Title: St. Andrews buoy
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Title: St. Andrews buoy
Uniform Title: St. Andrews buoy
Alternate Title: Saint Andrews buoy
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Emmons & Lynch
Place of Publication: St. Andrews Fla
Publication Date: February 13, 1896
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Saint Andrews (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Washington County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Washington -- Saint Andrews
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 27 (Sept. 28, 1893).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00073857
Volume ID: VID00164
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33065309
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W4ashington County

West Florida

Against the World.

VOL. V. ST. ANDREWS ,A FLA., FEB. 13, 18ti. NO.(

OFFICIAL DIRECTORY, One Dollar a Year in Advance. St. Andrews Cor. Times-Union.
UNITED STATES. WILLIAM A. EMMONS There are more northern tourists
8yuati,- lion. Sam'l Pasco, Monticello. Proprietor on St. Andrews Bay this winter than
!J.u .;jinson Call, Jacksonville.
e..-.er i,..ives-lat District, S. Ml. park- for a number of years; and what is
,,- r o'e -s t 3D district S.M .prk "" -Ia es .50c per inch per month
man, .Tnpa; d District, CPosition and extra incary co onth still more gratifying to the citizens,
L.oper,. Jlacksonvilie. position an extraordinary condition
Lana Otfhi---Register M. Barco: Re- rates subject to special agreement. several have purchased permanent
R.-e-iv,-z-N D Wainwrighl, Gainesville homes. The time is coming soon, as

vernor-He i A.. ichell; Attorney the Cruel Sea. progressive events indicate, when St.
GAuerai 'W-. h. Lamar; Secretary oi J. TL- Red in Fi h'ng Gazette. Andrews will rank as one of the most
tatse; .1 L. '-.Aiword; Comptroller, W. Only a sailor at the root of a tree popular health resorts of the world.
D. Blo..i.n; ionerfAgriprey of the wind and the prey of
ture. L. o. ell; perintendnte wind and the preyof She already has a wide reputation as
0o" I uhli,- Instructior, N. Shee; the sea,
of 1 ulir uinatructioi. W. N. Seats; hruke natural sanitarium for the ills of
Treteurcr. BI. C Ilins; J VcL 0 u- C at e shrunken,
preume Court, R. F. Ta 'r,.ti ahassee at are sunken, the flesh. The mild salt breeze's
N.--* BTOR. E .,a a an nevermore see. from the great gulf stream mingled
First District-Wilkinson Call, Jackson- Simply a sailor, killed in the storm, with the balmy odor from the pine
ville; Second District, aamuiii Pasco. With no one to cire and no one toe a r
Monticello. forests give a new lease of life.
SrTATICr SCNAToR. The most flowery language of the
Twenty-fifth District-Alouzo W. Weeks, Hark to the ocean, roll upon roll! e e
Chipley. How the waves of its music sweep over pen could not fully po tray to the
WAasBVITroN COCNTY. tie soul! mind of the reader thepicturesque-
R-epresentativt, J. R. Wells, Chipley, The wi:;. rushes past him, ness of "Lovely St. Andrews-by-the-
County Judge, D. D. Melvin, Vernon;
Clerk of Court, County Clerk, Recorder The tide clutches fast to im, Sea." Nature must have been in
of Deeds, W. B. Lassitter, Vernon; Singing its strange -;, rythmical dole. her most exalted mood when she
Sheriff, C. G. Allen, Chipley; Treasurer, And t:, i h s ring down with land-locked
R. C. Horue, Chipley; Tax Collector, A. myriad ey s, formed ths bautifu and-locked
Q. Jones, Vernon; Tax Assessor, A. a bay-the most beautiful of the entire
J. Gay, Grassy Point; Superintendent Looks o a wdering su bay-te most beautiful
J y coast of Florida-where the white-
,,f Pubic Instruction, W. L. Lockey; Only a seaman! In the battle of life, of F da-where the white-
Chipley; Surveyor, Thoa. Collins, Chip- Strong for the sakeof mot eror wife. winged messengers of the whole
Sey. ANonD s. God knows as she kissed him, world may, in a few years, reflect in
'ustice of the Peact.. 0C. f. Crippen; How muc she has missed him, t : glorious sunshine her beauty
Notary Public, Depluy Circuit Court Gone to the sea where dangers are rife. an sole-stiring grandeur. Nature
'lerk. W. A. Eimmons: School Super- In v..:: ill s e watch for him to come a
v;sor, R. F. Braukin; Poet Master,. has :one all she can, and with a
B. Thompson bak,
HARtISON. Tortured by f-ar- that never can slack. pleading inspiration she Ibpckns man
'ostmislreas, Mrs. Elliaon. Here a.s :e lies : salt in his a r, to pile his shining sheekels awl ei-
PAnRER F.ost on his face where Death shadows terprising indutitries by her -ide.
'-'ostmistress, Annie R. Parker; Notary 're, A railroad is needed badlv. It
Public. W. H. Parker.
P'I-Public R Did she dr am hen he left her, would develop and give a market
l',,-ituar.N. W. PlIs. That God had bereft her, for her natnial ricources, A rail-
A .vEse.s And gave her to drink of the cup of
-n r S. W An n road would bi in ii large aw-mill
Po,,t.,lat..r, S. W. Auderson. D,',..
UA*. Or pirau c he stole from the silent plant, an ice ftactlur, an evlelnive
rostmhtlr, MS R. n. h4oe fish-packing h.,nue, with a fleet to,
h~r HEAzdD.
l..sein.astter. Jih Gainat. T.; j.i. in te.eroutand therevl's rouse. prey upon the renowne-t snalli-
;.Su Cm I Fain would A i. now, but alas! howvain, fishing banks, which lie nearest t, her
S variess, E. M,,:-iir, Frank Hoskins, F For the seakeepshid its secrets of pain; shores, a fu iture lactory, a palmet-
H. Bell; P.mrl,.arl.r, W. M. Cronmin,; And the wind breathes d irge, to ta nery, an t.gstee and fruit ca,
County Comisni*',ner, H. M. Spicer And the ti,.e rolls serge, ne nd a are inux ou
Deputv Clerk ot 4 urts. S. T. Walkley Asit leaps to the shore in high disdain. ery, and a large influx of ummor
Only a sailor, in his last long sleep- and winter touri.-ts.
S(, OU 8 Dead on the shore where the sur e
sweep- Long Stap;.. Cotton.
thodist-Churclt e-r. Wnshinigtou ae v --. ----itizpent i.
Chestnut at-F.-v. W. Groman. : .'~r .
"rhas atlou culture flin hi' r p't, sa
Y. P. S. C. E.-Pr.,yer meeting' ait the deuIntiges i Puck d, in h late-t report, a of
Prehiyterian church every Sunday after J et tlhe Sea Il.nd. or lonig slta.., cotton,
jeon at 3:30 o'clock. All are inmiled. Judge, is 'lead. '
BapUt-tChurcbh, -orner of W\Vomrin? that it is the only kind "of cotton
Baptist-Church, E-Orner of W% omin8 -
avrean- and Cineina i street. Cb re, THE recent bicycle exhibition r-, that Florida farmeis*cen ever hope to
ouferer : turday beforee first Sunday New York has gone far to demon- grow with profit. That they have
at 4 p. m. Sunday school every Sunday at
le a. strate that the cycle has come to not availed themselves of the great
Seventh Day Baptist-Meets every.Sa st ay, and is bound to rank high as a advantages that they possess in this
arday at II o'clock a. m., corner of Wood-
iane avenue and Bay View streets; prayer vehicle with which to travel trom direction over any other section of
eaeeitig same place every Friday evening place to place. the cotton-growing region, is surpris-
tt 7:30.
Presbyterian-Church corner Loraine ing. Florida contains an aret suited
,enue and Drake street. Ilev .P. TH disaster of the adoption of a to the growing of this cotton greater
Slade (Christian) preaches by pcrums- free coinage silver law might, in a than all of the tracts outside of its
**io every alternate Sudav at 7:30 p. ni.
/athelic-Church corner Wyoming ave- measure, ba overcome by the iuaugu- borders combined, and yet it produces
nue and Foster street. ration by the government of a sys. only about one-third of the long-
. --'" ""' tern of public improvements by which tapee cotton grown. With con-
THE MAI LS. the hordes of idle men might find certed action the growers could con-
:ast, west and north mail, via. Chipley de employment that would at least pro- trol the output and dictate the price.
parts every day except Sunday at 12:30 ide food to ward offstarvation. r
o'clock; arrives every day except Sun2 d he commissioner has secured a
asy at 12:00 p. m. quantity of the very best seed for free
Parker, Farmdale anrd Wetappo, leaves A MR. NEISIS clAms to have ds- distribution in small quantities for
St. Andrews going east every morning covered gold in Escambia county, a experimentation, and will soon be
at. o'clock and arrives, coming west short distance oui of Pensacola, and
every afternoon at o'clock., d ready to begin sending it out.
,Rorth Bay (Auderson,): Arrives at St. possibilities of no mean proportions
Andrews every Monday,Wednesday and are floating before the vision of the No Doubt AboutHis Meanness.
Friday, a. B ; Returns to Anderson
same days at 1:30 p. m. denizens of that community. The Pearson's Weekly
Pearson's Weekly:
__ _L_.. BUOY h lieves there is plenty ot gold To the large number of stories of
Parker Lodge No. 142, to be found in Washington county by the "meanest man" which are fre-
J.~ ._E. & A. : digging the earth thoroughly and quently related, one shonid be added
Regular (/ommnniiicatmins on Matur- systematically and planting it in ofa certain Frenchman, famous for
day. on or before each full moou. crops that will commnrud the cash his habit of grembling at everyti g
VlstInIg Brothers Fraternally from those who dig the virgin metal and on every occasion. He was at-
t from the mines of the world.
W. H, PARKER W. M. of the worldtacked by inflammatory rheumatism,
M.Bo Secretary. THE . d hand was carefully nursed by his wife,
--, TH U. S. Senate passed the sen- "
ate substitute to the house bill which who was very devoted to him, in spite
S DIR ECTOR Y provides for the free coinage of silver, ot his fault-finding disposition. His
SA -- eb. 1, by a vote of 42 to 35. suffering caused her to hurst into tears
Deputy Circuit Court Clerk and No- The hill is not yet a law; the substi- sometimes as she sat by his bedside.
tary Publie for the State at Large; has tute must he agreed to by the house One day a friend of the invalid
jurisdictions to administer oaths, take t came in aeed to by the houseke how he was
afficavits, legalIze ackuowledgments, and receive the signature of the ores- came in and a8ket how he was get-

etc., anywhere in Florida. Special at- ident before the misfortune of its be- ing on.
tention given to land conveyandes and "tBailly,- badly," he exclaimed,
to marriage services. Office at the coming a law can be inflicted upon Badly," badly, he exclaimed.
!UOY Offoe, St. Andrews Bay. y"And it's all my wife's fault."
the country. Should it happen tha,
DR. J. J. KESTER, these requirements are met and free "Is it possible? aed the find,
Homeopathic Physician and Ac- silver becomes the law of the land, inr' Th 1 re.
coucher. Office Pioneer Drug Store, the Buoy hopes it is in error in pre- ites es doctor told me that
corner of Shell avenue and Michi- dicting for the country a period of hIaidity was bad for me, and there
gan street, tuat woman sits and cries, just to
St. Andrews. .Floridai business depressions and hard times tt n sits just
St. Andrews. Florida t make it moist in the rom."
by te side of which the financial
DR. W. f(. MITCHELL, and business stagnation of the past
Proprietor East End Drug Store, of- two years will be noted for its pros- New York and Florida Special.
fers his professional services to the perity and good times in comparison. The new traiu of the F. 0 & P.
citizens of St. Andrews Bay and Time alone will tell whether the ad- and Southern Railway, known as the
vicinity. Office at DViug Sv e. vocates of sound currency are all "New York and Florida Short Line
Residence on Biienna Vista avmne
opposite old Florida Exchan ge. wrong while the contenders for cheap Limited," is doubtless one of the
money alone are on the right track most elegant trains in the United
W. H. PARKER, States. A magnificent compartment
Notary Public and Surveyor. Special at- T o N r o 8
eonton gubian to all Notarial businesaa Pensacola News: To Senator Pasco car, with observation cai, dining car,
also to the DrawingofMaps, Charts, etc the fruit growers of Florida look to baggage and express and Southern
er. Fla secure the passage by the senate of Railway day coach, runs through to
C. H. CRIPPEN. Mr. Cooper's bill removing the re- Jacksonville and St. Augustine by
.Justlce ot the Peace. strictions which have hitherto pre- the Short Line Route, arriving at
Wil attend oromptly to all bIusiness de-
mndin hi attention withalin his juris- vented the distillation of various Jacksonville at 6:30 p. m. and at St.
diction. Office on Bayview street, one Florida fruits. That Mr. Pasco Augustine at 7:45. Returning,starts
block northeast of T C. Danford's
btor. Role deas, Fir t Moanfrd in will aid the measure to passage need from St. Augustine at 9:50 a. m. and
storeah Rule days, First Mbenda in
each month, scarcely be said. 'ackson il, t 11 .

