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: March 15, 1894
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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Volume ID: VID00007
Source Institution: University of Florida
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ST. ANDRE ,"' :FLA., MAR. 15, 1894.

NO. 50.


.enators- Hon. am'l Pasco, Monticello;
Hon Wilkinson Call, Jacksonviile.
tepresentatives--st District, R. Mal-
lory, Pensacoia; 2d District, C. M.
,and Office-Register, Alex. Lynch; Re-
ceiier, Volney J. Shipman, Gainesville.
vJvernor-Henry L. Mitchell; Attorney
General, Wm. B. Lamar; Secretary of
State, J. L. Crawford; Comptroller, W.
D. Bloxham; Commissioner of Agricul-
ture, L. B. Wombwell; Superintendent
of Public Instruction, W. N. Sheats;
Treasurer, C. B. Collins; Justice of Su-
preme Court, R. F. Taylor, Tallahassee.
Representative, W. R. Sainer, Chipley,
County Judge, Wm. B. Jones, Vernon;
Clerk of Court, County Clerk, Recorder
of Deeds, W. B. Lassitter, Vernon;
Sheriff, C. G. Allen, Chipley: Treasurer,
R. C0-. orne, Oipley; Tax Collector, J.
W. Cravey, Vernon: Tax Assessor, A.
J.Gay, Grassy Point; Superintendent
of Public Instruction, W. L. Lockyy,
Chidley; Surveyor, Thos. Collins, Chip-
justice of the Peace. W. G. Singleterry;
Notary Public, Deputy Circuit Court
Clerk, R. D. Hopkins; School Super-
visor, R. F. Brackin; Post Master, G.
B. Thompson.
Postmistress, Mrs. Ellison.
?oatmistress, Annie R. Parker; otary
Public, W. H. Parker.
?ostmaster, N. W. Fitts.

iotaries, E. Mosher, Frank Hoskins, F
B. Bell; Postmaster, W. M. Croman'
County Commissioner, H. M. Spicer;
Deputy Clerk of Courts, S. T. Walklev.

Y.P. S.C. E.-Prayer meeting at the
Presbyterian church every Sunday after-
soon at3 o'clock. All are invited.
Methodist-Church corner of Washing-
,on avenue and Chestnut street-Rev. W.
3d. Croman pastor. Preaching at 11 a. m.
tnd 7:30 p. m.. every alternate Sunday.
Sev enth Day Baptist-Meets every Sat-
arday at 11 o'clock a. m., corner of Wood-
jine avenue and Bay View streets; prayer
meeting same place every Friday evening
at 7:30.
Presbyterian-Church corner Loraine
avenue and Drake street. Rev. C. P.
Slade (Christian) preaches by permis-
sion every alternate Sunday at 7:30 p. m.
Catholic-Church corner Wyoming ave-
.ue and Foster street.
East, west and north mail, via. Chipley de-
parts every day except Sunday at 1-
o'clock; arrives every day except Sun2
S day at 12.30 p. m.
East Bay mail for Harrison, Cromanton,
Parker, Farmdale and Wetappo, leaves
St. Andrews going east every morning
at F o'clock and arrives, coming west
every afternoon at 3 o'clock.
North Bay (Anderson): Arrives at St.
Andrews every Monday, Wednesda and
Friday, a. m; Returns to Anderson
same days at 1:30 p. m.


Attorney at Law,
Vernon Fla

Notary Public for the State at Large. Of-
fice and re dence,

Notary Public and Surveyor. Special at-
tention given to all Notarial business
also to the Drawing of Maps, Charts, etc'
Parker. Fla"

Watchmaker, Jeweler and Optician.
Office and salesroom in Geo. Rus-
sell's store, corner of Bay View and
Wyoming avenues.
St. Andrews, Florida.

Notary Public.
and Deputy Circuit Clerk.
Office in the old real estate office opposite
Brackin's store, Magnolia street.

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

TT WILL PAY YOU to send 5c
for a sample Coupon copy'of the BUOY,
St. Andrews, Fla. Three Fine Cash
PRESENTS, Absolutely Free.


I am prepared to do all kinds of
Hauling at the lowest living rates
and give entire satisfaction.
Cut and delivered at reasonable rates

Chairman Wilson, who was re-
ported a week or two ago to be dying
in Mexico, was, after his life had
been dispaired of, given a course of
the newly discovered wonderful pan-
acea. the Jicima root, and is said to
be recovering rapidly and almost en-
irely cured.

One Dollar a Year in Advance.

Publishers and Proprietors.
WuM, A. E.V o s. E..J. 1'. 11.

Display ad iate>- 5ie per inch per m.,iihb.
Position anil extraordinary condition
rates subject to sepcci: I agree eniit.

The Effects of Glorious Protec-
tive Tariffs.
It is interesting to note that while
the United States is engaged in the
attempt to shake off the incubus of
the McKinl.y laws. all Europe is
in "an economic ferment," as some
writers have termed it. It is well
known that all the prilicipa! iati .i t
on the continent have high protec-
tive tariffs. According to the d.)c-
trine which has dominated our leg-
islation since 1861 they ought all to
be happy.
On the contrary, they are all un-
happy. France is giving au;,thler
turn to the screw, showing th t thl,,
tariff of 1891 ha., nut brought about
the blessings e\[ectedl. Quiite the
reverse. The Chauml.er of Coui ine(r..r
at Marseilles declare, that sincei it.
adoption there a- been a steady re-
duction of commercial operations, a
lack of new eiterprike-, a sIspen.uilui
of many that previouuly exiSted; that
no new factuiies are buil.ling, that
those buineld down are ii.t rel l.e.-.d,
that the nIinb,:er of idle ships i r.i .-,
larger every .day," in .-hoJit there Ii-
been a challe ,r t he wire ii f'i
eign commorci.e, attr-iilel by a timi-
lar condition iii gi ieultuire ;n.l in-
ternational colimeee. Thle reined.lv
now propo-edi i.h till higher taiilt--
another turn of the sere.v, aa exlU-.
dient certain ti aggravate the evils
now prevailing.
In Italy there is chaos. Upri.ing-
have occurred to resist the outra-
geous taxe. oni the necessaries of life,
and these Iave to, le put down by
military force: at the .-ame timl,- there
is a deficiency in the reveniio, an
while it is p roipoed to reduce expen-
ditures the pi upoae'.i econi.,miu-, are
admitted to Ibe iniutlif:iient to avoid ;
deficit. New taxes are pl'po.sedl, to
be levied upon a people already ex-
hausted by excessive taxation.
Fifteen 3ear ago, Germany entered
upon the enterprise of making tlhe
people happy by protective taxes.
This was largely in the interest of
agriculture, which demanded to be
shielded from the curse of cheap
food. The system jran its usual
course. It did not answer expec-
tations, and its advocates said it
was not high enough. So in 18 5
rates were put.up again. Two years
later it was thought necessary to
make a further increase.
The constantly augmenting im-
posts on the necessaries of life have
caused great distress among the poor
ot Germany. But what effect have
they had upon agriculture? For an
answer let us turn to the speech of
Dr. Miquel, in the Reichstag very
recently. He has been counted on
in some quarters as an opponent of
the treaty with Russia. as he is
known to be in sympathy with the
Agrarians. He said that th- main
task ot the Prussian government for
the next few years must be to devise
effectual assistance for agriculture.
In spite of this he favored the treaty.
"In any case," he added, "the treaty
cannot render the condition of hns-

bandry any worse than it now is.
Such is the effect of high protec-
tion upon German agriculture.
Even in the opinion of its warmest
friend the condition cannot be any
This is but a repetition of the ex-
perience of the United States. We
had a continued demand for higher
rates, and they have been advanced
from time to time. The McKinley
bill went to the extreme of high pro-
tection, and what is to-day the con-
diticn of our industries ? According
to the statements of the parties in-
terested they were never worse.
They are waiting for the repeal of
the McKinley act ihat they may
have an opportunity to revive.
It is alleged, of course, that the
business depression is due to the pro-
spective reduction of duties. To
what then is it due in Italy, where
there is prospect for an increase?

an increase has just b'.-n iiladle?
T heir' i. un, fear il"I tariff itef.. ilt IIn
Fiant.e, Iut tl re is a piralv i. I'
iinlii y I n.l r.trie. To I lat I shat ll
%\e attlilbute th 'lepies.ii.ii in (iGe -
ma y. hereie argricultaie, its cheli-f
tbeirlicialy i.- admitted to be iln isuch
a .le'perate condition thai no com -
ncercial treaty cam make it wrs '
Tl.e limit has been reac'he.d in put-
ting up duties both in Germany andI
the UniteI States, bnt the exleceled
Ilesings have refused to materialize.
TThere ih, a deep plil isnphy whiich
cannot be explained o, unnlor.tsel'l,
underlying this "econlumiic ferment"
that Ilre\ails in all protective coui t-
tiiesr. The theory of creatiinl pros-
erit hy l high tii ta-.
lowit. Protection has lbeen tried amii
found. wanting. So it is to be hupeLI
we call try a ihort perinol of unre-
stricted intei national counmerce f,.r
the welfare iof ouir country.
r: .\. C.
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So e Silver Stati:ti,: ..

r on , ....t the. ,., .
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It .IuI ;ht trI. I.-I l l ..t t..t- t .1l ly i l
t!: ..) ,l, IIC iIs I 1 a :l :l. l emicr Otf A Irle .

ca:, li t 111 .t rI .-t;i 11 t l, i ii-t ;l.-.o iinter-

(M tI ..i' i l..IhIp i.. iiiict :s 11 i i- Ci i [eil i 11e
e ,t- ,o -il ,.: i.f ,, 2e n- .:,in t their own
nvell m.s.

,'f t111 l ar .i.l w t l,.- i t C .rI.l ine-
>-'l., r t -,,in hunilre ., oel thouis ands
oii "i _.]i l...u li.-nt a; .l re.] i :eI the
ri'.-:' .,I luli r fr..in .) t. it.)l ,er ,*e 't
1s thi ... \ rry ,il'si,. ; ,l.], that l .. in t ni t
c,..ti nue in this e...l iutio ? t_ e tain-
ly wnt.
W h,.,' are? tl,:..e ,,or aecuser whoo
char.-;, thc .silverites \ith injust i,.e?
D., they ever imagine a filty cent
Dollar? (Ohi, no, not they. Accord-
ing to their idea, gold is the only
ni-tal tit for money; gull is tile metal
of royalty and i: is worth .;2 per
fine oullnce; but dclmonetize gold andi
throw it on tlie market as a coumod-
ity as has been done with silver and
how long will it bring $20 per tine
uu. uo? Anthliotieso on nanco tell
us there is only fi:'ty-six cents worth
of gold in a gold Jollar. With the
stoppage of gold coinage gold would
soon drup to $5 per ounce.
Now then take one of the much
abused sixty-five cent silver dollars
and. one of the much worshipped gold
dollars that contains but fifty-,ix
cents worth of the yellow metal, and
which is the nearest approach to an
hoaest dollar-a dollar that is worth
one hundred cents? Is not the much
persecuted silver dollar nearest the
mark of honesty? I think sixty-five
is nearer than fifty-six is to the one
hundred mark. What say our friends
of the single standard to this part of
the argument?
All old miners know that gold is
produced much cheaper than silver
can be, on account of the treatment
of the ore; the mining of each is the
same, and gold smelting ore and sil-
ver ore are treated at about the same
rates; but much of the gold is found
in what is known as free milling ore,
and it is treated at from $1 to $1.50
per ton. When found in placer form-
ation there is really no mining re-
quired; a person with a pick and
shovel and a pan for washing the dirt
is all that is required except plenty
of water; there is no expense for
large buildings or heavy machinery
for hoisting and pumping of \wat or;

no timbering of the minne; no frei.hit
or smelter bills ,to pay, consequeci;ly
the cost of production is very light.
except where, as in some few cases
where water is scarce rand at a li:i-
tance from the ground to be w\;.:d,
then there is considerable expense to-
be incurred in the construction of
flumes for carrying water to where it
is to be used, after which the ex-
pense is very light.
-With the mining of silver it is dif-
ferent. There is no way of reducing
the cost of its production, unless by
some as yet unknown process of re-
duction of the ore or a reduction in
the wages of the miners who never
have received enough for their labor
and the risk of danger to life and
limb. N. M. w.

