ST. ANDREWS BAY
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_T. ANDES BAY, FLA., DEC. 17
ST. ANDREWS BAY, FLA. DEC. 17, 1is'v.
Against the World.
8fentklI- lion. dSani'l Pasco, Mohticello
4.111 ",'kinsonu Call, Jaick.,ianviil'e.
Kitepreset.. ives-I st LDistrict, S.M. Spark-
an.lti Ta iipa": 2d District, C. M
.i .) Ofice--Register. J. M. Barco; Re-
lR.- c-ir--N D Waiiwright, Gainesville
olverrnor-He ry L. Mitchell; Attorney
Q 'eral Wmin. B. -Lamar; Secretary of
Sti16; J. L. )rawl'ort1; Comptroller, W,
Ir Bloxln;ni; Commissioner of Agricul-
lllre, L. 1. Wombwell: Sutperintendent
itf P'ublic f'iit ructiol \V, N. Sheats;
Treasurer, C. C Ilins; Justice of.Su-
preme Court, R. F. Taylor, Ta:ll:aliass.'e
U S. SENATOR.
First District-WVilkinson Call, Jaskson-
ville; Second Disl riet, Samta iel Pn!aIE.
) lonitie llo.
ia vntlAfifth Distric- loiiza W. Weeks,
l ,rt's latinive. J. R Wells, Chiploy,
County .Jud1gv, 1). I). Melvin, Vernon;
Clerk of Court, County Clerk, Recorder
of Deeds, W. B. Lassitter, Vernon;
Sheriff, C. G. Alien, Chipley; Treasurer,
Rt. C. Horne, Chipley; Tax Collector, A.
Q. Jones, Vernon; Tax Assessor, A.
J. Gay, Grassy Point; Superinteeennt
'ff Public Instruction, W. L. Lockey;
Chipley; Surveyor; Thos. Collins, Chip-
Susrtie of the Peace, C. H. Crippen;
Notary Public, Deputy Circuit Court
Clerk, R. D. Hopkins: School Supor-
visor, R. F. Bratkin; Post Master,. G.
osaltmiistress, Mrs. Ellison.
'ostmi sress, Annie R. Parker; Notarv
Public, W. H. Parker.
ustmaster, N. W. Pitts.
CALIOUN COUNTY -C IUoMANTON.
4" ctaerics, E. Mosher, Frank Hoskinst, F
B. Bell; Postmaster, W. M. Cromani;
County Commissioner, 11. AM. Spicer
Deputy Clerk of Courts. S. T. Walkley
Metlhdis(-Church cor. Wi shington ave
and Cliestnut st-Rev. W. M. Croian,aI
paslor. Prea'-ling at 11 a. mn. mid ~::'0
p. m. every alternIite Sui,.- Y.n
Y. P. i C. .--l 'r, 10r i nL I. I .11 Ih.
Pi'rvh l' riait i unl., tli i -i
ioon llt 3::i 0 I 'elcuk. .\il. i l et' i a ,l>.d
Baptis t- Clihu -li, ci rn' r i \\" .. in -,
I ein e .11l Cihcilli:l i stle,.t .L 1l rlI
coli'f rer 1 11i 1.iIt i,'l i- flir-t :'i l.i
pt 4 p. Sruz tlah ,'ll.'...l cut .S" t'iai i ,I
t I a. ul. -. '
Sev enti D.y Duajlit--iil.-., l'r. S:1:
irdas it II -"cl,
)iiLe j.'niinIe 1ia`n1 ', I.'\X ViLr .'-Iits prayer
necl ilig siani place erery F'li-l' evi intg
it i:: ,
i irehliy'cri.'taa--Chlri h ciii'-.'a let aaaine
veime and Dirake street. Rev. 0. i.
S-'lade (Chiristian) preaches lby pe rinis-
"oli e ery allerniate Suitd;,:a a; ::1 i l.
.athl olie -Chueh cii neo i \I\. lnini ; e-
lo ie and Foster ,triel..
F-\:i. west ailtld In ti h 111 a.il, v :t ClhI;,i. ,le
par-ts Ce ery day exv-ctir si,ri,,ht .it 12::i;0
o'o luck; arrit rs every div t'xcelpl .:-ul
any at '12:01 p. ma.
EKast Bay mail for Harrison, Oromanton,
Partker, Farmadale and Wetappo, leaves
St. Andrews guing east ever naiurninig
at 2 o'clock and arrives, coiinig west
every afternoon at (' c'clock,
North Bay v(Anderson): A-'rivcs at St.
Andrew- every Monday, Wedricsda and
Friday, -t. in-.; Returns to Anderson
same days at 1:30 p. m.
Parker Lodge No. 142,
A. '. Sc & A,. 3i
'Regular (Jomnmunications on Satur-
lay. on or before each full moon.
Visiting hBrothers Fraternally
XWV. R. PARKER W. M.
". M BO.LChLLE, Secretary.
S .. + W. A. .EMMONS,
'Notary Public for Ibe Stale at Large; has
; .,iurnidictioato adiminjster. oalia, take
S. alficavi:s, legalize ackuow;ledgments,
PJBLISH D E ERY THURSDAY
One Dollar a Year in Advance.
WILLIAM A, EMMONS
Pro p r t or.
Display ad rates 50c per inch per month
Position and extraordinary condition
rates subiect to special agreement.-:.
Origin of tie Christmas Tree
and Decoration With
New York Mercury;
Among the votaries of the early
Druids there was a suplerstition/tl:-t
the houses sliould be decorated wtth
evergreens in December in order tiat
the ,l\1va:n spirits ini;Iht enter thlit;
and thus be k jipt free fr'i e
blast of the cldI normt wind an t io
frost n;:il a Inil er seasniII
renewed the foliage of tleir usual
The Christmas tree is really fra-in
Egypt, where the palm tree puts
forth a branch every month, anil
where a spray of this tree, witli 12
shoots on it, was unseI in Eypvt at
the titihe of the winter' solstice as a
symbol of.the year completeti
\Vho dIoes not Know the p,,,n,
The mtiseltoe hung in the castle hall;
The holy branch shone on the old oak iail?
Years ago over every man 's dotr
in Englatd chung a si,rig of imudotot,'.!
at this s-ason. There still lover.
a iiuystic cliarm about the m.istleti,,
and many a girl now, with a thrii!
of expectancy, places a Lbranch of it
under the chanlelier or over tihe
door. According to a former beliei,
wlhen a girl is caught and kissed
under the mi'tletoe a cherry uinst Ibe
picked off with each kiss, and when
the berries have all been plucked tlhe
Among the ancient Britons tlhe
mistletoe that grows on tlihe (ak tree
was the kind held in favor. Because
of its heathen original it is not used
ofl ii in church decorate ns, a fact t
Sbiih i.- i ef-ried ti,, .\ 1 V:-i'1,1t. i
hli\ ng in I ii- "lI' I ffr;r 'lyt',_- iTtillt i
where lie has the learn.*dI parson re-
buke the unlearned clerk for this very
In Germany and Scandinavia the
liolly or holy tree is called Chlist's.
thorn, Ibecause it puts forth its berries .s
at Christmas time, and theref`:re is ,
especially filed tor church decora-
tions. With its glo. sy, dark leaves
and blight, red berries, it is an i
attractive decorations f'r tii.he houIe.
The Jew's used to decorate at tileir t
feast of tabernacles with evergreens I
The lauael was nued at the earliest
times of the Romrans as a decoration
for all joyful occasions aud is sigiiifi-
cant of peace and victory. i
In sonic places it is customary to o
throw branches of laurel on the g
Christnmas thre anil watch for ormens I
while the leaves cui: and crackle in, a
thle heat and flanl. i
The evergreen tree is a s mbol used
as the revival of nature, which, ast ii i
Ininiically, signifies the retn.r:t of tlhe i
sun. Hnng with lights aind offt- c
ings, the tree has for cent uiies Ieen s
one of the principal: characteristics of
The tni'ersal Holiday.
'l['ere is no hilida v in all the lInna .
eto.f iiy whie' in. Fl.-id a. pcil a at-
t. nlioi gven to lian cont ey:, nce fiad ctaleonlar ol the nmtiths that is oi 1111i1
to marriage services. Oliic t e ver-sall anld so eithllusiasticall cele-
.IJOY Oltice, St. Andidrs -B. brated as Chris't.raas. All mlen evei '-
DR.. J J.-KESTER, were take heart of grace and srmaile
SHomeopathic Physician and Ac- a hieerier smile as the music of lhe
Scoucher. Office Pioneer Drug Store,
corner of Shell avenue and Michi- lhristtmas bells falls iupn their ear'..
:gn street, Whoever will look back to his young
St. Andrews. d* Florida, days cannot help remembering what
a strange, mystic time Clhistmas w-as.
