Title: St. Andrews buoy
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Title: St. Andrews buoy
Uniform Title: St. Andrews buoy
Alternate Title: Saint Andrews buoy
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Emmons & Lynch
Place of Publication: St. Andrews Fla
Publication Date: September 23, 1897
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Saint Andrews (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Washington County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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Bibliographic ID: UF00073857
Volume ID: VID00035
Source Institution: University of Florida
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ST. ANDREWS.
Ntstice of the Peace. W. I. Singleteyry;
Notary Public, Deputy Circuit Court
Clerk. W. A. Enmmons; School Super-
visor, R. F. Bracking Post Master,Dr.
\V. G Mitchell.
HARRISON.
Postmistress, Mrs. M. B. Jenks.
PARKERl
?ostinaster iiand Notary Public, W. H..
Parker.


PIfTS BURC.
Oustlnistr'ess, Mrs Hassell'org.
ANDERSON.
Postmaster, S. W. Anderson
GAY.
Postma-taer, Mrs. R. Gay.
BAY HEAD.
Postmaster, Martin Post.
FARMDAT.E.
Postmaster, W. F. Woodford.
\VETA.'PO..
Postriiistress, Mrs. D ur.
WEST IBA Y,
Postmaster, P. N. Hutchiisoi.

CALHOUN COUNTY-CROMANTON.
Salaries, E. Mosher, Frank Hv, i:Lin-,
l'ustmaster, W. M. Croman; Coun
tv Commissioner, H. M. S pii-ei
levutv Clerk of Courts. S. T'. .Lkle%"

l L 1, I t 1 U11 .
Mletllhodist-Chl irch cur. WVM-hii,1ton ;are
and Ci.'- -nui sl -Il W- v . W N C..r nini:,
paiislor. l'reacliiig at I1I a. m. and i :3t
p. lm. every ialterni'e Sunday.
SS.C. -Pratyr uinetling at Ihe


noon at 3:31) o'clock. All ar inl ited.
la'ptist-Church, corner of on0l1iiig
afveiI'u and Cincinna i street. CL'lnirl
ouiil'erer- -i.lurday .Iliiforo firsi Sizil.iav
S at 4 p. in. Sunday school every .ninlaly at
- 9 :30 a. in. Preaching second and 1'iir'l i
Sundays in each iiimonth. Rev. J. P. Saiith.
pa-stor
Preslyterian-Church corner Loraiioe
avenue and Drake street.
Jatholie-,-Church corner \V 'yominii ave-
aue and Foster street

''llE MAII1S.
The northern mail, via Ailider-on, G.y,
Bayhead and Chipley departs reryv da.
except Snu day .11 :1:00 o'elick; n. m.;
arrives every day except Sun.'J;,- at
7:40 p. m.
E;tst Bay mail for Harri.'oin. Croinintou,
Parker, Farnidale and We iitl, Il'c.es
St. Andrews going east every niorning
at 6 o'clock and arrives, coining west
every afternoon ;t 1 o'clock.

ST. ANDHEWS BAY, CHIFPLEY &
-VERNON TELEPHONE CO,
(Incorporated Nuov. 7, 1886.)
SCHEDULE OF l.AT'rs:- For each five
minutes, or fraetl'to thereof, use of
Phone: A N
Between St.Andrev'. Bay & Gay.... lWe
.t 1 Bayheadl5c
"* Chipley. 25c
Chipley & Bayhead........ 15c
1 Gay............. 20c
Bayhead & Gay............ 5cV
For transmission by telegraph 10c.
extra, not including telegraphic service.
A. J. GAY, Gen'l Mgr.


Parker Lodge No. 142.
-A., -F. &; A IV I
SRegular (', ltunnll 1i-
, yiu t catl,.-s ',n Satu'.lay,
oni or beL'rt enacel rull

Ah' ur-inia Brothers

W. IH. PARKER W. M.
W. A. EMMONs. 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 acknowledgments,
etc., anywhere in Florida. Special at-
tention given to land conveyances and
to marriage services. Office at the
BUOY Oilice, St. Andrews Bay.


DR. ...T. ,KESTIER,
Ilomteopathic ht.ysiiaun il I
voucher. Olnipii-neer Drug St
corner '..f Shd avenue and Mi
galln trees
St. Andrew.. 4l1
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Cliffe, the gentlemen named below,
met on board the south-bound 1morn-
ing tlain, which passed Franklin
about 9 o'clock. B. 13. Allen, W.
W. Berry, his son, Frank, and neph-
ew, Harly, of Nashville; J. E. Wash-
ington and son, George of Cedar Hill;
young Jack F. Birownlow of Washi-
lingtoII, D. C., DI. D. B. Cliff, John
B. Cliffe, and J. L. Parks, jr., com-
L.'tled tue pal ly. On that mornil. -g


:. had been gdod friend6 of long
s8. ia and some imet for the first
ti-ri.. but all were good friends at the
end of this during.
\Ve were starting in quest of the
tatil.pii, which, we uninitiated had
been told by e\ pei iencd members of
the part and writers, was the king
I. ;4:auC rkt,1. Of'course the tales that
Acie I'idl n it cre receivAd with an air
ol olile haiitvi sonie knowledge (for
e liad all anIght n.,1L 1, fiN~i) and we
-TLS, -th"" lillt h t it g aiin of salt we
Ih'ugt piper, they btleing levtel"iied
in a c .se, l h.l e.
0ur LI.j'ctivc i'.l"ilt was St.Azndrows
,,v, whlIi is on the north coast of
Fhlmila. We traveled all day and
until 3 ne.xt morning, when we were
aiiu.Ield tu leave the train for Mobile,
Shii li city we luft at nioa, taking
the otalir.nr AlApha, wiich landed us
safell at S-t Andriews Soundaj after-
noon Uat5 'cl,.ck The jouirncy from
F'ralklin was an s .xil.cldlinlg y pleasant
one, with no ianusual incidet.t except
that the sea was so quiet that no one


was sea-sick and the cathting a Cfi e
mackerel with a troll-line thrown


froml lie steamer. It may be men-


tioned, h!(,wever, that jn.st before we
eniterted St. Anidrews ulv we saw
great quantities of jelly fisl of several
varieties. Being a new fih to some
of us a dip net was produced a na
so0m1e were dipped up trom near the
surface where they seemed to be in-
voluntarily floating with the title. Ol
course it was a strange organism to
1,s. The variety most abundant
were the shape arnd size of all ordina-
ry winesap apple, which had a circu-
lar incision one-hlalf inch wide mna'le
around the bud end anid all tlie me;t
taken out, leaving the core attached
to the stem end in its natural posi-
tior.. So f'ar as he is concerned the
X-ray need never have been discover-
ed, tor lie is trinmpa i it.
Onil lauding at St. Andrews we
vere cond ucted to a seven-room
dwelling, w which through the foresight
of Dr. Cliffe had been rented, ready
turnishied. It was situated 150yards
from' the bay, facing it to the south.
fThe arrangement \was i.leal for such
a party, and without delay each menio-
her found a satisfactory place to hang
its hat, except Jack, who to the an-
ioyance of the Doctor too frequently
miing his up on the floor. Our cook


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c-- soon had thie etClU ary department ,in
iO ii h
'hi- 'hler, aind a light supper was prepar-
ed tor tuA. The temperature at St.
''ih A nl tiew.s was a surprise-it was
simply leiiighItfnl. And here it may


',,, ..I,,at lhih w.. taken ,.|,- ,e-.-in ,,1 ,t thu U w-v. ,,o,t- 7 i ^lp--- t

,o i. is In e.s r l, e c t'. I', t h L ...,. i ni l l it i- a l.1 ei '; t s k i l l, .-
gj". -
clailh hi- ,nre-iie .ii l., b 'hini. l hhi inlti .t .t e' ti h i .l;ei .. iL, 1' i ll h ,, -il. yC
kn,.. near the |,,..i T l..l.l lim h" c*-* tf 11*:.0 t.' R
T- I a' filv s hi i -a k wii a be T h.e a e I > : I -
am u l e r.l itto eten iynchie. lyng ing th Ire.:.y .al* thIr h e, y ,. a o th
c o is s ,,ov e ih e .lte r n at h i n, b a t I I s, ta .., ,, I-tin. a i.' h Ih i.1.h. . so a Hr.
e,, i i ; U h ln b ,e g i .-, t eIew l. e l i a t a o n t h ,. I ..ti e -t l hi , 1 t. v s e l e Ei enr .dt. ]
i be t.tl e'l-.e to be the tee.lint iI ce I,,, i th r |i,, ,t'hel W t d s-a Ju about ttan iminut s V, !l. r, l
khet l ,l. T he t:l c klt.o l:,1hI iat .lt[d.,fr u as .r,,n is lt h i ,, te ,pp red, a e r.Birn es d s-v at e nc, t -
f.l. rii .o .,o ,.a an a" ... ant id hurwa is _owti to take.: stirve t 1m.e .
-e s. d-' itntl hos h.e--l toisin af tr l.'
'K ialda s d 1e1C, a br.t.i. \ile hl,,d bil ite t a b k,,,.d, li 't,'< IO -t",lli- 0- in.n ), 1
S, i iit One, where he went aboard a schooner
about four feqt long, a large horok. a sively taken by InI ln TLh, lyaing there. By inx l rined among tb he
watout rod six feet long ae n a very boys in our pfrty ii| i i-1t \Li- lingshoremen the dm.s te,, soou learned
Se et thean vesa sis ance Eldi was oin-d
wa lge reel. Ato 6eato er belt e it. a iety aiiond a great nu ,! I .... lie, refu.se tol the E Balnd es ts a r- ir

socket similar to that prepared for a sucl as rodIlsh, sea tr. Ill:,,kerel, mediately. Mr. Barnes saw at once that
striag-carrier is worn in order to ihohl cavally, fla.undter, and ki .I not ip t was now time to take active meas-
the bftt of tihe lod. The wait sinks considered good fior e A : 'reat ore no hewould b iveasn a ees, on h
a few inches helow the surface of the many shark were can ;l 'li- larg- captain and explained to him what he
water and when s izet d by a tarpon, est one, osix feet lon' \\ : -ht bv wished to do. The master seemed of a
snrly disposition and little inclined to
,is carried with l fightingg rapidity to- Mr. Berry, and his y,,,,n, l rank render any assistance. He did not, in-

ward lthe bottom of the sea. When caught one asi long ais rii'et.l. The deed, refuse to let Mr. Bares see Mar-
Stlie great fish finds that there is "a shialk seems to be tlc e .aotei..,r of vel, but he positively declined to take
S,, any part in the matter himself.ai
string tied to his food te starts with tie sea. ansi is stakes, i :1 an. par- Descending to the cabin, almost the
a mad rush ti o the surface and throws ticulars. He lhas aniit jt' r.. \\s o' first individual whom he met was Mar-
himself entirely out of the water, teeth, each row lying l,, :i.,i the vel and Mri Baresl, approaching him, s e

S gs e" -re plie Marvs foel.ows: h
Not until then does the fishermachT' inner rimn of the tmon;l,, oio tjust "aMr. Marvel, I believe?" i s
know he ias a tai pon. Andt as the back of the other, exce ie row in That is my name, but you are a a
I stranger to me." H
sun glistens sor a moment on the use, whiich stands erect, eotl usu- u e lo i ave e. ta
Ste t hi li sat 'PlMre Marvel, I have a very unte apleasr rI
quivering, silver streaming sides of ally do. When one ,. Cl is broken ant duty to perform and hope you will g


ota's sport i at its zenit and fishe nds row tries anof takes its la,.:, thus lai, atu femiuat the captai" may
expression in a wit yeil frolym Olimself there are no dentiftes it,,,iI sharks. "You cannot explain too quickly to oe
which is answered by one fromi each (And \e hope those ,. iu i, true.) suit ume," replied Marvel. bo
of his companions. The struggle is The teeth are exactly tk .hiape of you letWdley ason i it sinco s u

thlen begunl and lasts from twenty to sections in a binder bl:Wel, The vi- "Why do you ask?" ul

S ise full explanati-u after v.aird." ri
one point to another, frequently tow- fact that.the writer h:,l I| ursman "That arrangement do. s ,.t. suit me, w

ing the boat several hundred yards, cut the head of a fotur l.,.t one about You are a stranger to umf-Idonot fvsu
and at intervals leap.ing into the air. half way off and ti,.n alit his jaw wih w m !m-an are aai tdi h I
with my name-and I theenfore d!ey h;
Each leap is gier lt by yells of en- somte distance down t.. et tieJhook that; you have any right to qutstiou it
thiusiasm, Fin.-llyv the .-ti iil_'le out. 'liis donie lie was .ir.|ili.'lc k me .' Marvel
"Mr.;Marvel, I ahi a h..t..tive.'" 1
grows less alI i .-.- i isl-, if tie iiio tlihe sea. Remtnaining ,i, li tJ icl L "W ell?'
tish is to lose, ni la:i. h graliitl!v only a few seconds he ,v'a sc,1 I,. "A murder has been cn"Wuitted at m
reeled toward the boat l thil i -,.. off' as though ithlin-' a, t- lny's Flts, iiirf Mr.I Bruc r,--
ho r tiled c onJir I alo is h e, ,e li ~ itc It is said i,..,i t"', li that i, ,'l bt nAru el ta. a d ti ed' to r t.one,- he f

rkl therusat, several ,d yIa rds,' 'ilrk sees bofal uai ...ll,.r Itheni abo twas sinispassiv--" i. you ven tur to us
sides. Few fi.li'ii..i"-- h.Ise Iatyu,, I,,, in, that sec .,t a '- ..r"" "-

a c d at w i nth eu r va a l i u ~let i a r1f n d 'lti iaihg ,b t A tid tw i h y tam s lje r "ii e d r. Id i n t o a 1
act withuntsa pang ut ', ilp ,'egiiu"t" <'' And lhe iguein sliv'rr and buri,:d h* facing hsads. I 1

and fewer still can t i.-lt lithe tern-.ij'ta om hiiniell. His bia -is a giacelul eh au emN d aLI oig.fac t t hat or

tion to try again to catch tihe king 0 irve which is relie l by the line of it in hs heart to disturb hi. inay,
game fish s' li oicite they havie bifeet lei head starting (it hi izI fatally and however, realizing that time was pre-
electrified with the ine ,'ige that lie then turning at tin a gle. u, 45-1 de- "cous, hMe said: .

