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: November 4, 1896
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Saint Andrews (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Washington County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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: VID00023
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Firsl, Last, and all the



Washigjton Coutfy

West Florida
Against the World,



)6. NO. 32.


SCnIaloi- Hon. Sam'I Pasco, Monticello,
flon Ailkinson Call, Jacksonviile.
Representativezs-lst Dietriet, S.M. Spark-
man, Tanmpa: 2d District, C. M.
Cooper, Jacksoiinvilie.
1,tlid UOtfflc-Hegister, J. M. Barco; Re-
Receiver-N D Wain"ri. ailnesvilleg
iovern c-He ry L. Mitt Attortnry
Genet Win. 1B. Laniai ,-.,cretary oft
St1at4 J. L. -'ran ord; Conitptrollr, W.
D. B iham; Commissioner of Agricul-
ture, L. t. Wombwell; Si.perintepdeint
of Public Iistru'tion, W. N. Shears:
Treasurer, C. B. C Ilins; Justice of Su-
preme Court, R. F. Taylor, Tallahassee.
*jlfgldnson Call, Jaeksuoi.-

Twentv-fifth District-Alonzo \W. Week.,
' Representative, J. R. Wells, Chipley,
County Judge, D. D. 3Melvin, Vernon;
Clerk of 'Court, Couiiity Clerk, lRecorder
of Deeds, W. B. Lassitter, Vernon;
Sheriff. C. G. Allen, Chipley;Treasurer,
R. C. Horne, Chipley; Tax Collector, 4.
Q. Jones, Vernon; Tax Assessor, A.
J.Gay, Grassy Point; Superintendent
of Public Instruction, W. L. Lockey;
Clipley; Surveyor, Thos. Collins, Chip-

justice of the Peace, C. H.- Crippen
Notary Public, Deputy Circuit Cou".
Clerk, W. A. Emmons: School Super-
visor, R. F. Brackin; Post Master,DIr.'
W. G 3lio.-hell.
Postmistress, Mrs. M. B. Jenks.
'ostmistress, Annie R. Parker; Notary
Public, W. H. Parker.
'ostuimater, N. W. Pitts.
Postmiaster, S. W. Anderson.
Postmaster, Mrs.- R. Gay.
Postmaster, Martin Post.
'.otaries, E. Mosher, Frank Hoskins,
Pustmiasler, W. M. Croman; Coun
tv Commissioner, H. '51. Spicer
deputy Clerk of Courts, S. T. Walkley


Metlhydist-Church cor. Washington are
and Chestnut st-lt,v. J. I1. Miller.
.paslor. Prearching at I1 a. m. and 7:30
- in. every altereniee Sundaiy.
Y. P. S. C. E.-l'rayer meeting at the

PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY Mr. Robertson's Late Candidlaey
One Dollar a Year In Advance. PT. WAsmAHIJTON, Oct. 24, 1896.
ED., uoY-Sn-Thie followingg ed-
WILLIAM A, EMMONS itrial paragra ph appeared in the
Propriet or. Chipley Banner of the 17t i o0l Oct.:
Diplhir ad rqte, i5ec per inch per monull "The most gallant fight of this ooun-
Position and extraord'nary condition ty was that of S. M. Robertson. He
rates suhiect to sicecial agreement. had republicans, populists, gold bugs
and the influence (t the chairman of
Oh, Deep Green Woods. the democratic executive committee
Written for the Buoy. against, him, yet he won by 42 ma-
0, deep green woods, I love your jority."
tangled mazes, -.._- In order that our citizens may tun-
Your cool and shady paths and wind- deistand the honor and gallantry of
ing ways, ti1 fight, andi cause of the ,ppo)i-
Where spring comes joyful with her tion of tLe chaiuina of the executive
richest treasures, ..
To bloom and brighten through the cominittee and manytl

O lO,V r mingled music dti honorable geutlenma ical
Of wind and wave, song of bird and career since his advent to. Florida.
bee; He became president of the Wash-
Where tall trees spread their wide and ington County Farmers' Alliance.
winsome arches,
And zephyrs sing a low soft min- This organization, openly opposed to
strelsy. the democratic party, while protest-
Where in dim distances and unseen ing democracy, became a. machine to
shadows override the o ganizat:on it professed
The quail's clear call and dove's sweet to he a part of. Behind its closed
note is heard, doors a scheme was c6neocted and
With hint of deep poor's and rippling delegates selected to fill the county
!Kissed by the sunlight, and by light democratic convention. On calling
winds stirred. this convention to order the chair-
-th, with what keen delight I love to man of the executive committee
listen looked in vain for the old familiar
To the glad, glad music of the flowing faces that used to greet him and saw
stream!y enraptured soul like only armers' alliance. This crowd.
It sounds to m enraptured soul like wasled by the Hon.S.M.R-.bertson,L.

Of lost voices of loved ones heard in L. Charles in the chair, Weeks prin-
dreams. cipal speaker, and a host of others
Through all the forests of the world's who had never affiliated with the
wide regions, democratic party but to betlay it,
There,yet resounds sweet melodies of the men whom we have been fighting
song- in this campaign. The resolutions
Low hymns of praise and anthems passed placed them outside of the
proudly swelling, passed placed
Borne by the magic of the winds party whose name they usurped. A
along, resolution was passed that any man
Oh, solemn woods!l I lave thy very sad- holding a place under a railroad was
ness; ineligible for office. When Col. W.
Thy tears of dew, thy trailing robes D. Chipley was assailed by W. A.
of woe; Weeks in a most violent and abusive
Dreams and blest memories, and hearts anner, he chairman of the execu-
long sunder'd,
Troop phantom-like from out the long live committee who:ose to repl) was
ago. howled down and ruled out of order
Ob, wild, dark woods! I love your awful It was that. budy which nominate'l

Voon at 3:30 o'clock. All are ii\ited. splendor;
'Baptist-Church, corner of Wyoming 'Mid shreak of blast and tempests
aven t. and Cinicinna i street. Church sullen war; T
-.tonferer -. : tiurday Ilefore first Sunday The majesty of wreck, the tones of
at 4 p. m. Sunday school every Sunday at thunder
shyterian-Church corner Loraine That break in fitful shocks on sea and
avenue and Drake street. shore.
Jatholic---Church corner Wyoming ave- Far from thy thirst for fame and wild
itie and Foster street. .
Ma o 11 --- ambitions,
H .. E HE MAILS. With those I love q' ;e by my dream-
The northern wnall, via Anderson, Gay, ing side;
BaIyhead and Chipley departs every day Thy glades my halls, thy nookp my
except Sunday atA. 3:00 o'clock; a.m.; empire;
arrives every day except Sunaay at Oh, deep green woods, how blest with
740 .p..m. n. thee to bidel -E. A. E.
East Bay mail for Hatrison, Cromanton,~
Parker. Farridale and Wetappo, leaves
St. Andrews going east every morning IT is a satisfaction to the Boor to
-at 7 o'clock and arrives, coming west to see that the big daily papers of the
every afternoon at 6 c'elock.
north have found out that there is

Parker Lodge No. 142, such a place as St. Andrews Bay.
S.A .' A. They copy from our paper up there;
Regular communications on Satur- we have been reading their words,
day, on or before each full moon. and it gives us pleasure to tell you
Visiting Brothers Fraternally that they are verve friendly to us
Invited. down here in Florida. It in a mis-
W. H.. PARKER W. M. take to suppose that those people are
..BOUTELLE, Secretary.
against us; on the contrary, they are


W. A. EMMONS, How to Restore Drowning Per-
Deputy Circuit, Court Clerk and No- son's.
tary Public for the State at Large; has Homopathic News.
jurisdiction to administer oaths, take Everybody may be called upon at
afficavits, legalize ackuowledgments,
etc., anywhere in Florida. Special at- any season of the year to afford assis-
tention given to land conveyances and stance to drowning persons while the
to marriage services. Office at the t l
BUOY Ollice, St. Andrews Bay. doctor is being sent for, and Professor
T1 J. KETFR. Laborde's simple method for re-

that fit representatives of thlancmslves
as a democratic candidate for the
legislature. They then elected dele-
gates to tHe state democratic conven-
tion-all farmers' alliancemnen.
Having done this, the farmers' alli-
ance of Washington county sent to
each one of the sub alliances and
levied a contribt;-An to send these
delegates to St. Augustine. When,
when I say, was the democratic party
so poor that it had to call on the
farmers' alliance to contribute their
funds collected in their lodges to send
impecunious democrats to a demo-
cratic state convention. If Mr.
Robertson or anyone ekle dare to dis-
pute this charge I will prove it. This
last fact, if proof were wanting,proves
the nature of this convention.
Judged by its acts, its resolutions
and its delegates to St. Augustine, it
was not a democratic convention. At
the ensuing election, the writer re-
pudiating the candidate so nomi-
nated, voted for the republican can-
didate, L. M. Ware-resolving that,
if he could not vote for a democrat,
he would at least vote for an honnor-
able man and a gentleman. And
now this man who betrayed his party
for the farmers' alliance, betrayed the
alliance. The alliance was, to a man,
for WVilkinson Call: uo man con'iul

