St1 Andrews Bay!
First, Last, and all the
ANDREWS, FI., MAY 4, 1893.
;nnatorp- Holdy. Sam'l-Pasco, Monticello;
HIon Wilkinson Call, Jacksonville.
r e opcee.nt.atives--st Districti S. R. Mal-
lh i'on, iisacwta; 2d -District, C. M.
n r't, per electt)
S"nnd (ittice--Register, Alex. Lynch; Re-
r eiIer, \oliiie.. J. Shipmah, Gainesville.
: ':. "' STATE., .
f Gjvernoi-Hentry L. Mit-chell: AttHio.%\
e(,cuerah, W in. B. LauIar; S' --.ti r I
.State, J. L. i:ianr:, I. : I-, .lntrIhti. \V.
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cl I' t he. Peaclle B. Thompsp n;
pu.i0. Hrne, -ipley:t Circuit Court
VW. evh.eV, snon: i 'Tax A .- o r,A.
J.a ras.y\ Point; Suchool .intuper-
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ce of the. Pe'acf,-G. B. Thompspn;
ublif, -Depotity Circuit Court
pkia; Schbool Super-
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SAW MILL AND 11MBERMEN'S SUPPLY
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NAILS, BUILDERS HARDWARE, WR OUGHT IRON PIt
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EMMONS-& LYNCH .
Publishers and Pro@prietors
WM. A. E.AmoXs. E. J. LYNxn.
A.lvertising Rates Made Known on
.. Ausweis to- Correspondents.
ullr n lot,; it ]:i- a l\i _. ti,._r \, l |'
att.ti.t t oi to su.h. lin tt,. ; bilr' -
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themn A ny iliti,:.- ,n It l--k ,.1 ill 1 ,,
atisiv,'r,_al ,, lchei.rft' lly am trl t, th,:. v,_.1\
Iloest of ,*n '. ability al ,.l :ill ,, .-- a-lk
in return is that thi:' l>'ker t'f r illfr-
mnati.:n help alrn': tih.. w, k w \ ax-
iundhitaken- tlh.at ,:f l..illin- u1, SL.
Andilr,:w and ti.he r.-:i- -.u try anl
a.hling value to every ,litle ot 1hop-
.eriy owvnel Il.y ..ur.'ruest iont er' l' y at
p.ic ier.couing t anl renmair.ing i ult.-
4 crihler .to the liov lIeniriih r at
courts, Orlando, Fla.; we know noth-
ing about the value of lots in Higley.
N. J. H. G., Pittsburg, Pa.: The
title is still good; but taxes should be
attended to; follow the instructions
given in the Buoy.
W. P. C., Washington, D. C.: We
take pleasure in sending the Buoy and
trust you will like it so well that you
will become a regular subscriber.
A W.alk Froml IiEat Bay to
11 I( lt ,I:11 11:111.1 1) the aI :~
t -)I hv, ti. a I: I I 'IN,
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flel Fi-h [Pviialit- i'l i" calliIl alvi
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-.ax'~~~ aI.La lzen laii's lsll h
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largest farms are Collon
and Fowler's. I saw
Schmidt's plantation, a
is taking in a large
land. The people of
have good reason to
neglect on the part o
commissioners. On tl
Laird Bayou and on th
East Bay saw mill, is,
I i\:-' 1 i .n t :t ,1 i .'i t l-
,.': thl *i..' i- : l .lace<
M ill (IC e.I ,t li -l i- n
XV' Iii Ic th i' 't ll., j ct
thi t t.he i .: alt,.r a la
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ki..u, n ;- the i liv\-r bli
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th _.. ,.,..-.t sile th,: e i t
i,,;,.l c:'ll-.1 E ller, e,
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t hr. elietn ict .rl the !p
lIil ., or: thiis .ubjectl
that the roads a: a rnl
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D ra I' l ' tMait t--- .'" ..u -r- senlx'lp ,+: toI. .-, I...i.l.-r,- a n" "' "lani : IO -1 ll t10r1.. "'" a Li ve fel l
e and salesroom in teo. Ris, collector oteie is tofty miles naway iaito,. tu p o i a o ace a .i' ic
'. btf, corner of Bay View and and, to do anly business Owith him we altogetler, itoes tile .would gisg a leedt 1.o tar t
Pn avenueSA .RKER. wVould last foo Yls i te ii a lit I
ig av s must w rite him; senud two cts for his
S. Andtw s aFloride This plnae is growing up fast; it is guidLe boards at cross roads is very
a PckIINS, tanswie r th c Meo n-- in c on the north side and oi the main annoying. I hlked eight miles ont
.o ans a eer the correspondent:
SPublic. and of East Bay, while Cro nanton of my o t.y and had to retrace my
cuit Court Cler,. Mis. L. L., nt ianapolis, Ind.: No is on the south side. It is well plced steps to get on the right road. lhe
igs in the Rodney one can tell you about youi lots until for a tiwn, has apostofice, and store, road f 1rom Mr. trown's onl Bear creek
I n a k ee- t E A a itm a t I :o s t s i o st .: tt" ,,e 1.117, 111i.a,: a hll' 1-]: ,0 w 1 s 1" ta I' is n o w b l di a -'I,,-
:1. and s.esroon in G oo. Rus- co le iles aw ay lt oll tu 111t' fr ez n po tlc .\ Xnlarge "ouse o t .e o near tL' t.111-
oor north ofpostoffie. you describe then acceding to yiur of wiiel w. h. litt is the p1oerietor; to Carnley's is good, and so are t~Ms.
PBhyicianD and tc- sufficient, you rust lso give tie A large house has been built on the etco. T hIe Carnleys' have come
Piwooldn ast fou ygSto-. 're,, at
11 avenues n,... ichis quarter, section, township anud ange Fo tlee point and the fame o of lately fr. Marianna and have
tFlorid hnlTrehs is a hlandmet icat a canning ctory is in process iof cleared a large tact cof land ais aver
SFlor. vlag nser aen mlet s mort of the Po hs determined to s cceed in raising a
I. BUTLER. d toe tl t" heGulf of Mexico; nothing could ae teo the od oe aof o. Pe main aig cro. Tae anet settler o th
Pblactise.intate be uore delightful than the whol d East Ba, wilec re of tho S. in s to Cpley is
.l. Courts. -ill attend tbl.,. er. .i s place i, m,,. feileetat rI aw it st. thi s to and E i s
c t. tndrews en wnted ar. Mry y as a lace for an i residence by fish and oyste sieddleris who colace 1t. Cto geomse sold his old plae toe
irn,,s in the Rodney one can tel .you abolt your lots until for a t", h1a. asl. ostoffice, and store, road from Mr, Brown's ondBear creek
aRd of ice, fi- both for health and t cordint; the cli- f hih . Pitarts of Westi Florida, J.to Crynolds. who has ar laMre
pJ. J. KESTER, deed; simply the. lot and block is noc lioplw's pies. I speak from experi-
TH y MAILe. ann ,tiA-ate is muost salb ious, the me gcury e GeorgiA aa an labana; new houses sthe epe faher, and is no building a
1ae.nuee :rug owl St. Andrewserpit aiound t fIaule wor of lately fas Marianna and have
la canning f-actory is in process of cleared Oa large tract of land andf a re
MiRs. M N POSTMITESS. villa1Ig below mile oth fe poi in all directions a newg office h c- 'g e oter use on tthe oad in ar taii
st: t ilia. Cied i winter or rising ; o n cadde d to thm e on d Pake wlo is a real Sulr bi hueropr Sri. The next settle- t
rts W attnday et B- s cur; or inva s, saving th ose estate aei nd osur Veyo, and Mls. o met is M. Porter's, hiso owns the
tj. Aut one withw consumption, nothing P. is p stnstis res Here I met Sen- land atroud the Moc casin creek,
aRd office, ., both for health and comfort; thae cli- fon a i ar te ori J Ec no wh s a la I
-iio R o nitdo could be smote d desirable rlid manc y atoi J. AMarti, wh ceered for which has a fai bridge and fequiline
THE MAILS. i t tell hat cheeks. He as I belive bracing timber. Te ad at te north side
RS. 'MAXON T POST ISTIE u S. ri liing balo th' "'ein; cit-n for iis work t Tanllhassee. of the bridge is luch impro ved since
a estI and. north. k -il, via. Chiple .d- Ii winte ori-i rising above liee icat- Ibsu At n, I saw it a real this place and cottfina
i ti invalids, saving : read A short distance eastof Parker is one ae good places to rest at. Econfina
.I li ". tI d' .ill knd.. iii* a' lls1 I' ii n r gone wit h. con (ion, no a of t ettist its fo a village is te ho e of or county epre
S- a it- Eest Bay. Here also is a lan d around the Moccasin is about
t 'ii ':i',. a-i alIi ti' 'I'li I-tappo, ailn which N1.. W.ritts will in a few days r hichdy betweai St. rigndrewes ant
bliO L ANd Gi I'. FE.CE POST ,.,1- l w. .l w,., liii': anda Thre mail bat iun by e apt. tr. idg-es of red and white clay and
onerat'dll-d Ai E.M;.N- illril l ]lt t .*I:Iit i.'lliil-. li ices one mile ard a half wiude fcoi torth by oear le water a rid on the banks
iA t-' dl east --ery morning "ae "a to south and about four miles long oaks, h ick lay, here nature seemsand
C D N 1. I I A. .. 'it t I i.* Miri i,: O w ith o ster nars gl'Ov l pgofousoIOrn. tOn o
3i :i Y F, .iL ris ', Ilil-n"rh'- it s 'iez m ia a il PA aI-li '.litae not every side near the shore. The E cofina noit t here is a table land
b leryia'tiop:, lite,.'tl,, 8."1 a i I*Illnly ard and tman of that name hid a saw cotatus that dimple known as 'the
-- ill t i t. l ili been mill tdeeper ting some color of his lxuriant growth of every sort he
W. ut i-. 1KIt til .i wa c s of bvevy side them-c ar s ttle rs Thee ith t base rup ad r about sixty feet
13i' t.lit TiI.' 2: -it- 'N tifcate are in all about twenty families liv- n eg j ard one hundr' wide dogwood,
, I: Bl aeud .lo ill -I I ill .VI:u ,I.'\ "'al ii i Ii li it the ing on ths ork at Taahass of thee ay; theybridge are pine oak and vines it. The
i..t .h e il EIN Fl,.riiI. Zt -1 tant -. it, r.nt,, n iith, I ti er eat- I saw it last; this place and notfina
S t e t he N 1-- li i 1 at:-.1 LT. S al-I dr iiio -antet-
.S e e iil, e atiav:" t.li. Ath:l h -tit r '.i (tI11.-. : money f i east o st o fe isParker is one are good place esteret at. Econfi t a
N .FNE P.1 r ai.. n i all andf the preal is tie nearest stoites a village hole is h e home of county repres
a-fA 'I e a ll, F.I ',t es I h. l,. l, t -el iamno,' -,,the
lua d. .1. T'. .1.. ('.tll -. Iin : Send The a rca ot It un cultivation a g ave, R. ai lnger, a d is about
-i. t'.. HSi .. ,, i .' t k of has been t rip ld in the pa st year the gra es and he hog ini
.,'6C, -,:,I ill til.. T',7, reader w i midway between St. Andrews and
l"Patents a.l. .] they live o pen np a large Clesitock of g sipley; here againl comes great
"' |i Land'1 G',.. l'.t,'l ,. ,, ,I ,,te C.,n- ....The iail bbat ru-in by Capt. l). ridges of red and white dcay and so tile
'eellatiln.Y. .\,I t, the"- Witherill got around LongToint and phosphate has been found h i-e. The
'ed.hi East y proer burst on 0111. view. creek, if cleared out, would be a good
Go"ea- t WNt A. t NIONS.e, Pli ,.,.,t, i. e mile and a half wide f,'om north body of clear water and ol the banks
C 1: n ac't -_t Ii? .'"s-T' s i I 'I5ij vi tu
\u .ary pilgrim Inam ti ti .: .
