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 30, 1897
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: VID00186
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33065309
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First Last, and all the



(Washington Count

West Florida
' Against the Worldi


v ^


NO. 401


R n~it",s- Hon. Sam'l Pase-'IMonticello,
ir S. R. .Mallory, Pens aeola.
' e.'reseth .lives-lst District, S.M. Spark-
,nan. 'inap;: a 2d District, -R. W.
DAvis, Palatka: ..
oid -Olice-Register. .J M. Barco;
Re:: iver-N DI Wainwright, Gainesville
'.vernor-W. D. Bloxham; Secretary of
SStatee, J. L. 'ral'ord; 'easiirer. J. B.
Whiffiild; Attorney General Wri. B. La
mlar ; Comptroller, W Hi Rey'nidlds; Si.-
eriiitendent f P'ublid Instruction, W.
N. Sheats; Commissioner of Agricul-
ture, 'L. t. Wombwell; Adjaiant de -
eral, Patrick Houston. Tallahassets
Piral District-S. R. Mallory. Pensa:jiil
Second' Distr;ct,Samnuel Pasco Monticello.
Twenty-fifth District--J. B. Clarke, We-
representative, S. M.Robinson,Chiplev,
County Judge, D. D. Melvin, Vernon;
Clerk of Court, County Clerk, Recorder
pf Deeds, W. B. Lassitter, Vernon;
Sheriff, C. G. Allen, Chipley; Treasurer,
R. C. Horne, Chipley; Tax Collector, A.
Q. Jones, Vernon; Tax Assessor, W,
i3. Gainer, Econfina; Superintendent
bf Public Instruction, W. Li, Locky;
tbhiley; Surveyor, Thos. Collins, Chip-
'istice of the Peace. W. I. Singleterry;
Notary Public, Deputy Circuit Court
Llerk: W. A". Enimons: School Super-
Visor, R. F. Brackin; Post Master,Dr.
W. G Mitchell.'
Postmistress, Mis. M..B. Jenks.'
'mtinsferaLid Notary PubkicWi H.
'ostmistress; Mrs Haesselhorg;
AnDEBasQf. *.
Postmaster 9; W. Andei-a
Postmaster, Mis. t.- Gay. "
Postmaster: Martiii Post.
FARMidt. .
Postmasi ; W. F. Woodford. ..
PostmistressrMrs.'Dyer. .
Posmssanter, Pi N. HutchinsM .

Zotjries, E. Mosher, Eank F .asLiu,
Postmaster, W. M. CL911in ; ; Coun
ty Com ilssiuiMer, rH. -M. Splter-
Lepuutv Clerk of Courts. T. Walkley
r[ E 1.1, l 10(T .. "
lNna, d.i l rtnsn and It,:n' I u, t unn,
pastor. Preaching at 11 a. 1 m..and' :3:i
p. it. eieriy lternste Sunday. *
Y. P. S. C. E.-Prayer meeting at the
Preshyterian church every S'unday after
d ,on at 3:30 o'clock. All ae invited.
Bal.ist-Churcb,/ border of Wyoming
avenue and Qinciinn i street. Church
c nfferer i t urday before* first Suinday
t 4 p. m. Sunday school every SundAvy at
:30 a.m. Preachbg.'second and fourth
Sunday in each uialuft. Rev. J,1'. Sogith,'
pastor *
vPreslhyterianD-Churehi ,orneL Loraine
avenue an'd Drake street.
attholic-OhurEJi corner Wyoming ave-
ine and Foster street
The northern rmait, ria And~ersou, Gay,
Bayhead and Chipley departs every d"ay_
except Sunday" .at 3:00 o'clock; a.-m.'
arrives every dav except Sunuaa at
7:40 p. in.:
;)tst Bay.mail for Harrison, Cromanton,
Parker, Farindale and Wetappo, leaves
St. Andrews going east every morning
pt 6 o'clockand leaving Wetappo at
1 o'clock, arrives, coming west every
evening at 7 o'clock.
S (Incorporatod Nov. 7, 1886.)
SCHEDULE OF RATES:-For each five
minutes, or fraction thereof, use of
Between St.Andrews Bay & Gay .... 10e
Bayhead 150
< "a Chipley. 25c
Chipley & Bayhead........ 15c
Bayhead&Gay.......... 5c
For transmission by telegraph 10c.
extra, not including telegraphic service.
A. J. GAY, Gen'l Mgr.
ar.. I


Lodge No. 142

Regular Communi-
cations on Saturday,
on or before each full
SVisiting Brothers

W. Em6oN. Secretary.

<'(puti. i'r.cuit Court Clerik and No-
tary Pii'lic for the State at Large; has
jurisdicfti6i to administer oaths, take
aifficavits; iegalize ackuowledgments,
etc., anywhere in orida. Special at-
tention given to land conveyances and
to martiag6 services, and license issued
to lawfully qualified parties. Office at
the BUOY Office, St. And'rews Bay .

Homeopathic Physiaein, initd Ac-
coucher. Office Pioneer Drug Store,
corner of Shell avenue and Michi-
gan street,
St.. Andrews Fldrida

Physician and Druggist, P'ostoffice Block,
Offers his professional services to the
citizens of St. Andrews and vicinity.
Residence on Buena Vista avenue.
Notary Public.
Will attend promptly to all Iushiess de-
manding his attention. Office on Bay-
tlw street, one block northeast of T
dti -.- r.A'.V;- asl "

One "ollar a Year ii Advance.

)isplav ad rate 50c per inch'pet montb
Position and extraordinary condition
rates subject to sDecial anreenenIf.

Not yet a day's lent in thy throne!
Thodi with the m-rry eyes and clear
And joyous voice of adilcot tone!
Hail, hall to thee,,thou strong of limb!
Our praise i thine, 0 youthful king!
For thou art pure of w, *e and'sin;
Thy young hand- /lt blessings
The monarch who is laid arwa.y
Within the catacomb of year.
Was harsh and ruthless in his.d-.-
Seemed less to love our joys than
We look for blessings manifold,
New Year, from'thy pure, sinless
hand -
We trust thy heart will ne'er grow cold
Toward us--and our n e land!
Bring healing Sfit h irart-, now sore
From wounds the cruel old yea ade
The veil of peacefulness raw 'er
The woes at each he~t th hold laid
We cannot love a trunt ki4g-
Our hearts refuse to loyal be
Toone who takes delight, to fling
Upon our hearts keen misery!
BP kind to us-that we may say,
When comes the time for thee to go,
"O darling year, we grieve to-day,
Because we all have loved you sol"

WORKINOM.EN who voted for sound
money last year in the belief that it
would be for their advant e in the
ii;aiter of earnings; will f themi-
selves fully' jtntiffedl in thaaiir'.,.
Reports from tll parts of the iitty
shew a marked increase in un. as at
the presenit tilme, t'hile tlis increase
I1 tlie number of people ciimnhil'l
was felt i niin edlile:'y aitter il e itsi,!i
uo tu i elmil i;.'. e t- '. a sin.1.v I
h1ouuianidt einplyee, of ,a single steel


1 F I a


New Year's Customs hat are
Now No More.
Philadelphia Press.
How times change and change us?
Or is it the other way round?
What a bean or belle of twenty
years ago would recognize the New
Year's of today as the same festival
they celebrated in their prine could
tlie come back to take a peep? Yet
twenty years is a very short time in
which to let die and utterly forget a
custom so widely spread and univer-
sally adopted as was "the old fash-
ioned" New Year's calling.
'Tis only the bud of recent blos.
som, the youth of callsw years, who
does not remember something of the
good, old fashioned New Year's, of
the preparation tor it and the grand
final upon the day itself.
The custom of New Year's calling
originated in this country with the
Dutch in New York state. The na-
ture of the day, the clearing off of old
accounts and the hopeful beginning
of the new trial of ile made New
Year's day for the interchange of
;eLd i.ly meetingss aid good wishes
te ci ,ilize world oarhJ,4t tn no
co l did the ,triendly visiting
cry.I into suc a hard and fast
busi ria Pf he United
Stat s, anil hNetw York,
where so I ~re the war
New Year'h. into a formal
day given ove' i rmal calls.
From New the fever spread,
and back i x.ixtes and early
seventies tht eW v Year's was
new and e o with all the
zest .,f no\v, Vomen divided off
inti) groI 'I s',e one, gener -lly the
IO-. 0 -.tithe best hni,4se I r re-
eci'ing, ~g her several' Inenid-',
to close tliie hioi'es and rec le wit i
her. I A .
There wa vervy c conc'iv:ble kindll
ot et gni i, Ir'',i a Min rny pir-.
1 ,r, presided over by a mother and'

establishment at her daughters, a tiny table in one

Pittsburg have received an increase corner, with fruit cake, coffee and
o: ten per cent. of wages, onle hon- chocolate to be offered by the hos-

sand operatives in the iron aif l~steel
plants at Youngtownt-and Ne 3.tastle
Have received a similar crease,
twenty-five thousand emplloyees in
the manufactories of New England
have been given an increase of twen-
ty per cent. in their wages, and num-
erous other incidents of this sort
show that the people made no mistake
"when they concluded that it was
sater to stick to the legitimate in the
currency matter th,.n to venture ex-
periments with system which con-
fessedly proposed r,,lse of 'i depre-
ciated money metal, I.'\ Ihbay don't
don't have to alopt the high tariff
policy othe republican party, either.

Cleveland's ,Good Teaclling'.
Geo, Douglas Buddecke, in Belford's
Let democracy. but follow Mr.
Cleveland's teaching tlht "party
honesty is party expediency," and it
will flourish and gain victqAjes as

long as free government

Judge Bonifay- -
The officials of -
Nashville system
Judge F. "---' -
Commission, -
appointmint g, ,
faction. During
ley's term as land ctll


ville &
or, the

Judge was his trusted a- nt and
in fully acquaintectwith the iess
of the office.

High Complimentt- o sO'immen.
On the i 5twi -u- .t.i -_,Capit. .J. El.
O'Briein of Pensascila v was ,ilerted
'Priesidelit ,of the A, i;can Pilots'
Association at tle -meeting of the
a-.,cilation at Waihington, D..C.
Mr. O'Brien, probably hIs contribu-
ted more to the success of the as-
sociation than any other man, and
the compliment isa richly deserved

A New Riile About mpnorts
N.Y. Commercial Advertiser.
Under the new tariff regulations
every piece of goods im tnp(,oted is
marked with the name of the coun-
try from which it has come. In this
way we can rmtak6snre of the authen-
tciiy bf r igB tim"d draperies, glass
and bLric-i-bra,-; 'ielveta anid. furni.
ture; 'i-hich we are alwaysassured
came direct from Austria or Africa,
Russia or France.,

tesses themselves t) their few but
mirtlhitfl guests, to an imposing
force, 1.2 string, oi the city's proud-
est mati ons, h, one of the city's state-
liest maitsitsm, hiemmied in by an
eves increasing rsh of men, calling
upon one or d -of his hostesses
and through I introduction meet-
inig the others.
C..ristlmasi, i urse, always did
stand first in i est, but from a
pur y social viewv the fasci-
nat tis of N Year' day were
ha dly seco to it. For weeks
ahead the rilsniud women gossipDped
about tlhe minute.st details connected
with the day. Drisses8k ere ordered
or made at home. The question of
making up a succosstul reception
committee was gone into and settled,
and then as the day _approached tihe
men, paying a last call before New
Year's upon this or that "fair"
would be tol Ithat she would receive
on Jan. 1, at home or elsewhere, and
ani hoped to see it.
When the final preparations were
seen to, famous old family receipts
were hunted up, and almost every
home of thie simple, order upon :.h,
first of the year offered of its store to
the delighted guests the especial dish
for which it was famed. 0) sters
were pickled or turkey boned, and
jellies and cakes made, coffee or
chocolate served, and generally truit

cake and wine.

