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: November 4, 1882
Frequency: weekly (published every saturday)
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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 )
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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: VID00007
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: ltuf - AKN0309
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VOL 8.--NO 46


THERE
0EY OF THE GULF,

VERY SATURDAY MORNING,
S)I'F-Ic 'E rN (, HARh .I SSTI EE'r'.
ICr' mo of Snbsoriptiou 82 a year.
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f sumanro, oine insertion 1 00
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,. squares, o e inmerti n '- 2ou
,os lUariBes, o8e month 5 00
six squayv.i, one ianrtion 6 00
is x qqureos, ou Inolmth 1i 00
1,.1 :,q aroe on iUturtilu 10 go
,in ;it squares, one iontnh 0 00
ilruliilf cotniliu, Ono ye) 00
lu I-, Jl)ll), ono inserttiiu U Mt
liti cul01111, uon umlntilt o0 00
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in, column n. twelve mluonthsl 1.o It0
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KEY WEST, FLA., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1882.


ulaid carter' No 1,11 A. New-York Cothing
S Moets at the Masonic
Hall every second and
fourth Wednesday Even. C
"L "" J m ings of each month, at 79 *
O'clock
<-4 Visiting compiantions cor.
,iallty invited to attend.
J.\ .V.R. PLUMMRR .H. P.
Go. H. CURRY, Sec'y.

he af;tNO ISoUteetIs
CLOTHiNG N' HOUSE


iA.LDi IOIDGEUI No. 14.
1,'. & A.., .


GEo. D. VWARUEN, W. iM.
II. Cut ly, Sec'y.
il. .... I,!.^' OIv lOiSGlE,
X t.. Ilb. a'. &A A. If.
M[et.ls it their Hall on the Ist and
; 'i i e'ut,'a..nk ~at, t ) 7 u'cluck.
Q. HITaNANnDz, W. M,
(CALUO CiUCET, Sec'y,
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U 1 S'atts Om.maispianer.
C V n o practie- im Ctit> in d |
Cili-t.Vt Cotlls. ij
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C.-;, Will pilu'ticu lu U. S. State
a t County Courts. .,9


;, gOg wt I' 'AT 'vr'ui stNO,
jktt'3y aot I-.amw
AND
U,-S. DISTRICT ATTORNEY.,
\'Vill pr'acticu iu tih U. S. and State


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Ol-,., SIMINT0N STREPET,
W\Vill Il t ici: inll U litLc.d atitus
anl Oircuit LlnIrtns.






Oposit. Russelli ouse
KEY WE sT, FLA.
R J W. VAP HEC PLUMMEA,
PHYDSICIArN n SURGEON.
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Biets Embulmed atl forwarded to Friends.
One ndersii informs hi friend .

SURGEON DENTIST,
Oppouitn. Russell House.
KBY W'EsT. FLA.







APOTHECAR IES' HL L
Dr. J. EPH OTTO,
DruJa ist 6nd Clhenist,
fanoy Goods, Stationgry, &o,
Sites lAD balm S aTT forwreldt to Frienal
Phyllciane' Prescri tions accurately
sprpallred ipt eal heryig th day or ni.ht






The undersigneod infuorms his friends
and tho public generally that he is
now prepared to
(l asn and expect to gi csto
Clocks Aeit
at the Drug Store of Dr. a. S. John-
son, DJuIal street.
J. J. WARREN.
Jan. 6 '82

LOUIS A. GREAUX,

(Colrnr of Greene & Duval Streets.
UST R eeived, H flua ismrtment of
Pure Joweiry, conslstingf of
.ADchia' ,ETT -gold and Tcoral
WeddPing RIn Hatu
PRIL.VCES REASOB *
All warmnted, at very low prices. t
abshall represent everything that I sell
Inst as it is, and expect to gain custom
by it.
ai Alligator tooth Srtts ta sbeeamtyv
MRS.F. .McULUotTP ,
liSn JIAtl Ilcelt'ell
M ILL IN'IEI 1" GOODS *
a ml, off*'re bhr services 1to the ladipes for
Bloaohinl, Altoring and Trimming
Sat in thli latvt stylue.
She also Bkaohes gentlemen's
Panama Hats.
PRICES REASONABLE,


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1Key Wet Il'a eem nfl>IUtas'll, i'. ?
l tlccts it Od td Fe'llow~
1dHll on tho 2tl alln1, 4tll
T'd "'iiVi>a, n8 F P. Mi.
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KEY WEST LODGE. No. 13.
Mestis at, Old Fellows Hull every
.Iiil.t y at 8 p.m.
amLRED RnosT. N. G.
E. O. ,oc'E, J. inc'y.



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l'IT'lj' l' ^f y,^'K,
No. 1, 1. Cood Templars.
Oragamnized Nov'r. 17th, '74.
Muets every Saturday at 7 P.M.,
t .ltheo Mlasoniic Hall, un Siolllnln .st.
ED. HIuDsoN, W. C. T.
Oao. D. WAaRRi, W. 8.
KNIGHTS OF TEMPERBAN ,.
Ke'y W'Vet CConsiltory, No.l.
Meet 2nid and 4th Thursday 3vin.-
lig., of very milonh, it tho Gmintl
T'mplar's Hall, Simontou-street, int
71 o'clock.
ROBT. WATSON, Rocordelr.
.No. 1,

II


/BAHAMIAN BURtAAL 80CIETY
'of Key West, fla.
Orqatixed September 29, 1880.
The meetings of this Socicty tako
place otn th First and Third Alonday in
each montl ,nt 7.10 p.ma, at their Suocoty
Roomn oun Pual Str et.
A, '. LOWE, Preident.
my20 JAS CORNISH, Secy.
F'IRE POLICE.
Meets at the Citv Hall the 1st of
every month.
By order of C(lit. Ledwith,
Rt. WATSON, elretairy.

RUDOLPH WRNTZEL,
TONSORIAL ARTIST,
At his New Stand,
FRONT STREET.
Adjoining 8ariol's,
is now prepared to shave, shampit and
cut hair in the best nd latest Fashion,
in the shortest possible time, and at
moderato rctes.

Ice Cream.
Mr. WaI.LACOT, our C(Ianly man has
enlarged and imnirosed his
ICE CREAM SALOON
si, as to make it one- of the most fash.
inriilnle resort in tlhei City
He hile ilbuiprovetd n large Hlssort.
wnent of SUPEItlOR CANDY, es.
pecially adopted to balls and lartles.
He invites all to visit him.
April 29, tf.]


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Has Opened ELIAiB L
RELIABLE
.New Store, cor'.
o/ FIont &, Fltz-
of Li/'t ^ ca.tu ltl es
paturick Streets,
a LaUrfge Stock of
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wbicl Ihe offers to his friends and cnuto.llrl t at LOW RBTES.
Ti r ) 1 A iIJ! lrf'ill 41
BOO TS AN I)TOI)fES ,'"" <.ti',,,,n.
.anti
u Ni T i 0 D o
for Mlln. Youthsi, aiinl Clh.di'c-u.
S *,.4,- LnI e ,Jr'eftu d'-Ip-
0t i i ,fof .,
-T1 U-NKS uandl VAALsI-;.S of Cvvv dec'itjit,

Jewvelry, &
Cl.Il aTLdl. ee mwaty Itcoo1I..
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RUSSELL


HOSE,


DUVAL STREET,
KEY' WEST, JFLA.
O'W. 4. tlllrP'i.l, Proll.ictlolr C. T. RICIMU IIIL, L1 ingllie
OSLI F1-RlT CLASH HOTEL IN THE -CTY.
Lm-go., Airyv, Veoll-Furnished foonis.
ij riug Beds oadl HIai Matresses in ever y v oom,
Table Furnishsd with Best the Market & fid.
IInuse liha just b-.eil cotuiili'tely rc'novtalr'l anld now offers superior ae.
conotilltiotioin to the lnlllio. A Finte Br- (with a superior brand of
WVhiskl;v fur family us-) Iad Billiard uooin attached to the
huousie, th-- former stocked with the best Wines, Liquors


O(1 and Ogaire.
Apoillliair'i, IliiLatnieii and VIhy Waters always on hand
silpt. 3S 0t2

ORANGE GROVE
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'1A MI A, IF LA.
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r 'IiS HOUSE is now re.open'il for the rreeption of Guests. Select
1 board with eleginntlv fnrl:.i.shed apartments, finely ventilotd, single
or in stuits, in olle of lthe inout dlightfql Iqeationl lq towq.
.O0citlneimiei d falllinllits. or truil'uisit boarilers, oali be aoiommodated
at verYv reasonableo priest l

H,, L. CRANE, PROPRIaTOR
I'nnaln. Flnridn.r Nov. 17th 1177

J. B. P. IIASKINS
WHOLESIIAL & RETAIL



B I

AVING completed all m nrrangemerts for importing Cattle from the
Mainland, I am preparsre to furnish all retail dealers with

FIRST-CLASS BEEF
rf B MW BEFe' at #all No. 9, CityVlarlket,
lK-y WCest, AlglI.'81,


-A Literars Curlosity.
A BEMARZABLE POEM IN WHICH THIRD.
TY-azOIT POEMS CONTRIBUTE
A LINE EACH.
The following very remarkable lit.
tle poem is a contribution to the San.
Francisoo Times from the pen of Mr.
H. A. Demming. The reader will
sco that each line Is a quotation from
some one of the standard authors of
England and d America. Thia*is the
i'sult. of years of laborl.ous search
among the voluminous writings of 88
leading poetus of the past and press.
ent. The number of each line refers
to the author below :
1. Why is all this toil for triumph
of ait hour ?
2. Life's a short summer, man's a
flower.
8. By turns we catch the vital
breath and die.
4, The cradle and the tomb, also I
so high.
5. To be is better far than not to
be.
6. Though all men's lives may seem
a tragedy ;
7. But light cares speak when
mighty griefs are dumb.
8. The bottom is but shallow
whence they come.
9. Your fate is but the cornmmon
fato of all;
10. Unimiiigted joys here on man
cill befall.
11. Natult. to each allots its proper
spheli .
12. Furtune minakbe folly her partio.
ular.care.
13. Custom dues often reason over.
rule.
14 And tllniow a cruel sunshine on
a foul.
15. Live well ; how longg ndl short ,
permit to heluvin ;
16. They who forgive most shall
be u)osa forgiven.
17. Sin tary be clasped so close we
cannot see ilu face.
18. Vile iutcruourso whore virtue
has nio plae.
I,. Then keel each pasiop down,
h,,fvr '(A'"1 ** 1 kMTKc"
20. Thou penduluw betwixt a smile
and tear.
21. Her sensual snares let faithless
pleasure lay,.
22. With craft and skill to ruin and
betray.
28. Soar not too high to fall, but
stoop to ribe.
24. We masters prow of all that
we despised.
25. Oh, then renounces that impi.
ous self.esteem I
26. Riches have wings, and gran-
deur is a dream.
27. Think not ambition wise be.
cause 'tis brave.
.28. The laths of glory lead but to
the grave.
29. What is ambition P 'Tis a glo-
rious cheat-
80. Only destructive in the brave
and great.
31. What's all the gaudy glitter of
a crown.
82 The way of bliss lies not on
beds of dawn.
88. How long we live, not years,
but actions tell-
84. That inan lives twice who lives
the first life well.
35. Make, then, while yet ye may,
your God vio'i' friend.
36. Wbhom Cris.tians worship, yet
not comprehend.
87. The t'rut that's given guard,
and to yourself be just. )
88. For live we how, we can, die we
must.
1, Young 2, Dr. Tohnson ; 8,
Pope ; 4. Prior; 6, Sowell ; 6, Spes-.
oei' 7, Daniel; 8, Sir Walte? Scott;
9, Longfellow; 1i, Sounhwell i 11,
Congrevae; T2, OhurchllUi 18, Rochi,
ester i 14, Armistrongl 1,. Mlthn
16, Bailey 1 Trench f 18, Somer.
ville i 19, Thompson ; 20, Byron ; 21
Smollelt ; 22, Crabhe a 28, Macsinu
ger ; 24, Cowley ; 28, Beittiei 26,
Oowper; 27, Sir Walter Devenaut I
28, Gray 2 S9, Willin 80, A 81, Dryder. 1 82., Francis Uhailes ;
88, Wntkins ; 84, Herrick ; 85, Wil-
liam Mason ; 86, Pill; 87, Duna n
88, Shakespeare.-San Franiseco
Times.