t ,"I'!: ill lI,, li,,fl e r m any year a
i'..r l to th ,.,\ u ,..n !, ,, le[ I. lil;'tv
n il,.- I' ,i i...... I i 1 Ii d .t,_ t h e \\ . 1i I.
"I' .- .. '\ L .' i t. iti '.n t lit,'l i i e L i', i-;
au-l timl i',ltt[lic 'iulti ~L. A idrew.s, ija
only a question of tine and until we
have a railroad we must keep the
post road passable. Good bridges
are much wanted; there is a good one
on Bear Creeck and a few more ate
much needed in our coun ty and more
particularly in the southwest of it,
where the main road goes to WVowa-
hitchka and also to East Bay.
Suggestion to Orange Eater s.
Ther e is no doubt tlat half the
orange is destroyed by the difficulty
of eating it gracefully, although that
is a fmat which, like building an open
fire, everyone imagines his mode is
tle best. So great a terror does an
orange inspire in a woman at a lunch-
con, with the fatal example which
has so often been told hanging over
her of the man who broke an engage-
ment when he saw his s.;eetheart
hacking at one, that this delightful
food is generally tabooed, One feels
tempted to follow the example of the
dear old lady who was in the habit
of retiring to her room with an
orange and locking the door after
her. But the mystery was lately
solved at a luncheon, and the solu-
tion will be hailed with delight by
the housekeepers. The orange was
peeled and sliced and brought on the
table cut up fine in punch glasses, in
which there was a great deal of juice.
In each glass there was cracked ice
and sugar, and this delightful com-
bination, which embodies all the de-
lights of the fruit, with none of its
disadvantages is eaten with a spoon-
There is said to be several millions
of the Chinese almanac printed in
Pekin every year.
In small hotels in Russia each
guest is expected to find his own bed
It is estimated that $600,000,000
is yearly spent in races in this
The Phcenicians were the first to
employ engineers to fortify cities,
vey in the large dining room, Irit1 "
stood the heavy iron safe; which pos-
iessed a peculiar attraction to him.
And again thanking her for her cour-
tesy he took his departure.
"I understand that your aunt was the
victim of a robbery?" remarked the'vis-
"I was not aware that it was gener-
ally known," was the reply of the young
lady, whose manner showed a slight dis-
pleasure at the remark.
"It is hard to keep such matters se-
cret, however desirable it may be. May
I ask whether the criminals have been
"I really know nothing about it," an-
swered Miss Gilder, with a manner-
which showed she wished the subject
dismissed. Simpson, however, was not
to be thwarted so easily.
"Then you were not here at the time?"
"Which was undoubtedly fortunate
for you, for such men are always des-
perate and hesitate at no crime. Their
visit was a great shock to your aunt and
doubtless hastened her death:"
"Yes-no-that is, of course she was
shocked, but the subject is an unpleasant
one to me."
The momentary confusion shown by
Miss Gilder confirmed Simpson in his
conviction that only the border of the
mystery of the rajah's ruby had as yet
been touched. Despite his caution arid
the skill with which he had managed the
interview, the young lady had formed a
suspicion of him. A woman's instinct
is superior to a man's wisdom, and she
was on her guard.
If the detective was to win, it must be
through a victory over this keen witted
young lady.' Her last remark proved it
He.could frame no good excuse for
tarrying longer, and again thanking her
for her courtesy took his departure.
Althou;ii himlpson and Manson had
spent so iiacil time together the evening
before, they deenmed it wise to act at
othertimes asif strangers. On there-
turn of the former to the hotel he learned
that bis associate had gone.
This was expected, for the matter was
-understood between them.
"He is hot on tihe trail of those sepoys.
Max believes that when he runs them
down the case will be-closed.
it will, but I do not
tery of the
most of t.
home of th
te runyr '-; uear iH or, -T
sleep nightly, -am so w "
"HaIvei't I '.ssuredd 'yad ~i."s. o
cause for fear? Then you knw there is'
.r rather was, a regular d~ tive here.
He wna sent at my request, and if he has "'
not already goupe home disgusted with
the busi-llss he will -.."n do so." .
"How do y:,u L kL.iw Ivl will?" '
"Wlih, how shi:.uhl knoww except from
his own lips?" "
"I wonder if those men alwqyq tell the
The listener smied(and .sad in his
mind, "She ought to be a detective, fr
my hardest task will be to outwit her.',
"Did he make any inquiries of you
concerning the--ah-affair of-last week?"
"He started to do so, but I gave him
such 4i plain hint that the subject was a
painful one to me that he did not repeat
"You didn't give anything away, Misa .
"I think not, but he confused me for a "
moment by his abrupt question. I am "
sure that if he continued I would have
"Well, my good friend, I cannot share
your misgivings. Nothing is more nat-
aral than for a man to look over the prop-
erty which he contemplates purchasing,
and I cannot see anythin sfuspicio smrl. -
tWie call of this geutlemanam on you. 1
trust you looked becumingltsad when
he referred to the death of your beloved ,
That this was a hypocritical guery" was
proved by the audible laugh which '9c- u
pompanied it. The young lady.said re-
"I assure you, doctor, that Icanuees
nothing to laugh at in this business.!
Shall not cease to worry until"--
"Until when?" he asked as she hesi -'
"Oh, untilit is settled and the whole'
matter off our uds." s ..
"And that will b
Take my advice, Miss Gilder,-and
no more of it, except to smile over *
clever way in which the whole thing
been manager. But I believe a p N
is in the next room."
'The waiting "patient" whisked,
ly to the other side of the ap
where he was demurely seated
doctor, having bidden Miss Gildt
day, opened the other door to invitehin
into his office.
The face of the physician showed thl
he was a little startled when he recog "'"
nized in ]is visitor the gentleman whom
he had been talking about to the y'.ng *
lady. Despite his a--surances to her L
was not entirely frnoe from susp
though he sought to conceal it b
manner. Ieo rtmist have reflected
Mr. Simpson was really
had been given a
un some i1'
S droves sleep there at night. The
S county eonlmissioners might buy'an
acre of *'Ianl in each district and
fence it in; the cost would not be
iinlteainld the benefit would be great,
Seven on sanitary principles. The
one nasty, ugly, horrid break on the
whole journey from St. Andrews to
Chipley is near Paul's door and on il
WS White Oak creek. Pai the fils, was -- .
|E S eonivertedi and this Paul was our.last -
i county surveyor, and why he did not opy SIT I!
make a report of triis wheel-breaking,
ttiigs, horse-and-mani-killing spot is a puz- coNTINOUD.]
zle. The hills and hollows on the r CHAPTER V.
PE, 'road are now very sensibly felt, the ou lMSO MADE A BRILLIANT DIS-
wi"l:en -e n ~PLAY OF HIS SKILL.
(,II nitl white elay:becbnies Ippalenit Betwepn 9 and 10 o'clock on the fol-
on all sides. The home of Mi. Evans. lowing morning the b-av knocker of the
is on theide of a hill and below is a residence of the late Mis.a L'.-ermore wats
Leather.a llsounded,, and the maid who answered it
great glen containing a large vine- found the rotund Mr. Simpson.awaiting
l. S- yard. Some miles further on, and, her. With a polite bow he asked:
S, "Is Miss Gilder in?"
on the other sid of the road is the "She is," was the unexpected reply.
L A Fuller farm, where the Vernon, Mari- "Do you wish to see her?"
Sanna and Chipley roads meet, and "If it is convenient for her to receive a
brief business call, I will be obliged."
S... again a hill; then the farms are The servant drew back the door, andhe
I's Schmidt's plenty until Orange Hill is reached, stepped into the hall. There was, no
's chn s This hill or collection of hills, covers reason for Mr. Simpson assuming any
tea plants at r other name than his own, for no one be-
San area of about four miles in extent; sides Manson suspected his identity or
Ind W. Oliver they are formed of hard red clay, a -I business in Ellenville. Chief Variclihad
piece of wild divided by glens, in which are grow- sent one of his men direct to Dr. Maid-
hoff, who was thus placed on his guard.
this district ing monster live oaks, hickory,. wal- -He deemed it wise to send another trust-
complain of nut, beech and eighteen magnolias in ed person, of whom the physician should
f the county one cluster; with great vines growing MissGilder, who entered the parlor
re east side of to the tops of some- trees over a hun- few minutes later, was a bright, pretty
ie road to the dred feet high.- There are springs brunette, vivacious in manner, graceful
Sand the thorough lady at all times..