AN ADEQUTE EASON avoildd other ppcrplo as deliberately as
AN A EQUAT EASO they avoided him. To only ono person
tilid he make an adlvances, and he only
His name was Georgf~irew, and at made them once. It was in this way:
the time of whih I white he was a Early one morning he was standing
passenger on board tl Royal Mail looking moodily to leeward, when he
steamer Cobra on her hdieward voyage suddenly became aware that Miss Len-
from Buenos Ayrea to uthamptcn. It nox had come on dwck and was leaning
from s A s to against one of the doors of the covert
was late in the year, and. the passengers stairway. Their eyes met. She blush-
were comparatively few. I cannot ed deeply, made half h-sitating move-
with truth say that Caritwas a gener- ment of her head---which minht have
al favorite on board. H DwVas taciturn meant a morning salutation or might
as a rule, and when he 'das not taci- not-and turned away. But Carow
turn he was apt to be dojmatic, tooksteps toward her. enn
Among the male pt';,'.-reTe he was .Sfp% mom!ont, Mias Lennunx, '
usually spoken of as' aiicent fellow safI in an odd voice. "Will you tell
enough, but queer." The feminine per- me why you have avoided me so persis-
tion of the community thought-or said tently during the last few days?"
they thought him uninteresting. "Avoided you?" she stammered awk-
Among their number was a tall, pretty wardly enough. "Oh-I, really-notat
blond, who had gradually pierced the all. But-but"---
armor of his reserve, and in whose com- Carew smiled slowly, but his lips
pany he had even been seen to smile, were pale. "I beg your pardon," he
They became very good friends-so said quietly. Then he lifted his cap
much so indeed as to draw down upon and walked away.
the young lady's head various maternal As he did so he saw one of the male
lectures on the folly of encouraging passengers grinning from behind an
young men who were nobodies. But as abnormally large cigar. He did not
Carew, of course, did not hear these pitch the youth overboard, but he could
lectures, and as Miss Ida Lennox was a have done so with pleasure.
self willed young person, their friend- After this little episode, Carew was,
ship suffered no interruption, if possible, more ostracised than ever.
There was a certain Mrs. Bouverie on Only the captain treated him with corn-
board, an extremely handsome widow, parative cordiality. But as the days
in whom Carew, for some unknown went on he, too, became less kind, es-
reason, had aroused a violent dislike. pecially after one forenoon when he
She was clever as well as handsome, opened to Garew the matter in hand.
but was possessed of a passionate and The young man cut him short at once.
somewhat uncertain temper -which "I don't care to discuss the thing.
last, however, in virtue of her many You can believe what your passengers
counterbalancing good qualities, was seem to believe, or you can let it alone.
universally condoned. It is nothing to me."
One evening at dinner Mrs. Bouverie Captain North shrugged his shoulders
was expatiating to those nearest to her and walked off. Carew laughl'd. His
on the value and antiquity if a very laugh was short, though, and bitter.
curious and beautiful ring which she If this suspected ouug iman had been
wore. andwhich shehad picked up in a anybody in particular it is possible
tour through Italy. She afirmned it to they might not have been so hard upon
be at least f9O0 years old. Itwasa abroad him. But as ho was simply G-orge
gold hand. chased richly and with mar- Carew, with nothing beyond an average
velous delicacy and set all round at good looking faconud well set up figure
rp-ular intervals with large diamonds to recommend him, and as, moreover,
of exquisite brilliancy. lu.side were his clothes had a look of having seen
two capital letters. N. C., tach letter better days and were by no means of
formed of tiny seed pearl sunk into the the latest cut. e was cl':arly not an ac-
gold. Mrs. Bouverie, who was of a quaintance to be regretted.
romantic turn, was of opinion that it At dinner that right Carew found
had been an ancient betrothal ring. himself next a small, gray clad young
There was a half effaced date inside, woman, with a pale, serious face and a
which the widow's right hand reigh- smooth, birdlike head of dark brown
bor,apale, consumptive looking qlergy- hair. She had also, as he absently
man, was in vain trying to decipher noted, exquisitely shaped hands. He
through a small magnifying glass. had never entered intb conversation
Presently a lady opposite begg:d t. be with the little woman; indeed ho had
allowed b examine the ring-. 'p 'il been aware of -r existcnce be-
her it ws pandas fr -. im 1" hearingg the captin address her
prettNy '"* twice as M;-:

Butu e to say, it did ,!jt come hevr, she ailol in low-. c!- voice,
back to owner. It had arently "Good evening, Mr. Oarew."
disappear, Every one &e -red it It was so many days.eince any of the
had paksid safely out of hi or her lady passengers had addressed him at
hands. Where was it then ?" There all that he actually s4xted.
was a great commotion, of course; ev- "I beg your pard4_7- .he said.
erybody rose, and a thorough search "I only said good evening," the girl
was made, on and under the table and in gray made answer, looking up at
from one end to the other of the long him with a little smile.
saloon. Then he noticed that her teeth were
The ring, however, was not forth- very pretty and her eyes very satisfao-
ooming. Its owner had by this time tory indeed. Before he had time to
become somewhat excited, and a rather speak, she went on: "The captain says
disagreeable scene ensued. In point of that before many days we shall be in
fact, Mrs. Bouverie insinuated that the bay of Biscay. I have not crossed
some one had appropriated her ring. it since I was a little child. I suppose
Upon this, some of the male passengers it will be frightfully rough ?"
angrily suggested that, if Mrs.Bouverie "I think it is more than likely," he
entertained suspicions of that nature, answered, gazing steadily at his plate.
all present had better turn out their Whereupon they drifted into a sub-
pockets. To this proposition there was dued, friendly conversation which last-
a general assent. ed till the end of the meal. Carew was
All resumed their seats, and there not a particularly soft hearted fellow,
was a hurried disentombing of keys, but it touched him strangely-this un-
letters, pocket handkerchiefs, etc., but looked for partisanship. It gave him
no ring. a queer, unwonted lump in his throat
Carew, to the surprise of all, quietly and made him feel womanish, which
refused to exhibit the contents of his annoyed him.
pockets. Next morning he saw the girl in gray
"But merely as a matter of form, on deck. She was standing quite still,
Mr. Carew," expostulated the captain, watching the screaming sea birds that
The young man, however, repeated flew and dipped astern. Her pale, seri-
his refusal courteously, but more in- ous little face already seemed to him
flexibly, if anything, than before, like the face of a friend. As he passed
There was an awkward silence. her with a slight bow she turned, held
Then Mrs. Bouverie forgot herself. out her hand and bade him a cheery
"May I ask, sir," she said, address- good morning, supplementing it by
ing Carew in an excited tone, "why some trifling remark regarding the
you refuse to do as all your fellow pas- weather. He stopped, answered her
sengers have done?" and stood beside her for a minute or
"You may, madam," was the brief two. Then he flung away his cigar
and haughty answer, and leaned his arm on the railing.
"Well, sir, and why not?" His companion scanned his face
"Because I have a very special reason swiftly and covertly. She thought he
for not doing so," he answered in a looked dispirited, and she felt for him,
carefully repressed voice, for she was a tender hearted little
And that reason ?" woman.
"I fear I must decline to give it," They talked on indifferent subjects
he answered quietly, but with an om- until luncheon and repeated the process
inous flash in his gray eyes. between that meal and dinner and also
"Then you are aware of the imputa- in the evening. And so it came to pass
tion your refusal casts upon your char- that Carew began to look upon this
acter?" inquired the lady scornfully. small, gray clad creature as his one
"That is a matter of the utmost in- friend in all his present world. He
difference to me," was the icy answer. learned a great deal about her from her

But the speaker's hand, as it lay upon half unconscious confidences-among
the table, opened and shut in a quick, other things that her Christian name
nervous fashion which showed that he was Joyce, and that she was an orphan,
was less unmoved than he looked. and that she had known trouble. But
Whereupon Mrs. Bouverie waxed she learned little or nothing about him.
more and more indiscreet, and all but The Cobra touched at Corunna, where
accused Carew of having the ring in one or two Englishmen came on board.
his posssesion. Then came the redoubtable bay of Bis-
"Mrs. Bouverie, Mrs. Bouverie,"re- cay.
monstrated the captain, "this is really On the night they left Corunna there
not quite fair." was a glorious mouo, under the rays of
Here Carew, who had been growing which Miss Neville and Carew were
whiter every moment, rose from his walking up and down on deck.
seat. The steamer was rolling a great deal,
"I regret that you should have such and he had offered her his arm, which
an opinion of me as your word. imply, she had accepted. She treated him in
Mrs. Bouverie," he said in a queer, un- a frank, unembarrassed fashion, almost
certain voice. "May I suggest that as a sister might have done-and he?'
you drop the subject for the present? Well, men are susceptible, you know,
y temper is not all that it might be, and I am bound to say his feelings to
and I should be sorry to be guilty of her were not altogether those of a
discourteay to a lady." ^- brother.
Then he lit the saloon.m-- went on When they e ad taken a few turns in
'deck. s o silence, she said suddenly, "Mr. Carew,
After this day, hcp-; -.iew ob- we seem to have become such good
served a gradual bbt tfitference friends by this time that I should like
in his fellow passenger or to- to say something to you which other-
ward him. His greetingxWere received wise I should not presume to say."
coldly, though with scnulous polite- She looked up at him as she spoke,
ness. Groups beg melt insensibly and he looked down at her.
awayat his approa r his advntwas "You know y'i I v m ,' vl:.
signal for a d -.d .... you to ni,' lu... n-
Ithe t j l t f .i ti r.. t it, i ; .. . i ill
the ( j -ur .t it. L- tb w It, 1 "t Youwou Noftti -.; T \,IilA

