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: May 27, 1897
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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Bibliographic ID: UF00073857
Volume ID: VID00029
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33065309
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First Last, 'and all the






27, 1897.

NO. 9.


genatdi Hon. Samr'l Pasco,
Hon J. A. Henderson, Tal
4epresentatives-last District,
man, Tanipa; 2d Distri
Davis, Palatka.
Land Office-Register, J M.
Receiver-N D Wainwright,
Governor-W. D. Bloxham; Se
State, J. L. Zrawford; 'reas
CAlins; Attorney General V
mar; Comptroller, W. El. Re
erintendent )f Public Instr
N. Sheats; Commissioner
ture, L. i3. Wombwell; Adj
eral, Patrick Houston. Tallal
First District-J. A. Henders
hassee; Second District,Sam
Twenty-fifth Distric--J. B. 01
-" "tahithbka. -" -i -" -
SRepresentative, S. M. Rohinso
County Judge, D. D. Melvi
Clerk of Court, County Clerk
of Deeds, W. B. Lassitter
Sheriff, C. G. Allen, Chipley;
R. C. Horne, Chipley; Tax Co
Jones, Vernon; Tax As
Gainer, Econfina; Supe
of Public Instruction, W.
Chipley; Surveyor, Thos. Col
.rtstice df the Peace. W. I. S
Notary Public, Deputy Cir
Clerk, W. A. Emmons: Sch
visor, RW. F. Bratkin; Post
W. G Mitchell.
Postmiltressi Mvrs. M. B. Jen
?ostmaster and Notary Publi
?ostmaster H.B. Smith.
Postmaster, S. W. Anderson
Postmaster, Mrs. R. Gay.
postmaster, Martin Post.

.otaries, E. Mosher, Frank
Postmaster, W. M. Croma
ty Commissioner, H. M
Deputy Clerk of Courts. S. T

Methodist-Church cor. Wash
and Chestnut st-Rev. W. M
pastor. Preaching at 11 a. m
p. m. every alternate Sunday.
Y. P. S.C. E.-Prayer meet
Presbyterian church every Sun
joon at 3:30 o'clock. All are
Baptist--Church, corner of
aven-ta and Cincinna i street.
confere, s iturday before firs
at 4 p m. ; S.uiinday school every
S:30 a. in. Preaching second a
Sunday 1h each month. Rev. J.
pastor ..
Presby terian--Cihrch corner
avenue and Drake street.
Datholic-Church corner Wyo
41e and Foster street.
he northern mail, via Ander
Bayhead and Chipley departs
except Sunday' at 3:00 o'cli
arrives every day except S
7:40 p. m.
Pist Bay mail for Harrison, C
Parker, Farmdale and Weta p
St. Andrews going east ever
at 6 o'clock and arrives, co
every afternoon at 1 c clock.
(Incorporated Nov. 7, 1I
iniibutes, or fraction there
Between St.Andrews Bay & Go
iL 'Ba
'* hipley & Bayhead..
<* Gay.......
Bayhead & Gay......
For transmission by telegi
extra, riot including telegraph.
A. J. GAY, Ge:

Parker Lodge Nc

Regular C
. ..,.cations on
on or before
Visiting I
Fraternall v Tnvit
W. A. EMMONS, Secretary.

Deputy Circuit Court Clerk
tary Public for the State at
jurisdiction to administer o
afficavits, legalize ackuow
etc., anywhere in Florida. S
tension given to land convey
to marriage services. Offi
BUOY Office, St. Andrews Ba
Homeopathic Physician
coucher. Office Pioneer Dr
corner of Shell avenue an
gan street,
St. Andrews -
Proprietor East End Drug
fers his professional servi
citizens of St. Andrews
vicinity. Office at Dru
Residence on Buenna Vis
opposite old Florida Exch
*otair Public and Surveyor.
ten'tidi given to all Notaria
also to the Drawingof Maps,
Parker. -:
Notary Public.
Will attend Dromptly to all bu
manding his attention; Offic
iiew street, one block north
0C DaInford's store,


I lahassee.
S.M. Spark-
iet, R. W.
Barco; Re-

secretary of
surer, C. B.
MaV. B. La-
ynrolds; S.-
uctioli, W.
of Agricul-
atant Ge -

son, Talla-
uel Pasaco,


One dollar a Year in Advance.

Display ad rates 5uc per inch per month
Position and extraordinary condition
rates auLiect to social aEreement.

Tn Railway Age, in quite an ex
tended editoiial, extends its congrat
ulations to Floidal upon the passage
of the railroad commission bill in
language that probably will not be
highly appreciated by those whole
thwarted the development of the state
by its enactment.


Of ht. Andrews Bay, Its Most Attractive Features, Improve-
ments and Inducements to Actual Settlers.

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-, Recorder

sessor, W --.
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cuit Court ......... -- ::.ci
ool Super- .- -
Master,Dr. .........

W.-H. From Brackin's wharf, showing postoffice on the extreme right, and some of
the finest residences in town in the foregronnd.

The shore from here is about as it was, only cleared up a little and made
to look more as if somebody was at home. After passing the beautti-
fully situated home of J. D. Martin, we turn the point at the
Peter Parker place, and come to what was the Noah Pitts place (now the
village of Parker) with a cluster of houses, three stores, postoffice and real
ANTON. estate building, and more new houses. Only a little more than a half mile
n; Coun farther, around Fowler's Point, where, Donalson & Bro. have erected what
1. Spicer is one of the largest houses yet built on tihe Bay, and a number of tenement:
r. Walklevy
houses, we come to Pittsbuig, one of the most delightful situations on the
Bay, with its one store, postoffice, fish-packing house, etc., and one residence
SCroman, in sight, Oh around Long Point, with its millions of oysters lying at low
and 7:30 tide where they may be gathered by wagonloads without wetting the fet,
ng at the keep the north shore and the first new building that looms up is the former
iday after residence of John T. Pitts, now a part of the N. W. Pitts property, while
Wyoming on the adjoining quarter section on the east, facing and commanding a fine
Church view of the Bay, with a pretty little bayou between it and the house, is the
Sunday at homestead residence and fine young fruit farm of W. A. Emnmons, propri-
nd fourth etor and oditorof tho Buoy. On th-e next piirrtar uact inn tu htwn ket-'ir4ila
P. Smith, homestead and modest residence of August Wilson, who also has a line
r Loraine young vineyard and q'nite a start, of growing fruit trees.
Had we time to deflect from our route we would turn to the north up
oming ave-
Laughton or Burnt Mill Bayou which flows into the Bay at the east of the
Wilson place and is navigable for a mile or t.vo thiougth a beautiful undu-
rson, Gay, lating valley, we would find either bordering upon its banks or at a conve-
etery day ntent distance to utilize its boating facilities, the fine fruit farms and resi-
ock; a. m.;
5unaay at dances of Robert Brown, with a large young vineyard and numerous fruit
ton trees just coming into bearing; the Thomas Humphrey place recently sold
po, leaves to Nathan Worley. of Aspen, Colo., who will probably move here this com-
ry morning ing fall, and while residing on the Humphrey place will clear up and develop
)mimng west
other lands situated on Laughton Bayou purchased by him heretofore; of
IPLEY & Jas, Fox, who realizes quite a revenue from the sale or peaches, graj w
E CO. plums, etc.; of P. A. Kilberg; of R. E. Howard, secretary of the St. An-
886.) drews Bay Horticultural and Improvement association, who is an enthu-
r each five
f, use of sir.st in grape culture, and it is mainly through his liberal terms that so
many young vineyards have been planted all the way from the City of St.
iyheadl5c Andrews to Wetappo and two or three miles back from t: e Bay the entire
ipley. 25c distance; of John Gillespie, whose unfortunate burn-out in '92 made in nec-
..20e essary for him to return to the north to retrieve his losses, and where he is
...... 5c still employed, while his family is he:e cultivating and improving the farm;
raph 10c. of John Lutz, who divides his time between his farm and his residence in
ic service. I
n'l Mgr. town, but recognizes the homestead and spends the greater part of his time
there, and that his time is not idled away while there is shown by the
*. | 42+ thrifty young tries and vines from which ere many years le expects to de-
rive an income which will permit him to live in affluence beneath the shelter
ommnnay, of his own vine and fig tree; of ',n B. Baily, who with a true progressive

each full spiuqt is grubbing, clearing and planting fruit trees, a single item of which
was fifty Satsuma orange trees, but they unfortunately met the same fate
brothers of all citrus trees in the great freeze of two years ago; and last, but not
ed. least, of'Hiram Washburn, whose cleaning in the heart of the fine forest is
R W. M. one of tie most reniarkable for its productivenes; on the whole Bay. Bring-
ing with him the indomitable energy of the native Vermonter, he found the
TORY, reclaiming of the Floi ia fiest as nothing compared with the improvements
.'. hiloky hil o ii native state, ami in a reaider.ce of less than ten
and No- years ha. transformied the wilderness into a bountioes fruit garden from
Large; has v which for several years past lie ha. made considerable ,,les, and besides
amthis, take
ledgmentas, supplying a good ec.d trade lie has made bshii|menls to Pensacola which
Special at- ga"e Lim satisfactory returns, and has had beesiles an abundance for fam-
ce at the. ily use. But our boat which is lying at anchor at the mouth of the bayou
ay. is dancing on the waves, reminding one of a high-mettled horse, impatient
R, at the detention, and we will resume our journey.
and Ac- We will sail away up to Laird Mill Bayou then before we see any more
rug Store, new houses, because there is ~ body of state land comining to the shore along
ad Michi- here. "
S (A-graphic description of the Laird Mill country, by another correspond-
Florda ent, follows later on.-ED.)
LL, But as we pass the bayou we can look into it and see several-three or
Store, of- fo it', new looking places on its shores; but like as it has been all the way
cey to te from St. Andrews-"the woods is full of them," there being, I believe some

g Store. twenty or twenity-five homesteads on and near Laird Mill bayou. Andi tIe
ta avenue next in sight is the home of Mrs. Dolan near Piney Point, and the next new
mange. buildings are Mr. Deadrick's sawmill and the residences of Mrs. Ida L.
Fay and Mrs. Ii. B. Bates, both ladies enthusiasts regarding the beauties,
Special at- possibilities and probabilities of St. Andrews Bay; in this vicinity, also,
l business lives J. B. Sabetes, who gives considerable attention to strawberry culture,
Charts, etc
Flm and occasionally burns a kiln of brick from the clay found near the banks

of the Big Sandy creek.
Then, as wve round the point and again come in sight ot the head of thbe
business de- Bay, we see that the old deserted homes have been repaired and are occu-
;e on Bay- pied and new ones show near the shore, and we look up Sandy Creek and
east of T discover three; where none could be seen on our former trip.

