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Title: Key West dispatch
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Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 60-68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: H.A. Crane
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: January 17, 1880
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1867; ceased in 1880?
General Note: "Republican."
General Note: "Official organ for Monroe County."
General Note: Editors: W. Maloney, 1867-1872; F. Maloney, <1870>; W. Maloney, Jr., <1871-1872>; H. Crane, 1872-1874; E. Ware, <1874-1876>.
General Note: Publishers: W. Maloney, Jr., 1867-1872; H. Crane, 1872-1874; C. Clark, <1876>; E. Ware, <1876>; S.C.L. Wilkinson, <1880>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 44 (July 13, 1872).
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OLC.xiiiNo KEY WEST, FLA., JANUARY 17, 1880. ., PRICE 10 (
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Solicitor t hancery,


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ATTORNEY AT -AW

WNOTARY P UBLIO.
T Will pmatloein the U. a.a State-'ourts.


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By 8. (0, L. ilkinson:*
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Our Earopean Letter. ;
'GiUAND'S RULERS.-THEIR SUCCESSES AAD
vAlW,&ER.---BLUpBERS COMMITTED B1 THE
'PRESENT ADHIltl.y8ATIO'.---aRELAl&,D'S SUF
FitlkNGS.-TNG UESTT COrONIsS -TO, COMPErE
wir" THE UNIrTED STATES IN THE EXPORT
OF BEEF.-AN EMIGRAITTON sCARE THAT
tAY 9'l" PROTI[TABLE TO THE UNITED STATES.
Loruio,'Eng. December, 29th 1879.:
The main infterest of the week in Ei lan'a.
is g jatrel '' 1 Mi.Gl.i'joi' kirL
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80".fnt --- P117F TA^*^r^-*-^?<^
oftpaign L 1w hf a '
the*6Li6eri party from its low. estate.tp ,
pitch of enLlsl$ai t i a wyit. evidont.,
earry the. comm injoc ton catests to ,, tpi-
anmploant eqnclusion. Since e., bst9 d4ys
"Of Ljrd Palioiston there has b4wn no. po-
plular Foroiga" Minister on'the ibe6rzl.side.
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Earl ussel was a failure, alid E.rl Gral.
yille made no miark'on the times, although
hbe probably deserves more credit than le
Often gots. Lord Baconsfield did undoubt-
'ed!y 4l t first gain much ,applause" and gryti-,
fy manv who d) niiot follow .Tory lead
Tlierd was in app:eariice at loeat, a RTeZ
Brittannia tw;iu. about his doins t.ihat
gratii..t no ansiam uItint of ntional:,1 van-
ity, bthut. which h'as turned its adtnirers iuty,
its dupli,. There coul be no pretence 'f
merit in the neglect of home interests an,
the silly Permissive Bills of the Tory .*abi-'
net, hut for a time it dazzled with its for-.
eign fireworks, and in the delusion so crea-
ted was for some -time its strength. Sound
Liberals saw thTrough it all along, but the,
unwary were credulotus. It is now plain
tha, the falso character of the whole thing
is seen by swarms of elmcors who were Mr
a tCme misled and, ias Mr. Gladstone, Jl-'


MdeLeoss,.'ps sailed from France fur the
ISthmus of PilanlT'Saturday. Gen Grant
is to hnsten to Cuba, not even stopping t6
receive the honors whici the metropolis
would ghtladly b(-stow upon him. It woulf
notrt be strange if theso two men, whoso
names are more intimately associated .than
'Any.oth-.rs with a ship. canal between, the
I antie arwl Pacific oceans, should meet at
no diAa.nt day, perhaps in Cuba and pos-
s 'v at A.inw.all, ov somo other .oinat o:,

tWrld bo tor tho country it -these two fa-
"mous mon should quietly arrange a meet-
.ting for the amie.ible arrangement of differ-
eneqs ts to the rival schliemes for the great
'canal! We may'wish that, even ift no -';
meeting has been prearranged, some.happy i
'ha" ce ay bring them together during., :.
thoixr visit in-"their tropical regions, that the
gigantic project upon which thetractions
exert so powerful an influence may be
Iavstoned to, consumation. So unanimous
is the sautim.onut throughout America, and
even throughout t.te world that Gen. Grant
4Ql1d t!he fato of the Inroroceanic Oanal in
his hauds, that lie must fuel the weight of.
a great responsibility upon himn. We hopn
that e will not prit the Winter i to e ar s
.withbut making some decision whIeh will
;wrsure.the sFeedy construction of the Ni- "
ctragua Cenal. To givQ.the cJchmorce of
tie world a clih.inel for*sr ps between the
tivd'gre:1t oecais will 16-*he most conspieu-
ous bene'Tit hioh it i now within His pow-
er to l:bestow upon mankind.-N.Y Eove.ing
Mai!.

. Died Dead Drunik.
On Wodnesday evening o(if las': we.k, a
colored( plaintor ahid whitowashor,knoiwn,
abour town as D)orsey Williams, diei from .'
ifMIffets of a nint of whisk-y, which he


4W HAS i fre .]+roof Warehouses
r hlts for acoommrddtion 4.the largoat li
chs8 Shbips, Co t;eo, Jcoean< *,
i .Other supplies tor St~efuery.. (i*
maylrly,.

-JBBIAH FOGARTT. REDRRICC TJOHNSON.

F0ARTY &" JOHNSON.


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Commissoi n Me rchants.
rPionSptreet Ke Wcst. Fla.
Wil -gile itvriet vperoial attention to'all.coh-
signmbntsontrusted to.them.
Pronp returns mado-in all cases.
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'Govornor"--UMo. .irewi., .1 i. .
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Troasnre-Walter )w nn. ,
S Adjutant:Gon'l.-John ii'utn '"
S Attorney General-G<.'P. kIRaniey.
Soc,'ty. of State-W. D. Bloxham:
: r:' lap-r-Idt' 'Pubtic Itrcion.--W, P.naey.
s lai and Im snlg.ration
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ittjgo--JAfdles W, Lot'k-. '
+ JiMstrict Attornoy--G. Bow Pa tigtonb .. ::
C" L'-crk-Eupno 0., Locke.
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Q-Olioctor of Customa-F. N. Wicker. .:,,,
Deputy 'to tnr- F. I Wro. W .
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'' "'A qWATEIR, de, "&e., Supplied on board Vessels and Steamer
at the low1edt possible rates. & '
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DUV-AL STREET, KEY WEST FLA-
( *qiWill atteid t6 all cons'igninents entrustod
to his caho wik' 6elority aid dispatch. Perial
attention ito ales. '
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'serves, convi tion incoming home through draunhkat one draught on a wagor. He had
tho pocket as..,well as, through the hMart and been indulging freolv for some days, anil
brain. The Constantinople .business hli& esgici:lly on the morning of the one nio'.-;
be'mne -' ridiculo.us. There is no pros- tioned. Ho drank the pint of \whiskey
pect of reform, and all,-that- has been gained abdut unon, another party paying for it. on
by threat ening and coaxing is to-obtai tl-.o c6ndiions stated. Shortly afterwards .
permission for,Colonel Bnker to write let-: ono of the policemeu found sitting on a bar-'
ters to the Sultan he is not lik.-:ly to raid relin front of Magoe's store, too drunk to
and which he will not act upon if -he does take care of'himself and had him conveyed
There o,iin no part of Jhe world anything across the street 'to Washington Square,
worth having in proportion to the c'oqt at where, about sundown, hlie wats doentra ,-"
whbich.the Imperial Premier has obtained it. to be dead. by sonmeo boys whio ate teetd tL '. P
Thosewliho still believe Cetywayo was ia wae'o liim. flic police were infovur i
w"'OU LCOOf 4flangaM- OaRPmo^f, praeie Q 4htht-+4e- thfAt 4 ap TOl it j~ -,rag3-- mnm A4 > a^ T P.
millions spent in lbroaking his power were ompannolled by Justice West wlo t .A*1.I
wisely' applied. The warwas a wretched a verdict in accordance with tho abowe .,
display ot bungling and prodigious waste. FlorMdian. .. .
.Tho.Afghan war lias still :o bo brought to ''' :
some mostly, cnceluision, and n6 one, can .. he Idea smoker.
imagine what newL devices may .be acted .Ti "a delight to watch him. 'Lazily
upon and made the excuse for more squan- lea. ing back in his bchair with his fet4pnp
'deritig in reference'to th6 'ITurkc. Tho in- tho rtaible, ho gently draws into his system
oonertax raised from twopence to firepceo, th'i fragrant arouiatic smnoko, and remioving
with n, probable rise of twopence more'in his ci.-ar carefully from his mouth, lost.tho
the next Budgeu, the, finaIe in. disorder, a white ashe sltoul1d fall, hlie blows into" he(
huge addition to the deb4 ; these show air a siucceessiou of valporous cirfles, watelheli .
what Imperialismi costs in' money. .them float fur a second, expand and hreak
The distress in Ireland still continues iuto eth.eral blue. Ht o sees iu thornem bright
unabated. The ordinary condition of the visions, sitisfyiig dlay dreamuis, and ho b
Irs I gar nh loa Pom is bro'wi+: Havaim, the
Irish peasant is so low that depressing it again inklos from his browr avn the
any lower, comes close to oxtingushing-his geotle naorotie that soothes his nerves .and
life. One roomed huts, withf scArcely .any, gives 4imn unbounded rest 'from- business ,
-furniture, swarming With half-naked chil- ciri's. If we could be suro of enjoying ;a
dien, the pig, and some poultry, if the oc- cigar .as. this does, wo'd learn to smok,
cupier is likely enough t- hve such *brea.- btforo night, i, itlaid us on a bed of sick-
tures--7-hi-sis what Ithe .traveler seesif ho ness Jor a wOoL. -New Haven Register. .
ventures away from the :few thriving towan A 1Lr ic *r'. iprS.
The weo t season has made the past almost -..
worthless for food, and the potatoes; haI'e dQueen Victoriah h\ signified her inten.
yielded an extremely scanty crop. tion of erecting a ,meotial Cross- to the
Gradually the whole worMd is opening up rmory of ithe late Princo Louis Napolon
its treasures, for England.. From OiInadi on the snot where he ,''is follow J by Zulhi
and the Unted States already freshly, m aa 4 1g.1st L -A s r tnary at Pioti-"ari tzl)rg. 11
has teen seuth and by its means the prices South lAfrken, WN repr the o seone under
of beef and mutton i. tiM .dfditry thas, the' .rttiou of Lady Fret, wife.o Sfir
been mtitait- iay lrd toed."Bft\t New S,-u Burftldfrere.
W alkS aiid V icloriiL-PM 6'd'ateo : +++ ..
s aj Vicmori"Le immediately Vlill before the Virginia Logis-
isA i -him Ln"-
I tIeterto effpi.at-anot month. lature to apmrolariate $7,.P,000 for the prr-:
should witness the arnval here of .ome six p I pons~o.iing Confederale invalid :
huu.ired car cases of beef'andto'h 1nel a1d, the wi,]os an.d .orphans of Confeler- .
of mutton tom eac of thes celdnies Th ;ate saliea. Thbii.bill is a masur.- uf the "
ides ito freeze them before the ship that Readju.tor. :Tho Debt-payers ridicule-it :
convoy s the cargo to England starts, and ^.
keep them in'that eonditiun tintil their ar- iri^ aconaeqance thoytfavorda ,:
rival heir. Should the experiment prove Uch r apporiao. .
a success-and there is no apparent reason r, .. ; o ... ....; :
why it sliould not-it is proposed to con- l
tinue the trade on a Iarger scaler Thus Th9 q b Hu *
mother cZuntry begins to be bencfiLed by The GenoralTerm of the Suprome Cour t.
the younger branches'"tif the Empire she3 of; New N w ork, to which the counsel of _
has-formied. ...Chasiri, Cos, appalel, upon, his conviction '
During the'past f6w'days an'' emiigration by ,the Court of Geonral S,"ssions'"of th- "
scare has taken possession of a large e'pro- mu'rdr of Mrs. 'Huli, lhas finally affirmed
portion of the miners iu DuJ i ham anlNort'i. the -,e`i n ,f 'tho lower eourt,and denit,1
umborland; b0nseqiieLut" on the receipt of' that thott- '" a'l:objections urged by "oun-
mbrohh,| Wli,|t onourh to justiry the' set.
most unfavorable news fr mbrtho.rminers l eight enou to justify tho" -
who but recently emtigrated to Now South ting aside of tiho vorlict. Thi court has
Wales, with the most rosy project -of ordoied at a no:w :ay shouldld .,e set fr .
good and profitable employment beM out 'the ec.cutii,'nd tlhis atrocious bui'rglar and
tothin.' Tley have been cruelly deceived, riurleoor .will now probably be hung,
and the deception will have the effect of tho-u, it is btill possible to procure dela.
checking to some oconsier-able extnt, tho by a motion to remove the case to the'. :
rush of emigration which 1-itely hbas seizel Oourt of ,Appeals at Albany. "
upon the miners. At tholattcr part oflast '
week, L-,.te.s antid colonial paper were re- Thy wore talking of shooting when th' I :
ceived by several relatives in thodistri ct of iii"tr,'atte sw -1rott"y ta- stories h"l /
Durham. Fritn the reo;6fts thus to hand 4qktj)l.A, ,omiIrkKd, .;%.' ,e I had a trial;
it scens that;'the eiiiig'ation of miners otoof.tifWe.G lB_-*.. missd qnoe," 11 e
fiom n -his country has asuimod .such wait .il We' "aJ t-xuatfd it "4
large proportions .as to s'eriqisguy .. fectL the coiyliielB ,W his sup1116FhthWmanh. ..
demand for'nmin.ing lbor in kie AnUt' .wheah ldra.tlyiad4,i%:"My"bbothdir sti
pod,:s where yer'y lan i ectirigs of te, fourteeIfbitoip, an A shbotaouce-and miss. ..."
l-aboring class have been heirl to dea, And hbi niled.just,; in.coptly-as if .he,- : ,
with the question, an'Id tho reports to hanr, 4a I,4tOcc'ompliAs.ebd anything parucularly ..
0f the meetingsb reveatl a v..ry sJrious aspect worth -o. o. ; :*;+,
of affairs so serious indeed, that a tartii + + ,; ,p ..... ..... .... +
nunib%*1ofmrinrsIfr6ni Diurh.ut audNod i, 0 Thols lacnliar story ot a way to ma1keL
ionberlantidwho left England drning thb diaiiuns is r.towed in EuroTeaA dis-
recent groat strike In Darhliam, are now on patches. This time a Mr. James Maclear, of
theirr wy iy back to En.g.IAid without ever -Scotlant] is named as ths fortunate inveu-
having handled a pick. tar. Both scientists a .wl -l,-Ilrs ors on thi1
A". iA: i de $iscredit the story. ,,


