Title: St. Andrews buoy
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00073857/00042
 Material Information
Title: St. Andrews buoy
Uniform Title: St. Andrews buoy
Alternate Title: Saint Andrews buoy
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Emmons & Lynch
Place of Publication: St. Andrews Fla
Publication Date: May 26, 1898
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Saint Andrews (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Washington County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Washington -- Saint Andrews
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 27 (Sept. 28, 1893).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00073857
Volume ID: VID00042
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33065309
lccn - sn 95026996
lccn - sn 95026996

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First Last, and all the


SWashington County

_9 West Florida
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urgainst tne WorIa-


N.VOL. 11"11.


eitor- Ho. Salu'l PASo, Monticello.
HOi S. R. Mallory, Pents eola.
Ie presentatives--I t District, S.M. Spark-
man, Tampa; 2d Ditrict, R. W.
Davis, Palalka.
Land lOfice-Regisier, W. G. Roli.i'nii:
Receiver-D. M. Croonm, Gaines~ lle.t
Gvarrnor-W. D. Bloxham; Secrelary of
State, J. L. Jrawford: >'r-e! terJ'..'. .
Whiltield; Attorney General Wm. P. l.a-
&ar; Comptroller, I. i.-S ti.-
', afintendent )f P'ulilc lii.n iiu i i, W .
N. Sbeatt Commiissioner of Agriicul-
S ture,, L. u. .Wonimwell; Adjuiant Ge -
t t ey.' ;.r i.k Houstbon.' 'I'a ila Illase o.
First Distriet-S. R. Mallurv. PeniiscoilaT
Second District,Snmuel Pa-co Moiiticello.
Twenty-fifth Distri.t--J. SF. Clarke, We-
Representative, S. M. Robinson, Chiilev,
County Judge, D. D. Melvin, Vernon;
Clerk of Court, County Clerk, Recorder
of Dceels, W. B. Lassitter, Vernon;
Sheriff, C. G. Allen, Chipley; Treasurer,
R. C. Horne, Chipley; Tax Collector, A.
Q. Jones, Vernou; Tax Assessor, W,
B. Gainer, Econfina; Superintendent
of Public Instruction, W. L,, Locky;
Chiploy; Surveyor, Thos. Collins, Chip-
J istice of the Peace, W. I. Singleterry;
Notary Publics, W. A. Emmons, C. H..
Crippen; Deputy Circuit Court Clerk,
W. A. Emmons: School Directors, R.
F. Brackin, W. I. Singletarv, L. M.
Ware: Post Master, L. M. Ware
Postmistress, Mrs. M. B. Jenks.
'ostrnaster and Notary Public, W. H.
Parker. "
?astinistress, Mrs. Haissellorg.
Postmastei, S, W. Anderson
Postmaster, Mrs. R. Gay.
Postmaster, Martin Post.
Postmastea, W. F. Woodford.
WVETAI' ,-- ,.-
Postmistress, Mrs. Dyer.-
Postmaster, P, N. Hutclinsou.

4otaries, E. Moshar, Frank Hoskins,
Postmaster, W. M. Croiman; Coun
ty Commissioner, H. M. Spicer
Deputy Clerk of Courts. S. T. Walkley

t ELI G O U S.
Mltbodist-Church cor. WnrlliiigtVon ve
. -ut sl-- I* 611111--

S p. i. eryr ia itueSu I e n lTy.
Y. P. S.C. E.-Praiyer ineeting at tlihe
Presiyterian church every Sunday alter
je:n at 3:30 o'clock. All are invited.
Bptist-Church, corriner of Wyoming
aven ti and Cincinnati street. Church
cenferer ; !lturday before first Sunday
at 4 p. Sutiday school every Sunday at
1:30 a. in. Preaching second and fourth ii
Sunday in each month. Rev. J. P. Smith,
P'resltyteriau-Chuirch corner Loraine
avenue lnd Drake street.
Iatholic-Church corner Wyoming ave-
tire and Foster street.
'he northern nail, via Ander.on, Gay,
Bayhead and Chipley departs every day
except Sunday at 3:00 o'clock; a.m.;
arrives every day except Sunulay at
7:40 p. in.
Cast Bay mail for Harrison, Cromannton,
Parker, Farindale and Wetappo, leaves
St. Andrews going east every morning
at 6 o'clock and leaving Wetappo at
1 o'clock, arrives, coining west every
evening at 7 o'clock. .
(Incorporated Nov. 7, 1896.)
SCHEDULE OF RATES:-For each five
minutes, or fraction thereof, use of
Between St.Andrews Bay & Gay .... lOc
,, Chipley. 25c
Chipley & Bayhead........ 15c
Gay............. 20c
Bayhead &Gay............ 5c
For transmission by telegraph 0lc.
4titra, not including telegraphic service.
A. J. GAY, Gen'l Mgr.

Parker Lodge No. 142
..E'. &;p .A.. .
Regular Communi-
y cations on Saturday,
G- 0on or before each full

IVisiting Brothers
W. A. EMMONs. Secretary.

VDputy Circuit Court Clerk and-No-
tary Public for the State at Large; has
jurisdiction to administer oaths, c'ttaj
affidavits, legalize ackrnowledgmi,
etc., anywhere in Florida. SpecWi; at-
tention given to land conveyances ane
to marriage services, and license issued
Et lawfully qualified parties. Office at
the BUOY Office, St. Andrews Bay.
flomeopathic Physician and Ac-
coucher. Office Pioneer Drug Store,
corner of Shell avenue and Michi-

gan street,
St. Andrews

S lorida

Physician and Druiggist, Commerce st.,
east of Bayview, Offers his professional
services to the citizens of St. An-
drews and vicinity.yResidence on Buena
Vista avenue.

Notitiry Puiblic'.
will attend promptly to all business de-
manding his attention. Office on Bay-
view street, one block northeast of T
6 Danford's 5toes

One Uollar

Editor an
Display ad rate;
Position an'd e
rates sihiect toi
2"Loe l r :ilt," 5c
21.c e.ch s hlie
d -il ovy ra

a Year in Advance.

d Proprietor.
50c per inch per month
xtra,-rdiniai condition

per line. ffie ins.rt'iiOn
equent. Display I'a nis

~C~~.. ---I

An Authentic Demonstration or Antiquity ot Vege ables.
Occult Phenomena. Waverly Magazine.
New York World. Some of Oiwr most corni in vpgela-
In the whole record of so*bailet'. blea eem to hav conre t, nus fIon a
"stuperonatnral appearances" there is time that is immemorial. IsEparagnu
not one which is iore thoroughly au- was in use 200 years befo the birti
thlentieated than thr, following: .-f Chilst. Aceoiii g to ITro.lotui,
.Ilhi (,,lpe Sl,.rhi,,k, uili G o'>rga l ,li ',., ,v i 1n une lve1n llier lhan
\Va.vnva,, l re two ,offi.'er ill tlie aalip ra. u hr it i livat-d 1t.
gmi, f (or it Wl
TI'ii't-ttliiil roeginent, ani at iL ,e'ilv a1 55%BR. c. Ne a I
clinic (1f tlhe extraordlinaiy ticlirieniiie u troI'
101f t. -sell 0to
.' ,s i ,-- -.. i i U ^ f 1

Star Snnimgled ianiner.
"The Star SpungledJ Biier'i' -jp p
Ily Fran ia- .'4ccit E Ialj.)i 1 i ii l V ii va r lildr,,oliu aild
rho' Britilih attack up or e
in ll14, anid wss inspired hy tLhu eight c1.'iinioncid readling.
of the .4t1rsm itd lripe.- fti'nitg over the After a few minuiltes C;apit SSher-
fort after the tilim:g hkad ceased, pro-
lai'ning i an Ainei. .i, Et,>ry. b t-e looked ut ait saw taling i
0 say can you see by the dawn's early a doorway of the room a nian who
light, was a perfect stranger to him. At a
What so proudly we hailed at the h1os to account for the iitru'sion,
twilight's last gleaming; Capt. Sherbroke turned toi his cnu-
Whose broad stripes and bright stars
through the perilous fight, panion to ask if the stranger was an
O'er the ramparts we watched wore acquaintance of his. Waynyard was
So gallantly streaming; as pale as death, and appareiltly 'ie.-
And the rockets' red glare, the bombs cable] of .,,.,ll. Seillr this. Callt.

bursting in air,
Gave proof through, the night that
Our Flag was still there.
O say does that Scar Spangled Banner
yet wave
O'er the Land of the Free and the Home
of the Brave.
On the shore dimly seen through the
mists of the deep,
Where the foe's haughty host in
dread silence reposes;
What is that which the breeze, o'er the
towering steep
As it fitfully blows, half conceals,
half discloses;
Now it catches the gleam of the morn-
ing's first beam,
In full glory reflected, now shines in the
'Tis the Star .Spangled Banner, 0 long
nmay it wave
O'er the Land of the Free and the Home
of the Brave.
And -~here is that band v hoso vaunt-
ingly swore,
That the havoc of war and the bat-
tle's confusion,

Sherbroke made no effort to stop the
figure, which slowly crossed t0:e apart-
Ient and passed through a door
leading to Waynyard's bedroom. As
soon as the man was out of sight
Way yard recovered his faculties and
cried out. "My bro:h,3r!"
"Your brother!" repeated Sher-
broke. "What can you mean, Wayri-
yard. there must be some deception.
Follow me."
They thOn went into the bedroom,
a room from which tho only possible
means of exit was the one door al-
ready referred to. They found the
room empty.
This incident proildued a profound
impression among the officers ot hli
regiment who knew that both Slitr-
broke and \Vaynyard were sober,
co)l-hladc.l men of unblemished in-
togrity. Waynyard declared that
the a) pari( in was the spi itL of hisi

A home and a country shall leave us no Lbrtther, anrIl expi eCIsed tle conrict i ni


No refuge could aietb hireTIngan
From the terror of flight or the gloom
of Lhe grave;
And the Star Spangled Banner iu tri-
umph doth wave
O'er the Land of the Free and the Home
of the brave.
O thus be it ever when Freemen shall
Between their loved home, and the
war's desolation;
Blest with victory and peace, may the
heaven rescued land,
Praise the power that hath made and
preserved us a nation;
And this be our motto-"In God is Our

tlhat hii brother was lead.
ss had ell child ufficqb

,liscoveiel that hoe had died on the
very night ionu whicli I.e hal apipeareil
to the astonislied officers iu Caiiala.
Of the two witnesses of this strange
episode one became Gen. Sir Johni
Cope Sherbroke, 0. C. B., and the
other Lieut.-Cel. Waynyard, of the
Twenty-fourth Light Dragoons.

Cuban Machete that Failed to
Thrill one Practical Amer-
ican Maiden.
Washington Post.
A mysterious package arrivoel at
one of the private schools in the city
the other day. It was addressed to

And conquer we must, when our cause a western girl, and beside the carn of

it is just,
And the Star Spangled Banner in tri-

a young newspaper man., who recent-
y l come back from Havana it con-

u m ph sh a ll w a veo "-- .i ..... . ...-- -- -- . -
O'er the Landof the Free andthe Home tained a machete, a real Cuban nia-

of the Brave.
The South Wind.
Frances A. Bingham in T.-U. and Citizen.
The wind comes up from the Southland,
With warm and fervid kiss,
And makes a joy of living
With its power of wakening bliss.
And the land throbs back with promise
Of plentiful harvest stores,
Of rich and ripening cornfields
Of bursting granary doors.
Blessed art thouI 0 South Wind,
Up from the Orange bowers,
Up from the tangled jassmine
With her wondrous scented flowers.'
Up from the dangling mosses
On the oak and cypress trees,
Up from the ruffled waters
Down in the Cuban seas.