angler is by no teaus always success- His ears aro alwida) e I t a n, lie fat- "Why should I?" ','sivt,.rdl Marvel,
Stlooking up suddenly, aroused by the
fl. The tarpon's mouth inside is tons exactly as ths e I 1,o hungry question y t
lined with bone andi you cannot drive goat which had jn-,t nI a, a meal of "Because it may be necessary for you a
a hook into it except in a small space old rags an-d iiev-I a1,. to prove your whereabouts on that night
.1 *.1 In order to disarm suspicion, and"-
ont either site. 1lie hook usually A closer l.::.:aiiiialmi in of the jelly 'D o mean usei meon this
iangs in hie upper or lower rim of fish proved that it n a, capable of Drime?" said Marvel vehemently.
the iouth and the skill ofi the fisher- 'voluntary nmotioin by, c...!tractliig it- never make an accusation till I f
V it i have positive proof," returned Mr. b t
man is ;lisplavyed by keeping hli.s line .-el and expelling te o1 after to the Barnes, '"and that I have not in this p
always tight, other-wise thle ook extent o' .its conitra. tii n, case-at least not yet. I advise you to t
would dirsp or be shaken out of the Frequently whI l l.ie.-,.s fish are keep your temper and be guarded in '
s Aon our party t ke ot what you say, for your words may be f
nishs ltup's. Among onr pard y tike t lini ti sea s liii iS t l1i1nd in used against you. i

were three of tlie inl St. skilled fi.sherl'- thliun a small fish .-iiitil:ar in appear- "ospe are insolent How dare you li
men who visit St. Adrews, and ance to ti sun perch and about a ome, r. arvel.; time presses g
while altogetlier 'we had lad over one inch long. It is .cmall these fish live Will you accompany me peaceably?'" t
hiul adred strikes frotm the tIaron,o a gi eat deal of their time inside the "Do you mean as your prisoner?" cl
each plavedl from two to thlirty-five j'1lly fish. Another unusual sighlt a et us say as a witness. But d
1 1n a f i at that word Marvel recoiled and seem- r o
lin utes, only eleven were landle,. was tlhe schools of lh ing fish, which ed alarmed. All the anger departed ni
on otur trip fronm M ",ile to St. Atn- from his voice as ho said: t b(
W o uews weore frequently f seen to rise "Have you a warrant for my arrest? in
dh we Can you force me to go?" a w
S- about tw'o feet above thlie water of the Mr. Barnes shook his head negatively, w
.o S 'S- i gull and fly omie "el)I. yards before and Marvel heaved a sigh of relief as im
l 'iS iir settlieig into ti e wallrc agait. They he muttered: "Then I will not go. I ta
1 o cannot. I cannot." w
Solntinued o1 Fith Page. MMr. Barnes was nonplused. He had w:
Continue on Fa counted on finding Marvelwilling-nay, yc
hds' "t hs "ms.-h v e anxious- to return as seen as he should th
*" tl ""' '" mi .d o know that tht r. v- s any possibility of he
S" t hi I' -inlg iinpllic.tr,.l i the crime. But se:
. ha t ws fa t. or, r tiv. that h refused
I .... ''" ^ a .a"'S : t, o blck? I, ,o11 would not compel him th
^ i 4-. -' . .-.. 1withlent :t wjrr'mt, and that he not on-
-. t : i . -r ," '


CLCl)


DlR.. \. -. M ITC I.;ElI.L. ^ ----- -- -..
rh1i.ici,.n a.l l u i-t, i. .ln -, .. li .l,.-, he stated that While the papers from Mr. B. B. Allen led the party within
Offers his p'ofessiolal service to the i,,i reported 100 and over, it nev- for, Mr. W. W. Berr caught three,
ie-iil .- -n. .l Vii < ti t *i ii'i higher than 94' at St An- Jhin IT. Clile two, and 11arry Berry,
S killing our two weeks' stay. one of the boys of the patty, caught
.Notary IPblic. fi'st im,,,,ing we were all up two. Tarpon fishing is not, without
Notary Publ)ic. bie.
Will attend oromptly to .ll lusine Je- Td ,,n1, afl,.t' breakfast and much dal.gir, and in one case at least a
rnindiig his aitentioni. Office i- }'.,. wele ready to take ti.e man was killed h bein, srk i tle
view street, one hocik iioriheast of'T -' I I ta eing stte the
SD.a,,f'ord's store j i. 6ot wh ichi was ehlartered for oiurI1. breast by : tarpo whih attempted
breas by.v tford's11storeA at>. c


is the time that tries all the care
of the mother ind all the skill of
maternal management. Baby
comfort comes from fat; fat
babies have n)thin- to do but
to sleep and arO.v.
If your baby does not seen
to prosper, if e docs not gain
in weight, yeo must get more
fat there. A 'Jw drops of


each day wv
ness; fat oL
baby and ma
Your babl
ish Scott's
in summer
season.
Fou baie by all


II prut
c ide,


on plump-
life inside,


Usher bc'th happy.
can take and rel-
Imulsion as much
as in any other

uggistss at 500. and $z.o


I, 1 I -L 1AI cure
1ti 01it the .-vi'b-ftutla sail.
mined to try to induce the CC -An to
delay starting, though with little hope
of success, remembering how surly he
had just shown himself. As he antici-
pated, the master declared that he
would not change his plans.
Seeing that nothing was to be accom-
plished in this way, Mr. Barnes sought
the cabin, hoping even yet to persuade
Marvel that his best course was to ac-
company him, since if he were guilty
lie could not hope to escape extradition,
which would be very simple, his desti-
nation being known, while if innocent
it was his duty to return and assist in
clearing up the matter, thus removing
all doubt.
He found Marvel sitting where he
had left him, staring vacantly before
him. He was so absorbed in thought
that the detective was obliged to touch
him to attract attention, and tlen, be-
fore Mr. Barnes could say a word, Mar-
vel exclaimed:
"Is it you? I am glad. Iwill go back
with you."
"You will go back with me?" Mr.
Barnes was much surprised at this sud-
den change.
"Yes. I am sorry now that I refused
at first. I see that it is the best course
to pursue. Yet I had reasons that


and meditated for some time. Present-
ly he arose, aud it Wasevidint that her
plan hand beeit formulated. She took the
pistol liom the cabiunt, % htre Mr.
Barnes shrewdly guessed hat it was.
Whatever had betn her season for re.
moving the -hell which Mr. Baruea ha'
taken it was plain that slho now conoii.-
ered her purpose unattainable. Opening
the drawer of her bureau, she took
therefrom a small mahogany box, which
she unlocked. In it were several paste-
bjoard packages of ball cartridges. One,
however, coutainued shells which had
been exploded. She next withdrew a
rarlridge fron the pistol, aud in its
stead lnsertcd an tnjpty hell, being
careful to sec that the hammer exactly
rested upon the indentation inu the rim.
Thus it is evident that if she had re-'
moved from this pistol the empty shell
which Mr. Barnes bhad pickt.d up she
must have reloaded thu weapon firlor to
his entrance. Now Phe was restoring it
l0 :t n i- "h. _u.l ,t t 4


7 'lh" pistol ion the bed, as though de-sroud
/ -- \' that it should be readily found.
tf^-- fcr-^. '" Next "he tipi.ed a drawer of the cab-
", '' ;*'1 inct. and tick out two pieces of folded
V_ I Vaper. One1 of these was a duplicate of
i that fo"ud by the detectives, bciring'.
the words, "If I "-m dead in the morn-
Slug, ly inurtlrer i' ---," except
.. 3 ;.. that, as Mr. Barnes had guessed, this
onuo boro a litame, the sehtend 6eing
coniPlet--d. Virginia scrutinized this
Sfor some moments, sighed deeply and
refolded it. The oilier wai afso a half
Ss ''Aet and bore a felw lines addressed to
herself. ,ie read this several times and
hen folded it also, placing both paper
e in her dress.
He went aboard a schooncr lying there. Approaching the door which tommu-
eemid to me at the first momentolt my nicated with the parlor, she listened at-
urprise to be to be unanswerable and which tentively for a few.moments and then
ed to my decision. I am now ready and entered that artrtment, which was
nxious to accompany you." empty, the detectives, by th tii, h
Mr. Barnes scrutinized 3Marvel close- ing gone out upon the lwfi. Peeping
y to determine whethbi this were a front the window, careful sTh her-
enuino or an assumed manner. Lie was self should be hiidrlrdu from sight by the
uzzled, curtains, she saw Mr. Barnes and Bur-
"I am glad," said he, "that you will rows near the summer house. Sho
o peaceably. You save me a great deal watched them nitil they were again
f trouble. I would have taken you approaching the house, whereupon she
ack, even .though it had been neces- retnrued to her owikuoom. Here she re
ary to got a warrant and follow you to mained till the detectives had made the'
'a in a tuQ. Then you would hav. b.oeil map of the grounurs aid agaiu, sallied
nldir nrr- t.. '-No\, sminc you ofT'-' .in forth towv luh. river. Ttis th smesli
- tant'e, y iu shall rte.,ci ever c_ .-"atditCl ,I fii tlhe window of hei
':itc'-. I ..ill t!;o you back IS a .h anmid realized from their ac-
t. ln, t .t. a w iw th, y wire studyiiig the foot-
"I ill nt powith ynu as avitnes. s tetu the house and the river.
will Etl.,,nit to anr..t, though you .She also rsaw them ge-t in the boatanl
av uo NVI r.ait. lint if I go with you 't-ross tho river.
imu-.t he a ~ your prison, r." ''OucO more aho utcnred ne parlor.
'As you please. It matters not, so .6no would think from her repeated vis-
mn- nq .'. in irttnrn. its to the place whcro lay the dead body
Mr. B.,ru, s inl Mlhi'(vI left Pc.-rts.O'that, it had somnt f s.ciuation for her. As
south n the iijt.t tr ,iu available andtI though, iunded, this wiereothe case, she
ach(d W1adlhy's Fills the ui xt lnorun- weutstraigbt t where it lay aud, bend-
g. While. ,,u th tr.ti Mt!r. Barnt ing down, gaz.d at intently. Especial-
und an opportunity to be alone in t ly did she look upqu tho disfigured face.
noking car long enough to piece t Finally abho turniier attention to the
their the fragiLmtsf th) lettterhic nd and xar erd a ring ontone fin-
hlad uicked u e thrown? aw ,kce" Wto satisfy ber. In ris-
by Marvel. LimTJ.,v


bhad procured at Porstiouth ho pasted
each pice to another sheet so thai
finally theo letter was once more legible.
[t road as follows: ."
After the even t ol l.l u, t It is test that
1u leave the c...untry. tio so wtthttt devly.
t would be madhit, to tho id .,f luarrlag, now.
farewell I VI wGl. i
After studying this for a long time
Mir. Barnes was forced to admit that
he whole affair was as great a mystery
is ever.

CHAPTER V.
THE TWO (.IRLL.
Virginia Lewis, though living in
eow England, would never be mistaken
or a native of that section. She lacked
lihe phlegmatic teniipiiam:unt.-,f the peo-
le about her, L t % ith-tanding the fact
hat she had beeu reared among them.
Ier environment had undoubtedly af-
ected her character to the extent that
utwardly she moved, spoke and acted
ke her neighbors. But th,.-re was a cer-
lin suppressed emotion, :lwiVay-4 distin-
uishable, however well controlled,
hat bespoke a birthplace in a warmer
lime. However mildly she might, ad-
ress her friends, and there were few
f gentler speech, the slightest antago-
ism betrayed by any one present would
o met with an instantaneous answer-
ig flash of her lustrous dark eyes,
which betokened danger if the subject
ere pursued. Not one, not even those
ost dear to her, had the courage to
ke liberties of conversation or of act
ith Virginia Lewis. Nevertheless, she
as the best beloved and most popular
young woman in the township. Half
o young men the country round were
r admirers, ready to become obedient
rvitors in exchange for a friendly nod.
arer still, she had no enemies among
e women folk.
She was not beautiful, yet by many
filed so. I think this was because of
he marvel of her eyes, wl-ach, alwrys
rilliaut and ever i.-Il' s."- I \iit i,, us
rough to absorb all about her, atr.,ct-
I with a fascination or 1:I:tipi ti.st:l
which none resisted. It was no wondali
at the rays of genuine intelligence-
1ed by those orbs sl.o-ld b.,e been mis.
ken for beauty, for, after "A, it is cx-
'essiveness rather than synimetry ,1j
ineanent which men most admire in ;t

When at rest, there were hard, s;t
eis about the mouth which, to the h
hysiognomist, unmistakably proclaim-
I her possession of that excessive will
)wer and dogged persistence which
quire Olney had truly mentioned as
aracteristic traits. Mr. Barnes Lad said
at he would not expect to surprise her
;ain into a betrayal of herself or hbtz
irposes, and in this he showed a Li i.n
rcption.
Sliho had been very much start i,'d by
e abrupt entrance of the two n. ti ai,.l
eir subsequent announcement tlat
ey were detectives. She riit i:'d that
r. Barnes had kept the empty car-
idge shell which had dropped from her
p, but in the moment of her surprise
a had not time'to dtiilo )poI. .tthe
s't course clnursiteut wilh wbh.itver
rpose she was bent tupc!n aiconipilih-l
i. Wbhei they left hr, ~ih.- 1nt down


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Sad foll'to her knee', striking against
She corpse, %whi.i was th-us slightly
turned over. This action brought into
'iew the other hand, which before had
Lhje under the body. She shuddered as
hnhl junipud up, unri til. n, noticing that,
thp fi.-t was doubhld up tight, her curi-
,noiity was i rou.-d, and slio determined
to inuv'stigrito further. She endeavored-
to opt u thebo fillrs, and, though they
wi-'r tightly clii lied, she uat length
sucoecdtd in releasing two. This enaLled'
In r iot culy to see that there was some-
hiniig within the dcnd man's grasp, but
also to withdraw it. This done, she evi-
dently had etnongh of the company of
tho corpse, for she iurlied to the next
room and hastily closed the door after
her.
(TO TIP CONTINUED.]