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This .ing thro largest establishment of its kind in the city; everything hsuay
kept in a first ceiss Drug Store, will be found thero. :
S Physicians prescriptions accurately compounded o t all hours.
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SShl ip i'ehard C '..ur' .
County Troauar(r,--- i- im .cry., .-
Coroner- .'.. ., ,* .
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Williuam ,arry, Whboilesale and Retall Dealer In Gro,
ceir-s, Provlrons, Hanr.lwate, 'ShipehaelIry, Froit
; ; St~r0 t;, *,.^ *, '.:'.:^ 1 ;. *,, *,: * / ".>;,-- -..
4GOOARTY sndtO'INSONDeala'rstn hip.-han.lel ,
0 rocerliot and Provisions, tont Street. { :
PIERON'St WERMT'EIMMR, Doaern in flrslt clas an-
ey Goods, Glqtipg, Boots, Shops, Ladies and Gontd sup.-
ae.. &z. Simto to. near foot of Front st. .
F. MoNT-LTY. Importer pf and Dealer in Fine Wlne.
rliquora of all klndi and best 'Key Wast gavana Cigars
Comer of Froitrand Duval Kfieefs'.
A V. Tlh,' 6oiaissioi Merchants, fo patrick Setet. '
0.. Taoeke, Aitiori6y'at finw ad-. 8. Commissioner
office aL1J. 8. Cpur;'Rooimq- ^ *
W 0. Malono a Jr.; Atqrney at L.iv pfid Solic,itor in
Chancery I! palco, oer'the GWe h u lldlng.'
wul'tam -Warr--,, Unertarkers, and furniture
dealers, corner of Charlesa and Duval; Streets.
J. ATKN8s,' Pinlni, shop dn teml.ng-street, iqear the
,,,,'+ G arrtson- ., '; ** .;; ; ', i-++,'l "!*,. ,;' : -*'* "; +.i) "
W. D. Qa omfh, ,i-cn' r), r 4dds,', Grocerlm,
; nkes No.?pn8, apcyArtcl3R, St ron.tn v1-:
S' J. DELAN C,, Doalor In 'Clothing, Fancy Goods,
r +q =-id _. ay ii'i tri;c Street.
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TU "CK, COM.mAion -Mirphaot,
J- I.' Wentherford," D,.aler In cloiing, yancy
oods rermnqr, &e.. Front Silreet :o ,,
: Jacob RaI" loOt 4 4hpe Makor Frotnt Silreot, and
"A-:+*."+:' v fine euppy ofL&d vs Mena andt Childreas Boolt and
;' ,, Shoes oaP W1r t Slret, ",
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has copoatantly, on hand afull sup1py of

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SATURDAY" JANUARY 17, 1880.


Bad Writing in tthe Postma[ser
General's Office.
Postmaster-Geieral Key is very anxious
that all letter, s going into the Poet Offices
shall be properly directed. Ho should
be anxious also to see all letters coming
out of his. departments properly addressed.
We saw a letter this week from the office


FIUO1i OUR WASHINGTON COR-'
RESPONDENT. j

WASUINGTON, D. C., Jan 7, 1880. }
MEz. EDITOR :
Our New year opened as bright and
balmy as a May day. The sun shone brilli.
antly, and the'boautiful weather wasa en-
joyed to the fullest extent by our callers.
Even our oldestt inhabitants,' who in re-
sistance to modern innovat-ons, are as te-
nacions and unyielding as the Bourbons:,
generally succombed to the seductive in-
fluences offered by the Clerk of the weat-her
and our handsome ladies joined in the
throng of callers, whose carriages rolled
through the streets from. early morn till
late in the evening. In ante-bellum times
theie was no observance of New Year's
day as a holiday wherever slavery obtain.
ed. The slave began his rounds of gaiety
6n Christmas eve and ended it with Now
Year's morning, going then to work pre-
cisely as on other days of the year. Tie
ma4Ster himself conformed to the cushi,
and nowhere in the South was it observed
as a day Of rest or leisurb. lece the cus-
tom, of devoting it to calling on friends, and
thereby keeping alive old memories and
friendships, came here since the war as an
innovation which our native old fogies hare
resisted and condemned, though with annu-
ally lessened columns, until now a mere
corporal's guard refuse to open their houses
and usually hosptable boards to their ac-
quaintance. These we will bury, with their
prejudices, in another year or two, a-d then
Washington may be regarded as wholly
rejuvenated.
-The White fHouse is, of course, the first
and main object of attention. Official eti-
quette requires the members of the United.
'States Courts, as well as each ,subordinate
official, from members of the Cabinet down,
and soldier and sailor, o p ay their respects
to the President on New Year's Day, and as
the foreign legations are also included in
this Cbmpulsion, the White House necessa-
rily becomes the centre of an immense
throng ot callers. Theghltter of gold and
decorations is seen on all sides, even from
1 to 2 o'clock, when the doors are opened
to the common citizen, who pour into the-
mansion with a jam and crowd that is fear-
ful to weak nerves and costly dresses. The
interior bf the white House was never more,
tastefully decorated. The corridors bloom.
ed'with potted plants, whose fragrance fill-
odae air. Flagswore'arranged in vari-,
ous'nform- HU all the parlors, and their
foldst p4 'ell as the chandeliers and: mir-


TE':aLEG5AM S.


STATE ITEMSw.

The Tallahasseo Patriot publishes a well.-
writ.ten and severe letter from one.
Coleman, a pardoned convict, in reference
to the bad treatment of convicts in Major
Wyse's camp.
The recent municipal election at Pbnsa-
cola resulted in a Republican victory., For
Mayor the Republican nominee received
591 votes, and the Democratic nominee 478.
The warm weather continues; the ther-
mometer ranging &t about 75deg. in the
shade.--Monticello ConstUtion.
Quite a number of colored men in- Mon.
ticello made application to the Commission-
ers recently to havo their uames placed on
the registration.'
The Directors of the coming Stater Fair
to be held in Jacksonville have decided
that no games of chance will bb allowed on
the grounds.
The Cedar Key Journal -estimates that
the cotton crop of Levy'county will pet tho
snug 'sum of $66,000 this- season, an ad-
vance over last 3 ear"s receipts of fully one
hundred per cent.. ,. -
Two young Americans, George "reen
of Texas, and Frank Seales, of Boston,
while in a mail coaah in Mexico recently
where attacked by a band of thirty high-
waymen. The two young men fought the
entire band, killing five, wounding several
and causing the remtider to retreat.

S Brkitlsh NNaval q low -,
HArrFAX, Jan. 9N -!Admral Sir B. A.
Inglefield hoisted his flag an H.M S Belle7
rophon at Bermuda on the 27tb ult., on his
promotion to the rank ;of Admiral of Her
Majesty's fleet. The flmg was duly honored
honored with a general salute.
Her Majesty's ship Bacchante arrived at
Barbados on Christmas Day, with the Royal
Princes -.f Wales Albert Victor and G(eorge
on board. The Princes landel aud pro-
ceeded to Government House.

