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: October 26, 1878
Frequency: weekly (published every saturday)
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 )
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: VID00011
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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A lein^- ufi AIty Welmt la t'em AND
T Oin of cul m n0011th, at 7 1
'; Solicitor in Chancery,
",.- :/ Vistith' mpnmmip ns enor.
S ---' it/ ,il itiiitcil to atit. ld. IKEY WEST FLA.
S iit JPE'. L' PY, P. ICoy West, Jan. 1, 75 ly
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i.. t hirH.i t1 l and U. S. Con issioner
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i Couuntv o'urteis.
ICvn Weat, Jan. 1, '75. ly
u,. W. iTIRI~LL.
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-i9' Will practice in U, S. State
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9 l L.A l) C'iOl l" IfO()l.)(li
3-,itt every Muludty it 71 P.M., at
Joil T.'nimplim'st Hall.
Jno. T. lhumafnl W. C. T.
WM. II. WI miA.UAms, W, 8.
O(1ignnized My 15th, '74
1;v Wei'ut, May ist. '75 ly.

No. I, I. I. Coed Tomplars.
AM.ct veryv Satu'rdlay at 7 P.MI., at
dlhivi L odgo %luoiin.
8. S. CrnR.y, W. C. T.
;',miii" ov'r. `"'li, '74.
'Key Wust, F'b'y..-. ,6. Iv.
No. 20, O o. ooed Templare.
Meets every Wednesday at 7 P. AT
,tt their Hall.
EDwAnn F. LxY, 'W. S.
Kuy WeVst, Sept. 9th, '75. ly.
Meuts every Tuesday aeftnoon at 6
p. n. at Good Tomplars Hail,
CHAu. F. MiLAU voUi R. 8.
Aug. 10. '75,
No,. I, ofr Plaoida.
Comvocatiuus on the evenings of the
second Friday of each montb,, at the
Counbil Chamber, at 71 P. M.
All visiting Companions, oordially in.
vitod to atteud.
'J. W. V. R. PLUMMna O. 0.
O.-D. HAWxuis, B.
Key West, May 20, '78. ly.
Fie rPolloee
,This foeto meets at the City Hahl
on the a2d and 4th Monday of e aol
By order of Quipt, Owynn,
a ., WATSON. Seoy.

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BSll ttea, between Gree Fronl
.. tan .

turnerr of Front & Ann streets,
; .ar WTas:e FttA.,
Key West Jan. 2, '75. tf.

li.). .JOS( ),1'PI OTTO,
Druggist and Chemist,
Fanoy Goods, Stationery, &o,,
Sotio sEmbalmed anu forwarded to Frisnts
]'lih k.'!allus' Pr'eu rlptlouls uacuriately
11;'p'11red it all hours of the day or night
Dr. A.V. V. 3R. PLT.TUMER.
OFFICE, SigioutoA St. ono door
abovo Fleouing.
Key West, Jan. 1st. '75 ly.

LBillillnesa Dl)}Te3tory.,
Hi ENSON &fi' I L L I AM 8,
Juia. Oth. 1877. 1y3
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Janm. Uth, 1877P a ly3
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Jan.l th, 1877. yV

Think ofyour heod in the morning.
At his Old Stand on Front St.
DnETERMINING to live and let
J live, he will reduce his figures as
Shaving 15 cents,
Shampooing 1i
Hair oumtting 20 "
Hair dresing 5 "
Spalgalattention paid to all .the
handioteu youu mean of the city.
Old Fogies rejuvinated as au toolm.
tpodatiom to them, when hie hair.dye
i' of good material.
English spokean- l the Professor.
Key Wet.u July 'T78. f.
Wa. & Jos. Albiy,
"T BIVOTU thets vaer BBi-thl t
- busineewin tiA U, anI paTh
theoileri to do. evrthlia ina work.
UaL 01t e tar. d a r0&Ablbt'r .

