sufficient to have induced
St. Patrick to bestow his blessing upon
Lhe donor.
-Readers of the Buoy will remem-
ber the charges against Capt. Jesse
Ward, James T. Sykes and others for
blowing up and destroying two or three
lumber barges in Choctawhatchie Bay,
in summer of 1895. The defendants
saoeared in the circuit court of
n county ach successive term
e th ,nu d made a ufea of not
se came to tWrl,
aiti mistrial reau ted. At the recent
t"e- t DeFunia'x the ease again caine
up,Wd the defendants were acquitted.t
Capt. Ward is well known in St. An-
drews and all will be glad to learn that
he was not implicated in the destruc-
tion of the property for which he ,vas
arrested.
-Last week the BUOY urged the
propriety of commencing to make ar-
rangements for '"a Fourth of July cele-
bration, and this week it repeats the
suggestion, with the exception, instead
of being any doubt as to where the cel-
ebration should be held, it insists that
it properly belongs to St. Andrews, and
had the editor been at home it would
have so urged last week. Celebrations
have been attempted with more or less
success at several points since it has
been tried in St. Andrews, and it is
time we all came together for a good
time here. The brass band is now in


good practice, and has all the latest
new music, and that alone will be an
attraction no other place on the Bay
can command, and the Buoy believes
it speaks advisedly when it says that
every citizen will put the best foot for-
ward to royally entertain all who come,
and make the event a pleasant oune for
them. Who will make the first mnve '


L


great many remedies, but nothing did me
any good. The disease was very trouble-
some for 12 or 13 years. In the spring
I began taking Hood's Sarsaparilla
and after taking several bottles of this
mediclne,I was completely cured. Hood's
Barsaparilla also increased my weight."
F. P. REGISTER, Statesboro, Georgia.
"When my boy was three months old
he broke out with eruptions. He was
treate&by a physician and the eruptions
would. eal but would break out again.
We w *'ved to give him Hood's Sarsapa-
rilla N. d when he had taken two bottles
he w,/' cured. Eoefas had no trouble
w ith scrofulasT ,but is perfectly well."
JonN R:%) Shady Spring. \\. Va.
If you ha decided to try Hood s -;arsa-
parilla do be induced to buy any .t her.
Hood's S rsaparilla is the best, in fact,
the One e Blood Purifier. Sold by all
druggists. Price $1, six for f5.
-The "onv wa- in error in savyin,_


or Withe.-ill's new launch
feet in length; it should


Wilsox and Robt.
Willai cceded in capturing a fine
sea turtle Crooked Island Monday
night, w Lch they brou:nt t.- town
Tuesday l ing and butchered on
Ware's w The turtle would have
probably d 350 pounds, and i
the 1 firt .o0 tlit. has been (caliptiurd
thissea ---
l suggestion of J. C. Lipes,
who ad been elected superintendent
of the -organized Methodist Sunday
school, e organization was trans-
formed o a sininngin service trainin-
class. The class will meet every Sun-
day afternoon at half past four o'clock
in the M. E. church, and ev'ryl.ody.
both old.and young ,are cordially invi-
ted to attend. Prof. Lilpe "ill use tth
blackboard to illustrate priiuciples, afnd
give thorough drills in Sunday school
and church music.

The Youn's P,.-opl)es Baplti. ,t Unionn
m'.ets at the BIaptit t clihitrh every
Sunday at 3 .. in. All invited.
Regular weekly prayer meeting at
e Met hodnist t'he reh ever-y Wtdues--
day nig ht, to which all are invited.
The Y. P. S. C. E. meets every Sun-
day afternoon at 3:3o o'cl:ntk at the
Presbyterian chui-rch. All interested
in Christian Endeavor work are
earnestly invited to attend.
Memorial Exercises.
Decoration Day will be observed
on the preceding day, Saturday, May
29. The exercises v ill begin at 10
o'clock in the Presbyterian. church,
consisting of a solo and quartei:e by
the Pratt Glee Club, of Cromanton.
several recitations by young people
of St. Andrews, and a shirt oration
-* by r-;f-q- ".f p r. 5.-M T --*- T -, IT'-"- r
then march to the cemeteries to the
strains of ma.tial music by Messrs.
Pratt, where the exercises wi'l be
concluded. The brass band will dis-
course funeral dirges while the flow-
ers are being strewn on the graves.

Kirby County Defeated.
The vote in the house of represen-
tatives upon the division of Wash-
ington county, and creating the new
county of Kirby, defeated tLe meas-
ure, the vote standing 41 against to
10 in favor of it.

NERVOUS Troubles are due to
impoverished blood. Hood's Sar-
saparilla is the One True Blood
Purifier and NERVE TONIC.
Notice.
'lit examination Ilir teachers as
requnined by '.aw \ ill lie hIld at Ver-
ioI comlnelncillng at 9 o'-lock a. in.,
.11 thIe Sth (,f Jtune. Applicants
muts.ie sullppliel with cei tificates of
good mnunal character, ahiid with pa-


I'er,
will
o e


i.pi nd ink. The examination
la three- day.-', and the fee is
din W. C. LtCKEYd
unty Supei intendent.


The ,edy for Rliha na-
Ismn.
Fairhav .,) Register.
Mr. Rowland, of this village,
states or twettv-five years his wife
-has uffaere from rhcunmati.m. A
few go she was in such odain that
1A z y. She sent Mr.
Roe tj6hedoctor, ibut ie had read
of2Ota m ln' s'Paint Balm and instead
'of going f the physician he went to the
store and a ured a bottle of it.. His il',-
did not ap ove of Mr. Howlandl pin -
chase at hut nevertheless ;rpii-nl
tie Balm: ,iughlv anil in :In li hur's
time waq le to go to sleep. .: Ih nt-
applies it w.*never she feels ;i a ii. I or
a pain anld fiund"-t at it always iivi' r,--
lief. He says that no medicine ii,.'h
.sle hau nec ever did her as i.iuch g.%J.
The Q and 50 cent cize I'for salt: Ib
L. & Waire & Co.. St. Aindrens an:>'
Bavhebpnd all medicine dealer s.
Notice
Is hereby given to all parties holding
lalims against the -t.at.': o. JlAin c',n-i
stantife, late uf Washingtun cniiunty, .L-
ceased, to present Ihm tUin t Ili uinder-
signed administrator wiihin tt'l.
mont' s from tnhe date herirt', or thIe ,amie
will lipe arred i.v t1he y .ItiCt o linita-.-
tion. W. I. S I.N LETLAR, Admr.
April 14, 1697.
Dissolution Notice.
The co-partie Iihip heret-:.fore existing
under tlit n.inc )[ tihe Claik Tie Company
.-tv ,vn J. W. (Clark, S. E. Rice and H.
l\ L'.-s, is I hi ,ai lv kli- ..l it.
Tlie ulI.' iled -ill nut hI.ld themselves
liiable1 t,,r an Jdel.ls ur etiitracts whatso-
> ,--r t-'ontr.Lact. d ti\ ;ni'\ p. I,.IIn from this
date % ilh.u t a i i i tlI n crd,.r.
1. \V. ROSS,
S. E. RICE.
W ..lir,m,. I M : P :iI tI "


I


i i' Cl iii

t ith re.Itc
cialt lient

nihl the


c satis>factitii to a Ii-
irt. itt' of hi-. C,.,ln -t iici( '.,
( I hi, \ i w' s ,.,1i ti t i.:in-
"in, never th ele- th..-Ie dis-
e.s' can cn s.ule tlhemi-.el et
knowledlgeo that hi., alti-
bn is one ulf cnllscnientiolts-


N


in-as, anil 4lat his pai't rec''Il jnsti- |
tie- the e.Nie.titin that iln Inis ,'.tand
I,,I i t.'e c. nage ol sil ei hie ex bitl
ii. ut hier i. poesit inii than thI it ,I in-
gem'i..t' nllo:i1 colnsi tlein'y and enlin,i
wInch I't un I IS il.n i te' lly c ianti it. tetl
largely t 4 his ultimate .Icce.-.sA uovcr
hi cin e'mireitors.
Sit'lche'i Rut. l it.ll N.ill,,iy, of PI n-
'a'i."l,I, tl senator el.cet, \na. ,ti iin
N.,'vemLer 2, 184-, entered the culn-
i-dleiate a niy iln V ir'.ini., in tihe fall
n 1' . r -- -..


