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Title: St. Andrews buoy
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Language: English
Publisher: Emmons & Lynch
Place of Publication: St. Andrews Fla
Publication Date: May 11, 1893
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General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 27 (Sept. 28, 1893).
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ST. AND1I.EWS, 1LA., MAY 11, 18


St. Andrews Bay!

First, Last, and all the
Time!


OFFICIAL DIRECTORY

UNITF.D STATEs.
.enators- Hon. Sam'l Pasco, Monticellu;
Hon Wilkinson Call, Jacksonville.
lepresentatives-t st District, S. R. Mul-
lorv, Pensacuia; Id District, C. Ml.
Cooper. (elect.)
,and Office--Register, Alex. Lynch: Re-
cei\ r, Volney J. Shipmanii, Gainus ille.
ST.AT R.
Gjvernor-Henry L. Mitchell; Attorney
General, Wum. B. Lamar; Secretary of
State, J. L. Crawford: Comnptroller, W.
D. Bloxhain; Commissioner of Agricul-
ture, L. B. Wolmbwell; Superintendent
of Public Instruction, W. N. Sheats;
Treasurer, C. B. Collins; Justice l' Su-
preme Court, I. F. Taylor, Tallahassee.
SENATORIAL L)mSTRICT.
3enator-Alonzo W. Weeks, Chipley.
WAdHINGTON Cou'Ty..
Representative, W. R. 3ainer, Chipley,
County Judge, Win. B. Jones, Vernon;
Clerk of Court, Coumty Clerk. Recorder
of Deeds. W. Lassitter, Vernon;
--wleritf, C. G. Alien, Chipley; Trea u'rr,
C. LLC 4 Ch ip'lcv: Tat' Collector, J.
W. ravey, Vernoii, Tax Assessor, A.
J. Gay, Grassv Point; Superintendent
of Public Instruction, L. L Charles,
Vernon; Surveyor, Thos. Collins, Chip-
ley.
ST. ANDltEWB.
Justice of the Peace. G. B. Thompson:
Notary Public, Deputy Circuit. Court
Clerk, R. D. Hopkins; School Super-
visor,'R. F. Brnckin; Post Mistress,
_Mrs. E. P. 3Maxon.
H.ARIn4ON.
Notary Public. G. B. Thompson; Post-
master, C. J. Demorest.
PARKER.
mistress, Annie R. Parker.

C.\I.uuoUN CoUNTY-CROMANTON.
E Mosher, Frank Hoskins;
ter,W. M. Croman.
SU S
ch corner of Washiig-
estnut street-Rev. WV.
Preaehint at 11 a. m.
very alternate Sunday.
en Baptist-Meets every Sat-
arv at 11 o'clock a. n.. corner of Wood-
ljiLn avenue and Bay View street: prayer
iceting same place every Friday evening
at 7:311.
vterian--hurch corner Loraine
nd Drake street. Rev. C. P.
B itian preaches by permis-
ternuitc Suiiday at 7:30 p. m.
church corner Wyoming ave-
st reet.

BUSINESS DIRECTORY.
F. B. BELL,
Notarv Pullic fur the Statei at Large. Of-
fice in Jno. T. Pitts' store,
PARKR, FLA.
'W H. PARKER,
Notary Pul,lje and Sur' eyr. Special at-
tent'ion given to all Notarial Iusini es
also to the Drawing of M, ps, Chatts, erc.
rker. F


Office and .s-
sell's s afie T View and
Wyoming avenues.
t. Andrews, Florida.
R. D. HO(IKINS,
Notary 'Public.
and Deputy Circuit Court Clerk.
flice and lodgings in the Rodney
building t2d door north of postpotice.
J. J. KESTER,
Physician and Ac-
Sce Pioneer Drug Store,
of Shell avelae aned Michi-

Florida.
0. BUTLER.
Law. Practices in State
Courts. Will attend the
Andrews when wanted
fice,
Florida
I A. -lLS.
/ POSTMISTnREss.
:rht mail, via. Chipley de-
cry day except Sunday it I-
ari ri.'. every dav except Sun2
ay at 12:30 p. m.
at Bay mail for Harrison, Cromanton,
arker, Farmdale and Wetappo, leaves
Andrews going east every morning
o'clock and arrives, coming nest
afternoon at 3 o'clock.

register U. S. Late Chief Clerk iU.
Land Office, S. Land Office.
Gainesville, Florida.
L. A. B.nsrXs, W. PORTER.
BARNES & PORTER,
Land Attorneys,
Gainesville, Florida.
Seven years experience in the U. S.
Laud Office.
All matters before the IT. S. Land Office
ile.J.F-.,-and General Land Of-
flee at WLshiington, D. C., will receive
pronpt attention,
Patents procured in all classes of land
entries, inid particularly in cases of Span-
ish Land Grants. Parties notified of Can-
cellations. Amendments and changes of
entries eftreted. Contests carefully con-
ducted.

EDWIN A. EMMONS.
generall (errspaper and Peridicale
I. & C- M1 C TY
CHICAoo HERALD, N. Y. WoRLD, N.
Y. HERALD AND CONCURRENT PUBLIC
CATIONS, ST. LoUIS REI'UBLIC. AND SAN
FRANCIsco ExAMINER.

Subscriptions Solicited.

S.UR BER'S


EXPRESS
I ani prepared to do all kinds of
Hauling at the lowest living rates
and give entire satisfaction.
WOOD AND FENCE POSTS
Cut andl delivered at reasonable rates
(;. W. SURFER.


PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY.
One Dollar a Year in Advance.


EMMONS & LYNCH
Publishers and Proprietors
WM. A. EmmNS. E. J. LYNCH.

.\lverti.-ing Rates Miade Known on
Al-l ication.

Answers to Correspondeints.
The LBuYo is im real estate agency:
neither buys, sells, or puts a price
upon lots; it has advertisers who pa.,
attention to such matters; al'Ures
them. Any question asked will be
answered cheerfully and to the very
best of our ability and all we ask
in return is that the seeker for infor-
nmation help along the work we have
unlertakoe-tlhat of building up St.
Andrews and the Bay country and
adding value to every piece of prop-
erty owned by our questioners by at
once becoming and remaining sub-
scribers to the BuoY. Remember that
we attend promptly to the payment of
taxes for subscribers without charge
for our services. Any inquiries con-
cerning taxes should always be ac-
companied with a full and complete
description of the land-we can in
no instance hunt up old letters to
find it; they are not preserved-also
with at least six cts. postage, for the
collector's office is fifty miles away
and, to do any business with him we
must write him; send two cts for his
answer and two cts more are required
to answer the correspondent:
Mrs. H. H. D., St. Louis, Mo.:
The company no longer has an office
in Cincinnati; it has gone out of bus-
incss; in all probability your taxes
were returned delinquent April 1, and
in addition to the tax, which is 7c foi
1 lot or for half the lots in a block,
or 14c for a whole block, you must
pay a penalty of 25 per cent on the
amount and 25c for the reldemition
ccitificate; the St. A.indre s Liay
country is developing liw\ly but
surely; subsciibe for the Buov and
avail yourself of its generous utter to
look after your taxes.
B A % lIuI/tintn N,,mt_ IfIn


St \ ill b.eud I II a Coiet lu
of your liits and stalmps to 'Jomnll t
the correspondence, we will see that
they are properly assessed to -on, pro-
vided the description reaches us be-
fore the assessor makes his return.
F. G. T., Vandalia, Ill.: Regular
perusal of the Buoy will furnish you
the best possible description of the
St. Andrews Bay country.
H. S. B., Eagle Lake, Tex.: St.
Andrews Bay is what would be called
a sparsely settled counutrj; still there
are situated along the bay several
thriving small villages of which St.
Andrews is one, and the lands front-
ing upon the bay, amounting in all to
seventy-five 'or eighty milss of front-
age are nearly all settled upon by en-
torprising, thrifty people, considera-
ble of a percentage of whom are
northerners; there is a fine opening
here for the establishment of either a
cigar factory or a palmetto manufc-
taring plant; capital invested in
either of these could hardly fail to
score good returns; there is no rail-
road nearer than Chipley, fifty miles
away: but the steamer Gulf City
makes regular trips from Mobile,
Pensacola and Apalachicola; we hope
to be able to record some good rail-
roae news in the near future.
J. W., Sinclairville, N. Y.: Your
taxes are delinquent and must be
paid to the state comptroller; follow
the instructions given to Mrs.. H.H
D., above; the amount and penalty is
the same; you had best comply with
the conditions and entrust the matter
to the BuoY; if you do not care to
subscribe send 25c to pay for our ser-
vices, and in any event, don't forget
the stamps fnr postage.
H. A. H., Hughesville, Va.: Your
lot will not bring anything upon the
market until you improve or have it
improved; by that means it can soon
be made paying property.
F. S Calera, Ala.: The tax on
your two lots is 7c with the penalty
ad-led; you should attend to it as
soon as convenient; put the matter
in the hands of the Buoy, or write to
the comptroller enclosing stamp for
reply.
Mrs. Mary M. J., Chicago, Ill.:
You are already answered in the fore-
going.


S rcoNrrT.h -n.1
And It was just roere tnasc rtouiu
Simpson made a brilliant display of fii,
skill. He told a straight story to the
doctor about his call at the residence of
the late Miss Livermore, made so many
inquiries about the property, looked so
truthful when he said he thought he had
better have a little more medicine, and,
in sort, played his part eo-wE11- thit
when he departed the doctor, looking
after him, said to himself:
"What a goose Miss Gilder is to im-
agine that he is a detective!"
CHAPTER VI.
MAX MANSON HAD ALREADY CAUGHT A
NEW SOUND.