pi qlueaviyl Cafter
tu s Neavillo saiT she would'
er sit down.
So Carew provided her with a shel-
tered .:.-at, brought a warm rug to wrap
about her feet and seated himself beside
her. It was now almost dark. A few
stars shone here and there in the stormy
The wind shrieked and whistled
drearily. Thedeck was deserted. For
quite a long time both were silent.
Then Carew said in a half whisper:
"You are trembling. You are not
afraid of the storm, are you? It is noth-
ing fo.r the bay. I assure you.'
"No-I am not afraid."
"You feel quite safe here with me?"
he weut on, siuklng his voice lower yet.
"Yes," she answered somewhat
After a pause he laid his hand on
hers as it reacted on her knee and said
in an odd, deliberate kind of way:
"Will you let me take care of you al-
ways? I mean as my wife. I have
grown to love you very dearly, and I
think I could make you happy."
For perhaps a minute there was utter
Then Carew withdrew his hand, say- -
ing hastily and in an indefinably
changed voice: "AhI you do not care
for me. Perhaps it is as well, and per-
haps I had no right to ask you to do so.
I forgot for a moment that I am a man
under a cloud-a cloud that in all prob-
ability will never be lifted, for I tell
you honestly I have no means of right-
ing myself. Forget what I have said."
The words and tone were hardly lover-
like, but there was a slight, almost im-
perceptible quiver in the deep voice.
A small hand stole softly into his.
"I do care for you," said a happy lit-
tle voice, "and I would take your word
against all the world."
Another pause. Carew did not even
press the hand he held. Then he said
harshly: "But suppose I cannot give
you my word? Suppose I tell you that
I am what our fellow passengers think
I am?"
"I should not believe you," was the
confident answer.
"But if I tell you that you must be-
lieve me?" His face as he looked down
was very pale and wore an expression
she could hardly fathom.
She uttered a half suppressed little
cry, but she did not take her hand
away-only nestled it farther into his.
He grasped it almost painfully; then
let it go.
"Foolish, trusting littlewoman," he
said in a strange voice. "Must I give
you proof that your trust is-mis-
He held out his other hand to her.
In its palm lay the ring. Even in the
dim light she recognized it at once.
There was a curious, breathless pause,
during which Carew never took his
eyes from the girl's face.
"Well?" he quietly said at last. He
felt her little fingers close tightly on
"I can't help it," she said brokenly.
"I love you-I love you."
"And will you be my wife?"
She could not see his face, but his
voice shook.
"Yes," she whispered, hiding her
face in Iloth her hands.
But the hands were gently drawn.
In the semiidarknesas ht felt his arm
come ,'..,..i. her, aud L,- mustache
br-. 1. h tr ni.-s [
i'., .n-), hle ,:u l al'r, .i, ':,l ate-

from destroying postal matter and
canvas sacks. Their woik is of the
utmost importance wherever large
quantities of mail are collected, as,
for example, at the New York post-
office, where from two thousand to
three thousand bags of mail matter
are commonly stored away in the
basement. Formelly great damage
was done by the mischievous rodents
which chewed holes in the sacks, and
thought nothing of boring clear
through bags of letters in a night.
Troubles of this sort no longer oec
cur since the official pussies keep
watch. Each of the postmasters in
the larger cities is allowed from eight
dollars to forty dollars a year for the
keep of his feline staff, sending his
estimate fur "cat meat'" to Washing-
ton at the beginning of each quarter.

ic... Tbe goo' things which
.l.,: tu 1 i -.it iity may be wished;
.1t : gi O ,' things whI, id': .ir to
',ItvII[it y aie tu b;e admired.



"I shall assuredly not think it a lib-
erty," was the lrief answer. Cer-
tainly her eyes wer, very lovely. They
thrilled him through and through.
"I want to ask you, then," she said
somewhat nervously, "why you allow
those people to believe what they be-
lieve about you?"
She felt him wince slightly.
There was a silence. Themonotonous
throbbing of the engines amidships
mingled with floating scraps of half
heard talk and laughter.
The C(arew said in a hard, bitter
voice: "U;tifrtnuately I am not respon-
WiLle f1Nx fueir beliiff, Miss Nei-ille.
Besides, what they believe of me may
be-true. I am-pardon me-an utter
stranger to you; you have no reason to
believe in my innocence."
"I do believe in your innocence,
though," she murmured, an excited
thrill running through her voice.
"May I ask why He spoke clear-
ly, but she felt his arm. tremble under
her hand.
For one swift moment she looked up
at him, and her eyes were full of tears.
But he did not see them, for he was
gazing straight before him.
"Why?" she repeated, with a curi-
ous sobbing little laugh. "Because 1
-know !"
A minute later she was gone, and he
was watching the last flutter of her
gown disappearing in the direction of
the stairway.
Late that night Carew sat in his
cabin, leaning his elbows on his knees,
and staring earnestly at something he
held between his fingers, something that
twinkled and sparkled as the light of
the electric lamp fell upon it. It was
a broad gold gipsy ring, richly chased,
and set at intervals with large dia-
monds. Jiuide were two Roman let-
ters formed of tiny seed pearls.
0 *
For two days after that it blew a
pretty fair gale. It rained a good deal,
too, at intervals; and such of the pas-
sengera as were not violently seasick in
their berths kept to the saloon or the
music room, with the exception of two
or tbreo hardy males, of whom Carew
was one.
As he piTsed the door of the stairway
toward the evening of the second day,
he saw Miss Neville, who had just
struggled so far, and was clinging to
the door to windward. She was look-
ing white and ill, he thought, but when
he told her so she only laughed.
"Do you care to come fur a turn?"
he said. "It doesn't rain now, and I
will take good care you don't fall," he
I added. .

swear," and in his eyes ghli.. .,L-
thing that looked Like tears.
0 ,. 0
Next morning one of the Englishmen
who had come on board at Corunna,
and who had been ill ever since. ap-
peared on deck. As it happened, the
first peron he saw was Carew.
They greeted each oth'.r cordially.
and after the fashion of old friends.
This Englishman, by the way, was a
well known statesman, and a very good
fellow besides.
In the joking room that anteroona
somae one kindly put him on hia guard,
as to Carew and supplied the details.
"I thought I would mention it, you
know," appended the man who had
spoken. "I saw you speaking to him'
awhile ago."
"Thank you," was the dry answer.
"I've known George Carew for a good
many years. I think 1 have a pretty
good idea of his idiosyncrasies, and I
don't think annexing other people's
property is one of them. By the way,
you may not have hoard that he has
come into the title and is now Lord--
Evandale. 1 though I'd mentj it.
you know," he added with a somewhat
grim smile.
In the silence that followed, the
speaker lit a fresh cigar, rose and went
I blush to have to relate that during
the remainder of that day a good many
of the Cobra's passengers became sud-
denly imbued with the conviction of
Carew's-or rather Lord Evandale's-*-
innocence and evidenced as much. How
their overtures were received perhaps I
need not say.
Joyce Neville was a little shy with
her lover when she knew. But in the
course of a starlit walk on deck he
made that all right. She, it seemed,
had had the idea that he was rather
obscure and hard up than otherwise,
at which confession he was a good
deal touched.
I think it was on the evening before
the Cobra got into Eouthampton that
the head steward made a startling dis-
covery. Mrs. Bouverie's ring was
found in a distant corner of the saloon,
where it had been effectually concealed
by an upstanding corner of the carpet.
Captain North publicly restored the
ring to its owner that night at dinner.
There was a very uncomfortable silence
for a few moments. Every one had as
awkward kind of feeling that some
sort of apology should be made to the
haughty looking young man who was
at present helping Miss Neville to cla
et. d every one had V a. a

e than iossible.
The subject of their thoughts, how-
ever, forestalled anything of the kind.
There was something rather fine in his
appearance jast then, as-he leaned back
in his chair and threw a keen glance
first up and then down the table.
"As Mrs. Bouverie is now, I hope,
satisfied that I did not steal her ring,"
he said in a cold, clear voice that pen-
etrated to every corner of the long sa-
loon, "I will explain my reason for re-
'fusing to turn out my pockets as the
rest of you did. I possess a ring which
is the exact fao simile of that possessed
by Mrs. Bouverie, and as I had the
ring in my pocket on the evening in
question I naturally objected to its be-
ing mistaken for any other one's proper-
ty. You are all at liberty to examine'
it, if Miss Neville chooses." As he
spoke, he turned and slipped the "dou-
ble" of Mrs. Bouverie's ring on the
third finger of Joyce Neville's left
hand. The look which accompanied
the action spoke volumes.
There was a pause of intense as-
tonishment; then a babel of excited
and wondering exclamations, in the
midst of which Lord Evandale rose and
went out on deck.
The rings were identical, with one
exception-in one the initials were N.
0.; in the other, C. N.
Mrs.Bouverie looked crushed and uni-
happy, for of all things she dearly
loved a lord. There was weeping and
gnashing of teeth, too, in the cabin_q of .
the Lanoxea.-Montreal Stax. T

Government Cats.
Some three hundred and odd cats
are maintained by the United States
government, the cost of their support
being carried as a regular item on the "
accounts ot the ipostoffice depart-
ment. These cats are distributed
among about fifty postoffices, and
their duty is to keep rats and mice -


