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Title: St. Andrews buoy
Uniform Title: St. Andrews buoy
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Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Emmons & Lynch
Place of Publication: St. Andrews Fla
Publication Date: June 24, 1897
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Saint Andrews (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Washington County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Washington -- Saint Andrews
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General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 27 (Sept. 28, 1893).
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ST. ANDREWS BA

First Last,':and all the

Time!


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3 Washington Couny


West Florida
Against thb World.


VOL. VII.


ST. ANDREWS BA Fl., JUNE 24, 1897
~~tJUNE 241 $7


NO. 13.


OFFICIAL DIRECTORY.

UNITED STATES.
Senltildi --Hon. Sam'lI Pra ,co, Mon .tice ll,
Hon e; R. Mallorv, Puns.ieohll.
tepresentatives-Ist District, S.. Spark-
man, Taripa: ;2d District, 1:. W.
D]) is, Palatka.
Lind Office-Register. J M. Barco: Re-
Reveiver-N D Wainwright, Gainiesville
STATE.
Governor-VW. P. Bloxham; S-cretary of
.Statv, J. L. 'railort; freasurer, C. B.
C Ilins; Attorney ;Genieral VWm. V. La-
tilar; Couiptrollr. V' 11 It eynolds: Si.-
t-rintendent )f Public Iit rlicti,iil, W .
N. Sheat.s; Commiissioner of Agricul-
ture, L. i. Wonibwell; Adjaiant Ge -
eral, Patrick Houston. Talahiassei'.
U S. SENATOR.
First Distriet-J. A. Henderson, Talla-
hasee; Second Distrk't,Samuel Pasco.
3Monticello.
-STATE SENATuoR.
Twenty-filth District-J. B. Clarke, We-
wn.hithka..
WASHINGTON COU NTY.
Representative, S. M. Robinson, Chiplev,
County Judge, D. D. Melvin, Vernon;
Olerk of Couirt, County Clerk, liecrder
ifDeed r' -V. )~B. Las.ritt:-r, Vernon;
Sheriff, C. G. Afien, Chipley; Treasurer,
.R. C. Horne, 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.
hdstice of the Peace. W. I. Singleterry;
Notary Public, Deputy Circuit Court
Clerk, W. A. Emmons: School Super-
visor, R. F. Brackin; Post Master,Dr.
WV. G3 Mitchell.
HARRISON.
Pbstmistress, Mrs. M. B. Jenks.
PARKER
?oitntaster and Notary Public, W. H.
Parker.
PITSBURU.
?ostmaster H.B. Smith.-
AYDERSON.
Postmaster, S. W. Anderson
GAt.
Pbstbinater, Mrs. R. Gay:
BAY HEAD.
Postmaster, Martin Post.

CALHOUN COUNTY-CROMANTON.
Notaries, E. Mosher, Frank Hoskins,
Postmaster; W. M. Cromatl; Coun
ty Commissioner, H. M. Spicei
DeLuty 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. '. S.C. E.-Prayer meeting at the
Presbyterian church every Sunday after
.10011 ait 3:311 o'clock. All are invited.
Baptist-Cliurchl, corner of Wyoming
aven-i and Ciuciiina i street. Church
conferer.-j ..i'-turday Iefore first Sullllia
"ar ta raT.n Sunday school every Sinudatv at
9:'0 a.m. Preaching second and fourth
Sundays in each month. Rev. J. P. Smith,
pastor
I' Preshyterian-Church corner Loraine
avenue and Drake street.
Watholic-Church corner Wyoming ave-
ine and Foiter street.
THE MAILS.
The northern mail, via Anderson, Gayv
Bayhead and Chipley 'departs every da
except Sunday at 3:00 o'clock; a. m.;
arrives every day except Sunday al
7:40 p. nin.
E'ast 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.
8;T. ANDREWS BAY, CHIPLEY &
VERNON TELEPHONE CO.
(Incorporated Nov. 7, 1886.)
SCHEDULE OF RATES:-For each five
Minutes, or fraction thereof, use of
Phone:
Between St.Andrews Bay & Gay.... I(e
Bayheadl5e
Is ,, Chipley. 25c
Chipley & Bayhead........ 15e
,* Gay............. 2ieC
Bayhead&Gay............ 5c
Por transmission by telegraph 10e.
extra, not including telegraphic service.
A. J. GAY, Gen'l Mgr.


arker Lodge No. 142
-A-. H. &--A.-2E-
Regular Comiuni-
cations on Saturday.
on or before each full
t moon.
Visiting Brothers
Fraternallv invited.
W. H. PARKER W. M.
W. A. EMxoNs, Secretary.


BUSINESS DIRECTORY
W. A. EMMONS,
Deputy Circuit Court Clerk and No-
tary Public for the State at Large; has
jurisdiction to administer oaths, take
afficavits, legalize ackuowledgments,
eti., anywhere in Florida. Special at-
tention given to land conveyances and
to marriage services. Office at the
BUOY Office, St. Andrews Bay.
DR. J. J. KESTER,
Homeopathic Physician and Ac-
coucher. Office Pioneer Drug Store,
corner of Shell avenue and Michi-
gan street,
St. Andrews Florida
DR. W. C4. MITCHELL,
l0roprietor East End Drug Store, of-
fers his professional services to the
citizenss of St. Andrews Bay and
vicinity. Office at Drug Store.
Resideride on Buenna Vista avenue
opposite old Florida Exchange.
W. H. PARKER,
-iotaryv public and Surveyor. Special at-
tention given to all Notarial business
also to the Drawing of Maps, Charts, etc
barker. la
C. H. CRIPPEN,
Notary Public.
till attend promptly to all business de-
manding his attention. Office on Rayv-
view street, one block northeast of T
G. Danford's store;


PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY
One dollar a Year in Advance.

WILLIAM A, EMMONS
Proprietor.
Display ad rites 511 Po-'ition and extraordinary condition
rates subiect to stoecial azreemein t.


A. long as populism is a cointest-
ant in ti.o political arena, the only
avenue open to the other parties i
to fix permanently a limit to it.,
latitile, an .1 see that it is confined
within those environs. Suchi a
course will hasten the return ift su-
premacy of the detnimclatic party.


and I110110 .11 heri.


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lhas tieId bhtth Ituld. kn
of St. Andrl ws Bay A
uf alny nortlioern state.
Ii c n iIllsion, it is
i lh li, v ,i l ,a i N L s l
or acturial .,i ller whliO
to one of the ini,'t. dc

)l:'ti', a',? t:ike l n iii in1i 1
;ctluer, fimr if oi.iteneic


jlce 'te rh.icV'tl


Of bt.. Andrew, Bay, Its Most Attractive Features, Improve-' o
'beint rog (-ill
Ilcipts and lid(llceilentS to Actual Settlers. p -eing l j
'j.s fint lll
1%4h I -_-^ iter iAl


TARPON, or SILVER FISH, Caught in St. Andrewt Bay with ordinary book
and linei n Augist, 1825; Length, five feet seven inches.

(CONTINUED IP.)M IAST WEEK )
Aside from the money interests in fishing, the pursuit for pastime is one
the chief attractions ot St. Andrews Bry. From the tiny Choper to the.
giant Silver King, or Tarpon, the angler seldom fails of realizing all the
pleasures :)f the fisherman's art. Our illustration is front a photograph of'
a Tarpon-length five feet seven inches, caught with ordinary hook and line,'
near Red Fish Point, by Dr. D. B. Cliffe, of Fianklin, Tenn., in Augu t,
1895. Mr. D. B. Allen, also of Franklin, Tenn., of the same party with Dr.
Cliffe, caught durictg the same month of August, sixteen Tarpon, ranging
in length and size about the same as the subject of the illustration, and '
others have been correspondingly successful.
AN ELECTRIC TELEPHONE COMPANY.
About one year ago some of the St. Aidrews people began to think it
would be possible to get some sort of message communication with the out-
side world, better than to wait the motion of the mail, and to that end a
meeting was called to discuss the advisability of building a telegraph or tel-
ephone line. At that meeting it developed that a telephone line would be
considered the most advantageous. And then and there the first steps
weie taken and nearly enough money pledged to build the line, and within
a few days sufficient stock was subscribed, a company formed, the contract let
and within a few weeks the line was built to Dhipley and offices at St. An-
drews, Gay, Bayhead and Chipley equipped with modern long-distance in-
struments and ready for business. The telephone has proved itself to be a
gleat convenience, and while the profits have not' yet been large, there is
every reason to believe that business over the line will steadily increase and
at no distant day return gocd dividends to the stockholders.
St. Andrews Bay is still without a railroad; but. the e.tabli.Ilhmiieit .of a
steam.hlip-service i- a ltng tep towa,.in imnprovenmetlt tp., l the oli condli-
tions of travel. 'Tl_ e stean lslip \Alliha cartics tweunt-live cabin pa.hsengris,
nicely and the captain anud officers aie couinteutts and attelttive to the cornltIt
of pairons.
Not the least valuable improvements have been tlhe establishment of
steam mail serviceN on North and E t Bays; this gilin g ipassengels an oli,-
portunity to make the round trip, on either :bay every day without t being de-
penilent upon the t ikle ad id unlelialle wil I..r Imotive power.
It is lnt nece-L.ary to tell )ou avnytling about
ThIE 4 L1.'NIATE,
'or everybody now lakes it four granted that is goa,.,l enolgh-c-.lohl in sum-
iter tltan anv of you at the nirth can have; beccau..e ol the sea breezes, ailt
only culI enough as a rule in winter to be enjoyabl.-: juht always remnliiber-
ing to except thle oeca.,iiinal snaps, when you at tlie inolt. g.t m ,iue uf thl,' -i
Arctic z.-plhyr's thlan you can use, and tlitg son:e of the Jpliilters, so to
bpl.ak at us, ,fur spit, itrebunablyv, which naturally reach I inll gesttily
umoderate.l ternp leature.
\What doe.- it cost to build a house? About two tl idss as nmucl as lt(
same size, style and finish would in New Yurk state. -uod nLwecliaiies
woAk for $1.25 to $2.00 a day.
What is the present pice of land? From $2 to $300 per acle, accold-
ing to location; with state and lailroal lands at from $1 to $ :.50. anld lthoe
ire. still some government tracts buujiect to iltuiestead entry. and lietluently
a liomestead claim can be bought out quite realjnably.
low little means can one get along w.vith in tatilin-;4? Well, it is hard
to tell. Many of us uwho are heie had to get along without a iy vo01 iti,
very little. And one can if he u ills to, hieroa nm an lIelie elso, live-or Say
vely chieapl; but if one really wants to enjoy life frm tlie stait it will be
best to estimate about one dollar a week for each itiieimberb-of the family for
a year; that will cover a comfortable supply of what it will be ueces.ary to
buy till you get some potatoes, peas and melons to help, y out.
BEST TIME TO COME.
As to health, change of climate, etc., it is best to come when )oii get
ready, without regard to the time of year; but if you want to take il)sse-i-
-.iou q!- ssL i^ec = w sH tW go a 48!"k a H
must do most all the work with yoar own hands, then ,.,'ber i.' about
the best time; because that will give you time to get a piece fenceel and
plowed ready for spring planting, wlich begins in February and Maich.l
You can get ready to begin to put out an orchard the next winter; Decem-
ber and January being generally considered the best tinmeo for setting Aut
trees, vines, etc.
And now, some will probably wish to know what in tlie greatest draw-
back against success in farming. As far as it has come under the observa-
tion of the writer, it is easy told; First and chiefest, men come who are,
broken down from overwork in the struggle for existence at the north, and
are not able to work out the roots and work in the trees with their own
hands, only a little at a time and so very slowly that they could hardly keep
the brush from repossessing the ground every year; Second, those came
who were too poor in purse to be able to hire lands cleared aund put in; so
have been obliged to go too slow; and, thirdly, the double poverty has kept
them from making use of the natural fertilizers, which are plenty-muck
and fish, and has forbidden the useof commercial fertilizers, too; and fourth,
we are, as are all places on the coast, liable to drouth, but there has never
been great loss of trees or vinl-s from this cause where intelligent fertilizing
to retain the moisture could be made available. But drouth and the other
extreme of too much rain have done some damage in places where drouth
and the succeeding freshet have been unusually prolonged and severe.
Bint all or any of these drawbacks can be present in any other place: in
fact they manifest themselves everywhere and are fully as great hindrances
to success as here, where we escape the long cold, biting; pinching, freez-
ing, costly winter; the worst of all drawbacks on fruit-growing, arid the


scarcely less unenldiirable drawback to comfort and happiness, the hot,
roasting, frying, burning, sizzling summer months of the north. The writer


whdot.of lie ,paswhen lhe tsays IIlthL [ li't, cuimale
~fHt* fjeele: ble -:i-110r-in winter or int suivi rtiptHim