The Keyes place is now Wetappo pastoffice, thoug thle .ie lo.,ks much
. a, it did eleven years ago; but rear here Rief Karl ha.s lived out a home-
stead, and although in feeble h-alth has devoted considerable attention to
ci iiit culture, and especially to Florida's "old reliable" grape, the scuipper-
nong, and his ntiumerous friends and acquaintances are frequently rzimen-
bered .lining the ifluiting seai.oi, and later when the juice is converted into
D a spai kling beverage; and here, als-, Mr. Dyer is making for himself a home
wheic coi.tentment reigns supreme.
And now, as we turn baec again and fo'low the shore, still looking to,
the left, we find that almost evary quarter of a mile of shore, with the ex-
ception of where two or threb strips of state land come out and a few points
which have been gobbled by peculators, shows a house and grounds of more
or less thrifty appearance. ; Where we turn westward again is located the
postoffice of Farnidale andre pass heic the seventh house since leaving
\Vetappo, and as we proceeI those occiupyingi"residences whom we know are:
Postmaster Woodtord,. Capt.Lyle, Prof. \Wier, Chadderton, Young, Payne,
Burch, Dave, Palmer, Elton picer, Walkley and Day.
Now we turn Ferry PojA d, b co n to C-omnanton, another postoffice
town, u il h one store, hlF-^. lnrch, sehrmrt-koM> eo1^&-tW'4, tn, ui .
Dwellings in sight as we pass, and bordering on the embryo villagee the
homes of P. D. Raillback ar.d E. Mosher, and in quick succes:,ion the resi-.
dences of J. N. Forbes, the late E. P. Kinney and C. \V. Forl,'e, anil pa-s-
ing another small tract of land held for speculation. we cone fir.lt Itl Harry
Jenks' fish house and are again at Redfish Point, finding Star and Mack, as
before, but both having new houses. Now let us count up and see if there
appears to have been any change in tho twelve year,, On our first round
we could count-leaving out Old Town-only twenty-two houses and one
small store; now we have not less than one hundred and fifty houses, eleven
stores, three school houses, five chAurches and two sawmills, all in sight, all
new, and only four in places of-old ones. All the rest represent new set-
Then you can safely allow one-half as many more new settlers on home-
steads, I think, whose homes are not far from the Bay, though out of sight.
That makes a pretty fair showing for our twelve years old settlement. And
you are not to forget North and West Bays, for though perhaps not quite
so thickly settled yet, are not so very far behind.
And this is mainly to represent the appreciation of a naturally good cli-
mate and the fruit growing promises we find in the same.
Before the close of this description I shall speak of the climate and soil
and some of thi advantages of a home on St. Andrews Bay, according to
my observations during the twelve years of residence.

APPARENTLY Mr. Pope, of Duval
county has become possessed of the
idea that his special mission on earth
was to become a member of the legis-
lature for the avowed parl ose of
protecting the people of Florida from
any further strides toward the stand-
ard of advancement enjoyed by other-
states, and to deal in every way pos-
sible the death blow to progress in
any way which may present itself.
He cannot recognize the right of
ownership, and presumed that some
one should govern the property owned
by alien capital which has -been in-
vested within the state to develop its
resources. Verily Mr. Pope is a true
free silver popocrat.

So difficult was it for some of the
state papers to recognize the spnit of
populism that prevailed in the legis-
lature, and mainly gove,~d-the free
silver organs of the state, that any
advancing that idea two months ago
were arrayed as a target for the most
severe and undignified assaults from
both the pen and the orator. Con-
ditions have shaped themselves at
last so as to exhibit in a prominent
degree the fact that free silver is a
populist issue, both in the Florida
legislature. where it is utilized as
well as in congress. Also looking
about through the slate one lights
upon many state papers that cannot
control these sympathies, and are
at present unlimited in their com-
mendation of the good achieved by
the populist representatives in the
legislature, of, whom only two were
elected oni their own plattorn, but of
which several others employed popo-
crat heresies as a vehicle by which to
ride into prominence. Doubters of
these populistic propefinities among
members posing as democrats are re-
speutfully referred to the action of
what styled-itself as a demtocipt cau-

cus during the time of tae late elec-
tion of United States senator, when
the very men who were ostensibly the
warmest supporters of Call turned
their frigid side toward himn and wel-
comed into caucus the populist nomn-
inee for governor, with the warm
invitations and greetings. Can any
reasonable reader review these facts,
along with the late railroad commis-
sion bill, and doubt that the present
legislature is populistic, and merely
an-ha nIld of th1 Iniane alid prefer to
style trerheVPtTr-rcrrwr'TtATICe?

Why Delay Impeachment?
It is indeed strange and hard to
understand why any member of the
legislature should seek to delay or ob-
struct the proceedings to impeach C.
B. Collins, state treasurer. who is
charged by the resolutions adopted in
the legislature with high crimes and
"misdemeanors, incompetency, mal-
feasance in office and conduct detri-
mental to the public good.
- The matter certainly need.; a thor-
ough, as well as a speedy investiga-
tion, and eyery member of the legit.-
ture is in honor bound to his con-
stituents and tho tax-payers to make
it. It is not at all incumbent upon
any member at present to defend Mr.
Collins. The members as a grand
jury are to find the indictment and
leave Mr. Collins to prove his inno-
cence, and anyone dodging the issue,
or in any manner attempting to delay
should be asked upon what grounds
and for what purpose he so acts, in
the face of the evidence submitted,
all of which is against the accused,
and nothing being offered to justify
or warrant such delay.

Round Bale Compresses to be
Operated on a Co-opera-
tive Basis.
The fears of monopoly in the
handling of cotton by the round-bale
process, which have existett in some
quarters, may be set at rest by the
statement in the Manufacturers'
Record that it is authoritatively in-
formed that the American Cotton
Co. proposes to operate its cylindrical
compresses in co-operation with lo-
cal planters and ginners throughout
the south. The plan of operations
that has been decided upon will en-
able planters and ginners to avail
themselves of the benefits of this in-
vention on a liberal co-operative ba-
sis. with a market for their cotton
assured. The company will begin at
once the introduction of round-bale
corn presses.
In an interview in the Manufac-
turers' Record Mr. Henry Hentz,
president of the New York Cotton
Exchange, calmly and accurately
gages the opposition to the new pio-
cess, and from an independent stand-
point, supported by practical expe-
rience, he says that "it is absolutely
certain that cotton packed in cylin-
drical a* s under the system adopt-
ed by this company will bring higher
prices the world over thin that packed
in the prevailing style."


colonel WaTTrbiliden, as was e
else, to rEo him even for a moment;
Not only had the flash of the explosion
wrecked his eyesight, but there was
grave reason to fiar that he had inhaled
the flame. Captain Leale was suffering
torment, yet beadzfhis burden without
a moan.
A troubled own was the veteran post
surgeon all that woeful week. Ellis-
Parrar, delirious in burning fever, Mal-
eolm Leale prostrate on a bed of pain,
blind and breathing only in agonized
gasps, Mrs. Farrar looking so fragile
and weak that it seemed as though a
breath might blow away the feeble
flicker of her life, others of the women
more or less overcome and shocked by
the events of the last few days, and now,
right in the midst of it all, came indi-
Cations of trouble in the Indian village
up the stream-powwowing, speech-
making and dancing by night, runners
flitting to and from the Big Horn, mes-
sengers darting in from other tribes-
and when Fenton sent for Big Road to
come into the office and explain the
chief temporized, expressed himself as
suspicious of some plot to separate him
from his people and to hold him as
hostage at the fort.
If Colonel Fenton desired to talk, let
Colonel Fenton come to the council
lodge at the village, but leave his sol-
diers behind. Big Road's old men had
seen visions and had heard warnings,

"the party &ad Big
eadw among them. The offi-
oar, xetum from staples and retreat
roll call, had gathered about the colo-
ael on the wesward bluff and fleldglass-
es were brought to bear on the opposing
parties, now only dimly visible in the
gloaming. Over at the barracks the
men were still gathered about their re-
apeotive parades, despite the fact that ,
supper was ready and they as ready for
supper. All over the gArrison had gone
the rumor of Big Road's hostile and de-
fiant message, and the troops *ere
wrathful at the indignity put upon
their 6oloneL Bome of them had step-
ped inside the quarters and *ree quiet:
ly examining their belts and equip-
ments and Oounting the cartridges ix
their bosed Ormsby, sharing the sur&
pressed ex i ement; had hastened out to
Join his friends of the Twelfth; his
nerves tingling-again at the thought of
the possibility of a skirmish; and now he
stood with Fenton lose at hand, wait-
ing eagerly for the flrst developments.
But little time was wasted. There
was a brief parley between the lieuten-
ant with the troopers and a formidable
looking Indian who seemed to lead. the
others. Then the officer turned and sent
it man galloping back to the post. In
four minutes he was in the colonel'#F
presence,' dismounted andi mukhig his
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COPTl,ia. la. 18 f. rt mFsft n tskSv.
his medicleo chiefs had been signaled
oNTn"Uo.] I by the Greot Spirit, his young men werd
And timat week was one of woe to poor excited apd laxed, his women were'
Jack Ormsby. He haunted the neighbor- weeping :ng their children
hood of the Farrars; he hung about the toslt hbitechief meand
gateway, imbp Ing the doctor, th. 4 t l show it

