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: January 2, 1896
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Saint Andrews (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Washington County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Washington -- Saint Andrews
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General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 27 (Sept. 28, 1893).
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ST., ANDREWS BAY

first, Last, and all the

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Washington" County
AND

West Florid*

Against the World.


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ST. ANDREWS IlAY, FLA.,
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JAN. 2, 1i .


NO. 40.


CIFFICIAL DIRECTORYi

UNITED STATER.
Seaa'ul- Hon. :Am'I PaNco, Moilticelltv,
Hon f!ilkinson Call, Jacksoinviite.
R~presentari% e-;-l st Distriet,S. M. Spark-
man, Tampa; ld Diatriet, ,-4_. M
Cooper. Jackrionvilie.
L1,.d Officq-11vi'iser. J. M. Barco; Re-
Receiver-N D Wainwright, Gainesville
STATE.
Gomerzior-He ry L. Mitchell; Attorney
6eaicral Wni. B. La.mar; Secretary of
Srate J. L. :raxford; Comnptrollcr. W.
11 1"10911IL11; Ouinn.;%siouer of Agricuil-
tiur. L. iI. WcowliweIl; -i.%perhiatemneltit
401 Public 1iiie ue.ti'1. WV. N. Shratx:
T- riaiwrte, C. ki. C 11111s; .31 it ice of, Sici-
tieI Court, V. 1. Tlaylor, 'aIcI IalIasee
U S'. SENAT"ro.
i. Oi l.trict-W\ilkiiioint Call. Jackxia-.
ville: Secanrd Dimlrict,Sauiuel Viisco.

FM'Al It -9KNATIM..
T'~eviv-ffth Distl-lut-A1onzo IV. Wi-ks.
j, Iilplee.
WAS'HlpieTON COUNiV.
t.% I eI 1. R.o We IN 1 4, U
ts'~eet~ Judge, 1). Di. MkJ-vjierls.
t.. :rk eel L2tourl, UCeul' .ki~erk, l(cie'iwrl.-

1'. Hurdle. Ciipivc. Thax Collectoi, A.
JorlerI, V till'.0ci; Tna Aseensur. A.
;a~v. G~rat'.-qYvPoint. uperintendent~
&tilic luiiertrtiuit. W. L. Lookey,
ir ,1;a *p Ti, t'hus. Collillae, Chip-


PUOLISJIED EVERY THURSDAY
OneDolar- r aYear in Advance,

WI LLIAM A,, EMMONS
Proprietor.
Display Ad rates 5(Jc por inch per month
Position and extraordinary condition
rates subject to eritcild agrteetnerit.

As to Pullmafn Prices.
Toledo Blade.
'l'he raiiway'iy are niakig a con-
erted move in a.skiwihg a rednetuml1 ofl
25 per cenllt oiltile Price i! apim.j
bertlhm in, Pulilman seepers. Their
ar-giumi- it 1i that -tile Iafineit) ', t

4ioijecl t th e wliai the p sam" d1CC h,
te iippter O'lem~; cenefiqltacrII ,11 1% V tile
in iwii~ eeflcia, 'we are colinlwl)eled
it, him!o cars %lOith are noit ill h.l ''
WVhib 1it isa tact th( ~e. e,,kt pit.-
Iftil thi wei bU. it l6e., jt" im itis t triie,
R8 the.. C0 iClit
.-L- I' "tle ma oril
ol ~trav~elex.a ~'c, tlHat tOw coml pamn ie.

euvra saw n adlditionala I'.tAlinru 1put
(oil Ultil those alremliy on the Ilaili
were filled above mill below, stiti-
room 1 Rwl sni 1k i ug ro ?IIj ? It'aeast,
fever neCC1t 'eld iniwhich, all ext aoum
%VIAM atidtealbecausxe 4)1 tilt: I~i.iiLij.jLA-
tifin u initendinig occiipail' ipx Ilsent
uppler berthsi, it lievei cani.' tip 1egblic
lhui-mledge'.
The Coldf Iact is, thet Ptlli1iafl r:ilep
mri te(I') e big Ml al 'l,',- 11 41 1. t Ile C i.i
hi alleaelk i 111111i lag jC9 'II
to e.'owi I I ll tm c inv ;,11 ar-wi .


Iuwt vti 'vel! as viellecr. I Ie S li 1 % l
I Imatet grthi tlthe mIilt v de'ic asiiule
did a H Il O pel c a1's1 lcifilltc wiilit invc'lews,
fle 11111ccetlage. Of thje PUhinTlAcI C811
(Aleaiier .'dtcitsii g xsi tll isIi 'I
i: R rerI'll 0h1ch ho
* 'pieeslilt'[)I- acc.imildir-islesl.

lii p tIip tb I'rice of Ciltton.
Times-Union.



;r an'~ cutlt lesCt Let gi .*i


I fit-. ell: It IC.11'.11 i-i' ac

Sl cesr fi m- t aini vi- (1*. III cm i ;,
hit';, gs IiCY 41 g 'I .III .' I

tIII eI~r% Of th~' .e IIII 1- 1:t1, i ll vct u
duice their c.t m .e.' -..-. I'lte
asi~, c ti'iail I lit ~10i i i L i III .i-0

as it "tals a! Ama"'A Oble n woeIth iliei
yieuti'i(l ao 1 "t to' n ajt'('uzx4is t
croj, s11' 15.000,000 acre.- Ivil I xeli w
aw ;much as imie sit 20,1i ).,000 8(1c,41s,t
mosuld real iive fir mnc s 'oamatloil)jcv
It wnle w Save .t t, a

tatiii' asi('101 -111 t'ii'i'. A;101 0 seslt.

ni~sn ''.snuisilsi lsa 1s 4 1' 11'1!11vIkI 'e


SLodg..e No. 142, i's' ovl" rell: ill 'HV re
> .A .. 9 ,:l.,iduces p ,ii,' inrle rllan riie iciiei'caser
Si I illI* -il t ll ', t pirod ct can, ca oin|,ellt ate.
m,'eor bef,'.rt each fl i ll mlni Prices of agricultural proilucts ar
iiig riit 'othl'rs Frati-i'riullv Hladiy declining. The ,ett'tl plant
InivitId. ers' c n prevent a decline in c',ttoi i
IV. ,. R 'J 1i.' It ev will, beecaliwe the soun th prlldilce
L. i.. ...' '... .. tlmoreu than twi)thiirl of ti, cottor
.;U i i t 'f the w,,' li. Thie fariaers shuilh
S. avail, thei.elves of the advantage
SA ."" i" .that the limited cstliitin-growin a ea
N ,I Pul, I,1 ; ,,i,- a" U .i ,.: 1,., t,' v. w rlil il' i ds, alnd all otlieir
Jiu t .ii [, i ii. ,. i -k cas.et; ill t h. s,'cith shi hil elinc uiiagf(
fi. i.. c- rl i I i ..! i a. d" asis tt thelant iln (dling s,,, ior tli(
io .,i .,rl:.I i.re in r1. ,,idte cil .1-
t-i0,01 giv,.ii to iaitd c'(nvileiCt- di aend prosperit, of ttie sotitlheI ni farmer'n
I.- rli:l.n' -.,i VlCt -'. Otlficf at ihu1
I:.Y (diei.'. .St An.lr. w' Bay. means the prosperity of the sutith.
-. .1. J. KE ISTE R, "
S -,....,fit i I'l ician an Ac- Easily Identified.
c.'..--r. Oitie .i' iuneer DIrug le, Boston Budget.
c* .ener' of Sl-aIl ." nitu. ain,' Michi- A certain tarimer who was by nc
:.:in street. neali n itted focr his resnmlblancIi to
Sn reh. lerl., Apollol had a s<.n of six or seven wlih

i)R. W. MI Til'l'CitEl I1.. 'itl irite wit thin pedigree.
OPr n e day a stranger came to the
frs: his lir Easi Lia servesg t t tui. E arm and, seeing the lad, asked:
fo-a his lceofesisre-a! services to the
*; ;eti O St .\liliee." Bay antd '"Snl"lny, where's your lather?"
\iF ilhy. Otihwt n li-g .n.. "I t ile lpigrtpiI," vwas the reply.
P-.ideice ton Bitelia Vista itav-tine "'it the pigpen? I'hanks!" a'nd as
il,,lsite old Florida Ex(i e.(1:ll ti man move ii. the direction in-

WV H. PARKER, dicatetd, I'enfalt terrible shouted: "I
Notary Putiiic and Surveyor. Special at-. ay! You'll know him 'cause he's got
tention given to All- Niitirial-lusRiues his hat ou!"
alno to the Drawing of Mrato. Charts. etc
Darkr. it -
Sl. CRIP N The leaves of the talipat palm in
CRIPPEN,
justice of the Peace. Ceylon, sometimes attain a length of
.fend nroniptli to all business de- twenty feet. Tihe natives use them t)
Ifmirdigbis..e.ieuiiou with n,lhi jurjis- make tents.
I dictil ',Ottice. qn'B view v t 'bterut; 'OR '
block taurtheast 'of -T' `'C;. "anhtWd'1"
b store. .-'Rule-de ty Pirt onid-ii A 20 per cent. tax on inheritances
epscr. .lii h .Rh d,'.. t .. . p
.-.. 1 n . t;, .. is what appears to have been deter-
WANAN ... .iOine upon ni France. Rich Ameri-
ton Isidt -.ns will hardly go to Paris to die.
rPr 1 priuT e wihen it becomes a law.


