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Key of the Gulf
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048587/00004
 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: April 29, 1882
Frequency: weekly (published every saturday)
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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.
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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V OL 8-NO. 18

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O New-York Clothing House. S' POETRY.
The Shadowed Cross.
Sweddin love our lives had twained
SOne year---oae careless, golden year--
-W 7 i Aud then he died, my darling.died;
A kirtharbo6red thee*

16" Vb^ jl pter No II, K.A.M1
KIT 0F" 9S IUU x Mets OAt the Masonic
"I r, ia' ,g Hall Pery e teond and
lIoutrth W Even-
Of 309 *. sff of a monthat 712
Terme-arM,.i, B^^*rtse Visk f Cpeaions cor-
l Varnlabry in A4vanee. '-| diRily invited to attend.
t iA. C;RANB. gor n4.1Proprkter 9 V.TW.y.R. PuxaMB. H. P.
R' Ts O anaITS Gzo. H. Canar, Sec'y.
RATUB 0I 18BTIING : -- -- -
One square, one"'ertio $1 00
Une squats, one m44oh 3 9
wo squares, one insril .t 3 0I 2
Two squares, one month 00
Six aqu&a, one i isertion 6 00
".siz square one mojst4 1 0 0
e. s" quares, ofit 4 rtion l 40
Ten squares, o0e " 20 09
One-half column, Zf ye 00
One column, 'one inselk.iqo.'w "0 0
DOn column, one mona A 4 ,3
Ono columap, six month# T 00
One column.. tWelvs Mason MI 40 1sAIBE LODGB 9r. 14.
W-' One iac^ coustitutes a square. .. 1 AA--.
Ss, rl Meets at their Hall on the lat and
poti6slonal: d Wednesdays, at 71 o'oloo.
%V. C. i A AMN a OVo. D. WA'BB4N, W. M.
-G o. IXo .cua r See'y.
EGISTER BANKRUM ~IAM42-aPJatoJ LO -y' -i 'zs Dist.Fla.
So.*61-a -it l-Th~ea their Hall -n the ro
A', _ 3rd Tharadays, at 7i
&. CV. MALON?1* 4 B jypDB?, W. M,
4P*^..* .X-*B.W SL CBP. CBT, Sec'y.
"- ^AND Jan. 3.18, 0.
KEY T. 1i*.4. r.rt &A.B.
_.... .-.. -u 1 lifeets at their Lodge Room, Thoman
S I t:jE-M5 o. L4.w* 190 Street. o4 lot Mondays 'and Fridays.
^-"PWI 4%'t M oiMV and 3rd Mon lays and Pridaya in each
A"" n month
r All visitors in good standing are in-
it.i&,AtSattq Ao8 vit" t o attend. .
; L' Wip rai" l State nd JAS. A. ROBBssTa W. M.
CCunty Courts. SAML. T. EVANS, Secy
4 4" Jan. 3. 1880. "
" "" i* ,. W *J? rET H S _, .. - ......

fW Will practice in U. S. S
'And Count Courts. gi )
-~~ .4t
OWPi ;gR P.ATTERSON. Kiey est Ene-mpniept,Xo.
n1 dd attawm"
'~g 5. 'l4iB AfBB/"^ K%5 i \l
TV ill practice jp ,e U. &. an4 State a r s I P.x
urts Gzo. W. ALLP-N, Scribe
^ ,tt tt' .4 LUMM, v .o I~s eyilk ^
)Yi piactioe il Uiited States, Vw
A;14 Circuit Courts. a
K. 0. "vN KEY WEST. LODOE. No. 13.
E'.O. "i\NN T 1eets at Odd Fellows Hall eypp y
NOTARY PUBLIC. 11ondayat 8 p.m.
Corner of Front & Ann Str ts G. A. DEMERITT N. G.
F, W. IfoBERs, $eec
XtzY WK. FLA. / "W U'BBBT"*

3, 7. v. Va.? PLrUM B.1 ,
One door a&ovi, Vilmin UNITY IODGE,
B, < No. I 1. O. Cood TtpmpiPare.
&g'w-^-- nM, Organized Nov'r. l7th, '74.
SURG ON O E 0iT T. Meets every Saturday a PM,
K,- ar .EE "
PPIFTCK at the Masonic Hall. on Silpontons-t
Opposite RUJls8 Hour.'- Ww. B n. n^BY, W. t._
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XH It shal ke Un~awfa-for-any. .
person on boaet mad belonging to any
Z.OR ressel ordered to the Quarantibe Station
Jto leave each vessel: nor shall it i-
la wful foe aay person to -oon boad s..-,
THRE PORT OF KEY WEST. or approach eaer A.ham..ne hundred
S'- yarda, or hold a y oomm.unication what.
Sa T All ey ae a, tn the vi sit
Szc 1_ llv"T_ 'inrAtllt ,ki,,4i,. t ,jU ., .....u .. L' A...

L7W J j u b U kbwNesw
kerwsfilled with dark desipayl rt of Key WeekA baste 6Sign, ham SeR
'ftracedtke haunts he 0Yad th el F rat day at];T,eM.
S ,Indear tday.--4as,o briefO! timesiffrom a wret eease ofa xnm s a. bt, ofa
!They Most9Extensivte And nem'ry's breathing, once go sweet, contagious or infecous nature are re- vowpelat the quammaea* Mtt
CLc ........ .... i i12 But fanned the furnace of my grief;| iai.ing,or thathave,. or may av.e had be in a leaky edunditbln, when 4M p'p
"rC iflTIINS lSF IiE Bey b no-, e to m '- .eli. any pckness on eboardsmince leaving such interest require it. Pa7oo tti, w e
| ---I," HOUE T. he brought no tea to my re .lief port,) shall approach as near a practi- "ime be done bo aipap ._ a?
a in orid.* At early dawa I sought his grave, cable to the buoo with a yelow Flag f?^bjto"h sris= n ofr Por7&Phy-
thereon, stationedoft the Muue H". ian an, sd th or4 aUthe D Boarw d
S-Ki-- j Miquaint-carved stones, o'regrown "pital, set their enmintheainn.-h- e, TUmm : ,
S' f i1 .with moss, gingand them.. asr thbe visit and ..ormthye demand
and .. recopif o 114u aer 60 ownro
S|O And lo! upon the hallowed mound- section of the Port Physieau. and lie e bs& 1MI mhimerates.,Jol.
S CS"msirs ^& /I e 'ig" eaak Q R&In seeming embers of my lose-- subject. to examination by the Port I-ca- --- "
^ Phscin atid tott ~ at suchi~.^ n .oo. o 's Zbts%_..s.=*
There fell the shadow of a -ross. Su
And, kneeling there in tearless woe. until so visited it shall be unlawful r Steamers, sl, es, ,
Methought I heard t daring ay the master or commander, of suck wse- -lootenem-
.............................. t ,- ,,zKe~y .. . ,,.. .sel, or any R rson theren to, hold stay ..., ........ 0
Has Opened in Oh love!thy grief ashadowis, eommnine Fo venmary visit ^ .
BEST Rr ... co ,ELIABLE Whieb, asadreamshallpasaw-y, or IslandfoKey West, orwithamy SboatI
Sre, .... Wsre sbadowamelt minelndless day!" or vessel in the harbor. edi qarantia y or of
,-,_.... of F'ront &Ftz- .1-- a yn foud mlhaien Ih ent inTasra ,- ,he President of the Boad,. of For ary .trah/l ..... '...e-
ol Fitz -hen found my aipffiish #ent in tears Health, by and with the content th And for etery vit frd.*
.a^ -patricl Streets, Strange tears of heavr'n-born peace Board, shaU be empowered at all -timea, rise, doublee. amount of T h ,
~" ; " Of : " that shed when it shall be satisfactorily brought each class 6o as a bo'.MA ld.
--:"':-'.': '.... -- f w to ., -Around my soul a holy calm to the knowledge of said of XV. Fora- isWand every/violatnt-.

nt I Ob the rert Phyic--an and the Board of darty or parties so oendin -
S: PRING AND0 S11nnn R- -w : .. ..e graveohad.fled.,
u e graveha_ tqd.mie, at any p.ort rplace.,.by proclsma, u. oe~dm 1 ms

