Title: St. Andrews buoy
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00073857/00127
 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: April 27, 1893
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: VID00127
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33065309
lccn - sn 95026996
lccn - sn 95026996

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S An rews Bay!

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Best AdvertisiNu

ST.A NDi~l E A AII '7 1L


.ensators- Ifon. Sain'1 Pas,o, Mon ic.-llu; '
Hon Wilkinson C.ll, ,I.:.L., vile.
lepresentatieN--lI. L)itrict, S. R. Mal-
lorv. PenA.elua; "d Di.triet, . ,
Cooper. (elet. (. "
anid Office-Register, Alex. Lynch; Re- e =- .
ceiver, Volney J. ShipiIan. Gainesville. "- -
STATE. ; X" .'.'.
G Jverno--Hlenry L. Mitchell; Attorney 't
lelneiral, Win. B. Lamar; Secretary of
Statr, J.' L. Crawvford; C.niptroller, W; a R i .
T). Bloxh an; Ciurrii iA'ue of AiieU IF iRlA ILI of A
S[ of Publlic Insl a ltion, W. N. Sheats; "- .-'
Treasurer, C. H. Collins; Justice of Su- - ------ --
pree Court, i. F. Tlor, lllahasse Circular Saws. eating Iron, Steel, Brass and Iron F things r.
-r:nator-Alonzo W. W-ekt", C'iple. I.. wli revp 't an.=td his. com.
r-,,' r ltat i\v. \V. -i .i 1cr. CIi A,, -- Iii ud
cr Judn ew. c'W 'dnrei C tle-y, (huns, Firlshlng Tackle,. Anmiujiiionu .,. Ja ... ,t. f v, -

4t;- -.te ,v u. -. there may not be somethingin your sug-
l'~- .rA^reiS Leather BelttnJg am d R-er, La- e Leather. gestion that those two Asiatics, provided
SCorn., Leather Belttng. D amo thcyb are such, have been sent hereby
a la r. SPECIAL ATTnENTIO rajah or potentate of India to tako
-w-*.av, Ss .' Sinteiidi A. rA rE : TO 7A TT 0101that Wonderful ruby back-to that con
?io Public Inst ruction, L. L Cliarles, Corner of Palafox and Romana Streets, try. It may be they have it with their I
Vernon; Suirvevo, 'Thos. Collins, Chip- and are gradually working their way to
ley. PE NS AC 0 L A, FL A New York with the intention of sailing
ST. ANtInEw'. for home. You haven't seen them, and
f the Peace. G. B. Thompson; they know nothing about you. Isuguest.
ubIlic, l'epult Ciruit Court .- therefore, that you devote yourolf to
SHorpkin.-; School Super- them until the truth comes to light."
.Brakin; Post Mistress, PUBLISHED EVERY THUHRSDAY. necessary; return this to ns and we tal expenditure of $35 up to the gath- "he at is the other line to be fol-
iI.' One Dollar a Year in Advance. can aid you; the paramount desire of erig of the first or third year's crop; lowed?"
S pso; Post- everyone on St. Andrews Bay is that and it is reasonable to expect that "Doctor Maidhoff."
I lompson; Post- "I believe he is the only one."
,wor.st. EMM N S & LY N CH a railroad may be built, and we are the cro,) will increase with eace suc- "It looks that way to me, butthere can
r ARKER. Pub li shers and Prop r ietor s only too willing to give you every ceediug year, while the expenses will be no certainty of it until it is probed f-,
8, Annie R. Parker. WM. A. EMMows. E. J. LYNCH. item of info:'mtin psse; our sec-have reached :heir ll point the bottom. If it should be that those
ite i tinpoibe our have peddlers have secured the gem, they
JALIHOUN COUNTY--C OoMANTON.e K n tional nap is invaluable as showing when the lot is fenced and plowed; must never leave the country with it,
otarie, E. Moher, Frank oski; Adertiing ates ade Known the physical features of the tt. An- now if even at this low estimate since if they do so the jig will be rp.
SPoat m Ier, W. 31. Croiman. Application. .While you are devoting yourself to them
Sdirews Bay country, and will be sent $22.50 per year income from on in- Wile you art e doctor. Yourself tort
I v _-1 cnltv':te the doctor. You havi~u
E L I G I 0 U S Aswers to Correspondents. to you on receipt of $1; there is no vestment of $35, or even $50 is not a called there .l imn:- .-rcown o,yonr id'd--
nud hestneut street-Rv.- The BUOY is no real estate agency; place on earth where you can make a go,.l1 investment, then -it must be ad- tity. you will be uandicappl c on that
-d Cllestnut street-Rev. W. account. fe won't suspect me, and it
astori. Preaching at 11 a, m. neither buys, sells, or puts a price pleasanter home than in Florida, and fitted that horticulture is a failure may be that I can work him. What do
and :10 p. ni.. e'ery alternate Sunday. .,,
Se ent Day tBaptist--M everytern Sat- upon lots; it has advertisers who pay especially in that particular part of and ought not to be encouraged; fig- you s:y?"

rday at 11 o'clock a. m., corner of Wood- attention to such matters; address Florida known as St. Andrews Bay. ure on this for yourself and see what ..ry 2; t e o u n't bep n to soon.
bine avenue and Bay View streets; prayer them. Any question asked will be R. S. M. J.. Uniontown, Ala.: We conclusion 3 .u rrach; the estimate 'll call on the doctor for a prescription
mmetetiuag same place every Friday evening
at 7:30. -answered cheerfully anll to the very are not responsible for the irregulari- has been made for ordinary piney at once. If we have occasion to corn-
venue and Drake str- corner Lori. best of our ability and all we ask ties of .the mail service; your paper pincy-woods land; hammock land will muncate, we'll do it through headquar-
Slade (Christianj preaches by permis- in return is that the seeker for infor- leaves this offiic every Wednesday cost more to improve, but the land Folsom Simpson made a bound from
sion e vry altrher'te Sund, at :.0 p.un .. nation help along the work we have and starts north at 12:30 p. m. next being better will yield greater returns his chair, snatched up his hat, jerked i
Cat holic--C'hurch cornCr u\t in tg at h- down o4 the back of his head, hurriedly
S nue and Fost-r -tre,-t. undertaken-that of building up St. day; it is not probable that your lots and where more than one lt lies in a shoo hands wit his friend and skurried
S BU SIN ESS DIR ECTORY Anr Xndew and the Bay country and are in a swamp on North Bay; on the body of course the cost of fi'cilng and do'-n stairs and out into the night. He
a lding v\alIue to ev ry piee of prop- contrary, almost the entire frontage improving is proporti< ".a y. less. iade str Uni for the a.ic of Dr. Maid-
I i-i' t i t ~ i-of ianud assumed a wan, Ii-,uhro Ii f'":
a l- I'A I KEH, ,.ert' owned 1.v ouIr unesiti;o .erN. by at is s -tlledl with lionei'st industrious, Nancy II. ., I) ut il, t t, S. as' : p sion ahe walked slowly to thei I.
Notary Puldii- and Surveyor. Sp eial .d rg su -rp pe ople; surely you,. fr Lcn r1 and rang te bll.
tellio alien ll N ari i ~u ", T hfu"yic I ;e ia e' I --ly l-l e n d nt l the w s
also to th Drawiifig oft laps. Cliaits. etc. sci.el t t Btou Iteu imen iber t l.t -not rel 'ar., i efully the int.,inedii ,vy .\l, 1, Ilt; l state cim .t,,., .l t : doctor -w i-:: 'cred" the s m
Pa-rkr e, ta.. x"'b i ,,'l tr 'c Ill the 11. i

b.. ,.. -. .a i S a- ienli an 1111- \ .tf i t ll' i otr ;
oen pt al.waT"s 1.e n.c- .ie a e rt a; l't oiii sell tI : ei l)-' \\i m\ be h're eived by collector plird ti', vi-:i0.r in a taint v-..e. "1 fr I:
-, I,' tbon d 4f rt"
-1 ,t , .I' ,' ,,,t ,. ,t N ,. 1; if ,you co, l tl thte l I I is
a u,. con t' Fortune seemed tobe with the rotund
-"ibd'O1i i 'ian L J ~i ti, f thm. latnd-- e, c:n it. carn'm. is to come here and make conditions the 15Uo can at .-1 to the detective that. r ,i-: ite expected to b
nd ,rnu4 -i- (c.,e '.t.i hunt up ..I l .- M o.. ur owtn .tim- at further on we payment for you. conducted 1 the waiting room, but in-
'am"i .-,a iew I tB l .II_' e 5 -' h stead of thai the lady led the way to the
s:toa ~rnqr' t Day View al fin, i; thcy ar'_ n,,.t 1,r,.el-,K, ,hall show you how by improving you Mrs. C. Van. B., -t-I A;,,x >nry, stead of tha to lady led the diy to t
anS' 'aeu. " "i ari. i. a doctor's office, turned np the dim lamp
ae)b i i' ave\n'e ith at least ix cts. p,o.ta;ge, for the can easily give them a commercial Mass.: No man by the nmia,.d ..f A. B. so that it burned brightly and then left
-r Flidu. co oice is vaat Curtis lives in this iciLitty-:lat we the patient to himself.
,.-' R. D. HO[PKINS, "colen nie ,.s it i G(,. F.'B., Rocknort, Ill.: Vernon are aware of, and his orange groey The moment he was certain he n
"" Notary PUi)lie. and, t,-' do any' buMinct's ,vith lirn we alone Simpson threw off his pretended
.andDeputy Circnit Court Clerk. must \ rite him: send twl e t.s for his is tht county. seat of. Washington must have been a myth; it is a long illness, straightened up and glanced
,q nte Manson had held his interview with the
cea lodging i e the n se and ts mre a re ed county; the tax colect is the only itace fm he to Acadia and e keenly about the little room in whichAcal.tdet
-- building 2d door north of postlhtfice. to an,, er. the clrres.,po,.dent: person legally authorized to receive do not know what the fau'eis. owner less than two hours before.
T R taxes prior to Aprnil 1; after that Phoebe B., Rogers, 0.: FinIl clerk's "I have a feeling ," he muttered, "that
Dli. 1. ,I. J. KESTER, R.R., hicag,-, Ilki: \Vr can this oce is dden most
-. Homeopathic Physician and Ac- ,eply to vu in t, bet to ,vay than time the state comptroller ,eeives address in official directory. somewhere in thisce office is hidden most
coucher. Of)tice Pioneer D)rug Stor, ,repent what we have many time t said; them p;on payment of tile lawful pen- J.' A. D., Mt. Carmel, Ill.: Your jah'sruby, and if I am not disturbed for
corner of Shell avenue and Michi- t alt !f',r delinque'cy; as you give no questions are mainly answered in the 10 minutes I'11 find it."
gan street, have no data .upon which we cant i ible to give o Twice 10 minutes passed, and he was
it. Andrews. Floridn. give the precise population oi St. An- descrn it i i possible to g vel not-disturbed.
Fre. BUTLER.P drews; suffice it to say thatin the vil- i of' the Lost lfa Hndred Fleas. HAPTR
(i.*^^^^ 0- BUoLER. Los H n F lHAIIIERIV.
t Law. Practices in State lage proper the number reaches only a ts; t c any w naralis whoent ois bott of busi-an ardent SE DMLY A ARR YSTRY.
torslw e bist the ands f ness some time since, wnhichi accounts A natait
deral Courts. Will attend the few hundred, but the lands fronting student in his branch of science and
oy 1-oeply t e rno ar-stu ardent oaind his branch of science a .
f St. Andrews when wanted on fully 100 miles of the hay are near- rese tyour giti no r y to letters ad .
.ce and otlice, 0 dressed to it. absent minded to a degree which m- -
Florida ly all settled upon by thriving in- M. J. F. Houston, Tex.: The cmn- keeps his famnil on the alert, recent- C/ ._'

