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: February 14, 1895
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: VID00146
Source Institution: University of Florida
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ST. ANDREWS, FLA., FEB. 14, 1895.
ST. ANDREWS, FLA., FEIB. ]4. 1cq95.

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NO. 46.


aenoat Hon. am'l Pasco, Monticello;
Hou A'ilkiusun Call, Jacksonviile.
Representatives--1st District, S. R. Mal-.
lurr, Pensacula; :d District, M
Cooper, Jacksouvilie.
Land Office-Register. J. M. Barco; Re-
Receiver-N D Wainwright, Gainesville
Governor-Heo ry L. Matehell; Attorney
General Win. R. Laruar; Secretary of
late; J. L. Jrawford; Comptroller, W.
D. Bloxham; Commnissionur of Agricul-
ture, L. I. Womblwell; Superintendent
of Pulhlic Instructioii, W, N. Sheats;
Treasurer, C. B. C Alins; Justice of Su-
preme Court, R. F. Taylor, Tallahassee.
U S. S.NATriR.
First District-Wilkini(ma Call, Jackson-
ville; Second District, Saminul- Pasco.
Twenty-fifth District-A..onzo W. Wieks,
.s S i !qdcLaypToN pkut'Y.- '
R. Welles ChipiMv,
ge, D. 1. Melvin. \ crnoln;
lFrk of Court, Counil Clerk, Recorder
"of Deeds, W. B. I.asitter, Vernon;
Sheriff. C. G. Allen, Chlipley; Treasuirer,
R. C. Home, Chipll.y; Tax Collector, A.
Q. Jones, Vernon: Tax Assessor, A.
J.G(;V. of Public Insiiuctiun, W. L. Lockey;
Chiple ; Surveyor, Thos. Collins, Chip-
ST. ASonuDws.
justice of the Peace, C. H. Crippen;
Notary Public, Deputy Circuit Court
Clerk. R. D. Hopkins: School Super-
visor, Il. F. Brackin; Post Master, G.
B. Thompson
?ontmistress. Mrs. Ellimon.
?ostmistress, Annie R. Parker; Notary
Public, W. H.'Parker.
"?ostmaater, N. W. Pitts.

.4ut ries, E. Mosher, Frank Hoskins, F
B. Bell; Postmaster,' W. M. Croman;
County Commissioner, H. M. Spicer
Depiutv Clerk of Courts. S. T. W4lkley

One Dollar a Year in Advance.

PrO prieto:r.

Display ad rates 50c per inch per month.
Position and extraordinary condition
rates subject to special agreement.

Itf we Knew.
There are gem. of wondrous brightness
Oft times lying at our feet,
And we pass them, walking thoughtless
Down the busy crowded street;
If re kAew, o*% pace would slaken-
We would step more oft with care,
Lost our careless feet be treading
To the earth some jewel rare.
[f we knew ilht hearts are aching
For the cou'.ifrt w might bring;
If we knew what souls are yearning
For the isunsine we could ling;
It we knew ahat feet are weary
Walking Pathwtao s roughly laid;
We would quickly hasten forward,
Stretising forth our hands to aid.
If we knew what friends around us
Feel a want they never tell---
That some word we've lightly spoken
Pained or wounded where it fell;
We would speak in accents tender
To each friend we chanced to meet;
We would give to each one freely,
Smiles of sympathy so sweet.

The county seat of Holmes county,
Fia.,'has been removed from Cerro
Gordo to Westville.

Senatoy Pasco's speech in ti e
United States enate in tribute to
the late Senator Co.quit ot Georgia,
is a masterly and feeling memorial to
the "Hlero of Olustee" and does
credit to the Honorable Senator
from Florida, to whom the' Buoy is


Hundreds of Negroes Duped by
a Colored Brother.
The Times-Unlio had the follow-
ing dispatch from Marianna under
date of Feb. 4:
A most excitinig and at the same
time, pathetic scene was witnessed at
Cottoudale, Saturday.
Some fifteen or twenty days since,
one Willis Gordon, a negro, who
claimed to have been sent here to de-
vise ways by which the negroes could
get transportation to Liberia and
spend the remainder of tlh ir days in
luxury in their native land, went
hbout amimg ti emi poin." as a
I' etcher and as mitin a l
ImInknilown corporation that l7 em-e-
l,,ne-red him to provide a way in
which the negro race should be
transported to Liberia for the small
sum ot $1. This amortnt paid into
the hands of a committee whom they
w ou l select, woulH give each a pas-
sage to their native land. Gordon
would make appointments in tlhe
more densely populated negro dis-
tricts, and preach to then, asking at
the close of the services contribuitis,
as lie was to have none of the amount
paid to the committee for transporta-
tion purposes. He realized consid-
erable money front is heIarers and in
the course of ten or twelve days left,
saying lie would advise them when to
meet the train at Cottondale, the
nearest point The deluded negroes
began to equip themselves for the
trip-selling everything they pos-
sessed which would colnmmand monev.
All sacrifie.4i their effectst somn ra-

REL 1 GIOU indebted for a copy. alizing not more tiha 8 cents 1er
Y. P. S.C. E.-Prayer meeting at the
Presliylerian church every Sunday after Profits of Cotton Growing. busl'el for corn; 5 cents per pound-
joon at 3:30 o'clock. All are invited. Florida Citizen. for bacon, 20 cents for stock hogs,
Baptist Rev M5. J. Webb, Pastor,
preaches in the Methodist Church, corner As an offset to the clamor concern- front $1 to $2 for cattle, thns conm-
of Washing on avenue and Chestnut ig -'5 cent cotton," the experience pletelv divestmlg themselves of any-
street at 11 a. m. ind 6;45 p, m.. very
first aid third Sunday, priyernieeting of Mr. Beauregard Wilson, a Mlssis- thing of value to them.
every Friday r iiing at (6:4.. Church sippi cotton grower living niar Yazoo- After waiting for several days to
conler.rcc .ialiur"t% lietore fir-t 'Sundilay
at 3 p.mrr. iAtl'ii r very fourth Sun- City, has been given considerable hear front thle Messiah, and not learn-
dA% in each nmitlt lI .I11 a. A. nid 7:30 p,'iblicity. He is reported as having ing anything, one of the conmltittee
p. ill.; at Cronianton every secuod Sun- .
day norniing anil v einl. produced last year, with nine initles, was directed to take
Srv enth u.l ;:;.itist-Meets every Sat' :;'nlit bales of cotton, being an average !ii'l hni, it I''ii.le.. l1
irda at II o'clcl a. ill., courni. l \\i l v l -
)ine avenue an Lu \'icv, li... .; tt'il[ .n 'a 1....n. O ",[ -ule,. .t,-.W<. kyLihI'l 411101
aLe t ing saniu 'p ~ Tre r. c- l; I: '-- 1., 'l th I itutl!e. 11' ., '1 li ci rl, t .i '"I' iIlt e te
lit i:3t. "
I l'rfli.vte rial -t"-iu cli corner Loraine average of 5 cen s per pollmnd, iind tenlean retlrnet d ani
avenue and lr'l se street. lev. C I realized a net profit of $: u, ., or an i however, in the in t.i.t. -
ilade (ChlristiRiai pr..chlieii by petrnis- i" ..
ionu every alternlre indtv aat7:30 p.m. average of. $13.10;- per bale. Es- telegram was dropped in ITIm. r
Catholic-'Chucnhi .ii5r Wyoming re- *iumating tihe average weight of h is fi:e at Cottonldale, dated Bilrij.j
u d Fster bales at 450 pounds, the receipts lhami, Ala,, Jail. 25, 1895, from Wil-

wJ ft^f* y J L MP ''v-C I Cr i~C~I^ I-W
East, west and ouull I mail, via. Chipley de-
parts every day except Sulnday at 12:3(0
o'clock; arrives every day except Sun2
any at 12:00 p# in.
Atst Bay mail Ior Harrison, Cromanton,
Parker, Farmdale and Wetappo, leaves
St. Andreow going east every morning
at o'clock and arrives, coming west
every afternoon at 3 o'clock.
Norlh Bay (Anderson): ;Arives at St.
Andrews every Monday, Wednesda and
Friday, a.. m ; Returns to Anderson
sam) days at 1:30 p. mn.
aaint. c



Homeopathic Physician and Atc-
coucher. Office Pioneer Drug Store,
corner af Shell avenue and Michi-
Sgan street,
St. Andrews, Florida.

The Mlagnetic Physiciah.
Electric, Magnet i- and Ozone Baths
Office and residence one block north
of s'ear biat. landing.
Andrews, .- Florida.

k hry publicc for he State at Large. Of-
fice and residence,

Notary Public and auiveyor. Special at-
te,'tiuu .iven to all Notarial Lusiness
also to the Drawirn of Maps, Charts, etc
Parkrr. Fla

Watchmaker, Jeweler and Optician.
Office and salesroom in Geo. R:'s-
sell's store, corner of Bay View and
Wyoming ayonues.
st. Andres Florida

Notary Public.
and Deputy Circuit Clerk.
Office in the old real estate office opposite
BruaHkini's at,'r. Mal nolia street.

