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 7, 1895
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Saint Andrews (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Washington County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Washington -- Saint Andrews
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General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 27 (Sept. 28, 1893).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00073857
Volume ID: VID00156
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ST. ANDREWS BAY,


Washington 6ouhiy
AND

West FloriA

Against the World.


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3ue and Fo)oter t i, et.


TIL MAILS.
East, west and iiorth w jail, vih. CLipIl.N If,!
parts every daN eXPAeI't SoI't.iL tt 1:1:::0
o'clock; arrivu every d.v c'cept l IIii)
aay at 'r2:00 p. ni.
Fas~t B~ay mail t'o Haijiso~n, Crinminttoiii
Parker, Fatrni~lo mi:.id Wo aii pp.0,i.i

eevry altterniounit 'a 'clV ck.
North Bay (Asidersoiil :A.sii%.-r lt ,I t
Andrews every Mmida.IA'. i-, \td ii.d.i ttid
F r i da, li. ni; Hvtutiisl to A ll' -[
same days at 4:3(. p. in.


Parker Lodge No. 142,
-4. & A 1\ _L
Regular (hiurinuiicaitiin. niln Satur-
day, on ur befI'irl Eaii a IcIhll lliiitI.
VISitillm- Br'Otlkitri. Frateriial iv

WV. H-. Pvik!VR \I M
". M. I3OLITELLF, SOCretaryN.


'BUSINESS DIRECT)'EY

WV. A. EMMONS,
Notary Pitilic fur th- S ta It. at La i"-:- ias
jurisdiction to IdldiIi'-r't'r 'I:Il-. tilke
a caffiC~ iS. iCgal iZV -. I *'a Ici t
etc., anyviheat in loii.da -i:121.1 1 It-
tentiotn -iven to 1trd ltiil 'liid di'.e
to marriage? &rtivis. a:* .t t:
PUOY Uljice. St. Anit r-7% Z ; 1!
DR. J. J. K ES''ER,
Homeopathic Physieia n an1 Ac:-
coucher. O~ice Pioneer [1,0 St~it,
corner of Shell avenue ani iii-
gau street,
St. Andrews. ;-.Itl

DR. WV. M4. MITCHELL,
Proprietor EaLt End D~rung Mtore, if-
fers his protessiona, -ei'icevs to t he
citizens of St. Anili ews lEhv and
vicinity. Offi'e at Dinli St1.e.
Residencenn But-nita V i~t.at av iiune
elipobite (.,]d Flijilda Exchllirc.

NV. H. PABKE1I.
N-tary Piilli and S'ir'\vr. Spuii ;I at-
tenltion givenl to Ill L-t: ari d I.1.i~ihi. sa
a] so to the Dr i ims l itr -c
Parkor. t
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JuIsttice of the Pci(('.
W ill attond rirvnirdl;i I,- Ill 1;; ~c
mrtmidin his alie- iti '. II, I,~
block tiorl liii-t I.I' "P -lo.'- ..I 11. p I I ie


PUBLISHED
One Dollar


EVERY THURSDAY
a Year in Advance.


CHASING RAINBOWS.


WILLIAM A, EMMCIN:SS
Proprietor.

Dippl v ad rites 501e rper iu h prr rnu n lii
F'o~liii*i, and exctraurd:I.;LrY c''iliti,.in
ra7 .-ubir~ct to sn.:civl h i r-l niere it.

HuN. B.S L i. Nof M3t nA11an n .N
being favm', lv mentionedl'v by e%-
eral Florida i' Ipere as a succ-svr to
U. S. Senator ('Cal. -

rFIE Lvard d diiv etmi-,'iil. ul thi. At--
latita exp''lcit I- chii,&eil Intitm, all
of-at 'Iu. :en i~'th iCneic o i-


Corporatio:n Conl role e\vs-
I) pe rs.
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iae I-nit ii jI.i I a bii: Fl[' l i-I.t i.' l i


,tile hl niidleI I and ,1 f Ly 'I u |lil hedl i l
the .i al ii' lI nig t ) FIl.iila .i
wheir _ekilng ie-eleeti,n hai iplac,.
the nleltji y ui the .,II man badlt aii
Ia lt.

No Great Iss.ii Bettween tice
Two Parties in New York.
Bradst1eet's
Hard.lly any one expect edt that th-le
would be any iaue between the tI-.,
gient parties in the ,tate (of N,.\
York as far as questincn of fiianct'
are concerned, and this liruvet to I.e
the case. Beyofnl a sliglit ilifleiience


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An old ]epc-i tra.ip.ht that nndei the eud of every rainbow cou*hbe found a
pot of gold, andl ..ny f.I..y 1 .1) youths iL. .r early days seeking in vain for
the hidden treasure. InI thr'-e elight.':- lI times we laugh at the folly of past
ages, yet many people .-till I.hcliv, iu ir:imi.ies of wealth which have no bet-
ter fouudati'on tLh.a the auL:-i.:et fairy talle. .S-nators Stewart and Peffer, ex-
Congressmeu Bryan and B'.uid have thflr credulous followers, who are con-
vinced that nndn r the ecnd of the free coinage' and fiat money rainbows they
will find untold riche.. St:oiiti- more silver money is coined a:e li nary affairs of lite are shretwdI ail .enu'ible.
But attractive as they dou:,l:'t- are. these promises of wealth to be had
through a more cajin-S to a chl..ti,.r standard of values are nothing but
financial fairy st-.riev They ;are Ia,--d .In the belief that governments can
create wealth by legislatiLn: and that pei-iple will be richer if they measure
their poases.-ious in cheaper nioney. Now as ever there are men who dream
of wealth to lie had wit.hliut working f'ir it and of schemes for business pros-
perity which are whilly iut-i'le tle ac-tu. world. Sooner or later all these
must learn the les,.ou that u:turre yields \\alrth to labor only and that an abun-
dance of cheap mouny does intr ni, an a rich .c.eintry. Already tife people who
were for a time mi-leil by ii. O .i.' 4,f the -'i' er mine owners aIe ab ndoning
their delusions, and lh\1. 1 -...lv\ .1 tr. 1 -iv r ie world of dreams and fancies
severely alone in tl.e futult, C'h.--.ir: 1. i'. vs may be sport for loe boys,
but it is very poor L.u'ine'- fir in l '
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His WifVe Could l'la.v Poker.
I. Y , ., .iJ l.
It t t at a litth I..i' i. 'lti -, f a


LcoNTt
CHAP'h
AN IN''i
rj-'her room on il


distraught with grie
ror.
Early in the after
stairs, determined
soon as she had p
gether and to seek f
neighborhood where
bedroom. She cou
night in the awfu
trained the dead boj
aunt whoso last con
had made miserable
Her interview w
anxiety about him
more than she like
self. She had dism
all notion of a mar
-her lover who st.
ing accused of the
i had been committed
Marriage could not
long time, if it was
offered to keep he
iMaurice Leclerc tl
had declined. An
able to bring som
and reason into her
he was right. The
be. Not yet awhile
And in the meant
a forlorn, penniless
was she to exist? I
shudder convulsed 1


fIlow to Preserye Egpgs.