A E rlpl1eYlided Complimenlt.
Do you mean to insult this court,
sir, by saiyng that I am druhk f"
asked a judge of a prisoner.
Did 1 say that you were drunk P"


Ys, you did, sir, and under the
laws of Arkansas I can send you to
the penitentiary. Drnak a Judge
drunk I-Mr. Officer -
Judge, I mean it as a compliment.
Justice is blind, you kiow. When I
said that you were drunk, 1 mean
blind, for you know that the wotd
have the same meaning."
Ah, sir. I am glad that you ex.
plained. You are disohbrged.-Ar.
kftwas TV..'r.


PRICE 10 CENTS


POETRY.
--~.-
DImoe iiutumin Huti Mourn.
uhl pace.
Summer is dead too soon her radiant
%*shapa
Beneath a humid pall of leaves is laid;
Too soon is fled the swallow to escape
The biting wind, and wintoi's cruel
shade.
Summer is dead; the weeping forest
tree -
Aepelits the cry amid Lts falling leaves;
Past is the ohoerful hum of laden bee,
Vanished the mellow glory of the
sheaves.
Now do grimshadows usher in the night,
That follows fast upon the shortened
I' day i
More boldly doth the night-bird wing
her flight,
And croak defiance to the moon's wan
ray.
Now doth the peasant, hastening sadly
home,
Tirembling, recall some half-forgotten
tale ;
How in the chill of evening, elf and
gnome,
Sporting, hold revel high on hill and
dale.
Up from the deep muoisb bosom of.the
earth,
Autumn arising shakes her dewy hair,
And leaves the sedgy marshes of her
birth
To soar aloft; a creature wondrous
fail I
But pale and sad ; one slender hand
uphold
Above her head a veil's translucent
sheen,
That falling, wrapt within its silv'ry
folds
Her limbs, whose charm thus hidden,
yet is soon.
A weird light flickers fainting rhund her
head,
And sparkles on the tinted gossamer
Of delicate wings, that to the breeze
outspread
Pllport her flight, yet scarcely seemo
..i(f *.--tS r M'- ,, I I,. -

YJt tears ae in her eyes, ah I mournful
tears;
A shad'yi a uer pale brow as of
pai, ;
Telling of faadd hopes In, vanished
years,
Of mirth and joys that utay not come
again.
So have I heard hur from her couch
arise,
When night is full of murmurs, and
the sound
Of the clill air that rustles as she flies,
And the dead twigs that crackle to
the ground,
And thus she floateth, brushing from
the bough
The russet loaves that sadly linger
there
And wrestles them into chnplets for her
brow,
Or plucks the drooping flowerets for
her hair.
And while the rain-drops on the grass,
Fall with a ceaseless monotone, the
night
Enwraps her, and the stars behold her
pass
Through the bleak darkness in her
silent flight.
-Chambers' Journal.




INYCELLNY
Sj ..' .-

4 I4tftle. World dof Four Lmot.
There Is to be a weddin/,a oon, thb
way to which was paved with so mnch
delicate ingenuity by the l1dy in the
ease tlht it is worth recording. Tle
gentleman hadl been an accepted a.iitor
for months, but had never even .re-
moiely alluded to the wedding dayv,
and the lady, tired of so much w )t'
Ing, made up her mind to nrotipt im"n
a little on the first favrable oepasion.
It happened in this way I Tbhej iover
sitittg in the garden, and. as-was his
custom be was making himself agree-
able by gallant speeches,- in one of
which he alluled to her as darling."
Ho emdnaltised the name by a tender


pressure of the baud, and remarked
thit darling" was the sweetest word
in the English language for it. ..
Do you think no P" she .naked tu
a tremulous voieo i "there is. another
name shat to me Is far sweeter."
What is It darling-?" asked the
lover, rapturously.
Just a little word o- four letters
wife"-she answered with a 'geWtHi
confusion, and tbrero was noth. igh-ltft
for him but to ask her to. dcidel te1
day when he might call bor.'~h her
favorite nnmo,--Ohieago Timsni .


Ass Origlllnl Letter
Says an exchange A good deal
of laughter has greeted the following
letter, which is Baid to have been
written in these circumstances : Two
well known young men had quareled
about some trifle. Cards had been
exchanged; seconds summoned; a
duel arranged. On the morning of
the fight, the obalenged principal re.
ceived tbie letter from the challenger a
"My Dear Sir and Adversary: I
have two objections to the duel
which over-obliglug fr'.and,'&atfo
arranged between us. My first
objection is, I am afraid of hurting
you. My second objection ig I am
afraid you will hurt me. Really
can't see what earthly advantage it
would he to put a ball into your
body, even were I to lodge it into
the most fleshy part of your back. I
could not make the least culinary use
of you after your death, for you are
neither a rabbit nor a turkey, besides
I am not a cannibal, and do not feed
on human flesh. Wherefore, then
should I kill a man whom I can
put to no sort of use? Beef is a
great deal better, for while I am quite
sure yours is tender and delicate, I
amt afraid it lacks that firmness
which t-ikes salt, and I am sure it
would not keep lonr. As for my-
self, I confess I have decided ob-
jections to putting myself in the path
of a dangerous projectile; I am down-
right frightened to :tbinlt you might
hit me and I feel prudence requires
me to keep in doors at the time ap.
pointed by our over-obliging friends
for you to shoot your pistol. If you
persist in your whim ot trying
your pistols, oblige me by taking for
your mark some object of nearly my
dimensions. For instance, the trunk
of a tree. You will find plenty of
them in the Bois'de Boulogne. If
you hit, drop me a line to let me
know, and ] will instantly confess
that, had I stood in the tree's place,
you would have hit me too. Accept,
my dear sir and adversary, assu-
rances of my. most distinguished con.
sideration."
.---=u,.- m--=---- -~
Moro ollonr Tiliui Liavw.
When Gratiot Colnty first begui
to be disturbed by pioneers, and soon
after it had its first'.JIAtitc otbth
Peace, a farmer named Davison walk-
ed three miles to seunre a warrant for
the arrest of his neighbor, named
Meacham, for assault and battery.
To save the constable a six miles' trip
the defendamit walked in with the
plaintiff. They encountered his Honor
just leaving his house with a gun on
his shoulder, and Davison halted him
with :
'Sqnar' I want a warrant for this
man for striking me.
I'm in, an awful hurry-come to.
morrow.
So'omn I n a hurry, and I'm going
to have a raising tomorrow.
Memalham, did you hit him
Yes.
Davison, did you strike first I
No.
Meaohnam, had you rather work for
him three days than go to jailP
I guess so.
And will that satisfy you, Davi.
son P
Yes.
Then make tracks for home, and
don't bother nm another minute I
My son fust came in with the news
that an old bear and three tcub are
up the same beech down at the edge
o the slashing, and I'm going' to have
some bear tfeat if it upsets the Su-
preme bench of Miehigan. Court
stands ndjoprned.-Detroit Free Press.'

Thieo Aooomniodllln a Lover.
When a certain family on the Brush
farm took a new cook last month it"
was specifically stated and fully under-
stood that she" was not to have any
men hanging around"~ tlr-kitchen.
She'beld to the agreementt .ftor .three:
on four nights,.and then the'famtnily.
dieoovered. that she had a beau. He
comn regularly every night after that
and. three or four niht* ago the Col-
onel was At .the back gate. waiting
for him. When thl young man ap.
peeled the Colonel th:ow- whole Ice.
berg into his tone as he inquired a
"Wel, .sir, did yon conm hero to
spark I .
I did, was the calm reply.
In luov, are you ?
Yea, sir. "
SWh with ? '.
Brah, the cook.
Oh, I didn't know *but you loved


one of my daughters, sneered the
Uplonol."
?To, I don't at prpesnt, said the
m,%n as he vemnel to catch a salden
idea, '1ut the thing hasn't gone so
far .with Sarah but what I might
break off in' caset yo hA~d -some.
.l-ingbotterr up stairs for me 1.
arali dnesna t work thoreo ny more,
but'the Golonel won't get over beink
m-lA fn'r a.vor.;l we -:: a .t.- i'.


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S hnSl hur h i ld th eir l tid i Titu svillu on IliiI n iver, Ilt l,501 poldo uit it a "n'wllu t pI rvasive idi- "Yi Al W As l'l .iiit .,il i s'i- V' i
l e- tl t. o.f .e., "I a .v L.a., I rs. p r year. .viduld, but i in th politi ca m. i 01it1l.ii.ito :r il l i' ,I, at 1 i. ,
Official Paper, 6ti Judicial circuit, A ".parl ',h smtao.l r of nil- The News is a vt.v or ditable 2l8 paign that, fl ri. s like grren h e fo ti O ti d ,it half ,i sih .ll.
l.i. ca l .:E itor -and It ltl. ...* ,; Ltr rll ,. ',, ,I I Iulslf on the colum n shl.oot, with a f ,i .r l irii bg bay ttroe, N jo iucuI l of any pro- South of Lake G eorgeI laudiug. T h ll R al l ;s:t .tl, ,'h. t: pay f titl s,
I D n.) ellp.li s i s ini L trl i t ol, h Snator p: lttroll Itlii']( s nit li. lt i ha li. Ininl nce ile i:t)U trV elrscI ns him. chlef pilot, fliCrel ian, a"nd oin dA.k l ,., 1 t 111, 11 o I
SATIT RDAY. N(OVEMBIH 1 1,' 1".1 li, t1i. ( ('hnll t,'llIr cUlllll.l li, I ,utt's thne It, l.llll l; .....o IllCo aif TO *tt ht an inldNie(nw i 'kt fsr 1th hltl .lreilitew'dr Tlhe stetull or lU i ,, i .
E U A T ..-..... oIlitv t,() sgU lttj ;. Scti wivtreo. T" l tt i -t.0iut,0 Califtni a, id a, and Ke ;'1,t. J
1thrn,,i.illh t. i t arL g d priniri,siti 'e toiu tptd we bt. li-.v, l, io. i ... ;.. i;iOl ii..u si tl,,,, thr 'i liii ro er ta e J a ll c of tio c ctlo. i .
Lto dfe it h i t niti he ,, b u ali. iu s snl. h ,. h Te th ,, ,.,,,Ine I to i (i. ,i ,:, 1 I r oter t e Alu t t t., t a :; .l ''F A(r tR