South Florida Home: Stay north
and snow up with the country; go
west and blow up; or, come to Flori-
da and grow up with the finest por-

To what is it due in France, where tion of the United States.

Hero a m
weeks' exp,
shine, stood
ready to bu
of the torch

raiding wes
his orders.
ignited it
league. He

pipe, and ri
lighted its C
stump amon
Ho saw the
ward. unwa
est breath ol
growl or sor
to him to as
answer. St
gruff though
comrade, he
than before.
Sply. Snrp
back around
the tents lay
and came ta
shadowy for
stl.-ps gave n
whose cocke
his very face
his shoulder
yelling for
beyond rang
geant Wing
earth, drugg
cot, deftly gi
self. An in
lighted up
glare; the h
whirling anR
far and ne
warning all
was out in f
Away out
glare chased
in, all uncon
the sisters w
'Drive yo
tered to his I
out of the

for anything
Far out 1b
ing vehicle i
plain, the
upon the b
reno's, and
faces peered
aerta, wl
ht light
an Feeny,
ent to orde
rations of hi
carried cony
despite all F
sight of that
the thought
being borne
tivity among
to rouse the
assertion of
In vain had
of his mon
laws would
him of his g
then lighted
evidence, th
morning vis
trained in tt
by Mullan,
tent to be sl
In vain d
that if Ap
tent with s
surely signs
of them, at
torch had
vowed he
moment of
anything o
to save the
agreed thai
charge of th
and helpless
others were

struck the t
to follow
four pack n
they went
that was lef
fend the gc
all comers
wrecked br
Peeny, rag
fight, and a
Pedro. The
troopers we:
Even as
Latham wi
at the door
thest from
he slipped a
cloak and t
ready hand
he whisper
my promise
slunk away
side quick
corporal cc
in his saddl
the nervelei
hurled it

Moreno equ
and sent hi:
O)nlv bv (

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that. In 15 minutes, with Ceralvo's that will pay us a call before
rules sibling behind, away morning, or I'm a duffer."
into e darkness, and all Once again he found the paymaster
ft to the ranch and de- wearily, anxiously patrolling his self-
vern t treasury against assumed post out beyond the westward
was phlegmatic but de- wall. The presence of common danger,
paym I r, his physically the staff official's forgetfulness 'of self
it de T ted clerk, Sergeant and his funds in his determination to
ing heart, but full of aid the wretched women whom he
half reed packer named firmly believed to have been run off by
Stwo useless and drunken the Apaches, had won from the sergeant
re urse ofno use to any- the tribute of more respectful demean-
or, even though he held the story of the
detachment mounted, raid to be an out and out lie.
tl id Moreno appeared "Any signs or sounds yet, sir?" he
ouded in his serape. questioned in muffled tone.
phy by the side far- "Why, 1 thought-just a moment
er and the sergeant, ago-I heard something like the crack
a fat anttn from under his of a whip far out there on the plain."
hrus t into the corporal's "That's mighty strange, sir; no stage
d. Tush-h-no words," is due coming east until tomorrow
ed. All is welL I keep night, and no stage would dare pull out
." d so saying he had on this stretch in face of the warning
, buFeeny was on the off there at Picacho."
as ot, quicker than the "Well, it may have been imagina-
)uld tow the bulky vessel tion. My nerves are all unused to
e s. Wresting it from this sort of thing.' How do you work
ss hd of his junior, Feeny this affair when you want to reload,
wit all his force after the sergeant? I'm blessed if I understand
ret ting form. It struck it. I never carried a revolver before in
are the back of the neck my life."
m ing heavily forward. Feeny took the glistening, nickel
catch nL at a horse oost did elated Smitl & Wesson, clicked the

YbpRiQ r, !_893y C Lr ..
hp .I he save himself from a fall, but, as he
ass ,dor, dry bakd by straightened up. his face was one not to
-sure tsa& bauzing ns- -be xlokpd at without a shudder; grind-
I in o, f firewood ing teeth, snapping, flashing eyes, venge-
urst atf ch l fu- cLntorionls.of brow and jaw, hate,
l. W er the I'fuly andl rtvengt all' were qivoring
r5eA a-n:nder'tha tithy '
o e Inai a-e kin, and the gleaming kni- was-
~t ristob were cAlpetd in his upraised hand as, driv-
ft l hekne t once ing into the ranch and out of sight of
Bu e tseen bf any a the hated "gringos," he burst into
couli ho filledhisfaithful the room where sat his wife and
re aga safe distance away daughter, and raging aloud, through
ovin d nd tossed the match that he leaped like a panther to another
Large agged rocks below. d:oo)r, fastened on the farther side,
ig the c go sailing down- whore one instant he stood before ad-
e spar its course by faint- mission could be gained, and through a
fted fr hen he heard Pike's panel in which there warily peered a
Sair. like it and called bear.k-d tace, swarthy as his own. And
methin heard Jackson. No then -ni,:.ra M,-reono hurriedly banged
sk i Ih he had heard the the shutt'-r and took up her guitar.
ro tha iculate voice of his Something had t: bo done to hush the
h in again more loudly upr,.,ar of bivtlphemy and imprecation
Sail 11 there came no ro- luiniiling with the -hbuit of exultation
and a s e stepped quickly that instantly followed her lord's ad-
rid, cky point to where mise:on to th ) den.
d the the sheltering clift Nine o'clock came. Murphy and his
Sunde with three dark, party w. r gone. The beacon still
Lce to f e moccasined foot- blazed at the westward pass. The twang
.ms, w whose. masked and of the guitar had ceased. Silence
o sound died recognition, reigned about theranch. OldPhummer
faces eer were thrust into with anxious face plodded slowly up
d revo a lariat settled over and down the open space in front of
e before ped into place; and the deserted bar. Feeny, with three t
rs, sna en help was miles loaded carbines close at hand and his
help w ringing voice Scr- belt bristling with revolvers, was di-
'e of erked violently to viding his attention between the safe t
was tent, strapped to a and the still sleeping troopers. Every
ed in d then left to him- once in a while he would station the
agged er the Picacho was major at the safe, which had been
stant a urid, unearthly hauled into the easternmost of the
with ,ma of sparks went rooms that opened to the front instead
uge cog up on high, and of on the corral, and, revolver in hand,
d hiss great beacon was would patrol the premises, never fail-
ar the t the fierce Apac he ing to stop at a certain window behind
seers t raiding tuio k'uia which he believed Moreno to be lurking
force a to warn that impulsive greaser not to
the desert its r.-l show his head outside iss roem if he
^acr cord wagon w:,r-ro- didn't want it blown off his shoulders; t
Sthe C the danger signal, never failing on his return to stir up
Iscious chatting in a low both recumbent forms with-angry foot,
ere ni .and then to shower in equal portions
r had Harve nmut- cold water and hot imprecations upon
ur jehu, as he lcaned them.
Me c to reach his ear. To Pedro he had intrusted the duty 1
saddl the girls," he of caring for the horses of his prostrate
oa ad omrode. Efory faculty he possessed
.gr was on the alert, watching for the
,yond e swaying, bound- faintest sign of treachery or hostility
far ou across the blistered from within, listening with dread but
glare d gleam fell full stern determination for the first sound
rown obe walls at Mo- of hoof beats from without. It must
glitte eyes and swarthy have been about 10 o'olock when, leav-
ed gih the westward ing Mr. Dawes, the clerk, seated in the
while o in the corral the dark interior beside the saBe, Peeny
i were to and fro, stepped forth to make another rini.
sore I but obedl- stopped to look at Mullan and his iart-
rs, w hurrying the prepa- ner, now beginning to twitch uneasily i
is me and moan and toss in their drunken
wild announcement had sleep, and then turned to seek the pay-
viction the major's soul, master.
'eeny's pleadings, and the Whatever lights Moreno had been
Sbeao furiously burning, accustomed to burn by way of lure or
tof t e helpless women encouragement to belated travelers, all
oft in the horrors of cap- was gloom tonight. The bar was si-
g the ans, had conspired lence and darkness. The bare east room
payn ter to unlocked for adjoining the corral was tenanted now
hi mls and his authority, only by the clerk and the precious iron
Feeny -ggcd him to think box of "greenbacks." No glimmer of
ey, to (member that out- lamp showed there. The westward
resort to any trick to rob apartments, opening only one into
nuard d might have even another and thence into the corral, were
d Wig and his party and still as the night and even when a
the b- icon. The chain of shutter was slowly pushed from within,
ie strai ht story told by his as though the occupants craved more
litor, t awful news con- air, no gleam of light came through.
he pen ed note brought in "Don t show your ugly mug out
were iderations too po- here, Moreno," cautioned Feeny for the
lighted fourth or fifth time, "and warn any
id Fee y point out to him d--d cutthroat with you to keep in
aches rere really in the hiding. The man who attempts to
d Win would not be con- come out gets a bullet through him."
martin the fire, but would There had been shrill protestation in
il whit r to go in search Mexican Spanish and Senora Moreno's
nd tha no vestige of signal strident tones when first he conveyed his
appeal ,d. Old Plummer orders to the master of the ranch, but
could ever again know a Moreno himself had made no audible
peace he neglected to do reply, and, as was conjectured, had
r eve thing in his power enjoined silence on his wife, for after
girls. ost reluctantly he i that outbreak she spoke no more.
t Fee should remain in "I've got this approach covered any-
he safe' d the two drugged how," muttered the veteran. "Now if
Sme. Murphy and all the Ionly had men to watch those doors
e orde tout forthwith to into the corral, I could pen Moreno and
'**'-.-87 whatever he has here at his back. It's
rail h ursuit an then that gang of hell hounds we passed at

Electrical WVoders and Antici-
Springfield Republican.
It is not an extravagant statement
to say that never before in the history
of the world has there been a scien-
tific discovery about which centered
such magnificent dreams as are being
built up on certain recently discover-
ed electrical principles. Among
these tile foremost place must be
given to the astounding discoveries
of the young Servian genuis, Nikola
Tesla, which are so novel and so ex-
traordinary that the most imagina-
tive of inventors are unable to foresee
what form their development will
take. Just as experimenters were
begiuing to think that they knew all
that could be learned about electrici-
ty. and tho t'a~tor .Im pro a. mo at
must be in the line cf more perfect
mechanical application, Mr. Tesla
shows the electric fluid inder con-
litions in which it differs from ordi-
nary electricity as much as light
liffers from heat. A current of 2,000
volts will kill a man in the twinkling
of an eye, but this modern wizard
lets currents pour through hiis hands
with a potential of 200.000 volts vi-
brating a million times a second and
showering from him in dazzling
streams of light. For sometime after
the experiment ceases his body and
clothing emit streams and halos of
splintered light.
The wildest dream of the inventor
could not have foreseen that while
currents of low frequency are deadly
these are harmless. Mr. Thesla says
that he will soon be able to wrap
himself in a complete sheet of elec-
tric fire that will keep a man warm
at the north po:e without harming
him. Neither Merlin nor Michael
Scott nor any of the wizards of old
ever wrought a more potent miracle,
even in fancy. The meaning of this
is too far beyond us to be realized
at present. We can no more grasp
its significance than Franklin could
discern the electric motor in his cap-
tured thunderbold. Equally astound-
ing, and with more visible usefulness
is Mr. Tesla's discovery that currents
of such enormous potential and fro-
quency can be transmitted without
the use of wires. A room
can be filled with electricity
from copper plates in ceiling and
floor, so that electric lamps will burn
without any connecting wires ae soon
as they are brought in. In the same
way intelligence and power may be
transmitted with a circuit, doing
away with the necessity for trolleys,
storage batteries and subways.
When it is considered that such
startling changes as this are :already
theoretically possible, it will be seen
that in the inventions upon which
we so complacently congratulate our-
selves we have only timidly paddled
along the shore of the great sea to
be explored. This sdden enlarge-
ment of the ideas of scientific man
in regard to the nature of the possi-
bilities of electricity has led the New
York Mail and Express to bring" to-
gether in a symposium the opinions
of well known electricians as to the