Fim I's Wife, in.Cable.'. "'*
Ilcre is the way an English farm -


in the method- of expiession, the ,1 .tak re al n
S-II ,,r' st lkv k'i l c 3t 1-111-11 N a 111 .I1. t .


plank in the plathlirm anlopted l.-y the
democrats in their clii'vention hell
this week is Iractically Identical
4vith that adopltel by the republicans
iu their coiiveiition held a week e
-. -- -" .. . -- ,.
uie. im e donlri.aio atic tl lii, dreL-ci, -
fol soOliud oulney, iecognliztZe gMi aa,.l


silver as the only legal tendeil, Ie-


clares against any currency ilncouvelt-
able with coin, ailvocates the g a-lual
reti:e.nent aiin extinction ofi th.-
gicenback currency, and decl:tie
agaiiist the free aind unlilnited coi1.-
age of silver. Iu tinth, no other at-
titude than one auch as thit could i.e
adopted by any party entl.l:iing in:o a
CUlilehlt for political stiplrelnacy inll thI
most ilpollrtitt uominelicial state iii


inl -'re t I ::ih li .a k,- Ii hI i ,.
The 1 .-tily wife .t' ,une ,,' tith 'I a t
%-rs wa ; I-ai ticulni ly ex,:'itel,I anil
l.ye11 as if lii'? hia pili.-s ,.,I lhei

-mll.hs.
1H er Ih .-h b .i ll.n't li. l.her nii li-
r,, -..
Mv lear.' lie sai.l., as ]i !-I lt
'aril., to all the ie-,t, an-I :a ,le.l nuini
t:, Iiis ,w n li n a "v, ,~n.it it.
\.ttcli the players. You tplay' \,-'vr
lia-lyv, i eilee.'R. P.kl;ei i. a n.ra l th it
nei-il-s careful haiulliui'."
Then he "tImi-?[ie" thle '"inni whoI
hadl let, and lihe Itti'r tln-eIvw 1I *,vii
Ili. hanlI, n di i i all the oi 1,,r ->-


,.- l.I ,i t.a. "u u. i-'l. l.if it-
the union. '1 he re-ult, of tlie toni- ,, ,
lan.1 s lert an'l -i si r.1 Ilini in


ventiuns held Ne\w Yol k -latle '.-
to bear olt the inimpreiniL thlrt in


I'iill. Ile liooki-I %v-u-.1-.-k.
"ThMn- ul -it c'Iu'lie -,i'l


th e n e x t n a tio n a l ilip a ig n i th e in a i- i h, -
-* \e.x<,I tone. [It .i..e*, ,.:',11 to II1,?
cial questi,.,i, except as to m atter- ..,I tll \',,uit-l h: vrl't any .-,,,


detail, which cut uo figure ju t at
piesent, will nojt be an ia e, auid if
the indications which Culie in such
numbers fiun states in aliiloat all
sections ot the country ale at a'. sig-
nificanti, a plronoiunceienut in flavor .i
sound money may be looked fur,
which will pul t li, il\ver advocate, in


W haieitiii-let v-c i.- "W-.-ih u' i *Iiu1lnc





u'l'isietht :isii- .-iht i-'I'o, I
e lD e- ii ipm?"t joeii,-I Iii, wIa


l h tionin ul llhe nminonly whidi ,,ci i i *
the pobiiiuu ul the n ioin ty which bet, why I,ve lI t. I cai 't tal;e it
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they really constitute when regard i,
had to the cotliilty as a whole.

Cork Trees in Georgia.
About thirty-live years ag.i several
youhg cork trees \twre sent, to San-
,lersvill I by the government a1ll set
ntii t, te..t their ailaptability to the
climate, says the Augusta (Ga.)
C('hirr. icle.
''lintee Or four are yet living but th,,
largest one ig in tlie front yard uf tlhe
.JackL Ilhounli.e. being twao leetor ino 1e
in diameter.
Last wueek it was r.trlippe.l f ii
bark tirouindl the trulnk iiiider tlie ,li-
rection of ('ol. Ricl:irl L. \ arthieil,


back .a:.iinl. caI I!?"
"C'Ti t-inly ni-t," was the reIply;
"anI j.u.l to teaCh \ ,,n a lI-zoii. andr
to dlake VoNl m11n-' carelrul in llltille,
I'll rai.e yv...u "
*-I'1 tI- > IIi ou bIack. '' wn, the ile-
ply aid N.lie ,li I.
H er lni- t 1i 1h l t\ 1 1hi. tin .'1 ,'i- thIo
[itt t re i I' IuiI ai iliit a nii .ai ,- i t.
Y in dr li i caaul,l, lie sail,
sternly, "'and' I lieiv nmie. \V liti
will y"n e'vel'r l:tln tLo lay tli 1 i111?
Sropel ly?"
I' en lie "r'.ii-el" her again, andi
shl "laitel'' hiin in ret riin.
He lokeul aroun'l the tal-le in an


who manifests great inthre.t in tlee aP,--loetic alIt pit _iii-' w. .


of all varieties, aind samnpl,'s of tl h
cork will be fowarwled to Washingtoni
and to the Atlanta. Exposition 'Tli
hark, or cork, is two and a hall inches
thick and is ;od m:ateiial. Coluniel
\'arthen, who, has stldiel the nmattler
closely, is confident thitt this i the
first tree that cork has ever been
taken fi ou in tlie United States.

The Flight ol'a Bullet.
A European authority'asseCts thiit
by rubbing vaseline over a ball to be
fired from pistol or gun, llie eye can
follow the progress of the miissilo


-- through the 'whole di.itance of its
WANTED-AN IDEA Whocatbn
WANTED-AN IDEAfsomtimple flight Its course is shown by a thread
thing to patent? Protect your idrat ; thley may
brin ou wealth. Wrie JOHN WEDDER- of smoke, said to be ilue Lt tli com-
BUNf & CO., Patent Attorneys, Washington,
D. ..for their 1l,80 prize offer. bustion of tha vaseline.


"'Emnima is a splenli'l girl at most
things," h'-e saul "'but twhln it comes
to caril laying lshe nimakes tie very
we:arv."
'Flhel he ,tiIIble lt h r bet, alnl .he?
.ulliledl hi in, retilurn.
"(_Ih, this im al.,-uir.l," hli ce I;
't.her-'s ni-) use twinniin,; moinv ioi ni
111'y wn wile; I'll ju.t call you. I've
got a fluinli, ace liigh.
Anal I've got lour kings-," reiplie'l
his-< if,.,, as she raked in thile iory
"chi I"
l i i| ^
Arni then ia -rom:r .f laughter -li..k
the roiin.. while th lii man w h knew
all al oiit the gaiii luuke'I ery .-liOmel-
i.-h, in ll io .

Milhinc: Thie viitte lies. in the
sti iggle, not in i t.e prize.


i-t.: Takesix pound, of quicklimie,
.i.i ..u L nil of salt, one. ,iutm e crL.e i .- -n."
Ital : ilt t 1 ,l. i t' l i .i ,9tir i i' I, I '1

