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||Key of the Gulf (Key West, Fla. : 1855)
Key of the Gulf (Key West, Fla. 1855)
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||Key of the Gulf
||Wm. H. Ward
||Place of Publication:
||Key West Fla
||November 11, 1882
||weekly (published every saturday)
||Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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||United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
||24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
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||Began in 1855.
||"Ask nothing but what is right - Submit to nothing that is wrong."
||Editor: Wm. H. Ward <1858-1860>
||Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Nov. 17, 1855).
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INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS.
VOL 8.--NO 45
KEY WEST, FLA., SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 4, 1882.
PRICE 10 CENT'S
REY OF THE GULP,
PIJ13 I] fED
.VERY SATURDAY MORNING,
OF"IF'ICl'l ON CJlr.XlMLS STRIEET.
'orms of Subnoriptton 82 a year'.
*I,s'JrierstPI3 Jil .84il ulmieo.
1.~ ('AlAN B5, Butlla'r luau i'rujua'tet
1tAT'l' )F Al)VEITISJNO:
ii k'Ii tkioll 0 1'i 00
kil''' okiilk1tt I - 100
I S pliti'i MW k llk ti 3.U 12 00
4,1ht i l's MW k1110lth - 5 00)
xstlre4 oei sofrtioll 6 00
ix scilli'i4, olU 11101101k 15 00
1.11 sqlla;rus? (mo insurtiol 111) (10
tUll IIIkllle'CN, 0u1111thl 20 00
Ile-itircol mn, llup"It, 7 00
11 00juniriii, nuo1 inst-'rtion 20 00(3(
1,'' (v011111111, 1ll k moulth 40 'O
0 1-01141, six kkkkntktlkii 75 00
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U, S. D'ISTPIC'~ ATTO3NTY.
W1.ill i:1 the U. S, all( 111tv
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\''w il .l ,tic iu' l itf l itatcs
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RY) P .Y PUBLIC.
C(i,-'r.H.r of ,'m'nrit Ann Stt'ecls
Kr \y WVIeliT. FlA.
DR. J. W. V., .PLUMMB.S,
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON! .
Ofqle, SIX ITOI0T STZT .
D, WMT. J. B ATLUSM,
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Opi n it, Iiiuscrll :lous,,..
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APOTHEAR IES' HALL
Dr. JOSEPH OTTO,
I )r,,tggi.t; nmid C'hcuinist,
Fancy Goods, Stationery, &o.
T-5 n r bt1mA ar i* e foAwrw Ad to rie dsA
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IluIii(l EJslapter No I1, II.A.IM
Meets at the Masonic
Hall every second and
fourth Wednesday Even.
ings of each month, at 7j
Visiting companions cor.
dially invited to attend.
J. .V.R. PLUMMER. H, P.
GEo, H, CURRY, SOc'y.
1).Il)A1 IHIO Gi'E No. 11.
F. & A.. Yl
Moots at their Hall on the l1t amn
'rd Wednesdays, at 7- o'clock.
GEO. 1. 1. \VARRPN, \Y. AI.
OGU, H. CUltl Y, 1 See'y.
le1t Hlt.te 1 I l. l O i te0 Id o;.i;
N.o. I1. B'., A. U..
Meets at their Hi ll 11 tlhe l.t and!
3rd Thursdaiys, atill 7.1 'clock.
Q. HI-u N, i' ., \V. .
1 ('-AuLOS C (O' '
,hl. ;3. 1880.
0:) New-York Clothing House.
Tit 6,1 ffl t Wc II I 1 i,0
In Fio cl.vida
rI'rn ] ELIAB3LE
iW'u' ,S'orc, cOp
(of Pr't (Cot Fit-,-
priilc~cl.' street 14
;P..'a-.r' Moisa. a 4u^'^^i'.. i
JAS. A. RotnAw. W. .
i .'y ts at tleir L ,n"r, l.tn)'a T',.t II15
Meets M t y Odd Fellowr s I."
Hall ol n the 2nd and 4t
JAS. I Rn :Ut rs, 'P.
S IL3. T E A y, Si'
G. ; '., .S .,, o ',
0^ ^ u ..
KEY WEST LODGE. No. 13.
ic,at t ,t Oll1 Fell:,wws H;ill ev\'e
,lol ly iv t 8 p.m.
Alrynrtn n3 T. N. (-.
St To (xK, RI. Svc,'.
.5 : ...:.:_:,
E. I I, I O. (;occ! Templare.
Organized I \',. 17th, '74.
Meets every StnlImla.y at 7 P.M.,
V,', the 1 Allim oliu 1 HIll, ull Sillnonton-st,
ED. Hurns,)-, W. C. T.
GEu. D. WAIL1E:. W.. S.
KNIGHT OF TEMPERANCE,
tL&ey fl v', m 1'.-', N,.l.
MeLet 2nl and 4t0 Tlllursday Sven.
inigs, of very Iimouth, It the Good
Temnplar's Hall, Simonton-street, at
ROBT, 1 WVATSON, Recorder.
zo em AImoaimm ana igrwarauct, g rrin a
Plihy.iiiins' Piresuriptions accurately I
pr.,: lr.i, 1t .oll h Sr of th, ,hI av rui, ht nIIi
BAHAMIAN BURIAL SOCIETY
V. of Key West, fla.
'~~^ lh nl e,'tlillig.l i of tilii Soiiuety taik
plhitcl on thu First and Third lonld.y il
,iacth mouth at 7.30 p in. at their Society
,Room on Duval Street.
liti iider.iuds initfotis Ilks friends t Ai A. H. OWE, P1residlint.
aIlln tI I liitlit gnelcrilly ,Iat im is iny20) JAS CORNISH, Seoy.
1i o ,w P0 'iii t' l tr t-l l ..- -. '. . .. .. .. .. .
'Virln iln and it, i Wil' N FII IE ]P(<)LITIE.
'tm -'o.- .s.. Mt'i' ,,lit, 1t lt Cit0 v Htll the' 1st of'
0 oth, D'rug Strre of D r. C. S. Johnu v.'y m''ordr of .Leit
, ) Iv. 1 "t.'i .I', B B ortiir of Ca|it. L dl witI,
J.1, .1. WARREN. R. WATSON, Suctrel:rvy.
8, 2 '82
LOUIS A. GREAUX, TONSORIAL ARTIST,
WATCHMAKER JEWEL kt his Niew Stand,
(' irner of Greine & Duvd Strcets .) FRONT STREET.
IJ tciwe. L, tIo ti. ari'ul nt of Adj inning ariol's,
LADIES' SETYit--gold and coral is now prepared to shave, shitnlpo, and
Wedding Rings. Studs cut hb:dr in the bJnt aind latest Fashion,
81L.VERWARE eo,. in the tibhrte'tpn possible tiue, and at
All wairranlted, lit v'ry -w prices. I moderate ratcs.
btill ropriosent oriryttlhiig that I sell
i.ist s i is, and expi.et to gdin custom ,
)'y it, I Ire Cr a e a -t11'
llittnr totb .tts I.. Imitv1M r. WVELLACOT, olltr (anly nian has
MR-lS. 1.-l MAleN'UL LT, enlahrg'd and imilroved his
lilstn Jtll Ith'e,
MILLINER Y" GOODS, s, as to make it, one of the most. fa(ih-
atnl off-rs huer se'vicer to tlh, ladifs for ionahll.: resoltta in tilt- City :
Blaaohing, Altering and Trimming H Ih0 Is iltll,'l',ved a Inr'ge issort.
Hate ill ti(' lat-.,t atLykes.i neitt ,f SUlEi,1OR CANDY, ns.
She, also Dl.an sga geilnclu'im pe'isfllv ndropted l o hulls and iartles.
Plaanama IHats. HI invites 1ll to visit him. -
I'RICES REASONABLE. April 29, tf.
; <' L tlf/C Stock of \
.. . . . . . .. . . . .. : . .. . . . . .....
FALL .AND WINTER
CL OT .HIN
L U )Irt.r 1 3
U I III I I I
A IN )
-r -~ ~ 510
0 i a C,!tl ex ta
I S' A. N. 1) -I' I'l- E 0E 'ci
KC;S (iE oerdI +
* Cn t l- 11911 111..
RtJSu LL HOUSE,
-F)' W'-Nil FL. 9*
1V. UCVS" E:LBa, ci, r-;te C. T'. itEit 3,, ;.i3',v
O ALYr 'fIRfST C LAHI HOTEL Iy THE CITY.
Liar',ge A iry, \VColl-Flur'nishied R0ooin4H..,
>oi'q'till/ Bds tiild LJ Ifr Mathrcsees in every lRoom.
Table Furnished with Best the Market afford.
I! iw.a h Is j'sit b'..'e c')mln'lI"tl'- rtnovItL.I al II1 o now offers Supl rior Uc.
c1iiiitodaiitiont to th Aliio. A FlIine B I' (vith a sulp(lrir braw'lt of
\Vlhisk!;, v l'.r ft.lily ume) lnd Billiard ItI,,mn attached to tlhe
hiins', Gith iorutmur silickeld with the iest VWines, Liquors
iiid 1(J g r..
Apllilnari,. lliathorn autil Vlchy WVntcrs always o:i hand
ORANGE GROVE E
r' HIS HOUSE is now rc-o.'i iI1,l for ti' irccption olt Guests. Select
S board'l with eciuih' ltl v ftr ii .,ltl liilt't.lltiIst, fitelv vontilated, single
ior in suits, in ote of t1(h Itnont llightful loc':ltions ill town.
Gentlemen and flnilit'!. or transient Iboarders, caln be accommodated
at very reastonbl e pricis.:.
SI. L. CRANE, PROPRIETOR
Tamiln. Florhla. Nov. 17th 18 77
J. B. P. IASKIN S"
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
"AVING ciloueted ll ly nrrtnigneets fo r itlporting Ctlltle from
Matihland, I ain prcll'ed to furnish till retail dcrillelrs with
F IRS T C S S B EE F
FRISIiES 1B REF at Stall No. 1, CittU Mtlaret.
KeyW West, Aug.'8.
Ode to the Stove Pipe.
Infernal stuff, your nature well I know,
So when I took you down six months
Each piece I numbered, so that I might
Exactly how you'd gb together well.
And now the time for chilly days draws
To put you up again I madly try,
But all in vnin. The joints that then
Now do not come within an inch of it.
I get you two.thirds put in place aind
Crash you go tuillling to the floor
Onco more I try. You're rather full of
And I am getting daubed from head to
I jamb my thumb, but still I pernovere,
1 One piece goes down ngiill and rakes
I grab to (C:tc11l theo 'piece, Lnoth,.r gons,
AAnd falling,, swrapltj tlhe hii;all off Ilny
And thin my blood gets boiling, n~ld I
By all thllt's Iluo I'll fix you ann w:.y !
Once move I go t.) work,' By patiliUce"
got pll but, a single section straight.
And that I am about to pljee, wh.ou oh !
The, chahi I stand on tips. Downfilat I
While on and roi uil mle w;th a hoim rrid
Th whoe w ole n ia v down itaain in oni(
And( tlihu mily w\\if.t rl'Onmarks: I unevr'
A in> so cluui-iy !" I siy, KHld your
And for a tiuin::in ased," while I retired
To wash nmysielf, and sweuA to vent ilmy
11owVa te lIt porl'er. Got nSlived'l.
Go anid, get shaved."