Dr.mics ncari
I If a


r ._The Elettion of S. M. Mallory. Linst year 17,500,'),
IfrOUneSO ie letter Ex-Cougrssoman S. M. Mallory's lo,,., eet iintl TI
_elcLion ti ti. United States senate St,ites l.v thle lii.-h.
Suffered for Years and Could Find as a result othe break of the dea'-
No Cure Until Hood's Sarsapa- lock on Ftiday lat, truly natrks a
rl:la was Tried-Scrofula Cured. notable epoc ill the history of Fl.- ,Let The WiVbolI
"I suffered with better on one of my i.la polities,.'and records a e.-uIlt
limbs just above the ankle. I tried a \lhich nine have piovocation to re-i et Know The Good
.. .. ... '' 'I _. I ~ *-I -a 1' 11 .


or desire tiUnone.
Thel ise for tle Iat sev(.al years
iII F'lou ida h as heen ,li i.lcl ,,n vv'ry
close lines, tlat of Calli-t % vs.
P['rgress, liicelih Ias at lng;iih le-
r-iilted in tli'victory ol Progress, andi
tlhe eternal retirement of tIlIohe hore-
sies whicl conti ibuoil to con.st iitute
lithe ilatl'.,rmu of M r. Call, i. e., anti-
ei.rporation absurdities, ei eilyv, lii,-
hotno:', tepiludiation ani all lie le-
mtiinig iMnis n1ecea-ay to ,ligu.-t
thlie reasonable anwl ben ib le citizen,
but no.v thliat they are a bygoneo
nii-taince no expatiati,.i is irequiiredi
as their epitaph.i.
SS inc i ti p iitae, it is true, inay Le
,'Xp iessed mat the ,i'.'len t li:ingieo
wlhicl afrjr-s toIk, as othlier candli-
(lates .y i a cator f.hollowiln were
then in nife field, whio chuli lied tlie
funde.t h,.; .-f ucces, yet from tIhe
ineru LIac.tl:hat a man of' :labiitvi aid
integrity unas the ch lice, l\'vers oi
lh:trn,'ry have amn;'le e'it'l e l t, c') ll-
r alt uIl;ite he itisel\ e .
M I. M. ,iy, it is tr'e, luoe, not


ICURECONSTIPATION

10 *, ALL .
25 504 DRUGGISTS
nT TmnrV I l to care any casoof constipation. Cascarets are the Ideal Laxa-
ABSuLuTiELY GUARANTEEDu tire. never grip or rripe.but cause easy uaturalresults. Sam-i
pie and book let free. Ad. STFRI. NO nIEMEiDY CO.. Chinrao. Montrealan., or New York. S11.4
*a*a-*as a***sS*- e *S&waSse nwes e'-* *


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s2 leave- Mont-tromery, 4:110 p.m.; Trdy.
':3 arrivts M'lint on:rv.n'', l:20 a.m :.Troy,.


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7:17 a.m. Ar Live Oak "' (1t p.m. 6:30 a.m.
9:1. a.m. High Springs 4:50( p.m. 4:55 a.m.
10:10 a.n. Gainesville 3:37 p.m. 3:45 a.nn.
12:..5 p.m. Ocala 1:30 p.m. 1:55 a.m.
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9 :20 a.m. '


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Lakeland
Tampa
Tamna Bay Hotel
Port Tampa
Punta Gorda


Ar 8:40 a.m. 9:25 p ni
Lv 7:15 a.m. 7:50 p.m.
" 7:00 a.in. 7:39 p.m
" 6:30 a.m. 7:10 p.m.
Lv 11:15 p.m. 4:15 p.:,.


Trains N.:s. '36 and 33 .carry Pullman Buffett Sleeping Cars between Cincinnail
a,,l .lacknnn nill'. Trains No'. 51 and 57 carry Free Reclining Chai- Cars etwe- n
Miint-',mirv aiTd a.ickin ille; also Pullman Buffett Sleepers between St. Louis and.l
Sort T.impa.t and St. L,,nii annl Jacksonville. For tickets or any information aply I
to any agfnt of' tIhe Plant System. Nos. 82 and 83 daily except Sunday. All oth -
ers daily v W.V. LIFSEY, Div. Pass Agt.


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t Cure Does
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EAE, baa Its victim at a
H .Always taught that
h isancurable, when the
symp tLdefined, the patient
become, W panic takes
lace. remed is found
and a curo ears suffering,
there is grei Jukb* and desire to "let
tho whole .4kow;' Mr. Laura Wine-
Inger. of Sel Kanasa, writes; "I desire
to let the w world know what Dr. Miles'
Heart Cure has done for
Djr. J me. For tena years I had
Heart pain inmy heart, short-
R ness of breath, palpita-
Rest tlon. pain in my leftside.
oppressed feeling inu my
*n*se* est, weak and hungry
spells, bad dream would not lie on either
side, was numb and suffered terribly. I took
Dr. Miles' Heart Cre and before I finished
the second bottle elt Its good effects, I feel
now that I am f recovered, and that Dr.
Miles' HleartOu saved my life."
Dr. Miles' Heart re Is sold on guarantee
that fL rst bottle be ita. or money refunded.
Dr Miles' Pala Pill"One centadose."


St. Andrews Poultry Yards,
G. \W. SURBER, SR., Prop.,
ST. ANDHEWS BVAY, FLA.
--Breeder of Pure-





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Chieago Journal: "'\Vhatdo they
mean Ly a 'conlfe'eone of thlie I.w.-

"That's a nmeeling which nea"h
attends in tlie hopo ,of bvenig-' a4.
t. guess what thoe othir, is iliiviig-
at l .


Totter, Salt-Rhenm and Eczema.
Thb intense itching and smarting inci-
dent to these diseases is instantly allayed
by applying Chamberlain s Eye and
Skin Ointment. Many very bad cases
have been permanently cured by it. It
is equally efficient for itching piles and
a favorite remedy for sore Dipples;
chapped hands, chilblains, frost bite
and chronic sore eyes. 25 ots. por box.
Dr., Caly'sB CoxtJOti f owder4, are
just. vhat a horse- when in 'bad
condMion. Tonic, purifier -and
vermifuge. T ey ot food t-


Everybody Says So.
Cascarets Candy Cathartic, the most won-
derful medieal'disco'ery of the age, pleas-
aunt and refreshig to the taste, act gently
and positively on kidneys, liver and bowels,
cleansing the entire system, dispel colds,
cure headache, fevr-r. habitual C-onstipation
and bhiiousness. Please buy and tiry a box
Ct. C to-day; 10, A, 50 cents. old an
giarea dJ.lgre by all druggists.


