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 8, 1893
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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: VID00131
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33065309
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St nlrews Bay!

Virst, Last, and all the



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OFFICIAL DIRECTORY,

UNITED STA-. t:s.
.enatours- Holn. Sani'l I'asco, Monticello;
Hon Wilkinson Call, Jacksonviile.
.eprrsemntaltiv.s- lst l)istrict, S. It. Mal-
lorv, P'en6aiico ; *2d )dsl)tlit t, C. 21.
Cooper.
,Ilad Otticc-Register, Alux. Lvn'ch: Re-
rei ',r Volney .1. Shipmnan, Gainesillte.

G.,vcrnoir-Hucnry L. Mitchell; Attornvrt
G;t-ner:tl, \Vm. 11. Laimiar; Secretarv <1'
State, .1. L. n'ruw onrd; Con lt roller, W.
1). Bluxham; Cnmininnionier ol' Agricul-
lure, L. B. Wonmbwell; Superinitendenit
of' l'ublic Inslruetion, W. Shtats:
Tre:isurer, ('. It. Collins; Justice of Su-
premie Court, R. F. Ta'lor, T'llalansse,
SENATOIAL. I.)IrTlIrcT.
i-enator-Alonzo W. Weeks, Clipley.
WASHINGTON C'ouXTVy.
{epresenlalive, W. R. 3iliner, Chiplyv,
County Judge, Wa\n....Jolnes, Vetaioin;
Clerk of Court, C.1 `_- Clerk. Recorder

i r. 'na s u Ire r,
I. C. Horne, Chipl.y; T x' Collector, .1.
W. Cravey, ernon; Tax Asetssor, A.
I.G ', Grassyi Point; Superinlendemnt
of I'uliec Instruction, L. L Charles,
V'ernon; Surveyor, TlhoB. 'ollinis, Clip-,
ley.
ST. ANDREWS.
Justice of the Peace. G. B. Thompson;
" Notary Public, Deputy Circuit Court
Clerk, R. D. Hopkins; School Super-
visor, R. F. Brackin; Post Mistress,
Mrs. E. P. 3laxon.
HA.unisoN.
Notary Public. G. B. Thompson; Post-
master, C. J. Demorest.
PA.R KEII.
Postmistress, Annie R. Parker.

CAXLHOUN COUNTY-CROMANTON.
INotaries, E. Mosher, Frank Hoskins;
I'ostmaster,W. M. Croman.

RELIGIOUS.
Methodist-Church corner of W.ifslinlg-
lon lnvenue and Clhetniut strict--Rev. \\.
31. CIroKian pa.stir. Preaching at 11 a. m.
and 7:30 p. m.. every altcr-nate Sunday.
Sev enth D)v Ba ptist-Meets every Sat-
urda% at II o'clock a. m., corner of Wood-
,ine avenue and Bay View streets; prayer
nicetlig sanne place every Friday evening
at 7:30.
Presbyterian--Clhurch corner Loraine
'ivenue and Drake str-eel. Rev. C. P.
Slade (Christian) prnnches by permis-
sionl every alternate Sunmay at 7:30 p. m.
Ca lldeli-C'ihurUi curier WA3 mwini" ave,
nue amnd Fose'lir drirelt.

BU-SINESS DIRECTORY.
F. B. BELL,
Notary Public for the tlate at Large. Of-
fice in Jio. T. Piils' sl, re,
PARKER L- A.
W H. .ARKERL


ler. .-: -"I -- L0
1 .J. HiUGtr ,
WVatchniaker, Jeweler and Optician.
Office and salesroomn in (Gieo. RWs-
sell's store, corner iofl ay View and
W yoming avenues.
St. Andrews, Florida.
R. D. HOI'KIN.S,
Notary IPublic.
and Deputy Circuit Court Clerk.
Office and lodgings in the Rodney
i builiig 2d door north of'postoffice.

DR, J. J. KESTER,
Homeopathic Physician and Ac-
coucher. Office Pioneer Drug Store,
corner of Shell avenue and Michi-
gan Ntreet,
St. Andrews Florida.
W. O. BUTLER.
Attorney at Law. Practises in State
tnd Federal Courts. Will attend the
Courts of St. Andrews whon wanted
Residence and. office,
Saipley, Florida
EDWIN A. EMMONS.
General Newarpaper and Periodical
A. O- IT 0 "Y
CHICAGO HERALD, N. Y. WORLD, N.
Y. HERALD AND -CONCURRENT PUBLI-
CATIONS, ST. Louis REPUBLIC AND SAN
FnANcisco EXAMINER.

I Subscriptions Solicited,

THE MAILS.
Mas. MAXxoN POSTMISTRESs.
East, west and north inail, Tia. Chipley de-
parts every day except Sunday at I-
o'clock; arrives every day except Sun2
day at 112:30 p. m.
East Hor Hu Cromanton,
ppo, leaves-
St. AiaTcws 'going b... -every morning
at 9 o'clock and arrives, coming west
every afternoon at 3 o'clock.

Late Register U. S. Late Chief Clerk U.
Land Office, .. Land Ottice.
Gainesville, Florida.
L. A. BAsNEs, W. PORTER.
BARNES & PORTER,
Land Attorneys,
Gainesville, Florida.
Seven years experience in the U. S.
Land Office.
All matters before the U. S. Land Office
at Gainesville, Fla., and General Land Of-
fice at Washington, D. C., will receive
pronpt attention,
Patents procured in all classes of land
entries, and particularly in cases of Span-
ish Land Grants. Parties notified of Can-
cellations. Amendments and changes of
entries effected. Contests carefully con-
ducted.

SURBER'8


EXPRESS
I am prepared to do all kinds of
Hanling at the lowest living rates
and give entire satisfaction.
WOOD AND FENCE POSTS
Cut anld delivered at reasonable rates
G. WV. SURBER.


PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY.
One Dollar a Year in Advance.

EMMONS & LYNCH
Publishers and Pror motors
WAr. A. EMxxons. E. J. LYNCH.

Advertising Rates Malde Knnwn on
Appileatioin.

Boys Make Men.
When you see a ragged urclin
Standing wistful in the street,
With torn hat and kneeless trousers(
Dirty face tnd bare, brown feet,
Pass not by the child unheeding;
Smile upon him. Mark me, when
He's grown old hln'll not forget it,
For remember, boys make imen.
Have you 4S en a gra-Inu,
'7 Wtthl his eyes aglow wit- h. .
Bring to mind some act of kindness-
Something said, to him, a boy?
Or relate some slight or coldness,
With a brow all cloudless, when
He recalled some heart too thoughtless,
To remember boys make men.
Let us try to add some pleasure
To the life of every boy,
For each child needs tender interest
In its sorrow and its joy.
Call your boys home by its brightness;
They avoid the household when
It is cheerless with unkindness,
For remember, boys make men.

Answers to Corresionidents.
The Buoy is no real estate agency;
neither buys, sells, or puts a price
upon lots; it has advertisers who pay
attention to such matters; address
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-
mation help along the work we have
undlertalken-that of building up St.
Andrews and the Bay country and
addling value to every piece of prop-
erty owned by *I Iur que.lst iners I.y at
once becoming anil rei iiinil sub-
scribers to the BLDv. Remember ith at
we attend promptly to tile payment o
taxes for subscribers wiithllut charge
t'r oi. services. Any inqii irie. cn-l-
cr axes should aas be ae-
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o1n aor ote JargrT- 1n ar"
tfsta 'c h.liit iu old letters to
fibu it; they are not .preserved-also
with at least six cts. postage, fur the
collector's office is tilty min ls 'a\,iv
and, to do any business \itLh hLi wev
inllnt write him; .ennl two cts for his
answer and two cts more are required
to answer the correspondent:
A. L. 0., Camanche, Iowa: Ver-
non is the county seat and W. B.
Lassitter is the clerk of courts, etd.;
see official directory.
R. P. D., Oakwood, S. Dak.: St.
Andrews Bay is as fine a harbor for
vessels of any size as there is in the
world; but those drawing more than
18 fest of water cannot enter lt the
Pass; there is slight difference be-
tween either of the routes named in
"How to Reach St. Andrews" on 4th
page; if you choose to come by Mo-
bile or Pensacola the steamer Gulf
City will transport you from either
of those places.
Rev. G G. K., New Bnaunfels,
Tex.: If yen so wish, the Buoy can
look after your taxes; if you are a
subscriber, our services are given
gratis; otherwise you will be charged
25e per year; the company is out of
business, hence you can get no com-
muuication with its former officers.
R. A. C., Cleveland, O.: Taxes
can only be paid to the collector year
by 'year; if you choose to entrust
some one with the money to pay them
for a longer period, as you did the
old company, that is a business
transaction between you and the par-
ty, in which the tax:collector is in no
wise*interested; if you choose to have
the Buoy to attend to it you may de-
pend upon prompt, and satisfactory
treatment so long as you contribute
your part thereto; while we do not
agree to pay the taxes for any num-
ber of years for a specified sum,
whatever amount you may send will
be placed to your credit and paid out
as far as it goes, as taxes become due.

Felt But Not Seen.
Smith. Gray & Co's Monthly,
Maud-Has your fiance a mus-
tache?
Marie-Yes, indeed!
Maud-Is it dark or hght?
Marie-It's-it's-well the fact is
I really don't know. I never see
him except when the gas is turned
down.