But, South Wind, check thine ardor
Where Cuban sufferers lie,
And cool their parching fever,
And soothe each sobbing cry.
Alas! 0 beautiful South Wind
From the Gulf and the Caribbee,
That strains of grief antu terror
In thy voice should ever be.

Spain has consented to an ex-
change of prisoners and will give up
two American newspaper reporters
for two Spaniards. And the inhu-
man folly ot refusing to exchange
prisoners, it appears, will be cor-

Dewey's Sword of Honor.
The house committee on uayal af-
fairs at Washington has favorably

chete. The knife was 20 inches
long, with a heavy blade, painted
blood red, to within an inch of the
cutting edge. The steel was widened
at the lower end and bent into a hol-
low handle. The weapon was as
frightful an implement as you would
care to see, aud the girls, of course,
were delighted with it.
"Can't you fancy," said the piond
possessor, "as you look at this rude
knife, how some heroic Cuban work-
man in the fastness of the Cuban
hills forged this weapon to fight for
his country and his home? Can't
you fancy him beating prayers into
the steel?"
"I could," remarked one of the
other girls, "if it weren't for one
"What's that?" asked everybody.
The matter-of fact girl pointed to
a small and inconspicuous label
pasted to the blade. "Made in Hart-
ford. Conn.," it read.

Tne Flag in Florida.
Pensacola Times-Star.
The flag is loved by every Ameri-

'I Ii f 1A 6' c
tile v..e a ls
Pa I 11


Uas Wtno really nieInI ?7 o the
uelon, tlie date of its first ,cultivatiot,
ii lost in antiquity, but lov r"cur'tsl
its use, alnd as he died i, it. A 79, it

probably is a% old as the enrulnlmer.

Carrots and turnips Mwere in n.tn* as
garden vegetables before the'hliria-
tian era. N olit seems to hiat been
able to trace he origin of eit her the
puipkin or tie squash, but w read
that puiipkin pies were made more
than 300 years ago after this ircipe:
Cut a hole in the side, take out the
seeds and filauiets, tufff with awlix.
tire of apples and spices and then
bake till done. -'.'lhe ancient Gitaks
used to offer turnips, beets and
radishes in their obiigiftToli to
Apollo. The first they offered in
dishes (of lead, and the second in
silver, but the third was offered in
"vessels of beaten gold." PailnipKs
we find mentioned by Pliny 'as being
brought to Rome from tlio banks of
the Rhine at. the coninmand of Eim-
perir Tiberitiii, lor use fn hlis table.

No Fitun Being S iilslh.
Washington Star.
'iThe small boys of Washiingt,'n
are playing soldier a go/i deal these
daly*. It look- like a father one-
i'lcd gamin. The .l whlio are a
vear or sno ahiead- oo tilp liohs

Thel v -t n't, use a tat it of
stlAaegy illdefeating r op jonents.
They simply wade i d-c ib them
in spots where perhli ti banish
need most to be cli d- and haul
theui around by the I o tihe head
and poke them with la s;and fillnally
wind up by fallir.g them ii a
hear. The "Spanish" f'i'ce don'tL
appear to enjoy this solt of thing
very much, but they-Aty to be as
game as they can. Oin little fellow
was observed to come oit of a mnelee
of this kind yesterday Iith blood in
his eye. When the "American"
soldiers let him up lihe rambled for
a pile of loose bricks aid got half a
brick iu each hand. 'TIli lie inoiiut-
odl a little knoll-a bravilittle liguire
of a man, indeed-whilethe soldiery
of the United States rgarled him
wonderingly. The little man made
his declaration:
"Thay," he raid, "fuli'th fun, but
I'm thick o' thith kind o' fun. You
Melowth better keep away from me
now, or th inething'th going to hap.
pen 'roundliere, thure enough!"
They let him alone after that and
the game wound up bh the remuain-
der of the Spanish solidirs declining
to play unless they weri permitted to
take the other side.

Remedies toI-rs're Pests.
A Mississippi vin rdist found
that when his (Joncoris were ripen-

ing they would unddenl turn rotten,
andm an examination youl'! show a
wormu in every grape.. Whether it
was the cause of the rc or the result
of it he dis not state nA sprinkled
his vines with stroiin~. *, and
no more insects %pp chred them,
and no more worms vwere found in
the grapes.
An Australian vineyvdist was much

can, the prettiest bunting in the troubled by a species t grubs or cat-

world, the emblem of the greatest na.
tion of earth, can be seen on nearly
every street in the hands of many
children, on the eledctri cars and
hacks, on the handle bars of the

erplilars which cut io tender vites
and foliage. He t,,,,k thirty pounds
ot bran, four poundsBof sirup, and
water enough to daplenl it well,
mixed with it one P"und of Pari-s

bicycle rider, on the railings of green and stirred thi whole thor-

porches and wound about the posts
thereof, in the lapel buttonholes of

reported to the house with ari amend- hundreds of men and boys, in every

mernt the Senate resolution to present
a sword of honot to Admiral Dewey
and to provide bronze medals to corm-
memorate the battle of Manila Bay
to the officers and men of the Asiatic
squadron of the United States,

direction the eye is cast the Star
Spangled Banner is seen waving and
fluttering in a manner that seems to
be a good assurance that it has never
yet, and will not be,' conquered by a
foe of liberty:

oughly. A small quantity of this
was placed at the foc of each vine,
the grubs ate it freely and were de-
stroved. The vines vre troubled by
then no more.

An Ohio farmer fils the cowpea
an economic in dairyiig. Ifin Ohio,
it is doubly so in thefulf States.

The statlbing of young Mr. Maynard
was absolutely without justification
even by men who had prison stitrlug
them in the face. They were cmved by
protracted drinking was the only ex-
planation, but it was nothing more than
explanation; it was no excuse. Ever
since the end of September the previous
year the young officer had been steadily
on duty with his troop. It takes much
less than five months for veteran sol-
diers to take the measure of, or, as they
express it, "size up," an officer, and
Maynard was thoroughly well liked by
W ~ ~ ,.^ j^i

He still lay in a room at the Inter Ocean.
the men of the entire command. Only
those black sheep of the fold, the ir-
reconcilable toughs, who are to be found
to the number of two or three in almost
every garrison, could find it in their
hearts to say aught against .im. As
luck would have it the two deserters
still at large were characters of this
type-blackguards incarnate, who had
served doubtless under other names in
more than one company until the loose
recruiting methods of that day had
landed them in Buxton's troop. Here
eo long as the burly captain was on
duty they had no bad time. Buxton had
a neculitar affiliation for the tough ele-

O to the Stannards when;-five days i\ 1'
ater, the doctors and nurses lifted her
soldier boy into the yellow ambulance,
trundled him slowly out to the fort S .
and then bore him up stairs into the
major's front room. April had mA -J4.
that time, and -a *rirm south :"4 aS.'
has becn said, played for several days,
and the skies were murky, the air soft K
and unusually humid, and Maynard was "
presently allowed to sit propped up in
bed, while Grace, his adoring sister, Q tMaytard kkncw her at a gla"M
read to or chatted with him, and the bW that dotted the surface with the flrst
doctors let him see occasional visitors. ftsunshine and southerly breeze, there
Mrs. Stannard was 'there by the hour, strolled Nathalie Baird. She had just
uad the stern colonel had called and emerged from behind the brown hulk o(
had been most kind and thoughtful, the old hospital. Sheowis well rifghb.4O
mad, so far from finding fault, had- ard away, built brace Maynard kne*
praised Maynard's conduct, and still er at a glance and watched her-
the paticht was not happy. watched and studied and marked her
One day after long silence he turned every move until she was a mere speck
suddenly. "Grace, what ladies have far out toward the foothills, and then,
called to see ycu?" when at last the watcher would have
"Why, all of them, I suppose, Ronald turned away, that speck suddenly be.
--ever so many anyway." came two.
"Not all, because Mrs. Barry cannot Mrs. Stannard, busy about jier 't10`o -
leavo her room, I am told," said he. hold duties, a moment later hWerd Mise
"i'. very true, but she sent her card Maynard hurrying down stairs and was
Ptd explained it all Miss Iaird surprised to see her running up again
brought it." with the major's fieldglasses in hei
"When was she here?' demanded the hand.
brother eagerly. I "Is anything wanted? Can I help yod
"Day before yesterday and again to- in anyway?" she called. But tberewa"
day, bringing sonime delicious jelly Mra. no answer.
Stannard is going to give you by and
by." And then the sister saw the joy [Jeo- S O
light burning in his eyes and the faint
flush that was mounting to his cheek, Mutilatung the Teeth.
and her face took on an instant shade Lt ts curious to what extent tit
of gray. "Why, Ronald,"she said, "do mutilation of teeth goes on atnio
you know her well? You like her?"
Then she could ask no tilore, for all savage national, and even among cOr-
at once there sprang up in her heart the; tain civilized people, such as the
question, "What will thia mcan to Ger- I Jalaes* With them a girl is no
trude Bonner?"ftr
Rislug presentlyandwithoutaword, er married without first staining h-.!
the sister slowly left the room and re- teeth black with a repulsive kind tf
turned to her own. Stopping for a mo- varnish, arid the custom is espertially
meant to bathe her temples in cold water,
she then 6tcppld to the dormer window adhered to among member, of th1
lookIng oat owver the bleak northward rihier classes
prairie and prese-d hcr forehead upon ; q e
Jz pA nxiDe. She had had her own i N ol a, tfh

