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Key of the Gulf
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048587/00002
 Material Information
Title: Key of the Gulf
Uniform Title: Key of the Gulf (Key West, Fla. 1855)
Physical Description: v. : ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. H. Ward
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: August 23, 1879
Frequency: weekly (published every saturday)
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1855.
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: "Ask nothing but what is right - Submit to nothing that is wrong."
General Note: Editor: Wm. H. Ward <1858-1860>
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Nov. 17, 1855).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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logy fdr, duu.to i]dtifioian Qi th._..
tuodaegsw use:tf4iAsh(l. Tbeit fo~oltpi.
ing and equivocal. fertAkt uayor
indefimable modeFa.tiu Isa ipme wed_
eacourwng, became it clearl provMe
that the light of scientific trathlU
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S'T" .. 1 yyy) ,1AL TEMlIsI. K,,, N.4.. A T
:E i "n '~ and- rd F1Vriday
"-*** '^ I-BM~t~l.-''JB^^^ML of eachb montb
Ell t ,S T l r 0! l... .. .. ,"
.. .. ..- g. R o o m a t 7 3 0
.T.,ima r ,B^:^^r on. 8a Y- 1eH l "All enplgr
...m'i A0.!* .@.i"."- of Honor in.
A .u.-, it!t pi~mmeta. 'hgood standing
i....-_ .... ---..a .- ill l l are i twited to
_rlOll,:"- JOs. A. TORANO, W. C. T.
One ; square '" '" n'3 0 .o .7 ,R 0BOBT. J. PENT, W. R.
ITw6 _,res." I ne inserting : 2O00 .". .
two'hiji'e$ -u~ot 1' 00~ SOUTHEUIN %TAR COUNVCIL.
Sixsliw4 Owe i*loertion 6 00 No. 1, of Fiorida.
Six Sqtares. owa month 15 00 Convocations on the. evenings of the
'Ten squares, e, inserti 2 0, second Friday of each moth, at the
One-half column, one yewr 75 00 Council Chamber, at 7-- I? M.
One column, ot~e iun#ertiota 20 00 All visiting- Comp~ntuns, cordially in-
One column, o01e month -- 40 30 vitdd to attend.
*Onecalunn,. oix months 75 00 J, W. V. U. PLIPMMER, C.C.
One column, twelve months 1319) H.B SOxmILLA*, Recorder.
'_y2iB One ich c iistitutes a square.
Church Directory.
R EV C H ARLES A .0A O IL ES T, 'R .E ot ..
-ServiceSuuday 10.30 a&m. and 7.30'
p.ni.""; :Sinav Sdlio61 at 4 pin. Ser. ISLAN.tD CITY l.OBDGE,
vices fiur Si. Peter's congregation No 1.0. GOOD TEMPIARS.
(col6red)ili St. Paul's Church every Oiganized May'lth, '74
Thuiri"day evening. Meets every Monday, tt 7, P.M., at
Services in St., Paul's, Sundays. at Good Templa"s'Hall.
129 m. for Cuban Episcopal cougrega- -- W. H. WILLIAMS, W. C. T-
tion, Rev. Juan B. Baez, Missionary. PHILIP THOMPSON, W. S.
ST, PETER'S' PARISH, episcopall.)
ev. ,Frank B. Gilbert officiati4g.- UNITY LODGE,
Sevioes in the DOuglass SBboolhoumte, Io. 1 1, 1. 0. Good Templars,
every Sunday afternoon at 4.30, and Organized Nov'r. 17th, '74.
evensldg at 8oclock. Hoiy Commu. ] ee g ever y p t 7 ,
union aadm inisteted ill St. -Paul s i T i 7 rS a
Church"St Sund:tv in each month at, .heir Lodge Bo.om.
8 ..l W -B. CUiRRY, W C. T.
8 a. ... ... W A, l'aBP'I:., W,. S.
Preselling," Sundy 10 a. Il aIud. r, 1 No. 2, 1. O.Cood Templaru.
In. n, Ulld Tliti sdays 7.15, 1p. in. N-" *0,col^ ^
S:tbb.lth' School 3.30"-p. i."; Prayer Moets every Wednesday at 7 P.M.
Meriing. Tuesday 7.15 p.m. Comi- at.theirnHall.
muunion Service 1st Sabbath in each C. F. KEMP, .C. T.
month. BENJ. ROBFRTS, \\. S.
r, i service 1n o' i No. I. JUVEN ILE TEMPLARS.
S..bb~>.inorng service 10 o clock. ; Meets every Tues, lay afternoon at 511
]venut, service

Svhtp~j! 3'!.A_0. Pmvray Mettig-S
'l'uesdty au |,. FTm ay aeu~gs!., 7 WILT IA-4 BATES. C T.
*luestiyttv u~l,!hurlavr-~ evemuigs at. 7 (JEouG, Lowo, R. S.
:Serviee Ist Sabath, il n A 1, '78,,
ea~ch monthl.,.. '' ,: I _
SCLUAv )l.r, E. C*Pxh, Himii

U, "ett -,e,,vic-"e' ai i GiSTER IN BANKRUPTCY.
t .0p.m. IIl the "Servicesapi^ aT; .I
. U.30 i" ] So. Dist. Fla.
-hie Spa',ish luailuage.] a^ -
.-.-.---.- 4.... ..<.. M A.1L^ONIN litt .,
mdhwi.r .A amt .sev. ^ t'vir fil Lf 7
Meets at the Masonic AND
'Hall every second and eOTI^TOR IN PTTAMPTRT.
fourth Wednesday Even- SOLICiTOR 1 CRANCERY.
hitis of each mouth, at 71 KEY WES'T', FLA.
o'clock. ....
Visiting companions cor- ^ U(-*E*_ O. L- E,
diallv invited to attend. -,A%.t 'y ELt X vw
w. H. WILLIAMS, Secy. United States Commissioner.
.'* A .....a I ^1W Will practice in State and
County Courtfs.

Tly^^^ 373ry evt 3[_m4%-vi--
f-BI,' Wi pract'ic in THF S.State
~~and County Courts.
.. 0. G %,. N
DI>ADE LODGE No. 14. N 0 T A R Y P U B L I C.
F. & A. X. Corner of Front & Aun Streets,
Meets at their Hall on the let and .KEY WEST, FLA.
3rd Wedueasdas, itt 71 o'cioek,
R. J. PERRY, W.M1. D~ ,W. V. R. PLUn ,
BN_. !.I LA. LOD. One door above Violniimin,-.
NoQ. *If Xt.* fi
cetsat, their Halt ou dhe Ist and DR. W 3. JBATLUM,
3rd hursda~yg, at %g o'*clk,
J. G.,ToL.pc. Secy. 0B.FICE;
=AUWNT WOWllt AS MOM aor, William & Eaton Streets,
=- -" NO '49v1i & Ax ^t, ,AKE WEST, I* LA.
Meets at their Lodge Boora on "Thomas _mwS39&^
Str i W fTae 'Mtm ty- an rid ay a, B s SI ^
and 3rd JNon lays a@d FXridays in each SS jSS
A ll Visitrs 'in good sta ndmi g are in, ^ gB ^ ^
:::' "- -- J '- 3 WOTHECARIES' HALL.

...... .-I:,_B.J- .... i') ,'Dr, JOSEPH OTTO,I
'*'.J^ ^^~ '' i D~rugist' a~n4 Chemist,

,' ,i7 "Y,, / t Fancy Goods, Stationery, &c.
)Vh eSWg'B sBBeam pH m eut9 No.* Bodies Em balaecl ifo rwuie to Frirh i..
.B^ .Meeitsll. Atdd Fellows Physicians' Prescriptions accurately
is eJ t on 'thff df l 4^n .SB'Fndgysat 8P. M: 3 .
Kr^ EO.c'E" ... C. E, A uctioneer~s.
..... g E T HOa Psos, H1': Wr .',, QT
^ r w. J. H.,i TALB aiia W- D/ CASHl,

i'*I Tlli^ !..1' il* P'erispo uttenlion to sales
^~iS ..* .lsum ent 41itle rooW lor titaruue.
KEY wf, T t(. ,O 13 0 GWYNN,
Meets il tOdd ^Felows Hall every
Mony8.n O. 0.od, M. '., 8 Z T I ON E E I1?,.,
G. V. Alien, V. G, G. B, 0atroB. it^ TET
....a an 3Key West, Fift.
9y West. an. 24
- ,/,% *soinoi attention given to all Con.
y.'St S-ginents.
<,. T T,, AM, ey) Tt Best prices obtained, and prompt
WBI" AN 58 LVUB. returns -- MOTTO.
2lm0M G.'. ,
oinmittee, ,p-:,

.It. = ^ -- ...a -- Allel ot ntrm tatt~use ; a month or so to kinder freeze Banksl Before whom 9.oh01.olt M.. *4 K one-: -they" ]PS wi lri1a p,,
*.'*-] **-T^ I faT, i *nfiC G ood S, I'd rather freze solid thar out, an* now we've shut up; buthI Tuenweaoar riyou r ribbo nf adrhear'the finald Amen" fBtis-"
Th an stay9 3,14h o meclandout, atee ." n w w e h t u ; u e ste ad y. IN" e, I re" t "ti .
iThan stayU home and be stewed. reckon its no use, for I hear Banks I ;_, 1.1 f ed natureV on.tilk other, tlw."- :,
H A TS C -A P St T R U K S,, ALiSS, long to inestigte has got his back up and gone over and Then stand up manly in the.& < stained track, of &n enemy whieh 'L,-..
.... an lon Po l sea, joined the Baptists." Until Satan's hosts are just to and n onl
O i f anythingOn an epn Polar seai So I said good day to the sexton B c tej o "used dietioal".
Or, in fact, anything and everything pertaimng to fitting out the And practically demonstrate and went in search of another sane. Be to;dy. The scapegoat of superficialminds-
human form divine, remember, that our That sue. a thing there be. tuarv. Then be steamy boys, what e'e y ;doidolteratio --s not' now held to be
t ., o my ambish, Remember the pledge to keep in qsv,, 40 responsible as fcaip.rly r-44.w
Slim m er" & F all G ood S AndBut the s it of my ambush, W----- ta-- ~ ...ng..a.army'that.s...lad4oino f
T r)iiag to A otl lish a Paw ls. true, t &lco hol could d ha m b ar ted t~enwy tp
l iller oo Is a seal ad walrus dish, broker. Be steady eeie indulgen.e;1the numer- <, ,
I~ s A n d a Iwla r b e a r o n t o a s te h e im i a r e ... d e a t h s i n t h e r a n k s o f t h e w e l t h y
I s n o w re ad y fo r in s p e c t io n a n d n e v e r w a s m o r e c o m p le t e o r b e t te r T h e n ha n b m e m y g a r m e n ts g ayst I rv erbi al .. ..en e x c e ss iveu o s u e r an e.. .u.r..
selected than now. For the vind is a trifle raw; proverbial. Recently a young man of Moderation. -,4fy o. p mchase,wiarea .
Ah, whatai so nice, I pray, a& n experimental and facetious turn of B Ag JOeNALIST nd e rit i of the choices. ^ .,;' "-
'CLOTHING AND FURNISHING GOODS to fit and suit every Man As the Irb of an Esquimau ? ide theat08 entrng a se yrii t have roaly i.d t do at. i t "
and Boy in this Commuity. Oh, a life n the ytcht Jeannette a secret shrine; be gave the officiating ate drinkifu I have probably acquire. uI to m to lotempa Neitber
t"bakwater"toanyothcrHouse in the land. Ate frndeep pon iff a ten dollar gold piee, and r gh t y afew words e cation ,or "Socidift& to v
As~~~~~^^ ; fo PICS w wlln uchAwilln hefozn ee!9od h right t-- ed- .,.^ f o" cw~l
LOWfo PRICES, GOOD GOnODbS, With the tercury down, you 'bet, said,: the great social ii-benit of the age- men if' they, exPos tile regulg~dye .
LOW PRICES, GOOD GOODS, Where -Ctaer hasgt t Enqier. a iellondthat?"hwmuhwll inevitable aoofoethof'manabe? fin rteinfluenceI of O otlaecoo.wit thprlyi..,, -. .,, Al
( Dealing; Polite Treatment," ad,.ce that ^ .. .. ., ...
SqureDeain Plit Teat en,"The Pawnbroker tested, ranged aud I arrived in London an abstainer, .1 do not ,wonder that the vpicee O
|lWeighed the coin, dropped a little and was soon told, with conceited lamentation is' heird.',tt~ihbe ainnuilt
31--4 0~xx E E A o _aquafortis upon it. and replied : frankness, that total abstinence was gatherings of oir tiionu .andaTO -
II o ur M ot-to 2 -alet you havfour dollars on not practicable in the exigencies of Fterenc h1 o ';.q, thig, -paintulky ,
~town life'; that it was all very well Imlaoul d eline: i* .*irjtpliltv in our2
^ ... ^.Four- < ErebuEL L A N Y cri^ed h ,young 94^^ ;.
Co ter s n, l ld i l l do r r e r e ho u t in the clear r" w here nature h ad eh u rc hes .'M y a n e m e ttt i -rath er .
Yours, t nman,t" why it's worth more." fair play, but that it had been tried.that theaChurch of Christ, has in at
Q' H N W VV. I W V aXJli&L, "Well, yes," answered the pawun and found waiting in the artificial measure maintained her irona' -
broker, "the gold is good, evidently, and severe eonditio s of modern civil,- whi st eoevery i c ;