MARIT IM E L CAL DR IF T T he O nly .ar, Potter Wrecked. Flui i.la Ag, ic.ult.iist Sen:..or
iy On Wedncsday night of last week, Call has introduced a joint resolution
7 --Comic Valentines at the Pioneer Great and thoroughly rn* during the gile which swept the Gulf providing fr a survey across the
i .- Drug Store, liable building-up medicine coast, anFl sant many a smaller craft peninsular of Florida for the best
-* -"^ oD ---Call on T. C. Danford and get some nerve tonic, vitalizer an o he ute for a sal and to m e a
ofh..eDri.e r a tha nic Dridhige thesmack ary route for a ihip canal, and to make an
-Nice bread, pies and cakes, fresh B iOod giig to the Cobb Fish- estimate of the cost. An appropiat-
every day at E. P. Maxon's store ig co of Pensacola, sprang ion of $5,000 is provided for to carry
g -Try a can of Hopkins' Steamed Pu Sifl a leak and becai unmanageable off out the provision of the resolution.
Hominy (Hulled Corn.) It is delicious. U I r Crooked Island hl ablut fifteen It was referred to the committee on
-Stoves and tinware, groceries and Ir s, a ftr
S notions cheap at E. P. Maxon's cash Before the people today, and miles from-St. Andrews, and was commerce.
NoTs.-It must he remembered that the store. which stands preeminently driven ashore with-;.tch force as to
wind i not a woll rie emoti po -T. C. Danford wishes to inform the above all other medicines, i wreck the vessel, probably beyond Fron-LaOrippe.
er and if the sailors sometimes find it in- --Ty D o ss ir e
possibleto make schedule timeitmust be public that he has a supply of Russian U$ hopr of its ever being repaired;
ctargcd to the elements; they do the best Horse and Cattle Powder sufficient to everything on board except the sai ow Dr. Miles' Nervne Restored
they ca. meet all demands. everything on board except the sails How Dr. Miles' Nervine Restored
Mrs. arson fixed up another ex- a pa ill and rudder of the vessel, was carried One of Kentucky's Business
a-rl Jesseaway, and the crew cosisting of six a Men to Health.
The Jessie P. came down from cursion to the Gulf beach Tuesday on away, and the crew consisting of six
Pittsbnrg Monday, and sailed for Pen- the Buckeye, and the participants ex- It has won its hold upon the me'n, Thos. Watson, L. Lorenzo,
shcola from Brackin's wharf Tuesday pressed themselves as having a splen- hearts of the people by its Oliva Palmera, David Quitman (col.)
evening. did time. o-wn absolute intrinsic merit. and t,% others, whose names were
The Nettie sailed for Pensacola by ocohells, a delicious anwhole- It is not what we say, but not learned, barely escaped with their
some beverage, far superior when prop- d'Sarsaparilla
wa9 of the wiecked Mary Potter e epe e er tea or coffee- what Hood Sarsapa a lives and such articles of clothing as
Monday moiiring'. three pounds for 25c. at PioneerDrug does that tell the story:- they at the time had upon their per- U 1., !,
The Cleopatra sailed to the wreck Store. Try it. AS sonq. The wrecked sailors found, M
Tuesday, to overtake the Nettle and --Col. Chipley was fortunate in being u r s near theeene of the wreck, the fish- '
transfer a shipment of fish from L. a passenger upon the Campania instead Even when all other prepare. ing and trapping camp of Ja. Fox .
SWa reof the St. Paul in the recent exciting . capping camp x
Ware & Co. to northern parties. e the relent exciting nations and prescriptions fail. and son and were there given of the ". i
racein which the latter vessel was
She retuned to St. Adrews the same grounded, while upon his return trip I haveeenaffliotedforovertwenty food and provisions in camp, other- .. -'
afternoon, from Europe. years with a very sore 1Umb caused by yN 1.
S. ro bad blood. I began taking Hood' wise they mnust have suffered, if not ". ,
T HE S .'AU NCH STE -Wagoners andfish haulers can find rarsaparilla and have been getting absolutely perished fr,,m starvation. '
TE SAUN-' ISIP plenty of fislraN the time and fish roe better ever since and can truly say F iday afternoon the six sailors con-\
G 7 U L T rIT Y and oysters in their season at W. H. that it is the best medicine that I have \
ii-and U posing the crew came Lo Ft. C IT Y
G L I Shand's store, Parker, Fla.; also pleas- ever seen." ARRENA KITOHING9 posing the crew came to St. Andrews
Sure boats for those wishing to make ex- White Pond, South Carolina. to get boats and assistance to remove h e
roughly Repaired and in co DISEASE has ever presented so many
Splendid Condition cursions to the Gulf or elsewhere. H O OS the sails, almost the only remaining peculiarities as LaGrippe. No disease
Splendid Condition. -The wreck of the Mary Potter near movables from the wreck. On Mon- leaves its victims so debilitated, useless,
Cp. A. C SCULL Crooked Island was by no means an sleepless, nerveless, as LaGrippe.
ap. Exceptional one. Accounts from the Hood's Pills are tasteless, m'd, efe- day the schooner Nottie set sail for Mr. D. W. ilton, state agent of the Mut-
W. I. FENTON, Purser. tive. All druggist. the. ual Life Insurance Co., of Kentucky, says:
Atlantic coast are that the shores are the scene of the disaster, from whence "In 1889 and'90 I had two severe attacks
Mobile and Carrabelle lined with wrecks, and many sailors -Valentines to suit everyone at the she will proceed direct to Pen acola, of LaGrippe, thlast oneattackingmyner-
I bile and Carrab peri hed in the storm of last week. Pioneer Drug Store. after rendering such assistance as was despaired of. I had not slept for more
-Several gentlemen with means are -Saddles, bridles, harness and all than two months except by the use of nar-
Leave Mobile every MONDAY at visiting in St. Andrews this winter kinds of supplies for farmers can be may be possible in the premises. cotics that stupefied me, but gave me no
noon. Du uat rest. I was only conscious of intense mental
noon Dueat Some of them have, and it is quite found at T. C. Danford's as cheap as weakness, agonizing bodily pain and the
ts a likely all of them will invest to a great- the class of goods can be had for any- A New Enterprise. fact that I was hourly growing weaker.
S When in this condition, I commenced using
t. Andrews Bay* er or less extent in property here before where. Call on him when you need Mr.-Erastas Fenton, of this place, Dr. Miles' Restorative Nervine. In two days
Every TUESDAY at 4, P. M. they return to their northern homes. anything in that line. has I began to improve and in one month's time
-Rev. J. B. Miller, lately of Kinsey, -Several of the young gentlemen has for some months past bee mak- Iasred, my condition. I-have been all who
Will not Stop at. Pensacola going East, Ala., has been stationed by the M. E. are arranging to give a comedy, min- ing arrangements to embark in an cellent health since and have recommended
and will only stop going Wnest weolle, Jan. 28vee D.cW.men
and wisonly stop going Woest wen conference to take charge of the con- strel and sleight-of-hand performance enterprise which promises to be a your remedies to many of my friends."
a sufficient number of passen- Louisville, Jan. 22, 1895. D. W. HILTON.
.- -gers wish to land to justify gregations in St. Andrews andCroman- in the near future, one-half the pro- profitable one and meet a want waich Dr ile' ervi O A Restores health,
them for the delay, ton, and will preach each alternate Sun- ceeds to be devoted to side-walk im- will be appreciated by those who are *Dr. Miles' Nerve Pl- fr heumatism.
d day at either place for the ensuing year. provement in St. Andrews. There is ilesNerve for eumat
Good Pa e Acommodato. If you need a nice suit of clothes fine talent in St. Andrews, and a first- so fortunate as to take advantage of
Freight Consignments Given call on L. M. Ware & Co. and examine class entertainment is assured. the opportunity. Church Notices.
Careful Attention, the fine lot of samples of cloth they -Capt. L. M. Ware took a party of The enterprise consists in Mr. -Everybody is invited to attend the
---. have on hand and get them to order you excursionists to Crooked Island Tues- Fenton having purchased the terri- song service consisting of songs, read-
Parties desiring to reach St. Andrews a suit. This clothing is made in the day, and while the party hunted shells to covering the states of South ings, etc., at the Baptist church every
via Carrabelle take T. & G. R. latest style and guaranteed to give ontheis Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock. On Fri-
Tallahassee, connecting with boat at latest style, and guaranteed to give on theisland the captain himself visited Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, ii- day evening at 7 o'clock thereis a Sun-
Carrabelle. W. T. tWE aT, entire satisfaction. the wrecked Mary Potter, where the day evening at 7 o'clock there is a Sun-
Acting Gen'l Agent. -If you are thinking of buying prop- crew of the Nettie was removing what- sippi. Louisiana and Florida of the day School Lesson Study, to which all
PACKET SCHOON ER erty in St. Andrews or immediate vi- ever could be saved from the vessel, "erfection Manufacturing Co., of are invited.
TIE cinity, you cannot afford to purchase and would sail for Pensacola Tuesday Euglewood, Ill., for the exclusive -The Y. P. S. C. E. meets every Sab-
NETTIE until you have conferred with the pro- evening. ale of the following serviceable and bath afternoon at 3:30 o'clock at the
T. G WALTNEY - MATER. prietor of the BuOY. If you are short of -A bi/to permit the fruit growers r i Presbyterian church. All interested
Leaves St. ndrews Bay every Tuesday money and want to buy on your own of Florida to distil brandy from waste inee article A i Christian Endeavor work are.
.leaves 'Ponsaola -ever' Fr. '., ti ne for actual settlement you can be fruit has been favorably reported in the frfeciun dish was which does earnestly invited to attend.
(weather permitting). ~*i : l- ai l House oferesentatives through th a 'v with the old-faioned dishrag --eekly prayer U.:- --~ii at t
E[ atrardi N r T ghOr.l -__rent C' anil manl kes. the washing o .-f a, church .. ..:, Ti!.l-.
East and North '13y, tlne -ia".e. B. rB a- ". i' I .- ..-1t "'"' .... -, ".e', ,". ii.,tto.
points olcitier armu 1 )1.1 curch -i- T Feb. 13.i 't aiut of mar o dollar r her tihan a la occupation t ---
depend upon tcuring prompt trans- Theobjctis to get m y to finish the Florida it growers that otherwise ] i. tc!ly prayer mI t.
portation at rLeason.a 1e rates. For church and make it comfortable Ad- would go'to waste. tI lratiuns show this machine 1h .'-I li.,i: -t church every .int -
further inforrnntion apply to church and make it coiort. A sv b day night, to v Ich all are invited.
further .fo W & Co. mission 10 cents, supper 25c. Supper -The mail service between St. And- a the principle "trp i which it dh a
M Ags A will be served from 6 to 1. Valentines rws Bad Chipley has been up to jorks will appear in the Buo at no --The St Andrews Bay Horticultural
SCHOONER distributed at 9 o'clock. Remember itsold tricks during the past week-' distant day. "No Burn" frying and Improvement Association is prepar-
JE 8 8 IE P. the needy. that is, missing oftener than it hits. pans, grddles, an roasters is an- ed to clear, improve and plAnt into fruit
OAPT. WM. HOLMES. -Those persons who expect the Two or three times no mail at all has a any tract of land which may be given
Makes regular trips between Pittsburg on BoYto attend to the payment of their arrived and once, at least, the carrier other scientific achievement by means them. It will pay all persons to buy a
East Bay and Pensacola; will make reg- taxes, and are not absolutely certain came from Econfina with no mail from of which any article can be cooked, tract from them and have it improved.
'jlar landings at Cromanton and Har- that they have a credit on our books beyond thatpoint. If this state of things no matter how hot or what kind of a
son, Parker ane d bet an other point sufficient to cover the amount of their only happened once.in a while, it would fire is used, without scorching or BREAKFAST-SUPPER.
when requle beforehand to doso.oft repeat-
Passengers anld freight transported at tax, had best attend to the matter with- beborne burning the article to be cooked
reasonable rates and satisfaction guar- out delay, as it is impossible for us to ed it becomes monotorious, especially soe to
anteed. The. Peoole's Store at Pitts- advance the money to pay them, no as at least one-half of the irregularities This is a handy pan or skillet of
burg is headquarters and orders left matter how small the sum ma be might be avoided for all time by chang- several patterns lined with asbestos,
" there will receive prompt and careful matter how smailthe sum may be.
attention N. W. PTTB, Pronirietor. -No place in Florida or elsewhere ing the route via Bay Head, and down known to be indestructible by fire, GRATEFUL-COMFORTING.
CT--- = presents more or greater attractions to North Bay from that point, as the pat- and withal an inexpensive article
PROTECTION from the grip, the housekeeper than does the pictur- rons here were given to understand had
pneumonia, diphtheria, fever and esque village of Parker, on- East Bay. been done in answer toapetition to that will pay for itself every week in
epidemics is given by Hood's Sarsapa- Every dollar invested there is sure to effect, several months ago. the year in the saving of food which BOILING WATER OR MILK.
Willt. It makes PURE BLOOD. multiply many fold, and the investment Chipley Banner: Quite a crowd without its use would be burned to
A Week's Weather, can hardly be otherwise than a good of tourists passed through this week be unfit for use. BUY WALL PAPER BY
The following table shows what the one. W.H. Parker will take pleasure fort t, Andrews, Mr. L. Then he has an entirely new pro- YOU o ALAIL
temperature at St. Andrews has been inshowing anyone around, no matter Gay made one of thoe pleasant ces of maki butter from milk bT WHOLESALE PRICES.
during the past week, from observations whether you buy or not. J. Gay made one of those pleasant cess of making butter from milk, by
taken at the Buoo office each morning _-A correspondent from Missouri trips to St. Andrews this week, and which any cow's milk will produc- I gant gilts 5C. and up. Bord-
and noon; uio moll8- ers -ame low rates.Send c for
Morn. Noon asks whether "the finest shells are to picked out Wednoesday to go; only 5 three times as much pure, wholesome Samples ets ame low rath Send oide for
Thursday,........ Feli 6 53 5 be found in St. Andrews?" Very beau- inches rain fell. butter as by the old process. This Free ~ing. Wafirranted to suit or R
Friday........... 7 60 66 tiful and rare shells are sometimes is no curdling of the milk to give a money retund., d. F. H Anv. 05 Westmr
Saturday....... 8 64 68 gathered along the Gulf beach; but the S. Phicdenedce, cheesy ubstaR. I. ce, ut te DISCOUNTS TO CLUBS ANDLIBEAL aNT
Sunday.T........" 9 44 48 finest are not numerous, although many Personal .
Tuesonday. ..... 10 39 ;3 handsome collections have been secured Mrs. C. Dargue, who for ten weeks genuine butter is all taken from the PARKER'S D
Wednesadv 1- I Si 61i by parties who have been persistent had been visiting in Jacksonville, Fla., milk, leaving nothing but a residue HAIR BALSAM
-- -- hunters, and a day's hunting of shells returned on Thursday last via Chipley of water, and simply saves the butter Eromotees a luieiant growth. N