'DR. W. C4, MITBCHELL, TLher, was something alhaist awe in-
SProprietor East End Drug Store, of- aspiringg iii the mu ndc of the Christman
feor his professional services to the cos a idi i
eltizenm of St. Andre,-s ay and cal g a t tlidughit inl e open,
vAintity. Office at Drug tlove. froisty air. Aind these Christmas
S. ttesidence on Bueina Vista a. line "waits" who sung, who were they?
pi ftposite old Florida Excihange. Unseen and unknown, we almost
W. H. PARKEI, deemed them beings of a fairer
#' tdliry Puitlie and Surveyor. Special at- world sent down to make Christ-
td'ition givenU to all Notarial usinesA mnas delightful If we had known in.
dild to lihe Drawingof Maps, CIharts, ece
., to hger. Ma"s, F;s tho.-e days that these men who broke
C. I. ('IPI'E.the silence of the star night to tell
: itstlic of the Peace, ts what "thel herald angels" sang
SUill at.niad nroin;,:lv to all business do- were mortals given to the smoking
mandlling hii alitention within hin sjuris- of tobacco and the drinking of porter,
diction. O(Jtfhe on BRa-vi.-u street, one
4 ; l. Iilk iltarilin-a.t of T C. Danftrd's all otir romantic dreams would have
sta.re. Rnle days, First Monday in ended there and then. As we grow
S- - older we grao\ Wiseri and therefore a
WANRED-AN IDEA Whocanthln' title sadder. We know, of course,
topatent Prote yourreas thea that there is no real Santa Claus;
J OHN ou wealth, Wriate JOHN WEDDEea
& Co., Patent Attorneys, Washingto, butewish the were!
t Q.. lor thear SL,s Mprize obshow i wish there were!
Origin ot Christmas Gifts.
Now York Mercury.
At the tiie ot the RomanI atur-
la!ia friends, masters and sla ves
easted together, and gifts were ex-
hatiged in a manner similar to the
,resent time. in fact from tlhe
arliost times the giving and receiv-
ng of gifts and the offerings to the
ia r have been the way in which
people have expressed thanks and
hovwn their joyful ness. It is the
Thought and not the xtpe-nse ot the
lihristItas gift that pleases the recip-
In giving presents at this season
hey should be chosen with love in
he heart and the thought .of suit
Secretary Morton shows that Great
Britain is our best customer. Our
xport trade to England alone is
greater than with all the rest of the
rorld put togethel'i
Dout's lor Christmas.
Don't pay more for the Christma
tree than you do for the 'ruit. This
is for everybody.
.Don't expect too .mnughc.u the way
of Christmas gifts. You mlay hav
to put your foot in your stoekimng be-
fore you find anything in it. This
is foi those of s-ilgninp tem perament.
Don't buy presents until after you
pay your debts. Give your creditors
a chance to celebrate a merry Chr at-
mas before you perform that duty for
any one else. This is for wholnso-
-ver the coat fite.
DYni't give your boy a drumn anIl
thl.-, t-il him i I- h miiu-.'r mik, a ,oi-e
wih it. Do,'t give Vnt, daughter a
horse and forbid heer to take it ,mi. of
tho stable without asking you. This
is for parents who, have money
enough .to a'fTomld drums and horse
lor Chriistt i s gifts.
Don't be everlastingly harpug ,on
what you wish to have for a Chllist.
rmas gilt. Possibly all your friends
will ti-ke the i.nt antd then you'll
have a sur lusii and have to start a
stlre to reaidu it. Thi- is for a large
and highly amusing class.
Don', Link that the spirit of, good
will, the impulses of genero-sity, and
the jolly latiglh of good fellowship are
thlings that aie less necessary to yol'r
being truly happy all the ye r round
than they are oil Christnmas delay. By
hearing this in mind you may be ahile
to enjoy 1896 as yon have enjoyed
no Ithelr year. Like the fil.-t ",don't,"
this is lor everybody.
Old Christmas Customs.
One custom that has come to uss
troum across the sea is that ot hanging
up stockings on Christinias eve.-Ilit-
tie children are taught that St.
Nichhla,-. biangs in gifts to them
hroiuuKhl closed windows, anid it is
.',llp .,sed this custom stIrted front a
Iram iltili thit St. NichiMilai used to
lihrow purses of nil.,iey in tlih ..uhiih
the 1t iaad Ua ,,df d por an ibli-0 .>,
: t 'he\ mtighlit have nai i:age por-
Howison, hi li s sketches af upper
Canada, says that lie met once at
mnidniight on a 1beautiiful mI a':lighht
Christinas eve, ai'i lIliai wv)i ho wa
softly creteping al ,ng on tile ground.
Upon being questioned, the Indian
nrtioned tto hiii to be silent, and
iaid: "We watch to see the deer
kneel. This is Christmas night, a ad
all the leer tall :-ipon tLeir knees to
he (Great Spirit and look tip."
How the Greek Celebrates
It is more than likely that many
)f our Chri t.-tas customls were born
i Greece, more particularly the dec-
arations. lights anl1 games. IHere
liosts atml hobgoblins are rampant
between, Chlris.mas dlay and Epiphany
ind children a i- often frightened
into)-nwillinig albedience by tihe tales.
As thie pious Greek fasts for a month
)efore Chrlstmnas the feast of that day
s very welcome to .inm, though it
oInsists printcitpally of macaroni andd
Ont tlie island of Clhios there is in
ise a sti'range sort of IChristlua tree.
vkich is .-ailn timess smilii i a pole
dtrnedl with ftruits aind flowers, car-
iie, ly a tenant itanaer tto ii., ]amal-
irid as a present that typifies tlhe
,t,,i will and wihies for an abund-
nlllia Knlle i, i e i1vte.11 .' ll liuItIr Iten
f t: enm living in this county; also,
ifty-nine graitd children, ten great
grand-children, three sons-in-law,
eight daughteis-in-law, two grand-
lons-in-law andi one grand-daughter-
in-law, all of whm, except two in
Fexas, live within a radius of seven
niles of McDavid.
During a thuniderstormn, it is point-
.d out. the inhabitants of houses
bould not remain in the kitchen or
other room w her- a fire is burning in
he grate, as the heated gases from
he chimney top provide a line of least
resistance, and this is so whether the
house be provided \witi lightning rods
Perhaps thie new woman is respon-
ible for the falling off in marriages
n England For the first quarter of
his year only 10.6 persons in 1000
married, which is the lowest rate on
to admit that there was nothing for it
but to accept Vickery's confession, and
be satisfied with a solution of the mys-
tery of the locked doors which Inspector
Briggs offered them, namely, that it
was quite possible-though he insisted
he did not urge it as a theory, or a be-
lief of his own-some one had entered
tlie house after the murder, or was con-
cealed in the house all night, and had
secured the doors in order to give him-
self ample time to carry out some plan,
the nature of which was not yet known.
"Of course," added the inspector,
"your business, gentlemen, is concerned
with nothing but the murder of Mrs.
Davorn. I have no desire to confuse you
with secondary matters. "
The 15 jurymen left the house thor-
oughly discomfited. Their visit had
taught them little or nothing. There
was no mystery in the case which had
not been cleared up by Vickery's con-
fession. The mystery of the stolen m6n-
ey did not concern them. It was a mat-
ter for the police.
Having made up their minds so far
the jury and its guardians sought out a
decent restaurant and there discussed a
When the court was reopened at 8
o'clock the coroner, who seemed to have
got rid of a good deal of his weariness,
informed the iurv :hat Dr. Percival was
Davorn had not died from the effects It
chloroform was based upou more thnt
one assumption. But I felt that an im-
pression so hastily formed wanted viny
strong corroboration, under the circum-
stances. I have obtained that corrobora-
tion. With the valuable assistance o
Surgeon Norton I have made a post mor-
tem examination of the deceased, and I
have arrived at the conclusion that pshi
met her death through natural cause,..
The exact cause of death, in fact, wi.
apoplexy. I think I may venture upou
Roared at By a Wh.ile.
"No," said Captain J. A. Cross- ,
to a reporter of Ilt- Portlnanti les, i
. "we didn't encounter the Csea rpent, .-, .
e but we had a strange exlpeiience with t Ii
* a whale, and I don't believe aIvIyba6ly i(/ t
Sever had the like before. I've :Ien '
Sat sea, man and boy, since I was-aine~ i "
year old, and Iiiever sinw the like 7~ '.-
of the whale we encour tered. IL dee A oVTHo
saw a wnale befo:-e that didn't il AHOUS OF TEARS"
but the one we metdi~i't, but it did co : eop iGT,7804.13' s
give a roar that was awful." ? 4- : co'tNT.;D '.
The schooner wai, alRont tfen tmlest ',bhen thea'jn'r got inside the house,
off \Woo*-`- aila ina k ki In.pec-tar I'ritgs gave them a hourt. Ic-
Slw IinI -ni tul, on 'the pa..Aor Windw, explainiing
h ,a.1w-, l , tritl y LD,.'t .:tive<-t(:rim u,- '\Ie .-.s ' to
.11, ill t' I .--i i IIli.t ht whe.,, l u,,n tlhe ni;u ks n tle s .i-hes of the iMlu
lihio0 was .i sai.lnl,' c,,in,.lti..,n alreu.l Tcen tlhe room wt7vre Mrs. Davorn badl
Smet her death was explored and thln
and then a t, head shi nup into, the landing on which Steinworth's and
theI air andi '. ,1 oni le" l \\wihl tile Vickery's do.r. opened.
deck. .Tlhe principal question agitating tie
One of the cre.v first sighted Ie mds of t urymen was the question n
of the locked doors. It was easy to --e.
strange creattire. and called Captaini as the inapeotor points~ cy, that it
('rossinan, anl in a nimoment all on would4be impossible for any one inside
oar the man at the whl wee either of the two rooms to lock his door.