In igt-facewrc white
dread and sorrow that overoanre him. yonn rpn g.
He could not see Mrs. Farrar-she rare- Road was p .- andhs people were
ly moved from her stricken daughter's hungryadd old, his poiesdying. Fen-
side-but twice he saw and talked with ton indeed wot1d .have gone with only
Helen, and once, with hfr, walked out his adjutant and interpreter and a sin-
to visit the new made grave. All that gle orderly but for the warning of 4
week the shadows cast by the glare of Brule girl who had left her people a
the guardhouse flames seemed to wrap few years before to follow a soldier lov-
Fort Frayne in gloom, and people gazed, er and had made her homeamong the
upon the black ruins only with a shud- whites, a patient, sorrowing woman,
der. ever since his untimely death. The
The Indians, ever superstitious, had Amorys had provided for her in every
professed to see the hand of the Great way, for the soldier was one of the cap-
Spirit in the clouds, pointing remorse- tain's troop, and she had grown deeply.
lessly at the spot and warning them of attached to them, even though now oc,
further wrath to come as a consequence casionally visiting her kindred.
of the unavenged murder of a chief- It was at luncheon, talking to hid
tain's son. Cowboys and hustlers, an- wife, that Amory told of Colonel Fen,
gered against the garrison because it ton's purpose of riding over to the vil-
had interposed between them and their lage that very afternoon, and the story
purposed punishment of Big Road's !was repeated in the kitchen, where it
band, saw here a capital opportunity of reached the ears of the Indian girl. In
embroiling the red men with their an instant she had darted out of the
white defenders. By dozens, in shiver- house and gone to the colonel's, where'
ing silence, wrapped in their blankets she frightened Lucretia out of her seVei*
and seated on their scraggy ponies, the senses with the first words she uttered:
warriors had looked on at the solemn "They kill the. colonel He no gol'
little ceremony, and within another day Luckily, Wayne was at hand to soothe,,
by scores the cowboys and settlers were support and explain. Other officers were
spreading the story that the white sent for, and, despite Fenton's pooh-
chief had buried Tom Graioe with all poohing, so strong were their arguments
the honors of war, despite his crimes and that at 2 o'clock a messenger was dis-
misdemeanors, simply because he had patched to Big Road's bailiwick to tell
killed the son of an Indian chief-the him the colonel had heard that which
son of the ciief whose people killed the made him say to the Indian chief that
colonel of the Twelfth when he attack- now the only way in which he would
ed the fleeing village on the Mini Pusa meet him would be at the adjutant's
three long years before. It was the office, as originally proposed, or else
white soldiers' way of taunting the red alone and unarmed midway between
man. It was proof of his real feeling the fort and the village, no soldiers or
toward the Indian. warriors being allowed to approach
"Look out for yourself, Big Roadl" within 200 yards, unless, indeed, Big
said these astute, frontier statesmen. Road himself should propose an adju-
"Chief Fenton and his soldiers have tant for each. If this was satisfactory
only lured you here within range of let the time be set for 8 o'clock and
their walls that they may the more Fenton would be there.
readily swoop upon you some bitter' The half breed messenger came back
X mbnin and put you and your war- .in halt an hour. "Big-Road wouldsend
riors, your women and children to the his answer by a squaw," and that was
sword." In the intense cold of the three Big Road's way of saying that thewhite
days that succeeded the blizzard, there chief was an old woman. Utterly for-
was no interchange of visits, so to getful now of the service Fenton had
speak, between the fort and the Indian rendered his people and him, duped by
village, but the emissaries of Ben the visions of his medicine men and
Thorpe had been busily at work. Big fuddled with the liquor lavished on him
Road and his warriors had been bidden by the cowboys, Big Road was hot for
to attend the stately funeral of their war.
kinsman and friend, Grow Knife, on the No squaw came, no conference took
morning after Christmas, and had flock- place. Darkness was settling down up-
ed to the scene and lifted up their on the post when at last the westward
mournful chant when the volleys flash- sentries reported a small party of In-
ed and the crowd of attendant soldiers dians riding out from the village to-
bowed their heads in mingled homage ward- Fort Frayne. The trumpeters
and sorrow. That was as it should be, were just scattering after sounding re-
but what did it mean that his slayer treat when the officer of the day con,
should then be accorded equal honors-
aye, that more officers-chiefs--were
present at Graice's grave than when the
son of a Brule warrior was laid to rest?
This they could not fathom, and this,
despite the strained relations that had
resulted in the death of Laranie Pete,
the cowboy emissaries proved eager to ~
explain in their own way %nd toexplain it
to attentive ears.
"Old Fenton thought he'd done me ,
when he moved that bloody band up
here to the fort," said the cowboy king
to his admiring audience over at the -....
saloon across the Platte. "If I don't pay
him off with compound interest within
the month and make him wish he hadn't
monkeyed with my business, call me
a coyote. He and the stuck up gang he
heads will wish to God they'd left those
Indians where they were."
And five days after Christmas Colonel
Fenton heard of goings on within the "They ktil the coltoel! He no go!"
village that gave him cause to summon veyed the news to Fenton, and in two6
his adjutant and officer of the day, to minutes an officer, with a dozen men,
double his sentries on every front and trotted out from the stables of Troop
to realize how much in these few years K and 400 yards beyond the sentry
he had learned to lean for counsel and post. ignatoed to the advancing war-
support on Malcolm Leale; for now.the riora "alaltP'



Washington County

West Florida
Against the Worldi



NOTE.-It must lie remembered that tine
wind is not a w Uy reliable motive pow-
er and if the sailors sometimes find it im-
-ossihle to make meled I tiIi ip .uas t be
charged to the elements; do.tie best
they call.

The Cleopatra camn from Pen-
sacola Friday morning l an un-
usually large cargo of f it. She
sailed for Persiacola n early
Tuesday morning.
The Alpha came in fr Carra-
belle Thursday evening, took on Rome
passengers and resumed, her, voyage
to Mobile early Friday morning.
Carries thq Ea we ft-
Andrewp ereir
Uetappo at 12:30 p, m. leave etppo
at 1:00 p. m.: arrives at St. A#idrews at
7:30 p. m. Makes landllngs regiarlyv at
Harrison, Oromanton, Parker, Pitts-
burg and Farmdale. For passenger aind
freight rates, see rate card in the sev-
eral postoffifices.

Leaves St. Andrews Bay every Tuesday,
leaves Pensacola every Friday,
(weather permitting). Special atten-
tion will be given to receiving and
forwarding 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.. Agrs

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 Boor office each morning
and noon:

Thursday,......... May 20 69
Friday............ 21 74
Saturday........." 22 76
Sunday.......... 23 78
Monday.... ...... 24 74
Tuesday......... 25 76
Wednesday...... 26 66

The Bells.


Bells were well known to the Egyp-
tians before the time of the Jewish exo-
dus. In the description of Aaron's sa-
cerdotal robe mention is made of the fact
that upon the hem of the garment there
were bells of gold, alternating with
pomegranates of blue, of purple and of
scarlet: "A golden bell and a pome-
granate, a golden bell and a pomegra-
nate, upon the hem of the robe round
about. And it shall be upon Aaron to
minister, and his sound shall be heard
when he goeth in unto the holy place
before the Lcrd, .and when he cometh
out, that he die not." Hand bells were
in common use all over the ancient
world. The earliest use of bells in
churches was for the purpose of fright-
ening away the evil spirits which were
believed to infest earth and air, and
the earliest curfow was rung at night-
fall to rid the neighborhood of the vil
lage or town and church of demons.
Most old churches of Europe have a
small door on the north side, and at
certain points in the service this door
was opened, and a bell was rung to give
notice to the devil, if he chanced to be
present, that he might make his exit
before the elevation. By the command
of Pope John IX church bells were rung
as a protection against thunder and
lightning. The monument of Porsena,
the Etrurian king, was decorated w ith
pinnacles, each surmounted with a bell,
which tinkled in the breeze. The army
of Clothaire raised the siege of S.us on
account of a pr.uic occasioned among
the men by a sudden chime from the
bells of St. Srt:phen's church. The lar-
gest bell in the world is in the Kremlin
at Moscow. Its weight is 250 tons, and
the value of the bell metal alone, not
counting the gold ai;d silver oruanmeuts
which were thrown into the pots as
votive offerings, is estimated at 66,-
505, or about $332,825.
"'Fun" at the Encampniment.
The "soger boys," at 'Tallahas.see
the past week have been displaying
their valor by entering the office of a
respectable colored physicianill as-%
saulting him wit lout pro inrq;-y
giving another poor ohVdarkey a
drubbing, and seizing upon hisi ox
and team and ihiving it around the
Classic hills of Tallahassee to tle
music of the jeers and laughter their
wonderful display of genius evoked
and by catching little pickaninnies
and tossing them in blankets, to the
manifest deliglht of *sch' comrades as
could not grasp a corner of the
blanket. If our "brave defenders"
have no more manly exercise wirth
which to employ thoir time at the
annual encampments, the snoner the
encampments are dispensed with, anmi
the military disbanded, the bet-
ter for the credit of the state.
The Westfield (Ind.) News prints the
following in regard to an old resident of
that place: "Frank McAvoy, for many
years ii, the employ of the L., N. A. &
C. Ry. here, says: 'I htve used Cham-
berlain's Cholic, Cholera and Diarrhea
Remedy for ten years or longer-am never
without it in my family. I consider it the
best remedy of the kind manufactured. I
take pleasure in recommending it.'" It
is a specific for all bowel disorders.
For salc Ly L M. Ware & Co., St. An-
drews and Bayhead, ard all medicine
J .- ..


-Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic and
Hall's Catarrh Cure on sale at Pio- Health Was
neer Drug Store. Hood's S
-Wannamaker & Brown's samples Hores Ha
for Tailor Made Suits at L. M. Ware &
Co's. Call ai-d get prices. "I was trot
allap p face, which s
-Legal cap, comm,'cial note health was so
letter-head papers and envelopes, either advised to ta
printed or plain at the Buoy office. build me up,
-N. W. Pitts will pay the highest Before had i
market price, in cash or trade, for found that I w
green salted alligator hides. He wants better at nig.
all he can get. had finished t
-"Lewis'" men's and women's Ox had finished
my face had a
ford ties, from $1 to $2, and a nice lot of DIE, Postmas
patent tip low cuts at $1 a pair at at L. "' After suff
M. Ware & Co's. years, four bc
-Mrs. V. D. Greene has reopened made a comply
her private school, and several little 9ince I took
ones are receiving the advantage of her have not sufft
superior method of instruction. elas in that ti
-When writing tA, friends or persons Lovett, eo
who are likely to be interested in Flor- H ood'
ida, use letter heads with some of the Is the Best-th
fine views of Bay scenery, to be had at sure to get H(
the BUOY office. Hood's F
-A good bir Tablet for 5 cts; -a larger

one for 8 ts and a good thick school
tablet with 175 leaves for l0 cts; all with
baudsome covers and good, ruled paper,
at the uoY office.

early enough to reach us 6i2.l'--than
Monday evening; otherwise they cannot
appear in the current issue.
-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.
-The St. Andrews Bay 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.
-Handsome letter heads with St.
Andrews Bay date line and views of
either Cincinnati Hill or Buena Vista
Point, at 8e. per dozen; also map of the
St. Andrews Bay country on back of a
letter sheet at 12c. per dozen, at the
BuoY office.
-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
-Senate bill No. 87, an act to regu-
late the catching or taking of fish in
the waters of Florida, has passed both
branches of the legislature, and will
doubtless be approved by the governor
and become a law. The Buoy will en-
deavor to secure a copy of the law and
give its entire text to its readers in
the nea.- future.
-Ten dollars is a pretty good price
for a single watermelon, but Messrs. E.
0. Painter & Co., publishers of the
Florida Agriculturist, of DeLand, offer
a prize of $10 for the largest watermelon
sent them this season. Other prizes
are offered varying from 50 cents to $2.
If you have a melon crop send them a
2-cent stamp, and write for particulars.
-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 not.
-The commissioner's sale of the
Glover estate advertised in the BUoY
for the 27th, has been annulled by the
county judge promulgating an order to
sell the property at private sale, and in
accordance with the order the property
has been sold to a lady in Greater New
York, who will in due time occupy it as
a permanent residence. This is one of
the most delightful locations of the Bay
country, and will, and cannot fail, to
made the lady an ideal home.
-Readers of the BUOY will remem-
ber the circumstance of the two Clark-
son boys arrested in August last and
held over to the circuit court for break-
ing, entering and feloniously removing
valuable property from the residence
and barn at the BuoY farm. Last
Thursday morning they were arraigned
in Vernon, and pleading guilty Judge
Maxwell wisely and most considerately
suspended sentence, with the admoni-
tion that if they did any other mischief
jr misdemeanor they would be at once

arrested and sentenced to the veniten-
tiary without any further trial. Thus
far the boys' punishment has not been
serious, they having been allowed the
freedom of Vernon the greater part of
the time; but it is hoped their narrow
e cape will have the effect to correct
any evil propensities, and that they
will grow up to be good and useful citi-

The Young Peoples Baptist Union
meets at the Baptist church every
Sunday at 3 .. m. All invited.
Regular weekly prayer meeting at
he Methodist church every Wednes-
,day night, to which all are invited.
The Y. P. S. C. E. meets every Sun-
day afternoon at 3:30 o'clock at the
Presbyterian church. All interested
in Christian Endeavor work are
earnestly invited to attend.
Why will you buy bitter, nauseating
tonics when Grove's Tasteless Child Tonic
!s as pleasant as Lemon Syrup. Your
druggist is authorized to refund the mon-
ey in every case where it faiis to cure.
Price, 50 cents.