, riulne I vdce lni Ients o0 i icii l
S.Iicice. Mr. Edisojn thinii. 'e ..
yet be able to get electricity direct
I',.ii coal-a discovery c.,npared
\ itl which tie philosopher's stone is
a bauble.
Then our.steamships will need oIa-t
ly .'snug a little bin for 250 tons of
coal instead of one for 2,800 ton.."
Successful earial flgiht, electric cook-
ery, a tr..nisatlantic telephone. a real
telescope with which one can seue.
around the world by the medium of a
wire, the formation of wholesome foo -
products under the potency, of elctri.
tal affinlities-thebe some o

hluYJUir to th- sa'ut3: noi a. Lir ti La U
cylinder springs, and t,,uiliiyX the
lever showed his superior by the feel
rather than sight how the perfect me-
ohanism was made to turn on its hinge
and thrust the emptied shells from their
"The Lord grant we may have no
call to shoot tonight, sir, but I mis-
doubt the whole situation. That fire's
beginning to wear itself out already,
and any minute I look to hear the hoof
beats of the Morales gang, surround-
ing us here on every side. If they'll
only hold off till toward morning and I
can brace up these two poor devils
they've poisoned, we can stand 'em off
awhile until our fellows begin to come
back or Lieutenant Drummond heam
of the gathering."
"And do you still believe there are
no Ap&chei in this- business?" ? apI d
the ma .
**na W l
Lut not to the north, not to the weit,-1
can't believe that. Those Morales fel-
lows know everything that is going on.
They knew that just about this time
Ned Harvey was expected along escort-
ing his sisters home. They knew you
had never seen him and could easily
be made to believe the story. Every-
thing has been done to hold us back,
first at Ceralvo's and afterward here,
until they could gather all their gang
in force sufficient to attack, then-
Hist! listen There's hoofs now. No,
not out there, the other way, from the
Tucson road, east. God grant it's
some of our fellows coming back l
Keep watch here, major; I'll run out
and challenge."

A tiny electric light fastene-l to
the end of a pencil is a recent iuven-
tion to enable riepcrtera to make notes
in darkness, and find the keyhole
when they reach home.
Notice to Inventors.
There was never a timein the his-
tory of our country when the4eBMm .A
for inventions and improvemeane in
the arts and sciences generally was so
good as now. The conveaiecese et
mankind in the factory and work-
shop, in the household, on th farm,
and in official life. require 'ssti~aal
accessions to :he appurtenane aan
implements of each in order to save
labor, time and expense. The poli-
tical change in the administration of
government does not affect the pire
gross of the American inventor, who
being on the aleAt, and ready to per-
ceive the existing deficiencies, does
not permit the affairs of government
to deter him from quickly eooueiting,
the remedy to overcome existing dia-
crepanaies. Too great care. i%4not
be exercised in choosing a competent
and skillful attorney to prepare and
prosecute any application for a' pat-
ent. Valuable interests have Ibeo
iost and destroyed in innumerable in-
stances by the employment of in-
competent counsel, and especially is
this advice applicable to those who
adopt the "No patent, no pay" sys-
tem. Inventors who intrust their
business to these kind of attorneys
do so at imminent risk, as the breadth
and strength ot the patent is never
considered in view of a quick en-
deavor to get an allowance and ob-
tain the fees then due. THE PRESS
derburn, General Manager, 618. F
street N,. W., Washington, ,D. C.,
representing a large number of im-
portant daily and weekly papers, as
well as general periodicals of the
country, was instituted to protect its
patrons"from the unsafe methods
heretofore employed in this line of
business. The said Company is pre-
pared to take charge of all patent
business entrusted to it for reason-
able fees, and prepares and prosecutes
applications generally, including
mechanical inventions, design pat-
ents, trade marks, labels, copyrights,
interference, infringements, validity
reports, and gives especial attention
to rejected cases. It is also :prepar-
ed to enter into completion. with any
firm in securing foreign patents.
Write for instructions and, advice.
P.O. Box 835. Washington, D. C.
If you are out of employment. why
not work tor the BuoY and earn some
of its premiums?

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it was suggested nearly tin years ago
by atl undergraduate in a western
college, is Mr. Edison's idea that ua-
spoken thought may be record d by
electrical apparatus applied to t:i
cranium, and either -rproduced at
pleasure o: transmitted to another

The American Sugar Refining
company, known as the Sugar Trust,
earned about $13,000,000 last year,
or 28 per cent, on the common stock,
according to the known authorities.
It has now a surplus of something
like $40,000,000. It would be a
downright shame indeed for congress
to turn this he.pless infant adrift.
-8 - I
Naturally, it is in Colorado where
that petition calling upon the silver
states tl secede from the Union is
being circulated. Goveirn6r Vaite's
tongue for the present is si!oat; but
his bloody-bridled horse goes march-
ing on.

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NOTE.-It must be remembered that the
wind is not a wholly reliable motive pow-
erand if the sailors sometimes find it im-
possible to make schedule time it mus t be
olarged to the elements; they do the best
they can.
._ --,-=-- -_.- --_--_-- -.-- :_-- .
Leaves St. Andrews every Wednesday.
Arrive at Pensacola every Thursday.
Leave Pensacola every Friday.
Arrive at St. Andrews every Saturday.'
Fare, with board, $5; without hoard, i3.
Freight carefully handled.
isyvN. W. PITTS Agenit fr.r East :=..\
territory. East B% parties giiig t .:
gacola will fiud i to their ad
consult with him. '_~--,._
Capt. F. H. tWare, Proprietor.

Makes regular trips between Parke ron
East Bay and Pensacola; will make reg-
ular 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-
tian St. Andrews will receive prompt
and careful attention.
JoHn T. PITTS, Agent.

Carries the East Bay Mail; leaves St. An-
drews Tuesday, Thursday a: d Saturday
mornings, arriving at Wetappo same
evening. Leave Wctappo alternate
mornings arriving at St. Andrews in the
evening. Passengers and freight trans-
ported at reasonable rates.

Carries the East Bay mail; leaves St. An-
drews Monday, Wednesday and Fri-
day mornings, arriving at Wetappo
same evening. Leave Wetappo alter-
nate mornings arriving at St. Andrcws
in the evening. Passengers accom mo
dated and freight carried at reasonable
St. Andrews to Harrison,...... .10
. a -

" Parke-, ....... .
" Faridale, .... 51
" W etappo, .. ;-.
" Wetappo,..... 75
n a,i ... ... . ..- ... .


The Netti3 arrived early Monday
morning with one passenger and a
customary heavy cargo of frieght.
She took goods to the Peoplo's
store at Pittsburg, Tuesday, and
sailed thonce to Pensacola.
The Jessie P, arrived Monday with
heavy freight tor parties in St An-
drews and her owner at Parker.
The Jolly Tramp left for Pensa-
cola Saturday noon with several pas-
sengers on board.

IT IS NOT what we say but what
Hood's Sarsaparilla does that tells the
story of its merit. When in need of med-
kcie remember HOOD'8 CURES

A Week's Weather.
The following table shows what the
temperature at St. Andrews has bueni
during the past week, from olserva ions
taken at the Broy office each mirorniing
and noon:
M(trn. Noon
Thursday ....... Mar 6(7 (6
Friday ......... "' 9 (; 79
SS nrday. ........ 1 ; i ;5> 73
Mon'lay ....... i i f; 72
T eu' dy l....... .i ((i 73
',F'edn da . .. 1 ( 1 (;77 .74
. . . . ... . . . . . . . .. . .

SMALL C"iT 7'"
Apply to

I`. .i ,/.! E.


There are single retail shoe stores in our large
atie which sell 2,000 pairs of ahoes a day, making
a net profit of $250,000 a year. We sell shoes low,
but we sell a great many pairs, the clear profit on
Oar ladies', misses' and children' shoes is at least
ten cents a pair, and on our mons' and boya' shoes
16 cents a pair. We shall establish shoe stores in
eaeh of the fiftylargest cities of the U. S., and if
they sell only 300 pairs of shoes a day they would
earn $526,000 a year. We should be able to pay a
yearly dividend of $5.25 a share, or over I0 per cent.
a year on the investment. We sell the stock at $10
a share. The price must inevitably be much more
han $10 a share. No stock has ever been sold at
Ule than this price, which Is its par value. Stock
non-aasesable. Incorporated, Capital $1,000,000.
We have over 1,000 stockholders, and the number
o Increasing daily. Some of the principal stock-
holders are: T. 8. Walling, N. Y.; I. J. Potter, Boston;
N. A. Reed, Jr., Chicago; J.B. Campbell, Chicago; W. M.
"Auaiagh Little Rock, Ark. I. IL IRich. Chicago ;J. F.
Tmrn Phi. B. Larding, iN. iY.; E. J. Payne, attie
ekk1ich. F. P. Hullette, Arcade, N. Y.
Write for a prospectus containing the names of
r stockholders, etc., or send an order for stock,
ftoing cas hier's check, cash or money order.
Orders taken for one or more shares. Price, $10
hIT 8HOUE CO., Si~', osTo, Ass.
Agents Wanted.


-Ni bread, pies and cakes, fresh
every dae at Rlraschll's store.
-Aligator teeth, sea bean and
shell jewelry at the jeweler's.
-Conmmnercial, legal, and plain or
printed tationcrv at the Buoy office.
-Prof. Lipes completed his second
month of the public school term last week.
-Russell's is headquarters for
clocKs, watches, jewelry, hats, boots and
-Legal cap, comnmuscial note
letter-heid papers and envelopes, either
printed or plain at the Buoy office.
-Fifty to 100 sweet seedling or-
ange trees, one to three feet high for sale
at 15 each. Leave orders at the Buoy
-The Florida Farmer and Fruit
Grower will be sent to any paid up sub-
scriber in club with the Buoy for $1.50; the
two papers to new subscribers for 2.50.
* -Dr. E. A. Wilson, of Birming-
ham. Ala., is hl:.e visiting his sister, Miss
Marian Miloun, and while at St. Andrews
will do some first class dental work at reas-
onaijvo rtaL.0 .'W-;. .-*..,,s ip* .h without
oain. '
-The People's store, Pittsburg,
Fla., is headquarters for all enterprises.
Pensacola standard size brick, delivered
anywhere on East Bay for ten dollars per
M.; shell lime in any quantity at short
-Parties who wish the BuoY to
attend to the payment or their taxes must
see to it that their money and a correct
description reaches us not later than the
17th inst., else we cannot reach the tax
collector in time and the property will be
returned delinquent.
-In an item a week or two ago
the BuoY inadvertently gave credit to W.
D. Bloxham the comptroller for the pub-
lication of the report of the proceedings
of the annual meeting of the Florida btate
Horticultural Society, which should .ave
been given to L. B. Wombwell, commis-
sioner of agriculture. This will correct
the slip of the pencil.
-All those young people who de-
light in 'the pastime of dancing should
make a note of the fact that their pres-
ence is looked for at a masquerade ball to
be given in Ware's Hall on Saturday even-
ing, the 17th inst. As this will probably,
be the last of its kind this season every-
one will be pure to avail themselves of this
opportunity for social enjoyment.
-Every newcomer who visits
Parker is pleased with the beauty of the
location a:nd it is only a question of time
and that a very short time when the prices
of desirable sites will be much higher than
at present, and the wise homeseeker will
take advantage ol th '-, bargains in real es-
tate now olffTre'd by W. 1. Parker.
-T-he new North Bav saw mill
a1,i wi r.l'h \ I 1P' C.' T. -r i- '. !i C'l. 1
*I r < -t-S i n od t.LA .a..T.i 1 .. -... ... ...
on and a start made at sawing last Sat-
urday. Everything worked smoothly aind
beautifully and the mill will very shortly
be prepared to turn out rough or dressed
lumber of every description to meet the
wants of all patrons.
-A personal letter from W. S.
Hart, secretary of the Florida State Hor-
ticultural Society conveys lihe intelli-
gence that, owing to the demand of other
matters upon his attention ho is compelled
to resign his position as secretary of the
society. This will be unwelcome news to
all the members, every one of whom ap-
preciates the valuable 'service Mr. H. has
rendered the society, and it will be for-
tunate indeed |if his successor bshall give
as careful attention to the responsible po-
sition as has Mr. Hart.
-'Pampa Times, 10th: Harry Ev-
ans, of West Liberty, Ohio, Fred Avery of
Chicago,Capt.Louis Danford and Coast Pi-
lot Jno Surber arrived in Tamnpa yesterday
on the sloop Rival. Iiese gentlemen are
on their way up the coast to St. Andrews
Bay. They have been cruising down the
coast for the past month or so and report
a splendid :timo. Mr* Evans is corres-
pondent for several northwestern newspa-
pers and has been writing descriptive ar-
ticles. Tampa, ,her industries and at-
tractions, will be tlre subject matter of
his next article.
-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'ud 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 CincinnatiCompany,
and while lots and blocks are not shown
it is in easy matter to get their location-
by the use of this map. One dollar buys
either mai; or either will be given as a
premium for five cish in advance sub-
-The St. Andrews Village Im-
provement Society is arranging to give
an intersstiug entertainment at t.hePres-
byterian church on the evening of Tuesday,
the 2fth inst., for the benefit of the im-
provement fund. A varied and interest-
ing program is being prepared to consist
of orations, recitations, vocal and instru-
mental music, etc., etc. This society is
starting in right and every member is ex-
hibiting a determination that the unsight-
ly places and bru sh-covereca street sides
shall receive ti touch of imp movement
and that our naturally most beautiful lo-
cation in hoe world shall have the benefit
of a united effort on the part of our citi-
zens to nake it artificially as well as nat-
ura!ly the most inivit:ng spot in the whole
south. The entertainment is to lie under
the direction of Prof. V. D. Greene, which
in itself is sufficientassurnnce that noth-
ing will be left undone to agreeably en-
tertain the audience. The admission is
placed at the low price of 10 and 15 cents
aind every citizen, little and big, old and'
voutig should be willing to invest this
nimch for thie improvement of "Lovely St.
Ani. Ireiwa li the 8ca ."