HE iMA IL. dustrio,us people; while as ou leave pany is not it existence; St. ,A- ly celebrated his silver wedding, says "' A: a,' i
.,, ....,; ., y is on a Bu o o.u n. l -, I

.... n...... 1via. u v,,s 1- scarce; those engaged in trading ap-
ept Suday at 1-
av except Sun2 pear to be doing fairly well; there is
Cromanton, no more healthy place anywhere in
retappo, leaves the United States; the prevailing
st everV morning southerly winds come pure and ex-
'es, wOLllin et w siia
ock. hilerating from off the Gulf and can-
not possibly be laden with germs of
Clerk Ir disease; the general outlook is, that
Ortice. as soon as we can get a I'ailroad St.
I Andrews Bay will rank among the
leading commercial and tourist cen-

ters of the southern seaports; the ev-
idence is before yoa that there is a
-4i;e l e- l'-per published here, and
its name is tre- -ST. ANz4EWs BUov;
the range of valuation tf twli, ai well
as farm property is so wide t}h~.ntm
dt-finite figures can be given; you can
buy a lot for $1 or for $1000, and
there is an equally wide range in
prices of farming lands; so also the
crops are so diversified that we have
not space to enumerate; subscribe for
the Boor and it will inform yon when-
ever a success is achieved with any
particular crop; can't tell you yet
whether the company has paid any
taxes for '92; up to that time all had
been kept paid up; to find out, it will
be necessary to send a full description
of all the lots to the state comptroller,
a'd we can attend to it if you will
carefully fill out the blank sent you
with the simple description, as indi-
cated by the headings; do not give
the size of the lots nor anything per-
taisinag o1 their history; simply the
description to locate by is all that is

.I G E C T F. o R
c Tl'lN;s. S r.rits REPUBLIC AND SAN

Subscriptions Solicite d.

8 U RB E R'S

I am prepared to do, all kinds of
SHauling at the lowest living rates
and .live entire satitiactiin.i
Cut and delivered at reast1nable rates
GW, \V. Surnll.n.

'dlw but sure road to prosperity, guests were invited for the occasion,
J. .,Viitfild, 0.: Yor platand the house was made ready for
J. O. R., W\hitfieil, U.: Your plat
reception of the company. Just as
represents only a ve;:y small portion e fist guest ed one of t
the first guest 'arrived one of the
of the lots lail out a3 the city of St.
andrews anl is six miles from the daughters was sent to summon the
; t h father, who had not come in from his
town proper; the Buyo has alwaCys
study. Care had been taken that he
said that these single smaIll lots were
not worth bothering with; but after should be reminded to dress in time,
so he was all ready, and at the sum-
a careful estimate a different conclu-ole ws a ed a the
sion has been reached; take for in- ons of tie daughter he came to the
stance a lot 25x125 feet; improve it awing-oo When he reached
the room the daughter noticed that
and plait it in Niagara grape vines te tht- noticed that
l lt s ait i r; h ie carried in his hand a small wooden
and let us see what it will do; 6x7
feet will do) verj well for distance box, and as he shook hands with the
nearest guest she saw him drop it.
apart to plant the vines, if they are
t as s in te The cover rolled off, but she gave a
set as shown in the following dia-
n;-- g- --,, "3 vines righ of relief when she saw the box
width and you will have 17 rows in was apparently empty. T.:e natur-
alist, however uttered a cry of dis-
length with room to -parc, I )ti, o;'
.sides and ends: may, and instantly went down on his
o o o knees in an attempt to gather up
something. "Have you spilled any-
o 0 o thing, father?" she asked. "Spilled
anything!" he echoed, in evident in-
dignation at her calm tone. "I have
o o o lost fifty fleas that I have just receiv-
Here we have 51 vines standing upon ed from Egypt!" The effect of this
a lot; a very low and safe estimate intelligence on the family was noth-
for tie third year's crop is 5 lbs to ing in comparison to tlie effect it had
the vine; 5x51=225; the writer has upon the company before the evening
never seen a bunch grape sold here was over; and the only thing the
for less than 10c per pound, and the naturalist said to his friends in
ruling price has been 15c; admitting answer to the congratulations upon
that it will cost $15 to fence; $10 to his happy married life, so his daugh-
plow plant and fertilize foots up $25; ters declared after all was over, was
allow 10 more for plowing for fire pro- to ask of them if they carried away any
tection and looking after the vines of his Egyptian fleas that they would
for the three years and we nave a to- return the insects to him.

"Oh-ah--oh, doctor, can't yol give me
srlticthiing quick, before I dic?"
In nothing did Folsom Simpson show
his wonderful readiness more markedly
than in his action on finding himself
alone in the office of Dr. Maidhoff. The
most that he had hoped for on his way
thither was the opportunity of a look at
the interior and of making the acquaint-
ance of the physician. In a general way
he intended to play the part of a patient
of his as long as it could be made to serve
his purpose, but here lie was with the
chance which he had not looked for un-
der a week at the least.
Springing lightly to his feet. he first
made for the drawers, numbering about
a dozen, beneath the cases in which the
physician kept his jars, bottles and va-
rious compounds. He drew out one after
the other, bestowing only a momentary
glance on each. They were half filled
with what might be classified under the
head of rubbish, such as wrapping pa-
per, twine, empty bottles, scraps of let-
ters and tidbits. The fact that none was
locked was prima facie evidence that
they contained nothing worthy of his
attention'. and he gave precious little at-
tention to them.
"The receptacle for wl.ich I am look-
ing is locked," was his conclusion as he
turned his efforts to the large writing
desk, whose top was th iown back. "Here
it is," he added a m:,ment later when
one of the small drawers resisted his
In a twinkling he had out his bunch of
skeleton keys, and in less time than
would be supposed the receptacle was
exposed to his view.
It contained nothing but letters flung
Toosely together.
"'DI)nahthaan there Lr a some missives

nere wichn would intere.st Mrs. Main-
hoff. but which it would be as well that
she should not see," r-flect'e-l the jovial
detective, who fingered ovcr the diff-'"
eitt letters- tith thwkill M a "-'Imtdi


clerk. "I haven't struck anything in
the nature of a caiket, and it is too
much to hope that I will find the won-
derful ruby, but-hello!"
His eye caught an envelope with a
foreign stamp. A glance at it showed
that the postmark was Calcutta.
"That is worth looking into," he mut-
tered, unhesitatingly shoving the en-
velope, whose plumpness showed that it
contained a letter, into his pocket.
"There may be more of them."
Possibly there was, but the oppor-
tunity to search, further was denied him.
More than S0 minutes had passed since
he began his illegal work, and he was
getting along famously when a cough
and the sound of footsteps on the side
porch warned him of the doctor's ap
proach. With inimitable dexterity
Simpson slid the drawer back in its place
and locked it, slipped to his seat on the
lounge and looked like a man suffering
from a severe attack of colic.
Mrs. Maidhoff had informed her hus-
band th aataptient awaited him in the
office, so that he was prepared for his
Assuredly the physician was deceived
by the action and appearance orf his
strange caller, for notihiun is easier than
to assume the looks and munmner of a
desperately ailing man. -'iipsiun n-
blushingly admitted that he had been
overindulging in a series of fruit, topped
off with wine, whisky and a couple u
swallows of brandy whose quality ex
cited his suspicion.
"I s'pose it's my own fault." he
groaned, "but that doesn't help ttese
confounded cramps, Oh-ah-oh, doc
tor, can't you give me something quick
-before I die?"
The physician lost no time in prepap.
ing a fiery compound, which was admire:
istered to the sufferer on the npot. After
a few milute-s' appropriate delay y ;
sick man announced that he felt mutc'
physician double his fee and took his de-'
parture before the doctor could mgke
some inquiries he had in mind regarding
his identity, for. kirowing every one as
be did in Ellenville, a little natural curi-
osity on his part was perhapsexcusable
under the circumstances.
Fifteen minutes later Simpson was
back again in the room of Max Manson.
to whom he recounted his experience.
-'There may be something and there
'may be nothing in this letter," he re-
marked as he drew it forth from the en-
velope. "We shall soon find out-con:
found it!"
The last exclamation was caused by
the discovery that about one-third of the
sheet containing writing had been torn
off and was missing. The penmanshil
was excellent, so that without difficulty
the two detectives read the following
broken communication:
Two natives, Wickman and Lu- some
time during the present month by steam-
they will sail for the United States, their ul
being the town of Ellenville, in the state
of- They are both desperate villains, whl
took- mutiny,and, have good reason to b-(
the organization of assassins known--
Thugs,and which was suppressed by Eng-
They have been sent by the rajah of---an
cestors once owned the wonderful gem kn--
ruby. This fanatical potetate has been eng
---effort to trace this jewel and has ascer
tained- that it is now in the possession
Livermore of Ellenville, Conn., U. S. A
an immense reward to bring It back.
and--- s within the compass of human abil.
Ity- no crimes or ieans to secure theih
I write hastily in order to warn you--may
not start for several weeks or months- the
steamer which carries this letter. Be-
may lose the rajah's ruby, and probably your
assuredly be the case if it is necessary
them to accomplish their purpose. Very
respect-- How-
Both Manson and Simpson were skilled
in cipher writing and in the study of
cryptograms. It was no difficult matter
where so much was already told, for
them to fill in the blanks caused by the
loss of part of the letter.
They did it in this wise, and though it
is not supposed that they were literally
correct, there was little doubt that they
were substantmlIly so:
CALCOITrA, June -.
Two natives, Wickman and Lu- will
heave Calcutta some time during the present
month by steamer for England, whence they
will sail for the United States, their ultimate
destination being the town of Ellenville, in the
state of Connecticut. They are both desper-
re villains, who took part in the sepoy mutiny.
and, have good reason to believe, are members
of the organization of assassins known under
the name of Thugs, and which was suppressed
in England many years ago.
They have been sent by the rajah of ---,
whose ancte-stors once owned thie wonderful
gem known as rajat's ruby. This fanatical
potentate has l'ren engaged for years ih the ef-
fort to trace tlhi jewel and has ascertained at
lastthat it i. n ,wv in' the possession of Miss*
Antoinette l.iviermore of Ellenville.('onn., U. .-.
A. They have been offered an immense reward
to bring it back, and they will do so if it is
within the compass of human ability. They
will hesitate at no crmne or means to secure
their purpose.
1 write hastily in order to warn you of your
danger. They may nuo start for several weeks
or months, and they may !eave by .lie steamer

Which carried this leti r. Be on your guard, or
you may lose the rajah's ruby, and probably
your life, as will assuredly be the case if it ii
necessary In order for them toaccomplish tleir
purpose. Very respectfully.
"That letter establishes the fact that
two men have been sent from the othe7
side of the world," said Simpson, "for
the rajah's ruby, and it looks very much
as if they had secured it and are work-
ing their way back home with the gem."
"Then do you consider the doctor elim-
inated from the urablem?'

