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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: July 6, 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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St. Arews Bay!

wirst, Last, and all the
Time!



VOL. II.1


ONLY $1 A YfAR.

LARGEST CIROULATIO.,


Best AdvertisinMe il


V. ANRELA., J

LST. ANDREY Y J UI'Y 6~ 1898.


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OFFICIAL DIRECTORY,

SNI'-'r:i STATEtS.
.en:ators- Ulon. Sam'l IPasco, M. 1|i,.Ill
Hlin Wilkiii.-iin CAl. Juckionviile.
Sprcs'.nlitaliies-Ist District, S. R. A.M
lorv, Plensatvola; 12d District, C. A
(' oup(r.
,ind Itrlic-e-flegi-ter, Alex. Lynch; R
c.i, er. Volneya J. Shipunan, Gainesvill
Sr a'rAT.
Gj.trnour-Heiirr L. 3Mitchell; Attorne
c;cineral, \\'in.. B. Lamar; Secretary
Silit., J. L. Crawford: Compiiil t.lelr, P
D. BIhimiin: Co('missioner of Agricu
ture, L. B. Wuiiilll; Superintendet
S- I'Fublic IinsIt.itlioni, W. N. S"heatl
''TrI.-ar Ii. C''lliiis; Justice of Si
pircene Court, .l vlor TIall;lhaii .s.
SENA.TOIIIAI. )IT- f w ""1.
9',inisor-A.ionzo W. \Vetk- .,t hil'hy.
1 s.ASIXiT.N (. ,I.Ts'. CO----
i '{Ipre-en aiive. H. R. iinlcr, Chiiplee
'piiuilly .lJudge, 1 ni. It. .Iones, \ ci 1ll
U'lrrk of Court, County Clerk. Itieroidl
ot DIaeeds4 k.. V 1. L fil.-iticr, Ver\" It. C. Hluorne. Chliplc< : Ta it olleClol r. .
\'. Crtn',, \V'rlno"ii: Ti'. Assessor, A
J. Gay, iranss y Point; Superintendei
of PI'l,lic Instruction, L. L Charle-
Veriion; Suret-yor, Thos. Collins, Chip
Icy.
ST. ANDREWS.
Justice of the Peace. G. B. Thompsor
Notary Public, Deputy Circuit Coui
Clerk, R. D. Hopkins; School Supei
visor, R. F. Brackin; Post Mistres
Mrs. E. P. Maxon.
HAulISON.
Notary P public. G. B. Thompson; Posa
master, (acting) C. P. Slade.
PARKER.
'ostimnistress, Annie R. Parker.

C(ALIlOUN COUNTY-CROMANTON.
Notaries, E. Mosher, Frank Hoskini
Postmaster, W. A. Cromian.

R EL I G 10 U S.
Me1lthodist-Church corner of Washinj
* ton avenue and Chestnut street-Rev.V"
M. Croman pastor. Preachiiii at 11 a. 11
and 7:30; p. nl.. every alternate Sunday.
Sev entlh Day B.al},lift-AIce rtbe ry Sai
urday at I11 o'clock a. m., corner of Woot
bine avenue and Ilty View streets; prayv
meeting same plI cee erery Friday evening
at 7::30.
Presbyterian-C-liurlc corner Lorain
-venue and Drake street. Rev. C. I
Slade (Chlristian) pr sion every ill-rii.li-' Snni,.i at 7:30 p. m.
Catholic-Church corner Wyoming av(
line aiid Fnster '4trct.


BUSINESS DIRECTORY.
F. B. BELL,
NotarN Public for tlihe Slate at Large. Of-
fice in N. W. P'its' store.
PiTrrBUB., FLA.
W,. -'ileMi RKER.I .


11 -0ialter, Jewel [ Opticiln.
SOffice and salesroo in Geo. Rus-
sell's store, corner of Bay View and
Wyoming avenues.
St. Andrew%, Florida.
iR. 1). HOPKINS,
Notary Public.
and Deputy Circuit Court Clerk.
Office and lodgings in the Rodney
building 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 street,
St. Andrews, Florida.
W.O. BUTLER.
Attorney at Law. Practises in State
and Federal Courts. Will attend the
Courts of St. Andrews when wanted
Residence and office,
aipley, Florida
EDWIN A. EMMONS,
general Newspaper and Periodical
_& 3- 3i INT 0 X -
CHICAGO HERALD, N. Y. WORLD, N.
Y. HERALD AND CONCURRENT PUBLI-
CATIONS, ST.Louis REPUBLIC AND SAN
FnANCISCO EXAMINER.

Subscriptions Solicited,

THE MAILS.
MB MAXON POSTMISTRESS.
East, west and north mail, via. Chipley de-
parts every day except Sunday at 1-
o'clock; arrives every day except Sun2
aay at 12:30 p. m.
East Bay mail for Harrison, Cromanton,
Parker, Farmdale and Wetappo, leaves
St. Andrews going east every morning
S at o'clock and arrives, coming west
every afternoon at 3 o'clock.

Late Register U. S. Late Chief Clerk U.
Land Office, S. Land Office.
Gainesville, Florida.
L, A. BARNES, 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'S

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


PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY.
One Dollar a Year in Advance.

EMMONS- & LYNCH
1- Publishers and Proprietors
LI. WM,. EM moxs. E. J. Lyxca.
e--
e. Advertising Rates Made Known on
A pileation.
OV


Answers to .Correspondents.
rThe Buoy is no real estate agency;
neither 1iii-, sells, or puts a price
upon lots; it has advertisers who pay
attention to such matters; address
them. Any question asked wilLbe
T.^..'oil cheerfully and to the very
best of b r ability and all we ask
in rIeturi i i. that the .seeker fur infir-
&il,'rioji tlt&!lp'al,, tl~ u ir, ,. Itf |. -'
undertaken-that of building up iL.
Andrews and the Bay country, and
adding value to every piece of pr:op-
erty owned by our questioners by at
once becoming and remaining sub-
scribers to the Buoyv Remember that
we attend promptly to the yayment of
taxes for subscribers without charge
for our services. Any enquires con-
cerning taxes should always be ac-
companied with a full and complete
description of the land-we caif in
:o instance hunt up old letters to
find it; they are not preserved-also
with at least six cts, postage, for the
collector's office is fifty miles away
and, to do any business with him we
must write him; send two cts for his
answer and two cts more are required
to answer the correspondent.
J. P., Danby, Call.: The tax col-
lector's address is J. W. Cravey,
Vernon, Fla.
H. S. P.. Verdon, Neh.; The clerk
of courts is also recorder of deeds;
find his address iu official directory.
M. L. W.,North CC.mbridge, Mas.,.:
Yon are answered in the preceding.
W. E. T. Cubllen, Ill.: You ask
for services that would co.t you more
thau the lot is worth; perlhapb) if you
sellid your rcquest and a staiin to tIhe
tax collector he can hieli you; but
you may rest Lp sured y can tind no


'..... awLick. R. 1.: Youn
alS are ais~nere'd in a pre ious reply.
J. L. H., State Road, N. C.: Nu
one cares to put a valuation upon
other people's property; the aabess-
or's rating must content you.
R. I. L., Four Oaks, N. C.: There
may or may not be taxes due on yonr
lot; but there certainly will be about
Nov. 1st, next; there is nothing re-
markable in the way of improvements
here; still the Bay country is enjoy-
ing a healthy development and there
is nothing discouraging to property
owners'in its future prospects; sub-
scribe for tho Buor and keep abreast
of whatever may turn up to its ad-
advantge.

Repartee.
New York Evening Sun.
A man who returned from a yacht-
ing trip, which for some part of the
time included Mr. Edwin Booth as a
guest, tells the following good str-fy
of professional repartee between
Mr. Booth and Mr. La Montague,
the well known amateur. No sooner
had Mr. Booth came aboard the
yacht than he was seized with a
violent attack of attention to the
waves at the std, on the ve.ssel. Mr.
Booth's attention was eingrossed here
for a long time, and when he return-
ed to the party with, as one of them
said, with every thing lost save hon-
or Mr. La Montague said in low re-
proof. "Why Mr. Booth is that the
way you are given to gagging your
parts?"
"Not at all," said Mr. Booth, seat-
ing himself in his best tragedy style,
"not at all. I simply didn't like the
reception that these swells gave me,
and so I threw up the part."
The Flight of Time.
Pittsburg Dispatch'
Governess-"How long is it since
Rome was founded?"
Little Fanny-"Rome was founded
2,848 years ago."
Aged Grandmother-"Dear me,
how time does slip away."

A Neosho county Kansas farmer
sent this mixed order to a Chanute
merchant: "Send me a sack of flour
five pounds of cote and one pound of
tee. My wife gave birth to a big
baby boy last night, and also five
pounds of corn starch, a screwdriver
and a flytrap. It weighed ten pounds
and a straw hat."


The Ne? School Law.
Lh.'iig a;i act t, piro vile for -cI' oil
suilb-ilistric'.t i1n eonnl ic.s and tn' ,iIM
ainld t. prviile fir tihe le.-'ing andI
collectiO i 1 la.xes I,or the sUl i po l t il
schools in such sil.-.iisti ii s..
Be it enacted Iv t ei lIe i.tl.atuire ,11" tihe
state of Flhoi. l:,.
Section 1. That anl Clecilion niii
be held under tile order ai.d tlirectit ll
of the board of' public iuitriicliion ,Il
any county, if they hliall ildeei it a-l-
visable in any electlioii district, or iin-
corporated city ur tivwn i o ..iiuc con-ii
ty upon the peti ioi ulo ouie-floiirlli ,o
the itgisteiled andl i.11nlifield vo\trc
thereof, who are tax payels on real
or persoiail proilert therein, anil
i .II0r gA..it It La x e - I
two y'ear.. next preceding the pre-.eiit-
ation of sucl petition, to deterinui!e
whether such election district, city or
town shall be a school sub-district.
Any such election shall be held and
the result ascertained and declared as
nearly as practicable: in the same
manner as is provided by law for the
holding of elections concerning arti-
cle xix of the constitution substitut-
ing the board of public instruction
for the county commissioners. It
shall require a majority of the votes
of those voting at any such election
to determine any matter in the af-
firmative. If such sub-district is
created, three school trustees shall
be elected therein, upon a day to be
fixed by the board of public instruc-
tion and on the same day biennially
thereafter.
Sec. 2. All voters in such election
for sub-districts or trustees shall have
the qualifications specified in section
1 for petitioners for elections to es-
tablish sub-districts.
Sec. 3. It shall be the duty of
these trustees on or before the first
Monday in June of each year, to pre-
pare an itemized statement allowing
the amount of money required for the
necessary clommlon school l p'lrpostes of
their sub-district f6r the next uau.iing
scholastic ear: stating the'-te of


upon thle taxable property of their
sub-district to cover such amouiit,
inot to exceed tiiee mills on the dol-
lar. A copy of lthe iiemnized estimate
herein provided for shall be filed with
the clerk of the board of county com-
missioners, which board shall direct
the assessor of taxes to assess, and
the collector to collect the amount so
stated. Moneys collected under pro-
visions of this act shall be paid over
to the trustees of the sub-district in
which the tax is levied.
Sec. 4. These trustees shall under
tlhe direction of the board of public
instruction supervise each school in
their district and see that the teach-
ers perform their work promptly and
energetically and that the general
work, discipline and morale of the
school is satisfactory, and report to
the board of public instruction at its
in monthly nieetings.
Sec. 5. They shall also be a cor-
poration with the usual powers for
the purpose of performing their du-
ties. '


Sec. 5. They shall receive and hold
the money which may be assessed
and collected as hereinbefore provid-
ed, as a special tax to be disbursed
in the district where collected, solely
for school purposes, such as building
school houses, furnishing the same,
repairing, heating and cleansing and
when necessary, paying any legiti-
mate deficit due the teachers. These
trustees shall be required to give
bond in twice the amount raised by
the special tax, to be approved by
the county board of public instruc-
tion, before receiving any such
money.
Sec. 7. Any sub-district may be
abolished by like proceedings as those
above provided for its establishment.
The boundaries of such sub-district
shall coincide with the boundaries of
the election district, excepting that
if a portion of an election district be-
ing in an incorporated city or town
shall be included in a sub-district
composed of such city or town, the
remainder of such election district
not included in such city or town
may become a school sub-district in
the same manner as though it were
an entire election district.
Sec. 8. That all laws and parts of
laws in conflict with this act be and
the same are hereby repealed.
Sec. 9 This act shall take effect
from and after its passage and ap-
proval by the governor.
Approved Jnne 2, 1893.