Lcading dealers
everywhe-e sell

FERRY'S SEE S
Do.'t ttawshe tose of time, labor and ground
t. The miarkei a full of cheanp
TlIS Sks i full of
ateatwea, the beat.; do not accept
.-V srfubatiitule. Seed Annutal Fr.
kD.' M. FERRY a& Co.,


medicine an '-be W

c e n t s p e r p ,. . "L E "
Fo r ,lu I d Ware & ,,C, St. n u dl Dollars Down!
,tr.- A B.y.v Mid BuylA mid all medicine 1(aft
dealers. B aRemainder on Easy Terms!
-..- l seiUre FIVE ACRES OF LANI', A

THE G i olus e Nearly all Furniishl
rill :*flxrrisou, Twenty Minute@ Walk front
NEW YORK WORLD, the Ba Five Minutes from
Y Watson Hayou.
THRICE-A-WEEK EDITION. For part'lars call on or address the
Scav: St. Andrews iBay. Fla.
18 Pages a We'ek. E ON EAST BAY
] G i'ape.,,s a Year. HOME EAD ON EAST BAY
it stands ....rst, onk"T- "papers FoSale Cheap.
in size. frequen-,v pAll.ation and The n ast quarte,- or lots 1, ti6 Ti
freshness, var ie J -- anilily of cou- fsecti ., township 4s, range 13w;
tents. It is pr:'-..- .llvy a r'ailiy atthe ~ un~ r cultiation, enclosed by
'low price of aw,- 1.i : arn.l i~'- vasti-. IOic et a e"-. dwelling house
iumi-,r'iber's, ex\ n g tin,> t.:".rv ista~n liAr .ni- t r1.19 i le buildingg, for-
and territni-v '-,' -|,, .nioI a nd foreign I' i" a .welling house by
countrit-. ,';ll .int.-b for tl-: ac racc y lr.L n Jo it. : o. 'I r". t eea and
and f:au - .e... i ,.- i ienijmus. gr vn VIlts iu ii m..ni-u.-i 4 y-
It i.-- -.1. :,',l,!i illustrated and nmone i n l i ;il l, -.cs,1d if' tak. i aC If r $100.
its bi n-i v'. .. s1 are La li, hi a tn'' ;I( ras n i -i. o1. ip .n u .tla..rs? address
pa"..'. r': ,i.i ".,:, tnark t, i-p. In-tI. t all ihe, T Ie v', at once.
litt--r f--t-.i,.n .n':' vi-,iep. nl a ii:- ------. ------- - --
eri- \ to cr ;i.. livii W1' A .TD
A i.:r'Ln ..- : '., i..v-"L ;;- h a: :,r.' (t'ui. n "
l)ilu'., Ji-,in,_. K. .I' _' .t StanloVey Vi! ;:t- top n.a-lr t I',1'i,'e for W HITE
W.Mnran. Mary E. Wilkiin., Anthony HEIm{)N a uW 't l L t l s.
[Iopt. Brtt Harte, Brander Matthews, GREEN SALTED ALLIGATOR SKINS
et,.., ,-I,. and SI.EA lHRDS (and Fur in Sea-,on).
\ ',-..iti-r th; h in luniqualed ues.paper andil rite f'r h l .rices.
Tlh,. i' ,.. i it... i'. (,W' e:l' lfor $. 7.- L(.OUIS 1 5 ErN. (onn-nii-,ion
th: r,-..l,,ir ,,I, ..r;ption price f4 the t o Mler.'hant, lill Bk.,-i au St.,
.....i.. ; ,1 ..l i rNew York City.


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Fee ani Sale Stable,




CHIPLEY ST. ANDREWS BAY HACK LINE,

Chipley, Florida.


A.. CT -. -_Y. IPOPIETOR. I .- W. G.A.y, MANAGER,


Parties en route for St. Andrews Bay or other points
can arrange for conveyance at reasonable rates by ad-

dressing, A. J.6AY, Chipley, Florida.

R. F. BRACKIN. | CA-Sfl ST)-RE. .I W. L. BRACKIN.


R, F. BRACKIN & SON,
E. ALKfRS IN


Culf SteaiflshI. ip







Captain, JAS. E.CLARK.
PURSER, H. A. DORR.


Mobile to Carrabelle, via Pensacola, St. Andrews

Bay, Cromanton and Apalachicola.


255 Tons Burden. Passenger Capacity 50.
PASSEBG ERB hA'T'ES:

Mobile to JSt Andrews Bay and 5 00 St Andrews Bay to Apalachicola.. 2 50
Apalachicola ....... 7 00 Carrabelle..... 3 00
Carraelle ............ 8 00 Apalachicola to Carrabelle........ 75

EAST BOUND. WEST BOUND.
LEAVE. ARRIVE.
5th, 15th and 25th at7 p.m.. .Mobile....... Moile 12th, 22d and 2d a.m.
7th, 17th and 27th p.m... St Andrews Bay and ...th, 21st and 1st a.m.
8th, 18th and 28th a.m..........Apalachicola.......11.th, 21st and 1st p. m.
ARRIVE. IEAVE.
it'h, 19th ua.nd 2'.,th a m. .......... .Curi b hlie .... 0th, 2th and 30th noon


Connects at Apalachicola with steamers up Chattaboochee River. At,
(Carrabelle with . T. & G. Railroad lfor Tallahassee.
For further information, frei,. ht rates arid speCial rates for large parties
address, H. A. O)RIt, 1- urser, Mobile, Alabama.















Thursday, May 20, 1897.
ST. A DR \\
PRICES CURRENT.
Corrected by L. M. Ware & 6o.)
GROCERIES.
lugar, n9 lth Tea, lp It
Granulated .....6)Y He No....... 75
Coffiee,A. .... 6 Gunpowder.. 80
Lt brown..... 5 Uncol'd Jap.. 50
coffee, dond milk, '" can
Green.... 12@20 Unsweetn'a.12-
Browned...20@30 Sweetened... 81/
j4inger snaps... 10 Biaking powder,
)rackers,,soda.. 7 Royal ........ 50
Tobacco, plug 25a50 Campbell ... 10
1aisins Cdnt.ed t'ruit "
London layers.. -l12 l'eachlis .... I5a'2O
ValenR cia...... 8 Tomatoes ..... 7alo
lice. .......... 5 Apples........ 1I0
kpples Pears ......... 15
Evaporated.... 10 Plums ........ :25
Dried Peaches 8 Apricot ........ 25
Coal Oil prgal .... 15 Strawberries. .. 20
gasolinee ..... 20 Pineapple ...... 20
lorida Syrup... 50 Canmed Meats
tofl y,....... lX00
A1t, egfr. ........ JU Cornea Be
'heese pr lb .... 15 Chipped Bee ..
Butter ........ 301) Lobster ....... -)
Lard .... .... .6 Salmon .... ... 15
Beans........... 4 Canned Vegetalibes
Cocoanut pkg... 10 Baked Beans.. 15
FiuitPnddine... 10 Corn. ....... 121
Jelly, glass.. 15a25 Pena..i....... 15
Lime Juice...... 50 I'uuipkin ..... 15
Eggs per doz... 15
PROVISIONS.
Flour Pork
9 0 NY2.... 2,75, D.S. pr lb......6
Majesticd.... 2.90 Bacon Sides.....6O
horn Meal prlu 50 Fresh ....... 8aI0
>at Meal pr 1b... 5 Br'kf'st Bacon. II
aornperltu.........53 Ham canvassed 13
Potatoes Shoulders..... 10
Irish. ..... 75 Beef
Early R'se seed 1.20 Corned......... 8
Sweet. ...60@75 Fresh ........ 8alO
3alt, pr sack.. . 75 Dried ........ 25
Table ......... 5 Milk pr qt...... 10
HARDWARE.
Nail,, per b31.aie Ax,with handle. 1.00
Galv wire do,6tia6ij Hoes, each.... 35a50
Manilla rope. .'9al2Copper paint, can 50
Stoves cook,. .$,._ia5 Linseed oil, gal.. 6-5
Pipe, per foot 15
DRY GOODS,
Pripts, per yd.. 5a Chacks ........ .5a
Sheetings .... 5a9 Flannel. ..... 15a4
luslin ....... 9all Thread per spool. a
Jeans. .... .15a45 Shoes, ladies. il$275
Extra pants pat 2 -25 Men's... $1 40a300
MISCELLANEOUS.
Hay pr cwt. .75al.0O Oats pr hu..... 40
Brau ....... 95al.05 Brick pr M ..... 13 00
Rope Sisal ..... 7@9 Lime pr bbl...... 75
FRUIT and NUTS.
Oranges pr doz... Pecans pr lb..... 15
Apples........ 12 Walnuts. ....... 20
TLemons ......... 30 Almonds ... 15
OYSTERS
4n shell prl,000 1.50 Opened pr qt .. 15e
LIVE STOCK.
-Horses... $80al00 Cows....... $15aa$25
Mules... $100a$155 Hogs... .... $3 to $4
Oxen.. pr yoke $40 Sheep.......... $2
POU LTRY
C'hickenseach 15a25 Geese each. 45a50
l'arkeys. ... 75al.00 Ducks....... 15a20
GAME.
Venison, pr lb 7al0 Turkeys...... 75al.00
- FISH.
Vresah Salt
Mullet pr doz 25c Mullet pr bbl 5.00 (
Trout........., 25 Trout........ 4.50
Pompano pr lb.. 6 Pompano .... 10.00 t
Sturgeon...... 10 Mackeral .... 8.00
LUM BER.
Flooring, Ceiling.
5aatrt, j m...$16 (.00 Heart, V n m...$14.00 \
Face ... 14.00 Face ... 12.00
Sap ... 10,00 Sap ... 10.00 d
Drop siding, Clapboards, (
Heart face Win 15.00 1ix6 in. n. ...$12.00 [
uSao "e 10.(00 Finishinig lum- -
Bufflumlber.. 8@1(2 )er, d. $12@1 5.00 s
Heart shingles, 2.50 Lath, m .... 2.00
Sap 1.50 Boat lumber,
dressed ....$20