A ,GRE-T PAPEIC
The Somqy Sovta has been constantly
Improving, until it has-Ao nearly attained
to perfection. The last issue comes tor us
enlarged to 48 columns,, is really a graud
number, in every resped" and every body
should send for it without delay. In future
it will conabine, al the best features of alt
the papers of tho Cav, and nuay justly be
called the national family par' r of the,
south, for eyery family will surely take it.
It will contain ever possible variety of
reading matter, with" splendid llustrad and everything to-entertain, Amuse and
instruct a family. Make up clubs in every
community, and send right along' for it.
Clubs of five can get it for $2,00. ofeh a
yearly. A single copy is $21.50. Don't wait
for Agents. '
Address J.1-1. & W.B. Sa. ALS, '
Atlanw,,.Ga.

THE GENUINE
DR.O.T.ANE'S
Celebrated Amencan"'
WORM SPECIFIC
OR

VERMIFUGE.

SYMPTOMS OF WORMS&
THE countenance is pale and lead-
en-colored, with occasional flushes,
or a circumscribed spot on ome or both
cheeks ; the eyes become S pupils dilate; an azur|| semicircle
runs along the lower |pe-Iid ; the
nose is irritated, swells, and so; netimes
bleeds; a swelling of the upper lip.
occasional headache, with humming
or throbbing of the ears; an unusual
secretion of saliva; slimy or furred
tongue ; breath very fopul, particularly
in the morning ; appetite variable,
sometimes voracious, with a gnawing
sensation of the stomach, at others,
entirely gone; fleeting pains in the
. stomach ; occasional nausea and vbm-
iting; violent pains throughout the
abdomen ; bowels irregular, at tinmes
costive ; stools slimy, not unfrequent-
-ly tinged with blood; belly- swollen
and hard ; urine turbid ; respiratiun .
occasionally difficult, and accompa-
nied by hiccough; cough sometimes
dry and convulsive ; uneasy and dis,'
turbed sleep, with grinding of the
.teeth ; temper variable, but generally
irritable, &c.


Whenever the above symptoms
are found to exist$-
DR. C. McLANE'S VERMJFUGE
will certainly effect a cure.
IT DOES NOT CONTAIN MXRCUR.*
in any form; it is an innocentt prepas
ration, not capable ofdoing the slighest ,
injury to the most t4dar-iff4* ....
Thev genuine DR. McLANrs's VER-
MIFUGE bears the signatures of C.
MCLANE and FLEMING BROS. on the
wrapper. -:o:-
DR. C. MeLAN'8

LIVER PILLS
are not recommended as a remedy "for
all the ills that flesh is heir to," but in
affections of the liver, anl in all Bilious
Complaints, Dyspepsia fnd Sick Head-
,, ache, or diseases of thaf character, they A
stand without a rival.
AGUE AND FEVER.
No better cathartic can be used prepayN
-story to, or after taking Quinine.
As a simple purgative they are un-
equaled.
BEWARE OF XXlTAT~ioN
The genuine are never sugar coated.
Each box has a red wax seal on the
lid, with the impression DR. MiL.A.N's
LIViRt PILLS.
Each wrapper bears the sitnatures of
C. McLANE and FramING BROS.
Insist upon having the genuine Dr.
C. McLANz's LivER PIL34, prepared by
Fleming Bros., of Pisttsurgh, Pa., the
market being full of imitations, of the
name MoLtne. spelled differently but
ione pronunciation.


WASHINGTON, Jany. 13--C-hief Ouray
and the delegation arrived here yesterday.
AovUSTA, Me.. Jany. 11-It now seems
utterly impossible to get a quorum without
the aid of the Republicans and a failure to
do so thus, far has only strengthened, the
Republicans in their position.
PORTLAND Me., Jany. 12--President
Lamson has assumed the duties of Govern .
or and has notified the Senate of ':s action
at the same time stating that tho exercise
of Executive functions being, inconsistent
with his father's action as President of the
Senate lie cannot in tile meantime dis-
charge the duties of presiding bpffier of that
body.
AGUSTA Me. 11-At 5;40 this evening
the Republican members of the Senate and
House proceede(. to the State Houso for
the purpose of organizing *a Legislsture.
The news that the Republicans* had taken
possession of the State House spread
rapidly and caused great rejoicing among
tie Ropublicans who have been, impatient
to have this result ,brought Lamson President of tile Senate when
he saw the ,,peol, a awml:,Iitugx
p;-oceedea to General ChatibrTl' a Quar-
ters and excitedly said "I protest against
these men coming in." The General in-
formed Mr. Lamsom that he should permit
the men to come in and stay as long as
they please.
NEW ORLEANS, 13-Governor Wiltz will,
be inaugurated next Wednesday in Odd
Fellows Hall. A special to the Times
from Assumption La., reports the killing
of W. Parker jr., (colored)by Allen Hite a
Justice of the Peace. Hite escaped.
RICHMOND, Va., Jany 13-The collection
in the city for the relief of the famine suf.
ferers in Ireland aggregated $2,500.
CoLUoBus 0., Jany 13.-Governor Foster
was inaugurated yesterday.
AUUsTA,. -ME., Jan. 14.-On assembling
of the House this morining a committee on
Election was appointed, and retired to per.
form its duties.
The police force at the State House was
strengthened by an addition of 50 men.
Many rumors are afloat as to the inten-
tions of tha fusionists and the action of
Gen. Chamberlain in case Smith is elected
to-day as Governor.
The Election Committee has just decided
by a vote of three to two to unseat Mr.
Hale.
It is reported that there is a rupture be-
tween Solan Chase and Eben.F. Pillsbury.
Mr. Chase opposes the use of ,any force
-and will abide the~decision of the Supreme
Court. H-6 says ho will withdraw unless
the Democrats agree to this policy.
BOSTON, Jan. 14.-The Republican Le-
gislature of Maine submitted questions to
the Supreme Court to-day.

The Maine Decision.
COMMENTS OF THE PRESS.


perpetual Spring.
Kingfish plentiful.
Our caulkers are hard at work on the
bark Aeacia.., ;
There is a goodly number of visitors,-
-now in our midst. :


Pulse t--..r .th ..e Prol ,-.to ot the ThirdI Assistant Postmaster Goneral
Published for lite Propilhet ora .4
By R. C. T. WTTLKI,M enclosing a letter returned for postage,
B~y S. Cf. LJ. W LKIN5IV'^V4 Z3 -i 1i.i i
which was so poorly directed that it was
SATURDAY, JANUARY 17, IS80. deliveretl from the Post Office here to a
O.S iIal Organ for Monroe County. person to whom it did not belong. The
iuk was so pa!e and the chirography so bad
]) B. W ILU AM BUD T), the em inent physi- n t t w u t m o w
cian and author of *many medical treaties, hatitte on the letter.
is dead. ,.,
"*Thoee Whom the Gods would Destroy,
A RoEM despatch to the Telegraxph says They First make Mad."
the Court of Appeals has annulod the mar- THis trite but true saying is fully
riago of Gen. Garibaldi with tho Countess exemplified in the recent disgraceful
Raimond actions of ex-Governor Garcelon of
_. Maine, who made a bold anda un-
TimAws Vienna despatich reportsthat compromising attempt to wrest the Gov-
the waters of the river Vistula have risen so erarneut of that State trom the hands of
higt thlt,twehl v~ get .it-W the Cioow tle &,ityA po&umtvgnafo.. --tomante to
district have boen inundated; consider the' consequences of so rash an
act. but lobling only to the accomplishment
T uh Soiety f, n boli f of one object-that upon which the gods
1 -, ,o had fooled him, aud he has failed.
Slaver ,has addressed a petition to Con.
gros o t i su The'reeult is tha tall theoodium brought up
trress for the immediate and simultaneous ia- \ n
8 .,,, r. ,on the Democeratic party by this rash ac't still
l lib e r a t i o n o f t h e s l'a v y s i n a l l t h e S p a n is h a t h e r ,6 i t, h ie' M a i ne.n, t h tis h an a
adhere-s to it, Whire Maine is in the hands
possessionss'
of the Republicans, and is likely to remain
'there for all tin o to come, to say nothing
Tenure of Offike for internall lIevc- of thp effect fhat is produced on the minds
r. m ileetors. of 'all honest; meh ibroughout the
The subject of a tenure of office for In- cbuntry'and what will be the frsult in the
ternal evenuuv Collectors was unlor dis- coming Presidential election.
cussiou in'the Cabinet on th0: 9th inst., We pity Garcelon, 'as it could not be
when it was iesolved to recommend the helped; like tudas Iscariot, there was a
matter tQ Congress for its action thmreon. dishonorable deed to be done, and some one
:" .-......- had to do it, but we havw a contempt for
Qoncr'iAl'ttr:at. those whs endeavor -,o sustain him in his
We have been wixiting patently all the Io position..
; week to know. when Gob.- Graft may be T ,Natlonul Convention.
expected, and have just beon informed that W.AsauxoTox, Doe. 3.-Senator Cameron
thbestr: "Admiral" which is to convey of the Nationvl RepuMican Committee,
him here from Cedar Key did not leave issued to-day, the following call:
WilmingfoD),,X.CQ., -until the, 14tlh. This i .' o, I
Wil mnpo, ., h ,oh Thi A Na!ional convention of the Republican
will, rring her here6 about th0 18th or 19th. Imrty will meet at Chicago, wednesda- the
Gen, Grant, thereforee, cannot possibly be 2ld day of June next, at 12 o'clock, noon,
expected to ar'ive here before Wednesday for the nomination 0f candidates to be sup-
or Thursday next. portedi for president and Vice-President
S, .at the, next election.. ,Republicans and all
':.- '* *who *ill coa-perate. with them in supporting
Ane-iclan Cisp]ctition wlih E0gltamd the nominees of the: party are invited to
choose two delegates from each Congres-
- .,Lord Derby, speaking at a tr;t,(Ie banqueft'sional district., four at large from each state'
: atIc udrsfield on Thursday night, said:- twofrom ,ach territory, and two from the
'"The Untied'States rhid t bo our most fer'-Distriut. of Columbia to represent them in,
nmidable rival, but lihe Amnoricans do not the convontio. .
:lace ti in the open. Tht- 11o0 in ojt ctive tariM.evdn with the help .- r i^ "** '^c
::_. ^.J--L _-, ---, -.---^lair 49amerorwnis~-t~agivow notice of
-' or Whiovtii'y hftivf not wh,' .i.ly .*rkol tlio ", ... po- /, r,. ,
:: .. .......-j. nho apDoimtment of rlon.' C. J. IFiley, of-
importation of .n, lish, niaui:,cturo .to ..-is ,i t' 'i
S -. : t Missouri, the o n, Jno. C Now, of Indiana,
- America. Still, Americ.atl coumnotition is not i ,-.. 11 ..... ...
Amrc... a(Ind t L Hop. Powell Olayton, of Arkansas,
:- to bae g'htt! iipolicti O?." ; ., ,,', .r .* c
.. .. ,' ,.t ... ; t0 be mrtembers of the sub-committee'of tlie
..,o ~, '" : natfonal oommitteo appointed by that body
A TNw !it .ul.cn Paptcr. to take charge' of the cdnveoutiou hall. The'
We aTe glad ll~ic., on otr excliang resoliution authorizing, the oppointynont of
alist the"L<^, r, ,',a nqW 7.l =aflndsnoely th1is sub*commnittee provides that the chair.
gotten'Upeight pace.,uobkly, Eub;islihodfin man and Secrotary of the nations corn-
'NeW Oileans, 'La\'n-.l a -lhrig to the mItte Shall also be" of, its memborship.'-
principles o-oth6-u1 p.ib111i.emi party. The Stn and Press.
Ledger Thade its'f6rst appe. raneeo on the 3rd
..... '' .. .. 7 .... Cong ess omil Pr'occedlla s.
instant, and is abl .edito& by ex-Goveinor
B n r 'HOUSE"
Hahn '-


--Preparation are being made to give
Gen. Grant a good reception.
We have given up all hope of fiaving .
a good bracing No#,her this winter. 3 "
=- Mr. Mannel Escasa has been appoint- .-:
ed Inspector in the Custo.ms Department. :-- v

Chew JAcKsoN's Bxe Sweet Navy .
TobaccO- ', ,, *. 1' ]_ ^J ;^ ^. r, r *;,
-- Preparations are being made to give!
Gen. Grant a good reception. Roger Gor-

don is sti, ll c the alert. ^.. ., ."