K ey W e t Ja u r 1, '75, Wy I r s l bekd s to cburh T ei rt ho d l o t T a t e p i les. of to ta encopasse on" ^t
K y W est, J ry 1, "75, I A Paent"i ehelta1In a esmal Gett ri his but it's old-fash ioned -it was made nation. A after nhre. m months' literary such a rele ntlessnfoe as alcohol. o ier
l u ldren s aptized. it 1834, and isn't worth more tia its work in" the metropolis, I certainly cold ands: hollow prdysg now, to bp.
Few York Weekly.] weight in old metal. Besides, there did etpeiienoe a lassitude and loss of, hemA. at manuy of our. woakoniglit
is much fluctuation in gold and silver.appetite which I had not previously meeting sound in'my rs moirelhke
r--1- 4-1 1 was stained over S unday i1 I've seen gold upto two-hundredand feltintheorountry; and atoo liberty "neatlittle addressin o the tiingdo '-
*l I'l; Urusburv and oi Sunday Inorniug eiy e, an iverlon o n e t use of tea and coffee resulted in my supplications to an appss herdedtaye

eihy-ie andd silve downiS to: eight
,Iresol ved g to ch t uhr. The first four how do I know but that silver suspecting the principles of total a present God.- How, oi the atuter
.. church Lane to, asumall frame struc- may go up to two hundred and eighty- abstinence. I was, however, still of things, can _W-posaitl1 be other-
ture wvith-& wooden steep-le, had the five and gold down to eighty-four? mindful of the grave htct that many wise ? It is the. distinguishing pre,.
Sta l el 11 L doors and'iudowstightly shu'r but I can't take any risks in any businessbo re dsheirdisapnered ongsrot al- thinM g ll thainte'uprolth ey of tho
step hiding a stick, and I said towhat I wo ;s ntoways thoroughlysu sure' that the exteymion of the Geeile ha kingdom .,
iar what I will d; seeing i' youIdon al s ak the fui y ex- But whilst acoholis suffered to"haye
'"Are ton connected awith then ,eo plained by the doctor's certified ate. I freeourse ihnMe socia circle and in
--A1-1111 I I I- attachedl c hu h ata s bad heta d and the oath u myself to the clqrch-of my many homes of repute enemy,
Ssae< k s o -inku c ason, and. well remeiagir the how can th e church cosisheardlY 10
"Yes,'h sai "s I am th eeor- might kill him." persua n 00
IVN Wha is it closed n f(or p "imme seven dollars on it, and prime old port" whieh Im itedmat' or wait, for the dawn of the "'better
Ajx ct-uv sc.k d assormen of-I_ w and '"n JWelomnoatxi on account ofnde taend i. the Ch urch to a ble.. It was there da.?" And how can 'our. egislatum
.stdth hed take said the impetuousyoutLh I wand as-t by t he e. il dy he
-nnk him Aet that hws ai byte ,evi aw hople for the '" ev4eiol i of the ranes"
b t hYd i lv kow of mn t e tro-t ,-j.ge". f o h rin aid` to e h gc d
#Vston to live a few wet ago aIdeparted. reun three minutes my system. Bya kind of secious safety vertue of ou they
k a-er a, Jtr ng d w t i stranger,, and Dhe re .4 apew I ,va, not howase alhlred into a e e an- towns, a td villages? Yeasr after
s F "!' ehuere-% chutch. It seems t ut athe te piece said to the p Qwubroker: tious consumption of wine, beer, etc., year minhser a%. uf the Goapel have'-
had thrJan.1,Peple litotle bbies, querS, M allqou give me two five dol- an d mistaking the fictitious invigora- witnesses, do 's aptaylinl theritg of
,11 vre'n two months old, and then, lar greenbacks for thisi" tion for newly imparted strength, I alethoic agencies with unesnviaobe
----,-. -- be ankthese, he had twins about a wrines of the pawn- triumphantly believed that alcohol fortitude, and when the enemy has

yeat wId. Sonobothkew about Wli "Atgthe ertait ai, csarid, ethepaw omn- fteeeigsrie u hy hmevsrfs ofrg
- HIS House is weekhreceivinfrom New York, such Sully of Cloth-'ve rng ke a ee br er, calmly producing the nqtes. was unjustly maligned by teetotalers. coue nigh unto their own dwellrnd
-k| ato bxibit a NF-f Stock o Ib but Ranks wanted to have you swa.et.sepnted old idiot, said I had then, as I foolishly imagined. they have conferred with flesh m&
.t. ing aW to exhibit a first-class Utock f bthe',tle darling. sbaptized, and he al. toun alluoa her attained I o a liberty far feore rational blood rather thea lea the way to per,
S BlowdtoMrs. Banks to rush the who ue blet h ats ho e sawe asmhe r anted th e tan the unnaturAl restrictions" of feet security.hThey have gueiedni-
MEN'SAD S i, H. bills,^ "tha'sth sametendllarfive' ,sies into chu cmh on one Sunday gold piece that you wouldn't lend me abstinence. Kind members of the neat preachers deapgod from the
Acaefully selected assortment of newaud elegant mig t excite remark, you understaud,[seven dole ate inee stonewo chrc o te ie ton diue r, pulpi ino hopeless bondage rua

ke all s onsfte w eveny dollatrse oneet ig nterstlid few chrhig. oft thims wyinie mde rtodinn byspulpit int ro u s e aan.fitti
So settled it that he'd have 'em minutes ago." and as they took wine, occasionally darkuteess by alcohol, t and yet they
chri~ened gradually, so to speak. skwt, l e nd," s id the d w iskey, after, I became fully con. have too often &nid telIon- tae a
Summer & Fall GoodsPwnrke- tatws uins-,ineoabem
thAclor dingytoneow Sund ay he tlets, p er a t was bu sin- grievous bondage. Of curse having aid tohelpthe unregenerate crowd in "
and ll went o1K well enough. On the gained my -"freedom" I washnot slow its daily, ceaseless struggle with the
At prices Jflow- rfore | inK yWs s e vU a lloowitnig Sunday he came a prome. to join them ; I thought it wassab fe foe. By virtue of their vocation they
Sup the a isold e wimduth G eorgeWash- A Savae s uaed o Deaokoll, wito emulate their orthodox exampleosn strailn us to regard the ; as

Atpicsloe ha ve"bf ore^SI; offre in V sW et Please 1l andBL mny) up theacsk wintheofage Washd Ah steps e pleading to e op, t lo n. lef ,of not however,( wlaltogetherftre^qie bel rever withe drcet eri n e of utt-
examine. JOHN J. DELANEY. it i do-dn, another triplet, add Dr. Binens, I w not, howeve ale free Mr. in the trin of substitu-
Ke West, Jan. 1, '75. 0o / preacher, he fixed him up all The palace of a nativeQueen of the frome slight mly iriievs, isen.e I felt tion.. They talch us that the faith
Ke et Jn ,'75. ^^"^ '. I v.^ right People thought it was queer, Marquesas group of Islands io the that the wineand spiritsdisturbed my which dofs not yield toig frule s Of
but vhen on the next Sunday morn. Pacific has been visited by a orrres, accustomed meditation on the sermon, slf-denial and oell-sacrifice is not.thi'
iue "anks and his wife casome indto pendent who writes of themplace:-- and materially hindered my usual en- faith which they preach. And LeA
chtisc with anotherbaby, Willia Altogether it is a charming retreat josmeut of the evening service. But they themselves refuse to forego the
Hew aey,-brying like a Pawnee war. Sauntering up the street, the queen's stch fugitive fears were hmmarily putabsoluteII a value spi glass of beer and
NEW STORE NEW GOODS @ twhosp some ,of the folks couldn't house was pointedpr out to me, and I down to over-sensitiveness,btud as one wine order th s at' 't(ey Mlgkt
help nuickerinu. Howsomdever, no. concluded to call on her majesty. The of our demand s -invariably offered ive strengthen their weaker iwad sorely-
body complained, and all might have house is built of sawed timber, and is "-something hoe' whe I w ats his guest, teenpted Miethre byw;be guiding
beeniwell if Banks hadn't come along large and airyp, set upon the Usual tai- Ieasily persuaded myself that it would light of their elawfple dhy worid
IE-jo w P i e .. -the Beidayan i fter with Elijah Hunsi. pai, an elevated piece of stonework, ueveredo to be too precise in small is u ot to be won to purity and trutw
I...ker Banks, one of the twins. Every. about three feet- high, an solid as things."ene this way I made steady by such a spurious tuadeifestatio|Y
-- bodyr i ughd and Mr. and Mrs. Banks stone can make it, with rough-hewi progress. Just in proportion a .my the Gospel in the. lives..of I itago
they were furious-mad as any- stone steps leading to thedoorway. cousanption of alcoholgincreased- maycredited n ministers
thing, you know. antd when E!ijab Thequeen wasn't in, but I was ii'- regultrity in attendnearel atlwy hde. Iunceitatiigly affrm thatay ier

alyil w ~~,O|0lt otO einsaoth is hand, ariyd havit Mr Bh s kig' grhe, q wen einue wh oiveitloed out r hudec iliratin s eretdiablinm ed thy!'el most r sutl temctiu iui te
Huttiker Batowks hauled off accident- formed that she ceuld be found at the creased. I could not then see that the solutions to abstainalway,ercouuter ,
..- = who %-w holding him during the cert.- to 'Be, situated on a knoll, with stone spiritual inusceptibitities,-aud exposing households 0of good friends".; land I
Smono, tb whack in tbe face andothe steps leading to the top, tomtbe left of mento, emptatiorm fwh -rml, p r. quite agree with a recent utterance of
Doct -ralowed him irn theg w ougthe the house, and ahnot beside it., as it viously, by thle of God, effect- r. Gough, that thisi wil) continue so
coagreg1tiou just fairly roared with were. Aherditutil steps I found ally resisted. 1Idid not then appear longad aalcohol finds a I, laee wimthe
A hinglter. Mrs. Bathks turned red anter majesty seated byagraveor tomb, to know that the grace of God was tables of char'ole u.0
fire, tad looked a if she would liking She workmen who never designed or given to interere I M vo wita i land with
to have CuOsraered somebody, were building a large tomb of maeio n with His beautiful laws, nor tifr a the vauutul ainnocence ouihoue-brew-
W HW-ell, you. know,wee althbought ry. The queen was ver, by grtiois and had endowed me with re thas and ed ale and theareputed'htrlessiot
i this vas ,'e last, and the public feel. good-looking, having remnants of eothou sense to protect emp body of those private wines whihnrBquitr
2::`in-louder simmered down oil toward beauty in her person, and seemed to from things unsuitable anI hlurtful "just a little'spirit" to preserve them.rl
the cud of the week, when who should have been very pretty in her younger Scon I was overtaken y the secret Alcohol is the i of eteaduly, to-day,
.-come. bofor iu ,gup the aisle on Sunday days. She-has a grave bnevolet ex. fall and its bitter tonel ueng es. ,re- and, for ever. no matter-iu what forW
iri e moruingal but er. andMWe. Batiks with pressiot of countenance, afdferde- preached myself for abusing"tite w it is presented 1batd asb e |te.o
4" Tecumf.l Aristotle Bians, the re. meand r b eispeaks her ranik. The king a ol, and by earnest prayer strove to promise tiat, the law of the ,wil
b"n heir -,.ycuilest ought hasdeen d,.ad t abowt twelve yenrs, ano reach unto a Qristiau" use of it, as bie etugrd, tL6 at om iy Jr titl
i --- _--- -- couple to ba~b'fiesd thapicngreatiu laugh, ever since his death save has kept I still thought it was eseriltial to my ever be to dbcevedmudt to ay V
nIaever seen nothiu' like itin all my wath over his gmavel; the tost of the existence. For short periods I manag- arm smetimeM told by a few "deea

JOS. aC.ut t. Ce, theyABTT hae p. to by te c #- h xhiied qeAndreti whoifely d tion jowedey h iia..ti t ee. oA al- A K ct!e eaiting. ,heu

A U C T IO N ]EE"R. iTV & JOHSON dually, like the others. You ,ever ha shown itselt to au extraordinary hol, and the most devout praw 4 of4el t ul h1ol of the devil; au,
FOGAR TY A JOHNSON, seen such meetings ar them The degree. There was onoe a native wO. i cannot avail to annul tbe recognized tY wA. iiiipqtt the creation o
ommiuBron Me r 1hant, A U C T I O1 N EE RS church was jammed full and people man who swam twelve nilh.s with her tAw of cause and effect. archolk : in, to Christ at the
CusmtoHM.one Broker a nd ANDry r jus. mat roar.'. And when Banks clme husband on her back to save his life I eagerly ral the articles which ap. e in t oeei to forget tist
Fro SN trpel, li^yreroWestFlo. POMff0l ift ]f in on Sunday with the fourth and last from his enemies, and instances arp iwared in the Voaelmtiqar.1 Beo b tetw *1d not to 1m,4 Lina,
of his sister's babies, the. trusts not wanting where the wife hAb re- but I found nothing to aliake thb, ai aollaf hi4 modern foU[
AMPLE RKOOM FOR STORAGE. FRONT St., Key W ria. thought it was time to interfere. Get- gained true to lier d.;d love d ring peaition of the well.inforned a61 4 M do ^L t c h
REFEICENCES : Rietrns on day of Sale. Ample int to be a farce, you know. So l)ea-b h Ier life, refusing lo be comfort-d by well-grounded abctaiir. All the e- iic is simply a.itt f^
W ALL. S- Co. A. F.'TIFT. room f6).br '$t1r,, .e. eor Smith ic stllk-l III, ua s.I'l8 a < th,, ilff,..wei,-ni." i .. ,.*oitrlh-'o-n ded> ar t. h e v writ. 1 isrrri u wCOT ..-. -.--.


POETRY, something' ,or other to Banks, and
Banks quicfern a wink laid town th-
A Song for Hot 'Weather. baby and banged the D)eacon ,wlth bis
Oh, a life on the yatch Jeannette! fists. And so, I dmuao-how it is, but
A home on the frozen deep. ina few minutes there ws Bauks and
,, home on the frznde Deacon Smith andl Deacon Hubbard,
With the mercury down, you bet, Dacond Sm sith & 4 acon rolln
Where butter has got to keep! and a bumpin' over the floqr, 4ittin'
I'm offtfor the Northern Pole, and kickin' and whoopin' in a voaner
By wy of old Behrins Strait, that was ridiculous to behold.
By way of old Behrhhg'Stoitr And when we all eome to and go t
OWee thift-e !y o< "; ,stpu(_' eed out, Banks picked up the
BAd the sisters lheld an *6ntfrfiarm-t-
... 1 .. -V --& ilk',and agreed toc6-i-sOthe eharchdfor

Up,-der the Supervision of '
).. ,. J, Pmeay, of Florida.

"Be steady boys WUMWf'er you do,
'Remiember the pledge to keep in view.,
And whether belong'to red or blue,
Be steady. .. .. .



of Ann,
be sold to the




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- '1.. __~ _..~..,

whites to us Ou ThTsdkythe'?7,^
'insf, ;oung Aurelr: Si'a,,'' '
'Metlhodist Clqergy mau, wasflivitea to'+
deliverer "> literary anda "-(*f'n e headlis-"
/ipurse in 'the Alnco de" LU "Habana.
A$'large, select, and :n~ighten,:d au-
'dienie filled the rooms, the' young
.om'tlor occupied the tribune' with -th -
,natural timidty of hii.yh'6 ig't'o be '
judged for .th4e fir'.t tifri< byl'hnthfer-
ouai and .learyed- agiseml y"'. bit his,-
word had scarcely resdftflde, 'vlien f
public attention was'fixed on'hiiS, a"nd-
jhe ,wa4 opcuraged by a toud applause.
Hie cont'ued his+ disco rse-wth the
greatest jnodcgty, and wih that-" ek-,
"" :ance of style land '.choseL ifeks,
-worthy of an enthusiasti pro !,gation '
,of "tlxeGospel." His'" pihrases' see id'
,o have the sub~iini'e 'sealp'f fbe ,Ay?'- &1
tie associated withtti i^o'b hri lanli
guI e of the literary ,mai. '"%-,
:. Ou. (descending -ph"ribtfe,; 't OrW
young christian orator-'44s embraced:-
by ;many friends, among whom was
theivenerable and* learned 'Dr.' ffoh
Francis Chapler, father of great'^artr
Pf 4 .e cu~u.Ba irn, 7ot^ jfM. jl~-
foutid: itimpossible toexttectte ;h*n-
self from the arms ofkShose who, too,-"
gratulated him ; b'Ut'was; force to 're-;
ascend the tribuG6e''ad receiy dlin
Hearty applauses an repeated con-;/
gratulations. ', '! ... :
' This is'bur young and desr friend !
,This is the yown^'Mintiter whose viw-:
jues and talkA we shall Oveer tire -of
admiring! Let' the- miserabte *slafder-
,er# learn ft6A- fhis -: poerfiul- and
jvenile-hitelliU&ew,: frdWi-, thi's "miost
noblee soul, fbrom *4thls _'glic heit,
htchi is the road to glory, :&Vtbthse'
wtio euvy hil;, 'and who would oce;py
,the sacred'tfbune with the bri.iaincy
nUB prestige imparted- to it- 16y "the
yjmn Apostle of, virtue,, ,amrn the*
gospel gnd science. ;
i- His ve.rable Director, the Rev. JI
C.'Iey; ,*ill be pleased I read the
obfve I I nes, and- to ea, rn -that. bris
yot,, Ppil has- begua'to' spread the
light' 9_e .GdSpeA Yithi Lbe' Vjffdr'of,.
iaa#y i; witll te 4M .thnsiasm of an
%p60ifle, in the itst'of'a'inUmerous
an.ldenlighte e.teety,>fd wtl
he receive&d- the mdft ipntafltf
ani deserved applAluse.