----


M'hy were seated on the sofa, as near
each ot wr As they coud get.
Detective Simpson could not repress
an exclamation of astonishment at the
astounding words of the servant, and
yet, it may be said, he was partly pre-
pared for them.
It was confirmatory of the extraordi-
nary theory he had formed days before
when in conversation with Max Manson,
and which he was on the point of mak-
ing known to him. When he heard the
footfall overhead, he suspected it wvas
the lady that had been reported dead and
buried more than a week before.
"Then Miss Livermore did not die?"
"No, but she came awful near it,"
Martha hastened to say, as though that
fact palliated the strange deception that
had been used. "I am afraid, Mr.-
What is your name?"
"Mr. Simpson."
"I am afraid, Mr. Simpson, I shouldn't
have told you this. Dr. Maidhoff will
kill me if he finds it out."
"Don't be alarmed, my dear. I shall
not tell him, and you can do as you
please about it. But do you know why
she consented to appear as a dead per-
son?"
"She couldn't help it. She was pretty
near dead, so much so that we all be-
lieved it for a long-time."
"Was it given out thatshe w ?
"Yes, sir. The doc|d a cofin
sent here on thi n train, and
everybody tI .- Livermore's
dead body o is, every one
who didn't '.
SHow was ter here without
its being kno r i
"The docto It her in a carriage
at night. A is not very far."
"But what u ir reason for such a
singular coumrsef s,
"I am sure Ican'tUtel, butithadsome-
'thing to do with th.t red diamond that
was locked up in t4t safe, and which has
made nothing bu' trouble ever since I
can remember."
"Last night I Le w a young gentleman
with Dr. Maidhoffo Can you tell me who
he was? y
"What kind of Anian was he?"
"Quite young a.~d good looking, with
dark hair and miostacho. He was well
dressed and rathe, tall."
"Why, don't you know him? He is
Mr. Arthur Fairclild, and they do say,"
added Martha, ,l- t:Ang her voice to a
confidential wbhis I'-that him and Miss
Evelyn will soon married. I guess it
is so too."
"Well, my good girl, I am ever so
much obliged to yg u f-r your kindness,
and I repeat tht you shall suffer no
harm through wlat you have said. Miss
Livermore will doubtless want to know
who it was that Illed on you and what
my business is. Vou can sav it wa#. the


Quiitt A a'sare C1 st.
I'l I' : l l'Oill llitl>'l;l i I." /.ril l.'.
i\t mi .'ni n. e M-i. jl l h .iri * iiiir

An111d .':-1 II
hb l>u l Ihe li.. imp 'ii n, g.
(.)I Iu : r, 14
A I I
l' T'y b o d h u r in g ',
Aiid l'riea'.ik lip til r rCsl?
\'liun ever, i ':in l.e,'lh;ng u ,
i'ro.'.inh ,,Ig i t i be -chigil ue,
To b' et tlk do nlit O I hd the u I'.-,,
Fur (|liii i ui e I.e t.
The r.ai iii r i'Kler down iw n sphoiWirs
And Il.1'- ; u rlgn Q I tlJ tiirlv llimwer-'.
S t liiir i o l 'Ir.ni c; cb lrinimling

cThe gr ll,_i. -. ph rs gallier up.
'lhi'e-i i i i. h, tempe.-t's pau h





'Il ht iquiet wa.y are beat.
Nothing's g:iined by worrying,
By hurrying
And : ouri. iuig,

The temper's often lost;
And in pursuit ofi sne small prize
We rushhead ae nd are not wise,
And find the unwonted exercise



That do their duty right along.
Reluctant they to raise a fuss
Or make themselves ridiculous.
Calmi and serene in heart and neave,
Their strength is always ia reserve,
And nobly stands each teBt!
And every day and all ahlut,
By scenes within and scenes without,
We can discern with ne'er a doubt
That quiet ways are best.





THERAJAH'S RUBY

By J. G. BETHUNE

(Copyright, I893, by American Press Assoc!a-
tlon.1


rcoegarnrElu
CHAPTER XVL
"Ae WAS TAK.LoN BIG CI.'CES."


sEac T Mr. Fairchild.
"Bsomothing strange about
SIt. Mi3tia says it is the same person
who saw me at Ellopville, to inquire
about the property. Tbat is what he
pretended, but I believe it was something
else,"
"Now you want to make me jealous,
persisted Arthur, who seemed deterunitd
not to be serious.
"Wh' won't you be seniblo wheu'--
Further protest seemed to be checked
by some endden obstruction of the lips
which sounded suspicourly like a kiss.
Folsom Simpson, in the other room.
felt that he was acting a mean part in
thus playing the eavesdropper to the
couple, but how was he to help it?
'Whom do you suppose him to be,
Miss Suspicion?"
"One of those hateful detectives from
New York. I am afraid Dr. Maidhoff
made a great mistake."
"I don't think so. You are wrong, for
there was a detective t' tt was sent to
Ellenville, but the doctor shut up his
eyes so closely that he went back dis-
gusted."
"Couldn't there be two of them.
Smarty?"
"Possibly there might have been, but
it doesn't strike me as probable. If there
were, what of it?"
"They will find out something, and
then what shall we do?"
"Do nothing. It is sure to come out
right, pet, but see here It strikes me
that it is rather cold in the parlor.
There is more warmth in the other room.
Let's try that."
"I guess it will be more pleasant there,"
Mr. Arthur Fairchild sprang from his
chair and slid back the doors, leading
the way for his betrothed, who followe4,-
Fortunately Simpson was givea.fio-
ment's warning. He was about to plunge
into the dinilng-room4in the desp'raito
_ hpo of making his way outdoors through
theT ktchen, but the heavy looped cur-
tains caught his eye, and in a twinkling
he had ensconced himself behind one of
them. the folds veiling his figure as he
stood bolt upright and motionless.
"I hope sho won't take it into her head
to rearrange these," he reflected, with a
shudder. "If she does, rm gone."
It was taking big chances, but the de-
tective did it from what may be called a
sense of duty or principle. He was con-
fident that the young couple would let
out some facts which he wanted to learn,
in order to clear up what was yet dark
concerning the rajah's ruby.
But in forming this hope he forgot
for -the time that they were betrothed
lovers and could not be expected to talk
of anything but themselves when they
were alone and the opportunity so invit-
ing.
"When do you go to New York?" she
asked a moment after they were seated
on the sofa, as near each other as they
coul4 get.
"This afternoon. I want to have the
confounded business wound up and off
my mind."
"I will be so glad when you do. It
will be such a relief to us all. When do
you return?"
"Tomorrow-that is, if you want me
to do so."
"What a question;! There, you hurt
my hand-you ought tq be astiarmed of


S -. i:,l ";. W, ; t..' .. t w i .o ii',m r.,'-t' ..l ir
LE I,lit v il. ai.d .in.p.i:-'-.. ,f ? is (i ildtr
about tlih s;ale of the prop, rty."
**I will do that since it is true, bat
what hall I say to Mi.-s Gildor if she in-
quires of me--oh. thl-re shell i nowl"
A light step on the irch was followed
by a harp tinkle of the bell. Detective
Simpson did not want ti bec caught by
the Inly, and it was 1his puIirose to get
away before hcr return, but it wasim-
possible for him to slip out now, and it
would le embarrassing to explain to her
why it was he was in the parlor talking
to her servant.
But he was a man of resources and
rarely lost his self possession.
"Don't say anything to her about me,"
he sail, rising to his feet. "I will step
Into the next room and slip out when 1
get the chance."
The parlor was of the old fashioned
kind, with sliding doors separating it
from the sitting room beyon waw so flusterthatshe could do noth-
Lng. He stepptdl rlW8 i -1 t ne adjoin-
hlg apartment, where he hV, to s:ay
undiscovered until he gained a dancee
of quietly letting himself -out at the
front.
The servant waited until he vanished.
when she hurried through the hall and
opened the door, just as the impatient
young lady gave another pull at the bell.
She admitted not only Miss Gilder,
but her escort, Mr. Arthur Fairchild,
who was laughing and chatting as though
in high good humor.
"Step into the parlor," said she, "and
wait while I run up stairs to see how
auntie is. I won't be gone long."
"Mind you keep your promise," re-
plied the young man, who entered the
front room and seated himself on the
same chair that was occupied by the
other visitor a few minutes before.
Simpson heard the light footsteps trip
up stairs,'and then came the murmur of
voices as the two ladies engaged in con-
versation, though none of the words was
distinguishable.
Miss Gilder seemed to foi rget hIer -ro n-
ige to the young man below, for illi. wa.
absent fully 15 minutes!, dkiring which
he vented his impatie: t y irhumming
several airs to himself a -.L n:ovi:r; un-
easily about the room. But he was a
pretty good model of a lover, and when
she appeared, radiant and happy, he said
nothing in the way of reproof, but gen-
tly inquired:
"How is auntie?'
"She couldn't be better. She seems to
have recovered entirely, though it. would
kill me to go through what she has with-
in the last few weeks."
"It b enough to startle any one, but
there is no need why you should go
throngh it."
B at nk she tells me:'
aago and had a


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W\hen the rays of old Sol are boil-
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Tie thouisaid and oie cheap gassy
beverages are known to be more or
less injuirous to the health, while the
mineral waters of known puri ty and
healthfulness are a luxury beyond
the reach of but few. What shall
we drink?
A beverage to meet the require-
ments, must, first of all, be absolutely
pure and non-alcoholic. It should
possess a medicinal element to coun-
teract the effects of the heat and keep
the blood pure and the stomach
healthful. In order to be palatable
and refreshing, it should be sparkling
and effervescent. List but not least
it must be economical and within
the reach of all. A beverage that
fully m-Ats all of the above require-
mentr and one that is entitled to
mention is Hire's Root beer, manu-
facture by the Chas. E. Hires Co., of
Philadelphia- This preparation has
been analyezd by the highest antliori-
tiesand pronounced by them to be free
from any deleterious substance and ab-
solutely non alcoholic;while physicians

acknowledge its health giving quali-
ties. It has a delicious, appetizing
flavor, is full of snap, sparkle and
effervescence, and is without a peer
as a retreshment.
A package. costing 25 cents at the
grocer's or druggist's, will make five
gallons of this great temperance
drink. Truly it answers the ques-
tion-What shall we drink. There
are many substitutes and imitations
of Hire's Root beer offered for sale
which should be carefully avoided.

An Iugrate.
The OIub.
Jack Ford-"Did you see that girl
cut me then?"
* Frank Wilcox-"I noticed she
didn't bow.":
Jack Ford--"And yet I saved her
life.',
Frank Wilcox-"How?"
Jack Ford-"We were engaged,
and finally she said she'd rather die
than mnarry me, so I.let her off."


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of them nearly a foot long.
do will find a piece of wood


tere-
a his


liking go into it, eat, turn and be
merry and be ready to retire from
business, fat and happy in two
months time<. Creosote stops them,
an. so does mud and sand packed
around tie wood."
One poor contractor in 1879, had
a large contract in Calcasien to build
revetments for the government. He
built the wood work, but was de-
layed in filling with mud by the lack
of dredging facilities. In two or
three months time he got the dredge
boats, but in the meantime the tere-
do had been very busy, and nearly
two miles of the woodwork was in
such a condition that it could be
kicked to pieces and the government
refused to pay a cent for it.

Nothing Left for the Jericho
Thieves.
Pittsburg Chronicle-T.'legraph.
"I have been reading about the
new railway of Jerusalem," said Mrs.
Snaggsto her husband. "Isn't it
strange?"
"Very,', replied Mr. Suaggs.
"People no longer go do% n ito ,Tern-
salem by Jericho by the old wu a ;and
fall among thieves."
"No, not exactly: but n"w they
have to meet the Pullman porter and
the candy butcher."

He Gave the Docter Time.
Toledo Commercial.
"Doctor," said an anxious ctitzen,
"iometliiig has happened to my wife.
Her mouth seems set and she can't
say a word."
"Why, she must have lockjaw!"
said the doctor.
"Do you think so? Well, if you
are up my way some time next week
I wish -you would step in and see
what you can do for her "

Quick Work.
A short courtship is reported from
Maine. Deacon Marvin, one of the
early settlers of Buckfield, one day
mounted his horse with only a sheep-
skin for a saddle, rode in front of the
house where Betty Lee lived, and
without dismounting, requested Betty
to come to him. On her coming he
lo'd her the Lord had sent him there
to marry her. Betty, without much
hesitation, replied: "The Lord's will
be done."


