Key of the Gulf
Full Citation
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048587/00005
 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: October 26, 1878
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).
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002042445
oclc - 11257649
notis - AKN0309
lccn - sn 84027561
System ID: UF00048587:00005

Full Text




VOL 4-NO, 44.
I ai ism-



"CORlAL PLI-/Nc1, 4. '1

year. All Teplar'
1, rto.l

4 I. iL.i F 1 T .
si 00 U. I T. lwicts, \'. .
U- Ke.y it'<, Malty 0.. '7U1 ly.

S. .. I ... FES SI NAL .
( 5' h < l e e.t p O i r ii en -1 .h. '
() oi' latiauill, i lmns rtion 110
0 ,, a:.,,lmi.. ,i, w li I T \ '\.\ Y A LoA.
), .. ,inn, ... ..... in 00 o r1-' I i '.LIH.J. UJ L W
()i l' ,l inia is 1a', t in oii 1 l (100
(lie 'ollullm L .. iott0lh0t 10n 1A) T an .-
.i in ;ustitiutes sqa n.. REGISTER IN BANKRUPTOY,
So. Dia Fla.in *
."R .., C. Key WIest, Nov.20, '.75. lv.
loud hl e o. o 11. -- .. ... .......
S i(ts at tle Masonic W. C. IALONEoB 4.1 15.1
hl 'l v,,r sea.iol t tid t M Nrl
l-li.. tihni Wc.ltie'slay Even. t A
ii i if i-ais m 11th, at 7
Sa>ia't, ;, Solicitor in Chancery,
'- d/ iall h invited to atted.il KEY WEST FLA.
-- i' .'. PLERP.Y, P. oy West, Jan. 1, 76 ly
i::; 7l' l, 11. PHILT, ) "
Su'crotary. :l'.I"I"SX 0. lOCKE,
,- t. )spD,,. Sl '75 t"
.. .. iia, T,,H thA .t iani, U. S. Comn issioner
i .hi a it .! ''Whii' gy u-i .prstsh.i. n ,'tae a nd
', i County io'tirs.
IC Kv West, Jan. 1, '75. ly
I.. y,. I5WmTIIreL,
,. 9l by, dt L sttW.
i-l' Will practice in U S. State
All,, ('.uin ty Cmiourts. ,
v 11 .st, Jil 1st, '75 1,'.
3': *i,1. <. < 'VY'NX .
(otrner of Front & Ann streets,
S .lar Wis:e Fr a.,

1' 'ct

l'l. 1'.

I. O. O. 5.'
.-t.-,, illt .0tl1 Fvilowl Hall ,e.vye
i...l v ia :' '. A[.T. V. V Johi on. N. (.
f D 1Y \\liii.., V. (;, "Petr T. Kui,'lit,
K.'v V.Y t Jan. u 'TS. ly.

No 0, I. U. 0000 TKMPLARS.
Miiu-ti evary Mousicy it 7. P.M., at
Uj ol T.'nmphis Hall.
J.o. T. ilumant, W. C. T.
WM. II. Wumia.is, W,. S.
O i banized Mvy 15th, '74
11Iv W.i't, May 1st. '75 'ly.

No. I I, 1. 4. Cood Templars.
Mets ,-vurv Saturiday at 7 P.M3., at
clir LodgiIlg uoiai.
S. S. CnRr., W. C. T.
', ui1i/, N'ov'r'. '"* '74.
'Key W~st, Feb'y..2, ,6. ly.
No. o20, 0. Oood Templars.
Meets every Wednesday at 7 P. TM.
it their Hall.
EDwAnDn F. Lxy, WV. S.
Key West, Sept. 9th, '75. ly.
Meets every Tnsaday afternoon at 6
p. in. at Good Tomplmrs Hall.
FIiLIP E. THOMPsox, 0. T.
Aug. 10, '7S,
Nov. JI, or fPlorllda.
Coavocatiuias on the evenings of the
second Friflay ef each tmonti, at the
Council Chamnber, at 71 P. X.
All visItin Companions, cordially in.
vitod to attend.
J. W. V. B. PLUMMIB, O. 0.
0. D. HAWKIxS, aB.
Key West, May 20, '76. ly.
Fle'e Polloes,
,Thik fetcemeets at the (ity Hall
on the 2ad aend 4th Monday of eaco
By order of Oapt. Owynn,
,It. WATSON Seoy.

vPXOLIUS2 '1Um ,:

Slimatoe, between Greenr ,


SKey West Jan. 2, '75. tf.

1 -.). JOP( ),A1'3II OTTO,
Druggist and Chemist,
Fancy Goods, Stationery, &o,,
0oilost Embalmed ant forwraried to Frients.
]1y'luyt.als' Prescriptions accurately
li',pa;raj it Aill hours of thei ity or night
D T. .%V. V. R. LTUMJ"ER.
OFFICE, Siiountoa St. one door
abovo PFluting.
Key West, Jan. 1st. '75 ly.

Llji3, ,nesa DlT)1?ctory,
Jun. Otb. 1877. ly3
roA- JAIM%.N2TYNi'AU4"UJ'T.RT t.
*Jan. Oth, 1877P a ly3
Jan.th.1877, a V

FnoT S WrUs, V
Jan. Oth, 1877. y
Think of your head IP the morning.
At his Old Stand on Front St.
'nETERMINING to live and let
J live, he will reduce his figures as

Shaving 15 cents,
Shampooing 15 "
Hair getting 20 .
Hair dressing 5 "
Srpialt attention paid to all the
handitoe young meta of the city.
Old Wogpe rejavinatted a an an omn.
utodatiou to theo, when his hair-dye
i' of good material.,
Englieh pokebpa 1 the Professor.
Key We4t, July T'7S. if.
Wm. A Jo0. 1'. 1b y,
T'h BVOTI thetsjhver' entthtl
D busineetin bt VA, an
thorn.res7 to do. evwythlg in St wk.

WALL Sta.,, adjoluulrat. :o0',
Are prepared to do l kinds o
work in their line at r a Maee ,o priw,
Key West, July S8, '77. ly.


i I tI.-'. O)N i .13 Sri t'
K'. i ir of Sbmoit ,L.ou. 3it aY

muttrlntimed iHatls 06 to Oi"',,E 4tM se do,,, q4008d.00,....OGents n dd district No. 8 wll b e se open o n au pn eo h d mtn la t t gate t. S othonal t
',boys Pel.ed amt...t ".e ....

b Wit, rolled'ovr ton t kegrassnois ardre, or h t wbnoel t4 pentast
.. and lit bit for t n, the anl he ra sut m r f o e, d in.
Coats' spool ottsm 76a e ...11. 9 tu,- "s" A ies ',- .4. f s deon her eyds o 1" ord M' rof midI s'th, *ttI. ao.

i I "J .e bet ,. .-i. i0ee u l Thatb we sever our .
AT VERV' LOW PRTIOEBS t -er~i, bke pt open betwu ..- thet a door. nation with said old parties, and
Athe bouts of 9 a. ni. and a p. m. onu Do as oionslen 4ites, and Isratleo. Then how pledge ourselves to the building up
Key West, Junea 0th.'1ltv. ly. Wednesday and Saturday of Meob you will i go for stray. .l si9 oom look dignified P of a truly National Party.




S ..'I

- ~4q. -e-1 a

all; allu1u611I
Is s.1 11 a, 1. 3-..j

rui,.i llllt'
5."ll 'il,

(!I,, 111111*-', olle ilk;orlojll


.... t. 'h To the 1looli oru of n'Iirou week, and during such other times of Ituielau Lndles Fillfta nesol0. Plnttorm oftlioe Natiolian
L. Vuuolttt.V day as the deputy olerk or registra. A good deal has been heard u[ thu Grephnhaok Labor Pamlly
"3iOTICE is hereby givc.n that the tion officer may deem necoeary, and progress of female omanil option in or LOon Cotulty.
S, folowig i the boundary line of close on the tenth day preceding the aunsim, but it is somewhat o a novel. We, thebo members of the National
l, ach Elect ion Distriut in tileCouiity da or the tion. All persons who R to, tho Ruan ladies flgyring Oreuiback Labori ti Pty, forming thu
0IJf IIi l iiLroo, with th name of the of of eotion. All per'ion who in tho character of duoisti, as was 'rllahasseo Ol.i. No. 12, of the State
q rI i t,'t ,,I 1.,d o tlI soy Jr haivo boen stricken from tho reglstra. bules of Petigorsk, a well known of Florida, do this 10th of October,
i: J .J o h 1 -..' ,l' si-il (ii v. t ii> list m uist ei.itor with Ihu dopti. fashionable resort o thu morthhorn 1878, proclaim th.. f t ollowwiig to le
S d; h : t iV. I e ic or rl l istration ollc0r herein slope of the Caucasus. A dispute our liatii..ri of p ,rinci.lu a
S'rin which the registration list lo to a,'ar between the ral l.at,, Wtr.U, viious ad rek.
HIS Ho wl rivin from w Y ply of Cth h, an ll ao copi lo of th Circuit Court at hipil tow ug out ot the a ttlrco Ji litid fill with fraud, of pubtilsli ant,
A I" i.... "Wlh hoeti', IL. th ,,Ls LO it'tt- htoe eb ii tt ur by a. hutsmto .Ati "oiii ,tn o. t .