* Vialt is Yellow,,ev tr .
*""Wlat isitruthP" W"s, asked tto
thousand year* ago. `Nl'+ere is tie
lift^])e, k~d (I b~at I the, Will, ae,e
l lo wifaver _question iW'8=4 -un otr
'th-seiettiissipfE'o4dfty iti,freatjij

'Ithlmvo't andfo no i'ee'ficthetnietis
Ihv'bt.ifidT hetOhff~

Was .,-tn...u.-r '-M le" berx m egds$ the deck Sllnitary ..t^ hi4 ,1 e., 6t-he I O-k^ Ii'.i q .... I ....,
icr -11 in. coatenelnaqnto the uppe' r I cl-,,,..Palitludal.. a i;i ouslnD W the P ". q 4 ;
deck, white the passengers sought safety 'Iittens 1'e er- N th-
ese on the '^urrieane deck--th+ef uwer. AY ST. Louis, Aug. 6, 1879. ....... no ;" tj4, q- ru
es on th 4.icne dck'ta tem : A m" unuilCable froun tD. ... 'l P -0Obt.
ite, fi~y blockadedin as if bound by icebtrgs.-T tl,, l"]tt ,' i.of the Picayune, 5 .... T e eie i fOW 3 -.. ..... ti
" ]h ^^K s r ^ "[ '"{ [ .' '']- y [ eplael^ -ie = 0: d l',I Fl
y;18 .......-W 1h .k "ouldeli b verat ing ta -u an ikl,. as F I.r, r r.l- t ,;tl, humanity, and the sporadic only in the greater fr less t
,.*:- p" in th, :l '. ... u ,,ip e .nii n'etigi .^ '.'. is.B m re h ,,,t t.. d. t,... than ai.Egyp. 2ntensityt of the mi rbifc cause. t lsbl ,:,uts a e .
,1 b. r. h .'h tookI w,,t-r ,nt ,.v..,.-s t. Pyramid. There a'e minds more 6 itves are as subject as strangers. .cepj harlotte Harbor
I,- 1 Tl'hi tt, r, t _i, j .n -. propitious to its growth'than others It to the yedlow fever. The only difference t a Bay with 120 men a ,d six
' :- p l'r",lv h l, ,tk.... .l., o w;; :.l," eh,-'v throws down its roots in such winds so is, that the former take it in their se tis believed a e f ry
... '-; eepl and grapples them Ily o n,, o ly iftancy, as they are bore between two wI be able to ship a cargo
rl, ,,,v.,v'.h| T .. '6aklg I-toa"1,1111del, and graplesthemso .' 1gly '" rdetinics, which a re prt b vr w
O1, fo the earand the oswi ., that the strength bf Hercules is uruired epidemics, which are Irated. by ..ks for the coming winter. These
f t hteamler freedto gro,- st ,..i-.'.l-eat to expel it. OEro], too, has .s strange ilelrvals of from three to five years. thc ... eor eag ul nts o 50
t rel i The p.rty lcl.. l i ,t he va.ta-t c over truth that it ex e in : a s a nuisane; even a st n
adv.., d- v, in..7. Q uarantne is a itiylis. each, 'it e .lowest. M
:1itntw ug on the hb ghest 8degr$ its ,,,l %. ,1- more,, ilt ..;; 'I .-: .. wprse than the sday last. :l tnT each, at the lowest estimate.
heo the Ocklawaha again, at this' eason of r at n the same'timo, i ts u..t,T,,...TrTu :'."' "g ,*nt '.hi.'l . it ,u ".I t e U.--S.-M ail' Stet.iCT *S-ay
the year, without artillery. We should does, not require the use or exhibition -of kills commerce ; it ainnhlates all indue-" Dream, is at Punta Rassa. She put ls a'St m a ey
use noy, gounw -.1,..sprsepassion in her" de-ence. On thi6 con- tries ; it gives birth to the most odious A I n ,s intee a 1 'lc ysedy T ee-n adbie frti x
S e02"n 1 Our ... .. ._.j o. e i there5 a 11 o'cock yete day.-
when hey ome down from the North trary, she counsels moderation, knowing, monrohet.E Th, onlylle1 Sdrs at 1 ............. The n ngi ne and boiler for this ex+
stt, in the winter, enga fedin tich ea seNor" that in moderation is her strength. trammeli e th dead iiset is.e. Our' merchants have received tensive esablishment arrived this
"t eg -d "9 s as ." There is no question that. demands i. ,YOR mW + w oK, Aug. 10.-Mrs. Adele during the last week, over 6,000 brls, po. f at once be placed in
T a more moderation in its discussion thah *M,i i .that of yellow fever. Everything about ^n defying those who raise them in 'brought suits undor the civil damage Orleans.
.i~v: ... P|iieaL l)illg. it it ,r.1 .,...,r.because .vr ah',r,_ *b t 'atl ' 7 ... .ct in the brookilyn City. Cour-t agaist Mr. M sling asserts that e a
Ssif the field werecanyassed thorough- i indoubt. We are as. yetconcern- I close wiqatteehope that the money George Buliwiukle and James J. Me- ".. -1. W- I .. .'-- .. rt ]
St. IV, we are of opinion no more prolific ing it only at the dawn of science. Let appropra d to defraying the expauso lone ......, r.. ... ... 1. kep s fr $
,oreo asho ol found atrdwe tomkn th ijJ-us be careful not to be mislead by de- oft iequaivantine system4 w-ill )-. h.-A and $10,000 7 rsetivel fo los ofImm culasses Vill the-fopven ton ~ rv 4Konarc(uson1'okdaily.qw
than that of politics as rud in this eitful-appe-arances aAd false lights. a dented t makingsthie >iety he r., husb"a 0, G org rf immaculate wl, re-open o- yMonda, ,TWs'r^ "^ er
lat, cb,,'t,.- ,of ....r"' It ..... to ha. i n .... We often hear described as '" mdlaria.1 and healthy. I am convinced that the werv,-s o net nueoand, George F. the 1st of .. S .p..be ^ -. yY ''' onl( 0[J]ity &ttils untU'n2% r?'
atv +.r...f. o r.; t.'. ;..-. fever by ole physicial wat another s ev d lose a great dealuofts ., yby reason of his becomilnloa q ,-u." "._ 11 fitting upthilffi-ratestahl ".
tow the mind of i a politician and terms "yellow fever," or bilious remit- viruIenf;,f itervali dl4unkard through liquor old him by The menbersof K-,r'a - ^ p-^ hmen" "
d canvasserthat to peryorthe truth-- tentfever." Time and space fail us to ao ttefeve, were to throw the_ defendants. -..Js- R. Sparrow, owner will meet at Odd $T,-wrrrotl .W ^fQT T ftiJ ';( ....
,, a y, ,o ma hes OUt of whole cloth, enter here robte the minute details rela- nve t abu anc. iuf th. of the premises occiped vMoloneT.. Monday evening -nex. t- .. ar, pn__ Sifetel ",r A-|oPlty. ._
is D otonly adltnssaLlIq, bit Ju$tifiable tive to their differential diagnosis We seets, regularlyy throughout the'sum- is made a' pat'ydefendant i the t anc expected. we le a ,n il We lr t--a ,esol ution ';
a upon is ground he proceeds h e against Molonev, the cpvl diCp,. __ .o ? introt'fie Bi oil
without an apparent twing of" con- acteristics that establish the difference the pid miasma, that i cessantl .,,h odama .geactCapt. Bartholf avr d on Tu o "-
at, science 4, ,...... Ho dos nt r i f.i,. betweenthese three feye exhale from the gutters, doas not. -".+1 o ner o the buildng n day last in his vessel -nfrol fu l Tl-R'j.n g.l 16
si e l 'a slI hrae a)il0-^ W W ^. ^ betweeii. thesece. thre ity h"*c the liquor is sold equally liable Creek, with count, produe .#^'j1*1w --6-,^e ^'
t"t D arVb uf thi c aract-r mission, 4 .d -- '- dtoo, n(A engender yellow fever it Wth the dealer. Lucas was formerjv sell .,f.SS; ---
-li t p a r aa.ug. e er s pais the health of cler in th e G reenpoin Oil W inks .^ ^+.^ .ar .,I *^ _ ff ^ '
1. o,--+ ,v ,-, "."- 3- YO. W ev ont1nut. individual$, and i a rena'kable degree but lost his place on account of his 'Th,- e weather has itrid rig m.uch aq t^ ,Ua IIjWI" of
; .,,a:eu scoundrels anditleVe a hat is most 8ur ri~irtgm this'war of diminishes their powers ro-rnst'diseaSe. ,Oissifed hahits> Mrs Lucas allies ot late' u Since e Tusd- .&a t we hve t ai embati1"-
ln trers a, ISsee.e 'h"ad" "f "" "" s int."r"with "" ... .
ph uiiae ie, s .scemes at tim eo. definition, i'to hear the first ease of Very respectfully you. 9bedient ser- that the. dealers disregarded her re- had.M freh indso iterCAlded yhb _ay rit ber ame stq.remid the
eple s interest and on the eye. of some yellow fever that appears i. a large city,, vent. "+ 0"D^E f "-qnest riotto `efl h ti liu ., showrrs'frm. { heStn, .,i t.,s .of Aldermen, that-:,h.. .;rig.h .
e ev il T d' e A n d e d ecrib ed a S parodicY ei"w Fever." an.d. S tha t -L u ca s great ed h e r ba d ud D lV .. .hiuly ^ J
we hLtve noticed, with but one excep- A capital point in discasing yexed ..,,.11 !.. -. '- -a---. when intoxicated i lost, stngCte, and they c-'nno, a9 i ume.an, "
is tion orqtwosthatofMr.Tild1 ', ustions, is, in the opening of the de- T he ltte llaa Bo ardofiall ltl*lll .. .. H ` r who power beyond suc-hilhbclv '.r'.y ... .
.... o-- tofM.....e's;e...... ba"te -, .. ... .. A Tortoise shell Comb, at the Batl
s pose and punishm ent of th e T e to establish definitiois clearly. Not a single M em ber of it Able to T est Tr toise he m a .e ti sucn "t... .. .
u audpthe ,x ,.sh nt ofth eTw ed Sp:irodic" derives from a reek wor-d nismfeetants-A costly Fraud. The Comiptroller-Geuel i w Whiskey auds -n o dp a ooucK wh ,ihmeans "disseminated, dispersed." From the Hartford Times. Georgiu Im|>p ehu~l. will be liberally rewarded by callinfht td Alnost-te li^. "* .
wik .. d 'eyelopment s of It apphies with equal approp'atenss t WASIGO July 29-With a view The Comptroller-General of Geor- this office A small kitebed- bn,, "ear.
suctarogr whoc -ome into ,powver s an L ,to icterode ,husml When oa i of 'ese,so empnaszg wnhat I ave said in gia, W. L. Goldsmith, has been im- 1W A dispatch from New York, Eaton Street, wh'i" 01f "Mb'ndaV-lat;
who have mloade these harges during fevers, in the course of a sean m, strikes .. T.. ,- .. Peached for high ;citnashd ,1^ dated 21st., states that the Steamship b p. iA; disiovfred--tb be oto
--- tle canmpatil wh~ichelevated them .... t individual here and there, *t is called I, g d.,, el emea ors iu office The" ollowin, Gity of Austin, arrd ah right last Wvthelpresece and thnely alten., -
;- la~e and power. Ijow why is this ? "sp~arodic." On .the other land it is .appeared o the ....face. I will riveo are so nte of the charges brought night, after eiudurtB^.erv foul weath- "on of Mr.-do,. [e rtni:O dLoais
w -If these things as cha|.ged were so,, it <-*lttled ".epdemic" when tie deaths 0asev Youg'a- complaints a-ainst tho2 against him by a committee appointed er." "- Gabrid, it Ujaflul~y. ^ tiwguished.
e, strikes us that +oue of the first things ^an -sed byx8ln ececsths cue organization. Mr. Young, however, by the Legislatnre of that State to in- --The U. a"LMaiJL-a m Cedar Po.hq:.f .9W',[a 4atha.^ ., .' ...
i. that should haye followed the triumph Theso~eare thefases. beore n rec~eives but little sympathy, for it was vestigate the nat'tter Keys, due h .... n W ed:n oldayv Jaat, ".Tf. oj .t e, o' h ei.iHtn, "barrel Of
- shotupld havevbeen a disclosure, on dwho canafrmposvyt t f hc's C ha aof th;House o The Comptroller u ch ged with an failtoed21smt., pearvnce u- ch.'car l .w -.. Hpi to. Wbe
Sexamina.on by proper authorities ease that appears is only sp trodic, in a tironalh- of" which is on' fir-." embezzlnent of $11,000 of the fands Friday. " W trfR eatfieru thi ^ ^Aw ,.a r. a fdra.icle
, and swift and 'sure punishment, as irn stead of being the beginning of an epi- w.,e ..e.t c ,M.. ung derived from the State for wild landsC; ward. usti n ... ." n .,anw a l lhorpe gh.la-that
spri. On' t,,he othernxius e nve iete ise a re wthsomeul te'hage u ngh ate thp~yx

athe case f Mdemc What ae th s s t s ting wld hands through e heads of famies wiid 'ttend
eTweed, eti Ml ]hdn eposr differential chtaracteristic tms t ealhe pseverl^ sfsecondtno atested fof, the his brother-in-law, Thomas L. Swift; Arrived'on Tuesday evefmnglasi triftly, .to the.r daris, in "guarding.
Sup^-~ rd^ ^^^ ^ SSell. unl^ zewt letm n asfi ... eh?^ o^ tra n: ^ o e Cba t8 consine *;'. o,
S t1ocase on, or eise the h arry wnich demic. e 'ti f t" ic" w'e tie taking iCley-al costs for wQu land c. f^; _"t..s_ i b ,ao i eape ,td. ..v .A Dell '-L
" ....ede ss follows~,i t a ItiS~eeeyd-at~efercselosyel~^^ ^ S ^^^ ^ .... hinT -cs ........ xeshc ..... y thL, htau of n .eMedar lAn
e ,g corn- e tha av s or sos-e other qualifiedn'g, the ver,.. .. .aSrrioe Bin T a fresh UW8lI of IG oce- 'ute t s houding g ov folnme ta he triume. I Teeaete.facts,- e'ol h s of resu ttoeori toald e n me s ee -..e Z wgo he ... .wah r iiona
Yha must be as Chae, epi eic efr toh H ou tee C oien e C n g ood. ,r f e, a d with canec. f ,1 oz o $ .a "ua fn ,
shul _a c' bil th dse osuet o) n t he ,., n_ affirm -positive y tht .the hirst o onm retanoe-af fth uri,,te ad ads0 -"" .... ..... .. ._er.,. llns i a C apt 4oths det rmm na ht

lunss tdoo ep the int ,f ta" re- he ch np1)~set. Beenn .- Cuory Cnen ticty .Ept. .r n cleared of,00o u nds,'riday.Veufcoeh zr .
exahintio by prs o pd ciers auh rii s case, s that i' as is on lye s *niro fi in- brough t i no exse c. r o n derived fomneS at o wild lands;fr1 7 ihn t o u r m M n te ward.d oni k :4'l !an 't tieip o-t so0
Is, adSitee and absrepn ishf ^ment, itsir s ea viofb ingthe And ningfan cepi wa aniu to1 havete^ relative value r w th1 spcuatn in'0 wild I-t-Inds^ *rt "*S through~ t0he us theas o weath ler will. bad nd
...gtcas e lhet ane re btnm dmgr ichat a.estion t n : .... p onrsesold as dtsmfechoftseor n fnda disithenSectea dinu, ber .. .. chsne frcurebts ,--a-o At L.Sif, .fe e p t- the v sseon oaengto eevwnn "torM

oaues o ea al i p nil e and his re lm-a nde. neom, ba dlys pese, an ^ "~Tm^ o h, ..... ;l1! ... ,,t ....aln w.ood &c-. ^ ... m1 v. r nW dnsa j "A.dsac
e s Twee dis arent al.a din, and -.dic fldetuze iu tre cin an quat itny w of d. .th wit.--..a...asifin ? the 1 vnorSh wri-- ;
Thnto itin m ude appearg g that f r tft net diti- uis th fr stg uli fombestl to his peol e and constaitu nt in poacthe office th og is p~ cl arks ay re. fa r oel N ewi o rk, with Ehggs 0 rte4
u n most pa rta nll th es e"a- Lae tep se c yond r lto s e re on r e r e ve- w--tl a tar .t g pose atna fasu M opehreetnd w tha bouud B u teL .25o, to,, .8 ,nd All nunderlchargeroffo 'p..Fec nts. Cn oted
0 oesn side w i twe hous eeowt hat ti ct n-- .. kn o w, if ha s lf d oze ne oxs a dboattl eesof- e nt b o e oi t te pr iv t"he transaction wi. -- -o W n r b -at u t hion:-t: K ..lt cr,,-l; or,.- <...
polttal ar or dcever.. Olen+ w;o;o .h. Y..2. bst uff to theN tatite ona l ad nof at h takecive ng wildleal ndstsfor 177wi th ,, Y ung fom Mante, rriedon The -66Ttat, tv-,..,;,-,...,,

