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: August 6, 1887
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: VID00009
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 41


KEY WEST, FLA., SATURDAY. OCTOBER 14, 1882.


PRICE 10 CENT S
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KEY OF THE GULF,
PUBLISHED
CVEHY SATURDAY MORNING,
OFFIoCE ON CIIALES STREET.
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t..irv:, ono iseHrtion 10 00
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IKRY WEST. FLA.
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Dr, JOtAEPH OTTO,
Druggist mvcd Clhieniist,

Fancy Goods, Stationery, &o,
ol es Embalmcd an& forwarded to Frien.s
P"hyiciauls' Prescriptions accurately
Oi'r-o l.l!d at all hours of thb dlay or night






The undtlrsigmed ifortuas his friends
*,1 1t )i ll ic gettte'ally that he is


:.L tii Drug Store of )r'. C. S. John.u
J. J.. WA lREN.
Jan. 6 '$2

LOUIS A. GREAUX,
WATCHMAKER JEWELERS
(Corner of Grel.ce & l)uval Streets,)
JUST Received, a fine asr,)rtment of
uI'e J3,w-lry, consistiuig of
LADIES' 8ETTS--gold ard dotal
Weddiln Rings. Studs
SIL VERWAHE &Lo.
All vt ti .lI, i s.trv 1,y, ,rico, I
"ll ,',T n.ii ,'o, rycit ,ion that I sell
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JllUS. If. McNULTIk
lles Ji. ist i1tlccivot l
Xl,LIlVI1lY GOODki
aRid off,-rs her services to the ladies for
Bleaohing, ltering and Trimming
Hats it) tfe latest styles.
She also Bluaches gentlemen's
Panama Hats.
PRICES REASONABLE.


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Hall every second and
fourth Wednesday Even.
' ,Is of each month, at 7j
' i g lin companions cor.
.i i iv invited to attend.
J,\'.V,R. PLUMMER, H, P.
GEo. H. CunaR, Boc'y.


iD.LDE LOIO#nU No. 14,
F, 0 A6 i B .M
Meots at their Hall on the 1st and
:rd Wednesdays, at 71 o'clock.
Go, ID. WAiu Es, W. M.
Gr'. 1-., CURRYv, Sec'y.

No. 1 I. 9I. & A4. .781.
IfMects at their tall on the let anid
3rd Thursdays, at 71 o'clock.
Q. IflIlNANDEZ, W. M,
CAuLOS CIUCET, Scc''.


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Street. on let Ist ,o:,In ',y' :a,.;l a 'riit'ly
lind I A1 .m iia'y:'I it riiday.s iu O .i!i
mitonth
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No. 1 I, I. O. Cood Tomplars.
Organized Nov'r. 17th, '74.
Meets every Saturday at 7 P.M.,
a tOhe Masonici Hall, vii Sinmionte-st.
En. IIUns)N, W. C. T.
OEo. D. WARREN. W. 8.
KNIGHfS OF T2MPERANOE.
Key W'et.:t 4:it,,54ltr,.y, N(.PI.
Meet 2nd and 4th Thursday vrn.-
ings, of 'very month, nit the Good
Tumplar's Iall, Simontou-strcl, at
71 o'clock.
MB)3T. WATSON, Recorder.
So. J.

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BAHAMIAN BURIAL 6001ETY
of Key West, fla.
Organized September 29, 1880.
The moctings of this Society take
plhco on the First and Third MAonday in
each month at 7.30 p.m. at their Society
Room on Duval Street.
A. H. LOW Presi'ent.
my'20 JAB 00 lr wTlB y.'
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Meet a(t the Citv Hall tit1 1st of
evervy inotitt.
B3y ordur of U;C t. Ledwith,
R. WATSON, Beertury.v

RUDOLPH WENTZKL,
TONSORIAL ARTIST,
At his New Stand,
FRONT STREET.
Ad oinin g 8 ari o 18,
is now prepared to slave, lhampo, nnd
cut litir in tho best and lttetst Fiahion.
in the shortest possible time, and at
Uud.il.ra to ,'luas.

TIe Cream.
Mr. WELLACOT, our Uantly man has
enlarged andl improved his
ICE CREAM SALOON
so as to make it one of the most fash.
ionable resorts In the City:
He has improved a large assort
Ient of SUPERIOR CANDY, es.
socially adopted to balls and parties.
He invites all to visit him.
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Large, Airly, iVcl-Ftl4i irii:hod looi. -.
,qrir Ihde 1ud/ JlIua r mah'eacse in every looim,

Table Furnishod with Best the Market .fford.
I House has just b oeen c.>plntoly' ri'tnovaitri and now offr'. st. u irior uc.
conmmuodatioii to tb pil lic. A Fmie 13tr (1 ith a supt.riei' lraiul of
Whiskey fur family ui',) iandl Billiard Itoomu attached to tlbu
house, thi former stocked will the best Wines, Liquors
S11nd (gni's.
Apoliniari-, Haiaw'thor'n and Vichy waters ;tlwhvys on hatnd
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STA.MPAN, FLA.
1HIES TTOUSE is now rc-opTe:,.l for the reception of Guests. Select
board with c ehgantly furm isi.l1 aprtinnts, fimcyv ventilated, single
or in suits, in one of tbho 10osl delightful locationsa in town.
Gentlemen and fanmilis, or transient boarders, can be accommodated
at very reasonable prices.
H. L. .CR NE, PROPRIETOR
T'iimi., Florida, Nov. 17th 187?

J. B. P. IIASKINS
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
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JAVING completed all iny arrangement, t for importing Caitle from tlhe
Mainland, I im prepar-ei to furnish all retail dealers with

FIRST-C LASS BEEF
FRESH BEEF L t Stall No. 2, lt City Market,
Key IW et, Aug.'81.


POETRY.

'lhither Are We lbrilfltinl
BY F. H. GREATORIX,
Yes, whither are we drifting P
'Tis well to stop and pause,
Reflcot and well consider
This moralizing clause,
As through Life's rapid journey,
Which passoth in a day,
We seldoio pause a moment,
While drifting far away.
Yes, whither are we drifting,
As Time rolls on apace,
While prosperity or poverty,
Stares boldly in one's face ;
Our thoughts are all for present,
Little,oaring what they be,
While we're slowly, yet most surely
Drifting far away at sea.
Yes, slowly, surely drifting i
Into pleasure, pain and woe ;
Are you ready, thoughtless reader
To nmeet the hidden foe P
If not, then ruuse up quickly,
As life' sands you're sifting,
Ttiunswer, as you aisk yourself,
Whither are we drifting P




|MIsCELLANY

WVlhy st Eicrosene lu:ipib
I~ur'slt.


Girls, as well as boys, need to un.
dulrstand about kerosene explosions,
A. great Imany fatal accidents hap.
liln from 'ii tryingg to pour a little kero-
sele ou tihe tire to uithk it kindle
Irttert, alsa by Ipomring oil into a
Itmp while it is lighted. Most per.
dons supposlco tb it, it is the kerosene
itself which de xp!odes, iiud that if they
are viry careful to keep tbh oil itself
from I,,tig tonuchld by the fire or tlhe
light I !it r will be no danigq., BC't

left about half full of kerosene oil
the oil will dry upl-tlit is evapo.
rate" a little and will form, by uming.
ling with the air in the upper part, a
Jyrry explosive gas. You cannott 0ee
;hl's :a iIty intlro than yoll can l ee
air. Iut if it is disturbed and driven
mut. and a blaze reaches it, there will
b a terrible explosion, although the
blaze did not touch the oil, There
nae several there r liquids used in hou-
ses inid workshops which will pro.
duce ai explosive vapor in this way.
Beiizine is one ; bnrning fluid is uano.
thli, andi naphtba, alcohol. ether,
chloioformn may do the same tbing.
In a New York workshop lately,
there was a cau of benzine, or goso.
liue, standing on the floor. A boy
sixtei.n yevtrs old lighted a cigarette,
and throw the burnuintg match on the
tloor close to the can. He did not
dream thore was any danger, because
the liquid was corked up in-.the can.
But there was a great explosion, anid
.y was hadly hurt. This seems very
mysterious. The p-obability is that
tlie R*tI had bhein standit there i
,ood while and a good deal of vapor
Iiad formed, some of which had
leaked out around the stopper, and
was hanging in ai so,,t of invinible
cloud over iand around the cu ; and
dhis cloud, when the match struck it,
exploded.
Suppose a girl tries to fill a kero-
sene l tp with ouit fit blowing it out.
Of course the lnmp is nearly empty
or she would not care to fill it. This
cmiity spiaco is filled with a cloud of
explosive vapor arising from the oil
in the lamp. When seo pushes the
nozzle of t6, canu into the lusmp at the
opd lil int tn pour, It)o dil running
into the. lInam, fill's the empty pace
atud pustlea. this cloud of .iXI.epive0.y,
por up, the vaper'is 'oblHiga to tpoij
out over the,.edges of the lanp, at the
top, into the room outside.-Of course
it strikes against teo bluizing wick
which lho girl is holding down by one
side. The blazu of tlhe wick sets tie
invisible cloud of vapor iflre, nind
th1ru is iin explo;ou which ignites the
oil and soatter4 it over her clothes
atd over the furniture of the roou .
Tlis is the way in which a her'osene
lamnpi bursts. The same thiug may
liii mpeIn when a girl pours the oil over
the fire in the range or stove, if there
is n loud of explosive vapor in the
upper part of the can, or if the stove
is hot enough to vaporize quickly
some of the oil as it falls. RInemon.
i)or that it is not the oil but the invis-
ible vaplor which explodes. Taking
aire of the oil will not protect you.
There is no safety except in the rule
Never lonr oil on a lighted fire or in-
to a lighted lamp.-Christian Union.

Cg A Jersyman has invented a
timear.holde'r by means of which a
mlan can smoke throe cigars at one
time, but alas I no man can invent
a three.barrelled beer glass.


