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: December 16, 1897
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Saint Andrews (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Washington County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Washington -- Saint Andrews
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General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 27 (Sept. 28, 1893).
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Volume ID: VID00185
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S, ANDREWS BAY,

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VOL. VII,


ST. ANDREWS BAY, FLA., DEC.. 16, 1897.


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SOFICIAL DIRECTORY,

UNITED STATES.
,,-*s- Ion. Sam'l Pasco, Monticello,
-; It. Mallory, Pens aeola,
'', *i,-e%:'-ives-1st District, S.M. Spark-
"n.i, T' inpi; *d District, R. W.
.-i *. ..-iiegister. J M. BarcoQ
i'r-N )i Wainwright,Gainesville
STATE.
I,or-W. D. Bloxham; Secretary of
S.,. ,' L. jrawford; treasurer J. B.
Si .; ,.: Allrrnev General Wm. B. La-
...irroller, W H Reynolds; St.-
I. f I'ullic Instruetioli, W .
..tt.-; -0jninmmissioner of Agricul-
nrt', L. s. Wombwell; Adjatant Ge -
e.rNl, Patrick Houston. Tallahassee.
U S. SENATOR.
P't-S. R. Mallory. Pensacola;
t., alntinel PasHco Monticello.
7i I V, N i'i S NATOrP.
.ti.i iistri.i t- J. 4. Clarke, We-.

',-AII.'JrroN COUNTY.
," R. .I ili, p *viill;on
.-111 vk ;wck, Itlecorler
S ,. .. L.ias itte.', Verlion;
.. Ai i, Ciipley; ''reasurer,
S. liiiiley; Tax (ollevtor. A.
ilt', rlioTila; Tax Assessor, Wi
Sliner, con6iina; Superinltendent
;ai.i ullstructioni, W. L,. Locky;
Sii 'nrveyor, Thos. Collins, Ohip-

Sr. ANDREIWH.
I: n the Peace. W. I. Singleterry;
olnary I'ublic, Deputy Circuit Court
ierk. W. A. Euiniolis: School Super-
visor, It. F. Brat.kin Post Master,Dr.
W. G Mitchell.
HARRISON.
i ostmistress, Mrs. M. B. Jenks.
PARKER
.,,t!inister and Notary Public, W .i.'
Parker. P c.
PITSBURC.
ostl distress, Mrs Hassell-org.
A ''EB3SJ o -
P Postmaster, S. W. Aoderson m
AY ,r -
Postmaster, Mrs. R.Gay.
BAr HBAD.
Postmaster, Martin Post.
FARMDALE.
Postmaste W. F. Woodford.
WETAPHO.
4 Postmistress, Mrs. Dyer.
WEsT BAY, /
Postmaster, P.N. Hutchinson.
OA LHOu CouNTY-CROMANTON.
4olaries, E. Mosher, Frank Hoskins,
Postmaster, W. M. Croman; Coun
ty Commissioner, H. M. Spicer
Devutv Clerk of Courts. S. T. Walklev

RELIGIOUS.
Methodist-Church cor. Washington ave
and Chest nut st-Rev. W. M. Croman,
pastor. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30
g.ra4. ,-tvry al.eriiilte Sunday.
Y,. i.C. E.-Prayer meeting at the
Presbyterian church every Sunday after
moon at 3:30 o'clock. All are invited.
Baptist-Church, corner of Wyoming
aven'it and Cincinna i street. Church
conferer -; : turday before first Sunday
at 4 p. m. Sunday school every Sunday at
9:30 ia. m. Preaching second and fourth
Sunday in each month. Rev. J. P. Smith,
pastor
Presbyterian-Church corner Loraine
avenue and Drake street.
Jatholic-Church corner Wyoming ave-
mme and Foster street


THE MAILS.
The northern mail, via Anderson, Gay,
Bayhead and Chipley departs every daa
except Sunday at 3:00 o'clock; a. m.,
arrives every day except Sunaay l
7:40 p. m. I.--,
gast Bay mail for Harrison, Crom to
Parker, Farmdale and Wetappo, lebes
St. Andrews going east every nfor ng
at 6 o'clock and leaving Wet ap at
1 o'clock, arrives, coming west every
evening at 7 o clock.
ST. ANDREWS BAY, CHIPLEY &
VERNON TELEPHONE CO.
(Incorporated Nov. 7, 1886.)
SCHEDULE OF RATES:-For each five
minutes, or fraction thereof, use of
Phone:
Between St. Andrews-Bay>& e syr.-rT0c
is _" Bayhead 15c
is ", Chipley. 25c
Chipley & Bayhead........ 15c
I* Gay............. 20c
Bayhead &Gay............ 5c
For transmission by telegraph 10c.
extra, not including telegraphic service.
A. J. GAY, Gen'l Mgr.

Parker Lodge No. 142
A-* -& JA- *.M:
Regular Communi-
kT cationsns on Saturday.
on or before each full
moon.
Visiting Brothers
FRATERNALLY INVITED.
W. H. PARKER W. M.
W. A. EMMoNs. Secretary.


BUSINESS DIRECTORY,
W. A. EMMONS,
Deputy Circuit Court Clerk and No-
tary Public for the State at Large; has
jurisdiction, to administer oaths, take
afficavits, legalize acknowledgments,
etc., anywhere in Florida. Special at-
tention given to land conveyances and
to marriage services, and license issued
to lawfully qualified parties. Office at
the BUOY Office, St. Andrews Bay.

DR. J. J. KESTER,
Homeopathic Physician and Ac-
coucher. Office Pioneer Drug Store,
corner of Shell avenue and Michi-
gan street,
St. Andrews -. Florida

DR. W. 0. MITCHELL,
Physician and Druggist, Postoffide Block,
SOffers his professional services to the
citizens of St. Andrews and' vicinity.
Residence on Buena Vista avenue.
C. H. CRIPPEN,
Notary Public.
Will attend promptly to all business de-
manding his attention. Office on Ray-
view street, one block northeast of T
C Dauford's stove


PUBLISHED 'V6RY THURSDAY
One lellar a YTk in Advance.

WILLIAM A. EMMONS
Pop-prlet o.
'Display ad-rates 50c per inch per'ifonth
Position and extraordinary condition
rates subject to social agreement.


Thc Son,.,
Pali Mat
There is a garden eet with rose and
pik,
Where honeysuckle grows and vir-
gin's bower,
Soft turfed and shelving to the river's
brink,
And in that garden grows my heart's
white flower.
She moves aboulke a living rose,
And frm boat as I come up the
stream
I see, 'mid all the flowers her ga.'den
grows,
The living lily of her garments gleam.
At night I walk bdeside the darkening

Where the drowned starsPamong tbhe
lillies stir,
See her bright 0i ow on the farther"
side,.,'.
An the happy roo that shel
"ers her. < A \
..d Ohe I touch that fair, enchants e
land,
Among the -oses in the sunlit noon,
She comes to me and takes me by the
hand,
And li sweet song, and love-true
love-the tune!
--'-' *** ------ "-
'THE editors of the republican pa-
pers in Chicago are quarreling among
themselves-pver the currency question,
each one asa nming that the other does
not know *i gh about national fini
auce to wTarrant an intelligent opinion
upon thil subject. In the midst of all,
however, there seems to be a ge.aeral
desire for such legislation by congress
as will put the currency of the coun-
try upon a basis which will reinler
imposbiblo a repetition f thle troubles
of the past two or three years.
SSoMru ou ie re'jiblican eldiois are
already exprestiungthe belief that ad-
ditional revenue Iislatiou will be


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above cut,the readers of the BUOY are shown its home on the eas
-mh. ing "Beautiful St. Andrews Bay." In the contracted quar
n by the perpendicular siding, back to and including the first window
"iheIflight, the BUOY first saw the light of day on the 2d day of April, 1891
then rented quarters, Wnm-. A. Emmons and E. J. Lynch being the projectors c
-the enterprise. But it was up-hill work, to expect a town of the size of St. An
drew, really not large enough to furnish one paper a living, to expect it to sup
port two, there being already one newspaper which had been in existence for
something like three years. During the first year there were many discour
kagements to contend with, but hope of ultimate success never forsook the press
ent proprietor. However, after a year of struggling it was painfully evident
that two families could not possibly exist upon the proceeds of the paper, and
r Lynch decided to try his .fortunes elsewhere Here was a dilemma--th
seni member of the firm had exhausted what little funds he possessed in corn
from Iowa to Florida and in making a partial payment upon the outfit, and
co d not possibly command the means with which to pay Mr. Lynch what he
ha vested in the. plant; who decided to pull out and left the present pro
prior to struggle along as best he might. Another year went by and but little
cha e for the better could be noted. A third year was well-nigh spent and tlh
Bui contemporary decided to abandon the field and moved with his paper to
Pen la. The fourth year showed a marked improvement in business and en
able e proprietor to purchase Mr. Lynch's -interest, pay him a good fail
profit on is investment, and'to pay all *the debts against the plant as well as
personal debts, which it had been found impossible to meet at an earlier day
and always having an abiding faith that there was a bright future for St. An
drews Bay, considerable real estate was also purchased and paid for. Business
the fitth year was even better than the fourth, and then the proprietor deci-ed
that the BuoY should own its home, and accordingly purchased the building
and large lot upon which it stood,and in the meantime he hadtaken active steps
toward the establishment of a telephone service between St. Andrews Bay and
C lpley. That important addition to the welfare of St. Andrews huvi L bren
,uled ;L I)rinuipai'ofice neoudu a location and was aecidle that thFA uoY
office would be an appropriate place for its home; so it was decided to enlarge
the building to almost double what its dimensions then were and to fit up a nice
roomy office in the southea t corner for the use of the telephone, and to devote
the rest of the addition to che enlargement of the printing office,, which from the
frequent additions of new material had become seriously hampered for room.
So i- our home-really the most desirable business .location in all St. An.
pon the corner commerce street and Bayview avenue
tely facing one of the most charming bodies of: water in the
here the latch-string is always out and a cordial invitation extend -
no to come and see us and makethemselvesat home.
iness the past year has not been as encouraging as could have been
t should it revive sufficient to warrai the outlay, still more import
nts than any yet made are in contemplation and will be perfected.


watch informs the BUOY
vislt St. Andrews
unch, instead of the
eers and sleigh, next
ood children, young and
for his coming that way.

er decline in the price of-
apparently expected by the
'ho study these matters. The
neitersf. the country, in a


will prevent -19aw rn,
will pdaeve ain. l ing, called attention to
upon thle e goI t in case btainled for fu-
'-toin bl 7 if" the jast ~ terially lower than
two or three years,- bt the (tct that indicating a
-s. otation!s," Ftihus indicating a
the silvv.r elemeentflds the whip r lief among those following
handle in the-senate nd will proba- the eccentricities of the silver mar-
bly demand the inserti n of free coin- ket thtl'a-ihe white metal is to be
age legislation in as measure re- lower in the'future even than it is at
garding the currenuiquestion. cre- th present time.
rates a grae-lilio the possibil- THE fact that the senate of 'the Unit-
ity of definite i. i Tnerle is some ed States, although not controlled by
reason to hope, however, that a suffi- republicans, passed the protective-tar-
cient number of democrats who have iff bill by a majority of ten, isencourag-
the interest of the country and .sound ing the republicans in their hope that
fina-ce a--theat ay be Icut they will be able to shape up the cur-
S erency measure in a way which will also
operate with the republicans in ,- obtain a majoritvof the votes of that
senate andm secunM (iti a iopin ,f body in the present session of congress.
legislation llupoi bject. The task is an extremely difficult and
I delicate one, but leading men in both
SENAEOR 'etligv lias at last parties express a hope, if not acon-
been heard from regarding hiis ob- tfidence, that a plan can be devised
eVi, n i rt which will be acceptable to the majority
ervatins n his ent visit to of congress. When statesmen of both
Japan. While le Iaheils to. report any sides inawcate a genuine desire to agree
startling discoveries '-s to tile tre upon such important matters as these,
metd(,ous plot iic h te eprosoects of obtaining definite re-
mendOus plot +Wwh tlie exp."cte(Lt sry atly improved..
unearth as to the cause of the adop. -
tion of the gold standard by the Ja- THE anxious public is still waiting
panese, he bewails the fact that Ja- forthe report from that trio of silver
Sf senators who visited Japan last summer
an's commerce has fallen ff o late, to investigate the adoption of thegold
and of course attribute it to he standard by that country. They left
adoption of the gol4 standard. MI. herewith the full expectation of being
Pettigrew apparently has oyerlooked able to discover some horrible plot of
the fact that there was recently a war the goldpower by which the unsui-
en China and an w h pectng natives of Japan had been un-
between altua andf apo n, whieh wittingly led to the adoption of adisad-
would naturally affect commercial re- vantageous financafla'tem. Curiously,
lations during the years immediately however, they, have beep absolutely
following it, and also apparently silent since their return, with the ex-
overle ft tt te l ception of the ambiguous "disclosures"
overlooks the fact that the gold of Sefutor Pettigrew, and it is quite
standard has scarcely begun its work apparent that their investigation did
d c d n p h not give them any information bene-
antd could not 'possibly have pro- fiicial t the free-silver theory.
grossed sufficiently to have had any Theypare not a class of men whose
appreciable effect upon the foreign modesty would prevent their speaking
co erce of tc t. j upin case they had discovered any-
commerce of the country. 1 thing helpful to their cause.