8 theg e andcawfulsence pr t mof ka giye cerslin )uptes the sd wr carge t of due f orA la-r, .t T-gi La-
', o ~ g m n be i it.Ad:t l! ano ser s ame poltesai r em queste lt e e .ib d pstingo iunds from the.-l'sal". P" I h" ,. i t"is. w a50 h w at F o ur,-Ms b, th w ather e r bwod 'pt .
succeeds a nd followsti a re; ras re bo t h a ndso e Itfis c ul t questha ntothenfwm e r3.of :e-- tested r oby uthei r c em s, medi cal.. expe, rrt wi d fn ds inap a nk .nyAtle, a n tabero f cns 0n,,,ieB,," a oesh,,xetly o rce-pos t ie the v sse~ r --l l4alnere 'iht i s in
y t .prtede esoner alinehid ieig nleor ndom- hiswrev aner ta ghaerm, b a rlyinup res sed omeh otf,.. .her qu aliie -" ew, "'ai v"'"h .pesnZ c redtn and drade;wing otth e tain- wo aod &G.oodsgned tomasioter. ,,ra ,,txo provsousa.n -wat.i... h-,
pounding.. goonvernmental- crim e.i c t o N] rk ,.1 "n"s,. ..ere .o"?3 "y" -" *I* of ,
re s ot un , tahsn ndrdn o~ la s ul t. ieprdt hm Ldd gthtin smeg ilhi erson al c e ck, hv~ ado Sct c hsa a, .. .."; ilniv f a~.Eli dtr

tnsrelouo ethe a c t rn:el" yeow asi ru a o... -. --. -. .... .3'.
t.. .. rS o a h efll e er .. i n ,, o f' laa- .... r, f)t .e his optidion mo e' c n o a.1y thr +co m wthe sai n,,ral ....... he areas onE a b epo rii e s-- S2k choic 3.00 fer awat s re~dl..te s h o e n o N w Y r -

mi dspr pa at on sold^^ ^ as d 3isi f c ais o nr r o S re ut for SARt^-A Q
_, .. urg ^ n a t heir Will cxnlaithis s~t~antp e anborn- 1,-- "0 .... -0^^ofth- i te l-+ t _t pr a stice nucf. at s accordi beengt a e. oaraw; Oith gat n ts g w a se ud s.

me tti pa~ a o o pofto oh ga"es as esaph studyo wavi hwillin fevest otne3v 3tfl,,^ ....a jnJ-,-, -M,,, t ... n l.-, P11' ._P i be" o centre tm is -h ardsmbee n ar o d s t hp e en ledus to enthe t rt r Bitr o 1867, ands eo newo rehbvr" -t4'n. good. t o in C "c "e '" e T6 r-''h or bah"-6witth r0 l Ctm.ton s-Wfr y h s pawi: a ^ of.
der Hambltc ^ t anY 0 o and darkness" itn.xiste adof ht-- p t a at l so-.pu ted, .tso o- te n n d ch ro fCp Fr, ak.in and
da. d h the damses down ...i. ,.er the1, h tohevr hadie, forme n cnp mton, mo mittee n-. Ben S. C u. t ,mp1.,e l, rtde ne d wi th r0w. '
tda o n b i te tous daHTru ei t r-are e gedl h hi w the tdwr s hih -,oi-n -t apm ou nt6 aure, --un ,, u e, ,ahs. V. _, l.c. .eat re-. .

haoeing t eda l .. .. rig.hts sn e it y o{ourtheor fies.^ on o the.-swere lver- andu, tb x't l st hil Gof cnh igs. lcnd t tmaorty repr willrIe Boi c e2th, Cat.er wi l exacn~r, ge- s k mo .n" Wihe L. old saipe'ro ,.'.it
y O[ e, es e llU~ hl'l s o feverb l eardc se I- N indotf-d r1m .... te arrl"doi a dot ed. o ar- ,r^ M V -,th a. t "erlt -n twett. F -aau4s.
'vocate. the nero . subusy tue tts hta t0they. u a not hv e vt do wrid thpe so. .18,;wth ,:,c t.... b -e,- of te A .and 4 -fer g o som
t political liar or de cooers. m to tonbenae? t hai s aisnd eed t o prn uilcw e-t imeto make t he t estsore ven ltoorde r givin ge s hnc'tiesf oeloert W edn"s r i rr" itit wlast.,. 1 i h"_1 ., 5om0 fothrvh- grlt-ewe h r lvb$ sl anu
a .there a long t re th -Ag. fore ner t h ".nces ti ty Ao d be t gov e ano t .her so me f t eir :MPIOteCS to ed M .d -- n o l u- tat e s,, i1 w 1,
Iea8 ; ne ve l l e t y te "e of e aly hygier e. thom^ noe fenced theiv esse Itfr org Y -" ", "
which espso unear alk i n, t rot it o p an d Tit s rt" emane r to etain badl supesse dl that ther was bu^ t on me bero f t he ^in i n ofic t oe l1erk p s. 110 ^ ^ Aaetiea ch re SArca. oPast'. ,lil3 Evi .'
e it ,- a guIrishet oba to.es re "sellin gf a au.a- at o went .l:c.:,. t hteta. lf, b
",r,'fie '" -- t ou-has engnd redf bin N w rlanes on+ ly eoad th c "floit l:iti, i m n ihpsto h hitr o ee s

aim asntt ; ni^, ,aruet a akgply,

theconstitutio he ad vocate sp:h ~oratdicoellow&^ fever has -1 t^'11?X r ~~" ^lel">olya-"WW tm vdt^
rigtsof *te-Sa -s and teacol h e fami ntklle tn ,wyd- notit about d ne^, to~t s or aP^ i"thin cosn, ^ w-rea onabl tie skill5 tof 3r.00Bart- ascnni ^ n ~wi
'intoe, this m. of t. ilt n wai n cisn.. dacy." The wblm o shel p te O" d a f-olling oe wa i fur-, 1 sA ,.plm"-'ar.-b- arrl. *. saonoe $.ate lgagu30ents. be to m t ryrou;h e ls-u A', ledL i
tafk,, "wthagen omah ly pt -het last ofac t he w.a. h W htll bon e, o D sye, sk l tFoid t'-iu gtis citv, and refleft uom ith t h- cr he. g for ty horse o ,P et
daiun t foraerdai, yos ce nto wism we ae to cn nue tos n ted a Mson ic e Giv e 25 to8ents. Swee aoa to es
dr.~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~e i. sso c knonlede otrc" a' rn c.1""3" ,+, ..'' . iea h rc na~cso h

ite ntlludediang oadjeutor, tslavery. Are s be ted tecsyoe .tne Board, "s ,ofnt telC teeio gy ning teI "e0t8 ne nt s p er bushela,. ..t h otoB h it't v
p ub mican side o f th e h ouse theresy u t u i s rather t en c T hey a er th at Was 6n' handasals' thi h at do r n 4, 4t-
-,.the gr ea po and nwa wul." ..oition h of le fselves f o yea an ter c Yh n th .e This "stu dy, whichw "f t osseeote rfrh, o
centalis m a ndrio has be en profo and -s t o em end!tmld tota re t rth.skh as ai d "o"therm i wil b1 prett to ot bose re1'r To yoda b yptee 1s t o'n tAe il)Voa'rd-". a i Tae p la'.--om," and
dy peron hi nrautiveSoutherenae honesth ^a es n 21 trr o rud e th ins het nyspaprsitht kte- -av er. g re 11 it l ,A m inony p of
ing cigars an,] discussingapolitic, every thc iokacondiscussionh sryduc" ur. + te,' ire- Bros.,Ia hav oil- srat1t es at cliar"b

and hoinorale n the righ t osandbeneits e t, wiricy oppo sett edonen ofl(o the s'miphas hadc btod lont. topsotth t comaOdeot thaW heiw30M6et

der bomithi andeso the qumestiown who esaped darkessminstatin pofes li then, bvr, fhad fome(~o opiniongressoEmitte ot Key ein to the Chfthe Arried i dtue. d I r limpbelMl, ~deiedBiflsietf
that we"areall the929th, despiteill beaI ctu s: akelo.' i thhrodsinea

othe an re; t -day.toT ruex t did no tto.here a i horot uaa phsciano wo i nt tl w cbvut th all ft tiha.ilh mc gt t h ab e i Ftor itar ricnby U. > r. apatt.,*rAoc,:a the the is ih ied a ornfien

should~~~~ beacre t n ls h ovned ha eeidemi tyellow ererr ~'o,' very anxioi t-f your:s As was adopted.IC latte poet. inlpr mtwenth two dawre
hav ill ........ ...o" ....se ill ustrious d s' I am"hat t heyevil sfrmtNeenoreit"ssrte

gainr cn18s t ds"frh h thJ "u. Mi. iYouug head th t tah r'.Na tin. e.--. h .... S itat. ea ed areot.f e r a ol(I
-r e f, tht rbuch suretss to h e aene k.ts e ttd o g whsit.hstem. or1a tm, ,als" tbc ,Ie.d S es minster np utSationJ. 1f t hi s cit y. te allst p A b

W eron ar n t fr dJ aru KTh9 lt lnclvery- b lil -.es III~*^ qua e ionrd hill e be do- tnff o ^ Xt7 t o~ ff o-epcal ere o < -co emmor~ia tluv ye slip-
ene'ifiv'tn thuse t f tet de th at public braethan forn inyNew -O r-,II ic-, -l t est- -as her n fe" "E. ita twhos"ew rf- sort-hdei a ge s s
(lom d o a ik ftean bret f icl eslt. Itisa onesio'tatoa mnanoalinto dustrio l u ts y tu k 8 d -;t" re:2eniiomaer.ad.
whoseonlyhousnnsais tnfurnsh abut--hm hasvstheulastoplrtans caon.....not h.-ave yellow, e va-shih i;ea.t' Oil. a14
re]ynbyande -ules of pazdencearndfhygtene
;: :.ps~ p uss .; :rtu : t; lt:+te i h s ee f m i a e~dwiyeh sone uld one pu r wenin t away Ih, -i o w q aa, s it w ilb vinn- ,his ,,,s,, e h htoae on h A erc n oI e ve o ise! a l ol il t
bye s u f a f lii a c s le of m ai ng a f ew h ti lc of tesos -indthe Ch"r.. .. -- 7 ,--never .,e' shade. If t i e he hb ut.d ~ e ~ r ,
prieti" a i liMr p -Dbeydnc~ seyi Thed i )ately in schuhits Lurch;fr,: it w ill 10e c n tsv ts tcn i isctandgce. eo ..... if.le -r- s" '
ane bow agan a fumentr a'hels rty8 f t once rido esntdsryi .. !pru Itie '!t friorty hrceCnse powo, Aro o - -- roy of
the~ ~ ~ ~~ ~~~~~~i cosiuinwoavcttoco tdo esnodteroyi t ai Ifandly tifok ethamto thie tesitshad not ,rivl lerat the btr1uet, nwcrl)nt" ,, 'h either o... --. ..
Or`igts 0fnthusingtcoandjuth'por, plaery.thecg aerof isn t sk i stedaonce,wh d- -,irouh tc s )lofli.tB t c onta ist second bler., ip trhaxind
kn wefroefe uly asrd o akatevseP Iftegr snt the KeC.ueM aridfrte HsiC-3 t'l-11h1uatter! Servic0- e, fund in hig p lit ic laes, uetcetacigoneehhslstte is~p: i, ~~
th eg has been fredrandtist hearrnewithavers itl m onAh-eis aaodmesmot fnalo t err.Nev~ ip~tn ht.
-" -+, t ih aonex,41 detatento ftevsero xet, a lwt o ehnlk v-its iuk ssfav r. cpakgofnitis "__ P I'L,,.; m e ,rto
one h+is naotive Sonstuthenongw ar$ a ...i h.. ....... .. .. t m n d h ie nslay f ol itics,g e w thefMr-on "" r" h say, Mr. -
4)rl oyng al te riht andbenfits At reset, a irmy opose aaOld the 2t h, tt+t 'hef reowill he ta -te re epoff"W ith--e~r oltippera t
ake / therins ofhiteen met s evertie onsdertigoos qurate i ne, I-niehof wthe It ICh ad tresult of the eoldsmithWe slon fie, t'o. Dyhe, wle FlordaaL e b t~ ae t~ ~~ t heal elmbe s helapist,t ipvda furn iio,44teJ
.... w ciiz.n.' Now... u l n z mr tio n ethat il. Itht~e de o hou gh a bler. to exlloatin evh eroyth ding .Msl give n bay-h Mr. their form er sofe'ats -tmc~itrs'! ewg
.ao h or e asto wih w nced s- m"-a heevl i "gn "- -Hal |'"enff f h
8 anv e ntaliued gndi s hm nilhs Adhr ms enfdthenedst e denti~ly dowe o p:ie 'so. IIIthe peils
lbmnbehe-sihflb po ted mensuincosisteben.Teyfass epcedr t. lBad OfHathwath cal o- -u M nsO id ice 5c ithg ve higet a fl o a'xt.;- Her th al th
+nideu mo nster c in o th et vs fair ahgu-ollepidemic erm can repoducs the "s t.J in Ulee na~n .t~~s tsnetetm
meat~ ~ ~ ~ T bthWeouadwawihylwfexpess from enfulycIrto nother. This Ioftotetchief ind resume tf s olifParuce And well~o]vh~
Amria'sehodaf iree- p reop e nthat itnwasnd arvhtlw tochemore mai~a nt ~ur c,and sand Ifofhr i ill becoretvs afe o C t- on Monday pteaserllst. he hali of/6sngti* U.1R11calmlt n
in ay f am lto, ndwe eleve fet he ubicmust o e thae pun t fo grmanylud191thi s W"ch-"prt" !es.....fll' .. .. 's i.. ..4
ndesnlonorabedtora lcikeU'me,,ndby~erehrefthofus iadrshonest e .-It ihs I hoO yc~e~sionit t as tn aenhalals~oprtntyanta,-bel
whoe olybusnes i t funih i fll]oIfroBltior, torag,,.
the bee daede, andfear and m to npre aI diceost, litb
on plac sie.saong the ueth i ongs whor e sae d thiscn esfmi.sio n sol eg poces 0s t _t- Agent ....h da ,.of .. o.. ,on r p E iork iu Kneey of a]e G-if.... ing-ttk la tform fo
whav nic h espuesntt rotght oltuo n etseIt and xnelessts o dt ainayscln h s nt egthhuh hemdim f ou FrOnore perspoyt-n.. he tis t tnAget1 +i
shudb eoddia aa! there onincdthastee umgthe epdemic. yeollownIts --0 -- hla. n- Y wll WM. J. CAPP4'thefouK.haw.If nt h onyixtduk.A Zlt. ;tt
inrt~ n nf;--14.---- h"o I.-;ur,-o I 4-f-qetinsan