Max Manson had already caught a neu
sound.
Detective Max Manson when he set
out to track the two natives of Hindoo-
stan was confident that, if the missing
gem was ever recovered, it would be
through his efforts rather than those of
his clever comrade, Folsom Simpson. He
believedthat his rotund friend had de-
liberately thrown the opportunity in his
"It would be just like him, He came
to Ellenville unwillingly, but in obedi-
ence to ilers. He staid long enough to
help me the true theory and stays be-
hind to go through the form of doing
something That owlish looklwhen I put
the quest tn to him was with a view of
deceiving nm. Folsom is a clever fellow.
but I can read him."
It'pr- Put very difficult to trace the
alhi~ ; g 1, .ith tlIeir L-I- it


was their c som t, pnd severauiiayF
at different -illages and towns. When
through wi n any place, they did not
walk to thel~ext harvest field, but tray
eled by rail'
Before 'leaving Ellenville Manson
made some inquiries, the result of which
was not altogether satisfactory. He
found that the peddlers had never been
arrested'for the ,suspected robbery of
Miss Livetmore. There was consider-
able suspicion expressed concerning
them, but it never went to the point of
interfering with their movements.
"Dr. Maidhoff told. me that those
two men were arrested and subjected to
rigid examination without proving any-
thing against them. What could his ob-
ject have been in deceiving me?"
.It was hard to answer the question.
After all it did not seem of special im-
portance, and he soon dismissed it from
his thoughts.
The agent at Ellenvillo remembered
that the two men had bought tickets for
a point about 20 miles av.- The fact
that it was in the direction,* Now York
caused Manson some uneasiness, for his
fear was that they might elude him by
going straight to the metropolis and sail-
ing for Europe. He decided that if he
sho-i 1 find they had gone directly to the
c ;y he would telegraph to Chief Varick
and set him at work.
Leaving the train at the point indi-
cated, he quickly gained tidings of the
fellows. They had left the town only
two days before, still proceeding in the
direction of New York. Their ticket,
would carry them alarmingly close to
the metropolis, and Manson's misgivings
increased.
A surprise awaited him when he once
more left the train and succeeded after
some inquiries in gaining track of the
men. That morning they had bought
tickets for Wingfield, whither they had
undoubtedly gone with their pecks and
trinkets.
The curious feature of this last move
was that Wingfield, instead of being to
the westward, lay in a directly opposite
course. The East Indians had turned
back over their own trail.
"That's queer," reflected Manson, "but
those people are as cunning as the cobras
of their own country, and probably they
are indulging in this deliberation for the
purpose of throwing off all possible sus-
picion."
It was past 11 o'clock when the detect-
ive stepped upon the platform at Wing-
field, which, as far as he could tell with
the aid of the moonlight and a few oil
lamps, was of about the same size as El-
lenville, and, like that primitive town,
contained but a single house for the en-
tertainment of man and beast. Making
his way thither, he found the landlord
smoking his pipe in the barroom and on
the point of retiring. His visitors had
departed, and of his guests only a couple
were visible to the belated arrival. They
were the East Indians whom he was
seeking.
There could be no mistake on that
point, for a single glance was sufficient
to identify them, with their swarthy
skins, their jet black hair and eyes, their
white, glassy teeth and their half orien-
tal aarb.


They were stated in chairs in one cor-
ner of the room talking in.their native
tongue. Naturally they glanced up at
Manson as he came in. ar'rl nodding to
them as well as the landlord hle regis-
tered and stated that he w'- l1 probably
spend several days in the v i akp.
It was a vast relief to the. find that hoe h1 run down .JI!J couli n
tlih o ,-if t'-j, .,, ,'
ly little troulie'. He fully brllievel that
one of them iat that n"orment lad the ra
jah's ruby about as g-irments. for it
was not to be supposed that after once
getting their hands on it they would take
the risk of forwarding it to India, or in-
deed of allowing it to pass out of their
possession unless compelled as a matter
of precaution to take the step.
Quite confident on this point, the strug-
gle, as the detective now viewed it, nar-
rowed down to a conflict of wit and cun-
ning between him and these swarthy
miscreants, who had traveled so many
thousand miles to commit the robbery.
His theory, as intimated elsewhere,
was that the fellows arriving in Ellen-
ville had carefully looked over the ground
and decided that the safer course for
them was to bribe Dr. Maidhoff to secure
the gem for them. Doubtless they came
prepared to pay a large price, for it could
not have been the intrinsic value of the
ruby, great as it was, which gave it such
worth in the eyes of the descendant of
its first owners.
The physician had secured the prize,
as he could readily do, and the detective
was inclined to suspect that he had not
hesitated at the crime of murder in order
to carry out his part of the bargain. He
had received the wages of his treachery,
and the messengers of evil were malki.g
their way homeward with the priceless
jewel and doing so with a deliberation
that they might well believe would x\-ar
off all suspicion.
Manson sat down for a brief talk with
the landlord before retiring fur the
night. He apparently bestowed little
attention on the fellows in the r9ru r.
but he wanted thechance to stud\ th'-::;
to make preliminary survey of th,
ground, s rmay be said.
On t *- part they seemed t f.-l r-
interes in him, but every." ri a u -t' ,
a glance at thedusky couutenan es, v.ith
ed felt skull caps, fro which gilt
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snak eys bch instantly f d their
look i another direction.
'It 1. impossible that thea should
suspect 'me," was his conclusi "anly
more thala they may suspect stran-
gers. I amA sure they are fully arned. and
the couplet ill be dangerous to tack."
They continued conversing with con-
siderable animation, being free with their,
gestures and apparently deei ly interested
in what each was saying.
"If I only understood Hindoostani,"
thought Manson, "I might be able to
pick up a valuable pointer or two, for
they must frecl free to talk their lingo
before any people besides their own."
Suddenly they rose, and one of them
said to the landlord in fair English:
"Wo go to bed, please."
"All right," he replied, with a yawn,
glad, to find that he was about to gain
the sleep for which he was yearning.
"I'll be back with you in a minute," he
added, addressing Manson, who nodded
and said he was ready also to retire.
At the time of writing his name on
the well thumbed book of the hotel
Manson noticed the two signatures
of the natives, which were -simply
"Wichman" and "Lugro," so that it
may be said their identification was
complete.
Nothing was to be gained by question-
ing the host, who not only was sleepy
but was stupid. So he followed him up
stairs behind his tallow candle and along
the uncarpeted hall.
"Your room is next to them chaps,"
said the landlord as he turned about to
leave, "but I guess they ain't dangerous."
"I have no fears," replied Manson.
closing the door, locking and bolting it.
Now that he was alone, however, he
naturally asked himself whether it was
possible to make any use of what, under
other circumstances, would clearly have
been an advantage.
"If they would only talk in English,"
he muttered as he heard the hum of their
voices, "I could catch something possi-
bly worth knowing, but as it is I might
as well be a mile away from them."
The professional instinct led him soft-
ly to unfasten his door and to thrust out
his head, with his ear close to the next
door.
As he did so a thrill passed through
him. Wichman and Lugro were con-
versing in English.
"He watch me-he watch you-he after
us," was the astonishing remark of one
of them.
"I see dat," replied his companion.
"Tomorrer he bring anoder officer-he
take us to jail-he hunt our pockets-our
bundles-our everyt'ing-he t'ink he
find it-den what we do?"
"Mebbe won't find it," suggested the
other.
"Why he no find it?"
"Mebbe we hide it."
"Where? In woods?"
"No, he watch us tomorrer. He see
us--we hide it here in dis room, for he
no look here."
"Dunno, dunno," commented the oth-
er in a voice which showed nevertheless
that he was impressed by the proposal of
his companion.
"Dis best place. He no look here.
eavee innere two, tree days-metoe two,
N-


ree viweeKs-aen come oacK, stay one
night, get it 'gin!"
This amazing conversation now ceased
For several minutes only a word or two
>vas uttered, and then it was in their na-
rive tongue.
But the listening Max Manson had al-
ready caught a new sound. It was such
is would have been made by a man cut-
ting an opening in the wooden surbase
Af his room with a keen edged knife.
He was confident he knew what the
sound meant.
CHAPTER VIL
"I DON'T THINK YOU HAVE GOT THE RA-
JAH'S RUBY."
The following morning, when the two
sepoys appeared-on the front porch of
the Wingfield hotel, Max Manson was in
the act of saying goodby to the landlord.
"1 must take the next train to New
York," said he; "the distance to thesta-
tion is so short I'll walk, but I have no
time to lose."
Nevertheless he stood a few minutes
after one of the aliens started in the
direction of the station. When the de-
Vtective reachlcd tlhat point, the fellow
was lounging among several waiting
passengers. Without seeming to pay
attention to him Max observed that he
bought no ticket. There could be no
doubt that he had gone thither to watch
Manson.
The latter bought with some ostenta-
tion a ticket for the metropolis and en-
tered the smoking car of the train, which
drew up a few minutes later. The
glance which he cast at the platform
showed the East Indian still there, where
he doubtless staid until after the cars
had steamed away.
"He knows I am booked for New
York," reflected Manson, "and is sure
that I will go straight through, but 1
have some doubts on that point."
The first station at which the train
drew up was about 10 miles away.
There the detective disembarked and
a half hour later boarded the cars
in the opposite direction. Before they
came to a halt he took a cautious survey
of the platform. If the Asiatic was there,
he intended to stay on the train, for it
was necessary above everything that his
return to Wingfield should be unknown
and unsuspected by those fellows
The coast seemed to be clear, and he
stepped out, a number of other people
doing the same, to say nothing of several
who took their departure from the place.
Manson was specially anxious to get
back to the inn without detection by the
foreigners. He made his way along and
through the street with the greatest pos-
sible precaution. It was to be supposed
that the peddlers would be absent by
that time retailing their knickknacks
through the neighborhood. Manson was
coufideut, therefore, when he ascended
the steps of the hotel, without having
caught the first glimpse of them, that he
had nothing to fear in the way of dis-

[To BE CONTim r LI).


A t.oyal Jo e.
,One il es not t !' of Frederirk
tle Gireat primarinly as a joker. His
life was anything but Inumioous and
vwa.- the cause o(f more "tears than
smiles. But Frederick loved a joke,
especially if there was a spice of ma-
liciousness in it. His whole inter-
"course with Voltaire was a great
comedy-a burlesque of friendship
and literary patronage. On one oc-
casion Voltaire requested the privi-
lege of reading a poem to him. Fred-
erick was delighted, and named an
hour when lie would graciously listen
to the latest productions of the great
French genius. At the appointed
time Voltaire appeared; manuscript
in hand, and read the poem. The
king had in the meantime secreted
behind a screen in the same room a
mal of wonderful memory, who had
the gift of reptating any composition,
however lengthy, to which lie had
,nce listened.i
When Voltaire had concluded his
recital, Frederick expressed great ad-
miration; but declared that he had
heard the poem before. The poet
was indignant, repelling the charge
of plagairism with great warmth.
The king, howevel-, insisted that the
poem was by no means of recent ori-
gin, and said there was a man in
court who could repeat it from begin-
ning to end. He sent for the man
who had been concealed behind the
screen, who had listened to the read-
ing, and requested him to recite a
certain poem, quoting tho first lines.
The man instantly, to the great as-
tonishment of Voltaire, repeated the
poem word for word. The indigna-
tion of the poet, when he discovered
the trIck may be more easily imagin-
ed than described.

A Little Mixed.
Goods News,.
Teacher-Who was Atlas?
Boy-Ooo! He was the biggest
highwayman there ever was. He
robbed everybody.
Teacher-Nonsense!
Boy-Well, the book says he held
up the world, anyhow.

The color of the Red sea is due to
a minute microscopic sea weed of a
reddish color.