S. ..... storing breath, when all other mnean_ s 1 a ri" sll eb h
~~~~ ~ ~ ~ ~ I ago a. e-x* ...1.:--I ..... I.. ,. .. .

Mr. Gler.'s
Chipley I'
personal le
accede to th
tlenmen who
the Banier
and asking
date Soum
tionably su
primary. I
would have
Mr. Elitc
with theo
the names
edit,,ria:l of
tile _Alla l,

eulogy- -he editor of tlie were so ts of wealthy meni, were clear-
nner. di< lihat. I, in a .ly ju.-titie-1 in thus r.bulking lihat o-
tter, soli ed Mr. Glen to mark, as their action w...a, n,,tlihii
e wi c f the lifty gen- either than t-.t eXlIec.-.--io)L of ,lis ip
unit se editor of pruval which hioulIL be m.vie by aln
in'qB Mr. Glen, s1:n who luves andI resilects hi-, father,
g a eandi- and it is perfectly sa'fu to "':iy tlat
e ti unques- that paternal affection exit.i equally
Ip;)rte r. Glen in the as keenly among tlhe ealiy as it
Had a]el so Mr. Glen does arnong the poorer crl.ts.
been noi ted. Biyan's action at New lica;on was
or, I sen on the Hanner nothing other than that 'ufa dieta.-.ed
request t you jlubli.h amnl inaletiuao iminml. Hail lhi ap-
o' those ncrs, anil the ,preciatipn of education Iceti .ici as
thle inab. o0 aumires is expe' re.idenLtial cattimi-
theL Lua'.

mn co(ncl it .ii< y tiHat I
have lived a life of oer ue-lotti tIlm
of a century. Every cNy its inan-.
hood has been devot d to t0e service
of the democratic pa l aitl never
have I fed at the pn lie crb. This
should have saved ii front the slurt
from the Banner l% ich i alls- this
article. Respecti'ul l
Ch'in Demn. Ex.' Yash. Co.

Chipley Banner, uly 27, 1896:
Owing to business afft. irs,W. T. May
cannot accept the noni nation as repre-
sentative; now, the nex thiig is to find
some one who can an wil make the
race, one who is a deioocrit, and one
who has a record as auc. Now, my
friends, I pu' one bef Are fou who has
all the qualifications, a lifb-long demo-
crat, and one who haK filed different
positions in the interest (f the demo-
cratic party. A name, as :oon as spo-
ken, caused a thrill) f y to pass
through the veins, not oily if Washing-
ton county's men, but of Jackson. Hon.
C. L. Wilson and J. H. Carter made the
remark that if he couldg.l4 nominated
that they would stump .tl.ecounty and
the senatorial districthif ne4d be. That
name is the sage of WVusaj, the Hon.
John Barr Glen, o0e 0 hou scarcely
any man can find the least friat. Below
we place the name of fifty citizens of
this county who are willing mad anxious
to see Mr. Glen placed lat the head of
our ticket:
D J Jones, E N elil,
A McMill:in, Angi4? Vells,
.1 '1 G Illert, T H \. e ti r,

wI Sweal No 9 ;a I I 1__I %two 11599"If

A N ung odrore wort could come to L,.-e
A BUSINESSJJ IN the horses had been loaded and wei.. .,a
their way inland uuder nard of sc
IA WATER of killingg hauds, armed with their I....,
GlREAT WATERS,. and on eveiy side about the network i
miry lanej were posted sentinels v -:i
Stunned to stupidity, to send the sold..,
By JULIAN O0RBETT, astray should they chance to appea.r.
Authorof "Th cFallo.f Aw'ard. ,"Cophet- So in the long hours of darkness ',
ua XIII" and "For God and Gold." had passed the dangerous zone of -...
country, and by daylight were well
[Copyright,1895, by American Press Assool the fringe of the forest. Here t,,
tiun.1 could rest awhile, for the place w.-,

'. [CONTIOUED. still a sanctuary, a waste of Gwas,:
"Stretchers, my lads I" was his grim und thickets and brake, where ca,;;'
order as. his own blade whipped out. could not follow, and where, too, n "
His end waswithin his grasp, and he examples of savage retribution 1.:
was hardened out of all mercy to grip it. taught the riding officers it was .
The blhe jackets began laying about tms u ths Scond pasu
h n will; head aftehead went w ..- ..
dt~ iqn"n n dligt

son wunl,- I T"itl am no't,,i aIrothold beneath the water for others
tion upon his fa I le,'. cli:tnacLi.r ;i that cauno on continually. About the
steru the fight was wildest. Twice the
would iave ineve;: expressed hilmmsell American was flung down as he held
in such language before an audience the countess up once she was fairly
n Torn from Curtis' grasp, and when at
as intelligent a. one frest from Yalu lo m cts P now n
as intelligent a. one fres ru Y last he got his arm well about her he
college presumably are. could do no more for a man that clung
Bryan was not very grossly insult. to her skirts. In vain he cursed the fel-
low to loose his hold; he gave no heed,
ied, simply called dowei, yet it sufficed but clung with. hands and teeth. .
to excite from the entire silver press In desperation Curtis let go his sword
a howl that resounded the c0un- and drew a pistol, but there was no
tryovrad thaed tken up neod. For all at once the man's arms
try over, and was thoei taken up flew up, his teeth opened with a scream
oy the whole contingency of weekly and a bloody Lk"-e was flashing in the
sheets which follow in the wake Americal's hand. Arms had not yet
been used, and a howl of execration
created by .the blustering dailies: went up as even the most desperate
A short time since John G.: Ca. shrank back. In a moment -hecountess
lile, secretary of the Unite Sta was board, across Curtis' knees, and
lisle, secretary of the Unitel Stares the American got an elbow over the
Treasury and one of the most abie, gnnwale.
logical and gentlemanly speakers of "Give way, lads cried Curtis.
One after another the oars laboriously
the nation, appeared upon the pliti- mowed their way through the human
cal rostrum in Covington, Ky., to ad- litter that cumbered them, and with an
dress a public meeting upon the is- angry roar the attack was renewed up-
Son the stern. The American's knife had
sues of the day; of course in the be. cut the last thread of restraint. Every
hall of sound money, whereupon a one took to his steel, and those on board
crowd of rowdies and thugs, five whe had none seized boat hooks or any-
S, thing and fought like devils, while the
times as degraded as the Yale stu- sailors strained to row.
dents, not only hooted th:s gentle- Sfill the boat could not win free, and
man, but eyen decended to the depth the bullets were falling thick about it;
two men had been struck already. Half
of throwing at him eggs and cigar a dozen soldiers were clinging to her
s'umps and in every other possible aft in a sort of frenzy; others had hold
manner annoying the speaker, O of them behind, and with the heavy
maer annoying the speaker, O drag on her she was shipping water at
course this was recorded in the tele- every wave.
graphic reports of the daily press, Curtis struck their knuckles with the
Shilt of his sword, for words were no
yet strange to say that nearly use, and hardly fo be heard in the up-
aill the popocratic lpapeirs have sui- roar, but it did little good. He seemed
Ilenly forgotten their exalted il,-ah to have strained his arm in lifting the
S. ..,is ..r countess, and could not hit hard enough,
i 1 11'0 1 r fllr li PII ra _oUf A .t i. . S 1 i l ... . - - I.

L I w

ruo- t rtn soualen -wamps nlaia
treacherous banks of the gullies, W.v'.i -
riddled the windy waste and he '.'
one its hungry yellow torrent
All this the Wildishers knew .
heart, and grinned as they straight
their backs to watch the sinncus lino of
horses and men winding amo;-:!.- th.
heath and brake and disappearing into
one of the endless hollows to rear, .-
climbing painfully up the other F.:.
Sometimes they were clear to see cre.-
ing a tract which fire had stri .. of all
but the black skeletons of stun-td i irs ;
sometimes they were almost los tV V LwO
in scrub of birch and oak, ant at- lst
they disappeared from sight altor4. ',..
in the woods that surrounded GitlaL..
Sir Bevil Curtis was at dinner and
saw nothing, though, if he had seen, he
would have known as much as the ret.
When the Ladies had retired he contin-
ued to sit alone over his port, a news-
paper under his hand, and he was mum-
ing over the unfavorable news it con-
tained from Quiberen. Tidings of the
ho, -ible catastrophe had not yet reached
him, but the last dispatches had brought
no account of the brilliant forward
movement that was expected. By itsolo
that was quite serious enough, and Sir
Bevil might have continued musing for
the best part of a bottle had not an old
familiar sound aroused him.
Upon the window at his back came
three quick taps, and then a sharper ono
by itself. He turned round quickly, an-u
there, peeping over the window sill,
was the weather beaten face of Dunk.
The man was pulling his forelock with
an ingratiating air, but Sir Bevil shook
his head with a frown, and turning his
back again proceeded with labored de-
termination to pour himself out anothe-
glass of port.
But he was not to come off so easily
The signal was repeated, and, to '.-
mure, it hod a strangely coaxing sour,-'
I SAtill Sir R..Vi1 TTWng nn,. iA. I Aa..

T Y Watts, G W on, respectability, to the extent o! mak- blows, as fast as ever. Suddenly blade his glass for resolution. Not rhat
S M ROEHT'SON, W1E ii fner, u inno reference thereto in disaprov- flashed past his eyes down upon the gun. A_ the least irresoluts about it,
W B Lassitter, John och., wale; there was a piercing scream and onCe more the persuasive little taps
,r J Mobley, AL I. arrell, ing language; they merely treated the a poot wretch threw up two spurtig ickled his ears.
G T Everitt, A ( onee. affair as a great joke, when in reality stumps of arms, It wasn't tobe borne. The old g-
J B Tiller, AC nrfielil, Sick at the sight, the seaman at theA teman sprang from his chair, ann strid-
S 13 Ellis, A M 7at n, it exceeded the New Haven el)isode stroke oar sprang up and knOcked" l-ug hotly to the window flung it:...
C G Allen, G A hn 1', so far as to enable us to draw a corn- board the man who had dealt tbe ; with an angry latter.
W T Maye, W G lyn,. prison. others beat him under with their oars h plague on yeI" he. cried, shal
TT Markham, J ns, With those papers it probably but the horror of it seemed to paralyze hisd'ye iwanthere? Haven't I told yfa I'
SA Davra, SA E l vls, V ith those papers it probably the rest of the assailants; the boat was 'e want here? Haven't I told you I'll