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ii-a ter,'L and give It a gi.... ...r '
wilt a stick. Leave it tli.unilf "--
tIe.s ;id i1 quite cold, and at M
i. ti\\ or three days it is rea iv tor "Miss R6dneyl
l,.e. If you can put all the eggs in Tlis mopey forced
all gone@-_ao had i
ia .,.i-: it is best; if not, 4dd them a few pounds, bare
.t is mIost convenient, on v bear in her at thievery outs
1 What would be her
n111 .1 not to stir up the sedinmet.bc- was her aunt' sole
I,,,r? yolu put them iu-or nt lher, I her, nor the fact ,t
-I-huil sa), at the time yonuare.put- the house, whatev
e in t e I would eventually
ii. thlem iin the jar. Be ;sure you knew that she was
ter\:iline each egg before the li-ghtof ereigns, and shewa
x:iue eac gn any right to use th
,i la:,,p or candle, in order to discover any rght to use pt
S'given to her the pro
t!ie -lightest fracture. Attention to for housekeeping pi
thii i- one.of the main things to in- She had a fairl
re t, i .i t ^ i the millinery busin
u-iu' success. If attended to, the the millineryusin
aware that situati
'.. will keep fresh for, it is said, picked up at a mt
t.\... 41-ars. i hiavfe kept thitm for a shemight spendma
n 't a half myself: A thin. week hunting for
Meantime what W
-,:i.:1 like ice will form on thd top of What was to happe
tlIh water after it has stood timem. She had in Cla
intimate, unselfish
It i, now about thirty-five years since help her now in h
I fii t saw eggs treated in tilis way. was now in a morb
-. tion about everythi
After the Dinuer. her that every one
J. only one she could
ever shown her a
L.,ok here, old man, it's no use kindness was Mrs.
y.-ui trying to unlock the door with wife. But that wa
:" quarreled with Dr.
: ciarette." She loved and tr
\\'hatsh that?" could not repress t
'"You are trying to open the door of his troubles-hi
i ciathis which would
\w itl, a cigarette." ent tragedy-had
"U;lesh me, how. strangsh! Wou- Indirectly, of course
,ler whethersh I've smoked the eagerness to -make
for her got himself
kh?" which he now seem
himself.
In the Glad Future. Ethel possessed
Di ,-k lyn Eagle. cion of her lover ii
crime which had b
1Maria," said the husband of tle room which.was n
room which.was n(
ne A woman at the breakfast table, -that awful roon
'thie next time you come home late her forevermore.
think of what hac
frin the lodge and put your bloom- had been asleep
ris to bed andl hang yourself over the happened while sh
Back of a chair all night, I11 go all How was it sh
g go during the night;
t right home to papa, there." turbed her until th
in the early morni
Peach Catsup. from sleep-the 1
moned her to be]
When peaches come again next sight her young ey
v-.r and you are preparing them for She possessed a me
This morning, fo:
canning or preserving, try the fol- had seen dead bo
liwii-: Place the feelings in an the dead body of h
e:llthon kettle and boil them with a Mechanically sh
pack a trunk which
little wvter, till they are soft. Press For hours she had
them through a colander amid then ranging and rear
thji.ugh a wire seive. and proceed unpacking, her th
pied with what sh
\\itl the pulp as you do with tomato, last the waning lig
g'ilt.e or currant catsup. ernoon warned he
proaching-night
with its cloak the
Mrs. L. M. Cl:ilds: Every man- men-night which:
d..e mis that he has precisely the tri- rors for her whi
als and temptations which are the wandered into her
She crouched o'
ha-r..-st of all others for him to bea', afraid to move.. S
but they are so simply because they lect her thoughts
ie m t n striking a light.
are the very ones he most needs way she remember


COPYRIGHT, 1894,BY TIULOrSON & 50N.
*UED.J candle on the hall table. She could iot
': go down stairs past that hideous door
r. N. inside of which her aunt lay dead--.mwa-

"^ p vi ner her r d she aRe-to-
'f and wild with ter- spend another night in this house?
Could she live through such a night?
noon she had fled up At last she stood up from her trunk,
to quit the house as and exhausted with her emotions she
ut a few things to- had stumbled to a chair which stood at
or some place in the the head of her bed. She tottered to the
she might eng.~.: a seat and sat staring at the door of the
Id not sicep anotLer room which faced the head of her bed.
il house which co:ni- And now a new train% of thought
ly of hdr aunt-thie forced itself upon her. There were duties
scious moments she to perform to the dead. How was she
performing her duties? Or what was to
ith Leclere and her be done? Tomorrow her aunt would be
had disturbed her taken from the house. Perhaps tomor-
ed to con~ss to her- row she would find the courage to do her
missed fro sher mind duty, to forget her o\ .i .u;es,
riage wit- o her lover Tonight she could not.
ood in danger of be- She had no idea how long she had
hideous crime that been seated at her bedside nor when she
Sin the house. That had fallen asleep, but she was awakened
now be-not for a out of a pleasant dream-a dream which
ever to be. She had was not overshadowed by any suspicion
r promise to mar.y of sorrow or of death-by hearing her-
hat very day, but he self called in a loud voice.
i now that she was "Miss Rodney Miss Rodney!"
e show of calmness With a startled cry she sprang to her
Sdizzy brain she fe't ?eet, unconscious where she was. It w'as
Marriage must not some appreciable moments before she
could recollect where she was standing
time what was she- or what had happened.
girl-to do? How Then she opened the door, and an-
cHr aunt's money-a swering the summons, again repeated,
her as the thought of with a "Yes, I am here," she saw a
h 'gleam of light on the landing beneath
her.
"You sleep soundly. I am glad to
SIknow it. Will you follow me down
: ". .. i.. . stairs?"
S :'" 4 "Oh, Dr. Percival," cried the young
*I. i,'i !_1 girl, recognizing the voice. "I will be
I J i with you presently."
Si She hastily retired to her room and
N:' I i i i bathed her face in cold water. Sheknew
I,, she could not hope towash away all




.._ "Taking act kanda hat with her, she
.. descended the stairs and was soon stand
ing alongside 'Df? hercival/ whose kind-
.- -J: ly eyes showed no trace of surprise at
Miss Rodney!" Miss Rodney's disheveled appearance.
itself upon her-was He held a lamp iinhis hand.
n her possession only "I want to speak to you," he said.
ely enough to carry "I will light you down stairs," holding
ido over a few weeks. the lamp on high.
fate then? That she Ethel sought the front room. As she
heir did not occur to descended the stairs she saw a light in
hat the furniture of the dining room and heard the. hum of
,r it might be worth, voices.
be hers. She only She rightly surmised that some of the
s possessed of 3 sov- police force were in the room. She had
s doubtful if she had asked them early in the day if it was
em. They had been possible that they would relieve her of
vious day by her aunt the charge of the house until she had
purposes. time to recover herself. She had been
y good knowledge of told an inquest would be held, and-she
ess, but she was well knew that her aunt's body would be
ions were not to be removed next day from the house, but
moment's notice; that during the day she had battled strenu-
my and many a weary ously with her thoughts whenever she
a place. And in the felt they were drifting into an inquiry
vas to support her? as to what was to happen. Now she
n to her? felt possessed of a strange new courage.
fields no friends, no Whatever was to be done, whatever her
friends who would duty to the dead was, she would face it
er dire trouble. She unflinchingly. The storm of grief had
)idly sensitive condi- passed away. Bounteous sleep hadclear-
ng, and it seemed to ed the terror laden atmosphere.
would shun her. The "Now, my dear young lady," said
d think of who had Dr. Percival, "I don't think this will
ny real courtesy and be a proper place for you to spend the
Percival, the doctor's next few days. You must pardon my
s before Maurice had intruding upon your affairs, but at a
Percival. time like the present conventionality is
usted Leclerc, but she not the most commendable form of
;he feeling that much treatment. "
.s troubles apart from "It is very kind of you to interest
arise out of the pres- yourself in me," said Ethel, "partic-
been caused 'by her. ularly at a time like this. She felt the
se. But he had in his tears rising to her eyes as she spoke,
a home and position but not the tears of grief which had
into difficulties from choked and blinded her earlier in the
ed unable to extricate day.
"Now," said Dr. Percival, "I have a
no shadow of a suspi- commission for you from, my wife. She
n connection with the asks that you will come round to our
een committed in the place for a few days until you can settle
ow almost at her feet your plans for the future. I am glad to
n which would haunt see you have got your hat and cloak
It was terrifying to with youe We can send for anything
i happened while she else you may require. Come with me."
last night, what had A quick flush of pleasure mounted to
e was so very near it the young girl's cheeks.
te had heardno sound "Then I am not altogether friend-
that nothing had dis- less," was the first grateful thought that
te ringing of the bell surged through her.
ing had aroused her -
bell which had sum- CHAPTER XI.
hold the most awful A SLEEPING DRAFT.
es had ever witnessed? "You are a very foolish young man,"
W d -1L,-li ^ I^ LTOI--4 Til i LlU L


orDbi horror oi ueatL.
r the first time, she
dy, felt a dead body-
ler dear aunt.
.e had commenced to
ch stood in her room.
d occupied herself ar-
ranging, packing andm
toughts scarcely occu-
ie was doing, until at
ght of the October aft-
ir that night was ap-
which was to cover
dark deeds of wicked
h now possessed ter-
ch had never before
Troubled brain.
ver the trunk, almost
he could not even col-
sufficiently to think of
In a half conscious
ored she had left her


