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)
Physical Description: v. : ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Key of the Gulf
Publisher: Wm. H. Ward
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Publication Date: January 8, 1876
Frequency: weekly (published every saturday)
weekly
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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 )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1855.
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: "Ask nothing but what is right - Submit to nothing that is wrong."
General Note: Editor: Wm. H. Ward <1858-1860>
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Nov. 17, 1855).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00048587
Volume ID: VID00010
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: ltuf - AKN0309
oclc - 11257649
alephbibnum - 002042445
lccn - sn 84027561

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VOL. 2-NO, 3 KEY WEST, l AT ITURIDAY, JANUARY 8, 1876, PRICE 10 CENTS.


,:,L THE
ETOrnF T GUL,

EVERy SATURDAY mORlNING,
;QeeMW ON (O*amNN .STICKST
1tes ot ubsof U tMaA s a year.
lnvisrlabl'y In AdvsIlses
IL A. O IANIN,
.' dtor ati Propri or.
Bates of Offlulal and Legal Aavor.
lIsements,' 81 00 per oSquare,
W Common Rates as tollowa i:
In,. Bq1 l Wa., I on O. s Mo. t. I TAS
---- I
i 51 ; I tO IWV4 16
nuo Col wpA t Year ............ 100 00
,Oa6 0 i "., .do ............... 00 00

1ilsi4d Clpnjitclr No. 91.
I PIwts at the Masonic
H11 every second and
itwrth Wednesday Even.
luas of each month, at 71
clock.
Visiting companions cor.
dially invited to attend.
J. FOGARTY, H. P.
GEORGE B. PHILLIPS,
Secretary.
Key West, Dec. 31,'75. tf.
1imAIu1 q L04i 'N. 14.
F. A 4 4I,
Meeaat their'Hall on thp 11 amd
Brd W~dresda y, at 7j o'clock.
L:'W. BETHEL, W. M,
'A. ~RHOST, Secty.
Soi", f1s. ly.
941IUNT 111O1.AtlI I.IDfDE.
No. i1. F', A. A.
Me6t4 at thuir Ilodlg Roou on Tho uInits
'ar ; t.i 1and\ Wo Xwlx.wysa. tind 1st
and3d 3r yridays. eaclh in,,llt.
JAkss A. RoIuI'ue. W., A.
IRou io i A. (URAIAM, Scc'y.
Key West, P.'. (1, '7;. :hn
Itey W't1 II5(eiiIInpiieiI t.No. 3.,
Meets at ( Odd IVllows
Hall on the 211n and 4th
Fridavs, at 8 P'. M.
iR. 'D, MU IRAY, '. P.
E. O. LOCKN, h.



I. o. 0. 1.
KEY WEST LODGE, No. 13.
Muets at Odd F.hlows H1all ev'ry
Mouilay nt 7::11 P. M. JoI, Y. P,)rt.r,
N, G., *W. D. Ctalsh, V, G., E. 0. Lovke,
R. Sec'y.
Key Wnst. Jun. 2l. '75. ly.
At. clltrelllll's laodgc No. l.n1:0.,
o'tls1 i44. 1'. O. O1' O. 1'.
Mets every secoudind n fourth Mou.
day Eveuingt at 8 P. M. at their Ludge
URt llil, 11 T'homian-stiLt't.
Jluin J. Murray, N. 0G. N. ,T. M.)rris.
V. (. ; C. It. Adamus, N. F. ;i Urgu E.
Tully, P. S.
J u ly :! r ,l. 7 5




IMn.AXsl c'ITI .OIuI4,E.
No, 1.0. GOOD TEMPLARI.
Meets every Monday at 7 1P.M., at
Good T'replarm Hall.
R. J. PiaRY, W. C T.
H. E. Moss, W. S.
Organized May 16th, '74.
Key West, May 4st. '75. ly.
NITL" I01>O4Di,
No. '?, 1. 0. Oood Templart.
Meets every Saturday at 7 P.M., at
Good Templars Hall,
E. 0. GwirrN, W. 0. T.
W. A. PI PALL, W. 8.
)irgainUed Nov'r. 23rd, '74.
ey 'West, 'eBb'y. 7, '75. ly.
UIIMINU TA1 ILODIiGE.
Se. 1110. O *** Templ re.
Meers every Tuesday at 7 P. M., at
their HaIl.
~. W. BETHnL, W. C. T.
JOHN IoICAIDSON, XW. S.
Key W eit'iSopt. 9th, '75. ly.






J BNtlI I S0 1 DRUG STORE,
Itvyu1l Stroot.
38TA3BLI83SD 1869,
IS Tmu rrAqu ao 4rT YOVR
lJID#IiaL usd lIiICI'INIas,
PrT hand fprme,
A full supply of
DRUGS,
MEDICINES,
PATENT MEDIOCIES,


VBPT~J1MERY,

lgtiPPORTERS,
FANCY GOODS, &c., &e.
.laoa aya ol Ihand.
'lre'merlptiams'e el4mesiolloodused
sit nll f 15m.
a. S. JOIHNSON.
f(py Woslla. ., Jan. 1,,'75. y'.


PROFESSIONAL.

E. X. HAMPTQt,

ATTORNEY AT LAW,
CEDAlt KEYS, Fla.,
W tG Will praotiou in State and Ooun.
ty Cu9rts. jft

Dro NON im & STmOALL, Bankers,
Bainbridg9. Georgia.
PARsONS HALz, Oodar Keys. Fl.
W. C. IMALOONIM',
ATTORNEY ATLAW
-; AND I-
REGISTER IN BANKIRUPTOY,
So. Dist. Fla.
Key West, Nov. 20, '75, ly.
IW. '. MALONEY, S. lss.,
*ALt'y rat xt-
ANP
Solicitor in Chancery,
KEY WEST FLA.
_Key West, Jan. 1, 75 ly
*o. I)OW.N P'ATTIIRMON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
AND
NOTARY PUBLIC.
OW Will practice in the U. S. and
State Courts.
Key West Jan. 1, '76 ly
EIl:Ul~4 NIC 0. LOl~ IK ,
.A.4't et l.a.'w,
AND.
V. S. Commissioner.

4j" Will practice in State and
County Coulrts.
Ki0 Wt.. ,J5n. 1,'75. "ly

A-t '. itMTI I w .,
IC-' Will practice in t S. tate
andl Co Ciuity Cirtw. .
Key Wust, Jan. Lt, '75 ly.
M1IANJEU L IOVIN,
Attorney at Law.
K Y 1VI ,ST, WjLA.,
Ovy1''wE DuvAr, S'RiETr.
Vlln prait tiae i S tate Caiupt.y Coinrts.

NOTARY PUBLIC.
Corner of Froilt C Ann stroum.,
KY WEST FLA.,
Key West Jan. 2, '75. tf.
APOTHECARIES' HALL.*
Dr.. J()SEPI.I OTTOL"L',
Druggist and Chemist,
Fancy Goods, Stationery, &.,,
Eodies Zmbalmed i6t forwarded to Prltnds.
Physicians' Prescriptions accurately
prepared. at all hours of tho day ornight.
I )v .j. \V. V. 1. PL UMN.Et.
PHYSICIAN A SURGEON.
OPFICE, Simontou St. one door
above Flumning.
Key Wsot, Jan. 1st. '75 ly.
Dr. JAMES CHASE,

SURGEON DENTIST.
HAVING just returned from the Ba.
hamias, bogs leave to offer his PFo.
fassional Services to the public, at his
ofiice, in
RBkalcrl' Gallery Dtldling, Diuval-8t.
to any that may require practical Dental
Surgery. His terns moderate, and mat.
isfactiun guarantled,
Key West, Oct. 8, '75. ly

CHASE. W. TIrFT,
Civil Engineer,
-i AND --
COUNTY SURVEYOR.
Leave orders at the office of
A. F. a C. TIFT.
Key tWnst, Jan. 1, '75 ly.


G. G. WATSao, J. H. O(OLUMAu .

WATSON X COLEMAN.
AUCTIONEERS,
COnsil, ION YiIIiC'UII. T5.
Have established thomnselves in tho
above business on
Front Streeoot, opposite Louvro Hotel,
where consignments will be sold at the
best advantage.
Key West, Jan. 1, '71. tfY ,
E. O. GWYNr, GIIA. B, PIuitIPeS, ofl


CLOTHING






Establiiched in 186,



MEN'S AND BOS'.. C ITHN, HATS.iC.







CLOTHING STORE

EArrivals of Clothing, uamnitnag Goods,
A carefully s*flpct of ne Ad fdelegont









I ats, Caps, Valises,
At pr, in clr th, anin every perta d in Key Wpit, Ploese call
examinfo, r d i JOHN J. DELANE
Key West, Jand, i o



CLOTHI TNG STORE
RESH Arrivsa o Olothin ishing GCodomu
Hats, CaOps, Tunks, alimes,,
Or, in fact, anything and everythg pertaining to Atting put the
human form divine, iembor, that our

FALL & WINmTERB GOODS
Is now ready for inspection, and novor was mioro comploto or butte
sblected tflan now.
CLOTHING AND FUTRNISHIING GOODS to fit a(Ind suit ovory Mtn
and Boy in this Communlty.
As for PRICES, we will not back water" to any other Honee in the laI
LOW PRICES. GOOD GOODS,
SQUARE DEALING, POLITE TREATMENT,
IS ,'iyr 3%E_&,l.0*
Collue nllld Meoe as, Snd woe vill do you Gootd.
Your, [lotihllEgly.
aromsr w. Ar s7^-^'^fijfca
Key WIest, Jaumlary 1, '75. .

Depot of Ready Made


JJarxrxt ; tree t.
T -IF IE undrorsignod ec1s always on hand(, and rocOiving weekly fro
York, a large sUlpply of
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS.
ConsM1tis7 of
FINE CASS. SUITS, WINNER GOODS, FINE SHIRTS, &c
with all tlo esseitials for a gcutcal outfit.
Illat., In ovel'y siyllf,
BOOTS AND SJ iES, great vnr'ie y,
TaurNKS, VALIsas, UMIIJaLLAA,, CANeS, &C,,
Toilet Soaps, Pomades, Colgpo, Hair Oils, Extracts, Ac.,
All of which will be sold at tlr lowest Ct;Cp \prices.


r"| Call and see
Key West, July 1, '75,


CLOTHING STORE.
FRiONT STREET, OIPOSITS' E .POST OFFICE,



Made expressly for Key West Market, also a full line of
MEN'S FURNISHING GOODS, BQOTS, SHOES, HATS
CAPS, TRUNKS bnd VALISES,
Which we offer to the Public at griffy reduced prices, as follows
Working Pants, from $1.62 to $2.00. ] ackc Pants, from 88.00 to 87
Casimers, from $8. ) to $8.0 Vests, $1.50 to $8.50
Black Frock Coats, from 7.00 to ults, fom 84.00 to au8
rTw" vv Own a


Slve f leerot largest Stoo tIat iJIJnITS rloii t eta. t. 0O
All Goods warranted& fa i td, cmInd examine for yourself.

0 f'',, yront.Streot Opposite tho l7osthM641
Key West, Fl., FJanuary 80th, '7,a

.ir<-k-r Aici V, E ICA
iIF'o S 4!idfS
aimntott Atreet, cuttait als g miH


AUCTIONEERS.
MIoNISNT WrIlCRPT, I
Key W'ents
Ilcse. T
Ponal attention given to all )odi. n
signmont. Ie
SBeat prices obtained, and prompt e,
roturnr-oUR MOTTO. Ad
Koy WR.t, J1.p, 1, '75. if, V