DOR DODD' OCire for,
EKv Osr of a horse should keep
It on and. It ma, save thea If of a
valuhabtleaimal. O.e paekLga wtll
eu ',ht tl'o lr n l l. Price 81.00.
Feblbo lkre s, murlla fr a.
c hloc.kinh uRCoT. lne hst.loP

from each bale were $22.50, of which
lhe above amount was profit andi
$9.33 Raxpense. *
The argument fiomii Mr. Wilson's
experience is that cotton can be
grown--at least, where he lives--
and sold at a profit, -it a price -far
less-than 5 cents; pr-' pound.
If the f'sets are as represented,
the cotton growers of the South need
loose no- sleep from fear. ".They
should avoid bo:-'owing money to
make cotton with, grow all of tlhe
crops that they possibly can for sub-
sistence, and make their cotton a
strictly surplus money produciL.
Then there will be no possibility of.
loss on it, even if the price sliall go
below 5 cents.

1'rofit in Waltut Planting.
A Tennessee newspaper,'the Milan
Hustler, tells how one 'Thomas L.
Walker, seventy-five years ago.
planted four walnuts on his father's
farm near Cedar Bluff, ten miles
,from Knoxville. Walker died ten
years ago, but had lived to see four
walnut trees grow to a measure of
four feet in diamfieter, worth' f cut
and seasoned, at least $400 each
Thereupon the Hustler argues that
had hie planted 300 walnuts on an
adjoining acre of ground, his hei rs
when lie died, would have been
$120,000 better off. To-day they
would have been $200,000 better off,
Had he planted ten acres. they
would be worth at least $2,000,000.
Had he planted 100 acres, and all
the treas reached an average size of'
three feet in diameter, tmid there is
no reason why they shouldn't, as
the land is fertile and impregnated
with lime, his heirs. and there are
only three living, would be worth
altogether $200,000,000. If he had
planted all the workout fields in
Tennessee in walnuts, it would be
the richest statp in the Union by far.

'The high e.-t salaries are usnaly
the last to be'reduced. That is the
way of this world. The little dog in
the fight gets the worst of it.

lis Gordon, stating that arrange-
meits had been mace to take the 2:10
train at Cottondale for Liberia, on
Saturday, Feb. 2. The following
day another telegram was placed in
tne postoffice verifying the first. .Oin
Saturday, ea'4y, the crowd began to
congregate. The old and young, the
strongg ai d deciepid-all with bag-
gage, dogs, cats, and imanv with
guns, assembled at Cottondale. The
crowd, it is estimated, numbered 3,-
000, all of whom, however, did not
intend to go, but to give' farewell t(,
Friends who were embarking for the
promni.ied land of ease and comftorf.
Sheriff Finlayson was called offi-
cially to Cottondalehl !n saturday, an(
soon realized the crowd had been de-
luded, but counsel was un availiitg.
It is reported he arose in the great
crowd and made a Riost eloquent ap-
peal to the singing mass to be quiet
and return to their houses. As-son
as the train arrived which they had
been informed was to bear then
away, another telegr:'ni (bogil s)
camnle fromit the ipostiffi.ce, ipurpirting
to have come ftronm Gordon, stating
that he had ieen disappointed amnd
that they could not be carried away
for five years yet. This enraged
those who had imaide every arrange-
mnent to go, besides Itmany V~njia-
thizers of the negr,.es were t.igeredl.
It was then repilrte dL tihat tile tiele-
gramns yeire bogus. The crowd be-
cane enraged and swore vengeance
against the author of the ihoguts tele-
The sheriff, reazlizig .the condii-
tion of affairs, stimmone I a posse to
assist him, and calling the cmnimi.-tee
who had been delegated with author-
ity to pni chase tickets .and who lhad
the nioney of about four hundred who
were to go, calmly told the committee
they had been. diluned and defrauded,
that no train or transportation had
Ieein arranged "or, and that he coni-
u:aunded themn to dlislper e. the crowd
in an hour or thy would be taken to
jail. The depot platform was piled
with beds, boxes, truits, dogs, cats

judlicously distributing advertising ter, he has lost caste with his follows
matter through numerous agents and with them. Only two or three men
Sa have been made aware of the statement
with wnlom we have co-operative ar- which acquitted him, but every one
rI gementis throughout the North, knows instinctively that he was saved
aiid tlhi-ugh the railroad authorities, by Nina Beaubien, and that in acdpt-
ing his release at her hands he had put
We (do most effective work, however, her to a cruel expense. Every man
after the prospector reached here, by among his brother officers knows in
O iV ac ii some way that he has been acquitted of
l ac a- having compromised Alice Renwick's
reacting his investigations and ex- fair fame only by an alibi that corre-
plaining conditions. .Ou'- experience pondingly harmed another. The fact
teaches us that the stranger, goin.g now generally known-that they were
un acc om panied into the country betrothed and that the engagement was
i ii ii openly announced-made no diflorence.
with lte anninucedt prlose of buy- Without being able to analyze his
ing a farl, is beset by rival owners, conduct, the regiment was satisfied that
all desirous of selling and each dis- it had been selfish and contemptible,
paraging the lands of all others, un- and that was enough to warrant giving
til he becomes convinced that none him the cold shoulder. He was quick
are desirable." to see and take the hit and in bitter
distress of mind to withdraw himself
A Pertinent Inquiry. from their companionship. He hadl
Truth. hoped and- expected that his eagerness
"I r c s of c- to go with them on the wild and sudden
Campaign would reinstate him in their
ligation," said the poetically inclined good graces, but itfailed utterly. "Any
WVester.:er. man would seek that," was the verdi<.t
"I wonder how long he was ini of the informal council held by the offi-
cers. "He would have been a poltroon
foi," remarked the man who did not if he hadn't sought to go, but while he
like him, "or didn't lie serve his full isn't a~oltroon he has done a contempt-
teIn?" ible thing." And so it stood. Rollins
had out him dead, refused his hand and

and bundles hidling fri'in view the bix \
cars upon the track. There was a
disposition among a few of the ne- *
groes to disobey the orders of the -
sheriff, but a plir of handcuffs were '
placed upon one of the most vocifer- .
ous of the leaders. The disappoint-1
edt mass then re'ilized their condition, ;
became very quite and began to dis- \
perse. Many negiroe are without f .
homes, provision or anything save -
.. ,- A.... ".-
a few ,ags and dogs anI ill inev- ,. 5_**'. ., '^ -,.
itably suffer n Ple-~ n.one unforeseen cOp'RtfGT 18ns4 [Yv THA
r lief conims to lient.
They were told bv Goronl. the em- [CONTINUED.]
issary, that in 'Lileria there was a CHAPTER XVII.
la.ke of hoIney, a-rond Ithe boilers ol'i Under the cloud I heavens, utderthe
., w starlit tski.:, I1 ..4i,: i t r. : ful deow
h u r tit..- .^ yi;^ v.t .that l. ,ots th..- upl l *: :,-r .1 ...,; u'
mle ltr e 1Nl, ti 1, hitlt Ii the bunch g .ai T!h..t : ., ',. :l I. -ih-.
w,,ull lall intoIlll ll day i:, i.al t le...g all de r;ay ;th'e s-;o.um-
mer sun, a little cohli .u oi infant~i'7 i
would h;ve iiottinig to oi,, but reacli swinging steadily so:ithv!:a- i'ng
and geo it and eat their fill; that potat- and toilsome has beon t.-, mi... :',; :Lt,
toes grow so large that one eull could dusty and parchg int :. .vo
been few and ifar Lci,.e:;, a:;d c-.ry
be roasted. while the other was grow- man, from the colonel dcoi., i; co ted
ing, and all such unreasonable and with a gray mask of pr;v cJd al:.iKi,
false statements the contribution of a two hcu's' tr;:. p
through Dead Man's cai-yon jni;t b.fxro
The whites were not interested to the sun went down. Now, however,
any extent, feeling that iii the abu- they are climbhin t!;- range. The ijir-
f tl in l row will bring thieu to the biro; .' rand
country manyl could be spareIl, ilnd there they must have newv. Oic- r;iand
while some of the better Inogroes men are footsore qud w.rery, 1,.t no ole
Sbegs for rest. Colonel Mlas. a. riding
would have gone, the majority and ahead on a sorry hak 1L i,ic: :d up at
those who had arranged to go, were -the station two days' long march ';bviiid
that class who have been initeI as them, is eager to reac:i 1o !:ing; it
Forest Glade before ordering bivouac
worthless and improvident, anid would for the night. A week agone no one
have been a (od send to both races who saw him at Sablon would have
had they gone. thought the colonel fit f(' a march iLo
S- . this, but he seems rcjuo-rcAiat. 19i head
The latest report is that possibly is high, his eye as bright, his: boarilg
a portion of the more etlhu.iatiastic as full ofspirit as man's could posilily
will leave t0o somewhere, aiil cue Of' be at 60, and the whole regime :t chcoercd
him when he caught tie eol in at'
the leaders, realizing thai the Omaha. A talk with Ciht:'er a:id Ar-
*priject was a failure, left on the first mitage seemed to have madol a ncwvlinmln
rain for South Floriaof him, and tonight he is full cf Jan cu-
train for South t hflrda.:
ergy that inspires the cuti'e ,cn -aud.
Though they were flarthcr av.-::y 'thlan
I[MMIGRATION TO THE SOUTH many other troops ordered to th:e c'te,
____the fact that their station vwas on i.e
railway, and that they coual, b :-;at by
Spine Practical Suggestions special trains to Omaha and thaioe to
Worthy of Consideratiol. the west, enabled them to bc-,in their
Pensacola News. rescue march ahead of all the otlier foot
Along tihe line of immigration to troops and behind only the powerful
the h wc ii o command of cavalry th:.t was whirled
the Solth which is iow b-,iug en- to the scene the ..o....t t a;:itoa
to the scene the i..- .. the a:I-I',I-tie>s
curagedl in e\viry section, the Louis- woke up to the fact that it should h:.vo
ville and N 'hville railoiadt con- been sent in the fir~t Iplace. Old \i y-
t es itsc, nard wiouMli. his very :rs togto t
tiles its .c organized i I, ""i Th orntoLn's corral :eady of tie: i1, it