1'By n6 uitarni. tloug! ii i' ns seem
unjustifiable to submit LLLI t, s'uLpid. iu.
I can't help believing, however, that be
knows mnnch more about that ruby than
be is willing to admit."
*Thoi miolt natural suspicion is that he
has beeu paid a big sum to helping itsab-
straction from Miss Livermore's safe."
'It is easy to see that he possessed her
fullest confidence." said Sitpson, who.
ow that he was thinking deeply, laid
aside his jollity of manner, though he lit
another fragrant cigar and nursed the
fool of the liimb resting a, russ his knec
'Tioae two imijcreants must h.Lve donor
as tue writer of that letter intimated-.
left on the same steamer with the mis,
siv. so that they appeared in EUenville
about the same time.- Upon recivTin .
the aJ4 -.-s g q".-" r:v- 'erino-. had
,-"8) ~Its tearinhu

to the

auE pion aga n ast
this burglary and. as it proved, her own
'It is that feature of the business,"
continued Yimpson, "which causes grave
suspicion against him Surely he would
not have neglected that simple precan-,
Lion unless be had some sinister reason
for doing so. 1 tell you. M::x, whiiayou,
follow up those sepoys I shall cultivate
the doctor."
'Have you any hope of finding the
ruby in his possession?"
Folsom Simpson looked toward the
ceiling for a few minutes, while hefilled
the room with the mellow perfume from
bs cigar. He was pondering some strange
question of which his companion could
form no conception. He certainly saw i
complication which did not present itself
to his astute friend.
"I don't know how to answer you..
Max. The natural belief, with the little
light we have gathered, is.that Dr. Maid-
hoff was bribed to help those fellows to
get the ruby and that they are making
off with it. Probably that is thefact, and
yet I can't believe it."
It is impossible to depict the earnest-,
ness with which Simpson uttered this
declaration He said:
'1 see dimly a darker mystery in Phe
background. If I do not explain myse;f,
it is not because I do not intend to work
j.eart and hand with you in clearing up
this tragic problem. The success of one.
so far as we are'concerned, means the
success of both."

Wrestling With a Razor-Back,
"No, I have- not been toying. with
.a buzz-saw nmot shakitu halts. with
'eclonie." said SamruertHeatbhrby, as
U1j4e prloi i,- T roloerl i-,tun
,la,' answering a TVobe-Democrat
man's query. "I have been having
a little matinee with a razor-back
hog. "I've bought a home at Dal-
las, Texas, and have taken great
i'ains to fix my lawn au fit. You
can see down in that country people
petty near live out o' doors, and the'
flowers that bloo.n only in the spring
up here shed their sweetness all the
year around. The other day I dis-
covered that one of those long, lank,
razor-back hogs that can ont-rnii an
ostrich and root a hole through a
bank vault, had got in and started
to tunnel down to China. I went
out and made a lew important re-
marks to him, but he didn't mind-
kept right on with the artisian well.
Then I broke a $4 garden rake across
his spinal vertebrae, and the circus '
commenced. I would get him with-
in three feet of the open gate when'
when be would turn, run over me
and begin a new extraction before I
could get my feet out of the air.
I then called a polceman, but he ih&i
between the copper's legs, threw him
a double somersault and broke his
collar bone. The miserable tool of
an effete admistration is now suitin
me for damages. I was just abound
to turn in a fire alarm and ask the
department to put the porker out,
when an old negro stuck his
over the fence and offered to
him for two bits. I closed withh'.'
at once, sat 40r nil.d myself and
watched proceedings.. He went up
to the hog and remarked: "You
stay right w'ar you is. "D'ye lyar!
Don't ebber lemme catch you out
o'dis yer lot." The hog looked at him
and moved toward the gate. The'
negro tried to head him off, but he
uttered a loud "woof" and went
down -the street like Old Nick beating
tanbark. Don't tell me that man
has descended fiom .the mokey! He
has Rimply shed his bri.tl's, that is"

It is said the Amazons in Dahomoy
have petitionedl their king for decol-
lete armor.

A one-armed man
N. H., is said to

Chain and ca
antedate the chriRtain

The New Anio acquedact
was sixty-three miles long.



-- .r wI-a . ru S.. k~C~~C *.-' w

NOTr.-It must he remembered that the
wind is not a w'rolly reliable miotive pow-
er and if the sailors sometimes find it im-
possible to make schedule time it must be
charged to the elements; they do the best
they can.


Leaves Mobile every Monday; arriv-
ing at Pensacola Tuesday; St. An-
drews Wedneblay; Apalachicola
Thursday,going south.
Leaves Apalachicola every Friday; St.
Andrews Saturday; Pensacola Sun-
day, going north ,
Agto, S

Makes regular trips between Pittsburg on
East Bay and Pensacola; will make reg-
*ilar landings at Cromanton and Har-
rison and atany other point when re-
quested beforehand to do so. Passen-
gers and freight transported -at reason-
able rates and satisfaction guaranteed.
Orders left at the residence of the cap-
tian St. Andrews will receive prompt
and careful attention.
JoHN T. PITTS, Proprietor.



Carries the East Bay Mail; leaves St. An-
drews Monday, Wed- add ry al Fridai
morniings, arimiig :af \'retOiplo flithe
evening. L 'a a. W t;it r ap.i a];eriiite
mornings arriving at Sr. Andreas in l l.
evening. PIasecigers aend 'reiglit trans-
ported nt reasonable rates.
CArT. D.\vi, V' r:IERILL.

Carries the Eust BaI Mail: lees SI. A.n-
drew,, Tueslda Th'lir'di a nl ..,lur..lt
morn'ii 'gs, arii iiig lat \Vet.i|i.n .<:iiiif
eveniiing.f .Leat' \v r.,ip ;. a 1,1:.
mornings, aarriing alt S A ii h'.! ini
the ev(-iinig. Pl'a sellie..- .. i' i hlt
tranispori'td at leaisI.lnal.le ,. .-
The Cleipnatra caine i': S'"-il': v
frotl a u-lCe(f'.-t i thi liiin.g : n~~ 1 1 Ilihe
w water ahl.c.ut St. .l,-1 lthi. i',,. .- 1 :it-
ed nil aitllhclr criili.c ?. a,. .'
S r i l out Sa'n l:1v .it il

one or t wIoJAse(fiir;.

Tie Nettie returned from i'eui.ia-
cola Fri.tay morning.
'I'lie Jessie P.. reached St. An-
dreies Friday evening, having been
detaiiire several lays at East Pass
on account of adverse winds. She
lft again y'eerda'y.

NIO OTHER Sarsaparilla has ef-
O fected such remarkable cures as
HOOD'S Sarsaparilla, of Scrofula,
Salt Rheum, and other blood diseases.
Deputy :leriff Killed.
l',ipe r;i'ay a deputy ,,llriift' of
Jackson ciaulv: \wHa shliot while at-
temptinig to aricst an illicit distiller,
named Feignsion, a few days ago and
died within an hour. Feiguson iwas
also reported wounded, but how seri-
ously, no one knows.

A Week's Weather.
The following table shows what the
temperature at St. Andrews has been
during the past week, from observations
taken at the Btrnv office each morning
and noon:

Thursday Apr.
Firday, "'
Saturday, "
Sunday, '
Tuesday, "
Wedneid'yl. '

20........ 58
21 ....... 59
22....... 61
23 ....... 64
24 ....... 62
25. ....... fi4
26; ...... | 74



hl : blir-,ke t' ride ,;:
Orivr '; or
Good bize; broke f,-r p,;if o1r road
work. Apply to,
WAM GLOVER, at Iarrison.

Express ann rayale

Succeussor to John Lutz will attend
promptly to hauling freights, household
g ods, or any and all work entrusted t.)
him B:.:Lgagc delivered to iliy pi;t o town it ra-n .n;i'ile rates. Rceideuce cli
Lornine naInuic.

N-U0 T C F
11ii'i I 'ull le i ;ailii t t iln k i x
ers fri thi, bi ,,rel. attain.iage,
tll' I, ) hI ..h :l i i x iti

ana Reasonablo

v y at all t niine.
r Boots and Shoes,

s cure bives.