WALL Stamui adJulinrAt. loi',
Are pro ared to to tll rkhds o
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.-A. ..,lio. l e. sathe B .o o r af Iuisoro week, and during such other times of aulaulnu Ladles FIglh a unesol. Platto'rm or theo Natlolan
Sf L.p -Couustv. day ay the deputy clerk or registra-. A good deal ham buen heard ou[ thu ireplenuaok Labor Party
TICE is hreoby givcmn that the tion officer may deem necoseary, and progress of female omanlp mtion in of Ieon Coumty.
S followhig is th boundary line of close on the tenth day preceding the ssi, but it it somewhat of novel. We, the members of the National
i tui'trli 1111 1 aob E lect ion DistritIl in the County od o dfaction. AlH persons who t y t indItho Russia lad io flgyring OreeIback Labor Party, forming thu
o.fu\' Ul>roi, wIith thi name of tw day ooeeol ,A" ptr'on who in the character of duolisti, as was rTlahasseo Olil. No. 1, of the State
I '&B "i. m limte., ,. f Il raas.,n.- .. nt a du tv clerics i avu never registered, or whoso names the oaso not long aince with two il, d i 1
11 I 6,ttt of tl several have boon stricken from thu reglstra. bullets of Petigorak, a well known of Florida, do this 10th of October,
n | ^ j JI"' '" ll no *l Min ( v. tiin lims t L nulre.isotr with hm dopt. fashionable resort o thu meuort.horn 1878, proclaim tho following to be
I 1-1. i1 ,l*f. 6 ,, 1 C, : l. thn di1l. 1i sh l ut or registration ollear hte 'o l slope o mif the Caucstum A dispute ouri plti.,rin of 'rincil nus :
g.S in which tLie registration list imunm.1 for their election district, amd os between the riai 1eauties, Wurnu, t, D"m vioi.i, a m reek-
I.i. ? .. 0' 11 t...'oi-o Itt ope t the^ U 1 s..A out bi T10t eI the attoN. ii i,.r 1'8by
t Il D fe~ .*C -.. A. .inHPt<)Ve4 .i.. i"t,.t l bl~d e, .. oTRvA v officoff 'lt 'ediur i LLCo 6 -,ll .h-i-1 g crisll t.i 0ounr. thVll l
tlkows-"-viz h: beginning t.,.lto "vhos' auts ',y ," m ho. .f .quia el ran .1o high of real estate is epreolatod, industry
be f I 0!r-.or 'K y Wat A' Co untyegis rtiont a th Aons hlpatoioal ralyvod, trade dep'ossed, business
.(,I; Of rl of KA4h Wimmt i 1 > otgt-i and oxtnn lit hro tad to tile othor with i' formal inlcomesand wages reduced, unparal-.
IM s- 1 ,Atailc1isI c.i.1 Z eI'L _(iSuvhid$t 'l6 ,t. chauu"d tlicir placs of resid.iice from challenige, vhich was instantly accept. l i i t
I e of io. t .nl lltzs.t.ha nl.eet nti ,' ,U, inclidimg tt to th. ouo lotion district to atnothor, aro St i t, tit requiod to ropOrt said ,aigo to the seconds ii lonely place outside the d Iddl losses of our eopl. t
H HIS Housois weookl receiving from Nw Yorl;, oi, simply of Clothh. i,iouhl ,I.hi, and shLull also comprise (.lork of the Circuit Court Lit hi town, each armed with an braco of land filled with fraud, oembezzlemennt,
..I. ing a to exhibit a firet.class Stock of dll the islads extending iu o wtr. out our Hou loaded pistols. Before, however, they bankruptcy, crime, suffering and
r i tug Na S D nOYexh a fir st- class Week o f N H S C"%dtil.,e',',n ro ,uiidini ludi n office iml the County Court House, had even taken up their respective starvation I
M-It1 0- CL TH T C le Dr" no eywoest ieludim within ten days preceding the day of position, tlo trembling of teoo oe n. ..
MEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHINJ, HATS,&C. 9ill(, l-'as K t i of te Ott A*L;j3, wH.n. The.,ol, itica lar
Sareflly s lertd assortms, of e ." .. election, lady's hand caused her pistol to oex. wn A, The political par.
A careful selected assortment of new ad lgant LI rgistration lit of Election In testimony whereof I plode prematurely, sending n bullet ties offer no belief, but on the cou. *
D rit No. 1. will be kept open at have hereunto set my hbnid through the dress of the other, who trary are responsible for this sad
prin u m m er oods, io of tho Clerk of tho Circuit [ .] and seal of Court at Key shrioled, nd fell down i a woou. state of things, having legislated in
tourl t the Couity Curt House. West this the seventh day T"he assailant, frightened out of her variably in the interest of the fow a
o, o'obtA, at, the ioigy awart llousoy o feOpoo aer. variablywtstileugianwtyeresofhe wa
At prices lower than ever befroo offered in Key West. Please aiill tnd [ 1letion District No, 2 is bounded of 0o tbr. rushed to raise the supposed corpse s of the many, and against
JOHN...T R rushed to lthe expense of the many, and against
exames. JOHN J. DELANEY. s followD-vir: 3eginninig at the Cleork of Circuit Court. but her ungrateful antagonist, ro. the interest of land and laboro..ich
Key West, Jan. 1, '75. . foot of D"uvil Street, at the dividing covering her senses as suddenly as are the sources of ull wealth, we call
linm of Istrict No. 1 and extending p, she had l st them, clutchedhoer by upon the people to declare thoheir index.
S easterly along tht t terslofthu haSti 1m0 TRY'. t- her cars with the other in the mot tpendoance of thoso false guides; to
So f v y West to Blizabuth Street, Thie Conduct of ift.* e nergeti style. The firing havin this aod we invite the co.oporatioii o
.' V .~~ .. l m th long thu South. Be it ood that we do, let us do It, now ceased, the battle proceeded han every good citizen, and offer the' fjl
t' r- --.-id.e of Elizaboth Stre-t to th e Giving soul and strength to our 4dee to hand, Looks of hair, ribbons, and lowing re: lutions, anuounecitory of
AI(WrI I t U _.Oth Mch I11,11d thenceoiN wester. u'plorootile harwd rookand us shreds of clothing flow in every oumr priuiles
C L O T H.IN ST O R E y deotio n along te line of Souh thu direction, and but for the timely
y ion long to ofou And oomnpas the thing 'hat we neea, advent of three ore four policemeon the 1. Resolved, That we demand the
ESTI Arrivals of Clule g : r i~~ooe, ch, to thi dividing lip of Di a ftray might have opened like the abolition of Nationmil Banks and thm.i
r I Arrivals of Cloallil , .jl"lIse.ligp ooods,-rit A.No,.Dos h. ao vr I out hea t arolod buiover, eowhat similar combat of the issuing by the Government oft og' &
, Or, in fact, anythingg and everything pertaining to fitting out the i T h it hibe n1 a m oimnt.' 08 Hato ipock thle heart otho lover? only remark on hearing the story forall duer m-prblio and private
Luanw form divine, remeunboe, that our 3, d- lity k oi registratin onficer Must wrong bu the victor of right? was: "It's. ky they took to claw. eluding dutles on imports as we)l
for tin D1)istrict No. '2, nd the Ytin Fate there is freolom !or each one ing each oth2lnstead of ime. the rincial and interest .on bonds
Spr n gu' "[ inood r<.triti. ;A. 'w. A, e. I'VIA iiwl-* 'VEvo Spg & Su me ..9 w A..t..4lrO. ii 9 e, kebt open at his storo on Simonton And the bolts of ilk fortune ci, rach Aon 0n of Ex1Oue. i it.uile iti alntasolne ~,le.1 ,t o j4,;1 : 1..A-.
SS r v o ir e,, botwei | kFle mnm ing and South. May mMiu, bvt tLhoy nevor thf ll kill, A few days ago a co :,plo of young ,otld And silv r i.
Is now ready for inipet~ioui, til mivr IUon eom,-.oi.e or ,citetr m i StrtA. E ver onward and upward pursuingg bloods entered tie siekhug car of a 2 e 114m'd tht, t VI
.C..t. i "3tiin ..cLiu i, Di.Tthiet, No. 3 eom irs The aim that Is thief f)r thie day., P W & B. R. R. tin and tried to ,lotof Utd ta eh hlS L l
-.. *- S --- .11 lit portion of tih Islind of Key Adding strength to thy strength by thy turn one of the seats before sitting ;10St of the .1ited ttk .lg ong L me
,CLOTHING AND FURN'ISHIN OO-DS to1 f1t and w.vit i.vry ot vis North id sst f d o ding own.-Tho seat wis looked, lut the io a "" Ite -ons o
',iand Biy in this iutututt. .. ,. 'o, Lind l:eudes l t'fh"s- Thou shalt gain it, nor tfilt by the way. themes dil n't mind thli, atlud one kio f e"I, .c bo a sor iu
andl Boy iii thin Ci' muiminiiity. il tn tNo, 2 1,min i..,lns kill tile them took out his ktiife and iclim o df til e cane b. absorbed iind
Ac f.or PJICUL, w, will nt black water" to any ot'.. *ioH o i t.t l.nd. i; ...1 .. of K. ". e t, to amid And though thou art busied with sumal the look. Whild he was at work, an drw t idlo
GOOD GOODS. i in o od K t elderly gentleintan, sated behind the 3. vo demand of the Gtov.
.BLOW PRICTES,0 10 GOS ilIdin l itiealt Honudat KeyS. Though mneidail thiy labor miay be, looeeds, quietly roinarked that they ortnimiptIlie'h'rotirenient of all Natiomi.
SQUARE DEALLNQ. iOLITE TREATMENT, V .h !;au 1). Alblry is deputy clerk aDo thy utin ot in t dlt andU 411 things, ought not to do that. al Jk note,, and that thu Goiral
3 1".-,. c-f f..'" ,* 'il-o fictoier of election dia. Thou sti ll shell be noble al free, That's all right, old mian, returned Gov`imiiiront alone issue the money of
Colle iuseld See s ,nId wIve vill d)o >o4) ood. N. ., aurdl the registratio11 iat Dot thou'lovo? lot it be with fnllineasure the blood, we ku ow what we've ahbou.t, ton' .aud protect the sae f
"*osa, Clotslhl gi, ,:' r.aid lliatriet will be kept open at Nor mingle with coldneos or hate ao jut keep your 61.thle on. ".1 lwal tender for all
ThO210, Clothi .l listo o011 1,Fluling Str.ot, e. of othoersi the joy of thy pleoasureo, don'tt you klow that you naro debts,
TO' N i l VV. / -..l-- .w, ,,on Elrzabeth a1nd William Streets. The passion ,that orown thy estate. liable to prosecution for that con. 4. That the public lands ire the
tinned the old gentleman, piil~l]h, proelorty of the people, therefore they
Key TWest, JInuIry 1, 75. ly. leuctiou District No. 4 is bounded De to every main lust; and to woman It's the anto as burglary ioa the eyes should b reserved for lactul suttluer.
as follows-viz : Begimning at the Lio gentle nnd temle and trwio of the law. If you want t.h seat 'aided in their settleinemit by the (Gov-
iitr section of the northii linu of For hine own do thy best; but forno lman turned, ask the conductor, and '. orninent,-an.nd protueted in all tlhi.
th Couimnty (if Monroewith the Gulf Do lesm than a brother slhoulnh do. will do it for you. 1 A possessions by just laws.
ETO EW ^of Mexi, thenuc to tilhe eastoery 1o living thylnys full to numbor, You talk as though you knev, 6. Tbhat ., iierson shall bo taxed
N EW STO W G O OD S In peace thenou shalt ass to thegravo; ood deal, said one of the bol for what he .thr words, o
boundiites of Charlotte's Harbor, Thou shalt lie down,anl rot thtui and lookit up with a areamstic su the poses of tN.atI. ni all p s .
hc outhrly l of iber ow oug have you ben in the it shl htvo thu right ,'e.ou. t ta,,
L O P R ICE S Ohrlott' Harbor, thnce south. loved by the good and the brave. wa buhinae yo s euh valu of theirte eoa't. l *1 r tti
LAey to 0 About aer6 ter, water of et ott J turned th old mortgages theroon, a pi. .l sa.1.uort-
tilt erl to oi iateh mi, thoaemm *A' N A i( gentleman, gently. gages hual, 1-,i. missed to t7 i,'soi.
tilt .T -Caloo3sihtchcb3 river,- thbncu e 1V1lSCE^jLjA.NEO 'iTJ8. Thmo blood looked just a little bit to whom thi Farae o de.
W 1 L LL I A M H L O E 'J S sotlusterly to theo hoan waters of --- -- - urprisad ho asked, ed Opray, Th land of eq et
White Water Bay. A .lP5'reaMlnltonl. what position do you hold, now ct acitFy all be subject to eqil' tl, "
a I i egl.mration list of Election A bootblk, seeing readyto ant resident of the rond, return- n; whether cultivated or not,
Sai a I Disit No. 4 will be kept upon byburst into tears. every moment, was M, Hinokl nd if ou disobey the end :that in llh future the la
--1)minriolet o will he kept open by. yesterday seated'in the sun at the I'l. t e re f o s monopolists lay 1)0 held il check,
SE Ov ded ty Aclrke roegis. postofoeand a goodheod wyer pon the ood o 0e to arrest Ou O lthtit
ttiu m officer o fsaid dictrnit, at theo httucked himt ,under the-,phtn and The youn. g oods tookArear oar, pneserved to the actual tuiler of. thi.,
L J Jvarhonseof F. A. Hendryi t linta asked if his rgRulhr fall season for whilo the passengers smiled. oil.
,h of Is A.i-rfRut e billihad airrived 7. That no d emand a thlioronigh
S* I'"I kinder feel like having hillse The IVoIIslu WIkhio '1f Always els tem of Public Scol moo mEIti>
FRONT 'I'TREET, Opposite Post Olls c Hlectiol diatrkit No 5 is bounded and I kinder feel sad In my thoughts,' P alla1K to leleii that the Legislature pres ribe the
as.follows, viz: Beginning at the was those reply. She came a little late and had to text books to be used in the schools,
AS just opned tho best assorted stock of ciasterly line of Election district No. Any of the folks aick.?" make a rush for the train. Whou prohibit repealed changes in ti,
Ierp just a t eo4, 1amd running thuioL to the crossing iahed her atow of.".she reached he seat her hat fell off. same, and prevent the monopoly it
E N T S' F URN I SH I N G G 0 0)SImit aim tion tlo loosahtchio rive' amid i P'erhaps the sight of .filing She got it on, but it toppled over to the sale bf School books.
S' F U RNISHING G 01 U S on the oosa tio rie leaves other evidemms 6b the one side, and rhen uho tried to 8 .Equal taxation of all TUnito
Lfronm thence du eorth to the upper l dying year.affeut you," observed the straighten it her Uir tumbled down. States securitiou tiid iallthoei p
Ever displayed in this city, and will offer at satisfactory prices to al, line of Monroe County, and from lawyer. She o t her tioetet twio before tu porty owned by individuals or'co
thein e west to its intersection with Mubbo they does, and mobbo Wit'l onductor reached her,- aid would 'rations.
BO S S ORKI GM S CLOTHING i a ecialty. Disrit No. 4. caso I lent boy ten cent Saturday have lost it again, if he hadn't taken An qitable and efcient
II t. ght"it Away from hu'. She reached tip to law which will seere tie wage
Slargo variety of 1HATS, CAPS, DOOT S, S OiS I B. F. Moody of For? Myers has "But. won't he pi4yJI, bak ?"' uta bumdle im the above b r tie illaloec h ag
been ppotm 1ohty Clk ud H. I du o: S ~ut hunting head, amnd burst the collar button off e an ecs
Together with everything required for tho wear of in. gistration Officer of Election District Sunday, and yego fit that he her dster, and stuck her fingers on delay excessive cost.
oth ient to stvyth quirdforth hoola a crw, mi the crow fou i i hoi' ds before she 10. We deprecate and dcndi
No. 5, and the registration list of ow, and the gun wet off, and tho fomd one thatho drd t take out violent measures and appeal
Give me a call and be convinced, said district will be ,kopt opon at his mnuzzler kicked around, and the breeuh to emir the damage. Then just as the good sense, love of justice
store at that place flew up, and ill the shot hit Dick in sh thought she had got comfortable patriotism of the people, iny
S.'77. tf, Election District No. 6 i comnpris. thU .Atunnniix. If he g a. shot there'll them to redress their wrong
L14II all that ^*tos of the oonaty of, int a m o hiJn lhin a though to n allot brs thei' o