i l. I w \ ithe besieged, but ouce thore will ba
nat :oi ..talit of tin i a e ve moa-
hi in tat fr)m,.- :h.11 t1ell him .tc ---th
eig about were there and the re will inne rbe d e
itl f ths ave eeivi Even then, he knows, and iso theyo
over 1 letters, aig springfields will be neep, ed. The cavalry
i K", t .k pase cullative can fight their wayhin to the succor of
-og .ive l at tou- the besieged, but once thore will be
SNrthwstra themselves surrounded and too few in
hou numbers to begin aggressive move-
ers are inquiring about lz, i. section. ments. He and his will indeed be wel-
Vithe tint four intl s I have received come re-enforcements, and so they
over 1,000 letters, asking for intor- trudge ahead.
SThe moon is up,a nd it is nee rly 10
nation. Not a week passes but that o'clock when, high up on tled rolling
progreasive settlers call at o o office, divide, the springs are reached, and,
lies faims wii fifty n o barely waiting to quench their thirst in
and we have been scceful in a the cooling waters, the wearied men roll
tipg a number of good citizens. From themselves in their blankets under the
the present outlook we will, during giant trees, and guarded by a few out-
lying pickets are soon asleep. Most of
the first half of this year, be instru- the officers have sprawled around a lit-
iental in settling hundreds ofg a fi tie fire and are burning their boot
sello fr a stim within fifty e ies e leather threat. The colonel, his adju-
lies on s t me i switching fy e of pice l tant and the doctor har curled up under
Chattanooga. a tent fly that serves by day as a wrap
"Oa r practical ent, rk along this for the rations and cooking kit they
line ay make the details of fo op- carry on pack mule. Two c. pany
commaffic der-r, he of the Alpha and Omega ofo
eratio interesting, the 10, as aje r his slot dubbed thr om-
hIn the first place ,it is our custom the senior and junior in rank, ( ..,..- .r
aerd Armitagoe by nam, have rolled
to take agreements from persons de- themselves in their blankets under an-
sirigle to sell lands, fixing a price at other tekin fy and are chattig. in low
which they obligate themselves to tones before drthough hoping off to lp. They
have been inseparable 0o the journey
sell for a stipulated time, This ire- thus far, and the cokanell:has had two or
,'en s the increasing of price when a three long talks with them, iut who
trade is imminent, and assures the knows what the morrow may bring the
ds t forth? There is still mnd hto at:li. One
buyers the owner's lowest figure. officer, he of the-guaud, is still afoot
By v ga',,usly pushing our. efforts and trudging about ao :; !,o trees,
we haVe listed in this manner 575 looking after his scntrle-. ~A n'r ci-
cer, also alone, is sitting in silence
desirable harms. We are bringing smoking a pipe. It is iur. Jerrold.
these places to the attention of thi Cleared though he is of the charges
originally brought against him in the
people we will wish to interest by minds of his colonel and Captain Ches-

in 1 !:-:, 1.:- d V .. r ?. i:b; hi n
who had th :i..'c i1 ;.f .:.i'l ibles and
weaknesses like other men and were ag-
gressive or compliant, strong willed or
yielding, .-\ il....irl;n or meek, as arc
their brethren in other walks of life;
men who were simple in heart, single
in purpose and :.aibiti-.o, diverse in
characteristics, but unanimous-in one
trait-no meanness could live among
them-and Jerrold's heart sank within
him, colder, lower, stonier than before,
as he looked from face to face and cast
up mentally the sum of each man's
His hospitality had been boundless,
his bounty lavish; one and all they had
eaten of his loaf and drink of his cup,
but was thera among them one who
could say of him, "Ho is generous, and
I stand his friend?" Was there ono of
them, one of tlpeirs, for whom he had
ever denied himself a pleasure, great or
small? Ho looked at poor old Gray, with
his wrinkled, anxious face, and thought
of his distreT-s of mind. Only a few
thousands-not three years' pay-had
the veteran scraped and saved and stored
away for his little girl, whose heart
was aching with its first cruel sorrow-
his work, his .i- :l:!:, his cursed, self-
ish greed for .adulation, his reckless
love of love. The morrow's battle, if
it came, might leave hor orphaned and
alone, ani, :p)or as it was, a father's
pitying symnp:r-tiy could not be her help
with the coming ye:r. Would Gray
mourn him if the fortune of war made
him the victim? Would any one of those
averted faces look with pity !(and regret
upon hris stiffcuing forin? Would there
be any one on earth to whom his death
would be a sorrow but Nina? Would
it even be a blow to her? She loved him
wildly, he knew that, but would she
were she to dream the truth? He knew
her nature well. He knew how quickly
such burning love could turn to fiercest
hate when convinced that'the object was
utterly untrue. He had said nothing to
her of the photograph, nothing at all of
Alice, except to protest time and again
that his attentions to her were solely to
win the good will of the colonel's fam-
ily and of the colonel himself, so that
he might be proof against the machina-
tions of his foes. And yet had he not
that very night on which he crossed the
stream and let her peril her name and
honor for one stolen interview-had he
not gone to her exultant welcome with
a traitorous knowledge gnawing at his
heart? That very night, before they
parted at the colonel's door, had he not
lied to Alice oenwick, had lie not de-
nied the story of his devotion to Miss
Beaubien, and was not his practiced
eye watching eagerly the beautiful
dark face for one sign that the news
was welcome and so precipitate the
.avowal trembling on his lips that it
was her he madly loved-not Nina?
Though she hurriedly bade him good
night, though she was unprepared for
any such announcement, he well knew
that Alice Ronwick's heart fluttered at
the earnestness of his manner, and that
he had indicated far more than he had
Fear, not love, had drawn him to
Nina Beaubien that night, and hope
had centered on her more beautiful

I.' intty, c.n'vict'ed in I '1.4-1 of man- a
slaughter in the third degree, and d
sentenced, to state prison for thrme-
years, sentence commuted to exUire
March 1, 1895,
Eli Adams, of Santa Rosa county,
convicted in 1887 of murder in the
second degree, .and sentenced to
state prison for life, granted a full
and complete pardon.
George Bostwick, a justice of the
peace for Marion county, convicted
in 1887 of larceny, and fined $5 and
costs. Fine and costs having been
paid, he is restored to all the rights
of citizenship thereby forfeited.

Scotland at the Head.
Florida Citizen.
Of all the countries in N arthern
Europe, tl:ere is the greatest intelec-
tual activity in Scotland. The his-
tory of its arms, discoveries, inven-
tions, c:mnmerce, manufacturer, phil-
osophy, and literature shows this to
be the case. In a country almost
destitute of natural resources, with
soil nearly barren, and a most un-
favorable climate, its people have
acquired enorimonts weatli. Edin-
bnrg is called the Athens of Europe.
On the Clyde or val and merchant
slips are built for every country in
the world. Not long siT''-
war for elCven different governments
were beifig constrtucd, in as many
adjoining yards.

Carrabelle's Light- House.
Work on the light-house fio- Car-
rabelle harbor is progressing. It is
located at Pickett's fishery, three
miles west of Carrabelle It will b'-
a flash-light, of the latest improved
pattern, and will rest on an iron
trame niuety-six feet iir hight. A
portion of the frame work, which
weighs eighty tons, has arrived_. at
Cari-abelle. The work is to be comn.
pleted by May.