Picny Point, of pure water, gushing oqt on every Simpson rose, iat in hand, and apologiz-
|,.int. i .ii the .ile. It is iIne..--il.i'i t. gi-\e, ,** ing for his intrusion .so sou aft'-r li'-r aif-
ctl .,l fli -r an i-,l.:a o"f < a;,. M l ill lb.y w,..rm -. -it flicti'.,n said:
S "I uundrstand that the death of your
Ie t t,- i- ll' i:,'- illt 1 e ,i eel- t l ..I Illi.' l -t.l..l .Al aunt has ma:-lo it necessary to place : thii,
ill. A I.rilI r t..Lr w.:lt eil l'r.i ,u .t. r :.hu e lI.,vcly l-'tI property in the market, learning whi'-h
tiie, al-, i i. 1 .lt it a I rit t I have c.-llel to make some inquiries for
a friend. ofi ine."
thll-le i- an ,l1. t-I .tllta:ti.. I, tt l.eak the cl nIaIl. "You afre right, but the matter is in
inll.." ihich- i- wli.:h Ii'I.rl. i t.. c:.t. t i,.Iur I lei thehandsof theexecutors-Dr. MaidJul ot
Tere ae two and Mr. Birchet.t."
i. .: it i in I,,,r -,.:-. 'here are t\\:wo r l-n1 *..Of course; but, if I am not presutm-
I. .Al\-': ..'.. ifr.n < inn' l Hill, the w\\'ct an l ea-t. ing too much, I will be obliged if you
a g Onlv o ln thlev i,: : i.,,11-1 it, 1 ctitlcr I'. ; will permit me to take a look through
creek, anl ,, thi wr-t i ti.-i ,rt t t,.t lhih ..y, it "There can be no objection to thit,"
a bl.essin- t. i i. miark.-,l ,.,::n in ils, Land \w\ ll iul- she promptly responded, rising and leail-
,eIL . ",,,Lthw i,:aly rh aLu v.f i i ing the way through thQ hall to the va-
cnil st1h3 i ', TI'eTrm( ar i.0.e,11 ry ".A . rious rooihs in turn.
I may re, I TIl/ere lives Cl. ore, -. -. The visilor had already nrticed.prrpa-
e are all i4t.. it1, J. MatMis whilMr'. Scartlt,' r nations .for removalton tke~part of the
,.ii~ .. u, .. *D" ~ **. ,-,,,,-i-n-ccup-'t9. "Th 'e .+n ,
.tfj tj-c., ^ _,^ ^ ,I^%but,
893 BY AMERICAN PRES- ASSN:.
*. -*' -
a figure emerge trom tne rronu uour,
walk down the graveled piath through
the gate and turn up the street.
'"That's my pretty nIiss Gilder," was
his conclusiun, '"and if I am. not mis-
taken she_ is..aboi.t call on
anc~ of a
'fessioual services, and I should 't vwod
der if she wants to discuss my call-upon
her.' Fact is, I feel a little trnwell my ..
self and think I ought to see the doctor
as soon as I can."
A minute later he was walking along
the street a short way behind the'young
lady, upon whose movements he kept '
Simpson was not amiss in hissuspF
cion of her intention. She turne into
the gate of Dr. Maidhoff's home and was
admitted svith only a momentatry delay ..-
Waiting a very brief time, he foHowed
her. The servant, telling him that tSh
doctor would be engaged for a -fe*w ~nio
ments, showed hihi into the sit tingroom.
This was what iSimpson wished, but"
he felt that his fortune was almost too'
good to last.
Seating himself in the chair nearest
the door of the doctor's otice, he'was .o
sooner left alone than he softly rose and
placed his ear as close as ho could get it
to the crevice.
It was running Lreat risk, but couldn't
be helped. Any nmoterientof the doctor
coulil be nuticil.at.:-d Ay tlhe e.vesdtop-
per, but he coLtild nut dtete the Rprf:..'2wh
of one'from the othir diriectio''ir r. ld.
he conceal what he was ddciinlum i- tch
a one. These risks, however, are ac --
cepted as a matter of coqprse by the pro-
Every word uttered a few feet gway
was heard di.tinc.tly by the listener, who"
only prayed that no other patients would~
arrive for some minutes, or until the "-
conversation was over.
"What makes you think so'" ws .thd
firest emark which reached hid. ers and ".
"was uttered b Dr., .-. .
[t-ee Ane he
j if T '*' '"
NEW STEAM LINE.
G OULF CITY.
4avcs Mobile every Monday; arriv-
ing at Pensacola Tuesday; St. An-
drews Wednesday; Apalachicola
Leav Hy; St.
-oad Rs. 30o P s4
Gay^^. 'rddt Beq} Sou seq "U
CkM i.-- -'.. ,r0 o "iCO.
Agts, St. Anarews Bay,
APT. J. SHELLENGER.
Makes regular trips between Pittsburg on
East Bay and Pensacola; will make reg-
*ilar landings at Cromanton and Har-
rison and at any other point when re-
quested beforehand to do so. Passen-
gers and freight transported at reason-
able rates and satisfaction guaranteed.
Orders left at the residence of the cap-
tianr St. Andrews will receive prompt
and careful attention.
JOHN T. PITTS, Proprietor.
- RANK MlTHERILL.
Carries the East Bay Mail; leaves St. An-
drews Monday, Wednesdry and Friday
mornings, arriving at Wetappo same
evening. Leare ~Vetappo al;ernate
mornings arri ing at St. Aiidr,'ew in the
evening. Passenigers ard freight trans-
ported at reasonable rates.
D.VID \\'il HERII.t..
Carries the East Bay Mail; leaves St. An-
drews Tuesday, 'hursdalr and S.turd;:a
mornings, arriiniig at Wi-enu l p.'n aime
evenings. Leave W1etappo alterialte
mornings, arriving at St. An.ihws in
the evening. Passengers and fi'igllt
transported at reasonable ratlle .
The Nettie sailed uont lMonday ith
The Mlary Mc start,-d
City bteai h up to Ware's % hal
Tuesday noom;t i1 I after discharging
.considerable I~ ht left, at 3 p. m.,
for Pensacola an'd Mobile.
O BOCUS testimonials, no bo-
gus Docto.' letters used to sell
SHOOD'S Saraparia. Every one of
ts advertisements is absolutely true.
Bear Creek Navigable.
representative Gainer hlis intro-
duced a bill ii. tle legislatun e de-
claring bear Creek navigable. Re-
ferred to the committee on naviga-
Fern ale Weakness Positive Cure
To the Editor:-Please inform your
readers that I have a positive remedy for
the thousand and one ills which arise
from deranged female organs. I shl1.
be glad to send two bottles of my rem-,y
FaRz to and lady if they will send their
Express and P. 0. address.
Dr. B. D. MARAIS1, UTICA, N. Y
A Week's Weather.
The following table shows what the
temperature at St. Andrews has been
during the past week, from observations
taken at the Btroy office each morning
Thursday April 28....... 68 79
Firday. 92 ....... 70
Saturday 29 ....... 73 82
Bunn 30........ 72 b
Mondaily, May 1 .......I .75 84
Tuesc lay. *. 2........ 74 81
Wed., -sd'y, 3 ...... 71 79
iE YOUNG MARE!
Thr1ce years ol,: broke tj) id1e tr
H' drive: or
ONE YOKE OF OXEN,
i Goo, size; bl)olke for plow or rl ad
work. Apply to
WM. (GLOVER, at HIarison.
Express anl Drayag8
S. E. MW ASRJURN,
Successor to John Lutz will attend
promptly to hauling freights, household
Saorany and all work entrusted to
a age delivered to any part of
ltie rates. Residence on
rge, young hens for sale
-and small profitsis
JOHn T. PITTs.
jewelry call at Rus-
es, the jeweler.
ere is no economy in buying
cheap spectacles; the best are the cheap-
-The Buoy and the Florida Ag-
riculturist one year, $2.50; clubs of five,
--You can get three pounds of the
very best fresh bird seed for 25p at the
Pioneer Drug Store.
-Williams has fine, fat deep-
water oysters which he is selling at 15cts.
per quart. At Wares' wharf.
-Legal cap, commercial note
letter-he d papers and 'envelopes, either
printed or plain at the Buoy office.
-The Pioneer Drug Store is the
place to get your perfumeries. tooth-
brushes, nail brushes, diamond dyes, etc
-Every person indebted to Dr. J.
J. Kester will please call and settle their
accounts on or before the 16th of May,
1893. 4 .
.~.-If yonr watch or clock is dead
or crazy, do not have it monkeyed with,
but take it to Hughes, the reliable
-Those new pansy tablets at the
Buco office are not "daisies," but they are
just the nicest pansies you ever saw.
Only 10O each.
-Seed cow peas at $1.25 per bu.;
also seed rice at 1.50, and saner kraut at
forty cts. per gallon at J. T. Pitts' store,
Parker, on East Eay.
-Thlie Florida Farmer and Fruit
Grower will be sent to any paid up sub-
scriber in club with the Buoy for $1.25; the
two papers to new subscribers for 2.50.
-If your eyesight is defective, call
at the Broy office and be fitted with a
pair of the celebrated perfected crystal
lenses, niauufactured only lby Kellam &
Moore Atlanta, Ga.
-Our correspondents will please
bear in mind that their favors must be
mailed early enough to reach us not later
tlilan inli, la e eloingi : rlth'rn ise the'
aCllinl LI-Dearl iin the cuir nIII is.- ue.
--\. H Parker tlie Parker real
slate dealer will take 1i1h--iiire in .-Ilim -
ing -aIIlionle around. no n ltler w tli-lltei in i
I'airker or cl.hr_'e l'he. anil % li-iu it Culi.-
to hargii';i s in r,'al e-t t;. i. 'Uuine eCii ot'r
greater iiidiiuce cents lhan Le.
-A. ellslls ha- bie',e Iln-rivy thi
reck m,. ing his sto1k n"' d- m intl ill,.
K. es luililin, g, hal' a I1loik In the eart
anid aclr.., Commeree strnvt ',fi'ii his fir-
mer Inoiliun. He %ill ha.na moire iowin
:1Ind ell,.i r roi nve1I ir-Inc 's f.: h:Andling hi-
steadil ine'-ensing bli-ines.
-Thle .iiiitimer w\\'ntleri' hl.
d .ni to lav etir
- au 41.1t r
ham a be t.Il~ i'tciti h A'sidc.-is
o1 hIfsm e ,.I.t'i, I,, !ttC ii' I:, t I I) o1r
h is deps I ti~l re f. -I- Ilklc
Peoria Ihhitmoix on the G11 I
C11cin p:iI 1% i :1 i f M 1 I., 1 1
i l. i...
1 1 1.14 L --.
ilhiiiTi, lith in \ .ire t' H.ill Tin.l all 0ti,.I. TTT7
:iaIli material of the olace was se;z,.'il with
the epidemic; it was one of the proverbi-
ally ple.i-.at parties of the season.
-The stock of ner'chaindise for N.