V beli s-e of wi.i f,.*., of u ',tr ,:ti ad tl, Countyr tonistratoon list I etf a oe adto thet with i formal incomes and wages reduced, unpal-.

S 3 t rir No, I. will be<])t open at halve hereunto set my h eud thro t il the dress of the other, who trary iare responsible for thiu and
'sr- r ourom e eotL I d t l. t 'I i our a ,t th onnly Crt SHouse "We hs t' sai lant fne out of l ponethe po

At prices lower than ever befroo offered In Key West. Piias (ill anul [lion lDistriot No, 2 iH bounded o d 0i0 btrict toi 6 ru ed to The eh i p o ger ent openst of the many, and igeiwnht
cxam re o'o 0Fl. JOHN J. DELANEY. | is fllow-vit: Uginning t the re t lerte of Oirtuit ort. ut th ungratiitul lpntiagonit, ro. the interest of land and labor .ch

K?v West Jano 1f '7t.Cr Iv foot Li tuvl Stieth, twt the dividing overe the asnse ua ath denab aca11 the sources of li ll wealth, wo aoll
S 'IS Housq.is w eekl receivint from istrwt No nd yxtoding : t the Chiw th o upob the people to de orol tho oind.

tug as to o'xhibit a first-css Stok of t l e islands exate stl ntaer, office il the Couty Cour House, ha t te oup en thA e rspti perankr p tcsuffeigu ad t
I. 1. i"f MEN'CL O THS A IND BOYS' CLOTHIN ST O R E it da rding to ay of positions, t roli of t oe
A' carefully B olofy raion ) long to yns. of South Ad oinpel to thg ohat we neee, yadvt of thra.case o r four olicemtol to ex. A soed, That we political par
ssrLttoE od elegant' ii, Ito tho diviinn lips of Dl testimony whereofdI.ray mlioo ht have ond like the abolitis offtrno lef, but on d the n.

Spring & Sum m er G oods of Clol iigoo of the Clerk of tho Circuit and seal of Court at oeyr, ,iod, 0,1d fell down il a swioto. stato of things, aviog legislate d i.o
atHa,,.TlmB., t th, oity u, 't Houso. A West this the seveoth day The assailaon t, frightened out of her

Or, in faci, anytng ad everything pertaiting to titling out thC 1ity e oes H ote fock the hrAI.t otho lover ? At prices lower thMami bever efroofferedoll t ey West,. Petts e 1,mdll ilctiot District No, 2 is bounded of Ootober A. 878 wits, lug away h weapon anv the expense of the many, and agatnstf
JOHN SITCHER, rushed to raise te s oe ig eac opposed corpse. the rincisal and intrt on bonds
oxamNo. 'JOIN 3. DET ANEY. i ps fllws-vi: oBeginni tig at the Clerk of Circuit Court, but her ungrateful a tagonlst, ro. the interest of land and bor. ..oh
K -*** Wst, 1, 5.foot of V Ieet, at thedivi Adding treh o hy engh by h cove t ing her of tses ats uddefor sit ati e the sources of till wealth, w call
nBoysiniCumty.. s, o ', t e, all the she had lst them, clutched her by upon the people to declare thoir ibed au
LWof R S, istric t No. Hod exte Honding KPy1 tRY the hair with one hand, whiled boxing o I ho alse ou t
1innvT-tf n-AT e., ,,' ; v \e t 'b along tho Uty f bth Stor.oar .witthe other k n thut pendonco of these false guides to

SQUAE DEA IQ O ATMET, Albsry to dplut Stclerk Do thy tt in tt H t ounergetih style, The firing havin this end we invite that thco Gpeationrl
it Q t oi ".* 1,id in t along thu South. o Be I good that we do, lt us o now ceased, the battle rocedd ha every good citizen, ad offer they'll
s.Vt side oi lElmun bethStrect to the Givng soul andof thy pl our de, to hand, you ksow that ribbons, arend lowing i: ltions, antns.catory o"

>E a;ES W. 'A 1/7 "f ldj ti .n Elizabendth and Willia Streter. Ietu1 p11`0 tie hanoi ro.ek and ss shreds of l entle info in, evry i u'.r prinTt hiplesol, t f t
Ky st, J ry 7 ly. icti along trit No 4 is of oud e through it n direct option, and but for the timely
S f, ti eiows-vi ing he onie D ie Andt omnnes then thir hat we needof adv of three oi four policement the 1. Reolved, That we demand the
SRES Arrival of Clln- i ,tin of the north i Doss ao s a dart 'o;d, habuover, af trt no mhn trid, asy tha conductor, anedlik e the abolition of Nationa id in all nd ith

'A Hasna_, Trns > Vaiss. iii I Do less th n c brotheadsr houl do. will do it for you. mbat of the ipesusiong by uthe Govonot flaws.

bouIFlutes of ChCrlotte'a Harbor, Thous t lie downonl rottltheud looken up with a aa rstics tende thopurpoaer Mf toney all perse s -
treme be, that our i o therly aloni tht witofficer of st nber How on g l ave you been in the It shorall hve t right leand piat
)|an'for i r ICnEo ftht Sr i, oti '' rv i No. 'o2, o outd t eloved biynthher the o or h brnve. was y they took to claw- eluding dues on import. as we)l
Solution Distcrict No. 2, ,th" c (' teY lF eLLAer e OTot1each oth ooslead of me.l the principal ajmI i iterest oit n-bod l,
W 1 L LIA M H. L O W S o rs to o a waters o ---o --- -- lieawill o te rni, te States,an o ir ot other word

White Water Boy. AlPrcM*onltion. what position do you hold now y ca acifcy sIhll bo subject to e.quilf t,1
Spring SJ.. t t g e'atiorn li st i of Election A th bolts, of ig ready to t fortune ctl ivith a .e o rodretu ation whether cud ltivted or not, '
istrvoit No 4 will be kl n on bd buth yt into teartheynevery moment, wa A fr.ewinled anysoud e functions as i ieasfuture th values with
Is now ready fo to verwa re Ste, twe ing ad South. May ma, t they ner hal kil A few days go a copl of young gd and silver
socl.ec teh 1o e arti t A A Ii e',ct et Ever onward and npwardtpurseuing bloods entered the sinoktug ear, of ap,2.We1vdo 01 that ilh0 OVitU,.l |
Lioi t Non.eof. A 3 cnrye ,as The aimn that Is thiltr f)ir the day, P. W. & ... wlia the pandtrenger miled '. den
A just oped t best assorted stock of cst.rly i of Election district No. th b th turn oneth o sel e seats before sitting e for When prohibit repealed tchages ind the
CLOTHING AND FURNISIIIN CIIGOD i fit. nl i, on it v n l oosaid v Nrth o river-d tt of i touiel tor oy t a dowt The seat itwas looked, oll the a kind o bool book he mon
a1Und B oy i n t id N,, tn Dy. ,i,.n ;o ioosniieluo ,a'.suof"t" Then hhn> t gain It,h r jvrdfaint by the way. bhesid t mand th at, a u trkd tueon. aof ti, rof a n al "
d Boy int No lu, rl i ti os ill the o o etheo took out t his knife and lel o tte" triti an Ib ab sorbed a
As for PP1 U1CL w. wilt w i back water'" to tiny ,,t ,.r ,lto use iil ti lt .,l ti 4 t "t, .. l'. w ."t-. of +3 i to ..iai And though thou art busied with su all the look. k hclu he was at w o re dn draw mit,. in idlona ss.
Ever displayed in t t, and wll off at story pric lin o o nty, and from v elderly g her tlean, stewio behind the perty own dema by individ of the ov
LO PRI GOD GOODS, uug it hi dt r ey. Though inoi thy labor may be, bloods, quietly remarked that thvey oiiitii,,ithliorrotireiient of tall t tio.