..........C................... ............................. Health of the said City of Key West. Approved :
S|III Any vesseB &rivig Tin this Por
: 'l"tS; i mSS -- -- ---- from an infected Port, with raenT. The Wew ZArilt 1 etle .
S SUPERIOR ." ONB FIXED shall be quarantined for six aye, rom If it costs a colored f 'yy t"
SP*. O ONEtr-, --.the time of arrival, at he end oft which cents per week to. keep fqir gantj :
-:: m.-.w :'Arkansas and Norb Carolina time, if deemednecessy btheBeas.lo a goat,lhowbmau letsm w' i--k1emt i
1 T : s ,,, .P Te aroarwd gathered together on evertshallnD4heconstrued taI ltowt wo ..... brte :gdongk
o zn ugs etInII be
:ll dayn_ at San Gabriel, Tex. were through passengers, but any weael Tin .t..te is bw.Vay
in thr.gt passengers .all remain street .
C' ,PS, a loaires of wy diferent States, :ad anchored at the nar a S tme seven girls are beowll v.
S........ ............... .............. told jokes" the expense of Arkansas, no communication allowed with other girls and what o earth at* &hob oy B
i yJ iph lie offers to hisfriends-a aomers at A "6tar heel and others. vessels or the shore, exeet through the for?
}.1g #: teoffr ohsfin~~~trs',t AN LOY RATES ofirs_ o ... .... Aladyboht"i"h.
] n n n T ^ A ".. .. y:.. .,. u l2 Si. .. One'North Carolina got st ar alf omfer"of T A lady bogt t h&t for &$ 2, a0
BOOT) 1! k -do... a_,._of. IV. It likes e bethe- at he offrizresfbr$4, a pair of soes f96J
S" a dozen Arkansas hot and heavy, Health ofler. without nearde-. and a comb for $3. Hw 1 .iGA Y
,nd .-a- wth other yarns he told the follow. lay, to visit all vessels liable to .ws ta- would all have tist herv if the -oan
-T s P ing: tion under section one (1) of these rule, hadn't told her that he had qui.the
me C -i ;i- U i Uh. and to require from the CuommBadr ft r..-m "t'
for Me.Yo so "dre.a 0tA"-e," f t crew and ,ameo ""* ".'
.. -- ., ,. oura re;- i- wifh ereenametof iA wo ,,nyloW,'''". .
ft. darety of. ting tour. -o-mmg to a four.acre corn .. .- 'at* '4fOr aQ ,1used -t
-"atb he fugtt w wayf ey pt] s throgh stdozdrig evage, andt note the sam W, as taIh... .
.-q T4VR 8 a $ f AtLx, E 0o" every apseriptign*. ... '_ -". tary condition of alt u ,_ W hi't was the-0.. bt J ,im ,. .
T -" --..-.1 --,--,. J-,,. dowleuscar nj e bu *.entrtand entwr- n .V. All vessels, (belon-nn -o .tais A man gav_. | l.o a ..ix_ vU.
RJ ew el-ry, &o". ing he comm nened a conversationr A) np.' o nts ret Rung r om onry Juud aa. chipped. *ikle
Switch the lady of the house by inquir- ufro thra erurmg grounds, erand h e buo t' bo-Mlling testcedt dar
.. .. .... miimi r their fishing banks, sponre and home murderr TToW .-ueh d~if h
," % rJ1 1X4- ." 1-- 1 ng i the state of soeety.thereabout, wood boats, and vessels emhlr. i e ...........
0 ,^,v.,~e-wreckig, are exempted ra from res'e, i n S-. .
sThwoand edid nt semtoundebr r in m t. orieheathern is worth fifty time**the gold
... .. ... .stand his general inquires, and so he tions contained in tha first section of );"_"-_ "wo.-V nf." ,M
began to particularise : these rules ; Proied, they have con.- of an in .gent Whie ma-,how much
"What religion is most common municated with no vessel subject to visi- more valuable s the souqt i an Lndan
;- 1 1 E 'about here ?" station by the Port Physician, and have than a Congressmanm i ,
SStill she did not seem to ser. bad no sickness on board during the A man who desires to move a cook
k J~stand. ............ --voyage, or have anmy at the time of arrir- stove weighing 200 pounds call in a
... -"Are there an Presbterians abou ing at the port of ey West. neighbor to lift 18 ponas of the
"rt..ayPebie ,ia here he a dt VI. It shall be the duty of the mas- infernal old thimg, while be gets ay "
h dere ? "e aske.,ter or commander of ever vessel arriv- with the armaiuler. Wiktis theIV
tnow," she sid. "MYMa ing in the port of Key West. from a 0naiuder ?,
S"-John has bunted around here right wreaked or strandedwvossel on tVeFlorida Atr."'^ -
,smart for nigh onto n i oft-e a$ dp ast, or elsewhere, to come to anchor A,.,tramp --200-e..v. go to'_* .
""-L ~ "don't r'tckn boe'l ls I he." she place designated in -ction I. and a P.t.. wnllte tfe fater dut 8 W
"A- -- 1 "Ah .iadssm !" a. ttA goo ma to cause tbs ensign of such vessel to be feet to go to bit the trauTp.The tramp
Sl Al *RWm~l~s ........ !-_- TS "I aft idthat you live Hivdiwknes placedi i theman-rigging #I a signal to travels at the rate of twelve i an
L.J--r l_.1 l[J I" i _n J L J a -. here.-T -" ......... *" '""* ,c-iP.,n.* who shall ltrd sPuch hour, and the dog at the rate o f twe-
lr. W l~nW lnu m v v M | 7"yes. reDlied she, glancing, attie ^vesse, Ject her.to such regular. ty. How near the gate will tbexl "-
1 / unbroken walls, "yes, but my John e ta with eaysupescr ,ov t "ost. diheoragesuorer be when the C-Bam
Tllow to cut out "i enter nut week," the visitation of the first vess .if he i ""es af
IThis was re.ei'tl-T I/V A+ riewl with aqpau, -Sal1 _permit her to p.no. .ves A man who gulpsdown a 11*0eat
D u'.val St., K ey gl., ,*u:*"s: ? m a -" a .assmo ber a1 1ell' he 841016
9-^ IA CA .[113 u.^X^V *V ^OV and a tnue blue Arkansas had the from CTetn -.ek~d or strandedv-- gl" of be ud tells the aloOO-
g oor for reply. $el shall be required to anchor am t. keeper to charge it is.obliged to pay a
**1 ,was traveling once in the old .sd, less at the time of her arrival doctor 4.6 ta.emptig a eraek in .,
..-. NorthS tate," '%e began, "and as I there should bo sickness on board. bhis skull, while the saloonist il eae
... .was riding across an opening like I V1II The Port Physiciaa is here $8 for doing suqh a crack goo
r1HI. HOUSE is now reopened to the Traveling Publia, ad ,dent saw man, some little distance ahead q. to keep a record of all vessels business. How much moaey w io.
] Boarders. Select aQuonDmodation with elegantly furnisal rooms of me, pointing I thought a long mstr o.uuh n"w, ..._ o -, ...toa, IB w ~gun al something up in a persimmon master of such vesael, whomere... ounRm, with would have been saved if the beat
finely ventilated, single or in suit, in one of the best streets in the, city. tree. reined- date. le gvi naho ;t had waited until a ndidate ease ..
-" .iv-. x rmueu nu inmy "1borse to wait for unitary condition of the _po--rt -- --- .--.
(pitleoenn and families, or transient boarders, canI be accomoolted. him to fire. After waiting some time visited; number of crew and passengers ,alo and asked him to tale some-
I, re 'd rig done, I noticed the man ahe o sickness during the voyag d wothigF
very reasonaf rates. ^ w *lnot Wein to be taking any sight nature Of t1e same; and be ball if de. A housewife sold a coat to a ped.
WT A. RTSSELL PROPRIE but appeared to be shifting bis place sired.report to each meeting of the dler for a vase worth "ine cents, a
W *M, rrom tioBe to time, so I brioed him Bo Health, and he ball be require. lair of boots for a cbina dog worth
mand tired what be soe up to. d d to keep a 100rd of all tabs received six events and-a vest 1r a (la91 bottle
O'- A E G R V -r .isingh pork for market," answer- thecon tiuane of a-t dun t .r .r t .
(Jii~~~~~lMb without tuxgig 0 B r "t me. reciv for a*~t0 ^ 1 oHI _h Z^ A Awr S
"I rode uls, and that tar-heel had quired to visit -d lasp" t *,r pro* W the $ .
-. a little shoat tied to a pole, holding it tween the hom o lsef s -dsa and onant, A r.l1r atw.t. .,
i QIII% I m' "l"1( 'o ei ito et psismmoons." lion the yA t in a o-to.b.4 in Pe
i1 I.sI IA! ni l ladle PoanA it. ,r
ENT- 17smalli glao so voessel shami lead in fo'r -poeid
Oftmerkisag this harbor without such peralk ag of "gUlt-sdge better," ,ast Is
I LI- 1 The Qarantiaeo Statone shal e the whole for ,fw"M fa
I lThebre is a youn ed itor wtnderng the buoy at the eahlime of ObmeM s pMn.l How M A ie 's "
......... ....... : ...... '"'l ""'"' l. "on the face of the earth who formerly channel,. fornied by a Uin* extendlai goi BW tWaLil 0 n tr iihsMt
'. published a paper at Storm Lake, vsKey to a point of bank to tie Two t...- _a e-.
-"- A M/- A % A .A'ow. He left there the day after the Aonward ofid Key a Ca&& b-a-k -- -s .- --t -.
-L -- -1--L-t- L- -1 -1---A .. issue df his last paper, and is supposed X. It shall be the dutyofthe a "l. 0 a r t . (.u ?Nb3e
^ __t t o b e i n t h e S t a t e o n f o o t t o g e t a w a y o" -- -- 7 n y .# -.t i h -)
---from an infur'ited tmale populace It to mo w..... s "k d-k-- -; *u--.
riHIS HOUSEis now reopened for the reception of Guests, emhr, ...... ,o r ... .. b the.Portan ys1 s, wiso a l [^ .h.e l (e "'bolf a' t e) is
I board with elegantly, furn..hed apartments, finelventil.tted., 's glee to ed to e forthwi th t b def"uh ee the perl.->^ee A3,..,,
,,i suts .1 sha t j mos deightu 11 t1o1 in'tow .. lI.nt y, unffedi~tor wr, te it up mnsp~lee: if hess. *.tisfied th.t..uc~h mckne-r of .... .ifc_
or ,n suit.. .n one of the most de:ghtful location. in town. dia sape. The a, ue day he had a contagious or infetious ?mS be. ltew fs niagJagik O ,r,
Gentlemen and families, or trans-ent boarder., can be ac-omma ed visited3 a herd of .bort hornn catle, sall order ench vessel to the Qualesa*u Jt-..l tr. i_e "--- *
st very reasonable prices. ,w .= by a farmer in the vicnity and t.as Station, s rtbj o snob rule as he girl asy. a ti^H .[
H. L. CRANE ..... he wrote up the seattle. The eross. ma$s boa. di, 46 ^the u amn wh ei*, w"
STnnapaa. Florida. NoT. 17tb 1R77 r eyleddforenanafth ee othngs Healhl> And it hall be th e ii at StA ^ & '
a ze a* follows' a *Tb- conoert the meeteru at very remd so orded. reB db qi)V. W. eso th< t lee
/111 vlnll/ll /l/nA 1 A l e lng b..ehteenofSorm topxeed wi|h bh|'sel.l"the-te, with. h*eg>kt, Ul*.- tigay.
T Ek Il TEDII nTATES 'M lflU -" .emo beautiful e,. ,oirprctt oa* 4~~~~~~~~~~~~ ^^ ^ ^ ***^*** i i- A* Th wo elegantly dHMed. P|JUe|M s b/ Quereathe ^ T l*Wip Tr>
^rifSAS"? SEED -T I -l-^^^eMi"* oiwjy i^i-o iC--- .3>^^
^^jL~~~~y~~~yM~~ta^ 9*- -- .,, *., ^^I, .."fcl .' ^ ... ca***1*****~fnra .>>** -**-rft ^~jdk *p agg-