There was no keyhole inside the door
looking at tie .st ange sight. Tley -nothing but the rcetan rdlar brass box
saw before them an ei,,trillonus leal, which projected about half an inch from
the door itself into which it was set.
one mass of great bIunches, thlriigh One of the jurymen -..-: 1 t.d that it
which tlhe wickaed-looking eyes ,of the i -a possible the whole lock could be
creature gleamed. Therv expected t-iken to pieces from the inside and put
Siw, together again.
Ilie 'whale, if suhi, wonli "blow," "A very good suggestion.'" said the
but it did nt'theml, or aiter. ()Once inspector, "and one I mentioned to De-
a narrow threat of'. what looked like tective Goringe, but with the assistance
of a locksmith we had the locks exam-
steami shot up. but not a ldrop ,,f ined and fomud that they are both
water was sent into tho air. As screwed into the door, and that the
they looked at the creature. it roarel scrowis are all on the outside. Therefore
it would be just as impossible to screw
savagely and then drew ipl close to the locks on as to turn the keys in them
the side of i i" schooner, giving tlhem --from the inside I thin',, gentlemen,
ample timll to observe the hea.l, andl you may safely make up your minds on
one point-that the doors were locked
all agree t; at it wvas very bro)a; that from the outside. The locksmith who
it tapered al...t It to a point, and that examined them with us isquite positive
it was not thick throthat the locks have not been disturbed
it was no(t Yv. thick through the for years."
thickest part 'The creature was The foreman seemed more perplexed
about seventv-iyv to eighty feet iin than ever, as with his hand to uhs chin
va t he gazed at the shining brass box on the
length and hatI i very broad tail, insideof Steinwcrth'sdoor. Hesuggest-
very different f'o that of ain ordi- ed to the inspector thatthere might pos-
narv whale. In fact, at the time sibly be some'means of tampering with'
the lock frony the inside, and that he
tlhee were tlhreela-r four whales in would be glad ta be locked in the bed-
sight. and thevyhad no ditilii.'ltv in room for a few moments. Inspector
noti tl, e no c otf ,liffrn..,c, be- Brig.'s smilingly c.-.,r. I v- tlhe
for' tin r. ;T.i,: U. t .. i :.: ," > t. re..tt
In 'I enAth, ,4-a :- 1.' 1a, ,ger.. ',f ti., j- .,. .. : '- ,: 1 .- the
'Tlie great al t' ine went dlowi head h'C. mg, while others were ..-ing into
first, and tielinna&e a series of a t- Vickery's bedroom, that this was how
the door was found by Constable Met-
tempts to stsrce tie side of tlhe calf on th morning of the murder.
sclhoonter wvithl it. tail It did tnott sc- In a few minutes the inquisitive fore-
c w t man begged to have the door opened
eedl, aid swam arald themi roaring and confessed with much chagrin that
leouiiv iin evi'd-tft aingcer. Tleni it he could discover nothing-th:-t it was
went down and under the schoo- perfectly evident to him now that In-
spector Briggs was right, and that the
nler. door could only have been locked from
Captain Crossman, who had wat- the outside. "Which points to an ac-
che tor this rm~iveiment, gave orders complice," sapiently observed the fore-
S man, smacking his lips.
to be ready to Iwer a boat, facing The jury next examined, one after the
tlat the whaie aigight c-ne up uuider other, the window of Steinworth's bed-
tem and b k h ii w 1 room and saw that the flower box out-
them andbreakthe i two. It vasside the window, as well as the plants
very fortunate that they were not in it, was undisturbed, and that itwould
forced to lower their boat, which \
proved la er to be leaking, and would i
not nave carried half their number
safely io land.
For more than an hlo,,r the whale -
continied his renmarkable acrobatic
performance, standing on his head I liL
with his tail waving in the air most.-
of the time. It seeiied beut on hit- P. !
ing the schooner, and it took the best -
of good seamanship to prevent an .
encoun ter. t'e
At last thle liHale seemed to get o
tireed of what had been fun at first, [
and it headed fior thle westward.
With his hand to his ch.in he gazed on the
shining lImtss box.
Pensacola News Mr. A. C. Brew- be perfectly impossible for any one to
ton, of McDavid, this county, is in have gonein or out of the window with-
the city to-dah fa.r the purpose of out leaving behind him traces which
could not possibly be obliterated in the
purchasing a monuu;nent flor his wife, course of a few hours.
who died near McDavid last August : Viokery's room was next examined,
at the age ot 68 'lie death of this and then th6 jury mounted to the sec-
ond floor and surveyed Miss Rodney's
venerable lady was the first that has room and a small boxroom which ad-
occutred in this really remarkable joined it.
,.;,) h a'. ........ i :i.i ... In the end the 15 men were obliged
cover of it."
"I am afraid, doctor, you have very
nearly allowed yourself to be drawn
into a dissertation on the nature and
propreties of chli-rofarm," said the
mi."lhoiwe caorr-,nr, sunling blandly
"Y1nr,'`nn ton o ug. get, I think, that the
chllorar ,'-rn had been ii rxlduced into the
dr-it.a. I i ',drno. Io, .en the hoursof
-I at. -
I was in pm on
Thursday r ntinued the wit-
ness prompt rat Mrs. Davorn had
not succumbed to the effects of chloro-
form in any shape."
A quick thrill of excitement ran
through the 'court at this statement.
Even the ennuied coroner looked up from
.his desk and gazed in astonishment at
Behind his sheltering pillar Detective
STEINWORTH IS ANXIOUS.
Albert Steinworth was visibly affect-
ed by Dr. Percival's evidence. His for-
mer nonchalance had disappeared, and
he listened with breathless attention to
the doctor's evidence concerning the
Vickery, who had been seated at the
back of the court after it had reassem-
bled, had polished his way forward when
he heard Dr. Percival make his opening
statement. When the witness gave it as
his emphatic opinion that Mrs. Davorn
had not succumbed to the effects of
chloroform, a low cry escaped from him,
a cry which might have been produced
by overwhelming amazement or might
have been a cry of intense relief.
Maurice Leclero seemed hopelessly
puzzled as he stood in the court listen-
ing to the evidence of his friend. Just
as the court adjourned for luncheon Dr
Percival had appeared in the small room
where Inspector Briggs had directed
Ethel Rodney to sit. Leclerc was with
her when Percival-profuse in his apol-
ogies to every one for being late-ar-
rived. The worthy doctor somewhat
flurriedly dispatched Ethel home in his
brougham and then turned to Leclerc.
"I think it will be all right," said
he, pinching the young doctor's arm.
"And now I'm hungry, and I am sure
you are. Let us forget the unfortunate
business we are here to give evidence
about and join our common friend, the
house surgeon, in the hospital He has
promised me a luncheon, and I'll take
the liberty of inviting yoat to join us.
But not a word about the other affair,
if youplease. Norton is going to give
evidence too. He conducted the post
mortem with me."
Leclero was fortunately not aware
that among other documents which In-
spector Briggs carried with him was a
warrant for his arrest, a warrant which
the inspector had decided to put into
operation as soon as the court was over
for the day. When Inspector Briggs
heard the confession of Bernard Vickery,
he was puzzled to decide whether or no
he had better abandon two of the three
warrants he held. As he listened to Dr.
Percival's evidence he had an. uneasy
feeling that the third warrant was in
jeopardy. It was a bewildering case.
lHe would give a good deal to know
what was Goringe's opinion of the
whole matter. But anyhow the self
condemned man had better be put under
lock and key
Dr. Percival did not take long to re-
sume the thread of his narrative. He
knew he had electrified the court, but
his face showed no sense of triumph.
"My impression," he continued, in
a calm and measured tone, "that Mra
' or or'
RED POST PARK" E"r.
TILLOTSON & SON.
now in attendance, and woula at; once
proceed to give h;s evidence.
Dr Stanley Percival was then called,
and approached the table, where the
oath w;ui administered to him. He gave
his edirenc .rapidly and with ease, his
kindly f-c-e lighted up with a look of
intelligence which r i'dt tile jury to a
mani f-eel they were IL: It :'ug to the evi-
dence of oui, in whom they could place
Dr Perciv.l testified to his having
been sumurnoued to 13 Felspar road
shortly after 6 o'clock in the morning
by Miss Rodney; to his finding Mra
Davorn dead' in bed-quite cold and
rigid, explained the doctor-and to his
subsequent discovery of the sponge un
der the bed.
He was here interrupted by the fore-
"Can you tell us, sir, at what time--
about what time-in your opinion, the
sponge had been used to chloroform the
The doctor smiled at the question,
the coroner looked up from his notes,
directing a curious glance at the fore-
man, and the foreman himself instantly
S "I can give youno information on
that point," said Dr. PercivaL "All I
tan say is that the spoi6ge contained un-
mistakable traces of eaioroform-traces
that would be apparent to" any one who
had ever used the drug. There was in
the room, as I entered it. the sweet,
fruity, sednerive odor, and to the best
of my bIbelief, judging from this and
from tho cnudlition of the sponge when
I picked it up, the spom'e bad contained
chlol-,roformn in a highly volntilo condi-
tionl an hour or two lprlious to mv rli -
"Yoar husband just w'nt up in
the elevator. I think he is looking
The lady took the next elevator
up. Just then her husband came
down. He looked all around, and
then inquired of the elevator man:
"Have you seen my wiee here?"
