Group Title: Key West dispatch (Key West, Fla.)
Title: Key West dispatch
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Title: Key West dispatch
Uniform Title: Key West dispatch (Key West, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Dispatch
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 60-68 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Key West dispatch
Publisher: H.A. Crane
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Publication Date: February 22, 1879
Frequency: weekly
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 )
Additional Physical Form: Also issued on microfilm from the University of Florida.
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).
General Note: Latest issue consulted: Vol. 13, no. 22 (Mar. 6, 1880).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00048588
Volume ID: VID00002
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 - AKK3152
oclc - 08788679
alephbibnum - 002015760
lccn - sn 82014743

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VOL. 12 NO20. KEY WBSt FLA., FEBRUARYr2)81879.

)DISPATCH, XIslandClaspter No. 1 R.A. M. C
tpVNLI!HD BBBIY0 Moets every second and fourth Wednesday , 99o9 r e
1PUBLISHED EVERYI evenings of eaoh month at the Masonic M - nl MDRninTS
Saturday Afternoon, Pa 'ceeng, every Friday oven. N G We e
Offie corner of Wall and DuVal Street. Visiting c ons are ordially invited LOT I G
Terms of Subscription. $3 a, Year, to attend. ..tnITS '. r M3 -T -NA0v.z. ,vi l ,o ''i
XInv inaly i Advantae. sorKoltr. THE undersigned has on haud, and i constnPtl receiving Nw York, nil the C.WARR
N'n Key West, Jan. '78. tf latest styles of Iteady.made, A iufctur. ,nd wholeoalo Doldo in
0. T. F..CLALKUN St. Mohael's L0ge9, o
Editor nnd.Publisher. 11 CIDE VINEGA
No.. 10 G. U..o Prr.0,F.or nd MamiLa0turor of
Bates of Official and Legal Advertomenta, Meets at their Lodge room Thomas street: TAiri Nance,
$1,00 per square. every second and four th Modavs, and ALSOW
every second and fourth Fridays of each .AL0 87 ,to1 ?i5 V. 'riolrl Mt., tlnchittl 0.
g* Common rates as follows: month at 7 p.m. IN Or T OF A t .ii cvuig f Fire-
P[ wIN P ATERNANDES, N. G. .e t F aSt. o 1 I! Vis,. ,,- 'L Ld ,,lt Froo.
IATE OF ADVRTISINMG. DAN'L. HOLBERT V. G. Gents riurrnishi GLto **.S AdJo4. 'u' V'. I:IP<" Auu.o, Mi.,,o
ne square one Insertion.................. .00 FRANKLIN W. ADAMS N. F. *' J.... .Ur l lW... .U. rt V .rthat moUot n .... 0-WA- O- .. .. ...f
Of square one month.. ............. 60 JAAMES ADAMS G. a. M7o. 0 n rT, ofI fo, Sowk,&., no
l eh ot iia, ,' f o r o ffof t h e t o I n g 41 1N
Other rtte for offolal, legal and buiaes advor- Key West Fl&a.,4Jan.20 1877. (1 y, HATS, cs, BOOTS, SOES, TRUN VA4LISS &., &., &,, ICHEAP FOR CASH. ,ooali th a ote. J. inlul & V.
timing proportiontely low. A gual'antee given for all Goods sold to be just as r'eprodosutd, anid a Tbailor (Mre. jti -Ier ,
.I I l ID I Heoliume) kept for the plumrpoe of mikilg all alterathina noodlHary for a fitet-olass fit., win, wily,,,,, Vol o z.
ll s A ..d A0 i8 l youIselve. .A. ouit Io. L. JU N & ho.,
MBETS at their Lod ge Boon on So hard Bt., -- mn. f eROCKWAY *&W ow. -h n Y.
betweenlWhiteheb a nd Thomai Sta., on the lit h f, t jB. l .O.* et tnton O a wbtoie rVorMtaT E.r 7o h-tnl ouu r--
a iretterl and rd M onday of each M onth Key, W ost Feb., 1 W ,noYtt I eisI. Att Li t i ,"il ,,,n p r t Wo1 e (a"
VDUARDO RODRIGUEZI N. F. l elt lct Li t o l,,l ,,v.pniitrs. INot fIrou (in
DTATB Or FLORIDA JOBSECRUZVALDESMooty.. -. t-ediula yet= I-e-ipn-tAln Ah -,., i. ItaV' LL CO
swtm. o i theiMll 10 li 0'iLtt5,o, Ur. Y."
w- JIItMIAl VooAUTn. mn.. W._JOHNSON. ae rilg __
ooooo.,.,G _i.ituY.i I FOGARTY & JQ-NSON.--nt A s A TII
(Jomptroller-Columbus Drew BS
lrismrtWan te.-on Vianum. AwD At the old stead of 3. F. P.tcit, air now )reps to offer to their t'o- Sr
AdlAittint Uonrl-oiiu4 .Ran e*1 ar I a a ,o .. -. "S. li"i. So citor In Chancery, ASSO"RTEDl" "te afsT 1,E.
bitso'ty. it utotte--V.I). lloxham. wj ASS3ORTED STOCK OP mwi .I
P,, ',ublic Inso.tion.-W. P. iiloy.YeWe, II.rwlooerliBo. S'--" "' y
tonol:ini;,i morn of Lanids and IrnudSlrtioaZ- KEY WFT, LAOr e oAr. 9oI
11. A. Coalcy. 0. BOWNE PATTEll0%, r.oor.rin.n WITr ot f t Ia i'OA 0hrhe THE SAVANMNAH
annSAs,,O AUnaTu. A rin PYg AT TAW 81l"P CHANDLERY, $1.Ng11101111AT.f. IN a P &AYATI11J1A
Tudgi-. lanes W. Locke. AND CROOKERY WARE,
Ilitrict Att.orney-0. Howni Pattoron. NOTARY PUBLIC CANN2D Goos, .