-BO1'-& WTORKINGM y!,'* CLOTHING a lp.cialtv. District No. 4. caust Ilout n oy ten cente Saturday have lost it again if ho hadn't taken 0 A aqnitable and efficiently
SQUA RE DEALLN, jLI E TsRE TMENT, 'b p pot 1) l...ty s deput clerk Do thy utmost in tho t and 1 things, ought not to dothet. "al B ots, ad that the G al
T .th>l 1,.i, lL .. ,,," ..-;io oficer of E election Dis. Thou still sha, l be oble an fre he That's all right, old eing retmated Gon vt.nea t 1ly o issci e the nolloiy of
Collie i4s14ssSee I 1,nd WRll 41u) 11.0 ;O)4, --t, t No. a and the registrato list Dt tfou'lov? let be ith fll' measure the blood, what e b vo lnt m ure and protetal the sa for
Giv c and convince said district will be kept opo n at hi Nor ingl ckthcoldnd, and the breeh tao t eep ou the n a e ood sse, love jutier fur ll
hCi lt u lsu y1 is otill nit 1 ,'.lein u i nig Sti et, be. Of others thie joy of thy pleasure, "aon't you kbOW that de bts.
X 4OC W -u >V. VV ". ..1d--L, a.,,, I Elizabeth mid William Streets, The passionethatr eown thy estate. liable to prosecution for that ? con. 4. That the public lands are the
st t tht plac flw up and all th ot it Dick in d the olhd gentle omforan, ilblly parioti of the people, theorfenr they
Kay West, Ja L '7. ly.tf Eletion district t No.4 is laoudo ipr ie to every tu n ustnx. and tot therell It's the .ate as burglary- liie akeys tsholm to rodres their actul suwron
i alows-viz : B. inning at the of gentle ten an of te law. If you want thin seat aided in their sottlent by tihe
....o....the..ri i le f oFor thine own dio thy best; but for r no ian tl d, nal the cotuduotor, and ornoinent,and Ipotcted i all llith,:i

S"i,,. o P w T thiuk to ask me il he oar of otlfttkalarioof taxation,
th C utrtount (f theu o wirther Gu lf Do less than a brother should do. will do it for you. A A l''sseSsions I by just laws.
v Sro m11 ( L th ounty of M othenroe with the Gusterlf Sollving thydhays full tonumbor, l You talk as though you 1,nIet .what poirson shallIlie taxed
of Mexico, t ence to the easterly ad one o the for what he o v,' i- other words, fot

ot Dtdl CofntS* soroe no ol res t O bbl 0r d as f urpo ts sents e
Nh E ho ld o i kN hOOD Inow to ns up woit.th a sarcastic suera the b tal ,of ti notei w all pi.
1 eputy lrkor e along the waters of slumber, How ioug have you been in the and hvethiabvo thiity wilt cured unat
--IC S4of halotte's Harbor, thenced sothe r 'Beloved by the good nd thebrav wayhe got ofusness N Pague the var t polue of the National een
iastertion litd ross tdihri waters of ot 26 years, rtured the ping u old mer mortgages therton, by thesa revival of-
east erly top Ge te u ot oA"gentlematn, getftl gages hao sehu ,alessed to tL 'so,
ti[ 1 La lt)idH oH tho Oiloosahatoie river t ar u b a hiAe of bee two or hand, an blood looked just a little bit to whn thitare duane.
ONSISTING IN) PART ot Elecastioly to thrift No. d vateof-pre i'ry tth cour- ofteday p thrisedng the asked it woutIt lpd o r agri lltural.
WBePhitat.WaterBay.Aoli...i8)8c..Pilloahtlol. what positiondto youhod d nowld, ctadityirahlr listbj et u to ecqitiil t
to ant pesidentof the ted, return ao; et lt o to

blu and black Mio....Ladb Linen quiltig....BLinn drill The registration list of eletion A and ws nfor by the ner .ben able to p Greenback paper money ofti the nited
SGe, wear... too tn to88,istiet No. 4 will be kept opon by burst into tears. every moment, was en by i nd .ifr bi .sthe undWM 'There *eathnd ftu otil State..
*o *. fo 80o .,,.,Mdqtte Nettin' r7.yesteru to dabl ated'in the suinuired a frther es of th road I 14. We deand a aduaheld tax nch
81,E .Lei & Gvntr dh to 40oclrk or togiaOo posto flee, ond ...goohea grtrtd lawyer ca aupon the oa ers" to ar're st o, amid Cthat the ptu6lie, domtt mve800 ayp
titwh aco .- officer fid dtrtt all te it thee thioked hI drone in the' .phi. tAad The young bloods tookA ro re ip Bepublean and Demoartatic parof t
it:,hotmhe of F. A. Hiendry mat Jtinta usked Ifhis regil r fall season for while the passetngerosmiled,. oil.

dGloreB......an4o-to81,7...t...BilkPara"ol"and brla.. '-otl'hkariedn l...o n ,f Mo At thi h tn t both wr l a rowing frt ot of slavery involved
FL ONT STRBEAEZ4T, Onolte PostO is.Ieloctioa dmt'ktl No ,5 is bounded d I kinder feel lke hmvyhgobhllls," is i NM .... ..io I level t system of Public School Ediecatoib ;

S et=tas.follows, vez: Beginningat the wattigeNreply. Sie ease Itlittle late mand had to text books to be used ill the schools,

qottodo.dto.49o too s......Lnlboot. 1,0 to 81.0......Low .h. tbodry H fe by a *esterlof who.pe oft Electiond i No country. in olfol waks A,
TAS just opee00d the best nasorted stock of unlundrede ke a rush for the tra in Whu prohibit repealed changes alivn
II 4, ai.d .'O,,.4itig thiico to the cros ing of ton of as tow of." e reached e thseat her htat fell off. sae, a nd pe eit the 'rejud iono ad hatred i
S E S' FGDiit on the a ovPerhaps the bight of .ifhllig She got it on, but it toppled over to the sale bf School books.
G E N T S' F U R N I S H I N G G 0100S i otii lieuIioaloosahatebie rivet-, atid leams and other evideimxc fb trhe otne side, and when she tried to 8, Equal taxation of all TUtmit
fromtenclue tuorth to the tlPetr dying year.affeut you," observed the straighten it her liar tumbled down. States securities tilld ullther p
Ever displayed lit this city, and will offer mat saisfactory nlkes to afl, lie itj (ifM o Conr tyoaitty, autd fromu lawyer. She lost her ticiget twice be.foro the perty owned by individuals or cct
th'ine West to its intersectiou with ,"Mobbo they does, and meobbo it'l conductor rea-ched her, at4d' would rations.
BOX'S& KV LOIILING iit41eialty. I Diettit No,4.'catmIo I lent a boy tt cents Saturday hatve lost it again,m if he hadn't taken 9. An equitable amd efficient
OO T e i a y o' i o f F or,.h as n ig h t." it a w ay fro mt h uo S h e rea c h e d tup to 9lAw h c uil b se e ah e th ei w a g e
A large variety of KIA2 ,qp (,'A 1 )S, 1D 00.11 8 S-f O]0 beeu hD.Fi. t 1) Ol t Jyerk asnB t.w t, hepay3l1 h n u put ia bundle itt thu ra ak above herb thela hot eruech e w it
auhntig head, a4id burst the collar button off delay or excessive cost.
Togiethat with everything iequthied fir he wear if mia'.. 4isistration Officer of Election District Sunday, ansi I'yiego5 feeling' that he her dtstur, mand stuck her fingers oonl
ToeterwihfNo'.5,ai thetegistration list of went to suoovta{ a crow, 'ad the crow four plum in hoi' dress before she 10. We deprecate aid deni
flew, amid the guti wett off, and the0 fouttd one thattheio 'lovd t hitake out violent measures anid appeal 0 '
Give mue a cdl and lbe tonvluiced, sii district will be kept open at his mnuzzler kickud arountad, aundthe breuth to air the datiage. Then just as the good souse, love of justice .'
store at that place, flew up, and all the shot hit Dick in ou ad got comfo'tablv them ofrtheirowrenl
t h77.cf, Eletiot District No. 6 im comprise t.U4itunminix, If he gaA shot there'll sach etlosfitabl aliotieniofrtheipwop
W11thttoam .eugh thints to through the ballot.box.
will thiyket mes f if he o.9 11 9thLis, of N Iai s, of taxatio,

W- Aei-lty Clerk or lleg.st'atioa Offcer hairpins, the valisq went off, and hteve this ability will Go seared mnte.