..... .ever Fail- to Restore Gray;
WEAK MEN MADE VIGOROUS. is seldom without its reward of some and BayHead to her home in St. An- that by the old process of churning r tots tflr
Srare and interesting curiosities, either drews. wa sted. M. Feton does not $ ,and 1.00at Druggists
animate or inanimate. Chipley Banner: Mr. H. G. Atwell, s wasted. Mr. Fenton does not HINDERCOR
l ak any one t take his w or The onl sure Cure for Corns. Stopsalpain reora
--Rev. L. H. Wilson, of the Presby- of Covington county, Ala., spent Mon- ask any one to take his word for to the f e.akes waug e.t rugists.
teryof Florida has been conducting a day in the city on his way to St. An- these statements, but will make pub- --
2 4. Df series of evangelistic services during drews. lie exhibitions and give undisputed Chichater'* EnglIsh Diamond Brand.
WMatEF 'S NERVIGOROrd! the past week in the Presbyterian proof of the truth of his claims by E| NNYROYA L PILLS
ea owerI Bnd Quickly. Cures when ~a a church. The services on Sunday were Don't Tobacco Spit, or Smoke oucig thiten pounds o p always reliable. LADIESG t .
wRax" ounig men gainn losnt anhood.oo producig thirteen pounds oo pure O i Druggi t for chichester's Enqiish Di-
mo ver OULhfu vipor. Absoiutely uar. of a most impressive character. The Your Life Away. d Brandit in Red an Gold metaio a
=1e eone., X an.T butter out of one hundred pounds 0of boxes, soared wiih blue ribbon. Take \y
ifeaeyigourht.asl' ions. Lostrower Sacrament of the Lord's Supper was The truthful, startling title of a book otterer. Reoutfed aneroui n l ubstatu-
,a4 Z6ct ael 0 abtusr eses and m administered at the close of the morn- about No-to-bac, the only harmless, milk, ap increase of about two hun-- insandips for particular Dru,^stimoniah and
"a' Wards off insay and5onsum A special service for guaranteed tobacco-habit cure. If youlellef for Leadiea," in letter, by return
.ie druggist Impose a worthless sunbetute ing service A special service for garantedred per cent more than by te old Mail. on Name .
er r. want to quit and can't, use "No-to-ac." per cent more than by the oldemic o.,
a r~~a~rl orlnsoen for children was held in the afternoon. In Braces up nicotinzed nerves, eliminates method. Lca DiU--a--p
aeLarri ame ineo Prapl plat i wap the evening a crowded audience lis- nicotine poisons, makes weak men gain te m t tg nd
e el l tWra ora td u tened with a rapt attention to an elo- strength, weight and vigor. Positive the most in testing nd pe
llOlAL a.l quent discourse taken from Matt. xiii. cure or money refunded. Sold at Pioneer haps the most valuable feature of WANT A
quetDrug Store. Mretnsetrrsih ii
For sale by l)r. J. J. Kleter, at the verses 47, 48, 49; the parable of the Book at druggist, or mailed free. Ad- Mr. Fenton's enterprise is the giving Situation?." ,
Pioneer )Drg Sto>re. net cast. The services will close this dress The Sterling Remedy Co., Chicago ofcomplete directions for preserving J
(Thursday) evening. office 45 Randolph St.; New York 10, fruits, vegetables, meats and even
hn e Proper iime -The Wright & Guderian Bros. gave Snruce St. liquids by what is known as the
When te most benefit is to be de- their exhibition before a very goo California Cold Preserving process. COPYRIGHTED.
rived from a good medicine, is early sized audience at WVare's Hall last NOT WHAT WE SAY but Sanmlles of prunes and cherries pre- Prof. Smthfor 1 Ye rincipal of the
in the year. This is the season when Thursday night. The young gentlemen what Hood's Sarsaparilla boes, served by this process and shown at COMMERCIAL COLLEGE OF KY. UIVERSITY
the tired body, weakened organs and gave a very creditable performance, ful- that tells the story of its merit and sue the B office by Mr. Fenton cer- arded eda ords osition
nervous system yearn for a building- ly as good, in fact, as could have been cess. Remember HOOD'S Cure had the appearance of having Bainea Edneation, etc. Coat to complete
System yearn for a ruling e m er HOODS Cur business Course about $, including tuition, books
expected of a company composed mainly ee t picked from the tees, and and board. Phonography, Typewriting and
up medicine like Hood's Sarsaparilla. of amateurs. Mr. Wright showed a the claim is made that a blindfolded as and 1 oi. o Vato.
Many wait for the open spring weath- familiarity with stage business that The Largest Mail in America. person given samples of fleshly waded our gaduates. Assianisce giey oma
er and, in fact, delay giving atten- made him at ease and at home there; CHICAGo, ILL.- [Speial.]-Post- ce fruit and tt treated by ths ave tis note andrreach tssis
tion to their physical condition so his dancing was good, and the funny master ashigton Hesing, refering i cn no attr of how long stand- BUR TH LE INTON: K
long that a long siege of sickness is incidents brought out during the even- i cn d t r f t I L IN Or
ong t ing gave the boys and girls, young and to the Chicago postoffice. in a recent other, and this alone ought to afford H E POPULAR
inevitable. To rid the system of the old something to laugh at, and every speech at the Auditorium, made the Mr. Fenton a business here in this .
impurities accumulated during the one was satisfied at the close that their following statement: "This office 'ruit-growing ceailtry which would
ceived. Miss py all f--his attention. The
winter season, to purify the blood and money's worth hadbeen received. Mis not second to, but is equal Neers of t B will ear more of V
to invigorate tl e hole stern, there Daisy Guderian presided at the piano ers of t BO will hear more of w i)
o i ore te and the pauses between acts were ap- York in its importance, in the volume terprse at different times, and PE NS ACOLA ida
is nothing equal to Hood's asal. Pla- and the pauses between acts were ap-
g eq ds apa- propriately filled with popular melodies of the same and in the number of pe -from abroad in either of the Is r
-rilla. Don't put it off, but take ,,i,,, that instrument. At the closeof registered packages. Benotastonish- static named above who are inter- the Placefor Passengers sta
3'O d. Read the tabe maie tested '..,hier of his articles to the Going to and from 't. Andrews Bay pai
Hood's Sarsaparilla now. t will do tlh'- ,,'orinanro the hall was cleared ed when I tell vou that the largest ed Aher of his artics to the Going to a ft. ndres ay
yon good. Read the to.srtmion als an,. a *.o,.lly number remained and took extent sing or taking agencies, mfhi
published in behal f Hof I iod's Sar- part in the diun,'r which followed, Profs. patron of the postoffice in the United 't Erastus Fenton, St. oo od
eaparilla, all from relillo grateful f i h a ul ai States is in Chiciago-Monngomery AndrY r v, Fla., and he will at- m ponellp lett
people. They tell the story. aud waltz. Ward & Co." tend tvishes promptly. Tril a lilJpril

Plant PEC S from the NUT Onl
Sure Bearers. Purchased Trees are not.
Plant Japan Mammoth Sweet Chesttats.
TEXAS PECOAI & SEED CO,, Fort Worth, Texa,

Florida Central and Pen!nsular
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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,m.
7 00 p.m., 6 20 pm. 7 30 am. Arrive Jacksonville 10:18 a.m., 9 40 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.,8:15 a.m.
(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 p m, 10 15 a m
(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. m
1150am. Arrive 5 46 am., 4 34 p. m.
Arrive Fairfa x. S. C., 12.36 a.m., 1 4Lm. eave 3:50 am., 2:32 a.m.
Arrive Augusta, Ga., 6:3DQ n. Leavr, -'f--p.m.,
Arrive Denmark, S. C., I: a in., 2:25 p.m. LU 5m., 1 46 p. m.
Arrive Columbia, S. C., 2 55 a.m. 4:00 p.m. Leave 1:30 a. mt .
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. Leave 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 1115 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., 2:53p.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 Coaches Jacksonville to Charlotte, on
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 p m. 8 45 Leave 6:20 "
Macon 450 2:15 a.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 West-
ern points.

To St. Louis, Chicago, Sioux City.
7 00 p.m Lv Jacksonville, Ar. 820 a.m.
6 00 a.m Atlanta Lv 1050p. m.
1200 n'n Birmingham 255p.m.
7 50 p.m Holly Springs 7 20 a. m.
7 30 a.m St. Louis 7 30 p. m.
155 p.m Chicago 135p.m.
7 30 p.m Dubuque 7 30 a. m.
7 00a.m Sioux City 800 p.m.
Th rong h Pullman Sleepers St. Louis
and Jacksonville. Sletepers th rough
between Chicago and Jackson ille with
but one change.

Missouri, Arkansas, Indan Territory.
7 00pm Lv. Jacksonville Ar. 820am
900pm Ar. Everett Lv, 6 2am
745am Atlanta "' 935pm
12(un'n Birmingham 2 50pm
10 00pm Memphis 5 2 am
915am Springfield.Mo. 610pm
500pm KansasCity 1030pm
Through sleeper Jacksonville to
Holly Spr!ngs; Holly Springs to Kan-
sas City (one change only.) -

' am Lv l'- n-ilina Ar 5 0i)|
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;r nJ l l-6 f 645 am 345r
12 .n, 1m12I '.m la ^ Slrke 4.51 am 1 ]4 p
1248 pm ]p:, pm o 4 "2 am 1 25 p
10.55 am I .I pr CG:ir.(-vil;e 7 7u Oam 1155 a
53L X '" _',- K'!v 81l5 ai
13-' am 3,ir m I .-:r. 3 37 am 1229 pi
208am 201rc, Citra 3 am 1201 p
238pm Silver S.prings "
3 05 am 2 53 pm Ocala 1 50 am 1119 ti
Homosassa 7 00 ai
425am 3 50pm Wildwood '* 11 5, pm 10 05 a&
605am 420pm Leesburg 11 10 pm 9 38 a
7 25am 447pm Tavares 10 20 pm 9 10 a
950am 615pm Orlando 700pm 7 45 a
6 50 pm Vint.-r Park t435 pm 7 20 at
520am 429pm St. Catherine 11 13 pm 932 ax
5 48 am 4 51 pm Lacoochee 10 43 pm 9 10 ai
6 07 am 5 08 pm Dade City 10 24 pm 8 49 ar
7 18am 611pm Plant City 915pm 7 48ar
830am 710pm tTampa 805pm 7 00ax

600pm 9501am Lv .ackso villo Ar 7
10 45 pm 11 56 am Ar Lake City Lv 5
1215 am 12 40 pm Live Oak 4
2 00 am 1 34 pm Madison 3
4 20 am 2 52 pm Monticello 2
5 30 am 3 37 pm Tallahassee 1
4 32 pm Quincy 12
5 15 pm River Junction 12
1100pm Pensacola 6
3 05 am Mobile 2
7 35 am New. Orleans 9
Through Pullman sleepers Jacksonville to New Orleans.