s .^';. *o i hhore of Lake Oaoechoino, mnd from I the ltiyeiimiio ate or National.
Sithence south msttrly to the bunliuo' dnie. "1a.c0 hIMF 11" We recognize our debt, mn d

.. deputy cleor o]registmtob Ofcatn eor .im"metaa' hisecf "l hairpins, the valiq went off, and hve this ability wil be oenured un-m
of election district No 6, and the re. whet he got of at Ne Prague she der the poli of the National Green-
t gitrution list of said district will hoe o t-elOes" 'se tucked the g.asping vttid under he'I back Labor iParty, by the revival of
} o_ J.T Ao, -.2 .0. It it n all m1r i, andso tied to conrn hr ie toppimug trade, employment of iabor- skiled

SMr. MeKinhley's residence, three weeks ago as a nucleus for au straggling into the depot, wea couldn't a, commercial, imeehanical and
CONSISTING IN PART Oo Election district No. 7 oomnprises a 'ry t t course of ton days hel thinking thao it wou iti h er a tgrioultural.
Be't PHts, 14 yds for $1.... 1,.30 Sheeting 85oi......Pillow o n singl mi 1o all the islands lying t iorth mtd eas of oneree dirnt h a tion d la er t ev a Igo ilUt tate o
46 in 18o......Bleahed cotton 6 to 0o a yd......Piquoee., white ani yellow the Baha Honda Keys, anid south dozen patent hives. The other ore. thing. I have# n thi "i on ; payment of them, pincia ami
114 to 0o......olore4 mulits 16o......Black alpaoa 80 to 1....White, and west of Siake Creek. noon )a 0an called at t houseon several other trains, and '.a interest, in legal tender-lawful
blue and black Merluso......Ladies br Linen quiltiug ......Br Linen drill for The registration list of election business and was infosid by the never .been able to keep o Greenback paper money of the United
Gent.s wear...;.I.ats oo4ds fitom 90 to 88,5......Quilts 1,90 to 82,25 al. district No. 7 will he kept open by wife t her sband was out gjs. 'There seems e r States.
so some foe 80o .....M'estdto Netting 70e to .....Table Jsmask 45o to i William Bethel, deputy clerk and re- in hktailn'enp tiney inquired ti'S b humhenityabonte1r, 14. We demand a graduafod tax on
81, ,.....Ladies & Gnt hdkfl 10 to 40o ... Oomets 80 to 80O0 ,..Culla' gistnration officort', at Indi Key. the at. t o a rm at st 't iomes above 81 00 per yea.
ettes I o.40o ......Idis Bsl.Skirts,...,.Full linou Ldies and children s Election district No. 8 comprises no-he's looking to .ee if ao in a sa o tisii Wssss, The antagonism of the
white mi ca&d Hose,.-....Gents white oad brown half Hose .. Berlin sIl'k all the island lying between Snake there are nay drones in the hire." for you steer know wht' she is BepublicanM and Democratic parties
kid Glosee...... Wni4o to 81,7..... ilk Parasols and umbrelas TSo to 4 reek and th bound line of Mo At thit htnt both Ww r s'tld ,,g $o gle w4 nest, growingg first out of slavery involved
Sqottol do. do. 4eto 1,7 ......Lndts beot. 1,00to t8,1o......Low shs Cb aaid the boundry hn of M by a erieof whoops alleUtad 4 , _. __ ., ie country In oivil warma As,
S1,60 to (.00,.,..B5l.. _.tit Q,.. 8800...... unts unlaundrled Bhirts to County., thUe husbanld came ato*nusl 4te corner Ia I ... WUR "A U, It still exists, keeping alive
lbest quality t.O,i.,4aum .lo to 1,15 ...Ladles trimmed d The ieglitration hit of oleotion of tkn hboue on tho JStimip, bInat b 3 tueslt w4 t tmte.l$Rt t, the pssions, prejudices and hatred of

wUtrolna d M HaO 4t6to ";;. teln do, 40o 8,00,,....0ents nd diltrlot, No. 8 wllt e au nll ot TbbReld m tn ilm btb gte tep. eopel t,kwyf a lvrtLu national
boys. lt ndtmwa ~ ,,.., b b...,...fM r3taB r 1 ohool Key Lurgoa tt t 'h ouse 4 f iUV4m adrudea odLll X o rmtbuthek as nd LhOttb t 'b 91., 4t4d 4.ket deapo a dan Wrt% l South to thu
axkidn m tS, ai ree W o n tv Ist nodeo, h'iI h hote g r e at ni glet lO 16 p resent distruson
boo'.., tsmi an s o... and liti. fbot fr the btn, 9 land h e e .r t ' y ,~, "nd ,U.,fst t .srs"
Gooat' pool ott 7 Q a.., t .. A. az' sed. wife spded bher oydsr tom words of t 4i tai ndfut in ul t OirA cid t
sTpo Goos 'look iAfter-him i na- nytd' e a bole of thlue. orious

.* ,.b. .s s b
S-....t"s. "to wors r ri.., 1eotled That we mever our

A... T VERY LOW PRIOES. a b hioept .ron lbaetw.n m . IA p i that door. election lwth d o ld tsl
tile beoen of 9 a. e,. mad St m. on nt .. .ama.i m *s..s.d. .A ... As *rn...s -.... .m .r fethm .it said old pantis, and