)ourse;ir. inn \.'i i .'r i". l ou
kiss as that. Do ..top, Arthur, or I will
be real angry."
"Well, you haven't told me whether
ywn want mue to stay away one day or
one week."
"Nor am I going o 1 tell you. If you
don't know, you :hall Inot find out from
me."
"Very well," niil he,. frigning anger.
I'll stay a month, and then when I come
back maybe you'll be glad to see me."
"HIow mean you c:;.. b when you try.
I shall be wvorriil r all th', lti o when you
are gone. No,1, you lua:it h.i--.' ie again."
There was a jIcntlr struggle, many
protests, punctuat.rd 1by the F11uiii of Ol,-
culition, and it wn.i not necessary fur
Simpson to pccp aruound tbhe edge of the
curtain to understand what had taken
place.
"I shall go dirKet to (,th Astor House,"
said Fairchild, ss-.ainju, minr seriously
than he had yet ldo,. **It wi!l Ib' to
late to attend ., th.. ftiitta.r tt.ni:)!t. but
I will do it at ti..- .ir'i'Cst io:;ssible hnour
tomorrow morning. aid then you may
be assured I shall lose ni-Jtuue in getting
back to Warlihampton as qnic:.ly L.
steam will bring ine. I1 must go."
"So soon?"
"The train leav.i.. in 1.) minutes."
An affectionate parting followed, and
then the young luily--l.ing left alone-
went above to join hi.r relative. Martha.
who was on the alert. gave Simpson the
cue, and he managed to slip out undis-
covered, though the escape was a nar-
row one.
[TO BE CONTIN".D.]


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NO.


THETREDO NAV .3. L.

Tlhe Fierce Eater-UpI of' Shipsl
Piles and Bridges.
P'eiiiicola News.
"Most people." said a linely-
bl'rinede sea captain yesterday "im-
agine that ships are coppere.l and
post creosoted and such thing.A dion
on account of the barnacle. II is no
sich a thing. The barnacle is nlti-
ing, he merely dot-s a little uit.iilde
work. But if you want to know the
nalne of the champion destri.yiiig.
wiorin of the universe, just liistn-
the teredo navalis; that's him ail lie
is a ilai.y.
S"\What does he do? Ho eats
cnIilghi ood in ai month to rfui-iiich
a young country with forests: lie is
the bane of the contractor, the 'ii-.
ow ner and the railroads fiwni.1
ibiiilg s; take a plank, put it iln iti
salt water of the gulf; come back ll
two lontlhs and you can kick it to
I'ieces. \ihy? Because the teri.lo
and his relatives have eaten away all
ilN insides."
The captain then gave a very in-
teresting account of this energetic
worm. The teredo is a salt w'iter
product. He is never found in fies.it
water, and his first advent is in a"-
very modest way. He is a miiute
speck flHating on the waves, and
Ic-aves no trace of his entrance when
lie gofe. into a piece ftiaiber. ( ,ca
in, he attains a rapid growth, ;ai
eats as lie grows, developing a slimy,
jelly-like body, and a head furnibled
with a hard hiorny substance,- ', l`i-'
lie uses as an anger, turning, nu1.-r-
ing aun eating pulp as he bouiis ib,"
cell larger and larger co accoinllu-
ilate his increased size. He con-
tinues in this manner to enlarge Ilis
,1u:1iters, ,Int never stiikes ini,, the
cell of other teredos, and though he
may conic very near it, never bores
his way to the outside of his dwel-
ing place.
"He is really a daisy the eaptiart
continued; '-a kind of unicorn worm,
and I bet the fellow who said "tlU '
worn will turn," was looking at a
teredo at the time. I've 'een some






____________________________________-- .I r~.,r a .-.a----1.- -PlT ______________________________


MARITIME E


NoTE.-It must be remembered that the
wind is not a wholly reliable motive pow-
er and if the sailors sometimes find it im-
Dossible to make schedule time it must lie
charged to the elements; they do the best
they can.

SCHOONERl
NETTlE.
CAPT. LESTER MEaRITT.
Leaves St. Andrews every Wednesday.
Arrive at Pensacola every Thursday.
Leave Pensacola every Friday.
Arrive at St. Andrews every Saturday.
Fare, with board, $5; without hoard, $3.
Freight carefully handled.
Capt. F. H. Ware, Proprietor.
SCHOONER
JE SSIE P.
CAPT.. J. C'EiL.r..ENUElt.
lakes regular trips between Par'ke run
East Bay and lPensac'lda; ill make reg-
ular landings at Cromnnton and Har-
rison and at any other point when re-
quested beforehand to do so. Passen-
gers and height traiin.ported at reason-
able rates and satisfaction guaranteed.
Orders left at the residenceof the cap-
tian St. Andrews will receive prompt
and careful attention.
JOHN T. I'TTr, Proprietor.
SHARI'JE
ROSA.
CAP, GEO. ('.ALI UErTON.

Carries the East Bay Mail; Ieaves St. An-
drews Mond.iy, W'edliietdry ardi Frid%;
_ ofeorningi, arriiiing at Wetapplcb anm.'
evening. Leave \Wetapp. ilteiinite
mornings arriving at St. Anidi iws in tihe-
evening. Passengers and freight tirans-
ported at reasonable rarts.


CAIT.


YAWL E.

- E. PALMER.


Carries Ith,: Entl RB!;v 1 :il: ....I'es rt. An-
drew- T e'l' da. Iuri :'sl ,,.d S iturd;i
inoliniungs, arriving i t \'I'. tixpt same
eveninlgs. L.-t \V r 1 i'r-.. alternate
m r,.'niiings, arri\ at St. A.- .lr, s in
the evening. rPi .-si ' 'l s .i I'r'.. eight
trnaii.cpurlcd at d'.'. 1%,iii I .tttR.

lohe ,Jess:c P., c;anie ini: t:.ni P.n:i-
sac-l:i Fr'i.!:iv inurn i-, with a -r-. 1
freight :ii'r ', anill five' ]: l 's '. :s.
'lThe >.It lie arrive.l .m the allelr-
nonni or tihe 4th; iatheir nlte IlIr the
.goods abonil of her ldeIigil.., ir I-r ,
in Ilie ceepllratiol; blt ine:11'- \\cr
enlploye'i ill the eveniiil:- to i.-ie F~r.ini
.-o tlie more pe ili l l1l. ni.l ii,.- t
t1 ,,ugl et -ttr ati-i e-,s.
The1 Jessie P, sailed for Peiarcnaela
yesterday afternoon.
The Nettie starts for P-nsucola
tilis afternoon with several pIa.sehn-
gers

A Week's VWeather.
Thie 'nllowinig taille showns "1hnt l'!.'
1temperaturc at St. Andie t s hal s Iis e il
during the pist week, from oil'. \ it i
taken at tlie utov office e'a.li iiit riiip
and noovn:
iMnr.r,. Ncoo.
'l'huirsd y June 29. ...... 75 80
Firday. 30 ....... 80 7
Saturday, July 1......... 5 88
Sunldar . . .. ;: | ?S(
Monday, 3 ...... ;
Tuesday, 4...... .8
Wednesd'v. 5 ..... 0 '!i
Female Weakne .s Po-iIt iv :C'Iuic.
To the Editor:-P.case ;:ntl'uri:i \uur
readers that 1 have a positive rc'l.idy :v i:
the thousand and oune ills -n'hih fi.ri-.
from derann! .d fenial,' or'' .-. I .' 11I
be glad In se;dJ two liuotles oif imy I -11 ..
FuEI to nil lady if' Ihliy v i.l ., ,,l tl ..r
Express and 1'. (). adul.lrcts
: YoursE R-sce' f'ull.'.
Dr. E. G. NMARCHIST, UTICA, N. Y

Virginia College.
- For Young Ladies, Roanoko, Va.
Opens Spct 14. L1-': A beautiful and
attractive C ill,. h. .-vi. N~ew huidingi,
amnl the f!i,,ot 1I :li, Sculth MoIdern
impro vomnt- Nt. I a nos andtfuriiture.
Cawru s tiIn ,Ir:re, Ln.L, lir Cl t mountain
scenery; inll \lly ut' Virgini.i, famed for
health. Europ.-an and A'ltri-an 'each-
ers. Full counr. '. Advint.iatg in Music
and Art in.-x .i or L'.'. l *,'. :d -
d ci. ltiie I epi J.'di., .
TW. .. _\ i it R -' ?. D.
I[ :amllk(k i :- iii'..
^*ff ~ -- scT


I KEEP COOL
aside, outside, and all the way through,
by drinking r -

HIRES' Root
This great Temperance drain; e
s as alhfl.aM as I s pleasant. Try It.
S-,.'a r. a a..rwsr4. S- -'---a ----
PAR IKR'S
HAIR BALSAMi
Olmn n b d b.sii the haIr.
ovetr Faila 'o Bestro -ir-y
.-' .I I i l 0l Ail 51'
Ilair to its Youthful Cou-.
urns a cnip d.i-aK, kapT li.ll:g.
rL ond tL W 'aV J'r Fp-i'tk
The Consumptive and F".*o-'O l .-, .1, ho
s.flv*ft m n. dicsa.r.. ihou!l ubTarknirld .Ctntcr
TIoal. II"ourtheworstCo.li., V nakh Luhn.r. Ibiltyl. n
a iM, FBmle s wftkknes, r.:'cunl lnr anud P.U. ~i. &. ; L
N.RN Tuie os!r ,'r, t cnrcntr C .'.
M es ;B at.:a. i'.t, .t L f';'ni.
Ripans Tabules cure nausea.
Ripans Tahules : pleasant laxative. .
Ripans Tabules cure biliousness.
Rtipans Tabules banish pain.


LOCAL DRIFT.

-Go t,.. the People's Store to buy
sugar at Iti, 17 l tid 18 pounds for $1.
--Commiercial, legal, and plain or
printed stationery at the Bt3.I office.
-You get all you pay f,'r at J. T.
Pi ts'. He sells for sash at cash prices.
-lThe BuoY andil the Florida Ag-
riculturist one year, $2.50; clubs of fire,
$2.'3 each.
-Paint Brushes of the best qual-
ity and at the lowest prices at the Pioneer
Drug Store-
-All hotels on the Bay can get
chickens, eggs. fruits and vegetables at'
the People's Store.
-If you want a dainty chew get
some of that fine natural loaf chewing to-
11 ,cco at T. C. Danford's.
-Legal cap, commercial note
letter-he'd papers and envelopes, either
printed or plain at the Buoy office.
-You are cordially invited to call
and examine the new line of ready made
clothing just received at J.T. Pitts.
--If your watch or clock is dead
or crazy, do not have it monkeyed with,
but take it to Hughes, the reliable
jeweler.
-Commencing on Tuesday the
13th inst., the mail will be carried regu-
larly to the new postoffice of Anderson on
North Bay.
-Thle BuoY learn with regret of the
death of Mrs. Col. Chas. Doty, who went
north to spend the summer, abiut two
months since.
What's the use of wearing a si.n-
browned and sallow complexion when you
can get gold dust complexion powder at
T. C. Danford's?
-The regular .-'weekly family
prayer meeting -will be hell Friday
evening at the residence of Mrs. David-
son near Mich Wan ave.
---Those silver noon witingtab-
lets at thre Buoy office are fine enough to
satisfy he most exacting society lady in
the land. Only 12c each.
--Judgue Ho kins, St. Anilrews'
popular attorney has been pristirated by
S;'il '. s for sc' ral days, Ihut his many
'ri i;.. : .a i .;,,,' to lear vy sterday that
he ..s ii.' .- ;]i,.
-If y our evesigh-t is defective, call
at the 1. r.o to!lice ia d Ib fitted with a
pair of the cel'brattil perfected crystal
oness, :,,.. ,-...-'tuird only by Keliamn &
Moore At'.nt', (-at.
-N e~Ci reaches s ,f, the death
D:; r. 1. -. _:.:i, whi< i been for
.,'.-,:l: )year. a L;;/.. j of St. An-


-C 1 e i:iing 1 I'r h'it :. LS, ieittv of
Cl( ii.-tii.n i :, .:.', '. r, tt liii. m .' ts at l the
P ri.-I ylt ria,, chi'i t v ..:," .us.,. ,,'te. -
non -.ill. " tl-"" hhl it


