Title: St. Andrews buoy
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Title: St. Andrews buoy
Uniform Title: St. Andrews buoy
Alternate Title: Saint Andrews buoy
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Emmons & Lynch
Place of Publication: St. Andrews Fla
Publication Date: February 17, 1898
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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TI. ANDItEWS BAY

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1ST. ANDREWS BAY
ST. ANDREWS BAYit


VOL. VII.


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A., FEB. 17,


1898.


lWashin~gio'n Golr't~l

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OFFICIAL DIRECTORY.

UNITED STATES.
Senators-Hon. Sam'l Pasco, Monticello,
Hon S.R. Mallory, Pensaeola.
Hepresentatives-s at District, S.M. S pa r'-
man, Tampa; 2d District, R. of
,avis, Palatka.
,and Office-Register, J M. Barco;
iAceiver-ND Wainwright, Gainesville
... STATE.
dGvernor-W. D. Bloxham; Secretary of
State, J. L. Jrawford; treasurer. J.. B.-
ihitfield; Attorney General Win. B. La-
pmar; Comptroller, W. H. Reynolds; St-
erintendent )f Public Instructioin, W
N. Sheats; Commissioner of Agricul.
ture, L. u. Wombwell; Adjatant Ge
eral, Patrick Houston. Tallahassee.
U. S. SENATOR.
First District-S. R. Maillory. Pensacola
second District,Samnuel Pasto Monticello
STATIC SENAToR.

'WS ASHINSTON COUNTY.
Representative, S. M. Rolbinsou,Chiplev
county Judge, D. D. Melvin, Vernon;
Clark of Court countyy Clerk, Ilecorde
of Deeds, W.- Lassitter, Vernon,
Sheriff, C. G. Allen, Chipley; Treasurer,
R. C. Home, Chipley; Tax Collector, A.
.. Jones, Vernon; Tax Assessor, W,
B. Gainer,. R.-onffiuia. Superintendent
of Public n actionn, W. L,, Locky;
hipley; ,SurT r, Tbos. Collins, Chip-
.y ST. ANDREWS.
ttutica of the Peace; W. I. Singleterry;
Notary Public, Deputy Circuit Court
Clerk. W. A. Einmons: School Super-
visor, Vt F. Brackin; Post Master, L.
M.Ware .
HARnRION'.
Postmistress, Mrs.. M. B. Jenks.
PARKER
?0stmaster and Not.vy Public, W. H.
Parker.
PtTSBURO.
?oatmistress, Mrs. Hatselleorg.
Postumaster, S. W. Anderson
GAY.
Postmaster, Mrs. R. Gay.
Postmaster,. Martin Post.
FARMDAI.E.
&ostmIastes, W. F. Woodfevd.
WETAPHO.
Postmistress, Mrs. Dyer.,
Ws'r BAT ,
Postmaster, P, N. HutchikAou.
b(l.BoUN Cuu. TYV' p0 aANTON.
4vtaries, E. lMoahere 'rrank Hosakis,
Postmaster, W. M. 0'roman ; Csi
ty Commissioner, H. M. Spicer
Deputy Clerk of Courts. S. T. Walkle-y

ELIt t G1 OUS.
Sihodist-Church cor. Washington ave
and Chestnut st-Rev. L. G. Gunsn,
pastor. Preaching at II a. in. and 7:30
very alternie Sunday.
Presbyterian church every Sunday after
seen at :i30 o'clock. All are invited.
Baptist-Church, corner of Wyoming
aven is and Cincinna i street. Church
conferer, i .turday before first Sunday
at 4 p. i. Sunday school every Sunday at
aT a. t.. Preaching second and fourth
Sunday in each month. Rev. J. P. Smith,
pastor
Presbyterian-Church corner Loraine
avenue and Drake street.
Satholic-Church corner Wyoming ave-
:attI.jid Foster street
THE MAILS.
The northern mail, via Anderson, Gay,
Bayhead and Chipley departs every day
except Sunday at 3:00 o'clock; a. in.;
arrives every day except Sunaay at
7:40 p. an.
east Bay mail for Harrison, Croaninton,
Pitgrer, Farmndale and Wetappo, leaves
St. Andrews going east every morning
at 6 o'clock and leaving Wetappo at.
I o'clock, arrives, c'niing west every
evenid~ at 7 o'clock.
St. A kIREWS BAY, CHIPLEY &
VERNON TELEPHONE CO.
(Incorporated Nov. 7, 1886.)
SCHEDULE OF RATES:-For efch five
minutes, or fraction i thereof, use of
Phone:
Between St;Andrews Bay & Gay.... 10c
Bayheadl5ec
l" Chipley. 25c
Chipley & Bayhead........ 15oc
*'. ., ,, Gay............. 20c
Bayhead &Gay............
For transmission by telegraph 10c.
*xtra, not including telegraphic service.
A. J. GAY, Gen'l Mgr.

Parker Lodge No. 142
A.. .'. &; A. 3M
Regular Communi-
1^ cations on Saturday,
d '^ ron or before each full

i j~~, Valtting Brothers
FRATERNALLY INVITED.
E. PALMER, W. M.
W. A. Euxots. Secretary.


BUSINESS DIRECTORY,
W. A. EMMONS,
Deputy Circuit Court. Clerk and No-
tary Public for the State at Large; has
jurialietion to administer oaths, take
aflidcits, legalize acknowledgments,
etc.; anywhere in Florida. Special at-
tention given to land conveyances and
to (nirriage services, and license issued
to t,fully qualified parties. Office at
the BUTOY Office, St. Andrews Bay.
R. J. J. KESTER,
Ho'i4tpathic Physician anid Ac-
coun6her. Office Pioneer Drug Store,
corner of Shell avenue and Michi-


gni street,
St. Andrews


- Florida


SDR. W. G. MITCHELL,
tf#Tihioan and Druggist, Commerce st.,
4gst of Bayview, Offers his professional
servicess to the citizens of St. An-
drews and vicinity. Residence on Buena
Vista avenue.

C. H. CRIPPEN,
Notary Public.
Will attend promptly to all business de-
m'anding his attention. Office on Bay.-
v aew street, one block northeast of T.
-' Danferd's store


PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY
One Dollar a Year in Advance.

WILLIAM A. EMMONS
Editor and Proprietor.
Display ad rates 50c per inch per month
Position and extraordinary condition
rates subiect to special agreement.
"Local Drift," 5c per line, first insertion;
2dVc each subsequent. Display locals-
double above rates.


strict Economy.
New York Post.
Mr. Dingley, leader of the house.
is a quite different gentleman from
Mr. Dingley, author of the law to
,prevent a deficit (his own deficit to
an', issuer of bulletins to show that
we shall soon be just wallowing in
surplus revenue. All the dispatches
agree that the programme of severe
economy in the house is exciting
vast indignation among the rank andl
file who so dearly l,,ve to go in for
thie old flag snd an appropriations.
Tlie spending bills are to be et t 14

is so inun1 h as to be though .t of, anil
public buildings are to be kept down
in mobt miserly fashion. Why is
thia? The at.swer given the angry


The Conquero
Per-,..ola News.
There is a new plan
rather on somebody's brail
Cuba her long sought free'
is the product of i Minneapl.-
mind, to take efleet ,on .th
next July, if at all. HiiC t
not ai all bad, but its prac
vriml nnot -vh d


Dot-or
give
I. It
jlaal 'S
th of
iry is
will


ir eteic iliin1r m iiOu t. are to
One liundred thousand me a which
be landed in Cuba,a nau b hle to
crippled Spain will h]ardlly bL t'is
lace 'ilthotnt grave ,disaster. epe ,e
w:ay the American plam ; ,
Cub '-4 fre lnu. li 100I.
- s vf w t .
will fight if other ways -anntt avail.
All in all. the scheme is. a lpret)v
one, though bordering ov the Utot
pain, and it is doubtful whether it


private members, with their beauti. will be given general credence. A!-


tiful private bills up their sleeves, is
that Chairman Dingley says the
state of the revenue is such that not


luring methods have often heein sug-
gested to free Cuba. None have yet
materialized Perhaps this. il tried


a dollar canb e spared which is not will result with bettor luck. a8nd
strictly necessary. Thus does Ding. Floridians deeply trust so.


ley the chairman act as ii he did not
believe a word that Dingley the sta-
tician a:'d prophet says. Certainly
the raging congressmen, robbed of
their appropriations, cannot be
blamed for asking what kind of a
surplus revenue it ia that cannot be
dragj upon. They aru a little slow,


Her Theory Offensive.
Was ington Post.
A girl who has theories has made
up her mind that one of them, at
least, she will never again speak in
public. At somebody's tea not long
ago, she met an elderly but" till
youthful-appearinig ian, who is a


but in time they will understand that
power in society.


The convestatitio


the surplus revenue which Mr. Diag. turned on hair, and the lack of hair.


ley sees pouring in upon him in lor


"You can tell a man's character


oratorical and electoral purposes from the way baldness li.in, with


What 1 6 We Plant When We
Plant ihe Tree.
What do we -plant when we plant when
we plant tLe tree?
We plant the ship that will cross the
sea.
We plant the masts to carry the sails;
We plant the plank to withstand the
gale.
Te keel the keelson and beam and knee,
We plant the ship when we plant the
tree.

What do we plant when we plant the
tree?
We plant the house for you and me.
We plant the rafters, the shingles, the
floors;
We plant the studding, the laths the
doors,
The beams and siding, all parts that be
We plant the house when we plant the
tree.

What do we plant when we plant the
tree?
A thousndtd things that we daily ASe,
We pl.nt the spire that out-towers the
crag,
We plant the staff for our country's flag,
We plant the shade from the hot sun
free;
We plant all things when we plant the
tree.

Jacksonville Metropolis: Evidence
-.. *I...-.---A1 P1 .. .-.


only; when it comes to actually
ountiug the money and voting it
way, the creator of the deficit is as
painfullyy conscious of the work of
mis own hands as any other man.

findings of the Monetary Con-
terence.
The following are the chief f.'a-
ures of the currency bill formulated
y the Indianapolis monetary confer-
ce recently.
1. To 'ret'olve, and forever, all du'iLt
, ao to what he 11 taendard of value jo
the United States is and is to be.
2. To work in harmony with the
nations of the world.
3. To eliminate Iroin our currency
system those features which reason
and experience show to be elements
of weakness and danger.
4. To provide a par-er currency
convertible into gold and equal to it
in value at all times and places, in
which, with a vo'umne adequate to
the general and unnsual needs of bus-
iness, there shall be combined a qual-
ity of growth and elasticity through
which it will adjust itself auto-
m'atically and promptly to all varia-
tions of demand, whether sudden or
gradual, and which shall distribute
itself throughout the country as the
wants of different sections may re-
quire.
5. To so utilize the existing silver
dollars as to maintain their parity
%i4th gold witkiout imposing undue
burdens on the treasury.
6, To avoid any injurions con
tractions of tlhe currency.
7. To avo:d the issue of interest-
bearing bonds, except in case of un-
looked for emergency, but to confer
the power to issue thd bonds when
necessary for the protection of the
credit of the government.
8. To accomplish these ends by a
means which shall lead from our
present confused rnd uncertain stand-
ing by gradual and conservative steps
to a monetary system which shall be
thoroughly safe and capable of growth
at any instant the country may
desire.

Necessity of Cover During Sleep.
Popular Science News.
The object is simply this: Nature
takes the time when one is lying
down to give the heart rest, and
that organ, consequently, makes ten


Ihas accumulated for th aiiw *.^
o strokesla Css a minute than when ann


years that the tax-payers got exceed-
ingly poor service for the immense
amount of money paid out for enact-
tng laws by the last legislature.


is in an upright posture. Multiply
that by sixty minutes and it is six


him," announced the yonu~a. woman
who ha, theories.
"A scholarly, stuidious, upright
man always grows bald at the crown
of hin head first."
"And suppose he grows bald at
the temples first?" asked the elderly
ge'ntlli' an, whos:a hair is rea ly al-


ti',st a bang.
"0," said the y',unt w,of ih
lively, "he's a very different
then. ne",,r knew a T
sii lt I -.1 a mi..Nlhla ItrelL


whi wasn't an utter scouni
heart."