Ilsai tamniey erciVLaa to miluaurceo eLCWeroU
as the pair sat in Dr. Percival's study
the same evening about 9 o'clock.
"I own it readily," assented Leclerc,
lifting his head. "Worse than foolish, I
Sam ashamed to say."
"You were doing verywell in my
humble opinion with me, and by and by
a partnership might have come within
the limits of tho possible. I warned you
not to set up for yourself on borrowed
money, but you poohpoohed my well
meant advice."
"I did not poohpooh it, sir," said
Leclerohumbly. "But I thought Icould
see a fair prospect of success, and I was
eager to marry."
"On less than nothing."
"Clayfields is growing. A practice
would, I thought, come quickly. Iamn
too hot headed, I a(hnit."
"T dnn't want to make you more dis-


tressed than you are, buk. you sd t
must try and put acurb on your 1 t
osity. Why on earth didn't you cime'm
me when you got into this snoay trgp
ble? Which, by the way, I heard L
today."
"I thought the whole netighthaood
knew of it." "
"O course yo did. Youare,if yo
will pardon me, Leolero, sensitive to the
verge of selfishnes. But I ask why yoe
avoided me?" ,
"I did not are idappioach yo.
felt I had treated yod *th 6oAnt comr*
tesy."
"But you knmb I am noi xtaagat
What is the exact story of the mae y
had got your affairs into'
'"Briefly, I borrowed. 800 fro
money lender on I a :

"ad* much 966
"A little short of 200."
"Ahl Well?"
"It was in six bills of 50 nuia
over 18 months, the whole 800 to be
come due on tt failure to meet any od
the bills. I paid the first 80 easl
enough."
"Out of the loan. Well?"
"The second was a tough. jokb. T
third I managed to pay a portio of 4i
got a little time for the retmaider. 'Th
fourth I couldn't find a pennytowsds
so I pleaded for time, and the answer I
got was a bailiff, whom 1 4emnptWl
kicked into the roadway. "
"A remarkably wise pr8c4i .
"rba allowr norum bi w aamiMu im&a
An assault on an officer of the law is,
am award, a serious offense. I am tired
of staving off a prosecution. In any case
I shall be sold up immediately, and t
10 note would be an excessive valua-
tion of my purse. I paid mypassage and
the passage of my intended wife to New
York out of the last money I cold
raise."
"I know you, Leclero, or I'd be obliged
to say you were a very wicked young
man. Did you think at all of yoti~ ia
tended wife?"
"Think of her? God knows I did.
wasn't going to -the States on a wild
goose chase. My eldest brother there hat
a good practice and promised to try and
pull me through."
"A very slender staff for a newly
married man to lean upon. I' must say
I consider your treatment of MiAss od-*
ney most selfish and inconsiderate. Yko'o
wild antics this morning have complete
ly upset her. It is a mercy I wet tond
to 13 Felspar road this evening, ilt*e
that I induced her to.oemse hee witit
me, or heaven knows what might l a
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From the dawn "of civilization
when thoughts .were preserved iin .
manuscript only, to the end off enta-
ry days, hen.printed volumes air
almost as free as the air we bre4thbe
the most *profound thinkers and the
ablest writers have placed themselves
on record in i'ost eloquent phrpesi
regarding the value of.books. Cicero .
says: "They are the food of yotthi
the delight of old age; the ornament
of prosperity, the refuge- and cd-a
fort of adversity." As long as they
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ar might truly have said he had read
all the books ui the, world, but now
tc read the literature of atny people
the longest life ever lived would be
insufficient. But one neediffot se
himself to so serious a task, for
much, very much, that has been
written is not worth reading. Tht
.good must be separated frodi the bad;
and then condensed into the best, i
afford the choicest ii tellectnal f-od.
This process is constantly going on1
as has recently been exemplified id
the splendid work aptly entitled;
"Fileside Gems of Art, Poetry and
Prose," which this paper has provide
ed for its readers, as particularly
mentioned iA an advertisement hereto-
fore printed. The selections which
are comprised in this noble work are
.classified according to subjects, and
one therefore finds gemn' of poetry and
prose relating to home and fireside;
love and friendship, freedom iid pal(
triotism, camp and battle, wit and
humor; sentiment and reflection, grte'f
and pathos, description and narra-
tion, places and persons, country life;
and a wide range of miscellaneous
selections; while the noteworthy list
of authors .covers the whole field of
English literature, from Geoffrey
Chaucer to Bret Harte. Their named
as well as the first lines of verses, are
arranged alphabetically, so that one
can find everything as easily as in a
dictionaryy. Add to this the fact that
the selections. are beautifully llus-
lustrated, and one can appreciate the'
utility, value-and special interest of
the volume. It contains over 2O04
pages, nearly 200 artistic engravings'
is beautifully printed, and is m6st
desirable either for personal posses-
sion or as a gift to any one whose
good wi-hes and good ifl may bd
prized.
The advertisement of 'dif Fireside'
Gems is crowded out this week, but
will appear again, liortly; meanwhile
our erc(etional offei holds good ntiit

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The sohr. Crawford came in Thurs-
day from the fishing gtoiind and
sailed out again the same night.
The Jessie P. sailed for Pensacola
Wednesday, with two passengers.

PACKET SCHOONER

NETTIE
R.. L. MzRIu TT MASTER.
Leaves St. Andrews Bay every Tuesday,
leaves Pensacola every Friday,
(weather permitting). Special atten-
tion will be given to receiving and
forwarding freight tor parties living on
East and North Bay, passengerss for
points on either arm of the Bay can
depend upon securing prompt" trans-
portation at reasonable rates. For
further Information apply to
L. M. WARZ & Co., Agrs
C8HOONER-
JESSIE P.
CAPT. WM. HOLMES.
Makes regulartrips between Pittiburg on
SEast Bay and Pensacola; will make reg-
'ular 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 Peonle's Store at Pitts-
burg is headquarters and orders left
there will receive prompt and careful
.attention N. W. PITTS, Proprietor.

Personal
Pensacola Times: We had a call
yesterday from Mr. E. A. Emmons,
editor of the BuoY, of St. Andrews.
Mr. Emmons was a passenger on the
schooner Nettie which was wrecked
Tuesday morning above Big Sa. ine.
He speaks in glowing terms of Capt.
Broadbent and his seven gallant life-
savers, who came to the rescue of the
stranded mariners, and carried them
to the station in safety. Hurrah for
our jolly captain! He is continually
adding new stars to his crown.
Chipley Banner: Dr. Kester an.i
Mr. Blampioed,of St. Andrews, visit-
ed our town last week. Mr. L. M.
Ware, Esq., of St. Andrews Bay was
a visitor for several days last and
part o, this week.

Special Notice.
All those parties wishing the Buoy
to bid ir property for them at the
delinquent tax sale should so notify
Sus at once. No matter if you have
made the reque t before; do so again,
Examine the list, cut )ut the descrip-
tion of the property wanted, and pin
it on your letter send the amount
set opposite the same, adding a few
cents to help pay the expenses while
attelnding the sale, and be sure that
the money is in my hand by the 28th
day of November. Attend to this now.
W. A. EMMONS.

NOT 'WIAT WE SAY but
what Hood's Barsaparilla DoeL
that tells the story of its merit and suo.
cess. Remember HOOD'S Cures.

A Week's Weather.
The following table shows what the
temperature at St. Andrews has been
during the past week, from observations
taken at the BuoY office each morning
and noon:


Morn. Noon.