10 am
18 am
34 am
35 am
10 am
40 am
43 am
01 am
20 pm
15 pm
45 am




9 30 am
3 40 am
1 54 am
12 01 am
10 30 pm
8 30 pm
6 35 pm
5 15 pm

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Thursday, Feb. 11, 1896.

Augar, lb& Tea, lbf
Granulated.... 6%2 HeNo...... 75
Coffee,A .... 6 Gunpowder.. 80
Lt brown..... 5 Uncol'd Jap.. 50
'offee, Cond milk, 19 can
Green.. 22,@25 Unsweetn'a. 10@15
Browned..25@30 Sweetened. .10@15
linger snaps.. 10 Baking powder
crackers, soda 8/3 Royal ........ 50
tobacco, plug 30a60 Campbell. ..15a25
taisins Canned fruit
Lonon layers..15 Peaches.... 20a20
Valencia.... 121' Tomatoes. ....10al5
lice. ....... 7 Apples........ 10
apples Pears ......... 15
Evaporated.. I1t. Plums......... 25
Dried Peaches 8 Apricot ........ 25
3oal Oil prgal. ...20 Strawl berries .. 20
gasoline ..... 20 Pineapple.... 20
lorida Syrup... 50 Canned Meats
loney......... 1.00 Roast Beef.. 15a25
linegar....... 00 bhoese pr ltb....6 ir YqLrA lief 25
8k, Butter. -,~7 ~ 0 Lulter..... "h0-
'tM .... 8 Salmon.... . 15
Beans........... 6 Canned Vegetables
Cocoanut pkg... 10 Baked Beans... 15
Fiuit Pnddine... 10 Corn.......... 15
Jelly, glass.. 15a25 Peas......... 15
Lime Juice...-... 50 Pumpkin ..... 15
Eggs per doz... 15
Flour Pork
S O N .... 2,00 Mess pr lb..... 8
Favorite..,. 4.50 Bacon Sides..... 9
5orn Mealprbu 85 Fresh ....... 8al0
Pat Meal pr lb... 512 Br'kf'stBacon.. 12
rornper bu........75 Ham canvassed 14
Potatoes Shoulders..... 10
Irish........1.20 Beef
Early R'se seed 1.60 Corned......... 8
Sweet........ 50 Freh ....... 8al0
3alt, pr sack... 1.00 Dried........ 25
Table ........ Milk pr qt...... 10
Nails, per 1b...4a4 Ax,with handle. 1.00
Manilla ropel21nl5 Hoes, each....35a50
ntoves cook,. .$.e 25 Copper paint, can 50
Pipe, joint.18a20 Linseed oil, gal.. 80
Prints, per yd.. 5a8 Ginghams ..... 8a0
Sheeting .... 5a9 Flannel. ......25a50
Muslin....... 9all Thread per spool. 5
seans...... 25a2 00 .Shoes, ladies. $ a2 75
Extrapants pat 225 Men's... $140a300
Hay pr ewt.... 1.30 Oats pr bu...... 60
Bran.......... 1.25 Brick pr M......8.00
topeSisal ...10@12 Lime pr hbl...... 75
Oranges pr doz.. Pecans pr lb..... 15
Apples......... Walnuts. ....... 20
Lemons ....... 30 Almonds......... 20
In shell prl,*00 1.50 Opened prqt .. 15c
LIVE S'l'C' K.
Horses... 18Ona00 ('os ....... $15a$25
Mules.. -$100a$155 Hogs....... $3 to $4
qxen.. pr yoke $4) Sh:p... ,...... $2
C5ickenseach 15.r5 GEcese each. 4 ;50
tiarkeys .... 75al.0" Ducks....... J5,tQU
'/ GAME.
Venison pr lb 7all. Turkeys ...... .5tl .00
W?- -1 szr111

cinity attended the show at St. An-
drews on Thursday night last.
Master Eugene Boutelle was visit-
ing with relatives at Farmdale sever-
al days last week.

prepared to do any and all kind of
work. Give him a call.
Messrs. Tipton, Bevis and Chas.
Wallace went tp the country recent-
ly. Charlie decided to remain for
some time in Jackson county, and is
greatly missed by the young people
The hunting and trapping expedi-
tion composed of Jas. Fox and son
Ed, and the Marshall Brothers have
returned from St. Joseph Bay, but as
yet I haven't heard what luck they
We are sincerely sorry to heal of
tTIe launch, Nellie, being damaged in
the wester last week, both because
East Bay generally is proud of her
boats, and Mr. Croman has certainly
had more than his share of trouble,
and deserves the sympathy of every

delay, although the transaction was
regarded as ftliv consummated be-
tore he left America. The state of
affairs on his arrival in Europe
called for more time,- which, Col-

New Grcery anl Provision Store

In the Robb Building, Isabella St., West End,

Has Opened Out a CHOICE STOCK of
To be sold 0T:E A:5 EO CA.SIT O I1-J .1
And he invites the patronage of all who appipreciate GO GO GOOD and

First Judicial Circuit of Florida, Circuit
Court Washington County.
Annie C. Mixon, by her next friend,
-Wm. Adams, Complainant, vs. Wilson
Mixon, Defendant.
It being made to appear by the sworn
allegations of the bill filed in the above
case that the defendant is non-resident,
residing in the State of Alabama, it is
therefore ordered that the defendant.
Wilson Mixon, plead, answer or demur to
said bill of complainant on or by the 2d
day of March, A. D. 1896, the same being
a rule day of this honorable court, or said
bill will be taken as confessed.
This order to be published once a week
in the St. Andrews Buoy. a weekly news-
paper published weekly, at St. Andrews,
in said county, for the period of 30 days
prior to the 2d day of March. A D. 1896,
and that a copy of said order be mailed to
the defends rt addressed to him at Dothan,
Alabama, as the law prescribes.
Done and ordered, this the 27th day of
January A. D. 1896.
seal lerk of-the Circuit Court,
I-- Washington County, Fla.
W. O. BUTLER, Solicitor for Complainant.
Felruirxv 3, 1896.
notice is hereby giie% that the follow-
in r, un d .:(ltler li il ;e,- :ofherin-
tTTr T rto manike fill.l pit 1 n support of
he/claim,and that said :of will be made
before clerk of the cireu ourt at Vernon,
-.a., on April 4th, 1896, vis :
Obadiah J W. Davidson, deceased, oY
Pittaburg, Fla.
Homestead No. 19099 for the lots 2 and 3,
section 36, township 4 south, range 13
She names the following witnesses to
prove her continuous residence upon and
cultivation of said land, viz:
Emil T.Schmidt,Albert T. Collom,James
J. Fowler, William Lorenze Enzor, all of
Pittuburg Fla.
J. M. BARCO, Register.

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Before you plant, get
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for 1896. Contains more pra
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and gardeners Lban many high-
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Is now ope for guest. This is" one
of the best e uipped houses in West
Florida. Our guests are made to feel
at home. Crophanton is situated on the
South sideof St Andrews Bay, and is
within easy walk of the beach of the
Gulf of Mexico, where specimens of
rare and beautiful Sea Shells may be
found. Good hunting and fishing. A
Gass Power Launch and other boats are
at the command of guests.
W. M. CROMAN, Prop.


Of the City of St. Anrews.

Gotten up with great care by the
publisher, who has spared no pains
to prepare for the public a map of
St. Andrews as it really is. It shows





J. T, Bondurant, Proprieter.
rhe only Hotel, especially fitted up
as such in town.
Close to and in plain view of the Bay
Pr ic e s Mo derate
x.nd every attention pait to comfort
of guests.

All persons holding claims against tht
estate of Geo. Russ.ll, late of Washing-
ton county, deceased, are required to pre-
sent their claims to the undrsigned ad-
ministratrix, within twelv months from
the date hereof or they will be barred by
the statute of limitations. And all per.
sons who are indebted to tho said estatE
in'any manner are hercly requested to
come forward and settle without delay.
)ated Oct. -)d, A. D. 1895.

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price lists to Hook & Bowling. reo.Equit-
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i represent larre ,iianufactureru Wrile t4
them for prices of anything yoet wanut


Correspondence of the Bior.
Has our Biy Head coi reipoinlent,

journey had beei, satisfactory in a
business way. tie re'pled that it
had not begin entirely satisfactory,

deserted us? Let un lii-ar I(rn you, or father not intne l lately so. In


the nimtter of a la;ge land sale he Jan 1. To c

A number of people from this vi- found conditions that required some

Jan 4

On being further questioned, Col-
onel Chipley stated that the object
of his visit to Sweden was to arrange
for the bringing to Florida of a large
colony of Swedes who will settle
in Florida, purchasing large tracts
of land there. In speaking of
this matter, Colonel Chipley said:
"If I am not disappointed beyond
all human calculations, I have ar
ranged to bring over 100 families
from Sweden to Florlda next fall.
An examination has already been
made by a committee of Swedes who
came to Florida for the purpose of
investigating the country. They
were not only satisfied, but highly
If we can satisfy the first body of
families it will mean a rapid settle-
ment and cultivation of many of our
.vaste places, an important addition

Wanr '


Uncle Portis received a new lot of o el Chipley added is not unusual
leather by the Jessie P., and is now in the sales of large tracts of land.


Dry Goods,

S--o. Spenee ....... "LiDerty ..........
Brock.......... Hinsons.........
/iGainer,....... White Oak.......
I Da y.......... ...... New Honor......
.L. Charles ....... Ellis.............
l 9. ........... ..... .. .
.1 i. b | $ .

C. C. Brock ......... Harroll ..........
Miss G. Brock........ Brooks...........
J. J. Cotton,......... St. Marys.......
Mrs. K. Carkuff, ....." Prin SoBonifay..
E. E. Gwartney,...... Asst "
MiLs E. V. Miller... Cypress.,........
M. 0. Miller,......." Porter Pond....
H. Bush.............. Long Bay.....,,.
H. E. L. Buie,...... Prin Chipley.....
E. M. Lockey,....... 1st Asst Chipley..
I;, rta Daniel,........ 2d ..
J .1. W. Gainer, stove pipe for Econfina........... ....
T .. Mobley, nails for Cow Ford .....................,,
J. 1). Parish. ..... salary as teacher at Fairfield.. ....
I-., .ina Jenkins.;.., New Era. ......
T. J. Roulhac...... 1" Sand Hill ......
Molie Roulhac...... Oak Hill (col)....
F. R. Payne, ....... Parker..........
Louie Tiller......... New Harmony...
G. B. Bush, chm this board one day......... ..............
Jas. L. Miller member this board one day.................
D. G. Nixon .............
W. C. Lockey salary as superintendent... ................
R. C. Home, commissions as treasurer ...................
To amount overdrawn..........................$852 11

The postoffice was removed to the to our material prosperity, being
old store building on Monday, where necessarily ac increase in our tax-
everything is neatly and conveniently paying population to aid in support-
arranged, both for the postmaster ing the expenses of state and county

and the public. It seems quite like
old times. Then Uncle Portis has
his shoe mending department ar-
ranged in the back part of the store,
and will be found as ever genial and
rettdy to mend your shoes as of yore.

Corresoondence of the Buoy.
Messrs. Guderian and Van


have been at work blazing out the
route to the river.
Our Wewahitchka mail carrier
was detained one day on account of
bad weather.

This is one of the most important
moves made in the colonization of
Florida by the thrittiest and most
desirable of all the European nation-

House Will Deteat the Senate
Silver Bill.
The house ways and means com-
mittee by a vote of 11 to 3 refused
February 4, to co.icur in the Senate
free silver substitute bond bill.