a -iee he bhad 'spent some M T eh a Ter e.ya1
ein rejo beI
the war as one of the t left her ate joyous ful slatey broke P HI'en ehr
had gone on leave, and his first, lieuten- when she was but 18 and rejoined his s tt ret .h t,-
aut was giving the troop a needed regiment just in time for Pive Forks. certain age. .Both ian eL rorl
straightening out, a process that in- He bad fought gallantly in earlier en- and the old, savy Tid.Bitj, the Cen.
evolved Privates Yell and Oulligan in gagements, had won promotion and tom exists of extracting the two
disciplinary methods hitherto untried Come home sorely wounded to be wooed "
and led to their determination to sever, .back to health and strength among the front teeth of domestic servants. hih
for the third or fourth time probably, kindly people of their Mohawk village; Peru the custom has existed froni
the bonds that welded them to Uncle had returned to duty for the last cam- time immemorial, and used to be ai
Sam. No vestige of doubt remained paign full of hope, happiness, love of
that these ruffians, or one of them at country and of her, and the brief glory aign of slavery in the days of the
least, had dealt Maynard the well nigh of that campaign Was indeed his last. Incas. This is l lso tje Aign on the
fatal blow, and had the garrison had its The joy of the news of Lee's surrender Congo aud ai g the Hottentott
say all Fort Russell would have joined was stifled throughout the narrowing ogo a among the Hottentot
in the seah and pursuit and a shor valley at Little Falls by the telegram Teeth are stained in various colors
in the search and pursuit, and a short that briefly told them Captain Ralph among the Mlsys.
shrift and sudden cord would have been Bonner was inortally wounded at Sail- -
the lot of both. or's greek. Grace Maynard's life from A bright red and a bright blue ar"'
And so it happened that Nathalie that time on was taken up in devotion not uncommon and a bright green is
Baird found herself sorely missing the to her own mother and to his, and when proticed with the aid of arsenic at)f
sight of that dashing rider and the they, too, were called from earth she
sound of his cheery, ringing voice as had still left to nurse her aging father, lNmon juice. Livingstone related
she t ok her afternoon exercise on the himself a wounded veteran of the war, that among the Kaffirs a child with
prairie and could not help thinking a and torear and love were her boy brother a prominent pper jaw walooked
great deal about him and feeling very, Ronald and "his" girl sister Gertrude.
very full of interest and pity and not a The father's one ambition was for his upon as a uioniter and immediately
little desire to be of some use to him in son--that bemight be educated at West killed. On the Upper Nile the ile,
his critical state. She could not help Point and commissioned in the army. groes have, all their best teeth ex.
wishing it was the proper, the obvious, The sister's main hope had been that
thing for young girls like herself to be- when Ronald came back to them an traced in order to deAtroy their val.'
come the nurses and caretakers of war- officer he might look with loving eyes nu in the slave marktt and to mnkn
riots wounded in the line of duty. They upon the shy little village girl who as,
did such things in romance and fiction, laughing, romping maiden had been the it not worilh u hl fr the slav-
but Natlalie had never read"Ivanhoe" playmate and tease of his early boyhood. traders to carry theoin off.
and tbe'Bost of stories that blessed their He had looked kindly, even affection-
hero with such sweet companionship
and care. She found herself wondering ately, upon her, but with the same se- -oUltern niauinfaclt.rrs laiAe o.nly
very much what Mr. Maynard's sister rene fondness with which be regarded recently awakened to the fact that
would be like and wishing she knew her his sister, and then Lad gone on his the $300,000,000 a year which the
and could go to see her, and ruminating way, after weeks of long talk and coun- tl-A $300,000,000 a year wlich tie
over all these things Nathalie's step sel with the father, to join his regiment cotton C; op brings to the south can1
was slower, her eyes downcast and her in far Wyoming. he trebled or quadrti'pledl if it can be
round, soft cheek lost the lively flush In every letter Grace had written nuliifactuned in cl.oth at lo.i,'e.
that buoyant health and exercise had there was mention of Gertrude-bow
given it. There were still some young lovely she had grown, how good and
fellows left in the garrison, though both devoted she was to father, how helpful
Dana and Hunter had gone with the and attentive to him, "aud then always
field column, the latter in Maynard's so eager to bear about you," and now
place in Wayne's troop, but something was all her planning to go for naught?
told them the tall girl at the Barrys' Was it possible that her hero brother,
would rather be alone just now, and who had been her care as well as pride *
noting her pallor and the wistful, anx- for years, now that he was free to
ious look with which the blue eyes re- choose would turn from the fond and In h rc n
garded everybody who had just come faithful little heart that was beating for
out from town garrison gossips began him there at home and dower this un-
to talk, especially Mrs. Turner. known New. Eglanud girl with the
Then Maynard's sister reached Chey- wealth of his first love? At the first Cat beovercome in almost all casS
enne, was met at the train by Major meeting Grace had noted her beauty, by the use of Scott's Emulsion of
and MAP Stannard and the adjutant and the radiant color that so quickly came Cod-Liver Oil and the Hypophot-
escorted at once to her brother's bedside and went and came again, but other phites of Lime and Soda. Wh i
at the hotel, where a communicating women had entered upon their inter- it is a scientific fact that Cod-live
room had been made ready for her. She view, and Miss Baird had presently re- oil is the most digstible Oil in CK-
proved to be older than the sufferer by tired. The second time she came Mrs. istmC. in
several years, and a woman whom grief, Stannard was there and several callers,
anxiety and care had told upon before and Grace had had but few words with
her thirtieth year. She was a trifle cold her shy visitor, but never had she PW
and undemonstrative, too, thought the thought of this as a possibility. They U ION
trio who met and welcomed her, but ev- spoke of her as Mts. Barry's companion,
ery allowance was made. a very retiring, not to say repellent, it not only palatable, but it is
"Some of us will be in every day un- young person, who was so painfully ahi yi d go ted t iMa y'
til Mr. Maynard is well enough to be difdent and austere that few of their
moved," said Mrs. Stannard, "so you number had grown to know her at all. fort mmedate Absorption y the
Must be sure to let us know of any- Some believed her to be a sort of ward Systea. It If alsO combtid With
thing that you or he may need, and of Mrs. Barry's, though thai was de- thchypophophiteswhi&
when you do come to Russell we have nied. The subject hbad had little inter s upply food not only foe
spare rooms in our big quarters, and est before; now it became imbued with th t issues of the bodya but
you're to come right there, both of you." $ a something stronger than fascination. for the bon and nerve.
Miss Maynard had no idea how kind Grace Maynard felt that she could not .and wi b l'uop th i
this was of Mrs. Standard. She did not too soon learn all that was to be learn-. W| I A its oriary foo
realize that her brother had only a sin- ed of this dangerous girl, and even as wye \t n td lw i foo4I
gle room under a roof that could barely she stood and planned and pondered, out a does not supply
cover an ordinary parlor, yet that had over the open prairie, picking her way nourishment, -: ?-
to shelter the abodes of three bachelor among the little pools and rapidly Be sure ou get SCOTT'S Emulslc e
subalterns-two besides himself. But dwindling drifts, stooping in places as haAand aretontshewra; dIer .
Miss Maynard was very, very alad to though to pluck the tiny white flower- SCOTT & BOWNE, Chemist, Nk Yaw


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XTk .-It must be remembered that the
wlad is not a wholly reliable motive pow-
er and if the sailors sometimes find it im-
possible to make schedule time itmust be
ekarged to the elements; they do the best
they can.

The Crawford arrived from Pensa-
cola last Thursday night.
The Cleopatra Lailed for Pensacola
Friday forenoon.
Apatachicola Ti mea: The Buckeye,
Capt. Edward Hand, from St. An-
drews arrived Mitnday night with two
passengers who 'teft on the Crescent
City Tnesday morning for Michigan.

1 theA East 'Bay Mail between St.
adrewo Bay, Wetappo and intermn.di-
ate points. Leaves St. Andrews daily
(except Sunday) at 6:00 a. m.; arrive at
Watappo at 12:30 p. m.; leave Wet.ippo
at 1:00 p. in.; arrives at St. Andrews at
7:30 p. in. Makes landings regularly aRt
Harrison, Cromanton, Parker. Pitts-
burg and Farmindale. For passenger aind
freight rates, see rate card in the sev-
ral poestoffifices.
LeavesSt. Andrews Bay every Tuesday,
leaves Pensacola every Friday,
(weather permitting). Special atten-
tion will be given to receiving and
forwarding freight for parties living on
uast and North Bay, passengers for
poiata-on either arm of the Bay can
depend upon securing prompt trans-
ptrtation at reasonable rates. For
farther information apply to
L. AM. WARe & Co.. Agrs

A Week's Weather.
The following table gives the maxi-
mum, minimum and mean tempera-
turs, the rainfall and direction of the
wiad, for the twenty-four hours ending
at7 *'clock p. m., as indicated by U. S.
government self-registering thermom-
eters: Max. Min. Mean. R'n W'd
May 18 38 71 79 .00 as
6 19 90 62 76 .00 w
S20 9 66 77 .00vas
21 90 66 78 .00 sw
"* 22 91 6d 80 .00 w
23 91 67 79 .00 w
24 91 71 81 .00 w
r*rweek... 90 1 68 1 78 I .001

Mr. John Peterson, of Patoutville, La.,'
was very agreeably surprised not long

besides half a dozen or more iitont med-
Jlones, but received very little relief.
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Di'r-
rhoea Re oedy having been recommend-
ed tolimn, he gave it a trial and to his
great surprise, three doses of that re.mndy
effected a permanent cure. Mr. Win. Mc-
Namara, a well-known usIrehant of the
same place, is well acquainted with Mr.
Peterson and attests to the truth of this
statement This remedy is for sale
by I. M. Ware & Co., St. Andrews and
Baybhead, and all medicine dealers.

Be Doubled It.
"rm1 an orphan, sir," shesaidl.
B tenderly consoled her,
d when he saw it pleased her, to*o
HIS ympathy grew bolder.
"' em, lonely little one," he said,
"I also am another.
Would be the thing, I'm sure, If I
Should kiss you for your mother."
Be did, but e'en that thoughtful deed
Seemed hardly to suffice her.
M1e mrmured, "I forgot to say
My pa was married twice, sir."
-Detroit Free Prom
SCROFULA in its worst form
yields to the blood cleansing power
of Hood's Sarsaparilla. Thousands of
geaw have been perfectly CU R ED.
In the Wrong Order.
"~e was married and went crazy,"
abs said, referring to a statement in a
ownTing paper.
"Qtanting that be had any sense in
the ret place," he returned, "you must
have got the statement reversed,"
"How do you mean?" she demanded.
** He went crazy and married, 'makes
ASM em more plausible," he answered.
aChicago Post.

L. F. Parley conducts a large mercan-
tile business at Lilerty Hill. Ga. He
says "OUe applicntion of Chamberlain's'
Pain Balm relieved meofftsevere pain in
my back. I think it 0. K." For lame
back,'rheumatism, inenralgin, swellings,
spraiin, linlis, urs a.isij.udr, no
other liniment can napprji' i7 ltRhinlher-
lain's Pain Balm. It is intended ape-
ellily for these diseases and is famous for
Its cures. For sale by L. M. Ware & Co.,
St. Andrews and Bayhead, and all medi-
aioe dealers.

A By's Thirst For Knowledge.
Little Boy-I wish I was a great
bilos6opher like you.
Great Scientist-And why, my. son?
"'Cause you know everything, and
here's some things I can't understand,
but if I was like you I could."
"Tell me one of them."
"Well, for one thing, I'd like to
kaow why photographers can take pic-
tIre of comets an meteors and flying
cannon balls and lightning flashes and
ylt they can't photograph a boy with-
ret squashJIg .his head in a pair of
punchers. "-Pearson's Weekly.

Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
ThbBess Salve in theworld for cuts

--Call at the Pioneer Drug Store and
see samples of American Wall Paper
Co.'s wall paper.
-The DeFuniak Herald has resumed
publication. We are not advised under
whose management.
-Wannamaker & Brown's samples
for Tailor Made Suits at L. M. Ware &
Co's. Call ard get prices.
-Allens Tasteless Chill Tonic, Sar-
saparilla and Yellow Dock are the
best. For additional evidence call on
Dr. J. J. Kester.
o-"Lewis'" men's and women's Ox.
ford ties, from $1 to $2, and a nice lot ol
patent tip low cuts at $1 a pair at at L.
M. Ware & Co's.
-A aood big Tablet for 5 cts; a larger
one for 8 cts and a good thick school
tablet with 175 leaves for 10 cts; all with
handsome covers and good, ruled paper,
at the BuoY office.
-Governor Bloxhtm has appointed
John Y. Detwiler of New Smyrna, state
fish commissioner. This is said to be a
good selection, as he has a knowledge
of fish and oysters.
-The Democratic Executive Com-
mittee of Washington county was called
to meet in Vernon on Monday last; but
it was impossible to get a report of the
proceed4gsIn time for thfs issue of the
-Parents and guardians interested in
securing the most practical Business
Education for their children at the least
expense, should correspond with the
DeFuniak Business College, DeFuniak
Springs, Fla. Catalogue free.
-Dr. Bevis wishes to inform the peo-
ple of St. Andrews Bay that he is here
again for the purpose of attending to
any dental work they may require, and
fer the next fifteen days he may be
found at Mrs L. Stone's boarding house.
-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 a
tract from them and have it improved.
-Handsome letter heads with St.
Andrews Bay date line and views of
either St. Andrews Bluff, or Buena Vista
Point, at 8c. per dozen; also map of the
St. Andrews Bay country on back of a
letter sheet at 12c. per dozen, at the
BUOY office.
-The children of the Baptist church
are preparing an entertainment which
is to be presented on Children's Day,
the second Sunday in June. A pleas-
ing program will be presented, and che
children should be encouraged with a
good attendance.
-If you are thinking of buying prop-
erty in St. Andrews or immediate vi-
cinity, you cannot afford to purchas-e
until you have conferred with the pro-
prietor of the BuoY. If you are short of
money and want to buy on your owner
time for actual settlement you can be
P toe 8oclholdc' he t. An-'
rews Bay, Chipley & Vernon Tele-
phone Company will hold their annual
meeting for the election of officers and
such other business as may come before
the meeting, at the office of the compa-
ny in St. Andrews, on Monday, June 6,
at 8 o'clock p. m.
-The arrangements for appropriate-
ly observing Decoration Day, next
Monday, are about complete. A fine
program of speaking and music has
been prepared, and with the impressive
ceremony of decorating the graves of
the loved and honored dead with beau-
tiful flowers, provides an incentive to
all to participate in the observance of
the day.
-The burning of the barn and con-
tents at the residence of the editor of
the Buoy makes it absolutely necessary
tbat many of the articles destroyed be
replaced, the purchase of which calls
for cash, and to such of our friends as
are in arrears, the Buoy makes this ap-
peal to come to the rescue with the lit-
tle they owe, with the assurance that
their favor, no matter how small, could
never come in a better time or be more
thankfully accepted.
-The Buoy's Parker correspondence
in another column, was intended for
last week's issue; but never reached the