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W IsP Mr. John C. Webb of Raraio.
ta, has writtnip yery iutn#tlig let.
ter in lu rkthe ta d ,uWum f the 18th
Ac- r 'Inst., giving a detafild aooeunb of a
boast tv from PFrt ~ singer on
01l Paper, 6th Judicial Oirouit, the 'Rlir to Fort Myers.
--' ...o..i..e...~._ .r Tho a "tly over the prairies
1 A. CRLN&B ttor and Proprietor. to ti 4'Oe the sabatohie,
'A. n. oAlr5iLEJOIHN, PCiblisier. and t 44i4d $own 't j m
They 6esadl'bi tho e our
SATURDAY, OCTOBER, 28, 1878, sub nerged"s e o t t
water, with little or oo rospet 0
For IRepresonitative in Congress from Its subsiding before Cristtnas. Mr,
tho First Congressional District. Webb suggests that an expedition be
II 1. 191o IAVID ON. fitted out in thi olity, to go to Shark
;:ubjcct to tho ratification of Monroe ivor into Lakeo O1eobhobee, and
C t. from thenoo to the CUloomhatlcbie
County. Rivers cddown to the Gulf. We
ItE1GULA --O-FOIN-- ATON believe ttoupn be asoooplished, Will
Some of oftr young men, who love
IFor slenIto, real sport, try it We hope so.
W.ALTER 0. MALONEY, Ja. .---. e-&-j ----
r A ., ,--- $r The Bunta Tribune of Tam.
l'4PFPGasseeral Assenbly, ps, in defending the action of the late
F, A. HENDRY, ')Demooeratio Convention in Hillsboro'
E. O. GWYNN. County against some aspersons, thus
justly defeilda Mr, Reynolds. A
The friends of Dr, J. W. V. R justly defeia s Mr. Reynolds. A
PJIUMMER announce him a a c an. purr man--one more reliable, cannot
didato for the Goeeral Assembly, at be found in this State.
the onsuing oloction. "Though Mr. 'Reynolds was never
MANY VOTERS. known to be much of a political parti:
san, yet he has alwwyno acted with the
The friends of Mr, E. C. HO'WE, Duemocracy ince the wai, is was natural
iropjose running him, as a RPepregen. to be expected of nny decent manu who
tativo for the ensuing' Legislatureh believed thnt "the intellI t e o a a
MANY VOTERS. country should rule it." Arty belief
that Mr. Reynolds would favor' *;uy
The friends of Capt.'Pa4r Noelon kind of legislation inimloal to the
anlnolmluc hi in, as a candidate for thoe hlterosts of the people, is as unlust to
~l Assembly at thue onimi this ge8ontlemau as it is puerile on the
cu.n,.l:a part of those who ntor'taiit, On this
'"'ctuon point we can safely say that Mr. Rey-
MANY VOTERS. nolds is not an innovator to any such
oxtont as has bon it1logd6d against
him. We will leavo Mr. Roynold6 by
ti'A dispatch announces the merely cluaing with the fact that, since
death of A. E. Croiati, of Oregon, he has bebn a rosidontof tii county,
h8 will o rcuembered s th no man has labq~ed more faithfully and
ener t intelligently to uoourage Imtgration
who claimeud the right to cast one and develop its rosourooes"
electoral vote from his State for Til. Oer- C",-n- a'lect..os. -
doel .We cannot omit theorosent oppor*
-"-- ''* ---- tunity, in advising our people to
i8i' A nu1c-partizan commercial exoroiso their best judgment, in the
newspaper is soon to be established coming oanvass. The only true guide,
in Fernaaidinia, by A. B. Campbell is to follow the motto, Let the office
anld George Burnsiido, of this city. seek the man, and not man the office."
The first imniebr will be Issued in By following this truism, we camnnt
about ro 1 wuoks.-Sun & Press. go far from the right way,
---- *--- In the Congressional canvass twe
T- rhe Unitcl States Chief of are justified in believing that Mr.
Irinbitnico, illn his report, places Davidson will carry thief Chounty with
tile o, niz' d militia of tih country a largely increased mnjoyity, over the
u 0:1,000, iuonb niaed 3,600,000, last election-hence wo thiuk of hi
I Ti. attention of Congress is called to 'election is safe, aIn our lState election
ttl. organiuiiniig and disciplining the we aro e ot so sanguine. Aprants

Sit thin areo not the men required. Our
__,~ ,re" tprteusontuaton to the Legislature, is
S ato r t much below our just olaimus,-yet such
w h sn tlit i'i is ac re as it is, we must now abide by, and
WIPh sayir thht in his opinion there uake up our deficiency in se!ecting
beti s a tt our abtnst ul d best lnen for the cneu-
i tho field ill 1886-tho iRpullnlicall, ig Teis laturc, A United States
Democrat and C4roeebtiibq ,l4'ivnc t( .i i t ,
uoa a i d t is to be olocted-uiany ob.
pt is Iloible, too, thbt tH1 oI notxiaous laws to be abolished or ro-
Repies'.liltn.tiro? mna-y bo cnlled tipo
to lto t iext Psi be ntd, nU lii.imodcled, and other important m os-
to teext Piesi t, succs of vital interest to our people,
U-' will dvclveo upon our Suniator and

t -3i" The mouIt disastrous "
which has oecurrled *in fifteen .
lha: occurred at Vineyard Haven,
Massaclhusotts, Great aud unpro.
cediluted dtnuIitiu wuI donio to shilp.
ping. No ships from Southern ports
are reported in the list of disasters.
The gale was uncommonly furious at
Newport. No wrecks are. reported at
t b i t howeverr.

STh tud States Attorney
':>um'[ ,lidcs that .Unitc'i States
re ontil od to full milnege
S, 1ct'h writ issued by thnem when
I .verA riots are issued ou behalf of
S the b6 ,nmient to be served on differ.
"' ,sons, and are served at the
Stime, oly one travel being no.
1.1y, provided the travel is actual.
dco. When all the writs are to
arved on tho same person an ex-
ception is made.

Gfrle'l)nck Isllt i'Ollin,
On our first lnge will be found tfhe
Platform of the National Greenback
Labor Party" of Leon County, which
we publish at tho request of several
of our best citizens.
We frankly confess that there is a
more reasonable demand for reform.
tion isthis platform, than any which
have emanated from either of the
political parties for toh last forty
years, Honest men will endorse it
everywhere-heuco we shall watch the
action of the Greeunbaokors carefully,
and applautd when they deserve it,
n'id condemn when thor violate
tithcr of their articles. .

Tise Scourge.
The terrible tales of woe, suffering
and death that still come from the
Westfare heart-rending. The grief,
-the dire disaster-which has fallen
so fearfully on Southern citizens, is
felt in all hearts, and money, physl.
cans and the sympathy which to
mnre wealth can buy, are poured out
as freely as if tfraternal blood never
flowed between the sections. We aU*
indeed a "peculiar people and
this respnot thank God we are so.
is interesting to note the data of the
visits of this death.dealing destroyer
in the past, In early times the cities
of the north were oven move unfpor
tuniatethan those of the asuth are at
present. In 1798 thetr"twpnty.
five hundred deaths in the oity of
Now York from yellow fever, when
the population did not exceed itty
thloumnd, and again in 1808-4 tholo
were thirteen hundred dMths. I
1798 also there were three thouald.
eight hundred aud4 si deot from
yellow fever in PhilaelphIa. Th
awful sooemar oan tlmay rsm ly be
traed to filthy iet sand imp orfet

The Conservative element of this
City is largely in the majority, yet
by divisiunsa among themselves, they
inost assuimrodly will fall in pieces for
the iiusement of their opponents.

This .laud was again visited by a
storm ,| Mondty last, 21st inst.,
wilich brief in its duration, last.
inlg only one day. Some two or three
days previous, the clouds appeared
ho:evy and scudding low, w$ile the
Baromicter indicating foul wvther-.
Most of our fishing smacks and sponge
*vessels moored in the Bight to pre.
pare for an approaching gale, At 8
p. mn. on Monday the wind and driz-
zling rain from S. E. began to show
itself ; at daylight the wind veered to
N. E. by N. and blew with great
violence. At 7 a. m. the Storm Flag
was raised on the Signal Service Sta-
tion, and the Stmr. Lucy P. Miller
left for Man-of.War harbor, and was
followed shortly after by the Steam
Tug Fox, leaving the Western Texas
and the LisiN Henderson(both dis.
abled) at their wharves. At 8 a. nm.
the storm gave every inditultion of a
hurricane-rains heavy with a blind.
lug mist, which atimoes, shut out all
the vessels in port. The Ship Marie
Fieederikhe laying in the roadstead
laboring very heavily, and very one
expected her to break adrift. The
Pilot boat Sally broke her moorings,
and came broadside oi the rocks near
the Blackssmith Shop of Mr. St. John,
where she bilged. 'A tlh,1bat auti#
ful sail b ;. W. iaroo
,broke adri. pieces nea00 tedo sate lace. At 10
a, m. Barometer at 29.60 wind 50
miles per hour, with a blinding rain,
Fortunately it was ow tAe, hence,
only rain water in the lower part of
the city had it have been high tide,
much lumber and other property
would havn been swept away. At 12,
m. Bar. 29.45, wind 4 miles, rain hba
ceased, and the clouds appeared
brren.Itbe, gusts of wind became
loes violent, until 4 p. in. .when the
gloom taain iurroundedius. The
Stanr i TerA e prepared to
lea4 th rfr, which could not be
0oootmpll The U. S. Steflteer
Laue, laitr wharf having in tow
th e 'V. 0Scur. Matcale aud the
Pilot boat elegram did the 'ame for
the Bight fOr protection i eaohb of the'
vessels behaved handsomely and soon
auohored ila r'fety. As daylight
closed in th 0*ti f8ra4idally abated:
and by 10 o'cait, it had iLpui, its
force-by Iayllbgh neMt morndingi
all waM rree and pleMsat.
SThe 4dasie 4.1w is very lito, ,a
tew. A~bin, bastes tas, ad .our
'lowder br ad W b t bosari
ered 1 oaa s is lteel
ui t i was an '
- 1 *

