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: November 16, 1893
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Saint Andrews (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Washington County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Washington -- Saint Andrews
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 27 (Sept. 28, 1893).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00073857
Volume ID: VID00134
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33065309
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ST. ANDI4EWS, FLA, NOV. 1M, 1893.

NO. 3.4.



enators- Hon'. Sani'tL Pasco, Monticello
16 on Wilkiiinsiu Call, Jacksonviile.
.epreseni.tlti.c.-1-lst District, S. R. Mal
lory, Peslnaciia; 2d District, C. M
iand Office-Register, .Alex. Lynch; Re
ceiver, Vilney J. Shipman, Gainesville
>jvernor-Henry L. Mitchetl; Attorne
'General, Wm. B. Lamar; secretary o
State, J. L. Crawford; Comptroller, W
:D. Bloxham; Comnrissioner of Agricul
!i, LLB. Wombwell; Superintenden
o' Public 'Instruetion, W. N. Sheats
'Treasurer, CB. Collins; Justice of Su
r eme Couiit, R. F. Taylor, Tallahassee
epreseiitativie, W. R. L;ainer, Chipley
C'.. ounti Judge. Win. B. Jones, Vernon
Clerk of 0iurt, County Clerk, Recorde
S of Deeds W. B. Lassitter, Vernon
"' A l.lerlif l. I nll,. llipley;Treasurer
.f-l-. UA biune, Chipley: Tax Collector, J
' W. Cravey', Ve'riion; Tax Assessor, A
S J. (;ay, Grassy Pl'uint: Superintenden
.o Public InsIIruc-tion. L. L Charles
S Vrnon; Surveyor, Thus. Collins, Chip
S ley.
justice of the Peace. W. G. Singleterry
S Notary Public, Deputy Circuit Cour
Clerk,- H. D. Hopkins; School Super
visor, R. F. Brackin; Post Master, G
B. Thompson.
ust.mistress, Mrs. Ellison.
?ostmistress, Annie R. Parker; Notar3
Public, W. H. Parker.
S 'otmaster, N. W. Pitts; Notary' Public
F. B. Bell.

o. tries, E. Mosher, Frank Hoskins
Postmaster and County Commissioner
2-"h'-' M. Croman; Deputy Clerk of Courts
S. rIT. Walkley.

Y,P. S. C.E.--Prayer meeting at thi
Preslyrerian church every Sunday after
jo on at 3 o'clock. All are invited.
i Methodist-Church corner of Washing-
.o< avenue and Chestnut street-Rev. W
d1. Cro iiian 'piator. l einchig at 11 a. i
itd 7:30 p. in.. every alt.-rntate 'unid.l .
Sey eenth Day Baptist--Meelt eS qery Sint
i. da) at II o'cloRk a. m., coriter ol" W\ood
jine aeiltue and Bau Viei\ stretrls; prlra
I' :ft citing same> pljiee verl.l Fri.lay ev\nini
f" t'teh a-ii-Chluinri cvi n -r Lorai t
iid Drake -tieet. RJV%-. C. .
,. ."B ^ (Clhristian) pre.mlhi.es jb ierinki
ion i\ery ulteruate-t und;i a;it i:3(ra
'ililic-Clhurch corner WiyVe.

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d: ,n tria. .d ..
: a`A idersuiit A jivLs t'S S t
drews (evct- Moiiflna; .W.dnebda- an
-.' day, a. m Returns- to "AnderTo
fme da1s.at 1:30 p ni.

,- .. /B. BELL,
tyotarv 'Pulic f')r the State at Large. 01
flee and residence,
OM...iON, L..
Not u-y Puljlic and Surveyor. Special at-
Stentiotl given to all Notaial business;
S-;so, to fh.Dr)rawing ut'Alps, Charts. itc
Pirker. Fla
atchmaker, Jeweler and Optician
;Office and satlesroontj in (Jeoi. R is
'sv s store, corner of Bay View anit
-' voting' avenues.
dre Florida

Notary Piublic.
and Deputy Circuit Clerk.
Office in the old real e-tlat. office oppisitt
B ck.i.r's store. Magnolia street.
SHonieopathic Physician and Ac
voucher. Office Pioneer Drug Store
corner of Shell avenue and Michii
gan frtreet,
St. Andrews, Florida

-6. A. R. NOTICE.
We take this opportunity of informing
l ur subscribers that tihe new Commis-
sioner of Pensions has been appointed.
He is an old soldier, and we believe, that
Soldiers and the heirs will receive istice
S\ athia hand. 'We do n&ft anticipate that
there will be any radical 'changes in the
administration ofpension affairs under tle
S new regine.
We would, Advise, however, that U. S,
soldiers, sailors, and their heirs take
fleps to make application at 'once, if they
have not .already doue so, in order to se-
S cure the benefit of the early filing of their
t :1 claims in case there should be any future
: ; pension legislation. Such legislation is
S- seldom retroactive. Therefore it is of
great importance that applications be filed
in the department at the earliest possible
." date.
If U. S. Soldiers, Sailors, or their Wid-
'owe, Children, or Parents desire infor-
mation in regard to. pension matters, they
shouldd write to The' Press Claims .Com-
:. pany, at Washington, D. C., and they will
prepare and send the necessary. applica-
tin, it' they find them entitled under
Ihe numerous laws enacted 'for 'their
benefit. Addresig.
Press la aims oT angry,
S John Weddeburn Managing Atty.
Washington, D. C.
P. 0. Box 385.

PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. Charter Harrison's Last Speech.
One Dollar a Year in Advcance The last speech made by Mior
----- arrison was thl response to a toast

E M M ON S & LY NCH at a banquet, the sentiment referring
Publishers and Proprietors. to Chicago's greatness. There was a
WM. A. EmmoNs. E. J. LYNcH. tinge or sadness in his tone as lie
Display'ad rates 50c per inch per month. ilWhen I was down at the fair the
Position and extraordinary condition last ti an a the agnifice
rates subject to special agreement.
buildings and surroundings I could
A Sister.to Him.. not help thinking how quickly all
N. Y. Sun, 4the grandeur will be g one."
They walked and rode and dallied
The whole long summer through, added:
They disagreed, then rallied, -It has well been said that it is
And soon were friends anew. sad to think of the exposition and
He called her Nell, and the him Ted. its magnificent buildings and to know
/And they were jolly chums. they said. that not one of them will remanhl. It
They spent long days in boating, has also been said the that history of
And fishing near the shore, 'the fair will now be wrihtlt. Itls'ef'ect
And oft their skiffv went lNhtiw3
And oft their.ski t f i has already gone abroad 'and has
Midst lily pads. Nell wore
The drooping bl ossom, v white, broadened, widened and, deepened the
The drooping blossoms, .dy.ey white,
.Tucked in her silver belt at night. admiration for Chicago. We have
met here people of all nations and
Sometimes fair Nell flirted
With other happy men, singled with them as men. p e
And candidly Ted blurted: / found that they all worshiped one
"I'm dead in iove with Jen." eternal God." ",
Ane each in each confided when As the last words spoken in public,
Affairs were waxing tame again, the friends of the mudered mayor

And then Ted left for college will cherish the sentiments here. ex-
One day in early fall, pressed.

To gain maturer knowledge
Of cricket and football;
And on the porch he stooped and


Now don't be shocked, Nell was his sister.
He May Be President.
Atlanta Constitution.
My Tom is home from college,
Ez slick ez he kin be,
An' knows ab .ut or hundred times
More'n Sarah Ann ei me.

He wears er standing' collar.
An' necktie solid white,
An' says them 'ssiety germans
W uz "'simply out iL-.'ht."

Government Ownership of
Farm, Stock and Home'
Prof. Sering of t}ilini, Germany.
vas recently seni to tlis country by
his government to study and .report
upon the agricultural and ind trial
conditions here. While in the office
of this journal he was made to ive
up much information about h's
country wHile getting much about
this one. -
Thr ,nly iinmtt we lia\e ,:cit. ,

La. bhe aint' hall t.z lshi'ul letfe to at pie.ent, hl ,\ever, i, t tl
A :all hi bros lruth, ciiCriii rsi lie rail iad,-, ,if tlhe ii, -
Aii' sniol kes thvse ci,. L.', :ttses m an it-I n i ,ile, tiox iw -.1 :iid '; .-la

Like .i.lt f-Ill. rs Juz. es iy g.,erni e-i.t tti, .i:ail ',r el
He's ib und to clinic th. lIadl-r largely ., as tli, e are .,nlv ab.-.i 2.-
SAwa up purity high. 1.1111i)miles et wi-ted by privately p tite
A1Ani stiort ,e t ho e e president (.,, e ilunt.nlt ut nelr.ship otf railr, l.-,
Same da.n..l 'Dspect. er try. was sec the.t te t i

'ltI)ea.nct Coninients Again. Ile, ai0tlhtrt the e expe ieice .f itsuel
Co eipii lO't thi Pr U -iai hip is now twelve years hIJ.

d UIg 'ly e.ito1s may rej.. bi e th i, c-uintry. pJ-.fitel by tlih i' li iii-
-caus inih r, it,." -iipa ls; but t;L- y iI:,thei. in idetiel tr.e I f ii atei % o w IM l-
S 1.'ilIJd iniut l.orge-t that w hen their shii,. N. \ .. thi is il e...
by iies are rotin i n-ll thle grave. atInd l rna le.ilati'i, : d
the-ir m nis- re wi thing i n l the ti- t l e-.n dih.s u in in tit? L:.:, l .:. l,
itments t heil, t at that tie ll I of n t e l < -.iia -; r: ilr, ad ad(g ini ';til.I -a ,,1
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will go l\'i "edil s- on ua til th., de- ti :,, untr-%-'t.i ,, fi t l :v>. he uiNN : il '-
. a d all all iliWe entire Nl S' sinha1, i raised i i n r Iit a iret i L
c ve rcI tme .i t tie il stell lriates l I,I
S Now.,don't the fact that these ierI- L,. ,,eI la ey ,eIIcel, it.le..
zeaouis refortmers are in such a IIhurI-iry thli pud a LiiiLs ..II i.. ,,.
to cin'sign all who don't anl cana' the ,ei ie r,.pl,,nin f I l
[ilie ,-e1-11
agree with them in l this imlatter I siki. t, i,,Il n ,ii. -i 101. 11
Sunday aulnd ot.ier religions lawu s to ch,, l,,il rfti ,,,l ai , i ti e paid i
. the trmi enits lof the --ourthl dox" hell ,,t' lillng ant' there n, w e, x', a
prove plain enough that lit e nation. S i l~n, of $..riII. iin.i, and t ill 'Ui r-
safest plan is, not to truht these .same i,-. l '..i tion .f rtes u ill foI.ht, r
reformers with power-e.specially le the ei taxisbe .-e i fir. t, tit-
power to pnll.hh heretics"' p.lcr 'te relief. lBut,'" *.saidollte