GBR MES


HARRISON. ions forces of wealth to anything G. B. THOMPSON, J. G- JOHNSON,
Special to the Bioy like the extent to which thov are en- K'
E. Smith is sui, ffering il sre titled oesilould trz,;vl1alkeep ,,,, ls0Mov
eyes. esc-8a (1d (,::1F o.4o1-1.
Louis Campl,.ll is ,,n tlihe -irk list .1 few li. L ,,g, th. writ, r tr,,vel,.i, HAVING P'R 'HASED AN INTEREST IN THE,
this week. over the tae .somiie 700 niles, an il ll
Deputy Shlrifl Danford was in our tl-e course of his journey conversed
burg last Saturday. freely wvith people who are doing the I
\V. C. Pratt, of Cromanton, was olk oF developing the 4tate's re- Two Miles East of St. Andrews, are now prepared to furnish firsk-clasi
at the mill on business Monday. sources, and to say that the trip was
James Wise and G. B. Tkompson an eye-opener would be no exaggera- E Y BT E .3 R
are attending court at Vernon this tion. First, it soon became evident .
week that the state is rapidly filling np, Either Rough or Dressed,
The Harrison saw mill is again new homes are being erected on all IN ANY QUANTITY AT REASONABLE PRICES.
able to toot her whistle; everything sides; new towns a e springing up
now is in first-class running order, and in places recalling the west in its
The new East Bay road Fomn Har- palmiest days of gro th. The build- S jI--II'-.TC-L-ES AND I/IOCTL3-DI2T(C2-S.
prison to St. Andrews has at last been ing up of Miami intone year from a THOMPSON & JOHNSON. PPOPRIETORS, Hlairain, Flo ida.
completed, which makes it much wilderness to a beea iful, progressive
nearer and better traveling for people city with all mod en improvements,
traveling over the ruad. %ith some of the fines h in the e TnI
The lar. ison Sund ay school i. l,,d, with many f aved
progressing nicely. There areL -treets,s su rely an in n, and a ll I
scholars enrolnled, and '] in- arug one, too, of great gress.
creasing botlh i, it un- But in looking or f "ealt In the Robb Building, Isabella St., West
bers. All are in' we should never forg hat Mother

