Title: St. Andrews buoy
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Title: St. Andrews buoy
Uniform Title: St. Andrews buoy
Alternate Title: Saint Andrews buoy
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Emmons & Lynch
Place of Publication: St. Andrews Fla
Publication Date: June 1, 1893
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Saint Andrews (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Washington County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Washington -- Saint Andrews
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General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 27 (Sept. 28, 1893).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00073857
Volume ID: VID00130
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ONLY $-1 A YEAR:

LARGEST OIROULATION.


Best AuVortisinj mediii:


SAND)REWS, FLA., JUNE I, 1893.


NO. lo.


iAL DILCiLUORY,
0(1 *------ .
Tin. ianD'l I'.,-..-, Monticello;
lin-,n Call, J;tck.w)Oviile.
i,,...-.- I l District, S. It. M[al-
,'i.-.si,.. 2d 1Disirict, C. M.


-r\ --.il-r,.r A.\x. Lynch; Re-
1\ ^ In. .1 I. Shlnih.II. Ga.in.-tIllr..
\STATE.
S',-Ileiii L. Miitchell; Attorney
)I \'i u. B. La:iar; Secretary of
... L. Ora word; Comptroller, W.
i ,,,xin;; Commissioner of Agricul-
urie. L. l. \\ li: Superintendent
,.I I',,ieC Instrufctioln, W. N. Sheliiits;
Trt-ar;l -r, t'. B. Collins: Justice of Su-
I.*t*,nie C'ourt, 1R. F. Taylor, Tallahbassee.
SINr.\VroniA.l, 1"ST'RICT.
n.:1tu-- .l.i. .) ~ W'eks, Chipley.
W ASIsINTON CoUNTY.
Ip,.,reii aitive, W. R. Sainer, Chipley,
C'utl1 J.lL'.. Wi. B.ones, Vernon;
Clerk .i' '.,urt, County Clerk, Recorder
'df D)el. W. B. Lassitter, Vernon;
,. L'' ;i tl', : C !.I I T. n!l,..ct. 1r, .1.
t icy, Vt ih.i; i .1i Assessor, A.
J. li .I-ssy P3 point; SPioli iiil ..itt
,il I-uli Instruction, IL. L Ulharles,
'ernin'ii; Sui vevor, 'I 1.-i Collins, Chip-

ST. AN I,'t:wS.
justice of the le. '.. G. B. Tliompson;
I krv l'uliiIr-, Di)piuty Circuit Court
rk, It. Ii. Hlop kii.; School. Super-
*'Isr, t R. F lr.i kiii; P]r-_t .Mi-res-,
r Mrs. E. P. Ma.IIon..
fi .\ It iii iSN.
Nviilrv 'ii 'ulic. G. 1. 'Thompson; Post-
inle.-ter, C. J. [lemorest.
PARKER.
_'adLmikt ress,. Annie R. Parker.

C.(ALIOU N ('oi 'r. --CROMANTON.
Notaries, E. Ml.-hiei, Flrank Hoskins;
Po',t aster(i., W. M. Cronman.

RELIGIOUS.
S 31 -t hod ist -Ch ur1ih 'crner of Washing-
itn nve'in. andl C'he-.tnit street-Rev. W.
M. lCr,.:inan p!tlor. 1'relchiug at 11 a. m.
anld ;::iI p. in.. every altrrnl>e Sunday.
Sev enth I'ay Ba pt it-M-3c.-i- every Sat-
rday at Ii o'clock a. in., corner of Wood-
Iine avenue and 1-iy Vi' w -tre.-t ; praiver
Ilne.rillng sai le p._lace er l vy ridai y e\en in:i-
at ':n .>
SPrecl,\.trii n-i-- h:lurCl h cutner Lor.ine
ll and D)r.kc, strre.t. Rev. C. P.
Sl"ader" (ir r t-'ianil) Ipr'achls I .t pi rnis-C-
sion ciery altiriiaite Suud.i y at 1 :.i3 p. Ii.
(Cattholic- AClurch .' urc. r \ '.,,i in t ui e-
inue aInd Forler .,tr,:t.

BUSINESS DIRECTORY.

-. 1,. F 1>. I.1,
Notary I'ubli lt. t tli c 't.e a't Large. Of-
fice in Jno. T. Piltt stare,
PARKS, FL.\.
.W H. PIARKER,
SNotary P'ublic and Surb' or.. Spccial'lat-
r_ M,,tion given to all NI)tarial. ; in as;



w er> welpei A d Op5cian.
Office and p1e.rooth n Go. .is-
sell's itNre, corner ot' Bay View and
Suing avenues.
ndrews, Florida.
R. D. HUPKIN.S,
SN tary Public.
and Depti Circuit Court Clerk.
Office aind I Algings in the Rolney
building b.d door nortl of postoffice.

il DR.J. J. KESTER,
Homeopathic Physician and Ac-
coucher. Office Pioneer Drug Store,
corner of Shell avenue and Michi-
g street,
St. Andrews, Florida.
W. 0. BUTLER.
Attorney at Law. Practices in State
ind Federal Courts. Will attend the
courts of St. Andrews when wanted
Residence and office,
Slipley, FlIrida

EDWIN A. EMMONS,
_f;r'l 7 e,-.pqjKer and Periodical
S-T 0 Y -
CHIc.A( HERALD, N. Y. WORLD, N.
Y. HERALD AND CON'UIIRENT PUBLI-
CATIONS, ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC AND SAN
FRANCISCO EXAMINER.

Subscriptions Solicited.

BTHE MAILS.
SIS. MAXO-N Po'T tIsrn E. L
East, we-t and north uinail, ria. Chilley de-
parts every day except Sulnday .it I-
o'clock; arrives every day except Sun'2
aav at 12:30 p. m.
t Ban mail lor Harrison, Cromanton,
-L .ta'ker, Farmndil and WVeta.ippo, blaes
: vws going east eeL'ri nlorning
rives, coming west
every afternoon at 3 o'clock.

Late Register U, S. Late Chief Clerk U.
Land Ottice, 8. Land Office.
G:ainesville, Florida.
L. A. B.u..ae. W. PORTERB.
BARNES & PORTER,
Land Attorneys,
aiesville. Florida.


Seven years experience in the U. S.
Land Office.
All matters before thi, U. S. Land Olfice
at Gainesville, Fnla., nd General Land Of-
fice at Washington, D. C., will receive
, prompt attention,
SPatents 1irocIIred in all classes of land
entries, and particularly in cases of Span-
ish Land Grants. Parties notified of Can-
cellations. Anmendni-nts and changes of
entries effe'ted. Cilntests carefully con-
ducted.


SURBER'S


EXPRESS
I am prepared to iIi all kinds of
Hauling at the lowest living rates
aRul 'ive entire satisfa,'ttiin.
WOOD AND FENCE POSTS
Cut anld delivered at reaso,.na lle rates


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.-,.- .y 2--- iJM ..Br .y -!-v..- ,: y
WT 1 vl gri.v "o'er .~Ahtat caught.
Ile-
The spirit linger ve, unseenft
And'li!ds Iny i Wlniu'rijig t ought to
bhee;
But there's a barrier firm and strong,
Whlich we can never fail to see-
And though the days and years ihe
long,
It is too late for you and ie!l

Her Dad Had Been Stampeded.
"I beg to be excused. I don't le-
long in this roundup. I'm off my
reservation."
That was the peculiar reply a very
stylish and remarkably handsome
young woman made when a Wash-
ing Stat reporter struck her for a
description of gowns, which must
have been -'fetching" indeed with
that girl's splendid brunette beauty
inside of them.
"Oh, well, most everybody is
strange here now," was the society
reporter's cheerful response. "We
are very anxious to have all the no-
table people-"
"That's it. I'm not a "notable,"
said the brisk young woman.
"Dad's not an officeholder or an
officeseeker. He's just a plain, every-
day cattle baron. and we're not in it
this trip. We're stampeded."
"Stampeded?"
"Yes; we don't feed with these
kind of cattle, you know. Our crowd
is "Rl", these people all belong to the
"D" dash range, and they've turned
off the water, burned all the grass,
cut all our fences and stampeded us
in great shape. Four years from
now if you happen to be around here
you will find the national range in
the hands of the old bosses again
and I'll have no objection to giving
you a description of my harness.
Just now I'm a stray and object to
leing bunched with this outfit."
.The objections must have been in-
telligible to the societyy reporter, for
they were accepted, and the daughter
of the "'plain, every-day cattle bar-
on" was excused from being "brand-
ed" as mixing with a bbreed of
political "cattle" by which she had
bsen "stampeded.".

The United States contain 194,-
000 square miles of coal fields.

Every night in London over 6,000


WI, W. SURBER. persons sleep in the open air,


PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY.
Cne oilllar a Year in Advance,

EMM ONS & LYNCH
Publishers and Proprietors
W a. A. EMoxs. E. J. LYxciH.

Ad\~ .lt :ig Rates MadI Known on
Application.

That Odious Poll Tax.
Dedicated to the freemen at Tallahassee
Called the Legislature.
Written for tle lh:ov.
You may talk as you please
About ancient democracies;
Of their liberties fled,
Of their patriots dead,
Of the blood that was shed
Because they had not on their head
A poll tax.
You can 1:.ll ,:a 'lit Iflo ,.-I,ra, _
And how von -ii. '..'..,, thi in.
Who squandered our money, with ac-
counts lax;
Of the good you have done,
Of the blessings to come;
But you leave us the unwelcome poll-tax.

Strike then from our head.
Of slavery the last shred
The link in the chain that of sin smacks;
The lone chance for knavery,
A foe to freedom or bravery,
The nasty poll tax.
They said it was Baskin;
But now we are asking'
Of freemen, the right to be free.
Yes the poll-tax remove,
Let. democracy prove
Herself mother of true liberty,
Ant banish the poll-tax.
When we charge a man for his vote,
We teach him how to sell it.
Manhood suffrage is the visible proof
Of lII.erty.
Tax him for all else lie possess il'f .y'
1w i l l :
But his vote should I,e free anl uin-
traiinmeled.
Is it so with our pill-tax?'
C. '. L.
Too Late.
Too late to dream of fancies bright,
For francies fade and ninught remain,
.Slve lonely hearts and darkest night,
Where vain regrets in sorrow reign:
In mouinful tones I .sing this song,
And "reive o'er cruel Fate's decree-
F.r tho' the avys and years be long,
It id too late forwou and me!



: . '.. u'.
.ile t. "t're .-are .e
L A)' .satid f the I lot ,
t *nthli theni are anxiot
witll su many sellers andr o fewi b.
it ih not wotrh whilb to put your
lots on the market; better improve
anid put a comn.nercial value upon
them.
C. H. B., Chicago, Ill.: Most as-
suredly the laud can be profitably
used; estimates have clearly proven
that the small lots planted in Ni-
agara gral es will pay good returns
for the investment; but of course, the
larger the size of tIhe tract the better
returns might be expected; write to
thle secretary of the St. Andrews Bay
Horticultural and Improvement As-
sociation; the block you refer to is
7 miles n e of the -buoY office.
W. S. B., Olympia, Wash.: The
foregoining wi 1 also reply to you,
except that the block you name is
about half the distance frim here
in the same direction. -
J. F. B Ft. Worth, Tex.: There
is no set rule regarding the value of
real estate; choice bay front lots are
held all the way up to $1,000; while
you may go back into the contiguous
country and get just as good a
lot, so far as the land is concerned,
for $1, and there is equally as wide
a range in farming lands; plenty of
lands for $2.50 per acre.
J. F. A, JIsper, Ala.: The fore-
going recites all we can say in your
behalf; we should advise you by all
means to keep the taxes paid up; but
above all to improve and put a com-
mercial value upon your holdings; as
you do not give the qr. sec. t. and r.,
no one can tell where your lot may be.
Mrs. H. H. D., St. Louis, Mo.:
There are no taxes due on your lots;
but there shortly will be, and the
probability is 25c will cover it; better
send about that amt, together with
$1 for subscription;, it will be placed
to your credit and we shall be prepar-
ed to pay the tax as soon as the col-
lector will receive it: you may depend
upon your interests receiving satis-
factory attention if you do your part
toward it; be sure and send correctly
filled out blank when you send the
money.
W. P. C., Washington, D. C.:
You can hardly expect your interests


I .B> .[L, iali~pUA-5u~r.. Io;i ,Le


"He is one of those sepoys," muttered
Simpson,"and the fellow means murder."