JEA ailey, DS elin, Dmakes a great deal of difference freed and she lurched forward under the ha e no more of It?"
J B Lockey, T J atta, which individual is insulted, straining strokes of the crew. "My duty, Sir Bevil, and hopes
W J Stott, J N aniel, They were laden to the gunwale, and are middlin -ad the ladies too
W Gainer, B F Lainor, nl llom. progress was very slow. The water all Didn't I tell you"-
W W Gainer, B F ainer, annaw n aboutwas dotted with swimmerswho "Sure you did, sir, and I was regular
M A Bowen, J T o)wenr, Birds are perhaps more commonly the made mad clutches at the oars, and one put out liketo hear ye saysuchthings."
J D Forrester, Wm longer, victims of illusions than other animals, after another wre sent un" with Then what the plagned'ye mean by
James Vickers, C P rant, their stupidity about their ggbengwereder th coming here again?"
W W Stuckey, WAndeson, quite remarkable. Last year, for in- And so they gotout at last, the Amer- 'Well, itmiddlin queered.moeto hear
[The above explains in a measure, stance, a hen got into the pavilion of a i defending the sternwith the threat sir and I thought may oudidn't
ia euedefending the ster with the threat Msr,and I thought ma ibeaotifn't
why the Boocould t consi' golf club and began to sit on a of his dripping knife and Curtis trying quite mean itafter all. Ti, a beautiful
hy the B could consistently golf ball in a corner, for which it made to slash across the countess' body at v-Bevil, and Captain Rich-
support Mr. Robcrtsoi. As a dele- a nest with a couple of pocket handker- cry one who ventured to comenear ard is far away."
gate to the county cOnvention the chiefs. But many quadrupeds are not It was only just in time. So cloas "Devil seize your impudence What
editor, solely upon e p e o ly deceived for the moment by efe- had the Blues drawn down that theSo- has Captain Richard to do with it?",
r s u te o tions, shadows and such unrealities, but duisante had been compelled to cease "Naun, sir, surely naun a bit in the
Mr. Robertson that f elected he often seem victims to illusions largely her fire, and with loud yells they world, but couldn't you set a flngeL in
would vote for Mr. Chi lev for United developed by the imagination. rushing the village with their bayonets it, sir, just this once? 'Tis spices and.
States senator, ve for i for The horse, for instance, is one of the fixed. silks out of an Indiaman. The swe -
States senators, ltea for him for bravest of animals when face to face It was the last Curtis sew of it, for lot of stuff as ever I handled, abd the
representative. He wa fairly beaten, with dangers which it can understand, he turned sick and looked away. The prettiest things for the ladies."
and should have bee content; but such as the charge of anelephantora sight of the countess' sweet face lying "I tell you I'll he nothing to do
avhild boar at bay. Yet the courageousson his conmes'a w eendpicedlyitgwith it. Be off by gad!IIl
when the executive ittee, whose and devoted horse, so steadfast against wa thsuff ering,dr was liknchedasicine have you apprehen n r, by gad
duty it was to se. canldldate to the dangers he knows, is a prey to a to his disgust. But t very delicacy of "Well, shiver me to see what ",
hundred terrors of the imagination due is us But the a y o, and he good ol
fill the vacancy o oned by Mr. to illusions, mainly those of sight, for its featured bes, after d the vaghiten passion he f customs a-passin; to think how I coud
May's declining to ake the race, shying, the minor effect of these illu- her fac b t ood tht ha pid or the commodationo
her face beside the blood that -I co have paid for the 'commodation too
met, we find Mr. bortson there si'y and "bolting," in which panic from somewhere on0 her dress seemed "What! ye rascal, will ye bril t"e
Gains complete possession of his soul, king's commission of the ipace? Ity-o'n-
with a scheme prime and planned .e caused, as a sole, by m istakes as to to raise up in all its blackness the som- ig'sctmmissin ofthe peae? ian'
are caused, as a rule, by mistakes as tobta uch a thing, and the ladies shant nl.
to make himself their candidate; he what the horse sees, and not by misin- in a ackgroun of his love, and it was their. Sa8there's an end on t I -
knowing full well th:i Mr. G len had terpretation of what he bears. It is no- boat, not lkovwing from one minute to "Enough .aid, Sir Bevil, enough f..i.
been called an wou ie tied, for instance, that many horses another wh d poop her and But, blame mel if I didn't think -:.
all, if .not very, v l e x s on one side more fequntly, than put "n r. nil tI. remed Iimpossi- would have (lone me a turn agafin7t .
on. -t ebx thy 1 h x j -[1 0 o i o t n r flo-at long enough news 1 come all this way to give ye."
frmninsn2h r.M.Tlstrt.~.

cotucher. Liltice i'oneer Drug Store, niave talltl, ateL'ves to Ue universiaiily an. He wa eged er and I toinilttr.--ttrt..
corner of Shell avenue and Michi- known. A Paris correspondent tells He wa gd ver reasons not necessary am
a street ,Aover to support Call; yet he voted o ntami
gaii street, Florid the other day, at a watering place against Callt the Buoy could not si rt. hil
St. Andrews Florida in Normandy, two bathers, a young let the foregoing su
DR. W. (. 31TCHELL, man and a boy, who were unable to I had always been opposed to Call. been elected, and the w
Proprietor East End Drug Store, of- swim, went out of their depth and I liked the treason, but I despised last one to antagoni e him
fers his professional services to the disappeared. They were brought on the traitor, legislative effort he
citizens of St. Andrews Bay and shore inanimate, and were taken to I have brought this man's career the welfare of the pe nye or hm
vicinity. Office at Drug Store. the village. Two doctors were sent for, down to the present campaign. In trict.-ED.]
Residence on Buenna Vista avenue the recent county convention be was .
opposite old Floriduenna a Exch avenue but the young man gave no sign of the recent county convention he was
opposite old Florida Exchange. life, and they declared e was dead. a candidate for nomination for legis- Difference as ivi

S W. H. PARKER, M. Laborde, who was fishing at half- lat.or Ho was beaten. There was no end t the co
Notary Public and Surveyor. Special at- an-hour's distance, came up as soon We next see him at the meeting nation and censure e eniu
-tention given to all Notarial business
also to he Drawing of Maps, Charts, et as he heard other cident. He ex- the de democratic executive commit- the popocratic press, hen Ih
Parker. Fla amined the body and found that the tee at St. Andrews Bay as a PrOXv. lege students of Yale, a few
C. H. CRIPPEN, extremities were cold and the heart I waive the question of whether a since, made Bryan'! welcoi
Justice ot the Peace. had stopped. Then, taking hold of m"re proxy could exercise the powers New Haven a little to cord
'Will attend promptly to all business de- tLe root of the tongue, he drew it of a member. Taking the floor this giving vent to their w oops an
mroanding his attention within his j.uris- violently forward, giving it a succes- proxy decried the one man power. or lege yells, in response" th,
diction. Office on Bavview street, one -. to tat
lock northeast of T vie. Danford's sion of jerks, in order to excite the even that of the executive committee, Orator's insinuation thr all b
store. Rule days, First Monday in reflex action of the breathing appara- and advocated the calling of a pri- men were robbers and a
each month. rogues,
-- -. tus, which is always extremely sensi- mary. In doing s,) he said, "I am of course had direct ippcad
A AN~~~R '""" tive. At the end of a few minutes a not in it. I have been beaten once, those lad's parents; as .lm t
D s CUE a hth t slight hiccough showed that the pa- and I would not accept a nomina- tire attendance at Ya a s
ofwrite D,..It. BUTTSo, a tient was saved. In addition to the tion if it were tendered me." I next business men, anti ose n
usual restorative means, Professor 841 l 1e 1
E n TDI soro .su Laborde, in extremeas, rub theofessor see his card soliciting the votesof wealth who were so iniccrimi
FRE Eeen1 aA or tra. Laborde, in extreme eases, rubs the
io"tfo wnIAL.- .rne nd chest with towels soaked in hot wat. his fellow democrats. included in. the popnc tic pre
a .do vnlity r..t ree for 13 cat. er. although the skin is blistered by I now come to the candidacy of tial candidate's unlignfie an
'L W t.W INL43 TE2? ia.gg 1,g l this. John Barr Glen. I will not write refined slur. All those btuden

ably due to defects in the vision of one The- % ".:: vw h:dLir ve-ry length "Nay, since you'll
or other eye. they advanced-it vas getting dark had best be haulin my wind :: !t
In nearly all cases of shying the horse again-he. could hardly sr'u, the dancing other port."
takes fright at some unfamiliar object, Seduisanut-it was so black-black ev- "Damme, man, what's your news, I
though this is commonly quite harm- erywhere bi.t where the sky burned red, say?"
less, such as a wheelbarrow upside and then of a sudden he knew that all 'Tis but of Captain Richard, but
down, a freshly felled log or a piece of was lost. Out o the inky sea old Mine. since you'll none of it"-
paper rolling before the wind. This in- Farochol's wild white hair and wicked "Ehl What! News of Dick? D'ye
xtantly becomes an illusion, is inter- eyes came up; she was grinning; her think to get round an old man with that
preted as something else, and it is a cu- bony arms clutched the rudder-it was tale? Come in, you rogue, and you can
rious question in equine neuropathy to useless to think of keeping the launch put your stuff in the church itself for all
know what it is that the horse figures afloat-she was dragging them under, I care. I would rob the mail for news
these harmless objects to be. When deeper and deeper, fill there was no of my boy, and you know it, ye knave!
Russian ponies first began to be shipped light at all but the spark in her burning Come in, I say; here's a hand, and the
to Harwich, they usually objected to eyes. customs be d--d- "
pass near a donkey. This reluctance eyes The smuggler gave a whistle to an-