Pride and Poverty.
Correspondence of tle Buoy.
Retrenchment ol state govern-
ment expenses hlas beco-me an im-
perative duty, for bankruptcy or
economy must be the immediate re-
suit of our present position. As all
revenue must come from, the people,
the greater the population, the more
can be rlased for state expenses andl
as our population in Florila is small,
only 391,422, we should be more
reasonable than we are, in our ex-
penditures. Florida is about the
size of G(-",gia, 37,000,000 acres;
but then Georgia has mi;re than four
times our population, 1,837,853 and
yet we pay more in salaries than the
citizens of that state pay to their
officials.
The gross amount paid each year
by our citizens' is not known, we-,
have an idea that it is over half a
million dollars or two and a half
cents per acre, on twenty million
acres would pay it. We pay. our
senators and representatives six
dollars a day and in Georgia thay
are paid only four; they pay their
governor $3,000, while we pay 3,500.
In section 29-art. 4, of the consti-
tution of the of the state of Florida,
the salary of the commissioner of
agriculture is $1,500 and also the
supt., of education gets the same
amount, while Conklin in his manual
gives them two thousand each.
Conklin must be wrong, for the same
section says that after eight years,
the legislature can increase or de-
crease any or all salaries, and it is
not eight years yet.
Between the years 1884 and 1890
there was an increase of a quarter
of a million dollars expenditure in
our state government, and one item
alone, criminal prosecutions, takes
one-fifth of the state's revenue. One
thing is certain, we must increase
the population or decrease the cost
of government; tle expenses are as
much, as they would be had we two
million of people here. And then
the taxes, per head, would only be
a quarter of what they are n $s.
\e have all the ,cessary c '"


-u---~~~~-----~i oftmcialsY reu~nired fo tim 1Cermm-~-~- -m-C _


itid officials required for thle kyerin-
mient of millions, while we are not
four hundred thousand.
EcoNoimv.

Shoplifting in Large Cities.
An idea of the magnitude of the
depredations of shoplifters in large
cities can hardly be obtained. The
loss annually sustained by the largest
dry goods houses through this cause
alone is almost beyond belief by one
not familiar with the subject. In
foreign cities the trouble is fully as
great as in American trade centers.
In one large house in Paris, the Bon
Marche, 100 detectives are constant-
ly employed whose only work is to
keep an eye oh the light fingered
gentry and prevent the consumma-
tion of their designs on the immense
stock of small portable articles with-
in reach. That it is an economy to
to pay a corps of detectives for their
continuous services gives some hint
of the extent to which their employ-
ment saves money for the house.
*
Professor Koch's ext eriments
with bactoriological remedies for con-
sumption have almost reached a point
where he can make a definite claim
of results which were prematurely as-
serted three years ago. Professor
Scaglione, of Paris, quotes Dr. Koch
as saying that the liquid which he
has produced in his laboratory shows
marvelous efficacy in overcoming
tuberculosis. He administers the
remedy by inhalation, not by injec-
tion, as in the case of the lymph,
which gave him world-wide fame a
few years ago.

It is a fact of rather curious inter-
est that Queen Victoria's oriental at-
tendant, the porly and turbaned
Hindoo nnushi who teaches her maj-
esty Hindostanee, attracted far more
attention when the royal party ar-
rived in Florence. than did the queen
of Great Britian and Ireland, and
empress of India herself. When the
enthusiastic Florentine crowd saw
the gorgeous Indian sitting in state
in they royal carriage they saluted
him by throwing up their hats and
entering cries of welcome.

The emerald has long been regard-
ed as a specific for sore eyes.


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w\vell be, for the attention of entomologiars
has been principally directed towards
the more conspionous and attractive'
stages-the larvi and imago; but
nieverthelebss this stage of the insect
presents some interesting and quite
important points for the consideration
of the practical observer.
A few days before the assumption
of the pupa state the larva becomes
restless, stops eating and deserts its
food, and usually spins a silken co-
coon, or makes one of earth or chips,
ifa borer, and then prepares for the
change into the pupa state. It has
been observed that thept upa skin is
developed from the hypodermis or in-
ner"kayer of the larval skin. The
outer portion of the skin dries and
hardens and is thrwon off when the
perfect insect emerges. The muscles
of the body contract and change in
form. thus causing the original seg-
ments of the larva to unfold and con-
tract at certain parts, gradually pro-
ducing the pupa form. A series of
slight changes is often seen from the
larva to the adult, and in some in-
stances a moult accompanies each
change.
[TO BE CONTINUED.]

One of the incidents that illustrate
the helpfullness of humanity, whend"-
its sympathies are aroused, occnred in
Dexter. Me., the other day. A bar-
ber in that town, who last summer
mortgagedd his shop and tools in order
to buy himself i little shop has beean
unfortunate since tha ,ti'le, and so
wsa unable to pay the note when due.
Saturday the mortgage was foi~losed
and officers removed the furniture
and tools from the shop. A sympa-
thizing crowd watched the preceed-
ings and then went to work to re-
pair damages. One hunted up a
barber chair, another razor, mugs,
etc., and by the time'the confiscated
goods was well removed the barber
was ready to call for "nex.t" The
same evening a subscription was
circulated and enough money raised
to buy a new chair of the latest and
most improved pattern. -

An albino coon has been captured
by a hunter in Accomac county,
Virginia.


) ONLY $1 A YEAR.

LARGEST CIRCULATION.


SBest ABvertisinI Mdium.




3. -N O 7.


VOL. III.


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rlOllods of Ptil ation,
Written fur the Ruoy.
BY JO.EPHUd C. LIPES.
About fifty yesai ago the civil atil
ecclesiastical authorities of St. Fer-
nanilo in Chili arrested a man on a
charge of witchcraft because he kept
some caterpillars which turned in o
butterflies.
From this historical fact our minitls
are borne on the wings of progress
through a half century paralleled
in the annals of history for the ui-
folding of nature's mysteries.
It is now almost universally known
that th. great majority of infecv
qluii tihe .-g in a state very different
from that which they'finnily assume.
It has been observed that there a-e,
excluding certain very rare an auolice,,
four distinct periods of existence in
very insect, namely: That oftheegg,
the larva, the pupa, and the nmar-,t7
or perfect insect.
Metamorphoses differ very muIcl
in the different insects. In tle
grasshoppers and crickets rle changes
consist principally of a gradual in-
crease cf size, and in the acquisiti-nm
of wings; while the common fly ac-
quires a full bulk in a form very dif-
ferent from that which it ultimately
assumes and passes through a period
of inaction in which not only is the
whole form of the body altered, and
legs and wings acquired, but even
the internal organs themselves are al-
most entirely disintegrated and re-
formed. There are four distinct
stages in the development of the but-
terfly.
Insects are sometimes divide into
two series-mandibulate and hans-
tellate, from the form of the month
parts, and sometimes into two other
series-heteromnorpha, or those in
which there is no resemblance be-
tween the parent and the offspring,
and humoiiiorpha, or those in which
the larva resemble the imago except
in the absence of wings.
With this general introduction we
now notice some of the marked.
changes of various ineec5"' -,e .
laival into the l)pal stall

The nlethods of pupati
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prison and at
quested bef(
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Orders left
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mornings, a
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mornings ar
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Carries the Ea
drew Tuelsd
mornlllings, a
evenings.
jno:'iih -m ;, ai
the evening
transported
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til daylight
when .-he pi
The Netti
lwwwwm


RITIME. L !TRIF T,
-F,,r curiosity jewelry call at Ri.s-
sell's, on I. J. Hughes, the jeweler.
-There it no economy in Lbuing
cheap spectacles; the best are the, cleap-
est.
-The BuoY and the Florida Ag-
riculturist one year, $2.50; clubs of five,
$2.25 each.
S -You can get three pounds of the
ust be remembered that the very best fresh bird seed for 25' at the
rb olly reliable motive pow- Pioneer Drug Store.
sailors sometimes find it im- -Williams has fine, fat deep-
ke schedule time it must be
ke scheduletihe yit mush be water oysters which he is selling at 15cts.
elements; they do the best
per quart. At Wares' wharf.
-Legal cap, commercial note
STEAM LINE. letter-heid papers and envelopes, either
printed or plain at the Buoo office.
STEAMER -Rev. W. M. Cromnan will con-
ST T duct divine services at the M. E. church
F CI T next Sunday forenoon at 11 o'oloek.
RANDALETTE. -The Pioneer Drug Store is the
'IME TABLE. place to get your perfumeries, tooth-
brushes, nail brushes, diamond dyes, etc
le every Monday; arriv- -Every person indebted to Dr. J.
sacola Tuesday; St. An- j. Kester will please call and settle their
wednesday; Apalachicola accounts on or before the 16t of May,
going south. 1893. ....-
achicola every Friday; St. -If your aitch or clock is dead
Saturday ; Peuoa&iolr'S"Sdi- or crazy, do not have it monkeyed with,
Snth. but take it to Hughes, the reliable
M. WARE & CO. jeweler.
Agts, St. Andrews Bay. -J. T. Pitts, the live merchant of
SCHOONER Parker, and the founder of low prices in
S SI E P. general mielclianldise is prepared to meet
J. ScORILENoER. ifl cuti in prices.
trips between Pittsburg on -If your eyesight is defective, call
d Pensacola; will make reg- at the Brov office and be fitted with a
;s at Cromanton and Har- pair of the celebrated perfected crystal
any other point when re- lenses, manufactured only lby Kellamn &
)rehand to do so. Passen- Moore Atlanta, Ga.
eight transported at reason-
nd satisfaction guaranteed. -Representative W. R. Gainer
at the residence of the cap- whites the Buoy from Tallahassee that it is
adrews will receive prompt his opinion that the Martin-Weeks sena-
attention.
JOHN T. PITTS, Proprietor. trial contest will be decided.by declaring
a vacancy in the district.
SHARPIE -Onr correspondents will please
R O S A. bear in mind that their favors must be
FRANK WITHERILL. mailed early enough to reach us not later
than Monday evening: otherwise, thve
st Bay Mail; leaves St. An- cannot ni; ear in the cu:rentt issue.
lay, Wcdeiisdry ;i:d Frida% -The few gentle showers of the
iriving at Wetappo same past week have given the melon and
Leave Wetappo alternates
drivingg at St. Andr,'ws in the' Ilak( ei''rv erops a most promising ap-
assengers and freight trans- pearance and straw-i'eries :,re responding
asonahle rates. to the generous moisture with increasing
SHARI'IE yields.
" D I T HI --The ch urei-go.in; people of the
).\VI) \VITHERILL. city were disallIiinttvd last Sunday by the
nou arrival of P'ricsiding Elder Newell,
t B wioP, t w coming had been :mi:ounced. Sick-
st Bay Mail; leaves St. Axin-
ay, Thursdav and Sati i ia' n.'ss prevented him from filling his ap-
trriving at Wet.,t:)po sioe pointnieiit.
Leave V Wet appo alternate -Don t fo, get that it is J. T.
rrivini at St, AidrllOWs iu
. Pnascngers : ndi f..ig t Pilts' toie where the invulI.e of ;,0(
at reasonable rates. worth of new and stylish dry goods is to
.b -- e opened uj'. These go>od. were lilunht
er Gulf City came in in the New York market with an eve to
tuesday evening froni Mo- the welfare of the customer.
sacola, and renima lei nt- --Tlie young peo io v.h oo ere
\V dmie.d.y orring, cheated out of a dance on jioidnay c\eniin
led, out for Aalachicla. on account of the threatening weather
tried it aga'n Tuesday night with better
e camlie in t1SudZ,y witha0'n
o came in Suuy wi sucee-s, and ifappearances are an ildh;.a-
of freighlit for St. .\ni- tion tlicv fully maidc I ,i I'..i di.-:ipllp.iit-
Waflt l'fld nipe:hllants. 21- Itle pgre% vi .... Cl'i g ..r