^^^^% nidO uP ll t *V^f man'sg *1^^ ^ *rf ^^ 1 Framae thntea'cniini e
^'^^ ~l ^a^^^,^in~ifea'-
and Pno- AdeepsD. LANDWTN &** Phol^i, J >me to a rose gooA propety. | wibout~i. to!~!^ delay,-^ ^" **s

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;i: -y R ey v t.taCons 0iat7, No. 1.
E jMeet 2nd and 4th Thursday eyen-
.... igs, of every month, at the Good
,. lX -'Templar's Hall, Simenton-street, at
21 o'qlo ..:
-1 WATSON, Beeord -r.
r '--"0 ,WPH OTTO Mets at the Citv Hall the Ist of
j Dip. JOSErPH OTUT0 every month.
I DpP gist and Chemist. By order of apt. -iedwith,
---- R. WATSON,' Secrete..
Fa F Goy o0d,1Stationery, -
N eAles laaijaa forwtared to friends No. 1.
physi-a_ ft_ s.ri options accurately .===
prepared at l ',u.a the day or night |
tFcl W A^ 8TOAL 80CHT7
"O 8f $ofKey Wst, fla.
-" .... -1 a ^' Or --,' r :,.-.._*-^ a^-ma---,
_.._.....L /%The meetings of this Society .take
.....I "ilac4 on the-First and Third Alonday in
,:~" ." : iSeah month at 7.30 p.im. at their.Socitty
.. <- .......... "" a p o. ] em on Dnaval Street. .
The undersigned informs his frieuds A.H. LOWE. President,
and the public giierally that he i*, m-o JAB CORNISH. Seeer.
snow opi 4 w m.to aNafte" ar r me.
"elpAm& ass 1 epwi Wthesles
twe, wloA c. 2-D. W WtBOSWORTt,
'*'k ^^I^^,t J& --s, 4M--- v^^ .
at the prpZg Stor of Dr. t.'. John. :* '3a3 R 3 301 L,
,", '' AND "
.a n, Duvi ftreql D --.
,' 14.-u..o>l >.. M w;-,,j .n- FRONT W" 8T EET. l

0' UtI RE.' R i .AU,' d n La^o..
ORA. XIG; elftg pin"tM and
1UiJI osherwr-ie lnap ed ins
Soriier 6f MatNe"A vNloheets,
U -aOSTw a .'s a U ft is, .b ,.toshave t. @o. and
Pa1 Par- a- ... "-----6"_Ad fat.t l i* m the best id latesN .ashiun,
;" .. ... ., t^ or,--r, pwaiable timi, and -LA
.LAW4 4ajs t-s- and- ,04,o.li dera '.rates. .
W Whi, 9tuds ]Q mNore waiting an hour for or turn.
*- ".LVlitWAWA .Ae. L, -- teapet; s.Mpo:lgsu)ll
.3A~llwarrKki at T" few p'".^ -^w qiok ond-aisai
all. Io evtrythinx that I sell DyeiAg a &petcalty.
I1* |ii k, e to pu e 'JM band. Also avana egaes, Tot-c-o
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. 2 J I y h ^ n : B^ .. .... . = = J ^ :. -. y . r ,' ~ P =* .. .^S^3 "^
.^- ,"^*c ,it" S" <-** t \ "lA G O L., A rl--*i, .D T ', *.. i "wf finf ,o L," 111 ll S u ia ..n.L}, 1. i.I CV ^/FT .
"! l ^ S ^ ^--a ^ T S A ^l^ too lo nlg been w ith qult i p rese lt atiio n s i,. ,, u disco u rse th o n the JBTe '- r. : : n a c u n .. = : ? .^ ."n ....ti K .. .. .. .;,,, ^ n n n l n i. m u i *K W E S T,-- l* p ,K .R ^..

-- .,# flo alP}ermJriW ^ r'wo, ... b can _e^ .L"=- ,:- "_ "=.... -._ . Th A. -onW .' ".;.e'^ 0^ "^ a.. .l- .^ P. byjt f'| p^~ o !amq ^s.e ^p
.. :- ...... .fl,,ct crealit upon and facilitate the Qneof lbeallf-tini emocrat, a biauchps of learning. *Sum#.l ea? bhw iffore other roada now in ;he e.'ir.. Baker.' o C rtera rocnre,l-for,(eselsi.bld.to
aATCTUR>AY,. -APIL }, l.8";-'^ teial advanc.ement of Florida by "*"'mlterof le gospel,. g entleman of aite .,: ,.sigu-e in ilrfiir way, :but ndo'* o eonstructidn- can get them." Anad --_'Tuch.me fente, Fathiir =ig>., by nortin tttGaif sad \Vlat Indies.
.-h lnarrpcla~ -" h~is wlt acts and btimig, bu[ : :a mr lare o =?.,gUbdthnvu-S, '^ S ^ "e ^ie have st edSi o ted b. 4 EtOpe ?r da =ml^wr
"^ t nL "' .. .. r .. > ,- whose .pri nce iu C congress would in. 1,nown, rem arked in crl o .bea rio''*ng -" i, *r .o wle st ay t nom e anaue !an oe {e ^ sae o/oy ?^^r ^ ^wioie.they aay in- " ..... H im ,t t'h ' G -ifi'^ & . ,i-< ^ "f.
:mlHles .ef.-tte d.-t~anc completed-- ... ;*' n iC, coffe,- ,1 ours?,.' wth it= nyw~n says" The mann of scet(noe|him- ^av selected ,e la s rante ;t .s. -.tu ir rellOTv inulonM
...s 7 mle Qor t o bui. t o.i e t,, a'm.. .( 'e can simply say to Bro er MJe- nous ,rod Bn~o,fl ou's oflces, ;t is uot. eye well practiced in N nature a spilrt trange because it iml~li,s that the ,tal Pieces, adapted for Piano or Or, ^ _('Wyt .f^Tff V ^
*' ".. -' i l#plll that we mean every word we Oemnowtsrev ': s Itq.ln g t Hi, d pland iia tice hQuladed, a'na p'ol..i"') *' ew m~en,/ar~econ- ettern! "of railroad ?grd.nts m ade b.!.v gan. It seems to us that _Amuerican ^ 0 .. .
3r *,,lLpal Lm=..Li 1 ,.u ay_ When we remember, the fraudy- .'by J^Fe'rso,'M, adison, Nat MIacon tefitoltovwmd-e dnknown.'Talmage -1* 1".. dPndo t- e ~, ^ pum ublishers are determined to C0 aa 'BSaiT?'
L ,tiort!ll ,allo,nme^ <000 theo nl e e.!tale(d DV tle Bouroon. (ln^ Qer~ev |; .- -- ---.- other. B'at-num gets an elephant ...... a e! only ei~d .i littibub The clear, fUlrlgtnh this gryat cotntry wii O .... <^^ -^ _- _.^,m:,
naaf of'tbtSeiniu 1es In Florida,fo .- .. .. :en lce, .n lw d ^ B .. .. ..n .T.i-u, s'ef. ..P .~etsem t . =-e.j r ^^ ^ .i St.t .a ba isc lh ,?i'-r igt ... .. .... .
ed. .. ...d'im~ei~ "t to drw his pay from the peo le's ingof th latd .;.., ... ..1:r~el Bt. ,.oney, -l consider ,Flo.,da in thatt Connrv, sav .: But one indcrment. a" .... .-P -- ",mn ,e e ,P opn Y fl e it f.- .. ly 5 et ,,^ 2.5 pe v*r w xx. W HAT . =
,.IL.. i,7' ... .. 1-' -..' ---. .. g -.: 3i', .- . a ,-r It kdw It to be a_.jittOdl~tt1n. Bu t I a ukab Lruvii]e< II ec.nn'llb[i-s ItS J~tn* ... ,. 11i *' ..r ,v ,._' vv .JL~.-JUlOa.'.AjXli
,=a > A d~ a,.& h fro 'ol W i ,-toti ea e was without leg d. rores n ation was round by thae Grand Jury, which ; .. .. ,, % ;oetl.ian uS u .... ""b "li. ^ i ^~ i .. ch wi l fur"ish j -.^ rnn theO .yv fr m ft .|| ^ *H f t i 12 ,; t 1 -.
sro:-" ;M .;0" I poS ucer oi Port at Washington. Again we ain,, Mr. is considerable fallingo0^ afiecwpared ... .... a Bqae'-^Kl *a,.sad withoutt rerdl(tbt~dil~nc'eofd~i7.-~orlh oti-t-cla-<3 mufsicfor j2,Sff." || y" yI;. ] T l\ d
O', *Oa lRP.P i M^Jtai" Apo in,...ad S,, Fiiley givn the sat to which Mr. with the eomrta nnder the yp* -<,._ ^ ,llil,; UJIJ g l. &qall, my <^'',,.',p,. .. .. {* ., ^ ^ 11 ou reddt-r'-" o are ict( iaTheLie :.d; ,,fa cM 11,91,dfe fib 1,$30,0 4) e uu^ u io'lr for '