TeS' The numerous friouds of Dr.
Murray, will doubtless be much
pleased at thu record he is making
for himself at the U. S. Marino Hos-
pital at New Orleans. The following
letter from the U. S. Shipping Coam.
missioner, to the Surgeon General at
Washington, speaks for itself.
NEW O ,iANus, OCT. 2nd 1878.
John M. Woodworth,
Surgeon Gen'l. U. S. M. H. .
WVushingtou, D. 0.
I would deem myself wanting in the
discharge of my duty, did I fail to call
the attention of the Department over
which you preside to the noble anid
systemat i manner in which the w.rk
of the Marine Hospital service at this
port, is conduotodl, Dr. Murray, the
Surgeon in charge, has performed his
duty wull, dlsphaying, "n the most
signal mannuer, tl humanity of the
sorvico, He has.ygen those law those most
liberal interpTutation. No sailor can
say he apliie for relief and wus rofus.
d. The serviooe has don itself a
marked honor, during the period of our
destitution and distroes. Tho RBv. A.
J. Witherspoon, a ohrlstiun Minitoer,
never fallud to visit our sailor, giving
them consolation to the last, Wo pray
God to bloss all iur f't
U. S. Ship oubltone.m

Iy The following correspondence
sets at rustt nl question as to the regu-
larity of thuo tomwin tions for the Le.
gislatu:e, f~ri this coututY. Thesluctli
ofL thQtonventi~.. .' 'k, I. y ua.(
overty prooodvt to 'insure its being
Fosy Mratts, OOt. 9th 1878
E. O. Gwvrn, Esq.
I have the pleasure to inform
you, that, you have been nominste l ins
a candidate for the Legislature onf ihf
State, at a regular luuejt!g of outr
gitiemia in bihalfr of *.he Oou.aty of
Monroe, itt th t Hon, F, A. Heudry
and W, 0. Malloluey, Jr. as Senator.
Yours Beapootfull, TENT

Kay Wax, Oct, 22nd 1878.
Oltilens of Fort Myers,

Having heard of .my nomination
by you to th next Asetbly .of the
State, allow mino u ntj rtlly to
thauk you for this "'a -kt of your
a Zeletedt to the Loeislature, I will
:geu'the fullest oonfidonce of 5*rlyg'
you, toe outr latisfaoetiot ahd 't
seuny a) l -,ehaving no flih' of
mty o t j-o wires to pill-'
boundby no r ine or party int-rtiges
-I o0 pevant ofthe ooutt, t
urgq boetr Vtbes, exBreun* or", i
ita be found first ad foremost
.M qneetons arisinr, loobkt to
the progress u4 d welf of tpe Btate
4tlrg.e asd oar COopt IhyiqrtiJo.
ff,4u' ^spsst^uU^ :

Tribute to th boe moe ofrAev
Jqilst ittvwre.ul- 0 0eles
DOlD.I3 Metop ora t. PaulrM
.Churohl 14Ke Vet,
Died Sunday i7fBllng Ot. 18th, 1878.
At a meeting 'of the Wafdeu oan4
Vestia n of lit. Pinl's Qburok hbd
t the ten n T s a u ein
ant. broal lj
to wo a e.
V. i w aeOR & T D.
9 ife usefulness,on o
'of V 6labr as a eibl
S ktea, we his patrtoneers
And rgur it a l iod duty in
tAjl sad hourr abear olmn 'tness to
lti many privaso and public virtues as
man. aud uqiaster, his unfliuohing
davotion tolduty iU i mnistrations to
the Ilok, dyinag and dead bis e11upioity
of l.lfe, aid4 fMJltering oal int every
good ald p obobrek. .
0 h oifat, t ohe oostant fidelity
with whih h disobhrged hais duties ma
a minister ohf 0it,' his faithfulness
and olrYA 1 tbs & of ha ty
and ril t1Tgrfbly ondt0,ad 1 him to thIi
Parislti "'t e ffi!thaioeh any wordiu
9ffirpesiotlti ttf ooa our part are
,A vee, That, the bereaved family
and friends of our lato beloved Rector,
in thoir distant homes, have our heart.
felt symnp~thy in this dark hour of
Resolved, That St. Paul's Churoh be
suitably draped in i ttrnlng until
Advent,' as xpreostivo o outr sorrow at
this great loss.
Resolved, That a copy of these Ro0e.
lutidons b, i fofvardtc to thof1amnily of
our deueoaed R eitor, through thu 2iTght
Rev. Bishop of the Diocese, oopios
furnished City Papers fbr publication,
the samu to be roadd upon a I lumorial
page of St. Paul a Church uecords,
By order of thj Vestry,
Aylnuun of 3liuryol Coliuiwasdl-
ery Knr .t J llgiitl 'i'csnpleaii
Ke y tVent, Oct. 1 Ibis INT.
To the Offitcrs and Members of
Baron lomulundory No, 3 Knights
Your oommittoo ppointod to draft
suitable resolutions upon tho e ath of
Sir Knight J. ( AWltheNuP STR'DLS D.
D., who died at Key West, Oct. 18th
1878, in the 80 year of his age, log
leave to submit the following.
W~uaBAn, It ha u pleased the Sover-
ign Master of the Uuiverse in his
intorutablo wisdom to oall from among
us our beloved Sir Knight J. Lawrenoo
Stole, and by his deatfi our Command.
ery has lost a worthy member, the
Fraternity a devoted Bi'other, and the
o Wmmunity a just uprliht citizen
SThrefoi, be oit fesolyved, that we
sensibly feol thu stroke that has fallen
upon us in this thispensation of ProvlI
deuce and sincerely ympuatulxe with
lain, 'vi \'\'iVet< ?.A 'cv.IP ba ttU''b.V se
Ou 1%jlkavtui.A
Resolved, That we cherish the memory
of our departed Bir Kuight ans en-
deavor to imitate his Masonic virtues
and become luore efflcint mombern of
our honorable Order.
Resolved, That a nlomorial pagoK be
set apart in theu Records of this Coin.
mandery auitably inserihil land thut
our Agylaul be draped ill inourning and
the Sir Knights wuitr the t usual b1l de
of uloiirning for thirty diys.
Renoldtd, Tlhit i copy of thoso Re o
lutioits bo 'orwarded to thle mother of
out deccasud 1i3h Knight and a copy of
the saiUU I, publislhed ill uIIr City
L. W. BETiit lL, Coummitte.,

(CoIn mUNIcATrD.)

logwool imid cocoanuts. Tbe wreckers
aln. 11.nsistinlt l nr.

Useamn bla Ropudllia s0 Cos tts
ovels -t
The PsPo olt e0 awill of the th,
contains te folortl i