' rs ay,........ Oct 31
Friday.......... Nov 1
Saturday......... 2
Sunday ........." 3
Monday.......... 4
Tuesday......... 5
Wednesadv ..... 6


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Baxter p. o., Fla.
SOr the Broy


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season and by joining one of these, trees
.may be got at catalogue prices and con.
siderable can be saved lIn the way of
freight by the clubbing system, and the
sooner the orders go in the better :are the
chances for the choicest stock.
-It is an undisputable fact that
more and greater fortunes have been
amassed by speculations in stocks, grain
and securities than by any other known
method and while every body cannot ex-
expect to become suddenly wealthy by
this means, the investment of a few dl-
lars frequently lays the foundation for a
fortune, and by reference to an ad in this
issue it will be seen that the Great West-
ern Trading Company of Chicago, Ills.,
offers special inducements to investors.
The company has the reputation of being
reliable and honorable, and while it would.
be most unwise to invest means the loss
whereof would entail distress upon one's
self or family, there are few who could
not spare a few dollars with the prospect
of great returns upon the investment
"Nothing venture, nothing have." is*a
truism which applies to every business
transaction in life, and there is probably
no greater risk in investing a few dollars
through the Great Western Trading Co.
than there would be in planting a field of
corn or a patch of potatoes, or buying a
horse or a stock of merchandise, with the
probability of gains that would put all
ordinary business ventures away in the
shade. And from the fact that the com-
pany charges a commission only on the
profits of investments it stands to rea-
son that it will do its utmost to invest your
m'liey profitably.
my W aM- vY -The Loyal Temperance Legion
Meet ev9rey Sundayefternoon at 2 o'clock,


LOCAL DRIFT.

-Leggett's Extracts and Break-
fast Java Coffee at Pioneer Store.
-Nice bread, pies and cakes, fresh
every day at E. P. Maxon's store.
-Commercial, legal, and plain or
printed stationery at the BuoY office.
o -DeFuniak Breeze: The Chipley
Guide has temporarily suspended publi-
cation.
-The house and lot in Parker
known as the Halifax place is for sale at
a bargain apply to W. H. Parker, real es-
tate dealer, Parker, Fla.
-The holidays are tear at hand
ana no more beautiful or appropriate pres-
ent could be imagined or desired than the
Buoy's splendid new premium, Fireside
Gems.
-Cocoa shells, a delicious and
wholesome beverage, far superior when
properly prepared to either tea or coffee-
three pounds for 25c at the Pioneer Drug
Store. Try it.
-W. A. Emmons, proprietor of
the BUor has been appointed and fully
commissioned by the governor, a notary
public for the state at large, and will be
glad to wait upon anyone requiring his
services In an official capacity.
-Wagoners and fish haulers can
find plenty of fish all the time and fish roe
and oysters in their season at W. H.
Shands' slore, Parker, Fla.; also pleas-
ure boats for those wishing to make ex-
cursions to the Gulf or elsewhere.
-If you are thinking of buying
property in St. Andrews or immediate vi-
cinity, you cannot afford to purchase until
you have conferred with the proprietor of
the Buoy. If you are short of money and
want to buy on your own time for actual
settlement you can be accommodated.
M 'You will be doing the
W'BUQOY a great kindness, be-
"saides hA~ing your subscription ex-
l"tended, if you will send in pages 3
VW'to 8 of the delinquent tax list, or
lW as many of these pages as you have.
'G"A good many have already respond-
jl""ed, but as many as can be had are
aJl'needed.
-It may not be generally known
that Ch is.. Armstrong has established
a blacksmith shop on the bay front imme-
diately south of his store on Isabella st.;
but such is the fact, and the public will
find in him a superior workman and one
who will spare no effort to do your work
exactly as wanted and turn out a credita-
ble job in every instance.
-Did you ever stop to think how
important it is always to be on time and
that in order to be so you must possess a
good timepiece, and this leads to the sug-
gestion that T, C Danford has in his store
a large stock of clocks, ranging from
small inexpensive one. to larger and more
cl:trorate ana costly tiMepiees, all wrr-
ranted to keep good time nd sold a
prices as cheapas are con stent with re-
liable articles. -
-Marrianna Times Courier: Prof.
Josephus C. Lipes of St. Andrews Bay ar-
rived in the city yesterday and will make
arrangements to deliver his lecture on
"Gocd Citizenship" at the academy Fri-
day night. Prof. Lipes is a thorough ed-
ucator-a teacher, a writer, a lecturer-
and always makes a durable impression
upon his audience for good by advancing
practical ideas. He has lectured to large
audiences in various parts of the state
and the citizens of Marianna now have
the pleasure of hearing the great ques-
tion of the age discussed.
-By reference to advertisement
elsewhere in this issue, it will be seen
that the Peachwood Nurseries of State
Line, Miss. are again in the field for the
benefit of horticulturists and all who ex-
pect to plant out fruit ani ornamental
trees, plants and vines. The BUoY is as-
ssured that the stock, which every one
who has ever bought from them knows,
has always been first class in every par-
ticular, is better and more extensive this
year than ever before and an inspection
of Mr. Coles' new catalogue will convince
one of the truth of the claim, and
those Intending to plant should look it
over before ordering. A copy of the cat-
alogue can be had at this office, or by ad-
dressing the proprietor at State Line.
Clubs will b forming at the Broy office


Shaken by Earthquake.
Almost the entire territory of the
United States was visited by an
earthquake with the shock of greater
or less severity in different portions,
on the morning of the 31st ilt. It is
somewhat strange that it does not
appear to have visited Florida, al-
though the shock was distinctly felt
at New Orleans, Memphis and other
southern cities, and reports of its
visitation come from as far north as
Chicago, Ills., and points in Ontario,
Cinada.

WEST END.
Correspondence of the Buoy.
It seems as though we of the West
End ought to be represented more
thoroughly in the BuoY than hereto-
fore and we know it is impose ible-fo ,
you to gather all the happenings of
the burgh, yourself, and as "Lib"
appears to have retired from the lit-
'eray field and cannot be inrliccd to
take up the pen again, I will (if ac-
ceptable) try to aid you in gathering
the news of St, Andrews and vicinity.
It looks as though our citizens were
heeding Prof. Hicks' admonition to
prepare for another cold winter, for
we see some of the most prominent


ones


gathering fuel in quantit es;


stoves are going up in the business
places; the thinner's hammer resoun a
upon the air as he manufactures pipe
for the stoves; the wood haulers are
driving through the streets witL big
loads ot wood; the fishermen stand
shivering on the wharves speculating
as to the temperature of the water
and hesitating about getting into the
briny element-all because the mer-
cury is down-to 640 above zero,
West End expects the addition of
three families within a couple of
weeks-one from Mississippi, one
from Westville, Fla. and one from the
country near by. They will be per-
manent residents and help to im-
prove this pait of town and will add
to our population about fifteen in-
habitants. The Westville party is a
good watchmaker and he will open a
shop where he will be prepared to
keep our timepieces in running order,
while his sons will engage in the fish-
ing business.
Charles E. Sowles, son of our
townsman, Edwin Sowles, arrived on
the Nettie on the 27th ult. Although
Master Carlos is only twelve years
of age, he made the trip from Cold-
water, Mich., al6ne, and arrived here
safe and sound He was met at the
wharf by hi-tfather and brother, who
were made happy by his arrival.
Win. Stevens and fishing crew
started for the fishing grounds Sun-
day evening. He had two weeks'
supply of provisions and salt, and
will probably capture a goodly sup-
ply of the finny tribe.
Capt. E. Hand also started on the
same mission with his crew, Monday,
and the town is looking somewhat
destitute of able bodied men.
PRIMA TUB.

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p pneumonia, diphtheria, fever and
epidemics is given by Hood's Sarsapa-
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Don't Toacbco Spit, or Smoke
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The truthful, startling title of a book
about No-to-bac, thb only harmless,
guaranteed tobacco-habit cure. If you
want to quit and can't, use "No-to-bac."
Braces up nicotinzed nerves, eliminates
nicotine poisons, makes weak men gain
strength, weight and vigor. Positive
cure or money refunded. Sold at Pioneer
Drug Store.
Book at druggist, or mailed free Ad-
dress The Sterling Remedy Co., Chicago
office 45 Randolph St.; New York 10,
Snruca St.