sthe will sail for Peisacola again to- ini the ll ov'i obseix\ati,
day. and it has been somewhat extended, i.
r i Jessie P, came from Pensacola T. Parker, o l'Prker, on East Bay has the
Tlh1 Jessie P, came from Pensacola ,
best field of corn in the Bay country; it is
hThursday with a eavy cargo of e eh color, a
Thursday with a heavy cargo of knee-high, clean and of good color, and
nerchlillise an.l sailed outward with reasonable rainfall his prospects are
bound Tuesday morning. good for a fat corn-crib after harvest.
The schooner Crawford came down -A personal letter of May 3:1, to
from North Bay Tuesday, an1 a sale the editor of the Buoy from Jno. Chas.
of the boat having been mado to L. Birkit, of Peoria, Ills., who was an es-
t teemed winter visitor in St. Andrews
M. Ware & Co., they will at once says, "the weather has been very had
constrnct ways, and pull the vessel since we came home; but this morning
out and overhaul and remodel her for looks better and we are hoping that it will
Sservicable work. continue."
The Cleopatra came in from the -T. C. Danford has just received
ing grounds Friday and reported an invoice of small force pumps suitable
i for attachment to ordinary drive wells.
indifferent success. She will be taken One of these pumps should be attached to
to Bear Creek to remain there while every drive well here in St. Andrews
Capt. Maxon and family v'sit the where there is no fire department or other
World's Fair at Chicago, means of preventing a conflagration.
With one of these pumps the risk from fire
O O R Sarsarila h is -educed to a minimum. Go and see
NO OTHER Sarsaparilla has ef- them.
m fected such remarkable cures as -Over 50,000 people, by actual
MOOD'S Sarsaparilla, of Scrofula, er 0000 le ctu
Salt Rheum, and other blood diseases. count visited the Florida State building
Attend this Business college of the Chicago Columbian Exposition on
Attend this Business College
During the Summer. the opening day, and this number was
There will be a special session of greater than visited any other half dozen
the Commercial College of Kentucky state buildings combined. The thousands
University for clerks, merchants, o'visitors gazed with deep interest and
teachers and others during the sum- amazement uoon Florida's horticultural
Display in the great horticultural depart-
mer. his college is ituated in entbuildig
the beautiful, healthy, and society- -Pabor lake Pineapple: It is to
renowned city of Lexington, Ky, an', be hoped that the state legislature now in
Teceive.1 the lii lest honor at tli session will give some relief to the citizens
World's exposition. Students can of Florida who do not think a razorback
;complete te business course and re- Iog is worth more than a poor settler.
ST.The statute books of" this, or any other
receive the Kentucky University Di- The ttut book of thi, or ny oth
state could contain no more unjust law
ploma during the summer. than at present compels a man to spend a
For particulars see alver lsomonte hundred dAllars or more to keep a fifty
in another culmrii, or address its cent hog from destroying his crops.
residentt. WILBU R. Surrr, -The model family man is always
SLexingtion, v on the loekout to provide for the comfort
and convenience of his wife or daughter,
Female W eakless Positive Cure and now that the long, warm summer days
- _.-----To the Editor:-Please inform your are upon us, no better evidence of his
readers that 1 have a positive remedy for thoughtfulness is necessary than for him
the thousand and one ills which arise to go to T. C. Danford's and get one of
from deranged female organs. I sh those new and complete gasoline stoves
be glad to send two ottles of my rem iy and relieve his cooks from sweltering
FaREE to anid lady if they will sncud thenr
Express and P. O. address. over the old-fashioned cook stove in the
Yours Respectfully. heated kitchen.
Dr. B. D. MARAISI, UTicA, N. Y -Almost everybody who has be-
come interested in St. Andrews would
A "Week's Tqeather.
Afw, se lae t like to possess a map of the town an con-
The following tibl!e shows what tlihe
temperature at St. Andrews has been tigous country. To all such we would say
during the past week, from observations that for one dollar sent to us we can fur-
takecn at the Broy office each morning nish them an excellent large map of the
nd noon:Morn. Noo town with the lots a:.d public places cor-
Thiusd.y May 4.... 60 76 rectly located. Besides this city map, we
Firday. 5....... I 4 81 have also a sectional map embracing not
Santirday, 6 ....... 78 84 only the town proper, but al! the land
.unda, 7. ..... 76 8() disposed of by the Cincinnati Company,
a lln ny, IS ...... 74 4 8
Tuaesdir, ( 69 82 and while lots and blocks are not shown
Wednesd'y, "' 10 ...... ( 68 82 it is au easy matter to get their location
- by the use of this nap See advertise-
H'I ~ Tl.'n ii, lrme n; ansa. ments elsewhere.


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t i, s hi m l 'lll ea, l.'l .
Miss. .I-.'Ki Dargue camen home
Friday from a week's visit with Mrs.
W. A. Emmons at the Buoy Farim.
Col. Chas, Doty, Mrs. Doty, and
soil, Welster t)ok passage on tlie
(nlif City yesterday f,'o Apalachi-
col:t, whence they will proceed to
Atlanta, Ga and will be absent
fio.,. St. Andrews for some months..

Sad and Cloomy

Weak and Dyspeptio
Eood's Sarsaparilla Gave Strength
and 1erfect y OCured.
















!r. Dr. IL White
Birmingham, Alabama.
"I have not words enough to express my
thanks for the great benefits received from a
few bottles of Hood's Sarsaparilla. I was,
weak, and it made me strong; I was a dyspep-
tic, and it cured me; I was sad and gloomy, and
it made me cheerful and hopeful. And last,
though not least, it made me an ardent and
SSrrsa-
N 0's .arfla Curest
working democrat. All whohave taken Hood's
Sarsapatilla with my7 advice, report good re-
sults. I gladly recommend It to all sufferers
J. R. WHITE, M. D., Pirmingham, Ala.
N. B. If you (deJido ta take Hood's Sar-
saparilla do not be induced to buy any other
Instead. Inst uneon 1i(:O])'3.
Hoo-d's is~arc::'c. e be;t farally cathartic,
gentle andeffective. Try a box. 25cents.

IF YOU WANT INFORMATION ABOUT


WF'I~ ZEE~


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St % Welevant one in every
Sto \vn'to hanull.c t:e





SA Sieentific Machine nimale on a Scientific Plinciple
Save their cost a dozen timnls a vYar. It is not mussy or
j slopy.. A child cai ,licrate it. Sells at sight. Send
for prices a',id (Hiscounts.
S 2 Murray St., New York.
irlakes cle Cream in 30 Seconds.


N.YIOU'LL APPRECIATE
AH THE A IG
*y g*STE ARN 1 l/4S V>/hIEELt


\ SO EASY TO RUN:
SAlmost runs its self
NONE OF THAT TERRIBLE
IRATTLNG NOISE SO COMMON
TO LAWN MOWER,
.Andit cuts closely in H//l, TWa/lOGRAS.
S tNYend forourfCS f PSYRACUSE


NO OTHER Sarsaparilla com- Pecks '~ ra E M IS&IB E BD:A? --.
[o,,." t. Perk's INVISIBLE TU.3rJsih id .
bines economy and strength like e5 g.. cUss.i wisp ars earo Co
Sfertabcl. Succeass";wlC;oe lin'emr odics h AIL. IIls.br co&.
lHOOfflD It is the only one of Fzooufzroe. Addreos F. H ilrS).X,953Brdway NewYork-


I %lw 1 ...- W. W... .
which cantruly be said "I oo Doses $z."

It is announced that the alabaster
quarries of King Teta and the tombs
of Sheikh Said at Cairo, which are
now being excavated by Percy New-
berry and survey party sent out by
the Egypt exploration committee,
will be open to the public next win-
er. The discoveries made range
from 3,800 B. c. to 1,400 n. c., and
inclu!e some notable base-reliefs and
iicripti.inms.

Rev. M1:. A-, in FeFiin's Grove,
Pa., had just conmeincnLd his sermion,
.. 1 .. ..... 1 . 1.-


S n un mm11 lay nornini e whneu a Uoy,
sbtrmi 8 or 9 years of age, g,,t up and
straight 3p to the miniister, asked in
a voice ,mI'l enonugi to be heard by
the cn ;i, 6 itlion. "Msay I go home?
Address a letter or postal card toI fgot to feed te pigs o.n
THE PRESS CLAIMS COMPAYT, I forgot to feed thie pis Cnsent
JOHN WEDDERBURN, - Managing Attorney,
.H. Box 463. WASHINGTON, D.oC. was given, lut iihe effect upon the
SOLDIERS, N.RC WIDOWS, ministoor a* well as upon the congre-
CHILDREN, PARENTS. nation was far from sei ionus.
Also, for Soldiers and Sailors disabled in the line of
duty in the regular Army or Navy since the war.
Survivors of the Indian wars of 1832 to 1842, and
their widows, now entitled. Oldandrejected claims 'he aacae in str: !vrrs in
a specialty. Thousands entitled to higher rates. n
Send for new laws. No charge tor advice. No tee o
until successful. Louisiana jh. ye is a;i.tt double
lipans T:ibules are of great value. I ht of .32.