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A Little Poker Story.
It was the last jack pot. Tom
Wwhio sat at the dealer's left, had oper-
ed it for the limit, $10. Blankey,
the next man, raised the entrance fee
$10, an did also the major and the
colonel. The dealer dropped out and
all the others trailed along with the
colonels' raise.
It had been previi,.lyV agreed that
while the limit was to be $10, the
players might increase tleii bets be-
yond that figure if the understanding
vwa mutual during the play of alny
h and. ..
S T i.n- '..tli ..... n rin hl li, and
1-l'4ilkey v. l To''i were nolt long in
iisFcoveriing that ile pot must go :o
it her te rolon el or the major, and
*hl,'v dr.plsled ouit.
"I'll have to raise yo' the limit"'
',aidl the colonel.
"Make it $2'0," said the maiir.
ilid lie tri it t, t1'ik iiln oiie cLir ',l ".\ l!<
Io4 turiiietd his'card!s iace down ol t lie
t4ble.
**Fitty ." replied tie C...lil'el, atter
Iarnti ll"y ictaiiiiig the. toriinr of hii

"lI:i.i e it a liunilred, coliiel."'
ThIe colni I scanned his i hand
gain. Then hlie looked at the major
ail1 -ani.l imiirexsi\'ely:
","iichli a hand a. this, major, cmnles
to, a uman but once i a life time. I' I
bi l iam nii .-(li ,in it lint as I hl aven'l
'. I lu. t ir nni i ., liele is. all I hiiave,"
.1111! ile c c l,,llel laid out hii.s golh
vW;lCli, ,I li-'nl .ln i iiing aind $100 ill
luills. "We'll call it $300 in all."
Thie pI.ti had n1iw gro'lwti to large
pi,.n thi-au. The other men lgatheli-
eld ari'niil tlie colonel's chair to)
\ tch tile a.ajor.
"G**,.i," exclaime'l thle mInjor.
He l liheni dt- -v Ir in his I .Io ket a Il|aink
,ili,'ek alnd ii ld. it ouil to the rd'r atI
'"c bi" ,.1 $500), w'liiih wonli c' e


lite it-,j'cir. Aga" -, l~ ~
t'ed cesj ml .. '''k ia. he cs' w k It



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A!i }itL''15. I lit; ti( lt) e Ilip 'hAvek.
Y..
';r4cri' ~l c alll I.rl-H~!!l
el ciiq I ii


'~'.e-ci,' c' cItile esloscel, alts


e -ciil a,' he thrl.w his hi lnd ,,sow
'e 'ip 0 tlhe t;alle' anld begai n cuoitilin
tie chijpl anld m uioleyv ill tit- ot.
a
S "Boit"''Ie ti iuiI d, tthe rmajn ir, l"1'd
j i eiHider it a great tavor, colonel, i
youl'd tell u.s what you had. 'W H
it a royal itraighti fill::I or1 four
aces?"
D tell us, c ,,1 ," id ti.
,i ,^1;,. i ii ,'h ; 1
S 'T ire',s m y 'm ; ,,i. ...iii,,'
re ,li t lie colonel ; r,, s iti \ i,,,,k
at it"
Thie hand was turned face ni on
thel table, and there, revealed to the
gaze of the spectators, was-not a roy-
i i' straig.lt fli-sh. not fner ae'e.'Ihlt ani
iiiI.,cet itt. t au i r ,of Idencea.
"Grta t to tt!'YcrieIl thli min.j.'r as
It h -1 thi. h.in,.. H ejiiinped ip ahit
tet ar.u.iisd the i o. ,,, pmiullilag itt" i.-
hair'iike atuadula. ,
"Oh)l, .isome one kick me fur san
idi et, he veiled. 'Theni, at a furthe
ex!l, i. li, het reltuiee to the- tahiJe
Aniid lsiu,.vet lin diNtcr detid lit i.d alnd lo!
heitewere twi trash ;

Thet Commion Hog.
S\Vi he wei' filr't'' in produced fronl
Spani inilt 'Hispaniola by Coluiubus
in 149:. into yIor'i.la by De So'to in
1553, in Canada ill 1608, and into
Virginia in 1609. Jamestown in tlhe
latter state lad at one time to be
protected by palisades to keep them
out, so fast did th y multiply.
It has been estimated that the pro-
duct iol a single sow, with but six at
a litter, in ten generations' will
amount to 6.500,000, of which 500,.
000 usually meet death by accident.
No animal changes more under do-
mentication. The big, vicious, long.
legged wild boar will wear out a horse
or a dog in a chase, it selects its food
from vegetable substances, and is as
cleanly in habit and appearance as
the elephant. The domesticated an-
imal ix used to convert filth into conm-
post, is fed on the. most disgusting
food, will wallow in its own mire,
c. n scarcely walk across its own(
pen.
The best varieties are the Essex


crossed with the Nea.plitan, tlhe
Berishire, dind tte Middll' cx. 1,ut
the favorite of all is thl Snitulk.
'The nietit 6f the w Vl hoar is lie
fiweetelgr while in tiie Ieilie.i icat.ile
animal the reveiae is tie. The pnik
from the Virginia hlg i;i an celell.ted
as Webtplhalia in E4lp1, becauie-
they roam tile womehl.l rlhal.l, ained eat
acorns, the beechl inmast; ad friiit of
the sweet che.rtnlt.
SThe ancients iheltl tin e Img in high
esteem, and utfrei at as a sacrifice to
Ceres, the g(,.iile.-s oL V~ Q'Vt.

WValted Ye-nrs tor Arrest.
A spnlcirl I'frl1. FratInkfoit, Ky.,-
say: Guvernor Brown giaitedl a
pardon to arry Mtone, a cilizeln o1
Cla Ike county Iecuitily,, u' nlc' novel
circumstances. The g ,veo n11 hinm-
self gave th'e 6->l.,l wing ao.:,11nnt of ii:
"Berry Storne came itil; iy l:lffice
and hlanlded me a jcopy I. jl;iI:inent
.of the Clai k circuitcr. r.im fiinli u liiuC
it appeared that at l"te N,,\ ,inlr
term of cutilt in 1S77 ,.- ,,.\; i % <-, .
evicted of Inalicious cuiti.-, and in y '
the verdict of the jur) wias adijullge ,
to serve one year ij the penitentiallv.
He said that duiing the eritile }_P
%catih sincee lhis convicttiOili lie adi
contini u1.4ii ,ly le.iCled at lihoIse. aindl
l,) officer haid ver tr.i'l, t.,i tl take
himi iito cistudy to bdi eotizm l in
tile p. nitentiary. He said lie a.-
Ihere it enter tii.i p(elit tiltI y nxiu len r
buaid jilll client it I said so, Lib t i II -
eentied a pelititiln signed by a11.11
good citizelsi asking his pilrdnii. 1
tol. him hlie could go Lack hoine a
Irne ian. 1 tli'creuIponI issued himi a
nil parion."' M1. Stone ret ui ed o
Winiclestecr a fiee iun happy Yman.
'
A llitrrowinig lExper nce.e
; Y. Si n.
~lNe gt uL a Cli.w- -


6-e vi e e vat e.I t


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Ii I al' tl ie 'i


-- ii''. i .. nie ,.I ie!ifi ti,1 .smi alit
S Inl,', lli li,., I Iu -Ie r on't l nl, ii l ,il ;il
r ill, I ..k t h i ,,r ip i i li 'ir

1 "Oh, Winl, did yon ever .ee aln
i lne killed by electricity?"
g '"Gacions, no!" exclaimed tie
other. '1I should hope itlt."
1 "1 cid,'" laconiially rejoined lth
I eIh t r.
lWhy, Florence, what do v, i
r mleanl?" daeanlded her companion.
"Oh. it was terrible," replieisi
i Filorelce in all xseiio)Iuse's. "I levev
watll to see anythingli like it again "
"Iew uitteriiy ridical Ius," iepli;
SleI friend. "Whom did you ever l t'
killed by electricity?"
Why," replied Florence, an ag.
Grieved ex,iression coming over her
face, "it was the other afternoon ul,
in Harle:u. I saw a cat rui; over ~1
-in.electric car."
SThe other passengers tried not t-
m ,rile, but it was too funny, con.sidi
ring that the girl meant every woe,
slip ahid. Neither girl noticed tihe
aiii iiuenie.t of the other possengieris,
however, and Florence doesn't know
yet ofi the aniuseiiient the passengelt
got out of her harrowing experience.

Boston's Worship of the Bean.
"oston Transcript.
If baked beans were sold at $1 a
plate, terrapin wouldn't be in it, pate
de fois gras would be given the go iy
and caviare would be turned from
with loathing. There is no truit that
can compare with the seductive Iean,
and Boston's glory will abide no
other treatment than baking.

Mrs. Oldun-"Mrs. Newed is the
most unreasonable creature in the
world."
Mrs. Neighbor-"How is that?"
Mrs. Oldun-"She drives he:" hus-
band to drink, and then objects to
his drinking."

Hare: bonme men so dislike the
dnst kicked up by the generation
they belong to that, being unable to
pass, they lag behind it.

Whether happiness should come
or not one should try and prepare
n-.eself to lo without it


SArAoVTHQC OP O
'A OUS e OF-TtARS" RED POST PARp t"L.