Old School House for Sale.
The trustees of St. Andrews sub
school district will receive bids for the
old school house during the next ten
days. Send sealed bids to
L. M. WARE, Sec. and Treas.
By order of the sub district trustees.
'N -), 0(1-


s Creatly Impaired, But
Sarsaparilla Built It Up-
yve All Disappeared.
ibled with eruptions on my
appeared like scrofula. My
much impaired that I was
ike Hood's Sarsaparilla to
, and I bought six bottles.
taken half of this amount I
was improving. I could rest
ht, and felt refreshed in the
gained in flesh and when I
the six bottles the sores on
ll disappeared." J. B. EoD-
ter, Nashville, No. Carolina.
ering from a sore leg for 25
ittles of Hood's Sarsaparilla
ete cure. It is several years
Hood's Sarsaparilla, but I
'red with any sore or erysip-
me." M~s. M. J. HARTLEY,
gia. Remember
he One True Blood Purifier. Be
)od's and only Hood's.
kil easy to take, easy to buy,
hiS easy to operate. 25e.

Wmin. Wynn and family, of Marianna,
arrived in St. Andrews Sunday even-
ing, and as is tteir custom, will make
K.. \'Vanhorn, of Chiplev, brought
down two wagon loads of Indiana people
yesterday to look over the Bay country
and enjoy a season of fishing. The
party consisted of Mr.Huntington,wife,
child and friend, Mrs. Allen, of Argus,
Ind.; Mr. and Mrs. Williams, Mr.
Beadle and brother, from near Indian-
P ERFECT and permanent are the
cures by Hood's Sarsaparilla, be-
cause it makes pure, rich, healthy,
life and health-giving BLOOD.
To Teachers and. School Super-
visors of Washington County.
It is my pleasure to inform you
that a meeting of the Teachers and
Supervisors of Washington county
has been orde ed called by the Hon-
orable Board of Public Instruction
for said county to meet at the court
house in Vernon, on the 10th and
11th of June.
The purpose of this meeting is to
foster the cause of education in our
county, and therefore for the mutual
benefit of teachers and supervisors.
There will be very important ques-
tions discussed at this meeting which
no teacher can afford to miss; I
therefore urge that not one of you
will f(0 to answer this call.
An interesting and helpful pro-
gram will be carried out, together
with the fact that the Hon. W. N.
Sheats, State Superintendent of
Public Instruction, has promised to
-.I r L- 1 1 1 1 '_ T -1 _. r t

exert-hrirmA EfiI tF oL..- -,i t IT . *k J tl TX t
with your presence and assistance to
make this the most profitable educa-
tional meeting ever held in Wash-
ington county. The mooting will be
infornial and every one will be allowed
an opportanitv to express thernselve.
regarding any question that may be
b brought up.
Hoping to see you on the 10th and
llth of June, at Vernon, 1 am, yours
educationally, W. C. LOCKEY,
Sopt. Pub. Inst. Washington Co.

R ICH RED BLOOD is the foun-
iation of good health. That is why
Hood's Sarsaparilla, the One True
Blood Purifier, gives HEALTH.

'Tlh, examination lor teachers as
required by 'aw will be held at Ver-
non commencing at 9 o'clock a. m.,
on the 8th of June. Applicants
must be supplied with certificates of
good moral character, and with pa-
per, pens and ink. The examination
will last three days, and the fee is
o.ie dollar. W LOCKEY,
County Superintendent.

As the National Home for Edi-
tors-Interesting Details ottlie
Permanent Establishment of
"Editoria" in this State.
The undersigned, in behal of the
committee appointed by the National
Edlitorial association to examine all
sites offered as a location lor the pro-
posed elneiati.i:al and benevolent in-
stitution, to be established and main-
tained undloi its auspices, as a reso t
and home in Florida for edirtors,
writers and publishers; to decide upon
nuch location and take such steps as
may be required to perfect a legal
orgaiiization, takes pleasure in an-
nouncing that, after a careful exam-
iiiation of the sites offered by the
committee, of which Hon. B. B.
Herbert, of Chicago, editor of the
Nation'. P iutfei-J.,urnalist, is cha.ir-
man,(witli a ricw to securing place
baving a cpnt-al location, healthy cli-
miatic c-iulit idiis anil easy of access
from all paitits ,f the Union), it has
been decii.jdd to accept the very lib-
cial ,iiT i ui In G. W. Hastings &
'.n,. --.' t'.,A ',,r1 '1 Itrterlaehen prop-.t -
el'.y, at I,,t-e a'e .iin, which offer has
been largely supplemented by dona-
tions of grove property, choice lands
to thp extent of over four hundred
acr,-s,S cash and labor donations to
about $l,5110, in all amounting to
fully $25,000.
In making this announcement the
undersigned, in behalf of the corn-
mittee, desires to make public its
sincere acknowledgement of thanks
for the offers made at Enterprise,
Melbourne, DeFuniak Springs and
other points, which has made it dif-
ficult to decide. The spirit of liber-
ality evinced indicates that the state
at large will feel deeply interested in
the success of the enterprise, while

more editors
who are affiil-
il Association
on to advance

P tani/* to n -or

THE national senate last Thursday
passed the Morgan resolution of be-
ligerency for Cuba by the decisive
vote of 41 to 14.

Almost e

Distracted -

fN n' 7'T


Foed apRIO ST cAeO o



- Florida.


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



D ID YOU EVER suffer from real ner-
vousness? When every nerve seemed
to quiver with a peculiar, creepy
feeling, first in one place, and then another
and all see med finally to concentrate in a
writhinijUinrr,.le in Tbe br:.tiiu, and you be-
come irritable, fretful aud peevish; to be
followEd by an impotent, weal:;eued condi-
tion of the nerve ceaters, Liging in the
- v.- T -,i,,-,l-,,m t J- ji---------- i aS :r g s- ---
Dr. Mlile'* r.:,. u.a.ne Searles,
l,. l '110 Simnnton St., Elk-
Nervine hart, ILA.., ay.: "Nr-
Svou- tr,.ijbl s .-:.1 matde
Restores me nearly insane and
T l., physicians were unable
*C*l to help me. Mymemory
was almost gone and every little thing
worried me until I was almost distracted.
I really feared I was becoming a maniac. I
imagined all sorts of evil things and would
cry over nothing. I commenced taking Dr.
Miles' Restorative Nervine and four bottles
of this wonderful remedy completely cured
me. and I am as Well now as 1 ever was."
Dr. Miles' Nervine is sold on guarantee,
first bottle will benefit or money refunded.
Headache stopped in 20 minutes by Dr.
Miles' PAIN PILLS. "Once cent a dose."

A. J. GAY, Chipley, Florida.





St. Anrems Poultry Yards,
G. W. SURBER, SR., Prop.,
--Breeder of Pure-





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rThe Best Reniedy for Rheumna-