It is said, remarks the Lake Region
Sun of Lakelantd, that whi e some
1rtics were digging a 'well at Los
Averilla, in this county they struck
oil It seems to be -a complete oil
spring bubblitrg and coming front
somewhere below tl e surface. t
has been pronounced by a pmrty
that is familiar with the Peni-0'l;-;,
nia oil wells to be of the same char-

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rival when tive ldscoverles of tle nighb
involved him in the first trembling
symptoms of the downfall to oaUe.
And he was to have spent the morning
S ". :'--' with her, the woman to whom he had
lied in wor, while she towhomn h had
S- lied in word and deed was going from
'.'Y^ ",-7;*+"/> him, not to return until'the german,;
S'' nd even then he planlied treachery
/ -' 'He meant to lead with Alioo Renwidk
S and claim that it must be with the oolo-
.,_ i \, ; \. nel's daughter because the ladies of
S- the garrison were the givers Then he
,.- .- knew Nina would not come at all and
''possibly might quarrel with him rti
A' -'-". ''' --^-. ""4-'1,' that ground. What could have bean am
S easier solution of his troublous predica-'
B.LIPPIu'NCrT CO. ment? She would break their secret en;
.,oueu nmn a chance to explain. "'Tell gagement; he would refuse all roonooiH-
him he can't explain,'' was the savage action and 1-e free to dTeoto himself to
hinh can'tAlice. But all these grave complicaM
,reply he sent by the adjutant, who con- Ice; had a- n. Se gr.i 1ome.
sented to carry Jerrold's message in ti had a-isen. Ali'ce woid not coma
order that he might have fair play. Nina .-ote d-& ending that "he should e
He knows, without i p.li;hatih,', the .t td with ~ r and that he ho-nld meet
wi.-,ug lI has done to more than one. I herat St. and th amethe
won't have :l:-;.i:, ri do wilh him." crash. ic' al >d h" s safty to her selL
Oti. r, avoided him and only coldly &acriflee andn lmw givAp ll hope
spoke to J.i,,. whoun speech was neces- of Aliqe Renwick. He hld accepted the
sary. Ce. i re: i in ith m rked announcement of their engagement. He
avric; ce: i : t look at could not do less aft r all that. had hap
--"1 "'- look' at
hlin; only . ,-1: ; ~ ,ilu-had opened and the painful sone at their
a doccntordt w ;ord f i :t :' te, and parting. And yet would it not be a
even he wu eF-I .o .' Thoe most blessing to her if he were killed? Even.
,envied anid c:,et:-.: cf it 1- c:.tlre corm- now in his self abhlngatiou and misery
manu, the Al:unui, 1' 1-I: l.- i t:i crack he did not illy realize how ieanl he
shot, the graceful ];-d-,-r in allgarrison was-how mean he seemed to others.
gayeties, the beautiful d:mcer, .rider, He resented in his heart what Sloat had
tennis player, the adored of so many said of him but the day before, little
sentimental women at Sibley, poor Jer- caring whether he heard it or not: "It
rold had found his level, and his proud would be a mercy to that poor girl if
and sensitive though selfish heart was Jerrold were killed. Ho will break her
breaking. heart with niio,-'t., or drive her mad
Sitting alone under the tree, he Miad with jea'louy inside of a year." Btu
taken a sheet of paper from ,his pocket- the regiment seemed to agree with
case and was writing by the light of the Sloat.
rising moon. One letter was short and And so in all that little band of eon-
easily written, for, with a few words, rades he could call no m.xn fricod. One
he had brought it to a close, then fold- after another he looked upon the unoon-
ed and in a bold and vigorous hand- ad- scions faces, cold and averted in the ob-
dressed it. The other was far longer, livion of sleep, but not more cold, aqoi
and over this one, thinking deeply, more distrustful, than when he had.
erasing some words and pondering much vainly sought among them one roleuing
over others, he spent a long hour. It glance in the, early moonlight that bat-
was nearly midnight, and he was chilled tle eve in bivouac. He threw his arms
to the heart when he stiffly rose and upward, shook his head, with hopeless
took his way among the blanketed gesture, then buried his face in the
groups to the campfire, around which sleeves of his rough campaign overcoat
so many of his wearied comrades were and stroke blundlY from their midst.
sleeping the sleep of the tired soldier. [T) nBE c NTIN, fo.]
Here he tore to-fragments and scattered
in the embers some notes and letters Convis Pd by e
mConvicts Pardloned by tlhe State
that were in his pockets. They blazed n
up brightly, and by the -glare he stood 4l o.
one moment studying young Rollins' The state board of paidons has
smooth and placid features. Then he passed upon applications in the f l-
looked around on the unconscious circle
of bronzed and bearded faces. There lowing cases:
were many types of soldier there-men Harry Gwynn, of 1lill.s1orouglfi
who had 1I 11. ;... t.r.uigh the great county, convicted in 1193 of assault
war and gone back to the humble bare .
of the line.oficer at its close; men who with inten to rape, and sentenced t
ha il d i. ir,-: .l!t.- aL.. i:j-.- in., armI 1 -.t:e :' ii .i 1, rfi\ y.'ea', granted i
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NoTE.-It must be remembered that the
wind is not a woolly reliable motive pow-
er and if the sailors sometimes find it im-
possible to make schedule time it runs t be
charged to the elements; they do the best
they can.

Gulf Terminal

And Navigation Co.


The Stanch Sife-Whlcl Steamer

Capt. .- B. Sbh i't,

Every Monday
t Making Landings each way at

Unlimited Freight Capacity!
And Careful Attention to Con-
Licensed to Carry
50 PASSE1q5 1 1 -:S
Parties desiring to reach St. An-
drews via Carrabelle, take C. T. &
G. R. R. at Tallahassee, connecting
with boat at Carrabelle Thursday
noon, arriving at St. .ndrews Friday.
H. A. DORR, Gen'l Agt.

Makes regular trips between Pittsburg on
East Bay and Pensacola; will make reg-
-.lar landings at Cromanton and Har-
rison, Parker and at any other point
when requested beforehand to do so.
Passengers and freight transported at
reasonable rates and satisfaction guar-
anteed. The Peoole's Store at Pitts-
burg is headquarters and orders left
there will receive prompt and careful
attention. N. W. PITTa, Proprietor.

'The schooner Nettie retu'"ned from
Pensacola, Satnrday, having been
Super the ways at Blagdad and thor-
S.ilrgv. erlailed and put in prime
heeworthly ,i liti,.n. Ye.-tei Ia v
she sailed -
! :. il $ilaK' i .
crew, fish for unn niMnS red, s.'t[>[,er
During the seast,. .
-'-- The Cleopatia arrived from Pen-
sacola, Saturday, with a cargo of
freight for her owners, L. M. Ware
& Co.
The ,Jesse :. sailed from Pittsbnurg
for Pensacola, Saturday, touching at
St Andrews, from whence she depart-
ed Sunday morning.
The Crawford sailed for Pensacola
yesterday, her cargo consisting of
iced fish and several barrels of syrnp.

For 1894 are now due and will
become delinquent April 1. 1895
Owners of lots anii lands in the vi-
cinity of St. Andrews Bay shiouli
govern themselves accordingly,

THE BLOOD is the source of
health. Take Hood's Sarsaparilla to
keepit pure and rich. Be sure to get

A Week's Weather.
The following table shows what tlie
temperature at St. Andrews lias beenI
during tihe past week, from observations
takenn at tile r'oy. office each morning
and noon :
Morn. Noon.
Thursay,....... Jan. 24 58 46
,Friday ........ .. 3. 14 :U
Saturday........ 26 2 37
Sunday. ._. 27 30 45
SMoildsy." 38 40 52
'uesdv ...'. 9 42 44
Wednesady...... 30 29 38


H 0TE L.
J. .T Bondurant, Proprieter.
The only Hotel, especially fitted up
ma such in town.
Close to and in plain view of the Bay
Price sMo derate.
And every attention palu to comfort
of guests~


L ewis Honues

the Place for Passengers
Going to and from St. Amndrews Bay.

Booms Comfortable!

Terms Reasoallabe!


-Everything in the jewelry line
at Russell's.
-Nice bread, pies and cakes, fresh
every day at Russell's store.
-Don't forget the entertainment
at Ware's Hall tonight, (Thursday.)
-No person interested in West
Florida can afford to he without the Buor.
-Fresh pork sausage-Home
made constantly on sale at Pioneer Drug
-Legal cap, commin'cial note
letter-head papers and envelopes, either
printed or plain at the Buoy office.
-If you are out of work attnd want
profitable employment, write to the Na-
tional Co., 4th and Locust St, Louis, Mo,
-For sale-a very good pair of
work oxen; cheap and on easy terms, with
acceptable security. Apuly at the BUoY
--There will be a total eclipse of
the moon. beginning at 8 o'clock and end-
ing at half-past 10 on March 10, next.
Don't forget the date of the interesting
-The Washington Co. Guide is
the proud possessor of the tail sting and
mouth of one of the la-gest stingrays ever
captured at St. Andrews Bay, weighing
over 300 pounds.
--Our correspondents will please
bear in mind that their favors must be
mailed earty enough to roach us not later
than Monday Evening: otherwise they
cannot appear In the current issue.
-Tax Collceto Jones finding it
expedient to give the tax payers of St.
Andrews the benefit of his presence here
another day, has promised to do so, and
will announce through ths Buroy later, on
what date he will be here to receive
-The Buoy is informed that Mr.
R. E. Bonauratt of Atlanta,- Ga., will in
about two weeks join his son, J. T. Boo-
durant, here, and the work of repairing
and improving the Swan Crest-Hotel will
be commenced at once and push :d to an
early completion.
-At the meeting of the Board
of Directors of the St. A. B. Hort &
Imp. Ass'n, last Friday, the officers of last
year were, without change re-elected to
fill the respective positions for another
year. The affairs of the association were
shown- to be in a flourishing condition.
-Unfortunate was the family or
fireside caught without a good woodpile
on Friday last, and the big-hearted men
who came to our rescue will be remem-
bered with gratitude, and their names,
which are G. W. Surber and Robert. Baker
will go down in history as benefactors of
the BuoY.
--It seems that it is not generally
known that deeds are null and void unless
recorded within six months after date-so
says the statute. R. D. Hopkins, notary
FL ilic aill receive and have deeds record-
eJ aiid rell.rre'd wiltht extra cost. So
L,.-'! u rA inm in tim e. '" .' ''' '
-Edward B13llamn may wri e or
co-operative stores and establishments
conducted by the general people for their
welfare, but there is no store where the
general public can get more courteous
treatment or better and cheaper goods
than at the People's 'tore. Pittsburg,Fia.
N. W. Pitts, proprietor.
--Aplalachicola Times: John Jel-
ich sold a quart of oysters a few days
since for ten cents, and after filling the
measure with bivalves laid an o ster on
the top of the others that weighed three
and one-half ounces. This oyster to some
people may he a whopper, but there are
many in this bay that will weigh much
-Tle Calhoun News announces
the marriage of Mr. D. IR. Keyes and Miss
Bettie Stratford at Wewahitchka on Wed-
nesday evening, Jaiinuary 30. The BuoY,
in common with a host of St. Andrews
friends, wishes its esteemed former towns-
man a long life of unalloyod happiness
and congratulates the bride upon winning
a gentleman universally respected in St.
-Great preparations have been