Thlus said tli,' city editor to the re.
pointer, whoi ,l;1i I|iis Ilppenrnci yes.
totl'laly Inorl'lnii with n tibeard of seve-
ral days' unrestrained growth upon
G,.t shllv,-d P
Yes, anj as it is a good while
since you were last shaved, the expe-.
vilcnts will probably hI sufficiently
novol to inslire you with ideas for ani
alrtielo on barbers."
This wiu intended as snrciasin, but
tlio rlpo. te' hbore it ineckly and went
his wIy to a toltscrial pearl t," As
he elilerCd each bntrber turned from
hiis patient and glizd Ilt blim with an
'hir of languid curiosity. It was try-
inti iut the reporter bore it with a
couragiu born of necessity. As bo
took a seat and began to read a last
year's lplcr e ch barber wiped his
soupy fingers on his customer's coat
collrN, Irtd all mot in theo nntrt'ebf
tho room to consult about his fate.
They "sized hinm up" and compnared
notes in an intlible tone. There were
sonno little difference of opinion onl
minor points, buIt till agreed that he
was IL" chumlp." By this time, two
of the cuslomrrs had each smoked a
whole cigar, another ha d read a news-
papter all through and had been look-
ing at some old mnail in his pI'ocket
hook, and tho last had turned over
cotinforitably and gone to slep. Ho
was iiawelnlod by having a brushful
of lathr, thhrut inton his month, and
Rson naIl four artists were nagin at
w'r'k. Tlihe Inan iud brother by this
timt had llnckod the reporter's shloes
without his knowledge, and assessed
him teu cents. Tbhe searcher fter
truthl took in t.ne prlgrtess of the work
to determine to whose hands his fat(
would be. Nolle of the artists (citn.
ed to he in a hurry to get, through,
and the customers were not particular
either. 'I ho waiting man did not
waint to full into the hnndu of the
flend on the end of the row. He was
an emasculated stripling of twenty.
five years, was slow in movement, antd
nngaisly of flgu;'e. He kIept his
mouth externally open, and his face
wore eboult as much ex pression as the
portrait ot Miln in the Exposition
gallery His shirt- hand and collnr
were si) low that ever'v time h') t(oo
il a loni g ibrnath, his liver pad could
be seen. It was evident that he had
blrenkf:astied on garlic. As fate would
navo it, he finished before his brother
iarlist, land the reporter wns obliged
to tike tlin chair. Before he wont in
b hoiandtld tihe gloating wretch a sheet
of copy paper on which was written :
I want a close shave. I am in a
hurry. Do not put any oil or grease
upon my hair. I never use bay rum
or cosmetics. Please comb my hair
up and back. I do not wish my hair
trimmed or out. I do not want any
hair tonic or skin medicine. I do not
want a shampoo or a bath. I have
not heard the latest news from Egypt,
nor do I want to. I care nothing for
polities or crime or society. I don't
care for stock or market reports. I
am not a stranger in the city, and I
am not going to the ball this evening.
I am a professor In a deaf and dumb
institute, and I anm Jltd of it. Go'
,ahea nd hand ave me."
When the tonsorial artist had man-
aged to decipher this epistle, be gave
a despairing groan and began his
work in a mechanical way, stepping
once in a while to look 'for directions
on the sheet of paper. Several times
he got ready to ask a question, but
remembered the admonition with a
grimace. However, he unburdened
his mind to his fellow-workers, and
the remarks made about the reporter
savored strongly of personal criti-
cisis. When tbo torture was finish
ed and the artist had placed a court.
plaster asterisk on his victim's chin,
le threw him out of the chair with a
jerk, placed a '16-cept check in his
handnd and gave him a push towards
the cash desk. The reporter paid his
check, evaded the boy with a whisk
broom, and vanished upstairs.-Chi.
lie Nt i)own,.
We were running through South
Carolina when a great big giant of a
fellow, with a terrible eye and a .voice.
like a fog horn, hoarded the train at a
small station, I think most of the pas.
sengers sized him upl as a chap whom
it would be dangerous to argue with,
Ilut the giant wasn't satisfied. He
blustered at the conductor, growled at
the brakhecnn, and looked around as
if seeking soie one to pick a fuss
with. Everybody answered him civil.
Iv, and had two or three seats to him.
self, but a imlan who wants a row canI
generally find some pretext.
Ab'iout t';,0 cor,cfr if tl:. car a
pale.locklinig ohp about twenty-five
years old occupied a seat and wtas
rending a newspaper. After a tinme
the giant rubbed along to where the
young man slt, Iad growled out:
Stranger, what may Lo the first
cost of such a hat is yours P"
The young imnan looked up with a
flash in his big blue eyes, and then
turned to bis pillper without replying
"Hey! Did you lhear me?" roared
the other, as be le'ieid, over the seat
and lifted the hat off the the young
Quicker than one could count six a
shinirg revolver came from yod co uld
n't tell where, lifted it self on a level
with the big mnan's eye, and thel white
fingers clutching the butt, never trom-
bled a hair's breadth as a quiet voice
uttered tlie words :
Drop that hat !"
'Thbo it fell froin tho giant's grasp
and the quiet voice continued :
"Now you sit down i' I will kill
The nuzzlo of the weapon was not
six inches from the in:tn's ove, nud I
saw him turn from red to white in ten
seconds. THI backed away at the com.
Inand, sat down in a seat opposite,
and never stood up or spoke another
word during his ride of twenty miles
He had a navy" under his coat, but
.something in that quiet voice and
blue eye warned him tlint the imove of
a finger on bis part wotli o'rtsh a bul-
let into his head.-Det'oti Free Press,
itllkliig a I,'ssscngecr ",IGt."
door and picked a soft ppot apd drop.
ped off. When the train bad made
Uiother' mile the ondtituor held out
he hand to the cunsatablOand received
Who is the extra one for P he ask-
For the prisoner over there,
What prisoner ?
Why, that fel--I
Then there was raving and gnash-
ing of teeth and hurrying up and
down, but it was no use.
Sorry,' said the conductor as he'
passed alont ; butt'when a passenger
says he won't pay fare'on my train I
give him the drop. The only thing
that surprise me was to see bow will-
ingly he obeyed orders.--Ibid.
I' Be cheerful at homo, a single
bitter word may disquiet an entire
family ,for a whole day; one glance
cast a gloom over the housabold
while miles, like a gleam of sunshine,
may light up the darkest and weari.
est house. Like unexpected flowers,
which spring up along our path, full
of freshness, fragrance and beauty,
so do kind words and gentle acts and
sweet dispositions, make glad the
home where pace and b)ossings
dwell. No matter how bumble the
abode, if it be thus garnished with
grace and sweetened with kindness
and stilos the heart will torn lov-
ingly toward it from all tumults of
the world ; it it be ever so homely, it
will 'be tbedearest spot benieth the
cIrcuit of the'sun.'
Ig* "I often cross the street to
avoid meeting a man," says Mr.
Beecher; "not because I hlve any-
thing against him, but simply because
I do not feel like 'speaking to himi. I
suppose all men are this way.". Yes,
nearly 1il wmen are that way, Mr.
Boeecher, and we are gllad that you
have mtentioned the subject, for it
gives us a chance to agree with a great
mann, We sometimes cros.i the street
atl dillnb a fence to avoid lumetiing .
man, not that wo have anything
against him ; but because be hhas some-
thing against us; a bill, Mr. rBeeher.
Snckeloth stinil Aslies.
Mrs Percy Yerger is a good woman,
but she is nos well posted about
church festivals, and she is not
as refined as she might be. The
Episcopal clergyman, happening to
remark in her preselice that it would
soon he Advent, she replied :
^'Thet we will all have to mortify
ourselves .again, but I 'don't mind it
a bit. Last Advent I saved enough
out of lutcbor's meatS' for the ser.
vailt's tible to get me a $75 cloak to
go to Ulurhb in."
That was Lent, madamn."
No, it wasn't lent. Three or four
of the neighbors' wives wanted me to
lend them that cloak, but I told them
it wasn't mine, and' lied out of it that
A Ncoldisig W'JIc.
A Parson, who had a scolding wife,
one day brought home a brother eler.
gynan to dinner. Having gone into
a sanprate apartment' to talk to his
spouse about the repast, she attacked
and abused him for bringing a par-
eel of idle fellows lhowe to eat up
A Justice of the Peace in the into. The parson, provoked at her behav-
rior of Michigan hadi a case before ior, said in a pretty loud tone, If
it were not for the stranger, I would
him some days ago in which the d- give o a good drubbing."
fendant, who had been arrested as a f 6 cried the visitor, "I beg you
suspicious oharacter, and plead guilty will make no stranger of use."
of vagrancy, was sent to tho Detroit --- .-
House of lorrection for six months, | aIu.
A constable took him in charge to Three things to do-Thibk, live,
deliver him here, and, as the ntnn and act.
seemed rather pleased at the idea of Three things to govern-Your tom.
securing hoard and lodgings for six peo, tongue ind conduct.
mouthsl he was not handcuffed. As Three things 'o cherlsh-Virtue,
the train wis about ready to go the goodness, and.wisdom,
constable moved cross the nisle to Three things tolove-Cbutige, gen.
talk politics with a frien'l, and pretty tleness, and affection,
soon they were having it hot nnd Three things to contend f6r-Hou-
heavy. Whon the conductor oamne in or, uounllliy, alld frieds. .
for tickets bh held out his hand to t h-Truth, i
Threo things to teach-Truth, ill.
the prisoner, and the latter shook.his dustry, and- oontentment ,
head and replied. ,'hreo things to admire-Intellect,
I don't pay fairt dignity, and gracefulness.
Aha! You dol't, eh Well, now,
you pay or pit I Thlrre tbing to delight in-Beauty,
I won't ay P. frauknes,, and fl'edoln.,
Then you'll git I When wei slow up Threeo things to -avoid--,dlenesx,
at, the crossing yon jump off. If I loqtacity, aud flippaut jesting.
find vou onr tr train after we lpass Three things to wish for-Friends,
there I'll give you a bollnco thatt y0u heall, lud a coonted spirit.
won't forget I
In two minutes the train .began to Three things to oultivate-Good
slow, and the prisonler walked to the books, goad trieplds, andl goo4 humor.
l '4 1F i s.
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2. The holding of public elections in
a flir and orderly manner-free from in-
timiidaion or bribery, wherein every qual.
ifled citizen can oast ote vote amd have
that vote counted as cast.
3. Manhood suffrage without r'epric.
tion except for crime, and the 'uirity of
the ballot box as the means of protect.
ing the right upao which al\ our liber.
ties rests. '
4. The right to set on juries aq nw
iaar'rntd4qd y law hbt ignur d' in it
' Education of the people at the
#ezense of the Government.
6. The enactment qf laws regarding
ladoIads an4 liborer which will pro.
ote the agricultural interest of the
sountry by py9toping the rights of
both: 1 I .
7. The enforcement of the law against
rilroa4 companies charging more than
thr'e4It'ie. 'mile and the enactment
ofa law priibIing discrimination in
freight and passenger charges.
8. St at preservation of the credit of
the State to be maained by economy
aId a reduction of offices and the ex-
esnes of the government rather than
burdensome taxation as is now the case.
9. The encouragement of iummigra.
tion from our sister State and from
abroad by strictly adhering to a liberal
policy respecting the rights privileges
and opinions of all citizens, and by such
expense on the part of the State as shall
be consistent with the interests of our
Sf0. Free speech .nd action without
fear of reproach. '
1 11. A preference to actual ettlerr in,
uisposing of the public tand i otor cwr-
poration and monupolie..