? p
includes the great tcnEme ak
110

Itgives New Life to the 0,1 Folks,
I'leasure to the Parci ,,
Health to the Children. '
Good forA A--ood Atl t -- Tie.
AzA 5centpnckg e p "' .. k'.
gall ecn. r;-.:t eL '
S... r
PARKER'S
r C'' o-' eid. tt balll rleB he hair.
i t-rc, ,-. n In '*In hl ii-i-tH.
'jN .- ra a to ri tTro Gr-.y
'.i ,- i a Yo.. u fu. Color.
nk "-c.and li' .' Dme r m
Tho Cor.suimpip;:.onn.d iea tie arA at' ,
Isur r ,rm h llr -. h .] iiu',,l .atI-Parke.. OI r. .*,
T o '...,. lt iie trc ,re >.o '-i _o -1.. !.' i rn ,D efb i. .- -
.- .n, '..m r e iw .. ,.. lu .,i i. 'r.,'ind 1ai 6Oc:& $1.
t N IE R "0 P- rhe onyr surccref tort Co.
tp -! I i .1 ' 'n -.'>*.*. .,i,:s, f.t Dx, aggtrt&
h ipansrli Taili:ics : ono givcs :rc' f.
lipau il) '1a':uc .uc Lives.


L. M. WARE.


Pioeer


L.


roprietor.


JNO. R. THOMP


Store.


WARE &


DEALERS IN


DRY GOODS,

GROCERT1R "T1,

wTA RPWARF-,

BUILDERS' SUPPLY


Ship Chandlery, Salt Fish, Etc., Etc


AGENT FO B


Baltimore Twine .Bl oen Coomayn,

ALSO FOR-


3. S uxI f Pty


FP. A. A1\E5 & GO.,
Wholesale Manufacturers of )
PLEASURE VEHICLES.
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S P. A. A/IES & CO.,

Factory and Salesrooms,. OWENSBORO, KY.


-comnercial, legal, an", WITH THE GRAND RUHSH
prihrted stationefrv- ti Hv (h c. I lig .
-No person interested in West TI() T I': E

-Look out for the new stock ofA TM A K ER
dry goods to be opened up at J. 1'. Pitts' -
slule in a few% da)s.
--W. F. R,:otzein was out inhlls I JEWELER AND OPTICIAN.
small sail boat last Saturday night when Pittsb rg, F A. EPAIS IN HIS LINE.
the squall came up, and his boat was cap- Pittsburg, FLA. REPAIRS IN HIS LINE
sized in very near the middle of the Bay. A E Carries the Largest Stock of
F e Nw W PITTS PROPRI ETO
ortunatey thstorm sis onlof shortPITTS P OPR I Watches, Clocks, Jewelry and Spectacles
duration, and the subsiding of the wind N T P Wver brought to St. Andrews. Also
made it possible for his cries for help to Ever Brought St. ndr .
be heard on shore and a rescuing party wish-to inform the citizens of ali ., :,1 ii u t SILVEWARE. Shell and Aligator Teeth Jewelry a specialty.
went out from Willett's mill and soon re- OI he fn a a ce at Geo. Russell's Store, St. Andrews, Fla.
I have opened up a Iarge ;<'r1 v:ir." .* I "t
lived him from his unpleasant situation. openeupa ,
-N. W. Pitts has a brand new GENERAL MEIC 1 HAND ISE,
delivery wagon and a good horse to go be-
fore it, and wherever it is reasonable to In theS at Pittsbunrg, formerly .C'eiipie'l l' N. W. 'I'TTS & SON, N IT
Sask or expect it, he will deliver goods to which I ose to sell at the LOWEST LIING M.\li{1N OF llOFIT.
his patrons. This makes it especially Recognizing the truth of P. T. Bartminl's ti itZ sanyihlg that "YN,, rani fool
convenient for parties living east of Long all Of tlie Pli-lle some of the time, andl s inie ,o :lie [e,.l'l --all ,.,f t h time;H I
Point on East Bay, who had rather not But You Can't Fool All of thie People All of the tie,
sail around the Point, for they can land at
N.W. Pitts' eastern wharf, have their I propose to show you that you needl not be fill-i.l at all in purchasing
goods delivered and save several miles of your lDry G(uil,., Groceries, Provisions, or Boat or Farim Suippplies. Pare S Fla8
water navigation. My ex.l'ei.-e ry arc very light; my .iiillilineg wer-e all built with a view to
-The winter visitors have nearly conlvenienc>, comfort and the econ.niiical hianllin-g ol an ext-i i\ve DEALER IN
all left 4t. Andrews Bay; but many of *
Sthem.will return next winter and bring r Y riso all FISH U N
0 others with them, and all who are think- g lhanis d F H BU, DRY GOODS, GIROCEREl S, HATS,
ing of coming and investing in St. An- g r t g
drw o r have i1 t-lin-fit-consuniing rents tip av, anil I rrito ive n givpe iiv patrons
drew Bay property should open a orres- the fu11l uencfi of all these advantages over my lPs fortunate competitors. E HA W AR LAMP'l NOT IONS
I pondence at once with W. H. Parker, the -ZSHOES HARD ARE
Parker real estate dealer. He will be .Le-W ater-Front and Other Lands for Sale A,
hard indeed to please who cannot be suit- Title only one remove from the United .Statce (,Governmient, and of course
ed both as to loartion and price with some PERF ECT. N. W. PITTS. BOATMEN'S, FISHERMEN'S AND BUILDERS' SUPPLIES,
of the many desirable lots and lands he Pitt.burg, Fla., Parker 1). o.
offers for sale.
--The citizens of Parker have h h i tnr
shown themselves to be public spirited by Do You Want Fi Fi ll R oo llan Oyste 1

s the Fourth of July in a becoming manner, B At the Very Iwest Living Prices.
and have called a meeting for next Satur- At the Very L.weSt Living Prices.
day, to be held in the postoffice building{ A
at Parker. As it will hardly be advise ad e M ly Store is New and has every convenience for conillicting an
to have a celebration at more than one Extensive Tralde. My LARGE ST OCK( will be added to from time to
point on the Bay, and as a point will un- l time as tile ilnands of mVy cIstomners siigIes t.
doubtedly be selected at this meeting, ev-
ery patriotic citizen should make it a duty d i am P:-TriCtrl of t tI0 SCHOONER JESSIE P, and will car
to be in attendance and assist in locating Ifreiiht foir Ea.,t Bay Partie.a at Reasonable rates.
the celebration where it will be most sat- IF s (,
isfactory to the greatest number. M ( Good Team and Con veyance kept in-readliness at all tjni
Fourth of July. Sec r one or More Good Residence or Business ties to W.ew.itci.ka and otll.i poi,,ints.
Fourth of July.
The citizens of East Bay, without JOHN T PITTS PROPR
regard to locality, are requested to Paker, C i gtn I n PROPR
meet at at the Parker, p. o., next F h T3
Saturday at 1 p. m. in the interest of O a Fio-f i NI 11i Tract
a I'onrth of July celebration. Every-
body is invited and a general att'un-
danc is desirable. r | zi PAR FL A W LLTT 'S


Personal. Being a PRACTICAL SURVIO'(H, I am lepar.d, t,, furni.h L I B
Harry Sheppard Frank Mattr S RV YS MAPS \ND
son and David Martin haIv returned SURVEYS WEST END, ST. ANDREWS, FLORIDA.
from their cirlise in southern u.ters" O I Shorte- 1 P ie-: Psible NOi(ice.
looking as brown allTnd suiibiad asI A ED HA E OTF rnN 1 'c, R UT 14 T) sAN l I RE8 .E I) L F [ir U P1
ve table tars; they report a sllen- ./ SL S MI' T AND PA MENT F TA 0 U H A1U
did cruise. \ Wil Ie ~ L.r. ii, ,Pe.;anl At tiili,. OF ALL GFRAD ES.
J. M.,,, a successful api,arit of C f P.\ATIES WHO CONTEMPLATE B BUILDING WILL FIND IT "T
We a .i itclli enCacel d on t 1 Iproy Iv- v *1 m n
IPM. g.,,,ii..,m:. m i. i t Tieir Ay vantua to Get iI Beforo Oreofrinl l o r
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IThursday, May 11, 1893.

S T. A X ) R E S
PRICES CURRENT.
GIO E R I ES.
ugar, ". It, Tea, lb
Grannlted .. 61j He No....... 75
Col'i.e,.A . ( Ginlowder.. 80
Lt brou n..... 5 Uncol''d lap.. 50
offi.-e, Cond milk, V can
lrveu. e '1t 5 Ut 4%etet i'a.10@15
Browned .'25ti 30 Swetienel .10@i5
Singer naps... 10 Baking powder
3rackeisloda.. t03 Royal ....... 50
Sobacco, plug 30a60 Campbell. ..15a25
.iainbis Canned fruit


London layers..15


Valencia .. I'2t,.
lice ......... 7
,pplcs
Evaporated .1'21.
Dried PeaiIhes 8
'oal Oil prgal 18a20
gasolinee ... 20
lorida Syrup. ..50 C
Ioney. ...... .110
/ rin gar ........ 40
/ cheese pr Ib.... 16
Sutter......... 30
Lard .... .... .
Sans ..... ..... t;
Cocoanut pkg .. i1
Fiuit Pnddine.. III
Jelly, glas I. Ia-
Linic Juice...... 5


l'eaches. ... 20(l25
Tomatoes. .. .10a15
Applek ........ 15
Pears ......... 15
Plums ........ 20
Apricot........ 25
StraL berries... 20
Pineapple... 20
'atnued Meats
Roast HB-ef.. 15a25
Corned Beef 15a~'5
Chipped Beef. 25
Lobster....... 20
Salmon .... ... 20
aimed Vegetables
Baked Ilieus.. 120
Cori.......... 16
Pi.s .......... 15
'uIIIpkinI ..... 15


Eggs per doi.z ... 15
P'ROV1SIONS.
Flout r I'rk
S 0 N ... 2, Mess pr b.. 11
mipvorit ,I- 5_ Ba5 BcoIn Sides..... 9
Corn M'bal pr bu ,I Frie-h ...... 8a10
Ont Meal pr th.. 5 Br'klfst Bacon.. 12
Lortper buu........75 Ham canvassed 14
otatoes Shoulders..... 10
Iirish.. .. ..1.20' Beef
xbrl R'se seed 1.60 Corned......... 8
Sweet...... 1.00 Fresh .........8alO
alt. pr sack... 1.00 Dried........:, 25
STable ..... 5 Milk pr qt...... 10
H A R DWARE.
tils. ver tlb. it4-I A x. with handle.$1.00
vanilla r.pelt'2tll fl5oues, each. :35t a5
Stoves cook,. $'a-'3 Copper paint, can 50
Pipe, joint. l-:a-l Linseed oil, gal.. 80
[ DRY GOODS,
per yd.. 5a8 Ginghams..... 8al0
iigs .... 7a10 Flannel. ..... 25a50
.... 9all Thread per spool. 5
254 00 Shio.i, ladies .$a2 75
amI 2 -2.i Men's. .. $1 40a30
'CELLANE(NUS.
e.u .s pr bul....... 60
'0iick pr M.;.... 8.00
'me pr bbl...... 75
NUTS.
i Pe ns pr lb..... 20
walnuts. ....... 25
I.5 Almonds......... 25
a Berries, 1 ". ')
OYSTERS
1II pr1,000 $1.50 Opened pr qt .. 15c
LIVE STOCK.
$ ia lu t) s .........$1 5.$5
115 H~'g ........... $4
T LTI tY
.5 Geese each... 45a50
s 7., l. 1 I1u,l-s ...-- 15a20
G.\ ,E -
i i pr i. 61,.1 Turkeys......75a1.00
FISH.
pithSSalt
_1I11pil pr doz ", Mullet pr bbl 5.00
T'oit. .. .. ., 5 Trout-........ 4.50
l'o lii'.'ln rI 1lb. ; Pomptino.... 10.00
-Stnll ,-,,, ) M keral .... i.I)
Fl o i:,.' I. ilinll,.
lm t" .I.