office until Wednesday night, after the
paper was printed and deposited in the
postoffice. Our friends are urged to
get their favors in by Monday night,
and never later than Tuesday night;
for the paper is always printed Wed-
nesday afternoon, in order to catch the
Thursday morning mail. -As the Buoy
has repeatedly advised, it is very thank-
ful for these notes; but they must reach
the editor not later than Tuesday night;
and Monday is better.
-Bishop Weed of Jacksonville' Epis-
copalian bishop of this diocese held in-
teresting and impressive Episcopal ser-
vices in the Prcsbyteranqhurch as had
been previously announced in the Buoy
on Sunday last, morning and afternoon.
Those who wei e so fortunate as to be
listeners to Bishop Weed's discourses
are pronounced in their praise of his
powers of reasoning, and hope to have
many other opportunities of listening to
him. The Bishop was accompanied
from Wewahitchka by Mr. and Mrs.
Pirrong and Mr and Mrs. Mack, whose
assistance in the music at the church
was a marked feature of the devotional

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.
Everybody Says So.
Casearets Candy Cathartic, the most won-

V. D. Greene's Message to His
Correspondence of the Buoy.
BERLIN, N. Y., May 16, '98.
ED. BUOy. I take this opportunity
to let you know that we are at our
journey's end; would like to see you
all and have a good visit. We had a
fine trip, and no waiting, as you may
know. We started from St. An-
drews Saturday morning; arrived in
Mobile Sunday. about noon; started
on our land journey Monday, at 3:30
p. in.; arrived in Albany, N. Y., Wed-
nesday, at 2 p. m ; there met with
my brother and staid three nights
and rested; then finished our journey
home, where we found my parents
anl relatives, also a grei't many
friend", who acted glad to ae us af-
Iter h!4, aevB-ft3
I ca nlet t eMi.r
have occunredi in eighteen years-'
thei me n: nauy l'aces thliWI'
,wt aii.N l..el that m e noti

are a'vway, i-,le le inve e ,r, .'I ovelr in-
to tlie Ifar Ieyonld from which ii ,ii p
have rettu inei., and tlioso that are left
have changed so we can hardly re-
cognize them until we have ben with
them for some time.
The change in the climate ia as
great as in the faces. We started
from Florida amid the beauty of flow-
ers and sunshine, and the farther
north we got, the more backward was
vegetation, and when we arrived
home the ties were just on tft point
of bursting their budsl. It has been
a very wet and cold spring so far
this year, and farmers are behind
with their work. We have bad sev-
eral frosts since we arrived; but it is
pleasant today. It looks good to see
the fields of green grats and it is a
great pleasure to have a great many
th:nga we could not get in St. An-
drews, bit at the same time we miss
the fish and oysters fiom the bay. St.
Andrews will always hold a pleasant
and loving place in our hearts for the
many frienIs we have there. There
are many things that will always have
a tendency to draw our thoughts to
"Boautiful St. Andrews by the Sea,"
anld our frieinls will have a warnI
place in our hearts, if we are far
away. W\e nmi.S our little SuRnlay

.cluoul anl' clihirch, and when SuHilnay
comes.4 it seem. strange not to be with

von; but "all thingss work tog.-thler
f.,r goiod to thoso who love tile. LroLd," '



A Grateful M er Writes this Letter-
Tells all a ut Her Troubles when
Baby BrolI out with Scrofula Sores.
"At the age ol two months, my baby
began to have res break out on hisright
cheek. We d all the external ap-
plications tha a e could think or hear of,
to no avail. e sores spread all over one
side of his fa We consulted a physi-
cian and tried s medicine, and inaweek
thesoro was g e. But tomysurprise in
two weeks m another scrofulous look-
ing sore app red on baby's arm. It
grew worse a worse, and when he was
three months Ild, I began giving him
Hood's Sarsa', rla. I also took Hood's
Bareaparilla, d before the first bottle
was finished, e sores were welland have
never return He is now four years old,
but he has r had ny sign of thosq,
secrofulous s sint e he was cured by
Hood's Sarsap ill for which feel very
H -'- to this great mred-
SWROTEN, Farming-
I q. '., Get only Hood's.
are prompt, efficient and.

Ex-.on na:Iwld
1E. (G. ack of Wewahlitch-
ka came \iti l Iislhop \Veei andl re
maineld over 'untifny, the guests of
Dr. and 3Iis.. V. G. Mitchell.
Fre.IR. Ba bcock took passage on
the Cleo.patra on route for Maryville,
rIenn., %ht ..ra lie was a student at
Maryvilla college when he \,as called
hrmo to be ;at tihe bedde of his
mother, *Mrs.I H. L. Curry, during
her sicklies which resulted in deatlt
He experts to'continue his course at
the cugllg for two years.
Ih. Wisnlogel, Chipley's up-to-date
farmer, having business at the bay,
drove (Jown Sunday, and is taking
advantage of the occasion to visit his
maly friety t, ith any of whom lie
is a most wel'etite guest.
Mis O(iacoi Day of Cromanton has
been visiting her sister in St. An-
drewvi, Mrs. L. M. Ware, for several
County C'nimi.,inoner feif Karl of
Wcetapjpo has Ien in town for sever-
al days itii r treatment from Dr.
Mitchell f.'r -'ubles requiring the
skill of a pIj sician. He is a guest
at Mr.s. L. St, ie' .
Dr. Bevis t Ma1riarnaa auiveil on
Sataiilay la initenling to remain
at h.is& lift lays, ai, .liniihg that
time will i tbiIentiin to whatievi
,lue tal ,, l IJk requiiei l [by St.

rin, and t y
life V. D. GRRENF.. riy ." I tiu I l

Before You ide Your Wheel
Be sure to shake into your shoes AlI-
len's Foot-Ease, a powder for the fee'.
It keeps your feet cool and comfort.ibl,
prevents sweating feet, and makes youIr
endurance ten-fold greater. Over li-I..-
000 wheel peoplkare using Allen's Foot-
Ease. They all praise it. It gives reIt
and comfort to smarting, hot, svollein,
aching, nervous feet. At alldruggi.ts
and shoe stores, 25c. Sample FREE by
mail. Address, Allen S. Olmstead, Le-
roy. N.Y.
Mozart's Method.
Mozart's method of composition was
such as could only have been pursued,
by a child of genius. He would rise
early, eat a hearty breakfast and then
stroll for several hours in a forest near
his home, where, inspired by nature's
beauties, heavenly melodies came troop-
ing through his brain. Repairing to his
cottage, he would summon his wife,
a very witty woman, and bid her tell
him stories. He would then mount his
high stool and proceed to commit these
inspirations to paper, his wife telling
him jokes and funny stories while he
wrote. These he enjoyed imm isely,
frequently interrupting her withhearty
bursts of laughter and sometimes even
falling from the stool and rolling on the
floor. But amid all this hilarity and
uproar the flow of music which was to
move the world went steadily on. His
productions were wrought without the
least thought or study, but came almost
unbidden "direct from heaven." Like
Shakespeare, he was purely the creature
of inspiration, a genius of ,the highest
order.--C. C. Hieatt in Housekeeper.
Robed the Grave.
A startling incident, of which Mr
John Oliver of Philadelphia, was the
subject, is narrated by him as follows:
"I was in a most dreadful condition. My
skin was almost yellow, eyes sunken,
tongue coated, pain continually in back
and sides, no appetite-gradually grow-
ing weaker da y day. Three physi-
cians had given me up. Fortunately a
friend advised trying Electric Bitters,
and to my great joy and surprise, the
first bottle made a decided inlprove-
ment. I continued their use for three
weeks and am now a well man. I know
they saved my life and robbed the
grave of another victim." No one
should fail to try them. Only 50 cots
per bottle, at any drug store.
How It Works.
"Why are you so anxious to marry?"
"To get a little liberty. An unmar-
ried girl has practically none."
"And is George's reason the same?"
"N-o. I believe he is marrying be-
cause he has had too much. His father
wants him to settle down."---Chicago
An Unreasonable Tenant.
s"1 come to toll you, said an Osage
City tenant to his landlord, "that my
cellar is full of water."
"Well," responded the landlord in-
dignantly, "what do you expect to get
for $10 a month-a cellar full of beer?"

11)r0.41. u

via %\\'eSL

fi. > Wilson, ar-
eelii -' tor an ex-
his nmuhcer and sis-
I I-..1r health and
re iII tLie invigorat-
St. .\n(drews Bay.
r' went to Pesacola,
an. 1 Poiaut Washling-

t.. on a b| i]' .sM t ij,, last week,
anlJ I S txiex c t,'c ,. Inio ev. Vy shortly.
Mr. an'l Mi. i' Kent and a young
.laughter, if 1 itlhan, Ala.. are leceitt

ar i\ al, an.,l
St.,ite's. Mrs
t ill l ein a iii th li
thIe hit)' that

stab'Ashel at Mrs. L.
Kent i, an iaivaliI andI
)ulih lieo sIuntol r, ill
r health may inil.rIve.

Land Offic~at G.iies'ille, Fla.
Ap il I',, l .1 (
N ,iee i:. h ermby given that the fol-
ow'in: named 4ttler has riled notice of
hm int.,itior, t,nake final proof in stip-
irt off his' laii. and that said inr.-f
will be made before the clerk of the
circuit cv.urt at V Frnon. Fla. on June
II. 1S'.; % i :Z
.J()1SlPHU C. iPr -, of S Andrews
y -,, Fla. V
Hd 22720, for 1( 1 and the w i of the-
hw 1, s,'.D 2o. tp.3s. r 15 w.
He nameni the'fillowini witnesses to
prove his3 c'onnuons residence upon
and nc tlvation f said land, viz:
John Stureo11. J. C. Bolley, John.
1[.::', C. D. Knwtries, all of St, Andrews
Bay, Fli.
WV. (G. lOBINSON, Register.
'"S Edi-t fr'-- p4i-r.
N T'l'l'E F l I iP LICA.\TION.
0.lso O FH %, 1 I f: VlLI.-. FLA.,j
AD 8, It.'',. )
N,'tico is her )y given that the fol-
lov, in1. nm.-l .- ttler has filed notice of
his intention to nake final proof in sup-
portl of hIis e and that said proof
wLl be made b.- -re lerk of the circuit
court at Verna IFla., on Jute 4, 1898,
B. a hedl, Fla.
Hd 22.3-13 for lo0 see. 31, tp 2 s, r 13w,
and lot 1 sec 36, 2 s, r14w.
He names the follo.ving witnesses to
prove his coittin ius residence upon and
cultivation of saIdland, viz:
0. C. Thomnpkiu, J. Brooks, W. E.
Spiva and Willan I. Adams, all of
Bayhead, Fla.
W. G. GtOBINSON, Register.
4:- Editor's Fee Ifi d.