Sweet. Potato Vines for Seed. P.e ...s.enithmia icall., ethle li t
A correspondent in an Alabmna paiJ t tflie sylstein is -t lie cQmilete
papei says sweet potato-vines may be abolition of discrimination. 'All men
successfully saved for seed by cutting 'are treated' exactly alike; no one
them from the hifl before frost comes; shipper has any advantage over an-
Sclip the leaves off and spread them other.. Were there n : other advan-
Son an elevation sufficient to insure tage, even if ni any othe'i respects the
perfect drainage; then over them present system were not so desirable
with dirt enough to keep from freez- asthe old, this one, with its : ven
ing. In this way he- always has an handed justice to all, would insta.tly
abundance of plants -as sooniu the silence any demand that might 'e
spring as they can be planted, and made for a return to the p;ri-a e
t. thedalnger of rotting by which seed ownership." Arother striking ad-I
Potatoes are often destroyed is entire- vantage of the present sysiemI is that
ly obviated: Ie has practiced this no unnecessary roads are built, a sur- ,
method for several ears and has plus of milage fori the people' the
never failed of having an abundance peopletto pay tribute to is avoided;
of plants as soon as he could use bit roady are built in portions of' the
them. It is itorth trying here on empire where private capital would
St. Andrews Bay. not invest t, but the govern gant can,
afor the aggregate earnings of t1h4
-Ocean Telephony. e roads make it profitable to give lo-
lyhe day is not far off, asserts the cni u sa o 1el ha t
Spingfield Republican, when spoken calities roads that would else have to
words will be transmitted along the o i
bed ofthe Atla tic Ocean between He Had Noticed It
Europe and America. That this ex- N. Y. Press.
tentiom of the field of the working The l hands of the clock were point-
telepone is merely a -question of ing to 12.
time, laymen cannot doubt when so "Have you ni-ticed the clock?".
distinguished an electrician as Pro- she asked, ya wingg' -
fessor Silvanus Thompson, of Lon- "Yes," he said; "it's the same one
don, in his address before the. World's you've always had, ain't it?"
Fair electrical c congress asserted wNith "Yes."'
calm confidence of the man of science I noticed it the first night I came
that "the means for attaining ocean to call on you. It's a very nice
telephony are within our giasp. one. i9

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"CONT1 LTDn. ] ceeuing is tiel! our iorr.po'r are tnem
Sinfire ha. jIi !l-t't ni-. otf the co:,l:i uiuit y aO U d r!tb_,ly ani
She did n,:i t it.y, I..,!i', a 1 do n-:: t he m t zealh.is f those whIoareclat
know that either : s: :iijr~uch, but it ing to have tlhe villainss gauglit. T
has made a great dil.ri-r:uc S ,itr have shown suth colapetat know
ed abruptly and swiflv,' i-bu.t-althy .I of thu LocSitti-f
ophidiai. rooveumr lh tp L i',,uehwli r' .th d- -
minded me of raprani. All the flush ended on, they have made so few :
and themockery and the brightness were takes and their success has been so
gone out of-her face, which was ivory form that it is difficult to suppose tl
pale and with a' sort of rigidity in its strangers, unfamiliar withithe groin
beautiful lines. All her life seemed to This hypothesis being granted, it foll
be in her eyes, but they did not flash that although our task is made ha:
or sparkle. They absorbed Light and in one way it is simplified in anot
gave none forth. On the one hand, they will be able t(
I was sitting in the big armchair at range their attack with more certa
my writing table, and before I could rise and confidence, but on the other
she was at my side, and her hand, light- shall be able to play off with them a
ly pressed on my shoulder, kept me of strategy that might else fail of
down. I put up my hand and took hers effect. Let ine explain.
in it. Pr.ii ntly she half seated herself We are in the habit every summe
on the arm of the chair. She was breath- making a party to go to Pebble lake
ing deeply, but for several moments she camp out there a night or two. -The
did'not speak. Her hand was cold, and lies some 10 miles to the southward
its grasp upon mine nervously tightened is surrounded by woods which i
and relaxed and tightened -again with- stood beyond the memory of living n
out her appearing to be aware of it. 1 In former years we built a small log
had never felt her so near to me. I do there for the ladies of the party or
not mean physically. I felt as if we refuge in- case of storm, and we- c
were living one life. tents, cooking apparatus and all 01
"If I am mistaken in you, tell me nowl" paraphernalia with us.
were her first words. Father bought the lake, with the
rm idn.li-my dl1r a +, ,

I looked up .and received her down-
ward gaze. I don't remember making
any verbal reply. We were in a mood
to speak without speaking.
Suddenly she began to sob. "Oh,
'how helpless I amI" she moaned broken-
,ly and passionately. "I meant to make
himl piy tihe- utr i'n-.4 ,rt'.in I pr.mii-
is.-d Lny-elt! I -w.:,;~ it! W hy did I
ever s- v Y il. He is y'our brother i',.
is y -'urr br-_,thi.-r!"
"1 h:.ve ini brother, SinEre," I said.

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-- She tA,, i "f" ,niin- aind
Pf rested t fi,'," ,.. "I did not
hknow I n-as ,n ing heree" she snaid aft -r
a oi n I-el I' w he-r breath. "-You
seetieit-l t-an.ld r lan .l- 'Id don't ee hb._w
y ou c-riAl. thlir.uh," L- br.ke off.
"CB/auit I know hii. aud love you,"
sal.1 1. -'
At the la'r :wonr,-.. ,."Ikc-u with all thy.
miIeoin:,r of a ma'U. 1h-i- c:leek-s fl.i!- d.,
an'd 4hat st:r.ta t'fe-rir of Lbtinig one
with her &-enied fr':r a mi O'e-nt to l:,ecore
absolute. But no; she st..,i-l back with
repelling hands nudi i' al: :. it. not wi-h
itl I canniu't 'bl-.ar it!" F' was trem-
bling, and no tcondmler-standing betwen-u
love and bhat.!
Srnimething- sivee-t,. but t.:rribl -, l..i.: i-d
in my he-art. A v%-il v.:.3 withdrawn\
from -i'yis. and 1 saw m6y way clearly to,
the enld.
It is decidedly irritating 'to be laid on
one's back in this way just when one
would most wish to be more than usually
active and efficient. But the milk is
spilled, and worrying will not restore it
to the pitcher. I must keep quiet and hope
for better things. At all events I have
abundant opportunity to indulge my
hobby of writing.
The topic of special interest at present
is the burglars. From information we
have received, as the newspapers say,we
are in a position to state that there is a
probability of our being their-next vic-
tims. No doubt they are a skillful gang
of rascals, but even an amateur thief
might operate in this neighborhood with
comparative* security. We have two or
three infirm and erratic constables to
take charge of 20 or 80 square miles 'of
territory, and the facilities for escape
and .concealmentafforded by the topog-
raphy of this region are all that the most
fastidious could desire. Accordingly we
have seriously made up our minds to de-
fend ourselves, and not only that, but if
possible to bag the burglars into the bar-
The Cedarcliffe estate is two or three
miles in circumference, and the surface
is a good deal diversified-rocks, woods.
ravines, cliffs, cultivated lands and gar-
dens. The force available to guard this
frontier consisted of four persons-John,
Henry, Tom, the groom, and myself-but
my own involuntary defection reduces it
to three. Still with proper arrangement
three ought to be enough. Sinfire wants
to come in, but that is hardly practica-
ble.. She would unquestionably do her
part, however, should any chance bring
her in contact witjh-ie enemy. She not
only has no fear, but she is very clever
in suggestions, and in fact it was she
who first proposId the scheme which will
probably be put in operation.
The theory 'pon which we are rro-


o ar-
a bit
d its

r of


irunuiu.ng wouuoianl., at Lte time Or our
first settlement here. Perhaps he intend-
ed it for a fishing preserve, or possibly
his motive was merely aesthetic. At any
rate, there it is, and there is not a pret-
tier sheet of water within 100 miles. It
is about 200 acres in extent and remark-
ably deep at one'end, where Mount Sa-
chem descen.,i, rocky and precipitous,
sheer into the water. At the other end
it is con paratively shallow, and the shore
slop.-s gradually. Pebble lrook enters it
at this point, and Li its banks the log
cabin stands, commanding a view of the
wh',,1., sTiretch of the la'i. and of Mount
Sachem reflected in it. The -ahing is
very good, for the place is so secluded
that few people find their way there. 1
have caught pickerel there 8 feet long.
Of perch and bream there is no end, and
there are very good trout to be found in
OR ebrook. The shooting is also- ex-
&9n .i seaQnOn.: Onllast ,.y.ear.
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^ .1eis^1'iP^n -ui KgI fl B--E3- I
b 9 Iy o ot goig oiut th-i-rr tLis 81unmerba-
-fore the ofhrgtis we.ue heardd from, and
John had been looking forward to it with
particular r good will ;.b't. as he remarked
a ni-ght or t\--o r-,;o at the dinner table:
' "No us- thliinkn of that new: Those
felt-.'.--s would be sure to hear of it; and
thvy'.i 'ive the hou-ue on:ted before we
conl.1 ..t ba,:k." .
*.',I ..: w e Cf.i ci catch them before the
sL T C',t,-'.: ,:,v.,'L' rt- ln,!:lk Henry. "And
pfl-r';all it r--il 1 ,.e" good fun hunting
them as itaTh'lig de,-t."
; "I'm re 1 Li; y:ili will'let the police
!-at~.:n,1 t.. 1 tl. it." I,11 im other.
"Let i ,i'':t-ii.I t ';....nd al then come
.bacl: and si-urpris them," exclaimed Sin.
"By (. t:r :.e ar :,.1 i.,:.!; criel John
,Th*-' ..nly tr.'.u' '! :- w .ull be to make
sure they I ..h,-i.1 .',e v.-re _going We'd
be c, t tri in ,t them tlieu."
'iTL: :;*:-,' y :.in .:h," r'.:..i;i,-d Henry
"I'e e al a ; '-,:-l t hL t they are ul tive
here -.:.I to the ,o-'u:i :r .,rn. I'll teU
you l .-.. t. ,".).) i;. D iv.- iito the vil-
la-ge anl i al...- it in t!' "- '*. bu: inh -a
while I.,t if thiiin and I -.tting every
bo lyv 1:r.i..' tl; t v.-: ar. gi.'i out to
a"linm p ::t t!, I.i i. i t (_ _' -t.i't in v''. G ive
the n0j-v : t -i.- t,: -io r,.-.. thien ll -..d up a
.,uple ,-, v\~.,i i n .l .hiv? ,,if jun t be.
toi,,? un -,.-t. -_i.it'Al!_ ;aud I. wi:n': ,h lrns,
so as to leave no doubt in the minds o,
.their spies if they're on the k alook
rhen back again after dark with .
shooting irons, and it'll go hard, but w~
see -some fun!"
"But what do you expect Sinfire and
me to% do?" demanded mother in some
consternation. "Spend the night in the
woods in a wagon?"
"We can arrange to have you go quiet-
ly and put up at one of the neighbors',"
"I want to be here!" exclaimed Sin-
fire. "Let me stay in the house."
"My dear, you would be murdered in
your bed!" mother said.
"'1 shouldn't go to bed," she returned..
"Ilshould be perfectly safe, and I might
be of some use."
"The house doesn't need ventilation,
or you might shoot holes through the
doors with your derringer," said Henry.
"I should open the door before shoot-
ing," said she, laughing back at him.
"Otherwise I might happen to hit John
or you!"
"I wish you wouldn't all talk in this
way," put in mother seriously; "it
makes me feel very uncomfortable. Of
,course 's out of the question that you
should stay here alone, my dear. And
none of the servants would dare stay
with you, or'would do any good if they
did. But really, John, I don't approve
of the plan in any way."
"Don't worry, mother," he returned,
good naturedly; "nobody's going to get
hurt. We shall use our revolvers just'
to make them stand quiet and be hand-
cuffed, that's all. I don't suppose there
are more than two of them, or three at
the outside. And we shall be a match
for any three men in this county--eh.
"Who shall go and lay the bait in the
village?" I inquired..
"Henry has the best rift of the .ab,"
relied John. "and 1 cail so with hI=. in

