Title: St. Andrews buoy
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Title: St. Andrews buoy
Uniform Title: St. Andrews buoy
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Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Emmons & Lynch
Place of Publication: St. Andrews Fla
Publication Date: November 11, 1897
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Saint Andrews (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Washington County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Washington -- Saint Andrews
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General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 27 (Sept. 28, 1893).
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9T. ANDREWS, BAY,

First Last, and all the

Time!


Washington County -
AND

West Florid
Against the Worldi


VOL. VII.


ST. ANDREWS BAY,


NO. 33,


OFFI fC1*-h JBECTO RY ,

UNITED STATES.
5eunatoks- Hon. Sam'l Pasco, Monticello,
Hon S. R. Mallory, Pens aeola.
Representatives-Ist District, S.M. Spark-
man, Tampa; 2d District, R. W.
Davis, Palatka.
Land Office-Register, J M. Barco;
Receiver-N D Wainwright, Gainesville
STATE.
Govertor-W. D. Bloxlham; Secretary of
State, J. L. Jrawford; treasurer, J. B.
Whitfield; Attorney General Win. B. La-
mar; Comptroller, W. H Reynolds; St.-
erintendent )f Public Instruction, W.
N. Sheats; Commissioner of Agricul-
ture, L. B. Wombwell; Adjatant Ge -
eral, Patrick Houston. Tallahassee.
U. S. SENATOR.
P t District-S. R. Mallory, Pensacola;
i nd District,Samarel Pasco Monticello.
STATE SENATOR.
Twentv-flnlh District-J. B. CLJarke, "'e-
- .a.ihkav %.. at -
WrABSHINOTON COUNTY.
Representative, S. M.Robinson,Chiplev,
County Judge, D. D. Melvin, Vernon;
Clerk of Court, County Clerk, Recorder
of Deeds, W. B. Lassitter, Vernon;
Sheriff, C. G. Allen, Chipley; Treasurer,
R. C. Horne, Chipley; Tax Collector, A.
Q. Jones, Vernon; Tax Assessor, W,
B. Gainer, Econfina; Superintendent
of Public Instruction, W. L,, Locky;
Chipley; Surveyor, Thos. Collins, Chip-
ley.
ST. ANDREWS.
justice of the Peace W. I. Singleterry;
Notary Public, Deputy Circuit Court
Clerk, W. A. Emmons; School Super-
visor, R. F. Brackin; Post Master,Dr.
W. G Mitchell.
HARRISON.
Postmistress, Mrs. M. B. Jenks.
PARKER
?ostmaster and Notary Public, W. H.
Parker.
PiTrsURC.
?ostmnistress, Mrs Hasselhorg.
ANDERSON.
Postmaster, S. W. Anderson
GAY.
Postmaster, Mrs. R. Gay.
BAY HEAD.
Postmaster, Martin Post.
FARMDALE.
Postmaster, W. F. Woodford.
WVETAPHO.
Postmistress, Mrs. Dyer.
WEST BAY,
Postmaster, P. N. Hutchinson.

CALHOUN COUNTY-C ROMANTON.
.otaries, E. Mosher, Frank Hoskins,
Postmaster, W. M. Croman; Cooun
ty Commissioner, -H. M. Spicer'
Deputy Clerk of Courts. S. T. Walkley.

RELIGIOUS.
Methodist-Church cor. Washington ave
and Chestnut st-Rev. W. M. Croma:i,
pastor. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30'
p. m. every alternate Sunday.
Y. P. S.C.E.-Prayer nieeTifig at the
Presbyterian church eicry Sunday after
aoon at 3:30 o'clock. All are invited.
Baptist-Church, corner of Wyoming
avenue and Cincinna i street. Cb'urch
cowferer i, -1.turday before first Sunday
at 4 p. m. Sunday school every Sundav at
9:30 a.m. Preaching second and four, h
Sunday in each month. Rev. J. P'. Smith
pastor
Presbyterian-Church corner Loraine
avenue and Drake street.
3atholic-Church corner Wyoming five-
rue and Foster street
THE MAILS.
The northern mail, via Anderson, Gay,
Bayhead and Chipley departs every day
except Sunday at 3:00 -o'clock; a.m.;
arrives every day except Sunaay at
7:40 p. m.
East Bay mail for Harrison, Cromnanton,
Parker, Farmndale and Wetappo, leaves
St. Andrews going east every morning
at 6 o'clock and leaving Wctappo at
3 o'clock, arrives, coming west every
evening at 7 c clock.
ST. ANDREWS BAY, CHIPLEY &
VERNON TELEPHONE CO.-
S(Incorporated Nov. 7, 1886.)
SCHEDULE OF RATES:-For each five
minutes, or fraction thereof, use of
Phone:
Between StkAndrews Bay & Gay.... 10c
Bayhead 15c
Chipley. 25c
Chipley & Bayhead........ 15c
Gay...... ..... 20c
Bayhead & Gay............ 5c
For transmission by telegraph lOc.
extra, not including te-egraphic service.
A. J. GAY, Gen'l Mgr._

Parker Lodge No. 142

llegnlar Communi-
i cation,. on Saturday,
on or before each full

r 1' Vlsiti)ng Brothers
FRATERNALLY INVITED.
W. H. PARKER W. M.
W. A. ExMoNs. 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,
Setc., anywhere in Florida. Special at-
. tention given to land conveyances and
to marriage services, and license issued
c to lawfully qualified parties. Office at
the BUOY Office, St. Andrews Bay.

DR. J. J. KESTER,
*Homeopathic Physician and Ac-
coucher. Office Pionder Drug Store,
corner of Shell avenue and Michi-
gan street,
St. Andrews Florida

DR. W. 04. MITCHELL,
Phvsician and Druggist, Postoffice Block,
Offers his professional services to the
citizens of St. Andrews and vicinity.
Residence on Buena Vista avenue.

0. H. CRIPPEN,
Notary Public.
Will attend oromptlv to all l. i';,it- de-
manding his attention. 'ilh .n alv-
view street, one block !,,rtlh,'nat of T
^ Danford's store


PUBLISHED EVERY THUIJOa3r^
One uoaar VAar ia Advance.

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


WHeAT has, proven a bitter enemy
to the free-coinage of silver.

THE gold reserve is considerably
past the $150,000,000 point.

MR, Bryan is now wearing diamond
sliirt'studn,i-anld they are slt 1in guld.

THE shameful practice ,of discrim-
inating against silver is still being
continued. The mints last year
coined only the mere trifle of $153,
000,000 in the white metal.

A good many heavy men, having
due regard for their lives, got off thi
silver platform; but there are to(
many clinging to it yet for the safe
ty of those who are its pillars of sup-
port.

Ex-GOVERNOR Boies is another dis.
cordant element in the free-silver
camp. Last year he ssr ported free-
coinage vigorously, but this year lie
has labored earnestly to switch off
the issue from the democratic pro-
gram.

WHAT has become of hose broad-
minded statesmen whom the silver
trust sent to Japan to find out what
terms the "money power" made
when it bought that country and iih-
stituted the gold standard? It is
possible that they did not get as sat-
isfactorv information as they had
hoped.

THE silverites want everything con-
sidered on a forty-cent 'basis. They
.,say it is all 'right to have wheat a
dollar, but with free silver it woulal
be worth more tfhain tforIT iarms
The same plan would apply nicely t<
the coinage of our mints. Last yea'
we coined $196,000,000 in gold alone,
but if we had had lce silver we could
have had 49U,000,000 so-called dol-


SMOBILE Register: The Atlanta
Coitstituti'on reminds Mr. Cleveland
that the offices he has held came to
him thro,,gl h political organization.
We may answer that he never would
have been president the second time
if the politicians had had anything,
to do with it. Cleveland was party
and platform bo:h. If ever a man
made the organization that elected
him to office that man was Grover
Cle-eland.

FLORIDIAN: "The McKinley admini-
istration is no better and not very
much worse than others of its kind.
Instead of selecting officials for the
south because of their long and fc ith-
lful party services and their fitness
for public trust, it chooses only those
whom it imagines can control the
most negro and other voters in the
political campaign. The ignoring of
the merits of such a republican as
Captain John HI. Welsh of Marion
county. is one of the latest instances
of this form of 'practical politics.' "
In other words. as in all adminis-
trations, nowadays s, the "machine"
manages the dispensing of patronage.

Union Pacific Sold. -
The Union Pacific railroad proper,
including the buildings and all that
goes to operate the system, was on
November 1, sohl to the teorganiza-
tion committee for the sum ot $53,-
528,532.75. This amount does not
include the sinking fund in the hands
ot the government, and taking this
to be $4,030,400, the amount stated
in the government decree covering


the sale of the property was $57.-
564,932.76. There were no other
bidders and the road wer.t to the re-
organization committee without op-
position.

Moscow, in honor of the medical
congress just held there, gaye $1,000
for a prize to be awarded to some per-
"on who has done eminent service to
medical science during this genera-
tion. On Prof. Virchow's motion,
the prize w:-s given by the congress
to Henr) Dunant, founder of the Red
Cross Society, who is living in great
: poverty in bwitzerland.


~I


- Mails to Insure Safety.
New York Herald.
Recent dispatches reporting the
mysterious disappearance of a large
sum of money in transit through the
mails from a banking house in Chi-
cago to one of its western correspond-
oets, prompted the inquiry as to the
cause for such an amount being en-
trusted to the postal service, and
vwhen approached on thie subject a
prominent official of one of the lead-
ing exaoress companies stated that the
last year had witnessed a radical
change in tihe transportation of mon-
eys which formerly had been forward-
ed by express, but were now being
seat in many instances by mail, t. e
aggregate postage and registry fees
presenting a difference as compared
with ex-press rates that tempted ma-
ny to depart irom thle old method
and adopt the niw.
The official added further that ire-


siys was prniuinced encreit and is main dwelling?" him, I believe?"
aSng and active! "It is on the other side of the road al- "Yes, indeed. He saved my life."
A.remarkable surgical operation together. Mr. Lewis bought the farm "How was that?" In roply Everly
has been perf,,,mel upin A.lian De- opposite his own about two years ago, related the incident in detail. Mr. Tup-
liertoghe, a m hinait, of Sa Fr an- and ever since he has had the men per con tinued:
cesco. Fifteen yardr of .ani lver sleep there.' '"You consider then that you owe
isco. Fifteen yards oi lver wido. "And where do you sleep?" your life to this young man?"
as large around aa an onItinry lIyp.>- "In my own house," answered the "I do, most emphatically. I should
dermic needle hat- been intrilnae.I girl with an indignant toss of her head. hesitate at nothing to do him a service."
and coiled within his aiNrta--line ar- "I have heard that you have repeat-
terial channel lea ding directly Ifr.,m n edly said that you would risk your life
the heart, li'h.se fotl-five feet f'for him. Is that true?"
wire have bet n i.t.e re fo F-.teet me"It is. Did he not risk his life for
wire have b months and, surgeons say. saved hih ( All through the above Burrows, who
life. They were inserted at a time i was watching Mr. Barnes, was sur-
when death seemed certairni-c,,iiili- prised to nptioe that Mr. Barnes was
cations resulting fI'rom a severely in,- '- keenly scrutinizing the girl Sarah Car-
jured aorta, the patient's ti ,l l1,, peter, who was in evident distress,
ing an laneuri im -r saculatelm ii.n.-Ir and he at length suspected that this ex-
of the arterial wall. Its devel1.Inct 'I anmiation of Evcrly was really in some
way aimed at the young woman. Mr.
to a rupture ol lthe aorta wea ,.inly a e' Tupper continued:
question of tliin, withlll a(Lt .itci "'Were you prnscnutwhen Marvel quar-
as tlie result, says the Mlling and reled with tho deceased?"
and Scientific Press. The waire was "He did not quarrel with Mr. Lewis,"
Introduced into the ndistenided or ab- she Jumped off the stand and burst into answered Everly with some heat. "He
normal sac formed in the aorta, in tears. simplydid what anyman would-he
order partly to fill it anR(' form there But her temper affected Mr. Tupper as resented a gross insult "
a clot that would, in tiW contract little as though he had been made of "I think Ile fired at Mr. Lewis, did
and be there absorbed, thereby re- stone. With perfect composure he con- he not?" Everly was a little confused
storing the channel to its noraii:l tinuedsH
"At what time do you leave River- "He was very much excited and took
formation.. ian r your own home?" out his pistol. I don't think le would