was explained on the hypothesis that CHAPTER XXXV. nounce that all was right, while Sir
the ponies seldom saw donkeys in Rus- IN AN EVIL HOUR. Bevil helped him in at the window.
sia and mistook them for bears.-Lon- It was the day after the news of that Then the door was locked and a bumper
don Spectator. lamentable disaster reached England- of port poured out, the skipper r.aking
The Robin and the Caterpillar. and it was the Seduisante that brought mannerly preparations in view of it
The robin hops along in the furrow the dispatch-that when the afternoon with the back of his hand across his
and picks up worms as the farmer was closing in as gloomy as the news a mouth. The port disappeared in a galp,
plows, which it eats itself or carries to train of pack horseswas making its way and, with an appreciative smacl of the
its nest as food for the young robins, by devious tracks over the forest. The lip0s,.Dunk took.up his yarn.
The robin prefers smooth coated worms, Wildishers that were out cutting litter T- o BE oOlBO. ]
such as the common earthworm, but if pricked up their ears at the sight of it,
such food is scarce it does not disdain for since the outbreak of the war free
the fuzzy caterpillar. It is an evil day trade had languished, and It was pleas- The cords of window blinds ar good
for the caterpillar when a robin strikes ant to see the old work on foot again, barometers. When they become tight,
it. The robin picks it up and shakes it For they knew well enough what it the reason is found in the fact that the
and shakes it until it shakes the spines meant., Somewhere about Newhaven a air ia moist, the cords have absorbed
out of it-the fur, as the children call big cargo had bedn run, and that in the some of the moisture, and so are drawn
the caterpillar's fuzay coating-leaving good old Sussex fashion, too, by the taut. When they are slack, the ir it.
the caterpillar bare in patches and help of a great concourse of the neigh- dry and the tension of the cords i re
sometimes all over and shaken all out boring country folk, strong enough to lMMd. ,
of shape. Then therobbin eats it or car- laugh at the revenue officers and too The 8 o st nickel piece, noW dieco'
ries it off to feed its young. quick and secret to fear the dragoons. a.e.... wMiahed 0o Brains.

Y ---- if,-!Smbf~










M A R ITrfIMliE.

,1 qr

NoTg.-It must he remembered that the
wind is not a wholly reliable motive pow-
er and if the sailors sometimes find it im-
possible to make schedule time it mus t be
charged to the elements; they do the best
they can.

The Wnt. Crawford came in Sun-.
day with fish for Ware & Co., sailing
for the fishing grounds again Monday.
The steamer Alpha arrived from
Mobile Thursday afternoon, dis-
charged a good cargo of freight for
St. Audrews Bay, Cromanton and
other points up East Bay, and pro-
ceeded on her way to Carrabelle Fri-
day morning.

PACK;ET CIi~)'~' Ell
19M v 15-29% V. -. Urlm A,

1H. D. DAvIS, MASTEi..
Leave- St. Airc. l Bay every Ta.sltv.
leai vi P..ea:ic')la i ve y Fri,.l.iy,
(weather pcrmittiui). Special atten-
tion will be given to receiving and
forwarding freight for parties living on
East and North Bay, Lassengers for
points on either arm of the Bay can
depend upon securing prompt trans-
portation at reasonable rates. For
further information apply to
L. M. Wans & Co., Agts
Makes regular trips between Pittsburg on
East Bay and Pensacola; will make reg-
ular landings at Cromanton and Har-
rison, Parker and at any other point
when requested beforehand to do so.
Passengers and freight transported at
reasonable rates and satisfaction guar-
anteed. The Peoole's Store at Pitts-
burg is headquarters and orders left
there will receive prompt and careful
attention N. W. PITTS, Pro.rietor.
A Week's Weather.
The following table shows what the
temperature at St. Andrews has been
during the past week, from observations
taken at, the Buoy office each morning
and noon:

Thursdayv........ Oct
Friday .... .. . "
Saturday ... .... "
Sunday .........
Monday .......... "
Tuesday........ "
Wednesdav...... "

Morn. Noon.
65 75
72 79
76 77
70 75
64 72
70 80
72 71


C NOV~. I&KDjaY-m

11Uj010UCY, NI~lltly J. out ulonh Loe-gatsowen
WS er elFn 41ln1axMemory. Vas a r.I
aentersand a 1IIelta (a .sell abuse or excessesau
M 4cvrtox. SW noimalt anDclonammpltn.
n'tletdruggAs Impose a wornbleasusbnttWla
Cali belaricdI n veal poceL Pregald plain wraw.
,r. a) pr box, or 6 for 85o with A Positive
ri~en ~,urateo eCure or Retbud BMe
0 0 d ~Metfree. Sold b~ydr A6 dd
FivarIMI A11 SN.giao 3
-For sale bitlDr. J. J. Kestor, at the
Fioneer Drug Store.

A Good Wind Mill-Make it
I made one of the People's wind mills
which' I saw recommended in your paper
recently. It only ,ost me $9.40 and is a
splendid iiill; my well is deep, hut it
pumps if all *right, aud with very little
wind; the neighbors all like it, and as I
am a kind of a carpenter, I have agreed
to put up nine mills already, on which I
can make a nice profit, and there are
many others for whom I can put up mills
this fall. I don't see why every farmer
should not have a wind mill, when they
can make it themselves for less than $10.
Ady one can get diagrams and complete
directions for making the wind mill by
sending 18 two-cent stamps to pay post-
age, etc., to E.D.Wilson & Co., Allegheny,
Pa.. and there can be dozens of them put
up in any locality by any one that has the
energy to do it. A FARMER.
A Wife Equal to a Gold Mine!
Will some of your readers give me a
good receipt for making cold starch? I am
selling self-heating flat irons and iron a
little at every house and have to use some
starch every place and want to know how
to make good cold starch. My husband
was in debt and I being anxious to help
him tl.uuglt I would sell self-heating flat
irons, ond aun doing splendidly. A cent's
wurth of fuel will heat the iron for three
hours, sO you have a perfectly even heat.
Yuii can iron in half the time and no
Shi;g the clothes ai with
hb a1t; iI gl, B. I bell at nearly every
house, as the iron svesa so much fuel
everybody wants one. make .11.50 on
each iron, and have not. sold Ic- han ten
any day I worked. My brother is doing
well an&.I think anyone can make lots of
money anywhere selling irons. J. F.
Casey &Co., St. Louis, Mo., will start any-
one in the business, as they did me if you
will address them. MsR. A. RUSSELL.

Churning Done in one Minute.
I have tried the Lightning Churn you
recently described in your paper, and it is
certainly a wonder. I can churn in less
than one minute, and the butter is le-
gant, and you get considerably more but-
ter than when you use a common churn.
I took the agency for the churn here and
every butter maker that sees it buys one.
I have sold three dozen and they give the
best of satisfaction. I know I can sell 100
in this township, as they churn so quickly,
make so much more butter than common
churns and are so cheap. Some one in
every township can make two or three
hundred dollars selling these churns. By
addressing J. F. Casey & Co., St. Louis,
pou can get circulars and full informa-
tion so you can make bi, money right at,
home. I have made $80 in the past two
'-weeks' and I never sold anything before
in my life A Fu M'R. 1
*bates Lung Troublea, Debility, dibaveedng stomach ai
fmnale illb, and ia noted for making mres when all other
treatment ikill. Rvery mother and invalid should have it. C
PARK 8 d

Promote a, luxur-iant growth,
BaBWE^SSSS a4 t\ taVffhnYfnn^ Wi

-Stoves and tinware, groceries and
notions cheap at E. P. Maxon's cash
-Nice Wisconsin Creamery butter
25c. per pound, just opened up at L. M
Ware & Co's.
-Legal ca),, commincial note
letter-head papers and envelopes, either
printed or plain at the BuoY office.
-Cocoa shells, a delicious and whole-
some beverage, far superior when prop-
erly prepared to either tea or coffee-
three pounds for 25c. at Pioneer Drug
Store. Try it.
-The fine water front at the BUOY
office is for rent. This i' the finest
stand in town for an oyster house, and
we would be glad to rent it very rea-
sonably for that purpose.
-Our correspondents will please bear
ini mind that their favors must be mailed
early enough to reach us not later than
Monday evening; otherwise they cannot
appear in the current issue.
-T. C. Danford has a quantity of
tight barrels, suitable for syrup, meat
or any other use requiring a tight cask,
which he offers for sale cheap. If you
are in warit of such, apply early and
save good r.ioue by so ,i .
-Waflonmi atMi& T 1 -1aur Mdd
plenty of fihli all the ime arid fish roe,
and oysters in their season at W. H.
Shand's store, Parker, Fla.; also pleas-
ure boats for those wishing to make ex-
cursions to the Gulf or elsewhere.
--The St. Andrews Bay Horticultural
and Improvement Association is prepar-
ed to clear, improve and plant into fruit
any tract of land which may be given
them. It will pay all persons to buy a
tract from them and have it improved.
-The many friends of the family of
P G. Harding, formerly of Parker, on
East Bay, now of Apalachicola, will be
interested to learn that a son weighing
twelve and one-half pounds, was born
to them on the 22d ult., and that mother
and child are doing splendid.
-The Florida Voice, a new monthly
paper devoted to the cause of prohibi-
tion, has just been started at Miami,
Fla., the first number of which has been
received. It is well printed and doubt-:
less will be well receive& by persons of
that particular faith.
-If you are thinking of buying prop-
erty in St. Andrews or immediate vi-
cinity, you cannot afford to purchase
until you have conferred with the pro-
prietor of the BUOY. If you are short of
money and want to buy on your own
time for actual settlement you can be
-Taxes for 1896 are now due, and
will become delinquent April 1, 1897.
All owners of property must remember
that unless the tax is paid before April,
next, the property will be advertised
and sold, and the attendant expense is
generally considerably greater than
the original tax.
.Nfepai J,.iP ,.Inh;l nr .lkwivher-.
presents more or greater attractions to
the bomeseeker than does the pictur-
esque village of Parker, on East Bay.