as t o Earth i 1 C H A S .' A A R M S 'r Fib
a e e %s to where all ,at is trilv of intri Wo t,1 o to
We bould celebrate the Fonth of niai.kind. Slhe suppl l lh Food Has Opened out a C H 0 I C E ST 0 C of
Jnly, would sugge.4 Harrison, as I and raimintI, with woof oal to o
know of no better or prettier place keep us warmi, an with ., con- GR 0 CERI ES AND PRO VISV 0 ,S
on the Bay.- \'A have one of the struct the tools fo r daily, r' y use. To be sold 0 [- A. ~ :' 0 1 0A.S -, ~ 'y- _
most lovely parks in Florida, and for Now, the tloenlitle.s w" V, "Yes,
boat acing o better scope of bay but hat will th ie y, And lie invites the patronage of all who appreciate GOOD GC -S and
boat racing no better scope of bay but what will the sterile sadly plains
can be found than off the shores of of Florida produce?" It i. to over- REASONABLE PRIJES.
Harrison HELLO. colne, in a nle:i ure' such a foolish FRESH BREAD, PIES AND CAKE, BAKED EVERY D .
idea that this article i .4vritten, The
CROMANTON. writer ha.s cultivated wlh:at and corn
Special to the Buoy, \inthe great western t-iates, ie has E PantroI QnrI Pan ineiikv
Sleiman BWalkley leaves for the cultivate( grapes and arden truck 0 rid 1Central U Peninsular
west this week. inthe east, and sweet potatoes in A.. I ,L R, 0 A-. :D
Misses Lydia E. and Gracie Day Tennessee, but in no'other state in
spent Sunda in St. Andrews. the union where he has had experi- New Florida and Northern Air Line and Florida
Marion White, jr., arrived by the ence will the same amount of labor TR UN K L I N E.
steamer on a visit to hisparents and care produce results equal to Time Table in Effet, Jan 21, 1897.
The boys are catching some fine those that Floria can and does pro- Table in Effect, Jan 21, 1897.
trout now. Joe McReynolds landed every ( Name it? Why the
one weighing 6A pounds, Idaily paper; are constantly full of it. .N O RT ER. N .O ,
daThe teaer Alpa arrived lotn- For instance, twenty-five acres of to- x NORTHERN POINTS C
day morning and discharged freight atoes at Lemon City, five miles -___
at the C. & M. wharf for Croman & this side of Miami, result 14,000 4 00p ...... 8 20a 11 00a 6 553 Lv..Jacksonville..Ar 3 30p 9 00a .... 9 12i
Maur, and H. B. Smith of Pitts- 4 48p ..... 9 00a 11 40a ...... Lv..... Yulee.....Ar 2 47p 8 27a .... 8 27p
Maugor. crates f the ve' best, selling for 5 20p ...... o 35a 12 15p ...... Ar. ..Fernandina.. .Lv 11z) 10p 7 45a .... 7 50p
burg, and N. W. Pitts of Parker. $28,000; five acres of beans near 6 35p ..... 10 37a 1 09p 9 Op Ar.. .. Everett.... Ar 1 09p 6 40a .... 6 35p
Rev. Smith preached in the Bap- $e an s n 7 30p ...... ......2 10p ...... Ar...Brunswick...Lv 12 lOp ............ ....
Rev. Smith preached in the Bap- Melbourne cleared $700 without an ...... 4 00p 12 18p 2 44p 11 10. Ar.. ..Savannah .. .Lv11 32p 5 00a ... 4 33p
tist church here one day last week. effort, and many of the neighbors did ......* 00p ii 26p 2 56p 11 20p Lv... Savannah .. .Ar II 2p 4 50, 10 a 4 25p
While fishing from the wharf lie even better; to acres...... 9 30p 2 10 4 40p 1 20a Ar..Fairfax S C..Lv 9 35 3 00a 603a 2 20p
..even better; two acres of .scuppernon. g ... .. ...... 2 53p 5 22p 2 17a .Denmark S C.. 8 51 2 17a 430a 1 35p
landed a six-pound trout. The trout grape; at Moultrie, near St Angus- *-............... 10 45p 8 10a "..Augusta Ga.. 6 20 ...... .... ......
was nearly as hard to land as a St. i l, cost $ 4 18p 6 44p 3 533 .Columbia S C. 7 27a 12 47a .... 11 55a
tine, cost $5 an acre for fertilizers ...... ...... ...... ...... 10 45a "Spartanburg S.C ...... 5 20p ..........
Andrews Baa sinner, and half that much more for care,and ................. ...... 14i Asheville N C. ...... 2 05p .. .....
A number of young people from St. ...... ...... 8 20p ll 00p 8 50.u .Charlotte N C. 5 a 10 15p .... 9 25a
returned the producer $1,000. ............ 9 36p 12 05n 10 47., iSalislbury N C. 3 55a 8 50p .... 8 17a
Andrews gave Miss Gracie Day a Now these are but incidents that. *****...... 0 44p 1 18a 1-' 1.i. Greensboro N C 2 33a 7 37p .... 7 04a
urpiise visit the otier evening. The i........... 2 00p 2 40a 1 "-\ ..Danville Va.. 1 12a 6 20 p .... 5 50a
p is vi t t r e T occur to the mind without special ...... ..... 6 OOa ...... (4 4a' .Richmnond Va. ...... 12 00 .... 2 OOa
party consisted of Mrs. Nellie West, study. One could fill a volume with ......... 1 .-a 4 4s .Lvnehhlurp Va. l .?)p 3 55p .... 3 40a
"se Z de en .. .. .. )'J _ .-_. ... I-.. p lip .... I 55a
1isses Zadie Bennett, Ayrta Maxon, such examples to prove, if it were .i....... 9 1 45a W .I.,ashi5:gtn.. 9 5p 1 1 15a .... 10 43a
Susie Baker, Jessie Mitchell, and necessary, tha the soil of Florida is ........... 8 00a 1 08a ...Baltimore... 5 00p 9 42a .... 9 20p
Chase. Menitt, John and \esle ............10 15a 1 18p 2 u ..Philadelphia.. 12 3( p 7 20a .... 6 5,5p
Steering with wealth; and te only .......... 12 43p 3 53p 6 2 ...New York.. 2 10n i2 15p .... 4 30p
Gwaltney, Robt. Baker and Bert wonder is that tens of thousands do- -... .... 9 00n ...... 3 00p .... Boston .... ...... 5 00p .... 9 O0a
Ware. ry hitel to Train No. 33 arrives Jacksonvtile 10 50 a m, Yulee 9 25 a m, Everett7 am daily
S'ot hurry hthe to gather in thle 37 Yulee 7 35a m, leaves Fernandina 10 55 a m, daily ex Sun.
The entertainment t at the Croman riches so abundant. That they will
iomre on Saturday nihlit was a spl eni- io so no e candoo, tThatote il. a el, for CINCINNATI-JACKSONVILL. Chicago, Toledo, Detroit, Cleveland, Louis
ioie, t i an do so none can doul t who travel, fol ville, Nashville, Indianapolis.
lid success, both socially and fiinan- you cannot lon conceal a gold mine Leave Jacksonville 8 20 -im., 6 55 p.m. Arrive 9 00 a. m. 9:12 p m.
ilally. Mrs. Croan had her house Arrive Everett 10 37 an. 9 05 Leave 6 43 (6:35 "
y. use ie, once you have uncovered the Macon 4 45p.s 1:55 a.m. 1 40 a. m. 10:25 a.m
au ti fully decorated Ior the occci- oglittering metal. Atlanta 745 pa 430 ll:10p.m. 7:-0 "
ion, anid the music furnisthed bLy tile No tnera visitors are daily carry- Arrive Ch'tarcga a 9:25 a.m 6:15 "' 12:10 "
mrchlestr'i was excellent an I enjoyed ing home tales of what they have Cininnati 7 10 p.m 8 30 a. m.
y all. By the way, we have an or- see here, and the time is s leedily, HOLLY SPRINGS ROUTE. ASHEVILLE ROUTE.
Memphis, St. Louis, and Kansaspity. Through Pullman Sleeper
hostra that e ar justly proud of, coming when cotton, sugar. oranges, 6 55 p.mLv Jacksonville, Ar. 9a.m. Between Jacksonville and Cincinnati.
(ilo)posed of the following persons: gn.apes, pineapples, tobacco, and 530a.m l Atlanta Lv ll0p.m. 655pm Lv. Jacksonville Ar. 900am
is Hattie Pratt, at the piano; tho s of other thing sel 1205 p.m Birmingham 420p.m. 1120pm Savannah 450am
i attie Pratt, a the 1 pi ; th nds' othe things sfl o .15 p.m "Holly Springs So'a.m. 3 55am Ar Columbia 1247am
i-s Gracie Day and Arthur Pratt, mankind will each add their quota to 716a.m St. Louis 80Op.m. 10 45am Spartanburg Lv 520pm
ar; Misses Bell Pratt and Daisy t ro ity aid fflen of Fr 1115a.m Chicago 400p.m. 1245pm Hendersonville 300pm
i; the prosperity and affluence of Fllor- 10i20 pm Ar Memphis Lv 5 30 a.m. 140pm Ashevilln 205pm
iunpert, mandolins; Willard Pratt ida. Possibly, probably, it will be 520 p.m Kansas City "105foam. 421pm Hot Springs 11 am
id E. C. Day, yiilins. Mrs. Nellie e th state excels in rnred oection at Kansas City for Holly 7 25pm Knoxville 8'15am
years ere the state excels in garnered Springs, only one cha.-ge of sleeper. 4 25am Lexington 10 45am
West and Miss Daisy Rupert each riches, but in health and happiness 7 15am Cincinnati 800pm
euderod some excellent music on the she is now equal to, if not in tlhe lead,
)iano. The following persons from of all others, ad her invitation to T AND WEST FORIDA NDNEW ORLEANS. Dai.
it. Andrews were present: Capt. L. those less favored in this resp ct is 900am Callahan 4 15 pnm '
4. Ware, Messrs. Gwaltrey and beingacapted farand near 920pm 915am Jacksonville 735am 415pm
.Wae, LT k sr. w aie Tr being aepted ta and near. S. 10t15pm 945 am Ar Baldwin Lv 645am 3 :n 7 pm
rife, Look and wife, T'iskett and St. Augustine May 8. 1137 pm 10 53 am "' Starke "' 5 17 am 2" 2: rm


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vife;Mesdames eWell, Parker, Nellie 1211 am 1120 am Waldo 440am 2_' ,WI
West; Mi.'ses Lee BDo"ck, Myrta "It is the Best Ei ." 11100 am 2 20 or Gainesville 11350 at 111,3 am 0
aIxi:i, Mar ion Wilion, Jessie Mitch- That is what Edward's & rker, mer- 1255 am 211 n Hawthorne 3 50 am i'9m
ll; Me.- B:S. hn amnd Wesley .t chants,' of Plains, Ga., say Chamber- 130 am 1340 'rI Ci ptra 308 am 12'14) riom
I.lain's Pain Balah, for- ei. it n1..1 8 53,0 am 4 47 pm Orlando 7 20 m 835 am
e, Chase. *Merritt, L. Wa3re,0jr.ahack, deep sseated andi 1 32pinFmm ocaa 145 am 11 55

pi'eset, amid I ain suri-e %Vwve wereI1 and B3:vhead arnd alt nit-unciie 520 am 01 pm Leesburg m 10 ;.0 pm 1u222am 2
850am 447pm Orlando 7 20pi;n 8 35am
IxXX 1120am 512pm Winter Park t2 55 m 810 am
4444am 313pm St. Catherine 10 58pm 1n 13 am
S i the time to our 519am 338 pm Lacoochee 10 33 pm 9 52 a
o e tme t rd, 527am 3 53 pm Dade 0t m 10 13E p) 9 37 am
Id. -te- -.r 20 am 446pm I Unt(ity 806 pin 848am
m- M 7320am .5320onm m TaAmn0. 0 Qm. oC. .


