Group Title: Key of the Gulf (Key West, Fla. : 1855)
Title: Key of the Gulf
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Title: Key of the Gulf
Uniform Title: Key of the Gulf (Key West, Fla. : 1855)
Key of the Gulf (Key West, Fla. 1855)
Physical Description: v. : ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Key of the Gulf
Publisher: Wm. H. Ward
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Publication Date: October 14, 1882
Frequency: weekly (published every saturday)
weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
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).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00048587
Volume ID: VID00006
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: ltuf - AKN0309
oclc - 11257649
alephbibnum - 002042445
lccn - sn 84027561

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VO __.L XVNO32. KEY A..


KEY OF THE GULF.
JIu BRIYSON #0 J.ENKS.
,xal- o)rn'w-Ou Ouveranment it1narv,
rt11,111 City 1'Pot ()ffio.
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I.CaI(.1111 31 RIe YIoSaaIasKr .


* yiin.t'i Dr. .1. W. V. It. Pliunituor.
0,irliili William A. Gwykn.lnlH
Ymm riwk W'. Kniglit.
TAX~ ASS4'ESSOR -Fri'tuit AdamsN.
'Tex Cmr.t....ort --Wil. N. W'atmou.
'1tw:.ksunit4 -l ChatrIuN Curry.
jitAitTI Or Ali1`tVit'qN-WilhiAtti I130t101,
1'rtisirelgt; 1. Wi. Jot..,. i, 11. T..
Klrlight, chim It2. Adalmlu, II t. 31 tuv-
emm, W. A. ornell, M .. Clnrry, ad.
Il. C: l.oc, Miuntol llobtrt.
M11yor's Ctourt hultl Ili Council nootun,
A11n1 st." hutwoen Groene atid Carolina.
F DAVARTXR(THNT.
('it.:'-U, Ij. F. F. I)ower..; AN4.tiat..--
Witi. W. floyl". All.lo E. Curry.
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T)WASU111-39-11011j. A, lilffml.
stcaetul :1 ;--Reot'ene, No. I (bntton);
IAIonrm-, ',a. 2 (WlnttonH1, and Sunny Soxthl
N,()(ilhly). 3e idod eiroseral Hlome Comi-
1t1Lttim a ttitd f huk Inil Ltublur Orrgialiiu.
tien. 'I'tat mlt(mblirubilt. about ;00. ttt len.
Iral Id ultukdtjtittrR 8f 01e1T rtment, Aisno St.
itetwcuai (irtwio auti Carolie.
TIMUD OFcl 'I BADR.
plmsmuvrIS. .1n. J De"~llney: Vice Plrosi
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toilelt Emblslmed &a& forwarded to Ments~
Pbgpliciix, Pr e-84rlrptioll.4 443,0111-11tlI)y
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'I'1,ii111cro Ilass ls tesrc irt

EDUARDO H. ATO
MaIuitificletil'et' of

Faotorles No. 13:, :38, 30 &- 197

BrAncoh Offeos 273 Pearl Street,
NEW YORK.
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iti thtsnceJ~ lr~ (t~ the iti)oc. itsl 2 Absolutely Pure.
rd V~uedoaaysat 71 o'clock. %
3. W, L l, M Tias powder over tl des. A muiat'vol
I..IEIofit plurity, trentAt ant11d witolosout e.e.icwU
CO F.i'Etd *0l. 1)C'1 or ooito)uiieialI tha l mtti ht omiit~t~ry
t i t I.ind.. 1 111anot )Lhol oill eii coopt utitlon
wIth the lut1t't lo of lowv t to-4 u wt
Mocte at.' Odd. FX'c~lowa __ weights 11titiv o poilph )pivito powders.
Sold Only 'b& 0thvt and itovi B 'tKINO
H,.tll oil1 the 2 m1ll atul 4th~ E JABU Pct\orR Co., 100 Wa'll-st. N. Y.
Friday, at 8-.P. fpJ, ALgU O (ct. 17 85'
~.1. t.I BE11* Rib laIIDV Pe wfleailt 1111d S11 imy t Y
E. JI. locic. Ln itiee' htat th teu Old 'Stanod and 1111 DRESSIVI AK IG.

3. 0). FITRXISIIINQ 0OODS IVU3. 'A. MOFFAT htii opened n a
N-itteitis, Ftfitet y ( ttit 1 tc ,,cker3i, .I pleai sg Roomut
d C:~n~~'nr F v'cwl 'R.S \V41lolw.
KEY WEST LODDE. No. 13. Wore. t If nitrrwit", ii' t'i .eq
Sloet.4 at Odil Fellie ir Idill evory\' )IIVt (wtitht Cvoy 'l ittittte' tl i 'titt f illthiDon.
Alou' it p.t. HOUSE FU ;INISsiN G GOODS illlt Dt'e"'t itlt zttls l'.i"n it' E lh
N. . HtyloS, lit the 9 111bttt t. j)o) .Ii.iI titjftC0.
1PROVISIONS, et c ci .'~trn. ltni \Pr.yb nutiol
P T. &c.RScSt u o L 0;1)( tity ill t1)tting fl
-.~~~~~~~a mii~u.lttn..tn wo-Antas fikshit u.
'r'lit t.I4016T F e~ ivs (ioodIgAvii iibe of t1i.1c fits. Pleaotei~* ll uitd excamiti Romet
I fered to iy y eust oin.t4tIII tt lowt 't'st 0$ ofitt h 'or 'k it, t'(ifor go sjmilzJscwhetIc,
fuor, ca.tlt. Juleo 5 188., Key West July 12 1 St
Jt~N. 11F)CKBf. C'HAS. CG, lIES.

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to 11 14TECc
rA 1C.KER ,&.Q OR

el.C3, c> :m BReal Estate .* & Eoall A g el eJ
qut-i't lor tito h Noitt 3. (i t st.
11:11I 0411111ll, 111tctg evecry ILU'll'Iny
niuiit at. 7ul o'ioik in Elizalieth St.
Jto. A. swu"i.'tNi, lP i n IIiO' fornmed a, Copartnierhip% ve are pre-
AtItItuwa. D. 'I'. Mj),114l to Ilegotlate transfers of Rleal 1>4-
SAMii. KRitw, .. Iltt ta tv, 1lf"eet b1)a1lH, Clollect Itents, Pay Tax-
eis fol.1 .loll- il4n..'d ll0t tshCProctre Abstractsi'tiCtM
IlakN. I Of Tltles, &cx Sale of city lots anld large
tralctS ofIi111( oui the Island of KeIyAA~re We a
10RIUWTE, :48. A. WADDELL, We have the describ-
1411114 ~Led iands situated onl the Island for sale.
JO H N WH I T E B AN K. The Cash property comprisiug S() ,
Capital, $100,.1 1 Surplus, $150,000. CereS Ihlu,'1d1ing thO Salt P'011(1.4 $ 100,000
LiteE now uiily fior thet hI'tteoir 0a-lm
inotliitiin 0e friend.; inml thit pldoliv. Part of'Tract No. 2 omprising'622
illt-itl u t..id AtI. acres, ftol rlce apply- to agency.
Exeilttingiu onil NwYok New i Or. The Rutisseill Eftute, 91i acres, 2f1,00()
leatioLind Hatanboutight nud ould tt it ul of J. (I. 1\CIOn. 6.0()
thu HeBtik. (olvi'et St.
i 4Also ThIrteen (1 3) adjacent IsieHlIIms
em-. rachig it boutt 2,92 00 Iacres,
iste 1nssia otf'cy 11evi.
Capital $OO~o.pori~ton of whIch are well Set Withl
I p a. $60 0I0, p tllrifty c(ocoanult trees, soldt intact 40,000
B. 11, GATO. Viuo vvsidellt. Andiv11l14 othex valitaIle 1111(1.
G V. ATLLEN, Ctshiei'.Temporary ()ll.'u at.eho4 WtiChii, Opposite t-raplt ()ffito.
ff.'I r *d it9 ntil" All P SAISU ij..&roif


w>.^ .ralzIo on aui rwm i s oUgU
and Bold Deposits received and
Interest Paid, 4.P
.RONTo STREET.
OFFICE H(URS A M to 3 P. It.

J,. J. PH'LBRICK,.
Slpply, Oommillon and Forwardilg


KEY WEST, FLA.
leest Auiintrcite n ml Bitmhinminus
Otlti, Woud p d Water counettutl9' on
haul. iSupl'erior facilities for encling
sateRiaers. Oltuignmente soliciteid.
SPrlouipt ntlt.te.timn giveento din.lntr';ing,
reu Hloipixg tinl tiale of ciirges. (Lintis
L uf hbor,,w frnuiahod on sh-rt noti..,


AUJUTI p W 11 4l1 WOOD,
Qr MASdTK, ,amiBwot a.
Metsets a no4.rhoIt.
St IsThut amy al y of
oach montl.:

FOR SALE,
The U dersigned is prelircd to act.
couniodato those who desire Drafts
on NewYork. JOHN wIIrTE.


B EN.NER'S


Florida Sall Line

,NEW YORK TO KEY WEST.
S;iliit. S ig i.inm ,II ly. 1 Freigllt
I' rlff ttorwiirnI'll (i t elll|li'ttiot()O to
N. A. HSNN EIt & Co,,
19 O1l Sliil, N. Y
|Intiiiitrn~ effected tId rI- ipen policy
if thil. l)iue? jt 1 por ormtt. ull'i.,r d'eck,
tiitl 'petr rcont. o(n deck
spreileI ttel- ltt i i lmi t o t.hil p i.hn11
ti'.d s:lte of aIll kinaIs of InLorCUi'lllll d
strictly' ttI co,i. ".ioiti. .
0cr'tl piP lt0II .( -uli.'iteitl, o n
Ait.. 2 *

1THOG, JR. RUSSELL,
-B3UILDER AND-
C NRACJ O IH.
8IMONTON STREET.'
\'l Italurnish .E.tl0ntften fore
Jual t fl4ns .uilth (W' withoutt uin.
teritlos ou short notice.
ContM actst will le taken upon
Fair Terlm't, andl -woik gua:iraitud
first class.
ALRO
Agent for the BUFFALO SASH
COMPANY, at pvriey that must secure
the trade.
liev West. At'l. 12th '8i.


The Moscotte.


JAS. I1. lSHlI KLEFORDI),
UEAI..lIt IN
DRY GOODS,1
GRiOCERIES & NOTIONS,
7'" Cheap sales iday every Monday.
Don't forcgt the lplce, ,

C'vr. D vail and lPetron.it Sts.
Oct It
-.
J.), BAE/O & (CO.
is" LChueapest Sior itn, K. ov W t.
DUA.LFuS IN

DRY GOODS
GRlOCEtlIES, CLOTHING, l]O0'Sl'; I
8IIOlS, IIAT.S, CAP3, NOTJON.i

GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS'
Co.rnec' Simhtoiui. ni A.i0ult Stri'ett,
KEY WE'ST. FLA.

1887 - 1888
TIHE WEEKLY
'Natibal Repubicaa
Only #1, for V Yearos.
This o,.ie4 nfol4tt'ithWl next
PRlESBlB1 TMA4t CitA4fA N1J.
RspltsIkst luiii D a& ow ao t Vaok
ipa ltedbl St lotlis 3 o 8 08a sib t it th P .
Ptitu'te tsenaig 5 .bserlbere luth $5
will rst e ulve h vxtr eat py.f. ;. "
E.. W, Fox,
President itnd Manaer,
WIYaillnqtoal, D. C.