"Yes, she jdst went up this mimt-
The man took the next elevator,
and he was no more than out of
sigltt till his wife came jdwna again.
"Yout husband has just gone up
again," said the elevator man.'
"I guess he'll wait for me this
time, so I'll go up." And up she
Down came her husband a second
"Did my wife come down again?"
"Yes, and just went up agait. She
thought you would wait for her."
"Well, I'il wait here."
He waited about five minutes, and
then, growing impatient, took an
elevator up stairs. She had been
waiting for hiim, and came down
again just as he disappeared.
"Well, I will wait fori him and
catch him this time," said she.
After kt ending in thle corridor sev-
eral minutes she decided to go up
stairs and find him. As she whisked
out of sight he stepped out of another
'*Your wife has just gnhe up." said
the elevator mali.
The husband swore a little undef'
his breath and started to leave the
building. At the door he hesitated,
changed his mind and took the next
elevator tip. Down came his wife at
"Hle's just gone up again," was
tlhe elevator man's answer to her
,weary look ol inquiry. "and he'a
nmad as a hornet."
-Then I had better go right up
and catch him,"' said she.
Up she went and down he came.
"Just went up,'" remarked tie
"I'utm duarnie if I'n going up
again," said he. "I'll wait right
here," and he sat down on the aiiirns
Half an hotr later he was still sit-
ting their antd hli s .ife, eqnnlv ide
ternined, Wia Waiting for hlim
Albert Stein orth was seen to throw up
the opinion that it was a sudden and
unexpected seizure, which probably or-
curred between the hours of midnight
on the 9th of October and 2 o'clock on
the morning of the 10th."
There was a profound stillness iii the
court as Dr. Percival delivered himself
of his opinion as to the exact cause of
Mrs. Davorn's death.
The coronerBas the first to speak.
"Then, your opinion, doctor," he
said, "is that this chloroform had noth
ing to do with the death of the deceased,
"That is certainly my opinion.'
r(TO B CONTINUED).]
Tile Futile Attenmpul of a Hii-
band and Wife to be rbeunilted.
A well-driesIed woman walked into
the Crocker building yesterday aft r-
In lon, andi tI(ok an elevator, says tlhe
San Flranci.sco Pot. fHe, husband
sw her lnam across thli street, an;I,
hurrying, overtlook tlie.next elevator.
ife went to thlm otfice where he knew
iJ s~ e hal, b.hin,'p,s an, I' ,.il,t l'..it_
ae Iad stepped inl and out and guoe
* Iown ii the next elevator. The
elevator dispatcher said to her:
M A AillI ~1E
Will not Stop at Pensacola going East, -Our correspondents will please
and will only stop going West when
a sufficient number of passen- bear in mind that their favors must he
gers wish to land to justify mailed early enough to reach us not later
them for the delay. than Monday evening: otherwise they
cannot appear In the current issue.
Good Passenger Accommodations. ., e ia+,, oL.
-M-.ess -,,,SmunoBrock and Chas.
Freight Consignments (Given Mer-.i- eo' p qL partnership and
Careful Attention. iq e V uoT0 do ure patIumIis* with head-
4s;d noi m'pa300ood 'jonop 'up 't
Parties desiring to reach St. An" .b here they are
via Carrabelle take C. T. & G. 1 ( .;j" 15 cents per
Tallahassee, connecting with.
Acting Gen'l A haulers can
e and fiah roe
at W. H.
NETTIE e bo ing to make ex-
cursions to r elsewhere.
R. L. MERRITT MASTER.
R. L. ERRITT MASTER. -The indications are that there
Leaves St. Andrews Bay every Tuesday,
leaves Pensacola every Friday, will he a large number of winter visitors
(weather 'permitting). Special atten- to St. Andrews tfia season, and we hope
tion will be given to receiving and they will be so well pleased with our beau-
forwarding freight for parties living on tiful bay and pleasant surroundings that
Ea3t and North Bay, passengers for t -
points on either arm of the Bay can they will stai longand come often.
depend upon securing prompt trans- -The St. Andrews Bay Iorticul-
portation at reasonable rates. For
further information apply to tural and Improvement Association is
L. M. WARE & Co.. Agts prepared to clear, improve and plant into
fruit any tract of land-which may lie giv-
JE IE E en them. It will pay all persons to buy
J E 8 E P, a trac trom them and have it improved.
CAPT. WM. HOLMBS.
CAPT.m. o s. --CANDY-On? of the finest as-
.Makes regular trips between Pittshurg on
East Bay and Pensacola; will make reg- sortments of Plain and Fancy Candies
'ilar landings at Cromanton and Har- ever brought to St. Andrews is now on
prison, Parker and at any other point exhibition at L. M. Ware & Co's. Prices
when requested beforehand to do so. range from 10 cents to 30 cents per pound
Passengers and freight transported at Thatlace to get yr C st
reasonable rates and satisfaction guar- That is the place to get your Christmas
anteed. The Peonle's Store at Pitts- sweets.
burg is headquarters and orders left -'rie store building at Parker
there will receive prompt and careful
attention N. W. PITTS, Prorietor. now occupied by W H. Hands will be for
lease at a reasoLable price after January
UOT WHAT WK SAY but 1. This ie admitted to be one of the best
What Hood's Sarsaparilla o if not the very best business locations on
that tells the story of its merit and sue- the whole bay, and a splendid opportunity
e8se. Remember HOOD'S Cures. is open for a successful enterprise.
--- -For Rent-A Smith Grubder or
A Week's Weather. Stump Puller. This is said to be the best
The following table shows what the machine ever invented for clearing land
temperature at St. Andrews has been o
during the past week, from observations of grubs and stumps. The Buoy has one
taken at the Buoy office each morning of these machines direct from the manu-
and noon: factory and will rent it to responsible
Morn. Noon. parties for a reasonable compensation.
Thursday,.. .......De2 51 66 --Ifyou are thinking of buying
Friday......... 13 42. 47
Saturday....... 14 30 46 property in St. Andrews or immediate vi-
Sunday........." 15 42 61 cinity, you cannot afford to purchase until
Monday.... ..... 16 41 56 you have conferred with the proprietor of
Tuesday......... t7 50 66
Wednesadv... . 1 54 6 the Buoy. If you are short of money and
want to buy on your own time for actual
settlement you can be accommodated.
Every man who prepares for Christ- -A Service of Song and Chris!.-
mai with the knowledge that his own mas tree will be given on Decem-
children are fed and clothed and can ber 26th at the Presbyterian church
irn, e fe o e by the children of the Sabbath school,
enjoy the festivity of theseason should commencing at 7:30 o'clock. A cor-
mark his gratitude for good fortune dial invitation is given all to be pres-
with a contributionn to prevent others ent. A collection will be taken on behalf
from passing that holiday in cold and of the Sabbath school work.
hunge:'. -There will be a Christmas tree
ml.. and entertainment given hy the Methodist
tEC U MA RD E VIBABA Sunday school on Tuesday night, Dec. 24.
SWI MADEVIGOroU A meeting was held Monday night and all
the preliminaries arranged. A cordial
invitation is extended to everyone to
attend, and the tree is free for all to put
presents on who wish to do so.
Wa IVi maR' _-Did you ever stop to think how
low y ara quc wb important it is always to be on time and
er.An- mamIe that in order to be so you must possess a
V "t etevoune Vttasyll good timepiece, and this leads to the sug-
eltov c'alWomey-w nasr*tnDI gestion that T. C Dauford has in his store
b saor Itk
I 1a bleamnd0 a large stock of cocks, rangi g from
41ff t r ro3t.rsa smell inexpensive ones to larger and more
.e ml .v4 n es Prperd.^EianwiSrmluvwe elaborate ana costly timepieces, all war-
at n l'.a 111uorI granted to keep good time and sold at
iale byD JMM Ti~EtaR4i prices as cheap as are consistent with re-
FVor anle by Dr. J, J. KESTER. liable articles.
NoTi.-It must be remembered that the
wind is n.ot a wl:olly reliable motive pow-
er and if the sailors sometimes find it im-
-ossible to make schedule time it must be
eo argued to the elements; they do the best
The Mary Me. came up Tuesday
from the St Joseph fishing grounds.
The sloop Mary ran into Ware's
wharf Welncs ay of last week and
The Amine came up from St.
Joseph Saturday with about twenty
barrels of fish.
The sloop Anna came in from St.
Joseph Maturday and unloaded fish
for Ware & Co.
The schooner Oruooko. of Pensa-
cpla, arriv d tr ..m Peinsacola Friday
with considerable freight atd eleven
The Jessie P. brought six passen-
gers and a large cargo of freight from
Pensacola the last trip She sailed
for Pensacola again Saturday night
with two passengers.