Firomi tlhe Capitial.
Correspondence of the Bn'ov.
Tlie general public has ino, colncela-
tion of the magnitude of tie \White
House mail and the amount t o labor
iinvrolved in its proper disposal.
Fnom 1,200 to 1,500 lt te-rs a day
Share received by Presiden t ''level:and,,
and Mr. Thurber, his Iilivatt secre-
tary, gets about 300 lier diem in a.l -
dition. Colonel Crouok, lio ) lIi
been attached to the White HIuse
staff every since Presidlent Lincoln's
time, says that mail delivered at the
Executive Mansion has never before
averaged one-half its pre.oent volume
Telegrams come in at the rate ol' 31I
Cevv twent,-fiour h1asii, aid of thes-,.
"(ilnA-?,' IilLbts Are ireclnneiidalLiniis o)f
candidates for government places
All uf these letters are opened by Mr.
O'Brien, the executive clerk, except
those known to be private, which are
sent to the desk of Private Secretary
Thurber. The missives marked
"private and personal" are nearly
always from total strangers who want
something. Such communications
in the ordinary run are not referred
to Mr. Thurber, but are sent direct
to the several departments to which
they properly belong. Only the se-
lected letters go to Private Secretary
Thurbcr. He sorts them over, pick-
ing out those which require Mr.
Cleveland's personal attention.
These are put in a special basket by
themselves and are called "the Presi-
dent's budget." At night, after all
other work is finished, this budget is
gone through by Mr. Cleveland and
Mr. Thurber together. Often it is
2 o'clock a. m. before it is done with.
All of the communications receiv-
ed by mail at the White House are
i',:il:kc, afto:t ;a while iln wooden boxes
anal eventually they are torn into
piieces and burned. This rule does.
n',t, apply, lnhowever, to missives which
are really inipo'rtant. They are kept
on file ,permmaneintly. There is at the
vxuti\c M:aii iali a so-callled
eitric file," i which :i& put all
,i.l ~.ie containia thlneats and rianings.
'Tihe tile has been kept eversin.ce tihe
el'i.,i'l of (uilteaui, io li wrote many
.-ichi notes betf're he shot 'e.sidlent
(.lti.l.. \An entirely sant office-
seeker the other day sent a lock of
his own fiery red hair with his ap-
Ilication for the position he sought,
saying that lie understood that
character could be divined by a per-
son's capillary traits.
There is no apparent abatement in
the deep interest inspired by the re-
cent decision of the United States
Sniprenme Court declaring consitu-
tional the Geary Chilese exclusion
act passed by the last Congress.
The act prescribes a system of inden-
tification and registration of all 3
Chinese in this country, and failure
of any Chinanmau to comply with its
provision by tie fifth day of the
present month invokes the penalty of
expulsion from the United States.
It is estimated that there are about (
110,000 Chinese in the country,
while only about 6,000 have regis-
tered as required. Since the decision
of tIhe Supremuie Conlt was rendered (
it has been decided that the act will
1be enforced to thie extent of thie abil- (
ity of the administration. The pros- (
ecutions of the unregistere.l Chinese
will go on as long as the money ap-
piopriated for thie pwpose holds out,
and that is about slthiat can be done


for the present. Secretary .of thie
Treasury Carlisle, under whose juris-
diction the law is to be enforced,
states that he will certainly eirforce it
as to deporting Chinese as far as the
means at his disposal will permit.
He intends.to begin with that class
of Chinese who are in this country
illegally, having come in contraven-
tion with tie law of 1884. Having
sent this class out of the country, he
will then attention to the other and
larger class, those who have failed to
comply with the Geary law. But
$16,000 remain of the appropriation
for the present fiscal year to carry
out this law, but $50,000 more will
be available fer the purpose on July 1,
next .
A recent bulletin of the eleventh
census hearing on the social statis- I
tics of the United States reveals the
fact that the people of the country
are well provided with.- means of f


almu.sem mnt. In:.297 cities there are s


2 017 ilanCes ,of anmn.'. i'..,i-t', f which
6il17 a: tin'atr.'. 1.i ,73S inar calls uiisee
used for the theatrical nientrtainine!nts,
etc., and 212 are beer gardens. Of
these cities 62 are provided with
theare.-, halls aund beer ga'rdelns, 142
have theaters and has,, 4 have
tlieate s and gardens, 4i have halls
:atnd gardens, 55 have thfiters only
and :30 have only halls.
Those who hIa;\e a weakness for for-
eign n,,bilitv have been much elatedl
at thie recent visit to tho, Capital of
the Princess Infantf2Eulalie, of
Spain. Tihe princess -3ii her royal
site called on tihe pr'g nt at tlhe
White Hou9 Tbbsequent-

Cle'velanll at a state dinner.
a
A Literary Sensation.
"Uncle Tom's Cabin" has certain-
ly "broke loose"! The copyright on
tihe most famous Ameiican novels,
by Mrs. Stowe, has recently expired,
which frees its publication from the
monopoly of the high-priced publish-
ers, and though in anticipation of
this fact they have within a few
months greatly reduced its price,
now that it is really "unclaimed"
the consequences are something sur-
prising. John B. Alden, Publisher,
of New York, issues several editions,
selling them only direct (in..t through
agents or book sellers): one in good
type, paper covers, for 5 cents, sent
post-paid, or the same bound in
cloth for 10 cents with postage 7
cents extra; also an excellent large-
type edition, on fine paper, hand-
somuely bound in cloth for the price
of 25 cents, postage 10 cents. Sure-
ly a copy of "Uncle Turn's Cabin"
will sooin be found in every home
where it is not aLPeady. Mr. Alden
sends a pageg. pi'amplet de.eilnli-r.
many of his publications -free, or r
catalogue of 128 pages of 'clhi.-i-
books, a veritable "literary g I.
mine" for book-lovers, for 2 ceni..
Address Johl B. Alden, pfbli-I,.-i,
57 Iose St New York. i
4"uto Treat a Book.e1i.,
He yat- a booj agent, aw j.'n-
ently a thrifty one, for hi4 clutches
were good and he had the blaring of
a man who knew his buinilnes and .lid
it successfully, says the Detroil Free
Press. He knocked at thie looifof;a
house on Second avenue; and upon
boing admitted sent up his card. The
lady of the house, of course, didn't
know who her visitor was, and came
down to see. As soon as she stepped
into the room where he sat expectant
she spotted him for what he was and
made up her mind.
"Ah, Mr. Blank," she said, so cor-
dielly that he lost his balance, "how
do you do? I am real glad you came
in. You know it was vdry kind of
you. 48o many men have a way of
trying to escape, and its such a rare.
thing for one to be brave enough to
:ome right up, that really I am
charmed."
By this time the agent was clear
off lhis feet, and'-tried to say some-
.hingg, but she went right on.
You know, of course you must
know that the ladies of this street are
loing all they -can to raise money
inongh to buy an organ for our
church and we only need now $100 to
complete the full amount necessary.
Of course we expected you would give
is $10, but as you have been bold
enough to beard the lion in his den"
-and she laughed merrily-"why
you know I am going to let you off


on only $5. It's such a small
amount that I'm sure you'll not hes-
itate to give it to us, though,of course,
if you wish to make it $10 we will
not refuse it."
By this time he had in some man-
ner fished out the only $5 bill he had
Ind handed it over.
"I'm sure he began.
Oh, don'. mention it, she went on;
you are too kind, and now I won't
detain you a moment longer from
your business, for I know how busy
men are in the daytime."
He began to say.sonletihing again.
"No, no," she interrupted, "I
won't listen to a wurd. You must go
now, and some other time you may
come in and tell me how glad you are
to help us," and she fairly hustled
him out of the front door and shut it
after him.
Then she laughed.
"Well," she said, "I guess he
wen't come back agafn," and he,
'rom the other side of the door didn't
ask her to guess again.


wV here Leads the Pnt!i.
1. >o late, loo late! All, La.,teul sound,
'hat jarsi mni ear witu mockery-
Too late for you, too late for me;
Miint riin regrets ouI future wound-
Can opportunities be found
That ha e Ibeen lost 0, answer me!

Long days and years may yet be ours-
Their shadows dark we must endure;
But there's a sunshine, too, so pure,
It ':=in unfold the sweetest tiowers-
Make light the moments and the hours,
And 'lragnant zephyrs to us hlre.
Lost ccloc-a a'rnm the past we iear-
Lct's heied then not, nor look to see,
ItS taunwtillg .prt-etres so mlrous glee--
Lt-'s se-k to find across liNe's more
A ta.r f iiho-a it a clIear,
W hlji.': r l-eaJ t. pal ta f'or YVou aiid me.




TIHE RAJAH'S RUBY


By J, G. BETHUNE

.Copyrlght, 18L3, by American Press
tlon.l


Assocla-


(CONTINUED.]
CHAPTER XI.
HE WAS A SECOND TOO LAITT.


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The fierce Asiatic had called into play
his < : ( ,.:, ,lihe knifc.
'If the language of Mr. Folsom Simp-
son in addressing Martha may seem
rat her more affectionate than was neces-
sary, it must be remembered that it wao
made thus with a purpose. Martha, as
the only servant in the household at the
time of the burglary of the rajah's ruby,
must be the repository of somei interest-
ing secrets which the detective was hope-
ful ift securing from her.
Any young woman might L ,nrdonced
tor ehr11i ring l'roin c.lterinng .Ai'paciona
yard. \%ith its gloomy sh.!,'.w-. rtC.r
having l,:irned that a uurdterous n mi
creant was crouching almoi_, the d.lcm--
seadQ ws. Tlb: Inowledg- would have
made the byravs t man ucrvous, especially
when unarinid. and it rv Uuir-.l all cf the
officer's plo.'.-rs of Iersnasiont to induce
the woman to approach the building..
"Wait right here where you are for a
few minutes," said Simpson when she
stopped after a few paces, "until I slip
around among the trees. I will be there
in a twinkling, and then there is not the
slightest danger. Don't you believe
what I say, Martha?'
"Yes, but-yes, I will do as you say."
"Spoken like the brave and sensible
girl you arol" was the comment of the
man, who, with a few more words of
counsel, vanished in the darkness, with
the purpose of keeping his part of the
agreement with the young woman, who
seemed to have totined a sudderi and
strong faith in him.
Well aware that the sepoy was some-
where in the grounds, and that he would
be on the watch for the return of the
servant, Simpson took extra precautions
against discovery, making such a long
circuit through the trees that he was sure
no one could have discovered him, no
matter how close a watch had been kept.
It was not probable that the lurking
Asiatic would molest the woman on her
return to the house. Quickly as he might
move, he could not prevent an outcry on
her part, which would warn the couple
within of their danger. Besides it was
not she, but they, against whom the
prowler w-,s seeking revenge.
Simpson, now that he was in the dense
shadow again, stealthily made his way
toward the front of the house until in the
same advantageous situation as before.
"I promised to look out for her, and I
will keep my pledge, but she does not
seem to be in a hurry."
Peering through the gloom toward that
part of the lonely street which was dimly
lit up by the lamp, he saw nothing of her.
It was time that she made a move for-
ward, and he feared her courage had
given out now that the crisis was before
her.
"She may have gone back for help or
has decided that she won't run the risk,
despite my pledge to her-ah, there she
comes!"
But Simpson was mistaken, as he per-
ceived the next moment. The form was
that of a man approaching from the
town.
"I wonder whether he intends to mix
in this business?" thought the officer.
"If he does, he must show his colors be-
fore he takes a hand. Ah"r
Directly behind the stranger and only
a few paces distant loomed the figure of
Martha, walking at the :-:uno pace, so as
not to fall farther to ithe ear. It was
evident that, though he was unknown to
her, she was making use of his presence
as a shield against that shadowy peril of
which she had received warning.
"If that man turn:., i to the yard, what
will she think? She v-ill flincy that he is
the thug himself, but she sees now that
he is not."
The individual who just then was an
object of so much inlercst passed the
gate, speedily vani.sling in the darkness
beyond, while Mart:'a. after a moment's
hesitation, turned into the yard and


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about a good deal among the trees, and
while doing so was fortunate enough
to discover his rival and enemy.
True, this was due to what might be
termed a piece of good fortune on his
part, but knowing the exceeding sub-
tlety of those people he began to ask him-
self whether it was not probable that
this man had become aware of his pres-
ence on the grounds.
"I have used all the care I could, but,
have shifted about so often that I may
have passed near enough for him to see
me. The douce of it is I have no means
of knoWying where he is at this moment
and am liable to stumble over him at
any time."
The det:.lcvive was gradually aw:ing
to the fact that his personal peril was
greater than he had fancied hitherto.
As long as he could stand at the base of
a tree with a loaded revolver in his hand
and- with his man perched above him
among the limbs it may be said that he
commanded the situation.
But since that moment the other fel-
low had descended to north and heliiiew
not where to look ifo' hium.
Sh! A soft rustling betrayed the se-
poy's iprouximity. Simplonu stooped
down so as to gain a glimpse of a small
spot of the faint moonlit sky beyond.
As he did so be once more diecrrned the
head and shoulders of-the miscreant.
He was ctandinm motionless, as if Jisten-


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finally received at an office for delivery
6 cents. Magazines and pamphlets,
not over 50 miles, 1 cents per sheet;
over 100 miles 2 cents per sheet.