UJlork-liugu.,, 4. .Lcko. "N A l' U LI. A1IiNTS, OS 'e T )i .i
iahl-Jt .Jones. WWill iraetice in the tr; 8 and St 'ate urt- ,IVETN XRIOWo", re ogr o w etbl s for wtg oith
.i.anUa, EIowICiu. .461. ro ,ntIF. clhni ofioa the
ollol for ofutmlli--. N.o. Wic kehr. OOMi, r ll. MOININ NfEW
)opX to U eletor-MS.h W4i. 1, Y.FLOUIRI, l eto the ntropVge ,f,the public.
ST.s o.If _Tho 'jtlri, Ih t linen ro'oor,.l tl,, .
l'ust Mt lo r-J. II. Io a ci it PAILS at fit of ta nmot dove d to
y. Ul. li. lv-Jon Ii DUVAL STREET,.KEY WEST FL.. i DE' 'ti, f wUes Grde t or makin it, if pstil\o attai more worthy of lhe
s TAT sVa-iSMN oIVI T. 1 Will attend to all consign,,ani a tii.aruthl ** *1. .i u loria,,o ltr go of the pooplo of hoorh
Eidwin Itandall-Chiof Justio. to his l care with ,eloerIty and iaptlch. ,,Iot:oa ,l ,.I ,i S f lli n ,,,. l,, oS etack'ss rorw hUse f0r .,r' for Pl ur an o
J. l. Wleott., Jr. str attention to sales. All of whioh will be sold LOW for CASH. Al Tho uditoxin l tnnt will be coducted, a
It. ll VIl. l urg. I A ool.t' JV ktituo .jy-T-ly l apl..41I 1-78.-ly hirotm i'', th torrid oduraio, ndt ot the
.... ut,. on A Tu' M I W A N D, I ITI;1 ,t:. Price r .ce each, poet.paid, by mall. ti. intorartil oa .an actioia, nod to' tio prinldloa,
H .> --tT- 'U'iIIcAL'OlKtOU lT. WV l l 'j U BEl (F Hrive % I r. by -- ---- of thia Natiinol l)uimaw.rtl o Party. it, Btlito
Ju ail-H IS Mi acIhe AL gotio oanrssers toonragi in i plui asuit n pn11 Our Comblne4 Cntiaou for 15.8, of Gonoral andt 'ialigi|lo nw, dprt intend
Molicitor-$. M. SpaismIann Stable binalnou. Good menert wii fOd thii a ratc. EV RYTHING Locl d orl colun wil kpt
--- chance to make money. Such will pl.soH iaian) iw(ir PollM ra ar up o their old atoii.ald Qf eomplotoaosI and rolia-
seo nionou O-C... this advertisement by letter, encloasliag tamlnp for UDiobity arle imtron.ts nado wrovir they i y
J1dge of County Cooirt-C. 8. Baron. reply stating wiat business they haveluo oon .n "ugs th slv. In word, the tNJNt
(lork Circuit Court-John bitahor. gagod in. None but those who tauaiin businuos NE\ VN will conaprisa yory o'taire that rondori
horiff-Iltiehard Curry. eed apply. Addroe 1 t nt to A l n to ow p r oto dy t ctivo and its
County Troeaurer.- William Curry. 7 i11is1 HAiivir& Co., Allmta.oa. m. . e conth lontly look to ita pFga fativo, ana its iitoni
(oronor- ...... ...... i#Il stra g Cat formation in rawiarl to current evmnta. Yio.hiog
..rvoyor-.Jlff Brown aln cl orI i t h to no rivalry in it o Tax Ass i poor-or Goo. m o tho above thre un o om1peot itf to outsthip it in joumralallic '>tor-
Tax C oll or- o NAOs. e nt to ll others on eeolipto pries.
a Olitor- Grent allanoo to make money. If you nca't Im 5 ldos thi will _---IilperstoIldk evey a town t erngake it, AEINT FOR W S : DAILY M(O)hNINO NIfWr
'DOs he "ar"hr s NtW YOrk, a Key West .. .." "
ihy pubboatloten In the wpi'ld. aAly onn eaaisoaiiU a asl l. TTII 1 VW m 1v T YD 1. 0T 0oaftol ama. Th. mt eleaont works f art given frXe 85 .Cortlladt Stret, .. .5 SrtB
CITY D I R OT R Y. to ubrlber. The pre lic is o lothnt sinmat evorylody W Awla pape centn a ednrfl yo m ilatlin oi theon (
r. -- ... ... iliibB-a e. Onoionti repormaklnorvermltheIn wrgk TO S. pho otuotp r paa nii' in thoaotoiiimr tttug. 'I'oll
William C, Whoonaolan and Retail Dealer in Gro. my. Al wo ese nuiog a money fast. Youredia uctra A N Dow --- ------ -"- I om the anid diktes ofrti wisa, Teoifull r orlre, Provlieons, Hardware, Shipehaidelry, Itront l your time to te bu sne ooes., c a canay our l o tme. ,lA of A tlnl id ,ahrktltiyeortma, oirtfr. cthlaic.)
^ ntria. line well iseoitiers. up oa^,,tdi^ ^ n hairn aerms T ._4^ ' thoTllinrB/-- Tliobestlelloap l, ,tc ary id .Mii..ull:uils rvuting ind t i di.
r oAtndrJotnBO.De. lerena8l apdov ,ndl ry, b'r.da ir d.,,, Carry3ng the Unitedd States Mails, 'a, .ictOrlH.ito'ry caa l a, t,,,iottot t i
UrocrlosisidProvl>onsd Front Street thing totry the builnOes. No one wiae aIIKIIK'a fills to PE ,E T r per gIa thil e Union." Ullt(I IN .\L S li'AL STO)IIITEiR,
PIkEiCltICp W RTmdIrmTtl, Dealers in first elass Fan. rn A l'dr "e o Jour1l," Il Y W EST. FLORIDA. -wrrittein Xlro aqly If iis hy mplalir ,,iuthora,
eoy tled.,Cinthhog l-onto, 8hoe,, JrdlaioandOont. sup. fs.xlyl COAL, WATEIR, Ae., Ae., supplied onboarlr Vessels anrS,'8tonmers Harers Weekly tloii ",,t'it.tiion t inuoih,,,h' miojvi
pile, &o.. &. l Simonatomn Ot. anear fetofo Fironte o at the huwost l OPrins. H a trjier s aodoat Wtny fiht. ll:o un ya r ,