"But--" began the listneer.
"Oh. he may conceal his ri
ture," she went on, "but liol
laii just the same. Don't youth


f1 at


na-
a vil-
agree


with me?"
The elderly gentleman arosj His
voice trembled a little. -
"Young lady." lhe said, "?vear a
toupee."
Lindsay's Idea of LuxrY-.
Washington Star.
"If I had plenty ot m onef to do
with as t wished," said Seiatr Lind.
say ,ot Kentucky, to a patty o ffriend
at the Hotel Washington the other
morning, "I'd have music Il'ayed at
all my meals and get cigars made at
$50 a hundred. These arvwo lux-
uries I would most sti 'el'y indulge
myself in. I'd have the m'uic play-'
ed by a small orchestra, eay a horn
and two or three violins and.a flute,
anti a bass viol, and I'd hav! it play
soft, harmonious airs while Bate, andl
now and then I'd have s,4ie vocal


music given by coloie.l
There's a peculiar harmon]
gto singing tone. I'd h
sing such things as 'When
ter Melon Hangs Upon t
That's a song calculated
the most sluggard appeti
member hearing it once on
sippi river boat. A,-t-
aboard and in the party w
of Mississippi'. There %
darkeys aboard who played
mental music with banjo
and a fiddle. I asked 'e
ever sung. and they saiki
sometimes. Well, they sv
"When the Watermelon If
on the Vine." Hooker il
heard it before, and it nears


crazy."

Jacksonville, Meatrnrpolimi


hundred strokes. Therefore, in eight snow storms raging thro@
hours spent in lying down the heart north, ice and now foug
s i saved nearly five thousand strokes feet dee businean d


The Washington correspondent of and as the heart pump six ounces and steamers tied up, telegr
T -11 rA.. T 1


the Jacksonville limes-Union and of blood with each stroke, it lifts down, it must be, indeed, c
Citizen says: "The members of the thirty thousand ounces less of blood to our northern visitors I


house rivers and harbors committee
aree enthusiastic over their Florida
visit, and were convinced of the ne-
6essfiy of l aiboir improvements in
the state, and itf a river and harbor
bill is brought ii at this session it is
pretty certain tohai Florida: water
*ill 6e *ell care lf6W."


fn a night of eight hours spent iii
bed than when one is in an upright
position. As the blood flows so
much rmoi'e slowly through the veins
when one is lying down', one niiust
supply then with extra coverings tfhe
warmth iually ltrnil.ed' by cirar-
liotion.


that they are in tropical F
joying the genial sut'sh
balmy breezes. It is 'fr
has had some unusually
this winter, but nothing t(
with the cold' north, and
complain of cold here shI
disewh'ere in'd see t'Me diffe


voices.
|in a ne-
ve them
ihe Wa-
Vine.'
Sinspire
I re-
a Missis-
" us were
Hooker
le some
ins tru
Sglitars
*i they
they dlid
'Uckk np
ni- UIp-
Ai ever
sct himt


With
itall the
1an. fiva
t, plains
'ph wires
tinforting
r e:dlize
9rida el-
aie and
i Florida
id: days'
compai e
d try ito
lid try it


"Since there is some debt al
I must give you a specific caae
I& body hc Mr. Lewis, for ec


Td-yWxpet any enrninxn]
fingers?"
'I think I should, though th
not have done so to any consider
tent in the few days which
elapsed."
"They wouldn't have swollen
"No, I am positive that the;
not."
"Thank you, doctor; you have
an important point for me. W
trial comes on, please remember
terview, in case you should beq
ed about it on the witness stand
"I will testify, of course, th
yet I cannot see what it is that
trying to prove."
"Pardon me if I say no more
i#me. I must think only of the i
which I am serving, and I deem i
to work quietly, as yet. Will yot
me by not mentioning this to an
"I will be discreet, since you
think it is important."
Leaving the doctor's hou
Barnes went to the bridge from
Marvel claimed that he had thr
bundle of clothing. Looking (
edge, into the water, he conclude
en whichever side it had been
tbe bundle must have been ca
the current toward the dam; of
it would have been found on the
4hich were shelving on the south
the bridge.
Next be left the bridge and
the side of the stream north of t
aid from that point studied the a
conditions. "Well," thought
Marvel had sought for a place
thing he could not have chosen
This conclusion was most probi
he saw a large number of eP
bowldersof jagged rock project
the water, which is shallow as
over the stones, and these rough
tions made innumerable edd
Smaller current&. A bundle of
0100 -W.caught and beld


time, orat least long enough to beof no
practical value to Walter Marvel.
The detective saw that he had almost
a hopeless task to make this river yield
up its secret, if indeed it held one.
However, he was not a man easily
daunted by obstacles, and be deter-
mined to make an attempt that night.
He chose the night for his experiment,
deeming it wisest to make the condi-
tions as nearly as possible similar to
those under which the accused had act-
ed. He thought that the currents among
these rocks might be different at night,
as then the mills would not be working.
He closely examined the dam and con-
ceived a new idea. The dam was made
of wood, and as its construction must
be clear to you in order that you may
understand the course pursued by Mr.
Barnes it becomes necessary to describe
it.
The bridge is about 100 feet south of
the point where the water goes over the
dam. Standing on this bridge, one no-
tices a smooth body of water flowing
toward the place where it rushed over
the dam, but he forms no idea of the
power of the current from this point of
view. On the line where the stream
dashes downward he sees some boards
projectiug above the surface from each
side of, the river toward the center for
a distaooe equal to one-quarter of the
width of the stream. Between these
points where the dam rises above the
level the water rushes over the dam,
which is two feet lower along the center
than at the sides. Going below the dam
-that is, to the north of it-one easi-
ly sees how it is constructed. Immense
triangles of timber are laid afilong the
rooks, resting on the short ides. Thus
their hypotenuses face tftR south, and
on them are nailed the boards which
form the dam. Therefore, as the water
rushes over, there is a space under the
dam where it is comparatively dry-at
least, no great amount of water finds its
way there, as only what leaks throagli
drips down.
It was while looking at this space
that the new idea occurred to the de-
tective. In order to turn the mill wheels,
sluices are built which condu. -'the wa-
ter in the desired direction. \\-u these
are open, it is evident that a st. g cur-
rent sets in the direction of tli\ mill.
This is so powerful and there is such a
suction downward that objects on the
surface would be drawn below and car-
ried into the mill, were it not that the
sluice gates are furnished with gratings
to keep out such jetsam. Studying this
point, it became evident to the detective
that if the sluices were open on Sunday
night, the bundle of clothing must be
looked for at these gratings.
He therefore went to the mill and
asked for the man who had the care of
the sluices. From him he learned that
they had been closed on the eight of the
murder, and then persuaded him to
have them closed this evening also, so
that the conditions might be the same.
Leaving the vicinity of the mill, he
went back to Riverside and enjoyed his
supper with Miss Lewis. After the
meal he said:
"Where is Mr. Lewis? Is he not stay-
ing here?"
"He accepted an invitation to visit
the squire tonight."
"All the better; the fewer people who
know what I do toitfabt the mori#


S --very gooad weas Ms .sa- _IIIIllu i_ WI- -a
tionpl ; proud of telling how he entered Phi!.
"SimplyW. M.' The t alelhiaforthe ft time with oth-
not appear, and the letters are so close
together there is no chance that it ever ing in the world but two shillings in
was there. It occurred to me that it his pocket and four rolls of bread di.
may have been and have become wOrn der his arm. But really, when yo '
cout, but that is impossible." come to exam e it cay, it wa
As this hope was dispelled Virginia nothing. n bodyt could ha wduue
seemed much disappointed. hing. An body co
"What do you think now, Mr. it."
Barnes?" said she. '"Thisis disourag-
ing, is it not?"' United States Secretarj of Agri-
"Do you know if your mother ad culture James Wilson, has paid a re.
more than one name?"
"I cannot be certain, but, I never cent visit to Flo ,la, arriving ij
heard of any other except 'Matilda.'" .lacksonville on the 8th inst. The'
"Still she may have had another, and secretary said to a rintes-Un;on a d
it may have been 'Winona' or some oth- y meUnon
er with 'W.' for the initial We must -fizen representative that he camr
look that up. If the initials are bers, it to Fiorida "to ascertain what your
will answer our purpose as well. Now people need, and to findl out in what
we will start on the other errand. Mr. way the Department of Agriculture
Everly, you may come with us if you eanm help them. I have come here at
wish. We are goitig to try to recover the request of the pideident, and of
the clothes which Marvel says he threw coise that amounts to a cemusan,l.'
over the bridge." r'
"I should like togo with you, ll l am perfectly familiar with the ag'

doubt if you will succeed. Young Mr. rirultnral co,,diti.s in the north and
Lewis inaugurated a regular search, west, and the purpose of my visit to-
and besides I weut myself and looki4 Florida is to firl ,out what the peo-
thoroughly more than once after the- pie ueedl, and in what muanuce thexf
inquest I think I should have madip can be assisted."
a bundle for them to find, ouly I could ':
not supply the locket which he said is 'The South Atlantic and Gult
in the Pccket." ...n .... C,
"No, no! We must notresort to man- States Quarantine Convention lletin '
ufacturirg any evidence. If Marvel is Mobile on the 9th imjt., with a.boit .
guilty, he must suffer, but if he is ib. Z00 re|pre me.tative delhgaftes in at-.
nocent he must be saved. Let us work tendance, The convdnt ion ,licnosq4
only for the truth." So saying, he took tae qtne.ti,,n of qonaratine ini all ,a -
up the bundle of wet clothing and start- p l e a
ed. Virginity and Everly followed in phaep; blut its disut-ii o a was not-
silence, neither of them relishing the hnit,,d by the sniject of quaranttiie?
last speech of the detective, however -- -- .
just they knew it to be. The trio souon
reached their destination, and Mr.
Barnes stopped at a point near the rail. Modern Treatment of
"Here," said be, "if my calculations a
are correct, is the plaie froin which I
tbink MaI vel must have thrown bins Cf SD0UlP00D


LuUUdle. I wilI now explainn ro you wbat
I expect will happen. I have soaked my
bundle, because Hi was wet. If dry,
the clothes would figat nearer to the
surface of the wantr and would soon
be hurried over the dam, as the current
here is very rapid. But being wet, and
therefore monr weighty, this. bundle
will float below the surface, if at all."
His companions listened with much
interest. He continued: "I will now
commence my experiment. Fortunately
the moon is bright and we can see easi-
ly. First, I will take a piece of wood."
He looked about and soon found a
large, heavy piece of timber near the
sawmill. Approaching the rail he said,
"Now I will throw this over, and you
will see that it will be carried, first,
Against the boarding- which projects
above the level, and then be swept to-
ward the center and over." He let it
drop and the result was exactly as bhe
had predicted. "That much..wa easily
foreseen. But my next may not be so ac-
curate,. for it Is .but a surmise on my
part. My idea Ia this: That wood went
over, readily. But with a bundle of
clothing it may be different. If it is first
taken against the projecting portion,
and then drawn toward the. center, it
will go over more slowly than if car-
ried directly. NMoif the eight ia suf-
ficient to bold ft d iue distance belgw
*_


The latest work oa tbe.
treatment of diseases written
y forty eminent American
physicans, says: "Cod-lver
done more for the con-
sumptive than ll other remc-
de put together" It also
yst "The hpophosphites
U and sboa~ re regarded
b;y many English bservras as
aelcs for consanptftaZ"

Scott's Emulsion

cntains eI thbest cod-fiver oi




quarter of acntur, is Ia

view of the medicalrut ofs on
Be sure you get SCOti '
Emuwion,
* AU druggsts ; soc. *nd $1.0.
SCOTT & BOW)E, Chamirst, new Yari.


S O I
RERIGUES OTTLENGUl
( WW OF "AN ARTIST IN CRUMI.. c.