Tae table was set

either iff to one side of the parlor
Swhen i, grea" curo .- was expected
oer in thlI' dliuit g r,';irui wh-n space
Was v' ill ua ie
Slie'n tihe G.a) arrived, the women
dressed in full evening attire, the
lious' was closed tight and illunii-
natedo turning day iniu'night. All
was ready for the first4all by noon,
and here let us lBave o gay women
of a quarter of.a cern:u gjo. and see
whattlie mien were aW
As is usual th.in m~ t spent much
time and thought be orelhand on the
doings ot tie dta than did lthe
'women. They mad out their lists,
ma te up small pi' iy of trn., two to)
four, when these Tits coincided suffi-
ciently well a' o names and locali-
ties, and too a' carriage together to
do the routi
Sonmetin s they'Wonuld hma,'e special
cards engraved, bearing the name of
ancha and onma alnrnnvilu'ta i nr'

Year's wish, leaviiig one card for
each woman upon whom the party-
called. There are but few of these
old New Year's cards now extant,
yet they are to be found among the
relics of the past, possessed by some
of our old families, from whom a
dozen moving il as many years
have not stolen all the old land.narks
of the family history. Generally the
man, who had ady special friend,
sent flowers to be worti or to add to
the brilliancy of the scene within
doors. This done, hin' duties of pte-
paration were over. At 12 o'clock
the army of callers were ready, each
wearing his dress suit, perhaps the
only time in the year when it ever
saw the light of day, and armed with
a plan of operation, they took the
field, and the battle to be fought was
in many ca-es a hard one.
Men made from only a few calls to
as many as 200 or 300 as circunm-
stances might decree, and the length
a:d style of the call varied accord-
ingly. Old friends would drop in
and have a comfortable talk v ith
every one,be the useful man about
the room for an hour or two, then
move on, or men would merely leave
their cards, it was all the same
thing, a New Year's call, and so long
Ls a card was brought in person no
slight could be felt.
It was tlie custom that each gue4t
should be offered some refreshmie.at.
the weather was generally coll,
colder then thini now, andI heating
drinks were most acceptable, but
even the oldest warhorse could nlot
go eating and drinking in ever,'
house of a possible 200, yet with a
charming girl offering it to you it
was hard-nay. imposi ilel-t a e-
fuse. So the unfortun.ite men ate,
'drank and were merry, often ti their
niibseiiqueit conf.'ll-ijn anIl sliham1.
So with Amiericautiextiava ance
hB_f.'*llJ,,. ,hlie Nw i,-.' .q i --
tior. on from year to year to a ex-
treme, under which men sta.eredt
,with the weight of the calls that
must be paid, and the effectFf the
health that must be drunkk and the
women groaned over the expense and
labor. Something must stern the
tide. and tile successful dam proved
to be a tiny little wicker basket.
First on one and then on many door
bells appeared a daint) basket tied
with ribbons and rosebuds. Its
meaning was clear, the ladies were
not "at home," and the men drop-
ped in their cards and passed on to
other and more hospitable doors.
It was the beginning of the end. In-
stead of g)ii.g the rounds together a
hundred calls would be divided into
four lots and four men, each taking
a district, would leave the necessary
cards. The whole thing degenerate.l
into the mere she'll of n former cus-
toni-men grew tired of the "dainty
basket" substitute or' the women
tliey wished to see and finally they
were no longer necessary. Uncle Sam
carried the New Year's wishes from
house to house, and the old New
Year in Philadelphia and New York
was dead.

Origin of Uriftmaking'.
Chicago Herald.
Etronnes 'the French call gifts for
Jan. 1. The word is a Frenchified
version of the Latin "strena,' signi-
:j ing a gift of good smen. We are
told that at the ratification of a pa ace
treaty between the Romans ani the
S biiies Ronmulus presented Titus

Tatius with boughs and branches of
trees as a sign of good will and
friendship. According to some an-
thorities, tlie gift, or strena, owed its
name i Ithe fact that the boughs
of which it was composed were cut
iri a wood sacred to the goddess
Strenia. It is rather more likely,
however; that tile custom of present-
ing freshly gathered boughs as a to-
ken of good will preceded the eleva-
tion cf the divinity and the dedica-
tion of certain woods in thi neighbor-
hoo.l of Rome to her. Anyhow, the
Roman strena and the French etrenne
are synonomous and shard with our
plain United State's New Year's gift
the distinction of offerings made ow
the threshold of a new era, bringing
future luck to giver and recipient

A bird in the hand is worth two in
the bush, but this is not the opinion
of the bird.

The silence which ensued was mosi
profound. Every one could plainly see
the importance of this latest develop-
ment and how, by accidental circum-
stances, the net was being- drawn
around the witness. Mr. Barnes him-
self was considering how strange it was
that this young girl, who had not hesi-
tted destroy evidence which might
implica some one, presumably her
lover, uld, by the merest chance,
have beethe very one to produce the
most crime l~ting proof against him.
The thoughts all were suddenly dis-
turbed by the vice of Virginia herself,
who stood u defiantly and with the
mark of strong reso e stamped upon
her features. e oke in measured
words, and her vo' emed dead to al)
sense of feeling eed it son
only like an echo natural
"Stopl" said s his has
enough 1"
"What doyou ean?"'
squire quickly, ee
startling develop
"I mean that y
weaving a web ar
"Ah, then you
"I dol I killed my
This statement natu
wildest excitement.
present seemed not t
These were Marvel
Barnes. The for er
and buried I
vent to a pas te
The latter re me
as Virginia he
marble image.s-
faction, however, see ut
his features. Burrow, e
intently on the faca uror,
while immensely ast d himself,
was convinced of tl act-hat Mr.
Barnes had only hea what he had all
a l iected. As on as the common
Ton caused b Mliss wis' statement
had subsided somewhat Mr. Tupper re-
"Miss Lewis," said he, "you have
just made a most astounding confession.
But you may not know that you are not
the first who has donW'so today. This
being the case, howeve4we cannot but
accept your words cautiously."
"Do you mean that y, doubt my
"How can I be sure thayou are tell-
ing the truth when you acnse yourself
of murder?" Virginia bi her lip and
was silent.
"Come," continued th lawyer, "take
the stand again and repeat under oath
what you have just declared."
"What use to be sworn?" replied the
girl scornfully. "You would not believe
me any more."
"Do you refuse to swear?"
Oh, no, since you make a point of
it." She stepped upon, the pfor
"She will stop at nothing to her
lover," muttered Mr. Barnes un is,
breath. -
Mr. Tupper asked:
"Do you still persistfrn yout- state-
ment that you killed your uncle?"
"I do."
"How did it occur?"
"When I returned from my meeting
with Mr. Marvel, I attracted the notice
of my uncle, who, coming from his
room, knocked on my door and called
me into the parlor. I went in, and he
asked me where I had been. I told him,
he became violent, and we quarreled.
My pistol was on the mantel where I
had left it, and in a moment of rage I
grasped it and fired."
"How was your uncle attired?"
"As he was found, of course.
"Did he die instantly?"
"I do not know. I left the room at
Once. "
"How many times did you fire?"
"In making this .statement you de-
siro to be believed?"
"I do." .
"Then show me the piece of paper on
which your uncle wrote the name of
his murderer and which I am sure you
have about you."
If Mr. Tupper expected her to refuse,
he was doomed to disappointment.
Without a moment's hesitation she
drew it out and handed it to him. He
read it and seemed puzzled. Then, turn-
ing to Virginia, he said:
"This paper reads, 'If I am dead in
the morning, my murderer is Walter
Marvel!' How does that agree with
your confession?"
"You forget that there are,
wounds. My uncle wrote that afte're-
ceiving the first!" .
Mr. Tupper had not expected js re-
ply, and the possibility of 1ieing
true disconcerted him. 7

"How do you know this?" ie asked.
"During the quarrel wAich I had
with my uncle he told me of the wound
he had received from the lawn and
charged gy lover with the crime. It
was at ais moment that, overcome
with anger, I shot him."
"When did you find the paper?"
"In the morni I think I have
said enough and wilg 'Ii She step-
ped from the stand Jesumed her
seat on one of the benl .
"There is no more dence to be
brought before y~ j lemen," said
the district attorney, dressing the
jury, "and no. .ore'w~itnesses. There-

P (:R P (T4 g, So S.

r. 197. B'VY J T4AM'A so. s.
lore mne nexi step aSon to consumer
what your verdict thi, be. However, I
should like detain you a moment
that I may p one or two things
which I th t rot be overlooked
in render cliion. u first, there
is the ma he loket. If Miss
Lewis tells truth, how did that
trinket com e in the hand of the
dead man, en Mr. Marvel admits
that it wd his possessiola on that
night? It is plain that Alisa wisa was,
ignorant of this latter.-fict, for other-
wise she world have r oppressed that, as
she evidently at first meautto do with
the paper. This- -otrt another
point. It must be ted hat her
first and her second nies nre widely
different and that the eecoud was not
offered until she saw' nir si ng
the medaTlOn had proved to her lr,
MarveL "One more point-her pis-,
Shas I :t one empty chamliberin-iL
rt. .hat it was on the mantel.
'was seen to firb some weapon
window. If it was not this
s-become of the one which

addressed the jury in a
words, especially warn-
hink well over their ver-
g them to be most care-'"
ug the commission of so
to any one without thor-
ing all the evidence that
ght before them, much of
d, he declared, was of a
ing nature. Finally be sent
n adjoining apartment for
on. In about an hour's time
a brought in titat a conclusion
n reached, and, the jury having
re ed, the foreman announced the
following verdict:
"We find that the deceased, John
Lewis, came to his death from a gun-
shot wound at the hands of his niece,
Virginia Lewis, the latter having open-
ly confessed the commission of thb
3rime." 4 /
Although the verdict had been antici-
pated by the majority of those who had
been present throughout the examina-
tion, all were nevertheless horrified,
even though they admitted its justice
in consideration of the evidence. There
were some, of course, who stoutly main-
tained that Virginia was innocent, but
they were chiefly her most intimate
friends. These proclaimed themselves
to be in a position to judge better than
those who did not know her so well
Unhesitatingly they asserted that hpr
whole life and character made it utter-
ly preposterous to harbor a suspicion of
a crime of so heinous a nature. Said
one, "Does an' innocent girl become a
hardened criminal in a moment?" But
others gravyy shook their older heads
tnd readily recalled instances where
equally Jrespectabe .individuals had
een pr ved grifty of m rder. After
horrible as/it is tdtake life, yet,
viewed from a certain standpoint,.a-mr-
der is less dishonorable than-tt4eft. One
-who would scorn cveat tdo tell a lie
might yet in anger or under great prov-
ocation unhesitatingly send another to
his last account. oMQp ctahty ia_
scarcely a defense agf~ st--'ah-arge of-
The town of Lee is in Strafford coun-
ty, and the county seat is Dover. Here
the grand jury mLuts, ald here the trial
would take 1Nace if there should be one.
Squire Olney. t the termination of the
inquest, therc declared that Virginia
must be tak Dover on the follow-
ing day, toge the record of the
evidence whir o urse be pre-
enuted to t]l jury. It was de-
aided that she Id pass the night nat
the residence i squire, who would
personally driz 7-' r early in
the morning. in all his life-
time had nev placed in a posi-.
tion so pain '.nuself and so trying
to all his pr- morality of his
town. It waSb Lh to have a mur-
der, but that 1! guilty party should be
a woman, and sae the most respected
and admired male in the town, was
simply terrine.
As soon as Mr. J3Brnei-learned of the
disposition to be made of the prisoner,
for such she was to be considered now,
he dBr:niied to reek rest at the ear-
liest possible n1uome!:. fishing to go
an to Riverside atl'd nrte-- tha raonr--
wliichald been provided for Burrowvs,

te sou for that young man,. but could
gnd hi ox 'ere. He.was somewhat
tannoye fis, as he wished to talk
with hi 'e of tihe points brought
out inthe nation. Finally, con-
cluding ,tha ows must have gone -
io the farm, t was' already after
}dark, he decide i go" there also, and
b u t a f e w r o d s w h e 0 o 'v ~ t o o k J 6 h n
Lewis and, reoogniz him, said:
"Ah, Mr. Lewis, a f going to the
farm?" r
"lam, and, suppose' hat you would
put up there for theC I have wait-
ed to join you as yZ passed. I could
not see you at!the moment when the
inquest ended r gypuwere speaking to
the squire.''
S"Yea I wish'to know what would
be done with Mis Lewis. She will stay
at the squire'! use tonight and be
taken to Dover- he morning." :Y-
The two men wkced along for some
little distance wfit;iut sucaking, uptil