CHAPTER X,
"DO JUST AS I TELL YOU." ,















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"I have something important to say to
you."
Although Detective Simpson had never
seen either of the East Indians who were
so closely identified with the rajah's
ruby, he identified this fellow the mo-
ment his shadowy figure was outlined
against the lamplight of the room be-
yond.
The round skull cap, with its dangling
tassel, the thin hooked nose, the long
wiry mustache and prominent chin-all
these were unmistakable as their sil-
houette showed against the yellow back-
ground.
"Dr. Maidhoff has deceived him in
some way about the gem," was the con-
clusion of the watcher, "and that fellow
has come back to revenge himself upon
him."
The large limb upon which Wichman
was crouching put out from the trunk
below the window sill so that his body
from the waist downward was in im.
penetrable gloom, but the rest was so
plainly shown that the watcher detected
every movement.
The fellow cautiously raised his head
until he must have gained a glimpse of
the interior. At the same time he
shrouded his movements as much as he
could, doubtless through fear that the
couple in the room would discover him.
The weird figure of the man and his
noiseless movements suggested the fear-
ful belief that the miscreant was about
to wreak terrible vengeance upon both
of them.
"If such is his intention," thought
Simpson, "I don't think I'll stand limr
and allow it. I can't see very well in this
darkness, but if I .-:i,'t wing him with
my revolver it will be the poorest shot I
Sever made."
SThe impending tragedy was sure to
overthrow all the calculations made by
the sagacious detective and to bring


Answers to Correspondents. to receive a great -iglit of gratituiti,
The 'ITo is no teal estate agency; attention so long as you are neither a
ineitllr 'buyso, sells, or puts a price si: cliiilen or send stauip- ~ cn'luct
u pon lots; it, has advertisers who pat/ the itelessary lc.. l r.,p !.'i..'i, ; wve a're
attention to such matters; address nothing if not watchful of tine iiiter-
thenm. Any question asked will be ests (if onr patrolln; but vin should
answered cheerfully and to the very at least expect to d1o yo.r pariSt in tihe
best of our ability and all we ask i remiss.
in return is that the seeker for infor- The BHoYu's advice to all it, cor-,
mation help along the work we have resp:ondents is to become" rc'gu!ar
undertaken-that of building up -Sto. suniscrilers, keep .poyt.-,I all avail
Andrews and the Bay country and y.'ilrselvcs of tile generous 'oi. h ex-
adding value to every piece of propl- o 'ui- h l'
erty owned by our questioners by at .
once becoming and remaining sub- p i
scribers to the Buoy. Remember that iL 1' i
we attend promptly to tln-he Ia'iyIent if
taxes for .lull.s.-c'iri le'r.witJt IuIt lra ge .
r.,r ,.,ur s, ^ ,.,..-- ,il, \niri- *. .
C,- i Nt 2,. o r t-h A rir a rea a-

companied with a full and complete i'."- .l
description of the land-we can in
no instance hunt up old letters to rco.rtuED. -
find it; they are not preserved-also i n..r, L,5 tiY one tmnin tto blJe.'
with at least six cts. postage, for the tie reflected, "a'- 'l that is t:, Climit it
collector's office is fifty miles away tree which grows near the building;. I
can hardly hoy to ov.:rli':: Ibih iI I.'on-
and, to do any business with him we versa;ti'n, but-I.may -..- '-.l mtinra -:-rtb
must write him; send two cts for his knowing-L. i heavens" .
answer anndtwo cts more are required tied for a tht moment h' nR t .l
to answer the correspondent: discovery that ie was not f.kN)Lyindh-
J. H. J., White Sulphur Springs, vidualmoviian.n thle tr an l.:-
ing td o'p.'I',tr.Jte the mystery cf th.- Liv-
Mont.: This country is as free from ,eriti,:,:. l.,ii,.-t .I. There was anothl r
chills and fever as any in :he United person enga:.l .i mn the- slie errnd.i!.
States, we believe; neither is there Indeed the 1.nIl.war.1 movement of
Simpson, in bhis effort to;:;;di a glilln.-Le
liability to any other disorder; the of the iut.:ri 'roi tlei uii rruon, was all
prevailing southern winds come off that saved him fr.. in i.iscov:ry by this
a unbroken stretch of pure Gulf second intruder, who came ul;.on the
an unbroken stretch of pue Gulf scene as n,.i-: .,-!" assa rl.::dow.
water and can by no possibility be Te sa.m obstacle wlwichl .hut off his
ficighted with disease gerns; there is prying attenlpts c:ius.id ir t tll do as-
Simpsoni had done ,i~4.7' a minute Lcf,fre.
no estallished et ant dry -ea~ .)i; He mov, d-. tow;tri the' boundary fifin-,: i:
either may be experienced at a v the et' ,.t to *'u -.tlthlj wind'v.' .whose
time of tlie year; there are uin swamps cn rtin w. s t"lv 'l i.-.!. T hais t'
I linim frr frim tlh. e.' o,' anly mIagnitude; in last fewer tllan head and .-lIouldrs v. r ~n partly
tle writer hias fiiun in Ithe saine ex- in rtli.-f a-anh.-t the tfint li-ft, the cut-
lines.-- .] wevt-r. bcing ,o i ui:-.tinct th:-;t
'et they vw-r,- I.,er lv ditingu ishable, .4i
aIrtvy here is extensively i eng-igei it: I only proved th';t it was a man that h! I
sheep raising; whliil 'eap land- are apI.ear"dl so uie::pectedly on the se. -
and co'plicn'htd inatt_-ls.
.iunllant, aii.l thie o)'.i'tutniities, r W while thel .t-.cti- vot was debatin-: v.i;.
establishing in the bui.ine.is is plae- himself whli.t Le ishulil do, if ind I.
tically unlimited; the water is a oul do ~u-thing, the- head and i-
Si iheu.The strangr,'r w .ii
p1 'e an8d wholesome as yg the houso again, baking fI ;
a wherer, coming fro thing was to be gaine) by sa;;y-
Irings and driven well re he was.
..i l t-cer'a senses were sLrqug to t
. Ge.. C. K.,. Alkroi int thit when,aiintel.'r.,'


atour suran now cormplications tnat ne
might wiIl despair of success. Still he
"could not :.t:i. idly by and permit a
dreadful crime to be committed when it
was in his power to prevent.
He hoped there was a possibility of the
deed being averted without interference
on his part-that is, it seemed that there
was a chance that the sepoy was in quest
of knowledge, like himself, instead of a
human life.
"At any rate I'll wait. I can detect
what he is after and baffle him before he
does any harm. If he will withdraw
without hurting either the doctor or Miss
Gilder, he need never know th.t he has
been under my eye."
The fellow in tlhe tree now i'e cmedl to
coiic-ntratce all his attention upon the
couple, vli, were e0\idently in sight.
HI-ldirig i Ii1, .:l"- 1 oisil- with onoe hbanl.
Ih:- leanl.!' f'_rw':rd munil his ib-al and face-
were : ...< 1 as ii with ink on the win-
d,,w. Tli.-,s h-' rtmain-di mnotiu,aless for
Fev-: .l .ilincr ,.-.
Duiir: th-at 1bri-f 1umt exciting period
FolCsomT i:'j-i.ion :tol beneath and just

ii', th]. in-.tilnt it it .-aii .. ; -i;.ct sary.
He hulf si. -:c'teil their uis.:reaant meant
to make a (-tli'.e 1,e:p from his perch
and, catching the sash, throw it quickly
upward nidl bound into the room with
his di adly knife and assail the two per-.
sons who little dreamed of their fright-
ful peril.
In order to carry out such a purpose,
he must make himself the best kind of
target for the watchful man below, who
would not hesitate to bore him through.
But how patsing strange that Folsom
Sivmpson as he stood on the grouand,
alert, attentive and ready, forgot the
fearful fact that this sepoy had a com-
panion!
Not once did he recall the statement
of i: aui]on tthat a couple of the
swarthy v,'i-tchs were inrilved in the
disal..euirainet of the rajah's ruby. It
was a strange piece of forget fulness on
his part that was to prove of momentous
cornseq-lnli:c. tf,- him.
At such times a person thinks rapidly,
and it occurred to Simpson that if this
man co;,t- ,illl:tL.] the taking off of Dr.
Maidhoff alone, or indeed of him and his
fair cont-n ani,.n. he could gain a better
opl'-'rtu;iity than by hiis ap through
the window. H-:- had but to wait on the
outride until the physician cane out on
his return t,.i his office, when he could
strike himu down among the trees of the
yard bc-foreI corning into the light of the
laump in front of the gate. One quick,
datdlvy Ilow, and it would be dune, the
as uss.-in making off immediately and
boir';: miles away before the crime could
tie discovered.
ut in wh.t a frightful situation "Bass
G' ler would be left! After disposing 'f
th man the criminal could enter
'use and finish her, as the watch
d he would ar-suredly
reflections were udde
thet.roundt of the OTternin
9 o (,In.^ fltv,'_ l


F0, Ir wa` s Uc ifant,s (Ie
Sonic virgquicgkly tion of the ors of the
4d along til grav e uote frit -a nual for

hTThe doctor is g- in home. ,. Reasoner Bros.'vTiat they bay
h ril." I this subject: .
,Simpson was around the corner" this su
house in a twinkling, moving as sil' 'his is perhaps destined to be one
as an Indian and holding himself 1:A th. leading economical plants
among the shadows. A. he shifted gr1W ,n i Florida. Of immense value
r[ositioll ha saw a figure in the act of in Florida. Of iunense value,
turning out .-f the gate and hurrying in the annual product selling for millions
thedirection of the town, where the light of dollars, and the demand constantly
from the lamp showed quite distinctly. increasing we of the south must
It was not Dr'. Maidhoff, but a woman, easing; we of the south must
'walking swiftly. He recognized her as plant this valuable tree. Wide-spread
the servant that admitted him when he interest is being manifested through-
applied at the house some time before.
She disappeared while he stood wonder- out the West Indies in this tree, and
ing what it could mean. considerable is being planted, espe-
"It must be that she has been sent on
some ewand and will not be gone long. really in Jamaica and Grenada. The
Nobody besides the doctor and Miss trees should be planted about ten feet
Gilder are nowin the building, but they each way "and cultivated for three
won't be molested until after the return
of the servant." years. At the end of this period, if
This conclusion was sd reasonable trees have made satisfactory growth
(since the sepoy would lay himself liable (which they will do, even in tlhe
to interruption if in the meantime he
nmov'.:- a i.,iui" the inmates) that Simp- whitest sand, "sand soaked" soils,
son did not fear to act upon it. flat-woods," "pine barrens," or
Stealing back to his former position, "hard-pan" lands), they are cut to
he glanced up in the tree to learn how
the fellow was taking the new situa- the ground and the bark by a simple
tion. process stripped from the branches.
He was not visible, and a few min- he stocks sprout like a willow, and
utes' waiting satisfied the detective that
he had descended to the ground. succeeding years supply better bark
"He will-do nothing until the return from the rank water-sprouts. The tree
of the woman. When she is inside
again he will resume operations." is perfect hardy and at home in
Eager as was Simpson to solve the Florida; can be probably grown all
problem of the rajah's ruby, he felt that along the Gulf coast region. There
the first step was to protect the doctor
and the two women against these Thugs, should be handsome profits in the
as they had beewt e lled. While, he was business conducted on a sensible plan.
seeking to do that without disarranging We quote from a recent government
his own scheme, he decided that it was
his duty to warn the servant on her re- report of the director of Botanical de-
turn of the peril of herself, her mistress partmeni of Jamaica:
and Dr. Maidhoff, in order that they cin t
might be on their guard. 'he cinnamon tree (cinnamomum
To do this without exposing himself zeylanicum) is a native of the East
he must intercept the woman before she Indies; it is usually of small size,
came back and at such a distance from
the house that the assassin would not having leaves with three to five strong
see them. Inasmuch as shewas liable nerves, and small yellowish flowers.'
to return at any moment it would'not The best kind of cinnamon bark
do to wait.
The abundant trees and the gloom of comes from Ceylon where it is grown
the night gave him all the screen he near Colombo from the seacoast up
could ask. He was confident that when
he finally emerged from the vegetation to an elevation of 1,500 feet.
and stole into the highway no one had Soil.-A sandy soil is generally
observed him. It need not be said that preferred; but red and chocolate-col-
he used his eyes and ears to the utmost,
and the fact that he neither heard nor ored soils are also utilized when free
saw anything added not a little to his from gravel and rock.
own sense of security. Cultivation.-Tlle seedlings three
Prompt as was his action, it was none
too much so, for at a distance of less months old, are planted out eight omr
than 200 yards from the front gate, but ten feet apart. After two or three
fortunately where his movements were
hidden by an intervening house, he met years the young trees should be cut
the servant walking rapidly toward the down to about six inches above the
Livermore homestead. ground; and the 'garden'is treated
Simpson knew her at a glance. Look-
ing up at him ad divininig that he similarly to an oak coppice in Eng-
meant to speak, sho turned aside a little land.
frightened and would have moved past Harvesting and curing.-From the
him at a faster gai than before had he stocks or stools fou- or five .shoots
not internosed.