rPo 0 I Y. R Good Templar's Cor.ner. ture, for composition of ogislatp.no
i may always boindicated by the Mlu .
plvoenlg IMon0g. (From m Teomplwa a ed ga .te. Jot wiIat the polls are. to rably sure
Sloso, little weary eyes, *9sn of te T totalar. lltWra ublic e ien, and
The day at last is over, #0.9oa99 w. BTRUN., public sentiment takes its 4 ter
1 To-eniehat sno moroe srpri Le otrs li rab from all the people.
Tonight no moro surprise e Let others pms Ae 'by brght There ios ot a woman in the lanu
hall they discover, In ,tbe ,red..wine's sparkling glbw, but thpt.eo* p,o influence over poe
Nor bird nor butterfly, Dearer to me ,a ,the diamond laght lel voter or voter, and there e ot
Nor unfamiliar flower;1 Of the fountain's least flow, a legal voter but .what ,eeirts soue
Nor picture in the sky, The feet 9f eath men havetrd voting ignfte.s0 ti4e of ihqse(f.
Nor fairy in the bower. The e juie tirom thebleig vin f he evl they do rpeonaible not .
Best, little weary eet, But the stamis come pure from the they are also responsible for p sa oVU
The woods are dark and 4lu*ly hand of God tAblt they may prevent. ,We wset ,a
loth. Tho little birds rest sweet, To fill this up of ml expression of public sentiim t ,tat
.Tbo owl is wathling only Then give ue the cup of cold water I wl compel Judges and juries to mete
Nl9 biArttfrep .is seen, The clear, sweet oup of eold water I out equal to all i a sentiment
Nor dasy in the meadow For his arm is strong, though his toil that wll not allow a eJudeto send a
Thr da te .d n be long,. .. influential thief to jail f6r ye oth
Their gold and white and greon Who drinks he olar, eold water for stealing 18,000 and send a .poor
Aro turned to purple "sdow. h thief to prison or one year for lellng
Fold, little busy hands, The dew.ds op ie i 9weret'o cup, whiskey contrary to law. Selling &
Fold, little bns hands, How rich is it# perfulme aowv. whiskey i as bad as stealing, but We
nd Day is the time for doing I And the fa$ting earth with joy lookseAp, want fair play all around.
0y. The boats lie on the sands, When heaven sheds rain on her brew. Why I it that a, -ig six lile
. The mill wheels are not going. The brook goe forth with a pleasantvoie Tweed can ,un awy .hen it ults
ly. Within the darksome mine Torgladden the vale along, him ? It is because he peoplepfNew
Are hushed the spade and hammer And the bending trees on her bank ro. York city allow villains to rule ,tem.
The cattle rest supine, joies If some poor American should l
The cook withholds his claor. To b r quiet on caught stealing a loaf of bread in New
To ea" her qut n. York to keep is family from starvin
1 Still, little rostloess heart, Then give me aoup of cold water I be would be arrested summarily an,
Be still until the morrow i The clear, sweet cup of cold water i sent to prison, but a big thief can steul
Till then thou hast no part For brightis is eye and his spirit high, at pleasure with perfect impunity.
In either joy or sorrow. Who drink, but the clear cold water I So with whiskey selling I there is sp
S To new and joyous day The lark soar up with a lighter strain muchpolitical influence n the whisky
ring that heretofore it has defied all
Shall little birds awake thee When the wave has washed her wing, interference. Secretary Bristow is the
Again to work and play, And the steed flings back his thundering first man whoever esaesrfully opwine
With strength renewed, betake thee. mane, h isbatterioes on this big thie f. Wil
ion big
In might of the crystal spring, public sentiment sustain the Secretary.
MISCO0 LLANEOUS. This was the drink of Paradise, We shall see.
Erre blight on her beauty fell, If public sentiment declares against
Courtship is bliss," Md an ardent And the buried streams of her gladness rum, even the man of the State Gasete
young man. Yes, and matrimony is rise will declare against it, and when he
S blister," analed an old bachelor In every moss.rown well. preaches temperance the Millenium
,, Love conquers all things," eh PPov Then here's the ou of cold water will be upon us. Will preachers, tem.
nd. ty and the toothache will throw it three perance lecturers, temperance writers.
tilmo out of four. The pure, sweet cup of cold water I nd temperance people give promin
A drue mn, who fl down n the or atue gies to all that lives nenee to this thought s that the people
parlor, remarked to hIis wife that he con. But a d4ink 4 ofte oler, cold water, are responsible for allowing this groat
sidored that a pretty pineo for her to pool '-- "c '- arime to fatten and grow on the heart
pae, Y~aI tt u trw h.e lki d-n i Frm the Tatpaya O arda'an.'j) aJ bood of the izatioa God hoJld
A follow walked into a muslo store the Hillaborough Lodge of Good Tem. us responsible, and the voice of our
ther day, called for a piece of musie n plars et ised by O. H. Dorsett, brother calls to us from the doop dcrk
'titld Act on theo square and while Etriot D ty Grand Templar for tof ntmperance Will we heed
ly. with w it wl0keod ol South Florida., s now in excellent is voice?-he Tmplr a*d Gasae,
y.. with a1,50 .iba.jo. working ordor and bids fair to do
"B;thrlin," said a good Baptst in In. much good. No reasonable person Thse I lobster Illte
diana, while giving his oxperionoo, I've can or will object to any institution, All tho world has hoard that wine
to a tr'i the Lord a ngh or t h ft rc yards te obect of which, is to improve theu Liteth like a sorlcnt," but who over
to s0rvo thIe Lord all dget riclh, Iothm at ilI1
once, nnd I toll yr all, 1 fiad it's mighty morals of the people,-to dispense hoard of its biting like a lobster ; and
hd hard sle idiug." charitv,--to navo the young, from do. what is a lobster bite that it should
n te l used to wear ho1, structon,. and liat has katpt thous. prvo a good imiilo? The following
COi ftheadias lo d Olol ands from filling a drunklra a grave, excellent story, told in the "Fisher.
ca a aW;o rt plan's makloe. loft sno imllo i The man or wouima who can muster man's Sermon," isf a good illustration;
[ to theo jaination. Wonder if tboy courage to one word against such an and suggests some timely thoughts
growl iaow boonuso the "pin.back" institution, must have the noblest son. for tho soldier on duty.
Sdressoleaves so little P timents of the human heart, chilled "I was a boy watching a largo
You see that, do you P" said one man to all those tender feelings, planted in lobster with his great nippers opening
to another, recently, as he hold up a the human soul, and so impressed and and shutting as if he wanted to bite
e vollen hand I got that by striking a taught by the Divine law. something. I asked the fisherman,
)m N. man for speaking lightly of your honor To ladies, who are admitted to this will he bite Bite," said he "don't
and integrity." order, free, are the greatest workers put your finger between his jaws if
You wer a fool for tak lnmy part, for here they find an open field for you don't want to go home with it
ait otrl 111 lo him tk o labor, in the great world of charity, well cut up, if not crushed altogether,
"A fool, hoy exclaimed the other; the dispensatlon of which is woman's Here's a scar across my thumb that
"that's ..*-,'1n T'm-n- natural attribute. Every lady should I've worn for twenty.five years. A
"Don't you b'ihare a word of it," join this order, and particularly the lobster made that mark. I counted
C., roared the swelled hand man's wife i "he young ladies, for when they do, they myself a likely young man, but I had
tried to boat me this morning, and I bit will see that their noble example will one failure. I was fond of strong
his arm, and that's what's made his flip. have a wonderful effectupontheyoung drink. I used to take a little gin or
per swell uip." men, and will do more to cause them brandy, or something of the kindnow
And g hi head an dth the shelled to abstain from the use of intoxicating and then, and it worried our Minister. ,
il ung and very, very drinks than could be done a mau e would say to me, 'Jake don't do
S- amee. so I Don't touch the accursed thing, it
Key West, Any person who opposes the G. T. will ruin you.'
Sasess eA, *ubllem elliaols, organisation should read and reflect That very morning I had been at
lea Weospl r.a san ihoo upon the following reasons for dis. my bottle and taken a pretty strong
ood Te aplrs., and (ovy ountonancing the use of intoxicating pull, and it made me a title silly, not
emanenot I Wor drinks :- quite drunk I but I neither beard or
W ve call spoetal at housio to te a. 1. They deprive men of their reasonsaw iretly. I went staggering dow
ly A.F.& C. Tit, Jon Jay Philbriok, J. for the time being. thestreet. Our ministermeme, and
W. Sawyer, C. S. Johnson, W. D. Cash, 2. They destroy men, of the great. he said to me, 'Jake, now quit that
Gwynn and Phillips and Watson and est intellectual strength. or it will ruin you ; let it alone, for it
oleman. We cannot say too much in 8. They foster and encourage every will bite like a lobster.' I went on
P praise or commendation of these able seooies of immorality. and came to a boat where were some
houses. The above named gentlemen 4. They atop the progress of civil, fine fresh lobsters, and while amusing
have been doing business in the Island i action and religion, myself with them, ofe very large one
City-the great shipping emporium of Thedestroe wth his nipers
Florida, for many years--giving entire They destroy the peace and hap. sed e with his nippers. I could
satisfaction to the public at large, and pines. of thousands of families. not shake him off. My father came
all who come in business contact with 6. They reduce many wives and to my rescue, and it was only by
p them. To say nu/tun inparoe, there children to beggary. crushing it that I was relieved i but it
are no better or safer business men in 7. They re the fruitful causes of set me thinking that if brandy and
this Government than the above named murder and every speoes of crime. gin would bite like a lobster, I would
gentlemen i and we most earnestly re. S They render abortive the strong. have no more to do with them but
coamendthemas in every respect orthy est resolutions and prevent all reform would knock them off forevcr,"--I'.e
of the public patronage d bspe action of haradter. plar and Gasette.
for them a liberal patronage from the 9. Th millito. of p e e
friends of the Ouar ian, 9; The millions of property expend.
We call Key West the grat shipping ed in them are lost. The G. W. 8. of Georgia, is prepare.
'.00 emporium of Florida, and nm one will 10. They cause the majority of eases Ing.for publication a series of articles
condemn ius for doing so, after vifitLng of ineanity. on the suooess of the Good Templars
that city and seeing the wonderful tm. 11. They destroy both the body and durlWr te past flvo yours in the way
1.00 pmovemene which have been made there; ditou .. t ... ...... otnnspemrr rooms and the a snber
I ^ h,9r.",be. hA l IS'I They burden sober people with, of localities that have hard legislative
Snea rer p6 ~ illio for tlnapnort of panpers, action ln favor of Temperance.
oity, and buildings are wgoonR p ur nf
TeE 1at8ols T i h cu t p ;er e eeme n a nuedi.h o The Massachuse~ts license law is
L do rhei Put aoliyI andIn utherpe t o trmen enot working well. Though politicians
do thredit o uin; tut it l .gr, ]pount, eWith'pbormcte s naes, claimed before its passage that it
s tor for dn g;pn hut itU has e.ttd heteit,4rt timte would do away with low drinking
,' anfou t e Is upl t t ie a w l y a.tt gei' the temptatipoi, ...t.4.a.l. holes, it now turns out that these are
anoeu We hadthie len sre, OflgIog .lortn .bre e, more numerous than ever' amid those



g_ Btitude to the Iqn. J. W. Locate,. 8. lids to deltructton,, olf1y officers recently went republican,
, lolntendeut, for his ablltb un energy ,1f. Their sal e*tpo.es persoi to exo.pt for Mayor--the detnoortie
* r I buil d! the ubiauo aKeZ insult, iphglds the.vleious a8 idle at candidate, beluga Temperance man,
1 West, as not v t^r of the expose of thSt"obor, I sriotirous defeated the republican, a whisky man,
y' wa w h ,,* o be 01 4 frpa e l rer. ". 1,500 ma oiity. This is the way
tb ary in thb tmul g Artd a ry. '1, And last e but nothleian, they wo make thess re of principle felt.
asler Ions clrien the unlicensed"g nt arenot






cannotoaob make a we san a fool he rae never ohe vote (oahcial) of the Prohibi.
and the taGood Templars anado an id been know s tske a fo tlie. fetroit, Mioign Penny lvania at the recention of
on.nJoBeutleyt for hi.I atWt tie. Their sa.l exposes pr ons eetoe p for Mayaor-ths democra7ico




S thousand prso shave t t,aeh s thle at can.ite, being a Temperanoe man,
the plars there and the four or five Lodges That the sale of liquor results in a It is expected that the Oenadi&n


.do- aro taking in new members over night, vast amount of misery and orime no Parliament will pass a Prohibitory
J A. There never w a a more warm hetd, one ill denyt amd when we contem. Law for her entire Dominions at it
bptoble, hh mnind l ai noble pal'to this widespread evil tho quon. approaching session, subject to bq,
than O e oits healthy an4 p rt to live in nlo is Atarted Who is resposiblo ratified by a popular vote.
anu there is no wonder why it improves It is e to lay the rponsiity in al me
,<. so .rapidly. It is now and will inevitably un the men who osell it, the enin who The President, In his mnual meo.
S oontinu to tbe the largest oity i Florida. issue license for the sale of it, the sage to Cona ess, did not even allud
We are sorry to seethat eo Govern. men who make our laws, and the mon to the recent death of Vioe.Pride1ut
J ment. works at Key West aieat a stand who drink the liquor. But bck of Wilson. The deceased was practical
still. Owr Government should make all these there is an all.controlling total.abttinence man-and the Presi.
rnet haste to make that place a prfeoot Gib. aowor-that power is the mh jority of dent is not,
aSu iater for It willnever do, in ease of power i the majorityP oftr a"t note
ro"t t a t 4Tav o a rhe ple-not simply h4 majority Theo Pe bytryo a N.o of
d at witr, fovrthat llnd to fll Into ththe ple-no t mpy the The yy of N. Y.,
hadi of efweign power. 'If appropri. of legal voters, but thb upjjwlty or at its rwweul meeting, pas"64a resolu-
it the attio4. rp not made for this purpose, the men and women of our aid, tion recommending theehatmhes within
m, thcy should be mndoe at nnon.-ampan Thie will of the majority I. usually its jurisdiction to Ume unforntet
o(ra.ll'ne. expj.ranssd lin the atiotnt of Lthe logislh. vwine at the camuinoU dai ,


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; :" o...r ii y 1 u "o sitiv. dlldnolld w\( Is notified by
wal.r ill''lintrt llt. thai Mayor of S'uianuit, Pike eQunty, to
Ii 1ii'it 1 il tl l,(!h ivy, it i proji ,.(u leuvo ti t onUe, as he and the peace of.
to 1u 1 1., i Olm- Itl thu silnllt vOP1 U lH. O icis could not protect hium. The
a rpol, i of armed bodies iinumber front fifty to
"n"l I I 'iT'."-lOilllill`K ili tf o 'e stcvintv-.fiv, and assert that he cannot
and lLim:,Iln. In this collictciou it has recinin in the division. A cominis.
lielln .o.scrt.,ir .I th:.t tiltu )liniit.nt sioncid officer ad twenty.five soldiers,
of t.i- I mll-l.iltt.e Is (idi i.il-odlv tiiginllst if stationed at iiberity, Amite county,
nllowin on(! dollar or atilroriation to and instructed to support hi for
llotig , bt thirty day,; or till the offendin par-
cor' crF Lti'rly ibo.'..ns extra e- ties re arrested, vwould:bo sufecient,
p'inlitfir's, amlt it hI la'i spent his ap- Cavalry aro preferred, as tho escort
piroipjriation without i a scA., cutld a'couuupani' y him on a tour" thro'
that lie uumil t tltil l t .l t : tuia Jliit J e. 1 il lad iu mu lyl, ( I ,l u. g .L Ol
effect.
Tl,, cost cf tile Tndiuln bureau will 'Tho p-pre sin those case'roe trans.
be slirlply reatlucid 1 Rt i i decided itt to the President, .swho drepte4
to lpuit the 41isbursmir.clt of annuities the military officer conim ndiu.g the
and the lprc.lihsitg anti issuiing of qup. D'pjartmbnt of the 80otqt f4rnil a
plios Ilo thk e lanIuds of th.' army, it suftlcient forte of c-avlry toenable
h.. .. .. i iit, i the proper oftlcer to collect tho revenue.
will 1,0 prlt.,ille to, disalcnse with nearly gS FaNF MaiIeo,o Doe. W9D-m dia.
the wbol-v eenormiols Inldian civil ostab- patch from t$4 Diegg sys: The true
lishmncnt, history of the raid on '04'npq is oon.i
A tlk with the comlnssioners of ing to light, .4h'Most the entire Mpt.
peusilois revealed tle conviction that ,popul4ti h tat vllity is
ct ath, and woul a Ihre In the
by a hmll ppro|iation for theb om. pollS i to event of 4UdCIe.'
ploy 11llI.L of exl')rts to viqit the various A dispatch from Thicon says the
agi'in iec m11 invctnItigte tlto condition revolutionist, General BSdva, alaimo to
uf conrtnai elispse of lplnsionor4 thei havo rccapturetd Altar in Sonora on
llit-ion Olnti i fi i ( fl. id tftmi fr f i t.l.- 8th in, t.,,without a fight, atnd his
Soolnllh ionll ir cli.'l tl'it from cal lf allies thhYqijndian, veo dc'fatud
, ulii 1 nlm-lin--,r-rol)aly the Poquiera Inthreo eng genlonts.
latt .1ll :iul.l Ic stricken .at once Posquiera's friends donly 'tl e report.
from tli. rill,; A liir,'o savicjg will be Both parties, while In AArizoun, 'rp.
effitld il ill. S HI lils hlertofloe appro. rained from outrages and paid cash
priait f t, .n, blic lan for their subasitenuoe.
..pri i.I. .lIPI ., i ,r'y t (Ig public lands a t. n m
Mr. Jal .dll i lO.niVim',C( that theo Latr nows jult rdteived Qroim Tue-
citd >.cvi>t t t seonstates that ini a fight betvween the
exln.? tif t Oil>" luilt! acid coniau. State and revolutionary fordl of So.
lar service (lii e1, so clt doivn as to noria, twcnty.flvo ililes south ct the
redute-thl, uial ri ap;ro.priat(in from boundary lino, the former wore defeat-
$1,800,000 to allot $900,0000 H'e re- e'd, with aloss of ten killed and a
1,8 .t K t ... 0 re "i 'i"le'ar of wouniod and prisoners.
gardA it is certain that ni appropria. 'Te revolutionl.ts are marchliig oni
tions whitruer I,,ill i, made for now fermoossillo. Most of the Americauni
public buildingsN and the annual sums hero sympathize with the revolution-
heretofore appropriated to carry on lti,' 'annmdering that they rfpreseni
'worli Upo tbo in poi.s w till b L etter of Sonora. Nonew
wor i ilut, ,11- n proress w hum sbe hnK beon received frtnm Col, middle '
much rMuvoel, wtha thl idea of check. ooalmnnand. .
ing ll further extLcrat gulel in their NA v.ILLz, TNxx., Dec. 80.-A
cnustrntilon, t rille tornado Iawmsed ti',lve illli's