m- --- -.11_--- m ,oe tor te purposWl h0.ouaua5c of
I UJST AS COOD FORADULTS. gr- 't cures prove that it ig-the One True
WARRANTED. PRICE 5 tS. Blood Purifier.
GALATIA.JLLS., Nov.16,1 M. 'od's Pills are tie nvor r ,mil, ea-
Paris Medicine Co., St. Louis. Mo. Hood's Pills a e (he ftvoritmil ca-
Ger s dls ar 611 Cd o thi-rtic and hlier medicine. Prtee25c.
bought three pross already this year. n all our e.
perienre of It years. in Ibe drug buasnes- have
never sold an article ihal gave sueh universal saa. Florida's Ulideveloiped Wealthi.
lacLlon as your Tonic. Your truly, Cor. Florida Citizen.
ABNE;Y,.CABL&CO.n.
Recently a gentlenmn of iniitlli.
Comnmissioler's Sale. gence and close observation iwas
The under gned having been appoinried heard to remark: "1 believe the
by D D. Melvin, county judge oi WVanh- State fFloida will sm day be one
ington county, commissioner in the matterf Florida will some day be one
of the estate of William H. Glover, de- of the wealthiest states in the
ceased and ordered by said court to sell, Union." It s eied lik ea thought-
either at public or private sale, for the A
purpose of settlement and final division less bstatelemen',fo rsomle of the north-
with the heirs and administrator of said ave millions whee Flo
estate the lands known and l.-,e, orn bf 1av millons where' Flor-
follows, to-wit: the north half an.d south- ida .as hundreds, but all should re-
west quarter less one acre, more or kls bi ta t
of ethe northwest n areter or eti,' s m olber that time has many changes
10, township 4s, range 14w,, I mill in i. it.te, and this remark, which
pursuance of said order, unl. b-asid prrP.,- ,d so a ,
erty is sooner dipoaed of'. oft-r the st..ne ,me" h y, may have been
at public Pale at the 'rronl door of' the iompte.l by good judglement, At
daBuoy officthe 27th da of clockk. d h e'at all must consider that there are
day, the 27th day of M31:1r. and s 11the.
same to the highest and -'lest .,idderfor possibilities here of no ol dinary nal-
cash, reserving the right to rij ct a"
chaeasenably lowe bidghty ordejC saan lure, that only require development
unaieasenably low bid, bly order of said
court. W. A. EMMONS, Co-n-missiouer, to create surprise. Tobacco is one,
the orange another, the pina pple is
*AN:CECRA R"D still another, and the pr'odniee of the
lDiseasesCURED wi hout those of track farms is not fmr behind To
Sknife.Question Blank ant Book free. Cal
i orwrite D. II. B.BUTTS, r
3 i s. Sef. 'tt Is.Mo realize the magnitude of these vain-


Sand health tnm
i,11: 'are included e
making of H
Rootbeer. The
ration of this gr
perance drink isind event
ofimportance million
well regulate homes.



(i Rootbeer
is full of good health.
i Invigorating, appetiz-,
% tiuing, satisfying. Put
i j | some up to-day and
1,, have it ready to put
down whenever you're-
i ,',, thirsty.
,Ii ',ll ',i)i. Made only by The
iLII't 1 Charles E. Hires Co.,
'II { Philadelphia. A pack-
age makes 5 gallons.
Sold everywhere.
PARKER'S CINCER TONIC
abates Lung Troubles, Debility, distressing stomach and
female ills, and is noted for making :ures when all other
treatment fails. Every mother and invalid should have it.
PARKER'S I
HAIR BALSAM I
Cleanses and beautifies the hall.
Promotes a luxuriant growth. I
Never Falls to Restore Gray
Hair to its Youthful Color.
Cure scalp diseases & hair fallinK&
5Sc, and $1.00 at Druggists
HINDERCORNS Theonlysure Curefo,
V.- Rtnna nil'_ aii n- x-P wl kina vll_- -- fin. &*tVruirffiz


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Western Division and New
Lv Jacksonville
Ar Lake City
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" Madisou
" Monticello
" Tallahassee
" Quincy
" River Junction
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" Mobile
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ST. ANDREWS BAY, FLA.

a Full Line of Drumg), t I


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IIBW Ml1iW TT1!ff


NoU


W. Pitts,


Having purchased a new and extensive stock


OF GENERAL MERCHANDISE

Have opened up the same in the store re-

cently occupied by Osgood Parker, and
invite all old friends and the pur-

chasing public to call and
EXAMINE OUR STOCK AND PRICES
Before Purchasing Elsewhere. All kinds of

COUNTRY PRODUCE bought and sold.
Don't miss the place, PARKER on EAST BAY.


W. PARKER.


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,ANDREW

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Have Opened up ,


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IN

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W. D. PARKER.



BAY.


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IN THE



Russell Store Building.
Come to see us and get our prices. It will
pay you.


S Chicehester's Engiflsan Diamond Brand.
ENNYROYAL PILLS Geo. S. Hacker & Son,
s Original &ad Only Genuine. I
A? always reliable. LADIES ask
SDruggist for t icheter nglish Deia l '
mond Brandin Red andGaold metallic
boxes, sealed with blue ribbon. Take
I another. -es dangerous sb.stitu i" .
I- ions and imitations. At Druggist, Or send 4c.
in stamps for particulars, testimonials ad
li lOhe Tett iminiais. Vame PaperT UFI UA lUl P. iS
S ld i ebytorClemlcalo.,MadlDio:!ionQar,*>


A M1AP

Of tha City of St. Andrews,
GrItten lup with great care by tlhe
pibl'isher, vwh, has lpared no pains
to l4prop re r"',Ir thte lalilic :; m a1p of
St. A idr',, r'- I- it lvall i-4. It shows

FOUR MILES OF COAST LNIE,
Fxitndirig east war, r I from Dyer's
I'oiiit, taking in thle O1,1 T..wn site ot
St. Andrews, and gives Ieation of*
public business places, private resi-
dences, docks, etc., als' every lot in
each block anid the a..joining a,.Ii-

Bd with a full idT'se iItiounno he

H 1ap will show owners of lots
.-jmst where they are lo-
fyd is of value to those think-
uying property.
of Map 30x50 Inches.
BUOY will send this map to any
address on the receipt of
O N 'DOLLAR.
giver, as a piremiumfer 5 yearly
I alise0 Dtlions.


Sleeping Car Service. PERLY WILSON,
Nos. 31 and 32. New York and Florida Limited, solid Vestibuled Train, very
elegant, with compartment, observation, dining and Pullman sleepers, between fPHOToGRAPH ER,
New York, Jacksonville and St Augustine. 1' 110TJ OG Al-L"JI1 li)
Nos. 35 and 36, Fast Mail sleepers between .Now York and Jacksonville: also A
carries the Cincinnati and Florida-limited via Everett, a solid vestibule train, Gallery on MAGNOLIA STREET;
and the Cincinnati sleeper via Asheville; also the St. Louis sleeper. North of R rackin & Son's Sore.
Connection for Chicago at Cincinnati or Holly Springs; only one change of Northof.P Brackt & Son s Store.
sleeper. ,
Pullman passengers for Atlanta proper should take the St. Louis sleeper. Pictures, either Pesons1 or Land-
Nos. 1 and 2 through Pullman sleeper between Jacksonville and New Orleans. escapes, First-Olass in Every
Only through sleeper line between these points.
tDaily except Sunday. [lThis train does not run Monday. $Connections at Particular. Satisfaction Guaran-
Tampa for St. Petersburg, Manatee River and Key West and Havana steam- teed in Every Instance-
ers. Steamer Manatee for all points on Manatee river. At Starke for La-
crosse. At Waldo. steamer for Melrose. Connects at Tallahassee for St. Marks, Views of all interesting scenes nf
Carrabelle and Apalachicola. ('unnert.s at River Junction for Chattahooche the Bay c for PRICES
River steamers. Connects at Ocala for Homosassa. Connnects at Fernandina the Bay country for sdle- PRICES
for Cumberland Route Steamer to the Is hands and Brunswick. All baggage REASONABLE.
will be checked from Union Depot. Tickets 'bill still be sold at the city ticket
office, 202Hogan st., as well as at the Union Depot ticket office. g-No Work Done on Satuirdays.
Ticket Agent 202 West Bay street, corner Hogan, Jacksonville Fla. ntn Wo can think
R. W.CAMPBELL, Passenger Agennt W. antea-An ueat thingtoatent?
WALTER G. COLEMAN, General Tr veling Agent. Jacksonville Protect your idea; they may bring you wealth.
N. S. PNENINGTON. Tramffi Mir. a O.MA, rlftbn O r.r e Write OHN WEDDERB RN &CO., PatentAttor-


MF L .1N ) ,MUUIJJ. ?, jiiljl


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U111


'Our Clubbing List.
The BUO b has made %(ry liberal club-
bing arrangerrneenlts titl a fea uo the very
bcI.t publications in the count r% and t'or
Ihe present can send I'ui a whole k. ir
The BUO(Y and
The Florida tCiiizen, daily -for. .. 7 00
I lie Florida Citizen,we. klv,t'or...$1 55
Leslie'A Weekly .,. 'I 00
Scinilifle Ainmerican' .... 3 50
Farmer and Fruit Grower ... a 55
Floiida Agriculturit *' .. 2 55
do c luli.of 5. eaclh .. 2 *25
Finrm Journal, Phoilmad'a. monthlly 1 10
Cincinnati Enquirer twice a week
8 large pq, ',e e:rch is, ...l 1 70
A lanta Cornsit titor '. . I 0
N. Y. WorldthiJ~ ca w.','Ql )..... 1 75
For any or eihtsti aIove ullica-.
tions in connection wi Phr C[t1Y,-.ad-
iress all orders to Tj'SJUOV. 0 -
St... ... -. Fla.