AbMey'lbspBIa~ I sosl t.uiseight tiuo eklsn amnd .t W
SIt ebeor, and bid4.4bl4je:mM time,
.It shows my tiuod, ipifatint too

A FATAL MIST i fD Bnt tellIs in,kldly aoid t low,
-~ If t flowtre that yet svaih grset ty eyes,
b~I9 q (Q s8 eA)r bO4rts most slow,
'"Bp-rI~iq F 4" (i^llag fl pries se.
of February 28d, 1883, pu Ib. 1fiY1rft1airsot.a4e^,^M..
lished a; account of a fatal BT te I at efore y upwar' path
r Before I striku down idvorse fat.
surgical operation wiich caused Or with sweet gifts appease its wrath.
a great commotion among med. It tells me that the spark divine
ical t ii l ,Is glowing brighter with each hotir,
ICal mLen th'o1 tout the whole And soon again the trailing vino
country, Dr. 'T':nycr, the mobt Sall rest upon the heights of power I
eminent surgeon in Cleveland, ily soul tonight, so braves ndA strong,
S. m iles at uby etoger quoestoninggaiR
pronouncing it sertidnnlo.ou It And says fro t oeti tle gathelring
ltbrong,
appears that a Mrs. King had Fll Ioou shall como the happy days.
been suffering for minany years -HAItTOX JAY.
from some disease of the stom. The 1 '-,
,. h i The August Harper"s contains the
ach, which had resisted. the first of two articles by Howard Pyle
treatment of all the physicians upon the thrilling theme of "Buoca.
in attendance. Th disease "ners and Marooners of the Spm8sh
in at Th se Main.,, Mr. Pyle gives briefly the
commenced with a slight de- accurate history of these eliteeoith-
rangement of the digestioD, century pirates, about whom the
with a poor'appetit, world hts hitherto hoard only exclt.
ith a poor appetite, followed ng fiction. But the calm recital of
by a peculiar indescribable dis. the deeds of 'theso Frenchmen and
tress in the stomach, a feel Englishmen, wh6 o reckless thirst
Si i for gold led them to plunder every
that has been described as a promising hoard of Spanish treasure,
faint "all gone" sensation, a tblows that the fact was often more
Romantic than the fiction, as may be
sticky slime collecting about gathered from the spoils aceumulat-
the teeth, ctasing a disagree. ed by Captalu Henry Morgan. Of
able tae This snsation wa im the hitorian says: "The wealth
able ot e. This inton ws plndrod at Panama could hardly
Mot TefrmtIc d y buoA, t, Oh fm^f i\\ i t of 4 ini?-
the contrary, it was increased. lion and a half of' dollars. Coi-
pAfter a while the hands and tflg at this reasonable figure, tho
After a while the handsand ewon b y Morga the
feet became cold and sticky-- Vest Indies would make a grand
a cold perspiration. There total of $8,650,000 as the vast har.
was a constant tired and lan. vest of plundor. With this fabulous
'soid feeling. Then followed a wealth, wrooched from the Spaniards
r ful nervousness, with my means of the rack and the cord,
l. nerv nessand pilfered front 1 companions by
loomy forcbdiugas. F allU the meanest of tlovievng, Captain
te patient avas unable e .on 4 Mo retired from buslneso
tain any food whn 1L er, i -r iwiiaf 4er fmout 1,

abdomen. Allp resFri AS K W '?'
m I. A ed ovoior Ie rich slab.
edies failing to give relief, a Jaialca" Four full-page eng.
cobultation wns held, when it wings after Mr. Pyle's paintings vivih
was decided ,that the patient ly illustrate the article. One of those,
had a cancer in the stomach, representing two dead buccaneers
and in order tosave the patient's stretched out dead on the Tortugas
life an opertiotlo was jtutil.t be1ch, is tie frontisplece of the num-
able. Aecorctiurl:, on the 22d -- .1.
rf Fevf.,uri 1 l: +.n n1T ~ Florida Gerown alatra.


tion was perlforicld by Dr.
Vance in tho presence of Dr.
Tuckermnn, Dr. Perrier, Dr.
Arms, Dr. G orlon, Dr.Capner,
and Dir. HIlliwellof the Police
Board. Tho operation consist-
ed in laying open the cavity
of the abdomen and exposing
the stomach and bowels. When
this had been done an examine.
action of the organs was made,
but to the horror and dismay
of the doctors there was no
cancer to be found. The pa.
tient did not have a cancer.
When too Into the medical men
discovered lhat they ha d made
a terrible .miittOke; but they
sewed the parts together and
dressed the wound that they
had made, but the pooor woman
sank from exhaustcin and died
in a few hours. iLow sad It
must be for the husband of this
poor woman to know t!.a:t Lis
wife died from the cff ots aofa
surgical operation tliat ought
never to have bet performed.
If this woman Lad taken the
proper remedy for Dyspopsia
and Nervous Prostration (for
this was what thil disease really
was), she would hitve been liv.
ing to-day. SiiAKERt EXTRAC r O
RoOTS, or Smiax's CXTRATIVB
SYRUP, a remedy made ex-
pressly for Dyspepala or Indi..
gestion, .mI, restored many such
cases to perfect health after all
other kin(d> ;'f treatment have
fed. 'The evidCece of its
Y j(f c. im curing this class of
cases is too voluminous to b6
published here but those who
read the published evidence in
favof of this dyspoptio remedy
do not question its convincing
nature, and the article hu ae
4extesve sale, ,. -.... .

S What He aRowed With.
Snapping Uncle,-"No George, Ill
not help yo'u witp a solitary red, You
must paddle your own cinoe"
Despairing lNphew--"But wit
ith, uncle"'
S':A skull-iko I f _.-Lk.1'bW. d


I Luk- Citty TobaIo Plant.1
The editor of the Fort 1yora Pres.
geds us from tlat .plase several
leaves of Sumatra tobacco' f that
locality's production, which o are
bound to pronounce first-classl i
every respect. He says that "It lia
not been properly handled or
roared but. that "an expert there
says there is no question but that t
could be nade a superior wrapper,
tad command in New York, Havana
and Key West $1.50 to 84 a pound,"
adding "our people are turning their
tttentonu to tobacco.".
The samples sent us are very fine
thibiting ull that delicacy, combined
with strength of texture, which gives
to the, imported Samatra its great'
popularity as a wrapper. We sub-
mitted them to Mr. .. A. Gonzales,
Superintendent of Perry & Ca'a cigar
factory here, and he was delighted
with them. He is a Cuban, and an
expert in cigar tobaccos, and pro-
uounces'this as fine as anything he
ever saw. The price named pay be
somewhat above the mark but there
can be no question as to the quality.
Florida from the Perdido to t he
Caloosahatchle, is bound to come to
the front, in the matter of this impor-
tant industry.
Mr. Gonzales rolled for the editor
of the T'obacco Plant a cigar of extra
bulk and length, using half 'a leaf
from one of these samples for wrap-
ping, which in point of beauty and
smoothness will compare with ainy.
thing in the market.
ItaUaa Orangos retoh Moi* Than
floritda'*
Quotations indicate that Mediter.
ranean oranges are selling in North-
ern market for $4.80 to $6 per box,
and lemons from $5.50 to $7.50 per
ease. Theso oranges "ripened up"
about the same time as did Florida's
last crop ot a million and a quarter
boxes. 'And our fruit sold at an
average of about a dollar and a half
a4.x. 'Tl,"hlazya Itallatd seems to
be "getting thore" most remarkably,
in spite of our boosted Amerlcan
smartness.-Jacksonville Dispatch.
Iftwayn t the Ars ntI '
The ArA6ntine ,. pubhlo is ,dAv l.
hoping Its great prjlri country Id the
same way a the Valley of the MIs.
aissippihas been developed by a.net.
work pfrailways, which seem to be
forming much aa the Granger yes-
tems were j frmed-ralways closely
associated with settlement, the cou-
struation of towns, and the devel-
opment of the agricultural and other
resources.-Iondon Settler.


News of lMe IV..7.


The ity of Mexioo is threatened l with
inunditlon.
Coffee is soelitg at thirty cents a
pound in Mazatl.an ."
Poter (OCnigihr r6itutlnel d to Ft.
Myers to Iaslde p'diili~eiitly.
Georgia is passing a bil'tliaing each
wine room in Atlamta $10,000,;' a sort
of prohibitory, oaot.nent:': 4
The neet convention of the Inter-
national Typogrvpbichal. Uniun will hu
beld in k.iutiilty, Mo. thefirst Muon.
day inJul'' '
Thu Supromaes i 'ig thei Anuicnt
Order of ,t.flti Wo IWark i is iln i sUio
at li k e fivr e Stnttos and
Territqo. ye'tiTosouted:
The n S^ie,'lof two.oont postagi
1s1itmum. 1 made will tIe changed
froMntni'btti millori greuu.
Th ovince of
?deiia ~te,. by '
wor toa boon

Pteberg hos been
ap ueen Victortt
to th I $. ps read.
noug 4 1 of 'rei of

Th e a CsAai conm-
aroutd that th
eotir' a with re- '
eating rl
Shnat pt lftor aplaus
ant visit 44 :s ,tth week to
Ohnrlestoi,. dagugbter Daisy has
just taken a ~auttAian War afoot, akls
ing a distance of 14 jiles.


C lit,


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And sti40
And as shoe t ne,

5n lt
Flit by Ho soft.aa ns g
.IC Spanulah mus a : 4

Hook oni thinfie t ,
To boatman' u' ong I Iof oars,
By sturdy Sau4 led,
I wonder if a t Ithoe
Who lived anO d died
Within her "g Inygone ny-r

Mothirl bairS in that old time ctutrot
I hor tll iiat their prayer,
And as Il 9t awe
Their spf lthe'aih'
The tr'eets it Itofiistolies "
Of other ti aid men,
The atuntial t Ohd r'oll of druNs
S'eioum ocol 'e the,.
0 city on who a at. birth: *
Our country litb pride .
Beneath whose o o f fortress wall
. Fo many bnrvu blf iid.
Whosoold sea.walla.tq~iy remain
Along the ocean lade'.':
May By and Laurir'uji gled be
Above their silent doa-
Jatckson;lll i i'we-U'era,'l.
serious Indian eottirealt In Dollvia,
"We have previously reported," says
a late number of the Panama Star and
Herald," that f picket of soldiers sent
to the Beon province of Bolivia by the
a PaPs aubborities bad been out of by
the Indians, and now some further par.
ticularsa re at hand.
They were attacked and all were kill.
ed, with the ooeepti9n of those who sue.
ooeded in reaching a small chapel.. Hero
they defended themselves for three day'i
and finally, when their anitiunition was
exbiusted, endeavored to escape but
were overtaken and clubbed to death
and then quartered".
O.... .'.Pivnmg partuitoArs of this
"' eot Sent seven tmis.:
':t f'".'" a. Of those sevoe,
i '- ltwed t '


i ue7y. ;ur r,,ed. One
leg ,... l ofa horse and
the other leg was ', to the tail of ''
another and the horsa' were flogfed
until they started in opposite dirdoetlns,
literally tearing tle man in halt.
Oruolty was practiced on hun be-
cause he endeavored to persuade toe In-
dians to become peaceable antdtold theu
they had no ohanee against the well.
armed wibtes. Subsequently the In- ,
ditns burned dowu some valuable plan-
tationsp, captured sue battle and over.
turned a number of latches with peo.
ple and mtrUilr91t ini" theom.
The prefaob o' f Bto i has collooted
about 150 men'. d intends to attaok
them. The inhabitants of Gorelo, who
are separated from the rebels by the
Mamore river, are preparing to resist
should they be attacked.
Telegraphic eoummualotion' cannot be
kept up with La Paz owing tothebo It
diana having a supersttitous awo of. the
posts and wires, whlich thopy out down
and destroyed whbeever they have an
opportunity .