A Hatter of i'rle'lclIdsllp.
A clam who was in the habit of
-sunning himself on a sandbank was
out one day cogitating over the
Eastern question, when along came
a fisherman who said: "'Mr. Clam,
hby oant you and I be friends P" I
see no objection," replied the clam.
"Nor I either." It has hurt my feel-
ings many a time aud oft to see how
you avoid me. Come out, and let's
have a friendly talk." But I'm not
At h'dthe on dry land." "And I'msu sso
home in the water." The clam was
induced to crawl to the shore, and he
scarcely stated his position on free
trade when the man lifted him off
bl feetoand placed him in a basket.
"What's this for'" demanded the
bivalve. "It's a mere matter of friend.
Ahip," was the reply. As a clam in


'Tlhe Toler'aph Expllalued.
A couple of colored genti were
standing about the Relay depot yes.
terday, awaiting the departure of
their train. They observed nearly
oyery thing about the locality, and
commented upon the same. The
numerous telegraph wires about the
depot did act escape their notice, oun
of them expressed his wonder at the
r&ptdity*with whtob a message could
be sont a great distance
Why, that's easy enough to un.
derstaud," said the other.
How ?"
Well, suppose you had a dog
8,000 miles long-"
Pbhaw I You can't have a dog
fl nn I00 l a lenne "


the water, your good will is of no use "I knw that but e suppose
to me. As a clam in the frying pan I that there was one. Don't you under.
shall appreciate you tor your full stand me ?"
worth." Moral-The friendship of Well, what then P"
some mer is to be dreaded far more You take this dog, 8,000 miles
than their enmity. lonm aud pl ce his fore feet in New
--- York and his hind feet in California
.A Mteamn 'rirele. What then P"
The Buffalo mau rival the yankees "You just tramp on this dog's tail
for their ingenuity. One of the in California and you bet he'll growl
city's mechanics hias perfected an iim. in New York."
portant invention, which is nothing That's so," said the darkey, and
less than a steam tricycle. It is ex. he assumed an expression of deep
pected that it is destined to revolu- thought, while the other appeared
tionize the modes of travel on the quite sat.isft d with his apt and orig.
highway. It at first sight resembles final illustration of telegraphy.
a low open buggy or buckboard. The
seat is placed between the two prin-
cipal wheels, the third wheel being in Not Worth It.
front, about five feet away from the A citizen of Michigan who has
others. It is smaller, and is used for something of a reputation for his infl.
guiding the vehicle: the two main del views and arguments happened to
wheels are the samte'as those used in
bicycles. The motive power is appli. meet seven or eight clergymen at a
ed to them by means of a small spur railroad station as they wore waiting
wheel and a few feet of belting or to take the train to attend a confer.
chain. The engine and boiler are ence, and introducing himself to one
located between the seat and the for. o e sa
ward wheel. rlhey take upl very lit. of the he said
tie space, and much of the machinery I want half an hour's talk with the
will be enclosed in a wooden case smartest one of your crowd. Who is
when the vehicle is complete. The he ?
ecuine is ofie and a balf horse power, Well, Brother White is pretty
and it rests on the bottom of the con. smart, was the reply.
vcyanco. The exhaust is inmdoerneathl, The infidel walkud up to the clergy-
an(l will be nearly noiseluss aud it. I man named aud bluodlh . ,
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The generator is up)rilght andi stanlsu' there is i'rtLO, t'l si..: *
directly over the Ic:tmt little b)oilr. Yes, silr.
FIr fuel, gasoline is used, and two And heaven and a hell .
gallons of this fluid, surrounded by Yes, sir.
writer, will be carried in a reservoitir And that none but believers can be
under the seat. It will be conveyed saved ?
to the furnace by means of tubhs. Just so.
It is claimed that onu gallon will be Well, sitr, I don't believe any such
sufficient to run the engine for nine thing, and I'll like you to convince
hours at the rate of from fifteen to mue!
twentv miles ain hour, The tricycle I shan't try to, sir.
as it now stands costs about 8'200, but You won't Don't you annt me
it can be duplicated for $150.-V- to beo saved P
No, sir-no, sir I I wouldn't waqte
------.*-'---- five minutes to send you straight to
A Nniatical UxplIulntion. heaven.
Whyl not ?
In a dancing saloon one night r. Why not? Why, sir, folks lave
sailor was asked by a messmate to boee going to heaven by the million
explain in a few words and is quick for thonusids of years, and there is
as possible the third figure of a qua. now such a crowd up there that a
drilled. His descrilion was as fol- small soul like yours could no more
lows :--' You first of all heave be found or hoard of than an atom of
ahead," said lie, "and pass your sand thrown into the middle of the
adversary's yardarms ; then in a iffy I ocean. It's too small potatoes to pay
regain your berth on tlho other tack in fr the hocing.-Detroit Free PrePS.
the same kind of order ; slip along
sharp and take your station with your UI "Ihope this is not counter-
)ai'tner in 'line; back and fill, and
then fill on our keel, and brig up feit," stid a lover, as he eyed bis
with your craft. She thou inanoevres sweetheart's hand. The best way
ahead off alongside of you ; then t. find out is to rhig it," was the
make sali in company' with her until qick repl,.
nearly astern of the other line; ......
make ai stern board ;cast her off to Wauted.
shift flor herself ; regain your plco
out of the nlelco itl t.hebest tanner A clergyman who can preach three
you esn, and let go your auchor."-- irm0ons consecutively without mwe.
Chamber's Journal. tiontaig Galilee.


[ow the Llon Agreed.
A Fox met a Rabbit one day soon
after Patrick Heuriu's great speech a id
began :
,. 8e kert, ty ,frieudl" a,09,Qt Jo,
blame for bein. horn in tbis.."woy~l,
and now that I an here tlie world
owes me a living. I .im going to eat
yo 1 .
Tha Rabbit protested, but in vatn.
The, Fox was picking his teeth of the
last bit of meat when the Wolf oame
along and remarked
I have made np mny mind thlt the
world owes me a living, and I sluill
begin to put my.theory in practice bv
making a dinner off raw Fox,
The fox tried to prove that such a
theory could nppl yotlv to bob-tailed
animals like the Rtbb'it, bult he was
knocked over and devoured. While
thi Wolf was congratulnting himself
on his good luck aloug came the Lion
and tisked :
'Why did you murder the Fox?'
'Beea.so the world owes me a living
and Fox meat was the only provision
handy.'.
'The point is well taken,' continued
the Lion. 'If the wor',d owes ooe per.
son a living it owes the same to all,
Therefore I shall dine on Wolf I'
Mo\AL.-Tbo world is qulito apt tu
pay its indebtedness by furnisuliti
room to bury iia paupers.--Detroit
Free Press.


A woman who remembers last Sun-
day's text, but is unable to speak ua-
dertandingly of the trimmings on
the bounot of the lady in the pew
next in front,
An editor who never feels please
to have his good things credited, or
wi~ whem they aoe Ntole t.
A an who has wee4 a f'ool soic
time during his life, and knItws
enough to keep the knowledge or it
to himself.
A married mat who does not think
all the girls envy his wife the prize
she has captured.
A married wQmna who never said,
" No wonder the girls don't get mar.
tied nowadays ; they are altogether
different from what they were when I
was a girl.
. An unmarried woman who never
had an ,ffer.
A mother who neovr said she would
rather do it myself, when she should
have taught her child to do that very
thing.
A father who never forgets that his
duties to his children are hs many
and as weighty as theirs to him.
A converted brother who does not
exaggerate bis forsaken wickedness
when relating his experience.
A porson-age o ir sex immnaterial-
who dores not experience a flush of
pride upon being thought what he is
not and may never hope to be.


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I ()itne aof the povuliariiti'es of liro. fa
Iyke otf th e lo'ri',dian, is thi mannot imr
~ -3 11 "aud st)lu if I his qiontintg figUries ; l hi

Official Paper, 6th Judicial Circuit s ,tomg tIe few elitoans tnoi tisthlg I
in this State that oain niake twice two af
II..t. .lIAN., E.tlltor and inropaeteur iht/--tlius, he gives the KE OF TIHE
SA'URDAY. (,lGTOBEt 14, 1882. Guis a couiparison of the expenses A
SA Y 1 of Monroe County for four years D
INDEPENDENT CANDIDATE l undel' adicalisi and four years
0OIl COXN UaRE uider t1h O0l 'd Deocratic Party;" (?) h
lt Co roal rishowing a difftronee of thirtv-six so
1st C:r'oi' l )istrit, thousand dollars," &c., &e. al
Irot..D. L. Me*CKINNON. We have never yet road an edito.
OF MARIANNA. vial in the Floridian upon State taxa.
-.- tion, that did not conceal the hon. w
L..i. T|L'OlI. est truth, or assert a positifb false. $
A.doptled Isy tlo Inislelpendent hood. Now for tih proof :-He (
PI'artl ofl tle Filrst (Con quotes the taxes for Monroe County a
Kire'lSlouiis I)lstrllt of for the year 1881, at 810,605.39,.
FIlorlia1. Here are the facts :-The net total tl
The ludopendednt pnrty of the First Con- assessments for that year amounts S
greiiontal Disttict of the State of Florida to 0,813 78
proclaims 'to the people the inatility of t t
the Demtocratic larty now in power to Alding thereto for as
iafordl protection, under the law, to life, Licenses, 5,850 00 in
li)*rty or property, ttad tile utter hope. a
lessncasof procuring relief through the Ite- Making a total 815,743 75
lulblican organization, and 1all upon all It will be seen too, that we have t
citizens who value the Votecton of the law ot added the Auction TaK, which
to act with ns in order to sustain, enforce otuld make iconsidorable ioretoi
aRel establish the following principles of r
treo government : the taxes of Monroe County for the k
1. IUncoiiprouisiing hostility to election year 1881. Than without enteri ng
frantls of evory kid anid atr, lt pun- theprceedsffur w
ishment of ll prons practisig or aet- upothe proceeds of four yea, woi
tilg theu stlle, to tho 'u1 cexteljt 1o' tho give only one, which shows an error
law. Tho olll of ton in of Bro. Dyke, of $5,137.36.
a ftiir nil iorlorly iaiauuii fret froin ini- Here too, it nust boe observed that
tiiitiin or bribery, wherin every not t of t has on
ilid citizen can cst e d i n t of the steaks has been
that vote counted ias cst. accounted for, to wit :-The poor tax.-
3. Muanood suifnlig withiaut IesatieC pa ers copwere llhtd to pay A50 uents 0
tio except for crime', and tihe purity otf t
the ballt t box as tile? m.aias of pruAtct for advertising to the grand Old
ing the ri'itht upon which all ouri liber.- Democratic Party," (?) when it could
ties mrnrsts. Sm tht
4. The right to set on juries as now av been le de for that
gytrautteuod by l1aw but ignored in itF lia.e
vi.orcement. It is singularly amusing for Bro, n
5. Education of the people at theko bh
expense of the Gove'l'aent. Dn toa plate about economy in the
0i. Tho unactnteuiit of lii'a ri'ell'itng State expenses under the grand Old
landluods iand libIraer which wi'i1 prIi. Democratic Party" (?) when it is an
intote the agriculluriial interest of the 6
coututry by protecting th rights of established fact that he procured d
both. some $25,000 for something over one
7. The enforcement of thu law uiginst year's printing, sufficient to have done
railhrod 0oliiipiunies chAitrgingi uai'a th'1u
three cents 'per nile and the ( lllctmutelt the utecessarly work of the State, for
cf 4 law prohibiting discriminationn four years. This is the opinion of J
f Sttrict nd pa iiengier of t credit of, practical men, i,ot politicians.
8. Strict prcservutilo of tlhe rc u lit of
the State to be mainitainied by ecuniiny Let us review some of the public
and a reduction of offices and the ex- acts oZ thie grand Old Democratic
pnuses of the government ratlU.r than r We w go bak to

inrdenlsomc taxatiott l is snow tlhe cae. Party.' (?)' ue ill nat go ac
t, The enconirgelientt of iauniigra. the days of St, Joseph's Convention, I
tion fruoti our Yister State iind frum when the Dutch were swindled out of
abroad by strictlyy adbering to .a liberal, i
policy 'e"peteting the rights privileges w,,000 bouds, or the glorious
and opinions of all citizens, and by such swindle of the Union B.ink of Flo-
expense on the part of thle Statu as shall ri l, or the robbery of Genl. Clinch, i
be consistent with the intcrsts of out of,
present population. or the Railroads, by David Levy, t
10. Free speech and action without (another beauty,) or when the Free.
feor o freproiaich. ,l voters seized the capital of Florida, n
11. A preference to actail settlcrt' in c
disposillg of tile Ic public t lua w v or after refusing for years to account
liolio. onnpoa i Iies. for the public moneys in their hands,
tB|Bf.).!n thre I-I, .,
u t I V1 'Iwhen 1i:I1. 0 was appointed mn
eln from making saK l ].. cll Iit]n f [watchumau yer thi' pri'soHn-p.es of
public land as th alt nmild. tI, ilaii' GIorin, or when its chief, nfter years
ton Disston without giving pr)),r .
twice to the eople-the wunt uf which oU. c~i.'alu misuey aiud remorse, cut his
enables afew persons to speculate upon own throat for the benefit of a tmtion,
the ignorance of those for whose benefit and the most worthy act of his life.
aeib Chiles are made.
13. A new constitution which will No, those are by-gones, and lot us e
guarantee op1 a the rights of citizenship bury the dead past, only to uomtnence
now enjoyed and give the additional with Gov. Drew, and the grand Q!d
right to the people of electing their own *
tfilcers and decrease the expense of gov. Democratic Party" (/) in 1877. His
r'niment and taxation. first distinguished not was to give a l
----------.- --- fraudulent certificate of election to
g) A private letter from Tall- Mr. Hull, as a member of Congross,
hasse, assures us of the success of the against the election returns, and the
Hou. D. L. McKinnon. mandates of the Supreme Court. His
M- in w second act was to grant 50,000 acres

