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Title: Key of the Gulf
Uniform Title: Key of the Gulf (Key West, Fla. 1855)
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VOL. 2-NO. 21 KEY WEST, FLA., SATURDAY, MAY 13, 1876. PRICE 10 GENT


'S.


It used to be so solemn and slow,
Praise to the Lord from men below-
Now it goes like a gallopin' steer,
High diddle diddlol there and here.
No respect to the Lord above,
No more'n ef He was hand and glove
With all the creeturs he ever made,
And all the jigs that ever was played.
Preachin' too-but there I'm dumb,
But I'll tell you what! I'd like it some
Ef good old Parson Nathan Strong
Out o' his grave would come along,
An' give us a stirring' taste o' fire,-
Judgment an' justice is my desire.
'Taint all love an' sickish sweet
That makes this world nor otherr complete.
But law! I'm old! I'd better be dead
When the world's a turning' over my head;
Sperit's talking' like 'tarnal fools,
Bibles kicked out o' deestrict schools,
Crazy creeturs a murderin' round -
y. Honest folks better be under ground.
So fare-ye-well! this airthly scene
Won't no more be pestered by Widder
Green."

MISCELLNAliSEOUS.


struction; he knows no sympathy; ,-
his mission is to slay, irrespective of [From the Alabama Templar.]
position or strength He heeds not .. Colored Ten
n eL better arom a olored T e nz,
the cry of the broken-hearted; it only perance inan.
maddens him to more bloody actions; .
pity's pale face he mocks, and with We give place with pleasure to th
fiendish glee at th sound of sof'row's following, letter from the C
bitter-,' wi ." on e the l-^ Worthy Secret ry of the .Teu


Whto stole the Pig f
In the town of Kennebunk it w
. the custom, many years ago, for ea
family to take turns in killing th
' hogs, so that, by distribution, all cot
have fresh pork the season round.
One individual, who had enjoy
his fresh roast pork, and pork a
bears, having had many of the li
favors showered thick upon hi
thought it no more than right that
should re: urn the compliment to
neighbors.
Meeting a neighbor, Mr. Gill
name, he told him that he thought
should reciprocate; but the grc
trouble was, his pork was only
little pig," and would not go h
round the village. ,
.." Well," said Gill, "Mil tell y
- what to do; you jest kill the pea
critter and hang him outside yo
barn, so that the people will see
and at twelve o'clock to-night you j(
come out and take him in, and swe
somebody stole him-do you see ?"
e Jes so!" says the other; a
straightway slaughtered his pig, a
hung him in view of all passers-by.
At about midnight he went to ta
his defunct squeeler in, when behold
. it was missing !
He went to bed, troubled in mi
and body, but on rising the next mor
, ing went straightway to find Gill, a
the following conversation took plain
Mr. J.-" Gill, my friend, by t
powers, my pig, that I killed yeste
day, was stolen last night !"
Mr. G.-" You don't say so ?-goo
ness me!"
Mr. J.-" Yes; I hung it out on t
barn, and when I went to take it in
found it gone."
Mr. G.-" That's the way! keep
up-keep it up! If I did not kuno
you were lying I'd swear you told ti
truth !"
Mr. J.-" But I tell you, confound
ye! I'm telling the truth. My p
was stole!"
Mr. G.-" That's it! How wonder
ful! You beat the best actor I ev
seen. It's a big joke, by Cain ?"
Mr. J.-" But, d-n it, it's no jot
to me The pig was stolen, and that
Gospel truth!"
Mr. G.-" Well, if you tell all tl
village with such an earnest manne
revery man, *oman, and child wi
surely believe you."
Mr. J.-" Buat I tell you-well, n
matter,"
And Mr. J. left his friend Gill wit
curses loud and deep. It transpire
that Gill was the cruel one who sto
the little pig away.

o umbus, O., lives a little
weazen, dried-up, shabby-looking po
itician, named Joe G--.
He is the best insignificant-lookin
specimen of humanity one would meh
in a long time, but smart as a stec
trap, and any one who takes him for
fool will find himself sadly deceive<
He is notorious for furnishing th
finest specimens of cool impudence o
any man in Ohio.
The following anecdote, illustrative
of this trait of his character, is told o
him:
Some years ago, being in Philadel
phia, he received an introduction to
prominent divine of that eity. Th
reverend gentlemen invited Joe to at
tend his church on a certain Sunday
which invitation was accepted.
They entered the sacred edifice to
gether. It was one of the first church
in the city, and its members were fash
ionable and aristocratic in the ex
treme. The minister put Joe into a;
elaborately furnished pew, well to th
front. Joe nestled comfortably dowi
into one corner of the same, and look
ed about as interesting and contented
as a toad under a cabbage-leaf.
After a while the owner of the pev
arrived, and at once gave signs of in
tense disgust and indignation at the
presence of the interloper. He looked
at Joe, looked at the pew, scowled
magnificently, and finally, after fumb
ling through his pockets some time
drew forth a card and wrote on it with
a pencil :
"This is my seat, sir !" and, with
an air of the loftiest contempt, tossed
it over to Joe.
The latter took it up, read it with
lamb-like meekness peculiar to him-
self, and then, with the most delight-
ful coolness, wrote in renPly:
It's a devilish good seat.! Whi
rent do you pay ?" and tossed the card
back to its owner.
The latter took it, looked at it with
the most profound astonishment a
minute or two, and then a broad grin
overspread his countenance.
He evidently enjoyed the sublime
brass and coolness of his new acquaint-
ance, and when service was over he
approached Joe, apologized for his
rudeness, invited him to his house,
gave him the best he had, and treated
him with the utmost respect and con-
sideration during his sojourn in the
city.
How smiling and hopeful all the
doctors look now. Cucumbers and


watermelons are drawing near.
Dr. Bailey, in an article published
in Forest and Stream, asserts that
' the rattlesnake is the most sluggish
of the snake family." Oh, doctor, he
s slow but strike-ingly sure.
The Courier-Journal says: "If Mr.
Bayard expects to be the' next Presi-
lent of the United States he must
top writing spring poems."
The Courier-Journal speaks of Mr.
B.'s spring poems" as though they
weoe aa numerous as spring chickens
,nd as if they might B-a-yard long.
Out in Kansas lately they rode a
man five miles on a rail for beating
is wife with a club. Good for him :
man of sense wouldn't have taken
anything larger than an ax-helve or a
oe handle.


CUBA LOD CE, No. 15,
I. 0. 0. V.
SMeets every Wednesday evening,
BRA at their Lodge Room, at 8 p m.
.J' J. FIOUBOA, N.G.
E. PARODI, V. G.
C. M. CBSPEDKs, Sec.
Key West, Jan 22, '76. 1y.
St. Michael's Lodge No. IS30.,
of thle G. U. O. of O. F.
Meets every second and fourth Mon-
day Evening aat 8 P. M. at their Lodge
Klom, in Thomas-st-reet.
Jno. J. Finlayson, N. G.; Chas. R.
Adams, V. G. Rebt. Gabriel, N. r, R.
W. Batler P. S.
July 3rd, '75


Ur. J0OSEiPH li OTTO,
Druggist and Chemist,
Fancy Goods, Stationery, &G.,

Bodies E almse ad forwarded to Friends.
Physicians' Prescriptions accurately
prepared at all hours of the day or night.

Dr, J. V. V. R. PLUMER.
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
OFFICE, Simonton St. one door
above Fleming.
Key West, Jan. 1st. '75 ly.

CHAS. W. TIFJT,

Civil Engineer,
-s AND:-

COUNTY SURVEYOR.
Leave orders at the office of
A. F. & C. TIFT.
Key Wost, Jan. 1, '75 ly.


UNITY LODGE,
No. I I, I. O. Good Templars.
Meets every Saturday at 7 P.M., at
Good Templars Hall.
Wm., BTHzL., W. C. T.
GOo, L. BArTLUx. W. S,
/ Organized Nov'r5 23rd, '74.
Wm"YKey West, Feb'y, 27, '75. ly.
RISING STAR LODGE,
No. 20, I, O. Good Templars.
Meets every Tuesday at 7 P. M., at
their Hall.
!inT. RoBERTS, W. C. T.
Mrs. M. L. SAUVNDEs, W. S,
Key West, Sept, 9th, '5. ly,


AUSTRAL LODGE, No. 18,
Knights of Jericho.
Meqts every Tuesday evening, at
their Lodge Room, at 7 p. m.
H. A. xAE. S. K. C.
M. Jmmsor, S. K. V. C.
S. L. BaocKwAY, S. K. S.
Key West, Jan. 22, '76.

C"ITY. MAP.
HE"New Maps of the City are now
Steady for sale. Price, plain, $2.00
ountwed and colored $5.00.
SApply at the office of
A. P. & C, TIFT.
TOey7'.t, a.. 1, '7 f


of dark despair, and b T" ,
e, To-day, while 'in are dreaming, der among t co ored people, aif
1- idling, or moanin, and lamenting doing much good for them in a n
over pigmy evils, he is silently, un- ber of States:
ig ceasmingly drawing the vitality from To the Editor of The SunnySouth t
et the heart of our country. The weal- D.> cSi,--Having noticed in your
el thy he wins with smiles. The poor paper some communications in regard
a e beguiles.. To the sad he proffers to the temperance work among the
Sconsolation, and to the wrecthed for- colored people of the Southern States,
ae getfulness of their degradation. He instituted through the instrumental.
of is all things to all men, and no respect- ty of the Independent Order of Good
er of persons, and yearly he bears his Templars, I have taken the liberty to
re t h o u s a n d s t o t h e t o m b H e i s c o n r e q u e s t t u s e o f y o u c o l m n t o
vF ** ,,T.i i ,request the use of your columns to
of giving at the destruction of our loved add my testimony to the splendid
ones. They are exposed to his wiles, achievements of the United Order of
1- and they are in danger so long as he True Reformers. This society is prov-
a is allowed at large to roam, covered ing a blessing to the colored people
e as his hideousness is, by custom's and races here in the Old Dominion
t- robe, and fashion's costly garments. State.
, And unless we work more earnestly, James G. Thrower, of your city, te
toil -more fearlessly, some whom we James G. Thrower, of your city, the
- love perchance will fall beneath his General Superintendent, who has done
s cruel power.--Templar & Gazette. so much to firmly plant the order
s here and elsewhere, Colonel J. J.
I- Hickman, D. W. J. Points, the Grand
I- t An old man in an almhouse Worthy Chief Templar of the Good
n in Bristol, stated that for forty-six Templars of this State, and the Good
e yearshespenta sixpence adayfordink, Templars in other Southern States,
n but was never intoxicated. A gentle- merits the thanks and well wishes of
c- man who heard this statement was the colored people of the South and
d somewhat curious to ascertain how the entire country forthe nobleefforts
much this sixpence a day, put up by they have put forth for their elevation
w the year atfive per cent. compound in- and future success in life. I think, if
- terest, would amount to in sixty years. our people can be left to follow their
e Putting down the first year's saving- own inclinations, it will take but little,
d three hundred and sixty-five sixpences to induce them to connect themselves
d -nine pounds eleven shillings and everywhere with this institution of
- sixpence sterling, he added the inter- temperance and humanity, and live up
, est and went on, year by year, till he to its teachings until it shall redound
h found that the sixtieth year the six- to their amelioration in the future
pence a day reached the startling sum from the terrible curse of sin, intern,
h of three thousand two hundred and perance and politics. /
I twenty-five pounds, nineteen shillings I am proud to say to our rien
and nine pence; over sixteen thousand that we, as an order, are sweepnte
SJudge of the old man's surprise country. Our success is marv' r
- when told that had he olsaved hin's surprisex- beyond conception. May the time
- when told that bad he saved his six- soon come when the great combined
pence a day, and allowed it to accumu- soon come wr en tr e grat combined I
f late at co ipouad interest he might emperanuep army shall prevail over i
i late it eoipoun-ndinterest, hd 'night fhe land and'ysea, and may not one b~e
now have been worth the above sum. lheft to advocate Bacchus or King Abe ,
So instead of seeking refuge in an cohol. Itsay to advocate Bacchus or King As
almhouse, he might have comforted diers, down with the wine-cuphtian sop
himself with a house and fifty acres with the banner of temperance, res-p
of land, and have left a legacy among pectabilityh ebanner of dperance, res-morality.
his children and grandchildren, or
use it for the welfare of his fellow Our State Grand Fountain is mak-
men. ing rapid progress, and the subordi,
nate Fountains are having accessions
Work for the Good Templars. daily, and the cryis, "stillthey come."
WThe following stirring words are e ask the friends of temperance to be
The following stirring words are firm on the whole line; and above, all
taken from an Essay read before Har- things, we should remember that our
mony Lodge, Augusta Ga., by Miss work is a life-work, and it requires
MAMIE T. McDoNOUGH, W. V. T.: time, patience and perseverance to ac-
"We may be able to form a more complish all things.
correct idea of the grandeur and glory I expect to see the day when the
of the Independent Order of Good banner of the True Reformers will
Templarism, by glancing at the work float in glorious triumph over Europe,
of the enemy. How many thousands Asia, and Africa. Proud am I to state
of young men there are to-day, in that our order here is composed of
whose bosom once burned the noblest some of the best material among our
and holiest of aspirations; but this people. We are gratified for what
demon diverted them from the path of the Southern Good Templars are do-
rectitude, and made them a blight ing for us, and I feel safe in pledging
upon society, when they might have our whole order to their standard a
become ornaments. How many young all times when our feeble efforts- tehc!
men there are, who start out in life be needed.
with bright prospects of a glorious We are very anxious to organize a
future, his health robust, his heart Supreme Fountain this year, that we
proudly beating to the God speed" may be enabled to work more effect.
of his friend; no blood of shame ting- ally; and I hope the General Super-
es his cheek, no frown mars his noble intendent, who seems so much devoted
brow; he already revels in the glory, to the temperance work, will attend
honor, and good deeds that will be. to this matter as so6n as it is possible
his before very long; but alas! '*.f. hhim to do so.
tastes the "social cup," and in many,'. I am, respectfully, -
very many instances tendered him by W. I4T.L. CoDs,
those he loves, and against whom he G. W. S. Gr. Fountain U. 0.,T. R ofVa.


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has no power of resistance! You can
easily imagine the result; he soon
wanders about a poor, pitiable, if not
a despicable object; goneis his health,
gone ie-his sense of shame, gone are
all his noble and lofty aspirations,
gone are the good deeds he might -
have done! He dares not, with pois-
oned breath, his inflamed eyes, his
bloated features, meet his friends of
former days; he cannot bear to think
of his aged parents, his brothers and
sisters; for instead of being a staff
for that old mother to lean upon in
her declining years, is hastening her
to an early grave; in fact, he dare not
think what might have been, he cares
for nothing, he grasps the poisoned
cup, and in it he seeks to drown re. -
morse. r11
curses the da y that ae him birth,'i
.curses his friends, 'and finally -'< --
his Creator, and dies that most" hor-
rible of all deaths, a drunkard's death,
fills a drunkard'se grave, and end in
being cast into a drunkards FYI.
Brothers and sisters, this is not
over-drawn picture; alas! it is on
too real. There are thousands an
tens of thousands of such casesto-da
in our land, some of them coming un-
der our own personal observation.
How many poor, unhappy wives in
our land to-night are slowly passing
away, with broken hearts, waiting
patiently for a little manifestation of
that love and affection once promised
them at the foot of God's holy -altar !
how many thousand children there are .
who dread to hear the approacing--r
footsteps of their once loved father,
knowing that he has no approving
smile or blessing for them! all, all
caused by this demon of intemperance.
How glorious, then, must be the cause
that struggles to prevent that father
from entering-upon that road of des,
truction ; and evein-ifp-erc`E`anc
should have started upon that terfibNI_
road, to assist him in opening his eyes/
to the horrible consequences which/
will inevitably follow if he pursue his
journey. That noble cause is ours;
we endeavor to give this poor man
sufficient strength to resist tempta-
tion; to stand up as a man before hia
fellow-men, and to repair the evil habe
has done; in short, to approachli-e-
goal of their youthful ambition.