Tne Meanest Man.
Paducah Sun,
"Talking about the meanest man
alive," reflected the under taker as he
drove a few more nails and covered
np the holes with putty. I know
It i n !
"I've seen a good many men who
wouldn't yay for the coffin in which
tleir relatives were buried, I,ut tlis
fellow was a peach. He was the
worst that ever happened.
-ou see, lie came to me one da)
with a two-by-eight smile for a greet-
ing, and invited me out to ta:;e one.
'*'Bill Jones is dead" he began, as
lie stirred his sugar and water.
'You don't say,' I replied.
"'Yes, he died last night,' re-
sumed the other. 'I've come in for
his coffin."
"I sold him the coffin, and he said
Bill Jones' son would settle for it the
next time he came to town. The
family was prostrated with grief, and
that's the reason lie didn't bother
about the mnoney-a $50 one, too.
"I knew old Bill Jones, and knew
hi~s son, and, of course, I wasn't go-
ing to deny the poor fellow a box to
be buried in. So I sent it on, and
had a mighty sad piece put in the
paper about it. It told how good
Bill was, and about his first. second
and third wife, and all about him.
Two days after that here came Bill,
snorting like a locomotivo,
'I'm not dead,' lie shouted.
'The dickens you ain't!' I yelled
back just as loud. 'I furnished the
coffin to bur) you, anyhow, you un-
grateful rascal!'
"He'd already been to the newspa-
per office and found out' who gave
'em the item.
"But it was the man who got the
coffin that was the meanest man on
earth. He had got it to bury his
-own wife in, and as she was all lie
had to start with, he had sold out
and. left the country before I could
bave him arrested./


"How should I be able to reply deft- quencet ~ remembered that 12
nitely?" said she. of th the jury. There was

crossed the river and visited the house the At lt he came, and
after parting with your?" wh irgin a saw hi d ew that it trenf eni f n
"I should say not, asJ took the boat." thi wasno ti9ck thing played ad rempearIable n its flsh-foram-
"Do you mean to saou did to frNighten_ Bit ?aling that-
not see him after you -the which she had det < to conceal ing piopertlcs It contint Cod-
maple tree?" -' sFe could not rep he Lver Oil emulsified s artaly
"I mean to sna Q -have not seen stepped from ig st c 4 ombtned wit wd -g
him since t the nearest seat
"Then, wosed stolt express w and highly' prl Hypo-,
the river Mr. Barnes
"What makes t h did cast o# I ntahl
so?'' d A .
"I do not thin fir omp~essed i Iksass pi)Ik b, '"
"You cannot k unless you saw ths' tness and. Mr: Tupper at once i L;l

"Miss Lewis, ere was snow on the "Mr Marvel, do you remember th i
ground, and no onlyydo I know from day of the fete given by Miss Lewit .it o W;il & t loss O1,._ ...i
his footprints that he visited the farm, Riverside?" e toe to a. notAi m d on the
but that he actually went to the very "Most distinctly." if ant, th child ~nd th *a d It
door by which you had re-entered. Of "I believe you attempted to kill Mi. wl lenrich the blood of tht anl= cp
course I cannot know that he went in, Lewis on that occasion?"
for unfortunately there is nosnow with- "I drew out my .pistol under great *l stoptbe cog1t, hWl tbe vit-.
in, as without.' provocation and in anger. Miss Lewis ton of the throat ad lIngk -
Virginia was silent, and despite her struck my arm a mnd my weaf p was dis- tCue ncipleat coaaiSniptio. W
strong control of her features it was charge." r 'mkLe this statist becau the
evident that she was troubled. "Do you mean that ihRben pon to aperf twye htoka- f tw Re a
"Now, then," said the lawyer, con- out your pistol it was not your I teitfion prf ha
tlIuing, "the question arises, Why did to fire ptroen p it in &n c h + 8
Mr. Marvel visit your house at that "I Lot tell what my infm tioc; ea SA s.rI; ift & ln.sM i
late hour? You say he did vot see you. was. A( I said, I acted under excite- sc. and i1.o ; alfqgr
Could it be that he sonuht vour nchl. ineun. It is impossible to say whAt may SCOTT & BOWNE,, ChwMbtsS YIw Va i
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S' .. ay not have happened."
_"But did you not threaten Mr; Lewil
S' as you left the lawn?"
S"Perhaps. It l16lld have been but
-natural."
Where did you go when you left the
farm that night?"
HomUe, of course"
"But why is it, then, that you werd
o O not there when search was made fot
you the next day?"
"I was disheartened and disgusted a{
j\ 'LN. G' the turn of events, and in sheer des.
] c. -^ RI |L Nl..U 1 operation I arose early and went off gatns
^J^S 4AUTHoR,. 15T IN CRIMI",rc. nig."
& I. o *'Did you return?"
COPYRIGnT. le. uTNAljPU soNS, S "After a day's shooting I went on to
SEpping, where I have a hou.e."
S LCONTITED.] 'hoping a reconciliation( Iti i "That pla e was searohed a few flyd
'It was a -medallion locket. I took derstand e only obstacle to your later, and no trace of you was to be
, that also becatise it is mine." union position, was it not?" found."
Mr. Barnes now understood why she "Thb .arvel should have sought "I only staid there one day and thled
had admitted taking something, since my u tat that hour is preposterous. went to Worcester."
it was not the paper. He was never- You hat he did come to the house; "Why did you do that?"
theless curious about this new point. whi doubt, but even though he did "Because I knew of th0 p6ot which
"Where did you find this locket2" not t s-soeing me, is it not more Mr. Lewis was forming'agaist ite."
asked Mr. Tupper. proba e that it was his object to do "How could you know that, since
"I noticed that my uncle had his fist: So? you left Lee before any steps had been
tightly closed, as though holding sonie- rf so how is it that he did not sue- inaugurated?"
thing, and, forcing it open, I removed ceed?" "A friend warned me by letter."
the locket.' "I retiWd as on as I reached home "Who was this obliging friend, and
"Have you it with you?" and did not r y one enter after how did he know where a letter would
"Yes, sir." Taking it friln her bosom, me. Tb l oubt your theory, reach you?"
she handed it to him. lMT. Tupper ex- for Iaam a lighteileeper." "Before I left I told him where I
t amined it closely and.Qiled it. Look-' Mr. Tupper now executed a bold meant to go. It is fhInaterial who he
ing at the portrait which it contained, move. 'Taking tie paper which Mr. is."
She asked: Barnes ha~..fetn. in the parlor of the "I presume this was Mr. Everly, was
"Do you know whose likeness this farmhouse, he'bjad it so that only the it not?"
Sis first half of the sentence could be read. Marvel remained silent, and Mr.
"It is mine. It was taken en I Approaching Virginia, he suddenly Tupper did not press the point, but con-
was quite a child." "held it up before her eyes and said: tinned:
Mr. Tupper was about to pass the "Did you ever see this before?" "Where were you on the night upon
r trinket to the squire, when, as he closed This was so unexpected that Virginia which Mr. Lewis was murdered?"
Swas thrown off her guard. At the first "I was at the farm."
Glance she smothered an exclamation [TO BE CONTINUED.J
and hurriedly put her hand to her
t ,breast. Instantly, however, her agita- A Poetical Tip.
dI b tion passed, and she replied quite calm- Chicago N ew.
e I ly.cago Nes.
"No. ;Tever," Should it be your one ambition to write
Id ^'" "I believe you, for had you done so a hmarous verse, pick out some an-*
--e it would never have reached my hands. cient subject and express in
Now please take it and examine it language terse. The editor
e \closely. may reject it if the me-
e She did so, and then said, "It looks tor's outof joint; but
oe like my uncle's writing, and it would you fashion i
0 r seem that he tried to oommunicate to i eyou fashion ith
us the name of his assailant like. this he'll
r "Precisely, and, more, he made an- surely see the
s other attempt and-succeeded. Miss point.
1 Lewis, the second paper is in your po-
Virginia was thrown off her guard, s session Intelligence ot ;Swaltow s.
it, something attracted his attention, "You are mistaken," she replied Detroit Free Presr..
Sand scrutinizing it more carefully be coldly. Grant Allen tells sonm curious and
d dropped it into his pocket and asked: "I am not. I may not only did you
"Miss Lewis, I think you said that take that paper, but you have it secret- wonderful thiings al,.ot swallow s.
s this belongs to you?" ed about your person at this very min- In making thie mud a!ls of their'
a "Yes, sir, though I have not had it e." nests, they allow each ty to
for someiti" v rbe
r some tie. __V ir adldb ered.by^ a halfsftul n"lt", they all ach lyor to* d
S "AhT -w was t-haT?" emile. Mr. Barnes showed some little thoronghly bcrote proceeding to top
"I had concluded that it was lost, excitement. He was accustomed to deal it with another. In buniling their
but now I see that my uncle must have with wary criminals, but had never nest- in chimneys they p'ace them'
e had it," met a woman so provokingly elf pos-
"How can you be sure that this s essed as this oue. five or s;x leet below the top to keep
yours? Has it your name or any other "Come, Miss Lewsl," said Mr. Tup- out of the way of ovls, and not di-
mark by which you would know it?" er, "t sa useless to deny what I say. recty ovt the lr, but over an ad-
S "No; there is no name on it, but I', set a trap for you deliberately, and
know that it is mine, for, as you see, it you were caught, in spite of all your joining a flue. The enm-rgence of tly
is of a peculiar pattern. I have been strength of will When I showed you young birdr froftr the race is a re.
told that my mother had it made spe- that paper, I well knew you had no idea kab
oially for my picture, and it has been that it existed, and therefore my object ma'kabr instance of instBict which
in my possession, except latly, for as was to see what you would do, believ- seems atm*ost to reach- iintelligence.-
long as I can remember." tog that your first glance would make As sooA as they are strong enough'
Mr. Tupper pondered a second, but you think it was the other paper. As I
said no more on this subject at that expected, you at once feared that you to movie, tie little things clamber up'
time. Nor did he pursue the point' had lost it and instinctively felt for it the shaft by berrth g their wings "^i
about the piece of paper directly, but 1 in the bosom of your dress."
determined to approach that by another "Did I?" with a shrug of theashoul- some ineffectual compromise between
method., ders. a flop and a flutter. Havhig succed-
"Now, then, Miss Lewis, we will go Mr. Tupper looked at her a moment ed in reaching the top, it is some
back to the meeting across the river, if and then, with his eyes still intently
you please. Did you meet Mr. Marvel? upon her, he said, "Call Walter Mar- tine belre they venture to fly; they
But stop-you have already admitted as Ve.j" acquire tlh art y degrees."
much. Tell us whether you left him on CHAPTER XI. Many instances have hWen given of
the other side or whether he crossed THE VRD ir a
over with you."There arTsome IV Tvdual whose heir rearkable intellige I
We separated before I rowed k to Thee are some ndividuas wh one case, a bell wire on. which a
the farm." nerves are so well trained that they can
"Then you left him acsheri be made to sustain almost any strain wallow's ns partly ested twice
"Yes, sir." 1 1 without giving evidence of the tension demolished it. Convinced that it was
"Did he say where he meant to go?" to wlich theyhiave ieen exposed. Vir- was dangeraonit olbjet, they con'
"To Epping." ginia Lewis wrjiy s kind. There is, stlnucted a ftrilel for tie wile to'
This seemed doubtful --Mr. Barnes however, in rtl bilbity, no force in t
in the face of the fact thirehadfound nature that has not a breaking point pa, s through, anl wee trnuleld no
Marvel at Portsmouth, but gfn he re- beyondwh ogsiblefor inte" more. Iuanothor, a pair of swal-
membered that Joseph h tes-. In her a rair of swal
tified to meeting Marveph Epping on rity to endure, and'o it was in the case lows were molested by sparrows try-
the morning after the murder. M. of this mostrenmaktily strong willed ing to force thIemn from' their nest,
Tupper continued: girl. S ad passed through a fiery or- hey immediately went to work and
"Did he say where he would go after deal lyuand I might say success- changed the eatera-nce of their little-
that?" fully,. at last the unexpected had
"He did not lay out a route and fur- come to all her powers of on- ho"e so tha't, instead' of opening by
nish me with a complete plan of his tro i le hole. t d to be entered
movements for the future. He did, Never s she vas not one to give by ptrssing thlrotirg a fmirnel of staws
however, mention that he would return way, like r'friend Alice Marvel, and itdi hairnc.
to Epping, from which place he had though sh certainly started very per-
come that nieht. ceptibly ,e her love's name was
"Do you think that he proceeded to caedte ".em
that place immediately after leaving mal who iting a death- IS
yoIu?' blow, was .*Bpared to die hard. As
Virginia was very cautious, now that she stood tant and defiant she
the subject involved information about won th ad ion of all the men in
her lover, the roon small conse-


Washington County
;AND
West Florida
Against the World.