made tor the festival to be given to-night
under the auspices of the Woman'p Aid
Society. The success of their ormer ef-
'orts inspires confidence in anything they
undertake. Besides, the etire communi-
ty seems to be willingly aiding to make
this the event of the season. In ihe event
of the weather continuing cold, arrange-
ments have been made for comfortably
heating tne hall.
-F-or an orange grove, tract, a
truck and vegetable tract, a delightful
residence location or a business site, no
more desirable point can be found in West
Florida than at Parker on East Bay, and
W. H.Parker, the Parker real estate dea;L-
er can suit any one in either of the named
features and at prices that puts them with-
in reach of. th most moderate means.
Correspondence of the BooY.
-The taxes for all those pPr'sons
who have credits on the Buoy's tax hook
will be paid now in a very few days.
Those who have.no credits and desire to
have their taxes attended to had chest re-
mi' at once, as no tax will le paid unless
the funds are in hand for the purpose.
Even though the amount may be small we
cannot afford to advance it. Our friends
will please govern themselves acco rdingly
-Since Messrs. A. S. Barnes &
Co. of New York disposed of their interest
in the publication of school books, which
made their name familiar to neariy every
one, they have been devoting themselves
to the publication of miscellaneous books
and the manufacture of Barnes' Ink, an
excellent school and business ink, suita-
ble for all necessities. Their long estab-
lished reputation is a sufficient guarantee
hat their ink is .as represented, as "good
as is produced in this country, a..d can
b obtained in large or small quantities
from any bookseller or stationer and is
well worthy of a trial.

Hood's is Good

Makes Pure Blood

Scrofula Thoroughly "Eradicated.
"C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass,;
"It Is with pleasure that I give you the detalls
of our little May's sickness and her return to
health by the use of Hood's Sarsaparilla. She
was taken down with
Fever and a Bad Cough.
Following this a sore came on her right side be-
tween the two lower ribs. In a short time an-
other broke on the left side. She'would take
spells of sore mouth and when we had succeed-
ed in overcoming this she would suffer with at-
tacks of high fever and expel bloody looking
corruption. Her head as affect. I and matter
oozed from her ears. After each attack she be-

1100d'sSP Cures
came worse and all treatment failed to give her
relief until we began to use Hood's Sarsaparilla,
After she had taken one-half bottle we could see
that she was better. We continued until she
had taken three bottles. Now she looks like
The Bloom of Health
and is fat as a pig. We feel grateful, and cannot
say too much in favor of Hood's Sarsaparilla."
MRs. A. M. ADAms, Inman, Tennessee.
Hood's Pills act'*asily, yet promptly and
efficiently, on the liver and bowels. 25c.

-The Loyal Temperance Legion
meets every Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock
--i'e finest stock of valenitnoes
ever offered for sale in St. Andrews now
in stock at the Pic neer Drug store.
-The W. C. T. U. meets regu-
larly every alternate Friday afternoon at
3 o'clock. All ladies interested in the
work are cordially invited to attend.
-A meeting for prayer, praise and
bible study will hereafter be held in the
Methodst church every Friday evening at
7 o'clock. Subjects will tolloatthe Inter-
national Sunday school lessons.
-The Y. P. S. C. E. meets every'
Sunday afternoon at 3:30, and a prayer
meeting every Thursday evening at the
Presbyterian church. The subject for
Feb. 17: "Lessons from the Parable of the
Good Samaritan.' Luke 10: 25-27; Social
singing fifteen minutes, commencing at
3:15. Everybody invited.

-For Aligator teeth and shell
jewelry, call on I. J. Hughes.
-White and red onion sets at 15c
per quart at the Pioneer Drug Store.
-If you are thinking of buying
property in St. Andrews or imtnediate vi-
,. ,i o.. i'.,,,,,,,t :y ,lfi .ird t, i t l ] ,._,~ 11r1, I
,..... r-a.--- jr
ili. li it
. i.n ion r of "gr'icui ture. has a (;i :n-
!.ty of' iuim ol ted Sea 'Island (otlton :zv(d
!'fr free distribution in sim ll lits to fi, rin-
'r who desire to try thnm h s .it; .- .
in n t.
-Tilno nm:nv friends of Mr. ,l',i
I-. Thompson, of the firm of L. M. W.Are
& Co., will regret to lea-; thatI he is caon-
fined to his bed by serious illness, v hare
Dr. Mitchell, who is attending hin says
fie inius remain for ten dlays, at lea,.t.
-A geltlemnaan of St. Aniil r\. s
who makes no pretensioHn to Ieiing
'ceaithy, authorizes the Buor to sav that
I.e Will subscriibe and pay Ior $1,000 worth
of stock in an electric railroad from St.
Andreicws to Chiplcy. and for even a
grt'ater amount, if by so doing the build-
ing of the road can lbe insured.
--W. .Shandls' staudiiig in\it:i-
lion to visit his.store at Parker iswell
worthy of consideration. He is less an:-
_!Iilious to accumulate a fortune ill tlhe
nmercalntile business than to build up a
growing and lasting trade, hence his
prices are keot at the lowest margin of
of profit and his sales are corresponding-
ly complimentary to his wisdom.

Mrs. T. C. Daillford, who for sev-
eral months had been visiting rel-a-
tiyrs amid friends in Texas, was a
retnriming passenger on the Gov. Jno.
A. Dix from Mobile.
'Tanpa T imes, Feb. 5: E. A.
Washburn. of Chicago, has puir-
chased thie Troy steam laundry amid
will give it hi!s personal attention,
bringing it up to the requirements of
thle city. He will bring experienced
help t'rmu Chicago and intends to do
first class work. He will take pos-

session next Mondlay.

The negro, Willis Gordon, who
successfully duped the colored people
of Jackson county with his Liberia
scheme was captured at Milton on
the 6th inst., and $600 was found
upon his person. He was taken to
Cottondale to face his victims and a
report of liiv subsequent treatte .t is
not yet received.

Florida Commissioners To Meet,
A meeting of the Florida comnission-
ers to the Cotton States and Internation-
al Exposition will be held iu Jackonville
on February 16, The work before this
meeting will be- o devise ways and means
for a fine exhibit from the State o'
Florida. The commissioners are endeav-
oring to put before the public the advant-
ages which will be gained by a full an'i
complete exhibit of the State's rcfources
at this exposition. The commissioners
who have been appointed by the Govenor
art J. E. Ingrahani of St. Augustine, \V.
D. Chipley of Pensacola and S. Paul
3rowni of Jakckioivilleh,

The Lost Blys of East Ba y

SoaN(-By 1arry MI. Evans.
Written for the Buor.
There's a story so sad,
I'm about to rate,
Of a ship that has left here
And gone to her fate;
Of the fatherless children
And mothers who wait,
For news of their loved ones,
And their hard, cruel fate.
Oh, your hearts turn toward them
In pity I know,
When the surf be its loud
And the stormy winds blow;
Let their friend look toward
Where their spirits today
Look down on their sad homes
On the shores of East Bay.
'Twas the year ninety-four
On an October day,
They sailed from their homes
On the shores o: East Bay.
N' t a thought of their fate,
When a "Good bye" they'd say
As they each kissed some dear one
And then sailed from the hay.
Re, ilain i-
t.ou i-arlede'nd lbrd.
And nothing they dread
Like the cries of their children
For clothing and bread
But these kind-hearted men
Will go out never more
In struggle to drive
The grim wolf from the door.
But the saddest of all
Is the tale I now tell;
How the storm swept Sand Island
With the fury of hell. -
How the wild raging sea
Claimed-as victims that day,
The sixteen poor boys
From the shores of East Bay..
God -pity those .iomes
That in sadness are left-
Of a brother, a father,
Or a husband bereft;
Many a vacant chair, friends,
You can see there today,
In the heart-brokei homes
On the shores of East B-'y.
Oh, that mother who 's left
Without husband or sons
To cheer her at eveninmei
When the day's work is done;
As the days quickly pass
And the years roll away,
Letus Join heroin prayer,
Fo tihe lost boys of East Bay.