' -b



X Mr. John Webb of Rariso.
ta, has written iyerory iutn tlg let.
Ste iu theSR Battid TVu, if the 1lth
Ac- or '*Inst., giving as detailed ooeunb of a
boast tv from PF rt assinger on
1al Paper, 6th Judicial 0irlouit, the i' lvir to Fort Myers.
--s ...'..o.....-..h. e'r ho 1 tly over the prairies
51. A. CR&NB. rtditor and Proprietor. to t 44Oe the U isabatohie,
A. n. A1r5LEJOHN, Piitmbisiher. and t 44i4 down t t j
Thoy 6esdl'bi the oo
SATURDAY, OCTOBER, 28, 1878, submerged s e o t et
water, with little or rO rostot 0
For IRepresoeitative in Congress from Its subsiding before C iisttnas. Mr,
,the First Congressional District. Webb suggests that an expedition be
I* II. 1. 1o )AVIID ON. fite9d out in thhi oity, to go to Shark
'.ubject to the ratification of Monroe Rlvor into Lakeo Okeooobee, and
Cut 'from thenoo to the Caloomhatebie
County. Riversa' down to the Gulf. We
ItEGULAl-- NOIFINATIO" believe ituo n be soootmplished, Will
IILO L I N ,VAi' some of oftr youttng men, who love
Forl senito' real sport, try it We hope so.
.WALTER 0. MALONEY, Ja. .- e- ----
r ; ,$Wr The Buntca Tribune of Tam.
l'4F'GssotIeral Asseanbly, ps, in defending the action of the late
F,. A. HENDRY, IDemooratio Convention in Hillsboro'
E. O. GWYNN. County against some aspersions, thus
The friends of Dr. J. W. V. R justly defeids Mr. Reynolds. A
PJIUMMER announce him as a can: purer man--one more reliable, cannot
didato for the Goeneral Assembly, at be found in this State.
the onsuing oloction., "Though Mr. 'Reynolds was never
MANY VOTERS. known to be much of a political part.
san, yet he has alwiyn acted with the
The friends of Mr, E. C. HOWE Democracy since the wai, is was natural
propose running him, as a Repregen. to be expected of any decent aniU who
tativo for the ensuing 'Legislature. believed that "the intellit, e- o a
MANY VOTERS. eounkry should rule it." Arty belief
....X .... that Mr. Reynolds would favor' Auny
The friends of Capt.'Par Noelson kind of legislation inimical to the
aninolmict bin as a candidatte for the luterosts of the people, is as unlust to
Go Assembly at thu emonimig this gentlemanu sit is puerile on the
e,.l Assemblypart of those who nto'tahit, On this
'"'ctuon point we can safely say that Mr. Roy-
MANY VOTERS. nolds is not an innovator to any such
S otont as has bon it,1logd6d against
him. We will leave Mr. Roynold6 by
ir' A dispatch announces the merely closing with the fact that, since
death of A. E. Croiati, of Orgion, hO has boan a resident of tii county,
.h8 willo ,.em bered no man has labed more faithfully and
WhR wll l ieO ouenibero s the manlo u intelligently to ,wuourage imt~igration
who climued the right to caIt one and develop its resources"
electoral vote from his State for Til. Oera C- nta"'lect..oss. -
doel We cannot omit theoresent oppor*
-"--"' --- tunity, in advising our people to
i8i' A 1ugh-partizan commercial exorcise their best judgment, in the
newspaper is soon to be established coming oanvass. The only true guide,
in Fernaaidinia, by A. B. Campbell is to follow the motto, "Let the office
andi George Burnsido, of this city. seek the man, and not man the office."
The first imbiber will be issued in By following this tristu, we cannt
about woeks.-Sun & Press. go far from theo right way,
--- In the Congressional canvass we
'The Unitvd States Chief of are justified in believing that Mr.
Irinbitnico, illn his otnici.al report, places Davidson will carry thief Chounty with
t no.lgtnizod militia of the country a largely increased imajoity, over the
W 1.,000, inbrgani5ed 3,600,000, last I election-hence we thiuk of his
Ti. attention of Congress is called to 'election mis safe, In our State election
'tii orgnaitiiing and disciplining the wi aro lot so sanguine. d oAlrants

Sit then are not the men required. Our
rtprtsentatlion to the Legislature, is
S/ ,ator s e much below our just olaimls,-yet such
w s a 1 'i is ac eredited as it is, we must now abide by, and
WiPh sayin r thht in his oplinioni there iake up our deficiency in selecting
S e t i l Pisi tal andtte outr ab* te t undl best nen t for the ensu-
i tho field in l1886-tho i.Repulicauu, lag Tyvislaturc, A United States
nora amutai c~ "sd te aritt is to be clected-nuiany ob.
ifp s Oible, too, thAt tp Hoi8 I noxious laws to be abolished or ro.
to leh tn. fie Pi betile d *n 1iimiodeled, and other important m oit-
to e theuext Piresidtsuces of vital interest to our people,
U' will deelve upon ou0 Scuiator and

ib-" The moust disastrous "
which has oeurred in fifteen .
hali occurred at Vineyard Haven,
Massacmhusotts, Great aud unpro.
cednuted dtnugitigu wna donio to ship.
ping. No ships from Southern ports
are reported in the list of disasters.
The gale was uncommonly furious at
Newport. No wrecks are. reported at
t b i t howeverr.

STho tud States Attorney
*' ,u' ,il, ides that 'Unitc'i States
ire ontil lod to full mileage
S, ct'h writ issued by them when
verArits are issued ou behalf of
S the _rnmoient to be served on differ.
"' %,sons, and are served at the
ti, oly one travel being no.
1 y, provided the travel is actual.
dco. When all the writs are to
aerved on tho same person an ex-
ceptioul is made.

fGlr'enl)nek Isllt i'olain,
On our first lnge will be found theo
Platform of the National Greenback
Labor Party" of Leon County, which
we publish at tho request of several
of our best citizens.
We frankly confess that there is a
more reasonable demand for reform.
tion isethis platform, than any which
have emanated from either of the
political parties for the last forty
years, IHonest men will endorse it
everywhere-henco we shall watch the
action of the Greenbaokors carefully,
and applatid when they deserve it,
an' d condemn when their violate
tithcr of their articles. .

Tise Scourge.
The termibl tales of woe, suffering
and death that still come from the
Westfare heart-rending. The grief,
-the dire disaster-which has fallen
so fearfully on Southern citizens, is
felt in all hearts, and money, physl.
clans and the sympathy which to
mnre wealth can buy, are poured out
as freely as if fraternal blood never
flowed between the emotions. We aU*
indeed a peculiar people," and [
this respnot thank God we are o. It
is interesting to note the data of the
visits of this death.dealing destroyer
in the past. In early times the cities
of the north were even more unfpor.
tuMiatethan those of the sauth are at
present. In 1798 thet e..ere*twpnty.
five hundred deaths in the city of
Now York from yellow fever, when
the population did not exceed ttfty
thouimnd, and again in 1808-4 thoflo
were thirteen hundred dMths., I
1798 also there were three thouaid.
eight hundred aud4 si deaot from
yellow fever in PkiladephIa. Th
awful sooarmp oamn always ly be
traed to filthy aet sand imp orfet

t1 ,iyreseittativos..
The Conservative element of this
City is largely in the majority, yet
by divisions .among themselves, they
mnost assureodly will fall in pieces for
the imusement of their opponents.

This .laud was again visited by a
storm ,a Mondaty last, 21st inst.,
wlich W.is brief in its duration, last-
inlg only one day. Some two or throe
days previous, the clouds appeared
boe:vy and scudding low, w$ile the
Baromiucter indicating foul wither.
Most of our fishing smacks and sponge
*vessels moored in the Bight to pre.
pare for an approaching gale. At 8
p. in. on Monday the wind and driz-
zling rain from S. E. began to show
itself ; at daylight the wind veered to
N. E. by N. and blew with great
violence. At 7 a. rm. the Storm Flag
was raised on the Signal Service Sta-
tion, and the Star. Lucy P. Miller
left for Man-of.War harbor, aud was
followed shortly after by the Steam
Tug Fox, leaving the Western Texas
and the LisiiN Hendersonl(both dis.
abled) at their wharves. At 8 a. nm.
the storm gave every indication of a
hurricane-rains heavy with a blind.
lug mist, which atilmes, shut nut all
the vessels in port. The Ship Marie
Fi'ederikhe laying in the roadstead
laboring very heavily, and very one
expected her to break adrift. The
Pilot boat Sally broke her moorings,
and came broadside oi the roouks near
the Blacksmith Shop of Mr. St. John#
where she bilg. 'A stuh1bat bauti#
ful sail bU ;| i. W. Paroo
,broke adrlvi.nuit ely stovo to
pieces nea1 t to safte place. At 10
a. m. Barometer at 29.60 wind 60
miles per hour, with a blinding rain,
Fortunately it was low teo, hence,
only rain water in the lower part of
the city had it have been high tide,
much lumber and other property
would hAvn been swept away. At 1,
n. Bar. 29.45, wind 64 miles, rain had
ceased, and the clouds appeared
brten.Itbe gusts of wind became
loss violent, until 4 p. in. whenm the
gloom again iurro4ndideus. The
Stanr. T'W eAw prepared to
leave thI rt, which could not l~e
aeoootplj The U. S. Ste'fteer
gaues, lftr wharf having in tow
the S. 8. Schnr. Matchale ad the
Pilot boat elegraem did the 'ame for
the Bight flr protemtiona eaoh' of the,
vessels behaved handsomely and soon
auohored iua r'fety. As daylight
closed in th0t14*t jrai tally abated;
and by 10 o'ck, itL had peui, its
force-by I ayllgh* nMet morning
1ll wasM ree and pleMsamt.
The 4U so4.1e is very litvo, a'
tew. ~tbing, btess task, ad .,ur
l owder be ads p to

i ,it WM wass o ..