A F. tlft, OuIaanlston MerehMea, foot of .ls* Eh 1. FRESHMRAN &t pRUS -- I_ l L U r Tho WI lly Ia th' aliot tnail moot powerful --- o -
patrick Street. Adveoitilnig AgeOUts 1' 1 ,ia it ,iolocil pvtcd io nd c anrl, Daily, ix maatiia (It'll th month. I 00.
E 0, Lock, Attornoey at Law nd U. Commissioner 8 W. SlOu th Ut,, 0U1 n ilNA 0N0.A TIl I. m0 uch weight. Ito illtratmonH of onrront nvmots 'ra.w(,' ':y, s*, miniiilih, 3 00 twelve ienititl, ?(; (oi
ucuat U..ourt Uooms Are tauthorlied to recoleve adveortisomaints for thisjEX" nro full nnd froah, nd nro lopartd by our host Thoe ,-kly o nth, $l 00 twelv h, ,,r..
W a. Money, Jr., Attornoy at Law and4 oklltor In pier eEtim ite b fulnihed free upoi arphu iot n do i' / -hsignors.-L o'i( /lls ('nuri'eiao nayl. i ,2 00. .
_t'hlasi.ery, oncaiotes to e Gem Buildil. Send two stamps for our Adveiteer' lnnuel ,' liaL Ip ei ,.ci e Wf t Ad, slVooroi 77iA oito e ot f oi., t n, ,taod a3 'f Igo '., b o In tixrtu months 1 r0, twelv.
Wllilu dealer, cornorof Charle and Duval Stoee.. _et._ Ha_ re lved byiasst me frn_ the last steamer from New York, a trgo addition to hi stock lihed-in better ills t rd papey.-' b not ial lottr ihr. o. ,i,. ih, it t ,ii nil's, i o il
_________________________.... ..___ an r cev d yYok lare ditonIeie lin _thi, or oomxy otho: ,'oumntry. --Crnoaareiot lotti.r, no i'. t). orillr lit..i ',i . .

J. T. ATKINS, Peilter, shop on Flemlng.street,near the i at Oill lul//etin, lomston. .. iI. 'STI L,
"ur_"_" ale Dru_ -ed_--_oleit_ l.. PIat Ml editiines, T'lao 'edflA4 Is the otly'hllustratotd papor of tho ., 3 \ihi'iakcr Mtr., hAvapnnah (oi
SDrUg dany that in its essential chtracteorlat ict ,roang.
0 Da nSale or Litiode its a national puiper.--loroaalyu F, ''
W. D. Cash, Dealer lo Dry Goods, Grooor*, L e OP ase 7, s t.itlod i.tional ioe..r..;s y'. .
ankoo Not onI, Fancy Articles, be., Front Storeet. ---
J. J.DTL Y, Dea erito Clothing,ancy dsT PERFUMER LO ES TERMS:s
eorneru ofrointand Yptrick Streett. with about 5M0 A.res of Land. -tb 03 3,ea Postage tree to Isil Sublcribers lU tihe il" at oI i^ lia.
J. W. SAWYER, Wholesale & Retail Dry Goods ApPy to &0 Ulnited SlatesM. & ca al. ao
Clothing cnteSa' urnishug Goods, eo., Comoe W. D. CASH. This being the laaglIt estabshmeat t kt iu klud li the city; everything netiay y liAiPUCe WsEL.r, on r...........4 o tnA",, sao..
politann ulding. Front Street. August 8th, 1877 kept in a llst oliss Drug8Store, will be found there. v.t o includes propayment of U. S. post~go bvy ,,i a
FREDEli0oK FILER 5OB, Lamber Merelhats Physlcians lraswriptions accurately compounded at all hIours. the pulishers. 'l2eus"
FootofFront Strues. 1P. M 1878 ly i 'l bsij)ti'Ol to Lltiomnit'u s I'AOAZINR, WlMKLY,
JOnN JAY PHiriLsIO, Commission MeorhantA a lat mw addr or ote ,, $1000 ; or, l-usivI. a.
laot of LDuval Street. / ,e .-o of pcr'eriodritat, lto Mo addire for oe __________________________
5. 3. Wuaoteaf~ trd, Denier____ In ..-- iniu ,7ii NmE T we s ^ 1e^ touar, $7 00; pwtypc frce. .
w._. e, .ehed, Jnor I, ,lothbing, Fany Visit the Great Opening ,,.I( ,;',/>/,,,,,/, th.I AOAZi.,,, Wnr.,., :
Goods Perfnmery, he., rront Street. _gobitla_ s a 1. h e I mp.rta tais f I A fi po or & Coo, o'm i', q
eeb Railnl, Bootk Shoe Maker Froat t i Ae lHf" .. v'itK souu at $4 00 p ie paid for'. b.Vg a fin., supply of Ladles Meon sad Childrena Bo& amAd niftance,Yor, 81Y (itefYe 00, iar)OWitUuAextra
.,,ooD. v..l...r.t New York. Clothing Store ,.,0io00 1)R- GOZALES
IMPOIA orF AMD DD-ALit Ir all ook Alum, be caltLo supplied na any time.
O The ViAlmnn of theo el. cuifainioaen with the DENTIS
Pn y, ouar. When no time i moetionod, it will Io un. *

1 SDff PIN W I fl r i rthtood thatth subctibor wlshoe to eonionon as n o liai I l Stroet nver r.
P to e W l .i T FTT)L w hth. Numbornextaftor the inolpt of his or.-I bl,S' l),i, atai nal iu i|>e ,u'd to,..
S"'I A fB( w 1ia _Apl. 28, The Annual Volnmns of ,,AMtPMa' W%, in nuiaitdantoa tl i soins roeiuirulg .itI .i'
as nont cloth bindhig, will be sent by expired, fru oat vi',V .
LEtoeA7 CI AR S.o a Aierlnto, provided the freight dof not i not exooed on, Cornliua rntia o'apy l oitii
Sownfi,,!!^1 St.I' s C. ^ a Pd.f ud Dr< 1 ii drllor,lbioa1700 ofnch. A nmphoslpieA, umlorlsing ii w ,o p(,.ai oala.i'o in iet..l
a ^ac- ornerCFront i" Duval Streets. U A TSON r 1 L M AN ^ i"teel4s &awt ,^!l o.. .:
The beet I hey Wet Havaa Cgars con. U ao aa. O E .i iA N uiiao toiiio
stantly on hand .. Oloth Cases of, ou ,volume, siitilahlo to: hind-
Pol toanal strict attention to p at'on apei- A \ R will l o1 r". i-- .(hr - .... ...-
?o rt .pVtalIy it ea ip m Aa" mndexoa to coach voluts sent gratIs 'Mn repeillt ot0f1 i t 1I i I .,,'ind "r'
-w Ordene. for l-q. .,&a., at r -til price prompt., A UT0
Srattended to. Floint, street ,ey west, b Ia- a bcri-io is removed for larpinr' iPoieditcal Nw i i'.i.ER & 2WIt.i tai
A choice aoxtortmant of real Brier Wood I- WILL ATTIEINDl 'OAAlIi. OU'.,4(12MR4NTIr4 lITItUiTtEi.)r TO PIIIIII CAREW W'I'1l1 oaly. liilnltie.
Works: Chrijkamts, Latcaster &,, and other F iney Pipes-also a supply of the o L E TA N TNO OI o t'arii'pupers are POL ot t le o copy thi's totieaeo tlo ,ith. iol ial ios oflared. Address e' ,.
O : et et plng anrd line cut maoking tohoacco. CELEItITIY A D DISPATl. oat tic ri''es"te ords' o' lg.miit & elicorml'a. & WViltoio, Mnoulaactituirag tikopoanya Jaoks un,
O ?: 9,i. Beaver St., Fo Pa. I oi. 10.1)0. 0. G. Q VtATsoi, J. If. CI.OLAMAN M .l ,y Addtiui AltLl0t & litur1i ilEitR N'Ew ,N rk. eloridt.