Faihaven,(N.Y.,) Register.H E P L A
Mr. James Rowland, of this village,
states that for twenty-five years his wife Time T i,.c.I:ii "ltect May 15th, I N97.
has been ii sufflrer from rheumatism. A 36.
o 58 No. 36 N,. ..)i 5,,. .,.J'
few nights aio she was in such nain that 7:45 p.m. 7:55 a.m Lv Montgomery Ar :1 .1.1m. ii.- i, I...
she was nearly crazy. She sent Mr. 9:17 p.m. 10:01 a.m "' Troy i:-'1 a.in. 7::i.5 p.rn
Rowlaudi for the doctor, but he had read 10:30p.m. 11:2t' a.m. Ozark 4:."7 a.m. 6 -0 ,p.tm.
of Chamberlain's Pain Balm and instead 11.05 p.m. 'T13 p.m Pinckard -T.2.> .n.m. 5:o,:.. .
1:25 a.m. .. 2:J4 p.m Banbridge "2.-i.i n. :::1,) p. i
of going for the physician he went to the 0:07 am. 4:p4 D.m Thomasville 1':.1 .1.11. :: :5 p.1.
store and secured a bottle of it. His wife 3:33 a.m. 5:00 p.m. Quitman '" 1I:.54 ..rn,. :3.3 in.
did not approve of Mr. Rowland's pur- 4:02 a.m. 5:34 p.m. Va-dosta 11 :.'4 1. l: .14 ,.111n.
chase at tirst, but nevertheless applied 4:50 a.m. 6:35 p.m. Dupont Il::;.) p.m. 12:15 i..in.
il'e Balm tlihroughly and in an hour's 5:50 a.m. 7:4F p.m. Ar Waycross '" 9.3. p i,. 11:15 t\ i
tnime ai alle to go to sleep. She now 8:20 a.m. 11:15 p.m. Ar Jacksonville Lv 7:1111 p im. :2'1 1.111.
.ipplics it. lienever she feels an ache or Train No 52 leaves Montgomery, 4:00 p.m.; Troy, 6:40 p.m; Pliikard, Iu:2oa.m.
a pin aid tinds that it always gives re- Train No83 arrives Montgomery, 10:30 a.m.: Troy, 8:00 a.m; Pinckard, 5:00am
lief. He says that no medicine which 6:00 a.m. 9:30 p.m. Lv Waycross Ar 11:00 a.m. 11:00 a.m.
she had used ever did her as tuuch good. 8:50 a.m. 12:30 a.fi.Ar Savannah 8:24 a.m. 8:44 a.m.
The 25 and 50 cent sizes for sale by 4:50 p.m. 5:10 a.m. Charleston Lv (;:30 a.m. 6.30 a.m.
L. M. Ware & Co., St. Andrews and S:00 a.m. 8:10 p.m. Lv Waycross Ar 7:45 p.m. 9:45 a.m.
Bayhead, and all medicine dealers. 7:50 a.m. 10:30 p.m. Ar Brunswick Lv 5:15 p.m. 7:00 a.m.
ires Rootbeer anot be 9:20 a.m. Lv Jacksonville Ar 6:40 0.m. 7:30 a.m.
Hires Rooteer anot e 10:30 a.m. Ar St Augustine 5:20 p.m.: 7:"0 a.m.
tated. 10:55 a.m. Palatka 5:00 p.m. 5:00 a inm.
It is doubtful if any modern commod- 1:00 p.m. Sanford 1:2? p.m. 1:28 a "-
ity, except money, has been counter- 2:52 p.m. Winter Park 12:27 p.m. 12:30 a n.
3:05 p.m. Orlando 12:15 p.m. 12:17 In
feited more than Hires Rootbeer. By 3:43 p.m. Kissimmee 11:31 p.m. 11:31 p..n.
progressive and costly advertising this 5:20 p.m. Lakeland Lv 9:40 a.m. 9:45 p.m.
article has attained a trade-mark pe- 7:10 a.m. Lv D)upont Ar 8:06 p.m 8:10 a.m.
culiar to itself, and its wide popularity 9:01 a.m. Ar Live Oak 6:25 p.m. 6:06 a.m.
and immense sale is an irresistible at- 10:55 a.m. High Springs 4:50 p.m. 4:20 a.m.
traction for the unscrupulous imitator. 1155 pa.m. Ganesvil 2:05 p.m. 1:3:15 a.m.
Justice, however, is beginning to realize 3:32 p.m. Leeshurg 12:22 p.m. 12:05 a.m,
that the public must be protected from 6:50 p.m. Lakeland Lv 9:30 a m. 9:30 p.m.
such practices as is evinced by the de- 6:50 p.m. Lv Lakeland Ar 9:30 a.m. 9:30 p m.
cision just rendered by Judges Fi.iletter 7:30 p.m. Ar Tampa Lv 8:00 a.m. 8:00 p.m.
and Gordon in Philadelphia, Court of 7:40 p.m. Tam Bay Hotel 7:20 a.m. 7:25 p.m.
Common Pleas No. 3, restraining Geo. :05 a.m. Ar Punta Gorda
A. Hires, a namesake of Mr. Charles 1 .a
. Hires from anufaturing and sell- Trains Nos. 57 and 58 carry Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars letwee n Ja ksonville
E. Hires from manand t. Louis, also through day coach between Jacksonville and Nashville; also free
ing a preparation under the name of reclining chair cars between Jacksonville and Montgomervy. NoQ. 33 and 36( tarry
Hires Rootbeer. This is a move in the Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars between Jacksonville and Nashville. Nos. 82 and
right direction, as this superior article 83 d-,ilv exc pt Sunday: all others daily. or any other inforimat on apply to anyv
should not be substituted by inferior agent of the Plant System or W. V. LIFSEY, Div. Pass Agt. Mo.tgomery, Ala.,




city 50.

achicola.. 2 50'
belle....-. 3 00
lle........ 7.

5th, 15th and 25th at 7 p.m...........Mobile........... .12th, 22d and 2d a. m.
SSt Andres Bv and
7th, 17th and 27th p.m.. ...Cromanton a.. .. .11th, 21st and 1st a. m.
8th, 18th and 28th a.m..........Apalachicola........llth, 21st and 1st p. m.
9th, 19th and 29th a m........... Carrabelle ... Oth, 20th and 30th noon

Connects at Apalachicola with steamers up Chattahoochee River. At
Carrabelle with C". T. & G. Railroad for Tallahassee.
For further information, freight rates and special rates for large parties
address, H. A. J)ORL, i-urser, Mobile, Alabama.

$10 For a Watermelon.
You can get from 50 cents to $10for When yo
watermelons. For full particulars send .
2-cent stamp to E. O. Piiuter & Co., plant seeds, plant
D eLand, Fla., publishers of the Llorida
Agriculturist. i

Always the best.
For sale everywhere.
G D. M. FERRY & CO..



GA.LA.,TrA, iiLS., Nov. 10,1893.
Paris Medicine Co., St. Lo 310o.
Gentlemen:-We s, 'Mi Ir.st car, C0 bottles of
bought three gross alrc:idy this year. In all our ex-
perien"e of 14 yea'r,, in the drug business, have
never sold n artirtcle '.!'t gave such universal satis-
faction as 3yo.ur Tonic. Yours truly,

One Hundred Dollars Down I
Remainder on Easy Termsl
Will P.1-,,.1i. FIVE ACRES OF LAN1', A

t,1 e How Nearly all Furnished
in HI:rri-.n, Twenty Minutes Walk from
th, Bay; Five Minutes from
Watson Bayou.
Fur pal ti.-ilars call on or address the
I .L1, St. Andrews Bay, Fla,
For Sale Cheap.
The northeast quarter or lota 1, 6 and 7
of section 15, township 4s, range 13w;
13 acres under cultivation, enclosed by
good picket fence; good dwelling house
and another comfortable building, for-
merly occupied as a dwelling house by
*dr. John Johnson; lots of fruit trees and.
grape vines just coming into bearing,
Claim will be sold if taken soon, for $100.
A rare bargain. For particulars address.
The -uor, at once.

Will pay top market price for WHITE
and SEA BIRDS (and Fur in Season).
Write for late prices.
LOUjS ,TEPN. Commission

])*;.'ti~o. Notice. Merchant, 101 Beckman St.,
,sljtion Metra tce. New York City.
Tl}' e >-p;m !;n!' ship heretofore existing N .,i f.,
tv .1. W. 1.,,Ik. S. I:. l(ice nkd l. Ib 'v" .'. to all parties holding
Wi. R{o-s is i; da'v (iis i d. Cltn a in.t t c.aite of Jolhn Con-
The sub!)s,.:iied will not hlolt d tI heII elv s tantin late of a '.shi; c.;ton county de-
liable for anv dells or contracts whniso- ceased, to pr-escut ihem to the uider-
ever contracted iv anv person fromin tiis signed administrator within twelve
date witlbout a written erder. fi mont s from the date hereof, or the same
H W. ROSS, will be barred by the statute of limita-
S. E. RICE. tio,, W. I. SINGLETARY, Adrar.
,,- -, t.... 1 7 A n, 1i: 11 1897

R,E :B T -


r -. L. a Captain, JAS. E
p2 P E :P P -iIR PURSER, H. A. DORR.
gs for Settiug, $1 for Fifteen. Mobile to Carrabelle, via Pens cola, St.

OTICE FOR PUBLICAION. Bay, Cromanton and Apalachico
X .. . i'. i i. :.. 2 5 To ns Burden Passenger Gapa
-naimed settler h:s filed notice of his
intion to make final proof iln support A. SS J]iT---L_^ ArpT-SG:
I is claim, and i hat said proof will he ----
do before clerk circuit court at Yer (St Andrews Bay and 0St Andrews Bay to Apa-
n, Fla., on June 12, 197, viz: Mobile to ....Cronmanton..... 00 t Andrews Bay to Apal
11EON C. PROW of Harr on, Fla., Apalachicola.......... 7 00 Carral
mincs;tead 2054, for tihe sw of nw, Carrabelle ............ 8 00 Apalachicola to Carrabe


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Special to the Bovy
Mrs. M. B. Jenks. Irn i,-n'-. pt! -
nlar postmistress, iil ',t. .\i ,lr'ws
a short visit last '1'Tlm -si v.

has been stated on very good author'- B
ity that he is somtewhcer in lotm n as
with ,J. A. Polmwll; othIer.-, low-evcr,
ac \'Vtr\' m u li l the i i innII t hat he
i- i, SM I I .\A l ic;. ilt 1 s i' e klti \,-m

A ( deaf alI I dmt ) m ii lo.- (I 1 (,iic' ililti I i e is Zt toik lit

Thursday, May 27, 1897.
Corrected by L. M. Ware & Co.)
;ugar, I lb Tea, 1 Itb
Granulated ... 6 HeNo....... 75
Coffee,A .... 6 Gunpowder.. 80
Lt brown..... 5 Uncol'd Jap.. 50
coffee Cond milk, F can
Green.... 12@20 Unsweetn'a. 121,
Browned .20@30 Sweetened.... 8)1
singerr snaps. 10 Baking powder
3rackers,soda.. 7 Royal.,.;., .. 50
Tobacco, plug 25a50 Campbell:...1. 10
.aisins Canned fruit
London layers..12 Peaches .,.. I5a20
Valencia...... 8 Tomatoes.... '7al0
licel............ 5 Apples. .. ... 10
apples Pears ......... 15
Evaporated.. .81 Plums......... 25
Dried Peaches 8 Apricot........ 25
0oal Oil prgal .... 15 Stra.i lierries... .20
gasoline ...... ."0 Pineapple..... :20
.lorida Syrup .. 4" Canned Meats
loney.... ... I. 1 11 oast Beef. .. l'-2 .;
Tinegar. ....... 3. i Corned Beef..J",2'
Cheese pr lb. 15 Chipped Beef_ 20
Butter......... 25 Lobister..l
Lard..... .-~ Salmon.. ...
Beans........... 4 C(nned VegetalTeaS
Cocoafiut pkg. . 10 Baked Beans.. 15
FiuitPnddine. III Corn.........12+
Jelly, glass.. 15a25 Peas, ...... .... 15
Lime Juice ......50 Pumpkin ......15
Eggs per doz... 15
Flour Pork
S 0 N)/2.... 2,75 D.S. prl ......6
Majestic .... 3.00 Bacon Sides..... .6
jorn Meal prhu 60 Fresh ....... 8al0
jat Meal pr lb.. 5 Br'kf'st Bacon. 11
.jorn perbu. .......58 Ham canvassed 13
Potatoes Shoulders..... 10
Irish......... 75 Beef
Early R'se seed 1.20 Corned ......... 8
Sweet.....60@75 Fresh ........8al0
Salt, pr sack.. .75 Dried.......... 25
Table ........ 5 Milk pr qt...... 10
tNails, per tb31'/a4 Ax,with handle. 1.00
Galv wire do.6,.6j Hoes, each .... 35a50
Manilla rope... 9al20opper paint, can 50
Stoves cook,. .$8a25 Linseed oil, gal.. 65
Pipe, per joint 15
Prints, per yd. 5a8 Checks ........ 5a7
Sheetings .... 5a9 Flannel .......15a40
luslin....... 9all Thread per spool. 5
Jeans ....... 15a45 Shoes, ladies.$1a2 75
Extra pants pat 225 Men's... $1 40a300
Hay pr cwt. .75al.li Oats pr bu....... 40
Bran....... 95al.05 Brick pr M.. ... 13.00
Rope Sisal .....7@9 Lime pr bbl...... 75
Oranges pr doz. Pecans pr 11b..... 15
AppLes...... 12 Walnuts. ....... 20
Lemons......... 30 Almonds........ 15
In shell prl,000 1.50 Opened pr qt .. 15c
Horses... $80aL00 Cows....... $15a$25
Mules... .$100a$155 Hogs... ....$3 to $4
Oxen. pr yoke $40 Sheep... ........ $2
Chickens each 15a25 Geese each. 45a50
'airkeys .. 75al.00 Ducks....... l5a20
Venison pr lb 7a10 Turkeys ..... 5al .00
fresh Salt
Mullet pr doz 95c Mullet pr bbl 5.00
Trout.......... 25 Trout........ 4.50
Pompano pr lb. 6 Pompano.... 10.00
Sturgeon...... 10 Mackeral .... 8.00

i eart, in ..$16.00
Face ... 14.00
Sap ... 10,00
Drop siding,
Heart face m'in 15.00
San 10.00
BuffiTlumber. 8@192
Heart shingles, 2.50
Sap 1.50

Heart, 'V m.. $14.00
Face .. 12.00
Sap .. 10.00
x6x6 in. m. ..$12.00
Finishing lum-
ber, d. $12@15.00
Lath, fm .... 2.00
'Boat lumber,
dressed .... $20

Everybody Says So.
Cascarets Candy Cathartic, the most won-
derful medical discovery of the age, pleas-
ant and refreshing to the taste, act gently
and positively on kidneys, liver and bowels,
cleansing the entire system, dispel colds,
cure headache, fever, habitual constipation
and biliousness. Please buy and try a box
of C. C. C. to-day; 10, 25, 50 cents. Bold and
guaranteed to cure by all druggists.