DIAha Sit:-
In obedience to your
peremptory orders to "find .Riltl Iiveed
uand report," I sailed oni Sunday lust
" up the reef," exanmiuini; every K bt;tweon Key West iaud this. Th
sear h' was a hooq4gh on, uind my
linx.eyed followers wero ever on the
alert to discover signlw of life. IHaving
received information that somo cloven.
foot tra,:tks had been found' on this
Key, Immediately steered for it. Oin
landing I impressed uon nmy follow-
Pi' |}1":, ,'o. oii y fi ,.* ,f-)inn nt d pofl;cn
siB t ije al e ilc -d l Aoyhig n o);jU'iihcr
aoioasi tho Istad at tho Souithern end,
I gpve the word-" Foriward double
quiki! but found my fuit'bir advance
impeded by immense flildo of prickly
pear bushes, and they being itnpans.
able had to recall my tied followers,
who. acted nobly doing their duty
faithfully. In th elhutrgip I ststained
the following o10 Dh 06e owhide boot
(No. 128,-nph and a; half sole) per.
ortated, q ~dilight b04uatis from too
sudd~ily ittting on a oSotus, I aban.
dd6nd the'scarei owing to the enor.
moils difuulties tob be encountered.
In relatlou to the cultivation of prickly
pUar', I beg lave to suggest that it
st ramiphatIoally 'the pig Donancea. If
you coul4 induce the 1 Hon." Pure-
man M. O. to advoeato it in Congress
(and give nio a grant of tho Florida
Keys) I wvill pledge myself to defend
at small coast all T. 8 Forts or breast.
works fromn pll attacks of Infantry.--
" Cheveaux do frieze" are unnecessary
hereafter,' the glancis" and parapet
can bo planted or l;ned with those silent
dtifoldelrs, and none but a smnll moe.
auito with i good pilot can get through
As for the Navy, they could prevent
s.ll hnording ,by cvering their ihmock
nottings with this excellent exotic', or
by lashing a coulplo of plants to their
swinging, or turpodo-boonim and
swoop the decks of itn eneny's ship.
Third Term Grant" (tho silent
man) could hedge himself from all
pofi'.-sckeors, andl would retire to his
little bed D. D. without fear of inter-
irlhption. In faCt, Sir, I wouldI furnili


'Til 'o'"-!lA l lu bl"'llwbll willbo voley cllast fi Hicklllmanm Kentucky, S., l
. .il ~ ifB^1 -i..i'.il.raltf red ,,,d, and litLlo wi ll4 h I vi'tlin v, sweepilng down whlili forest
.- I l r c-i r ilc.clhti i its l ilm lpatIhwtay. 'Jill't ftorce'itl thil winild
,,ii. l i 'inigei und i of all the.le . .k cr ruc, I ,' I it cnthe l
Ipartl ..i*s wiill I. cut ldowi n nlor. thani ws dnum, woods, 'T'wOlvN dw lling
O r -hl: aitnl tlh' io iill npprtprirtioni holi sies acnd Litrnis v.oIro blown Ofluiia! 0l lln for M oniot Op',ly, for f' nicin i, l i pul'., buliltl am id cc. ci shill t ,cr into tlaginlit'liii.i,
"Ili s 11,,1u ccciiuh hillcI'I l 11,1c c theH u111(io icfic
/ -I 1 1 w \l~ l. hnio L \ oln y dmicdi t h i JM t L s IA tI'I v I.i'II ,1 wi l' tilvir
4 -it ittift 1a..i,,i i. livi', WVorinl 1'olico fron #.It bottom
..liel, .si-u alJl lifted MO loul (,l )m
-/I~ : ,.///, ... . 1 w,", l rg r l a w ll b u u t ll lilted anld blo n ,'v ,
111i; lhl Ilt ..t ,o ,1t o 1l10 i l s rI, Ulenic cti ti I\ Ma I luld two i I "it', ci, l r err .hi t>e
..- - --. . ' "v t liure wll lo i b hit-lly taitl. firo t o' d ,at 'ii i u fl. ri t i s f Ihouses, A

ll.... I- I i .l l I li ,l l l po i tl, ah n1t l l ill C hhlckl
fti 1- I i. T Io I'o *x e . t s "" .,. 'a't"n 11 it liM^s So.ar,-v werQ kill-!l. iHer






illI 1c t, e- '' i. h I t0'ii h II' Llmll atl .'( 'll'r llt ici i x-ihl o- L iii it-
o i I lIIl .- i' I i I ", l ,l.I ,,. .011 I l '''1- l *ll -l l' .' p li i l i, ll lltt t (, Itl icll'll, ll icli l, rtic mi ,,< I I |III
cill, l. i ,, i I i I -! rt:s for ru, d i ; exl t s. Jli t l l' if ino t i'a l was llown tdowl il, thel
', ,, '4 .l ,.' .t ,i ; h lu .' t 11. 1 I t ll tII 'iiu i' d lowi n I t,'ic ;i '; hil- l> y hIt c [il rI hell l]a W (t r.
**,,* *;', ,* .*"'r ..i',i: .:: ro, .L ,,, ,i" :,, ,, ,,oh w heri,, it ,an I ', fairly I"n llv bruis,'l he flyin t thu cr. ]) bath








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,l~iii !>i i t I. n l>o ,1 h, s o,. l I, ll,.c thc l r l, tt ,,
ir ui- (.l,,t l ii", lit!i, i iic" [ I' bih .~~1 lh4! l 1 x i l CI ,ll ( tio( l ---ltti. ilcr it l ct) fli cf l t i' t f| fh l i r ii whlilih





.I it1mm 11 h e -Il lhnii iit ig soc cy twelIle jItc1 tIs, till wtl t th ir all "'. I t I'






III( t toi 1tAit dtie llofti- hilly
s ll l "- -;., i ,i I, i! i ,v,,ry i in c.cxctess (of tll-s will beLu Il MaI )clti, Dl .i cclnil,' i, 'Ih nrllm l a .
Si' 'r i i [''y. V ,' t o et h 'r limina i ttl'." pt rc ilc al I i rt t llhiat lpai li will hlorllv
frnoli th i I A.. 4 ,\':." .I --i lii-- -. .adIllre' sid a i' it ma nImiicit i.,l of ii .lorti-
atr, E n l.' il ,ltI.l;fui s l thi.' -l ;v l a\'tr trinllt, i ly lo t .I Spa t a ell to thel varl usi t a pe I aluIo, C'atiLi
rlifl r, Yl', r ois nhi;.!, ,, lll. l l.r i 'aI t .< Iwi" tll o h, ll j .t f' ('i ll'i
S, iceA vi ittI lf fi NcwIl lh Il;c tullowi i;.l .l);ID,, I iLe -tliltr Ca t.--.h S 1e K'tiuy
til .u iI 'li'h N Y H ,r i 1 L.r dalt'e f Jccllrmtr f ilet of r ('1h :.t i t tesh.I'.t. ] mi oi .n-
410l'l'].;:+ klof 4tlclt1t balls foi-'"III
Thc osoo ,f (,--' (.Cil" sillSI li.il rs wh,, .t 1>,. t I'It w i ., l sO eicl st ertling "I eve. 1AI)AlJt 1),D0 tL .--. Th,,.Cou t ,,f Pun-
u ria Inot li ;ve I ,. .ivc, t lthtli IK(;v lt l *i t i'o rCoi.r',1t to ,uts r rulatio ul wicth ,cirn a r' i nuwd in .'lParis ,inlg ,gci, te in- tho
I'i l I ui ," ith t .. 1 u ual t .icl ,lI'i- i'q .in l ht lh C n l t qutI 'tion ;-- it ofli cll duty oif lirrll 1 il i'r t til' reti ii.n
ililat.ion, luni l l l t't cs: lirt. I crI f e inisc r:i-obim ig, serito s A fii ,Qto se q te wllcctiti of A t'etl Michl t, tl'y
plIie Inotifv tht' ,prpt i r ati or r i,+n'. ti,'O .,i i nst roia mu im uU tliN iar. Hrottrl soure t i tt .lie ths the Cut,'. t,
tlla it 1n:a 1.cIe I i fi.lild it. i l t Madri, 'l w leia w hatic a n Europoun tle ruigt1' t hailAtiol Minisn ter im y l reuoig ll
but thatlli hils ll ot l h l tll ist hllv e o I y.
M ulil.tih I..1 I Ilrv.tistc n i t an to ciliud hosiliti i n t in Spail hlt ,,r rt,,Uesi,,,,, to,, Il,',

c os t ll ,n l 1,, i, th'e tU y l'l, i-:U thct tio,' itM onsha iu. V lanloler asr talln of P c .l i t( i ntt M dried isl
hos' fVlla l tlL' I', (X) u > i. n t tn ,L!(!,Oll but, w not <,O1r,n it'l-d it t ft '. a |a ,.u t' W ltA', It
tlit i L pi>]ii .i>' ili>tIl tlii r t lio- ha taict of ,1 i ate fa oabl t now b.,t i VL'iii' l t5aI t tohis 1ns Alll A fir ii gOn
tht.ir ia r~ ,u n ,1 th h,. crm, 1-0 M thatiht tlhi WVtshin ton ou i | l pia Iltl)ii, r.li]iiy.
'C il,' o. i .. h rit i t'S h 'ii' fully th lsthil hle ai niL T hh r,.ic lt.a is m illI l i, o n t o lcdis th'i Lc. Tihe
lelle 't~o 1, Ih. l,,ta ,' l.. t,1 n,,,, ,,i ,,,.t of t^i ini ,',.utiuun -oe ls to u Spanishl rmytwill bo dividul tneou;, if
co s' l a I iait t c i tlu l uxt' t he ux-Queell tlr it fillt y pli rt illH the0l i ri 'u.
to jnovy in i . \,e ,, the ,1- e t les towing the tillu or tcoieu lll of iSt lt alFm iru. Ihlt.
S .'.ltiv ed portion of' tho Jlvl, thut bllh's return will oven eiuse theo lu's of
o ir An ci xlu, Atug s .e .s Ju-:e thie, sugar int res .y not a bny o t, tally Setl r Sagota, to theu iRoylist3.
wliAict n-ill ..l- I*'ll' tilitl0 fo 1 1til iso It ,l s o N aIw YonR, D ., -- S l.9 .--T al frol
ti. A, ill, h. Unit I ts t I tro, ViInna to thi leri l t ild lt the a lt e e ry













VA5HINOTOPi, a, 2--Theo ,l~'ih- rice-ivod hcr iV
of Ja.kcl son. g ll, ., in t r icetit cSaLs. I. 'J'o e f t'd is further inform d, that of Stat of the Unite, C at;s has 1itrans.
foro hum, ,lih., ',li arl ii ly e vry unto the J'residuent will senid a special ies. m"itt-d to -very iEuropein {overnmiet G
1 ir l t, ca, lil yl, i t ,00 per the 7 t n lh, diiei of a B Ht in WV shin, Tc kicn tih'
in tll ItI the mi's .lI, lcaiu. olf thL ir f'go to forces in relh tionl to Cubal l xp- Sion t f synuott c 'lplr,pi t Exellcutliv lo.
i1'l,iltir v lo ival, otl wr itt f. Ill 'ilorl ftlil' on ita 'ru-nasscnbling, anftr the martin to he i l .Lioi oft tAl'lll h oil t.ll
tiun .- tnic ix' oEtrl. isfit to sit tih cte hl ulio lys sh in hih to thw ure that v londaft s i Cllb lt. ilThe. obje ut (if. t1he
Airneriuan Oiabiza.1 t MIinisirter is thi oil.
b lho d., cs lnt ii-isTss) thoes ,ji io measure i be tako n to end hostilitica in tintf aosf o ica i to lo ltisd'l 0 i thil, rpt.
1eatioins., lI furth1lir says, he sil not any ruasonablu manner, as all the in. ration Q f P Fic.len ] cthliaut's i uppcllki n.
tit tl, jillL a .llthil r's giOt or inno. habitants of Cuba are favorable t o uto l cl it i t fcLo lec t ill. irlld
.ence,." pleacc, wiithl porlinlt the sole excop .i'.o Eug9Ilund isl ready to u lldo' tho illtlr.
Tie- or- i-'lx ipo l-tor, of tihe Volunteers. ... me tion :lo;,1ti. At thl u .exn ntteio.
We take l,,1 a i in phiL ci g upon - willingness to support interv ention, but
our exhan-, !, the ( l .r io i s igti t eCstotny.or, hcs itati to take initi t it steps,
whien ra. I ', l 'aur tal io focr tlde -.ist l -c WAsIZNco r, ]t)ee. 29.--Tho fol.