U The numerous friouds of Dr.
Murray, will doubtless be much
pleased at tho record he is making
for himself at the U. S. Marino Hos-
pital at New Orleans. The following
letter from the U. S. Shipping Coni.
missioner, to the Surgeon General at
Washington, speaks for itself.
NEW OiANSA OCT. 2nd 1878.
John M. Woodworth,
Surgeon Gen'. U. S. X. H. S.
Wshington, D. 0.
I would deem myself wanting In the
discharge of my duty, did I fail to call
the attention of the Department over
which you preside to the noble anid
systematic manner in which the w.rk
of the Marine Hospital service at this
port, is oondutodl. Dr. Mumrray, the
Surgeon in charge, has performed his
duty wull, displaying, iun the most
signa l annuer, tl i humanity of the
sorvioo, He has.goen the law the most
liberal interpetation.l No sailor can
say he aiplied for relief anud wus rofus.
ud. Tho service has don ittoself a
marked honor, during the period of our
destitution and distress. The RBv. A.
J. Witherspoon, a ohrlestln Minitoer,
never tailud to visit ourt! sailors giving
them consolation to the last, Wo pray
God to bless all ouur f'

U. S. ShipA oum ltone.

yW The following correspondence
sets at rust all question as to the regu-
larity of tho taomwinations for the Le.
gislatu:e, fr' this coututY. Thesetilli

overty prooodvut too'insure its being
rospectel. '
Foyx Mratut, O0t. 9th 1878
E. 0. Gwvrn, Esq.
I have the pleasure to inform
you, that, you have been uominstil ins
a candidate for the Legislature o nf ih
State, at a regular uejut!.ig of outr
gitleati in bohiarl of *.he Oouaty of
Monroe, witt the Hon. F, A. Heudry
amnd W, 0.. Maloluey, Jr. as Senator.
Yours Reaootfull, ET

Kay Wa, Oct 22nd 1878.
Oitisens of Fort Myers,

Having heard of nmy nomination
by you to thne iext Asemly .of the
State, allow ino u t AlIrtly vto
thauk you for this" W"1 -k of your
Z(eleMted to the Loeislature, I will
geuthe ullest oonfidonce of 5*rlyg'
you, toe our latlsfaetotio ah t
euny ao l -,ahaving no fitih of
my -o* to fj--o wires to ptill-'
bound by no r ine or party int-rtiges
--I o0 prvant ofthe aouutt, to
urgq hboer Vtabes, exBre-a or", ia
hit ho.be 4 *found first and foremost
.M qneetions arisingr, oobkt to
the progress tad welfe of ple State
4tirge, asd oar Ooity Ithmyrtoti.
u'1 ~spsst~uU y

Tribute to thbo Memory ofrv.
Jqiat itvwrF e .lf- 0 0eles,
JD"D.3. Mitop ora t. PaulrM
.Churohe 14Ke i est,
Died Sunday i n(E lug 00t. 18tl, 1878.
At a meeting 'of the Wafden oan4
Vestyian of li t. Pil's QOburok hbld
t the tten on Tas a ein
nt. b1oalrn

to wo a e.
9 e usefulness, o o
of a ORlatf
of V labor ase a bG
S ktea, we his patrtoneers
And d gid it aueaiod duty in
tAjl sad hour To bar solmn witness to
hti many privasmo and public virtues as
man aud a uiastoe, his unfliuohing
davoten tolduty iu miunistrations to
the Ilok, yinag and dead is beia 11pllotty
of llfe, ad. *sIfAltering soal in every
good Mld tobo brk.e .
S hifat, the boostant fidelity
with whh h dischtrged hais duties Me
a minister ohf 0'it,'his faithfulness
and olrYA 1 tbs & of ha ty
and ril t1Tgrofbly ondt0,0d 1him to. ihI
Parisl in e). f fi!khlioh any woids
9frfiorpesiotlttiattfooa our part are
A i vee, That, the bereaved family
atd friends of our lato beloved Rector,
in their distant homes, have our heart.
felt symnpathy in this dark hour of
Resolved, That St. Paul's 0huroh be
suitably draped in i outing m until
Advent,' as xpreostivo of our sorrow at
this great loss.
Resolved, ThFat a copy of these Ro0e.
lutidons be fofvardtc (to thofanily of
our deoeaed Ri itor, through the ifTght
Rev. Bishop of the Diocese, oopios
furnished OCity Papers fbr publication,
the sam. to be .proad upon a u, moral
page of St. P aul a Church Records,
By order of thj Vestry,
Ayiuuin of' 1liu41rO Colniuiwld .
S y Kno,. 1* AllWRlit Ti'Enplaii
Key wVent, eOct. $ Ib.NT.
To the Offitors and Members of
Baron 0omtumndery No. 3 Knights
Your eommittoo appointed to draft
suitable resolutions upon those oath of
Sir Knight J. ( jAWNuOMPl S'TRUL D.
D., who died at Key West, Oct. 18th
1878, in the 80 year of his age, log
leave to submit the following.
WnBaBAB, It hau pleased the Sover-
ign Manster of the Universe in his
itsorutablo wisdom to oall from among
us our beloved Sir Knight J. Lawrence
Stole, and by his deatfi our Command.
ery has lost a worthy member, the
Fraternity a dovotod Biother, and the
community a ust upright citizen
SThqrefo, e b it Jfesolved, that we
sensibly feel tho stroke that has fallen
upon us in this dispensation of ProvI.
deuce and sincerely sympuiatnizxe with
JOuNltj 1tui. LA
Resolved, That we cherish the memory
of our departed Sir Kwight ands en-
deavor to imitate his Masonic virtues
and become nioro efficient mombera of
our honorable Order.
Resolved, That a noinorial pagKO be
set apart in the Records of this Cotin.
mandery 4aitably inseCrilh(, and that
our Agyliul be draped ill inourning and
the Sir Kntights wvutr (thei usual b l de
of iohiirning for thirty d.iys.
Resofcid, Thtait copy of those Bso
lutioits bo forwardedd to the mother of
out deccasud 1i3 Knight aundt a copy of
the saBIUe l publislhed it uAIr City
PUoers. WARRE )
L. W. BETiit lL, Coummitte.,

(CoIm mUNICA'rTD.)

logwool imid coeoanuts. Tb- e wrckers
an.t 1.nsistin l ner.

U0seambla opudniats0 Co11 A
m ovels vmto (
The Po te0op swilu of the St, o
contains toe folotlny