Iqiint tain iarl1lbbiei jes a c- spelled
tle e ,'re c.mIll alia t k 14t e' -eat
ex ,..n-e in eIuippin ir thlro, h I--
a,,s with, conbinatidtn 4 wli el
i iecit hi. ips rove af-

ln ltle 1 .at ot rI ad 0gi*] to get at .
the e,intents, but tilrast van hlioulld
they Iei'eed, in lie yof cases ag[ OCsEi o>.
little winould be ob. iti heeoI. r t0 s T2I
pnain-onmi account ot llte smn of ^ AUTHQP OF "AN ARTIST IN CRIME. ETC.
the moneys ,limn expre e tI e ,nai l -S ^ i. ", ,,. o-.-O-----o ..
and thlat it wuuld not 't ataiil aCO'-.,cHT. asa rv O.A PUTNAM 0 so0s.
to expect I,:,t e"U"Cle wvonlh, "When I feel in'in'cd."
t l "am anre that tit would have beon "on. ..'Mr.r v th lt a
poro'l hIs-q .4 b 4 ,' N -m -. -tou. ir It ielit ,-n.iC.1 ..- .utle" 13.,=, l wer my questIon."
parcels 'r ne ar'Mr. .evW iT6.w'-t r& "I did anIrit r ."
il his car. as train 're- il f (OW. "Answer it again! What time do you
.1 col g, w here thimn.'v 's, nd As the doctor wa about to withdraw leave the farm?"
tI m t I S -Mr. Tupper st'l:PLd him ly askiLr,: "When I get through my work," she
at mw i ltheII mail In1,ea0, of tIme "Will you pl a e tnil us if you found answered sulleuly.
xliiess car. any marks, scatrs, yotu L.to.w, or birth- "Ahl That is better! Now, then, tell
li.ieii.-9 as 9to tla's.-e s e- I markr, bhy which thet iislutity of the us abont what. time that is usually?"
.fii, corpse might bi- estal.lislh,dl?" "I cau't tell. I have not kept track of
'aess.- coniln,:ie- w,,uild, take to o- "Nothing whatever. The f.ice anud it."
ai. the tli, aAffic elicit_..-Ile r', .lv that head have t. n turued beyond all pus- '"Well, then, at what time did you
he% lh: dexpnell ll h.r. rv si bii ty of rm-cogn it ion." start for hom(o c,(n Sunda.y ev ning?"
Ie I,:,I eXlci all the ,' ,u .. ,-"iro tlh- ltuins of such a nature "Look heel Wh\VLar zi.hr have you to
lonl thi -, S.ice in thia paft ii Mir- that- they a my auve been the causo rf ask meI all these qucsti _us?" Then
rimiing ilt-.n m n wii \ ,y .'s- death?" quickly turning to the cc.rn.j-r she con-
.sible piuiteelim. and rt'nine \l,],, "I should' say not, but of course if a tinted, '"Squire, have I got to answer
sie m, .tc ,, a i rni,,i, ,,,,v,, mnian were L'utnLd as badly a thic t he everything tnis nmin iks of me?"
antI u.iniaitiming the tihiere-, a,,.1 th it might subsequeutly die, though not so "You must tell all that you know,"
they wuI.l -inplv w'ai unil .i ,,'l quickly." replied the squire.
s as te rrer. Tulpr, adul'cssing the squire, "And what if I would "
INses as tile one rlerred t.- andi tn said: "You would be guilty of contempt."
aittlei'itiio >f the tiain inbl,.is tt thi, "I suppose th,-re is no doubt, as to tlne "And l whit of that?"
iew cIi;tniiiel lf r transpo'rtin.l i1llu '% 1idr:intty of theo t:,,dy, ut. in the- f-ac. of "I could haveyou confln,-edn jail and
,e ]t f.,r tra the fact that thi featurTs am ',so uuch kL-pt th,-ro uutil you wtre willing to an-
l .r biul ti lo neither a 'c.'f-liiI n ,r disfigur, d it would j.erhaps L.o as wsll sewer heo questions."
ir...titalle e.|.. int. to st-. k souie evidence in this direction." She pondered over this awhile and
ee "I have no doubt, said the silui.:., theu, turning to Mr. Tufppcr again, said
Dr. Nanmsen Tells Hof to RIeach "that Miss Lewis may be able to hilp shttIply:
tihe, Pole, us bt,.tter than any one. though I will "Tell me at once \%hint it is you are
. say this much myself: When I first saw trying to get out of me?"
Dr. Nansen, vl,,, ari.e II.II, thle the l oildy lying .by the cchimnn,y and "I want. to know at what time the
Lucania i\as taken nfl t(l itea,n.er .It leaned over it, I noticed that there maa shot was flrcd that killed Mr. Lewis."
,narantie, anil ta;ea ts New Ya.rk a name on the nightdress in large let- "How should I kuo\'?"
-,, it," aters." c"You woulil have heard the report if
oin the stcami,,lat F.tv.'rile. A ie- i saw that also," said Dr. Snow. I you had Lbe. in the house."
co'ttiomi \ias teilored to ,iiii lvy thie "It is in indelible ink and done with a' "Anid liow do you know I was in the
AO -il-a %%3 e.S g, pll, ial ritos at tencil plate. As m eight be expected, house?'"
i ii i the amu is John Lwis." "i That is vhat you must tll us."
(. ],,ker'i,,g Ha llI. - *"That in itself scews almost conclu- "Well, th1u, I Has not in the house."
When L ieilrl tleI n1ti',,. li- sive," observed the quite, "'butwe ca "If nint in thei bhr.se, where were you
ene aA.iU tm gel *lii \ ask isi" Lewis about the matter wheu wheu the shot wats fired?" ButL she was
C11 'i a t shk is icallled." too sbrewd to becaught in this trapand
nuelal va.g preenltc, to, Dr. Nanself Dr. Stow was th,:n allowed to leave replied:
,,,i.in thie Ameiiiicu Ggrali.-i-al S,- the stand. "1 did nMt Eny I heard the shot."
S* I "Now," said Mr. Tapper, "if we "You said you wvre not in the house
,i. v. D,' Nansen plied b. ii.-fiv, can we must try to discover the time of when the shooting took place. How
ilaiankiimg tln society f'.r thie lIm,,r the crnmo. I biliov,. squire, you are could you be sure of that unless you
rei. i. the one who last saaw Mr. Lowis alive. heard it from some other point?"
.' U,-,, h. e Can you tell at what hour that v--a, as "You said I would haio heard ittf I
SW*\Vo w i.;it \, .i i..-. "I went to see Mr. Lewis on the triumphdh tly. but Mr. Tulivert
-', -. -. jy^ l' ^- I-eighit of the mu-rder and waa sl Le weti.oun ....... .-,-<
said, '"an.. it turn, out saet A S parlor with himn nearly an hour. I must "Ahl Then you mean to say that you
haa.l been plainied bleuloiehlaidI. I i-Iy have gone about 8 o'clock, for it was did not hear the report?"
say thati tlhe ,..l, pr,.len is, Los,,me but half past when I reached my own "I don't mean to say anything of the
home." kind," she retorted with similar rapid-
oxrtent at lea,t, really solved. --in lmy "Then, of course, he was alive at ity. This was a trick of Mr. Tupper's
,.limninii there will be no gieat 'ifm- that hour. The detective, Mr. Barnes, to get his witness excited and then by
cult' in teaching the North P,,h,. has described to us the tracks which he rapid questioning to surprise her into
Sfound in the snow and also the discov- such an admission as she had just made.
There are var'ius ways of doing it. eryof the two pi--tols. These, he thinks, The words were scarcely uttered before
n.t-e way i- tl, get in (lie ice drift, as were fired at the time when or immedi- I she saw their import, and she continued
the [n'F:,an ,it. I think it. can ea.v ately after the snow had eenas-d falling savagely: "You are making me say
last night. \Vhthreithorof these shots what I don't mean. Why don'tyouask
I l. I.,, ti, by tile use ut dogs and ocaust-d the lde.th of Mr. Lewisor not., t for what you want to know without so
Ile.. That iQ, I believe, tile teth- least it is possible that one of them made much beating round the bush?"
Sithe flesh wound which Dr. Snuow has W 1ll, then, come to the point. Did
.,,1 ti tI .--I by tihe next exp.l.ieer. described. It will be well, therefore, to you hear the pistol shot on Sunday
1 idon' kntw hlie I..tailsof his plan, fix the time when the snowstorm night.?"
burt I k,.w lhat ,me main his d.,,ne ceased.', But the girl kept silent awhile and
d e o d t he l Jef Harrison was then called and then jumped off the stand, and dropping
in,l le no Aodilt that e swore to the facts whihli he had related into a seat burst into tears. Mr. Tupper
S .. to Amrica and that lieadded that e had and Mr. B:rt.re talked in low tones for
ill n ia tle stars and stipe r- to Mr. Barin qunestioed ahi daughters and several minut.-s, and then the former
ther n,.im i than any other TaIg hla aint they substantiated the opinion whispered t, th. ,quire, who called to
yet te.,:: mcied I hope he n:\ which he had given, the stand the workmen alluded to by
relih tl, e ,,Ie itself." e The next person called was Sarah the last witness. The squire himself
Lihit,.i-nat PeaI v was the next Carpenter. She came in from an ad- questioned mti, ,while thu lawyer and
s..eakr. tainin L. D. firinarl, ,I joining room, as did all the wituefses, det cti' c td. sparatly,
I,,.' [.nii., St tes Army. who w:. it haviug bee considrr(d impact but their t, ti,_,my shd no light on
i i. 'I i -a ih that one should not h]ar the testimony the mattr, :.5 the four older men had
'..l .. ,,,. |,aii t ih n-id tie ie- f the others prior to being etamind. the ^ ]' t to o e
,,,, f,,> ,,, ,,rn leiitudes p. i.r t,, Miss Carpenter sat down rath,.ir stifly, spent the er , g at the saloon, while
mihe Nan.,.,n exlpeditin,, also-spoke. and it-was evident that shows a reluc- the younger had retired to the house
tat witness. across the irad .aud had gone to sleep at
Ielinarkaiblo Operations. "You are a servant at riverside o'(hl-k ou he le vning u question,
lIr. I aal a 1 thi Ie Citv f Mexic., farm?" asked Mr. Tupper. ingduriug time nir.ht. By this time Sa-
SIai- an de i c- "I assist Miss Lewis in taking cnro e
'l.[i l an ierati,,ndeclae.l of the house, Lnt I do not call mIv-lf a rah Carpenit:r hd r,:c,,ver-d from her
t, I.e wiith..ut a parallel, having sIIe- servant," was the reply. The lawyer emotion and w t, .i.ti.ig quietly on the
ll. ,lcr.teI o. and saved le had evidentlyy gained her ill will at the frout bench. 1 ill Ev. rly was then call-
outset, but he took no notice of the as- ed and tc:k the stanl. As he did so
1ic .1 a a1:in wi.,, hal reeiveId a perity of her manner. Sarah seenme'l mun.h agitate'r, and with
hIife winmiil in thie u1,,er righ-lit haunl **Are there any servants at all?" difficulty k, pt l;.,r .,.mrpomure. Mr.
.-I ,t e neck mtting ant te ar "I uppfe so" Barnes, who v as watching her, noticed
.tle neck ttin into he ar "How many?" her discomfort and smiled to himself as
t,.liI aitery. ThIe patieit l st thiee "I don't call any of them servmants. one conscir'us ,of Hieingu correct in some
1i, ,,i1 bl ,I,,I an wata in aim exhiai.-t. There are four men who woik on the surmie. Mr. Tupp.r pTroc-ded.
I ci "l it i, in T h' ,cr-iM i tied farm and a boy to do the hor.s.'" "Mr. E f ''," i'i h':. "I believe
le doctor- rem,;,\el coa,[ji.latal Iood "Doanyof these sleep in thehous?'" you are a f:-.Knd of Mr. Walter Mar-
mid it ce eiii a' j- l i h0.e "No; they all sleep in a separate out- vel?"
rnd succeeded nally e in t,1,pIing, the building." "I hope so, sir."
emorrohage. Tlie |,.tieit in hilteen "How far is that building from the "You are under some obligation to


accompanied by loss of energy,
lack of thought-power, means
a deficient supply' of. nourish-
ment. The vital force is lost.
It isn't a question of muscle and
sinew, but of resistance and .
endurance. At any age,- but
especially In youth, It Involves
the risk of lung disease. Loss
of flesh and a cough are thread
ening signs.




of Cod-liver 011,. with the hypo-
phosphites, meets these cases
perfectly. It tones up, fattens .
and strengthens.
In Scott's Rmulslon the taste
61 the oil is fully disguised,
ma kng It almost as palatable
as mflw
ELo Mae & at


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really have fired it, but Miss Lewid
struck his arm and the weapon was die-
charged. I think t was an accident."
"But did be not utter thifeats agaifaf
Mr. Lewis as he went away?"
"He only said what was natural un-
der the circunt stances-that he would
get even. ButI know Walter, and
doubt if he remembered what he had
said as long asthe next day."
"Mr. Everly," said the lawyer im-
pressively, "it is vety Worthy of yU td*
defend your friend, but be careful lest
in doing so you damage your own
cause."
And Burrows" saw Sarafth Carpete
shrink closer into the corner, vanIly e
deavoring to appear unconcerned. , *
"Why, what do you mean?" naked
"I wiU be candid with ,O I. Ior
have just admitted that you Wold i4-
peril your life to serve your friend. Yod
knew, after the quarrel between thee4
men, that John Lewis would ever be a
barrier to keep Marvel from marrying
the woman of his choice. Do you see
your position now?"
"Not clearly Go oun" said the wit
ness hoarsely.
"Unless you can prove that you were
not at Riverside that night, it might be
thought--I say it might be;-that yomf
committed this crime."
Everly hung his head as he replidt
"I was at the farm." Sthis statement
was followed by a suppressed cry from
the corner where Sarah Carpenter wad
sitting. All those present looked grave,
for the words, as Everly spoke them,'.
sounded almost like a confession of
guilt. Mr. Barnes alone seemed not to
be surprised.
"What were you doing at the farm?"
asked Mr. Tupper, resuming the exam-
ination.
S [To BE COiNTIxUED.J .

INTERESTING EXPERIMEh1f.

A School Governed by a Writ-
ten Constitution in 1817.
Harper's Round Table.
T'ihe most interesting experiofent
in education, so far as I knowv, as'
well as one of the earliest, was niade
by one Rowland Hill when lie was d
very yotng man. The "system" was
nothing more nor less than a written
constitution under which the boys
governed thesinmelAes. "I drew up a
set of resolutions," lie writes, "which
were unanimously passed at a generate
meeting of the school." This was in
1817, and be w ,ay tr t6 .