After the motion to concur was de-
feated it was agreed to take the bill
up to the H,,use as soon as the dis-

Capt. Hand and H. C. Witerill trict appropriation bill had been di-

came up in the Buckeye Saturday,
I see in the Buoy that there is a
move to build a telephone line frowi
St. Andrews to Chipley. Now don't
you think that it would b, better for
thp whole bay to run a jlie from St.
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Pompano pr lb.. 6 Por ',.ti:. lu.0 i
Sturgeon..... 10 Slacketal ... d. t)
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Sap ... 12,00
Drop siding,
Heart face ~ut 15.00
$ap 12.00
*iBuff luber.. 8Ol12
Heart shngles, 2 50
Sap 1.50

Ce ling.
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Face ... 14.00
Sap ... 12.00
i Fi-'nialillg lum-
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Lath, m.... 2.00
Boat lumber,

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Ihve n telephone office atIeach post-
office, than it would to'.run it up
over the sand hills to Chipley. We

have money enough subscribed and

nearly enough collected, to build
twenty miles of the line to connect
Farmdale with a telegraph office at
the river; so there will only be about
twenty-five miles more to reach St.
Andrews, with half the cost that it
will take to run a line to Chipley. tIt
seems to me that every man on the
bay ought to work together in all
public enterprises. If we don't work
together there is small prospect of
accomplishing anything, for you
know that has been tried. Now if
the people of this bay will stick to-
gether and work together we can
soon have a telephone line and a
steam mail service from one end of
the bay to the other. Let us all work
for St. Andiews Ba3, and not for
any one place; let every place adver-
tise itself. When strangers come to
your place and are not satisfied, try
and get them to take a trip up or
down the bay, and they will prob-
ably find a place that will suit them.
Try your best to get them settled
somewhere on St. Andrews Bay.


One Hundred Swedish Families
to Locate in West Florida.
Citizen Special.
WAsHINGTON, D. C., Jan. 29.-
State Senator W. D. Chipley of Pen-
sacola is in Washington for a day or
two on business, stopping here en
route to his home after a visit to
Sweden, where he journeyed recent-
ly on affairs of important business.
At the Riggs House to-night he en-
tertained as his guests at dinner
Representative Sparkman, W. Nay-
lor Thompson of Fernandina, and J.
Ed. O'Brien of Pensacola. During
the evening Dr. Hawkins and a
number of other Floridians called
upon Colonel Chipley, and the Riggs
became for the time being a small
Florida colony. Colonel Chipley's
account of his trip is most interest-
ing. He was aboard the Campania
in the race into port between that
steamer and the St. Paul which ter-

minatod in the beaching of the lat-

ter. He describes the incident as
very interesting.
Knowing that Colonel Chipley's
visit abroad was of general interest,
your correspondent- asked if the

posed ot. The debate on the measure
will probably be limited to two days.
The senate bill will be defeated.

The Kentucky Deadlock.
The deadlock the Kentucky
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one, and the outlook now is that new
material must be brought into. the

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-Commercial, legal, and plain or
printed stationery at the BuoY office.

Notice to Tax Payers.
We have, for the accommodation
of the tax payers, decided to make
our round together, and we will be at
the following Precincts on the days
and dates mentioned below, for the
purpose of collecting taxes for the
year 1895, and assessing taxes for the
year 1896.
Parker, Wednesday Feb. 19th.
St. Andrews, Thursday and Fri-
day, Feb. 20 and 21.
Grassy Point, Saturday Feb. 22.
Nixon, Monday Feb. 21.
Econfina, Tuesday Feb. 25.
Green Head, Wednesday Feb. 26.
Pt. Washington, Friday Feb. 28.
Miller's Ferry, Monda.3 March 2.
Vernon, Tuesday March 3.
Poplar Head, Wednesday March 4.
Chipley, Thursday and Saturday
March 5 and 7.
Caryville, Friday March 6.
Davis' Mill, Monday March 9.
West Bay. Fiiav March 13.
Tax Collector
Tax Assessor
This is my last round. All taxes
will be delinquent after April 1st.
A. Q. JONES, Tax Collector.


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feit. New articles just
oul. A $1.50 sample and terms free. Try
us. CHIDESTIa & SON, 28 Bond st., N. Y.

pom Paid. For What Issued.
t.............. salary as teacher at Panama,.......
arvin,......... Reddicks......
Thompson, rent at St. Andrews..................
Miller........salary as teacher at Green Head.....


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/January 31, 1896.

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December 30. 1895.
Notice is hereby given that the follow-
ing named settler has filed notice of his
intention to make final proof in support of
his claim, and that said proof will be made
before the clerk of the circuit court, at
Veruon, Fla.. on Feb. 22tb, 1896, viz:
John B. Sebates, of Baxter, Fla., home-
stead No. 19100, for the ni of nel, ne0 of
nwj, fractional w of nw (or ni of lots 1,
2 and 3, and lot 4 of section 18, township
5 south, range 12 west.)
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end give entire.qatisfa-et~i .
cut and delivered atreasonable rates.
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reele's Landry.

Shirts Made to Order.
Violins, Etc., Repaired,
St.. Anrews Bay, Fla.