MARITIM-E,

, -1----- .


oruT.-It must lhe remembered that the
wind is not a wholly rclille motive pow-
or and if the sailors sometimes find it im-
poailble to make schedule tine.it mis t be
*targed to the element; th CAil e hes
they can.

The schooner Cleoptra- arrived
from Ponsacola Monday morning with
a heavy cargo.of freight, and sev ~al
passengers.
Capt. rd. Ha.id stated Sunday
night in theuee Bckeye r Pensacola
with a load of oysters. When within
a few miles of East Pass, the storm
of Monday broke upon him. and con-
aiddring discretion t-he better part of
valor, ha threw overboard a portion of
his load and turried the' prow of his
boat for home, reaching- here Mon-
day night.

NAPIHTHA LAUT' Cli,
GLADYS.
CAPT. k WRANK W 'raitrUr,.
Carries the East' Bay Mail between St.
Andrew? Bav, Wetappo and intermedi-
ate points. Leaves St.'Andrews daily
(except Sunday) at Q:00 a. nm.; n'rive ;t
\Vetappo at 12:30 p. in.; leave Wetappo
at 1:00 p. m.; arrives at St. Andrews at
7:30p, pn. -M es landlns ld regularly at
Harrisoni Croinaiitun, Parker. Pills-
burg and Farnmd.ile. For Ipasenger and
freight rates, 'se4rate. ard] in the sev-
eral postoffifiees.
DAVID M. WITIHEREL, Contractor.

PACKET SCHOONER
CLEOPATRA.
ROBT GW.l'r\r.E, .- MASTER.
Leaves St. Andrews Bay every Tuesday,
lives Pensacola every Friday,
(wenlher permittti g). S'.-.:inl atten-
tion will be given to receivii- g u-nd
forwarding freight for parties living on
Eait and North Bay, passengers for
points on either arm of the Bay can
depend upon securing prompt trans-
portation at reasonable rates. For
further information apply to
L. M WARE & Co.. Agrs


A Week's \~father.
'The following tr.' e'i-Wr' wiht t Hle
temperature at St. Andrews lhas een
during the past week, from observations
taken at. the BLO0 office each -mo-rning
and noon: .. ;, 4 :
Morn. Noon.
Thursday......; .,,Dec 9 50 60
Fridayv.......... 10 60 68
Saturday ......... 11- 64 68
Sunday ......... 12 50 58
Monday........." 13 60 64
Tuesday ......... 14 L 50 68
Wedntesday... .. 15 54 53

ECONO MY in taking Hood's Sar-
saparilla, because 100 doses one
dollar" is peculiar to and tiue only of
the One True BLOOD firifier.;
-'ersonal.
SMrs. E. P. Maxon, and Miss Mytra
Maxon. who foir some mor.tli have
been visiting relatives aid friends at
Chicago and other points %tilrtih, re-
turned home Monday on the Cleo-
patra. Judging by the antics of
Bro. Maxon, the desolation of his
bachelor quarter is g!driously, sup-
planted by home.delights and com-
firtn. t. .
Mrs. Amanda Hand, who, for a
year or more has been visiting re'a-
tives and flienils'at Los Aniigles and
other point in California war a re-'
turning passenger on the Cleopatra,
an. is again established at :her
pleasant. home on Bayvi ew street,
north of Loraine avenue.
W. A. Enimons, editor of the Buoy
take passage on tle Alpha for
Mobile on a business trip, to be ab-
aset, perhaps, ten or twelve days.
D. 0. Williams will ;bedl e in charge
of the Buoy during thd' editor's ab.
sence, and if hlie convertB it inttr a
republican or a populist paper; there
will be a recoling when the editor
returns.
Rev L. G. Gunn. late pastor of
the- Woodland, Miss., c:icilt of tdie


Alabama Methodist conference a !,
who has lately been as"igi il the
pulpit of the First M. E. chtnre of.
St. Andrews, fbr- tlhe ensuing "year,
airived Thuisday to. assume 'his
labors Rev. Guiti has rented and
occupies the T'riske t cottage i~nCorn-
muerce direct.

A Woman'stl Best Friend,
Ia Dr. Coonley's famous Orange Lily. It
is a guaranteed cua for pain 'fl perio
leachronhope and all female
aI APPJULD TREATMENT. It C oI
other remedies fail. We_'
suffrinig woman to use this nderful
smed!r. nd: will send F cBaoe, a
waXifnkle Medical health Guide, and
f.lBAL TRBATUKnT upon receipt of your ad-
dress. ihat more can you ask? Wi ite
at nincea nd cure yourse'IF A4 "o.a, with-
out a doctor P'rice. $ for ful month
tfrertment.. If yMar druggistf doee. not
keep it, setd $1 direct to the C;onleylMod.
ical Institute, Dttroit,. MLch., add.:recewe"
It by return mail, All charges prepa-ild.
Mention this paper when .y0ou write.

To (oure A Col J- a oue Day.
Take Laxalive- mo Quinine Tablet.
All Druggists irfld. .he money if thev
'Lto.Caru o5c. .t. _


L C A'L D RIF T., -Wannamaker & Brown's samples
STAh D ', for Tailor fadeStiits at, L. M. Ware & nfil
-Reaa the item below in reference Co's. Call a d get prices. i I
to taxes, amount and method of pay'- -"Lewis'" men's and women's Ox-
ment of same, carefully and govern ford ties, from $1 to $2, and a nice lot of Pain Was Maddening and Hope
yurelf accordingly patent tip low cts at $1 a pai at at L. Had Seen Abandoned- Wonder-
-The turpentine industry is on a de- M. Ware, & Co's.
-The turpentine industry is on a de- 5ts; a larger ful Results of Purifying the iood.
-A grood big' Tablet for ots; a larger
cided boom in the.St: Andrews Bay .
country. Hal zen camps are al- one for 8 cts and a good thick school "A very severe pain came in my lait
country.or soon w en operation. tablet with175 leaves for ts; all with knee, which grew orse and wre, ad
roady or sooncoveo rd operation papefinally a esore broke out above the knee.
..... ..ANT handE0me coveys dotd, ruled patFelr,
ANTED, urcase For at the BuoY .l 'ii -. It discharged a great deal and the pain
'Property. Persons _A. f g farms or -Allan's T.r 1.-S'Chill Tonic W'ith from my thigh down was maddening.
winter homes, send f I eription and I ur chills grippe, in- Large, hard, purple spots appeared my
price to J. V. BOND, ton, ter laral fevers, leg. I suffered in thia way for years,
SOhio. / dengue aud and gave up all hope of ever being cured.
t ..I:- ook out -fo t~ Clausa re~d nation fr a t id lr y wile was reading of a case like mine
,ndieokTS Or grros aor tCr'pid livor a red by Hood's arsanarlla, and sle
ml er those ndief igs, r maaa. Cures fever from colds, advised me to try it. I begin taking it
datesaprunes, rai ~d nuts at the winter fever (pneumonia) and as a gen- and when I had used a few bottles I
IPoieer-BPgJou know they eral anti-periodic medicine is unex- found relief from my suffering. Oh,
'are fresh. celled. For sale at the Pioneer Drug how thankful I am for this relief l i am
-Ouf correspoa ~8dritWll please Dear Store, St- rews, Fla. Every bottle stronger than I have ever been in my life.
in mind thaj-ther favors myst be mailed guarantcedt-o grTv~s-atisfaction or your I am in the best of health, have a good
early enough to reach us not later than money refunded, appetite and am a new man altogether."
Monday eirening;otherwise thlie'c 'n not -A melancholy and mournful duty J P. Moons, Lisbon Falls, Maine.
annear in the current issue. again falls to the lot of the BUOY O SafS
-Those desiring to p ie them- record the death, on Saturday evening pa rlla
selves with Nonesu- rawberry last, of Mrs. Eva Kipp, at the ago of 25 Is the best-in fact the One True Blood Purifier.
plants should not del Tn their years, at the home of her parents, Mr. Hood's Pills cure allliver ills. 25 cents.
orders to the BTI .A few and Mrs. Jas. Fox, near Parlker. About .. .. ..
thousand plants still ef cents per five years ago, Eva Fox, then in the Tie Young Peoples Baptist Union
hundred. bloom of health and budding woman- meets at the Baptist church every
-Twelve colored consistingii ood, left the home of her pwar'ts Sunday at 3 in. All i^fit.d..
of men, women a tren., who 'hoping to better her circumstances in The Y. P. S. C. E. meets every Sun-
a e to find employ nt t A. J. Michigan, where relatives resided and day afternoon at 3:30 o'clock at the
Gay's tut pentine camp o rth Bay, thither she went. Shortly afterwards Presbyterian church. All interested
were brought over from i col'aby she met and became acquainted with in Christian Endeavor work are
the Cleopatra. r s John Kipp, and in a few months they earnestly invited to attend.
S-Parents and guardians 1 rested in were united in marriage and established ......--.- -
-eii";"in- the -most. prSctical business themselves in a home at Grand Rapids, t g 9
Education for their children~\t th? least Mich. Two children were born to them, -
expense, should correspond with the the youngest an infant but a few n
DeFuniak Buii;nea>ll'..-e,-.eeFuniak months old, and to accidental exposure T F Y i
Springs, Fla. fl. at the critical period incident to child-l I
-The St. Andrws"fL1v4 ificultural birth. is aLv her early decease. The l i
and Improvementt A d i"at Ion1is prepa -"
tand improvement Asro iati onisprep it gref-stri k parents and young bus- Full Grown, pe pair $3.00
ed to clear, improve and plalrtinto fruit hand are vTc igh heartbroken, and
*any t-ract of itrdi ,.; .;-ivy eo give the whole community is subdued with 3-4ths 2.25
an trahe t owl p i ..s to buy a grief that one so recently apparently LA ORW T'AK
them. It will j ':s to buy secure in the enjoyment of a happy nma-
tract from them and have it improve~, turity, should so soon be called to the iEMIL T. iSCIHI1IDT,
-Some miscreant went aboard of Sim creator. Laird's Mill Bayou.
Stephens' sloop, Ited Eye, one night
last week and stole all his svrup, some 'j. .
eight gallons. Pity but Sim had been
there to receive him, he would not ;
probably have carried away so luch .U '. f '
sweetness.
--The rest of the machinery for A. J.
Trisket's shingle machine, and sawing S S -
outfit arrived on the Cleopatra and ia i' ', B &
will at once be put in place and with an
extra horse, which he has already pro- 1 K E F L A .
vided himself with, hle will be able to
fill all orders promptly for either shin- Our St6 k is Complete, Our Pricesthe Lowest,
gles, wood or meal and feed. O yp 0 GOODS AIRIE TI-EE BEIST!
-That the richest and largest depos- 'Tihe T'I rig Public is assure tllnt .ve 'ill nt be unlrsoli.
its of gold the earth has ever produced
up to the present time'have been found The.ighest Market Price PiJ for Country Produce !
SBina the Alaska Klondyke country is now I 0 8 ,C@ **<-, 0 4ed
an established fact. Wie call your at- a .
Sntibn.to ,the advertisement o'f the -
Alaska Kloudyke Gold Mining CompaN- N -a
ny in another column. '
-If you are thinking of buying prop- *:
erty in St. Andrews or immediate vi-
"cinity, you 'canmnt aftfo t purchase C
until,you-have conferred with the pro-.
prietor bf the BUOY. If you are short of L ,C 0 fl .Ja 'l
-money andwant to buy on your own -0- *
time for actual settlement you. can be SO 50
.& ..cc.i u .. ,tS O T E lG.AfRv rto cure any case of constipation. Cascarets dar the Ideal Laxa.-
-Iu the BuoY S Parker special last u L ut H tire. never grip or ripe.but cause easy nartutalresults. Sam
eek where th Q+-hred ? it of being a cha~r- w ple and booklet free. Ad.,STERLING REMEDY CO., Chica-oM Nontreal. Can., ornew York. a2.
week where the creditt of being a char- ****** 217.4-^ t **M **
acter in the dialogue was given to Miss
Jessie Parker, it should have read Miss -g g, g5A 1 ., -- -- ,, -. .
Jessie Palmer. Such errors, while P
they must necessarily be annoyingto i
E the principals, they cant possibly be Tim T e n ec ov. th, 189.
as much so as they areto the publisher; No 5.1 No. 36 No. 57 No- 33
but they will sometimes happen in spite 7:45 p.m. 10:45 a.m Lv Montgomery Ar 8:20 a.m. 9:30 D.m.
9:43 p.m. 12:10 a.m "' Troy 6:04 a.m. 7:35 p.m.
of us. 10:56 p.m. 31:07 a.m. Ar Ozark Lv 4:47 a.m. 6:22 p.m.
-The Sunday school of the Presby- 11:32 p.m. 11:42 p.m Pinckard 4:15 a.m. 5:50 p.m.
terian church will give an-entertain- .1:48 a.m. 2:18 p.m Bainbridge 1:48 aan. 3:-3 p m
ment and Christmas tree on Christmas 3:00 a. m 3:55 p.m Thoras.ille 12:45 a.m. 2:35 p.m.
3:44 a.m. 4:44 p.m. Qi;tj ,, 11:49 a.m. 1:35 p.m.
-eve, Friday the 24th inst at 7 o'clock. 4:12 a.m. 5:15 p.m. Va.dosta 11:19 p.m. 1:04 p.m.
All are invited to bring the presents 4:55 a.m.* 6:03 p.m. Dupont 10:31 p.m. 12:16 n.m.
for their friends to be put on the tree. 5:50 a.m. 7:0 p.m. Ar Waycross 9:30 p.m. 11:15 a.m
A commnttie will be in waiting dur- 8::20 a.m. 9:30 p.m. Ar Jacksonville Lv 7:00 p.m. 8:20 a.m.
ATrain No 82 leaves iontgomery, 4:00 p.m.; Troy, 6:40 p.m; Pinckard,10:20a.m.
ing the afternoon to receive such, and Train No 3 arrives Montgomery, 10:45 a.m.: Troy, 8:00 a.m; Pinukard, 5:00 am
nothing of an objectionable nature will Traiu No 86 leaves Montgomery, 9:15 a.m.; Troy, 11:58 a.m; Ozark,1:50 p.m.
be permitted to go on the tree. Arrive Thomasville, 8:00 p.m.
--The Boy id indebted to ih friend, r6: ri)a.m. v930 p.m. Lv Waycross .. Ar 7:50 p.m. 11:00 a.m.
-' ee, .m------- |2::;) .. n,. Ar Savannah 4:00 p:m. 8:44 a.n.
Robt. M. Baker, of Old Town;-St. An- 4:5'0 p.m. 5:10 i.m. Charleston Lv ":30 a.m. 6.30 a.m.
drews, for a sample~ p art bottle of 3:00 a.m. 8:10 P.m. Lv Waycross Ar 7:45 p.m. 9:45 a.m.
beautiful Florida irl, manufactured 7:50 a.nm~~ 30 p.m. Ar 'irunswick Lv 5:15 p.m. 7:00 a.m.
by him ontFie t is as clearas 9:20 a.m. ,4i-p.m. Lv Jacksonville Ar 6:40 u.m. 7:30 a.m
clear can be, and sothickit willscarce- 10:30 a.m. Ar St Augustine "