A Hilndoo Made of Rubber.
A Hindoo named BavaLuchman Dass
Is attracting the interested attention of
the London medi, al tprofecsion. Mr.
Dass is a Yogi, awd if all Yogis are like
Mr. Dass the ordinary treatise,, on an.-
atomy must be subjected to revision. He
was exhibited to the Students' Anatom-
leal soticty of St. George's hospital and
introduced by the lecturer as ',an unu-
sually complicatr-d specimen of the In-
dian Yogi-a Brahman, namely, of a?
very high caste-who goes through cer-
tain religious exercises with a view of
qualifying himself better for paradise."
These religious exercises seem to take a
physical form, and Mr. Dass, a little,
dark gentleman, sat upon the table and
proceeded to exhibit a selection from the
84 abnormal positions which he has put
in 40 solid years in learning.
He seemed to have ligaments of the
gutta percha persuasion, while his
joints evidently work oni all b(tarings.
He furricd his legs into a cravat and
tied them about his nrck. He hopp-ed
about on one hand amid strolled about
jauntily on his knees, a position which .
is said to greatly a:..-ist thou.liht', though
the thoughts of a white man in sucli a
position wonld hardly be fit for pulblifa-
tion. He folded his legs tightly itionnd
his body and stood thinughtfully on h;-
fingertips for several minutes, in whic i
posture he declared he was able to re-
main for seven days. However, as th medical students did not wish to carry
out this particular experiment to its bit-
ter end, Mr. Dass proceeded to tie him-
self up in a knot and to go to sleep on
one leg like a flaminngo. Then sitting
down suddenly he brought the soles of
his feet together,- hia knees being at such
an acute angle that t.nthing short of
complete disloca'tioit cOuld have made
the performance possible. The lecturer
endeavored to follow his movements on
an ex remely suggsti ive looking skeleton
which he had by his side and finally
came to the couelusion that Mr. D:ais
had nA' ligaments at all.-Londou
Graphic.-


he AMflissippi river flows up hill,
Its mouth is higher than its sonroe-
that is, farther from the center of the
earth, on account of the bulge of the
earth rowaid the equator/


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NorT.-It must he remembered that the
wind is not a wholly reliable motive pow-
er and if the sailori.somnetimes find it im-
posiible to make schedule time it must t be
et ar.;ed to the elements; there do the hesat
they eln.

The schooner \VWilliam Crawlu.d
anived Thlinr.,lay nnoiion romi Pensd-
cola, aBil sailed out again Saturday
niorniiig. *
The schlopner Gannot from Pensa-
cola came into the bay Sunday with
merchandise for Eaut Bay merchants.


NAPHTHA LAUNCH,
GLADYS.
CAPT. FRANK \ITHERILL.
Carries the East Bay Mail between St.
Audrewp Bay, Wetappo and intermedi-
ate points. Leaves St. Andrews daily
(except Sunday) at 6:00 a. mn.; arrive at
Welappo .at 12:30 p. m.; leave Wetb:ppo.
at 1:00 p. m.: arrive ant St. Andrewvs at


7"30 p. ni. lakes landings regularly of t
Harrison, Caroni i..,u, Parker. Pitus-
lurg and F.r-ind.h e. t`or pnLassen der id
freight i-at2,, see rate card in the se'.-
eral postoffitices.
D.%vin M. WITIIERILL, Contractor.
PACKET SCHOONER
CLEOPATRA.
ROBaT GWALTNEY, MIAS-ViTEI
Leaves St. Andrews Bay every Tuesday
leaves Pensacola every Friday
(weather permitting). Special atten-
tion will be given to receiving and
forwarding freight for narties living or
East and North Bay, passengerss for
pointson either arm of the Bay cal
depend upon securntig prompt trais'
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 Ireen
during the past Aeekl, fromn observations
taken at the Broyr office each morning
and noon:
Morn. Noon
Thursday,........ Sept 6t 76 Hr6
Friday........... .... 17 76 85
Saturday ........' 76 85
Sunday......... 19 75 86
Monday ........." 21) 77 80
Tuesday ........ 21 70 7
Wcdnesda'...... 122 59

TIRED MOTHERS find elp
*in Hood's Sarsaparilla, wlah ves
them pure blood, a good appetite nd
new and needed STRENCTH.
o iu Mysikry.
Smith-I heard a queer thing e
other day. A man said that a pig.'would
drink a large pail of milk and tha
you could put him in theo same pail ana
he wouldn't flil'tt.
Jones-1 don' doubt it. I knew a
man once that dr k up a $10,000 saw-
mill, and then w ut him in a p
box.-Brooklyn L


When the snakt-first saw Eve inthe
garden, he winkeaat Adam.
Very few women dislike the ideaof a
wedding tour so much that they won't
get married.
Some of us managed to get brrunght
up all right even if our mothers didn't
have congresses about babies.
A man never really feels tJiat he is
getting blase till be thinks of whn.u he
lived in a small town and used to go to
all the fires.
Every girl has a string to her heart,
which she lets out longer as she gets
older, until she is 80. Then she throws
the string away. -Now York Press.

From the time of Julius Lwe-iar to
that of Constantine the Great the popu-
lar uamlo for a Roman emperor was Cwe-
sar. After the reign of Constantine the
sobriquet iu the eastern empire was
Constantine.
Just try a 10c box of Cascarets, the
finest liver ad1 liowel retaulator ever made
Combinations and W*ages&
In what lines of industry are the
wages lowest and the abuses greatest?
Is it in those where modern methods
have been most extensively employed,
and where machineiy, with its attendant
concentration of power, has made the
most progress, or is it in those whose
methods are survivals from an earlier
stage of industrial order?
Wo this question there can be but one
answer. The lowest wages, the most un-
sanitary conditions, the grossest abuses
and oppressions are not to be found in
factories, but in tenement house indus-
tries. It is among the cigar makers, or
among the workers in certain branches
of the ready made clothing trade that
these matters are at their worst. Yet it
is just here that the conditions of em-
ployment are most like those which pre-
vailed in earlier industrial periods.
The sufferers under the sweating sys-
tem are not, as is so often charged, the
victims of the present industrial order.
They are the victims of a survival of
past labor conditions into an age which
has become familiar with better ones.-
Professor Arthur T. Hadley in Atlantic.

Why?
Why is it that a common poet, when
lie wishes to compose a beautiful poem
on any subject, as Venice or youth, al-
ways instinctively begins, "O Venice,"
or "O youth," when it is well known
that no line beginning in that way is
worth a cent?
It is strange, too, that when a begin-
ner at story writing wishes to make a
sad scene, he always brings in "bitter
tears" and "breaking hearts," when it
has long been kncrwn to the trade that
the reading public can read about bitter


tears and breaking hearts all day and
never miss a meal. -Detroit Free Press.
A Cure for Bilious Colic.
Resource, erewe-n Co., Gt.-I have been
subject to attaeiRs of'iilaous colic for sev-
eral years. Chamberlain's Colic, Cholern
and Diarrhnear Remedy ia lthe ,nt-y ture
velil'. It tnets like a ch.rn. Owt dl,,.,
&* it Lti ns relief whrien all other reine- div.s
fail. G D0.SnSur. For s.AlO tL I,. M
Ware & 0'... St. Anliews andI 1 ,
sad all LuL i,.ine de-ilt. r-..


i


LOCAL DRIFT.

-Wannamaker & Brown's samples
for Tailor Made Suits at L. M. Ware &
Co's. Call ad get prices.
-"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's.
-A lot of empty whisky barrels and
kegs, new and clean, suitable for wine
or any other purpose for which casks of
that character are used, for sale at T.
C. Danford's.
* -A rood big Tablet for 5 cts; a larger
onIe for 8 cts and a good thick school
tablet with 175 leaves for 10 cts; all with
handsome covers and good, ruled paper,
at the BuoY office.
-Our correspondents will please bear
in mind that their favors must be mailed
early enough to reach us not later than
Monday evening; otherwise they cannot
appear in the current issue.
-Send 16 cents in currency or post-
age stamps to H. C. McFadden, Assist-
ant General Passenger Agent, Plant
System of Railways, Savannah, Ga, for
deck of handsome playing cards.
-Prof. Lipes requests that all the
pupils who expect to attend school dur-
ing the coming term, meet him at
the school house on Friday, October 1,
for enrollment and classification. I


-On Tuesday mormlig, tfie 11th inst.,
an e'even-pound boy baby arrived at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Chas L.
Armntrong. Dr. Kester, who was in
attendance, reports mother and son as
doing nicely.
-Wagoners and fish haulers can find
plenty of fish all the time and fish roe
and oysters in their season at W. H.
Shand's store, Parker, Fla.; also pleas-
ure boats for those wishing to make ex-
cursions to the Gulf or elsewhere.
-Parents and guardians interested in
securing the most practical Business
Education for their children at the least
'expense, should correspond with the
DeFuniak Business College, DeFuniak
$Srings, Fla. Catalogue free.
L---The St. Andrews Bay Horticultural
aidd Improvement Association is prepar-
e"o clear, improve and plant into fruit
an6' tract of land which may be given
tf em. It will pay all persons to buy a
t act from them and have it improved.
-Handsome letter heads with St.
.ndrews 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.
-An interesting communication,tak-
ing the "Climatic Advantages of St.
Andrews Bay" as its text, is unavoida-
bly crowded over to next week, because
of the lengthy report of County Super-
intendent Lockey, which it was import-
ant should appear in this issue.
-Marriage licenees properlyy filled
out and dulyfsigned by Judge Melvin
can henceforth be had at the BUOY of-
fice by anyone legally qualified to mar-
ry, thusobviating the necessity of wait-
ing until they could be had from Ve'--


--The fact that State Health Offlicer
Porter has been established at Pensa-
,cala during the past week, makes it
reasonable certain that. if the.r had
'been the least suspicion of yellow fever
at that point he would have advised
the quarantine officer here thereof, by
wire.
-Qurrantine Officer Doxtader re-
quests that all local boats and home
fishermen going from or coming.into
the Bay, make use of the North Pass,
by quarantine station, and by so doing
assist, him in preventing the invasion of
any suspicious craft or disease-infected
refugees.
-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
-Marianna Times-Courier: Our local
reporter has returned from a summer's
outing at St. Andrews. He reports
fish, oysters and bathing "tip top,"--
unexcelled. As for the young folks,
they made him feel so free and easy,
doing all in their power to add to the
pleasure of the visitors, he is sure of
returning next summer, and advises all
his friends to go, also.


The Young Peoples Baptist Union
meets at the Baptist church every
Sunday at 3 .. m. All 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.
- "My vbo came home from school one
day with his hand badly lacerated and
bleeding, and suffering great pain." says
Mr. E. J. Schall, with Meyer Bros. Drug
Co., St. Louis, Mlo. "I dressed the wound
and applied Chamberlain's Pain Balm
freely. All pain ceased, and in a remark-
ably short time it healed without leaving
a scar. For wounds, sprains, swellings
and rheumatism I know of no medicine
or prescription equal to it. I consider it
a household necesstty." The 2V and 50
cent sizes f r sale by L. M. Ware & Co..
St. Andrews and Bayhead, and all medi-
cine dealers.

-Send 16 cents in currency or post-
age stamps to H. C. McFadden, Assist-
ant General Passenger Agent, Plant
System ofR tilways, Savannah, Ga., for
deck of handsome slaying cards.

CREAT SALES prove the great
merit of Hood's Sarsaparilla.
Hood's Sarsaparilla sells because it
accomplishes CR EAT C U R E S.

Opinions Difler.
Critic-That performance of yours
last night was rare.
Manager-I can't agree with you. I
think it was well done.-Detroit Free
Press.


In Feeble Health

Unable to do' HerWork- Nervous
and Tired--All These Troubles
Cured by Hood's Sarsaparilla.
"For the past four years I have been in
feeble health, anc for two years past,
owing to change of climate, I have not
been able to do my work. I was nervous
and had a tired feeling and was under the
treatment of physicians, but I continually
grew worse. My husband insisted on my
trying Hood's Sarsaparilla and I finally
consented, and began taking it the first of
June, 1896. The first bottle did me so
much good that I continued with it, and
after taking four bottles and one bottle of
Hood's Pills I am able to do my work,
and the tired, nervous feeling is entirely
cured." Mas. G. N. HOSEA, Suwanee, Ga.





Sarsaparilla Is the One
True Blood
Purifier. Sold by all druggists. $1; six for $5.
-Iods i llr; cure all Liver Ills and
Hood's PillS Sick Headache. 25.

PARKER.
Special to the Buoyr.
The writer recently visited Mi.ss
Pa.'jae's alSChi.lca2iqi I rIuaieil it in ani jof


tfiu t i-'.lhnig condlitioiat. Fiaiin the tllt%
e.-t .) tlie yeuingl. t, all \\eie as busy-
as bees in a beehive.
Mr. Shippey and family of \\ewa-
hitchka aie spending a few days on
Donalson Point.
The Gannet came in last Sunday
from Pensacola, having on hoard
freight for W. H. Paiker and others.
Last week Chas. Parker took his
crew to the St. Joseph fishing ground.
A few days ago, Peter Parker's
crew caught- an angel fish-- in
the bay-
And now the young men all declare,
They ne'er will wedded be;
Unless some maiden sweet and fair,
Consents with them to flee.

And all the maidens do agree,
Until some gallant knight,
Shall bear them on the bright blue sea,
Their vows they ne'er will plight.
"All the wuorli loves a lover."

CROMANTON.
Special to the Buoy.
Miss ,Jane Holmes of Watsor Bay-
was here last week on her way to lo-
cate a school for this fall.
Miss Zadie Bennett and Miss Cal-
houn of St. Andrews were upon outr
streets last week. H. W. Gwaltney
acconilpainiNlI them. It al-peals that
wherever g.Xoi looking young ladies
are, "Wet'dtise to be.
,1. N. F, bei is getting bettei'r rtl
hii, 'ienids ,wil o iad to ki.oL tit:
li 11e % il o i.. ..ain..