- 0 ETR Y.


Good Templar's Corner.


Widder Green's Last Words
|I'm going' t die!" says the Widder Green,
"I'm goin' to quit this airthly scene;
BIt ain't no place for me to stay
i k B B BIn such a world as 'tis to-day.
Such works and ways is too much for me.
I I illiliifi li i. Iliif .l lNobody can't let nobody be,
M The girls is flounced from top to toe
E stab lish e in lj5 6 " An' that's the hull o' what they know.
E stab lish ed i 1 The'men is made on bonds an' stocks,
Swearin' an' shooting' an' picking' locks,
Corner of Front and Fitzpatrick streets, I'm real afraid I'll be hanged myself
HIS House is weekly receiving from New York, such supply of Clotl Ef I ain't laid on my final shelf.
ing as to exhibit a first-class Stock of There ain' t a creetur but knows to-day
I never was a lunatic any way,
MEN'S-AND BOYS' CLOlTHIN, HATS &AC. But .tnee crazy folks all go free
A carefully selected assortment of new and elegant A- dreadful'afraid they'll hang up me!
another matter that's pesky hard-
FAL & !ST gO DSgo into neighbor's yard

FALL & WINTER GOODS,How be you?' borry a pin
t what the paper'll have it in.
At prices lower than ever before offered in Key West. Please call al 'We're pleased to say the Widder Green
examine. JOHN J. DELANE Took dinner a Tuesday with Mrs. Keene,
Key West, Jan. 1, '7 Or Our worthy friend Mrs. Green has gon
vey West, Jan. 1, '75. Down to Barkhamstead to see her son,'
Great Jerusalem! can't I stir
X Y ork Without a raisin' some feller's fur ?
C O H N GT R There ain't no privacy,-so to say,
1 I\ N|^ TI.No more than if this was the Judgment day
CLOT I G STORE And as for meetin'-I want to swear
Whenever I put my head in there-
--RESH Arrivals of Clothing, Furnishing Goods, Why even Old Hundred's spiled and done
1L Hats, Caps, Trunks, Valises, Like everything else under the sun;


Song of the Water Tippler.
;Oh! water for me, bright water for me,
And wine for the tremulous debauchee-
It cooleth the brow, it cooleth the brain;
It maketh the faint one strong again;
It comes o'er the sense, as a breeze from the
sea,
All freshness, like infant purity.
So water for me, bright water for me,
Give wine, give wine to the debauchee.
Fill to the brim, fill to the brim,
Let the flowing crystal kiss the rim;
My hand is steady, my eye is true,
For I, like the flowers, drink nought but
dew,
Oh water, bright water's a-mine of wealth.
So water foi me, bright water for me,
Give wine to the tremulous debauchee.
Fill again to the brim, again to thebrim,
For water strengtheneth life and limb;
To the days of the aged it addeth length;
To the mind of the strong it addeth strength;
It freshens the heart, it brightens the sight,
'Tis like quaffing a goblet of morning light.
So water, pure water, I'll drink only thee,
Thou parent of health and energy.
When o'er the hills like a gladsome brido,
Morning walks forth in her beauty's pride,
As leading a band of laughing hours,
She brushes the dew from the nodding
flowers;
Oh cherrily then my voice is heard,
Mingling with that of the soaring bird-
As he flingeth abroad his matin load,
And freshens his wing in the cool spray
cloud.
But when evening hath quitted her shelter-
ing yew,
And, drowsily flying, is weaving anew
Her dusky meshes o'er land and sea,
How gently, O sleep! fall thy poppies on
me-
For I drink water, pure, cold, and bright,
And my dreams are of heaven the live-long
night.
Hurrah for thee, water, hurrah, hurrah!
Thou art silver and gold, thou art riband
and star,
Hurrah for thee, water, hurrah, hurrah!


REGISTER IN BANKRUPTCY.
So. Dist. Fla.
Key West, Nov., 20, '75. ly.


M. A. CRANE. Editor and Proprietor.
C. S. *BYNOLDS, Assoeate Editor.


W. C. MALONEY, Jun.,
-AL'ty zt 3C~.&zwv
AND
Solicitor in Chancery,
KEY WEST FLA.
Key West, Jan. 1, 75 ly


Rates of Official and Legal Adver-.
Ai-'stmenta, 41 00 per Square.
f Common Bates as follows :

1 A mn 1 WK I no .3 40 6 1M 0 0 w
One Column 1 Yer ............ $100 00
One hsl do. fio ............... 60 00


G. BOVNE PATTERSON.

ATTORNEY AT LAW
AND
NOTARY PUBLIC.
I Will practice in the U. 8. and
State Courts.
Key West Jan. 1, '75 ly


Island Chapter No. 91.


HMeets at the Masonic
Hall every second and
fourth Wednesday, Even-
ings of each month, at 72
o'clock.
Visiting companions cor-
dially invited to attend.
I J. FOGARTY, H. P.
GEORGE B. PHILLIPS.
Secretary.
Key West, Dec. $1, '75. tf.


EUGENE O. LOCKE,
A.t'L At 1-maW,,
AND


Or, in fact, anything and everything pertaining to fitting out t
human form divine, remember, that our

FALL & WINTTE ltOOD
Is now ready for inspection, and never was morG complete or better,
selected than now.

CLOTHING AND FURNISHING GOODS to fit and suit every Man
and Boy in this Community.
As for PRICES, we will not back water" to any other House in the lai
LOW PRICES, GOOD GOODS,
SQUARE DEALING, POLITE TREATMENT,
Im s our ol cdto S!
Comne and See us, and we will do yoii Good.


U. S. Commissioner.
Wi" ill practice in State and
County Courts.
Key West, Jan. 1, '75. ly


1;


DADB LODGE No. 14.
P. A A. M.
Meets at their Hall on the lot and
3rd Wednesdays, at 71 o'clock.
L. W. BETHEL, W. M.
A. BROST, Secty.
Sept. 18th, '75. ly.


AAt y. evt Mm.avc
Wn wil practice in U: s. State
and County Courts.,
Key West, Jan. 1st, '75 ly.


MOUNT ORCIAII LOGE.
No. 18, F. & A. 1M.
Meets at their Lodge Room on Thomas
Street, on 1st and 3rd Mondays, and lst
awi 3rd Fridays, each month
JAMS SBRACKErLFORD, W. M.
RODEuIC A. GRAHAM, Sec'y.
Key West, Nov. 6, '75. 3m.


ANJUEL GOVIN,

Attorney Pt Law.
KEY., VEST, FLA.,
OFFIcE DUVAL STREET.
Will practice in State & County Courts.


Vours, Clothligly.


Key Wes', January 1, '75


No Compromise.


SW. AY.3L-,,
5.


Temperance men, do not compro-
mise. Show no relaxation of effort.
Give no quarter. Our foe means de-


Key West Encampment, No. 5.

Meets at Odd FVellows
+ Hall on thq 2nd and 4th
Fridays, at 8 P. M.
SE. O. Lor-., -~
tI ,




O. 0. F.
KEY T LODGE. No. 13:
Meets at Odd Fellows Hall every
MoXday at 8 P. M. Jos. Y. Porter,
N. G., W. D. Cash, V. G., E. O. Locke,
B. Set'y.
Key Wet, Jan. 23, '75. ly.


i. O. G1Y*NN.
NOTARY PUBLIC.
Corner of Front & Anua streets,
KEY WTEST FLA.,
KQ Nest Jan. 2, '75. tf.
. ,i.f.

G F. !'.
C-ftv'


t


A Previous Understanding.
,ggt jr -a'fo ) about
id crawled ont of a cas
ence life anew, entered one
otels, and, waiting at the counter
intil the clerk was at liberty, he
asked:
Is this ab hotel ?"
Yes, sir," was the reply.
Good living, good beds, and the
most courteous attention ?"
Yes, sir."
Well," said the stranger, after a
long look at a railroad time-table, I
Spppose you don't trust?"
"No, eir."
Wouldn't let a man stay here four
or five days until something turned
up?"


3F'ronp t Street-
HE undersigned keeps always on hand, and receiving weekly
S York, a large supply of

GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS.
Consisting of
FINE CASS. SUITS, WINTER GOODS, FINE SHIIMT, &c.,


with all the essentials for a genteel outfit.
lats, in every style,
BOOTS AND SHOES, great variety,
TRUNKS, VALISES, UMBRELLAS, CANES, &C.,
Toilet Soaps, Pomades, Cologne, Hair Oils, Extracts, &c.,
All of which will be sold at the lowest Cash prices.


"No, sir."
That's what I wanted to know.-
I always like to have an understand-
ing about such things, for if anything
makes me mad it is to have a great
big hotel clerk jump in on me and
kick me down stairs on account of my
straitened finances."
"y ou'd better find some other
place," suggested the clerk.
0, I shall," replied the stranger.
"The outside of this hotel seemed to
Ssmile a welcome at me, but, as I said
before, my present policy is to get
along without being kicked. I've got
mental feelings as well as anybody
else, and I'm getting so worn in flesh
that a mere common grand bounce
from a healthy hotel clerk upsets me
a whole day. Farewell, young man;
don't bile any extra taters for me."


L


SCall and see


J*. II. ~EATHERIFOkD. '


1


INLAND CITY LODGE,
No 9, 1.0. G00D TEMPLARS.
Meets every Monday at 7- P.M., at
Good Templars Hall.
R. J. PIRRt, W. C T,
J. V. HA'RIS, W. S.
Organized May 16tl, '74.
Key West, May 1st. '75. ly,


0-_
For Fun.
Mr. Dawson, of Baltimore, expend-
id a very large amount of money in
building the navy of the Republic of
Texas, and after the passage of the
com promise measures,r 1850, giving
,t -x.- :n millions ot dollars, he
was a regular attendant at the sessions
of the Legislature, endeavoring to get
his claim allowed. He was a most
genial gentleman, and laughed louder
and longer at his own or anybody else's
jokes than any other man in Austin.
There was living near him an old
land locator and surveyor, named Bart
Sims, whose loud and hearty laugh
was a by-word.
9 Some wags on one occasion got the
two together, and made bsts on the
Result of their laughing powers, all of
which was kept secret from the parties.
Of course there was plenty of wine
(or something stronger) and good
stories, and Dawson. and old Bart
roared. Finally, when the night-cap
was drunk, t Cwo were informed of
the bet, and ivue crowd decided that
Dawson had won, as he had laughed
the loudest, the longest, and the hearti-
est. Old Bart was at first a little crest-
Whe fallen, but recovered his good humor
le- by remarking:
tyi "It is all right, gentlemen; but
,00 there is this difference: Dawson is
tO laughing for a million, and I am only
laughing for fun."
Ky. That brought down the house.

T" .he rich," said a Dutchman, eat
II-V-8 venison because ish deer. I eat mut-
^. ton because ish sheep."
.t Man.-" Do you think it would be
[ safe for me to cross this pasture ?"
eh Maid.-" Well the old bull don't
like red very much, bat if you will ;
Schalk your nose he won't attack you." ]
W +


CAPS,


TRUNKS and VALISES,


Which we offer to the Public at greatly reduced prices, as follows :
Working Pants, from $1.25 to $2.00. Black Pants, from $3.00 to $7
Casimers, from $3.00 to $6.00. Vests, $1.50 to $3.50
Black Frock Coats, from $7.00 to $14.00. Suits, from $4.00 to $15.


Auc~otionaeeris.

G. G. WATSON, J. H. COLEMAN.

WATSON & COLEMAN.

AUCTIONEERS,
-:AND :-
COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
Have established themselves in the
above business on
Front Street, opposite Louvro Hotel,
where consignments will be sold at the
best advantage.
Key West, Jan. 1, '75. tf


CW Dn A0
xw B. CASHx
AUCTIONEER & COM. MERCHANT,
Personal attention to Sales,
and ample room for storage..
Key West, Jan. 1, '75. ti

E. O. GwYr, GEO. B. PHILLIPS,


WYN &PHILLIPS,

AUCTIONEERS.
FRONT STREET,
Key Vc.st,
Fla.
Personal attention given to all Con-
signments. I *
Best prices obtained, and prompt
returns-OUR MOTrto.
*'-i *. *-Key est, Jan. ], 75. tf.


OF ALL DESCRIPTION NS.
We have the largest Stokeh of SIHIIRTS, from 75 ets. to $2
All Goods wan-anted as represented, eall and examine for yourself.-
4C~w3E=?L^3ns--rT3M.4.TJ3fE e, OC
Front-Street, Opposite the Post Office
Key West, Fla., January 30th, '75.


oFOR THEATICAL
IVor X S LECTURERS, ,EX-
VA L UAB L E CITY HIBITIONS, .
RESIDENCE and Lot on ....
Simonton Street, containing six 9IO RE N Tw
rooms, with bath-room, kitchen, &c., -lHE lower story of
fitted up in complete order, and now S Templar's Hall, in a
occupied by the undersigned. For sirable part of the c
particulars or terms, apply to calculated to seat from, ',
Wx. D. CASH. to 1000 persons. IApply
Key West, Aug. 14, '75. tf. Committee, or this office.-
SKey West, Aug. 14, 75.
Beatty'sPARLOR
Beatty's ORGANSITY LOTS FOR SAL
The best and most lasting parlor organ ESIR.-BLE City Lots, on
now in use. No other parlor organ has corner of Grinnell, Picker
ever attained the same popularity. Sand Virginia Strmets, will se sold
stamp for circular and for terms to deal- a bargain.
era. Agents wanted everywhere. Ad- Apply to ALFRED BROST,
dress, DANIEL F. BEATTY, store of Mes-rs. Fogarty & JohnsOn.
Washington, N. J. Key West, Sept. 4th '75.


FLORIDA.-pOTFOO


=~II_


INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS.


1


PROFESSIONAL.


THE
]MY OF THE GULF,
PUBLISHED
EVERY SATURDAY MORNING,
Orricz on GREENE STREET.
Tems of subwerlptiona, 3 a year.
Invariably In Advance.


W. C. MALONEY,

AT TiR()INEY LAW
-:AND:-


Depot of Ready Made


APOTHECARIES' HALL.


Key West, July 1, '75.