V 1IPCvs...9I v t tOSl Lt tat the advllti-jog c,l17,11111111
'I Means (.1' remching here, ai, I tIII,. i- k1t
,,oma llc 0r Ltienu itimi~i...9 itl


'' the first stell from viii' ''.'INto
Intmi ot hers.'' so lita v., .A ,loll111ilit,
the uieti''erlatic pail'tVtakun that Iilust
R-tep, afrd nowv tthe % i!4'v-L Md n -Iit' '

t,'ar li14 ktv ijiiv-%%.wsuile-r itn revikluss

tI ,rse iffd 'LS tin-islo mAt1l ies"ICS ri vlf


fo I


11t 10iik 1 i t. ',e 1.1f%;',I-l leadin-, it a-itraIv biti i. I'~'ra
,s~aiicdatl-f and land iwtirk i, a1111W
Vil ull ~i~llintills t ~IlelY c~t is vari'Ivuiltuillall m-11,4(it I it Ir..
tililtil ~lo~l%1, vo kli4ow by diu.C I : ,1 brlirle *, at (,lieduti irl,
aiiitiul" ii1in cdilto DEnlaw1id Ii il in the m irelIH u ofpuuImli.;i jl
Bil~ic lj i llin halv' 110 filnit is 11 Ow dal 'htk andl 1-114-el -11
thol cRive, thi latho eulia~
1' 0 %v Il-e klnot ~pthe onloy IwhoI.v rI it.h


IliljtIlit5.it 11O Th I ii._.Iiial flavor is thus ~thle larty. r1htc eCii i, .
jet: inel. 1Th6e 'r't tul a s.nlluhltilt 1*-;
a. il rtSO It is, as a rule, be- 'iaritroim CoItton.
oiid t 1114, Tech .-I the vIll'r. The Probably tl~e nn',t hrig i-.
roi ce (.A C'c'L~istvl1d't~in nt;re dilari ll~iullkto %liii a Couilillgel1vIo'y (Iltw-


"i\-z'it l o ilts a pu)ltu andi a little 0


it goes very far; but those who are
thrift\ take caie to niake it f'ui tnern-
selves, lie cost then being alis.o il tely
insignificant. It is chilly t- ed by
ithliemi for lla ,orinig their niaca in'
thlie %x ,itor; i: fact there j fw
S The Glad Herea 'a
Written for iithe tov.
When passed are tears an hl
And e-arthly gloom at d ol
We shall in thlu hereaft-r,
The Master's dealingtk 5 '.
How oftentimes his leading
Are where deep shfadotwi hin,
And to our pila'ei'ful pl.a ngs
The-re soeeiith no repli ,
Each <-hastening afflitiozi ,
I- -..' t in t ti,1,r lIove,
A~ vn l b eL t' a. b ..1,, '' ."
Down wafted--orum al.ove. -4 -
"
Thliolith tears flow all unbidd'&
He-reafter we shall say, '.
"Our .'Savior's hand, though ldden,
Has led us all the way.."


And a fadeless crown of glot
Shall s iuceed that of pai
In the li-.rhtof the hereafter
Life's dark paths will be
ALICE B.I


lain.
iMITIl.


Grieving Rather L. e.
The pitiful outbreak lof Sen tor Vest
of Mi.,sunri upon seeing s 'veral of
tlie s-ntliprn senators-13:4 on andl
('liy of Gt.' .~ia, McEniery o Louis-
iana, a11n MeLatrini of S.ufli i'Caro-
lina, \ohte with the republicans 'npoti
the revi iin of the tariff, i hl hi
exclaniti'n-, thalit the desrtidrn ol
th,,-e democrats to the p.teetion
,i,,'trine ol thie republican pzaty, an-
tIoInti.eJ the diss(olutiim and L*easking
Iup of ti ilenintcratic party is, to say
tlhe least attributing the cause rather
late.
Had Mr Vest's f,,resight -een as
keen as h iis aftor-sight, lie cohd have
seen that hlie ciMninencenmet- of the
wrecking of the denm.,crati partn,
did lnot begin with this' recent
deseiCtion on lthe part o' th sena-
tonrs, liut dated back several" months
plimi., 'lien lie, in conipaa with
......... C .r ha- ,,.1 ,, 1 e ".",,thers.


& i 1 1


*-. .... .IU 1 1 IJ 'S lltl t I .-e III Ij ,,1l, I. l ',
havIe fallen a victim is that of their
advocacy of a tariff oni e.t ilun.
W hlile silne aie dIllIpe illit ( Iht
ide' a that a .'rtot ciive leni e is e< ii-
t:ail for the (lefen.se f their rights -f.
Imemb trs of Ametican society, t II.
muijoritv of thinking southern people
wi!l Nee it in no other light than as
a hiideons fraud, a ieatiia b ivlwhich lthe
republican party hope to mii lead the
noutlhern planter into miipp.ntin. it.
in its attempts at comineicial istola-
tinii.
A duty on cotton wonlil not of
itself advance the pi ice of the staple
to. the grower one Jit.a, or a fila:tiin-
al palti of a cent, aind tlhe attempt .,f
Iith protection aic.--:-. t .L . .**--
the trodiffere oftfer-ttilfry to
thlie lessons learned by l',ng years of
experience is notIlii ig it ol aii inm-
pimitiotn uponll the f'ciilties ol reaiuoli.
D lpi'lte thle claii oif Bi ya-- L-irinig
tIle la't camllpaigni, that "U,ll-51~Aidl
,lIinlud h-a8s n1 e fect upon thle pl ice
ol Ilir.nluct:-,' tl o raitiiial A imei ican
lia.- learnteil that it is inijmossiblo for
him to expect (lie Naiue rate of c,,ti-
peli.,atioin for his cotton alid wool an
he received a decade ago, when tlie
mianul'actured articles male :here ini
are now upon the inarket, s~ekin
buyers at a fity per cenit leducitiOcil.
of all theo sophi.jtry inJ-lulged in by
the auivocates of tariff, tle claim that
trill' increases the price paii, th e
producer, btaiins tile iti.st gain iA
rmaniiiestation of the aliilities hliar-
lbuil'd by the bliind6 andl iinthiiiiii g
chlia-eis ol' the lrmlection chiliera.
Niie can h. :i'lly 'exL-ct lile police
otf l.eir cott'nii to reminain a-. it wr:
ten years aro, i. e., from S to 12 co-uts
por pound, when manufactured cuttnt,
gotds have witnessed a decline in pri,:e
from 20 to 50 per cent.
Let those dissatisfied who are ever
looking for an avenue of escape from
the constant march that is being niadet
towards a miniAiium price of livelihoods
onlv take an unibiasedd view of the con-
ditions. as they really exist throughout
the world and lie will instantly see
whereiu he is only the victim of a
wrong impression as to i.he riorious ef-
fects of a promised protective trritf.


to the democratic conventional
Chicago last July, in which
seated the party that had lifQ
to prominence, by lending th,
Snd their influence to thlie p
Mr. Vest shouk. bear in inni
hiaviniig once deserted their pri
it is an easy matter for demon
consort with any party of n
ideas that may chance to coin
It is by the.first step in vi
tile foothold on rightlousnes
After that all conception of s
gone. When the deinocrati
suffered itself to be led as
populists in the Chicago con
the initiatory step towards
struction of the party was
Had Senator Vest at thl
fought for the long cherished
ples ot the party-that of ho
sound money, at that convent
year, as truly and persiste.rntl
did for tariff reform iii thi
the party's foot might hav
averted from the fist trans
step.
But- as the old philosophy


cy 'e- Hot weather won't cure weak
, then, lungs. You may feel better be-
aielves cause out of doors more, but
Sulists. ths trouble Is still there. Don't
that stop taking your

ts t,, SCOtt'
taken
long.
that Emulsion
lost.
me is, because the weather happens
party' to be warm. If you have a
I y by weak throat, a slight hacking
nation, cough, or some trouble with
he de- the bronchial tubes, summer Is
,taken. the best time to get rid of it.
a time If you are losing flesh there Is
i ,neii- all the more need of attention.
n 1t atnl Weakness about the chest and
Si last thinness should, never go to-
ty she gether. One greatly increases
nate, the danger of the other. Hetal
v been the throat, cure the cough, and
. bsif strengthen the whole system
now. Keep taking Scott's
e tell I f onr ale by all druggit at soo saadz.a
tel Emlinal umr


COlNTrlNU ED.]
in long curvo, F.trwoll led them


pritsently lie ravines began to grow
de per I-at farther apart, the slopes
more abrupt, and the westward hills
loomed closer in t.h'-ir path, and still the
snowy expansee shiw':d unbroken, aid
Bear, lIending lotw .'-r h:i. pony's neck
and watchi;iig for sigr.ns. declared that no
Indians hadl crons:e-d ., v't into the hills
and itht the entrance to Elk gulch was
i now i'.t more than a mile to the north.
I And hr.-r, the hills rolled higher, both
to th'.ir fr.nt and toward the west, but
Farwell r-,ile on up a gradual ascent un-
til the slope began to grow steep, then,
dirLmounrting, led the way' afoot, the
whole c,lutimn rolling out of saddle and
towing its horses in his track.
Up, up they climbed until, breathing
hard n'w, but pushing relentlessly on,
the calitain reached the crest, and faint
and diim in the starlight, dotted here
and there with little clumps of spruce
or cedar, the rolling, billowy surface
lay before him, shrouded in its mantle
of glistening snow. Leading on until
the whole command had time to reach
the top, he motioned Will to halt, while
he, with Bear and Sergeant Bremmer,
pushed a few yards farther on. The
column took a breathing spell and
waited.
PFar out to the eastward and below
them an occasional flash as of rifle or
revolver sparkled through the night,
and the faint report was presently borne
to their li-stening ears. Big Road was
still barring the way of the column
then, and that meant that all the vil-
lage was not yet safely within the grim
walls of the canyon. Northward the
snowy slopes rolled higher still, but it
was northIwestward, among the clumps
of trees, that the leaders had gone. The
steoan from the horses' nostrils and from
their hl'.\ ing fl:inks rose on the keen
air, and tie blood r.rod and tingled in
the veius of th, nn. ft alL"
-- .4 v t'& E -.9'?,,, a
was as stITa tfio' vo(iorlc? sshiis. Three,
four minutes, with beating hearts,
the little command watched and waited
and drew longer breath, and then a dark
shape came jogging back from the front,
and Farwell's voice said, "Mount and
come on. "
Then came 15 minutes' trot, winding
snakelike and in long extended column
of twos among the stunted trees, and
t hen Farwoll ordered "Walk;" for more
than once a dark form loomed up in their
path, and Bremmer wheeled his horse
about and rode by the captain's side,
eagerly explaining in low tone. Will
caught the words: "Right ahead. You
can hear them distinctly, sir," and for
the life of him Will could not quite
control the flutter of his heart. "Haltl
Dismuount and wait here" were the
next orders, almost whispered, and
again Farwell pushed out into the
front, and again the column swung out
of saddle, watched and' waited, and
presently the men began to stamp about
in a thlie snow and thrash their stiffening
rung, is.
"Are we close to 'em now, Masther
Will.'" asked old Terry, unrebuked.
"Right ahead, they say, corporal.
But this, remember, is only the women
anud children, with a few of the old
m.n."
"Ab, it's your father's son ye are,
sorr-God rest his soul If it was day-
time, ye could almost see from here the
breaks of the Mini Pusa, where we
struck these Indians three years ago this
cruel winter."
"I k-now." said Will briefly, "and
if-if it comes to fighting here, Rorke,
remember fathe-r's last order. It may be
harder than ever to tell buck frqrn
squaw in so dim a light, but I want the
men to heed it." {
"_ 'T~ i.. 4' _r, they v'ould if
the captain hm self was at their head,
and, Masrher Will, for the love of hiv-
en, wherever ye have to go this night