CO .-VR C 1. |1491K ev .- P TNA ***A SoN

bot it, pleased I shall be. Now, then, I want a
. Take suit of your uncle's clothing old ones
xampl. will do."
'- "I will getwhat you wet." Virtania
left the room, returning a tow minutes
icy may later with eome clothing. The detective
able ex- placed the articles in apail of water, al-
S have lowing them to become thoroughly wet
before he removed them. Next he rolled
yn?* them into a compact bundle, which be
y would tied securely.
"I am now ready for my expertmen t
e settled My idea is to go to t*ie bridge and throw
'hen the that bundle over, as Marvel claims
this in- that he did and then see what becomes
nebtion- of It. I am sorry thot I cannot ask him
eL 9 at just what point be did this, but I
ough asfl must d o the beat I can without this
ou ae knowledge. The probability is that be
tossed the bundle over as soon as be got
e at this on the bridge and with his right bhnd.
interests Therefore hewould have thrown It over
it wisest on the side nearest the dam. At any
u obli rate, that is what I Ishall do"
y one" "I see wLat your idea Is and am anx-
seem to tons t toLve the experiment tried. Shall
seem to we go at once?"

se, Mr. "tIo. I cannot tell what difference
n which the l.ur may make on the currents, and
own the io niny days after they may be totally
over the e t.erent. However, I shall go at the
ded that fbame hour as he did. At least it will
thrown insure our not being observed. Besides,
wried by I wish if possible tos ee Everly, and Z
otherwise think he will return before 11 o'clock."
e banks, "You will wait till that bour?"
h fidecf "Yes. You left Marvel at the river
and reached your room at 10:80. Bee
went to came here after that, then went to his
he dam own house and book to the bridge,
a ,rent a where he must have arrived at or about
he, "if 11:80.-"
to lose a The evening passed slowly, most of
better." the time being consumed by these two
able, for in a discussion of the subject which ab-
normous sorbed their minds, until, at about a
iug from quarter to 11, a horse's boofa sounded
it passes without, and a moment Jater they were
i proJeo joined by Will Everly.
lies and "Well," said t1e detective, "whbat
clothing news'
c i '"I found Atnsley and throuSb
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te msurfac, and there are any ag&A
dgme to the woodwork of the dam. the
cloth would tbst likely catch on tbe ..
In that oase it would not fall into the
stream below, but would remain N06-
pended awhile, finallydropping late the'
space under the dam. Mr. Everly, yod
will go around to the other sicle Uu4
in ease It does o over yoia -
where the currents take it."
Everly at once obeyed, and, reoelvslg
the signal that be was in his postie.
Mr. Barnes dropped his bundle. Vbr-
ginia scarcely breathed, so great wa4
her anxiety as to the botcome ef thb
trial. As in the first eperl.tietb t
bundle, which could j ht b% 6 s i
floated below the surthedrifted stBight
to the projecting ridge thence slowly u
went toward the center, where it we-
mained stationary for a moment. Thin
moment seemedpn age to the girL Sb._
almost thought that her lover's fate
ended on that bundle of blbtbii.. ,
last it moved again, and 9itvjtpr, part.
ly disappearing; but, as bad be pre
dicted, it seemed to catch and remains
hanging. Virginia was about to utte
an exclamation of joy when, toher dial
may, it was forced from its slender hold
and carried down into the rapids below.
Virginia uttered a groan as abhe thought
the experiment hal failed.
"Come, come," said Mr. Barnes re-,
assuringly, "what did you peetf.
Surely not that my bundle would drop
on top of the other? That would have
been miraculous. You noticed that, Ma I
predicted, it caught on the edge. Pe


















Be latod before the dcighted gasi of i
othersaa locket.
baps the other dropped below, evew
though mine did not. I may have tied
my parcel tighter than the other, and
so have left less chance for the cloth to
be caught. Come below, and we will
search under the dam. Let us see wh
Tsl T .Till report "

As Told by Mark Twain.


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NOTi.-It must be remembered that the.
wind li not a wholly reliable Kilo lie po, -
or and if the sailors sometimes find it im.
possible to make schedule time it muin t be
etarged to the elements; they do the best
theb-cen* r-.

The schonner Cleopatra came in
from Pensacola Sunday forenoon,
loaded t thlie guards with merchan-
dise and miscellaneous freights, and
having on board two passengers.
Shie ailed for 'ensac.i Tuesday af-
teruoon. :: .
The Stntinier Alpha came in ont
good tilln Monday tni.rjiiig antd ddi-
chargeld her cunstoiuary i trge cargo uf
freight. Eight or ten passengers al-
au took advantage of the Alphla N tripi
to sojourn for a season on St. An-
....wm Bay. -
Th. nB keye returned.from, Pen,-a-
cola. Monday, whence she hlial taken
a bQatlual of oysters.

NAPL'THA LAt U H,
GLADYS.
CArT. RANK W\VITIEKILL..I
0arrjes the Eas.;t 1liy Mail between St.
Andrewp Bay, Wetappo. and intermedi-
ate points. Leaves St. Andrews daily
(except Su.jday ) at 6:00 a. in.; arrive at
Wetappo a't 1:30 p. min.; leave Wetappo
at 1:00 p. n.; arrives at St. Andrews alt
7:30 p. m. Makes laudings regularly at
Harrison, Cromaniton, Parker. Pitts-
hurg and Farmdale. For passenger and
freight rates, see rate card in the sev-
oral postoffifices. :
DAVID M. WITHERILL, Contractor.

PACKET SCHOONER
CLEOPATRA.
BOBT GW.LTNEY, MASTER.
Leaves St Andrews Bay every Tuesday,
leaves Pensacola every Friday,
(weather 'peinittinig). Special atten.-
tion will be given to receiving and
forwarding freight for parties living on
Eai3t nd North Bay, passengers for
points on either ari of the Bay can
depend upon securing prompt trans-
portationi at reasonable rates. For
further information apply Il
L. 31. WA.1X & Co., Agtes
PACK El SCHOONER'
CA AN NET.
CArr. M.P. BUTLsR.
"iM-keg regular weekly trips lietrie.-n
1Pr&.-aecola and St. Andrews HIay. Pa4-
s oiisPrrs anid frei-'lit Irainsported at r'eas-
Ueable ratle.. For parlticulars, ntil-Iress
M. P. II'T.R, corGarden and 'Tntlh ave.,
rleamiI-, Fla.
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A Week's WVcaUler.
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-7 7 . --- .,.. .
fures, the rainfall and direction of the
wind, for the twenty-four hours ending
at 7 o'clock p. m., as Indicated by U. S,
government self-registering thermom-
eters: Max. Min. Mean. R'n W'd
Fob. 9 70 42 56 .00 sw
W 10 72 53 62 .00 ne
11 72 56, 64 .00 ,n
12 72 56 64 1.05 n.
13 70 49 59 .00 nw
14 67 50 58 .00 n
155 69 53 61 .12 nw
Forweek... 170 151 160 11.17 I


PU RE BLOOD is the foundation
of health. Hood's Sarsaparillamakes
the blgpd pare, rich and nourishing and
givsand maintains good HEALTH.

Mobile Itnm: Last evening "st and-
Wl rotUin" only seemed to be the
order at hlie single Fax meeting at
No. 7"2 Danphin street, where Mr.
Evre Darner read a paper before the
club, giving .his views as to what
seemed to him to be difficulties in
the way of the adoption of the single
tax.

ManyRich Strikes Made.
The steamiship Coquitlan, which
recently struck on a rock near Mary
Land, off thie southwest coast of
Alaska, while bound north, has ar-
rived at Vancouver direct from Ska-,
gasny, bringing news of affairs in the
northern territory. The news thaia
many strikes Lad been ma'le on the
lW l Salmon i eoinfi inmed by a party
who came out for s i.iiilius.

A cou inclg lbmple.
The otber day a south side teacher
wee discoursing to her pupils about the
evils of becoming "addicted to slang,
when bshe pauatd and asked them to
ive her an example of a slang phrase.
the ohool went into convulsions when a
youngster in knee pants yelled promptly:
"You're not so hot. There are other
bable on the pile."
fhe teacher did not call for any more
samples -Indianapolis Sentinel.

oauther California has a population
at about 820,000, comprising 64,000
tamilie s, ad the railroad mileage is
equal to one mile of road to about 40
untilies. The population is increasing
0t the rate of from 16,000 to 20,000
amilee a year,
Nottc
SheretTby given to all parties holding '
claims against the estate of John Co
tlantime, late of Washingtor county, d
seamed, to present them to tae under
4m1*4 administrator within twelve
.i0Ut6f Twna-the date hereof, or tlhe sanime
.i'tT V irdre* bv the s-taluti of 1n-tita-
l. TfV. I. SING.LLTARY, Admr. .
Ant fl 14. 197.
WAfTED-TRISTWORTBY and ACT-
ZSn gentlemen or ladies to travel for re-
sponilble, established house in Florida.
Monthly $65 and expenses. Position
steady. Reference. Enclose self-ad-
-- a_ 3 a.-.nt a.wainn_-a n 'ha T-


LOCAL DRI FT'.
-A good milch cow for sale, cheap.
Apply at Buoy office.
-Do you want clothing, cheap? Max-
on & Broc .'s is the place.
-WannarWaker & Brown's samples
for Tailor Made Suits at L. M. Ware &
Co's. Call a rd get prices,
-General stock of merchandise at
Maxon & Brock's. Call and see if we
treat you right.
--Chipley Banner. Mr. and Mrs. Ros-
well Gay are the ones that are happy;
it is a boy and they call him Roswell.
-Allens Tasteless Chill Tonic, Sar-
saparrilla, and Yellow -Dock are the
best. For additional evidence call on
Dr. J. J. Kester.
-Read the item below in reference
to taxes, amount and method of pay-
moent of same, carefully and govern
yourself accordingly
-Thlie convention which was to have
.been held at Penacola on Feb. 16th,
has been postponed uitil Feb. 22, on ac-
count of transportation rates.
-A gdod big Tablet for 5 cts; a larger
one for- Sts and a good thick school
tablet with 175 leaves for 10 cts; all with
handsome covers anidgood, ruled paper,
at the BUOY office.
-1'arents and guardians interested in
sec'irTg the nriost'" pratirt-Busines
Ede.itlion for their children ait the least
expense, should correspond with the
D. Funiak Business College, DeFuniak
Sprifigs, Fla., Catalogue free.
-The St. Andrews Bay Horticultural
and Improvement Company is prepar-
ed to clear, improve and plant into fruit
any tract of land which may be given
them. It will pay all persons to buy ai
tract from them and have it improved.
Pensacola News: The friends of Ma-
jor W. H. Milton, the state's attorney
for this judicial circuit, who suffered an
appoplectic stroke at Marianna several
days ago will be pl ased to learn that
lie is improving and is expected to en-
tirely recover.
-A party of Miss Anna Brown's
friends surprised her lust Thursday
night, it being the occasion of her
birthday. Many were the expressions
of good will, and wishes of happy, re-
turnsof the day. Games were played
and cake and coffee served.
-The good people of Pearl Bayou,
near Cromanton are rejoicing in a new
school house, with a term of school al-
ready commenced which is being
taught by Miss Emily Adkins. The
school has an enrollment of fourteen
pupils and is progressing finely.
--If you are thinking of buying prop-
erty in St. Andrews or immediate vi-
cinity, you cannot afford to purchase
until you have conferred with the pro-
prietor of the BuoY. If you are short of
money and want to buy on your own
time for actual settlement you can be
accommodated
-That the richest and largest depos-
its of gold the earth has ever produced
up to the present time have been found
_n th^iska "1jndyke emot' n"iow


tI )tIIo rite advIertisement' of the
Alaska londyke Gold Mining Compa-
by in another column.
-Allan's Tasteless Chill Tonic With
Iron cures chills, fevers, lagrippe, in-
termittent, bilious and malarial fevers,
dumb ague, swamp fever, dengue aud
diseasease 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. Every bottle
guaranteed to give satisfaction or your
money refunded.
-Florida Agriculturist: If the gov-
ernment would shut out from the sec-
ond class mails the Seaside Libraries,
cheap literature in book form, which is
published with an alleged date, and
which partakes in no particular of the
character of a newsp per, it would be
doing the proper thing and the postal
revenues would thus be increased with-
out working a hardship to the newspa-
per publishers of the country.
-The little motherless infant of Mrs.
Eva Kipp, who-e sad death was men-
tioned in these columns some weeks
ago, followed its mother into eternal
slumber on Thursday last and was laid
beside its mother in the cemetery at
Parker on Friday. The frail little suf-
ferer was given all the attention that
its loving grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
Jas. Fox could bestow; but the thread
of life was all too slender and parted, at
the will-of"Etvi creator, despite thefi
hopes and care of its attendants. f l t'
S'-The Florida' Agriculturist celebrat-
edits twenty-fifth anniversary by pub-
lishing a superbly printed and hand-
somely illustrated edctiot-. 'This ed.-
tion is a splendid example of what push
add energy car, acc, isi(iih. The Agri-
tculturist has_ ii its I ifetimne encountered
any reverses, but -has surmounted
them all, and with the work all done in
its own office-the type set on, its own
linotype machines and the splendid
press work done upon its own presses,
it sends out an edition that would be a
credit to any metropolitan publishing
house in the land
--Taxes for the year 1897 are now
due and will become delinquent April
1, 1898, unless the time for payment is
-zextended before that time, which it is
not likely to be. All those who expect
the BUOY to attend to the payment of
same are advised to make certain that
they have a credit on our tax book
sufficient to meet the amount, which
'will mean that the tax will certainly be
paN,, as heretofore; but if such credit
-is not shown, even though the amount
seems insignificant, they just as cer-
tainly will not be paid unless some sue-
cial arrangement is made to that end.
'The tax this year is 171 mills, as com-
pared with 12* mills last year; hence
in providing for payment this year, add
about 33 per cent., or one-third more
than the amount shown upon your re-
ceipt for 1896. This notice, shall be
deemed sufficient for all patrons of the
BuooY who wish it toattendto the nav.