12. Restriction upon the Board of
Internal Improvement which will deprive
(hem from making such disposition of
public lands as that made to Hamil.
ton Disston without giving proper no.
$j e to the people-the want of which
enables a, few persons to speculate upon
the ignoqtance of those for whoso benefit
tEich .4te 'ire made.
'"8. A new constitution which will
guarantee all the rights of citizenship
now enjoyed and give the additional
t'ight to the people of electing their own
officers and decrease the expense of gov-
ernment and taxation.
U-at. I. L lmcKlinonl.
The above-named gentleman, Inde.
pendent candidate for Congress, from
this District, arrived in this city by
the Mail steamer Lissie Henderson,
from Cedar Keys, on Saturday even.
in'g last, and immediately proceeded
tp the Russell House, where many of
his friends had the pleasure of meet-
We somewhat rogreg the sudden
manner in which he atme among us,
as it was intended to have given him
a formal reception, but we found that
Col. McKinnon is not a man for out-
side show, and merely wanted to see
and speak to the people on the impor.
tant advantages to be derived from
the uew movement which he has set
n fbot; On Monday posters were
put tpI' announcing that the gentle.
man would speak from the Russell
House that evening, and at Jackson
Square, on Tuesday evening. About
7 p. mt. a large and respectable audi.
ence, composed of some of the lead.
Ing gentlemen of both politicalorgani.
nations in this city, and the rank-and.
file as well, responded to the call.
Ool. MoKinnon was then introduced
by B. A. Crane, Editor of this paper.
For an hour and a half the Colonel
kept his hearers almost spellbound
in his explanations of the aims and
purposes of the Ihdependent move.
meant, and the exposition of the ma.
ehines of both the Democratic and
Republican' parties, and urged his
bearers to cut loose from them, and
join the InVdependents, if only for a
time, that is, until the politics of each
party is purified from the corruption
which are apparent to all. The speech
was an able and interesting one, and
the Colonel was cheered on several
occasions; he closed his speech by
inviting all to be present at Jackson
Square the next evening.
Tuesday was spent in visiting
his friends, and the Cigar Factories,
reoeving calls, &e. At 7.30 p. m. be
repaired to Jackson Square, and de.
The time is fast approaching when
we are called ulpon to elect a uauln to
represent this District, in (i40 euvx
Congress. Mr. Davidson has been
elected three times by outr votes, and
has particularly failed to do the least
thing for Key West. He cannot at
thb late day pleadl ignorance of outr
W 'tq. He has been here, seen fgr
himself, and our requirements have
been laid before ljimuby our oiticonts,
and his attention called to the fact over
and oveq: by individuals, and through
the press. But what has he done? His
whole energy has been devoted to ano.
their portion of the district, and Soutli
Florida has been ignored generally,
but Key West in particular. When it
is taken into consideration the lurge
revenues derived from this city, and
its geographical position and commer-
cial importance, the actions of Mr.
Davidson, his npgl ct of our interest,
cannot be classed by any one who un-
dersands the situation other than an
outrage of tpe g'rosscst sort committed
by one elevated to a position of promi.
nence by our votes. During the last
session of Congress, when riders, har-
bors, and public buildings occupied the
attention of the average Congressman,
what do we find Mr. Davidson dcing ?
Why, advocating an appropriation of
two hundred thousand dollars for a pub-
lic building at Pensacola,whon he had
promised on his honor as a Congresse
man that he would do his best to give
our city what has so long been needed
and is still needed, a building for the
use of the officers of the general gov.
ernmont. On Mr. Davidson's visit to
our pity, the bridge to Fort Taylor
was completely broken away. No
communication could be had except
by a boat. A boat was furnished by
the Captain of one of our public ves',
sels, and Mr. Davidson was carried to
Fort Taylor, and witnessed the decay
of that structure. He saw, and it
was pointed out to him, that a few
thoustid dollars expended on repairs
would be of immense service in keQp.
ing the Fort from going to utter ruin.
He made promises, Ie gave guaran.
tees-candidate guarantees though-
that he, Davidson, would have them
remedied. We ask our readers, has
it boon done ? Has his promises with
us been kept P The question row
before our readers is : Are you going
to the polls and vote for Davidson
again, to be deceived, neglected, and
insulted as you have been in the past P
We will wait the answer at the ballot.
box on the 7th November. Our advice
to all our voters, be he Democrat,
Republican, or Independent, is to
leave Davidi'dn alone this time, and
lot him retire to private life for the
honors he has conferred oh himself,
and for the good he has done for
every place, except our own city, Key
Hos, I., L. MlcKlonnoss.
Thic gentleman .arrived in our city
last Saturday' evening on ihe mail
steamer. He is at the Russell House,
where many porsohn have called to
see him. On last Monday evening,
he addressed a lt'rge number of per-
sons ln front of t e' RtBsoll House,
fully explaining the ainm of tbe In-
dependent movement. Mr. McKin-
non is an interesting and forcible
speaker, and his many hearers appear;
ed to be well pleased with his speech,
which they frequently applauded.
His dispassionate argument, open
candor 'and sincerity, were very
effective. There is no doubt but
that in 1884, the principles for which
Mr. MeKinnon is contending will be
in popular favor.-c-Newao, Nov. 1
liverod the finest ind t ,,ist telli,,
oration ever hinmr i thiis iiiv. A
large cono'urIsw f cities, 1f cizn, COi
ot all tlhe dilfrenltt clcilliuits of so.
ciety, nnd animon wohen were mianyi
pOffiial Paper, 6th Judicial Circuit, ladies, all of wlhou listened with rapt
-~ *------d Proprieto attention to theu eriaker. On this
r pt occasion it tqok nearly two hours fo(r
SATURDAT, NOVEMBER 4, 1882. the Colonsi to tell his large audience
_. .: 1 n 9 pof the ]politiiil condition of the ooign
INDEPENDENT CANDIDATE t -their duties in the emergencies
o the day, which wver imuprescsed on
FI CON GliEMU their minds in such a forcible and
let Congressional District, earnest manner ; and his warning
Hoi\, .4. LL. McKIIN N ON, taken from Gen. Washington's fare.
.P MARIANNA. well address tn his countrymen, ap.
.-ii- ...... plied to thi present time, could iotl
PLATFORM* but fail to make de p impression upon
AjIopited by thie Ilidepeinsleilt all who are of the thinking class.
'arcv of tie First Con- In referring to his political oppo.
Fre lowl llrlet ol
r 'Tllorlls ncnts, while his ronmrlks were strong
The Independent party of the First Con and telling, not one single wurd of
grensional District of the State of Florida abuse esOAped khi lips, and ap.
proclaims to the people the inability of penaed to show\ moio sorrow than an.
the Democratic party now in power to ger. Him exposure of the Quincy
afford protection, under the law, to life, fraud" in which Skinner claimed to
liberty or property, and tle utter hope. have been nominated, was moderate
lessness of procuring relief through the Ieo-
publican organization, and oall upon all in the extreme. In coniclding his
citizens who value the protection of the law address the Col. paid a very flattering
to act with nu in order to sustaiu, enforce compliment to our city, and said he
and establish the following principles of would remember with his latest mo.
free u jvrnment: mets the ki6 reception he re.
1. Uncompromising hostility to election
frauds of every kind and nature, and pun- ceived here,
ishment of all persons practising or nbet- -- ,
ting the same, to the full extent of the I S .
law. IWhy IlIoIlld W'e Voto r<,r
2 ^- U.1,-_ .f .atvid -ei I
of our language and law, 'and the To the Editor Key of the Galf:
was not a attempt to conceal tlIgrh in
Cigars he offered for sale. J kni i' ILvvig seon a ll.ul'ltph il. the
him to be very poor, and I have Key Wv et Democrat, of tlUi al~t itit.,
doubt sold the Cignit'i for the pu'rp' derogatory to my chriute.r',' tiEk,
of raising minocey to supply a lai thi 1ectlml cuf ,!lyVi.6 to tir Elitur
family with the necessf'ies of li of that carrilou sht, and his i.
which I do iTot think was the c form'ant, wbo wu t ni hL' tenoul1g
with F. C. I think by the time to sign his nalne, i 'order thaLt 1
reaches you the applicants wiill 'u l, reply to his lyi:,. assertiois.
been imprisoned a sufficient leyew' 11 1 :',,i'avo' to be; i'"rif its I can
time to j .fY/ e'vxeruti' ,I', uver to let then limliow how I Caito
and for this Mr. Cespedes says .,e carrying ilot olll, (ium', but four
my office. 0 1alls in uwe. \\hIti e phbout sixteinl
I am surprised that Mr. Cespou years of age, I was einpjloyed as ta
or any other man who has been j berds.-oy of Major Frierson, and one
the past five 1.ears getting his bret Saturday I went toi thl ieighboriing
from the Republican lia.ty ard tl I laltatid, of Perry G. Walls to see
administration, should lav to itp d.( soulu of the girls at th;it plhl'cC, while
the discharging of an officer for doinn there ylth another boy, IV. W. Walls,
bis duty. This slander I might ex ethe pat.'rof, catm' ul, I was active auid
pect from an enemy of the party, bui took to runiltiig, and failing to stole,
not from one who professes to be a at his command, I rcolived four balls
Republican. Neither does it come from a double-barreled gun. Major
with very good grace from Mr. Cos. Frierson is now living at Fort Myers,
pedes to abuse me for discharging my and if any one wishes to prove that a
duty as an officer who, like himself, good li" was not uado out against
dbas t ken anI oath to do his duty me, they can find out from tBat gen.
fait hfuly and according to law. This tloearn, who can givo a correct history
however, only concerns me and Mr. of U'y life, and who, to-day, regards
Cespeleq, wvlifch we will have to settle ne as fair and honpet a ilan as alny in
with thbaDepartment at Washington. e State.
If Mr. Uespedes had taken the I will be an Key West soon, and
trouble to enquiro (or possibly he did will be pleased to meet the writer of
not want to),he would find how ulterly the paragraph in question, face to
unfounded the statement that I lost my face.
'offce on account of my report in the Resecetfully,
oases above referred to. The truth is, THOS, McKNIGHT.
I did u9t laoe t7 office but was sus. --
pn'ded, and that occurred more iIiy f
than one year after the application of MR D R
A. B. and F. C. for pardon. How MI OITR,
came to be suspended Mr. Cespedes While Mr, Cespedes in his open
knows as well as I do-at least I think letter remembers so much against the
he ought to: -Mr, Oanover wanted a Court House Ring, why does he not
man who dotld secure the Cubans' remember that the man who reported
votes for him appointted to the office the poor Cabinm in 1875 for selling 165
of Collector of Int'l Revenue,and that cigars, is now hanging on by the eye.
nan, I believe was Mr. Ceseldes, and lids for a pluce in the Custom House,
because I would not approve u worth. antd supporting its candidate, and
less bond, Mr. Conover went with lies refuse to work with him F
to the President and I was suspended, Why does he not remember if I did
but shortly afterwards restored to tLo prosecute a Cuban for robbing Juan
position in spito of ,ir. Conover anl iItodr'iguez, Mr. Patterson (ono of the
his satellites" Lina") defended him, and got him
The charge of Mr. Cespedos thut out of Jail P
the Court ruined Mr. Borroto and Mar. Why does he not remember that
Castellino is too contemptible to be Caqtullanos did not accuse the "Court"
replied to, aid were it not that it is a of sending him to Jail, but 'always
direct insult to the U. S. Court and a aucuusd D. T. Sweeney-whom Mr.