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Editor &4f(1 d bIIJs0r

,s.'l'A18.4' ?8K UKAltY 8, 1879.

Odcial Organ fo Monroe County.
'T'i, City of Austin, with ourW pails from
the Nort4 broke down on the passage,
Pyviiig lost ler crank pin. Sho put in at
Nutyolk, Y'4.
-- ---3 ---- -
'ir i Floridq S$ate Journal Iayvs Senator
Cl'wiiver 'hiuks the election of Col. Call to
thli SollYen w ill dir4ypt the ~tgqorat o
I'prty as ie is such a partipl a
'IT'lK N qh'b-'r oull ]unch Bill was defeat-
vd iii the aeiito on the llth where it was
geinrally thought would have gone through
slick andJ aluou.
Tis. LuitiACU1uu' has 1ad it4 picture
taken, but as one of our oxchangee declares
that in the group Donnis could nowhere be
fouu!ti, we proiuounce the picture not yorth

The Patriot wants to kpow ,vby the
btrianna (uurier and Tampa qlrdian
should compete at the Ptate Fair withlqt
the Key WEST Dis)pATO Why Brother
f'tlriot, is this complimentary because we
opposed that F u*d Conoter ?

Ti,; Anggra goats in Califonia is a de-
cidedl tilure. SQ far as we laye been able to
learti from some of our exchanges, no herd
of goats in that State yields enough wool
to play tli interest on their cost and the
Wxpenso uf keeping t4er.a

IIos. D. q. lIcAqley, Senator from the
12th Senatorila District of Florida, died at
Tallahassoe Qn the 8th last., ai4 both
4jouses ijourned as a token of seepect to
his memory. The funeral took place from
the A.ssembly 1all on the n;orting of the

Tn Ii. Is R I. R. Dlvidson has intro.
ducud in the House bills for the survey of
the Withacooche river and the building oba
,naval wharf at Kuy Wsbt. The foregoing
is ~,ir tud in the Sunland Tri!ise. We
nioticeei the eauio in the Iecord but our
brother got aie~ of us.

Tn TICL "' wais it a voloano?" pvriat
ei in the Forest asa Striets, and
;ishlid by us to-day, will perhaps be inter-
esting to our readers who have had all
kinds of speculatious w;th regard to our
)ate flih disease.

--- -?0-_ 4
OvC p IIND U ol. Gore says he only
meant it as a ituoo of pleasantry when he
piii that the Marianna Courier and Tampa
Guardian should compote for the premium
at tie State Ftir, and is sorry that Judge
Magbee took it as a reflection on the re-
lpective journals.
CoL. J. I'A. 1i ft the holm of the State
Journal again That Doctor" having
pnolestly stepped down and out. The Ool.
is now editor and sole proprietor, and we
suppose his old friend of the Key of the
Gulf will be after him again about that 13
ft. low water channel.
WvU oIVB in another column the evidence
of Mr. Tilden before the Potter Committee
anil vould ask our readers to peruse it.
,(f course the Potter Investigating com.
!;iittee is a perfect farce, and we might just
is well nmke ourselves equally ridiculous
ly noticing what will hereafter be called
art and parcel of American history.

'rhi Ker WieNt ,sispath of the lst nt sayn : From
ithi ('liclicioti I illy) ,Har of th, O2 h ullto, wU loan that
J .li.uteunaltl.aVot rul, ,r Itull, of Florldm han con Indlctet by
the' 1',lt,(l Nia 'rs (hrandt Jury on thu uharise of eonsplracy
with r'tf, ie In oi>alml lla tle ro lurns of Ihbp olvotleun In
l1l'viCird CoUny'.? Trhe lIe "sLoh alwrlky wa, known to be
IL. icows, il tan--lwayr b etId--vlorlds PltRoe.
T'raily. But we would nqt like you to be
tl0r cow ; fpr Veo woQud give suh ia pull at
y,,r tail as would lead jou to pastures
gir r d'- apeording q OCtpnooe, yo9pFr mp pf
Iuui csp.