W. Pitts. previously alluded to in the
Buov, were brought in on the Nettie last
trip and are now being pla-ed upon the
shelves and sold out to customers at lhe
store in Pittsburg, where ever.lody is in-
vited to call and see whether or not it will
be to their advantage to patronize the new
-During the trip of the Jessie P.
wLe. ,he Buoy had a representative oln
board, a lady passenger suggested to Capt.
Schellenger, that his mackerel would be
nice fried in butter. IThe captain'b reply
was that he would "fry them in water and
they would taste just the same as if they
had been boiled," and of a truth the
stacks of bones piled up at each plate
around the "dining table" after the re-
past w-s prima facie evidence that they
were relished, even when "fried in water."
-Almost everybody who has be-
come interested in St. Andrews would
like to possess a map of the town an.. con-
tigous country. To all such we would say
that for one dollar sent to us we can .fur-
nish them an excellent large map of the
town with the lots a:.d public places cor-
rectly located. Besides this city map, we
have also a sectional map embracing not
only the town proper, but all the land
disposed of by the Cincinnati Company,
and while lots and locks are not shown
it is au easy matter, to gt their location
by the use of this map See advertise-
--If there is any doubt that good
leatlier can be made by a palmetto tan niing
process, even with the most crude and in-
convenient appliances for nutting it to a
test, the skeptic should call ait the Buoy
office and inspect a calfskin and buckskin
which have been tanned by W. F. Rotzien
without the aid of any of the modern ap-
pliances, but with simply liquor steeped
from the root of the scrub palmetto. It
does not, of course represent an article
-fully up to the commercial straidar1l; but
this it does do-it demonstrates beyond
the shadow of a doubt that, a little
capital invested in the business would
prove a gold mine to the person who had
the courage to embark it.
-Straws indicate the direction of
the wind sometimes, and when a new
town gets to a point that it boasts of two
notaries public, it indicates that some
motive power more potent than wind is
o selling the machinery for its progress.
in the business directory on first
hat F. B. Bell has
for the state
ge of Parker,
is best, and
closed by Frank
e of nn.ullo.edi hap-
-"11 t I I 'ii .,l I z I .Ct... -.> r,
334 3 el..ii st, Uhi:cago, Ills..
started Tuesiday on the Gulf C:ty oil
his first trip ont.
11. R. Hoag and family, conisisting
of two daughters, nad one soil, ani
Mrs. Ellen Peiree took passage oil
tile Nettie en route for ( iCicag o.
:Mr. TToag has made extensive in-
proveentents upon his place onl West
Peninsula and will return erVly in
the fall to addi materially to the
improvements already made.
Rev. Miss Mains, the revivalist
took her departure on the Gulf City
for new fields.
Annie L. Amner
Of Augusta, Ky.
More Than Pleased
With Hood's Sarsaparlila-For Tet-
ter and Blood Impurities
Stronger and Better in Every Way.
"I have been more than pleased with Hood's
Sarsaparilla. I have suffered vith totter break-
-Prices on all goods below comp-
etition at Pitts'.
-F. B. Bell will take pleasure in
waiting on his friends at Pitts'.
-Commercial, legal, and plain or
printed stationery at the BuoY office.
.--No person interested in West
Florida can afford to be without the Buoy.
-House bill No. 126, entitled an
act to incorporate the St. Andrews Bay
Horticultural and Improvement Associa-
tion passed the house of representatives
on Friday last by-ayes, 43; nays, none.
-"A Pedestrian," on 1st page,
strikes a key note when he laments the
absence of guide boards in Washington
county. The writer of this item experi-
enced a painful realization of this want
during a recent walk from Chipley, when
lie had to retrace two or three miles
walked in the wrong direction. The ex-
pense of posting every road would hardly
be worth considering and every county
commissioner ought to have his milage
cut off until he sees the want supplied,
and the penitentiary should catch the
vandal who tears one of them down.
Mis. Henrietta Railsback and son,
,lenner,'t start ,north next week to
see their old sick grandmother who
has sent for then. P. D. Railsback
remains here to take care of the
homestead during their absence.
Will Brackin was a passenger for
Pensacola on the Jessie P., and will
be absent for about a month.
An East Bay citizen named
Majors was a passenger out on the
Prof. L. L. Charles was a visitor
to St. Andrews yesterday, having
business connected with the St. An-
Chas. Armstrong 'who has been
spending the winter in Apalachicola
returned home last week and will
remain here during the summer.
Mrs. L. Harrison who has behn
slpendii.ng the winter' ? here ini her St.
A n hrew.i ,,ine %\enlt ll 'i l I. :l, a
passion' e lr nil the (;ill (ity. She
i,;l!e, heli r dl arl li e thi .nt a lI t.i at -
t nil tlhe lli ios .tntc honev l i.' 1.l:iy
Iat thl e W rld's fail ; .lie 'eii I t a
prominentt ,iticer in tli.e state : L t-
K e p',r,. .' A ,,,.ci:)tinn.
u mi I'..n s >n thl.-i .. ...l.1 ; > ; ,,,. nll ...
N PARK R; Y
Mu; n -, o P i. pic, ell I t.. lrl e l 111- 11
7U VE 'MTI)NDCIAP
IL I JAM~
FAL N LINE WITH THE GRAND RUHSH
,' TO THE
P. PLEA'S STORE.
Pitt g, FLA.
N. W, PITTS, PROPRIETOR.
I- wish to inform the citizens of Washington and Calhoun conilties that
Shave opened up a large and varied :stock of
In the Store at Pittsburg, formerly occupied by N. W. PLITTS & SON,
which I propose to sell at the LOWEST LIVING MARGIN OF PROFIT.
liecognizing the truth of P. T. Barnanm's trite saying that "You can fool
all of the people some of the time, and some of the people all of the time;
But You Can't Fool All of the People All of the time,"
I propose to show you that you need not be fooled at all in purchasing
yonr IDry Goods, Groceries, Provisions, or Boat or Farm Suppplies.
Mly expenses :arp very light; my buildings were all- uilt with a view to
convenience, ,.niil.nrt and the economical handling of an extensive-
Generatfrclhanise anld FISH BUSINElSS,F
I have no profit-consuming rents to pay, and I propose to give my patrons
the full bei-efit of all these advantages over my less fortunate competitors.
Fine Water-Front and Other Lands for Sale!
Title only one remove from the United States Government, and of course
PERFECT. N. W. PITTS.
'ittsburg, Fla., Parker p. o.
Do You Want
Buy a Good Gash Register.
THE MERCANTILE, PRICE, $25.00.
Used and endorsed by nearly 10,000 progressive Merchants.
A PERFECT CASHIER,
NEEDED IN EVERY RETAIL BT,. AE.
It has the latest improved combination
It is the quickest register to operate.
It records transactionF in the order made.
It records money paid out ad eived
230 Clinton St
rt sho:wS o w-5 the^
It educates you in correct methods.
It prevents disputes in case of error.
It will pay its cost every month in saving
of time and mortev.
It is practical, durable and reliable.
It is fully guaranteed for two years.
WRITE TO THE MANUFACTURERS
FOR FULL PARTICULARS.
JOHN T. PIT
Par Ier Fla.
D[)Y (I O I)O1S, (Gi l ( E IE S I
SIIES, HARI)DW ARE. LAM.3PS, NOlTIO(1
BOATMEN'S, FISHERMEN'S AN-ID BUILDERS' SUPPLIES,
Fish, Fish Roe ani Oysters!
At the Very '- west Living Prices.
8t'1i'.h,-~ N'"n aiuil ll~~-.i ox er~
a, tlie niati-li
[.C r,LT ON / \ -
W. HU P. rher,
SReal Estate DcaIcr.
"IRK" ~ ~ ~ ---- /T a' "^ '? -i-'-. ^- F ^
AGE S Te wantone in every LE S
A` town -to ahaadle theAm .. .S
A Scientifie Macliine male on a scientific Pinci ple
S-v0 rh i.ir cost a; d,~icni times a year. It is not inussv or
sl oipy. A child c;in ;prcate it. Sells at sight. Send
t'or i)ri''cs ani, discouits.
29 M)ur:ry St., New York.
la kes Ice Cream In 30 Seconds.
AEss & HHAD NOISES CMF D by
O OTHE apar p aPeck's INVISIBLE TUBULAI EAF'
eO the CUSHIONS. Whispers heard. Com-
.ses the Cmbinaion, Proportion ortable. Successfulwhee all emedisrL. Ills. book&
and Process which makes HOOD'S -)rOfs-Ce. Address P. l:,SI lox,853Broadway,NewYork.
Sarsaparilla Peculiar to Itself.
Fine Books, Fabulously Cheap. cr
Many of the choicest books of tlie
world are now being issued in styie1
ing outonmyfaceandall overmybody all my anld at prices to delight book-lovtr.
life. I never could find 3iything to do it- good.
until I bec.an t) t:': blood's ,Sarsapariil. I with limited purses. J. Ade,,
have nowr-wcd about eihtbottifs, and Oh, it has Publisher, 57 Rose St., New York,
done mo so much good that I have the utmost
Swho was the pioneer,ranil is still tihe
H oo i s ures leader in the "Literary Revolution,'"
0 0ild ,S-) mum'r v
sends us a copy of Bayard Taylor's
ftathin it anf ra cri-a.l1 il t.o everyone. Besides
purifying my blood, it l'-:' made me so much fa:olls and delightful "Views Afoot,
stronger and better I do nct fel like the same or E'lrope Seen with Knapsack and
person at all." Ax-Si Ar NER, Augusta, Ky. Staff,
btf!f," as a .s mply, of hs lialif-nioroc-
Hood's Pills at e:siliy, yet promptly and
efficiently, on the liveran-d bowels. 250. co git top sty!e, in wichlie publish-
Ses some of tihe most famous books 'at
IF YOU WANT INFRMATION ABOUT prices ranging froi. 30 cents to 60
cents each, the samie books being
issued also ill no t cloth buildings t
Prices ringing omi 15 cents up.