----- ,- r
are allnowe, tl gri ,w. Thr'.e *1 .ii-
usually coien t perlectiu:i a; i;.it i.,
of from eighteen monLths to, twi, years,
when they are beginning to turn
brown on their Isuirace) fruln llih
greenish epidermis becoming rell:ced.
by the production of a corky la<'er of
bark. Such shoots, which are ci'n-
monly from six to ten feet high, inl,
from one-half to two inches thick are
then cut off by a long, sickle-Lh.I.peCl
knife, called a catty, stripped of the
leaves, and trimmed with a knife, lith
little pieces which are removed bliig
kept and sold as cinnamson chi, .-.
The peeling is then effected by cut.
ting through the bark traunvei,.-ly
at distances of about a foot, and by
making two opposite, or where ilie
bianich.is thick, three or four linLi-


"Don't be alarmed, my gool woman,"
paid. the round faced detective in his
thost- reassuring tones. "I have some-
thing important to say to you and will
detain you but a moment."
"You have no business to stop me this
way, sir," she said spiritedly, but with a
slight tremor in her voice. "Stand out
of my path and let me pass. I am in a
great hurry, sir."
"You belong to the house back yon-
der. I have just come from near there,
and I wish to tell you that Dr. Maidhoff,
Miss Gilder and yourself are in great
danger."
The servant was in the act of brushing
past, when at these words she. trpt,,pd
abruptly, and looking affrightedly ,,i4i.u
gasped:
"I don't understand you. What do you
meann"
"Just what I said: I naw you comeout
of the house and sta.;ic'l to apprise you
of your and] th.-.ir p iil."
The woman was too alarmedto inquire
how it was thl.t thii istr.inger .knew so
much, or to suggest that thin most sriin'i-

into the town and seciume hefp. She cold.
only wait.
"What shall I do? Oh, what can I do?"
"Do just as I tell you, and aU will be
well-walk directly onward, turn into
the gate and enter the front door as you
intended to do, and when once in the
house inform the doctor and your young
missis of their danger."
"But-but the dreadful person will kill
me."
"No, he won't. I've come down here on
purpose to take care of you; you were so
kind to me when I called yesterday that
I am your friend. I will follow close be-
hind you with my pistol in hand, and the
first one who seeks to harm you will be
shot deader than a doornail."
"But mercy! I will be killed before
you can prevent it."-
"Have no fear," was the assuring re-
sponse. "Let me see. What is your
name?"
"Martha-Martha Coming, sir."
"And a very pretty name it is too.
Now, have confidence inme, Martha, and
all will be well. Walk straight along,
as though you feel no fear. You are .a
brave girl. I will slip around am,:rig the
trees and will keep an eye on vou."
[TO BE CONTINUEID.J

The Cinnam'on Tree.
(Cinnanmomum Zve l.inieirn.)
Pabor Lake Pineapple.
TluiMessrs. Reasoner, proprietors
t.fthe Ro3al Palum nurseries at One-
co, lorida, are doing the state a
service in their efforts to Intro-
into general culture such a val-
e economic plant as the cinnamon
b. If, as they seem confident
I successfull an rof'


station shoats and pigs fed on this
died within a few months, while
others, though they lived longer,
showed evident signs of poisoning
quite clearly.


I I


I


.idinil i nBg to coyrectrp Et-rvyaW S
verse onea, and Xtbwbat'-. J. tfrt
readily removed by introducing t'Cu
peeling-knife termed a mama, bent'.ith
it. The pieces of bark are then
placed one within the other, and tlh
compound stick-i thus produced a'e
bound together into bundles. Thl.le
are usually left for about twenty-fouri-
hours, when the two external layers
of bark are carefully removed by
scraping; for which purpose ea.-
quill is placed upon a piece of wuol
of the required thickness. In a few
hours the quills are introduced into
the larger ones, and in this way e,,n-
geries of quills are formal which :...
rally measure about forty inches in
length. The bark is then kept one
day in the shade, after which it is
placed on wicker trays and ,lii.. I
the sun; and finally it is madi- :u~ip i:
to bundles weighing on an a\cira
alniut thirty pounds each. Care is
taken to fill up each pipe or congerie
ofr qillh with the same kind of bark
aq that which is outside and as few
joints are placed in each pipe as po.-
siblo. The finest pipes are uisunllyi
'well filled, as the preservation of tie
bdor and flavor is very much assisted
b'y the exclusion of the air.
TIe peeling proetes ifuold be done
during the wettest seasons of the
r en the hark 'comes off easily. .-


the ot i* e N
seco utility s that -lt e taat eiB"f
of ti shoot -and a- third ou th.-
ba e. It is advisable to keep1 tlies "
ades separate."

S The New Webster.
There have'lately been placed up-
on the market several cheap reprints
of an obsolete editor of !5Webeter'sk
Dictionary." These books are give
various names: *Webster's Un-
abridged." "The Great Webster's
Dictionary." "Webster's Big
Dictitaary," "Webster's Encyclo-
pedic Dictionary," etc., etc.
Many announcements concerning
them are misleading. The Webster
reprint portion of each from A to Z is
the same,-forty-four years behind
the times, and printed from plates
made by photographing the' oll
pages.
The book has been padded out by
various additions culled from various
sources, but the .body, is thie same
that was published when Polk was
president and duly buried at the in-
c.oming of Lincoln. The Webster.
current from Lincoln to Harrison, is
the popular copyrign ted' "TInaJ bridg-
ed" which has just been suspeseded
by Webster's International Diction-
ary-See advertisement in another
column.

Cottonseed Poison to Hogs.
,One of the most important subl
jects to swine raisers has been tested
and decided at the Texas Station,
and in Bulletin 21 it is definitely
proved that cottonseed is~ poisonous,
to swine. This article, though valu--
able for feeding purposes to many
animals, is positively deadly in its.
actions when fed to swine. As many,
farmers have been giving nnre or
less of it to their swine in the past it
is quite important that that the mat-
ter should be decided for them. In.
the southern states of the Union es-
pecially is cottonseed meal given to
hogs, and from $18 to $20 per ton
are often paid for it. Several epi-
demic diseases among swine have
been traced back to cottonseed meal,
and the true theory now is to leave it
out interely in the swine .ration. It
is a poison to them, no matter how
fixed with other articles. At the


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O-rilT - 710

















NOTE.-It must be remembered that the
wind is not a wholly reliable motive pow-
or and if the sailors sometimes find it im-
possible to make schedule time it must be
,sarged to the elements; they do the best
they can.

NEW STEAM LINE.

STEAMER
GULF CITY.
Ca.PT. r RANDALETTE.
TIME TABLE.
Leaves Mobile every Monday; arriv-
ing at Pensacola Tuesday; St. Aun-
drews Wednesday; Apalachicola
Thursday, going south.
Leaves Apalachicola every Friday; St.
Andrews Saturday; Pensacola Sun-
day, going north.
L. M. WARE & CO.
Agts, St. Andrews BaV.
SCHOONER
m r i E.
C~aPT. LESTER MERRITT.
Leaves St. Andrews every Wednesdav.
Arrive at Pensacola every Thursday.
Leave Pensacola every Fridiy.V
Arrive at St. Andrews every .Sturda:v.
Fare, with board, $5: without hoard, $3.
Freight carefully handled.
Capt. F.'H. Ware, Proprietor.
SCHOONER
JESSIE P.
CAPT. J. Sc:HE[-r.r.tRN.R
-Make regular trips between arke ron
East Bay and Pensacola: will make reg-
ilar landings at Cromanton and Har-
rison and at any other point when re-
qu'tel d beforehand to d.j) s. Parir..ni-
gers and f ciglit tr anriisitolld t reason-
able r'iats anl sai..tid action giart.lf d.
Orders left nt the re.-ioh: e ,tr th ,i ap-
jian Sr. Anu r,'e i v. ill i.a. J.e rprulllit
'and censetul attenii(,n.
Jouu T1. PIrris. Proprietor.
S; HAR I'l I
RO0 A.
APT FI:.N '.VlTHERlLI..

Carries the East Un\ Uail; Icaii- st. An-
drews Monday ,N'Wednesdrlv an-d F iilii
eiaotnin gs, airrlviing at WVelal,-.. ) iiaie
eveuigi Leave W il o l> I,
nm rnint irri ing at St. .\Adirn.. in the
evening. P Ntse gers aial n'reighlt trai.a-
portCil at reas rual el, r.Al .
SHAItI'IE


LOCAL DRIFT.
--IFor curiosity jewelry call at Rus-
sell's, on I. J. Hlughes, the jeweler.
-Commercial, legal, and plain or
priintastationerv at the Buoy office.
-No person interested in West
Florida can afford to be without, the Buoy.
-The Buoy and the Florida Ag-
riculturist one year, $2.50; clubs of five,-
$2.25 each.
-Paint Brushes of the best qual-
ity and at. the lowest prices at the Pioneer
Drug Store-
-If you want a dainty chew get
some of that. fine natural leaf chewing to-
I, icco at T. C. Danford's.
-Legal cap, commercial note
letter-head papers and envelopes, either
printed or plain at the BUOY office.
-If your watch or clock is dead
or orazy, do not have it monkeyed with,
but take it to Hughes, the reliable
jeweler.
What's the use of wearing a sun-
browned and sallow complexion when you
can get gold dust complexion powder at
T. C.Danford's?
-T)r, Kester reports the arrival of
a seven-and-a-quarter pound boy at the
home of Win. Williams. And' the "papa
says he's happy."
--T'lie silver moon w'ritintg tab-
lets at the lBov office ,re fine enough to
satisfy he most exacting society lady in
the land. Only 12c each.
-If your eyesight is defective, call
at the Bvor office and be fitted with a
pair of the celebrated perfected crystal
lenses, manufactured only by Kellam &
Moore Atlanta, Ga.
--By building fires during the
frosty nights of February and March for
the protection of his peach trees, S. C.
Prows will be rewarded with a pretty fair
crop of peen-to peaches.
--Our correspondents will please
bear in mind that their favors must be
mailed early enough to reach us not later
than Monday everiing: otherwise they
acnnout ippear in the current issue.
-The telio in ciimaiml of Chas.
1.. \i in'trong aid Sa Surl'r toC"k a
[, it.l. ol l [nti % l% iit) it, H urlit : li e Island
I'utisdty t sl.-'iarch l i e lli ts. .l--.ie oIbject
being to dipo.isef Uio l!ill jior the benefit ol
the M. E. iuihe!i.
--'Thle S. .\Ainlres public school
under the Iliiu r.lii, of Prof. Carpenter
closed its I'iur mnuIilihs term Tuesday, and
Ilio children, releasef.t ion the confine-
mni'I of'I the tcho.l room arce t.il:ir. ,ad-
vast.ie of ithe li .pporiuii o ca,.et : up
within their nglected posts
--T''n l'ortiuo of tIle. conuiiimnltity
wliiclh inds delight in dancing dispdtWed
-itAolf to the melouly of Pril'. Greene's or-


E DIT H. Li;estra in Walre's H.,ill Mondr, ni ,h
'CIPT. .DAVID \VITil'III.,L. iI1 aITbhillg was wanting I make the
---asio(n an enjoyable nri it did nt it
,Carries the East Bay Mail; leave'e St. Aii' itself to the vision ot adisiilere WtJd I1,e
dress Tuesdayv Thuisdav mid Siaturdriv tator.
lnorni,,gs, urri'vig at lta,0' 4au_. -Every newcomer who v\iit
e\euiiigs. LeavR e t t;ippi(i Hite ,ate
msrnuings, arriving t Adie -er is leea d with the i
pord at reason a le rates. ad ,, aer tine hen t
The Nettie came in Fil lav desiill he much hi
h N e i n F, r at present. the uis, Lhomesekh(. h
non having, besides a heavy carQ take advantage of the bargains in
-of freight, a party of six toullnts fromi iti now offered bi, W. H. Parker.
Muntgouiery, Ala. She sailed out for --The only thing n\ow waivtiing
Pensacola Tuesday with several pas- Rake Pittsliurg on East Pa. a pou
aengers, among them two of the ofeasure seekers' resort, is comforablI,
Montgomery tonri'ts iwhi, f1 Iond it hotel accommodations. And recognztAng
this want, N. W. Pittn has authorized ihe
letcebsary ieurn thus Ujtil ti tl retei Bt'o" to ainUunce that he will give out-
homes. right, a large, well situated lot to anyone
The Jessie P.'sailed on Fri-l:iv last who will build and operate a hotel at
Jor Pensacola P'itsburg, making a full warranlie deed
The Gulf City canie fIol. .\,;,!acl,- lor the :ame. Here is aoi opening that
,1 onlv needs to 1 te talcn e lvant 1 ga e ol to s(-
icola on her regular trip) and a'r tr a lees o e ta laie o se-
cure to some one a good paving I,usines.-.
.short stop proceeded on heI way to --0 Thursday evening last a
Penisaola aid Mobile. oun- lan ly tihe nr e h, liing
%oung man I,." thp name otf Nash, living, '


A Week's Weather.
The followisfi table shos a .hat tlhe
temperature at tS. Andrenws has il.ees
,during the past wcek, from olser nations
4aken at thle Itovy otlice each moriiing


iand noon:
Thursolay
Firday.
Saturday,
|Sunday,
Monday,
Tuesday,
Wednesday,


NATURE'S
REMEDY
IFOR T
LIVER.
COMPLAINT


26 ..... NI
27 ........ ,-3
S .. .. I I
"29 ... ... I "l
30
301.. 71
31 ...... I 7l


Noo
I-t
i,4
1


SSCHENCK'S

MANDRAKE

RIVER PILLS


at IioI ol Ilayou Geoig-e IFe iry Iuccce.d- d
in lurinig AIzula. the s.ce-iilr n-yc.ir .11h
daughter of Muses Grimihlen'y to cl) .pe ciitl
him, and their .\hlrvnhi.uis are unkn'oin.