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|S | l | |d. Pu|l l lil)|i di tlf c t-I vlueo thidkinra b ,.. .k i i 1 1 ,nIIhi 0 1.,- ( 1 h 6 i w yel lowr fver le |irt .o 11 I
Sbtst In 1 ill the D) olcrLalic r ol m it- .lovC it licised .- .v ,, Iany ch ,. 1,. the LO d ,ath r 't r - aA.l
"UNNONN-aC- for p 1in i.abl.ue () Colletor nr t loll'i ii ii i f t i ll Hr .- KeyIit I W s, e t. t h, 1'f
te'n It resit In t uI left Ihl Custo nI 'le a butLs a ulsrlll i t s ,lxi. onI i ll-o o. sph, u tn. ut Niws ,t tltrl ltlo-p h thAt Ui t t a S;, : : lle
1tl0, h.eliv rlt ey w 'titihal. I t d i cllklhttir Cultiliaii 1 AIDh W i p..ws *t tll i u t, h1 UnTWO i it,.,1 oI r,,.t 5U n'e t
Stus t' |l 'y with a inlru corol)l'lt a clv ;: in, pT'bl- lihdc No I;| at l e w news Rusil diplounuey is I ll kiug grit U nitOed t. aud 1 on Tlhusll ; ,
| )gN A'X DfT urtt'd so rcl' n rit s. "f 'olitit all)' ,w ,.ol. o .i lll,: e ltou i iLt p:tiL' r ever i ivs i ily v attonitioit toi his exerthiol is to iutM.e FrIrune to uni. at. aI
'I',1 two ossicL D o IOeC t ,andlli o. (tuius of Conlisti tit iol al G )overnY Ollntl o iolso exc, ,t to waiCtei.ba, wilt tht, uill policy ulfrie lly to 1 i L t 10i I'.i t ,1i Unlitd St.
utatlh bie ui t'oi gh u teads mout. luit- ils lttt i0t, t i in
called iRepublican, put t lther heads rin e ket them i put thel in the way of ll u t Nov. 8.-R ult of thouth B lal, vtl' o the 0
together. Alln, th oel,.'s favite,.c, ;. which the Constitution ofe approprit iln to some useful purpose el' tiouu yesterday in tb.rty three
m-ust be defeated t..UStol Hlouso or country expounds, atild we adluvo. after the -. ,,r.-nakers have purified 'States and Terri:or'iestDemocrats gain runnl to th wt.rs Uf t i'
ioll ey helped tnld s tn Cora to Char. cate or ble:liivce in niIor it I Itllotil o. lhoi m. I .\ rarely areo they even hIr' lv y evvryvwhoe Carry Puen. Soutbh boacuh, 127 t',.t, nloreI, or o
DUfth i ing p te r I).-int critic vn t.sy l. nistic ta u i s we 'il ui t it < (i' C it ilti t t It i tt w li a t 8Lo '* thtei I tivlu l l ihil itw io, giB i ot I t t itiii it t oi tht t~be o
REPUBLICAN TRIUMPH I ltto. lluor a itr ioemst, vou.h nti to itty lr e. t 8 ,l>,,It retat Tho ctl:clu that 1o. i them ouutcSlicut, lif ortia, Indiana, a bud Ky tedt on the i of
Pellteton was promised froni 150 w dc 'l ie for fltee a- !e frot shel ool, alloiclttilor '. usually seals their fate. ot, er tates usulll Democrati t. ALSO...
i trd fret thought tr,.,t t tradrt, alll, above .yt i L s Laebs ctiy De ortcA LS O.' i '
.to vot cs frliom the C.u.stou House all, inIlo.l iffrao. The infringe. Yet thlil wi s un to rihtters cotinu to se ellublica carry other states All the right title ad inter t of tie
paIt y. (lConfert ence aftcr ollference men, of tfi;s salrred right by any sort of 1themi, ill 1;'i, hlop1 ilapipr.ontll that on usually republican by reduced major. 'sn idlBaukrll s in an l to 8408 I s of
ALLEN, ELEL' TE1D OVE lR Bu'TH was 'tyy held; thl h1^ nion thl ilght civil qUc l giu/C,; r,, w, 'ill o .ose .wdt s,,,n,. :i, .L occasion thr0v will get itiNe. Democrats elect Governor of Ald tYi' i it' mh , \hl' th,.
I f ,,re lain,, > atth t D ,,ti all ou lr amtht. W soI r New York by 150,U00 majority and Uo ks of Ail-,rt s tf R i, 1 ,:kA u
DEMOCRATIC AND CUST(OtM .. "ljt .b t onn wauutd, or '.xo s aie dmnaiuldd,,u it is i et tt gaied a ilumbur of Congresluen, in.t GEdo R ft U. mAui
OU NOr iN a ni ho .te e miligh t-a finest au d of th i iinivial ilitio I" 1,il v ver raclu tbo paers, we sulingl considerable .c D ocrat major. Assigned for C. & E,. lowe.
nOUdnSE N OMNEES n place for P. eyi.bliran (?) Collector are oVu po cans you I'(,id ?y w"Ir, tllse anolliylous oIcsa ? If ty ill lixt Hr ute. Key West, Sept. 30th, 1882-tf
mnd his 'hcnlor to Ibc. utit all lthobanlr. Citiztllship is tli (clritorion of 1the)j o. they do, they must ltlve learned long t----=e- ..-- 'l'he above- Sale pot-
giiimig %.s useless. Wicl.o'lr co,1 rolling oflhr, i d',,11. tlll fuxgaitiierer, since thiat tlhe nio l wslpal r has a bso. tA fl l i, al po 'te until M oiueda the l
not delivclr tilh e ivote he 1 .. : h. .''l. 11 t i'l d ld t ( wiis laz,.shi)| L S v. tes oton in l i l Wi i tiols; tlat, it dues not. walt lthli DAYS
PENDLiiETON PLAYED OUT I W:.rd shows that lu was allih to dr- tiollil rcloritll IiI f li State gov. VLts whll I ttlj.y contain which Th, d lath of Mr. I. R. TItlor, In and for the th Judioi l of
,'iver ]12 onilv, I a l on \VK West. Alle ii or'lIllil it ; Iiil \- v. ll collie n anI woul b valuable if aulthenilicted, which o(ClIrrerd yestr y, is s rroiuid. the State of Florid
received b iolurc th'i both I t he othetl l r t.s lrl, i o Sphlei-\i lii ilt>.l -\i,'lt ia uito lu oll ti'that t w ni i s ihthi) st ill Its lis l.ii wh n vl lit eorci milstn ties of peculiar MoN o Cou
Ouriua aaii.. oJiu(,,ty fit tti.Sl lositl l ivits tiutl, t iked l t iic loN.rdt Cwiotu t i o
ther fo wirdg n tnididlttlO toe g u iforgoti ig it, i i hltf L ie iptl e ,h ilt ty cS l iitai iltt iscli o .i iii uls, t,,ilis llit un1tidity, within t weef k c if 1L c ANo ER 1.
gWi e W I political victory v oer gained in this Io n gopt iila t i i. \wljtltr l i.t idll~ s or lnot. A I .,1 tis ,oni ti-e l iln'ritg with Mis a il fr Div c
place. A triuilmph of tihe quiet, Ii' dealinl with public inin and )' 'y cevur tlink whai t it is thef I al li t a .,ry)' Slickntey. On Tuesdaliy tlhiu WA. B. JONIS)
thinking people, over thi noisy ruff. measures w(e will allpii' ,1l or foniidtmniii, hlu wspaper to di wvhin th ivt v it it o ttl iig lh i,'ian avihg given up It ".ppinrlii byIt iiiff ltvit th'it the t
scruff of thil street cisoriers, ald t sil j'utics J Iay r.quil, I ithl ut re. i ublh ain i ulh,,r I a lialk u l 11 ,l is r vry, t k abv n ed f dant rilds out of
lpsf to 1, ,rsons (ir i.tli. A lis. A l re. t' r t 1 1 .lk et llily oif t11111 tlho titt Reof Florida.
Uerelnary iplacenl -n who make poll will cmb rt no favor '. tlii of tilt a pul;aic nli: I-'ol ,1 !ei1 ui t )Do ri'iL, w t.l p ) rfuti it nod lii. lt sibde It s o rril' tl h t s uti def:lll t I .
A L N E A D ic their Itrd. KIu y W\ 't hia s I doo ine o). T i e ,,.. th. nat ...1, und r t y n ..tlizi. t it lowest w atu I' n bs ..iot l v, S nI... "' p l(l-ll"it.i\ r l (l.11r' to the lbill
l herself proud." P.. rtty drwers have tleavelt, to wh llun \we IHw iud whomu tion is? kte tCalvary nlBap t i (Chlur.l l AIi. i. l eiii li'li l o th it il-
ben shown that they caill n ot force we arfe al ilioiis to please nll Hserv. T re ar tim s i v o or i or li d 1.t (it i, tT hyll, ilt 't 'l,,e tltot i pro i -. ,Y il a
the pooplo ; nd cor'rupltionU its that o i (lti"oci al e i ll llltliilu i t usefulness of a colilililcatili ini tho f ll "itt i I socriill concel'us, lii will urg.ei not1h' ng flof. thopebu t f o tt I ull wIt lsttil i n r s l t ii, rtof !eno iiii t.1 liti oiuK G
they could not bribe then. but reason aneld mosrlitv in advtcev ur's is elihllaic.'d by its atppeiir. stricken downV 11i w sI, ati is ,l. i>, ftor thrce ntlths.
The Court .HoUse Crows! of our views. Wo will try not tio ing uniignlltl; aid tlhe iltewsptpir lthe isuipirit.llln'ldlitt of Iht Ctalvairy PETER c'. KNIGHT.
"confound nlore chl ngo with pIrogress, is vrry ir'l.e y ulwillini g io 'tl s- lllist S i y sch l. li Stlic. Clerk.
We-- g We commend to the public a iand we will endeavor to bu true to our pe,-t ihl incognito ,of t (orrsLpodeint. It.v 'is ti ditu;,flitr of ,Mi '. FrnlMk K 'y aes, F':l..l OCet'. h, 188...
Speopiio. W will let every man of Stick th dishursliin ofli'ter uoft tihe llil lt o t, I o n iin.
THE TAIL DOES NOT oPWAG peIrus al of the foll owing documents: them think f.or il.ll ; ad, ulder ut eve l el iel t co-lrtrpoie N.vi diptl'nCt.- I shito StaIr. 'I hilst C'ith o i' ir
KEY WEST, FL4.. th u law, t at folr himself lf, giv-s Ils iitllh,, li) hii e no riKlt toj IN CHAIS IERtY.
THE DOG Nov. 6tb, 1882. For this d.iar County of Brevard, itLk a InowsilaitPr to btucoi.e rc.-luonisiol. a"t52" CLAlna CA1Atr '...it l hos D\r e