TOBACCO CULTURE.

To the Farmers of Western
Florida.
When the land department of the
P. & A. R. R. issued tobacco seed in
188 a lew farmers succeeded. more
can succeed with additional infor-
ination.
W\.en the land department of tihe
L. & N. R. R. issumc tobacco seed in
1892 more farmer, succeeded thau in
1886.
I am prepared to issue more to-
bacco seed, with full and complete
instructions. I desire to call to the
attention of the farmers the fact
that in addition to the want of prop-
er curing, circumstances combined to
to prevent a satisfactury sale of your
tobacco in 1892. Circumstances will
be in favor of good prices next year.
The war in Cuba will cut off the sup-
ply from that counitrv almost entire-
ly, and there is not more than six
months Havana tobacco in the
country..
All 1rinl : who desire to plant
the t(JUan tobacco next year should
send me their names on a postal
card, giving the amount of land they
desire to plant, and I will send to-
bacco seed with full instructions be-
fore the let of January.
ANOTHER TOBACCO
is attracting attention in Florida.
Mr. Geo. W. Saxon, of Tallahssee,
has dpimoinhtrated that we can raise
the leaf f,,r manufacturing plug to-
bacco successfully, and that it lhs a
ready sale.
I have arranged with him to secure
proper reed, and such farmers as de-
sire to tiy the plug tobacco seed,
either in connection with the Cuban
cigar tobacco (or both) by sending
me'their address on a postal card
will be furnished the seed with full
instructions before the 1st of Jan-
nuay. W. D. CHIPLEY,
Gen'l Land Commissioner.
Pensacola, Fla., Oct. 29th. 1895.


V'lenty in These Waters.
Fishiiig Gazette.
Mackerel will soon be a luxury
that can be indulged in only by the
wealthier classes if the supply does
not increase, which is not likely, es-
pecially this season.


H HEART DISEASE, lke
many other ailments when they
have taken hold of the system,
never gets better of its own accord, but
Constantly grows worse. There are
thousands who know they have a defective
heart, but will not admit the fact. They
don't want their friends to worry, and
Deo't know what to take for it, as
they have been told time and again that
heart disease was incurable. Such was the
case of Mr. Silas Parley of Dyesville, Ohio
who writes June 19, 1894, as follows:
"I had heart disease for 98 fears,
my heart hurting me almost continually.
The first 15 years I doctored all the time,
trying several physicians and remedies,
until my last doctor told me it was only a
question of time as
I could not be cured.
I gradually grew
worse, very weak,
and completely dis-
couraged, until I
lived, propped half
up in bed, because I
couds't e sdown
nor sit up. Think-
ing my time had
come I told my fam-
ly what I wanted
done when I was
gone. But on the first day of March on
the recommendation of Mrs. Fannie Jones,
of Anderson, Ind., I commenced taking
Dr. NUes' ~ew Cure for the Heart
and wonderful to tell, in ten days I was
working at light work and on March 19 com-
menced framing a barn, which is heavy
work, and I hav'nt lost a daysince. I am 56
years old, 6 ft. 4% inches and weigh 2501bs.
I believe I am fwt lu cured, and
I am now only anxious that everyone shall
know of your wonderful remedies."
Dyesville, Ohio. SII.As PARLB .
Dr. Miles Heart Cure is sold on a positive
guarantee that the first bottle will benefit.
All druggists sell it at 1. 6 bottles for 5. or
it will be sent, prepaid on receipt of price
by the Dr. Miles Medical Oo., Elkhart, Ind

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Best For the Blood

Hood's Proved Ito Merlt-Ecxema
Cured.
Ir have used Hood' Sarsaparilla and
know it Is the best medicine for the blood
I have ever taken. Two years ago I had
a sore on one of my limbs below the knee.
I Spent Many Dollars
for medical attendance and treatment but
allinain. At last a friend urgedme to
try Hood's 8arsaparills. I told him it
would not do me any good as I had the
beat of doetors in this vicinity attend
me and they aid i wa a severe acue of
eoaema. He pvailed upon me however
to take one bottle and when ht was ad

tHood's *a*O

taken I noted a slight u r eS
improvement. I have
now used six bottles WC < %i
aNy lege swell. ad it not been for
a Inrspalls I do not think I
would ever ave conquered my com-
plaint." J.W.HINDMAt, Fort Lawn, S.C.


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Abraham Carel.Werthein set of swi se................. 14
Abraham Carel Werthein ni and swi nwi of se9 sI of seo.15
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Abraham Carel Werthein ne and wi of wi ei set.......12
Abraham Carel Werthein nei of net and nwi of nwi and
si of ni and si. ............13
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12 640 10 73
12 644 10 73
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12 640 10 73
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12 640 10 73
12 610 10 73
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12 640 10 73
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12 640 10 3
12 640 103 3
12 640 10 73
12 640 10 73
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12 640 10 73
12 640 10 73
12 640 10 73
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DELINQUENT TAX NOTICE.
NOTICE is hereby given that the following described lands will be solo s.t
public auction on the 2d Day of December, A. D., 181.5, at Vernon, in
the County of Washington, at 12 o'clock, noon, or so much thereof as will be
necessary to pay the amount due for taxes herein set opposite to the same, to-
gether with cost of such sale and advertising. Taxes for 1894.
A. Q. JONES,
Tax Collector Washington County.
EXPLANATIONS-Of the abbreviations used in the following list: n, trb uorth: s, south;
e, east; w, west; nw, northwest; sw, southwest; ne, northeast; as, southeast; bl, or
Walks for blocks; sec, for section; fr, for fraction.


11 64u 8 5 69
11 640 5 69
11 640 5 69
11 640 5 69
11 640 5 6.)
11 640 5 (9
11 640 5 69
11 640 5 69
11 640 5 69
11 160 1 91
11 400 3 80
11 640 5 69
11 480 4 43
11 120 1 61
11 600 5 39
11 640 559
11 640 5 59
11 640 569
11 640 5 69
11 640 5 69
11 640 569
11 640 509
11 640 5 69
11 80 128
11 640 8 54
11 640 854
11 640 8 54
11 640 8 54
11 640 8 54
11 640 8 54
11 640 8 54
11 640 8 54
11 640 854
11 640 8 54
11 640 8 54
11 400 5 39
11 560 7 98
11640 8 54
11 640 8 54
11 640 8 54
11 644) 8 54
11 640 8 54
11 640 8 54
11 640 8 54
11640 854
11 640 8 54 a1
11 640 8 54
11 640 8 54
11 640 8 54
11 640 854
11 640 8 54
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11 640 8 54
11 640 8 54
11 640 8 54
11 560 7 98
11 64 8 54
11 560 7 58
11 640 8 54
11 640 8 54
11 610 8 54
11 640 8 [4
11 560 7 58
11 640 854
11 640 8 54
11 640 8 54
11 640 8 54