These ilo always in large type,
printedio on i paper, the cloth
binding bei, f excellout quality,
Address a letter or postal card to
THE PRESS CLA S COMPAY, ad tile half-n rocco, gilt top style
JOHN WEDDERBURN, Managing Attorney, .it a
P.O.Box 463. WASHINGTON, D.C. it to adorn a nltr; Iy. A 32-page
PESioNS PROCURED FOR descriptive pan ii let mtay be hal free,
SOLDIERS, WIDOWS, or a 128-pago c il.gue, a veritable
CHILDREN, PARENTS. i
Also, for Soldiers andSailors disabled in the line of feast for book-li s, may le ha 1 to ;
duty in the regulauArmyor Navy ineethe war. a 2cen
Survivors of the Indianwara of 1832 to 184 anda 2-c t stap .S Jon
their widows, now entitled. Old and rejected claims
a specialty. eThousands entitled to higher rates. A l lel, Pn l,liij'4 t
Bend fornewlaws. No charge for advice. No ee V, Y -,l
n1'u-Idls tl'eC grcat : I
gives :cs 1e ieto the Old Fk: ils,
1' eas'are to the Patents,
Ilea lt to the Chlidren.
C~ oodl for All-cod All t:.z! Ti::',.. (
A j cent ;cka' -.nlke-7 'v
b- *gi mCl s laid &ajt ties the L.ir.
B-J ~to, auu,, I 0U014
4 3. 1 rcrr Faila W. Re~rtore cra
-I~r 'u 411 Youthful Color
f' ., .. 500~lr ~ sal i'.~~res &i h-Or failingD.
.V -- -, F ,
.el r ufor sum nptho ann ev-ie c-.a "'i'o
d. :onn.l'-,nalew -. *
: a:s Tabilles:o" Fi cii' P.
I tilt' oi'it~itnilr.. s1i~-r.'us.
I am P':-,.priteir of tIo SCHOON.ER JESSIE P,
freight f,,r East Bay Paiti,.- :,a Iean ..i..l..L r:t',
a ul~ill en
Good Team and I' ,i vt :iute e I .- t in i..; in,,-. at Ill tit s t, i .oInv y par-
ties to 1ewaliitchla a, ,,tlr r .,,i ,t. .
Paker, W al ,,hi.4i tn,, I (',,,,'.\, Fl;a.
The Edna Piano & Organ Co., Mowan
High Grade Instruments only. Pian
'Pir An&I a specialty. The accompanying cut
Da K -A -O-pT GRAND PIANO
S0Peili pThis beautiful piano model is ce
perfection and stands pre-eminent
tors without a known peer in the world
THE ONLY ONE or ris KIND IN
Beautiful in design, unequaled in quality
finish, and unsurpassed in solidity of ,
Full piano size and proportion, piano
pedal, continuous hinge on lock-board, p
rack. piano frets of the latest design of
carved piano trusses, etc., and unlike
cased organs on the mkekt, has them
I action. The lock-board is madeintw
First section folding back and laying
section, In which position the Instrutne
Piano appearance. By a second mot'
section is slightly raised, and swinging
upper front brings the stop-action
We have also many beautiful and a
high top styles that are unsurpassed by any
turer In the world. Correspondence solic
logues mailed on application. Addre
spondence direct to the manufacture
inducements offered to all foreign trad.
instruments sent on approval and guaranteed
-W A TM TM D ~D upto thehbgheststandard. Allinstrument warranted
tor six years.
WT23T END, ST. ANAiEWS, FLORIDA.
R UG(T HAN1)1DR. S I)L L 31MBERI
COF ALI GRADES.
PA\ 'i'I['S [ t[X 1 .' tNTI.1I'LATI.i 1_fiL[ iNI,; VWIL_]. lI'NIT) IT TO
Th Air vanLta e to (el F'lios E, &I' r dori0rnI kWiaIelwhro0.
OFF0 ICE ALT TI-IE VIIL-t.
LEE WILLETT, Pro -rietor.
THE PEERLESS EXTENSION TABLE.
A BOX OF TABLE LEAVES IS NOT AN. ORNAMENTAL PIECE OF
FURNITURE FOR ANY DINING-ROOM; AND IF PLACED IN
SOME CLOSET, THERE IS ALWAYS MORE OR LESS TROUBLE IN
GETTING AT IT. AVOID ALL BOTHER BY GETTING A "PEERLESS"
TABLE IN WHICH THE LEAVES ARE CRATED.
Nothing to Wear Out or get Out of Order.
The oftener used the easier It works. Ask your dcal:r for it or wri:e us for prices.
We can sait your pocket-book.
TH I I"- HILLSDALE, MICII
X~~~~ ~ ~ -- iy^ .j ,g
Xe. "ITo f..j:73H 9
JEWELER AND OPTICIAN.
REPAIRS IN HIS LINE,
Carries the Largest Stock of
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry and Spectacles
Ever Brought to St. Andrews. Also
SILVEWABE. Shell and Aligator Teeth Jewelry a specialty.
Office at Geo. Russell's Store, St. Andrews, Fla.
IF S ,
Secure one or More Good Residence or Business
Or a Fc t
Or a Five-Ace Fruit Tract
jo ,' r
~i~Y8l~nararil-lll8?IL~i~~ ------~.~_ _x~---~- ra;rr~ v,.r~r~i~u\ -~-Fl~aa~r~-L--1 u rU
Thursday, May 4, 1893.
ST. AND REWS
ICES C CURRENT.
sugar .l.b Tea, lb
Granulated :... 6 He No....... 75
rCoft;eeA ..... 6 Gunpowder.. 80
Lt brn .... 5 Upcol'd Jap.. 50
'o're, oCond milk, V can
Sreen.. 2 21.,'R25 Unsweetn'a.10@15
Browned..si w t:iin Sweetened ..10@15
Singer snaps.... III Baking powder
;rackers..-oda. 81 Royal...... .. 50
,oba':co. p-ug 30a60 Campbell. .15a25
SOil prgal 18a20
orida Syrup .. 50
cheesee pr It .... 16
Lard ......... 8
Beap.... ...... 6
o0ouanut pkg.. 10
it Pnddine .- 10
3 Tomatoes... .10al5
Pears .... . .. 15
Roast Beef.. 15a25
Corned Beef 15a25
Chipped Beef.. 25
Baked Beans... 20
l'u i kin .... 15
0 N %.... 2,8-' Mess pr lb.... :11
favoritee ... 5..5 Bacon Sides..... 9
rn Mealprbu a5 Frceh ...... 8al0
t Meal pr If... 5', Br'kf'st Bacon. 12
'nper bul........i Ham canvassed 14
toes Shoulders..... 10
.9* L ef
. . 1 0
ach. .. 5 3 4.1i
paint, can 50
oil, gal.. 80
r spool. 5
Its pr bu....... 60
-ick pr M ......8.00
e prbbl...... 75
.3 OipeSl pr qt .. 15c
Cows ....... $15a$25
5. Hogs........... $4
.50 ecl ............ $ 2
r ,IU LT R Y
15a25 Geese each... 45a50
5 1.00 DuO k-k........ 15a20
'. l rl'l 'ke .. .. .. ; I. ll.
25c Mullet pr 1.11 :.i.. i
95 Trout....... 4.50
6 Pompano.... 10.00
-V -M:.':4 800
LU M1 !;E I'.
i.00 Heart, 'i: it. ..$16.00
4.00 Face ... 14.00
,00 I, ap ... 12.00
S 5.rlllh ,\6 in. m. ..$12.00
12'.11l Finishing lunt-
S,; 1 her, d.. .1i: -2' 15.00
-,$2.5.i L, nt m in.... $2.00
1.50 Boat lumber,
Coffee,4,i@6 lbs 1 00
55 Best do 4 1bs.. 1 00
Rice,'12@20lbs. 1 00
cans, white20. 1l 00
rd, per lb .... 12,
iper lb... 13
r ..... 35
it, per sack.. 1 00
lk per bbl. 5 (00
ckerel 8 09
ao 8 00
swax per lb. 20
during to class
r and quality.
d for all kinds of
Hacker & Son,
LLESTON S. F.
- Window and Fancy Glass a
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\ s DESCIN PATENTS,
For information and free Handbook write to
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the public by a ntuce g.ven free of charge in the
Largest circulation of any scientific paper in the
world. Splendidly illuntrared. n0 intelligent,
man should be without it. Weekly g3.00 a
jear;: 1.t siX motrbs. Aidrea. MlIwNN & CO,
I'PuBLiasaEL, 361I Broadway. New York GUy.
Ware & Co., was $3.98; they deduct-
ed 48,. Amount paid $3.50. Mr.
Brackin donated 24 Ibs of nails; John
T. Pitts, of Parker, donated two pair
of hinges. Latter, bought of Ware
& Co., two door locks and more nails,
paying 75y; paid Mr. Russell for
thimble for chlinney, 25/.
Mr. Gwaltney furnished donating
the same; about 221 barrels. Haul-
ing wood to bura-lime and hauling
lime to church. The committee
paid Mr. Trisket one dollar for haul-
Donations for hauling wood and
lime, Robt. Baker one load of wood,
Mrs. West gave one dollar to pay for
hauling wood, Mr. Trisket gave two
dollars worth of hauling.
Juo. Sturrock 23i days work at
$1.50 per day $35 25. A Wells, for
six days work at $1.25 per day $7.50.
CARPENTER WORK DONATED.
Jno. Sturrock gave the time, spent
in visiting the ehuich to, see what
lumber was needed, and making out
the ( der for the mill. He donated
the putting down of the platform,
.eii\' ing, two days.
A Wells gave fhur excellent days
work, besides spending time, )n mak-
etii.lat of limber and othII mate-
Paid i33.i6), for pli-t>. -inug
3 ,|....s- Surbe. s.
By Mr. Trisket, the nailing on, of
one thousand lath. Mr. Thompson
paid Mr. Trisket $1.50 for one days
work lathing. Fred Babcock put on
two yards of lathing. Mr. Surber
diiinatcdl the fiber.
CLEANING THE CHURCH.
Mr. Trisket worked one day and
three-quarters. Mrs. Brackin hired
Chas. Knowles one half day and he
donated one-quarter of a day. Mrs.
Hunt and Lottie part of a day. Fred
Badcock nailed boards around the
church to keep animals from going
When the plastering was paid for,
the committee had exhausted all
their funds, and when the carpenter
work was finished they would be
owing Mr. Sturrock nine dollars, L.
M. Ware & Co., 75' foi hardware,
and to pay for the filling of the sash
with glass, which belongs over tihe
front dooi, which had been sent to
Mr. Sturrock took a few brick, and
othei& material left from thl complet-
ing of tile church, to the amount of
one dollar, and Mrs. Trisket raised
the eight remain as follows:- Mr. and
Mrs. Trisket, two dollars, Frank
Ware two dollars, L. M. Ware two
dollars, Mrs. Thompson, fifty cents,
Mrs. Corbet fifty cents, and Mrs.