It is hereby stip nliatel and itg1ro e l by we will do atll we\ can, a111d we invite ltfor stitl nill whice i b h ti siluCIefl v. a DIv rc .
i1d between the t Dem icr'iitiiiand puc b l e u a d id- th S cel s hill(l] o" h clllll lis of fil w o iu hwill, on DEsl nro CARh T al eNS, i
as tcoe olltill I oln r 1 io o1 ti t tnl i', nt, aot dlet, ii otlI ,tni i t'lt l .uc'thl ser icus'vlw ,on
licanCountyExcutivneCoiuniitteestbat are dispo ,d in o her fa;ivir., Lft us i ornio'ng ohf li thth inst., of Dipl.t rinpd ht ti a come to
the following naml d peLrsons be, and forg t art ill thi fiith(.ra e .of ou. Sill l is he the li t sinch x. lNI C, Icluviol (lJu lit'r or Jof il h C b, L i: l cc 4tl, 1882.
THE ,M AJORITY RULES I they are hereby designted as llen u i rest cta'ion h e arris his un%\il- i, TSnan B. \M.alton, rof Iihi eity, ng T L T. lIG! T.,
b-eerAC n at th, o evfi,,t O tteral votillg )pro'i(:ts on the ue hhold t and byert 2 on the ordhst."is tant l days. 'lo.k.
the Island uf Key West, it the election ------ .-.. --- e to o xtt w ua Olttl.y lnxut wneek Key West, Spt. Oth. '8s. li.f (es.
--to be bhld on Tuesday, Novouiiber 7th, I The Presifdent ot the United is iit. vn ftotti ithW.tiiw iir pub. ---
18s2. v> : States las issed a prola imation dc. lishers -o'-r 'rev Pre- r. i n.ly ,ftlon 1Inst, iN ov. 4, o A i0 St Ae 0 n AS
Boim, OWboi it ok tart d o .to iz.o,,g th, 84 t 1da82 ughteri Tulled and RepairMd !iy
B llo, i p i ll, tildiRtl, doi si igniting Thlur iday thee 3th of Nu\. .. ---e0-g-- of Sanmluel C. L. antd Slo.lhiiWilklinson, A'RLES J Ht
Bllldoxnlo Biasted l Wm. Perpal)l, wC'Ir Pi'tl, A. do tembor, as a day of national thinlliks. ag e.d 12 yl yar. Her rentains weere i. OAL J. iLD
lono, Wu m. l Royi ol, s. i I agingleo Thious Jeffrson is tlrred t i ; untay afternoon folinwe by Will svh:t ifor lpurl bs irs Ie
SL1 n W NA, ,g '.. Tbuh BT h irl, or.lov f Florida. it1 :4r *...... W.. 0 F.h atih -l,.. ...t crl0or ria1O Forto of
F Hr R A. t" Tlhe peollu at till polls have are m% ilowers," at th sino tinue, "11 itl1 ti. it, irovestesn & Fulle
Self.-ppointed Leaders Get Left 1I ,Jlonii o t. Mcekl. so rebuked the authors of the late holdit v cano ktnifu in .i. band. F ., u>I~p. tvil dny to coe wh w Er1 :t ,lis.hl in tlit .\rnr 1~I;,.
THin W.\o. olpen letters, and so testtifi.el to their -. ..,Y..._s F(u btlt r tsuis be.ar .f I r f '' li l .'l < it'll
BnilEDASobwiot t cthcnIotlltt'l', 3 tI',A r o iLiOO ,
Francisco Mart iio,. Josephl Stickney, disbelief ii them, tiat oul f pity for t, :t atriots h vi were lft" I- l lw l lt rll 't ft' v ''irs ,f t a i.i tiin liitit it in w
Thouidsc A. tlownhpsh,o those political vilutilme who lbld the ,,t' la-t .l,, 1 ,i,,,,, in thpOh.,p
c h l ) J. W. R.i LUMMER, tyestert have tl. sytiihiiiv of the 'i.- tre i we mirsi d ot lchoohlin t dear UI ite t ; i"n.1 th tltr.-ligll
W ir 1 ( i an DN e Co. C tiimerity to dIIraw public at to N w, If their frids had lot g, llo .Jst plIr.d nllt- ;it tbo sd, h vin I P000 in t l> Cit of N.w
Who are the SoreheaS (sd.) F. N.we'KR. i' t thue past and pIu ,itt inLit. by l t 11! th t y to tik sh now York' ,., thirty ya., ill Guant
Chairinll Rep. Cwu. Comn. their utterances, atld .o'.W sti a oil. butck o tl i' th at st l.t 111 t he l a' r I l 'i-e Uf O D! ti. tin.
o k wie io b goitn c l. .n g i i inor "iu ts, 'rum land cigars, inIl ELECTOR. Tili fiollwill 'c'Bstnitiilal ilr re-
W F. d. Wicker, C ma lori d in public sntitn i, it.in if they ,u ld have poll iOe vots- T.i e tfnily subm ditted:
W il" l F .N. Wicker, Cbit~iruli a of till! from publisbif OU <.: :. lt t l d ldu c aod- let. Mconro. County R ublion Excutive tears at our command, a :- .eir theo p ri factor iu all clectios- Cuin. Ln)o, No. 15, I.O.O.l. Illl r ha, c,;itly regulhttd, r..lth-
a u of e Monrr Countl .e sigl tures. It's as us.le. to,, li. a p. tloIv w 1Il htvet been clt tetel. How. Wo:-1 Mil, it hi pl.tll Ahlnigty God Id tvtTl Pil(n In y
ceatirc Exevothe C onn itteo, he o.ylr. litieal corpse as a choltpor,. V.. (vl', I l)ot. discouraged; you will t r oo lroi oum r mgitlr st ollr' worthy s tl e bufintha li 't u with ac.
WIO IS T'E PAITY ? test against tboe exclusion fro tbo polls --- ---- have ah r chnco ill 1881.-ews. brother Jose Mi. Alagrina, therefore e it icuracy, and thoroughly; and I cheer
of tho regularly designated cLhallengyrs gW Since Mr. Cash buhs bbeco.,me so r Hi:ol,vi,, tbat Cuna Lodgl hai lost an fully rcconiic.nd hLiu to all requiring
as above voted. z e l a 1 Prm r -.,ci-- Iirirhnt worker, a wortliv monibt'r :nil so such services.
sealo.ns about Primary" Elections, upright Oddfollow. That Oddfullowdhip JOIHN F. YOU N(,
-- (.) J. W.V. R. PLUMMER, the following letter from Gov. Blox. DYKB, of tbe Florlian, in the death of Bro. Jose 1M. Mlgrina, hasBihooflod
Chrm. Dem. Ex. Com., ilure oth prt of is assm thebo character of an out. lost one who Il his dully life reflected Bishop of Flrida, Epiecopal.
Mon'oo, hm showing the, failure o tho part of credit u pon the order; his hand was evc!r AMD ICNrr iNSTITTE, NEW YORK.
SMr. Cash two yeava go to urge a law." I ouT proving thab he was, open to at lrotlhr in ncl, and hi heart 't'hLi is to certify that Charles J.
ChiPermadln R Con o, Cod, Pri ary nv 1h it Ne.ti .Kg, t a nd is a +iper, 1he still continues to daid ever beant in syml.aotio runaponsoe to Holder exhibited Piano Fortes of his
iman Rpub Co Co. Primary ma inesti. It also th ppels of o distressed t the own manufactro at the groat Fair lof
Combination Uselens! Ke. West. Fla. Nov. 7th 1882 shows the senso of those who called prate ab( the beauties () of Demo. oonunityl has lost au upright man ad a the Institute in the years 1841, 1842.
Ttis is tho wiy tbe two Bosos tb -Primt ary" on last PhtbrdaI yD, fo r l'ttle C rum' t our State, without ever cii d un received the First
Th_ T i si the way tho two Bosses Suco. of Ptlb. Inst. wh ren ttcoding to bhhltiug the Dcmocratic stcainllya pa,,thiz with the grief-striokeu /lmily of
----- tried to run their election. TCan an r r hdo fronm 187' It will amount to more our deceased brother, and we tender his THOMAS W. OAtMBERS,
one doubt their brgiiini. Think t Govrhercaved widow our sincero .ondoleog.. O(h. rk to Board of M anages
THE PEOPLE COULD NOT of theetu .nnous hee o hese w nt t th. School ,t r thau all tile expenses of the State llEHoED, thalt it COp)y Of these reMolu-
oVTHE PEOPLE COULD NOT of t stupndons cek since 1845, tand no paun ton beu'oent to the widow of the decensed ON3'X-y" ^ 8bO,
men who both together could not poll TALLAHASSE::, F,., Jn. 31, 11.th better than Bro. publihe in th ipprs.
BE SOL as many votes as Allen did, attempt* I dwrt t Mr. t une dto Jan. Dhyke.. AMON tIVE1O.
ilg to dictate as to who should bstin tt I rd thet Iteople. C. REC.O.
challelegers: Read their letter and see through prituII rs" to exprIaS their *---- ----II II I >II ..
their stupidity anld presuImpttion. S ^eVudh y o all Clii kisr l ,t 18 YCeir Aor I"os a P S
DE CEN CY PRE V AILS "" ", my...',:I
DrCEllY PRrVAIIS These two "IIatuto politicians" to the Schoul b,,ar.I h1Ivo no authority In the r,,cent nluniciplal election in/
with l Itheirexperience, actually dlid ctH how tl, ahll ,,, pp inted. Baliiinor, the bosses w.ere ,.idly | .
not know how to get challengers in, tow if the plri:mrics" are not held beaten. )ur excellent cot.eip,,rary, S rtH VrB
----- on election day. See the law which I have no authority to order thrm. I the S'ur o that city, saya tho bosses
reads peos o: pr,.fer the peol, l l shlcti n thell' own
r hfloore ; but if they o, not do it I can. ese to ,gif ill in ore than one in.
icker's Telegam Before The Inspectors many ho required not make thanu, and will hav to appoint s tnce." +.hw Y,,rk hli s all exeellent
to admit inside th); p~ollillg pltc one shouldthey fail to s ,ul.t Ptas.Jr xcu o pI i'tuet.y to bri,. tie boses of-
Election, Philbrick, Thimoi rereentalive of each it~ i al palrol haste. Ylur truly, t tl" r lmsurack" ti cket to
and Gibbs, Bgrongest Rel)ublicaIn nam, db!,y the adherents f t/he resec -L-..... ..,.---- grief" i.,? elrct'lilni- the c:.tuldidate of