Only she and 1, however, commanded
the entire situation-only we knew the
inner secrets-but the talk never touched
on or turned toward the hidden things.
We spoke on the surface and of it. 1
confess, too, that I do not altogether
'comprehend why her interest in this
affair should be so intense. What bear-
ing can she suppose it to have on her
fate? Probably it merely relieves the
strain of other thoughts. Indeed I can-
not otherwise account for my own ab-
sorption in it. As for Henry, it amuses
him, and he may have othbtr motives;
there, is do telling. He may intend to
captivate Sijjfe by some deed of valor.
-John is 'tby l i peachably sincere
one amoit us. .- a wants to capture the
burgla,.rsand '1at is all. It will be a
clever.thihg. :too. and he has the tem-
peranirnt to enjoy it.
The next day we began to put our
"schule` ,it. operation. Tom drove John
tdf jin..the. farm wagon, I ihald
i. %i thBh1 em L sonie
singular twinges in thy right leg from
the knee to the" foot prevented me. i
thought I must have rheumatism and
deemed it best, in view of the coming
adventure, to run no risks. Tom has
not yet been admitted to a knowledge of
the whole of the mystery. He believes
that we are actually going to the lake on
Friday evening, and this persuasion of
his will greatly increme the spread of

How is This?
Chicago Heraid,
Secretary of State Walter Q. Gres-
bam will go down to history as the
first member of the cabiiinet who be-
came acting president in consequence
of the inability of both the president
and vice president. Monday, July,
17, President Cleveland and Vice
President Stevenson were both out
of the country. Mr. Cleveland was
on board the yacht Oneida, sailing
out to find deep-sea fishing off the
ceast of Massachusetts. Mr. Steven-
son was on the steamer Corono, tak-
IIIg :a Pa-ific ocean- ,vyage Iroun San
Dieg, to Santa UBarb;ra. C'al. Both
werre noie' than tliie. lmai ;lne lt.agnes.
(r Nhay tIe. and a hall miles, from
si ore, which is the limit of the juris-
liction of tlhe Unitel State.i.

Figs And Thistles.
Rani's Horn.
A covetons man cannot own
thiiig,. .
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.Atou'r i. ,vhen' no eloatds

any -
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are to be

The trouble \vithl the man who
know-, nothing is that he is the last
to find it oit.
No, lnanl really loves right who is
.not willing to espouse its cause and
go into battle.
There is hipe for the man who han,
Il.unJ. out that there are many things
lie does,'t know.
The inan who ,it. ,rlon.ahd wait.
f,ir sm-ilethiing to turn 11u will need a
a cus liiun for lii sat.
When a woman throw., a stone or
lives a :nail she. doe- it- a., though
her lil' e depended on it
l'helie is this difference I.etween a
wi-f rimani and a fool: A fool's mis-
takic tnev'er teach him anii ling.
It is tile Iman who live on corn
'.'i-aa at ihome who findl tile mno.&t
tault with pie whe-n i s.

SMarriage Rules.
Let her meet him with a kiss-not
a frown.
Let each realize the fact that they
ante on0.
Let the husband frequent his home,
not .he'-club. "
Le} him assist her in ieautifying
the h Ae. -
Let /hei, -inot 'narrate Mrs. Next
Door'-' gossip
Let h.eri ot worry him with petty
Let '.flii speak to his wife-not
"sav'" at her.
Let her mxnake home more pleasant
than the club. -
Let her symathize with him in
business cares.
Let him be as courteous after mar-
riage as before.
Let the latchkey gather unto itself
rust from disuse.
Let her dress as tastefully for him
as for strangers.
Let him confide in his wife-their
interests are equal.
Let her not fret because Mrs.
Nieghbor has a rich dress.
Let her hnme mean love and rest--
not strife and noise.

At the present rate of increase
their \1il lbe 100,000,000 people in
the United States in fifty years'

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Several Pocts:. :'
Good cb(?ih.:'r I' hinilrainoe It bfu. l '.
T'he eciret of success is cmi.la,.vcy *4f
Where there is iuchli \light the.
shadow is deep. ,
Many children, timna caresi; ni.';
children, no felicity.
Melliecrityv cu I.tulkl but i i is *t--.
.. 4 ,2
genius to observc. .
ThosNe we call the ancients o,' e.
really new in everyJhing.
\ jiat is -inid? nit+ul r.
\Vhat i.s matter? Never Alimt.
F ,ith furnishlie.< pi yer W ith iA. : ".

iioHven.t which. it ca .

Progn ess is .the al1i1ily of t ':.
and tlie assurance of to-morrow., t
We attract hearts'by the quail;n-
we di.splav; we retain them IbyI
qualities we possess.
The intoxication of anger, like
that of the grate, shows us toothei's,
but hiides us from ourselves.
A man's ow if ming is the
best. security against other pei+pl's
ill m liners. *-
Self knowledge is that acquai:,t-
ance with ourselves which shows us
what we are and what we ought ti.
Show me the man who would go tOl
heaven alone if lie could, and I' wi'l
show you one who would never be
admitted there.

His Good Point.
Anxious Mother--"My dear, I am
afraid that young man y:i ni -Co e-
gaged to has not the dispositiI it h
a gnod husband He seems very
hard to please."
Pretty faughter-I"Hard i
pleae? I shoul say lie -wa.s. lie
never though of marring aliybody un-
til lhe met ime."


fMPMF9r-'1Jr .,!, c;- -': .. .
1: 'n~el l i washer a timeliu-th: '- '
tory of our conrttry'wheln the detraand '.'
fotr inventions a' ) improvements- in "
the arts and hcienies generally \ias so
good as now. The convenience. ot
mankind in the factory. 'a ul work-.
shop, in the household;, dn it" 'i'Arn,
and in official life. required ctntinual
accessions to :he appur'teannnce and
nimpl'lements of each in order' to savl
labor, lime and expanse. The pli-
tical change in the-administraition of
govertnient does not. affect "'the pro-
gress of the American inventor, who
being on the ale t, and ready it per-
ceive the existing deficiencies, does
not permit the affairs of governini~t
to deter him froin quickly conceiving
the remedy to overeolue existing dis-
,crepaniies. Too great care cannot
be-'-xerlefied in-hoosing a competent
and skillful attorney to prepare an)l
prosecute any-application fora pat-
ent. Val-uable interests have been
iout and destroyed in innumerable in-
tances by the employment of in-
6buopeteif-.ounse!, and especially ia /.
this advice applicable to those wlO6-
adopt the "Nb patent, no pay" 'ys"-
tem,. Inventors, who intrust their
businesss to these -kind of attorneys,
do so at imminent risk, as the breadth
anl strength ot thd patent is never ,
considered in view of ar quick en' .i .
deavor to get an allowance and ob-
tain the fee&.ttendtne.. THE CRESS
derburu, generall Mlanager, 618. F
street, N. W;, Washington, D. '.,
representing a large number of im-
portant daily and weekly papers,, aeas
well as general periodicals of the
country, was instituted to protect its-
patrons from the unsafe methods
hel'etofore employed in this line of
business. The .said Comipany is. pre
pares to take charge of all patent
business entrusted to it' for reason- :
able fees, and prepares anil-prosecutes'.
applications generally, including
mechanical inventions, design pat- "
ents, trade marks, labels, copyrights,
interference, iffringements, v:alidity
reports, and gives especial attention.
to rejected cases. It is also' prepar-
ed to ent.r into completion with any.
firm in securing foreign patents.
SWrite for instructions and advice. -'
P. 0. Box .38.. Waashingtgn, D. 0. .

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NoTE.-It must be re. embered that the "
wind is not a wholly e liaele motive pow- selling the best sweet potatoes at 60c a
wind is not a wirolly reliable motive pow-
er and if the sailors sometimes find it im- bushel.
possiblee to make schedule tine it mus t be -Window Shades, Scrim and
charged to the elements; they do the best Windsor curtains at Brackin's cheap
they caln. -
h aa sh store.
SCHOONER -Paint Brushes of the best qual-
N E T T I E. ity and at the lowest prices at the Pioneer
STT crug store.
-Mattings;: a nice assortment
Leaves St. Andrews every Wednesday. oht for sot cash Ver cheap at
Arrive at Pensacola every Thursday. ought for' spot cash. Very cheap at
Leave Pensacola every Friday. R. F. Brackin's.
Arrive at St. Andrews every Saturday. -J. W Tracy, a patron of the
Fare, with board, $5; without hoard, $3. i r s u a at o of
Freight carefully haBdled. Buoy in Vermont sends us al late copy of
WIOP"N. W. PITTS Agent for East Bay the Burlington, Vt. Free Press, for which
territory. East Hay parties going to Pen- thanks.
sacola-will fiud it to their advantage to If vonr watch orclock is dead
consult with him..
Capt. F. H.:Ware, Proprietor. or crazy, do not have it monkeyed with,
SCHOONER hut take it to Hughles, the reliable
JE 8 1 IE P. ---Gov. Mitehdel habs appointed
/ CAPT. J. SCHFrtLLNGElt. Prof. W. Lockey, of Chipley to be county
Makes regular trips. between Parke ron superintendent of schools to succeed
Z t Ba~y indPensacola; will'make reg- Prof. L. 'L. Charles, removed.
-ilar laidifgs at Cromanton .and Har-
rinson and at any other point when re- -Complete line of dry goods just
qu'ested-beforehaind to do so. Passen- received. Can get anyt ing you want at
gers and freight transported at reason-
able rates and satisfaction guaranteed. Brackin's. Complete line of men's work-
Ordeis leftat the residence of the cap- ing shirts and jeakt pants.,
tian St. Andrews will receive prompt 1'he new bridge over Bayou
and carefulA ntion.
ad Naref T. PITTs, 1Ageilf.-.--0 Geoagat the free ferry was completed
more than a week ago, and is now being
JIGGER-RIG used )by the traveling public It is pro-
-H E' "N 0. n uniced a first-rate bridge.
CAPT.. ,- R.BT. GWALTTNEY. -The Florida Farmer and Fruit
Carries the East Bay Mail; leaves St. An- Grower wlli be sent to any paid up sub-
drews Tuesday, Thursday a: d Saturdax scriberinclub with the Buoy for$1.50; the
mornings, arriving at Wetappo same
evening. Leave Wetappo alternate two papers to new subscribers for 2.50.
mornings arriving at St. Andrews in the -If your eyesight is defective, call
evening. Passengers andfreighttrans- atthe Brov office and be fitted with a
ported at reasonable rates. pair of the celebrated perfected crystal
JIGGER-RIG' lenses, manufactured only liv Kvllam &
GLYD E Moore Atlanta, ;a.
r-Citizen II. 1Loraino iccci-.ved word
CAPT. .DW'D IIAD. -Citize ie cce.ed
Carries the Est Bay mail; leaves St.-.t- Tuesday from the physicaLn who is atteud-
drews Monday, Wed,.esday and Fri- ing Mrs. ,or te in 1'en.acola, that her
day mornings, arriving at Wetappo condition is critical, and Mr. L. will de-
same evening. Leave Weteappo lter- part on the first boat for that city.
n- ate mornings arriving g at St. Andrews. -Our corresnondeints will please
in tile evening. passengerss accommo
dated.and freight carried at reasonable bear in miinud that their favors must be
rates. mailed early erouigh to reach us not later
RATES IBY EAST BAY MAIL BOATS. thau Monday evening: otherwise they
Passengers- c;aiinot appear I i the current issue.
St. Andrews tcfarrison, ... 10o -e,
S'' nto, ...0 -'J'h. 'c.plu's torc, I'ittsburg,
'1Parke'',: :......' Fla., is headquarters for all enterprises.
.Farmdale ...50 e'nsacola standard size brick, delivered
Rounl tr;p '" Weltppo,..... 1 anywhere on East Bay for ten dollars per
Freight--''er 100 lbs,........... 10. M.; shell 'lime in any quantity at short
iack ages. :...... :...: 10() 0 notice
ROBT. HGwurAN -Parties who i ish the Buoy to
E n' D-l. HAND. l
-., tIend to Oht. p ala ei.t or Ilheir t ',n u d.
uotuh Clra\,lord lett Ior te l) t, credit, on oAr books t meet
n t.. ,li'a h al'wad_ a oulli -i,,