-""mBed iO t5 hadll of ta-e oys
into an elaborate and mintttely dMr'
taile3 set of laws, wnicli filled more
than a hundred closely printed pages.
Certaizfof the features af the systefit
as described by Rolana Hill, are very
interesting.
"Sooti after midsummer, in 1816,
I estallinhed a court of justice in the
school. The judge is chosen, monthly'
by the boys. The sheriff and the keep-
er of thA records is chosen in the same
manner. The attorney and solicitor-
general are appointed by me. The'
judge appoints the inferior officers-
as the clerk and the crier of the court,
the constable, etc. The jury consists
of six boys chosen by the ballot. * *
The sheriff keeps a book in which hW
sentences."
The penalties imposed were "the for-
feiture of prebpial marks, a certain
number of which entitle a boy to a holi-
day." Apparently the-' swell1 in'th'i
constitutional school was the' chief -
magistrate, who, it is recorded saves
the masters "a deal of trouble," atu6
actually "put a stop to a practice" *
which before it "had never before been'
found possible tq check-namely that;
of throwing stones."
If, as some scientists say, a normal
boy lives through all the periods that
marks the development of our race, it
will appear that Rowland Hill's con-
stitution under the very efficient mag-
istrate deprived the boys of their right
of the stone age.


Depression


of Spirits

so common In summer-tyme,


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MARIT IM E. LOCAL DRIFT.

-Read the Item below in reference
to taxes, amount and method of pay-
ment of same, carefully and govern
yourself accordingly,
-A good big Tablet for 5 cts; a farger
one for 8 cts and a good thick school
tablet with 175 leaves for' 10 cts; all with
handsome covers and good, tiled paper,
at the BuoY office.
be** 1 --Send 16 cents in currency or post-
NoTZ.-It must be remembered that the g stamps to C. McFadden, Asist-
wind is not a wholly reliable motive pow-ae stamps to H. C. McFadden, Assist-
er and if the sailors sometimes find it im- ant General Passenger Agent, Plant
possible to make schedule time it mus t be System of Railways, Savannah, Ga, for
*t arged to the elements; they do the best deck of handsome playing cards.
they can. --Our correspondent will please bear
in mind that their favor must be mailed
The fishing smack Agnes Belle early enough to reach us not later than
belonging to the Arras Fish packing Monday evening; otherwise they cannot
Co., of Pensacola came into the bay appear in the current issue.
from 'Tampa Saturday night in a -Everyone desires to keep informed
on Yukon, the Klondyke and Alaskan
leaky condition. Capt. Re nick be. gold fields. Send 10c for large Compen-
ing unable with his entire crew to dium of vast information and big color
keep the water from gaiinng upon map to Hamilton Pub. Co., Indianapo-
the pumpsp. She tied at Ware's what lis, Ind.
S-Parents and guardians interested in
and sent a telegramto the owner at securing the most practical Business
Pensacola, advising them of the sit- Education for their c"idren at the least
Aviation and& received an order in re- expense, should co. )~a'nd ith the
gturd to hire men and'come with, the DeFuniak Business C ege, DeFuniak
first wind to ertsacola. At. this Springs, Fla. Catalogue free.
ha-Wagoners and fish haulers can find
writing,. she still lies at the wharf plenty of fish all the time and fish roe
awaiti'nga favorable wind. and oysters in their season at W. H.
The schooner Gannett arrived from Shand's store, Parker, Fla.; also pleas-
Pensadola yesterday afternoon. ure boats for those wishing to make ex-
The. schooner Cleopatra departed cursions to the Gulf or elsewhere.
Tuesday evening en route for Pen- -The St. Andrews Bay Horticultural
,a cola. and Improvement Association is prepar-
ed to clear, improve and plant into fruit
NAPHTHA LAUNCH, any tract of land which may be given
G L A D Y S. them. It will pay 9ll persons to buy a
CAPT. FRANK WI'THERILL. tract from them add have it improved.
Carries the East Bay Mail between St. -Handsome letter heads with St.
Andrews Bay, Wetappo and intermedi- Andrews Bay date line and views of
ate points. Leaves St. Andrews daily either St.Andrews Bluff, or Buena Vista
(except Sunday) at 6:00 a. m.; arrive at
Wetappo at 6 12:30 p. i.; leave Wetappo Point, at 8c. per dozen; also map of the
at 1:00 p. m.; arrives at S.. Andrews at St. Andrews Bay country on back of a
7:30 p. ni. Makes landings regularly at letter sheet at 12c. per dozen, at the
Harrison, Cromanton, Parker, Pitts- BuoY office.
burg andFarmdale. For passenger and -Bulletin No. 48, from the Florida
freight rates, see rate card iun the sev- Agricultural Experiment Station at
eral postoffifices. E i
DAVID M. WITHERILL, Contractor. Lake City, treating upon a "Chemical
Study of Some Florida Soils" has been
PACKET SCHOONER issued and will be sent to any address
CLEOPATRA. upon a request being sent to the direct-
ROBT GWALTNEY, MASTER. or of the station.
Leaves St. Andrews Bay every Tuesday, hat the richest and largest depos-
leaves Pensacola every Friday; its of gold the earth has ever produced
(weather permitting). Special atten- up to the present time have been found
tion will be given to receiving and in the Alaska Klondyke country is now
forwarding freight tor parties living on an established fact. We call your at-
East and North ,Bay, passengerss for an established fact. We call your at-
points on either arm of the Bay can tention to the advertisement of the
depend upon securing prompt trans- Alaska Klondyke Gold Mining Compa-
portation at reasonable rates. For ny in another column.
further information apply to -If you are thinking of buying prop-
L. WARE ty in St. Andrews or immediate vi-

A Week's Weather. cinity, you cannot afford to purchase
The following table' shows what the until you have conferred with the pro-
temperature at St. Andrews has been prietorof the BuoY. If you are short of
during the past week, from observations money and want to buy on your own
Lake at the Bvor office each &wor!nilg time or actual settlement you can be
Sandnod
Thur ... .... LNov4 -'-.- Andrewe B-y fi as apreient ex-
F-idav y...".. 5 7-2 pereneftig a season of Florida's typi-
Batnday.'...... 74 g cal delightful November weather. The
Sunday.... ... 7 T i 88 very light frosts that have touched in
Moaday....... 8 6i; 75 some of the lowest places have clothed
WTuesday ....... 190 56 7 here and there a bush or a tree in gor-
S" geous autumn array, and he or she who
BE SURE yon get what you Want enjoysor appreciates the beautiful in
when yon ask for Hood's 8arsapa- nature involuntarily exclaims, "Fair
rilla. Unequalled In Merit, Sales,unres. Florida Forever!"
There's no substitute for HOOD'S. --Sweet are the juices of Florida
: cane, and sweetest of all the syrup ob-
DOLLIE AND HER WHEEL tainted; and no one understands better
Mbe WM A, ,n than G. W. Surber of Pretty Bayou the
S heeor es Were Too Plentiful, modus operandiof securing the best re-
Dollie has had to give up her wheel sults in the manufacture of the great
by order of her doctor, staple. It is a common and well-found-
As that same worthy prescribed the ed belief that, with age, Florida Syrup
"silent steed" only a few months ago I assumes a semi-fermented condition
was greatly interested in his sudden and its flavor is considerably impaired
"change of base" and asked Dollie the in consequence; but Mr. Surber has
season thereof. brought the BUOY a bottle of syrup
"Oh, it wasn't the wheeL That did brought the Buoy a bottle of syrup
me lots of good. It was the-the-the manufactured and put up by himself
wheel accessories. They gave me nerv- two years ago, that has all the delicate
oris prostration," said Dollie. flavor and is in every way equal to the
I expressed my amazement by lifted best when first manufactured.
eyebrows, and the victim of "wheel ac- -The office of the Lake City Report-
cessories" continued with dignity: er was destroyed by fire on the evening
"To begin with, I bought a wheel of Oct. 28, and almost the entire plant
and learned to ride. The first weeks ol was ruined. The origin of the fire was
whizzing through the air on my shining un ,
steed did me worlds of good. Soon aft- known, but inasmuch as the propri-
erward my troubles began. Cousin John etor had visited and inspected the
saw my saddle and made remarks about premises only a short time before the
it that are really unprintable. It was a fire, to make sure everything was safe,


very good saddle and a comfortable one, it would look as though it was the work
but I changed it for two uncomfortable of an incendiary, although the charge
bumps on two steel rods that John said is not made by the editor, who express-
*ere hygienic. After that every saddle
a Ih eaine Before h es the most profound gratitude to the
my wheel two months IBefo had bought citizens of Lake City, who are gener-
three different saddles, and even today ously assisting in procuring an outfit to
I cannot see a bicyclist go by Without put the paper upon its feet again.
experiencing a wild desire to pluck him -Taxes for the year 1897 are now
fron-iA pe inaorder rtoexamine it. due and will become delinquent April
Mania? Of course it's a mania, but 1, 1898, unless the time for payment is
wasn't I told too get interested in the extended before that time, which it is
wheel to take my mind off of other not likely to be. All those who expect
things? the BuoY to attend to the payment of
"But that wasn't the worst of it. same are advised to make certain that
One day one of the boys came in with a
new lantern. I immediately discarded they hav6 a credit on our tax book
my old one and got one like his. Then sufficient to meet the amount, which
I bought a repair kit and changed my will mean that the tax will certainly be
handle bars. Shortly after that I in- paid, as heretofore; but if such credit
vested in a pair of Blank's unpunctura- is not shown, even though the amount
ble tires. Of course that led to my buy- seems insignificant, they just as cer-
ing Miqui corkers and other contriv- tainly will not be paid unless some sne-
ance for mending- holes. My room be- cial arrangement is made to that end.
mnme a storehouse for old lanterns, cialarrangement is made to thatend.
pumps and puncture menders, odd bells The tax this year is 17f mills, as corn-
and brakes, tools and tires. Every one I pared with 121 mills Ilast year; hence
met I -uestioned about the efficacy of in providing for payment this year, add
this polishing paste or the usefulness of about 33 per cent., or one.third more
that chain brush. Every magazine I than the amount shown upon your re-
opened was so full of ads. about pumps ceipt for 1896. This notice shall be
and bells' and saddles and kits that I deemed sufficient for all patrons of the
could read nothing else. Finally, in theBuo who wish it to attend to the pay
enthralling pursuit of the newest wrin- Buom who wish it to attend to the pay-
kles |-bicycle sundries, I forgot the meant of their taxes.
wheel itself, and-well, I gave it up. -Of a dozen o- more different varie-
It was*' question of that or padded ties of strawberries tested at the BuoY
cell. "--New York Truth. Farm. the Nonesuch is the only one
* "The worst cold I ever had in nry'lffe that has given entire satisfaction, the,
was cured by Chamberlain's Cough Rem- plants proving the hardiest to wi th-
Sstand insect enemies, the fruit the fin-
,dy." whites W. H. Norton, of utter est and a most persistent and constant
Owrek, Cal. "This cold left me, with a yielder uptil after every other variety
Scough and I was expectorating all the has ceased bearing We have a few
time. The, Rimedy cured me, and I want thousand plants of this excellent varie-
all my friend when troubled with ty for sale at 50c per 100; 6c extra if
IIh my fred s when itoroubied with a sent by mail For the south,,now is a
congh or a cold to use it. for it will do snle'did time to plant; for farther
them good. Sold rb L. M. Ware & Co., north, place your orders now and get
St. Andrews and Bay ead. and all red- the plants as soon as the season will


-Wannamaker & Brown's samples
for Tailor Made Suits at L. M. Ware &
Co's. Call a,'d 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.
-Allan's Tasteless Chill Tonic With
Iron cures chills, fevers, lagrippe, in-
termittent, bilious and malarial fevers,
dumb ague, swamp fever, dengue aud
diseases originating from a torpid liver
or malaria. Cures fever from colds,
winter fever (pneumonia) and as a gen-
eral anti-periodic medicine is unex-
celled. For sale at the Pioneer Drug
Store, St. Andrews, Fla.
-Reports received by Tuesday even-
ing's mail as to the yellow fever situa-
tion are more encouraging than they
have been at any time since the first
cases were reported. New Orleans re-
ports only 13 new cases for Nov. 7. Mo-
bile, only 4 new cases and no deaths;
while a marked improvement is notice-
able at all the minor infected points.
With corresponding i provement for a
few days more, we may expect to see
the quarantines lifted and the annoying
embargo on business removed.

The Young Peoples Baptist Un n
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.

HOW TO MAKE
THE NATION STRONG.
4
Gov. Bloxhum Answers Queries
Propounded in a Recent
Speech by President Mc-
Kinley.
On the i.ight of Nov. 5, President
McKir.ley, in a speech at Cincinnati,
propounded the following interroga-
tories:
"First-What will make the na-
tion strongest and best?
"Second-What will make its cit-
izenship the most perfect and effect-
ive in government?"
The Chicago Tribune wired Gov-
ernor Bloxhamn for answers to these
questions and he sent the following
reply:
"Answer first-Equa! laws and
equal opportunities produce a con-
tented and prosperous people, make
a country strongest and best. Leg-
islation enriching favored classes by
law breeds inequality and discontent,
and a discntented people are never
the strongest and best.
Answer second-Virtue and intel-
ligence are the fountain heads of go.od
citizenship, and a governl,iteit by
such forces renders citizen hip useful
and most effective, When nschl
forces are supplanted in government-
al control by wealth accumulated. ly
class legislation, good citizenship i.
dwarled, and to that extent is less
useful and effective."
Conversational Pitfalls.
Miss Meadowsweet-Excuse my ig-
norance, but ought I to call you Mr.
Squills or Dr. Squills?
The Doctor-Oh, call me anything
you like. Some of my friends call me
an old fool.
Miss Meadowsweet-Ah, but that's
only people who know you intimately!