Hunt, one dollar.
The writer skirmished and obtain-
ed the following amounts: From Mrs.
Maxon 50c; from Judge Hopkins, 25c,
which was paid to L. M. Ware &
Co. Mrs. Brackin and her father
gave $1 each, and Mrs. Bennett, $1.
A barrel of lime was sold for 50c, a
bunch of la:h for 20c and odds and
ends of lumber for 30c, in all amount-
ing to $1. There is now on hand $4
to pay for the window. The cost of
glazing the window is not at present,
known. Capt. Schellenger. donates
the freight on the window provided
that the committee assumes the risk
The thanks of the committee aie
tendered to lie citizens of St. An-
Sdrews and the strangers passing the
winter here, forn their kindly a.n-iht-
ance by word and deed; especially to
Mr. 1irkit of Peoria, Ill., for hi in-
terest and assistance in the unil, and
Thle construction of tlie last sec-
tion is where the hitch occurs among
the committeent (n.
Committemen Browne takes the
position that proper (verbal) notice
was given, while conmmittemen Mc-
Kinne and Perronot argue that such
notice was not properly given, hence
further evidence from the contested
cannot be considered. C(omuittee-
men Bristol and Borden did not de-
fine their p~sition.
After considerable wranglinig tflm
following resolution was adopted
"Resolved. That the coni.ittef
on privileges and elections be and
is heieby instructed tlht they should
carry their investigations into atir
and all brands committed in tih
county of Washington as disclose(
by the testimonyy"
A. J. TRISKET,
Repairer of Plows
An all Kinds of Farm InimIlents
Having established myself in the old
shop on Commerce street I am pre-
pared to do ail kinds of blacksimith,
wagon and repair work prIumptlyand
at reasonable prices. Bring your
ILlacksmnith work to A. J. TRISKET,
niiLierce st., St. Audrews, Flai
Of the Material, Wor': etc.,
Used in Finishing the M. E.
Church atSt. Andraws.
Five hu.:dred, bought in Pensacola
for $5.00. Freight on the same do-
nated by the owners of the Nettle.
Hauling from the pier to the church,
donated by John Lutz, expressman.
From the Salisbury lumber Co.,
$33.50. When the bill was paid,
they donated $10. Later they gave
the lumber for the platform. I think
one hundred feet of match lumber.
Its value I do not know.
DELIVERY OF LUMBER.
The bill of the Salisbury Co., in-
cludes the delivery of the same upon
Ware's pier, Capt. Frank Ware
delivered the lumber from the pier to
the church, donating the same. The
committee paid Robt. Baker 75,' for
delivering the lumber at the church
from Willett's mill.
^Tli~e Wof narawvaire TIFMHI
*s 11W /
<- 0 X/
* co1 Y
y Fatoy n
--- -^^-* rrk
Tie committee (o lnot clai infril-
libility. We may have made a mis-
take in using lumber not properly
seasoned; but this was done in order
to save time and funds, which we re-
garded as a sacred trust and endeav-
ored to make every penny go as far
as possible. We do not consider the
church finished or furnished; but as
far as our individual efforts are con-
cerned it is unadorned with debt.
HOW FUNDS WERE OBTAINED.
Forty-three dollars were raised at
an entertainment by the citizens of
St. Andrews; the remainder by Mrs.
Harrison, at Peoria, Ill., and by bee
lectures and excursions and selling
coffee at St. Andrews.
MRS. L. HARRISON, Sec. pro tem.
Weeks Wants to Show Frauds
on the "lier Side.
The comnimttee of the Florida
elgiftire on privileges and elec-
tions mude the following report:
TALL.HAssEE, Fla., April 28, 1893
Hon. W. H. Reynolds, President of
SIR.:-Your committee on privi-
leges and elections, to whom was re-
ferred the case of Martin vs. Weeks,
beg leave to report: The committee
desire instructions from the senate
upon the following points:
When contestant in his notice of
contest alleges fraud against contes-
tee in three precincts, has the com-
mittee the right to consider evidence
as to fraud in other precincts alleged
to have been perpetrated in the in-
terest of the contestant? And
whether the contestee is required to
give the same notice to contestant
which the law requires contestant to
give? Very Res1 ectfully.
Jefferson B. Browne.
J. H. McKinne,
W. H. Bristol.
C. J. Perrenot.
The senate quarreled'over the re-
port at great length. It seems that
the committee is divided upon the
question of taking testimony. The con-
testant gave notice in terms of law
that on a certain day he would take
depositions as to frauds commit-
ed 'in precincts 1, 3' and 8 in
Washington county. When the
conterliiiut had concluded his deposi-
tions the contestee th4dn and there pro-
posed to introduce evidence to show
that frauds were committed in cer-
tain other precincts of said county,
in favor of the contestant, without
having first giveti contestant notice
in writing that such evidence would
Section 194, Revised Statutes of
Florida provides: If any candidate
of the proper county or district con-
tst the election of any senator or
member of the house of repreienata-
tives of this ltate, he shall give
notice thereof in writing to the per-
son whose election he contests. *
S* * \Vitliin twenty-tive lays
after the canvass by the state can-
vassing board of the returns of such
county, expressing iln said notice the
points on which the same will be con-
tested and the name of the county
judge or circuit clerk who \\ill attend
to the depositions and wlihei and
where such depositions will be taken.
Section 195. The party whose
election is contested as well as the
contestant may take depositions.
before either !l said officers upon
reasonable notice to tihe adverse
getting that large bodies are slow to
move; but when they do, give them
the right of way, for they have the
power to regulate their own house.
admit oi expel a member, and fine or
confine a tormentor.
It is reported here, that the West
Florida & Alabama railroad, that
is to be-or not to be-company has
sold stock valued for a quarter of a
million dollars, ($250,000). Should
this be true; it looks well for the
road, for when so much can be sold
on paper, any amount can be dis-
posed of when the rails are down.
Some big sales of land have been
been made heie lately. The purchased
land is between here and St. An-
drews. Tobacco and fruit are to be
the staple products.
The Kentucky farm is developing
fast; the owners have bought the
most improved machinery and agri-
cultural plant necessary for the culb
tivation of tobacco.
There is a protracted meeting
going on in the Methodist church and
our citizens are, at present discussing
the future, with all hopes and fears,
and making some preparation for
that "bourne from which no traveler
returns." A change of work is good
and a change of thought is better.
We are so much mixed up with this
world that we have no time to think
or act for another, unless we are
pulled up by some other power than
our own wills. I think it was Capt.
Marryatt who made one of his heroes,
exclaim "a good round damning from
some friendly source would do me
good." Certain it is that an ex-
amination of accounts and a ballane-
ing with our conscience, now and
again is right and proper.
'ashington county's representa-
tive. W. R. Gainer, came from Tal-
lahassee on Saturday night, and re-
ported the continuance of the sena-
torial contest; but could form no idea
of the result, or even of the next de-
velopment. The wisdom of having
a new trial and impartial court, to try
election contests, is becoming more
.alpparent every (lay. It would save
time money, and annoyance; give
movie satisfaction and he a more.
equitable process than the presiit
mode. The two houses are com;,., -
ed of men delegated to do the lusi-
ness of the state and should have no ,
control over their own composition,
'if real liberty is to be preserved,.
Sher e are 32 senators, sixteeI to tle
.lcOedl every two years ani slI,'.lI
/there be sixteen contests,
-, ( I.. b 1 le, who is to de(cid w\ 11
ele,'ted? Surely not those chIllanged.
The the old sixteen would have to
Judge the new sixteen, taking. them:
all together or one at a time, and it
would consume the sixty days allow-
ed for the session. And the cseiate
would not be the people's choice, it
would be one half selected by the
ot'er half and should there be a con-
testin every county on the election
of representative, 'who could then
decide? The sixty-eight citizens
who got the greatest number of vote's,
fraudulent or not, by the electoral
count. could not take possession of
the house and refuse the other sixty-
eight admission. It is puzzling to
the uninitiated M3.A. i iv.
Total paid teachers since
Oct. 1 ..................... $3,157 50
It is impossible under thrl present
system of county treasurer's report
being made according to the calen-
dar year, for me to tell how much
money is on hand until the report is
rccei-ed from the treasurer at the
ten' of the calendar quarter Our
school reports are made from Oct. 1,
to Sept. 30. Very respectfully,
L. L. CHARLES, Co. Supt.
If you 'feel weak
and all worn out take
BROWN'S IRON BITTERS
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
LAND OFFICE AP GAINESVILLE, FLA.,f
April 21st, 1893.
Nottlic is hereby given that the follow-
ing named settler has filed notice of his
intention to make final proof in support of
his claim, and that said proof will be
made;lefore )V. 1. Lattsiter, clerk of the
ei t ci i urtit cort Vernon, Fla on ii ne
15. 1893, vM .
IBENJA MI 'B. l3hO\'WN .of E.I fiitin:, F Il
hl 16,554, )r the s',il.-.ii-, u.irt. r t liit
I ntlheast P ll ill, i t s' :tio Iii .ll' al th l
P ,i l ,I I n,..r.. ,r *" T i. i t -or'1 <-
He n l ie tll- tollrwiti- wn;tn('icsp t.i
prove hi-, eti f ,iin ,' i e ,iin'e upon and
CultivAH1tti.. l li', ,,iil h ldic. %; 'Z.
S. Elli, ..1. W trow'ii. J. W. Gainer,
W. R. Gainer all of Econfina, Fla.
ALEX. LXscH, Register
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
LAND OFFIE Ar GTAINSVILLE, FLA.)
MIrclh 18th, 1893.
Notice is hereby given that the follow
ing named settler has filed notice of his
intcition to make final proof in support
of his claim, and that said roof will be
made before H. B. Gaskin, clerk of the
circuit court, at Blountslown, Fla, on
May 16ilh, 1893, viz.
ELBERT BURK. of Parker, Fla.,
ld 16870 for lois 2, 3 and 4 of sec. 12. tp
5s. range 14w.
He names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous r sidence upon and
cultivation of said Innd. viz:
Thos Baker and J. R. Done, of Parker,
Fnl, Thomas Winslett of Harrison, Fia.,
and Wim. Gainer of St Andrews Bay, Fla.
A LEX. LYNCH Register.
Ward Carriage Co.
Road Wagons, &c.
Only skilled workmen employed.
We use the finest materials.
Send for Catalogue and Price List.
Every Job Guaranteed.
The Ward Carriage Co.
A\E$ 6& GO., /
Wholesale Manufacturers of
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Ifa1esrooms, OWVENSBORO, KY.