S live lii',,aul pqrlis present t at he plls. f Writing ifI tti,. rtucunt visit of the Citi,-us' Coounittie for Maytor- PHILADELP
Ticket ever nominated here." No, mor than three po. Gen. Finley and others in Madison in Mr Allen Campbell. Mr. Edson is PI
litical plurties be ptnrmitted to be re. the interest of the GO.ierail's canvases a g l-. itnn, but, he is thb candidate SI GER ACIINE
presellted. *s S aid represon- of this district a correuspundcnt in the of the boses." If New York is Jkea t o any ,nr fil t, wkt.
tatives shall be residents and ualied The above out repreieilts lio ist popular
Sof te election district Mdison Rocorder, says: wise it will follow the lead of its Ityle for the people wheh wo offer you for
lbst ner how pric oIOfo h'pophierwetdc w
electors of the eletiont district. We lo gladl that thllte have all great democratic sister city and slmagh not OMAC yo to vepay nti you hne seen theo

S" Ipolliticians"' appoint (P) four chal- tuie, as thrty cn s're for themselves til Orupt politlcl maciutes."-- not all we represent, return it to us at our
NewtYmeas og s nrork iled e exnse. CsAieuhtuter irn xamind orde aNYtrkel
lh'eners in the 1st Ward, i. e. 2 Dietuo. that we arlI a pUteatillel, Jt.llidiig New Yorik Kerald. stiinse. Consultyour Intere-tiandorderat
crltts, 1 Custom House man land a oelil', nd ibtit ti- il lt DentrC ----------- 01Or1medI s l d CioAReLa A. t DiSt 1 & COal.
of Madl~isoncU lv i No, 17 N. Telwtll Lit., I'htlhslegfba, tua.3
dlsfranchiosed Custom house man. In the o r Among recently.discovereld iInl b 17 N Tenth St., hlada lphou
2d Ward Two Democrats alid a Cus. General Filley a hanidsomn nujorlitI." docuenis, say the Waverly Journal .t t, e,,,ploit ,T.. NOTICE.
AFTER CITY ELECTION toun House inan. In the 3rd War(], Where are the peace.bli-, lawabid. of Tennessee, is a series of resolutions res of othe t ors wiaih n ATLL PI.rsons baving demands
2 Democrats and a Custom House ing" murderers of SIvngo and secretly pals,.ed in the Texas Secession tfamuof m, a.rt i a against the Estate of JaaMEs. D.
man. What presumption-oequalled James ?-Tavarea Herald. (Convention of Feb. 4, 1H61, proposing adromo of y. ENGLISH, lte of oue Couty, de-
Sonly by their ignorance And theso aSoutlwtsttrn Confeertcy,ltoi a lsd, will lrent thm without
Philbrick R 82 ,_,._ ._. ....___ slw,,,;,,.o,,. .' .
h c R, men have postured as politicians be. L The Secretary of the Interior elude Texas, M, Afiisissi.llji Arkais li Es Ii.i ,, ll'ill initkr iied ton
P 1~ D" 0 fore the public. And what man has rendered a decision in a pension New Mrxioi, tind Arizolna. To neego. OTLCr. pavynent to 'lte trll sirn 11 ,1.
Pendlto 0 D. VZ these two ],ties on the document P case which reverses the practipes bith- tiute for lhti forlatihlo, of slucl a con. Al cpersonL s i n. in ma tr nrainlst I I '1 ]'. NUI.Sof
.* tlhr EsRtfto of ].lllrihlgc 1,. "i rolte of 11 <. \V(/(' IN.4,
headed Nov. 6th, and at the bottom eorto preyalent in the Pension Bu. federacy ilireo comnullsiontrs w re' Mon.'o,- ('n it.. i.ome>,o. f. will lprcRout '
AL LE N R. 939 dated Nov.7th, and handled in to the rcau. He holds, in effect, that sev. appointed, whoso credenltilals were then ,nitait lii'. .K. iii. tibiSe -.,rsi.:ltu i2n-''
A'd.to- l IbE liiNI I etnt.e tittl l:,3flll9lltinitoulbluto V \it iK. h', Ll1., '89.c0h
Inspectors about 11 o'clock the 7th. eral years' absence may be talnen A( signed by thl rsr'ideunt of the con- pnyuii.nt ti, tho te li n ..... .
Such a combination of ignorance and proof presumptive of a soldier's death, mention, G. 31. r,hberts, the preseut lIli r 1 '. .is. GF' TP fTAAENt
--prsuumption was never before pre- and such proof hlball warrant the isuue Governor cf 'Texs. The commission. Ang., sG, I.l'. l tiiii 1-ittilx.
scented lo the public by tnen pretend. of a pension to bil family, if other ers were aluo evmpowere4 to negotiate --A --a- 1u ln e n w l
SDon't Mnke ith the ing to knowledge of public affairs, requirements have been oomplild for an alliance with the Chootaw, | PioNImD .Lmcrtud l'resacl ,tt cl'
SDont L y with the ith two such Chairmen, who won. with." Heretofore, positive proof of OCickaeaw, Cherokee, Creek, and Sem. Fr elamorp t. enooseA
,muR s(aw," dern that their factions were beaten P the soldier's death has been required, inole Indian., ek.,


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THE CHEAPEST PIECE OF PROPERTY
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next door to ()1ct (srillon's residence; onn
of the flift loIts in thie oity. 164 feet
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(V .. 4( c:iirit Iftrt'let Cour.131.
(Grantl Jury N.tv, l'aruis 1882.
W. C. Lowe., foraiean, J. 1 Mead R. IH.
Hlamiltun. F. W. loliorts, J. V. Johnson,l
SW, H Orry, J. F. Hrr. Jos. Adams. Aif.
Lowe, Bolomon Albury, ,os. Ftgjn, Jasper
Shavers, Jabez Sawyer, John.Grillon, \\a.
Gordon, Philip J. Baker, Alfons Baker,
Fi. .n--.,ru W in.1 TU Pi*AUth._ M.


..... ... .. ---- a r uI i. ru I.Ieu.
J Ash.
Thermometer 76e PETIT iR.
Health, exoelilet. W. MoCll, Reub. C. Bell, J. E. Thomp.
l' son, F. Johnson. Jas. Knowles, B. 8. Lowe,
Weather remarkably cool, h. A. Dexter, P. La Uotuiaro, J. J. Mason.
Wars, atnd rumors of war are Tmhe i melancholy Instance
prevailing just now. iu our rocole'tioo,, of Patience on a
Allen hits at list come down" monument, smiling at Grief." is' af.
"in the interest of harmony." forded by our dged brother Crane,
We have mailed a bottle of Ver. sitting on his IlonH rock by the sea,"
infuge to the Editor of the TalUa. crying to the wild waves: MoKin.
bassee Patriot. non is ahead ;"" "MoKinnon is going
8. 8. EBie Knight, arrived from to be elected," and when be listens for
Punta Rassa yesterday, with 160 cows a response, only to be answered by the
and calves, for Cuba. "'mocking ory of the sea-gulls and the
-- Mr. McKianon was defrauded breaking of the waves on the shore.-
out of 26 votes by an error, which 8unland Tribune
were given to Davidson. My gracious I what P stunner. Let
Well, such is life. Yesterday up, boy, do.
you were in full bloom ; you had free
rum and cigars ; but today you have Ti'e lectlois,
to pay-News. The result has not as yet belt offi.
We learn that the Dirhzarlaa is c'iiall made known, but the following
peevailing extensively in tlhe Demo. ic:.ivs very near it.
crat office tbis week, Obioh will pre- Foa CozNoauss.
vent an issue, Davidson. Dem. 928.
The Custom House crowd them. Skinner. Bvt. Rep. 691.
solvis said Allen was a Court House MoKinnon, Ind. 421.
&AiInlliAate, and Inow he is cluctud, they STATIa SainTOa.
can DHAW theo Ioral. Allen. Rep 948.
The s. a. Sau Marcos, arrived on Peldlaetoa. Dem, 708
Wetlnesdity evetiugt last, litscharain P'hiulrick Bop. 282,
1,200 bl)ls freight, a',,l 4 passariers, AcseMBLYRN.
and stLalced nxt l mUrning for Ga,. ASsMBry
veston. Fi;i'li redo Rep. 851.
M-r. E. 0. GOwynt, C rl1ty a,,d Pii De 846,
De.tptyV U, 6. buti t'V\t, ia now n l'41,-. i'he Relublicans and Independents
ed ini 'surv.vi'ng ith M:rqij,'." ha' c..iriced most, if nut all the
group of Istands ai, utLwctl of tlhi Coistable votus.
city.
ar A large stolc of On(ls., fall and Gvii' Illes Ilse W 1onIt11,l
witter clothing, a t st interests of humanity de.
'Wo toen Souits, .lltt e, a.n I ga-i a- ala variety
of Dry OGu.K a, F,.au. .;'l. pe';, o, the gool bheatltb of our wo.
A. :i\Rlor,. tmnn fllk. Wmnan's best friend for
The Independtiit v-te iiin M 'ii-, v'l,' lte i Ininful weaknesses with
roe C'lt ,ty, is as filrio s thti e',r. whici .t o aiia) Iy are flflicted, and as a
lasting bills if Jrasr.y ; and all the gtuiteral faniily mIndic-ine for warding
powers of Dhyk, (',11nvorr, \l'icker off lilit.' Ititt.,i'k. ,'iItl ircing stonatich
and T'tarble, cititiot )r -V | I it t4iii.' it. 1 livor itla kil,.'v aa(')iitii8nts,is lirown'S
-The late electitou. snows t ihat t T "'o 'Iit, It, cotaiis just such
while brazen iefroil'r' tniay tlItuk lil't.iig lhirop,.rti.s i l're needed in
a thin, outL (, i tth st;c''t corni,'ers, feumalua' diurses, and is stuiperir to all
there are eollitgh good ielIlte in this other prpatnrtions as a trur mediciu.
coi uiv Lo rubuku vico t tl0( alto..i, ftl'r giving cralth, strength
jiol..) I:t1il vi,;or Io vei'Vry tpnrt of the body.
Lt of P R ers f roiNo it )011on ar wakil, Aleirvi', arid d ebili-
Y- Oi1, .f ~I.Sa i.lre' fromi \ t1.ted, .01o suitor,' fro dyspepsia,
tl y ns.is. ang Marl t\ Brown's Irolt hitters will surely cure
th>.1 *V I iv i g, vr n % Irs .o
Maca. a: c,cIl; .!. children, IMr, J. J u.
WV Siwver, Mr. 'liaylior, tad Mr. --
Louis Otto. C'uballlit Ta'tle 4o ')'lelliiselves('
_Th(e first titi.ii ltl,,,t tht Cubanls have
SI I tU'lUP. Ilt.S" drlfnded tlht:-I.lves, occurred lit the


Quick, complete cure, all anaoyin, U.t!:it It)nx I, T' ..'lay iast, whijcb re.
Kidaney, lib!dai, andl Urinary Disea ve. ilhcls no little e, ali. upla the lead.
$1. D iruggnYit. ,. r ol' I,.I ts,' .il.izcais.
-- The vte shows that if Skiunnir Fr it '. .u 's ,." .ro they have
lhadi i-at ratun eitltaslt M1cKiniou, tihu Iatttibta,1t t. toIh e, we.altlhh ia ol pros.
btull ., lL, t 111 ic ,,,ill ,t ";il lllU:l,t t hu Ii f
alW t- .a- ta> t h It 1 Va l,'.i ,i ,aj, a ,,iy 'wa'-. IeaN, (of t'ioS J.-laiall ID01tire then a 3ny
LDaiv -. it w:11i I 1a.' tl,-Id 1t\ kiililt:r i othia l:I .S, al lhIveU borle wvith ig KaI
rtni,;, i' .at all- -and 'lhat wias I I'tSLaaid iil ilt, ulltil4 at crisi arrived
\Viekri's bargaiii with Call and wlicbh cttnloelhd ibem to act witla
J .iei w unanimity, and elected thy mii of
J Mr.I H. W. Horton, of Owego, tbhir aboice.
S'. Y a i "MHy .frto btun re. They now give fair warning to tll,
storu.ao peIaatect wb.th a.d strength a t hey will it a solid ibdy on
Stored to Ie'fteet ha.h atld stlrngth, all occasions where it is their inieteest
Sion stCfared imatdy 'ithrs ftoal itdigesU. to do so. They will tiominate no mana
tiot, cumllicatud witr l h.tn;lu irrigue for office, or vote for auyoue whose
lurilies. I never saw her hlts so red recoied is not free from stain, atid
a.nd her cbeeks so rosy for years, qnalified for the station he is to fill.
Bourbon Primtuiry tl.ctioals have They now call upon ull liberal men to
become quit coumon here. Ou T'hurs. meet upon the square, and assist in
day last, the utflue of Lt..-Goveuror, this laudable undertaking.