P. 1D. Railhback iain-le a trip to Sbt.
A indrowsh one day l.Ot week.
Mrs. I.. bl. are ot St. Andrlies
visited her iOt Ter, MIs. Day. on Sat- I
nir'i;ay. !ast.
Tlie 'ialor lIi.lde" ine.is is the
oanly thing that is b-.aiiniig iniv.
Cr.n>an at M:a>nger bnglt thirty
li-les lromin oiae 1irtyi' on S.itilOa',iy.

Casc.arets -iiutiulaie itiu liver, kidinevs and
li'-tels Never iicetin, weaken or gripe.
.i)1 '-'en a t


tS. Anc
The foil
which exp
the Buoy
17th inst.:
PENSAC
W. A.I
Fla.-Yot
a discreet|
officer at
proclamai
laal al
daily pire,'

State -
In punrlm
Doxtaivt"'
enttele I
duty oni
inst. Ti3
other ie'1 ni
i t y o f q ti i t
tabli' ed 1
sula, no1t
Wiley a(t
Pass al'jtUi
maintain I
permit not
who ar' nntil


pioolat t
bliall be
State B,i


Mr. al
turned y
-cral v e
and iela
ity anil


Bay Protected.
telegraphic dispatch,
tselt, was received at Thro
n) the evening of the

FLA., Sept.,17, '97. ,
us, St. Andrews Bay,
authorized to appoint
r man as quarantine
er day to enforce ny'
as published in the


H Y, PORTER, M. D.
Ih Off Florida.
c of the above, H. E.
,ituly appointed and
the discharge of his
iuornir.g ,(f the 18th
with him a tent and
needed in the capac-
e officer, he has es-
If oit tae \West Penin-
roin the residence ot
in full view of the
s to the Bay, and will
rict surveillance, and
or refugees to outer
srsse',l tnl the necc-sa-

u, nl.til nuchl time as lie
'evesd by the otfieer of tite
of Health in otailority.

Personal.
irs. F. H. Sheppard re-
irdsy from a visit of sev-
duration anionag iiends
s at Pensaclda and vicin-
\\ hIore.


Ma ria a Timies-Courier: Mrs. W.
B. Sitand r with her two bright lit-
t'e ilau- ir-, Rebe and Bessie came
up Salitt3iy night from St. Andrews,
leaving ai ly Sunday morning for
her l-.ae in Blakely, Ga..... Miss
Ma.-gie i ny on, one of Marianna's
most at tictive yiUnag ladies, return-
ed fr int a vi.-it to her a int, Mrs. Jno.
Miltin, a., at St. Aindiews, at which
place twa'l s very pi.,iular .... Jolhn
Millt,:i iaid family letliirnied yesterday
from St. Anidltvs, where they have
been s ;ealiniig the t iuner.
-----***
St. Andrews Bay Receiving At-
tention.
A \Vashinlgtin dispatch to tha'
Times Uniianx aind Citizen says: Be-
tore J'ongrcsiminin Sparknaun returns
to Tampa he will look after thie in -
pri-venients of St. Andrews Bay,- ald
alter shad tor the streams of his dis-
taict and for thi govet minent exhibit
;it ihe Ti_ ttalpa Fish Expositionl ext
winlt r. ii


"I hear,'hai]1 tho snako vindic
ly, "that y are growing feeble.
well, nge c'o ei to us all"'
"I." said cAdam easily. "Oh, de
nol It's (ulnt night that I have
walk with a.IJai."
It was evi -4ut that the prog nitor of
the race was not ignorant, c-f tho care
of raising a umily.-New york Press.

Send 16 I s in cnrreney or postage"
star,'ps to C. McPadde-n, Assiktant
General Pan,_nger A'.. tem of Rail.mayv. Savannah. Ga., fori
deck of handsanme playing cards.


Time T t.t in aitect bept. 5th, 81i
o 58 No.36 Nc
8:00 p.m. 7:55 a.m Lv Montgomery A&r :45
9:43 p.m. 9:44 a.m Troy 1 $:04
10:56p.m. 11:07 a.m. Ar Ozark L 4'47
11:32 p.m. 11:42 p.m Pinckard 4:15
1:48 a.m. 2:18 p.m Bainbridge 1:48
3:00 a m. 3:55 u.m Thomasville 12:45
3:44 a.m. 4:44 p.m. t Quitman t :49
4:12 a.m. 5:15 p.m. Valdosta 3 1:19
4:55 a.m. 6:03 p.m. Dupont ) :31
5" .m. 7:0 p.m. Ar Waycross (a
ll.m. 1:l5.m. Ar JAck
Train No 82 leaves Montgomery, 4:00 p.m.; Troy, 6: p;
fI.ain No 83 arrives Montgomery, 10:45 a.m.; Troy, 8: .;
6:00 a.m. 9:30 p.m. Lv Waycross r
9:50 .in. 12:30 a.m.Ar Savannah '41
4:50 p.m. 5:10 a.m. Charleston Lv t
3:00 a.m. 8:10 p.m. Lv Waycross 4 5 7 3
7:50 a.m. 10:30 p.m. Ar Brunswick Lv 5.


4:20 a. in. Lv Jacksonville


ArP- 61


10:30 a.mn. Ar St.. Augustine "
10:55 a.m. Palatka 5 p.
1:20 p.m. Sanford "' 2 P.
2:52 p.m. Winter Park i:f P.-
3:05 p.m. Orlando : p.r
3:43 p.m. Kissi.nmee "1: a.D
5:20 p.m. Lakeland Lv 9. a.i


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9:01 a.m.
10:50 a.m.
11:55 a.m.
1:50 p.m.
u3:32 p.m.
6:50 p.m.
6:50 p.m.
7:30 p.m.
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Live Oak
High Springs
Gainesville
Ocala
Leesburg
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Trains Nos. 57 and 58 carry Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars
and -t. Louis, also through day coach beween Jacksonville anr,
reclining chair cars I)etween Jacksonville and Montgomervy.
Pullman Palace Sleeping Carshetween Jacksonville and Nash
S3 daily except Sunday: all others daily. 'or a.nv other inforin
agent of the Pl ntt system or W. V. LIFSEY, Div. Pass Agt.
C. H. McFADDEN. As.t. G. P. A. B. W WREN N. Pass. Trail
P. S.-Send 16 cents for a beautiful deck of Playing I
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i a.m. 9:'20 D in.
4 a.m. 7:35 p.m.
a.m. 6:2- p.m.
a.m. 5:50 p.m.
a.m. 3:43 p.m.
i am. 2:35 p.mis.
a.m. 1:35 p.m.
p.ii. 1:04 p.m.
p.m. 12:16 p.m.
.!ni. 11 5 1
p. 8:21 a.m.
Pinckard,10:20a.m.
Pinckard, 5:00am
) p.m. 11:00 a.m.
0 p.m. 8:44 a.nm.
0 a.m. 6.30 a.m.
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9:15 p.m.
8:00 p.m.
7:50 p.m.
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3:20 p.m.
between Jaaksonville
Ins hville: also free
os. 33 and 36 array
llo. Nos. 82 and
'or. apply to any
SMofntgomery. Ala.,
Mar.
aid.'. Something


Oft WIDELY known Wisconsin publisher,
who resides at Green Bay, writes
March 6th, 1895, as follows:
"Five years ago I became so nervous that
mental work was a burden. I could not rest
at night on account of sleeplessness. My
attention was called to Dr. Miles' Restora-
tive Nervine, and I commenced to use It
with the very best effect. Since then I
have kept a bottle in my house and use it
whenever my nerves become unstrung, with
always the same good results. My son also
r. Mils' takesitfor nervousness
S with liire never. filing

mended to many and
Restores itcures'them. All who
ats uffer from nerve
*i'l *. ttroubles should try it.
It is free from narcotics, perfectly harm-
less, and yet soothes and strengthens. Dr.
Miles, through his Nervine is a benefactor
to thousands." A. C. LEHMAN.
Editor and proprietor of DER LANDSMAN.
Dr. Miles' Nervine is sold on guarantee
first bottle will benefit or money refunded.
Dr Miles' Pain Pills, "One cent a dose."
A Parisian Discovery.
All Paris just now, according to The
Journal, is flocking to 28 Rue Ravi-
guau, Montmartre, where, a few days
ago, a most remarkable discovery was
made. In this neighborhood are the
ruins of the ancient monastery of the
Benedictines and other old buildings
used by the brothers, most of which are
also giving way to the ravages of time.
At 28 Rue Ravignan Mine. Berthelot
keeps a grocery store. She sleeps in a
small chamber in the rear, that at one
time was probably used as an oratory.
Mine. Berthelot, noticing that tho tiles
on the floor of the chembcr gave forth e
hollow sound as she stepped upon them.
and thinking that a cellar there would
be very convenient for her business, sent
for a mason and had tie tiles removed.
A flight of stoane strf-p was revtnle'd.
h.t1i!::l into a labyrinth of passages.
The authorities have now taken poeses-
sion of the place, and i svy teimatio in-
vestigation is being conducted. Many
relic l.v i ['.L i i . ..Ill it . '.'
ed i ,t i. I, I i _' .t i :1 tI .-
hl1 1u .i .' l 1 ,i y I ..r 't ,t
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Parties en route for St. AndlP Bay r other points
can arrange for conveyance at rdIoiable rates by ad-

dressing, A. J. GAY, Chipley, Florida.


R. F. BRACKIIN.


I CASIT STO1E=E I


\V. L. BRACKIN.


R, F. BRACKIN & SON,
DEALI.RlP IN


,,9 ,PAINTS and OILS, ':0
S QUEENSWARE and HARDWARE,


A Remarkable Clubbing Offer

TO OUU UBSC('IBERS.
Bv s special iri ge ii ment wit aw J -[llli li r.s \s \\l% l accept siLbsceription9
fur tlne 0 ,4,'e1.
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Leslie's Illustrated Weekly
fi ,ne year I.a1 $3.00.
\\ hen.'lii O cii, i ler ilI.,an die ric .f Leslie's Weekly
nl,,n,, it 4.00 \e.,ii. you caniii e dily e.- e- i lt it i ploCi lilI
,,ti'rl' "t~ ','a a ', ini: kii'g.
Le ie's Weekly i- 'lie ,,.l-lei. ani bo'-. es-iablisbhei
i ,, i gil :tr iilluti.-taleti New Y V .ik Ij. i nai 's. It is the
it t)."tIpular hil lihe ni,, t et'litrlai.inr1i ; its. ill u t.tatliilns
tie al. nl i-lh'- ,\ ---.-


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ar~ a- ll niedichicedc-al ns.


Notice in divorce .
ORDER FOR PUBLICATION.
First Judicial Circuit of Flor'da --Circuit
Court of W tll,. on County.
Minerva S. Mlixon. Complainant, vs. J. F.
Mlixon Defendaniit.
It being made to appear from the alle-
gations of said bill. of complaint and the
same being sworn to, that the defendant
J. F. Mixon is not a resident of the sfaie
of Florida, bhut is a resident of the state of
Georgia andd that he is over the aze of 21
years of ago: It is the before ordered that,
the defendant J. F. Mixon appear plead,nn-
swer or demu r to tlhe said bill of conipl tint
oti or b)y the 5th day.ofOctolier, A. D. 1897,
the same being ihe first Monday of Octo-
her and a rule dity of this court or said
bill will be taken ais confessed.
This order to ie published once a week
in any weekly newspaper p'lhlished in
said county for tlie period of four weeks
prior to tile 5th day of October, A. D.
1897, the same heitg the first Monday in
October, A. 1). 1!)7.
Done and ordered this 14th day of
Angust, A. >. 1897. W. B. LASITTEtR,
Clerk of Courts, ashiington Co., Fla.
W. 0. Bu]L3LU, "*oiicitor for Complt.


t Anreiws Poiltr Yarfs ,
G. W. SURBER, SR., Prop.,
ST. ANDREWS BAY, FLA.
--Breeder of Plre-


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S2 I:E -. 'L P 1 )
Eggs for Setting, $1 for Fifteen
Notice.
J. D. Howell will not be responsible for
any contract made in the name of J. D
Howell & Co. (Sgined,)
Dated, Aug. 19, 1897. J. D. HOWELL.

FOR SALE.

Another Bargain in Real Estate.
TheKilberg place, 2 miles northeast
of Parker, consisting of 80 acres fine
timbered land, being the west half of
the southwest quarter of section 6, tp
4s, range 13w; 4 acres fenced with
picket fence and in cultlva'ion, with
several fruit trees, grape vines, etc.,
and a habitable shai ty. P, ice $300.
y at tly on time if dtsir d. For particu-
1.,r- rdihreas the unti, .


" * C 3 3 *" +* *--"*-*-* -
THE POMONA NURSERIES .
S.r4NEW CATA- Io o
LOGUE FOR 1898 *
S WILL BE READY TO MAIL IN OCTOBER. ?
9-
* One party writes as follows of our 1q97 cata-
1-- ,icige t' ill you pl-a~e eud meaconiyofyottr
'V alt.aLle Nt,,s-rTy Ca,alopue. I ha-i a copy, but
br.ve or,,nd ,t find SO mauy intrestiug
- ttllinigs in at t ltla 1 do nut wi.h to be without a
i Our new i'S8 Catalogue will contain allr the
good tealures olt e 1897 catalogue besides many
* 1new ones. Fully Illalstrated wi h many new
I hotograpinc View's. We offi- a full line of
Ft iit and Orn'inental Trets and Shrnbsadlapted
Sto .,utbern planting. Catalogue Free. Address

* Newestand MostProfltab'e THE GRIFFING IROS. CO., *
Peach for Southern Planting. POIMONA NURSERIES, MACCIE NWY, FLA. *
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Captain, JAS. E.CLARK.


Mobile to Carrabelle, via Pens cola, St. Andrews

Bay, Cromanton and Apalachicola.