of thu'~ RIa''l~~ ('Ii l'r-ii.:'i it is dci.- ia,' nr ama inn,' d' them, and tohe \tiiowity coitl esot u mic of tticc eUt not
time la sI .leek. It is ii-ew we tkly, of, lilli y t d iii n fl tily. It dwin intSr ill letter hat just been
y "WASHINGTON, D. 29.1-Tho opin- rvcuived hcre i v
six wveks' growth, piuLl;shed at tSava. ion of the Attorney Geiwrul, wlmthor SAN Di:aoo, CAL., Doe. 17, 1875.
LtIjh, da., vY Elias Yulo at $2,00 per tho $17ti,257 ttx ou 1hu dividends of o1a. B. H. Brirto,, ,See. Treamrer :
annuliad It is the dirnl adtellnto of tho ltoac o n th e .llinoc C theitral 1 guil. I It lnmyut lbu il propI r to IaIllud in
PrO'it --sta is'n, witLo iit fe r (.1 favor, road o ned liy don-icraid nts and al. this letter to tilh pr, cnit tribll on tih
al l, ,lie atnhe E le of phil cins should" be aid to tho company boundary ll On tlh 4ith n1t. i a binul
,it,, ,i' te ita lt ;,.ta it..hi.-. or to th no1reir db'int's and aliens, was of Mex fuic llan baidit, 1U llit lniiuil. a. I
adlphi, itch s hot, sl...h e'l nto thue ,.v. h s that tho ,AeCT rs ta, :,,, Cri.a ',l Bt s,. .it, thi aat,r.
meaiL l ,(o ni r..i c c <.rtit ounii.su alln thel e ft tlfc f 'L colpanv are trus'teyo of th i ln lMijllqtt.y. loth the Gaskills wr
unllln hs l tl, ir 1 tllion c'h l ynsten tot l:holders aild hold the money wou il ude, oietll it is ft'i futully. iTheI










Rlmidlhi, 51 11dm I. i ci . ci, -tc plill tack iilkia i k ill'l cic' 1 1,ol 11t 1 d \lu l .TnI Im
on ever ,l bc..,li,,. Il t ell l i li nlt d i trust for the owners of th Gaskills killed u one ttthe rOl-ers, 1al ,
stock, after the pf yieu t of all legal t ape urs, wi olnd' e d tlhre. tor ,fo ilr othc





to ill-. v.cll it l, lr in Si ..i'd o, is lLu cma ih The 1,t'1liti rol).,d tlt Itorel of lvory.
0th1. n lhh, I ...in o I o1C 16 m t thi tohnit iti ny. Thes- thi ilnll'ig Vill., Thiey lltso, ,lt thle ciiIel
co 1' t i l' rtill s u ion s tuk old irs call recoverfrom the eoi.111 tin, rIbbt i tLllo othr IiIuttll rs inr theii
of thi' R'i'r, t lthlrv'i it is di.- pany any mj onei y due them, and the vicinity anld salt One! of tihei but not
vot,'d to g. i 10raVl -8,' I. anl t literaLt ure, comp ly cannot defied itself in a fatally, It lso aU lUrii, lthat llthe 0 alI
and i. well w',orth the sub,, scri,;ti, ne rt of law on t o dthe miru tUhat the Mnagof roh61crBm ,.Oe r wo d; 'vpi i-
11 l di 1 f .1 ..... ,' totally llmthra'.r i l' it l. i r 11 il 1e.l-l
r i Iltctlt ,tic, to ev h ai l pil~ e uaom ateoc be] ohi f o ininc '1- o< i!. > >)h, ia,' c ,, t i' .vi c 1-y c ,
ll tren i ll h.tl lt Iil e l ..il ri>ror l > n.yi i ll lltlt hll' l be-i(.(A i dreo.I d,l vpl't I'al h ly the h ilit lly Lf i Ti ow r t li t 1' niLt. la 'n 1:
h10 I. .. ct d o iglheipt tributrn t.l Tho o, J'llit'lr u o tgL ilrnentCl io it f.oI (i ll' miir Il ol l.'
At corr ln.loiitwi, iln lro l ash- n u lawfully e:. td Lh money from tIc. lin,, li i. T oOf ti l., 1 1I ,ers w.b r I it
ington sat ys: -" l The clh irimaO n ol thl the o tl, r int iy, T c1i1, ony i llreadtil t)ic nl t .' dtnly itllt rl hc ttualcc'it l to,.dit i
iInulitt,'-c ,n i ;tppr[ll ri atini ', r t'. tdlti 1 t 1, a i t t.r( tiri l r.t tl nay l' di e- in ellmi gel lc v tiy e Sll in' of this c.-11ui. ,
Randall, visit.dI s,1v0 .ra (l dit (l.,l p rt dit iitedo atid th e balitn.e pui;t back to ianl nt uight the ritn ,i b al s vrlpwiI, -,. I













ia uill itile hill oi g 111 inl
ulli- Its r 111.4 ha i lltol1 t si indfy, (Thdtle uil o it, Fort TSda C ou tis, r hll e;ltt f er lim n 'cti!.n lv IC-.l
to red cti ,t ,x lit r I. le is isi, i, ll l t e pulisi r,. nt il Lu ',-.,r Co lif, nia, l il n ,


Iflly tI l n I u l ,. ,1, llf l"i,.. t :. OC L ,; tI' L l 13 cstow s, itake tinl to r ute d it, i city rie t f nisi
of eistiltl. L'sl tll;, t l, h r.io i osave. 'tI(I, 1OI, o to ii l'uI i tI s slUteV i it ,-pc'nlr i dcisn. i j tl>j,.!iJ ll litlll 1h I iii,'l hl t slil'n Inlli.t
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this Nllh inV nl s t,, i .re fr i. e a uilic 'ut- tal onM d r.l frol i ofl .io l sol e h ore. tdt nUtny l ile' e thatIS thy are th lt
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Ru akr. nni,)rI) atiol, ill iico rl-,iiK l| e'ellut tt. TUCkson, MH ) s, tUeegri l)hs iitn re ]tlill ill lowe.r' ('ttitif,:t'Y to, is rife.


iak. np .o ; ,ihi h Co lie. t h MuSiO r of Itrt] Ji however, I!.t ISV 1,y it is tc n ui ey, Fevlu
, itl th i.i ,ir l Ile txt,,, lis col tti. it r- imi. tl' t hi depuIty thli ,,llh tion in tll, ii ,,rrtin ,hur ,i.,ul-livan haid buil driven fm' ofme and olumul bad ,t', ,l 1 ro"b'ry anid .l. .d.. .' (11
ilin i rt. t h i- l h, it lntinto tirke aid tfruttnlt co utv to rou ntv in his di- ill1 Il" b t, litle lSc ity ,w thr tles
ti r .,.,t ; :: ,t to v vision whilo dicharging hiu ofi al ro perty of tho Settll al 'h.:
duty, by arnud bodiew' who ,pliliely a ITiaP to >, doing A in AN I,
fu ll ,, < ,.oli'r in ,o., 1, u t '.lt Pi A s ^l n ll d u,.'y th e a u, h u l'ity. f th e Un it ed t rl) e ll l o gl t lh l p. h o lof, s ,)f
17u11 tO.. lA., larMs, ii. A t.i bu oiclCri States, adnd threaten to rrsit. f t\his city rui*l. tl i, 1 pfn,. ly hnlivihltlH mil).
oif both branchi e of tbo service. One lldlnolnd ctui ennot dishraQ, d how l anties s.rilin, nldhitfi.hli 1 1, smll pUrty
gila 9n is h,,.lh tlltc 0 cti on llh y retired w itl oui t i ilitary inctc rfl ruic' iistrttet of w ,ill ot ied d byn t,, M ilquitity, tburc t.,
list fu.r ,tnt ,inr iitK. t niot bor to stop 'r; in the lh tr eun r haugaiE t T Oai ,ile ,




if, ii Pw thoubt probable Con- relied h telegr. h T ,he evidence Do, ;UL, 1S7.


Church tQ;be held at Wlatkha t ox A., lot, tt 1 ..... 9, the Frst da of .y Jooetber offer their LAl7 ag:.F rOCK e
26th of January: ox Charles, hoseu & lot, sqr. 8... 4,4 .OO
Mr. ,Gao. D. ALI., oenway Jrao house & 1o~, isq 7. ,80 GOODS, embriacm almost everything needed fur the H' hold a prles
Wm. H. AaRAB, o, Ohway Datiil, boe e &lot, trot 10, 4,34 reduced to thq. lowest' standard, that can by any house b.> t ,, We
Josuras A. D iU r, ,oasde Joli, Est'ate, house & lot, _Pare -,s
T. 1.' :D.UTY, O & oha, Itate, hol. i *lot, T purchase all our GOl*SD5 for Cash, and In suihi q suiii eres
T. B CMIUT.. ' ,*,,,,.. .... ****........,,,*,,,, ......... w,
........ ornell John, house & lot,' sq, 5,' 18,80 the largest disoounts and tho lowest rotes of freight, sautf t ll. iusajinoe
IA4iRlI51. Owru Gregorio La., lot, trapt 10; ... 11.94 risks. Thus obtaining ocr.uiupplies at the lowest posliblo wc ot&r to our
At SprIng Iil. Fla,, on the 15h Do. Ouspoth Johnrlot, t$ 4. ........... 0Custmoer and others, over, Idvantago and induomvnt tkatiao in)0 W i b L,
last, by the .Rev. nobert Bill, Mr i Car.ry aso.win h-I. I ouse & qot r,-.
BaR Aw of this city, to Ms A 1 ;; aT ..................ai.. ... & 1t reducing our.proilts we hn.lipok to an equivalent in the incmasd amount of
LAw, of Sprhin Hill. TLo aaply oullhif OCurry iame .O,-housae A lot, sqr 4, 10,58 our Sales,
arrived '4qU the Stum. Vulluy Uity it Oatr. ,ieph, 1d, husea anmd lot, Muare ....
week. 1,, .... ..,,.......,............... 3,26 Our supplies of goods foe thello OLESALR9 TR~ Af w Oll eon.
P* Printor'a fso xuoie d 000 Ouu 0 (A l6ton,) lot, sqr 46, 8,81 .. ,
..W .. J-o h o oPrinterues aie. Ot lo, sqr 40, ,36 tinue to receive our best attention,iand calculbtlon for patrol- will be gr(ad t
TA OITUA 'Y, ~ uiry Wm., house & lot, aqr 47, l,o08 on so close a margin as to offer inducements to all of out J.~ttUtlda of
It beoomes our painful dut," t Od Cad Traiqnilno, house and lot, square (ooda, to mako niany of thas purtehuos hero and at onoe,. ihistoid of en.
nouneo the death of anothias l old. .it.n d 40,-.... ........................I..0... 6,156 ... .
thjs ploe, Mr. H rv Br ag os J Mannel, hoa lottract c g the usual delay or order abr .
70 years, who die1 on thoe dnd r,, 4......i .............................. ,08
Ie leaves a sorrowlv g family w I 4' orait ln lu FOlipe, ehoue iand lot, tract Our Stock is Ulnsuallly f I in every department of
our deepst sympthie s. Nats ..... 4. .................... 8,79 Orooera, ar.e, 8 79- Gd, Doer,
'a o"' |" *Yornlo D. lot /o0o, houseu lot, NG7 8 4
plese ia,. y._. Cotrs Dolt4, oeo, house andt18,1 ashes anid Blinds, S Cr IAND ,W RY,
,- ,- tra,.t, d4. L.,, d.nP,........pe 18,1 .
SorS .Itl' ..area A+orona Daot, aqr 87, .8 Lead tZ i, I, j e and C" ,
Fi o or Orrun, wso eye shi al Du al., mhoas9toS 04t, qr 61, 41,05 .eed, GraIn, .'lowt OJ a, &a1
tpota t lie item, let tlhon pIauslo, t o xe llt n, hou se lott traxt 18, 11,18 .
"for tny information thy tna.... I...| 8,9 iI l eS M es ,,S,, A ,IFCALT Yr
cerniln them. They' ht M ps tate, ho and lot. '
mtnddtl~iJ [, he' PrjBM Mtt .,(i^ ,/. ttt 0 ,......... .............. 17,80
are boyonl doubt vl qerritt orh, houe and lot, square WHITE: FEROUSON .
ments ', .......o ..'., P....... ,l'fl Key Weo.t, Flit., Nov. 27, '75, '. 8 .