Fond of Fishing.
N. Y. Weekly.
Mr. Goodson-"Sn you worked for
Mr, Cleveland one snminer? lie is
very fond of fishing, I believe."
Patrick-",Fond of fi-hin', i" it?
Wull, Oi'll tel ye. D'ye mind th'
time he nwaz fucrst inomynated?"
"I remember it."
"Wull. -'r. Oi wnz on th' force
thin, anl, me bate waz near hiH
house. I'liWin i heard th' news Oi
rnsbied up to 'im an' 0nys Oi, Hboray!
We've niiininatedl ye for president;
says Oi. 'Wnll yez accipt.? says
Oi. ')i wall,' says he, 'it there's
good fishing' in the Potomac.' "
During the complicated process of
manufacturing stamps they are
counted 11 times in order to gnaral
against pilfering


- --.


came rorward Dertwe-n t;ie trees along
the walk to the front, door.
.The lamp threw enough of its rays in
the direction of the house for a spectator
to be able dimly to trace a person's out:
lines up to the moment when he stepped
upon the front porch.
Simpson carefully concealed himself
and did not remove his eyes from the
dim figure, which advanced with a bur-
ried but regular .step. Her heart must
have been beating fast, but nothing in
her gait showed her timidity.
Half way to the porch she tarted to
one side and uttered an exclamation of
affright.
"How you startled met I thought it
was that man," she called in a suppressed
voice, resuming her walk.
It was indeed "that man." Evidently
she had seen some one in the darkness
near her, but was relieved by the instant
belief that it was heI chivalrous'friend
watching,jvcer h'-r. iRi-id vJLc.-l
serenely and shrieked with terror had the genuine
friend approached from the darkness to
address her.
"Ahl" thought Simpson, "if she knew
that the one at her elbow was the thug
she would have swooned dead away, but
she was really in no danger, and it is
better as it is."
The woman consumed precious 1it
time in letting herself in the front door.
Any one seeking admission at such- a
hour into his own home, v.-hen he fandies
some awful horror is stealing upuo hiri'
through the night, can imagine her feel-
ings during the few seconds she was en-
gaged in unlocking the entrance.
She whisked inside, however, without
molestation, and the key was turned and
the bolt slid in place again.
"And now what next.?" Simpson asked
himself, working baei; t,) his torimr pio-
sition, from v.'hich Lad ;'een the. sC ,)y
peeling from the tru into the uplper
room.
At the moment the detective glanced'
upward Miss Gihiicr casile f.,rw.ird t''
the window. The watcher -aw her ele-
vate her hand and draw thce L ring which
r'ait:Jd thi curtain to tio tl,.p of the sash.
Then sLi stoiUd a minute lol-,1:iug out Cr,
the night, her fine figure rev.:aled by tl-.,
ligLht blAund her.
The doctor rc-mained in the bac :
ground, as if occupic.l with bomn outhl.i
matter. The face of the young lady"
being in shadow, lie could not see the c::
pression of her features,. though he be-
lieved slo w.as al tll ', '" i-,T t.h t
gloom an.1 mc.ditiiuwd iv. r thei ..r..aU;,
occurrences of the last few days.
"She must have heard the opening and
closing of the front, door, and Martha
will lose no Lime in telling her story"--
Miss Gilder suddenly turned her lheid.
Then she hastily drew down the curtain,
so that erior of the room was shut
out pryng ey no matter
wh -
Sto reo.1-the
Ve adfidsl. The retursjhe an.nt
had knocid on the door lden
to enter, MisL Gilder lookiff und as
she did so. The moment she gained the
chance she uttered something which
gave warning of what was coming.
The young lady whipped down the cur-
tain. and she and Dr. Maidhoff were at
that moment listening to the startling
story.
The situation was most peculiar.
Simpson had set out to learn something
about the rajah's ruby, whose secret he
was confident was fully known to the
couple, but he found himself unexpect-
edly checked when on the very thresh-
old by the presence of Wichman, en-
gaged on similar business, though hard-
ly with the purpose he himself had in
mind.
The question he asked himself was
what the couple within the house were
likely to do on learning of their danger.
It was to be supposed that the physician
was armed,and he would hardly leave
Miss Gilder and the servant alone after
the revelation of the latter.
Martha's description of the individual
that had warned her might f -tiW some
discredit on his words, for her listeners
would not fail to identify him as the
pretended patient whom Miss Gilder de-
clared to be the detective that he really
was. Simpson was inclined at the mo-
ment of leaving the servant to ask her
to conceal his identity, but such a re-
quest she would have been quite sure to
forget in her excitement, and it would
cause distrust of his good faith.
But for the presence of that dusky
sepoy Simpson might have ventured
upon a stealthy entrance into the dwell-
ing in the hope of picking up some in-
formation. A risky thing to do at any
time-for it wan a renitentia.ry offense--
it was doubly so now with that thug
prowling among the shadows
Simpson had maneud and moved


ing or awAT-;;- ,ie occurrence ; ::.
expected r'veint
"He c-ui t t.a.pect my r- :;r.." i-
flected thu dtective, "but it"--
It was at this moment that, l.h"? ai
thuilerbolt, Folsom Simpson rec::[l,.
his astounding forgetfulness. From he
instant he discovered the presence of the
sepoy on the grounds he had never oli-o
remembered that this man had a c :rS-
panion, and that so far as known the t io
were inseparable.
The sudden awakening of the oficoT
to the fearful truth fairly took his br:.-.:
for the moment.
"How is it I have escaped? It is un:w-
countable"-
A sound like the falling of a leaf cw;ed
him to rise from his crouching post.re,
for he knew that that dreaded sect nxl
personality was at his elbow. At '..:j
same moment he reached back to d..,:w
his revolver.
He was a second too late: Th sci -.
'OVrftu or tger gloom as if driven fr,.i
a catapult, and alighting on his sh,' l-
ders bore him resistlessly to the grc'-.- .
Before he could make use of his we-; .n
the fierce Asiatic had called into pla.'
daggerlike knife, and the power to i
himself no longer remained with the ..
ficer.
[TO BE CONTTIUrD.]

About Plant Pots.
The best gardeners say that tlre
poi..us common pots are not so g,.,l
for house plants as those glazed .r
painted outside. The reason is that
evaporation is constant front tie
sides of the pots, and the roots ai-'
not only drier but colder fur it. Thl1-
u1Oly objection to the tin can .r
Ilanit.- i its rust inside, which in-
nires tle ,root-. Il' tihe can is coat.,[
iil i.le y l eating and letting ino.'.i,
a\x i,,w over, tlie si.desri it %ill I.
rtist, and with a hole punched in tlhe
lower end for ilrainage, it makes a
e-ry Mer, icealle plant holder. r I,:,r
tlhe-a' lantage 'of being dee i.., t:,
most pots., which onght to be Iitl, ;
inch deeper than common to allow fr
r',iianage. The directions are 1t put
an inch of crocks in the bottom, a
thiin layer 1it moss or fiber ov':- this
to keep t-te soil from washing down
among the drainage, then a little
courl.e ,oil, then the plant, filling .
A;rut'.i;l thl sides with soil sifted
iliroughl a quar.terjnch mesh.

Use 01O Mosq
We are fi
after serving gits day as a In
be put into use by the cook. Of;, it
excellent dish cloths are made.
The letting should be folded several
times, six or eight at least, and the
square made a considerably larger
than desired, as the material shrinks
a great deal. The thickness are
then to be quilted in long stitches'
and' at wide intervals with white
darning cotton, the edges turned in,
where they are not folded and the
article is ready. If the netting is
coloedl tos, the cloths into the boil-
er-before using and boil out the dye.
The wearing quaility of these net-
ting cloths is almost unexcelled,
while the loose mesh inakes them"
very satisfactory to use.

Rates of Postage in 1814.
Quincy Patriot.
An old almanac for 1814 gives tihe
following as the rates of postage pre-
vailing at that time: "For every
single letter by land, foul 40 miles,
8 cents; 90 miles, 10 cents; 150
miles, 12j cents; 300 miles, 17 cents;
506 miles, 20 cents, and for more
than 500, 25 cents. No allowance
to be niade for intermediate miles.
Every double letter is to pay double
the said rates; every triplee leittir,
triple; every packct weighing oiie
ounce, at the rate of 4 Silngle letters
each ounce. Every ship letter orig-


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NoTZa.-It must be remembered that the
wind is not a wholly reliable motive pow-
er and if the sailors sometimes find it im-
possible to make schedulee time it must lie
el arged to the elements; they do tlie best
they can.

NEW STEAMLINE.

STEAMER
GULF CITY.
CAPr. RANDALETTE.
TIME TABLE.
Leaves Mobile every Monday; arriv-
ing at Pensacola Tuesday; St. An-
drews Wednesday; Apalachicola
S Thursday, going south.
Leaves Apalachicola every Friday; St.
Andrews Saturday; Pensacola Sun-
day, going north.
L. M. WARE & CO.
Agts, St. Andrew, Bar.
SCHOONER
NETTLE.
CAPT. LESTER MERRITT.
Leaves St. Andrews every Wednesday.
Arrive at Pensacola every Thursday.
Leave Pensacola every Friday.
Arrive at St. Andrews ev. rr I'ntturdnv.
Fare, with board, $5; %itliouh. bv oi; $3.
Freight carefully handled.
Capt. P. H. Ware, Proprietor.
SCHOONER
JESSIE P.
"APT. J. SCHELLENGEIR.
Makes regular trips between Parke run
East Bay and Pensacola; will make reg-
'ilar landings at Cromanton and Har-
rison and at any ot h.r ].ir.nt a i-n re-
quested leforehand to dIu .. P:i ..n-
gers and I'.eight tr i i ai .' at ri-,i -
able irnite.s nul snt i -. iti,.ii ...ij-i i ,
Orders hilt nt theu r<-d;J ..t ,t' tlih, c.!].-
tian St. Andlren n;li : .-: i- i t. ,,!i
and encrelul IttcI l i.,,.
JOU N 'I'v-. '1 1 -, i'l i LUtirn. L .
SIT.\ H -I '11:
RO 8 A
'CAPT. I \ lit'TH .: .