-0 "4.C' i
He struggled to his feet, groplug for his
revolver.
let me be wan of thim that go wid ye
if ye only take wan," and there was a
break in the old fellow's voice as he be-
gan his plea.
"Hush, Rorke. We'll see to that,"
said Farrar. "Here comes the captain
back." And Farwell came with speed.
"Mr. Farrar," he said, an unmistak-
able tremor in his tone, "there's not a
moment to be lost. They are passing
through the canyon now. We can hear


t.nem plainly, out they nnvetrrauners out
along the bluff. Two bucks rode by not
a moinenb hgo, and Bc-ar sys- vbh g r
uuLt. tis pu&higzrt1Il rifce I tra-k" I've
: tf^ 6 head them off farther up the
gulch. Bear says wev. can get down 1i
single file by an old game trail there.
and I wish Tou to dismount tight hero,
line this slope with your meu, send at
least a dozen down into the i'aviine and
stand off Big Road and his fellows
while we corral that whole village and
start it for home. They can't tell how
few yoniare itn fiimber, and Fenton will
be close at their heels.. Between yot
they ought to be forced.t6o the north
side while I'm driving the village oiU
to the south. You understand, do yoi
not? It's a fight in the dark, and they're
afraid of it, anyhow. You've got a
splendid troop, lad, and they won't fail
you. Don't be ashamed to ask your old
sergeants for advice. You understand
fully?"
"I do," said Will stoutly, though hiW
young heart was hammering in his
breast. "We'll do our best, sir. Forru
fours, sergeant, and link-lively," he
added, then grasped the captain's hand
one instant before the latter turned
away. Silently, quickly the men linked
horses, and, leaving No. 4 of each
set in saddle, came running up to
the front, unsliniging. carbifces on the
way. Farwell and his ellw twent trot-r
ting off among the chifnps of pine as
the last man fell In o, fe le)eft. Then,
quickly dividing off 4 dozen troopers
from that flank, Will placed the first
sergeant in charge and bade him find
he w*ay. down the steep incline to the
bottom of the gorge,, which- there was
not more than 2o0 feet below, giving
him instructions to be ready to sweep it
with their fire when the warriors came,
as come they speedily must. Next, fao-
ing eastward, he deployed his men,
causing them to stand or kneel fn the
shelter of the little trees but to keep
vigilant lookout. Another little squad
.r owab dwn the faMe of the


and these preparations were barely oom-
pleted when, riding at rapid ait, two
horsemen came dating up the eastward
slope. The panting of the ponies could
be heard before anything could be seen;
but the instant the vague, shapesappear-
ed two sudden shots rang out on thd
night, and then a dozen-a sputtering
volley-flashed from the line.
Down went one pony, struggling and
rolling in the snow. Away sped the
other back into the blackness of the
night. Then a dark object seemed to
disengage itself from the struggling
pony and go crouching and limping
away. Two or three excited ybuhnk sol-
diers banged their carbines without the'
faintest aim. Then it seemed as though
the hillsides woke to a wild revel of
battle, for, behind them, far up the can-
yon, there rose a wail of terror from the
fleeing squaws and shouts of the few old
braves left to guard them, resounding
warwhoops of younger Indians some-
where, anywhere, everywhere, down the
slopes to the east. Then a bright col-
umn of flame' shot high, in air over
among the rocks toitho northlof tho gate,
and afar out over the eastward prairie
Big Road and his braves came dashing,
driving, thundering to tha rescue.
"They'll not .try the gulch, sorr,".
shouted Rorke in his ear. "Only a feW
will push in here. Most of 'em will
come this way and get aroindl us to our
right."
"Open out, men Push out southwardi
there as fast as you can!" shoiitedfYill'
as he ran bofinding through the snow
toward the right of his invisible line.
"Watch for them! They'll come with
a rush when they come at allI"
And Rorke, whose business it was fi
remain with his "comrades in battle"'
where first he was posted, near the bro.#
of the-teep, went running after hig
young commander as hard as he could
go, with no man to stop him.
In the excitement and darkness, in
the thrill of the moment, some of the.
men seemed disposed to huddle together
father than to increase their intervals,
for plainly tiow could be heard a dull
thunder of hioofs-ttj roar of the com-
ing storm; Then, tooV shadowy specter
of horsemen could be dimly seen dart-
ing into partial View and out again,' like
the flash that greeted them. But far up
the gorge, behiff N 'Arrar's line, thd
sound of battle grew fiercer and louder.
Then, down from the depths of the can-
yon, there came sudden clamor of shot
and cheer and challenge and yplls of
rage and defiance, and then All of
sudden out from among the stunted
trees, with' panting, struggling, bound-
ing ponies, with' lashing, bending, yell-
ing braves, there burst upon them the
main body of the Indians,'. threescore"
Warriors at least, and despite the ring
of shots on and through and over they
rushed the slim and extended skirmish!
line; And Will Farrar, springing from
. the .shelter of a little cedar, was struck
full in the breast by ,a muscular shoul-
der and knocked backward into the
snow. He struggled to his feet, groping
for his revolver, just in time to fbet tho
dash of half a dozen racing braves, alf
yelling like fiends. Something crashed
upon his skull and struck a million
sparks or stars, and everything whirled
out of sight and sound and sf.ndc as the
young officer went down, face f9remostt
ointo the BOE CONTINUED.)


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

The steamship Alpha arrived from
Mobile early Monday morning, and
after a very brief stop-just long
enough to discharge a lot of freight
for St. Andrews merchants and oth-
ers departed for Cromanton, thence
to Apalachicola and Carrabelle.

NAPHTHA LAUNCH,
GLADYS.
CAPT. FRANK V W1rHEnn.L.
Carries the East B'ay Mail between St.
nIt(WP Bar, W,.,A- MJlju
ate points. Leaves 4t. Andrew cis
(except Sunday) at 6:00 a. mi.; arrive at
Wetappo at 12:30 p. m.; leave Wetappo
at 1:)00p. m.; arrives at St. Audre"s at
7:30 p. m. Makes landings regularly at
Harrison, Cromanton, Parker. Pitts-
burg and Farmdale. For passenger and
freight rates, see rate card in the sev-
eral postoffifices.
DAVID M. WITHRULL, Contractor.

PACKET SCHOONER

CLEOPATRA.
IfOBT GWALTNEY, MASTER.
Leaves St. Andrews Bay every Tuesday,
leaVes Pensacola every Friday,
(weather permitting). Special atten-
tion will be given to receiving and
forwarding freight for parties living on
East and North Bay, passengers for
points on either arm of the Bay can
depend upon seciurng prompt trans-
portation at reasonable rates. For
further information apply to
L. M. WARE & Co., Agts

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 Buoy office each morning
and noon:


Thursday,........Jirnee
Friday ............ "
Saturday......... "
Sunday......... "
Monday.......... "
Tuesday......... "
Wednesdayv..... *"


Morn. Noon.
83 88
82 89
91 101
92 97
93 98
79 96
84 90


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

On American Hlotel Clerks.
L. F. Austin, in London Sketch, sup-
,-... poson that 'the Amirrican hotel clerk Is
still the dread of the inexperienced trav-
eler. When you stand in his presence,
you become at 9nce aware that you are
a hardened offender and that here is the
magistrate who will appoint a fitting
punishment for your crimes. He growls
the number of your room as if it were
the condemned cell, and you are a little
surprised that he does not assume the
black cap and invoke the divine clem-
ency on your soul., I used to think he
suffered from overstudy of the rights of
man and regarded them as a social pyra-
mid with himself as the apex.
"In the European hotel the traveler is
accustomed to be treated with considera-
tion. He stays in the house for his own
pleasure and looks upon the administra-
tors as designed for his service. Such a
theory is hateful to the peculiar repub-
licanism of the American hotel. clerk.
He is something more than a man and
your brother, for he does not recognize
equality, much less deferential civility.
The hotel is a house not of entertain-
ment, but correction, and if you do not
care for the discipline you can go else-
where without exciting in the clerk the
slightest emotion of surprise or even of
inquiry. Should America ever be dis-
posed to try the experiment of an oli-
garchy a junta of hotel clerks might
conduct the business of the country with
an impassive severity which would have
astonished the council of ten."

Just try a 10c box of Cascarets, the
finest liver and howel regulator ever made

Stockholders Meeting.
The stockholders of the St. An-
drews Bay, Chipley and Vernon
Telephone company will meet in the
office of the company at St. Andrews
on Montay- the 28t (lay of Jmnie
inst., at 7:30 p. in, for the purpose,
of electing five directors for thlie en-
suing year, and the transaction of
rnch other business as may come be-
fore the meeting. A. J. GAY.
Attest, -k President.
Jno. R. T'1HOPSobr secretary.

How to Find Him.
"Tobacco smoking," said a traveler,
"is so common in Holland 'that it is al-
most impossible to distinguish one per-
son from another in a room full of
smokers."
"But, supposing you want to speak
to some one present, how are you to find
him out?"
"Ah, in such a case a waiter is sent
round with a pair of bellows, with
which he blows away the smoke from
the face of every person until the right
me is found. "-New York Weekly.

Booming Her.
Manager-In this play you will have
tb be blown up by a bomb.
The Aatress-Oh, I wouldn't like
that.
"Why not?, It will give the paper a,
chance to refer to you as a rising, young
artist. "-Detroit Free Press.

,,'Hundreds of thousands have been in-
duced to try Chamberlain's Cough Reme-
dy by rending what it has done for others,
and having tested its merits for them-
mlves. are today its warmest friends. For
are hv TL. M. Ware & Co.. St. Andrews
.i Ifavh"Ad. and aI menilrnm a,;, ala


LOCAL DR IFT.

Hall'a Cat'.arrh Cure on s:ale t 1'lo-
neer t)Druit Store.
-Wannamaker Brown' s -trnple.-
for Tailor Made Suits at L. M. Ware &
Co's. Call ar.d get prices.
-N. W. Pit.ts will pay the highest
market price, in cash or trade, for
green salted alligator bides. He wants
all he can get.
-"Lewis' men's and 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'..
-.A good big Tablet for 5 ct-,; a larger
one for 8 ets and a good thick school
tablet with 175 leaves for 10 ets; all with
handsome covers and good, ruled paper,
at the BuoY office.
--Our correspondents will please bear
inmind that their favors must he mailed
early enough to reach us not later than
Monday evening; otherwise they cannot
appear in the current issue.
-Wagoners and fish haulers can find
plenty of fish all the lime and fish roe
and oysturs in their season at W. H.
Shand'a store, Parker, Fla.; also pleas-
ure boats for those wishing to make ex-

-The St. Andrews Day ta I
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.
-Last Saturday was a scorcher-the
hottest of the season, and one of the
hottest on record. The BUOY's
thermometer registered 101'; but
several instruments in town permitted
the mercury to crowd up to 104Q in the
shade.
-Handsome letter heads with St.
Andrews Bay date line and views of
either Cincinnati Hill or Buena Vista
Point, at 8c. 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
accommodated
--The St. Andrews Brass Band needs
some new instruments, some of the old
ones being so badly worn as to make it
very difficult to get correct tones from
them, and .'non the encouragement
given to their celebration will depend
in a great measure the efficiency of the
band for future occasions.
Messrs. Frank Haight and W R.
Willcox have just completed and
launched a neat modeled skiff boat. It
will be just the thing for boys to take
the girls riding in, on the 3rd, while
ihe owners are busy discoursing sweet
music to the delight of the multitude
who will be visiting us on that great
day.
-It must not be supposed that in the
description of St. Andrews, just com-
pleted, every person living in the Bay
country has been mentioned. While it
has been the intention to slight no one,
some have been overlooked, who would
not have been, had the writer had time
to make a personal canvass of the
ground covered.
-W. W. Keep, editor and proprietor
of the Quincy Herald died at his home
in Quincy on the 1'th inst, of paralysis.
Mr. Keep was the founder of the
Herald more than twenty years ago,
and had managed that paper quite suc-
cessfully during all that time. His son,
O. J. Keep takes up the business where
his father left off.
-In the issue of the Vernon Popu-
list of June 11, appears the announce-
ment that that will be the last issue of
that paper. The editor recites the old,
old story of failure to keep their prom-
ise of those who had pledged them-
selves to stay by it through thick and
thin, and that the venture had been a
losing one from the start. The further
announcement is made by its editor
that he will very shortly start a paper
in Chipley. If he does so, this will put
Bro. Jones of the Banner on the de-
fensive, and perhaps be the means of


compelling him to abandon his popu-
listic idea, free silver, and return to the
support of the honest demoorrtic doc-
trine, sound money, in which at heart
he vet honestly beleivos, but with many
others forsook because the populist
captured the convention at Chicago.


The Young Peoples Baptist. n
meets at the Baptist eliurob every
Sunday at 3 ... in. All invited.
Regular weekly prayer meeting at
he Methodist church every WVednes-
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.

Notice to Patrons and Teachers.
The regular term of the St. Andrews
public school will begin Oct. 1st, and will
last eight months. Persons desiring to
apply for Ihe position of principal or as-
sistant will please send applications to
W. I. Singletary, chairman, before the
26th day ofJune, 1897, on which da)y there
will be a meeting of the legally qualified
voters of the district held at the school
house (Walworth building), to elect a
principal and assistant.
Women who are actual heads of families
or acting as such in the absence of hua-
bands, will be allowed to vote.
Voting will begin at p. nm. sharp.
By order of St. Andrews Sub-District
Board. W. I. SINGLETARY,
Attest: Chairman.
LAMBE rM. WARE, Secretary.

No Cure---No Pay.
Thai is the wAv all druggists sell Grove's
Tasteless Chill Tonic for chills and ma-
laria. It is simply iron and quinine in a
tasteless form. Children love it. Adults
prefer it to bitter, nauseating tonics.
Prie. ;0,.