ROW OOT TO KNEE
Ohio Womr Suffered Great Agony
From a T ble Sore-Her Story of
the Case, nd Her Cure.
"For many ears I was afflicted with a-
milk leg, and few'years ago it broke out
in a sore and read from my foot to my
knee. I suff ed great agony. It would
burn and itc all the time and discharge
a great deal. y health was good with
the exception of this sore. I tried a great
many kinds of salve, but some would
irritate the sore so that I could hardly
stand the pain. I could not go near the
fire without suffering intensely. Some one
sent me papers containing testimonials of
cures by Hood's Sarsaparilla, and I told
my husband I would like to try this med-
icine. He got me a bottle and I found it
helped me. I kept on taking it until my
limb was completely healed. I cannot
praise Hood's Sarsaparilla enough for the
great benefit. it has been to me. It
cleanses the'bl3Dd of all impurities and
leaves it. rich and pure." MRs. ANNA E.I
EAKEN, Whitt lesey, Ohio.
You can buy Hood's Sarsaparilla of all
druggists. Be sure to get only Hood's.
S ill are the favorite family
lood' P s cathartic. Price 25c.


I !i l t. Audiwvs on Fi
day. the 19,li day of November, A. D
1897, for the 1Purpose of collection
the state and county taxes for th
year 1897. A. Q. JoNES,
Tax Collector.

Personal. ,
L. E. Thompson,a heavy real estate
dealer of Peis.acola and a party (
lour other gentlemein whose names
were notlearned, but who were iunler-
stood to 1e tnrjpentine farmers arrived
here on Saturday afternoon, tj look
after s.ome extensiive land interests he
has on St. Aindrews Bay. His biLf
stay terminated by his departure via
Bayhead M,,n.lay morning.
She Supervises a Farm.
In spite of being college bred the abil-
ity to earn a living in the most busi-
nesslike manner has been proved by
Miss Anna T. Hayes of Louisville. She
is now taking personal supervision of
her father's farm of 200 acres. She is
devoting time and money to the devel-
opment of a special breed of pigs for
the specially cored hams of which there
is a growing demand in the state. The
pigs are fattened on sterilized milk,
meal and apples and are brought up to
a uniform weight. The hams are cured
on the farm. The young woman is mak-
ing a complete success of her venture.

Bright Valet.
Valet (to officer's fiancee)-My lieu-
tenant has sent me to bring you this
bouquet of forest flowers, plucked by
his own hand.
Fiancee-('h, how poetic! And how
long it ust save taken to gather them!
Vale l tndeed, miss, it took me near-
tyai4 are--.Fliegende Blatter.
Setaf Remarkable Fasters.
As masters the sect of .Jains, in India,
are far ahead of all rivals Fasts of
from 80 to 40 days are very common,
and once a year they are said to abstain
from food for 75 days.
When bilious or costive, eat a Cascaret
candycathartic, cure guaranteed, 10c, 25c
Cascarets -limulate the liver, kidneys and
bowels Never sicken, weaken or gripe
50 cents

Suend 16 cects in currency or postage
stamps to H. C. McFadden, Assistant
General Passenger Agent, Plant Sys-
tem of Railways, Savannah, Ga., for
deck of handsome playing cards.


A Woman's Best Friend,
Is Dr. Coonley's famous Orange Lily. It
is a guaranteed CURE for painful periods,
leuchorihoea and all female troubles, by
anll APPLIED TREATMENT. It cures where all
other remedies fail. We want every
suffering woman to use this wonderful
remedy, and will send FREE OF CHARGE, a
valuable Medical Health Guide, and
TRIAL TREATMENT upon receipt of your ad-
dress. What more can you ask? Write
at once and cure yourself AT HOME, with-


Time T LAhc ja U-cItect SePt. 51th, 1097.


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8:00 p.m. 7:55 a.m Lv Montgomery Ar 7:45 a.m. 9:20 o Ui.
9:43 p.m. 9:44 a.m "' Troy 6:04 a.m. 7:35 p.m.
3:56p.m. 11:07 a.m. Ar Ozark. Lv 4:47 a.m. 6:2-2 p.m1
1:32 p.m. 11:42 p.m Pinckard -4. -a*4i an.m. 5:50
1:48 a.m. 2:18 p.m Bainbridge '1.-18 a.m1. 3:43 p. i
3:00 a m. 3:55 u.m Thomasville '" 1:45 a m. 2:35 p.in
3:44 a.m. 4:44 p.m. Quitman 11:49 a.m. 1:35 p.,r
4:12 a.m. 5:15 .m. Va.dosta 11:19 p.m. 1:04 p.m
1:55 a.m. 6:03 p.m. Dupont 10:31 p.m. 12:16 r.m.
5:50 a.m. 7:0F p.m. Ar Waycross 9:30 p.m. 11:15 a.in
8:20 a.m. 9:30 p.m. Ar Jacksonville Lv 7:00 p.m. 8:20 a, .n.
Train No 82 leaves Montgomery, 4:00 p.m.; Troy,6:40 p.m; Pinckard,10:2'.a.mi.
Train NoS3 arrives Montgomery, 1':45 a.m : Troy, 8:00 a.m; Pinckard., .coi am
6:00 a.m. 9:30 p.m. I.v Waycro.,s Ar 7:50 p.m. J'l:04) a m.
):50 a.m. 12:30 a.m.Ar Savannah *'" 4:00 p.m. 8:44 a.m.
4:50 p.m. 5:10 a.m. Charleston Lv 6:30 a.m. 6 30 a.m.
3:001 a.m1. 8:10 r,.nm. Lv Wac,'o.e.s Ar 7:45 p.m. 9:45 a.m.
7:50 a.m. 10:30 p.ni. Ar Bruiin ick Lv 5:15 r.nm. 7:00 a.m.
):20 a.nm. 9:45 p.m. Lv Jacksonville Ar 6:40 o.m. 7:31 a.mn
):30 a.m. Ar St Augustine ",
):55 a.m. 12:15 a.m. Palatka 4:65 p.m. 5:00 a m
1:20 p.m. 3:45 a.m. Sanford 2:16p.m. 1:4-.t 1A
2:52 p.m. 4:53 a.m. Winter Park. 1:26 p.m. 12:30 a n
3:05 p.m. 5:05 a.m. Orlando ]:15 p.m. 12:17 L n
3:43 p.m. 5:48 a.m. Ki .i.nn-e j2:46 p.m. 11:31 p..n.
5:20 p.m. 7:40 a.m. Lakeland Lv]]:37 anm. 9:45 p.m.


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Lakeland


6:50 p.m. 7:40 a.m. Lv Lakelrand
7:30 p.m. o:15 a.m. Ar Tampa
7:40 p.m. Tamna RBay Hotel
9:55 a.m. Port Tampa
1:"0 n.m. Ar Punta Gorda


Ar 8:04 p.min. 8:04 a.m.
,' 6:25 p.m. 6:015 .1.111.
4:50 p.m. 4:,20 a.mni..
3:55 p.m. 3:15 a.m.
S2:05 p.m. 1:30 a.m.
1 12:22 p.m. 1-2:05 n.m.
Lv .9:30 a m. 9:30 p.n..
Ar 11:37 n.m. 9:15 p.m.
Lv 10:30 a.m. '0)- p.m.
7:45 a.m. 7:50 p.m.
".10:00 a.m. 7::25 p.m.
Lv 3:20 p.m.


Trains No0. 57 and 58 carry Pull-nan Palace Sleeping Cars letnween Ja.cksonville
and 41. Louiso. also through day coach Nhween Jacksoivitle and Nashville: alo free
reclining chair cars between .lacksoinville and Montgoierv. Nos. 33 and 36i varrt
Pullman Pa lace Sleeping Carsbetwee-i Jacksonville a i Nashville. No<. -2 and
'3 d lilv exe pt Sunday: all otfer dnily. ''or any other informat'or. apply to anv
Plant Svt.-m agent, or R. L. TODD. Dir. Pass Agt. Montgomery. Ala., C. H.
McFADDEN. Ast. G. P. A. B. W WRENN. Pass.TraT Mgr.
S t -, - . 0 1 f 1_ 6 1t -


LEGAL NOTICES.

TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.
The St. Anrews Bay Horticultural and
Improvement Association having been re-
organized and incorporated as the St.
Andrews Horticultural and Improvement
Company. under the laws of the State of
Florida, tliisis to notify all persons hold-
ing paid-up memberships in the former
association who wish to identify them-
selves with the new company, that they
can have their memberships converted
into stock of the new company by 1 ending
them to the secretary, together with
stamp for return postage.
R. E. HOWARD, Secy.
Divorce Notice.
First Judicial Circuit of Florida-- Circuit
Court of Washington County.
Jiia Ann J. Brock. Complainant, vs. T.
W, Br ck, Defendant-Bill for Divorce.
It being made to appear by the sworn
aliegatious of said bill of complaint that
the defendai.t. is a non resident, it is
therefore ordered that the defendant T.
W. Brock do appear, plead, answer or de-
mur to &aid bill of complaint on the 6th
day of December, A. D.. 1897, or said bill
will be taken as confessed, and that this
order he published once a week for four
consecutive weeks in the St. Andrews
Buor, published in St. Andrews in the
aforesaid county and state.
Done and ordered this the 13th day of
Oct A D.,1897. W. B. LASSITrER.
C(lrk Circ nit Court Washington Co.


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

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


By special iiieintents with the publishers we will accept subscriptions
for tile *6//WS4 7*,5 4&

Leslie's Illustrated Weeklv
or ,o, yea.r fl $3.00.
W he \\'lc v.I c, n--i lei-11 at lie i, ice' of LeSlie's Weekly
,ile i- $4.00 a year, y,,ii an readily see what a splendid
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Leslie's Weekly is lihe ol.--. and be.t establislbei
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S lu ot i st p iopnit arandl th(li mu t enterpri.si ng; its illustrations
are all of the highest order aain are superbly printed.
'h- ere is no imn))ortiant event happening. either at h'one
or abroad, biu that a LESLIE representative is on hand to chronicle with
pen andt pencil.
lubscrilil now loth f,,' yourself a nld soni. friendly's Chliiitmaia gift.
remember that the only terms by whi(ilih yon can avail yOnIrself of this
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STHE POMONA NUIRSERTIES


Mobile to Carrabelle, via Pensacola, St. Andrews

Bay, Cromanton and Apalachicola.


255 Tons Burden. Passenger Capacity 50
StAndrews BLy andES:

Mobile to -... .,omanto ..... 5 00 St Andrews Bay to Apalachicola.. 2 50
Apalaobicola.......... 7 00 Carrabelle..... 3 00
Carrabelle ............ 8 00 Apalachicola to Carrabelle....... 7E

EAST BO'5ND. WEST BOUND.
LEAVE. ARRIVE.
5th, 15th and 25th at 7 p.m...........Mobile.......... 12th, 22d and 2d a.m.
7th, 17th and 27th p.m .. Andrewsay ad- ..11th, 21st and 1st a.m.
8th, 18th and 2Sth a. 1.......... Apalachicola........llth, 21st and 1st p. m.
ARRIVE. LEAVE.
th, 19th and 29th a m. .........Carrabello .... Oth, 20th and 30th noop

Connects at Apalachicola with steamers up Chattahooehee River. At
Carrabelle with C'. T. & G. Railroad for Tallahassee.
For further information, freight rates and special rates for large parties
address, CAPT. ,jAS. 1 C, M obile, Alabama.

Yellow Jack Killed Chiehester's EneEs Diamend Brand.
Cascarets Candy Catharttc kills Yellow -0NNYROYAL PILLS
Jack wherever ticy find him. No one -E Orgin d.OnlyPGeuLne. AjL
who takes Gascare.ts regularly and svs- '. rSalway rciable. LAa IS
tematically is in danger from the dread- mond Brandtn edandO mstaUio W
ful disease. Cascarets kill yellow fever c a n other. Refui da ebon. Takeus
germs in the bowels ane prevent new ones i" i- stiuandmUiforparticularstgsa.ornd.4
from breeding. lOc, 25c and 50c; all 4 "'ielie for Iadlee" druggists. o NicLetsrCencal 0,M P
oid bj all Local D'-"-.ta. Ieh llad P
Notice ,
Ts herebyv given to all pa.rHhs ho'dinig
claims against the estate of John Con i The Old R Illable
stantine, late of Washliiigtor county, (de-' ;
ceased, to present them to tone under--
signed administrator within twelve tablishia rseatSmal
month. I from the date hereof, or the same married or single, In cases of exposure,
will he-barred 1b' the statute ,f limita- abuses, exesses or improprieties. SKILE
tion. W.I. SINGLETARY, Admr. i G UWT.E. oar. ar a apartments


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Thursday, Nov. 11, 1897.