-Nice bread, pies and cakes, fresh
every day at Russell's store.
-Commercial, legal, and plain or
printed stationery at the Buoy office.
-The premiums offered by the
Buoy are not shoddy-: they are first class.
-No person interested in West
Florida can afford to be without the Bv r.
-The Peonle's store at Pittsburg

-For curiosity jewelry call at Rus-
sell's, on I. J. Hughes, the jeweler.
-Legal cap, commercial note
letter-head papers and envelopes, either
printed or plain at the BvoY office.
-A new stairway and walk to.
replace the old one which had became
badly decayed is beinglerected from the
beach to the Schellenger house and the
approach to one of the most popular
boarding houses in town is now made
with pleasure and perfect safety.
-Prof. J. C. Lipes will deliver a
course of lectures on .educational themes
every alternate Sunday night in the Pres-
byterian church. Subject next Sunday
night: "The Progressive Teacher." The
lectures and Rev. Slade's sermons will af-
ford the citizens and tourists services ev-
ery Sunday night. Music' will be made a
special feature.
-The painfl t i atlligacc-e re' chies
St. A.!dr "'.v S of the suldenI d eth of Miss
Ar Deann the ecteemed vouing lad.', who,
for several years resided with her parents
and sisters in St.'Andrews. Miss Ara, ap-
pareitly in perfect health, went from the
home of hier l parents in A rliigi ...
to vi'siit ith the Inmily of C. J. I.
_.>,,n:er. A~k .jl, afi ila'j-rison.' n

Sad. and Cloomy

Weak and Dyspeptic
ele Pe atrtsapartua Gave Strength
and perfect s Cured.

Dr. J. R. I Wtt
Birmingham, Alabama.
"I have not words enough to express my
thanks for the great benefits received from a
few bottles of, Hood's Sarsaparilla. I was
weak, and It made me strong; I was a dyspep-
ti, andi ured me; I was sad and gloomy, and
4t made e cheerful and hopeful. And last,
though not least, it made me an ardent and
Hoo s parilla ures
working democrat. All who have taken Hood's
Sarsaparilla with my advice, report good re-
sults. I gladly recommend It to all sufferers
J. R. WHITE, M. D., Birmingham, Ala.
N. B. If you decide to take Hood's Sar-
aparilla do not be induced to buy any other
Instead. Insist upon HOODiS.
Hood's Pills are the best family cathartia,
Gentle and effective. Try a box. 26 cent.
uTgggiT~)n..wrmrrj n.iii- T-J)-TT--~"

Thanksgiving ProcIatnation.
The president has issued the fol-
lowing thanksgiving prOclanimtion:
By the president of the United
States of America-A proclamnition:
While the American people Nh3iuld
every day remember with praise a~ud
thanksgiving the divine goo-i1ess
and mercy which have foll.,wed then
since their beginning as a nation, it
is fitting that one day in each year
should be especially devoted to the
contemplation of the blessings we
have received from the hand of God,
an 1 and to the grateful acknowledge-
ment of his loving kindness.
Therefore 1, Grover Cleveland.
president of the United States do
lie eby designate and set apart
Thursday, the 30th day of the pres-
ent monthly of November as a -day of
thanksgiving and praise to be kept
and observed by all the people of our
laid. On that day let us forego our
ordinary work and employment, and
assuremble in our usual places of wor-

LPuno finds it imipof:sille to print more /
than a few of its fine premium offers ENGLISH BRAND.
each week; but below will be found a the only genuine cure for Lost
synopsis of the ternis upon which the 1Mnhod, Exhausted Vitality Weak
most of them will be furnished to onr ,Memory, Palpitatin of the heart, Pre-
patrons. The number of subscril.ers for a'!ature Decay. Lack of Confidence, L. M. WARE.
eaih premiumm is invariably for yearly aility of the Married (either sex,)
eai n is in ~ 'a i i frall d Despoiidelicv, all of lnich follow
paid up cash subscriber at $1 per in, the trail ofl of lfulerrors, Itr-
year. The figures to the right of eacdh prudence, and Excess. 1
paragraph are the prices at which the JI positively guarantee these Pills
articles will be furniished to subscrib- to do everything I claim for themi-,o
ers of tile Buo!Y forb cas~: ^iongi is my faith in them that vyon
/ can return them if ,hey do not help
.or 1 subscriber. 2 paper bound; 1 clot "
- abou n d yboor iia p e r, 8c ; clo th 2 y o n .
r 16 subscrers, 1 U. S. Cook ove posaid a large One Dollar Pack-
Ivcrer. i i, age, which onght to be sufficient to
4 subs er.d alt and re asny case of Debility, for only
$1 50 2ti.; oneilhie tel tw*lclt Linitjp I a
A pair perfected l wih
eg e'.sa 1. nnd to ill recel ariv rthe i I'
e 151 rmr ~ti'T~

Peachwood N orsereis, *tate Line, Miss. ''

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Sto 5I~J'iic ..l:; '1a hura ln l "
'rhei.Je. -i leP ft' for Pce.naC -.a
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W HAT DO YOU take medicine
for? BecauSe vu want to getwell,
i or keep well, of 6ourse.. ,Remember
Hood's Sarsaparilla Cures

A Week's Weather.
The filloi 'ng table shows what the
temperature at St. Andrews has been.
during the p ..t week, from olisrvations
taken at tlh. Ilroy office each inorniirig
tad nooni:
Mor'ni. Noon.
S Thurad .. . ov i i 61 (ti
Firda ., ..... 10 5 i68
saturd ... ..... II 5J (7
11 59 7
un a-, ...... 12 (i2 73
Moindv,. 13 ;l 69
STuuav .. 154 54 68
,,,, '. 1t.-.' ... 1 -5 48 5 1
Or you are all worn out, teall g~ood for noh
It Is general debilty. Tr
t will o~ you, cleanse your liver, and give
a good appetite.

Miss Lora Fento
Offers her services as a

iaviing a
Firsl Class Sewing Mat0hine
I am pre ,ared to do
Good Work at Reasonable Prices.
Residence north of R. F. Brackin's.

There are single retail shoe stores in our large
etles which eoll 2,000 palm of shoes a day, making
'a net profit of 250,000 a year. We sell shoes low,
b'ut we sell a geat many pairs, the clear profit on
our Ifl0RB', mises' and chitdrena' shoes is at least
ten cents a pair, and on our means' and boys' shoes
1l cents a pair. We shall establish shoe stores in
each of the. fifty largest cities of the U. S., and if
they sell only 300 palmr of shoes a day they would
earn 5j25,(00 a year. We should be able to pay a
,,yearly dividend of $.5.25 a sharia, or over 60 per cent.
a yeron the a veatmeit. We sell thostock at$10
a share. The price murst Iner\ilably be much more
than (10 a share. No stock has ever been sold at
Iess than this price, which ia its par value. Stock
non-assessable. Incorporated, Capital $1,000,000.
We have over 1,000 stockholders, and the number
Is increasing dally. Some of the principal stock-
holders are : T. 8. Waillng, Y. r. .J. Potter, Boston;
SN.A. IReed Jr.. Chicago I J.B. Camr bell, Chicago ; W. M.
Kavanaufh, Little aock. Ark.L I. I Rich. Chicano; F.
Turne a. iu B.Hrlipg N. V. E. J. P.ayne, Battle
Creek, ih. F.-. P.Hullette. Arcadel. N. Y.
Vrite for a prospectus containing the names of
lr stockholders, etc., or send an order forstock,
mclosntng cashier's chick, casA or money order.
Orders taken for one or more shares. Price, $10
a share.
R4 sW _iyan1ed.
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i n'Wddd, N"1' R1Me Xi c.0.iiu XT~hif W ei- e 7'if