iaA , ." ..- s b frud ln si.lu o Mf~t ...... .pjirfit.e be al aaollhe ad-l IUwldg ttrflfes, .pece to a .. .... .nl-" :" ,^lrd .. ,fciL .ie^o F'V i tS j t.... -n> J ...e

te-,^-'.,lliBlnleh uf..Z -- "- ." *-"-- aiaiyta eeh~enc a tie (oiT .blemo ,rti gvT net" s tl .d to.i<8|a*yul thraed talhking *a"tj. lvnri',l.,. ,bi^ * reeatr" IH .... ... i V -.'.v ,S :^ ."' ='',_ :d- o
Then l Wh"-ioln and J a ddale 5 P "orrpe-n-,- ,,0 = o a hi. Dfoer otlme Endi.mtorf the 0are c oal .hipb ^efri f it nt or, Tan-a exhaf wh,,. e n .dvnc r and ha,- --r ^ ] M0 ..A G f;CO -, ^ f:'bl" :': O
-ue lals electoe on lt(]tnvi rin ,, seem ._, ,. "*. -, ,,?& Ei.hine-o ,abfs Qv', ieso neeirr qwlvdff fTT f-. Wechnr Ale a "'aSyy
indla 3nswebBo rbo wilte.houldmi< ls er fCnrs ugeM ge n ug ehlc,-^ ^ prS -EwrtS Tn oLire^ a llnd |hr murell~ andiu.< .<' d n*.in on "-ezr utlys a tdalocA bm troe -drawus otwyer -pth ^fbsDee reeme tL' 'r^ om ,i pr'n, an crn bT" of I r'*t l" be. In 8'^ f "2 S^ S l h l kab--.g UW
i town r} ei *ly in g "he 8 t he. onf in." ,.. .;:.cl .he a nt." ite. ^.. n M ondaaa ay dermocrat)t=b aad(.s bmnev % "" ette r fotinginlate'd. "9.-, co[nd th "etr .e u^. B. iy I *iL OUR ^ ^ at 5 r T B ^'''

.. ...fa "har "o :=-ml fa.. tep ote tarta t,, h es- .na Co, Poor car po[et. .bgrn wate, on.s e~a r "=-r r8 -Stawh wlwenrh Br* e tbe'rid preme i hn e ,auhhew 8o uiieainouily tareosiun porelenct3,p(. oplive been ab ibsh ite l actuer's chahn th y fr.tanot ,er ent.-Pn"t~a .,e- ,^: ^pr~oClncK, o^ s a t;r.tdfl' p. .;e r ^O^^'-~rt~y ^e~ ^"
V -" r I I.. e,P" -r

.^ ---"- N. ..w, wht.e u u remr n is l p eu atto'app 7pr -l fu r W y^ BP^er^..^raAtr a le.peecsaa-^n ^y S 1 ^ ^ SS ~~ta
^ gr Tnou t d e-Fo tB ther,, w ho m a~r- an thm e win t u p ho us h e i and ..t. e q .io k. .,,,iF we.y r : ___ rvflt. t,.5h11the.lst ha beene justl u ciat a "
Aq^Ue "qtoric t-IN^-"w" [to I1111 lT It: b.1.1clit I., ,usa^ ^

.., .:'-.- .mife .. th gn : eon iu .hus t a' j n,' ee tatng the nervaa luu ;thetwenen te ^ ..ee aB Q e aNhtione th.- 'pra .t ^~I +has-i.. il "sm '3 .^ il-" *' .... _J 1L1 _j ,,
tna~ele, rialsMit ool, dting aeher 1omFlou ma aridaa .;y-ng i ,a. ,Z ; -W., .as t .. ... h o o It G u f L A G E R ^vUI^ ^ TOBACCO

: .. -. , ... c.nthituaionax.-n !;a as -- a cep ~f' ,, pee. .^ tnoo ,,-t .i .,u, the Nntel kd^ "n C -IIC 1
deas, tgiVeb o a unondit or -na s toann er. or.ip te 0o rlined oft ,s .: ,- ^ *. -- ^- ."; .,- ftS': f S i... f "'f.].m ,, lu !l.' e )eencae li,!onurgd, bt i, EAlina ,En,,= ^ ,' -e perlr,-o-oplbeen wiqllthe J3 n Mlv ec ^ ^cna n. s ^okoi l^ w l S ^ ; : 0, ^ U4 l 1 P L "

-.... _n ,..e.,o ...UtB to. .e c ~ .e .. e b. ...esd_:. hsis.y.r o~ og r ~ u^ a he; ^rfUso aam o ,',o.,. h l- -, iu^.^t.'%A ^.--;- Xo .-i."-, tAShc fIotI1L- "; Si iAft?7/^
<.. Aed:.16. ... wi ll ons a ve I:iIttnother opo rtn i-.'* t, tbe ed. ctio o h mass nri fr. tA >r'.-,i t^ nid IqS-~' t "kriii>^ 2. (.el'hi..-_ hc *elie8 ^f ^ au n.... 'K~ i _^ "H *, .. .". .. ...
Co, ,eae- -latj 'w>-r he .... -,n and whih Ay w otelete lru.lei@81. wa th wefirstt~ste of the a-! ern crtni^ 3g -e ^ *r,.dqui,>t.o.nsd..c ar tarS^S ^1 Ceeey o b'^ g !MN ,S^^T hk'1^ t'.
::~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~gu menit- h .._hnisuaanayhn xb^ ..'. -.- *" b[lelatn a mi anual sisgshJ, isthe. ly rlitdslherolsomt........., a
offidia ftoer ilf *0e o wkinz Jaw W ickran P tofad the Puld scol ol..$t^t ^ rJt'^ ^ ^r'oi.t^ na ntr lie 's Pi a by< 'a. .1%'iin. .a L .mr^ ^^~~. ^

ff' "* --- 't~^ ti. r i- *i 'e i. i we" ke~pt- UP1 io the[ tul 'c u w i j 1 i *If**il f i;xi 4 i k ns.'-'" "*~n oi r'.1r~ni,,~n kc :et ,DD t'. <
'l'ilb X rTi P laelem b tt red't maktese:~ the Jac rtson ,l-e instigatl~ing uc ,,"' *r"1" "i. "" last/. of th Ir, ^uJ tUV ffe t~ln iln g TIn Ih e ,r "ie, ns;, f a ,^ ,,; ,.,*~'iinct ii4-lri. .... vi .* *r -- _-.-_ --. -
T6 .2ft,^ 011 00ins ieb^ weT^ ^^ ar-;on now,^ we ilHusV

F 6-oe euut, pre,, tl w etthew ao yrbnas een dU lIi n nPbay a1 te 'd ./". B|i '^'i- -ca"beGE.ftI
^ -tl-~^.Bw~~~~~~h~oasLJ~~~r- Qn ofn-,f tre~okdnt* a4-64^ Qo.I>I&,th it wa:s n a-deto j is ,ia ty bi cJt bo -Suihew .14ore:6the. roads now'. in. the- .^ ^ C ~-. *^ 'nf

t, af,._.EF __'..n.oi ,,,nd ,, .-' >, .: ..... ,: :., < n "eaf _r four m he~o ..tiand itbi tte r e nt s p efiror. Te 1 d g it nt ry whSe wa f ic,,it SA U D Y AP I 80teo ~ uu=o,,.=y.L, -- etujin zms vu m imteeofrtof" thai' usielagnteu m'an'thf v -F n,[i o I ra4 hy, b.tn 4 of th e onricti r lbiri'gcan $e t them.P" I, A"ndH 1 U. gd1

tina* s c riue hw pto byauho rn.8. .t '^ d c o f Flo w h been re rida. "ly a'"t .i t '-".' t 5 IAe so I f _R--

J... T 0heFlrdTrp.l i gre at ma -of R'-utcdSuawhb Land O tG tr-.