--'lieT liinani:e c., nit tee o)f thel
Fourili of illy celel.r.alii'n refltiet lho...i
who, suld-criljed to tLhe fund tid lalae inot
iet paid up, o cone forn;.rd and pay tile
severMal .t:inlulils, ;nd thus .at.rt Ith' iie-
c ;less:t I.f Iing called upoll Ib, the curnl-
mittee.
-The schooner Cleopatra met
with an accident while coming down from
Maxville with a load of passengers for the
Fourth of July celebration, by which hleu
masts were 1disa.l.'d, and small boats had
to be secured to bring the passengers to
their destination.
-A report had gained Home cir-
culation here thatJ. E. Boren was dead;
but a paper received by Jeweler liuges,
from Llano, Tex.. his home, controverts
Sthe rumor by stating that Mr. Boren acted
as usher at a revival meeting of the great
evangelit, M)oody.
-Every newcomer who visits
Parker is pleased with the beauty of the
location and it is only a question of time
and that a very short time when the prices
of desirable sites will be much higher than
at present, and the wise homeseeker will
take advantage of the bargains in real es-
tate now offered by W. H. Parker.
-The Buoy has a fine new slate
imposing stone from the marble \manu
factory of B. A. Davis, Pensacola an~d this
leads us to remark that there is no Setter
place anywliere to get marble or stone


whether to mark the resting place of the
dead or for the more practical uses of
every day wear and tear. His styles are
right up to date and his prices are reason-
able.
--As will be seen by reference to
cards in the Buor's m iritime depar'-
met, the carrying of the East Fay mail
has been assumed by Capt.E Palmer of
th, splendid yawl Bill, and Capt. Goo.
Chidderlon of the scarcely less commo-
dious Sharpie, R(sa, either ofth ese boats
may be depended upon to make good tidle
and give first class and reasonable priced
accomodationa" to either passengers or
freight.
-Capt. Anderson authorizes the
Biitv, for the purpose of making a friend-
ly ttat of the sailing qualities of the boats
on the Bay claiming to be superior sailers,
to i--'ue i1 chalilenlg, to the owner of the
S.;sie B., or any other boat of the class
of tfie Clarance A., to sail at a time to be
hereafter named for a stake of $25 for
each boat uinterii-, the contest. Accept-
ance of the challeage my be addressed to
Ihe. It'orv and through- it the time, course
and oiler preliminaries may be arranicd.
S-Almost everybody who has be-
comii interested in St. Andrews would
like to possess a map of the town an- con-
ti.-ois country. To all such we would say
that for one dollar sent to us we can fur-
nish them an excellent large map of the
town with the lots asd public places cor-
rectly llo.atel. Besides this city map, we
have also a setional map embracing not
iInly the town proper,' but all the land
disposed of by the Cincinnati Company,
and while lots and blocks are not shown
it is an easy uiiatttr toget their location
by the use of this map See adverti-e-
ricurs elswl.cre.


ceive $3 per week for life; 2nd, 1,000 in
gold; 3rd, 500; 4th, ~50; 5th, 100; ith,
ticket to World's Fair and ten day ex-
penses; pianos, organs, ladies and gents'
gold and silver watches, silver tea services.
diamond rings, and over 10.000 other re-
wanrs, making altogether the m6st valu-
able prize list ever offered by any publish-
er. S.. nd Ifo pointed list of former prize-
i.nuer.
LcLKtis-1. Fo-i'gTi--6" o'r olete words
not counted. 2. Letters cannot,'-].c-usaed
oftener that they appear in the words
"World's Co:umbian Exposition"--
that is. the word "riddlq," for instance,
could not be used, because there is but
one "d" in the three words, etc. 3,
Names of persons and pieces barred. 4,
No charge for packing ,r shipping but all
prize winners will be expected to help us
to extend our circulation* 5, All lists con-
tuining over 100 correct words will receive
a special reward,
JuD.;-s-The following well-known gcn-
tclemen have consented to act as judges
annid uill see that the prizes are family
awnvaded: Commodore Calcutt (proprietor
C:lcutt's line of sten in rs), P.' tei. ii. riigli,
and Mr. W. Roburtson. president Times
Printing cou.pany, I'terborouglh.
AcGExt WA'rNTI).-We. pay one dollar to
five dollars per day, salary (no- commis-
sion) to men, women, boys and girls.
Write for particulars. Register all money
letters. Address, AoG1icuLTI'risr PuB. Cc.,
(L'td), Peterborough, Canada.


IF YOU WANT INFORMATION ABOUT





Address a letter or ostal card to
TJE PRESS E COMPANY*,
JOHN WEODERBURN, Managing Attorney,
P.O. Box 488. WASHINGTN, D. C.
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WUrILLL -KI&l rI-wl *1 [
Also, for Soldiers and Sailors disabled in the line of
duty in there u lar Armyor Navy sinethce war.
Surtrivors of the Indan wars of 1832 to 18A2, and
their widows, now entitled. Old and rejected claims
a sprecalty. Thousauls etitlid to higher rates.
Senl for uew laws. o Ch0 for advilcu. Noi tO
until a iucceaful


FALL IN LIN WITH THE GRAND RUHSH
r -- -- ...


re e


-For curiosity jewelry call at Rnis-
sell's, on I J. Hughes, the jeweler.
-Fine lot of men'-, anId uy-,' new
wool and fur hats just received at the
People's Store.
-Buy your goods at the cash store
of J. T. Pitts, Parker, Fla.. and get the
benefit of the cash prices.
-If anyone would like to get a pet
mocking bird for $1, they can learn of an
opportunity to do so at the Buoy office.
-Why suffer with corns on your
toes when you can get relief by purchas-
ing and using the corn salve sold by T.
C. Danford?
-So many have expressed a desire
to see in print the patriotic Fourth of July
address delivered by Edwin A. Emmons
that we shal try and make room for it next
week.
.-Our correspondents will please
bear in mind that their favors must be
mailed early enough to reach us not later
than Monday evening; otherwise they
acnnot appear in the current issue.
-One of the pleasing sights to be
seen in St. Andrews on the Fourth uas
the limb of a LeConte pear tree displayed
in Geo. Russell's store window. It was
cut and brought to.l. Wa:_,
from one of trees on his fine East Ba\
fruit fariwas perhaps tho-an d-a-half or
thri feet in length and loaded with we
asiould judge, thirty or more pears. Such
evidences as this are incontestible proof
thatthe cultivation of the pear must prove
a success on St. Andrews Bay.
--R. E. Howard of Watson Bayou
hag a new'grape for this section, which is
bearing its first crop this year It s a G er-
man grape, as its name indicates-the
Von Litticheau, resembling the Niagara
in form and color but ripening two weeks
earlier than the latter, and remarkable
for its meaty texture and sparseness of
seeds. Its flavor is perhaps a trifle
less pronounced than that of the Niag-
ara; but if it sustains the good qualities
of the cluster tested it will prove a valu-
able addition to our list of grapes worthy
of cultivation in the Bay country. Mr.
H., has a limited supply of one-year old
roots,,and expects to add to them mate-
rially for another year's planting.
rjl <>4W---------
Every ,producer in Washington
and Calhoun counties should know
that everything raised can be sold at
the People's Store, Pittsbnrg, Fla.
4
Washington County Teachers,
S Attention.
Correspondence of the Buor.
VEIN-,N, FLA., June 23, '93.
Ei.-s. Iov: WVill y,,n kily pub-
lish a notice in your valuable j.iufnal
that the Peabuldy Noriiml Ta.r.s'
Institute will (..ef;i l1eY p i.
o it, r.r \vj, tl ^ f


ilo well tl atttehllt i-i 11
neu l]in makes ,ui- lo-1rufs.i, .ni, *
ity anil those failing to k.0 '1 li p illi
ino ein progress \\ill I e left behlini!.
State Superiintendtelt hienats will
be present and conduct the exercise.
for one week. Yours truly,
L. L. CHAnLES, County Sujit.

THREE DOLLARS A WEEK1
FORp LIFE.

Here is a Snap for Brainy Peo-
ple--The Latest Thing Out.
In order to introduce the Canadiani
Agriculturist into New homes, the pub-
lishers hcve decided to present an un-
usually attractive reward list for their
Great Eighth Half Yaa.rly Literary At-
traction for the summer of 1893. They
have entered into a written agreement to
pay through the Judges all the rewards
offered below.
How TO SEc'RE A REWARD-Those who
become subscribers can compete free of
charge. All that. is necessary is take a
few sheets of paper and make all the
words you can out of the letters in the
three words, "World's Columbian Ex-i
position," and send them to us, enclosing
one dollar for six months subscription to
either the Canadian Agriculturist or The
Ladies Home Magazine, two of the
choicest periodicals of the day.
The sender of the largest list we'll rc-


GENER, MERC IIANDISE,
In the St.,oe at Pitt I flurinrlv ,,,.,oc.'i,.l1 l.v N. W..PITTS & SON,
which I prtpe toI. e lihe LO :\VElT LIVING MARGIN OF PROFIT.
Reco'-iziingi tlie tui mh '. .T. Br iiion's ai trito saying that "You can fool
all of thie ijeI'ple .b"mle of | tilmel, and. sime (il :e people all of the time;
But You C('a't Fool -ll of the People All of the time,"
I propo(e to lshow yon. '-'olu need int lbe fi'iled at all in purchasing
youlr Dl)Ir' (io;.ii G,,rce Vt -il-iils, or Boat or Farm Suppplies.
Mv ex lei'ses ar l' verc. ~ y Iunildlings were all built witl a view to
ciiive ieriuci'e. ,.-itF t ": lQtlM icIial ,audliig of an extensive
f i n Iiien n n n nnAkl ilTT Tn ilW1


I have no profit-consnining rents to p'
the fnll benefit of all these advantages
Fine Water-Front and
Title only one remove from the Unite
PERFECT

..... --. ..e.. -- ---- -
STOP CRUELTY TO
I W &. Is6 w a a re


L-5_Jj. NOTE ITS
it wll post!:vely Protect your Hon
from FLIES, GNATS, MOSQUITOES
proves t i apiearanca of the coat
fly not. It also prevents THRUSH
to Dogs it will Instant:y kill every Fli
and other skin diseases. It Is the
resolvee age. Recommended by th
Price of FLYLENE: Quart cans,
eallon cans, $4.CO. Brush f;rnlshe
last three head of horses or cattle o
CRESCENT MANUFACTURING CO

FOR SALE BY L, Xl .
ST. .A.rT DIR.z
---nt~.Jru~~rra~Sl~W -- ~--- -r
Personal.
J. Menge came down from We-
wahitchka and was a pleasant caller
at thdie Uo office ytei- rl'y.
Mr. Hutchinson of Chattanooga.
T.:nn , I,, is vi.-itinl relatives of i is
name on West Bay, helped to cele-
S'.,.t, t i-lth nli ,n'i lis m any ai -
S :' t r ni ce- iii St. .\A l nl..''s.
i ,,.A. ,-,iett l'l MIi.- V .Je-.si :.2

Fl i r"e .' .t 1 i' it lf it;
^^^^^^^w^ .. r
n ,i i, -ir I t h .- mn a y fl i o '. , :
iiilt in i'.i.- i:. the ii "i utl a vi 'l
.hich 'l .*''it be re .'.*..v w viti sleas,.: t
n i i .!.'it-. .
t. '. L. ,1. \Wa'n an son, BIe-t
:eturnci from. their \Vorlld'a fair toiur
i st Fri:!avn i. n i.r ,
'riio. MEat; a!e(r ia hi mesteader of the
east ['nin:sn!a, who has been making
luite a lcngthiy say at Ilis former
hmine, Anka, ?iinn, l:)ukiig after
in-irperty inlt:'et.s there was a returl-
nllg pasisenger on the tessie P, Fri-
:lay. "
RI. L. Sea'rltt, ,) st in ia:t i' of
H(!a!i e Hill and pr"pri'it r of <)u sf
ithe finct hol(iin x. i;i \' ashihig-ton
county spent several days ilIcluding
the 4th in iSt Andrews atid ovidene-
dt hlisi gou j',!:. ~i.nt by being en-
rolled as a subscriber to the Buov.
iTe started for hoin vestey ry on Lthe
Nortil Bal y m.tii; ha rpic, Giarence A.
Jito. R. 5l, i.l)nson, rat iu 'ed front
neeti ig'witi tle now board of county
*omidssiionCers VWedinesday evening.

The County C(on iiss;iers
Have imae the tax levy for Waslh-
ington county the aame as laist year,
with the exception that five instead
of four months school has been pro-
vided for, and for this the new board
should, as they doubtless wili receive
tlieA-ha'tkrs--.of e 'pry citizen of the
county.
The time in wvi may be
killed was also chani, late from
July 1 to the last of -e-four
months.

FOR DYSPEP
Indigestion, and Stomach d era, take
IROWN'S IRON ERS.
Al dealers keep it, $1 per- ttle. Genuine ha#
trade-mark and crossed relines on wrapper.


W. L. DO LAS
83 SHOE TW'Bp.
Do you wear them? When next l need try a pair.
Best In the w rid.
5. 3.00s.o o
44.00 $2.50
$3.50 11 ,..q J2.O
FOR LADIES
$2.50ez $2.00fn


$2.00n 41.751
FORO -


If you want a fine DRESS SHOE, ada in the latest
styles, don't pay $6 to $8, try my $3, 3.50, $4.00 or
$5 Shoe. They fit equal to custom de and look and
wear as well. Ifyou wish to economlz your footwear,
do so by purchasing W. L. Douglas oes. Name and
price stamped on the bottom, look for when you buy.
W. L. DOUGLAS, Broekton, ass. Sold by
For sale by L. l. W W & C3.
St. Adn d z, I


illll[[Tlfll DUfCl^,
ay, and I propose to give my patrons
over my less fortunate competitors. d
Other Lands for Sale!
(d States Government, and of course
CT. N, W. PITTS,
iittsburg, Fla., Parker p. o.
---e_ L-~----i
ANIMALS AND USE




aERISTS
rses and Cattle from any annoyance
S and INSECTS of every kind, In-
and does away with the use of the
and other hoof diseases. If applied
eathat it touches. It cures MANGE
Greatest compound of this pro-
housands who are using It.
$1.60; half-gallon cans. $2.50; one
ad with each can. One gallon wlU f
)ne season. Ask your dealer for it.
S A-ar--n PHILADELPHIA, PA.