Every dollar invested there is sure to
multiply many fold, and the investment
can hardly be otherwise than a good
one. W. H. Parker will take pleasure
in showing anyone around, no matter
whether you buy or not.
-Chipley Banner: Last Thursday
night at the home of the bride's moth-
er, Mr. R. C. Home was united in mar-
riage to Miss Bessie Collier. Quite a
number of friends of the couple wit-
nessed the ceremony, which was per-
formed by Rev. J. P. Smith. We join
the host of friends of Mr. and Mrs.
HBorne in congratulations and wish
them a long and happy life.
-The BUOY will in its next issue
commence on Fourth page the publica-
tion of an intensely interesting short
serial by a valued special contributor,
written expressly for this paper. This
story will run for two 'or three weeks,
and Will be followed by others by the
same author, and altogether will com-
prise a feature which should add large-
ly to our subscription list. Send in
your subscriptions fo thwith, arid se-
cure the whole of this original series.

-Citizens of St. Andrews Bay and
all intending visitors will be glad to
learn that a long-felt want is supplied.
Mr. P. L. Johnson, a professional barber
and hair cutter, has established himself
in rooms at the St. Andrews Bay Hotel,
and promises to remain with us and
cater to the wants of any who may favor
him with their patronage. His shop is
centrally located, and it becomes a duty
as wef fas-a p-leas re--o exted to hm
sufficient patronage to make his venture
pleasant and profitable.
-As will be seen by advertisement
in another portion of the BuoY, N. W.
Pitts has associated himself with Robt."
Hales, under the firm name of N. W.
Pitts & Co., and opened up a large stock
of general merchandise in the store re-
cently occupied by 0. C. Parker, in
Parker. Those who have traded with
these gentlemen in times past, know
that they are noted for keeping good
goods, a nice store, and courtcoas treat-
ment of customers, and there is no
room for doubt but that they will make
it to the advantage of the trading pub-
lic to call upon them in their new loca-
-On Monday afternoon, last the East
Bay mail carrier brought into the BUOY
office a quart bottle bearing the myste-
rious legend, "Palmer and Buckner
cider; with the compliments of Reif
Karl to the St. Andrews BuoY." In-
spection of the bottle and contents
proved it to be filled with a decoction of
the juice of the scuppernong grape,
which, if the BuoY's favorite candi-
lates had been possessed 6f a supply
luring their campaign their election
would have been assured by an over-
rhelming majority; but as that was an
possibility, the contents were ab-
orbed to the good health and long life
>f the generous donor.

Merit talks" the
intrinsic value of
Hood's Sarsaparilla. T a lk s
Merit in medicine means the power to
cure. Hood's Sarsaparilla posaeses actual
and unequalled curative power and there-
fore it has true merit. When you buy
Hood's Sarsaparilla, and take it according
to directions, to purify your blood, or
cure any of the many blood diseases, you
are morally certain to receive benefit.
The power to cure is there. You are not
trying an experiment. It will make your
blood pure, rich and nourishing, and thus
drive out the germs of disease, strengthen
the nerves and build up the wholesystem.

Is thebest, In fact-the One True Blood Purfler.
Prepared only by C. L Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass.
SDo not purge, pain or
OOd'S PillS gripe. Adrggs..

-The utility of the telephone was
-atisfactorily on Tuesday

on-Ti. "on oi
day I.st by Mrs. Brackin with a
most beautiful biquet gathered from
her flower garden in the West Erd
The exquisite lors of the flowers are
delightfully a luring to the eye, and
the delicate/ perfume pervades the
whole surrounding atmosphere and
gratifies tlie sense of smell. Mrs. B.
also brought a monster pound pippin
apple frc,7 Iowva, the gift of which c-
companiied the flowers and reminded
the editor of the many such he had
gathef-ed and ate in his old northern



Are the


The ,



oliticians Who Laedd

rate of their Con-



Republican ic-
hem a Lesson
or All Tintl.

The R en d(y Proscribed at In-
dian olis Mighl Have
SSaved Us.

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The time for holding the Sunday t0he
school at the Methodist church has dou
been changed from nine o'clock a. m., rep:
to three o'clock p. m., with Mr. J. G. con:
Johnson as superintendent. Everybody
is cordially invited to attend. Bo
Sunday school lesson study at the i1
Baptist church Friday night; also hav
preaching Sunday morning and evern-
ing: A cordial invitation is extended.
The Y. P. S. C. E. meets every Sab-
bath afternoon at 3:30 o'clock at the I
Presbyterian church. All interested ]1
in Christian Endeavor work are
earnestly invited to attend. 1I
Regular weekly prayer meeting at 3
he Methodist church every Wednes- S
day night, to which all are invited.

Personal 1
T. W. Hentz left Tuesday morning N
for Pensacola, to be in attendance upon
the United States court. ,
Mrs. R. F. Brackin returned on the
steamer Alpha on Thursday last from
an extended visit among relatives and
friends in Iowa. S
Mrs. H. E. Hentz, who has been visit-
ing her son, T. W. Hentz, of this place, .
for severaTWeeks, returned to hber hom
in Marianna on Saturday, via Bayhead. I
RICH R E D BLOOD is the foun- s.
nation of good health. That is why
Hood's Sarsaparilla, the One True -
Blood Purifier, gives HEALTH. N

Directors Meetin g.
Phe directors of the St. Andrews
Bay, Chipley and Vernon Telephone
company held a meeting in the par-
lors of the St. Andrews Bay Hotel
on Monday evening lust for the pur.
pose of establishing a temporary
schedule of rates, and for the trans-
action of other important business
incident to the organization. Four
of the five members were present, and
a notable unanimity of sentiment
prevailed, all looking to the most
complete success of the telephone
company. The president announced
that Bayou George was successfully
cable on Monday last, and that in
making the connection the wires were
only disconnected for ten minutes.
The line was received from the con-
tractor by unanimous vote. The
matter of rates, after considerable di ,.
cussion as to the most practicable,
was finally decided upon,
These rates were decided upon for
temporary use, and may be reduced
or increased at any sub'-equent meet.

ing of tie board.. A conpon check

which hadl been prepared was sub-

mitted, and it was ordered that one
hundred be printed of the denonina
tion of Five Dollars, to be void after
two years from date of issue, and that
a supply be kept on sale at each of
the several offices of the company.

How's This*?
We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward
for any case of Catarrh that cannot be
cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F, J. GHIENEY & CO. Props., Toledo, 0.
We, the undersigned, have known F. J.
Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe
him perfectly honorable in all business
transactions, and financially able to carry
out any obligation made by their firm.
WxST & TcUAX, Wholes lie Druggists,
Toledo, 0.
Druggists, Toledo, 0.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally,
acting directly upon the blood and mu-
cous surfaces of the system. Price 75c.
per bot le. Sold by all Druggists. Tes-
timonials free.
Hall's family Pills are the best. _

TueCk&^W laet are nccessraily in
nIlete, t.ongh have beon received
ake ti election ofMcKinley and
irt a eortrainty. and by an im-
ne maj1 rity.
ilat r turns the Buoy has re-
ca in1 byv telephone from Chip
Mid na c it possible for the Bcov
,,ie 'morl. result as soon as
pp thet tate,
1iMile te figures are not sup-
sei to be absolutely coreet,
y a-e n early enough so to leave no
btas t the result, and the gieat
hub ca victory will doubtless be
fined before the next issue of the

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Pa I ter
Bryi n



Ic il

a ru

WVill i


ties in ]
Jno. E
votes in t
re 11ica
the t ngr'
crcoaste in

ag are such local returns ,s
nd Sewal 8.
andl Buckner 11.
g and Johnson 2.
inil Watsou 2.
ey and Hobairt 29.
ian 16.
us 1.
and Sewall 5.
ig and Johnson 1.
ley and Hobart 7.
nan 5.

ig and Johnlson 1.
ey arid Hobart 2.
ii1n' 5.
I 3.
mnd Sewall 111.
Icy and Hobart 22.
and Buckner 18.'
ILr. 104.
n.1 16.
mnd Sewall 4.
and BRuckner 11.
and Johnson 1.
eIy and Hobal't 5.
,an 10.

telegrams from private par-
e v York and Chicugo to
of lenmacola, are tltI
ls swept the United
lill have at l.,ast 300
Scloe,,lral college, and the
'v ill have two-thirds of
4.nmen, and an assured in-
lie senate.

And Th the Only Reason Why Stand-
oiver Dollars Paas nt Par.
I + J__ IV4oma LA Wf IN--_ _


gress, aF
stamp of
only cert
by the Ur
Is a guar:
grains of j
coinage a(
no silver
dollars f
and a
to the
would gs
ury, but
coined at
be under
or moral,
sume ani
party pro
do so, an(
did do so
nothing b)
and woul
as the Me
In Wall ;
the Mexic
behind it
sao. n d rn

dose. Th

S~ the Meril
pERFECT and permanent are the dossuears a
cures by Hood's Sasaparilla, be- do so unea
cause it makes pure, rich, healthy, ver dolla:
life and health-giving BLOOD. Ing bebhit


rs pass for 100 cents today
the government Is behind
gold, by special act of con-
not because they bear the
he government. The statip
*es that they are Issued
ted States government, and
tee that they contain 412%
andard silver. Under a free
the government would buy
ullion nor coin any silver
wn account, but only
he sliver mine owners
ringing silver bullion
ot a dollar of which
the United States treas-
otuld be given to the parties
he bullion, and would be
Lhe expense of the govern-
the government would not
any obligation, either legal
to redeem dollars coined on
account, and would not as-
obligation to do so. No
nses that it should or would
.under free coinage it never
the silver dollar would have
hind It but Its bullion value
he in the same Condition
lean dollar. The reason the
dollar can be bought today
reet at 53 cents Is because
n government does not stand
and does not promise to do
t because of Its inability to
question of the relative ability
ted States government and