I Believe in Hood's

Inherited Scrofula:Cured

Read the Statement ofla
Popular Teaoher


Mr. Geo. A. ZArklee
Mt. Horeb, Tenn.
The statements in the testimonial below are
familiar factor to the immediate friends of Mr.
-Po. 'A. lA. rkl. school teacher of Mt. Horeb,
'Tenn., very ,k'ell known thrnugeiiio ?i B ounty,-
where he wa born and has always lived. Read It.
"C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass.:
"Dear Sirs:-I believe in Hood's Sarsaparilla.
I will tell you why. I have suffered from in-
herited scrofula from child hood. When 37 years
of age, my eyes became strangely affected. I
could not read after sunset, and when I would
close my eyes, I could not open them; but on
whichever side I lay, on that side I could open
my eye. This condition continued about two
years, and was succeeded by
An Intolerable Itching
all over my body and limbs. I had to have my
little boys take shoe brushes and scratch me.
It was dreadful. It continued a month and was
followed immediately by a tumor in the right
side of my neck, as large as a small egg. I at
once commenced taking physicians' prescrip-
tions and continued till I lost hope. In the mean
time the tumor changed its place to the imme-
diate front of my neck, suppurated and was fol-
lowed by others, till six had formed and broken.
"Finally, three years ago, another large tu-
mor seated itself on the point of my collar bone
and in six months another half way back on the
bone. Both of them soon began to discharge
and continued to do so till about seven months
ago. I tried everything, including prescriptions.
I was often so weak that
I Could Scarcely Walk
and my mind was so confused that I could
scarcely attend to my business (school teach-
ing). I was utterly discouraged. And now my
story draws to a close. I began the use of

Hood's 1aCures
Hood's Sarsaparilla a little less than a year ago,
and took five bottles. When I began I had no
faith in it. In less than three months both the
sores on my shoulder wero healed; I was cured
of a troublesome catarrh; and scrofulops hant't
has steadily grown Ilss apparent. I weigh
more than 1 ever did in my !ie, and am
*In the Boat of Health,
considering my constitution. Do you wonder
that I believe in Hfood's Sarsnparll!a? I can do
no lea:;s th:n reoomrmnd it everywhere and.every
way." GEO. A. ZIKMLE, Mt. Horeb, Tenn.
Hood'a Pials cure liver ills, constipation,
biliousness, jaundice, sick headache, indigestion.
i- i

-Another lot of boots and shoe-
t acive-od at Ruasell's.
-Send a stamp and let .us tell vo+
how to easily earn any premium we offer.
-The subject of the Y. P. S. C. E.
for next Sunday afternoon is "Taming tin-
Tongue." All persons are cordially ii-
-There will be Sunday school in
the Methodist church every Sunday morn-
ing at 10 o'clock." All young people are
-Oscar Sheppard had the misfor-
tune to have his thumb severely hurt-ix
are informed broken, while playing ball
on the school grounds, on Monday last.
-Our correspondents will please
bear in mind that their favors must lie
mailed early enough to reach us not later
than Monday evening: otherwise the'
cannot appear I: the current issue.
-Our Parker and Chipley corres-
pendents are informed that both their fa-
vors reached us so late that it was simply
impossible to get either of them in type
for this issue; but what does not get too
stale will appear next week.
--Some twenty or more persons as-
sembled at the Schellenger home last
Saturday night and participated in the
laudable exercise of taffy pulling. It is
safe to say that the saccharine fluid never
was cooked to greater perfection than uu-
der the skillful supervision of Mrs. S.
-The Pensacola Daily News re-

cords the death on the 9th inst., of Rev
C. H. Newell, at his home in DeFuniak
Fla. As presiding elder of the West Flor-
ida and Alabama M. E. conference, Rev.
Newell has often preached in St. Andrews,
where he was well known and highly es-
teemed by the members of his denomina-
Correspondence of the Buoy.
I thought you might want a few
items, in regard to what is going
on around and near Baxter.
-The Deadrick mill came very near
having a serious accident one day
last week; the saw stopped very sud-
denly while sawing a log, and as Mr.
Deadrick was sawing alone he had to
go down stairs to ascertain the
trouble; the check valve in the cvlin-
der caught fowl, causing some of the
bolts to give way. The mill will be
stopped a few days for repairs.
Everybody is busy preparing to
l1ant their little crois, corn, pota-
toes an d suIga -canro.
OCnr school stopped on account of
not keeping up the average ten.
Ve have church once a month.
Mrs. L. C. Davis and children are
visi ing her mnotier, Mrs. Stone on
the Lakes.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Martin have
just returned home from a visit to
the Lakes.
Ben. Kirwin has just come home
from the swamp, Ihe reports a high
river and lots of rain. VOTER.


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year ,) i ue..-
the symathy of the 4i er in tfr his
great bereavement.
The Queenii (ilOf hion.
Best Ladie-' Fanliii 1ii i.l l'.lished
for the money. N.,r l,,I-..r .,t n, price.
Only 50 cts. a year, :.-I. .1id. Send three
2c stamps by mail for rin pl copy. Be-
sides giving general! Tli-iin and other
news, it contains illn tii r .in.- of the ML-
Call Co.'s latest I'.lis. L:onilon and New
York fashions and !.atlln.-. Address the
QUEEN OF FASHION, iAli,' ':ii.il re. N. Y.


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D E A El i P

Drugs, fmedicines,

Toilet firt es.

'CAREFlrLLb 1 OMP1\LM i).

st A Aiidr

IeA --I., 0--r-
Douglas boesam t at
he has themni
bottomn, put hIm d

W. L. D<,Le

ting, and ^ I-.; r
vertiscd th,.ii ii)' I .
be convinced. The
ina me and price on tl
their value, saves th<
to those who wear th
sale of W. L. Dou-
which helps to incre
of goods. They can
an, we believe you
your footwear of th
Catalonue free up


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ws, F ia.

ued1d JrIue, or cam
nnjne sar.mnpeti ore
Cr ca s a i 'rau d.og r F

%J? 'Lf SL^ t--S'
,h-".s are stylish, easy f.t-
01. :rn at the prices nl-
Tr. Try one pii aud
ig oft L. Dolr.'
bottom, which guaranlets
iands of dollars annuliyl
|. Dealers who puhl t.a
s Shoes gain customer%,
p the sales on their full li:"
iord to sell at a less prcv't,
)save money l'y hyvyi:z -I1
aler advertised helow.
application. Address,
r-ockton,l Masa. Sold by

E & e.,
dt. Andrews, Fla.

1. il tha, 1894.
Notice is herl g ivenm that the foilovw-

ing named settle
intention to manl
i ,t .-i,,. ,, \
, ;, 1,1 t .. ,i .t .i|
HI '.. 17"T.\

r 3w.
She namnr- tl
prove hlr c(,mtii
cultivation .
W. H. Pati:, r.
Dell Perci'h ,I
Editor's 1.., pi

L ,. L l_|F t 1. I i
IN. i ri i
F- I
N ,.tii,-e In,.
ing named .itl i
intention to ni, I
his claim, an i I.
before W.. 1. .
court, at Vol.,
1894, viz::
P. AUGU '- 1 i.
Hd 17631, I ,
tp 4, s, r 1;. .
He nani. .
prove his '.,r .,n
cultivatioii -.:
James P. I-,,
Broxwn, Ma tiin r

WSW^'^ -

ias filed notice of .i'-
inal proof in support of
t a- aid prnf w-ill be
I ..- il i. i I.1. of the
il ,,, .t l'., r' er, F la ,
I' , i i' ,' !. , l ,..,
1 " 4 of
tp 4 s,

i',,| iihg witnesses to
1,i, i, -idence upon and
I 1ri n. viz:
I'ortip J. T. Pitts,
.f '.iat ker, Fla.
I\i~L.c: LYNC Register.

. that the follow-
rtied notice of his
proof in support of
proof will be made
I. erk of the circuit
pi on April 7th,
1'3(, of Parker, Fla.
.2 ;f sw ix of sec. .,

lowing witnesses to
.residenice upon andl
i: tnd. viz:
inil T. Selhmidt, Rehort
,. ill of Paker, Fla.

S f.
'i Mv cH, lReogister.
n.^ar -; -'-^-.-;..u "- --nilF

. lld I,,. ..'l, :- the hair.
,e..-^ Ir,':.,r'.' t icrowth.
r Fsmie to i :-'ore Oray
' ;o s Yuiillo.h.l1 Color.

S, i r,'- n e for Corn- .
r I" N. Y.