-See the large stock of fine shoes
at J.T. Pitts, Parker, Fla.
-Why snufer with corns onl your
toes when you can get relief by purchas-
ing and using the corn salve sold by T.
Danford?
--no. T. Pitts of Parker has the
framework of his ne"w house erected and
will soon have it enclosed and ready for
occupancy. He surely has one of the
choice locations on the Bay and the BUOY
understands it is his intention to build
large enough to conveniently and com-
fortably entertain guests, either transient
or regular.
Personal.
H. Loraine went as a passenger
on the Nete for a brief visit to Pen-
sacola.
Mrs. F. M. Walworth took pas-
sage on the Nettie en route for her
home in Grand Rapids, Mich.
Wm. Glovex of Watson Bayou
started yesterday via Wewahitchka
for New York state where he will
remain for about a year, when he
will return to his pleasant home on
the Bayou.
Mrs. Geo. F. Bailey who for some
tio.itls has been vi.sitinig with her
sonl. Prof,. Van B. Bailey departed
Saturday last for iher litiue at West
Liberty, Ohio.
Dwight Savage of the Salisbury
lumber company started yesterday for
his old home in Herkiner county, N.
Y. He may or may not return to St.
Andrews,as circumstances shall make
advantageous.
Mrs. A J. Trisket took passage on
the Gulf City, Saturday, bound for
Wyailtte, Mich, where property'
interests involving a considerable
amount of cash demand her personal
supervision. She will return when
matters hav'e been amicably adjusted.
Dr. Cliff and party, who for a few
.cks Iha\e b.Ieen fishing for the tricky
tailspin ti,,ik |ia.isage on the Nettie
'I'ues I a fIur their homes in Framiklin,
Te:l IIs.
,Ml. I. ('. Witherill whose health
is \vv-r l'p)r, and bhas appeared to be
fIiiling fl'r the pait year, started on
thll. (G il f it Saturday to visit aid
and reminiii fior some time with a
sister at \VWaupu,l Wis.

PTO OTHER Sarsaparil!;. 'is t.
Careful personal supervision cf t':
4' prietor in all the d.t.Jsi i i ; r --
%inas has HOO!'.3 sar-'.ri:'. )
Sfte Use of Patris Gre,>en.
ioi .Bulletin.
11,10' :ian 1 I[ ri' agreee ; ;Ire
T'l' iev .ae i s-. ii
Iff' ,I1 ii z


FALL IN LINE WITH TI


PEOPLE'S

Pittsburg, -


N, W. PITTS,

I wish to inform the citizens of Washi
I have opened up a large a

GENERAL MEL
In the Store at Pittsburg, formerly occi
which I plrop6Qh to sell at the LOWEST
Recognizing the truth of P. T. Barunmi
all of the people some of the time, and
But You ('Can't Fool All of the
I propose to show you that you need n
yotur Dry G(iods,. Groceries, Provisions, or
My expenses are very light; my build
convelnieice, c6inuFort and the economical


General eorchanlise an
I have oy t-cnui-ning rents to pay,
the ful .1 ,r alnl theeliL advantages ov'e
Fine Water-Front and Ot
Title only one remove from the United
PERFECT.
I


To 'i Ill


HE GRAND RUHSH

Y -kl Y, a Z -J C =` 3jE X


SA sTCHM AK ER


SLAB JEWELER AND OPTICIAN.
REE A1RS IN HIS LINE,
Carries the Large.t( Str.c; of
PROur iETORI Watches, Clocks, Jewelry and Spectact,
Ever Bronght to St. Aisre\v'. .\l .
ngton anid Calhoun conties that SILVEWARE. Shell and Aligator Teeth Jewelry a speeiaifty
nd varied ::tock o Office at Ge"o. Russell's Store, St. Andrews, Fla.

:CHANDISE,_
upied by N. W. PITTS & SON, --- - ----- -- ----
LIVING MARGIN OF PROFIT.
's trite saying that "You can fool
some of the people all of the time;


ot be fooled at all in purchasing 'O HN
e Boat or Farm Suppplies.
wings were all built with a view to
handling of an extensive Parker Fla.


d FISH BUSINESS, DEALER
and I propose to give mypati DRY GOODS, nO E
,Ir my 1 o. i tunlate competitors. I DGOODS,,
her Lands for Sale!
States Government, and of course SHOES, HARDWARE, LAMPS, NOTIONS,
N. W. PITTS.
'ittsburg, Fla., Parker p. o.
BOATMEN'S, FISHERMEN'S AND BUILDERS' SUPPLIES,


PffsEgE- Fish, Fish Roe anl Oysters!

OJl^ IAt the Very L..west Living Prices.

Y T.O RUN: I JMy Store is New and has every coneliencie for e,,.df i
S itS sel/f Extensive Trade. My LARGE STOCK will be added to. fl'i time
s T s HAT TF IRB. I time as the .mands of my customers -.fgeo' t.
THAT TERRIBLE
[ NOISE SO COMMON an will a
O MOWER SOOM I am P:oprietor of the SCHOONER JESSIE P, and wil car
.L-. w. -r/u 4. .4nAccT freight for East Bay Parties at Reasonable rates.


A GENT We want olle in every DEAL E
Sown to handle the





A S 'ieit11 c M:ichlinte made on ci'etific Priinciple
Save their cost a dozen t ~ a ve'r. It is lt u i sy or
.4,1I.. hi'.' '.'


MI akes


cnamba emic it.'g 2i

aire prp:c ic l' le H
I ,I.a H,, is. A ..'0 l : ,i- .II .'
Thle ra rt i,, e t.,. aly, p'iatturnS J.a-4, .,L up.
S .,e 1, aro etio ,, t, s, "J. T. Pirr

uios of later. If t(oo a-: it a\ Potato Culture. .
P411 ,,,i ti.n ik uns'd, the f.i.'..,' .' to hiiti>c Hural Press.
w .ilh thle ar-:eites are applied will 'To ascertain the proper, depth
br- .stlnh'il; lhenice, tol tender fi.liage. plAnted three rows side by side-
blsch au. the ichl, I, a weaker mixture, first ro'lw en inches, the second
s;iy 'inl' 1 und tu 3o.0 gallons should and third two inches deep. T
bIe I.t1l. :'ilaniteil two inches deep were
L)an;i:i; to fili:ige, howeve-r, can througli the ground four ays b(
Ile a;iln.-'i euntllelyv prevented by nix- those planted five inches. and el
ing a I'ttlL lim ee w viter with the ar- days before those planted ten in
...enica l mixtu re. \Ve owe the dis- in depth. lThere was but little d
c o\ery to Prif. ('. P. Gillette, of cence in the time they ripened, a
C'olrad,, IfrisIlyv of tbe Iowa Ex- dIn, them at the sale time. T
i .eIimer t Stati.,n. If line water be planted two inches deep yielIded
a.hlldud tho le mixture the arserites fourth muire than those plantdtl
("i ll I. l M.. 1, . 1,t ; tl, .. . ,: 1, I f . . *


Call D >.ne N;Iit- I a3 a IpI e t o li t III los t
Nash i reported to e nalread.I a iarril teI Ilia n when uIsed i the
,man with a ifet somewhere in Si ,,,il ii a r I,,,I,,, io f ( 4Ie tound
Florida. The parents of the pisl ar,. : *t' ,ite tI. 2 it .':l Ihnus ,(f wrtcr.
retl dressed a e dciscurts n.S, Tatheh a citte-.. lre used to, ditrotye
.,*se n wil, U to gel idisi,,gs of 'Ir t a ,f ahFfi .nlie iiilil ,lte insects, and
a w ki i'.l I'v I,.ing takenc into the aliten-
iiit'.n inal ion hi nIih w ill ..ssp t Ih.m in tlii : t t.
rec'.o lry of their truirsit daughtl r.
-Alnnii.'t .\ ersbiiiv who, has be-
come interested in St. Andrews would
like to possess a maip of the town an con-
tigous country. To all such we would say
that for one dollar sent to us we can fur-
nish them acn n excellent large map of the
town with tle lotst:.d public places cor-
rectly located. Besides this city naiIp. we


Save also i sectional map cilembracing ].,I
A R "t oil ti1 towisn.prollr, but all the landl
HAIR 1 6 qA LM I-


7#heaia.,a and n I LrfiCN L.1 hair.
Pro.,.,160 a lo~ux~rta~IlR'-'.1t
Never Failas to raesore Orny
flair To its Yo'irhfu! Color.
Cur.. -,,.:p diacr. e.' & hair luglng.
k~c. naid eSI. u -a', n.;;uPt a


Tho Consumptive and Feeble (ja su ..o
rafit fram rhaattte4 diseases ahuld u-c Parke r'D Gznr, r
Tob. ZIcu riamhe worstcuual. %'eaL Lu' LUl -, ..,IA..t-
mdigiia, Female weakne... i~lwumuamn ai~d Paris. 'R.Ic a. O I.
PINi STheonlv ffnr-Lrr en f r n~rere ,rr,,.
6 sI-c. AM6 M I~r~gilu.


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eantifit ,American
rrmt olreulation of any soientiflc paper In the
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Ripans Tabhuls hanish pain.
Ripans Tab, iles pr Ing life.
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Ripans Taliules hnvo crmo to stay.
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dis .i'o.ld P ol I i the Cincinnati C',nmpainy,
and while lots and blocks are not .how ii
it is at easy matter touget their location
hy the use of this map See aJverlise-
ments elsewhere.
-It is with a more than ordinary
degree of satisfaction that the Buov is en-
abled this week to announce that the large
St. Andrews Hotel situated on Ohio ave-
nue, Cincinnati and Bay View streets is to
be opened up for the reception and enter-
Stainment of gue'st.s. For some time past
Mrs. J. W. Wilson has been negotiating
with the owners of the St. Andrews Hotel
with a view to leasing and openingit up to
the public. Mrs. Wilson's experienceand
popularity as a landlady is to' well known
to require comment, and there is not i
person in St. Andrews but will be elated
to know that we are again to have a well
appointed hotel and especially that Mrs.
Wilsoni is to be the proprietress. The
work of putting the hotel in shape for the
reception of gesmts has already commenc-
ed, and it will be opened up about the
l0th of June; but more than the people of
St Andrews will the traveling public ap-
prc-ci.,te this openiih) up of the hotel, for
the assurance ol' finidinq gF..d, conirl, l .able
lihtel aconinmodattions ill induce many a
touni t It.i tarry at the Bay who would not
otherwise do so. Due iin .iiniiic'n ir snt of
the Aiptning ii ill 1he inmal tlihr-i h the col-
umns of the Pt .lc.