Republican administration, 1 would (' spedes lnds no trouble in working
pass it by in silence. w th politically P
Does Mr. Cespedes dare to asleit Why does he not remember that
that the U. S; Court here, together 1 signed Mr. Borotos' petition, and
with theTreasury Dept at Washington that the Marshal allowed him from
(as the claim against Mr. Borroto. November' till May to pay up the
came from there) have tried'to ruin Judgment against him P
any person-(Cuban or American ? Is that persecution P
Ioes Mr. Cespedes know whereof Why doen he remember nothing of
be speaks when he charges the U. S the vexation of the Custom House
Court wit ruining M, Borroto, when a)ainst'the Cubans ; of Soria's case P
the claims against Mr. Borroto was anud his refusing to sign bi's petition P?
sent from Washington with instrue- of the taking the waohb from Juan
tons to me to bring it before the Navarro P and the other indigliities
Court for trial, and i was submitted heaped upon the Cubans by the Cus.
to a jury of 12 men, all of whom tom House P
decided in favor of the government, Why does be not remember the
and'not one of whom would desire to opposition ~ic used, 'and: t~ i4nes he
ruin Mr. Borroto, but who hqd some imposed upon the poor Cubans"
regard for their oaths and tried the while he was Deputy Collector of
case from the evidence, which was Internal Revenue ? '
sent to' ne from Washington, consist. Why dosa lie not ruemeiber the
ing of Mr. Borroto's own reports, &a. opposition anul itsults of the Cnsto.iZ
;' as Mr. Oespedes no better opinion House to oni' go,,,d friendly ]inuel
of hi, countrymen P Does he wish to Govin" in 187(0 ?
give the impression that the Cubans Why does lie not remember that it
will oppose an officer of the law, for was a Sheriff, and Irot ,t Lawyer, that
doing his duty, in the discharge of attached ir. O-.',i:'s Ipropert.y, aihd
that duty a Cuban be affected P Your state the thing uoatietli P
residence on this island has shot n you Why does he not ,enmember that
to be a. law.abiding people who believe Mr. Patterson and myself have each
in the law being enforced, defended more Cubans than we ever
T ~ ~ ~ ~~ *..'***
UII uctil i saimte Uoitll Ix UloitlIJs.
New OUt.ANs, 30tUh.-Mr. Cbarles
A. WVhitnuey, who died in New York,
was 'tou ave sailed froui New York
by the Steamer U-ilatani a oin Sunduv,
bunt before sailing was strickeu with
Iupralysis and was taken to the tifth
avenue hotel, where he died yesterday.
PENSACOLA, 80.-19 niIw c'V04 qt'
yellow fever are reported, of which
six are at Nix's, ou Perdilo Buy, 16
wiles from Peusncela. There' has
beue only one death.
WSHIhGTON, D. C., Oct. 1.-The
following telegram wis sentt by the
Attoriney.Generar l this pI. m :
DLpartment ot Justice, Washing.
tolu, D.C. To Absalom Blythlbe,
U S. Ma. rshil, Charleston, a. (.,
and S. W. Melton, U, S. Attor.
iut Coulliuti8b.ia*S. C. "
The ultteitioni oPf this Departlient
has beeii called by a comuittnication
from parties at Lancasetr Court.
house, 8. C., &c., to the probability
that recent homiiciles there will teiid
to prevent a full and free ballot at
the approaching election in that
County, for Mewber of Conigr'ess.
Give your especial a tentiun to that
County. Report to ueu the siluatiou,
and spare no pains in the due enforce.
tueat of the laws therein, at that
election, for member of Congress.
(Signed) BAewsTEia Atty. Genl.
M Mr. B. B. Bruce of Cleveand,
0., writes: I felt generally unwell.
Not desiring to get into the clutches
of some rapacious doctor, I stepped
intp a drug store and inquired if they
had a remedy that would cure any.
othnl nod everything. The clerk
prmptly handed me a bottle of
Brown's Iron Bitters. I said, Is it
good for dyspepsia He replied,
There's nothing better.' I said M
urine isn't just the right color, I
guess my kidnevs are out of ordr.'
SJust the thing, said he, for kidney
disorders ; you will find it stretingthens
all parts of the body, and very re.
freshing to the mental ( culties.'
' ust the thing I want, thought I,
and it suited my Comnplaint precisely,
I never believed in 'oure-alls,' and now
I makp Brown's Iron Bitters the only
exception, for I really believe it will
relieve any disease that human flesh is
-Jp S T !.< O $ Mir. Cespedes says for thue insulin prosecuted, and that a Lawyer must
to the Cuban people he has bern fight. lo his duty to his client ad and
Iug thm Court House since 1875. %'his officer iust enforce the Law P
iu, indeed news to moe; wliymlit ire not Why does he not remember that it
in 1878 oppose Mr. Allen, then a can- *s very unbecoming in an officer ot the
d idate for SenatorI Was it because Government to find fault with other
;his master, Wicker, was lot op)OsedC1 officers for doing their duty ; and that
ito Mr. Allen thon? Wf,' did not it looks as though he would Alow
-.-----.._._. -. ..- -. Mr. Cespedes show up Mr. Patterson's favoritism to interfere with the pun.
All l 01t1P lel er, acts of itijustice to the Cubans when ishnllmnt of crime P
MY CUUA FIELLOW UITIZENS, in 1880 Mr. Patterson was the Regu. Why did he not respember these
Mr. Cospedcs, an emloyee of Mr. lar B epubiif COandidate for those A. grievances, now siT and sevp years
Wicker, has saion fit to make it per.- smbly P Was it I cause Mr. Wicker old, when in 1878 he supported Mr.
s l attack ulpon me because I, w dih did not want it publicly known that Allen, and in 1880 he suiprted Mr.
you, aud other citizens, claim t' hie eas opposing Mr.Patteson Pattrso (uless he scratched the
right to choso the men we wish to e .. It is a little si gla r that in 1880, ti cketn?)
present us in the Legislaturo of F' w henir Bl', Patte'rson was running fr Wiy dieshe not reniember that
re office, Mr'. Cospeladu did not rise to Mr. Patterson defended, and the
rin. e t -,vcngeo tho insults against his people, Court Honue released, a poor CiulIai
I am charitable enough to boajievo thi ,,1t ir 1882, whbil Mir. Patterson is not w bik rd
Mr. Cespodos would not arra himsr' running for l .tfcc, he should uiake a itgro whom Mr. Phi brick triad to
against his countrymen, and a mn:i t Ipersonil iIttiack lpon him., Is it be- ship back to Cuba on a brig anu o-
rity of the Republcau par ty, if' uloe o i.:: IPtterson is supporting a sign to slavery, last year ?
wts not ai employee of l. Wi (l nlid:a.t that Mr. Wicker does not Why if he has any better reasons
whose only aim is to defeat Mri All wvIrnt lt'ctted to urge eagaisn t the '1 Court House
whom ou have nominated, s this show that Mr. Oesp. Party" an] G. W. AlerIo, he does not
whom you have nominated, kno tl ashigher ye ad for tL wis es produce them F and why he does not
aslet r. edleton, as I do that cker' ko of Mr. Wicker thno has for the fool- reulember that if Baalam's travelling
as well as you and [ do, thitt ir~,Igs f countrymen, or does it niot show omion d kept his mout ut,
Philbrick can not be elected. hat Ire thinks tlor of his office than uoa"ion ad nket his mouth aut,
Mr. Cespedes, in his haste to do t thr ? histoi'y would not have recorded what
bidding of his master, did mnot s. If Mr. Caspedes so keenly feels every i an s it was
to inquire into the truth of the chl. insult offered toi the Ctubhns, why did E. O. LOCKE.
ges which be hoas nadu against 1i au not sign the petition of the Cubans-
He sayi that si 1875 a sCuban fn"' the rmUovall of a Custom House' !i The many friends hero will
sent to prison, on my petition to t'~'r, furr an alleged assault ulon Mr.
sent to prison, on my petition to t i ? f lr an l ai pof n os his regret to learn of the sudden death of
Court, for offering to sell 18 O/gi ffla ,o',. Hirs'r. Cup-deus abused any Capt. Wr. MEaRIT, of the Coast
and the Cuban petitioned the Goii, ~ in the (utltollm Houso for not giving Wrecking Company, at Stapleton,
ermnent for his pardon, which pc.' '.dress to thle Cubans, indi hrav they not Long Island New York on 'ith ult
tition was sent to me for amy 'fficiJ at last been compelled to seek justice L lan New Y o t
report thereon, and owing to t fi'rln the Court which Mr. Cespedcs of Apoplexy.
injustice of my report, I was d sa s e lis e so long fghtig musing to red
missed frum office, Why des ot d nsidrt is rather amusing to read a
This I io.t positively cay is fal it auit inbli to the Culi heaus I into article in the sunland A'ibune
as the records in the L. 8 Court n ifenddrtiily us mucus oficert to tt wfo declining that the KEY was jubilant
my office, or at Washington will shbo I mo to defitnd tihe Clstom ls )Oflicr nis it over tho late election for Mayor of
and I challenge Mr. Cospedes to e wns to prius1.cute Mr. Porroto and others, this city, nd imin it as a Re.
mine thoeu, as he has a right to all if which wins my duty to d.o.
anll let them decide between us. HIas nt Mr. ()spedles known that punblican victory." Uilfurtuinaitvl lor
The truth of tile unattcr is, hat atom tiuedulrig hisenployint in the Tribune, th KEY has made no
1875 two Cubans wore indicted by thi. ta wtol as Aml us e bn seize i f Cbtate nt. Mr. MClntock,
Grand Juriy for ofeinimug Cigur fo' I wellir Alurer'ie:mmi !u'- been tk tanmt Mm. MuClnit eek
Grand Jry f offering C rs fr utons Offilcer ai r. Cospedcs, I do the sucounsful candidate, did not mru
s.tle contrary to law, As Districut At.I,,l t think, considered it aur insult to the ,as a Rei,ublican, or a DLmuocrat
tourney it become my duty to present Cubans, nor did he ever abisti.s theo oPfc c
the case before a Jury of 12 menl, for so doing; ind wh, y, iwais t becausJI h enlce, we nuiboerd him very pro-
who by their verdict, said the parties wnis a C'usI to: i.i ,se Officer, onr wita it pcrly ainioung the Independents, with.
charged were guilty, they were sen. ,* cau'I e nllio cr ;iid inut belong to the out the big R. The Dumocrat lone
tended by the Court, to the least) pen. ("urt inn My. Wilker was not.just at eeted io o a te action
slty, (aid tt that t1l0 ill ncduf tihe rte" of th@ elected no one at the late election.
tpltted by the law. ii pn l r Mr. CSde i
When the question of pardon was tie lst gasp of the tIranicil clique who WASHINGTON, D. C. 28th.-Fore.
submitted to me by the Dopartment w lould in tle yur ai utir il wit It od of nman Dicksont of the Star Route Jury,
at Washington, here is what I wrote 'iron,, and thie bonos of the heroic dead wts arrested to-dav and gave bail
-(my letter is on file in the Attorney. that nw lit,, liglell., with tlhe soil tof tre o 5,000 is aidpeg v rae l e
General's office at Washington, aud C'uba. woull nris.e ulp Ii, l ;lchulnrko yotu if ti ,lt of 000 orl.> a|peance
an o0icial copy is in my office, open to foiled to ass'irt your rigltHt as freemen. to answer to the charge of COlllliracy
the inspection of Mr. Cesped's, airl EO. .,WN0I PATT'.ASON. id I.I tndletvori g t% o itluietio a vt'r'dit
ni t hn T' li S t* oute t'i lI.
any one else.) I said, In the case a f Fe tcAao, 28tr.- o e ti li d
A. B. I would say I behlevo he is ai OUEDAR KEYS, FLA., 7 Cu.Ao, 28th.-The rdic do-
ignoraat man, without the knowleud Oct. 2.th, 1882. cal M. vil. ilsU,', ....
l n. lit"1 1e-61
GEORGE G. WATSON,
Assignee for'C. & E. uowe.