jti Pt ie o e. .y, ,'mite .lnd ..... one i: .IB U^ay. of, R.7'r. !! T^'1'ln'.e ab t 75rA .-'t, $1fi p.rW~ 4n, r te. D,;,iv A > m
.bou havrim.Qm l&rto Tupe h as3e't t erm s e us.ted to a wh tewas th," eie 8no ,rA. .I br-. ry i a t I o. ito m;iu t a" e l t. $1' e r P tat-e, < G, )"
e .r s pia mnrem otihne a brad ne t nc u e rr Marh^ ]6 8 d ere d at M. Currier.
,R.ies Al W,ei. a1c e completed-on.sa ys: 'The aaf r hi'd Aav -t, fl U La io s'4.s iO'e. Th

oi n..,a~sel/d_'_. tr-ials' loel .fro.m.'., .b sldeou louend hmelf anhdebasi O sol for $3003.2., ir.n^ '~ T' lt$ t1-ou101e^ ,mde u'..J l*~ J' ,'&; J; Hvl 0f AeJbll L, l Ah Southt FHI.O AC O
,',t;w, ...'/'.i. ; ,, ..*.,, < bisown reatness Th^t tthera] . oth profwa riv ler Han 7ve L n thePr-^lan hac onfied:ha en.er gyvlI to- CI lve imulV f tklL8 uXei i-Mu x v^4ttbx e,,.a,, therei/Ms
w' 4 e 0'6r .^ 0' '^ t 70mle orp ih aes, utqrtiii~lvs red' tnuattu my,- efi fonderc tofgry anKm^gri ,,, Geea1MLU u 'Goer Mraet puN~iy WW que Aiij~tman i l hatlawwihi e fh nssc rs a nou s *q -^.an lou, Tsnp -ofies it is,000, teayte wellpra 4tu.in Nature, ( a sirt n madnew bv Hga.It i sems 4l'Jto c.ius t atar Ami1
*^ e ew^Mteae f-an our i pinu th at we mearne reasury W^paWd awe el.04eey Lin tlgh5C 000-R W thioched frouac atku tri. Few io(~ arcn exf^tent -f rai beflroadj fri an j raiiM LE n r ^TukaJ^ rl-~,<

-- -- --..... "i 1 ..1 .e d"il tb ,1i'
hial^ .I Terto etoWhefd nly we retmaeme t he frau4 l :by 1 ^ .e J6i OJ ./ -'a Mao *- en111tl*f 8ni Mui pbisesar et

-- '*^:li .^-l :*lm > nu'ow~ n ..i a-. --.. ^ .*:- .'- 'orarOS omsa ,emrJ,ft"--Nn~bnrES!u CihMlI~,rg-d--'lnn -- $o.-
g K.. - -,.~qp e~ ; .nt l D ng o 18 *'itg~ u lp 0 0 hom'd Se aj a m brs e in "400 0 -fo p .i' u "e ri ;lhii .rnIlpudt l e 41G --. -,rke -f..r..;o" [R~ 4 .Ib ~ r Ib-nst is dull nat $7 to W.v_ u--,'--, ---. a^ !. qm Cla
dc boiaylh'e~t 'w i ^ you, belt Bnfo....uot fj es^ v, ; ,,"; gdr a,!d, laforn~.Itlelt tle fuon 8?, y orq bty.l. F d',.' and lg eo,S6 .~a .....^^ & ^ L et-i
,a edenft lo t Indinou A*.t o au se len ^ b oWan er n t Lh aeb e ^ o e ttL n fi e tG i ^ naotualla sec ion of erd It b re. Usmer cre 4l i ?? rL 2-V H fo / w! r

.. >, aortyof;th pqpeota d sea te~ ad scruthe y by an jl mpaortial olfrwi tegvr m ot her._ TBaa vrnu m g ts neeh an Jakonilbrin a funshn thi Sqr.-sba. countryUHl1' ^ M ^ lJ WN A W LL G~
-b~hafdft^ .^. **heu bsmsae ing elete, esiaten(] th1ey~d j e, l and'y11 h1*e~v~ wr*.p^ &de^.l seme tha 4a`'h State 'has- mchly ml touse ST pePbrl,^^ r~ ^ ^ ^ ^ 1-< -^ .
*":tB- ^ ^ te"* rf I\' t dra ,, his pay1 frin'el wt. ~ a ofgl o 3,3...d fe~nl^nd 'rwr.n.x .ive mof thgan it find Ib;frSouth-io, w i'f Heim k' muglora l ^^
"*^^"S~~di^'W, ^ ^*ya, .t disapproving11 qilvertis-inws eahompanygmwift!geit dfmu-lf~eolK ^ ,,^ B II U
^monvvi fvTq csider o ywiass i n that^^^ |olav sas- --'But on |irpn.''* 'li 5'e^t fU 0pt
al Jilk~~il,.2eo~te2rd. na .are t'rea!' t a8Mt lc- ig ,23.84acei;* or arc, n it to be ar b 0 b.HrnolOai. ujou.;inLaslqy>,its T ^ B H gjei"
*l ^ & bi:'W e *wi~ w~d ~tto h;"t""' ^ "geou. >lae fo^ 4 h mert ad. n~raing ,014f-O ;^t~ ^ 1., t~etrtnle~lR u~oriid or ailiy, & d i "Iv ll oir,. | p1r---CdC d it

; ... "," "P, "a .,' aelf-eoncej t %I ersonl or sm-,lH men- acre m. ." t '"" ".lt
'Kuiwt009ueralf's, oIU4QaiB. maaw v 64e It a, trau^ re^tilitte ".V wansli U012ctwI-Inebtii qro' callplinbig,, ofi. T--l,|| H -- ft -flB
7ta^ llbre We'Te bad one Collector During the month of Jnay 1 [ the sal], drought in U4?
... ."j "'. _a_.- h 'ard __ ,tio"I~id O,, an4, ,d that taa e r u h ,, F oiIL no
WNahiito ." r u u'snjd h asis &,va', Tgar. d be got ,. : 4, %.. 24,250.72acres for F.Flbrnalry--i ,. T:. t:,tioio lcf those who 6f The Weekly Coistilution sas r|
J' l m r abo up well .e t'" & e : home'eadat embracing 1,71 *, e, lrd fr4 the Colin- ha Diton's "l,,d float7i" have |
fora nil tha$ started out wih -"6w! Thisone had -,better go home to ares; for March 190 bom..t10, tit.les .. d . of l. 7I
"v--',.: %.., fi. a O. PckDOkr before i tistoo late. But. l emuraciurg 244 60 --2.1 w n f, ;l -e has afaud to ; | l
^ '.- *,r. f '; ,.hI- IPn't there be,& OWlln among-bia ---- r .. rn p fur tbf quitting of these t Tllh> .. -
pnd-11.Ain .f .t. ,^i ts Cle.ditors he-re tot-a u ; those who OW Rev..Father Kieleyof Stougl.;.- ; 1tve reli.f, qf0 chas--r. it i, all the float lantis are reserved., anil .... NL
I^l ll H B ^'ir ^^T ^ I gb m "' l ,'.' .io. t. o Ba,- t-eir m n ton, M asa hae ,reat rd co .siderat hL, p ro ttb h that th e sbo ve la nds are in I( a "the O keechobee L an d Oo pt' ,W
i '" i agned, his petitilona tO save their 11- e .... :. )
-1 i .. n ".d'."t s ,o save t"*ir "- x temenxd i B, intUhat 1le '4' e^ tlin.' ocled in the )te ,i ll pur,bhasa and it bsaiase fr d, d" but that ba Di stt :on
.j|^^^ T twftlwit.. e~ttbf olIOW. ...... allow theL dy.of Jhtl ) Galvirn to w )t ZR w i, for the lpur.hasers to a di i in,; .. r= N. no,1 .. 1 I nY BI-

Ono b e b uried by the side of bi s w it n .. money to o t ev tr the gold wa t ,hes V t Q
-pl lfi -?f tod~ ateli. gays: W W hrite, tre S..vinr of ,,,,'d-^ ai re.-e'r-. ad t. .L,,,,,:A l--11.t, 0 ijf:, ^ ^.d hinn, P*., l -.t B -..
- i. ,'iS '.tl,-' m... ar ., .Ltoo ...w Neo-beny county, bas abiconded and ... '-. ."t~ wo t^ leo .-_ I,,-'w, L] j i~d_,hL~l ,. ,lafinst I '" a istidl~ ai eA/hC aB "" "* 1"'* 1