County Convention endorsed Skin, to a land-shark in Washiington for j
ner."-Times, services in securing to the State a
Election day will show what ac- large amount of laud from a tepubl.
count a Wicker Convention is, when licanu paternal government, to pay the
ignored by 7.8 of the Republican State debts, and for which he claimed
party. the entir credit,-so Bro. Dylke
1 i .^--- tutcd. Then followed the almost
T'ko Patriot. entire destruction of the Public
This a new paper at Tallabassee Schools, compelling Monroe County
started in the interest of a Mr. Sk to open them for three months, in.
ner, a pretended Republican candi. steal of ten. Agaiin, notwibhstand.
date for let Congressional District, ig he was the salaried Governor of
against McKinnon and Davidson. It the State, Ihe picked upl his necessary
will make no distinct fight, and will expenses from the Internal Improveo
doubtless fall into line for McKinnon, ment Fund to piay his wnay to Jack.
on the eve of the ensulig eluatiuu. Bonv)illo and Wahiiington, Whi hbe
i --- = was compelled to step down and out,
gg' The News speaker of the torch. he left a debt of $100,000 b pay
lifht Drocesslon as in honor of G. the defiencuoies of hil administration,


1 Allen ap Independent candidate; E to his illustrious follower, the grand
for Senator." Mr. Allen was nomi- Old Democratic Party." (?)
nated by the Republicans of Monroe By manipulation of the Legisla.
County, and is their regular oandi. tture, he procured a right to cut the
date ; but he is independent of the timber from thr Public State Landa,
bdgus meeting called a Republican for his saw-mill, to the injury, as ha
Convention, and of all bosses and been estimated by a oompletentt men,
dictation. at 1350,000. The lands ar, unow,
really worthless.
And then followed the great Bour-
Key WVest NewI bon candidate, Wm. D. Bloxhain, ho
We are pleased to see that the assured his voters that a strictly hon.
above paper is greatly enlarged and eat administration should he carried
improved from its former issue, but out by him-taxes to be reduced-the
exceedingly regret to find the name of Public Schools should recivA his
kinner sat Its masthead for Ootngret. special care-the Public lands should
The News professes to be anti. be protected-the State debts should
Bourbon, yet it is working in the in. be paid, if he had to reduce his own
terest of Bourbonism when it takes salary to accomplish it. Thus, he
up Skinner, who is not a Republican, would inaugurate an ora of honesty
as we shall prove by a responsible and prosperity hitherto unknown in
writer, from Escitbia County, in our ltnd.
our next issue, nor is he endorsed by The Legislature was called together
the National Republican Committee in conformity with law, and among
at Washington. The News, however, their first acts was an attempt (a
is an ably edited paper, and will do pelwsion the Soldiers of the lato Rebellios
iuoh good here, and is a credit to the amendment to place the loyal men
*hls city. on the same bill, was voted down,
Published by Mtnard & Son at 81.50 thus satisfying the loyal men and the
Sypar. new comer that we were intheo hands


W,-" Yes it is, It'sa personal
fight between us." .
Q.-" Well, do yo4 think, bt a. Re.
publican, 7ou have a rig~htto makt a
personal fight on a nominee of the
party P To carry your personal
ghts into tho party to split It To
burst up the party to beat your pri-
vate enemy ? That doesn't look like
leading a party to victory."
W-(pounding the desk with his
fist) 1 tell you, I'm Collector, and
as long as I'm Collector here 'mu
ping to rule this rlcty. Allen's five
men may belly-ache 'round all they
please, but I'm going to rule. Allen
isn't Republican anywayi be is a
Democrat, and f tell you the move
now on foot by the Democrats is to
take Pendleton down and nominate
Allen, Philbrick is the candidate
and the party has got to fall in.
They'll all leave Allen b'faye election
any way." 4
At this the visitor, thinking thai
the Collector was a little mixed in hi
remarks and wild in his prophacies,
pondering sadly upon the power ot
spite and conceit to blind and deceiv
a uan, took his departure.

h@" Obronio constipation, chtanoi,
despepsia, chronic diarrhoea, lro nit It'
cured by Brown's Iron Bitters. It i.
a complete streugthoucr of the di,,, :.t
irv organs.


was Rgied by .Hon. G. W. Aloen. day of the epidemic closes with a re-
S aitern 0ns l cod of 0 w cases and 3 deaths. FOR SALE
Mr. Paterson wa compelled to Dr. Harg also report fiv eses ma- E HEAPET P PR
shorten his speech in consequence of laial fever in his practice, which bhe l
a light shower of rain, but we pro. regards as a favorable omen. IyN TFIu CITY OF E on WEST.
My House and Ut on 1' leming Street
pose to hear the balance of bis speech next door to Odut Grillon's residence; one
alt some future meeting. Hon. John Ia Mr. Waltw MoPhersm, Sprig. o t f thenestlot in the city. 10 feet
.f. Id t , Mass., writes i I bhavBti nptinpeni Ideep; set out in Fruit Trees; well of Fresh
Wallace was the next speaker, he liarl M rt nate in Lhave e peonu Water and other conveniences on lot.
liarly unfortunatein Life. My gear-
merely replied to one of the under, dian robbed me of the fortune left me Apply to JOHN T. ATKIN ,
strappers of the CJutom House who by my father, and at the age of 21 1 At the 01d Kentucky PtiPt phop
h3 d a few evening's before attempted foand myself poor in pur-o 0e poor in eAug. I20, 18. hm
hd w health. I married a young girl whose
to hold him up to ridlioule at a public health soon broke down from overwork 11
meeting. Capt. Thomas Monight and household cares Our six children It NC LAI1 PILL
gaveher great trouble, and were very al* ar'
went off the field with somebody's O her great My doto, r adillse were U5, n u se rIs o tlt.i
scalp dangling to his belt. After algd r than both grocery and dry goods a re used
M e s s r s L arni r e 3 .o O t t Idy g o o d s t o" a ft e f t h e i e s le
Oapt. McKinight had spoken, a few hill together. Last year I brought | eilll Ftvorlte Pl.
homo n bottle of Brown's Iron Bitters e ;1,xsn ii. by
pertinent remarks were made by for my wife. She used it and gave it g a ti'. o:.i;.' Llt ?" 'vOAk
Messre. LComare, J. Otto rind Jose to the children--. Naleo uced it myself is c10 1W -
SOruz-theni the Band played lively Ner did I i'aginch e rsu a lr ir lli, i A
t air, and the meeting adjourned, every possible."' L A
Sone retiring, fully satisged that on.... ha .... OSBT SA
f November 7i,, G. W. Allen will be le.sidth'. LI El M C1fEALP FOR CASIH.
e his own sucwessorin the Senate of the Edi or Key oftwls ulf. r A '.Ub S)(OT m r (',rni'-, wn* Iona(ts
State of Florida. M lit I dleem it but fair tostate thlt in i
----- ,-- -allowing my name to be noel\ as a Candl. 8 Pilot1 itlltl
RIE . rlesin u nll <.d be un ( date for the iayolalty, it wiam well indor- 3I owner. bioqrd Bchooner,
F pjo.'l l 'llll nill b llln H a stood, that I wna not the Canalidato of any 1 small Schooner suitable fr coaster
For dipr"s'mRon of spirits, general du- potli ld party, hnt of the people, ryftr. U UNIO lqNIW YORIK or slsh.ratVu.
:ility ,ind ill.blielth, also ,a certain ks a ilarty llne. OA IL o
STli..istheneir of every part of the sRtspetifilly, .r. r further partioulanr enquirer of
t e.i nothing equala'Brown's li on it- WTi. McCLLNTOCK. k 9 0U RANQ9I MA9 I. ,JOil08141l Ci UtEI I mA Co.,
tcl*'. This nettles the question. ED. 2KB. spB3m. Tiverton. RT