WARE %& Co.,
TVs, SF:IEL.A._

An Extra Session Called.
President Cleveland issued a
proclamation commanding the con-
_'r'e- of the United 'States to as-
semble in extra session at Washing-
ton on the 7th day ot August next,
in the hope to relieve the financial
-ituation of tho country and if poshi-
ble, avert the panic which confronts
'i,, n t i,;i: a.

us'ri'i.'j, | .i>>. 'ii tih Ij l U,.
'Thi. has been a bus. week at Pitts-
burg. 'Capt. Pitts with an able crlps
of workmen overhauled 'and recaulk-
ed the steamer Hattie. She is now
ready for her machinery, which we
understand the owner, G. B. Thomp-
son will cause at an early dny to be
put in her. Capt. Pitts also over-
hauled and repainted Capt. Palmer's
handsome yawl, Bill.
Capt. Palmer has gone on the
mail line witfi the Bill. ThiW will
be nice for our frienils up the Bay as
well as the traveling public.
Mrs. A. E. Bates was down from
her home and made a visit to Mrs.
N. W. Pitts as well as for buying in
a supply of goods.
Mrs. Ida L. Fay and Mrs. F. W.
Woodford of Farindale were in
Pitt.wburg trading.
All the little children from Donal-
soni point were over to get candy and
c'lewing ganm, as also were Mrs. Pell
and Miss EAtelie Donalson.
Well, don't you know, Capt. N.
NV. Pitts has receiveil his commins-
sion as postmaster of Pittsbuig the
Capt. has appointed !'. B. Bell. as
first assistant postmaster. Every
one trading here should have their
mail directed to Pittsburg, Fla.
Mrs. J. A Donal~iat will sooio oc-
cupy her ie'":- Mii:ne., Mr. Smith, of
St. Andrews will soon be through
with the chimneys and plastering.
Capt. N. NW. Pitts stated to a
gentlemen with whom he was talking
about the future of Plittsbunrg, that
lie (Capt. P.) would give, free of any
charge whatever. Lots for hotel,
school, church, printing office, court
house and jail Is there any owner '
of so fair a town as Pittsburg so
generous?
Well Mr. editor we are all enjoying
health and halpiness while in nutr-
Suit o I' N'TEIP IILS,

-. J Scientifio American
-.' Agency for
rc -. ,- ^,,^.f

**'t y- 3 -^


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STRA? MARKS,
2 .-C -CESi? PATENTS,
'-*-" COPYRICHTS, etc.
For informatiIon noe free Thlin.li u.k writ.' ti
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Very patent taen out by us is brought before
the pubio by a notice given free of charge in the


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world. Splendidly illustrated. 1M intelligent
man si,-''.1 be without It. Weekly, 3.00 a
year; .-i ": months. Address MUNN & CO.
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S lC. ,
'. T 1 i' at vali .


L. M. WARE.


iND. R. THOM'PSON


Pioueer


Store.


D E A I., E It 8 1N


DRY GOODS/

GROCERTES

TA RDW A RE,

BUILDERS' SUPPLIES


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


AGENT FOR



Balimore Twine aDd Net Compay,

ALSO FOR


StANr. uCHOO I f iETTlE

AND SCHOONE NETTLE.


Do You Want

mii% m ^^^ .JkJ


Busiiness


OR A




Location?
IF SO,


Secure uie or More Good Residence or Business





Or a Five-Acre Fruit Tact


IN PARK R;


FLA.


Being a PRACTICAL SURVEYOR, I am prepared to furnish

SURVEYS, MAPS -AND CHARTS
On the Shortest Possible Notice.

ASSESSMENT AND PAYMENT OF TAXES
Will be Given Prompt, Personal Attention.
CALL ON
W. H. Parker,
Real Estate Deaeicr.
Partler, Fa.


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PEOPLE'S STORE. WATCHMAKER,

b - FJEWEILE AND OPTICIAN.
Pittsburg -- FLA. A I iS LINE
REPAIRS IN HIS LINE.
N lTT IT Carries the Largest Stock of
N, W, T, PROPRIETOR Watches, Clocks, Jewelry and Spectacles
SEver Br1ought to St. Andrews. Also
I wish to ilnfor iln tihe zens of \Wa hiniiton andi Calhoun counties that SILVEWARE. Shell and Aligator Teeth Jewelry a s:pe-ially.
I have -Ad up a large and \ ried stock of Office at Geo. Russell's Store, St. Andrews, Fla.


JOHN T.PI


Cheap Cash a dRE A Y PAY Store!
t XARE KR, F LA.
SI will take in exchange for goods or cash all kinds of Barter and
Country Produce. And having adopted a Cash and Ready Pay system of
loing business will sell at the lowest prices my large stock of


DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, HATS


SHOES, HARDWARE, LAMPS, NOTIONS,


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


Fish, Fish Ro ani Oysters!

At the Very Lwest Living Prices.

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

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


I I I 1! 1 1_


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T!iursd~iv, Jul)v 6, !,93.

S T. AND hEW S
PRICES CURRENT.
(; Iti 'E II ,1ES.
;ugar, l&b Tea, lb
Granulated .... ( 6 He No....... 75
0'.tl;cA .... 16 Gunpowder.. 80
I.t lrun ..... 5 Uncol'd Jap.. 50
?i,,t 'e, Cond milk, T can
Greuii. .- 2-21 ,it-'25 Unsweetn'a. 0O@15
Browned .513i Sweetened. .10@15
.inger an.aps.. 10 Baking powder
ters, ~uda. 81 Royal ......... 50
tobacco, plug 30Illi Cll .,Inp l. .15 r.5
.~nisill- Canunil fi nit
l.uinLdii layers. .15 P<.lchI .... 20a25
Valencia. .... I'.a1.; T.,ti-J ... .0Oat5
lice ........... 7 Apples .... ... 15
& ,11,, s Pears ......... 15
Evaprtald .l12' Plums......... 20
i l .ilJ c-!.Lus Apricot ...... 25
3o0a Oil prga:i i.'-.o Strawberries.. 20
;n':olin ..... .-'1 Pineapple.... 20
lorida S i up ,. Canii,.l Meats
L, neo ......... 1.00 RoastBeef. 15a25
Singar..... .40 Corned Beef 15a25
h.'he-L' pr b .... 16 C 1ii ,I..- Beef.. 25
Buttr. ........ 30 Lobster....... 2-'I
Lard ...... . 8 Salmon. ..... 20
Le t,... ...... 6 Canned VY're,e 1bl.-1
Coio:iut ,kig ... 10 Baked B-. ... i
tiuit i'rd.lirni .. 10 Corn.......... t'
'Jell3. glas 15,a'5 Peas ..,-... 15
Sl.i,'. :uici- .. . .yvi, 'Rin . . 15
liEgg, I .:-~-,....1 ~ .
PROVE IsION .
Flour Pork
S N Y .... 2,8' Mess pr lb..... 11
Favorite.... 5.75 Bacon Sides..... 9
Corn Meal pr bu 75 Fresh ....... 8al 0
.Dat M.:.11 pr lb.. 5% Br'kf'st Bacdn. 12
,ornper bu......75 Ham canvassed 14
potatoes 0 Shoulders..... 10
Irish........1 .'0 Beef
Early v'e seed 1.60 Corned......... 8
S. t ..... 1.00 Fresh.. ...... 8a0l
Salt, pr sack... 1.00 Dried......... 25
Talle ........ 5 Milk pr qt...... 10
HARDWARE.
Knils. Der lb...4a4 Ax,with handil:.-l. I
Manill:a r i. -12 t ...I Hoes, each ... 35a50
StMie c.k,. ,'.i5 Copper paint, can 50
l'ip juint.l.-'.rl Linseed oil, gal. 80
DRY ;:'ODS,
Prints, per yd.. -us (-Gim-'l :iIt ..... 8al0
Shl i.. . . 7a10 FI.'.i, 1 L ...... 25a50
MNILlin ...... 9all Thread per spool. 5
'Jans. %, .'. ii, i Shoes, ladies. $la2 75
Ext r.a pa n t i:.I'2 -' Men's. .. $1 40a3 00
MISC ELL.A N EOUS.
Hay pr cwt. .. 1.,35 Uat pr bu....... 6b
Bran ......... 1. I Brick pr M ..... 8.00
Rope Sisal ... 10IIi 14 Lime pr bbl...... 75
FRUIT and NUTS.
Oiangis pr doz.. 35 Pecans pr lb.0... 20
Apl.l1 ......... .5 W alnuts ....... 25
Leuun . ..... 25 Almonds ........ 25
trawlierries, qt 25
OY.'TERS
In sht-ll prl,000 $1.50 Opened pr qt .. 15c
LIVE STOCK.
Horecs... $. .iNlA 1 Cows....... .$15;$-'5
M rles.. $. l1 li.l55 Hogs............ $4
cixen.. pr yokr .$51 Sheep......... .. $2
1"O1' LTRY
',ickcii -enecl l., Geese each... 45a50
STarkesV .... ial. 11 Ilwlck ..... .I 5al
LGAMNE.
V enisdon pr li1 1 I, r trk,. .... ;5:,1.li
FI SH.



.. .ili 1

H[ .art, 'l.i f gm l .t n; H . ', ) n .- i.00
Face .. 14.00 Face .. 14.41
Sap .. l12,1110 Sap .. 12.00
li op ,-ilinlg Cl.'.tii"ards,
Hie:rt 'fac, 5 1,, t..2 I P i n. p $I. ..$12.00
Sap 2.iJil i;i-i i- lu n-
'u>tff lumlr. .S-. la ) ber, d. $1 15.00
Heat lhingles.,$22.50 LatI. I,V m.... $2.00
Sap 1.50 Boat lumber,
dressed. a3


Parker Pr
FLOUR
good;per bbl. 4 40
1e bbl.. 2 30
best 2 60
Corn per bu., 75
bleal per bu.. 70
Oats per bn.. 60
S Chops, per bu. 70
Bran, percwt. 1 30
C. S. meal" 150
G UG. NO
200 t11t. s -k. 3 00
31ilk;Magoulia 10


ices Current.
Coffee,4, 5@6 lbs
Best do 4 l.s..
Rice, 12@20ls.
Beans, whi e 20.
Lard, per lbt....
Dry salt pork..
Bacon pdr lb...
Hams, cal......
Butter, best....
TIea, per lbf.....
Salt, per sack..
Hay } cwt, ....
Raisins, 1b ..


1 00
1 00
1 00
1 00
10
12
13
15
30
35
1 00
1 25
15


Uriw't'd I'1. Cheese, ....... 1
Rolled oats t' 5 Currants....... 10
Irish potatoes, per bu ..... ..... 1 20
S L; 0 .II MULLETT
Gran.i, l; I s 1 00 In bulk per bbl. 5 00
A., 11 lbs.... 1 00 Macker 8 0%
Lt brown,' Itl 1 00 Pompano 8 00
Dry salt sides 11
WH LESALE.
CaicKENS Beeswax per 1t. 20
Grown per doz. 3 60 "HIDES
Fries 2 00 According to class
Gophers doz 1 25 and quality.
Pensnuola prices paid for all kinds of
"' produce.

Geo. S, Hacker & Son,


CHARLESTON, S. b.

.MAN I FACTURERS


Sash Doors, Blins,
,~~~~ ~ uUll lllD


A N D
Building Material.
Window and Fancy Glass a
Specialty.
ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY
GIVE N



Express aid Drayap.

S. E. MASHBURN,
Successor to John Lutz will attend
promptly to hauling freights, household
goods, or any and all work entrusted to
him BagKgage delivered to any part of
town at reasonable rates. Residence on
Loraine avenue.


T


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Asd iiz I N of' its

Observance on the

Bay.