Mansell aud-son were passengers'on' t---" '
State of Texag from New ytrU on Thurs-'^T-' '
'day I st. . ., Z ..., ; S

"lio Ball.:. ; ;
Tho Hook ard Laddear Company gave a "
Calico Ball bn-the 15th inst., for the benefit : "
of the company, which we are informed wag i-
.quite a success.. .. :>, ., !
-IT has been state,1 that the steamer to
convey Gen. Grant, the AdMiral, commands
a draugift of 17 feet. This statement is
incorrect; the vessel in question draw.%
but 8 feet and. is convenient in every parti-,
Scu liar. '* .. ... :* ..:,.: ,

HlLIS MANUAL" Social & Business. For
Everybody Agont wanted. W'a. Shepmrd, 9G
'Fulton St. N. Y. '.. --
, --The U. S.' 8.. Rearsrge, of Alabama <
notoriety, arrived from Havana'on, the i3tlh ,:
'inst., hauled right alongside oftfee Gooer-
ment, Wharf and commenced coaling. She '
is a common-place looking, vessel, third ,.
rate, 700 tons, and carries 6.guns. ... -,
-A ciizens' meeting b.ald in th6 city
HaM onthe 12th inst. endorses the program/
me agreed upon by the city comnc ffand
ihfairtuen of reception committecss other
citizeAAs w'th the oxcoption oaging to Jack. ,
son Squaro. \Ve cannot see any good rea- .
son feor this objection and hope no nutie-.
wt]l De take'p, of. it.
tW.! The Jacksonville [,io'owand Breeze.
dil not S.9em to b>o at all elated ; over the
visit of 'Gen. Grant. On the contrary tbuy,
'were qirito crest fulh' efrom tho fTleets i' j
!the grand reofeption given to theGeneral, .
and showed their bittfrnvsis in their' ei- *-
rials relative to tho ,ircunistancos cowee;,"t!t
ed with tho visit. .A.
**< ; ,niti ., ^ -

; *eemrfin *&Co.,-BIrh.Al, Mlich,, wtaL qaat'it
in tbis eourtny at'oro, at a1 salm*, 5 i,$1 trwt
Blnth and oxpcntcsu paiHl. For 1r11 pivrticulari
addrosaas alove., ..
Z:3 T'he latest telegram fromrt Maine
(l5th) says: The excitement, last night
in Lewiston was intense. The Pusionists'
openly boast that they have-600 men ready -
to obey orders, of Mr. Lamson.-" Over,
sixty Fusionists, every one, reported tobe
heavilylarmed, left for Augusta yesterday "
by a circuitous route. Tho Lewiston Li-ht #
Infantry, one of the two Irish 0co'ifpani'Sl. ?-s
it is reported will obey Lamisoa's orders.'


*rorf, wero festooned with flowers anu1 ever- Commenting on thq daciaion o ,the, Ur
green's "PThe Marine 'Band discoursed its "preme court of Maine oTr the quostionssub
* sweetest strains. The Presideat and M rs m"ted by Govoruor Garcelon, tho New
.York Tribuhe says
H ayes., with her assistants, "received" in ,, .. un8 .'.
the ne Parlor. Tie toilettes of those .. Tile decision britshes away every petti-
fo gging trick which had been devised to
ladies, as well as those of the foreign ,le-. d"eat the wi.l of the people, and, though
gation, were very rich and beautiful, and in every line and word Strictly judicial and
the. "reception" throughout may be taken non-partisan in tone, it breathes through-
as.a decided success in numbers and splon- out a spirit of intense indignation at the
doi. The parlors of the Cabinet officers ate ed perversion ,of law and prositu-
tion of official power to dishonest eyds. It,
were also thronged. There we're many gay stings like the sentence of a criminal by a
scenes about the city, for half the world justly indignant judge."
the ladies kept open house, and the other The decision will impress the whole
half was out calling. The list of ladies who country as sound in law and eminently
would receive, which our papers published, just' We concur entirely in the views
i neay al or ee a taken by the learned judges. We ask not
covcf;l nearly all our elite and "smaller who loses or who,, gained by the decision.
fry" an,d right well was the day employed. It is a matter of of infinitely small moment
Our ladies discountenanced the dispensing whether one party or another shall be tem-
of liquors, and, as a consequence, iess in. porarily in power when compared with the
*ebrialtm was ,seen than in the past. importance of preserving in absolute into-
brno wa S t i t gnty the principle of real popular govern-
The day, however, had with it some san- went.-New York Sun.
guinary aspects. A colored man opened The decision has delighted the Republi-
the bloody ball by shooting another negro cans and set the Democratic law at a shaip,.
to-death and dangerously wonndin, two er angle. -New York Herald.
other. These three men wore in the- The general views of the whole subject
murderous drinking saloon, and becoming with which the judges in Maine conclude
their opinion involve a bitter commentary
boisterous, a quarrel ensued, out of which on the theories which control d the ma-
.the, deadly, assault. About midday a jority of the electoral commission at Wash-
young lady named Horton attempted to kill ington. They should be widely circulated
Senator Morgan's (of Alabama} son, but and carefully pondered by all good citizens.
--.3N. Y. World.
,i n fl i c t e d a s l i g h t w o u n d i n h is s h o u l d e r T h e o n o fc th
with her pistol. She was i immediately The opinion1 of the court, which is
,w it h e p st o S e w s ni m di a ely c o m p le te ly a g a in s t G o v e rn o r G a r ce lo n is
.1irosted, but was, perfectly cool through- P^Ygis oenrGreoi
o bu wa po y cl troug= so comprehensive, clear and direct that it
out the whole affair and examination at must deprive him of the sympathy of all
.p6hco headquarters. Miss Horton came decent men who may have been inclined to
here from from Alabama l-st summer and support him. Under the circumstances,
entered suit against young Morgan for the,more promptly he accepts the situation
and undoes the wrong that he has done the
breach of promise and seduction Her story. better it will be for hm.7.- Y. Times.
f wrongs suffered at his hands'is a fearful The decision practically loaves the govern
one, and if true, it is no wonder. she is i-n- or and county without a single technical
.cined to take summary law into her owun point to stand upon, and they must now
hands. insolently defy the highest judicial author-
f ify of state as the Florida returning board
I.esDairlug of the BRitpxbllc. did, or undo their "work and certify'the
At a g Of tile Ml" rightfully chosen legislators their seats.-
.At a meeting of tie Middlesex Club Philadielphia Times-
recently in Boston President Seelye, of It has been demonstrated in the clearest
'Amherst College, is reported as having said: possible manner that returning boards'can-
I had a letter not long ago from a gen-
!tlman qite well acq.uninted with public ot be well trusted in any instance, and
lffe, an officer in tho army, in which he that they re epecialy untrustworthy
said, 'I'think we have elected our last when co .pois of ofic tinl who, in the
President by the people,' and President and unscrupulous partisans who0 have edue-
Seelye added "* We have come to a time cated themselves arot the immoral belief
when it behooves us to look out carefully. tat i t ics a i l o r al l
ThP Roman and Persian em pires had ter-t hat lnin "Ire,3it'ics, as in o ve nin g ar ele
ritories as, iarge as ours ; they had wealth thing are f Mr-.hadpi Evenig Tele-
unsurlmssed, and yat what, was their fate ?" raph '
-Savannah News. The decision will be generally taken as
an authentic and final demonstration of the
TIp crew of the British ship CapeoVerde, fallacy of Governor Garcelon's theory of the
Captain Haswell, from San Francisco for legal situation, and of the consequent.error
Captin ~asell frm Sn Fancscoforand injustice of his action--Philadelphia
Queenstown, have.mutinied. Warrants have Rcd.
been issued for the arrest of the ringleaders. Record.
GoNZAJ..ES, the would-be regieiile, has
written toKing Alfonso asking to be par- Indications point to GOneral Gonzalos as
done the next Mexican President.


S!ED CROWINC ,
IN THE SOUTH.
SOMETHING NEW! '
The increasing complaints -of worthl.Ws,
seeds so profusely offered for sale, 16d to
the development of this iew enterprise'
Thos. G. Royd of Sweetwater, Tepnn, i&
founder and proprietor of the-so0thern
Farm. He proposes more liberal terms t A ..:.,
can be bad of northern seedsmen. Send to
Mr. B. for further information.
Expererince in every branch of busi- .,
nessensures success. Inventors who secure
the services of attorneys familiar with Pa- ,
tents, and. the practice of the Paotent Office.
rarely 'ai1 in ( bt aiaiug Patents. The same,
rule applies in all Ofatost6d, Mineral, and
Ld-an Claims brought before the General.
Laad Office. t,. ,
PIIESBREY & GREEN, 509 Seventh street'
Washington, D. C., have had years of ex-
porIence in practice in all De|artmetfs of
the Government. (Send stamp for infrf-
mutton.) .... "