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C* onfderatnes. The 1iill, iow'ver,
.iled, to the great injury i ,f F'l)ii .
iad it been ptussed, in I :I
m3pt indo to carry (t II ,,.
'd,#w of his tax-.galt herers wiii i;v.I I
jng upon the fence in an hour II.re.
'ter: the public lands belonging to
urchildrou would have benn saved.
11 this was done by the GULAN "Old
democraticc Party"(?)
What followed then P Gov. Blox.
anm bios himself to Philadelphin, and
ils to a aspccalutor all tho agricult ?.
1 Public lands belonging to the Slate,
without the consent of the Legislature
r the llople 4,000,000 acres of land
as sold for tli insignificant sum of
1,000,000, worth at leaut $10,000,000
here are some figures too, Bro. IDyke,
nd they are trnthfutl.) A luarg, nOi1t.
er (if settlers occuipiid la portion of
his lind, by igi,',enuLt with the
tate and general government; but
hey toe were sold with as little care
s if they were slaves on the block as
n former times. Th.ir ilnproveonents
nd nion-bi aring ur,.,gii l)V ves wer
axed (Shylook lik,) hv t his shaimeful
nd disreputablu TiL' ItI l rea belong.
ng to the Granid "O0ldDemocratic
Party"(?), The new organization
known to-day as Bourbon, built upon
ho fosllized ronains of the old, dates
ts oxiston'e from the days of Jeff
)avis i 1861 to 18i5,--a dark and
disastrous period for Florida.
And now, let us enquire into the
reat results of this noble Reform
loveruor, Win.. D. Bloxhuat Are
he laws impartially executed and
rime punished P Have the public
ihools been sustained ? Have the
elections been held fairly ? We opine
ot. Then it only remains for the
onest people of the State to hurl tiA
resent frauds from power at the
earliest period possible; give us Flo.
ida redeemed regenerated ! and
iisonthralled !
Adios, Bro, Dyke,
--- -- a.**-*- s.---------
'earls of l'lrdIonI ftroilm a
I'olltlcll lender.
A prominent colored politician, who
'as for years a loader in one of the
argue counties, and is now in this is.
and, Lad a conversation ot the situa.
ion with Collector Wiclier, this
reek, to this effect i
Questioner.-." Well Colonel, wliat
s the political prospect in this COuoi-
ty ?"
Wicker.-" Good. The part was
never stronger than to-day. I liave
evory bope of it's winning a victory
nc'Xt lnoltf. l."
Q.- You Iust niP1aI to f,,ll
t.,,d iplort *M r. -Alloh r ih,',i I'.
seenis to ha'v the suren til' 'i ,
party.'
W.-" Allen! I don't recognized
him ns in the fell. The only candi.
dates I know are Pendleton and
Philbrick, and Philbrick will be elect.
ed."
Q.-" But Allen seems to have
more supporters than Philbrlck,"
W.-" Allen only has five mion
backing him, and they are bolly.
aching around trying to make a stir,
but can't do anything."
Q.-" But he seemed to have a
large procession last week."
W.-" Oh I that's nothing. Allen
has some Bahamians following, and a
few Democratic Cubans; but it's a
mouth to election time, and they'll
all be brought over to Philbrlck be.
Eore then."
Q-" Allen claims to be nominated
by the Republican party. One of
yoqr clerks told me that Allen oouht
.o have come to you on your arrival
here and confessed that he had done
wrong in opposing vyo, and asked
pardon, and asked you for the nomi-
nation. It seems to )me that the
party is the power to give the nomui-
nation, and not you P"
W,--(Dodging the point.) Yea
Alien has made a fight on me. Those
three little insignificant Lawyers in
the Court House are considered in
the North, to be the onoa making all
hbe trouble in this County. My
friends must stand by me in this
fight."
Q.-" Then you acknowledge that
it is a personal fight between you and
Allen ?"


GRAND REPUBLICAN DOE This Ilectio, y El t,, ssThd oSO ETH ING NEW.
MONSTRATION. ,,c xch ienoiit ti, ,i.ty tith o i h liand Attachment
I, I'Tre o)ly ldrawin ( the ,atyor'alty. d O
TOROHLI4T PRC0E88ION 'h"' following is the rea ult oil. cbin
OF 6 0TORCHES. cially ALL Awodachin ]
Y ouJ. tuA This n mnoh-neoeed improvement will be
McC tok ( 78 great relief to tilo many ladies who wear
MeCOlntock (Ind') 678. 0 of the ehon iat use of the treadles, nd to
Gwjnn (Dem) 407. those whose state of health forbids any
luasullllleiet ilipltly oif C(rat'- FO CLERH.. undue useafl one set of muscles.
alls', Varria. .FlagE, Iaiss Moreno 460, A LITTLE CHILD can work the meL
1:S10'., &e. rllw-,mate lislI's, l4l DsLorauno .230. Chino*wllie the mother sews.
nelrn, Co. IKrtrnllr tlle Proudl DenLoi 230. cOGENT'LEMEN can aid in the sewing
Naso of Frun ARlUAL. while reading the evening paper.
ALL N Orillon" 5i(, AN UNSXKI,rED 8EtVAN'T' can save
GEO. W ALLTN Le"45, the strcngtb of tile Remstross.
A DELICATE FEMALES use the band to
for' aaliote !.a'ltll r, FORl TAX COLLECTOR. rest the feot, or iinsteHt of them.
Watson 382. LAlINaJl qan n o tlhe Land to help
-Roberts 26, CI9. tile feet aoctlare tho motion.
SSTARtTING .ANOu ST01'IN( itre or uot
SPEECIIE3 at ACAKSON SQUARE. FOR TREASURER. ensier when the motion li controlled by
Curry 606. hand,
White 222. *ET.M ItE n .,
On FPrIlay evening tLhe th inst, we FOR A MEN, Y cain t e both ha!ds ,d ij'et' to.
had the illyuar of witnessing one 1st Ward.-M. S. Thimuos, Frank ,to fys.thl'r,- eitie r' ,,n. ,',d '.red
A dam s, L T u rregrosa. an os oo re 0 ut 0 h o eug in s t h e .,t lm e t
;, :^aof theT larsti iid iost i.posil r oPrWi i ihout l hangig the ..t aohment
of the largest 2d most imposing Re 2nl W1ard--It. A Monsalvatge, G. m em an r9 Appa to
publican proc ssions that ever para. H. Curry, Wm. H. Willim ns. wsute l p rr s The UNIVESAL ATT CHM N'1 CO
lble rera I for an an rtg 11s The UNIV.ERSAL AT'llZ4UH.&.2VTCO
ded the street of our city. Over six 3r1 Ward--Saiml Filer, J, oarto 9 a1 ot o6 ver 997 d l tr.t,
hundred inl li carrying torches, ban. Richard Curry. I a; it r l d Dt KI r t. N, NY
ners and Ira 'pari'hees clearing the The result of this small ;, ... ... ener .... I
1u1e4, of IHoL). *'fV. Allon for State ought to lear'i the would le ., l1clc t CoIlt't II Ul1 forI tile YOUTH and NHOO0
SenatorI and -ther appropriate Mot- that cliques or rinje, are quitu pliyvcl N1llh Jslacleltl at Crelt orf A UITIAL WITH.
toes, prominoe.t, Amllong wsvbi was u,,, out auIon ilae so.called demac1.acy, lie stIate O.Floir'lldn, IT APYlc hr
"Dou'tMunk v with th Buzz Saw." The very i.lest among thom have l sadoe 4i@H185u). .i esirlem It. *
"No Boss, N Slvery." No leader been driven out by treachery-for IN ClHANERRY. O tllora-1,
without a inarl ." This, we suppose doing one's duty ianfully in ferret. F rA Isco MARRERO bugs,4for Di. 1t 1 PU t o e
nVs a.ill for Di. THI PUU.IffHER,BoLx 234, Mllwaukee, Wis.
was a reply t a Banner carried in a ing out the greatest friauds ani housl IGNAcIA ARRERO. vorce
procession of bout thirty boys a few nlan nnst be ignored : hence lidepeft. It having been nude to appear b NOTICE.