255 Ton burden. Passenger Capaity

F.A.3SS E1\- Q -GrE!h D -IR-A.,

Mobile to .St. Cndrewsnatn. 5 00 St Andrews Bay to Apalac.4 &la.. 2 50'
Ap:dlachicola.......... 7 00 Carrabelle..... 3 00
Carra;elle ............ 8 00 Apalachicola to Carrabelle....... 71

EAST BO'.TND. WEST BOUND.
LEAVE. ARRIVE.
5th, 151h and 25th at 7 p.m.. ..........Mobile...........12th, 22d and 2d a.m.
h, t St Andrews Bay and?
7th, 17th and 27th p n .. ... C"omanton .... .. .11th, 21st and 1st a.m.
8th, 18th and 28th a.m..........Apalachieolai........11th, 21st and 1st p. m,
ARRIVE. LEAVE.
th, 19th and 29th a m ........Carrabelle.;...... Oth, 20th and 30th noon

Connects at \Apalachioila with steamers up Chattahoochee River. At
C('arrabelle with T. & G. Railroad for Tallahassee. -
F'or further infoi m:ttion, freight rates and special rEaes for large parties
dl r-s, ('AAPT. .S. t C, Mo ) Alabama.

La.ti.uy 5...j .u. tehlehenter'R .En Diamond Brand.
Cascar ts t.an I' I .. I. i ,ni* n.- w n- NO I
der-l.i ni. e s.. ( rs til'e ae. p .us-
A ..-d r -;Il: 1. l -.-:, ; o I (itly .- > VOil 9.na0 nl Genu
L f o ld s 'T to ,,', ,
alls I ,u s i'l >,i t.lit.,' I ls s d iov els, a l as f r ulIt cc a l
j 'S llrnl ID f or C ?B'h Etr nA
if.ice. f, ,, bl. Taked .
Clli,, ,e, ," ,. '. i. ,I, l .] ,.,.'ih n'.io C^ ,% .oi h ier.l nil qt ll.r..:.I.N Tt.te h
al-, I -;. r .,- I mt lll a rl a ox % O rt i I l,,t. 'nra.. .ormend4.
i f I I I ai [ii 'i i h 1 i..'nd I I h Jf tl I for 1 i arliculis tLb.-,linD llih and
of i -. "I < 1. W-. ellerd or' L adk.*."'M i,. t repwan
ghiar- r iiM l .i ll ~"1 _-/ 1Mon. i o iii 11 N.i ., .:t e i aper.
Noteq ua.
t.Notice v r ,t. t. bai. Ll i'hlltt.dd.. Pe.
Is heri)y vgivell to all part -r..
,.a,,tus nns l^, ,,. ,, ,, ,t, 1--rhCe Old ReliabIe

ceased, to psret-i lt lin ehrl
signed t admitittstra-totr -c Jstabirtied i years. Treatsialoor rfemale,
monit s from the date hirnt'. or 7 t I ennarrid or single. In cases of exposure
will libe arred 1>v the slalute ;tf linait- abuseexcesses or Improprleties. 8K.LL
tion. W. L. ST ,r.t,', A ilii. GUARANTEED. Board arid apartment#
i.I 1 urnisbed whe,1 desired. 4uesou on Bla,
Api1ril ll4 ,. a .;"'zr.1'ree. C&a ozr i-ity.


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I 1897
ThursdIny, Sept, 23, 187 Jan 2
Feb 6


PRICE R NT.M
Lorrected by lVare C'o.


GROC S.
Graaulated .... He No ....... 7
Coffee,A . ..uiunpowd.er. 0
Lt brown. ..., .Uti.,Il'd Jap.. 50
coffee, Cnil milk. can
Green.... 12rt210 Un. eetn', 12%-
Arbubkle, 6 Ib$1 Sweet-nedi... 81Z
jii) i snaps 3t25 Baking po%%der
3r rA. 'rs, soda., 7 koyal......... 50
r .- plug 25a50 Campbell ......10
.aisiiin. Canned fruit
London layers. .12'0 Peachesd.... 15a20
Valencia.... .. 8 T tomatoes .... 7a10
ic ........ 6 Apples ........ 10
k'ppkls Pears ......... 15
Evaporaled...83 M Plunlis......... 25
"Dried Peaches 8 Apricot ........ 25
,oal Oil prgal.. ..15 Strawberries... 20
gasoline .... 20 Pineapple ..... 20
lorida Syrup... 40 Canned Meats
honey .........1.00 RoastBeef... 12!
etv-fifth District- 1,.. ,rk E,_ ... .


Lard .... .... 6 Salmon .... .. 15
Beans........... 4 Canned Vegetables
Oocoanut pkg... 10 Baked Beans... 15
FiuitPnddine... 10 Corn......... 121
Jelly, glass.. 15a25 Peas.......... 15
L e .Juice...... 50 Pumpkin...... 15
ggrv. w 4 *15
tTlQ SIONS.
Flour Pork1 - -
9 0 N g... 2,85 D. S. pr lb...... .
Majestic.'.. 3.00 Bacon Sides.....7
3orn Mealprbu 60 Fresh ....... 8al0
fat Meal pr lb... 5 Br'kf'st Bacon 11
.,orn perbu........58 Ham canvassed 13
Potatoes Shoulders..... 10
Irish....... 1 20 Beef
Early R'se seed 1.20 Corned......... 8
Sweet ....60@75 Fresh ........ 8al0
salt, pr sack... 85 Dried.......... 25
Table ........ 5 Nlilk pr qt...... 10
-HiARDWARE.
Nails, Der 1b3aa4i Ax, with handle. 80
Galv wire do.6a6i Hoes, each.... 3.">,5,5
Manilla rope...9al2Copper paint, can 45
Stoves cook,. .$8a25 Linseed oil, gal55@60
Pipe, per joint 15
DRY GOODS,
Prints, per yd. 5a8 Chel k ....... .5a6
9heetinIgs .... 5a9 Flannel ....... 15a40
tuslin ....... 9all Thread per spool, 5'
leans. ...... 15a45 Shoes, ladies.$1a275
Extra pants pat 225 Men's... $141,300 .O -
MISCELLANEOUS. -
Hay pr cwt..75al.1" Oats pr l)u.... .40,
rau ....... 95al.05 Brick pr M.. .. ,l 3.0
Rope Sisal ..... 7@9 Lime pr bbl.... V- i '
FRUIT and NUTS. -
Oraiinges pr doz.. Pecans pr Ih..... 15
Apples........ 12 Wa!n s.. ...... 0
Lemons......... 30 Almonds........ 15 *
OYSTERS
In shell pri,000 1.50 Opened pr qt .. 15c
LIVE STOCK.
Horse,... $80al00 Cows..... $15,J-!5
Mhtuh s... $1. 4Ovl.1.5 H..g.. ....... 1.-3 ,,.lf .
O xel .. p, \tk $4f S heep ... ....... #'*-
I' U I. 'TIt l 'l Y
C ,ckc seii h 1e.a2,l l,. i -.~ e 5.1511
l'iark ev ... t,al .IIi l u..k ....... lI,-'.i I
L;. ME.
Vi pni0 n 11, ;.A0 Tiirkel s......1. -;


Sa l t /
M illet pr doz, 25e Mullet pr 1I4II 5.001
Trout ... . Truut. 4.5 .
Pompano pr lb.. 6 P -'n.p.it ..
Sturgeon ...... 10 MaI keril .... Rt.(iti
L, UM BER.
Flooring, Ceiling.
Seat, in. ..$16.00 Heart, m.n .. $14 00
Face ... 14.00 Face ... 12.00
Sop ... 10,00 Sap o. tolil
Drop siding, Clapboards,
Heart fiace Pam 15.00 t.xG6 iin. V m'. .. 1
S4o 10.00 Finishing luel-
Bu'ifumber. 8@l2 ber, d. $1"-..i 135 1
Eleaii shigles, 5' .11 Lath, 1 1 . i' i
Sap 1.5ii Bo:t lII iler, I
dressed ... $21

SrATE OF ORIO, CITY OF 'OLEDO
LTi,'As COUNTY. s
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he
is tLe senior partner of the firm of F. J.
Cheney & Co., doing hu-iiiess in the City
(of Toledo. county and .Ilate a :l're-aid. and
that siid firm will pay the sum of ONE
iiUNDI EDDOLLAR`; for each and every
case ot'Catarrh that edinot bie cured by
the use of Hall's Catari h Cute.
FnoNx J CHENEY.
Sworn to before me anil suti-cril. my presence, this 6th d.ay of December,
A D., 1866. A. W. GIEASON,
[SEAL.] Nolary I'ullie.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally
and acts directly on the blood and mu-
cous surfaces of the system. Send for
testimonials, free.
J. J. CHENEY & Co., Toledo, 0.
Sold by Druggists, 75.'c.
Hall's Family Pills are the best.

Kindly Advice.
Parmer Hayseed (to. greatest living
skeleton at dime museum)-Hellol
Who be-you? You ain't vc.rking here,
air you?
dignity.-I-_

"Waal, do tell! Say, my friend, you
ain't looking well, and ef I was you, I'd
change my boardin place."

Count Strosky-I notice ze difference
in your women. Some of them seem to
float along when they walk.
Van Dyne-Those are the ones that
are in the swim.-Town Topics.
An American Girl.
He-What do you call a real typical
American girl?
She-One who prefers an heir in the
castle to a castle in the air.--,New York
funndav Journal. i


Tetter, Salt-Rheurn' Ec.ema.
The intense itching antd arting inci-
dent to these diseases is' st utly allayt i
by applying Chaminain's Ey3 &nd
Skin Ointment. fly very Lad cl -ses
have been permanent ured by it It
is equally efficientor itching piles and
a favorite remedy for sore nipples;
chapped hands, chilblain-i, frct bites
and chronic sore eyes. 25 cts. per box.,
D...--.-'-Dr. Cady's Condition Powdera, are
just what a horse needs whtn in barl
condition. Tonic, blood p>urifier and;
vermifuge. They are not food but
medicine and the best in use to put a
horse in prime condition Price 25
cents per package
For sale by L. M. Ware & Co., St. An-


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31
31
Jun 12
12


REPORT
e Board of Public Iniituction forth Year Endiui
J tine 30,1897.
RECEIPTS.
By amt. C. B. Collins, Treas. report................. $ 19 52
Vv (:. Lecka y, ', .. ............ 7 00
W. D Bloxham,.......................... 601 20
13. Collins ............................... 48 72
A. Q. Jones, general fund................. 33o 82
A Q Jones, general fund................... 535 00
W. D. Bloxham, one mill ................. 901 80
C. B. Collins, redemption of lands .......... 53 73
S A Q Jones, polls .......................... 220 00
S assessment.................... 673 10


W. C Lockey..... .. ....................
A Q Jones, assessment.................
polls ..........................
C B Collins, redemption..................
A Q Jones, five mill assessment...........
i" polls.................. .........
W H Reynolds, one mill state..............
W C Lockey, fees ..........................
DISBURSEMENT'.TS


War'nt.
tte. No. To Whom Paid. For What Issued.
C L Swaine...... principal Chipley, term....
J M Ripley...... assistant ....
Miss Laura Sapp i" ....
Miss L E Day... prin St Andrews ....
Miss Grace Day.. asst ....
Mrs K Carkuff.. t'ch'r So Bonifay ....
L L Pratt....... Vernon "
Miss Laura Sapp Econfina ....
J M Ripley....... Pt Washington ....
D G Brock....... Panama ....
J D Parish....... Pleasant Grove .
5Mi. -sLouie Tiller Alpine ....
L E Mountein.... -S -r- "
-<(.rock Bowen ....
A W Weeks....' Bonnet Pond ....
C C Brock... .. Wausau ...
S A Gainer....... SulphurSprings ....
Warren Carkuff. Poplar Head ....
MissFRPayne.. Parker ...
C S Mountein.... Ne.v Honor 2 mos .....
Kittie Holmes... " 2 mos......
B F Gainer....... New Orange term,...
Ed L Schell..... Nixon ....
Miss Laura Sapp Grassy Point ....
F M Russ.. .... Long Bay ....
Lillie Miller.... Oak Grove ....
S.--. JessieSimmons.. Piney Hill ....
T'Oil'tolley.... Bunker ....
W F Horre.. White Oak ....
Chas Hicks...... Davis "
A W Weeks.... New'armony 1 mo....
R F Scarlett.... " mos....,
Mrs K Carkuff.. C.ryyille ....
Geo A Spence.. Porter Pond ....
W F Horne..... Bradford ....
H LBowen...... Oak Hill ....
MissF R Payne Watson Bayou ....
0 BRoche....... Ellis 2 mos ...
H Bush........ ....
MissXHutchison West B term....
S D Bostick.... Perch PAd ....
FM Russ....... Liberty 2mos.....
Annie Carter.. ....
R I Roche....... Deadening term....
Miss E I Gainer Blue Pond ...
T J Key........ Base Line ....
Annie Carter.. Otter Creek 2 mos ....
- TJKey........ ...
TJKey........ Cow Ford ....
..., OB Roche.... "
stliher Miller. Green Head term ...
S" Brock "
C E Robinson. Ebenezer ....
NC Has.elborg Laird Bayou ...
M GPost...... Bayhead ....
T HHarmon.. Cypress ....
EdnaTervin... Reddick ....
L L Charles... South Side ....
L L Charles... Hinson ....
Mary Sullivan. Holmes Creek..........
SJ A Buie...... ** ** . ......
"- Dora broiiks... Fairfitldl term....
A. I Mil0 .... .. R,. ,,k Hill ....
C Hawk.... County Line ....
FFC Hawk..... Bethel "
Mr G liruouk.. Harrell ."
'1%iw L -hell. *' BonnetLt 2


S H Bush....... "
. ^ lIrs D Jones..
UJ ('ottOl ..
a. i'l ts Cobb "
A -i Solhia in
S P. J G(31d.in... "
T J Roulhac.. "
T J Roulhac..
P J Godwin.. "
A Attaway... "
3 Jenkins.... "
S; J Jenkins.... "


1896-
July 6
6
6
6
6
6
Au 1
1
1
1
1
Sept 5
5
5
5
Oct 3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
Nov 7
7
7
7
7.,
Dec 5
5
5
5
5
1897.
Jaa 2
2
2
2
2
6
6
6
6
Mch 6
6
6
6
April 3
3
3
>'ay 1
1
1
12
June 12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12


Si


60 00
3381 60
150 00
11 10
1025 00
100 00
1202 40
31 00


Am't
$ 200 00
120 00
120 00
200 00
40 00
160 00
160 00
120 00
160 00
120V.0c


160 00
160 00
120 00
120 00
100 00
120 00
50 00
50 00
120 00
120 00
100 00
120 90
100 00
120 00
120 00
120 00
100 00
30 00
90 00
l1o0 u
20 00
120 00
100 00
80 00
50 00
"50 00
100 00
100 00
40 00
40 00
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Baxter term.
Mat-tox Springs ....
China Grove 2 mos....
St. Marys term....
Sylvania
services Sylyania .......
St Luke term....
Sand Hill
Chipley ....
New Era ....
Brink Hill ....
Oak Hill
Friendship ....