at length Lewis broke the silence, and
when he did so Mr. .Barnes noticed that
he spoke very earnestly, as though the
subject concerned him nearly. At first
it seemed to the detective that this in-
terest was more than was natural but
then he recalled to mind the fact that
the girl was a relative, and as 'such
would of course attract his sympathy.
"Mr. Barnes," began Lewis, "what
do you think of the result of the in-
As I have already etattd, Mr. Barneo
Was most careful in forming definite
opinions, and he was still inerb so in
giving expression to them. He felt a
double need of caution at ihis time and
determined rather to discover what his
omipanton thought than to commit
himself by any direct reply to this lead'
ing question.
"Well," he responded, "what 6thei,
verdict could you look for under thd
"I suppose none Nevertheless a
stigma has been placed on that girl
which she does not deserve. At least,"
he continued quickly, "that is my opind
"You mean that you think Miss Lew-
is is innocent?"
"I do decidedly."
"Will you tell me you i'reasors?"
This was exactly what Mr. Barned
most desired; that some 6ne sliuld de-
fend this girl to him. Thereforeif i i
the subsequent conversation he seemed
to be accusing her it was no evidence
that he himdel- thought her guilty, but
only that such a course was the one
best calculated to draw out the strong'
gest iirguments in her favor which might
occur to Lewis. Mr. Barnes was wise
enough not to underestimate the abil-
ity of any man. Very often in his ex-'
perfence most valuable hints had been
given to"him by persons from whom he
had least expected assistance.
",I will try," said Lewis in reply td
Mr. barnes. "Of course I was present
at the entire inquiry. I was not needed
on the witless stand, as all that I could
have.-testified to would have been the
discovery of the body, and that was not
deemed of sufficient importance by the
squire. As the deceased was my own
father, it is but natural that I should
take a great interest in seeing the b fin:'
avenged. I therefore listened most at-
tentively to all that was brought out in
the examination of the several witness-
es. And it is just this that Inakes mei
feel so sure that Miss Lewis is actuatr d1-
more by a desire to shield some one else
than by any other motive."
"Ah, but who is she shielding?
You must remember that she is doing a
'very daugdrxow thing wLcn sho aWcoude
herself." '
"Miss Lewis is a much cleverer wo-
man than you may believe her to be,
and she knows well eniogh that she is
nno ieal danger. She has confessed.
What of that? When she is made to ap-
pear in court, sbe will retract this con.
fession. Then how will you convict!
her? What evidence is there against her
besides .her own words?, $he will tell
you that she was excited, that she did
not realize what she was saying. What
will you be able to do? She is awomani

There stood Burrows examining '
and the sympathy of the jury will bei
in her favor. American j~iies are pro-:
verbially lenient toward her sex. She'
will be acquitted, but where will you t
real criminal be? In some foreign land,"!

Worn Out?

SDo you come to the close of
theday thoroughly exhausted?
I Does this continue day after
day, possibly week after week?.
Perhaps you are even too ex-
hausted to sleep. Then some-
ting is wrong. All these
things indicate that you are
suffering from nervous ex-
haustion. Your fertes need
Sfeeding and your blood en-
rilching. ^ ;

SScott's Emulsion

of Cod-livetf Oil withHypo-
phosphites of Lime and Soda
Contains just the remedies to
meet these wants* The cod-
tiver oil gives the needed
strength, enriched the blood,
feds the nervts,and the by-
pophosphites give them tone
and, vor. Be sure you get
SCOrYI- Emulsion.
ldruggists; 5., and $.* o.
SCOTT & BOWNE, Chemist, New York.
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NOmT.-It must he remembered that the
lInd is not a wholly reliable motive pow-
er and if the sailors sometimes find it im-
-Josible to make schedule time it mus t )be
starged to the elements; they do the best
they can.

The Cleopatra arrived Wednes-
day night from Pensacola with sev-
eral passengers auid her customary
heavy cargo of freight. 8he sailed
for Pensacola again Monday night.
The Gannet. which some feared
was lost in the gale that wrecked
the Alice, came in in good shape,
and left for Pensacola again Monday
mi T b

4 :fho Alph. a .-rrivel. rnom NLuue
Monday evening with three passen-
gors for St. Andrews and loaded to
the guards with freight, and having
discharged that which was destined
for St. Andrews, proceeded to Apa-
lachicula and Carrabelle at breik f
rday Ttesday.


Carries the East Bay Mail between St.
AndrewP Bay, Wetappo and intermedi-
Ate points. Leaves Rt. Andrews daily
"' except Sunday) at 6:O a. m.; arrive at
Wetappo at 12:30 p. n).; leave WetAppo
at 1:00 p. m.; arrived at SI. Andrews at
7:30 p. m. Makes landings regularly at
Harrison, Cromanton, Parker, Pitts-
burg and Farmdale. For passenger aIi
fr*ight.rates, see rate card in the ser-
oral postoffifices.
DAVID M. WITHEaRII., Colntractor.

Leaves St. Andrews Bay every Tuesday,
leaves Pensacola every Friday,
(weather permitting). Special titten-
tion will be given to receiving and'
forwarding freight tor narties living on
,East and North Bay, passengers s 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. WAs. & Co., Agrs

A Week's Weatiher.
The following tal;lne shows what -the
temperature at St. Andrews has been
during the past week, from observations
laken at the Bloy office each morning
and noon:

'hutorday;:...... Dec 23
Friday.......... 24
Saturday........ 25
Sunday.......... 36
Monday...... .. 27
Tuesday........ 28
Wednesday......, ": 29



K E P your blood pure, your appe-
tite good, your digestion perfect
by taking Hood's Sarsaparilla, which
has power to keep you WELL.

Wlhen a man; marries a penniless
girl hle takes her at her face yal-

A Woman's Best Friend,
Is Dr. Coonley's famous Orange Lily. It
Is a guaranteed CUBE for painful periods,
leachorthoea and all female troubles, by
an APPLIiD TREATMENT. It cures where all
other remedies fail.: We want every
offering woman to, use this wonderful'
remedy, and will send, FREK Ol cHARGa, a
valuable' Medical- Health Guide, and
TRIAL TREATMENT upon receipt of yotr ad-
dress. What more can you ask? Write
at ance and cure yourself AT HOME, with-
out a doctor Price $) for full month,
treatment. If your druggist does not
keep it, send $1 direct to the Coonley Med-
eal Institute, Detroit, Mich., and receive
it by return mailall charges prepaid.
Mention this paper when you write.

N otice.
Any one now having the Last Will and
Testament of Wallace R. Madison, who
died on the 8th day of May., 1894. at the
home of R. E. Howard, at Harrison,
Washington county, Fla., is hereby noti-
fied to bring said Will and Testament
forth for probation within the next six
weeks, after which it will be null and
void. Mrs. CLARK P. SLADE,
Dated, Nov. 17, 1897. Ashford,Ala.
Is hereby given to all parties holding
claims against the estate of John Con-
stantine, late of Washingtox county, de-
ceased, to present them to ine under-
signed administrators within twelve
momit: s from the date hereof, or the same
will be barred bh the statute of limita-
tion. Wr. L SINGLETARY, Adiur.
April 14, 1897.

Totter, Salt-Rheum and Eczema.
The intense itching and smarting inci-
dent to these diseases is instantly allayed
by applying Chamberlain's Eye and
Skin Ointment. Many very bad cases
have been permanently cured by it. It.
Is equally efficient for itching piles and
a favorite remedy for sore nipples;
chapped hands, chilblains, frost bites
"ad chronic sore eyes. 25 cta. per box.
hr. Cady's Condition Powders, are
ja t what horse needs when in bad
condition. Tonic, blood purifier and-
vermifuge. They are net food but
medicine and the best in nse to put a
harse in prime condition, nhice 2.5
ints per package.
)oer s'ae y. L..- M. Ware & Co., St. An-
drrew Bay ard avyhead and all medicine
desler .
zIV gentlemen or ad ies to travel for re-
sponsible, established house in Florida.
SMNonthly $65 and -expenses. Position
"- steady. Reference, Enclose 'self-ad-
'~4.Dessed stamped envelope. The Do-
*4,lCaompany, Dept. W. Chicago.

T 0 rC 4i


- -'.an tn ina li,2r r c 1ccti i',. dtfh IC

0, to'-' i V fr "lTailor MIade Suit,s at L. M. Ware &
-Gov. Blo prepared aind t Co's. Call a' d get prieo.'-
issued .a call fi ar.Iatinte cull\C.lv- -"Le% iS n'-i's ;and wolnm 's Ox-
tion at .Jackson la., Jan. 12, next. ford ties, from 1 t, -.2. and a nice lot of
-Allens Tastele-ss bill Tonic, Sar- patent tip lo\. cts at $1 a Ipair at at L.
saparrilla, and Yeilo Dock are the iM. W\\ar e C'C"'-.
best. For ad itio dence call on A -A 'ood big Tallet for et1 : a larger
Dr. J. J. ki one for Ct-, and a i ,'d thick school
-WA chase Florida tablet ith 17.i i,.av,.- I t'r 10 ct; all with
Property. on s ug farms or 1.'" 1, .)1'5 itl] 2 d, id paper,
winter homes, end ecription and N. one of the wealthiest
price to 1. V. BON 9L3atO N.D~tnt,-l, one of the wealthiest
Price to o J. BON o most prominent men of Washing-
-D.C. C. Williams is pare ton county, died quite suddenly at Chip-
furnish the 6ple of St. An With ley on the 16th inst., aged about 48
fine ioyste' -irany quantityat 15c per years. Mr. Daniel was an eminently
qfrtne oytr Haiany quarters at ar15c per o's
qnart. Heafutarters at Ware& Co C well respected citizen whose loss will be
wharf. r deplored by all in the county who knew
-Look out for Santa Claus, and re-
member those mice candies, figs, -To those who would like to con-
dates, prunes, raisins and nuts at the tribute toward the erection of the mon-
Pioneer Drug Store,. Yu know they ument to the late W. D. Chipley, at
are fresh. Pensacola, the BUOY would say that
-Christmas G Lemons, Cran- subscription blanks can be found at
berries, App line stoves, this office, and any sum deposited here
Clocks, etc.,-at fords. A trial .will be forwarded to Mr. Blount, chair-
will convince all -bu ers that their man of the committee authorized to rc-
quality cannot be ex, d. ceive the same.
S-Allan's Tasteless Chill Tonic With
--Our correspondents willplease Dear Iron cures chills, fevers, lagrippe, in-
.inmind th favoismust be mailed r ,
early enoud tgh favoeh us not later than termittent, bilious and malarial fevers,
early enough to feah us not later than d a swamp fever, dengue aud
dumb ague, swamp fever, dengue aud
Monday evening: oLe they cannot diseases originating from a torpid liver
annear in tfheS ~. ,fue.
-annearin th e ss de he or milaia.la. Cures fever from colds,
-Those desroide them- winter fever (pneumonia) and as a gen-
selves'. wi- h, Sawberry
selves whod nt n strawberry eral anti-periodic medicine is unex-
nts should not nin in their called. For sale at the Pioneer Drug
orders to the B. l A few Store, St. Andrews, Fla. Every bottle
thousand plants still t 510 cents per guaranteed to give satisfaction or ~ur
hund money refunded.
-H. ..-Wlch, oj St. Andrews, and -At the ro-ular annl, nitallation
Miss Bettie' Mtnuel, of Jackson county, of Parker Lode No. A. M.
were united in niarriage on the evening on Monday, last, tlh/ llon iug olli--r-
of the-22d-i Crippen, otary, on Monday,l .t, leor t g ein sui.
oft-2 -i elh will continue otary were auly in-talk dkfor the ensuing
o idef-tP reech will continue E Palmer, Bo
.toVeside irnStY Andrews. year: E Palmer, M. BoW.
tell, S.W.; 0. rke JW.;W.
-Pare n uad s ntersted in H. Parker, T.; A. Emmns, S,; L.
mg e ost prapct al Business Chadde,-t.n, T. J. B, Maufer,
ducat.rion for thekirchildron at the 1'. P Tyler. Regular
.f-rise, should,4 correspond with e Satud at1 p. m.
DeFuniak Bisiness College, a cb1thLe-ts r, od standing cor-
Springs, Fla. Cat logue fr
-TheSt. Andrews Bay
and ImprovementiAsso e friends continually
ed to clear, improveaa nain's Colic, Cholera-
any tract of land whi medy, Fleck, of Ana-
them. It will pay all chased a bottle of it
tract from them and h and is now enthusiastic
-Miss Kittie Holmes I work as anyone can be.
primary department int sizes for sale by L,. M.
school, prepared a Chrb t. Anarew and Bayhead
d-y, for the little o dealers. /