prove his continuous residence upon and Fxtending eastward from Dyer's
cultivation of said land, viz: Point taking in the Old Town site of
Jonathan L. Dowling, of Wetappo, Fla.,
James Donaldson, of Parker, Fla., Lewis St. Andrews, and gives location of
Davis, of Baxter,-Fla., Frederick Ruser, of public business places, private resi-
Baxter, Fla. dences, docks, etc., also every lot in
J. M. BAo, Register each block and the adjoining addi-
tion to the Cincinnati Company's
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. land, with a full description of the
January 13th, 1896. The Map will show owners of lots
Notice is hereby given that the following he iy jst where he re lo
named settler has filed notice of his in- in the city jst where they are lo-
tention to make final proof in support of cated, and is of value to those think-
his claim, and that said proof will be ing of buying property.
made before clerk of the ci cuit court at Size of Map 30x50 Inches.
Blountstown, Fla.. on March 14, 1896, viz: The BUOY wil send this map to any
Thomas J. B. Mauger, of Cromanton,
Fla., homestead 20830, for the s of seo4 address on the receipt of
and s4 of swY see, 35, township 4 south, O N E D O L L A R
range 14 west. N LLA
He names the following witnesses to Or givers as a premium for 5 yearly
prove his continuous residence upon and cash subscriptions.
cultivation of said land, viz:
Frank Hoskins, H. M. Spicer, J. R GATEFU -COMFORTING.
Dove, Isaac Butler, all of Cromanton, Fla. GRATEFU COMFORTING.
J. M. BARCO, Register.
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ESTABLISHED IN 1856. A Confederate Memorial Hall. within its sacred portals sufficient and can at once supply them with sub- D0 You Want
HEADQUARTERS UNITED COiFEDERATE VET- conspicuous space l1 be reserved for scription books and full instructions,
P 0 ?ERANS, NEw OaRLANs,La.,Dec 7,'95. the names and fa of the "Heroines and respectfully requests that they S I E
General Orders No. 155. of the South." will commence without delay the col-
EACH WD UE The progress made by the able ind As yet, on adering troubad- election of funds for the erection of OR A
distinguished committee appointed in ours, like th of th, middle this depository of the records of the
SGteneral Orders Nos. 145 and 149 age, journey castle to castle, valor of southern manhood and the
be 3 11M-19 from these headquarters to examine have very fa ung their praise; heroism of southern womanhood, and
The proprietor of these well-known and long established Nurseries, offers mitted by the great philanthropist which cluster wii halo of love and maki lg the "Memorial Festival
o the planting public a large and well-grown stock of and benefactor, Charles Broadway veneration aroun ni living and Day," May 1, 1896, the culmination IF S
Rouss, for the establishment of a dead demands that theit names and ot their efforts. Secure one or More Good Residence or
Ppl, Pear, Peac, Plm, APricot, Nectarine, Mnlberr grand Memorial Hall, where Confed- the store of their glo& be gathered The money raised by each society
rate relics and mementoes are to be ere too late, and at some Master, and in each locality must be deposit-
deposited for all time, and which is whose pen is inspired with celestial ed in Pome good bank or other safe
GRAPE VINES, O'-l- ~-:i R P E.TI TIT EES to become the "Battle Abbey" of the fire, and whr.se touch is mellowed depository, to the erder of the Unit- Fi cr Fr Tr
STRAWBERRY, South, must be very gratifying to and hallowed by the richness and ed Confederate Veterans for the use
RASPBERRY the old veterans and to all those who grandeur of the theme, shall mingle of the Confederate Memorial Associ-
BLACKBERRY PLANTS. love the traditions of the south and and blend thets with their glorious action, to remain until called for by
Also a choice selection of open ground who cherish the memories of the achievements into a Southern Epic, proper authority.
ROSEn, EVER~aREENSc AND: SIRUBBERY. courage and heroism of her sons, and glowing with tributes of their unri- In the meantime, each society or -o- --. :--
Stock hote grown and adapted to the climate. Send for Catalogue. Address lel dei n of er obl
A.Stok ho grown and adapted to the climate. CGLES, Peachwoo d Nurseri es the unparalleled devotion of her noble called history, to be deposited in this locality, where money is raised, will Bein a PRATICAL am prepared t
State Line, Mis and self-sacrificing women. sanctuary of southern valor, report the amount collected to Col- A
This splendid committee has now In this Temple of Fame,.which is onel R. C. Wood general manager SURVEY S, M APS AND CH
successfully launched the grand enter- to be consecrated to all the people of of the Confederate Memorial Associ- On the SlorteI P~4- !~ -'ie.
no S T A M D R E W -B A praise, and through their action and the coming centuries, in a niche which action, No. 44 Perdido street. New
The A that of the sub-committees, have will be carved out by the story of Orleans, La., so that an idea can be Assessment an Payment
formulated a mode of procedure their own wonderous deeds and glory, formed of the total amount thus se- Will be Given Prompt, Personal Attention.
U which, if energetically carried out, fame of the "Heroines of the South," cured. CALLON
cannot fail of success. a name, which will ever be linked in The general Commanding requests H P rke
l lor lictl r l II l Uollt It will be remembered that the history with those of "Roman Mat- the old veterans composing the 721 eal Estate De
generous and large-hearted donor, ron" and "Spartan Mother." For United Confederate Ve-eran Camps P
A M s o ci a tctio n- q Mr. Charl2s Broadway Rouss, who did not every southern mother, like of this Association to render all the
J- alone conceived this project for the the "Roman Matron" proudly ex- assistance possible to the ladies en-
perpetuation of the history and glory claim: "These are my jewels?" and gaged in this holy cause. L. M. WARE JNO. R.
Sof his countrymen, presented a plan did not their fortitude and heroism The General Commanding also re-
O G ANT JAN tUARY. 1892. for its consummation to the veterans rise to even supreme heights? For quests that every newspaper through-
ORGANTZI IP JANUA SRY. 9, A1 92. at the Houston reunion, at the same they sent their offspiing bravely and out the south and elsewhere, favor-
time subscribing $100,000 as his in- loyally to battle for their country, and able to this grand historic enterprise,
The purposeof this Association is to Improve the Country adjacent to St dividual subscription to assist in car- with the "Spartan Mother's" death- will publish this order and with edi-
Andrews Bay and to trying out his grand views and ideas, less injunction: "Return with your trial comment give it the widest
Develop its Resources as a Fruit-Growing Country. conditioned upon the veterans raising shield, or on it." publicity.
Tu accomplish this the Association proposes to Sell Lands in tractsof Two- a like amount. It is to the survivors of thee illus- By order of J. B. GORDON,
and-a-lalf and FiveAcres to such parties only as will improve them by the To raise this $100.000 additional trious women aRd to their descend- General Commanding.
Erection of Houses. Fences and such Permanent Improvements as will enbance the and enough more to endow and insure ants, to whomrthe General Command- GEo. MOORMAN,
oPlant s them out in Trees, Plants ano Vines the perpetuation of the institution, is ing, therefore, confidently intrusts Adjutant Gen'l and Chief of Staff. DE L I
St o i T P a the problem which now occupies the this important mission of assi ting [Official.] DRY GOODS
To the end that in the shortest practicable time every such tract shall be a attention and efforts of tLe commit- in this holy undertaking.
Source of Revenue to its Owner. tee. The General Commanding appeals GROCERIES
AS TO RELIABILITY OF THE ASSOCIATION It is believed that one-half of the to and urges these heroic women, sur- Oll T0 .nc'p In 1, 0 0 DWA0RE
The first question which will naturally be asked will be: "Is this Asso- amount required will be rained vivors of a heroic age, and all the "A dollar saved a a dollar earned." 0
ciation reliable"? And the answer to it is: Any person employing th Association through the subscription of the more daughters ol the south who take to3aBootdelvere fanywherea it BUILD ES' SUP
to make improvements may deposit an approximate payment of the estimated cost of hn r tn er s l frceipoaah, money order,
the same with any responsible business man or firm doing business on the Bay or in than 50,000 members of the U. C. V. pride in the history of such wothvy r es Nothe for i ha dlery, l
Bank at their own home to be paid over only when the Association shall satisfacto- Association, and which will entitle and gloriousancesors to imnnediti te- od in all retail tore for dl y,
rily show that the improvements have been made according to agreement. gloiouanc to im te$2.60. We make this boot
The Association will not only improve and plant, but watch and care for them to certificates showing their ly, upon the receipt of this order, on r e aer- --- -o-o-o-o-
all property entrusted to its keeping,guarding against forest fires, dishonest pilferers contributions, thus giving each con- organize societies and elect presi- will refund nthe nmoneyA
for damages from any cause possible to be prevented. tributor an interest in this glorious deta, secretaries, treasurer and other orend another pair. pera
From a careful estimate of the probable expense and income of a fruit en ise w n, tCommon Sense,
plantation in the St. Andrews Bay country a few figures are given: enterprise whichis so near and so officer ry cit, town, Ilult t o
Price of ana per acre, say $25 to $50; cost of clearing, say $20;. ost of planting fst dear to the heart of every veteran- and neii borhood in the south, andt Sd "our iI;
year, say $30; cost of cultivation each year thereafter, $20 and it i cosid to be 'ure ao,. it
- It is not extravagant to estimate that a 1-acre vineyard will on the third nd it is c dr to be sure and to noti colonel R. C. W oo, gen.er- .. .
the same, while figs should do even better than that. Then, though perhaps a little half or balance, whatever may be re- oral location, NS. 44EPernido IE O t ST.
ye sarme, pro prul ed, whiieds$i00worth o ffruit, Jaand of pe achs narly o qiT e
longer, some of them, in coming into profita'ole bearing may be named pears, apricots, ai ed,.will be raised by the noble tre w O 'leai u, N o. i lt he ..."oS.. *4 a
nectarines, plums, prunes, mulberries, olives, Japan persimmons almonds, English quired,zwill be raised by the noble street, New Orleans, La., to that he $fral terms to ealers.
walnuts, Japai chestnuts, pecans, and .many other varieties of fruits and nuts. which women of the Sduth.
are almost certain to flourish here; while oranges and citrus fruits, though not con-- -- -
eidered certain yieldlarge returns oftener than they miss. The committee suggests that the
The Secretary of the Assodiation will give particular attention to an- most feasible manner of reaching the
awering letters of inquiry, and the Buor will in its answers to correspondents an- desie obet is to set apart a "Mem-
swer all questions asked it. desired object is to set apart a "Mem-
R E E M B E R, the Association Lands will be sold on Easy orial Festival Day." and they ask
Terms of Payment; but improvements must be paid for as satisfactory proof is given that the General Commanding will
that the work has been performed. CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED.
Address R. E. HOWARD, Sec. designate the date, and issue a general Pittsburor - FLA.
Harrison, Fla. order. IS NO LONGER AN EXPERIMENT !! T IPKINS t tO
1.............-- r I -,I,,. .."' The General Commanding, there- N W. PiTTS, PROPRI ETO. MPKNS C .
IN$1800.00 -Solentio Americ fore, in compliance with request of K n e i bu lliEtl ARE R EARED TO F URNISH
AWAY .0T N Ak holNentifoAmeri tle committee, designates Friday, ARE PREPARED TO FURNISH
GIVEN AWAY TO.INVENTORS.. Ageny for May 1, 1896, as the most suitable for Knowing the wants of the community, buys itelligently and
-May 1, 196, as the most suitable forRu a d Dressed Lu b r of All
plaStoluhaor emrt moone p.duin g a "Memoria: Festival Day," to beset e R ugh and Dressed Lr of All
We uebeutl taforoure ents, apart for the use of the women of the If you live near the Bay Come in a Boat; if back in the Country, Come on
South in raising funds for this great to o n
iS fhsir ids. At te inraing funds for this great Horseback; if you have no Horse, brrow your Neighbor' Ox and Cart. THE PATRONACE OF THE PUBLIC SO1
wuto Imir upon ta public the fact that g CAVgAT3, Memorial Hall. COME ANY WAY and load in your
THAT YIELD FORTUNES, Io PrRra J, All the details and exetercises o thi And let me prove to you that
a as the "r-wndow" which can be easily sid up noraton nd free handbook write to emral Fetal Da" are t be YO SAVE Y IE-
mad down withoU brealkg the passenger' backl Oldest bureau or securing patentsin icAmer.L pWlanned, conducted and carried out Fine ater-Fr ont and Other Lands for Sale n
"rmwu a," "oldar-hutton," "nuntlock," "bottle. avery patent taken out by us is brought before
fa 1 ud;andatthosuadotherlittle tinah that most tepublicbyanoticegivenfeeofchagola e eat'recy" under the orders, control *fl IIU J UUUU V
" ior. Try tto thie ofttsomethint to na ideas and management of the women.
IT IS NOT SO HARD AS IT SEEMS. rest circulation of any scientific paper In the of the south in their respective locl- |H
lPtata ksL outthron uhretivespecial noticea man should be without It cities.
ir" N~onl Recorfder,' published at Washington, ear; $1.50 six months. Address, MU&NN & CO,
sthei erEs i su Ivetors Wefuihy ucur*b For, in whose hands conld this ON EA ST ST ANDREW S
*ipda to tijoul, free of co to clients. sacred trust more properly be placed,. AR S
We o Bdverde,6ee of cost,the invention each month piopery ace, -*

wr f Inh vim ow o ris, d hundreds of hodusands18 Z t = V and with more certainty of success, s o ic
Nof d "dtonal Recorder," containing a r ae a.
aatl roeinrand a dption ofhis invention, 10 0 0 thai into those of the gentle women s 1i c ao0 h 1i
t. .l= nhus bringing to their $1 f e e f l i an F0 furnish RougAh Lun
Alls nreurdd tricdty confidential. V Aed or fa "iled in the performance FOR BUILDING PURPOSES, FENCING, ETC., ON SH
MdAd s .. : Given Away Havinf Purased the Stock of Goods in the Store at
JOHN WEDDERBURN & CO., any duty, either in war or in peace, Having Purchased the Stock o ood i te Stoe at should vou not find what you want on the yard;
Slhlctosol Amerle and Fomn Patents, Every Mouth l g imposed upon them for the southern- order, whih shall have
618 F Street, N.W., a s M
Bo 385. Washington, D. C. to the person submitting the PRO PT ATTENTION.
SR(*ffw--sdo(ft l ajaf. weiteoamr most meritorious ivtvelotionu f DEA DERICK,
Pja v e, R. durin the recedlng month. Their spirit and determination I am Ma'kiig Constant Addintions Tileieto and Propose to . A
___- FLOR INVENTORS, and they mni mated the men of the south.at the ATF. -C E D
-I object of this Offer Is tO en- of I
eCurage persons ofa u invent- to(_retn-3 of the first conflict; they were AT
l k.d em ivea tu- Eot mind. At thee*ES
sthame time we wish to impress the most constant and unremitting E E [ I S t
ADIES' FAVORITE. It's the Simple, n patrons and workers during thei- t O E
A&V I fl .MUa,"nd pwrbwt1r SAFE. Te aa a c country's mighty struggle, and the
,nai s tr i tP Tr vPitios last to aband aon the sacred caime At the Lowest Living Margin of Proft. COMMERCE STREET, ONE BLOCK FROM
t aKmw 1u f s Te^ Snd 4 O nta a T t Y I ield Fortunes .after southern hosta vanished behind elBrr
Mi.UIMSMY& .Ota NE.11 th8LSI.So, M. -such as De Long's Hook a. the clouds at Appomattox. Tr rtmr like and C0lrt l.
and -Eye t ry ster Alle anti Courtaosty.
"Safety PIn," "Pigs in Clo- The true history of their deeds andAn-TotEu
Teo olit eoFriCr ver" Air Brake," etc. Call h t h fds and Se
T e old a ol Seoh Fruit Cure. t eey oe onscelves triumphs has not et een td Call and See My Coods and Cet My Prices. F a f ar n ee
No oioah ytrt ti8al use? YOUR talents may oAI
li e 822 ]Pine ASt1, olie rn this direction. WMay n story, nor muse sung the song, nor DR. W. G. MITCHELL, PROPRIET
$*, Saldrl m ahr 6 toy1x iymake your fortune. WhyW, notCHELL, PROPRET
C t. LoBis, Mot S rit orurther in formation and "i"trel strng the lyre, which filty P A R K E R, FL A. Offers His Professional Services to the Citizens of St.
l Ce'V al or Write. ; mention this paper. celebrates their praise. Surrounding Country.
el ea d ui nlal t health. a TE PRESS GLfIMS 60.a The straits to which they were r- May be (und at bis residence on Buenna Vista avenue at ni
-. a Philip W. Avirett, ea. Mgr,, duced for food and cdo thing, the self- Our Clubbing List. CAPT, SCHELENGER
a 618 F Street, Northwest, abuegation and hard3hips endure.i ui
& e T III o ouet W oASHINoTON, D. C. 6 The BUO has made very liberal club- BOadig HO
mtrFREE TRI aknesand as iPhe responsibility of this company tIing arrattngements with a few of the very -. TU
F bdEE N by them d uriIII r da, a ngrand WrightH o
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a"d W MIII mt orw #o* 12 cenlt Istock is held by over one thousand If you need FURNIrURE of any kind, call on
"R tul r&BLJia, of the leading newspapers in the, in history; their patriotism and cor- he p ca send for a whole year Streets One Block West of If need on
0 "S1kttSettt age will be written in golden letters eiNION DE'OT
W Tupon the tablets of time, ineffaceable 1 heFlorida Citizen,weeklv, for. .$1 65
WANTED. upon the tablets time, inefface FabieF r and Fruit Grower" ... 2 55 Pensacola - Fla.
..s ^iv l"l'^fd A oiat b while memory lasts, and, as ministur- 0eac 64S .
..,ioraltrustwortby gentlemen or ladies C.ANCErR. wi 'aaFi, iid griculturist ,, ..2 5B5
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liable house. Salary $780 and expenses. orit. C/o'4 B S the pages of poetry and in romance Farm Jou al, Philad'?, monthly 1 10 B 0 AR. I N'-
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self-addremsed stamped envelope. The 8 large ege each iBsne ..... 1 65 F I n'
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