beheriff and Clerk UCouty lCoutt were
declared vacant, and an election held
to fill these vauucaies. ibhe fool kil.


f5isaas he .4'iUa


ler is tot around. Old Tanpa n ha captured onr Professor,
SIn reply to the Pentoolta lom- Boloworth hat "Bun t; .4t' I awaty from us,
He's left Blake here as uat.urossor,
iercial, relerriag to the late article in h\Vu'l try tu be just aa "Barber-ous."
t.be KY, we will state that thi alolh-
tician alluded to is Charles 1. reu- Now Blake says-" He don't Tamper,
dleton, Brevet Editor of the Key He's severed with Aloho Hall,
West Demnorat, and late candidate On darngoeshe's putadamper,
for State Senator. And wishes to nvite you all
s* ROUGi ON RATS.," To call 'round at his Barber's shop,
** U o1 on A He don't claim to be a knave,
Clears out rats, mice, roaches, flies, You'l fnd he can treat you tip top,
nats, bed.bngs, skunks, chipmunks, And Rive you a Bully shave.
gophers. 15o. Druggiets.
The Hoo. D.L. McKianon to. Your Hairhe will out to suit you,
e Dye whiskers Black, ar Brown,
day has a greater following in Moroe 'Tie the handlest8shop you oan go too,
County than any other tuman, aud will And the coooleut pliue In town,
be proven at the next election.
Frauds, falsehoods and money, de. And when there's not much business,
feated his majority at the late eleo. He'l tone your "Plinoor Ortun."
tion, but has left him stronger than hop next door to .wit Pierces
over, House formerly occupied by Morgan.
ever,
Arrived from New Orleans on
Monday 6th inst. s, a. Hutohinson
Capt Baker, with 360 bble freight SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.
Ir this port, sailed same day for Ha._
t with 5 passengers from thl November. ARRIVED
city and returned fro ovmber. A IVD.
Thursday, bringing somem 2 bales to. 4 s. s. Ooohran, Hamien, C:odr Keys,
bacco for Beidenberg & Co. mails, to Wm, Curry.
We deeply sympathize with Mr. -- oh mma White, Roan, Codar
Keys bal to W, D. Cash.
Wilkinson, foreman of the Key of the 5 s. ,. Colorado, Orowell, Galveston,
Gulf, in the sudden loss ot his oldest gen mds to A. F. Tift,
girl, on last Saturday, who died of 6 s.s. Hntbhinson, Baker, New Orleans
beart-disease. She was bribed. on via Oedar Keys, KUgo rn. to A. F.
Sunday afternoon. About 200 8ab. Tift.
bath sobool children turned out and 7 sob Almoda Willey, Copeland, New
formed a beautiful procession behind York, coal for' ijvernuuuett to Mae.
the hea'se.-- w 8 s.a. Coobren, I;ansen, Cedar Keys
MKINNY I1Ei N. mails to Win. Curry.
"Wells' Health Renewer" restore e. a. Sand tLacoA, ol'r, New York
health and vior, ures Dysepsia, i. en Hnds, to A. F, 'lifBakert. Ha
potence, Sexua, Debility. S. .. Hthinson, Baker, Havana,
r e-de and pas to A. F. Tift.
W)' It appears that that Key 10 ach California, Cairbel'o, Havana,
West soaindal has turned out a iort of tmds and pass to W D. Cash.
boomerang for thb, Republicins over November. SAILED.
there, who took it up so eagerly dnd
rolled it as a tender morsel under their ,4 *. as, ochlran, Hansen. Cedar Keys,
tongues." -musad 2Wbune. 6 wails, by Wan. Culrry.
tongues "-unland Tribune. 6 olorado, Crowell. New York,
We refer the verdant Editor of the gen ud by A. F. Tift.
Tribune to the late election in this s.s. Hlutchliiton. Baker, Havana,
City. uids id pas, by A. bF. ''ift.
City. Br. s. s. .D Ui,. of tiarlborough,
--- M. J. J,. .Sawyver hia returned Symes, Aspinwall, rabllo, b) J, J.
firon New York w'itLt the: Iargest lPhiibrnck.
stock sof Geoitl Furnishing goods over 8 .s. Cocbran, tIIwrt.',. (Joelar Keys
offered in this city. lia is esvllt ex- 'mail by Wha. (Carry
tensive estabishiient, would .a a to g .tc tS go, by A F T Gleto
us, suffivltict to lsi4' ai a'oiIn'aat, Ic-I gait. crut go, by a FP 'A'itt.
us, sufficient to cl', .gn t H utchinsun, Baker, New Or.
he adds largely, and must v'ry soo ll leans via Uedar Keys, mds and pas
absorb most of the clothit)g trade in by A. F. Tift.
Soutb Florida. He ii In reality, a sol Isabel Alberto, Bishop, Cedar
letaUl and wholesale Dealer. Keye, gen. oargo, to Wm Ourry.


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LIVERY STABLE,
A. A BROOKS, Proprietor,
creene Strteet.
My Stables are conveniently slttuta
a short distance from the Russell Ilou-',
and fine fresh saddle-hursus, buggies
or bhtks can bo procured at reasonable
Stabling for Horses,
and repairing of all kinds of Hnrness
dnme or iok v ind well.

THE FrRSNCHLAODI; PiLL
k UiJl.uULE LADIEus ONLY,
11 cale, ot I ir'UIAilirtt-y thlionei
( Vlituin il':110 ti that used nin
F, atc
Ielaton's Favorite Pill,
Pt te, ri j bolio; P ; boxes $8, by
ItSa I). Ad. Jo l Do I l.u er i I).,
P. O.m, Ias 11. l.Uttle nOOArk. "
-- ~--`- --- -
CANDIESI CANDIES,
SIMONTON STREET,
Front of AMethodist Chael.
The undermigned hlit enlargedd and
impr ved his Clandy linufatinring
estatbllisliint, ainl is nlow re Ily to
iiuap n iii ] rlivit'' ot his ctstoners'
FSmSH and PURB CANDY,
ALSO
HOARTIOUND, COUGH and VFR-
MIFUGE CANDIES-a Speecirlly.
Cool Drinks, oLaisteil Peanuts, Ginger
Pop, etc., always mo bhnd.
Grvi MI A CAuL I
JOHN A. WELLACOTT.
ap30,8.


RELIABLE SELF-CURE,
most notl and sir'tehni'il epecinsll a ll the U. 8.
now r.'llrrt, 5i lit->aIr,lr< of ervesO ne bditty,
tat .Vnishael, Weak),len Rsii Depauy",len
Il plnItal l si' d lvl t'ltlti>)i'W/ IrllKtltaius saB Hll It
Address DR. WARD & CO.. LoulsisnI. Mo.
J & J, II. (GA LLA G H E R
IARBLE WORKERS,
Opposite Marine Hospital.
1'11S6 irum have just received ala[ ,.
afssoitrtlent of :nlNPtLI, and are
now prepitared to fiurnish
HEADSTONES,
MONUMENTS,
MAN'TLES,
VASES,
or any wnrk for Cemetery or buildiuni
Cheap for citab.
KIev West. Inne 22. '78. tf.

PATENT S
obtained for now inventions, or for im.
prov(,in,.ntt iu (114l ones, Cavets,i In-
fringomoutts, 'Triit-llarks, and all patent
business att..nd,1e to,
IcI&lm.iaozi 1114t hitve r Ioel.
'lreJ Celtl uaty still, In imo.t catis, 1'*
pil),ntetd by us. ,lctng opposite thti IT. 8
Patent OltIce, ,nd engaged in Pl leill
bimlis'elitN mo a'Il1siivcel.. wo can iH-
cure pateats in less time than those who
are remnot from Wa'hington.
\\ h:an In\vi'ntoi s,.nd ino1:l or Rketch
we make search in the Patent Oionl, sand
advise as to its patentnbility free charge, Correspionud,,ce confLdentiail ; fe '
reasonable; and, %o (Cllall'i.curw liie
PIItCeit IN olltallehosl.
We refer by permission to tho teCiy Pont.
master, and to the Stperint:n hntt 'of the
Post Office Money Order Divisio in n Wash-
Ington. For special references, ciroular,
advice terms, &o., address,--
4'. At. PXO4b < 10.
OppoHUe Patent Office, Washington, D.C.
WM. & JOS. F. ALBURY
SHIP I'14 G HTSJ
ANI)
40JLTJ X-L 3M S 1=? 961
SIdVOVTE tithemiselv entirely tt
S business in their line, and pledge
themsenlv' to do everything in a work
natntliki niannuer, anil at reasonable ra.ts

J ,B WORK.
HIIE tllre of the KEY is repnred
I to o All kinds of PlINTINO
with natnesos and dispatch



.'f;e11W,?r I$aj )F A



ILoso of aA pfTct t". c,' o t ve, ~ ati i\
tha "'., v. i "' a "iail r.c 'tloin i:t t;i
1 ...! p's" b!rdo,. '.i:.'ro '. ua'. "a' er" n', wiah e Al.l-.
ocli-.t i o .c;;'.ri l b,'iy ,r nat:',
it' eari 8"s -. O : '- .J ;.'..t(li" ,': Clli 4
J,.5. t,> D l *i a :a1:' ,1 r "' s.tol a I ta.hn,
e a en -e "-a'.- ',r. a .' thi rftht ans,
I nt,:rti a:t'-ur. a... Io,, r.lt.nt Jr~air S, Lithl y


T' "t.: 4''t ?.-" 7 .ai H r atI. y tlll I-r .yl'* -1'l Ii
of, til nr,. (cef ia.. ,, ';ts! .si iilf Ir'r.
mr.*ari.f ;.. .* a 5.TsI ls ea''t niii !>e
tl '., ." !, ", 'y Y.

ThY'"Y it .


(.;R.-V !' .* ". *"' : .:;' ',**l r d 1< I lft ,. y
B .A'1 .. : ; i -- ... , t r '.'.. It i -
irl 4 iI I .- -t w,* G, a:, tt : ,,tatn l ,lr( y. old



tee Cveanm.
fly :.r ., wm

I Mr. WL I.ACrT, or Uan'ly matn has
eunlitrg-, aid tan it unoved hlis
ICEr CREAM SALOON
so as to tuake it one of the most fash.
ionable resorts in the City I
He has hniproved a large aser't..
luent of SUPERIOR CANDY, es.
pecially adopted to balls and parties.
He invites all to visit him.
April 29, tf.]


~A'I'TTRDflA M)VFMR1R II. IRM2


Store


WATCH, C



WHETEI' BUILDING


4'.-' ools 1


.OCK,


JEWELRY


A S 1)


...... FRONT STR T.