Th A lle o t t ,
d toi fouwig icket for 'UJR 00 ..T .
* h, L. W. a.owly, P. H. Dav.i V-- .
The weather is 'lear and e
mlo endorsing Simon B. Con-. and the health of our city is ozoe t .
S course an candidly, were W u-cs.
v with much onthniIslu, l. Ourn fresh Norther on Wod
s see and lack of printers pro. last, made our people burts w Otf
*6pt% obb is absent and his ao.. .t i.i .. .. ,'
0eptano questionable. L -Are Deake, Catn.g Buson. i~jl
-l, ,a Lixie Deaken, Capt. BU ;oorU lotm
Tbis, announcement has vrodaiced Hava-ta bound tu New Yorkr, -.'
the mtnot stunning efot in the on. .
over camup hereabouts. It puts a A largo favorite oat of -odfer
finalber to the hopes of the.a olief amid (ord o became rabid, abtaofmU a
Uis followers. Heo had better with. iO.'r-..oi near it, and hand. to he Wki
4dw. let hii do so The FLomur. ----' it U. S. Marshal, Mr. J. G.
D ail charges nothing for this advice Jones, sold on Tuesday last, at Auc.
and will antnoumice hiroterotireinit iu iJiul l50 tons of ral-aroad iron, for
few appropriate rotnarks,-Floi;ldiai. 86 per- ton,.
.....*.--- --1 (Goled uslm" is no more. Could(
Msduor-.eneral John W. Butler, of .' r-l-ithr in siiirit nnd icdk his driver
the Florfda Militia, late of Santat Roan I tii deatlI, weo n uld be pleased at the
county, is now one of the bg limn of th.. r' t i bl ioul.
Territory of Utah and holds his own % Thoe SutaIs W- e stern Tepas, loaded
against any saint in the land. H Ly.e i1 "i for New York, i the 25,
having rewarded him with the liOiul'ii t l hi a11.. o o .of ti m te
of Territorial Penitnutiary Ke]por, um 'i aorLiun of tIo car O of the
Florida Butler wont to inlt itltiii" di aii .Urie Frederikae.
tlftor all, WhVhilo will MaailthUs.irltEl' .. y ."Wh. wll ion i nolko
Butor go P To tkse.Cal;itol-.irst,- it ICOi 1.0,t tuo w"nei tily caum buy
,GaeteM m* S'1, el o, North Oareo
The Flou:*i'. butler" neglected to li, .0 Mitr .plo,, le 1"' FV 2, 9-tl.
settle a little a -ii.t. ltbetw i !..en. hi- ....
anc1,1 he Stlto boiorue ho oft. Hu is 17 1,, t ,i t ,, t;i siolpild Beef, self
oue of the Rldical oflle.h-ioldt-rs i rlii: iiBuckwheat, clolou Manple
whose united defialttltios atinnouttod Vs1.' sliklr ldrip sUp'sp, V1el0l
to onie.tbihng lik, 8480,000, itiluding I eave, t, 'iwagad itul it lnaro stock of
.. ," "cwo( an 00118.JOO mtr at removed an
what was stolen I) thg m tllnIIfu' tiuo ronsttloby A. c ARIOL,
several counties. t v the wayv, it r .
liable story is told golig to show Wa learn1 that four of our
Butler'Cs apl)rIcuItin oia t tlo ate It. w bard of Aldciemou .propose to
publicani Conptrollr, )Dr. Cowgill, ofa lay bauk several places, with a rigid
Returning Board notoriety. tDuier tltAraltii, whio tho others are
was Sheriff aud Taix Oollhctor of olp.s ..to it. Thia is sesible. *
Santa lUoaa county, aiid being behind W liro glad'to see plenty of
in hie settlenmeits was writteii to and (f aipi;les in our city, There is no
reminded of his dfittult, This brought uiore heilthy fruit, and we believe the
a letter from hitl to Gov, Steuruis in health of our ladies would be much
which lie decliartd that ho had the butter, if' they would use more apples
money but would not pay it over am in piu-.imalinig.
long as that d-d scound'el L'owgill
was Oomptrollor I" This is a fact, llinrl Aselsor'ne
and the money never was laidd.-Flor.i A B'Riuk r Ullposed to be the HJope
dme, is nshnlr oiu Pickols reef. loaded with

S Our ,xhamics all over the 7 7l. to A, F. t.
Rev. 0. C. Parsons, a colonel 1t1 State, apeak mritoriously of their .- Ba, sobhm', Oowoutitor, Pinder, salt
the Federal army during the war, lBands and other inusi,e VWe do not fh, to ,Win. COuy,,
late canon of St. Mary'a Cathodral at hesitate tco boast that Key West now 84 Yvreo, Br. ship Peter Young, Cain,
Memphis, recently died of the terrible ihas more genuiuo nt taenthan, any (O ode'A, to lW O. .
fever. The Memphis Appeal p. ~c. ctv, town or hamulut iu the State. OT, CLFfARP t OUTUWARDS.
this tribute to his neoy- -. Sniek fishing for the rot sar Keys, s s, I, P. Miller, Gait,
what, 114,ftd irdest(oe dhi g fe th presn
ois trib e tohs o "t .s l' s b. hns, by 3. 3 Phlb rtc k,
Death aimed hbh when lim fated cltle*ly destroyed, owing t h t o 22 havana sohnr. Champion, Peacon,
dart struck d Clls Parsons, inoUs wat< r along tleo Gulf salt.flih, by master.
dart struck down (r r i i Cha rlnes tV "Pit-sl's" "L'A3 VIM YWA, %0ftn. "V<*
l. L ,o jaA U .-. V l;,h tha t a siimgfo suunac naas tOUI by master.
sector of Grace Episcopal ChLuSIrch. ,y,
Yet thf n.. e ..ti t .C.u er able to car ay 'live fish to Cuba. Matsnars schnr, luq, Fogarty, satilt.
Yett t I ,ark walu fair and Aur 11,41' fish, by Fgar.ty & Johnson.
bared for the blow. Into the roow A young gentleman has just Havana, schnr, Competitor, Pinder,
of disease the christiiui soldier march. handed us one of the cheroots be is salt-fish, by Wm. (Curry.
ed, The hand which had allied thei making, to comiipeto for the hand ad Paseitgoula, steam tiy Fox. Tollett,
match to the caiio ono enthe butt li heiit onf Miss Louisa. We\ udvise isia bul. by A. F. lift.
field lifted the dying bead, cheered coumlneti rn to surreudtLr, and save Now York, a. s. Western Texas, El.
with iayeor Ihc ie dating soul; dy I hiii sen!' finun disgrace. dritdgel, nmil.y A-. F. Tift.
'valloni s o his Own., ,th orow- "blvc TOto ,101180I CUSTOHous guO Kt.-yuWENT,FLA.
and inigt to hlis owc tai tnied fpoiuii, To t.r(iin s)i'O iouI)tinons. I -d w o Of aret. 1i i
this man invaded thei strongholds of pu.ncc tol.issltg ,t h:ilf sheet, wo ar CO CTO'S OFICE, OCT 1878.
tll phltgue, C111,iing help to the budy Cr..,w ,..i l coii4l,!l to layv over fir 'h fo. lo. in. M reh.i.i.in'. v.' .
amid the soul of many a striokeu mnu. th Ianesemit, it vluable coamnsuuuuiou. ollowing z.
Death struck hurd amd true. '1o tr t' "Observer." Cato," is in- No.
chivalrous sohdiei, the hoored sb,'u- nable oi ae,,unt of its sourriltv 1 Demijolfti- guadtounte, 86 galls. 182
,Ier of it Hoel, th. c6 rllt poi L ,., 1 M i i "i.-H CiWs, 00 arettes. 183
od West Pointer, the favorites friend,. f,, uI,.licatioul. I euijohni Aguadiento, 4 galls. 185
parlitnirly of the youth of Meu0mlni, WUe ane mnforieu thitu Jaincob 1 do do 4 do 180
i re t.......o hi l ..... Wste testingplurenl the q ban i s iccnty 1ipur iKteg d 10 do '187
OvTr bis gav, i iim rbv, let this be ne i w' os 2 Q uaitr Pipes d 20. guls. en. 188
clti:p t 'us" o cl il, and optili., Ilt le itio S P hi no1 i u 3 )teenujohns dlo 4 do ( i.
SA MA7TYR ROF 78 .1)'' "; eels Cigamettes (2" 00
tl o -N .a.hitu t ttitit Rts, tioLV (ait I Deuiljobml 'Aguanicimte, 46 galls. 195
H0E DI)0) Volt TRE PE1OPM" AOAINXT '. A. l,.titirv, atdl eontouieupllaes doiigI 1 do do 4J do, 197
WVHOM Hu E AD FOUGHTer" a large witld xtonsivo cattle bustuesfs. 1 do do 4J do. 199
-----.eo--o*----- We trust the chanigeo mnay prove a 1 Bottle do 1 qt, 201
'l sho *,Ii Lon s .* ..u.. beueflt to all concerned. 1 do Gin 1 ." "
Tiieu, an ..ce ailvst os Our faut reporter insists that .1 do Wine p1 p. t
From the S lut & Proess;. W cenul ,. Tal flodiersa" Wel coin. 1 do Floroida Wate. .01
Mr. Buesing iun his communication spicuously shown at our late Fimenues tu Pokgs. Plodur tobacco 10 lba. 202
touethes on the important question of Bsils andt oe proposes to pitch into 1 Bdl. & garette paper, 12 pokgs.
the license laws of the stite. The the iuanagers for this soeuting neglect. 2 Flasks Gin, & pts, "
principal seeuis pernicious, aud anti. \VWe aro not disposed to do so, bow. 1 Demijohn Aguadiente.02 galls. "
repubtliun, itaud it must bo otnerousa cverI, lih fault Is entirely with our 1 do Wi10 1 do, "
and detrimental to business. Whe youn'mnen. Their want of gallantry Bags Sugar, 87 lbs .
the inerchant hits paid a stato liccnsi, I unlpardomlnable nd there ought to 1 do Coffee, 12 lbt
county license and also a city, he has Lbo somo' punishment cunmtunsurato Having been seized for violation of
paid out a large sum, and a suina that with this great crie. On thettie t the Ravenue Laiws on July ard 18th
in the end couies out of the mour. occasion our fat reporter will attend, anud 81ti-Aug/tstllth, lath, 16th andt
chant's customers or his profits. If and all who piisse by a lady, shall be 2lt.Septedaii or 4th, and 2 rd.-Ooto.
In addition to this he has to lpay a coilpllcd to dace alone, bare footed. eNotitishe n iven to all parties
license to the fedridl governuneti, it oleis aa" ther i abovpo p e.
ihlivinour h eg 0larisi agaiustthe above o.
mtUSt well nigh discourage huim, The Froi To1 tj1gls. scrhibed Merohandise, to fill the Sane
lirhtclple bolug wrong upon whilhl it lv thu arrival of the U. S. Suhnr. with theo Collector of Customs within
is based, the sooucr tho custom is, M. dhlwes, Caipt, Russell, we learn 20 day's from date hereof.
abolished the bettor for the public that the poisoned water has reached F. N, WICKER.
and tho state. If not discarded il that fortification, and its adjacemlt Uollet or,
full let it be deimauulded of but few Limnds. The dead fish areo so uitimor.
kids of business, end these regiatod 0ls arotiii the place, that thi con-. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.
according to thu nature of thu busi. naunding oflcer is comipelled to e IX weks after date I will apl to
nies ami extent of the options of plrl olc parties to carry them of X weeks aftbor dae wob appte of
tho parties. But to dxct na la, by|'thue art load and bury thu* Monroe (County, for letters of Ad.
from every rchant is but to lldly ItArgo number of fish aro daily seeu ministration upon the Estate of J.
or Indirectly tax the plopla, e andl th o d all artl und th fortaifcati, and Ltawreno, Steele, late of sid COounty,
busintiss of the place, and thereby 4..v t ohe concus o, d other s
rctard its growth and proaelity. io reported ded, other ll-fish deceased. D. CASH.
It will be a glad day when the tax. t is beoleved that the late winds Key West, Oct. 26, '78. (w.)
es of all k'nds are cut down to a rea. frotu the N. and E. tlvo driven the
sonnble basis, and whon the song of dead fish amnd pouisonois water far ....... .
the tax tpayr shall cease to be, give! out into the Gulf. Turtugas is not NOTICE TO TAX-PAYESS.
give I On of tho worst things les thn 1, O miles from theo witiesto T a regular meeting of the Ho
OO amo tb e tltls I uglslaturo 'UsWoas to ililal rell. T a r e o Al eren o actall. 7h
inervasu the nmienibhership of fitaro ..' -- I.. 1 oar i of Aoldcrio. uOut. lBUh
loglesaturs It wnlsl nlt ru tod, itn tho rei llall oe te cW lliestam s. m. O 1878i j. ':Ila
Wtstvt lof ego ouuiy or of good legi- or of .. ._ .. olved a.. OrdthITi s t- N
tlonut ite rvers. w Oe son torn t m delhtful rinlo s after Deeiber is I7JL, .
and two muenlbors o the t sseemubic, ovti o" t i. tlso-tu i4( ee6"pa u etVeues. 'Tae remainiauug i teddI'flU
could and would t(ticd to the bui. (lay eveulung last &tthe aoMnsonio Hea.ll, year 1875 to 187 iuolusivoe the
ness this.coi, as well, i ot the aimspioe of the Columbian perty &shall be advertised uwuld sol, of
betttr,t thinal, rconit fout rne. 1M ure xc of ul City, ehio o i .so much temeofa s will pays aid taxes
bers. It isnot in the number bit li"nhers ex.ceeded a ..ret.f.re Detiqauent.s are respectfully r e.
the kd or chuaraucter of th members t i ql 0t Adsee
Ithat dotet'nes li worth a value Thu rt M.t siste. f tW.D. ALBURY.
.thu .ete .rneso1 in wo r .am ntiin tua r dhiir Ui telIco.ls, ianmsdatde la Oot 26th 1878.
of. the Stte of a legishau.Cv. body. TAie most uag.ifccmnmt t hispay.l I ..
te u d e n c v I s to ni a k e th e iua wv. sa k h meg a n d0 s qi.t a c o 1 c la es ( wve Se utt. U 11at e ..
body too cubersoe nd overi. o inua nte deiI WANT