F! r.,,i uflf
S. dressed .... 20n30
*
Parker Prices Current.
FLOUl C('oi e,i4, 5@6 lbs 1 00
;I; per 1,1. 4 55 e-svst Iol 4 it,s.. 1 00
l., 1.1,1. -. 40 Iliec, 12@a01bs. 1 00
ler h.l. 80 Bean.-, white20. 1 00
er tiu.. 75 Lard, per i.... 12 O
l 6n 65 Bacon per lb... 13
i Hams, cal ...... 15
do canvassed... 15
Butter, best.... 35
Trea, per lb..... 35
3 00 Snli, per sack.. 1 00
M ILL. ETT
0a. i0 (IIIn bulk per lll. 5 Onl
s 1 00 Mackerel 80
o n, s18 lb 1 IMl Plompano 8 00
salt side I)2(
SALE.
beeswax per lb. 20
-IDES
cording to class
and quai;t- ;.
id foil all kinds of


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About twenllty miles eat uf
etn-cnla, thle holy of a strange
white e man \was foiiiu flouting in the
water. The man was neatly dressed
and appeared to be about 55 or 60
yeais of age. He evidently had not
been dead long as the blood was flow-
ing from his left eye. There was a
bruise on his forehead and those who
found him thought his neck had been
broken. In his pocket was a check k
with the name, J. W. Crump on it.
He also had on a Waterbury silver
watch which had stopped running at
1:49 a. m.
The body was buried at Mary
Esther Friday afternoon, and anyone
desiring father information of tihe
dead man can obtain it by addressing
William Henderson, Mary fEsth r,
Santa Rosa county, Fla, who discov-
ered the body.
Watson Bayon.
Correspondence of the Buor.
As it has been some time since
rhe Watson Bayou Plow Boy has
contributed anything for thie cIolun s
of the BUov, perhaps a few items may
be of interest to some of your numer-
ous readers.
We were glad to see the smiling
face of Miss Kittie Holmes, our \Vat-
son Beyou school teacher among us
Saturday night.
The Literary is progressing finely
and increasing interest is apparent at
each succeeding session. Tlhe ques-
tion for discussion at tlie next meet-
ing will be:
Resolved, That it is more profitable
for the schooner Nettie to stay on the
line between St. Andrews and lPen.
sacola than to abandon i, to tihe
steameri Gulf City.'
Miss Julia Chadwick, one of Wat-
son's Bayou's vomung ladies will take
passage on the Gulf City en route for
Chicago, where she wi!l visit the
World's F.,air.
Win. A. Giovor has just completed
somne good work o thie roadt at Tat-
son Bayou bridge.
John G over came hone from fish-
ing to spend Sunday. lie reports
'poor luck.
S. C. Prows' new house is nearing
c-nompletion under t lie .skill,'nl work-
nmanship of \Vin. II. Glover.
New potatoes and green peas is tle
program at E. B. Langhton's hospi-
able home. PLow Boy. I


v. Nei's---!'core One tor


IN THE DEEP, DEEP CULl',

Mourlfi'll Ending of an Exemp-
lary Life.
The citizens of St. Andrews Bay
and especially the little party thai
sailed on the Jessie P, for Pensacola
on April 20th will be shocked to hear
that one of that party has met the
sad fate of drowning in the gulf; Each
member of that party will remember
that their fellow passenger, J. W.
Crump was feeling quite badly and
most anxious to reach his Minne-
sota home, which he did in due time;
but arriving there the weather wa.s so
inclement and his physical condition
instead of improving, grew worse
and he decided to return to his East
Bay homestead, leaving Mrs. Crump
to attend to the business in Minne-
sota He arrived safely in Pensccola
in time to catch the schooner Jessie
P., and sail aA'n upon her for St.
Andrews. The voyage was being
made at night and at aboit 10
o'clock Capt. Schellenger, saw Mr.
Crump in the rigging, at the bow of
the boat and advised him to repair to
the cabin below, as he was about to
turn in; but Mr. C., declined to go
below and he, with Mate Holmes at
the tiller weie left on deck, at 12
o'clock the Captain came up to re-
lieve the mate and his first question
was, as to Mr. Crump; Mate Holmes
replying that he supposed he went in
the cabin; and then an there the
fearful truth dawned upon the two
sailors that their passenger had fallen
overboard. They were thirty miles
from Pensucola in the broad Gulf; it
was midnight and any attempt to re-
cover the unfortunate man was simp-
ly impossible, so they proceeded on
their mournful journey to St. An-
drews, and friends who had been
notified of the intending return were
at the wharf to welcome and care for
the esteemed invalid, when the sad
story of his loss was their sorrowful
greeting. The deceased was well
known and universally respected, and
thus goes out perhaps as near a
blameless life as man is capable of
living. The sympathy of sorrowing
friends for the bereaved Mrs. Cramip
is too heartfelt to find expression in
words, and, and they can only bid her
bear her loss with becoming forti-
tude and invoke peace to the memory
of her beloved companion.

TIHE BiPDY Fi'UND.
P- nsacoIla Nt ws.
Al,,,ut o'chck Fitlaiay imo ing
-it the ,,ll,-. t ..A &L U-,, ..=d l 111.--1


Sre'eaIl otl i .yI.c me in fron
Crooked Ismlaim u-iwt"---S:ii-iday at
home.
The "'Bill" arrived home from
South Floridat with her jolly crew,
Messrs. Matterson, Sheppard and
Jack Martin, looking sun burned and
happy.
.:iF. M. Boutelle recently bought Mrs.
Herrick's house and lot which joins
his other lo ts, thereyv making a
choice location, ii every respect.
Rev. Bates from Wewatiitchika
came down recently and preached iln
thle morni'lg and again at night on
Friday at tle school house.
A number of our citizens were out
on Wednesday and Tl'ursday of last
week working the road from here to
Bayou George.
We have both white and black
mulberiies ripe in this burhg, alnd
plmrlis ave beginning to lipen.il
The ,iessie P., al'i\ied here oh
Fri lay bringing the sad news of the
hsst Mr. Crleui,; lie was highly re-
s;pected a(id esteemi..1 by every one,
a:i,l we cai not find words to express
the doep regret we feel at his loss.
The Jessie P. went out-en route
for Pensacola. Jno. T. Pitts shipped,
a quantity of fish and over 600 0go-
phers-our popular "Florida chick-
ens" 'tis a fine thing they are se-
curely boxed for should they get
loose-weil-they would just natI;r-
ally crawl away with Capt. Jack,
schooner, and all. PPro PATRIA.

LADIES
Needing a tonic, or children who want build-
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Is a coninonl excla
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The Buoy.
. Oorrespojdence of theBlcoY.
We had a dramatic iferformiiance
in thie academy on Friday night called
t "The Last Loaf," for the benefit of
Sour base ball club. The play con-
Ssisted of two acts, and the actors
a played their parts very well.
It was a pronounced success and
Likely to be the precursor to many
more. All were pleased, while some
were surprised at the ability display-
Sed by our juveniles.
; Before the curtain rose we had a
solo performance on the banjo by Mr.
Bronson, and C. P. Lynch recited
Tam O'Shanter, The leading char-
acters in the play were Miss Lulu
Wiselogel, A. Max Wilson and Sid
Hawk, who were well sustained by
the Misses Wilson and Collier, F.
Hawk, F. Clarke and J. B. Lockey.
Mrs. N. Daniel presided at the organ
while Mrs. R. C. Horne and Mrs.
Jerdon sang a duet-"What are the
Wild Waves Saying?" being, one of
f Charles Dickens' sweetest and best
Sliced songs. It so pleased the audi-
Sence that an en core was asked for
sind we got "Starlight." The nmu-
sical performance was brought to a
close with "Home, Sweet Home,"
and all departed well satisfied with
the proof that dramatic and musical
talent is possessed by the people of
Chipley.
The first plain and true account of
the senatorial contest trial at Talla-
hassee came here in the St. Andrews
BuoY. Many citizens are reading the
constitution to find what provision is
made in it to meet the senatorial dif-
ficulty.
There is some talking about the
road law, and reference is made to
the Bill of Rights. It says "Neither
slavery nor involuntary servitude, ex-
cept as a punishment for crime,
whereof the party has been duly con-
victed, shall ever be allowed in this
state." Several poor men have to
leave their homes and patches and
walk miles and work for eight days
and board themselves to benefit the
property of absentee land owners,
MALACHY.
Rich, red blood as naturally results from
taking Hood s Sarsaparilla, as personal
cleanliness results from free use of soap
and water. This great purifier thoroughly
expels scrofula, salt rheum and other im-
parities.
Hood's Pills ire easy .et efin'cti\ c.
Parked Peneilings.
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1'mr 111. J I X 1 V. -
We take is oppuirtiunity Yt i4iurt, l
our sulicii ,rs that the new ConJ-
sioner ofPensions has been a poii d
He is an old soldier, and we believe i.i I
soldiers and the"-heirs will r'cciv'e justice
this hand. We do not initictpate thji
there will be'any radical changes in the-
administration of pension affairs under the
new regine.
We would advise, however, that U. S,
soldiers, sailors, and their heirs, take
steps to make application at once, if they
have not already doue so, in order to se-
cure the benefit of the early filing of their
claims in case there should he any future
pension legislation. Such legislation is
seldom retroactive. Therefore it is of
great importance that applications be filed
in tht department at the earliest possible
date.
IfU. S. Soldiers, Sailors, or their Wid-
ows, Children, or Parents desire infor-
mation in regard to pension matters, they
should write to The Press Claims Com-
pany, at Washington, D. C., and they will
prepare and send the necessary applica-
tion, if they find them entitled under
the numerous laws enacted for their
benefit. Address.
Press Claims Company,
John Weddeburn ManagingAtty.
Washington, D. C.
P. 0. Box 385.
A Popular Competition.
The publishers of the Ladies' Home
Magazine presents its great Bible Com-
petition to the public of America. This
competition closes on May 30th, 193 (15
days thereafter being allowed for letters
to reach us from distant point .)
Q;:ST.IXNS-1. Which is the licgest
book in the New Testament? :. Wftich' is
the shortest? 3. The longest verse? 4. The
shortest?
FHo'w ro CO,.:ETE.-Write thie questions
down, and follow with t' e answers. Mail
this to us, together with $1 to pay for six
monil'." s ubscription to the Ladies Home
Magazeine-oine of the best hlrne naga-
zr;ies of tile d;ty, a1i i' your an.sweRs are
correct you will receive o.e of the foilo'v-
ing prizes:
$1001) in gold; ,$50 in gold; i-'.0 in
Solid; 100 in gold; ()500 !eeganit Silver
iea Sets; Organs; Pianos, &-. Every-
thing fair and square. Senid postal card
fr ist of former prize winners. Over
Teni T'housand Dollars distributed during
he ,st two years. Adldress: Tie LADIES'
iIOMF: MAGAiNsn, Pcterborough, Canada