WASHINGTON, Jany.--Among the bills in-
trodueced and referred this morning was one
by Mr. Ryan ,of '.Kansas, admitting froe of
duty the clothing and other articles iestin-
ed for the relief of the.colored emigrants.
The Speaker then proceeded to call the
c-"mmittees for reports of a private nature.
, Bills were passed, removing, the political
,disabilities of W. S. Maxwoll, of Tennessee
and W. M. Sharp, of Virginia:; and also a
number of bills were passed for the relief
of private individuals.'
Mr.. C'onnor, of South -Carolina, pro-
sented a petition for tJhe paisage of the bill
which provides for returuhig to the freed-
men of the South th 'amount of their
savings in the Freedmon'aTrust Company.
Referred. /i ,
Mr. Haves, of Illinois, introduced a bill,
granting pensions to such ,survivors of the
Mexican War as were,not concerned in the
late rebellion. Referred.
At '3:45 the Housft a'journe.1 until Mon-
day, ., :.
Thei8enate adjourned. yesterday until
Monday. .' ,
'. A r m -y ; :- .- -. -
WVSHINaGTOak, Jany. 5"--Captain William
J. Volkmar, Fifth cavalry, is ordered to
Fort Leavenworth Kan ,'to report for duty
as aide-de-c, rip on General Pope's staff.
The leave of absence of Chtplain George
G. Mullins, Tw~enty-fifth infantry,,is 'exten-
dead six- minonths. Leave of -absence is
gratedd to First Lieutenant James Curry,
Fifth Artillery for .six months, withper-
miasion to apply for an extension of three
months. .
'NavAl.
W.% sutNqiTO.x, J'iny. 5.-'Assi*tant Engin-.
eor Goorgo' B. Riinson is .ordered to. the
Doleware Iron Works for special duty, and
Passed AssistanAt Engineer John F. Bing-
ham to the Navv Yard at Boston. Passed
AsMi6tant Engineer William H. Harris is
detached from the Nav Yavy Yard for sea
service. Ensign W. D Carpenter is de-
tached from. the United States ship Ten-
nesPee aOn, I( 'ranted threo iuontil' leave of
abselice. Chief Engineer H-T L. Snyder,
Pass 41 Assistant Engineers J .A. B. Smith,
E. A, aagee a,,d E.L-. Phillippi and As-,
sistat Engin eer A B Wallets, are ordered
to bold themselvCs' in 'readiines.Is for sea
ser,'ce. '


., .. .. T .ca ": ,"'~
A. Troancyq ei-;r,:ular has been issued fix-
ing the.'valuo of foreign coins il United
States maney for'tho now vear. The follow
ing changes aro announefT:Z**The dollar r of,
Central America, Ecuad&1(4, tho United,
States of Colombia, Peru an(I Bolivia, is
reduced from 93.5, to 83.6 cents,the Mexican
(I dollar from 101.5 to 90.9 cents, the indian
rupee froi4 4414 to 9.7 cents, 6W, the
S .ussian trouble from 74,8 to 6069 cont-s'

Jo 0 Sheriman l> IDe 4t10 Next Pre.-

'Goneral Ga.trfld s'nomimation by aclam-
: ation for United States SendTior by the Re-
publicans of ,theoOhio Legjlilature, besides
being a splenidhl tribute rto oe ofl the truest
nmen it me'ican politi s, is regarded as L
b t handsome gain for Secretary S herman when
considered in its Prcuid,-'tial] significance.
; With~al the-,tal -t f177t- Gunt -will -thfie
c next Pi'rsid.-rntial candidate, we'll v-ntnre
S the prediction that he will not be in tile
:*-/ race at all S -orman, Blaine and Wash-
'' bune -will be ti- contestants,'and Sherman
is to belthe n.pxt Pru,&aident. "Now put that
down. : [ .

: *SralndcS Wirs Thief.
The mnahinous dtipdsion of the seven
: Justices Co irisi;.." tllh Supremo Court of
,Maine cundlemmn t-e Lihovernor and Council
and sustainsi the v] p'hlinans upon every
S point. TlIINnw York TIB.u'uE snvs -
"The decision ;lings Hlio thl sentence of a
greata, criminal 1,y 4 justly, indilwjt
"Jufdga. If the Cutnrt had c-auaefjfhol ;VVI
"Thiel' totbe branded upon the 1*>rowr a
,"fthe Governor, of -each member of the
"Council,.and of every member of the Nie-
"gislature wbt) should talke a seot to which
"he wasvot entitled it could not hae, fixed-
"Opon those individuals a deeper a~rtd more
*1abtmg disgrace." .


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Misson nt St. Hary's Churchi'. : *,*"
A Mission will bo given iat the abpvoe
Church by Rev. Fat hei strong S. '., com.-
mencing Sunday January 18th, ending the
.following Sunday. The order of exercises .
through the week will be as follows -
At 5 a m. Mass and Sermon; At 4 p.
M. special instruction for children ; At.7j
p. m. Prayers, hymns Sermonn .and ,,Bet.e-
diction. : After the evening services special;'
instructions ,will- be given to Adults who
have not received tleir first Communion
and to thosd who might wish to be instruct, -
ed. in the Catholic faith.
All the Catholics of Key West are earn- -
estly invited to attend the Mission, and
.arrangements have also been made for the
accommodation, of strangers who during
the time would wish to visit the6church.


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.* 1.ANYD OFFICE ;
d ONFAV.tLLK, FI.A .Tan y. f ti. 1880.
Notice is hr.,rcbv oiven tha' 1h, follf-wing-namc-d "
settlor ha-; filed notic.ol bii, o to..' i,-,n Inl iiakl,
final Proof in support,. i' hoa sm *I c'vurelindii
entry tilerol at tlhtI ,(-xpi),r!tii o [IF, itf/ v l' ,, from
the dato of his no lice, % iz : ;'- .
it-6 al IV. _d%:i,],2-. 1-hd. oo r,"
theo Lot No. 7, S(76 .f an.d I r' 2, S, in I1 .
63, S. -Range, 38 E. and'names the- foliowii., a-4
is witncsss,,viz: I.. S.'Lowe, o4 D).de C'o.
Fla. ai1d lIobert Albury.of adodCo. t1,. '
L.'A.. B UKi 019. .
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No. 120.-. ...
LAND OFFICE
GmIqMSVILLI ?LA Dec. 9, 1S79. :
Notice is hereb-y given that the lollowing-namred
settler ha nkh- no-ice of his' intention to mel.
final proof irn .Siipphrt of his claimNad secure final
entry thereof at the expiration of thirty days frolm
the date of this notjci, viz "
,Robert A liin-y:,l44. No. 806 for tho
Lots 2 and S. \*.:*iM. 'P 4t see. 27 And Lots I
and 2 ofs'c. 34 Tp. 62 S' of Rang0 38 East and
nalmes the followii.g as his witiucssos,, viz : John
Robers of Key Largo, Fla. and Saumel Johnson of
Key Largo, F!a.. ,
L A BARNES,
Keff,'sir..'

No. 136.
LAND OFFICE l
GAINESVILLr, Fla. Dec. 10, 1879. )
Notice is hereby given that the follbwing-named
settler haA filed notice of his intention to make :
final proof in support of his claim, and secure final
entry thereof at the expiration of thirty dayp from'.
the date of this noticelO, viz : I
Job t' No. 6 see. -3, Town 62 S Rlange 38 Eastfand nanes'
the following as his witnosos, viz : Robert AI-
bury of Key Largo, Fla and Absalow Alburyrof -
h oy Largo, Fla.
L A BARNE9. :

S'No. 161. -
LAND OFFICE ""i;
OxAINsVILLB FLA., Jany. 8th 18t0. I
IN otice is hereby given that the fllowing:mnned.?
settler has filed noticoAf.- his intention to' mak.e
final proof in siuppart ot his claim, and. secuie final
entry there; at the expiration of thiity dJys from :
dAto of this notice, viz:
Alnos LOWC, 1ld. No. SODfor-theIot
3 & 4 and \V,of N. W.A See. 4. TI,. 62 S. Raivg> -
38, k'.and nam es the foltowing as his whites.,.,
viz: Robert A]bury of Kdy Largo,' and Absalom i
Albury of Key l.ir,.), ".
L. A. .rNEU .
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onth or $8.50 year"; or, i"cluing the S"n. '
day ppor, an eight-pag6 S~hoot of fifty. six columns,
the price is <55 cents a month, o~r 9.7.74i a year,
postage paid.
The Sunday edition of TnH Su,? is also furnish-
ed separately at $1.20 a year, postage p tild.
The price of the oV.KIY SUN, eight pages,
fifty-Bsfx columns, is $1 a year, postagee ptaid,, For
clubs of ten sanding $10 we will send ant extra
copy free.


Aoll.


Address: I, 'W. ENGLAND, Publellsher of The Sun," New York ilty.


Q-
y,


+ r^


T II 'nl" r,,;gn,:.il has opened a


nyIVOSEMY TABLE
where horses under saddle or in P u^gi, Waggons
Carry-alls etc.; can be hired for a day or by the
hour.
PMC-N-10 parties can be accommodated at
reasonable rnftes.
CHILDREN conveyed to and from school daily
at fair 'ch-inres per month.
r'^= Agreements and arrangements made on
the promises. "--


C -IAP -PS174ET
CHARLES OLSEN,
Corner Thomas, and Fleming- Sts.


I '-tf.


An IIsoefi1t!iIs.


The people of our vity "have been entar-
tained during the week by d the KATIE'
lCrT-AM AM) ruI, 'EDWIm Cr,,iloiiOD Con-
BliiATio;, undotlbtodty one ofrl[e )best
(0,inpanms that lias ever visito,1 Xay Wtst'
/ll'hey citmo here utfietalded ts it"0wer'e andi
ifor that reason, the ce,)npany is:elti-
10 thml 10 all th1/ inoro credit: Mlatt lhei-r
r tsnitr-Been 'npieci:itc(I *h cloinlv

*-'proveb1 by tt\o ;11rgp. and resportal)]L auidi-
eses that hly) assembled nightly to .wit-
ness their oiitdrtainuiuints. Of Miss, Katie
Putnam wo ck,-"twspoak in the very hig-li
k-st *orms of praise. 4-he is theosprightliest
and uioat versatile actress. wo have ever
i; seen. She uses 4erfino musical voice to
" the best ppssibll' advantage ; her'idelirhliful
.singingis hoebatily applauded every evening
Vheo support r~onder,:1d by Mnaniger(liffordl's
Company is first class, aealul fId every one
fnaclt the rolls a ss.i:u.,l thole in ai satisfac-
story manner. On Thu.rsday night the
beautiful play of "Fanchon" was presented
It is quite a familiar oee with our play-
goers, all.] we must say that its rendition,
by the Company is snnply first-class. Miss
w-.J.. At' Putnam us the "Merry Cricket" was
perfectly charming. On this occasion the
sterling actor, Mr. Edwin Clifford, made his
first appearance here, and proved .a valua-
ble acquisition. We hope he will favor us
often by appearing in the plays. He has
a. ine voice, handsome phisique, and is
withal a splendid actor, iri short the'entire
company is good. And wa venture to say
our amusement lovers and citizens. in gen-
oral will turn out and give them full
houses during the remainder of their- stay,
of which thly are certainly worthy. Wie
neartily c6mmond the manager and wish
him success. -
Tlo-night this' Company will appear 'in
two great plays, ":The. LVtl6 Treasure"
and- "Black-eyed Susan." We are sure
those who attandwill not regret it.
N OTICH is hereby' given that the, CO-
J P^l ARTNE"S1llP heretofdro exist"
ing between LEWIS W."PIERCE and MAX
WERTHEIMER under the name of Pierce &
Wertheimcr is hereby dissolvedby mutual consent.
Max Wertheimer will pay liabilities. LEwIs W.
,^ PIERCH, will continue the business ,
Key West Fla. i LEWIS W PIERCE '
.. Dec.20tL418 i -. M8X. 1WERT-MER


1). T. S WEENY.