Carries the East P ,11 M.Iil: l,.i\v.. St. ,
drewsi Mond.iv, \W'cdiiu,.Irv i ,I F i,!;
iornin S, :.arriving nt \V, l ,.,, .,11 ,,
nloriiin.'s a rrli iii ,it t..\h in h
ernteii l t r uson: iii, b rst.l' f:-, J t I I .i -
,p!orted iat reusoun:ilh., r.th.s.


C A PT.


SHARP' !
EDITH.
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<:irri s thlie East Bay .Miil; i: t.;.'\- St. An
drew Tuiesdl a, T'I'idur.itl ;;d rd S:I t u d.i
hjg at Altt.l1li sanliii
Leite Wetappo ;11 t':iii na
living at St, A ,drt.,,.
Pa.nngt'rs andtufr
iasonable rates.
-
Tlie Jessie P. returned. from Pen
eacola XWednesday evening, and tar
trying only long enough to unload he
cargo of goods for Jno. T. Pit.s an
-others, sailed out again TlIurihIav.
The Nettie arrived at the lhuinm
-wharf with two passengers, Suir.,la'
morning, and left again Tuedlav witl
two passengers.

N O OTHER Sarsaparilla com-
bines economy and strength like
HOOD'S. It is the only one of
hichcantruly besaid zioo Doses SI."

New County Comnlisnlolneirs. "
The following genilnlmen havi
"been appointed and conflilred ai
county cotiuiiissioners for tih elihninl
lfwo years.
*J. McKeithen, Maxville.
Saulndellr G. Davis, Orange Hil
.Jno. R. ThoInpsoit, St. Andlret% x
B. F. Colvin, Pt. 'Vashiillgolli.
P. M. Ellis, Cariville.

A Week's Weather.
The following table shows what thi
temperature at St. Andrews has been
during the past aseek, from observations
taken at tlime i iI office ech a i lrnin;
and 11i1on1:


liirsda;iv Jutne

jSuiida*. 4
A 41 Ull :14. \', -5
Tuusd:iy, ;
WeLdill$d'Ay. "

NATURE'S
REMEDY
FOR 5SW
LIVER
COMPLAINT


Morn.

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88i


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CAVEATS,
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informationn and free Handbook write to
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Oldet breureau or during patents in Amr a.
Nvery patent taken out by us Is brnuubh before
te public byanouce given free of charge in the
piaitfic f mivau
Lgo t lroamlatlon of any scientific paper in the
w rld. Splendidly illustrated. If Intelligent
man should be without It. Weekly 3.00 a
WearPi 1sllx months. Address M1lNN & CO.
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Ripaas Tabules cure dizziness.
Ripans Tabules banish pain.
Ripans Tabules prolong life.
Ripans Tabules cure nausea.
Ripans Tabules cueln jaundice.


LOCAL DRIFT
-C',rininrcial, legal, and plain or
printed .tat:orhte:r at the Buov office.
-No person interested in West
Florida can afford to Le without tih litovY.
-The Buoy andI the Flohida Ag-
ricuilturist one year, $2.50; clubs o' five.
$:.-'5 e(acih.
-Pl'iit B1rnshes ol the host quial-
ity anld at the lowest prices at the Pionccr
Drug Store -
-If you want a dainity chew get
some of that fine natural leaf chowiirg to-
) icco at T. C. DaniTurd's.
-Legal cap, commercial note
letter-hic'd papers and en\relopes, either
printed or Iilain at the Buuv office.
-If your watch or clock is dead
or crazy, do not have it monkeyed ititli,
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?
-Those silver moon writing tab-
lets at the Buvo office are fine enough to
satisfy .he most exacting society lady in
the land. Only 12c each.
-If your eyesight is defective, call
at the lito v otfice and be filed with a
pair oT'l-hei cclelbitaed perlc'ctl d crystal
lenses, manufactured only by Kellan &
Moore Atlanta, Ga.
-Tlhe prosperity of Parker is
plainly apparent by the largely increased
stock of merchandise kept in store by
Jno. T. Pitts and the steadily increasing
business of his establishment.
-Our correspondents will please
bear in mind that their favors must be
mailed early eriugh to reach us not later
than MiiLoay evening; otherwise they
aennot appear in the current issue.
-Everyone wilo wishes the Fourth
of July celebration to prove3 a success is
requested to report at the grounds foot of
Lake Huntington, early Saturday morn-
ing to complete the preparation of the
grounds forth celebration.
St "-'l li,n _'i Fl.i t-: N .*,I-Ite ex-
1; Fli li ;tas a .z liii n I t i'- i:i- m ade
ij ; ,i..ri ...W ..,.' 11 ..h, i i : ;.i n ;. ia ctured
.ii i,;u il-, i ii.-: F'. r i through
" rs Ell n i '..t l I ,I. i .-- iiti:d such a
lag il, til l'..irl t: l..ily Mauag4ci'- of the
\Vorld' I'. Il .
-Ev-. i' n'--c ile r nI hI) visits
I'.tii ltar i- tl .- 'i. i ii ti, ln- iil of the
i :c- lioi .lan d ; i is .i. I .1 OEti,-n of tim e
.iiiJ thl i a 1 .O v I 1 11. 1 iii \ 111n Ih i.. prices
-t' k.,I,.-i laI:I, I l ,. 1. ..l ; | ... i h1.. I .'r than
Al er etlnt. :in1 l thn '' i :,.. !-!i k r will
tik > .A i .in t-'i .' ,1 ll,.: 1 .,, .ii',- i r. iit es-
l,.i t.i_,\ itlh. r._'d hv W H I'.ii ks.r.


-T'li. onil thin nu-,' wanting to
rin.k I'iittl liirg lon E.-r t ':iay a po.pular-
S ileilsiire serke'rs' iresu. rt, i- ru.ll'orable
hotel aC'Ci.]AIIInniIat i. i -i, .\ilI rtee.l l2nizing
this Min t, N. W'. l'irt li., h ,i tili :'. lI .
Y BI.ov t it iioann uiilc ti I e' ill gi -oiit-
S righ- large', oil lot t
ill huild anll j,,.1 11.>rk -T 't
pr.jm ak inp r pl el d lI
4 Wll- SaI'. HB t L il n,',p,'iin;g ih1 t
i only needs to hI.e ta~ik ln .ilvaiilt.ge of t i -(.-
cure to soime one a goi.i p.ayiniig .-it i', ..
-Almist everybody who ha; be-
d coln il ntelestld in St. Alt'l-rei'.s uld
like to pitie es n Il:l11 I nfli t lt IrIn all con-
tigous country T'o all sutcli i'o would say
e that. for one doll-ir sIent to us we can fur-
y nishh itheln an t.scdllent large nmap of the
I town with the lots a. d tullic places cor-
reclll located. Bl.sidc.- tlhas cit nlmp, we
halit also a scctioiial niap cnllbracing not
unlI the town pri.iper,h Iut tl! the land
disposed of I'v li:c Cinciniilti Company,
Sand %hilc lots anid Inlotks are not shown
it is au easy mnattir toget their location
hY the use oftthis map See advertise-
meuts else here.
-The Florida legislature for 1893
3
is a thing of the past a idl b.lov niny be
r found a few of tlie racts passed at,,l signed
Sby tihe governor in which thle ipeple of
Washington county are suppo.rd to lie
interested: Anl act to. Letter protect the
l A r' beds of the state-o'.-ters only to
be Inken I'roin I bed fruiin Sptmniler 1 to
Maiy, cullt alld culls t, ie lcllurlied to
beds; :declaring fuar Creek iitaigable
from its mouth to the county bridge; to
compel persons butchering beeves to ex-
hibit the hides for inspection, and to re-
e quire persons killing hogs or 9heep for
1 market to exhibit the mark of such hogs
s or sheep-required to bring heads to
market where offered for sale; to punish
Sthe larceny, killing or injuring dogs; to
i limit the time within which appeals from
chancery may be taken; t,. declare the
First Muljil:iy in September in each year
i '-La,.r Day" and a legal holiday; to in-
L.Ullor.'tl tlh Gulf and Florida North-
ern Railroad company from St.
Andrews Bay to the Alabama line with
bl '. ici -;li-, ic. 'pitil o lit to exceed .t'i.:,l i.i111111,
i.i d.li' ~~aiu I,,'i, II.Ull.Ill .aci-eS of land per
mile, [probably an error of one "O"-Ed.];
amending the Revised Statutes, defining
the boundary line between Xlr;li.li;it.'ii
and Jackson counties; for the protection
of mhtil-'p, t.id to, prevent dogs from run-
ning at large: to regulate the carrying of
fire-arms-persons qwhing or i':'rr\ int-
Winch.e-t.:r or other repeating rifles, to se-
caIre license from county commissioners
anid gi\'. Iond in sum of $100 to the gov-
ernor for proper and legitimate use of
gu ;: to. pro0 illI: fir school sub-districts in
e.,untics nand towns, and to provide for
lI\i iiig :id collection of taxes for the sup-
port ot schools in suclh ulb-i..sti,c-tsa- .p-
tiunal ni vote of tanx- ali ti';s to est.ili,1 i
s-iich uli-distrii.. --thrie trustees to be
eleCcted-ci-ouit icoi09liSIioti onrs to levy not
more llhan :1 mills upon repoil from trus-
let's--itaxs collected to be turned over to
trustees. And a joint ir.-olution lprolnt.-
ing to amend article 16, section 9 of the
counlilitii.--this section relates to costs
of criiniinal p.ri--ecutio.ns, now paid by the
state-amendmnent pro\ ide's that counties
shall pay such costs, and that all fines and
forftitur's collected under penal laws
shall be pnii into coiiiu Y treasuries as :I
genfiiiel ointo lit I.tid tour such costs.