Volcano of Pinchincha.
Two Swiss tourists were recently lost
While endeavoring to explore the volca-
no of Pinchincha, near Quito, which
has sometimes been veiled for lays in
thick darkness by its falling ashes.
Humboldt ascended it and describes'it
as forming a wall more than eight geo-
graphical miles long upheaved over a
fissure in the westernmost cordillera
nearest to the Pacific ocean. It is sur-.
mounted, castlelike, by three successive
summits from southwest to northeast,
called Cuntur-Guachana, GuagaPichin-
cha and Pichaco de los Ladrillos, the
proper volcano being termed "the Fa-
ther" or "Old Man," Ruen Pichincba.
This is the only part which enters the
region of perpetual snow. Humboldt
ascended it in 1802, Sebastian Wisse in
1845, spending several days and jghts
in a part of its crater, and &l_ -l ti,,
mountaineer Whymper in 1876. Its ac-
tivities are intermittent, occurring in
general several times in each century,
but it has now for a long time been rea-
sonably quiescent. It is one of the most
interesting volcanoes in South America
or the world, but, as the fate of the
Swiss tourists attests, it discourages
familiar approach, and there is a good
deal yet to learn about it.-New York
Opinions Differ.
Critic-That performance of yours
last night was rare.
Manager-I can't agree with you. I
think it was well done.--Detroit Free

Better, Salt-Rheum and Eczema.
The 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 nipples;
chapped hands, chilblains, frost bites
and chronic sore eyes. 25 cts. per box.
Dr. Cady's Condition Powders, are
just what a horse needs when in bad
condition. Tonic, blood purifier and
vermifuge. They are not food but
medicine and the best in use to put a
horse in prime condition Price 25
cents per package.
For sale by L. M. Ware & Co., St. An
drews Bay and Bayhead and all medicine i

through our town one day last week.
Ben Tipton, of East Bay, was here,
one day last week.
Miss Jare Holmes and Miss Thom-
as, of Watson Bayou, were callers
Herbert Johnson and family, of

a New York bank. A clse friend of
his here, and a former employee f
the Merchants Bank, stated this week
that lie had been injured in.New
York, and was on his way home, but
up tu the present writing his arrival
has not been reported. As far as the

St. Andrews, were at Harrison gatl- public is concerned he is a lost man,

ering mulberries. Thursday, last.
HI. M. Spicer, of Cromanton, was
at the mill on business Monday.
Miss Matti- Thompson has pur-
chased the Erkenbrack house, at the
mill, and intends finishing it up ir.
first-class style as soon as possible.
W. J. Cawthon and brother, of
Greenwood, Fla., have been here for
several days past waiting for a load

of fish.

They say fish are so scarce

and it is fair to say that the finder
would be suitably rewarded.

"It is the Best on Earth."
That is what Edward's & Parker, mer-
chants, of Plains, Ga., say of Chamber-
lain's Pain Balm, for rheumatism, lame
back, deep seated and muscular pains.
Sold by L. M. Ware & Co., St. Andrews
and Bayhead, and all medicine dealers.

A Farm Commission.
Tim Jaek 'onville Citizen recom-

they cannot be had for love or money, mends lie creation of a farm com-

In 'eply to die editor iu regard to
havir.-g the celebration at St. An-

inis.sion, and laicetiouly suggests the
names of Me.esrs. Plant, Duval and

vs wijl say that atIat \'e feel Flagler as gentlemen of wide experi-

ere the fiirq o ask for it,
going to act selfish, but il
..r drews is willing to d.) what she
can to make it a success, we are
ready and willing to render any as-
sistance in our power to make the
next Fourth of July one long to be
remembered on old St. Andrews Bay.

Spring medicine is a necessity which
Hood's Sarsaparilla grandly supplies. It
purifies and vitalizes the blood and thus

ence a commissioners. It adds:
It might be wi e to insert a clause




alishl ur Limbr Comuan's Ni

Two Miles East of St. Andrews, are now prepared to furnish first-class

Either Rough or Dressed,
I I 1





Carries a Full Line of Druss, BdiCin ei

Diamond Dyes, Trusses, Syringes;


NeW rocery ad Provlsion Store PINTARTICLEES.
TiJ I T /1w rr' TA

In the Robb Building, Isabella St., West End.


Has Open.etout a CHOICE STOCK of


in thii. law regulating hotels and re- To be sold 0 -E A. ? FOt 0 A. 0--S I, 0Y T iL .

during the rate of the Ponce de Leon
to 75 cents per day, including meals
and lodging, abolishing the dining-
room at the Tampa Bay and estab-
lishing a free-lunch counter in the
rotunda-all of which would be in
thle interest of that atom of suffering
humanity--the tourist.
Offer these gentlemen the situa-
S* A fl-, 1*

gives tone and str.-ngth to the whole ss- ions and they can soon quality
tern. themselves for the duties of them.
Hood's Pills are the only pills to take Mr. Plant need only buy a big hat
with Hood's Sarsaparilla. Cure all liver and a pair of overalls; Colonel Duval

Is Formally Impeached by the
Florida Legislature.
Tallahassee Cor. Citizen.
State Treasurer C. B. Collins was
formally impeached on the morning
of the 22d inst., a committee from
the house appearing before the bar of
the senate, and givi ig due notice
of the action of the house of repre-
sentatives. The notice read:

can practice with a mule till he is
able to run a furrow as straight as
the classic Ocklawaha, and Mr. Flag-
ler can stick a pen behind hih ear and
hold up the financial end of the con-
Why not? The legislature might
allow thIe farmers to control the
millionai es as well as their property,
and if thle menmbeis elected, by the
people are true to the interests of the
people they will immediately pass a
farm commission bill, force Governor

"WVe, a committee of three from Bloxham to sign it, and then compel
the house of representatives of Flor- the men who have proven their capa-
ida, appear at the bar of the senate, city to serve the farmers till the ag-
l nIen I1

and in the naml of the house of rep-
resenttatives, and of all the people of
Florida, do hereby impeach Clarence
13. Collins, treasure of Florida, of
lhigh crimes and mis&lmeaniirs in
office, and hereby give notice that the
house of repre :entatives will, in due
time, exhibit particular articles of
impeachment against him, and make
good the same; and this said conimit-
tee, in the name of the house cf rep-
lesentaiiyes and of all the people of
Florida, do demand that the enatee
take o dier for the appearance of the
said Clarence B. Collins, treasurer,
to answer to said impeachment."
Senator Myers, presiding, an-
nounced that order would be taken
by the senate. In compliance with
a resolution introduced by Senator
Dougherty, a committee of five will
be appointed to take charge of 'he
order, and report to the senate a
method of proceeding with the im-
The impression prevails that Treas-
urer Collins will be given one mouth
in whiuh to prepare his defense. In
such case the senate will reconvene
the latter part of June to conduct the
Mr. Zewadbki, of Maiion, intro-
duced a joint resolution in the house
that morning, proposing an amend-
ment to add section 34 to article 111,
of the constitution, to suslend an
officer the moment he is impfeachli.
bithe house. Prior to the revision

u. the statutes the governor had tlii,
power, but no such provision wat
made in ihe revised statutes, and
Treasurer Collius, although imm-
peached by the house, can remain in'
office until after trial.
Only five members in the house of
representatives declared bp their vote
that they believed Treasurer Collin s
The articles of impeachment were
adopted in the house by a viva voce
vote, and then the report was adopted
as a whole by a vote of 50 to 5,
Messrs. Carlisle, Carter, Frisbee,
Pope and Carter voting against it.
Meantime there is a report that
the whereabouts of Treasurer Collins
is unknown, and an Ocala correspod-
ent of the Citizen writes that a great
deal of speculation is indulged in in
regard to the whereabouts of both
Collins, who-was a former resident"
of Ocala, and McConnell, late of the
Merchants National Bank. The lat-
ter has been absent from his home
here for nearly two months, and
.many rumors are afloat concerning
his Present lace of residnlpno. It

ricultural depression is a tling ,-f
past-till every child in all the land
is able to play ball with Florida
oranges and tons ol fresh garden
truck lie on call in eveiy market
place on the continent So let it be.

FBANK J. CHENEY makes oath that he
is the senior partner of the firm of F1. J.
CHExNE & Co., doing business 'n the City
of Toledo, county and state aforesaid, and
that said firm will pay the r'uni of ONE
HUNDRED DOLLARS for each a-d
every case of CATARRH that cannot lhe
cured by the use of HALL'S CATARRH CUBE.
Sworn to before me and subscribed in
my presence, this Gth ..ay of December,
1896. A. W. GLEASON,
[SEAL] Notary Public.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally,
and acts directly on the blood and mucous
surfaces of the system. Send for testimo-
nials,free. F.J.UHENEY&CO., Toledo,O.
Sold by druggists. 75c.
Hall's Family Pills are the best.