Land Office a4 Gainesville, Fla,
April 18, 1898.
Notice is hereby civen that the fol-
lowing named seller ha.s filed notice of
his intention to itke find proof in sup-
port of hi- claim, and that said proof
will be made heor- the clerk of the
circuit court at Vernon, Fla., on June
4, 1898, viz:
WILLIAM I. ADAMS, of Bayhead,
?l a.
Hd 23526 for lots 3 and 9 of sec. 25, tp.
2s, r 14w.
He name- the following witnesses to

Teachers' Examlination.
Notice is hereby given that an ex-
amination for teachers will be held
at Chipley in the Chipley school
rooms, commencing on Tuesday,
Juite 7. at 9 o'clock.
All applicants must supply them-
selve- within endorsements of good
moral character, plenty of legal cap
paper, pens and ilnk. Come prepared
to stay at least three days. Parties
coming an hour late will not be ad-
mitted. Be prompt.
Co. Supt. Pub. Inst.
---- --***,----------
The Iron Heel Again.
"Yes, sir," said the chairman of the
Dyea vigilance committee, "the durn
skunk hez one wife here an auothei' at
St. Michael's."
"Down with monopoly!" "Bust the
trusts" camno the boarse shout from
hundreds of tbrro-ts.
It was geuerally co.nceded that liang-
ing was too good for a bigamist In a
... ...... ...... .

Skin Diseases.
For the spe, better, salt rheum and eczema, Cham-
berlain's Eye and Skin Ointment is
without an equal. It relieves the itch-
ing and smarting almost instantly and
its continued use effects a permanent
cure. It also cures itch, barber's itch,
scald head, sore nipples, itching piles,
c].l hands, chronic sore eyes and
granulated lids.
Dr. Cady's Condition Powders for
horses are the best tonic, blood purifier
0 and vermifuge. Price, 25 cents. Sold by

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

I . "

S 2 .D .aP'-,- .:

Eggs or Settiig, $1 for fifteen


0 [S AR 1lrevWs

\We have made arrangements by
which we can furnish this fine 11 AlI
covering about eighteen miles square
of territory, including the Cincinnati
C ompan y's Tract also Harrison,
Park r, Cromanton, and (adjacent
country, for
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 their
lots and return the Map by mail.
A address THUE BoY,
St. Andrews. Fla.
For 5 cash subscribers, we will give as
a premium, i Sectional Map of the Bay
country, or I Map of the City of St. Ai-
rews. Either mat sold singly-1 i

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Corrected Iy L. WVare & Co
4ugar, lb Toea, It
Graiulated ......6 1ie No....... 75
Cofflee,A ..... Gunpowder.. 80
Lt brown..... 6 Uncol'd Jap.. 50
loflee, Cond milk, P can
Green.... 12,521i Unsweetn'a.10
Arbuckle,perlb 15 Sweetened ... 81
-inger snaps 31b 25 Baking powder
crackers, soda 8 Royal......... 50
'ohacco, !'gj 25a50 OCampbell. ..... 10
'taisin'q Csimin fruiit
Lo indo, l ers n I"i_' i :h,. .1 10al5
V alenlcia.... .. 1' ..I i ,-lt s.....7atl0
.. ... .... ..+ ApplesI "
*....-l^ aoo DU\ i

aftSOllne .....-u rineappia .... zu
Florida Syrup;.. 40 Canned Meats
loney......... 1.00 Roast Beef ..... 15
ineg.r _.......30 Corned Beef... 15
heese pr 16.... 15 Chipped Beeft. 20
Butter ......... 25 Lobster ...... 20
Lard ......... .7 Salmon ....... 15
deans ........... 4 Canned Vegetables
Cocoanut pkg.... 10 Baked Beans.. 15
Fiuit Inddii .' .. 10 Corn ....... 10@ 12
Jelly, glass.. 15a25 Peas ........... 15
Lime Juice ..... 45 Pumpkin ...... 15
Eggs per doz,. 15
Flour Pork
3 O N 1.. .. 3.60 D. S. pr lb.....7
Majestit .... 3.75 'Bacon Sides.....81
orn Meal prbu 70 Fresh ...... Sal0
fat Meal pr lb%... 5 Br'kf'st Bacon.. I
.,rt perbue........581 Ham canvassedl21
potatoess Shoulders..... 10
Irish....... 1 20 Beef
Early R'se seed 1.20 Corned......... 8
Sweet .....60@75 Fresh.. ...... Sal0
3alt,pr sack... 85 Dried......... .25
Table ........ 5 Milk pr qt ...... 10
N8ils, per tb31a4j Ax,with handle. 75
Galv wire do.6a6; IIoes, each... ..3550
Manilla rope. ;.9al20opper paint, can 45
Jtoves cook,. .$8a25 Linseed oil, ga155@60
Pipe, perjoint 15
Piints, per yd.- 5a. Checks ....... 5a5Y
ShAetings... 5a9 Flannel ....... 15a40
fuslin...... 9all Thread per spool. 5
feans. ....... 15a45 Shoes, ladies.$a2 75
Extra pants pat 225 M2en's. .. $140a300
Hay pr cwt. .75al.'5 Oats pr bu ....... 55
Bran ........1.25 Brick pr M. ... 13.00
Rtope Sisal .....7@9 Lime pr bbl...... 75
Oranges pr doz.. Pecans pr lb..... 15
Apples........ 12 Walnuts. ....... 20
Lemons ........ 30 Almonds........ 15
iii shell prl,000 1.50 Opened pr qt .. 15e
Hterso... $S0al00 Cows....... $15a$25
Mules. .. $-.i 1ii| i Hogs........$3 to $4
'txen.. pr yoke $40 Sheep ........... $2
0'tltkti ense!u 15a25 Geese each. 45a50
I',irklyo ... 75ai.00 Ducks....... 15a20
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Sv es.isu r 1f -ll l ll l l l. y<. .i'.n l 1
ri sh Salt
Ji illt pr dox 25c Mullet ptr l1bl 5.00(
'I r. opt ... .. 25 Trout .... . 4.50
Poumpano pr lb. 6 Pomipano. ... 10.00
Sturgeon ...... 10 Mackeral .... 8.00

4eait, mn..$14.00
F a ce ... 12.00
Sip ... 10,00
Drop siding,
heart fce m 14.00
io 10.00O
Buffltuinber... 8@12
Heartshingles, *2.5'
Sap. 1.50

Heart, m.. .$14.00
Face ..1. 2.00
Sap ...10.00
,2x(; in. i i, r .. .$12.00
Finishing lum-
her, d.. $12@15.00
Lath ~ n.... 2.00
Boat lumber,
dressed.... .$20

How's This.
We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward
for any case of Catarrh that cannot be
cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F, J. CH EN EY & CO., Propys., Toledo,O.
We the undersigned, have known F. J.
Ohi tey for the last 15 years, and believe
hit perfectly honorable In all business
transactions and finanriilly able to crry
out any obligations made by their firm.
West &Traux, Wholesale D u,_ilt-,
Toledo, 0.
Wading, Kinnan & Marvin,
Wholesale DI Ig;.iL I Toledo, 0.
Hall's Catarirh Oure is taken interifally,
acting directly upon the blood aiid mu-
cous surfaces of the system. Price, 75c.
per bottle. Sold by all druggists, Testi-
monials, free.
Cipollini, a gem of a husband, nevel
allows an opportunity to slip without
extolling to the skies the excellent qual-
ities of his better half. "My wife," he
was heard to remark the other day, "is
so kind, so indulgent toward everybody,
that, even when speaking ill of other
peope she does not believe a word of it

Do you expect t do any pa-
pering? We will send you free
.a large selection of sample-s from
3c. per roll up, all new colorings and nov-
elties and novelties up t, date. We pay
freight. We want an agent in every
tuwn tb sell on commission from large
sample books,- No capital required. For
samples or particulars, address
747-753 Nipth Ave., N. Y. City.

Is prepared to cut
and deliver them at reasonable rates.
W ,ni ,n.. A lnk- n wth + f tnn ll., ,11 iin n.

Miss M. A. Thompson has been ill
bat is up again.
Miss Clara Prows is attending the
school for teachers at C(iiiplev.
Mrs. Btirch and sister were callers
in Harrison, on Wednesaay.
Capt. Jenks thought he had the
prize turnip of the season, weighing
three pounds, and it was a beauty;
but when Miss Thompson came for-
ward and told of one that weighed
five pounds, and she had to call her
brother to dissect it-each slice being
as large as a dinner plate, the Capt.
had nothing movie to say.on turnips,
but still thinks his thoroughbred
Irish potatoes are perfect.
J. G Johnson and Marion Jenks,,
accITmi]aniil Ly Charley Ki ,.le .. tt
St. Andrew.s, left in Mr. Pr. Pai .:i's-,

. Ul, .a f, '. t ;-,.

Weed, and felt themselves well re-
David D. Davis atad family left
suddenly for t cir home. Tlie lire :at
Chipley had caused a lumber panic
and Mr. Davi's was needed at his

Remarkable Rescue.
Mrs. Michael Curtain, Plainfield,
111., makes the statement that she
caught cold, which settled on her lungs;
sh a was treated for a month by herl
family physician, but grew worse. He
told her she was a hopeless victim of
consumption and that no medicine
could cure her. Ter druggist suggest-
ed Dr. King's New Discovery for Con-
sumution; she bought a bottle and to
her delight found herself benefited
from the lirst dose. She continued its
use and after taking six bottles, found
herself sound and well; now does her
own housework, and is as well as she
ever wa'. Free trial bottles of this
Great Discovery at any drug store.
Large bottles 50 cents and $1.

Rev. Locke, of Chiploy preached
hleie last Thursdayy night.
The Rev. Gootdman will preach
hi-re the last Sunday of this niontli,
inolliing and evening.

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Seekers after gold know they may be
disappointed, but seekers after health
take Hood's Sarsaparilla with the utmost
confidence that it will do them wonderful
Hood's Pills are the only pills to take
with Hood's Sarsaparilla. EasE. vet etti-


Epitome of the Wek's News.

Censorship ---. i ib lihed.

client. Special to the Buoy.
S Tampa, Fla., May S
FORTUNES FROM GARBAGE. news. Press censorthik
Science Converts the Refuse of Cities Into tablished over all militia
Steam, Fertilizers, Soap, Etc. t of
William George Jordan, writing on
"Wonders of the World's Waste," in -
The Ladies Home Journal, says: "The Saturday's Times-Union a
garbage of a great city is worth a for- The fleet at Key W\V
tune everyyear if properly utilized. In on receipt of the news t
St. Louis the refuse is placed in enor- .
mous vertical cylinders, surrounded by ish flying squadron i,
steam jackets, which evaporate the 75 T:e naval officers theol
to 80 per cent of water in the garbage. a big battle upon the h
The fatty substances are dissolved, and 0
as the result of a number of processes a ,miuneit bnt navall ,p i
fertilizer is produced which is worth pinion that ucLe iI iut
from $9 to $12 per ton, the demand ex t'thetiI
ceeding the supply. One of the purest 1 'act,< tte (1(
and best scaps of the country was made "1n a o. uj,
of garbage grease before c,'tr.nseed oil tirsl hi- .ll-ha,
entered the field. It is now proposed to .... ... ....
light London by electricity for nothing.
It Lo costs that city $1.08 (4s. SLd) to