charge, and gladdened e
with some present suited
and oec-asion.
-That the richest and lar
its of gold the earth has ever
up to the present time have been found
in the Alaska Ilondyke country is now
an established fact. We call your at-
tention to, the advertisement; of the
Alaska Klondyke Gold Mining Compa-
ny in another column,
-The 'vek of prayer willbe observed '
under the gispices of the Evangelical
Union. The co-aperation of all chris-
tians is earnestly desired. The first
service will be held in the Methodist
church on Sunday night. Further par-
ticulars as to pace of-meeting will be
announced on Sunday morning.
-If you are thinlingg of buying prop-
erty in St. Andrews or immediate vi-
cinity, you cannot afford to purchase
until you have conferred with the pro-
prietor of the BuoY. If you are short of
money and want to buy on your own
time for actual settlement you can be
-The unusually large attendance at
the social dance given at Ware's Hall
Christmas night was most gratifying to
the Brass Band, under hose auspices
it was given, The receipts 'ere quit
satisfactory.and wilk be appopriat
to the purchase of addit onl instru-
ments for the band. Enjoyment of l e
occatIonwas plainly depicted upon theq
countenane- of, each participant: and.<
the midnight hour, which heralded the
advent'of Sunday and the propriety of
cessatibn.o;~ f that nature came all
too soon f th J=appy-hearted merry-
makers. 4
-The BUOY is very much gratified
to be able tq, .nouuco that, through
the assistance of Congressman S. M.
Sparkman, it has been rle to secure
the establishment o a voluntary
weather station at St drews, and
that the chief oft other bureau,
Hon. Willis L. Mo directed the
usual equipment to warded for
the establishment o station at an
early day. h will be con-
nected ivith the ce, and a de-
tailed report will listed in this
paper each week; n as soon as
the station is est
-The Chri.tmas ises and tree
ot the Presbyterian church Friday
ove-niig were a grand access and well
attended, notwithstaudin the inclem-
ent weatheri.- TIle recitations by the
ch Idren were well rendered, and the
singers acquitted themselves in a mas-
te'ly manner. The tree was 1Cided
and presented ie appearance, but at
the end it wlis robbed of its beauty,
much to the delight of old an ~n".
A largeunumberofipresentiwe 4ven.1
The thanks of the Sulrd 'joal is
hereby extended to I.es ... Ware
SCo. and Brackin & d doyatious I
of candy and nuts for t ildren.
-Without a doubt : South Florida a
and Christmas edit" n of the Times- '
Union and aiizl the finest- speci-
men of newspap e ork that ever ema-
nated from a Flo press. Consisting
of 64 pages 16x2~ :hes each, independ-
ent of its hig embellished cover of
four pages, it is fir d from the first to
last page with val able and statistical
information" conotrnhi the rapidly
growing South Flordbuntry, and the
whole edition is prd sely illustrated
with high grade half- ne illustrations t
of the prominent men, ir'active views

and principal businesA establishments
to be met with in the eastern and
southern parts of Flor'ida.

Poor and Weak
Catarrh and Bronchial Trouble-
Had no Appetite-Now Better in
Every Way-A Delicate Child.
"Some tire since I tdok a sudden cold
and could not get rid of it. Being subject
to catarrh and bronchial trou ble I coughed
terribly. I lost my appetite and grew
poor and weak and I did not feel like
work. I began taking Flood's Sarsapa-
rilla. In a short time the cough disap-
peared, I slept well, had a good appetite
and I was better in every way. Last
spring I was not feeling well, I had no ap-
petite and no strength. I resorted to
Hood's Sarsaparifla and soon felt more
'like work. My little nephew was a deli-
cate child and had a humor which trou-
bled him so he could not rest at night.
He has taken a few bottles of Hood's Sar-
saparilla and nowhhe has a good appetite
and is able to sleep." Miss ABBIE J.
FREEMAN, South Duxbury, Mass.

H CVV% j .Sarsa-
OOd S parilla
Is the One True Blod Purifier. All druggists. $1.
H d's Pills are the best after-dinner
pills, aid digestion. 25c.

-The BuoY is very much pleased to
place upon itlsexchange list the 'Mobile
Daily Item. The Item, formerly a
weekly paper, has qnite recently been
converted into a daily, and from all ap-
pearances, is on the high road to suc-
cess. The editor tf the BUOY is in-
debted to its editor, M5r. Sibley, and to
others connected with the management
of this wide-awake candidate for popu-
lar favor for courtesies shown during a
recent visit to the establishment.
When bilious or costive, eat a Cascaret
candycathartic, cure guaranteed, 10c, 25e
Cascarets stimulate the liver, kidneys and
bowels Never a icken, weaken or gripe
50 cents

SETTER than cure is prevention.
By taking Hood's Sarsaparilla you
may keep well, with pure blood, strong
nerves and a good APPETITE.


On Watson Bayou is offered for rent
for ;iie season with privilege of two
To the right party, whowill take
good care of the nremrises. here is a

Splendid Opportunity!
For particulars apply at Buoy office.


Charleston and Florida Route.
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G. M. West a lived Sunday fi'ro
Escanaba, Mich., to join his family.
who arrived the week previous t')
spend the winter at their lovely home
here. Mr. West's busiibt s deiiands
are such that he will remain ui ly
for a short time, and then re turn to
his post of duty at E.acauial,.
Mrs. Geo. NRiisblwho lor year
or more has been i-,juinuning among
friends at vwiuins points -orth, was a
returning passenger on the Alpha
Monday. She wasgaccompanied by
her niece, Miss Maude Haight, of
Chicago, and the attractive young,
lady will spend the winter with er
aunt, here.
W. F. Gwaltney and 'ife, of
Muscogee. Fla., are spenditig the
holidays with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs Thos. Gwaltney, of Oid Town.
a. G. Post, who presides at L. M.
WXare & Co.'s Baylhead ranch store,
is at home with hiis mother and fam-
ily during the holiday3 week.
Prof. H. B. Smith and his mother,
Mirs. Dr. Smith, of Chipley, are vi,-
iting for a few days in St. Andireiwvs,
guests at thie Buoy lousehloll.
Molile Registel: Editor Emnlmouns,
of the St. Andrews BuoY, has been
visiting Mobile the pasi few days in
the interest of hIis excellent paper.
'f h I)UOY circulates widely in Mobile
trade territory andl is a valuable niie-
diun; for tihe advertising of Mobile
enterprise. *
Mobile Item: Win. A. Emmons;
oj St. Aii(rews Bay, Florida, and
the proprif-tor of the St. Andrews
13ay BuooP, in this. city aml paidl us
a call t'i morning. e re rits
busuiicis iii g(od l le at St An-
dliew8.Bs Pyv fi general dd hoevl(ere
to cultiv- e tra&.it with

HOWt I' ed
At thlis i,
easilv c)ilr:!;c ted,

a cold is very
left to run its

course ui;hout th of some reliable
couglh inciliia e is I to result in that
(head diisiase, p, We know of
no better riemed --cough or acold
than Ch:iml):irl lIemcdv. We
have us. i it quite x t:lv .and it has
"lwa ys given en ire sattis tion.--Olg.i
Ind. Tcr. C1 i( f,
Thisiss \', t;:y rc'ned known
to be a. c'trtain onrc.ii ui nll onia.
Ahii -. fthe ianiiiv *tIious' who have
u-.\l i ',r- colds aiid i i,.li', we have
ncver vet learned cf a i .Lise having
i liilt in pnetumonii. P ersons who
l ave weal lutngs or have'enason to fear an
auLi.le i.. .ic :.i:..in;.. houll k-LFp t'.he
rcmedy at I.,mai. 1'he 2. and 50 cent sizes
Suld by L 2I. W\a c & Co., St. Andrews
and Bay hei d, a d ll medicine dealers.

I09 I as HANGER.
A new and useful
device which ev ry family vill buy, is
sold only through local agents.' Simple
strong; can lie put up anyiyhere; securely
holds rope or wire: instngt adjustment
and removal of line; noe props needed.
Sells .on sigLt Popular price. Agents
wanted everywhere. je "lusive territory.
Attractive ter:ss. renmiums and profit-
sharing. Anyone -"na(^ become agent.
Sample pair, I)y m .
KELSO NOVELTY C 28 Locust St.,
hiladelphia, Pa.

Geo. S. Hlr & Son,



Sasli, -Uoors, Bilds,


J. .t. J. F. DRAGO, M '.


dtller !aui tralill Dealers1
15 5Boommerce St.i MOBILE, Ala.



Dry Goods, INtions | Gents' Furnishing Goodsi
S6, 8, 10 and 12, South Water St,JiMOBILE, Ala.


.. 1V HO L ES A L E ,

Sple Agents for Genuide "PEACH JUICL."
Agents for r"PONT'S GUNPOWDER.
15-17 Commerce St., MOBILE, Ala;

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,pley, Florida,


Pa~tS on r~; p i^' & L'tQ. ) cir toirints
can arrange mrvz lve at reasonable rates by ad-

dresing, A J. GAY, Chipley, Florida.


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Trains 57 and 58 carry Pullman Buffet Sleepers between Jacksonville and St.
Louis, and Free Chair Cars between Jacksonville and Montgomery. Trains 33
and 36 carry Pullman Buffet Sleepers between Cincinnati and Tampa via Jack-
sonville. Nos. 82 and 83 daily except Sunday, all others daily. For' further in-
formation address nearest Plant System agent, or R. L. TODD, DIv. Pass. Agt.,
Montgomery, Ala., B. W. WRENN: Pass, Traffic Mgr., H. C. McFADDEN,
G. P. A.

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S 8 6onwe party writ, as I& .ntows af our 1897 cata-
logne: "Will you please send ie acopy of yotr
2 i i 6 valuIable Xui sery Ca:alin;ue. I had a copy. but
have iOianed it. I find so many iuncresting
.' things in it that I do not wish to be without a
4 copy."
I _. Our new 1898 Catalogue will contain all the
0. good features of the 1897 catalogue besides many
new ones. Fully Illustrated wi h tiany new
Photographic Views. We off- a full line of
Fruit and Ornamental Trees and Shrubs adapted
to Southern planting. Catalogue Free. Address
Newest and Most Profitable THE GRIFFING BROS. CO.,
Peach for Southern Planting. POMODA NURSERIES, MACCLENNY, LA.
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Buildinae material.
Window and Fancy Glass a
rEervl'ody Shays So.
Cascarets Caudv (Catbartic, the most won-
derful na-dical disco, ery of the age, pleas-
aut a-i J refr, shin to the taste, act gently
and ) .:;:i. ly y on kidneys. liver and bowels,
clean sitg' tbh entire systi'm, dispel colds,
cureo hcaIncle, iee, f habitual constipation
and biliousne.s. T'lease buy and try a box
of C. C. C. to-di, T, e. ients. Soldand
guaranteed to cu(r I'i nil drurgists.