-See the large .stock of fin,', shoec
at J. T. 'il i 'PlU k r, Fla.
-For uerio.~lty jewelry' call at Ru,-
sell's, un I. J. Hu h'.-s, the jutcielr.
-Whliy risffer with c.,rus on your
toes a hen y'ou can get relief Ijvb purcha.--
inp andi uaing tit corn .sal\ e s .hl blv T.
Dii n Ird?
-W. G. Stevens, whlo \\ as sup-
po,-cd to ha\e lu't l'ensanti.I for sonie
Ipart to' South Floriida, labuut August la.st,
has never hleen heard of since tlint time,
niid hisj rather Jni,. Stevens, of' St. An-
dr(ews ".oiuld lie va.ry think rii for iany
ili llimation as to Lis whieea l roilal H.
Va. : ,iuut 29J .c-ars0 ohl Aind uniimarried at
that time. State papers please copy.

NO OTHER Sarsaparilla has ef-
fected such remarkable cures as.
HOOD'S Sarsaparilla, of Scrofula,
Salt Rheum, and other blood diseases.,

Personal.
Geo. P. Keyes, a long time esteem-
ed citizen of St. Andrews, but at pres-
ent of Quincey, Fla., is spending a
few weeks among his old friends and
acquaintances here.
Mrs. J. H; Hamilton accompained
by little Vcra Alexaner, who have
viitiol tlie \V'Jril'th air, akl.o rela-
tive'i in their old northern home,
came home, passengers on the Net-
tie.
Marianna Times-Conuiiei: Miss
Wilson,.who has been spellnling the
past two months at St. Andrews
Bay, came up last Sunday with Robt.
Baker. She will spend several days
with her cousin Mrs. J. S. Gardner.
R. M. Baker wife, and children,
came up from St. Andraws lIst Sun-
day and are in town the guests, of
Mrs. C. W. Davis.
The Miwses Susie and Margie
Sheppard, who are attending the
Drexel University in Philadelphia,
Pa., canime home via Chipley Satur-
day to remain during the summer
vacation with the parents, Mr. and
Mrs F. H. Sheppard.
The BuoY was misinformed about
the departure of Dwight Savage, last
week. The gentleman however, in-
formed us that we might for sure say
he was a passenger out on the Net-
tie yesterday.
Capt. E. P. Maxon takes passage
on the Nettie en route for Chicago,
where he will take in all the attrac-
tions of the World's fair. The
fa iiily will follow as soon as the
powers that be, shall plo\vile : .llc-
ces. or for Postini.-tre.ss MA:IV .
Glossy Shirt Bo.-oils.s.
l >l r flhi l.t netl it tl o llt v It'n 1 \\lo 1

cll i 'i,- cn lit sent t', the 1, in i, i .
we ,fler tlie ft ll,' ,'i'ig linii N 1 r .- t
cilinga a gli'ssy :ppeartailgi taken
from Home a lin Farm. The wiiier
saay.: Take two (niices of gum i r ara
lii: powder, pour on a pint of water
ai,1 then cover it; let stand all night.
In the morning pour off carefully
from the drugs into a clean bottle;
cork and keep it for use. One tea-
spoonful of this gum water to a
pint of starcEl made tlie usual way.
The Geodetic Survey.
Bronson Times Democrat.
Isaac Winston and his govern-
ment geodetic survey corps made this
place headquarters several days. the
past week. The objectin the sur-
vey is to determine the difference in:
the level of the waters of the At-
lantic and the Gulf. This is the '.
third survey made, being necessitated
Iy the failure of tlie other two to
igree. The waters of the Gulf are
jnly eight inches higher than those
of tlie Atlantic. t


Sad and Cloomy

Weak and Dyspeptio
eif~.Wet sav wartlU Gave Strength
and 'crfc


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Dr. J'. IL 1VatUe
Birmin hham, 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
Hood's rsa Cures
Hood'sparilla
Iforking democrat. All who have taken Hood's
Sarsaparilla with my advice, report good re-
sults. I gladly recommend it to all sufferers'"
J. WHITE, M. D., Birmingham, Ala.
N. B. It you decide to take Hood's Sat-
saparllla do not be induced to buy any other
instead. Insist upon HOOD'S.
Hood's Pills are the best family cathartl,
gentle and effotive, Try a box. 25 ceunt.


FALL IN LINE WITH THE GRAN RJUHSH
TI' THE



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PEOPLE'S STrE.

Pittsburg, FLA.


N. W, PITTS, PROPRIETOR.

I wisih to ilnform ithe citizens of Wa.shington aind Calhoun c-,luntie, that
I have opened up a large anid arie l :;to'.c; of

GENERAL 1MEi CHANDI SE,
In the Store at Pittsburg, formerly occupied by N. W. PITTS & SON,
which I propose to sell at the LOWEST LIVING MARGIN OF PROFIT.
Recognizing the truth of P. T. Barnuni's trite saying that "You can fool
all of thle ,people some of the time, and some of the people all of the time;
But You Can't Fool All of the People All of the time,"
I l'roli'se to show you that you need not be fooled at all in purchasing
your DI iv Goods, Groceries, Provisions, or Boat or Farm Suppplies.
My expenses are very light; my buildings were all built with a view to
Monienience, comfort and the economical handling of an extensive


general Merchandisa and FISH BUSINESS,
I C.ivP f lu hi'- cf'iiislri iiii- g lOilnl- to p ay, a p'1iai'icis p r e to give my patroli
tle 1iull Il'leltit of all these advantages over my hi,' fnlinlnte competitolri.
Fine Water-Front and Other Lands for Sale!
Title only one remove from the United States Government, and of course
PERFECT. N.W. PITTS.
t'ittsburg, Fla., Parker p. o.


We want one in every 4 ARAf
S TS town to Iandcle the L





A Scientific MIIInclince limade o 11 a Scienltific I ii .ciple
Save their cc;-ot ai d(oL:C; times a e(ar, is it t inssv or
sloippv. A c clil c Ian operate it. Sells at I hslit.. Senll

2" 9 ,..s., New Y 'o, .


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S.i -. ,- ,i i "'' i i e n
1i f;a>P Farnidal, "neeno.' i. qp todi to meet
S\'e are h vingi o)io iiic. show r'i' [ i,,' J unI 9,
ii, which aie iu.i.i ig crops look f'j;' the transacti
"l S.DYB order, C.
Last Sui t;iy mrt rning w\e cut a twen-
ty-seven pound waternielon which Mine. lilavats
'as of a gojelin mnieted variety; and placed in three f
I till! vou it Am's i t class; squashes of these reposes
ain cilnLtiiiers ihalie been aibitndantt quarter's if the I
for sonic tiine, atidl we ;c areli l having in T A'e:i':ie 'at
sonie rip.l paclhs. ha ving beenI) trli
J. A. Ly;e, lihas a great variety of been placed in t
iruit growing; lie hias ; N;veral applles.' Madlras. The t
peacles anud plus bearing; lie also ing of Mr. Jndg(
ihas Ilackberries, dewberries, and Aineric;iai T'ieos
several kinds of grapes, that are load- be placed in a
ed witl fruit. glass in the w:
Mrs. Fay, has thle lumber (on thie iolged i:i New Yi
ground for her new house. It will ~-- -T"- "
be 16x40 feet, witl anl L of 10x14, -J t!
ind-a kitchen 12x14; whliichi twill ", | .-, I
iakdoquite a convenient house. re.a BSc 1
A part 4 of our neighbors went to 'To Advertise
he Gulf the other day, caught a big We will give a thor
rtle ai found 700 turtle e tion in double and
urtlean found 700 tule ig and Cominmerc
I see that some of your correspon- Free of Charge to
ient, have been trying to get your fort' ions. Io0
ii' i,-ity aroused, about cabbages and Address P(r f
nrps, now we don't brag on cab- 302, 3(14 and :W06 D(
bage, but, will compare grapes with LEAVEN W,::: I
lny one on the Bay; it is a fact that
ve lead the van onl .-ti.wberrnis, for A. J. T
ir, we have st:-awberry short-cake -, f
ve\ Sl.v. li.... does that strike .
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H INDPE R CO R N The only gure cure for C~~g
SLuh VP aS L. ZHArak ILL. ril C3BY. ]5CtB,, t I'~uzu,


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Ii' in-, g est lislh
shop) onI Co'.ninei
p;;ire to d i i
wagon iad riepl i;
at reaso:in'll.e ip
blacksnitii \work
C'o,:lmcrco st., S1


otit''.
i ,', it , q:11 th e
c l i. .i : . r -
a Ware's THall on
at 2 p. mi., sharp,
ion of btlsinecss..
i (f 1llH.
H CRIPPEN, PrT.S.

Fky's shoes arc nolr\
ine brl .s ll'ila (One
in the Londlon head-
Tleoso)phiical society
, N. W. Another,
,sferred to Iildia, hlias
lie liheaiqunrters at
hiird iullider the keep-
', tih leader of the
olilists, will .-hortly*
niche covered with
iIll of the principal
irk city.


COURSE BY MAIL
with the
LEAVENWORTH
N-ESS COLLEGE.
OUR COLLEGE
ough course of instruc-
singic enlry Book-keep-
al Arithme-ic by mail
Slinrited it ill)er of per-
e will be cii ple(-td in
charge for D)iplonits.
' J. Vanderberg,
elawar t., Pres.
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ice ;'.t ire t I ;iim *ir'"-
r vwd,"k ;:r,,mp:t]yavi!
hices. i1ri!! y v'ir
to A. 3i. 'ITs, Fl.
LAn~irews, 11'a.


An rAi"T HiAKER,


.JEWEL ER \ANDI OPTICIAN.
REFRlAitR IN HIS LINE.
ti',miri~, the iLare .t SStck tIf
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry and Spectacled
E\cer Ilrouri ht tt St. Andrewas. Also
SILVEWARE. Shell and Aligator Teeth Jewelry a specialty.
Office at Geo. Russell's Store, St. Andrews, Fla.


JOHN T. PITTS,


Parker Fla.

DE AJER IN

DR1 OODS,


SHOES, HARDWARE, LAMPS, NOTIONS,


BOATMEN'S, FISHERMEN'S AND BUILDERS' SUPPLIES.


Fish, Fish Roe anid Oysters!

At the Very L west Living Prices.

iff- My Store is New and has every convenience for conflicting at
Extensive Trade. My LARGE STOCK will be added to from time tc
time as the .mands of my customers snugis t.

I am Proprietor of the SCHOONER JESSIE P, and will carr;
freight for East Bay Parties at Reasonable rates.

JOHN T. PITTS, PROPRIETOR.
Paker, Washington County, Fla.


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JNO. R. THOMPSON


Pioneer


Store


I) EAk L E'I, S t N

DRY -.OODS,

GROCERITES

TTARPWARE,

BUILDERS' SUPPLIES


Ship Chandlery, Salt Fish, Etc:, Etc, Etc.