C. coPV.I yr, s5s.BY Te-aO rSBN SON.
LcOh LRa .l . One would think that road woulna .e
S* ... ," *" marked 'no thoroughfare' for him. But
"Quite. I ac1sed a.1 I rhoFgr].t lL.L I a young man in 'love is perhaps not a
told you not to Iec :y;te ,-i'e it. \:a fair'subject for dissection. Youcanonly
chkroformu. J you h;d kno'...:i le...itive-. have opinions about him, and they may
ly from the .tarb thut LMrs. D.:. i died .be all wrong. The sort of thing my
n, natural death y:.a would ha':oe I~.- [ll friend Briggs would be delighted to
inr, rest in tl.o case. I v:m i y :...ul...J hear. Isuppose it is the old story.of the
yourself t :the tracking of fihe thiiP moth aid the candle."
you wc.nlA h.ve pperi i7. me.'- 'I s:,-n I Audd growling like a surly dog Gor-
am riTe eas,- -L'of Fe'lhnes-. Prt c. rs-e, inge continued his walk along the res-
don't lose heart.. TL, ccl.-ier's iiql-!uy ceut.road.
is not yet over. The corcuar-thin: uL'.e- He was now far away from the case
lesly fnrigr. perplexed as your-elf. Indc he's 1.. His thoughts had wandered back to a
0lMu)p cUSti0.nl.rI, ic[liev,3 ie. TLc.'.e is well nigh forgotten period of his life
work to be done yet, mil work f',r both when he, too, had been as young as Man-
of us. I am going to do a little of my rice Leolore and as deeply in love.
share of it tonight.' . It was close upon midnight when Go-
"In what way?" inge put the latchkey into the door of
"Thehoa r-No. 1.3, i mcai, of course 18 Felspar road. He had determined to
-is now deserted, is it not?"
"Yes. Miss Rodn.y has left i11 the M t
keys with me, ahd we have !.nt the 4 V i
place. up uutil further ordn:s. Y,:n will
find every door lIocked and every win- j
dow securely hbapped."
"I suppo-e I u my have tl:; keyAs?" i '
"Certainly For what purple, my ls
I ask?"
"I ant g to i to sle here fonight.
The coronerr's court, reasPembles on Mon- ,
day, aud I am going to see if I can't do i
a good deal toward cle-aing up nly
bare of the mystery before that highly
intelligent foreman declares a\hLat the
verdict of the jury is."
"That's a very simple mattcr,surely."
"You never know. The other doctor,
who assisted Percival at the post mor-
tem, may have some new light to throw
on the case." ,
"That imn't very likely" -.
"Perhaps not. But what I want fdg. _.
before Monday is to collar those 13 BaNlk
of Engll a n.otes. "
"I wish young luck)"
"Which mean i *u do not think I am
going to succeed Oh, pray, dou't apolo-
gao'1


Prwg wbaat -)L iu V 0. 1
S. pr are merrely
sleep in the h' .-is t, ni it. Tomorrow I
will ask you to L- ep me company for
the night in the house. If I hit
nailis on the head I ill show you fi'
and squarely how and .hen I havt
them. If I fail I shan't udf .
w.thI me in my failure "-'i '.
S Detective G-ringe rose and lit his .
pipe. "Now then, inspector, the keys soon at
Sof'No. 13 and your best wishes for my looking thee entered teroom
enterprise. and then fastenelJhe door from the in-
"Both are at your service," said side with the bras bolt He placed a
Briggs, opening his desk and quickly chair near the Jeadof thebed at the
producing the keys of Mrs. Davorn's side which waffarthest from the door.
House. On the chair he placed hiscoat and
"Thanks," said Detective Goringe waistooat, and on the top of these his
as he placed the keys in the pocket of watch and a loaded revolver. Then he
his light overcoat. "I shall see you to- took off his boots, and agranging a
morrow night, then, in Felspar road. blanket over himself fell asleep quickly.
Let nobody be aware I am in the house It was broad daylight when Goringe
or in the neighborhood-or that any- awoke. He jumped alertly out of bed
body is in the house. Come about 11, and saw by his watch that it was close
quietly. Perhaps before we part on the upon 8 o'clock.
Monday morning I shall have a round "I must chance lighting a fire in the
unvarnished tale to deliver." kitchen," he thought as he stripped off
"That's your present opinion evi- his shirt and proceeded to the wash-
dently," said the inspector, smiling, stand. "Never thought I could feel ab-
"And that's your joke, Briggs, said solutely in want of a hot cup of coffee.
Detective Goringe, putting on his pot Hellol" he exclaimed, "no water in the
hat "Good night." ewer. I suppose I can have a douche in
Sthe scullery." He threw his coat over
CHAPTER XIX. his shoulder and proceeded down stairs.
A MIDNIGHT MARAUDER. The kitchen door was at the far end
As the night was free from rain or of the hall. It stood wide open, and as
fog Detective Goringe decided to take a Goringe entered the kitchen he saw that
ramble through Clayfields and ruminate the kitchen window was partly open.
upon the case which he had come to-in- He was not an emotional man, but
vestigate. the open window caused him to bite his
It was 10 o'clock when he left the po- nether lip, and to stamp furiously on
lice station, and after wandering aim- the floor.
lessly through several streets he found "There's no mistake about this win-
himself in Crescent road, the principal dow anyhow," said he, with a strange
road in Clayfields. It was a broad high- smile, as he proceeded quietly and slow-
way, flanked with good houses and a ly to examine the hasp. "This has been
plentiful sprinkling of trees. forced during the night Perhaps the
The detective had no object in view burglar has been as unconscious of my
when he started from the police station, existence in the house as I have been of
except to get to relspar road and sleep his. Rummy business I What a triumph
there, or keep a vigil there, for the it will be for Briggs to hear this "
night. He now felt in no humor for Goringe entered the scullery, washed
sleep, and walked quietly along Cres- himself with a brave show of unconcern,
cent road until he came to the corner of and then started to make his breakfast.
Felspar road, which stood at right an- As soon as his hunger and thirst were
gles to it. appeased-he found Ample materials in f
Here he stopped for a moment and the pantry for his wants-he took his
then decided to continue his walk As stand at the kitchen window. Opposite I
he strode along, glancing occasionally the window was a high wooden fence t
across the roadway at the dwelling with a cemented path about three feet
houses, which were nearly all lit up wide lying between the window and the
and looked bright and cheerful, his eyes fence. The house at the other side of the t
were attracted by the dull flnme of a fence had no gable window and exhib-
doctor's lamp. "Percival's house, of Ited only a blank wall of dull, yellow
course," reflected Goringe, standing op. brick.
posite it. "Sort of business I shouldn't "An excellent place to plant an easily
like to belong to. Patching up live bod- opened window surely!" mused the de- i
ies, ripping up dead ones Ugh I" tective.
As he stood gazing at the house, re- Closing the window he proceeded lei- i
fleeting upon the hardships and anxie- surely to the two sitting rooms on the a
ties of a doctor's life, he saw Percival's ground floor. There was no sign of a
hall door being opened. Instinefivelyhe disturbance of any kind in either of the a
stepped back some paces until-he was rooms. Then he walked up stairs, and n
completely shadowed by a large tree entered the room which Mrs. Davorn
which stood on the edge of the pathway, used to occupy. Here there were unmis-
almost equally distant from two street takable traces of a recent disturbance.
lamps. Goringe could easily remember how the n
"Uml" said the detective, with a room had been arranged after its last
low growl, as he watched a young man tenant had been taken from it. Every*
descending the steps of Dr. Percival's thing was now pulled about; the floor
house, the light from the hall envelop- of the room was littered with portions
ing him in ayividglow. "Asort of out of the bedding (some of which had been b
of the frying pan into thteJre young ripped and torn); broken boxes andrum- ii
manl Shouldn't wonder if he'd do pled linen.
something odd before my present job'is "This comes of Briggs taking his
fixed. He knows he is no longer being men off. I suppose I may hazard an a3
dogged nor in imminent danger of being opinion when I am all by myself. No a
run in. Hello 1 There he eann -siwn doubt thin in aither the wnr. f .an


Calendars from one million copies a
few years ago to over thirteen mil-
ions for 1896 is only paralleled by
;he wonderful advance in favor of
Hood's Sarsaparilla, which is now
the-only true blood purifier promi-
atntly in the public eye.

Presently formerly meant instantly,
immediately, and is used ia this sense
n scores of places by- Sukakaepero- -
ind other writers af his ti:ne. It isl
a cai'ons illustration of the di a, ri-
less of huluan nature that. a word
vhicb offee meant instantly aliould
ome to be universaly considered as
meaning after a time.


The movement of cotton silce the
beginning of the season sows a fall-
ngoff of 1,380,000 bales compared
'ith the corresponding period o- year
go. The smaller crop is one cause,
nd the small amount exported is anr


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maougnt he would have a try for their
notes-perhapl I disturbed his open
tions at midnight-while the house was
deserted, or perhaps it is a blind, An,
how I'm in a nice hole. This is wh:s
comes of sentimentalizing when'there '
work to be done."
Going down on his knees the dett.-
ive tried to sort out the litter on r:-
floor in the hope of picking up sonit-
thing which might give himi oiew as
to the style of man the marader was
'"Nt a professional hand," ki au
decided. "An amateur of the wor4
kind, and, therefore, my job is all tl
more difficult."
Goringe could scarcely control hi.,
rage-rage directed wholly against hie .
self. At the bottom he was a man
violent temperament, but he had amn..
ing powers of self control. SB a d,r?-
years he had not felt so angry; he'vW .-*.
be the laughing stock of the Yard. l11-U.
was a house broken into while he Hw .,
practically in charge of it Thewh, ir'
blame, and-wrose than tU5f ti.
jeers, would all be faWs.
"Not a clew to the intruder," bi
groaned, rising to his feet. ohat e-
mented path outside the kitchen win-
dow will hold no footsteps, and it leads
right down to the front gate. The de':i
and the jerry builder as usual in league
with one another. And allthe graveled
paths surrounding the house-the gar-
den at the back and the bit of a fore-
court in front-are as hard ma brasA k
darini scounndrel, whoever, h 'wai, al-
most deserving of a reward."
S[Tro B coNTUmw

W, .ras Not a Vagrant.
The late Judge McCafferty. of tli
innnicipal criminal court, according
to the testimony of thsee who prae.
ticed before hlin during the old dourt-
house days, was one of the most h i-
mane of justices that ever sat uponi
the bench of that court, says the Bos-
ton Globe. Among the cases before
him one mortiing was one in which n
eedy-looking fellow was billed
ancy. The officer who made
t and who was-the prini.'-pal
s one l(f those officials wIho
ka word eo a prismn-
stancee t.aL;t
paflig about our
ar a he knew,


)d when n -
odding I. ia
f the manu iit

our tottfor," re.-
omptly.
d any money about

The officer looked at the judge
somewhat confusedly, and then, alter
a few moments of thought, replied,
rather lightly:
"Yes, ;oiur hoior, 10 centAs.
"Cau you buy a plate of beanit fo
10 cents"
The officer, thinking his honor was
about to crack a joke, laughingly re-.
sponded:
"Why, yes, of course."
"Then, sir,' and the iudgee-apoke
severely, "understand from me that a
mat who has money enough to buy a *.
plate ~I beans is'u h'ot uiw rautl. Un.';:
derstand further, sir, that as long aa
I am justice in this court I never
again want to see you bring a uant
before me on a charge of vagrancy
who has 10 cents in his pocket. Mr,
Clerk, discharge the prisoner.