James L Mill,'r, member of boari............
GB Bush, ............
SG(; Nixon, ............
W C Lockey, salary as supt..................
TE" copying censu ..................
IE MuIntein ...............................
G B Bush chm of board. ......................
James L Miller member of board.............
DG Nixon member of board..................
W C Lockey supt and see....... ............
stamps for office.................
G B Bush chm of board............... ......
James L Miller memlb,:r of board.............
D G Nixon member of board.................
W C Loukey supt............................
Jas L Miller member of boa d................
D G Nixon member of board..................
G B Bush chm of board.......................
W C Lockey supt and sec.....................
stamps for office.................
Miss X Hutch insion grading committee......
L LPratt ........
J M Ripley ........
G B Bush chm of board... ... ... ..........
Jas L Miller member of board................
D G Nixon ................
W' C Lockey stamps.........................
supt and sec...................
S. ... .............
G B Bush chm of board .....................
Jas L Miller member of board.............
D G Nixon member of boa' d..................
W C Lockey supt....................... ....
G B Bnsh chm of board.....................
Jas L Miller member of board................
D G Nixon member of board..................
W C Lockey stamps for office.................
salary as supt..............
-G B Bush chm of boar4-................ I ,.. --
W F Russ member of board................
D G Nixon member of board.................
W C Lockey salary as supt....................
expenses to Lake City...........
G B Bush chm of board.....................
W F Russ member of board................
D G Nixon .................L
W C Lockey supt .............................
G B Bush chm of board................. ....
W F Russ member of board...................
W C Lockey supt............................
G B Bush chm of board.......................
W F Russ member of board..................
D G Nixon member of board..................
W C Lockey salary as supt...................
"' C" office expenses...... .............
G B Bush chm of board....... ..............
W F Russ member of board..................
D G Nixon ..................
W C LoL.key supt and sec.......... .........
J M Ripley grading committee...... .........
W T Horn ** ................
J BLockey ................
Strickland & Wesley material................
E Stanton repairs and blackboard............
W W May lumber............................
J N Armstrong seats................. ....
E N Dekle sasht...............................
J H White flue..............................
JXmes Yates seats a. .. f,. ................
4" building mat -,ial..............
Gilbert.................................
E Langston desk ..........................
t~ i J Deen iblackboard...... ..................
H J Basn.ett de'sks....... ....................
T J Mobley nails........... .............. I
11 S Harmon lumber..................... ..
J M Criglar '" .........................
T W Jordan des-ks......... .... .......: ...
White & Williams nails......................
Too T T. 1... .. -......


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By total rceIll


B ush 'i .. ... ...... .... .... ....
.ims[t'ih,r seats.................. ..
Yates material ......................
[bley lill rendered ....................
Ilbn 1; repairs ........................
-khI- bill rend $44.65 stoves & sash $33.1]
S -r n desks ................ .........
'.,ok t-exe'iitIl two deeds .......... ..
.-t-S[LiT. I' rt.o-,'Ar-ihij deeds... ..........
kle sz.,ves ,% -a-.h $18.25 paint etc $14.25
ate., 25 d,-sks .........................
'od hrik.- and lime .............% ......
1-h bi'ililinr stove flues................
.ire t.'o hill rendered................
r'u bi-ii;i," for St. Andrews..........
vne .'o1 a., treasurer (7 items) .........
mons printing 2 mos reports .........
i' 'ir ,iii ,i (4 item s) ..................
paid -1pullrvisors for census..........

I 1 .. . . . . .. . .


.9", -'P 99
..; .. :;.. 99
-in,*.- c'A


$..* 7.',
1.11
LI I fill
2 62
4 Of'
47 00
17 O0t)
2 01,
32 60
30 uO
4 68
1 1-10
29354
150 00
189 s3
4 00
241 00
86 64
$!'2:4 10
125 89


$9359 99


We er irt. lhe foregoing is a true and correct statement for the
school year.udiiI '-, 1897, to the best of our knowledge.
Attest: Q0G. B. BUSH, Ch'n.
W. C. Loc S 1y and C',-. Supt.
s. tSMMAK.lY REPORT.
To total amo-int hli e ,er' .............. ... ........ U$.47 50
" ,, .. .ir--uildi, and rI--paiis ............... 563 8
," t. re stur. .r'? ,:,ni i .iui ............... 189 83
" ,, '. 4iL -h. 1 .e.-] us a ilnd r_!p.wting. ... 120 64
'' *. ritag h r ii i1 r* i ij t................... 00
" t -- t\ nh d im I ................. 45 30
S> ... .... . ..

" 1,' diem and mil'-ag'.......... 138 35
i -',' l 10
By total reci-it- a .f no on sheet A ............... ... $9359 99
To amount to bala? 896-97)................. ........... 1 89
$935$ 99 9359 99
Amount broughtdo ,-............................... 125 89
Total number white t(. n enrolled................... 985 males 8 9 females
negroe ti *' ................... 250 245

On total enrollment. ..............................1225 1144-23'9
Average daily attend:i -r white ........ 617 males 584 females total 1201
." "" negroes........ 150 137 :'87

Total average at t,, .... ........ .... .................1588


From Joseph Y. I -r, State
Health Officer of rldia.
PENSACOLA, FLA., S' 1 ii,, 9I7.
To the Public.
In view of the uncer..ti ny yel-
low fever infectLon in seine of the
o-nlf states. until fnu'tlii i.uitie all


HOW TO FIND OUTI
Fill a bottle or common glass N it h urine
and let it stand twenty-four hours; a sed-
iment or settling indicates an unhealthy
condition of the kidneys. Whuen urine
stains linen it is evidence of kidney
trouble. Too frequent d sire to urinate
or pain in the back, is also convincing
proof that the kidneys and bladder are
out of order.
WHAT TO DO.


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CORNER OF SHELL AVENUE AND MICHIAN STREEt

ST. A? DREWS BAY, FLA.


Carries a Full Line of Brillu, IMdicifll

Diamond Dyes, Trusses, Syringes;

PAINT BRUSHES, FANCY AND TOILEr1

ARTICLE r ist
DR, JJ hESTER, Drue ist.


G B T H O A ,*, : J G -O a r -o N '
ETHMPSON & JOHNSON

HAVING PURCHASED AN INTEREST IN THE

Salisbury Lumber Company's Mill,
Two Miles East of St. Andrews, are niow prepared to furnish iit -t-clsA



Either Rough or Dressed,
IN ANY QUANTITY AT REASON. ALE PRICES.
AL S STiI T-T,--.ES AND .1m/oT1(T,iJIo-,I G ..
THOMPSON & JOHNSON. ProPniETons. Harriu)h, Florida,


THE POPULAR


PERNSA OLA, F0la opposite Ail ....iii .0i Unioin I).l,ot,
Is the Piace for Passengers Coing to and from
ST. ANDREWS BAY.

Rooms Comfortable! Terms Reasonaole!


0 00 .. .. .. .... -- -0I. - .. There is comfort in the knowledge so 'a 1. a f r 11. --
80 00 passenger and train cro,,s entering often expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp ear for e
40 00 Floizla from points in UaLlama, Root, the great kidney remedy fulfils ev- .Io110rgp 15
40 00 Loui. ia isit.s i io rC cery wish in relieving pain in the back, The Subscription Price ofil
40 00 Louisiana, Mississippi or Gec'.ri. kidneys, liver, bladder anu every part of i1 1- 1 () E 1 '' *1,
80 00 lutst produce certificates of immuni- the urinary passages. It corrects inahIil- -d to 1 l a Year.
1 0 .u it I 1r. huItt l i.rir,>- .idi e.ilding piin in p-i- r1 i .
100 00 ty to yellow fever signed by attend- it, ,or ,.,1 -t Ies luiluTmin i.-. -.. DEMORESTSi Demorest's Family Magazine it .' tlhan a F.hni
80 00 0 g1 phl sician and countersigned )by aI i iq, ,t) i ', rii Ian a ,i ,,,.' ,,,: ,,,|I .MAC AZLIN E i-n *tlf>-i ,l r i .' it .' a le or irn many va.o
Co t r,,.i.,.,,,t re,, .;,i, ,,, l,,-,,,, c,,,,,,, ,ACA~~~ii~rliI M A GAZINE itl la.t-iim' -,-if,. ntt itl : tlii.-., ri,,le of it, mrany' "alt
80 00 legally constituted board of health. -,,gI h Iantn ii,- ,li, i h l hi.ht i.. iiI futui'.. it liis :thini for .-ach mi eti ber of the
10 0 00 b1' ,.l T. mI 1 .1 1a l\ f o ,,r erIo\ ,l e a r tm.-n t ,,o f r ,I. h ,,Mutse l'n ld a nd its v a -
.37 50 or from an accredited officer of the *ii .. l.T .i l| :ll 11 ili .lir, .. I t A. l' i tii *l " "-"' i;%(. n i. kin i pri -elits
120 00 d 'States M marine Hospital Ser- ,al,,it il. tl~,:lR, t ll ..i id. ll.. 1 .. t'y. ti 'U .ii M :t W ori t ra '
120 00 b;- I, tt" ,re-i h -ii... -. It rv i.. ii. ..-li.-. th i r -i th.,1ht- of ehe u ,It interesting and most
46 00 4 e, stating that the bearer- as not ,, h,;, s, ., .1.1 h *. i ,.- .:le -,f th: d ,. a i ast of d , times
t e .I ,,i.,licii. %,i, I h41..Ill, hai l- hi''I,,.i. .,. 'v, i .'o", '., rhitr ,f th.:: di an is '::v,..ast off lie times