A ^^L.^ii-fcf nL>i' @" wio inted Uv GoT. Hatmttoa to b alling powterof digeatl~fl, as.. i,4j,, oi a ceibaa taf hyeetu v^1* l"^ WlYT"t-_ |f,^ *iV blher Fitls -<" ORANdGE MABBi. y e ,-* ' ^S;T'WEW^ 1'' Adan Wbflw ird of Bourbo ~ng strene gth; and" aoify; be b" *rie byih A p ,, irde '' .u of."' d 1 I.RISHiR.GV-P A.. AiAi, Brf t
.X .t , SL... Cu,.....,l-ha M atdorairoia of' ex0p ', for Blroiwn'g Kon-1it~ler^-a tfu toirtH- ,,,t;;<;r e Hri wj *^.. fcdl~ -iLlUvi arttllh ^^ tyr l H*t =*riD '' ptwliot ta w ft *u re yvlvvr 1 oyd io 13town's Iron ^ lri I *1' [Cco mm .$, o. ?,i1. ., '-, ,.,. ,, to-.. | ,t^ . ,-.M -- -uj iW,
,r^ it c1 16, IL a ...... \-t 1 h l #. .!' ,. I W ,l" f
~~~ ~ ~ ~ ~ i ,o her .. " wh oee'the ot, e-- '"'""
the is in dtfaX $85 He is.sad, to.win i 1.i nt1Fl,.-n)

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M- ': r0 .orner rot and AR .nn;frts, .*
V T riE -w ESxt._. .
1Vholesale and Ri(_t
.A L U'I,i% .00"tl ''
Pitcher's Building I)UVAL STREET. o N D ;
^ f i ;< : V~lkeeip-ostantl yon hand a choice quality;-of \Pi1TQFN Mr~fN
Hardware, Tntware+ rocif0 r W~ofag c. c. Wq tr
-Cantned Goods, Grain., -, ......... .. ..
tt X..OCTVVVst 37r10es-.
el-2 as.. .i~i F~ ^ J.B. P. IASKIN

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ofWhlesal4 tcd epeta rale 1-

of choicem ted.& C.siltce from. tee"
~ of c~hoicee,:l',,,li'y ecge :-I com'pl"tedo# my arragementsfar importingC tie'-from to
SMainland, I am prepared to furtisiah l11retail dealers w
: DHARDWARE, TINWAEB,0 ] Ma. p t retail /
'%7 V- iaera.Tvc, s s4 r 4e tai jo.f

oftit NtIT U R E 4,. .910 .---
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:"--**., a. ia,"P.r bi^e, ... J :^ ^
-*-':-' PSERARIS,. -'. i FRONT STREET, !p
. -. blealeAna et2a0l- D M
... ... ..... ...... .. ........... ...... ..... (n
.,,Ol..N..... OA 8 ............... CO .F ....: .... j. L;.. -:. :^ ^ / ^ |P.. IT f9 ]6
S...Th. .-- 1of every varietyad and e I.
is extensive, aend-."' ai,,nost eve l .. -' .il, : ri j rece ed fro. New.Yor the ls
I pirc e f<,r".A.. euee .1 can sell at living figures. ,n-,np.R e:Vt" |t
A-, ji: X" O dI. 1'tZ d, J|! tTS. StIRTS, UNEN COLULR ;, MHMS i .
Off!1 T B STIE.e T* Being a practical workman. I aive seeded ... W abk with a view to sily-
Key Wst. Oct.L i ,ing the entire tl ,m this alty. .
: It: E gl t ,-: sr ,
S-. .--.. hoes for the "adies Shoes tor tlemrnes
hoes for.the Misses .* 8 0.a aeohanio ,
1 _____ m- ^'m Sheestpr.the Children 1itae for .afboret
. es M qL 'f" /T s TO ^ 0 .FOR BALE CHEAPI '

l Who.11< Ite,uU Dealer in

-RA s FEED, If AL, .r-A

At WAILL V**'" OdSSo04
tA I tantlyrehisto okby ey ival .embracing NIS OOD&,
Go, F s forr,-.31u!Ln r, which wild al t .. O
Re invt,_ acoti*i%0"1 Patronage and will gu*arantpe bp fallost Cocf g, lass- Ware,. Wo 6o W
satisfaction. Hardware, Cutlery, lin ,
A gfut lol thertoHUE UNS
.. .......... .... ............................ .*,* ** :.;7 .......... t i g ^ ^ ia a e
............ .. ....................... .': ." "........ ............ *.-
Will be fully preplr-d in season tq rLceve f c in the grower all ki of .
Veotables and Fit in h,4,hat are adapted for shippmg, ar ill ether-
"" 0u It ,c r a f a and ship on ow ner'. a otbat lea M St k i s w eu re ple ni hed, theN re 7 r -
fee buyy ^^- -i ake
te e wnr.,.-. Ca. MA thner wk hmgein cusdtablec rea S Aand at the N eaxt cpst e buToQ o# isbscrt e -
t e ,>-.,rr,8 t, from chose who :>t the North or Wet may. want cash from first hands, thereby enabling me to S ecuretto ,.
..-, our I. Li Winter Vegtetabhl,: an.its-. .. ..... -- *, d aU .^,"(*P and eXtra charg .ualely ptt- .^
S. -*gener-al etockt ad sell at the lowest possible prices. Parties wuin to
Key West, 16th, Sep>,). 1881. "purchase to sell again, eA-\ always find some specialties at very low,*
'I would specially ca-l attentou my stoe k of choice samfly G OCJJBS
W ; .- n i .1-comprsng many articles not found elsewhere. t f
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E j--tt^^ -f1T 1Ai-'^ v.- .aeuAii,.x.,n- ,SHIPPING 4NTELLISEl.eL,
^ : ii,- Iv *A6 'liw e r ".o
S^abl~ir isbenamen' (i ate 1 April. ARRIVED. #
.pal.r" ,,tr, Cha,'ie B',.-. %%h,, 21 4ch Alice Vane, DavieseMobile,1um-
"l-bi; -. itten so~ e'oIuf thc uis r lP, llar .*ber, to John Lowe Jr.
gs in America. The words are -- E" ,o ra: ,i a eI'Burrow s, .ulveston,
SATURDAY. APRIL .21, Lanta ind 41sic easy, so that every 22g A..ds, tq.cKay.. ew Me ... la .
K .wiil be .le'to pay it. '- "ia FLa Port" Jatte flb 4^J.0Pbin
-- Therinomeelr "" .r'f se. b i.la. ot. i
..-'7 -_2- t.all din for. mother. ,zi In,, lero...e
Ti .le ister' B dar.Keys, w:ls tlj Wu. Curry.
iRB MS BER TO-NIGHT ~e Frrns. or ,word i.1 a k'ger poen, .sh. Equa to J. P.Na lis N i. ds
o tEafle oC.^ Ciuaon 01a Street. heS ^, ewh u .ei hg 6 S i Henderson, Jackson, re-
to bring Hall on h Street smeeib r m0er, cheek dar Keys, mails, to Win. Curry.
.....1 e- out smo leall oter, dot s. s. Alabama, McKay, Pnuta Rassa
Ra wa._~t1d. Chorus. cattle to J,J. Philbrick.
_- Hea.h 4celten*.- : Always keep a mile for mother, < -s.s. Gu adal pe,NiL k...rs,.,n, New York,
b,, 1 c o l li ,htul S-h is all th.,world to you, gen mds to A F. Tift
-Xer cool an- d,-,-. ,t'h cn never be another 28 s. s. Chase, Peterson, New Orleans
t --ropieti tryita tin hbtudance. H .ea t s.m loing ad g.o .th ue. rvia Cedar Keys gen mds, to Wm,
-T schnar. Matchless is Pric 35 cents per copy. Wl e Cu yntless, Diaz, Havana, mds.
.ereun s *seqpe repairs. sent aoann c, in te drceT and pads, to J. Borrofo,
,* **' -" T ... 3 S'ltates, tupo n e e pt ot ma k e r c pc A
--1Mr. B.-Iejvlehiuied .toewW adresainmle publisher, F. Asi. Guda- SAILED."-
-ork .16,009 pipe apples, this week. Helgick;136 West 4thSt., Camn.n Lti-, 21 br-scLb e ioshe r, -BoBerta Nassa ,
N e grqpght iau snonsly in- U For sale by all music dealers" ls. A".
jured the vegetable nr eo,,. ao. r sch Sallie M. Evans, New York
'utn w r/ra "for hurrahl a ',,4 "f an I .. .... nq
Just received aAice invoice of Silks, so Gran d Lodge of Florida_ e.'. Tvig Leo, -----, Pascgaul i
ana Satins. 1" c I.- Hat-cl i which recentsv conened u Jtick- bal. by A. F. Tift.
-- C I'askis our birte has sonville passd a resqutios by a 22 sch Wallace J. Boyd,Lake, Cana, L.:'.
ceie qm 40 head of beef cttle sing vote uanimusly endoi'sig hal tA. FnJu.rro, ewYork,
.1v1f~m r. i Lv hiead ,fbe tq'0 .. ...40 thep~.1ibo p .. W',.. Apil- S.RoGAILD urwNwog

from Pu tap assa, this week -- te 2o1A -C ensc-- i -l .-, s-. A o e a s, sau,
-- T& Ischr. Palma,. Cait 0 p fp.. "5 sal b -" a.llors.. s. a..rs. and pa. by Colan ar-.s 449

to r 5S car Gedatul.Ledge meIrb '.l:e.t, dar K. yg, ui.e. hy WW 4. Curry.
platnig.. There are no\\ '"o Lodge. ,id 11 2& s. s. AMl'i ., McKav Punt. Baasa,
,- Choice P Ha_u_ ,_ Bond."s, J,,'e,,ile Temple. n the jurisdic- "bal.by J. J.'Philbrmk. -i : '
on B n%' sch a ahl H lLe .e, vanae Yok
a lalrgeassortmentofiCanned Geoo and Temples. The session was a most b. M a Wood, Cedar Key
Groceries, just reei 'bS." SRIO larhniokus and miterestiug one aond gen b al. by W1 m Car]ry y
.was brought to a close after fivef Fldays n go Lie b .sonJakson Ce-. .
an- d yiglM "nd largest cabbages with aa exCtl rstoie to Green coye dar Keys, mails, by Wm. CUrry.
C.arpt la8soiu,de txtee raisel at L.k- jorin ass amd a grand ba'guet. 27 s. s. Guadalupe, Nickerson Galveston
W ,rsh,- anid. oldv.s-0oead ,o & b t.tf Thl e foris gnt g is the list of officers n mds, by A F-, Tift.
.V u m ., A tu ^ Bt~ t a : % < e 1 "0 t h e t: u i n g y e a r "-; / : s^ ; A la )a o ma .': 0K a y H a n a .4 9 6