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ly hawking their stock "acquired" in thle cptr.ry it is ditlcult to see that such a statement in its literal iniport, ib
cty corporations. A day of reckon- Turkey has not totally out loose from and yet, the fever reports for the fo
ing will come bye and bye, however. England and formed alliances that last week or ten days have been very, aH
-ing will coe be ad promise to her greater advantages very curious, to say the least. For
ipo rimpositioni reported at than England could possibly give instance, it is admitted, indeed offi- tl
Aliother position i rep ed a her. Any further trouble in Egypt cially asserted that, nearly all the tl
the offic of the H avana Agency of that could involve military opera- -cases that have occurred within this n
our Monroe County Board of Health. tons, offensive or defensive, on the period have been children, and the iin
the. Mr. Wood, who came over on part of Turkey, must necessarily be outside world has had its attention co
the "Mascotte" lat to s r we hear shared by France and Russia, which directed to the fact of the small per ci
matter one o Pi for t' cle vacct in fact makes the probability of such a centage of mortality, as an iildlc:. as
his arm f rs pt in contingency very remote, and no dis- tion that the disease had :'.u its e X
__"arm1"___ turbance can possibly occur iu the course. One report stated, ,'mat of. G
Went h i w-a"ke^- Balkans that the porte would have to these cases, there had not, i. rrcd eI
When the wei.producers wake fight down single-handed. over two per cent..pfdeaths, and that
up to the fact that the money power *, they were undoubtedly yellow fever. ,'
is encouraging Ileltri Gorge in Tobacco is the purest of all vege- We wonder if New York anod Bos.
ushito kee his land ho to the front table substances when placed under ton and Philadelphia arid Chicago
oal rdfo them woM eating flnag n the microscope. There is an entire and St. Louis and Atlanta and c
ol reform, they will ertand the absence of microorganisms of every Charleston and Savannah, and a thou- d
.object-which is to keep the industrial description. While almost, all else sand and one other cities and towns f
people in the power of the Shylooks. in nature, even some of the acids, are and villages, whose little ones have
alive with animalculd, microbes or been going off by fives and tens and 1
The No. y, 6baco remarks that fungi of some kind-tobacco is en- fifties and hundreds, wouldn't like to
here are not any very great number tirely free of everything of the kld. have "yellow fever," of the Key h
of manufacturers who want to buy It presents nothing to the microscope West infantile type, instead of those'
.And work Florida tobacco at any but its fibres and texture-its organic fearful diseases which are feasting, '
price as it is nw grown and cured, setroture. Nor dees this condition with insatiable rapidity, upon child 1
and it would be idle for the Florl. appear to change. All through the life everywhere? If yellow fever,


1si8 I f7I diltns t n l fes l tlt l cny let h c iu i difflrvint 1processe of ;tsn manufan. only
KEY OF THE GULF. grow toblieco to compete with that turo, from the time it is removed amol
--- fae. ( C' la. from the stalk, until it is turned in- good
..oune ---- -i ir ra. to the Iegar, it presents the same ap- ing
A N N ,- .j W F P,;s i.m,1^ i N t:!Cl'olinal fruit grower pearaace. The microbes appear to of tl
A.N I: a.I W:ii .t I,: le siuccesfully grafted sunll tobacco, probably because of the
a paich 1 oi itn a sassafram tree, adl its destructive qualities to the lower ver.
f Tirrotredl fM'illy Iq, the I, Ihl-. a in fi 4f high flavor is expected. organisms. of el
trial, MAlt iurril IU(dl CH o/.,,'irl If tllis I.N 'very should be contirnLed1 -- over
.es. f 2 it will .be a boon to a large area in Supporters of Dignity. yell
.''n- KI (I----- -" i thie Southern States, where the soil -t
'Mve SatuiKdy Tn iGulli iX s le ii.lui si mns to product sassafras iin abun- A Philadelphia exchange remarks ity,'
1. ,blieatnli. W)Venient ,qu.'e, n: _dantice. _, that notwithstianding President J. j
ut (fliivl buildi)g.It reported that the l r of Cleveland laid so much stress on the
Susbamoon PB 1 : It s rpoe thlt the y0r- of importance of supporting the dignity
)n,. ye3u, $2,uo; six montli. 1,25, Key West filed a poor little sore. iof th executive hs atsingvitiit.
,lnths, 75 cents delivriid *'1v: "y back pony yesterday, for having icisn by his own auts, so far"co1- T;
Si1 P'able invariably i kicked a kinlhearted carriage driver I corns the character of the men Tholi mina
ADVlIISNO HATE 1'T pony plead self-defenoo, how. lie has chosen as his supporters,. an
Ily 11tiyi ar <,,' qu rL.t r, uila, t i.l un 'ever, anld actually proved to Ills
liup tie ypliat ,a, lonor that the said driver was at ti Of course a President, as even Mr. ceiv
'Trltllent ,diqlated cards, .1,0i) per tilio beating it iunmercifully, But Clveland admits, will make mis- othc
jnf, ,l' first, !. u t rtiln; second 7.5 c;lIttts; o
third, ; e,:h dtian; second, t 5 cnts;11 this evidence was set aside, and the takes, but what woful ones he has their
thi .made in his appointments for'"fltness g e
it:dluig tlltiCCe starss d local unfortunate pony compelled to pay and eflcenoy" and not for "partisan d i
.-ae, 10 (lts per line. the usual fine, '.10 cents and costs." and ien d not for "prt d
Speclunl notties, editorial ,page, r ceIt. service," prol
p ,. Capt. Dick Patton, Auditor of Dis- Harvey, the defaulter; BUnaon, of
Mfar,iagi u tiCPFsfr,'C. city Dick Pto Au(Htor f Di, -
Wlit ,i,,) t.ite ,.h bursumunts of our promised Now who obtaimd and retained a large city
u ituil. y ioti.cs, t0l liili ,,r lss, l ,' Public Building, is attending to pri- sum of money by fraluiuldnt prio- tir
Rl.M ITTANCy o 3, hd e te interests up in Orange County : texts, are two of the rost recent in- il o
drav.T, r 1 .,y)I t. d t, while Col. Harvey, the Superintn. stances. But take some of the r con
BIlYsoN k JENK., dent of Construction, is wheedling lier ones. What a catalogue it is I itati
Key West, FlI. around tie Departmients it Washing. Higgins, ballot-box stufftr and gaui- pror
.. i our autr- ton, after something-God only blur ; Shannon, of Meridian, Miss., tatl
r,, i i our knows what. They both however indicted for criminal conspiracy ; the yeal
i 7r..e supposed to draw their salaries, Sioux City, lowa, lpstmister, con.
T l"t'litizen' Ticket" sr'ems to he notwithstandiing not a lick of work evicted of violating the pension laws; sec
fully "iandorsed." has yet been done on the building. lolmo, a Missiasippi potmnaster, an the
nb. i . Such is democracy! election law breaker; a lRhode Island thei
-Etil ._un to be-H iti gto- postmastor arrested nine times in the
wrsn imllne1ilut IT:lkani Emlire. We remember when the most omi- three months for breaking the liquor of
nient physicianss called to attend pa- law; a Maine mina appointed post- but
Aliens, Attorney General Garland tients suffering with fever of a sus- master while ie was still in jail for rlei
decides, may now no longer ac.itir piciottu ch aracter required from defrauding the government; a Keln are
property in thu Unlittil StaIt., twelve to twenty-four hours beforoetacky postal official arrested three bills
Deciding positively as to the charac- times for obtaining money under out
Washington ,i artIltt, the present ter of the disease, but Key West false pretenuos ; a two-ternm convict ll
Governor of Califorrnia was a shin- Doctors have go t t down to science. appointed custodian oT the Clhin. the
ing light in Florida journahlla, w ay One of them is sent for to attend a Inati public buildings ; Thomas, of whe
back in tilhe forties. sick child, ut before seeing the hBaltimoro, involved in election 1pre
bci child, hef sends It message to the frauds, made Indian inspector ; a Ste:
Clear Water IHarbor property Board of Health announcing "anoth- convicted thief made janitor of thf. Cap
owners are offering rare indncemenits er case of yellow fever," Cincinnati Money Ordor Dopartramnt vi
for the establishment uf a few cigar of the postofice ; i man whlo was in t 'i
factories in that vicinity. It is merely a question of time, and jail three months for stealing a note,
no very long time either, when the made a clerk in the Bureau of Stat- Ipr
Col. Tilghiman H. Good, known to heads of the columns of the Russian istics : Jacob,, of Louisville, Jones, not
many of the older residents of Key Army will debouch from the passes of Loisiana, men in all part of the ot
West, died recently of congestion of of theHindoo Koosch upon thegrand country, who are notoriously unfit ver
the brain, at Allentown, Pu. plateau from which flow the five for office receive places of profit un- ver
rivers, including the holy Ganges. der Mr. Cleveland, thlo
Tt 1whlisped that Plum r is 'There they willmeqt the Anglo. Ilor are nearly score of lon m 0es
lavin- his wires for Saxon, who has so long dominated enumerated and the list can be tre- tu
mayorality-and at country,' and it requires no bled--men who have tecn appluitld tc
ieet to foretell. the results Tlo or approve r')'r Mr. Cleveland as sup no
n empire will be boundel by porters of dignity. TalkjjAf 'iA4 i
oceans instead of two. need of the cry turn the rascals
Successful business out ;" there is quite s great ye d I
'they owe their suce a oa Photographic outfits are being plac- to cry keep the rascals out," and wi
systematic use o-. renters' ink. ed on board all United States men-of- this Mr. Clovelauddoces not seem Cel,
,, war with the purpose of illustrating able to do. It is all very well for tire
It is said that most of the street despatches. All points of value in the President to lecture the people ual
appropriations made by the City go navigation are to be photographed, on their duty to support his dignity ; Sl)
for "drayage," and that the drays and the pictures are to be preserved he should first consult the needs of
employed in the work are all owned for reference at the Navy Depart- his own personal crase and use hiis
by Aldermen. "Boodle / ment. The officers are encouraged own influence oith hliinelf before r
,__ __ to qualify themselves as photograph- calling on others to do that which cuI
IIon. Joseph Brown, of this city, is crs. So long as there is no demand he conspicuously neglects. tht
oue of the few surviving members of for the creation of the office of photo- --' III
the convention of 1830, which form- grapher general of the Navy with The Key West Fever. gri
ed the constitution under which seventeen assistants with the rank The Savannah News'S of the 20th, po
Florida was in 1845 admitted into and pay of Conimodores, the new de- contained the following dispatch, li,<
the Union, parture will b a good thing. headed lia above :
___'____ -- Kt' WEST, li:i., July 2(i-()uO ni. p'l
The New York HIealth authorities Dr. Henry Lansdtll, the celebrated case of f.ver was devlc1ed tld.iy. No lhis
report the death of 473 children in Siberian traveller, contributes to the deaths occurred, Itf n iv pists
that city from heat in three days. August Harper's an entertaining and health, who seem det.ii.d :o rLepor 1111
What a pity they cannot import our vale -,l paper upon the native of every ease of sicUttas its y'Ilw 1," pr'
delightful Key West climate to save Asiatic Rtussia, which Is illustrated reitholr ad '. :r!;;icit, l, 1 w- t.;,f tl r
the lives of their little ones. by a number of engravings from drusths. W. ie
,_______ photographs made in Siberia, one of This telegram is a splcedal to th t hI1
There are said to be bui FOUR pa. them being a portrait of the author .ivannah News, and has the endorse- w!
tients now at the Board of Health in n Siberina costume, and another m'ent of appearance ini its columns mn;
Hospital, and one of them is a lunatic, a page group of Siberian Christians for the trutlhfulnoss and good july- "c
"in error" pronounced with yellow in all their simple ugliness offeature. month of the author. Such conduct
fever by a local physician somewhat Dr, Lansdell describes the various as is here attributed to the Board of re
over anxious to swell the "record," tribes of those interesting aborigines Health of Key West, is disreputable ini
,_ _ _-__ and their strange habits, as well as In the highest degree, anid deserves a
While the boodle Aldermen of the progress of Christianity among not only censure, but ptunishluent as th
NeYork Cityare ldeing brougtto them. well by disgraceful discharge frolllm l
New York City are being brought to ..... ,,
justice, the boodle Aldermen and n s o n s- a t office, as by the penalties of violated w
ex-Aldermen of Key West are onea. In spite of Enghsh assurances to law. It is dift cult for us to belie flt


kills two e'r cent. of cases
ng children, no greater common
l could happen son far as thel ris-
generation and future population
hoe counitty are .,onvernied, than
general distrluttioln of yellow fe-
OrdFharily "'suitmmer complaint
hlldren" which now prevails all
thli country (nli h)eat Key West
Ow fever, in tlie score' of mnoriial.
amiT give it 20 Ie'r cent. to t strt
I.-Sanford j)ail/ Journa!, Dr.
. IharriN, editor.

A Plea for Extoneali,

lie silent nitttt'i:'; ,s ariii-iit cigar
lnfauturers oi it'lati',lt of atlnlly-
es caused by the' failure to reo-


*r)


r'pert, but iwe suspect that Doltor
iliteras will be accorded the hi.
st honor itl the end.