-See the large stock of fine shoes
at J. T. Pitts. P.ailrker. Fla.
-For curio.sty jewelry call at Riis-
sell's, on I. J. Hughes, the jeweler.
-Comnlnercial, legal, and plain or
printed btationerv at the Buoy office.
-WVilliams sells fine oysters at 15e
per quart, delivered. At Ware's wharf.
-There is no economy in buying
cheap spectacle; the best are the cheap-
-The BvoY and the Florida Ag-
riculturist one year, $2.50; clubs of five,
$2.25 each.
-You can get three pounds of the
very best fresh bird seed for 255 at the
Pioneer Drug Store.
-Legal cap, commercial note
letter-head papers and envelopes, either
printed or plain at the BuoY office.
-The ladies are invited to -in-
spect the new stock of dress go'dds, prints,
cambrics, lawns etc., at John T Pitts.
S-The Pioneer Drug Store is the
place to. get your perfumeries. tooth-
brushes, nail brushes, diamond dyes, etc
-Every person indebted to Dr. J.
J. Kester will please call-and settle their
,lJfgre the 16th of May,

-If your watch dr clock is dead
or crazy, do not have it monke'ed with,
but take it to Hughes, the reliable
-Go to Wells's tore for cheap
millinery, notions, groceries and candies.
New supplies received nearly every trip of
the schooner:
-Those new pansy tablets at the
Buoy office are not "daisies," but they are
just the nicest pansies you ever saw-
Only 10c each.
-Seed cow peas at $1.25 per bu.;
also seed rice at 1.50, and sauer kraut at
forty cts. per gallon at J. T. Pitts' store,
Parker, on East Fay.
--'lThe ,loida Farmer and Fruit
Grower will be sent to any paid up sub-
scriber in club with the Bruo for $1.25; tlhe
two papers to negyubscribers for 2.50.
-A Lyons' stereotypi':g outfit has
been added to the BuoY'J equipment,
which materially increases its advantages
fer conducting the mechanical business of
the office;
S-If your eyesight is tiefective, call
;>t the B, 0 i ll icc sand lt titled itlh a
pair of the clelerated perli-cted crystal
len.,es, niianufa' tired only by Kt-llani A
M ,Ire V A:I itI, Gi;a.
SI.llr oirre ,pondlent. wMill please
li.r il 1.;1. I tlihat their l':avn i miu t ILe
n1:1;11 11 ,':a ,: -, 'l'i.aighl rei i ch us tn t l Iat
thli: All.'i i: y veninig othel wi.-v tihe
cnnll lot ai- air in hlie ciiient iis.ue.
-\V. 1i Paiker the l',arker real
i** l l r iill t.ike plca.i-nric inu hI -
ii in, .;, ,a 44i iiinid, 11o iilaitt liellt er ini
L',i:L-ei ,ir i' -aul.Ire, aiid whel n it eon'i -
.. a.,

t.."*e:,!rl'Tidilh el il than Li e.
P. tr.'n's ciinniii,!>i'qlin is re-
sl ectfu!'.l declined, for the icason that
we do ir"t *,ire to t i ure an institution
whose increasing unpopularity, is too ap-
pareit to require attention at the hands
of the Buor or its correspondicnts.
-Mrs. Capt. Schellengi'r got tired
of waiting for the delayed captain and
concluded to have a little amusement on
her own account.; so last Thursday even-
iihg several invited friends assembled at
the house and enjoyed themselves pulling
tafty, dancing and kindred social amuse-
ments. Rod Wilcox furnished the music
and the whole affair was as pleasant as all
those for which the Schellenger home is
-As the BuoY stated a week of two
ago, N W Pitts is about to open up a large
stock of general merchandise in the store
at Pittsburg, on East Bay formerly occu-
pied by N W Pitts& on. Mr Pilts left
Sutiday on the Nettie for Pensacola where
he will lay in hib first invoice of goods,
which will embrace such goods as are in
demand by the farmers, fishermen, and in
fact by evervonie in the vicinity of St An-
drews Bay. He has made notable im-
provements in the store and surroundings,
making everything attractive aiid conve-
nient tor his patrons, and th-"' lie will ve-
ceive his due proportion of the business of
the Bay goes without saying. As soon as
the stock is .opened display ad in the
Boor will keep the fact prominently be-
fore the people.
-Bert Ware gave a social dance
a ,ie attendance showed that no one in St.
:ndrewishas more friends than Bert, and
i.e deserves them; for when he gives a par-
ty there is no half-way hospitality inci-
dent to the occasion. John R Thompson
was assisted by Rod Wifcox at the violin
inud Chas Danford directed the movements
,of the dancers.
-A. J. Trisket came pretty near
meeting with quite a serious accident last
Saturday. While hauling lumber from
thie Salisbury mill, the hind wheel of his
wagon, in turning a corner came in con-
tact with an obstruction, at which the
horse gave a jump, breaking the reach in-
lo three pieces and scattering lumber and
driver promiscuously on the ground. Mr
Trisket gathered himself in time to avert
a runaway," and although considerably
shakenn up suffered no serious personal
iij u ry.
-Almost everybody who has be-
cmln interested in St. Andrews would
like to possess a map of the town an- con-
rigous country. To all such we would say
that for one dollar sent to us we can fur-
nish them an excellent large map of the
town with the lots a. d public places cor-
rectly located. Besides this city map. we
have also a sectional map embracing not
only the town proper ibut all the land
disposed of by the Ciikinaiiili Company,
and while lots and lil .icks are not shown
it is au easy mnatt.r to get their location
by the use of this map See aidverlisc-
u lL-~r 'laeia heu'


Do You Want


-Prices on all goods below comp-
etition at Pitts'.
-No person interested in West
Florida can afford to be withoutthe Buoy.
-A Pedestrian's "Walk from
St Andrews Bay to Chipley," after having
been put in type was unavoidably crowded
-The arrival of two .Mormon
preachers in St Andrews has to that ex-
tent increased the opportunities for,reli-
gious conversion here.
-Mrs. Harrison has furnished us
with a report of the collections and ex-
penditures incident to the finishing off of
the Methodist church. So much copy pre-
ceded it that it must necessarily lay over
until another issue.
-Prof. J. C. Lipes has been em-
ployed by the publishing house of H J
Smith & Co, of Chicago and Philadelphia,
as a general traveling agent. He will re-
ceive a good salary for his services and
commence work at once. The readers of
the Buoy will be favored by an occasional
article from his pen.

O OTHER Sarsaparilla com-
bines economy and strength like
HOOD'S. It is the only one of
which cn truly be said 1oo Doses z."
Parker Pencilings.
Correspondence of the BUOY. "
Capt. Hand and W. Brackin made
a short call at this burg on Wednes-
day night.
.Mrs. Larrainore was visiting for
several days last week at Martin
The Jessie P., landed at Parker on
Saturday with a lot of freight for J.
T., Pitts, meanwhile Capt. Schellen-
ger went on thle mail boat to St. An-
drews for a thort visit with hit, fam-
A. J. Gay, our popular tax asspss-
or called at Parker on Monday of this
week on the last round for this year.
The Jessie P., brought lumber
from the Salisbury mill, on Monday
and Tuesday for J. T. Pitt's new
house on Parker Point, which is to
be built now soon.
31r.s. Halifax r:cilntly bought lot
95, adjoing Mr. Portis' on the north;
W, Park st., and has had a part of it
pceild in; renad, f.ar their little cot-
tage to1 L. bull :t at ,ce.
P'rof. 1Vears while e an artist by

La alion?

IF 8 ,

Secure one or More Good Residence or Business

Or a Five-Acre Frait Traci

Being a PRACTICAL SURVEYOR, I am prepared to furnish


On the Shortest Possible Notice.

------~i (-hi-4 'li ~i.'nl'lPro1mpt, 'eiV-..nal Attention.


fl arEerr,
Real state eaier.
Parker, Fia.

;~~IPL~U CI II\Z-- -
AGENTS We want one it every EALERS
Stown'to handle the

A Scientific Machine male on a Scientific P inciple
S ave their cost a dozen times a year. It is not niussy or
sloppy. A child can operate it. Sells at sight. Send
for prices and discounts.
.9) Murray St., New York.
Makes Ice Cream in 30 Seconds.
w-ic~"~a~ H h~- .--- c---~l ~_I~.lU-~I~~llYL-P --.............


The Edna
p e


l JrofeCion. is certainly an artist at i ca
raiesini file Y vegetables. On Saturdan a i af
[e brocinght a bwilt load to the torei; sit
ie hO liRest ru a agaa, turnipsi, t tn- u set

to make H e'-, lcaril iejice, alnii no lol
,I gr dM,. u t 1tie ipr .. i litic. of o ur ind
la ,7.a ,.il. r ,A l'ast: 1 .. -, ,i g tA a p,

l e"ig-is eoin iue asssso G--

The 5I. E..iunidlav .eh,,a ,I ,il L,. Pe I.
reorganized next Su:iday at 10 ;. I., Pl.,'master ai Ms. nWiaelogel,
by John Johnson who is appointed and Dr. and Ma Ls V. J. Pattison of
superintendent. Chhipley drovi e ito town Thursday
The Young Peop)le's C:hrist ii En- and left for hbtie again M.nlnday
deavor Society will meet at thie M. morning. WVe o v e their word for it
1!., church on Sunday at 2 p. i. that the party enijceal themselves to
Rev. C. H. Newell Pr.sihdin fg Eider the fullest extent and feasted on oys-
will preach here in St. Andrews, terms to their hearts content.
on Saturday. May 6, at 7 p. ni. an CGeo. A Harris of Pensacola came
Sunday May, 7 at 11, a. in. And at over onn tha Jetsie P.,~and for several
Croinanton at 7 p. m,, on Sunday days on:. ( tienls enjovet d the novelty
Mala, 7. \V. M3. COoMax, Pastor. of li.teing to a phonograph, of which
lh is the proprietor.
Tax assessor Gay is in toni taking re-
turns for taxation, this being his last
Sheriff Allen was in towti Tuesday on
official business.
Owing to the accumunntion of
business incident to the e(hltr'cs ab-
sence fCc:,m tw,,n for several, days,
notice of the de iartulre of Mr. and
lrs. J. WV. Cluilip for their sum mer
home in ,iinnesota was un intention-
aly omitted last week. The pal ty
sailing over on :te Jessie P., wonld
have been incomplete without their
genial presence, and their many
Mr. George Smith friends will pleasantly anticipate
Uvalde, Texas.
Uvalde, T s. their early return in the fall to their
gSHAKESPE S b ARuE Ihomestead on East Bay. i
SHAKESP EARE Dr. Fuller the railroad celebrity,
What Mr. Smith Thinks He Capt. Rheam,' ald J. E. Cailey of
woulH Aave .
Would a o Chipley, drove into town Sunday and
said About Hood's Sarsaparilla started bai,k MoPday. W ether any
"Had Shakespeare lived here and suffered as railroad significaiice attaches to their
I have, I think he would have said, Throw
away all medicine except HIood's Sarsapa- vtsit thie BuoY saeth not
rilla. As an Enai-iman, i coming to this
climate, I haver felt neat vcry much. In
tioe spring In fd etas if I ihad t:l 1 4he care and
anxiety of America on my ni d. I got oneTHE
b:ttlof of blood's Sariaparilla and after I hadTHE
taken it I felt as if I could undertake -* r
The :iln's uties. Ward Carriage Co.
Last month I had a return of prickly heat; it I
seemed imp3s3iblo to stand ui; or lil dowit Wholesale Manufacturers.
without;r.:lo;t tor:"i myn= f to pieces. I
then got on11 nort I,, oi ai it ihs not only ,ESTABLISHED 1836.
cured the heat but I :';eicive it put my blood
So ni Sar a-n c
HoodAGpar:1a ures
in good coneiloon. I acviso all to take
Hood's Sarsazparilla in Il:o spring andlfall."
RGOnR ESrr. 'l, Uyal'.e, Texas.
Hood'3 Pmi! cure Nauses., Sick Headache,
indigestion, Biliousness. Sold by all druggists.