'' . -t ,.' \w -i i*i Tr'a head of <-artle, by lPhilbri.ck.
An orom .Pt ag savs, R. a t. G. W. ,. Tlevy. Jpsf. E, Lee, i- s. Ri GaEldridge, Bocke r, Havana
histo a' f' th-at _Anan i eS., p.- Jacksonville. cattle by J. J. Philbrick.
haiAt we-re puihtelit.tr a less ii, G--. W. C. Geo.Sadler of Jackaon- -- sch-Paa, Tholampson. -uaty, 44al
'than is vrekly coimmitledD.b "G tU7," villa. by Cha;. Hendry.
of the so-called Gimoenrl .. r. c. J. r.T. T.nura Dorsey of 28 s s. Chaie, Petersoner a
.. .. J acksonvflle.' a ..u.^.y by WW-. Curry.!
-e A fine assor-tmentof GlAsswAiS, just v T. M. rs Oinarlotte Edden T Arrive h Col. .-W. ha c'
received, whichTher o elw prica f e i iondin, e o K S f Philydel:hia. Iron Whmri 1
ChoIicepr G,: W.S Wm. Artrell of" Key 0 U. S. Navy.

s1P88 ,A"rty .ip.,a Au G. vW. T. Cesar Bennett of Jck- . Ji. J.,it r.iMbrt.
io eers the Nor. i, Ifh aoville. o U-. : & 3 nar -
"a O l argehssr,.n G. CV. ChapoIo a: R. TB. AookinT SoUTesRN DisTRIcT Ob FLA.
t* y Feranadinu aN A" 2DMIRALTY. W
A: G -/- ". 3..1 J If 8 ( .. o, cty L, Magnussen ) :---
-- The .Minnie Watl1pe (>u>bit:i- G. A. ,. .p. E. Chestnut of Games- ( "
SK1 L fro,

tion left here on Wedn esdabb glt wi.,r ,an., ,to ,r| Brig "Alice.l ) W .
Pnsacola. Thein otuae l tof a .. D. M. G, A. Lewis of Madison, P,,. s. ut-. G .. a .o et o ,i
'prctht ,:lig i.*ipddfi t l:cy .,*, *.'v-.r G. -. 'I.*. A'. Forrester of Mag- cause l will aell at :tbli. ahcti n to h
;o aeconnecte l F eat tbrrlt. S a 'T.c P 1s .th; l f ,,. i, lhigheat bidder, the C ,,F tia Bni
'ce ,to the. G. Sen." Conollus 6mimons of Ace her tackle Aofapparyl d d'f4a9
S6 of" al ofaawl n. W t 'a., at 1h '.
ilP. andaile. fo (:~et:, e'--u .,L. T. H" Je." f. I^ Mrh^L
g s s ace ks ot Uo' e 'l tae p e W,.3t. Apr 88.L
it,, ,C.nE* ,i. .-i R "v- ... M Le a w ,_TX.

., .^.. ."" "' = l""-. i -o
good w,,rk A,'ee,, es., A next.h. -. "Eldcor, o kr Ha vana,
1 )st oye4'af II, otbath kn~,a .17' acksonv." lle. (att. by .J.r LAOT, ouilr icky :h

others. '-Let all the .icbii.g cease > u slh nl Insftrunse ts. qioui.ged and im>|roved his
after t y at as th. wam G Wit".CViolies, BanjesTborines CREAM SALOON
r ht is %we''S-.k- ,l a', c amwi t he ..arm Gkl, ville, by Cob-ao of t,

-w .^e t Ti "W l Accordeons, HanuonicaQ and a full assort-J l s t
--ion to li-alth. ments ot Gi and Violin strings st oso as to e m o ro
S -^ n en.Ues variety. of Corsoes include receive by A A. SA IOL,. Ciou,.
r ecig all s -llt beizs l pri ce,. o 6c Sm ith 2P e Iron Whn r
S.*,, ,., i, t,,i s ee.t A h t / TO A RBIUE pn..,.. P,, el 10la r.A D, 9
.... "' --- W imt:" |tb r -th' 2 ill .-' pe,-, .;1 f r. ted S.l a i N.arti.a
T l .Co"pan ?AT L. G. I-AYMIAN'S fHe invites all to visit him. t

aear. W. T. AW 10net ofEEc e
S ;&ttitshe t. eerso, r Kt.^we^t Hi,'gtti" "*,"s.. April 29, 1
.t |imiN||dirWtJ| iud I iase f2.e liit Goods, 2 eases oloreL
A. G t0 ". 1'. s "Unbleached Cottons, 20') pair ladiesC- P"iL,
munerely u ,,,,e F ,tht .^ ,-iPo^. G 5 Cases Chesie, Gut. & msses- ,dm
ifar ones sholo another lot of Silks Laces and The undersigned has re-establish
i lowa guests egiste e prices o the above his CofeeMil at his old stand
-" .....o> get. eg' te ods th^ r rpositvely beyond the whis- < ,.^
at sseH r thse during *.t k. o C)Mpet.G n, Camparison, of Mom- I A i0.-
B 'as, il ,l cis wi,1 be the music that will crowd and will sell the best Gro,,nd Cof1
rP. _'--t. L s' d i h the merchants are sleP- in this city at 20 cents per Iund.
".g on tis counters, -tearming of getting h J. RAMERIZ.
Theal S oD c dr- Feby. 1 th, 1882. e
dise, R. Hushes, Paulino Dion, 1" ... at--1- tyr `0 r.
Desider, Di z, Mrs C.rlota Dirite--"fD 0 -Ulri-i-b LOTH ING iWU
o^i.a R..a. ur ". 'a. h.. % w i

tulP. and. L. -. HAMANfo ..lv ..,: 1. G. !-.l.W rATHB JTr 11L' e WAI,
-W l r h i i Saa i .e -P" ..
e*ct- 116) to 1. W E. BrERLOI(f th

-We learn Ib: I-EA LER IN
.r across the wa 9 4 mi .EE U
vii to Tamr e oon, st. heo wrpose. .. an i hi
m" t,4- and Violin srn imf so, as to q4 it W 6 ti --

Sows in this compy. I w at an
orange gr r. e. S# nd
dollars 'Pirlt? at^l svaQ J-r
eau strike a good bargain i iTanmpa,
he will locate there permsuently," -
be vdll[ Pi,9;%lAi waq's a. wife,
abL re iat A l* !tfor,
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SThe $S. 9 Ahamma, Capt. Jas. % f A ]. "imy
Wi 'rt .ss r *W A1D -NAVY '[ DS succEssaO TO FILER & SON) ... "
She 1 T .......... .........
Ai iritrnsivrted beu toi Iavi 43 BQ 3, SHOES, TRUlTKS, VALISES, UHBRBILAS, *S
' 40kad;-ra'r^ te b^hem S -_1 ~ R h I. '*I'. .! tl t r1 II ,',-- *"
,',a Mid returned r ob i Oil.
,ere tl '4e.ead L A.D BKTBBEF, LOTHING. UOOSp
lags, amQ o iily. oNT STEET ., :.,.,
enrei a g ^'.^n o ,lldnd8 0 PROVISIONS ,' *-
ituboa wates e w "io' '

a*t.3.r s. iseheoemek a HbENDRY N.PEDEY, er-B?"1 spo^ 'u r T R. ML. IKE M P,;
is~ tmd a tTf co peen or F R N T S R E T .nle y & ad diu g t i a g a
oenv ;ftTa vB Avj r-yte fo aI, u m or, arn fO w ic he of r to
,t$4C"boi I n ''a eiW. V. ABR rse ,A

The 25lwii )CM W j.E.HNDY ad
,,,|l~~w, i ia ift, Jollniper X,104 IatY

I. s.~i ilD r th- 24t >? ? '| .,.', .I .- > *_* _
ar l here during teweek-, as f01- ,... : : ii

Ual P.' DRY GOODS, NOPT oS ", ,
r Qt I'lafe t ln ter e ^fi B r<^k -<6 ^ -/ i^ -S ^ 'ng-r ^^T -D / n iJ ^i r i "*** *... .".
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4 av., a o, l the n ," e b thf e Ly ,i_ .. .. an h

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VFISlH] "*f a*ll kiMds and Six" 8 ror MpaeLrk' ITIu
eyWe orrrFic.r wiIM 33 BoLD Low FroR CA..
Key West, Fl.. January 1.'%*

Over 5,o000o,000
Bnow in use on roofs a o e world, aind must neces-
sari yr displace all other kinds of *shi.l.---
S& 0i11 a examine them at his Business House, Ann street.*
_,he Advantages of thee Shinglen ;
Theyv ard hch Lighter than the wooden; are of Wromuhlt Iron. stirmu
and fire-proofi no injury from expansion or ootrction; do nout shrink o0
warp; cannotirust or be pierced so as to make leak.
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JasBr6f4p 1rooARTY, FERD. W. JoDRNSON







Don't Nell 1. Fai, h s ItiinIm,
)on't sell himanotbw drink, plase.'
Ie's reeling already, y roa ee,
And I fear, when be co*ue home to-
He'll beat ny poor mother and ine.
Sixe's waiting in daitnes. and cold,
And dreading to hear" him come
Iffe treats us so bad when he'd dru- I
Oh! don't sell him any more rum.
I heard mother praying last night,
She thought I was quite sound asleep;
She prayed God her husband to save,
His soul from temptation to keep.
She cried like her poor heart would
So trying to comfort her some,
I told her I'd beg you to-day
Not to sell father any more rum.
Why don't you have something tol-sel
- That will not make people so sad'+
That will not make dear mothers grieve,
And kind father cruel and bad ?P
Ah me it is hard; and I see
You're angry because I have come;
Forgive a poor, sad little girl,
And don't sell her dear father rum!


The Ney, York and Galveston U. S. Mail Steamship Line, composed of th
following first Cliass Steamships:--r
SAN MARCUS; Capt. Bo ger, 7*4 T,9"-.
RiO GRANDE, Cap ie roryws, 2 4 "4
CUADALUPE, Capt. Mickenson, 83-1 ,,
COLORADO, Capt. Crowell. 2764
Arriving every THURSDAY from New York, and on SATURDAY
from (qALVSTOx. Through tickets issued to New Orleans via
Morgan Line a4t ).ojyt rteq.
For Freight and Passage, apply, at hle Olpie of the Agent.
Key West, Fla., May 1, '78. t.



rjLM_ T QIW c VLY 0 E0I V I eB.