[2t.] np. 10.


f'rW~thilaSAW HOKSEl 00
&n saw Xuoro saw
logs or cord wood than






This LIGHTNING SAW HORSE is indeed
a wonderful invention. The weight of the
man who is sawing does one-half of the
-work. It will saw logs of any size. It will
saw off a 2 foot log in 2 minutes. Circulars
free. Address, W. GILES, Cincinnati, Q;'.


Tilm. C ioAOb cnimi ft now 0p-
iproxehing the close of thW ',venth
, yew of Its existence, having been
established in the winter of 1t878.
Tim ITADGERwas a srtod. by its pres-
ent condactora with Dour omisgiv.
tnge do to the @noews of the eoter-
*rise. Many literary ventures of a
indred charaete had betn made in
the Western metropois, and, k lmas
ably failed. ThM sea of journalism
was strown ith the wrecks of
stranded ne'wptper enterprise%,
Others that writ living, but strum.
gling for a precarious existence,
have s9008 yielded to ln~Vitable fate
and gone down, leaving THE Lxioxin
|to-day the only weekly stoey'ibptx
printed In Chicagom
. TUX DeZ his not attained the
plans of suoceses pon which It now
solidly rects without earnest well- *
directed eftr-t. Its conductors have
liabored earnestly and persistently
not oely to make It an excellent lit-
erary joQurnal, but also to make the
reading world acquainted with Itk
Thousands upon zhou.a>)ds of dol-
lars have been expended in bringing
Its merits to the attention of the
reading public. In fact, TBB BDOEB
has bwen the maos*t extensirely-ad-
vertised newspaper in the West.
The publishers have a feeling of
,pride at the success that has at.
tended their efforts to btild up a
firat-claim literary paper In the cap-
ital city of the West. The circila-
tion, already large, i. rapidly gaow-
lug. aed by the Ist day of Jan-iary "
will be not less than 25,000, M ao
publishers da not mean to refta
their efforts to ttake TBr LP.Do-Ga
the best weekly newspaper in the
West, but ln+end to persevere In the
work, and during the coming month.i
will still further increase its value
and nusfnulnes.
' The weekly contents of TrE LErD-
ER embrace, In addition to its serlil
novels, savqral shortstetfls; aHome
and Family Doctor department, em.
bracing letters from women of 62-
peilence.,'heads and.bhands.oun house'
hold and kitchen economy,; ]iome
adornment, the management of
children, and recipes for the cure of
many of the ills to which flesh ts
heir; a Young Folks' department; a
department devoted to Curront Lit-
ozature, constating of choice excerpts
from the latest magazines; a Mcten-
tifle deparAnent, giving the latest
Intelligence In read to new discord.
oriel, mechtanical .lan-cnsbn, et:;;
also biographical sketches, historic
papers. travel*, poetry, and a mass
of short artl^cI oa n lecenienwat
topics.
ADIUBB8B
THE JLhicDGER,
Chicaso, ih.


<$100j $200, $500, $1000
%' 0 -ALEX. FROTHINGHAM & CO.,
Brokeks,-N. 12 Wall Strcet, Neow York. mgao
3>:. l: r iM 'i t n ',: ni. im, r~t i, Lo .,. 'hi|hfreq'l.u nt'.
1\ (,,'; l-.;',.1 r]\ ._, i,) i A',,. 1Y tIn'..; !.h0.)a i noune t a -
'c.i,-,i. ^.i,,, !i(.ia,ll t Iu' i e',iiml s o i a 'c ,
fit'- (,nr o !. : Ilirv- 1,,:r iu- it. A l"% al l.ory
l'ir iulliro u~i,. t'ttukiy. r-r.ijria r.[.' .',;.:. .*


To i,tro0:uce into every coul'nty in the Southl ,

The History of the Bible.
Tho bost work to sell-th;it has ever been pilblith-
6d. Spkerdid !i PSr1iiuisa to every rinb-
scrilbr. For circulars aind terns a mpy' at onco,
to =
The iRenry Ptll3PubllSltig CIO
41, 43 aud 46 Sli,.iluikdut:St., Norwich Q.t
O ct. 9,5 2t ] ,-


FALL AND WINTER STYLE,
OF BME N'S YOUTHS' AND

ClAWING


I respectfully call your attention to the fact that
my purchases were.made, previous to the late im-
portant advance of "
WOO1-EN. and CASSIMERE GOODS
and that it is my intention to give my customers
the fell benefit ot prices, which are unquestionably
the lowest cyor known ir this city ; in view ofthe
above facts, I have great csnfidenco in soliciting
a continuation of favors from the citizens of Key
West. .
VERY EES'ECTF ULL.:,
J. J DELAY.

OHTIED received for SUITS made to
measure, by Devlin & Co, Now York. Samples
can be seen at my, Store. _


0 10 Invigorator,
v~ ~n ^il t h1 l1^^1
jr h1as been used
in my practice,
and by the public,O
fOr more than 35 years,
withi unprecedented results.
S E ND FOR C-IRCULAR.
S. T. iV 10:1~ BIn BROADWAY.1
o V W, SANFORD, MD,,xMi YEWORBK CrTY
I ANY DRUGGIST WI1L TELL YOU ITS HRPUTATION.


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If you wish to grow Vegetables for dle,
,. read B
SGardening for Profit!
If you wish to become Commerciat Florat,
I rara -d :
Practical Floriculture!
If yoe wish to Garden for Amnuement or,
for Honme Use only, read
Gardmizg for Pleasure I

-Petler Heonderson',
Prico, $10 each, post-paid, y Mai.,
Our Combined Catalogue for 1876, Of
'EYERY.T(UMC,
Plt b THR .


3ent roe to zll Applicants.
Our Inrge Illur-tratcd Catalogues of Seedi
mil Ptci,&, numbering 175 pagesJind con-
ta u inog 2colocedplaLts, sent withObt charge
to RPchasere or any of the above three
books. Sent to All oVers od reeiptof 50
ceCnt&a .


835 Cottlapdt Street,
N EW YORK. :


10 Antwerp, 4e~r. !zhip, -Svannazh, Tabclmatnp, to inJB a f n
J J Philbrik. el, I.';.... 1B:
-,Fronteso3, sch Yosemite, Chase, mahogany to 8
A F Tift. ':. n f :, 7 *- *
livana, schE L Rogers, Carbello, fruit" to ..n of
F ogarty & Jobnson % tf'iae*~ vy r>- fss .
: lHitvana, a a Ellie Knight, Mfelay, mads to *^
12 J hPilbrik., for the sirme,i "
12 Nbasu, Br sch Eqvator, "Ilbury, fruit, to R ig'i ,g T11
J. P. Williams. ..., _A i CHIN
\ Galveston, a s ('ity of San itonio. C owell, T
S gen. cArgo to A F 'Tift ";'"' *l ME illliAB A ftL
;;13, Cajr ]Key, s. s. Lizzie IInderson," Petern,"" A CALL.
.mail&, to Wi. Oury..' Dec2 -- 6 t..
-New York, sch Hasa Epperargen De0-- gen
" :, clrgo to Wm Curry ---
If- avanA soh 'Dnnatless, Rura 11, iilda, , s i

'"~ Pass "T' ^^8 JOSE A TOR AN O),
I1 uanw sch Relief, Allan, mis to Fogarty& '
Rio Janeiro, Br bark Argosy, Du r(v, bal to
d IPhilbiick. ; I T.-T A V A ITTAI R S
;.- Cardenas, sch Chapin *q ^cL iB to *~,cv*- -X U lrl~
Uwyin & Lows P 14 y *: -- : ,
-Penmacola. sch. Sarah Hall,' Ftfr, lumber to .S...lnid "iTba 00o
Filer & Son. E Y NV EST FOI DA. .
28 New York 9. of' T x K rj Ya Er .J I< TLORIDA.
caxgo to A F. Tift. \, *rd,:r.., from abroad promp;tly fiilod from
- ;Galvo6ton, as Rio rikilmde,. lep.Rngton, Po.'n..t i P, N ,n qtctoty. g^
cargo to A F Tilt "7 l.:-y West Sepf. 21 ly.


SJan. ARRIVALS.


To all who are suffering from the errors and in-'
discetion of youth, nervous weakness, early decay,
loss of manhood, &c;, I will send a recipe that ,-VIT
cure you, FREE .OF CHA RGE. This great reme-
dy was discovered by a missionary in' South
America. Send a self-addressed envelope to the
REV. JosEPH T. ININMAN, Station D, New Ybrk City


.J. J. DELANEY,


S.6, tf, .


Agent


@*


Jamaica, West ridies.,
FmS3 ~ Q l IR"BWIN ESTATE,
FOR- t-^ Parish of -t. James, 1,684
seres, making 120 tons sugar. Great House beau-
tifully situated in a healthy district. Splendid
water-poier and wire tram, with every appliance
for making; sugar arid rum. 4 miles from -Montego
Bav. TRYAT U'S SUGAR, ESTATE,
making 120 and 140 tons. 1,125 acres. Water
power and auxiliary steam. 2 mile from shipping
plac and 8 miles fLom town of Montfego tBa.y, with
estates well stockerd with cattle and mulee. -K3itk-
"P'AlTBICK HALl (grazing pon) 85 aicre,
with 180 head of stock, and excellent family dwell-
_ ing-houro in a fine and healthy district 8 miles
from Montego Bay. 1 For particulars and price
(apply (P'.l'.) to
SW -M. CLIFF & SON, 40 The Albany, Li vorpool,
or J. W. FIS[IEIl, Stewart Town, P.-.O Jamaica.


Awarded Ujhett prize at Cent nial Exposition for
*fnd chewing qualities and exeytenc and listinM char-
acter of seeteniag and flavor ng The best tobacco
ever made. As our blue str trade-mark is closely
-imitated on inferior goods, ster that Jarc~on's Bevt ia
on every p1;,.. Sold by all delers. Send for sample,
'tee. to ( > JACK:ON & Co., M.'s.. l'eterburig. Va
O ^ ^ f r r n\ '"' I,!-, [ '"*i* !
t. ,; ) i t^ ^J ],)' ". '.', ,';.'. ....
l"'"'. l tl A Al y,, i.'.i~u wu~ i ^ ',d t I, iLi'i.:t l, L. -i L, l \.


1FOR I8OO.


Will be mailed tOBI! to all applicants, and to'custmers without
ordering It. It contains four colored plates, 600 engr9avina,
*bout 260 paes, and full descriptions, prices and directions for
planting 1500 varieties of Vegetable and FlowerSeeds, Plants,
Roa, etc. Invaluable to all. Sendfor it.- Address,
S D. M. PESRY- .O0., Detroit, Mich.


which lie is soiling at fair prices.

NOW'S THE TIME TO PURCHASE!


E Poffers one of the largest
E P R 1 ar.d finest stocks of Rtls.-
bcrries, Strawberrlies, Grape Vines,
and Bl.telbesrics at LOW HA'ES.
W Cataloguo free.
MM I *'If f TO PILAIT.