Road Wagons, &c.
Only skilled workmen employed.
We use the finest materials.
Address a letter or postal card to Send for Catalogue and Price List.
JOHN WEDDERBURN,- ManagingAttorney, Every Job Guaranteed.
SOLDIERS, WIDOWS, The Ward Carriage Co.
Also, for Soldiers and Sailors disabled in the line of
duty in thereg.ular Armyor Nav incethe war. N EWA R K, O H I0.
Survivors of the Indian wars of 183 2 to 1842,and i
thner wdowa s. no entitled. Old and rejected claims

a specialty. Thousands entitled to higher rates.
Send for new laws. No charge for advice, No tee

i Piano & Organ Co., Monroeville, Ohio, U.S.A.
High Grade Instruments only. Piano cased organs
specialty. The accompanying cut represents our
This beautiful pian:,. model is certainly ihe acme of
rfeclloi an d stands pre-eninent aboije all competi-
-s without a known peer in thli world.
Beautiful in design, unequaltl inI .quality of toneand
ish, andl unsurpassed in11 l'Jlrya of construction.
ll piano Bszi and proportion, iiauo flnii'h, piano
dal, continuous hinge :on 1'lik.t:Bard, riano music
ck, piano frets of the latest ,Jr igln of triacings, hand
r-ed piano truises, trc., ail unlike all other piano
sed orgaus (on the iiarkrt, has the mout perfeectstop-
tion. Tile 1:.-k-bo:ard is made in two sections, the
st section f.:.ling back and laying in the second
-(lion, in wlich poitio:.n the iiutrument presents a
no appearance. By a second motion the second
:tion issli'htly rakied, anl swinging tack under the
per front brimns the stop-acti.,n into prominence.
e have also many beautiful and artistic designs in
gh tc-p styles that are un-urpagled by any nianufac-
rer in the world. Correspondence solicited. Cata-
rues mailed on application. Address all corre-
rndence direct to the manufacturers Special
dui'rnient, offered I. ajl foireiin trade. Sample
s:rina-rants -lit on approval. and guaranteed to
t. the highest standard. All instrumentswarrante
Ssix y.ars.

'iThe re gular quiarte-rlly ee:ii f.
the St. Andrews Bay Hortii iltl .ih
andl iilnprovetlent Asssciation wi\i be
held at the house ofVWmn. Glover,
iCnear tie asRociation grounds, at 12
o'clock m., on Friday, Apriil 28.
2Jlenbers are expected -mid all iiater-
ested in tIh development of the, St.
Andrews Bay country ire iu vitcd to
lbe ]r.;icitt promptly at tle hour

Gilt Edg'e Bargains in Real Estate.
160 a:crc.i e ciol,, land, directly east of
Long Poiint on East Bay; half mile bay
fsontage; .good, 4-roomn frame-house with
2-roomn alnex; out-buildings, sheds, etc:
good drive-well; 5 or (i acfes fenced with
good pickct fence, besides cow, hen and
hog' lots;; alout 100 fruit trees and vines
just ready to bear, Price $1 'i,, ot: will be
rented until sold.
Five or more acres good fruit land on
East Peninsula to exchange for a lathe.
73 acres or more on WVatson Bayou,
splendid water fronts, numerous flowing
sdrings, fine location, story and a-half
house 14 x 22, five acres fenced with good
board fence. 18 hearing fruit trees; price
$1,000, partly on time if desired.
Five acres, all fenced, partly planted in
fruit; comfortable new house, etc., four
miles from St. Andrews on East Bay road;
price $400.
1 acre bay front west of Willett's mill;
165 feet bay frontage; partly grubbed;
price $150.
1,000 acres fine wild land on Laird's Mill
Bayou; price $1,25 per acre.
Titles to allthis property perfect. For
particulars address the Buoy.

s BSe s CUSHIONyS. Whispers heard. Com-
fortable. Successful whee nli Remedies AmL. Ills. book&
proofsfres. Ardress .. I.191,iSX, 858 Broadway,Newlork.
Indisuensable in
Every good Kitchen
As every good housewife knows,
the difference between appetiz-
ing, delicious cooking and the op-
posite kiihii-- -rgel-y i- -i kate-
sauces and palatable gravies.
Now these require a strong, del-
icately flavored stock, and the
best stock is

Liebig Company's

PARK i;':
l ,.,n~z a.' d bl ,, a e; 11. l',
/.% .,,.: .... _?sl ., C '.-
N;,^ Palls * Pa' ',': OF V

The Consum ptive an, Fet'"e and all who
e'far from exhasutir.g disasr i.rl, l ,I aeJarker's Ginigr.
Tonic. It cure the -vrot Cou.h, \eakl g Debility,. -
d;igusion, Female weakness. Ki.eunmtisro aad Pain. 50c. & L
I [ C! -'ERCo ','0 -r. ,. a., , e e-rforCo r:,s.
.,,'' n" '.u. lni.L. i .Ik. n" c-.v I ., at lr g;,Lueg .
.Ki? -j" R ,- ji-. ~. i .'--' ,.r.'a

ANID CR AF; can be kept ,por-
I'.. f' fe C's d sweet five to seven dli's
ni ..'e '. [iEi g ice. S: ,,-l, che.p,
uhi i ,g. ":Aii ; iC ; -. 'Vitc.
8 a 4 ',
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Parker Fla,





Fish, Fish Roe afu Oysters!

west Living Prices.

*5fSf "My Store is New aiad 1t.- ,.e*'vry ,.: ,i-,Iii-iae, for c,,iilneting' an
Extensive Trade. My I.\LAr;E 'S'T'iI'K wi .I1,e- added to fnin time to
time tf tle muands of lvm cUitti,,r .,llLg?._t. n .
I am P:oprietor of the 'CHOONER a wiT array
f eig'lit for East Br '.- Parties at It iii i rti, ,.

Goodl Team and Conveyance kept in readiness at all times to convey pwr ,
ties to Wewahitchka and other points.

Paker, Washington County, Fla..

PARTIES WHIO. 'Cld -ri.0'

Thoir.Afivapt2G to Got Frices DN !r, 0

o FF1- IE A T'A T T :E

XV l.h. l"i NI; li"~To


El. is- PW Ao

Pi oprietor.




AR 204P***
Nothing to Wear Out or get Out of Order.
The oftener used the easier it works. Ask your dealer for it or write us for prices,
SWe can suit ybur pocket-book.

At the Very


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I. T, UEGH.-3ES,


Carries the Largest Stock of
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry ad Spactasles
Ever Brought to St. Andrews, A\l,,.-
SILVEWARE. Shell and Aligator Teeth Jewelry a specialty.
Office at Geo. Russell's Store, St. Andrews, Fla.

Buy a Good Gash Register.

Used and endorsed by nearly 10,000 progressive Merchants.
It has the latest improved combination
It is the quickest register to operate.
It records tran,.aet.::,r. In the order made.
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Thursday, April 27, 1893.

Sugar, ltb Ten, T 1
Granulated .. 41 He N ..... 7
Coufee,A ... 6 Gunpowder.. 8(
Li btruii... 5 Uncol'd Jap.. 5(
"offlee, Cond milk, cari
Green.. *2 t.'n.' U Unsweetn'a. 10@1i
Browned .25(0 Sweetened .10@1.
Singer snaps... 10) Baking powder
k crackers, (odi. ~ 1. al. . .. 5.
tobacco plug 310atl CamplIell ..15a2.
.aisins Can.1ned fruit
London layers..15 Peacher ... 20a2
Valcucia..... 1 '2. Tomatoes ... 10al
lice. .......... 7 Appll-e .. 1
apples aPc rs ......... 1
Evaporated .12-.; Plums...s..... 2
Dried Peaches 8t Apricot......... 2
Noal Oil prgal I 8at, Strawihr~rires .. 2
;apoline . .20 Pilenepple . 2
lorida Syrup... 50 Canneil Meats
oney ....... 1.00 RoastBeef.. 15a2!
iinegar........ 40 Corned Beef 15a2
Cheese pr lb.... 16 Chipped Beef.. 2,
Butter.. ...... 30 Lol.Ater........ 2(
Lard ........ 8 Salmon ........ 2
Beans.......... 6 Canned Vegetables
Cocoanuttpkg... 1U Baked Beans... 24
Fiuit 'nddine .. IlI Crn .......... 1(
Jelly. glass. 15a05 Peas.......... H
Lini' .j ice . 1 ip) unp in ......
Eggs per loz. 15
Flour It k

Favorite. p 5.- n Bac n Sid .. ..
Corn Meal prbu 75 Fre-h ...... ..al
Oat Meal pr 5l ... .1' Br'kt .t Bacon .1
.ornper liu.......5 5 Han can\va.ssd 1-
?otatoes S houldcrs'..... 1
1.J.'20 B-:lef"
II Corned... ......
Fre Ish........8al(
Dried ........ 2:
pIilk pr qt..... 10
4 Ax,with handle.$1 .0t
SHoes, each... 35a5(
opper paint, can 5(
Istfed 'iAl, gal.. 80

U 4igbau ..... Sal(
al(I Fl..a l nDk.......2 5a5(
...... 9all Thr. l per spool. 5
... 5$ I)0 (.;~ho lhdies.$1a2 75
Extra pants p at l :25 rl Men' .. $140a30(
Hay pr cwt.. 1.35 Oats pr bu....... 6(
kBran. ....... 1.40 Brick pr M ...... 8.0(
pe Sisal ... 10@14 Lime pr bbl...... 7
doz.. 35 Pecans pr lb.... 2(
2 5 Walnuts. ....... 2 5
e ons........ 25 Almonds ........ 2E
3 tra nberri-s, qi 25
In shell prT,000C $1.Tr, OpIened pr qt .. 15(
Horses... $kal1l0 Cows.:....- 15a$12
MIules .. $1111a$15-5 Hogs........... $4
"xen;. pr yoke $5n Sheep........... $
'aickens each 15,,25 Geese each... 45a5t
T. rke .s.... 75al..111 Ducks........ 15a2(
SA 31 E.
Venison pr lb 7al0 Tui '.* ......7al.00
Presh Salt
Mullet pr doz 5c Mlullut pr bbi 5.00
Trot ..........., 25 Trout ........4.50
Pompano pr lb11. 6 Pompano.... 10.0()
Sturgeon.' .... 10 Mackeral .... .iiii
S Flnorinl Cel g.
H-eart, ,n .1(.nifl H[art, "' .a l 1 .0 .
Face .1.41 F- e, 14 'lm
Aim w . 1 2.10) Sal :1 1 2.1"1

Heart te 1 'u Slti I.. 1j jiv. I rill
* uff luambler .r*$ I L *I i f-2.n
Heart ;hai ngleP,,$:!.5(' 1.11111a. '1?' i.. 2fit)
Sap 1.50 Ih'. i 1 uiard
dressed...2. a3'l

good;per bbl. 4
** I., hbl. .
Cori per bu .
Meal per hu.,
Oats per In .
Chops, per bu.
Bran, percwt. 1
C. S. meal I
201 tl, sack ... 3
Gran., 16 fbs. 1
A.. 17 tbs.... I

Prices Current.
Coffee.. 5 .6 bs
55 Best lIo 14 t1t ..
40 Rice, 12t"- 01ts.
80 Beans, white 20.
Th Lard, per lb....
65 Bacon per lb...
75 Haas, cal ....
40 dl c:n\ iii: .>.. .
60 Butter, l esl .t .
Te.i, peir lb.....
00 Salt, per sack..
00 In bulk per bbl.
00 Mackerel ".