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ScrofuLaSores

Health Was Creatly Impaired, But
Hood's arsaparili.i Guilt EtUp-
Sores HaveA6I Disappl).red'.
"I was troub'.d with eruprti:n on rmy
face, which appeared like scrofula. My
health was so much impaired that I was
advised to take Hood's Sarsaparilla to
build me up, and I bought sis bottles.
Befo:. I h.,d taken half of this amount I
found LhiIt I was improving. I could rest
better at night, and felt refreshed in the
morning. I gained in flesh and when I
had finished thesis bottles the sorcr. on
my face had all disappeared." J. I. F :-
DIE, Postmaster, Nashville, No. Ca:.li!,1a.
"Atter suffering from a sore le-, for 25
years, four bottles of Hood's Sar-aparilla
made a complete cure. It is several years
since I took Hood's Sarsanarilla, but I
have not suffered with any sore or erysip-
elas in that time." Mas. M. J. HARTLEY,
Lovett, Georgia. Remember
Hood's Sarsaparilla
Is the Best- the One True Blood Purifler. Be
sure to get Hood's and only hIood's.
ll easy to take, easy to buy,
Hood's ills easy to operate. 5c.

Later froit Vernotin.
C, .j, ne ,f' tin: Lt,.....
1ii1, 1al exa- iim action of


an event ol the past, nun 1 'X[iectant
a'a-.pirait.t fr:im throughout the county
have wended their way hiinLeward Ito
await Ihe mails 'mint Vernon.
The examination was well attend-
d, and by the Teachers Institute held
on the 10th and 11th., Vernon was
well filled. The Institute was a
marked success; steps were also
taken to effect a permanent orga-
nization. Many interesting papers
were read, particularly on compul
sory education, which created much
discussion. Among the visitors
were Gen. Miller and Prof. J. M.
Ripley of Point Washington, Prof.
J. C. Lipes of St. Andrews, Prof.
L. L. Charles of Caryvillo and Prof
Swaim of Chipley.
A party from Chipley came down
on camping bent, intently, with
tents and bedding galore. On ar-
rival hero however, they took up
their abode in the poor h-,ii-et. anil
two yoang men-not Jetomte K.
Jerome's th ee men in a boat-under-
took to guy them on this point. But
"those who live in glass-houses
should not throw stones,"' aN they
found to their cost; for it leakedI ou
that, though unaware of it, thty i e ei
sleeping in the old jail. Coiiseq i'cnt
ly the boat and the young men ,li-al p
peared up Holmei .creek "b-t'(ie1
they'd ortor."
The new, county buii'liiigs are
much aiir.et anlil they d.tel tO ii.-
especially the new court hou ise rtf
is a handsome structure.
Tutrsr.

Great suffering il Alacht1ta
County.
J. D. Matheson, chairman ,f the
board of county commissioner s, and
other prominent citizens of Alachuna
county, have written to the Stinrm
Relief association of Jacks niville re-
citing that a deplorable condition
prevails in their county among the
victims of the great storm which de-
vastated the county in '96, and wak-
ing an urgent appeal for aid.
The substance cf the commnnumi-
cations is that, many families withiii
their borders upon the very verge of
starvation-are now subsistiii,- ug ii
dry bread with not eyen the hipe of
getting this sort of stood li,.,n Ilhe
present scanty supply is exhauteId.
The depressing cry for r.>u.1 i. -
heard in almost every quarter, anid
without some speedy relief i.-I sfce:.id,
great suffering will be the result.
Such destitution prevails among
all our people that one man is totally
Iniable to help his' neighbor, hence
thlie cou lidiion which exists, is pitifill
in the extreme.
Whlilo other aid is greatly net'le.l,
still w shall only earnestly sitlicit
the meaniatitu on whichlife shall snb-
hi.-t, and t i ,': c .ssl- -ff (f r i, ..-r.. i. _
relief is pressing. Corn and bacon
are what is ini,-t needed. i trust
vour committee can forward some
si applies at once. I would iuggest
that you send the same to J. G.
Osteen, Faunin, Fla., or any of tlhe
committee whose names will iro'b-
ably be furnished you. On.teeni's
post office adress is Judson.
: ours very respectfully,
J. D. MATHESON.

Mr. Isaac Horner, proprietor of the
Burton House, Burton, W. Va., and tine
of the most widely known men in the stale
was cured of rheumatism after three
years of suffering. He says: "I have not
sufficient command of language to con-
vey any idea of what I suffered, my ph si-
cians told me that nothing could Ic dune
for me and my friends were fully con-
vinced that nothing but death aould rt--
lieve me of my suffering. In Juin 1n._-I,
Mr. Evans, then salesman for the Wheel-
ing Drug Co., recommended Clihambj-


lain's Pain Balm. At this time my foot
and limb were swollen to more than
double their normal size and it seemed it,
me my leg would burst, but soon after I
began using the Pain Balm the swelling
began to decrease, the pain to leave me,
and now I consider that I am eiiltiel.
cured. For sale by L M. Ware & Co.,
St. Andrews and Bayhead, and all mcd-
i.cine iealirs.


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anrLL mI d e esat t to the l waste, act "enlt"
ant and i eresL.idneyes, liver and Lowels,
and iositivly o. i re s3st m, dispel colds,
<'lcaDsiug the e ,r, haitual constipation
cun Ia. aiste, Please buy and try a box
af.b Cos. tr 1 10, 2.! .no cents. bold and
of C. C<. C. ,-al 'e ai drucaitsts.o
guarantweId to c gt


10
254 5
ABSOl UTI
pie and book
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U L .v' in ritcfet Puny 15th, 1897.


N .f3. : i N .-. 57 No. 33
: a .7 i Lv M,,tt ,,,~ ',. Ar .':10 a.m. 9:j o l in.
Sp, ,--- V :-i a.m. 7:35 p.m.

1l i,. n. 2:3. p.n "i.,i,lir,,..,. 2'_. n. 3:40 p.rn .
1 :2 a .m. 41(i." i, n 'li, .i,.-r ill,. *" 12:5" a In. .:3, p.
:3:.3 a., 5 ;:3 p *" V ,l,,s l.i 1 1 :e4 ,.mi,. I :0i 1 l,.ni.
4:12- a.m 33 p. .u t 10:3. ini. 12:1; i,.ni.
4:.1) a.m : i. m.1 r y,. :3 I p.m. 11:l13 i ..
0,: an. :1 .m ,J l.- n ill.- L 7: ll0 p r,I. :2'' i.I .
,: 1 .m.. leaves MiintLo,'- _.ry, 4:in0 p.m.: Troy, ;:4 1 p.m; Pinkar],H.i.2ia.i.
Train N O a tri'e' Montoin,-r v. lii :30a.m : 'Troy. *.:1 i a.m: Pinckard, 5:00 am
0 ii:301 p.m. iv a ,roe.s Ar 11:00 a.m. 11:00 a.m.*
:i a.i 2:3l I.i..Ar Soaunnalih :24 a.m. 8:44 a.m.
6:. I n.1 l 5:1( n.n. ** <:'lacl,.-ton ].v D;:30 a.m 6.30 a.m .
-1 p.m. 2:
4 8:1 p.m. Lv \V: ,'ru-s A, 7:45 p.m. 9:45 a.m.
:0 1 .m. .i0:3ii p.m. Ar F.rin i'- ilrk Li t:15 p.m. 7:00 a.m.
: a i. v .l e 3la,.uIi illc Ar f i:40 o.m. 7:30 a.m.
!:2, a.m. .t Ar St ,AI ..',,.lia,,A r" 5:20 p.m. 7:00 a.m
11::U t.e. 2: S1 l' nila nka "' 5;:00 p.m. 5:00 a m
10:5 na.m. Sanfoid 1:2? p.m. 1:2H a i
1:00 p.m. 5 : Winter Park 12:27 p.m. 12:30 a. m
2:52 p.m. ". Orl.ando 12:15 p.m. 12:17 4 an
.1:05 p.m .. Ki-ni ,m.ei "i 11 .31 p.m. 11:31 p. m.
3:43 p.m. f ,, L.ikel.inl L' 'i:40 a.m. 9:45 p.m.
5 .:2. p.m. L P ,,lr.t Ar ':06 p.m. 8:10am.
7:10 1.in.- Ar Lav O.I k -' 0:25 p.m. 6:06 a.m.
9:01 a.m.- Hic, SI .rin-fs "r 4:50 p.m. I:20 a.m
100.. a.m. ain vill. P" 3,:55 p.m. 3:15 a.min
11:55 a.m. *, Orala "" "_2:05 p.m. 1 :30 a.m
?':I) p.m. Leesl.urg ".:22 p.m. 12:05 a.m
3:32 p.ni. Lakeland Lo 9:30 a m. 9:30 p. n
6:3) p.m. Lv Lakeland Ar !9:30 a.m. 9:30 p m.
):20 p.m.
7:30 p.m. Ar T:irnpL O a:00 a.m. 8:00 p.m.
f1:301 p. .I Ta i-Tnir4 R ,,t, .l""
7:40 p.m. Part T:mnipa 7:20 a.m. 7:25 p.m.
.:05)0 p.m. Ar P nt L ; ,rla
1 :05 am.---- ----
m .in 4q 57 aiId 5 v1arry 'lll- nan F'al.ice Sletpriin Cars between Jarksonville
S.tn'ii-is 'i also through day co:'':h I',twvrven ..-.Iksinivill .,ind Nashville: also free
an, .'. Lo'ir cars lietwee-n Jnacksrontiill an'l M -',n torn rv Nos. 33 and 301 carrr
reucli ning cace Sleeping C:rs lb-tweet J ck...nville ,iid N-ishville. Nos. 82 and
Pu min Pt i Sunday' all olliors d:ilv. C vIr anv ollj,.r inii.rmnt on apply to any
KI daily c Pa,nt.Systi-m .r W. V. IIF EY. )v. I'-s A.t. Motitgomory. Ala.,
-elt O .DI)E:N, Ast. (-. P. A. B. W RVIEN N, I'A,S. l'altMgr.


Ministers Should Use F .
Dr. Miles' Heart Cure. j









CHil







TEDE iTSNO PROFESSION, whose
laboraF.osevi':v.rIy tax.the nrvoussy-':-
ten, as that o(f thu ministry. Thuode- Can a
rnngemcnLt f the niLI ,o :x nt>: r. r f tbhe bra.:n
'vcr work, fr'qucnly brings on attacks dress
trouble, and ivon'uu prostration.
S" P. Kest. "rT'I D., Pa .tcr I. B.
Lod.f. ;. ill1, li b :lfa yLry i- E F.
it.. Ftj. 2, I% i5: '"[ art alTeition
v'ous prostration had become so
labt fll that t, little over work In.


,t Cure o(f the m onyitL entirely.
rI. n-it palpit.ton became -
TlCS f tli-d that my auditors
T-i i,..i.! k m a if Idi not

:r U 1 uro nl IrnwiiL.1y Y ,ith 1:r. 1ii!, s'
0 and ftar-t.< Cic te r-:;test po sx ihble)
VI i U:t i C tel.-,! revival vorlze ,
I t a' %o in ao ciprly evte y nigs a .t Jo
S!'T ug a Iformerly did. Hard
til.es r should keep Dr. Miles'
a' Hi-rLC C.ureis sold on guarantee,
tlj uvill t ui. fit or money refunded.
CHEcured in20minutesby Dr.Miles'
LLS. "One cent a dose." At druggists.
A Disappointment. ~
.ver was so disgusted naid angry
ie, said Mlrs. do Gar.i:o.
at's the trouble?" her husband -

is afternoon that rich Mrs. Hil-
hom I have been dying to have
me, came just as I was getting
to take a bath."
o bad! Wouldn't she stay until
Iuld get ready to see her?"
at's just it. I rushed around and
broke my neck getting into my
iothes, only to find out when I got i
stairs that she had called to see if
Didn't like to buy a 50 cent ticket
entertainment that the Good Sa-
tan society was-getting up for
Sse-wing gimls. I tsh.ll Cut If .r ] l-.I d
the noxt time we rueet."-Cluvtalid
Leader.
TruAts t*Cut. More Ice."
"Forty-one leather firms in Chicago
portest against the duty on hides. But
the Bouf trust cuts more ico," says tth
Fmiton Trunscript (Inil. Rtp.). Catai
s us Prustro an PU

h.\sV. SUlyt ind ou he I o M/
`'. .\N.oRE-:\Vs BAY, FLA. M iON
--Brieedet of Pur-e









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S.eadr.. e






t t'ui, 7th, 17ta


1 '2 T. ,-' A _BA,- 8th, 18t1





Earjs for Settii. $1 for Fifteen. 9th, 19th


:~f1
,~


PLEY ST. ANDREWS BAY HACK LINE,


Chipley,


- Florida.