A. J. TRISKET,


LACKS ITi(
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1"ia ,L-AlCIT.H
Repairer of Plows
Aiid all Kilds 0I Farim ul1iiJ Iellt
HaviIng establi.hel mivysef in thel ol'
shop on Coonimtorce street I aii'-pro-
pare I to do ail kinds of Hlacl;.-liti( ,,
wit 'n ;it re i pair work pr'ii 'it lyaail
at Ireaso; a'le prices. e 1ri-i i ,;'-
blacksinith work to A. J. TRISK '',
Commerce st., St. Andrews, F


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Nature is renlewing lhl 3 ui', her
admirers feel dull, sluggish and tired.
This condition is owing nmalitj to
the impure condition of the blood,
and its failure to supply healthy tis-
sues,to the various organs of the
body. It is remarkable how sBscept-
ible the system is to the help to be
derived from a good medicine at this
season. Possessing just those puri-
fying, building-np qualities which
the body craves, Hood's Sarsapa-
rilla soon'overcomes that tired feeling,
restores tile appetite, purifies the
blood, and, in short, imparts vigor-
ous health. Its thousands of friends
as with one voice declare "It makes
the Weak Strong."
An Exception.
Vogue.
iHostess-"May I give you a bran-
died peach Mr. Clubman?"
Mr. Clubman--Thanks; I don't
generally care for peaches, but ap-
preciating the spirit in which this is
offered, will I take one." "
To Get at the Facts
Regarding Hood's Sarsaprilla, ask th
people who take this medicine, or read the
the testimonials often published_ in this
paper. They will convince you that Hood's
Cures.
Hood's Pills cure constipation.
Exactly.
Troy Press.
A girl can't pick a banjo and wash
dishes. Thar's probably one reason
why so many pick b.rjos.
Gilt Edge Bargains in Real Estate.
160 acres ef chioc? land, directly east of
Long Point on East Bay; half mile bay
fsontage; good, 4-room frame house with
2-room annex; out-buildings, sheds, etc;
good drive-well; 5 or ti acfes fenced with
good picket fence, besides cow, hen and
hog lots; about 100 fruit trees and vines
just ready to bear. Price $1000; or will be
rented until sold.
Five or more acres good fruit land on
East PeniHnula to exchange for a lathe.
73 acres or more on Watson Bayou,
splendid water fronts, numerous flowing
springs, fine location, story anda-half
house 14 x 22, five acres fenced with good
board fence, 18 bearing fruit trees; price
$1,000, partly on time if desired.
Five acres, all fenced, partly planted iA
fruit; comfortable new house, etc., foiu
miles from St: Andrews oi East Bay road;
price $400.
1 acre bay front west of/Willett's iitll-
165 feet bay frontage; partly gru'bi l:
price $150. ,
1,00fin a'res finei wild land o 1 "i'll
Bait oi; pric t .il..') pl'-r I
Title.s to l this prole' *i
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.n.r. OF KY. UNIVERSITY,
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Ch, eapesf & Pe.f Rusiness Co 'oleg in the World.
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NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
LAND OFFICE AP GAINESVILLE, FLA.,
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
his claim, and that said proof wi'l be
made before W. Is. Lastsiter, clerk of the
circuit court 'it Vernon, Fla en June
15, 1S93, viz.
BENJAMIN B. BROWN ,of Econfina, Fla-
Hd 1(,554, for the soutscast quarter of the
southeiafst quwtrter of section 10 and the
east half of the northeast quarter of sec-
tion 15, township 1 s' range 13 w.
He names the following witnesses to
.nv, Lhis ,icnitiin,,lu resiih r nee lul in anid
1. ,. 1:,1 till]d : \ iz :







intention to unke finial proof in support
of his claim, and that said roof will be
made I)afore H B. Gaskin, clerk of tilhe
cicuit. e('i. r, at Blountsown, tFla. on
11t 1;th; 1 :,1:! viz.
ELBERT BURK. ol Parker, Fla.,
id I1670 for lots 2, 3 and 4 of see. 1-. tp
5s. rangP 14w.
He naniesf' the following witnesses to
prove his continuouss r sidenee upon and
cultivation of s;iid land. viz:
Thos Bahker ;and J. R.D one, of Parker,
Fl.i, Thoma.s iWslett of' HarrisOn, Fla.,
and Win. Gained' 6;f St Andrews Bay', Fi'.
A I.:x. Ly.xcH Reeister.

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; ROAD CARTS,
BUCK BOARDS, ONE HORSE and FARM WAGON .:CA
REPAIRING ATTENDED TO PROMPTLY.
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Crain, Feed and Flour, Spec alt I,


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Contractor for all kinds of


MARBLE AND STONE W'
Manufacturer of the Latest Designs in ionunients & Toul.;mb-%;,
Agent for
Iron Fenles, and Other Ornamental Wor. --
Correspondence Solicited and Designs and l:st itiitr Made ,,n Ap; i' i u.


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The Edna Piano & Organ Oo., Mroevitle,, OL.. ,A.
High Grade Instruments only. Piano cased organs
lrA OR A I a specialty. The accompanying cut represents our
---UPMUaT GRAND PIANO ORGAN.----
This beautiful piano model is certainly the acme of
perfection and stands pre-eminent above all (ompeti-
tore without a known peer In the world.
THE ONLY ONE OF ITB SIND IN THE WOniL.
Beautifulin design, un equaled in quality o.'
finish, and unsurpassed in solidity of cot: ",. .
Full piano size and proportion, piano finish,
pedal, continuous hinge on lock-board, piano i
0 R lIl H rack, piano frets of the latest design of track: 7.- - 1
carved piano trusses, etc., and unlike all ot i '"
eased organs on the market, has the most per.ect :'o
$ B MBi B Baction. The lock-board is made in two sectRo .-
first section folding back and laying in the -
section, in which position the instrument presents a
pianoappearance. By a second motion lrdi, i
section i slightly raised, and swinging back : ;
upper front-brings the stop-action Into pro..
We have also many beautiful and artistic d ..
high top styles that are unsurpassed by Anr i...
Sturer in the world. Correspondence solictc-;.
1logue mailed on application. Address
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Instruments sent on approval and guara nt- 1.
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A NICE YOUNG '
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goods, ctr;i ynl' a, all work trusted to Goodii size; broke for 1'1,' '
him baggage delivered to any part of work.,- A1,1lVt
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Circular Saws; Belting; Iron, Steel; Brass and Iron Fittings

NAILS, BUILDERS HARDWARE, WROUGHT IRON PIPE,
Cutlery, Guns, Fishing Tackle, Ammunition, Railroad and Boat Spikes;
AGENTS EOR
MUNSON & Co. Belting Co., Leather Belttng, Diamond Rublber, Lace Leather.
SPECIAL A'-L"'J-=LNTION Gri V .1- TO MN A TT, TQI:)DME1RS.
Corner of Palafox and R6mana Streets,

PENSACOLA, FLA.
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Th ST ANDREWS BAY


Horticultural a nud Iorvmemut

J R Xoc nation.

ORGANTZEF JANUARY. 9, 1892.

The object of this Association is .to Improve the Country adjacent to St.
Andrews Bay and to
Develop its Resources as a Fruit-Growing 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.
AS TO RELIABILITY OF THE ASSOCIATION.
-" ;The first question wh;ch will naturally be asked will be: "Is this Asso-
ciation reliable"? And the answer to it is: Any person employing the Association
to ie improvements may deposit an approximate payment of the estimated cost of
the san 6-ith any responsible business man or firm doing business on the Bay or in
Bank at their own home to be paid over only when the Association shall satisfacto-
rily show that the improvements have been made according to agreement.
The Association will not only improve and plant, but watch and care for
all property entrusted'to its keeping, guarding against forest fires, dishonest pilferers
or damages from any cause possible to be prevented.
From a careful estimate ol" the probable expense and income of a fruit
plantation in the St. Andrews Bay country a few figures are given:
Prjei-of ana per acre, say $25 to $50; cost of cleaicng. say $20; -ost of planting 1st
Aiar, say $30; cost of cultivation .a i year t h- ;ea. ir, t-Jl
SIt is not exfravagant to estimate that a 1-acre vineyard will on the third
..year, if properly cultivated, yield $200 worth of fruit, and of peaches nearly or quite
the same, while figs should do even better than that. Then, though perhaps a little
longer, some of them, in coming into profitable hearing may be named pears, apricots,
nectarines, plums, prunes, mulberries, olives, Japan persimmons almonds English
walnuts, Japai. chestnuts, pecans, and many other varieties of fruits and nuts. which
are almost certain to flourish here; while oranges and citrus fruits, though not con-
sidered certain yieldlarge returns oftener than they miss.
The Secretary of the Assodiation will give particular attention to an-
swering letters of inquiry, and the Buor will in its answers to correspondents an-
swer all questions asked it.
R E M E M B E R the Association Lands will be sold on Easy
Terms of Payment; but improvements must be paid for as satisfactory proof is given
that the work has been performed. C O RRESP O NDENCE S 0 LIC ITE D.
Address R. E. HOWARD, Sec.
Harrison, Fla.

THE PEERLESS EXTENSION TABLE.


A BOX OF TABLE LEAVES IS NOT AN ORNAMENTAL PIECE OP
FURNITURE FOR ANY DINING-ROOM; AND IF PLACED IN
SOME CLOSET, THERE IS ALWAYS MORE OR LESS TROUBLE IN
GETTING AT IT. AVOID ALL BOTHER BY GETTING A "PEERLESS"
TABLE IN WHICH THE LEAVES ARE CRATED.
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.
We can suit your pocket-book.