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-Go to Maxon & Brock's for stoves
and tin ware.
-"Lewis' men's and wdmen's Ox-
ford ties, from $1 to $2, aau.d a nice lot of
patent tip low cuts at $1 a pair at at L.
M. Ware & Co's.
--A lecture will be given by Prof. J.
C. Lipes in commemoration of Wash-
ington Day, next Tuesday night at the
Presbyterian church. Subject: "Na-
tional Development." All are invited.
-Last Thursday a sailing party was
given in honor of Mrs. Henry Grader,
of Columbus, Ga., by her old-time
friends and acquaintances, upon, the
Buckeye. The day was cool, but there
was a stiff breeze, which carried the
laughing, joyous party over the bound,
ing waves.
-The board of county c6mmissione:'s
at its recent session selected G. A. Dan-
lev of Chipley to represent -the county
in the convention to be held in Persa-
cola on the 22d, for the purpose of pro-
viding ways and means for an exhibit
of West Florida at the Trans-Mississip-
pi and International Exposition to be
held at Omaha, Nebraska. The selec-
tion is an eminently fit and proper one.
No man better acquainted with the re-
sources of Wa-hingtion county cou'd be
found, and the mission is undoubtedly a
safe one in his hands.
-A- error empt lidto th. Bu41,,-
cal item last week in ''eferitnce to the
Mardi-Gras excursion oh" the Alpha
where it said she would "go hence to
Apalachicola and Mobile." It -.-bild-
have read to Apalachicola and Carra-
belle. It is Capt. Capt. Clark's inteon-
tion to be here on the 19th, com ng di-
rect from Carrabelle and Aiutlachliei,-a,
and he will arrive in Mobile several
hours before the carnival commences,
giving his passengers amleo time to
transact any business they may care to
attend to bo'for". the excitement inci-
dent to the carnival.
-Mrs. Lusk, well known in St. An-
drews as ths wife of H. A. Lusk, who
lost his life in an unsuccessful effort to
save his home near the head of Watson
Bayou from destruction by fire, writes
from her present home at Redwood
Falls, Minnesota, to a friend here of a
distressing accident which befell her
son, Byron, some time ago. BI3yron, it
seems, with two other boys was going
upon an errand and had with them a
gun heavily loaded, with powd 'r, only.
Through boyish carelessnes the gun
was discharged, the muzzle pointing
directly at the right side of Byron's
face, and ha but \ voor three feet away.
His right eye, ear and face was filled
with powder, and a frightful gash torn
in his nose. It was at first thought the
sight of his eye was ruined, but after
eight weeks of careful nursing he could,
with it distinguish a lighted lamp in
the room. and now it is hoped the nmem-
ber ma be saved. Mlrs. Lu.isk and B;,-
ron both have the sympathy of many
friends on St. Andrews Bay.
-It seemed like old Limes to see the i
crowd of im:rri-v in A s-kr,-- an i .-t.-ratl Irs
assembled in Ware's -Iall.ors St Vautn-


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Scroful
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Anilie s.9 I- jtel a iieal iatitlday
tight and i isiaiia.g Mrs. C., whete
he ox 'pi'-. t reaaiinii, tutil his health,
which is Itecile, i restored.
Th'be faniiliar face of David Davis
of ClhiIl'tey \a seen in -iSt. Aiudrews
duitiing th}e jpatt reek. David came
d tlit io hils w 'iel,- Satlitilay, tiak-
inglit liitip'eanily iii one day. 11He
went i.hin' foI Cliipley Monday.
A lpmat'r 1if a ,l,-.eth or imore of our
Chliply niit1lili s .cane down last
\e.,k ani, l,-tvo been employing the
tint fihi- gl, sailing, gathering shells
II. gn-arihIVly- .aij..yi lg themselves.
Ti e ptly c'lionistil of :Mr. and Mrs.
Ruek h.-i-in-. -Mr. Kla-il ail dnil :i lgter,
Mr School anid Co of Iidianiajpolis,
I il., Geo. W\, .Iihn'Aton and son, Mrs.
J. Ehellc Mgr.gio and Agnes Jollins-
tr, MIrs. Ania Fauilk, MrsI. L. Wise-
lojel a nd .ii', Rii llph. Mr:. Leckleder,
Mt. hl,,lleifer, all ,,1 Cliipley a ld El-
Ini t lJu-ni _ulf Indlianapolis. Mris.
\Vi e..- 1 l l;-ildl-h reti-urnetd home
esi lday af tiitin, taking with then
icli ln 4L1i th, Mliss u.s-.ie, who has
I)i I \1i-i( i : ili lihe l uov et itor's
f iit ii ,,r I i or three weeks. Tl el
-lither 1iea1i ." .f the plail iy will re-


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tif n o rTrh n raTs I'hnl. Lv-'v tii til .. i
of arrangement had been caret-ully ex- .
ecuted and the evident enjo.. nii,_-t of, i i'l -
the participants was evidence conclu- i"nt.
sive that the baud's efforts were appre- 7-
ciated. About twenty-five inaskers V oti' l
joined in the grand march, and twice St. I'.ii GI
as Many spectators occupied seats at "l';is a,
tT side of the hall. Some of the char- $1.50 |.,i
actors assumed were unique, others ,
gro qeii;' allwse e The .
music was supplied by Messrs. Willcox tay "
and Hand, and the dancing was proo-f Stewait
longed until well into the short hours a party li'.i
"ayont the twal'." S 'efreshments,'con- writer cfiK:
sisting of cake, coffee and lemonade ,
were served, by which means the band p oi prlI
hoped to.replenish its -treasury; but it of our e i
is to be regretted th t, after all the ex- supplies l a
penses attendant upon the car -ival -
were met, there was a very small bal-
ance of profit to reward the boys for ttAniog ,irtit
their efforts to please their guests. ,,t tall-.w'


The Young Peoples Baptist Union
meets at the Baptist church every
Sunday at 3 .. m. All invited.
The Y. P. S.C. E. meets every Sun-
day afternoon at 3:30 o'clock at the
Presbyterian church. All interested
in Christian Endeavor work are
earnestly invited to attend.
Bucki.len's Arnica Salve.
The BesT Salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, Ulcers, salt rheum, fever
sores, totter, chapped hands, chilblains.
corns and all skin eru >tions, and posi-
tively cures piles, or no pay required.
Tt is guaranteed to give perfect satis-
faction or money refunded. Price 25c
per box. For sale by all druggists.

The grounds at Fort Barraneas,
liecit Pensacola are to be improved
and inad' into onlie of 'the prctsie%-t
ait my posts in Ilie country. The post
quartermaster has advertised for bids
foi the planting of fruit and shade.
.trees and flowers under the intelli-
gent supervision of Commandant
Raissenger.
"Wilkes and Liberty."
Wilkes boldly offered himself as a
candidate for the City, and on his rejec-
tion for the county of Middlesex. The
scenes of that election beggar descrip-
tion and are too well known to need it.
One incident is too amusing to escape
repetition. The Austrian ambassador,
the Graf von Seilern, most solemn
and haughty of the representatives of a
solemn court, was dragged from his car-
riage by the mob and "'45" chalked on
the soles of his boots. His constantly
reiterated demands for reparation,.
which it was impossible to satisfy, only
made him the more ridiculous. "Wilkes
and Liberty" was the oie :topic of the'
day in letters and conversation. Hias
head was even adopted as.: a sign for
public houses, and he himself told the
story of the old lady who said, "There
he swings, everywhere but where ho
ought to be."-Cornhill Magazine.

yoU NEED Hood's Sarsaparillai
if your blood is impure, your appe-
tn Oirinn. 'our hetalh imninirnd aNntLh


aloni ii,',l.
at noon( it tI
cou lt !.Ii
ter in the 11
tl an twel'
t i-k, No \\,
the camp.
wilh lbilcli iv.
od a candl,.
a minute .1
lueniced to gr
pea ranCes 'c .

the I%;A.k .- a

t}ing it-lti i-.
ti le Iit k wa
the \\it.k \\'aw'
to thle li-6llt i
the size if a I
tallot\, but Iu.-
liad to gi l'
are iit w,,rtli
weather i. ii
lurn."''
CoisisInstptio
Mr R. B. Gi
howie, Va., ce
gumption, was
all inedical tre
procu re, tI ied
lie could hear
spent many niin
w;\its induced t
Discovery and
bottles. For p1
attending to
King's New D
r-medy ever -
much for him a
eoinmuiuity. I
cry is guaranty
consumption.
ties free at all

Barber-Hov
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Biluin ti Dawson.
C.
alit tnidies bein- worll
Sii Dilwson, it's all
I '-'tries \Vay yester-
lil-l el on ttO w vest ft-rk
ive-r in '04 anid '95 withI
Sika. W\Ve went into
ti-i early, having good
a bar directly in front
i. We- had plenty ,of
t we had .hired the Itn-
I ni ( Dvyesa.


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wen1
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-;ian t. gfvow cold. You
s,,t tle Idwn. The wa-
.- wou In't iun iillmore
!',.t without g tting
nil o!'k and \vxi t into
', l..- v ed thle :,tove tiu
ni ail somebody light.
Jt t.t i n ,il nill right fir
,, Ih I t h light ('-i -
ilin, and in all aip-
I ,nt.. I, was sur-
3iiisi.'liton; to fiild that
,. i i .i l liiiig bi t tli
iiiull iI. I watueled
.,i I,.,, h lie rfi e buIrn-
I the canitfle until
const.inimel clear down
ielting ii hitle a hout
A- pel.cil through the
e; as a light, and rwe
i the halark. Candles
1.5U ,;piceo w1hen the
Schld. f[or they won't


positively Cured.
ve, me chant of Chil-
e, that he had con-
iyen up to die, sought
imet that money could
I cougli remedies that
) but got no relief:
-r setting up in a chair;
try Dr. King's New
g cuvred by use of two
S-tlree years has been
business, and says Dr.
cover is the grandest
ade, as it has done so
d 'also for others in his
King's New Discov-
ted for coughs, colds and
t don't fail. Trial bot-
Crug stores.

voth.
would you like your
tb the EciEsors or clip-

rnI UBe their scissors on
Sk,in. nr, r o ,t,-r .Ant .


Cultuired Tramps From Boston.
"Tramps in Boston are Ly far the
most intelligent and molest of their
kind," said a native of the baked bean
city, "maybe because of their culture
(?). My experience with one of .these
'gentlemen cf leisure' was quite funny.
One came to our house and asked for
some clothes, and while my mother
went to get them I thought he looked
hungry,so I brought him some breakfast.
He said to ie, 'I am sorry to put you
to all this trouble.' Then, mother ap-
pearing with the clothes in a bundle, he
said he did not like to carry clothes
through the streets exposed to view,
and when I wrapped them in an old
newspaper he was indignant and said
gentlemen never carried packages done
up in that style in Boston."-New Or-
leans Times-Democrat.
How It Worked.
"It works this way," said the agent.
"When a burglar tries to open the win-
dow, this bell begins ringing and wakes
you up."
"Bell rings and wakes me up!" said
Popper. "And it will wake the baby
too. I don't want it. Take it away. I
guess you don't know that kid of minor "
-Yellow Book.


- vu,, s old my little boy had
rofula on "
o u0a o ha', i ads n:-ms. It,
s worst hiu, ol. ho.igh the sore
his ehe l h-indi vwete very bad.
appeahre e fori of red pimples
tic-h wo
d then er, br- ak open and run
,d then er. After disappearing
ey would t again. They cau::.l
thnse itchi
be watcu nd the little suffere-r had
b srt continually to keep hint
sm tthe sores. \V'e became
eatly alar' at Lih e-ndition. My
fe's mot d had scrofula and the
ly medici hlch h-id helpd her was
od's ar's tilla. We decided to give
to our bo lid we noted an improve-
ant in his very soon. After giving
n four b es of Hood's Sarsaparilla
ehumorbh iI been driven out of his
)od and I s never since returned."
ILUAK B -11B South Williams St.,
uth Bend, ina.'
You can b Ilood's Sarsaparilla of all
uggists. lure to get, only Hood's.
IOOd's I 'ure I.Iver Ills.emay to take,
ood's e.y toopOrate. crLta.

A. L rs .
A L [,i,,,,ii(c,,r ,l Pal k
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MOBILE BUSINESS


DIRECTORY, ..


J. LYONS, Pres,t. J. F. DRAGO, M'r-


ALA5AMA CORN MILLS.



Millers aild Uraill Dealer,

154 to 164 N. Commerce St., MOBILE. Ala.

J. POLLOCK. E. E. BERNHEIMER.

rPOLLOCK & BERNHEIMER,
WHO I LESALE

Dry Goods, Notions Gents' Furnishing GoodSty

6, 8, 10 and 12, Soutb Water St., MOBILE, Ala.

S. RICHARD. E. E. RICHARD. R. G. RICHARD


R. ICHAR & SONS

OR OLESALEALERS,


Sol led Beer.
DUPONT'S GUNPOWDER.
0.41LE, Ala,,


MARDI GRAS



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Will Leave

Brackin's Wharf

On tlie Morning of Febl. 9,
A rive ill Mobile the following ntorl'n-
tig. Leave Mobile the night of
Feb. 23'

Round Trip, *

xGn 25c.