CLOTHING STORE
FRONT STREET, OPPOSITE POST OFFICE




Made expressly for Key West Market, also a full line of
MEN'S FURNISHING GOODS, BOOTS, SHOES, HAT




r--IIPJ


_~____


~E~bn3~t~3Prr*G;rUL~baBPa~LWr*Y~II~~Y.f


Political Obituary.
Died May 10th, at 9:30 P. M., after
a long lingering illness "Bombastes
the Great."% The severe (loses of un,
palatable medicine administered to
him by the Key of the Gulf, were so
nauseating as to eventually cause his
demise. Requiescat ii pace.

War Delartment,
SIGNAL SFErvic, U..S. AmTy.
Division of Telegrams and Reports for
the benefit of Commerce and Agriculture.
M-t.oin lorf:cal R'.,rord, '1,.y 12, ` 7. 16 A.M.
(Obsor'vatiois t,,ken at tfli same moment
of time at all stations.) Key West, Fla.
1ilght of B-ixom.Aer, 30,11 Clh-ing, in
last. 8 hiours-,03 Thergioipeter 76 Chmngi
in last 24 hours,, xl R1 ltive H midlt, y
76 Wind Dire-tion, N. NS.- Velocity
miles ptr hour. 9 Preissre U\a. p.r
Pquaro foot. ,40 Force reduced to
Beaiuort Scale. F]esi. Amount. ,f uv-
per Awal,1 TonT1t-per et'hud-s inovinq 'crmi
S. W & N. E. Amount of lover clouds 0
Rain-fv,.il i l .Iat 8 boura 0 Min, T.iTor.
73 ti.-te, o '"-V : i -r Cle-i *
iAILE1 J. SAE.LE,
f,,;-!.V R^' i.'r. o. U. S ._A

-- R A T A T 10 ,
E N T E RTATTT &. f MEN T,

PUPILS OF .THC YENT.
,l -.'. -, 17' ,.ns uitj -


T-solvcd, That the proN.
meeting be published in tbe *T
St papers.
here b, ing no fur" er business the
ting adjourned.
Signed) WVINIR BETHEL,
Chairman.
gx. D. C-ksn,
Sec'y.


F. N. WICKER,
Collector of Customs.
14TMVi M A V V< A T %I


bear it, poor man he had better physid
hiniself.--Do .......In Columbia county
he farmers are shipping their early
pot'ctoes to Western and Southent
-Aries, whieh are said to bebetter mar,
;etsthanNorthern points....To jndg-
fromu the vawst quantities of vegetables
of every description brought in town
for sale, it would seen that tegeta,
bles thrive here, equally a(s well with*
out rain as with it.
OFFICE OF COMPTROLLer,
TALLAHASSEE, FLA., April 10, 1876.
T0 COLLECTOE3 AND ASSESSRS : %
There are nearly $40,000 of
Written Com:ptroller's Warrauts and,
Treasury Certificates, issued between
January 1, 1868, and July, 1871,
which have never been presented at
the Treasury for payment, and it is
very'desirable that their present loca-
tiow should be known. I therefore
request you to maLke diligent enquiry
of every oIone in your county likely to
have State &SYrip in his possession, and
ascertain if any of these Warrants can
be found, and inform me 4s soon as
possible of the result of your inveati-
gtltion.
C. A. COWfILL, Comtroll,-


--- ----- ;, _.-.. [ i^e e t<> IExltiu." T~eleraphIC .WS. PHILADELPHIA, llth.-Reception by way e; neither (io the agod understand bling in Mass, as h-as been heretofore ;
Sl e to 1 .p ,f iJul E p a^t." In asserting so dogm initially so be it
/.,.,- .. .., President omait, ed, he was fatiguea--one Thl
, : ^-'" ..... .J: : i Th a S,:and Tibne prOnises to [ PHILADIA, iay 8.---1i a mDct- of the meost wv.si- sceles of the day, that sc eeslty-That we call upon all Roroe
,. ".:%, "-. .-2 .:. .,J ;,, ,i .of th'!ciLizen., i twifsrvcsolvt,d tQre- -- '.;.: a .. gi'a s y t, THE KEY OF TFE C~L~ Vi- .te led ha we ot u n a l o o
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.... ... ,., ,ra th -, .7I-0-F I0 .. .. e..*e notkd ta d wyailr-inge tra e, regard as at. fi uso Ricnr thus openenn, oue righ.ts a,-. .wsr, e ae wli g to c m aec r
0,fidllrm.Ir MOI01O0 o ltnv, 1" ... .. / Q,,,.. .o.f :s d.-ty Iiard sound was heard whic gave 1t" .piption lists to-dy with any paper in h chairman her t.
__2 ........................... -lt and o hC equally Ifgantt Tames, If CI ke ? ,eletd n- S. Sinttr. to understand tha1 the great engine was th "mda, and i doig so, we wil! .DECE3PEDES. T
n 7.:n B"^'tannPreprletor: war has actually boca declared, and Nv Y~nx. May 8.--Specil from about to move-tho monstrous 70 ton promistost emsn ona Secretaryns T,
"" '-"...." ... ....." ihssies of such w,-ht aud char'c- Chicago s..ays, Cster is e route for his fly-wheel began slowly toaturn and k grad- oidef beand old pper.ol
andopeed he alvs, henat on a h e s anr. e whallingt as hto compare .......1. sILT _L-= old

>A<*. a. RBI.IiOI.S, Aseeate '_ "b .cmmnd d.: laied lren by Sheridan, ually increasing in rapi,!ity, until it wan aow be nd in ie of ou being so Colei
.. .... ~... 2_2 : -- :--~ -= == ter tire to be tl.rcwnt, our An-ociate ,. i,,t:-,..ti.,', f;c,, Washington. going at full speed. General Hawley u fn they are reasonable thfy o11 wil so lefto
eATURDAY, MAY 18. 187. declines ha\vi!,g "nvthini to do with German .itrvi'j.ii LA, "ixend,'nit Citizens stalrt,,t the Hurrah, which was taken up submit to this test, or forever keep silent
. . . . : -.,--- s h a s I ,) ti, n u-. i u n i t i o n -iso c ibtt i i i : si; i r c: >, i;i o d ;n < .u n 1 ) y t l m u l t i t u d D e a f e n i n g e c h o e s a bhout e r n i l a t i o n 8th i
-- -. .C. c s I l i a O cilon g a ,,f ^ t ^ C ln nls 3 1O l- taiaveCn nel t h r o u g h t h e ha ll, s e t t in g t h e 'I f in d -Lt c h inn a p o "io n o f a s e n te n c e
-Aro its learnf arthl whivelh appeared inhe
W'-Weluav% n:ttlearnedttCapt. of th:.t Kort, a id is enitir,ei-, nne-i i'S'i cloca1. (n Suou, whe ail l.ti ,con- vast nruobr of wheels iuarticle wih fpper- in our
%T,,lAy ba8 ( ^ <1 an extort lou of ..,aintud with tlhe u:,c of any crnit e i trarv t) the sirit of the Dechfrat -.u of b.,l l r;, g il r l( which t0.ll thievworld clumn -s in n rgarl t this towni -written i Th
th e t~ for e r-n t o f S 1 ... ... .. { ln-] bec .....d d the lhbcr.a t , of t ht h,, C ent enn1al E xhibiion was tair- t',n' of tintt he or someil ___ph_ wiho watfa
the t2imel for carrying the U. ,S.,M-il for \uhich it wouldt be suite,]|.'t ....ir for tli t wIM ,1 dillse L m u t Of Sgorme copi r-3 _who. ... ..... .. .
fro m K ey W e t to e .d a r K ey , to O c- S crio uw ,y n o w N o a :ik, V bh at is :tll 1I g.ry W t e o s tate tt .t p eeo ns ,' inst.,
S11..CT.ON, Maty 8.--,enkia andl CONSTANTINOPLE. 801.--50 pcrso~ns Iein i~wx,:uusablo in a schiool-bov, the Edit- AppleM.t 1.186
t Terhnis. 'rhiowrgive ample time this fuss about ? Sir-1ply th.ii.s: n0e Hoar on beli,-lf of tho manag-rs of Im- who took part in the riot at Salonica, 1r of tlle NFY nzcantto signify any sympa- .........-..------. T
9* maltg new contracts, Niithott of the editors of the 7Pribuw paotc wachinent addrei>S'n:ite. Kn.tL and aln'e l- arrested, thy with their idleas of Tampa, or thought
$ing any break in the serviec atkl')g an article for tht e ,'m-'l Bl~"t- ackn NN*Iona when the quCsi,, o jurTins- PHILADE:LPHIA, 12.-U3>0,000 people at to eonildemn us with oiir own words; we sailvd
of Black THSl IShtt theX Fr,;Ien W IH,,11
a e n n i a l W e a t h e r d n t y m u st- c l e t h a t l i kee d u s t y b a r d W h o s a e t o p ot 'S"a y V i a t l i k e" t h el" b aV l T w o s a e.t
li 'wseacat i- zn .101 ito wl ed~ r ie.ele,-iW an ass,' it is a follow-feelinz thant Cal
SLh westen coast, nigazie uM.tlly rireul^t.l rnong I dtction will bildelrui.ic.i. LONDON, 12th.--Ralonica outrage pro- iaJ^'hhm so wondrous kind; and while .in ern
fll Lattf ndvico.fcom) Wfclugton those whn are se-.i.-a information in Don Peo a atl n RUAt'hl, meditated. The Consuls except British we do ot propose to bLeoipe sponsor for v for
o6y_ ; rilardt itir is --ar Wrt d KI.Ns.s, 3ayR---;nprocedrntedrain3 had warned Governor and Porte. Plot. such 1. people, wLv are still willing to instruct for N
for th "The. Pre%.dqu titaill cain muc di, hion st, Cal
duty to '.etotlonar 1 l ot egto a l.r^renao.no o fo the paK.t t\o ays. eau~in' ruch discovered Constantinoplh, of which them s an act of charity."'
daetti consular mid diplo- teted a ra:nrepren(:. I of o( da-a and Jlay to ratilioad.'. D,,rv;tt Pacha was head. 'nie French We felt the shock, and sank into"""--sam,
matie bill, shoulld it pass it it came conut-, ," cdculated to rcilcct JE:Rs Cnv.v 8,-.At,.rri!)ecxplo- and German governments demand guar- Where Advertishlu Cotracto a b Luie
-l w,ne c'asela obtoi neie -,sNCiy"fi or!loo i- e~a Will Bro. Go-.L step to thewo vrtn Ctrm anbmd.
fro m dl i H otw-. Hl e i very carneat inu ,ua uly upon 11'l p1.1 of tile l;tdtte. 8i'n occurred in theiagazinieoft tD ,Jle- antees against similar Outrages.
|t ld f declaration that it would b That aartic le \:: .s p nl)ls hcd iu t he f ar L tw man & IVs ytern R. it. Co., f---t Sront' Oa
.. ,.f,'omll giant oow,ler & glyc.w'hae, sit:.1tted Dtlhto gitSaoPo WToL~zeGhvn ek
b et t r to w it hd raw foreign n rep resen t- Tr ibui e, w ithip u at tu r w hic h on Lh u 1o1n : 1o 1 and bnirw of th e p :illi- D riCt S. r TEe S ch'n? i zzie G ., h i g we- p
betrt re hat wt d a~eni uf 'inh m under cir- re d rdt e ril c b et o a le Csde. Great dam gl dn e.0 IYU-117S in- ut "t .X O aU I T n.completed takl nii in her cargo, is Qx- prov(
t.1re somea two ieoil,,.4 fror e ei on It The Treasury Department has sen KEY OF THE GUL," pected to sail to-day, for Philadelphia. and
"itotmes provided by this bill.-- When we ni:ild2y referred to tho mat- wa1 beard oor New Yotk. the following correspondence to the As u are ", hulepndentin all things," WW The wrecking Stmr. B. & T. popu
A.tery Fish, it is undel-4tood, Bane- ter, cxplaini'g the error, and askcd CHICAGO, MAay 8.-Terrificstorm with House of Iepresentatives for such ac- wl l a ll heain i vow r volce o fo o fIaolk, llst c
t th is p o s itio n ." fo r a c o c o n, t i e e d oi r s p o in h vl r ,,t Lti nig t o r n aond o f ra sn s o uth o, n o r pa c
(ioia- inineiise datiae. Unroofed Grace tion as way be thought proper. It column q. fo oflVrecte
chi ,h hi,go ^ states edi. to the 1rtic!c a3 t p r in hig s p 1it fell while was then referred to the Committee Col. N. Wicker bad ninety and nine W The Sehnr tnn-e e s Capt.ivt this
eOia OH RE ebUSr wbl ptfu i4hd 1ho aboe p o1u,'y to 1of 1 ,^ +a : t- ^ t-e~inesd ey evening, 10th Thursday evening last fore



a O rift inRB Th T1re m yasur peo dA Xve aB aeoe et The iftay'^: ,e pai on the 0lveo.es w. in fac taI nt e Colrd M snc g^ Mhisrs Wa ,t~ haso & orteda
nr hash YvonneTi bqtto on Old Cotice, 1iny ". thi:f great i t o lennial cargo, for our ierchants.s
thoui ,nd., -T f ar e rs reg ard error corrected ii the journal wh Lre Iopestal anll fell down. Patiie nlts sfs ey TO THE PRESIDENT: 1 A
I. h as a worse visitation 'the article firvit apple u -ed, and wag reCrved. Massive fog bell a 1d cob Just before filing on the 26 ult. I rnsoet Tc e1
oft o or de for w600,000 s e into the Conk. s l as fa ss meetun to lusto ien Cahis Ja me MT ea, soled oa Few ind sey, a




pcthe 9is haued s reiuetnlg a m ost hi s~ cirtculaed,: n -trea, iated -(newly sido to-uay wrot a brie n ot to S ena torymC b .t dtocnt utate ont wr rltof olbi gig K
O ur C hi f w e t d w n b e b ay lat Ha ckrw r s an d earriagosb and tre w reck C olon It to l w ithte ara l load ofo th ef lection for aee a e ,,m (1Ier d ze
^tl The graluhep e o elcfg asostag wtidpl, cicuatd wj,, s to created -n ewf.fly Ar e stour) ceset itom ^ Pth wroulte abinefanothe t Scnator. oo k. c t ah ao s Coneetiong toeet ee C p.me s 10a. sae ou lday
a m p ed l a e.n vael opn c a rri ag es w e re w ree- lin g to s ung g e st th e e x p e d ie n cyt o f a g i S ta te C o n v en tio n n.don els wit a h a r o Be f c ai t l f or
muby that they can never con- co e t As wo a re n oteabl e ed oil the sttram- (i 'nd Challirmaan of the Rep. Ex. dan
hey m onth of Aprllt.aAs 3,504' to gobto pr oshendtrees, hippiu t u, h d a styis'crimina ting duty on slave grown Comm d ancale chm ei n f to b e
5 fci with appe ti f pot h cTnh to estross com plete tf o with feew The alorll ud bu at, tbe ;n- td s e tin t t n
.oth a st r o b uf c, aopei d oonn p ro p er t y i n t eo a n t p r o due t s n o t o n ly f o r i t s p o l it ic a l - T e S a lv a g e a w a r e d b y U S m a ti
d ro t ohea dr a w er e r e-o p e n e d a n t h e l d i r e C o C t H o u sg o n t iL, 00t h Gi' 1
o re0ie supplies isuch treatment, the good Dr. s td rsta t home, buti for the adv atage nT .,jhe u. tepli ys notice, Court o n Brig M anlius, was 17 p r theI