ST. ANDREWS
PRICES CURRENT.
Corrected by L. M. Ware & Co.
GROCERIES.
kugar, ^ lb Tea, lb
Granulated .....62( He No....... 75
Coffee,A. .... 61( Gunpowder.. 80
Lt brown..... 6 Uncol'd Jap.. 50
coffee, Cond milk, 1 can
Green.... 12@20 Unsweetn'a. 12,1,
Arbuckle, 6 1b $1 .Sweetened... 8Y3
linger snaps 3b 25 Baking powder
crackers, soda 7 Royal....... ..50
,obauco, plug 25a50 Campbell...... 10
raisinss Canned fruit
London layers..U12t Peaches.... 15a20
Valencia...... 8 T tomatoes. ... 7al0
lie( ....... 6 Apples........ 10
Apples Pears ......... 15
Evaporated...8y% Plums,......... 25
Dried Peaches 8 Apricot........ 25
Doal Oil prgal... .15 Strawberries... 20
gasoline .....20 Pineapple..... 20
lorida Syrup... 40 Canned Meats
:oney.........1.00 Roast Beef. ... 12
tinegar........ 30 Corned Beef..12Y1/
Cheese pr lb... 15 Chipped Beef.. 20
Butter......... 25 Lobster....... 20
Lard .... .... 6 Salmon........ 15
Beans.......... 4 Canned Vegetables
Cocoanut pkg... 10 Baked Beans... 15
FiuitPnddine... 10 Corn......... 124
Jelly, glase.. 15a25 Peas....... 15
Lime Juice...... 50 Pumpkin ...... 15
Eggs per doz.... 15
PROVISIONS.
Flour Pork
S 0 NY2.... 2,85 D.S.prlb......6k
Majestic ..... 3.00 Bacon Sides.. ...7
'orn Meal pr bu 60 Fresh....... 8o10
rat Meal pr lb,... 5 Br'kf'st Bacon..11
.sorn per bu........58 Ham canvassed 13
potatoess 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 Milk pr qt...... 10
HARDWARE.
Nails, per 1b3,1a4i Ax,with handle. 80
Galv wire do.6a6; Hoes, each. ... 35a50
Manilla rope...9al2Copper paint, can 45
Stoves cook,. .$8a25 Linseed oil, gal55@60
Pipe, per joint 15
DRY GOODS,
Prints, per yd.. 5a8 Checks ....... .5a6
Slheetings .... 5a9 Flannel....... 15a40
luslin...... 9all Thread per spool. 5
leans....... 15a45 Shoes, ladies..$1a2 75
Extrapants pat 225 ,Men's... $140a300
MISCELLANEOUS,
Hay pr cwt..75al.l1 Oats pr bu...... 40
Bran....... 95al.05 Brick'pr M.... .13.00
Rope Sisal .....7@9 Lime pr bl...... 75
FRUIT and NUTS.
Oranges pr doz.. Pecans pr lb.. .. 15
Apples........ 12 W walnuts. ....... 20
Lemons ......... 30 Almonds........ 15
OYSTERS
In shell prl,000 1.50 Opened pr qt .. 1 5c
LIVE STOCK.
Horses... $80al)00 Cows....... $15a$25
Mules... $100a$155 Hogs... ...$3 to $4
'xen.. pr yoke $40 Sheep.......... $2f
POULTRY
CO'ickenseach l 15a25 Geese each. 45.t50
hirkeys .... 75al.00 Ducks_.... 1.4-9a
GAMfE.
Venison pr lIb 7a10 Turkeyi......i.'al.00
FISH.
Presh Salt
Mullet pr doz 25c Mullet pr bbl 5.00
Trout. ......,., 25 Trout...... . 4.50
Puimpano pr1 b. 6 Pompano.... 10.00
Sturgeon....... 10 Mackeal .... 8.00
LUMBER. 1-E
Flooring, Ceiling.
i.aart, m...$16.0 Heart, m '.... 1i4.00
Face ... 14.00 Face ... 12.00
Sap 10 Sap ... 10.00
Drop siding, Cl:telai':, cab
Heart face ipm 15.00 2x(i in. m...$12.00
San 10.00 Finishing lum-
Buff lumber.. 8@12 her, d... $12@15.00
Heart shingles, 2.50 Lath, V m.... 2.00
Sap 1.50 Boat lumber,
dressed.... $20


How's This?
We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward
for any case of Catarrh that cannot be
cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F. J. CHENEY&CO., Props., Toledo,O.
We the undersigned, have known F. J.
Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe
him perfectly honorable ?n all business
transactions and financially able to carry
out any obligations made' by their firm.
West &Traux, Wholesale D uggists,
Toledo, 0.
Walding, Kinnan & Marvin,
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, 0.
Hall's Ca'arrh Cure is taken internally,
acting (ire tly upon the blood aid mu-
cous suriaces of the system. Price, 75c
per hottle. Sold by all druggists, Testi-
monials, free.
Halrs Family Pills are the best.
. -------- w-*- ------
--Send 16 cents in currency or post-
age stamps to H. C. McFadden, Assist-
ant General Passenger Agent, Plant
System of R always, Savannah, Ga., for
deck of handsome staying cards.
nigns of the rTimes.
A sacrilegious patent medicine sign
painter, following in the wake of a
party who was painting Scriptural texts
on rocks and fences in north Georgia,
found the text distributor very helpful
in booming his business. For instance,
the line
Give me a clean heart
had been placed in big, red letters on a
rock. Below it the medicine man added:
You can't get It unless you use Blank's soapl
Another line on a board fence read:
Sinner, where are you going ?
The medicine fellow answered that
question as follows:
I'm going where I can get Blank's pills.
Strange to say, the peope people got after
both men and ran 'em out of the coun-
try.--Atlanta Constitution.


Tetter, Salt-Rheum and Eczema.
The intense itching and smarting inci-
dent to these diseases is instantly allayed
by applying Chamberlain's Eye and
Skin Ointment. Many very bad cases
have been permanently cured by it It
is equally efficient for itching piles and
a favorite remedy for sore nipples;
-chapped hands, chilblains, frost bites
and chronic sore eyes. 25 cts. per box.
Dr. Cady's Condition Powders, are
just what a horse needs when in bad
condition. Tonic, blood purifier and
vermifuge. They are not food ..but
medicine and the best in use to put a
horse in prime condition Price 25
cents per package.
For sale by L. M. Ware &- Co., St. An-
drews Bay and Bayhead and all medicine


Notice to Tax Payers.
-I will be at tie following places oil
the days and dates named for the
purpose of collecting tlte state and
county taxes of Washingto.i county,
:for the year 1897:
Green Head, Monday, Nov. 15.
Econfina, Tuesday, Nov. 16.
Nixon, Wednesday, Nov. 17.
Parker, Thursday, Nov. 18.
St. Andrews, Friday, Nov. 10.
Grassy Point, Saturday, Nov. 20.
Millers Ferry, Tuesday, Nov. 23.
West Bay, Thursday, Nov. 25.
Point Washington, Friday, Nov. 26.
A. Q. JONES,
Tax Collector Washington Co.'

WETAPPO.
Special to the BuoY.
Thle weather was cool a few days
the past week, but is warm and
pleasant nowv.


words with nmy friends at the Bay.
Tblat pan of apll.is explains the sit-
nation at the north. October was as
a summer monti, the first frost suf-
ficieilt to kill tomato anid bean vines,
occurring the night of the 29th,
This warmn weather ripened the ap-
ples prematurely, causing them to
fall, and our winter apples, the
Northern Spy, and others are now in
their priine, and fast decaying, and
if we have them to eat during zero


Everyone in this vicinity is dig- weather, they will have to be preserv-


going sweet potatoes.
Reif Karl, our county commission-
er went to Vernon through the woods


ed in cans.
I've heard of one crop of Irish
potatoes,, in this locality; when the


the last time and returned homee last owner dog them, he dropped them


Friday.
Calhoun County Commissioner H.
M. Spicer passed here Thursday, en
route home from Blountstown. Mr.
Griffin brought him this far.


into a gollou jug, and after walking
all day, it was not quite full. But
then, this lack of potatoes is offset
by a magnificent crop of dust; the
roads in some places are over shoe


W. A. Mosher's new house will tops; I wish the St, Andrew's hid-


so-in be completed.
Mrs. Donalson, & Babb made a
business call here last week.
R. V. Deaderick's mill is running
igaitu.
D. M. Witherill, contractor for the
East Bay mail was up last Saturday
,'Mrs. H. ts. Bates made us a pleas-


dies had some of it for dutst baths.
I can't tell when it rained, it has
been so long ago; every change of
the moon, there has been magnificent
prospects, which pass over, leaving
only disappointment in its wake.
I felt one drop of rain upon my hand
and my heart leaped for joy. How


ant call last week. She is having I would enjoy one of Florida's down-
,her sailboat fixed up again and we pours, even if I was anchored behind


expect noon to see it ailing on the
Bay.
Hale Witherill from St. Andrews
was up several times the past week.
Mrs. W. A. Mosher made a pleas-
ant visit here last Wednesday.


one of the islands in Ite gulf.
What a good thing water is. Even
if it is a little brackish it will lay
dust.
Enquiries are now being sent in
about St. Andrews Bay, and what


Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Kronmiller a boon it is to have one of those imn-
were over on this side ot the bay last provement society maps to answer


Sunday.
J. F. and J. S. Poore were callers
here lawt week.

The three-year-old boy of J. A. John-
son, of Lynn Center, Ill., is subject to at-
lacks of croup. Mr. Johnson says that
he is sati-fied that the timely use of Cham-
berlain's Cough Remedy during a severe
attack, saved his little boy's life. He is
in the drug business, a member of the
firm of Johnson Bros. of that place, and
they handle a great nmany patent medi-
cines for throat and lung dvseakeq He
-had all these to choose from and skilled
physicians ready to respond to his call,
but selected this remedy for; use" in his
own family at a time when his child's life
was in danger, because he knew it to be
superior to any other, and famous the
county over for iA cures of croup. Mr.
Johinsonu says this is the best selling
cough, medicine they handle, and that it
gives splendid satisfaction in all cases.
Sold by L M, Ware & Co., St. Andrews
and Bayhea.d, and all medicine dcalrs.

t tBAXTER.
Special to the Buor.
Recently, we have been having
several sermonst pleached by two
Moimon elders on both sides of the
bay.
\Word came in on the evening of
the 6th., that Mr.. Wittield, daughter
of Mrs. Kirvin died on the preced-
ing Wednesday night, at hei resi-
elnce on the Lakes.
The Pinuey Woodsn mill is sawing
lumber for the turpentine farm on
Sandy Crt-ek.
E Whiddon is down from Sneads
this week, lor fish; but few fish are
caught at present on this part of the
bay; but oyters are fine and plenty of
t hem.
Mrs. L. C. Davis is visiting her
daughter, Mrs. C. D. Knowles in St.
Andrews.
Miss Jane Holmes' school is get-
ting along finely.
M: r. Poore is taking a log-raft
down to the Salishury mill this week,
to be sawed into lumber for his build-


ings on Wetappo Creek.
Poore Bros., desire to sell


theii


schooner, for the reason that they
have not sufficient business to keep
her ulp.
John Poore is planting a fal! gar-
den for Mrs. H. B. Bates.
L. C. Davis is preparing to puti


them. Has this society been slumt-
bering during warm weather? If so,
isn't it time for the president to
shake off his stupor like Rip Van
Winkle?
Mr. Editor, while you are in au-
thority, preparing for the reception
of yellow jack, would it not be well,
to have those huge piles of oyster
shells buried fo, walks, as their
fragrance is far different front the
rose or new-mown hay.
AlMRs. L. HtnnISON.
Peoria, Ill., Nov. 6, '97.


THE DREADED
CONSUMP


TION.


T. A. Slocum, M. C., the Great Chemist
and Scientist, Will Send Free, to
the Afflicted, three Bottles of
his Newly Discovered Rem-
idies to Cure onsnmp-
tion and all Lung Troubles.
Nothing could be fairer, more philan-
thropic or carry more joy to the afflicted,
than the offer ofT. A. Slocum, M. C., of
lt3 Pearl street, New Yo-k City.
Confident tfat he has discovered ani
absolute cure for consumption and all
pulmonary complaints, and to make its
great merits known, he will send free,
three bottles of medicine, to any reader
of the Buoy who is suffering from chest.
bronchial, throat and lung troubles or
c naumption.
Already this "new scientific course of
medicine," has permanently cured thou-
sands of apparently hopeless cases.
The Doctor considei-s it his religious
duty-a duty which he owes to human-
ity-to donate his `nfallible cure.
Offered freely, is enough to commend it,
and more so is the perfect confidence of
the great chemist making the proposition.
He has proved the dreaded consump-
tion to be a curable disease beyond any
doubt.
There will be no mistake in sending --
the mistake will be in overlooking the
generous invitation. He has on file in
his American and European laboratories
testimonials of experience from those
cured, in all parts of the world. *
Don't delay until it is too late. Ad-
dress T. A. Slocum, M. C., 98 Pine
street, New York, and when writing the
Doctor, please give express and post-
office address, and mention reading thij
article in the Buoy.
A Cable to Iceland.
Scientific American.
At its last session, the Icelandic
parliament decided to aoccopt their of.
fer of the Great Northetrn telegraph


out one acre in onions. If the neigh- company in Copenhagen to lay a sub.
bors here would do likewise they marine cable to Iceland from lthie


would make more money than they
can with ten acres of corn. for onions
are the best paying crop of which the
writer knows.
Wonder if the load commissioners
think the road from Sandy Creek to
Baxter is in Calhoun county and is
the reason they do not have it
worked? The board of education
want to give us to Calhoun county
to keep from paying the teacher, but


north of Scotland via. the Faroe 1sl.
andis. The Icelaindic parliament
grants an anjuual subsidy of 35.000
k toner torl twenty years. The Dan-
ish government lias promised ample
financial help and active co-operafion
in the scheme. It is estimated that
the cable can be laid early next sum-
mer in six weeks. The great trading
and fishing industries of Iceland will
undoubtedly be benefited by the


the line is five miles east of here. If cable, and meteorologists are look-


they look on tlhe nap they will see
that the Baxter school house is on
section 21, twp. 5s, range 12 w.
The line between the two counties
crosses tt the mouth of Horselhaoe
Crt:eek; where it empties rito the


ng forward to it with delight.