Death of a Pronisinent
The Stevens Point, (W
brings the news of the de
jaimin Burr, one of the l,
nent men in that portion
at his home residence,
Point, on the 15th ult
was a relative and near
editor of the BuoY, whole
made his home with the
the city of Rochester,
that city Mr. Burr mov1
Point' where he engage
and accumulated wealth
came to be one of thee
eule men in that whole<
held numerous offices Yr
one time was a member f
consin legislature.
with his fellow men-lih a
station of being uprig at
able and all who kne ilii
friends. He leaves gi
Emmons Burr, his wi rn
Eliza Emmons havi di
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At Recasnahlo Prics.
Parties wishing to reach the Bay will e
mot liv appointment t Chipley, Marian-
na or other points. Address
RT3''T BAKER, St. Anrdews, Fla

e* art

this year, and make up for lost time6
Ferry's Seed Annual for 1894 will
give you many valuable hints
about wht to raise and howto
raise it. It contains informa-
Atin to be had from no other
source. Free to all.
D D,. M. Ferry & Co.

ad d Chea pest
R 09 U T" E
V1 Andsrep.ws Say,
Yip '/ix.?~jatitc Ika and Farmdale.
Stiiie-s irnir St. iLonis, Cl(hicigo (wl
NeIa 1 n r K Eu oil ta ii th AP
a 1: .; ,; ~ !I; ( '.iI!!- 1 Kc,1! x!!bn "n b ci () o
eni- r" e -tIjmiaiatoi exx a-
it'i e i~ ~r j3'd;by urnil 1(It
froe' xcll l!~i t iFam;rl'ri eI:1' li
St. A\2Ilrexs alwv, bt16I Gianlc, tihe
fare 1 ;) l'v ; at la rnil- he Ie -1l:0
East I ;aY il Iio~t liii' :rally Icolirt ill
thle JLv.
@ { NTl) Til kFkI-EA THIS
R 0 U To E
V4TA~'r' SF~"IOJ1~_~~iE I~Z g
Rcuurcei i to 25 pounds er month. No
VISrTiV'. no ji-7 ; enr r, ro 1i .1 rc'.iit,, no nauserrs
drr-. 'frI tmenicc -. .v harmlegi and strictly coug-
d~,nrPa. Qureetion -.3k Irfe. Call or write.
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le state,
r. Burr
id of the
one time
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to Stevens
pidly and
ist known
action. He
ust and at
the Wis-
is dealing
I the rep-
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n were his
brown son,
nerly Miss
s, several

N Notice.
I v iil be at t he if( wi ng ilccs on
thie days and dates mentioned fcr the
purp, e of receiving tax returns for
the year 1894:
Paf!;er, Thursdav, March 15.
St. Andrews, Friday, March 16.
A. I,. GAY, Tax Assessor,
Washington Co., Fla.

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get Hood's Sarsaparilla.

E. O. Long. captain of the Jolly
Tramp, and a winter tourist, left for
his home in Marseilles, La Salle
county, Ill., Saturday.
V. W. Sargent, a former owner of
the Jolly Tramp, left on that boat
via Pensacola for his home in Iowa.
C. M. Thatcher and family, took
passage on the Jolly Tramp, via Pea-
sacola, Saturday for their home in
Chicago, 111.
Mr. Fehrman, of Chicago, a friend
of Geo. Jenks arrived on the Nettle
"~ -i annd ,the two gentlemen will
visit together for so me time. Mr.
F. being a guest at the Hotel Harri-
Dr. E. A. Wilson of Birminghanm,
Ala., son of Mrs. A. Wells, arrived
on the Nettie, Sunday night and will
visit for a few days with his mother
and sister, Miss Marian WYilson.
Geo. H. and Mrs. Little of St.
Louis, Mo. who have been spending
the winter in St. Andrews left for
home via Chipley yesterday morning.

Indigestion, and Stomach disorders, take
All dealers keep it, 81 per bottle. Genuine ha
trade-mark and crossed red lines on wrapper.

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receipt of Cash, Money Order,
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S Equals every way the boots
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S 2.1W,e. We make this boot
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ar'l If amy nore id not satisfied
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Special terms to Dealers.


The Pioneer Catalogue of Vege-
tables and Flowers.
ontains112 pages 8 x 10 1-2 In.,
with descriptions that describe,
not mislead; Illustrations that
Instruct, not exaggerate. r-
The cover is charming in har-
monious blending of water col-
or prints in green and white,
with a gold background, a
dream of beauty. 32 pages of
Novelties printed in 8 different
colors. All the leading novel-
ties and the best of the old va-
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cannot afford to run any risk.
you willreceive FULL MEAS-
URE. It is notnecessarytoad-
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that the harvestpays. Averylit-
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grocer's and doctor's bills. Many
concede Vick's Floral Guide the
handsomest catalogue for 1894. If
Charmer Pea you love a fine garden send, ad-
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first order. $360 Cash Prizes for Potatoes.

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from Chiplev, Vernon, Marianna and oth -
er points with Comfort'and expedition.



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Carries the Largest Stock of

Watches, Clocks, Jewery and Spectacles
Ever Brought to St. Andrews. Also
SILVEWARE. Shell and Aligator Teeth Jewelry a specialty.
Office at Geo. Russell's Store, St. Andrews, Fla.


Equal with the interest of those having claimasagainst the government is
that of INVENTORS, who often lose the benefit of valuable inventions because
of the incompetency or inattention of the attorneys employed to obtain their
patents. Too much care cannot be exercised in employing competent and reli-
able solicitors to procure patents, for the value of a E gatt depends greatly, if
not entirely, upon the care and skill of the attorney.' :
With the view of protecting inventors. from worthless br careless attorneys,
and of seeing that inventions are well protected by, ialid patents, we have
retained counsel expert in patent practice, and therefore are prepared to
Obtain Patents in the United States and all Foreign
Countries, Conduct Interferences, Make Special
Examinations, Prosecute Rejected Cases, Register
Trade-Marks and Copyrights, Render Opinions as
to Scope and Validity of Patents, Proseoute and
Defend Infringement Suits, Etc., Eto.
If you have an invention on hand send a sketch or photograph thereof, to-
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once advised as to the best course to pursue. Models are seldom necessary. If
others are infringing on your rights, or if you're charged with infringement by
others, submit the matter to us for a reliable OPINION before acting on the
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i6rThis Company is managed by a combination of the largest and most influential news-
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against unscrupulous and incompetent Patent Agents, and each paper printing this adver,
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Columbian College.


A Model Training. Institution.
S OT-T DE1 D iN OV- 22, 1893,
Or. the beautiful St Andrews Bay, Washington County,
Though humble in origin, yet in the wake of the Great Discoverei, its
unyielding watchword will ever be-
"Sail on, Sail on, ON ONc!!"
Tourists from the North S..rt, East and West now have offered to
them instruction based upon the most approved and natural methods of
teaching-"The New Education."
Students may enter at any time and choose studies in accord with tleir
natural and acquired ability. A professional course will be arranged for
common school and college teachers.
One of the best features in the location of this school is its freedom from
the evil influences incident to a metropolitan city.
Tuition per term of ten weeks, payable in advance:
Preparatory Studies, $7; Collegiate, $10.
Special Rates for Business, Shorthand, Music and Vocal Culture.
For further information, address
JOSEPHUS 0. LIPES, B. S., President.
St. Andrews Bay, Fla.



We offer for this season's planning a large and complete assortment of

Apples, Pears, Peaches, Plums (both native and Japan), Apricots. Nectar-
ines, Quinces, Cherries, Figs, Japan Persimmons Mulberries, etc.
Pecans, Almonds, English Walnuts and Black Walnuts,
Grape Vines, Strawberry and Raspberry Plants.

Also, a Splendid Collection of the Very Choicest Open Ground

Stock of the Finest Quality and Prices Very Low.
Catalogue mailed free. Address GAINES, COLES & CO.
Peachwood Nurseries, State Line, Miss.
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Thursday, Mar. 15, 1894.

;ugar, I lb Tea, e lb
Granulated .... 614 He No....... 75
Coffee,A ..... 6 Gunpowder.. 80
Lt brown..... 5 Uncol'd Jap.. 50
coffee, Cond milk, V can
Green.. 22%@25 Unsweetn'a.10@15
Browned. .25@30 Sweetened .10@15
Singer snaps... 10 Baking powder
crackers, soda.. 81, Royal........ 50
tobacco, plug 30a60 Campbell. ..15a25
raisins Canned fruit
London layers. .15 Peaches.... 20a25
Valencia.... 122 Tomatoes... .10al5
lice. .......... 7 Apples........ 15
Apples Pears ......... 15
Evaporated.. 12% Plums......... 20
Dried Peaches 8 Apricot........ 25
Joal.Oil prgal 18a20 Strawberries. .. 20
gasoline "......20 Pineapple.... 20
lorida Syrup... 50 Canned Meats
loney........1.00 Roast Beef.. 15a25
Jinegar........ 40 Corned Beef 15a25
cheesee pr b.... 16 Chipped Beef.. 25
butter. ........ 30 Lobster....... 20
Lard ......... 8 Salmon....... 20
Beans.......... 6 Canned Vegetables
Cocoanut pkg... 10 Baked Beans... 20
Fiuit Pnddine... 10 Corn.......... 16
Jelly, glass.. 15a25 Peas........... 15
Lime Juice...... 50 Pumpkin...... 15
Eggs per doz... 15
Flour Pork
0 N .... 2,8" Mess pr lb.. .. 11
Favorite.... 5.75 Bacon Sides..... 9
Zorn Meal prbu 75 Fresh ....... 8al0
)at Meal pr lb... 51f Br'kf'st Bacon.. 12
.,ornper bu........75 Ham canvassed 14
Potatoes Shoulders..... 10
Irish........1.20 Beef
Early R'se seed 1.60 Corned......... 8
Sweet........ 50 Fresh........8al10
Salt, pr sack... 1.00 Dried......... 25
Table ........ 5 Milk pr qt...... 10
Nails, oer tl...4a4 Ax,with handle. 1.00
Manilla ropel23/al5 Hoes, each. ...35a50
Stoves cook,..$8a25 Copper paint, can 50
Pipe, joint.18a20 Linseed oil, gal.. 80
Prints, per yd.. 5a8 Ginghams .... 8al0
Sheetings .... 7al0 Flannel.......25a50
Muslin....... 9all Thread per spool. 5
Jeans. .....25a200 Shoes, ladies.$1a2 75
Extra pants pat 2 25 Men's. .. $1 40a300
Hay pr cwt ... 1.35 Oats pr bu....... 60
Bran.......... 1.40 Brick pr M......8.00
Rope Sisal ...10@14 Lime pr l...... 75
Oranges pr doz.. 35 Pecans pr lb..... 20
Apples......... .25 Walnuts. ........25
Lemons.......... 25 Almonds........ 25
-trawberries, qt 25
in shell prl,000 1.50 Opened pr qt .. 15c
Horses... $80al00 Cows....... $15a$25
Mules... $100a$155 Hogs ............ $4
'xen.. pr yoke $50 Sheep.......... $2
dickens each 15a25 Geese each. 45a50
'Trkeys ... 75al.00 Ducks....... 15a20
Venison pr lb 7al0 Turkeys....... 75al.00
'resh Salt
Mullet pr doz 25c Mullet pr bbl 5.00
Trout........., 25 Trout........ 4.50
Pompano pr lb.. 6 Pompano.... 10,00
Sturgeon...... 10 Mackeral .... 8.00

t----Hea4 m...$16.00 Heart,
Face .. 14.00 Face
Sap ... 12,00 Sap
Drop siding, Cl
Heart face ,m 15.00 1x6 in
Sap 12.00 Finishi
Buff lumber.. 8@12 ber,
Heartshingles, 2.50 Lath,
Sap 1.50 Boat
p A-


. m. ..$16.00
I. m. .$12.00
ing lum-
d. $12@15.00
S m.... 2.00
ssed.... 20a30

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'he only Hotel, especially fitted up
as such in town.

Close to and, in plain view of the Bay

Prices Moderate
And every attnetion paid to comfort
of guests


ALWAYS RELIABLE and perfectly SAFE. The same.
I used by thousands o women all over the United States,
Sthe OLD DOCTOR'S private mail practice, tor 38 year
an 4 "ot a single bad result.
Money returned if not as represented. Send 4 cents
Samps) for sealed particulars.
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WkO MAN r S W]KAR 1CS rcy shtoe-
.iieun at oom.eaddre Dr J.a .A CHn Ils l CO., llct a. I. .