T'ra Bausst in cxtractiqg o9r little ,di-
turi il on the conviction of Lee & C9., for
hliu l1rov.,,l copty tfrayds at the election
c(,',ouinents upqon it in this wise I
It ie not what the editor has qugtoi that he
Ilu .s nIl ikm, it is so mthitig else in that satUe ar-
tieI, 'ryIt gJa Bro.,'ind omoe oyt with the
trle, ieiH:k 9 Ol'nee and then we will usee yhat we
ia%, lo far you. Don't be afraid I
\VlWy, Mr. rfeesa, we cannot thiLk now
of anythjng else iq your articledi4at ye do
pot like. \yo would agaa refer to t, und
,:l, oely aorytiniTe it, but ye canq9t pw
iljt our bai4s upon Phat partgoular popy as
o1.l axchiingep are cast out of 1the papty
.uiIpon t h arrl,val o;f o4b freph ail. !ow.
eeor, if yp thin wee are Afr9ai, 4 e ,wold
yequest of you please ) to "end y0 another
copy, yr onlighten us somehow 9r other.
Really we don't know what yo9 ale driy.
419g at.
Our little round "Ball," of the Express
Ofieo of our city, got his back up the other
day with regards to our U4rt4~era mail,
an 1 on ttho sputrt of the mnonreot, tbOgglht
he would render some service to other
grumblers of this couiniututy-t4e press
Included. Tioe following letter from the
ssistalst,.er will explalu itself,
and show that Ball is tryilty to do some
thing for hip lelf in Key VWest,
T'.T. BAL. K4.
Key \Wot Fia.
SIr,--Your ',of the. lA im~rl, nJd.gini f ulintfI'cty de.
lay in tho re,,eipt of certain correon p odnlulu ri thi ." ft,
wan at onqu forwuarl r to ther I'( D rpartiment at \Iah.
AtlAn, antlI ino'w hive thi' pinusuru of Itifirnitigs you tihat
to'iy Inltri ctli li ave hon received illrMotIu t dai ly
iluopatchi of K y H'i't mall ,i y lbanl r ,ut<, It uallll',n to
thi wuekly ldepatll i by M4id uy r, t ia retuhe urt Iiatl.
Vllry -poeifully K. 0. PiKAtSOt .
anit PestRostter.
We are more than glad to see that a bill
has been introduced in the Assembly for
the prpoention of cruelty7 to aniltals. We
qiqcoAIly hope it will pass both houses and
beupme law. On a former occasion we
had to compllain of many of our draymen
who work their poor creatures every day
of the week from the break of day till !ong
after dark, source giving them time to eat
their scanty allo vnceo, often ovor-ladening
phen), and Sundays place thorn under sail-
dies for a race or gallp through the streets.
Tbese cruel and inhuumia owners of horses
should be pnuiqlsed, and we hope the act
will put a oieeok on the4 If it becomes
law, as we l~p d above, we shall not wait
for the police but constitute ourself a com-
mitteo of one)' to report.
T'Iht State IHrluter.
The Ocala Banner is even indign ant be.
cause Mr. 0. E. Dyke was not elected State
Printer and calls it a pipe of Ingratitude
-winding up its article on the subject
busly :
We report and emphasizo that the defeat of
Capt. Dyke for this position we. a nmst ungrnte.
ful act on the part of a DUmocratio Iogislature."
Well, well, we do declare l but what is
all this fuss about ? One to hear the Rtan-
ner and Penuapuol papers speak would
fancy Mr. Finley a Radical and a carpet
bagger. Is he cot as good a Democrat as
,Mr. Dyke ? and supposing the latter
is the father of Democracy in Florida,"
as he has been called, is that sufficient rea-
son for him to feast qu democratic govern.
mout rop to his life's end ? If General
Washington was living t d4ay you had
better say that ho must be President still
cause he was the father of his country.
For goodness sake let Mr, Fioley alppe and
let the 'n joy his two years pap. Mr.
Dyke is Lu.uented enough, 4nd is wonder-
fully quiet, while you all ar tearing up
voir shirts and breaking your necks about

Ulty LasI ret.
A suggestion has been made to the City
Council to spend 8200 for the purchase o'
the hull of the ship Marie Frederikko, to
be used as a lasretto. At paosent we have
uo accommodation for our sea faring olti-
sens and others arriving here with couta.
gious disease. Mango Key, which is used
for that purpose is well known to be
unadopted to the suffering of our fellow
men, and to send a poor wretch thora is to
send him to his grave-exposed to all kinds
of weather, whon the very best treatment
should be given, it Is no wonder that few
or none ever recover. Uosides, look at the
saving to the city. The last few patients
sent there cost somnothing like$1000, and
here is a good commodious hull of 1125 tons
which can be converted into a comfortable
hospital with suitable apertaents for
attendants and nurses to be had for the
small sum of $200. After being s cuttlec
and well ipoored at the proper place sug-
gested, the city can very easily get back
into the treasury the amount expended and
have for a long time a good laza-shlp. at
we may term it, to boot.
We do sincerely hope that the Cit;
Fathers will take the matter advisedl)
under consideration, and not squabble o
hesitate In the least to at once agree unani
mously and make the purohase- Small pox
for instance, as all know is a mot terrible
and loathsome dorese, and require the
most delicate and careful treatment. To
do this, we must have a proper place for
bltlt patient and nurse; and another
having would occur from the fact that a
qnrse ouold be hired far cheaper to attend
a patient n board of the ship with al
convonionces attached than en the miserable
Mange Iey, Surely our representatives
fn the muqtiolpal government are not going
to have thieaelves paraded before thoil
constituents as a penny wise and pouni
foolish'" crowd.

The Letl tuq re.
The assembly memorial asking Congres
for the erection of a U. S. Court Housi
and Pqt OflIpe at Key West, passed tSi
Senate on the 7th Inmt. unanimously.
TIe o4ssembly bill for the relief of Mr,
hqomas FPrrester, ol Monroe county, pas-
Pel that body and referred tq t14e Sanatat
for ooncurrepoe.
Mr. ,, briel on the 7th Antr9dycod a iil1
to be entitled an aot t9 prohibit uinori

from gambling in this State." foeoleloJ
S'The following is sihe decision of Hon. J.
A bill for the prevention of oruelt to W. Iooke (In admiralty,) in thile ase of W.
atilpilss," read and referred to the ,Jdioi, D. Cash and others, which recently ocon.