the lltIteriil fior ocomrol rtablo s at lfor T Demornrlltt l n, houpe ,)pt,traWt 5, 1,9 ,'r D.m*artMentt
your City oftlhiLHS, fre'o of VxiAexne, Doxtur Lr Brirali, .boupo (nl.l9t, n Shb~IU .AL Syro,, U. S. AaUvy
JIn y next I will tell you all about .. .',' ., ... 1... .. Diviionu o f Tloy ." )rts for
ti' l Botany Zoology, -Minuralovy, NTOTIOE is hereby ven, that the Dotor Edwrard O, houso sa.d lot, trbthj ,J bniuItufo omuo $d9 oulwte.
PisxiclltIuro, Wil l n fil t ll about tiu following desr'o lafids a ,lB t.hm 4. .... .:..... ... ... .. . 18,24 n ltu1a;rn
Ilorida Keyo; after specitled, will be sold at Putlil Dillon Guorwtg, lot, traut 4, .. ...... 4,34 M'OUteaolwott Itineonrl,n.l ,nt,7. t A,
lE.in,.il.ftllv yours,, Auction on the lt MONDAY in Fubpu. Dillon Clhirlo,'ltouHu t& lot, tract 4, 11,5) t()Oirvaitloas tatke at the msane uiommt
'Y QUv OWN 110I~tl'Olni. my.3's 1872, li of tili u 6 LOil ttCMojns,) )Ley wet, F lkt.
11oU14 OWV N RlNORtT. atry. 1870, atth' Counlty CourtU Hb1uo 1n oDixon lohn, lot, 'traut 4, ........ 80, f t6 t all t ,) y Wt
I', .8- I had to wad to mny hips in the, ounty of Monroe, ltyo Key t WsL, Dongo Sl.astati, lt, lquaro 3, ... 2.80 flifFs t ou B nteor, 80.2o Ctaoe il
orilr to aH ndl you this in thli for ,.l, at 10 o'clock, A. M., or so nmuch threodf j)uwon Mrs F, house &,lot,, sqr 50, 18,85 in last 24 hours, -1 Retveo Humidity
licatioln. Y. i0 ,Bs vol bo necessary to pay the amount D'un *lhrlilloplilr, Eatat', holuseu id 84 Wind Diouutlon, t Velooity
-- ........ of tio o duly asseusod u iint said uida i lot, iquai' 37, .......... **..... .. ut0 silos par hour. 17 Pov a elbs. p
together with tbhp !cots of sqao and ad'. Dupont f8ome, lot. tract 4; *;..;**. 8: 28 square foot, 1,44. B roe. reduced tu
rWf1 .i Dup t .0 | .,IS( Sl. Dulitnt A h,,n.lforl,lot, tiiii 4,.13, or clouds 0 Upper clouds movlis from
I. ~.AWO, (io I Co,,l,'tnueot .el we'vcll.) i1t 0 Antloult of lower clouds *Haxs
Collector Rovdauae, .--.--..- . - --. .Rin.fall In last h8 lom 0 SMl Other,
* Moonroo Cutnty, Flu. 370N't ,T Oato ,f 7 stu W Weather, IaHue,
py7 Wept, Jany. 8, '79, .The "Cilizn' (rand Di.e.fl.ry MILES J 21ANEFZBIET9
S. Ball" to tiake place oin th 14th int., Serg. ig. Por, ,
A'lHT i)A,\, .IANUARY 8, 17, OW, will be Calicolli ll.
Acokta JoTaLphA., houm a and lot, a Piro Picul of Ticklts .littin Clunt. T
,7, wtr ;ax................I....... a. Ldies $88.00 instead of $2.50 as rI w l
..0n...t ,. ty., Acd.itaI Franolso M.,, houses and lot, viouly announced. '
A Niw m:.i.AIn tT,,: or, .. iw t c t 3, to. .x............ ... .r CTIQ & C CH .
S wl'n aI & Flii;ON. Adams Johnu henry, house and lot., a.qr,. l.m. l llit oI11 4 sAou
.ADiEl VANcy ,O,.lo n evr t(JIax ... iioo, t ... nt..... n .......... .9. M Y a MONmOll evenly l ol I270tI
art hll. 01l1 NHitIi A, (; &;ln we, Adi, s W. houso t lot, aqr. 04, 21,57 will 1 a Ilk orlhif. T( by inir t m ade 1 rooS a '
Shli III.. ,NEWiA. A1-,'l10HHIMBNT A4a4, willa n lieal. sqr. C.,...r,7 m ,'Id \by leaving tle Kuy We.s Jan. 1,.7.
S( A u-wo. Adolls Randliill H., boueo and lot, ~ nare sne with WllHiat d Baii'tLhu, iat DII.,
S11, .......... ........ ... ... ...... 19.84 Oh ieo's ofie, *
A o00hoc lot of Cloks ""Addison $itrah, houscj4lot,tract 4, 21.14' S aTtc'opi' Vi ew of U ION U
f ,42, 00 ,"l ,O0 lipw-rl, ait ,SothnI'L toiV e
lldillin G. D. ALLEN. Allury Henry, aouse & lot, aqr. 50, 12.57 the Sears School and theo onuclois MOD th r
NiV" M1 r;it. OClo,1k., Strikeo ldehil Allu'y Joseph F., houses a nd lots, School 'For salo by G. D. AILIN. D MNDa. JANuAY at 10 A. ., i
.llsA,- t i y t u U 2 .................... .... '.... 47 3 Daily ollIraan l for 1876, a front of the store of the under.
iG. D. AaloEiN. Ar P nry I,;uluIo, house and tot, iuo orpnlum book con.ycniont for signed, will ibe old for cash, tle.i. hit
S... ... ........ ............ ..... 0.00 every builnlss nman, price 81,00. "
.i'I Tl. ,nw lfr tory being builtlv r ,,y ilchlrd T. house antil t, q u rG. D. ALLEN. nl. tsew aa/
"Mr.' i. rry i hhi; lot in rear o. .. ... ............................ 78 with her.tackle, tplerel and furltir,.
will .,u oelv,ih'.T Lu an l'iLdyitfor' to thee. .'..y Wi. .. SousO....i olot, N GHT 1 J tetr h I.o i i
exte(niVo ci0 otllillf .K'.i ',., t,... NIGi. itdIT 80ife- Vhresoof oluvnoe, oIl dl Vyn
MoAtsI. Seleit.rg-.& On. It wviil giee i A.ti, 1 illa Ailandep, housealtd A N1HaT SCHOOL ,h'ns bn opened E. 4MtClcl, Esq.. '
emll1,muoent to several hun.rocd ad. 1 j"!utlarUbU. :. ......... .t........ t en :deou ohs avaollng thusl younl f Alo,
ilen de'ous ofavailingthuo eo 'ho tne fut-alin nO,
dlitiiil working A.liDury Willin ., 8nd,ud, lqueo and lot. To samve. Thp fine fast -ciling Se]hur. Ufl IO.,
Ej.-R As we wire taking a nionlight quia'c S8, ..,.. ........... 15.46 "TheCommn'ercial Branohos, Buok-koep. cpper.fastoned, and well.daptod ot
walk theli othlir i ght, wo du tctedl a Albury Thoma R., hoi itd lot, tract nlg, Arithmetic, &e,, aro taught with tho Ajattle tradei, sold by or ir ~f E.
young latly oiiling the gato hinges ill .............. ........ .. 10.47 c t Mc le,,lann, sq.p y to
For Infoimnt|, ,an pply to W, J.
fruinit oflu let urn il iaicalon. Doet .Allirto Catherine, hox it aunl lot, square CAPPICK. or to anv of the Rv', Olorty W. D. CASH, Aot',,
our friend lnow if tlo;o 2 ................ .... ......... 7.24 of St. Mary's Oatliol'i Church. Key West. Deo. it '75. .
hilnges queakc Almo'da Joseph, Estace, houses and lot, Key West, Jan. 8, '70. 2w. OOK out v'Ung folks, a u4 4
Ir3f Wo are hpllpy to lean that blu"ro 5, ............ ..... 33.8 WAVY TED. J' -- folks, anAl dorit forget that'
ou olllulg inon hiiv thlnaO tin- mittvr Allaril J. B,, 1 lot, triot 5, ,,.,..... 13.35 .-w
of lilic hnfetv l Iitd, :,,l p.iul Alvarez Marllln10 tate, houso & lot, ,ble en s to, H. IS t C K i
the city nghihly. Oneo chiclin-liftlr sqalro 04. .......... .,........ 8..0 Tho highest prices paid for OLD) HRa on hand for sale it. his old 4t,';i,
hot his thirty days at lhat labor. Alvareo Marccllino, house and lot, tract GO D pr ILVE'1, or can be aIt ,loiI lcetion of new goods 0 it
got his ihirty day ard labor 0.................... ............. 4.34 able for
Keep oi boys a ly te F l quare exchanged for Plated WVarc, 110 LIDAY PUtESNfS.
'1 Large quantities of hlmber ........................ 9.90 Jewelry dk., at the Auction Consisting in part of
have been suld at u tlotrion trlla the Artcnga Jose Macia Estate, 'Louse and Room of Gwvy un & Phillip T' oys oft all kltiAld.
815, prc ., and several cargoes arto lut, quareo 2, :,,................ 88.37 1. ABIRAIAM.* IulI1eln JIlamles,
expected shortly, thus enabling all who Atwell Sheldon; ho.ue & lot, tract 6, 0.56 Key West, Jan. 8, '70. tf. CGew-nlW* andP Fart
intend to build housps, to supplly Atildn John.T..h4ousao lot, qr. 45,12.12 TIIOM Pr)N rl ,lA IIEi'ir, y (OQd l, & k0, 40,,
themselves with the material at a chli an Auhtin Stopne7, house, sld lot, quareo TUST rentittvi from N.tw York, (nnd Goodls both useful and ornamental h
Trdt. 2 i, ........ t.ro.............. .... .... 9.06 will hereafter receive weklvy) a ani ilto t d .Plgted Wa re,
.h Tl ol el t living settler oh Baker Benj. Alfred, lot, square 57, 8.80 large supply of ald aluy thing from A Peglas y
this Islali d, a lady inforlllima us lthat on E-"at, h ous and lt, sluare II~tlhaT O "1lilItle l a El ne olt4
when she tirst arrived (1833), there Balr uhn Ento, house and lot, .quare E TTON, l t
were but sia houses upon it iad that '" ..... ............ ................ 2.23 0 T Y, WV itte I
her parents eaCmo from Euiroile becailusie Balkr Philip ,,, house & lot, sqr. 231, 9.00 .A G M k '. i T rtIin to cll oearliy und texamino
tn.Kxes weve vyorbitant there. Could Baitlumn Joseph, Estate, house and lot, '4L UltetAC' &,, ey oi cr, his fine disIla y of Stock and you wj'
the spirit, of that old gontleonmn her square35, .................... .. 20.03 which he will sell. ,f the lowest Im's. not fail to flid somnethtlig to vait
father come upon earth hI would open Baldwin D J:, 2 lots, tract 7, ......... 6.02 0 W. THOMPSO1(N,. c r,'v orm,.
hill eye. widu whoa ttax ricuilpts H ar Blastiin Thosqne, house and lot, tract Key Wf~ist, Jan. 8, '7d. lt K Wey West, Dec. 25, 175 tf.
hapded to him for lyent-uuw-ady. ...................................... 4.5 --.
V-- Oui reader, bas ny o doubt lt Bell Edward, let.squareo57q...... 5.01 -
son0I timo S'Iel th" 1 c' l il. 13es8..o Joao Vi.e, hhou ,.and lot, tract
beamnn on the countcuninoi of o n- . ", "" .
lort1(1 ttc. i.lividual wlho after fal$in, (1 '1 1 C' itilnn, lob, tract 10........ 3.5. A
n I i rl rkilg his sli I1 h li houe and lot. EW STORE N W OODS
(cIll prhaltm klo'kihg a tooth or two NE. ......................... l, N I UU
d( ) a \dl ,It. If. iaid. houau nd 1Lt. .qr
svinputhltib y-ool old soul, if li. hasn't 8... oi f St.. J.illlac's Ill.-i. VA!L NT.
Ilurt hi sllf, Jf thpy h6wev,-r w;ilt I. ....t- A lit t trait 4 ......... 70 i
') n A;1i1.t.. t,;> t I> -i-1b -\ ,ibe lot, treat 0, ... 20.14 - .. --.
(ailnll In -.i.'ion fa,. 'lh.re on1 -1( : i 1 lt, .' t ............ 3.SAl
I fl ,i,.. lis o 1 ...1' ,, . .,. trct 7....... ; J ust i aU i l
i 1j" 4u- 1s- lcfRtte alon t l.( e me i, 'ont %v L0a., ...... (
S.iiinin till Good 'TelUi liW ' i L r,. ', t,, N.. ut, trin t 7 ,..... 3 u00
a!oul:d l, i .i.if!!s t11,hs,; ,u S B...l '"" : .i,,h.l. us, lot, truet :', 7.41R .-f' *1 J"^ T 1"!'7"
1. :, i.'-11,. lt, t.C.t 10..... .-2 of C choice a'nm ily
A I .;np1y y An 'Ulccmon.i I, ". ,),, h1,) sc0a & lot, ht.Cit :3, 1.7t)
W t i i, n (-rlt -.l I,'nl t ,t": t'; r ll"a t 1 .' ,, Ilohlu e ind hlot, t.. ,.t 13, 6.i8
UrLi i ryDait" to 111'f'0111 ln1 &;IIctvl ;l" to, 1101180 Itl t, s
td 1 o i 1 ,' i 1..,gof Jan. 1-1 h, i la h,, house und lt, squii .B
'7i. i. t i,, 1 a ('li,'. f ll. That's l 1 ...................... 8t0 .
whitt it Oll,,fl 1 ,.. ()r i beeliv v thb i a ., ,. A mbrasia, h usi e iuid lot, quare *.. t ."
i lli s l ,, b r, f..l r, n l B rad lot, t Ct ... -.1 .." t .
da 1nc,, 1,,t:.: ,l C alico, lhi nn w hen ih ,y 3 .........., ... ................. 0 . .
ire t u n I' drs long l '., houisa aull, lt, tran t .- .. , 'g
v. [-., ., .... ... ..... ........ .... .. ... .......
.1 l r1 o:' a'ryI, E.4at, l houses & lot8. tw.l.t .i' c 'f t 1 f o e
lf.1 It,; ]il l IKi '.1 i ioCdtll' ndelilartl ll "-------------1 Cnn M t riet < t'fll, c,
1..1nd to I, ... ............... 11 CONSISTING(; IN PARIT O)F
S1 . .' :.\- ..l... i \Vili l W : ., 1 house a ul l o.t, t ] 'l
t-i"il 'i- il ,',n ';. ....... .......................... &45 M e ess No f, lemI lteef lCf tt s, Aho ld'.'s, T m. t ef.
W e,:,4 ,t, NNcVtth, h1,,Uo ad Ltt'taCtt eakfanvty P eon, ,jtoedt terf; Nntoaked 'lsh,,
IIato .. ......... 1.1 ............... ... 7.79V
flf, o 1to I lbi, t IIt til1, C&Itnlitililrd 1 ,on ilit rbo rne, house and lot, tr Cltt, F t eable, .ce,
fCliv. l.Il, bc1il ew I y oivcc 1 Now ,.......................................8.9 Coi S {/a811 p, I eeZ1C eR, 1 tiiey/ Sof1, 1eC.,,
tuniniil Clrton,wlF, i arcided I. ,,, 'e 1 J ......... lll3 C-c1a'8, I.t! %leN, C_-t,Ct-pI, dc. &c. d&C.
cIlss. TI.ht gross rcli-11..ts being 82;..10 I r:' tcl-is Vratt, Est., lot, tact 5, 11.13 P "
thereiyo ,,;lii io ,tlJ,2 Cti..Q WVilia A., house nol lot, .are T , -- P Eo M'
i years.a, . ................... t 7,58 'J.TI 5 t 1 SHORT' NOTIU:, .
SO, ,; IITiEi T ('abCKst ila Cloin,,vlt J., iP L Jaycox agent,)
SI. MLT..ACH, ]{. J. PnERY it,l, tl t --- -.-t.i
II D i, -. C. How I, (a iin D Et, EtaL*, s 1, C OIIIe an d ie.
F. '.. .. lATr.oN o, G W ALI.E .............-................. 3. Key T eVst, Nov. 27, 1875. 1 ,vr
J. 1 Bnow a. Ca;;l ,,hl John, hoiue & lot, trlnt t ,rc ,0 ... '.
v Patrick, Estato, house & lot, ar.
St. 1'sru.l'n Panir le, So,-----------------
The ollowiK av cen clectoclHeto Coicy Jinn<. lt, eluale 50,...... 3.81 W H I TEI & F E41 RU
roproofit this Parish in tho Annual (.urey Snsan, hoseu & lot, truit 1, 2.33
Couneil'of the Church to be held at tC'..rboGrOgorl,house & lot, qr. 14,12.13 3e.^'-r a rea -f l .a ...
Palathlk, on the 2lth of JiLnuanry: arti"Ln JccsE, 10.l0o & lot, tract I0, 3.23 . e ilt t' ia.3
ToT,,. WIN~ 1..T.I.E r, CU.t;s Willija, house & lot, tract 4, 04,3 '. ..- .
S J. 11. 1UOwN, tal an P., II, tract 10. ............ 2 .3 4. .
Mr. G. B. Parasow, r T!lpl,.t Matthew, honn ann hilot, tract
M r. W D. CA, 0, ....................................... 6.56~ .: ?
The Rev, Dr. Stelo has been ap- Cllle Sa;nuetol, lot, tract 0,......... 5.23 "'" a
pointed to prcIac.h the Anunal SoinI :nL ..l.... Mi., J ,nc,,i i,,Estate, houso hl t :r tr etsfr. ,O e '