AGENT FORI



Baltimore Twine ani Net Coffpay,

ALSO FOR


'tANr. u CR f CIT ty

AND SCHOONER NETTIE.


u siness


Do You Want

onC) iV 0
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Location?


IF SO,

Secure LUe or More Good Residence or Business





Or a Five-Acre Fruit Tract


IN P A R KER;


I KEEP COOL
iuslle, outside. and all the way through,
by drlnklug 1Rod -

HIRES' Beer
Thi ,.greatiT.-n-per ine drin e k;Beer
I* i u1jealtr i ul, a. at is pleasant. Try it.


Pnmm rpia l i P len OO F KY. UPUVERSITV,
Comni sercil College LEXINk TON,KY,
Cheapest & Best Business College in the World.
Awarded Hithest Honor at World's Exposition, for
System or Book-keeplng and General Business Educ.-
tion. 10,000 Graduates nl Buainess. 1000 Studenta
annually 15 Teachers employed. Cost or ull Bunlness
Course. including Tuition, Statiouery, and Board, about $90.
.hort-Hand, Type-Wrltlng and Teleraphy pecialties.
,o Vtcaton. Enter now. Graduates sueoessful. Thi city
Is beautiful and healthful. For circulars address,
WILBUR R. SMITH, LEXINGTON, KY.
li-p Taulr cu1e- lic
Rinans Tabules c'::.e liad 'c t-a.b
.Ip a I.v' ;. c 1f great value.


FLA.


Being a PRACTICAL SURVEYOR, I am1 ireparel to funish

SURVEYS, MAPS AND CIHA ITS
On the Shoriest. Poi~sible Notice.

ASSESSMENT AND PAYMENT OF TAXES
Will be Given Prompt, Personal At lnltioll.
CALL ON
W. H.s Park er,, .
Real Estate E.3ac.r.
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L. M. WARE.


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Thursday, ,June: -S, iS193.


S T. A N DRE W S
PRICES CURRENT.
GROCERIES.
;ugar, l Tel, p It
G :iin ,latted . 1 i14 He No....... i
('olff .A ..... 6 Gunpowder.. St
Lt 'brn .... 5 Uncol'd Jap.. 5
of,:. Cond milk, car
Uiii~u. ti".5 Unsweetn'a. 10@1.
Browned .*5L13'l Sweetened .10@15
singer snap.. 10 Baking powder
;rackers,soda.. 8 3 lI{, a. t...... .. 50
SuoIbacco, plug 30a6tll Camplibll. ..15i
l aisiins Ca lle'd fruit
S London layers. .15 Peachess. ... "20a-
Valencia. .... l', Tomatoes.. o .10a
ice ... ....... 7 Apples ....... 15
I pplles Pears ......... 15
Evaporated.. 12 I2 Plums........ 2(
Dried Peaches 8 Apricot........ 25
"oal Oil prgal 18a20 Straslierries. .. 20
asolie "......0 Pineapple.... 20
lurida Syrup. 5(1 Canned Meats
loney......... 1.00 Roast Beef.. 15a25
'iuegar ........ 10 Corned Beef 15a25
iheese pr tt .... 16 Chipped Beef.. 25
butter. ..... 30 Lobster....... 20
Lard .... ..... 8 Salmon........ 20
Beans........... 6 Canned Vegetables
Cocoanut pkg... 10 Baked Beans,.. 2)
Fiuit Pnddine. .. 10 Co/n.......... 16
Jelly, glass .. 15a25 Peas .......... 15
Lime Juice. ..... 50 Pumpkin ..... 15
ggs per doz,.. 15
r PI PROVISIONS.

S0 N I...... 2,8 -i Mess pr f,.... 11
Favorite .... 5.; Bacon Sides..... 9
Corn Mieal prbu 75 Frish ....... 8al0
Oat Meal pr lb... 51/ Br'kf'stBacon.. 1
* oruper bu........75 Ham canvassed 14
Potatoes Shoulders..... 10
Irish........1.20 Beef
En ilv R'se seed 1.60 Corned........ 8
SWeet ... .1.00 Fros h... .....8al
Salt, pr stck... 1.00 Dried. ....... 25
Table ........ 5 Milk pr qt...... 10
H AR PWAR E.
Nails. pir t; :,.4a4 Ax,with handle $1 6i
Monnilla rlpe:12bal5 Hoesj each. :. T,
Stoves cook;, .,a-'.J- Copper paitt, can 50
Pipe, joint.1820 Liiseed oil, gal.. St
DRY GOODS,
Piiiiut, per yd. 5a8 Ginghams ... 8al
Sliletigio .... 7al0 Flannel .:...25a50
NbI1lin ..... 9all Thread per spool. 5
Jeans. ;25a$'I.I Shoes, ladies.l$1-2 75
Extra pants pat.$tI 25 Men's... $1 40a300
MISCELLANEOUS.
Hay pr frt .. 1 35 Oats4r bu....... 60
Bran.... .. .1.40 Brick pr M,....:8.00
Rope Siral ...10@14 Lime pr 1bl1...... 75
FRUIT and NUTS.
Orangespr do.. 35 Pecans pr lb..... 20
A Is..... ... 25 Walnuts. ........2;5
Lemon: ......; 25 Almonds........ 25
,traltberries., qt 25
OYSTERS
In shell prl,000 $1.50 Opened pr qt .. 15c
LIVE STOCK.
Horses .. $Sllnl00 11(1 ows.: ... $15a$25
Mules. .. $1 00$l5l 1:). H 'o .... ..* .$4
Ixen. pr yoke $5" Sheep.. ...... $2
PlOU LTR Y
'jickenseach 5na-5 tiPoF each... .-14.i.
Tarkes .... 75al Ducks .... 150 0
GA 1E. .
Venison pr ji, 1 illl Tiirkeys..... .75i 1.I
FISH:
t'reah "'alt
Mblullt pr dozx -.e Mlullet pr bbl 5.00
Trout. . ... . 25 Trout ........ 4.0l
Pompano pr Ib. ti P'ompano.. 10.00
Sturgeon ...... f1 Mackeral . .110 l
LUMBER.
LT U; 1 E R,

Fn e ... 14.11 Face .. 14 O1
a 2,00 Sap : 1(.10
Drop killing, l.' i''t id. ,
Sap I.3.1 1 Cllieichi luiu-
Buff lImIil.er. $N(il l' Ier.d .$12 1 .1.11
[lear Ihingles, $2.50 Lath, 'i' n ... $-I.0
inp 1 .51.1 Boat lumIn er,,
dressed .... 20' Jl

Parker Prices Current.
FLoUllt Co'...fee.4, 5(j l tbs 1 It'
good; per ibl. 4 50 Be.t do 4 lbs.. 1 00
'. hbl.. 2 41) Rice, 1i2i-'itll1. 1 00
iest . 2 75 Beana, white20. 1 00
C'orn per bu 7 Lard, per .... 11
bleal per bu_. l)J Dry salt pork ..1'..
Oats per ,ln.. (10 Bacon per lb... 14
Chops, per u. 70 Hams,cal,..... 15
Bran, perewt. I 30 Butter, best.... 33
C. S. meal I 50 Tea, per lb..... 35
G;uAso Salt, per sack.. 1 00
200 lb sack... 3 00 Hay y cwt, ,... 1 25
Milk;Magnolia 10 Rasins i lb .. 15
Unsw't'd 12% Cheese, ...... 15
Rolled oats lb 5 Currants....... 10
Irish potatoes, per bu.............. 1 20
SUIC.ALt MULLETT
(ran., 16 ls. 1 00 In bulk per bbl. 5 0(1
A., 17 lhs ... 1 00 Mackerel 8 0'
Lt Ihrown, 18 Ith 1 00 Pompano 8 00
Dry salt sides 11
vH 0 LE SA1L E.
SCHiLK ENS Beeswax per lb. 20
G.row n per doz. 3 60 HIDES
Fries 2 00 According to class
Gophers doz 1 00 and quality.
Pensacola prices paid for all kinds of
produce.

Geo. S. Hacker & Son,


CHARLESTON;, S. C.

h L. CF.('TUR R ER ..


]]00I Blinds,


AND
,Building Material.
Window and Fancy lass a
Specialty.
ESTIMATES I EERFU L LY
GIVE N



Express and Drayage

S. E. MASHBURN,
Successor to John Luzt will .nttrnl
prmn p 'tly't o hauling freiights, iu h u-l ild
goods, orany and all oi k entritrted to
him Baggage dliivrred to ainy pait lof
town at reasotnalle rate. Resident- vnll
Loraine avenue.

Ripans Tal,ulcs : a family vr.-mtnly.
R.i ans Ta' ules ciur. hvadache.


THE 4T1.



Arrangements Nearly

Completed


For the Greatest Celebratiion this
Side of Chicago.

Some Of the Attractions and the
Prizes to be Awarded.


5 A meeting of the committee of
0 general arrangements for the propos-
ed Fourth of July celebration at St.
5 Andrews was held in Ware's Hall
5 last Thursday afternoon. W. A. Em-
mons was made permanent chairman
and John R. Thompson, secretary.
The committee, each and every one
5 of whom will be pleased to entertain
5any suggestion which will contribute
to the success of the N ebration is
lomlpot.edt of the tJlowiing ladies and
Gentlemen:
Gentlem-en-W. A. Emmons, c'hn;
4" Jno. R. Thompson, secy; V. B Bailey,
) V. D. Greene, S. T. Walkley, L. 1t.
s Pratt, J. A. Lyle, W. H. Parker, L.
SE. Danford, D. Williams, G. W.
Surber.
Ladie.-M-rs. D. Savage, J. W.
SWilson, L. H. Pratt, W. A. Em-
mons, A. J. Gay, C. Dargue, W. H.
) Parker, R. F. Brackin, Amanda Ham-
0 ilton, E. Ayars, A. Hand, A. Wells,
0 D. Williams, A. T. Brock, Miss Etm-
5 ma Savage.
The finance committee, consisting
of Jno. R.Adhompson, Dr. J. J. Kes-
ter and Chas. L. Armstorng held a
Meeting immediately after the ar-
rangement committee's meeting, and
the prizes for the various contests as
arranged by the arrangements com-
mittee was provided for and the ye-
sult of the deliberations of the two
committees is embodied in the follow-
Sing order of exercices and
The Program:
5:00 a. m.--National salute.
9:00 a. m.-Reading of Declara-
tion ot Independence by Jno. Star-
rock.
9:30 a. m. to 12:00 m.-Addresses,
music, recitatioiits, etc., etc.
12:0 in. .-1;arbeciue, free tu all aiud
b.L~aket piceici.
tOU p. In.-lioat eiiug; N. Y.
Yaclititng (.'lub rules govern; Jui re.,
L. M. \V are, F. H. Ware, S. W. An-
iler.l,-o, Jas. MonteRs, Sam'l Sillber.
il.t class skiff boats-prize, an
elegant gold lined silver cup and pen-

Second class skiff boats-prize, an
elegant gi.ll-line.! hand engraved sil-
ver cup and pennant.
Yawl, or round bottom boats-
ptize not yet named.
Ladies' rowing race---prize, an el-
egant pair of gold bracelets-value
$8-presented by C. H. Crippen.
Other contests--Judges, Edward
Hand, H. D. Davis, Jno. Gwaltney.
2:30 p. rp.-Tub race, prize, nice
silver napkin ring.
In rapid succession will follow-
Greased pig-Champion gets nice
silver napkin ring.
Potato race-Cliampian gets nice
silver napkin ring.
Foot Race-Champion gets nice
silver napkin ring.
G'eased pole-Champion gets nice
silver napkin ring.
Mr. Crippen has also Ipresented a
solid gold ring to be awarded to the
lady who shall furnish the handsom-
est cake, President Crippen and the
finance committee to be the judges.
4:00 p. m.-Baby show-Judges:
* Mrs. W. A. Emmons, East Bay.
XW. H. Parker, Parker.
Chas. Forbes, Cronianton.
Urias Cl7i...rr, West End.
A. J Gay, Grassy Point.
M. C. Rogers, West Bay.
J. W. Wilson, East Enu. *
Walter Gainer, Econifina.
** G. W. Shear, Chipley. *
Wm. Miller, Pt. Waslinigton.
Miles Mountain, V'ernon.