'urpentine au a Preventative or
Yellow Fover.
We olip the following from an old
opy of a lMemphis paper printed
duringg the epidemic there, kindly
orwarded thie CALL by Mr, Tyson.
SAN PALCtlaco, Aug. 20, '70.
tMemptt Alppead I
'Itving seoil ihtb your itty tas again
green visited by .btii fu4cl scourge.
fellow-fever,* wllQlet isfbnefly my ex.
erlienoe in the fever ia Norfolk, Vir.
Rinls, which,' during :tbn summer of
855, carried off soe tlbree thousand
people I had seen it statldin some of


fast reeognizinlg Ithat JE. H1. Gato
uantifactures just ht they want.
The officials of our street railway
have posted notices on their ears to
the effect that on and after August
1st, smoking ou the cars will be
prohibited. Many of our merchants
who have to reach .their suburban
homes by street car and who claim
that the only tiln they find to enjoy
their*cigars is on their way home
after business hours as a
matter of oourae strongly object to
this privilege being denied them.
Thus, the question now is. UTo
ride or not to ride ? Whether 'tis
better to endure discomfort, in being
crushed within a crowded car, or
bravely walk nor lose but little time,
and puff your cigar in freedom ? To
walk to smoke perchance to tire.
There's the "posish" that make mon-


opoly havo minua h "gall." Nooet-
,ity nfavkes martyrs of us all, and
makes us rather bear t'he jammed-up
car than walk ourselves to death to
tet our smoke. ")OCKnHILL."


the papore that citii'e in which turpen-
titm disitillh.rtibs were lcatod wore WO vi'we
v sited by yellow fever', I tlhrofore infur.
re!l tiat tle ttakin g oi spirits of turpcn-
tilo' inlw.dl'lly would Ic KIt goud proven.
tive iaain.t feve'r. lleicet, I procuruel a
ph lil of turpientine aU1d somie leaf- Bsigmn,
nld tluk ten dturops tlirice diiily, drop-
pi)ig it on at lunp if thl sgi.irI. Ini or-
deir that I uiiiht take ile articles con.
stanily in my lpocket, This is an isiu
pli'talit feta'.ure, as Iut fcew people whvlt
in hluAltlth ca think to taku iediuinel
regulatrly ; but if you lh;vc it in yourt
1lockrt, y'u will be apt to bi ir'iiindied
of yiour luty sufficiently oftei, I Yill
l li:t ui.y con'il'.iy-nhte itt this t impiplo
i'ldy wias suti that I visited withliout
I' L the ick who wolr suipposud to haVde
tle f v;i', Tsmlc ot' Wlltoei tflurnet'l dlird
1nml that I ni'v>r' eiLijoycdl better haitlth


o their oelnlty .iga' boxes tiad t, la I did ..ring till elntilre periJd of
'r freight from New York or ship ii/ bny hojtn.It IL .witi Uiy iitentiUn to
r cigars from 1,ere with any td. tindI.r Inmy iivi i .s i it hltaioa u sJtt ut
Sof regularity, will Ibe inpl)tlhii s l>i'Ihgt h L fl-e ''r coliniuitiSiI-,l I wauinilg,
i a morN fueioi- l., 1 1ut1niter untilss titnl' it wn i si" t getliul;l iitili'ir-,'son that
nlpt efforts art m.d oin the par it htll Umn th t; I thurn t ro 1lf
ii'O hllt s i i cti t' th o city. ut thi iib;irti.'nr.-I v, ti i only
property. h'ul.irs to exto'd tht th
limits so as ti 'mllibr'i tht' li 't- i f-- it '-, > i w-in m- it
iwL. v ilii-"l'. t1 i C lill t ,'i', a.I I .
Island and thlr, boil the wholu I'lt' rt s C t. td .
rdcr to place it in siuclih'salllt ry ,i i ,t,-re r im I:it tihe ,it t.; io.n i i u -
rditioi) as well ii'vwunit firtier vis- i i p. '., i l i'd thit I
lon 6f yellow fcO'vr tiil miKiriui i hIal ntt r'; in, ii t' it I M takn my eb i.'.ni
mpt, speedy alid r u''it rii' train .[, r-i w t ith l i: 'L 'l- 'r.-'4 t1 1 r -'.ily m ,iy
on futcilitiets ti ry tiotlth in lt e ,' MAn .V r t i- I A', '- i .' i '; 1 ',;i i
r. it, l,, . i i ....- ,;'ilI -".\ i 'e b ir '.'u,
)ur i snall mln uftciutir ei t s uslll ua )lly t it l i, 1),. ue ti- yI ," L hi.tl f itl ill
ire frilldsi with w'i'Nih to conduct it, ltl ye t oliv th I tat if t n pi tii .
4it.ti ni ii. w,' l a uitriit,;' wilt ti'rpe' tiilu e
.r lusin ss io1: I l ';nig drafts nI t soll V tiiitly 'arily ltii,ld, aud bIe
r northertna al' nt s .r conlignees, ,ke ;p t r u'in t4 i' ,,,lle c11 ie f the1 dii-.
drafts being ai l i: hlir tlo'th bills ,-u ,, iih c :uiceh i for c.rfety will bc
hiding covering tI ,i cig :L'a Hi li1pd l, r.;atly eiiuliouci e Sy iill thizing withl
unless tlie vs--o l lv which ahllp- itheu llit i. ', 1 inl v 'ry cl-.p)(ctfully
it is to be ii1u I is iin lport they y ll.r, .to. D lJutY TYviON.
unable to prlni'ro tio ineiessary -- -.-.. + ..------
s of lading an,! iare thins l'et with- ur Letter F'rom cii'Ie:niatl.
Meanils to cot( iiu tiiu r siess, CNheir buSic'I:. 0., July 27.
of which is Ie dii-rect result of 't'lhre l1 is be.oln ltrli na-tivity dis-
yellow fe t.r e'tpidIic, d, Ipliy(n l on our il c if tiolcI :it:co rmarkot
either reul or iniaginan'y, the do. dtuhig the past week lhani for any
sing influen xt are tile siamnye o week during the past seven
1vean's, and tlins is \vhiully th to thiu
auiithip hlino. will not touch hore, yai't hatt ttdAS isc1 '.ly d>is tahort
it al wSill it seCk iest i nes it, this iyear blli )t i25 p-r cint at. the
lo conmitict-il enters think of us lest;'iunil, is nisi'tirlcdllicel, prices
y as a community to bo avoided. are ling ill ails icect'd :ue'orhingly.
'hero nmay al ua few citizens who iA great u ianyri of tuv lctf dealers,
for this contlilion of tifl'is, Lilt h'avinug 'an eye to'udiess erLuly in
-majority feel difforontly; and will te( season linrchaw, wh, -l,' crops at
hesitate to r.t if the constituted c i l. i; I, ,,.n aol 4 el up i l
horities dc nol take tihe initiatives f ic Itul'r r's nrain.iitaive.s -ain the
y soon. Te hlave too ilianly ten city is full rf thietil) ,re ili'trllute 1 to
sand dollar lots and fifty dollar Iuy now Iat iany price, tle roet'silt is
ises. Incor oirate the island as- they fre p ,''y i4 Ol il t h v i)"r 13.
s the property for ono-half its ac- T-ce nlts t i;tevrl pou t tho dealer 'is
1 value, asee'rtaiit what is actually esil dis'ingiiiC liable.
essary to bh done to scoured im- Thul counitionu ol' the leaf uiml ket
nity ftom further yellow fover is hlaing its Letlects oin tho innnn ':li
Mniuicl"atitnd then issue u'4 .ds to tlred article as anadvanle of seveo ii,
tcetiLs on the ipop'ilar brandis of l pl iu
er the evpnse. le by Lorrillrl, L. .-iLit A ty.
cy Weut will then take position ers, hsad u uitcro, othlerive a been
h]i otlier seaport cities, will re- nmaide.
ve the moral slpplort of the uon- An liiurtll nillnrig allt i dishionlora'bl '
Country, and a n 'w niitll perpet- re'prosintitivo of an E.isti rn cirar'
etm of' business prosperity will establislin.nt, in tirder ti) ptlac edily foll- w. f his '"t(n'iiliit. -ilse" goods oi
edily follw. thils niiamrket, nctit-Iii.lu I. to tutLack the
-- --- Ku-y tVWst nlurut.ttfacturl'rs by usitlgr
AbautOu'r ,Epidemio" l tlhat old elcitro l vipe cry of felloww
Whiy :hoiol I cases of sickness oe-- iieve.r." IBut tlie "-lodlg!" wou l notl
lini :iii': chiildrllni l rip'ortUd to work, wlhi h fret lie soon founi ut
SBorl ,of, i ,ri1 i1 ui by the to his sorrow '
lltirnl i t th public andl tele I A st ate il Ir lr vious .,tter, oir
deialcr., owiumg io tties dt:uinuanis for
Iphltid :b0i. OI i.-neh tla;iiy by corl";- Ke y W\Vst go ils nre coml1pelloi-d at
ndelt' u s s a.)i inriv t, itu co.i s )J'yeI alltinlU:u i t)o kiie.p a large stock oni'
it,r r .it' hai.,d nndiat par'scett the stock is sulf-
It lrs th,-e niv l one of our icietly large to carrhi'y them ovOr
'sit i 'irui;,s1tki r' 1,, lof i, h l uirc ', t 'is "spell "slio-illt it list for three
ysii:is s report o hlhiren, Inthl to coinw, ail1 for the bi-ncill
iobjecit, alptir nitl, iaq i n previous of uiii riicipled a n:iilfrav;u i-rs wiho
ieni ci, i ig tI iijipreus.i the c-oin- send out sviclh "triektoris' aits this
inIty w ill tIohlle nigrituldeli of his East- rn salsmrin. ,
,actiC', iil i siliior i skill ill the We wanit to s:y that tthe Key
atmniitil of yellow f've'r. 'The ilnrni- \n t ciga- hs s ii a ho on thi
M' t i- cisesorept l-ibysmnkers4 of lRnt' cllntss gp)ols in ttis
r oiiiititilcLes so rp e by city, that nothimig Ilit feature in
it riair..re' froni four to ilin a dty, I.he' tol)i'ctio crop will deprive them
hilc th!i it',.ath rate isi infinii --i- f their f:tv',rite.
allhy sui tll. He evidleutly hlts Tihe cigareutto triado 14 falling olff
-oruntr" l' ,yell uow 1evur. -v' r1'api If t,, II,):u d f I ', t l T i U~ 1.1Cl *that the '1 ov. ;n' ao coiiiin to thoir
If the lurdof I lth ivite u ens,, iby the rge increase in the
Imports thley oilghit, at laut, in pla- sile-; of liey \WesI miil', "l'avanta"
g theiln l-fore the public, to insert cigars.
ullif'ying causl t heo tlio eff.ct. that One of the l'IIrgost whtlte.salpi gro-
e cases .ti repoirteld lnr contmiel celry iihous in tilie city amI tu tone
niost, ex.v-lhsively to chilh'cin. It wnilinto.'losto hlitr'gest joitb liug btsintess
il VKcy West u1n itiipllt,. i--I ciiars isa
ouild riot h:ive ucth la dwh dressing in- that of Joselh 1. Pelhs' Slt s.
icunce :.iong our Mainlatnd friend-s, Thpl(r ospecets for a ;o ,! i hotilthy
sides it wouli be tcllng tlihe truth trii, il tmhe cigar tai< t o h:eni linu is
r whhhicli oar Board of fI'ialtli ii'ivo icndelid very g,(,J. Oitr dilaorts it'b
.quiried 4iuite a ilrp;utation;i enjoying it golit tmIo and jibbors
It Seiimsi.a trilli 'slrantge that, siilurO r iii-'t al'ori l)lo report fi.mi their
0 trrinviil of Sirgeoi (uitrit-s oft' th tru cfhiog st tint c i.
SL''ic tignuug the many first clrtss detl-
eU. i. Marino o4td ,h ers of Key West and itmported ci.
umiuer of yellow fevir cases rapidly garsin this city is Mr. Henry Strauss,
icreased while the mortality was who says the business done by him
orrerihondiuigly light. Our physi. this year ia Key West goods fart
ians, or ,ut, of them, at least, nmaty surpasses anything dono ftor years.
,, t ...........' .,. vis ll, w fov The smkers of good. tisra arec