. e. cr ti--ar y, ha-l -n-s- pI ed~. "" -- Vi enttered the B lacuksea. ones front w hoin a p otU-t= is collectA- i, to pass under the 114l tily losln T hey l . ,
Democratic party, has been supplied year, without exception, we have a .ew ... e. Whistthebait--.. ia L, io"p'are sol ter heatIIB
yby its opponents'with vast stores of ""disseminated" cases of small.pox, The Ital ia n.ah im e minister fevors Wh lstu la n ce. of thc adult niain ma e sold vnrr eheap. oi o, the 16th
scar let-fever, m easles, etc., etc., anA at the session by T u 'rkev to G reece of po u l wa. .. -r- Y r-ro m p. ... f l o.. a. "^ = el Pn esu mo ni a Pl8 1h lPh i s, 1
r e a s o n s o u t s i d e o f t h e g r e a t p r i n c i- .. a a0e, s0p y4cu s h y d o iw o t "a o.e m apo n e u o n i a P' m s -a
ples involved, and if its advantages certain interval t ese s i e d w all the territor mentioned in the nit holdan ro t et at thk "y".
fail to bring them to the sight and tsak?, thr ioeaL. 0^1 ty. of. ot( subject time;, claim and enjoy all the pivilegesr- The-g tho"-P. + .. Y-+ r ,
the u'nei-standing of the people, it ad .si t 2herefore, ,,.+r 'n, u Opl tito tbt vie-wesof ad security a Coorportion can afford W-11- nS X"- Wicker, Ca pt. .-
is ir fault. -Breeze, eveTr .i at Britain, which an understood Every few (lays some sailing ves'l ii
- leea~e- ?h -a t^ ^ S^ -f0-avor thel- -Wtt^of Janina bv'iy dofp We for ano-ther-are not afraid ofo rea on -^^^"o 'tmrt Turkey. -e f ic portion of which are thrust into the 26hien,g well aapted for t> ov- nl- NlILMSE X
of-reason. V"h, imu an. schools, dad ain't vot no nioney so
3 a r g u m e n t i n t h e g r e a t c o n t e s t T h e f r o m t h e fi r s t a s f r o m t h e s e c o n d T h e E m p e r o r s o f h u s if i a td h e B o a d f r i h t h e tne a s r ,8 0 S a w y e r bu s s pr o w n e r JoL ,b l st Rele a v e sBa
patyofth cunr=-hegratpe-What in the cause, then, of epidemic Geraly it at Gastein Saturday ..... t._i_,..., -.
feparty of the countryathe great peo-w i hpar Th e upon parties comfort of the met, ou the exp^editno itti-S .B -
pfeh'ududterbeloh verT sm, I-nser,..........f T....was-greatenthauen who cmanbarely -akebt eismetk,+ i..... .e fouth--es"lfi"t
ledwhosbduedrthe rebellion have cfev The difference exists in the tw sove ig b brbqe 'iep4..w t. his the fourth Vtt,,, ^.ur(thogw t
vast~~~t stoesvfersoseirigndby. T. h e..-, Thxere is somethig wro mati ;Iin S ehlg h s m.......-,
t ast stores of reasons furnished by No more orless intensity--*f I dared, I town-and heights w.r.i.B .L in .ted at my op_. ion noperso nt salt-fishi this t me n.B- r *Hl a f ifW? d -.* ....
the late majority in Congress,-the woudsayithe amountordose of t igt The r f Austria de. to.a privilege with participating in
fraudulent elections in this State, Admitting even with many serioui 111'Tt s-^e. impo tt *o *- n..a r ( e o j -
SwithotTt a single attempt to coecc i ,at t so to e ,lad' th dnicipalit of Marseilles have war"8 nluupp"'t TchavctIportea from ." Anarew', Ir Iio.B-.
them, have imeartmt torinciples in- is due th the pcasenc, either in tbl voted 5,000 francs i aid of the Yours respectfully, Bay a few boxes of Pure Honey for
them, have int prnciples in body or in the atmosphere, of vibrious amnestied communists. U.J.C. family use, which I will Bell Ter; low S
volved, and it. these great evils fail to bacterides, rotifere, etc.-that is to say, A dispatch from Madrid in relation.Feat MYERS, Aug. 11, 1879 G.KO. MASLIMN.
bring them to the sight and under- of microscopic animalculie-would f1" to the rewutt .'c~debt t4 Kig D- D CA oC .. .. J uI 25 1879. m T J m 1
stndn ftepol, ti hi Wnnot be reasonable to suppose that th~ie Alfonso on ]Ai w~y ft~otd the Ekitrhal '" ":;"J'-- ob&LuSwok ago anu [wa- matt .
fa~ltsthdngofth popl; t s. tei on omanimalculmyeasthnwarmmothrmrep abunda0isntti to Lagranja, returning front the There is a dearth of news in this see. died Uto wa eprt a i!

s not.. ^ &3] ^s~ Se, tWLin.Bsies s eir'ath IE Iif"
fault. somed t han oters IIfuneral of his sister, Maria del tic n usiness is extremely dullmand th rt ..,:his onlyhe, o d..ould
the case with a host of insects that ang P iar, states that he and the Princess "e arey gool thee.veJ ., ry revrse o dlsyobe ofvrs, Sepndm woud by g

", weeuc areoxtwetavtvn pr the verlny reverse ofklle(1last you** believre Lilet,'th8^1 t^^g-- at44nWs Hh 8-' 1gotd m--
cpvisible to the eye, as flies, anteaifm s uris he dar- year, in weather.toit is the dryen wet o-,, th r /" ...... l.hJo '" A I
Tquites, etc. 1' So that, then, the ittea- of ",rias had io sea Kob'edini. N e fr t h as Occurred within 0 c Y 0 e
ile eutr~ Teasry rw eeson sals tfT0io of hx o oi a a n e an rn Cwi oit AX l hof car^ ^^ tA
sity of the dise-ase could w8ell be perapr, whechy of the oldest inhabtant.property&forethe lawyers could get PI AA

L U O11 1,13, ^i K Y ., A u us 9 h t io t to th q uantity o it u b rok wh ile p as olsi ong a t p rec ptce Ife t Ff Iat w r s i u d t o B id (t l
L collectTngni ofceo, ofat 9.-T he ties ort t th quatity endi i mr b e whileldsadsuingaprec iiocs Tda.. n ro oi afrontds r"w ,
auditor yesterday issued the following postilion -contrived to swerve the out. School comh enced a week "o f tin. Therp is so meh+ or~id..meauoI
Itin eight extend this distertationib vehicle on thle opposite side of the r the control, of Mr. Sparkm.,. A lus hgrasp- of them be in wAn, of a Pian*y
circular: In .e consequence of the Ifear to abust your kindness aad pi t road, thus avoiding a fall by bhv !ixb notablfeaure o f i' lt in 8!e Sortie 1i t isnough to cu- he e Yo..k nthe
depletion of the tyeasuryccasiohed tience. I will content myself, there the whole party ust have been dae o oe of th le Cn as ood lye
by a reduction of twenty-fivo per with tsuntuigp, in1a few senteini, killed. The Kigi ,v frou or heicldumily4tes'S---I
enofaesioedn htaaboof the special study I have made tsf.t1 i oticcvliaio fth eaidr
property, of the State, shrinkage of terrible scourge that visits you llCty The British iron steamer Robiuia, Th nPlrsfottj prvrwtnr
values, reduction of taxes on rail_ annually in the sporadic fori--asent'. Captain Jones, from New York, July i htteco-,jhv
ing, at long iultervals, the epidentit 4, which arrivO( it*a QW1, Juhe etlr aefatreoern
a roads, the failure of sheriffs and other shaee.ect21, halabeen iuUolationurautorte
P collecting officers to pay their dues 1. Yellow fever is endemic in Xe1W Shields, and sustained Ser'ious dai gire x' g up in difforesttse. :,.. A,,-
Sinto the treasury, and the continued 0cHlans. I age to her port-quarter, tions of the town, and it nu,,hbe- ,, cities, incluW
incereafse pnss i toftaeexp.ennhespeascshpenitdthe StTate, Ia brkHavad.Cat nq, Atterrhicacoenn obork u HC'rvardl L
go beyon the limits of New Orleaul. Ca"p-.- .rive.r. l ftu part of the (-.,untpyrd i ]rvypi all
onLled arme ~itn 3. So soon as it takes the e Pde Iray, which wast aground at Duokirk, is dlstr,sslllgly healthy, "tndl if w., had n 'have a u tpleusa,
;. claims for-Whe present, ,titti- the tres- fov'm it spreads steadily into, te coun hag been ducked and found to h~ve g, ) 1,,e, wo 11d settle ,,p v a. +ooru ene
SF, 91 1 is replen ia hed try : tho ,ti nti th a d i ai '- t til t19 ,, re ,'eivc d 1 0 f stddo rua, e n c

j pahjc methp4 pf tryiatm.,ent w
''^^ ':l-^^^^^^^Aeglar^'"ed by its adierenits as s~uperi
:-- ,uL_7.7, -=% -ie., to tb," alopathic method, and the
aiL yH ^ _N S^ a. w.sstm just. the opposil
One. with te:otOer. .Then it w
Official Paper. 6th Jgdicial Circuit. dec,>n-,J that the treaftnent it ,
M. A. CtRANE, Editor and proprlg,1. ? the ptient in ice wae t'erilarka
A. B. CAMPIE fN. Pubikrf. s. -;,i' and this is jqpt the -pl,l
SATURDAY, AUGUST 23, 1879. .t I pac-- usual meth d -.4. ko .Jpi
t lu? patienii* t ;,u1ii of .1 bi
An Associated Press di-l:it.,l ten Opectature. "N,,w ".,rs Doc,
ifroin London, da.ed Augast '16th, Westcott, an old medical'"., 1u.:,i
^.nno~aces the death of M rs. Sartor hd old time practitioner, w
,laughter of 'ex-President Grant, develops a new theory as to the cau
occurred on the 6th- hnst.at Warsash of the disease. We haye before us
Rouse, Tfchfield,:- ii) ailiipshi'ry 1 i 4. n'd leter from Doctor Westco
death was sudden. ,ddkessed to Colonel 'William
LATE'-^L^o~ IK^We-C~p~ 'Swayi~-vdilor of-_tk-th^ Mwovm
published, here oftIh death 4f Mrs. N,,,'. Ja tbe hi'IuItr ta of. 'r
S.artolrts, diungttIr .f.@eneral iant.J8etter i"to the colu.Ins of the S
is d~eclfred. unfounded,-.the', iS~ake Johns Weekly, the ditor, say ;
krq.s f i uii the- death of.Mrs. Z.; T, iDoctor Westeott-in-forms vs th)
.Sai.r'-,i's, formerly Adelaide Keybl. ie is compiling ;Yiagno'( of' for
"' ".' / ", years, on the subjeet of fevers, no
.'- + A*: genei'ally -known' a 'malarial, inclu
rL--, Anhistory of medicine in New ye11o fever ad its ideal co
Jersey, just published, brings out the tagion, which is intended as a cle
factthat vyllow fever ajt>';-d.itc& in stemnt, n -'[.1VLination and illustr
this couht"y tbhe arrival ,o thf' ,l- t1,1 his theory of causwtion ; th
Jr i .. ] -l1o.\ h ._j +,,,b. adj'"^ J e t of the organization
9 _PIJ d* ^^-^- it" rFL11 ^ s a -^ i~ t4 Livi' t*'*'-' '*bii,-il
* .4 'L' s cinvv*..1rq ,, r ......
1l+11-iS tI'l t I'.,r" .u L l' u orj- Tu Fi, t Lt-e -" apuld We gade-
of -+0llow fever in ti.out lyl-eltw- "Ved' by the intensity of th,
tweern-'heforty-first, and forty1-fou.th "t vl.e ^, lt '." o rh _MsI
degrees of i itude. IIn '1798 it Vre.
vailcd "o goi)e extent on th shores of .liaaftis do not- admit thl
ithe D,. l, a,.V in New Jersc".'-Sv th"4, they should fairly criticss
- : + '"+' + ; ad Judge tt. Admit it, of overthrow
.+ t. ,h e Il e of humanity. calls fo
Vqoisg kle# ioa. exaination.-Sun and Press.



,The electi6np tp e held during'hi
.present yegr are as follo.vs., In
jcahfor~aa September 3, '-forr- ,,$tate
,nd judicial 4&Seers, four Congress,
men, and members of the Legisla,
ture'^ sn le, Serptemlfir'"8 "the
State, .ofc is i i" ,ie'niL, e'is 'of Ml
'Iegslature;,7 +i tjwa and-0h oi
October 4 fop' Ota-te officers., a,id,
Ynem ers of the -Legislature ;', in
jatealaucdn Massai'hus-.:tts, Min iiipbta,
jiew- Yor and Wisconsin, November
4, for 'State offi ers :and mqiqbqrs of
the" i.gi l- lu.rf-; in, Mississippi ;andt
:New "Jersey, November 4, 'for merm-'
"lers of. the Legi+lat u re., B'P"rin'syl-+
yaniai, NoN eia:btir;, 'ftr t.late tlra-
,sureri and, neinbers of the Legia.
turp; ', ip bouisianwa'iDecember 2,
for th, adoptior ortrejeetion bf V6e
- proposed onaytut",n. A membeiof
'Ooagregs,;,to +fill a ryac wil also
be electediu: Icwa O-tolnr J4 ..