tended to ;n once. on,h ilady became pro-,tral-d r wrnu an
-Sevvetci parties are negotiating labcess iin the throat which 'terniu.iAl.d
for hits and lan is in Parker with a view to Inltallv within, a day or two and i .',re h .r
locatifig there. Parker is a coming town, mother, who had beei telegraphed could
and surely a person can make no mistake reach her. The bereaved family have thc
in selecting a site for a home or a busi- profound sympathy of their hosts -of
ness location there. friends here.
,'L'Te educational eilerprise: that Oysters.
Prof. J. C. Lipes has inaugurated is re- I am now prepared to furnish
ceiling the hearty approval of all. Every ,ysters in any quantity, either opened
one should make the merited encourage- ell. a hae te oely pen e
went practical by enrolling their chil- .
dren at the opening, Nov. 22d. All stu- la' oyster house in the town, and will
dents entering h.e first week will be ad- from now until the close of. the sea-
mitted to full privileges atone-half rates, son keep a large supply on hand.
Regular tuition rates, per term of ten I am located in front of the St. An-
Ivcekas; $7 and $10. o t
weeks; $7and$10. drew Bay Hotel, where 1 can b-
-Almost everybody who- has be- dr
come interested in St d wo d found at any time. First-class.oy -
com'e interested in. St. .Andrews would
like to possess a map of the town an.. con- ters; good measure; prompt attention.
tigous country. To all such we would say Respectfully, D. C. WILLIAMS.
that for one dollar sent to us we can fur-
nish them atn excellcnl large map ,of the Notice.
town with the lots a:.d public places cor- Notice is hereby given that I will
rectlylocated. Besides this city map,.we be at the places on the days and
have also a sectional map embracing not dates below mentioned for the p- r-
only the town propr, but all the land
dis d of by te tm ny, pose of collecting the state and
disposed of by the Cidcinat'iComipany ,.
and whjle lotiand blocks are not shpwn county tax for the year 1893:
ii is an easy matter to get their location rnon, Monday, Nov. 20.
by:the use of this map. One dollar hbys 1 elers Ferry, Tuesday, Nov. 21.
either ma. Pt. Washington, 'Thursd.y, Nov.
-Attention is directed to the new 23.
advertiseraent of the Peacbwood Nurse-/ St. Andiews, Tuesday, Nov. 28.
ries, of State Line, Miss., in [this issue Parker, Wednesday, Nov. 29.
The Buoy is advised that their stock adti Nix 3.
assortment islbetter than ever before nd on, a, Nov. 3
the public are assut'ed of the same cuur- Econfina, Friday, Dec. 1.
teous treatment pnd thoughtful corpdcr- Greenheld, Saturday,:Dec. 2.
tion of thebestinterestsof theii p~ rons Davis Mill, Tuesday Dec. 5.
which has always charaFterized hese Peel Sohool House, Wednesday,
nurseries. The Buoy wfll saiortly forward ec..
.ii order for trees and anyoneeonteniplat- Pp a
g the planting of fruit treehis so Poplar ed, Thursday, Dec. 7.
is invited to join the club and consult Caryville; Friday, Dec. 8.
their o'wn interests by so doing, as con- Chipley, Saturday, Dec. 9.
:'iderable freight expenses can be saved by First Round.
clubbing in this way. W soaioenoave a D N 9 1
supply ofcataldcs and will furnish one te, Nv. 9 1803.
free on application. Remember that J. W. CR \EY.
the early order gets the cream of the ---- -
stock. I T IS NOT what we say but what
-Nothing affords t'e Buoy so Hood's Sarsaparilla does that tells the
much satisfaction as it does to be able to story ofits merit. When in need of med-
re.ord the establishment of some enter- icineremember MOOD'S CURES
pris! carcul-'tcd to build up the St. An- in
drews Bay country. Thin time North Bay D. UShS ts plane
cones in for mention of an improvement An eliectro lvanic battery em-
boJ-into medicated.
which cannot fail to be of great service Belts, SuspensoriCe, SpI-
Slnal Apprliances, Abdo
to the immediate neighborhood and its lnal Supporters, Vesta,
benefits are likely t extend over the Drawers, Offce Caps,
= Inllsoles, etc.
whole Bav count-y. Messrs. O. C. Tomo- Cures Rhenmatism, .iver and lgdney
kins and Co., the thriving homest-aders Comrnplaint, Dyspepsia, Errors of Youth
tLost Ilanhond, Nervonsnees, Sexual Weak-
at i he head of North Bay have purchased ness, andallTrobl i notable or Iemale.
I necnestion Blank ind Book ree. Call or
tile necessary machinery for .;t 15-hors'- write.
power saw mill and it is expected it ill r VoltaMedica Appliance Co.,
8= wine Sureet. ST. LOUIS, X
arrive lhythe first boat, when it will at
onceble established in a commodious mill rE R efor weakneand
-Ba TRIAI a afte of "T
at t:le head of the buy. They will also at- decay, nervous debility
E Bad lort VtW.MIy sent tree for 12 cents
tach a small grist mill and a rice- postage.
cleaning plan, and le prepared to do cus- DR. WARD INSTUTUTE, 1201.SthSt.8T.O1i.IS0,O.
tor work for all who may favor them with
business. It goes without saying that this WrANTEDIe
is just wi ;t is needed for North Ba and tl5 A "yPI ADT.em2ployedo-,-ne loyed
the Erov bhesenks for the new enile.rrise mw ay.sal"ry oroom. Ei i ~mpf ae iire.
a paYing patronage. .Zi.3 EF3IS7V 4f CO., C22I ?WS ST. T LOUIB, 0O

.-v au.' ^^qg^^^y Iig] ar r ..* urn
miumI Machine; treiglut pr," \Vith th1" psihitl e ca.-.siance ,oli y11
it, a l r l ot east .0 the ;u; .' part that you will ive eg,iet th, .day
hil"' l ,I a $ i that youocame in posessessi.n of this'
-0 sus iers nd $38 in crish, I No. piceless remedy, whose influnce be-
Sbuggy; right on all vehicles prep' _. .sids esl.,riug t, e vital force, extends
$5 it:;elf t, the inteiectu.al facilities, ele.
40 suhscriber'stind $35, i Hoosier wagon eating the' emotions, dispelling the
$40. h,; inc of life ani: rest boring its blessing .
60 aubscriptions, 1 villa phaeton cart. Rea t tle foll wi'ig testing i, ials as
$19, t(l whetherI a ii curing people or not.
45 subscribers, 1 ball bearing road cart. he*Wial package of Nervous Debility
$15. P you sent done me good. I was troub-
32 subscribers, I Remington hreeeh-load- led vithl what I called rheumatism in my
ing rifle. 11 thi hs, and they helped me wonderful y.
H. M. WKsruto. Walton, Iowa.
30 subscriptionss, i Remington revolver. H. M. \sEssIrf '. Waflto, Iowa.
$' 9, end me sonie niore of those Pills, as
ose you sent mue done me SO muoiC good
8 subscription, 1 set National souvenir hit I thought I would send for more of
spoons. $2,0, t re. JNO WArTEKINS, ColligtonI. N. C
1 subscription; 1 Columbus souvenir ind stamps e.'closed for -two more
spoon. 44. p, h acs of your Nervos Debility Pills as
th l i o9t of voin bcto.-e done uic iuorie
44 subscriptions, 1 gent's Dueber gold- g an. ay medicine avcev tken.
filled watch, $12...0. k .Fr:ESToXN, F-ed'rickshourg, 0.
48 subscriptions, 1 gents' gold-filled, No. R,'I i ed thIe ntedicine, thilik it good;
2 watch. $14. will order some niore.
50 subscribers, 1 ladies' Champion gold- JOHN WIENKs, Broad!ands, Ill.
filled watch. $17.50. I I received vy(ur medici e and am very
much pleased with it; it has helped me al-
35 subscribers, lady's )ueber gold-filled ready. Enclosed find m ney for ahiother
watch. $13. package. M. MI-.UERSoN, Westville, O.
From these very generous offers, it $500 Reward
must not be inferred that ~the BuoY is will be ,ai, for a case of Lost Man-
in any sense in the mercantile .ra-de; hoo,,, Exhausted Vitality, 'eaak
it has sinply'*imale arr;'ngeiments Metnery, Palpitation of tlih Heart,
wi) extlsie eist ., i. i lts.nt') Preimature Decay, Lack of Coifi-
i once, Inabili.v of the Married of
wlhici it can -furlish to its patrons either sex, and )Despondenc ,that I
tie articles named, which are first- catinint cure.
class in every particular,, and give Now after reading the above if you
them the benefit of greatly reduce,. have any doubt ab.,ut mie or iny inedi-
plices, without expense to tie patron cine. do not semi, but. ift you r'oilliv
We do not keep the articles on hand; want to get cured I can and wvill
they are si.iiilyi ordered frm tlie guarantee to cnre you. I hiave be(en
wholesale establishment at whole- a I'racticing Pihysician for a great
sule prices 'or less. many ~ears and during my experience
I never cam.t across quit as good a
iW L. n nii A u remeudy for Nervous Debility as I
*e ,,a Ifel>r here-it is one of the most
83 SHOE ,r vanluble remedies ever discerned
Do you wear them? When next inneedtry a pair. ail if I was a younger person I
Best In the torld, would advertise it everywhere at
45.00 $3.00 $1.00 a Package, but getting well
$4.00 $2.50 along Inm years and having already
ag3.50 2.u00 i tle a fair sized fortutine in, myv niel-
S50 fR Dla ical practice, I lave ne miesired to get
$2.50 $2.00 rich, all I care for, now is to) see i,,h.W
S2.25 #1.75 n many peole I can cure. so tlit they
-2.00 FOR 0BYS iiay eijo y this life, Now retnemlt ber
FOR F i75 that for' a short time longer Iwill send
Fa vou One Large Package of these
S PILLS, if you wil wrapil up two dimes
and senI to me within ten days, after
If you want a fine DRESS SHOE, made In the latest ,iU rieeiv this n inrer. I ,lio,. ter
styles, don't pay $6 to $8, try my $3, $3.50, $4.00 or
$5 Shoe. They fit equal to custom madeand lookand have thle pleasure of heal ing froni you
wear as well. If you wish to economize in your footwear, t on ce.
do so by purchasing W. L. Douglas Shoes. Name and Will 1 be successful? or do von
price stamped on the bottom, look for it when you buy, prefer to remain a lifelong suffelro'
:W. L. DOUGLAS. Broekton, Mass. Sold by
LW M. WAS.Bro t ,ag. S Enclose two dimes in you letter,
.L. M. AWAR & CC a, and send at once to
St. A4i!rewvs. FI a.
t AaR. A. H. SM ITH,

".R. O L IN Ii. a t AVON, N. Y.
OLICINGUA HORSES. alnd yo will receiveR large One
Ever ownerothahorse shouldkeep Dollar Package by return mail.
it on an It ma savethe lifo otf
valuable animal. One package will
cure eight tioen cases. rie s1.C0 D. ii is eliie nne s
entbymao expres.OurA Dr. Smih is reliable and merits
count Book w ich contains hintsto ED,
stable keep.rem .l difre public confidence. W J. WEED,
H. -JjNIe e Co6.. 82 Pine C k f A vn.


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Ship Chandlery Salt Fish, Et

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Baltimore Tawie' ailoi Net


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AL S O F 0




R. F. Brackins Store,






p R, IFC E S.


Carries the Largest Stock of
Watches, Clocks, Jewe ry and Spectacles
Sver brought to St. Andrews. Also
SILYEWARtE. hell and Aligator Teeth Jewe'ry a grcc-fii:'Ay.
Uflice at i eo. Russeil's Store, St. Andrews, Fla.


At a Bargain!
8-Room House and Half-Acre Lot, i r lle e
Situated north of Loraire Avenue-
1all'-way between the Bay and
Public School House.

A Fin Proierty at a Barain! St, Andrews Bay, Fla., Nov. 8, 1893.
Call or write to tlie BUOY or to .Cret pr
St. Andrews, Fla The Attention of the Puhiti
Thlrounglhont the United States is respectfully invited to carefully note the
NI A C A R A infornttion found in this space from week to week.
GRAPE VINES! An Educational Institution
I have for sale st'vei:al thousand
Fie t Niagara rpe Vi I~ OF HIGH RANK will in the near future open its
Fine Niagara G-rape Vines ,,.-,,
Guarated ne door-tor tht rrceptiol an:l training of Stuidents from the
(-laranteed tlle to a11ane.
Single vine, 10c; 100, $6.00; Special' ci h South, East and West.
Rates on larger qnaitities. JOSEPHUS 0. LIPES, B. 8..
Write or call upon S. C. PROWS, President.
McDuchess Fa 'n, Wz.tson Bayou.
Harrison po.stoffice.