Faux Ht tmvuz THOUSAND ably 'furnished thw above precious CaV N Nc T , M a y 8th.- -Neoga 11 l. of the South and its influence abroad a nud s wently i ssu ed, posters no rti' -, cent, or 48,360,39. 'She st.Lied for N ha y
hmoreau as an eaetic Special says :--The 0 central Mail train The expenses of the war in Cuba are ing R .el ansth a the meeig -would York on Monday list. fore






.R M ass A RT SRS.g hel o Tredeasury Iol in threeale auh riy"h Coalo a dIhe rsp nd nt- M essrot ens.a e ts cu t. m W atson & Colemanucio e rsod ab a esw et b
t ,t S turda y o rning r Th eat o lobound S outh w as struck by a tornado 2 P aid by th e slave-ow ners, w h o in fact tak e M as f; pc PonicW
rtm ntonSauraymonig e- Th folo i;gnoic, n heloalmiles southi that point, lastniighpt and on- collect them from us in return for Hall,' uri bein- in session. I-ad ., Messol Wat0 lson Colmat n, we

B d $100.000 in silver quarters f rom column of the Tribune, indicates the tire train ditched, No persons killed. their sugar. A practical measure of this r Convel tion, or whatever A i onee r, l d 5,ge Compt on
Ftl i at 7 ./ li a t he fi r tn s al-ds o u rct t h e o f S l a s i p e H a r t fed i t S t a t e C i r c u i t C o u r t o p e n e d o n t h e 1 0 t h t h i s k i n d c o u l d n o t b e c a l l e d a n tn h eem a de ht t e r mt e notn e b u t p r icd.St a r c h o n W e d n e s d a y l a s t a t f a i r
Frn ic .T i st efrtisa.m 't 1.1) hessrs wynn &l righillipsces
-nt of the order for $600,000 in coil] orial. courtesy referred to at the be- severalmembersof, 8th.- o BrzlaPedro w ould brenl at fairgaindsfet ualn blow ito just o )eforo, hc again issued post- Mes-s w nn & P ilis
n se e a mectm ors ro w. h oe B z an lega wou rdpbod uc and we etu aro wito ers ca on four C lubs to send each A auction eers, sold a few days sine a, A
eently issued. ginni g f 0 th i artin l ae ton. visited the Presidevrt to- coay, and the war anbe to slavery in Cuba. tell d to constitu e tdhe CountB vero r of o f f w )r in
i h~ ea .alu e of pos tage stamps, "Our Chief went down the bay last afterwais to Secy. Fish and the PresS-. Itne out, as om ote deatly Cony A er the election of d gtesai
Ih Vupotot W wednesday, and a to have been dent's family. A short time was- ,pent stimulate in faoct, the culture of so- tD the ion Convntion. sre the
:tamped nI np ostal cards back the nedxt day,bt h' n r u onw rsoltiontojdi. cicae to- gar in Loesiana, Texas ad Florida., The then inexistence only three Pe Arrived May 6th 3-masted
r* d O b y. t h e P o s t O ffi c e D e p a r tm en t t i- Wed y et w l e n w e a r e ec a r ly r e a d y O r w it h ia'ct- c a p itil a no e u te r p :'e a n d ,,aesu n C lu b s, o i n t h e sla M,,, t !h e. Sahn. ers,- g Si a-t r
w as $3,504,- t o lg eto r of t i Df th ose b the ean, and the fro N ew or k, w ith 305 tons A n- T
80. T he mbe r r p ostal c ad s n i ein nry min ut te for copt. W ell, a ment im m ediately re sum ed. A fter K nott vastly ..... the paid t a f .. "M owc I -ublican." t Com em ttqes from- thracnte co al for A F & s C T ifw.
i T ^ h e d r n n u m b er o f n th bas tif -l wn h ave Is ictartd s we ct an d B lack cunclutel ar g nu ent, th e Sen States, to th e glory, of you r aom itws- oneh e .r
. ....t w h e n t i n o ate ccot, emr d oors for con feren ce. A t five tratio an d b en efit of th e R ep u b lican oe w. . .. W c er h ad urite A r fresh hin g .
ol clock the door were re-open party; and, with respect to coffee ud ref to eeeptohssges rain on csd,.-,y epei ar i









500 es him, lie may be induced to return." chair announced the Senate had permittin isron fro us imaediate- Tome or- Norther on Thursday was so severe mal
tOr Hawk Ila$ handed us a u on, two orders, which were read as ly, from the sale of this rapidly in- ganizedt Y allb, accept ed W icmer's call as to inal ( "us think that the clirle T
.' ofnnl ,r.. the t right t 1oxmi tfi outrgoeum theirservie that until f Armyr obdetsratndaro. lce ho-nt e: a" buciril.^.np ,,
n giora Ra teo rspu b l i c a n a n d f o t w O re tat u n p r e r no cr e a s i n g p r o d u c t ,, t h e p r o c e e d s o f a n d d e l t e n m ecmb e r s i s c i nlogi n g e









C o p a i e G H th U S A r t, coem th e a tdteio T w l v h nrn o fi e s a v T e Sebe arefft aerd r e eth ed e o r o Seen a t eo t e r o P no f c, n T u d0 .
ti ng, he ld on W eda se last fror the authoe ot which m athe y go to purchase British .h The n day, eg d netat y, they daYty f of lW il. D. Cass m, s d te great dgt e- ]ae
/ aS sj etnr. Va el d. Ct or W ednesday whele arn fro tei a le a utho r the manager i and the respo ndent will ite "ra uy tieru e dithe mae n ethee f rom of bu his 8t u rvofm suppli.d.winheatlgthe










.h lat ,wihey co m L -tu remainiu en ac n jnot droom thataec tious wit Smnai o x, dwsasenot be fo r equiryin t rou h ge~red t at bewh en theA TM NT O goods. W hy note encourage thvab*l ef re u ci o er, o d d.a w e
to p uelis h T h e g is t o f th e r e p o r t is la n d e d a t th e M a r in e H o s p it a n, f r o m aSe n a te s ittin g fo rytr ia l o f I m p e a c h m e n t t ude e b yh in t o naC, Merlc an c n e ig h or n a ed ..t. I lave t he ev m t one p o ta t o e s wdfr it s rg e nlpu s ;& ., d u r in g r P a










th m f i dl e e t on h olo i o un e l h o c d z o s atl ur iat i b ie t o M ond t0y n i t ^ and t he v Ce tral hon oria Stt es eda d l ac-itoon- Pl- th is W eek 8- tulc 1 [rikt at v i-
that "Bombads has h een laid on the the U. S. Flagship Hartford, onb Sun- 2.30 Se 8f.Snate then ad- where it ge fo r Edit Cownitteappointed, not the fair 1,rices.
if rtrell elected Chai 'mn of th e 4ay 30tV ult., and placed into a tent, journ ed till' to-morrow. ouse, Hale our a products, and where sources of lub. would give a reprceetationre t eonc a ndti l or, al ne a
l l Ta A c tv M *C on ~ mi t e, btan wthi thirt eto thich m e ha nices offered resolute ion directing several co rn- w a lt would be develop ed for our to the as ftRepubl icans an d Do c rier o wil b y or in.hia
i ca n it Com mititta nd w th e 2th t fti o f the me charged withl isv estig dons to further benefit, as m anifest destiny only. _A s ie m a ority of thae na v m -r They wfS "o so ` D t
that a generall disposition nto win was and others, eng aged in repairing that t ake testim oy hopen doors-reject- extend s our borders ? Thc world would e colored p 1,, ba lead y e t a oer l e 6 sold a
ui ,, n. a ~ p h n u r h I b i d n 9 t 91, not tw o-t hir dIs. }I sl e then O a r
Hil)-Iti!~~~~~ an h ra I uli-e 69tge eal lo k w t fa o up ns c a, Mo'nr,-, R ). lub, it, w wit), asoe cost prices, s. d ar published in sev -
moved upon resolution to judicial- c,- gen er l look wa faior u. i eultyt11a, Custom o employee. oral languages.
h! what. .al my country v Sen. W. Hore would respectfully inquire of mrttee" with insi uetions, upon resolution course as the naturalt. compltion of o d a, .01 b to". wi, a nd a^lso s -P cbcs r
A O r to tmr' 6 c [ C uS t h. C ....d this p2 I-Or, y t'the r h to rbe port Rejected, yeas 9of nays 111. the great act of emanct patenat heme, a n eloedasoi Hall o W -dm a L
The too S onena or hoi ts pive any auh.yfolo w Co 'mint e oilWays aWn d Means, ordered that we should protect our freedmen Thes e 0h ,y me n met in the Haell as- W e learn by a dispatch tha e the
t. o iPe a n a uth t mo s take t r t "" e'n ti nations of New re is nbor of foreign toi me i held an d oe some six orseven -apt hi. w as t o n h y -
tnum b er of th ip s beautifn l rant ou tragd e is it notsin direct vi e- Y ork C ustom H house, and char ge s gn e slaves. tan drad. R e o 1 5 in heang v ers fC ol. and c i --ae ouac e ,at So N ew Y ork. c:











ve ti n s so n t o b e h e d i n on S a e, th t as b en h u tf l o o u rfo rm s not eL e sa rytonla en o c th l p i w i h w u d g v c as o o a A t a e eates Io sitl soh er T h r d y evpn as t, a s toe r d r j
f o r a ~ n l ,th o, f a wo hm o t h e n h a s t h elror e s o e r c e ,Pew siV e h a v e a t a r i ff t o p r o gec t Mhde a hj-ne! '-no m i n s uein r s o me .k s w n d er t s anin g .uIt V ip
't cdartes h.or C onge ,an d oter. im r o ...... a .....e .t.he.- .7 .ill to carry Hawain Treaty insetoedr ^ .... Itiese well e rega d for Cast c in g .s o ere f c nup a d to... ge l r al -n fro











,ta toffices wtbe o fl crontets, a p tee rit, of thosenhoi attmpe a t o wh ich nod 1 Bcseig 11 ainto 10 Buke, .h p~pwna w~e' in s i mpognrt"-ant' '-outre ,1-...... no ."th e u .rsa. wrefue ther co~mply~~ ant" e o oucrt wi llkey paet n's e xt. wek toh
,Tl~~~~~~~o^~~, *< ~ Pornto a ct pwohei ch th n ee o let o It.R vat poivl ead tople frmor eig n s la boryThsi abr oad but vasth emanoc o oes,baltog mtade "toof Z43c d e otc wllb i m. th
d ate t abep r p et o f se e tionstedeontsiof p op e ao t oln ds t e tem erity I tBo h t o g h p ac i al y it i b l ev d t o b n i o d u y se o d e nd c r -S o n a.a e .l g
candid at es nc e of its- p a es on wnat th e f ut- pe I h ai ass ied ext en sio w h at w e w anis an. legh r a morse osu re T h e t int e o u d tn slfn it. o T e w ere Jarg eantitie and b a "













kno aaproessona poitiin- tllyth evnents ofthe pali ff-e;r,:s of Speaker Kerrpl~cgl a etng o rcedt teHacc, n _io ^ophn etredsn
Us 4 1 1 leave 10 days--nommtatini. A. .... ,aew the rnreheuingyphil th a measuree T'er 'te l a long s ,age of te lot o uan itn.e. ow eethbl e at ,o














p u li g o at e t a n p ibte a -b u t then vnti n s t at a e pl su chKl a T e r n d J u y of c o nt y kehr e oitn qes o u d ra ndad o r n d h O n v n c m b n e e x e e s 12im tor h se t v
U S t ,r ooi l ot r t h e w Nol e d e si r o u s O rl e a n s J M C r o s s w h ic h s h alt p r otfe c t o u r lAae ly a g ma n c r o o k e d ti k ] e t "" a t e u:. .. t !.
mc'\\An^,rtr, 15ages*i > *t n ching 'the Malfpipe Hosp ita from Mgadrid, afmp.ed fro asdorlno 1 trel w called t o 1.ecper bxsae!. Bnte 10c.OI r















S.r 01n "tgne a tireon, tt O.O h.ertcen hefll w sa e-ol i g o nti s. I wid, bomton nd H n.M yo L50 n ert nd t at teerd e
s. B~w ackonvlleF .. .. de rteforn ~3n, teafu stalSa,e ) roceeled o business. per quart u clh rr.s ,'>er +















: ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ete i~pope Edeenepa hw ^,,tet ypt igarcute for Englandandcute maoiahwvbepeealfoteesr-cd seetdScear.Ae Tplscnepaehvigai-ncofr
alefri thatic: l ld ^ ttht Dtio/ in Coec t order has been issue phermitting ao e 1elberty I take, ,and be-, s oe dissatisfacti ch about Our at tions, and sell well, if 'fresh. Wes,
of therfor, o,- theNaalu officers who joined Don Carlos, to re iese me o be ,, b e adjoufnld yo tn el Had th. We--n .. .. g toi ave a ,l
S"--,-- -.have the right to coommit this Outrage, siime their service in the R~oyal Army, obedient servant, ed arlos," elected tile County Cj Ou ,, cl .... .- Th.. ,. ,
C~ m~ wit tile~s ran the hel previousO E. lamittee, the Deleg-at4es and hsrcie nte odo e~M e
C o pa i e G & I ., 5 t U 'S A a n d w e ca ll u p o n o u r S en a to rs a n d totonW t t e r nw l v h e u neh e re OUof c r t h ede- II B .rt a y o St A N F R D h asese A h. v r n e u n d t l ro me v e a n ot h e loads o f T ue sd a y (-et

"tilry,]left here on Friday last in ihe Representatives in Congress, to on- bee thsr-'itd h ry h floiglte oteSceayhis g that they3rhad acted like last. 1] em s Punteriaeda on Tuesdy
St r V a l v` iti for .T am p a, w h ere q u r i n o t i m t e ad n ot allow N E w Y 'OR K 9th .- -N ew arrangem en ts of the T reasu ry :m e -
theyconempate emaltig dringinfctius o cofagou'direr, arc the facts of the his stalls well supplied with all the I
the eo te pb~ r m ~ ing dur ng inf cti us or on agi u diseases, be for ear ry.in gr through pa,3sen,,ors between D :EPART;IENT OF STATE e k f r he s e a d beef required.
aJl points o n the Peninlsula and New l:ashington, D. C., Mlarch28 7. L) g
them k~ndy recption Theollow is to unhalth toeeddozna.allRoadswithutrchnge. funee nt.I leae t tem topub- WgWewouldgentl indid te
them. a f thedy. offce rs:. h 'flo- i o uelh ornevu cars, was carried into effect to-day The edge the receipt of your letter of the Yox Populi, vox Dei." is C" fo bidden to vok r;an ov.anthat i t
mge ar Rca:as D ARNLD the nlders: ., cars were taken by Steamboats across ..btie o- kea xadas T.
0in'l. F~t.N. AR'E o11.J, A& T.( NW org.,ora harbor to Harlaem. river, and proceeded 17th lust. It is accompanied by one ,together for labor." farol
kRol. 0.. MACC.NN.L S tate C n e~~~,whc mor t aemocrtica on their way. A large party of invited addressed to the President by 11. S. "ettbllican H~ass ?4eetirag. Unyoke at oncc find labor alone ; that
CnA. J. A. MFESSENSaeDnEdN0hchmta tiaet md necuso oinuuaeSafrEq, suggesting the exp,- The liss of the Republicans being your sub-scribers will bless you for it.. Flori
C VtV. .FSSD. on the 27th ultimio, p-ssed resolutions novelty. diency of a discriminating duty on the oppose o Col. Wickpr's last political I-TTQt._Du-v,