ary Coupuittee. i pd the (Court *ad interested many of our s
The Assembly memorial to the Cogrosse ;tisens
Pf the United States asking for at) appro-. Dsirari CouaoP UNITsR.S TAIBs th
priatiqu to pay the unpaid balianes award- Soithnr. ni stro fo Fhlrilda o
ed( to citizens of Florida under the provir W. P. Cash t at h
qiuns of the several acts of Congress paes ***. thI
1277.fl.100 Dollars Coniurtship. u
in furtiherance of article tine of thp treaty and F. J. Moron, o- .. sa
between Spaiu and the United States, con. W. C. Malouey Jr. for Libellant P
el u i or1, 18 r i GO Uowno lPattoer m and L. W. ilethel for Respdt. 0
eluded Pabrqutry U, 1819, was read in tl40u os Judge. This is a cause o tu foroe the w
Legislatira on Wednesday and adopted division of on amount earned and roolyod by the c
i a chooner Florida, for services rendered the Spanish "
without a dissenting vote. steamer GOarel under an alleged agroeoment of con. l
----- --_-** seotship tmade and entered into by the master of m
Do. Ilarris on Mle tprpot, that voe al with thn,masteo of the Schooner Cll.
,.. iw in Doieomber Ist,( for an oqual division of
It tickles us somewhat ; but for the life 'the earnings ofbthoss two vosvele. h
of us we cannot see how the Health 1oard Such agreements are frequent in this district, t
and are generally intended to relate more partieu- M
can allow themselves to be shovelled lip larly to the business of wrecking, but at other c
and damped upon a dunghill I times where no liUmts sexpresedn t making the 4
I 4greemoent euxtond to all earning from what*v d
Seriously speaking, we believe ti-at Dr. source. In this case tihe rnsoreihip we go ,
Harris did -"-- I' lIe s al lone yamed by the. COalifomsiq aftat fisng,
I I fr1e i "tal Mageie ooey bad bAn adbvided witt
to have the body of Mr. Gross ".Ir latet the7o dan t l aated -t sTew5 h- 4i
friend 1) exhumed or disslnterrod from the wouldN lbgndred irninii Rtelslvme lrise. ,
It vMas alsondoflnito and unttdaetamiaed in time.
cemetery. Soh ab reements of eonsortship unless limited V
And we would further say that UMr. by specla understandings whou made, re taken
S11 ether a a tu bo general, and extend to all such amounts jeI
Hullens either made a false statement as os may be earned by either vessel. 0
to the Pinos of Mr. Gross' death to "the They may be restricted as closely as the parties
Health officer, e te Health officer ma king may desiro and ospross at the time, but the tl
Health officer, o1 the Health officer lied burden of proving suoh rustriotod character of the o
before the committee, aeruement rests upon him alleging it ; and unless
I It is $)town that bu,.h roatriotio) Is exproeod at
Dr. Hlrris, before the Bo.trd, arose, and the tine of mw king, any spoola :ctitentioa or uns -
was very explicit in his explanatory re. doilrtnding of either party caninut be accepted as
marks ;i-.ftor reading the Ordinanne grant controlling or influencing its operation.
hIm the au rityt frS hi c h uch a consortship Is for and on account of th4,
nghi the authority fr his on, h vessels although uado by th masters.
confessed tilat hu had '>een misild by those In all maritrim matters, itgreements of
apple, ing to hin; for the dislateruent of affruightment, chiartr parties, contracts for insur. p
Gross' hody, a it supplies ur reairisn or othur inaritimo nature d
Of course, Harris is not without blame th,:y are presumed to be made for and on account
t tii kl ,ic vessel and thso pQnriecuted with hebr and
but we think it rather hard that th comI. ,, ,,,acoount of master, or crew. The vessel is l0
mitt.e should have recommended his d it1 ..ioduct, and all relations existing between the n
m'ia-l%. *"iug Wmi through her. c
Still, we cannot seea )ow the Prosilent ',on Supreme Court in Anilr'ws vs, Wall, 8. c
of th Health Board cano roulo that it .,wrd 568 in speaking of a ci.sortship of this r
requires .I two-third vote for either dinmias- 1ithough made by the mastos of the voseel it aa
sal or attention. And here we agree in toto; it at be doomed to be modu oil huhalf of the own- th
with our contemptary of :h6 Key of the Gulf .. and crows. itd tou l)h lligA:ttry on both sides
in this morning's issue. ustil friu l.rlhs,4olved he: the owners. The r
s mori i,'. mo change u : imtors would not dissolve It, i
We have had enough tf parliameutary 11m et og ,strt for the personal benet If
usages in the British COloAo, atd know of eontsolve., ir any patiulcul service. It n
full ol wll that the eotmnnon 'w uof the Unit. fa l, prailcieoly 1 h. the mamno rule as to Its oblig- l
ed Statos is framed after tho fCslaon of tiv frco as 1i,. o,,ntravt of tle master ofa ship
I fc oulinann ...,;r, whiih if within the scop oof
Gre it Britain. If then, you are tiollowing hi, ,thority tho im a wi is not die olved v
in the sauIio stream s of y> ro why do you li the death i,. nov, o f tho master. Besides, :
ply the rule of Oliver C-oinwell, Lord the agreeswint .tipulatlion tor consurtship was tI
Protectorate of all England ? for aw indoflnil< rioil, iid t Insequontly could i
Enough. But one wor i nire. All we o tb hrol.ubr ,uL .." i..,ilvo only upooraoenotita e o
know of tlie twi-tlhiirds vet i tlai TI.he to thu, ,'dvirso 1artv ; aw.l tiw more removal ol
President of the U. States vt n he I inpoai Itheu mmtor ofoneo ,,fthu,,l, hy theowner there I
Sof ti, his ow i b.,iiilr or at his own option could I
ed and requires t ttVwollirus V ate ol the .it no manimor opleaotr without such notice, to the t
Senate. A bill passes bhth hbotios re( nirens Ijury of the nthi n."
Stwo third vty to pass is over the rosi. i rhi, th l thi, g, lral. c trolling principle
dent ior Govrnor's veto. ithe vsuch conatshi, namely tharet united rud
Nullf soil.-except that Htrris is tlie through th-i ,aliin,.,, 1 os it has been stlpu- t
autourtit of Rlussia, whsilt kur wars i liatod aisIl ngred ii'uoii w th, partios thutt some (
the politic ta belt ; but tlarr' h',jtt e5a oth. t ciicu,,,tsnc, .111 telur,,nato thet contrastt
every time f volht,,try diesuNlushiuo mud mi iliue alone can. It
every time. may be tril,) t utt froqiuhntly the character of the A
h. flluwi.t i o.ssel, or thue iatRsslleoiIt with mastor I
lt u'lu.f~lo I"h..,i t OL alld crow, Is ,uch tht hr interest In the oon- 1
'6 the President (d .. t o stship is bt sinaiH wheut cnoiipared with their' s
oard of H ltt o a i of t Ihis can navor iMa prm.oifiuiI.l and the general
K.t'u yl ct. ,priolplo Ithat ti intWe rsAtls uf tbhe vosul control,
Youtir cutinuitteun appoint.. to ill. still governs.
vestigate thQi matter of tile disin. T'he change of owners -annit injuriously asbet
tirtuent 1sf the ruhlains itf the the interests of seaman or mian a change oi master
hate Williuam Grous, and to rebonm. or crew affect a contract oft afflightment or chapter |
Msend snuih tatiot n i reference to tihe part" madoon>en,ent thfthu, vesseldunlesl tihasbeen
Ordinanees gwuvrnimg tho ilttersunt amtd lrtioulatly sIilfi.. tha it should. The change
iitui.>r>.tnt of th a It tus of (,wnriof wrsf one voes,, wit haut notice to the other
diiuntermcnt of the $1d a tho public partins enill n defeat the consortship, nor cold I
health may require, itad for other pur. the chantic of mater or crow. The Sup. Court I
poses, beg leave to herewith ailshutt the says plitinlv thet t rem,,ovl of a master could
eecod of Pruocuelings, and the testi. not. and If not the master certainly not the crow.
uiony taken, auitd tu report i-- Whoever iens a veol ,str becomes tn any way
That we find that the taking up or re. Interestled in her during the existence of a contract
miuovAl of the bodies of those who ha'e consortnhip nutors upon such relation with the I
ill ti4 t contilgiouni or intootiwoed atI.ensat4, hurden of such agreement, and takes the risk
within thu tilie allowed by the Ordi. whether he initaks or lones. If not so, neither
unutes has been of very frequnr.t0 co. party could ever hei certain of his relatit.s with
currency in the past, and your cm his consort, and hi movements i an liable to be
tuittee cannot tou strongly urge tOhen,.- Interferod with and loss Incurred.
cesity of the Board at onlce tatinu,' sch These being the prinstples upon which each
esures as will bty f the arlikely to e t. usually contracts can alone exist in equity to those en-
Sevet t l f lt ely o e ua t y aged or interested in them, lt us apply them to
prevent it in the future, the cause undar nonidorattlon ; for in applying
In the case specially given f,,rour principles nothier quostlons of amount nor persons
consideration we nd that, putting thebo can be nonsldared,
best construction on the aotioan .f the, The first point of d.fonoo Is ; that the consort-.
Health Officer, there has been it his ship was nade with Itoberts, the former master of
part either gross culpable noegligesUc, sor the California and not with Albury, who wa
inoompetsncy inthe discbar f the master at the time of i'artir,)the money in que-ti
repoulbl duties of Iis c,' He tion ; nor on ocount of her owner ; and that the
r must have either known the facts n this entire crow had been changed and none of them
oiaso or not known them. If the f rmer, had been the parties consorted with, or that the
his action in the premises evincu' such present crew shipped with the understanding that f
d a reckless disregard of, or oontemst for they were consorted,
altthe lTts ad as' m v This point is answered hy the decision of the
all t precautionary and e atv Supreme Court and embodas only question, of law
means which should sbe useftoa o.seaurve namely the construction to be placed upon such
the public health, as to amnoilnt to in. contract, and does not depend at all upon the
competency, and to render him iutit to opinion of thoe pattv making, as It doe not appear
i be eutrusted with an office of such vital that there was any'material espreeion of opiteoa
impel otnce to thIi euommuunity / f the varying the general oonstrunoon. The new crew
latter, culpable negligence in tuit in. it appears were Informed of the consorthip, uqt
Y forming himself before taking tch an their opinion whothor thenoy were bound by it or
y important step. That the foregouing, in not could have beeoon taken in theIr favor had th*e
r our opinion, holds good, no matter suit boen against them for a shaM e the earnings
r whether either in his opinion or in at. of their vese and it would not be fair to cotssider