The New Calendar.
Hood's Calendar for 1896 ia out
and it is greatly admired, Many
pronounce "'the hiiiadaoiuiest yet."
It consists ot the,bhead of a beautiful
young woman in an oval panel with
a stylish gold frame. The back-
ground and pad iire printed in har-
monious brown tints. The remark-
able growth of the editido s of Hood's


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NOTr.-It must be remembered that the
wind'is not a wholly reliable motive pow-
er and if the sailors sometimes find it im-
soasible to make schedule tine it ms t be
ct trged to the elements; they do the best
they. can.

The fishing smack Hempstead, of
Pensacola, was in the bay during the
heavy wester Monday.
The coasting schooner Hjalmer, Capt.
Axelsen, after spending Christmas in
the bay, sailed for Pensacola.
The Jessie P. came down from East
Bay Tuesday night on her way to Pen-
sacola with several passengers and
household goods.
The Nettle sailed .for Pensacola Fri-
day with two passengers'and 40;barrels
of sal fish. She returned .Tuesday
afternoon with a full cargo of general
merchandise. She is expected to sail
for Penscofla gaip to-day.

THE H STEAMSHIP

G UL CIIY,
Thoroughly Repaired and in
: Splendid Condition.

Capt. A. C. SCULL.
; W I. FENTON, Purser.

Mobile and Carrabelle.
SLeave Mobile every MONDAY at
S noon. Due at

St. 'AnAiews Bay.
Every TUESDAY at 4, P. M.
Will not Stop at Pensacola going East,
and will only stop going West when
a sufficient number of passen-
Sgers wish to land to justify
them for the delay.
Good Passenger Accom todations.
"Fl eight Conaignmenrts Given
SCareful Attention..


Leaves '.Andr
leaves Pe 1
(weather peri
tign will be
forwarding freg
East and North it
points on either
depend upon seec
portation at reition
further information appiy
B > M. WAiE &
CHIOONER
I Ia 8 E 'p,
CArT. WM. HOLMaRB.
4Makes regkiur t rips between Pittsbliurg on
East Bay and Pefisaeola; willsnake reg-
S itar landings at Cromiaiaton and Har-
rison, Parker and at any oher point
when retqested beforehand' to doso.
P;ri-.ngcers and freight' transported, at
reasonable rates and satisfaction guar-
anteed. The Peonle's Store at Pitts-
jiirg is headquarters and orders left
there will receive prompt and careful
attention N. W. PITTS, Protrietor.


GREAT BATTLES are conda
'nally going on in the human esys
tem. Hood's Sarsaparilla drives out
disease and Restores Health.

A Week's 'Weather.
The following table shows what the
temperature at. St. Andrews has been
during the pitst week, from observations
taken at the HIov office each morning
and i1oon.:
Morn. Noon.
Thurslay,.... ... Dee26 66 6'2"
Friday.......... 2"7 27 41 47
Saturday... ".'.. 49 54
Sunday ........ 0 M60 60.
Monday.... ..." -30 ;60 62
T'l' sday ......... 31 3? 44
Wednesadv ...' Jai 36i 45


Notice to


Tax Payers.


I will' beat ite following place on
the dates lnmlite! for the..purpose of
receiving taxes for 1895:
Ecminfina. January 11.
Grassy Poist, January 13.
St. Andrews, January 14 and 15.
Parker, Janullary 16.
Mixon, January 17.
A. Q. JONES,
Tax CoL Wash. Co.


Both
passed
d Incers.


Alabama and Michigan have
Penns-ylvaia as iron pro-
i i


For sale by Dr. J, J. i.4 Itit.


LOCAL DRIFT,

-1896.
-Lo* ti.d 5.
-Ice Tuesday.
-Write it 1896.
-No fightsto report.
-Peach trees in bloom.
-Happy New Year to all.
-Plenty ducks in t e bay.
-Read Cromanton Hotel ad.
-The elephant was immense.
-Visitors still come; welcome.
-Heavy rain Monday morni '..
-Fresh snappers in town Tuesday.
-New Year dawne ea and coo.,
-New Year'spromise now in order.
-Holidays are past, now to business.
-Excursion to the gulf last Tuesday.
-The biy looked like a snow field
Monday.
-A party of visitors from Peoria,
Ill., expected soon.
-Call on T. C. Danford and get some.
of that nice Dried Beef.
S-Watch meet g at the Metlodist'
church New Year's eve.*
-See announcement o Flrida Chau-
tauqua in another column. .
-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.
-Grand New Year's ball and supper
at the Swan Crest hotel New Year's
night.
-Capt. Ben Tipton brought a laoge
crowd of visitors to P, rker down toiSt.
Andrews Sunday.
-There was a very pleasant social
and candy pull at the residence of Mrs.
T. B. Williams Saturday night.
-During the blow Monday morning
Capt. A. T. Brook's seine reel fell, but
the sein : was not -a .aged much.
-1 reparations are being made for a.
sheet and pillov-case daumce at the
Swan Crest hotel in 'the ne uture.
-A wester swooped down upon us
about noon Monday and things looked
lively on the bay during the remainder
of the day.
-Cocoa shells, a delicious nd whole-
some beverage, far superior 'whenprop-
erly prepared to either or coffee-
three pounds for 25c. at PioneerDrug

bear
tled
than
it


them. will pay all bh~i
tract from them and havf it improved.
-If you are thinking o. buying prop-
erty in St. Andrews or immediate vi-:
cinity, you cannot afford ty purchase
until you have conferred with the pro-
prietor of the BUOY. If you are short of.
money and want to buy on your own
time for actual settlement you can be
accomidated.
-No place in Florida or elsewhere
presents more or greater attractions to
the housekeeper than does the picter'-
esque village of Parker, on East Bay.
Every dollar invested there is sure to
multiply many fold, and the.investment
can hardly be otherwise than a good
one. W. H. Parker will take pleasure
in showing anyone around, no matter
whether they buy or not.
-Did you ever stop to think how im-
portant 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
suggestion that T. C. Danford hasin his
store a large stock of clocks, ranging
from small inexpensive ones to iarge
and more elaborate and costly time-
pieces, all warranted to keep good' tio
and sold at prices as cheap as are, con-
sistent with reliable articles.
-Theentertainment and "snowball"
at the Presbyterian church Dec. c ,
was well attended and a very pleasant
affair. The songs and recitations -of
the young folks were well rendered,.
and credit isdue those having the oc-
casion in charge. Mr. Frank Brdwh
acted as Santa Claus, and at the proper
time appeared bearing his "snowball"
upon his back, and it was soon discov-
ered that the ball was filled with many
nice presents for the little ones, and
their happy laugh and bright faces was
evidence that they enjoyed the treat


very much.
--It is gratifying to note the fact that
L. M. Ware & Co. are working up a
large trade in salt fish in northern ano
western markets. They shipped about
forty barrels on the Nettie the last trip,
and have orders to ship on nearly every
boat. The prosperity of a majority of
the people that live on the bay depends
upon the sale of fish, and heretofore
the trade has been confined to fish haul-
ers and peddlers from the bay,. Ala-
bama and Georgia. As fine fish are put
,up here ie anywhere and* we are glad
that a foreign market is being found
for them. Ware & Co. are enterprising
go-a-head merchants, and deserve suc-
cess in this new enterprise.' L Their ex-
hibit at the Atlanta Exposition attract-
ed much attention, and they are receiv-
ing many letters ofinquiry froi fish
dealers and wholesale houses in all
perte of the country.