Caveats, Trade-markts, Design Patents, Coprlght, A T
And allPatent businessconducte r 1 A T E L I N E M .
Information and advice given to lnventotwithout
harige. Address
PRESS CLAIMS CO., We offer for this season's plantingg a large and complete assortment of
Managing Attorney,
P.O.Box468. WASItnGTOn D.C. \pples, P t'eaclhes, Pluims (Ibnli native alad IJapan) Aprico s. Nectar-
ines,, Quities, Cheriies, as. Japani Pers'immn. Mulberries, etc.
IIPThi Company ismanaged bya combinationof Pecans, Al .il.s, EngliiAsh XVnnts a'nd l lack \Valnnts.
the largest and most influential newspapers in the ,
United States, for the express purpose of protect- Grape Vines, Strawberry and Raspberry Plints.
Snu their subscribers against unscrupulous
and Incompetent Patent Agents, and each paper Also, a Splendid Coll action of the Very Choicest Open Ground
printing this advertisement vouches for the responsi-
bMltyandhighstandingofthePressClaimsCompany. R 0 S E S A N D E V E R G P E E N S.

Stock of the Finest Quality and Prices Very Low.
NERVMS DEBIIJTY PILLS. Catalogue mailed free. Address, GAINES, COLES CO.



. OWN"-

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w 4"&t_ w

ship, where we may recall all that
God has done fir us, and where, frno
grateful heai: our united tribute of
praise and s',onig rmaIy reac l tie
throne of grace. Let the reunion of
kindred and the social meeting of'
friends lend cheer and enjoyment to
the duty, and let generous gifts of
charity for the relief of the poor and
needy prove the siHmcerity of out
thanksgiving. By the president.
I ha ve bought a good lot uf'men's
suits and can suit any, one in quality
and price. Call and see theii..

With the nm1erMos new edver-
tismentis pouring in upon us the

e maea t-t:r'5i-


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*: qndnrewo &Ly

SThursday, Nov.,16, 1893.

.ugar, P lb Tea; lt
Granulated .... 61, He N ....... 75
Coffee,A ..... 6 Gunpowder.. 8(1
Lt brown ..... 5 Uncol'd Jap.. 5(1
,offee, Cond milk, can
: f Green:,. '22/1/@25 Unsweetn'a.10@l,9
Browned .25@30 Sweetened..10@15
singer snaps... 10 Baking powder
crackers soda. 8t1 RoIyal... ..... 50
S2obacco, plug 30a60 Campbell: ..15a,25
raisinss Canned fruit
London layers.. .15 Peaches.... 20a 25
Valencia... : 1l2a Tomatoes. .. ..10a5
tice: .'..... 7 Apples........ 15
S.pples Pears .......... 15
-Evaporated.. 1214 Plums........ 20
Dried Peaches .8 Apricot....... 25
3oal Oil pagal 18a(20 Strawberries... 20
gasoline ". ....20 Pineapple.... 20
loridA Syrup... 50 Canned Meats
loney......... 1.00 Roast Beef. T5a25
7inegar...... 40 Corned Beef 15a25
Jheese-pr lb.... If Chipped Beef.. 25
Butter.... ..... 30 Lobster....... 20
Lard .... ... 8 Salmon ..... '20
Beans .... ...... 6 Canned Vegetalles
Cocoanut pkg... 10 Baked Beans.. 20
Fiuit Pnddine... 10 Corn.......... .16
SJelly, glass .. 15a25 Peas. ... ... 15
U Line Juice,.. 51 '' _Pu ipki .. 15
-i. ": Egg"per-doz... 15
"Flour Pork
3 0 N 2... 2,8' Mess pr f.... 11
Favorite ... '5.75 Bacon Sides..... '.
Corn Meal pr u 75 Fresh ....... 8al(
3at Meal pr lb.. 51/4 Br'kf'st Bacon.. .12
,ornper lhu........75 HIam canvassed 14
potatoess Shoulders.... 10
r' Irish. .. ... 1.20 Beef
Early R'seseed 1.60 Corned........ 8
Sweet........ 60 Fresh ........8al0O
Salt, pr sack... 1.00 Dried........ 25
Table ....... .5 Milk prqt ....... 10
Nails, Der lb...4a4 Ax,with handle. 1.00
Manilla ropel2Xal5 Hoes, each... 35a50
Stoves cook,. .$8a25 Copper ptint, can 50
Pipe, joilt'18a20 Liniseed oil, gal. 80
Prints, per yd.. 5a8 Ginghanis ..... Sal0
Sheetings .... 7a00 Flannel. .'.... 25a50
Muslin...... 9ail Thread per spool. .5
Jeans.......25a200 Shoes, ladies. $1 a2 7
_,Extra pantspat '25 Men's. .$140a300
flay pr cwt.... 1.35 Oats pr bu...... 60
Bran...-.. 1.40 Brick.pr M...... 8.00
Rope Sisal .. 10@14 Lime pr 1bbl...... 75
Oranges pr doz.. 35 Pecans s>r lb.... 20
Apples........ 25 Walputs. ....... 25
Lembins......... 25 Almonds........ 25
Strawberries, qt 2i.Y
li shell.prl,000 1.50 Opened pr qt .. 15c
Horses... $80a100 Cows..'...,. $15n$25
Mlules... '$100a$i55 Hogs........... $4
T:', xen.. pr yoke $50 Sheep .......... $2
dickens each 15a25 Geese each... 45a50
TIrkevys' .. 75a1.00 Ducks........ 15a2O
Venison pr H i Hall TI rkc-.\ .... .. 5al.10

,1ni r 6 Ponlanllo ... .J i.00
h'jtsh FISH.

2,.5 '. o etl.. 4-
1- -' _r dor . .. I;).ii

I .'10 Face "' I -4.( i
S:oap r .... ",11 a' pra . I.n
Drop siding, C'hlilio.(eid ..
Heart facelt'lin 15.(10 I,x ii i. ''ni. .' 1-..iili
an IN .l00 Fil~li.slill 'lu11ll-
Buil' hiu ier.. 8(, I2 I.er, d .I1 I It l .I..iil
Henrt ohiiigles. 2.:510 Lath, i 'l i .. 2.i
Ssp 5 1.501 Bont u111iil'er.
dressed... 1a30(



rsJ. J. W. Wilson, Proprietress.

The only Hotel, especially fitted up
-as stuchl iu town. .

Close to and in plain view of the Bay.

Prio es Moderate
Aid every attention paid to comfort
S .. of guests

Geo. S. Hacker & Son,



' ISa 00oors, Bllals,

Building Material.
Window and Fancy Glass a

Indispensable in

S As\, every good houNewife knows,
the difference between appietiz-
ing, delicious cookil.g and the op-
posite kind is largely in delicate
rances and palatable gravies.
Now, these require a strong,
S deltbately flavored stock and the
: beststsock is

Liebig Company's

Extract of Beef,

- ___ __ __ ___________

CROMANTON. needed about as well as Private Peck,
Correspondence of the Buoy. did when he caaie front Wisconsit
CROMANTON, FLA., Oct. 2, '93. to put down the rebellion. There
There are a few rooms in the Hotel was one thing about Plicate Peck,
Crouianton that are not engaged yet. lie stuck to the job and came out
It you contemplate spending the win- victorious. 1 am something like
ter on St. Andrews Bay, you cannot iini in some respects; I camni here to
find better accomadations, or a stay, and have been trying all the
More pleasant situation than this. time, as the saying goes, to "turn
0Having a first class lauich l)propelled something tup" I have succeeded in
i by a Seintz 7-horse power engine, gettkig a few things worked up that
That will carry comfoi tably fifteen to ar e and always will be great improve-
twenty persons, in con uti., n with iu'nts to t is part of the country,
0 the hotel, will make it very pleasant although it .:as made me some
for guests to get about the buy. enemies, because 1 did not d )my
S For particulars address WV. M. work in their door yards;.but that is
5 Croman, Cronanton, Fla. all right They say a man is no
--account if he has not some enemies.
5 Correspondnce, of the Bror. Alla the stamina, I shall -keep right
0 MR. ErITo: \Ve are already .av- ,n, and -not sit still and wait for
ing several visitors fro l thle cold something to turn up. It is danger-
5 north land to our sunny and health- ous to sit down and wait; those who
giving village and most of them, so do so never accomplish anything.
Sfar aie investing in homes and ent'r- DoN PEDRO.
prises that are su e to make us a
sef-sustaiiing people. PARKER.
I" -CorresDoondence of the .Buoy.
SMri. BHansel, sr., who spent last Corresoonde"ne of the Boyr.
winterat the Cromnto Hotel caste Mr. Edlitor I can report one family
winterat the Croiuantou Hotel came ,a h e o v t a
in t last that has settled in our vicinity-that
i.n on tOle last trip of the scheltler l
I of 0. Hasselbor g. Tijls geiitleriiaii
Nettie and was brought up bl tlhe Ha org. is gentleman
schooner aw, wit l' urbithre bought out Mr. Malkgraf. who has
Ci or, wit un rte moved to the VVe-t Peninsaiiis The
and u ew h1ousme of Mr. orHaselb irg is sit-
Sbouit fal built I, P. (. rdil, uated at the head of what is known
eiemiotledi and beautified with artistic
as Pitts" Bayo,r. and lie is tunch
i waste and skilled workmianlship by C. e t v 1 h t1
taste and skil led wurkaiitship by. '. pleased with his pretty location.
E cker, tour c-ntractor and builder,
Eker, our ci r ad u A. Donalson has gone on a
until this, building lhas co-me to be i s -r t i .Al ma
!lnsiness trip to, Grergia an.l Alabanma
one lit e prettiest ,hous.,s on the b.iv.
i, ie, le "l a nl expects to be absent about t,,vwo
The.saiue contractor is buihliiig a six ,nt s
.il months.
'roiom.cottage for Mlrs. Hunt, recently Mr.Sp g s r turned to his
moved here from St. Andrews. l. h
W, \ewabitclika Ir)iue.
The hearts olf father aindi mother r
Theev f r al n Rv. Jas. Nixon was in town over
Vliite were mialde glad by the coniiig d at Cro
Sx> unu ainY preached at erom anton
of their son, E. W. V white and little c r. W. r at Ccomeon
grandson, Wllie. ,
hund oni'li. TV. Horne itccoi~ipalined
g iedso, jie. : him and were the guests of P.. G.
Shelby Smith has purchased 80 Harlini
acres of land fromU Rev. Croman. He J.. Marti all I John T. P ts
is a onng mania of means, pluck, enl. were at Vernon the past week
eigy and good judgment, and has 1al- Mr. aidc Mrs. Halitax are iimkili
ready been clearing off sone gronhid mnice inllprovenents in their hoine lot.
e he intends to build his resi PG. arlding has been d.oilng
e le i s t ie carpellter work for S. T. W\alk-
denie, and as soonl as it can be doie, ley .across the bay, the past week.
will f.-nce hi s entire purchase and The campfires of those coming to
plant five acres to ranges; beside .inUy fishl, and at the same tiime to eIi
other fruits and nuts, all of which do *joy our beautiful bay, are to be sees
wcll 'here. This southwest section almost an y nig ol ht
O t Our nllilaHV schlIl superintendent
of t ie Peninsula is as well protetected has through the kindness of S. T'.
lby water for the gro.wthlof orange. \Valklev, secured the oan iof oiiie
;i tlie Inir-fiined l lead JLakes s.cton iV'.luaileidspeci Iens from tle HIoly 1lllla
,,f thih.i cu ,it, \Ve i wave St. widrews wlicli bd will exhiibit to tlie Sunday
lim\ oil o lli aI11, il id Inorthl west a is'li ihol lext Smndai~ aidi explain
'ilie (J Ill M icX A, I ,,l. i 11 I 1lll*' II eN.s and siglificali cem l 'L t
il .-t 1 li-1 b e, h a .good .attendance of old,
Theiso i s to put up tn 1) is ln i( l.
iaip e > ini ctiiri-:i ,. L a -I P iii nid MaINrmtin Da is
alln tlo. a '., sl'Virk pIor ili>tu al,-l "li. l't"''" ru the fishing grounds;
,a''' 1.. ie 1 nd'c ;ia.e a ti .. l t i ''l- V It' ort plenty ( of fish .
ig Ii hli it,, blIl gold. 'Tile cl ' A REsIDENT.
.,y th .ait 1'. I*. iiigtl to, work lup all p so
Ii- etl ing. Ili guod s alreahlv T t
,ei. i i i le aCapt. V LH. -Hale:-, and, son-in-
ileir t, lnl.g iin ll iJoiler olol'er andi
I; 'O l a fly ew shares of stock 't L ead of Buckorn,
IIltla keni. made a business trip to Pittsburg
By the wa1, Mr. Editi-r,- s eak' g this wgek.
about ilth t eniterprising man, W. Mrs. R. N. Sheppard and Mrs.i J
Coa vh o liii? I, l MarIgaret Sliepp rd, orespectfnul
has built a hotel, bhilt a t\own, built .. .."
a s.tea lmboat, ati.d tiev are go... o 'ih"i'er and sister' of Col. 1F. H. Sht-
very good. Ju.tit thiiuk of it; it is parid Ilf St. Adlrewvs, arrived, from i
oul tell liors I run to, Uensacola. O Phildelph ia, via Cliiplev alid will
but. she goes! iid is a model of beau- renlain hel', utitig the winter.
iy, deep satisfaction and solid ctin .-
lort. is Rev. Croman'. steam laun:cli. PENSONS
Rev. Niixoi. Baptist, preached here
Sitlday, the 12th, and on the ,veniilg Being Located Nar th
of the SHame dla' tlie younllg eple ot Gvernet Deartent ae a to
this place met at the church and or- Gdernment Dep'rtment are a to
galnizd tliims'elves into a Yoniu give your claim better attention an
People's Chr'stiNii Endeavor Associ attorneys located elsewhere. Special
action. Miss LillianI Pratt was .lect- attention given t'. difficult and re-
ed edeit, l. iiacted claims. If vour present at-
preseiiet ttiIl trasllUler t tand Miss Ma-
inie D. Bell, secretary. '"hey nieet tol'liey does not suit you and is slow,
again on tli 19th inst., after Sunday write nus. Soldhiiers who liave lost