Key West, Sept. 30th, 1882-tf
In an#/for (1ie 41 JTudicial Circuit of
i #te_ .8. of Florida.
LMLA JoNES )
a vs j Bill for DiWorce.
WM. B. JONES)
It appearing by affidavit that the
above.named defendant resides out of
the State of Florida,
It is ordered that said defendant ap.
pOHr and answer or demur to the bill
plea he cin, on or before the first Mon.
day in Fobruary, 1883., or the bill will
be taken pro confesso.
I; ji ftyr~eor ordered that publication
bereof be 'anidlo in the Key of the Gulf
for three months ,
PETER 1 KNIGHT.,
Key Wv,', Fl.i,, Oct. 25t,h lrt.'
C'mpu111i ('4,m' l(I llali 1e' (lletI
Nlixtl Jsmilcial !i'rcillt of
i1e M.tatl' ol' I'lorita1s,
vs. j Bill for Di.
IONAOIA MARRERO vorce.
It ha ing been made to appear by
affidavit that the above named (efend.
ant resides out of the State of Florida.
It is hereby ordered that the said de.
fendant appear and answer or demur
to the bill filed heroin, on or before tbI
firit Monday iR ovemnber, A. D,, 188,
otherwise tb complainants bill will be
taken pro eonafeso.
It's further ordered, that publication
hereof be made in the Kpey the Gulf,
a newspaper published inthe City of
Key West, State of Florida, for threo
Attest : PETER T. KNIGHT,
Clerk Circuit Court,
Monroe County, Florida.
July 19th, 1882.
ClItrel-i court, 91oIorno e Couii-
tv, tixlln Circtuit ot r Florldal ,
DESBDERIO OASTELLAA OS,)
Ordered, That this case come to a
hearing Dec. 4th, 1882.
PETER T. ,NIGHT,
Key West, Sept. 9th, '82. 3mnos.l
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Gold anl Silyer MedUls at tho hAnual
Fairs of the Amorican Institute in New
York, and other Exiibijirons in the
United, Statcs; aud the Uderasignnc
batiny lunde Piunos in th, Citv oj 'Nw
York over thirty years, will Guarantee
Tht following Testimonials are re.
This is to certify that Chiarles J.
Holder has recently rcgUlated, re.lcnth-
ered an\1. t.ujd csvetndr Pianos in my
sohookl' arid that he thoroughly under.
stand the business. and Tunes with ac.
curncy, and thoroughly, and I choer
fully recommend bim' to all requiring
J1OIN F. YOUNG.
Bishop of Florida, Episcopal.
AMERICAN INSTITUTE, NEW YORK.
This is to certify that hburles J
Holder exhibited Piano Fortes of his
own uanufactrre at the grent Fair of
the Institute in the year 1841,1842.
1844, and 1862, and received the First
Prize Mbedal ov1r all comiptitors.
TIHOMAS WV, CHAMBERS,
Clei'k At Board of Mbtagei r
Will be in Key West Novemb'r let
0 N NO LAY tle 6t,~yth ir of NOV.
St:t,. (curt L on, l,.or iii K Vy r'cvt.,
lia ;tt 11 o'clock A.M., I will, as As.
sign, ',, tlit estate of C. & E. HowP,
Bintnkruts, sell for CAsH the following
Real Estate, purchasers to pay for titles,
Lot 13 in s uaru t 1
19 & 1n '
,, l to 28 inclusive, a
,, ,, 8 ,, 4
,,11 ,, 20 ,, 9 TRACT
,, 1 1 10
11,12, 16, 17.18,19, 20 s 8 10
4,, 8. 7.,8,9. 18, 14,) ,,
15 22,23,24 j "1
17 and 18 7
1 Lot corner Thomas and"
United Streets, 50, eet c,
United St. and 225 on Thomas
\ ct 402 feet on United St.
runmnln t the watws oj the
South Beach, about 127 est .
more or less. o
1 Lot 292 feet on United St.
runn ng to thu waters of the
Sonth Ueulch, 127 feet, more orl
less, Astuted on the island of
All the right, title and interest of the
said Bankrnpts in and to 3498 acres of
land in Llano Oounty', Texas
And at tbo saE ,txwo asi laoe the
Books of Aoeotiis of Baild 'Bankruts.
H. POHLMAA r.& Co.
Y~oro GROG ER 8
Fts v R82 TCHOUITOLUrS ST.,
TTL SINGER HM xi w, ORB.4 XS. LA
Theirreat ot s tinso n nt popmnls2 YBJ*~ ORE1Nw.L
sm-Ye ye os a -s % O E T I( AT FEN Tre
these ve r ov rie 00 9 t0ri e Itt orrs o
th e orw~it o en ir m itelohl
uu ntulio~ oo lazeltrun ol:
na4 a~notll we, `4 un It to trJ(0
maw, r (~x~uc ntpre~fimad ogarm -
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July 39, 188l. ma 3
ALL Persons having demands
against the Estate of JAMEs i).
ENGLISH, late of Monroe Cunt., i.i-,
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deiay1 an ll persons hinJeblted lo
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payment to the undersiygnd.
N. F. ENGLISH,
H. S. WIGGINS,
Key Wmvt, 80th Sept., '82,
TH DI EASIS OF
YOUTH and MAM OQI
A OuI AZTALIWI** -
AGUIoRaiT i IuN
ps*xerneq. P1on I, OtOln im
00TV (hi Book M< M imrl*.
"Prsorpslonu e s. sio oario deotId .\m\r.
bsus, whrch it expr. ,Ftrle iote. Address
THI PUIBU0IK GlO 24. Milwtkel, WI.
,,ARRI.S RMEDY .Ce t ..,
,qorll a F.HARI R 'I P IOP.L .L
.N> slm*4 1 1k 4 64 bole ritll %s
.0%1 Pr"las .: se.t...
Sl!t aere mmtm i. mm!. tSUl ate cLI Itin mm, '
The undersigned bee opened a Coffee
and Eating House in Gordon's Block,
near the City Hall, where he will bo
pleased to accommoodate bia isda,
i ith a good square meal at very w r
STEPHEN A. MEADE.
Key West, Sept. 9th, '82.
AOf Ohronamo. (aeosae Iroe
ip etp Ad.J l
The Undersigned has erected a new
Steam Engine, for grindougecoffee,and
is now prepared to sell *'
PUS3 ROUND OOYYlU at 20o. *1
opposite the City Hall, Greene-st,
He invites an inspection.
May 27, '82.
CHEAP FOR C AiSU
T C rmry-Awns Boa(t,
9 Pilot iloatta
1 center.board Schooner,
1 small Schooner suitable for coaster
For further particulars enquire of
.IOME1Bii C(IIuIIICII Co..
ap23M. Tiverton, PI
U rh., l I ..it iMw
/ i NIMjM ht~ll? Iteot d o n l en ilnltIflo I, i11
i pt.nui ru cm'il, ;l t Ari for t.lic ., a*
TAL isi eI.l i r T . n. u ut
M M MrT',t. r'. -. *" .. <. ,. i,,=
--... 2,.:.,__L... ... .-.---s,
SATURDAY, N E~E~R R,
Tuesday nest will tell *".who
wage the dog"'
The Oirbans say they will vote
for Alien ANTr ow.
.- Three cheers for Tohn Jay (hie)
P. tdlettu.-D moeeaetio Orator.
The battle cry now is McKinnon
for a.vr, Independents to the front,
The Ofl'rwfau, from Nassau, ar.
;ived Moe'alavy with n, assorted cargo
and l1 pnlas lituei'.
Oats: Onat I is in demand, woft
soap dolrt take now a duJs, tbe sup.
.ply eseeeds the demand.
Theta are scores of uhbans to
whom MoOlintook made promises to
vote for and support Allen.
After the seventh., eaee ons
can exclaim in stentorian tones God
deliver me from mny friends,"
War t declared I War to the
knife I an4 somebody's reputation will
be putto the test in a few days.
Col. MeKinnon's speeches are
generally acknowledged to have been
the best ever delivered i, this oity.
The Custom house crowd don't
feel happy, but of course they wilt
elect their candidates in the usual war,
Even Bishop Mulligan has cot
been on the rampage lately. He is
quiet it is said in eousequence of a
scarcity of oats.
UUIUII o11 O ATI."
Clears out rat., in, n roaches, flies,
Lsat, bed.bhug, sukmtks, chipmunks,
goplters. 15e. i 5ri.st,
Skinilir'"s bell i I,played out, alid
he will return to hi saiw till a 6 tddper
if not a wider asll. ht itas mo.
keyod with it buzz asW" to lis sorrow
- The more Mai. exrIaiii the
-worse his case becomes; and when
somebody else explaithm w will have
to fIl!, I( the ,nointtiait l and beg the
rocks to fall on him.
Judge J.. W. Locke aid family,
Comnlluidet r Wynn U. 8. N. and wife,
Mrs. Maloney and Chia., Lat'c.r, Hrriv*.
'edd on 8. 8 Rio Oraade, ts passengers
o'ti Thursday nuornii', lihst
Thie it's. W. 8. Irlio an-l wif,,
p.a'renlti of Judler J. \V. A0B O L&,, ',
arriv 4d inl lit Sh 8 lio Qran'le on
Thslip's-'il iionilii i l, 11t, to sitend the
W1, 101 niit outI little lukilinl.
:.'* Jiel roi'lvUe.l per str. IlloGran le"
<,- i' tlnir&i, prig flause. Honelels Bacon,
'iri l'.,rk, Nikeall, Fultun MNitrket Iteef,
T'rl. Pigs le t. loolognit HiauiIngosin Lnard,
A\latc.rul, C. Iiittlh PiMoles, Relishesn &.
tlso Ioliiuso Furninling goods, Wood and
\\illhow v'e. &e. Ac. A. 8AItIOL.
Oi 'tl i.sfy afternoon McClin.
tock itws hiearl to tell Pelnlletou thllt
S be wontd do*' a1 t H-t & olill for hhin."
T'bi shows that Philbrick's ennl.iidacy
ia only in Pendleton's interest.
'The article', siglEiiel lrts. Mlie
Cl!it.'ack, in ti0 Key lVeet .News, of
th,; l .s, inst, will it"t LW 'ldilt-d to
liUi. T'h,' y are0 tlie lilo < dllisii of tho
Cusloittwl H<14re, wilitt it niy iiistake.
-- Wi-,!iaar lhas firful hiNbl: gins,% ha$
S pilvd !is last cratr'l; but t asp i ,; i t ; i
SiM, Cliutoltk can't ale:!ll t'ie Clihali vot r.