.J. --.A Y PRoPt:IE'iOi?. ::_ YJ. ".C3-.2A -, MANAGER.


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


Sing,

13'.C'l I N.


R. F.


A. J. GAY, Ghipley, Florida.


I ls1-STO iR. I


W. L. BRtACK04;1


BRACKIN & SON,
DE.ALI L'.IS IN


n, JAS.E.CLARK
RSER, II. A. DORR. : -- -". '/-'".
-_ --- .* . _-'

le to Carrabelle, via Pens cola, St. Andrews-

Bay, Crornanton and Apalachicola.


Tons Burden. Passenger Capacity 5

P.JSSS-,EI, TG C- ;, A.T-ES:


to ..St .AndrewSomantn..... and 5 00 St Andrews Bay to Apalachicola..
Apalachicola.......... 7 00 Carrabollec.....
Carrabelle ............ 8 00 lApalachicola to Carrabolle'.......


2 50
3 00
7E


EAST BOUND. WEST BOUND.
LEAVE. ARRIVE.
h and 25th at 7 p.m............ Mobile........... 12th, 22d and 2d a. m.
h and 27th p.m. . St Adrews By and...11th, 21t ad 1st a.
...Crormanton..... .th, t ad 1st a..
h and 28th a.m.......... Apalachicola........ 11 h, 21st and 1st p. m.
ARRIVE. LEAVE.
and 29th am ..........Carrabelj. 0 th, 20th and 30th noon


Connects at Apalachicola with steamers up Chattahoochee River. At
Carrabelle with '. T. & G. Railroad for Tallahassee.
For further information, freight rates and special rates for large parties
address, H. A. I)ORIR, Pumrser, Mobile, Alabama.
II II I I I I -- --- ---


THE BULBUL OF POHUl|K.
She Becomes the Country's Poctess Lan.
reatess and Tackles the Inauguration.
"It is a sad fact," wa-ites the Bulbul
of Pohick, "that this country has not
got any poet laureate nor po te lau-

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4 K B I h ,t "i w i e "
hte



'.- b''s i :a.-
I ,_,-. '.. ,i I1d o nu ,,t

totis t-is







h au d ,, t :,, ,o tL,, j.,', ,'k .t L...i.... t. :
opp irt H U B L.- i. ,. i.

some people t 2hy loni, f:;> ti,,: r -rt.h of July,
dockets, "But gives e i-s th i'.' i r : '. i'..rchl

We have plenty of flreworks: n. March four JT S O F0 D S
And likewise a great t:,iy tL. mnoro. WARRANTED. PRICM E S O c .

It was simply glorious thi^t 1,,r:,d, to view, roALATIA, ILLS., Nov. 16,1893.
A fitting tribute to a p .;iden's powers. GO eATtsl laf ya 0bt of
Spss a given point t sevrl hours, bought threros already ths year. I al or ex
native peole and, neversolan,: F articlethatgaveofucuniversal atof
All except a few who p!:.y in t( o hand. taCtion s your Tonic. Yours truly,
BuRockets, business is b usis, as w 21 nnderstand. ABNIY, CAR
Their wise an audim troi ailWARRANTED R prt0s of th
HundIt redwas of thousas t to vie., Nov. vt calcula
tion,
And it must havee tho pr'viddent's heart -"entle'en:-Wo sold- 600 bottles of
To real that each would .three gross ready this year. In all our ex
They werel Thy rely for lothe of their erieyousf 14 years, n the drug business have
omnative land, never sold an article thaiskers nd gavehome without. iver a.
Think of all th,.ern, giant lu'-n in lino, \ c h r;' hn' s I' .T ''rl time when
And yet I fe nwhobly's vy intiband. .u cti, '''" yourTonic. Yours truly,
But busine tnss is busig, iu thill erstret d. o ev erehavi them.
Where waso ta audiencoi'o, l!ni ai p.tsOf tvAe




FolkHundreds ofu tousani at tihe, Ives, a iformatin for cardn:ars and
iCould sno of t s, tht w could t
have peace.t must have oic the pr:iidcnt's heart -




But, alis, this life was always sod
Hold office if he ctld.





But what tinr o ol happened -omrthi or other




ThatSom de it dilercrunt from whatyou'd'ruth.r. B' f ithmr
-WahAnd into. Star.
=Washington Star.slw M


ALL
DRU f36 ST3S
RTYT'lTm~Thto care ancaw ~of coii ipotl[n. Camse'rets artie I heIeatI Lasna
Y GUARAN~~tEE tur. eer "rip or "r tri rov.I.atraUi'eft Byia atiirial rcItq.Sani4


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2


Thursday, June 21, IS97.

ST. ANDRE S \
PRICES CURRENT.
Corrected by L. M. W%'are & t'o.i
GROCERIES.
Sugar, h It Tea, e II.
granulated .....( He N. ...... 7
Vpoffee,A .. 6 Gu:m.. 1. r. ,
Lt bi'ow ..... 5 Un:.,'l .Id i :,:.I
-qoffe Cond ,i,,Ik, L|:' ,1,
Green:;.. 12@20 Unsdni .; '.12'
Browned. .20@30 Sweet.:nr.... -
'inger snaps... 10 Baking p.n I. r
Crackers, soda. 7 Royal.. 5. I
Tobacco, plug 2.5a50 OCam|l.il. . In
Aaisins Cannel I iit


London layers..12 Pea(I, -
Valencia .... ..8 Tomal -.


t
1 > I .II


lice............ 5 A pp -:i ..... i
apples Pear- ...... I ,
Evaporated.. .8 Ptlunt. .. -'
Dried Peaches 8 Apri,..Pt ...... a-'.
Coal Oil prgal... .15 Stra I'.-rri,'- .. 1
gasoline ...... 20 Pinci p[ple . :.'
lorida Syrup... 40 Canne ItM-. is
: loney...... ...1.00 Roasst I.,,.'.. .
Zinegar........ 30 Cornld b el'.. I.-
Jheese pr lb .... 15 Chipped Beef.. t
Butter ......... 25 Lobstr.. ... . 2
Lard .... .... . 6 Salmni .. .. 1.
l___ .ans ........... 4 Canned -urtial.div--
Cocoanut pkg... 10 Baked i'.i.s... I. 15
FiuitPnddine. .. 10 Con ....... '12P
Jelly, glass . 15a25 Peas ...... ... 15
Lime Juice ...... 50 Pumpkin...... 15
Eggs per doz.. 15
PROVISIONS.
Pour Pork
S 0 N /.... 2,75 D. S. pr Ib'... ..6
Majestic .... 3.00 Bacon Sides..... 6J
Jorn Meal pr bu 60 Fresh ....... 8al 0
)at Meal pr lb.. 5 Br'kf'stBacon. 1
.orn per bu. ......,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
]IlARDWARE. 4
Nails, ner lb3l2a4j Ax,with handle. 1.00
Galv wire do.6a6i Hoes, each .... 35a5)50
vanilla rope...9al2Copper paint, can 50
Stoves cook,. .$8a25 Linseed oil, gal.. 65
Pipe, per joint 15
DRY GOODS,
Prints, per yd. 5a8 Checks ....... .5a7
Sheetings .... 5a9 Flannel ....... 15a40
fuslin ...... 9all Thread per spool. 5
Jeans. ..... 15a45 Shoes,ladies..$1a2 75
Extrapants pat 225 Men's. .. $1 40a300
MISCELLANEOUS.
Hay pr cwt..75al.10 Oats pr bu....... 40
Bran ....... 95al.05 Brick pr M ..... 13.00
Rope Sisal ..... 7@9 Lime pr hbl... 75
FRUIT and NUTS.
Oranges pr doz.. Pecans pr 11)..... 15
Apples ........ 12 Walnuts ........ 20
Lemons......... 30 Almonds........ 15
OYSTERS
in shell prl1,000 1.50 Opened pr qt .. 15i
LLVE STOCK.
Iorses... $80a 00 Cows....... .I 5 25
Mlules.. $. 100ia$155 Hogs ........ $3 to $4
'ixon.. pr yoke $40 Sheep ........... $2
POULTRY
Obickenseach 15a25 Geese each. 45()a
I'dkeys.... 75a].00 Ducks....... 15a20
GAME.
cinison pr lb 7al0 Turkeys...... 75al.00
FISH.
__resh ._-,- Salt
tuni 'r doz 25c Milltt pr bl, 5,00
Trout ....... 25 Trout........ 4.50
Pompano pr lb.. 6 Pompalo. ... 10.00
tturgeon....... 10 8ackeral .... 8.00
LUM BER.
Fl6 oing, r 1 Ceiling.
tleart, m...$16.00 Heart, V mn. ..$14.00
Fiaee ... 14.00 Face .. 12.00
Sap ", ... 1000 Sap .. 10.00
Drop siding, Clapboards,
Heart face 'fin 15.00 gi.x6 in. ^m. ..$12.00
San 10.00 Finishing lum-
lirff lirniler.. 8@i12 ber, d.. .$12@ 15.00
Heart shingles, 2.50 Lath, l, m .... 2.00
Sap 1.50 Boat lumber,
dressed... $20


tascarcts stimulate the liver, kidneys a nd
l)0wels Never sicken, weaken oir gripe.
50 cents,
avhy DlnEley Fates Are So 01igh.
Afraid to open year chcpm, about the
McKinley bill before the c~ictioln, hav.
ing won, you are cutfHercding lierod,
out-McKinleying McKinl"y, b-zcau.^
the men who furn!lhed the nmcuy tc
carry the election are relentless task-
masters, clamorous for their reunneria.
tion. They have such ravenous appc-
tites that you have le-n compelled t,
make the rates higher than in tho Mc-
Kinley bill. Let this tot be forPotten,
inscribe it on tho tablets of your mem-
ory. Be it known that the avciage ta'-itl
tax under the McKiniey bill was 49.58
per cent ad valorm-; u,.inc.r the Wilson-
Gormau bill, 39.94 per ceut, and undei
the Dingley bill, 57.03 per cent. Hence
the average rate of taxation on some-
thing like 4,000 articles of every day
consumption is 8 per cent higher undei
the Dingley bill than under McKinley's
law, and 17 per cent higher than undei
the Wilson-Gormnan bill.-Hon. Chaml
Olark in Congress.
CatarrhI Cannot Be Cured
With LOCAL APPLICATIONv, as they
cannot reach the seat of the disease. Ca-
tarrh is a blood or constitutional disease,
and in order to cure it you musttake in-
ternal remedies. Hall's Catarrh Cure is
not quack medicine. It was prescribed
by one of the best physicians in this
country for years, and is a regular pre-
scription. It is composed of the best
ton;cs known,- combined with the best
blood purifiers; acting directly on the
mucous surfaces. The perfect combina-
tion of the two ingredients is what pro-
duces such wonderful results in c'irlg
catarrh. Seid for testimonials,free.
F. J. CHENEY&CO.,Toledo,O.
Sold by druggists. 75c.
Hall's Family Pills are the best;
V


Tetter, 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 niot 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
dr'ews Bay tand Bayhdad and all medicine
dealers;


THE FOURTH I



Grain CN1AbHUlioi L thol lnl-

enitdcn 0of the United

S tats of Amorica.


By the St. Andrews

Brass Band.


In the Grove East of the

Buoy Office.


On; S.n ilrd.l, ., ly 3d, 1897.
'1 lie St. A \ ire s Il.as- l!:nd \l w ill
c.-lebul uthe l e I llili ., ani tl ers':,v n,1
the int.1'.le nlc .,ce l f the Unit ed Salt-
illn an ai'i l.t i-. l anidi lecoin ini,. im a,,-
ner on SItuIl1;,Y, the 3,1, Irt,.x.- the
4llh en,,mig on Sunday.
No elf'jlt i\ill 1. 'I.at*l t) niiake
tills the ,n,-. c., ,i'lete c.k-lir'atlion
',ele heldI o ,, St. Aiilei\h, ;Bay, awl it
is to be hoped that tlihewhiole country


--


IIItcil t hit Ilit k 1.1 's 1and 1 1 U 1dUI-i I artI
out or order.
WI-IATJ TO DO.
Thereris comfnrtit]thi u i~kmiwwledm_-e~

I I N 1 ilin ( l., % i ihg pa i n itf I It V b .0--k.
1h. hiril,.urt pta-ani. It curruitz MITai-




l t %1 v t -i ifI-I if d oca 1 .1 it p bninlIt tail-
I If i I-, r I- I -IrIetIit ;-,itij If -.M e i
lIlii. %N t. I' I' 1 4i 1 % I! rN.I.- 'fls Iai.