O stock is Complete, Our Fr;ces the Lowest,
O-UE ~ -OOrDS A idE TI-IT Et ST!
'ITe l i g P liir is a.inreId thfi.t r "ill t lie mmndrs.old.
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What the South Needs.
Deafness Cannot be Cured What the South Needs.
New Orleans Times-Democrat.
by local applications, as they cannot If congress proyideo: for a system
reach the diii-rv.d portions of the ear, of postal savings banks at the com
kre is only one way to cu-e deafness, Ing session of congress it will benefit
that is by constitutional remedies. the whole country, but no part of it
DeC..s s is caused by a- inflamed condi- more han the sonth, whcre savings
ion of c mucous lining of the Eustach- banks or any other institutions in
ea ,I l When this tule gets inflamed which savings can be deposited are
1'1a hi ei ai rumbling sound or imperfect ew. The south, therefore, is most
hearingNf.m..hien it is entirely closed deeply interested in the passage of
deafness is t e result, and unless the in- this ill.
lammation can'ke taken out and tv is tube
restored t6 its normal condition, hearing" FOR SALE.
witt'e destroyed forever; nine cases out
ot 6en are caused by catarrh, which is Another Bargain in Real Estate.
nothing but an inflamed condition of the
mucoug surfaces. o- TheKilberg place,. 2 miles nort"e-st
m i ucou .'' as. of Parker, consisting of 80 acres fine
We will gie.Om un.rcd Dollars for timbered land, being the west half of
any case of d.:aj caused Ib. catarrh) the southwest quarter of section 6, tp
that cannot I vtd 1. Fall's Catarrh 4s, range 13w; 4 acres fenced with
Cure. Send fl.,ic.ulars 'ree picket fence and in cultivation, with
i T. CM iCo. Toledo, 0. several fruit trees, grape vines, etc.,
J. J. CHl and a habitable shanty. Price $300
Sold by Drug ifsts, '7c. partly on time if desired. For particu-
Hall's Familv Pill. a.re the e-st. lars address the Buoy.



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borrecteitd by L M Ware & Co.
Granulated .:.. 6 He No ..... 75
Coffee,A .... 6. Gunpowder.. 80
Lt brown..... 6 Uncol'd Jap.. 50
toffee, .I. Ctond milk, can
Greebt.... 12(0'20 Unyweetn'a.y 1,
Arbuckle, 6 ]b U Sweetened... 8
linger snaps 31 25 Baking powder
prackeris, soda 7 Royal........ 50
tobacco plug 25a50 .. Cam'bell. .. 10
6-aisins Canned fruit
Londoh layers. 12 Peaches. .. i5a20
Valencia..... 8 Tomatoes:....7al)0
lcc ....... 6 Applie .: : .... 10
,pples Pears .. ... 15
Evaporated...8% Plums;.;....... 25
SDried Peaches 8 Apricot ... .... 25
3oal Oil prgal....15 Strawberries.. 20
Gasoline ".......20 Pineapple.... ; 20
:lorida Syrup... 40 Canned Meats
foney:.*....... 1.00 Roast Beef... 12Yi
7inegar....... 30 Corned Beef..l12y
cheese pr lb.... 15 Chipped Beef.. 20
Butter ......... 25 Lobster....... 20
Lard .......... 6 Salmon... ... 15
beans......... 4 Canned Vegetables
Cocoanut pkg... 10 Baked Beans... 15
FiuitPnddine ... 10 Corn ......... 121
felly, glass .. 15a25 Peas......... 15
time Juice... .. 50 '1umpkin ...... 15
Eggs per doz... 15
lour / Pork
SO N .... 2,85 D. S. pr lb......6i
Majestic ... 3.00 Bacon Sides.... .7
.-orn Meal pr .u 60 Fresh ....... 8al0
iat Meal pr lbt... 5 Br'kf'st Bacon.. 11
oru perbu........58 Ham canvassed 13
?obittoes Shoulders..... 10
. Irish... ... 1 20 Beef
Early R'se seed 1.20 Corned-......... 8
Sweet. ...60@75 Fresh.. ..... a
3alt,pr sack... 85 Dried......... 25
Table ...... 5 Milk pr qt...... 10

Editorial '- orresponldence.
MOBILE, Ala., Dec. 26 1897.
Having discharged from the Alpha
all freight consigned to Apalachicola
we left that place about sundown otn
the 17th en ornto o -r Carrabelle, anild
would have reacild that uorti ea ly
on the morning of the 18th, but un-
fortunattelv.\'-u the darkness, and
with a strong avorible wind, it
was impossible, inh < *o ed chan-.
nel of :Carr yiblle's artl'r ance
to keep up su'Liient spee& to keep
the good vessel upaop'its course, and
about 2 o'clock a. m. she was found
to be securely aground but, fortun-
ately, it was low tide, and there was
nothing to do but to wait for a
"rise," which did not materialize
until about dark that day,, but soon
gave us water enough to irake the
Carrabelle wharf in satifyat at abt
8 p. m.
Of course it was t~ to coin'-
mence ui i I i. a iiig' -fl ie. ad~. next day
was Sunday, anUd a fhotnli't under or'-
dinary circumstances arrangements
would probably have been made to
discharge the ireight on, that day it
was iuni,,i '.ile to do so on this occa-
sion, oA\\ i to tith Icif:lar a great
grief had fallen ~ ff iaffaly ,f'
thie snperintendent lof le lh use,
through the death of an esinable
young lade' who, a fewv mo tlis ble-
fore, had coiio from tlU, north, in
apparently perfect health, to act as
governess in his family and had, :
few vwe ks previous, been attacked
with typhoid fever, all effoi ts to re-
store her tol ii which haI
failed, and r-i te. came ajtbirt the
time the Alpha lanelld saturday

H tVAlb f I .Z -., 80 Ilight.
tails; her t3Yga4j Ax,with handle.. 80 igh.
Galv wire do.6at6 Hoes, eaic... 35a50 So we had the day to 'take in"
Manilla rope. .9al20opper paint, eati 45 /
JtoVep cook,: a Linseed oil, gfl553,Sit Carr aelle, and it hardly needed that
Pipe, per joint i5 . much time. My first desire was to
DRY GOODS, fd ld a ell-known St
Prinii, per yd.. 5a8 Checks ...... 5a6 ou old and well-known t.
S'eeliags .. 5a9 Flannel. ..... 15V4)1 .indrews friend, I. Godard, and
'lu' 1, l Thread per spool. 5
I ,a '"ood Shoes, lades.$1a2 75 this was accompllihed with little
Kmile of 5 Men's. .$140a300 effort, because there is little, it an
to play 8' s. oI.A NEOUS.
H1t kept b -ii Oiits pr hbi..... 40 business in Carrabelle except on thl-
Braiu .t.1t m '5 Briclkpr M.....13.00 one princ4al street, and hot many
Rope SiAro6-01 ,9 Lime pr nbl... ... 75
Rope iptrT q_. LmeprNUTS blocks f. in the landing we found i
'pur a s;idNUITS:
Orange, e eg~g, Pecans pr ,.I... 15 Mr. anil .1rs. Godard con acting a
ples..r. ialuts .... 20 "Racket store." They gav most
.emo ........ 30 Almonds... 15t
.OYSTERS ,iti favorable account of theiei .,at to
In shell prl,000 1.50 Opened pr q. .. 5c r ,
sellp, IVE STOCk. do business in (arraballe, O,.e saw
liorsts... $80al00 Cows....... $15a$25 :nill fini virtually control- the bui-
Mules... $100a$155 Hogs........ 3 to $4
yxein..pr yoke $40 SheeP .......... $2 ness of the place, has its department
I'OU LTRY' ,. store, and issues s8cipt wherever it
biickenseaclh 5a25 Geese eitcli. 4a50 s. e pe it ai rk i
arkei S... 75al.00 I ck .. .. a i p .ill p c it and ,rknen
S "".' "-e.-3.1 have ano chll n.e but taKt e at or g- i
e iISson pr i, 7n0 Turkey... 1...00idle. This makes it next to impos-
ireili Salt sible for any one attempting to do
Mulllt pt- doz 25c Mullet pt buil 5:00 .
Trout..::..:;., 25 Trout.....-.. 4.50 b siness independently, to succeed,
Porpano pr lb.. 6 Pompano ... 10.00 and Mr. Goddard is as rapidly a- hie
Sturgeon...... 10 Mackeral .... 8.00
ER.c....... an do so preparing to close np his
Flooring, Ceiling. ,business their and return to An-
ae r ...$16.00 Heart, 12.0 dr ews, and we nmay expect to seie-hli
Sap ... 10,00 Sap "... 10.00 and hlii good. wife permanently lo-
Drop siding, Clapboards,
Heartface sm 15.00 '2x(i j. m ..$12.00 catied again heie, perhaps, in a few
Sap 10.00 Finishing lum- weeks.
Buff lumbier.. 8@12 her, d.. $1-@ 15.00
Heart shingles, 2.50 Lath, 2 m.... 2.0 A pace for a residence the wri-
Sap 1.50 Boat lumber, ter failed to seo anything to attract
dressed. ...$20 .
S. one to locate at Carrabelle. Objec-
tionis are raised by some to St. Au-
FARMDAL:E. drew because ot its sand; but comr
Special to the BRov. paring it oln liat score with Carra-
We-iad plenty y of rain for Cirist- belie, we doni' ku iw the tt awiing of
iias, and the d<.y passed off quietly the term, and it is f. 1iatp tha' the
Cane grindiuqg commences :his whaf and business ho s are prae-
week at Baxter. .tically connleted, for were it otie'r-
Mr. W. Whitfield came down wise it wflld beS i ly irppos.eible
(Jhristinas eve to visit his tree little to mtove fileightsl from one to tlhe
children' at lteir giandtmother's NMrs. otheli, ;,n(i after giving Carrabelle tlhe
KiI vin. benefit ot every doubt, it was left
Tlhe Pili WVoods saw mill is without regret, and the love (or beau
through sawing tf r the turpentinet till St. Aindrews Bay was Rhore prio-
plant. nounced than ever before.
L. C. Davis has finished latdingi It was almost night whlien ti e<4f.
logs for the mill. item of freight was remnove fIr tihe
W. L. Poore has sold his store Alpha, and it Was .in r I.
house and boatd wonder at wih ere sunh ca a Ii I
left for his home in Georgia. been removed was stor-i ibut tlhe
Allen Fay is on the Lakes. writer was advised that the ap city
H&MM.-gorge Fav has finished cutting ,of the li,,atlial inl I.mi ie I.til,
slabs for tirme ltnT"--eI --'. Au befoe Wore e re
Herbert Jolnson is selling lot to hI ",e e"il ,, r
goods at Farindale. leai i, itw
F. Ruser, who took a homestead ment ot freight for G 's entire
on the opposite side of the Bay in camp at St. Andiewvs,' ,.i'd 't would
Calhaun county, is dead; he died ill be necessary to make a landlin tithere
Columbus. Ga., on the 21st day of on tlie way to Mia.,ile, andiby the
last September. tim*- we were ready to strt-it t was
Messrs. Whidden and Eaily have night again.
taken a trip to South Florila. while The night ride was far from a
waiting for the fish law to run out. pleasant one; a heavy swell on tlhe
Thonims Murray arrived home last Gulf caused the Alpha to roll worse
Thursday after eighteen months ab- than at any other msimp on the whole
aence, and found his family all o. k., trip, but sie is a stanch )'esspl and
and enjoying good health carried us through it. iRandsomely,
R. S. Shippy was here last Thurs and beet of all, no one not even the
day from the Lakes. writer, suffered from seasickness.
J. Poore is an expert at qiiail hunt- St. Andrews was reached in the
lug, but is nuot a very good turkey forenoon of Tuesday, but it required
hunter. '-.- only a short halt before we weie
John -'Sabetes is building a sail again en route idr Mobile, and while
boat torwse ii the fish business, the Gulf was still somewhat "oughll
_'__" it was not nearly so much so as on
the night previous, and Mobile was
Windsor, 'Fa., Dec 7, 1897, After a'de Thulr'sdav afternoon withlcut
having a severe attack of the grip, I suf- incident worthy 6r note.
feared with nervous prostration, and was Arrived in Moile, plenty of time
afflicted with boils. Six bottles of Hood's
Sarsaparilla cured me and gave me new To (Cure A Co61d in one Hay.
vitality. -Mrs. E. M. Munsinger. Take L'axativeBr6opio Quinine Tablet.
Hood's Pills cure all liver IllA. Easy to All Druggists refund the money if tiiey
vBkclasy to operate: fail to Cure. 25c.

was afforded to get acquainted, both soi county, and without tamily or
with the city and its people, and friends here, but the blue and the
never has it been the-good forturie of gr y united in lavishinig loving and
the editor of the Bniyiv to receive bet- tendedr care; all' being done that was
ter or m1, r'o conm. tl te -.treat nt possible to reli've andl c' llou t the
(el ..' Illrr rnslr;.elauc










ic,,iintanrily being received: 'The best
r -rin.-iJ1 fI.'r pain I hbaor ever used is Cham-
teai-aii ba iV i i, and I say so after
,-; -. ,-: --. .. -- __ _
having used it in my family for several
years." It cures rheumatism, lame hack
sprains and swellings. For sale by L. M.
Ware & Co., St. Andrews and Bayhead,
and all medicine dealers.