Untold Agonies

very Umb Ached With Musour
le Rh umatiem
A Psuefe Ouw by reed's Se.re

The. me es rhiuatIsm is lacti
aid in the blo, which accumulate
Ia the J olte il s e r th0iWeta m such
r palms d ashes. Hood's gaa*
ptM ar iwi 1i- tMe acid, purifie
Te blte and M hma re rheumatism.
rU s a7 gy I ha my frst atteek
a l Isi o steewialr hematlm.
Iwmsin bed twotn
week i s1di
pod physician
but be did aot 4
amesaygood. A
friend recom*
mended Hood's
Garasperlb and
mI sent for a bot-

3timb, especiaflly
In my back and




peatbeitoiMee. Issentdntoldagoniee'
eutipaUoa was met the least of my
ublu. I *mOuamae to take Rood's
maptrtUia *nd to a decided hanue In
'hr a*rsl. I was able t reg out of bed

Hood's Cures
d attat the ft ain course of a week.
Sm reomamd it a the bet remedy for
*wytieB -ad dmip a I e*Tr tr ed."
T. 8 s bU.,Al *4. .
NM"dl' Wil' me t begit aftir.dlanw
u1 at t 4toeaea, preve coaUtlpaio.10

-The finest Christmas present we
.have heard was a fin s x octave cr-
gan from the factory of Cornish. & Co.,
Wash :-on, N. ..., ch Mr. J'M.
Wills presented to his wife. The in-
strument is pronounced by all who have
seen itto .- I e finest in this part of
the orntry, and it is needless to bay
that Mrs. Wills is much pleased with
herhaidsoine present.
-The New Year's Elephant and en-
tertainment at the Baptist church on
New Yea's eve was a pronounced ;uc-
oesj. in every particular. The songs
and' reciitation were gd..d and every-
thing- passed. off pleasa and to the
entire satisfaction of all present. The
eleph2 t looked natural and was loaded
with a goo313 at of nice presents for
the mem -rs o the Sunday se o I and
others; the house was tastefully decor-
a with evergreens and moss and
prseiite-ar chelirful and pleasant ap-
peirance. T e only unfortunate feature
of the occasion was. 'the house was not
ulciently large to 'ecoommodate. all
h wished to attend, d long before
e time to commence e house w~i
lied its utmost capac and. nany
D. ~ 'ene, superlnctferit. of the
un ay school, anI his, wife deserve
redit for their efforts ift :earryiniSoett
o progp "aa and nmak. ng a .su cess of
edtthe ion. The entire school extend
th ak Mrs. ellie-~West, who kindly
acted as or The general verdict
ii that iit -as on ef the bIst e' -tcriain-
ments of the kind ever given in St. An-
drews.

Personal
Mr. Ishram, of Georgia, spert a-few
days at the: Saan Crdst this week.
Mr. Chas. Beckenbach, of Cleveland,
Ohio, is visiting friends in St. AAnrev:s.
Mrs. Clark, who h been stopping at
the Swan Crest hotel for some time, left
on the Nettie for Pensacola
Mr. John D. Coff an and daughter,
Miss Katie, of Chicago, arrived in St.
Andrews via Chipiey Saturday. They
will spt nd th winter ere.
Times-Union: E. A. Emmons, the
talented young editor of the BUOY, of
St. 'Andi4rw, Fla., is in the city in.at-
tendance on the Nicaraguia'aali bon-
vention.
A.party consisting of Mr. G. M.
West, and wift, Mrs. NeWl~ West and.
two children, Mrs. B. Elsiworth, Mrs.
A. N. :Rolph, and Mr. W.:F. Look, asll'
of Esoanawba, Mich; a;;rrived in St.


Andrevs Wednesdayof lai week. They,
came by way of Mariana, ad will re-
main during ihe winter.
Jackson inleoMetropolis: E. h. Em-
mons, the bright' young editor' of the
St. Andrews Bay BuoY, is in the .city.
M.nEmment.iAs the youngest newvspa-
per edltor in ilorida, and h4e'is making
a great guqcess of his newspaper. He
is a talented young journalist,- aid is a'
regular contributor to scientific maga-t
zines. He is.very much fnferested ii"
the.'Nicaragua canal scheme, 'and isz
here t-dayteota&le pirt in.fti-f


The Florida Chautauqua.
The twelfth annual session of the
well known FloridaPhantauqua, will
be held in its be~iltiful ?home' -at
DeFuniak Springs,. Florida, Feb.
20th to Marhel 19tli Tihe four we.I ks
will be filled with the best things
that money can procure and genius
devi.,e. 'Tl;e -l'ace' itself is a charm
and a delight. The cha liaitig lake,
the towering pines, the genial cli-
mate, the peach and pear trees itn
full bloom-in.'*ebruary, all combine
t ,ia:ie tre.i ace perfectly enchant-
ing.
The talefit proe'nr '- o fill the .* s-
ing days is as good as can be found
at any Asemenbly'in thIs land,, The
musical features will be especially
strong.. Roger- Gqscen Baud will
give daily concerts during the session.
ID HI:R Pa nIte';df"New Yory, the
"Prince ofl-Ditectorlw.:will have charge
of the chorus. The Arion Lady
Quartette, of Chicago, will be present
during eikti. }.ayN. ,rAmong tihe
soloists ma nm tt hjel .... I sN
Maud Hari gt i, :rs. ':lizahbet h1
;Wallace, Mrp.. Tinetta .larie Culp,
Miss Missouri Cawthon, Miss Ellie
Wentworth, and others. Miss
Cornelia Mineheardt, .1 mh Ainna
Cooper, two famous vio' -iistt will be
present. Mr. Arthur anid Miss Ger
A4rude Palinler,.two. other well known
-violitlists, i. ll add to the harm in f
.theocca.iou. '; Harry S. Riggs, tlhe
whistler, ill a h heard witil
pleasure. James. 8. Buidette, tlhe
fanious New York humorist, en. F.
Chapin, the noted inipersoio;',r.
Miss Virgini .benison, anid Mism
Margurite Craig Knowles are among
the readers engaged.
Oil the I'e ture ila' m will be
heard such men as Dr. Samuel J.
Beiler. Chancellor of the American
University;. Hon. 'Roswell G. Hoor,
Ex:Congressman, and one of the
editor, I,. N. Y. Trlihm,,.n; Dr
Earl Cratswon; W. \V. Smith; Dr.
J. B. Kenyon; Dr. J W. Lee; Dr.
W. F. Brown; Dr. Wilbur (G. Will'
iamN; .I \Welington Vavdive R
J. B. Whitford; l.n. .1. G. IHar .fs,
Dr H. S. Ye er; l'r(f. Iloui hFavor,
the fainnn elect iciani, % itlh tonsi i-1"
a-lip t ai n and t c periinetil.-;
Dr., ic iker, iMils fr S


day Schli wor'rsi and Dr. Vo
\ii. i^re ialv intemf t itieg es-i
ution wille be diSnssed. KlTder-
H aten, eoition ii eni'ern cii ,r will
deiae'two aidllry departed ntstres.
-art w lao s work will be e of a hlill c
order, iirclunlin g par iicnts for Sirogn-
ay School l workers, anlo a VWoians'
Clwi`h lrer ina"ny inter-es ting 1 *e.n-4
tionte Ft*ill be diseitaned. KiDder-
garten, elocution, pan seel clto aure,

arte wxc rk.ell be in thie Eha xs of com-
accommet odatt instriitor. N finer pr ogred at
hiva cverlttaen s, fer to the patron .
ofthe detailed illantaunte. Dr. grW.
L. Davideonrt; who ha.s.been managing
tile Abesreadybly for four ears, is thea
Superiutendent, and seemiu to > are
excelled himself this time Excelent
accommodations can be procured ati
private_ cottage, as i at the 1t ;s:- .t
from $7.00 to $12. per wee ..
* The detailed illuttrated probgraiii
will be read- by the 1it. of January
and can be procured by addlrensing
'. F. McG iiri n. Secretary,'j eFoiia k
Sprnrigs, Ftlrida.

Tlteie t i ut omie pursuit in life
whlicht it"M in tth t 1,",.er of all t,,


jfllowv, 'sst4 of ,ill to attain. It i:
;subject to o t 1 Ai:pp)ointments, sinCI
lie tliat ,er.-evees makes every diffi
l te or 'AM'ni 2
cillty ~'.ti: ccnment, amid evemi
oliquiil v .ksAh.ictory, and 'thi0 is the
pursuit iof virthe. Sincerely toa, air
after virite sa tcTgXu'i her; and zeal-
ouNly to labhA after her mays is t,
rec ve 1'i. ll Cncton.

Pon't Tobacco, Spit, or Smoke
Your Life Away.
The truthf~l. startling title of a book


Mobile Register: We ae aa great
people. We do remarkable things.
For example on one day, namely on
Wednesday, two men of Brazil, Indi-
ana, opened hostilities between the
United States and Great Britain.
They argued the Venezuelan mat-
ter, then resorted to pistols. One
of the men will die. In Jacksonville,
Illinois, a citizen met a man who had
been talking about hiiin, and shot off
his chin-stopping his "chin music,"
one may say. Il Cincinnati a school
teacher laid a wager she could "lift"
some articles in a notion store. She
said it was easy to be a shop lilter.
The po ice caught her in the act.
'In Baltimore a number of ladies had
a Curistntas tre; celebrat.oi for t e
entertainment of their pet Ca a. In
Chicago, a baby fell out of a fourth
story window into the muddy street.
The fact that the street cleaning and
paving department is negligent of its
work, saved the child's life. It fell
into n mud hole.

A WVitty Judge.
London Suiu,
Sir tHeinry : ,w' nits has a repi ta-
tion as a witty judge. Recen'Lly a
.risnellr plleaded guilty if lirceny and
then withdrew the plea anil declared
hliiself to be inno ent. The case
wns tried, and the jury acquitted
liin. hien said Sir iHenry Haw-

"Prisoner, a few minutes ago you
said you were. a thief. Now the jury
say you are a liar. Coiisequ! ntl)
you are dir-. argued' "

A lth ough pet :i l in il all quan-
ities is widely distributed ; rou,h-
oi tlie Unite States, the principal
nlllpply come, :"on western Pennsyl-
v;aiia, southlw eitn New York, Ohio
anld We.s rginia.

New Year (.Ln. 1) will happen
on Sunday but te more dnraig this
century and that will be -. 1899.


From LaGrippe.