l34 I: lee, Jl ai i infected locality, or x- 1, ists. p.,.. ,i ,v ..-i t- ,, ,p .:- i,,. ,,.v ,i lii C A .Lilterat' .. ie rl ,ii,- S cuiety A affairs,
'e100 .it t, infection, y in1,, ,,e Y hiiN.1 -K i I.ii , ,:1 A "t" ti, H ,r-t s,,i-.,, SJr'1.,13, sing- nu. -ber
*)-100 i i i incioI by t.]luti>-e- I li et t';tmail. Mi.li,, i.- Icol rtlt e t lit ta tI to 3,i) i e inravins, mak,
120 i e previous til l, r n r uri. o Dr.,g it O 'I I L*E AND |PROFUSELY
0 (4) t o, ;o tammr-t-.iv'i N'. lh ..J-i L.Ut i, i i, ait1 i.. .
_20 t. in-t coti [ I- ,, i DErL ES'S M Z t t in ry way faahead of
""l e e ,,' ,- U. ti .. that onlair d ii :ny other publlicatio .
-. el. Is aI ,h.II. e.. I l'r,, Su !,t .ri ..r. are eititl.d -alh minIll h o'f the laL st faslhion~s in wo-
l0L tseigc5 "'S l'ttiL'0, Ut- i0 Cst-0t. nt (hem IIr her tIlig tiial rne','s:-ary for postage and wrap-
,0 by ,3.ell..( fIver p- NT i i ,b ,,
10 ..,e.ig c,licates o"f nnitv sill n ,.. B'ET E ToS TM AAS ot-I T
l0) (F 'iteI.e 1,,.ritittet( to ,iii baggage_ -e EE T- A
I,, Vi mte n L ba.ie a THE GLOVER PLACE 'ha iNo,' .. to, [E, -J.lSr oMAQAZfNv. can be made. By
0 l..tii a, nle s i :,i .I am e has su ,-.-rit.in at on c, .w o ;,v.il \ our--; .f tie BUO Y'S lil)erl clubbing offer
800 il.Oced or stertled subse- On W atson Bayou is otfl,.ie, for rent ari,,i ,.,,- tt n._ l. thI m.-:.in att t re ..-duced Lrice. get. th banJ.Bome 25
100 00O,2
80 00 q en it to leaving su., inri lIocali- for one season with privilege of two X-tIa, nlmnnl-r. v.itli it.. I e titutlI .il tr. I Ititire uplernet.
100 00 ty, which fact. must Ie ati.tel to by o tle right artv, who i I take Great Special Clubling Offer for Prompt Subsoriptions.
80 00 an officer of the UnitI .1 Marine good care of the premises. here is a $ 4r. n orei and
) HoIspiital Service it e *i -(.e 'fs Splendid Opportunity!nIeh wOt e e 'sEarlyn. a
2 75 disi infections, which I'; Ln.t b at- For particultars apply at Buoy office. i Stls t"a E a mi~ih ne
3 40 tached to saidl hag., ,'.- I ilroads, ,.,,d n,m l...,-,criplion to 1is- olli.-e ai ,t .1 an1 i ie -. ber 1 au1 y terms ate
5 80 steamboats, and all <,lir i.minimon $1.^5 Sen nt lSO T i i r 'lotl e b icalios,
40300 Ra'rriers are forbidln ti-ell tickets iMPROVED FARM FOR SALE! ---- -t --... .......... ---.. 3 1 1)
30 or to accept or to tr n,, into Flo- ay shall ass shall not at any one Tbacco 8pit and Smoke Your Li Away;
3 40 ida any passenger, .,...ri,' baggage t i u time exceed fifty (50) per cent of the I i t e. ae l,cousing magnetic
2 95 without said certilic.tr I -l'hrou-gh l 1fo UUulUUu value of its -propertv. full ,f new ifude u vigor, taKe No-To-Baei
405 30 passengers north ol thliAab ii e men- Ond hundred and sixtv acres of choice 5. The board of directors shall have tatti k, ,n]r-worl.--r, that makes weak mea
4 0 o00 e states, xxhose i' wh n- FtrmingLLnd in the south half of section nowcrto make by-laws, rules a.d s.4- strong. Many gain ten pounds in ten dayi
5 30 t.one states, whosit 7, township 4s, of range 13w. Good nations n cessary to conduct the business Over 400,000 cured. Buy No.To-Baeofyoui
3 40 finious collpon l.ibe: s' signaturee Dwelling House, 1'rive .Well, convenient of this company and amend, alter or t'on gt. under gat ie mailto free. Ad.
S. ,i,. lloBdlet anda snnple mailed free. Ad;
S 75 stanlp and (late of s.-le" n,,i iO'r outhouses, Fine Fruit Orchard of Pears, abolish the same. r ing l{enredyCo..C-'mncoor New York.
5 30 tlhan tIwentv-fo r hioI fom .1-le of Peaches, Plums, etc., and nearly 1,000 6. The officers by which the 1.inl.:-
2407500 inspection at Florida I. ill .t be Grape Vines, all in bearing. If taken sh.11 be conducted, subject to such r'e-
2 7 npecton at Flod n..t soon willbe sold for strictions as ma be nide iv the by-law, 0 r So
5 30 requireil to possess the ,.i ..1 I int- shall be president, viee prosidenit'd aisec-. Ha So
3 40 nlunitv certificates; s,'il illraIe ick- $ 1, O tary, who shall elected lby the board of
400 ets being accepted in li..tt lie..'. And Ihe improvements alone cost a good directors at .heir annual n ctig e achl T e T I
5 00 o l a, deal more tuonet. Would prefer cash year, which shall be held on the last ri- I
7 00 Conduntors on all r.i .a1 train down, but might give time on orn-half the day in January, of each year; they shall Ui i ,1 U
4 00 are charged with the careful and onrchlase mon1cv. For full particular's ad- ilso elect a treasurer at the .same time.
60 strict observance of tlre.Pinil doers. dress the Buor, St. Andrewas Bay, Fla. Not less than five nor more than nine per- i"pS
3 40 ToNPH P' nTEl, M. l sons shall constitute the board of direct- MAN l' ".\ "1
275 osNPH I FTE M. i., ; MANU 1 r Blnls
2 71 -0 ,.011ors who shall Ile eh, ctedby the stockholdo
5 30 State Health Offier of` Fl..rilla- Incorporation Notice. ers ty ballot lit their annual hmecting | l
5 00 In pursuance of lhestatules in such case whiih shall be held o,. the last Fiiday in
40 00 oCu .lre---No Pai-, made and provided, notice is hereby given January of eaci vyars, and they shall
40 00 That, is the way all drii,-'is sell Grove's of the intention of the undersigned to ap- serve lr three yeaisor until th.ir suc-
3 40 Tasteess Chill Toni r .hills and ma- ply to the governor of the state of Flori- essors a re chosen and qualified. sE-
2 75 3 aats l ion lrill and ina ida for letters patent incorporating -the 7. Utl ii thie first election,. W. A. Em- -
5 30 laria. It is simply iron and ,] uihin.: in a S Andrews Horticultural and Improve- nmous shall be president, lHolert lrown -
60 00 tasteless form. Children Ine it. adults s meant Company of St. Andrews under the vice president, R. Ho' ard secretary -. .
prefer it to bitter, nauseati,.r tonii following charter: and August Wilson t rea .
240 Price, 50c. 1. The name of the company shall le 8. All stockholders shall have but one
2 75 the St. Andrcws Horticultural and nm- vote m aill me:-tings of the company with- '-''l i
5 30 provement Company, and its place of bus out regard to the number of shares each '
5 00 iness shall be St. Andre's, Washingtoti tav hold.
40 00 county, Florida. 'he inmes ntd residences of the sub-
S48 Thie generi- business of the .I....' ,, -'s to the stock of the citompaIIy aret I
2 80 shall be to deal in lands in W ,-hin-t-,t; :',-,,:,ws: ---
5.30 and other counties in the state of l-'huida \V. A. Emmons, St. Andrews, Fl. '--
40 00 and elsewhere, leasing and improving the R. E. Howard,, ". AND
20 00 same and the producing of agricultural L. P. Tenney,
3 -0 9 and horticultural products, and the buy- Dated, September 9, 1897.; i il il21m ifaterialzl
2 80 ing and selling the same; to dial in and tate of l'lorida, and
5 30 grow live stock, and to prepare all the CoWuntyv of Washington.W and Fancy lass
4000 f products of said company for market; a Before me a Notary Public for (he Specialty.
3 40 y R general mercantile business; manuf- sate at lar, ge -soiranaly ape la,, T ,pri, E cr Y
2 80 turning in all lines deemed advisable; the Eminmois, l. E. ward ai' d L. P. Tenney, ,S 1 IMA 1 C I E ER F U L L
40 00 T u tlte construction and'maintenance of such whlo each for himiilf acknowledged that (Gl VE N
3 40 mea.s of transportation as required to he executed the foreAotg apt lieI tion for ..
2 80 ',5 meet the necessities of the business con- charter fop the uses andi p. irposes therein ARKER'
5 30 ducted; the accumulation of funds; the expressed on Ihe day Ihe same bearsda e. PARKELSAM
40 00 epsdote t)HAIR B h SA
4000 loaning of money to members and others HC II. CRII'EN, im d ttf teLS AtM
10 30 on approved security; to hold tairs anr [EAL. Notary Public. aleverrtIlurtant grota
540 award premiums for meritorious products r4 1.a.i to .enio.ful r .
lest Cum List" dsesI-'"a
2 80 in agriculture, horticulture, mechanics, -0 n u s d$ea ul t Du
7 30 arts and sciences. r u
40 00 3. The capital of the company shall ble Our Clubbing List.
13 90 two thousand five hundred dollars ($.,5(00) The BUO1X has made very liAeral clu-H M A
10l0eiirgeieits with aLfewxofthe very 14 AT C H I N 0 ATERIAAL
10 TA8T0L ,r and shall Ile divided into two hundred and bing array h r T, s
11 00 TA ST *fifty shares of the par value of ten dollars best publications in the country and for ki hi
13 13B ($10) each; subscription to the stock may thle present can send for a w hfole e.. en r ie-nlt'in tr.ilre. and softinbe-
4 50 be paid in cash, land, labor, or anvy article Thie BUOY and Weekl for .0 ig l mch" is ever
12 56 acceptable to the board of directors, un- Leslie's Ilustre weekly for. 00 thig "rson' arl atch is mover
12 50 der such conditions and regulations as 'Ilhe Floridt Cizen, dilx for $ ..$1055tht o .hr's ne thing
10 85 may be provided for bvy the iy-laws. I lie Florida Citizen, weeklv, for.. that you cannot mi.th; that's
200 Where cash is paid, at least one dollar Leslie's Weckly. 3. 00
840 ($) on each share subscried for ust he Scientiic Aeri.., Ele tro50-Silicon
4500 aid at the time ot subscribing and one Farmer ani Fruit G(rower h Famous Silver
2 dollar ($1) a mouth on each share until Flotda gcultut .. 2 PoliSh, i .
8 50 paid 'or. Where payment is made in dc clubsof.5, ct hI ltI u -, tt!ere i: ., otlnr lik' il. Nearl
1 25 ISJUSTAS COOD FO ADULTS. land, a good warranty deed must be given, F'arm Journal, Phil u'ia,ioty .I million hou-ekeeper. use it. IA trial
10 00 WARRANTED. PRI iE OctS. free ot all eucumbxiances, unless waived Cincinnati Ent quire e twinhic.te a Week
18 GALATIA,I Nov. 16,1893. hV the board of directors, ain d hen such S large pages each is I Oi1nit- i r irElI TO ALL
29 19 GarOVsE'Slneco.,t. is, Mo. encumbrance must not exceed fifly (50) Atlanta Constituiton, .7, E"] 1El TO ALL
4 44 Gentlemen:-W sold last ye 600 bottles of er cent of the purchase value of said N.Y. World(thriceaw we.- .. i niil t-I .1 wh.y. Thin the secret# o
10 50..boughtthree gross areadythsye Inaore- property. Where other property is taken For any or either of tie hr,, i1,ull': l,,--.,tul .'.- -:.r. is v.,u.s: .'iIpl#
6 85 perience of 14 years, in the dr business, have it must be free of all iens, judgments or tions in connection with I,, ,, ,,-r :...i- .nt iA cl to
1 En never sold an article that save s uwniversalsatia I o. .j ir n} rders to 'ftE I, t' . r : ... . po al i to .


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NORT BAY LMBER COMPANY E"" ". e
nm "u l A N. D. n-Thompson Seeks to Colon- n relax his t
nAV EAn F A ize them in the South. nor pursue hiei fi il
BAY EA, 1m Al -- visiting and Hr, L t
S. Many Thousands ,Can Find and attractiuonl nal
Homes by the Colonization in Wahnliiiigtoi y, F
C n if TK J n_ Scheme He- Proposes. are niillins of (1ft ,.
U. lTOl PMI ll & CO. Birmingham Age-Herald. ing in great bo, laiBf. c.
N. F. Thompson, secretary of the at the p, rcla( ow
ARE PREPARED TO FURNISH Johnstown Penn., board of trade is less than a .101'! aci-
I_ u* m 1 ; f A G ra de s. in the city on a brief visit to his fain- tracts a1 .
Rough and Dressed Lumbar of All Grades. i,,,, whom he expects to move to his tache et nale ,i til
__g ....--.r northern lhoin in the near future. the south. a're
Mr. Thompson is just now enjoy- ...atered and red
THE PATRONACE OF THE PUBLIC SOLICITED ing the distinction of having attract- here is practice free
WTTerms cash or endorsed notes. ed to himself in'a prominent degree a and altogetl mo,
erms the press of the country, both north an, e fun o fce
and (sotlh, from letters lie has writ- f the colon ild if
-t,.-- t ci 4ten to Philadeolllia and New York delightful atid y ho
-.----t-C OWL-- M --, J -LCW ,, papers in advocacy of colonizing the ieimemberiingyti tak,
"-- *-- surplus labor and population of that two to subdue land
sect io on the fertile lands of Ala. i best illetl Fi
Ah 1 1 e-SIil LaI t e (ii I l


Has removed his new and extensive stock

OF GENERAL MIVERCHANbISE
Back to his old stand, the Peoples' Store, at
PITTSBURG, ON EAST BAY.
Where he invites all old friends and the pur-
chasing public to call and
EXAMINE HIS STOCK AND PRICES
Before Purchasing Elsewhere. All kinds of
COUNTRY PRODUCE bought and sold.
Pays the Highest Price for green Salted
ALI GAT JOR HIDES.




LOOK HERE!


Yo Gan't Aford i l Miss This Chance!
Havivj Purchase'! the StAck of Goods in the Store'at


Iam g o ins.t tions Ter'to and Propose to


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&t the LowestLiving Margin of Profit.
Aad Treat S giCustomor Alike ani C nrt0onsly.
Call and See My Coods and Cet My Prices.

W. H.S HANDS,
SPARKER. FLA.



The ST. ANDREWS BAY


Hortieltural a u I rovmtfLnt



*
ORGANTZED JANUARY. 9. 1892.

Te purpose of this Association is to Improve the Country adjacent to St
Andrews Bay and to
Develop its Resources as a Fruit-Growing Country.
'o accomplish this the Association proposes to Sell Lands in tractsof Two-
and-a-half and FiveAcres to such parties only as will improve then by the
Erection of Houses. Fences and such Permanent Inprovenients as will enliance tihe
ail'e of each tract so disposed of, and particularly to
Plant them owit in Tr'ee, Plants anid Vines,
To the end that in the shortest practicable time every su.'h tract shall be a
Source of Revenue to its Owner.
AS TO RELIABILITY OF THE ASSOCIATION
The first question which will naturally be asked will be: "Is this Asso-
ciation reliable"? And the answer to it is: Any person employing the Association
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
a-ll property entrusted to its keeping,guarding against forest fires, dishonest pilferers
for dmatiges from any cause possible to be prevented.
From a careful estimate of the probable, expense and income of a fruit
pt'antatiomt in the St. Andrews Bay country a few figures are given:
Price ofiana per acrfe, say $25 to $50, cot of clearing, say $20; 'ost of planting I st
year, say $30; cost of cultivation each year thiieafte'r,$210,
- It is not extravagant to e-timate that a L-acre vineyard will on the third
year, if properly cultivated, yield $200 worth of I'ru;t and of peaches nearly or quite
the same, while figs should do even better tllhn that. Then, though perhaps a little
longer, some of them.A in coming into pr )htiiilae bearing may be named pears, apricots,
nectarines, 1,lums, prunes, niulherriv3., olives, Japan persimmons almonds English
walnut, Japat. chestnuts, pecans, 'nd ...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 return ofl'teiner than they miss
The Secretary of the Assodiation will give particular attention to an-
swering letters of inquiry, and the Buoy will in its answers to correspondents an-
swer all questions asked it.
REM EM BER the .A usociat ion Lands will be sold on Easy
Terms of .aymvinent; but iiinproti.n niit mst 4e paid for as satisfactory proof in given
that the wjrk hash. -ii performed CORRESPONDENOC SOLICITED.
dilrt, R. E. HOWARD, Sec.
.-"" .' Hrai' i-,in. Fla.