school. their discharges can obtain new ones.
The shell walk in front of Crom.an- No fee unless von get a pension.
tr Hotel lo's niice aid it woul,l e Ad vice free. Soldiers pensioned at
just as well t let thle good work b, e
cu tinnie to the wharf FACT. less than twelve ($12) dollars per

Theimportance' of keeping the liver
and kidneys in good condition cannot lie
over"timated. Hood's SarsapariJla is a
gr at remed'v for regulating ana invigor-
aling these organs.
HoodS Pills act easily, yet promptly and
effectively, on the liver and bhoels. 25.

Corresponce of the Buoy.
T'le weather is getting quite cool.
Soon it will be tiiue ti dig oulr
'taters, of which we liave a big crop.
Wimn. Sawyer was here a few days
ago h king after his deceased broth-
ers's estate. '
W. F. Woodf,,ri is agent ror the
cheapest buggies aiid spring wagons
that veir ever sold in any market.
I will send ycu all advertisriilet of
this mail route rIunnling from lie'e to
Wewahitclihk in a few days, if Mr.
Reil tlhe mail cotracter does nm)t.
I am deterlmiiied that the people wiho
read your valuable paper .shall k low
that the route hais been in olpei Atioi
about two months, and is tlie nearest,
cheapest way to reach'ISt. Andulrews;
that it will be equipped with hack
enough to accoimmondte tlie whole
traveling public if it sees fit to come
hliis way, t I h1ave to furnish tlhe
ia ck s'm l-self.
Your correspondent came here

about eight years ago to helip
up St. Andrews Bay, and has


month and suffering -from disability
in addition to tlihtt na'.ied iii their
pension certificate may obtain in-
cl'e.'se inider the nlew law. It is not
wcvessary for you to have gotten any
ailment in the war to get pension',d
under the new law. Pensions for
widows and children without, t regard
to caM.ne of .soi.iler's death, for mnoth-
er's' and lat.h(-rs' who are now de-
peudeiint, whletlher they 'were dep,en-
denit on t l-dici wieni lie die di or niot.
Pensions obtained for service renlder-
ed in Mexican and Indian wars,
Mexican pensions can now be in-
creased to $12 a month. Suspended
pensions restored.
Caveats. Trade Marks, Designs,
Copyrights and al Patent business
conducted for MODERATE FEES.
Iifortiatioi and advice given to in-
venttors without charge. Addres..
Box 167, Washington, D. C.

I ES3 & HEAD f itJ,, ,
Vtila S" C'JSKIOS S. Whispers heard. Co":.
portable. Succesfulvr.her i'1, iemPdlese rArL,. Iils. bcoI
proutsfroo. Address fI" ii;tX. 653 Broadway, New York-
Cleanses and beautifies the hair.
ProniI-te .a Iuxuriant growth.
Nevel- ails to Restore Cray
Hair to its Youthful Color.
Cures scp.!p -iseases & lhir filing.
5l0e,nd .g i ''
The Cor.sumnptive and Fecbl and all who
sufferfrom exhaustir.gdiseases should u, Parker's Gingt r
''onic. It cures the worst Cough, WeakLungs, Debility. -
diestion, Feniale weakness, Ileuniatismn and PIaiu. We. & L.
jHINDjER CORS. The only Sure rare for Corn.
e (t 2c5'. )5dm, at Diruaws(.

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Horticultural ad Im ro ement



Thb object of this Association is to Improve the Country adjacent to St.
.Andrews Bay and to
Develop its Resources as a Fruit-Growing Country.
To acorplisli this the AsSociation proposes to Sell Lands in tracts of Two-
anda-shalf and Five Acres to such parties only as will improve them by the
Erection of Houses. Fences and such Permanent Improvements as will enhance the
valueof each tract so disposed of, and particularly to
7 Plant them out in Trees, Plants and Vines,
To the nd that in the shortest practicable time every such tract shall be a
Source of Revenue to its Owneir-.
The first question wih;ch will naturally be asked will be: "Is this Asso-
ciation reliable"- And the answer to it is; Any person employing the Association
to make improvements, may deposit an approximate payment of. the estimated cost of
the.same with an.:responsible business man ar firm doing business on the Bay or in
Bank at their own home to be paid over only when the Association. shall satisfacto-
rily show that the improvements have been made according to agreement.
The.Association will not only improve and plant, but watch and care for
all property entrusted to its keeping, guarding against forest'fires, dishonest pilferers
gr damitges from any cause possible to be prevented.
From a careful estimate off the probable expense and income of a fruit
plantation in the St. Andrews Bay country a few figures are given:
Price of;ana per acre, say $25 to $50; cost of clearing, say $20; ost of planting 1st
year, say $30; cost of cultivation each year thereafter, $20 ,
It is not extravagant to estimate that a 1-acre vineyard will on the third
year, if properly cultivated, yield $200 worth of fruit, and of peaches nearly or quite
the same, while figs should do evei better than that. Then, though perhaps a little
longer, some of them, in coming into profitable bearing may be named pears, apricots,
nectarines, plums, prunes, mulberries, olives, Japan persimmons almonds English
wlnuts, Japai chestnuts, pecans, and ,,any other varieties of fruits and nuts. which
are almost certain to flourish here; while oranges and citrus fruits, though not con-
sidered certain yield large returns oftener than they miss.
The Secretary of the Assodiation will give particular attention to an-
-swering letters of inquiry, and the Buoy will jn its answers to correspondents an-
swer all questions asked it.
R4 E M EM BER, the Association Lands will be sold on Easy
Terms of Payment; but improvements must be paid for as satisfactory proof is given
that the work has been performed. CORRESPONDENCE SOLIC ITED.
Address R. E. HOWARD, Sec.
. Harrison, Fla.

View, the Compaiy will Give Twen-
ty-Five Hundred Dollars in Cash, in
addition to Refunding the Fees for
Securing the Patent.
It will also Advertise the Invention
Free of Charge.
This offer is subject to the follow-
ing conditions: Every competitor-
must obtain a patent for his invention
through this company. He must fist
apply for. a preliminary search, tlhe
cost of which will be five dollars.
Should the search show his device to
be unpatentable, lie can withdraw
without further expense. Otherwise
le will be expected to complete his
application and take out a patent in
the regular way. The total expense,
including Gevernment and Bureau
fees, will be $70. For this, whether
he secures the prize or not, the in-
ventor will have a patent that ought
to be a valuable property to him. The
prize will be awarded by a jury con-
sisting of three reputable patent at-
torneys of Washington. Intending
competitors should fill out the follow-
ing blank and forward it with their
I submit the within described invention
in competition for the Twbnty-five hun-
dred Dollar Prize offered by the Press
Claims Company.

No Blanks in This Competition.

This is a competition of rather an un-
usual nature. It is common to offer
prizes for the best story, or picture,
or architectural plan, all the compet-

itors risking the loss of their labor
and the successful one merely selling


How to Get $2,500 for Nothing.
The Winner has a Clear Gift of a Small
Fortune and the Losers ta/ve Patents
That .May Bring Them in Still More.
Would you like to make twenty-
five hundred dollars? If you would,
read carefully what follows and you
heay see a way to do it.
The Press Cliins Company devotes
much attention to patents. It has'
handled thousands of applications for
inventions, but it would like to handle
thousands ipore. There is plenty of
inventive talent in this country,.need-
ing but encouragement to produce
practical results. That encoiuage-
ment the Press Claims Company pro-
poses to give.
Not so Hard as it Seems.
A patent strikes most people as an
appallingly formidable thing. The
idea is that an inventor must be a
natural genius, like Edison or Bell;
that lie must devote years to delving
in complicated mechanical problems
and that he must spend a fortune on
delicate experiments before he can get
a new device to a patentable' degree
of perfection. This delusion the
company desires to dispel. It'desires
to get into the head of the public, a
clear comprehension of the fact that
it is not the great, complex, and ex-
pensive inventions that bring the best
returns to their authors, but the little,
simple cheap ones-the things that
seem so absurdly trivial that tho av-
erage citizen would feel somewhat
ashamed of bringing them to the at-
tention of the patent office.
Edison says that the profits lie has
received from the patents on all his
marvellous inventions have not been
sufficient to pay the cost of his ex-
periments. But the man who con-
ceived the idea of fastening a bit of
rubber cord to a child's ball, so that
it would come back to the hand when
thrown, made a fortune out of his
schenie. The modern sewing na-
chine is a miracle of ingenuity-tlhe
product or the toil of hundreds of
busy brains through a hundred and
fifty years, buc the whole brilliant re-
sult rests upon the simple device of
putting the eye of the needle at the
point instead of at the other end.
The Little Things the Most Valuable.
Comparatively few people regard
themselves as inventors, but almost
eveoJryboi.y has been struck at one:
time or another, with ideas that seem-
ed c: lnlated to ridnce some of the
little frictions of life. 'Jsuiall snch
ideas a- re dismissed without further
"Why don't the railroad company
make its. car windows so that they
can be slid _~r and down without
breakingthe passengers' backs?'' ex-
claims the traveler "If I were run-
,ing: the road I would- make them in
IIih away. :-
Whlat was the man that made
this saucepan thnkinig of?" griumbles
the cook. "He nAver had to work over
a stove, or.he. would have known how
it ought to have been fixed."
"Hang such a collar button!"
growls the man who is late for break-
fast. "If 1 were in the business I'd
make buttons that wouldn't slip.out,
or break off, or gouge out the back
of nmy neck."
And then the various suffrers for-
get about their grievances and begin
to think about something else. If they
would sit down at the next conveni-
eut opportunity, put their ideas about
car windows, saucepans and collar
buttons into practical shape, and then
apply for patents, they might find
themselves as independently wealthy
as the man who invented the iron
umbrella ring or the one whlo patnet-
ed the fifteen puzzle.
A Tempting Offer.
To induce people to keep track of
their bright ideas and see what there
is in them, the Press Claims Compa-
ny has resolved to offer a prize.
To the Person who Submits to it
the Simplest and Most Promising In-
vention from a Commercial Point of



Toilet Articles.