..:tiu~tkicho.. u be boltI fromi the standi.
Th lBUliOY~ '%ill biul~e t, (II e tiej li

.tsIo


II yp) u ish. hl 1fee ii'l lied I to h ,li ip
theli bandl l i' litl ( i the V 1ay l i iif l ,,1:.
don't vwait t, b, called uii;. for ;a
ei oc 5litt tha .lni 10 nc


......... .. ...0...... Kr ..^ 0. L .. ... a- be ^e.stated,_ (tat plan is not in con-
.sion and res ond to this general i"- templ:ili..i; lit l]ie Bunv ouchle.,


citation to be present.


that any contributions will be thank-


he following have been named as. fully received andl honestly usedL,


a committee of arrangements:
Each and every member of the
Band, St Andrews and ItHarrison.
Ed GCideria n, Farindale.
Bert Bouitelle, Parker.
Arthur Pratt, Cromtianti.ii.
Martin Post, Bayhead,
Johiln V. Anderson, Anilerson,
Walker UnHtchin.son, WVest Bay.
And e..clh memiier of thle commit-


make the celebration a success.

HARRISON.
Special to the Buov
J. W. Jenks and wife were guests
of Misses Payne and Yotlng, near
Pearl Bayou on East Bay, Wednes-
day.


Josep.: G. Johnson and Miss Mat-
tie Thompson were callers at Cro--


tee is urgel to work iln the interest of manton, Saturday.


securing a good crowd for the occa-
sion.
The following will be the older of
exercises, subject to such change as
may be necessary for the complete
success of the celebration.
National saltue at sunrise.
Tei Band will march to the g.ove
at 9 o'clock a. m.
Prayer by Rev. \V. M. (Jronian.
Mnsic--" kmorica," by the band.
Reading of the Declaration of In-
dependence by lJohn Sturrock.
'"Star Spangled Bruner,"-Band.
Oration-\V. M. Cro1m-in.
Song by the Choir. -
Recitations,
"RedI, White and Blue,"--Band.
Other recitations, singing by the
Choir and music by the Band will fill
up the time till 12 o'clock.
Everybody will be expected to
come with well-filled baskets aind en-
joy a good old-fashiotned plicnic dinner..
Let those w'ho cati bling enough for
the less fortunate ones.
Races and contests of a varied
character wilt l y provided for the af-
ternooni clterlailriment, among which
will be a sack race, wheelbarrow race,
mince pie eating coite. t for the col-
ored people; sugar eating and crack-
or eating contests, all interspersed
with music.
A Iice prize will be given to the
wi iner int each contest.


A Baby Show
will be an attractive feature of the
celebration and a handsome set of
glass ware will be awarded to the


The rain Saturday
ly accepted by all.


night was glad-
Gardens aiid


patches were needing it badly.
'Watermelons are ripe and the Har-
rison people are enjoying their shaie
of them,
Joseph G. Johnson's new sailboat,
the Carrie E. took a party ot Hari-
son people to the Gulf, Weinesdav
night. The moonlight sail, with M..
and Mrs Jenks' presence and a lunch
furnished by Miss Mattic ThUmpsoi
made the evening enjoyable to all.
Thomuas Gwaltney was a welcome
visitor one day last week.
Mr. Calhoun of Marianna was a
business caller upon E. Smith ion'.
day last week.
J. T. Gwaltney was at thel mill (on


business, Monday.
The Harrison sawinill

steadily, at present, and
lot. of lumber on t'he yard.


is running
has a nice
" HELLO.


"For three years we have never been
without Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhea Rtoeedy in the house," says A.
H. Patter, with E. C. Atkins & Co., Indi-
anapolis, Ind., "and my wife would i-
soon think of Ineing without flour as a bot-
tle of this Remedy in the summer season,.
We have used it with all three of our chil-
dren and it has never failed to cure-not
simply stop pain, but cure absolutely. ]1
is all right, and anyone who tries it will
find it so." Sold by L. M. Ware & Co.,
St.. Andrews 'and Bayhead and all medi-
cine dealers.

WETAPPO.
Special to the BuoY.
Ray Palmer came up on Saturday
in the Gl) de to meet his sister, ol.
her return from Apalachicola.
D ", Keyes ot Wewahitchka


prettiest and brightest baby, accord. passed through here Saturday, on hll
ing to age, under two years old; the way to Bayhlead.


judges to be chosen on the morning
of ,he 3d.


At the honle of W. A. Mohoer, a,
new a riv.l--. nthei lille l:lughl:( i


A refreshment stand! will be '.r,'ct- ailed to. the f.,imilv; moiher an


ed in the grove, where ice cream s.nla
water, lemonade, cake, pics and


I1 iI fIl( I lhalt II


sandwiches will be oni ale, thle pIn.-- lned:a;; relrri.edl go,,d shells scarce;


ceeds to go to the better equiiiinieit
of the band.
The whole will close with a dance
-ii te' ll, TlAt iii the' ev-aing. -
The members of the band w:11l, in
the course of a few days rako anmi
burn the leaves and rubbish lying ou
the ground in the groe, and \ill al-
so erect a suitable platl'oini, bLtails
and seats to accommodate the largc
crowd expected here on that day.
Now let us demonstrate for once at


but they bit ceeOdd in capiituing rhree
nice turtles.
The thliermonlter stljud 100 C',
o i0-1, Tat ru rd . v... lT ,ru.

Pr tect yourself n:gainst sickns.'.-. tand
sulfreing lI kt-eeping ouur I1lo d lich :,nd
[tir. i t ithi iIt ij(l' S ,ii-.,parille" W' ;k,
tliin, it.impure blouJ is ure to rti- Ilt it,

i,.id' Pill, atie easy to tuke, easy to
operate. Cure indigestion, billiousness.
25c.


least, that we can lay aside any petty
I I 1 .1 How Tomatoes are Preserved in


or sectional jealousy and help the


Italv.


band to make thie celebration a sue- Charber's Jour'nal.
band to make the celebration a suc- Ohamber's Journal.


cess. As in the old days of the
band's history, it is and always will
be generous in furnishing good mu-
sic on every public occasion anywhere
in the county, and it is dub to the
members to give them a good crowd
on this one great day of jollification.
It has been thought best, on account


Ill every house and cottage the
preserving of tomatoes is cairied on.
Terraces, balconies, and even the flat
roofs of tile houses are half coveredI
with plates containing the deep-redl
substance. After gathering, the to
mnatoes intended for preserving are
spread out fcr some hours in the sun


of the hard tines, not to circulate any till tlie ,kin has somewhat shrunk.
subsoiiption paper to raise money to They are theti passed through a seive
make the prize awards; but to trust so that they may be freed froni both
to the sales at the stand and such do- seeds and skins. As they coritain a
nations as may be volunteered, should large proportion of 'vater the sub-


anyone wish to render some assist-


ance.


stance which has passed through the


The la-ies of the bay will seive must be hung in bags, from


however, be waited upon for such as- which the wate," exudes, and soon a
isistance as they feel disposed to ien- pool of dirty looking water is formed


Oil, k-


ti ll il 4It ~A 111



hr. su Ii 9are

'a ir


--


Miss Maria Parloa
is .k l,]l ill [i l i l>-I.tl?! _" ,\ III .- i
alithurit\ II C ,ki ; -i ,.:

Says "Use
11 'r,, .t ,,c k 'f r I ,I p ',,h i.,n '
p .i U .:-. 111>1. .II ,i 11 %I ll "* I I I l II 'I '.
In, I I I; I. vct il k i .

Leibig COMPANY'S

Extract of Beef."
r ll .t 1 ;- I',i.l ,,'- ', : i t ,.
*.7 r' ,k I'1.,.,. N , ... .


t-thcr, for ir iii.-telle, ;e l W ho *

d1,w he whi10le % ,u iti bc FrI Opened that .
ter itn)i eye*l ojU l e. bottle*of
e n o r e i.. hl t la e ,,'r e ,"' ,i
being- r 'eJJe preru I RESNLO
i. fii,, rts r .0-, Rootbeer?
V .The poppingof a
-aW oitt
-Tiires isa signal of
lterIi.nts, it i; ,,t re ,it, .art t t li. ,i good health and plea-
pI, I t a IIIM ti, he rh'I iCh.10 '-I z e.a sure. A sound the
old folks like to hear _
Call iivike uI.e of thie- the .s0 t1)IiLh.t' I -the children cau't i
li)res..,-vel in tint T' :i:,-. ly ,be resist it.
linnedi 11hole, ais \vLe ktnowv ly iou-e
an,,u:lly i |o, lted iilito i, lan, I'roIn HS
AI.t-,I icl. Unt ill Italy velI fini is Rootbeer
n-laill I'asst! through a ti\Oc, tlie Is composed of the 3
I very Ingredients the .
iip' I ct.LIg the ll laceid ,n tii .i, whil-h system requires. Aiding
i ..: .- ri 1 tbedigestlon, soothing
1neil in iie.l[:U l oli or ti- \dow\ \ 9 11th e nerves, purifyini l
the blood. A teniper-
thell ilt in i ,llihig w? wit.or'i ni vean nce drink for temper-
Itiniut2.. Th ll.' i, ;inal flavor is thus ance pe le.
l The fharlei E. Hiles Co.. Phila.
let.illediJ. T h1 i et... t l < a r.till til is Apa:1age makes 5 atios.
i ll 'a fraInc, s,, it is, as a. ule, be- L Sola ervrywhere.
Vyonl OI li' :oaci itl thle pi,.,nr. T ei
pi ice o i,'re.,'rvehs is .-,-ld,,ii ImlIr tian VIRCINIA COLLECE.
.ixte.,n ceots a l pos i.l., and a little of For YOUNG LADIES, ROAI.KE, Va.
It e C I Oppii Sepl. 9. Ib'J;. 'Onc 01 Il1 li-.tdii.,
it goes very far; but tlihs who arc cht\ols I' r rYu- Ladies in llh Soult,.
thriift\ Iake caie to make it ifi ineru- M ig.-iiicent buildings, all ni odern int-
S es, the e,)t then l.ein g als ttitely p i i nts C'.ni t Ivii aru s. (.;ran1il
t mot.it.,in seenery il, Valley ul Va I'an,.d
insignificant. It is chiitly u'' ed by lor health. Euirol.ilan ,ii iJ Anmerican
t11.1 fu t lat ,i,,. their n aa', Ini i one -herq. Full cnu sv. S ullp rior ;la;n-
lti r a i i, Art anI *d u.i.. Stu .ient, froil,
the ia\ t in: fact I there al' verv few t%%(t lv slali.--. FL', C- taloh e .,ujIre. ilie
I'r ,id':ti. M AT'I LE P. 1IAIt IS.
,li.Iea a lhih lai it1t ii r,'ved by a lR. lokke. Vir iiiia.
little tLtniat ii(..c r\'e an .lit ind I fa-
v.,r in .,c.. ; PARKER'S CANCER TONIO
at I ts Lung Troubles, Debihty, diareaetng iomrnach and
Sftpale ills, aand i no'ed oar making ure when aS l otha
treatment fail.. Every mother and invalid should hae it.
........ .........PARKER'S "I


''has your IiiuL rtt iiu aihentton ccrl-
lv.~lhingr Imr"jC'qj ,rrd t-lc c b

d~IiihI f,1ll, "'ie utizal ly Lre i is-I,,k p 0the
ritiil.ujou inn iiour ochurchl. ',~iI. HI NDERC
Corn wamS e.an -Um


HAIR- BALSAW I
Clues and beautlfiem the hbaLk
Praomoteu a luxuriant po'th. i
Never Pails to Restore .,-yl
Halir to its youthful Color. |
Cured oalp dieuesl & hair ailing .
&,-aud l.oA) at DruggIt I
C RNS heo o Bures Ctmfi
i. Makes wall, -n ew~.JaoN *tDru"gu


Florida -0tral


NEW FLORIDA AND 10
Time Table Ini EfibetlY


450
60
.6 s
.6 00


7--

8 15
5 %s
8 30
10 ^
12 is
1220
206
2 4


820
9 s6
10 44
12 00
G i6J
1 .'v

10 1-.
12 43
9 00


UN' 1N ATI-J ACKSON T
21 A t I a aAtt




co I L%- .lA I hk rt 'n-j~
4 4( A4n~r lAbattcon g..L
7 0 7 Iii i~lvjiitl -.
AslE~ILl~ROUTE.
Pul~nmianj he;~rteweem Jackri


4 24IAr.....Cu Iu )13in.
II '; art en Iurzi-.
12 15 l ere-iatt cn ville
1 456 ... A~heville ....
3 52..........Hot t pz-1igs
7 20........ioxvrlle
7 ti. (itiia
t, .34 Lv .. ........ cinai
5 45 A r.... .... .4'Wc,,4 gco
I ~B'lt Fnur
L C11L...... lnc'itnir
6 00 A'r. hino... ....bin .
Mdonon Ro-ute


Peninsular Railroad

iHERM AIR LINE AND LORIDA TRUNK LINE.
aiW I ', l9'?.-Lighlt Face A. M.; :Hlak F ucr1 1 11.