A Prl'rfet Day and the Whole
Event a Most Complete
Success.
Never dawned a fairer day than
ushered in on St. Andrews Bay
the one hunderd and eighteenth
year of the nation's independence,
and this perfection of atmospheric
condition was maintained until the
the last note of Prof. Greene's orches-
tra to which the merry dancers had
'Leen stepping -ia-kmunonipus measure
was lost in tui- sttillne,. of the mid-
night air, and the amusements ,fes-
tives and attractions prepared for the
occasion had passed into the histor-
ical record of the observance of the
great day.
The national salute, though not
remarkable for its thundering tones
was of sufficient force to awaken
every slumberer within a radius of
several miles of the demonstration.
The intervening time until 9 or 10
o'clock was employed in watching the
incoming sail boats, greeting the vis-
-itors who were to assist at the cele-
brati'n and awaiting the arrival of
the members of the Brass Bana whose
home is on the Peninsula and whose
coming was considerably delayed by
lack ot sufficient wind to propel their
boat with satisfactory speed; but they
reached the park at about 10 o'clock
and the exercises of the day were
opened by the inspiring air, "Hail
Columi.bia," which the band display-
ed no lack of ability to render to the
edification of the multitude which
had by .his time assembled at the
well-chosen grounds.
Following came a prayer and the
readi;lg of the Declaration of Inde-
ienlinlune by John Sturrock in clear
and di,-tinet tones. IMr. Sturrock is
a gool reader and cojmIIiai.-.l I ie
cl,...-C t a tc ,,ti.,i, .
The veraI l iat l...is f .,Il albai l ,
who had been invited all failed tc
1.ut in an :i'p.-ail'ince; but their ab-
sence was in a measure compensated
for by re:ulii ,4, recitations, a-blire-cu
etc., from some of our own young
people, who are in no wise deficient
in ability to entertain an audience.
We have not room to enter into a de-
tailed recountof the many interesting
recitations, but must simply content
ourselves with alluding particularly
to the recitation of Miss Hattie With-
erill and the patriotic address of
Master Edwin A. Emmons as being
especially worthy ot more extended
notice than is at the command of the
reporter.
The literary exercises were agree-
ably interspersed with music from the
band'and well rendered vocal serec-
tions by the choir, which had been
especially drilled by Prof. V. D.
Grrene for the occasion.
But the surprise and' gratification
of everyone reached its climax when
the hour came for the dealing out of
the barbecued beef and mutton. Never
was meat cooked to a nicer turn or
served with a more appetizing ap-
pearance and Mr. Swindell and the
young men who assisted hinm should
be awalided medals for being skillful
artists of the barbecue pit. The sup-
1l" was fully o.eial to the demand,
and no one could truthfully say they


were stinted in appeasing the appe-
tite, no 1 latter how keen it may have
been, for after all had feasted consid-
erable still remained on the boards
inviting the hungry to help them-
selves to as good as had already been
devoured.,
And now began the contests and
awarding of prizes, the first of which
was the goll ring awarded the Misses
Sheppard for the handsomest cake.
The feasting over, preparations for
the boat racing were in order and a
number of boats were brought in line
for the start; but the entries were not
nearly numerous enn'uihi to make the
the racing as interesting as it should
have been, and only enough to take
the plizes remained in the race to the
finish. Tli,'se were Capt. Ander-
son's sharpie, Clarence A., of Norti
lIay, the only skiff boat of the fist
" clinss making entry; Chas. T. Par-
ker's Little Jessie of East Bay' and
David Witherill's Edith of St. An-
drews of the second class, and Chas.
G. Armstrong's sloop, Rival of the
-hl,..il.-ir class, the Rival being an
easy winner, c(p lit in-.- first prize.


____


Th.e '; 'arvac., THe:rald, tlh editor of
which is a cIunty solicitor for Lake
county, says that under the law just
passed all justices of the peace have
jurisdiction in cases of carrying con-
cealed weapons. The fine is not
more than $111.i or more than ninety
days in the county jail. .Su if the
justices of the county have any such
cases before them, it is not necessary
to bind over to higher court, but the
fine or imprisonment or both, can be
imposed by the justice.

Chipley New s
Correspondence of'the BUoY.
Nearly a dozen cars of watermelons
have been shipped, from here this
week, and one return gives a fraction
over se'en cents per melon.
The fishing crazr has Atruck some
of onr citizens and they are leaving
home and family, friends and relations
trade and civilization, that they may
catch and cat, all by themselves a
a little in ud colored fish, three inches
long.
A debating club has been organ-
ized and on Thursday night the rival
claims of pulpit and press, were
argued until midnight; legal lights,
educational professors and common
citizens took part in the debate.
History, sacred and proulane was torn
to bits and exposed to view "all that
antd- those" parts which woldd or
could help the different sides. I find
it to be the case, that, when a man
declares that h l ie e lihas made no
preparation to speak, you may pie-
pare forI a cyclone uo' arguments from
hiin. The nlxt question! for debate
wil! be hanging or no hanging and
this a strange coincident. The first
question was civilization vs. nature.
the last was pi cs or pulpit doing tlie
Inmst good ;nd inov l th" :ext i: to be,
tlhe necessity of hanging.
The question has been raised, can
thie poll tax be legally collected by
force? A man having paid his per-
sonal tax and his real estate tax,
refuses to pay for a vote he does not
want. This question is puzzling a
a good many men just now and any
information on it would be thankfully
received.
The nation's day is likely to come
and go without any demonstration in
Chipley. Money making is a disease
of the mind, and where it is, we do
not find any of the noble sentiments
supposed to be in thb children of the
free. Instead of cli;l4iii,_ two dol-
lars for a vote, each citizen, before
registration, should have to read the
Declaration of Independence. A:td
any man llot able to do so has no
moral or social right to vote.


in.ll I ll -.till d i .o ', ,. 4,
t.:.. iii.I to u.lukv- i.l i'iul ~ulij gelding aled ~~r ted the two
l.i- '1 :u, ,iid ili.i: -.,i. ,, .. 1.i I, miles in 5:36. R ru is by the American
1i,,.,,..ii \ 1. l-. it i ..lik ,i the .. stallion Fitzjaines.
C, ii it ;it V V rt.,.,h, i-.. OI:L .A ugti l i .. .
lo', %. viz.: MR. C. Pate hwas a scheme on foot to
VOLNA B. SPIVA, of St. Ahlrw c., : construct five race tracks in Mexico, the
Hd 17551 for lot 3, section .JI, Ip. 2 s. r. first to be built in the City of Mexico.
1'2 w. The others will be located at Pueblo,
He names the following witnesses to Quaidlarha, San Luis Potosi and Monte-
prove his continuous residence upon and rey. To construct the tracks $1,000,000
cultivation of said land. viz. will be required. The object is to have
Win. R, Brooks, T, Kent, Wm. I1. Ad- winter racing, in which horses from the
ams, W. Adams. all of St. ndrews,Fla. United States can participate.
ALEX LYNCh, Register. United States can participate
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. A N TICE
LAND OFFICE AT GA'NESVILLE, FLAA. G. R.. O T CE .
May 27,1893. VWe take this opportunity of informing
Notice is hereby given that the follow- r sub s t e ne
ing-named settler has filed notice of hisin our subscribers that the new Co-mis-
tention to make final proof in support of sioner of rensions has been appointed.
his claim, and that said proof will be made He is an old soldier, and we believe that
before W. B. Lassitter, clerk of the circuit soldiers and the heirs will receive justice
court at Vernon, Fla., on July,25th, 1893, at his haid. e do not, anticipatee that
viz: r
CHARLES P. LYNCH, of St. Andrews, there will be any radical changes in the
Bay Fla., administration of pension affairs under the
lid 16917 for the east half of the north- inew regine.
west quarter and the west half the north-
west quarter of section 23, t 4 s, r. 13w. wou advise, however, that U.
He names the following witnesses to soldiers, sailors, and their heirs, take
prove his continuous residence upon and strps to make application at once, if they
cultivation of said land, viz: have not already doue so, in order to se-
Andrew J. Gay, St. Andrews, Fla., cure the benefit of the early filing of their
James G. Fow lr and John Craney, Par- claims in case there should be any future
ker, Fla., May ioogeboo:i, C:iipley, Fla. pension legislation. Such legislation is
Editor's fee-paid. ALEX LyNcII, Register. seldom retroactive. Therefore it is of
NiPCE' P" k'JiBLCATrIn. great importance that applications le filed
NOTIE FOR PuBt.iATiN, in the department at the earliest possible
LAND O i.- :. ,. ., FL. date.
Mav 7NOi h, i'. -. If U. S. Soldiers, Sailors, or their Wid-
Notice is hereby given that the follow ows, Children, or Parents desire infor-
ing naiied settler has filed notice of her nation in regard to pension matters, they
inte2tion to mia'.e final proof in support should write to The Press Claims Com-
of her claim, and that said roof will be pany, at Washington, D. C., and they will
made before H. B. Gaskin, clerk of the prepare and send the necessary avpplica-
citcuit court, at Blountstown, Fla. on tion, if th0v find them entitled under
July 251h, .1893, viz. the numerous laws enacted for their
LILLIE FRANZ, of Farmdale, Fla. benefit. Address.
Hd 18632, for lot 4, sec. 29. and lots 5, 6 7dei
and 1, sec. 30, tp 5 s, r, 1:w. W'I1U aU
She names the following ~/il tr
prove her continuous r.siden ohn Weddeburn Managing Atty.
cultivation of said land, viz: W ashington, D.C.
J A. Lyle, R. V.Deaderi armdale P. 0. Box 35.
Fla., S. T Walkley amd rke f
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a Ill :11 i n l l C, l iIl ,, ,g lI ,nl i ,I l,.W M I, ,.ANi

eari an II..tur evei al el.t t1a1ce. roero .... i li l .. N.I,, I. Ia, I H. l.tiW
,S Ii. itil lB;i..t:tt. -il .1SI. A n ifrea ,
Ct tWet id, were ep tl at tLit e al- Fi. .?ar lNl R F I L.ErII, lter.
vertise timie (4 o'clock.). This was NOTICE FOR P ICATION. CircularS w l
the only inc ;identof the a t, tile i LAND OFFICE .. 1 FLA..I LA L BUILD
Ilil'ssats.'. ufali...tion ats manifested and tl I N AI,3. r, 1 .LD R



after tie prizes had beet n awarded oii ,,is -.i,,lthefo low- Cutlery, uns, Fishin
l' il,.,nr eve al htr ,ing named setesttlere v li i., ,,-, W l dlotice of his. l. s



and annotinced it was too late for intention to make final proof insupport of
his claim, .. and that t. proof will be
correction, and no one regretted it made before W. Fs. La tsiter, clerk of the MUNSON & Co, Beltir
horse than the judges who had been circuit court Ai vr "-'ii. Fla', on August
too ssatoonf called to the stand, or the JOHa T.- MA L. f Point Wash-
officer ho had made a iske thefoow-in CutleryFla., isCohi
calling their too soon. Mi s Mari d 18,17namedfottler hand 2 of-section 30 s
Davis' baby of Parker was too late for intention to make final ofin supportof
.the first prize, and Mrs. Bobert NiR- ,
on's of Bear Creek, the is laim, and that proof wi
correction, a T no one rabyawardst the OLEX. LCI, cO..N ON & ti
ladies' rowing race was called, and
there were only two ladies who careden LAND OFFICE AT GAINESVILLE, FLOR IDA,)
to make an exhibition of their skill May 27t, 183. Point PENsh-SACOLA
atofficer who had madwere a miss tak Notice is hereby give that the follow-
ing named settler has filed notice of his
Woodford of Fardale and Miss intention to make. final proof in support to Place r Passengers
Adas of North ayCreek who, onthhe .of his cnlai and tat said proof will THE t
m I ulade befo, re W B. Lassitter, clerk of the Going to and from St. Antdrews Bay.
prizes in the order naby awarded; the first circuit court aternon, Fla., on July 25th
ladicontest resulting 'in a ticalled, andthe 1893, viz;Emf l PUBLICATION. m tl
JOSHUA make an exhibitionENGE, of Sttheir skill ay 27h,93. Andrews Bay. J A O A



f next varying by only a few seconds. Fla.,i hereby given th e foow-

in the evening, the tisse was iem- southwest quarter, and the southwest IS
Woodfordin social conversmdale and Miss inuatentir of the northwest quarter of sec- upporthen yo have the ready money
ploy i sc ia cnof his cla im, and that s aid proof will bew.



takingdams of Nvisitors whosehoes are in th e names the follosswing witnesses the Go hae with, you can save money
prizes in the order naed; the first c hircuits continuous residence upon and if you buy of J. Pitts.

f The refreshments on sale at the John L. Grant, W. I. Singletary, J. G. TURF TOPICS.
Scontest resulting in a tie e Gibne, Dunan Bouie, all of St. Andrews Bay.
stand were all disposed of before the Bay, Fla. ALEX. L Regster. Thefirsthalf of Stamboul'sgreatmile
e Hd'1679, for the east half of the south-d







in the brevening, the time was em- southwest quFOrter, aPUBnd CATION authwest tocktonct.27 was trotted in :01.
and thelproceeds together with those L.ND OurFFICE AT GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, John R. Gentry, the 3-year-old pacer
played in socirealized from subscriptions June 11th 1893 by Ashland Wilkes,ha reduced his rec-
taking of visitors whose homes are i Notic He nas hthe following- ord to 2:12.urchase with, yo can save money
amounted to $02.02. Fro this ing named settler hainuous fied notice uponand if ou of J T -yerold s tallion
there will be several bills to pay be- intention tomiake final proof in support of record of Directum to 2:19Y at Nash-
sidthe country, alady claim, and that said land, will be z:de vile recently.
S The reshments on sale at t before Joh .. G rant, W. I. cSinglerk of the circuit TURF TOPI.




l there will probably be a respectable court, at Vernon, Fla., on August 4t, Whenahealthyhorseisenjoying per-
ba c 1893, viz: fect rest his pulse beats at the rate of
altandcefor division between the band STEPHEN A EX. YPIVA, of St. Andrews, forty times per of Sinute.
a time or te breakingup of the dance A new and first class trotting trc1:01
church. 1. 72 fr lots 4 and section 30, p. will be built at Lexington, Ky., before

'Taken s a whole, the St. Andrews- He natles the following witnesses to another fall comes around.
prove L her continuous residence upon and La Belle, a G -year-old filly by Lock-
Bay Fourth of July celebration for cultivation of said land, viz: heart, 2;13, placed the record for pacin-
1893 i eae orn thu s Notice is hereby given that the folloAd- fillisofherag at2:2not long ago.
there will be several bills to pay be- intention to4make final proof in supportof record of Directum to 2: at Nash-
nhis claim, and that said proof will be made tll. reentl








sides th already liquidate; ut before todeath recently. H brk le failed
land the for all tifund tof the . T 1 FlaU. T to knitew and first cessary to kill him.
S(Hd I75 for lots 4 and 5, section 30' t op will be built at Lexington, Ky., before
taken as a whole, the St. Andrews" H na'es the following witnesses to another fal comes around. .