Another Bargain in Real Estate.
The Kilberg place, 2 miles northeast
of Parker, consisting of 80 acres fine
timbered land, 4 acres fenced with
picket fence and in cultivation, with
several fruit trees, grape vines, etc.,
and a habitable shanty. Price $300,
partly on time if desired. For particu-
lars address the Buoy.

opened that \
bottei of 4

'n l D iseases CURED without the use of
S[ Iknife Question Blank and Book free. Call
or write DB. lI. B. BUTTS,

And lie invites the patronage of all who appreciate GOOD GOUDS anmi





FRESH BREAD, PIES AND CAKE, BAKED EVERY DAY. Having purchased a new and extensive stock

Florida Central and PeninsularOF GENERAL MERCANIIISE
RA.IL ,OA. Da. Have opened up the same in the store re'

New Florida and Northern Air Line and Florida cently occupied by Osgood Parker, and
TRUNK LINE. invite all old friends and the purs
Time Table in Effect, Jan. 21, 1897. chasing public to call nd

4XO2 Before Purchasing Elsewhere. All kinds of

4 00p ...... 8 2"a i 00a 6 55p Lv..Jacksonville..Ar 3 30p 9 00a .... 9 12 COUNTRY PRODUCE bought and sold.
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crosse. At Waldo. steamer for Melrose. Connects at Tallahassee for St. Marks, Views of all interesting scenes of prom now oei I sitnher prepared to ItP y
Carrabelle and Apalachicola. Connects at River Junction for Chattahooche r salen. PI Serdl a id herwahi To as'i l
River steamers. Connects at Ocala for Homosassa. Connnects at Fernandina the Bay c.nntrv for sale. RICS dale and Wewahildhk: To avoid n
for Cumberland Route Steamer to the Is ands and Brunswick. All baggage RiEASONABLI. poss eltdily of missing cnnetmog noasy
will be checked from Union Depot. Tickets will still be sold at the city ticket o Voa few days in advance by letter addresLed
office, 202Hogan st., as well as at the Union Depot ticket office. "ENo Work Done on Saturdays. to me at Farmdale A, DYBDALL

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Ticket Agent 212 West Bay street, corner Hogan, Jacksonville Vla. hofnt d came simplek A paIeas o e ~ m
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Pie Plant. Transferring Picture. A Novel Dev;cr. i
Correspondence of the BvoY. Prints or lithographs may be trans- "Whenf people are sui-t riuP frem
ED. Buoy:-One winter just as 1 ferred to glass by a very simple process. thirst, they will resort to all kinds of
BA L URwas on the point of starting for Flor- The glass is cleaned with alcohol and a means to get water," rered a .o.-
polisher, then coated with fine dammar tleman who was at one time a member
BRAY aHfADi cam isyiA 11hv varnish, laid on very evenly. It is then ofthe United States gCological andsur- P O B A IE A I
BAY HEAD, FLA. brought a contribution for Florida," put away in a place where there is no eying expedition POS OFFICE BLOCK, BAY VIEWin the Indian Terri- AVE
as she exposed to view a basket of dust, where it Is to remain until it Is so tory. "For some time wo had been
Sticky that when touched with the finger without water and-. ',c i ., grat-
pie plant roots. I said my baggage the glass, if a small plate, may be lifted ly. Among our nL L- r w I i ra
lI is gone, and it isonly twenty minutes by the adhesion. Th3p cturetobetrans- per who was c-s k en the se-nt for E
to train time, and I do not see ow I ferred must besoaked iirainwateruntil water as is a h d n the til f a Guaranteed
ttitea doos bw it is completely saturated, then placed dooeer. Finally Lo aned u0 a ME.cI and u
PARED TO NIcan takethem But where there is a between sheets ofblotting paper and stcpd. R. W G MITCHELL PROPRIETO
ARE IPARED TO I'URNISH ,,,ill there is a way. Seeing an gently pressed. This removes all su- i 11.1k t 's water h:c, if we "
R ugh and Dress umber of All Grades.empty sho box, I filled it, tied it up pefous water. Nowput thepictures, cold di a ,' Offers His Professional Services to th Citizens of St An
Rmpty shoeDrosuI filmbdriof Allduraunp face down, upon the sticky side of the "'But we can't,' I cw.ed. Surrounding Country.
and hurried to the train. glass. The utmost care is necessary in 'No, but we can do something else,' May be nd at hi residence B nna Vista avn at t
'--- *-- " While waiting for a boat at Pen- placing it, as once it touches it cannot he said.
be moved without danger of tearing out "With that he cut a reed, tying some
THE PATRONACE OF THE PUBLIC SOLICITED sacola Iremarked that I had pie pieces of the print. When itis adjusted, moss on the end of it. Then he dug into L. M. WARE JO. R. TH
plant roots in that box thatga friend begin at one corner and press the picture the earth, placed his reed in the hole
'8TermS oash Or endorsed notes8, brought me just as 1 was leaving. closely upon the adhesive surface, watch- and packed the earth around the reed.
*Termsoahor enaoi lnote, b' ugl me njust as I w Tas eaving. ing it continually t6 see that no air bub- He waited for a few moments.
__ She said, "give me one root, I want bles appear between the picture and the 'Do you mean to say you can suck II
Don YH Want to try :t here. When I lived at St. Varnished surface. When this is finished, water out of that thing?' I asked.
Do You Want Andrews I tried to raise it a dozen put the picture away again, let it re- 'Yes, if, as I think, there's water
Andew I tre to ,main until quite dry, then lay a wet near tho surface. '
times.. It would come up nicely,and towel over the back of the picture until "He drew strongly at it with much
about the time I thought I would the paper is thoroughly soaked. satisfaction.
A have a pie, the leaves would fall over Now begin at one corner, and, with 'Good,' he remarked. 'Would you
0 Aihaveeaapes, te T, would fall overthe fingers, frequently dipped in water like to try it?'
So the ground, and wlien I dug down so that they will remain wet, rub off "With little confidence in the result,
I I could find o r oot; it li a.l i .ap- the white paper. Continue this until all I sucked at the reed with the surprising
feared, and I can give no reason the white portion is removed. Thiswill result of getting plenty of clear, pureLER IN
leave only the col)r of the picture upon water. To iny parched tongue it sc-Eued
S case; it was gone, and that is all I the glass. At th sh give the back a the very nectar of the gods.
no .a"her beaic6a( tr'nspartnt var- 't's th 0 --
know." 'Iths-slccr a the *aci of r.......
m aw nish.' Let it dry thoroughly and add a spring,' I said. G--
I imagined that it was moles that verythin second coat. When this is per- 'Yes, the moss is our filter,' he re- GRO ERI
Secure one or More 66od Residence or Business ate up the roots o( Mi s. Lrraine's fectlydry,framethepicturewith a very plied.
plants, and 1 would head them off. thinglassoverthevarnished side. Hang "We pursued our journey much re- W
Shouldn't have mine; oh, no! With in the window as a transparency. A freshed, and I never forgot the old trap- BUILDER
CT j > > 35M = Shouldn't have mine; oh, no! With few attempts may be necessary before per's advice. "-Detroit Free Press. S IT
that end in view, I dug holes, lined expert handling is acquired, but perse- .-
them h glass, filled with ernc e will brig c andShi Chandlery, Salt Fish, Etc. Et
care and a Jittle ingenuity very many
SOr aFiv -Acre Frl t Tr 1I compost, planted the roots and paved beautiful pictures may be prepared at Ev e r I S E
Sthe tops with oyster shells, congrat- the most trifling expense.-New York -o-o-o-o-o-
the wit Ledger. Like biliousness, dyspepsia, headache, consti- AGENT FOR
S ltn m el tha I could rae lasting mBself that I could raise pie pation, sour stomach, indigestion are promptly
plants in St. Andrews. In a short During the reign of Elizabeth the
7---- time the leaves appeared, and I was fashion in binding underwent a consid- "om.. til 01
Being a PRACTICAL 8 URE"Y )11, I am prepared to furnish thinking of a pie soon, when one day erable change, the graceful simplicity
I noticed the leaves lain over on of the early work, with its rather severe ALSO FOR
SUR IVE S MVAPS AND CHA R I noticed tgu e leaves laying them u and restrained ornament, giving place es
SURVEY S, M A PS A N D CH A RTS the ground, and taking them up, to a eav, ovrdooratedstyle, inwhih easily and thoroughly. -
found that they looked as if they had a superabundance of gilding hid pover- Best after dinner pills. i
On the Shortest Poib Noticebeen ct off with a sharp knife. If ty of design. This style reached its 25cents. All druggists. I S
been cut off with a sharp knif height in the bindings produced for Prepared by C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass.
any of your readers have raised pie James I, which were commonly dotted The onlyPill to take with Hood's Sarsaparilla. T R E
Assessment and Payment of Taxes, plant at St. Andrews, will they please all overwith flowers-de-'lae or thistles,
Will be Giiven Prompt, Petrsonal Attention 11while the corners were filled with a
Will be Given Prompt, Personal Attention tell me how they grow it, and what heavy block of coarse design. During B 0 A R D I N If you need FURNITURE of any kind, call on
CALL ON became of the roots? and confer a the reign of Charles the bindings were
TT Da^Ir~ favor upon the writer. as a rule copied from French work and Mp. -1
W .H Parkerav pt, the designs carried out with very small s 1 J I or lT V I
Real Estate Deaer. The remainder of the roots that tools; but, though foreign influence was M. 1 U. UU.JU
Parker, Fla my friend brought were planted in strongly felt at first, the English bind-
our garden here, and I made the ers soon struck out a line of their own, B na ita Ava ra
first pies this year April 13. The and Samuel Mearno, the binder to
sEtalks arevery large and the flavor Charles 1, produced some admirable
Swork and seems t6 have i produced the St. Andrews, Fla. 40, 42, & 44 S. Palafox st,
fne. L. II II ItID 71uso+, quaintly shaped panel whioh gave the
Peoria, Ill. name of cottage binding to a certain House and Accommodation First
class of work. At a little later date an Class in Every Respect.
Edinburgh binder whose name is un-
WhoM. Was It? known, but whose work is easily distin-
A scholar traveling in the east says guishable, executed some marvelous
St Afford to iThis ha t he was once in camp with his pieces of work on very dark green mo- E
friend Ramsay, a man of kindred tastes, rocco.-Athe utnceum. oIs prepared to cut
in a wretched Phrygianvillage far from WOOtD AND FENCE POSTS
the track of travelers. As they were A Parliament Custom. and deliver them at reasonable rates. A
Having Purchased the Stock of Goods in the Storeat striking tent in the morning a heavy Before the speech from the throne is and deliver them at reasonable rates.
faced boy brought Mr. Ramsay a hand- read, when the f e resumed in If you need labor with team call upon D'I A ER IN
59 S H H ful of bronze for sale. He sorted it rap- the afternoon, :" ord chancellor in _. SURBER
AiK9 idly on the palm of his hand and found the house of loras a the speaker in the
among the rubbish one very rare coin of hou'e of commons It is the practice in A SECTI0NAL MAI
I am Making Constant Addintions Thereto and Propose to Hierapolis. Then he put it all back both houses to readbne hill a first time
again in the boy's outstretched palm and pro form in order to as. rt their right
offered half a dollar for the lot. The boy of deliberate ion without reference. to the
H AT ON E PRIC Aaccepted the bid, gavebackthe handful, immediate cause bf summons. This I
". ..took his money and disappeared while practice is eujouedIn the houseof lords QUEENS ARE LASSWARE,
...O A 11Z + the exultant purchaser went chuckling by a standing orde. In the house of and the
i off among the horses. commons the same form is observed
Ten minutes later the boy appeared pursuant to ancient custom and of the
t the Lowest Living margin of Profit. ndup to th er Eng- following r ut passed March 22, a y C n t r y.