A*rrs. v. MakIner
Cf Baltimore.
Sciatic Rheumatism
Severe Pain and Stiffness
4 Bottles of HoodCl's-Perfect Cure.
"I am not only willing, but anxious to recom-
mend HIood's Sarsaparllla. I was taken with
'severe pain and stiffness in my limbs; at times
beln,: hardly able to walk. I consulted a phy-
slcian, who pronounced my trouble sciatic
rheumatism. Notwithstandi-g I took medicine,
I became worse instead of better. I had reads

Hood's Cures
much of Hood's Sarsaparilla's wonderful
cures that I conclude I to give it a fair trial.
When I was taking thi3 Cr.3t bottle I couldfTeela
change for the better ; my appetite increased and
my limbs became lass stiff. I have now taken
four bottles and am happy to say I can work as
well as ever I could before. I recommended
Hood's Sarsaparilla
to my cousin, who has received equally good
effects from it. I cannot speak too highly of
Hood's Sarsaparilla. MRS. CLARA FISHER,
N. E. cor. Caroline and McElderry t5k. rAltl-
more, Md. eo sure to get flood's.
HOOD'8 PILLS are hand made, and perfect
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was greater i tlhe dcepi planting. I
have tested it since in different soils,
always with best results from. plant-
ing in rows about thirty inches
apart, dropping one piece in a
place ten inches apart, and have
found it best to have the pieces large
with two or three eyes in each. I
cut a fair|sized potato ill three or
foer pieces. 'lIhere are many who
sell or eat all the large potatoes
and plant the small. Don't do it.
For each extra dollar you make this
year by selling your choice potatoes,
you lose ten next.
N0 OTHER Sarsaparilla has the
merit to secure the confidence of
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ST. A N 1.) RE W S
PRICES CURRENT.
GROCE RI ES.
;ugar, t It, 'ca, it l
Granuulntu1 .... 6 e4 Hc No...... 75
Co'rife,A .... 6 Gunpowder. 80
Lt .rowii ..... 5 Uiicl'd Jap.. 50
Condo milk, V' ,
Irel' i"2 ,.5lu*' Unswet in'o. 1 r! 13
rowinelJ .2(@U30 Sweetenu-il ..l11 i
singer 4naps. . 10 Brilking? poudei"
i rackse, soda.. 1h1 rlo al........ 5
iobaacco, plug 30aii i Camplell. ...15a25
Saisins Canned fruit
London layers: .15 Peache..... 20a25
S Valencia... ls'; Tomatoes ...10a15
li e. ... .... App' is. ........ 15
S apples Pears ......... 15
Evaporated .12-. U Plums......... 20
Dried Peaihes Api icot........ 25
:tual Oil prgal ISai.0 Strawleriies.. 20
gasolinee "' ... .2 Pinliapple. . 20
lorida Syrup... 50 Cianneil Meats
loniev......... 100 RHoat Beer. 15a25
Jinegar........ -10 Corned Beef 15a25
Cheese pr lb.... 16 C'liipped Beef 25
cutter.......... 30 Lobster ....... 20
Lard .... .... .8 Salmon....... 20
Beanii ....... ... 6 Canned Vegetaliles
Cocoanut pkg... 10 Baked Beans... 20
Fiuit Pnddine .. 10 Corn ..... .1
Jelly, glass . 15a-25 Peas ......... 15
Lime Juice .... 50 Pumpkin...... 15
Eggs er doz .. 15
PROVISIONS.
Flour Pork
S O N0 .-. .-Q8 Mer-s pr lb .. 11
F o ite l- .. .75 Bacon Sis -.. ..
laorn Meal priu 75 Fresh....... 8al0
Oat Mteal pr ... 1 54' Br'kl'st Bacon.. 12
.ornper bu........ 5 Ham canvassed 14
Potatoes Shoulders..... 10
Irish........1.20 Beef
Earlv R'se seed 1.60 Corned.......... 8
Sweet......... 1.00 Fresh ........8al0
pdl, pr sack... 1.Il(I Dried......... 25
Table ........ 5 Milk pr qt...... 10
HARDWARE.
Nails, oer 1, ..4a4 Ax,with handle.$1.00
Blanilla r(lpel2'... al'" Hoes, each. .. 35a50
Stores cook,. -a' Copper paint, can 50
Pipe, joint.alSa)0 Linseed oil, gal. 80
DRY (;OODS,
Prints, per yd 5a8 Ginghams..... 8al0
b---S eetiigs ... 7a0 Flannel. ..... 25a50
Muslin..'\.. 9Dill Thread per spool. 5
Jeans.. 25a$2;1 0 Slihes, ladi.-s.$1a2 75
Extra pants pat $25 Men's .. $1 40a300
MISC' Ekl.I.A N EOUS.
Hay pr cwt...; 13.5 O.ts pr lu..... 60
Bran. ........ 1.40 Brick pr M..... .8.00
Rope Sisal .. 10@14 Lime pr bbl...... 75
FRUIT and NUTS.
Oranges pr do 35 Pecans pr lb..... 20
Apples........ 25 Walnuts ....... 25
Lemons... ..... 25 Almond4....... 2
tIran berCries, qt 25
OYSTERS
IiI shell prl,00Ul0 $1.5 Opened pr it .I 15c
LIVE STOCK.
.-Tores $ (a 1(OU Cows........ ql 5; -5
Mu-Itel. ~~;a.155 Hogs......;.... $4
Txeni. pr' yoke $50 Shle.p..:..... .$2
IP LIL'LTR Y
'icketieae-h 15a25 G(:eee each... 45a50
T. irk.evs... 753al.00 Ducks. ...... 15a20
GA M E.
Venison pr ll> 7- lIi 'Il'urke' ... .75al.00
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Muillet' pr diz 2e Minllt pr i.,i .5r,.0,
Triat ...... Trout . 4.51,
P'uipain'o pr h li ]'Poni,;no .. Ii'lI)
Stt ionrmtl .... 10 M atCkria] .. ."_.ill
Stm
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Flooring, V 'cilini .
S Heart, 't t .l ll 0 H nrl, 1- r .ni l.i
l L: ,, 1. '.Dl0 .. "4."O0
Sap 1-0, .s ? 2.0t,
a I rop lin t;'pl, rd
neart I'nt ,15.00 t in. i 0..0f i e.
1uff h inlier. i 12 l tt r. id .$1".-a li.O
Hear .shingl.Is, :2.50 L lh, "l rn .. i f-..10
Sap 1.50 Blait lumher,
dressed .... "2la3I

Parker Prices Current.
FLot:E Coffte.4,x 5(l ; t, s 1 00
good; perl,lt. 4 50) Be.st ..,. I l-s.. 1 00
ibj h 10t Rice, l'2(.~ittls. 1 00.
et? 2 i Beans, white'20 1 00
Corin per \i'n. 7) Lard, p-t' ti,. 11
Mcal r 4. 7i.1 l)r\i salt pork .121
t .per n' 60 Bacon per ttb:. 14
Chops, per lhu. 70 Hams., al....... 15
Bran, per cwt. 1 311 Bulter, ilest.... 3
C. S. meal 1.50 Tea, per th...... 35
GUANO Salt, per sack.. 1 00
200 tlb sack..: 3 00 Hay 9 cwt, .... 1 25
M3Iilk:;Magnolia_ 10 R.liiinc lb . 15
Unsw't'd I2'., Cheie.e, .. 15
Rolled oats lb 5 Currants. ...... 10
Irish potatoes, p,-r l. .. .......1 201
St.iH -' IULLETT
(rian., 16 lbs. 1 00 In lule1k l'r 1)bl: 5 n0H
A., 17 lbs.... l 00-M.ackerLl 8 0g
Ltbrown, 18 1 ()l Pompano 8.00.
Dry salt sides 11
W )OLESALE.
,CHYY 3s 0lILetianx per ltb. 20
iC G r 360 HIDES .
"Friers "2 O According to class (
Gophers doz 1 00 anil quality.
_Pensacola prices paid for all kinds of
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THE 4TH.



Change of Program


Parker Disbands its Association
and Accepts St. Andrews'
Invitation,


And Everybody Will Celebrate
the Great Day of this Colum-
bian Year in St. Andrews.
As soon as it was settled that the
Fourth of July would be celebrated
in good old-fashioned style at Parker,
several citizens of St. Andrews ar-
rived at the conviction that the cele-
bration by rights ought to be in St.
Andrews this year and accordingly,
a subscription paper was started to
test the feeling of the community up-
on the subject. It took only a short
time to raise a sub.,ciijtion amount-
ing to about $40; then a meeting was
called at the Band Hall for Friday
afternoon, at which C. H. Cripp.n
was made chairman and Chas. Arm-
strong secretary, and there it was de-
cided that the citizens of St. An-
drews Bay would celebrate the great
day, and in the meantime utilize the
celebration for a public benefaction.
So it was decided that refreshments
and other sources of revenue should
be a feature of the celebration and
the net proceeds be divided between
the St. Andrews Brass Band and the
M. E. church for the purchase of an
osgan fur their edifice, a committee
consisting of C. H. Crippen, A. J.
Trisket and Wm. A. Emmons was
appointed to visit Parker and attend
the meeting there on Saturday and
extend a courteous invitation to that
association to celebrate with the
people of St. Andrews.
The committee was duly in atten-
dance at the meeting, the invitation
extended, and upon motion of W. H.
Parker, accepted and the East Bay
asisciation disbanded without a
dissenting vote. And it is proper to
say right here that thin spirit of mng-
narninity ia almi-rcciatc1 by the S t.
A irmlews I elI'le aind will be renit1nil -
bered whiei.ev'er a similar sitwltii,,n
ple-entcdl itwlir in Lehalf of Pa iL. k
ThI e !mn \t ticP in ,n l-.l i was n iii.et
ing in a\Va ,-', Hal; in St. Ainliewi
MIrmi ;.! V iltt llii ii \~ l t' i tile \vani i,, .
uminlulnittel s were allppiintl e\n1i m here
thle g,,ennal feat;e-i of the celebrjn-
tiin were lli.-cui ,sed.
It wi., decided to have general
patriotic eerci.-es, to consist of
.-peaking, music, etc, to be supple-
mented with boat races for all classes
of boats, a baby show, with prizesfor
the handsomest ten months and flyve
i'im,nths old babies, also such other
competitive contests a's the committee
may arrange for; a basket picnic and
barbecue; a platform dance, afd in
fact an aggregation of attractions
which shall eclipse- anything ever
before attempted on St. Andrews Bay. '
The following persons have been
selected as a committee of general
arrangements, and they are requested
to meet in Ware's Hall this (Thurs-


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of a program.
GENTLEMEN.
V. B Bailey,
L. H. Pratt,
S. T. Walkley,
l: A. Lyle,
L. E. Danford,
V. D. Greene,
D. Williams',
. \. .Surber,
W. H1. Pah~er,
W. A. Emmons


to perfect the details

LADIES
Mrs. 1). Savage,
L. H. Pratt.
A. J. Gay.
C. Di-rgue.
R. F. Brackin.
A. Hamilton.
D. Williams.
A. Wells.
W.H. Parker.
, W.A.Emmou-.
E. Avars.
A. Hand.
"A. T. Brock.
SJ. R. Thompson.
W. Wilson.
Miss Emma Savage.


rhe finance committee will consist
of Jno. R. Thompson. Dr. J. J. Kes-
ter, Chas. L. Armstorng.
Reception commlittee--F. H.
Shelppard, Dr. J. J. K-ster, J. R.
Thiompson.
Commit tee to secure speakers,
music, etc -V. D. Greene, \W. R
Wilcox, Jno. R. Thompson.
Conmitte on grounds.-J. H.
Brown, Urias Clapper, Chas. A m
strong, A. J. Trisket, Ge). Sur-
ber, sr., Lee Willett, Chas. L. Anm-
strong.
Judges of boat races-L. M. AWare,
F. IH. Ware, S. W. Anderson, Jas.
Moates, Sani'l Surler.
Judge,' o. other 'contests-Ed ward
Hand, H. I). Davis, .Jno. (iraw',tney.
lJudges d' thle oaly silVow.-
Mrs. W. A. Eminons, East Bay.
X" T1 '. Parkei, Parkeir.