grown. ag lein e. The W3n Al A.t
As io winell r ie, the less rsti., ll o. general n u 16 re.

ienby etneah e r Bitoo nt, vsnttl '- -ld o.. rn t ivel stat.is Mir. 8 l o .l
trii stcl oseTt8les s tmxas ui.'l.c e ll aIqas iatn 8 Ill t a ttim lo f alI
.t..he ste.. Tle. less ti re l et S The hut hii affiir ids 'llOnoilom i he -1 y 1 inaisiao beu1u.g the best of
ft~ ? n heolej lproslier. Lot ul1./till p/h .Se laholteutimbinmama,
nu b rty o s ta te s m nuim mu r s lit to h u gle htutif o ld t1 iim m fs a nm s t g iv oe a w a y M r. t 1 e'- e, l . f t. .. . c e .
candidates thig of this natter. f Momab o jlur hpulihug duwmT a large wood. .
-- fili wir, hious.e oml the premises cf '. i < B
a \Vil ,t Co pro palsitory to e.oeuting ; .
TeloRisIaplle Nso i. anotlur of b.i.k, aud irs.proof, Thi '
WAsHuomNu, -. C. 2:11.-A h'1 It 6 1, ill thu reigldreeoun i al
ai !t acoi nl iy n nbmilJiiigscreaietnthe 'ul a r 1,`1
widmlfLrot the Northeast passed ovur I of our ,ily ought to be iore-ppAt, s -
'the city last night, ftrom 1 umtil 7 th:s I hence, wlun the devourIn. eloleijt .j 1' ,; i"
.Iolanioi;g hq wind was very high, mun.! comes 1,long, all will not be 163l. .*si, .,i
rouftl" ghous., uprooting troot ,timd Howm many of our p0Pi bhave eon. 1? @ ,.^<
dting other' lauage. Owing to the sidereil the effeots or a ro on Front' -i "'
storm,, te Signal Offle ruivd oulym Stret-In the milat of our lar. C ,
341 mae.,an the mcml i 1li10) repamts fro .th -.. house. -n.iw- .''"The"amaftl'rl
W e wa- f' Orlems oueld accrue sto every oneb, i.
Si almost our e ton u 1 0o

S1. .

malh 1000. In. dit to y.an
boxes, he uarnis bv Ma :woad-'1 a
large number of fdtI ls In the O0tv.
o, tale

Peat-oi who bl 1 JS thin. di e o
tion weak and)lVer ffgsh., ore aoat'.1
liable to the attacks of malarial disease,
The most trinla s posute may, under
suoh o0optdtons, iuteot a sysuma which,
if hoalthy, wOuld resist the nilasmatio
taint. Tho oily way to sooui- immuu.
nity froim inalarla hi ut nudltes where it
is prevalent, is to tone and regulate the
stem by lniproYing weakened diges.
tlon, *nIlChing theo blood eti e*Itn a
wholesdlne Impetus to 'biliary "seerrtion.
These results atr aooompllsbed by noth.
ing so efectivoly nas Hostetter's Stom.
ai h Bitter, which long experience baa
proved to be the most iellable safeguard
against fover and aguo and kindred die.
orders, as well as tho beat remedy. The
Bittors areo, moreover, an excellent in.
vigorant of the organ of urination, and
an active depurent. eliminating from
the blood those, acrid impurities which
originate rheumatic ailuimunts,

'19 Bay, ehnr, Ohampion, Poacon, salt
fish, to matter,
20 Cedar Keys, s. a, L, P. Miller, Galt,
mails, to J. J. Philbrio.'
Tampioo, Mex. sohur. Comet, Bty.
less, to masterr.
Bayscohm. Ino, Fogarty, salt fish,
to Frogarty & Johnson.
-- "Phillarlnhln. isteil tuFox. V Tollhtt

SLmiutowiiW D5UoT NO, 6.
vqtbimff Preeuidtq arebaods* of J.
5.5clua]ej. 31thisaloosahatehiq
v''4 ..