How Dr. Miles' Nervine Restored
One of Kentucky's Business
ji IMen to Health.
7-


Plant PECANS from the g J T Only
Sure Bearers. Purchased Trees are not.
Plant Japa" almoth Sweet htrst.t
BIG "MONEY IN BOTH. .N FACT
FOrtunes.
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New Florida and Northern Air Line and Florida
TRUNK LINE.
Time Table in Effect, Nov. 3, 1895.

For Northern Points.-Leave Jacksonville 8:45 a.m., (Sunday only); 4:30 pm
7 00 p.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. m.,8:16a.l
(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 25pmi 10 165 Wt
(daily); Leave 8 50 a.m., 6:30 p m., 7 10 a.m (daily); 4:55 (Sundavs only.)
Arrive Everett 9:45 p.m., 9:55 a.m, 7 42 a.m.. 7:02 p.m., 6 20 p.m. I
Arrive Savannah 10:31 p.m., ll:42a..m.., Leave 5:55 a.m. 4:44 p.m. 10:41 p. a
1150 am. Arrive 5 46 a m., 4 34 p. m.
Arrive Fairfax, S. C., 12.36 a.m., 1 41 p.m. Leave 3:50 a m., 2:32 AIm.
Arrive Augusta, Ga., 6:30 a.m. Leave 8:20 p.m.
ArriveaDenmark, S. C., 1:22 a m., 2:2r'p.m. Lave 3:06 a.m., 1 46 p. ; .
Arrive lumbia, S. C., 2 55 a.m. 4:00 p.m. Leave 1:30 a. m., 12 10a.m. -* s
Arrive Asheville N. C., 10:00 a. m. -J
Arrive Charlotte, N. C., 7 a.m., 8:2011 p.m. Leave 11:06 p.m. 8 40 a.m. ,..
ArriveSalisbury, 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 pmin. 604 a.m. .
Arrive Danville, Va.. 11:40 a.m., 12 p.m., Leave 6 10 p.m., 4.46 a.m. ....
Arrive Riclmond, Va., 2 05 a.m. Leave 12:35 a.m.
Arrive Lynchburg, Va., 1 45 p.xp., 153 a.m. Leave 2:48 a m.
Arrive Charlottesville, 4 04 p.m., 3:35 a.m. Leave 2 27 pm, 108 :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.,8 05 a.m. Leave 9:42 a. ., 8:37 pm.
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., 2:53p.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 Coacnes Jacksonville to Charlotte,
No. 37 and 38.
Through Sleepers Between Jacksonville and New York.
CINCINNATI-JACKSONVILLE. Chicago, Toledo, Detroit, Cleveland,
ville, Nashville, Indianapolis.
Leave Jacksonville 7 30 a.m., 7 00 p.m. Arrive 8 20 a.m.
Arrive Everett 955 p m. 845 Leave 6:20 "
Macon 450 2:15a.m. 1:30 '
SAtlanta 830 500 1050 pm
Ch'tanoga 10 00 a.m
Leave Atlanta 5 10 .
Arrive Ch'tanoga 10 00 "
Cincinnati 7:45 p.m Leave 8 00 a.
Day coach on No. 38 through to Atlanta. Nos. 33 and 34
tween Jacksonville and Cincinnati. Close connection for Chi
ern points.

HOLLY SPRINGS ROUTE. KANS
To St. Louis, Chicago, Sioux City. Missouri, Ark
700 p.m Lv Jacksonville, Ar. 820a.m.
600a.m Atlanta Lv 1050p.m. 700 pm Lv.
1200 n'n Birmingham 255p.mn. 9 00pm Ar.
7 50p.m Holly Springs 720 a. 7 4am
730a.m St. Louis 7 30p.m. 1200n'n "
155p.m Chicago 135p.m. 1000opm
730 p.m Dubuque 730a. m. 915am
700a.m SiouCity 800p. m. 500pm
Through Pullman Sleepers St. Louis Th
and Jacksonville. Sleepers through Roll
between Chicago and Jacksonville with .
.but one change.


SUITTH AND WEST FLORIDA AND NEW
850 am Lv Fernand
1009 am CallaM
0 am Jack
0 pm 105.5am Ar Bald
123 am 1201 pm ** Star
1248 pm 12 35 pm W.ld
10 55 am 1 37 Gainesv
S531. ,r: Cedtar
13-' am 3 r ir Hawtho
208 am 201 Citra
238 pm SilverSpi
305am 2 53 pm "' cala


No DISEASE has ever presented so many
peculiarities as LaGrippe. No disease
loaves its victims so debilitated, useless,
sleepless, nerveless, as LaG rippe.
Mr. D. W. Hilton, state agent of the Mut-
ual Life Insurance Co., of Kentucky, says:
"In 1S99 and '90 I had two severe attacks
of LaGrippe, the last one attacking my nci-
rous system with such severity that my life
was despaired of. I had not slept for more
than two months except by the use of nar-
cotics that stupefied me, but gave me no
rest. I was only conscious of intense mental
weakness, agonizing bodily pain and the
fact that I was hourly growing weaker.
When in this condition. I commenced using
Dr. Miles' Restorative Nervine. In two days
I began to improve and in one month's time
I was cured, much to the surprise of all who
knew of my condition. I have been In ex-
cellent health since and have recommended
your remedies to many of my friends."
Louisville, Jan. 22 1895. D. W. HrLrox.
Dr. Miles' Ne e erv stores health
Dr. Miles' Nerve Plasters for Rheumatism.


425 am
605 am
7 25 am
950am
520 am
5 48 am
607 am
7 18 am
8 30 am


350pm
4 20 pm
4 47 pm
6 15 pm
6 50pm
4 29 pm
4 51 pm
508 pm
6 11 pm
7 10 pm


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Wildwood
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Winter Park
St. Catherine
Lacoochee
Dade City
Plant City
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600pm 950 am Lv Jacksonville Ar
10 45 pm 11 56 am Ar Lake City Lv 5
12 15 am 12 40 pm Live Oak 4
200am 134pm Madison 3
4 20 am 2 52 pm Monticello 2 10
5 30 am 3 37 pm Tallahassee 1 40
4 32 pm Quincy 1243
5 15 pm River Junction 12 01 a
11 00 pm Pensacola 6 20 pm
3 05 am Mobile 215 ,m
7 35am New Orleans 945am
Through Pullman sleepers Jacksonville to New Orleans.


Ir'Get Card of Cheap Rates to Atlanta.jr

tDaily except Sunday. lConnections at Tampa for St. 'etersburg, M
River and Key West and Havana steamers. At Waldo. steamer for fe
Connects at Tallahassee for St. Marks, Carrabelle and A palachicola. ('onn
at River Junction for Chattahooche River steamers. Connects at Ocala for
mosassa. All baggage will be checked from Union Depot. Tick.
Nill still be sold at the city ticket office, 202 Hogani it., as well as at the Unio
Depot ticket office. -. E. MARSHALL.
Ticket Agent 202 West Bay street, corner Hogan. Jacksonville Fla.
N. S. PENNINGTON, Traffic Mgr. .A. O. 0MAC DO NELL, G.e. I'Nu. Agt
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-Everybody is invited to attend the -uaranteM d tobacco-habit cure. If you i7AN ED:-. several trustwwhygen-
songserviceconsisting of songs, read-. want to quit and can't, use "No-to-hac." W or to travel i lo- STOV ESA
ilgs, etc., at the Baptist church every iBraces up nicnzed s serves, elmen inatesids for establihe d, reliable hosel i lr-
tuinday afternoon at o'clockk' On Fri- strength, weight and vigor. Positive ary 80 and expenses. Steady position.
day evening at 7 o'clock theieis a Sun- cure oru money refunded. Sold atPioneer Eclose eferece a d elf-ad
day Sohool Lesson Study, to which all Drug stped envelope. The Dominion Com-
day Leon Study,Book atdruggist, or mailed free. Ad- pay, Third Floor, Omaha Building,
are invite. dress The'Sterling Remedy Co., Chicago Chicago, Ill
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bath afternoon at 3:30 o'clock at the Snruce St.
Presbyterian church. All interested Tle Ladies' Safe Absorber---Not AND A COMPLET
in Chrsian Edeavor wborik a o E'---o a Drop Can Escape It. UNDERTAK
arn estly invitedda to attend. eo-TH It is absolutely reliable, easily ad- ND A '
-Wee prayer meeting e CROMANTON OTEL justed, and does not become misplaced Foo &
Presbe pr a yer meeting at the It can be worn when desired by special
Presbyterian church every Thursday circumstances without the knowledge
evening at 7:30 o'clock. All are in- Is now open for guests. This is one of another. It is simple to use and in- u l t
vied.- of the best equipped houses in West spires confidence in the women using Doub e
-Rev. W. M. Croman willpreach in Florida. Our guest are madeit It is reliable and scientifically
the Methodist church Sunday, next, Florida ur ue are made to feel made addoes not injue the health
morning and evening. at home.' Cromanton is situated on the It is medicated with cne of the best
Antiseptic which gives it power to pre- Caiforia diamonds a-e fonnI in'
S South side of St Andrews Bay, and is vent and destroy putrefaction, or what Cal
ECULIAR n aombination pro- within easy walk of 'the beach of the is the same thing, the bacteria upon all the colors, front a brilliant white
SportinOand preparationotf ingredl- e, s which putrefaction depends. We guar- to a clear lack, together wit rose,
etsootGulf of Mexico, where specimens of antee 'Th Ladies' Safe Absorber. to a clear blk, tether with rose,
entfloodWs &Sr sarWa possesses great s
aatile elhn. VOn *an ll TB *r i rare and beautiful Sea Shells maybe It will be sent securely sealed in plain pink, yell w, blue and g en.
rativewvalue rouboul TRYIT i nd* wrapper upon receipt of the price, 50
found. Good hunting and fishing. A cents or three for $1.00 (which we
Easter is always the ti rst Suln.lay Gass Ppwer Launchandother boats are guarantee to last for one year,) with Lead deposits of almost illimitable w,
after the full moon that .happens on at th, command of guests. full direSSU PL CO.r extent are found in Missouri and Kan-
or neat after March 21. 'W1. 1. CROMAN, Prop. LaCrosse, Wis. sas,