Farmdale and '1 wahitchka

HACK LINE.
From now on I am prepiredi o Fdarr.
paihsengi.rs. either wany, it-tcnn FiiiM.
dale aind Wewnhilclika, To avoid all
possil'ilily of rissina g coneio o ens notify
a few days in advance bIy letter. addressed
to me at Fairmdale A. DYBDALL.

A pacMage of 9 1tnai,
L Vic dee rca e fnervoul debility '
d Sl oI'st vb'a21y s'at Sree for 12 ceat|


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Diamond 1)yes, Trusses, Syringes; .

PAINT BRUSHES, FANCY AND TOILET
ARTICLES.
DR, J. J. KESTER, D uggist.


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NORTH BAY LUBER COMPANY

BAY HEAD, FLA.



T. TOMPKINS & CO.
ARE PREPARED TO FtURNISH

Rough and Dressed Lumbor of All Grades.


THE PATRONAGE OF THE PUBLIC SOLICITED
g 'Term s cash or endorsed notes.


Do You Want


XXT 4k IR W 30
OR A
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Secure one or More Good Residence or Business




'Or a Fivekcre Frait Tract
ao-o ''^
Ini Elar'k er, lNa,.


Being a PRACTICAL y'. 28 1;, I am prepared to furnish

SURVEYS, MAPS AND CHARTS
On the Shortest 'oihiblo Notice.

Assessment and Pavment of Taxes,
Will be Given Prompt, Personal Attention
CALL ON
W. H. Parker,
Real Estate Deaier.
Parker, FlI.


LOOK


HERE!


Yo GCan't Afford to Miss This ghancl!
Having Purchased the Stock of (joof ,. ii tihe Si'r;at "~ . .


I am Making Constant Addintions Thereto and Propose to

SELL FOR CASH, A ONE PRICE


*rvc~


All!


At the Lowest Living Margin of Profit.

Ant Treat Every CUstomr Alite and Courteously.
Call and See My Coods and Cet My Prices.

W.H. S HANDS,


PAR KER


FL A-


he STANDREWS BAY



Hor.c.tRaOla B I lpoM elot


!W9W)040fLCtoftion3


ORG.


ED JANUARY. 9 1892.

I improve the Country adjacent to St


M r .r 0llOU-ey
T.icaonlmp isi thi thie Associatio proposes to Sell Lands in tractsof T
and-a-half rnd FiveAeres to such p ies only as will improve them
Kreationof HolIses. Fences and such Perianc-nt Improvements as will
value of each trat so disposed of, and particularly to
Plant them out in Trees, Plant.-, an,.! Vines,
To the end that in the shortest practicable time every su'h tiacl shall lie a
Source of Revenue to its Owner.
AS TO RELIABILITY OF THE ASSOCIATION-
The first question which will naturally be asked will be: "Is this A s'
clation reliable"? And the answer to it is: Any person employing the Associat
to make improvements may deposit ai ap;,roxinmate payment of the estimated cost
the same with any responsible business man or firm doing 1)usiness on the Bay or
Bank at their own hoae to be paid over only when the Association shall satif'act
MIty show that the improvements have been made according to agreement.
The Association will nut only improve and plant, l)ut watch and care for'
all property entrusted ta-its keeping, pitarding against forest fires, dishonest pilfererA
for damages fromna "auie po.silble to be prevented.
Froffi aa -aruT estimate of the probable expense and income of a fruit
.. prination in the St. Andrews Bay country a few figures are given:
Pricee'ana pel aci, say$25Lto $510; cost of clearing, say $20; -ost of planting 1st
year, say $30; cost ofcultivatibn each year thereafter, $20,
It is notextravggan: 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 bletler than that. Then, though perhaps a little
longer, some of them, in corning into profitai,h: bearing may be named pears, apricots,
nectarines, Ilums, prun.as, mullierries, olive, Japan persimmons almonds English
walnuts, Japar. chestnuts, pecans, and ...any other varieties of fruits and nuts, which
are almost certain to flourish here; while oranges and citrus fruits, though not con-
bidered certain yield large returns oftener than they miss
The Secretary of tho Assodiati,,n will give particular attention to an-
*wering letters of inquiry, and thie BLoO will in its answers to correspondents an-
werr all questions asked it.
R EM EM B E R the Association Lands will be sold on Easy
Terms of Payment; but improvements iust lie paid for as satisfactory proof is given
that the work has been performed. CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED.
Address R I. VHOWARD, Sec.
Harrison, Fla,


An Excursion to Tainoa.
On May 24th the Plant System.
will run an excursion to Tampa,Fla.,
giving phenominally low rates from
all stations of the system. No bet-
ter opportunity to visit the Land of
Flowers ever has or ever will be af-
forded, and all who fail to avail
themsclyes of the cheap rates and
unsurpassed accommodations will
miss the opportunity of their lives.
Chehp rates will be made on the
Plante Steamship Line across the bay
to S Petersburg, the fisherman's
paradi also down the Manatee
Rtver, toe only part of Florida where
the orageo trees stand unhurt.
Florida is e greatest fruit and
truck far ng state in, the union.
The Pl System ihas one million
acres of e farm land for sate cheap.
A rare o unity for a good invest-
Inent. r particulars address, W.
V. Lifsc Div. Pass. Agt.. Mont-


; H. McFadden, G.
y -Wrenn, Pass. Traff.
onah, Ga.


Morning Dream.
Written the BuoY.
As I en,-d my gate I looked


down to lhe pigs had rooted up
all the BDo da grass that I planted.
No; t hjlas to be 'een, here and
there, tiny green leaves peeping up.
I wei on out to Wyoming avenue,
and "ierever I had let it loose it was
still there; hadn't run away. I
crossed the avenue and went down
Cincinnati street, and as I did so I
saw a tiny green thread between the
boards. Then I called to remem-
brance the pleasure I had enjoyed,
while in company with my friend,
Mrs. Pierce, as we sat on the boards,
dug out a tiny trench and laying in
the roots covered them with sand,
patting it down affectionately. It
was in the early gloaming, and I
couldn't see distinctly so as to deter-
mine whether the row of young
catalpas was completed from avenue
to ayenue. I crossed Loraine avenue
and wended my way over the hard
oyster shell walk until I came to
Buena Vi.sta street. Here I halted,
and heard in the distance old Stone-
wall Jackson and his brass band
playing, "Whose been here since I've
been gone."
Thanks, friends; I love St. Andrews
and I regard every piece of sidewalk
-trtf.^ w*-e wat4i-s-a "pefs
sonal favor.
"Wake up, mamma; come to
break fast."'
St. Andrews; sidewalks; grass.
"0, mamma, you're dreaming.
Wako up and look out oour asphalt
walks and streets, and bluegrass so
green; there's a rabbit nibbling at it
now.''
A REALITY.
There is now hanging in the office
of the passenger agent of several
railroads, among them the Mobile &
Ohio and L. & N. roads, a mounted
copy of one of the Improvement so-
ciety's maps of St. Andrews Bay.
When it was presented the agelit
looked at it pleasantly, saying, "and
is taiat where you folks go every
winterr" Yes- and we want you to
be the agent of the steamer Alpha I
(the captain says he wants one hero)
and then when he returns from Car-
rabell lihe can telegraph to you, and
We-an go to Mobile while he is load- t
in and it will do away with those C
tiresome delays. Would it not be i
well to have one of these maps hung
liwlailtng rooms at the railroad a
1-kMobile, Pensacola, Chip- e
S Ms. L. HARRISON. (


fe: "Why do you pick pockets?"
ur the same reason that you act


hlat do you mean, man?"
cause there's money in it."


oxbuEry Gazette: "Teacher, is
ruler straight?" "No, Mary; I
it a little this morning on Bob
rers. But I'll hammer it straight
-e ly .-on Tommy Grinwell."