IIE SUBSCRIBER has mu.h plai;ns i in intitinu that he bati received a

CHOICE SELECTION OF GOODS.
.whi'l, on iniapoction will be fund to couatain at very EXTENSIVE and
VARIED STOCK.
THE FOLLOWING DEPARTMENT WILL BE FOUND REPLETE:
Wiittoal nti ( ltcks, Gotd hainii, 0Mee Irb':a'aln PiP ', Ytl!lnllt's Laumps,
Gold I.h'oo:hilies, GJold NN -leuts, Prfiniary. it variiat,y tof NiIc Nacks,
Go)d. Iliag i) i great vaIriel y. I'Fancy Clock.a, Eli'tro.pl:it t Goods,
Gold Jewolry in vet'y variety, Jet (rnaluiituits, Silver Frnit Knives,
GOld Churmm, (Gold L clkcts, iFancy (Jull (i;-sH8. laidius' Fanitcy Purses,
Gold Curb (Ohains, Fancy Lottheir (Goods, fancy Gilt Gouds
G'nit's Sourf Pins, gent's Stno Pins, MaHonica P'its, Otldf-hllows' Pins,
Gent's Cuff Buttons, Speutailcls alid Good TImp lars' Pins,
Eyowglasses, BarIontlteir-2 guao., Lrtliie' Silver Earriingi, ladies' Gold do.
Theri'mtuuetr anid Storm Glataaes, Fancy Ihandi (holI Rin-s,
>Spoetule UlGiass Cases. Gents Gol tCurbi Chains.
Rtit,l.,cl Ey-.grlasiaos, Gobble l,,. Watch Glsac s. Watteh Keys,
j;ilvr Wattrti (haiulsj KIaVPH (a Forka,
A LARGE AND tVAIZD TOOK OF rANOY 000D,
The ELECTRO-PLATED DEI ARTMENT
*onsists of
Caite'rs, Pitcheor, Butter Dishe, COruan Dishes. syrup Dishes, Spoon Holders
Cake fStands, Card Receivers, Stuiit Bowls, Pickle Casters,
Roun:ld ITra.ys, ke Baskets, Napkin Rings,
Teli Spoons l, Tala do Bell tU.a),
Sutlgir Spols, BUitta,'r Coolers,
Ien ,itchersl, &c. &c.
TPres0ntltion Ordors I',P onVmptly E executed.
P.oti'iul:ar' ttintion is respel.ctfully drlccted to the special :Ilvatntages to bo do.
riiv-,al hyv piur'n inig from a 1 lin'goointl well-solected stock of First (lhsi Goods.
\Vic(.h hlt. heeiCn selected wit th the itrictest retard to Novelty of d -'iii n, Excellence
" n : ora,i titl'. anlid tt tn tii 'ilo rate prieo
IW'|ftche a and Clocs carej'fulT cleaned tand repaired
I, the shortest possible time.
The favor of an early inspection will oblige
my6.e2 WILLIAM McKILLIP.

JOHN WHITE,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in

Provisions Groceries,


P


of choice quality, selected especially for family use.
HARDWARE, TINWA RE,
CR 0CKER yZ GLASSWARE
WVCoc enaTwre,
LAMPS, NAILS, d&o.
A Geneurl Assortment of
j XL RI I TJ R T

AINTS, OILS, VARNISH,
GLASS, PUTTY, RBR USlE


Cement aend .cL Li.e,
P AS ER PARIS, &,


.,, ........ ........ o, ................... .....,.......,...,
C 7 3 M P X 1
CON. OQA. T BlRAN, COW. FEED, &a.

The Hose-keeper's Department
is extensive, and comprises almost every article indispensable to a
I purchase for CASHI,' hena e I cnn sell at living figures.
A.t 1f"y. Old Sit3.c,
RKONT STREET.
Key W. st, Oct. 1, 1881.


family.:

*


SANJUEL FILER,
[SU' ,oSB80R TO FILER & SON]


LUMBER


YARD,


NO 1., FRONT STREET.


Eas ooatantly on hand all tindu of

Dressed and a voessed Yellow Pine Luimber,
Mlahogaun.v Junlper and (Cypre.n Boards

1R10UI D N(s., IOLEI aSnd LATH

Terms Cash.
Feb 11,'89 ; ,


E. O. G'WYNN


'


I


A. F. TIFT
bN '1, .UA.J
COMMISSION MERCHANT
KKY WEST, FI ORIDA.
AS extensive wharves and flre-proof
warehouses for the aceonunot tnLon
of the largest eolas of steoamrs.
,i*'" Coaule, I We, Wattr, and other sup-
plies for Statamuers.
Charters procured 'for vessels bound to
ports in the Gulf and West Indies.

111161908 UNIV,,ERNIT
S AaeM l. a& Slaotrar. a.


To.my Patrons and Friends


T IME.-HONORED CUSTOM rtnnts that whenever any special advance or
i change occurs in oiur business tlt it be announced not only with becoming
brevity, but with amuple display and plartmincnoe, that all Inm.y avail of the advan.
tagr ouffred.

G. W. FERGUSON,

impressed with the importance and utility of keeping fully abrotes with the times,
will introduce some necessary improvements in his store, Hinl will hereafter RUN
A \'VAGON for the special delivery to his customers of all ( oculi in uny prt of
the city free of charge and with due prounptness.
OUR STOCK OF
ItIN'E GROCERIES, VEGETABLES, PRO VISIONS,
GRAIN, HAY, CEMENT,
PAINTS, OILS, &o.,
is tling constantly renewed with raesh arrivals by every vessel from Now York,
New Orleans or the o urroundinglaontiry; and thanking the pliblio for ia lihnral
patrunago he invites its coitinuantu with the assurance that their wants will be
fully anticipated nd cnl hlirfll)y at minded to.
For the better iautiiieoudlIatiiio of o)r' Retail Customers the store will hereafter
be kepit open till 8 o'clock ()ur JobIbing Customers will as usual receive our best
attention, and have thuir tr,lurs pra-aptly tilled and goods delivered freeou.

A FRESH STOCK OF GARDEN SEEDS ON HAND
and will bn fully prepared for tbo ehipimant of Vegetables and Fruit for the coinm.
in, season.
Key Weut, Sept. 1,1882 G. W. 3 IRGU SOo.
i-" *- --g% S-

~~;r~m~~v4 i3e1V
al A


Canwted Goods, Grain,
Fri aly I. aotwest
Fll--dl


Feed, &c.
,Prlo .a,


FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING.


.0


Weatherford,
D~EAILER INc


8 OTEHIul.
GENT'S FUR NISHaGa GOODS
ARMY and NAVY GOODS
HATS, CAPS, BOOTS, SHOES, TRUNKS, VALISES, UMBRELLAS,
CASSIMERES,
OIL AND RUBBE CLOTHING.
Boys' and Youths' Clothing a Specialt
FRONT STREET . . wT


c. W. HENRY. 1. ,. IIID3Y.

HENDRY & HENRY,
WHOLESALE AND TAIL




Thb undersigned has associated Mr.. JE. Hendry, of Fort Myers, in the
butchering business in this city.
Having the necessary moans to select and transport Beef Cattle from Pnnta
Riassa, we shall be able to supply the best stock for this market.
Retail ltall No. 1, in the City Market.


Key West, Sept. 10, 1881.-tti

A. SARIOL,


W'. r]nUNRT


CORNER OF DUVAL & FRONT STREETS, KEY WEST,
Dealer in

[LTHOH4 a *


Hose,


Hiats,


FURNISHIIN GOODS,
r'rOtiOiM, PanObxy Q-O M,
Crookery, Glass-Ware, Good & Wtllow.Ware,
Haardware, tCutlery, 2n- Ware,
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS,

ymbmww^


&o.


&e.


My Stock is weekly replenished, the Goods are most carefully selected
by an experienced buyer always in New York prepared to purchase for
cash from first hands, thereby enabling me to seoute the largest die-
counts, and save all commissions and extra charges usually paid. With
all thesu facilities, I am prepared to exhibit at all times a complete
general stock, and sell at the lowest possible prices. Parties wiahita to
purchase to sell again, oxt always find some speooaltie at vry Jo.
prices
I would specially call attention. to my took of choice Famiy QGROOEJ*iJ l
comparing many articles not found elsewhere. .
Koy WVtst. January 19th 1878. ly.

R. Mcot KEMP,
IsI constanly adding to bis Large and Elegant Stock of


DRY GOODS,


NOTIONs,


Shoes and Hats5"
vwua2OI 3le lMI-tem em I p'illo
tc In3spect be3t r13NOWOUl
cha3!I6LM1-U 03LO14.q


COMMISSION MERCHANT,
Corner Front and Anu Streets,
KEY WESZ, .LA,


I


RETAIL


G o:o& aI


______ _____~~


r- - --~. -..~.-..~.~.-----.-- ------- _


&c. &o. &c.

NEW FIRM! NEWSTO

NEW GOODS!



SWM. H. MONSALVATGE & CO.,
SWholesale and Retail


FAMILY GROCERS,
Pither's Building, DUVAL STREET.
/ Will keep constantly on hbad a choice quality of
PROVISIONS AND GROCERIES FOR FAMILY USE,


A N.D


~Ll~


_I~ I


`~(..~..


.4


nich4-82


&0.


s,


IHaYidware,


ALSO
Tinware, Crockery, Woodenware,


--- -- -- --
-,e


WM-, H"KILLIPTISP'







GOOD TA.1PLAIPS coltRN R.
TIls .iloil'r;teo ilrlilnlr.
BY JOHN BANVARD.
'Twas but a glass of luager-luer
With lulnoheon dlrnk hi thc n;
Thbat on.' glass within a4 ye.r
'T daily be soume i t.
Then a gless of wipe be took,
When cane some friend along
:Thou the lager he forsook
To driukipg brandy strong.
And thus a drunkard be became,
And so heo lout his placo I
This brought upon his family hameo,
Wbile bloated grew his fate.
He tried, but never could- reform-
To drink because a slave,
iTill to the churchyard be waq bsrne,
'To fill a drunkard's gray,


The Comilnlg Cionlict,
Lzssiuno, Oct. IQ, 18@2.