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About Some of the Promiuent
Business Houses in Pensa-
It was the good fortune of the
editor of the BuoY during a hasty
visit to Pensacola to make the ac-
quaintance of several of the most
successful business men of that city
and a brief description of their places
may not prove uninteresting.
Let us then pay our first visit to
the new hardware firm of V. A.
Moore & Co., Corner of Palafox and
Romana streets. We find ourselves in
a model store stocked with almost or
quite every thing one can think of in
the hardware line; the goods are-
tastefully and attractively arranged
and show the proprietors to be no
namateuis in the mercantile busi-
ness. In fact the firm is connected
with the Moore & Handley, hardware
Co., of Birmingham Ala., whose rep-
utation is world wide; and in such.-a-
school it is no wonder thlaMt-lre&Co,
of Pensacola ae-lamiliar with the
L nafi i inicildent to the closest
complietitiou and are prelpaed to meet
llthe succee.fully in Peinsacola, as
they have in Bill ainlighama and what-
ever business tactics may become
necessary, customers may rest assur-
ed that they will get what they pay
for; as goods are never misrepresent-
ed, nor an inferior article sold at the
price of a good one. This firm will
shortly send out representatives to
get acquainted with the people and
tell them more about their business
than can be told in an ordinary news-
paper article; and probably St. An-
drews will be visited, but whether it
is not, our merchants and others
should not fail to visit the house
when they are in Pensacola or to
write and get prices if in want of
hardware me chandise of any kind
Not far from this establishment on
the same side of Palafox street is the
extensive furniture house of Marston
& Fitton, and this is a business
house that will compare favorably with
those of much larger cities than Pen-,
sacola. Their large triple store at 40,
42 and 44 South Palafox st., is stock-
ed from floor to ceiling, with furni-
ture of every imaginable design and
with styles to suit the most meagre
purse or the bank account of the
millioniare. As there is no ,fuini-
ture store in St. Andrews it is of the
tI' ,a,,,.it i ,,n ,'-t.iiee that viittn .s cuin, -
IIgI by 'way of Pt iac.'',,la and intend-
iIIt to eca:,i\ their own qu;iatel es
I\\ 1iite ye. should visit this house
;i !in mrake sr!elti'in- of such furniture
is thdy may ha\e use for while they
retain at the Bay.
Another important establishment
in this immediate neighbor-hood is
the niarble and stone cutting factory
of B. A. Davis. Here can be found
in chiseled marble designs as unique
and suggestive as those of any other
establishment of its kind in the laud;
none but the best workmen are enm-
ployed, and the monument or stone
which leaves the works bears upon
its face a recommendation movie con-
vincing than mere words can convey.
Should your friends find a resting
place in the St. Andrews cemetery,
Mr. Davis can satisfactorily mark
their tomb, and will take special
pride in giving personal attention to
the preparation and shipment of
either, modestly plain, or the more
ornate designs required for this pur-

At No 30 East Garden street, and
plainly in sight from Palafox, is an
establishment the magnitude of which
was a surprise to the writer who had
often heard of the carriage and wagon
manufactory of J. M. Hilliard but
had no idea of the size of the works.
A visit to Mr. Hilliard's soon convin-
ces one that he makes "a mistake who
sends out of the state fur fine car-
riages, photons, road carts, or heavier
farm and freight wagons or drays,
andhsis prices withal are as moder-
ate as is co'Trtent with good work.
If any reader of iltm BUOY contem-
plates purchasing anythi-ig- --this
character, correspondence should first
be had with Mr. Hilliard.
Every reader of the BucY is famil-
ar with the House of Heinberg Bros.,
whose ad has been a feature of the
'BuoY almost from the start. and the
visitor to their house is made to feel at
hume and if purchases are made a
fair equivalent for the money spent
is assured.
Lewis Bear & Co., are also well-
known, to our readers through their
ad. Having one of the most exten-
sive houses in the city and having
almost every line of merchandise it
is not wonderful that the sales are
simply immense and their constantly
increasing business is good evidence
that the patrons are pleased with
the treatment received.
But the Visitor to Pensacola's firstJ

thought is a hotel or place where the
entertainment will be agreeable and
satisfactory. As you step from the
cars at the union depot and look
south, the first thing that greets the
vision is the Lewis House, under the
management of Mrs. W. F. Lewis. Of
course the writer directed his steps
thitherward, and of course his enter-
tainment corroborated the many fa=
vorable reports previously heard of the
house. The food provided is whole-
some, clean, nicely cooked and atten-
tively served; the beds are clean and
comfortable, and Mrs. L is ever
watchful for the comfort of her
Mrs. Loraine, who by the way is a
St. Andrews lady, keeps a modest
.boarding house on East Romana
street and here also a limited number
of transient guests my be accomo-
dated, and be sure of receiving hos-
pitable treatment and a good word
about St. Andrews.

Of Course You Read
The testimonials published in this paper
relating to Hood's. Sarsaparilla. They
show beyond a doubt that Hood's cures.
Constipation and all troubles with the
liver, are cured with Hood's Pills.


Of the County Superintendent
of Schools.
I herewith respectfully submit a re-
port in the educational work of
Washington county for tle fiscal
year 1891-'92; also a statement of
the work since October 1.
Table No. 1.
Whole No. schools............... 63
No. white schools ............... 54
No. colored schools............... 9
Total enrollment, both races...... 1,777
Average attendance, all colors. ... 10.34
No. white children enrolled....... 1,386
No. colored children enrolled...... 391
No. teachers in all the schools.... 64
Table No. 2.
Assessed valne of property. .$1,135,030 88
No. mills levied......... ......... 5
Amt of tax raised 1891-1892.... .$6,743 15
Amt from common school fund.. 369 05
Amt from state 1 mill tax...... 907 50
Value of school buildings and
grounds ................... 6,630 00
Value of school furniture in
schools ................. 780 00
Table No. 3.
No, white male pupils.......... 719
No. white female pupils........ 667
Salaries paid teachers........ 5,860 00
Salary of superintendent ...... 480 00
Amt paid school boards. ....... 151 20
Buildings and incidentals...... 567 89
STable No. 4.
No. ,rd male oupils............ 199
No. colored female pupils......... 192
.No. ,I,.lc'd teachers......... .... 9
No. jlite t:ah rs.. . .. .......... 55
Table No. 5.
Amt IIll-tax paid 1I90-'91.... 1,720 00
Amt fi es since last report ......203 00
Amt paid colored schools...... 720 00
.No. school houses built 1890-'91 4
*Table No. 6.
Total No. Youth between 6 and 21.. 2,521
Total No. males................ .. 1,313
T..tal No. females. ............... 1,208
Total No. white youth............ 1,946
Total No. colored youth.......... 575
Total No. who cannot read and wr'te 502
Total No. who cannot write....... 5o2
Total No. orphans..... .......... 50
Total No. half orpans. . . . . ... .4o5
Total No. blind ................... 2
Total No. deaf. .................... 5
Total No. females blind and deaf.. 2
Total No, males blind and deaf ... 5
Table No. 7.
Report on file from county treas-

Jan. 1.

Jan. 7.


Jan. 7.

Fel. l.
" 28.
Mar. 3

ure r.
Tot cash on hand Jan. 1,
1893...... ........... 698 27
To cash received of T. Y.
Watts, (Sheffield's fine).. 5 00
To cash received of D. J.
Jones (Miller's bond).. 66 00
To cash received of J. W.
Cravey................ 566 12
To do do 341 7o
cash of W. D. Bloxham 617 64
of J. W. Cravey... 675 45

Total ................. 2,970 18
By warrants paid teachers
since last report...... 2,981 31
Mar.21 To amt due to hal.. 11 63
Table No. 8.
Schools closed and paid for since Oct 1,
No 11, Chipley 7o dollars per month
4 months. ................ ..28o
15, Pt Washington, 1 month tau't 4o
55, So Bonifay, 4 m a 35 dollars.. 14o
1, Vernon. do 30 .. 12o
_6N.eHo Ind m a do .. 9o
37 New Honor 4 ido do .. 12o
38 Poplar Head do do ..13o
Bonnett Pond do do .. 12o
New Harmony, do do .. 12o
A continuation and the conclusion
of the report will be found in the
Buoy next week.


Wagon Maker.
Repairer of Plows
Ani all Kinds ofFarm Implements
Having established myself in the old
shop on Commerce street I .am pre-
pared to do all kinds of blacksmith,
wagon and repair work promptlyand
at reasonable prices. Bring your
blacksmith work to A. J. TRISKET,
Commerce st., St. Andrews, Fla.