Special to the BuR6r.
WP have to record a fatal acci-
"dent Which occurred on the morning
of the 14th inst. at the home of Mr.
Lathrop, successor to tho Poore Bros
Mr.'John Davis, employed bv M
P. Poore, while putting a gun int-c
his boat, hit the i ammer against tli(
side of the boat causing thegun to
discharge, the whole change lodging
in tle left side.
This caused intense bleeding ainc
severe suffering, wlhicut resillted ir
death in about 24 hours.
Mrs. Fay was immediately sent fo
when the accident" occturied, amn(
probed the wound, which showed con
clusively that tlhe'e 'as ino hope.
i'he futiera&t took place at Farm
dale; the seri~Aes beIag conducted b,
Rev. Johnsoit and A. R Castle.
The deceased was from Lee, Madi

than he did at tlie hand of the goonid
people of Mobile. Especially is :e
ndebted for courtesies to Messrs. E.
Cramdghead and A. B. Kennedy, re-
ipectvely president and secretary of
the Commtercial Club, and& right here
ett t be said that thul'clnh is THE in-
stituttion of Mobile, devoted to the
promotion of the best interests of
that city, its members, from first to
last, are courteons and hospitable to
the strange' who visits Mobile. Tihe
clnb has vcrm'-recently been reoigan-
zed on a more substantial basis than
ever before, anda rem-oved into new
and commodious quarters on the
corner of Royal and Dauphin streets,
and here tlie visitor is made to feel
at home, and given the freedom of
thie place.
An i tmpitant meeting of tlhe club
was held on Friday evening, the main
object being to col.sider tlhe advisa-
bility of petitioning congress ;o es-
tablili a national quarantine system.
hlie question was dI.scussed by many
of the most intelligent amll prl''i-
uent men of Mobile, and from every
:aiadpoint, and afforded the best op-
portiunity the writer has yet cniyeid
of learning tie causes, effects and
cure, or rat''- "'-,reventive, ot a yellow
fever invtasle~ Final actiolt i 1pion
the question was postponed until
after the meeting of a convention ol
tihe best ueilical talent-.of the state,
whlich is o be held in that city in tihe
tear fntiut ebuit it is very dou bt ul
if, I all it- wis.doin, the medical
'ia en m y can thritow aw. moire light
itth considjeragn i ,of the subject
thlai wiR k at this meeting
,f the conl aelic .uitib.
Friday was tu ken up by the Alpha
and her crew j eciving and stow-
ing away Iiher 'rgo for her eastern
ports, and 2 o' ck p. m. Saturday
was set for r hereparture; but Capt.
Clark and Pu ser Couch found it im-
possible to et their business arranged
to depart ,it that hour. for the reaso i
Ilat, betllg Cliristnas day, it Wias
difficult ti nileet thie business tien, so
departure was postponed till next
lay (Sunday), and conditions beinta
no better on that day than bqfole, it
ins 2 to'sclck p. n.; -Lefuaie thel hlmn
could be got under way.
It would be unjust to close this
letter without niaking special refer-
ence to the Good Si11p Alpha, and
its accnmplhshed officers and accom-
modating crew. The boat. itself,
while perhaps not as ha ndsomie
as an i< eanL liner, is sound from
stem to "tein, and tlle writer
has proved t at she .can behave nice-
ly itn a gale. h~lie officers and crew,
from captain o st-:ward, and from
engineer. to decay ha ad seemed to be
inspired with thone idea of making
everytlmig:Wgp4 s \t% f or everyone (,n
board. Thle t'.e is at all tires sup-
pliedvith tlle beh. of lodr preparedl
to t tnpt the pDptite and to pleclnde
sea? ickness,jnd tlie. editor of the
BoY rather suspects thai Cartt. Clark
\ as somewhat disappoir.ted in finid-
ing the said editor on hand at every
meal, and equal to tlh cneergency.
Upon the whole, t.'e trip has been
one ol the most enjoyable ever expe-
rienced by the writer, and he hu,ops
solme day to avail himinelf of another
oppotrtunity- to share tile hespitality-
sure to be met with on board tlhe
good ship, Alplha. w. E.

Don't Ie persuaded into buying lini
ments without reputation or mecit-Cham-
berlain's Pain Balm costs no more, and its
merits have been proven by a test of ma-
ny years. Such letters athe following,
from L. G. Bagler, Hueneme. Cal., are

TA T L + i


GALATTA, ILLS., NOV. 16,1893.
Paris Medicine Co., St. Lonis, lMo.
Gentiemenu:-W- sold last year, C00 bottles of
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,


Mrs. L. Stone,

Cpr. B1ena Vista av.& rake st.


At Reasonable Rate. !

$350 Will buy Ten Acres of
1.liMil [the sw qr of see. 3S, tp '
1 14wv., with fur-nished cottage suita-
ble for small family, fenced .-
good fence, under high state of ccr.,:
vatio)n, large assortment of beai. *.-
f;-'uit trees and vines, stable and it-
holuses, falling tools, a n go ox
and lilht wagon.
All C0os for $350!
Address the fjlr '~. t J'' --. "-"

-;tellig hw prepare many d

cate and delicious dishes.
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Sold at St. Andrews Bae, Fla., at
At Dr. Mitchellis Drug Store.


to housecgeepmrs-


Extract of Beef
telling how to prepare many deli-
cate and delicious dshes.
Address Liebig Co., P. C box 2718, New
York. Mentbn this paper.

German... t-ires

low isYorCaice!
Full Grown, per pair $3,00
3-4ths 2,25
Laird' Mill Bayou.

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 frequcat d sire to urinate
or pain in the back, is also convincing
proof that the kidneys and bladder are
out of order.
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 pass-
ing it, or bad effects following the use of
liquor, wino or beer, and overcomes that
unpleasant necessity of being compellh.a
to get up many tiineiduring the night to
urinate. The mild atd the extraordinary
effect of Swaminp-Root is ooni realized. It
stands the highest for its wondirfitl cures
ofthe most distressii!ng cares. If you need
a nmdicinevou should haithe the best. Sold
hv druggists: price fi fty Vcut ;1:i one dol-
lar. You may have a sample bottle and
pamphlet both sent free )v mail. Mention
the iuov and send your address to Dr.
Kilil;er& Co. Binghampton, N. Y. The
proprietor of this paper guarantees the
genuiineness of this offer.

The firm of C'roman & Man'er have
this day by mut-ual consent dissolved
partnership. The'aecounts are in the
hands of W. M. Croman for settlement.
All parties indebted to said fim will
please make settlement t at once. Thos.
J. B. Mauger will continue the busi-
Cromanton, Fla., Dec. 7, 1897..

Don't Tobacco Spit and Smoke Your LifL Away.
If vou want to quit tobacco using easily
and forever, be made well, strong, magnetic,
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
drusggist, under guarantee to cure, 50c or
..00. Booklet and sample mailed free. Ad.
uerling Remedy Co., Chicago or New York.

vashington. LD.1 .; .
Dr. R. C. FISH J, ,Jll Mi'" av.,
Chicago. 1i:
Col. P. A.1-UIlF .A, D~ A.;
M. 3. B. SWIFT, A' it, Fall
River, Mass.;
.SAAC W. SCOTT, I 'ct..r,
Cedar Rapids, Iowa;
Grand Rapids, Mich.
The business ot the A .i4a-Klohd, lkV
Gold Mining Company I Ie lo ru. a'
line of steamers on the T I ,n Hiv\et, a;nd
between Seattle and the o renti ourts of
Alaska, open suppl sl., c t r !iifT..
ent camps, do a grtner.1 'i ni .'rtsat ion,
Commercial and Bail.kini', .iad,
in addition, deal iIn ihl;r .ims, an.l
work the Mines already ed n1d that
iiay hereafter be aL.4'ui bi the Coin-
The Company Co l m the Fol-
lowing' Proi ,Ile;.
Eight Gold Placer clb aggregating
160 Acres in extent, 1ic. -d on Forty
Mile Creek, under Unit..d 't.tes mining
laws. Development has pro">.l the pay
streak to be five feet thii.k, and has
yielded placer dirt i lpa11 t%.r1o m llo 1 to-
$15 to the pan. f- G.IJ lac r rl tn1 is,
i-.... ..tiii, 100 Acres in extent, on Por-
cupine River, that pans from 5 cer.ts to
$10 to a pan. Ten Gold Placer Claims,
Aggregating 200 Acres, on the Tanana
River, panning from $10 to $50 a yard.
A Fine Gold Quartz Lode in Alaska,
which ass ys from $15 o $500 per ton.
The lode shows an enormouwaoutcrop of
free milling ore, vein at surface being
twelve feet thick; on this pjperty have
made twelve locations of I 0 feet by 300
teet, equaling 120 acres. W P DON'T CLAIM
The estimates and staftnients above are
of necessity based upon information ob-
tained from our Superintendent, and are
believed and accepted by the company.
This company having acquired exten-
sive holdings of rich placer and gold
quartz properties, capable of earning
large dividends on its stock, offers \o in-
vestors advantages that insure larghand
profitable returns.
Mr. George W. Morgan, oaralerin-
tendent, has been on the Yukd | the
past year working in the interest BrhiS.
company. Therefore, we are not a 'Sh n
any one to contribute to a project un\
planned, but to one thoroughly ritured.
''This company, with its adbe aids, ejten-
sive kcvnowledge, and gr#att redouc'es, is
certain to become one of' o t- .chest com-
panies operating ;i Alaska,
O'r pr Jident lakes pleasure in refer-
rii', yo o the following list of references:
Jas. ,.. Dewey, Mills & Co., Bankers,
Dctr( :r, Mich.
Lc is C. T'' iard, CommissionerWold's
Fail frcom rxexico,"The Rookery,"Chicago
John +-hafroth, Representative to Con-
gress, Colora0o.
J. M. Bell, Representative to Congress,
C. C. '". ent, Washington Trust Co.
Building, Washington, D. C.
Joseph C. Helm, ex-Chief Justiee of
Chas. D. Hayt, Chief Justice of Col.
C. B. Mauqgb ap -I_ 2LTimLs=c.-Herald,
Mai~ice Joyce, Electro Picture, Star
Building, Washington, D. C. I
Czipt. J. J. Lambert, owner and editor
Chieftain, Pueblo, Col.
S. I;. Hilleghman,Tax AgentM.P.R.R.,
St. Louis, Mo.
;. Gowat.. Drexel Co., Philadelphia.
The full-paid stock is now offered at
TEN DOLLARS per Share. Send your
orders to the

Alaska-Klonlykl GolI Iining Co.