"House procession, tL the a otto "No -...-.-...01.. i.. It is hereby ordered that thhs said d.sonroe Count, nt, deeasesed, wiH present
If-ev-------i o aitM htilet ntond Iton is helreby ordel'and tanst tor sLid do. t oien without delay. Andall ptionsim-
SNo party without a Leader," No it I r and aswer o eur debtod to sai estate will make Immd ate
Bolting" &c. Efg Machine politics is at a dis. to tho bill tiled Lerein, on or before tbe payment to the undursigned.
The procession marched through count. In the Democratic ranks the first Monda in Nopiitsbllr, will bD.. 188A2, BEE.
otherwise thie Complhinants bill will be Administratrix,
the principal streets, tuidst the vocif. recent primary nominations wer' taken pro confesio. Aug., 26, 1882.
erous cheering of the citizens long utterly ignored, and indcpend'lent eull. It iS fi lieu'throrlrderedl, tllhat pnblibcation
o tIa j heelf e s i i i t ty o o (f.NOTICE,
the line of march, and came to halt didatcs spring ul) likO mushlroo"s, itit n o,,;),A.-, published 6nthe city of NOTICE
in Jackson Square. After the band all directions. Key wViat, State of Yluridal, fr that' ALL persons having demands against
and speakers liut assembled on the The best politicians in their ranks nitu nths PET the T KIte of G osala Reynolds, itle
o Aolile Attest.: PETEIR T. KNIGfT, of Monroe County, deceased, will present
stand the vast Iancouran of' people openly worked against the r-giulia Clerk Civcuit CourC't, them without delay, And all persons in-
was call .. to orelr by Mir. A. del Pine, numlineo for Mayor tand in favor of the Monroo County, Florida. pe te e ill m o imediate
whlo was eleMte, praii'n ntoit President PPeopile's Candidate, In thie Rlpubli. July 1. p t t t W. MA LIt
ind Mr. E. J. 1.lllminiu, as Socretary. can ranks, the people have so trigger (ir.,it coairt, MonIros'e ('oi July x, 1889. tor.
Tbh President stated thu object of thI tihe wheels of tihe nalhilne by dism'. Iv, ixlh(ri CIllrcl I tl o Florllild.
mooting both in Slpaisli and English gard'iuin tl'i office holders convention IN CHANCERY. NOTICE.
which was the ratifciation of the noui. andl mnikil)g nomionaitie' to suit CLAIA CAST'uLLAOOan ALL Persons having deinands
nomination of Hion. 0, W. Aloin for t,li',useolva's, Ihlit tlIh wooul.l.l .i) vs. Divorce aainsilt tlhef Estate of JAMIE D.
State Senator for the 24th Congres. i is yt i bu. t Ipy.'I lwo ii EU.ANOs, ENOLISH, lte f Monroe County, d,.,
sioral District. At the mention of l il t olf t irt of tle : L i iho a h Dcuiu' e .'ithitti i' ;u, I e o1 .,,i ; an d al l person s ith ell itd h it
Mr. Allen's namnu long, lotd 1ald and c. lealtly eon(l ion of the Li,, ;, i,. PI'"~TI :. .XI uDt'e. ,. Es l ate, wiH ll inake imnendiatl
tinved cheering wits givon by the ilm. Men ilau hleaotnin too well iinfiorned .. I, t. I l )nds;.d.
nense concourse, so that it was somai to be huddled tigther y ar fir ft. K.y \\est, Se.t. I N. ENOL~TfS
niinutes before thle PI'silonti t o ll yar liko droves of sihepa i;id fi)r,. A I NiS,
get order. 01 motion liuly sicontlud Io vitr. for cfli.)at.a put p i iai hg i ASSIGNEE'S S AtLE. I I ,Ct.or.
the following l)imed genttlemion,) w(re intereNt tf ha spoilt.dividi~iatng, i N Ml te th
elected Vice PrIsill1,ts. E. 0. Locke, ord'r to kuep t hem in ofli, C!til ih.y tcic.i Hor AIs.) I it t' .. ' t.ri tI-'.
W. W. McCall, I. W Butler, G. B. become so iiipewrlint t they i, ; l Ak A., wi ll' ":' '..
Paitersonl, F. F. JAtilsoli, I RoIm, D1). respect even for their n.iueractor,,tiil i e '' 't: i ' i i ;'l
pout,, M J. M irray, Berinirdo Llhtin. instold ol liC ing si'rvilts of t, tit.. r...a r ..s .
Iiits, Clinton si lave'rN, Ch' rilei Pin. Ipeoil.'', thoy iari lilorI.uly the lc o. l .'h') W IT ; :, .' . .',
l;,r, Jos. A. Diity, S.amnuel W\Vteerl p'le s it m str's. t ', : i .t. '
I, HiiMalbsh, o 'y 'ti-n, D.vid IWe lred ic t that er the 7tlh Nov' 1, .. t .. -N '.. '
Whiallton, Bilake Johnson, Dr. Moimreno, the dictators of iaich party will froin 'luiv, ;. ii '"
t,., 5,,;T X ,,"'K C
1'. A. L' Comnare, Haulon liver,, experience le:rn ai io-'t iiportat ,, TRACOT COa t1' "E
H neto .odrique,, G. Sorondo), C:Oy- lesson tlhat will serve themb il all time ." 1 ,, i2 10 ?. 4
S11, 12. I0, 17. 1.. 1) 0, 8 s 5 10 AND
etano Soria, Toodora Peroz, Bornar. to com ie. 4,' 5 7. 9, 13. ,) 11 REST AURBANT
dino dola Rosa, Gr.guorio Orun, Juili -- ----- m 23, m2 J
Navarro, Manuel Mir., Jose Gonnaales LatestTt Tele'nllilna. 17 and 18 7) Tibo undersigned hs opened a Coffee
Mondosa, Manuel E. Cabello, Jose OCARO, 8t.h.-It is believed that 1 iLt cortier Th:'lnlomnull a nd' ll Eatin9 Huso in G Block.
Ruoroar, D.eidetrio faes. Manuel the English Counsel aetl by Mlr, Mil- Unitedl Streots, 4'0 f ett o n near the 'City Hall. where hi will bo
Rome, Deiderio B Manul te Eglish CounsellUnited St. tnd 2 on Th umlis ploasod to sooumulodate his friend
Rapallo, ald Jose Modino. fled Blunt to defend Alrabl Piaslha St. with a o4d square mea), at very imluihi
ou cal wore will be denied access to him. 'The 1 Lot 402 feet on United St. aat pri .
Louclls we now m for Egpta governor nt being of the running to the waters of th STEPHEN A. MIADE,
Allen, who ascended the stand, amid opinion that legal assistance from South Beach, about 127 feet E- Key WVs, Sept. th,'8a.
the cheering of the entire nmultitudi, such quarter will be of tno avail since more or less.
and when order was restored, made a the pleadings will be heard in A'rabia. 1 Lot 292 feet on Unit. St. T -
fins little speecn, thanking Ilis friends ATLANTA, 9th.-Yesterdaiy at a itlni ng to the writers of the T U T T
fi. little spb, thanking hi fried baptizing near Caton, ia Iridge fell South each, 127 fovt, mnore or
for the honor conferred upon bim, into the river, and precipitated two loK, ay t d on thu islnd of
and for the great interest manifested, hundred spectators iuto the water. .,Ky Wt .
in his behalf. When Mr. Alien had No lives were lost, but a number of All t Lt, t ,ad itret .f th
finished speaking, the band played arns and legs were broki. A said Bankrupts in and to e498 across of *YIWPTOMS OF A
"Red, white and blue." Mr. E. O. WAsINGTONI, 9th!.--'lhe Supreme land in Llano County, Texas TORPID LIVER.
k wa th nx s an Court of the U. S. reanssellibled for the And at thu samUo time 1anl plaoe the on AppSit, Bow. oti. Parint
Loke was the next speaker, and was October ternl of 1882 at noon to.dily. Books of Acoounts of said Bankrupts. aet, w.'f a ; oll eal1ti in ~.tb
loudly cheered, when be made his Ulo important business was triansallled. GEORGE U. WATSON, b ,lil oeu aot1" oat.ln &at4 r
hits upon the bosses and the party WASHINx TON, 9th.--Soys's. Lincoln, Assignee for C. & E. Howe. llon to xorton <' ourt or nmtnl
dictator. The following gentlemen Chandler and Teller, wiltI the I'erqlel K eyWest, Sept. 30th, 1882--tf norv tl o a
aen .,^^of, wLl a 0 the lPresident, will leave ihero. ti. Ko Vt S 3hsirr 2 u-tnfi, lutorinB a.t3_tm
made excellent spe es, whch were ight tor New York, where n Cabilet aoh sei'l ov tb r
highly nlapprl'ciated by our Cuban meeting will be held tomorrow. It is r o1 oLmo i .mImltne Ioae* < a ter'se wiho n darlltl
citizens, Mirasrs. Carlos Martinez, understood that the object of the rrf aris porp a' Ase OSiP, ATNO',
Jose G. Mondoas, Riamon Rivero. meting is to t take action upon See-. t L t ,- i e o. sr, -ONTPfT n.
Mr. Pivero was followed by Hon. G. rotary Fogersv resignation, -- -- --- gu,,iT.: u rtoeuPulalr .i adal^
Pattern, who was particularly CoLvrauvus, OIo, 101h.-3t5 j pr.i Te o 5reellas I.. &slt(, "'' ta i e, nrSter.
B. Pattrsn, who as parcularly ci iv a Demucratic gail of e 't' si l i,,lletl. eUa n Iso
severe ou Mr. Wicker, the Collector 6,356. At the same rate the Demno. ..THE MOST POPULAAR ,, a i l.ri ..U il
of this port. He showed to the au. cratio majority in tho State will be L IiL-*- n aud- wv. e ',"t" r .rry n^ l.ir;
dience the dictatorial iaud ruinous 60,000. .WIINU MAEHINZ. TUITT S "AI- DYE.
hiulicy pursued by Wicker ever siece WHEEtINO, VA., lOth.-Ohio (oUn- tEFl "'-'-^ IY UIsS n Hsi to iL
Ie assutd te leadrship orf the ty, the homno of the Demouratio Cti n- anua .v m3a nr'n iwm sn r t rOr..r
e assumed th ed hip of the diate for Congress, and hitherto T ;l r tina ltllrl. orlll st i aastn Aoc,. I. Cie
Republican party, how the Repub- Demuocratie by about 800, has given a lll, or T,,3 L, rx. ,n rn SW t air ?e.
licans were beaten in every campaign Democratic majority of less than 50. b ?"r. i ,r.Y.tl iiJ.
since 1871, oxeept 1878, when victory PENrSOOLA,.1Oth.-This, the 44tlh K., H, .'. -, ,S


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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1882.

Thermometer 860
Health excellenrt.
Cisterns are ill full
Dead 'Duoke plentiful.
The weather unsettled.
The Skinner Boom is entrust.
1ed to wrong hands.
PendlPton says lie expects to be
elected by -white vote; not Ouban
,ones.
What lhpcame of the 525 votes
that one wtild-bp politician said be
caused to lie east for Gwynn ?
Sehr. Ida A. Jayne, Capt. Fries,
from New York lo Key West, general
cargo to Win. Curry.
Mr. Ferguson's free Delivery
Carriage, is an improvement, that
will he mn The disease has banged, It
.used to be called sore-heade," but
now the boee pronouces it belly.
ache."
Our ]lhinig interest are im.
proving in Cuba; yet much should
done to give our Smacks a fair
showing.
Our trade with Cuba, i in.
reasang :--tobacco, fruits, wiuo and a
host of Spanish dainties, are largely
imported here.
-The man who, when the polls
closed Tuesdlv., flurmed it out that
Owyvmn had 200 ninjority, was a reli-
able prophlt.
lfl Fwi.h BSagnRe In Ltrd, Boloann,
rig Hams, Boneleats Baon, Pigs Feet,
ripep. Mackerel, Codfish, Family bMrket
Beef, Citron, Currnnts, Almondf, Brazilian
unts. Walnuts, Saliad dressing, Drip Syrup.
&c. &c.
A., AItIOL.
-- Wicker and his whole Custom
House force may be alito to get for
Skinuer 200 out of 900 Relublicaii
voters of this County.
8 8. iSne Maireo, arrived from
N'w York on 'Thursdavy nvoriiisg last,
wi( it large fr' .itih, a lt4d Ir). t. J.
Piriv ntol Mr. 11aynnti, as passed.
girs..
An. lan' W ,i <10 flivrcs to get tlhe
sclp"'rit of t hi R i,, lllent ilt i ,f tlhi
C- untv, In.tr un, il;n' lios 8ius ivn
S o.,ll ;tO r \'ic ::T' I )I nd,( ,


W ,, it ,, e lr t with o', l ehill, l's nalle T;il T.I o t, o, ll
a nod-, Bonat s 'it t on Atwsnioistatn.i
lativ rcnaupidf I 1, Mr. Wroitzell. H10
its a rtl e aall o llnt Bharlr uvd
Hl ,lr ret'laser, t a! d itrlolds business.
Giv ihimn a it call.
Our Ilrlo iior now mlwww 87 vYes.
Clotoin pHrt, wilrh o' less thil thist
urniinl ol0 o Il,,upon Ihle l son1n1, hi
grInd HtUltns, ll Histi ( lllt f t O st allllers,
oAe l;irklor Ci~sth larie tsth Ionl'e, anil
the remainder ci(f lout f..ut 40 to 10
tons each ; all owned here.
f I ami nowapputng a lar e aInd-
full)y elected tcit Rof Full ond Winter
Clothlnt, Hatt, Dry leoods lnioery, Gents.

land Sbawls, N& rthi, a few ting, sartine
dIsiOsu w titlonry, M aItislel Inatrnuents.
&A. St.
A. SAmoOL.
A o1etrirtil MliWOt.
.t tim A','t:i, R uin ot N ,,ser,.
C1,le'a, i & BAttlues, A few moriuiugs
sihce, w. W fOiitf some doizenii or 1nore
clusters of ripe dotes, fr'tim the grove
of Mr. Pitcher, Each cluster weighed
not less than froinm 0 to 70 pounds.
They were scarlet colored and de.
helous.

IIOUGIl ON RATS."
Clears out rats, mime, roacbes, flies,
ants, bud.hsa, skunks, chipmunks,
gophers. 1ie. Drurgists.
A correspondent writes us a
long letter, nnquirlun, among other
things whether political parties have
a precedent for administering oaths
at Prmary elections."
Ae. They have not; this is an
exotic belonging to Key West alone i
American freemen will not be gaiged
by any such attempts. The mistrust
displayed is an insult to the voter,
aud will insure its defeat at all dlee.
tions.
--O(ne 4 the late speakers, and
Candidate for the General Assembly
among the Bourbons, says that "be has
been here for 1f years, and only, when
under the National Democratic Ad.
ministration hI he been enabled to
do an thiniig. Ie present National
Republican Administration has been


in iower for twenty.four years, and
willdoubtless continue in power un.
til an Independent Administration
will take its place.
SKINNY INE.
*' Wells' Health Renewer" restores
health and vigor, cures Dyarepsia, Iua.
potence, Sexual Debility. l1.
We are informed that the Uns.
tour House boss" is flatterig hilm-
self that the clit'tiolt of C1hti. bMc.
tJliiitoek, in A intyr, is a Ri piubhieain
victory. The U tt, wva ei.c:ted by
the peeopl,, it was a ,spolit untous ti-
riding of t het, vos 1o cbletr to haIve
un improvement iin the Ilati >oUCllent,
of tuh city tgoverrtincit. It is well
known that over ,nie hitilired Dc-
tnorti's voted fur Mhr' cClintock, as
well as Culbans and Americans. Any
attempt on the part of the Custom
Houso to iakeit it a publican vie.
tory i floo, is af hoo d ioly intend-
ed to deceive, outsiders. If Capt.
McClintock had been put up by the
Bourbons or Custom House officials,
his defeat would have beeu sure and
complete.