St. Andrews Bay, Fiorida
'Wil soon ,w open to the public fully
equi '.--d f'm tile'u comfi, j )f visitors.
attend ce.
Bay were
pleasures of l
be enjoyed.
The blue waves glitter, Eme sunlight
crisped by thesoft light breezes into
rippling life, dashing on to the beach
full of vigor. Nowhere can invalids
find more quiet and restful quarters.
Nowhere can tourists find more genial
surroundings than in this home fitted
purposely with a view to the pleasures
and entertainment of its guests.
St. Andrews is three parts an island;
for the waters of the Bay curl round it
lovingly, backed by wooded slopes that
keep off the north and east winds--a
hidden balmy place; towering oaks
hang with moss and jessamine stand
like noble sentinels, and when filled
with the ring of song birds, make it a
spot of nature, calm and holy. The
-gulf breezes are enjoyed at all times
making it a lovely summer resort.
Shells of many varieties can be gath-
ered on the gulf beach. Sailing and
boating on the clear waters are al-
ways safe. Fish of all kinds and oysters
in abundance form a cuisine not to be
surpassed; while game is in plenty and
will attract epicures. Those who try
one season in this lovely spot, as a rest-

ing place or. as a -health restorative,
will never forget its many advantages.
The proprietor, Mr. Bondurant, from
Atlanta. Ga., will associate with him-
self a New York lady who thoroughly
understands the needs of lady patrons,
socially and otherwise. Mr. Bondurant
will run a line of hacks to Chipley, for
the comfort of his guests, thus entirely
overcoming the long delays in Pensa-
cola and Mobile, as well as the discom-
forts of the gulf passage.
I will be at the following places on
the days and dates mentioned below
for the purpose of receiving tax re-
tnrns for the year 1895:
Econfina, rTesday, February 19.
Davis Mill, Wednesday, Feb. 20.
Chipley, Thursday and Saturday,
february 21 and 23.
Caryville, Friday, February 22.
Poplar Head, Monday, Feb. 25.
Vernon, Tuesday, February 26.
Millers Ferry P. O., Thursday,
February 28.
Pt. Washington, Sat. March 2.
Green Head, Monday, March 4.
Pleasant Hill, Tuesday, March 5.
Grassy Point, Thursday; March 7.
Parker, Friday, March 8.
St. Andrews, Saturdav, March 9.
West Bay, Tuesday, March 12.
A. J. GAY, Tax Asisessor.

what Hood's Sarsaparilla D bat
tells the story of its merit and l-a
Remember UO fD'LLA ftUBeas

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We want several live, wide-awake
can vasscrs to represent the Buoy, in
connection with the National News-
paper Uuion. The work is new,
Iupnular, and very profitable, requir-
ing neither capital nor previous ex-
periernc. It is worth looking after,
and if you want a real good thing inl
the way ,f light, pleasant and p:rfit-
able enmloyvnl nti it will pay you to,
investigate at once. TirThre is toloney
in it for hustlers. Wlite for partic-
ulars to
St. Louis, Mo.

Repairin g

Having provided myself with the ibc-
essary tools and material to repair

SBoots.and Shoes, l series
My services are offered to the citizen W
of St. Andrews Bay, with the assur-
ance that all work will be neat and
bibstatntitl amd at reasonable price I
Resident .. S. Grant street, two. M I
blo Brackiin's store; or

JtOuIN GLOYER. l: ~LI'.,' VAhilb! L't k) ,)F

kor Men Oly. Apples, Pears, PEACHES. Plums, Apricots, CHIRRIES,
iiul. berries, Pecans, Figs. Etc.. Etc.
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Jan. 25, 1895.
Notice is hereby given that the follow-
ing-named settler has filed notice of his in-
Stention to make final prooi' in support of
his claim,and that said proof will be made
before clerk of thevircuit court at Vernon,
Fla., on March, 12th, 1895, viz:
HARDY B. BAILEY of Wewahitchka,
Hd. 24677 for the se IJ of ne 1/4; ne o of-
se tj sec 14 tp 2s, r llw and Sw Y of nw
4 anmd n1 wU of sw 1 sec 13, tp 2s r lw.
He names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon and
cultivation of said land, viz:
Joseph Tucker, Buck horn, Fla ,B Burch
Nixon, Fla., William Pitts and Benjamin
Pitts of Poplar Head,-Fia.
Editor's fee paid.
J. M. BARCO, Register.

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Thursday, Feb. 14, 1895.

;uganr. 1t lB Tea, 1) lb
Griaulated.... 6% e ENo..... 75
Coffee,A ... 6 Gunpowder.. 80
Lt brown. .... 5 Uncol'd Jap.. 50
n-'fl;', Cond milk. can
Green.. 2:.e'.,.i' Unsweetn'a.l10( l
Browned ..'G2d"S.: Sweetened .l0@l5
;inger snaps. 10 Baking powder
rackede r. soda. 81:, Royal... ...... 50
uobacco, plug 30a60 Campblll. .15a25
ifisins Canned fruit
London layers. .15 Peaches .... 20a20
Valen'. i .. '... i-2/ Tomatoes. ... 1011a5
ice. ........... 7 Apples ........ 15
k pples Pears ......... 15
Evaporated .1 Plums........ 20
Dried Peaches 8 Apricot........ 25
Soal Oil prgal.... 15 Strawberries.. 20
gasolinee ..... 20 Pineapple.... 20
Slorida Syrtip... 50 Canned Meats,
loney ........ 1.00 Roast Beef.. 1 5a25
'inegar ... 30 Corned Beef 15a25
esc t.... 10 C'hippe'd BeeI .25
.....I. SaI.li .. ..... 20
,rr C" (aiuned Ve 15etahle
Ianut p kgI. Ill Baked Beans.. .J5
Finit P[ndlini i .. 10 Corn. ....... 15
Jl llY. gla-s.. l5a25 Peas ........... 15
Lime Juice ..... 50' umpkin..... 15
Eggs per doz... 15
Flour Pork
S O N ... 2,00 Mess pr lb.... 11
Favorite.... 4.50 Bacon Sides..... 11
Corn Meal pr bu 85 Fresh ....... 8al0
Oat Meal pr lb... 515 Br'kf'stBacou.. 12
.ornper bu ........75 Ham canvassed 14
1otatoe Shoulders...,.. 10
Irish .......1.60 Beef
Early l'se sed 1.fi Corned........ 8
Sweet....... 60 Fresh........ 8al0
.alt. pr sack.. 1.00 Dried ......... 25
Table ...:..... 5 Milk pr qt...... 10
Nails. ver tl...4a4 Ax,with handle. 1.00
Manilla ropel2%al 5 Hoes, each.... 35a50
Stoves cook,..? L25 Copper paint, can 50
Pipe, joint.18a20 Linseed oil, gal.. 80
Priiitf, per yd. .S8 Giuighanis ..... 8a10
Sheetings .... 5a9 Flannel.......25a50
Muslin....... 9all Thread per spool. 5
Jea. .... ...25a2U00 Shoes, ladies.$1la4 75
Extrapants pat 225 Men's... $1 40a300
Hay pr'cwt .... 1.30 Oats pr i. ..... 60
ITrau.......... 1.25 Brick pr M .....8.00
Etope Sisal ...10@12 Lime pr iLbll...... 75
Oranges pr doz. 20 Pecans pr lb..... 15
Apples......... 25 Walnuts. ...... 20
Lemons .......... 25 Almontds......... 20
4trawherries, qt 25
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In shell prl,000 1.50 Opened pr qt .. 15S
Horses... $80;a100 Cows....... $15a$25
Mules... $100a,153 Hogs... ....$3 to $4
xcn. pr yoke $50 Shoep... ...... $12
C'iickcnseach 1525 Geese each. 45a50
I'arkeys.... 75:1.(00 Ducks....... 1 a l)20
-- -- e- Feot pr -l. T.aL) Tiurlkels.. . .,n 1.00
Fresli Suit
Mullet pr doz 25c Mullet pr ill 5.00)
Trout.......... 25 Trout....... 4.50
Pompano pr l. 6 Pompano. .. 10.00
Sturgeon...... 10 Mackeral .... 8.00
Flooring, Ceiling.
deart, m...$16.00 Heart, J in. ..$16.00
Face ... 14.00 Face '... 14.00
Sap ... 12,00 Sap .. 12.00
Drop sidiu., Clapboards,
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San 12.00 Finishing luin-
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he Recovery from tihe ESffects