St. Anres Poultry Yar ,"
G. W. SURBER, SR., Prop.,
--Breeder of Pure


Capital took of 500,000 hares
of $10 .baoh. flui. paid and
non-assessable, I while 250,-
000 Shares are n otlered tor
subscription at par.
There are many %'.rso %is o l -iire to
go to the gold field, o. .Alamk.ta thlut'n-
'Ag season, who have not enough o iady
money available to enable th i in d o.
To all such, we would adv:; ti, derv1-
abiiity of forming a local syndicate o'(
three or more tr.eiri.n, and jintlv pur-
chase 500 shares of ourt'tutk, anid select
one of your number to go and prospect
and mine for joint account.
With parties foriaing such syndicate,
this company will contrast to send out one
of their number for each 500 shares of
stock purchased from it at par, aid main-
tain such party there for oie year frum
the date of arrival at the gold -ie'd-, sup-
plying him with food, tools, ;,Id all things
requisite to enable him to prospect fur
gold, and with help to develop and work
all good claims located bv him .the
claims to be located in the nami of the
syndicate and the ALA-;KA-KLONDYKE GOLD
MINING Co., and to be owned jointly and
equally, share and share alike.
Write for Circular---Full Particulars.
JAMES RICE, late S cretary State of
WM. HIIAW, capitalist, Chi. Fgr';
E. M. TITCOMB, Vico Pre-i.l, ir ini Gcn-
eral Manager Eastman Fruit Dispatch
H.C. FASII,member Maritime Exchange,
New York;
GEO. W. MORGAN, Circle City. Alaska;
JOHN R. LOWTTTE1, N,_-.w Y.,lk;
GEO. T. DlrRFEE. Fail lie,, Mass.
ADV IsiuY l,O.\1 lD.
IHon. L. H. WAKEFIELD; Associate Jus-
tice First District Court, South Fram-
ingha n, Mass.;
Hon. G. Q. RICHMOND, late President
Court of Arp..als, i)Dmver. C'.1.;
S. G. UPDE(;.\F ,te .i.. ,-ui-r Ly-
c..in g t..i.ult, \ l nt*'1. Penn.;
SAMUEL MI. IRYl A r -.ilenlv Clh'..
peake aiI.j Potu. TvIe phi ne
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Mobile to ear-ra elle, via Pensaeola St. Andrews

S Bay nton and Apalachicola

255 Tons Buin. Passenger Capacity 50

,St Anclrews Bay an

M bile ,to ct Aclr'. Bay an 5 0St Andres 8 Bay to Apalachilola.. 2 50,
I ( .... Cr oa. ,= i ... .. ,- 3 --
.. p; lach;.ll a ......l... 7 00 ..
S' Carriabelle ....... ... 00 iAl alachtiola to Carrabelle....... 7E
5th, -15thand kth at 7 p.m............IMobile........... 12th, 22d and 24& a.m.
:th, 17th and 27th p.m... St AndcirewBay andi ...31th, 21st and let a:m.
.....Crornanlton..... .,
8th, 18th and 28th a.m.......... Alalaclhivola........11th, 21st and lstpltnm.
t I h a m. ....Carrabello... Oth, 20th and 30th noon

Connects at Apalachicola with steamers up Chattahoochee River. "At
Carrabellc with .'. T. & G. R railroad ft.r Tallaha.see.
For furth.-r information, frei-ilit rates antd special rates for large partlea
1r. C A.P'. A s. CL L t IMobile, Alabama.


PENSACOLA, Fla. Opposite Waiting Rloom ,l Union Depot,
Isthe Plaoe for'Passengers Coing to and firom
Rooms Comfortable! Terms Reasonablel
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We have secured valuable claims in the ; .

Famous gold fields of Alaska!
Ion. Chas. D. Rogers, of Juneau, ( lerk of the U. S., District Court "
Alaska, has staked out claims for'this Company in the ..

ortlh-AlMericanl Miniig aMa Developing o.
C C P AL $5,000,000. SHARES $1 EACH
This Company Cives-the PoorMWIan a Chaice
asw 1! as the Rich!
,Now is the Tme !
To invest your .'t le y. will buy one share ot stock. tnuVst how
before our st,)O. SP in prrie. Not less than five shares.will-be
ld. We ,awfti~ best-known men in America as Directors in this Comrn
pany. Therefore your money is sife with us as with your bank. Send
money by Post-Offie- order or registered mail, and you will receive stook
by return mail.
North-A erican Miniug and Developing Company, Juneau, Alaiska.' '
Wr'.r for prospectus to the

North- rican Mining and Developing C06

Agents Wan e Bejwh6re to Sell cur Stock,

ag )eta rf6Or--**.. --
The Subsct l ce of nres.
D EM o e- s J Famiily .,
nr fd ear. l magazine.

DEORE1S Demorest's Family Magazine is more than a Fanlhiont
Fl ^ iMagazine; although it gives the very latest home and folr
MACAZ in fashions each month: this is only one of its many val.
able features. It has something for each member of thd,
family, for eve -' department of the household, and its vs.
"ied contents are of the highest grade. making it pre-eml-
iently, the lFanily la;ftmte ofthe World. I4 fur-
IL i shes the best. thoughts of the most interesting adfi mostt
,n>ro"resiive writers of the day, and is abreast of U4ie times
in e r'thliung-Art, Literature, science,. Society Affirs;
SFiction, Household Matter's, Sports, etc-T-i fngle number
'iejquently en'taining from 200 to 300 nie eograbvi,nn, mlak-
L. ri 'E'l.t)i, the GI tEA'T MONTHLIE .
DEMIOR l~ MAGAZINE Fashion Department is in every way fawsiIsT
that contaiti ny other publication, I - ..
ub-,cLrbersT ntitled each month to paterils of the latest faehionain wb-
mau's attire, at st to them other than that necessary for postage an wraq,
-1.iO B'E 'E* OTTI?.,STVIAS. G<-I'rT.
than a year's subs i .DRMOItEST'S MAGAZINlI' can be made. y
subscribing at once. a -avail yourself of the BUOY'S liberal clnbbinHg ffer
and besides getting asflne at the reduc.,:d Orico, ,ge the hakswme.lS4
X-mas number wit h itiful panel picture.euplement. "'
Great Special bbing Offer for Prompt Subascrptioltt.

Only $4S1 fo7r "an

$1.75 at Tinn for lln I ubibcalic nsla. ..
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Riugh and Dressed Lumber of All ades.'
i-- .
40"'Terms cash or endorsed notes.

JALt t.4e O1d XC1M e

-N. W. Pit ,

HN s removed his new and ext ive stock


Buk to his old stand, the Peoples 4ore, at


Whi o he invites all old friedgjnd thepur-l
chasing public W Fand


Befr Purch si g Elsre. A A kind
COUNTRY PRODUCE bought a d sld.
Pays the Highe t Price for ree Saltd


S$aalisbury Lumber Company's Mill,
TwOeSliea East ofSt. Andrews, are now prepared to funidll first-clas

L W.; -6 A
I- i'.Either Rou4g o. Dressed, i *
ALS -IjS3,C T-CE AND "M] U-IXTI$Q)X [ -%S.-


H, fc ltural d Improveeeunt


,*hb purpose of this Comlu'any is to Improve the ou'qtry adjacent to, t
Andrews Bay and to
Develop its Resources as'a Fruit-Growing CouAtry.
T? accomplish this the;Comnpany pro^.pses to iell Lands in tractsof weo
and-a-half and 'iveAcres to such parties onlyeas will impr'do them by .thL
creation of Houses. Fences and such Permanent Imi~tovements as mll enhance te
wke.* ofeach. tract so disposed of, and particularly to '
Plant them out in Trees, Plants and Vines,
To the end that in the shortest prae i cai su.'h tract shall be a
S", :Source of Revenue to its. wnerF ;
The first question which will naturally be asked will be: r"ls this Com-
ry reliable"? ApdI the ,answer to it is: Any person empl og the Company
(,hakl improvements may-deposit an approximate payment of estimated cost of
tie same with any responsible business man or firm doing husi a on the Bay or in
taak at their o'wn home to be pai4 over only when the Co shall satisfacto-
flly| how that the improvements have been made accord ment.
The Company will not only improve and plant, but ch and care for
11) property entrusted to its keeping,guarding against forest honest pilfterers
.4wgdaplagef from any cause possible to be prevented.
:Fnrom a careful estimate of the probable expense income of a fruit
- ^atattion in the St. Andrews Bay country a few n i
Price of ana per acre, say $g5 to $50; cost of clearing, 20; ostof planting 1st
,la, ,as $30; cost ofcu.ivaties eac'year thereafter,$ '
bhItiw not extravaganu to estimate that a'l-acre vinet wvjtl on the third

lg4aiif properly cultivAted, yield $200 worth of. fruit and of s nearly or quite
the~ ate, while figs should do even better than that. Then gb perhaps a little
longer some of them, in coming into profitable nearing may bW ned pears, apricots,
IaMtarnes, plums, prunes, mulberries, olives, Japan persinlm F almonds English
01lanta, Japau chestnuts, pecans, and many other varieties of 'ts and nuts. which
"A almost certain to flourish here; while oranges and citrus fru.4 -though not con-
siared certain yield'large returns oftener than they miss .
The Secretary of the Company will give particuln r attention to an-
4miag letters of inquiry, and the Buoy will inits answers to correspondents an-
*r all questions asked it.
R M E EM BER the Company Lands will be sol'din Easy
hrlus.oof Payment; but improvements must be paid for aiiratifa'rerv proof is given
aShthe work hae been performed. CORRESPOND BCE SOLICITED.
Address R. E. HOWARD, Sec. W. A. EMMO NS, 'r eident.
I, St. Andrews Bay, Fla. '

iThbe Old iellable

or single, rn- cases, ot exposuref
Jroreesm or improprieties. tLI
TE *Boaryd and aparotnmienta
w~rheit desired. Qu~tQ R Wnn ,

0%;sbaJ.uu. CUTRED without the use f
J i. u Blnk and Book free. CU
U DR. t. 13. TT
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Gilt ERICBar Or Solmone!
Ond hundred anltxt'v acres of choice
F trming md i l souuth half of section
r, towngi.' range 13w. Good
Dwelling i'!s'ive Well, convenient
outhouses. uit Orchard of Pears,
Peaches. P tc., and nearly 1,000
Grape Vinea 1 in bearing. If taken
soon will be s for
$ ,O 00?
And the improveme rf alone cost a good
deal more mbiey. wouldd prefer cash
down. hut miglii gi Line on one-half the
purclhas- mnqney. or full particulars ad-
dress the Be Y, undrews Bay, Fla

p a o-o i t am"nd
F I L. I dioy0,nerveous deblUtyI
t i Wtd lo, Nat st ftr 13 cenl
n.3. WAR, 1) IMSN tar. HU 120.Mi3fJMHB

Marie aun Her Little Ragged
"Happy New Lear's marshal!"
shouted a chotous of childish voices
in the Rue Imperiale of Lyons. They
were gamini'F the town, who, in a
band, crow ed around Marshal Cas-
tellane on the 1st of January, 1857.
The IT~g hearted man, who was at
th l me military governor of the
t I~i, finding- himself surrounded by
re young t archins, conceived a
strange idea, which was both the
indication apd the result of his na-
"You want Now Year's gifts, my
boys?" said he.
"Yes. yes!" shouted the young-
sters in horns.
"Very well, my little friends; you
must win them."
"Win them! How?"
"By taking them by storm "
"How so?"
The thing is very simple. You
see that candy store there at the
corner of the street?"
-'Yes, marshal."
"Very well. Take it by storm,
and when you capture it you are at
liberty to sack it. Everything that
it contains is yours."
The youngsters were delighted. In
short order they picked up all the
stones that they could lay their hands
on and sent volley after volley at the
windows. For a"moment nothing
could be heard but thp ringing clat-
ter of broken glass.
Out bonndiie proprietor with a
big stick in hi nd. He was about
ochrge uln the young vandals
he noticd rshal Castellane,
hi L ed witi lauglar, endeavor-
int a cond bombardment.
T.bh i immediately became
cl' opkeeper's mind, and
he, ut laughing.
e breach was made, the
little rase s rushed into the shop,
opening t door simply to avoid the
necessity f passing through the
,windows. Then they made a furious
atta the candies and cleaned
out al hlie entire stock.
Wheni t expedition was ovpr,
ahe wuars ordered a second one
against a eshop. The little army,
command y Castellane, won an-
other vtory, the recompense for
which lwas the absorption of an im-
mense number of cakes.
The two battles and the damages
cost the millionaire marshal nearly
100.000 trancs. That was his con-
tribution in the form of New Year's
gifts for the gains of Lyons.
On th(8 following year he lhad an-
other adi future. This time the mil-
itary gov-einoi, in the course of an
evening *alk, stopped by chance in
front of tn antiquary's store, where
there were some curious old things
displayed in the window. Among
some objects of a rare value was a
little ragged doll, well worm and evi-
dently of the cheapest kind, just
abd ut good enough for a junkshop.
"How it got there among the ob-
JeB fthe antiquary was the tling
t l tzsled the marshal. Just then
-t tle girl camq up in a hurry, car-
rying a iaf'of bread under her arm.
Shivering ikn the cold January wind,
she d1e,.' over her thin shoulders a
little' faded shawl, while her dress,
worn and light, clung to her frail
limbs at each step she took.
The little one opened the door,and,
without entering, said to the shop-
keeper: "Mr. Antoine, did anybody
make an offer lot my doll?"