Leave Cedar Keys, Friday 6 p. m. Leave Cedar Keyp, Thursday # p, m.
Arrive Tampa, Saturday 2 ,, Arrive Key West, Saturday # a. in.
Leave Tampa, Sunday 10 a. m. Leave Key West, Safurday P p. m.
Arrive Cedar Keys, Mogday 6 ,, Arrive Cedar Keys, Monday a. m.
Leave Cedar Keys, Monday 6 p.m. Leave Cedar Keys, Monday 6 p m.
Arrive Tampa, Tuesday 2 ,, Arrive Key West, Wednesday 6 a. m.
Leave Tampa, Wednesday 10 a. m. Leave Key West. Wednesday 6 p. tom.
Arrive Cedar Keys, Thursday 6 ,, Arrive Cedar Keys, Friday 6 a m.
Key West Steamers will touch in at Punta Rassa both going and coming.
For Freight or Passage havingg excellent accommodations) apply to the
Agent only. WM, CURRY, Agent.
Key West, June 5th 188Q.


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House-keeping Articles,

Blqnket(, Bef lpreads, Comforter, Quilts, S eet
ugs, Mats, Oil-C otAs, Carpets,
Pillow Cases, Window Curtails,
Copal Oil Svtoes,
PiCEMENsiF .rAmtt o c., -
Ir Pictures Framed to Order. B
A~t gyyei>i s, 3 ITFAl St.


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I am noi prepared to do all kinds o-f WO 'o c requirpe
for Carriages, Carts, tec., together with
S, 0.O 8 E 8 S OE. I ..
which I make a pecialty. My wor]r in thia line needs no further notice than
stating that the public know that I understand my business.
My prices will be mpoderate, thus injuring a part of the public patronage,

Wsevv "W-orig

-_o DI+ js", p CKATS, NEWELS,
.se, e s,. .ails, asits W.i.. t, ,e
'-**. + + o:- + :,At | l| t cl(r*-'s Prics*.
arS"u~ Atilit#W nn to dlA~ t saA ottr jrnt-lc Wok-
I gua:r~an 'lfl... ordered through e A baat New York pri I ilwa
piesent Ori in ts so that parciescan oft that I make no extra charges.
Thooe orderig through me to pay the addii l tonal expense of Freinght.
SN.B,-Estlionates ftrnrshed 4l apwifastem.

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T HIS COMPANY have completed twg sections of their Docks and are
now prepared to take oyt vessels as 'Use # 114 3 Wns.


Vessel fntler S0 tons -

- $25.00.

o r S0 tons r

A4i .r*-k 4,9,ou the mingost reasnableiterms. In fact. none can w,O .ohiejir
than I can if the quality and quality of the work is take int.o a .r.
iion. Paint Shopo o IMNTON iTRIT, near Boned Wv Me.
,Nov. 29, '80-26V.

.,c pert on
ftc., done at

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For -1lrticulars apply to
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PAPERS FROM EUROPE, together with almost ever AMERICA
PERIODICAL. SCHOOL BOOKS. &Ac., of latest dates.
GARDEN SEEDS,- q fulh Aupplv,
Ttobaccoj, $0ff { vipt


Bulder o-coint+actmr


THE undersli is now prepared to build a NEIV STYLE of
at oiS Cco -than th nl JR qlationar .l .- .
He m*, also prepared to .nit Plansannd Specificationsl for any building sor
other work that may be required here, and at such prices as miust met the ap-
proval of everyone, His former work pis a proof that the work will be well a&d
handsomely finished. -- .


BY A. 8. DRAtER, G. W. C. T.
1st. That a member can never be.
permitted to sit in lodge unless he is
square on the books ...
q2d. Ttiat degrees and honors ocbe
acquired, are. never lost so long 4@ a
member, remains in good standing,
"tha yiolftion of Art. II. of the con.
stitution,' nany break in membership i
even a suspensffw for non -payment of
dues,.work a forfeit Lre of all degrees
3d. That Clea ce Card is' only
good for a year, but hat an Aidce*.
Templar's is good until used.
4tb. That one nol ung i, Clearance
S ard bps qo right i sit in lodge, even
thouIgh he may h a tbe pass-word,
r a ntit t rd uf.I e unftes with
another lodge. .
56th. That the in tionn fee must in
no case be less than Wfty cents, nd
the quar erly dues ip no case less than
fifteen aents.
7. That amemTr cannot be sus-
pended ,txon pavmenm ot dues un-
til six ii n irre ai, nor expelled
till twelv m,"A,'. iii arrears, and
then o f'a ng been given two
weeks', t 1 in writing.
7-,z1BWH 'yptes 'in cases of dis-
ci' must Pe by ballot, and that a
": -.t:thirds. vote is necessary to #nd a
mber guilty or impose a penalty .
S sd that a two-thirds vote means'two.
: hi~irdsof the votes cast.
i -T. That at penalty must in all cases
%" of-violation of obligation. The re.
-.'.=1_ obligation is naa penalty, at may ST
U sp- condtertbd in case 6"f violation
4F-L 11, by a vote of the lodge.
""8 That a Ememb" may be punished
even to the extent bf o ypulsion, for
contemptin open lodge without any
reference to a cg9ipittee, provided
that proceeding are, ommenced at the
'*-"same meeting at which. the contempt
wab committed.
10 That no member compelled to
give his reason for voting a blackball,
but if it can be prved that he does
so maliciously, or 'ith intent to in-
jure the lodge, hp mpay be punished
therefore. L
11. That when apharge is preferred
it is to be read in open lodge, only
omitting the name of ,te accuser.
_ ---- '-That..a menmih of one lodge
cannot prefer charges against a mwpm-
ter of another lodge.
13. That a member of one loge
cannot visit another lodge as a right
only by courtesy.
14, That a member cannot be con.-
pelled to pay dues during suspension.
15. That an appeal upon a question
of law may be taken from the decision
of the W. C. T. to the lodge and from
the lodgeto the-G. W. C. etc, but
not from a W. .T. to the G. W.
16- That the decnson of a lodge up-
on a qutetieon of order if final.
17. The W. C.T ofone lodge can
give the password to a nmeipber he is
satisfied that be is entitled to receive
it, and on the request of the W. C. T.
of the other lodge.
18. That an officer against wbom'
charges are preferred has the rigltitnt6
exercises all the furieonu of his office
until-the time of final action.
19. That a W. C. T. has the right
to upon all hallotings but in no otber
-^ cafa jm~chaE- rpaV' i9 a iie. Pfiod

nd tf Kansg s holds her prnhibi-
tory law it will be by eternal vigigance
on the part of its friend and the per-
sistentran. thorough educaioi of all
her citizeh" as to the ,aturie and' effects
lof alcohol and the right pledging
and training of the children against
J its seductive infisuen pe. e "'
.,-b Ra---n* Man's .. .-

Mr. C. L. Odeeua ,. 'clading ir.
port rf BjlKsmo- etaW th oth-
ing hs don'e his dy~pepia indiges,
tion, Ac., *.j muoh (rood as that most
wonderful .of 1.all tqpmo-and reviv-
-'Just think of its at a supper the other

ffns, Ne7.e r smnt1M.p pealblaint ilht
with 4djcp|>tiP *lydpy toma in' the
mowrung.. : *2'

Hz offers for immediate inspection




Key West. January lat 18t



ArCp pw ppared to oter w-- "-4Ans and the public,



Canned Goods, Ti Ware, Bueckets,


Tubs, Beef, Pork,



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9 L c 3 Aft

Wall Street, Key Wo., Jta,.
Key West, Fla ,an. 12th, 1878.


2xe4e m &%t Izx 10Ma Ufg
In view of the many causualt" arising tro ]er***"

For Family Use, which w will sell low a po-sib.
3PVC~WAXtsr 4db W 0 33o

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Opposite St. James' Hotel.-DUVAL ST.

Hus Receivea

A Full SuPply ofelboce
Family Groceries,

Stock of GIOCEP S ,

Pa ats, MkfOils, c..



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I A.VINGm pchaMed tie entire interest f the late firm of l. ox A WxLt
JL_ 66Ap bw psepard to do all kind of work in the above li'e, at reoea.
ar ~a 'd4 specialty. And in this branch he fears no competition.
I T IhC --Mr. Williams is now prep" to evec
RO o lLightni BRods, to tbo who mas y requir
* "2'. >?S'P th rtis tt66o. 04 lw MUM,