T h he R o .'-alla tl t a ,
d t of ouwig ticket for 'l0R.O .T ".
h, L. W. o rwlj, P. H. Dav. i- V-- .
The weather is 'ler and rl
mendorping Simon B. Con-. antd the health of our city i oze lt .
S course and candidilky, were -l
S with much onthbilus, (. Ourn fresh Norther on Wodifo
s see and lack of printurs pro. last, made our people buts w04otf
boptil obb is absent and his ao.. t i.i.. .. ,
0eptano questionable. L -Are Deake, Catn.g Buson. i~jl
.~ A sLioie Deaken, Oapt. uI, D 'otm m
Tbis, announcement has vrodaiced HavatI bound tu New YorL, -.. '
the mtoit stunning efifot in the on.
over camp hereabouts. It puts a A largo favorite oeat of -odfer
fia l er to the hope s of the all. olf e ad o oJo became rabid, attaofmU a
Uis followers. lo bhad better with. i,,'r...o i near It, and hadt to he Wkitn
d4aw. et hiu do so The FLomur. ----' ie U. S. Marshal, Mr. J. G.
D ait charges nothing for this advice Jones, sold on Tuesday' last, at Aue.
and will anuouce hii retireiiiti itu i tio u 50 tons of ra-llroad iron, for
few appropriate. rotnarks,-Floidiai. 86 pe- ton.
-*- .em------ -- Gole/ Dusl" is no more. Ooul
Maduor.Aeneral John W. Butler, of l,' r.-hlii imn sitrit nnd Iick his driver
the Florfda Militia, late of Santut Roan I to dJtallh, wo sunuld be pleased at the
county, is now one of the bg Iltol of tlh.. rt' i l iull.
Territory of Utah and holds his own Tho_ StutIs W-erstern Teras, loaded
againstoany saint in the land. H ye l.ih i Lnim "for New York, moi the 25,
having rewarded him with the iooilml~tl ,iII l a Loniun of tie arl of the
of Territorial Peniteutiary Kepori, um 'l l a oriui n of etl car O of the
Florida Butlur wont tto Ilalitultist~y diy Iv a irie Freerikae.
tlftor all, WhVcVi will Maainhlus1ltrlal' Y ... Wh i ulin snoko
Butor go To tkieCal;itol-.irst,-1 cl. cI lo it,,0t uo, wnei n tllny canl buy
Gae/.te, n IMi 111ros. ,* S'l North Caroe
The Flo:i 'n. Iutler" neglected toli, ,c eiMrp Mlo,, le "' F , 9-tv.
settle a little a- nt lbet\v. eni hinll! .....
anc1,. he bolorue ho oft. Hu 'is8 ., n7ll,1 t ,li,,lt. siolpild Beef, self
oue of the RHdical ofllu-e.ioldetrs i riijl: .iickvwheat, cli olou Manpl
whose unit-ed defialvitltuon atinnultod V 1'. 4 slik"r drip sBUVWp, DVel0l
to noo.tbieing likl 8480, 00, itialuding I eatvei, pl'ri si nil it larno stock of
.. w o, ant tl (000C1, jt tt reo otved an d
what was stolen bI gtholm ln II l fl' tio Ior Entlosby A. cARIOL,
several counties. v the wna, it ro. -
liabla story is told goilfg to show ow loe1ar that four of our
Butler's apllrocuItiu n ot tlIo late I w ard of Aldiemoupropose to
publicLai Cooltrollor, )Dr. Cowgill, of lp bauk several place s, with a rigid
Returning Board notoriety. tDutler ltluarinIa4 iile, lo tho others are
was Sheriff alud Taix Collhctor of Ol' it. Thia ia sesible. *
Santa l:oaa county, aiid being behind WVa iro glad'to see plenty of
in his settlemeiuts was writteii to aud (cf aiip;les in our city, There is no
reminded of his dufitult. This brought ioree hclthy fruit, and vwe believe the
a letter from hitl to G(ov, Stuertus in health of our ladies would be much
which le decclartd that ho had the butter, if' they would use more apples
monoy but would not pay it over as in piu-imultinig.
long as that d-d scoutnd'el L'owgill
was Comptrollor I" This is a fact, llinrl Aselsor'ne
and the imoely never was laid.-Flor.i A B;Riuk bUllposed to be the Heope
dma,. is nslhnor oil Iickols reef. loaded with

S .' " ....... -1 O xr ,xuhasiges all over the 'ibgl 7 to A, F. t.
Rev. 0. C. Parsona, a colonel itl State, speak mritorlously of their .- Bay, soht', Oowutitor, Pinder, salt
the Federal army during the war, lBands and other inusi. We do not fesh, to,Win. OuSty,
late canon of St. Mary'a Cathodral at hesitate tos boast that Key West now 84 layre, Br. ship Peter Young, Cain,
Memphis, recently died of the terrible lhas more genuino talent, than any (' orders, toWall & o. .
fever. The Memphis p c citv, town or hamulut iu the State. uOT, CLFBIARE OUTUWARDS.
this tribute to his uenmo y --. fishing for the prestoft is Kys, s P. Miller Giat,
whaetth 1ish fai11 be i ded, pey olwiang t iG t
ois trib e tohs o "t .s l' s b. hns, by 3. 3 Phlb rtc k,
Death aimnedbl hh when lim fated clitlly destroyed, owingt) the t 22 avana sohnr. Champion, Peacon,
dart struck Cls Parson sonoUs ate< r along tleo ulf salt.flih, by master.
dart struck down ChLarl es P lttsolls, \ i llt. ns nit. -'A3 VI Y "r' n. "%0<* V0110 .
.it L uoja .-. V l;,h t a t a sitmgfo smuunai naas tOUI by master.
sector of Gr|aco e liscopal ofGaeL Eicp lrch. "'Li l M er
eto n e .t able to car'y any live fish to Cuba. Matnars schnre, luq, Fogarty, stilt.
Yet tn maark YaUl fair lid IIur1' 1,1 1 fih, by .gar.ty & Jlohnon.
bared for the blow. Into the rooU A young gentleman has just Havana, schnr, Competitor, Phider,
of disease the christhtii soldier Imarch. handed us one of the roots he is salt-fish, by Wmu. (LCrry.
ed, The hand vwhibh had allied thei making, to coillpeto for the hand land Paseitgoula, steam tiy osx. Tollett,
match to the caiisou on the butt li heirt of Mliss Louisa. We\udvise hlis bll. by A. F. lift.
field life the dying bead, cheered coumlaeti nr to sunrrMeudn, tad save Now York, a. a. Western Texus, El.
with prayFor he d 'a.tinlg soul; dy I !thi seS!e frunL disgrae, dlrillge, n mls. ,y A. F. Tift.
and night to his owc ti'tdnpoi( toliOSii .lO t (iniiOxu iiDa" .i'n i oser1 ---
thd is ihiito ris e Cfrit.,l usprie"O' 1:'r- "I CUSTOi HOuBu Kt.Y nWglT, FLA.
this man invaded tin strongholds of qu1.ncc or.issi.tig t h:ilf sheet, wo ar COsTO'S OFICE u OCT. 1878.
lleg peltgue, ct1r,, iny hclp toino uLdy C0l.I;,.: ll to lay over fir fo. lou. ini M reh.i.i vi'.
allid the soul of nany a striokenu msu. tho Inesemit, it v,dluablu coalllnuuiou e .ollow.
Death struck hlurd aud true. lT'1o r t t' "Observer." "Cato," is in- iNo
chivalrous sohdliert the honored sbh.'u- lible Ioi n acRuit of its sourriltv Demijolfti- guaadotnte, 8. galls. 182'
Ilcr] of it Hod, tl c .. .cOrlt ls, poi. ,, *, .u a rio.rl' -nPH Ws,.0 Ciguarettes. 183
od \est Poi'nter, the favorites frie.l, f,, Imunlnicatioul. I Due ohn Aguadiento, 4 galls. .18
parlltiItrly of the youth of Meum.ln a, -.. \\We nain ore l thbul Jaicob 1 do do 4 do 18
Vis rne t.....hi .... Ws tlt testiugpl the e in q has ircc ntly ur Kog do. 10 do '187
OvTer his gavn, ill iinrblv, let thi be ne it .h wo f, p, ci 1 Quitcr Pipes do 20.1 glls, onclh. 188
llt: oi p t s o l l, pandtI'i Ild IPe .ipo tio shi 1ini ug 3 enuijohna do 4 do ii.
SA MAtTYR OF 778." ";7 Reels Cigamettes (2000)
S-t)lu.fatolit "ct at 'lltititaR ""tsnt, ioV (ai I Deuijombi 'Aguanicmte, 46 gals. j195
E )DI1) VrOlt TRE 1PEOP"B AOAINT '. A. l.etivrvy, atdLl euontoeiullUaes doingi 1 do do 4J ido, 197
WVHOM HB IAD FOUIGHTI." a largeU tild lxtotnsivo cattle bushUtess. 1 do do 4J do. 199
-----eo--*----- W\Ve trust the chanigeo may prove a 1 Bottle do 1 qt, 201
f'lsho *iseni L s,. benefitft to all concerned. 1 do Gin 1 ",
'eputiga u, d 'i .t 1 do Wine 1 pt. '
... ..1e- v-Our fat reporter insists that 1 do Wine 1pt.'
From the Suin & Pr ess;. cenul ,. Ta flower" w ee coin.1 do lo ida Wate l.
Mr. Buesing in his communication spicuosly shown at our late F tement 11 Pokgs. Pl odurs tobac o, 10 ba. 202
touthles on the important question of Blill, andt ho proposes to pitoh into 1 Bdl. Cigarette paper, 12 pokgs.
the license laws of the state. The the inuanapgrs for this soeuItig neglect. 2 FlaskA Gin, &ptrs, "
principal seeuis pernicious, aund anti. \V aro not disposed to do so, how. 1 Demijohn Aguadiente,02 galls. "
repubtliun, laud it must bo otlecousa verL', iho fault Is entirely with our 1 do WW10ao 1 do,
and detrimental to business. Wh'eu younm'men. Their want of gallantry ags Sugar, 87 lbs .
the inerchant hirts paid a stuto liccnnsi, II unlpardomlble, ind there ought to 1 do Coffee, 12 lbt
county license and also a city, he has Lc somo' punishment cunmmunsurato Having been seized for violation of
paid out a large sum, and a stint that with this groat crime. On theatre t the Ravenue Laiws on July 8rd 18th
inm the end couples out of tho e or. occasion our fat reporter will attend, aud 81st;-Augtt.l lth, 16th, L and
chant's customers or his profits. If and all who passed y a lady, shall be 2l'tSepteaiin or 4th, abnd 2rd.-Ooto.
In addition to this he has to lay a conillcd to dauce lone, bare footed. No ber s he eb iven to all parties
license to thefederid governunei,it oi -c-e is '--e--y ia. th abov o e.
ihanivinour hmg 0larisi agaiustthe above o.
mnust wull nigh discouraged hLit, Th Fo Totjgls. scribeul Merohandise, to fill tbe Sdae
l,rhicliple bolug wrong ipo1n w1hiul it jlv the arrival of the U. 8. Suhnt. with the Collector of Customs within
is based, the soouor the custoimi is MttIhlesW, Cuapt. ussell, we learn 20day's from 'date hereof.
abolished the bettor for the public thaiut the poisoned water Las reached F, N. WICKER.
and tho state. If not discarded i that fortification, and its adjacetlt Uolletcor,
full let it be deimladed of but few i dntlds. 'The'e dead fish are so nuimoFr.
kids of business, end these reguKatod oul aroti' the place, that thiu cor. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTIOE.
according to thu nature of thu busi- inanding ofmcr is comiplled to em. SIX wks after date I will aply to
lnes aid extent of the oprurtions of pluo 1o0lic parties to carry them off teesudg f tbo Probate I of
the parties. But to xct an liaus by' thu heart load and b ury thun*. Monroo (ounty,for letters of Ad.
from every rchant is but to ,.lldly ,r numnbelr of fish aro daily seeu minstration upon the te s of. 3.
or directly tax he peopl" thea t o d) all around to fortflcati, and Ltawreno o teele, late of sd ountyf
busiiniss of the place, and thereby .vZt\1 the concus other ollAh usd
rttard its growth and proael.ity. airo re ported dead, fh cased. D. CASH.
It will be a glad day whea the tax. It is bo!leved that the late winds Key West, Oct. 26, '78. (w.)
os of all kinds arc cut down to a rea. frotu the N. and E. tlvo driven the
sonnble basis, and whon the song of dead flsh amnd puisonoti water far
the tax ,payr shall cese to be, give! out into the Gulf. Turtugas is not NOTICE TO TAX-PAYERS.
ive I On of tho worst things lea.s thn i 1UO miles from theo wutiest T a regular meeting of the Ho
ollo by tble ltls L.uglslaturo Was to 7ullutll l ar' e of Al ermetn octhHll 7
inervasu the niebnlheorhip of ftanro .. --' .7 8 Iitoar of Aldcr ll0 u. Out lBlU
loglIsaturos It wis nlot rni to in tiho rri li llall ol lle tcal esiOua 1878, ilW. it ..
tstrvn't of eououou y or of goo lsit- I i ..... i4 . ._ ....ol.ved ua Otrdht iIo r'ts*N
Illonta i to t e e sontr ot delihtful. ttn ot rintloi. after Deteber i' IfJ
and two uebs of te ath i ossel llrt" eli plseau eo luets. Tae e romainimug atedI'flU
could nud woenud t u d to the buno i.. lay ve OinlIg last &ttho aMnisonio Ha.ll, year 1875 to 187 iuclusivo the
eonlm a e Woulei a n b o m or bu e llr- the as'.e ftCouba
nes tbhi colIrty, as well, ift iot u"'l the all spioe of the Columbian e rty shall be advertised uauldsol, of
bettr,tha thinl, rconit fournmn. EKie C of this City, eh i .so much teeof as will pay aid taxes
bers. It isnot in the number bit "limnet rs.eoxod.d ami cr DelUitquents. are respectfully re.
the kd or lcharaucer of th members lveu t qol 0 o!l atd see
..... _."., Co ^, ro o entn ... .D ALBURY.
thut loternlones tine worth antd value Tau ruid olnlsed of Wa. ALBUNT .
of the we of arl,. gitlvl body. T o u In toll (OUI.,t nd nade a ti 26th 1878