M THE STAUNCH STEAMSHIP
Thoroughly Repaired and in
winter residence here and is one of
our regular visitors.
pROTECTION from the grip,
pneumonia, diphtheria, fever and
epidemics is given by Hood's Sarsapa.
rilla. Itmakes PURE BLOOD..
-Everybody is invited to attend
'tho song service consisting of songs, read-
ings, etc., at the Baptist cLurch every
Sunday afternoon ar 3 o'clock. On Fri-
day evening at 7 o'clock there is a Sun-
day School Lesson Study, to which all
The Y. P. S. C. E. meets every Sab-
bath afternoon at 3:30 o'clock at the
Presbyterian church. All interested
in Christian Endeavor work are
earnestly invited to attend. Subject
for next Sunday, "The Good Tidings
The weekly prayer meeting at the
Presbyterian church every Thursday
evening at 7:30 o'clock. All are in-
-The Loyal Temperance Legion
meet evarey Sundayafternoon at 2 o'clock.
Don't Tobacco Spit, or Smoke
Your Life Away.
The truthful, startling title of a hook
about No-to-bac, the only harmless,
guaranteed tobacco-habit cure. If you
want to quit and ean't, use "No-to-hac."
Braces up nicotinzed nerves, elminates
nicotine poisons, makes weak men gain
strength, weight and vigor. Positive
cure or money refunded. Sold at Pioneer
Book at druggist, or mailed free. Ad-
dress The Sterling Remedy Co., Chicago
office 45 Randolph St.; New York 10,
-The fishermen report fair suc-
cess catching trout.
-Nice bread, pies and cakes, fresh
every day at E. P. Maxon'aatore.
-Commercial, legal, and plain or
printed stationery at the Buo office.
-Fishing trom Ware's wharf is a
favorite sport ladieiat present.
-Plenty of oysters are being
brought to town now, and they are in fair
-Monday and Tuesday were bean-
tiful springlike days, with the thermom-
eter up in the sixties.
-Col. Doty has his new boat
house completed and ready for his new
launch, which will arrive soon.
-Messrs Frank Witlierel and
Fred Gudarian have gone to Pensacola
with a load of oysters. If they find the
market good they will make another trip.
-The holidays are near at hand
and no more beautiful or appropriate pres-
ent could be imagined or desired than the
Buoy's splendid new premium, Fireside
-A yery pleasant dance occurred
at the residence of Mr. Richardson Thurs-
day night. Several parties were down
from East Bay, and all present had a good
-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.
-Every boat brings northern vis-
itors to our town to spend the winter. We
extend to them a cordial welcome here,
and hope their stay among us will be a
-Mr. Hoff, of the Econfina set-
tlement, was brought to town last week
for medical treatment for a severe attack
of sickness. We are glad to state he is
-LosT. Between St. Andrews and
W. A. Emmons' farm on East Bay, an
iron buggy step about four inches square.
The finder will please leave the same at
the Buoy office.
-A few of our citizens are suffer-
ing with colds, but the general health of
the community is good. We have one of
the healthiest locations on earth anyway;
make a note of that.
Jir J. W 8. W fsdu
rwit Lawn, &. 0
Best For the Blood
"*ed'* Pheyel I"t *e*-mmn
I have need Hood's Bmpelliua an
know i i i the best medicine for the blood
I have ever taken. Two yew age I had
a ore on one of my lmbs below thekae.
I Spent Many bellare
for medical attendance and treatment hint
all in vain. At lat a friend urged me to
try wood's Baresparlla. I told him it
would not do me any ood as I had the
best of doctors nl this vicinity attend
ns and they said it was a evem e *ee of
eeenma. He arevanled unpon mnahowev
to take one bottle and when w
HOOd S 6r#--
taken I noted a light
improvement. I haveT
now used six bottles 4 %
and my leg i well. It not been or
Hood'sa arsaparlla I do not thiak I
would ever save eonqued my com-
plaint." J. W. BRuxDx ort lawn, 8.O.
Heed's Pillls eur all lver la, eoastUpe
tIoa, blioum"s. ek headaneh, laIegtsm
-Call on T. C. Danford and get
some of thai nice Dried Beef.
--Miss Lon Ellison gave a very
pleasant birthday party to her young
friends on Thursday night, and those
present enjoyed themselves very much,
and wished the young lady many happy
returns of the day.
-Mr. H. A. Dorr has been cor-
responding with our merchants with a
view of putting on a steamer between
Mobile and Cedar Keys, making landings
at St. Andrews each way. We hope the
enterprise will become a certainty, as the
more steamers we have running in here
the better it will be for the place.
Mr. W. H. Shands, of Parker, was
in town Tuesday.
Mr. Those. H. Heberling left on
the Jessie P. for a business trip to
Mesdames Jenks and Wright, of
Harrison, spent Saturday in St. An-
drews visiting friends.
Prof. H. J. Williamson arrived
Monday from a four months business
trip through Weit Florida.
Mr. Anderson and wife, of Wiis
consin, were passengers on the ,Jessie
P. and will spend the winter at
Mr. Wm. Bates and wife (formerly
Mrs. Hunt) returned to their home
in Cromanton on the Jessie P. from
a visit to St. Louis.
Rev. W M. Croman was over in
his launch Tuesday. He was accom-
panied by several ladies and gentle-
men who came over to enjoy the ride.
Mr. and Mrs. Thos. H. Dobbs ar-
rived on the Oronoko on a visit to
Mrs. Dobbs' parents, M.. and Mrs.
J; N Forbes on the So'lth Peninsula.
Mrs. R. J. Gault and little daugh-
ter, of Minneapolis, Mina., arrived
on the Oronoko to spend the winter
in St. Andrews. They are guests of
Mrs. M. J. Corby.
Mrs. L. Harrison, of Peoria, Ill.,
arrived on the Jessie P. to spend the
winter among her St. Andrews
friends. Mrs. Harrison owns a nice
aown constitution, ana permanently
cures every kind of nervous disease.
"About one year ago Iwas afflited
wath nervousness, sleeplessnmes,
Creeping seasation in my legs,
Btght palptation of my heart,
Distracting confusion of themind,
seriousleee or lapse of memory.
Weighted down with eare and
worry. co pleterl lost appetite
And felt a y vitality wearing out,
I was weak, irritable and tired,
Sy weight was reduced to 160 lbs.,
In fact I was no good, on earth.
A friend brought
me Dr. Miles' book.
"New and Start-
ling Facts," and
I finally decide
to try a bottle of
DR. MILES' Be-
Before I had taken
one bottle I could
sleep as well as a
10-yr.-old boy. My
When I had taken the smith bottle
My weight increased to 170 be.,
The sensation inmy legs was gone;
My nerves steadied completely;
Ay memory was fully restored,
My brain seemed earerthan ever.
X felt as good as any man on earth.
Dr. Miles' Restorative Nervine is
A great medicine, I assure you."
Augusta, Me. WALTR BURBANK.
Dr. Miles' Nervine is sold on a psitve
guarantee that the first bottle will benefit.
All druggists sell it at 1, 6 bottles for $5, or
it willbesent, pre aid, on receipt of price
bythe Dr. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart Ind.
Dr. Miles' Nervine
That ames Baek can be eured with
Dr. Miles' NERVE PLASTER. Only ISc.
so YOU -
WANT A -
One of the largest General Assort-
ments of Christmas Toys ever brought
to St. Andrews. Something for every-
one, young, middle-aged and old. From
the cheapest toarst-class articles. Call
and exai~e th4stock after the steamer
arrives R Resectfully,
T. C DANFORD.
An Er or.
The dateon the first page of this issue
should read "Dec. 19," instead of
"Dec. 17." The mistake was made in
changing the date from last issue.
The death of Rev. Hayden Ray-
burn, of Kokomo, Ind., recently re-
moves from earth the best known
pioneer preacher in the Middle W\ t.
He was in his 84th year, and hadI
been engaged in the minis ry for
sixty years. He was known in In-
diana as "the much marrying preach-'
er," and as a matrimonial agent lhe
had a record not surpasied in Amer-
ica. He officiated at the marriage of
Pensacola Times: It will be re-
membered that some time ago
Surveyor-General W. H. Milton,
Jr., .*f Tallahassee, made a demand
on Circuit Clerk Jno. de la Rna for
the old Spanish records of Escamibia
county. This was refused on tie
ground that they belonged to this
county. The refusal was carried
before the in rior department, ai.d
the department ruled that they were
the property of the state and the
records, consisting of five volumes,
were .o yesterd-, sent t, Tallaha.see.
Mewsrs. Malloriy~ nd IBlount made a
S, .1 i'
strong appeal ti te nautioritiesn ifo
them to remain n the custody of the
clerk, but it ws refused. The boo ks
look very old, and have been in use a
hundred years or more. Some of the
records are written in Spanish, andl
to an ordinary person would be very
hard to understand.
We wish all pur readers a merry
and happy Christmas and a prosper-
ous New Year.