ly flow from the bottle, and is a con- 10:55 a.n~ir :15 a.m. Palatla 4:65 p.m. 5:00 a
vincing argumTntida syrup is 1:20 a a.m. Sanford 2:16 .. 1:48 a, -
ing in Wasty and that 2:52 p.m. 4, a.m. Winter Parkli 1:26 p.m. 12:30 a, n
king in Wash iS co'tty; and that ., ,. 5:05 a.m. Orlando 1:15 p.m. 12:17 a.
4o one can excel Mr. Baker in js man- 3:43 p.m. 5:48 a.m. Kissi.mnee '" 12;46 p.m. 11:31 p. .n.
ufacture. 5:20 p.m. 7:40 a.m. Lakeland Livll:37a.m. 9:45 p.m.
-There will be a course tures .7:12 a.m. Lv Dupont Ar 8:04 p.m. 8:04 a.m
in the Methodist chure n Monday 9:01 a.m. Ar Live Ok 6:25 p.m. 6:05 a.
and Tuesdth nilt hu 10:50 a.m. High Sprinss 4:50 p.m. 4:.20 n.m
and Tuesday nig-ls. b Hugh 11:55 a.m. Gain.eville 3:55 p.m. 3:15 a.m
MacPherson. The lecturer a talented 1:50 p.m. Ocala 2:05 p.m. 1:30 a.m
Scotchman who has traVele extensive- 3:32 p.m. Lesburg 12:22 p.m. 12:05 a.m
ly in foreign lands. His objects are: 6:50 p.m. Lakeland Lv 9:30 a m. 9:30 p.mn
'.The Influencv of eand Ar- 6:50 p.m. 7:40 a.m. Lv Lakeland Ar 1:7 .m. 9:15
chitectutral Art C ity," and -7:30 p.m. 0:15 a.m. Ar Tompa TLv 10:30 S.mI. 8:00 p.m.
clntectural Art ity," and 7:40 p.m. T' Tamna B"-,- Hel 7:45 a.m. 7:50 p.m.
"Kingdoms of the O Prof. R. 9:55 a.m. Forr'' rp,. 10:00 a.m. 7:25 p.m.
W. Willcox will fur ,. orchestra :"0 a.m. Ar Punta Gorda Lv 3:20 p.m.
music for these lecture e will Trains Nos. 57 and 58 carry Pull-nan Palace Sleeping Cars between Jacksonville
also be vocal lb y the and St. Lonis, also through day coach h; ...._n Jacksonville and Nashville; also free
best talent of the tow Lip..s reclining chair cars between Jacksonville and Montgomerv. Nos. 33 and 36 carry
y rs t as a Pullmun Palace Sleepiug Carshetween Jackionville and Nashville. Nos. 82 and
highly recommend the B a 83 daily excpf Sunday: all others daily. 'o, any other information apply to any
fasciuiating and instrmitiv akler. Plaht Svstom age.nt, or R. L. TODD, Div. Pass Agt. Montgomery, Ala., H. 0,
The admission or oacI l Iectn s 25 McFADDEN. Asst. G.P. A. B. W. WRENN.Pass.Traff Mgr.
cents, and' c-halP of thie pro- --
ceedswill be .1.1Tainr i1 the
irethodi t eTk "i arkable Clubbing Offer
ar 19!47 are now
t t pa.)'Det isR S U B S C R IB E R S .
payments is "L
Irre hie, is, BTv s.pe Hth the publishers \~ ll accept subscriptions

VtLo t tend tovr and
same are advised to make e.'tain that I started W eekly
they have a credit, on o0r tax. book es.ie s IllustratedS ee
sufficient to meet the amount, which one year fI' r $3.00-.
wvill mean that. the tax will certainly be T- h,, v\.. consider tl:at he price of Leslie's Weekly
paid,as heretofore; but if such credit ;lno 1, $4.00 a year, you can readily see what a splendid
is not shown, even though the amount t i- w, are making.
seems insignificant, they just as cer- Leslie's Weekly is the'oldest and best established
tainly willnot be paid unless somosne- .1' tie ,1 eat illustrated New York journals. It is the
cial arrangement is made to that end.
Scial aanemnt is made to that end. mot lPlar and the most enterprising; its illustrations
The tax this lsear is 17f mills, as com- : al e all of the highest order anA are superbly printed.
pared wt 2 ms at y here is no important event happening. either at home
in providing for payment this Teat, add
about 33 per cent., or one-third more or abroad, but that a LESLIE' representative is on hand to chronicle with
than th amount shown upon your re- pen an.1 pencil.,
ceipt .fq 1896.'This notice- shall be iSnubscribi now b.0ot1 f1- yourself and some friend's Chliistmas gift.
Bdeeu ~ suflicient fo all patrons of the p enenmber that the only terms by which you can avail yourself of this
ment of their takes. ,spIlendid offTr is to in every instance, remit $3.00 to tile Buoy.
.meat th t


Stofer's
BUCKWHEAT!
- APPLES.

Minco-Meat!



This Dep artmen
has increased to suc1
an exte:it that w
give it
Special Care
AND

Attention!


SATISFAC' l I
Guaranteed !


'mq ic;f
Yi~ll LI!
IF YOU









Apvi~ication I


SI T
S-T ] A. T
; .... .... '. .L $1 per Sack of
y 100 p ounds.

S$1 for 2 bush: Sack,
^-' ^ CORN, $1.10
.- -. I' L3 .ly .pa.,rt.ne t for 2 bushel Sack. .
S OMPLT1. --- ew
K' 10tbls good green -w
t in .Prints, STORM FLANNELS, PLA IS. i C.,r $1.o0 Florlda Syrup,
h CASHMERES, VWORSTEDS, VFILVE'.- i 7rs Arbuckle do 6 ,OO0
SAND TRIMMINGS. J 16ls gran Sugar 1 00
SFRENl


-u


U Ikil J ij I, iL Ul


\Ye lave' n
IF 1 0 =


.CL4.


TMadMe" at a S I.i-'-r' FP.c-trmv. A-k us about ourc' celebrated
G-(K, I,,': -3J B 0= A- ITD
Space forbids all details. Call nd see our line.
GSHO 4ES-o Babie S Misses, Ladies, Boys and Gentlemen.

CLO HI GS Our Stock sh'bws the fact. Words fail. But we
C- L i had a IMMENSE STOCK! and can
STILL FIT The Largest Man or Smallest Boy!


FREE!

FREE,

All gools ,delivered
1F R 4 E
to any part ot towli


at a monlOlent's
M EN'S ATS REicS SHIRTS e. And to
t Fr', 3Z-t a -ar v e& IiI n pot ifice on
th y had. and offer at prices less t o oduction. See our line of UndeiV'ear orh o th orE L
-t Me-s B a Bay!,
T bpe Sto 1 KI TOY Grain aud Feed.
T e s.,,.,:,. S f3 $ $ [ :; fl YAr now on Sal.


Monday, g.:av us a PR Q SP ER TY
chance to open and
Display the balance CANN THRIVE
of our STOCK,! J I :.


Are now on Saie!
See our line of
Ladies' Belts!
and SILK HATS!
Ask to. see our
Dr ess Linings!


DRUGS
We have them
IT O "W
Ask for Grove's
TASTELESS
CHILL TONIO.
t Is the Best

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r R "A T'7 'Va -e 7
".G ,-., :,. ULL
)f -raftu0 _. your]iberaIpa. .
f gratitud your liberal patroge r '.e is FULL OF GOODS !
S -asa i1 b .ess proves ibovld a nigiin of'ldoubt thin
p r v e in ..f r. U # W


r Qi1'o-S. 1t y Cannt kiv on C r edit-!

l .. -: i ecijrmh'., .at -mRs!