fttmU peoo will s p ero i gfl. Lot omr s "'alog al wl not bea ilia n
enb othe s'tu, rooa nt, vlt.U tlU -ld tt < h.. u .nnt gil- ar. Mr. 8?' l9 .8 *
teudenuv is to iake the law.iusvuakleg an s i.t aLriu malos wuisve orltu.a.d,.
body too 'cunmbersoame iand ovem. ,occasional y intesia,esutdeith eolaui STA TI ,A T
grown. l iIs &e. The WAwd
s rae, the less rstroa. Glle u &,o. Tho general nlr ,age.
Al e ia eneral r |ic~, t2 teesn ret0- -- -,.... nil wll eLnt'tuniversalsatisfaction 0 Ol.c ent liarol.
tons ,u t ipon business tile better for until ave t m U oa e ar
tris its closa e t 8 p a.ry o lLt t Lllanqu att mll o r a uI
fro.. the a oo Tle les iue oluletel Thu whol, affiir is ldoIllounuiloe the -1y 1aiu`sos a the best of
td emlol I w I llle p rosl, e r. L ot l ts,ua 1.i ll u o f S re oi, c h te tinm m ,nar
uombry statesmnlui, murm sltbto lhgilttive ol- (d t1Ies anmln t give away. Mr. l oe.
candidates thing of this natter. I Muolto is pullihg duw a large wood. '78
l cil i llimoller, ou o the premlses eo '. o..
' ail t Co plaI''atory to e.oeuting W. ;.1 ..
Telloguspisle' NoiWe. auotle r of bniok, and tiri-spinoof, Thait
W.smHuerTON, -. C. 2:11.-A 1 n 8 I t61i01 llR jim the ml h ld'lreetau l

storm, abe Signal ificer rei o tret-in the of our la
e s birel the nelds obUfl' o r .1,`,
faindt ,, aoe op n1 .P,,,, . .. . .l t,

t ortastpased ro nre.-pp .-sb-.4
'the city last night, from1Itutil 7 this Ihence, whn ou the ?vuurn.6 .ior,-
.Itlaiai lhq wind %was very high. tl)1.,comes 1,o1g, all will not be 161. ,.0
rouftil"g!uq8, uprootiu trst' ,tid How m any of our p0P1 have on. '.

WAR9 Ifa d tatis;- a Weslr ae -'t ,to every one, b .

..... .. .. .... .... .. d ....-, -,, o P1.

malh 1000. i dit t o ay.un
boxes, he uarni v ia:wod 't a

,, ol.

liable to the tteks of a aI In tbe dlitve
f '

The most ting eswposuie may. under
suo eo04ptions, it eft a ySeymn whih,*
bye ey
xtra UIdk llA& to Uillal 10Htetlen.
Peroir wohr blood b thin. dfuir-
Liont wek and)llVeru4 s Pror 04tr.1
liable to tho pttakok olvintlaidal diseaso,
The Ulost trifiaa escoruto way, under
suoh coodIttons, titeo a sysibua whioh,
if hoaltuy, wOuld resist bthe nlasmatio
taint. Tbh only way to sooui-e imu .
nity iroam inalarla Luhi iotltinil whbe it
is prevalent, is to tone and regulate the
system by lniproying weakenod diges.
tlon, onruehing theo blood ti EIn a
wholesdlil Impetus to 'biliary "seerrtion.
These results aro aaooompllsbed by noth.
ing so effectivoly as Hostetter's Sto.
i d Bittela, which long experience baa
proved to be the most iellable safeguard
against fover and aguo and kindred die.
orders, ar well as tho best remody. The
Bittors aro, moreover, an excellent in.
vigorant of the organs of urination, and
a active dopurent. eliminating from
the blood those aorild impurities which
originate rheumatiu ailmunts,

'19 Bay, ouhnr, Ohampion, Poacon, salt
fish, to matter,
20 Cedar Keys, s, ,. L. P. Miller, Galt,
mails, to J, J, Philbrio',
Tampioo, 31ex. sohur. Comet, Bty.
less, to master,.
Bay sohmn, Ino, Fogarty, salt fish,
to Frogarty & Johnson.
-- "Phillarlnhln. isteil tuFox. V Tollhtt