Of the Board of Public In-tuction for
November 30, 1895.
the Month Ending
Oct 4 1995 To cash from A. Q. Jones........... ........ 68 88
14 do do P. B. Collins ..................... 62 9
Nov 1 do do A. Q. Jones....................... 111 40
Nov 2 By
Warrant to L. L. Charles, teacher.....
do do .....
do S. D. Bostick do
do J. D. Parish o ....
do Miss X Hutchinson do.....
do Miss M. Scott do .....
do Miss Lovie Tiller do .....
do B. L. Gainer do
do L. L. Prat do .....
do Miss K. Holmes do .....
do MisNCHasselborg do .....
do Miss L.Howell do.....
do C. C. Brock do .....
do G. Brock do.
do A. W. Weeks do.....
S do do.....
do service on corn
S do Henry Harroll umber......
-: .do E. L. Torbott teacher.....
do do ....
do D.. Miller do ....
Si do C. E. Day do.....
do J. A. Buie do .....
do E. L. Schell do .....
do T.J. Roulhac do.....
do E. B. Speight do ..
do J. B. Lockey jr do ....
do Miss Edna Ternir do .....
fio Mrs. K. Carkuff do .....
do Miss EC Gwatney do....
do Miss Edna Sapp do .....
do Miss Eaura Sapp do.....
do P. J. Godwin do .....
do do .....
do Miss E. V. Miller do .....
do F M. Russ do .....
do do .....
do C. F. Cook shingles.........
do H. Bush teacher............
do J. W. Gainer repairs.........
do T. J. Mobley stove pipe.....,
do J. B. Lockey jr service on col
do R. E. L. Buie service on com.
do C. Horne stationery.......
do W. A. Emmons printing repoel
do W. S.' Hawk repairs... ......
do L. N. Daniel & Co stoves & sas
do J. A. Dean am't for Ellis.....
do G. B. Bush ch'm this board..
do Jas L Miller, member board.,
do W G Nixon "' ..
do W C Lockey salary 2 mos.....
do R C Horne commissions for O0
do '" No
do W T Home teacher.........
To Am't overdrawn.......................
$ 20 00
$1,745 65 $1,745 65
There-was no meeting in October, and the foregoing is an exact of all war-
rants issued on the 2d day of November.
Attest: G. B. BUSH, Ch'n.
W. C. lOVKEY, Sec'y and Co. SBq .
GRAND MASQUERADE BALL. -Several ladies took advantage of
the beautiful weather and spent Tues-
There will be a Grand Masquerade day in the woods near Harrison. They
Ball and supper at tha Swan Crest took their dinner and spent the entire
Hotel, Wednesday night, Dec. 25, 1895. day roaming the woods and having a
The price of admission has been re- good time generally. They all ex-
duced from'One Dollar to Fifty cents. pressed themselves as delighted with
One ticket admits to both ball and sup- their day out, and hope to again enjoy
per. A good time is anticipated. Let the same privilege.
everybody turnout in mask. Tickets
on sale at L. M. Ware & Co's. lsraels-My daughter Rachel vas
(Agoin to get married on Christmas.
(Advertisement.) ,clts--Vet you g,,in to give
Los ANGELES, Cal., Dec. 2, 1895. Jacobs- ot you gain to give
ED. BUOY:-The wife of A. 'N. helr?
Luker is not dead, as was published in Israels-It business imbiovcs between
your paper some time ago, but is living now an den, I vill braLably give her
at 219 North Hope street, Los Angeles, avay.
Cal., with her daughters, and has been
living there tor one year and six
months, and A. N. Luker is aware of it, W k Il T
as he writes to her all the time. W ea I itble,
MBS. LAu LUER, Dressmaker, Was NoGood o Earth."
19 N Hope street, Los Angeles, Cal. Dr. Miles' Nervine strengthens
To Arrive. the weak, builds up the broken
Plant PRPCANS from te NUT Only
Sure Bearers. Purchased Trees are not.
Plant Japan Mamnioth Sweet Chesaat.s
rIG MONEY IN BOTH. IN FACT
You CA.N Bul THE BEST ,rf TnB
Fort Worth, Texas,
Florida Central and Peninsular
.RA, T RO A. D .
New Florida and Northern Air Line and Florida
Time Table in Effect, Nov. 3, 1895.
For Northern Points.-Leave Jacksonville 8:45 a.m., (Sunday only); 4:30 p, i
7 00p.m., 6 20 pm. 7 30 am. Arrive Jacksonville 10:18 a.m., 940 p.m., 8:20 a. m
(daily;) 6:20 p.m.. (Sundays only )
Leave Yulee 9:33 a.m., (Sundays only); 5:22 p.m., 7:42 p.m;7:05 p. I:.,8:i 6i.
(daily;) Arrive Yulee 9:33 a.m., 8 52p.m., 7:42 a. m. (daily)
Arrive Fernandina 10:15 a.m., (Sundays only); 5:55 p.m., 9 25 pm, 10 15 am
(daily); Leave 8 50 a.m., 6:30 p m., 7 10 a.m (daily); 4:55 (Sundays only.)
Arrive Everett 9:45 p.m., 9:55 a.m, 7 42 a.m.. 7:02 p.m., 6 20 p.m.
Arrive Savannah 10:31 p.m., 11:42a..m.., Leave 5:55 a.m. 4:44 p.m. 10:41 p. n
1150 am. Arrive 546 am., 434p. m.
Arrive Fairfax, S. C., 12.36 a.m., 1 41 p.m. Leave 3:50 a m., 2:32 a.m.
Arrive Augusta, Ga., 6:30 a.m. Leave 8:20 p.m.
Arrive Denmark, S. C., 1:22 a m., 2:25 p.m. Lave 3:05 a.m., 1 46 p.m.
' Arrive Columbia, S. C., 2 55 a.m. 4:00 p.m. Leave 1:30a. m., 12 10a.m.
Arrive Asheville-N. C., 10:00 a. m.
Arrive Charlotte, N. C., 7 a.m., 8:20 11 p.m. Leave 11:05 p.m. 8 40 a.m.
Arrive Salisbury, N. C., 8:47 a.m., 9:38 p.m. Leave 7:30 a.m.
Arrive Creensboro, N. C., 10:15 a.m., 10 48 p. m. Leave 7 47 pm. 6:04 a.m.
Arrive Danville, Va.. 11:40 a.m., 12 p.m., Leave 6 10 p.m., 4.45 a.m.
Arrive Richmond, Va., 2 05 a.m. JLeave 12:35 a.m.
Arrive Lynchburg, Va., 1 45 p.m., 1 53 a.m. Leave 2:48 a m.
Arrive Charlottesville, 4 04 p.m., 3:35 a.m. Leave 2 27 pm, 1:03 a.m.
Arrive Washington, 8:30 p.m., 6 42 a. m. Leave 11 15 a. m., 10:05 p. m.
Arrive Baltimore, 11:25 p.m., 805 a.m. Leave 9:42 a. m., 8:37 p.m.
Arrive Philadelphia, 2:56 a.m., 10 25 p.m. Leave 7:20 a.m., 5:55 p.m.
Arrive New York, 6:20 a.m., 2:53 p.m. Leave 12:15 a.m., 3:20 p.m.
Trains 35 and 36 solid Between Jacksonville and Charlotte.
Pullman sleepers to Tampa, Jacksonville and New York on Nos. 37 and 38.
Elegant Through Day Coaches Jacksonville to Charlotte, oa
No. 37 and 38.
Through Sleepers Between Jacksonville and New York.
CINCINNATI-JACKSONVILLE. Chicago, Toledo, Detroit, Cleveland, Louis-
ville, Nashville, Indianapolis.
Leave Jacksonville 7 30 a.m., 7 00 p.m. Arrive 8 20 a.m.
Arrive Everett 955 pm. 845 Leave 6:20 "
Macon 4 50 2:15a.m. 1:30 "
Atlanta 830 500 1050pm
Ch'tanoga 10 00 a.m
Leave Atlanta 5 10 "
Arrive Ch'tanoga 10 00 "
Cincinnati 7:45 p.m Leave 8 00 a. m.
Day coach on No. 38 through to Atlanta. Nos. 33 and 34 solid vestibule be-
tween Jacksonville and Cincinnati. Close connection for Chicago and all Weest
HOLLY SPRINGS ROUTE.
To St. Louis, Chicago, Sioux City.
7 00 p.mLv Jacksonville, Ar. 820a. m.
600a.m Atlanta Lv 1050p. m.
1200 n'n Birmingham 255p.m.
750p.m Holly Springs 720a. m.
7 30 a.m St. Louis 7 30 pI m.
155 p.m Chicago 135p.m.
7 30 p.m Dubuque 7 30 a. m.
700a.m Sioux City 800p.m.
Through Pullman Sleepers St. Louis
and Jacksonville. Sleepers through
between Chicago and Jacksonville with
but one change.
KANSAS CITY LINE.
Missouri, Arkansas, Indian Territory
7 00pm Lv. Jacksonville Ar. 8 20am
9 00pm Ar. Everett Lv. 6 20am
7 45am Atlanta 9 35pm
12 00n'n Birmingham' *' 250pm
1000pm Memphis 5 2 am
915am Springfield,Mo. 6 10pm
500pm '* Kansas City 1030pm
Through sleeper Jacksonville to
Holly Springs; Holly Springs to Kan-
sas City (one change only.)