'I'lli i <\'es all the i i ne le edi l to
t. .--'t, t:>e entire a Itractiolis
of tule


MWiari Gras Display,




THE CLOVER PLACE
il \V:,., i t al,! is 'loffrfted fr rell
.i r - v.-it w il I li iV lguee ,oft'wo
I' I. ,.' I l,.11 t arty, whole i ill takd
i." I t'r nise. here i-s a
-.d Opporhsiiity!
l'..i i.., 1 11'. a iptly at i oU y office.

FORSALE.

Another Bargain in Real Estate.
ThcKilberg place, 2 miles northeast
of Parker, consisting of SO0 acres fine
timbered land, being the west half of
the southwest quarter of section 6, tp
4s, rango 13w; 4 acres fenced with
picket fence and in cultivation, with
several fruit trees, grape vines, etc.,
and a habitable shanty. Price $300
partly on time if desired. For particu-
lars address the Buoy.

Geo. S. Hacker & Son,


CHARLESTON, S C.

.MANNUFACT URER S










ESTIMATES, CHo EErs, FUL LYs
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GIVE N
Buildine, Material.
Windowiun buy ancy Glasstry abox






of C..,. C.eto-das l, c 5, .cice.ts. msoldand-


guaranteed to cure' by all druggists.


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W. h.


E-askt Ba y y Ca sh Store,

P A.R K ..- F LAJ.

Our Stock is Complete, Our, Prices the Lowest
OThT% GrOO-DS Ar.-E -.'.ni BESTmI
j ""l'The Tradiing Pub'lic is as ired that .v, will not be undrRoItf.
The Highest Market Price Paid for Country Produce!


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P-ARKER;.
S1e ial to the Buoy.
The Gracie S., manned by Rich-
ard Brown and Dan Parker came in
frerom Pentsacola1 last Sunday, with
freight for ,our ,t.vchants.
On Sunday ev, utiug last RIv.
S Gann gave us an interesting sermon,
'.liir.liday, Feb. 17, 188. but hereafter he will preach immedi-
Sately following the Sunday school-
8 T ANDRE E W S about 3 p. m.
PR? IC ES CURREN T. Miss Nellie Hasselborg, alter hav-
Corrected by L. M. Ware & Co ing closed a successful term of school
GROCERI ES. in Calhoun county, is no%, at home.
Augar, lb t Tea, G lb
Granulated.....6(% He No....... 75 G. H. Boutelle, accompanied by
Coffee,A ....... 61 Gunpowder.. 80 Miss Emily Adkins, a young lady
Lt bruwn..... 6 Uncol'd Jap.. 50 to teach the Pearl Bayo
f, Cond milk, ca ho is to teach the Pearl Bayou
Green.... 12@20 Unsweetn'a.12i2 school, came home last Sunday.
Arbuckle, 6 lb $1 Sweetenied.., 8 ,
linger snaps 3% 25 Baking powder I understand that Mr. Elton's peo-
)rackersasoda 7 Royal.......... 50 ple, who have spent pai-t of their
tobacco, plug 25a50 Camplt..l .... 10 .
laisins Canned fruit tiume for the past number of years at
l.undoi. layerit .12/. Peaches. ... 15a20 their Pearl Bayou home, wi;l return
Valencia... .. 8 Tonatoes... .7a00 .
tic ....... 6 Apples ........10 to their Chicag hlime this week.
\pples Pears......... 15 Miss Jessie M. P.liner comtmenced
Evaporated.. .83 Plums......... 25 .
Dried Peaches, 8 Apricot.... 25 a private termt of school at the school
goal Oil prgal....15 Strawberelis... 20 house lat :J..i.l,.v ui,.i 11,g.
gasoline ......20 Pineapple.. 0
lorida Syrup... 40, Canned Meats I' (lure A Cold iu one Day.
Ioney.........1.00 Roast Beef... 12 A
Jinegar'..... .. 30 Corned Beef...I?1 T.,ike L.x.,liv: k'i .111 Quinii.e Tiaht
%lieese pr It 15 cIbpped Beef.,. .0 All ioag,', i Ti TiiJnd tiq he ma)i ey if tlhey
butter ......... 5 l.oI ter. ...... 0 fail t C re. 25c.
Lard .6 Salmon....... 15 ..
means ...... ... 4 Canned Vegetables
Oocoanut pkg... I" i ked Beans... 15 THE CHAUTAUQUAI
FiuitPnddiue.. 10 Corn ......... 12 .
Jelly, glass .. 15.i Peas., ......... Fourteent Annual Session.
Lime Juice ...50. lumpkiin ...... 15
Eggs per dor...- 15 The Flarili Chautauqua Asseimbly
Flo.r Pt ISIONS. has announced a sujiet b programine
Flour ,Pork "
S O -1 ... .-2,85 D. S. pr % ..... .6j the coming sessi.n. It enters third
SMajet .-: 3.00 Bacon Sides.... r on the furteenthK.eaxon aid its
}orn Meal prlu 60 Fresh....... 8 10 y
fat Meal pr lb. .. 5 Br'kf'st Bacon.. 11 steady growth and dovel.1u,,,eint have
,oru perbu,...... 58 Ham canvassed 13 been noted with interest and appre-
_*otatoeN Shoulders..... 10
Irish .. 1 20 Beef ci..tion not only in Florida but also
EarlyJt'seseed 1.20 Corned......... 8 throughout our beautiful southland.
Sweet .....60@75 Fresh. .....8..80 0
galt, pr sack... 85 Dried.......... 25 It is, in fact, a matter of local
Table ........ 5 Milk pr qt...... 10. out ffit ildren ot the
1H1ALDWARE. pride Ihat, out of-fifty children ,t the
Nails, ner 1,3k2a4i Ax,with handle. 80 great "Mother -Chautauqna'" now
Galv wire do.6a6 Ioes, each .... 35a50
Manilla rope...9al20opper paint, can 45 battered throughout our try, the
stoves adoo .8a25 Linseed oil, gal55@60 one located at D. Funiiak Springs is
Pipe, perjoint 15 acknowledged as the brightest and
1 DRY GOODS,
Prints, per yd.. 5aS Checks ....... .aG most successful.
Sheetiugs ...5. 5a Flannel......15a40 This sccs is ue t many causes.
lulin....... 9all Thread per spool. 5
eans. 1......5a45 Shoes, ladies.$1a2 75 The possessi-on of great natural beau-
Extrapats pat 225 Men's. . $1 40a300 ty and healthful location have been
MISCELLANEOUS.
Hay pr cwt. .75a&1.l- Qats pr l u...... 40 lactors of prosperity. Its mia'-ic
Bran .......95al.05 Brick pr M.....13.00 i in the hart oftlie town and
Rope Sisal ... @9 Lime pr hbl..... 75 g b oat town an
FRJ'l T and NUTS. the beautiful Chautauqua Park and
Oranges pr doz.. Pecans pr 1b ..... 15 grounds enclosing tle tabenac!e or
Apples......... 12 Walnuts. ....... 20g ce or
Lemtns......... 30 Almonds........ 15 audlitorium, capable of holding threo
OYSTERS thousand people, are uniivalled in
in shell prl,000 1.50 Opened pr t .. 15thousd people, ar e
LI'V E STOCK. attractiveness.
orses.... $10.1t. W Hogs.......$3t5.$25 People come fioin fatr and wide to
Mules... $lUO.utl1s:> Hogs........$3to $4
xen.. pr yoke $40) Sheep........... $!e se a spinig, one mile in circntil.er-
r oie LTRY ehi ilull Ai
O'steketseach 15a25 Geese each. 45a50 ee, s round as the full moon. and
I',lrkeys .... Sal.00 Ducks....... 15a20 o ver eighty feet deep, title: water a-
GAME. and b. .cialaa o
Venison pr lbI 7al0 Turkeys......75ftIal.00 urut ad bel-ficial as- -
piSH. LPolindit. IT scIn, inrel a 1inou
IrretsI Salt lake and as clear in reflection as the
Mullet pr doz `25e Mullet pr IIoI 5.00
Trnt. ...., 25 Trout ........ 4.50 celebrated Mirror Lake of the Yose-
1I'0u pauno pr l. 6 Pompano. ... 10.00 itite.
Sturgeon...... 10 Mackeral .... 8.00 a t
LUMBER. it alilition to its beanut and hap-
Flooring. Ceiling. location, cheap, round-trip tickets
n.eart,i min..$16.00 Heart, na...$14.00 ey
ace ... 14.00Face ... 12.00 to DeFuniak, tromi near and far.
Sap )ropid 10,00 Sap lah... 10.00 have contributed greatly to its devel-
Drop siditig, Clapiboards,
Heart (ace 15.00 i.x0 i x in. l- ..$12.00 opmqenlt; and its Saturday excursions
San e ". 10.00 Finishing .1"'" at a nominal price bring thousands
Heart shingles, 2.50 Lath, j.... i -2.00 of pe'p!e 1roni along tilt line of the
.sap 1" 1.50 Boat. lumber, Louisville andl Nashiville railroad.
dresed. 1lTie session this year is extelned

Deafness Cannol. be Cured ot live weeks, liugiig February 17,
by local applications, as they cannot and closing March 23rd. Cheery
reach the diseased portions of the ear. hotels and boarding houses present
There is only one way to cure deafness, entertainment and prices to meet all
and that is hy constitutional remedies. tiands of te vitr. M ical at-
Deafness is c iu-c'l by an inflamed condi-
tion of Ilhe miucoes lining of the Eustach- t:'actions, impersonations, scientific h
enn tiuie. W\ln'ii this tuL'e gts itunflamed aid ilt hstrated lectlres', present a
you lih a i-aum1li ,'ig sound or imperfect :it> i t -; t 'a tt >l i!. asire a lid profit.
hearing, and when it is entirely closed rlt entire course of one hiundredl
deafness is the result, and unless the in-
flamnnumation can le taken out and tt is tube entertainments at $350, at the rate
restoredtu its normal condition, hearing of 70 cents a week with an average
will be destroyed forever; ninecases out ol three lectures or concerts daily,
of ten are caused by catarrh, which is and week3 tickets at $1.25 bring the
nothing hut an inflamed condition of the admission within the reach ot all.


mucous surfaces. In a word it is a delightful spot at
We will give One Hundred Dollars for ,n very doors and attracts annually
ay case of deafness that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Unioon.
Cure.I. Send for, eirculars free
J. J. CH ENEY & Co., Toledo, 0.
Sold by Drutfgists., 7.5c. When bilious or costive, take a Cascare
Hall's Family Pills are the best. enuid cathartic, enre guaranteed, lOc, 25c
Cascarets stimniulate the liver, kidneys and
John Fal a eslimales that he wll bowels Never sicken, weaken or gripe
ship 1,200 boxes of oRanges from his 50 cents
E[,loraido groves atui 1,500) boxes of
orangefro grove in es- Apothegms of GuicoiardIni-1530.
oranges from gove in South Lees Make as many friends as ever you
burg, next fa'l and winter. He bases can, for you never know in what con-
hlie estimate on the present condition tingency a man may be able to serve
of hi es ich are in bloom you. Hide displeasure. I have often
of hi treeswhich are in bloom had to seek the aid of people against
These groves were not injured even whom I was thoroughly ill disposed,
slightly by this winter's cold. and they, believing the contrary or at
least not being aware of this, have
served me most readily.
Old People. Unperceived beginnings often open
Old people who require medicine to the way to great mischiefs or great suc-
regulate their bowels and kidneys will cess, therefore note everything and
find the true' emedy in Electric Bitters. weigh well even the most trifling cir-
This remedy does not stimulate and cumstance. On your doing or not do-
contains no whiskey nor other intoxi- oustance. On your doing or not do-
tant, but acts as a tonic and alternative. ing what seems at the moment a mero
It acts mildly on the stomach and bow- trifle often bang things of first impor-
els, adding strength and giving tone to tance, so be sure to consider well.
the organs, the, eby aiding nature in Never hold a future thing so certain,
the performance of the functions. Elec- however positively certain it may seem..
trick Bitters.is an excellent appetizer as not, if you can possibly do it without
and aids digestion. Old people find it upsetting your plan, to keep in reserve
just exactly what they need. Price 50 some course to follow if the contrary
cents and $1 per bottle it ailldrug stores. should turn up. I have often seen really
long headed men, when they have to
Gefarglselot. make up their minds about some weighty
Much surprise has been expressed at business, set about it by considering two
*He keen sense for business shown in or three cases that are most likely to
the letters of George Eliot quoted in happen and come to a decision on the
Mra. Oliphant's book about the Black- assumption that one of these cases is
Woods. But it turns out that the letters esre to come. This is dangerous, for of-
Were really dictated by George Henry ten and usually there arises some third
Lwe who was an able business man or fourth case which had bee- over-
bnd looked after her affairs so closely looked and which your decision will
that, in spite of the comparatively., not fit. You had much better, therefore,
mall bulk of her work, she left a large keep your decision asrictly to what the
fortune behind her, all of it earned by actual necessity of the matter compels.