M11toniter BoeIwls.
Mr, John W.W t'ins while coaenlitg
amonuig thOe Eisterln Keys, discovered
a joint.of the Verterbra of some uon.
ster animal or fish, probably a whale,
which, together with two smaller
bones, supposed to 1e from a Mana.
tee or sea.cow be brought to this port,
The Verterbra bone is the largest
we ever saw measuring 8 feet 6 inches
in circumference, fourteen inches wide
and weighing not less than seventy-
five pounds,
These bones were presented to J.
C, Whalton Jr, and can hie seen upon
application to that gentleman. They
are rally curiosities, and are worth
seeing.
The Latte Alos'm.
On Sundny last we had the appear-
ance ot an approaching hurricane,
The Weather Officer hoisted the Storm
Flag, amid excessive showers and
high winds from the S. E. with a fall
ing barometer,
On Monday we learned that a cy.
clone was on the south side of Cuba,
making northward, i iibi. 'I ouNr ship
ping moored in the big' Vlain.of
War harbor for protr New
York a. s, State f /Tc ii <1 ar.
rived on Sunday re. ,mauinied
at anchor until Tuts it.. morning,
when she steamed foi* Galveston.
On Tuesday evening the schur. 0.
M. Remington, Capt Pierce, arrived in
port in distress, having lost sails, fly.
ing jib and boom in the hurtriane off
Colorada reef on the 8th innt. S'e is
loaded with cocoanuts from Routan
bound to Now York. Consigned to J.
Jar Philbriuk,
On the same evening a dismasted
vessel was seen from the 1 lokouts,
about 16 miles 8. W. of this port.
Mr. A. F. Tift dispatched his stmr.
Corat which towed the vessel, which
proved to be the Ilrig Emilie T. Shell.
den, litened with R:ilr,,ad irou for
New Orleuns, with loss of sails, fore-
top must, and other damage. Consign.
ed to A. F. Tift.
The e. s. Colorado, of Mallory line
entered port on Tuesday night from
Galveston, reports having been in the
hurricane for 52 hours, off Tortugas,
in perhaps tlie very mouth of the
storm. Cipt, Criwell proved hitiseit
tqnal to the occasion.
The Telegraph s s. Covsdess of Marl-
borough, ripiriig the liue between
tbis aII(l Clhbai at t h' same time, wants
cIt llie'll to ell ter poi t for safety, anld
mnoore'd in tlle hight for 5t0 houlri.
Their Norw,'gitati Itk Pl;mioll., Pc.
lt'rs'i, itft ci', i'rm lPt'i -:.t oi;L to
Glas;oiI t(wki, Eit i- ival on
'l'hus;lay, v. iit rian in ; Ex-
b *]ih | , l. i l, r i, ,I i .u :..'i '! ii,1 l .,
Co igin.'il P,,i'h Ji l"Pnrik,
Am, sirl, Flora Wi'oo(dlkouuse, D)avis.
miuaster, frot' Tittall ito, .Alvxico, for
Nw Yirk, i' rip.,'i d oii 'rl'Lur. d)y,
with a a rgho liid s tnid fius' ; al f>
th, crtw slekc, e (.'i.opt tha. t. I tl a rl --lhe
v,,siI hlis b en iiiut in quii.ra itaie.
Colsigniled to John Jiltv 'hilrick.
S. Lucy P. Miller, C(apt. Galt
arrived fri,'lii T"ItapIn, witha 'i ar4 go
ciittltl oin riduay tull 'iiiig list, tftetor a
detention in Cilarlotte Harbor of
fifty hours, by boisterous weather.
le reports the storm tas very violent,
and believes that Cedtir Keys has
again been visited by a hurricane.
Thus far, bowewer, our city has
escaped fr-oni the ravages of the
Storm, for which we aru truly thank.
ful.
6* iU(IUCH UP.AIlA."
Quick, ctomplateo ure, all annoying
Ki ney, Bladdur and Urinary Diseases.
81. Druggists.

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.


October,


ARRIVED.


6 sch Ida A. Jayne, Fryou, New York,
gen cargo to Win, Cur.
7 sch Se Gull, Russae, Cardenas.
ball to John Lowe Jr,
s. Cochran, Hanson, Cedar Keys,
nails, to Wm, Curry.
8 a. State of Texas, Hinea, Noew
York, en mds to A. F.. Tift,
10 sch Oioe M. Remington, Pierce, Rua.
tan, Cocoanuts, to J. J. Phillrioak,
s. s. Colorado, Orowell, Galveston,
geiinds, to A. F. Tift.
brig'Emily T. Shellen, Hays, New
York, Railroad Iron to A. F. Tift.
12 a. s. San Marcos. Bolger, Now York
en cargo, to A, F. Tift,
Nor. bk, Plimsoll, Poderson, Pensa.
cola, Timber to J. J. Philbrick-
scb Flora Woodhouse, Davis, Tam.
pico, Mex. rds, (sick ness a on board)
to J, Philbrick.
13 seh Champion, Peacon, Havana, mds
and pas. to Master.
s: s. Lucy P. Miller, Galt, Tampa,
cattle and sailed for Cuba, by J. J,
Philbrick.
October. SAILED.
10 s. s. State of TIexis,' HIlns, Galves-
ton, gen mds by A. F. Tift.
12 s. s Colorado, Crowell, New York.
gen mds. by A' F. Tiff.
a. s. San Marcos, Bolger, Galvesten,
gen mdi, by A. F. Tilt.
To Arrive from New York, sub Isabel
All-arts, gen oaigo to WnW. Curry,

F FREE!
RELIABLE SELF-CURE
A fhweoris Smerltonionnef of to4
pas larth urf^WwZ wfsorwuu

AddMltbR, WARD 4 CO.. Lovishtl. Mto.
WM. & JOS. F. ALBURY
111P IVWIG fITS
AN )

1 EVOTEa themselves ontiroly tt
J business in their line, and pledge
themselves to do everything in a work
manlike manner, and at reasonable rates

EXCHANGE ON NEW YORK
FOR SALE.
The Undersigned is prepared to ac.
commodate those who desire Drafts
on NewYo,'k.
JOHN WHITE.


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May 27, '82.

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LIV ERY ST AB LE
)s| qxile* nq j,, c r ,i .ll,.. t t i. l
AA BO--KotuP ropilri.e iniH)t or. Or
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06, fine r 3s f s llddh.7hrses, buggies
up,-c(. .-
AfmlOr k cpan be i- lro;t r#ed at -imtlo lreit p!Mon
and ilpairin or f all rit d ,r t of Qtarn





Sti i ink v and well rli
brmt ef frhii. Irom i, 11, irr b.[ ,,,al., .I 11.1 h lr~l
Hddrw. LK. !ltANN, : Jr :.. t ,>. Ol... a*1
K Tbau Dltr, .]<*. i '"- **. *'.

VERY STABLE
A. A. BROOKS, Proprietor,
0 Wroeono Str'eet.
oMy StAl Ft ort flisMtncc froin thf Russell Hongs,
aml fine iresh siIddh.lihorses, buggies
' haucks can be lpr'clctied it, ut rui.ton ble
irI~iucs.
i tabllnh for Horses,
lesl b'lairing of anl kinds of Iai ncess
d, nF 11 ii b v al weNll.

, POHLMANN r. & WELLACOTT.



82 TCHOUPITOULS ST.,
NEIW" O011LEA NS, LA.
P. O. BOX 1260.
i eBnllSd to

O Urtr droUlM. Arv WO W DWI


CANDIES CANDIES,
SIMONT'ON STREET;
FR'ot of Mithodls8t Chapel.
ThIe Iwiderswg-fi,'d hvins .nhltfrtm aud
ilni'r, veil bist Ciadly inanufaxturlug
establishment, and is now ready to
mako an deliver to his customers
FPSH and PURn OANDY,
ALBO
HOARHOUND, COUGH and VFR.-
MIFUGE CANDIES-a Specialty.
Cool Driuks, Roasted Peanuts, Ginger
Pop, etc., always on hand.
GivA McA A CALL I
JOHN A. WELLACOTT.
aps80,8?.


5rOWlf nROR BITFIRSI are
a ow4 cam ftr *U d iseaes
qlqr f a complete tonloi spe.
iallyldiagestionDyjpepeia Interf.
mimr t evere, Want of Appetite,
Losm of trenath, Lack of aergi,
Me. nU ohed the blood, strength-
M the muoleh, and tves new
Id to the neves Acts like a
damna on the dlgestive oramg,
removing all dyspoptio symptoms
*smoh as tmastin the food, B3elohln1
Beat In the Btomach, Heartbumm
eto. The only Iron Preparation
that wUl not blacken the teeth oj
rive headache. Bold by all Drug
gists at $1.00 a bottle.
BROWN OHBMICAL 00.
Baltimore, Md.
O!af. Lr rM B rN. X S w u rto
IHWMAI Or IMITATIONSI
A. F. ITIFT
--141NW4RAT.
COMMISSION MERCHANT
KnY WEST, FLORIDA.
lAS extensive wharves and fire-proof
"warehouses for the aooommodation
of the largest class of Stoamers.
P Coals., te, Water, ani other slip.
plies for Steamers.
Oharters procured for vessels bound to
ports in the Gulf and West Indies.


~IANiTED.- Ageots.-Now really fir
Mu Hsuribers, To'l leading book of
tao century, T o J
EVE'S DAUGHTERS
or, "COMMON SENSE FOlt MAID, WIFE *
and MOTHER." Br MARIOn IlAarnLD. Al-
thor of "Common Sense in the House.I I
hold," etc. A book which the best judges
predict will outsell, do more good and
create sensation than any work published
since Uncle Tom's Cabin." This vol-
ime will be eagerly sought for by hun-
dreds of thousands who are familiar with IIIME.HONORED COIT
her other popular works. 1 change o rurs in our b
"A standard and indispensable book for brevity, but with ample dial
all wouienwwho seek health and halpilesrs." tag loerid.
-New England Jounurl qf tAttuaton, .
"Wo commend this earnest book to (G '
her wide circle of American siter to
whom it is dedi;, ted."--tdpress and Mall.
We trust mothers and teaohors will impressed wit-h the importa
give it the thoughtful reading it deserves." will introduce some necessa
-Clhrlaitan Inte liencer. A WAGON for the special
SI can heartily endorse every word utter- the city free of charge and
ed by others in commendation of it."--
Behlon 1, Loosing.
"No home should lack a copy whoro FINE OG OC5ERI]
daughter aro being rearimd." -Mrs. Mary GR AInV,
A. Li 'erinv e.
"Brightf, varioll and attactive in stylo, .
true and solid In matter,"---'cv. Johu idt, is being constantly renewcc
D. D. iiolw Orleans or the suro11,
A book no mother or daughter aon afford pittullage he invites its a~,
t be NteII'u,. N iE xpi),s'lsentlsui, o For the better accomntul
10,000 coples ordered by agents in ad. be kept open till 8 o'clooi
vance of puhlioation. attention, and hare thiirol
Royal 12 mo. Beautifully boun in new A FRE
shade of cloth S9.00, same, full ailt A FRESH 1
$9.40. By subsoriptiou only. For ib-, and will be fully p ~)u!nt
eral terms and ehoaee territory apply at "in season.
once to .1. R. ANDERON & Hl. S. ALLEN
55 COhambher Ht. N. Y. Key West, 1st Sept., 1i8

fOME TREATMENT. L'r~m-W -
ACertain sore T iT uA a
DibDohI^fY,1y mInarlei
yol$^s P ImftPQ I
a'?-- Y o1 re


GROUND COFFEE.
The Undersigned has erected a new W 1
Steanm Engine, for grinding coffeo,aud
is now priopard to sell WATCH
PURE GROUND 007OOF at 200, lb
opposite the City Hall, Greene-st.
He invites an inspection.
A 97 9 J. RAMAREZ. M '0


Patrons


Friends.