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PRICES CURRENT.
GROCERIES.
lugar, ". ltb Tea, W lb
Granulated .... 6% HeNo....... 75
Coffee,...... 6 Gunpowder.. 80
Lt brown..... 5 Uncol'd Jap.. 50
"14aoe, Cond milk, F can
Green.. 22,3@25 Unsweetn'a.10@15
Browned ..25@30 Sweetened ..10@15
Singer snaps.. 10 Baking powder
Irackers, soda 8s :Royal...... ..50
Tobacco, plug 30a60 Campbell. ..15a25
.Aisins Canned fruit
Loadon layers..15 Peaches.... 20a20
Valencia..... 12% Tomatoes.....10al5
liee ;.. .... 7 Apples........ 10
kpples Pears ......... 15
IEvsporated..l 1 Plums........ 25
Dried Peachees 8 Apricot....... 25
)oal Oil prgal.. .2 Strawberries... 20
gasolinee '"...2..0 Pineapple.... 20
lorid Syrup... 50 Canned Meats
loney.... A...1.00 Roast Beef.. 15a25
Jinegar ..... 30 Corned Beef 15a25
cheese pr l.... 16 ..Chipped Beef.. 25
Butter.. ;* ...... 30 Lobster....... 20
Lard ......... 80 Salmon....... 15
Ilean.... -.. .... 6 Canned Vegetables
Ceceaaut pkg... 10 Baked Beans... 15
Fluit Paddine....I0 Corn.......... 15
Jelly, glass 15a25 Peas......... 15
LimeJs.ice 50 Pumpkin...... 15
Eggs per dot... 15,
PROVISIONS.
flPor Pork
9 0 N ... ,,00 Mes pr b..... 8
Favorite.... 4.50 Bacon Sides..... 9
orn Meal pr b 85 Fresh ...... 8a10
t Meal pr Ii... 5/ Br'kf'st Bacon.. 12
raper u..........5 Ham canvassed 14
toes Shoulders..... 10
h........1.20 Beef
se seed 1.60 Corned ......... 8
.........50 Fresh....... 81l10
ckt1. ) Dried ......... 25
..... 5 Milk pr qt...... 10
HARDWARE.
4a4 Ax,with auandle. 1.00
*15 Hoes, each... 35a50
8a25 Copper paint, can 50
20 Linseed oil, gal.. 80
GOODS,
8 Ginghams..... 8al
Flannel. .....25a50
Thread per spool. 5
hoe, ladies. $1a2 ,75
Men's. .. $1 40a3 00
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S PARKER. Insect Ambrosia.
Correspondence of the Broy. Youth's Companion.
Several young people frm iS. lThe timber Ieetlrs tCat inhabit
Andrews spent Xmins. ,\ve l.rce. oralngl trees inl Fli',l.rla are nonri.si~ed
Sven persons from i urg in their youth with a ipe:.'t:ia kiil ,of
Seen p:rsoits front1 'hi:s? itr rat-
tended the ball at St. A.ldrIews .. food, to which t he nain .., --a;,lrsia"
'hristmas night, and report having :* has been giveii. All youig stnldelts
delightiul time. of Greek know that ambrosia was the
Mrs. Bell o il food o: the mythological gods on
Mrs. Bell :and two children, afeir
ad t hilde, T Olvimpns, andl it may be inferred that
spending several days with Mrs. J. i m
naturalists think the Florida beetles
A. Donalhon, acconloanie l Mr. Bell
to. Weah.ithka, o Thursa,. live like little six-legged pagan dei-
to Wewahitchka on Thurnday, nar
ties. T'he insects bore chamberN and
which place they expect to open a; te. T b
which place they expect to open a galleries in the trunks of the trees,
hotel at once.
and their young are hatched in these
Although on a small scale the galleries. Where the pores o. the
most perfectly jolly party of the sea- wood intersect the passages the sap
son was given by Peter Parker on collects in the form ot little white
Friday night. About twelve couples buttons and apparently undergoes a
were present. who enjoyed themselves fermentation which changes it into
until about 11 o'clock.
util about o'clockthe so-called ambrosia, on which the
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Donalson were larvae feed. The buttons of am-
surprised on Christmas night by brosia are ornamental as well as use-
about 30 or more of their friends ful, giving a fine tessellated finish to
walking in, bringing the.r musical the galleries that are lined with them,
instruments and refreshments all pre- Sono-times the ambrosia collects so
pared to have a delightful time. abundantly that, on becoming coy-
Mr. Chas. Day and sisters, Misses ered with a growth of minute fungus,
Lydia and Grace, who are teaching it completely chokes tip the passages
school in Calhoun county, spent and entrances of the galleries, turning
Christmas with their mother at Ferry them into suffocating dungeons from
Point, They returned to their schools which the larvae are unable to es-
Saturday. cape.
Paiker against the world for think-
ing up rediculons things to hang on Mrs. Ellen Braman of New York
the Christmas tree. .Many haad. recently received f.om President
some presents were noticed, but Cleveland an appointment- as com-
anor.g the former was a boiled egg missioner of deeds for tLe District of
wrapped in regular bon-bon style, Columbia. Mrs. Braman is said to
also several tobacco bags filled with be the first woman evercommissioned
chufas. Someone remembered each to that office.
small boy with a bagof apples with a
bunch of fire-crackers in the center CATARRH
of each. Still another, and the best is strictly a
of all, was a beef bone nicely cooked inLO CAL DISEASE
and ready for eating. nld is the result of sud-
den climatic e'.anges.
T he entertainment on Xmas eve sen climatic anges
w as pronounced a perfect snccess by y'i r e
every one. The house was decorated is acknowledged to be the most thorough
cure for Nasal Catarrh, Cold-hin the Head
with evergreen andl holly and looked and Hay Fever, of all remedies. It opens
very cheerful and attractive. With and cleanses the nasal passages, allays
few exceptions both the ines and pain and inflammation; heals the sores,
few excepons both the hinges and protects the membrane from colds, re-
speakers who took part appeared be. stores the senses of taste and smell. Tbh
Balm is applied directly into the nostrils,
forethe public for the first time, and is quickly absorbed and gives relief at
all deserve credit, especially the once. The results that follow catarrh,
due to the dropping of poisonous matter
younger children, several of whom into the throat, are irritation of the bron-
exhibited more talent than their chial tubes and soreness of the lungs ac-
fr. ty companies by a cough. In all such
friuia ever imagined they possessed. cases we recommend Pineola Balsam to
Mrs. Palmer also deserves great be used in connection with Cream Balm.
t fr trai..ig them so r.r. TS PINOLA BALSAI will lie Ifouinid ex-
ledit for training them so well. .he cellent for all throat and lung infla;mma-d
Sauilay shll.ol is especially grttefui matiinp and for
to M;.s. liotttell as organist foi the ht i
rump Si will in-
evening, ani also to the yoling variaJ d il.l
who in many ways c,-ntitutited' tothe la
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success of the entertainment.
0. 15. SERVER.

CROMANTOI.
Correspondence of the Buoy.
The launch Nellie took a party to
St. Andrews Saturday.
E. Mosher and son Willie were
passengers on the Jessie P. to Pen-
sacola.
J. W, Hansel has cleared away
the debris that was left trom the fire,
and built a new fence around his lot.
W. M. Crt man's launch Nellie
took a party to Parker Christmas
eve to attend the entertainment given
by the Parker Sunday school.
Mr. Chas. Day and Misses Lydia
and Gracie Day. who are teaching
school at different points, are at
home to spend the holidays with
their mother.
A number of Cromanton people
gave Mr. and Mrs. J. A. D onals:n a
surprise paity on Christmas evening.
The enjoyment ot the evening con-
sisted of games andi dancing. F. M.
Boutell and son ayd Edie Day furn-
ished the music.
It is noticeable that the trtae at
the Cromanton store is growing
larger. One reason of it is because
the goods are received by each trip of
the boat and are good and fresh, and
at prices to suit the tines. Fine
California Prines just. received; two
pounds for 25 ceutl.
X. X. X.

13AXTER.
Correspondene eof the Buoy.
This community was shocked to,
hear of the death of Mrs. Kirvin's
daughter Jency, which occurred on
Dec. 27th tt Iola.
Christmas passed off quietly. A
few of the p,,ople of this neighbor-
hood had a vety enjoyable time at
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Sabetea'. After
partaking of a bountiful dinner they
sang sougs, played games and told
stores until midnight. Although
there were eleyen nationalities tepre-
sented, they all joined in singing
patriotic American songs.
BILL NIE,

Rheumatism is caused by lactie acid in
the blood. Hood's Sarsaparilla neutral-
izes this acid and completely and perma-
nently cures rheumatism. Be sure toget
only Hood's.
.Hood's Pills cure aLtLsea, sick head-
ache, indigestion, biliousness. Sold by
all druggists.


I) pectoralion easy,
assisling nattll.
ill restoring iwst-
ed tissues. There is a large percentage
f those who suppose their cases to be
consumption who are only suffering from
a chrothic cold or deep-seated cough, often
aggravated by catarrh. Both remedies
are pleasant to use. Price of Cream Balm,
50c. perlottle; Pineola Balsam, 25c. In
quantities of $2.50 we will deliver free of
express or postage, on receipt of amount.
ELY BROTHERS,
56 Warren et, New York.