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T'ie k'ir ,;luet's Mother DIi-s,
'ai linly.
N H'i Allis.,i M chii\ii,] i,,t..llthe
of I'e -.d.-i t .McK il"ry, 1 ii,., n i ,,
12th i i, fl,,im It I e rt<4 -rt
lI'ic str,,kf, \which p
S CI O lliI( e \w'0 .,! lail \v ws atlon 89 y)ars -h
was tI-aiiy beltved Iy th
anil ,1 l helr survivin,,t
onlv ; I e I thelr .Caln |I
I sidlcu was Iby Ie
Con1iu 0 1fr1
f iipto t'IC las!t Inlolle
si (1 t "v .j. 1: -. Li.l
etl it.
"-
PURE BLOOD is.th
_ of liealth. Hood's Sarsapar
the blood pure, rich and nouris
gives and maintains good HE
WANTED-'T -:,...v-v an
IVE gentlemen or lua(t 'a.ve
sponsiblo, established hose l
Monthly $65 an
steady. Refrete.
dressed stamped en
minion Company,!opt. et Chic
At'ter hearing some friends cr ii in "v
p raising Chamberlain's ocli- .Cholera
and Diarrhoea Romedy, F:-.,. I-,fAn-
heim (California, purt i i-c.l a- fle of it.
for his own use ;11d is now ecuthusiast: .
over its wonderful work as anyone can 1-,'.
The 25 and 50 cent sizes for sale by L. V.
Ware & Co., St. An)arew6 and 13ayhead
and q'l medicinee dealers.

LEGAL NOTICES.
IN notice.
Anv one now having the Last Will and
Testament of Wallace R. Madison, who
died otn the 8th day of May, 1891. at the
lhome of R. E. Howard, at Harrison,
Washingtop county, Fla., is herebyv noti-
fied to bIring said Will and Testament
forth for probation within the next six
weeks, after which it will be null and
void. MIas. CLARK P. SLADE,
Dated, Nov. 17, 1897. Ashford,Ala.
Notice
Is hereby given to all parties holding
claims against the estate of Johii .in-
stantine, late of Washingtor county, de-
ceased, to present them to toe unter-t,
signed administrator wit t -
mont- s from the date herTefior the sani
will be barred bv the statute of limita-
tion. W. I. SINGLETARY, Admr.
April 14, 1897.

Tetter, Salt- rheum and Eczema.
The intense itching and smarting i ni#
dent to these diseases is instantly allayed
by applying Chamberlain's Eye and
Skin Ointment. Many very bad cgses
have been permanently cured by it. It
is equally efficient for iching piles and
a favorite remedy .or sore nipples;
chapped hands, qhiblains, frost bites.
and chronic sore ,s. 25 cts. per box.
Dr. Cady's Condition Powders, are
just what a horse needs when i# -bad
condition. Tonic, blood purifidr and
vermifuge. They are not fodl but
medicine and the best in use to put a
horse in prime condition- Price 25
cents per package.
For sale by L. M. Ware & Co., 4t. An-
drews Bay and Bayhead and all medicine
dealers,


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THE POMONA NURSERIES
4EW CATA- 1898
0 LOGUE: FOR 1
WILL BE READY. TO MAIL IN OCTOBER. '
One party whites as follows of our 89g7 cata-
logue: "Will you please send meacopy of your a
valuable Nursery Ca alogue. I had a copy, but
have loaand it. I find so many int, resting
things in it that I do not wish to be without a
ccpv." 4
Our new 1898 Catalogue will contain all the
good feature. of the z897 catalogue besides many
new ones. Fully Illustrated wi h many new
Photographic Views. We offt- a full line of
Fruit and Ornamental Trees aid Shrubsadapted
to Southern planting. Catalogue Free. Address
THE GRIFFING BROS. CO.,
POIMOA NURSERIES, MACCLENNY, FLA.
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#T. ANDREWS
SR IC ES-CU RR EN T.
Corrected by L. M. Ware & Co.
GROCERIES.
Sugar, ^i ;t Tea., "
Granulated ..... 6 He No....... 75
Coffee,A .... .61 Gunpowder.. 80
Lt brown..... 6 Uhcol'd Jap.. 50
toffee, Cond milk, If can
Green.... 12@20 Unsweetn'a.12! '
SArbuckle, 6,1t $1 Sweetefied... 8x
9, linger snaps 1b 2'5 Baking powder
racersr, soda. 7 fRoyal...... .. 50
S[obacco, plug 25abO Canipbell. ... 10
raisins Cannned fruit
London layers..121 Peaches.... lia20p
.Valencia...... 8 Tomatoes.... 7a10
iic< ....... 6 A pples......... 10
Apples Pears ......... 15
Evaporated...81Z Plums......... 25
Dried Peaches 8 Apricot........ 25
Ooal Oil prgal... .15 Strawberries... 20
gasolinee ". ..... 20 Pineapple.... 20
lorida Syrup... 40 Canned Meats
loney........1.00 RoastBeef... 12/
7iniegar ...... ..;30 Corned Beef.. 19 4
Cheese pr t1 .... 15 Chipped Beef.. 20
Butter ......... 25 Lobster........ 0
Lard ......... 6 Salmon...... 15
Beans.......... 4 Canned-Vegetables
cocoanut pkg... 10 Baked Beans... 15
FiuitPnddine... 10 Corn......... 121
Jelly, glass .. 15a 5 Peas........... 15
Lime Juice..... 50 Iumpkin ...... 15
Eggs per doz... 15
PROVISION S.
Flour -. Pork
S 0 N,.... 2,8 D.S. prt,......6
Majestic .. 3;00 Bacon Sides..... 7
orn Meal pr.1u 60 resh....... 8al0
iat Meal pr lb.. 5 Br'kf'st Bacon.. I.
iorn per bu........5 Ham canvassed -I
Potatoes Shoulders..... 10
Irish....... 1 20 Beef ,: .
Eiuly R'se seed 1.20, Corned ......... 8
Sweet.... .60@75 Fresh. :.......8n:t
alt, pr sack... 85 Dried...... ., %25
Table ........ .' Milk pr t ...... 10
11 AiD'WARE. RE,
Nails, ier 1T31ia41 Ax,with liandle. 80
Galv wire do.6,a6il Hoes, each.. :.':5.,.
Manilla i up .;, "9al20 pti.t, can 45
it.oves cook,. Ba425 Linseed oil, gal55(5@ 0
Pipe, per joint 15 S
DRY GOODS,
Prints, per yd. 5a8 Checks ........ 5ai
Sleetiigs .. 5a9 Flannel ..... 15a40
luslin ........ 9al Thread per spo l
Jeans....... 15a45 Slioes, ladies.-li ;7i
Extra pants pat 225 Men's... $1 40a300
MISCELLANEOUS.
Hay pr cwt. .7~Ja iu Oats pr li .......40
Bran....... 95ul.05 Brick prM... 13.00
hope Sisal .... .7 @9 L' ie pr l... -.. 75
FRtUl' anid NUTS.
Oranges pr doz.. 'Pecans pr lb.... 15
Apples........ 12. W ai, i,, ... 20
Lemonss........O 30 ABm d.... ... 15
OYSTF :1- '
in shell prl,0100 1.50 Opened pr iq .. 15c
LIVE -'TL.OK.
Horses. $800al10 Cowss.. .....!. '..
Mules... $100ai.155 Hogs... ,-.$3.t i $i
qxen. pr yoke .$40 Sheep.. ... .
1 O TU I'Y
'-tickens each 153a-5 Geese each. 451 i(.
!'irkeys .... 75a 1.00 Ducks ...... I.
( AM E.
-19., pr II. 7 l(o Tur'ke s .... S 1I.0()
,7 .,-, Salt
Mullet pr doz 25c Mullet pr bbl 5.00
'Trout..... .. .., 25 Trout........ 4.50
Pompano pr I).. (i Pompano .... 10.0o
Sturgeon...... 10 Mackeral .... 8.00
LU MBER.
Flooring, Ceiling.
Leart, ~A ...$!6.(00( Heart, IV m:.. .$14.00
Face ... 14.00 Face ... 12 i
Sap ... 10,00 Sap ... 10.00.
Drop siding, Clapboards,
Heart face 1^m 15.00 x6 iii. j'p. $1:2.00
San 10.00 Fiti.-liil lum-
Buffi liumber.. 8@12 -ber,.d. -. I 2tii15.0t i
Heart shingles, '2.50 Lath, .y in ... 2.Q11
Sa p 1.50 Boat lumberr'
-dressed.. .$20

D)eafniess Cainot. be Cutred
'l)v local applications as they cannot
reach the diseased portions of the e.ir.
There is only one way to cure deafness,
and that is by coristilutional remedies.
Deafness is caused by an inflamed condi-
tion of the mucous lining of the Eu-tach-
ean tube. When this tule gets lftl.mrdal
you have a runibling sound or imiip.,' t'.L't-
hearing, and when it is -:eitiroi? closed
deafness is the result, and unless' the in-
flamnmation in be t nakuenV uand tr;- tube
restored to ls normal condition, hmtaring
will be destroyed forever; nine cases'oni
of ten are caused by catarrh, which is
nothing but an inflamed condition of LtUh
mucous surfaces.
We will give One Hundred D).,llars for
any case of deafness (caused bIy catarrh)
that cannot be curt-d by Hall's Catarrh
Cure. Send for circulars free.
J. J. CHENEY & Co., Toledo, O.
Sold by Druggists, 75c.
Hall's Pamily Pills are the best.
Ex-Treasurer Collins Threatens
to Kill Gov. Bloxham.
The following sensational dispatch


fromnrTampa appeared in the J'ck-
sonville Metropolis of December 6:
Ex-State Treasurer Colhus was ar-
rested on Saturday night near his
home in Clearwater and taken to
Tallahassee.
The grand jury in session at Tal-
lahassee indicted Mr. Collins for em-
bezzleiiient. It is alleged lie is short
in his aecoilnts with the state over
52,000 and with the counties $13,000.
On the hight of his.arrest he made
sensational staotereits to sheriff
Spencer, and declared he would kill
Governor Bloxhanf it he is prosecut-
ed. He clairiis Governor Bloxihani
agreed if he (0olitinsl wotld resign
as state treasurer there would be no
criminal prosecution; and hIis daugh-
ter would have a lo'.itii in tlie
treasurer's office at a good salary.
Collins says he, wilt 'make-tartliing
S exposures which will involve men
who are prosecuting hiiu.

When bilious or costive, eat a Cascaret
eandyeathartic, cure guaranteed, 10c, 25&
Cascarets Ftipulate the liver; kidneys and
Sbowels Never sicken,' weaken i''gripe
t ients


A Moinumlent to Col. CI~ pley.
PENSACOLA, Fl a., Dec. I-n.'l'-l7.
At a meeting of the City Council of
Pensacola, Florida. held on December
8, 1897, the fol'owiig resolution was
unanimously ado.i -t:
Be it resolved byv the City Council
of the City of Pensacola, That it is the
sense of this council that a monument
should be erected in the present public
square bounde by Palafox, Jefferson,
Government and Zarragossa streets in
the city of Pensacola, in memory of
W. D. Chipley; and t 'that'and the
mayor is authorized to appoint dom-
mittee consisting of himself as ohe,
three (3) members of this council ad
twenty (20) representative citizens of
the city of Pensacola, t9 receive popu-
lar subscriptions for such monument; to
,procure and erect such monument when
sufficient subscriptions have, in the
judgment of the committee, beeft ob-
tained; co properly inscribe the same,
and to provide for suitable exercises for
the dedication thereof.
: In accordance with the -abj-the
below mentioned were dUL4aM~Itet
by.the mayor to receive I'p;i'p : b-
scriptioni for such monument.
All those who desire to give for this
puruOBe will please send their subscrip-
tions.to Wm. H. Knowles, the secre-
tary and treasurer of this committee,
or else deposit them in the First
National Bank or the Citizens Natial
Bank, both of this city, to the"cre of
the "Chipley Monument" accou Or,
if preferred, St. Aiidi] '\ v -ia 3 ..a-ftl i'-
tions may be left with the editor --the
BUoY, to be by him forwarded.
The newspapers throughout the state
arc- requested to publish this noti_: .,.
Very respectfully,
WMVv. A. BLoui'47- 'lian.L
SnI' Cahn. L,.S jlii.G ,,-o n,
FC. Brent, El. O'.Bri
A. V. Olubbs, C. F. GCil r
'Wmn. Fisher, J. iard,
J."W. Frater, u-rton, -
W\.A.D'Ali--tom1 I. Bazz..1
Plat M.l:Hl gh, T. Wright,
jThln! H, ll..II T Lesslel ,
W. Ii..> K. Hyer, Sr.,
.' 7 .?r C. W.,-Wills,
C. B. Prk 1;;, T. /Welles,
D.t ii Committee.