F ti6oi of rollers and octi er ppta s Aa
been devised that can burn the garbage
at 24 cents (1 shilling) per ton and geu- I
rate steam sufficient to run enough dy- t
namos to light the entire city. London
can thus save 8s. 8d. on each ton andt
in addition illuminate its city without
cost. Garbage, by a machine called the (
dust destructor, is converted into clink- .
ers, which can be used for roadways, as
artificial stone for sidewalks and as c
sand for mortar and cement. Ini Paris
the invisible particles of iron, worn
from wheels and from the shoes of s
horses, are rescued by passing powerful j
magnets through the sweepings. "
"I would not be without Chaimberlain's I
Cough Remedy for its weight in gold,"
writes D. J. Jones, of Holland, Va "Mr j
wife was troubled with a cough tor nearly

two years. I tried various patent reme-
dies, besides numerous prescriptions from
physician, all of which did no good. I
was at last persuaded to try a bottle of
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, which
prpnmptly relieved the cough. The second
bottle effected a complete cure." The 25
and 50 cent sizes for sale by L. M. Ware
&Co., St. Andrews and Bayhead, and all
medicine dealers
Iron for Fruit Trees.
Last fall we copied an item from
the Pacific Rural Pr-ess as to the re-

The people met at this little burg nmarkable effect produced on soime

last Moniday night, and organized a
literary, to be known as the "Parker
Literary and Debating Club."
The following officers were elected:
President, E. Palnter; vice president,
E. S Day; secretary. Ray Palmer.
Misses Jessie M. Palmer, Gertrude
Pairkce and Mrs. Elie Parker were

plum trees, we believe, in the or-
chards of a subscriber in the Vaca.
ville region. A.t ion of the meetings
of the American Institute Farmers'
Club, Mr \Wagner, who lives oni
Long Island, about fifty itles east of
New York, exhibited some trunings
front his orchard to illustrate tilhe

S..... .. .. ... t e," .(,lii,,.in.. ,. leet of putting iron around the

rt lit ligU h I

, I .Iall 9 C II ell ILl.
Thlo suiltjct chosen for the next
debate, was: "' solved, That Old
Bachelors Should be Taxed tor the
Support of Old Maids." Affirma.
tive-F. M. Boutelle, E. Palmer, Miss
Gertrude Parker, Mrs. Ehlie Parker,
E. S. Day and W. M. Cromian. Neg-
ative-Mr. Smith, Eugene Boutelle,
Dell Pcrciv.l Miss lJessie Palmer, Ar-
thur Pratt and Willard Pratt.
Adtjorned to meet ,n Wednesday
evening of each week, indefinitely.

To (irce A Cold in one Day.
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablet.
All Druggists refund the money if thev
fail to Cure. 25c.
A Vision of the Future.
Clarence King, formerly chief of the
United States geological survey, says:
"The time is not far distant when
a man cali start out of Denver and
travel to Klondike, stopping every night
at a mining camp. Already two Ameri-
can stamp mills are pounding away on
the borders of the strait of Magellan,
and the day is approaching when a
chain of mining camps will extend from
Cape Horn to St. Michael's. I believe
we are about to enter upon a century
which will open up vast resources and
will be the grandest the earth has ever
known. Before the end of the twentieth
century the traveler will enter a sleep-
ing car at Chicago bound via Bering
strait fpr St. Petersburg, and the
dream. of Governor Gilpin will be real-
Free Offer to Ladies.
After years of suffering and wretched-
ness from irregularities and other dis-
eases peculiar to women, (dofb6rs failing
to do me any permanent good), I one day
found a simple home treatment which did
for me what nothing else could do. To-
day I am strong and healthy as any wo-
man need be. Every lady can use this
remedy in her own home without anybody
ever knowing it. You need no physician.
It cures every time. If you have any fe-
male troubles of any kiad, send me a
2-cent stamp for a free package of this
sure cure. Address.
Mrs. H. Y. FRETTER, Decioit, Mich.
Mention this paper when you write.

Clesuiss and beautiful the hai.
Promotes a luxuriant growth.
Nerer Tolse to Restore Grsw
sair to its Youthful Color.
C es scalp dif.ases a hair falling.
50Ceand,1.00at DrUid

to housekeepers


Extract of Beef

telling hlow to prepare many deli-
cate- and delicious dishes.
A 1 Tkip-i,. f, -. 0 P(v Tr-v t 710

itr Ies. He took an old place with
twenty trees in the orchard, full of
dead limbs and yellow leaves and tihe
crotches oozing with gum. lie gave
the earth a top dressing of iron,
breaking up old plows and staves
and scattering the fragments. The
effect was marvelous. The trees
renewed their youth and grew strong
and thrifty. The bark became tight,
and the leaves green, and the borers
disappeared. He thinks the slag of
iron furnaces ground up and spread
on the soil in orchards would piove a
valuablee tertiiizer for fruit trees of all
Don't Tobacco Spit and Smoke Your Life Away.
If you want to quit tobacco using easily
and forever, be made well, strong, magnetic,
full of new life aud vigor, take No-To-Bac,
the wonder-worker, that makes weak men
strong. Many gain ten pounds in ten days.
Over 400,000 cured. Buy No-To-Bac of your
druggist, under guarantee to cure, 50c or
$ .00. Booklet and sample mailed free. Ad.
Sterling Remedy Co., Chicago or New York.

WANTED-Tausr\wv)av and ACT-
VE gentlemen or ladies to travel for re-
sponsible, established house in Florida.
Monthly $65 and expenses. Position
steady. Reference. Enclose self-ad-
dressed stamped envelope. The Do-
minion Company, Dept. W. Chicago.

Mrs. L. Stone,

Cor. Buna Vista av. & Drak st.
At Reasonable Rates!

rue, and bulletins it'
nenlt. that it is tit,,l] '-f
The new Spanish c
charge, and Sagalta al
ts policy will be lithe
cabinet preceding. W \
the chamber why the o(l
signed, il' ir policy wel
ic replied tiat soime of
4rs were sick, and ta
hausited by their labor
Spanish minister of I
ected new lifeo into hii
aud seems bent on cart

policy of Sagasta to
vigorously untill an lit
is obtainable."
Preparations for tie
ditiou continue, and i
troop) will bo dip.ltchl
Jacksunville has beei
point of mobilization, -

l. No mo
has been e

watchword at Washingtou. The
cruiser Charleston left San Francti-
co yesterday with ammunition, sup.
plies and a few men. Six thousand
volunteers a t 'orc( of Itet t'liousandc ,
now in camp at SaLi FIl'anctlllco,

re cheered her frantically as she steam-


try and naval

d Citizen.
t departs up-
at the Span-
t Santiago.
believe that
1h sea is ini-
I. are of the
l i ca'.e, and.
f the ne'V.S,

litl bhomve-
hoL Ilaws is

tie coim-

..1 t i'-

1 ; ,,

'J~ilit'e5 tthat

ed troml the harbor. The tean thou-
sand troops will follow as fast as the
transports are ready. The City of
Pekin will mail today with the first
installment. The volunteers are
eager to go forward.
Rumors of a great naval battle off
the Mole, St. Nicholas, have been of-
ficially denied iu Washington. At
Key West the last of the ships have
hurriedaway to joini Sailpsunl. Na-
val men there believe that a battle
on thie i.s .Aout to he thought.

thn "li-a e -.',+7! 77n, .t i hiIv I S

ili (.'ilbai wa eres.
Minister Capdepon ot Spain ex-

I presses the opinion that his nation
will probably be defeated, but not
with d'.g. .nce..
S't'he ivork of tnovinig the 1iriy ilt
vut liitel..s iito canlip (lill tlie vaii-
oil. states to t ie points iittlliza.
titua is inll lutl Awiuig, as well as lile

samei as the work of eCniiinti 0 tliei for act l

en asked in
'i:binet re-
.e nWit wrlni
the old imeii-
e others ex-
A. Tho noew
marinee has ii-
ilig out the
insl) the war
luo alle peace

Tiila expe-.
n a few days
,1 from San

ieloeioJ af a
d arqmy of-

ficers wil! arrive here t -i. to select
I '.19 i L 1 .

a camp ground and imak

raiigeie t i ts. -

Sunday's Times-Union an41c ciri.i
A dispatch lacking Jttl miio
has bee l receive-., tollil of a nayal
n--iti which
battle off Cape -layll
twelve of thed esels t1h0 niv
were sunk anrd oI Aitt0ricait
ships damacLi d a -cli..
Further .IeLaihl

which the SpatixaiC.e alyi sulr-
prised. Thea.et. .)u i aln Juana
Show tthat the A were su-
perb int courage as a in i m'k-
inan bhip.
Thie powerful llldm i ..i.ter*'y, a
veritable Gibralti atflra lhs been
ordered to Manila. I t*.l slie takes A
position, al: of S;,aiiil lavy caI't
budge her. The ,p.liLc t" I e gov-
. .iutnlit is tort niihly .eiv" ti, tihe
importance of reta:linii -lie lh i illip-
piines, and Spain'a huxped itiiin Iti re-
capture will recoivv a wai l wtI-ltoMe.
It ik planned to hold th. Pliilippinsir
until this governlnentll. yiluntarily
agrees to release them.
Gen. Shafter has Lb5n placed in
coiimmanild at Tampa, GetnjVade hav-
ing been ordered to Chii~amanga.
Monday's Times-Un;on at dpitizen.
"On to thlie Philippineu' is now the

-..- -1--111. ..,,- 1. I l
Gireat activity is repo, tr(l at Cai.i z,
Where a Spanlish squatiroti is hun,
Iprepa rod I 11.sea.

"Every morning I have a
bad taste In my mouth; my
tongue is coated; my head
aches and I often feel dizzy.
I have no appetite for breakfast
and what food I eat distresses
me. I have a heavy feeling in
my stomach. I am getting so
'weak that sometimes I tremble
and my nerves are all unstrung.
I am getting pale and thin. I
am as tired in the morning as
at night."
What does your doctor say?
"You are suffering from im-
pure blood."
What is his remedy? +

You must not have consti-
pated bowels if you expect the
Sarsaparilla to do its best work.
But Ayer's Pills cure constipa-
We have a book on Paleness
and Weakness which you may
have for the asking. .
WHite to our Dotoft :
Perhaps you would like to consult
eminent physicians about your condi-
tion. riteus freely all the particulars
in your case. You will receive a prompt.
reply. Address, DR. J. O. AYER, I
Lowell, Mass;s"
L I' Meow


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will he a "
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GALATIA, ILLS., Nov. 16,18=9.
paris Medicine Co.. St. Louis, Mo.
Gentlemen:--We sold last year, 600 bottles of
bought three gross already this year. In all owr ex-
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therefore makes th
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20cts to cover cc
year's subscription
payment of $1.20 sE

ilPflaf Is an eleaint and Patriotic Souvenir of the wrecked Battle.
n ship Maine. Thousands have been sold it the last few
TUUII weeks. The Illustration gives but a faint idea of the real'
beautyof the spoon which is very elegantly engraved and
tid heavily il er-plated. the exact size of cut. It is manufactured
i1t s-..uveirpr.Poi house. In thid country and delights everybody who-
SIt Iias a retail value of from 25 cents to Co cents, and will ornament
u t.. l. h iich we send you to 1900 free, in addition to ther
U IISIN MB.. is- a large, well-edited and very handsomely
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r MB N `! ont h I v YMagazine, published at Boston, Mass.
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NCI is iraoo i-h. it.es, the most famous of female poets and
Ia4 a long
List of ontributors
nal Fame and ReputaUn, Including Such Names as:
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Irneys, sitd for 24 years an pean authority, the greatest living
youths Companion. female poet.
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ahp McGregor (Scotland) Theodore Mansfield, B.A.
less D'Arno. Ronald B. McLeod.
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pt. I[cnry A. McVicker. "Oliver Optic," William T. Adams.
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The edscription offer of The Columbian is a part of the campaign which
that excl.ent magazine has inaugurated to quadruple its circulation before 1900,
and secuw the largest subscription list In the country.
AT OFFE The BUOY is anxious to secure in the
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iis offer We will make a present of this Handsome MAINE
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ying us $1.00 on the subscription account of the BUOY and
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Corner 0f Bay.ieT and Wyoming Aveneis on Eey Front
Glassware. Tinware and NotioIs!
Wh I mni c,,n', findd at any other StoiC,, cnv lit R C K E t
S T O R E and ge.