mam, .Ih%5%,

a oircrnimr !i Otj
Check the
pils dilate. ': i
fiared owe d
o headache, wih r throbbln"
'fth. eaii ant unt iicaretion
allval fl my or ti t... ua breath
-very fol, t ,cular S I morningS
appetitevaerabsle, ome mevor&cious,
with a gnawing sona jon of the stoni.
-kLc at others, entryi.one ; fleeting
patis n the stomact4nil occasional
nautea and vonmiting violent pains
throughout the abdomen bowels ir-
regular, at time: costive; stools sllmy;
not unfrtequently thintd wIth blood;
bell_'iwollen aml ]tartd; urine turbidi
respiration occasionally diMcilt, end
accompanied by lih-rough; cough
sometimes dry and convulsive ; uneasy
and disturbed sleep, wirhi findingg of
tho toeth temper variable, but gener-
ally Irrltabe, &c.
Whenever the aove stYmptomes
art rmultI exist,
will certainly effect a cure.
.n any form; it is nn innocent prepara-
tion, not capable of doing the slightest
tinjy/0 to/u tt ot /elldcr- 10J'e. s
The genuine Di. MCLANE'S VER.
MtrUor bears the signatures of C. Mc.
wrapper. :0:-

are not recomniandedl n n remedy "for all
the ills that flesh is heir toe" but It affections
of the liver, ant in all Blilous Complaints,
Dyspepsla and Sick Ileadache or diseases of
that character, they stanidl witlhout a rival,
No better cathartic can be used prepamrtory
to, or after taking Quinine.
As a simpio purgative they are unequaled.
The genuine a c never suoar coated.
Each box hasa redi wax see on the lid with
the impression Da. McLANl's Ltvun P .ILLS
Each wrapper earn the signatures of C.
MeCLANX an Sd FL.EMINO BS os. ')
InslIt upon having ithe genuine 'Dr, C. Me.
LANx's Livx PII.I.S, prepared by Fleming
Bros., of Pittsburgh, Ia., the nmiarket beitt
full of W 1.4 o3 uaIwwet Mcs3 e kd"-
.*p0J1ed 4.'rdenjy mua scae iaeus, tiaont,

A N itenui,.eul and detailed aceonmut
.[t of the receipts atIe di s(iniuisenitnuts
of the lpresont School Bonitd of this
'uoiop County, for the scholastic
year entdiing Septoitnber '30th 1878.
Oct. 19, '78. (3 ins.)

ut tho Stand formerly oOculicid iby Dr.
Flemming St. Key West, Fla.
F or the convenience of mny custoiners
residing in the upper portion ofi ho
city, and for the public generally, I ha]ie
estaibHlishod a Branch Drug Store, at ith
above place, wheor will bo found ait ull
times, a full supIply of
Patent Medloines,
FancgU Goode,
coo &o. Co.
Prescriptions will be carefully dispens-
od at all hou, !. "-*:
Sat all OHNSON.,
Key West, Oct. 19th 1878. *
*At a minting of the Board of County
Commissioners of Monroe County, the
following named persons were appoint.
ed Inspectors of Eleutlon for their ru.
spectivo Election Districts, to. serve at
a General Election to be hold oh Moi.
day, NoVember 5th, 1878. viz
Voting Precinot at the Comity Court
John W. Sawyer, S.S Curry,
John. B. Farquharson.
Voting Precinct at the City Hll.
PFred. W. Johnson. lobcrt Watson,
John J. Dolaney.

Voting Precinct at the house of Ja.,
R. Cumity on Eaton Street, near thoe i.
sidoeas of Dr. V. Harrtis.
..*.. o. r Inspetotrs.'
J. h~n .Blunu i nahm e Batlum,

Voteit Precinct, Panta Russa, at F.
A. Hcndiy's warehouse.
Wm. Pitt Allen, W. B. Oyorton,

V voting Preinot' at the store of A. F.
Frierson & Co Fort Myers,
.,. Inspeetors,
Jehu J. Bluuut, Frank J. Wilson,
aames E. Hoeuky,

p ,, ..

J .AInul hrnodlisir the 1 o1
tl or th sulnr Floridas

IlS hftol Seeretary of I! nria ^
Stte of Iorida, do hereby notify all
A~d u#nlar the Sheriffs ot the
CoT1uties of tht e b of Florida, that
WItti Alk D 'at J1i0 COUNTY IN
On 2ul(dly Ia t BRwosedi' the lot
Monday in eove-mber, A. D. 1878,
the said Tuioday being the 8th
day 0f4jaid November.
For V one Retesentative of tlhe First
Cougressional District of Florida in
tho Furty.sixth Congress of the Uni.
ted Atates I
For one ReprAentativo of the
cond Congressional District of Flori.,
da in the Forty-sixth Congress of the "
United States.
And on the samun day a General
Election will be hold.
Tn the County of Santa Ros for a
ionator from the Scuond Seuntorial
District 1
In the Counties of Wushin 'on and
Holmes for a Senator from t' Fourth
Senatorial District I
In the County of Oads'len ,. a Sen.
tor f,.na the Sixth Scnntori Ditriuct I
In the County of Leon f, BSuator'
from tl' Eighth Henatori strict ;
In the County of MaddiF ,or a Sena.
to- from tho Tenth Senat Distriot
In tl" Countiesof Tn l ud L fey-
etto for a ib6hator from i. ,vcfll'th i.i.
atorial District;
In the county of Columbia four Sena-
tor from the luiourteeuth Senator. Dis.-
tricb I
In tho Cou.ty of Nassaufor a Scna.
tor from the Sixteenth Sunator' Di,.
In the County of Duval for n fnator'
f'im thi Eighteenth aHnator. Dil.
trist I
In the County of Orango for to ena.
(or fromut the Twentieth Sentor..- Dis.
trict ;I
Tn the County of Hernando for it Sen.
ator from the Twonty.secoud Senaitorial
District ;
In the County of Monroe for a Sena.
tor from the Twenty-fourth Senatorui
District I
In the County of Walton fur n Seia.
tur front the Twenty.fifth Sunatornal
SIn Lho County Suwannee for a S It8 1.
tor from the Twenty-sixth S entorial
District; i
In the Counties of Polk and Mai *.r
for a Senator from the Twenty.-seventh
Senatorial District ;
In the C'"nties of Clay and Baker for
it Stenitor tetin the Twenty-eighth Suai.
tori' ')istnict;
Li ,riu County of Volusia for .r Sela.
tor from the 'wenty-ninth S. 'oriel
District ; ,
IIIthe Cuimty of Hillsloroutgh .,r t
In the C(.
ator f-tll
District :

ti et it

th there
torI, liit!
th eri l
u'Irc-iAion v i ,

i ia ''n irt
itsll stL' il hlr ti

tim ml of a,

eston .ty lct
ililt t' o

tite of t lot

three; Alcbua coh..
county ittiBaker c ty
county two Dv county unI, st
Johns county two, Voluacounty onl;
Orui outty two ; Putnai county
dt. rcicuunt o t

cotyiny two; Hernando count two Iil-
oty two; tr woi'r k cu .ol .j t
Bread county o ne; Mo ko county ut
ouAnd on the same ayn theree, ill 1
Oraed noe county t o Putnh county
twoea; elrion uty two ; Cosrtler scu eh
ty two Hernando co inty two It ill.t
orong a cotanty two e pyolk county odn e

And on the ano dey tcunty; will hro
held hi eah county ofr thy Stalt l

Ghnoral lectih n for Constables, herah
tohaty being allowed and entitled toi
ole a onttabw o for every tnl r o lesnsfth
rogretered voters in the county prs.
thae mi ore than twelve tonstable a yot

tot taoh c to e s bo entitled i to alt
leaet twoe in the outabl, regards f thrn

a paper in the county; mmd if there be
no paper published in the. county they
shall cause at least five copies of thi
notice to be posted in the most public
places in the county.
hr the information of ell concerned,
and In obedience to the requirements of
the law, I have caused to be published
the laws governing elections, mnd shall
forward opies of th ue aein to the Ol'rki '
of the Circuit Courts in the several

countcs. .
In testimony wTu .4t, i have here.
unto set L.- hand and hav
hereunto affixed the Groat Seflr
[L.S.] of the State of Florida, at Tal-
lahassoe, the Capital, this. six.
teeth day of August, A, D.
Secretary of State.
Aug. 31, '78. '

Itelntllm to bV4II or n" c4nvel.
tiell to itevioe tie (cillatilt.
The People qf the State nf Fliid,a.
represented in Senate aml Assembly, .,i
resolve as follows That it sl the detoti.
mination of this Lugialatute th,, it is
necessary to oeatt a revision o'f the
1,tire CUoustitation of the Stnte or
lorida a that tis determination be
entered upon the respeoive journiils or
the two houses of this Legislature. hith
the yeas And nays, aud that. those amine i
mrd to the Legislature next hbur-.
e to be ahuosen, and shall bu publ]iqh.
in at least three newspapers of this
S _for threo months before the tim.
sing the eoxt Logislaturo.
&,BLOXHA. soortalry ,,f

, .. C :. '.

A 35 ,,,., vio