of the Black Friddiy in ie-
cenmber Encounters a set
Back on the Black F'ri-
day in February.
On last Thursday mo1ninig the air
vwas warm and springlike with the
mercury marking 58 and pIeople
weie tempted to leave their coats
when repairing to their places of
business; but very soon a marked
change. was noted; the wind went to
the northwest and before 9 o'clock
che conviction forced itself upon usn
that a cold wave from the direction
of thle north pole was making its wv.
to the "land of flowers" with re-
mar able rapidity. .hec mercury
commenced falling rapidly and frolml
7 a. imi. to 6 p. m. it had gmie down,
lully thirty degrees-the record be-
ing taken, from tile BuoY's large
tleinmometer, located in a shed om
outroom oi the east side of thle Buor
office. After 6 p. m. no record was
taken until 7 a. In. next morning,
at which time it rested at the 14
degree mark; a self-registering thel-
momietel marked 12 5-10 degrees
some time during the night, and
that is probably, as rear a correct
marking as would have been taken
had the signal service kept station
What the effect of this freeze will
be upon fruit trees and vegitatiion
it is impossible now to tell. A few
buds had swelled a trifle after the
previous freeze, but as a rule, no
sign of ascending sap had malnfested
itself. The less hardy citrus trees
are very likely killed to tile ground,
while pears, peaches, plums, grapes
and diciduous trees and plants are
more than likely benefited, for cer-
tain'y imyriads of insects must ihav\
lost their lives and will not be pres-
ent to work destruction to the fruit
when it shall form in its season, andI
the disheartened orange and lemon
grower can only hope that we may-
escape 1'rosts in Marchl and April,
vhich has not been our good fortun-,
for the past four years, at least.
There is a wide difference of
olin iiin as to wl'iethler this freeze
beats all previous record ill thii,
locality. TIle natives who were
born and raised here, say that it is
11n worse than a free fifteen yeal.-
ago, but as there were Ino ilnst.Illmelill
here to record tile tellilpratu'e al
that tinme, we must take tle'ir* Wordl
for it, anld knowing that they s'lr--
vived and saw St. Andrews Bay re.-
deemi itself at that time-harbor 1no
thought but tlat tile springtinle wiili
bring us a return of the conditions
of which we have been wont to.
There is also this consolation, that
while ice made ill exposed places.
to the thickness of several inches,
the cold wave was unacctnipanuied by
thlie snow and sleet, which made li.c
precarious in tile Inore northern
portions of the country, and there
are even reports of loss. of life inll
many localities, while tie most weC
can complain is tliat it was too coldi
to be pleasant or agreeable, and our
houses, as a rule, not beinig built
witl any great preeatution to fence
out Jack Frost, lie cavorted around
wl hero is presence was far from
being esirable.
LiU thie freeze in December, th -
mlarkings of thermometers on St.
Anidrews Bay veryincarly correspond
with that reported along thie whole
line from Pensacola to Jacksonville.
varying only as the reports are fronll

points north or south of thie line be-
tween those two points.
Let us hope for no more "Black
Friday" thii season.
S- a
Correspondence of the Buoy.
As I have seen nothing in your
valuable paper about Farmdale, I
thought I would post you about what
is going on here.
We are all trying hard to keep
the wolf from our doors.
J. T. Johnson has just finished
his kitchen, 14x20, to which he will
add a neat cottage as soon as he canl
get the lumber. He woula have had
it complete before now, if he could
have obtained the lumber.
Mr. Deaderick has no: had logs
enough to supply the demand for
lMr. Leavitt's two story house loomia
up since he has made it look white
as snow.
Mr. Gandarian has added a chimney
to his dwelling which makes it very
comfortable these chilly days. I
don't see how any body can keep
house without a fireplace, it is one of
the greatest ;lessingm enjoyed by
the human family, especially in Flor-
idawhere there is plenty of light-
wood. DOM PEDRO.

For the Mardi Gras.
No event of recent years is conl
ducte.d on so graindl andl inagnuilicehi
a scale as the animal MLardi Gras Car-

i ival at New Orlaiia.s, aind the pie-
bumtlptioll is tlUhat all ipre viuu. dispijliy
will sink into insignilicicne when
compared with the gorgeous extrav-
agancies being prepared for this
seasons diversion.
To give every one an opportunity
to participate in this grand pageant,
at the smallest expense, the Florida
Central and Peninsula railroad has
arranged to sell excursion tickets at
all its coupon, stations, from Febru-
ary 22d to 25th, good for fifteen days,
at tile following remarkably low fig-
ures for the round trip:
Jacksonville or Fe'anIlidna, $19.35;
Cal ahail, $18.75; Lake City, $18.70;
Live Oak, $18.60; Madison, $17.70;
Monticello,$16.60; Tallahassee,15 50;
Waldo, $21.60; Gainesville, $22.15;
Archer, $22.75; Cedar Key. $24 75;
Hawthorne, $22.15; Citra, $22.65;
Ocala, 23.25; \Vildwood, Leesburg,
Ti.veras, Apopka or Orlando, $24.00;,
Lacooche, $25 15; Dade City, $25.45;
Plant City, $26.45; Ybor Cit; or
Tampa, $27.85.
Elegant Pullman sleepers will be
run and a better opportunity lor a
delightful trip seldom presents itself.
The F. C. & P., always ,at the
front in providing for the comfort of
its patrons, will maintain its "well-
earned reputation while carrying pas
sengers to and from the Mardi Gras.

Correspondence of t ie Buoy.
Cold weather in abundance, but
our farmers are preparing to fire
again. They know no such word as
fa il.
Mrs. Fay gave another one of her
delightful entertainments on last
week. A go(rod nany came iup from
St. Andrews and other places. All
passed off well until 12 o'clock when
a splendid lunch was serve- and tlhe
d;incing was kept up until thle wee
small Imours of tlie mining, when
tle guests departed for hime ic ,,I,'.
We are expecting a good mimn'v
visitors soon and we expect that
quite a inumler will make periiia:n.t
Iiinmes upon East Bay, BAXTER.

Corresrondence of thie Buov
A Mr. Smith of Minnesota lhsnI
p inchase-I tlie east point t it the en-
trance of Pearl Bavyun and has cnil-
inentcod clearingg. ej e ltiug to inak,
a lhome. lie expects to erect ia caihe
mill for making syruIp) al.o adding
the Iecessary appliances fur grinding
corn -ind Iulling rice.
Elias Ayars lias drawn plans and
specifications for a large antd commo-
drios house for S. F. Smith of Cro-
manton, to Ire erected on his land
east oft V. MI. (Croli.n's store.
H. M. Spicer and wife, accomi
panel iby Mr. Mann and wife took
a trip up East Bay recently for the
,purpose of taking F. WV. Hoskins up1
to attend the meeting of tlisesc.:ool
board held at Blountstown last wsek.

Correspondence of'tlhe Buor.
Everyshiing is on thle move now.
Nor:h tAy/ is l'r:pidly corning to the
C. Tompkins & Son are turning
out sonime fine luinber. They find
themselves in need of a larger nmill
to supply tile increasing demand for
Mr. E, "'ompkins, a son of our
gelial saw mill wner, was an ar-
lival last week from Yalesville,

Conn., and is making preperations
to build in the hear future. He*will
make thisis his h e,
Born to Mr. and Mrs. El Wade
on the 9th inst,. a fine baby girl,
weighing 7- pounds. Mother and
child are doing fine at this writing
and Ed. lie has grown at least two
inches in i:eight and breadth since the
little stranger came.
L. M. Ware & Co, are doing a
thriving business at Bay Head.
Long may they continue to do so.
I tell you. Mr. Editor we haie had
some cold weather up he-re the last
few days, but is very pleasant at
this writing,
Long may the BuoY's flag wave.
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the- blood.' Hood's Sarsaparrilla, by
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The Smith Grubber.
The W. Smith -grib and stumip-
puller patents (late Juine 8, 1869;
MAay 23, 1871, Ang. 12, 1871; Jnul
16 1872; May 29, 1883; Aug. 10,
1883; Jan. 22, 1884; April 15, 1 9':
May 21, 1884: May 26, 1886; Ang. .,
1886, Nov. 9. 18",; Mar. 31, 1891
Aug. 18 1891; Nov. 28. 1803 March
13 1.a1, also pate.ited ii Caauiti:;
other patUets pending. Fr further
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I WANT every man and woman in the united I
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I' Equals every way the boots
e ld in all retail Etores for
S$2.50. We runko this boot
o. ourselves, therefore we guar-
Sth fee thbetft, style and wear
and if any one is not satisfied
3 < we will refund the money
or send another pair. Opera
Tue or Common Sense,
widths C, D, E, & ER,
tw." fit you.
Ss ze *S.17 to 8 and half
S l Ill youstrated
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cUllm il tee ti e ( ti '; liolticultlli!i
Society hiiui at the Plactdb Hotel, in
Jackso;iville, it was decided to hold
the meeting at tile Boa id of Tradd
rooms in Jacksonville oil Miy 7
The use of tihe ri;ois i- thi:s p4 :',-)se
has been tendered to Qhe .~si'ietv by
the board of trade The date o' tihe
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tlhiit of last year. This is iecaiuse it
is thollght lnmre favo-rabllo )ate.- leiy
be secured on the iailroads, a. the
totnlist sea'soii will then be \virtitaily
over, adl tile special rac i offi cti d to
thie nmeinmbers of tihe o-,icietv viiil not
conflict with tlho ,e o(f toun ist li\hel.
E. Bean, D. (lGreenieii al Sitcphliii
Powers were appoiitted as a lhcal
cmill ittee to at-tcild t tile (arlinge-
nleints iere. .
It is expected that tlhe leetiii g \\ ill
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Booklets and proofs free. Eureka Cfieiical & Mf'g Co., La Crosse, Wis.
St. Paul, Minn., Sept. 7, 1894.
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Thie ujecl of this Association is to Improve the Country adjacent to St
Andrews Bay and to
Develop its Resources as a Fruit-Growing Country.
To accomplish this the Association proposes to Sell Lands in tractsof Two-
and-a-half and FiveAcres to such parties.only as will improve them by the
Erection of Houses. Fences and such Permanent Improvements as will enbance the
'value of each tract so disposed of, and particularly to
Plant them out in Trees, Plants and Vines,
To the end that in the shortest practicable time every such tract shall be a
Source of Revenue to its Owner.
The first question which will naturally be asked will be: "Is this Asso-
.. nation 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 any responsible business nian or firm doing business on the Bay or in
Bank at their own home to be paid over only when the Association shall satisfacto-
rily shiw that the improvements have been made according to agreement.
VTh. Association will not only iniprove and plant, but watch and care for
all property entrusted to its keeping, guarding against forest fires, dishonest pilferers
or damages from any cause possible to be prevented.
Froti a careful estimate of the probable expense 'and income of a fruit
plantation in the St. Andrews Bay country a few figures are given:
Price:of;ana pel acre, say $25 to $50; cost of clearing, say $20; -ost of planting 1st
year, vy $30; coat of cultiviition each year thereafter, $'20
1 It il ot 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 even better than that. Then,. though perhaps a little
longer, some of them, in coingit into profitable tearing nmay he named pears, apricots,
nectarines, plums, prunes, mulberries, olives, Japan persinmmons almonds English
walnuts, Japai. chestnuts, pecans, and manyv other v~lrieties of fruits and nuts. which
are almost certain to flourish here; while oranges and citrus fruits, though not con-
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The Secretary of the Assodiation will give particular attention to an-
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R E M E M B E R, the Association Lands will be sold on Easy
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Address R. E. HOWARD Sec.
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lbigb Grabes