n government to keep silver
a par with gold Is not at
either of them promises to
r free coinage, and the alil-
of both would have noth-
them but their bullion valuC,




Having purchased a new and extensive stock


Have opened up the same in the store re-

cently occupied by Osgood Parker, and

invite all old friends and the pur.

chasing public to call and


Before Purchasing Elsewhere. All kinds of

COUNTRY PRODUCE bought and sold.

Don't miss the place, PARKER on EAST BAY.

II laccleauy, Florida.



p~l] PLMF

Pittsburg, Fla.,


on East Bay.

OL 0

are old and experienced j0urbaniMi.
The news of the world is obtained from
the Associated Press, and that of the
state from representatives stationed at
every important town. The greatest
care is ta'ren to obtain correct reports
and to avoid false and sensational ru-
mors. Pait'oulars of low criminalities
and other matter unfit for household
reading are excluded. In politics the
paper is soundly Democratio, following
the principles laid down by Andrew
Jackson, and refutiing to lend itself to
temporary crazes and schemes for pri-
vate advantage. The Daily Citizen
claims to have a larger circulation than
any other daily south of Atlanta and
east of New Orleans.
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Thursday, Nov. 5, 1896.
,gar,., B11, Tea, it
Granulated .... 6% HeNo....... 75
Cotl'ee,A ..,,, 6 Gunpowder.. 80
Lt hruwn ..... 5 Uncol'd Jap.. 50
Sffihe, Coid milk, y can
Green. 2-i l.;(", 1 Unswcetn'o.l10' '15
Browiied .5i 30 Sweetened..10@15
linger snaps.. 10 Baking powder
rAckerMr, udai 81a Roval ........ 50
oliacco, iplug 3la;ll Ciia)l pcll. .15a25
1aitita Cannid Ifruit
L.ondoi(.Iat\ era. .15 Peaches;... 1'20-3jI
Vale cia .. 121.2 Tomaitoes. .. I 15

lice...... ... 7
Evaporatedd. 1'2.
Dried Peaches 8
3.al Oil prgal.... .2u
;asoliile ..... t
lorida Syrup... 50(
Jinegnr ...... 3)0
hc.e pr I1,.... Iti

Apples........ 10
Ptars ..... ... .
Plunms. ........ 25
Apricot. . ... 5
Strawlierrice.. (1
Pii al.' le ..... 2.
C.tnntd Mealt
R-o.ati B. ,cl'.. 1 .1 '25
Corned Bleefl 1 .
Chipped Bel. V.,,



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Beans.......... 6 Canned Vegetable
Coeo.inuit pks.k 10 Bked eAiin,..
Fi it Pniddine... 10 Corn..........
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LimeJ Jui .... I Pum)pki ......
Eggs per du... 1 K
Flour Pork
S ) N I.... 2 ,i0 Mess pr lb....
Favorite ... 4.50 Bacon Side-.....
1;on Mu;al prha 85 Freshi ...... 8.
Iat Meal ir lb.. 5ii Br'kf'st Bacon.
,orniper hu........5 Ham canvassed
Potatoes Shoulders.....
Irish ........1.20 Beef
early R'se seed 1.60 Corned.......
Sweet........ 50 Fresh ........8ai
Salt, pr sack... 1.00 Dried.......
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Nails, per lb...4a4 Ax,with handle. 1
Manilla ropel2 yaI5 Hoes, each .... 35a
rtoves cook,. .$a25 Copper paint, can
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... ExiTants pat 225 Men's... $1 40a3
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raim........ 1.25 Brick pr M[...... 8
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Orangetpet doz.. Pedans pr lb.....
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Red Turtles In a Boiling Spring.
That portion of southern or lower
California called Hell's Half Acre
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substratum of firo, which causes tbhe
mad and water to boil as if in a cal-
dron. At ouo place on the Half Acre
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penidinig several months with her hot mud geysers on a plattof ground
brother here. that is not of greater extent than a corn-
Mr. Dyer, of Wetaiipo, was here o mon city square. The chief spring in
Thursday.this queen aggregation of boiling and
Thursday. spouting jets of mud and water is called
Thompson & Jo nsorf have their the Fountain of the Boiled Turtles
w saw in runug order, and ar on aocomunt of ita curious habit of coca-
ew saw in run g order, and areionally ejecting numbers of small red
now prepared to saw lumbei of turtles. The temperature of this spring
any length or width,. is 286 degrees, 14 degrees higher than
Mrs. B h, of Eastatthe temperature required to boil water
Mrs. B:rch, of East Bay, wa at under ordinary atmospheric pressure.
the Harrison House on Saturday. Notwithstanding the fact that the tem-
G.B.Thompson was on the sick list perature is sufficient to boil meat per-
fectly within a few minutes, the small
last week, but is now able to be out. red turtles spoken of live and breed
Mis Thomas. of Watson Bayou, there just as the ordinary variety does
was calling heroton Friday. in waters of common lakes, rivers and
T c I other streams. The spring is called the
The colored people of Jackson Fountain of Boiled Turtles "because
county have begun their annual visits the queer, hard shelled creatures which
to this place for fish, which is sup- inhabit it have the appearance of being
c I oked perfootly done.-St. Louis Re-
plied Iroin i Red Fish Point. public.
RONicA. TMonkcyd Have No lieas.
It is curious that monkeys should be
1 ARKER. thought to be infected with what nat-
apecia' to the Buoy. uralists call the pulex irritant and
Ou Friday la.-t lsPayn lo,1 'wiat ordinary peoplelie.ea
a .tteem ie: u itlh .as every zoologist leys
have neither fleas nor er para-
a little picunie for thli chillreni at site whats ever; in which, of course,
Nathan Springs. She is a ve:-y pop- they differ vastly from man.
SAs a matter of fact, when monkeys
ulhr teacher, an, the pat,,ns of tlhe begin to pick each other about in the
school will do well to secure her ser- friendly way we have all observed, they
vices as long as it is possible to do merely detach bits of hardened sebace-
ous matter which has been excreted by
so. the glands, and the flea idea is entirely
Mrs. Evans, of San Bernardino, fabulous.-Pearson's Weekly.
Cal., is visiting her brother, F. Bell Stopped the Bow.
a"di family, on Donalson Point. "What kind of cheese is this, waiter?"
Under the leadership of Willard asked the late caller at the restaurant.
"It's sweitzer. "
Pratt, our Sunday school is in a "What, you impudent rascall I ask
flourishing condition, and plans are what kind of cheese it is, and you tell
being laid to giva another entertain- me 'it's white, sir.' Why, I'll break
t at the house on Christ- every bone in your"-
ment at tlhe sch-o.l house on Christ- And a prompt explanation from the
mas eve. proprietor at this point was all that pro-
NV. M. Croman paid our burg a vented a fight.-Detroit Free Press.
business call last Thursday after- No Inducement to Steal.
noon. Bu z ARD. "Say, Tradeley, why does your floor
walker never watch the bargain ooun-
The way to cu.ce catarrh is to purify ter."
the blood, and the surest, safest,est "Because things are so cheap there
the blood, and te surest, safest, besthat thieves prefer to buy and have the
way to purify the blood is by taking goods delivered."-Detroit Free Press.
Hood's Sarsaparilla, the One True Blood
Hood's Pills are prompt, efficient, al- l
ways reliable, easy to take, easy to oper- Full Detalls Gladly GivenL
ate. A Ralroad Officia's Experience.
Declined With Thanks. g-
Pensacola News.
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drews Bay aindi (hiplev, thel Buov, of
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and Bntickne'. Editor Eunio,,miNs .ldoM,
consult editor Jounes .ol lhe Chiile'y '
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obliged to call in flth iteilibors to ail 4 l ,,. ", ". ;"T^^,
it i etablihin its mTvliio n, EDWARD EDMONDS longcon- Trains 35 and 36 soll Between Jacksonville and Charlotte. Throuligh sleepers
it i etabliing its coivictios, ithralroadconstrutii Jackwinillr and New Y ark. Au .oftrlIh sleepers Tampa, and New York: Nos. pr-T.m" "n"N
to adhere faithfully to the text alter Noraska,wrttes:"Myheart roibled 37 and 4 carL'ry through lin p.rs Ibitween Jacksonville,'Iriinpa and Ndew York.
it had been announced. nd pained me for 19 yards. Shortne of Elegant Through Day Co s J ksonville to Charlotte, oil CORNER ? SHELL
it lad be annen d. breath was the constant and mostcommohr NoD. 35 a ilkd 36. (, o U U i lfl ilia
symptom. Intense, excruciating pain, gener-N ST. ANDREO
Why will you buy bitter, nauseat- ally followedany severeexertion. Faintne. CINCrNNATI-JACK.*NVILLE. Chicago, Toledo, Detroit, Cleveland, Louis '1. AN E
ing tonics when' Grove's Tasteless Chill hunger without any appetite; fltteringthat ville, Nashville, Indiat apolis. -rio l Ti
Tonic is as pleasant as Lemon Syrup- made me clutch my breast, and palpitation Leave Jacksonville f 20 a.m., 6 45 p.m. Arrive 9 00 a.m.
Your druggist is authorized to refund that often staggered me as if I would fall. Arrive Everett, 10 57 a m. 9 15 Leave 6:35 9:00 p m.1 ll
the money in every case where it fails were frequent attacks. Again, everything Macon 4 45p.mi 2:50 a.m. 11:30 p.m. 6:27 "
to cure. Prico, 50 cents. would turn black if I arose from a stooping Atlanta 7 50 p.m 5 50 D 835 p i 10:55 a.m i T
posturequickly. Sleeplcssanightswith(heir Leave Atlanta 10 00 7:30 " 1:30 7.00 Dyes, T
pr. ile rostrating unrest were Arrive Ch'tanoga 4 10 a.m 12:55 p.m 8:05 12:10 "
STON OF CONE r Miles' numerous and I could Leave Atlanta 1:50 p m Arrive 1:30 7:00o" PAINT BRUSHES F
SN nHeart C7ure get no rest day or night. Airive Ch'tanoa 7 05 p.m 7:45 8:10 p.m
The Enterprisng Schoolboy Who Slept In consulted leading ph- Cincinnati 7:15 a.m 8 00 p. m. 8 30 A R TI
te oro lr. ores sicians and tried ader Nos. 36 and 35 carry hroughI Pullman sleeperishetween Jacksonville and Cinci-
It is a long walk from the dining Healt...... ied remedies. They nati. No. 3's onn.ctn carries sleeper Atlanta to Chattanooga. Passengers can DR, J
ioom of the Westminster school to the Dr. Mils' circulars described my case so 'Tata oga seper until 7 Close conne.tiots for Chicago and _
coronation chair, which stands behind exactly that I took Dr. Miles' New Heart
the old stone screen just back of the Cure and I am now a well man. I hope HOLLY SPIIINuS ROUTE. ASHEVILLE ROUTE.
altar in the abbey, but there is an in- every one troubled with heart disease will