'['lie Iroplle know too will the flilsity of
i ;eir reirespntetlions. The Colleutor luay
buiy thi Mtiyor with a pliyoa u it i ryibtl,
hbut he cau't got tile peelal.
a- liers with le.tleia's miniie canl
be seit in il l I 'l ir. u.ittis. .('i Tuc1.
daIy v11ilU ,'lor'.1e t' i l,'o e ''i y
,lt.ou uiiil'l r'liil'ii ni'.'( *t i..
S- We are gratified t I,'orn that
the (lien Air Cltio'rt llid $:lBizar,"
for the be nfit of the Y.'llw Fover
Sufferers at Pensacolla, i'rove4 very
successful, iti: u,'itled i4b' I>'iitnt of
1835., Tlis certailily speak well for
Tha speed of Independleitistn
pa sown b1 the RHo..D. L. MeKinnog
on Tuesday evenlug last, hate taken
deep root i thbe fallow grounds of
Monroe County, aud cannot be eradi-
bated i our people are determined to
*.e free froim pirtj!an slavery.
Quick, complete c nre, all annoying
Kidney, ed4r and d Urinary Disasases,
-- Arrived; on Monday last, Steam.
lighter Tamesi, Capt. W. Canon, from
leston1 tuak In coal and water, at A,
F. Tift's wharf, and usiled same day
for Tampico, Mexico. 'Ibhis boat left
poston It Sept. last, alId through
some sactSent in hop inachinery bad
to put iu for repairs at Charleston.
-- The Wickrv.Sweenev.MuOlin,
took letter has ade tho ~4ltcns In,
dignaut, and if pq'sSiblie moe deter.
ruined to support the men of their
own choice.," "Every move'of thi
"Boss.1" every "resolution of the
machine" brings consternation to the
very vitals of the would Ie usurpers
of the peoples prerogatlios.
When tespedes' letter was at.
/ lep pte4 to be .e-ad iu the faetoripa on
Saturday last, and .hen the Me.
Clitilock, Mayor-.t'.Key-West letterI
was read in Wolfe's factory on Tues.
day, they were riliouled by the work.
lenl ud .' Hlurr'a lpara mliter Ally'"
resoulnded. tiroullgh the buildings ll mii
could be beard by pansersl by in the
SThe v. a. Morgan, Capt. Hill, from
Few Orlians, mvia Cedar Keys, arri.
ved last Muudayi, at 1 o'clock, with
omine 600 hbls. freight for this port,
and sailed caMse evennjg for rjavaoa,
taking 7 passengeroifr*tl thib oitT.
We noticed by her:the rrriVal of a
free delivery wagon, for; the enter-
prising firm of W.. H.Mopqlrtge
SCo.ot this city.
Wells HRalth Renewer"' reo n
bhelth and vigor ours. perq, uloa p .
patenee, bexual DebllitY T. .
We wish the Calptin and biA effi
cient staff bon voyage and will ever
remember with pleasure, the happy
days passed ou board his "little
Trlbltoe of Itempea't.
Cval LoDos, Nc. 15, I.O.G.T.
Wazass, it has pleased Almighty God
to remove ft~m our midst our worthy
Brother Jose Ma. Magrina, therefore he it
RnsOLVD, that Culi Lodge Iha lost an
srdent worker, a worthy member nd tn
right Oddfellow. That Oddl'lowship
in the death of Bro. Jose M. Magrina, has
lost one, who n hlis dally life refeole'l
credit upon the or.ler; his hand was ever
open to a brother in need, and his heart
did ever beat in sympnathetio response v)
the appeal, of tue distresseld. TIhat thu
community has lost an upright man and ,r
good otiUeA, .
RMoLvsp, thi the Lodge deeply eyLo-
pathles with th gref-roken family of
our deceased brother, and we tender his
bereaved widow our. inetoro condolence.
asoL.'a, that ait dopy of these resolu-
tloAi be sent to the ~lttow of' the deceased
and a copy published, ii' te city paper
A,. de LONO
RAMON IIVEn O.
A Tovxot MA wants hoard is a
small familnly, good lolity, without
other boa0 4er. 'Apply tt this ofAo.
______~ ~ _____
i T best. way to Inrease the
appetite, assist digestion, cause the
food to assimilate properly, and the
absor.bont to take vp nourishment,
induce 'ful isad regular evacuation,
produce easy expectoration, and stop
decay of the lungs, heart, liver, urina.
ry and digestive organs is by using
own's Iron ittters. t has given
,*saliaction in more than a mliloo
,- Pendleton has been rseessfr la in.
troduoing main-land bul doink among
4he democrats of Key West, On Wednes.
day evening at a Demooratio Meetiag
when two 4hlrds of the audience called for
Mr. Brown to peak, a crowd of bull-dosers
docnlari tlit lie should not, and when he
aroseu to addressH the iweet2ifg asmeo o u
proiiwitet (?) Oitizels pulled the sta4g dawn
and broke up thie meeting. If, however
ainsy clique of IgnoramuRses think they oan
doprive Ainerioan citizens of the right of
free speeech, they bad best go back to some
monarchy. In America, free speech can
not be prevented Jbt at tle price of blood.
-- To wha* base uses has the May.
oratly of tbts city descended I Only
a few days ago Wm. McOliitook was
aleeted as the People's candidate by
mea of all shades of politics i and at
this early day we find him using his
official position to bolster up the Cus.
tom house ring ia their nefarious in.
road upon the people's right. If
this i to be his idode of prededure,
we opine that he now anaks a better
figurehead for a Beer ear than be will
a mayor of this city. < \
oar"ellyou-Itell you, h el-I tell you
fellow citizens-I tell you, fellow oltidens,
M the d-l ii on the ticket.... 1 tell yoter
fellow citizens, f the d-l is on the ticket
vote for him.-Chalrman Ourpos at th 3rd
An appropriate peaeh for a Bourbon
mass meeting would be:: "I contend that
h-oar ticket will be h-eleoted beoa re we
h-aremaking stren ount h.eforta for that
purpose, and we hare about doing groat
sacrifices; the s Corn will be chartered
for the purpose of getting thoes pongers
who ltoraia iont in, nin a subscript on wis
iao foot for th e t lortinit purpose; t it
though the inrmount collooted at present
is but 19.01 yet there li-is openss to hilobtiin
do, nthe ilry binougt. Hurhese for
WTlsrce lct'sa Pt oss lrowaoilI
The city wias thrown into theut of
soitnremnt ediitl Sun oy ut about 8
0'v'Iock p. in. wheu the report wis
slprt Ad bl iet Cubuns-e tdrof JOMri
lita li4 sori still Jiise i. lurina-iwere
drouwimnel Ittr F'ort Tiiylor. It aemsna
tLiit theua pei 'sol with six othur.s imn
calldiig a sluali o hil, got into ac ls il
riet.tria[ of a boat to liis, and whti
itey got fve ylrct frot the p.oji.cl.
igX rucka near the Port, the boat till-
ed uI i with wiler, atmi all iurties oil
boarirt gtit 34citld and jump, out.
i'edrco Migr'itla held tbe child in his
arms, struggliig to swini, but went
downi, the child being rescued ty a
boy. Tlr bodies of the fiitkeer and
soIl weru iminedit cleN found, brought
hulnio iid Lbuied, h i,g that of Jose
liteyriiii is still nisisjri '. Tle nff.ir
was it very gij n &V bouth Inei
hltve< tamilini i idii i.- News.
ie Prsocdl s of Oph e late C oncertan
B sd lr in ja inuid the Peusaouola suf-
Blloe!vd tit the aantes....s..ila94
'aord efreshiu'ntv .. ,... 4 .1 y45
Frouh sila of 'rickets ...... 91.d 1 0.59
J'xpnsae.... ,...... 1o.14
b- -' rlt csaois........ ..... t 135.43
N. F. ENGLISH,
Wn. 231. Ato TRIHI .
Filitailu OC milli ltee.
'I'e lit'lis Ilaving chlarge of the
Une l'slaieiIa at uthu late Concert and
B.titelr in nii4 of the Pensacol Bstuffer-
fel', lemiri tto ieni tirn hir thanks to
the ulta rea' of beh Key West Cornet
Beic d for the vIluab le assistance they
roe derld in furnishing muiuic free of
-- After -verall ttn civ"i Lible delays
and vc'xIr i.ii.t r. v-l'i's, .!;lil(tuitt Sysnes
has tiu''a'nt'Tllc 'lrj);ilr the l ile lhif.
foul feat of resfriri thlu' 1, 0. T. Can's
Cable, ltheei Kbey \Vwet and oHav-
The steamer tnder his commu nd,
the DEcele of Marlboro is the small.
est able steamer afloat, alnd bhas been
puC;paepst'ully engaged during the past
two years repairing the West Ildia
and Panama Co's. Gables in water
ranging from nfty to two.thousand
fathoms, but in con~paeratively still
water henete the recent operations
in tbe Gulf Stream, where the cur-
rent, during most of the work, was
running at the rate of four and a half
knots, makes the success a matter of
sjiecill moment, from the fact that all
Cable Engineers agree there are no
waters mere difficult to work in than
the Gulf Stream betweosi Key West
The Duchess of Marlboro will sail
in a few hours for Colon, S. A ,to re.
p air the Cable between that port and
th Island of Jamaica.
Umowmr prbNi Buirar amo
a eotaln oue for al diseases
Mi a complete tonicl ep.-
llrlo om, DPpellnI& Iltw,
iteat lFeves, Want of Appotte,
Set Strl th, rack ot Baer,
i etoh the blood, stengt.-
b u mUs8dl and gives new
S Al w tiMer Acts Ukt a
.han oo 0 dliartve ofmsua,
mss nw ad d"speptio @. ptopmh
oi a tasu ng the foo d Belohlbn
Hst in tLm ltmaohe Heeautbm,
o*o. e omly ron Prepamdao
hat wU not blacken their teeth or
give headiohe. old by i DAll Dr
luts at $1.00 a bitte.
BOWN ovmao ALo 0.
Il-t ill V lT A*oA ram
EWAR O@F IMITATION.
A. A. BROOKS, Proprietor,
Greene Street. a
My Stables are canveniently situated
a'short distance from the Rusjll House,
and fine fresh saddle-hurses, nuggies
or hacks can be procured bt rotsnable
pri bliln for, Horesa,
and repairing of all kinds of Haness
.,' q' qi k Tnd well.
28 sob E. P, Church, Arias, Haana,
mdi and pas, to Fogarty & Jobnson.
- s. Lizzie Henderson, Jaakson, Ce-
dar Keys, mails, to Wn, Ctliay.
- s o Chbtapion, Peaoas, Card as,
bal, to Master.
29 sb Dauntless, Dias, Havene, sads
and pass, to G. Boroto.
- sob Ellis L, Rogers, Carbello, Hay.
ana, bal, to Fogarty a Johnson.
- a. s. Guadalupe, Niokerson, Galves.
ton, gen mde to A. F. Tilt,
- s. s. Morgan, Hill, New Orleans via
Cedar Keys, gen oargo to A. F.
- sob George Ston'r, Faball, Havana,
mds and pas, to Fogarty & Johbson.
- steam Lighter TaouesL Cann, Boston
for Tamptso, Mex. and prooeulfed, to
A. F. FTilt,
80 br. obh Gertrude, Roberts, Nassau,
ads and puss, to Coleman & Bart-
81 sob Isabel Alberto, Bishop, New York
gon cargo, to Wm,. Curry.