FAITH CURE FAIRLY BEATEN. '
halimln Ilill afis (n ths0, ollowinlg n o.
nimrknhl liitter.
.omlls Ml Atl asein. rI, b'
For many years my wife had been 1e
he victim of nervous dyspepsia, of the o;
chronic, distressing and apparently In. t
urable type from which so many ofher d
ex suffer, languish aud die, It was all
lie worse because the tendency to it o
rasinherited. Shehad been under tht h
ystematic treatment of many of the
best physicians in New YorkandBrook. I
yn and elsewhere for twenty years witl:
nly temporary relief. In fact, there
vere few, if any, kids of food that did i\
not dirless her, so direased, sensitive l
and torpid were all tlie or tois of diges. I
ion. 'T'Ic usual synmp>Iuiis of dy'5,ep. t
sia, with its conrolniitant ailments, were '
all present--bad taste in the mouth,
lull eyes, cuol felt anul liltnds, the sense
qfa load u IInI the sltounILh, tenderness
on pressure, liidigetiion, giddiness,
great weakness aid ptobittion, and fu. i
gitive lpais ii the a)les, rlieal and back. i
I have often risen iln lte ighlt and ad.
ministered stiiulans merely for the
;ake of the slight and transient relief
hey gave.
Intermittent malarial fever set in,
complicatingg the case and making
every symptom more pronounced and
intense. By this time the pneumo.
gastric nerves had become very seri.
tusly involved, and she had chronic
Gastritis, and also what I may be al.
owed to call chronic intermittent ma. I
atial fever all at once. For the latter
he physicians prescribed the good, old-
fashioned, sheet-anchor remedy, Quin.
Snegradually increasing the doses, until
-incredible as it may seem-she'actu.
ally took THIRTY GRAINS A DAY fOR
DAVS IN SUCCoSSION. This could not
last. The effect of the quinine was,
f possible, almost as bad as the two-
fold disease which was wearing away
icr strength and her life. Quinine
1)oisonintg was painfully evident, but
tle fever was there still. Almost every
dty there caine onl the characteristic
chIll and racking lihadache, followed
by the usual wevakness and collapse,
About thin' him It mt sotai.illy my
f: 1 Mr. N'rto.n, a nl.-l'bel r of the
oI;,; of Cl.tttit r &y 'I'iit.s & Coil.i1,iu y,
'.. rc'' A". :i ', wh ,, oiln heurinti
If.^*"*nc t' t 't, 'l-l: "Wh\'ly,
1 : \ '... i r.' r:; tthe sai
:' it " h

.' ," 1: l I .. I, t for yourr wife.'
S':c:i 1. ..'.,i.srcd, but had
i. -ec f.,: ' tlhn 1 had in saw.
-'. f. .r 'l n ( .: a hers. M rs.
1 ...1 hadi no l. .'li r t'iinion, yet on the
s icii:',:! o'i ily lI'ieunit's ccuilum enda-
tio, I got a blole alid began its use
as iirectced.
No recall what I have already said
;., t, her then condition, and then read
whi)t follows: Under the Kaskine
treaLtilnlt all tlhe dyspeptic symptoms
chi,/i instant ilnprovement, and the
daily lever grew less and soon ceased
altogether. Side by side thesediseases
vanished, as side by side they had tort-
ured their victim for tin years-the
dyspepsia alone having, as I have said,
existedfottwenty years. Herappetite
improved from week to week until she
could eat and digest the average food
that any well person takes, without any
suffering or inconvenience. With re.
need assimilation of food came, of
course, a steady increase in flesh, until
she now looks like her original self.
She still takes Kaskipne occasionally,
but with no real need of it, for she is
well. I consider this result scientific
miracle, and the" New Quinine "ise
titled to the credit of it, for from the
time she began with Kaskine she used
no other medicine whatever.
If you think a recital of these facts4
calculated to do good you are welcome
to make them public.
(Rev.) JAS. L. HALL,
Chaplain Albany, N. Y.,penitentiary,
P. S.-Sometlmes letters of this kind
are published without authority, and in
case any one is inclined to question
the genuineness of the above statement


I I_ ____~II


A Oass ofDeafats Curld.
()iooe of Sbaw & B.3ldwin's Whole-
sin Notion House, Toluda, 0.,
Duo. 11, 1870. )
F. J. Obeany & Co Toledo O.-Deav
i': Abhou tthre uiouthius go, notiDing
lettfe addressed to yot in the Bee
oam lGen. Slviu, in .lrftreuou to thu
tre of b yi ts l mb l!oy t uti Hoidl' s Oa--
'rIrk Cure,I we Wr iauoiuoud Io corn.
ei. i the uie ofJ for our daghtie,,
tlliheo fbuirtoa(year0i o1i, who hbair4fl.
iwn effi eriag 'etii oitul'ib for about
glit years, dilurl'g which timuo seu liu
teu trfate i'-ua e 6f*tho best playsl-
umiu in th"4tia. W i7'baite alo tried
he lSe "of the knouw remu-
leis o itt wi lth no norir socouss
11ia teflVt4' relief. Many nights
uve u latud3ukt to holt'lur tniouth
pen to lioep her froen stranghlilg. Her
hearing lxIdd also bltin alff~ted. We
ecru al'aid Ihat sbe wtultl sid ver recov.
r. Wa havoe nbw sed six bottles of
[ILL's CIATA'Il CUtOl, ai1td we believe
Mullie to.bt .lu(it'uly,,u 4I In a ftew
iys after comnaenuming' tlie ue iio It wu
uticed a donidi'd ohlimgi for th better,
lad fronm tiht right aiougi 'she Iba iti.
iovtd, until uiw lshi, b'uratheis ras n daily
S rlty oue. LShu clrsps .wtll nilind hr
'-arig i jl e feutly gyood. VWe tld that
he dtlancra is cntir.lly renliov-., Wie
ratie this unnoulloitd Ietter, feeling that
a;I dnuyou, tuad with the liiope thati
lth .rs autiy inu b nlttcflt,id ii I ik tll: lietr'.
Vo can hardly realize that sunth a
lHii tig could IO effcted 111 so h>,t tia
4iuae aftrl buttlii i. with tle tlisetlso Bs
,iug. Weu rl t tall (iiing tihu r'uiy nat
.tervals, as it seti la to hIdllld up h .r
ysteml. Yum aruli t liberty to mine this
Iy ItIH Illntn yuu seu proper.
We are yours., tint y
Alt. aUdi. Mu1 S. DnAilwiN,
22U F anklia Aivatlu..
64#' Sold by Druiadiati, 7.e.

8Selocl piroposual will be rireivil ait
hit iftHlci, i.t j I. A. MIONSALrTm 1il11-
I] Stjit cuiber 20.h, to build itna fur.
iish mulatriil for ile Matoniie Hill.
Plinus iiad seliilcalions ceiii be, setin
t ltihe above Iplaiv. Thie C'mliimitltie
vterve t ut te o rejectt i.y etilid all
.7 J. I).DrANiiiY,
]I, A, M;O4SA;.VATUV,
J. Y. PowrTUt,
.1. FoOARTY.
G(JlO, D, .iWAtRnE.
July 27-tf.l Couimitto,


F ARM ERS
SDENTS
ALL SHOULD USE
& MACBETH &CUS


1'STABULSLIEIN 1876 )
Curii D'ilval mid Olivia W1 ts.

1)RY GOODS,9
GROCER ES &PROVISIONS
A LFO-
Pairnts. Ms. rl 11111-kl, lia ilre.c
Carpentt-l-WH Tootle, Nn~il& 4.40'. I-it fit0
which ALMt (ffIV01 At lik Ikottifill
p litit t Ithitilnll gIturulnteeild all who
favor uie with their paitronage.

BLACKSMITH & WHEELRIGHT.
HOUSE SfIAIrNG
*ANO
fmlearisi nimoesuc coIg IhslW,
Thitem reisonnable. 8hop nesr stove of
Jobn Lowiw Jr. Mci 21f

FOtI RENT
11h10STOnE cia-air (f E mon and
W hit ehivd si 'vets now ccii lied by
Clark & uftk.s Popet-ssaun m iveai
23rd1 Juie. A 1,14IY to
CaLus Bitos,
MitY 2011j. '87'
G. It. P'EI*RUE,
BOS the IMxCi.L&4VE SAIi oif My MFO*
cimqu in Key %VviAll otdera jumt
be addressed to uiUm.
YELLOWSTowNE KIT.

~ JOHN R. GALL.I(Vilhmit,
..Ma'bie~~l Cedleur.
Rasi niporhud dire"'t from Ni*
York, a Olne lot of ualdoe for 'lotmii
meants. i ndittone Mantles, Viwse, &c.,
whib hbe will flnlib in theb hilgst style
Ceoutfing, on the prsuover. oppositoe"00
otf 430ry. Terteu stliatly0a2h. b
Xs~ 1W 87.
muffica Card.
M3r Awame ALTAsNI Profemscr of Un-
sl..'S'b~t.fm Itavan now lsvlnu ,it Lb


I will cheerfully reply to any conmu.
nications addressedto me at the Pent-
tentiary. JAs. L HAL..
Other ktters of a simitnl character
from prominent individuals, which
stamp Kaskine as a remedy of un.
doubted merit, will be..4nt on appli.
cation. Price $.oo, or six bottles,
$g.oo, Sold by Drugglets, ir sent by
mail on receipt of price. '
The Kaskine Compln,. 54 Warren
St., New York, and -S Farringdon
Road, Lonon, .
0 t ,,.n. *- -. ,1

First M IQb. obouti otSlh.--Rv.
Oharles A. FPule d,.Pt9r.
Sunday.--PriqiibnrA 10 80 in .,
Sunday school at 4:80 p. m., preaoblhg
at 8 tm the evenulg.
Pra er.meeting serilee on Tuesday
evenglll' at 8. -
Lecture ervie 'Thursday evenings'
at 8.
Holy Oommudion 1st 8Lbbath Ba
each month,


PF


1










lt$ ,I i
EY-OF THE GULF.
ISSUED SATURDAY MORNING.'

0" tfufw tiuuo of cooling social
oweats, aMno of yisLtoru In the city and
4et. etures thoref'9 i ptirtioulars of
t*g eeL't mnid si5t44, .1t40 ble Improve.
"I otiu ot oftdpw b Udlng, recent.

readers n ge0ut'sL g ild,: s
l said th, wbit.... alr.'. .o .a :
SATUrUftAT. ifea 1$t87.,

S dotxhiA a itst .

**"Lifo is ope, o, leo beaw a,'"
antig the ulmden y,< vii d t4 duir,
'Tod-ng back thre hbln 'aW iuer
Of her w~aboii d,.i a h~ t ,iv.
"LifesaUcheolred t i i end suu shine,"
Sighe ed the ttrou river grown,
Kneuling down to d opttt r owrot
O'er the grave of b"terll trbun..
Cslimly said the wbit-hairel woman :
"Life, with till its life ad: beauty,
All its suitshine, all its shadow,
Life, in Rlmple brief, Ipf."
-Jacksonvilloe ~c a Hefwmra
Tileraio'ei, ter 9.8 0ia 3 pou.'
A nainbr or aisar makers are idle.
No c \ies bfor. he 'M L 'yor to.
dty.
Avocado rl, l' from Cubi sell at
IS5ct. peor dozel.
The Schr. "Sbhaver" left today
on andtlier yoynige,
The Ico vessel at Philbrick's dockl
is nearlylv dlsharged.
Friikie Hallleyv is baIck frc;t Fort
Jufrersit, and-- ell, you just ought
to seeo ill1.
A colored man named Robert Higgis
-ied from fever -luast. eight, after a
vryl ekort llnessr.
Thel Sebr. "Cbampion". same in
8Aturday etveaidg from the bay with
a large'lot of sponge,
A del Pino & Bros. had a lot of
tobucto from Hanvaait by the ""as.-
cottS" St4turday nipht.
-" Tbe pasOengers for TnmLpU under.
went, the tarce of "fulnigatton" on
Til'a wliartf Saturdity ltviling,
Mr. Vllamil, of Villaui, Pino &
Co., Ihs taken charge of the Tiitsiness
and effects of the laii Mr. Piodelt,
Thie "Mfaecotte" jitrgb( 27 p27 ien-
gers, 110 btleso tol'Ceco.-itid he uhual
qinntity of fruit froft HayAtna Satur.
ay, .
.The a. **Rafleigh" towed the Biarle
L',uret-ta" and "Cellii''" to sea yes.
'r4.ttS, 'b'he former she will tow to

jlriatvd Sob. .IRollin Sanfor.l,"
C~ ; carry Dav'intrrived frotn Pius.
cigtili 44th i0'go of lumber for
Jno. 561.,z ., r.
A h li i ( it r tpok
'0i1d Wt1'ran ishoo'at'l Tortugas
lslt week, t is rel'ortel' 1i' 'tt acU of
'lie M{ '-.. .ued the

Old ltmn .sisted by
Henry Colston, is tetlmi ily acting
q M scavengers. Thb tries were
ITever in better oonaitionJ than when
Mr.. Dias was the o ntractor.