Bread, P Ca OD SS pe-&-IIS S.
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T .] -.A. T -M IR IT'A-
n A..^T 0E A, 3d

I Handle no Quack Nostrums

DR, J, J. KESTER D Drugpist.

MMeL slff tshi

Captain, JAS. E.CLARK.

Mobile to Carrabelle, via Pensacola, St. Andrf4s

Bay, Cromanton and Apalachicola.

255 Tons Burden. Passenger Capacity 50

Mobile toSt Androws Bay and 5 00 St Andrews Bay to Apalachicola.. 2 50
S Apalachicola......... 7 00 Carrabelle..... 3 09
Carrabelle .......... 8 00 Apalachicola to Carrabelle......... t
5th, 15th and 25th at 7 p.m..........Mobile..........12th, 22d and 2d a.m.
7th, 17th and 27th p.m.. St Andrews Bay and) and s .
"th .. h..2.Cromanton..... f ...11th. 21stand let a.m.
8th, 18th and 28th a.m ..........palachieola... ...11th, 21estand 1st p.+ .:
th l. ARRIVE. ..
flt 1 t i'1 9 1, 1 --,._ -- I I~k ,

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Connects nt Aialachic Carrabelle with ,. . & G. inilroid firo Tallahas~ee.
For furth-r iiifrmuat-in, freight rales and special rates for large partles
Address, CA PT. ..AS. CLARtK, Mobile. Alabaima.

Dr Mitclill Drn' Store,
Ul.mlllllldJ~llg oll.



Fresh and of Guaranteed Purity.
r% % *a 8 ^ AMI""f a1 12 W&S 0,S Rl0 o3 e

Offers His Professional Services to the Citizens of St, Andrewt
Surrounding Country.
May be oud at bis residence on uellnna Vista avenue at nie lt.



PESACOLA, Fa, Opposite Waiting "oom of Union Depot,
Is the Piace for Passengers Coing to and from
Rooms Comfortable! Terms Reasonable!

F rgusonA & Brontthe i

Have Come and are Prepared to


Persons or SCENIC VIEWS !

Tent on Ciommrco Stroeet, East of fMaxon & BrMo's Stcrr.
Will be Glad to take Country Views Within a leasoinlo t'itic n of 8
Atidrews and
:PI I t C 33 S f

Cabinet Size,

per doz., $2.00; Card .size, per doz., $1.00: Extra .,ar~e
Views. three for $1.50. ."
.. -+ .. )

New and 2d-Hai nc


Slisceflaneous Miachineryf

m,..if^itit nniv. h k.., *hp rPmAILIr! a 7 ?Ir P_;i'i-P'f fn





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Rough and Dressed Lumbor of All Grades.

WOr'TermB oash or endorsed notes.



Still holds the Fort at the recog-
nized emporium for Good Goods
S and Low Prices,

Wheie he invites all old friends and the pur,
chasing public to call and
Emawine his stock and GET PRICES.

Pays the Highest Price for Green Salted ALIGATOS HIDES


Salisbury Lumber Company's Mill,
TwoeMileS East of St. Andrews, are now prepared to furnish first-claH

Either Rough or Dressed,
THOMPSON & JOHNSON. PPOPRnETOns. Harrison. Florida.

UID Your Fruit and Vegetable:
n l1rTO THE
123 Light Street, Baltimore, Maryland
g 'We handle exclusively SOUTHERN FRUIT AND VEGETABLE
Buy outright or handle on Commission. Send for our Price List and Stencil
REFERENCES--United Stataes Trust Co., Traders National Bank, and th
--Trade lt general.


HIfrticultural a Im 1rfvmut

co pip an y


May Fishin'.
J. Law Redman.
There wuz whisperin'of crustacea,
Like the tinkling of low bells;
There wuz hum1tin in the breezes,
Ez they woke the sleeping' swells;
There wuz thrill o' life pervadin'
All the blessed hours o' May,
When you an' me wuz fishing'
Fishing' in the bay.
An the spring kep' growing' brighter,
Like the summer sun at noon;
An' the flood gulls dippin'closter,
Sung the same ol' tune;
An' i 't the glint o' April,
But the gleam of scented May,
Thet made the blood flow quicker,
Fishin' in the bay.
Oh, them days hev gone furever,
Yit I sorter like ter look
Back at the time an' make believe
I'm foolin' with a hook.
Fu" a month o' that ol' sweetness,
Oh, Lord what 'ud I aive!
'Twuz mighty good to be t hI t
An' 'twuz mighty sweet t ,Ile.
An Eastern Teniperaulie Lec-
turer Drinks "Alkali."
' Topeka State Journal.
A temperance lecturer from Boston
was traveling westward over the
Santa Fe, and whenever he met any
of the other passengers he soon com-
Snienced to talk temperance.
Soon after leaving Kansas City
the lecturer fell in with a resident of
western Kansas.
"This is, Kansas," remarked the
native ot the land of the sunny skies.
"So we haye left the clutches of the
liquor men and are now traveang in
a civilized state wLere prohibition is
torce," said the lecturer.
"Yes," remarked the Kansas man,
"we drink nothing but water."
"I ,xiould like to taste some Kan-
sas water," said the man whose aim
was to promote total abstinence.
"I will get you some at the first
stop we make. This on the train in
Missouri water, taken on at Kansas
City," said the man.
When Topeka was reached the
Kansas man got off, and as soon as
lie left the seat with the man who
longed for mild drinks, his mind wan-
dered to thoughts of treason against
the unsuspecting lecturer. Yes, it
would be so easy to pour the tin cup
a third fult ot whisky. He got the
water and poured in a good allowance
|. of liquor ten years old. He took the
S "water" in to the lecturer.
"Here's a drink of Adam's ale brew-
ed in Kansas," he remarked as he
handed it to th lhjrty man.
The temperance lecturer took it,
put the cup to his lips and drained
the contents without removing it.
When he was through he handed the
cup back and smacked his lips.
"I have heard that Kansas water
is saturated with alkali," said the
eastern man.
The Outflow of the Heart.
To love others is the true counter.
poise of our unsteady natures. Tow.
ering and infirm self-love is likely tc
collapse at any moment. The out.

Tit? purpose of this Company is to Improve the Country adjacent toS t. flbin of the heart upon other* is in the
Andrews Bay and to ordering of God, thie most infallible
Develop Its Resources as a Fruit-Growing Country, way of securing sanity of mind, as
Is accomplish this the Company proposes to Sell Lands in tractsof Two- far as right human relations can se-
*nd-a.half and FiveAcres to such parties only as will improve them by the cure it.
rteelton of Houses. Fences and such Permanent Improvements as will enhance the __ _.,
wl. ofseloh tract so disposed of, and particularly to
Plant them out in Trees, Plants and Vines, are three companions with ihom a
T tte end that in the shortest practicable time every such tract shall be a man should keep upon good terms:
Source of Revenue to its Owner. his wife, his stomach and his con-
Ab TO RELIABILITY OF THE COMPANY science. As the wife is very often
SThe Afirst question which will naturally be asked will be: "Is this Corn- the keeper of toth hlir b band's
pay reliable"? And the answer to it is: Any person employing the Company conscience and his digestion it would
o make improvements may deposit an approximate payment of the estimated cost of appear that the first condition would
hile *am* 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- be likely to include both of the
Hiy show that the improvements have been made according to agreement. others.
The Company will not only improve and plant, but watch and care for
*il property entrusted to its keeping, guarding against forest fires, dishonest pilferers T HE D RE A D ED
#fr damages from any cause possible to be prevented. THE RE ADED
Ftom a careful estimate of the probable expense and income of a fruit 0 0 N S U M P TI 0N,
0eatation iu the St. Andrews Bay country a few figures are given:
lrieof ;no pet acre, say $25 to $50; cost of clearing, say $20; *oat of planting 1st T. A. Slocum, M. C., theGreat Chemist
yreg e $30; coat of'cultivation each year thereafter, $0,
It is not extravagant to estimate that a 1-acre vineyard will on the third and Scientist, Will Send Free, to
yar, If properly cultivated, yield $200 worth of fruit and of peaches nearly or quite the Afflicted, three Bottles of
the eame, while figs should do even better than that. Then, thongh perhaps a little hisNewlyDiscovered Rem-
longer, some of them, in coming into profitable hearing may be named pears, apricots, isNewlyDiscovered Rem-
*tieirilts, plums, prunes, mulberries, olives, Japan persimmons almonds English idles to Cure onsnmp-
ealass*, Japa. chestnuts, pecans, and ...any. other variories of fruits and nuts. which tion and all Lung Troubles.
ers efmotl certain tio flourish here; while oranges and citrus fruits, though not con-
*tdored certain vieldMrge returns oftener than they miss Nothing could be fairer, more philan-
The Seoretary of thie Compiany will give paIticular attention to an- thropicor carry more joy to the afflicted,
ewer all questions asked it.
R I M iEM B ER the Company Lands will be sold on Easy 183earl street, New York City.
Twr ofPayment; but improvements must be paid for as satisfactory proof is given Confident that he has discovered an
t ilthe work has leen performed. CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED. absolutecure for consumptioneland all
Address R. E. HOWARD, Sec. W. A. EMMONS, President. pulmonary complaints,and to make its
St. Andrews Bay, Fla. great merits knownhe will send free,
fe three bottles of medicine, to any reader
Our Clubbing List. IMPROVED FARM FOR SALEI of the Buor who is suffering from chest,
Our Clubbing List. bronchial, throat and lung troubles or
Oe U1 has made very liberal club- Gilt ariain for Somo c-nsumption.
iag arrangements with a few of the very Ond hundred and sixty acres of choice mediie,".hs permasiently ccoured tou
beet publications in the country and for Firming Land in the south half of section sands of apparently hopeless cases,
fte parent eaan end for a whole year 7, township 4s, of range 13w. Good The Doctor considers it his religious
Th BUOYI3 Yand Dwelling House, lnrive Well, convenient duty-a duty which he owes to human-
Lesli's Illuatrated Weekly for....$3.00outhouses, Fine Fruit Orchard of Pears, ity-to donate his infallible cure.
Demoret'sMagazinde............ 1.75 Peaches, Plums. etc., and nearly 1,000 Offered freely, is enough to commend it,
Ie Fla T. U. & Oitizen, daily for $9 00 Grape Vines, all in bearing. If taken and more so is the perfect confidence of
do weekly,for$1 85 soon willbe sold for the greatchemist making the proposition.
*i..ti Ameriean'* .... 3 50 $ 1, 0 0 He has proved the dreaded consump-
arme*rad Fruit Grower" ... 2 55 And the improvements alone cost a good tior, to bea curable disease beyond any
t glti*4fe&riuliurist ... 2 55 deal more money. Would prefer cash doubt.
eslebsof 5, each ** ... 2 25 down. but might give time on ono-half;the There will be no mistake in sending --
Pas iJoaraal, Philad'a, monthly 1 10 purchase money. For full particulars ad- the mistake will be in overlooking the
Sme*satl Intquirer twice a week dress the Buor, St. Andrews Bay, Fla generous invitation. He has on file in
8 large pages each issue ..... 1 70 his American and European laboratories
A-,its Coatanestlttlon ... 1 70 Wan~id TRUSTWORTHY and AkC testimonials of experience from those
..Wrld(brie wk) ........175 gentlemen ladlesa re.cured, in all parts of the world.
t W ldthrioeabwk).o..... bi 7 IVE gentleme orladles to travel f re, Don'tdelay until it is too late. Ad-
:ay r either of the above public sporsible, established bouse in Florida. dress T. A. Slocum, M. C., 98 Pine,
tes is e*aretion with the BUOY, ad- Monthly $65 and expenses. Position street, New York, and when writing the
a eders to THE UOY. steady. Reference. Enclose self-ad- Doctor, please give express and post-
St. Andrews. Fla dressed stamped envelope. The Do- office s adess, and nenuiion reading lhi
minion Company, Dept W.Chicago. article in the.Buov.