',urgo the nom.iation of. men:, of destroy those institutions that were conduct her according to custom, to the te te by treaty.o T hs-wo-udn possibiv the proceeded to bustiess. hm e good time on the occasion, if the old- ot aro
to,.Cest probity and inte qg1;ce, and powerful to r'csist all outwa,_ I press-rineoGo.enwhnaot10g
persons whom 42 U. S. Cqnsul had as- as Egypt, or tte -provision might lbe n1 was then elected for Monroe cuM
as hive not mingled in the strife 're n l be'ii r*n a. -alsd, rushed a5u the Corfyert, tore ofF 'made so as to specify certahla.' io C ": = CircuittCoirt. m-i
political her veil and mantle, and carried her by for instance, sugar, molasses, tobacco, 'Airietll Chairman ; C. Mt. The'Circuit'Oo,r o teh Judi- say
politicala l tastery in the past. We atest frforce to the house of a Christian. The cigars, coffee, etc.-including in the de pedes,,Secretary; J. U. Gre- ei rtor Monroe oty s"
als"-suggest, that S0.th Florida has BrOWNSVILLE, May 3.-It is report- musselmen proceeded to the Governor's list the principal articles which are eo I. Govin, C. Shavers, Go. Host- conoenedton th +10t in t. --udge Cen
som teae. of iteigene, and ed that one hundred and fifty residence and insisted that Convert the results of slave labor-with the ma A. Douglas,' P. Fernandez, B. WI e on thesidthin^dg: has'
hata to.ld be brought thither. The Gov'r. reservation in favor of such countries F ves, J. Shavers, C. Borrego, The Grand Jury was empaneed, and tos
free'frdmi~he blemi'shes' sO much Corn- deserted from Diaz at Mlier, crossing hearing German and French Consuls d T
plained :of, who would worthily fill into Texas at the Alamo Rancho, eight had entered the Mosque which was in- as may be protected by treaty stipu- M. rrera, E. L, Ware, F. F. John- many trivial cases were thrown off the a
Itheofics now to be supplied, and miles above Roma. Last night a par- vaded. The populace forced bars from lations. It is the impression of this so A. Duty. docket by our worthy Dist. Atty. Mr. tha
that tmi'-urt 0f the State is entitle ty of fifteen armed men crossed over the grating and struck down the Con- department hat most, at least, of the following Delegates to the Wa.ll. in r
,ta t pato heSaei n'li fr'om Mexico to this side, near the suls, in spits of the efforts. of Govr. Gerd. advautages'.,xom. the duty pointed out M on Convention were elected The case of Scotland Dean, for an i
t osomo copnideratio'n'in this respect, Prietas Rancho, about eight miles Troops dispersed the people. The Gov'r. by Mr. Saibord would be realized, ull",mously, viz : M. Govin, J. H. attempt at burglary, was tried and beMa
fJbeatse of our forbearance and gener- above Brownsville, where they laid iu of tha orderhad and perhaps others of an important O,,erv, J. V.ornell, J. A. Duty, tound guilty. The Homicide case of Spr
beous submission to the preferences of ambusha l n practical character might also result one-b following alternates, viz : ]. Govilan, 1l probably be tried next a go'
oussumisio toth prfeencs mnus an klle oe nn nd A correspondent to the London S tad therefrom. The president has recom- F- R,es, R. Burl, J. J. Agramonte, W. weekcl
the yoteis of other portions of the wounded another badly. They stole ard from Berlin, says :-Tt is thought mended the measureP0ls rs,. On J. J. mg uan -e ek.
for hsWe ceuld sbegest the nmes four horses tnging to Labarra, here that there troubles will prove fatalin
that were at the rancho to graze, to Turkey. Interferences with European of his messages. imoua declared itself right in the Honor to whom honor is due. d has
o0 several worthy, capable men, but It is said that this ambuscade was powers in favor of Christians is now I have the honor to be, ir, your aCtioi t had taken. It gives us great satisfaction, and in
will only mention, Col. W. C. MALON-EY, to surprise parties who arc accused considered unavoidable. The Porte can- obedient servant, HAMILTON FIs. Ho Judge Magbee was called up- no little pride, to announce that by a tag
Sen'r., Gco; B. PATTE-aso, E. 0. LOCKE, of crossing from this side to cut the noSprotetthe t fanaticism on tOl~aake a few remarks, and in An- private telegram, we learn that, at the ed.o
........ Special dispatch from Athens to the A Solomon_., swer the call he spoke atsome Session of the Grand Lodge of Inde- C
IN;XcnmsTox BErut'i, and W. -C. MALo- Mexican telegraph wires from M~ats- ,, Timex," reports the Bul~amrian insur- lnth ttdta ewsammbrpnetOdro d elw fti h
^ KY.J., hogh out Flria cn mraso~el- reactionn near Phillipoppolis, has become Wisdom is a good thing for this lent, hestatedthathe was a member pendent Order of Odd Fellows of this the
moras toMier. rction ne r Phillpoppolii, has b comooWi domSisatgoodeutral forthisttee, State Central Committe StatesheldiilJacksonille,9ohtheu9t
Jr., t g Sout F ida can Whatever the reason of this armed serious. Tha Porte is sendtin all of his world, withoutwhich westhould grpeothat ) would be present at the Madi ane 10ld inst., or. thp D. tre
boast of gaany others who could fill invasion, it ,was an outrage upon this available force by railway to meet in- or way in continue dd e po t on beireent at .he wud9 bd 10tn the i
ihe 0o10ls of our State with credit to country, and has caused some excite- surgents, whom aro variously estimated our way i continue darkness-no son (.)nvention and that be would be our townsman, was elected Grandetme
\,,. them.ds tand to the. great advantage mnent here. from 1000 to 10,000. light beaming on our path" to point aWle to .testify, that the delegates Master of the Order in this State. Bey
-iPs nto the e a The invaders were undoubtedly WxsnlNo' ll1h.-Itistelegraphed out the stumbling-bloeks of r.e- elect as at this meeting were the choice This is as it should be, and we Con. t Gr
o Dib q-mrT einvader were unillued l and fo L ui ile ta ck e isn t h stumbling -blc's o---.- f t!W, great majority of the people. gratulate the Order tho g ut he G
P C e tn a ay Diaz0 menS ^ ^ou an thfho kb -e be byliotiir, S lo o 'on the following preamble State, a d Ke e o ^ 3, mar
d efauflter, but wa~s ro be 0by moi cas ier Ke Woemon Lodg No.ve Imn ''u a. .. ..
C1entennial Zzy, wounded .. ere opT~osed to himi. who committee "d suicide. That petition Journalists at Tampa, who,, like him md,n~' olnresolution~n ioowere unanimously (eam weiShatei ad meme r, W es p og o 3
ewere Diz left Mier yesterday, toward is before Cong-ress, signed by all parties, of olden time, is wise Them ntle of ^ in h n bl (of which he is a member,) especially, ari
A1 early dtavbn on the 16th we Monterey, whero Escobedo is with for his relief Mr, Miles is not on his of ^ ,ed: in having bestowed its greatest gift on
a ," A -beautiful t hrw Flags 500 .. ... -roops. bond. the elder Sol. now invests the yaunger {Whereas,-This meeting believes on a man so eminently fitted to dis- sl
And b 0 ini.era er~e thrown to the breezeMa
fromi Atundred house-top.s-ouraship- .----- PHILAnEDLPHIA, !lth.-All business one, and the world will have;reason thai the action of Col. WieL-rer in call- charge the duties of the office. o '
suspended --gates opened at 9 o'clock, to congratulate itself that wisdom w. 'nga Convention to consist of ten A&- The new City Hall is now en- Ro
ping, iind.,oreign C66suls,-diiplaved R~ucklebe'rrieso. Foeg comisonr new Cit -Hre hnteol 0te nan ipsin w apear- S.5
their buntzag to the Seht advantage Some 50 euarts wereg.arough- in tiorelco ioeand ohri not buried when te old -"_lma ^:leTgates from each Club, is not only closed, and as
th i b uu iri to th be't A a t e n ti g is e vi i o s b a s .. ;g 0~ : i h pe cial entrance" a ... g 'e gal, but an outrage on the sacred acl ed, andh as roofo n a p ar S
Some~~ane The roof ee:bouh is to be covered with racl
SCapt. 0U&i o'n u old u Curiosity man, .4own by a couple of colored '.,women 50,000 people on the grounds was gathered to his fathers .. : rig ut o n th e on tin, which will make it almost fire pa
f nit, set,.. "- -p .....er quart.-notwitestanding t a s O W pken in ampa olomqn, discoursing Ken West, and throughout the State, proof. The lower story is almost of t
xof a-tar-feine old Flag hungi weather the crop promises a plentiful ongres, in favor of liberty of consei- onte .spra andtu of the 'be At ready for concreting, giving ample ten
r mblazoned witn a halo of glory ad yield, and they ;too of a superior qual nce. No further action inihe Winslow Sundand Tribune, concludes: Se:olved,-That this meeting, con-' space foi our Fire Engine and truck He
o l z vi .g O sAdc yield And thireo ofin an superior qe
..jtriotism ... :. t.Qunrdia: ..case, leaving the entire responsibilikV "Furthermore, we are told in the32nd sistin of from 700 to 800 Republi- besides plenty of space for the mar- an
?"i with the British Governmeiatl Chapter of Job that Great men are not al- ca voters, feels itself right in as~cm- kef toT


Burnt on the3 llcef. b
e Russian Brlg Yole," Captain h
slovich, from Pensacola, ladeued .t
timber, ran on Loo Key reef on 1
cday, 29th ult., at about 10 P. M., c
-t 2 A. M., same night was dis- l
ed to be on fire, which consumed f
o the water's edge. c
e Captain and crew, arrived here t
Iesday, 2nd inst. The wreck was 1
at auction, by Messrs. Watson &
nan for $52. The .Cap. and crew
on the Stmr. City of A asti'n on the
instant.
SPine Ajopies.%
he Shnr. Arie.is, Captain ILowe,
d from Kev Largo on Friday 5th
for New York, with 36,000 Pine
les.
he Schnr. Lillie, Captain Rgssell,
!J same day, with 20,400, for the
e destination.
apt. Henry Baker shipped 3,000
,tes on the Stmr. City of Austin,
New York, on the 8th instant.
apt. Ben Baker, shipped 2,4.00 on
e ship.
"74- Elise to E:]xpaIs,"1
.nr city fathers hxve, during the
k, repaired and otherwise im-
ved the drain on Grfeneo street,
the movement bids fair to become
:ular. Open drains, in this cli-
e are evidently superior to those
*red, besides are more easily cor-
ed. We give them full credit for
.im~prorfx.>-.
Another E9ss-rae ie Coal Act.
fine mare, belonging to Mr. Benj.
ry, wNs taken out of her stall, by
ac scoundrel, and driven, bruised
otherwise maltreated, so as to en-
gor her life; giving birth to a pro-
Iure foal. The animal was seen il
hands of an individual who may
e some explanations to offer be-
e he is proceeded against. We
lid like to see fifty lashes well laid
his back.


There are in existence a groat
many musical instruments which ar:
sadly neglected in tho most important
part of their construction, that ii, tonn.
More time is tlke--n, mnd too much la!or _^-.
anA expensaf attached to :the the tone sadly ne-lecbeeA. This isVtOhtii
ease from what is-aad-by'the inot cred-
ible parties of Mr. D. F. Beatty's instruT
ments. Thih tone he considered the most
essential pt., and he spares no pains to
make it durable, rich, Und perfect, and
then countru'ets its case to correspond
with price. See his advertisement else-
where.


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Mey We.*t Senisnary.
KEY WEST, May 8th, '76.
At a meeting of the Trustees of the
Y Wcst Seminary, held this day at
office of the L. W. Bethel, Ernr.
Present,-Honble. Winer Bethel,
Ch airman;
Trustees: Watson, Curry, Lowe,
Henry Lowe, and Win. D. Cash.
A quorum being present, the meet-
g was called to order by the Chair-
all.
Thle following amounts were return-
as proceeds of Bazar, held by the
diic to aid in the ercedion of the
ilding, to wit:-
aid F.Filer, Trt!A3'.n-trr, by Mra. G. NG
Sa t. M.,)a .......................... .. ;9 o.a 0
A-11 F. Fil,.-r, Trnas'irer, by ira. JX. B.
B ro w n .................... ........ 48.,)
.posicel wi*.:l Wo'.. Cv-.y, 1)y ?.,'?s
L';htbourn ,i ,m:J ml ias Ne.]ie ,1 3 .,h13,
t'igrither with aamt. r",'i,":,.-. y ;,y S hw
CO illrsn .......... ..... .......... 0
Mrr,.. W A. Lonwe .......... 5Is't. i
Collected *oy Wm. D. Ca.-,a, 39.,0
ITotall,. ........ ,4 .o .
On motion of SMr. C:Gsh, Seby., and
econded by B;aj. Curiry, it Wab
Resolved, That G.',G. yVat-on be anu-
horized to collect ft'hi'Io the hadies, IVwo
aid tables at tlve BaD r, Lh ,-; FF.'tt,'
counts received by '" r.;.!ur rs ol
I'e Fa, "'- ,t .""' ..,


E'aaR ~ ~LL


T HE undersigned bcgs to
inform our reading citizens, that
he has a splendid Library of all the
VCg.,..-1,riFlV ( 0 BOO of
every nati nality, which he de-
sires to dispose of very cheap. CL'i
be seen at the Fencing Academy, On
Front Street.
ANTONIO DECAVERO.
Key West, May 14, '76. tf.
CUSTOM HOUSE, Collector'si OFFICE.
KBY NVEST, FLA., May 3th, 1876.
SEALED PROPOSALS in dupli-
cate to FtRBISB SUBSISTENCE
STO.RS, and FUEL, for the use pf the
Marine Hlospital at Key West, Fla.,
during the fiscal year ending fJune 30,
1877, will be received at this office
until the 15th day of May, at noon.
The schedules of artiotes and quau-
tities, embracing meats, vegetables,
groceries, and fuel, will be furnished
upon application to Dr. Robert D.
Murray, Surgeon, in charge of the
Hospital.
Tlhe United States reserve the right
to reject any or all of the bids.
By direction of the Secretary of the
Treasury.