"Five cents was all that I was of-

T. A. Slocum, M. C., the Great Chemist
Sand Scientist, Will Send Free, to
the Afflicted, three Bottles of
his Newly Discovered Rem-
idies to Cure onsnqp-_ -
tion and all Lung Troubles.
Nothing could be fairer, more philan-
thropic or carry more joy to the afflicted,
tlan the offer ofT. A. Slocum, M. C., of
183 Pearl street, New Yo-k City.
Confident that he has discovered an
absolute cure for consumption and all
pulmonary complaints, and to make its
great merits known, he will send free,
three bottles of medicine, to any reader
of the Buor who is suffering from chest.
bronchial, throat and lung troubles or
c nsumption.
v.- eadv this "new scientific course of
} n np,i." has permanently cured thou-
s;in of apparently hopeless cases.
T Doctor considers it his religious
duty--duty which he owes to human-
ity-to d~ia.te his infallible cure.
Offered freely, is enough to commend it,
and more soN\i the perfect confidence of
the great chemist making the propositfeu.
He has proved the dreaded consump-
tion to be a curable disease beyond any
There will be no mistake in sending -
the mistake will be in overlooking the
generous invitation. He has on file in
his American and European laboratories
testimonialsaof experience from those
cured, in aUl.rts of the world.
Don'tdelai until it is too late. Ad-
dress 1'. A. Slocum. M. C., 98 Pine
street, New York, and when writing the
Doctor, please give express and post-
office address, and mention reading thi!
article in the Buoy,

feared for it," replied a hoarse 'voice.
'That's not enough," said the lit-
tle one. Then she closed the door,
and, with a sigh, continued her jour-
ney. The marshal followed her
closely, but she did not notice him.
She entered a poor, tumble down
house and mounted the stairs. When
she came to the garret landing, the
child oeined a door and disappeared.
Castellane stealthily crept up and
listened at the door.
"*Your were very long, Marie, and
the little ones are dreadfully hun-
gry." said the voice of a woman in-
"The baker refused to give us any
more credit, and I had to talk to
rhmi," replied the little girl. "But
anyway here is the bread, mama. Let
,.,o cut it for tle children.'"
The marshal did not need to ;...i
any more. He understood the case
ti-oroughly. In a hurry he returned
to the antiquary, and, pointing to
the old doll, asked:
"How much for this dol11;"
"Anything you wish sir," said the
d ealer.
"Well, let us say 100 francs."
"You are joking, are you net?"
"Not at all. Here's the money."
1"Oh, my dear sir, if you only knew
the good you are about to do."
"!To whom?"
"To a little girl in the neighbor-
,lod, the eldest of a numerous family
in desperate straits. The father is
at present in the hospital. They are
unfortunate people, but very honest,
[ can assure you. The little girl
told me to find a purchaser for that
old doll. She fancied, poor thing,
that she would geE 10 cents for it.
I never thought I could sell it. You
sa3 100 francs?"
"I said 100 francs, and I have just
finished counting out the amount,and
here it is. And the marshal placed
20 5 franc pieces on tlie little counter
of the shop. The dealer wrapped
tlie doll in a paper and presented it
to him, with many thanks and bene-
dictions in the name of tie family.
Without paying much attention
to him, Castellane left the *: ,p and
returned to the old house with the
ittept on of leaving thle doll at tle
do r for little Marie. But t' e latter,
wlouse impatience had been sharpened
by want, had already returned to th,
dt~ er. What was lie:. joy when Ale
toll her the good l ck that ha:! come
to ler! She received thie rioney andl
cani back to the Ironsa'; .s fast as
shle could irn. She ace- .. plisheml
the' jonrney with soclh hi tste : he over-
took the marshal at t: -. do;'- of the
"Ali, it was you!" she criedl just
as shia found him in the act of plac-
ing the little package at tlhe door of
the humble lodging, and in an out-
bu.ist of gratitude tlie little thing
threw lier arms aionnd the neck of
her bcnelactor and kissed him.
Whhen tlie good hearted Castel-
laite afterward o!ll this little story,
he added:
"Never in my life did I get a kiss
that went tu mly heart like that."

Just try a 10c box of"Cascarets, the
finest liver and bowel regulator ever made.
The littlettawu of Peculiar in Cass
County, Mo.,got its name in rather
a curious maner. Its founders got
into a controversy over 'what they
should christen it, and finally referred
the matter to the Postoffice )epart-
me-nt, saying that they didtt't care
what name was gion thd placec as
long as itWvas peculiar O1 n" of the
Washingto'ifofficials then4n a.spirit
of waggery, named it accordingly.

Wild passenger pigeon, which once
were so plentitul all over the UnitB,
States that at their time of migra-
tion they were slaughtered by tens of

thousands, are now
flock of less than a
comment in a fairly

so rare that a
hundred excited
wild country in


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Our Clubbing List.
The BUOY has made very liberal clut-
bing arrangements with a few of the very
best publications in the country and for
the presetf can send for a whole year
The BUOY :ind
Leslie's Uust rated Weekly for....$3.00
Deminorest's Magazine............ 75
The Florida Citizen, dailvyfor.... 00
'1l he Florida Citizen, wel v, for. . 55
'sict Americanr ._..3 50
Farmer and Fruit Grower" 2. *55
l"o:0 c a .c- ult.. u .ist . 5
do clubso .i, each .2 2
Farm Joural~ Ph, :';i''a n 'i 1 10
Cincinnati F.! W ck
8 lar'gr' pig l issuc.. .. 1 7
SAtlani a C.Ostit i ... I 70
N. Y. Vo:'ld (thric a wpaPk)....... 1 73
For :iilv i- either the above public
tions i;i connection ;bth thle BUOY, ad
Iress iall uoders to THIE btUOY.
S t.. Aeidrews, Fla

Wa-i t-d tl TRUST WORTHY and ACT
IVE gen te:r. en or ladi s to travel for re-'
spo'sible, est.ablidro'b hwuse in Florida.
Monthly ,,". and expenses. Position
steady. Reference. l ;:le- self-ad-
dr.essed' stai ped envelope The Do-
minion Co lnpai y, Dept W.'ehi 'h.;. o.

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I you n the best. 11
D, ERRY & 0. r r


A Monument to Col. CUlipley.
PENSACOLA, Fla, Dec. 10, 1897.
At a meeting of the City Council of L 11U
Pensacola, Florida, held on December and the
8, 1897, the following resolution was
unanimously adopted: B 3 y o u n t r y.
Be it resolved by the City Council _
of the City of Pensacola, That it is the We have made arrangements by
-cnse of this council that a monument which we can furnish this fine MAP
should be erected in the present public covering about eighteen miles square
square bounded by Palafox Jeffersou. of territory, including the Cincinnati
Government and Zarragoossa streets in Company's Tract, also Harrison,
the city of Pensacola, in mem'- y of Parker, Cromnanton, and adjacent
W. D. Chipley; and to that e .d the country, for
mayor is authorized to appoint 'i com- ONE DOLLAR.
mittee consisting of himself ,s one. Or give', for 5 cash yearly subscriptions.
three (3) members of this co acil and :By the aid of this map the location of
twenty (20) representative citizens of landsipurcha;ed of the Cincinnati
the city of Pensacola, to receive p ppu- Company canbe easily ascertained,
lar.su~-lrrptt P ",---'oh monument; to or, parties may send us $1 and their
procure and drect such monument when description and we will locate their
sufficient subscriptions have, in the lots and returt-tiAh ap by mail.
judgment of the committee, been ob- Address
tainted; co pipPerlv inscribe the same --t Andrews. Fla.
-Tn-d-?M 16ud vio defor suitable exercises for
for suite exercises for For 5 cash suthsc'riiers, we will give as
the dedication thereof, a premuim, I Sectional Map of the Bay
In accordance with the above, the country, or 1 Map of the City of St. An-
below mentiofid were duly appointed urews. Either man sold singly-$1

by the mayor to receive popular sub
scriptions for sich monument.
All those wlo desire to give for this
purpose will phase send their subscrip
tions to Wm. H. Knowles, the secre
tary and Ireamirer of this committee
or else deposit them in the First
National Banlor the Citizens National
Bank, both of his city, to the credit o
the "Chiuley monument" account. Or,
if preferred, S. Andrews Bay subscrip-
tions may be ldt with the editor of the
BUOY, to be b3him forwarded
The newspapers throughout the state
are requested ; publish this notice.
Very respectfully,
WM. I. BLOUNT, Chairman.

-Sol Cahn,
F. C. Brent,
A. V. Clubbs,
Wm. Fisher,
J."W. Frater,
Pat McHugh,
John Holland,
W. H. Knowle,
R. M. Cary, Ji,
C. B. Parkhill,
David Tobic,

L, Hilton Green,
J. Ed. O'Brien,
C. F. Giles,
J. M Hilliard,
J. W. Lurton,
Wm. Bazzell,
H. T. Wright,
T. V. Kessler,
W. K. Hyer, Sr.,
C. W. Wills,
T. E. Welles,

- Of the C it of St. Andres,
- Gotten up with g:. at care by the
, publisher, who has sparedd no pains
t to prepare for the pi blic a map of
SSt. Andrews as it really is. It shows
f about
SFxtending eastward h1om Deer's
- Point, taking in the Old 'j own site ot
St. Andrews, and gives location of
Public business places, p-rivate resi-
dences, docks, etc., alsc every lot in
each-block, and the adjoining addi-
tion to-thCiTrcinnati Company's
land, with a' full description of the
The Map iVill Ih:iw owners of lots
in the city jist' where they are lo-
cated, and is of value to those think-
ing of buying property.
Size of Map 30k50 Inches.
The BUOY will vend his map to any
address dn tlhe iceipt of
0 N E :D-O L LA R
Or giver, as a premium .- 5 yearly
cash suecriptionsm

iBrp itcollis Dru. Store,


Fr c Guaranteed Purityi
O fersi i Prc ional Services to the Citizens of St. Andrews an
S-Surrounding Country.
May be .iund-at is residence on Buenna Vista avenue at night.




--A-& A WARE,

S9ip Chandlery, Salt Fish, Etc. Etc., Etd

Baltimore Tiie and Nlet company.
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If "ou i;eeJ lULtRNTURE of any kiiid,+callon


40 42,& 44 S. Pa..fox st, Pesacola, Fla.

L RGEST & ErnT '

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A Fill LiiOe of Cann a l oos

ast. LOOs & A CoDnm a ny'SL

TBtHE LctMAg ForeN Pump.


reirhttlo St. _A r,'.qa .Lay about 'it cents, mmijg i I, p, ~,uiivered
$4.,0. But the Bu Y proposes to do better than this and will send the BUOY
one year anci fu- nibh one of these plows complete at the factory for $4.50;
"lmtulna-t to pay freight.
Ti-, plow may be seen in operation at the BUOY Farm at any time
rde r fio the BUOY d e .
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T;'., _-E MARKS
Anyone an ding a sketch and description may
quickly ascertain Qur opinion free whether an
invention is probably patentable. Communica-
tions strict ey confldntial. Handbookon Patents
sent free. C Idest agency for securing patents.
Patents taken through Munn & Co. receive
Special notice, without charge, in the
$cintific Hmrnricau,
A handsomely Illustrated weekly. Largest cir-
culation of any scientific journal. Terms, $3 a
year; four months, $1. Sold by all newsdealers.
MUNN & CO.36 Broadway, New York
Branch Office. 625 F Sft., Wa pngton, D, C.


ALWAYS REIEABLs and perfectly BAWE, The ine
as used by thousndot wmen lover the United State.
In the LD DOCTOR S private mai practice, tor 88 year.,
an- d ot asingle bad result.
,Money returned if uot as represented. Bend 4 osni
stamped ) for sealed particnlars.
OR. WARD IN4SIITUT., 120 N.9th. St. SLoos. Mo.

:.'';; E : : ,ae. Er c rit Cure.
/ "-. -" B. Smnatorium,
l .-. 822 Pine St.,

S 'o" .v'I Call or Writeg
Absolutely sale and no Injury to health


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