STOM permits that whenever any ape
business that it be announced not onl
play and prominence, that all mny avi

V. FERGUSON,
ieco and utility of koninm fllv abln...o


I Ly mitremn wa uo mes,
ry improvements in his store, and will hereafter RUN
Delivery to his customers of all Goods in any part of
with due promptness,
OUR STOCK OF
ES, VEGETABLES, PIO VISIONS,
HA Y, CEMENT,
A.INTS, OILS, &c., *
I with fresh arrivals by every vessel from New York,
inralinu country; and thanking tbo public for a liberal
itinuanoe with the assurance that their wants will be
fully attended to,
action of our Retail Customirs the store will hereafter
Our Jobbina COatoomers will as usual receive our beat
iriis promptly filled and goods delivered free.
'OCK OF GARDEN SEEDS ON HAND
ft'i ihu shiplatu t of VeYgtablu s aud Fruit fior the cout.
G. W. ,'ERG USON.


82.
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WHITE'S BUILDING .


T HE SUBSCRIBER has mucl plcusa.
CHOICE SELECT'
which on inispoction will bu found ti
VARIED STOCK.
THE FOLLOWING DEPARTMENT
Watches and Clocks, Goll Chains,
Gold Brooches, Gold Necklets,
Gold Rings in great variety,
Gold Jewelry in every variAty,
Gold Clharus, Gold Liukets, s
Gold Curb Chitins,
Gent's Sc1rf Pins, gent's Stone Pins.
Gent's Cull Buttolns., Spe't;lntis iind
Eye glasses. Baroomuctetr-2 guagi,
TherImtul er iuli ainl Sturu Gsalutaa,
Sp -'titcleI Gln.us C8 i,'S,
Itubber Eyu.glasses. G(otLll do, .
Silve'. Watch cOliainis,
A LABGE AND VARIED E
The ELECTRO-PLAI
oonsist
Cauters. Pithbers, Butter Dishes, Creaim
Ciku titands, Card uRceiverH, I
Round Tr4ys, Caike Bas
STea Spocos, Table
Sugar Spoons. B
Ico Pitchers
Pr'esontation Orders
Particular attention is respectfully dire
rived by purchasing froin a large and well
which has been selected with the strictest
of manufacture, and at at moderate price.
Watches and Clocks careft
In the si4hotest possible time.
The favor of an early inspectic
ny.v6.82

JOHN f
Wholesale and I


Provisions 9
of choice quality, selected (
HARDWARE,
CROCKB RY,
Woode:
LAMPS, .2
A General Ai
F UR N I
PAINTS, OILS, VARYNI
GLASS
C1ex3e=3t aS
PLASTER P
G 3EL A
... .... . . .. . .
CORN, OATS, BRAN
.. ..... .. o.. o.............. .... ..
The Houise-keepe
is extensive, and ooutprises almost ov
I purchase for CASH, hence I cat
A.t xl C)03
FIRONT i
Key West, Oct. 1, 1881.


FALL AND WINT


97 IHI


*i7
DEALI


GENT'S .FURNYI
ARMY and N
HATS, CAPS, BOOTS, SHOES, TR
CASS I
OIL AyN RBUBB]
Boys' and Youths' C:
FONT S3T G T
nich4.82


&T. &AI &S
&c. &c, &c.


_-_____ ___< MwAtJTIesvT DI. ASR DOI .. tI,, 1. L..
SITNEW FRM NEW STORE


NE W GOODS

?-

LILLIP'S 'WM. H. MONSALVATGE & CO.,

K, JEWEL RY Wholesale and Retail
D FAM-L (Y 1'-R0031

Pitcher's Building, DUVAL STREET.
FRONT STREST, Will keep constantly on hand a choice quality pf
--- PROVISIONS AND GROCERIES FOR FAMILY USE,
ro in intimating that he has received a ALSO

ON OF GOODS, r Harware, Tinware, Crockerly, woodo.ww,
o contain a very EXTENSIVE and Canned Goods, Grain, Feed, &q,
Ia .tv ZaOmvest 3PrieM.
WILL BE FOUND REPLETE: Feb18--2.1y
Meerschbum Pipes, Student's Lamps, c. w. HENDY. J,. a. INDIT.
Pcrfumery, n variety of Nick Nacks, ----
Fancy Clocks, Electo-. late Gootlds, LT T
Jet Ornaments, Silver Fruit Knives, H ENDRY & H END
Fancy Card Cases, ladies' Faney Purses,
Fancy Leather Goods, fancy Grit Goods WHOL8SALB AND 1BBTAL
tlasonic Pins, Oddfullowe' Pins,
Good T'Ieplars' Pins,
Ladies' Silver Errings, ladies' Gold do.
Fianc hand Gold Rings,
Gout s Gold Curb Chains,
VWatub Glassi8a. Watch Keys, ----
Knives & Forks,
KiTOCt es FAorksV n Tke undersiuned has associated Mr J. J. E.endry, of Fort Myers, in the
TOOZ OF YFANOY GOODS. bu heritng business in this city.
TED DE tARTMENT Having the necessary ntoaias to select anl transport Beef Oattle frot, nftf
ts of Ruass, we shall be able to supply the best ok r this market.
Dishes, Syrup Dishes, Spoon Holders Betail Stall No. 1, in the City Market.
Sugna Bowls, Pickle Casters, .W 0. XI D]T.
Sets, Napkin Rings, Key West, Sept. 10, 1881.-t
o do. B, ell 4,,1,
butter Coolers, A.
ut, &c. &. A SAR1IOL,
Promptly Executed.
ctod to the special advantages to be do. CORNER OF DUVAL & FRONT STREETS, KEY WEST,
l-selected stock of First Class Goods,
regard to Novelty of design. Excellence Dealer in
Wlly cleaned and repaired m
on will oblige a t ,
WILLIAM ?tfoKILLIP. E ose, Mate,

VHI T E, FURNISHING GOODS,
Iotail Dealer in 13NTOt1io3n Ep1a n OMO 1E
a Crockery, Glass- Ware, Good & Willow- Wcar,
in Groceries, RHardware, Cuttery, .Un-Ware,
especially for family nse. HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS,
TINWARE, arOYRIV ORSP
GLASSWARB .

cAL-S, e, a ? <
jW4ster ,to. t. oo#

isortinmnt of
,- r'1 My Stock is weekly replenished, the Goods are most carefully selected
lU .i- -by an experienced buyer always in New York prepared to purchasefor
9 cash from first hands, thereby enabling me to secure the largest dis,
counts, and save all conumissions and extra charges usually paid. Witl
PUTTY, BR USHES, all these facilities, I am prepared to exhibit at all times a complete
1tak r X.ly 0e9 general stook, and sell at tho lowest possible prices. Parties wlshil to
a purchase to sell again, aex always find some specialties at very low
ARIS, &, prices
.......................... I would o peolally call attentioL to my stock of choice Family OQ OOMBJ.I
I :T comprsng many atiles not found elsewhere.
..... .............. Key West, January 19th 1878. Ie.
r, COW.FEED, &c,.
r's ......................................e p
ir' 2 Dep'atmnt | R. me. IEMP,
very article indispensable to a family. :y a g to be Le Ad E
sell at living figures. Is constauly adding to bis Largo and Elegant Stok of
n sell at living figures.
"TEN. *D.' DRY GOODS, NOTIONs,



rER CLOTHING. Shoes and Hats,
_______ 'whioh He iivltes thie PIXbZQi
-r b d o XxxLeot before t1urI,
eatherford, ealmal eer_ aere.
3R Il ROBERT MORROW,


BI 3i K CABINET-MAKER

SHIfG GOODS ""
AVY GOODS UNDERTAKER,
UNKS, VALISES, UMBRELLAS,
SE R E S, Corner Flemlnr nand S.lmouton t*(.
KR CLOTHING. THI ondersignod is now prepared to do all kinds of Cabiaet Work ma S.*
n d workmanlike manner, at pmoes lower than any ever ame in this Jjl.
1.J He keeps a MAGNIFICIOENT EARSE, sperlor to any eve eW. w
nothing & S cid i. and Iends making hs business as Undertier a

jc8.8 RIOBISRT MOBBIOW.


a ea 04m-


__ I I_ I


anda o.G


Corner 'ront and Ann Streets,
KEY WEST, FLA,

cial advance or
Iy with becoming
ail of the advan-
AND

.with ti. COMMISSION MERCHANT.


I







0001) TltMPLAIv'N cORNBv.
keli la*ir li 'i'cs.r .llK.
IlY JOhN . *l'.
C('oli, listen awhile to lu1, Inty lad,
CI ,i,', listen Lto 1i1e forL a sp ell!
Lot that terrible drum
For a moment be dumb
For your uncdo is going to toll
what befell
A yunth that loved liquor too well.
A clever young man was he, my led,
And with beauty uncommonly blessed,
Ero with br,ndy and wine
He began to decline,
An: behaved Ilike i person possessed;
Ip proaist ot.
The touiperance plaui is the boat. ''


One evening he went to the tavern, my
lad,
lie wont to a taiven, one night,
And, drinking too much
Ruin, brandy and such,
The chap got exceedingly tight;"
And was quite
What your aunt would entitle a
"freight."
The fellow fell into a snooze, my lad ;
'Tis a horrible slumber he takes-
ie trembles with fear,
and acts very queer;
My eycd how he shivers and shakes
When he wokes,
And raves about horrid great snakes I
'Tie a warning to you and to me, my
ad,
A particular caution to all-
Though no one oan see
The viper but he-
To hear the poor lunatic bawl,
How they crawl
All over the floor and the wall!"
Next morning h took to his bed, my
lad,
Next nmoning li took to hih bed;
/ And lie never got up,
'i To dine or to sup,
Though properly physicked and bled;
And I read
Next day the poor fellow wan dead,
You,ve heard of the snake in the grass
lad,
Of the vipor concealed in the grass;
But now you must know,
Man's dedliest ;fo
Is a snake of differentt class
alas !
'Tis the viper that lurks in the glass."
i. ----.__-.- __ V
Tenmlpaersace Notets.
Mrs. Annio Wittenuiyor is lecturing
in Michigan and other Western Statos.
Ex- Gov. B. Grata Brown, of Missouri,
is stumping Indiatura for prohibition.
About 200,000 have petitioned the
English Parliament in favor of the Sun.
day-closing law