"D. Savage, Harrison.
First prize-For finest baby over
five months and not nmiire than ten
nonthli old, fine silver, child's set,
comprising bowl, spoon and plate in
elegant satin-lined case.
Second prize-For finest b-uby five
months old or under, elegant liand
engraved silver cup.
These silver prizes are all -first
class goods and are already ordered
from the extensive jewelry house of
E. V R,l..1in & Co., Chicago, 111.
Committee on igrounds.-J. 1H.
inwiin, Uria s Clapper, Chas. Arm-
ltng. .\. J. 'Trisket, Gco. Sur-
I,'.r. ,i., Lee \\'illett, Chlas.-L Armn-
st I re. e'li clnii inillee had a force
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Hood'S Pills cure constipation.

Chipley News.
Correspondence of the Buoy.
The world will never hear tthe last
of the Vernon plot. It has turned
up again this week. Beck Brock of
-our town has surrendered to the con-
tinued attacks of an ontra.t.,'c con-
science, "which makes cowards of us
all" and in a fit of srrow made an
open confession in the shape of an
affidavit. In said testement he de-
clares and describes how the poll tax
receipts were captured and distribut-
ed, free of*eharge: How the conclave
met, where they met'and how they
formed their plans to capture and
hlii. the official pitioi of the
oti.nty. Also the taki.~l the tax
cfleetur'ls boLUk, it in the
w.n...lI anil di-i,,ternment. H uamnes a
inuiber of men as co-cmnspirators
;Ia.iiinit the peace, lappiness and lib-
erties of the people. The grand
jury will have some work for its
next tertl.
Early peaches are ripe and L.
Wiselogel has shipped and received a
return at the rate of 33 cents ti bush-
el and is advised in a good natured
way to send more, as there is a very
good sale for them in Chicago.
He is getting 25th a basket
for them here and declines molli-
fying "the Me Allister four hun-
dred" with luscious peaches at
such a figure. Before lhe shipped, the
price was from $2.50 to 2.75 per
crate and the return says three-crates
sold at $2.70, express charges $1.65,
commission 27Y; leaving 78' bal-
ance and the three crates cost 45/,
leaving 339 cents for the raising and
packing of a bushel, as three crates
hold that much. There will be no
peaches in New York until August,
even in September they will be dear,
and the idea of receiving ,only 33/
for a bu.4'iel f peaches in the last of
May, and from the \World's fair is
too muclih; yes, too ii uch foi even a
Floridliant to stand 'niil be silent; nso
he is determined to flavor his lp rk
for winter use, with what lie can riot
sell at home. Some action ought to be
taken ly the fruit growers (f \ asi-
inIttn and' Jacks )n Icounties, to formii
iin ass; Ocatinl for The p|;',tectio:i oi
themselves. Why -1h,,id imJ '.i ,'
pluiilderc-e i l this C.iii. i,i w? ,''ihe
prodiluce whit the world wvan!ts ;in
lpaYvs f lr, ati l vet lie whi hl,.s ;il thec
holr igets notlhinig fort it. Oani:.
and ag.l itate i; yv u v,', .'i w,,'.'{ y:, i
rights in liis w',orid.
Since wrixi:ini- the above I hlivI
learlfe:t tiat lcck iBre k ihas dii
iappearucd and left noi tr:ce lwh;i: d
inii. The expos( is s'ife i;i tle
lands i J. 1). nl iirin's c .u;n -el a:i
wiV l ). uisedl, lbut the rep I-cent l ,inl('
1.s n lwh: r. i at ]present. MA1.t.C n

Many Persons are broken
sown from overwork or household cares.
Brown's Iron Bitters Rebuilds the
system, aids digestion, removes excess of bile,
and cure malaria. Get the genuine.

So,,te l'-r -'- ln ipr)f.ss ti be aile to
guess approximi:tcly fri,!l wJiat iart t
,f ltilv a ,w'iman iconIe:-S ly thle
length of her amriinligs. Ita'itann ear-
ri'.i ,s Ic? ln'thIIn ns O'.:' o n s so lth ward,
and in ,h,< extre te ,sout'h o;'Italy the
xi,.n", 1,,^ r n h, ,, i i ., r,.,<'1i a m ol st


at h L NV 0 ijo4lct V M 1111 :CC111 -.. . -
tl..- II fi rc laitiCuIly)to the hlou"ttmo.


tion 13, tp 3 s. r. 13 w.
He names the following witncsscg to
prove his continuous residence upon and
cultiv;ation of said land, viz:
John L. Grant, W. I. 1 '.i:,..., J. G.
Gibney, Duncan Bouie, all of St. Andrews
Bay, Fla. ALEX.. LYSCII., Register.
NC-TCE FO, P'B.UCATION.
LAND Oi)f'tI.,E AP G(-AINSVILLE, FLA.,?
A april 21st, 1 ":'.;. S"
Notiice is hereby given that the follow-
ing named settler has filed notice of his
intention to make final proof in support of
his (.lim, and that said proof will be
made before W. 13. L,t..c-ir i. clerk of the
circuit court- 't Vi,.nii,, Fl i on June
I5, 1893, viz.
BENJAMIN B. BROWN ,of Econfina,Fla-
Hd 16,554, for thl -,uiil t .--l i tri ..i of the
southeast quarter .'f -..'li,.,n LIt a.nd thi
east half of the northeast *'i .:!r of s --
tion 15, township 1 s' i.in,:-:. 1i : .
lie names the f...ll. ing i t :ti.-is t,
prove his continuous .-.id' ni,-. uponi :i.
cultivation of, -:,il IiiI!: \'V :
S. B. Ellis, J. W :;io.~ .1 Ga-I
W K. G inheI all- ..cI E, ni ii tI, Fin.
Ai r... L i cii. ]Hegi I *-


(. A. _1. OTC1
W e take ihi- 1.>) o|.rltunit. .,I' uf,.-'
.,ir .- elnlib.li that the w Cou..
sioner of Pensions has 1l-i.n iiaptint,.>.
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claims in case there should be any future
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great importance that applications he filed
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most perfect condition. viz:
CHARLES P. LYNCI., of ISt..\ An.liws,
At the meeting Thursday Mrs. R. : 'la .
F. Barckin was placed at the head of Hd 16917 for the .a.it I.,lt i: the Ilirtn-
west quarter and tlih wcs.t half tihe north-
a sub committee, to be selected by west quarter of s.Atil,,, 23, tp I r. 13w.
herself to suuerintend the ice cream He names the ftll.uiwin_ itine-,ts to
prove his continu.- us e iit.iiere iipii, and
and that class of refreshments. cultivation of said land, viz:
A. J. Trisket was authorized to Andrew J. Gay, St. Andrews, Fla.,
James G. Fowler and John Ciranev, Par-
superintend a milk shake stand for ker, Fla., May Hogeloom, C':ildley, Fla.
the benefit of the fund. Editor's fee paid. ALCE LY.,c:u, Register.
John Swindell was, appointed to NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
take charge of and superintend the LAND OFFICE Ar G.AINiSVILLE, FLA.)
barbecue. May 27th, 1,.3.
abecue Notice is hereby given that the follow
A sub committee to solicit supplies ing named settler has filed notice of her
as may be deemed practicable, was intention to make final proof in support
as may be deemed practicable, was of her claim, and that said roof will be
also provided for. made before H. B. Ga-kin, clerk of the
Com ittee to secure s1aker circuit court, at Diountstown, Fla, on
Committee to July 25th, 1893, viz.
music, etc.-V. D. Greene, W. R. LILLIE FRANZ, of Farmdale, Fla.
Wilcox, Jno. R. Thompson, V. B. Hd 18632, for lot 4, sec. 29. and lots 5,6
and I2, see. 31, tp 5 ., 1, 1-w.
Bailey. She names the"'f.llowinwi- witnesses to
R ecption co Iittee---F. H. prove her contiiinuius r sidnc'r upon aid
:tiuReception co it saHid land, iIz:
Sheppard, Dr. J. J. Kester, J. R. J A. Ll., Il. V..i lerick, ofFarmdiale,
, p, Fla., S. T Walkley ail W. H. Parker, of
Thompson. Parker.Fla. ALEx. LYxcH R .i.-i.'.
Marshal for the day--J. H. BrownL
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Aids-A. J. TrisetLAND OFFICE AT GAINESVILLE, ILORIDA,
Wallace Armstrong. May 27th, 1893.
President, C. H1. Crippen. Notice is hereby given that the follow-
ing named settler has filed notice of his
Secretary, Chas. L. Armstorg. intention to make final t .'.. in support
Treasurer, V. D. Greene. of his claim, and that said proof will be
tmiade before W B. Lassitter, clerk of the
circuit court at Vernon, Fla., on July 5Sth,
To Get at the Facts 1893, viz;
Regarding Hood's Sarsaprilla, ask the JOSHUA MENGE, of St. Andrews Bay.
people who take this medicine, or read la,
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the testimonials often published in tis wst quarter; northwest quarter of the
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ORGANTZEMn JANUARY. 9, 1892.