L. T. L. of coffin, digging g ave, etc., $5; be
At the Presbyterian chinrch last allowed and paid.
Sunday evening, the Loyal Tern- Ordered that the account of John
perance Legion gave a most interest- Roche for $12.95Jor focl, wash bill,
ing, and instructive entertainment, and wood for jail, for James Hogan
under the personal supervision and a,,,l Lewis Lindsey now in jail, be
direction of Mrs. Pilsberry. All who allowed.

attended pronounce the entertain-
ment a success and are unanimous in
saying that the young people who
participated acquitted themselves
most creditably and have nothing of
which to be ashmed in their efforts
to discourage the use of intoxicants
and associate vices.
Following is the interesting
Music-'Ring the Temperance Bells."...
..........Loyal Temperance Legion.
Scripture Reading.
Muaic-"Exercise Song."....The Legion.
Address of Welcome....... Martin Post.
Response..........Mrs. M. A. Bradbury.
Song-"We'll Never Touch the Wine."..
.................... The Legion.
Recitation-"My Neighbor's Boy........
........................ Helen Post
Recitation-"A Boy's Determination.". .
................... .. Roy Ecker.
Recitation-"The Wicked, Cruel Spider."
............. ......Raye Pillsbury,
Recitation-"Don't Forget the Boys.". ...
... ................... .Otho Kester.
Solo-"If."............ Prof. J. C. Lipes
Recitation-"A Boy's Speech."..........
..................Columbus Moates.
Recitation-"A Glorious Battle."........
............. . Edna Paterson.
Recitation--"You'll Have to Avoid .,he
Saloon."............Gerfie Rotzien.
Music--'Our Coming Army."..The Legion
Recitation-"The Dream' of the Reveler."
S .......... ......... Nina Ecker.
Recitation-"Throw it Down. .........
................... Maud Hoover.
Music-Duet-"God is Ever Near."......
S .......Prof. Lipes and Mrs. Lackore.
Recitation--"The Little Temperance Girl,"
............. ... Vera Alexander.
Recitation-"His Last Drink.'-..........
.............. Miss Hattie Witherill.
Music-"Onward We are Marching, King
Alcohol to Fight." ...The Legion.

The Best mutual insurance policy
against attacks of sickness is to'be found
in taking Hood's Sarsaparilla. If you are
weak it wiil make you strong.
Hood's Pills are the best after-dinner
pills, assist digestion,cure deadache. Try
a box. 25c.


Of the March Meeting of the
Board of County Commis-
VERNON, FLA., March 5, 1894.
The Board of County Commis-
sioners for Washington County :net
at the court house at 10:30 a. m.
There were present Gen. Win. Miller,
Chairman, S. W. Davis and J. R
Court was regularly opened by the
On motion of S. W. Davis the
minutes of preceding meeting were
read, and approved.
T. M. Ellis having arrived took
his seat with Board.
On motion the bond of Lafayett
Casey, as justice of the peace for
District No 6, of Washington
county, in the snm of $500, John
Wisley and H. F. Wise sureties, be
and the same is hereby approved.
On motion it was ordered that
Mrs. Pitman and Miles Curry be
placed on the pauper roll with an al-
lounce of $4 each to be paid from the
pauper fund.
The citizens of the West Bay set-
tlement petitioned this board for a
separate voting place. It is hereby
ordered that an election district be
established and bounded as follows:
commencing at the base line, where
it crosses road leading from Pine Log
Bridge to Philip's Inlet; thence east
to a line running north crossing West
Bay at Goose Ba3 ou, and back to the
base line in Washington County.
No. of precinct 13, and to be named

West. T av precllct.
Further ordered that precinct No.
14, (formerly, No. 9) known as
Grassy Point, be reestablished bound-
ed as No. 9, with the exception of
all embraced in district, No, 13.
The following is a statement of
the state and county licence issued
by the county judge and tax collec-
tor during the month of February as
No. Name. Occupation State. Co.
51 D.H. Moody. Merchant $3 00 $1 50
52 E.H.Armstrong 2 25 1 13
53 J. E. Caley Real estate 6 57 3 34
54 A. J. Miller Merchant 2 00 1 00
55 May & Tharp 2 00 1 00

Total... .............$15 92$7 97
It is ordered that the account of
C. G. Allen, sheriff, in the sum of
$10 for services as bailiff for Giand
Jury 5 days, at $1, per day $5; and
for services of bailiff for petit jury
5 days, at $1 per day, '$5; at the full
term of court, 1893, be allowed and
It is father ordered that the ac-
count of C. G. Allen, in the sum of
$7, for guarding tle dead body of an
unknown negro, $2, and for making

It was ordered that the account of
G. W. Cook, for $3 for services as
coroner. holding an inquest over the
body of an.unknown negro, on tlhe
18th day ot July 1892, be allowed
and paid, from the pauper fund.
Ordered that the7 account of John
Tiller for $8 as witness in justice
court against road defaulters be al-
By request of T. M. Ellis he was
excused from further attendance at
this meeting of the board.
On motion tihe board took a recess
until tomorrow morning at 8 o'clock.
TUESDAY, March 6, 1894.
The board of county commission-
ers of Washington county, Fla., met
pursuant to recess taken.
Members present, Gen. Wm. Mi.-
ler, chairman, S. W. Davis and Jno.
R. Thompson. .
It was ordere-dthat the bonds of
the following named persons to car-
ry Winchester and other repeating
rifle guns be approved and filed with
the clerk of this board:
Fame. Description. Patent. No. Cal
J McReynolds, Marlin ... ..... 81628 38
J E Nixon.. Winchester, Kings 81250 38
Ordered that the account of Dr
Miles Mountien for $4.50, for two
visits, prescription and medicine to
Phelain Kelly while serving sentence
in the county jail be allowed.
Onmotion it is ordered that the
clerk of the board be empowered to
order stationery for Washington
county, Florida, as follows, to-wit:
On de(d record; one mortgage re-
cord; one record for county mmission-
ers; 2 reams niarginai nulibered legal
cap paper; 1 ream unnumbered legal
cap; 500 official envelopes for county
conlmnissioners; 500 letter heads for
county commissioners; 500 official en-
velopes, plain; 500 small envelopes;
500 letter heads; one-half gal. writ-
ing fluid; one gross Falcon pens.
01 motion, ordered that J. W.
Cravey be paid $200, a part of colm-
miissions for collecting taxes for 1.' i:3
and that warrant do issue therefore on
the county proper fund.
The following accounts were al-
lowed, and warrants ordered issued
at this meeting, to-wit:
For what
No. Name. paid. Fund. Am t.
728 Wealthy Taylor, Pauper, Co.Pro. $2 00
729 F K Carter..... 2 00
730 Jno Barlow.... 4 00
731 A J Mainer.... 2 00
732 Mary Hendix... 4 00
733 G Clemmons... 4 00
734 Jane Daniel. ... 4 00
735 Coot Carlisle... 4 00
736 M J Davis..... 4 00
737 C G Alen...... as sheriff 5 00
738 do ...... "' 5 00


do ...... g u a rding
dead negro
coffin and
dig grave. ."

740 Wm Fox....... pauper "
611 Lucy l'otter.... ".
642 1' Riley aind w ife
743 P Newton for
child of Lou
Rich:irdson... "
744 John Tiller. ...witness in
justice c't
road de-
faulters.. "
745 Aar'n Birdsong (pauper "
746 T MEllis .... Cocom'r. "
747 John Roche .... food pris-
n'rs in jail"
748 G W Cook ....hold'g in-
quest. . .

749 Fariba Suard..


4 00


750 J Stevens....... 4
751 N Nathaniel... ." 4
752 Rebecca Riley.. 4
753 S W Davis. .... Co,com'r 6
754 J W Cravey.... commis'n
for coll'ct
taxes.... 200
755 Miles Mountien medicine
and pre-
scription. 4
756 Jno RThompson Co. com'r 13
757 do r'd sup'vsr 5
758 Gen Wm Miller 2
759 J L Grant. .... marking
out road 1
7ti0 L V tayv...... do .- 1
761 J D Stevens. (1do .1
762 Gen Win Miller r'd su.'v%.r '
7( ( do C'o. coii 'r.. ]:'
763 J Grant.... rcpairi)n
bridge. .. special 2
765 Jno Roche... sheriff' fjr
hoard ... roper .1




The loari adjourned to neet on
the Hist M[ondlay in Mk ay.



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but these claims only call atten-
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Three Ca, I

For Patrons t]
But Rewards I'f S,-1
search, Initelli lnt
and Biushines I ,tei
On the First day Ja
the BUOY opened p,
subscription books, vh
recorded thle inae a a
ery person" who pays su
advance Ioi the BU Y,
name anl ad.ldress ol' er
buys anid ays for at I'
paper during the e y
From the among
cents will be set a-.ii'i
dollar of subseri itiiou nd
of the five' r 'aeiah lt I
And the IIsums thus IcW
on the firti. day (,f .1 1
presented to pIat r:Lns t
the following rlannei
To the person who
the greatest number
the letters contained
St. Andrews B1
will be given seven-t
accumulated from n
to the person mak,
guess as' the n

linquent' tax list o,1
county for the year 18
by the Clerk of Court
will be given the re
tenths of the sum ace
subscriptions. And
who buys and pays t
number of sample copi
at five cents each, dui
year will begiven th1
lated from this source.
This competition wi
perfectly fair and sq
been purposely so arr
BUOY could not be
was that way inclined
ing disgrace upon itse
fairness will be tolera
The rules of the uo
No letter can be uiiel
occurs in the seiN-te I
word, no word iImtn-u I
so'poorly written a, mi,

MnA V in :U
Iiolairly te-
.nuary, 1894,
a new set of
rein will be
Idldess of ev-
ibscriptiou in
and also the
y per.nIo who
Ie eipy of the
so paid, ten
"onl each one
I 'llne CLnt out
Ile copy sold.
unulalted will
ary. 1895 be
he BUOY in

all construct
f words from
the sentence,
is of the sum
riptions, and
the closest
Ttrre e-
4, as certified
of the county
dining three-
mulated from
Sthe person
the greatest
of the BUOY
ig the entire
sum accumu-

be conducted
are. and has
Iged that the
dishonest if it
without bring-
and no un-
'd among the

r contest are:
itenere than it
:; no foreign
ly spelled or
.t. be reada-

ble by the committee wil 1. counted.
The conditions g.,v.cr i the com-
petition are that each w. list and
guess, or either, niut b' made ont
with and attached i e0 Coupon
herewith printed an.d lft with five
cents for the 'purcihad Uone sample
Coupon copy.
How to enter--Get of paper;
write your name and pi,, 'e address

in the blank prepared
\\ it, y ,iir ie.--.l Il th.e
that liII l,:..se and followN
of' w il-. A ny l -,1111
mianN time., ,Ir ,make aN
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one knows.
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Ppats two passeo"!'-"; wheels, 4 feet; il ten-
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ar t:.el ; xlo. \Vi';iit. 150 ibs.; shipping
weight. 175 lb3.
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eiti.-r town or cr~ntry, and will give perfect
sarit'action. V' oifcr this FREE, railroad
Ireight paid, for co iew paid-up yearly sub-
scriptlons; or for ;U now 1raid-up yearly sub-
scripltionsa dL $13.1,) in cash; or it will be sold
to a subscriber l r '19.00 cash, railroad freight


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Also, for Soldiers and Sailors disabled in the line of
duty In the regular Army or Navy since the war.
Survivors of the Indian wars of 1832 to 1842, and
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the Place for Passengers
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Borticultural aii d ImDrovo lillt



The object of this Association is to Improve tho Country adjacent to St.
Andrews Bay and to
Develop its Resources as a Fruit-Growing Country.
To accomplish 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 Vines,
To the end that in the shortest practicable time every such tract shall be a
--'venue to its Owner.
The first question which will naturally be asked will be: "Is this Asso-
ciation reliable"? And the answer to it is: Any person employing the Association
to make improvements may deposit an approximate payment of the estimated cost of
the same with any responsible business rian or firm doing business on the Bay or in
,ankr 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.
The Association will not only improve and plant, but watch and care for
all property entrusted to its keeping, guarding against forest fires, dishonest pilferers
or damages from any cause possible to be prevented.
From a careful estimate of the probable expense and income of a fruit
plantation in the St. Andrews Bay country a few figures are given:
Price of lana per acre, say $25 to $50; cost of clearing, say 1-:', 'ost of planting 1st
year, say $30; cost of cultivation chch year thereafter, $20
-It is not extravagant to estimate that a 1-acre vineyard will on the third
year, if properly cultivated, yield $200 worth of fruit, and of peaches nearly or quite
the same, while figs should do even better than that. Then, though perhaps a little
longer, some of them, in coming into profitable bearing may be named pears, apricots,
nectarines, plums, prunes, mulberries, olives, Japan persimmons almonds English
walnuts, Japai, chestnuts, pecans, and many other varieties of fruits and nuts. which
are almost certain to flourish here; while oranges and citrus fruits, though not con-
sidered certain yield large returns oftener than they miss.
The Secretary of the Assodiation will give particular attention to an-
swering letters of inquiry, and the Buoy will in its answers to correspondents an-
swer all questions asked it.
R E M E B E R the Association Lands will be sold on Easy
Terms of Payment; but improvements must be paid for as satisfactory proof is given
that the work has been performed. CORRE SPONDENCE SOLICITED.
Address R. E. HOWARD, Sec.
Harrison, Fla.