said te m ONE OF TWO W ALASKA-KLONDYKE
"No," said- the man with the large the bladder ltas created I u, .pur-
head, "I can't say that I think very pose, namely, a receptai.le fOr h.. urine, GOLD MIININ c00
much of the fox in the old fable of the and as such it is no. liable to: I i.,i in of _
fox and the grapes. It is recorded of disease except by one 0o tw"o vs,; The 0 i f 00.000 Shares
him that after trying to get the grapes first way is Lro iup t i1 otat ib Capital Stock of 500.000 Shares
by every way that his mient..yy could kidnes. i o u e , ... it$10 a h. p aid a i
suggest io finally turned up Lit uoI c rat u- t o nou-assesse.D, oi whic10 2obu
and said, 'Oh, I don't care; they're CIA.i CAUSE 000 shares are now offered iur t
sourl' Unhealthy urine from unh lthy kid- subscription at par.
"Now, if that fox had had any corn- neys is the chief cause of I.ladd ruudlts.
mendable wisdom in his triangularskull So the womb, like the tl.adder, ,S creat- SPECIAL NOTICE.
he would have looked at the grapes ed forone purpose, and inot ut d u,'ed too There are manv persons who desire to
blandly and then announced to the much is notliable towekness disease, go hegold fields of Alaska the co I
except in rare cases. It is si ci5 ack go to the gold fields of Alaska the corn-
world that they were sweet, but that of and very close to the blidde her fore ,g season, who hthve no though ready
sweets didn't agree with him; that, any pain, disease or inconveni e maui- money availuele to enable thito do so.
owing to the condition of his stomach, tested in the kidneys, back, dder or To all such, we would advise tlhi desir-
he considered it inadvisable to eat any- urinary passage is often, by j ake, ai- three or more persons, and jointly puir-
thing containing saccharine matter, and tr.luted to female weakness r ombl chase 50eo shares of our stock, and select
that, besides, a properly philosophical trouble of some sort. The err. is easily one of your number to go and prospect
fox believed in self denial and in taking made and may be as easily a eld. o and mine for joint account.
things that were easily at his disposal find out correctly, set your urin ide for With parties forcing such syndicate,
instead of trying to climb a trellisto twenty-four hours; a sed ntsetli this companywill contract to send out one
secure attractive but deleterious grape indicates kidney or bladder io le. The of their number for each 500 shares of
secure attractive but deletrious grapes mild and the extraordinary e' 'k of Ilr. stock purchased from it at par, and main-
"If he had done that, insteadof being Kilmer's Swamp-Root, l,c gre kidneyv 8 itsch p ae frty it ht pef ye air -
the laughing stock of succeeding gener- and bladder remedy is soot, n rezed. 11 the date of arrival at y there t o ya romp-
ations he would have stood a good you need a medicine you shunil ae the plying limnt with food, tools, and all things
chance of being appointed professor of Iest. At druggists;, fiftycentis aM olntdul- requisite to enable him to prospect fir
philosophy am the varsity and of living lar. You may have a sample It il amil gold, and with help to develop ind work
on yellow legged chickens the rest of pamphlet both sent free uil lemi.,i all good chi s located l,v him .-ihe
his natural lifo. "-Strand Magazine. the Buoy and send your addri i nt Dr. claims to be located in the au>e of the
Kilmer & Co. Binghanipt,, TI.. syndicate and (lihe ALAS.KA-KL..NDiKE GutOL
Spring humoris, boils, Dimples, so es uop ier of this paper ;,.t1',t- ri. 1 Co., and to h, owned joii tly .and
gentuineness of this MyV,.'i'. equally, share and share alike.
aid nll eruptions are promptly cured by ..... -- Write for Circular---Full articular.
Hood's Sarsaarilla, which thorough y Don't Tobacco Spit and Smoke Yoar e Away. Write for ir
purifies the blood, eradicating every trace if yvo want tqto ul.ao-1c DIRECTORS.
of serofuln. {niIumeia., voeniaeidwell,strong, ilu.t,i, J.1\ M' RICE, late Scretarf Stato of
ITod's' ills curent~isea ,ielh head- fullof new lifeand vigor, talON T -aC, Colorado
the wonder-worker, that makes wIeal men Ao
ache, biliousness and liver llWs. Price 250. strong. Many gain ten pouniuts in tfn ,lays. WM. SHAW, capitalist, Ciicpago;
Over 400,000cured. Buy No-To-Badof youi E. M. Tl'COM H. Vice l'r'sident and G.-n-
Sdruggist, under guarantee to cure, 50e or eral Manager Eastimana Fruit Dispatech
Your Photograph Free. ._00. Booklet and sample inniled free. Ad. Co.
Send ten cents in stamps for sample .L'terling RemedyCo.,Clcaio or New York. H. FASH,mnml)er Maritime Exchange,,
cabinet photograph, which, will be New York:
made fr vYou ana four recent copies of | |EO." W. MORGAN, Circle City. Alaska;
ou an ur en tiJ 1 *J tR LO W THER, New Y ork;
UP TO DATE. Each issue is rentedd GEO. T. DURFEE, Fall River, uMass.
in colors and contains from forty to fifty ADVISORY BOARI).
pictif'es by the famous humorous artists iHon. L. H. WAKEFIELD, Associate Jus-
of the country, and reading enough to tice Fii-t District Court, South Fram-
last the family a whole month. Send inglia n, Mass.;
today to UP TO DATE. Chicago, Ill. Hon. G. Q. RICHMOND, lute President
Court (it Appeals, l)envcr, Col.;
Saffron. S. G. UPDEGRAFF, late Treasurer Lv-
Saffron would strike an ordinary ob- coming county, Williamsport, P'enn.;
server as decidedly expensive at 56 LDRE SAMUEL M BRYA, President Clea-
shillings per pound until told that it is peak and Potomac Telephone Co.
ompoingse perof thePndcentral ntilsmallt portht ionis -\ashington. D. C.;
composed of thecentral sma portions Dr. R.C. FISHER, 1,321 Michigni av.,
only of the flowers of a species of cro- Chicago, Ill.:
ous, 70,000 of which it takes to yield l.P1'. A. HUFF 1AN, Detroit, Mich.;
the material for one pound. The won- M. 3. B. SWIFT, Attornety at Law, Fall
der then becomes that it is so cheap; River, Mass.;
that it can pay to grow and gather it ISAAC W. tCOTT, Deputy Collector,
at the price. As a matter of fact, it has Cedar Rapids, Iowa;
failed to pay the English grower-by i W F. McKNIGH'I, Attorney at Law,
this retaining, in the name of his town Grand Rapids, Michm.
of Saffron-Walden, but a hint of former Tha business ot the Alaska-Klondike
importance in this particular direction, TA S3 E LES Gold Mi img Company will be to rut a
rench and Spanish soils being more of stars o te Yukon River, a
suitable to the full growth of the flowers i b etween Seattle and the different vorts of
and foreign labor cheaper in the work Alaska, open supply stores tt the differ
of picking. Its use in medicine has ent camps, do a general Transportation,
practically died out, barring perhaps the Commercial and Banking hBusiness, and,
popular belief that, steeped in hot milk -ill g diiition. deal in Mining Claimns, and
or cider, ithelpsthe eruption of measles i<. kl the Mines already owned and that
to fully appear. I na y lhertafter be acquired by the Com-
As a dye in creaming curtains and to l'-
give a rich appearance to cake it is still, The Company (Controls he Fol-
however, in general demand, for which ISJUSTAS COOD FOR ADULT loItini Propert les.
purpose it is well suited in being both WARRANTED. PRICE 50 Eight Gold H idcce claims aggregating
No. 1tI611 Acres ins extelit, located on Forty
harmless and strong, one grain, corn- Pars medicineCo.. tti.Mo. .Mile Creck, under United States mining
posed of the style and stigmas of nino Gntlemn.-Weit ast ear. bottle of n. Development has/ proved the pay
GnROVE'S TASTIELESS CHlllLl JONMU land If vO h ie f , a has
flowers, being sufficient to give a dis- bought tireo groass ready this year. InnllouX -it .lck It lii. live feet thick, and h as
tinct yellow tint to ten gallons ofater. pernen'e of 14 years. in the drug business" rTOe i.ild.ud pl.L-er dirt that pans from $10 to
never ,.,id nan articleo thai gVe auchb univermsa i- a
Its hill price, by the way, has led to a laculon aour Tunic. YourstLnlYy, .. .fl... .[ l, pan,. Fiv Gold Placer claims,
peculiar form of adulteration, f-r, apart AwEY.CAR. u.. -,itigA|-- irA.rs in exlent, on Por-
from the crude and commonplace one 0' 1"",ine Ri0-er, that pans from '25 ce'ts to
dusting with a heavy powder, such as B DN$10 to a pati. Ten Gold Platcer Claims,
aum to ive weight, the similar 0 I N T Agregatiiig 200 Acres, oni the Tanana
gypsum, to give weight, the similar lt iver, pannting from $,') to $50 a vard.
portions of other and commoner flowers M rs L S t o n e A Fine Gold Quartz Lode in Alaska.
have been specially dyed and worl-ed which ass ys from $15 o $500 per ton.
thoroughly, in among the genuine ones. t t The lode shows an enormous outcrop of
A ir nll, l'a Best ri & er3dG awfree milling ore, vein at surface being
A Womanii's Best Friend, twelve feet thick; on this property have
Is Dr. Coonley's famous Orange Lily. It G 0 O D3 B 0 A R D ,madle twelve locations of 1500 feet by 30(1
I eet,equaling ]20acres. WE DONTCLAIM
is a guaranteed CURE for painful periods, eeteqMTali g 120 acLODE, s. WE DO' KNOW IT
leunchorthoa and all female troubles, by At Reasonable Rates! IS WTHOT ANE WQAL P CTOW VAL-
an APPLIED TREATMENT. It cures where all UES. t
other remedies fail. We want every ANOTHER GREAT BARGAI! The estimates and statements above are ,
herdu w 11ma e s f use wthis e oideru $ Will Tnu '. Acr f of of necessity lassed upon information oh-
sufferiemg woman to use tuins woderf"l $350t sw of ee. 35, tailed from our Superintendent, and are
remedy, and will send FlEIE OF CHAnGE, Sbait I in thie sn qi of sec. 35, ti 3s. believed and accepted ly the company.
valuable Medical Health Guide, and i 14w.. with fniii.-sheld cottage .sitiia- This company having acquired exten-
TRIAL TEATMrNT upon receipt ot your ad- ble fior small family, Ifenced w)li sire holdings of rich placer and gold
dress. What more can you ask? Write goo/l entee, ittler high state of -11*11 quartz properties, capaltlc ot earning
dof hoae i l1rge dividends on its stock, offer< to in-
at once and cure yourself AT HOME, with- vationlt, large assortment of ,ealig v.stors advantages that insure large and
out a doctor Price $? for full month fruit trees anil vines, stable and *it- profitable retnm-s.
treaimet. If your drugzist does not houses, fa'nning tools, and good-ox Mr. George W. Morgan, our superin-
keep it. send? $ direct to the Coonley Mcd- and light wagon. : past. year working in the interest of this
ical Institute, Detroit, Mich., and receive Al G past year working in ehe interest of this
it by return mail, all charges prepaid. All Goes for $3501 company. Therefore, we are not asking
Mention this paper when you write. Address the BUOY, St. Andrews. FT. any" one to contribute to a project un-
planned, but to one thoroughly matured.
a B B ,a 'This company, with its ablle aids, exten-
Gen R, L, B ''s ,, 0tr Y eah o reo ohihest-sive knowledge, and great resources, is
Gen R. E- I LEE, nd CONSTIPATION (din'itcn, i, ,,.. Our president takes pleasure in refer-
refuned, ltgives intent re effects ;,:,;t ring Vou to the following list of references:
1Citize19 and permanent cure. No surgical operation. r i.r ", Jas. E. Dewey, Mills & Co., Bankers,
And Christian Patriot try it ani reliefyoursucrigs. Sedforl. ,it- mm Detroit, ih.
And Christuian Patriot. I .oniai.an.. fr'esaupe. O,,,y50octc.aoo. Fo, Mich
Sy druggist. or sent by mail on receipt of pr-e. Louis C. etard, Commissioner Wol's
A Great ew Book for the Peopl!1I ARTI RDY, Reg.PhnaCSt, LanCaSier.PliFair fr.m Mexico;'tTheRookerv,"Chicago
A Great NW 0ook for the Peoptl g----- *-- John "hafroth, representative to Con-
--- Sold at St. Andrews Bay, Fla., at 1 gress, ColoraJo.