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Wer WEST END, ST. ANDREWS, FLORIDA.
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bnaI~Kllg'i~Iffipromllts ROUGH AND DRESSED LUM BI
Ankl all Kni of nIllmintsi OF ALL GRADES.
Having estal"l. .Ae -Itivself in the old
ishop on Co:l ic street I am po PARTIES WHO CONTEMPLATE BUILDING WILL FINI)
pared to do :, i:,lt. of blacksmith, i
wvagou and ,r~ .;, 1r V,rk t promptly and Ailvantale to Get Prices Before Ori crin tlesewh
at reasonable p ,'-. Bring yourU - U 1 TL, U
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nti ST ANDREWS BAY



Imoricltural an d Impwrov lt


0l4ms0oo ticatic3xn.

s
ORGANIZED JANUARY. 9, 1892.

The object of this Association is to Imiprovee lie country y ;.,jacent to St.
Andlrews Bay aiml to
Develop its Resource s as a Frit-Glrowinga Country.
To accomplish this the Association proposes" 1to Sell Lands ain tracts of Two-
and-a-half and FiveAcres to such parties only as will improve thell by the
Ereetion of Houses. Fences and guch Permanent Ilinplro\vellmentsit s'"will cn inh;le the
Tllue of each tract so disposed of, and particularly to
Plant them out in Trees, Plants amin Vines,
To the end that in the shortest practicabll time every such tract shlll lit a
Source of Revenue to its Owner.
'AS TO RELIABILITY OF THE ASSOCIATION.
The first question wlilhh will naturally be a.-dkeil will be: "Is this Asso-
elation reliable"? And thl answer to it is: Any person enimploviii thv As oci:i ,i n
to make iinprovemients may deposit an i;pproriinuiti. payment( of htiA e.~limatled cost ,
the same with any responsible bushiess Inill or firm liining liins ion lte Ban or in .
Bank at their own homne to be paid over only h nliu tihe associationon shall sati-,l'acto-
rily show that tlie improveimc t.i h ave lieen niie iicceordinlgr to aigireenliie t.
The Association will Inot only improve and pln it, Ibut watchh and c:ire fI't
all proprmt~ty-rtrsirr 'T~ai. iir.Iin~ Iii l'filrc.-I fire. lih honestt pill ,revrs
or daiages from any cause possible to bt.-l,,4, ,.r-l.m
Fiom a careful estinimte of' the proliable explji..,r,.. i.-.. .,j I'.'ru'iit
plantation in the St. Andrews Bay country n few finureles anrt given:
Price of;ana pet acre, say $25 to $.0; cost of t'lenrini., r-na $*ll: "o-t of pl.inlneg 1 t
year, say $30: cost ofcultiration each year hrleri:fiter, t'll$
It is-not extravagant to (ertianile tIht ia I-;Iare vinevarinl will on thei thirli
year, if properly cultivated. yield $200 worth of fruitit, an l ol' peaches nearly or quite
the same, while figs houild do even better tlhan tlhnt. 'Thrn, tli oun..gih perh'liups a little
longer, some of them. in .coming into profitablee' i ..tri'ig nr i -' lie imiiied pe;ir'. a ip uicols,.
nectarines, plums, prunes. niullerrieu.. olives, .li:tpan per.iiin.uiis almonds. English
wlinuts, Japai. chestnuts, pecans, and ,,itiia olher vRrieties ol' t'riits nil niiits. which
are almost certain to flourish lhere: wl ile orangess anid cilrus fruits, though not-con-
midered certain yield large returns flener thalin they' miss.
The Secrietary of' the Assoiliation will gi\.' oa.rticular attention tI Van-
swerhi'. lelt-r. of hiniql iry. nn11l the li',n w-ill in iti axiIwe'rs tio 'iirri-p imil>'h its .An-
swer tll i -it- iiiiiio u iski- ii .
& R E E 8 E L n 1" I -- iiti,, ii .. il; 1; I- <,,..Ii ,,n Easy
Termn i of' il':i rvm o' t : hl Iit i s m :l.',',, nl lI l l .. :, 'i < .-' I t t i irnoC is git 'i.
'hm1 tI1e w .:k :,.t.4.. ,i lcnC : "r'l I 3iPON P.i ENCF' SOLIC ITED.

I .1 ii .i-,, F la.


A EZfCTIONA{-L VIAT O.i J. JI 11 STER,

Of St. An T w .
Bay Country. he

Bay Country. i


We have made arranigeilrnts iy\
which ,we. can I'frnlish thlis fine .MAP
eoverinig a'lirlt-eighteen mile siiuaire
of turrit-.ry, inclhidjnthlie ('inciniinati
(Cuinpatl.y' tract, alsHo I Iarismon,,
Pirker, Cro.nianton, lid !mjat ill
country, for
By tihe.aid of this ii mlap the location ofl
band- "itrchascie of tie Ciiu-iiiinti
Company ean le easily asn~certainled,
or, parties malmy sellnl i h $ anii their
description and we will locate thoei
lots and rietllhin the Mall Iy miiail,
AddMS lrem 'Hi Io1'o,
St. Andriiews., l-a.


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Drugs,


Medicines,


] FANCY

Toilet Articles.


Prescriptions ant Family Receipts
CAREFULLY ('OMI'OUNDED.
St. Andrews, Fla.


PRIZES ON PATENTS, I1ic rF. '1 I 110 nlitiif l I l i iize. P, ut
__ tl.c l'"rs.s <';;iihl- (,'ii aIya:,-* .it'I'i i.
How to Get $2,500 for Nothing. l- I.i i,' .i ,,.,lt. ili.c ,
I pe ni in i. .-kll i e'rt, v ti l hi li 1 ti -el li
The !'iuerr has a Clear. Gift ofa ."ur.j ll tt Itlt' I. L ie Il ,i 'II ll i t. I-
Fortue eanid the Losers IuarV l"'e lr.iit.. lIe t ;i \u:'im t 'm e i I" It i.'\\ ii '.1 .l fI ...
Thati May ring Thentii Stil M,,or. ,,, 'i '. 1 Ii. \ : i 1 'li :' .;tilil -
\\'icild yo3 u like to make it enty- ll n I i- iu .i l ig illiat -:.f w il I. l
five huimi rel d dulla rs? JIf lyo wo':hlI, lltI \\. th I,,; witi li.it it. '1' -
eacl C c ll i fol'. IIe I IIi .i i tiE i 1t'- iIla I .i i lic i-
Iad r lill %ll w hat foi lllw.-, alid p Alu I l t.e, II .ll, o il t -i !,iv t 1la I,,
miav Li 5 ee a iVway to do it., i ,, Ir i
'1'm l N I l .i in : o' * m l in u t '- Iii :1 ii '
l 'he lIe. l itllnis C om pa. ny d v ot.u' -., .I. I '. (1. i ... . 1hi
iiulei atIteiitilii to I'atenith. It lias B [;ui ie .-ii'>tii V ti'. ItieI it a Nill,4. I
lihandlleidl thi sacii ?.a ol'al, icatioiis f r a ld nIer -evic- tin 1 I'l.-s t'l.i
iniiveitions, but it would like to handle h 'i"l Sa`'-s c,0i petition led neit
thmlsi.ail' b nim ore. T here i ilcnty ol i, i li, l Iil 'i,, .. le tIe, t e iii .
I lie lit a .sull tailumai l...lll i i to shm ii'
inventive talent in this country y, need- ,i. ,l iie., .rs-.n,lt .n "will ii, i:m !
ing but eiicouragemiilnt Ilto prodnui: itc v: i itli i he i th et ait v iime.
practical results. Thhat encunllIIag e 'I la in Ii m i i -1.. ius ariC'h- i
inenti the Piress ('lains Comnill i pro- i his Ilail, ,il~ lito I,, v bet
poses to give. ttr h,,\\ ti i ,rovt it I I:ll I ii IC mit.
Not soHard asit Seems. bi h.i -al e. e irt min dti,- it c ily
A patent .trikes moit peo le a aLn f'riii lie thlieilec ical Inlt of v' cv.
apiipalliiin ly li idaii ble. tling. T h' e ('e il ,' i ih..- iile.'l ahm t an iiiii ,,,-i.i
idea is thiat i an inventor in .-lst e itle a m iil i 1 l i, ..iii.h til' I be iw i'rtli
iattial genius, like Edlison or Deill: ialenlinl-. 'The ile l .etlter.Ol
lliat lie must devote years to i 'Ldel liit I i e Ii ti I .i. ir .'e1 s it
in complicated lmiechianical tiin ,ii. i.i mii: iilit.o / p l l:irity
iill1 that iie iiihist spendil a fciirtuiie it ii mill t', Ih l'' I4' 1.h'Pli li'in.,.
delicate txperinieoit [,b fo lie cr in li m ei l \lge t mit'-tiv-. lti /'k
a. lnew device to "- t 'Dh' it, I' -. lF .i ii'i'i '
cit |ieiIectiem ZAei.A l the v t its
C, i],nli c i0 S to dispel. e.i's ; ek i- lI l, e(( ; n..e ilnii re
tlo get iu o time lia ol u me f the l l pillic l ip lo -,.l i i' ai tI.m
clear-c co 'iprieih n u i o~il' the fact that Liit,,, Si, it,.".
jrf". not lie grei at, conlltIex, amli i'- AF.\li .s tlhe 1'ie.-, ('laimI ('.1.ii -
pensi.ive inventioni- that bri:ig tihe Ice't nt1-, li, n \V d'i Iurn. l .\l-
returns to their autliors, but.the ililtti, torlluNy, '1V- I' street, N. \'., W\V l
simple cheaply ones-the things that irgton, D. C.
seem so absurdly trivial that tha av-
erale citizen would feel somewhat
ashamed of bringing them to the at- For Malaria, Liver Trou-
tention of the patent office. ble,orIndigestion, use
Edison says that the :profits lie has BROWN' S IRON BITTERS
received from thie patents on all his
marvellous inventions have not been
sufficient to pay the cost of his ex- 0iltEdgeBargains in eal Estate.
perimients. ft the man who con- 160 acres ef chioce land. directly east of
ceived the idea of fastening a bit of Long Point on East Bay; halfI mile b)av
rubber cord to a child's hall, so t t t"t't ,.:; good, 4-room frame house with
S1-rooni aminex; out-buildings, shed1 et( :
it wohld come back to the hand when goo dtiv -we.ll; 5& or 6 acfes f)ced with
thrown, made a fortune out of lhi. .,oodl ipicket fence, 4bs ides coWR, lien anl.
senitent. Tline oiiodern wewilng ma- h-.. l: b- ;i mt 100 fruiit tries nd vines
chine i's a mir la-I of i giien iit- tl( jist' ru di to Ioar, i Price ".1000); or will be
hhe i a nir,. c" ing- h rntcd uiitil sold.* *
product or tile toil of huinretts o:
ri t i i hulred Five or more acres good fruit land on
11o1'k. brail's tl :fiimi h ii d m'etis r vI ,d nd n
I ty' brs, biut tlghe whole brilli antrl East- Peninsuai exchange for a lathe.
i I ra tiy e i; i ( cr or mdr o n 73 asnc c ; or
silt. res ts upon. tile simple deii e t i73 cres or m6re on atson Bayou,
silt. rest UOi the siti. ile d(e, ie i splendid w-at..'r fronts, numlnrous flowing
piuttinlg the eye iof the hecle at lie -springs, line location, story and a-half
point instead of at tihe other eCnd. hiuse 14 x 22, five acres fenced with good
S $1 .1 l .i. t <. (:1i; ... if desired.
(.1 pilaiatively Ifew people reg-arl i l ncedpartly plan ted ii
themselves as iii'venLort ibut aliios!, fr lit; conltorta!lf new house, etc., foim
v-inyi ,!y' li has been struck at oine mk's t'i rom! St. .\ nl,..., on East Bay road;
Ilile ,ir aliother, with ideas that .-eium -' P '-i. i .
*.d ':i';illiiitcl to r)*'lit e ,',l' ,fii' l l acre hbay front t west of W illett's mill;
little. I'ri ti.'i -,i l ol' lile. U 'lt.iaillc sui:i, t1 lfeet-. ,l'.vy 'rontage; imartly grubibed-
id e ha a re ; li.- ii .. ', \ i l h ..u l ll l l t r ic e 1 5 $ "4
I,,i 1, ii l ,I,.s i M ,iiiad ,n Laiid's M ill
S\\ i)y 1 li 't t ':i -d Cf p '\ 1 It 1 I1 1 Il i i l t I.oi
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thi s'.i ( ti 'i iim tl- I'' m
l,,n.c, a ,,,y." ^- -1y 1 i:
\ t w as III, ,,I a ti-it ina ,
Ilii.N ii e iaI thltin _in III iii llt [ I e
;. i'e ik. "lie ii \c'r liie: to-im-e rk ,'.vei
i ,',m- ,ii lie w imil, i hi \'i'.l.,i.'. .i lm'imm
S .11gl it t 11 li i l le i-mi 'ix,,."
S ** llanij, sinci h i colliiar' lii' !"
,r. !. .. lt iu lii li i l h in.". hls t' .i b cii .~ -
"'I(r. ll' I wrc ii l hl. bui li,.-.- l, I'
ii rt'eakli ot, Ir g'ige oult il.t .ml .!
i' imiV iIne k.
Arld ti l lil tie vtiolls slityli les foitr-
;,(t aboutt their grievances and legiin
1t. think about something else. If thiey
would sit domwn at the mnext conveni-
nlt oppol'tinity, Iput their ileas a;ii ut
car windows, sauticepanis andi collar
-blittos ito 'practical shape, and tihe '
a p)dy for patents, they night finid
themselves as indepeiindenitly wealthy
;s tihe man who invented tlie ir-ot
umbrella ring or tthe one mwiho patniet-
'<1 tle fifteen puzzle.
A Tempting Offer.
'o indtce people to kI,'p track of