KELLAM & MOORE'S Celebrated Perfected Crystal Lens

end to us and we will fit you. These glasses will not tire, but rest the eyes.
S- ... -ll ewe1
*S] : o r* ,d =,E-C-T .- Ladies' rA_-

The regular price ofth glasses s per pair One pair willbe given ee
or pai up yearly ubscripion and will fit yonr ey O r either eyeglasses
or spectacles will be furnished to suibscribers for *$1.90. Cut the smallest line or

sentence you can read haily with the naked eye at 14 to 16 ich fro the ee and
end to us: and we will fit you. These glasses will not tire, but rest the eyes.

t% The D ueber and Hampde Watches offered

r l h'- t \below are standard goods, and give thie utmost
I d atisfactlon and comfort to the ar owners. W
have therefore no hesitation, but take pride in

being able to offer suol highin lassgoodstoour
hanayother i an all Given away to Our Readerreaders.

equ These Watches willeal n appearance and
The Dueber and Hampden Watches offered

wear a wells andard goods,50. atch in the market
s tisaction and comfort to their owners. e

ed by cer- improve-
-- ? tificate. It ments.
ave thereforeive this Watch FRE, but take pride in

dlverd to ing able, rto offer such high cla-'p ase, stem goodsitheropour
yearly subscriptions; or for 14 new mari-uip w i ending face or
early subscritionsad in ca adde ad s and readrsntin
These WTratches will eaual In appearance and

or it will bewear as well as any $0.0for $. a tich in thae market-
._I. Is warrant- all other

h, delivered t any ss in all ca e o- chaser vcan
S- t enlate.nd It choose.
; has a 10- Our Due-
karat solid bar watch
"Wa will give this Watch FREE g old filled is made in
dblivered to uivN -adurv '(r or 35 new I ;I-'lp case, stem eitheropon
yearly subscripbt(ios; or r 14 new l,!-up winding face or
yearly subscriptionL aud $7T.t) in cash aiddocl; and set- hunting
or it will be sold to a subscriber for $13.oJ to tin, 7 Jow- case; pur-
ment and choo",a

Under the head of Ladies' Watcies we h.sve
Two S:endiM.. Cifirs
The most fastliri s- s i, ;. lnc'dl with
the bieautiul W ai.t<:u:s d t o:i.',, : ; 'v.
THis LX;OE" Cii:T:.'-,: ?
Is a, celelvted a, -'" yea'. h e
lampden f"'''. xo'-n ent. ij
movement In 1f,," ,'ld n ickel,
1il-karat go!d ;''' J 7 j'el -,
filled case and '. .n vin.l
warranted lo '. nd ai im-
wear for 20 "e- : i.u m.

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Thix \VaRtcl( i .'!4l tu .> :. 0.t watch on
the i:;arkut.
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dellv, cc i, ;:!y ai r .. h,-. i; :. i,. : i,;a'- p
yearly sulb-crip)iions; or '; iew paixd-")
year.-y subl-cri"', iio s a;i d ".,! i, i -1 ;add'ld'"
* Or It will be i,)ld to a sub:. r;: r ft.r If1' .}ca',:T


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This Set Is a new design in Triple Plate, Salt
md S po Gold Linod. ConimTto in satin
Uled iuae Mk.ea a beautiful i.;. c-cnt.
We will give this Set FREE,
delivered to any addric-ss, for 1 new paid-up
yearly subscriptions; or will sell it to a
subscriber, delivery prepaid, for $1.50.
If you are inclined to carn any of the
premiums we offer, write, wih I stamp for
reply, for "pointers," whiclf will make
your canvass a comparatively easy one,

We will send this Watch FREE,
charges prepaid, to any one sounding 44 new
prepaid yearly subscriptions to this paper; or
for 15 new prepaid yearly subscriptions and
$8.00 in cash added; or a subscriber can buy it,
delivered to his address, tor $12.50 cash.
The cases are all beautifully engraved.
has solid 10- chaser's op-
karat gold ton; stem
filled case, in and
with 9-jew- fset and all
eled Hamp- latest im-
den move- provements.
meant; case Warranted
either open to wear for
faceor hunt- years.
ing, at pur-

We will give this BD"E for 48 new
Watch, delivered F tE paid-upyear.
ly aul.tit.;iii'oll, r or r 15 new aid-up yearly
subscriipuioibs and C-9.00h i.n cash added; or we
will sell it to a subscribe r fo $1.00 cash, de-
livery paid.
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See Other Premiums on 3d Pagre




This SEWING MACHINE is undoubtedly
the equal of any $50.00 machine on the mar-
ket. It is offered fully guaranteed ex-
actly as represented, and with the assurance
that it will more than equal the expectations
of all who receive one.

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This Sewing Machine has a tight and loowe
wheel, self threading shuttle, automatic bobbin
winder, side drawers, center drawer and drop
leaf. The woodwork is of the finest finish, in
antique oak or walnut, as desired.
The needle is straight and self setting and of
great strength. The pressure on the sewing
foot is adjustable; when the foot is raised the
tension on the thread is released, and the work
can be removed without bending or breaking
the needle.
Arm one inch higher thanLow Arm Machine,
Self-setting Needle. Self-threading Shuttle.
Automatic Bobbin Winder. Automatic Ten-
sion Release. Bed-plate Countersunk in
Table, etc.
We claim for this machine all the good points
found in other machines. All old, wornout
ideas have been discarded, and it has been so
improved and simplified that today it stands
at the head of the list of high grade machines.
The cut above shows how the machine looks.
It is in thousands of homes throughout the
United States.
Our Machine Is specially adapted to the
wants of
S nd
Our instruction book is profusely 11tistraxate
showing how to do all kinds of fancy work wii
our attachments.
Each machine is furnished with the follow-
ing full sot of best steel attachments in a plush
lined case: Six bobbins, 12 needles, oil can
(filled), wrench, guide and guide screw, foot
hemmer, feller, ruffler, tucker, binder, set of 4
hemmers and instruction book.

We not only lay olaim to the BfiST
SBWING MACHINE in the world, but
substantiate our claim by giving a
guarantee with each Sewing-Machine,
agreeing to duplicate any part that
proves defective in FIVE YEARS, free
of charge (Shuttles and Needles ex-
cepted), thereby proving conclusively
our confidence in our own Sewing


and Full Set of Attachments complete, freight
paid to any railroad depot east of the Rocky
Mountains, to any one sending us 60 new paid-
up yearly subscriptions to this paper; or for 20
new paid-up yearly subscriptions and $13.00 in
cash added; or we will sell it complete to a
subscriber for $19.00 in cash, which is less than
half its retail price-railroad freight paid
Sewing Machine Agents sell this Machine
for $55.00 and $65.00,

We add in conclusion a few testimonials to
the manufacturers from parties who have
bought the Premium High Arm Sewing Ma-
Mn. H. T. PARISH of Coody's Bluff, Ind. T.,
writes: "We are using one of your High Armr
Sewing Machines, and have been for over three
years, and are pleased to say it is everything
you recommend it to be. We received the ma-
chine in June, 1888."
MR. BURTON JACKSON of Bluford, Ill., writes
under date of September, 1891: "I have received
the High Arm Sewing Machine and am well
pleased. For beauty, strength and simplicity
of work it is 'rxcsce'L. d.". '
MR. H. H. UTTERBACK of FloridDa, o..
writes: "We bought a High Arm Seuing Ma-
chine from you In March, 1889, and are well
pleased with it in every respect."



Regular Track, 4 feet 8 inches.
Furnished complete with the following;
TOP-Full rubber, 3-bows, full lined.
TRIMM!INGS-Green cloth, with wing biscuit
SIDE CURTAINS-Rubber, with green back.
PIANO BODY-25 x 50 inches.
SPRINGS-Tempered and warranted.
AXLES fifteen-sixteenths, steel, fan-tail and
WHEELS-Sarven's patent, with % tire.
PAINTING-Body, black; gearing, Brewster
green, striped with fine single line.
SHAFTS-Well iron, leathered and tipped.
Furnished with Boot, Toe-pads, Carpet and
We will give this Buggy, freight paid to
nearest railroad depot, tc any one sending
us 40 new paid-up yearly subscriptions and
$38.00 in cash; or for 30 new pai5g-up yearly sub-
scriptions.and $45.00 in cash; or we will sell it
outright to a ubscriber. only for $59.00
cash, railroad freight paid.
This Buggy will easily retail for 3100 and will
give perfect satisfaction.

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is to be fimn ii ii\ the BuoY, making a
date for 1imi to n-eet you at Marianna,
Cottondale, or a~ y convenient station
on the P. & A.; or, coming from the
north to Montg niery, Ala., to Bain-
bridge, Ga., over the Ala. Midland
railroad, thln.ce to Wewahitchka by
steamboat or a'4chl'll'er route is to
come from M116itg',in,.ry to Enfala,
Ala, over the .I. a&- E. railroad and
by sieamer to Wewahichka, where
a hack can be ifouind o convey you
sixteen miles 0o Wetappo, or you
may take pa.-4,e with the mail car-
rier at 'Wewalitchka for Farmdale,
at quite reasn,iul'l]e rates; here con-
nection mnay Le male with the East
Bay mnial sailoath, making daily
trips upl arid dluwn the Bay; and
the passage fioru the head of the
Bay to 'st. Andrews will be made
in a few hi'ur. affording a delightful
ride over one i the finest bodies of
water in tbe w'vrll at small cost; this
route' may-.,311 I.e taken advantage of
by taking tPe P. & A. to River Junc-
tion, thence t'.o, Clrl',n, Wewahitchka
and WVetain' If the Wewahitchlka
route Lc taken, dates may be fixed
ahead .\\x artli's there for hack
to be in I elss at any time.

Or yon are n u real od Forno.
It will ure yo cleanse your liver, and giv
good appetie.