SA iCER Bo RE" TRIAL"'C l-" REtE T
D DiMde, CRE0 D dlhou ue nurvouusd b:ililty
kni e uek n l. n Ulan,' k r v and oa l tality seart n-3 SrorTu ce
or write" D" II S al:7e vta..it s:, t:, , o, ,o ol. ,cra
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Leadi dealers Di M itlie1 DS
everywhere sell POS'IOFFICE BLOCK, BAY VIEW

i seeRRY'S SEEDS to a El e
SriskG the los of time, labor and ground
,_.^l,.;l.!;,,,:,-.s*.^uR,,,.. Fresh and of Guarant eed


Offe

" $100.00 0 I
= Given Away
"Every Month
Sto the person submitting the 6
* most meritorious invention on
- during the preceding month.
* WE SECURE PATENTS. -
FOR INVENTORS, and the *
4 0 object of this offer is to en-,'.
*4 courage persons of an invent- *s
%. ive turn of mind. At the U
0* same time we wish to impress .
me the fact that :: :: :: p
It's the Simple,
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c-,---,ilh b. h .,- r" ...."' riviai Inventionls
cliid .ih b-thi sections, andi proil.
ises to be of great value to the south will'*1 o i :, Mi. u Pi
. .. .. will more th lik-l\' disciIra'ge him Ii 1 9
in general and to Alabama in partic- and make I di c -stech as t.e L ng Hoo
ular. an make I diiitecd. And dfEy"Seein that -Hun"
this is true ny part of tile south, ver, 1"Air Brake," etc.
1I must, in the first place, said Mr. thi i tre t the Almost every one conceives go
,or anyie%%..p.tr as well as of a bright idea at some time orgo
Thompson, thank the Age-Herald for I s l as other. Why not ut it In prae- e
Florida. ticaluse? YOU talents may
its kind thoughtfulness in this inat- Florida. lie n this direction.tsMay
e Whn make your fortune. Why not ip
ter. I will be pleased to give to the When bili r costive, eat a Cascaret t your :: :: :: ":: ::hnot
people of Alabama and the south an candycathar cure guaranteed, lOc, 2cc o m'Wrteiforfurther information and
outline of this movement, that they T silverr Ki THE PRESS GLflIMS G0.
may knowv its origin anid purpose Coni d from First page. 0 Philip W. Avirett, Gen. Mgr.,
more fully, perhaps, than heretofore. can only fiitil the water on" their 618 F A Street, Northwest,
Very early after my work begun for Wvings has Id off. wASHINGTON, D. C.
t lre 11BThe responsibility of this company O
the development of Johnstown, which One of greatest pleasures was is may be judged by the fact tha it' t
. .stock Is h d tr er one.thousand
took me, by the way, to all the p'rin- sea bathii On our return each e i oieading newnapers in the
cipal cities and centres of the east, I evening. rest we nited St
found an interest in the south which had ul!V" prepare before leaving -
was different from what I expected, the lhoi.e val.< the short distance to 0 A I) IN
and so I begin to watch and study it the Lbeacl aiid w:ile out as far as A R D .
more closely as my work progressed. suited, ''In temperature of the water pl I J | n
It was not long until the idea pro- was tlu:iy pleasant. The phosphor- I .
sented itself of doing something to escence oflthe sea was beautiful.. The
utilize that interest, especially with a nioliiieni ncri steps into it at night um VistalIl Ai a u uan rak t
view of benefiting both sections. there i., a glow where the wat_*r is St. Andrews, Fla,
There were thousands of good and distu bled like the light of a fire-fly, House and Accommodation First
true men all over the north whom I and this gl,w as frequently seen Class in Every Respect.
found displaced and out of work, around, the fi.ha as they dash by un-
largely through improved labor.say- de the s.fi. ce. There may be ob U R ER
det-C,.hrWvabSURBER C
iog machinery. These idle thousands served a -reat variety of birds, maniny I
were a menace to the north, though of them beautiful and others yerv Is prepared to cut L
capable of becoming the best of citi- l,,ly. Many on land appear the WOO)D AND FENCE POSTS L
zens, if they could once again be- same as ours. The notes of theT, .-' and d vierr -ein at r,'asonablp rates.
come prod co'rs. The farm alone uI g il. | were thlie .aliLe a .id : !'i,\ If ", i.,-', lable jih te nm call upon
ilonmised relief to this clau andli oti- as t li,.,,' wilh nli GILLt Ihe l e-.;W \ ltil". / 1. \V St .:
ers who counldl find nothing to d<-, ai a and lia i hie -ie S:m a.mi ours lia I -
whoim under i lost proipl(rons condi v'icle in a ,milch higher k1'y. I EOTL MA
.biaf *^' ^'u~iJn '. %nil.,)iieiit e~t., 1 ,. t.,' ..--.',.Idiffor"Inll i Iif _!
in anv of their 1 oceu li ..1 *' -B "
Lands of tlie"iPhi0gr I fit-h oldii fui llI, l l e 1 ,
lirum ii eil tLeinui rary ur eli t, but 6 1t ti he forests 11 1 l ,'i,.al
sim allest niun',b r. only;1 it w as h,iiiie i rhaL ", tla 0 l ,, Ii ore ai i.-i 0c rati ,
alone that could restore these to citi- ,ent ou, thy a urna- B a y C o u n t r y.
r ," ,i hi Mt aLLly pines, live-' i l..... _
zonship, and this idea was presented .'-bn)age pa l i -
at intervals to prominent men, among n' n:uall -,ftt maolia lo ar w lilave ca f arangthis fine MAents i
afetoued with long gar.Q i can furnish this flue MAI' QL
tlien COil. McClure of the Philadel- lands if ni. covering about eighteen miles square
phia Times, to whom 1 first suggest- in m 'nv I,1s. ''en te groud is of territory, including the Cincinnati
ed colonization of those classes on thick nt,' covered withi a very Company's Tract, also Harrison,
Alabanma lands. He was in entire made up gowih which is largely Parker, Cromanton, and adjacent
accord w vews. Governor peaches aw plmetta. ;Pears and country, for
accord with wy views. Governor peachIs gro ONE DOLLAR.
Johnston was applied to, as well as applo iIes w I fecti Or givei for 5 cash vea.ly subcriptiois.
many other prominent Alabamians, er speaks i'vehli n fruit. ['['he writ- Bi the aid of this map the location o
and their letters have appeared in for \hlea1 a i-ly as 'to apples, lands purchased of the Cincinnati
Northern journals giving te very o llles, like oranges are not Company can be easily ascertained,
S als v the e... a. a reliabe!o crop, the or, parties niayI send us $1 and theii
strongest approval to the suggestion editoil t, l. description an we will locate then
, i liv las not only fre- description an we will ocatethi
for such a movement. The Phila- quenl t seen apletrees lots and return the Map by mail.
dtelphia Times published my first let- loadedI ti' le to it- Ateutdresos sill,, 1Uoy,
ter with strong editorial comnimenda- capacity St. ndrewsFla.
hs h V i 'b thle youlig trees npon For 5 eru( siliscriirs. we will give
This was so well received general- fruit of I el, m ail l orodncing ol or 1 ip of h City of the. A
Si cellt quality, although drCew. Either pnt' sold sintly--1
ly, that a second letter followed to not coiil i ai a o drdid
the Times and to tie Press, both of fuit g u asina flavor as
i ,1 -r l r i il Michigan or New\\
wbich gave strong editorials regard- Yo'rk.-E ii ii o r NeAwA
ing these letters, and the suggestions The lanr ] the beach] is made
contained in them. up of whit [near beach f th Cit Of t. AlaOR,
Then the press very generally took it ance of ii' .a ud and as th appea the
p, both north an* south until today, io fl. in juiltt received a light Gotten up with g73at care by thie
up, both north and south until today, inow fall. lZ I blisher, who has ^ared no pains
it is attracting very wide attention, in a few in ipe cl leig a ao i to prepare for rthe p'i: lic ta map of
Th'['lie letters that have come to me fresh wale the sea an obt t. Andrews as it really is. It shows
from private parties show the widest things of ii There are niny, many about
interest, and 1 am in no way disap- tioned. 1.iperest that might sbesoc FOUR MILES OF COAST LNIE,
pointed in the outlook for the south. the il. okes that were devel-, Fxending eastward t cOA Dyer's
pdt e .of Il( oinit, taking in the Old 'own site of
Practical results are as certain to oped, the St n, taking in the Old down site oo
conie as the sulth shows a reader etc., bt :.,llcLthns of ciiri i made, St. Andrews, and gives 1 ication of
- -B Ii-, ni iit.'li a, 1il,, 1 al,,.,a lv t,,> lui i,. 1 ,,1.min,. jlac-'.. private resi-
aj plecli alion of them. I believe leg I,,T 1 re k ,t li'| i t.' , i 1 l....-. l.,.k l .t also every lot .i
ular organized companies for coin.- t.ickle IIen It a al. o1 the best, each block and the adjoin ng addi-
ization purposes will follow fuim bnt one t l a e aof fille tion ti the Cincinnati Company's
all eastern cities for southern devel- fuieign I- 'd lan, with full description of the
,1. The btt was covered same.
epment as soon as they are convinced ith Igutt' lercha al nle ,let cin- ltPie Map will show owners of lots
that the south wants these people an lie,. tiOs wr'e 11 leavilv goIl'-platedl, in the city just where they are lo-
are willing to needed to settle capital i it that ? s eitte, ', ,i,'lv ii to, each cated and is of value to those think-
.will be needed to settle them y ill olier iia t ai -tght Th ing of buying property.
proper fairness and liberality. ,.d as hi TSize of Map 30x50 Inches.
1This is whay the progressive ,ie ,,cor ['l 'le ral,' ie.e;i,.Ii Io the The BUOY will send this miap to any
of the south should show to their .n h, lIk':. hl-fre, adrs Aln
friends in tlie north that. they appte- i ni a iniv an ai ti-t inii it. Our O N E D O L L A
ciato the advances thns far made an ,It' t ni,-ale Ii ,i St. An- Or giver, as a premium fer 5 yearly
ciat, the advances thus far madi and ,|,, cash suescriitions.
will meet other s more than half way, ,,v,.''u !n ,a' s i ,ld y lin, Li., l thilec.
1 this is done, 1 am convinced thial th I. d' u .; i- t ", : lt ig t dct B OO-KeepingBUSilieSS"
the south will no longer suffer lori"ii i R t alii.,.. M'ind,-<, ,0-eePHONOGRAPHY,
.. . n it't ave n.t i,, .. . M .)nd. Fthcate PHONoGRAPHY,


either men or money in its devel.'p- .inRLPoN.-Wi Situation. i ype- ig
meant. This colonization idea is tl e Telegraphy
only one that will eliminate t li i
tramp inuis'ince and avoid tile colie'i1 Whn YU 4.
problem. There has been nothing to loned, sugar e Hood's Pills. Thebig, old-fash- OPYRIGHTED
encourage any one to come wlho ]:,.lI pieces,are oated piLls, which tear you aUto AddressWILBUR R. SMITH,
not eas to provide himself ith a Forcircula of his famous and responsible
home, as I have advised no one tio COMMERCIAL COLLEGE OF KY. UNIVERSITY
collie south to look for a job, knowing Awau I rded lemal at Wo-*Id's Exposition.
d i -WRfers t.. rbo, L. I. c"f graduates in positions.
that all the .ordirv aveniius of busi- and easy to cti ofr Fullnii ine.m Course, including Tul-
of Hood's Pfr erate, is true tion, B.~oor *uI imd .r'j *n family, about W90.
ness ill the south were as well filled ip to date I which are n Sh nd.t _-e-Writi'aai. .l Telegraphy,Specialties.
< 0 SS-FTh,, K. i kg Iner-,tv Diploma, under seal,
as in the noril. This is what the Safe, certain every respect. a '. rdii,' r i 'u*1 r.rU iipCoursefree. ifunder se.
druggists. .5 and sure. All .io a o5e. Fni,.r i...w. Graduates successful.
rn:,v,.'ioit inicans. andil it will bec,>:;>.1 The only pll C. I. Hood & Co.,Lowell, Mass. i ..,.I* .... ..., ..i, reach. us.addrc.s anl.
a A I1 01, 1,,l It, ,.3,1- R.,,I '' r eWach i u ,al rj t. 6


DR. W. G. MITCHELL, R0RIE R,
brs His Professional Services to the Citizenj iAndrews and
Surrounding Country.
-tv be '-n iil at his resiuii e on Biunnia Vista avgit Iright.

M. WARE JNC THI MPSONI






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THE COLUMBIA GARDEN PLOW.
Th'3 the latest and imost complete
Hand low for working plants in the garden. It
isselt-a(ljustable; the weight the block to
which the blude is attached keeps it in the
ground, and the depth of plowing is regulated
y by lifting the handles. A boy or girl of ten
years can handle it with perfect ease. It has a
Z4-inch steel wheel, the height of which makes
t he plow light of draft. It has five blad: is 1 s
a turning mold, 2 a shovel, 3 a sweep or weeding
'olae, 4 a bull-tongue, 5 a rake. Wrench
with eac xxWe have made arrangements by
which we can tiurnili tni., plow at
the f. . -


ci ihto St. An ur'ea sBay about kt75 ceuts, nitaking tile plow, (jetivered
*i;4.h.. [utthe BIolY P)ol),(es to do better than this and will sod the BUOY
00C yea' an( Ifu nish o0ne of these plows comple'e at the factory for $4.50;
PurC las,1r to) pay f.',ight.
uTe, plow may be seen in operation at tb BL'OY Farm at any lime
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sr. & I nO Meb' i e"sui. "
l ne ,y yre urn d if not a4 repreIentle. Benl*,4 Oi*
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quickly "Certain, -" bWm |n 1e nattoin
probably patentable. Comniuni att ly
corf.idental. ('ilelst. aSUery for Scao. ptelui
in America. We have a Whinto office
Patents inea tilrlotantl .lunn & 00. receive
special notice in the
SCIENTIFIC AMERICA1I,
beantlfully hIlhlmaien. laria,.-' circulation o
inv ,cientific jurtinal. .etklytelr'ni .-0n mIyearD
t.i)six min C h'. Speelmen coiles anld .AND
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