NoinfitERN POINTS.

7~Lv ja k Itnville Ar
9 k, Ar. Fernaitlilnt Lv
.Bruniiwlo k ...L%
1lfLv Sga'ananh Ar
1`4 Ar .F~irirrx. S 0 ~L%
243 -..L',%-iimxrrk, s c.'.
Aupubtact ('a
11 Spartviitui in '
_A .h I ItaIN_.\C
1(14i~ airtcrlN C.
12 ~ 0 -GroM-awu-.uro. N
62S M- I' an il.t'I a.
31i43 ,ynchinurg. Va

21 in-Plillrdtd-lph11


2.
8 ,,






12
5 '5
-2




12 15
ii 0i.


,.


.:0
54
S4
1 2' 1 .5
7 5 1 .5
54(1 1 4


2r
1~ 120


.1


II

U
I..'
2 "I

I.
t
4


IL S dtai It31 F L N '-?VI II ILF -N -:t lk -1iiLIlV

dull ltd 3' k vN I IW I e 'n :It 3
11 5 !.v..F... tuet A ~ '
I1'' 33 1' N, h.I .'a ~. V 2 2
I 1 1 9.lt Vsrrc ,.r
~l i .us~ ~ ~ 6 15 .. C+.ld r I-e' ...- I
..14 1 40 -. 1rt 3 pi- 12 ct
g~~ 3 ~2 40 -Jl'~hI.
2 a 1000C 4:27 343 11.d' 'i d 12 C)1 11) li-
5 5t, t 4 15 ..Let-,lurg ...... 10 q( 10 '1
13. 4 41 .....Tuiarv~-,....- 9 R. !Oi0
9 6 09 orlmo~l.) .... 6 S6~ 7 50
'fli vik I rk nd. ... 6 27 Vliidi-r PAi k ... .'J' 7 25
1 2 )4 blS I. ItIt''r'... .
r6 j6 ......LRUJO Ot. 1.. 9 i -I.A
6 e Plan~t '113' 8 17
v 24, 700 1 Tru'r .- 7 3-L .7 W


2....

.... O
I

7 30
Lv 9 ol'
. Ar 6 35
.Lv 3'


I, i: Lv ... ... Cincinnati ... .i r 6 00
5 00 Ar ....... C I ,,. .. .... L-. 10 O,
IPn.-^^.i 4. _.1


10 50 l:.
7 30 11,
8 20, 12 13
9 5! 1 13
10 50 23b
11 30 3 31
..4 30
..... 5 15
... .. 1100
.... 30
.... .. 7 4 '


NASHVILLE EXPOSITION ROUTE
Memphis, St. Louis and ICa sas City. summer
N-3, :I___|INo i
T ,0 Lv ... .... Jaiks..uvlile .. r 1. 1st. Rate
4 i Ar .... Mac ..... .. ...v.. L 1 29
7 -j. .. .. Ai inta a .... ... .. 8 30 agents. Ci
1 00 ....... (-htai rota ......... 2 5 6
70 .0... Nahill. ......... .n to be had o
7 20 Lv ...... ..... Na.,bvill .... .. r '
S41 Ar ..... Evansvlli r. .... .... 3 i
S. .. cago.l l. 7
Sleeping Car Service.
Nos. 3.' and .33. F iit Mail. SieFers between Niw York
Naslivillo si.d .iers.aftt thu Clune iitl slitsper via, AlaN e llt)
Nos. 37 and: carry through oepirs between Jack.onvl
witi 13. 13. 7 and 1I) with Pi rnan sleepers between Je
No.. 3Scarriet th through Bu nian saitpers for Na.liv
s,,vIlle on return iy No. .'83.
Nos. I and 2, Through I man Sleeper belwee
lean.. Only through sleep e lue between those po
+Liily u.Ii pt ee iSuuday. PTbi rain dciro,, not r'in Moiud
I ',rnri.-thlinns ar Twpah. for St. P, rsburg. Mainiati.- RIver an
e.rs. t-anter"MAlau ti-c" for al otints ont Mant.ir,- Rivr
Waaldo stlen.er fr ,1lt-i.,sf. (o 'C is at Tallla,:.t.i, f,)r Sct.
c.la. (-'on t-cts at. Rive.ir Junn tlj ortI t rittanio,,hit Ivtr.
HOmn(r-saHsa. CL'oininm 't-. F,;rnR uitt for I i t l i I-il.In.l] IlvI
and Brunswick.
All bagg&ge will tie,-ie.-ked min Union iDepot. Ticket
offlce, 203 -ogm, str ,'r. as wE-llU t t.i Unlon D--put ti,'kc-t
R. W. CAMdBELL, l'as.a.ti gfer A nt.
Ticket A t. 2i West Bay Str-et, (C
WALTER G. COLEN N. Ouncial Trrveling A
N. S. i'-"NNINGTON Trilc Ma -,ger. A. (.. MAcDI


AW'emera 1Diwhlelofi
anid Nbsw~ Orleans.

Ai .LahtuC icy.
. Live ()a k
mnitdl~ict.]1

RivelrJunction..-
M bile .-
New tOrtLorDj


A
.35 .o"

S41' 09
5 12 13
4 n:t 11 (1
2 '.' 9 10
2-0 9 00
I -. 1 ....
12 2' .........
7 lu .......
3 1' ....
1,145


tourist rates effective June
s given by our coupon
yards of rates for Nashville
in application.



and .Jacksonville. also carries
lie.and1 Nt:w York in cionnectloji
icksoinvlllo anti Taunr1u.a
lilt. This la br.u.'iti Intu Jack-
n Jackbont Ille aud New Or.
A 1llF..
ly. -'uudlav aid Mrnl:,y only
il, Key WVt ;ani llavatin -IL.IDni-
r. At S't Irk. fi.r Lai.'rtse. At
. Maink C('.ira bell" and A pi lati,'l-
stratijers. (C'lon i-cs ut O c)ila for
Lr ROcutc i t-:iauejr t. h Ih l ialdui
s will ho sord at th:. city ticket .
J. E. MAIlIsALL.
col ner IlIt .ii. Jack tuuville, Fla.
kent. Jacksconvllle.
)ONELL, G.". Pa-,-enger Agent.


W. PAF K E R.


Salisbury


Lumber


PsssER


HOW TO FIND GUT. el~lE.111ili each bal.


Ready For . '-
(I rl t r 'e Ii' ig l l i .'1

v 'I;.t -I~lnlYou (d11 Vil'~i hit If


IV. D. PARKER.


Company's lill,


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



Either Rough or Dressed,
IN ANY QUANTITY AT REASONABLE, I PIUES'

ALSO
ST-II[GT-LES AND M[OT)..jDTL N) I-Tr -S.
THOMPSON & JOHNSON. POP2tETO'rS. Jlarl.oi,, Plot ida.


The Senator's Striped Underwear.
A western senator, who has always
been addict( to the habit of wearing
striped underwear, had a narrow escape
recently on that very account. The
striped underwear worn by the distin-
guished senator looked for all the world
like a prisoner's garb, but of course that
aspect of the case did not suggest itself
to the senator. While en route to Wash-
ington on one occasion the fact came to
him in a striking way. It was on a
sleeping car at night. The car pitched
and threw him out of the lower berth
on to the floor, clad in his striped under-
wear.
The lurch of the car startled other
folks, too, and two ladies on the opposite
side of the senator stuck their heads out
to see what the commotion was all
about. When they saw the senator crawl-
ing under cover in his striped garb,
thinking he was an escaped convict
they screamed, and pandemonium reign-
ed. The porter was summoned, where-
upon the ladies commanded him to re-
move the "convict."
It took all the "senatorial courtesy"
the senator could rake up to prove an
alibi, and he was finally able to demon-
strate who be was, but he has since
abandoned the idea of wearing striped
underwear, having reached the conclu-
sion that plain flannels without stripes
are much better and far safer.--Wash-
ington Post.


Chichcafer's Engliah Diamound Brann.

PENNYROYAL PILLS
S Or~g,]nal and Only Genuilne.
DAVE .,awY,, ,w Y tAt. ohIs mh
~~ Drr,~giat for C7.&cheizars 4"WLia)D..
ndBriutd W Red slid Gd eujllto\
loothver. P~~dOt~~ bn~
l"Jelufor .wilesh" inLotter. by return
JmEAL 10000TjLAU&ERfl~~I N sanagPepmr
4014 tjIi i L *1 al (LSr LPhALada.A Pa.


A MAP

Of thc City Of St. Anres,

Golten uip with great care by the
publisher, who has spared no pains
to prepare for the public a map of
St. Andrews as it really is. It shows
about
FOUR MILE OF COAST LNIE,
Extending eastward from Dyer's
Point, taking in the Old Town site of
St. Andrews, and gives location of
public business places, private resi-
dences, docks, etc., alsc every lot in
each block and the adjoining addi-
tion to the Cincinnati Company_'s
land, with a full descriFtion of the
Mame.
The Map will show owners of lots
in the city just where they are lo-
cated, and is of value to those thilik-
ing of buying property.
Size of Map 30x50 Inches.
The BUOY will send this map to any
address on the receipt of
ONE DOLLAR,
Or giver as a premium f.: 5 yearly
cash sulsc Dtions.


Twenty ordinary bricks equal a cubid
foot of work when laid in position,
The Visigoths in Spain, from Alarlto
in 8823 A. D., to Rodcric, in 709, had
84 kinas.
Don't Tobacco Spit and Smoke Your Life Away.
If you want to quit tobacco using easily
and forever, be made well, strong, magnetic,
full of new life and vigor, take No-To-Bac,
the wonder-worker, that makes weak men
strong. Many gain ten pounds in ten days.
Over 400,000 cured. Buy No-To-Bac of your
druggist, under guarantee td cure, 50o or
-,1.00. Booklet and sample mailed free. Ad,
sterling Remedy Co., Chicago or New York;

Geo. S. Hacker & Son,

CHARLESTON), S


MANUFACTURERS


Sash, UArsN Blds ,D












AND

Building M material.
Window and Fancy Glass a
Specialty.
ESTIMATES C IH EEtF UL LY
GIVE N


FOR SALE.

Another Bargain in Real Estate.
The Kiberg place, 2 miles northeast
of Parker, consisting of 80 acres fine
timbered laohd Ieipg the west half of
the southwest quarter pf section 6, tp
4s, rante 23w; 4 acres fenced with
picket fence and itn cultivation, with
several fruit trees, grape vines; et6;,
and a habitable shanty. Price $300,
partly on time if desired. F6r particu-
lars address the Buoy.

Our Clubbing List.
The BUOY has made very liberal club-
bing arrangements with a few of the very
best publications in the country and for
the present can send for a whole year
The BUOY and .
The Florida Citizen, daily, for... .$7 00
Ilhe Florida Citizen, weekly, for...$1 55
Leslie's Weekly, '. .... 3 00
Scientific American' .... 3 50
Farmor and Fruit Grower 2 ; 55
Florida Agifeculturist ,' 2 55
d c cluls of 5, each 2 )25
Farm Joturnal, Phillad'a, monthly 1 10
Cincinnati Enquirer twice a week
8 large pages each issue .. 1 70
Atlanta Constitution .. I 70
N. Y. World (thrice a m, -yk)...... 1 75
For any or lthel ,) of thI,: al.,,)'e( puhblica
liotus in coinetiirction with l, I- jt' Y, ad-
r,'es all order, o TIIE bUOY.
St. Andrews, Flift


to a 1-111n1d of Ire.muclv'.
nlow '2ICj ii es Lhat it sh-A
oil fl at p all .e. xl to..tdl

W'.'Jtnlen tsp.twlhh, So that 11

lticati it renlailis sulk.

to he seen Ililttig alrithu


I cllv 'li i p, c l i c~i r I.Ic i


a 1.1it i at itfhI
.11 IVIilk. I I k.. I, I .I-I I t.


NEW STORE IN


A NJINDREWS BAY.


PARKER BROS.











ussell St ore uil ding

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

G. B. THOMPSON. J. G., JOHNSON,


THOMPSON & JOHNSON
HAVING PURCHASED AN, INTEREST IN THII


I


STo E


S


-PI-_l~ C --3---14~


_


kv-


I-e n vIv r


tiii
' j ;';


*, 1,


CORNER OF SHELL AVENUE AND MICHIAN STREET;

ST. ANDREWS BAY, FLA.


[amris a Fill Lihi 0 Gof is, Mo icinis

Diamond Dyes, Trusses, Syringes;

PAINT BRUSHES, FANCY AND TOILET

ARTICLES.
'FR.J. J. KE TER. Drugawist.


xill entor intiI)r, thn .)rtoffi pn


---,








NORTH BAY LUMBER COMPANY

BAY HEAD, FLA.