i^'iatii tcKB .
he Live Oak Tines says several
lies from Georgia passed through
i place, last week, bound for South
rida .......... The Conservatives of
v-1 County want no party backs,
are calling loudly for a new deal.
)ne night last week the Post Office
Lake City was entered, and the
k containing the stamps and money
taken to the woods and robbed.
*ainesville is troubled with the
ken-pox ............. Ocala is now re-
ing at being out of debt, and we
ice with her at this evidence of
sperity ....... Beggs has withdrawn
n the Madison News. Ile prefers
be "A youth to fortuiwe and fame
nown."....... Albion is the name of
ew settlement of six or seven fami-
recently located on the Florida
ilroad a short distance above Bron-
.......... The Live Oak Tnies has
sod into new hands, and is now a
over organ ....... Large and destruc-
forest fires raged in the vicinity
Fort Reid and Mellonville recently.
During the first quarter of the cur-
it year there were sold by Hon.
mnis Eagan, salesman of the Board
Trustee of the ImprovementFund,
,605,55 worth of lands belonging
hat Fund......... The editor of the
riana Courier has been subsisting
a beet measuring two feet in cir-
.ference, sent him by Mrs. Chap-
n .......... The Lake City Beporter
s: Unless our beans receive rain,
will be compelled to give up our
ntennial ideas........... Some villain
pulled up the orange trees planted
shads the sidewalks in Palatka.
Phe Palatka Herald is informed
t the water in the 0cl.awaha river
apidly falling, and it is feard that
a short time tha steamers will not
able to run up as far as Silver
ing.-The Journal insists there" is
cood opening for a furniture store,
Nothing store, and blacksmith shop
Sanford.......Dr. H. J. Parramore
purchased a lot of Judge Tucker,
Sanford, and will have a neat coIti
e residence, of six rooms construct,
on it immediately.
The Tampa Guardia; says; Early
n is suffering in some localities by
dry weather, late crops are not iS-
ed as yet .......... Persons living on
river are having fine sport catching
ge fish ....... The Schnr. M. N. Lind-
is ready for the' cattle trade .......
super and grunts are brought to
rket alive .......... Schnr. Lucy Al.
ived from Cedar Keys with freights,
the 4th inst .......... Town lots are
11 beingeagerly sought for .... Schnr.
%tchless, arrived from Key West
Thursday last with Lieut. Paul
mer, and a detachment of the U.
5th Artillerv, to prepare the bar-
bks at Fort' Brook, for two com-
nies of their regiment ....... The Man
the Svnland Tribune has lost his
iper with the Guardian this week.
has also lost an eye out of his head,'
d his ears are plugged up with cot-
n, hfe can neither see the truth nor


WTI AAA AL&.
NTOTICE is hereby given, that tke
following described lands as is here-
after specified, will fe sold at Public
Auction on the 1st MONDAY in JUNE,
1876, at the City Hall, Key e- *Vet, ia'*
the County of Monroe, City of Key West,
at 10 o'clock, A. M., or so much thereof
as will be necessary to pay the- amount
of taxes duly assessed against said land&
for Citc-Taxes together with the cots* of
sale and advertising. '"m
E. B. RAWSON,
City Tax Collector
Key West, May 1st. '76.
Owners:-
Shavers Henry, house and lot, saiare
40, ................................ I ... .. ..."' 1,40
Sanders Win. (Buff,) house and lot, sqr.
25 .................. ..................... 11,20
Seabrook Elizabeth, house and lot, sqr.
63 .......................................... 8,40
Shavers Peter, house and lot, square
63 ............... ............................ 2,80
Shavers Jasper, house and lot, square
63 ........................................... 2,80
Shavers Roberts, house and lot, sqnarn
64 ............ ........ .... .......... 3 ,50
Singleton John H., house and lot, square
35, 2 years ............................... 4,90
Skelton John; house & lot, sqr. 36, 10,15
Skinner Alfred, house and lot, square
46, 2 years ............................... 2,80
Sweeting Lydia, house and lot, square
52 ......... ......... ..................... 4 ,20
Swicover Augustus, house and lot, sqr.
6S ........................................... 3 ,92
Saugus John, house & lot, sqr. 47, 4.20
Thompson Benj. 2nd, house and lot, sqr.
47, '2 years ............................... 7,00
Thompson Chas. H., house and lot, aqr.
49, 2 years ........................... .... 7,00- .
Thompson Samuel A., house & lot, sqr.
48, 2 years .............................. 2,80
Whalton Sophia, house and lot, square
40, 3 years ............. ................. 8,00
Williams Daniel, house and lot, square
60, 2 years, .............................. 7,00
Williams Susan, hose and lot, square
22, 3 years. ............ ............... 11,6"
Williams John G., (coldl.,) house and lot,
qu are 49 ..... ........................ .. S




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27, 1875.


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EMPOR- UM
LOCK, WATCH, JEWELRY, SILVER WARE.
S -RHE Subscriber would respectfully call the attention of his friends and the
6_ public, to his large and carefully selected Stock, consisting of:
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Silver Ware, Do. Plated
Ware, Spectacles, Eye-Glasses, Rievolvers,
Table and Pocket .Cutlery, and Ammunition of atll
kind, Stationery, musical Instruments,
And a large Stock of
:Fi!no cy A r~i*loles
SUITABLE FOR PRESENTS.
SRepaihing in the CLOCK, WATCH, and JEWELRY LINE
promptly attended to, and sa"."faction guaranteed.
.II. STRICKER.


Corner of Duval & Charles-Streets.
-- o- -.. ..- -
I AM RECEIVING WEEKLY FROM NEW YORK,
vESH GOODS, both Ladies and Gentlemen's Boots and Shoes,
Also, lissecs & Children's Shoces,
Which I offer now at Reduced Prices, lower than before
offered in Key West.
[..?I Please give me a call before purchasing elsewhere. _-]
-: ALSO :-
,ADIESI, GE.YTLEMEN'S AND CIIILDRENT'S

A T So
_& IV J O


LEACHED and unbleached Muslias, Cambrics, Calicoec, Nainhsooks,
Jackonettes, Lawns, Piquets, Flannels, Dress Goods of all qualities,
Linens, Velvets, Liings, &c., &c.


Enlarged & Improved !.

CORNER of SOUTIHARD X& WHITEHEAD Sts.

T HE undersigned desires to return thanks to the public for the gemn
ous support given him since his return from the north, and in tu
assures his customers that he has enilarg'ed and improved his ,
tablishment, until he no longer fears competition. His intention is
furnish the best quality of
FRESH .FRENCH BOLLS-one and two pound loaves of the puz


family Flour--RYE YBREAD, CA(KES, PIES, &c., &R.


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Key West, Fla., January 1, '75.


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DELIVERED TO HIS CUSTOMERS EVERY MORNING.
FAMILIES can have their baking done to their wishes, by givi
short notice.
CAKES & PIES for parties and wedding furnished in the b
order, at the lowest prices.
IT AND LET LIVE IS IIS MOTTOJ;"


Key West, March 4, '73. i


JAC013 RAINT.


Kevy West, Fla., Nov. 6, '75.


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Embroideries, Ribbons-3, Frewh Flowers, FcathLers, Ladies Trimmed
_ anuntrmu ed Hats, and all Goods belonging to the Millenery Depart-
me tlsi sge supply of Fancy ':i 1 Hose, fine Balbrigans, Kid,
and Berlin Gloves, &.:, &c.

Gent's. Furnisliung Goods,

The latest styles of Ready-made Clothii.g, of all qualities on hand, also
Cloths, Cassimeres, by the yprd, Hosiery, Underwear, Gloves, Ties,
Perfumery, &c., ke.


Ladies and Genrtlemen's Boots and Shoes, of all description, and all
other things too numerous to mention, at prices lower
than have ever been offered to the public.


Opposite St. JamvesHaotIeI,---DUVAL ST.


ast arrived, a full supply

7 of Choice Family


if.


J ONS ON'S


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Established in 1869, || .S,.|


SC. & E. HOWE,
At the Old Stand Once More.
E have ust received one of the largest Stock of
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, CLOTHING,
Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoes, Hardware,
Cutlery, Provisions, Furniture, Crockery,
Wooden and WillowV Ware, Yankee Notions,
Liquors, Perfumery, Stationery, Can Meats, &c.
ALSO,

Broche Silks, Granadines, Lawns, Alpaca,
All Wool French Cassimeres, Raven rohas,
-orenos, Linen Suiting, Empress Suiting,
Cretonne Percales, Satin Stripe Frou Frou.
Prints in great variety, new styles. Also Collarette in great variety.

Sewing Silk Veils, Jet JewVelry.
WE SELL AT LOW PRICES.
Received per City of Waco.
C. c5 *3. :E- v.J
Key West, Fla., January 1, '75. tf.


CONSISTING IN PART OF
less Pork, Mess Beef, ams, ,Shoulders, Ton gues,
Breakfast Bacon, Smoked Beef, Smolked Fish,
Canned Meats, Fruits & Vegetables, Rice,
Coffee, Sugars, Spices, Fancy Soaps, &c.
Cakes, Candies, Catsups, & c. &c. &c.


*Sy ^'^SS E -S''


FULLY SUPPLIED
AT
SHORTEST NOTICE.


MEDICINES,
PERFUMERY,
TRUSSES,
FANCY GOODS, &c., &e.


DRUGS,
PATENT MEDICINES,
RUBBER GOODS,
SUPPORTERS,


ae and Examine.


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Key West, Nov.

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Always on gand, Fresh anad PSure.
E'11- Particular attention is given to the compound-
if.g of Physicians' Prescriptions, 'which will
5e accurately dispensed at all hov-,.* -

Key West. Ja,'ary 15th. 1876.

Great Attraction! !


ARD WARE, CUTLERY, YAN
WITH LADIES DRESS GOODS.
19


KEE NOTIONS, &.


i| The Ladies' Department is attended by Miss Sarah Albury,


insurg klud attention. ,,g
w ..narv 1 '75.


: 1 ... .
dtert n a Ptossess capacities fr music effects and expression never before attained
GE0ur an 1s on amenta-iy parlor.* SOimftl HW Styup now f"r ;
-G O, ,Os" Cu,, Cambri deport, Mass.
WA! 0MMU .t 60S!Wr=h 1` St., BQ1tont; 170 State St., Chfago; 16 Ludgate MH, London.
TE V1 Hll A leading Musical journal of selected muic and valuable reading matter.
"H iVol, ,L M I 'A; l *1afr $x pe year, or ten c ents a n entber Each number contains from
/// tz o $2 worth Of th e fi nest selr td] jausic. GEO. W OODS & CO., Publis esm Oam bridgeport, Ma ss,
...........t -^auj. aL-............. .. -*-. -- --- -- *L.- ..-.- t r'~l-'--:-"-" '- .. -_ 7' % ..._ "^^ 3 ^s'/-t^-a~ aa

1FOR RENT. Somethin;l ,New I
I ~I t
r HN House known as the Bca,..';. I Pictues,
" 1 .A, :.9.;c .. "eat-;u pictres
AI- -EO rr.... is r.w th
Roomsinthe" l. -I: :E HOUSE n."s i-Ts ^ or -, .
Apply to togph, Nonpareil Porcel-ain r(. Ferro
WM. CUREY. t'-e Ptitor;S. put in t"he ost cle
March 4, '76. Ira. 't tyle, at rl incel pri s.
Call and examine sceinmens.
?T. L" R -B Sl, Artist.
N 1 Pposite Curry & Curtis Store, ])uva
JUST RECEIVE ED, &u,,e ,.
N EW lot of Yellow Pine SPARS, st Vv t;ay 6, '7.3.
.113 II o, O RE* E'NS.TO
Apply to N EATCOTTAGE RESiOENCE
Key West, May 6, '76. Couing 6 Rooms t o cs-
ter'n, in complete order; well alapted
PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY Y ,or a gentee fmily
Apply' to Mirs Packer, oil the premi-
C0rner of Whlteheal 1 Caroline Strootj. 1 ses,--Trzns moderate, by the year.
S" Procure the shadow, we're the sub- Key West, April 8tb '76. if.
stance fades."
THOSE who wish a highly finished 1IAGS! _PiGS/! 1:AGS!!/
likeness of tUciselves, children or "TeOWE S aiR othe ha* -
fr eie ds will do w -11 to call at the above A--; `ng clean linen or cotton rags, will
Gallery, were we know all will be sais- do well to a the p into a bule
fled. Particular' attention to taking chil- and informn thel und:-,si-lne-, who will
dren or family Groups. pay in cash or trad, for all be can getL
Call at once and, be convinced.- i
A. ETEVZ, ,AiL ,A por' 'r wll calt at their houses for
A. J. EaTEiVE, Artist. th, bun]-ls. JAS. R. CUpRRY.
Key West, May 6, '76. lm. Kcy West, Feb. 26, '76. tf.
SHERIFF' SRLE. """"*" ""
SQ )Tj months arter date, I will present
S H E R IF F S A L E -01m1v final acrounts a~nd v,.nelhers as
ALE of a House under a Decree Aof t,,r
S D E -Y ITT,ot the H nO C ha s. S. B a r'ron ,
of Foreclosure f Mortgage. Judge of Probate 61f Mon Cny,
SBy virtue of a Decree of Foreclosure and at the same time as to .--. o. ,1i
.erf ade by. the Hon^-able E h ft er Aialm.tratin of said
Winer Bethel, Judge uf tho Circuit JAS. H. WEATHERFORD,
Court, Sixth Judicial Circuit of Flor- Administrator
ida, in Chancery sitting, wherein Key West, April 28, '76. 6M .
Rilfael Leal is Plaintiff, and Jose C.
Morilla is Defendant. SHOOTING GALLERY
I will, on MONDAY, the first day -: AND:-
of UE, A. 176, expose for a E CIG ACAY,
---at, Public Outcry, to the highest bid- BY
er, for cash, beforM e the door of the PROFESSOR DECAVERO.
Court House, Monroe County, within IN THE BILDINU OF
the legal hours of sale, that certain 1.f1sss. WHITE & FERIGUSON.
House on Fitzpatrick Street, City of SSR USON.
Key West, known as the Borhes Three lessons given weekly in the
Photographic Gallery." us3e of any arm desired for .1.00.
Purchaser to pay for Bill of Sale. Shooting Gallery open every even-
JAMES A. ROBERTS, ing, (Sundays excepted,) until eleven
Sheriff Monroe County, Florida. o'clock P. M.
Key West, May 6, '76. 4w Key West, April 15, '76. tf.
SW* The above property has been '
postponed till the first Monday in NEW GOODS AGAINI
June. REMENDOUS Excitement in
T^ ATST A W GOODS, just ar.
REM OVAL. rived per Stmr. and Schnr., from
S New York: Ladies and Gentlemen's
WENTZEL'S BARBER SHOP, Straw Hats, of a!l and every descrip-
W~flTEL'SBABBR SHP, 'ion, also, Panama Hats, prices that
-f"AS removed posited his Old Stand, ill astonish you Also, a fine assort-
- in he,ew business House of
guson. sHe intends fitinl ment of WVILLO IF IVARE,
up in good style, so as to enable him Childrens Perambulators,
accommodate his numerous customers. AND,
Sharing, Hair-cutting, and Last but not least, AMottoes with
.anspooing done in a superior man- shaded silks and--wroristed to match.
r, at the standard prices. Call-fniTffTsee at
WENTZE'- PIERCE & WERTHEIMER.
W April 29, '76. tf. Key West, April 15, '76.