SOUTH AND WEST FLORIDA AND NEW ORLEANS.
8 50 am
10 09 am
o0 50 pom 10 am
1213 am 1201 pm
0 55 am 1 3 io
53t. ) r
13' am 3 i
208am 201 r:u
3 05am 2 53 pm
4 25am 350pm
6 05am 420 pm
7 25am 447pm
6 50 pm
520am 4 29pm
5 48 am 4 51 pm
6 07 am 5 08 pm
8 30 am 7 10 pm
Daily, except as noted.
Ar 500 pm
645am 3 4-pm
L 6 00 am 00 pm
" 451am 154 pm
" 420am 125 pm
" 750 am 1155 am
" 815 am
" 337 am 1229 pm
" 3 00 am 12 01 pm
" 150 am
'* 11 5' pm
" 11 10 pm
" 10 20 pm
" t4 35 pm
" 11 13pm
" 10 43 pm
" 10 24 pm
6 00 pIm 9 50 am Lv Jacksonville Ar 7
10 45 pm 11 56 am Ar Lake City Lv 5
12 15 am 12 40pm Live Oak 4
200am 134pm Madison 3
4 20 am 2 52 pm Monticello 2
530 am 3 37 pm Tallahassee 1
4 32 pm Quincy 12
515 pm River Junction 12
11 00 pm Pensacola .6
3 05 am Mobilo '2
7 35 am New Orleans 9
Through Pullman sleepers Jacksonville to New Orleans.
11 19 am
7 00 am
10 05 am
9 10 am
7 45 am
7 20 am
9 32 am
9 10 am
7 48 am
18 am 340 am
34 am 1 54am
35 am 12 01 am
10 am 1030 pm
43 am 6 35 pm
20 pm 5 15 pm
ge Get Card of Cheap Rates to Atlanta..
tDaily except Sunday. lConnections at Tampa for St. Petersburg, Manatee
River and Key West and Havana steamers. At Waldo. steamer for Melrose.
Connects at Tallahassee for St. Marks, Carrabelle and Apalachicola. Connects
at River Junction for Chattahooche River steamers. Connects at Ocala for Ho-
mosassa. All baggage will be checked from Union Depot. Tickets
,%ill still be sold at the city ticket office, 202 Hogan st., as well as at the Union
Depot ticket office. J. E. MARSHALL.
Ticket Agent 202 West Bay street, corner Hogan, Jacksonville Fla.
N. S. PENNINGTON, Traffic Mgr. m. O. MAC DO NELL, Gen. Pass. Agt
,d is the recsut of sud-
den climatic cLanges.
S]ly's Gream Balm
is acknowledged to be the most thorough
cure for Nasal Catarrh. Cold hi the Head
and Hay Fever, of all remedies. It opens
and cleanses the nasal passages, allays
pain and inflammation; heals the sores,
protects the membrane from colds, re-
stores the senses of taste and smell. The
Balm is applied directly into the nostrils,
is quickly absorbed and gives relief at
once. The results that follow catarrh,
due to the dropping of poisonous matter
into the throat, are irritation of the bron-
chial tubes and soreness of.lie lungs ac-
companied by a cough. In all such
cases we recommend Pineola Balsam to
he used in connection with Cream Balm.
FLY'S PINOLA BALSAM will be found ex-
cellent for all throat and lung inflamma-
mations and for
Ssumptives will in-
(f benefit from its
a use, as it quickly
abates the cough,
in restoring wast-
ed tissues. There is a large percentage
%f those who suppose their cases to be
consumption who are only suffering from
a chroniii cold or deep-seated cough, often
aggravated by catarrh. Both remedies
are pleasant to use. Price of Cream Balm,
50c. perbottle; Pineola Balsam, 25c. InI
quantities of $2.5 Qwe will deliver free of
express or postage, on receipt of amount.
56 Warren st, New York.
BEST 1.50 SHO I W
"A dollar seaed ia doUllar ead d.
ThisLades' Solid French Dongol Kid B.
ton Boot delivered free anywhere n the. US
receipt of Cash, Money OX
or Postal Note for f1tW
aqps every ra th* bWoOW
sold in all re torw o
e2.560. We make ti boat
ouyrewvs, therefore we guar-
antee thoE., styk and we.
and If any one *t not matiAdW
Sl we wil refund the money
1or sen another pr. Oper
Toe or Common Sms
C ,idthDO ,1 D &
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SePeiai term o Jear.
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ida for established, reliable house. Sal-
ary $710 and expenses. Steady position.
Enclose reference and sell-addressed
stamped envelope. The Dominion Com-
pany, Third Floor, Omaha Building,
m-w Oinw KUuckL u iUvrniversiy Duplmar
awarded our graduates. WAuietanc gtven our
graduate is scouring ituatons.
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Me thi note amd address aa lelow
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TEXAS PEOANl & SEED CO,,
- A. C. SCULL.
W. I. FENTON, Purser.
Mobile and Carrabelle.
Leave Mobile every MONDAY at
noon. Due at
St. Andrews Bay.
Every TUESDAY at 4, P. M.
Thursday, Dec. 19, 1895.
lugar, d b Tea, 7b
Granulated.... 6% He No..... 75
Coffee,A .... 6 Gunpowder.. 80
Lt brown..... 5 Uncol'd Jap.. 50
coffee, Cond milk, V can
Green;. 229,@25 Unsweetn'a.10@15
Browned .25@30 Sweetened. .10@15
singer snaps. 10 Baking powder
rnackers, soda 8 Royal........ 50
tobacco, plug 30a60 Campbell. ..15a25
raisins Canned fruit
London layers. .15 Peaches.... 20a20
Valencia..... 12% Tomatoes .... 10a.5
tice .... 7 Apples ......... 10
apples Pears ......... 15
Evaporated.. 2 Plums ......... 25
Dried Peaches 8 Apricot........ 25
oal Oil prgal... 20 Strawberries... 20
gasolinee ..... 20 Pineapple .... 20
lorida Syrup... 50 Canned Meats
loney.......... .00 Roast Beef.. 15a25
linegar........ 30 Corned Beef 15a25
- cheese pr tb.... 16 Chipped Beef.. 25
dutter......... 30 Lobster....... 20
Lard .... .. 8 Salmon. .... 15
eans ........... 6 Canned Vegetables
ocoanut pkg... 10 Baked Beans... 15
FiuitPnddine... 10 Corn.......... 15
Jelly, glass.. 15a25 Peas .......... 15
Lime Juice...... 50 Pumpkin...... 15
Eggs per doz... 15
3 O N .... 2,00 Mess pr b..... 8
Favorite.... 4.50 Bacon Sides..... 9
Jorn Mealprbu 85 Fresh....... 8al0
Pat Meal pr it... 5 / Br'kf'st Bacon.. 12
ornper bu........75 Ham canvassed 14
Potatoes "Shoulders..... 10
Irish ........1.20 Beef
Early R'se seed 1.60 Corned......... 8
Sweet........ 50 Fresh........8al0
3alt, pr sack... 1.00 Dried......... 25
Table ....... 5 Milk r qt........ 10
Nails, ner tb...4a4 Ax,with handle. 1.00
Manilla ropel2yga15 Hoes, each... 35a50
dtoves cook,..$8a25 Copper paint, can 50
Pipe, joint.18a20 Linseed oil, gal.. 80
Prints, per yd.. 5a8 Ginghams ..... 8al0
Sheetings .... 5a9 Flannel. ...... 25a50
Muslin....... 9a1l Thread per spool. 5
Jeans ......25a200 Shoes, ladies.$1a2 75
Extra pants pat 225 Men's... $1 40a300
Hay pr cwt.... 1.3" Oats pr bu...... 60
Bran .......... 1.25 Brick pr M......8.00
Rope Sisal ...10@12 Lime pr obl...... 75
FRUIT and NUTS.
Oranges pr dos.. Pecans pr lb..... 15
Apples......... W walnuts. ....... 20
Lemons......... 30 Almonds........ 20
I shell prl,000 1.50 Opened pr qt .. 15c
Horses... $80al00 Cows... .. 15 5
Mules... $100a$155 Hogs... $3to$4
9xen.. pr yoke $40 Sheep... ....... $2
O'ricken each 15a25 Geese each. 45a50
r'drkevys... 75.al.00 Ducks........ 15a20
Veiisoi pr li, 7a10 Turkeys.... .75at.0()
Sres l Salt
Mullet pr do. 25c Mullet pr bll 5.00
Trout........, 25 Trout...... 4.50
I'mpani pr i.. 6 Pompano. ... 10.00
Sturgeon .... 10 Mackeral .... 8.00
deart, in...$16.00 Heart, V m...$16.00
Face .. 14.00 Face ... 14.00
Sap ... 12,00 Sap ... 12.00
Drop siding, Clapboards,
Heart face Im 15.00 Yjx6 in. fm. ..$12.00
SaP 12.00 Finishing lum-
Buir lumber.. 8(012 her, d.. $email@example.com
Heart shingles, 2.50 Lath, ^m.... 2.00
Sap 1.50 Boat lumber,
Geo. S. Hacker & Son,
CHARLESTON, S C.