- Don t t)c' persuaded into buying lin i
ments without reputation or merit-Cham-
berlain's Pain Balm costs no mire, and its
merits haie beei proven by (test of ma-
ny years. Stu,' ,' I P' 'l-,,u ., following,
from L. tU. Rgley, Huernem. ral., are
constantly ,i;in,.; received: 'ic best
remedy for pain I havo,, eyr~Te is Chaim-'
berlaii;'s Pain RatniT;t I say.Vto after'
having used it in my family for several
years." -it cures r'heu.mat-ism-lIame back
sprains a.nd welli'llgs. For sale liy L. M.
Ware & Co, St. Andrews and Bayhead,
ani aIll medicine d.: 1 .-i. .

-HAR PRISON.
Special It. >' tI B .
HeI re I ai ti .r iit'r I,v- no ,:ll 1
silleced bccau.se my naine-((Yer-
onica)-does not appear in pili l

the arriv' l of fr i !.,1, lt; .. ii 1
mi e, % ill .-e:1,i a lev i 1 ,.;.
:[,.,- 4 ('Ii,'a 'm ,,w [,a.;-:, r
:it \'als.,n Bly'oju tolae ,51
1 s. E. L. 4~j:urui It a.

fIee, Micil h., HrlI i\vel
,,e.-doy an,{ will sR

Sellel, c,,ttage


'u s at might


,9a back.
Miss Parteniter, t'- e b1
Maaipn Jenks, sailed dowt l o >o,
A ii rws iast T hunsday. Upon at)
teinllting to returii, behold, tIhere w s
a great calm, and t- e resial ,
they walked home ont' r.-n, c .
A party of six persons left -ri-
son to attend church at St. AndreW's.
Sunday morning. They arrived in
time for the benediction; tho deten-
tion being caused by lack of wind to
waft them on.
The rain, so much r.eoded, c e
at last. -
Arthur Thomas, hw iTo? ,,b-,.
spending the summer with his un \le
at Allie, Fla., has returned to atter~d
school at Watson Bayou. Marion
Jenks is also a pupil.

Don't Run Any Risks abouTr-h4tit .
Avoid coughs, co!ds, fevers, pneurmbnia,
and all other similar ailments by keep-
-ing your blood rich and pure with Hood's'
Sarsaparilla.
Hood's Pills are purely vegetable and
do n tpurge, pain or gripe. All drdg-
gists.
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Not So Bad. -
Mrs. Citybred Mercy, you don'i
mean to say you stay here all winter I
should think you'd die.
-Mrs. Oountrycousin-Oh, it isn't so
Bad.l We are not at all troubled by vis-
ftors from town.-Boston Tranacript,
Don't Toba'do Spit and Smoke Your Life Away.!
If yoi want to quit. tobacco using easily
and, forever, be madewell, strong, magnet c,
full of new life and vigor, take No-To-Bac,
the wonder-worker, .that makes weak men
strong. Many gain ten pounds in ten days.
Over 400,000 cured. Buy No-To-Bac of your
druggist, under guarantee to cure, 50c or
V ..00. Booklet and sample mailed free. Ad.
sterling Remedy Co.,Chicago or New York.


W ETAPPO. pr.nes that give promise of success.
Special to the tov. Mr. Davis and Mrs. Kirvin i,:,-
'lhis en d of or, lovely and unieIx- t hel i u al hfin crop ulf aim ,,In 1
called Bay is pr,-gre'.Sis g fiily' in tie o duc: s.


gliorious s nshin, i ol tie picIpenu;,l
sumilmer. LiL';i.arqfue( rises are 1ioing
themselves pride in trying to rein iI
northern visitors of drilts of snow,
left far behind; each bush being a
bunch of vhitness and beauty.
Mr. Dyer has been trying to beat
the Calhoun county record o >
sweet potatoes; but the honor was
reserved for Mrs ; H. B. Bates, who
has one weighing nine and one-half
pounds, and meausing two feet in
cl-cum erenIr-e a ncr way. Weighed
at thet-4ost',ffice and measured by
Mr. Poore of this place. and Messrs.
Lathrop and Castle of Crown Point,
Ind. The last named two gentle-
mien are having a fine ti.ne hunting
and fishing. Quail may be applied
to all birds bcf'ue their fowling pieces.
They wonder how such potatoes can
grow in Florida sand, and tlie wonderder
is increased when told that no fertil-
izer was used andi but one hoeing w;is
given.' They aeo so, in love with soil
and climate that they will probaibv
invest in tlie former and breathe tlie
sweet odlers and bask in the sunshiiue
and bland breezes of the clhiate.
NotwitihstanItinlg t ie diry season,
crops have been remnuieralive and l
the turpentine estalishlme[nts on each


side keep Mu.
-J


riek si, busy as


tin p l a io-',i oh E iny
place 'for lest t ,sue. y ll
rising andi ih~1i-rs, even wititll
tlhe help of John I rotiill^ J.ai .s
Po r %and tlheI av boys do not .en-
aide iem oI meet the demnaul for
lun mbel,'
The sever It netiine c.aps tn.,'.;
the dcuiand forih g-'dcic truck, ouster i
andi fish. far ikn s sof the sui l ,
;A-ilionr glv wiiIaP i4.in cultivation
is doiig its be, owaid equalizing
tie supply aind nandi, of agricul-
tural products.
Mr. Willia ms osorts having dug'
seventeen igooid ,zL tablie Ipotatoes
(ro t i ne hil
,All N a' ha-I fine sta dl of
'onioIs anJ~I other tieg' i bles fiil
whiic.i her land is t(inb.ouihlya adapt-
em.
M. S. Poore has a two story il.ou(e
erected and i building a .tcmIunntulii:s
kitci e A: Vith t iis" s~Oti' and a
ci |ld l ,, ti.-1. lia h ini.he gives promise
t-I.. kitjra .- h111:[i .(% ii \ hbuil aind
blossoln as thle tnose.
if -.talnii is burning a large
in]erir brick.


remedy at hanbizes
Sol4by L M.are s
and Bayhead,d cine dealers.

BOARDING.

Mrs. L. Sf ne,

r. Bulena Vista ave. & rae st.
GOOD BOARD
At Reasonable Rates!'
ANOTHER GREAT BARGAIN!
$350 Will buy Ten Arc:-rc
Land in the sw qr tof sec. 35, tp 3s.
1 14\v., itl furnished cottage suita-
ble for small family, fenced with
good fence, under high state ofi cuui-
vation, -large assortment of bearing
fir-it trees and vinese, sta bi and out-
honses, farming tools, and good ox
and lighilt wagon.
All Goes for $350!
Address the IUUOY, St. Andrews. Fla.'



PILES soPILE r
is guaranteed to cure PILES,
ai. Co:N'rr TlinTr (iecain, rl .i rotruiaing,
1,. ii l, 4i i. .r I r vn..lit or lon 1.1 i. or m money |
r n-Fr ..* . i'o surgical operation required.
S: i l i. i .-r iferimigs. Send for list of testi-
S11, '. J I.. i,,,i.I. Oly 50 cts. a lox. Forsale
L, ^I 1 -, ., I'rc.l m I ) mail on receipt of price.
maraTiln DY, Fem Plaimacist, Lancaster,Pa,
Sold at St. Andrews Bay, Fla.. at'
At Dr. Mitchell's Drug Store.

SENT FREE
to housekeepers-

Liebig COMPANY'S

Extract-of Beef
COOK BOOK!
S telling how to prepare many deli-
cate and del'iciots dishes.
Address Liebig Co., P:\o. box 2718, New
York. Mention this paper.


'I iis ar i('e \\,ro u i i e ito, l) iughty
wv ( I !I h itli luira SluCCes'-es of ouir
county commissioner chronicled; for
like reason, but a small provirtion of
our tiiiftty and progressive settlers
can be mentioned.
A--
HOW TO FIND OUT.
Fill a bottle or common glass with urine
and let it stand twenty-four hours; a sed-
iment or Settling indicates an unhealthy
condition of the kidneys. When-urine
stains linen it is evidence of kidney
trouble. Too frequent desire to urinate
or pain in the back, is also convincing
proof that the kidneys and bladder are
out of order.
WHAT TO DO.
There is comfort in the knowledge so
often expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp
Root, the great kidney remedy fulfils ev-
ery wish in relieving pain in the back,
kidneys, liver, bladder and every part of
the urinary passages. It corrects inabil-
ity to hold urine and scalding-pain in p 'ss-
Ing it, or bad effects following the use of
liquor, wine or beer, and overcomes that
unpleasant ,necessity of being coimpel!d
to get up n11mn times during the night to
urinate. The mild and the eai'auordin iry
II oftSwamip-Root is soon realized. It
stands th e highest for its wonder 'ful cures
uofthe most distressing cases. Ifvou need
at medicine ou shounl have tle chest. Sold
1)i di -. price fiftycents and one dol-
lar. You mav have a sample bottle and
)amp;iinlt both sent free iy nai.. Mention
ih, BIov and send your address to Dr.
Kilneir & Co. Bill hampton, lN. Y. The
proprietor of this paper guarantees the
genuineness of this offer.

F O IiENT! X

THE GLOVER PLACE
On atsonVt n Payot is offreil fr rent
for ome season v ith .1pivilege or two
To tlie Iiyght party, who w vill take
gomd care of the preminses. here is a

For iaticulars a ly at. Buoy fi
Fer pai licuialrs apply at DuoY uffici.
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SLJI.
IS JUST AS COOD FOR ADULTS.
WAIRANiTED... PRICE'bOcts.
GALATIA, II.LS., NOV.'16,1893.
Parns Medicine Co., St. Louis, Mo.
Gentlemen:--We sold last year, 600 bottles of
GROVE'S TASTELESS CHILL TONIC and have
bought three gross already this year. In all our ex-
perience of 14 years, in the drug business, have
never sold an article that gave such universal satis-
faction as your Tonic. Yours truly,
ABNEY, CARB k& CO

FOR SALE.

Another Bargain in Real Estate.
TheKilberg place, 2 miles northeast
of Parker, consisting of 80 acres fine
timbered land,, being the west half of
the southwest quarter of section 6, tp
4,. rari2'e 13w; 4 acres fenced with
pirket ft.-in: and in cultivation, with
several fruit trees, grape vines, etc.,
and a habitable shanty. Price. $300
partly on time if desired. For particu-
lars address the BUOY.

CL0 THESE LINE
old Fas HANGER.
A new and useful
device which ev ry family will buy, is
sold only through local agents. Simple
strong; can be put up anywhere; securely
holds rope or wire: instant adjustment
and removal of line; no props needed.
Sells on sight Popular price. Agents
wanted everywhere. Exclusive territ6ry.v
Attractive, ter:us. Premiums and profit-
sharing. Anyone may become agent.
Sample pai-r, by mail 25c.
KELSO NOVELTY Co., 5O28 Locust St.,
Philadelphia, Pa.

Geo. S. Hacker & Son,


AHRLESTON, S C.


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cure headache, fever, habitual constipation
and biliousuess. Please buy and try a box
of C. C. C. to-day, 10, 25, IM cents. Sold and
guaranteed to cure by all druggists.
guaranteed to cure by all druggists.