Mirs. C(has. l Forlbes, L'romanton.
Urias Clpper, West End.
A. J. Gay, Grassy Point.
M. C. Rogers, West Bay.
J. W. Wilson, East Ena.
Walter Gainer, Econfiua.
G. W. Shear, Chipley.
Wm. Miller, Pt. Washington.
Miles Mountain, Vernon.
D. Savage, Harrison.
Marshal for the day-J. H. Brown,
Aids-A, J, Trisket, Ed Sowles,
Wallace Armstrong.
President, C. H. Crippein.
Secretary, Chas. L. Armstorg.
Treasurer, V. D. Greene.
The finance committee, president
and treasurer will meet Thursday
June 1 at Ware's Hall to select prizes
and make arrangements for ice and
other necessities to make the celebra-
tion a success.
Every member of the program and
general arrangements committees is
requested to meet at Ware's Hall
this afternoon at 2 o'clock.
Adjourned to meet upon call of the
president should he deem it necessary
to hold another public imecting.
CHAS. L. ARMSTRONG, Sec'y.
School Entertainment.
The public school of Cromanton
will give an entertainment on the
evening of the 8th., of June in the
Baptist church at Cromanton. All
are invited. Exercises to commence
at 7.30.
Parker Pencilings.
Correspondence of the Buoy.
The Bill has recently been pur-
chased by E. Palmer of Pearl bayou,
at which place we have a plain view
from this burg, of her lying at
anchor.
Capt. Jack did not tarry long here
the last trip, starting out again the
same day the schooner unloaded.
The Mand of Pittsbnrg looks neat
in a new coat of paint. It is an
acknowledged fact that no one keeps
their boats so perfectly as N. W.
Pitts.
P. G. Hardiug, with a force of
men is rushing the work on J. T.
Pitts' new house. Soon we can see
how it will look when finished.
Frank Brown has returned from
South F]..i iia, having sold his
.c-.eli.,,n,'r. the Martha Elisa eI
Jamnjr. Roach while tih
The ,mni l i,: -e\\~ i
cility v aI, libe-.itiin H L tl
wilittrr inse; at t(he
ald," *r-il.,all'- lface.?" I
oil wl.lien tl-',' view th i
Tlie Parker jtl te. I
lii invoice of jji,.t t,
so- the girls tiin k--l
goods we have ever sea, and we 1pe
diet the lassies will now look too
utterly bewitching for anything..
T'he cemittee from St. Andrews
came up on Saturday, about ten
strong, and we just known they went
back happy, while we Parkerites are
well satisfied. Now should we feel
real patriotic; we can go visiting to
celebrate,. See?
I wish to call attention to the
sabbatl. schutol at Parker, beginning
every, Snnday afternoon at 2.30
:(clock, whliil is gaining in members
consequently in interest. Snpeiin-
tendeut Harding, who by his untiring
interest and kindlines.s Iiom tlhe first,
also the Pratt family, for helping out
with the singing deserves the credit
of every one, and they should show
their gratitude by giving ail assist-
iatce in their power, towards making o
t a successful and interesting school


SEver one is oist cnlrdiaii y invited to e
attend I P o PATRIA.
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If you 'feel weak
and all worn out take
BROWN'S IRON BITTERS


Chipley News.
Correspondence of the Buor.
Rain and sunshine for the pasi
few days has contributed mhch t(
the development of the crops, now
nearing maturity.
SThe farmers and some citizens ol
our vicinity, who are determined tc
go -ahead, got a set-back on their cu-
cumbers last week, which may dc
good in the end, The ,narnket price-
lists quoted cucumbers at $1.20 pei
dozen. This looked so good that cu-
cumber shipping became the rage.
Small crates were made at the saw
mills and packed and shipped to dif-
ferent cities and to different agents.
and all were guessing the result. On
the 18th of May, Postmaster Wiselo-
gel got the first return, and oh, it
was an eye-opener. He tacked it on
Dr. Bellamy's door that all might
read, and all did read, the following:
"Received, one crate of cucumbers;
express charges, $1.45; commis-
sion on same, 15c; sold for $1.50.
Loss, 10c. G. LASHEn & SoN.
125 S. Water ,t., ('hicago, Ill~"
The crate was worth 15c, and con-
tained I50 cukes, as th'rTgent called
them. A wag suggested that the
"c" be changed to a "p" as then the
word would properly represent the ef-
fect upon the grower. Men looked
aghast at each other and some woulc
not believe their eyes, especially those
who shipped and were waiting for the
return. It came the next day. Dr
Bellamny was informed by Wiggins:
Kushman & Co., of Cincinnati, Ohio,
that the two crates were not worth
the express charges and so were not
received. They contained 200 cukes
and weighed 100 pounds. I have
given the names that your readers
nay know what to expect from far
off markets. Some of our shippers
received $1 a crate from their agent,
and they have been looked upon as
the children of good fortune. We
buy little bottles of pickles at from
fifteen to thirty-five centiseach, and
,the largest only hbld. one cneucniber, a
red pepper and a little vinegar. We
in Florida can raise fruits tand veg-
etables before all others, but we can-
not raise ln. e-t agents, nor lessenl
the freight charges.
Postmaster Wiselogel his shi p.-T
this %eekIrish pu states and pea'! ,'
his time he has change,! the
et and tine agent.
s reported he1e that the St
\\s r,',ilnmmail will beL'd i li m.i.i :'. i
e ib t tlih ti uL 1 the -.-
.annit be tubh.-ta; tiatel. ;I-
it may be at an v r.mniont. .\ i
tltdl with tle ruald 1 re in Chi-
at prement andi my be here in a
yh. A Innieller of the new
in% told your correspondent that
itt f'r the LOAD attached to the old
charter a locomotive would have
reached St. Andrews last year.
Karl Schneicer & Co. reached here
on Friday evening with a load offish;
sold a large quantity antd departed
for Geneva Saturday morning. Karl
says the roads are bad in some places
and bridges washed away. The grand
jury in its presentment says, "as far
as investigations have gone we have
found roads and bridges in the coun-
ty in very good condition." How far
have they gone, and wliat do they
know about them? Here is a man
comes with a load of fish drawn by
four oxen who has to go ten miles
around to cross a creek, because an
old rotten bridge.lhas been washed
away.
The grand jurors wish to make the
bird cage at Veruon look artistic and
so recommend tw'o coats of paiut,
while they slur over the most impor-
tant item in the prseentment--that of
roads and bridges.


Some good preaching is being giv-
n nus nowadays in the churches--both
Baptist and Metihodist, and between
them the saloon is getting tally-
whiack. MALACHY.

Hood's Cures.
In saving that Hood's Saraaparilla
oures, its proprietors mae no idle or cx-
travag.nt claim. Statements from thous-
ands of reliable people prove IhaT Hood's
aures.

G. A. R. NOTICE.
We take this opportunity of informing
our subscribers that the new Commis-
ioier of Pensions has been appointed.
Ie is an old soldier, and we believe that
)ldie:'s and the heirs will receive justice
t his hand. We'do not anticipate that
here will be any radical changes in the
administrationn of pension affairs under the
low regine.
We would advise, however, that U. S,
soldiers, sailors, and their ,heirs, take
tteps to make application at once, if they
Iave n t already doue so, in order to se-
are the :be:ifit of the early filing of their
lainis in case there should be any future
pension legislation. Such le.islati.iiu is
oldom retroactive. Therefore it is of
grcat inirortance that applications be filed
n thc department at the earliest possible
.ate.
SIU. S. Sold:els, Sailors, or their Wid-
w :, Child'en, or Parents di..s.ir in for-
inatiun in ,egard to pension rn:l t:r.r', they
should write to The l'ress C'laiinz Conm-
ai.y, at Washington, D. C., ;n1 they will
'repare and send the nece.ssIr.v app1lica-
on, if they find them entitled under
ine numerous laws enacted lr their
cs nefit. lAddr'tlas.


John Wed:lehburn M.:l.i;girg Atty.
Washingotoi 1J). C.
'. 0. Box 305.


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-aXXrdarxcl'a'ey, pachiinery


SAW MILL AND LUMBERMEN'S SUPPLIES,

Circular Saws, Belting, ron, Steel Brass and Iron Fittings,

NAILS, BUILDERS HARDWARE, WROUGHT IRON PIPE,
(Iutlery, Guns, Fishing Tackle, Ammunition, Railroad and Boat Spikes.
AGENTS .EOR
MUNSON & Co, Belting Co., Leather Belttng, Diamond Rubber, Lace Leather.
SPZEOIOA.L A-'iL.'.1-wUN5T3IOlT G-1L V -tiJT TO MVr A TT, OR"IDEBES.
Corner of Palafox and Romana Streets,
SPENSACOLA, FLA-,
I I I I


THE POPULAR


Lebis Hlouse,
PENSACOLA,
Is
the Place for Passengers
Going to and from St. Andrews Bay.

Rooms Gomfortafle!
Terms Beasonable!

NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
LAND OFFICE AP GAINESVILLE, FLA.,
April 21st, 1893.
Notiico is hereby given that the follow-
ing nanuied settler hab filed notice of his
intention to make final proof in support of
his claim, and that said proof will be
made before W. t. Lastsiter, clerk of the
circuit court it Vernon, Fla, on June
15, 1893, viz.
BENJAMIN B. BROWN ,of Econfina, Fla-
Hd 16,554, for the southeast quarter of the
southeast quarter of section 10and the
east half of the northeast iiaiter of st:
tion 15, township 1 s' r.in.g 13 : .
He names the follou"in wiltness-ii to
prove his continuous re-si'i..ice uPin aind
cultivation of, saidlanui: iz:
S. B. Ellis, J. W. Brown, J. W. Gainer,
W. R. Gainer, all of Ecoitinna, Fla.
ALEX. LYN>.H. Rgi..ter

In Christaina, with its 160,0l00 in-
habitants there are only 27 places
where liquor is retailed.

Tlie first elevated railway in Ent
-and is in. ,iLes. of ciO*-n trttctii at
. iverpool.

'I'tIR E DOLLARS A-
FOR LIFE.

Here I
I.le--'T'h6 LtestT


IL. m. i I 1 .. iil ,'odu ,_ th
.I'liieUIltImnjn t imim ;V lNiQiW1111
~I-he rii hai v lI.-ciici to prr- t...
rU.,II \ ,tl l ;.. i\ e ewarlI Li .
-;:- it E -l :; ilth Hall' Yai irl ,.i,...'
tic t.- iii lor flit sumime ]ei t il t' ,
have entered into a writh-i :I.m ,.In :
ipay through the Judges all .the rew --
Soffered below.
How TO. SbCURE A REwARD--Those who
become subscribers can compete free of
charge. A~ Ilat is necessary is take a
few sheets of paper and make all the
words von can out of the letters in thlie
three words, -'World's Columbian Ex-
position," and send them to us, enclosing
one dollar for six months subscription to
either the Canadian Agriculturist or The
Ladies IIofic M-igazine, two of the
choicest periodicals of the day. a
The sender of the largest list will re-
ceive $3 ser weel for life; 2nd, 1,00 in
gold; 3rd, 500; 4th, 25); 5th, 100;4ith,
ticket to World's Fair and ten day ex-
penses; pianos, organs, ladies and g. it-'
gold and silver watches, silver tea services.
diamond rings, and over 10.000 other re-
wads, making altogether the most valn-
alle prize list ever offered by any publish-
er. Send for pointed list of former prize-
winnerms.
RUrLs.-l. .Foreign or obsolete words
not counted. 2.'L.etters cannot be used
oftener that they appear in the words
"World's Columlbian Exposition"--
that is. the word "riddle," for instance,
could not lie used, because there is but
one "d" in the three words, etc. 3,
Naies of persons and pieces barred. 4,
No charge for packiig or shippi:ig but all
prize winners will be expected to help us
to extend our circulation- 5, All lists con-
taining over 100 correct wordswill receive
a special reward,
J'DGEs-The following well-known gen-
tlemen have consented to act as judges
and will see that the prizes are fairly
awarded: Commodore Calcuttf(proprietor
Calcutt's line of steamers), Peterborough,
and Mr. W. Robertson. president Times
Printing company, Peterborough.
AGENrS A.\NTr.D.-We pay one dollar to
five dollars per day, salary (no comnmis-
sion) to-men, women, boys and girls.
Write for particulars. Register all money
letters. Address, Ac.rmcuLTuInr PuB. Cc.,
(L'td), Peterborough, Canada.


THE

Ward Carriage Co.
Wholesale Manufacturers.
ESTABLISHED 1836.


)Carriages,
Buggies,
Road Wagons, &c.
Only skilled workmen employed.
We use the finest materials.
Send for Catalogue and Price List.
Every Job Guaranteed.

The Ward Carriage Co.
NEWARK, OHIO.
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FURNITURE.
If you need FURNITURE of any kind, call at




MIAKRSTON FITTONS

410, 4, 44 S. Palafox st, Pensacola. Fla.,

LARGEST STOCK,


LOWEST K+ES






Mxcel ljSGS* :BX'o4s


Whlole sale


Grocers


AND


COMMISSION


MERCHANTS.


rain, Feed and lour, 8pecialtiel
PALAFOX STREET, PENSAOOLA, FLORIDA.