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1, -irx 7, ts
Bu-.v fin.h
than a 1fw
each weok;
SylOp.-iLs U
Ino-t of thi
pat roni. T
ea-h pii:el
paid up I

iiliiueroin I' nW ad\ler-
orirfg in up,,n u1 th,,
ilpi.,i ibLlet- to print more
it" hino premium offers
it Lbelow will begfound a
ie terms upon which the
n ill be furnished to our
Siiini.er oflsibscrilers for
in is iiinriably for yearly
l su ul..-criber at $1 per

year. IThie iures-) to le right o-f each
parag;.rihlire the I'l iC:.- at which the
article's \i i .e firni-hed to subscrib-
ers of the .',\ for cash:
For 1 -ii..s; i,-r. 2 paper bound; 1 cloth
bound :i. Paper, 8c; cloth, 20c.
Fo.1 5 a. L ul .c'ril -. we will give as
a preiniIu I, SI-.:tiiAIl Map of the Bay
count;), in .M .ip i of ite City of St. An-
drew-'. IEt r t nii. -old -ilngly- $1.
For 16 i e I ,l te !r,-, I U. S. Cook Stove
Dryer. $5,
4 .l,1.c-il I, 1 individual salt and pepper
sect. $1.50.
6 -ul'-'. i i I., 1 pair perfected crystal
1.-i i ... a9 l I or eyeglasses+ $1.90,

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with \

t hi

the i

thev '., I
svle 1. i

25 Yes
ties of R
tree. Ca
822 Pine

-x-,. I improved high arm pre
;,ir Machine; freight prepaid
".t east of the Rocky Monnt-
$1 9.
rA anid $38 in cash, 1 No. 1
ight on all vehicles prepaid.
)-Ui aiid $25, 1 Hoosier wagon.
ii'nii, 1 villa phaeton cartt
..-. I ball. boating road cart.
; $15.
:a rs, 1 i,,i"i iln breech-load-
,1.i ;,. IF-., 1 ; i u -ton revolver
i. s, I t N.,tional -.'a i r
S$ .50
,iti. 1 !'il.umi bus souvenir
[-i.,li;,.-, I ge.l's Deuber gold-
i,. h. $12.50.
,t,, 1 '.- gold-filled, No.
,i., I l.die,:' Champion gold-
i, . $17.50.
i:s, lady's ) ueber gold-filled
Ie i very generous offers, it
I,.. inferred that the BuoY is
1-n in the mercantile trade;
i.ii.ply made arrangements
on-4ive establish: ments by
.::;n furnish to its patrons
es named, whicl are first-
,- particular, and give
benefit of greatly reduced
Iliout expense to the patron.
it ;ecp the articles on Land;
-; i iy v ,i dered from the
e in ililimen gt t t whole-
s, or lesN..

pevrpiTence in treating all vari-
uro enables us to guarantee a
r. Question Blank and Bool,
r writo.
eet. ST. LOUIS, MO;

IHowvto Reach S
'The sea iy reasonable to supQ
many people are loo1
Andrews as a place
and a few words
over which the pla
will be found ser
wishing to visit io
made the trip. Of'
there is little if an'
matter of expen
Pensacola the co
Jessie P. and NeO
trips, every possir
eii t., tlie C 'Ilj irt [t
with f'avorablo w d%
Perisacola is Tnad n
eighteen hourr; o t:
railroad at Penla a
you may strike' f

distance from h e
overland with a rv
mile-; tlhe trip i' a
and tlie prices c 'ged
olIle ac. circu anc
q- ,

General New.i)apl)er and I'eriodical
.A. -r E T 0 Y- .
Authorized Agent for the following Publi-
San Francisco Examiner: Per Year
Daily and Sunday ........... .. $ 00
Daily ......................... 6; 00
Sunday-- ....................... 2 00
Weekly........................ 1 50
New York Herald:
Daily and Sunday............. $10 00
Daily without Sunday.. ...... 8 00
Sunday ........................ 2 00
Any day except Sunday........ 1 50
Weekly ....................... 1 00
New York World:
Daliv and Sunday .............. $8 50
D aily .......................... 6( 00
Sunday .......... ............. 2 50
Senmi-weekl. .. . ....... .. '2 "0
Weekly..... .... .. ............ 1 00
Now York Sun:
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Daily. ......................... i 00
Sunday y. ......... .............. 2 00
Evening g Suni .................. 6 (i 0
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St. Louis Republic:
Daily and Sunday. ............ $ 00
Any three days................ 4 00
Twice a week .................. 1 00
Any single day ............... 1 50
Fractions of a year at very rate.
Chicago Times:
Daily and~ unday (city edition).. ,$8 00
Daily .......................... 6 00
Daily (country edition) ......... 4 00
Sunday. ....................... .2 00
Saturday . ................ 1 50
W weekly .. . ...... .. .... .... 1 00
Indianapolis Sentinel:
Daily and Sunday ............. $8 00
Daily except Sunday............ 6 (00
Weekly.... .................. 1 00
Philadelphia Times:
Daily and Sundavy.............. $5 00
I)aily except Sunday. ........... 3 00
W eekly........................ 50
C'hicago Herald:
i)Dail except Sunday............ $(i 00O
iSun anyV .... ......-. i .. .. .. 00
'-ial I-rday ... . ...- . .... .. 1 50
Pail .! p'arts of yu1 r per l u t h)II,
Ci;ncinnati Enquirer:
Daily and Sunday ............. $14 00
Daily except Sunday ........... 19 (10
W weekly ..................... 1 00
Louis ille Courier-Journal:
Daily and Sunday............. 8 00
Daily except Sunday........... 6 00
Sunday edition ................ 00
W weekly ........................ 1 00
Century Magazine, monthly....... 4 (10
St. Nicholas, monthly, for the young
people ........ .............. .. 3 00
Brooklyn Citizen:
Daily and Sunday...............$ 7 00
Daily except Sunday ........... 6 00
Sunday edition only. .......... 1 50
Florida Citizen:
Daily edition one year........... $8 00
Six m onmiths .................. .. 4 00
Three months. ............... 2 00
One month ..................... 67
Weekly edition edition per year. 1 00
Provide ce Journal:
D aily only.. .................... G ( 00
SunI la.y.. ........... ..... . 2 00
Manufacturers' Journal, Mondays
and Thursdays-................ 2 00
Rhode Island Country Journal Fri-
days only ................. 1 00
Evening Journal ................ 6 00
Subscriptions Solicited,

A 3 r R a p A package of our trea-
5" i. l II mn ent fzr weakness and
.'" decay, nervous debility
S_' -c c nd lost viality ent Ireo for 12 cent
BR. W1.?4 SSTUT TE, 120F,9tiht.ST.LOUIS,IO.

on us when it
that a good
g towards St.
winter resort,
ut the routes
ay be reached
able to those
ho have never
e various routes
difference in the
Comifig via
ble schooners
make regular
attention is giv-
lpassengers, aud
s tlie trip from
from twelve to
ake the P. & A.
or wherever else
or Chipley; the
to St. Andrews
good road, is 52
de in one day,
1 will be as reas-
e- will warrant;
h, Rj Baker
e alvIel tl.. -

romt answer and an honest opinion, write to
tMU N d CO. who have had nearly fifty years'
experience in the patent business. Communioa.
tions strictly confidential. A Handbook of In-
formation concerning Patents and how to oh.
tain them sent free. Also a catalogue of mechan-
Ical and scientific books sent free.
Patents taken through Munn 0 Co. tSeeive
special notice in the Scientific American, and
thus are brought widely before the public with
out cost to the inventor. This splendid paper.
issued weekly, elegantly illustrated, has by farther
largest circulation of any scientific work in the
world. $3 a year. Sample copes sent free.
Building Edition, monthly. 2.50 a year. Single
copies, 5 cents. Every number contains beau.
tiful plates, in colors, and photographs of new
houses, with plans, enabling builders to show the
latest designs and secure contracts. Address


Of the City of St. Anres,
Gotten up with great. care by the
publisher, who has spared no pains
to prepare for the public a map of
St. Andrews as it really is. It shows
a bout
Fxtending eastward from Dyer's
Point, taking in the Old Town site of
St. Andrews, and gives location of
public business places, private resi-
dlences, docks, etc., also every lot in
each block and t- Lu j..iining addi-
tion to the Cincinnati Company's
land, with a full description of the
The Map will show owners of lots
in the city just where they -are lo-
cated, and is of value to those think-
ing of buying property.
Size of Map 30x50 Inches.
'The BUOY will send this map to any
address on the receipt of
Or giver as a premium for 5 yearly
cash subscriptions.


Of St. Andrews
and the
Bay Country.

We have made arrangements by
which we can furnish this fine MAP
covering about eighteen miles square
of territory, including the Cincinnati
Company':; Tract, aliso Harrison,
Parker, Cromanalton, and adjacent
country, for
Or given for 5 cash yearly subscriptions.
By the aid of this map the location of
lands purchased of the (incinnati
Company can be easily ascertained,
or, parties may send us $1 and their
description and we will locate their
lots and return the Map by mail.
Address THE I XUOY,
St. Andrews, Fla.

Secure une or More Good Residence or Business

Or a Five-Acre Fruit Tract



Being a PRACTICAL SURVEYOR, I am prepared to furnish

On the Shortest Possible Notice.
Will be Given Prompt Personal Attention.
W. H. Parker,
Real Estate Deaser.
PariKer, Fa.






Their Aivantage to Get Prices Before Orefring Elaseiere.
LEE WILLETT, Proprietor.



Pittsburp', FLA.


I wish to inform the citizens of Washington and Calhoun counties that
I have opened up a large and varied stock of -

In the Store at Pittsburg, formerly occupied by N. W. PITTS & SON,
which I propose to sell at the LOWEST LIVING MARGIN OF PROFIT.
Recognizing the truth of P. T. Barnum'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 purchasil
your Dry Goods, Groceries, Provisions, or Boat or Farm Supplies.
My expenses are very light; my buildings were all built with aviev to
convenience, comfort and the economical handling of an extensive

G8noraloerhanlldiso and FISH BUSINESS,
I have no profit-consuming rents to pay, and I propose to give my patron
the full benefit of all these advantages over my less fortunate competitors.

Heailuarters on East Bay for Schooncr Nettle.
Fine Water-Front and Other Lands for Sale!
Title only one remove from the United States Government and of course,
Pittsburg, Fla.

The German Carp a Robber. FOUND!
Fishing Gazette.
A valued correspondent of the IN ST. ANDREWS,
Gazette-whose name we are not at Men who wear
liberty to publish-sends the fol-
lowing from Germany, under date of SHIRTS
January 27, 1894: Of all kinds and styles; you can
On page 11 of your valuable paper
of .January 11, I found a few lines Have them MADE by measure,
about the fish decrease in Lake Erie,
and will say a few words about it. Laundried in the best style,
From Ciicago I went to Sandusky and Warranted TO give satisfaction.
and saw there a fihermaniii coming in
with is8 catch; lhi had several hun- Whei> you ORDER ,ememni.er
d ored\ pounds of German ca -p and i
very few other fish. V. D. CREE EN E
The German carp is the worst rob- is the manufacturer.
be, on the spawn of other fishes and
its own during the summer and fall, N. nsh's Belts &Apt afneeS .
therefore we have no fishes in lakes Ai ,,el t "
contain carp in great numbers. Belts, SuspenldrbOle, _p-
The government (U. S. Fish Coin- a p s a r sA do
mission made a great mistake in _,mS Drawer, Ofl CMpMi0
stocking the lakes with German carp. C res B -heumatism, aiver -n Kidal
You can eay "Good-bye to our complaints, Dys^pepslb Errors of Yoate
fine native fishes, such as white fish oes, and all Troubles n Male or lem ri
and all others" Question Blank and Book free. CIU o0
"In Germany we may put white- Volta.Medica Appliance Co.,
fih in lakes containing carp because 2aPIne Street, T. L.oUIS, MO,

our fall sets in earlier than it does Tlhe Old R eliable
around the great lakes. In our l
country the carp is sleeping its witn-
ter sleep in October and November, Psta bsh e years. atsI. or e
but in the U ited States that fish is married or single, In cases o exao
abuses, esmesses orImpr-oprieties. +s.i.t
moving around and lives on the -vARATED. Boar and a olte
furnished vwhien desired. Qa oi
whitefish (during the spawing season dan d ;.a' el oro Wrte.
of that fish ) OR.DODD ao.f lEO
The Americans don't know much OLIC IN HORSES.
about the carp, but tliy will soon G OUARANTEED.
find out that I am right. On the moiCand.b~ t y hoediful
great lakes (Lake Erie) they think f urei toteue .Prie 0.
that it is too much fishing e nti lrS 1 bitotleBp. e bi t.a
out Boo wek rs montailed fine.
that causes the fish decrease; but Ij'bleI Meeperst mned. 11.
they are mistaken. It is the German ____.. .
carp living on the eggs of other fish- WANTED.
es. AWith the carp you will have BrmAaNmLA T.pioydorgmatd
just the same trouble as you have 915 ao E can a..hias iora tlew. .VS
with the English sparrow. A.. IaIW IAIR CO., C.2 Il E P i ST. lJI. I.

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