The object of this Association is to Tapron.ve 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-halt' and FiveAcrei to such parties only as will improve them by the
Erection of Houses. Fences and such Permanent Imnprovenents as will enhance the
talue 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 which will naturally be asked will be: "Is this Asso-
clation reliable"? And the answer to it is: Any person employing the Association
to make linprovenients may deposit an approximate payment of the estimated cost of
4he same Witlf any responsible business man or firm doing business on the Bay or in
Bank at their own home to. be paid over oniy when the Association shall satisfacto-
tily show that the improvements have been made according to agreement.
The Associati,n will not only improve and plant, but watch and care for
all property entrusted to its keeping, guarding against forest fires, dishonest pilferers
-or damigue from :any cause pIos.iille to be prevented.
From a careful estimate of the probable' expense and income of a fruit
plantation in the St. Andrews Bay country a few figures are given:
Price of ;nna pex acre, say .-4 .", to $:(ft; -<-.-Ot of clearing, sa.y $20; 'ost of planting 1st
year, say $30I; cost of cultivation eaclh ear thereafter, .$20
It is not extravagant to estimate that a 1-acre vineyard will on the third
year, if properly cultivated, yield .2.ti worth of fruit, and of peaches nearly or quite
the same, while figs should do even better -th-in that. Then, though perhaps a little
longer, some of them, in coming into profitable oearhig may be named pears, apricots,
nieetarines, plums, prunes, mulberries, olives, Japan persimmons almonds English
, wlllnts, Japal, 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 yield large returns oftener than they miss.
The Secretary of the Assodiation will give particular attention to an-
sweriug letter. of inqiuiir. aInd the Buoyx will in its answers to correspondents an-
swer all questions asked it.
R E M EM BE R, the Associatioin Lands will be soli on Easy
Terms of Payment: but improvements must he paid for as satisfactory proof is given
Itlat the w ark has been performed. CORRESPONDENC E SOLICITED.
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A MAP
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EOUR MILES OF COAST LINE,
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St. .\Ailrews, and give location of
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CSct-iring tile Patent.
It will also Advertise the Invention
Free of Charge.
Thi:.- ,,ff is subject to the follow-
ing coiuditiouis: I'Ev\ry competitor
nilist obtain a patent for his inventioii
thlllrugh this ieunipllny. He must fist
apply for a preliminary search, tlhe
elt. ,of which will be five dollatis.
Should the searel show his device to
tie unpaten table, lie can withdraw
wiilloit further expense. Otherwise
lie. will be expectodi to complete his
alpp!ication; and take out a patemlt inl
tle- regular way. The total expense,
inclu l liii (eVcllriiini "iC aiil BUtreau
fees, will bec ,T'. F'or this, whether
lie secures tihe orize or not, thl iii-
venitor will have a patent that ounht
to h.e a vixnluile piroplarty to liiun. imte
'iz' will lie awxar-le.d byv a jurv con-
sistii'Ag i;' tlhre rei uilaile ihp teni t ilt-
toriiiey of \Vashiingliton. Intendlinug
coUijOetiitors should ill out the follow-
ing Ilntik and forwairdl it witl their
appilarlis.:
at hIplicet n ',i :
-- 1 $-93.
I subinit tlie within dtserihed invention
in coillpel ition for the lTwu.ity-five hit:n-
dred Dollar Prize -.i', r. 1 iyv the Press
.''.,!; .: C oi. ; I., .. .

No Blanks in This Co mpetion.
'I his is a com petitionl of rithlie' an niT-
II-liial Iatiii r It is C l'.11 .i 11 to lit '
pi' : '.. i thie iest story, r, picti o.
or :i-1 it r ctn!tal plan, -I ll thie ic Ill. I -.
i. IS i'.: the 1.... of iheir i 'i & r
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Address the Press Claims Compa-
ny, .ohtn \W'Vedleburn, Mianiaging At-
ttorney, 618 F .street, N. \V., \Wash-
ington, D. C.

(Coffee and House Plants.
The way house plants thrive on
the dr(gs of coffee left a: breakfast is
admirable. IToker itself hardly
turns out str 6 ger leafage or such
thick bl.omi, hrie grounds are a
good onni l oni the top of tlie soil,
but a lit le care must he given not to
let t htm si.our and get musty in cool-
isli PNu wo nvatller.

( a:.'es .Ailard of Missuola has
100 tmii'aloes on the F'lathead reseorv-
ation, the only live herd of such
magnitude in the world

At Plynmouth a vessel weilghinig
200 tons was lifted clean loni to the
broad sea wall at, tie breakwater by
the force of the waves.

From Friend to Friend.
Goes the stJay o! the excellence of
Hood's arsoapnarilla and what it- has
I-,c, .:n, i.s iel ald this is the strong-
st av.'trio in \ivdiichi is done on the
!,,hi'!r i-' i; t e lieiie. \Ve e:ndeav-
oA.t tu li' o ':i. t." 'v. h it Hiood' Sar-
" '-** ii : i" n-; l% \" 'at it will o, but
h li. it lih; i dolle is .; a- lmorle imnpor-
tai iihil, far Imore potent. Its un-
e.llfll'l~ record of cures is sure to
cotnvi nce those who have never tired
Hi'ol' Sarsaparilla that it is an ex-
celleit medicine.
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A Powerful Disinfectant and deodoriz-
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Known to inedical science. It destroys !
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thereby preventing and arresting the
spreading of all contagious diseases.
Vouched for by the highest Sanitary
Authorities.
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A Large Size Camera and Photog
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With full Instructions for us
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A DULL KNIFE ABOUT
THE HOUSE WILL
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PAST IF YOU HAVE A
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SIT CONSISTS OF TWO
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THAT A' CHILD CAN
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IF YOUR HARDWARE
DEALER DON'T HAVE 0
IT, SEND 75c. TO
THE FOSTER-RAZOR CO.,
fFULTON, N. Y.


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of St. Andrews, whose advertisement
is to be found in the Duoy, making a
date for him to meet you at Matniaina,
Cottondale, or any convenient station
on the P. & A.; or, coming from the
north to Montgomery, Ala., to Bain-
Ga., over tIhe Alabaii a Midland rail-
road and tihe:ce to VWewahitchka by
steamboat or a cilheni.ap rconto is to
come from M onltgolmery to Eufala,
Ala, over the M. & E. railroad and
by sieamer to Wewahichka, whei:e
a hack can be fouintd to covey yon
sixteen nmiles to Wetappt.ll; he. cin-
nection may -be mado with the East
Pay mail sailboats, making daily
trip.IT up 'iod (own the Bay; a,nn.
the i;:'ss,,e ,m thel head of the
*,aVy to t. -: ro will be r,ade
iii a few n i (, lo'(i.g a deI'lightful
ride over one of t!e; tiznst bodies of
walter in. t}:e wor'.il at sit;!;!l (c)st; this
roint may aliso .be taken adilvantrage'of
by taking the P. & A. to River Jun1 -
tion, tlhence to (Golron, Wewalitcitkn
a (d ',tappo. If tPw \WVewn:hitch.;ka
rontc e t ikta atok i s ieav le fixed
ahead w- iti noticee tlier'e f)r Lack
to be in readiness at any time.

LADIES
Needing a tonic; or children who wait build.
ing up, should take
BROWN'SIROON ITTERS.
It is pleasant; cures Malaria, Indigestion,
Bli ess, Liver Complaints and Neuralgia.
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1!.. I al itin, again to thank' mi
ui-l4,in' for their liberal patron age,
aid I wiii try to please them t h\itlr

&Goo Materiel andl Reasonabli
0 I-I A R G- E .
So call on
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You wiil Find hini in the Postofiee
b)uilditn at Parker, ready at all tim-s
to Repair Your Boots and Shoes.


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H ave te exclusive sale of these cel-
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St. Andrews, Fla.
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iP cddlcd-i 1airei niot supplied wiith f iese
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High trade Iustrumaents only. Piano cased organs
a specialty. The accompanying cut represents our
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Full piano size and proportion. piano finish, piano
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carved piano trusses, etc., and unlike all other piano
cased organs on the market, has the most perfect stop
action. The lnck-board is made in two sections,the
first section folding back and laying in the second
section, in which position the Instrument present a
plane appearance. By a second motion the second
-sei.-.-n I s?!ihtilv ralj;I, and swinging back under the
urper front brings tbe stop-action into promineqoe.
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L,". t a \ i i ;I t, 1,0 t". i .4 1 u* ) :,%
,n, lit.th., I,, I,..lihi-h., h..t PLEASURE E CLE
.diliig it. T h,. .,ii li. i i la .stiliti]- 1 1 1, a lew \v w i;s a ):;it iho rt- to I C
I,, i i solethilg that would b)e move L t '
we I l ilit It >doing ithou t -it. e .je
alchlitcct whose competitive plan'for ,. .o ,
a cdil house oni a certain corner is ongo:cim
rit.t ;i'av' le.l has sienlt his labor on madl t: t th vt .
-oN c'tllii,-" of very little u8se to hlin. there i;:. :00w t.1 cc i 1
But the lie .rson whe pateit.s,4 simllic matter of (' xps,eL. ( i; vi:: Mo- / \
anId sel;'l i iin the Press Clairns ile or e-ea a.te ,ii the
Conipany's competition need not 'n 'i i ooA S
Wor, y if lie fails to secure the prize. C,
He has a substantial result to shtow ie P. ai N,,- ,. regu F. A. A\ES 6 CO. m
for hiis work-one that will connuanid i!.ile, every ponsi,.e a: ;nti :n is giv-
its va!ot in the market t atny tilie. cn to tle comfoti ,- i .vne. and Factory and Salesrooms, OWENSBORO, KY.
The plain man ivii, usos ai article witl-i fi tavorable wtninds the trip from
in his daily work ontilit to know bet- \
ter how to improve it than the tie- Pesacol is mle from twlve to
chanical expert who studies it only eighteen hours; or, take the P. & A. --
from the theoretical point of view. railroad at Penuisac.:1 .ir \ih v. troever else o ii '
Get mid of the iden that an improve- you may strike it, for (Chitiil:; the h le- I iI,
ment can be too simple to be worthS distance o ee to St. A drowx J _' i '
,, instance Ir lere, to St. And1iws AA C'E-S:1
patenitiing. The simpler tlie better.
The person wio best .lce,], in overland with a very gJd riad, is
colibiningi silnlicity and popularity fty-two miles; a new livery firm in
will get. thle Press Claims Company's Chipley have put in service a line of
twellvi-five hunndred dollars. comfortable, new\ hacks with good
The responsibility of this conmplany
mav be j:iudledi from the fact that its tea t trip is iade il one day,
stock is held byalln,,it three hall the prices chla: g,,i xil! be as, reas- T .. -
of the leadlinig newspapers of the onable as circumstances will warrant; GO0 TO I
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