Editors Leesburg News :
It is an interesting truisgn that
,coming events, infolding the bappi.
nes or misee"o of mankind east their
shadows before, eFr the first time
in the world's history statemon every.
where are face to face with reforma-
tory politics and a material passion
for material well being, The spirit
haunts the passing and coming hours
that is to obliterate the most execrable
vice that defames the nineteenth cen-
tury, to-wit: the sin of alcoholic de-
bauchery. The indications of this
,are too observable by the intelligent
,observer to be recited here, And what
a grand arohlvement it will be I The
thought even of such a consummation
is beautiful with poetry, sublime with
eloquence, brilliant with truth, res.
plendeit with promise.
jone al'e more in danger of this great
vice 'lian the young of our land. Impul.
sive, thoughtless, ardent, excitable and
imaginative, pleasure is the elyslum,
the highest ambition of youth, and the
danger is in the easy, the almost imper.
ceptible step from innocent enjoyment
to guilty revelry. Let us illustrate.
JTust prior to the commencement of
the late war a young man of fine talents
visited Pensacola, Fla.. and sought em-
ploymont of us as an assistant editor.
He wq intelligent and studious and
Boon became a great favorite with all
who made his acquaintance, apd was re.
garded as a young man who was certain
to attain a high position in life. At
tirst he was attentive to his duties, and
made 'valuable use of his leisure time,
but ere long he began to qped it in
those accursed places called drinking
saloons, where he formed the acquain.
tance of wealthy young men with whom
his talents and splendid accomplish.
1nepts soon made him a favorite.
His association with these e young men
led him to vie with them in dress and
fiasionable etlravaganec, which soon
dressed him fdr funds. Having becojilq
nin expert bi)lird player, he sought to
tu)n Hui skill to accountby playing for
floppy. This fatal step 1le to gambling
jboefally and to other vious. He tool
to drink uioderately at first, but soon
drank deeply. He turned a deaf ear
too y friendly importnuities, and the
prayers and tears of a widowed mother,
tu pause and reflect. He soon aband.
owned his profession, and boasted that
henceforth he should live like a gentle-
man of leisure. Of course his prosper-
ity was short-lived, His extravagance
us a toper and gambler soon consumed
roa ill-go k Rgains. e
By the close of the late civil war this
misguided young man became extremely
pour and broken in health, and was glad
to return to his old occupation to earn
bread. But his talent was gone, his en.
ilurance was gone, his popularity was
one;, and alas I he was a sti'anded Wvreck.
His case was altogether hopeless. Con.
-numption badseid dhim and the chil.
ling shadows of death were r.'pidly close.
ing around him.
At last he no longer earned enough
for the barest necessaries of life. He
could not pay his board, and while in a
paroxysm of drunkenness was kicked in.
to the street, There one cold night he
wps fppund thinly clad, apn coughing
iad shivering. He was in the leat stage
of his disease, Homeless and friendless,
he lamented his condition, and' exlamed
Oh, that I could die I" The poor fel.
low was taken to a hospital, where he
was lindly nursed and was supplied with
eyverycomfort. But death had set its
seal on himn. He soon died, and I, with
others, had him decently buried.
Such is the story, my young, reader,
of the brief life (like the beautiful flow.
er tiat b'ooms and 'perishes in a day) of
a fy( jao and prominent editor, who came
fr m Virginia with the chances for as
bright a future as ever dawned upon a
ioor but gifted young man.
Is not this melancholy case full of
warning P because it admonishes us of
the smooth and slippery paths which
plunge as swiftly down to degradation
a1t d tb, rito which young men not on
thelr guard are always liable to fell,
,d a% i tly ,n. tT"Cgi s o wtesy to a
dissipated oofpaniua o becmms
necessity to-morrow,
The case of our beloved and lamentod
young friend reveals the instructive and
warning fatt t'ut temptations to vice
are fatally insidious, and potaiseo ell at
flr.t 1 but those tnwise enough to" yield
ttbom find the d< lusive promeso a lie.
to 'expected sweet a bitterness, and all
the effect like the poison of asps and
the sting of adders.
Low, vulgar men fear the penalties of
civil law, but be assured that these are
trivial coompared with the scorpion
lashes wlob.awi il men of conscience
und honor who thus violate moral law
.utd incur'the fearful result of debauch-
jug habits and perfidious deeds.
-Thedecisive struggle is herd-by in
"'he"near future, which will witness the
inthroneoment of law and virtuousI senti.-
tint and the liquor power. Let us take
,cart and prepare for the glorious con.
J. B, .T.

[t Naturanlly ,uale invalids are


greatly iprioved in health and ap
peiarsweqA by using Brown's Iron Bit.
terq. It strengthen uiiild and body,
brightenu thu eyes, gives rosy cheeks,
and creates a perfect pietnre of health,
(rength amnd beauty.


STEAMSHIP AGENCY


A.F.


TIFT


FooT or FITZPATRIOK. STlt UT.
The New York and Galvestqn U. S. Mail St&mship Lino, composed of thi
following first Class SteAenshuips i


SAN MAROUS(
RIO ORANDE,
QUABALUPK,
OOLORADO,


Oapt. Bolger,
Cap. Burrows,
OCat. Nickenson,
Oapt. Orowell.


2764
9889
9tb4


Tons.

o,
9,


Arriving every THURSDAY fril New York, and on SATURDAY
from GALVEBTON. Through tickets issued to New Orleans via
Morgan Line at lowest rates.
For Frnelhllt at a i IP'asnage, npply nat lie OQleo firtle Agent-
Key West, Fla:, May 1, '78,' tt,


MORGAN LINE

Tw B3l El 3E$. I".-- "

UT. S. Steamships.


FOR
NEW ORLEANS, CEDAR KEYS, KEY WEST
AND HAVANA.
THa MORAN LINE of Splendid Steamships will nakoe regular Weekly Trips
between the above ports, carrying Freight, Passengers and the United States Mails
MOIOAN, Capt: Colton.
HUT']CHINSON, pt. Baker,
For Freight or Passage, having elegant accommodations, apply to
A6. 3P. l M ,
Oct. 28. 1882. AGENT.


UNITED STATES MAIL

S T E A'M S H I PS


E IZZIL HENDERSON


and T. J. COCHRAN.


-oF THR-
TAMPA STEAMSHIP CO.


SEMIWEEKLY SERVICE
NEW SCHEDULE;
TAYIIPA STRE.INIEI S, KRIY WIVCT STEA,1lItNl l
Leave Codar Keys, FrIday 6 p. m. Leave Cedar Keys, Thursday 6 p. m.
Arrive Tampa, Saturday 2 Arrive .Kpy West, Saturday 6 a. m.
Leave T''anpa Sunlay 10 a.m. Leave Key West, Siturcaty 6 p. m.
Arrive Cedar keys, Monday 6 ,, Arrive Celar Keys, Monday 6 a. im.
Leave Uedar Keys, Monday 6 p. m. Leave Cpdar Keys, Munday 6 p. u.
Arrive Tampa, Tuesday 2 ,, Arriyo Key West, lVednesday 6 a. nm.
Leave Tampa, Wednesday 10 a. nm. Leave Key West. Wednesday 6 p. im.
Arrive Cedar Keys, Thursday 6 ,, Arrive Cedar Keys, Friday 6 4 m.
Key West Steamers will touch in at Punta Rassa both going and coming.
For Freight or Passage (having excellent apcolnpiodations) apply to the
Agent only. WM. CURRY, Agent.
Key West, June 5th 1880.

CHARLES ST. JOHN,


SHIP-SMITH,


'a.d



STEAM, GAS & WATER PIPE FITTING
Wr PROMPTLY ATrTKDEJD TO. -B


Wall Street, Key lWeots lta,
Key Wrat, Fla.,an. 12th, 1878,


ly8 .


WILLIAM C. LOWE,

AGENT FOR


G. B. KEOGH


No@w


& CO.,


yorlm.


DOORS, SASHES, BLINDS,

JI OVRDlDGS, BACKEf9 NRWELS,
Ballusters, Stair Rails, Sash Woellltse, cc.,
At Maiuiflfhlftelurrs Prices,
Speclt Attention given to Blaok Walnt and other Brnt-1lass Work.
I guarantee all goods ordered through meo be at New 'Yor prices. I always
present Original Bills so that parties can se that I make no extra charges
Those ordering through me to pay the addit tonal expense' of right.
B.-Evtnimnate frnl hed on npp11calfli,


W. R. Kerr
AGENT FOR

ANGLO-AMERIOAN ROOFING 00.

NEW YORK.


HI offers for immediate ,nspection
TIE l TJ METALLIC

SLATES oSHI'GLrS
FOR ROOFING and BIDING.

Over 5,000,000
now in use on roofs in all parts of the world, anl must neces.
sarily displace all other kinds of shingles.
v. Call and Examine them at his Business House, Ann street,. i
I he Advantages of these Shingles .
Tkev are much Lighter than lhe wooden ; are of Wrought Iron, slorm
and fire.pro.of; no injury from expansion or contraction; do iotl brink or
warp; cannot rust or he piercpd se as to make leak.
nPR. JOSOANPIY AT ONCE. -s,

DR. JOHNSON'S


D


Established in 1869,
WROL3SALS AD RETAIL DSAL IN

Drugs sma Medicines,

DUVAL S'TREEF
IEY WV'EST, Fla._




FRONT STREET,
Wholesale anm, Retail Dealer in


of every variety and style.


Having just receiveol from New Yirk the largest and best asaortmcent of Ladles
and Ouetlemen's BOOTS AND SHOES oyer offered in this city, together with
HATS, SHIRTS, LINEN COLLARS, CRAVATS, TRUNKS &o.
Be ig a practical workman, I have selected this stock with a view to supply-
ing tl entire trade in this city.
r 3: Xx "


Shoos for the Lacdleq
Shoos for th6 Misoes
Shes *for the Chlldren
O W FOR

NEW


SA LE


Shoes tor Centlemen
Shoes for the Mep jqnio
Shoes for the Laborer
CHEAP I


STORE,


. o B. COND]
Qornqr Whitoho d 4 Southard Itas,
PEAimIR TN


N234l;10e0s1 M;
IVcow C> PCat


Crockery and Glass wnre,


Wood and Willow ware,


PROVISIONS, &c.
all of which he offers to the public at very reduced prices. 8,
WI- LLIAMS-ARREN,

WI LLIAMS &WARREN,


J HE9


DEALERS IN




Hous e-keeping Articles,

Cr o c ] o r y


Blanho kett-' JIeu(o ortr', 9111t1N,
Camnti 01-4 CRotlue. Crli ks .,
loVu (,'Ctitl, CI'f'fld,(iW (.'IrrldrfI1.


Sheet


(Coal 0311 "- Ntovs.
LSAPIrw, 13rNDS, DOORS, ;IfOUIJ)TNS

f rleteres Fra'aned to Ordler. .

-C~f ~~~gXPouIl lpjo&3L Stef


GORDON,


DR )I@ T7


R.


S[E W 9


DEALER IN

BOOKS, STATIONERY, &C,
AXt NXIohlnirxge IXall,
CORNBa Or WALL AND DUVAL 8TRIBTS
PAPERS FROM EUROPE, together with alttst every AMERIC',
PERIODICAL, SCHOOL BOOKS, a.., of i ,tst des.
CHOICE CIGA SA WIViNS ahnd L UOitS,
GARTD.E'N ,' >.), a ull i Llpp)lv
Tobacco, Ni /, Pipes,

WM. R. KERR1,.


Biui1&ez' ~-e


Contractor


__) ~______________ _ __I___________ _~___ ~ ~ IL___
I . I --- --` -- -- 7---- ~--~- - ___ -


I


~3~~'Tj~


FOR

MNAT COTTAGE E I 1 ESIENCJE .


----~- .t-.

THE undersigned is now prepared to build a NEW STYLE of
ASHIONABLE C02 TAGE iESN DENCJ'
at less cost than the old Revolutionary style,
He is nlso prepared to submit Plans and Specifications for any buildings or
other work that may be required here, and at such prices as must meet the il).
proval of everyone., His former work i. a proof that the work will be well ani
handsomely finished.
W ]V 3I.. K ;1]EIst -.,
Key West, Jauuary 1st 1880.
w e ., -- --y s 0. ---
.,WIZ- -


Shnouoton St,


B L AC IK 1IT H,

WHEELWRIGHT,

TIN, COPPER AND SHEET.IRON WORKER,
H AVING purohnsed the entire interest tf the I ito firn of HENaON & Wut
ID LIAs, is now pateparid to do all kinda uf nurk i i the above line, at reason.
able prices.
IORSE.SHOEIYG STOVE PIPJE and G UTTERIUYV
are made a specialty. And in this branch he fears no competition.
LIG HTNING n -Mr, William ia now Iriparcl to e're
LIH I ING RO Lighltping Rods, to those who may requi v
y12'79. this protection. at low rates.
ROBERT MORROW,

CABINET-MAKER
AND

UNDERTAKER,
Corner Filuff enjIs l Mintoasoi Slta.
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