*"New York Journal: Dolly Swift
las Mrs. Puffington any ground
,. claiming to be a Daughter of the
Revolution?
Sally Gay-Oh, yes. Her father
used to run a merry-go-round.

"Didn't the grocer send the maca-
roni?" inquired the mistress, arrang-
ing for the dinner.
"Yis mumi," replied the cook; "but
Oi sent it back. Every wan of them
stiins was impty."
Puck: "I don't allus give up when
when a woman says 'no,'" said the
first tramp.
"Not niuchi!" returned the second
tramp. "1 have knowed cases where
a woman's 'no' meant corn bcef and
cabbage."


d and grew to a large size, spreading
ut their peculiar branches wide over
heir adopted soil-a mute reminder of
he decay of empires as well as people.-
New York Times.

Uses of Alumintum.
It is claimed that aluminium plates I
M4d (Etiued to become the universal
'?r1 for lithographic printing,-.
vhich means a revolution in tha litLo-
raphioart. Of all the metals that have
een tried besides aluminium, says The
aluminum World, to replace the cum-
ersome lithographic stone, zinc is the
nly metal which has given any satis-
action, but it was found that ziuc
would not be depended upon. To insure
ood work the zinc plates must be ab-_-
ilutely pure, and even then many col-
's cannot be printed from zinc with
safety. Aluminium has been proved to
e as good as stone. The metal ap-
roaches the physical properties of lith-
graphic stone from its ability to ab-
orb fats or slimy substances.
Racing skates are now made of alu-
iinium, affording at the same time ex-
eptionual strength and lightness, a pair
eighing only 24 ounces.
Aluminium articles for the toilet are
oW made in great variety, among oth-
things combs, razor handles and
airpins.
Pens made of an alffminium alloy, it
claimed, write easily and do not rust.
A company has put on the market
uminium guitars, banjos, mandolins
id lutinas. The instruments are made
it of one piece of sheet aluminium
t.,scd into shape. They are satin fin-
'hd, uand not only make at beautiful
-kinjig instrument, but give a rich
noe.
Public exposure of horse flesh f authorized in Denmark. Sweden and
rts of Frauce.


Much in Little
Is especially true of Hood's Pills, for no medi-
cine ever contained so great curative power in
so small space. They are a whole medicine


He Would Not Be Undersold.
Colonel James Tampliu, a veteran ci
the Mexican and civil wars, is a veri-
table walking his.:i yof the wars, ir
which he bore himtrl' f with much honor.
Colonel Tamuplin was reading a papei
recently, wheb-n he saw a mention of th
president of one of the great railroad
centering in Chicago. "I'll tell you a
story about that man," he said. "Whern
we were hanging around Vicksburg
looking for trouble with the 'Johnnies,'
there was mcre or less foraging. I re-
member this man, then a private in our
company, while nosing about the ad-
joining farms ran across a barrel oi
prime cider. Being a good soldier, he
promptly confiscated the cider and em-
ployed an aged darky to tote it intc
camp.
"Cider was scarce in those days, and
he rigged up a temporary bar and was
soon doing a lively business retailing it
at 10 cents a cup. The barrel stood well
back in his tent, and for a time he was
so busy filling orders that he paid no at-
tention to a disturbance in the rear of
the tent. Then the crowd began to
dwindle and he realized that something
was wrong. He importuned a passing
soldier to sample his wares, but the fel-
low shook hi4 head and said the price
was too high. 'There's a fellow around
here selling cider at 5 cents a glass,' he
said. "
"Th6i o'"er ofthe barrel took a turn
around his tent and found a great crowd
gathered in the rear. Another member
of the company had driven a spigot into
the other end of the barrel and was do-
ing a land office business. Well, he saw
the game was up, and rather than be
outdone he invited the whole crowd
around in front and told them to pitch
in. He was willing to meet competi-
tion, and rather than be undersold on
his own goods he would ladle out the
cider free.
"I reckon, however," added Colonel
Tamplin, "that he had made enough
before the trick was discovered to give
him a start in the railroad,business, for
I see he has been doing quite well ever
since. "-Chicago Times-Herald.
Grant's Patent of Nobility.
During the years of his second ad-
ministration President Grant was ac-
customed to spend his summers at Mont-
real Beach, N. J. Near his cottage was
that of Hon. George M. Robeson, secre-
tary of the navy, whose family consist-
ed of his wife, his 4-year-old daughter
Ethel, and his 8-year-old stepson, Rich-
ard Aulick, whose father had been a
commander in the navy.
It was the custom of all war vessels
to fire asi-ries of salutes as they passed
the secretary's cottage. These were con-
scieutiously returned by young Aulick,
who had mounted a toy cannon at the
foot of the flagstaff in front of the house.
One morning while the children were
playing with some companions they
were startled by the booming of guns,
and rushing to the front yard they be-
held great smoke wreaths drifting away
from the United States ship Tallapoosa.
Without further ado Richard applied
the fuse to his gun and acknowledged
the salutation. While thus employed the
kneeliug boy suddenly felt three light
blows on-his back, and looking up be-
(dt it of the president standing
chief W it:-, clg:ar, while in the
other astonished boy saw a toy
sword beo p-inc.o to his sister Ethel.
"Rise, Richlard; I dub thee knight,"
said the rugged old warrior, amid the
laughter of several friends who attended
him.
Then, returning his cigar to his lips,
he smiled grimly and resumed his way.
-Atlanta Constitution.
Historic Trees In New York.
On West One Hundred and Fifty-
ninth street and St. Nicholas avenue,
Washington Heights, stand a number of
remarkable trees. They were formerly
the grounds surrounding the old Jumel
mansion, which is now known as Earle
Cliff. They are Egyptian cypress, and
have a history, like everything pertain-
ing to this remarkable mansion and its
grounds. They were sent as a present to
Napoleon Bonaparte from the sultan of
Egypt as a gift of honor, but arrived in
Havre, France, after the battle of Wa-
terloo. Stephen Jumel, who was in
France at the time, and a personal
'riend of Napoleon, succeeded in gain-
ng an audience with the emperor the
night before he was banished to the is-
and of St. Helena. Napoleon presented
these trees to Jumel, who brought them
o America on the clipper ship Eliza,
which he had chartered with the hope
if aiding Napoleon to escape to this
country. These trees, when brought
Lere, had their native earth still cling-
ng to their roots. They were planted
s described above, where they flourish-


House -9
Class i


First


ed to cut
NCE POSTS
asonable rates.
6ta call upon
W. SURBElR


and de
If you


land the

Bay Co uuntry.
We have made arrangements by
which we can furnish this fine MAP
covering about eighteen miles square
of territory, including the Cincinnati
Company's Tract, also Harrison,
Parker, Cromanton, and adjacent
country, for
ONE DOLLAR.
Or given for 5 cash yearly subscriptions.
By the aid of this map the location of
lands purchased of the Cincinnati
Company can be easily ascertained,
or, parties may send us $1 and their
description and we will locate their
lots and return the Map by mail.
Address THE lBuoY,
St. Andrews, Fla.
For 5 cash subscribers,we will give as
a premium, I Sectional Map of the Bay
country, or I Map of the City of St. An-
drews. Either map sold singly-$1


THE NEW PEACH
MASCOTTE.
I HIGHEST t The bes( Peach for both market
1qAIALFT iand hom4 e use ever introduced.
Offered his seasoii for the first times
SWST r! Q4 full particulars address,
STHE/GRIFFIN BROS. CO.;
FRGEIG PI Pomona Nursery, Macclenny, Fla:
D e also carry in stock a complete
line' of Fruit tde -a, Ornamentals, and
t (,se%, adaptedto the Lower South.
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t to the person submitting the W
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c orage persons of an Invent-
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hefact that :: ::
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