TUISDAY'S LOCALS.
The Soul.
"I 'itm weary ,f life," said the riseo,
As she leaned to look over the wall:
"I am tired of the garden close,
And the birds, and the beuo., 'id nill"
She was plucked with a carless swile'
As a beautiful dame went by,
W'o bloom on her breast awhile,
And be cast in the dust to die'
"1 ain tired of the tree," said the bird,
"Of the leaves inz t#.,wind aid the
rain, t'I.
Of the trtll. and the tunes I have heard
And warbled agait-and again."
He was shut from the sky and the stars
In a oae, like a savage thing,
And beating his brettst on bthe hbars
He died, with a broken whig.
"'I would go to the war," sid the boy;
"I am weary of clover in bloom;
In the rushb of the battle is joy,
And I pant for a saber and plume,"
In the face of the fonienb he ied-
To the wail of the wounded, the moan
*Of the dying-and over the dead
He mounted the stepsot a throne,
For the soul is a tbhng that grows--
The soul is a deatbhless flame;
In the "ing and the bird and the t se
It was ever the one and the saute.
It was born of a heam of the soun,
From the heart of the blossom it pas-
Bed
To the bIr3 and the boy, where it won
The glory it pined for, at last,
MNzNIa IBVINO.
Yellow fever for revenue only.
Capt. Peterson .l rapidly recover.


ing.
The Io vessel I now landing saw
dust.
A large lot of cgar boxes have ar.
rlved from New York.
The scbr ")GIpy' Cpt, biler is
down from ElliotA Key ,
Capt. 0. P. Wlllam a; a.ain on
the bar aR.a Branch pilot..
The Sloop "Glance !'l boon let

Vi" Arnd "Lily,


rp i io taken
o- fotelit oti out of.

rp. o nas *oodirne ro.
rI as .i H frd'l Face



Oee with to( "
e1.. Bo, ot elt enough
to be eonu it i Ven.rda. o

merttn .o1greuso.
# r. r I Uonsnt It isv*
san di1 *t fever. : .
MS. ObCh. Goodi raurme4 uom
a viel to ww l yo, ( titb #e o "'on.
delet." *
Tao 8s.ro4btLt vrrisld ut1'r.1
da6y vOig witb a general oAre o
fnerohsadle.


The Sobr, "tJhiistin:a" l lying nt
Pliilbrleck(dqcA overhauling rigging
forAe and aft.
Captain Tbonlpsoii,'ts auhliter Is
better andq be ba removed the fatullv
to 8lvaIT Ooveo,
Several of the mud holes on Front
and Whitebbed Struets, aroe beint
filled with stones,
Qui*te,-qumbber of bales o: Sminatra
tobieco *1re itntled from the "(arotn.
delet" tlit morning.
Tb he t pt of Cables is having brick
piltlti erected under the o0hllu taiks
at philbr'clis wharf.
ThJl materials ut the wrecked Sulhr.
"G. H. Mlirvil" wereljo<'l iat atctioll
4tda by the U.s, Mardshal,"
'Opt. S 1r, of the (Callo ship
'Gra'pplhr," dted nt St. Thouas \V. I.
ofd 6 igestion of the sloinauh.
A largp lot of Iea'rs b'rouhtlt ovir.
b,y the 'MIasuottv" Su lurvday night
were ti bad condition yestvrl'iiy.
BSverltl inltereat liaClf uetI s were tried
today in .thb justice coiait., but the re-
ports were too lUte for Ilis-iissue.
L,?reiizr, Gomtne acting itndicnoutly
and t roullelsoinee, wais li.a 8.1,00 auii]
cost, in the M.iyoir' court this mUorn..
ink,
Th1e sehr. Oleveland," ""Wi.flehld"
and sloop V' Nellie Pintder," are do'wni
from Key 'L'argo with watlrmeelu s
and farm produce.
Justice de Lono sanit a ,wvbiol b.it(
of factory boys to, jail for'disturlbiig
a plsnlo 'ypeterda'j and break ing downiI
the fited of the U. S, T'lowr with
brick bat s,
The quator 'wants the better ol.
inent y f tb oty of Key WVst at
County (f Mbonroe to hset to it that tbe
po)itictal force of Ite CUAH l-iuaiit
e hengefortb completely ignored I
The Capt. of the wrecked schr. G.
H. Marvil, arrved here Siuday' moi n.
ing, placed all ble bsiiners in lthie
hands of John J. Pbilbriok, atil lefi
for New York on the Itileighi,"
tt 2 p. 'in. same day.
WVIsnNRSDAT' LocALS.
Love Wakes Min.
An idle poet, here and there,
Looks round him f*ur all the rest.
The world, unfitthoomably fair.
Is dullr than a witling's jest,
Love wakes ltin, ,nce a lifotimi i eIcb:
They lift their heavy lids 1 d look.
And lu I what one sweet page cat; teach.
They read with joy, then shut the
book.
And sone give thanks and some bl:ts-
phetue, .
And lost fvrgt ; hut cittler wany.
That nnd the chill't unheieded dreamm
To all the light of ull their day.
C. PAT.IO E.
One rsction oif the Jackson square
ciltern i nearly Hitd with brick.
Theo outgest daughter of Stepney
Austiin died ibis inorniiig of measles.
The "Caronidelet" left a lot of freight
yI terday; tbh L'ipltain would not wat1l
lo take it in.. .
The "Miasootle" brouhlit a foew
coops of chickens, boxes of ieatns inlt
one carriagef.
Mtr. E. 0. Locke's sotn "Walliv'
left wit l his unole, and is nuw iat
Kittery Maine,
The young colored ladies and gentle.
men will organize a Litetary ciicle
Monday bh inust.
The eartage on the states for rt'e
,-Pir$ to the. treats wi l probublyv soio
exhaiust the 6$00 upproprietio,,.
The Gtrtrule and Goodwill were
coining to Key West, but abandloued
the trip on account of quarantine'.
'There is no news of the arrival at
lew York of tile '"(Jtv of San An-
toiio" which left here last Wedines.
diay.
Carpetilers are at, work finishing
the intide of the First Methodist
Uburch; thebu new pews have nrilved,
,nud will be put up in a few days.
The Morgan ilne 8. "Clinuton"
from New Orleans with freight for
this city arrived yesterday evening,
disebarged, and left for Cuba last
night.
The Sloop "(lord Warden.i, SBhnrs.
"y'ioneer'S and "Mary Jane" were
placed in quarantine at Nassau for
80 days. The "Pl rardian" of the
20th July report? the passengerss all
in good health.
The largest llidpmeut of clgars over
snot from one House in this city was
made on the HI, "City of San An.
touiuo" lat week when b. 1. G ato
habipped 171 cases to various parts
of tbe country.
T'Pg DAY's LocaLS.
'A 0ew et'K Idyt.


Do ship $all in' an' de ship anil out,
An de whie sail git no rs'* '
"Come, 'bar a han' yt'," de Cap'en
shout,
An' do boys roll out from dar res';
But I think jes' den ob de turtle pen,
An' I 'olAr I lub it do boa',.
De mill log ride on the Swanee tide,
An' do raf' done lie mn de bay.
An' young Mane Tom call far an' wide,
Fo' do mill saw sing all day;
But deolvtu tIner an' he say, "GCom'
And de~yt 4oan' s*y, "Go 'way I"
De bhtle girtsl lin 4. ol'arin'
pato#,.. :"
An' deo w.o ride for his meat,
Aa'dey pWan proud w'en doy cook
a'arbAoh*'.
Fo'de ro'ea t tm juicy an' sweet;
IOtidequa dbIt pipe aW' do cabbage
ripe,
An' dey bof Laghty h 'd to beat.
0 oe niggessfl, 'oroam do Gaw
+++.rtt' g ti'rtAhd ',
afli gglioiM dnrdp le hsolk tIn de
'Twel de 4~huokleberr'S ripe on de lan'
Den de fsh no amp', but le gwine fo'.de
"' .bo'i
qo g oal,oone dA dban't
,tJabksonvllesKe.-.XeraNuld
' f Af#* mto refuge left today
fotr Bgmont Key.


The Sclir. "Rulief" left for a trip
to Tortogtis to.day.
El. c(l.u'ke is In the city aguin,
tooklrig after lbusinus,.
Tht 8lchr. "Trl.-olor" is discharg.
ing at W~iu Ourry's wharf.
The buildlintg for Mr. W. J. H. Tat-
lr's office bas bqon Cootlulenced.
Their' "Mascottu" floated off at 10
na.ii. itnl kpt right t tl for Tatipa,
'lthe liOp"GlOane"it aid eshr,, "Hlizst.
beth Atu' left to-day for the spougeo
Ia i'.e
The 3-mi1stled S:lhr. "M. V.B. Chase"
left today for St. Mary'sl G. to louud
luinber.
Thie Ste Hmer "Uurr" waitt to Itb,
aslsi4tmice of the "MAascottu" Il is
tiDrO'ittg,
The prtssenge'rs ot the "Masecotte"
lIsta night wore nuo l, irmiited to bring
ovier nily btggltIg whviat vcr.
Theu- Dark;t-'Ce ll)'" whicb left port
St ilal', wits comiiiilled to return
yest>olrd,iy, IcIthlg badly.
Mr. O'Nvil, oit Boston, is now emn.
pl)1el tuniunig )iianos. Antd tholii'
who liknow aiy bh is .a4 ood hanlil ait
it,
Tl'l'e MI scott.t" broighit 4t4 l". son.
get's 67 castak witir. 25 bIdl's tibaco
ail the usual lot of fruit iod vew'-

.llino 1 R.quepro, a cuir Ilrivrr, \viu
filed $5,00 tnut cost, in llht. ir' dMior'
Court, tliis luurlini1g, for crultyt to
11101111l.".
Tli "'fasiuoti'" in leav Iv g port
lia t iight rt 111)ts ior' i onl the luv w iar
bulnk, ianIl] rtlutuidwil fast ut til high
water t o-il y,
'l'-i Shl'r. "\ViflellI'' is up on
Pierle's whavs, |tIiniting alld cletlliig,
gutlinig in tl'rimt to make her weekly
trip to Key Lu-go.
The old bhadl, Eugine fand hoao
Itt[rt, belonging to tlo0 city, has been
conden.lied by the p~uniiuil and wias
put uD for sul ut Auctiou to-day.
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I;'IjAY's LocALs.
In Vacation.
'1'he'y uct it theu ashore one sumn14r,
With rtult there's no need to defnle,
He told li.i cliiin she was it "Ihiumter,"
And lih, she told hers, was "divine."
They flirted upon theo eranlai,
Witli th luuion shiiingi bright over-
he:itd;
lie ventured to cwill er "Ammnnda,"
Amid btoe byly answered: "Why, Ned!"
Thler ronmnce wna sweot while it lasted,
As saside i 'oiiillinc nllly bJ);
But, atlas ill his fond hopes we're
SblIjasted
iln it wty that, of course, you foresee.
Fur, when ie went back to tle city,
Hlre cooln; '- occasioned bim pain;
An'l-to iii ko aI shLort end to my di;ty-
Her' husband nlet her at the train,
-Souiorville Journal,
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J. W. Allen is improvrrg.
The Mail Stueamer' will ) late to-
niight.
W~.lf Hayman win taken siyk yes.
terduy.
Shingle nre very searti'C; none to
be had in fact.
The oew store of Dr l)r'ter has not
yet been rteuted,
Thle pilot boat t"Petrel" is down
from BhIrt's dock.
HunyI Williuaus is said to have
beun happy last eight.
The UBark "Colina" bhs been puni.
ped out aid is atflot ugailn.
The Schr. 'Lil)" camie in this morn.
ing fio4l the Biay with sponge.
Mr'. Win. Pierce t r epairingg Capt.
Josh Suiith's little )aaht "enafn."
Harry" is well enough to again
drop into his old familiar hauuts.
Our publisher plays ball, and is
Oaptaio of the "News-boy's Nitle."
.The addition to the store of Cbad.
II. Pierce & Co id pLearly completed.
Georlie B'yoon, the batdsome fire
laddjie, IN nonsiderable of a '"Aasholr.'
Our devil wonders what he can do
to make the girls keep hi. grave green.
The "Winfleld" will be let down
'frotu Pieroe's whays to-morrow morn-
iug.
About 3,000 gu llons of wine arrived
here from Havana yesterday and to.
day.
LozAno Pendas & Co havo Increased
the number ot workmen iu their fao.
tory.
Capt. Peterson will probably be
well enough to leave his room to.
ouurro w.
Avacatlo pears, peeled, sliced up aind
plritiklled with salt and pepper aire a
ftavorito dish.
Wa lernulons a'ro ) lentiful from
the Ke.s and of flue quality; they
sell retsaouable.'