. AiH Y-,We qulte th'fJollow ing'front
;the,+./, 'Ayisati, +pkip ubml i'AU bis
,city;'August *Ieth-1879J -W,; .. .:;
,";But we do not wish 0to, Wor" *tist
we cOose/,',wijthonf tetpd"eting th 'binjst'
Ipt;4Latullous congratulation, thle 4t11a
cordial felic-ii ,n to our deairfellTow-'
,citizen and friend, the aceomphished
|| ng Methodist Minister Auielio C.
*Slla, for the triuaihps heais' ob,
a -...1 'n JTlt Ilo _

1 1 We publish the Views of an ex
h, BIB i tf .j ".
e ^fari pin A),.ti:n concerniug'yell6i
fever, with a gr'at dJ.al of lkle sure
i containing as'it does, much in' con
?* formity with what years of experience(
have'taid.ht our citizens. As he says
,'tlooe is tuch that is obscure abou
j 1 ell0w feber, but there'"ae som,
ibhings that are we]l-known Ever1
) person who has had any acquaintance
with a southern climate, and who i;
not'blinded by prejudice, mst ac-
I :knowledge that, in a ht country
* 4wh e re is constant heat,: heavy
dews, and a ,:uccession of showers
and sunshine, any person who-exposes
himself to the weather will, unless
thoroughly a Wlimnated, hecqdme sick,
anO any eity Situated in such a climate,
will, in a season when such conditions
as we have mentioned are found, be
subject to sickueas among its resi-
Adent& if sanitary measures are neg-
lected. We do not believe that it is
necessary to ascribe all sickness, or
any, to importation.. If a man by ex-
posu-e to.the sun,* the rain, night air,
devs and bad smells, can be thrown
into. a fever, i city .ful "of people
exposed' tjo all these conditions; eer-
taitly'will be sickly, and the' st'ictst
quarantine imaginable will not pro-
tect- -tjenm from te oaaHfih:
*climate, except in s6 far as he can
void' exposure, t'a. ."ity 'can pfe-
, vevt an accumulation 60 filth, ordhr'e,
and stench-breeding conglomerations,
and wheit t.ht is done, there need be
no fear'of an importationuof sickness.'
*^Ve[0 not believe thaf. htthe hist6rm
Qf this Island Ivell authenticated
instabae:.can be.'shovwja: where yellow
fever'- bIs been !-*broughz, *in from,
Hayadna, 'And spread any, Wbeqvheu'jhe
town has, been. in a proper cSnd::cjon.
eVOagreejplly wih the. genrlemnan
In ,ii4: Views on' quak'ao Liner ; !if a
'vcssel haoy aicknesis oW board, 'then
i isolatete d eases, f at +the -y ssel,
qn4'jilt i'e'- f.Iftlj'ere ar germs"
m aboard; : her, ja-, d lay." of ah hour at
the, qudrantio, b' oye or a month at
the station wiU riot extirpate them.
Either let'the, vessel come In, or pro-
hib!,t~t 'a9/gthher, i Th ..uarautin-
,ing,..!a per? un fteii days at some out-
'lying FplaJ -"s p" faMe- absurd.
If germ3; can last from one year to
'another, 'ten 'days, at B'anatee .won'i
Sprotct TT,m pa from them. No place-
!need+ feax the importation of 'germs;'!
unlem, it is in. fit -condition to nourish
Sand', propagate them,

- 'There has been for I some months
.pa.t, an evident disposition among
the jouxiger lass of publishers, to
assumeto themselves laurels for dis-
criptive powers that belong exclusive-
ly t'o,6ro.'G. W. Pratt, of the Palatka
,,erald, Tn giving the following from
his last paper, we can, easily imagine
their complete discomfiture-they
may bide their little. .Iads forever:
Oeklawaha, captain', is's young man, full
Iof energy And knows no such wofd as
:fail. What' he d6n't know about the
wonderss of 'the, Ocklawaha river and its
reptiles is not worth knowing. The
captain ia a success. But he met with
a fearful encounter on his Plat trip up
.-the river. He ha been wargod that foi
several days there existed unusual e6m-
mjnlion in the waters at" Burniside Bend,
with nioises much like thaft of -alligators.
Bhrnaide Bend; on the Ocklawaha 'is An
iuwholesome looking place, with under.
growtbhmatted -with slimy marsh reeds
ana, grAes, with 'heavy timbered- trees
over-atrching the river. the jp lace locke
darBk,ev,e'n in daytime, and +the old cap.
taims. aurry through it, and 'seem glad
when hthe'.reac'h clearer water beyond.
Iaz nrght' when nearing this benrd i
the pas-tf of hunterB and others were
qufietly,,lookig out nupon the weird
isnesiof hkje riveg, when they were sud.
d eaql2 r startled. ., by- Ecee exclaiming,
.".hat's that?." and the hair hegan to
" iae,'on hi 'head s^ h note?' that the
ben~d Wapeirtflly aive w'ith lliaators
t/ Tlie'shigbfo4't(e h-0t~ebuimkee seemed to
xron~e ih#toefd a-Maid fifty, and they roar:
eit land pluhngad int mannere. that wa(
<' tewrful., The,'iiassage. waa, blockaded.
1 Tbehi tsaenge: basggd-,the: oaptain to
;t~ur, b~ut the i nde1tigaia. -Rice, withl
law nsal intrepid spirit, 'critad.," Kepy
her" ou," and yelled to the, engineer to
lia on'aore'esdato. The steamer plouigh-
ef'rto tit'ward 'With gra for-ce1 and
/ 4a,hrott,^,tO a:@ad tfand1. 8uch'+'a
w.t.e Ki etug to terrify tho boldest;
**b hm.atength of.+the nionstera foroee-the

l ; OTE thenmolves entirely tt.
)business intheir line, and pledge
,Ives tp do everything in a work.
aaner, *d* at reasqnable rates.
,, *Aw-l 10,'75. tf.

The undersigned has just received
from New York, a full variety of INK
JOEPH OTTO, Pruggist.
Aug. 9, '70.,

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L I a. Kpto"'lIahefpl oap i4 theBest...
LH~~~~~ plou1 144,n-IP~ :^I pteria^l Soap Jshe Best;.'
WATCtttINI KERt JEtELR. c k"on'i, rlu p.^s^^^est
Crki n k ,s' ]t3 p,-ril"p.: al p is the Best.
(Corner of Greene, & Dpva,*ti-e&Le) qj 'I ji tow ". i a.pcial Sc~p is the a Zest.
JUST Received. # fine asbortfit ofa 4 ra '-i ( pk .rinIi Soap is tie pest.
Pure Jewelry, consisting of --00o--
*- STUDS (setts.) : .. .
SILVER-WARE, &c. stie Soup,.
.,, . "-, -" I A2D A. aT .SAaMB TIME POSSEFS1S ALL THA
All warnanted, at very -1 prie. w- AHI ,*D GLEAABII P, I ,. .
shall represent everything, that I se11 Fe.RE.BT. A NCH .A..Di..
just as it is, and expect to gain custom sOAPs.. '^s",nrHBFoBEBECOMMEXDB:.0R
by it. ,'...,*;, > .:., R...,.,. : : .KI. :. v .g^'f VNSS ,. EICHEN AND ATH-
THE aborv-named informs his friends B1O4f AND FOR GES eR HOUSEHOLD PUeiR -0
and the public generally, heENI
will attend t. Il,, a .hmnsine 's-in si a .OU ANs D S ii
manner as to ;g!O,. p1rzq-hA satift'pi.' WiVH(*1temove stains
No unfinished w.:,rk z hil l.'i,=.- uryi. place.'.'o n "B I
eG_91ASE, .CAR, OIL, PAINT &,..,
I refer as to my qualifications, to Mr. fromi.erhabdg.
E. L. Ware, Editor KEY OF THE GULF, ....
a n d o t h # r s 0 .4 F y _L '
I otooth Settdas $&Mronoun e'" "

< ..,\r '-"'-! *^ f ld~er, we*4 cJ~ l yo to,^ pns
.- ,' .at tis isfan a .1"iAt, : it
P~nifn PniC~l. *- G R O N D "r P l S [L A
"HE undersigned now offers his s fifi. e
q" ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ a g '1;A a'~g" ed it in our office ioc
1_ Ground Cqf~e "_ qenj.per I p re to all his patrons. '-( .q ,dqpuity'p soap in use...t is a- rare
T. J. R AMTIR tg to .gct a Soap that will. theroughly
J. J. R AiyiIREZ I n clan iaintink from the hands, as
Cor. Ann & Gao4 0 ten irmpton's launndrv
Dec. 14. '78. .. I a m itffit, 'd" knoww whereof we
speak. Ifis especially adapted for prin-
ta, painters, engineers and machinists,
Think ofyour.head in the morning, as.it !will remove grease of all descryiions
lnI)/VP mrll/AO A D 1 T)TU7T 'from the 'lihas'as 'welt aa cbtlb'ts, with
iJOF. CHAo. A. BRJKUW1P, little labor. For general hougea61ld *'pttr, ...
FRENCH TilC'ON l nTIC poses it cannot be excelled.
FRENCH lTlM ~AIJL~n red -1* JbfT^
In the lobBuHSg?!, Jtf l| J-
ETERMINING- to live and'let live, 2, 4 ^"Cafn 'zont Pis Place, and 33 &
Dhe will reduce his figures as follows t35Joffarson E;fo, 1ybkfi "i
Shaving 15i cnts. JM-*_or ika-e' 16Y Grocers Gecu
ShaMwpob'"4 i?^ j~*M3Cl3
Hair cuttin- 20 Nov.-1'7.-2 7-
Hair cdr~ p ,*. .-
handsome youn e o g4OST u^ ,-<-- tht
Old Fogies rejuvenated as an accom- EP CW os
modation to 0~qaIa~s~^h 0filr ~7rwyryt'-
is of goodiman ^'y y pp lF,- some
English spdk.eby'ttie liro *^ OLyhA't 8m
Engis so. 'efbyt" Tr~e M 'x tbreeryears siitce-5l,700." -Itris a two-
K ey W e st July 6 ';78. tf. ... q : X i 't o
y Wt J. tf.o.cottage, in the healthiest part^q
the city.
tL ] ^COLD,
6- L ( ,,|,.,.. ,. ", "Painter.
The onlg magazine in the world e"wressg : .' ;
ly for Babies .
AGE. '," :

Eight large quarto6 pages. Fibe i'^ -- ^V^
amber paper.thick and strong.- ..
Sweet wee stories, dainty p iftuqes.,.*,
inerry jingles, and funn y biis...of
* 'baby'-ife, all in large tyve with
words divided into s;tlvables. A
Kindergartet in its.:ef. A t
Address, 7:"" i
D. LOTHROP .&l OT, "
BostoL-" f &-&- X r
... ,'" i: ,.:,F OR L ,AUNDay Ugi

T- V>^t~~~cto<^o ^ieJzJ^ -- f .5

.. ..e wi av b _nd "whic -Ph ot' h f all sizes;color in
$3ti on of Y ear, i an ce. the e lta *i l C 8 0 aNimber. HouuuOils to resembling and as durable as Por
n ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ pes Nubr ouvQm Sm~copies at A.
$4 eaceh. Sitriol's,
The pqr Af4ti* ioo s u .

medical ~~ ~ V~e~z prfeiin -. -i. '*'''W EM< ..l'-
so pinth e resuf saoir tch ari:uS W. FRASER.
inquiries. which have been, and which "'
Lay hereafter be made f.$ Lo 1*01rki 0 l 14117 -Z.i 00
vation of health and. the expectat(sil:"..O _
bf human lifel V, !to.uta ke-.them ingat. M. J 0
medical profession ..... .-." : .M']
The resources of sanitaty 'sciezw r, -. .A -- -
inexhaustible. It willlbe achid -objec~t, A C
of THE E!ANITARIAN to awaken -pubhlc -T ia uAC COn,-L-
attention to the extent of the field,, and, ii ii ... '*
to the facts iindicafiig'hw benincently .... "
it may be cultivated. This will be done f I^ .S"uc " Pitfc t'T"1' I' kS'*
by showing the .amount of ill-health and H1^1,^-s I *^i cre |.- | teral
mor alt frm pieventable ca ss f Exterual, l^tchin*,Ble-Lediix*
those ca ustB~n(|t .l~iypnS'1 titcli ti^; i^E^ ite ,W,0 |re
operate ,bybshowing ha suc ca~ y adre on'^ receit orone. 8edaUo.^7!
are removal ; and by exhibiting" ira- den to T. J. B. H~AKBK.P o x *,Xri
proved health, longevity, and happiness 4wa, St- Lawrence Co.. 5rate of New York.

basis of health ; and by which ly#.ne ||lila$l aa1.
constitutes a department of -SCu'eeK---- Nj ^I N. E S'
which the medical profession can a-T- tRS.,"! t-oui.rt.t OS
vanatageously share with the public, ,or , u^f!'K ."r~3Ci
apply to indivlduit1s: .atcording :.t' mt-- =lml~lbl itele.^ rl'ijllpl li llth el Ae h .n o h .. .
tions will involve uestions o f i:n'lfofld" the PRIVATE MEDIAL ADIBE1

The practical questions of 8:j-te Me-" [i unn^ tl._mU fr-oh ul(
marine hygiene, quarantine, ci,'ic cleap., ^*'^t S*%y--* ^!Sl
liners, wi er supply, drainage adndw- .,7__,g ^.jl'd .'
erage. Sanitary architecc~rc 4igntt, ^ "? I.'-' ET.,--r.T;l H
space, waraming and ventilati,,u. Climate (o."--t LSSTo-_ *" i,:a'| MC1i
and dom,, Lee: epidemic, ende~miC, and ==llli ^^ ^T^ ^c ilil^d^
hereitary lse d Ocpaineer. i.t-f2q"!..