his diamil. ooustrulioa sf It. l e m hMt thefm8->
e Oa the part of tho City 9e w ses would ato h
e find areleseness ani ignore for i hry, bh dld onioth with h iloit.
wbll in sme mtimIunor the rmee kow t of e
Boards sre r'esponusiblo,. in not avi expresieton of th< Idea at t eiil Ie the
hi duties defined atd hitm lnstrutad aremement, and no tfptlatlets that it o be
r therein by the tmimitary ComAittesoa, terminated by a ehanhg of mateON. Diemett
We recommend thu ihe be sevesrey oen. could have proteoed hhinmlf and his ownem by
sured, cited before the Board, reepi. such an understanding at the time of the ontratt,
sUanded, his duties clearly deflued, and the same as a. inanrer can sipulate against a
l he instruetod therein and oaution ed to a charge uf masters without notice and consent bat
faithful discharge thl.eut iut thu nature. where such matter is not mentioned It sa have
- . .. .... no force,

- In reference to the Urdinances, we ,, further defono it Is urged that the under.
S recommend that Section 1 of Ordinance standing was that both vessels should fish up the
No, 9 e o so amended as to read "twenty- reef until they mot at Cape Florida when oneo ve
four," instead e" twelve calendar eel should tako all of thn fish and proceed to Ha.
r months," and that Soo, S of said Or. vans, but that the California instead of following
d dinanoes be resuindod, and that Soe, 1, this coase went on a salvage oruise In Msuoh
Ordinance No, 99, be se ameondad asto floating cotton whloh WM reported adrift In the
allow no disinterment without the son. gulf stream. Now were it show that this w a
aunt of the Board of Aldermen, and condition precedent or a part ot the agreement of
then only under the sup vision and consorthlp, and that at the tioe both pties n-u
S control of the Sanitary committee~ o dorteod It so, It would have nmuch force ; but I do
sitd Boarf not ind that to have been the case. It no whe
tull submBttd, appears that It was understood to be a put other
W AVsbmintted, contract ofoonsortshlp that they should fish If
W awier, 1 more profitable business ofbred, but that this wasI
J, W. V. R. Plum ter Oo1n- and undertanding outside of, and operate from
Jos. F. Albury, r ittee. the original agreement and subservien to lreau
Jag. R. Curry. tanest which mixht offor oppostunltles for gnater
. ey Wea rFeb. 19, 70, profit or gain. Now was there any misconduct or
btid faith in the owner, 'master, of crew of the
p Ctalifornia In discharging the fist crow, or going
on a wrecking voyage which should prevent them
Aboy out t the elbows" wa lked in Juttie from iolalminin this matter although
1 the cause, and replied, the contact might not ha been ritually term
l, t i1 bt0t 't,. ted cai oniat had been shdwn that tahe e fw o
euestll si t 1C1 3h Californisa had beo n discharged and sheIb left