teresting connection between the two. try Dr. Mlles' remedies. If they will write- To St. Louis, Chicago, Sioux City. Between Jacksonville and Cincinnati.
This chair, as is well known is a rde, me personally, I will gladly give them full 645p.mLvJa.ksonviile, Ar. 900a.m. 645pm Lv. Jacksonville Ar. 900am
This chair, as is well knownorns a rtime. detailsof myexperience." EDW. EDODS. 6 15a. Atlanta Lv l,(i p. m. 11 15liu Savannah 4 '
heavy okchair, much worn by time. P. 0. Box 65, David City, Nebraska. 1220 p.m n 1" BirminghLm 255p.in. 4.i(,LnAr (i nugiia 12-.,a 1.1
It contains the "Stone of Scone" and Dr. Miles'Heart oure is soldon guarantee 135 ]i.n. '" Holly Spri ps ** 7 20 a. m. 1 45am Spartanburg Lv ,2 Bin DS
was made by the order of Edward I in that firstbottlebenefits ormoneyrefunded. 7 1; a.m St Lou3 7 0ip. mr. 1-45,pm Hendersonvi'lle :1 : 7p.
1297, and every English sovereign since Dr. Miles' Pain Pills, "One cent a dose." -20 iop.in 3 Chi 1) 3 p.m. 1 -4'pm Alshvill .'-,.in
then has sat in it to be crowned. 7 41i p.m Dub 7 30 a.m. 4- 13prn Hot. Springs 1"2 .-12,1 *nN
7 "f Siou1 ,' ,,)O p. i. ; -pj Kuoxville ,8 0am
A stout railing in front of the chair U a.m ** S3ion A *0p. 1 ^5 l'm 4 Ku;,nville t 1(.m -}
coming near, but if they were allowed la p m AI Mc tv LT .m 7 I5:am Cincinnati S 0lpin
to examine it as closely as I was for- 5 0 p.m sa it a m' i l Iam
tunate enough to do they would find
0at boldly into the solid oak seat ind Per t. SOUTH AND' WESTr LORIDA AND NEW IORLEANS. Daily. except as noted.
such sprawling letters as the school- paygcr .s. Pe i am v ern idi.na Ar S I0 pm oo
boy's knife makes upon his desk, "P. Si ger,, o e- 10 m n 9.. 1 ,N am allahan 333 pm |, ND 100s
Dgfe% r [it L c cinqr 10 pm 1am Jac1.onvUlo 750 am 325pm i6..
Abbott slept in this chair Jan 4, 1801." lngFerry's .ee14s. DekI.-'rau.' 10 15 pin 9 55 am r Baldi%* Lv 645 am 245 pm
P. Abbott, it seems, was a Westminster them everywh.r. Wr.;ef ie1137 pm 11 16ain Starke 5 17 am 131i p
schoolboy, and a tradition, which there FERRY'S 1211 am 11 51) am Waldo 4 Jo am 1(;pm in
is every reason to believe is true, tells SEED ANNUAL 1 21.r ,o ICainesvillo 11 30 am
fhat-fhe-mrado a5ragr-wt a-s ~Aro '-- .-r.'W, ..,,,-,," f., dar K ",-
mate that e dare stay in the abbey all i3fr ua0on8rc..*.-..ar. in,a.. 12.5' a 2 2 Hawthorne -..- 3 50am 12 1. am
night alone. D. M. ' T Co'., 1: aM 1 4, m m c'it .a 3 08 am 11 4.- am
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some corner of tbe old building until m p Humaa 14am11
the doors were locked for the night and .3 53 am 3 3 pm ) WildwOd, ,1201 pm 10 06 am
thus was left alone there. Fearing, 5 40) am 5.- pm Leesburg 10 3:; pm 9 32 am 14 .. Ca
however, that when morning came the 626am 4 '4 pin Tvarob 9 40 pm 9 02 am
boy with whom he had made the bet B 0A i lt NG 9 10 am 4-5 pin Orlando 700pm 7 45 am CHI
would disbelieve his statement that he 6 20pm Winter Park 7 20anUm 1--al7 I0TOal
had won it, he determined to have 1f M I 451 am 4 0(t pm S'. Catherine 10 -44 pm 9 22"am . ." . ,
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Hours of the early morning in carving Mrs .' @ u 6 47 am 541 Plant Ci'ty 42 pm 7844 anm
on the coronation chair the sentence 7 56 am 6 35 ITamrpa 7 3 pm 7 00 am
which, even now, nearly a century'aft- 7 Bt Ast unraL (t 0p a ,,ao,,, L 70 pm 7 00 am
er, bears witness for him. It is disap- VistAve 1 U 1 550 pm 91i 25 am ake ksonville Lv 7 : am 3 40 am
eItt ishOa a d isa -1 .4i n 2 a I a4 anm P A T E N T S $ 5 .0 0 .
pointing that the tradition does not St, Andrews, Fla, 1215am 12'13 pm Liv____ak_".448ant154 amPATENTS $5.00.
record just what form and amount of 12001am 12 13 pmnMadison "3d46ant11 55Tim
punishment was visited upon the lad Honhe and Accomumodation First 4 20 am 2 35 pm I|Mouticello 2 20 am 9 40 Tim Itf you have an invention on which
for his escpade, and that history does Class in Every Respect. 5 30 am 3 30 pmin Tallahassee 1 4' am 8 20 pin you w ishto obtain a patent, andcan-
not tell us of his later years. I wonder 4 30 pm Quincy "12 45 am not afford to expend from $60 to $70
whether the courage and grit which 5 15 pmlu River Junctiou 12 01 am for that purpose, cut out this coupon
thiet deed manifested foretold an ener- Hair Restored to Niturtll Color. 11 00 pm Pensacola 6 50 pm and send to the publisher of this pa-
getio, successful life or was dissipated I bave used niany preparations for 3 05 am Mobile 2 15 pm per with five two-cent stamps, and
in mere bravado.-Max Bennett Thrash- restoring hair to natural color, but never 7 35 am New Orleans 9 45 am you will receive full information as
er in St. Nicholas. had satisfactory result till I used Zulu Through Pullwian' epers Jacksonville to New Orleans. to how you may obtain a patent in
Vulier; it %ill restore any hair or beard Cincinnati Slee r via Ashnville goes tiroughl to tlie Carolini nimoun- the United States, at an expense to
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Charley Chumpleigh -Ah, Miss you take no risk. People who have never ADDRESS
Nightingale, that "Winter Song" was tried it can get a sample package whichDDRESS..........
charming. It carried me back to the contains enough to restore any one's hair Daily except Sund WConnections at Tampa for St. Petersburg, Manatee
Sf to natural color, by sending 21 two-cents River and Key West d Havana steamers. Steamer Manatee for all points
days of my childhood stamps, to pay postage, etc., to Wilson & on Manatee river. A Starke for Lacrosse. At Waldo. steamer for Melrose. thi ester's. Panl.a D eta.i Br ad.
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actually hear the cattle bellowing, the color, or make any color of hair darker in uill still be sold at th city ticket office, 202 Hogan st., as well as at the Union Bf=f n f". Gre"hcaa u it
old windmill creaking and theieod: three weeks, they will return your Depot ticket oce. J. E. MARSHALL. bresa e ani mb,,
ant winds howling abopt the door.- stamps. It is harmless, but never fails. Ticket Agent. 02 West ay street, corner Hogan, Jacksonville Fla. -anir a., At D I~rtus..o(,en4eja
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In the OLD DOCTOR S private mawal practice, fur 38 years,
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The old, original: French Fruit Cure.
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o0 822 Pine SL.,
t3 c C St. Louis, No.
Call or Writo.
Abso utel an and ano Injury to health.

All persons holding claims against the
estate of Geo. Russell, late of Washinu-
ton county, deceased, are required to pre-
sent'their claims to the undersigned ad-
ministratrix, within twelv, months from
the date hereof or they will be barred by
the statute of limitations. And all per-
sons who are indebted to thr' said estate
in any manner are hereby requested to
cone forward and settle without delay.
ADated Oct. 22d, A. r. 1895.


and the

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covering about eighteen miles square
of territory, including the Cincinnati
Company's Tract, also Harrison,
Parker, Cromanton, and adjacent
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description and we will locate their
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Te purpose of this Association is to Improve the 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 tractsof 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
Source of Revenue 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
4i6Ie same with any responsible business man or firm doing business on the Bay or in
)lank 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
for damages from any cause possible to be prevented.
From a careful estimate of the probable expense and income of a fruit
plantation ini the St. Andrews Bay country a few figures are given:
Price ofiana per acre, say $25 to $50; cost of clearing, say $20; *ost of planting 1st
year, say $30; cost of cultivation each 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'sid e, while figs should do even better than that. Then, though perhaps a little
longer, sonre qf them, in coming into profitable bearing may be named pears, apricots,
inectariie., iluins, prunes, mulberries, olives, Japan persimmons almonds, English
wilnuls, Japat. chetimute, pecans, and .many other varieties of fruits and nuts. which
are almost certain to flourish hime: while oranges and cit rus rl uits, though not con-
sidered certain yieldlarge return-,e oftcier that they miss.
The Secretary of the Assoliation will give particular attention to an-
swering letters of inquiry, .nd the Blo- will in its answers to correspondents an-
swer a-ll que R EM E M B E R the A.ssociation Landls will be ecobmerf Easy
-T'ernis T6"'ayr, et; iutIpro.e empins Tnri *ir pa-,,J-rr r-~1 *ati.T'la:trior Trifr it grPen
that the work has Leen perlormeil. CORRESPOND EN CE SOLIC ITE.D.
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is of

uTi.es-Lt iLiJn.
The I:Ilne'.t<) is a w,,ndeiful plant.
T'lhee in no pi ait of it that hl a.i ni t
it- u1-e. :l'I isi is in the lOUt, fibel'
in theI leal' ani n ..lii.ciine in tI he fn lt.
Fho- ila i.- co vere',Il \ il! I1 1.; ett,,
Irom ,io e ,ii, t., Hanuthel anid tuirne
yerr herlince, when the full v;ilne of
tll I' 1,'lant i.m klnow n to the world, a
dilll:iti %l % ill l,e created! for its prodtict
Ilhat % ill Li ling iillionis to this
Probaldy the best posted man in
Jacks nville oil thle erits of the saw
paliiietto is J. W. Wellingl(i n, who
manufactures wine and tonics from
the cherries. Mr. Wellington says:
"This plant, conuinon to the south-
ern United States and Mexico, is es-
pecially vigorous along the shores of
the Indian river and on the borders
if stieamns ard inlatinJ ltiks ul Flori-

are among th .To st useful plants
known, and their products hav-. a
mercantile value equaled by few.
The entire plant makes an excellent
fertilizer-equal, if not superior, to
many of the commercial kir.ds sold.
From the root and trunk of the saw
palmetto can be gotten a gum which
is an excellent glue, starch, tftinin,
alkali, a stomachic and an astring-
ent. From the spathe (the undevel-
oped flower stock) palm wine can be