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Cooking Stoves


Boots and Shoes,
Ladies'., Misecs and Clhldren's Lantest Slyle of


A


ii' AND
Kitchen Furniture

13in, Cojp3per cfC Trona. ^W0rk3 FzO. T STiKST, Oppor'i c Post Offle.o.
E h:ve on hand a variety of Cooking Stoves, consisting of the ORBIT,
LAUREL RANGE & COTTON PLANT, for wood or coal, which we will
sell at, for No. 6, $16-for No. 7, 818-for No. 8, .22, and VESSEL
Es with railing, $20 each, all warranted to 1ake well or the money re-
ed. All kinds of Kitchen utensils, with FORCE & LIFT PUMPS. Ships
Lights, red and grecn, at 84.50.
ir stouk of Tinware is full and complete, at reduced prices. All business
Irw il Tl.q,,1;, i i


1


...... -- --Aitxe in bn -tin I1(` punlet"ally attended to.
y West, April 17, '75. tf.
AT THEIR OLD STAND.dy at home... nt- wantd. o..f
andl erms free. TRUE Co.
AngnU, N.,... Just received,
27oc.eo G.,. ROWEL, &Co,, oNew Yorb-, ''/ BARRtEl-, fresh Tho-
am p h let of l100 Pa gres, eon tahain g lh pt q of 3 0: M i li l I m sto n U ; A p pl y t o
S& E H ow e. papers, axd etimatc, showingcost 1f aAl- Y m1 0 :i'. pply o
im. iW3 .'URRY.
Key West, Oct. 23> 1875. A nor day at horne. Samples _-- -- .. .
KyeoA2 .tth$frete TINSON & Co TER F
$ 1 z 41, r Portland, Main,. /
'.t.-- 50,000 /G-ALLO-N:;,x terfor!
JOHN H. GREGORY, TTYSnonsoole o,trats.
JO H G R E G O R. )cst of all. Send stamp for list of I ,".,,C. TIFT.
i .als. Address, D-ANIEL F.' Key West, Aprinl 1. '7.;.
Ds e tl e tr JL 32 LY W ashington, N .J. j N --- -.-. ..

GENERAL MERC tHANDIZE, W BUTCEtSIII-48, (
5 At the "ISho-FlU" House,
IIOLESALE AND RETAIL. EACOL1 & TSON, '
AT THE OLD MARKET. V HARDING,
Ships Messes supplied with all kinds of Sea Stores, -- NG received a lot of choice Proprietor.
.. cattle (steers,) from Manatee,
Awarpre pared to supply our friends RES 11Pork, constantly on hand,
Fine Wines, Liqors, Ales, Mtieral Waters, a customers with the best of L Beef Sausage, Pork Sausage,
Er- ET< BEEF at 10, 12 & 15 cts. per lb. H, gshead Cheese, Fresh Tripe,
ErC., ETC., ErTC. us once and be convinced that we Soused Tripe, Poultry, Eggs, &c.
Imported nd Domstic Cirs the finest beefin the market. He begs to call the attention of the
Inporta and Domestic Ciar, fey West, Jan. 15, '76. tf. public to his carefully selected stock,
Duval Street, Opposite St. James' Hotel. crib t one r always fresh, and constantly being
SW crib at onSe er th5 ,added to. Give him a ca!l b
K -y West, Fla., September 25th, '75 .dde- t a h5, 'fa tf.
10("y of the C;.-1:1. Koy West, March, ,'.


Edgings, Insertions,

Lace Trimmings, &c.


The Largest Stock of
DRY G- 001 O S,
3x 3LeSO West.


Key West, Fla, May s8h. '7-


tf.


BENJAMIN CURRY,


JAMES C. CURTis.


CURRY & CURTIS,
CORNER OF DUVAL AND GREENE-STREET.


FFER to their frieans d the ihli, a frshl 8a)1full su ,ply of:
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, HARDWARE,


CUTLERY,
PROVISIONS,


CROCKERY,
WOODEN WARE,


ec.,


&c.,


Ac.,


R p


1W This establishment will confine itself cri y-to supplies for Famly
17e, and intend keeping on hand only fresh and good goods
and thereby merit a share of the public patronaJe.
CALL AND SEE OUR STOCK.


CURRY & CUrTIS-
l,


Key West, Fla., January 1, '75.


Ladies' & Gentlemen's


SHURRER'S


NEW STORE, NEWAy GOODS !
AT

a fiB J La v 'J :J '^ , }. d L ,J .-.J i ;,^ .--a i ) $(3'

Simonton, near Front Sta. Key W:LLI t

JU7ST RECEIVE D and on .haad the FOLLOWING':


il~ ~~i~n~,


S TO RE & REW G000,9


Key West, March 25, '76. ly.

GEO. WOODS & C0.'S

PARLOR ORGANS.



n~ a







i4i


_r


DUVAL-STREET.

THIS-' IS THE PLACE TO G-ET PU RE

D pugs & Medicines.

He keeps on hand an extensive assortment of


S. S. LOWE,
Corner of Eaton and Elizabeth Streets.
GENE .L DEALER IN

Dry Goods, Groceries,
a/-


O BO9! a/t Panic Prices



BARGAINS! BARGAINS !
A I.rarse assort'nent or
GN-TS FUnlyiSI.VG GOODS,
LADIES' FANCY & DUJESS, GOODS,
MLEr & BOYS CLOTHING, a large stock,
HOSIERY, DOMESTICS, BLEALCIED COTTON.
BOOTS & SHOES, HATS & CAPS, &c. &c. &ec.
AT VERY LOW PRICES.
A LARGE & VARIED ASSORTMENT OF

Hamburg Edgings, &c.
Am

O-nIoS 4k. VE OL

AT OVE-FOURTHI LESS TtHAN EVER SOLD JrTUErI


Millinery Goods,

Ribbons, Flowers,


Yankee Notions,


I)-f ry


so


Shawls, Blankets,

Piano Covers,





E --- -'P-alpt~w **~e~~~rra~e~-~)ilslllCd`l.rrayrr~


i


Arriving every THURSDAYS from New York, and TUESDAYS
from GALVESTON, carrying Mails to GalrOston and through
S.--.. .c:. to New Orleans.
For D'I- :.'a I and Passage, apply at the Office of the Agents.
Key West, Fla., January 1, '75. tf.


Key West, Fla., May 15th, '75.


tf.

COFFEE HOUSE,
For Ladies and Centlemen,
Eaton-street.


January Ist, 1875.


I


ARE
SHAWLS AND BALMORAL SKIRTS,
ASSORTED FANCY REGATTAS,
BLEACHED AND UNBLEACHED COTTON OF ALL KINDS,
Also, a complete assortment cf
YANKEE NOTIONS, HATS AND CAPS,
BOOTS AND SHOES, FURNITURE, &c., &c.
CABIN MESS and SHIP STORES supplied at short notice.
Key West, Fla., January 1, '75. tf.


FREDRICK FILER & SON,
[ [i)a-lrs i] 3 L







Have constantly on hand all kinds of Dressed and Undressed
YELLOW PINE LUMBER,


SCROLL SAWING.
HE undersigned begs leave to in-
form the public that he has erect-
ed a. Scroll Sawing Machine,
near the Lighthouse, where he hopes,
to supply all those who may desire
work done in his line, and in a work-
manlike manner. He will furnisk
Balusters, Brackets Cornices and all
kinds of Scroll Work done in any style
or finish that is required. Terms
moderate.
JOHN CARROL.
Key West, Apr. 8, '76.


3'9;5


/AGENTS FOR
AGENTS POE --


ew York. 3 C C -M,
N'ew York.


WILLIA1 CURRY, [p[][R@I


COITEISSI0A ERChANIT C.% 0.
AND PROP THE I


\--or --


i


-xciiG otioas,
Stationer ,-


R.M. KEMP.
Key West, Sept. 25, '75. ly.
B~~~ JE J 9CL3AE
eatty Gohlen
Tongue'
Parlor Orgaias are ranked by exii-
nent Insieians as the leading orman inow
in use. For the Church, Sabbath School,
Lodge or Parlor they have no superior
throughout the worlI. W, challenge
any manufacturer to equal them for
sweetnesss and volume of tone. Where
we have no agents we will allow any one
wishing to buy the agent's discount.
Agents wanted everywhere. Send stamp
for list of testimonials and circular of
this wonderful music producing instru-
ment. Address, DANIEL F. BEATTY,
Washington, N. J.


STATE of TEXAS,
CITY of AUSTIN,


Capt. Bolger,
Capt. Eldridge,


1548 Tons.
1293 to


Vroot.


CITY SAN ANTONIO, Capt. Pennington, 1412 ,,


the most complete and varied
in anyone establishment in
of GOODS, inclhing:

OCERIES

LY USE,
E CUTLERY,
'ED 'AIIE,

ARE,

( O0 C K ER Y.
ent of





Stoves, Furnaces.
-per, Window Shades,
.'2Iusical Instruments,

Finest Toilet Soap,
T hermometors,

s., Eye Glasses,
.ortsmanV's Goods,

Paints, Oi,
Metals of all kinds.

S^ 7 UOl.


CORONDELETTE,


Capt. McCrery,


1508


NEW BUTCHER!
Beef! Beef!! Pork!!! A&*, Ae.
At Warren's O Sla o tw, Front o
(Near the Post eqke.)
THE hindersigaod offers to the citi.
zons of this city, a supply of Beef
that has no superior in the market, at
the usual prices, and intends to offer
such beef to Hotels and boarding
houses, as will redeem the character of
Florida Beef. Ships' messes promptly
attended to.
0. W. THOMPSON.
Key Wast, Oct. 23, '75. tf.


R


u. S.


THIS popular resort has been reju-
nivated and the proprietor is now
ready to entertain his friends, in a
manner pleasing to themselves.
CAKES. PIES, and COFFEE,
can be had at all times up to 11 at
night.
night. MARCUS OLIVIERI.
Key West, Jan. 16, '75. ly.*


^-^33m 03r "Vaille Olty,
-: FROM :--
KEY WEST TO CEDAR KEYS,
And Intermediate Landi-ng's
J5AMES HoUKAY, Master.
Leave Cedar Keys on PFRIDAYS. Arrive at Key West on MONDAYS.
Key West on MONDAYS. Arrive at Cedar Keys on THURSDAYS.
Touching at Manatee, Tampa, Palmeto, and Punta Rassa, both going and
returning. For freight or passage, (having excellent accommodations).
Apply tq the Captain on board.


E undersigned has established a
first-class BAKERY at the above
I], -where choice
CAKES, PIES, and BREAD :
Sad a speciality. His French Rolk
nGraham Bread will be kept fresL
ind pure,
Customers will be supplied at their
doors, with all they require in his line.
Enquire for the ROSS' BAKEBY,
and give him a trial.
Key West, Oct. 30, '75. tf.


CHARLES SJOHN.






BLACKSrMiTH, MACHINIST,
AND'


WALL-STREET.,
Repairs all KINDS of MACHINTZY,

BLACKSMITH WORK in all its
branches promptly done.
HORSE-SHOEING a Speciality.
Key West, Jan. 30, '75. tf.


GLOVES! GLOVES I!
A LARGE and full assortment of
Kid, Thread, and Cotton Olovs,
which he offers very low, at his Old
Stan 1, corner of Bahama and Flemixg
Streets. JAS. R. CURZY.
Key West, Feb. 26, '76. tt.

CENTENNIAL I CENTERNIAL!!
Bare Curiosities of Old Cosin,
FOR SALE.
NE Old Pine-Tree Shilling, of
1652.-Washington $10 Gold
piece of 1799. $5 Gold Coin of 1803.
Silver dollars of various ages from
1799 to 1812, together with a rare lot
of old coppers.
Apply to Capt. Dixox, near U.S.T.
Depot.
Key West, Feb'y. 5, '76. 6m.


Key T'7est, May 22, '75.


tf.


Chandeliers,


LAJiMP


Chronometers, Barowr

Telescopes, Mlarine G1
Spectacles, Pistols an
Ship Chandlery,
Varnish, Brushes,
CX oY )on n -:LXCI .-. E


BE ^ T CELEBMATED anHa LightMning Do.
Charm Do., &c., &c.. &c.
ATTY CT S 0 OLDE I FOGARTY & JOHNSON,
TONGUE PAMLO=Q O GANS. RAys Front Street.
SFKey West, March 4, '76. tf.
OF LIGHT FROM THE PR-ESS :
Beatty's Golden Tongue Parlor Or- A
gans have won for themselTves a good ER A !
reputation far and wide.-Washington
(N. J.) Star. F.lags, Banners, Regalia,
W e w would recom m end this .xeellent ]D g t o 'L s -
instrument to the musical world, for Digests or LaWs, & .,
its fineness of tone.-Petersburg (Ind.) 1 FO SECRET SOCIETIES.
Democrat.
Woodbine Lode o Fellows MR. JAS. R. CURRY,
has purchased one of Beattv's Golden
Tongwo Organs, and it is the bt-st in- Will keep on hand everything xeod-
strument ever brought to this town.- ed for Secret Societies, which he will
Woodstown [N. J.] Register. sell at a very low rate, as he intends
The instrument gives entire satis- making these articles a speciality inr.
faction. My brother, who purchased his business.
the organ, s highly pleased.-Mem- Persons wishing a ful set of officers
phis [Mo.] News. Regalia, for any Lodge, can be sup-
Those who wish to purchase a first- plied at a small percentage above cost.
class instrument for home, a ll or t He hopes by a liberal course, to ob-
church music should try a, Bf tty by tain all the patronarv, of this kindjiu
all means.-Hersey [Mich.] C i line. this city. '
-, ..- -e lines ', .- 11 at is D and Notio
ever heard.--tdina [Mo.] De-nocrat. 1 House, corner of Fie ing an( a am
It is pronounced a splendid instru- Streets.
mint.-James E. Hall's letter to Fin- Key West, Feb. 5, '76. tf.
lay [Ohio] America Patron.
A reputation which places them CHEAP STORE
above suspicion They are indorsedd C H O R .
by the highest musical authorities Cor. of Eaton & Mahamng "'ts.
throughout the world as the best.-
St. Charles ,[o.] Gossip. TIHE undersigned would respectfully
Agents wanted everywhere to can- J m ounce to his old friendsani pat-
wanted evei ce to c *rout, that he hnis re-opened at the Old
vass for this superior instrument. Stand of BRAMAN & SON. adlining


BEATTY'S PARL OR RGANS!
Any first-class PAINTER AND LETTERER
can find something to his advantage by
addressing the manufacturer, DANIEL
F. BEATTY, Washington, N. J.

NEW STORE NEi GOODS S
BPAM1L ySUPPMES.
TIIE Unirsigned has e stablished
himself at the Old Stand of Capt.
Win. H. Yon Pfister,
Corner of Whitehead & Southard SBis.
v.L'.-- he will endeavor to keep on hand
i;/p. a full^ supply of
NEW AND FI r.TT
^VOCEJUJES,


CUTLEt tj,
And everything required for families.
His arrangements are ssch in New
York that hig supply will be kept up,
with nothing but the best of
( Groceries.
-' Call and see my Goods. .--:
JOHN S. GANDOLFO.


-St. James 04otel,
DIUVAL-STREET, Wf-M. LED WITCHI, Proprietor.