Ca-tarrh in the head, that -ttroullesome
and disgusting disease, may be entirely
cured by a thorough course of Hood's
?arsaparilla, the great blood purifier.
Hood's Pills cure nausea, sick headache


iar sCaWmlli in the kwa'tlJ:- s
ffi-m, th liiigrvat kiduey rIvnwtj11.tilInI- -
ey mi" in rpii v~ii-ig painlu iithe hAil..
kaidiaa%- i. er. lbladlvr na a It.in~J.liqt it
it Ia. jild ul1vAle.ad sAal~ulaag painal
tin;, it,. .n had efftc'S C' Ioling tl i- .,I'
illi tiioi, %in-- or bIlr)r,1111d OaVaulaa-..Ql iatA
tO g(.1 Ilip 111.11l1 % t jaia'k di a ~,n ilj ,-. iji t I,
ui-inait.-.. 'h(. mildal .IniLi aljai:
efu.lv of tSat .aanp.Raaaot i )1 w.
of the rn-,t ,iastre~aill' cases. 1 % IL ..iili,Llc
a fici,ila. au .uaalhlave filte S.. .A.]i
by tjriw~lnts, iw 'iLiatSallal all- dujI
Iliar. Y-111 1).L% balaat, d Zi Aialle bottle aid11
PIllaj'laiat I,,,i i e t lI' hle T~Vl~ldil. MIllta.-iar'
ther btaua, and svuld yvur fwadlrts';I-l ) D.
Kilmea-r & Ca. biaagliar'ull~o, N. Y. Th ,
Tiroprili-it'r iiLit'tis rpr!akr gusii~iilt ti le,
genuilacriesis of this


M'ludsorF y t.ca... A.X
Those marve6dus treasuric-s, the gold
and silver pantries, which lie c!os. to
gether iu the northensr corner of Wiud.
sor castle, at the foot of the Prince of
Wales' tower, were until r-ecenut years
very frequently visited by the quce-n.
who, with her housewifely love of de-
tail, never considered it beneath her
dignity to make intimate acquaintance
with the vast quantity of articles in the
precious metals, which have either been
personal gifts to hers.-lf or form a he-
reditary appanage to her state. Even
lately her majesty has visited her pan-
tries in her wheel chair, and the-present
arrangement of the naul itnde of objects
therein has been made entirely with her
personal approval. Apart from the in-
terest which necessarily attaches to ar-
ticles which are in daily and intimate
use by the qune., the plate at Windsor
castle is acknowledged the finest collec-
tion in the world and is more than
worthy of consideration.
The two so called piutries-which in
reality are strong rooms cf the most ap-
proved and well arranged kind-are
separated from One another by the plate
cleaning rooms, which are furnished
with all kinds of knoWn appliances for
the adequate polishing and burnishing
of every kind of rare and delicate gold-
smith's work. All the royal plate is car-
ried to these rooms in rotation and
cleaned, whether in: use or not, and the
system employed for giving it out and
receiving it back forms ample and re-
sponsible work for the yeomen of the
pantries and their- assistants, many of
whom are veritable giants among men,
as the weights that have to be.moved
are very often enormous. -- Collier's

No Cure--No Pay.
Than is the "a a.ll druEgi ri sell Grovai's
Tia.-teeq (- Chill Tnic i-ir c~illk anil ma-
laria. It is siniply ir_ i i. ) uin-e.in' a-
t.ia-t le-' f',rm. Children love it. .\'ult
pr'r .. it )to hitter, nausea tii; tonics.
|'ri,:-., Mf...


FOR RENT.!
THE GLOVER PLACE
On Watson Bayou is offore.l fcr rent
for one season with privilege of two
To the right party, who will take
goOd care of the premises, here is a
Splendid Opportunity!
For particulars apply at BUOY office.


FOR SALE.

Another Bargain inReal, Estate.
TheKilberg place, 2 miles northeast,
of Parker, consisting of ,'iO.acres line
timbered land, being the west half of
the southwest quarter of sectionn 6, tp
4s, range 13w; 4 acres fenced with
picket fence and in cultivation, with
several fruit trees, grape vine-, etc.,
and a habitable shanty. Price $300
partly on tine il' desired. For particu-
lasit adatre-, the BUOY.


GROVE'S


TASTELESS


Cm 1
CHILL




IS J UST AS COOD FOR ADU LTS.
WARRANTED. PRICE 0 cts.
GALATIA. It.LS., Nov. 16, 1593.
Paris Medicine Co.. SL Louis, lMoe.
Gentlemen:-We sold last year, 600 bottles of
GROVE'S TASTELESS CHILL TONIC and have
bought tree gror. already this year. li all our ez-
perience (,t 11 years. In the drug business, hare
never ~oid an arilcle aba save such universal satla.
tacuua a6 yuur Tonic. Yours truly.
ABNX r.CARR & C&


Leading dealers
everywhere sell

SRY'S EEDS
D.- :.'I rt ie ti lo r.f time, labor and ground
ti .-/ plantingseedsof unknown qual-
;i' ilta The market is fall of cheap.
unrela0leSeed.. FEflRY'UIEIIE
S'.' ..'y r realways th.a best;do not 0oeRpt
,'"'. '-.- anvsubstitute.SebedAnno alF r .
-, '. IhD. M. FERRY & Cot-
Detroit, MIo -


of the bay to RelfishPointt. Vm lent HOW TO 0FID O3UT.
thle taxes are dne, they are not so, Fl I1 a witleor L"Il..uiin g "ii ",]. i a, "riw e
anxious to have us in (alhoun iand leit II tia d iuatil'-lui ,,i- ..a ,, ,J--
im u.lnt ul *.L-il[Llg hti Jr111 ttjhA 1, 1r ill \
count y. c.,idtili al O l ldaid s. 01\h h li,.i in,:
; .- - - .- S i l _. ti ,T i i i t in t z l l s .l l M '. i k h >J l l ; .
D ry W weather i Illionis. t,., ...a1 irrIta r i d ,-,. ., unl al.,
Correspondence ot the BtoY or I I" ti ir'i is al-u e..n i ii.-iag
Mr. Editor: I'll set down my pan p',proof that ihe klIdnes ai d hit.dlJr .,re
Out uof .jrJer
of apples long, enough to have a few v i nI AT T'r rno-


ga-ess, Colora .o. For any or eit
J. M. Bell, Representative to Congress, tions in connect
Colorado. tress all orders
C. C. Clement, Washington Trust Co.
Building, Washington, D. C.
Joseph C. Helm, ex-Chief Justice of
Co;orado.
- Chas. D. Hayt, Chief Justice of Col. A
C:. J3. Maugham, 219 Times-Herald,
Chicago, Ill. G. W. SU
Maurice Joyce, Electro Pictura, Star ST. AND
Building, Washington, D. C.
Capt. J. J. Lambert, owner and editor --Breed
Chieflain, Pueblo, Col.
S. L. Hilleghman, Tax Agent M.P.R.R.,
St. Louis, Mo.
R. E. Gowai., Drexel Co., Philadelphia.
The full-paid stock is now offered at C- -
TEN DOLLARS per Share. Send your
orders to the

Alasa-no. 6BROAoliDWAYNEWinYORK.
No. 96 BROADWAY, NEW YORK. ..2


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ALASKA-KLONDYKE
GOLD MINING GO.

Capital Stock of 500,000 Shares
of $10 lach ifuiny J.Aid and
non-assess1L8ie, o01 wich 250,-!
000 Shares are now offered for IT
subscription at par. U
SPECIAL NOTICE.
There are many persons who desire to
go to the gold fields of Alaska the coin-
ing season, who have Hot enough ready
money available to enable them to do so.
To all such, we would advise the desir- fr d
ability of forming a local syndicate of UU'NE
three or more persons, and jointly pur-
chase 500 shares of our stock, and select
one of your number to go and prospect
and mine for joint account.
With parties forcing such syndicate,
this company will contract to send out one
of their number for each 500 shares of -
stock purchased from it at par, and main- Di
tain such party there for one year from
the date of arrival at the gold fields, sup-
plying him with food, tools, and all things PAINT
requisite to enable him to prospect for
gold, and with help to develop and work
all good claims located by him .-.he
claims to be located in the nam- of the
syndicate and the ALASKA-KLONDYKE GoLD
MININO Co., and to be owned jointly arind
.qual, eihare and-S'allire alike.
Write for Circular--Full Particulars. G. B. TOMF
I DIRECTORS. TN
JAMES RICE, late Secretary State of
Colorado;
WM. SHAW, capitalist, Chicago; Sal
E. M. TITCOMB, Vice President and Gen- Sal
eral Manager Eastman Fruit Dispatch
Co.; Two Miles E
H. C. FASH,member Maritime Exchange,
New York;
GEO. W. MORGAN, Circle City, Alaskai;
JOHN R. LOWTHER, New York;
GEO. T. DURFE.E, Fall River, Mass.
ADVISORY BOARD. IN A
Hon. L. H. WAKEFIELD, Associate Jus- IN A
tice First District Court, South Fram- A LS S"
ingha n, Mass.;
Hon. G. Q. RICHMOND, late President T
Court of Appeals, Denver, Col.;
S. G. UPDEGRAFF, late Treasurer Ly-
coming county, Williamsport, Penn.;
SAMUEL M. BRYA 5, President Chesa-
peake and Potomac Telephone Co.,
Washington'lD. C.; e W
Dr. R.C. FISHER, 1,321 Michigan av., PENSi
Chicago, Ill.; 0E
Col. P. A. HUFF dAN, Detroit, Mich.;
M. 3. B. SWIFT, Attorney at Law, Fall IS the Pt
River, Mass.;
ISAAC W. -COTT, Deputy Collector,
Cedar Rapids, Iowa;
WM. F. McKNIlGHT, Attorney at Law, Roofm
Grand Rapids, Mich.
The business of the Alaska-Klondyke iB
Gold MiUing Company will be to runa a
line of steamers on the Yukon River, and The Eubscrip
between Seattle and the different Dorts ot I) E M 0 1
Alaska, open supply stores tt the differ ts reduced to
ent camps, do a general Transportation,
Commercial and Banking Business, and, EMOP
in addition, deal in Mining Claims, and REnV
work the Mines already owned and that MA'AZA l
may hereafter be acquired by the Cor-
parn y.
The Company Controls the Fol-
lowing PropertIes.
Eight Gold Placer claims aggregating
160 Acres in extent, located on Forty
Mile Creek, under United States mining
laws. Development has proved the pay
-streak to be five feet thick, and has
yielded placer dirt that pans from $10 to
$15 to the pan. Fiv' Gold Placer claims, ILL u 'LATJ
-rggregating 100 Acres in extent, on Por- DEMORESd
cupine River, tlihat pans from 25 cents to that contained
$10 to a pan. Ten Gold Placer Claims, Subscribers
Aggregating 200 Acres, on the Tanana man's attire, a
River, panning from $10 to $50 a yard. ping.
A Fine Gold Quartz Lode in Alaska, 1TO E
which ass ys from $15 o $500 per ton. -
The lode shows an enormous outcrop of than a year's
free milling ore, vein at surface being subscribing at
twelve feet thick; on this property have and besides ge
made twelve locations of 1500 feet by 300 X-nmas number
teet, equaling 120 acres. WE DON'T CLAIM Great
IT IS THE MOTHER LODE, BUT WE DO KNOW IT
IS WITHOUT AN EQUAL FOR PROSPECTIVE VAL- l 9n
The estimates and statements above are n I
of necessity based upon information ob-
tained from our Superintendent, and are Send your sub
believed and accepted by the company. $1.
This company having acquired exten-
sive holdings of rich placer and gold
quartz properties, capable of earning r I
large dividends on its stock, offers to in- u
v(stors advantages that insure large and O
profitable returns. T V BUO hi
Mra. George W. Morgan, our superin- bing arrangement
tendent, has been on the Yukon for the best publication
past year working in the interest of this the present can
company. Therefore, we are not asking The BUOY nnd
any one to contribute to a project un- Leslie'sIllust
planned, but to one thoroughly matured. Demorest s 3
This company, with its ablle aids, ex en- Te Florida C
sive knowledge, and great resources, is 1 he Florida C
certain to become one of the richest c-m- Scientific An
panties operating ii Alaska. Farmer and F
Our president lakes pleasure in refer- FloridaAgric
ring you to the following list of references: do club
Jas. E. Dewey, Mills & Co., Bankers, Farm Journal
Detroit, Mich. Cincinnati E
Louis C. ''etard, Commissioner Wold's 8 large p
Fair frcm Mexico,"The Rookery,"Chicago Atlanta ConsI
John Shafroth, Representative to Con- N. Y- World (


ubbing List.
as made very liberal club-
ents with a few of the very
ns in the country and for
send for a whole year
rated Weekly for... .$3.00
magazine ............1.75
'ifizen, daily for. .. .$7 00
itizen, weeklv,for...$1 55
nerie:ij' . .. 3 50
ruit Grower" ... 2 55
ulturist .. 2 55
.of 5, each .. 2 5
, Phllad'a, monthly 1 10
enquirer twice a week
ages cash issue ..... 1 70
titution .. 1 70
I hricea wpOk)....... I 75
other of the above public
lion with the BUOY, ad-
to THE BUOY.
St. Andrews, Fla



s .Poultry Yards,
RBER, SR., Prop.,
)REWS BAY, FLA.
ler of Pure-


A Human Bloodhound.