1 s. s. Lizzie Hendeaon, Jaoekon, Ce-
dar Kevys mlls to Wm. Omuy,
2 s. Rio Grande, Barrow, New Ywrk,
ge amds, to A. F, Tilt.
B-s s. Morgan, Hill. Havana, mds and
25 pas to A F. Tift.
29 e s. G.uadalupo, Niokersdt' New
York, gen nids.,by A. F. Tiltt.
- sob Flora Wood house, Davis;-New
York, ad.s by Wm.. Curry.
30 as Morgan, Hill, Havana, mds. and
pas, by A. F. Tilt
31 wh D X Romington, Akina, Phila.
delabia, cooannts by J J Philbrick
5Nor.. s Lizzie Hpnderson, Jickson,
mails, by Wnm. Curry.
- sch Jennie L,)ckwood, Poland, Apa.
laohiools, bal by Master.
2 as Rio Grande, Burrows, Galveston,
gen. cargo, by A F Tift.
se Morgan, Hall, New Orleans, mds.
and pas by A F Tift
- bknf. Henry A. Burnhamn. York,
Apalachicolo, bitl by A. F. Tift.
- br, sub Gertude, Roberts. Nassau,
uds and pas, Coleman & Bartluni.
To Arrive from New York, brig Stacy
Clark. Stahl, coal, sub Almeda Wil!e1,
OopalunPas, gecn cargo, and seli Annie A.
Booth, Bayles gun cargo to Wm. Cur.
All persons doing business within the
limits of the City. for which a License
in required, and where the sienie has ox.
pircd, are requost(d within Ten duas to
rl'lew the lanie, ov they will be dealt
with as the City Ordinances direct.
By order of the Mayor of tho City of
Key West, s
M, S. MbRENO,
Key West. Oct. 25, 1882.
A fhvorlit pr Sorlptlon of ,1rs of tho
gol noted tild e i clisti n the U. 8.
.ow retired for the scr, of W De.wet IrbUith
VAni .d, r I .Veeak* *l ii d DeumS. te
atllit ltlil livi ,(/iit , f re. iinlitu 11lii i1 iIt.
Address DR. WARD & CO.. Louislins. M.
itH rRENCH LADIES' PILL
O UlMcM I UL;LADIOSlC8TT.
"S..iri tnsp.utntyie tone
uertiu iVremedy Is tit ureol In
I erlr bns ; bnxesr a.. br
Iot .l A.IJoan of Ltielior Lij
N-l Little 7. n ilocit .ika,t
A. F'. T F 2'
C'+ I",N RITAI,
KEY WLST, FLORIDA.
H AS exteunsiv wharves and fire-proof
warehouses for the accommodation
of the largest liass of Steanmers.
.~B Coals. Ice, Water, and other sup.
plies for Steamers.
Charters procured for vessels brund to
ports in the Gulf and West ladies.
For 1a Crclulr. Al N v aetsal Bus*t
EXCHANGE ON NEW YORK
The Unidersigned is prepared to nc.o
connoedato those who desire Drafts
WM3, A. KILLIP'S
WHITE'S BUILDING .,.
T HE SUBSCRIBER bues much pleasure in intimniting that he has received a
CHOICE SELECTION OF GOODS,
whiuc on inspection will be found to contain a very EXTENSIVE and
THE FOLLOWING DEPARTMENT WILL BE FOUND REPLETE:
Watches and Ulooks, Gold Chains, Meerschaum Pipes, Student's Lamps,
Gold Brooches, Gold Nto'lets, Perfumory, a variety of Nick Naoks,
Gold Rigings I great variety Fancy Clocks, Electro.plate Goods,
Gold Jewelry in every vir ty, Jet Ornaments, Silver Fruit Knives,
Gold Chariis, Gold Lok, Fancy Ci'd Cases, ladies' Fancy Purses,
Gold Curb Chains, Fancy Leather Goods, fancy Gilt Goods
Geit,'s Sioarf ins, gent' tone Pitsg Masonic Pini e, Oddfellows' Pins,
CG(it's Cuff tltttons, S rchales mid Good Twaiplars' Pins,
.ye glasses, Baromett guage, Ladles' Silver Earrings, ladies' Gold do.
Thermunoneter and Stor" isies, Fanog band Gold Rings,
Spectacle Glass Case a Gent a Gold Curb Chains.
Rubber Eybeglasseo j. Watch Glasses. Wcoh Keys,
Silver ins, Knives & Forks,
S ALaosI A AID STOOD OF PAIQOT 00DB
The EL RO.PLATED DE ARTMENT
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Oastoers. r iilbrs, But Dlishe, Cqaum Dishes, yrup Dishes, Spoon Holders
Cake Stands, Receivers, Sugai Bowls, Pickle Casters,
Round ys, Oake Baskets, Napkin Rings,
Te Sponns, Table do. Bell Call,
Sugar Spoons, Butter Coolera,
Ice Pitchers, &e. &c.
Presentation Orders Pirom-ptly Executed.
Particular attention is respectfully directed to the special advantages to be de.
rived by ptirchlaing from a lIargo' nd well-.elooted stock of First Class Goods,
which has been selected with the strictest regard to Novelty of design, Excellence
of manufacture, and at i moderate o price.
Watches and Clocks carefully cleaned andwrcpaired
Its the shortest possible time.
The favor of an early inspection will oblige
mny6.e2 WILLIAM ItMcKILLIP.
J OHN WHITE,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
Provisions d Groceries,
of cholc quality, selected especially for family use.
CRO CKERYI, LASSWARE
LAMPS, NAILS, At.
A General Assortment of
PAINTS, 01448, VARNISH,
GLASS, PUTTY, BR USES,
COe.en3.t zndc Ls T 2lme,
PL ASER PARIS, lo
S .... .. ,... o, ,,0,.. . . 0. . ...... .
CORN, OATS, BRAN, COW.FEED, Ac.
.... ...... ........... .... ........ .., ............ .............
The House-keeper's Department
ia extensive, and comprises almost every article indispensable tW a family.*
I purohase for (ASH, hence 1 can sell at living figures.
.At my=-3 0c1a. ltfim3n.dC,
Key Wost, Oct. 1 191.
[SUCCESSOR TO FILER & SON1]
NO 1., FRONT STREET.
al constantly on huand ll kind of
Dressed and Undressed Yellow Pine Lumber,
lnhalogny, Juniper and Cypress Boards
O %urlD Ope1r Ma PO31 2 AlemT,
IOUILD N4(,4. POLEs lund LATH
To my Patrons ana Friends.
IME.HONORED CUSTOM permits that whenever any special advance or
change occurs in outr business hat it be announced not only with becoming
brevity, but with ample display and prominence, that anl m5y avail of the advan.
taes oeer d.
G. W. FERGUSON,.
impressed with theo mportanae and utility of keeping fully abreast with the times
will introduce some aastsary improvements in bia store, and will hereafter RUN
A WAGON for the special delivery to his customers of all Goods in any part of
the city free of charge aud with due promptness.
OUR STOCK OF
FINE GROCERIES, VEGETABLES, P COVISIONS,
GRAIN, HAY, CEMENT,
AINTfS, OILS, &e.,
Is being constantly rene d with fresh arrivals by everyvessel from New York
New Orleans or the B unding country; and thanking the public for a liberal
patronage he invites its ntinuane wit the assurance that their wants will be
fully anticipated and ob fully attended to.
For the better aocom action of our Retail Cuetomers the store will hereafter
be kept open till 8o'ol Our Jobbiug Customers will as usual receive our best
tenmtion, and have the; rrdes promptly filled and goods delivered free,
A FRESH fOCK OF GARDEN SEEDS ON HAND
amA will be fully prepared for the shipment of Vegetabls and Fruit for the o0m.
KNy W*et, 9plt. 1, : I2 EW..JXRGUSO.l
I3VVTW ii. 1TEnwr
I NEW STORE
NEW GOODS !
WM. H. MONSALVATGE & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail
Pitctrls Building, DUVAL STREET.
Will keep constantly on hand a choice quality of
PROVISIONS AND GROCERIES FOR FAMILY USE,
'lWnware, Cerocakerm, Woodenwor.,
Canned Goods, Grain,
FeblSly movwey t
FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING.
I L'O rI s i s 0D,
GENT'S PURNIHING GOODS
ARMY and NAVY GOODS
HATS, CAPS, BOOTS, SHOES, TRUNKS, VALISES, UMBRELLAS,
OIL AND RUBBER GCOTrING.
.. "and Youths' Clothing a Spedl
C. W. HXINDRY. J. D. HXINDRT.
HENDRY & HENDRY,
*Wu l i 1lttil W 3- l 8.
"F ., "- dff: W" C .=121M
The undersigned has associated Mr. J, Hendry, of _Prt_ iMy, An the -
butrhaingbusinews-in- thief ot.y. ---- -- --.
Having the necessary means to select and transport Beef Cattle from Panta
Rassa, we shall be able to supply the best took for this market.
Retail stall No. 1, in the City Market.
Key West, Sept. 10, 1881.-t
C. W. EINDTY.
CORNER OF DUVAL & FRONT STREETS, KEY WEST,
VOtlonxla, WBMaO"oy C-odxmr ,
Crockery, Glass- Ware, Good & Wiltoow-are,
Bardwar.e, Cutlery, i2n-Ware,
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS,
My 8tock 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 seouro the largest dis
counts, and save all commissions and extra charges usually paid. With
all these facilities, I am prepared to exhibit at all times a complete
general stock, and sell at the lowest possible prices. Parties wihi4n to
purchase to sell again, oA\ always fnd some specialties at very low
I would specially call attention to my stock of choice Family GROOERIBS
compning many at tiles not found elsewhere.
Key West, January 19th 1878. ly.
R. M. KCIEMP,
Is constantly adding to his Large and Elegant took of
Shoes and Hats,
w~vTTxlo2. e I3.i.tes tlixe pubTllo
to xInspect before ixpu
I____ _____ _I~_
E. O. G-T.YNW N
Corner Front and Ann Streets,
KEY WEST, PLA.
Ac. Ac&. Ac.
_ __1_ ____
GOOD TEMPLAI' (COItNEIR.
SNluch isN Tihe."
BY MAO OB0IO.
(; ire him a lift, and help him up.
Don't you see the man is down P
Give him a word of hope and cheer.
Hide with a smile that scornful frown,
Hl has erred, and has fallen very low,
He buas drained the dregs of the bitter
Of sir,, of shato, of crimn, it may be,
uo ive Hlim a lift, nul help hin up.
" He deserves it all. for his own intesdeds
Have brought hiu to it," you coldly
And why should you, for such as he,
Go one.half rod out of your way P
For such as he P Oh brothers, for shame!
For such as he P Oh men, beware !
Is it recorded that your feet
Will never be caught inin ngle snareP
To whQm does the Father bid us go P
To those whose lives are free and fair?
To whom adversity never has come,
And who know not the meaning of
The day is coming, oh brothers I when
At the judgment bar of God must
Remember their that to sech as he
You refused to lend a helping hand.
Speak a word, Oh sister mine,
Of pardon, of pity. of Christian cheer!
Lift from the dust the shrinking frame
Of the women down by the wayside
Sho is soiled, she is worn, her erring feet
From the narrow path have wandered
In a moment of womanly weakness she,
Strongly tempted, has gone astray.