Charcoal is plentiful now inr the
city., :-vertal boat loads arrived from
the Ken. tiis week.
The : 'mnu o(f Geo. R. Pierce's store.
and th, ,eWv residence for Jon VW.
Sawyer tie both up.
Thebo avengerr is doing good work
I{ remnurving garbage, and the streets
look improved by it.
There were 12 poor, scrawny little
ponies landed trom the "Clint0h n"
from. Cuba this morning. I
The Cliii;eso Laundry on Wl"1'*
head street is doing a large business
they turn out excellent work.
"Why. is tbh 'Qallows still kept
standing ? The County Comoieesson.
ern should order it down at once.
Several cases of Oigars were ibipped.
by the "Olinton" this morning to go
by the Southern Pacifio Railroad to
faUloriia,
Spanish limoi are quite plentiful
at the fruit stands bat children
who would not be siok should 'touch
them lightly.
.The orackleg of stones. on Wbite,
head goes on slowlyI but the priuot..
pie part of the filling in ought to be
in the lower part of the city.


Miss Lissle, sister of Hattie Webb,
now convalesoenu. it the H~rrucks
Hospital, died this fronoon and was
'butled at 4 o'cloV k this after'uoon.
It i1 wbiepere4.,10t Patterson does
not sanotiou tbe.,'eof bls name in
coiincotion w4th tl Mayorship. Tie
boys, however, tetr to be running
hiti,"all the aii,'"
The geninJ Odtlector, of lte Port,
wq learn, is qu!te anxious to know
whohe CALLt, will support for the
Mutyorr' Whly, t livue enrgetio, pub.
tio.spirited mas,. of coursu I
The sucresihulmerchant, though ihu
may gruimblu a little at what Iie
thinks the peculiar baindships of his
lot, Inevny regrets that be has made a
forltucti, nor that be close the right
meanus of doing it,
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A Loose Leper.
Tho attention of.the City Health Of.
fico or County Physiciant is called tu the
Nissau leper nnmed R. ,oirt', who ciinie
from one of the keys yi:storhtay, Hle is
I'relly in a horrible coadlltiou,; sbuuild
receive attention at uon, and.l bo klpt
froln into'rourro with ,tl1or por'ins.

From Cb:tl.
Th, .Morgalt Liue Ss. "Clhuton,"' from
llavntuia this mnirnini, broughtt 8 passen.
ur's, 12 horses, 20 qr'. and 2 half pipeH
'winel, 57 bilos toblcc', anil ilonsider.tble
uinl'-ruLtnliiou fruit amrl \ ve;getuthlus,

Thatftilllows,
That "death tr'p" iin the jail yard i ,
an offensive sightl to reftiued and bhi.
mane people, and sl-nl ul linve bet n rc-
moved immwdiatoly aftor the execution.

somel rine l slh I
A pttr'ty of young itui'n went oun witlt
a s'ino th is tuornmg anmil timilo a fitlim
hull of illiscellatneoluJ fia)h near the Oar.
rison bith bouse.

Yes ( after They've all Malde tlelr Jack
A medical gentleumai yesterday re.
nuaikud that "the Iharvest.time of the
doctors and undertakers is about overr"
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A Great lau Guone,
Capt. Win, H. Stuart lto comutandler
of the Babamas Light House Tendeur
"Richmond," died at Jttuiloct on Juno
9th.,
Want the Dultes Removed,
The manufacturers here say that be-
fore they could establish oigar factories
at Nassau, tho Imperial government
nuust remove the duties on maitufactur-
ed tobacco also,
Wrecked.
The schr. "G, I. Mtaril" was blown
ashore last Monday, in a cyclone at Tor'
tugas. She wts lumber ladened from
Cedar Keys. The offooers, crew and
material arrived here 'm the sebra.
"Ir'en" and "Relief" Sunday morning.
_, -- : =
Rev, Mr. Wood's Work In Cuba.
Rov. W. F. Wood arrivedby the
Mascotte" from Havana last night,
on Church business, lie reports much
success in the Chau'ch's work in the
Oienfuogns and Trinidad districts. The
Sunday und day schools are all In a
flourishing condition.
A Leading Dusines c Man Dies.
Mr. J. Piod.la, the wine merchant,
senior member of the firm of J. Piodela
and Son, doing an extensive wholesale
and retail business at the corner of
Thomas and Pctrouia Strouts, died Fri.
day night after a brief illness, of Kidney
troubles, Some of his most intimate
friends did not know that he wias sick
at all, until it was announced that he
was dying.
His family, including the junior mem-
ber of thebo firm, have been summering
at their old homo in Cadiz, Spain, and
consequently woer none of them with
bhlt in his last moments; his son how.
ever is thought to.bo etn route here.
The funeral st-vices Saturday morn.
ing were fine und the attendunoe of fra.
eternal orders anu sympnthizing friends
threat large ; fur, indeed his admiring
acquaintances hero were legion.
The CALL begs to explruss its sincere
regrets to both family and friends.
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t'ooper Pt).~ the Penalty,
William Cooper, th'o colored man con.
victod, at the lust term of our Circuit
Court, of the multrder of Liverpool Bain
and George Hud.son and an attempt
upon the life of another one of his coal.


burning neighbors up on Pine Key, this
morning, itbout 1040, in accordance
with the verdict ofthe Court and the
order of the Governer, suffered in the
jail yard, the awful penalty of the crime
for which he stood l"guilty."
SHis justifilotion was by some stoutly
claimed, but that failing.to be shown to
the Jury olaurly during the trial, hte was
of course oonvicted.and-thanks to the
Rove. Fulwood and Somoillan-it is
now lioped that be has only been jr'ked
to his Jesus.
He showed reciarktble fortitude and
bravery in his last moments, and.' even
the most blessed, remarked that "het
mot death like a miin-a man who looks
forward to a better future ; but ha made
no address whatever* to tho thousands
of onrious spectators.
Ie died from strangulation Dr.
Jehnspn pronounofing him dead-
minute after the p was sprung.
The saw t.40tto.
The saw palm is.i boginnl to
prove ift eulef j T ower have
aon fur hd g Joey, theoots
ae being ueod tatinters, and
now two ladies ar to haye made
.185 in a month ]H 'the berries
for medicinal pu~pose,-I.ongwood
Republican,


"Tomperaano Workers."
At Atchison, Kan,, the women
crusaders visited a liquor saloon and
tried, by prining, to induce thu pro-
prietor of the saloon to close his place.
The proprietor inDited tbhe ladies to
seats, uaked them to pray, and tlen
offered himself the following prayer:
"Almighty Creator! we pray Thee,
hbtve pity upon the women here who is
not grateful for Thy gifts, who wants to
miake Thy children like the beasts of
the filud and to compel thin to drink
water like an ox, while they dress ex.
trl.vagantly and lead their huisbntd by
otlier etravngiuue, not toeding to our
.. .'-' -ing, to baiukruptcy, deprtving
tL '', .f'the pleasures of the world; yes,
a,,. driving them to suicide. Oh, Lord,
have mercy upon these ladies; look upon
th-nm; they wear not even the eolor of
face which Tbou hats given them, but
they ure sinnmng against Thoe, and, not
tcuntelt with ature, paint their faces,
Ohi. Lord! Thoun :ust also peorcive that
their flgiire' is not ia Thon bhust made it,
but they weor humps on their backs
like ceanle, Thoui cestu, oh, Lord! that
thie' bhei.dr'ess consult of false bair,
itmid wbon they open their moutbh Thou
sent their falso teeth; oh, Lord I just
Suitk" a note of the spirt l epring andt
cotton batting contrivancos they woar
iu their boso.unis, for no other, purpose
thun to inake tlhemiselvos voluptuous
anid excite ill a mall a miituclt worse pius-
sein thallithl' uus of winli, Its it dues in
nme thliis nlotent, and for the sRlae Ien-
son they have a No 7 foot pinubed into
a No. l shoea, an d 1. No, 40 waieit queoz.
ed into a No. 17 corsrt. Oh, Lord !
these woien wtnt men who patiently
accept of nil this without using the
power Thou hatu given to unan that all
woumn shall be subject to mipn. They
will not bear the burdens of married
life, obey Thy commands to multiply
and replenish the earth, but they are
too lazy to raise their children, and,
oh, Lord I Thou knowost the crimes
they commit. Oh, Lord! have mercy
upon them and take thoun bttck into Thy
bosom; take folly out of their hearts,
give them comtnuon sense, that they may
be gbod uo d worthy citizens of our be-
loved city of Atchinsion. Oh, Lord I we
thank Thee for the blessings bestowed
upon us and ask Thee to deliver us
front all evils, especially hypocritical
women, and Thini shall be the praise
forever and ever. Amen."
At the closing of lis prayer the
crusaders, one by one, silently and
quietly departed.

Physiolats Htave To0nt Out,
That a gjptaminating and foreign
element in the blood, developed by
iidigestio is the cause of rheumatism.
This etffiles upon the seinitive sub.
cutanoons covering nf the muscles and
ligteuinta of the joints, QagaUin uoastaut
and shifting pain, and aggregating as a
caloareous, chalky deposit which pro-
duces stillness and ditortion of the
joints. No fact which experience has
demonstrate in regard to Hostettor's
Stomach Bitters has stronger evidenoo
to support than this, namely, that this
medicine of oompruhehsive uses ohooke
the formidable and atrocious disease, nor
is it less positively established that it is
preferable to the poisons often used to
arrest ;t, since the medicine contains
only salutsry'ingrediente, It is a signal
remedy for malarial fevers, constipation,
kidney and bladder aillients debility
and other disorders. See that you get
the genuine.
-NEW- NOTE.-
NEWSY NOTES.
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Upon an average 7 men per day go
Irazy in New York City.
The famous mine of Potosi, Bolivia,
has yielded $1,000,000,000 from 1545 to
1798, a period of 244 years.
The FR & F Co, 'offers special pre. ]
miums on tobacco to be exhibited at the
Columbia county fair, and proposes to
transport the exhibits free.
A meeting of persons interested in the
Tebuantepeo raiway project is bemg
held in Pttsburg. it is the first meet.
ing which has buen held sinou Captain
Ead's deonth.


"Oltlretn' Tloket."

Editor EVENING CALL:
Please announce the following as suit.
able candidates for election to office at
the ensuing election &
For Mayor-G. BowN PATT RSON.
For Aldermea--lst Ward, HORATIO
CnAIt and W\., H. WILLIAMS; 2d
Ward, PBTER T. KNIGHT and MA.
sON 8. MORsNO; 8rd Ward, Jsmar
FOoARat and SAMUEL B'ILBht.
For farshall--OAlhE. B. PZNDLI.
TON.
For Health Offioer-Da, J. W. V. It.
PLUOMiIn
For Clerk- W A. GWIMN,
For Asaessor-Taos, A. TAYLOR,
For OoUtltor-O-aI, ,B. SWEETINO
M. D.
For TIeasurer-J. Y. PORTal, M. D.
*A4-tfl MAT OCrrIsm Na.