obtained,, the distillate making
arrak. From the flowers the bees
collect a large quantity of excellent
"It is. however, from the berry
that important preparations have
been made of late years which are ii.
demand on account of their curative
value. Though the plant has been
known for a long time, it is, com-
paratively, but recently that it has
had an acknowledged therapeutical
value. The drupe (commonly called
the berry) contains sugar, glucose,
gum, starch, a saline matter, resin,
potash, a coloring matter, a volatile
oil and a fixed oil, and has many
uses. Good beer can be made from
the ripe drupes, which is a stimulant
to the stomach and exhilirating to
the nerves-the distillate of this beer
is excellent brandy. The sugar and
glucose make a syrup which is very

sweet, anti tindoI.q o rIlCiTly graniilfiM'
or ferment. The ashes of the seed
can be used as substitute for salt.
The seeds buin readily, and can be
used as a substitute for coffee, which
(in odor at least) it strongly iesent-
bles. The volatile oil has a power-
ful effect on the brain and nerves,
producing dizziness when one is ex-
posed to the direct fumes; the fixed
oil has a curative value affecting the
mucous membranes of the entire
body. The starch and gum are very
fattening, will increase the flow of
milk, and have been used as a substi-
tute for cod liver oil in consumption.
An acquired taste is formed for the
ripe berries, which are a tonic and
fattening. They taste at first sweet-
ish, followed by an astringent feeling.
This is superceded by a smoothness
extending from nose to throat, re-
lieving catarrh and bronchitis. Per-
sons :.,ho drink the beer or eat many
of t.:e seeds have a happy feeling, are
relieved of mental depression and in-
somnia; their appetite is increased
and they have increased vitality.
"The decoctions, tinctures and
iuid extracts all have prophylactic
and therapeutic value, and will be of
immnnense consequence when sutitilie:,t
knowledge is had uf the different
Saiieties, methods of extracting the
virtues, and the bedt form lor exhi-

"hfiftin. As RM --fTI nery8 boil"
nothing better has been Ifuiund tlihal
tinct. sabal serulata; but so varied
has been the manner of preparation,
and the results of use so peculiar,
that few practitioners are willing to
make positive statements regarding
the efficacy of the drug. Prepara-
tions are in the market as fluid ex-
tracts (saturated tinctures) and com-
p,,unds having sabal for a base.
"The literature relative to this
drug is limited, and confined to desul-
tory articles written for the medical
journals, nearly all within the last
hilf of the present century, and most
of the knowledge of the merits and
usefulness has been discovered and
published within the last twenty-five
years. Dr. Reed, of Savannah, re-
commended the trial of preparations
from the drnpes (giving a detailed
method for the manufacture), advis-
ing the use ia catarrh, and as a sub-
stitute for cod liver oil in consump-
tion; upon which many medical men

which are b(
cal journal tI
Nuarly cver.
atin frlo ,
pie, al. tho i

the if ist xtth
nel'vouis pii
li lutjIg the

Woiuhl leave
miles to re.
the fruit \wa

,, -I

grew very It and active. Again it
w'ts frnd l Iult there were many pla-
cos where i surface water and8 hal-
1,0w well ll healthy to drink,
thunglih loed ('being a red-
,lith l roW e.,jle being exempt
4'ron. fvers, Ithon ugh tie rronid-
ings were h, that lovers would
.seemi to be ldeniic. The probable
reason for is phenomena is terat
the water c itaunb a decoction of pal-
metto, and I thnM. an liitidlte to feb-
Iile afnectio al'.d i. a blowul puiifier
and ve or. The beer adle

water i.i
and 'ln i
maii ke etilc,
te I aLd wa
sexes, aind i
that ment:il
Irt.i at ion
have li\ ed ,
mate. T,
reason, se
ple liv ing i
plenty. TI
eating il a
much alcoh
the vinous
fe rieintati
"Tle ifi
drug have
and air pa
power that
catarrh a
the stlmiac
and digest
(thus aidii
rhlea and
and discu
morbid a;
n IIcUlin ,
reli ef.
atiid hI il,'Ir
an' k., I lr .

"A. a s
the wine
"The e.
and nie vue
ing actioii
a inerv' fo
grow illn i
ter known
general do
and in imn
forces it i
dy that is
glandt, and
middle life
gland, and
tract of b
been no -
even pallh-
use will no
neatly ciir
con equent
p )itant pl
nul ill roul
el. As
in il., action,
. 1,in l t am,
not inlg rel
Ia'o a rea
thia is detI

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Rail ,vay
intend t
Floi ida 1
lpres.,, paa,,
all vestibn
train, at
train t
season iti
tme to 249
from .Jack
and 10 mil
will leave
and arrive
next p. in.

When a
or a gold o
him by nI
"Where di
always a v

have acted with excellent results. the articlea
More and stronger articles have been pose that I
written in Oalifornia and by practi- dierent pl
tioners of the northern states, and

i nI aM'U'THT 1L III
Iattenitg, stimulating
txicatiTng. and has a
Ii rejiuvetnating emacia-
tl-oiut Ipeople ot both
especially beneficial in
diepre.-,ion and nervous
o pecuia r to women who
long ill a tropical cli-
eer, for some strange
unknown to most peo-
places where palmetto is
ongh the beer is intoxi-
legree it does not contaitin
I and soon passes fiom
nto the acetic and putrid
,s, becoming a nasty coin-

cd volatile oils of the
tonic upon tlie mucous
of the alimentary canal
ages, also a recuperative
is well marked, relieving
1 bronchitis, stimulating
increasing the appetite
ve power, augmenting the
action of the intestines
g nature in curing diar-
onstipatiuo), also by tonic
;ient properties expelling
cumuilations of pus and
ten giving instantaneous

of the bladder, lencorrhea
I aillmhnts mittc itn ib ,ei.ali-
. of,.4ionim of tlhte oii? r;a.

|ter adapted to a medi-
ai a Ifamily newspaper.
writer claims a tjiivvt-
Liniued use by o.i poo-
a very small amount of'
;,ct il/l cI inpletl ], curer
iratinl. It wda ioticedl
Said early v ettle:-' that
Hea-,ll wlien [panlnettl,
ripe the villd aiina.llas
klheir range arid travel
hih tlinso places where
pilentil'ul and that they

She Wants to Vote.
Mrs. Sarah B. Cooper. who is presi-
dent of the California Woman Suffrage
Amendment association, is one of the
most prominent womon in political, so-
cial and charitable work in tlo state.
She was the founder of the exteasive

Causes fully half the sickness in the world. II
retains the digested food too long In the boweB
and produces biliousness, torpid liver, ldl-d

gestion, bad taste, coated
tongue, sick headache, in-
somnia, ic. Hood's PPills
cure constipation and all Its .
results, easily and thoroughly. 25. All druggists.
Prepared by C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass.
The only PlUls to take with Hood's Sarsaparilla.

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MRS. SARAH B. cooper.
kindergarten system of San Francisco
and holds the position of president of
the Golden Gate Kindergarten associa-
tion. She was born in Cazenovia, N. Y.,
and her maiden name was Sarah luger-
~t .. .. o ,n:rf l-.htA .

The association of which Mrs. Cooper
is president is making an active cam-
pnign for the suffrage and will hold
meetings in every town in the state.
Susan B. Anthony heads the long list of
speakers, and a well organized literary
bureau does much to promote the can-
General Franklin's Triumph.
General William B. Franklin is the
man who was recently re-elected presi-
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ibtitute for cod liver oil,
pahnol to is a boon to
tracts leave on the brain
1 ,uchi a decided and last-
that it must be considered
d and a tonic that will
fiilneps as it becomes bet-
In nervous prostration,
ility of the old and weak
ired activity of the vital
beyond doubt a reliable
t in the only known reme-
seful in enlarged prostrate
as a majority of men past
have an affection of this
until the use of fluid ex-
.al was tried there had
iown remedy which was
ive, and as a judicious
onlly relieve bnt perina-
this disease, we must
y give this drug an im-
e. L'arts of cure are too
e ,vei looked or ignor-
hrotldiiac it is positive
which is a merit long
ng di ug, as heretofore
able has been know n but
ion and di'tr~eo rctioii
& P, Short Line.
ith of N.'vemiber, the
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& reniStiular it. it.,
on with the Southern
dt the Queen & Crescent,
iume the Cincinnati &
itel, which ,is the train
of baggage, and ex-
ger coaches and sleepers
d. It is a very elegant
lutely the quickest
to Florida. This
osed to shorten the
Srs alndl 20 minutes from
nville, and to 24 hours
ites fron Jacksonville to
The train will leave
it 8:30 a. mn., and-reach
at 5:50 next a. m. It
Jacksonville at 7 p. m.,
t Cincinnati at 7:10 the

Silly QuestLon.
an has lost his pocketbook
ar stud, the question asked
people out of ten is,
you lose it?" And this is
soothing question to the
e if he knew where he lost
t is not reasonable to sup-
would be looking in 40
oes to find it.-London Tit-


Ship Chandlery Salt Fish, Etc. Etc., Etc


American whose works are very popular
in England. He was born in New York
state, and after a varied newspaper ca-
reer was sent to England by the New
York Times as London correspondent.
He has held the position since 1884.
He Is Famous at Twenty-four.
Stephen Crane, the author of that
much talked about book, "The Red
Badge of Courage," is a young man
who finds himself famous at 24. Mr.
Crane is a native of the little town at

Hartwood, N. Y., where he is now liv.
ing on a big farm with his brother, both
of his parents having died some years
ago. After failing to complete a college
course he went to New York, where he
became a reporter and wrote the stories
that have brought him fame.
The most wonderful lake or mineral
water in the world is Lake Owen, CaL
It has a specific gravity of 1.076 and
contains 7,128.24 grains of solid matter
to the gallon. These grains of solid
matter are divided among the various
minerals as follows: Chloride of sodium
(common salt), 2,842 grains to the gal-
lon; sulphate of sodium, 966 grains; car-
bonate of sodium, 2,914 grains. Besides
the above each gallon of the water has
its proportion of sulphate and phosphate
of potassium, silica, aluminium caloi-
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