Sash, Doors, Blinds,
Window and Fancy Glass a
9 ESTIMATES- 0H EEt F UL LY
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b Our lin of School Furniture and 4
SSupplies is the most early cor-
Splet ever offered by a single firm.
SW can furnish andequip a school 4
Throughout better and morecheap-
S ly than anyone else.
SWe want an experienced agent In every
County. Good opening for a *ood man.
Write for terms and mention this medium. J(
k .g ANDREWS' 4
65 Pifth Avenue
6 TMOM MAU NEW YORK C
5 Agent's profits per month.
5 'Will prove it or pnv for-
525ft.it Ne w article" just
out. A $1-50 aniple and terms free. Try
us. OawxEzST & So0, 28 Bol,4 st., i. Y.
Correspondence of the Broiv.
The Croman launch brought a parsl-
over on Sunday.
The ever genial Fr'ank Bell catlld at
Parker on Saturday.
The four months term of the Parker
school closed on Friday last.
W. H. Parker was surveying at
Farmdale on Friday of last week.
Miss Francis Davis of Baxter was
visiting two days with Aunt Bettie
A. R. Percival is sure death to tur-
keys, he killed another fine one re-
The sloop Anna came in from St. Joe
on Sunday with John Parker's fishing
crew and outfit.
Glad to meet you X X X; hope to see
you regularly, as we always enjoy read-
ing news from Cromanton., :
Mr. Hasselborg and son Allen have
finished the inside work of the new
store, and it looks very neat.
The fish wagons still come in, but not
too fast to suit Mr. Shands. He still
has a quantity of fish on hand.
Eugene White of Farmdale was visit-
ing four days of last week with his
sister, Mrs. Boutell, and family.
Three young men from this burg at-
tended the dance on Wednesday night
at Mr. Richardson's of St. Andrews,
and report having a splendid time.
Aunt Bettie Parker returned from
up the bay recently and reports the ar-
rival of an eight pound boy at the
home of Mr and Mrs. Van Strange.
The Marshall brothers are making
preparations for a hunting and traping
expedition in the vicinity of St. Joseph
bay. They expect to be gone some-
time, and no doubt will have numerous
adventures to relate when they return.
of the entertainment to be given here
Christmas eve, Tuesday, Dec. 24.
J. A. Donalson, Mrs. W. H. Parker,
Miss Ethelyn Percival, F. M. Boutell
and W. H. Parker.
Song-Brightly beams our Father's
Recitation-Jack Frost-Miss Agnes
Music-Miss Hattie Pratt.
Recitation-Benny--Miss Willie Parker
Music-Blakes Grand March-Jessie
Recitation-The little blind girl--
Quartette-Glory in the highest.
Recitation-The Christmas bells-Miss
Recitation-My dream-Eloise Don-
Recitation-The Yuletide bells-Miss
Recitation-The Christmas star-Miss
Distribution of presents.
Song-God be with you-School.
Exercises will begin promptly at 6:30.
0. B. SERVER.
Correspondence of the BuoY.
Bees are working as though it was
Mr. White has returned from a busi-
ness trip to Cromanton.
Mr. White has been appointed road
overseer, and road working will soon
Van Strange has finished gathering
his potato crop. He raised some that
weighed seven pounds each.
Hancock and Baker last week killed
five deer, nineteen coons, one otter and
one goose. How is that for game?
W. H. Parker was here Friday with
his surveying outfit and laid out the
school house lot. The county will build
a house on it in the near future.
The telephone subscriptions are com-
ing in slowly but surely. We hope to
have them all in by New Year. It will
only take about a week to put it in oper-
ation after the material is on the
Correspondenc eof the Buoy.
Cane grinding is in operation.
Mr. F. Ruser returned Friday from
Mrs. K. Dolan was up Saturday on
J. B. Sabetes and crew have returned
from fishing, and look fat and sassy.
We have had several frosty morn-
ings, which makes everything lay low
in the vegetable line.
J. C. Martin and Jeff Bateman and
brother were down last week and went
to the gulf to kill geese and ducks, but
they did not get a shot.
Pensacola Times: Pensacola has
gotten the goby again; so we learn
frim a private note today. Whole-
sale merchants can not use the rail-
road in competition with our sister
cities, and now the "Gulf City" on
the line between Mobile and Apalachi-
cola, has given us the slip. Now if
there is any "git up and git" among
our merchants, Board of Commerce
and Young Men's Business League
in our town, it is time for them to
unite, in securing a share in the
Not an Xmas.
It had been a Very hard week in the
street and Tom Sellshort was feeling
poorer than a millionIire with personal
taxes due. Conseqneitly he felt like
running for the door when his wife
greeted him with a cheery, "I'm making
out a list of Christmas presents, dear,
and you're just in time."
D "Time-that's what I'll need if I pay
for them," thought Tom, but he kissed
his wife and sat down to assist her.
"How much have you spent already
"Well, it's $200," she admitted slow-
ly, "but you see that buys presents for
four-four people. I don't think that's
very bad. Do your dear?"
"No-o-o-o," Tom replied a little
doubtfully, "but how-how many are
we going to remember at $50 per re-
"'There are only eight more expensive
presents, dear, but here is another-an-
other little list of about-about 30
presents, dear"-Mrs Sellshort began
"What! Another list?" Tom exclaim-
ed. "Never mind the items. How
much are we short?"
The pretty woman beside him buried
her face in her kerchief and sobbed,
"I-I think you-you are very unkind,
after I've worked so hard pre-prepar-
ing the 1-1-lists"-
"Theie, there, dear," Tom said sooth-
ingly, patting her shoulder. "Never
mind. It's all right. My credit's still
good at Starcy's. What's the total of
your little list?"
"Six-six hundred and th-thirty dol-
lars," was the faint reply from the
depths of the handkerchief.
"Let me see," thought Sellshort.
"Six hundred and thirty and two hun-
dred is eight hundred and thirty dollars,
and that added to the eight hundred
dollar piano I have promised the little
girl here makes sixteen hundred and
thirty dollars for merry Christmas
presents, eh? Never mind, little girl,"
he added aloud. 'Get them all at
Starcy's and have them charged. They
sell everything there from a hairpin to
a house and lot. So .don't cry any
It was cold weather, but Sellshort
paused a moment to mop his prespiring
brow. "I'll get the piano of Beethoven
Bros.," he thought, "and hang them up
for it, temporarily, I hope. And so they
call Christmas Xmas, do they? Well, if
things don't brighten up pretty soon it
won' be an Xmas for Starcy and Bee-
thoven Bros. ihis year. It will be just an
SMDCXXXmas, sure pop'!"
A Notable Trademark Declsioi.
MADISON, Wis Nov. 28.-Specidl.-
Judge Roianzo Bunn, U. S. Circuit
Judge for the Western District of
Wisconsin has decided for defendants
in the case of the Sterling. Remedy
,-Co.,i trroprietrn of '"Noto Bac,"
against the Eureka Chemical &f Mfg.
Co., proprietors of "Baco-Curo."
Suit was brought by the former April
3rd last, asking $20,000 damages and
an injunction restraiining defendant
from using the na:ne "Baco-Curo,"
from advertising-the same and from
using boxes, racks, etc., which, it
was claimed, were niifiingments upon
those used by "No-to-Bac," Judge
Bunn decides for defendants 0n the
ground that no marked similarity
exists, that no infiingment has been
made and that "Baco-Curo" by its
injunction, "Don't Stop Tobacco,"
shows itself to be entirely distinct
from "No-to-Utac," in that the latter
requires the patient to cease using
tobacco when commencing the
remedy. By the terms of the order
the complainant's bill is dismissed
and costs are taxed in favor of defend-
ant. The case has excited especial
interest inasmuch as it is the first of
like character ever heard in the
Wisconsin Federal courts and the
decision, it is believed, will govern
in all similar cases, Judge Burn being
noted as an able jurist both in Wis-
consin and elsewhere.
Avoid Pneumonia, diptheria and iy-
uhoid fever, by keeping the blood pure,
the appetite good and the bodily health
vigorous by heluse of Hood's Sarsaparilla.
Hood's Pills have won high praise for
their prompt yet efficient action.
.In the hope of overcoming the ten-
dency to slip, bicycle tires are now
being made from the rough skins of
sharks, spotted dogs and other fish.
First Judicial Circuit ot Florida Circuit
Court in and for Washington County.
Mary L. Parker, Complainant, Bil for
Wm. M. Parker, Defendant. Divorce
It appearing from the sworn allegations
of the bill of complaint herein that the
defendant, William M. Parker, is a non-
resident, residing in the state of Alabama,
and is over the age of twenty-one years;
it is therefore the order of this court that
the said defendant appear, plead, answer
or demur to the said bill of complaint-
filed against him in this case on or before
the 6th day of January, A. D., 1896; Pro--
vided, this order is published for the
period of thirty (30) days prior to that
date in the St. Andrews BuoY, a weekly
newspaper published in the county and
Done and ordered this 27th day
sealof November, A. D., 1895.
eC- W B. LASQITTER,
Cl'k Circuit Court Washington Co., Fla.
J. R. WELLS, Solicitor for Complainant.
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Carries a FHllLine of Drugs, MoricinJS,
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PAINT BRUSHES, FANCY AND TOILET
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