A L .P.A E P A SL ]. E T T 0 thIleir lbriglht iiteas alid sec wliat tlher"
A AP PA LM E TTO is iml then, tle Pires-s Ulaims Coina-
Of theL ity of t. Anr'ws, Mattresses Brushes! y ls resolved to offer aprize.
Gottqu up with grlii, Cale 1.C T lo the Person who Submits to it
publisher, who ls sparedi nl e ..im te Simplest amid Most PI'ronlisil" In-
tb1. TlilLtr l -.1 iiL- I m11 4;i,, 1.' A LSO W' A LK I EMt aG C An.Hl I ,-)
ID prepail"re in I vention irom a Ca(menrcia i Poinit ',
St. Andr iews is it rea ,. It i Manufactutred by Viewt, tihe Coompalny will Give Twen i

OUR MILES OF COAST LINE, T 1 N tv-i ilude D)ll i Cas,
idt-Nn^l-i LmW-a re fri niI .t addition tt, Rlefilnmting tile Fees for
t'oint t, Iakin, i the Old TowI n .i i Examination tl[aI' e Secluing tihe Patent.
St. Aidrews, wm l ives 1'.cv tin 'in and Briislies will pr've thleiI i It will also Adverti.-i lle IJll'entiio
public l ilniness iel s, priivirk i'ci- ority over any l other material. 'are
d e n c 's ] ,,1V l . .i c.. i i , ,v I , i n p L ,r I ll F 1 0i
e lh .l'c ls.i the .i.]. l ,S ," a,,.lii- Call and Examine these Brushes and Mat- This ..,,i is ..,i. ect t> the .,e
ticii a tresses or Write for Prices. g coalitions: I very cm iti ,,
tin l t4I rtoe C'iac lim mamti ill \,m -) m ".' c I
lan4l, witi i l i .i.-. ii oi :... 'sil t'enc''ie lC loir nm ol th iofl P strflicr mIust obtain a l tent e tor his invention
ame. t iroughl this company. Hle lmu it lii't
'Thrie M1ap will Idw ownerIs ,rf 1I,t.S TT ply tor a1 prelimintiary -.soari, thel
iu thie city jit where th. a* 1.- .- U i.*st of which will be five dollars.
catel, and is of'valie to thlie ,c ink- .ul the sarcti show his devIice to
in of luvi. i r.lreI 'lty. Ix S'. A.\sir i's, le nnlllateltable, he can' withdraw
Sim. f, .iMp 30lu0 :Si O I'lc;'. AIii lo wear -ithout further expense. Otherwise
Til i1, Mf will s, i i,. thi.. t .;n HTITt :.0c will be expected to complete hii
adl.re.s n ti. h.. e,.ii.t ,I S -H I 1 ;i application and take out a patent in
O e i .DO L L u r mmway. The total expense,
0'-N E ID 0 L L A R Of 01 all ki ids andl ,sIles(: .ou) can including G.venm'lenm and Bnreau a
-- r wJil be $70. Fo', thiis, whether A
Haive_ th H ia ll tA | I) E v r-iure.i- Arp i usi ^ m i F
H c he, i.e.i.re .'ii lie seculres the prize or not, the inl- k
L:munldlidi iillhe t elit :-t ht, m\Vntr \ will Rlave a patent that onghlt
t,, lie a valuable iprtper-ty to him. The '
nmd iiWarinai(d )zkil s1ati.- ieetin. |'ix will be awarded by a juitry con-
-i-timig of three reputadlo patent at- (u'
,' 1,,1 P Illi'es of \\as'" ington. Iitendillg
I -' cupl; ctitors stsh,,iid fill out the follow- 4
nils.,Tnldra-lts, DeIsp Patentl, Coptighjts, V.D. C R E E N E i blank aud forward it with their
'An &a atesl buanema conducted for .g t h . .. ,.., ..r 'plicanil: .


MODERATE FEES.
ISfomation and advice given to Inveatouras thout
Onto&. Aadnu
PRESS CLAIMS CO.,
JOHNNWEDDERBURN,
managing Attorney,
Ba. 0. WASHTrGTN, D.0.
InThi Company l managed by a combination of
Ita IaWu and most Inluential newspaper In the
VAttAltUe ite r the express purpose of protect.
*It elr i alberlbe against unacrupulous
ad Inoempeteat Patent Agents, and each paper
aiBtnl thi d'vcrtlaement vouches or tbo response.
tgaraD bighatntdlng of tr.e. Prees Clalm Company.


SPANISH CATARRH CURE.
KING OF PAIN.
For Ct'ali rrl'h, C I(' nii is or Colds l orr, lihil is
A-tlihnn. lH .-.dache-. Spiains, Swell-
ings,. f l'ruilis .. Neurnlgia, Liver.
L'.inu :,.i,i int. 1i !-m:e mii] tit irl,
C: aiii :,n Colic', Tootli it'he. L)i.t h-
fHri., r L TIh:;-.lit. Price Fifl'l i.' ts.'
' .2in11 .l irLl -.tisliaction or we give 'vo
li,;ak v'iuir r mnone Call at \oi ir Lrug
Stine or .aplly to W1'. F. HALL,
Fori .~rill lIv I.ordsleurg, Cal.
DR. J J. JESTER.
St. A ndrews Fla.


I submit the within described invention
iln c'e.,i[.liitolul for the Tmenilv-fii'e hlii-
dred DIollar Prize offered by the Press
Claims Companiy. *

No Blanks in This Competition.
This is a coT petition of lather nn un-
usual nature. It is common to 'i ,f'fr
prizes for tlhe best story, or picture,
or ariclituctilral plan, all the compet-
itor.s ri.-killg tlih loss of their ll,-,or
amld the i. ...-:-sul one mecrely selling


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How to R acie St A.nmrew..
T he 1.-:-i, l I.' 1 W 111 0 II ',- hlic .1
'- iea.' l)i:ile tio nmi]t'. that a g.,:, i
1nal, people Ir, .1,k ,,r- toward- '1.,
A n ] a; a p, '.- ,eI w tilt r re',s ,i:.

.v -' '.. i .h thie |i ;: '. ay I-e reI'd2, .,I
w ill !.,e tu',iI s.,'-rthii a!ile' t Ih l '..,-
.it lmi:ig I; t, vi'it is. wlin, i:t t, ii c ,r
ir,:31" t ,he tlip. < t tt ,.- \v miu runt.-.
IllI'I l !li le' il' :m l' i il -i. 1-i:'-l ill 1 e
ilt tl er of eX[t' ,iii e. ( .'liiiii % \ iat M'l -
bile er Pcnlsnri a ai.e l tihe u mnif, tlie
itam ine T i' nlf (.'it anldI li e .SCl..ir iiei'r
Je"ie' P. aidl Net Iie iinlke regular
trips, every possible attention is gi'-
ll to. the coin' rt n Ina,- t' ies, and
with favorable wilndl the tiip frlmil
iPersaeola i's l ll;I .- in 'fri'im twI elve to
eighteen l hiis: or, t:ale tihe P'. & .\.
railroad t 'Peiisaeola or wherever els.'
you may .st ike it, 'for ill-y;: tile
ilistance from here to St. Andrews
overlanil ith a very <.oijd r, aid, is
'ty-two miles; a new livery filii i in
Chipley have put in service a line of
confortabhle, new ,hacks with gonm,d
team, the trip is made in n lie day.
and 8 tliy. re l arg.dl will Ile as reaq-
onable as circumstances will warrant;
or', write beforehand to lRolt. lnaker
ol' St. Andrews, who' e advertisement
is to be folun in thie Boa, inakiing a
date for him to meet you at Marianna,
Cottondale, or any convenient station
on the P. & A.; or, coming from tlhe
north to Montgomery, Ala., to Bain-
Ga., over the Alabama Midland rail-
road and thence to lVewalhitchka by
steamboat or a cheaper route is to
come from Montgomery to Eufala,
Ala., over the M. & c raitload a nd
by sieamer to 1Vewahiclika, where
a hack cani bLe founId to convey you
sixteen miles to Wetappo; here con-
nection may be made with the East
Bay mail sailboats, making daily
trips up and dowli the Bay; and
the passage from the head of the
Bay to St. Andrews will be made
in a few hours, affording a delightful
ride over one of the i ind-t bodies of
Water in th'e world at '-reill cost; this
route may also be taken advantage of
by taking the P. & A. to River Jnnc-
tion, thence to Gordon, W'waliitchka
and Wetappo. If the Wewahitchka
route be taken, dates ilay be fixed
aheaP with parties there for hack
to le in readiness at alln' time.




]ilie.. I im..e again r te thank nimy
otiRer o ur- tlieu liberal patronage,
:tm 1 I 'tI try TI lease th'I-in wiih


0 ITA -IR, Or M S
So call bi
UNCLE OCHABLEY,
Y0ou will Find him in the Postofftie
building at Parker, ready atall times
to Repair Your Boots and Shoes.


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The Edna Piano & Organ Co., Monroevill, Ohio, .A.L
High Grade Instruments only. Piano cased organ
a specialty. The accompanying cut represent our
TUPRIUGHOT CIAD PIANO OROIt.--
This beautiful piano model is certainly the acme of
perfection and stands pre-eminent above all compeU-
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THE ONLY ONE OF ITS KIND ORLD.
Beautiful in design, unequaled i f toneand
finish, and unsurpassed In solid tructUon
SFull piano size and proportion, pl
pedal, continuous hinge on lock-io music
rack, piano frets of the latest desi
carted piano trusses, etc., and unt p
cased logans on the market,bael t top
action. The lock-board is made
first section folding back and Ia
section, In which oin the hsm
S iano appearance.
section t ra
high top stylI
Storer in the
logues mialed on.
spondence direct t m
Induoements offered t all foreIgn -rae. ll
instrumnts sent on app rova and guara to
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EMiMONS & LYNCH,
Publishers and Stationers,
IHave tihe exclusive iale of these cel-
ebrated Glasses in
St. Andrews, Fla.
KELLAM & MIOORE,
The only Manufacturing Opticians in
the South.
F'l Peddlcrs are not supplied with these
famous G;asses.


Baker's Hack Liue
Havinig' recently purchased
An Elegant Hack,
Sam prepared'to C(arry Passengers to and
from Chipley, Vernon, Marianna and oth-
er points with Comfort and (< spclition.

At Reasonable Prices.
Parties wishing to reach the Biy will be
metby appointment at Chipley., Marian-
na or other points. Address
ROB'T BAKER, St. Anrdcws. Fla
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Rilpans 'I'.,' ,- c ,nie Ibilinusness
Ijpt :! ns Tab rles laiish pain.


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