NOTICE.
First Judicial Circuit of Florida Circuit
Court in and for Washington County.
Mary L. Parker, Complainant, Bill for
Svs.Divorce.
Wm. M. Parker, Defendant. Divorce
It appearing from the sworn allegations
of the hill 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
state aforesaid.
Done and ordered this 27th day
seal o November, A. D., 1895.
- IW B. LASSITTER,
Cl'k Circuit Court Washington Co., Fla.
J. R. WELLS, Solicitor for Complainant.

OTImCE.
I wA~r.every man and woman In the United
States interested in the Opium and Whiaky
habits to have one of my books on these dis-
eases. Address B. M. Woolley, Atanta, G
Box aS, and one will be sent you free.

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This Ladle*' Solid French Donuols Kid But-
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receipt of Cash, Money Order,
or Postal Note for 0.10.
Equals every way the boots
old in all retail stores for
$2.60. We make this boot
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remain poor, and struggle or a lifetme. to *ke .out
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tANDREWS BAY

Ho "rtl tural an ufrtIp ot 0ntV


ORQ ANTZEl JANUARY. 9,

The ptw J.3e of this Association is to Improve the Country
SAndrewa Bay and to


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Develop its Resources as a Fruift-lrowing Country. ';
1 ac,,iiipliih this the Association proposes to Sell Lands in tractsof Two-
aiiil-a-hah' and FiveAcres to such parties only as will improve them by fhe
Erectioun ovHouaes. Fences and such Permanent Improyements as will enhance the
val-ie ofeealih tract so disposed of, aidl particularly to r
Plant them out in Trees, Plants and Vines,, ."'
1. .. -.. -.' -
To the end that in fhe shortest practicable time every such tract shall be a
Source of Revenue to its Owner.
As- O RELIABILITY OF .THE ASSO IA 'rin
'he first question wh;ch,. ill naturally be asked will be: "Is thes Asor
ciation reliable"? And the answer to it is: Any person employing the AAsociation
to iake improvements may deposit an approximate payment of the estimated cost of
the same wjth any responsible.usiness man or firm doing business on tjhe Bay or in
Bank at their own home to be paid over only when the A sociation shtal satisfacto-
rilyvshow.thsat. the improyemnents hbtv been mkn ad _wrtcriw" `tjgr eemet.:
,ie Aisoclation will rot only iniJrtii and plant ;bt wa'tch ai4 carc fir
all property, eat usted to its keeping. r -ring against forstifires, dishonie 8 -A r'tere
for damages from any cause possible ie prevented.
From a careful estimate If tl probable expense and income of a fr- it
plantation in the St. Andrews B.y e .y a few figures are given:
Price of ;alia per acre, say $25 to cost of clearing, ady $20; -ost of planting lst
year, say $30; eost ofcultivation e year th-.reafter., .$2 :
It is not ex:travagali to estin .e that a 1-acre vineyard will on the third
year.-.jf pi perly cultivated, yield $ P worth ol fruit, and of peaches nearly or q'ite
(lie sanme, wliile difigs.6 tdld do eyv. letter than that. Themo thngh p-rhapsa little
l.ujnpgr. -I,,me of tlheri. i, coming ir.,titatlle r tnearing ,an.ty inmed pLars, .aprieuts.
nee-tarines. ,.lui-, fpruII -. iiulli j., olives, J,! pan ptere n on .aliond.r English
w.qluuts, Jap1ii. che st r. uts. peca ,d ,,,ainy other varieties fruits and nuts. hici
are almost certain to flourish ihe while oranetus and citrust.ruits, though'not con-
sidered certain yieldlarge returti-is,'teneri thau they miss.
The Secretary of the A ro 1tion will -give particular attention to an-
sweriug letters of inquiry, and the luor will in its answers to corrdepondents an-
bwer all questions asked it. ..
R E M E M B E R, the Association Lands will be sold on Easy
Terms of Paihx^. l4ut.!ppipve me i fl t tie p.id for as satisfnclorv pronf is give
that thlewrk has 'ee'rperio.medr: .RRESPONDENCE SOLICITED. /
Addlrek R. E. IIOWARD, Sec.
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NEEDED CHANGES.
TO GIVE AMERICA COMMERCIAL AND
FINANCIAL SUPREMACY.
(1) Retire Our Greenbacks and Stop Gov.
ernment Balking; (P) Put a Quieta on
the Silver Craze-
se is Lroy-bseauTlen nas an artincUe
the December Forum entitled "Condi-
tions For American Commercial and Fi-
nancial Supremacy." This great writer
and authority on economic subjects says
that but two things are necessary to in-
ure American commercial and flancialr
iupremacy-(1) the withdrawal of the
government from the banking business
and (2) a firm declaration i favor of a
gold standard and against biietallism-
that is, against further special favors to
silver. His discussion on both of these
points is clear and convincing. Taking
up point one, he finds that while other
great countries have issued or caused to
e issued considerable amounts of paper
money during critical periods ours is
the first to refse to take up and cancel
Aita notes as soon as possible. This was a
great and vital error which we did not
repair entirely when we resumed specie
payments in 1879. "A government,"
be says, "is ill fitted and ill equipped
to maintain paper moneyin circulation,
even if the paper is redeemable in spe-
cie. The redemption done is in itself a
great trouble and a continual embarrass-
ment." He thinks that the function-
aries of a government "who must act by
fixed and always identical rules," can-
4 not make a flexible and safe currency
out of government paper. The greatest
;ipoonvenience and danger from it is in
regard to the specie reserve which every
government must keep on band either
in public or private banks.
If the government were out of the
banking business and private banks
were left o deal with the exportation
of gold problem they would 4ben
harmful exportation begins, rateO the
S ate of discount intil sch export'acb lt
checked. This is what European banks
Sdo in similar emergencies. When the
gold movement is controlled in this
way, it produces "only a: light and
momentary embarrassment, not to be
compared with the shook and the dis-
credit resulting from an outgo of gold
the end of which cannot be calculated."
SContinuing on this point XM. Leroy-
Beittliea days: -~
* "In most countries the
banks, either public or 'private, main-
tain the specie reserve., Obliged to pay
their notes in specie on demand, it is
their permanent interest that the specie
reserve shall not be exhausted. More-
over, they bavevery effectual means for
protecting it. Gold must always b fur-
nished for export, otherwise buMsren
with other countries will be restricted
:and at times rendered impossible, and
the credit of the country will be im-
r paired. But when gold exports become
too extensive, and particularly when
they secm caused by a speculative move-
Sment, and threaten the metallic reserve
of the county, the banks have an excel-
t means of obviating and removing
thevil-an advance ii the rate of dis-
co * .
An advance in the money rate in
or er to arrest the outgo oftspecie, par-
i larly gold, is sure to suca d if the
nment does not disturb natural
rse of operations by ar:i l rens-
ur a. Such an advance checks the im-
of merchandise, and/on the other
stimulates exports. It draws cap-
its from abroad to seek the better re-
z X.hich are the consequence of this
dance. "-,It induces a certain number
of the hol'riSof -pblio and other se-
curities to part with them and inflneceo
foreign capitalists to purchase them.
"Thus whenever the banks, public or
Private, are charged with the protection
of the metallic reserve of the country,
they accomplish it with certainty by
this sovereign etMi od, -t raising the
money rate. * **On the contrary,
when the state issues the fiduciary cur-
rtency, as in the United States, it has no
real means of protecting the metallic re-
serve. It cannot raise the discount rate,
for it does not discount commercial pa-
per. It is under obligation to pay gold
to all who demand it, without any pow.
er to regulate.or reduce the demand. It
is absolutely disarmed. Its sole resource
is to secure specie by loans abroad. But
as those loans have no effect on the gen-
eral current of business, their proceeds
are soon exhaustled and .they mst be re
uhewed. This incapacity to protect It.re-
serve is the chief reason why afat.p is
not fitted to iasue fiducaiar money.
The second part of X Lerty-Bd al-.
lien's article is headed "Bimetallism."


He discusses our silver question in a
masterly way. Because of a general5
movement toward goud and away from
silver and the great decline in the price
of tFlvet, he concludes that "the diffi-
culties in the way of the restoration of
silver are infinitely greater than they
_were 20 years, or ten years, or five
ears since. He believes that bimetal-
l isia practically a thing of the past.
and that all governments of Europe are
satisfied with the "pro-eminence of gold
and the secondary and circumscribed
funeotioaof silver." Be-attribute' the
occasional bimetallic utterances of gov-
ernment offclals in Europe to their
habit of "avoiding offending or defiite-
ly estranglng any group of voters, even'
one of slight importance."
In conclusion he says:
"As soon as the capitalists, small and
Seat, of Europe shall know that the
United States have definitely adopted
the gold standard and relegated silver
to a subordinate monetary role the'sav-
In-gs of western Europe will flow toward
that country. Freed form the fear that
he maysome day be repaid in depreciat-
ed money, every person with savings in
al Europe will be happy to find a re-
turn of 8S to 4 per cent in good Amer-
oian securities, and of 5 to 54 per cent
in the shares of well established Ameri-
ica enterprises. Then the immense ter-
ritory of the United States will find its
vast resources -rapidly and completely
put in the way of exploitation. The
abandonment of notes or paper money
ssueed by the state, the definite adop-
tion of gold as the sole standard-these
are the two necessary conditions on
which the United States can secure a
financial position as important as that
they now hold in agriculture and in in-
dustry. On these two conditions they
can some day approach and equal Great
Britain as a financial power. If, on the
contrary, they persist in their system of
'government paper money and in the
rehabilitationo' of silver, their indus-
trial and commercial development alike
will be trammeled, and they will un-
Sdergo marked and permanent experiences
of financial weakness."


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