In Abyssinia they have a very pictur-
esque fashion of identifying thieves.
There is an official nominated for the
purpose in each district. Upon receiv-
ing information of a robbery he gives
his confidential servant a dose of certain
herbs, afterward a pipe of tobacco.
The man drinks and then smokes. In
due course he begins to rave and to
crawl ab3ut on hands and knees. Then
the thief catcher puts a rope about his
loins, and on all fours he perambulates
the neighborhood, sniffing like a hound,
enters a house at last and goes to sleep
upon'the floor TLat is legal evidence
of the owner's guilt.
He hai to pay the value of the stolen
goods or to "square" the thief catcher,
which, as a rule, comes to much the
same thing.

No Time For Stuch Thinga.
Whyte-Some genius out in Delaware
has invented a buttonless shirt.
Greene-They're old. I've worn them
I Lemv. einc-t my wife learned to ride a


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Eggs


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for Setting,


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IMPROVED FARM FOR SALE!

Gilt Ed Barain for Someone!
Ond hundred and sixty acres of choice
F arming Land in the south half of section
7, township 4s, of range 13w. Good
Dwelling House, 'rive Well, convenient
outliouses, Fine Fruit Orchard of Pears,
Peaches, Plums, etc., and nearly 1,060
Grape Vines, all in bearing. If taken
soon will be sold for
$1,'0 010
And the improvements alone cost a good
deal more money. Would prefer cash'
down. but might give time on one-half the
nnrchase money. For full patticulars ad-


Geo. S.


Hacker & Son,


CHARLESTON, S C.

MANUFACTURERS















AND
Buildings MateriaL
Window and Fancy Glass a
Specialty.
ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY
GIVE N

PARKPR'SO
HAIR BALSAM
B -- j Clansel and beaulnefl the &
H MII--filPromote, a la.uxriant growftl.
= eveM Pail to ~sto ray
Hair to lt Toe t uY Color.
Cures calp diesm e latir .

SENT FREE
to housekeepers-

Liebig COMPANY'S

Extract of Beef
COOK BOOK!
telling bow to prepare many dell
cate and delicious dishes,
Address Liebig Co., p. box 2718, New
York. Mention this paper.


SA Natural Inference.
"Did you hear what Whimpton'; lii-
tie boy said when they showed him the
twins?'"
"No; what wa.iAt?r
"Hle said, 'There, mAmma's been get'
ting bargains againi" Collier'V
Weekly,.
It is A extraordinary fact tat nly
two presidents were born between April
and October. The ecbrd by eathas i
as follows: Jannary, 9 $f oh6uy, 8)
M.row.hi A. A-vain I T.nli; 1 A ki Ir 1 Z


STORE


OF SHELL AVENUE AND MICHIGAN STREET.

ST. ANDREWS BAY, FLA.


a Full Liue of Drugs, Medicinos

amond Dyes, Trusses, Syringes;

BRUSHES, FANCY AND TOILET

ARTICLES.
DR. J. J. KES'tER. DrtUi4ast

'SON. JG. GJOHNSONi

OMPSON & JOHNSON.
HAVING PURCHASED AN INTEREST IN THE

isbury Lumber Company's Mill,
ast of St. Andrews, are now prepared to furnish first-class



Either Rough or Dressed,
NY QUANTITY AT REASONABLE PRICES.
E-ITGC-IjS AND OIVOTOI DTI G-.
HQMPSON & JOHNSON. PPOPa'rETORs. Haribon, Flq a ,


THE POPULAR


ICOLA, Fla. Opposite Waiting 'oom of Union Depot,
ace for Passengers Coing to and from
ST. ANDREWS BAY.

is Comfortable! Terms Reasonable!

OO a Iearfor-f--
ption Price of Denorest's
RE S T'S am.ilv
$1.00 a Year., -'t 'e"
^ aYG. Magazine.

TS Demorest's Family Ma azine is more than a Fashioin
Magazine; although it gi es the very latest home and for.
NE .ign fashions each month; this is onlv one of its many val-
iable features. It has something for each member of the
Family, for eve:y department of the household, and its va2
-ied contents are of tho highest grade. making it pre-eml-
Sently, the I'ILiily Magazine ot'the World. It fur,
dishes the best thoughts of the most interesting and most
progressivee writers of the day, and is abreast of the times
n everything-Art, Literature ,oltenoe, -Snclety Affairs,
S,'lotiotr, tRHseehofd Matters, Sports, etc-a single number
frequently eontaninig from 200 to 300-fine engravings, mak*
T ing it tno MOST COMPLETE AND MOST PROFUSELY
E ,,i I, he (fItEAT MONTHLIES.
r's MAGAZTNE Fashion Department is in every tvay far ahead of
in any other publication.
are entitled each month to patterns of the latest fashions in wo,
,t no cost to them other than that necessary for postifge and wrap*

3ETTERL OHIISTIEAS G-IFT'
subscription to DEMOItEST'S MAGAZINPi can be made. By
once you ca, avail yourself of the BUOY'S liberal clubbing offer
tting the magazine at the reduced price, get the handsome 25d
* with its beautiful panel picture supplement.
Special Clubbing Offer for Prompt Subscriptions.

il 75 fos and
1 orDemorest's Eamily Magazine.
scriptions to this office at once and remember the only terms ard
75 Sen at T mn for Both I ub ications,


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BELGIAN SAVINGS BANKS,

NORTHBAY LUMBER COMPANY i
TuIey are Managed By the Gov-
NORT DA LU11B ER CY ernment--- Wide Fieldof In-
vestment.
BAY HEAD, FLA, Chicago Record.
In Belgium the saving institutions
maintained by the government are
not strictly postal savings banks, as
0. TOMPKINS & O they are managed and controlled by
a board of trustees created for that
ARE PREPARED TO FURNISH purpose instead of being given over
to the supervision of the postoilice
Ruugh and Dressed Lumber of All Grades. department. The exact designation
.**___... used in law is "general bank (if sav-
ing and superannuation." A, early
THE PATRONAGE OF THE PUBLIC SOLICITED as 1850 the Belgian government
Torlns cash or1endorsed notes, made provision for annuities ,,r old-
age pensions. According to the law
persons could intrust certain umins to
the government under condition that
MAAt tLLJ Ccld XL a j they receive annuities in their old
** age. When Great Britian establithi-
N ed postal savings banks the Belgians
imitated the example to the extent of
N S establishing a savings bank under
I I government control, to which tLe-
Bank of superannuation or old-age
Has removed his new and extensive stock pensions was then annexed.
iIn management the Belginn sav-
ings banks are quite similar to the
OF GENERAL ERUHIANDISE mutual savings banks of New Eng.
B 1k o his od sand e P I Stat land, except that the former are un-
- Back to- his old stand, the Peoples' Store, at der government and the latter under
PI'TTSBUI RG ON E A T A private control. Both are managed
JU ON EAST BAY. by trustees, who derive no profit fromu
Where he invites all old friends and the pur 1 the operations of the banks. The
Sa general council or board of trustees is
chasing public to call and a president and twenty-four menm-
bers, appointed by the king for six-
EXAMINE HIS STOCK AND PRICES year ternis. From this number is
Before Purchasing Elsewhere. All kinds of selected a council of administration,,
consisting of the president and Six
COUNTRY PRODUCE bought and sold. members who have more immediate
S, supervision over the affairs of the
Pays the 1T'ifrbest Price for green Salted bank. The director-general or man-
A LIGAT 0 R H I DE S ager is appointed and may be re-
moved by the king. He receives a
salary and gives bonds for the faith-
ful performance of his duty. The
administration of the bank has been
Ssunccessful and popular. For the year

1,053,699 out of a population of
14 he A r mb i 6,000p0000.
YThe latitude for investment of
S. -funds .deposited with the elgian sav-
-t rgs banks is wide, and is not con-
Haviiyg Purcbhaed the Stock of Goods in the Store at fdogsvbanks i s wide c and not cn-
=. sl m fined to government securities, as in,
Great Britian. At the discretion of
".- -. . : the general council or board of trus-
laie Makli~ff-0nstant Addi-oi 0 The~t&& a, PUfopao tees the funds may be invested ini
'".. A-'i" . ... ...provincia.Vand communal bonds, il
SELL FOR" CAH N PRICE mortgages on houses and landed
property and in the bond of the
SBelgian companies. Under certain
N \ conditions, too, the bank may make
Mt the Lowest Living Margin of. Profit. loans on stocks. In other word',
the range of investment open to the
Anl Treat EveryB Clte Ali e ad C~OlurtOmlgls government savings banks is Belgium
'C o mis abont as wide as that permitted by
Call and S8ee My Coods and Cet My Prices, statute to the only savings banks
W H H A N that are tolerated in New England
A and a few other eastern states.
SThe successful experience of Belgium
SP A R K E R) FL A. in investing savings funds in other
than government securities is a stand-
ing refutation of the argument that a
government savings bank in the United
THE ST ANREW S States could not be trusted to invest
*. funds even in state and municipal se-
Smcurities. If it be offered in objection
TTt "Tthat Beligium is a monarchy, the reply
.p mcan be made that si ilar methods of
investing savings funds intrusted to the
U U 1 I I government savings banks are in suc-
cessful operation in several of tho Aus-
g tralian colonies, which have demo-
XV craticgovernment.
/ FishDylug By Thousands.
Vicksburg Herald.
INCORPORATED OCT. 13, 1897. Owing to some disease, the nature
of which our fishermen are unable t-.


imagine, the fish in Lake Centennial
The purpose of this Company is to improve the Country adjacent to St have sickened and are dying in my.
Andrews Bay and to 1 d i .
Andrews Bay and to rinads, as many sportsmen report, the
Develop its Resources as a Fruit-Growing Country. edge of the lake being bordered with
T' acco)uipli-iuh this the Company proposes to Sell Lands-in tractsof Two- "shiners," forming a bank six inilirb
S d.a-half and FiveAcres. twosnch parties only as will improve them by the to a foot wide, while in te deei
. reaction of Houses. Fences and such Permanent Improvements as will enhance the
value6.f each tract so disposed of, and particularly to water bass from six inches to a foot
Plant them out in Trees, Plants and Vines, long, as well as catfish and other
'To the end that in the shortest practicable time every such tract shall be a varieties are either deal or dying.
Source of Revenue to its Owner. M. r. Burton who called the attention
of several to the same kind ofl lihe-
AS TO RELIABILITY OF THE COMPANY nomenon, says something of the
The first question. which will naturally be asked will be: "Is this Coin- same kind occurred seven or eight
pany reliable"? And the answer to it-is: Any person employing the Company b
to make improvements may deposit an approximate payment of the estimated cost of yut can give no iea of
the same with any responsible business man. or firm doing business on the Bay or in the cause. Fishermen who obsei ved
Bank at their own home to be paid over only when the Company shall satisfacto- the situation left the like an.-I were
rily show that the improvements have been made according to agreement.
The Company will not only improve. and plant, but watch and care for advising their friends not to buy any
.all property entrusted to its keepingguarding against forest fires, dishonest pilferers fresh-water fish, unless from abso-
for damages from any cause possible to be prevented.
From. a caeaful estimate of the probable expense and income of a fruit lutely reliable persons, as fish in such
pp4'ntition in the St. Andrews Bay country a few figures are given: condition can scarcely be wholesome.
Price ofana peracre, say $25 to $50; cost of clearing, say $20; -ostofplanting 1st The lake is very low, which might
year, say $30; cost of cultivation each year thereafter, $20,
It is not extravagant to estimate that a 1-acre vineyard will on the third account in some measure for tihe ick-
year, if properly cultivated, yield $200 worth of fruit and of peaches nearly or quite ness of the fish, but on the other hand
the same, while figs should do even better than that. Then, thongh perhaps'a little
longer, some of them, in coming into profitable hearing may be named pears, apricots, it is extremely clear and pure, andi
nectarines, plums, prunes, mulberries, olives, Japan persimmons almonds English withal very deep, so, unless the con-
wvlnuts, Japan chestnuts, pecans, and .iany other varieties of fruits and nuts. which tio is from ext ardi
Sre almost certain to flourish here; while oranges and citrus fruits, though not con-
sidered certain yield large returns oftener than they miss sources the only reasonable Stupposi-
The Secretary of the Company will give particular attention to an- tion is that the.fish are suffering from
awering letters of inquiry, and the Buov will in its answers to correspondents an-
war all iuastions asked it. a disease.
S E M E M B E R the Comnpany Lands will be sold ozi Easy A negro was lately seen who had
Terms of ?ayminiit; but inmp-opeip ents must be paid for as satisfactory proof is given ped up two dozen or more
thatthe-work has been pertozned. .ORRESPONDENCE SOLMICTED. -scooped up two dozen or more bass
S Address R. E. HOWARD, Sec. and in fact, so sick are they that
Harrison. Fla. they hardly ofter to get out of the
A C._ vway and might be caught with a dlp-
-ANCER== F.REEC' TRIAoLf o"'er T-M-I net by the hundreds, it is sail.
Diseae CURED wiiho nt the use eof II FaL 1. 1 decay, Tervous debility
a eegiQ n Blank asd B )rAtrEe. Call ad lo-t vallt sent free for 12 cents
air w l oT h 3 .ea-c. Just try a 10c box of Cascarets, the
.-l' ,llQfan .. f. l.W TTE, T.tSt, nest liver and bowel regulator ever made.