*t. retrs' P'arlastIis ao 2 0 lry, house & lot, sq. 04, 15,46 me chang in business on our Is dandt noral
Tho following have been ppoted lo, h. ........,..... .., l.ot, t. J EN to' go
delegates to the Annual Council of the_ qoi Mrsr R.,houoe & lot, tract 10, 19.30 depressiona in tIL. i;ricos of Labor and household stuipplMs. Will hom,







Ammesaor'u Notice.
TrHt ed:relgned, Assessor for the
J1 OCity, lntrmns he Public, that from
td after the 1st January, 1871, he will
be at tkhe Oty Hnll for two weeks, after
that tijmo.aa he found at his residence,
BENI. ARCHER,
Cit Tax Ansussor.
Key West, Jan. '~6. ttA

Notice.
N O PERSONS are authorisod to con.
traot any debt on account of the
I~u1Mfys Ilao (: C Iesa thoe (o1.
pany will not hee reaonsible without or-
doers frou the Proewlient or Seourettrv
J, H.,DY"
fulr Bl 3scay ByIL CYi0.
SJauary 1, '78. tf.

IFor Sale.!!
DONY A4'1D CARRIAGE for sale
a-L Ce j -for want of use, Apply it
Key West, Jan, 1, '7. tf.

SHERIFF'S SALE.
BY Virtue of a Writ of a'le.r F.'cim,
Supon a Jilu gment rendered in the
Oirout Couvtt, 'u an for the OCounty of
Monroe, at Fal Turm thereof 4, D.,
1875, in favor of Ourry & Cuttia against
Loeon Chainpaign,, I have loviud upon
and wl&J offe for Jale, at Publio Qqtt'ry,
before e C county Court House, in mhld
OotUby, to taW b'gliesi blidLr for Cash,
on MONDA Y, the 7th da of February,
A. D., 187, botwoon the leguol hours of
0ale hbe following property of the Do.
fendant Leon huampaigne, to wit:
Oue I3tkeiry A Its eostoussts
Situated on Green. Street, opposite
Key of t1ae Gulf off s.
JAMES A. ROBERTS,
Sheriff Monroe County, Fin,
Key Wqst, Jan, 1, '7t(. Ow.

BY ?iitwo of a, Fi. F. Issued from
l the office of the Clerk of the Oircult
Court for Manatee County. Doo. Uth,
1875, whireih John W,. Harlleu, Ageiit
for Fred. Trotea, is Plaintiff, and tle
Schoouer "' Rebecoa lnd O(witers" are
Defendants, I will expose, for sale, to the
highest bidder, bctwi.,:, tie lh:gal hour
of sule, before the Co:irt l|ollso, D)oo. at
Pine Level, Mallatoo (lCounty, Floridlu,
on the first MONDAY in Fboruary, A.
D., 1876, tlh said 8clhn,,,,r "1 lll her apparel and tackho, to si) !i(fy tid
A. fn., anld thl cotm thnreiu.
TERMS-CASH.
,T7 ., MIZELL,
Sbhriff Maiaitco County.
Manatee, Fla., Dec. 22, '75. Ow.

SHERIFF'S SALE.,
Y Virtue of a i.' Fa., Istued .out of
B the C lr's qicll for Mavnitec' Couni.
ty, on ] 'ftth, 1875. in Attrt-.hmelnt
suit, wh, i.in Ohuandler J. YongoK is
Plaintiff, .~ l' BClichooner ltblocfi,. anld
Owners" vre the DIfemndais, I will 'x-
pose for alf. to the higahot 1,iill'ro, b,,.
fore the COQ t House Door at Pi:e L. vl.
Maiiate oUmnty, Fla.. ,utwiin the ,igal
hours of 'ilcl, on tlet fir:t MON)DAY iil
February. A. D., 1870, thl sail S!0 oo wrC
Rhecca.'" her ailiLril midI t:i0.li., to
satisfy the anmunt ot smid .ftl. ti.. ll.
the costs thlerlcI. TERMHS--C ASH.
., B., MI1ZELL,
fSlhriti Montlutle Cuillty.
Manateq, Fla., Due. '22, '75. Uh.
Ciroult Court, Monroe County,
Tith Judicial Circuit of Florida.
IN CHANCERY.
SAAHU BOWLaxI, )
d i Va. Divo tcE.
iPLEA5ANT U. BOWL1n,) I
It, npp''i :iig 1by
the return of the Sheriff on tho ul:ipc n
issued in this case, 111d ly the allirlavit,
that the Defilndut residles ,it of thI"
Statt of Floria, aH il out of the jurialic-
toiu of this Outrt, to wit : ii tr, City of
Savannah, ChaN.thrai Cou:nty, Groi',,.
and that ordinary process CtLullot bhe
servel on il1ii.1
It is thoreifro orl'erl.n on I otion of
UTaines T. Mageu. EIsa luire. Slil ,or for
the Conplaihant, thlit thle saild Dtfeinl.
ant appear and iwer the Conpdlitin.
ant's pill, on or bifuro Monrlly, tilhe sxth
dayof Mar~n A. D.. 187(1, rtherwiso the
Bill will be taken pro-onfesseld.
It is further ordered, thnt a copy of
this order be publiasherd ionce a wc for
the space of three mcintha in the X Ke oql
114 0 ull, published in the city of Key
West,
JOHN T, BARKER,
CLERIK.
Key West. Nov. 2 l. '75. 3',
Ciroult Court, Monroe County,
*ixth Judiiasi Oircult of Florida.
IN' CHANCERY.
LuOROR BARTVLET, a
VH. DIVORCE.
NAPIEB BAILTE'r'. )
It appenariig by thu
return of tho Shelriff on tliu Subpcuna, in
this wuae, anrd by iafildhvit, that the Do-
fendanut' rIesidesL' out of thlejurisdietion: of
this Court; hbut within the limits of thO
United Btaitos, to wit : in tIle State of
LonisiuaA, uid th.Int ordlnary process
eoaiiot be ourved oni hlm.,
'It is theeforeon' dord i or : iloton of
fnauel Govin, Esquire, Silicitor, for
JOinplainant, that thu 'salml Def'edanut,
saplfer Barttlot, appl'UM anl ansawor the
Counplainsnt' Bill, on or bf)ure tho first
day of Maroh. A. 1). 187(1, otherwise tho
u ,d B oil.wfll bo taken for oonfoesod.
It is further ordered that a copy of
this orler be published o:no a weoalk for
the spaoe'of four months, in tho EIg of
t& Ue. a nOWspapur printed in Ke
WBrt, iu this Ollaitf;,
JOHN T, BARKER.
CLKH1K.
Key West, Nov. 1st '7,5. 4m.

SOMETHtING
:NIE2W!!!


O0 Ct Store, 99 Ct. Store.
TUST RtSoeivAed nd deaignnd for the
*jIoUdy a large and 'beautiful a.
sortment of useful and FPiioy Qoods, for
99 ooeat, oqaUiltlt in part of
Yanqs Bd, a9ista, Toilet Settl,
Pimeay QGlove Bo (hell vwork,)
Staoe Bswue, C ildren's
Dtnnor. SON, Silver plated
Caetor., flve bottles,
Large Lamp with globe, 2Wo Lamp.
fitted, (large sis,) Large Looking
Glass, A GOod Thermometer,
A Good torm l Gass, Silver
plated Cupa and Sugar Dish
A Good lereosope, Silver platd
Kaive Forks, MCands..ffw, s,
A LARGO ALBUM,
Phltograph Prames, Oraquet Sotts,
1 dos. pr. S oak, Podrl IHandtl
Ktim 46 & a 8 blades, ec., ,

A THO USAND OTHER 4 ATIOLEft
2o ewumerous to mention,
At the late store of Captain Ton VAtr.
on Whitehead tro*' ; :
W. at,'7, 'f8J. P AOK '


Ladies' & Gentlemeni's


Corner of .Dyial & Chart4?.-$treof ,
I AM RECEIVING WEEKLY FROM N"W YOAR, r

FRESII GOODS, both Ladies nnd Gentlemen's I pootg apd S ij
Al. "Immom Ar1 "Al n


'ad Uo, vluRNSe s isllr 1ss '. ,
Which I offer now at Reduced Priqcp, lowar.zhan'bofpr
offered in Key West.
.i Plea~o give me a call before urchailng elaswherp, r,
-, ALIe '
LADIES', GlYeTLEMREN'S ^AO ( CA I LD)


hA T.

Key Went, PFI., Nov. 6, '75,

Great Attraction ,


*1.


Bo't at Panie Priceseiia-



BARGAINS BARGAINS 11
A. Liazrge wmri.1%It e w
GONTS FPU.RN HING O&S.D,
.LADIES' FANO9Vb DRxESS GOOD%


MEN d BOYS CLOjWINY, abtrgeo toole,
IHOSTERY, D)OME SICS, )jLEACOJIEI C0OTON,
BOOTS 0C SHOES, I[ATS 24 C.APS, AT~ ,*ao. 400.
'Ao viBRY LOWPlSc10S.
A LARGIC f VARIED ASSORTMENT OF

Hamburg Edgings, &9.,





RIBBONS!-
AT ON-.FOUjTIT1 LESS TItAY T'E R SOLD HERrJ.

AT THEIR OLD ST NIh,4


C. & E. Howoe,
Key West, Oct. 23, 1875.

JOHN H. GREGORY,



GENERAL MERCHANDISE,
W'IOLES.dLD AND 1~AI'AIL.
Ships Messes supplied with all kinds of Sea Stores.

Fine Wines, Liquors, Ales, Mineral Waters,
ErT., BTU. ETC.


Inlportedm nmld J)ostle (iffrass,
Duval Strect, Opposite St. Janesea Hotelo


Key West, FIn,, September 25tlr, '75.


tf.


S *


NEW 8TORE-NEW ..GOWS
On l.llnosontin, urlarr front ilrteet'.
JUST RECEIVED FROM NEW YOk' ',


4 '


-. 7 1







-
Wbiomy is We"lth 1ir1



DufLy s& WVilliInGs,
DEALERS IN COOKING


KITCHEN FURNITURE,
",pitC, 4 Toppoer crIron'.X TVoirl.erj
FilOk~T ITitlIEIT' Og)li,lte Post mii E 9 haq.B on heaht a ariSty pf. Cooking Stoves, consisting of the Onuar,
'YTI A ,vlitaz RAoAs & COTTON PLANT, for wood or coal, which we will
,l l at, for No, 6, $16--for No, 7, $18-for No. 8, 822, and Vuseta
Si'ov, with railing, 820 each, all warranted to bake well or the money re.
turned. All' kinds of Kitheon utensils, with FORCE & LIFT PUMPS. Ship
Side Lights, red and green, at 84.50,
SOur stook of Ttiwar is fl4 tHuld comullot, at reduced prides. All business
required in the Ti l iue pintailty attended to,
Key West, April 17,'75. tf.

S. LO V E,
Qorngo of Eto0 and Elizabeth Streets,
U i .,IlI.IL lIPEi, iE l IN


Dy Goods,
HARDWAII,, CT OTT Y,
WITtt LADIES DiULESI
Ti The Ladies' Department is a
t iilures k:~d att4nutioun. ..
SWst, Fla., January 1, '75.
Adulnllrtt'tritsx IX Months after dato, I will precant

3 my final Accoumts and VutCh ers as
Adminiatratrix of the Estate of JANE
Lwis, to the Hon. Oharleu S. Buaron,
Judge of Monrdo Couuty, anud at the
samB time ask to he dlishargel fIron tbo
further Administration of said Estate.
LAURA GILBERT,
Admliuietratrix.
Key West, Oct. 30, '75. UIsa.

Cakes! Pies!
THE UNDERSIGNED will hare on
hand th, largest assortncnt of
idie. Cefe.,, & i'otsflt'tlis'sms'sy
over offered Oi this city during the
All orders for cakes, pies &e., will
.receive prompt attention, at hit Old
Stand corner of Whitchead & South.
ard Sts.
JOHN SHtIRRER.
Key West, Dec. 24th '75. 2w.
IASI.IC)yNAB3LJ. .