Address 1 10. ROE, Cornwall-on-the HudsonN.Y.


StOUI A, CREX,
Watchmaker Ind Jeweler,
Cr. 1FRON T "STIMV ET9
Next door to SarioPs.,
HAS just received a handsome assort-
neent of Jewelry, which he is prepared,
to' offer his customers at the very lowest
prices. .
D1as on hand a tew more of the'sos lganit
Sets for ladies and gentlemen,

executed with quick dispatch, care
and attention.


TTORSE
n ,jia


BBU HIRE!


'; < -JR. CLARK .





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70,00 AGENTS HAVE S0.LD M[CE 1670
Z 0 tW*'). ^^~~ P '




P93 F'ymtp .Pos,eP,-ses Iarled Propertie'-.
Tt cf,.!"vlI l .%te m t Pytytnlino 1-,In' t P nlvn,
W1110h eonvet4r ft~Oile in r~leh tanld vl--IP of lbet
food 111to gluco.". A deffeleney Ia Pytynlino
e nus" Wtvil and Stnirtnim' at"(.0,- va io'lte
8~nnh 'S ~ If" VhOll I M0 nli'tliO| ie 4 ,, tsik lel in im udl
ntery ,nitereoie~iid t{he ferlacatuighoi# of fuod it
It net* n lp oIII" .
Itncto upon t jl~ite ya.nlV
It Rar.-late" ite flowels
It Pkffif -tt~he Blood.
It s ieta the 'e,0 -ivtr, yp ^
,\ 0r^ P m oo v f D:ge finn. I
ItNoiaris,. latrn, n urhjllld 7nvjalt,%
]g aarrlta off tha Od Blood nn~dm-n,kemnzew.
It O/ng theP oUe1 i'r the skin antd inldufs
It mnetralaizes the hereditary tairt, or wninai60h
,blood, whti g enratesScrofula, *irysipelam ,anh dEll
Tvner o f skin diseaes andIn ternal humoroi. .
lor,eIm no spirits e loy edjn it manufPperti ,
and It e n be taken by thl.osit do lleatbabe, or by
tfeo and a-, 1ob Acareo wv o.- bei-qaizd Pvin a-
lentio,4 etirtll egt.
rRIM OF LAPM ']BUTLE2, $1.00
,G. 03SMLL OTLEJ,
Read the VOLUNTARY TtST1,14ONIALS"
of'Person Who hmaw ch CUi ED iy the
us0 ofthe BLOOD PURIFIER.
ItE,. ts M 0 A Le

8'/R L "PROCKWAY,"AgntA of the
M %tinler ?[anufacturing Conilpainy,
notifies.1-h public that thof.fit,,ha., b,.,,nr.nvod'
to lctonStreeti,, opposite the0 store of 31r.
HIetryLowe, where Mn. DEJLGADb, -his Sales-
mari, is always ready to accomoclate WIstonmers.

A, New Suplply of
Genuine' t 1NCER Sew ing


: LA E,: SALOON!
..T ES 7: i:e':i..r'^ f beg to an-
nouncoto th1 public, thatho lias fitted up
and opened on Front Street, iii the build-
ins lately vacated by J. C. Whalton jr. a,
first class
-LACER SALOON,
where good fresh larger bier .off ico can be
fnd. for 5 cents. Private apartments has
o.en provided, anid proper attention will be
given to all.


$1150


SYear.





A Year.


$1150


A Year,


S150


A Year,


$1150


A Year.





A Year.





A Year,


'ESTABLISHED 18655



UST recoiv ed from Now York in groat
variety. And now olen for inspection,
which for excellence of cut and superior work-
manship, cannot bo excelled by any houao in the
Country.


A CARLD.


r% PILESt1 Oft PILESt I PILESt
IIARDIIN"U's m HUNRIVALl~)| tB<
KRBMBDY g a will cnre'in- |. H teraa,
Exterual, B Itching,) e- eding&
BltndPlles B- It has Oired I cases of
.2f) years st andints, aiid willcurd
S 7ou. Price | 50 cts. *r a f trialple
V1forregua larpkig. Sent by mail
td any address on receipt of mcpey. Send all or-
ders to T. J., B. HARDING, P.O.Box f., Morrl-
town, St. Lawrence Col. State N New York.


WARRANTED BEST AND CHEAPEST.
Prices reduced. Pamphlet free.
KSI I INIISUPPLIES.
WoRKKs : Christiana, Lancaster Co., Pa.
Office ; 23 S, Beaver Street, York, Pa,




^rUK-^%^ UC^SW^ffS:m V> i1K-. .'VTt-.^ff. .-,-"


UGimversity of Virginic"
SUM S31 B.A1VW LECTURES (nine
weekly), begin 10th July, 18-9, fnd end 10th 6Sep-
tmrnber Diave proved of signal uo--Isr, to st-u
dents who design to pursue their studies at this o0
other Law-school; 2d, to those who propose to
read privately ; and 3rd, to practitioners who have
not had the advantage of systematic instruction.
For circular apply (P. 0. Univerify of Va.) to
JoHN 11. MINOll, Prof. Comn. and Sfat. Law.


obftinedfor nmtdorq, in tf Unitelf Siales, Canada,
and I'.vrr',. ct rulnwed raof. *-lt'"i'. our priftc.pal
Ciee Pi(V[.,d n iWc:,;';ngqut, dire'ijy opp)osite the
i!it-d hcd s Jlatnl i ice, wee are abl to attend io all
P'a.!; "i.(. ." i..'. ,r.j,'r omrw tem antddespatch
ond lrsf. ?, # '.o,'t rt.', *riir,al atbjn'ricifs,''ho are ata
dictatwe j. r ';*-.' ,,lgn, and who have, therefore,
to cpiy "" (A'.. ,c ar.orneys." We tmke prwdir.
~nan/ examinatiomfs s farnish fpittio ns as topate
eltabi'.ity, jfrce of charge, and all who are iterested
in new iqvruiiois a d 1'atcnsarwe inii'ed to sendfor
a c-opy qO our Guilcfur obtaining 'Wenls," which
tw sent fr'e 6o any addrcsa, and evulaimt n.omplete in-
struiom b;w IO obtain lqtena, and other ,'aluable
tv a '.6 r. 111'., *eq er ato te. O'cr w -4put ,n -- ^it -~ ijal
!'an n ,ri'.. 74(;' ;.i, P),, C.: I ,' .,I I ,I, N..:i' r, V .
<,ian, eaI f) D,!,'.ih. e,',.s ..,, .'.' W'ih m ; fnl; Hoi,.
wcph (.,,' ,,. nr i. h, ) at..'... I". C'wrtof C'laims;
to vhe Off.,'i t. ,,f th. c. qS. r%.u, -it Office, and tof
turs and Wefatxi-s 01 Oonsrmjsroia emve State.
AAddress: LOUIN A&GGE .&- Co., Solk"
itl eatents and Attorneys at Law, Le LaU EB
WG~ASIaiiO 1,19 LU C, '

BOOKS' H LLkIN
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IN~] .']][~lUs~tritnyo. oomptr "-,.A nt
S to *Uiire, Congugo dute, feissee
OR o rdci, tToMarriage, iwoDiv i-lIgal
rights Of fmrrried w6men,tc. also on Debes of omen.
fir cause and Cfroe. A Confnaedfl work of 880
"tge#,with fell Plate En vhags, sent for a0 cents. "The
Private MWdcall Adviser," on the result, of im-
Vuae associsaoat, &a., also on the secret habits ofyouth
nd.toir g*e on after lite, causing Vrieoeele, Semtit-
Emissions, Nertous debility, Lose of -xual Power, etc.
Ofaking marriage Improper or unhappy, giving many tln.i
able receipts for the cuieo private sese-; sameis!, ovaC
8O plates, 00 cents,. M dial Advice." a lecture on
Manhood and Wompanood, 10 cents; or all three a 1.
They contain 000 pages and over l tt lustrations, eam-
bracing everything on tIe generative system that*s worth
knowing and much that is not published in any other work.
sent in single volumes, or complete iJ one. fbi Price in
Stamps, Silver er Currency. (Ths, author invites consulo
tion, and letters are promptly answred without "oahs.)
-drn Dr. ButtsDie >near)% KpiaO-12 tWAl^
St.Iwis ,Mo. (Establlsnolea847.)' .,_._
( I earnestly ask persons suffering rm BoiJn'U
to send me.their names tod addresstthey TI leara
something to tleir ad*&nOa .-Z--tot a I IeSv *


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NO PATENT NO PAY.


0 if you wizh to prow Vegtalcs. ior a3e-_.
|read.
Gardening for Profit!
If you wish to become a Commercial Florist,
.. read ....
Practical Floriculture?|
If you wish to Garden for Amiusement or
fee Home Useo only, read
'Garadmeig for Pleasure!
ALL BY
Peter Henderson.
Price $1.50 each, post-paid, by mail.
Our Combined Catalogoe for 1876, of
EVERYTHING .
FOR TH3E


Sent Froo to an.Applc:ntq.
Our large Illustrated Catalogues of Seeds
and Plants, numbering 175 pages, and' con-
taining 2 colored plates, sent without charge
to purchasers or any of the above three
books. Sent to all others on receipt of 50
.ioent'.


85 Cortlandt Street,


N^ EW YORK. __'

.ta i^^ El ' Sand Borpiiian hfti t 24it.
.1 6 Pi Opium E-ting, tj WV. Squire,


AB- rK ima -s


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bels.' Caveats, Aisgninmerits, Interfprene-vs, Ap,
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ande.r the;P'ATEAT LAWVS, iiromptlv at-,,
lnded to ` I -
INVENTIONS TIAT HAVE BEEN
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NEW DRMi GOODS.
WE CIfA' PQS!TlVEIY AASERT THAT AT KO
PERIOD 'IAV WM DISPLAYED AN ASSOBT.
MENT OF DRY (,ODS8SO ADEQUATE T RT ,
BEQUIR'liENTFS O 'F TWE PUBLIC OR I
PRIVE S O ADAPTED TO TH EIIS~mBi
OF ECONOMICAL SIOPPIN-. '