The Stage
Atlanta Constitut
As we left Sa
Sun there were
to go by the
was over the m
chances of disas
out from breai
stage was read,
on the ,paheengl
pale-faced maWi
climb up ,besiO
pale-facodi mania
driver whispered
"1 picked hijr
him to death.
a heap of fun
Two miles 3
load made a a
heiur fall of It

"Wle m, y

yer breath au
'[le passel
did not ct'
after making
riter rather ii
"Didn't youi
run within a ft
"It ran wit
wylS the reply.
Beyond the
grade of a mnilf
a flourish of hii
his horses to
of us inside ha1
lile and oyer.
seemed bound t
"Did ye kri
a rock we'd all
"Of course."
"And ye wi
"Not at anl.
Three or"
driver tried i
curve. In lii
'a close call of
the edge of tb
sudden effort'
coach. We *
and (frighten
man beside
puff of his ci5
safe the 4div0
"That sul

ply. : -'and light wagon.
,'[lie cl, ave you will e er> All Goes for $360!
hey till the atie conies."Address the iUOY, St. Andrews. Fla.
--Yes." J
"See here i but what sort of a FOR RENT !
critter ar' .'" was the query. THE SANITARIUM at Old
"Don't you I v 'nuff to git Bkeart?" a Town is offered for rent at a reas-
o enable pri'e: The rent for a time
"Notlling a happened yet to may go towards repairing the house and
scare iner-." ,. fixing up the fences.
enAlso, two cottage on Loraine avenue
"But inobl ye want me to drive east of Drake street.
plumb over precipice a thousand For further parti-culars, apply at th.
feet high' Buoy office.
feet high."
"If you conveniently can. The a AP
(act is, I carni off up h1or intending
to commit st li.le. and it you caln Of Ui CitV Of St. Anrows,
you'll oblige tie." publisher, who has spared no pains
S--.- to prepare for the public a map of
Peculiai Villages. St. Andrews as it really is. It shows
London Til-Birs about
Scattered throughout the area of FOUR MILES OF COAST LNIE,
Great Btiitai are inlumrous towns extending eastward liom Dyer's
and villages J a peculiar character. t'oint, taking in the Old 'o'own site of
One large vill go actually consists of St. Andrews, and gives location of
old raila rages, even the little public business places, private resi-
ld railway criages, ven the little dences, docks, etc., also every lot in
mission cliapli being built out of folr each block and the adjoining addi-
large horse tricks. Another village, tion to the Cincirnati Company's
with a p.liutii,.n of 14.00 and a land, with a full description of the
ratable vahle bf $S,000, has neither same.
The Map will show owners of lots
church, chapel n,,r school, the only in the city just where they are lo-
public edili,ce .4iing a pillar letter box. cated, and is of value to those think-
Villages with a single inhabitant ing of buying property.
are not nnkioun. At Skiddaw, in Size of Map 30x50 Inches.
Cunmb.rland;jhere is a solitary house- The BUOY will send this map to any
houhlr, wo- .-.4-e because there address on the receipt of
is no overs.0 to prepare a voters' ONE DOLLAR ,
list, and no dinrrch or other public Or giver, as a premium for 5 yearly
building on i 'hich to publish 'one; cash sulscrietions.
while the onil rate payei in a certain
Northunibepr parish has recently L.BRUDY'S d.i
declined t ear the expense of re. PILES L Sito
be Lcausee hiconsiders d CONSTIPATION teed to cuore PILES.
L qitegoo for himself d CONSTIPATION (bleeing, itching, protru ding,
SUH"it C t E in .i fgo himelf. inward), whether of recent or long stealing, or money
In the lof Ely is a little pa reuned. I gives instant relief,and eircts a radical
In te and permanent cure. No surgical operation required.
I I Of Ely is a little pa Try it and relief your su.Icriugs. Send forlist of testl-
mnonials and free sample. Only So cts. a box. For sale
ish which ben somewhat con- bydruggistsor sentby mail on receipt of price
temptuously described as a "portion IUDY, Rg. Parmacst, LacaserPa.
of land with three or four houses, Sold at St. Andrews Bay, Fla.,
and perhaps !twelve inhabitants." At Dr. Mitchell' Drug Store.
This place his no roads at all, and is ICall for free sample.
consequently put to no expense in
keeping themin repair. As a matter 50 YEARS'
of fact, thereare no expenses of any EXPERIENCE
kind and no tes.
One of teniost remarkable vil-
lages in this: country is Kempton,
near Bedford which is seven miles ,
long and e emely straggling. To ,TRADIIMARKS
ong an xernely straggling. To DesiaeN
walk from o(e end of the village to COPYlImHTN Ac.
S o Tillage to Anyoneending a sketch anddesriptoB may
thl9 other occ .- ieloky ieertain our opinion fre whether an
pe other ies two lours. Invention Iprobbly paenle ommuniea-
Snomtime 1 tionstrictlyoonfldenti. Handbook on Patenta
Sonietiiune whole villages will sentfree.Oldestagency forseurtin gpatsnts.
Patents taken through Munn & Co. receive
practically disappear A little ,speowta c., without oarge, an the
Shropshire vllage has gradually SCItttiIC JItm rCat.
shrunk. until i ot on Ahandsomely illustrated weekly. Largest elrf
h t now it is almost out of uationoranyscientifiecjournal. Terms, $3 a
sight. yt 1 on a diused co year; four months, $1. Sold ball newsdealers.
pit, and the i built on a disuse coal MUNN & C0.361Broadway,New York
l n t king goe 0 on steadily BranchOffice, 626F St..Washington, D.C.

40, 42, & 44 S. Palafoxst., Pensacola, Fla.





a rchandise!


A Fuill Lile of Calnneo os
B1ur a Caslets,

XMast. Foos & C om anV' -R

Double Acting Force Pump.

Thi- is the latest anrd moi t coniiplet
H ad I low for working plants in the garden. It
isselt-a(djistable; the weight the block to
1-. v i.h the blade is attached keeps it in the'
Siu'ld, and the depth of plowing is regulated
by lifting the handles. A boy or girl of ten
e, Cel s e.n handle it with perfect ease. It has a
-'i-rvhel steel wheel, the eight of which make
he plow light of draft. It Vas ive blades; 1 i i
a imn ing mold, 2 a shovel, 3 a sweeper weeding
\ blade, 4 a bull-tongue, 5a rak*. Wrench
a with each plow.
We have 2Iade arrangements b$
which we can furnish this plow a
the factory price, $3.7 wift

4, i- -.-
^ ... . m. .- ,''
freight to St. Andrews Bay about 75 cents, making the plowdelivered
$4.50. But the BUOY proposes to do better than this and will send the BtUOY
one year and furnish one of these plows complete at the factory for $4.5d
purchase' to pay freight.
The low may be seen in operation at the BRTOY Farm at any timt
Order from the BUOY direct,

river's Blutf. every year. Now and then a totter- GOLDI G OLDI G OLD
)n. ing house is propped up to keep it
dy Gulch for Rising standing, but, in spite of all precau- We have secured valuable claims in the
ix male passengers tions, buildings are constantly fall-
tage, and the route igto theground, ad in coursef F m o so fi el
The d rniIeg cam e eouuagdiuso Fa0moUS gold fields of Alaska.
Mountains and fall of time doubtless nothing W ill be left I o
;er. The driver came but a few bricks to mark the spot Hon. Cha:. D. Rogers, of hiiicau, Clei k of the U. S Dilstrict Court of
fast as soon as the where a village once stood. Alaska, has staked out claims for this Conmpany it thb
,, and looking about
rs he selected a small, Too Much Mineral Water. SHEEP CREEK BASINand WHALE BAY DISTRICTS of Alasica.
and invited him to Argonaut. I l Am i an iiin n l p in Co
Shi. While tile A Scotchman living in London re- I
cws clinibing u the ntly ran across two of his country-
men, and took them with him to a CAPITAL $5,000,000. SHARES $1 EACH
'.o the rest of us: big public dinner. In his hospitality FULL -'AID AND NON-ASSESSABLE.
out in order to scare he sent to their table champagne, This Company Cives the Poor Man a Chance
feand yet more champagne. and after a as Well as the Rich!
before we've gone ten
time went to see personally how they Now is the Time !
west of the gulf the were faring. He found them de- To invest your money. $1.00 will buy one share of stock. tifest now
twlin turn, with a pressed. "How are you getting on?" before our stock advances in price. Not less than five shares will be
dre etn he asked. The reply came, "Oh, sold. We have the best-known men in America as Directors in this Com-
rn feet o we're getting' on fine, but we're verra pany. Therefore your mohey is safe with us as with your bank. Send
an the driver put fatoegit with thae mineral watters." money by Post-Office order or registered mail, and you will receive stook
allop and said to by return mail.
An Irish member of parliament Nprth-American Mining and Developing Company, Juneau, Alaska.
round all right, or ai that Mr. Ialfunr's. aterof- Write for prospectus to the
...B'ge a. r i^ cith-Anix ljninP- and DevejQCinp a,-
n no ,olily "came like win.fall t of 23 UION SQUARE, EW YORK, U. S. A,
n maide no move and -,:,-:,r kv," an an-o Englilsh musical ..
untenuance, and, j., ,l s.aid, that .,.eratic man. Agents Wanted Evejywhere to Sell our .Stock,
,e couiso all right, thu a ,--, ].,,,1 **nnl.aithed a now ltar."
dignintly demanded ---- L. M. WARE JNO. R. THO MPSON
see that the off wheel
tof the edge of the 0 rip P oo S t r

Akin six inches sir!" When you take Hood's Pills. The big, old-fash-
hill six inches airn. lotoned, sugar-coated pills, which tear you all to
pieces, are not in It with Hood's. Easy to take
curve was a down-
S and with a yell andt j
, whip the driver urged W aR .
dead run. The five and easy to operate, is true
dto hang on for deAr of Hood's Pills, which are
d t hang on for dear up to date In every respect .3 1 D EALERS 1 N
ry minute the stage Safe, certain and sure. All
tI go over. druggists. 2. C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass. DRY GOODS,
Oo o oer. The only Pills to take with Hood's SarsaparllJ J
ow that if we'd struck
beeu dead men in no GROCERIES

ln't prayin'?" Another Bargain in Real Estate. BUILDERS' SUPPT .TES
ofTheKilbergplace, miles northeat Ship Chandlery, Salt Fish, Etc. Etc., Etc
mile further on te of Parker, consisting of 80 acres fine hp an ery, al s t E. t
miles further on the timbered land, being the west half of
s man with another the southwest quarter of section 6, tp -o-o-o-o-o-
eternination to m1aka 4s, range 13w; 4 acres fenced with A G E N T F OR
picket fence and in cultivation, with
one wheel ran off several fruit trees, grape vines, etc., n
a o and a habitable shanty. Price $300 D
preciice, and only a partly on time if desired. For particu- N
the horses saved the ars address the BUOY.
ere flung in a heap A L 8 O FOR
bal to death, but the ANOTHER GREAT BARGAIN! o
TLriver never lost a $350 Will t b Ten Acres of e SK4 T t -t & e
Lniml in the swV qr of see. 35, tp s
S' Whed things were r 14w., with furnished cottage suita-
.rned' on him with: ble for small family, fenced with B oo 1T
s the brink of the good fetonce, under high state of culti- E
vatiin, large assortment of bearing F1R I T
'th quiet re- fruit tres and vines, stable and oat- If ne L "T E ,,f ail kind, calTl n o
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