11 400 6 95
'11 til ) 10 73
11 610 8 54
11 G40 10 73
11 640 10 73
11 640 10 73
11 640 10 73
11 640 10 73
11 480 8 21
11 640 10 73
11 640 10 73
11 320 5 69
11 480 821
11 640 10 73
11 400 6 1.6
11 210 4 43
11i 60 1 61
11 15 98
11 2.0 5
11 40 1
11 40 1 44
11 480 8 21
11 320 5 69
11 40 1 44
11 40 1 44
12 32O 5 69
12 320 5 69
12 640 10 73
12 640 10 73
12 610 1073
12 640 10 73
12 640 10 73
12 320 5 69
12 640 10 73
12 240 44 43
12 6(0) 10 50
12 640 10 73
12 6410 10 73
12 640 10 73:
12 640 10 ;3
12 640 T10 73
1240 6 95
12 t40 10 73
12 640 1)
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12 640 10 73
12 640 10 73
12 640 10 73
12 64lu 10 73
12 520 8 84
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Hood's Pills cure all liver ill, eonsttps.
tion, billousess, iek headahe, Indigestion
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IP A Er B 9. .. visiting for the past lon mionthe iltj -Several ads \ihich should have
her son Charles in Biiniiiighain, Ala. appeared arecrowdud out of this issue by
was exi.ected howe this wee.-. tie tax list. Such an occurrence will hIe
The fish wagons at this place have prevented in tne future if possible.
been numerous for several days and T H IA
Still there is plenty of fish, and fish TIN A C
roe for sale.
I was mistaken about one item For Thin PeoDle.
last week: instead of Messrs Oliver Are You Thin ?
Sand Owens, Martin Davis, and J. Flesh made with Thinacura Tablets by a
.O---- Marti-n Davis and J. scientific process. They create perfect
Thursday, Nov 7, 1895. Brown have the contract for building assimilation with every form of food, se-
S the new tre and atpresent writing cretiug the valuable parts and discarding
HE NETTIE BEACHED. the new store and at present writing he worthless. 'Ihey make thin faces
They have the framing nearly coin- plump and round out the figure. They
are the
the (coes Aground Twelve Miles plete. 0. B. SERVER. STANDARD REMEDY
West of East Pass. for leanness, containing no arsenic,
On Wednesday morning, the 30th Blood and Nerves are very closely re- and absolutely harmless.
ti., as the schooner Nettie was on laited. Keep the blood rich, pure and Price, prepaid. $1 per box, 6 for $5.
., as e sooner ette was on healthy with Hood's Sarsaparilla and you Pamphlet, "HOW TO GET FAT," tree.
he a to willl1 hae The THINACURA Co.
he way to Pensacola she struck bt-will have no trouble from nervousness. 949 THI CU New York.
tom, aid was still lying there at lat- Hood's Pills are the best after-dineror
est accoutits. pills, assist digestion, prevent constipat- H & Son
A very lneagre statement, which ion.2c G Haker n,
canint be sa i to be an account of the Every patronoftheBuo whowil H A
on. Cd r Every patron of the Buoy who will C
accident has been received from E. A. .ithin the next 24 days send back
Emmons. editor of the BUoY who was
pages 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8 of the de-
a passenger o te boat. He says: linquent tax list recently received by MANUFACTURERS
Thle boat strangled at 4:50 o'clock '
amr.ee ,abot t eardd m 0o's, loithem will receive credit for one ah l
a. m., aboit 300 yards from shore, .
r. o ard r, n hore, month's subscription for each corm- i hi n ll
he received a severe Irui.; e on the s t ith p t. U. J lin fIr
Splete set and in that proportin;i for
hand and lost his hatclel with a new b ok sets ad be h l
bioken sets and. be heartily thanked
suit of clothes and several other be e m o e il nl
besides. The postage will be only '
articles, and had it not have been for e he poe i on
one cent for thie whole six leaves anil
thle competency of ,he Santa Ross ai
l e you will get then again in November.
-Life Saving crew the consequences
would have been much more serious. The Ladies' Safe Absorber---Not
The crew and passengers were all a Drop Can Escape It.
couniaerably lrightcecdl; but he does It is absolutely reliable, easily ad- ?
Sinur j usted, anddoes not become misplaced.
not tell of any further bodly inries. It can be worn when desired by special --- --
Capt. L. M. Ware and Otto Franz of circumstances without the knowledge A N D
the sloop Mary left for the scene of of another. It is simple to use and in-
the wreck Saturday afternoon and had spires confidence in the women using UlUildsin Material
"it. It is reliable and scientifically Window and Fancy Glass a
not been heard from at the hour of made anddoes not injure the health pecia
going to press. Itis medicated with cne of the best Specialty.
gn to p s Antiseptic which gives it power to pre- ESTIMATES C H( E ERF U L LY
The latest advices are that the vent and destroy putrefaction, or what GIVE N
boat is high ai.ld dry upon the sand. is the same thing, the bacteria upon ,
Which putrefaction depends. We guar- If You Want Cash
Pensacola Nens. antee "Th6 Ladies' Safe Absorber."
The packet schooner Nettie flying It will be sent securely sealed in plain For Cat nelle d 4 cents in stamps for
wrapper upon receipt of the price, 50
bet.veen Pen6acola and St. Andrews, wcents or three for $00 ( ic we price lists to Hook& Bowling. Den. Equit-
cents or three for $1.00 (which we able Building, Memphis,Tenn. They also
went a.*hore about 12 miles to the guarantee to last for one year,) with represent laie nanufacturern Write ato
full directions. No circulars.
westward of East Pass, at 5 o'clock LADIES SUPPLY CO.. them for prices of anything you want.
Syesterdlay morning. She was bound LaCrosse, Wis.
ti way w n -th -ocurred, .... NOTICE.
this way when the disaster occurred, M j- All persons holding claims against the
and had one lady passenger. One estate of Geo. Russell, late of Washing-
ofrteh o re jll p1 overboard Oand You ton county, deceased, are required to pre-
th crew jump evboar nCan Oet sent their claims to the undersigned ad-
reached tihe beach, along which he Ferry' Seeds at your dealers ministratrix, within twelv months from
as fresh and fertile as though the date hereof.or they will be barred by
walked, a distance of 25 miles, t ou otthemdlrettre omFerryl the statute of limitations. And all per-
tlid qilarantiine station. There he e sons who are indebted to th2 said estate
WS given food anili permitted to all in any manner are lieroby requested to
was given food anl permitted to |come forward and settle without delay.
come Io rhe ciiy. He bore a letter Y Sl )ated Oct. 22d, A. D. 1895.
are known and planted every- SARAH R. RUSSELL, Admx.
Iloni tile Netiti 's mln.ster to Mr. where, and are always the
b Ferry's Seed Annnal
,l-niis Be:iar. I(iwie.-tin., the aid of a for 1895 tells all about Whocanthi*
'Mis ear 1, e.tig them. Free. WANTED-AN I DEA ome simple
tulg. O.Ie of lith la.gr tll.. conl'l D.M. Ferry& Co. thingtopatent? Protect yourideas;they my
Detrolt Mioh, bripgmyou weth. Writte JOHN WEDDER-
it lie enri'l.v.l, but tile Ilin left DtroitMo. CO. atent Attorneys, Washington,
,t ..Ie n of I D. C.. for their l,S00 prize offer.
- In t igh~ t 1 r he %cnc of re -----i-
dentl. i 'l.' v .-Cl U an liii. casy at, t

The Helen had 'on board -a crew
anid lifl'-savi;,g alIlialcees from tihe
life-baving tat inn. .