The printers of St. Andrews-may Chipley News.
the good Lord bless t1 cm; they Correspondence of theBuoy.
workedwhil p, All are guessing why the senate
worked while e slept, wilil,,t :i rloey
itut ic t s t i "ais takes such a long time to find out
alld without price to as.;o.ft 1it Nt
0 i!4. ; ... :,.,t rfr*. ,,,>*n ,..f i n). i .f t i ,,f r-
If you need FURNITURE of any kind, call at
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LOWEST uP CES.
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Pa na uns Biffj Waions
rBaRes, Btgies, salls, ROAD CARTS,
BUCK BOARDS, ONE HOR.se and FARM WAG.ONS.
REPAIRING ATTENDED TO PROMPTLY.
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Crain, Feed and Flour, Specialties
PALAFOX STREET, PENSAOOLA, FLORIDA,
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HARD AR. ,
Ship Chandlery, Salt Fish, Etc., Etc, Etc
Groc ce Ps
WARE & CO.U
_1 I I--e Ir
Of the County Superintendent
I herewith respectfully submit a re-
port in, the educational work of
Washliiigton county for the fiscal
year 1l91-'92; also a statement of
the work since October 1.
Table No. 8, continued.
'Schools closed and paid for since Oct. 1,
Am't bro't forward.......:.... $ll 00
No. 20, Hard Labor, 4 months
taught at $30............... 120 00
No. 25, Econfina. 2 months tau't
at 30...................... 60 00
-No. 7, Sylvania, (col'd) *2t m's
taught at 25........... ....... 62 50
No. 13, St. Marys.,(col'd) 4 m's
taught at 25, .............. 100 00
No. 18. Parkers, 4 months taught
at 25............. ........ 100 00
No 25, Reedy Creek, 4 months
taught at 25...... .......... 190 00
No. 29, Bunker, 4 months taught
at 25....................... 100 00
No- 47, Davis, I month paid a 25 25 00
Contractor for all kinds of
MARBLE AND STONE WORK.
Manufacturer Of the Latest Designs in Monuimpnts & Tombstonesi
Iron Fenies, ad~d Other Ornamental Work.
Correspondence Solicited and Designs and Estirnit- Made' on Applieatiol,
s H use, GOODBOARD
the Place for Passenger
GCig to and from St. Andrews Bay.
Reoom Comfortable! '
50 Peel Church, 4m
57 New Orange, 4
58 Harrison, 4
4 Panama, 4
r 27 Long Bay, 4
521 Watson B''lu-I4
22 Blue Pond, 4
19 Brink Hill, 4
32 New Era, 4
46 Rock Hill, 4
41 Perch Pond, 4
54 Oak Hill, 3
59 Careyville, 1
49 Ellis, 4
49 Ltberty, 4
14 Sand Hill, 4
$25,000 IN REWARDS.
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of the Canadian Agriculturist.
In accordance with their usual custom
for some years past, the publishers of that
old and reliable publication, the Caadian
Agricuturist, now presents its 7th Great
Half-yearly Literary Competition to the
people of the United States and Canada.
This competition will close May 30, 1893,
(15 days thereafter being allowed for let-
ters to reach us from distant points.) The
following is thoe prize list:
1st Grand Prize....2.500 in Gold.
?d i' .... 1,000 in Gold.
3d .... 500 in Gold.
4th ... 250 in Gold.
5th .... 100 in Gold,
5,000 Elegant Sil er Tea Services, Pianos,
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total of over 10,000 prizes,
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All lists containing over 100 correct
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Send postal cArd for list of prize winners
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THE AGHIlCLTURIST PUi. Co.
pd at 25
f LORI DA.
MANTZEr.l JANUARY. 9, 1892.
The object of this Assoc:ation is to Improve the Country adjacent t) St.
Andrews Bay and. to
Develop its Resources as a Fruit-Growvilln Country.
To accompiiilis this the Association proposes to Sell Lands in tracts of Two-
and-a-half and FiveAcres to such parties only as will improve them by the
Erection of Houses. Fences and such Permanent Improvements as will enhance the
value of each tract so disposed of, and particularly to
Plant them out in Trees, Plants and Tines,
To the end that in the shortest practicable time every such tract shall be a
Source of Revenue to its Owner.
For a starting point the Association has a Fine Body of Land on Watson Bayou,
only about four miles from St. Andrews which will be sold in such tracts upon the
conditions named, and is negotiating for and will soon close contracts for other good
Fruit Lands in the vicinity of the Bay.
The tract on Watson Bayou has been so divided as to give each purchaser
A. S FPLE:ITIDI D -ATE.:E: FIITOlTTA--E-!,
With not less than Twelve Feet of Wattir, where any ordinary boat that
--~'tgates the l.iy can make Safe Landing.
T'f tle to this land is unimpeachable and sales will be made on time to
Another and most important object of the Association is to improve lands,
not only for its purchasers, but for any person owning lands in the Bay country at the
very lowest. oo.t to its patrons consistent with good, satisfactory work.
Purchasers and Patrons may or may not become members of the Associa-
tion by subscribing to its articles and paying a membership fee of $10, and may
be paid in cash, land or labor by agreement to either effect and any individual may
take one or more memberships; but no person uiay cast more tJian one vote, and
while there is no provision to compel patrons to become members it would be prefer-
able that they should do so, for in that event they would not only have a voice in its
deliberations, but be entitled to their proportion of whatever profits may accrue.
It is proposed to buy lumber, building materials, nursery stock and fertil-
izers at wholc,.ali prices, and give patrons the benefits of all discounts so secure.
Every s'eyon is proving that the St. Andrews Bay country possesses Hor-
ticultural advnt:il.s equaled by but few of the most favored places on earth, and the
organizers of this Association are showing their faith in this belief hv individually
planting and improving to the extent of their finances; but they.are not satisfied to
limit their labors to the individual and hope to see the thousands of non resident lot
owners avail themselves of this opportunity to put their possessions in shape to yield
them handso.iio i.-tuais for their iiretlntenli, which will never be realizedso long as
their lots and l.tds remain uniiii r'-,>-l..
AS TO RELIABILITY OF THIZ ASSOCIATION.
The first '[.iJution wh;ch will naturally be alk.ed will be: "Is this Asso
ciation relialhlu" And tle itii r,'er to it is: Any person employing the A -ociati;;
to make improvements may deposit an approximate payment of the estn,:iti .1l :ut ..I
the same with any responsible i,.uainess man or firm doing business on the Bay or in
Bank at their own home to be paid over only when the Association shall satisfacto-
rily show that the improvements have been made according to agreement.
:FTe A.\.scati.ii. will not only improve ani plant, but watch and care for
all property nil nralt.,d to its k<-,-piri guarding against forest fires, di henest pilferers
r damn ig,. frollm :Iy cause I,*.-.i!l.. to be prevented.
Thii A..s u.iation has no offi...-- in any of the great Northern cities, which
patrons must pay for keeping iup; but it:l members, up to the present tim;:e are all
farmcr. a nd a,:liaians l, il ; within a radius of twenty :.' -, of wh.l:: St. Andrews
-may he c.allid llC 1 i(. tlhu it will 1b seen at a glance that each and every one
must of a necessity I: tiari.. .i in the development of the Bay country.
From a ecare.I.l ,Ctim-ite of the I li.l~l expense and incine of a fruit
plint.ttion in the St. Andrew's Day country a few figures are given:
Price of" anO pci acre, say $2 to $5; cost of .:!. i: say :i.'-.; ost of planting 1st
year, sayv $3:1 ; e.,st .f'calli\ ;i.tii tlach year thter .,(:..,
It is not extravagan: t.. -.tiauite that a 1--n-4 vineyard will on the third
year, i'f lii iperly culli .At':.1, i..'! '. ." i n i't ..i irt ,iii] t peaches r:n rly or quite
thi sam e, whi!H, fig- I,.nulj d J. I.' . ti r tl,.i. I.,t 1 'i in. tl.ii.. l I perhap- 1t iil
lo ng er, SO1 1 .'n in ;, ',t ." ,', .i t l .'1, o r I1 1,1,A 1, 1 i it. --.
n ecta riil,..s. i. -i'I:I. i*rl'iL -.: ;it '. i -. I l:' ., .I : ;.. i*: i:i li: !':1, I. :'
S Il:l t l, ,J pl n, .-li t Tl;it ,. .1 i ..i h. '. .t'l \ n, .- .' ,,I Ir it ',* l. r .l ..l.
are alint t c, iii t i .it '-i ot nge 1. tt .I- I : -, I 1 t '? -
sid / I :. ti h- 11' [h
idTer-l i .- vi l '. I i t i t e .' .- . t'
urin E M. E ail B E R th.;e X'.-.in soeiat'n |.,a.'t i nds \I o bsold -on Easy;
a a a, Isr t. ei.0i-*I9 i t l t.. h I :..( i.. i'. I1 \lg i 1 ". L an ;'s lv :i, Ii l :"
Tmore hn i P>i. t l i I ; t'- r t, *l I u. 1 -t Ie paid fo r as oof is g ,l.
e r y o ,,.' A 'n .l i .... 1 1 : . . w l. i: ,i i l . i. n . ,,i. I, i..K l .I-
vantage of n t tir -' I i.. l.iliti:s. .
T he SeLcretary i.f the A .-:,,dl. ti,,n w ill ,'iv! ;.t- n tl,.-' ;" alt" .' <..n to an-
swering Iol '-rr ,,t' in uily, nd n!u>, i, ,.v will in it answers to i.i>. u, .u.hn t an-
sw er ,nill a. i ,: !i.; l i a'l.; (d it. ,
|e E ryi r lit g R the A.-soeiat>u Lands wiT Ibe hsold on Easy
Tern,3 o(i t'tyment; l'ul im[r,\ i-'"iu l "i nm -t -be paid for as -.,iti *I..It r tt proof is giv;'n
that the w.rk i h ,as.cn.n p..rf.rin-,J. CORRE SPONDEN CE SOLIC TED.
Address R. E. HOWARD, v.c.
A SECTIONAL MAP
Of St. A dr ovi
'We have made arrangements by
which we can furnish this fine MAP
covering bout eighteen miles < iuareo
of territory, including the ('Ciluinati
Company's Tract, also Harrison,
Parker, Crnira.lt.in, nd adjacent
By the aid of this map the location of
lands puirch-' ld of the Cincinnati
-Company can be easily ascertained,
or, parties may send its $1 and their
description and we will locate their
lots and return the Map by mail.