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NOTICE or NCooitoAAToN or
THE .AIF B CITY A Nf ULF
RAILROAD. COMPANY. '
By authority of Q at t.4tbvl 'Legi-.
llture of the Mtatu of Flordrid enttltd
ot to provj l a oreeti'rl Ulw.j tbe
coloration of ruIroad1s nd' s,
red February 19t 4 tt
y given a required b d f t,
that a company ham bae0 l I
the name of the Hahic'teslf
Railroad Company, to -be
all the rights, power,
franchisee conforrod i l
formed uador said act i
uf oonstrnoting, mwantainti
eating a railroad for public it
convoyaInc of perieon u aU
The main line of Wi4l
about one hundred mwlo' ad
will be construoted from
Polk county, Florida, to ocii
tbh Gulf of Mexico, td
through or into the countilf o
Mamutee and Monroe, in the 'State 6f
!'loridit.
JAS. P. LOGAN,
JAS. 8WANPI,
SAW'L M. INMAN,
W. J. JARVI8,
W. k. LP WITCH,
F. K. J I. A.,

April 16-12w.
In the Oiranit oeurt of the tbh JlUlsa
Crsioat of the ststo of florioi. F,
Monros County I
IN CIANCI11YT,
In thi matter of Wellngton )
Iothlol, a Minor, for license
to not Nas lFro Dealor, )
'J'Tbis Wls n U I) o on to b beard upon
) pfetion (If atid Wellington Bothel, and
the report of thei mftitor lell in this cause
on tie ~i0tlh day of rMny 1887, and lhaviRg
oounlderedttho said petition and tho tosti.
molly reported, together within the opinion
of mnid laster, unlop said evidence the
nourt is of the plinioi that the said Wol.
lington Uothel should be granted theask-
-ing of Mid petition.
It tln lthorefore reported, adjudged, and
decrooed, a follows ; viz : -That the report
of the nnaster be, nand the Hamun is in all
respoot, lereby confitrnd ; and the prayer
of tho pottion of the said Wellington
ftlol, is. hereby granted: lnd that said
p,otitioner V/ollin gton Bethelis hereby au.
thorrl d to take charge ol', aad manage his
mwn property andI aestto, and to.beoorie a
fruee (alotlr, to idottrct, nd be o ontraoted
with, oIn si flaild isH ulld, and to bind
himsnulf in all respects as fully as if he were
of the full age of tw(nty.one, In according
witlh the law made andt provide.
(sN) H. L. Ir aMoun .,
lay 310. 1887. Jildge,
NOTION of LIMITED 00,.?PABT SHIIM ,
NoItlceis hereby given that E. Car-
t'lyanand 'Y, J. Ojeda, have on May nd
1S87 entered itto n Limited Copartner.
.ship aicorditni to Chapl ,l59 LatW of Fla.
to mlauifactur' Cl-ar4 at Key lWest, Fla.
under the niam otf J. E. Cartayn t Co.
'tLimited)"to exists two yenr unless sooner
lsnolvold, Ihoe articles of which Copart.
uorrhip are of lleorl in the Oflice of the
Clerk of Court Monroe Uounty,
J, 1.7 CAHTAVA,
SA Y. J OEDoo,
eiy W\\'t, May 8--f w.
Estate of ObaCrle kon we eeo
A Ltr lrsois havingll celi
Btisad eotitto, "'
,chin twu yeai .
be barred. Those inlilel.ti
forward und vttlo the te s:
delay. *I-
HBla eltj'r-l. CnAlN,
Key West, June 1.5l Ad inni istraimto*r
Monruo Coinyl. 3Ey.
lIXFCU'llOII*M NO'l'('HI,
LetterI testHnmentary on the state of
Feederitk Johnson eolks Johan Christian-
sen. late of MoLtue county, d40pmed, hnv-
Ing been grahtod to de by thi Hosaomrbe
the C(ounty Judge of said county I Notice
is horehy given to all persons having
blaithi against said estate to present thio
amiuo to he within th thie prescribed by
law, atherwie payment of same will be
bnotr4 I nad thoo indebted to said estate
are t oqlOeted to Uakel piymoeut to 'ie
withlot delay.
E O0. LOCKE,
Executor of Estate of
.Frederick Johnson
a a Johuin Christiansen.
Key \Vet, f[t !26, 1887.

'LAR WiWA'COFFE lllILL,
T TTH PVBLIO,
I bcl to inform my good frinlts and
the public lii gsneratl that I liivi reopened
lny od etnblirishmnont wltre uny custom.
ers can gut goodl roasted, ooff, e either
Around or whole at tie ilW pries of 20
Oeats per ponnd,
Thro is lho hanrm in t'y)lng an article so
much ncedcd. I'Pnrties willing to expend
20,10 or 0 cents \ili find a trdceconomy,
not to In overlooked and to t:,eir own iu.
teret,. To sl ope desiring to nse my cof.
feet I will nllIw a liber'li diseootlt in order
to riinhle tlheln tO sell it to ^ttomers att
HIP smion, price t4Eive yoer mnol0t 'yn I oget
good coffuo. *" 0

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fie amkd.hmud-a or d sM of priem
8"01 ky.e f4 2 itl on Iwlot SaL,
s.uumo ft which "a enuInt g ) 1l1'
mnaltei free oa nppllation.
We ama turalsh nuytinmg from a USdhia to
an ylinlder IPtOas.
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F, Hernandes & Bro,


SABINO HERNANDEZ,
Mb $-1-s.8 .12m] .. pr'o-:eriet or.


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Rebuilt and Improvped.

J. W. SAWYER,
Has just returned' from New York with
the heaviest line of winter and


0Goodf


ever offered in thif city,
CONSISTING IN PART OF
100 Wedding Stilts, 500 Full Dress Suits,
1000 Business Muits, 1500 B3oys Suits,
500 Overcoats together with

IATS, CAPS, SHOES, TRUNKS, VALISES,
ar;eevlwr aXC tC=rin lerwear-,
Hamve polite Clerks and will sell at ithe
lowest possible rate.,


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J. W, SAW'VER.


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PETRONIA STREET NEAR WIIITEIEAI.

1AVlNG bullet a large storo adjoining my resliloeuc, anu flilld
t1 it to repletion with the most extenslve, stock of
,ts & Shoes, Fancy Goods, H-atns & (Clps,
lg', Rubber Goods, Southwesters, &c &(.


At prices that will suit all. Remember
SMept 1s8 JOHN MC


the place
KILLIP.


McDERMOTT & HIGGS,


BfUIDERS & CONTRACTORS

astl Mtis for Contracts Furnished at Short otics.

Contracts will be naken uipon liberal terms and work guarantecd,
OHice omn inrolino Street Opposiie M Ktn1p',. Ou(t P


COMPARATIVE WORTH or BAKING POWDERS.
BOYAL (Ablolatly ..Pan)
GPRANTS (Alum Powder)*
RUXFOn 'S, whe terlh,.


RANFOID'S, ahen frTen...
(ED laEPD' owder)#
C~IU AR N (AlmaD l'O wder) *,,.


ANAZON (AlumaPowdet) 0.
VLUE't~LAND'~K(siuoetwtoio.n ''
PIO NREEr...n.... ....I.... ....

VL. PIRIc's .......
'SNOW ?LAE (io! s)

PEARL (Amadrows & Co,),, ON
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~IB'BnrU~!,,5~l (owersedLese).,
IUKFO~iD'S9iwbeaeetkhee


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4$~ M ry ;i~B.-e' .ot~e O1 St untdi i
C0Wr **1TE tAD AND-, S0-UT.N4.'kV ST RETS.

Pi 1 mw feie ving'VRESH GOODS b every atoaer.
hI 111aw .940 u Ist Queik Sules aund *mell Pollt," asud I
Glarauitos Satupikleciost-. Cal lasuit ce to I


CANNED GOODS,
Together with the following V' /9O1 S*
Cabbages Carrotr, Turnips, Beets, Cbler Looks, Potatoes, Onions,
Parsley, lomantoes, Sweet Peppers, yanm1,, Yu'n, Pumpkius, Cocomnlsn,
Okra, and Egg Plants.
3POrel lL. 33e T Pork, Mutton, Poultry, Butter, Clhose,
Lardil, Slieos, and FiiJ.h (h'Oren and IBlack Teas. ,
rie Pritce rccaonamublo as any pine in tho ity.
Give ,if( (t ~ 'ill afd see fo'r i/yousv'esfi.


Doe 4- '

GRAND) OPENING.

N i' STORE AM) NEW GOODS.
AT" 'TI

CENTRAL LLOTHINff STORE,
Cor. J^aols.son act Ficxxroe,
Now open with 1a full liniu of FINI CiOATIll.N IImoet,
IIAT, CAPS, GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS, &c.
At pr''ic that will coimnnmn dl an inspection.


(Call qi

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zd Examine.

STEPHEN MOCKILLIP.


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BRILLIANT JEWELRY ,
AND

Silver Plated XWare.
HIAS ONJ IIA.ND
ELGIN WAV TCHIES, CLOOc.'i' vitlowuN patteimna,
D LiMOND) ."igf/e' lrinuIf, TIadles CHAINS amd
IDraceler, F1INGEli an.d JE Iln1I/gs fltae old,
1i11ACE'LETLIS, ttW/t-o tiat, ,Ce', ac. ,Cy, tC',
I buy for eaosh, nmii will sell at an honmlst price, un its own umerits, with.
out tiism'ore'L'sIseinttiuli; I ilnviitvi a inlspectioul.


Doe. Oth 'R8l'


LOUIS A OREAUX,
Iranmtun.l \V--itc!stn:tek m- I-&.Juwo1 i.l


WATCHES, 014tMONDS, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, SPECTAC-ES,
I'lue, Diamonold I oloild y Gooijc(1r a speciailty..


FITNE D)IAMONDI SETS,
Also it fine lbic of -SlIA'WilPPLATED WA IM, of best 'Alatitif:fu-toryY


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Oppihe ip church Girounde.
HmiRa a 'ii dta g the Pgbi'o, Ntw York, 8. C. Hats,
SiouMoeii oreakf B ked Sausages, Piokled 4Sag s,
and StmeIase Lard.; tF Plokled 'Mrpo, Bmoked Beef, Pig'
Tonga ouse Lamb Tongues, ulton Market Spiced Beef, Mtinte
MNot, fresh *2 ,
aP.X..ttrwif ad vli W Femexvm.
Bananasn Plantains Capie 0od -lranberries, Raisins, Figs, Orangos,
Apples. urrants, Citron, Plum Pudding in Tins, Ingliuh Jams and
3armelado in Jars, Prunes 10 ots. lb., and a fiun fresh lot of


MONSA:1jV-ATGE. BRO.S

ASt thke Aricib DO building Frout Sij~ji treetof

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Which the orf ttf ~tmr that sre

them a c large shar~e qahepu~bl lid v.Ql

Call Andr See Thllzeir 006(180:a~.

Kcv WF~~Iln.. Mareb 1 '87. 1 10%4b,'LVATOI '1Ta G


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Ifouse-keeplugg Articles, Crockery,
n111ma;ketp tn OIcCfq~rliEf 1#p siscoot

~oral Of Wtovelf
SABRIE8, 'BU,"jS, DOOM, MOULDINGS LI1PI
ONMIENT ISAIB &C.,
Ptclickrar FrOINIT-d it) Zrg
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PIWOTOG-RAPH ARTISTS,900
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re fl Iow prepared ta furitimb 1 ctsuq~!~lr~

Almust by ifif~llila Witt did-Iren


Vlews a Specialty.
AT OUIC, GAvxir~tY Olt ATI TUIE NN~vS 1),EOT.
Gin i-er-rutodu ce perfout likeiienses to,(mas old pti1114o 11
ill the highf-s~t ell Ik. or the a l~I.


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tartar of a It degyree, of mgrit, u-wW dliF no cr n either tan W I(
r ir~tn';gti Injultum substance& off ~tr(WI~
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out ork 40 at state 70.11TO boat,(,o the county
ORO, r =,o;0 a' ood bao over n m saveuu biobk emnbatio, and taut-
frgomineut ch #V~ l~rol Wi r UsVN MA ga ft of
~io~ibu~ou Plr the g oo prS Arh at varldall Be"--
~hd~ rd ~p~~lft~ tiboby Prot cbdl
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altli *wt being as, WW4- -rdurpWW tat for woft by
FlebodOW my JWOV14 -hat avort-dbw"%* wom ior'df *o Royal 1=b
Itwbr knows by protica exparknob A$ 1! a ~a It tow gonts Pnu er oa
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hb~J58lw6 psnou of Ukti o ft"
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a etmoth tb~ o Wders rm~kd od t a' ,ii It is not to be "bog Ad~
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