Latei-T'l'l Helen arrived back
at 3 6'elock l his iltcnrioonl, bringing h
Mrn. John Stourock and E. A. Emi- YoU f UI A 1ord U I Miss 1 Clllee!
nmnnr, pa.tesngers. Thi: crew stayed
by tlre vessel, whicvhr i now well uip Having Purchased the Stock of Goods in the Store at
on the beach, with water knee derep
in the forecastle. a S
Pensacoia Times
The schooner Nettie, from St. An- I am Making Constant*,Addintions 'Ihereto and Propose to
drews, bound for Pensacola, stranded
hard and fast on the beach at 5 o'-
clock yesterday morning, 12 miles kELL F2 C AS L
this side of East Pass. One of the
crew jumped overboard and proceeded IUO 1.
to quarantine station, where he arriv-
ed at 3 p. m., and from there sent a A the Lowest Living Mllargin of Profit.
letter to Mr. Morris Bear of this city.
Dr. White. of the quarantine station, dl Treat Ever Cslt emr Alike an Courteolsly.
hearing his case of dist ress, gave him Call and See My o ds and Cet y Prices
oo ad allowed him to proceed to Call and See My Coods and C t My Prices
the city. The man was entirely fag- W f A H S\S
geli out, having walked more than 25 W a


miles, without food or rest, A R L A
through the heavy sand along the A FL A
shore.
There was one lady passenger on
-board the Nettie and several gentle-
men, who had to remain out until
hell) could be secured. Lieutenant
Falkenstein of the Penrose was noti-
fied, as was tile life saving station, n e 0 ng I

ipan o tc help was immediately In the Robb Building, Isabella St., West End.

d PARKER. CHAS. G. ARMSTRONG
Correspondence of the Buo. Has Opened Out a CHOICE STOCK of
It beginni to look like we might GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS,
have a wedding in this burg before
many weeks. To be sold COH-: AP FOS ,OA.S :, OI --LY-
And he invites the patronage of all who appreciate GOOD GOODS and
Aunt Bettie Parker went up the REASONABLE PRIDES.
bay on Saturday to remain some FRESH BREAD, PIES AND CAKE, BAKED EVERY DAY.
time.
A great many people in this vicin-
ity are suffering from bad colds, no
doubt caused by the sudden cold ESTABLISHED IN 1856.
change in tihe weatier-.
J. A. Donalsou sailed a party of
u,-country gentleman to the Gulf



.so far, tlie tish are very scaise anl NU S IJd
ona day last week
The news comes from St. Joe, that e h Z Ji s s

tieo vthe fh re vhery scarce nd rThe proprietor of these well-known and long established Nurseries, offers
te several rew. there ar feeling to the planting public a large and well-grown stock of

R. Barrow cae at his regular Apl, Pear, Paca, Pllm, Apricot, Nectarine, Mlberry
spll.i.,intllit oni Thur.idny iast, but A.TLN D O'_'_li.-i.~ J : F TT'IT TIE EElS !
the disagreealble weather pn evented GRAPE VINES,
l, STRAWBERRY,
niany frinl going oil church. RASPBERRY
Those. Marshall one of our genial AND
BLACKBERRY FLANTS.
1.) lpsi, is preparing for an intended Also a choice selection of open ground
Stiou this ROSES, EVERGREENS AND SHRUBBERY.


ome grown and adapted to the climate. Send for Catalogue. Address,
A. C. CGLES, Peachwood Nurseries,
SState Line, Miss.


OWNER.


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corner and nwt of nwt.......
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Horticultural a n d( Improvm mit







ORGANIZED JANUARY. 9, 1892.

i'he purpose of this Association is to Improve the Country adjacent to St
Andrews Bay and to
Develop its Resources as a Fruit-Growing Country.
1. 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 Irprovemnents as will enhance 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 su,-h tract shall be a
Source of Revenue to its Owner.
Ab TO RELIABILITY OF THE ASSOCIATION
The first question wh;ch will naturally be asked will be: "lis 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 any responsible business man or firm doijig bIhsiness on the B1v 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
for damages from any cause possible to be prevented.
From a careful estimate of the probable expense and income of a fruit
plantation in the St. Andrews Bay country a few figures are given:
Price of ana per acr, say $25 to $50; cost of clearing, say .$20; -ost of planting lst
year, say $30; cost ofcultivation each year thereafter, .$(2
It is not extravagant to estimate that a i-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, thongh perhaps a little
longer, some of them, in coming into profitable nearing may he named pears, apricots,
nectarines, ..lums, prunes, mulberries, olives, Japan persimmons almonds English
weelnuts, Jipala. chbCiitit-, pecans, and naliy other varieties of fruits and nuts. which
are almost certain to flourish here; while oranges and citrus fruits, though not con-
sidered certain yveldl large returns oftener than they miss.
The Secretary of the Assodiation will ive particular attention to an-
swering letters of inquiry, and the Buoy will in its answers to correspondents an-
swer all questions asked it.
R E M E M B E R, the Association Lands will be sold on Easy
Terms of Paiyiniint but improvements must be paid for as satisfactory proof is given
that the work has been performed. CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED.
Address R. E. HOWARD, Sec.
Harrison, Fla.


FURN IT URE.
If yon need FURNITURE of any kind, call on


MARSTON


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Elizabeth Prather
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J A Benson........
JD Phillips........
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W H Nutting......
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L. M. WARE


JNO. R. THOMPSON


Pioneer Store





L. A1. E & CO.,


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GROCERTES
HA RDWARE,

BUILDERS' SUPPjLTVM

Ship Chandlery, Salt Fish, Etc, Etc.: Etc
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Baltimore Twine and Net Compang
ALSO FOR







NORliTH BAY LUMBER COMPANY.


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0. TOMPKINS & CO.
ARE PREPARED TO FURNISH

Rough and Dressed Lumbar of All Grades.


THE PATRONAGE OF THE PUBLIC SOLICITED

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$ SAVE DOLLARS $ 5
.. ....j. By purchasing one of the Richmond Desk Corn-
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Vl'" W rite for prices and catalogue.





Piney Woods Saw-Mill



ON EAST ST. ANDREWS BAY;

Postoffice, Farmdale, Fla.
Can Furnish Rough Lumber
FOR BUILDING PURPOSES, FENCING, ETC., ON SHORT NOTICE.


Should


you not find what you want on the yard, leave your
order, which shall have
PROMPT ATTENTION.
R. V. DEADERICK, Mager.


East End Drug Store!

COMMERCE STREET, ONE BLOCK FROM BAY.




Fresh and of Guaranteed Purity.

DR. W. G. MITCHELL, PROPRIETOR,
Offers His Professional Services to the Citizens of St. Andrews a n
Surrounding Country.
May be cnund at his residence on Buenna Vista avenue at night.


I WANT every man and v
States interested in the
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Assessment and Fayment of Taxes,
Will be Given Prompt, Personal Attention.
CALL ON
W.H. Parker,
Real Estate Dearer.
Parker, Fla. ,--


BE WI l:R A T T A.
The following errors i ere discovered in the foregoing list, or the taxes were
paid on the property described after the pages upon which the descriptions ap-
pear had been printed:
Page 3-1st col. tax list 17th line; n, read r.
Page 3-1st col. tax list, A. J. Gay, 7 acres on w side lot 9, sec 23, tp. 2s, r 14 w;
tpx paid.
Page 3-2d col. t'x list, omit blks 47, 48 sei sec 1, tp 3 s, r 14 w.
Page 3-2d col. tax list, omit Jno. D. Stevens, lot 1 sec 4, tp 3 s, r 14 w.
Page 3-2d col. tax list, blk 23, sw I sec 8, tp 3 s, r 14 w; tax paid.
Page 3-2d col. tax list, blks 61 and 62 nwi sec 8, tp 3s, r 14 w; tax paid.
Page 3-2 d col. tax list, blks 4 and 5 nw i sec 8, tp 3 s, r 14 w, tax paid.
Page 5-1st col. tax list 8th line; after 17 add, and si lot 31.
Page 5-2d col. tax list, 17th line; after lot 8, add, also lots 36 and 37.
Page 5--last col. omit Mrs. T. W. Simpson, lot 3, blk 9, swi sec 21, tp3 s, r 14 w;
tax paid.
Pjge 6-1st col. tax list, omit Unknown, blk 9, sef sec 22, tp 3 s, r 14 w; tax paid.
Page 7-2d col tax list, 18th line from bottom; Reif Karl, read Unknown lot 25
blk 58 sei sec 27 tp 3s r 14 w
Pege 7-laas col. 127th line; after 17 add and lot 18.
-Pige S--Iat col. 128th line; after 17, add, less lots 23, 24, 36, 37 of blk 16.
A. Q. JONES, Tax Collector Washington County.
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