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Louis C. Tetard, Commissioner Wold's
LFouMs C. etard, Commssner W s North-Americana MiTh'i Developing Cempany, Juneau, Alaska.
Fa ir from Mexico,"The Rookery,"Chicago W f
John "hafroth, Representative to Con- Write for pPospicthM*64he
J. M. Bell epreseutativeto Coingress, aA c
g Ms ,epresentativeto Congress, North-Ameian Mining and Developing GOt
Colorado. "
C. C. Clement, Washington Trust Co. 23 UN SQUARE, NEW YORK, U. 8.
Building, Washington, D. C.
Joseph C. Helm, ex-Chief Jumstiee of Agents Wanted Eve.ii nc1" our Stock;
Colorado. Xpe.
Chas, D. Hayt, Chief Justice of Col. res
C. B. Maugham, 219 Times-Herald, rin ,
Chicago, Ill. 1er, swyFriv
Maurice Joyce, Electro Picture, Star er a fTsc
Building, Wabhington D. C. The Suse tion Pir e mO Wt *j
Capt. J. J. Lambert, owner and editor D E M O E0 S 'r u rilY
Chieftain, -uelbo, Col. renr"ed to 1.00O a Ye maga zinerl
S. L. Hilleghman, Tax AgentM.P.R.R., r ,
st. Louis, Mo. .. DEMORESTS t's Family Magazine is nimre. than a Fa1~liou.
R. E. Gowal., Drexel Co., Philadelphia. FAMILY although it giVes the very latest~bome and fo-
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ALASKA-KLONDYKE J


Capital Stock of 600,000 Shares S
of $10 Each- fully paid and -
non-assessabloi of which 250,- '
000 Shares are now offered for ,
subscription at par.
SPECIAL NOTICE .
There are many persous who iii re t
go to the gold fields of Aask ous -
ing season, who have no' eno g re
money available to enable thiun to do so.
To all such, we would advise the desir-
abhiity of forming a local svndicite ort'
tree or more persons, ard joitiv pur- S .
chase 500 shares of our stock, and selea &S
one of your number to go and prospeat "
and mine for joint account.
With parties forming* such syndifites I
this company will coit. ; t s~i,. ooug I dit li
of their number for ea,:i 50(i1 ~)l.Lr
stock purchased from it at par, and Main-
tain such party there for one year from t m
mic" yearo fairck Nostrumt,
plying him with food, tools, and all ili;ngs
requisite to enable him to prospect toi fPoSSM V PfiL Iff lIEEIU I
gold, and with help to develop and work PRES CREFULLY COilPOU E
all good claims located by him .-the 'J .
claims to be located in the inamn of the -ESTER, M, D. DrjL i
syndicate and the ALASKA-KLONDYKE( Go LD -
MINING Co., and to lbe owned jointly ind PY k
equally, share and share alike.
Write for Circular--Full Particulars.
DIRECTORS.
JAMES RICE, late Secretary State of
Colorado;
\lM. SHAW, capitalist, Chicngao;
E. M1 TITCOM, Vice P'resident and Gen- i .
eral Managter East oan Fruit Dispatch
Co.;l Cptain, JAS. LARK.
Ii. C. FASH,inemiber Maritime Exchange, Captai,
New York; /
GEO. W. 'INORkGAN, Circlei City, Alaska;
JON R. LOWTHER, New York Ccola
GEO. T. DURFEE, Fall River, Mass. M bile to arrava Pensaoa St. n r
ADVISORY BOARD.
Hou. L. I1. WAKEFIELD, Associate Jup
I A C, ioO Cptr n d Ea la cRI VE.
tie First District Court, Sout F B yCroi and Apala cl........ .a;
iG handR 11, M Iass. . "
Hon. G. Q. R1CHMOND, late P, or at. m 8;ta t aB i .pa o.... th- d
iourt onfg a ppalsDeer,;l:; zoo Tons Burdeit ,Passenger Capacity 58
Con t uif np es tlis, Den dr, ColA
S. G. UPDEGRAFF, late Treasurer Ly- -
coming county Williamsport, Penn.;
SAMUEL M. iJ3YAN, President Chesa--i '--"- :L I.L-- .-: .
pcake and Potomac Telephone Co.,. .
ashin gton. D. C.; Mobile to ndrwr a nd 5 00 }St Andries Bay4oApalachicola.. 2 50
D ,. R G FIS IE R ', 1,321 M i ehig an av., .... C r,na .,[ -,"
Dr. R. FIS 11 Michign a. Apalachicola .......... 7 0l Carrabelle..-i. .'
Col. p'. HUFlAN, Det roit, ich .." Carracbelle ........... 8 00 Apalachicola to Carrabelle.......
M. 3. 1B. SWIFT; Attotnei y at Law, Fill ra
River, Mass.; EAST BO'JND. WEST BOUND.
ISAAC W. PCOTT, Deputy Collector,' LEAVE. ARRIVE.
Cedar Rapids, Iowa; 5th, 15th and 25th at 7 p.m.. .........Mobile......... 2th, 22d and 2 a.
WM. I. McKN IGHT, Attorney at L aw ,.7th a 27t p... St AndrewsnBayand t...h, 21st and 1t a

The business of the Alaska-Klondyke ARRIVE. LEAVE.
Gold Mining Company will be to run t), 19th aid 29th -.am....... ..Carrabelle... ... Oth, 20th and 30th non
line of steamers on the Yukon River, and, ,
between Seattle and the different orts of
AlaYska, open supply sto-es tt thl' i.r. r Ci_.nnect. at Apalachic.la with steamers up Chattahoochee River. At
out camps, do a general Transportaimoiu CArrabelle with T & G. Railroad for Tallahassee.
Commercial and Banking Business, and, For further information, freight rates and special rates for large partlee
in addition, deal in Mining Cla.is1 ad l APT. AS. r L C BIobile, Alabama.
work the Miuces already owned aid Omit CAPrft.uW ....... .. ,,ft a
may hereafter 1b acquired by thbe Cin- -
SpaT,: I TH T E POPULAR
Thle Com pany ConItrols l ie Fol- l
Eight Gold Placer.chlaimls aggregatini' .
160 Acres in extent, located on Foirty PENS DLA Fla oiwte Waitig Rom of Union D o
Mile Creek, under Unilted States mininTg F aet,
laws. Development has proved the pay the Piaoe for Passengers Coing t and from
streak .to be five feet thick and hats
yielded placer dirtthatrha, s ft ,ur $10 to S T a
$15 ,the pan;-., Fiv .1,J [GS Placer c(i ra. A ,
Itgree t ing 100 Ares i tp fl l- TRooms Comfortable! Terms Reasonable!
$10 to a pan. Ten Gold Placer Claims,
,he estia; an 200 Acres, on- the Tanana
River, plan nin, from $10 to $.MI a yard.
A Fine Gold Quartz Lode in Alaska, .D.
which assiys from $15 o '$500 per:ton.
The lode shows an enormous outcrop of GOI OLD GO
free milling ore, vein at surface being "
twelve feet thick; on this property have
made twelve locations of 1500 feet by 300 We have secured valuable claims in the
feet, equaling 120 acres. WE DON'T CLAIM. A l
IT MIS THE hOTHEIR LODE, BUT WE DO KNooW i' A ka
IS WITHOUT AN EQUAL FOR PIOSPECTIE VAL- aold lds of A l ska
UES.
The estimates and statements above are \ Hon. Chas. D. Rogers, of Juneeau, Clerk of the U. S. District Qot'ttb ,
of necessity based upon information ob-1 Alaska, has staked out claims for this Company in the
tained from our Superintendent, and are HEEP CREEK BASIN and WHALE BAY DISTRI0T8 of- l...
believed and accepted by the company.
This company having acquired exten-e
sive holdings of rich placer and gold
quartz properties, c.apah le of h.eraiing
large dividends on. its stock, offers to in-CAPIA L 5 S R ln EACH
rvostors advantages that insure large and CAPITAL $5,000,000. SHARES $1 EACH
Mr.George W. Miorgan, our superin- FULL 'AID AND 1ONASSLSSABLE
tendent, has bIeen on the Yukoe for the This Company Cives the Poor Mart a Chahe.
past year working in the interest of this I "
company. Therefore, we are not asking as well as the Rich,
any one to contribute to a project un- 'N0 is th e T i'
planned, but to one thoroughly matured. i
This company with its able aids, exton-' Io o
sihe knowledge, and great resources, is To nest your money. $1.00 will buy one share 6o atocl: Inve.tl n'
certain to become one ofthe richest ccm- ilufor: our stock advauce.sl in price. Nbt less than five shai'ee will be
panics operating in Alaska. s ld. We have the best i n men in America- as Directors in this Com
Our president takes pleasure in refer- an Therefore mn s s t
ring you to the following list of references: pany. therefore yurS is safe with us as with your bank. Send
Jas. E. Dewey, Mi1s & Co., Bankers *- money by Post-Office oi der-or registered mail, and you will receive stock
Dafroit, Mich. -by returnnail.


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SomH BAY LIMBR COMPAD

Pi W H::E B ,rAD, FLA.


0. TOIPKIIBS & CO.
-m ARE PREP'AIED Td .FURNISH

R ih 4 ad Dresse
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Jias removed his new a tensive st

OF GENERAL ,ME NTDISE

BacL to his old stand, the Peso s' Store,

PITTSBURG, ON EA BAY
WheI e he invites all old.1 inds and the p
chasing public to call and

EXAMINE IHIS STOCK-AND PRICES
Before Purchasing Elsewhere. All kids
COUNTRY PRODUCE bought and sold,
Pays the ItiyMhe t Prfoe for green Sall
S ALIlATO R HI DES.


G D. HOMPSON. J. G. JOHN;

:THOMPSON & JOHNSON
HAVING PURCHASED AN INTEREST IN THE
Salisbury Lumber company's Mill,
Two MiO s ~asd1f9St. Andrews, are n-ow prepared to furnish first-


S! either Rough or Dressed,
i:~'At f~ NITY'T A'i REASONABLE PRICES.
ALS SHIN.j-TIjE3S AND 2LTEOULTDIC-sG8,
S THOMIPSON & JOHNRON. Proi-roTons. Harrison, Florid



THE ST AN REWS



E oretinoo nra1d a dt Improvaeail

S-0 iOi.p a ny .i


INCORPORATED 00CT. 13. 1891

The purpose of thti Comlpany is to improve the Country adjacent t
Andrews Bay and to
Develop I s Resources as. a Fruit-Growing ,Country.
ru accomplish tias' the Conspany proposes to Sell Lands in tractsof
and.a.half and FiVeAcre-t to such parties only as will improve them b.
roction of HoitSke. Fences and nsch Permanent Inprovements as will enbanc
.aqA ofe*ls i tract so disposed of, and pariicuinrl to r
PIA t t them on t in 'rees, Plants and Vines,.
t there ond iWt in the shortet pradticable time every suAh tract shall be
Source of Revenue to i g tvner.
As TO IRELIABI.ITY' OF--THE COMPANY
The first quest ii which will iiatnrally be asked will be: as this (
auny reliable"? Andi the answer to it is: Air y-gaMir"-inploying the Con
6t aak(iiaprovemenats niay.deposit an'approxim Im en o ct of the estimated c(
the atine with any responsible business man Q alfffdoil h business on the Bay
Bank at their own bhoie to be paid over only when the Compapy shall satisfy
iily ihsirthat the improvements have been made according to ag cement.
The Comipany will not only improve and plant, bi atch and car
*0propelvy en-trusted to its keeping,gunarding against forces es, dishonest pilf
rbr damages from any cause possible to be prevent
Front aspareful estimate of the probable .f and income of a
pantatiot ri6tbhe St. Andrews Bay cotintry a few fiU ,iveo:
Price 6t fa pwl acre, say $2 to $50; cost of cle 0; -ost of plantis
ywar, say $ f eust of cultivation each year thereafc
It i o Dt'OettrwvUan: to estimate that a 1-a rd will on the i
rfmr1 property ultirated, yield $M)0 worth hes nearly or
i same, while figs should do even better than n.a though perhaps a
lbager,.ome ol r~Mh, in coming into profitable Iearin e named pears, apr
nectarines, plum,.pr~tiies, mulberries, olives, Japan p mons almonds En
lnmoa, Japar. cheostnmtts, pecans. and ,..anv other vari .gits and nuts, i
e alMos t certain to Bourish here: while oranges ,an ruits, though not
4rildre4rtadn yieldlarge returns oftener th;n t .
The- Secretary of the CoUmpany will give pa ar attention t,
-wriag letters of iaquiryi.ind the Buoi will in its an;w o correspondent
mts all question asked it..
RWEM E. My E A ihe Company Landi rie sold on
1%us< of yarmem iprormentr menlt ihe paid for a aisa tiel'n v proof is
*at ihe r'rlrk i*ein'rrormd r iE SP O N D EICE O SICITED.
Addresa-R: Ji.'OWV ARD, SWe, A. EIMMONS, Presidein
S. St. Arfirewa Bay,, ia.


re Ior
erers
fruit
ig Ist
third
quite
little
icots,
glish
which
con-
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s an-
Easy
given
t.