She has forfeited that which a woman
Above all else, her spotless name
And on her brow, once fair as yours,
In deeply laid the stamps of shame.
And now one kindly word from you
May save her fromr a deeper sin,
May lead her tired, erring feet
That narrow path again within.
You panso not near hor less one breath
From lips like homers your own defile,
You stand aloof and hurry by.
You dare not tnuch a thing so vile !
Oh. women! where is your charity:now,
Your gentle mercy when put to the
Would you dare to say, s, yen turn front
That one spark of either worms your
Oh, men i you talk and preach and prate
Of charity to your fellow.nun,
As long as his life is free and fair,,
But you futilto practice when you canl
Oh, women you uar loyal and true ts
As a sister's stops are strong and
But let them falter, stumble and stray
For once, and you leave her to her
Oh, men! oh women the awful day
Of final reckoning draweth nat'r,
When every deed, both good and bad,
Shall he read out, and God will hear !
And God shall jydge, and wbut think
Will be your fate in that groat daiy
When Ho shall with just judgment
Between you and such as they P
BBAIDNa TowN, FLA.
STEAMISH IP AGETY
1, composed of thl
Foor op FITZPATAVI (
The Now York ad OGalvoston U. 8. Mail Steamfs...
following first Class Steamships:-
Arriing every THURSDAY from New York, and on SATURDAY
from GALVW'.-'n Tl'', igh tickets issued to New Orleans via
Morgan Line at .uonc sii ;es.
For Freight fil lta Pesastg, nlpp)iy it the Ollreo oftlhe Agult
Key West, Fla., May 1, '78. tt.
V 333 E1 X. Lj "
U. S. Stea'Tmships.
NEW ORLEANS, CEDAR KEYS. KEY WEST
THn MOROAN LINE of Splendid Steanships will omike regular Weekly Tripp
between the above ports, carrying Freight, Passengers anrl the United State.t Miails
MOH-A +- Capt: Colton.
HUTCI-IIN SON, (Capt. Bakel.
For Freight or Passage, having ologant accommuno tions, apply to
Oct. 28. 1882. AaGEt.
UNITED STATES MAIL
SH IP S
and T. J. COCHRAN.
TAMPA STEAMSHIP CO.
NE W SCHEDULE:
"Il I Only Illial Cnpitall," ArL
"It I only had cnlitnl," we heard K(
a young man say *i fw ilays ago, as Fo
he puffed away at a ten cent cigar, Ke
" I would do something."
"If I only had capital," said anoth.
er as he walked away from a bar. (
room, where be bad just Iaid fifteen
cents fora drink of spirits, I would
go into business."
A similar remark might have been
heard from the young man loafing on
the street 'corners.
Young man with the cigar, you are
smoking away your capital. You from
the drain shop, are drinking up yours
and destroying your body at the sniab
time; and you on the street corner,
are wasting yours in idleness and
forming bad habits. Dimes make dol.
lars--time Is money. Don't wait for
a fortune to begin with. If you had Ke
$10,000' a year and spent it all, you
would still be poor. Our men of
power and influence did not start with
fortunes. You, too, can make your "
mark if you will; but you must. stop
spending your money for what you
don't need', and squandering your
time in' idlleness-Eu..
Be Kind to Ilse Nlck.
.The only medicinal tint specially
adopted to enfeebled invalids anmd in.
fants is Brown'i Iron Bitters. It will
not injure the most delicate but gives
uiev lifo arid sew strength tI both
mind u rlf blIody. All lending physi.
ciauns are ti.o recommending it. in pre.
ferenc to anll other tonics.
g' The T1f'imniw e Act, presrib-
lug ai modet Iy whici in municipal cor
porationsr iny smtrenrdtr or abolish
their (hla'lers," has been declared min. s
constitutinal by tbe niuerior C(ourt. I 1
This decision, Itls said, will reopeg pies"
at least one thousand paloons in the Th
TAYMIPA STEAMIIE IRS.
avo Codar Keys, Friday 6 p.
rive Tampa, Saturday 2 ,
uve Tampa, Sunday 10 a.
rive Cedar Keys, Monday 6 ,,
ave Cedar Keys, Monday 6 p.
rive Tampa, Tuesday 2 ,
ave Tampa, Wednesday 10 a,:
rive Cedar Keys, Thursday 6 ,
KEB)' WVET STEAB IEI lS.
m. Leave Oedar KIeys, Thursday 0 p. i.
Arrive Key West, Saturday 6 u. in.
m. Leave Key West, Saturday 6 p. n.
Arrive Cedar Keys, Monday 6 a. m.
m. Leave Codar Kdgs, Monday 6 p tu.
Arrive Key West, 'Wednesday 6 a. mu
m,. Leave Key West. Wednesday 6 p. n.
Arrive Cedar Keys, Friday 6 a um.
ey West Steamers will touch in at Pnnntrtassa both going and coming.
r Freiglt or Passage (having excellent accommodations) apply to the
Agent Thily. WM. CURRY, Agent.
ey West, Juno 5th 1880.
.HARLES ST. JOHN,
STEAM. GAS & WATER PIPE FITTING.
IIP P1OMPT LY ATTBEN.DED TO. .ig
Wall Street, Key West, .Fla.
sy West, Fla.,an. 12th, 1878. ly3
WILLIAM C. LOWE,
G. B. KEOGH
OORS, SASHES, BLINDS,
MOUtDl18, BRACKETS, NERWELS,
lailustersa Stair Ralls, aslh Weights, &c.,
At Mnlanuthelnrr, Prices.*
eoial Attention given to -Black Walairt and other first-class Work,
guarlatee all goods ordered through me .. be at Now Yo k prices. 1 always
nt Original Bills so that panties can see that I minke no sxtrva, charges
ose ordering through me to pay the addit tonal expense of Freight.
N. II.-EsllMnatesi flrur hed oln npllnlion,
W. 1R. Kerr
ANGLO-AMERIOAN ROOFING O0.
Ho offers for immediate inspection
S THIE METALLIC
SLATES oSHING LES
-.----K WFOR ROOFING and SIDING.
now in use on roofs il all parts of the world, and must necoes.
sarily displace all other kinds of shingles.
S. i ,11 and Examine them at his Business House, Ann street. .S
.The Advantages of thele Shin gleos
St.'y are much Lighter than the wooden ; are of Wrought Iron, storm
and fit'.-proof I no itijury fomrn expansion or contraction ; do not shrink cr
warp ; cannot rust or be pierced so as to makn e leak,
jnn, .*_ APP3,Y AT ONCE. .-f
I--C- --4--- -C--
Established in 1869,
WHOLESALS AND RETAIL D ALR IN
]Driugs an.,& efi LeT,
DUV AL STREElT,
K i Y _X4'il'T, Fl..
Whologaoto n-ota3 Pel al0.";' ilr
of "',' y v\'. ih' y Inl sI l' .
i ', n4.t. rc'ivrl/1 froin New Yi'kl th la- Itrg1st ian beist nsariit:ientt of TLl.lii
;l11 lean'ss BOOT IS AND h iIIOES eyer uotl'red in thii city, together with
.TS, SHIRTS, LUlN COLLARS, LRaIVATS, IRUKS So,
B g. priacti;iI work miau, I h1:v; selected thia stock with a view to supply.
ing t elutivoe t tral i il this ity.
XI -I V
8hoo~ for it'o Ladles
Shoes for the Misese
Shoes for the Children
07F DFOR SALE
Shoes for Centlemon
Shoes for the Meohanlo
Shoes for the Laborer
L. B. CO TDE
corner Whitehoad & Southard Ste.,
V (r7 O
W l\\ ^ ^J}\y 11
WITO w I 0 C Ii,
Crockery aud Glass wuIr, Wood and lWillow war'',
all of whiclh he offers to the pulbhc iut very reduced prices. 85
Sous e-keeping Articles,
Cro ke ry
Pinem, jhCascm, Oi/-(.(etei.')lf.'aPi-;'.',4
C'ona tOil tovl'a.
SA I -1TP, )IIN )S. D 0 11-, 83, 10ITT,I) T"N: t:i%..
Cl E N T, II.A. i .
~1~~~d T~L~~~L~o 'ICPC'ELS~~ ago Ori' vil.`~. -
BOOK8,, STATIONERY, &EG
.At. 3lx3oXange I-Xall,
OOBNER 07 WALL AND DUVAL BT EBTB
PAPERS FROM EUROPE, together with almost every AMERICAN
PERIODICAL, SCHOOL BOOKS. &e., of latest dates.
CHOICE C1GAR1 IVINE and LIQUORJS,
OARDEN SE EDS,-- a fll supply,
Tobacco, Snuff, Pipes,
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.WM. R. KERR,
'N 1`4AT CO rI\TAG P I)E N
1 un ,h'r.-i i :wd is now pr iia d It bluilL a NEI'V 'I.EK tof
FAS'111ION.ABLE COTTAGE HRE'IIDEyC1
lt lsH cuot tihan the old Revolutioniry style.
He i..' Oso ,pie vd to .fttl,,i il tPltith nId Spcii'iti ,.- u four i n 1 ii'v ,,
tiihl r work that may he rtiiiI., lu'r, and at sncli 1',.: -' liK" !ire
v ,f irvt'yi ', Ilia fomr erN' work u: a proof tiut lhi r.: i,,
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: :... " 9'"*
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' -;'' ",.- a
",,, .'i.,:-, t
sC'iinm toil, fit.
SL AC K S M: IT II,
WHEEL WRIG IT,
TIN, COPPER AND SHEET-IRON W OREP,
LUAVING pilrcuusd th,.entire int. 't.fit oia .to lit deuk of U HfImso &.W.rtf
MAl,. 1 mol' Vea0ic .0
710 7I'SEJ- OE1IG, STiO i PI 'll' 1nud (i Ui'TTElNt
are made a sp i ocialty. And ii this br i t,,hu lis. fe;-ir. nu com e ..tti,,n.
LIGHTNING RODS. ui""*l > .1
LIGH n I Nlf G l Lih']UtUiinI',Hoibs. t, ti.ls,' ],o ti:,,, r5'qui
y12'79. thi ii o.1, .1-t lli t. t low rntes.
ROBER'I IM01O UllOW,
t Cor11i'1r D'tl lu4iiln i d atl uianoiftolii (Rs.
T HE iunl,'Rigned is now prepared to do all kindl- of Ciluinuet Work at 1 a fini:;hut
llnd workmaulike umnnnleri at i-iccs lIwetr thi.in amy ever done in this ciLy.
He keeps it MAGNIFI( ENT HEARSE, slliuelior to any ever seeu on this
l uud, andi iutends making Iis Ihut itiun c u UTn lroulur I, jttiaclfy.
C ivo m3e a oaell.
j1,.82 ,IROBERT' MORROW
El S TORE
Opposite St. Jnal
&rl~ N GOOD819
I Pply,' or c9oloce
FI'L.LP' .Z US'f BIEI AT lBOIITESTT NOTICE.
SEEDS orlr t I SEEDS
QB orM tYPr
SEEDS brown .y o SEEDS
RadaiMse lnuetrase* a etaelse stw sa -l nWCKtd W n T Hl Al5. '
KBCHAta Sao slnv We TOtM OtWmaSW CArNWo F R aPa uIIf.
DAVID LANODRItESONS,tIAM iBOWUPIlAUDELPHIA
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