C. TOMPINS & CO.
ARE PREPARED TO FURNISH

Rough and Dressed Lumbar of All Grades.


THE PATRONAGE OF THE PUBLIC SOLICITED
J 0Terms8 cash or endorsed notes.


NEW STORE IN PARKER




N. W.P PiAt


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.


LO OK


HERE!


Yon Can't Afford to Miss This Chance!
Having Purchased the Stock of Goods in the Store'at


I am Making Constant Addintions Thereto and Propose to


SELL FOR CASH, AT ONE PRICE

To All!

Ait the Lowest Living Margin of Profit.

Ami Treat Every custit r Alike and Courtcosly.
Call and See My Coods and Cet My Prices.

W. H. SHAND S,


PARKER;


FLA.


Te STANDREWS BAY










ORGANTPED JANUARY. 9 1892.

To purpose of this Association is to Improve '.he Country adjacent to St
S Andrews Bay arind to
Develop its Resources as a Fruit-Growing Conutry.
To accomplish this the Association proposes to Sell Lands in tractiof Two-
and-a-half and FiveAcres to such parties only as '.rill imprnve them by the
Erection of Houses. Fences and such .l'errre t Irnp: .
value of each tract so disposed of, and particularly to .
Plant them out in Trees, Plants and Vines, -
To the end that in the shortest practicable time every su..h tract shaIll lie a
Source of Revenue to its Owner.
AS TO RELIABILITY OF THE ASSOCIATION
The first question wh;ch will naturally be asked will be: "Is this" Asso-
ciation reliable"? And the answer to it is: Any person employing the Associationl
to make improvements may deposit an approximate payment of the estimated cost of
the same with any responsible business man or firm doing business on the Bay or in
Bank at their own home to be paid over only when the Association shall satisfacto-
rily show that the improvements have been made according to agreement.
The Association will not only improve and plant, but watch and care for
allproperty entrusted to its keeping,guarding against forest fires, dishonest pilferers
for damages from any cause possible to be prevented.
From a careful estimate of the probable expense and income of a fruit
plantation in the St. Andrews Bay country a few figures are given:
Price of'ana per acre, say $25 to $50; cost of clearing, say $20; -ost of planting 1st
year, say $30; cost of cultivation each year thereafter, $20,
It is not extravagant to estimate that a 1-acre vineyard will on the third
year, if properly cultivated, yield $200 worth of fruit and of peaches nearly or quite
the same, while figs should do even better than that. Then, though perhaps a little
lkbuger, some of them, in coming into profitable bearing may be named pears, apricots,
aBctirinies, plums, prunes, mulberries, olives, Japan persimmons almonds English
wvlnut-,-Ja-pa,. 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-
sidered certain yield large returns oftener than they miss
The Secretary'of the Assodiation will give particular attention to an-
swering letters of inquiry, and the Buor will in its answers to correspondents an-
wer all'questions asked it .
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village postoffice talking--li idnTy
way, and as many more sat on the steps
of a store opposite in brotherly attitudes.
All was peace and harmony and good
will until a stranger hitched his horse
to a post and walked off into a side
street. Twelve men looked at that horse
for two minuteswithout saying aword.
Then one remarked:
"He's bin foundered some time."
"It's just spavins, replied his neigh-
bor.
"Nothing ails that horse," put in a
third man as he stood up to get a better
look.
"Nothing but the worst case of glan-
ders I ever saw I" added a fourth.
Then the six men on the steps went
Over and joined the other six, and all
began a critical examination of the
beast. They looked into his mouth,
pulled his ears, poked his ribs and lifted
his feet, and one man finally observed:
"He's at least 16 years old, and I
wouldn't give $5 for him."
"If you don't know more than that,
you'd better keep out of horses" sneer-
ed the village blacksmith, who was
loafing when he ought to have been at
work.
"Mebbe you know his age?"
"I do. He isn't a day over 7."
"Say, he's got six ringbones in plain
sight" exclaimed a carpenter.
"Ringbones be hanged!" put in the
cooper. "The horse has got poll eviL"
Every one of the 12 men had an opin-
ion to express, and, having expressed it,
he was determined to stick to it. After
a few minutes of this the cooper called
the blacksmith a liar, and was hit on
the chin, and that started the row. Ev-
erybody went in to lick everybody else,
and the mob surged back and forth and
up and down and used fists and feet and
clubs and cobblestones At the end of a
quarter of an hour there was a cessation
of hostilities, and men limped away to
wash off the blood and repair damages.
Just one man was left to "hold the
fort," and as he got his breath he defi-
antly exclaimed:
"I say that hoss has got ringbones,
spavins and poll evil combined, and any
man who disputes me is a liar."
"What hoss are you talking about?"
asked a man who had taken no part in
the row.
"Why, that boss over"-
But there was no horse over there.
During the row the stranger had re-
turned, mounted his steed and ridden
away.
'WllUam Was a Squealer.
One day, there came along to our
camp at Red Horse flats a man wbo.
seemed to be looking for somebody, and!
when Judge Watkins asked him to state
his case, he said: "I was told down at!
Lame Man's bend that you folks hung a
critter up yere last week. Was he a red
beaded man, with a cataract in the left
eye?"
"I think he was."
"Have a squeaky voice and lame in"
the left legt"
"Yes, that's the critter. That's his
grave over on that level spot."
"So you buried him?"
"Of course. We allus do that, though
we don't go down over two feet if the'
ground is hard. Stranger, was you in-
terested in that man?"
'A leetle bit," replied the man. "He
was a pard of mine, and his name was
William Hope. Reckon hostolsunthin,
didn't hle?"
"He did."
"That was William's best holt. Did
he die game?"
"Waal., a to that, said the judge,
S"i,.lit hurt yer feelin's if I say he
didn't?"
"Oh, no, no, no! William was allns
bragging that if the time ever cum he'd:
die in the games sort o' way, but I had'
my own opinyun about him. He squeal-I
ed, didn't he.?"
"H did. He hadn'tnomoresand than
a rabbit. IrI cried and took on till he'
made us all tired." !
"That's how I thought wouldd be.
All brag and no sand. Did he die easy?"*
"Tolerablc easy, I believe."
"Think he was gwine to a better
"Yes; seemed t6 think that way,
though he was alone in his opinyun.
Anythin else, stranger?"
"No, I guess not. As I said, he was
my ole pard, but I allus thought he'd
squeal when the rope began'to choke,
and I'm sorter pleased to know I wasn't
mistaken. No; nuthin more. I'll jest
go over and look at his grave and see if
he seems to be comfortable, and then go
back to the Bend. Much obleeged, sir,
that you hung him, and much obleeged
that you wient to the trubble of plantiu
him. Good dayI" M. QUA.


The prop"
under the
heavier than
claime'l thd
rates. Thest
85 per cent
nue to the g
proposed val
and the bu
and medium
used in the
A cheap t
tail at 25 ce
sold at 87
quality be
Medium
blouses wil
and the reti
accordingly
Linen fo
many Amel
for clothing
strength aili
Such goods
per cent.
It is clal
essary for r4
that the peeo
tute some
proved of th
nue will be
It is said t
here, but t
again, and
low crashe
the climate
even if t
rates are u:
entire cos
Europe is
selling pri(


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HIS CHEEKS Wl
INFLATION
The trophy was
and Editor Tank
Era, after look
under the head
elared in the h
very largest hot
the books was or
ference and 17 i
Early that e
front of the hot<
on the side ven
aware of the fa
rived. I could
versation was p
"H-ollo, Sil"
"Well, well,
other voice.
There was no
"Have a chevy
voice.
"No. Try on
cigars, Si," pi
landlord. "Thi
Si."
'Think so?" e
the voice of SL
"A buster, S
"Have a cheer,
"Don't care
thnru I heard thi
At this poiut
joined the group
I found uo
Si. His eyes
nose was a me
wcre red inflati
times their nat
as if they had I
cycle pump, an
pair of freckled
Si submitted<
few moments, I
moved on dowr
office, accompa
friends.
"That's Si
the busting t:g i
ed the landlord
'"H. was tel
I ventured. "t
"Sorry feor
grocer.
"Sorry fer h
and all the as,
me with mout
"Sorry fer
lord. "Sorry
the world's ho
a kitel Sa",
asylum bLie yo
York Sunday

"I don't He
of man I won
wife."
"Milliken?
perfect gentle
"Yes; I d],(
up to me as a
truit Cws.
SI He.
The ollom
ments a
linens "- U


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duties on linen good-
ended Dinlgey bill art
ver, although it has been
the senate had reduced
oods paid for many year
ed yielded a steady reve-
eminent. The rates no-'
from 50 to 109 per cent,
en falls heaviest on low
goods, which are chiefly
)mes of the poorer people.
leoloth now selling at re-
a per yard will have to be
cents to 40 cents if the
it up.
en for children's summer
e assessed 99 j per cent,
price will have to go up
is the raw material foi
fan industries, as lining.
and other purposes where
durability are required.
ill be advanced 20 to 80
)d that this advance is nec-
enue, but the effect will be
0e will in many cases substi-
ag cheaper, and thus be de-
ruseful fabric, and the ree-
irrespondingly diminished.
[ linen goods can be made
s has been tried again and
icept in the case of a few
las been a failure, owing to
and other difficulties, bul
r could be made here the
iocessarily oppressive. The
of weaving line glods iD
iout 7>j to Jo per cent the
of the article here, and in


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eazeley's woods
e had discovered
t ii hornets' nest
that was 40
iu.hesincircum-
feirnc and 20
inches long. It
was hanging
'from several
: beech saplings,
and Si cut the
saplings with a
S ED jackknife and
I.E brought the nest
home in triumph.
te talk of the village,
:e f The Delphi County
u1 in his encyclopedia
d f "hornets," had de-
'9 l' barroom that the
n: s' nest on record in
S36 inches in circum-
es long.
e. ing, while sitting in
S'I heard a commotion
a a and soon became
c hat Si Jones hbad ar-
t see Si, but the con-
ect-ly intelligible.
ied a voice.
' 11, Sil" drawled an-
Suse fron SL
W "'it' ventured a third
a o' my clear Havany
led the voice of the
a as a busting big nest,

oe tulated a now voice,
cried the landlord.
I do," said Si, and
hair creak as be slowly
JDurned the corner and
fleiulty in identifying
re barely visible, his
conjecture, his cheeks
is, his lips were three
ral size, his ears looked
,en blown up with a bi-
ghis hands resembled a
boxing gloves.
Sto being patronized a
d( thI. l, feeling uneasy,
he etreet to the post-
ed by several attentive
nes, the fuller that got
mets' nest," volunteer-
bly bitten, wasn't h.e?"'
i sorry for him."
iml" cried Saud, the
I!" echoed the landlord,
i bled villatgers gazed at
Sagape.
Snl" repeated the land-
a man that has busted
ets' nest record higher'u
ranger, what lunyti hk
from, anyhow?"-New
,urunal.
o Objection.
eve Millik:-n is the sort
*are to introduce to my
7hy, he's coneof the most
eu I ever l:nuewl"
t care to have him hbld
rdel ail the time. "-De-

Dutles on Linens.
ig are some of the. con
Vn yell acquainted' \\it
4in u indnsrj .~ .


America te cost should not De at the
very outside more than double this per-
centage, so that, even if Republican
theories be true, a protection of 35 pel
cent should be ample to allow for high.
er wages and extra profits for our man.
ufacturers.
It is possible speculators may star
mills on the strength of these excessive
rates, sell the stock, and then step out,
leaving the unfortunate laborer and
manufacturer to face the difficulties ol
the situation as best they can. The la.
borer probably,, having been brought
here from Europe (for labor is on the
free list), with unreasonable expect.
tions, will be left to join the army ci
disappointment and discontent. Why
should these exorbitantly high rates be
assessed on an article more or less in
use in every household in the land, and
the cost of living so much increased in
these days of keen competition and
small profits? Why should the plain peo.
ple be taxed to put more money in the
pockets of the rich? If the wealthy
manufacturers want to make experi.
ments, let them do so at their own cost,
not tax the poor for that purpose.
Never Before.
She-And you sl that you have never
been in love?
Ho-Never. I have thought I was 75
or 80 times, but I always found out aft-
erward that I wasn't. --omerville Jour-
al. _

."I Fa w him iaturdy'ran t
half full."
"'Yes, you know he's working on half
pay unw?"-Truth.


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Safe, certain and sure. All P I
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BOARDING.


Mrs. 1. J. Corby.

Rom Vista Avw and iDrak St
St. Andrews, Fla.,
House an, I Acc-nimmiodati,'n Fii.t
(.'lass in El ery lieipeect.


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ONE1 DULLAR.
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lands i.lurchased i of the (-'in:iniin lt i
C',iinpa-,any can I, ca.-lv n.sc,: taiii,:,l,
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