7r bFeouJ halfU r sme
S.tow 'ih'ipW f orange 13w.
'welling HouW, i'rie Well, conveieint
outhouse'. Fine Fruit Orchard of Pears,
Prehbes. Plums, etc., and nearly 1,000
SGrape' Vines, all in bearing. If taken
-soor iri be sold 'or
$190001
And the improvements alone-cost' good
deal .more moner. Would prefer eash
doin. Iut miglt give time on one-half the
pamliase money. For full particulars ad-
dress tlihe BBo., St. Andrews Bay, Fla


fflEE TRAL Mem-or weakness and
unnrs de;aV rvous debllty
-1M. 3hk ck 8 3. h at d y ter a Bok &I
s HBBUTISo w -ste.
XW IMPTUTE. L~tt3L=TIJOU.5
17, 1', 01! 1E ieT~T~~t~L~~~tSE0199


THE DREADED
CONSUMPTION,
T. A. Slocum, M. C., the Great Chemist
and Scientist, Will Send Free, to
the Afflicted, three Bottles of
his Newly Discovered Rem-
idies to Cure onsnmp-
tion and all Lung Troubles.
Nothing could be fairer, more philan-
thropic or carry more joy to the afflicted,
than the offer ofT. A. Slocum, M. C.,of
183 Pearl street, New Yo-k City.
Confident that he has discovered an
absolte cure for consumption and all
nary complaints, and to make its
merits known.he will send free,
tbmes 'potles of medicine, to any reader
ofr^ ho sis suffering from chest.
and lung troubles or
ientific course of
.nily cured thou-
Opelss cases.
oniders it his religious
twhiri he owes to human-
ir tale his infallible cure.
0. :ely, is enough tocommend it,
mnd more s the perfect confidence of
the great chenlist making the proposition.
He hus proved the dreaded consump-
tion to bea curable disease beyond any
doubt
Tkere will be no mistake in sending -
the mistake will be in overlooking the
generous invitation. Ie has on file in
his American and Epropean laboratories
testimonials of experience from those
cured, in all parts of the world.
Dontdela until it is too late.. Ad-
dress T. A. Slocarm,. M.- C, 98 Pine
street, New York, and' when writing the
Doctor, please give express and post-
office dresss. and mention reading thi,;
aitk-te iu the Buoy.


then? He-His claim that he hasn't
any.
New York Press: When you think
you oughn't, then you want to; when
you know you can't, then you've got
to.
Needed.
The Little Rock News, comment-
ing on an item about a New York
girl kneading bread with her gloves
tn, says: "We nued bread with our
pants on; we need bread with boots
on, and if our subscribers in arrears
don't pay up pretty soon we shall
need bread without anything on."

Judge: Brickley put his feet into
the steaming water and lay back
with a sigh of satisfaction.
"Ah!" said he, "that makes my
brain ever so much clearer."
"VWhich justifies a suspicion 1 have
held for several years," said the.
perspiring Mrs. B., grimly.


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SGARY INVITES DISCUSSION
Here's aChance for Everybod:
to Assist tn Secelting a Great
Refornn.
Chicago Record,
Postmaster-General Gary expressed
Pleasure at the widespread comment
upon his recommendation for thi
estabiinmellt of postal saving:
-anii and invites further discassioi
o, subject. "If we all put ou
iestea together," the postmaster
General sayS;--"the right plan can be
devised, and that is what the people
want."
rED It is not often that a cabinet offi
eer WmIai.:e.t4Such a disposition to
ulei the desires of the people or
mstt -rs of legislation connected witll
S the development of his department
Postmaster General Gary's request
forla wide-spiead popular exorcssioii
oropiinon on the subject should meet
; withihearty response on tlie part ol
Sthe people. The newspapers have
already performed their duty in the
matter. Labor organizations, too,
ock have very generally given consider-
ation to the subject a.nl ith almost
unanimous voice b ,e asked for pos-
tal banks. It i.mainas nOW for ottier
bodies, especially those repi esenl*Ig
at the commercial interests of thl
country, to give their approval to tiis
agitation, in order that congress may
u|| be as,-u;ed that '.e sentiment oF all
.. -classcs in the nation is vi tuailv
united in favor of the earlv estahl n-
meat of those niuch needed i1i: .i-
tions for the safe-keepin. of the shv-
>of ings of modera;e means. It may Lu
' .true that the commercial and
business classes of the country have
not such an immediate personal ii-
te6d te:esi in the establishment of postal
banks as the 'wage-earneis. But the
commercial portion of the community
cannot afford to manifiest ind;bference
SON. to the well-being and contentment
N o, Lhe working population of the
Y coutnry. Let them d(o what they
can to promotes good feeling at least
y giving tlieir consideration to p-op-
Sosiiolls like that for the establish-
cl~ naentt of postal savings bauks, the
Only objOct of which is to do .soue-
thing for the people, whoie interests
are only too rarely the subject of in-
telligent consideration by lawmakers.

Just try a 10c box of Cascarets, the
a. finest liver and bowel regulator ever made.
Sowed Brordcast.
Detroit Free Press.
I was driving along a lonely road in
southwest Texas one day last month
when 1 came upon a rather remark.
ble scene. A lot of people rigged
out in their Sunday clothes were
gathered in an open field and seemed
to be holding some kind of ceremony,
apparently of a religious nature. One
man, undoubtedly a country preacher,
inudging by his garb and solemn ap-
pearauce, stood upon a stump, and
was just concluding an exhortation
of some kind. Two or three women
oS t. were crying, and the men looked seri-
ious and awkw.rd.
At first I thought I had come upon
Fwo- an open. air meeting of some re-
y the ligious denomination, but I aban-
1'the doned this opinion when I saw two
men drive forth a coupled of mule
,,x team hitched to ponderous hairows
and began to harrow the the soil
.- oy-r a large space of ground in
4Qut of the congregation. While
Cor-._ they were doing this the crowd sang


turil desc ipitiou, and when I drove
down the road andsaw a man sitting
o: the fence. gazing at tLe scene, 1
stopped and asked him what it all
meant.
He took a staw out of his mouth
and pointed with it toward a pile of
white-looking rocks in the center of
the field.
"Right by thar rocks," he said,
'is a new well. Thler Lord seest of
us, pardnei, in a well same as out of
hit."


"Certainly," I said.
e *'A jack rabbit, pardner, is awful
swift; a shot from a '44' hurries
along like, but their hand ov suddin
death is swifter."
"Yes," I said, "has some one been
killed? 1 don't see any corpse.
SWhat are those people doing?"
t 'There are no corpus. pardnor.
SYer may spy their liar' at play, there
t fawn upon the green, but their corpus
ov Jim Sto:linger won't never more
bee seen. Gane, pa-dner, upon their
solemn scene, and say, ef, yer kin,
wh ar is Jim."
'-I don't ki ow the gentleman," I
said, "I don't know whether I see
himi or not."
'Not,' air correct. Ax ov their
wv:!d waves or their buzzad whicl,
so51 aloe', aid they'll likewise re-
pond *not.' Whe:ca. Jim was, lie
is now not. Not any at all. Yer
have maybe heard ov blasting' pow-
de;, and their powerful sudden way it
has ov callin' sinners ter ,repentance.
That there well could a tale unfold
that would makeyer har stand on yer
head like er porkyorpine. Jim was
a digging' ov that well and tler blast
it went oft too soon. Sabe? Yer see
them mule harrers? Well they're
a harreria' in their remains ov Jim.
'This here's Jim's funeral. Jim was
sowed this morning. "

S Sayings of George Eliot.
S The presetice ot a noble nature,
generous in its wishes, ardent in iis
cha i:v, clian;es the light s for n:;
we begin to see tti ags again in 'their
larger. quieter masses, and to believe
that we, too, can be seen and judged
in the wholeness of our character.
Erro s look very ugly in persons
of small means-one feels they are
taking quite a liberty in going as-
tray; whereas people of fortune may
naturally indulge in few delinquein-
cies.
The golden moments ini the stream
of life rush past us; and see nothing
but sand; the angels come to visit us,
and we only know them when they
arc gone.
Heaven knows what would become
of our sociability if we never visited
people we sjeak ill of; we should live,
like. Egyptiain hermits, in crowded
solitude.
The greatest of painters o ily once
painted a mysteriously divine child;
he couldn't have toldhow lie did it
and we can't tell why we feel it to
be divine.
"God biess you" is the'old-fash-
ioned summing up ofsincero af-
ection, without the .least smirk of
stupid civility.
All t. e learning' my father ever
paid for was a bit birthh at one end
and the alphabet at the other.
Veracity is a plant of paradise,
and the seeds have never flourished
beyond the walls.
I've never any pity for conceited
people, because I think they carry
their comfort about with them.
I desire r.o future that will break
the ties of the past.
Shreds and Patches,
Sen ca: The greatest remedy for
auger is delay.
Disraeli: There is no education
like adversity.
Philadelphia Times: A lawyer is
the only one that is glad there are so
many trials in life.
Philadelphia Record: She-What
do yon consider his greatest fault,


WIVinttdi TI'i T-WOITHY and' ACT
IVE gen tle ren or `dies t travel for re-
spo, sible, e-tab~e cl b'-,,' in l'li'hi.
MonIthly ; and expenasi. I'jesilio )L
steady. Reference. Enclose -,.lf-ad-
dressed stamped envelope. Tile Do-
minion Company, Dept W. Chiicago.


SPTrIha never .. e t atime wh-n gro--
'r ,hulI guard agaIns ltaiajre Atih bmore
tre 'mn.hr. has n. v'r tolo a rme wi it.
&tu'a i ,,; kL ti F, e s te".,,I al'hc og
vr rbn bet. Fr "salalo by I-aditng
dealers everywhere. Insist on having them.
FERRY'S SEED ANNUAL
Is full of information for gardeners and
planters. There will never be a hettr time
hau now to send f,'r thbe1R97 edition. Free.
D M. Fer ry&Co., Detrolt. Mlch.


G W

and deiv
If you need


A SECTIi

Of St. A
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We have il enients by
cov hiles -Lure
of territory, e ( ai uinhati
Company's Trat, al.s, llaR i ison,
'Parker, Croiunntou, andt adjacent
country, for -
O E DOLLAR.
Or given for 5 cash yearly subscriptions.
By the aid of this map the location of
lands purchased of the Cincinnati
Company can be easily ascertained,
or, parties may send us $1 and their
description and we will locate theii
lots and return the Map by mail.
Address THE tSUOY,
St. Andrews. Fla.
For 5 cash subscribers, we will give as
a premium, I Sectional Map of the Bay
country, or Map of the City of St. An-
urews. Either man sold singly-$1

A MAP
Of the Citv of St. Andrews,
Gotten up with g;:at care by the
publisher, who has :spared no pains
to prepare for thej i- a map .f
St. Andrewsa it really is. It shows
about
FOUR MILES OF COAST LNIE,
Extending eastward fiom Dyer's
Point, taking in the Old 'J'own site of
St. Andrews, and gives ,:c:atirn of
public business places, private esi-
dences, docks, etc., alsc every lot in
each block and the adjoining addi-
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same,--
The Map will show owners of lots
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Size of Map 30W50 Inches.
The BUOY wi, send his map to any
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utterable things.
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Griffin, tugging nervously at his
mustache.
"I am awfully] o'd, I assure you,"
she went on. I've seen twentv-th e
s umers."'
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responded Grifin, earnestiv.
"What! Glasses at 23? Ohl, Mr.
Griffin!"
"Yes, your eyesight must be bad."
'I'm Bttre Id-n'tjnow, whlvyou
should think so,"'he pounad.
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and looking for a safe exit nlean-
while, "I'm afraid about twenvt
summers have gone by without your
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