A Treat Every ster Alie and Cortously. bha n hch ws h ame rare ting in every parliament sme onebill, \e ave ade arrangeientsA F ll Li
the bronze in his hand and offered a for form saie." In the house of com- which wca funih this fine MA
Call and See M Coods and et Mv Prices half dollar for it, which theboyrefused, mons the clerk of parliaments produces covering about eighteen miles square
+',l aeOaPriCes1 though the bargain was eventually con- an ancient document \lhich has served of territory, including the Cincinnati u ke
H N D S eluded for a dollar. this purp.oe for at lea't a century, en- Company's Tract, also Harrison,
SThen the gentleman, in high glee, titled "A bill for effectnally prevent- Parker, Cromanton, and adjacent
W * hailed his companion and, showing his ing clanmdtstine outlawrits," which is country, for AND A COMPLETE STOCK OF
P A R K E R FL A. purchase, informed him that he was not duly read a first time and ordered to be
the only man who possessed a coin of read a second time and will never beONE DOLLAR. TT DE T A K F R' S S UPP LE
-- Hierapolis. heard of again till the opening of the (J1MJ 1 KIKlL i0
"Let us compare," said the other, next session.-London News. Or given for 5 cash yearly subscriptions, a too C co ii 3 a U y
Iphfi~~ W S SIJ lwas jingling. Marreous lMecha.nismof lielHman Body. fly the aid of this map the location oufEe H In Fos orce
IS AR E *W S A -9He sorted the lot and felt in every The human body is an epitome in na- lands purchased of the Cincinnati ui or r
pocket. No coin of Hierapolis was there. ture of hall uechnics, hllibydraulics, all Company can be easily ascertained, MbVM n lB U1 U15
To this day three questions remain un- architecture, all machinery of every or, parties may send us $1 and their --- -.
l I i answered: kind. There arena more than ;310 mechan- esci andi we w illlocate their T OIA AR L
the first instance in order to sell it over day, and all of three are but modifca- lotsandetn the Map by mail
again? tions of those found in the human body. Address THE IIUoY,

How, in that remote region, far from Here are found all the bars, levers, St. Andrews, la. This is the latest and most col
the haunts of travelers, did he know the joints, pullhys, pumps, pipes, wheels For 5 cash subscrilers,we will give as Hand Plow for working plants in the ga
M value of his find? and axles, ball and socket movements, a premium, I Sectional Map of the Bay isselt-adjstatble; the weight the b
And to which purchaser did the coin beams, girders, trusses, buffers, arches, country, or 1 Map of the City of St. An- which the blade is attached keeps it
really belong?-Youth's Companion. columns, cables and supports known to drews. Either map sold singly-$1 ground, and the depth of plowing is re
science. At every point man's best me- by lifting the handles. A boy or girl
His Sweet Voice. chanical work can be shown to be but The Old Reliable i\ years can handle it with perfect ease.
OR GAfN JANUARY. 9 1892. The best of men are at timesliable to adaptations of processes of the human t pbf
make very serious mistakes. A man in body, a revelation of first principles aturnig mold, 2ashovel, 3asweepor
a Leicestershire village woke in the usedinnature.--Willi.iamGeorge Jordan Establisaho8aisyrs. Troats-maleortemale, blade, 4 a bull-tongue, 5arake.
Te purpose of t (Dqtry dnijceut to St night and Heard what he supposed to be in Ladies' Home Journal. marrie or single, cases of exp e with each plow.
Sthe harsh grating of a saw on a hard GUA NEk1LE.D. Board and apartment. We have made arrangem
to_ eB Bay and to board and at once jumped to the con- rTh, r ftn-.i of Ju.tinian. furnseat w hn .'o, sd. !Question Bian l hiaA e can furnish this
Develop its Resu80 as a Fruit- growing Country. clusion that some bold, bad burglar was The pandects of Juistinian, the most -" r *2',. ,' .- price, $3.75
T accomplish hi th Ao popo to Sell Lands in tratso wo- sawing a hole in the front door. complete body of Roman laws ever col-
o accomplish this the Assooiation proposes to Sell Lands in tractsof Two- He slipped out of bed, glided like a elected, were supposed to be lost, but in "SStttSS r.-S
a u-a-halfand FiveAcres to such parties only as will improve them by the specter into the hall and again listened 1137, when Analfiwas taken and plun- 1 O0 i
Section of Houses. Fences and such Permanent Improvements as will enhanIee the and this time became fully satisfied that dered by the Pisans, a private soldier 0t .10 .0 ,,
alue of each tract so disposed of, and particularly to hs first suspicions were correct. found a copy which lie sold to an officer '
Plant them Out ia Trees, Plants and Vines, Seizing his trusty gun, he poured a for a few pcnee. The value of the discov- lVe..... Aw...ay ..
Plan the out i c re te, Pant s andVi hhandful of powder and ditto of shot into ery was soon apparent and the precious u so t ......
To the end that in the shortest practicable time every su^a tract shall be a each barrel, capped it and, softly raising volume was taken to Pisa and stored in Eve, M o t ~ .
Source of Revenue to its Owner. an up stairs window, blazed away in the city library. Wlhn Pisa was stormed .. M t
the darkness, the shot being followed by by the Florentines, in 14 15, the precious V to the person ubmtting the
AS TO RELIABILITY OF THE ASSOCIATION a howl of pain from below. volume was captured and taken to Flor- dun ithe receding month. --
Thefirst quest which will natural be asked wi be s this Ass- He then hurriedly drew on a few of ence, where it was placed in the library U PATENTSe
ei t naturally be asked will be: "s thisAsso- his most necessary garments and went of the M.dic. FOR INVENTORS, andoer to en-
on reliable"? And the answer to it is: Any person employing the Association to investigate the matter, and upon the courage perof ns hisofanfer ins to en- freight toSt Andrews Ba about 75 cents, main te pw,
c r erak4.ntprfrei But to A ndrews oa bvto uesrto do b ette, th a ing this and will s endfth
make improvements ay deposit an approximate payment of the estimated cost of first step found the wounded form of a Skilled Nursing. metime e wishto mprese $4.50. But th B Y poposes to do better than this and willsend th
melth resposm tle w lehisbpesiness man or firm o doing business on the Bay or in nof pchs t p rh..
Bank at their own homerto be paid over only when firthe AdigbUessociation shall satisfacto-n neighboring youth, who, in feeble tones, Skilled nursing is now regarded as of the fact that :: :: : Onepyear and fnish itne of these plows complete at the factory for
ry howthat the improvements have been made according to agreement. explained that he had come over to sere- quite as much significance as expert pIt's the Simple, u The plow may he seen in operation at the BUOY Farm at an
The Association will not only improve and plant, but watch and care for nade his sweetheart, the old man's only medical attendance. Those whose means Order from the BuY d.rect
sn property erttrusted to its keeping.guarding against forest fires, dishonest pilferers daughter, with a song and that when he will permit of it genera lly employ train- riial Inventions Order from
for damages frionomany cause possible to be prevented. was shot he was driving ahead as best ed nursEt, and between the professional M That Yield Fortlte
Prom a careful estimate of the probable expense and income of a fruit he could on "Sweet Spirit, Hear My assistant of the physician in the home T 50 YEARS' L D DOCTG
prla dation in the St. Andrews Bay country a few figures are given: Prayer." and hospital treatment for various ail- as -suchan as e Long't Hook EXPERIENCE.
Pic'-of*ana per arse,say $25 to $50; cost of clearing, say $20; *ostofplanting 1st He expressed no surprise at the old ments theoldconditionsof the sickroom "Safety Pin," "Pigs in Clo-
yWrSTsy$30; cost of cultivation each year thereafter, $20, man's mistake, but thinks that he might have almost passed away.-Baltimore e t," Air Brake," etc.A SFAOR
r m, not extravagant to estimate that a 1-acre vineyard will on the third have at least yelled Who's there?" be- Herald. a brhlmost idea at some time or s A n Jer iySF
year, lf'properly cultivated, yield $200 worth of fruit and of peaches nearly or quite fore he pulled the trigger, but the shoot- other. Why not put it in prac- J l~n ula ac be
the same, white-fgs should do even better than that. Then, though perhaps a little er said he was somewhat excited and During the middle ages great crimi- ticainse? YOUR talents may
longer, some oflthem, in' coming into profitable'bearing may be named pears, apricots, just a little scared, so didn't stop to nals, such as parricides and persons who make your fortune. Why anotmeoa in prsene
otarines, plums, prunes-, mulberries, olives,. J'apa'n persimmons almonds English think.-Pearson's Weekly. conspired against the king, were torn try? :: :: :: :: :: *. TRADE MARKS, OR.WARrO i;U .SthS., S$
eIsnut, Japau chestnuts, peIans, a d',.ny other varieties of fruits and nuts. which a to pieces by horses, one or two powerful "Writfor further information andDESINS
are almost certain to flourish here; while oranges and citrus fruits, though not con- Opinions Differ. steeds being fastened to each limb and mention this paper. COPYRIGHTS &"
eldered certain yield large returns offener than they miss Citic-That performance of driven in different directions. Ravaillac, I THE PRESS 6LflIMS 60. quck nd et antionn
The Secretary of the Assodi'ation will give particular attention to an- last night was rare nce o your the assassin of Henry IV, and Damiens, Phlip W. Avirett, Gen. Mgr., patential. to munic ft rincg rph F.
ewering letters of inquiry, and the B-oy will in fts answers to correspondents an- Manager-I can't agree with you. I who conspiral against Louis XV, were 618 F Street, Northwest, t America. We tha u Con ce ': '
wer all questions asked it. think it was well done.-Detroit Free put to death in this manner. WASHINGTON, D. C. a special notice in the
REM M B E R the Association Lands will be sold on Easy Press. SIENTIFIC AMERIOAN
Terms of Payment; but improvements must be paid for as satisfactory proof is given There are now orders ahead in the Theresponsbiity ofthiscompany illustrated, largest circulation o' .
hM *.e work has beew performed. CO RRESPONDENCE SOLICITED. shops of Paris and London for all the stock is held by over one thousand e an sieentifc ournale, larsterms3.00 a year;l e
Address R. E. HOWARD, S. is authorized in Denmark, waden and olden hair that can be purchased in United tee. A OO MUN C. AOdrenss D 0 ,-. ; Ca
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