Chipley NewsA
Correspondence of theBuo.
The railroad has turned jup again.
Mr. Faller and others wero here and
went to Tallahasse, cainw back and
went to St. Andrews by hack and
are expected to return next week.
Madam gossip says that the charter
gran:ed to Messrs. Howland & Co,
will expire this summer and 'Messrs.
Fuller & Co., will ask for a distinct
one for themselves. They say that
they have the nlony to build the
road, but don't want to pay away a
large sunt before they commence
work, for a privilege that has run
out and will he dead next June.
Two years ought to be time enough
to prove the intention of a company
to build and when after that time
has expired, there is not a mile of the
road graded, there should not be an
extension granted by the legislature.
The readers of the BuoY may like to
get an outline of the history of the
unfinished line from Chipley to St.
Andrews. The distance is about
fifty miles and duo .south; Chipley is
a rising town on the railroad from
Peniraculato River Junction, while
St. Andrews Iay is on the Gulfcoast
and has a harbor of some sixty miles
in extent and entered by only one
pass. Seven years ago Chipley was
very ~mall and St. Andrews town
smaller, having only a hotel and a
few houses; but it was well advertis-
ed by a company and the attention
of thousands was attracted to it.
The natural advanLtages of St. An-
drews was at Jnce recognized by all,
but the trouble was to get there;
there were two ways, a schooner from
Pensaeola. The writer had to pay
$25 to get his family there, by
schooner from Pensacola. The nec-
essity of a railroad from Chipley to
St. Aidrews was seen by Mr. New-
mon of Chicago and le determined to
build it. His mother was a rich
woman-some say rich enough to do
it, if she made up her mind; lie came
and got a survey, made, gavea con-
tract to grade aun bri-lge the road to
F. Visschler, who gave out sub-con-
tracts. A start was ina-le, fivehun-
di'ed men were set to work end about
half of the distance was cleared and
graded; twenty tlhatiuand dollars
worth "of work was i!oni an'l pay day
arrived. The day of coninlg wa.s
put off as long as it c.mill be, credit
was strained and at la4t the money
was to be depo-ited in the bank iat
PensacQoa; Ne'win n/went to Chicago,
to liriitithe cashlt l Vichler went
to Pensitcola to ge it.- Byron, the
poet, said "W'maaia'n, thy promises are
wrote on sand"-tha means, that
they change their mnild.N, and so did
Mrs. Nowmon; She would not pay
and then Newmon di,.i not pay and
so Visscher could not pay and it was
a sad day for the men. 7 This was a
bad start and the people have a very
natural horror of speculators since.
I can not say that Newmon got a
charter or any right of way; but one
thing I can pay, and that is, we want
no more fooling frouii men who can-
not.build a road and will encourage
those who can, for we want it. Men
homesteaded and bought land along
the proposed line and are living there
still and still hoping for'a railroad.
A few who have cows. think it may
hurt their cattle to have the wild
wood cultivated; but as sure as St.
Andrews is on the gulf coast and has
harbor accommodation for a thous-
and ships, with a belt of pich pine

one hundred miles long and fifty
miles wide at its back and the gulf
stream at its feet, lie is sure to have
a railroad. It is to be hoped that
while our legislators will protect us
from speculators, they will not put
unreasonable impediments before
those who are able and inclined to
build the road. MALCHAY.

Trusts and combinations are unpopular.
Bntthere is one form of trust against
which no one has any thing to say. This
is the trust the public reposes in Hood's
Sarsaparilla-because they know Hood's

Hood's Pills are purely vegetable.

The bit.ti Flour,
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chant on the BL;yv to compare their
brands of flour with the article he
keeps always in stock. He carries
the very best: let that be remembered

Indigestion and Stomach disorders, take
Alldealerskeep it,$1perbottle. Genuineham
trade-mark and crossed red lines on wrapper.

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A Practical Illustration.
Uncle Silas was the best posted man
on general topics in the village, and a
hunter of renown as well. He also had
a virago for a wife. Dear, dear, what a
temper that woman had! She was the
only thing on earth of which Uncle
Silas was afraid.
One day a class of school children
called on the old man. They were sent
by their teacher to get some facts in
natural history.
"We've come,"' said the spokesman of
the las, t a, to sk yon some questions,
TUncle Silas, about the habits and cus-'
toms of the wildcat."
Uncle Silas had been very glad to see
them, as the broad smile on his face
testified. But now he looked very much
"H-u-s-hl" he said, with ,a cautious
gesture; "who on arth sent ye here on
such a' errand?"
"Miss Knowles, our teacher," said the
class in concert.
"Waal, she oughter know better. "I
ain't never hed anythin to say about
them thar critters .sence-oh, Lordy,
thar she comes!"
And Uncle Silas lit out as a tall wom-
an armed with a broom lit in.
"Think ye'r smart, do ye?" she scream-
ed. "Wanter.know about wildcats,
hey? Got up a joke on the ole man, but
I'll teach ye to joke on face's. Take that
home for yer pains."
Whack, whack, went the broom, and
it did not fail in its aim, as two of the
boys who were the last to get out could
easily prove.-Detroit Free Press.

April 21st, 1893.
Notiic.is hereby given that the follow-
ing named settler has filed notice of his
intention to make final proof in support of
Ili-; ulim, ;nd that said pr',f' will be
-nladt '.-tfure W n(. l.i.tihi.tr. clerk ul' tlie
,circuit court at VerlonI, Fla Ln June
1I5, 1.!:;. viz:
1,' E.I A II N B. BROWY, of Econfin., Fnla
Hd 16,554, for the soutsncst quarter of the
southeast quarter of section 10 and the
east half of the northeast quarter of sec-
tion 15, township 1 s' range 13 w.
He nanies the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon and
cultivation of, said land: viz:
S. B. Ellis, J. W Brown, J. W. Gainer,
W. R. Gainer, all of Econlfina, Fla.
ALEX. LXYCH. Register.
March 18tih, 189)3.
Notice is herelbyv given that the follow
ing named settler has filed notice of his
inteiition to make filial proof in support
of his claim, and tli;t said otoof will be
made before H B. Gaskin, clerk of the
+circuit court, at BlountsltJovn, Fla, on
M'yv I ith, lS93, viz.
ELBERT BURK. o! Parker, Fla.,
Hd 16870 for lots 2, 3 and 4 of sec. 12. tp
5s, range 14w.
He names the following witnesses to
prove Ilis continuous r sidence upon and
cultivation of said land, viz:
TIhos Baker and J. R. jionc, cf Parker,
Fia, Thomars Winslett of Harrison, Fla.,
anld Win. Galiner of St Andrews Bay, Fla.
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D JANUARY. 9, 1898

W ^^ f ^ is Association is to Improve the Country adjacent to St.
0 Andrews Bay and to
Develop its Resources as a Fruit-frowing COuntry.
To accomplish this the Association proposes to Sell Lands in tracts of Two-
and-a-half and FiveAcres to such parties only as will improve them by the
Erection of Houses. Fences and such Permanent Improvements as will enhance the
value of each tract so disposed of, and particularly to
Plant them out in Trees, Plants and Vines,
To the end that in the shortest practicable time every such tract shall be a "
Source of Revenue to its Owner.
For a starting point the Association has a Fine Body of Land on Watson Bayou,
only about four miles from St. Andrews which will be sold in such tracks upon the
conditions named, and is negotiating for and will soon close contracts for other good
Fruit Lands in the vicinity of the Bay.
The tract on Watson Bayou has been so divided as to give each purchaser
With not less than Twelve Feet of Water, where any ordinary boat that
navigates the Bay can make Safe Landing.
The title to this land is unimpeachable and sales will be made on time to
suit purchasers.
Another and most important object of the Association is to improve lands,
not only for its purchasers, but for any person owning l:ind. ill thv B ty country at the
very lowest cost to its patrons consistent wtith good, w-?;aci'try wrk:. -
Purchaserh amiii -trons may or rmi.layL,-t becriniii' members of the Associa-
ion h -i .3i arL sndi paving a membership, fee of $10, and may
be paid in cash, land or abor by agreement to either effect and any individual may
take one or more memberships; but no person may cast more than one vote, and
while there is no provisi.ia to compel patrons to become members it would be prefer-
a'lle that they should do so, for in that event they would not only have a voice in its
deliberations,'but be entitled to their proposition of whatever profits may accrue.
It is proposed to buy lumber, building materials, nursery stock and fertil-
izers at wholesale prices, and give patrons the.benefits of all discounts so secured.
S Every season is proving that the St. Andrews Bay country possesses Hor-
ticultural advaiitage, equaled by but few of the most favored places on earth, and the
organizers of this Asociiatioi are showing their faith in this belief by individually
planliig and iinpr,\ in-, to the extent of their finances; but they are not.satisfied to
limit their laiors to the individual and hope to see the thousands of non resident lot
owners avail themselves of this opportunity to |1,t their possessions in shape to yield
them handsome retiuns for their investment, which will never be realized so long as
their lots and lniind remain unimproved.
The first question wlic;h will naturally be ake'l will be: "Is this Asso-
ciation reliable"Y And tlee answer to it is: Any person employing the Association
to make improvements may deposit an approximate payment of the estimated cost of
the samin nithi any responsible business mIan or firm doing business on the Bay or in
Bank at their onn h'ii'w to be paid over only when the Association shall satisfacto-
rily show that the improvements have been made according to agreement.
The Association will not only improve and plant, but watch and care for
all property entrusted to its keeping, guarding against forest fires, dishonest pilferers
Sor dam iges from any cause possible to be prevented.
This Association haq no offices in any of the great Northern cities, which
patrons must lpay fir keeping up; but its members, up to the present time are all
farmers and lrli/.;zn liviing within a radius of twenty miles, of which St.*Andrews
may Ie called the centitr: this it will be seen at a glahimi that each and every one
must ol a neceszitv Ii,' interested in the development of the Bay country.
From a careful e-tiin:ate of the probable expense and income of a fruit
plantation in the St. Andr'eas Baycountry a few figures are given:
Price ol lianaIper acre, say $. to *5.ii; cost of clearing, say $20; -ost ofp.lainli,,: 1st
year, say .$:)!; cost ofcultivation each year thereafter, $20
It is n it extravagant: to- Pti;lm i that a 1-acre vineyard will on the third
year, if piropirly cillivated, ; '. wcrlh of fruit, and of peaches nearly or quite
the sama, while fis .hlicld iL .. I .,:tter than that. Then, though perhaps a little
longer, some of' tIiem, in comin ;' '' -iofitablle hearing may be named pears, apricots,
neclarine', plumni- pruies. inmi' .. olives, Japan persimmons almonds English
walnut!, Js ap.,. chll [ti ft, pr .,..;iid .,many other varieties of fruits and nuts. which
are anim ;.F c'ri r-iir tf'' ii i- I i ',:; wh.iie oranges and citrus fruits, though not con-
sideredi .-crlainii illI ir'- rer ..... '' than they miss.
DI)ri1ig Iie ti:s \'arst I'in;t iants l nany Le planted in peas, sweet potait -.,
cassaia, ir "ioill' iitlh.'r crop. wI : -1. ' only benefit thi la.i but probably return
m ore I li i ii'iug l t.i .p y I'.'1 tlh.1 ' ..i the -i' ,'i an id ; i e 11 ,,ii i .. h -.. wn prop-
erty on St. Andrre s fayv\ a ill s. .... i ... i lili it thl, 2. n ,.'r ,i..Il t, take ad-
vantage oi these p. Ilhilii: is.
lie t rc l y t et t li t e. i ti-n will gi,-' i a4'1, nini att i t' ion to an-
swering letter iti iinqui'.y, .tad ihll? Bl r t mill in its n .- i I *1 c.irr.-p.'-' iil .I.. aln-
s* er all ,lu, ,ti.in .i. ',d it. .
R E M E MI B E R the A.-.s,-ciation Lnnds ,ill be ,d'-i on Easy
Terms of Pa iyin nt:; buti iinil,,enc-L nts. inl t- a hi. l,:iii tinr as -;atirf ftir, proof is gi''n"i
that iithe '.ik Ul- p'-r li l:. CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED.
Aldiess r. E. IHOWARD, Sec.
Ha-riv.n. Fl-i.
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Gay Coun try.