LIVE AGENTS WANTED At Dr. Mitchell's Drug St e. 'J. M. Bell, Representativeto Congress,
Everywhere to show sample paoes and Colorado.
get up Clubs. SENT FREEC.C. Clement, ishington Trust Co.
CetupClubs. SENT FREE lBuilding, Washington, D. C.
EXTRAORDINARILY LIBERAL to houseKeepers- Joseph C. Helm, ex-Chief Justice of
TERMS. L Coorado.
Chas. D. Hart, Chief ,Justice of Col.
Money can be made rapidly aud a vast Liebig CO ANY Cha D H Chief Juce of
amount of good done in circulating C. B. Maugham, 219 Times-Herald,
one of the n ,blest .historical works Extract of mBeef uao, IlI,
hl'hp t Maurice Joyce, Electiro Picture, Star
published during the last quarter BOOKB building, Washingfon, D. e.
of a century. COOK BOO '---'CiptJ. J.J.Laminert owner and editor
Active Agents are Now Reaping a Rich telling how to prepare many. Ii- Chieftain, Pueblo, Col.
Harvest. cate and delicious dishes. ,, S. Hilleghman, Tax Agent M.P.R.R.,
Some of our best workers are selling Lic ig Co., P box 21. w St. Louis, Mo.
Over 100 Books a Week. York Mention this pap. E. Gowa., Drexel Co., Piladelphia.
Mr. A. G. Williams, Jackson count, The full-paid stock is now offered at
Mo., worked four days and a half and PARKER'S TEN DOLLARS per Share. Send your
secured 51 orders. He sells the book HAR BALSA orders to the
to almost every man he meets. Dr. J. sat buanuf the
J. Mason, Muscogee county, Ga.,- sold mever oWiStoestre Alasia lUylo IGold 111 t Go.
120cosies the first five days he canvass- aopir to it Youthful
ed. H. C. Sheets, Palo county, Tex., 1 a0c e N.o0o.t Dr6BROADWAY,NEW YORK
worked a few hours and sold 16 copies,
mostly morocco binding. J. H. Hanna,
Gaston county, N. C., made a month's 5 ... W fVORI WA
wages in three days canvassing for this -SI *
book. S. M. White, Callahan county, FLOW ER AlrPW Pnnlt U r
Tex., is selling books at the rate of 144 Andrws P0ultr Yarl,
copies a week. PASMIS, NASIRTU
ea wkSW T PEas. one lrkt G. W. SURBER, SR., Prop.,
The wVrIk coiitains fliitgraplhical eachhvariety foroonly _
Sketches ndT asmomsa cam a rell'6s ST. ANDREWS BAY, FLA.
of all the Leading Generals, a vast am6. ",- 8mmm M*- o..f w .f --Breeder of Pure--
of Historical Matter, and a large num- .--- -- -- re
ber of Boauti fiul Full-Page Illustrations. Government and the Citiaen. l
It is a grand book, and ladies and gen- To what extent the government tou- 6
tlemen-who can give all or any part of e- the private life of a citizen of e
their time to the canvass are bound to United States is shown in a very stir
make immense- sums of money hand- ing way by Professor ugen Wa .
ling it. rofeor Eugene a
AN ELEGAN r' PROSPECTUS baugh of the Harvard Law school in C.
hoi g the diffen sl o ,.. article in The Atlantic Monthly. Fr, ,
showing the different styles of binding. the time that a man rises, all throu
sample pages, and all matetfial ne.essaz his business and social ativi of t ,-,.,
ry to work with, will be sent for 50d h i buines ad social activity of tie
cents. The magnificent gallery or day until he goes to bed again, the g -
portraits alone in the prospectus is ernment touches him at every step, p- 0
worth double the money. We furnish Tiding for him, regulating him, telli if
it at far less than actual cost of manu- him what he may and what be may LA.
facture, and we would advise you to or- do, until there seems hardly the ne t
der vuickly, and get exclusive control sity to discuss increasing the scop
of the best territory. Address government, so rapidly is it become -
ROY TL PUBLISIING COMPANY wider and wider under the naturi ta l 2 -w:P AT T-.


BIG CROPS OF CORN
OUR IMa Silver Mine oft Is the great produce in the world,.
Yielded 215 bu. per acreo In Iowa, 211 bu. in Indiana, S01 bu.
in Arkansas, and immense crops in Florida and everywhere Is tilhe
purest, handsomest, and largest eared 1o-day corn In existence.
ost profitable, best drouth resisteri..Thesa are big claims but we can
trovothem. T'hs csntshows shape of grain and the growerof the 215 ( '
bushel crup. This is the noted "Chipley Corn." which created such a
sensation last year in the South. Price $2.00 per bushel. Leas In
quantity.
E TO reader of this paper a small sample of this corn and .
2.I?..L .1 a copy of( ,tr large liiistrated catalogue, iivinit full par- .' .. -' ,, .
tlUelars and much val t.ble infidrmatlon for every Wide awake lntelli- .
gent farmer. Hundreds of illustrations.
IOWA SEED CO., Established 1871. DES MOINES. IOWA, "..


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CORNER OF SHELL AVENUE AND MICHIGAI STRi ET.
ST. ANDREWS BAY, FLA.
:D E A 0 k I Z, T 1 .

Drtis, Medicifet, Fanly f Tolet ArlclAesI


I Handle no Quack ostrunms

PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED
DR, J. J. KESTER, M. D. Druag ist .





LPS E HA n



Captain, JAS. E.CLARK.


Mobile to Carrabelle, via Pensacola, St. Andrews

Bay, Cromanton and Apalachicola.


255 Tons Burden. Passenger Capacity 50


:P A.SS EJWGKaEIE,


Mobile
(i
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Et~ATZEJS:


to JSt Andrews Bay and I
to ....Cromanton..... 5 00 St Andrews Bay to Apalachicola.. Si 5
Apalachicola......... 7 00 Carrabelle..... 3 00
Carrabelle ......:.: .. 8 00 Apalachicola to Carrabelle;..... ,
P,.AQ v


WEST1 BMu ND.,


LEAVE. ARRIVE.
5th, 15th and 25th at 7 p.m...........Mobile....:.. ...12th, 22d and d a. ift
7th, 17th and 27th p.m... St Andrews Bayand), ... th, 21t and 1st' a .M
Sth, .Sth and 2St1i a.m.........Apalaachicola........ 11th, 21st and let p. m.
AlIhIVIE. Al tI.IPA\'V.
oth. 190th and 29th a.m. .. - trr;.' and 30th noon
--- ---4.-.
Connects at Apalachicola with steamers up Chattahooched River. At
Carrabelle with . T. & G. Railroad for Tallahuasee.
For further information freight rates and special rates for large parties
address, CAI T. .AS. CO, Lt'C. 31 ')Ilo,. Lv'i+ ,.




Dr., Mitchell's DruI Store,


COMMERCE ST.


EAST OF WARE& CO'S STORE,


Fresh and of Guaranteed Purity,

DR. W. G. MITCHELL, PROPRIETOR,
Offers His Professional Services to the Citizens of, St, Andrews and
Surrounding Country.
May be 5ound at his residence on Buenna Vista avenue at night.

THE POPULAR

Le w is --HCO U ,e,
PKNSAM OLA, Fla. Opposite Waiting Room oi Union Depot,
Is the Piace for Passengers Coing to and from
ST. ANDREWS BAY.
Rooms Comfortable! Terms Reasonablel
* * 6 * * 9 *-* S * *
THE POMONA NURSERIES
I-i^ NEMW CATA- lQO -
SL.OGUE FOR | 0 19
*- WILL BE READY TO MAIL II OCTOB" ,- '
,* Ji Oue partv writes as tolk r ow f toa r" t t- .
SWil you please. send me a copy of your *
*. ? valuable Nutrsery Ca actor ue. I ha.I a ^ py. but -
havtea '. 1 it. lnt o :nll3y in r 'uq- 5
things in it that I dd n E ". )- "ItiL.Us Sa
copy." -
Our n w swi ctiiogue uwtll eo t!al-a s the#
goad fneturez ofthe i97 catalogote bruiisenat S '
nle w cs. 1iully lilustratcd wi h pntay n r' n-
Photographic Views. We ofl t l un lull Je
i dg" itrruit .usd Ornanmental Trees a,.d Shrubs adsp.ld
t Sotthurn piaating. Catalogue Vree.-Add2rcs *

Newest and Most Proflta' THE GRIFFING BROS. CO.,
Peach for Southern Ptatingr. ?JOMOXaA NURSERIES, MACCLEIHNY, FLA.


A Typical Negr6 Camp Neetina.
There is perhaps no more favorable
place in which to study negro character
and manners than the camp meeting.
This time honored institution is no less
social than religious in its nature. It is
usually held in a partly cleared grove,
under the auspices of the local clergy.
Hither the colored population of the
surrounding region flocks, coming on
foot, in carriages and wagons, in ox
carts and mule carts, on horseback and
mule back-in short, by every conceiv-
able mode of locomotion. Its dress is
as varied as its vehicles. Indeed the
negroes of the south are of all people
the most cosmopolitan in the matter of
dress. Clothes of every imaginable
style, color and "previous condition of
servitude" are pressed into use, so that
in this particular they present as great
a variety as the beggars in the nursery
rhyme.
As we approach the grove what a
medley of sounds breaks upon our hear-
ing-the neighing of horses, the bellow-
ing of cattle, the hechaw braying of
mules, the laughter and screams of chil-


- 4 4


forming a cic-rdirant a-n sucn as no nn-
man ear ever heard elsewhere! Enter-, ..
ing the grounds, we pass bands of ckl-,
dren, climbing, tumbling, romping, lita,,;'-
so many troops of monkeys; gawky
young fellows awkwardly making lovoe.
to dusky beauties; groups of brawny
meln discussing abstruse points of the- 5
ology with as much zeal and more har- ,
inony, perhaps, than a body of learnedI
divinity doctors. Here and there a goa-
siping company of old "uncles" and ;
"aunties" may be seen reviving tbWe ,.
inemories of bygone days.--ChaUta?. U -
qnan.
eillclous Broiled Oyte*s. '
Drain large, fat oysters, lay them out
on a board and dry with a soft. oheese- '
cloth. bust lightly with salt and oity.
enne. toast squares of bread. Arrao g
them neatly on the platter. Put .the
ysuters in an oyster broiler and broil'".
quickly over a clear fire, broiling first-
on oero side about three minutes and, *.
then tL':'uing them on the other.- Pew' ,f
just a little warm water arpund- the
edges of the toast, arrange threoe'oyste.
neatly uj. each dIeco, put over a- l ia"


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EAST BO UND.


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NORTH BAY LUMBER COMPANY

BAY HEAD, FLA.



0. TOMPKINS & CO.
S:ARE PREPARED TO FURNISH
Ruugh and Dressed Lumbor of All Grades.


THE PATRONAGE OF THE PUBLIC SOLICITED
IW'Terms cash or endorsed notes,


tAt the OldC 1 Ecae
__ * __


N.


WE


Has removed his new

OF GENERAL


Pitts,

and extensive stock

MERCHANDISE


Bask to his old stand, the Peoples' Store, at
PITTSBURG, ON EAST BAY.
Whe e he invites all old friends and the pur-,
chasing public to call and
EXAMINE HIS STOK AND PRICES
Before Purchasing Elsewhere. All kinds of
, COUNTRY PRODUCE bought and sold.
Pays the Ip'he t Price for green Salted

ALLIGATOR HIDES.


0. B. THOMPSON. J. G. JOHNSON.

THOMPSON & JOHNSON
HAVING PURCHASED AN INTEREST IN THE
Salisbury Lumber Company's Mill,
Two Miles East of St. Andrews, are now prepared to furnish first-clas


Either Rough or Dressed.,
IN' ANY QUANTITY AT,~I`REAaONABLE PRICES.
ALSO SIZTCI-ZGLjES AND rOTLDIIGTO-S.
T'HOiO .N" & JOUt Nr i hrTT-o-'-.- ilarri-ion, Florida.


THE ST. ANDREWS



HtilcMtura1 a d Improvemeut

o mp, -zy


INCORPORATED OCT. 13. 1897.