Prescriptions ani Fatiily Receipts
St. ndrews, Fla.

his for the amount of tbyprize. But
the Press Claims Company's offer is
something entirely differel't.i Each
person is asked merely to help himself,
and the one who helps himsUf to the
best advantage is to be rewarded for
doing it. The prize is only a 'Milnu-
lus to do something that would be
well worth doing without it. The
architect whose competitive plan for
a club house on a certain corner is
not accepted has spent his labor on
something of very little use to him.
But the person whc patents a simple
and useful device in the Press Claims
Company's .competition need not
woriy if he fails to secure the prize.
He has a substantial result to show
for his work-one that will command
its value in the market at anv time.
The plain man who uses an article
in his daily work ought to know bet-
ter howU to iniprove it than thenie-
chanical expert who studies it only
from the theoretical point of view.
Get rid of the idea that an improve-
ment can be t o simple to be worth
patenting. The simpler the better.
The person who best succeeds in
combining simplicity and popularity
will get the Press Claims Company's
twenty-five hundred dollars.
The responsibility of this company
may be judged from the fact that its
stock is held by aboat three hundred
of the- leading newspapers of- the
United States.
Address the Press .Claims Compa-
ny, John WVddeburn. Managing At-
ttorney, 618 F street, N. W., Wash-
ington, D. C.

How to Reach St. Andrew3.
The season is now upon us when it
is reasonable to suppose that a good
many people are looking towards St.
Andrews as a place of winter resort,
and a few words about the routes
over which the place may be reached
will be found serviceable to th6se
wishing to visit us who have never
ma de the trip. Of the various routes
there is little if any difference in the
matter of expense. Coming via
Pensacola the comfortable schooners
Jessie P. and Nettie make regular
trips, every possible attention is giv-
en to the comfort of passengers, and
with favorable winds the trip from
Pensacola is made in from twelve to
eighteen hours; or, take the P. & A.
railroad at Pensacola or wherever else
you may strike it, for Chipley; the
distance from here to St. Andrews
overland with a very good road, is 52
miles; the trip is made in one day,,
and the prices charged will be as rea-
onable as circumstances will warrant;
or, write beforehand to Robt. B ker
of St. 'Andrews, whose advertisement
is to be rndin the BuoY, making a
date fr l ii n to meet. youat [:ia i:
(',,tton lae, ot- ani,' convenient stat-i.
on the P& A.; or, coming from he
north/o Montgomery, Ala., to B in-
bridge, Ga., ever the Ala. NMill l-I,
railroad, thence to Wewahitchka4 '
steamboat or a cheaper route is\to
come from Montgomery to Eufal,
Ala., over the M. & E. railroad anK
by sieamer to Wewahichka, where
a hack can be found to convey you
sixteen miles to Wetappo, or y may take passage with the mail car-
rier at WVewahitchka for Farmdale,
at quite reasonable rates; here con-
nection may be made ,with the East
Bay mail sailboats, making daily.
trips up and down the Bay; andl
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 finest bodies ,f
water in the world at small cost; this
route nmay also bB taken advantage of
by taking the P. & A. to River Jnnc-
tion, thence to Gordon, Wewahitchka
and Wetappo. If the Wewahitchka
route be taken, dates may be fixed
ahead with parties there for hack
to be in readiness at any time.

Do You Want


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Mattresses Brushes!

Manufactured by "

Examination of these Mattresses
and Brushes will prove their superi-
ority over any other material.
Call and Examine these Brushes and Mat-
tresses or Write for Prices.
Residence one door north of Postofice

8r a Five-Acre Fr'it Tract



Being a PRACTICAL SURVEYOR, I am prepared to furniTh


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


Of the city of St. Andrews,
Gotten up with great care by the
publisher, who has spared no pains
to prepare for the public a map of
St. Andrews as it really is. It shows
F'xtending eastward from Dyer's
toint, taking in the Old Town site of
St. Andrews, and gives location of
public"business places, private resi-
dences, docks, etc., also every lot in
eac block and the adjoining addi-
tio to the Cincinnati Company's
laid, with a full description of the
SThe Map will show owners of lots
iii the city just where they are lo-
cited, and is of value to those think-
ing of buying property.
Size of Map 30x50 Inches.
'1Ae BUOY will send this map to any
address on the receipt of


fStAn ntlrpws
and the
BayCou ntry.

We have mad-h e arrangements iby
which we can furnish this fine MAP
covering about eiglte.en miles square
of territory, including the Cincinnati
Company's Tract, also Harrison,
Parker, Cromanton, and adjacent
country, for
"By the aid of this map the location of
lands purchased of the Cincinnati
company can be easily ascertained,
6r, parties may send us $1 and their
description and we will locate their
lots and return the Map by miil.
Address TAE ILUOY,
S'~4 Andrews, Fla.
: Diseases CURED without the use .f
S nife Question Blank and Book free. Cal
or write D2. H. B. BUTTS,
22sM 5t. Loulsa, Mo.

i hy Hair Turns (ray.
Yankee Blade.
The coloring matter of the hair is
contained in little pigments at the
roots of each spear which depend
upon the general strength of the
system to keep them supplied. It
one becomes weak and debilitated
the coloring matter cannot be de-
posited last enough and the hair
loses its color. Sometimes w-hen
health and strength are returned to
the system the color returns to the
hair, for the pigment begins to work
more rapidly secreting the color-
lug material. If they are killed
however, nothing can induce tliemi to
renew their work, and the hair be-
come permanently gray.

A Dubious Compliment.
N. Y. Press.
"I used to think you were not a
man of your word, Joues, but I've
changed my mind."''
you understand me now,
friend Smith. But why did you
change your mind?"
"You remember that $10 you bor-
rowed from me?"
"Y;iu said if I lent it to you you
would be indebted to me forever?"

I "Well, you are keeping your word
like a man."-
Very Mean.

"Dinny, did you be radin' that
Rothschild's income is a pinny every
toinie the clock ticks?"
"Troth an' oi did. Wouldn't it be
a r.ane trick, now, if some blagyard
was toschnake in and stop his clock
fur him?" &

On the


Possible Notice.


Will be Given .Prompt Personal Attention.
W. H. Parker, -
Real Estate Deaier.
Parker, Fa:




Their Advantato Get Prices Before Orderin Els whLe.:
LEE WILLETT, Proprietor.


Pi* sburo-, -

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GENEA\ L Mi hL ANiDI ...
Ip the Store at Piti li/r,'. I, m.-i l. .* . I .,1 bv N. 'V PITT S & Si>N, .'"
which I propose t:.- 1 at the L'\\E I' Ll V ING.1 MA AR.IN OF P RO FI r.'
Recognizing the truth I. P. T. ,Lii. Ii's tIt 6 a.yingw thatY 'Y'un can tool
all of the people s.-.ine t' th1 l i.. tliic,. ai l i, ~~I 1e .. 1 : [,Iple :-.l .if tie tim e;
But You C:in't Fool A.5l df t ,' v .l'e All of the time,"
I propose to show \ ,..n ti. t y.. l' ii.. t Ir lu..', l .at :11l in pl nchasilg
yoar Dry Goods, t-i.. 'i .-.\. I',.\iills, or i;,ut :r lI in Suppl.lies.
My expenses ai.: v- iy. li-ghtIi': l.uillii._ ueie all built with a view to
convenience, com i.'_,t n;iIl the ci- l...n :i l b.mllir .ll- 1 "exte', ( i\e

aelleral Morchanlise and AFISH BUSINESS,
I have no profit-consuniing rents to pay, and I propose to give my patro '
the full benefit of all these advantages over my less fortunate competitors:

Headquarters on East Bay for- Sichooncr Nettie.-
Fine Water-Front and Other Lands for Sale!
Title only one remove. from theUnited States Government, and of course
I'ittsburg, Fla.
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Here I come again to thank my
customers for their liberal patronage,
and I will try to please them with

Good Materiel and Reasonable
0 A. 1 R. G E S
So call on
You will Find hint in the Postoffiee
building at Parker, ready at all times
to Repair Your Boots and Shoes.

ALarge Size Camera and Photog
rapher's Outfit.
With full Instructions for use.

Men who wear

Of all kinds and styles; you can.
Have them A MADE by measure,
Laundried in the best style,
and Warranted TOgive satisfaction.

WheL you ORDER, remember

is fle manuiaclturer.

The Old Reliable

Establrishesd3yeara. Treatsmnaleor emale,
married or single, In cases of exposure
p,- -ors o,3 i)ro pr9tles. MSMetL
CtJA&'NXLL..i). Board a,.-t apf.tflteei):
f. :r :i ""'n ; esro -r' es Lo .:.LC-

For information and free Handbook write to
Oldest bureau for securing patents in America.
Every patent taken out by us is brought before
the public by a notice given free of charge in the

fritatiiu inremicat
Largest circulation of any scientific paper In the
world. Splendidly illustrated. MI intelligent
man should be without it. Weekly,83.00 a
year; $1.50 six months. Address MUNN & CO0
PUBLISHERS, 361 Broadway. New York City,

ALiWAYS R EUABLn and perfectly SAFE. The same.
as used by thousands of women allover the United States
in the OLD DOCTOR'S private mail practice, for 88 years
and not a single bad result.
Money returned if not as represented. Send 4 cents
(tamp for sealed particulars.
DB. WARD INSTITUTE, 120 N. th St.. St. LOUSY. Mo.

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IF 80 SO,

Secure ie or ae Good Residence or Business


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Needing a tonic, or children who want build-
ing up, should take
It is pleasant; cures Malaria, Indigestion,
Biliousness, Liver Complaints and Neuralgia.

Bater's Hlaco Lino
Having recently purchased
An Eegant Hack,
Sam prepared to Carry Passengers to and
from Chipley, Vernon, Marianna and oth-
er points with Comfortaand expedition.

At Reasonable Prices.
Parties wishing to reach the Bay will be
met by appointment at Chipley, Marian-
na or other points. Address
ROB'T BAKER. St. Anrd'ews, Fla





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