IFlkh


EWIS BEAR. & CO,


WIgOLESALE


[ROCEM S,


pensl col., Eala



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Contractor for all kinds of


MARBLE AND STONE WORK.
Manufacturer of the Latest Designs in 1ou u ment s ,& Tombstones,
Agent fdr
Iron Fences, and Other Ornamental Work.
Correspondence Solicited ad D designs aind Estim ,t"s '.; 1.le .,n AI 'pliratiom.

PENSACOLA, FLO I I)A.




J. -flatn r uliiarcr,


FManufacturer of


AND

DEALER IN
Samfagis BuggieS 'agsns,
Jo W n, p S, ROAD '.RTS,
BUCK BOARDS, ONE HORSE and fAHM WAGONS.
REPAIRING ATTENDED TO PROMPTLY.
ro. 30 East Garden Street. Pensacola, File


WIL LETT'S



WEST END, ST. ANDREWS, FLORIDA.


ROUGH AND D RE SSED LUMBER
OF ALL GRADES.
PARTIES WHO CONTEMPLATE BUILDING WILL FIND IT TON

Their Advantage to Get Prices Before Ordletin gElsewhere.
OF FIC A-T T E-E MI ILL.
LEE WILLETT, Proprietor,


WeBSTER'S
INTERNATIONAL
xntirty Nw. DICTIONARY
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ie ST ANDREWS BAY



fHorMcUltral a n i Improvemnt

.A liso .ifctiona.-


ORGANzaIsc JANUARY. 9, 1892.

The object of this Association is to Improve the Country adjacent to St.
"Andrews Bay and to
Develop its ResouWree s as Fruit-Growing Country.
To accomplish this the Asmsociation proposes to Sell Lands intracts 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 th6
value ofeach 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 which will naturally be arkedv will be: "Is this Asso-
ciation reliable"? And the lInswer to it is: Any person employing the Association
to make improvements mnid deposit an approximate payment of the estimated cost of
the same with any responsible lusiniess nain or firm doing business on the Bay or in-
'---4nk at their own home to hc paid ovcr only when the Association shall satisfacto-
rilfshtow that the imlprovernmenti have I cci nl:lde a.:viirdin to ag reeliiilt.
rhe Association will InrP-n!.lv improve anll plant, lit watch and care for
all property entrusted to its kecriiui,.gniudin against forest fires, dishonest pilferers
or damages from any (cnlaui ossillh to be prevented.
From a cnireril estinmte 'of tlie probable expense and income of a fruit
plantation in the St. Andrews Bay country a few figures are.given:
Prioe of klof per acre, say .f -.to ;$50; cost of clearing, say 1.'(); *ost of planting 1st
year, say $30; cost of cultivation each year thereafter, $0.
It is not extraviaga.i: 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 coning into profitable nearing may he named pears, apricots,
nectarines, plumL, prunes, mulberries, olives, Japan persimmons almonds English
w-illnuts, Japal. chestnuts, pecans, and ,any other varieties of fruits and nuts. which
are almost certain to flourish here: while oranges and citrus fruits, though not con-
siilcrd certain vield large returns oftener than they miss.
The Secretnary ,f the Assodiation will give particular attention to an-
4eerilg letters of illliry, and the Buoy will in its answers to correspondents a1n-
a~ er all rliie tioiu u -kd it.
R E MIi E M E R the Association Lands will be sold on Easy
Fi'rn of P.tllelnt: lIut improvements must he )pa1i for as satisfactory proof is given
th.t Ilie w:n.lk lIas een performed. CORRE SPONDEN CE OLICITED.
AIl,:.1.-s I. E. IHOWARD, Sec.
lt: ''rri- . Fla.
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THE PEERLESS EXTENSION TABLE.


A BOXQP TABLE LEAVES IS NOT AN, ORNAMENTAL PIECE OP
FPURllTURE FOR ANY DliNWtN-ROOM; AND IF PLACED IN
SOMECLOSET, THERE IS ALWAYS MRE OR LESS TROUBLE IN,
GETTINGATIT. AVOID ALL BOTH Y GETTING A "PEERLESS"
TABLE LN WHICH THE LEAVES ARERATED.
Nothing to Wear Out or get Out of Order.
The oftener used the easier it works. Aat your dealer for t, or write us for prices.
We can suit lur pocket-book.


AVick.sburg ( M ich.) ma inn ha 12 T
light bramia h1eiI- thdL l.lid 70 ud,,./n l
-eggs bteweeli M-irch 15 aill Novc-iber L. J KEST
I last. From them 3S chicken.i wer,
raised, I1 of which weighe.d 0 ll lbs.
^=r- --. -" [}ru W W
A SECTIONAL MAP

Of St.Aireis Druggist!


ud tihe
Bay Country.


We have male arranlgements byh
which we can i'nishl tbin hlie MAP.
covering bout eighteen iiiiles square
.of territory, incui.hliig the Cincirnati
'Coumpany's Tract, also IIarrison,
Parker, Cromi antoui, ind adjacent
country, 'ur
)N L: DOLLAR.
By the aill Iof this map thp location of
laindi-purcha-,el of the Cincinnati
ComI1ai)aliy can be easily ascertained,
or, parties miay send us $1and their
description and we will locate their
lots and return the Map by mail.
Address, TilE Buoy,
.t. Andrews, Fla.

A MAP
AOfeh City of S t. Anrew,
gotten up with great care by the
.publisher, who has spared no pains
to prepare for the public a map of
St. Antdrews as it really is. It shows
about
FOUR MILES OF COAST LINE,
*j-idin; :istua!.l l'-ro Di-e ,,
Point, tii .. tihe 0,d 1 ow: i 0i: of
St. Andrews, anwl gives I-*c;t!ntin of
public bu.linie, places, private resi-
dences, docks, etc., also every lot in
each block an: thle adjiining addi-
tion to the Cincinnati Company's
lanA, with a full des'-ril !i ii of the
same.
'Thle Map will .liuw (.iers of lots
in the city j.i't IIlhere they are lo-
eated, ani. i.o of value to those think-
iilg of Ibuyini' l'Ir'lleriy.
SSize oi' MlDp i0xsO Inchles.
The BU( iY \il! i.o'iil this map to any
address : I th-l ri.-,'-. .t ,I
ONE DOL LAR


CmiatsTrade-marks, Dsign Patents, Copyrigs,
And all Patent business conducted for
MODERATE FEES.
Information and advice given to Inventorswithout
l101e. Address
PRESS CLAIMS CO.,
JOHN WEDDERBURN,
Managing AAttorney,
P. O, Box Z4 WASas GToN, D.C.
WIThla Company I managed by a combination of
te largest and moit influential newspapers In the
tnMled States. tor the express purpose of protect-
Iuf their m isrih ers_ Aslinst unnacrpulons
and Incompetent Patent Ars':u:.a, cad Crec phjL.r
printing this adverti 3 I"-t r *: ches for the responal-
bllUtiand hlgh sandiu ;g.: L:~. 'ref r C."- ir. 'c.'pany.


DEALER IS


Drugs,


Medicines,


FANCY
AND
Toilet Articles.



Prescriptions W Family Beceipts
CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED.

St. Andrews,Fla.

PAL METTO

Mattresses 0 Brushes!

ALSO WALKING CANES!
Manufactured by
WV. F. ROTZEIN.

i;.aniination of these MattrCe'scs
and, )iiti-h will prove their superi-
ority over any other mnaltria].
Call and Examine these Brushes and Mat-
tresses or Write for Prices,
Residence one door north of Postoffi cc
fc" ... .-. -* -.l

FOUND!
Ix ST. AxilnrrLvs,
IMen who wear

SHIRTS
Of all kinds and styles; you can
Have them 31ADE by measure,
Laundried in the best style,
and Warranted TO give satisfaction.


iWheutrem OBDE ,R remener
V. D. CREENE
ais H t


PRIZES ON PATENTS,

How to Get $2,500 for Nothing.
The Wfinner has a i.'lar 'ilf' o/ a Simn,,
-'"ortuii tad lrd the Losers Hlarre .Ptt,1' lls
Tlhrl altMri Il-isn Thenm ti IStlill More.
Wouldl you like to make twenty-
five hunllredl dollars? If you would,
read carefully what follows and yon
may bee a way to do it. ,
Tlie Prems Cluims Comipany devotes
nmucli attention to patents. It has
handled tlhonsanids ofapplications for
inventions, but it would like to handle
thousands more. There is plenty of
inventive talent in this country, need-
ing but encouragement to produce
practical results. That .encouiage-
ment tihe Press Claims Complany pro-
poses to give.
Not so Hard as it Seems.
A patent strikes most people as an
appallingly formidable thing. The
idea is that an inventor must be a
natural genius, like Edison or Bell;
that lie must devote years to delving
in coi)iplicated mechanical problems
andi that he must spend a fortune on
delicate experimenteii t Lefre lie can get
a lnew device to a ilpatlrnta'ui degree
of perfection. This delusion the
coimlpainy desires to dispel. It desires
to got into the head of the public a
clear comprehension of thie fact that
it ib not the great, complex, and ex-
pensive inventions that bring the best
returns to their authors, but tie little,
simple cheap ones-the things that
seen so absurdly trivial that thl av-
erage citizen would feel somewhat
ashamed of bringing them to the at-
tention of the patent office.
Edison says that the profits lie ihas
received from the patents on all his
marvellous inventionslhav\e not beeni
sufficient to pay the cost of his ex-
periments. But the man who con-
ceivedl the idea of fastening a bit of
in liber cordl to a child's ball, so that
it woiuldl comane Iack to the hand when
tllii,\\li, iii:ile at fort-line out of his
sChti i'ii. lh modern sewing nia-
elhie is a ii ir'a-le of ingenuity-tihe
l'roductl. ior tihe toil of hundreds of
lii,-busy Illiiin, iiough a hundred aitd
tilyv yI:Ir11, but I he whole brilliant re-
sAil le Ci-s uijiio tile simple device of
ptlin110 the u.-\e of the needle at the
pl.,iin i;i.-at. ,al f at the other end.
The Littls Things the Most Valuable.
('rniiali'ili\vi-y fewV people regard
Lticiiinsel \( es iinventirs, biut almost
e\e iil.'. hl:iis been struck at one
' IIanotheir, \ it h ideas that seem-
Lit I Wi Itil 'lo Iiiuce sollle of the


ii.n "t a uilei. .tnally sluch!
' ^. i i .,, \\'hit ouit lurthier


.I I i aili,:u l1 i'.l li 'n;i!v
\iii ,inla.' .-', I li ti tm..',


.,'r. '*Il l n l \ i L .-
\ .
\'.u.d! la,, ,I t .l i


w;is th1 n' man thatI mnide
il'elepa n thliiin iung '.!?" gruil lmbdcs
em' cuk. l I I' ipi-cr hadi to work over
Wr tove, fir he would have kiownu how
it rightl litive been fixed."
'* iinall .llsch a collar bl tton!
gri.-!-. the !mrin who is late for break-
la.,1l. 1 I \\u ic ii tlie i'i i-i' -- I'd
inake buttons that w'onilIn't slip, out,
or break off, or gouge out the back
of mly neck."
And then the various snffirerrs I'lfr-
get about their grievances aild begin
to th link about somnetlingi else. If tlhey
woiul'd sit dlown at thie next conveni-
elt opportunity, plt their ileas about
car windows, saucepans and collar
buttons into practical shape, and then
apply for patents, they mnighlt find
themnselves.as independently wealthy
as the Iman who iiivented the iron
umtibrella ring or the one wiho patnet-
ed the fifteen puzzle.
A Tempting OI.M.
T'' induce people to keep track of
their bright ideas and see wilat there
is ini them, tlie Press Claiins Coniipna-
Ily has resolved to offer a prize.
'To tlie Person whole Submnits to it
tihe Siumplest and Most Promini:igi Ii-
vention front a Conilmmercial Point of
View, the Companly \\ill Giva Twen.-
ty-Five Hundred Dollars in Cash, in
addition to ,4iolfunding tihe Fees for
Securing tile Patent.
It will also Advertise the invention
Free of Chaii e.
This offer is sulbjct to the follow-
inil e.ltditions: Every competitor
nuilstt obtain a patent for his invention
through this comlpany,1y lie must fiist
alp'py fior a preliminllary search, tithe
coat of which will be five do0 Rll;.
SiilL tile sea rcti sho\v liis devicee to
ble u iialte table, lIe can withdraw
vilihoit further explese. Othierw\\ise
lie will bt expect'-d to complete his
alU!ic;itiom and take uti a lamte:t in
the reg'iar ; h:iv. Tie total expe:lse,
inicltuinug G I\'ieriiin'elt unud lhureanu
fees, will be $70. For this, wh'heth
lie secure s tile iriz or' Inot, the in-
ventor will :hav\e Z4 patent that (utl'iit
to be a \vl ail'l e lproielty Ut liinm. [The
x' i will b, a ; iw r 'i v ;l Jlio r .I,, i-
sistiig o ,' t lire re e iitabtu 1 I :' l ; :t ; I -
toru.'ivv of \\'aslhi ig'toin. iilt n,!iii'
conlm i eiia, s suluio id ti l oUi tti( iollmix\-
i in lo); i k "i!l lt forward it witih thliir
,l ; 'p i '; : on :