VW o have n .i '1!rr;1''141'-.'i-. by
which we can ftiiri.ish this fine MAP
covering albut eiighitt'en miles square
of territory, inilhiilin. the Cincinnati
Company's Trat, also Harrison,
Parker, Crmiantom, and aijac:ent
country, for
By the aid of this map the location of
lands purcha-ed of the Cincinnati
Company can be easily acertaineld,
or, parties may send us $1 and their
description and we will locate their
-lots and return the Map 1,y mail.
Address ri.E Buov,
St. Andrews, Fla.

Of "-i ir L At rI m,
OU lu, C' LI 0 AUiLi U, i.',
Gote i up with great care by l.he
publisher, wxi'- has s ;.irel no pn.i:
to pr-pare i I r i t' i.,!l.'i-* a in .ip o:
St. Anldrrew- :;. i; r.a:l'v. i.. It ,h
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foint, taking ill ti 1.1 *'llI e '
St. A nli '.v :1i ,_dei ..
public beii.uiN s ,iaiiet i. ta .. .
dences, il k.-' ei.' ., .il-_ i a '.' ry lot i .
each block al iw,' alj.,iirniil ai ddi-
tion ti thie ('inci in ati (.',i mpany's
aIndi with a 'Ill description of the
T ie.' '.lIi will shiw owners of lots
in the city jult where they are lo-
cated, a 1 is f x alue to t h.iie thinl;-
ing of 'ju j it-.: ;' ., '..'ri. .
Size or ..1i, :~.'.:59 !, s-'): e .
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Tie Weight of Tlihe Rope.
Tlio e gieatl sc niiii t Aga' .-iz wi.-
\.lint tou el-ite. \\ith telling ell'ct. a
thrilling exiel ience' i f ii- ,,il- while

the Alps. Hle ,Ief-ilel t- mutily tlihe
inteliior of a glacier, a lnd I'r this 1011i-
po,.- e e hal his cu allllall il. 1l'\er
hiMn into a fi-..ture of uinknowu n i leptl,
where hlie int an hour or m,',r e.\x-
ami1ning thite .mlatificati-l of thle ice,
and other phenomena. Having stay-
ed as long as he thought advisable,
he signaled to be drawn up again.
But when his companions heav-
ed upon the rope they were dis-
mayed to find that their united
strength was not equal to
the task. Before lowering Mr. Ag-
assiz they had duly estimated his
weight and their own strength, but
they had omitted to take into ac-
count the weight of the rope, of
which several hundred feet had been
paid out, and all too late they
discovered that they could not
draw. up the scientist and also the
rope. He was therefore compelled


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l'ile ';.i-,-,i t i i 'l4 ,, i ,i;l' U. u In, ii it
i- I.as.n0 ]:, le t,, .Mt p -.,-e thit ,i *.-' :,
1na VItV p ,-cple ar'e lou );!! Il.1 )I I i t.
A.\ll 'it w.s ;:N i plaie Id f i inter res". t,
aIin. a len uord-. al.ii-,t thb routeS
over whicii tlhe place niiav bee riaclihc
nill be luind serviceable to lliuM.?
\ isli iig It: visit us \\ l hi ave never
m11aie the trip. (01 the vat ius routes
llucre is little if an' (liflerence in tlhe
matter of expense. Coming via Mo-
bile or Pensacola and the Gulf, the
steamer Gulf City and th, schoon-
er Jessie P. make regular trips
trips, every possible attention is giv-
en to the coii;!')rt f p;~ -iges, and
witl favorallo winds the trip from
Pensacola is made in fr'in, twelve to
eighteen hours; or, take the P. & A.
railroad at Pensacola or wherever else
you may strike it, for Chipley; the
distance ifrui here to St. Andrews
overland with a very good road, is
fty-tvo Inils; a niewv livery firmly in
Chipley have put in service a line of
comfortable, new hacks with goomd
teams, the trip is iii 'l in one day,




to remain suspended in the heart of and the prices cliargedl will be as reas-
the glacier until additional help could unable as circumstances will warrant;
be obtained, and he be received from or, write ieforelhi:nid to Robt. Baker'
from his uncomfortable if not peri- of St. Andrews, whose advertisement
Ions plight. is to be found in the Buoy, making ai
There is something very sugges- date for him to meet you at Marianna,
tiveill this incident in connection Cottondale, or any convenient station
with the power of habit. There are on the P. & A.; or, coming from the
many people who flatter themselves north to 31.,intgomery, Ala., to Bain-
uponi tile ability to break off a b:id Ga., over the Alabama Midland rail-
habit who ail the time do not realize road and thence to Wewahitchka by
their sign::i failure to take into ac- steamboat or a chelpoer route is to
conut tie weight of the rope-i, e., come from Montgomery to Eufala,
the duration of habit. They may Ala over ::t M. & E. railroad and
estimate very accurately the partici- bVy ::ner"' to \\ewahichka, where
lar fascination that the pipe, the a ]l i l.,, :d to conveyyou
glass-whatever the thing is-exer, six1'., ;i.s to WVetappo; here con-
cises over them and their power to put "nee:' ', a:, mad nile with the East
it aside on any given occasion, but '-'.,, t. making daily
they have no6 clear conception of the tI'i ". p an" dow'i tihe Bay; an1
tremendous resistance offered hv the the passage fliom the head of the
mere force of the habit when thle'long lIy to St. Andrew's will be made
pull conles that is necessary for c )i- in a fe:' hliors, affording a dc'i:ht':.
plete dilverance. Bear in mind, then, li le over ,1('e of tho finest 1..inies of
please the weight of the rope, a:id 'viter' i ;> t .... ".. t; this
perhaps the Lost way of doing ; i't :" a" ta, ::n Te 'ft
never to let out any rope at a!! ifAt i. '7- : t::k 'g '. & t, m riverr .Jline-
to lower you to dangerous places. tion, thLnce to ( r A itchka
vr.} YV. tappn. i '.-, wv:iitohka
Willing to Be of Service. lrute be talker *,tes n he f-e"(
Judge Hutchinson was called nron to :'head vi.:itl .iart'..s t!ee fr ihacli
marry a young couple. Julius vo;ipe, to be in readiaies at aiy tiiie.
aged twenty-one, and Dora A a.;:Iti, a E'-- s '- ""~"" ....
young miss of nineteen. appearedd i' thie rnIx.:- ---^ _.'
county clerk's office and procur'_,l a li- '
cense. After securing the pIa?-' the O ,0 ". ', i'''
the young man was embarrass-~ ai nd .
did not know exactly what to do. The li v
couple walked through the buil.'in'; arm -'
in arm, and attracted the 1oi,,ri ..n ; a ._ a
lawyer with an eye open for business. -
'' at can I fcr,.. he 1, ..Mh e D'
"We want to get ....:id," r. ;::-..1
S"."youmn:.man E, /,- PA ,
The lawl\v r led t' .r :r;,- fO...
J .. le I urc:i, u, a .1 v.-it..n h, i / '
tion thee ju.L'e -t;rttilin to tie tl:o kot.
"Do you t;nke this woman"-- I A
"Yes sir," broke in the young mrn- n.'
"Don't be in a hurry," said the j o TYPHOID AND YELLOW FEVER
"Jr~t v-'.it until I get through wi :l the V. ANo OTHER CONT.AGIO. U ND i NFEcTIOoU
quc ntion ." ---- -- i ---oD t,= ..
Wope0 was then asked if be, ..! i A Powerful Disinfectant and deodoriz-
take Dora fcr better or for v,-c-..c and ing agent, the most vehalble discovery
forever amd forever, etc., and he said he "known to medical science. It destroys
would. Dora made the same promises, r any offensive odor completely in a few
and the ereony was over with. o as well as the cause of theodor,
te ereony ws or I .:r, preventing and arresting the
"I hope you people will never want a spreading of rll contacions diseases.
divorce," spoke up the lawyer as the Vcb.,hed-for by the highest Sanitary
parties were leaving, "but if you do, Authorities.
why here is my card."-Chicago Times. rhAUF.lCTURED By THE
Fuel on Large Ocean Steamers. C HMICiL C0,
Ocean steamers consume much more
fuel than the average person is aware of. 50 5'l .S! ,l., IlIai8pol!S,lI1.
Take, for an instance, the vessels of the _r-. ___. .3XS
Orient line, which make regular trips
between Australia and Great Britain. F"P- 4E`7 3.TED0
The fastest steamer of that line is the ' -,. G i
Austral, which makes the voyage from t L" '
London to Sydney in thirty-five days. *C, ...-..
During the "trip out" she never uses ...-..-'- -
less than 3,650 tons of coal, and on the '. .
return voyage often as much as 4,000 ..;, ..
tons. She has three coaling stations, -
and bunkers that will old 2,750 tons
without overcrowding. English-Amer- T'--t
ican "liners" like the Orenon consume .''-
330 tons of coal per day ifr every day 'f'" "
between Liverpool and New York. 7: .-.-t
The Sterling Castle went to China for
load of tea. She brought back a cargo r -i3> & ; 1 LYP'f
of 2,200 tons of that staple Chinese com-
modity, but consumed 5,000 tons of coal P Ub01DSih' S and Stationers,
in making the round trip from Liver- Have tihe exclusive sale of these col-
pool. Immense stocks of coal are con- cierat:dl (Glsss in
stantly kept on hand at St. Vincent, St. Ani'C.aws, ila.
Madeira, Port Said, Singapore and other
oriental coaling stinions, there often be- K E L LA & 0 0 R E,
ing as much as ('0.CO0 I.Ls in store at, T[ie on ., auly r ifacituring Optliciuan.; in
the last named place.-Lond.!on Letter. the Sout l.

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