THE HILLSDALE MFG. CO.,


A SECTIONAL MAP
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nd the
Bay Country.

We have made arrangements by
which we can furnish this fine MAP
covering bout eighteen miles square
of territory, including the Cincinnati
Company's Tract, also Harrison,
Parker, Cromanton, nd adjacent
country, for
ONE DOLLAR.
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 willlocate their
lots and return the Man by mail.
Address THE Buoy,
St. Andrews, Fla.


A MAP
Of the City of t. Anlrews,
Gotten up with great care by the
publisher, who has spared no pains
to prepare for the public a map of
St. Andrews as it really is. It shows
about
FOUR MILES OF COAST LINE,
Extending eastward from Dyer's
Point, taking in the Old Town site of
St. Andrews, andl gives location of
public business places, private rehi-
dences, docks, etc., also every l::t in
each block and the ad!joiiing addi- I
tion to the Ci incinati C('pany'
-J land, with a full dsc.rin ti";a of the
same.
The- Map will show owners of lots
in the city just where they aro lo-
cated, and is of vrai to those think-
ing of buying property.
Size of Ma:p )' x A I-cts.
The BUOY will ,ii'nd this Im1p to any
i a'ldress on thi, receipt Of
ONE DOLLAR





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Information and advice given to Inventorewithout
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DEALER IN
Drugs, Medicines,

FANCY
AND
Toilet Articles.


Prescriptions anFamily Receipts
CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED.
St. Andrews, Fla,

PALMETTO
Mattresses Brushes!

ALSO WALKING CANES!
Manufactured by
W. F. ROTZEIN.
Examination of these Mattresses
and Brushes will prove their superi-
ority over any other material.
Call and Examine these Brushes and Mat-
tresses or Write for Prices.
Residence onedloor north of Postoffice

FOUND!
IN ST. ANDRrws,
Men who wear

SHIRTS
Of all kinds and styles; you can
Have them 1MADE by measure,
Laundricd in the best style,
and Warranted TO ive satisfaction.

VWhenyou ORDER remember
V. D. CREENE
is the manufacturer.
SPANISH CATARRH CURE.
KING OF PAIN.
For Catarrh, Coughs or Colds. Bronchitis
Asthma, Headache, Sprains, Swell-
ings, Bruises, Ncur'algia, Liver
Comnulaint. Rheumatism,
Cramps, Colic, Toothache, Dipth-
eria, Sore Throat. Price Fifty Cents.
We guarantee satisfaction or we give you
back ybur money. Call at vour Drug
Stome o: apply to W. F. HALL,
For sale by Lordsburg, Cal.
DR. J J. KESTER.
St. Andrews, Fla.


Aliead oft J;tlniesWaufB1^
'ribee lived in Norn.aiinly wlier
lie was b.irin il 1.57 a lman natimel
Solomon Cans. He was an engineer
and architect and had held several
important positions. He wrote a
great many scientific works and
papers, of which however, no one
took much notice during his life, says
Invention, and finally was seized
with an idea which made his friends
and relatives fear that he was mad.
After pestering the king and the
cardinal at Paris he was ordered to
be taken to Bicetre-the mad
house-and there shut up. This
was done. They had just one way
with mad people those days. They
shut them in iron cages and fed then
through the bars like wild beasts.
They did this to Solomon Caus.
For a long time he stood behind
those bars all day and called to those
who would listen, and to them re-
peated the story lie told to the cardi-
nal. He became the jest of the place.
Some of them even gave him .writing
materials, and then, and there amid
the misery of his surroundings, he
wrote down his ideas and amused his
jailers so much the more. However
it could not be long before such a
life, such surroundings would shatter
any brain. In time Solomon Caus
was as mad as every and one beleiv-
ed him.
It was in 1624 that an English
nobleman, Lord Worcester, went to
Paris and visited Bicetre. As he
was passing through the great court,
accomplained by the keeper, a hideous
face with matted beard and hair ap-
peared at the grating and a voice
shrieked wildly: "Stop! stop! 1
am not mad. I am shut up here
most nnjustly. I have made an in-
vention that would enrich a country
that adopted it." "What (toes he
speak?" the marquis added ,his
guide "(Oh, that is his mad ess."
said the man laughing. "That is
a mn an called Solomon Caus He is
from Normandy. lie believes that
bv thie use of the steamn of boiling
water he can make ships go over the
ocean and make carriages travel by
land-in !act, do all sorts of wonder-
ful things.I e has even wNriteina
book about it which I can show you."
Lord Worcester asked for tlhe book,
glanco.d over it and desired to be con-
ducted to the cell ef thie write.
iii'n he returned lie had been wcp-
ing. "'lThe |,,or man, i., c c tu vily m ;1,!
Iii' li Ih 1 mil, l \\lien -.1 1m1m -
Mini lie
OR Iiiis of Ie age. o
min a v:d eiy a rc [ n '\
ter thi.- ll orl \\'n ,ce-tor 'int.i.\ 0
-effoi ts to procure the liberation of the
man, who doubtless would ihv been
restored to reason by freedom a nd
ordinary surroundings, but in vain;
the cardinal was against him and his
English friend began to fancy that
lie himself had lost his sense, for one
wrote to another:
"'My lordt is remarkable for never
being satisfied with any explanations
which are given him, but always
wanting to know for himself, al-
though he seems to pierce to the
very center of a speaker's thoughts
with his big blue eyes tliat nevei
leave theirs. At a visit to Bicetre
he thought he had discovered a ge-
nious in a madman, who declares he
he would travel the world over with
a kettle of boiling water. He desire
ed to carry hiim away to London that


he might listen to his extravgance8
from morning to night, and would, I
think, if the maniac had not beei
raving and chained to the wall."
Thus in Bicetre died the man to
whom, alfer his works were publish-
ed, many people gave the credit ol
Leing the discoverer of steam power,
and it is sa:d that from the mann-
script written in prison Lord WoVr-
cester gathered the idea of a machine
spoken of as "water-conmanding
inachine." which lie afterwaids in-
ventedl. Historians have denied that
Cause died in prison, but there ex-
ists a letter by Marion de Lorne, who
w;As with Lord Worcester at the time
of his interview with Caus, which
establishes this fact beyond doubt.

If you feel weak
and all worn out take
BROWN'S IRON BITTERS


Here I coniC again to thank Iy i
cuntomIri.s for their liberal patronage,
aild I will try to please them with
GooM Materieol and Reasonale
C0 T : :SR I- B s-
So call on
UNCLE OHARLEY'--
You will Find him in the Postoffice
building at Parker, ready at all times
to Repair Your Boots and Shoes


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U -a Ir e- Z'S.
11on vhtsOwn it
' SU. ulutrOe that a good
many are looking towalidl St.
Andt s a place. of winter resort,
and a words about the routes
over whi h the place may be reached
will 1hc found serviceable to those
wishing tb) visit us who have never
made the trip. Of the various routes
there is little if any difference in the
matter ,of expense. Coming via Mo-
bile or Pensacola and the Gulf, the
steamer Gulf City and the schoon-
er Jessie P. make regular trips
trips, every possible attention is giv-
en to the comfort of passengers, and
with favorable winds the trip from
Pensacola is made in from twelve to
eighteen hours; or, take the P. & A.
railroad at Pensacola or wherever else
you may strike it, for Chipley; the
distance from here to St. Andrews
overland with a very good road, is
fty-two iiil'- ; a new livery firm in
Chipley have put in service a line of
comfortable, new hacks with good
teams, the trip is made in one day,
and the prices charged will be as reas-
onable as circumstances will warrant;
ior, A4it-eL'efrl.'eri.,l to Robt. Baker
of St. Andrews, whose advertisement
is to be found in the Buoy, making a
date for him to meet you at Maiianna,
Cottondale, or any convenient station
on the P. & A.; or, coming from the
north to Montgomery, Ala., to Bain-
Ga., over the Alabama Midland rail-
road and thence to Wewahitchka by
steamboat or a cheaper route is to
come from Montgomery to Eufala,
Ala over the M. & E. railroad and
by h;'v, ncr to tVewahichka, where
a hack cn: be found to convey you
sixteen tmoils to Wetappo; here con-
ncLie:U !iin v ie mnade with the East
L;ay 'ail sailboats, making daily
trips up and down the Bay; and
the passage froin the head of the
Bay to St. ,Andrews will be made
in a few hours, affording a delightful
ride over one of the finest bodies of
water in the worli at small cost; this
route may also, 1o l taken advantage of
by taking the ). & A. to River Jnnc-
tion, th..i:ce to (Gonlon!n, WVmwahitchka
anld \Vtap.po. If thle W\ewahitchka
route he taken, dates may be fixed
ahead with parties there for hack
to be in readliiless at any tune.
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AND OTHnR CONTAGIOUS AWi INFECTIOUS
A Powerful Disinfectant and deodoriz-
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known to medical science. It destroys
any offensIve odor completely in a few
seconds, as well as the cause the odor,
thereby preventing and arresting the
spreading of all contagious diseases.
Vouched for by the highest Sanitary
Authorities.
MANUFACTURED BY THE
INDIANAPOLIS CHEMICAL CO.,
5,3 lladisoniv e., Inilanapolls,lld.


EMMONS & LYNCH,
Publishers and Stationers,
Have the exclusive sale of these cel-
ebrated Glasses in
St. Andrews, Fla.
KELLAM & MOORE,
The only Manufacturing Opticians in
thle South.
l"'1Peddlers are not supplied with these
famous Glasses.
FOR S -LE
A LIGHTNING LATER,
New and Warranted in Every Rcspee
A Large Size Camera and Photog
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With full Instructions for us
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Used and endorsed by nearly 10,000 progressive Merchants.

It has the latest Improved combination
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It Is the quickest rgtster to operate.
It recordsataanctions in the ordermade.
It records money paid out and eOeived
S on account.
It shows who does the work.
It educates you in correct methods.
It greents disputes in case of error.
It will pay Its cost every month in saving
of time and money.
It is ractical, durable and reliable.
It is guaranteed for two yea .
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FOR FULL PARTICULARS;
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QUEENSWARE, GLASSWARE,


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Baker's H ack Lino
Having recently purchased
An Elegant Hack,
I am prepared to Carry Passengers to and
from Chipley, Vernon, Marianna and oth-
er points with Comfort"and expedition.
At ReasonabhIo Prices.
-Parties wishing to reach the Bay will ie
met by appointment at Chipley, Marian-
na or other points. Address
ROB'T BAKER, St. Anrdews, Fla


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