Address Ti'E BuoY,
St. Andrews, Fla.
Of t G it L I t. A
GSott.,"a up wTN-h great care by tLei
public .Lr, .-' has shared no -p ilus-
St. A al;:ux\ a-.' i- '-y is. it siows
O" all 1ul 1 1
Ext3n.lin; c-i.'.v r i i); D "r's.
Point, t.iki, g i: t!ie ()1.1 Town si c of
St. An lr'ews, a .l 'i\ves li;;-ti ', of
public liii ii -- p nec s, !,r\ :to r ;i-
denc ,1 ..I. .,. etc., also evc: y !t i1
each block anl tit1' a.lj!iu;;hi '. a 'i-
tlion t the Cil"cinnui ( ,i:n I'
lanA, with a full Oclct'iii ,u Ai ,.,e
The Map will .-.i. \v owner's o lots
in the city just where t .*., *nr. lo-
cated, and is of valun t tioth, thi;iik-
ing of bliyinu propcr'ty.
L. Size of M~I 3 '0x59 Incihe .
The T ili .ndt this map to any
ti t. e bcei It of
DRI. J. J. KESTER ,
Proscriitifons anW Family Rcoilits
(A .I E UI LLY COMPOUNDED.
St. Andrews, Fla,
PAL TL TTO
.1at.ress Br: shes!
ALSO WALKING CANES!
W F ROT Z EIN .
Examination of these Mattrie..se,
and Bruslhes wiill prove\ their suliei-
ority over any other material.
Call and Examine these Brushes and Mat
tresses or Write for Prices.
Residence one door north of Postoffice.
1' k-' I .'. a .* ;V3s ,
)E b- measure,
il II i, h-es style,
.ad \\' l.,r.nl.i T(I u)gie satisfaction.
...- I a . -
V. i ,R :
.i +- ~ l .; -- _- .
Nogroes, (e-ven ii:-lre than -white peo-
plreerlapsare giv-ien ti: counting their
chickens beIfore. they are linteli-hl. A
correspnl.ndalit uf The Coumpanioli reports
a laughable instance.
Gus, a yulung colored boy, grew confi-
deutial oneFriday eveiiiiig.
"I'm going to the cimitc-ry next Sun-
day, Miss Mary," hlit .aid.
"But, Guii. that i a long walk. You
kn,:ow it is ma.re than four mile."
"Oh, I'm not a-goin to walk. I'm
going to ridll."
"How is that, Gus? Has your father
bought a carriage?"
"Naw; but I'm goin in a kerridgo to
my uncle's funeral."
All day Saturday Gus could talk of
nothing but the coming festivity. To a
young "darky" a Sunday funeral is a
Sunday I gave him a holiday, and on
Monday expected a full account of the
funeral, but Gus appeared with a melan-
choly face. In answer to my inquiry he
"I didn't go, Miss Mary. He ain't
The sick man recovered.- Youth's
To the Front Always.
In this city is a bright gentleman who
knows how to do anything and every-
thing just a little better than any one
else in all the world. He instructs boat
builders how to build boats and yachts-
men how to sail yachts. Artists are
given gratuitous instruction in how to
paint pictures and authors in the pleas-
ant pastime of writing books. Lawyers
are told offhand how to conduct cases,
and as for merchants, the information
given them about -business is without
stint. Lansing Mizner, Jr., is now tell-
ing this story on the gentleman of such
"During the last big earthquake X
afid I were rooming together. Just as
the earth was at its wiggliest, when the
walls cracked, the chandeliers swung
dizzily and from the pantry came the
despairing crash of a fortune in crock-
ery, X awoke. His first words were:
"'Hold on, Lordl Let me show you.'"
-San Francisco Examiner.
In Fashionable Circles.
"I don't oee anybody here who is any-
'Neither do I!"-Life.
Not Negotlable. \
Rhymnester-True, sir, I have not
much ready, mney, )lit I own ;.l,0iJi>
worth of"pi unal pr'-,.-.-rty, i
Her Father-In w\\lrt dapDe i, this
I Rhymester--In man-a'-:et i .-
Exchange. 1--" 7 -
Why He 1.1I %.
Bobbins-You say you gave "p your
position for one that require' night
work? I can't understand it.
Dobbins--You'd understand i, if you
had twins at your house.--rooklyn
Bein Near at Hand.
"I suppose," said an English v.-mar
to two American travelers on tho .'c.e.
,f o:ie of the big transatlantic sfamers,
"that you intend to visit Shal:ce.jcare'a
"Oh, yes," was the answer; "we shall
go to Stratford by all means. You have
been there of course?"
"No; I never have been. Very few
English people go there, but it is a great
resort for Americans." *
"Why is it that English people take
so little interest, comparatively, in the
town which produced so great a genius?"
"Well, I cannot account for it, except
possibly on the theory that one is never
so likely to visit what is always within
one's reach as are thoae who go to a
strange country with the special object
of sightseeing. Why, on this very
steamer I have met an American who
told ine that, although his home is close
to New York, he has never visited your
Metropolitan Museum of Art in Central
park except once, while he has been a
number of times to the British museum,
and repeatedly to the Louvre. Now, I
fancy that if he lived a few hundred
miles from New York, and occasionally
went there to 'see the sights,' he would
have a much more intimate knowledge
of the museum than he has now, when
it is within his reach every day, or at
least every week."-New York Tribune.
A measure of eagerness, and even of
something vej-y like inipatience, is a
pretty good characteristic of young peo-
ple. Boys and girls, young men and
maidens, ought to be wise, but not with
old men's wisdom.
Indgestion, and Stomach disorders, akl
BROWN'S IRON BITTERS.
All dealers kee it, 1 per bottle. Genuineha
trade-mark and crossed red lines on wrapper.
ow to ltc~'i>'h St Alliri'(t r .
i, r.:i,- .ii lb!. t- i o ul "1.s that a .
IiiMitLV [, 1. o ale,- are l' ..,kiing tawarI ', St.
A11 I ti] ;ttl it ii t il' -itAr i l '-I:l t.
.\lic it Ltv a lil,,e -, i eliac i I-
alil, \ \tnso t .l' al.out ti he loa l te.-
ouvr- whihi the place i may be reltachld
\' ill le,l_ inii ,l .; vict.ibl t. ta. i tli.l -
'i'-liii;g t, % vi1it- u- \\% io have nlever-
mii 'de the trip. -if the valii.uls route.-
tlre is little : ti any illcsre-,ice in nthi
matter of expense. Coming via Mo-
bile or Pensacola and the Gulf, the
steamer Gulf City and the schoon-
er Jessie P. make regular trips
trips, every possible att-. itic.ii is giv-
en to tihe cmmfort of 1 a.ssengeirs, and
with favorable e winds the trip from
PeiI -aollla i min ail in from twelve ta
railroad at Pensacola or wherever else
you may strike it, for Chipley; the
distance from here to St. Andrews
overland w-ith a very good road, is
fly-two ,ni!sA; a new livery firl itn
Clhil-1 y lj.e put in service a line of
comfortable, new h-clks with good
teams, the trip is made in one day,
and the prices charged will be as reas-
onable as circumstances will warrant;
or, write beforehaInd to Tiobt. Baker
of St. Andrews, whose advertisement
is to be found in the Bjoo, making f
date for him to meet you at Maiianna,
Cottondale, or any convenient station
on the P. & A.; or, coming from the
north to Montgomery, Ala., to Bain-
Ga., over the Alabania Midland rail-
road and thence to Wewahitchka by
steamboat or a cheaper route is to
come from Montgomery to Eufala,
Al;. 'vr T(, M. & railroad and
by .c';. nir to \Vewahichka, where
a hic, ';i:'i tI,. fiunld to convey you
sixt.:l-' i;r,: to Wetappo;'here con-
,. ma ide with the East
Li :aii ,.iLaits, making daily
tri r cad1 down tfie Bay; and
the passage fioni the head of the
Bay tt St. Andrews will be made
in a f-w hours, affording a dieligitfuil
ride ovc:' oin of the fiint'! bodies of
\vater i: i -'i", v.or-' I ; ;. iit.:: ll cost; thigh
iout it1 t1!v ava;0 i- ntage ,f
Iby t,';ii~g thc c; A. t" river Jnnc-
t'. ; .e 'V Ilhitchka
lIrout i e tii e',l ;. int r' bme fixed
:-' '- -'.rt1 I';' 's tInre for hbm k
to lIe in orice' a',t ay inye..
l*'. / 1':*'
r : 7 . : 1 r..
1, ( 1. k
iV^'-r O Tr--3 f":D I -FECTIOUS .
S. A Po erfulD sinfectpant and decskriz-
l ..o.: ...i ric.;.! s c c. It d a r
." ," nsive o or cOIp .tely in a few
S.>.* ..' as ell as the cause ofthe odor,
: thPereby urc-clrtinsg leaned arresting the
Sspr dinf ofa.t lil contaniousc diseases.
Vo-uchoJ or 'oy -e li:hest Sanitary
_i .4AE!UFACTUrED 37 THE r
^ ( -,. -,, --a s io- n- i n et-p. ia r,u It
A wi.erul-y D-ir..ftc .i nl arr:stiLL, thel,,
.rcad i i cona.ot_ diseases
.- .' P.RrCCTED
'r. .ac rqa.x
r -- -.-" :'- .t ...- :. ,
EMMONS & LYNCH,
Publishers and Stationers,
Have the exclusive sale of these cel-
ebiated Glasses in
St. Ai:drin IFa.
KELLAM & MOORE,
The only Manufacturing Opticians in
gIP'Peddlers are not supplied with these
+ A LIGHTNING PLATER,
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A Lacrj 3iI CVs-,1- a and Phtf
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ith l f-ul instructin;S for us
(CHEAP AT THIE i'i.Oy OFFICE
Our No. 28 End Spring, with
Drop-Axle both front and rear,
is the best looking and most
serviceable buggy made for the
money. Ask your dealer to
show the BLOOMINGTON
MFG. CO.'S line of Buggies,
Wagons and Carts, and buy
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MOULDINGS, FLOORING, ETC.
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STOVES AND TiI
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Having recently purcha-ed
i ;m i'!;'r:'.:'.d to Carry Plsse n i i ;,3: II
frnom Chip, cy, "i )!oit, I leinn ir i al "
cr po-ll : ,l l t iIf: t: r r;:l (*. i:' i ,..
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P!aties vwish, ng to reach the I. ill I M ,
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IT CONSISTS OF TWO
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