S" ,.- _- i J u 1 ,' -b93.
SPANISH CATARRH CURE. I ainii the within dseriltd inveitiou
I N G OF PAIN in Cp);Ipt For Ct arrh, Coughs or Colds. Bronchitis drled l-oll;r "':'izc o r. bycd hy the l'res.
A -i'.... I He ic ~le e, 8- ..i a ., Swell- Claimis C':. p:i!: .:
ilgs, RPllli- -, Neuralgia, Liver _______
C*' ,1:,1.iilt ]h:eul nalim, M
Cr:t!ll;.. I' ,,;,, Toothache, Dipth- No Blanks ia Ta.3 Co an;eitio'l.
eria. Sore Ttlii'r.t. Price Fitri Cents. Th is i a colipetitii.r i! rather n; n't-
\V' guaran tee -tis:- ,. m I or we give you n.ts al inat.ili It is conii!ini to hiack youri monle. Call at your Drug
"rI n-.L ". priz.,s l',)r the bCest story', -r rliamlnr-,,
St,.'e or apply to W. R. HALL, prm fr tle bet story, 'r piinr",
For aile b) -b Lordaburg, Cal. or a..i:p i!t :!al ilan, all the c imip t-
i)K J.J.1 i lSTE'' it t.< li ki': the 'loss of th1<:- ld,).)i
S- ..\. i0 \ .-: ta id li -t .i. u: n 'elv .- e i ng


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ter how to improve it than the ine-
chai:ic:al expert \who studies it only
front tie theoretical point of view.
Get iid of the idea that an improve-
Ilelnt (can be too simple to be worth
patenting. The simpler the better.
'[he person wvho best succeeds in
combi:iing sin;.lihi!ty and popularity
w\il get the Pirl.-- lainis Comllpalny's
twenty-five ho ilr-1 id'lars.
The resll. nil.iiily of tiis comipaiiy
imay be judged firom the fact that its
stock is held by iabolt three hunl(red
of the leading newsj!apeis of the
Unitoel states.
Addi!ess the Press Ciaims Compa-
Iny, John W V'bleburni, laia, ginig .\t-
ttorney, 618 F street, N. \V., Wash-
ingtoni, D. C.
How To fMaike Celluloid.
The process of' making celluloid is
thus descriibed:-L-A mixture of five


eighteen ho.'rs; or, ti.ke thie P. & A.
railroad., t PeF nacp !a or wx,"rvver else
yon may strike it, for Chipicy; the
ditance from hore to St. Andrews
overland with a very good road, is
fty-two miles; a new livery firm in
Chipley have put in service a line of
comfortable, new hacks with good
teams, the trip is niade in one day,
and the pnces charged will be as reas-
onable as circumstances will warrant;
or, write beforehand to Robt. Baker
of St. Andrcvwn, whose advertisement
is to be found in the Buoyr, making a
date for himi to meet you at Mn:aianua,
uottordale, or any convenient station
on tihe P. & A.; or, coming from the
north to Montgomcry, Ala., to Bain-
Ga., over the Alaba-nma lidland rail-


parts 'of lip ll' oe nell al'. two patrt road aind thence to Wo'.aiitchka
nitric acid, i'ailli in fie spray upon steamboat or a cheaper ro-. to is to,
paper until .-atur:lted, conivertls itscome m i 'nto y to Enfa
come {ruml :^lonitg 'ol:me'"y to Enfal;:,
ceul'ose into pyroxylin (gun cotton). .
e ii (g o Ala over the M. & E. railroad andi
liiTh. aii i:n1 ueing0 thoroughly ex- bv sienmer to Wo\wahichka, where
tractel !iy pressure, and repeated a hack can be found to convey you
wasl;n!::.. f' prne water, the'pulp i sixteen miles to Wetappo(; here eoll-
t.:, iv ; bleaching trough iand section may be niade with the East
I, t, B ay mail sailboats, making daily
st ,f wter w tri,;s up and down the Bay; and
through a strairier. Mixed with from the passage fiom the head cf the
20 to 40 per cent of its weight in Bay to St. Andrewv will be made
canmphor, them pulp is the subjected in a feiw hours, affording a delightful
to trituratin by i;.,t..::. aud a iter ,ie over one of the finest bodies of
to tri turn tii byt ab terI
, *'ctt ra tlie wxoill l at I;-;fll comt ; tlis.,
the ailition t liIe colorimi powders, ate i the ol at cost; ti
a ti-i. roule ilmay also be taken advantage of
the pnl'eessC I",: i.nicor;-pratiou i1s re- by taking the P. & A. to River Jnnc-
qiired. ''The iIa:is is n:!a;lly spread tion, th jice to (.:cordon, V'e;va lii.tc'iika
out im:'th::i a;lyers upon smooth and on! ~Vtappo. If the ''ewal itclhka
regultm tr- ';f., of uniform size. *route be taken, dates .ma y be fixed
T iy t te ahead with parties there for hack
e, ,s to be in readiness at any time.
ers, kept apart by sheFts of Iltintlii .
,, r. ,we 'et -IuhjJected by hyvdrauiv
ic ,p Xver t a, :r ,re of 151, at N BITTERS
% f-eq t:.,s of iistliresi, In-
t!II: ) Len reimuoveI, i"rl-de D ii
SDebility

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iim,,i ,i,,,: rLiaw'Arl .n1(ilnd utir., ain to thank imy
IBomtn4.rari maror.reisal rimllcinm.


i .,oll iig man-i wish to ask yoq
1ipiilon, sir, as to whether your
,tl;ghiter would make me a good wife?
Lawyer-No, sir; she would not
Five doltiars, please.


FOR SALE
A LIGHTNING PLAYER,
iNew and Warranted in Every Rcspee
A Large Size Camera and Photog
rapher's Outfit
With full Instructions for us
CHEAP AT THE BUOY OFFICE



-A DULL KNIFE ABOUT
S THE HOUSE WILL4
BE A THING OF THE
PAST IF YOU HAVE A
DUPLEX STEEL.
IT CONSISTS OF TWO
FINELY-TEMPERED AD-
JUSTABLE BUTCHERS'
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FOR) Y OUR

DRY GOODS, HATS, SHOES CLOTHING;'


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li beral patronage,
tiy to. lease them with

good Materieland Reasonable
C 1: A R= C- 1-f .
So call on
UNCLE CHARLEY,
You will Find him in the Postoffiee
building at Parker, ready at all times
to Repair Your Boots and Shoes.


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Publishers and Stationers,
Have the exclusive sale of these cel-
ebrated Glasses in
St. Andrews, Fla.
KELLAM & M OORE,
The only Manufacturing Opticians in
the South.
jp*Peddlers are not supplied with these
famous Glasses.


Ba 's Hflack Line
HAving recently purchased

An Elegant Hack,
"am prepared to Carry Passengers to and
fr:o; Clipley, V rnon, Mariaina and oth-
er apeils with CE0nfov'; uid expedition.
P et < .qpji n 1
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ma t o y afl ),ii;pii n s t (.'ipic', 5 ii-
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STEELS SO ARRANGED
THAT A CHILD CAN
USE IT. FOR SHEARS
AS WELL.
IF YOUR HARDWARE
DEALER DON'T HAVEo
IT, SEND 75c. TO
THE FOSTER RAZOR GO.,
FULTON, N. Y.

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QUEENSWARE. Ete,


liE SELLS FOR CASH AND MAKES

THE LO V ES T PRICES.


The Edna Piano & Organ Co., Konroevlle, Ohio, k aa.
High yrliraie Instruments only. Plano cased of'gans
,pr-- (tr ia la specialty. The accompanying cut represents our
MLE A l.m"" m----UPRIGHT GRAND PIANO OROA.----
B B This beautiful piano model is certainly the acme of
S perfect lou aud talnds pre-eminent above all ompetd-
Sit hout a know-n i, peer in the world.
i' l-' l FTHE ONLY ONE OF ITS KIND IN THE WORLD.
Beautiful iu design, unequaled in quality of toneand
finish, and unsurpassed in solidity o( construction.
Fuil pisno size and proportiou, piauo flish. piano
pedal, cortmuou binge on lo:k board, piano mnsD"-
rack, piano frets of the latest design of tracings, hand
carved piano trusses, etc., and unlike all other piano
cased organs on the market, has the most perfect stop
action. The lock-board is made in two sections, t= e
first section fouling back and laying in the second
section, in which position the instrument presents a
piano appearance. By a second motion the second
S sections slight raised, and swinging back under the
upper front brns the stop-action into prominence.
We have also aLy LeautifulI d artistic designs in
high top styleshat are unsur assed by any manuta -'- --
g tnirer in the w,-_d. Caorrr.ppondence solicited. Cat- 1
logues mailed on application. Address all corre-
spondence dil'ct to the manufacturers. S, peal
inducements offered to all foreign trade. Samle
L Instruments sent on approval and guaranteed to oe
- 6 JAD TRE IKRuAD upto hehlhesastasndard. AllItrumentawarrantel
tor six years.


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AND A COMPLETE STOCK OF


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UNDERFAKEW


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Buy a Good Gash Register.
,:I' THE MERCANTILE, PRICE, $25.00.
Used and endorsed by nearly 10,000 progressive Merchantsl
A PERFECT CASHIER,
NEEDED IN EVERY RETAIL ST 2E.
k.It has the lat-:st inmprovel criubination
-- It is ti q :,-- .' .. p t .
'- It re orJki I' i .. i t lin l.reLi-ave.d
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, it I lUly .u'i niil d .' a iA 'Oit eas.
'-"- '_ : WRITE TO THE MANUFAC1 URERS
FOR FULL PARTICULARS.
AI .RICA CASH REGISTER CO.,
2'.0 Clinton St., Chicago.


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his ik r time iIti iniounit th.e I'i Bi. Pnt l r< uI SI .'I v..

om aliLctlliln, .. tir l d i i te iE -.e .- ', ....t. ,, ., i ,, ,,,, i .., ,.,
ler'.-,n i. :i.-kedl ur ereLlv to hiIp hiliin l', | I '.r ', ." Wholesale Manufacturers of
a l l 1 0 I .-N e I l it. h im h i e I a1 .M I N 'i I t :.. *
anI tic ,,,e ,h,,i ii,. heli. h ,.. t, h.'- ; PLEASURE VEHICLES. r
I'*.4' ;i[t :lnilla Ij. t 'l l\ ll l I ,; .J .L .* 1 .1. 1! . .' '.
doing it. iThe pliu i omily a stinimn- and a iew 'I:,rd: s :b.,lit tlI ioc ;s t C.
lus to do sm, li,hig liat. wou d ,vL,; i: the, p,, : I..-"
Sell worto h ,doing titi l lit it. [ i. -i e ,
architect whose cli:1l1etili\;l plan ;r be .t e 'Vi h0 w:, ,,:/ -
a club house on :- lerl.i corner is t
not accepted has l.si.rt his laborr oi made the trip;. 'h v ; utes g
something of very litt!, nuse to him. there is little if viy ': v I thl
But the person whc patents a simple iter.,f eeite,. ,ii ;a Mo- /
and useful device in the Press Clain b" h ile s ..ns and e the
Company' c' ip.etil in need ntt .t n C d .' ", t
wor y if he fails to seeuriethe prize. set( ilnle : tv a:. ia rei,-
-Ie hasa Hsubstantial result t toslwiow er 'essi P. n:l:,: '1artla r tri i A A
for his Vorkl-- ne that ,wi!l Icmllanla tr.'i's,e every piossi'le attention is giv- A. A &
it.s valo il he i art .t any t t. o efort ,as .., maandtt / rd m OW N ORO
The plain mani who uses anl a tite t f a t o s i t i, r ctory and Salesooms, OENSBORO, KY.
ill his daily work onlght to knoi bet- ..... x r. .. 'l ..r..i f
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