ai v- z ,.-s^ of quality and quantity. -n -. ,
short, ,v&. itever thing, condition, or cir- r : JiJI" M () N IV
cumkl ,fcc-is P Inrapt with, or te.{ ,* I MOAf LJmU III
nilitia tv, the mos; frfeeAt cultlret oi I, 1 [- ,< t. i -,- ..*
mind arid body, wfl e coisidere legit- Tle**,ly ra llt, ^gtnt8, uLonId
imate matter for THE SANITARIAN to address .
discuss, advocate, condemn, or reject at FINLEY, HARVEY & CO.
the Bar of Health. Advertisement will Atlanta, Ga.
fall under the tmme category. norA Eil B., '.C . l.
be admitted^ e.qi:p j' ; ;!
acter in fIi ~tara. TrCrw f\S'V tVt
In fulfilhcnt of its mission, THE PRESORI t
SANITARIAN asks kijWkv co~ a In^ill^E^^ ^ ^^
and assistance from all who would aid a 9tio w ir A 8Doi ,tb.
in the prote3,4> .of the most precious w"M4W1 ON* L 416,
gif divine---hu tean lift. ; ,. '
T :he prevention of diease )ppals to , , ,, ,B=r tow;.50otmt
the mos't shared obligations of the in- "m^^^ T. Nori-k. .-dr i- y'u,-o,
dividual to himself and to his neighbor,;"a sma wlr.eh ,ptr.i-_. f
and invites co-operation in a warfare In iW [ ti ak lBf ,-lmr t.rit f
which all may engage without distinc- w H ". i..:.tic r w UI. ALurt.&* 'o,,
tionof creed or sect. On abis, battle- "Portland, Ma ine.
field, at it-atha'em to n '|aties." !- l I I -1'* /'"
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Abeautiful work of 100 Pages, One _V.F w As,,# ti .-- ;t3s..S-1
Colored F Joive Plaft, and 300 o. ,i.-. rm- I,1W ,l:
I ltistr(ttiolts, with Descriptions of ho trh, e C A...JacK:e' l o.. :ti..
best Flowers and VWgetablcs, and how to
grow then. All for a FIVE CENT STAMP. .- ...
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The Fb.^ovaICo t e w |, irt I Ib -y
tf 17C" lgesSix igB. por.eT p^wrthw, ftre .Jprove your gfttsaatlThl.
many hundred E'ingrav in elegant cloth. C" *M. Addre 'O N ACo.,WffrlanL Me.
in piper covers; $1,00 .* Jl 1. -,- t
Jn German or English. l il e ns'. .% oneyfastrat wnrk for,,r tat
in every numnbcJtiaiuany'^ngr^^- ^, ,,]JMUUIMi *'--erlll. t~lowo~lrkT'r
$5.W. Sprciu$i2(?l u:br Bient for 10 frt-AdrnCit.,Auit,MolM
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S. E-eef, Key west, !l.. *.,
.- SIMONTON STREET. A very large assortment of DRUGS, MEDICINES, PATENT MhDI-
.?. *,.. i _. -'A CINES, as follows:
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LIAS, is now prepared to do all kinds of work in the above, at reason- .. .
able prices. *- ,--;-** '..*" .'- Liniment & Ointments, Pierce's Medical Discovery, Favorite Prescription,
OSE-StOE1NG, STO VE PIPE and G UT ING Smash Weed &-Pellets, Anti Fat, Pioe's Gre for ConsumptioLarge-& Small
-..- Bottles, Fugera's, Lanman, Kemp's & Mollers Cod Liver Oil, Beef Wine &
are made a Specialty, Iron, Blood Syrup; Essence Jamaica' Ginger, Vermifnze & Wborii Coaetions,
And in this branch he fears xo competition. : Olive Tar, Wrigh.'s Brandrths Brisols, Radways, era, Jya
-A McLanes, Holloway's, Schencks & Blanchard Pills, Allcocks Porous Plasters,
Having procured the services of Mr. WM WILLIAMS in his Tin, Opper and Clove Anodyne, Toothache Drops, -.Rdway's Ready Relief,- Pam Killer,
'Sheet-IroniDepartment, he is enabled to do the best work on the island. Benzine, Cocoaine, Cough Balsam, Plantation, Hostetters, Vinegar, & Hooe
Key West, J.... 1 '9. f fland" hitters, Ayer's, Bristol's & Johnson's Sarsaparilla, Tobias Burdaall's
.5 + i '^ "'*-- "\ -., .fa, -----.--ft |lluherokee & Rheumatic Liniments, Ayeirs & Woods, .Hair
: J r,; Hall's JIM-rae er, VitaliA, Soaodont, Churchill-' Hypophosohates
J L ME R M O TTm oLin & Soda, Lyons K!athairon Soothing Syrup, Seidlytz Powders, Cherry
j VI I9 R M l 9 Pectoel, Ague- CnreTa-rants Extract 0txbebs & Copaiba,'Husbaids 'Cale
al9 MagnCia, Valentines Meat Juice, Diarrhace Cordial, Corn Starech, Arrowroot, '
-Soothig Drops, Charcoal, Jaynes Carminative, Jaynes Expectorant, Simmon's
ttf\}fP% { O TSA{ O LiverfRegulator, Ferrated Elixir Calisaya Bark, Batchelors & Christodors
Aft it Hair :ye, Ready Remedy, Burnett's Kaliaton, Whitcombs Asthma.Reedy,
Rub t in & .Curtain Limment, Garghlng i a, Tf < ...a Brbhes, -. Ogro T, Prnery, *Florida Water, Cw: PA e,
U:= .... j&i' I E S T t E. L. Cam)orated & cold Cream Vaseline, Atomizers, Chest Protectors, Honey
Glycrine, Carbolic, Cashmere Boquet, Vaseline, Lubins, French Glems
: '" "Sulpltr, Packer's Ta-x Hand Lighteing- & Transparent2o0..Iilly White.
T HE dissolution from my late Co-partnership enables me to, devote. my Pearof Beauty, Magnolia Bali, .Toilett Powder, Powder Puffs, Breast
-L entiretimeand attntioto ; pm, Davidson'sSyringes, Hard Rubber, Pewter' & -GlaaS A
entire. time amainhe atile uualyket n irt gas ru Sor,.
< ." t:, A,- *i ?' '. '^ K c."' Truss, Teething Rings, Nipples, Nursing Bottles, Tubes & Brushes,
N- t) A T J P Cosmic, Tooth Powders, Combs, Corn & Bunion Plasters. h
rh Xio n si; n inhther articles usually kept in first class Drug Store. 3 a. nrge
-for 60.6 eritioh- of ny Spot- o' bi]F ei....... u. t assorent of first class Drugs and Medicines, for dispensing proscriptions
.' ;* ..... ... !... ...1... ... ...... and ft fam ily use. t t '
CONTRACTS will be taken upon fair terms, and / A o a Fe n P r
work wOarrcanted;.A a ndFn"
Key West, July 12, '79., .tf C L"JS. e c a rkX ixoxn.
.. ... : Nov)th1878. tf.

tSOBTlflIENTsQ1 1 1 L -

El s 4' ^i A Xewv

"KS. BRAdtE*S ; -- 'i

Anan: almost everything for Family Use.

'K y ?} A l^ ]> j .. .. .. .
A. i .SOAP
c a'tt le i t JJ. uas i. L.i. E f"

l- Pu nta a- s sh. .; i etv ,, is[a 'n, L o b-ca ... '
".ctgc.Uas'o J;m'iy. TUCAII.R "UW^M
18 HaLtna, sch. ElMata B. F Hiler, Sands,,
e, ~~Guerru,-!a"

Hlla libihi,T
16 New Orle n S.. Luy ,, lle
NGait, gn't Cargo, to .W C urry.S t
--Havana, Skh. D'. ComAtdlck.,' ia2. bM.
to Those. Shultz" p ip 2 -
Cedar- Kejs, s. s. Day Dreg^ AV i'l -2: LI:"
maiIt. J. Philblridk. :
,1t,"anatne, s.. s. valley City, Walker, P
Cattle, to W. Curry.
Manatee', s. s. Elli* "tgni-bht, M cattle, to J, J. Philbric.. ..- "
P untk Rasoa, sc.Arietis, Lowe; cat-,

tle, e.6. C&,0o. CurY -A-atbi ^ -
.18 ProHaeso, sch. Martha M[. He I TathE I NO' THE THI
'fichols, mds., to-W. Cirir. -oShort. "N F O
of water and provisions. Shiipped 2 : "
ertiu u and and sailed for New aHousehold Purposes.
-Hv na i.at. s *,-,Ta. iI.aba uKn,, or feA"TOr s BaOT33ro3.Smi

t.l., "o .1 ,,CoJ J. wit. 6 te lim i os o.t, N Y.

C ardena,' s.. As Ediy .idueW,efa~r, ]'ogE= or oAthED illuminting oild
et, ha L, o J h k.. "P1o-0lebe o the 1-"i%0it11
"ito. tI- n '4is uic.* buoJ .Wil Ws string pit,, Cfuile bys
Abucoseht. Feelessd, Dmeln ruit, b tatl.dy"ftrth asaeo hs
1bal., to Fogarty.WiJohnson. .O-rnc; I

19 Ndw :York,. sch.-*Mary'{ B u. Alex.r .SEC. 2-. That itt pesh lnon ithi .b e l
' ... aunder, gen'1. cargo, to.A.. TW t ..ulry foi" ofKey Werst fo d peroltns to hee
Cardenas fs.. Aesa Kdiighe, W.K f, or gi O RAerNED shor or con vimtion,
hod .al. ,to J J. Phil., ri, k .withofi Al-hernlit of tKey *Ci ty Of ny

tNassau, Br. s.- PMuioi:ao Albury, Wer ine o or e the il etmi venatn ,i
'T ro d is n l lp,. t o J .F W il\a W "he T

HaUGn, CLsARs. V'OyUTWARDS. omroilsowich~p are dthe rodutdirite-
f7 n "a, aim q. s Mx. s. "ry Miller G~ly M or indirctly fl 1 Pet.rolemofftn a.:
Abards., Jsch. Peeyrl e n, Malo fru l quac dally theater t3I0 ahrenhf or
to the: to r. P "'' a s 1 bur nin ou fr et

1 9 aYork, sch. C.ary iv tea. A -pir SB.6. .That 'it personwithin wthe
\ Suner, gen'l 'cargo, to -A.W,_ furry L ity bofKy Ve fond viesaolai to heep
H&ToVa la. s., Newi oK fi 1-K orofeging fetor- s hale for -consumption,
b' futal l6ps., to .J habiW. L- ...h.. withins athe lmits ofh Twety Wetanys

1 I Havana,. s.s. Lney- P. Miler, G.alt Mayr o r otherl, l ui.a,. ofi ls
Hav:o~n a, s y~.s .J Phlc Cqt alek..' o ols, wh ich b are the produc a re' e -eb
--- a~li-,;- U ,xf. l l'y oWk r- itdret'o P toeu ,o

c,,arle, Wc .;.. Mary Ellen, t, t. Passed the Boarn tLis 17F h day of
I to Ah. .-i st- r 187 0 .
.mhS-'ltj.-. 'I,,...s V- P,. id nTot oi.r .
-0 T.w:Yo.. ..'.al'i.. K4ary Hn: A, rvve 2r Th n v p ersnwthinEt, e

S n e.r: g_,l.a.o to W, C, .. iL ,.-,-.f i ,'f c v Mayor.
> T l G l oad ,,.,| N w Y, orak. tt sAttest P sT h lT, on nit io,
!9i **ae, Pr. seb. V al_..y Jane 1lb y b e r
fl t N masj ^ -'s T H eh ri .tt a E ch;'.lMu a ne ^ ; -_ -_.-- .. .. '.. ., ,
6- a:rive,-Pr~om.New fnork, s-h. 1 more ... ..Tw .. ... .
,r Lu n,- wit gen', ..... to llr '1- nudcrsigaed .Cwl|[l.lRit hti iere
'.I 'a '. ,.,:* -.* .. .. i a short-i ti.ume, aPl. proposess to-
From New Orleans, s.s. Chase, geS'} intxice a new variety of Pictures,
cargo, to.W. Curry,.. s. .v bri!ig % I ,

: R :-.G A I3N S .
.... As S

T+ j +- .... ..


Aa.n Eintimre Etoo:lt of

TNT _.W 0G' op 0 1E S
Not Shop-wor l00oods, but EVERYTHING FRESH 1 -- T -!oS,
.-- ~ F U l .ilS
.. pm rs MUL" LIE i^W.s ^,: .j -^ -
^Delni'lae,' PrcS nhfa ^ Jntiv-gy Alpaefask Piquevf Cg.-r.JQS
/)e a';,,.,-PN. V:0 !' C k, 's,:. eiAtG48 T. "- "'-'- 'Cy

CASSIME ES, LINEN JEANS, &C., orGents wear.
Ladies', -Xissee: and -Children's andi tS and {Stl.. S. HOUSEI
Ready.Made Linen, Lawn & Calico Dresses. r ,'
U N D E R C L OT H I N C, (BA Laies'-ani-Gnt's.) J ,- t.
Table, .Damask and s, Made Tablecloth*. .
Laah'--ehh Geat's MUSLIN -'ana LimE HDKFS.
Cotton, Alpacca and $ilk PARASOLS and, UMBRELLAS. My Stock -is weekly rep
And a Splendid assortment of selected by.an expl'rience
3NT~tlO~ziX ^X VO. I ro3eL-t:l4 to purchase for cash fron
Do not fail toup,-cc-iy .Geod ore, prchacong eiseivhtre--as I will
guarantee a'saviitOnf of 'one. ".... the largest discounts, an(
Key West, May 24,-79. usually paid. With all

tLIVEIRY STABLE. F. TIFT, 0] times a complete gen,
A. A. BROQKX, Proprieo, CqMIiSSION JlERCHANT, >rics. Parties wishing
Greete'tr~e?. KEY WEST, FLORIDA.
My Stables are conveniently situated -y AS extensive wharve's and fire-proof ome specializes at very
a short distance from the Rusell House, _1_ warehouses for the accommodation
and fine fresh saddle-horses, buggies of the largest class of Steamers.
;or hacks can be procured at reasonable S- Coals. Ice, Water, and other sup- would specially call
prices. plies for Steamers.
Stabling for Horses, Charters procured for vessels bound to #tOCERIES, comlrW.
and repairing of all kinds of Harness Ports in the Gulf and West Indies.
done quickly and well. __ KIWest, Jan. 19th 1878

mHE desirable Ist-class Cottage Corner of' Simonton and .' J" A.A,
J- .Sesidence, on Caroline St., Greene Streets.
well adapted for a genteel private ..r .g .o. 4 nn n -(
familyv. o' rnng Coffee 4 t 9 a.m.
TE'.RS, to a reliable tenant, ea 6tI 6 to 9 p. U\

A 0 L O L,

i. 0. 0D i I ..



.f g Wood Wilow-are,,

?])ciqmens can be seen at .the store
of Mr. Sainol. He also proposes to
t e.,wh this beautiful art, to any having
M desire and tr-ste for this work.
A|'pllf .to MXr. Raqdall'a, Caroline
-St.nw t. t i -.i. < ." -
K,? ( .


plenished, the Goods are most 'carefully
*d lifyer alwas in New York .Vreparod
n first bands, thereby enabling me '0 secure
A save all commissions and extra charges
these facilitiesI amr-prepaied to ethiit it f
eral stocl, and sell at the lowest possible
to purcase to sell again, canalways find *
low prices.
attention to my stock of choice Family

Ii yINny rt.. not fqu di eliwh<.re.

'3ecure the Shabow e'er the substnse fvae.'
.'E. S :. S ESTAVEZ,'

Cor, Eaton and Simonton Sts,,
IIIE allr" Aqtistis now prepared
to 'extel perfect Lift ke Pic-
ttre'son tle shortgst Rqssibte time. at
rlile; so*l-ea(Bnmle,.lU to ins re.-the!
entire patronage of the cit.
* Pictures Qf,'-infants and-little cbil-
'drp is nmade a specialty.
Call and see his. specimens.
Key West, Aug, 9th, '79. tf.

(KEY WEST, Fla.)
Ar- .. 'T. ItSCL, Proprlafor.;'-


N 0 T I C E.
IX WEEKS after date I will apply to
S to bhe;MHoinkbl'AJudge bf theCtonnty
Court of Monroe County for Letters of Ad-
niiuciri.H~ I <&KOstaf-,te'o~ ?v~it
Townsend, late of said Count;, deceased,
July ,71. ... ...


C AKES. P ,lS ,
l[ey West, June 14, '79.

Aplvy t6 the owai, a the premms.
Key West, May 30, '79. .


ithe house, or at his dwelling in
Baha.ma Street, corner of Flemming, at
convenlent hdurs arid moderate prices.
Aug. 2; '79. i ; ,

,11.1 T (fl t,
fpHEBoarof CountV Commisswkmt-
.I ere will' meet at the Clerk's& Office,
in Mi'gae.-iear of, tha'",P3unty' Court
House in Jackson Square, for ten
days.6uly, Suudnys ex,3epto, sfrqm
tie.hotirsa. 3 to, 6 P. MIj oeppienq-
ii g Seplbniber Ist 1.79, for- ihte as.
s ssmenit; '.f 'T:cBand 'ecea n g
e rors, A1 t' fax-payers considering
t emselves aggrieved, are hereby
I ot p -t l)~l beforetheBoard,,

T/kAT"\ Q61 W46 L l
: ....l6 ,'/ l8 !.,;. : -., .. ^.,

HE culinary Dep a4'm,ue g of. this
extjens^ e Hotel s closed for the
A .' and .ilY 6e repen' on or
^ ( ob yf n ex t. ,. ,7 / ', ,;:. ;
d rooms can be
".e, House,


A DISPENSARY will be opened at
June 16th, for the purpose of enabling
P P.qopersons to receive. medical treat;
ment free of charge, exceptTor mieicine"
All sick persons who cannot pay a
physician will be examined and treated
free of charge, from 3 to 5 o'clock every
afternoon, except Sundays, at the above
drug store.
I4,must be distinctly understood that
nonO bat poor peksoni-who cannot fordd
to pay a physician will tecoive treat-
ment free, and they have to pay for the
medicine they get.
Key West, June 14, '79.

THE undersigned-has purchased-the
entire interest in the new
"QAN D Y A E P 0 .RUM,
A&ia children upon terms that will please
every, one.
NTo More Poisoned Cancly
can be sold here while I am about.
ceived at my stand daily.
K.ey West. Miy 15, '7R.

ALL PERSONS having demands
''againstthe Estate -of "SUSAN S,
WATSO will present the same to the
undersigned fqr payment.
Kby West, Fla., June 3, '79.