MANUFACTUnI D FROM
THE HAWKSBILLTURTLE 8HBL1.,


A I.Lrge isso SL ,., 1 EPAIRING done on Sewing
S 'Mawhieo, Lucks, Guns,
Pi.s .tols, eli Puml,
l 'r m P" S hop". .jL am p s, y n aus t .
OfflG, FANCY .T All Work %risahatt-U.
^.f4VTS, CP 0, 7JOO.TS I am receiving 4wely from ew York overytth Ih litne W bT i '' d hno ton 8troots.
and Gentlemen's Furislliing Goods, which have no eqUad'in ft Ie u otf.
eity, and at rates perhaps lower than any Qf' rT V 7 't
Gloves at s ir pair.. .
Key West, August 7, '7.,

NEW BUTCHER! od frindsudt
Rcfl Uoeef.t Porkttt Ac, Ac. ftH "ilh t f il-5"bopened at the Id
At Warren's Old Staid, 1ront lSreet. Kbey or rates ah ntonre
(Near the Post Offoe.) laws 1 & 1 to, )Is
THE undersigned offgr to theboit. humeh,-'" no to t ROOhR f ,
L sons of this city, a supply of Beef ograuts anda QUlaa IA O ,.
that has no a operlr in thie market, at a'gt, and dno i .
the usual prices, and intend to offer l A Ob oS
such beef to Hotels and bomardlpg b'" omed fan. .r i n lo
hwban d f for
houses, as will redcom the character of lesI thetame p for
Florida Beef. Ships' messes prcmnptly Is ptoferrebtbi l. .. r/
attended to, ifit iw sL" aY.
at" Choice beef at 8, 10 & 12 ats, .soo :: as eufft i g6od.: AS
C. W. THOMrSOX u,'iv:'d and mabtraltoey a. ..RhAN.
Key West, Oct. 88, '78. t;. tiace- d for. ly.
The other I lm A
R OSS' BAKERY, I rNrd l" tra
ore ofmmn r Iontthrrd Itn. tod. For a undlo n
Cor, of raM a A Moiithrt Mt th& ,leruywan mnd 19
THE undersignod has established a of the F Piunh,.p ab wa
first.clas BAKERY at the abovo quarterly. or awlmlUy, oat ab
stand, whore choice ilr ulai u
CAKES, PIES, and BREAD is For which pato
mdoe a speciality. His Frenuoh Rolls fruom the friend ou a Le
and Graham Broad will be kept fresh J. T. STklag, r
and pure, t toa t
Customers will be supplied at thboir' V ,U.it hy a
?oor, wlt ;all they rdnufre in hislin. Key Wa T, Jau. 1 .
uniare lor thd 9 S8' BAKERY, 01 r
nAa 1 idatrial, __ .A h 1.46a @
.w...r.. n em on __ _


Groceries,
S YANKEE NOTIONS, ac,,
S GOODS,
attended by Miss Sarah Albury, which

tf.
HERNANDEZ ORCHESTRA.
r uHIS ORCHESTRA composed o
I first classes musicians bothon reeo
Sand string instruments, beg leave to of.
for their serviooes at balls, pionuic and on
public occasions where good muslc is re.
1'loy are able, (and take pleasure to
stiatt the fact to the public), to play the
beut selections from Verdi, Straus, and
the most difficult symphonies known to
musi:uil pirofossors.
For information apply at this offoe.
Key West, Dec. 18th '7&. 4t.

BEATTYS nLOB ORGANS I
The beot of all, Sond stamp for list of
tostimuonuths. Address, DANIEL F.
BEATTY, Washington, N. J.

HE Spanish Consulate has been
S ruioved to Puval Street, in
front of St. Janoes Itotel.
Key West, Oct. 28, '75. tf.

BEEF! BEEF! BEEF
T HE Undersigned begs leave to in.
form the citizens, that on WED.
NESDAY next lie will offer the
best quality of
BEEFE In THE MARKET
at the usual rate, and solicits a share
of the public patronage,
W. F. BURTS.
Roy West, Oct. 2. '75. tf.

Beaktty PI'ANO!
OHAND SQUAITE AND UPRIGHT, \
"Phews wlehrttttifA fiiutrutients have
attainvil a wonderful degree of popular.
Ity among the muielal fraternity genor.
ally. They have been tested by, and re.
cIlve4l the po.)itive iudorseamonts of some
of thl. most o.l.bratod musieiana for
harmony and riuhneas of tone. They are
without a superior."-Runtingdona U'l
IMonitor. IW'dF Agents wanted. Bend
stafnf ,rcittalnoiue. Address, DANtIL
F. B ATTY, iinh tono,,w ofrsey.

TA X' NOTICE !!
will b at my-store qor. Caroline
& SiuM tn tsa firm A. M.,
to 7 P. M.,' r the purpose of colliet.
ing City. Tax for the ptronset year.
R. M.KM ilIP,
SOlit&y 0I, CoUoctor.
KX e liwO,16,, 0f.


PIERCE & ALBUBY,
Cergbr of Elisabeth ,C I'leming.Stree.,
XET wEST, FLORIDA,
DealersI h n'






Millinery Goods,

Ribbons, Flowers,

Yankee Notions,

Boots and Shoes,
Lasdl'Ms', Yllm~cs ansd Chilldren's LaItest |ttyle ot






Shawls, Blankets,

Piano Covers,

Edgings, Insertions,

Lace Triimmings, &c,

The Largest Stock of


1ey West,Fla., May 8th, '7.

LQ IN o5 rAN A 41 U 1 T0UR82L7sS I \


Jvlobe 4 l$41s,* hGreadlnea, Laitns, 4ilpaa
A.4 W1o~ Proenct Casalneres, .Raven Mohalr,,
.Morenoes, .Linen Sufting, lEmimtes Suitiag,
Cretonne Percales, Satn Srpe .~ rou .Fro.,
Prints in great variety, new styles. Also Oollarotte in great variety,
3"4ZXxoCr BWO'3fMt 71WO"reirp
fewlrmg AlIk Vells, ..J0et Jewelry, /
WB.BET-rL A{FAYP jYed,
easived Wpr Oity of Waeo,
CM C 2 ,. z 'Wi.
Koy West, Fl., January 1, '75.
'* I


JAMS 0. QuaOe.


wro*w"-!i aji3e! sNrow' ao --tt


UR R Y & CURTIS,
O. OORN Oi DUVAL AND GOfUNI.ASTBW I
OlEMR to Cheir friend and the ublc, a frt full uly
RYGOODs, GB ll, bWAI,
ioUtlEfY C.Y O.BtREY,
PROVISIONS, WOODEN WARE,
Ac., &o., &0; &O.
Uir This establishment will conane itself entirely to sappli for fo "
Us, and intend keeping on hand only fresh and gopo.d .
and thoroby merit a share of the public patrpnag
CALL ANDl E 014 OV AU M.
L'


;Wq~p Of AbO Vl
0 1 .5
p.r


MIJA ISN OCuaVY,


___


Li ~


I


1`;"! !~'"~~~'~ 9~ 'ry:


EMPORIUM:
CLOCK, WATCH, JEWELRY, SILVER WARE,
T E Subscriber would rp'eptc.tfully call the attention of his friend and the
public, to li large and carefully selected Stock, consisting of ,
Watlhest, Clacks, Jewelry, Silver Ware, Do, Plated
Ware, Spectaclesa, yoe-Glasses,, Revolver.,
Table attd P'ooket Cudlery, and AmneAum lton of all
Altnd, Stationery/, 31tdeaul Zatw:up~ ts,
And a largo Stock of
Z'P aExo o .Lrtilolem
SUITAPL P0o9 rUSUENTr.
1W" I;eeariug in the OLQOK, WATCH, and JEWELRY LTNIJ
promptly attended to, and pattfaction gtIuSa teed, "
Key West, Fla., Jatuary 1, '75. (


C, & E., HOWE,
At the Old Stand Once Morq,
W7'E hawo justt received op of the largest Stook of
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, CLOTHEIWQ,
Hate and Caps, Boots and Shoes, Jardwa.ure
Cutlert Provisions, Fa'utrewttwe trosW ,
Wooden at4 Willow Ware#., Yankee Not.yse,
Fquorsp, Perfumesri Stationery, Can Meats, .te,
ALSO,
A largo supply of

FANCY ARTICLES,

LADIES FURNISHING GOODS, AC., AC,
Th hsa eyor been brought to this market. Cheap for OA&,
Pleae call and eeo our Stock before purchasing, All orders o0 Nl X Tork
*nyi eive 'out prompt attet'-on.
aey West Fla., January 1., '75. f.


I


JDAT~e~


aeonsB~






Toi


NEW^Ym i
NEV co~OSI!
Sha', ji t iro)lvd fr6im Now York,
T l y tlho lastt y't .ltu'r
A PULL ASIORTMENT OP
IMt V i 01N, SJIOHn,
IlIntH, ()I)tdles, enilt's
fid/lont s,, )
'. /, "."< ..'No ,

M t'O('CPCR,, &C.
All of which I will gllrantliot o s ill
anm clap, if 'olt, 'lhiueapl11r l11u ian) ohllerr
stort ill tOWil,
K ey v W Sl,, Slpt. 2U5,'75. ly.
( TY M APHM.
TRlE NOw Mnap off the City are now
rviady for s al. Pri.u, pla.in, 2.00
noltuu and i ,ld coi'l 5 oU.
A lp)ly at the (,nlico of
A. F. & C. TMFT.
Key WP.st, .an. 1, '75. tf.

G. W.CAREY,
WINE A& LIQU DEALER
Whole srala:a ~lottril,

SX CHANGE,
?. ^'TWIET.
Will kcop on .h w,.a, olwoico selection
'of Wines, Liquor,e Segars, &e.
Key Weot, Jan. 1, '75. tl.

NOTICE.
mI7 E ncIutdorsifnd would reapoet-
JL fullyinformtthe citizens of Key
West, that 'li hab opened a
C~oiLa 0l td.ccre
on Shuonton-Street, adjoining the r2.
.idence of ,Wlflll'i T. Pitcher, w -rher
thiero will be found the best
Ul4llvalr & DIoiia nlle CI (iar'N,
by the Wholesale and Retail, at very.
moderate prices.
Tlhe pIbllIb t0fagc it respectfully
solicited.
Or1drs fronil ll.lc)tli m illl b strictly
atteniled tto wi.lh clarity anlid dispatch,
f'romn ilyV own1 Fil'tory.
J.OSE A. TORANO.
Key Vuest, Jan., 1, '75. ly.*
BEATTY CELEBRATED
BETT S Q9Iolden Tongue
PARLOR Q aAN are i'liltr raeoom
M. JetllyItI of,,t John
B. 11. a Iauior/ Rcjhiitg
toe, B, i M.
tait; x). w. nol VPof ton,
PhiliulV'llbhidt, ad tbounenids of others as
the be t in uai,. S(iin stlamp for extend.
ed list of telstilunills I -befolro ulyillg a
parlororl-it A'iite want,l vwr yw'hro.
Adilress, DANIEL F. BJEAI'TY,
NNashington, 1N. J.

SIGNAL LANTERNS,
SAND 8111' 4

for ls'i'O'eM4('o o(l p Il 4ir Oil.
A great varie.'ty, jlHft. received by
FOGARTY A JOHNSON.
Feb'y. 20, '75. tf.

BEATTY'S PARLOR ORGANS I
Any flrst.-class PAiNTaI AND LETTERRTi
caii find Smiinthihn'; to his a(Ivaintngp by
addrl'eain, tih Illltbniiit'al 'n. DANIEL
F. BEATTY. I ii liingtn, N. J.

ICE-CREAM FREEZERS.
A LARGE Assortment at Duffy's, at Now York prices.
Prcce p$ !.'all at once.
Key Vest, Jan. 1, ';75. tf.

3Bea;tiy PIANO!
GRAND EQUAIIE AND UPrIOUT.
This splldil Piano Forte combines
every implvrnov llvnt in tono3 with power
'and grclt duralbility. and has received
the nnqTinli'dl cldlorslnomnts of the high.
Pst ImusiiC:l .iitlLhnti'ln for its marvuloua,
xit r'll.l uiry l riy :'ili'BsH ot' tnel having
NO BU1'1lft1I(,l IN THE WORLD, Largg
sizr". 7T Octaves, O()vrstrutng Bnas, Full
Iron Frirse, Frencth Grand Act;ion, Frct
Desklt. Curvodl Ptdu.li Solid Rosewood
Moldingg, Ivory Key Front, CInped
HleS'i'm. r (h ira. t Truleblo, &, Libunrl
discount to.tlhc trtido. Agents waLintd-
mahl or fenmIl., i'c' HSnd etnnop for
eirrulnr. 'Alri'e0k, DANI1L F.
BEATT Y,' Wnshllgton, Nw\V Jo'esy,

OLD BAKERY
rT -ErTr'TA13 I I H EiD.
Corner of Whitehead & Soutlhird Streots.
TIHE5 undorsignod boKsa cavo to inform
hill old friends n.na cnstooers, that
he hea opoaed 'oc tln at his Old Stand,
whirhe will s lpply
riadU, ftles, Oakes,
;:. onfootlorl;ry, Ao., &o,,
Broead

tofore. *
JOHN SHRU8.bR.
Key West. Juni 10. '75 -, tf.
COFFEE HOb60USE,
For Ladles and Centlemen,
VHIIS poite4r resort Jihs bLpe reju-
' i-' livata and thq iirpriettnr is now
ready to entertain i fridnds, in a
martinr ,leasing to the~ofsdv. *
CAKES. PIES, ab IdOFFE,
can be hRd at, nll tmnos uap to 11 at
pight. I
MAiRCUS OLM ERI.
Key West, Jan. 16, '75. ly.

SYMMONETT'S SALOON,
FRONT STREET.
.." ,,,,',. o.i ; -
Wholosale and Retail.
Key West, Jan. P, '75. t'f.

P.- M. OLD.
EIIbEii,
<.' ,I'AI,\TIII3., ,
;;^' a. nd, G44*IEl.'
Bll tM~ilf ildingR and b-nmnientnl
Pain' dt1g -ripino, Ma,, exooeutod with
netatoes, priomnness',44i dispatch. :
Alt'o'rss left iut tho store of G. W.
Mastll v til IbO *attly attonude ti.
*Key West, Flu., iT1. L '74. ly.


8TE HIP AG E'11

^A. y~cl. tor o. 3a? y. y .
^48 3r. g" 4 ,0 m .m M ,
1I'OOT or FITZPATRLIWCK,.fIT IT.
T7.e Neww york tad AsalveHton U. 8. Mail Steaishi4p Lno, pospoued of p
following first Olass Steamnhips- :-
STATE of TEXAS, Oapt,Slolg(t9, 1 00 Tonp.
nITY of WACO, Capt. Croonman, 1000 ,
OITY of AUSTIN, Capi. Eldrldgo, 1300 ,,
CLYDE, Capt. Kennedy, 1900 ,,
0CO. W. OLYDK, Capt. Ponnlngton, 1100 ,,
Arrivlng every THURSDAYS from Now York, and TUESDAY
from GAL iTsaroN, carrying Mails to Galveston a u ,thronulB
passongeor to wJ OrUleans.
' Key Wut, 1.,Ja ,iry 1,'75. tU.


so


Mail


fttoeawrer v'Mail0Y" Olt,
-[FRBOM I-
KEY WEST To/fEDAR KEYS,
And I. IQr;,bgq itto flaii iings.
q .W. Mi r.tAY, a"ote'.,jr
Leave Cedar Keys pu ,'RIDAYV. Arrive at K,,y W'est on Mdo DAYS.
KCy Woe t on UONDAYS. Arrive at Codar Keys on THURSDAYS.
Toucling at Manatee, Tampa, Palmeto, and Punta Rassa, both going and
returning. For froiiht br pasdaae (haring excellent aecommodatkio).
Arply to the Captainoil board.
Key West, May 22, '75. tf.