Wlarrantab Superior to
2ln Stacgcle built in the W~torl, reDarblegs of
Prfce, or tbe lame of the after.

Read the following opinion of one of the most prominent
American dealers who has sold hundreds of these wheels:

Y1.ro I'Oxodus into Mexico
Flori(i. Ciliz.ni.
A party of 300 negroes arrived
aer t.he' Queen and Crescent re-
cently. The came in a special train
that left Birmingham last night.
These negroes are the first of a large
party of perhaps 10.000 who will pass
through the city during the next
few months enroute to Mexico. The
Mexican Colonization Company hav-
ing headquarters in Mexico, have se-
cured large concessions of the Mexi-
can Goverment on the Mapino River,
and these negroes'are being import-
ed to raise coffee. Peg William,
the agent of the company in this
country, says the negroes are all anx-
io us to see hleir new homes; that
the low price ,f cotton has resulted
in correspondingly decreased wages,
creating dissatisfaction among them.

Verdict for a Colored IMann
Against L. N., Under SeDer-
ate Coach Law.
A special to the Courier-Journal
from Owensboro, Ky., says: Under
preemptory instructions from Juge
Barr, the jury in the Federal Court
found a verdict for 1 cent and costs
against the Louisville and Nashville
Railroad Company in the separate
coach case. -
The suit was brought by the Rev.
W. 11. Ainderson, crilored, of Evans-
ville,for $15,000,but was really to test
the Seperate Coach law of Kentucky.
Judge Barr decided last summer
that the law was unconstitutional, be-
cause it affected inlter-state commerce.
The railroad company then contend-
'i that it had a rule jrquiring sepa-
ration of white and colored passengers
a ide from this law, and asserted
that the rule was a reasonable oiie,
Upon tais, the issue was joined
and the verdict rendered, Judge
Barr's instructions left tlle jury oul
to determine the&amount of damages.
The jury first. disagreed, nine stand-
ing for one cent, one for $1,5)00, one
for $1,000, and oile for $300.
Ininediatly upon filing of the ver-
die:, the attorneys for the railroad
companies gave notice of all appeal
to the supreme court of the United
States. A writ of etr,.r will be pre-
pared at once on the Juge's instruc-
tions, and ai!ls on tile ntiing declar-
ing tle Itenituickv law naiconstitn t-ion-
ial. Attori.lncys 'Irowder :and Miller,
who have cliarge of the case, express
cotfi.delnce in ai reversal of Judge liarr
,V tije ,-rp ellle coinlt.

Not. W1o0ly Ucn s.
'. osto n ('O t t
Gtil' (to ie,,-legeid laikv)-
'Dil you lose your leg i /the arimy,

Daikey--"-No, sahi. t done 1 se
doit laig in de Bailtis' cals cans, sah.
I war inuioteriiiu' down in Carliniiv,
ani' tuk a sinncr down inter de ribber
ter 'nesh iate 'imn inter de chiurchl, an'
'lon come oniler dese.yvele mnons'nc b' g
cat fish and statedd datlaig from tlhe
Ieniains er my pussoiin."
(Grent--"Ineed! That was a sa.l
Darkey--" I was in dat erijinio:i
inyse'f "it do time. sa;i, l)ut dar was
one good 'zult comnin' l'om )lli salte."
(Gtent--'4Hw could you make flat
Darkey--'WV'y when I cam liiome
an' r.ly ole 'omlanll coveredd dat inis-
sin' neinmber, slite eleclir'd she'd
found out I was wutli suthin' for fishl
bait "

consent of tile people, whose propoity 1
hi grades up or down. lie is a soft
of advisory board. The city cierk s
is; ie1 iisenI.e to lo0 0 s whiicit ale I
clcarlyfiat, and hisi reei's iof the t
luoceed wings of the cIuti cil would 1
have 4no weeight i:. any court. None
of these appointive officer'( quality. o
'Tie whole machiiiery o aimA.,i
tion in the little town is catiiedl' ,i
by comoiin consent.
The present mnayor----thlie mao

was elected, but wiho has not (,
iied,"'Itid u ili not--s \\ '
roy, editor o tiie iildui,,;i Li
iMr M.cL i ,oy hai ieu;i .iii ii
towlI ik r i6t1 i t y a, '.!', ;3 .. .
is tw, 'll! V-lim ,e . ..
wlieni l tie cii/e,. ,
. hole tile in ii \i : :e vu
bo i oi tuie to\v il ,- i
He say;s thla the city slai .. ;

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City Without a Goverinient.
The town of Huliuibolit, Kai., is an
organized city of the ltheth clai ,
with 1,500 people, and for eig teen
years there has not been a municipal
officer iin the town, although the
city election, has been held every
year. Thereby hangs a tale, told by
the Memphis Commercial-Appeal.
An. as it contains a warning against
the voting of bonds and going into
debt, it should be told. In the spring
of 1870 there was projected south
from Junction City to Parsons a
railroad called the southern branch
of the Union Pacific. Humboldt,
was not a young town then, hat bond
voting was the fashion, and Humbolt,
which was old enough to know bet-
ter, voted bonds to the extent of
$175,000 for the road. Not satis-
fied with this debt, in 1876 the town
votd(l $25,000 to the Fort Scott,
Humboldt and Western, a road
known in the w.st as the "Old Fifth
Parallel.," This road was graded
from Fort Scott to Humbolt, but it
was never Pquippe i. The grade may
be seen to-day by passengers riding
along the Missi uri Pacific. But tlhe
grade did not brimg the flood ol trade
that was expected, and the bonds
being sold to the usual "innocent
purclhaser," the town began to
shirlish around the courts to keep
froinl paying-an unjust debt. The
inevitable came, and in 1876 the
town as a legal corporation dissolved
into thin air. When the officer of
the court cane to Humboldt in 1876
to compel the mayor to turn over the
interest due on the bonds, he found
that, although there had been a red-
hot election the spring before, and
although there was a man there cal-
led mayor, there was in deed and in
legal truth no mayor at all. The
situation has remained the amne for
eighteen years. In two years more
the d(bt will be outlawed. Then
llninboldt is coming up to breathe
the free air once more as a municipal
corporation. At present the pro-
granmme is written upon a "tangled
web." Every year the mayor and
city council are elected. The old
adininistration comes in-only it
doesn't. It copies to the threshho d,
but it doesn't emlter. It does not
qualifyf .''
Thle council meets without taking
tihe oath of ,offi.e. The mlavor is
iimerejl eih iria;in of a cor n 'iii te, of
citizen.--t he council-an'l ti-. mee;-
ingi s ,S' Iihe conlliittee are hirid re.
tila!a'. y (Jidiia c,es are intvse:l ''iv.
itl tie city iiarshial anlt the street,
('iiiniissioner power to keep the
t,wni orderly and clean. The council
cannot handle any public money.
The little nmoiney used by tihe council
is raised by p ri.i;ate sntibscriptio
anliig the iesileirts of thie to.yii,
and as it doesn't go through an,
red Li'pe maiyctiie a .d as every ione
hlio pays these vlulnteer taxes knows
jlist ho\v mucl lie pays for every-
lthingg. the rmoeii is h ot squaniiiered.
It is, in ficet, a business a 'illiii!i it -
iit'I. The cit.l niiar.i ai is on1y a
[lit Illnctionai'n As city iashial
iie l;as p1Xw', to h t ii,,iiming excefil
e'-c;ie sllliin i o.,'ys \\'h, tlih o'v ieioil
iili S in the "a'-s' tiu l io ntily
Oweillrs of pig iens to cieanll ul,, himt
;Is cotlistal, oet I-Inboildt township
lie cali yircest iiein and enforce the
laws as well as thie best policemnan
in the world. The street conmmis-
sioner Ihas no pow,,er, save with tlie f


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