The Editor .f' V1s paler has de.
-*lormined ba keep as a standiDg ad;,
vertisement, the names, of all meri
chant4,.wob keep .for sale Oils that
,will otexplode,).and here they Ire;
Wff.. M IO "
,A. ,8ARIOL.,:
W. ^A111


K F7 R

%Ag F%%of-W..', I !k ', 'k I
R an&ets., Bed _. Sreads Comforfters__ Quilts, Sheetsf
"I*Sti, Mats,* OK 4 CT~fftm, Carpets, P919w &0"e,
Window Curtains, Coal Oil Stoves,

XNew Coffee Mills,
x^ xt, n' xx e n i 1

Se Cictures Framed to Order.
,An-t January X, S7t,
Koy W~pst,, fla., Jiummry 1, '77 y




G ats, )
S00 &ol,

'I I Receiving tirnce in New York i *
W Rte under lbs., I ceat per ounce -
1235lba.or 8 cubic feetfor$2.00. .

ItM .

ds.~ V~l~~

8-H. P. Mounted. $650.
0. 765 2-H.P.Eureka,
12 ': 10l 4 "'
IrJ kr ,. ft
'AM& ma^rA."iftr-t2. Kim

--Sole Agmeny -
The best ever made, and has taken
the premium over-all others, ."s#
At the Reduced Price
of $12.00; formerly" cost 82YM


House-keeping Articles,

(An Improved aricle,)
; I-rf THyf K ; *
: r aIq= i t ."

April 5, 79.

_s- House, of five or six rooms,
with store convenient, with roomy
yard, ih-eehfiwrl portion of city.. ,
Address, stating location, ud terms,
Z Ke.- a wthe .uf offi ,.
M ay 3; '79. P .,

a a -.f?

L11 -------*i--U

,at yery r+asorplbl prices.
,lip' L, Ow -M& ?,

/; r Q r o .


SY.!ew the many casualties arisi g from Kerosen.e, we haye
.etenr mned keep "" '

Photographs of all sizes, colored in
Oils, resembling and as durable as Por.
celain types. Specimen copies at A.
Sariol s.

ror aFamily Use, which we will sel ,opp as possible.

CURRY, N 0 T I F ,I/

li 4aTANT ^ ~c^^ ^ Mare- ,
Ourr of tHE t.b f"p-m o ttof LE, M AY 'e
% V rhaveust,
OB ,(F ,+TE of ,ho sa ne an be ," now rcpSre4 to finnish 't f
erk, C. C. AfOMTA(ENTS,
^S, ^ | (LJS e~v'U U, 21v'H..- '. tA tf
^'^^ir- __ ----'" /-' ." '8'AE8,
or any VrW4orAp~pretery orImilding
I l / l I ? + ,: purposes.
Pa rtehwcalor Organ, t ll" reeyiWest, hau 22. .
[Iran the cef+bated Mat
Uftf B J1 l W ods & Co. of Boston. T CEIVI ,
Srhis beautiful in trument can be JU REnt
Nseen and tested, at the' r~iidenee of ....
"d. Oratte. Caroline Street. large assortment e o .
II 9tr 00. U RNITU,
'-"- rPHE undersigned is now ready to -ULL SET BURIAL CASES,
it is now the most complete and varii 2 receive orders for Soda Crackers, Superior to any ever offered in this city;
be found in any one establishment in or [Family Biscuits, of the best quality
ry variety of GOODS, including: anl at prices that will irsure their WILLIAe & WARRE'
beRg purchased at home. Key st, '.
D GROCERIES eO. 2 8,7.S CHEAP "' "
I - .P.



NThe eqy York and Galyesaon U. S. Mail ;teamship Liie, composedd of the
following Afirst lass Seanships -

or in suits, in one of the mio.t delightful l foqk in town.

,entletmen an+ d Sa'lies, r .transisijt I g arLert, can he .i.comlni:,d:(.;. j

-aro .. V"ro

C.9pt, Pickenson, 04,4# Tw?.

rAT# of TEMs.


RIO CRAND., lew, Capt. Bolger,


Y centtbl additions to my Stock i
1 assortuat of merehandize, to I
he United Sttes. It consists of almost eve


CITY SAN ANr9mNIO, Capt, Penningtorp, I


gapt. Burrows,

SAii n every THURSDAY from New York, and on SATURDAY
Sfrop ALVEST X Toybti issued ]o Xe8w Omlamiiw 8i
-- Li t 1 O.b s -* --,, _+-- -'z .
For Freight apod Passage, apply at the 0IHlee oflhe Agent.
Key )est, F q, /ay 1, '78. tf.

F 0 S Al L TY
HE undersigned offers for sale his
2 story Cottage residence and lot,'
near the U. S. Barracks.
The lot is 64 x 147, and the house
new, and in a healthy part of the
city. Will be sold at cost, as the
owner desires to move elsewhere.
Inquire of
or P. M. COLD,
Key West, July 20, '78.





Card size
Cabinet size


WANTED, her of active., enet-
geti cManvassers tb engage in a pleasant
and profitable business. Good men will
find this a rare chance to make money.
Such.will please answer this advertise-
ment by letter, enclosing stamp for
reply, stating what businem IYl hw
been engaged in. None but fnose who
mean business need apply. Address
Atlanta, Ga.
Dec. 28,'78. ; ly.

.TY X ST X 3IN 30.
T HE undersigned begs leave to in-
Hform the public that he has erect-
ed a. Scroll Sawing Machine,
a large and complete Turning Lathe
near the Lighthouse, where he hopes
to supply all those who may desire
work done in his lite, and in a work-
manlike manner. He will furnish
Balusters, Bmckets, Cornices and all
kinds of Sc'oll Work, done in any
style or finish that is required
Terms moderate.
Key West, June 30, '76.

IN .
Corner of Front & Duval Sts.
The best of Key West and Havana
Cigars constantly kept on hand.

All or'erspromptly ended to.
Nov 17. '77. lyr.
E informs his friends that he is now
-ready to do all kindsof custom-work
in the best possible mnuner, and war.-
ranted good fits. His charges will be
A speciality will be m-de of preparing,
;n a neat manner.
Key West, Fla., January 1. '75 Iv

(Corner of Wall & Fitzpatrick Sts.)
IS prepared to do all kinds of Fancy
S Shell-work, at the lowest prices.
She is thankful for past favors, and
will try to merit it in the future.
Kevy West, Aug. 25, '77. tf.

General Assortment of

11 n n
Bdaiu, Rugs, Matting, Stoves, Furnaces.

STATIONERY, Upholstery Paper, Window Shades,
Gold, Sileer and Bronze Leaf, Musical Instruments,

Hair cutting
Hair dressing

15 "
5 "




KyWs .t, .a, JIOO6,
Cableh, Me ssani Ship Stores
Key West, January 1,'7S.

Fitest Toilet Soap,

Special attention paid to all the
handsome younrt men of the city..
Old Fogies rejuvinated as an aacoti-.
modation to them, when his hair-dyi-
is of good material. "
English spoken by the Professor.
Key West, July 6, '78. tf.

C~rcoo nieters, Barometers, Thermometeres,
Telescopes, Mlarine Glasses, Eye Glasses,
Spectacles,. Pistols ayd Sportsman's Goods,

The only magazine in the world exrn-ess.
ly for Babies
Take it for yor Baby!
Eight large qtwrto piges. Fine
amber pa.ler, thick and strong.
Sweet wee stories, dainty pictures,
merry jinghrs, and funoy bits of
aJ-alife, 'all in" large tvlype with
4mrd/vid4d into syllables. A

' :Ship Chandlery,

Paints, Oil,
Metals of all kinds.

AC=\ Itj


:CottonL and 1"e- ssla Duols.,




iff~~~~ HI P fll

T HE uderneil hsu r he
,,entire interest in th-4new
and offers the same to the lalies and
children upon terms that will please
every one.
"No-1 More Poi.,o>e(d c adily
can be sold here while I am about.
ceived at my stand dail.
Key West, May 15, '78.


.Bracl,'es, q, pwels, Ballusters, Stair-rails,
S+ Sash-meeghts, ete,
SParties ordering through us get their goo4s at manufacturing prices.
*ey WatFla, May l&'77. "Y




-- -- --

Mess Pork, Mess Beef, .Hams, Shoulders, Tongues,
Breakfast Baeon, Smoked Beef, Smoked Fish,
Canned Meats, Fruits & Vegetables, Rice,
Coffee, Sugars, Spices, Fancy Soaps, &c.
Cakes, Candies, Catsups, &c. &c. &-c.

Come and Examine.
Key West, Nov. 27, 1875. I vr.

By last Steamer from New York, a full supply of


&c. &c. &e.

The Housekeepers department is extensive, and comprises many
useful Articles, almost indispensable to a family.
January st, 1875.o v n. a.





THE undersil has just received
from New ork a large variety of '
*RA"9 WIRi, and
The BOW evor onered Ia nhiI Ci, t,
which be will sell at a reasonable ad.
vane on cos.t.





Wall & Duval Sts.
Key West, ApL 18 '79.

Wm. Jos. F. Albwy,
* EVOTE themselves entirely t.
I business in their line, and pledge
themselves to do everything in a work-
manlikp mamer, and at reasonable rat.
Kov IWest4.Avril 10. '75-' tfc4


Foot of Greene Street.,

THE undersigned has opened a Sail
Loflt; where he in ready to eat and
make sails for every kind of oraft in need
of them, at moderate charges.
A Spdalt y in repnirivg sails, in a very
net manner, fearing no rival.
Key Went, July 27, '78. 32s.)



G roceries,

f -T t '-- "'* 4: -.. .- ; -~i -
..... al Street, Key West, fla.
Ky iWest, Fla,, Jan. lIth, 1878. ly3


,. '.. .'- ..* :. -. ~ A ] =

;, 'Corner 4t lePiaWlnla 8l s Own Sptreets,
n HE.Undei gned is now prepared do all kinds of Cabinet-wtork,
I" ,,in a finishedand workmanlike manner, at prices lower than ny ever
d '' in this crty. -ehas lat, i pred a ;
"", t : .;; *, 7 *.:' / ,, i :. i* '
t +V +.+ *" .. ++ '.i . .

Supeofier to fri; yrr seen OR n thi s81aInd, an4 intends making his busi.
.. ... [ r' '* ",; 1 "w r a t. a to
as Undertaier, a special y, d ow rtes s toinsure a
,.art ot he public patronage. Giypve i i and prove what I
bre stated above. B '' BERT MoRA)W.
xvg '!> ,y, pe b .r 76, f '
Key_Wst, September 0, '76, '" '' tf.




Music furnished for all occasions
wlma required.
Orders may be left at residence on
O sxe tS tpt. 21, '78.
Key West, Sep~t. 21, '78.

Vc's Eol Maidd
A beastiful work of 100 Pages, One
colored Fower -Plate, adw 393
lUostratw. with Descriptions of te,
best Flowers and VegetalMes, anmd how to
grow them. All for a PFIVE CEST STA .':
In.ngish or Germm. ..
The 0-aasti -f
mnany hnndfv a E U l < plnil.
In paper aeov sip
In GermuaW a. !
Vick's lttus ated
aiaffatilM--S Pages, a Colore Wo
in ver3 number and maltye ne Engy-
ings. Price $1.25 a year; Five Copies for
In.oc. Specimen Numbers sen for I
cents, t.
Viek's Seedd are the best in the
world. Hend FIvE CxxTr TAP for a
FLoAL GtD, containing List and Priom,
and plenty of information. Add=en, ,
Rochester N. Y.

Foxt scaozr, wonx,
A large variety, adapted to making
Bracket and Picture Franme.
Just the tkRin, for Amatenr &M1
Sawing. Beautiful Patteras.
For sale by
Wey WeLtu *j.4 Wk- -
Key West, Feb. 1\7


Togelher wilh a ood supply of

-.And in fact every thing almost that any one.>yire.
All of which will be sold cheap for CASH. '

Wrare, isucJiters. roomsm,

C aped Goods, Tinl
Flour, Pails,



Tubs, Beef,

Thoe Sun shines for Everybody.
tNear the Masonic ll.)
Cool drinks, Ginger Pop (home
maded) Domestic and Imported Con.
feotionery, Havana Cigars.
Jg Boarding and Lodging at
reasonalle rates. j"
Aug. 7, 77. ly

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


&C., &C., &e., &e. -
FISHINXG LINIES orf all kinds and Mize, for Smnaek's Use





Key Wpst, Fla:, Janlary 1, '75.

"TOTICE is hereby given, that in a&word-
-4-e aee with the prvisions of an act of
the 0lgislature of the State of Florida,
entitled qa mt to provide for the Incorpo-
ration of Htilnrsdo and hoUmls, approved
February Iltb, 1874, we, the undersigned,
have fried 441 organized a company, to
be styled, namad and naown, the
South Florida Bailmd ,py, for the
purpose of ooqxtruot"- ..ti ning ad
opersttinB a rail| nj., f rom a point
on the St Jorn'a pver, 0pe County of
OrawVml. dlikate of Flo iithrougs, or
into. am otofltie__of Oratge lok a d
Mlat ins aMid t to a ia t eon
Charl.o-t Harbor, in said cc of
Manatue, in said state of Pfloridl for
public use in the oonveyanoe o neuap's
an d property. V ',


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w a o" yot-i.r
i -- o_ -
Brackets Newels Ballusters.
Special attention giep tq Black Walnut 40n other First-cla.s work.
A guarantee all Goods ordered through me to be at New York Brices.
I always present Original Bills, so that parties can see that I make no extra
Charges. Those'oidering through me to pay the additional expense of Freight.
N. B.--antiateN tirelalhetd on Mpplicaltio.
Key West, Fla., Jan. 27th '77 ..- .... .

O FFER to their friends and the public, a fresh and full supply

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.<': .;S.>&.' '" ./" ++ '+ "* '* '' + ''"il~ ' +'
n~ *m!__ *: -* :. '^ *' :s ++ 'C ^ '

..o ,mal on 14 Jl 4Muds of Preoed sd Undres.e

:" G ,V. .ZS A ND \A
.' .i "'' .alG SHBtE _ML 0 0To AnD LATHS.
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&C., 'C.


dtm This establishment will confine itself entirely to supplies for Family
p a&.&d intend keeping on hand only fre, and good goods,
and thereby merit a share of the public patronage.,
Key WeJt, Fla., January 1, '75:, 0 f'r. y.

F. w. HENCK.


L I Jim,l, 7. '~? 'NM1.



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fnH.S HOlSEis no.y r,-openjlfoi Abe reception of Guests. elect
"* boavd .yith eleg atly ^ ished apartmotp, finely yentilated, single






TfNx, : ... .. *:

Think ofvYour head in the morirng,
In the Louvre Building.
DETERMINING to live and let live,
he will reduce his figures as follows'
Shaving 1V5 cents.


A N D --

Apon Wreef Ke y West,
fA bh tlo-are j Iepan-.d. to all kinds of Building in their
++, o lUerman a ,at ffat y naine? and at the"

J&- 1 3 1 3 *9I 53

+. s t'n dl a* tak er s,.
avina Tu'll -stock of -Slewood Caslkts pf the very best styles
dO iaffid of different linds of wood, they are prepared to
furnish them at prices lower than ha+- evdr been

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Also a.M3533Ne1s f- 09V


f AND LEAD. &c., &e
s, supplied ah liokt 6466ee.

A-4 tr-* .at-^ ,,

Opposite St, James Hotel.-- -.UVAI. ST. i

F ^-M,' A,'L-H. Y R l elw E










Are now prepared to offer to their patrons and the pulbli,

.1. B. KEMP,


Oils, &c.