SLmiaotio D5:4UoT No, 6.
vqt4bim PreelMudtsabode* 0b J.
u5 luae7 0 this aloosahathiq

w1;. I 4

mamIlivIw %5%, 1~rm+~ L~r

I _I __ _

a oircrnimr !i Otj
Check the
cheeks; the 0 ng
pils dilate. ':
along the-0141
ritaredo e d
o headache, wi r throbbing
'fthi ea, l ain un -aretion or
llvai $l1fimy or it. u breath
very fool, trticular morningS
appetite variable, meormes voracious,
with a gnawing sona jon of th stoni.
- L at others, ent.rWyi.ons; fleeting
patis In the stomahtnl occasional
nautea and vonmiting violent pains
throughout the abdomen bowels iIr
regular, at time: costive stools sllmy;
not unrcmtequntly thilnod ~th blood;
bell'itwollen anl ]iard'; urine turbidi
respiration occasionally diMcilt, end
accompanied by lih-roughl cough
sometimes dry and convulsive ; uneasy
and disturbed sleep, wirI [riinding of
tho teeth temper variable, but gener-
ally Irritabl, &c.
Whenever the ave stYptom
art rmultI exist,
will certainly effect a cure.
.n any form; it is n inn locent prepara-
tion, not capable of doing the slightest
/ctinry to ite / t e/elldcr IIII0. s
The genuine Di. MCILANE'S VER-
MtrUo. bears the signatures of C. Mc-
wrapper. :0:-

are not recommnindled n a remedy for all
the ills that flesh is heir to," but It affections
of the liver, and in all Blious Complaints,
Dyspepsla and Sick Ileadache, or diseases o
that character, they stainil witlhout a rival,
No better cathartic can be used preparatory
to, or after taking Quinine.
As a simple purgative they are unequaled.
The genuine ali never sugar coated.
Each box has redi wax cnl on the lid with
the impressioh Da. McLAN 's Ltvun PILLS.
Each wrapper earn the signatures of C.
MCLANX aSld F.FLMINO B aos. ')
InslIt upon having ihe genuine Dr, o Me.
LANx's Livxa PIu.l.S, prepared by Fleming
Bros,, of 'ittsburgh, Iea., their market beit
full of WlmUttaoa3 of c. tIasw t McLt(ied ,
..sjJeid .i'.'ndrj4 1tr liuce d ies euutiwt,

AN itncidel anid detailed anoont
.[\ of the receipts aIIId dibsinii'seinttlts
of tho priesont School Bornit of this
'uol'op County, for the scholastic
yrnear eninig eptoitber '30th 1878.
Oct. 19, '78. (3 ins.)

ut tho Stand formerly oocullid Iy Dr.
Flemming St, Key West, Fla,
For the convenience of mny oustoiners
residiung in the upper portion ofT iC
city, and for the pibllu generally, I hai'e
established a u rannc Drug Store, at ith
above place, whorowill bo found tit ull
times, a full supIply of
Patent Medloines,
FanctU Goode,
o, &o. e.
Prosoriptions will be carefully dispens-
od at all hou: *:
Sat all OHNSON.,
Key West, Oct. 19th 1878. *
*At a minting of the Board of County
Commissioners of Monroe County, the
following named persons were appoint.
ed Inspectors of Eleotlon for their ru.
spectivo Election Districts, to. serve at
a General Election to bo hold oi Mou.
day, NoVember 5th, 1878. viz
Voting Precinot at the Couity Court
John W. Sawyer, S.S. Currty,
Johnb B. Farquharson.
Voting Precinct at the City Hll.
Fred. W. Johnson. lobecrt Watson,
John J. Dolaney.
Voting Precinct at the house of Jat.
R. Currymi n Eaton Street, near the to.
sidoeno of Dr, J.. V. Harrlis,

Yot a' r~:: .: Albur,.
Frk*r* f Co'Inspectors.

John J iB1shm, Ary. Baet n,
SVoting Precinct, Panta Russa, nt F.
A. Hcndiy's warehouse.
Wm. Pitt AUllen, W. B. Oyorton,

Fiuerson & Co Fort Myers,
l. Inspectors,
Joehu J. Bluuut, Frank J. Wilon,
ames E. Houky.,


p,, ..

.AInud F rnho llsir lthe 1 o1
(p l or the bsuslnr Floridas
IlS h'ft. Secretary of I i
State of Ilorida, do hereby notify al
~ud Lunlar the Sheriffs ot the
CoT1uties of t te of Florf ida, that
WI tl8 AlkDaa at J10i OUNTY IN
On hue(dZy Ia t Brwosedil, the lIt
Monday in Noevember, A. D. 1878,
the said Tuioday being the 8th
day riwaid November.
For one ReIpresntative of the First
Counressional Distriot of Florida in
tho Forty .srth Congress of the Uni.
ted Atatr(s
For one RoprAentativo of the
cond Congressional District of Flori.,
da in the Forty.sithb Congress of the
United States.
And on the samuiday a General
Election will be hold.
In the County of Snnta Ros for a
ionator from the Scuond 8euntorial
District I
In the Counties of Wuslin 'on and
Holmes for a Senator from t' Fourth
BSnatorial District I
In the County of Oads'lun ,. a Sent.
tor fun ththe Sixth Scnntori; Distriut I
In the County of Leon f, BSuator'
from tL' Eighth Henatoria strict ;
In the County of MaldiF ,or a Sena.
to- from the Tenth Sunat Distriot i
In tle Counties,of Tn i utd L fuey-
etto for a Biltator from i. vclfl'th fii.
atorial District;
In the county of Columbia fur Sena-
tor from the luuurtcunth Senator. .. Dis.
triol I
In tho Oounty of Nassau for a Scna.
tor from the Sixtocnth Sunator' Did.
In the County of Duval for n fnator'
f'iIm thi Eiglteenth Hnator. DiH.
trict I
In the County of Orango for to ona.
lor frout the Twentieth Scniator.. Dis.
trict I
Tn the County of Hernando for t Sen.
ator from theo Twonty.second Senatorial
In the County'of Monroo for a Sena.
tor from the Twenty-fourth BSeitorUi
In the County of Walton fur n Se'a.
tor front the Twenty-fifth Snnatorinl
SIn the County Suwannee forl a SB0lu.
tor from the Twenty-sixth Sulntorianl
In thu Counties of Polk and Mai *.r
for a Senator from the Twenty-.eventh
Senatorial District I
In the C'"nties of Clay and Baker for
it Setlnitor fttin the Tweonty-eighth Sunai.
tori' ')istiict;
li ,i u County of Volusia for .r Sena.
tor from theu 'wenty-ninth S. '"oriel
District ,
IIIthe Couimty of Hillsil.oroutgh .,r t
In the (C!
ator f-t'l
District :
", th
fro}, n...
ti et
1'1(4(cAlon l i ,

thu teril of f,
tor i elect'
lioldl to'

the Gc-'iertii
seaimbia ,
colitv two ,

) Jackdoll
ues lity l o 1

de. ncuic <
,Jefl'forsu TF-.o
three ; Tayl
coiinty t I);
fayetteo ount
throe; Alaichta cou
ty two; iBraui'rl cu.l.
county ol u Baker county <.
county ttwo; DuvaIl county Tiii,, ''
Johns county two ; Voluls'acounty oiu;
Oruang' county two Putnam county
two; Marion county two ; Sumter couw.
ty two; Hernando county two I illd-
borontgh county two ; Polk county ont i
Manateo county one; t t io county one
Brl~'artd county onue, Morle' county
And on the samto day thevr will 1,,
held iu each county of the Stalt a
Gontoral election for Constables i, each
county being allowed and entitled ti
onle onstablo for every two iundsfed
registered voters in the county; pro.
vided, however, that no county s hll
have more than twelve Constables ; yet
that eaoh county shall bo entitled to at
least two Constables, regardless ,f thn
number of reoistered voters.
The attention of Sheriffs istl called t
the oliw requiring them to locale a copy
of this notice to eo published in a nrw..
paper printed in the county, if hlure he
a paper in the county; mmd if there be
no paper published in the. county they
shall causeu at least five copies of thi
notice to be posted in the most public
placesro in the county.
1r the information of ell ooncerntd,
and nt obedience to the requirements of
the law, I have caused to be published
the laws governing elections, munad shall
forward copies of the aeon to th e Ol'rki '
of the Circuit Courts in the severlnI

counties. .
In testimony tu .4, i have here.
unto set u.- hand and hav
hereunto affixed the Groat Sefl
[L.S.] of the State of Florida, at Tal-
lahassoe, tbo Capital, this. six.
teenth day of August, A, D.
Secretary of State.
Aug. 31, '78.

Itelantlul to Cbl4ll orf C4nveo.
tieuL to il evie tie (UColatltu.
The People of the State nf Flirid,.
represented in Sena nalte Assembly, .,i
reolve asfollows That it is the ideote.
mination of this Luialatiut thlt it is
necessary to Oatit a revisloni of the
, tire Uoustitltion of the Stnte or
' oridaR that this determination be
Entered upon the respective journiils of
the two houses of this Legislature. ith
the yeas and nay, aud that. thie a6ne i-
d to the LegiIlature next hb Lre
Sto be ahusen, and shall bu public.
in at least three newspapers of thil
for threo months before the timur
sing the poxt Logislaturo.
&DP BLOXHA,. soortarv ,,f .
,...:a, 'do hmr eb
aI o' tro ,

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