Oar BLACK SILKS contain the Well*R'in
brand of Bonnet. Ponson,. Txap1aser, go neMaO,
rard. and other equally prominent mgnufactumrq
The Lord A Taylor FAMILY 8 LbKKenjoys arepO,
tatlon oor' universal excelleWce that Is on010
passed. "
Our Amealean Cachemire INDESTaUCTIBLa
BLACK SILK justly claims earnest attention,.
being equal to tire beat ot foreign Imanetaetureo
half the cost E.Ry YARD WARRANTED. ,
In COLOIRD SLKS our woll-selected stock 1A
ofifred at prices that cannot be under"ol
Also .
COLORED AND BLACK i9ILKpDAMASSES, *an-
bracing the rarest gems of the European or
Amorican Markets.,
In SUMMER SILKS and FOUbARDS we have
everything that is now and beastllu.
HEA S SOODS.
Novelt" i in Cachcmeres, Sutinngs,, Debelges,
and the stalidnrd S"Anudo.lan's" Set--h Zerdidys. irluiit-ij cottlon
Dreoss Q.a,- xiui CID",o so Ilmes, Pervuties.
Chaviots, *p., witn v ery ggrle toto WteundI a
flrst-class 4tablish iment
Shawls, Coaks, and Wraps&
Thisdepartment iniawntainl its supremacy, and
shows, the best produccUmo's from the Euroipoan
centred....
Onr Cloaks and Sacques are out and made by
men ttalors, thessfore style and tit aro rilrautool.
auils and 'os tumes.
Our 'SUITS and COSTUMES fully sustain thb-t
pro-cminenco so justly established. and 81ways
represent the latfet styles aid fashions.
Ladies' and Children's tnderganrets,
Superb assortment of fine French hand-made
UNDERWEAR, c0fiprtsint very requtslte for a
lady's wardrobe. 4Alo. ch ldirn's sits for every
age and size,
Our infant* Furnishing Department Is thor-
ouchlvoquippe. t'umpletc Wardrotesas lowas B
&35; tietter moods in proportion. AnY article ia
the Wardrobe at lst price; really cbearer than
Vie huo-.lae article, andtd incll mors atiaa..-
tory. "
Hosiey, Gloves, & lanifehiek
The largest rarest, and most utuque Fre.ch
novelttes Intlhe city.1i ,o, ti .dwit-him gra(oesof "
hose for Ihuies and, Xchldren at very mcidlorate
priceS ,
Ladies'. ais.es'. and children'a s1l.. cloth, a.l '.
Lisle Thread Glove3 of the best rnanutacture, In
*ll the newest shalcsafi niateh antdressi mnterhl.
A A superior tilection of pinin to-ainined llnpn. and
Small inen hemsutclcki. and secolopcd [and lcr.
chiefs. Alto. enlhrolkla'd 'Rilk aU dgercfeia
lnsiarp~a&Mt in beauty qf Wilor. '

All thsn choice grad.-, ort"Alning eTrv caldr-
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Gents' FnrnisLing Goods.
-Every possible rcon!: fieior .1 g.. n'leman' Gatlati.
First-catri and nic.iIum craL,.s <,- Bgzods at our,
usual reai alble prir.". Quaur.v. rtl.", mid fli tthe
prom inent fei ,t tres of fl ld l l ..irianent. ""
,3aots and tZl es..
Fdr spri:it un, l' sumner, fr L-ii A. Mtlwoktf. anol "
rnildreui. Ck'iji i~q-, I\vv l ,lt..,n hi.i. the !l'ivcllyi "*,"
vivl he frfln .i. --'.V3 S gerril, ki.1 w old n: boots.
3.T>'.. L. .,.iIr,., 1 $2t,.5; flne qnahly Pllp-
*.perslfroin $1.2 v', i .. ii.,"-t. bi.t tiablhlo goat,
worked utlt rinolea. f-: t 'hldrenia ,ind made,
spring heel, ,bumtii buoots. 1 W; Inlanta' shoes, all
colors. $1.25. .
Boys' and Youths' trench ealt button boots,
$2.75, am]1 a gou. dtirable lacod shoe $1.95
y O u r KO T ,s a ta e a ll h .r r filll .al orri rr exaclly trod to the Interemst
orf, aprlcCTtr, anranie., all pisirvkhal?
$A be Bil-|rtt'/try I' b)lyer'e, Sandl Mtnd
rAendy "to re.nitd uni errmr. We uiilv
ardere, ec invleate that a ftrst tp09l 'Vill
luinrIus' Ut eliO reigltkir cu'sonl h.-ra:allar.
All orders for Gpodo ;o ho sric-i, n pa=-
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the reeh' ot" all. Call and examine our stock.
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.DEALER IN


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PMOPRIETARY
MEDICINE


OF
DR. CHANDLER, F.R.S.A,,
Late Phyicsn to St. George's and 84. Bartbolq-
mew's Hospitals, London, rator to
St. Elizabeth's, eto.,
After years of the mos# raborious re-
search and investigation, and after tho
practical application in treatment to thou-
eands of patients# Geo. ChaAdler, .ST.,
.M.D., now presents to tho Ame Ucan ub-
lit the following remedies his aole dis-
covery and property, the effcaey of which
is attested inW the vouminows quantity of
testimonials, the unsolicited offerings of
suffering and discouraged'Vate"Its, who
have not only received relief and benefti
from their continued wi, 'buta hboom.
radically cured of* ailments and chronic
.on.tplaints, which have been adjuaged by
h most cminent physicians as h&Opeless,

THE WONDERFUL
EGYPTIAN BLOOD-PURIFIEB.

This incomparable DEPUJ'iA27 r a7
0 powerful .ALT.ZRATIT_ TO 2IC, DI-
UJ71TIC, DIAPHOBJS0C, and APBXI-
XNT, combining virtues which render
it invaluable and never-failiny, and by
its continued use will thoroughly eradi-
cate all diseases of the blood. Its ingre.
dients are of a purely harmless extrac-
tion, tile products gathered from remote
.Egyptlan Provinees, and it-here there is
the slightest taint of disease in the sys-
tem, it never fails in ejecting that disease
through the medium of the skin, or ex-
pelling it through the many and various
channels of the body, thereby allowing,
and, indeed, forcing all the organs into
their proper normal and functional con-
dition. A1 wery brief space of time will
convince 'a"n patient *sing it, of its un-
doutted reliab tty and wonderful cura.-
tive properties, it being, most unquestion-
aboy, the very eme of medical triumphs,
ana the greatest discovery of $74 present
age, in the treatment of. every disease
wheeo the blood itself is primarily thao
seat Of the lesion orA i .dsoder, suh as
SCROFULSA, and the thousand and one
causes that, lead tcO Chs terrible affliction,
of which all civilized communities aro
cogizsa*t,% for Bi blical Truth has assert-
ed that' the is ns of the fathers shall
visit even unto the third and fourth gen-
orations," and to BROKEN-DOWN AND
jErjFEBI.JER CONSSXIXVXIONS it Us a
powerful rejuvenator, causing the wreck
of man ones more to assume theM God-like
for-i of manhood.
For CUTANEOUS DISEASES, .TrVitN-
AR YDISOBDERSCONrSTiPAYX3ON OR
CosTrirEiiSS; LIV3IB R AND KI-DIED ,
COMPLAIN, GESBA, NERA AND N R V-
OU3 DRBIZl j U, SJa,7UMAXXSSF,
GZAIVDULAR EN!ABGPHME2V-S P;PEel-
THRELIOMfAXOUS CANCER, SCiiiVY,
AFVECXIOSWr8 OF THEE JBONES. IlfDO-
XXNir UiicBRS', VJSMA.I.J Ctflifr-
P.AINXS (and to the gentler seas it-is a'
boon long sought for by sensitive? suseep-
tible, and delicate females, as it takes
direct action upon their ailments) AND
ALZ! FORMS JOF CHRiON10 D-18EASE
XyN WHICH THE BXLOOD IS THJA SEAT
OF HE Tit 0 LOBt, it is invaluable. A.
perseverno e with this remedy will prove
a positive and permanent cure f$or
CmrXX5S and FEVsB and all 2aAziA-
XtXAZL POISONTS.
.Thousands of Testimonials Ottest tho
truth of these claims.
Price, One Dollazrp in large bottle, or,
"x bottles, $5. ., ,

DYSPEPSIA,
GASTRON.


GAFiO" is a safe, speedy, andIO.i- .
tive cure for that most depressing er. a:-
Ments, and a brief course of treatment witl
restore the digestive,'organts to their pr.s-
tine strength, and 'romo.e the healthy
action of the stomae, and intestinets. TAo
.'*p rvous irritability of literary and alt.
persons pursuing a sedentary life, s@
speedily removed by this' agent. The
stomael U restored to health and the key-
*Wote of the system will once m"re espont
in the performance of labor. *
Pi ce, One Dollar, in lave bottle, or
oft bottles, $S.

SRONHiTI$ AND L"18
AfFECTIOu$.

A slg~ht so-called cold will eftMes
OVA ta serious cough, which, neared
ifor or badly treated, must have ?-ut one
vesult--t must eventuate in a settled ease
of" BRONCHIS, or what ts worse, Mhe
deadly XO=SVSlPIXOX. To all suffering
from a sing cough and expectation,
WRAOH-ON ojeffo*rs a sound, qviale, and
permanent -relief. Xt augments expecto-
ation, and enables the patient to expel
-.tat terribly septio deposit, which, if left
Without judicious treatment, must com-
mutnicate its poison to the vesicular sub-
;. stance of the lung, degenerating and de-
astroying. that most essential of organs,
and ultimates 'only in a4 &early and un-
timely death. TBA CHOJ has no equal,
m"UfO less a superior, and its use will not
only remove the deposit, thereby affording
Creat relief, but heals the membrane and
leaves the patient in possession of healthy
lung tissue.
Prices efty Cents per bottle, or si
bottle, $oz2.5o. -- __-

PILES. Hemarrhoift;,

any causes tend to produce this aitn-
ful and distressing state. The blood is
retarded in its return; the too freqwns
use of drastic purgatives tends to produce,
congestion of Mhe bowel-s, torpid, action of
the liver, and numerous other causes are
the source of this complaint, and hitherto
nothing effectual has been presented to
the ]public, which would rapdly alleviate
symptoms and ultimately prove an effect-
4ve cure. In PIiON5 wea navo a remedy
which not only acts almost instantly, but
will remove the largest tumor* of the parts
(Ple)"-b absorption, alfw many who
have received not only benefit, but have
been radicallyI cured, have been assured
(prior to using this treatment) by emi-
nent surgeons that the only relief they
ever could expect in. life, would bo by an
operation, and removing i or themo Irom
the rody by a procedure which neessitat-
ed &et knife. This remedy has been hailed
with delight, and is now prescribed by
many practisinl physicians, who are oog-
ftizanfof its merits, ass te only known
suwe cure for PILEB.
Price, ifty Cents per yehag eo r *to
/or $9.B0. i 9 .
.THB ABOTJ3 ZZ~fEDIB& ARM
thorough. in the eradication of the differ-
ent and various maladies denominated,
and are the result of patient., searching,
laborious, and seientWf investigation,.
embracing a period of sany years, in
Bwrope and America.
If the specific directions are complied
with, thousands of patients will bear wit-
ness to their relative merits, and corrob;
orate every assertion. Where there are
many complications of disease, nd pa-,
tients so desire, DR. C1AND1iSS wwti
be pleased to five alA information,, and
treat by better if necessary. -_
Descriptive'and Rosplandlory Cirou-
lar of the above emedies sent on. roeipt
of stamp. If the PKOPX'r.EARY
MEDICINES wewot" on sile. at your,
partioufar drugg~isV*, seo" orders to
DR. CHAD ttR,
1479 Broaaway, iW-York City.


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