The sale of intoxicants has been for.
* idden'in alltrestanr'aits of the Grand
Trunk Railway.
The Mionitor Jourwl calls the State
liquor. dealers' meeting the snake.
peddlars' convention."
Dr. Justin Edwards once said : "The
person who never -drinks liquor can
never becolpe a drunkard."
The ReiJublican State convention of
California resolved in faver of the
enforcement of the Sunday law.
Chaplain J. II. Losier, of Iowa, will
devote the month of October in Indi-
an for yUeprYohifto~a amendment.
An effort is to be made in Colorado
to secure a law requiring temperance
instruction in the public schools.
David TItsuti, the celebrated Qua-
her temperance advocate, is in Indi.
ana doing valiant work for the amend.
meant.
A liquor-dealer of K lnsas, writing
to a friend in another' State, says,
"The liquor business si about played
out heove."
The Chicago Tribune says a liquor.
tax law is not and in the nature of
things cannot be, a forerunner of pro.
hibition."
The temperance camp-meeting at
Weirs ; N.H., adopted stroug reso.
lutions in favor of a constitutional
amendnent.for the State.
A "Christian Rescue Temperance
Union" has recently been organized
in Irooklyn to seek out and rescue
the falling or fallen."
The Pittsburgh- B.nniO says that
thirty.two per cent. of the murders
andsorimes of violence in Germany are
committed on Sunday.
Said a friend of temperance to a
Western, c,)otJciji The temperance
wave coming East is a mile high, and
only a mile off, Can you swim 7"
Rev. Charles Garret, of England,
one of ablest defenders of total absti.
nence,;bha recently lien elected pre.
sident of tho British Wosleyan Con.
ference.
The liquor-loiulers of Topeka, Kan-
sas, shaved the tail and mane of a
horse owiined by a prosecuting attor-
ney and mado kindliug wood of his
carriage.
The editor of thn f' Personal Lib-
erty" organ ll lowai estimates that
twenty tholu.au'l Dtnmoratrts voted for
the constitutional a'wiidnliont in that
State.
The Northwestern aund other rail.
roads which or'ns Iowa have ponted
up in their dining.eemrs, No orders
from the wine-litt filled while inug
through Iowa."


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AMI SHIP AGENCY


TIFT


FOOT oP FITZPATrZIOIC-STRET.
The New York and Galveston U. S. Mail Steamship Line, composed of th'
following first Olass Steamships t-
SAN MARCUS; Capt. Bolger, 2764 Tons,
RIO ORANDE, Cap. Burrows, 2554 ,,
OUADALUPE, Oapt. Nlokenson, 2839 ,,
COLORADO, Oapt. Orowell. 2704 .,
Arriving every THURSDAY frca NoevYork, and on SATURDAY
from GALVESTON. Through tickets issued to Now Orleans via
MorgAn Line at lowest rates.
cor Freighclt aind Peutsaste, apply attlhe Oflice of'the Ag ciut.
Key Wcst, Fla., May 1, '78. tf.


'UNITED STATES MAIL

STEAMSHIPS

LIZZIE HENDERSON and T. J. COCHRAN.
-oF T10B-

TAMPA STEAMSHIP GO.
v-- -IL uT .

SEMI--WEEKLY SERVICE.
NEWJV SCHEDULE:
'AMlPA STE S WMEIR. KIEY WEST STEAMEItIS.
Lenve Codar Keys, Friday 6 p. m. Leave Cedar Keys, Thursday I p. n.
Arrive Tampa, Saturday 2 ,, Arrive Key West, Saturday 6 a. il.
Leave Tompa, Sunday 10 u. m. Leave Key West, Saturday 6 p. u.
Arrive Cedar Keys, Monday 6 ,, Arrive Cedar Keys, Monday 6 a. u.
Leave Cedar Keys, Monday 6 p. m. Leave Coear Keys, Monday 6 p. in
Arrive Tampa, Tuesday 2 Arrive Key Wost, Wednesday 6 a. m.
Leave Tnnlpa, Te(,dnesday 10 a. ni. Leave Key West. Wednesday 6 p. iii.
Arrive Cedar Keys, Thursday 6 ,, Arrive Cedar Keys, Friday 6 a. m.
Key West Steamers will touch in at Punta Hassa both going and coming.
For Freight or Passage (having excellent accommodations) apply to the
Autent only. WM. CURRY, Agent.
Key West, Juno 5th 1880.


WILLIAMS &WARREN,



DEALERS IN


House-keeping Articles,

Crockery


BlanketP, Bedspreads, Comfortera, Quilts,
RTus, Mats, Oil-CLotls, Charetm,
Pillow Cases, Window Curtains,
Coal Oil Stoves,
SASHES, BLINDS, DOORS, MOULDINGS
CEMENT, HAIR &c.,


Sheet


LIME,


II" Pictures Framed to Order. l
a-fc OWReiSOel, DTIx-al Bt.
SA~MUEL FILER,
[SUCCESSOR TO FILER & BON]I


YARD,


NO 1., FRONT STREET.

Has constantly on hand all kinds of

Dressed and Undressed Yellow Pine Lumber,
Mahogany, Juniber mid Cypress Boards
aTX.TL1x.'1eir 83.i:xx.onles,
MOULD NG., POLES anid LATIh
Terms "Cash.
Fob 11,'82

WILLIAM C. LOWE,
AGENT FOR
G. B. KEOGH & CO.,
New BorlJ.


DOORS, SASHES, BLINDS,
M-OTLD.GS, BRACKETS, NEW IELS,
Ballusters, Sttalr tallsfl, Nanh WVeiflhla, ,O&.,
At Munn uhelurr' Iic'i cis.
Speolal Attention given to' BlaoltWalnt 4td othor.PirAt-olars Work.
I guarantee all goods ordl'r,-1 tllrb-6h- me be atNtew Y.ork price: 1 alwaiv
pi caiunt original Bills so that lr~lim oa. see 'hiqt 1 imakirno extra h -ii'ee
Thoos oirring.thou.gb Ine to pia y thae a(ddi n,,afil p ite a, p e i'. t.
N1 07.-":4.141illnRto le'rlnwhel on"amppJi('allUi,


wv.


R. Kerr
AGENT FOR


ANGLO-AMERICAN ROOFING 00.

NEW YORK.


HE offers for immediate inspection
*THE METALLIC

SLATES SHINGLES
FOR ROOFING and SIDING.

Over 5,000,000
now in use on roofs in all parts of the world, and must neces.
surily displace all other kids of shingles.
C.. all and Examine them at his Business House, Ann street, Am
Thle Advantages of these Shingles :
They are muti Lighter than the wooden ; are of Wrought Tron, storm
and fire-proof; no Injury from expansion or contraction ; do not shrink or
warp ; cannot rust or Ie pierced so as to make leak.
.5
jann. ':' APPLY AT O'l0O. _._e

DR; JOHNSON'S


Established in 1869,
WIOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN

fDrugs anL Medaicines,

DUVAL STREET,
KEY WEST, Fla.
\1IKII


FRONT STREET,
W 0olosale an Retail Dealer in


of Lveiy ; v:ariCt tynul rio.


hTai;ing just Ierc.iv..l from o ew Y' ,,1. t ho '!,',c t 1anld bc1 ,t sq.,'rt'.it);t of LtdiiC
nid (_% nt.'iit ; ^ i .n AN 1) bliUL.';-' ,Tcr ,ull'rd ill i i -city, together with
HATS, SHIRTS, LINEN COLLARS, CRAVATS, TRUNKS &o,
Being an Oittical wuin'nan, I have seleetd thiA stock viti a view to supply-
ing the entire trade in this city.
I 31E[ -v e


h oes for the Ladles
Shooe for tho risseos
Shoes for tho Children
031 FOR SALE

NEW S


Shoes tor Gentlemen
Shoes for the Moohanlo
Shoes for the Laborer
CItEAP I

TOR E,~


I1. B. CO-NDIE
Corner Whitehead BSouthard Ste,,
SEALER IN

f^ [


OB2laie~sp


Crockery and Glass ware,


XEXOse,


Wood and Willow wat9,


PROVISIONS, &c.
all of which he offers to the public at very reduotd prices.


CH4RLES ST. JOHN,


MCAHINIIST, SHIP41MITH,
and



STEAM. GAS & WATER PIPE FITTING
g .PBOMPTL Y ATTENDED TO. .
Wall Street, Key IVest, Pta,
Key Wrat, Fla.,an. 12th, 1878. ly3




LANDRETHS' PEEU
SorEthw e' W
8EED1 S 'or 1 S 1 EEDS
SEEDS ~ or owoL r O8EDS
Vw- rImd~msie lusMaISA dealer Mai ReMM Ree NU3I TO Ar'
MmaOArsLA, N V SOWU BUWMS D CARS IW M tAD RLI,
DAVID LANDRETNHASONiS,M GiOWUN, PHILADiLPNIA


J. T. AKTINS,

HOUSE, SIGN, AND SHIP

*P A I T E R,

GRAINING, GLAZING, GILDING and PAPER-RANGING
All work done on the most reasonable terms. In fact, none can work cheaper
than I can if the quantity and quality of the work is taken into consider.
Stiun. Paint Shop on SIMONTON STREET, near Bonded Warehouse.
Nov. 20, '80--26w.

R. GORDON,


[II j~ 7~


DEALER IN

BOOKS, STATION Y, &,

COt RR OF WAL AND DUVAL S3 S,
CORNER 0T WALL AND DUVAL STRTBTB


PAPERS FROM EUROPE,


to their with allti t every AMERICAU,


PERIODICAL, SCHOOL BOOKS, &,, of I1est laits.
CHOICE CIGAInS, tViNES id Ldi,')l.
GARDEN S;EDES,--a f'tll .ls)pp,,-.


Tob(aco,


WM. 1R. EIRR,


Bu1 c.,r


11Cont'a~ctor


E E 11 N)1 f
{ C ('(9?i'1' 0P A(S ; I,
:I



I *iE ,undligned o is now prep'reo to build a N" 1' STYLE of
lW SilIONABLIE C01 2'IAG E IJ I8DEYC)I
at leas cout tha thhe old RCuvolution:uI y style.
He i- also prepared to submit Plans inml Specifications for any building or
other work that may be required here, and at such prices ns ulust meet tihe up.
roval of cvo'ryonl', His former work is a proof that the work will be well auJ
handsouirly finished.
Key West, January 1st 1880,
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B L AC K S A_ I T HI,

WHEELWRIGHT,

TIN, COPPER AND SHEET-IRON WORKER,
HIAVING purhonscd the entire intet of the lt frm fof HN lON & Wn .t
LiAUic, is now 1 )Rpapard to do all kinds of work in the above line, at reasuun.
able lurices.
.71OUn01F.SHOEIXG, STOVE PIPE (and GUTTEtI.N(
a0r male a specialty. And in this branch he fears no competition.


LIGHTNING
y12'719.
(


Rlf, -Mr. Williams is now propl)rod to creo
n U~ n Lightning !lods, to those wih t may require
this Ll e ctie o. ait low rates.
T1- -11/J 8L
u*

^u~ [tI^^OLU^,,


NEW TORE & NEW GOODS,
Opposile St. Jnmemjs IIotel,--.DUVA L ST.


Has Received
A Full lhupply of choice

Family Groceries,





SHI 'S MESSES
lPUII ,Y I;UPl'lll)E AT MIiOIITEST NOTICE.
Co~Pno anl.d lanmei3o.


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