,II .


St. Jamies TIotel,
DUIVAI.STIREETI Whf. LED SWITCH, IProprietor.

TI IS well appoint OTe L ,.Gas ,on thoroughly renovated, a la
ready to rtcelve gueti. ''
Furnished rooms to ra, wth o t o board at moderate rates.
Ke' Ws !t May r ,'i 75
Key W ?8t, May.2 '75. i' ,l


/IT



ANI? TAN


R,. .A 'y-


r "NLLJ i'
% 'rM~5(

AD. 33. sv YML 'I4;,9g XX


Doors, Sashes, Blinds,

Mouldings, Brackets,


Newels,


'T3Y eooitinuui idditlons to toait 6ili$E ocehho 'bwsomphqlx. and varied
113 assortment of u'oI(i~dIZO. lo Plodlilt i# any oii establishment in
tQa FA ad,8a1S l 1enispfl ii f almost avory rlitS~ oqf GOQDO, Inoluding t

PROVISIONS A0D GRWCERIs

55Jl5O7llD ~riiU#rQAlZ' Fl ~ fi2~i
FMn WIMEB AND LIQUOR% '-4' eI11E OPPM ULERrT,
IAUWII~ IM1

ALM WAS


per~ID4 al Arso


Beddng, Rur, oMattin, ..fotvee, ?p pYtpapes.
41TPK7ZPPYD U~1..l~to ~B~ WW *ow',$ade@.
Gold, Sf,'.r and Bronaa Lertf, Tuacc4 Ifvir4/mWrnta,


C~tronometaepg., Ba&rom~eter, 2 1wormaomndte~ru
.Teleacpe$, jfrefttjeGl.aeu, OEye Glaasea,
~ipotcra~el, .r5sola aa.4 Sportmma,&'a Gooda,


now


&s Co.

OdMM~SI~ "MERCHANTS,
~AND:


DEALERS IN



efllk, 0 a IIT 1
+ -' --,iAND:-- .7
FAMILY SJPPLIES.
Steamers supplied with Coal and Wlater, upon short notice.
Key West, Fla,, January 1, '75. 'y.

Just Received
By last Steamer from New York, a full supply of

FRESH GROCERIES, &C.,
A ML L YXa' Uj ..j.-- -T I &,
TOGETHER WITHt
A QOP SUPPLY OF
ROMf00C# 0DRY GOODSo
FANCY GOODS, PERFUMERY, Ae, CANNED GOOpS,
And in fact every thing almost that any no may require.'
All'of which will be sold cheap for CAISIH.
S TILIAMt A. PITCHER.
Key West, Fla., January 1st, '75. ly.

W. D. OA SE,
At th e GM, PBUILDIN,'
SCorner Front & Duytl e'antp.
HAS JUST'REPLENISHED fd 1Rd4EW YORK,
J ufJ ISfUPPLY b'



CLOTHING, BOOKS, STATIONARY, As.
iSpei'j*orf tl .ny offered itsn t$s Oity.
S. '" 'i *' '. AMONO HIS


ARE
SHAWLS AlI) UALMOIAL SKIRTS,
i ASSORTED FANCY REGATTAS,
BLEAOCHIED"4x UNBLEACHED COTTON OF ALL KINDS,
SAo, a.pmPlto easortmiqnt of
YANKEEI NOTIONS, HATS AWD CAPS,
BOOTS AID SHOES FUIAlfRt e, &A., o.
CABIN MES ah&d' SBHIP I"tI8 nvppliod at short notice.
Key West, Fla., January 1, '75. tf..
.7 :,


F.."I IW i L E. &


Sup m C1&ctndlerV,


arn 4.sht


Corn,


Fai#94 Oilp,


Braualsee M~~4~plra 0fiinda..


Hay,


AN' BUILDING MATERIAL, INCLUDING

SAS,, L IR.J 0 R S,

$CE N*E

PLASTER PARIS, &G., &C.
Tho Housekeeper 4 dt meant is extotsive, and domiprsaos many
l.... 1 A rticln a lmontn Indisrl nnnn l. t n t i.o a ila


CALL AND SEE'"N--v
THE IMMENSE VARIETt.
JdAd.L e0 Col.r0T1r oed..
January 1st, 1875. -


KEZMMAIA IOGAnTY.


FUND. W. JOHNOON,


FOGARTY & JOHNSON,
AT THE OLD WFAND) 0 J. F. PACKER,
Are now prepared to ofler to thoir sBtrons and the public,
A FRESH AND WELL ASSORTED


Stook


SHIP CHANDLERY,


of G-rooeries,
00YANKEE NOTIONS, ROERY WARE
YANKEE NOTIONS, CROCKERY WAIRE,
4'


SON,


Si .



Have constantly on hand all kinds of Dressgd and Undresaod
YELLOW. PIY4E LUMBRJ-l,
MAHOGANY, JUNIPER,. ND CYPRESS BOARDS,
JUNIPER SHINGLES, MOULDINGS AND LATHS, '
*:' ^orxxx.8 C IX. :. 1...
Key Vest, Fla., Jadiu y t,.'7,5. .. i tf
-t4


Balusters,


STAIR RAILS, SASH WEIGHTS, &c.
AT MANUFAOTmVRRS PRICE,.
Special atbontion given to Black "Walnlut and other First.elans work,
e(ro guarantoo all Goods ordered through us, to be at New York Pricos,
We always, present Original Bills, so th m partles can see that we make 1no cxt
ohaoge., a 'hose drderllny through us tq pay the additional oxplne,o o 'rociglht,
N., I.-lCsltiMal tes sl s trllsehld oi npplicatlion to P. A ..


Key West, Fla,, May 15th, '75.
IlIOUIMAKING.

R. HICKS,
SOOT AND SHOUMAS2,
Pront, Cor n T]F informs his friends that 1i is now
Already to do all kindsofeustoit.work,
In the best possible manner, and war.
ranted good nits. His charges ~it be
rhoderato.
A ipoelallty will be made of reparing,
In a neat manner.
Key West, Fla., January 1, '75 ly
J. F. MCKILLIP
LAI)MIE,'
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER,
IN


CHARLES tSO1N.


BLACKSMITH, MACHINIST,
AND

BOILER-MAKERh.
WALL-STREET,
plpnirs all ZINSB of MA011INI Y,
*j A T ri TT 'r Ti rl .. _* 1 ..


SAWYIR'S CLOTHING STORE uLA. Ua~oiAI l WU VYAL I,1 ai t
WRONT STRLET. liranehes promptly done.
He intends making Ladies' Boots ITonRs-7oIIOI NOn a fpeciality.
and Shoes a speciality, and will attend Key W.st, Jan. 30 '75. tf.
the residence of any lady to measure
Iioee fts. 8111
,p..JaR. 1, '75. ly. BEATTY 8 IIOLD
EWSTORE I NEW GOODS!! TOrGU; PARLOR ORGANU. RAYS
FPAIILY iliUPPrllIlMN. oF LiaHTir RoM rm T Palss:
.PIHE undersigned have established le'attvy' Golhlen Toligui Parlor Or' ,
a themselves in business, at their niiw IIn ni;'ae won 1for tlihesolvoe, a goo
Store on Whitehead, between Southlar(d & rFepltaition far and wide,--Washiigton'
Angela Streets, where they are now re. (N. J.) $tar,
ooiving a large andl full supply of We, w would reoleninl t his excellent
instrunimcent to tIhe inmiical world, for
NEIV AND FEffl"t i its fineness of tone,--Pe1trsalwrg (Ind.)
GROCEB IES, Democrat.
HA R.-DIV R, 1V Woodbino Lodgo of Odd Fellows
hilts purchased onel of Beatty's goldenn
Wooden Wae, Tonglto Organs, and it is thm best in.
C.TL E I, Hl'llilhllIt *vNr t 1,1l'()g Io this towit. --
Wo' And everything required for flmilius. The instrument gives (utiro satis.
Their 'arngonlmonts are aeh inl New fia'tin. mAy 'vrothlir, who il, rchamed.
York that their supply will be kopt up. th1ei organ, is highly plelasd.-- -Meni
with nothing but the boht ,of p hii -1 'i, I ve t.
Tiiii u 'i Ii I.',' i'h It ( lul7'c tc a first.
ehurel m1uiis" :ilhouil tr'sy a FIveitty by
1W Call and see our Good(H. -4 all iieim''.--T-.-'i ,cv' il:hl.] O utlI;,P
GANDOLPHO MARTIN. Its tonll6 e'l;uid4 the[ lnesit we have
a7 5MA Tf. ever V l erd .-Fliii' i 1) Dtocrat.
Key West. Sept. 11. '75. tf. It is mprnodne;ed H ;eiitlndid instrn-
Snit.. --.Til E, I.0ll'NH ilettCr to Fin-
A eatt PIANO Ia.y SA repultatioi n whi'lich iltees thell
GRAND 8QUARE AND UPRlIOiT. aove susiviiiio The ,'io iidorsed
EzIdorsed by tho highest mnsic.l ll. by the "igKlest In slical 'aiithoritius
thorities throughout the world aas TIHE' throughmontu tthe world ie the lest,--
BEST. St. Charles [Mo.] Gossip.'
"Mr. D. F. Beatty. nt Wn.shingtonl A'genits wanted everywhere to can.
Warren County, N. J.. Ihs engaged iii vnasq l( for tlhis se]rior iiuslrui it ; '
the manufacture of pianos, anl jiul'ini Address, DANIEL f.. BATTy,
from his energy, enterpriio neid iniuic(:l Washington, N. J.
ability, the public may oxpeoot to Hmou,-re
in his pianos woll.finished, durable Iadlll .. D... . .o .. T . .
fiue.toned inatrumouts, at a voe'y ioder. The Plaoe to Buy is Up-TOWl
ate prioO."-Lambertvillo [N. J .] Roeord. AT TII
Se knd stamp for oatalouno. Ad. WEST LA IESNOTION STOR &s'
dress, DANIEL F. BEAT, Wash. KEYWESTLADIES'NOTIOSTO
ington, New Jersey. Cor. Fleming & Bahama Sta.
B. P. BAlrca, F. W. RoiinTrs, THE GOOD TIMES HAS 00MBI I


T.. R. RUaSBLL.







B. P. BAKER A CO.,
HOUSE CARPENTERS
-'AND--
'U ND E ] T A KI E I I S.
WVAlLL-MTRNIIT.
The undersigned beg leave to call
the attention of their friends that they
have opened a Shop on the above
Street where they will be able to do
all manner of business in their line in
a workmanlike manner, by contract or
otherwise.
UNDERTAKERS a a IbPIOIALITY
Are able to make and repair furni.
ture rendering it as good as now, at
Mseaonable ratos. Give us a trial.
Key West, Jan. 23, '75. ly.
FLYING PONIES I
FLYING PONIES 111
T HO undersigned has opened hii
Delightful exhibition in his garden,
corner of Front apd Sonthard Streets,
near Marine Hospital, for the season.
Persons desirous of passing an hour
in pure and healthful recreation, can
do so on any evening except Sunday.
He has erected the large Drummond
Light for the benefit of ladies and
others, who enjoy this healthful exer.
else.
JOHN GALLAGHER.
Key West, June 19, '75. tt.


*s r.r _. BEATTY aPzXa..co1
ST'l i RAND SQUARE AND uPRIOIr.
S--" .-" "Theseo Pianos are tho finest in th;
w world as rogards tone and excellonoc.-
"' lanlnd f Tn I Re 9llluuntingduu L itual n
StTht Boatty Pno s prouounood by
Op iD o4 i e W, that the are pro. aU, th swetest toned intrumant man.
Tv OIdto i ,t II O._ and't dnpatoth fa.otnrod." -Gottyltinrg ILPr.-1 Coatry,
' sithe- ion r. The Boatt Pianos, grand quaru amnd
S th.r oor aod all the up right, are remarkable for their beauty
T 0 hpl of flkniih, as wellas for the sweetness and
'' ,A o volume of tono."-Mliddletown [N. Y.]
'4 'Morelury.
S.. "Mr. Beatty is arenonsible businuss
rf '' .. ....,. fan."--Washlngton [N. J.] Star.
rIMB' 'AR Agents wanted ovirywbord. Sond
y Wet, 1, .. .ifor oatalorue. Addrosa. DAN I ,1
Key Wesort, F T. ly. P. BEAT'TY, Wyiwhihtigion, New J.T'ry.
I' .- .'. i, .. .. .
,* .m
,' .~a.:~f ,; ",? ", -


LOW PRICE ALWAYS WI Il
The Ladies are all rushing uptown
to Buy their Goouds from

JAMES R. CURRY.
Where they find everything they.
want can le 1.had very ci'eap, of the
Latest and most Fashionablh Styles;
who has a very largo Stock to select
from, and which is continually increase.
ed by selections made by his Agent in
Now York. His Stock' is very corm.
plot in
Staple and Fanoy Dry Goods,
NOTIONS, LADIES' ONNBTS,
RIBBONS, TRIMMINGS, TOYS, &c.
Key West,Jan. 1st, '75 tf.

Wm. & Jos. F. Albw~ry,
SHIPWRIGHTS AND CAULEERS.
I EVOTE themselves entirely to
I business in their line, and p110go
themselves to do everything in a work.
nnnlike mannnor, nnd at rnasonablo rates.
Key West, April 10, '75. tf.

PRIVATE BOARDING H OUdt&.

sho hau roeoEntlopenodf aBi.~olgouse
In the now lbuldllnA ML r Pine, oa Du .,
val Streoo, near tt Btslae al,
whero she will o1xre her d
ment In reondurina.hr geioats 1 pitt.
quiet and orderly htno. Torms inoder.
Key West. Dec. 20. '7 ,

BEATTYS o8 s
Agents wanted everywhere, male or
female. Address, DANIEL F.
BEATTY, Washington, N. J. ,

SPARKLING SODA WATER
J AND --
1113 P (t I GINGEICU ALM.U
O0-'DDAUaHT,
At- JOHNSON'S.
Key West, March 20, 75. tf.
- -- 6-

JOHN T. ATKINS,
PAINTER,. *
RA~Y AINI Glaseing, Gilding,
Sand paper having.
Paint Shop, on Fleming-streeo, near
the Garrison.
Ky Wept, Aug 2, '7,. h ',


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