NO LIFE 0- 1HE MOON. .
Great Yerkes rescope Proves m Little M i p r
French strofomy Wrong. Isdes cially true of Hood' Pills, for nomedi- I M iL U J"g, U1
F. noo e contained so great curative power i
Chicago Tlimes-fHerald. so small sp.ce. They are a whole medicine
Neither water, nor air, 'not vege- POSrT OFFICE BLOCK, BAY VIEW AVENU' .
Statiifn, norevidence of lile in ainyi 5W e
form can been seep on the moon H
Srogh the most pwerf telescope et, alway ready, a- Fresh and o Guaranteed Purity
ever constructed. [he great Yerkes ways efaelent, always sat .Sd ofuQt ed P
telescope has already entered upon Isfactory; prevent a cold P I S
its career of scientificor fever, cure allliver ills,R. W. G MITCHELL, PROPRIETOR,
its career of scientific les by headache, Jaundice, constipation, etc. 25 .
adding further proof to tWhe well- Theonly illstotakewith Hood'sSarsaparina. Offers His Professional Services to the Citizens of St. Andrews and
established fact thatjthe moon is a Surrounding Country.-
(lead world. It l been trained Edison's Iron Disovery. May be found at his residence on Buenna Vista avenue a' fTight.
Sworld.a It hs been trained The Electrical Engineer publishes
or the lunar sph by two of the te first authoritative account of L. M. WARE JNO. R. THOMPSON
bet-know atr er Thomnas A. Elison's success in re-
country, who are cnected with the ceig by elecical e the ion
Ye kes observatory ta time whe iing byelectlical mean, the iron
Skesohservaory.a time when contained in l,,w grade ore. The in- -
by a peculiar coinci no the scieu- vento.'s experim, nts have been car-
tovis tlie Paris eroe t wh agitat wre b i- ,ed on during the past six years at
ov. t d w .a wr ,e the oI.l Ogden Irun Mines, a fewmiles
lived to be irdie~tiuns of rivers and f,,n Dover, N. I. His process in
planetsuponh 0. iDover N.-. His process in
planets tupotn t4oon. .iL. consists of pulverizing the ore.
Sgoo The powder is then allowed to fall in M II-
0. \\ adswoI l. u of t.e oberva-
0. 6adswo t of the observa- close proximity to electio-magnets,
q y.*LatT, to tglimpseof t ich decs th iro to o sid IN
moon through the Yerkes teiscope., a, si,. iron to one side,
E. E. Barnard was he next member I, I side by, Iavi. .. .oDRIIGOODS,
of the staff to gaze at the far-away ..RO-C'Rt s"
planet, and the conclusions of these '"t S t''S-t: '4- A Wir
two earned gentletien are identical in .
that they agree that neither di.sco.v- I" BUILDERS' SUPPTTE
ered anything of importance to the Given wa
cienotifi woride the pecuiar li nes MtShip Chandlery, Salt Fish, EtEtc .tc., Etq
and spots noticed*. by the Pejiian 5 Every M month ,
a astru.ioniers on tihe map of theu lunar to the person suhmtting the
Most meritorious. iuveutiotU A G EN T F 0 R
planispliere that is being photograph- r during the ,'retcedin4 month.
ed in the Meadon observatory were FOR INVENT OR1. and the
not to be seen through the Yeikes courage persons t a nvent-
-ye turn of mini,. At t. ,tm a
telescope. Tlhe*l was nothing adl- same time we wish to Impress A
the fact ihat, 3 A L S 0 F 0 R .
ditional to be noticed but an un- mts the Si A L FOR
usual amount of.detail on the surface
of the moon never seen before. Trivial Ilvetitions *
"The moon is a magnificient sight That Yield Fortunes,
seen thioughtbe Yerkes instrument," a -such as Do Int HM oo k
andfE V .e trPn.[" ump," o
saad Mr. Barnard during the inter- nyI Set" '. irak" tc O I *R E .
view. "One can seer. an enormous il e at.coe If you need FURNITURE of any kind, call on
ittnumiber of small details never seen .othusr. Why n ipra
before, sulch as small craters and lie In this director. May "
minute creases, but there are no t ry? t) : B B I
gir'Write f.-r further information and e0
traces of air nor vegetable life to be 1 mention this paper.
detected, hIt is possible that, the o TE PRESS GLAIMS 60.
lines found on the photographs taken o Philip W. Avirett, Gen. Mgr.,
at ledon observatory might 618 F Street, Northwest, 40, 42, & 44 S. Palafox st., Pensacola Fla
crevases. I don't prentond to -a),WAS TOND.C.W
revases. I don't prentod to ay a WThe rosponsitilhty of this company "
what they represent. I only know a may be juidged by the factthat itsB
s *tock is held by over one thousand 0111L R ES S
that the observations taken here fail or the leadrig new',apers in the
United staLer .
to give any cu.Airination of the '
theories of te Pau ibian astronomers." LO WST PRICES.
The r ep ted discoveries at the B A N r
French obi-vatory aroused the in- i Ai M
lerest e''u.rf ler u astornomierp 1 | l s* I
who are gatbeed at the Ycrkes fr 11. ,
thle |)purpose of attending its dedtica-
was ready to give any indorsemeMt St. Andrews, Fla.,
to the theory that lifu prevailed in HoeI e ainl Accnniiao nation First
any forri on the moon, ]however, and CI ,is, in E\ ery I: pelct. U
all agicod with tihi opinion expressed QUEENSWARE, GLASSWARE
in these colurpns heretlufore by S. W tA GLASSWARE,
BUrn. If te astinosierie c SUR ER STOVES AND TIN WARE
editions had been favorable dinii Is prepared to cut
the e.enuing of the tuial observa- OOD AND FE NC(E POSTS A Fi ] n n {0
tion it is likely that ever one of the and delver them at reason tble rates.
dstiguised scientists woul have If you need labor with team call upon '
availed himself of the chance to peep ,,ti. W. SUR
at the ma t. hIs hlesre ha, to, _Br ___

"There are ju' t as good phi,,t,- A SECTIONAL MAl AND A COMPLETE STOCK OF

m as large one," aid (e1 UI l l. U UNDERTAKER'S SUPPLES.
E. Halo, ~liiector of Yerke obbserva- ",iil t.e ] a S t., FOOS & CO m0 1 a n y '
tory'. "Professor L.ewr, director of B a y C un t r y D A F P m
the, PariL observatury. has uBiaoubt. r Double Actin orce Pum
ellv made the best ptiotogmapli of \ \' i -eat. ents by -J- *i--_-_--7 ,_ L _,f "
te moon, ,.t the Lest ph,,l..g>,s ,i,,.,i ,, i. ,,,i ,,,,,, th,,i fine MAP TH IE CO LU MV I A GARDE Pe W
ever made will not show as mtch i 1a 'erinii a:l.,i.it eiLci '-'.'i miles square OLU BA GARDEN PLOW
can be seen through a twelve-inch l' t'rrit,.ry, ii,.liii, tlhe Cincinnati ______
telescpe. The lines n,,ticel in the '1"lra"" 'l .t,.t, I-ls Harrison, Thi. s the latest and most complete
ph.',grap.s (of't e Medon oberlit, i.l adjacent Hand l Jow for working plants in the ga den. It
pht.grap, of lue MeI obera- county. I ..r B isselt-adjuiistable; the weight the' block to
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t,..iv have altavr been notioLced and ON [ DOLLAR. J which the blade is attached keeps it in the'
ino a-tuiiinler has vet, ventture1d to Or t- it 6tv5or .> i..I. -scriptions. ground, and the depth of plowing is regulated(
S t h e at o I> t i r i 't Ii tion. o by lifting the handles. A boy or girl of tect
a *03rt h 1tt thliey ippreite t active I;"y the ai. ,,f thii map the location of years can handle it with perfect ease Tt has a
rivers. I entirely agree with the la,,' [,rcha.vl **t the Cincinnati '-inch,- steel wheel, the height of which makes
drivers. I ea ag ,it i.etatcaln l..,- ea-ily a certained, be p',ow light of draft. It has five blad; is I is
views hof Mr.-Buinhtm on this unb- tir, ,arti .. a, -.,, : and their ,e a turni-irimold. -. shovel, 3 a sweepor weeding .
ject." r lt ,iihtitn *a.i v \il *I and their bla e, 4 a bull-tongue, 5 a rake. Wrench
Sject. eset illti io li we i locate their with each plow.
Oail_ director- of speeturo- lots and.return the J0ap by ma.. We have made arrangements b,
CC'ly lt te ujb.-,ei atliu in l.iover. A,.ll,., 'l'T inL o, which we can furnish this plow at
se( 3,ilt le ti .,e v tia 0li4LSt Liu pi'Aue, sa'. 3*_
Gerinis is authler une of tlhe .is- t. l ws Fla.
tinguissle vi itors at thie Yertken t ,,l I i.'i,. nl. Ip of theBay
observtatory who hold, cuutrarv .iea ciiitntor or I Maip of the City of St.Au-
to thloue epolted aN cullninlg Ir 'om . L .
P'a is.. Il "cou, isc ,cred it ve'ry i V' '....
probable'that a jIhlotograIhi 'if the A iA- ,,
m ,oo n w u l. i b e a le t l0 a t w ,,u l .I ,,,
u" "emucth uil Oftli Citv af t. A r s,
,bj.cts a houisanil leet l-ming or high. it!e.n ulip iu Iit gz at care by the ...
W ithI Professor Hale, he beleiveI it l.,ulishlr, wlho. ha. .are .1no pains ---
possil~be that the pl-,ts on the Mien- to pirepliae t.'ri the public a mnap of -'- -+-- S... ti.
,o ti'grap i n- t. \,re s ait r s t sw reijhtto St. Awta!( .vs ;tLy ;b(.;t 71A credits, nraiwngi tc plOW, delivered
n phograph which are nt c- t. Anews a it lly i. It shows .50But the Buoy pvopoue. to better than this and will send the BUoY
-,lilerel shadows, were to be accitiiil- abitit one year an( fu nish one of these plows complete at the factory for $4.50;1
.purchaser to pay freight.
d fuas variations in ti.O color of1 FOUR MILES OF COAST LNIE, Tu e plow may be 'een in operation at the BUoY Farm at 'ny time
the utaon's crust xt,..:,ili, ast \wa\l i.-im Dyer's order from the BuoY direct ,,
iio i t, takinr-I iln the i .' l '.j'own site of ..
To Cure Catarri. St. Anlru,: ., andl vIe location of 60 YEARS'* "TH1 OLD Oe i O,, *
Do rnt depend upon sulffs, iinhial. liul.,ii n..ine.- pla.ce private resi- EXPERIENO". ,OL\ \
ants or-other l.,cal applicationsl l 's .lenc-., ,l.ckis, ,te.. l.c every lot in
larrh l constitutional disease, ad eacd li l..k andl the a:'.j,,ining addi- LADIES' FAVORITE.
anbtA t lie 'il.'illti Corpany's ALWAYS E L!ABLF.,and peafly SAM. Thesave*
h. a ,co stitu ionao, i ti'n t) tlhe 'ininnati (Jompany's a utb o AWoAmEUiABLBvndperthyArE. eUnted, tets-
can be successful tIy land, within a 'ull desc'rition of the, aOor os iebadru
.I.leal f a a c nsti tuitional 1 einudyv amM = -i notia ntgltebae.u11slt e
Ineans H of a constitution[ ie mn-.ly ;iine. a4 '.l like Hood's Sarsaparilla, whiclih thor- The iMatp will ,how owners of lots 'TR TI*AD, MAU INSITU 120 N..tStLt, SLLoult,M I "
oughly~ purifies tho blood and removes in th.e city just where they are lo- xOOPYalT 'u .
the sc r6iuhlms taintp which cae c.,- eecate-, and i., r.' v:l to those think-qucyo- quc iM rafretec.h an 4in.l t"s
probably patentable. Commontitloat o'*I M F er*
tarth:..he great number of ttti- ing of buying.pr.,le ty. condential. Oide tineyfo.ecurt. French Fruit Our.
uomal frnm those wliho have been Size of Map 30x )0 Inches. Petbt. akwen t h w CO B.g Santro
cUre1dtl catarrh by HI,.,d's Susapa- The BUOY '- ill snd this map to any sieNolTa FMoIte1In theBMR 822 0int,
rilla., .ova the u equaled p- we, f ad.lress on the uceipt of SCbe NT II Ctat I| i 0 82 Pe st o
be ONttfutly Illuesotrated e largest cira inlo6 Rt
tli, dicine to conquer dli.,ea-c. If O N E D O L L A R i fo.urna, p weekly r St Loa, .
ti oubid with catarrh give lhod's Or giver, as pounium if'r 5 yearly MUNN Co.
Sarsa arilla a fatr trial at ouce, c.s .uul eril "iiis "'1 iroUBadway Neorw" ia .ls a oIn*ry to hatlob ,


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