'-'b" ptrpo. of this Company is to Improve the Country adjacent toS t
Andrews Bay and to
Develop its Resources as a Fruit-Growing Country.
'1 accomplish this the Company proposes to Sell Lands in tractsof Two-
and-a-half and FiveAcres to such parties only as will improve them by the
r.etion of Houses. Fences and such Permanent Improvements as will enhance the
,eo efeach tract so disposed of, and particularly to
Plant them out in Trees, Plants and Vines,
To the end that in the shortest practicable time every such tract shall be a
Source of Revenue to its Owner.
Ab TO RELIABILITY OF THE COMPANY
The first question which will naturally be asked will be: "Is this Com-
pany reliable"? And the answer to it is: Any person employing the Company
to make improvements may deposit an approximate payment of the estimated cost of
the same with any responsible business man or firm doing business on the Bay or in
Bank at their own home to be paid over only when the Company shall satisfacto-
rily sho* that the improvements have been made according to agreement.
The Company will not only improve and plant, but watch and care for
all property entrusted to its keeping,guarding against forest fires, dishonest pilferers
ftr damages from any cause possible to be prevented.
pFrom a careful estimate of the probable expense and income of a fruit
plantatiotn in the St. Andrews Bay country a few figures are given:
Prieo f;ana per acra,gay $25 to $50; cost of clearing, say $20; 'ost of planting Isat
ar, say $30; cost of cultivation each year thereafter, $201
S ta 6 not extravagant to Astimate thataI 1-acre Vineyard will on-the third
71r, Itf properly cultivated, yield $200 worth of fruit and of peaches nearly or quite
*Ie same, while figs should do even better than that. Then, though perhaps a little
onger',siome of them, in coming into profitable bearing may be named pears, apricots,
etarine s, plums, prunes, mulberries, olives, Japan persimmons almonds, English
welants, Japai chestnuts, pecans, and ,,,any other varieties of fruits and nuts. which
ae almost certain to flourish here; while oranges and citrus fruits, though not con-
*idered eprtaiD yield large returns oftener than they miss
The Secretary of the Company will give particular attention to an-
ewerig tt,ters of inquiry, and the Buoy willing its answers to correspondents an-
Swer all questions asked it.
RE M E M BE R the Company Lands will be sold on Easy
Terms of-Payment; but improvements must be paid for as satisfactory proof is given
Obat the work has been performed. CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED.
Address R. E. HOWARD, Sec. W. A. E1MMONS, President.
St. Andrews Bay, Fla.

Our Clubbing List. IMPROVED FARM FOR SALE!
the BUOO has made very liberal club- Gilt El [ Baral n for Sa wne!
fing arrangements with a few of the very Ondhundred and sixty acres of choice
best publications in the country and for Firming Land in the south half of section
the present can send for a whole year 7, township 4s, of range 13w. Good
The BUOYr and Dwelling House, l'rive Well, convenient
Leslie's Illustrated Weekly for... .$3.00 outhouses, Fine Fruit Orchard of Pears,
DImorest's Magazine............1.75 Peaches, Plums, etc., and nearly 1,000
The Fla T. U. & Citizen, daily for $9 00 Grape Vines, all in bearing. If taken
do weekly, for$1 85 soon will be sold for
Seleatffc American' .... 3 501 $ 1 O 0 0!
warmer and FruitGrower" ... 2 55 And the improvements alone cost a good
floIida &griculturist ... 2 55 deal more money. Would prefer cash
do .clubs of 5, each ... 2 25 down. but might give time on one-half the
Farm Journal, Philad'a, monthly I 10 purchase money. For full particulars ad-
Sinewamtr Enquirer twice a week dress the Boor, St. Andrews Bay, Fla
Ilrrge pages each issue.... 1 70
AslanlaConstitution ... 1 70 Wanted TRUSTWORTHY and ACT
Y. World(thricea week)....... I 75 lYE gentlemen or ladies totravel for re-
for any or ether of the above public spol6sib]e, established house in Florida.
9T .r ............Monthly $65 and expenses. Position


A True Fish Story.
Benj. Harrison in Jacksonville Metropolis
One fish story, strictly and liter-
ally true has been lAughed at over
ten states as the product of an in-
flamed imagination. Every man in
the party will vouch for the state-
went as here set dor n, and their
names will be strong enough to sub-
stantiate a ghost story where they
are best known;
A party of gentlemtin agreed to go
fishing, and a small teamerr was char-
tered. In the party were J. B. Wall,
president of the Florida senate; E.
M. Hammond, state senatorr; J. P.
Taliaferro, chairman of tie state ex-
ecutiye committee; E. J. Triay, the
governor's secretary; J. E. Ing.aham,
of the East Coast Line; Nat. Pointz,
banker; the writer and others.
About 11 a. in. the steamer was
authored off the coast, and the party
had fine sport with grouper. The
captain in the pilot house had been
watching through his glass a line of(
dimn objects about two niires- away
and finally called the attention of the
others to the sight.
To the eye it seemed a line ofblack
objects a mile long, and everybody
guessed it was the sea serpent. But
the glass separated the line into ma-
ny large bodies, against which the
slight ripple played. They kept in
regular formation and seemed to
move only at long intervals.
Immediately lines were drawn up
and the steamer passed to windward
of the line, stopped her engines and
drifted up by the beam. All was
now bustling preparation. A strong
harpoon was rigged, secured to the
capstan and placed in the hands of
him who claimed to be "the master
of those who know." Five 44-cali-
bre rifles, with a dozen grains, boat.
hooks. etc., were ready as if for a
party of boarders of the Kidd variety.
Now the excitement was red hot.
At fifty yards we could see the mon-
stets, black as Erebuj, resting on
widespread wings, eating liesurely
some small substance that discolored
the water in tront of the line. A
gulp would be taken disclosing
throats into which yoll n eight drop
an ordinary sofa; the wings would
move gently and the body would
move up. The sailors called them
"bat fish." .They were shaped like
a stingray. They would average two
two tons in weight, alt
fully twenty feet from the tip of one
wing to that of the other. Can you
wonder that e:chi of u4 held his
breath and waited impatiently for the
captain's word to begin action.
Slowly we drifted up to one of the
monsters. When almost touching
hint the captain roared, "Now!'"
The harpoon buried itself at the root
of one wing. Five rifle balls plaged
the parts we supposed to be vital and
the "missile weapons" of indiscrim-
inate character from every hand beat
and bruised him.
The sea was beaten into foam as
the herd fled. The stricken monster
plunged about in a wild flurry. The
magazine rifles kept busy at work
and the yells were deafening.
Then the fish sounded. The
steamer shivered when the line ran
out. and the bow was almost buried
as the monster struggled at the end
of his tether. Then he rose to the
surface and ran for the open sea.
We followed him and as the steam
got in its work we drew in the line,


with four men at the capstan bars.
Coming up to our game we attacked
him again with rifles and pistols and


THE DREADED
CONSUMPTION.
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
183 Pearl street, New Yo-k City.
Confident that he has discovered an
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 nsumption.i
Already this "new scientific course of
medicine," has permanently cured thou-
sands of apparently hopeless cases.
The Doctor considers it his religious
duty-a duty which he owes to hnman-
itvy-to donate his infallible 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
atreet_ Now York. and when writing, hV


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and hal
them t,.
and pat
Ani
Youth's
A Bo
of the
notebook
ing pom
rouistabd
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was one,
The ,I
was a bi
more co|
his brin
natural
he repli
"I rec
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Scientific
It is g
expeu n
team
the Still
are meet
The gre
are that
tilnkh lIv
S ith liu
by handl.
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dui.ing t
produces
moreover
much lie
and hence
may be
the weigh
combine
turbine
look for
the prosi

Amon
fi'L in t"
Berlmudi
last sint
more atl
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Dr. Tar
that the
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n has not had a blow in four
t this canip are two Cubans
not speak a word of Englshi,
lo be shown everything for
do,but the guards are kind
6nt.
kinphibious Alligator,
mpanion.
ton woman stood on the deck
klawaha steamier in Florida
and lorgnette in hand, ask-
erous questions of a darky
It.
ie alligator amphibious?"
of her questions.
hrky scratched his head; he
puzzled, a there had been
r)-pone than dictionary inl
lig up,but his quick wit andl
(gic did not desert him as
on lie am, mis'; lie bite yo'
yo' monkey wid him."
etroleum Fuel.
.ierican.
'ltifying to learn that the
lts which the Bureau of
giscering is carrying out in
to in the use of liquid fuel
tg with complete success.
advantages of liquid fuel
imaty run into bunkers or
mravily, this doing away
e'dilis aid costly loading
It can be brought into the
ilf, i -handling, thus re-
t i umber of stokes, and it
io ashes. A ton of oil,
contains about twice as
,ing power as a tou of coal,
the amount of fuel supply
ubiled without adding to
t of the vessel. With a
on of liquid fuel and the
the same vessel we may
me great developments in
t ,goverintenlt experiments
A New Fish.
the nuimeorous varieties of
"collection brought from
t4 the New York Aquarium
rr none have attracted
.(-ion than the red Ber-
napper. Since ils arrival
ran H. lean has discovered
.il belongs to an entirely
ty. He hai named it Neo-
asi 11gsii, in ihor.or of Gen-
t in gs,,if Bermuda,who, be-
r..great and valuable kind-
'the biological expedition
>.ti Bertimda last year, offer-
",j9 i-.Nl'iil. .ilnw n there fnr


firewood. ain he sounded and
again the p'tain was afraid that
enough w 4 would come over his
bow to swa hi fires.
At last 1" had him gasping at the
side. W uld not take him aboard,
but measui him as well as we could
and co liltn that he' was twenty-
six feet frl tip to tip and would
weigh tw on easily. How we
wished for e'rick!
When -seemed dead we found
the school in and attacked snoth-
or iad at r. It was great sport.
After c, ing the herd into the
depths an- exhausting our amunli-
tiatif we b ed for shoe. The next
day to tIhe great carcasses came
a hot* at thirs swimming around
were id ly wounded.
were etide
This s truthful account of an
incident th has given rise to inuch
exaggerate hints at the veracity of
fishermen some coolness between
e who mould bo warm fjieuds.
lnen who
ince then e of th bat fish has
been takf- 'li Peanacola, we'i
lotographie ad exliibitel. In al]
respects it bore out tie description
here given, as did also the one killed
iu Charleston harbor.
***. -
Just try a 10 box of Cascarets, the
finest liver and bowel regulator ever made.
A Visit to the Convict Camp.
Reporter.
Tuesday night was spent at the
convict canp of Saunders & Jones in
Calhoun county, under the manage-
ment of Messes Steele & Stuart. The
article of some time ago in the T. U.
and C. by a northern correspondent
was very uiitrue. The convicts are
well fed, clothed and cared for. They
are also allowed a number of prive-
lege. and seem to be well contented.
The day I was there one got his
dismissal papers. lie was so well
pleased he said he would continue to
work there, but great shades of Cmas-
er. give your humble correspondent
his freedom. They are supplied with
tobacco each week. and those who
needed shoes were furnished with
them. Several of the men knew the
writer who talked with them.
They sad they were treated much-
better p. they expected. Among
the thiif ,given them by me was a
harmot~ai id then the singing danc-
ing a ~laitic begun. Of course
those iause trouble or misbehave
1A" ie number


A SECTIONAL MAI

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

A MAP
Of the CitV of St. Andrws,
Gotten up with g:-'at care by the
publisher, who has .;pared no pains
to prepare for the p. ;)lic a map of
St. Andrews as it really is. It shovws
about
FOUR MILES OF CO0 ST LNIE,
Fxtending eastward 1:om Dyer's
tPoint, taking, in the Old 'Town site of
St. Andrews, and gives location of
public business places, private resi-
dences, docks, etc., alsc every lot in
each block and the adjoining addi-
tion to the Cincirnati Company's
land, with a full -lescription of the
same.
The Map will shecw owners of lots
in the city just where they are lo-
cated, and is of value to those think-
ing of buying property.
Size of Map 30x50 Inches.
The BUOY will send this map to any
address on thb receipt of
ONE DOLLAR,
Or given as a premium fer 5 yearly
cash Aul-scrintions.
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DESIGNS
CoPwrIsG A&c.
Anyone sending a sketch and description may
quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an
Invention is probably patentable. Communica-
tions strictly confidential. Handbook on Patents
sent free. Oldest agency for securing patents.
Patents taken through Munn & Co. receive.
spec notice, without charge, in the
SScientific Amlirican.
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The 1N Y. Fishing Gazette says:
The legislature iu Florida made
no appropriations for a Fish Com-
mission at their last session, hence
they have iid onitiiissioner. No
state needs one more. It is under-
,stood that at the late Fishery Con-
gress Governor Bloxham promised to
appoint a commission if they would
serve without conmpei.tiation until
the meeting of the next legislature.
Two well-known fishermen have ex-
pressed themselves is willing to serve
Four will be appointed........T..he
oyster industry of Florida is growing
and, judging from the papers read at
the recent Fisheiies Congress, its
importance is fully appreciated by
the citizens of the State.
Too High.
Tid-Bits.
A countryman walked into a news-
paper office to advertise the death of
a relative.
"What is your charge?" he asked
of the clerk.
~ ,ch
'()!' s*id tnhe country nan, ca I
,mffrid tlhat. My friend was six leet
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Jss hli 1he bl]de is attached keeps it in the
i vird. tild 1 b depth of pTlowing is regulated
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freight to St. Andrews Bay about 75 cents, making bne pil w,delivered -
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We have secured valuable blaitis in the

Famous gold fields of Alaska!
Hon. Chas. D. Rogers, of Juneau, Clerk of the U. S. District Court of
Alaska, has staked out claims for this Comixpahy in the
SHEEP CREEK BASINand WHALE BAY DISTRICTS of Alaska.

Nortl-American MRin and DevlpingCo.
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