HIS well appointed HOTEL has been thoroughly renovated, and is
ready to receive guests.
Furnished rooms to rent, with or without board at moderate rates.
Key West,' May 22, '75.


TaHOM PSOA- MARKET.
SUST received from New York, (and
Swill hereafter receive weekly) a
large supply of
BEEF, MUTTO.N,
POULTB Y,
SAUSAGES, Ac., on 1lo,
which he will sIl, at the lowest rate.
C. W, T ",M'4ON.
Key West, Jan.


Oa


Corn,


4


now


ALL KINDS F


ly.


z Co.


AND 5BLDING M. ER


L I


" .


VW 50 or 60,000
Pine .Appleis, to cut by the
10th of May next, at my plant.
tion, on Key Largo. Persons wishing
to purchase will please write me at
Key West, at once.
BENJ. BAKER.
Key West, March 11, '76. tf.

HAY, POLES AND SPARS.
Ot fBALES of HAY and a fine lot
WW vof Sprucnee POLES and SPARS,
which will be sold cheap for Cash.
A. F. C. TIFT.
Key West, April 17, '75. tf.


the Baptist Church, with an entire new
Stock of
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES,
FANCY GOODS, IHATS,
CAPS, SHOES,
NOTIONS, &c.
All of which will be sold cheap for
Cash.
NEW GOODS WEEKLY.
G-i" No trouble to show goods. _
JOHN O. BRAMAN.
Ke.v West, Nov. 20, '75. lV.


_

--:AND.:
FAMILY SUPPLIES.
Steamers supplied with Coal and Water, upon short notice.
Key West, Fla., January 1, '75. ly.


Key Wecst, Sept. 11, '75. tf.
PARLOR
H a.T.- 0 r. OGAANS3
Agents wanted everywhere, mnale or
female. Address, DANIEL F.
BE1ATTY, Washington, N. J.
The Place to Buy is Up-Town
AT THE
KEYWESTLADIES'NOTION STORE!
Cor. Fleming & Bahama Sts.
THE GOOD TIME HAS 1OMB!!
_L0OW PI0C S ALWAYS I N!
The Ladies are all rushing up-town
to Buy their Goods from

JANIMES ReCURR Y.
Where they find everything they
want can be had very cheap, of the
Latest and most Fashionable Styles ;
who has a very large Stock to select
from, and which is continually increas-
ed by selections made by his Agent in
New York. His Stock is very com-
plete in
Staple and Fancy Dry Goods,
{13mTIOTS, LADIES BONNETS,
rIrBON.:, TRIMMINGS, TOYS. &c.
Key West, Jan. 1st, '75 tf.
B~rTT^ CELEBRATED
BEATTY'S Colden Tongue
PARLOR ORCANS are highly recom-
mended by Prof.. 0. Hunger, Rev. A.
2H. Jelley, Baltimore, Md-; Prof; John
B. Rowland, Rev. S. Domer, Washing-
ton, D. C.; G. S. Dysart, Bloomfield,
Iowa; G. W. Robinson, Prof. Johnston,
Philadelphia, and thousands of others as
the best in use. Send stamp for extend-
ed list of testimonials before buying a
parlororgan. Agents wanted everywhere.
Address, DANIEL Fh BEATTY,
Washington, N. J.

SIGNAL LANTERNS,
AND SUIPS

SIDE LIG HTS
for Kieroseme or SLard Oil.
A- grea variety, just received by
FOGARTY & JOIINSON.
Feb'y. 20, '75. tf.

5eattyPI IT0
GRAND SQUARE AND UPRIGHT.
This splendid Piano Forte combines
every imprbvemont in tone with power
and great durability, and has received
the unqualifed endorsements of the high-
eat musical authorities for its myelous,
extraordinary icaness of tj. f.wng
NO SUPERIOR IN THE WOEL].* La-g,
size, 7- Octa'ves, Overstrung Bass, Full
Iron Frame, French Grand Action 'Fre
Deskt, Carvod Pedal, Solid Ros.wood
Mouldings, Ivory Kov Front, Capped
Hammera, a Graffe T -, I.1I.-, &c. Liberal
_Xse-oumt to the trade. Agents wanted-
male or female. |W Send stamp. for
eirmcular.- Address, DANIEL F.
EATTY, Washington, New Jersey.


Address, DANIEL F. BEATTY,
Washington, N. J.


~h~e@eived


B. P. BAKER,


F. W. ROBERTT,


".*o GGC.-


T. R. RUSSELL.


SHIOEMJAIKING.


JEREMIAII FOGARTY.


FRED. W. JOHNSON.


E informs his friends that he is now
ready to do all kindsof custom-work,
in the best possible manner, and war-
ranted good fits. His charges will
moderate.
A specialitywill be made of reparinLg,
in a neat manner.
Key West. Fla., January 1, '75 lr
*


PERFUMERY, &<.,


CANNED GOODS,


FASHION 10 ABLE
a .1--j x/%, r,---A:
MANUFACTURED FROM
THE HAWKSBILLTURTLE SHELL,
-: ALSO :-
EPAIRING done on Sewing
Machines, Locks, Guns,
Pistols, Well Pumps,
Lamps, Eye Glasses, Ac.
All Work warranted.
Shop on Southard, between Elizabeth
and Simonton Streets.
C. D. HAWKINS,
Practical Machinist.
Key West, Fla., Dec. 4, '75. ly.

Beatty PIANO!
GRAND SQUARE AND UPRIGHT.
"These celebrated instruments havw
attained a wonderful degree of popular-
ity among the musical fraternity genesr-
ally. They have been tested by, and re-
c.ive, the positive indorsemants of some
of the most celebrated musicians for
harmony and richness of tone. They are
without a superior."-Huntingdon [Pa.]
Monitor. I ." Agents wanted. Send
stamp for catalogue. Address. DANIEL
F. BEATTY, Washington, New Jersey.


FANCY GOODS,


And in fact very thing almost that -:y >.e may require.
All o" which will be sold chcn if,,r CASH.IL


FTL.LTAM A. PITCHER.
* ly.


Key West, Fla., January st, '75.


Stock


SHIP CHANDLERY,




Paints,


U NT D EI I T A AK E I Z.2
WIA.,L-STISEET.
The undersi.gned 1)Ce leave to call
the attention of their friends that they
have opened a Shop on the above
Street where they will be able to do
all manner of business in their line in
a workmanlike manner, by contract or
otherwise.
UNDERTAKERS as a SPECIALITY
Are able to make and repair furni-
ture rendering it as good as new, at
reasonable rates. Give us a trial.
Key Mest, Ja L23, '75. ly.


of


TOGE-TH: "t


YANKEE


NS, CROCKERY WARE,




Oils &c



buckets, Brooms,

Beef, Pork,
C., &c

4d Sizes, for Smach's Use.

ED LOW FOR CASH.
ly.


W. D. CASH,9
At the GEt" BUILDING,
Corner Front & Durv-al Streets.
LAS JUST REPLENISHED FROM NEW YORK,
WITH A FULL SUPPLY OF


GROCERIES,





BOOKS,


STATIONERY, &e.


CLOTHING,


Canned Goods, Tin

Flour, Pails,
,&c., &c.,
FISHING LINES of all ki

ALL OF WHICH WIL
Key West, Fla., January 1, '75.


WILLIAMf

I AM DEA%


Superior to any offered in this City.


BEATTY :pETA:NzOS
GRAND QI-ARI; AND UPRIGIIr.
rhesi Pianos are the fine in th
world as regards tone and excellence.-
Huntingdon [Ten.] Republican.
The Beatty Pfano is pronounced by
all, th: swet,.:,t toned instrument man-
factured."-Gettysbnrg [Pa.1 Century.
The Beatty Pianos. grand, square and
upright, are remarkable for their beauty
of finish, as well s for the sweetness and
volume of tone."-Middletown [N. I.]
Mercury.
Mr. Beattv is a responsille business
man."--Iashingtn [IN. J.1 Star.
Agents wanted cv,.rywher,. Send
stamp fr caetalogue. Address, DANIEL
F. BEATTY, Washingtonm, New Jersey.


AMONG HIS

(n@9@9


9


UST RECEIVED per Schnr. D.
H. Anthony, from Rockport,
Maine, is now discharging at our
wharf :
500 tons best Eastern ICE.
2.-0 balbs fine Eastern HAY,
]00 sacks CORN,
100 do. (small) OATS.
100 spruce Spars and Poles.
All of which will be sold low for Cash.
A. F. & C. TIFT.
Key West, Feb. 12. '76. 2nm.


SPARKLING SODA WATER
-j AND -
PURIE G'INGE:l AI,K.
ON DRAUOHT.
At JOHNSON'S.
Key West, March 20, 75. if.


AN LERS IN

Lumber, Buildi aterials, Tools, &c.


TW OULD respectfully inform the -itizens of Key West,f tlat hpvy are pre-
S' pared to do all kind of work i their line, with neatness and dispatch
either by contract or otherwise. They have constantly on hand all the
necessary HARDWARE for Buildings, and a large supply of


MAHOGANY, JUNIPER, AND CYPRESS BOARDS,
JUNIPER SHINGLES, MOULDINGS AND LATHS.
yTermets Fasar.
Key West, Fla., January 1, '75.


tf.


MOULDINGS,
HAIR, &c.


VINiES AND LIQUOR,
Wholesale and Retail.
Keyv Wast, ?an. 9, '75


Subscribe at once for the
] eyE of the GUlf.


ly.


CIIIII~


S T STORE!
M NEW G00BDS!

ST^.-.. i-st received fromix New York,
; I l. .. last "t.::,., ..N
A FULL ASSORTMENT OP* .*
\ DKY GOODS, SBOm,
IHats, (Ladies, Gent's
Sand Boys,)


T gu
SOg lgs pA


Doors, Sashes, Blinds,


Mouldings, Brackets,


Newels, Balusters,


STAIR RAILS, SASH WEIGHTS, &c.

AT MANUFACTURERS PRICES.
Special attention given to Black Walnut and other First-class work.
We guarantee all Goods ordered through us, to be at New York Prices.
1e always present Original Bills, so that parties can see that we maki no extra
charges. Those ordering through us to pay the additional expense of Freight.
N. B.-Estimates furn ished on application to P. & A.


As GIITI %T,
FoOT or FITZPATEICK-STBEET.
The New York and Galveston U. S. Mail Steamship Line, composed of the
following first Class Steamships:-


1%Tc. J. J?-"


SY continual additions to my tor
1 assor-man of o efha-iandize,
the United States. It consists of almost

PROVISIONS At
OF CHOICE,
SELECTED ESPECIALI
FINE WINES AND LIQUORS,

EARDWARES,

GLASS WARE, .

WOODEN WARE

General As
I!,.V
<. :, ^ ,r-I- - -- ,-: ^... .-
.'"'-,r v: t', *% . y"'1
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Bedding, -ugs, Matti
STATIONER 'Upholster
Gold, Silver and Bro\e
Gold, Silver and Bronsze j.


SGroceries, &e.
o All o which I will guarantee to sell
-cI^heap, if not cheaper than any other
ore in town.


F


TO HOUSEKEEPERS.
HE undersigned intends te devote- his
attention almost entirely to the
Jlepairing of Furniture,
AXD -
UO^Iholsterlxx,
and such other articles, commonly used
in a family. He will make TABLES,
SAFES, WABD-SBOBES, WASH.
STANDS, &c., at the very lowest rates.
Apply at his residence, near Seiden.
berg's Cigar Manufactory.
ROBERT MORROW.
Key West, Feb. 5, '76. I- tf.


Mail


ROSS' BAKERY,


SOAP! SOAP! ISOAPM
UST received from the celebrated
PACKER 31ANUFACTUTRrNO Co.,
a full and general variety:-con-
sisting in part of:-
WASHING SOAP, No. 1, 2, & 3,
Erasive Soap,
All Healing Tar Soap,
Florida Water Do.


Wmn. & Jos. F. Albury,


SHiPWRIGHTS AND CAULKERS.
- EVOTE themselves entirely to
I /business in their line, and pi dge
themselves to do everything in a work-
manlike manner, and at reasonable rates.
Key West, April 10, '75. tf.


H ay,


BU I



LAUDING

OO R ,

T,



t e, and comprises many
ble to a family.


AAT-A-T- T --j


M NERC HATS,


DEALERS 1N


SASH,


BL ND


I


CE V

P LATER PAM
B" Ea^' g ggB g ff%^Bl
The Housekeepers department i ex
useful Articles, almost inis
CALL AND '
THE IMMENSE "V
-A2.4s.Md *f>0 40


df--U-L7st


By last Steamer from New York, a full supply of

FRESH G U E 9CBR 1ES, a&C.,
M1,MTVITTT- 4TJJTPP^T .TT72 TOGETHER WITH
A GOOD SUPPLY 07
DOMESTIC DKY GOODS,


B. P. BAKER & CO.,
HOUSE CARPENTERS
--'AN-D---


SR. HICKS,
BOOT AND SOEVMAKER
Front, Corner of Ann Ste.


FOGARTY
AT THE OLD STAND
Aro now prepared to offer to .

A FRESH AND .'


HNSON,
". PACKED,
. trons and the pub]e,

ASSORTED

ooepies,


J. F MCKILLIP
LADIES'
BOOT AND SIYOE MAKBX,

SAWYER'S CLOTHING STORK
FRONT STREET.
He intends making Ladies' Boots
and Shoes a speciality, and will attmt
the residence of any lady to mawv
for perfect fits.
Key West, Fla.. Jan. 1, '75. ly.


Beatty's M&
HALL, LODGE, OFFICE CABINET
ORGANS. Best in use. Send stamp for
circular. Address, DANIEL F.
BEATTY, Washington. N. J.


-H Iew


NOTiOE.
HE undersigned would respeod
1 fully inform the citizeas of Key
West, that he has opened a
oCasr 3l%,re
on Simonton-Street, adjoining the re-
sidence of Willianm T. Pitcher, where
there will be found the best
Havana A Donmestic Cigars,
by the Wholesal o and Retail, at very
moderate prices.
The public patronage is respetfully
solicited.
Orders from abroad will be strictly
attended to with celerity and dispatch,
from my own Factory.
JOSE A. TORANO.
Key West, Jan. 1, :75. ly.*

SYMMONETT'S SALOON,-
F ONT ST:RE T.
-: o:-


WARREN,


"AKERS


BeattyPIANO
GRAND SQUARE AND UPRIGHTT.
Endorsed by the highest musical au.
thorities throughout the world as THE
BEST.
Mr. D. F. Beatty, at Washington,
Warren County, N. J., has engaged in
the manufacture of pianos, an judging
from his energy, enterprise and musical
'abihtiy.the public may expect to secure
in his pianos vwl"U4ished, durable and
fine-toned instruments, at a very moder-
ate price."-Lambertville [N. J.]Reconkr-
& Send st-imp for catalogue. Ad-
(Irro, DANIEL F. BEATTY. Wash-
ingtox, New Jersiy


JOHN T. ATKINS,
PAINTER.
G _RAINING, Qlazeing, Gilding,
and paper hanging.
Paint Shop, on Fleming-street, near
the Garrison.
Key West, Aug. 28, '75. tf.


SASHES, BLIND& DOORS,
LIMIE, CI ENT,
Key West, Fla., January 1,.'

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