Whenn n returned from Baltimore, 1
said something to him about his action and
any infosnati nab stt l tlhe.s ase
gotiationduntlo I aw tsbm we ubled I
id not believe that Pelton had any poweI
because he had no authorization; Edward
Oooperl ame to mean d d he had re-
eived a proposition to get the votes of
South Carolina for money I the substance
of our conversation was that the vote were
for ale. I never hed of any attempt to
bribe until the publication of the foat. I
firt heard of the Florida Brioery from Mr
MarbleI he simply etioned t ohel roum
stance after be ad retuned from Florida
he gave no detalsl and I made no inquiry
les I made no inquiries from my qophbe
about these corrupt propositions to buj
and sell.
Question-Then you had nq interest iI
4nswer-Onay an intereo p *toppln /t

ny lnghlt of tinu doing nothing, but looking to
u'r oitnsot for iinrings, thui matter might well be
t ied, but that does not nppears to have been the
heu caieu 1B foro eobors left ho had ,igaged Al.
ury asl nIustor, a iew wal shipped and
he went to sea vory soon.
A temporary dolty in the ,shan g of crows could
Mues no more injury to reosqn4ent than would
he vesul's lying Idle a few hoqr, theo sme length
f time, with crow on shore.
In regard to the Calfornia's going fof cotton,
ad all parties interested been consulted t the
lie I am lsatified the consent would have been
unanimous, as under the uirouunstances suoh a yoy-
ge promised H greater profit than would one for
purpose of fishing alone, and tbirefre do I not
consider her voyasg improper. lid sho fallen in
ith p large amount of cotton the Fl rida would
ortainly have boon entitled to a portion of the
)emerritt had an opportunity whenafthe vessels
met at Rodriquoe to terminate the cohoortehip snd
n not doing eo assumed the risk of meeting a ves-
sl in distress himself, or sharing with Albury if
e fell in with one. Tho question has been a asked;
o whom should the money go at awarded P We
ay also sk from whom would money have been
aimed had the California instead of the Florida
tMen in with the Garola P Not from those indivi-
ually with whom the oonsArt war made but, those
bho hbad aoooetod the relation previously acou-
ied by theta .and taen th i chances either to
haro thqeir,earnings with the PlorMa, and her
rew or tah haretoms them. 'Tha is a'quel-
Io whiolljs ofoonsidsrable Intereitto this coin-
nunity, ftld cannot saythat I oilr tSEof -
oadenl nts far in the wrong 1s e the pay-
lent andoompolHn resort to the Oourts for a
Idloial decision a to justify oharging the entire
oste to them.
It is therefore ordered that the costs be paid from
he total amount ind the libollants recoivu oneo half
f the ast residuo.

The Exasminatltson
NPw YOBK, February 8.-Before the
Potter Committee this mornt g, Gov. Til-
oen entered, accompanied by his brother,
Ienr.y A Tilden, of Lebanon, John Bige-
ow and Henry 1. Dimmock. The Uover-
lor was at once sworn by Mr. Hunton the
chairman, who said : "Governor Tilden, we
eceivod your letter expressing your wil-
ingness to testify," Mr. Tilden replied;
I have read the publication and tral.ila-
Ion in the New York papers I did not
recognize a single on.e in the cipher
r translatit !o, which I had ever seen be.
ore; I never entered into any arrange-
neat to purchase the votes of 8 uth Care-
inua or Florida i I had no information or
uspicion that any stchl eomnununioations
"ere being cnrrieil (in, until t s4w the dis-
,atniaes publllshud in the New Yvrk Tri-
uito. I had no knowledge or any deal-
ng with any parties to these negotiations;
Never authouizeod lany uuih anegottattons,
n ally foiin whantvir. On the morning l'
November 20, 187ti, Jlrm. Col. Peltus ,awn.
ioned in Iny lprouesue tha:t her hulshltl,
tad gune for the Itvy. I did not know ihu
had gono 0or was going out of tho city
le went to IPh'iUlulphlli I lulieove. Later
ihrouugh thle~ly I wis called ,on by Mr.
Ouoper, who wus on his wny down townI,
and was tuld by hiim, that l1e had receiveil
in otfir front ,ont party ufforing to obtain
or montuy the ote ut i ounth Varulina, I
said I woulhl ,Athorit no snch t ranraction
nor spend nmunuy fol any luuh iurtpuao.
Pits whole conversation oceuipied only a few
uiements. J obtained Ool. Telton's address
n Baltuimor antd tilesraphed him to come.
I kunw nothing of the ciphers that hani
wbon passing between him and others anJ
I could not have translated them. With
regards to Florida, ; never saw one of the
telograms, either in cipher or the tianslh.
ions; in regard to the Oregon dispateols,
I was not aware that they oame in cipher,
until after the meeting of the committoo to
nvestig te them i sonHl of the dispatches
were addressed to my residence, I5 Gram-
meicy Park. I o not know that any of
hese dispatches ha I been delivered there.
CollPelton's h bits of mind and mine ate very
different. A day or two after the election,
Gen. Grant wrote a letter recommending
that commissioners go South to see a fair
count. I had nothing to do with the so-
leotion of those commissioners; I never
beard from them but oneo and that was a
communleation signed by Mr Ottendorfer
and others. I was very busy all that time
and did not undertake to correct the idea
that they were my personal agents. That
idea has no foundation s they represented
the Demooratic parts. Nolue ot them, so
far a I know, went to those States, author-
sed to do anything that a gentleman might
not do, From the 7th ot November, 1876,
to December 0, of the same year, under no
ciroumstanoes did I enter anto any compe-
tition for the seeking of the certificates by
veual induoemuents. There never was an
hour or a minute that I entertained uoch
a thought. To the people who I believe
elected me President of the United States,
to four millions of oitiens who were de-
frauded, I owed it-a a duty I would pro-
claIm I would not ykkl ae Jet er tittle of
my itflt Wh teeir oti ttyli aresIt from
tht b loa of the l.otot pqtm snd
P YeWoir^ ti I OIell would eates
ho a^{r rt1 of the
ChUe? atra [.LOhen whlih the
Chairman suppmreed.] L had resolved
that I would continue to protest against the
wrongs by which the people were defraud.
ei out of their rights. [Mr. Tilden' voloes
wae husky and it was diicult to hear him 1

turning board of South Carolina or Flori-
da were for saleP Give the name of the
gentleman who told you.
SAnswer I cannot give you the name of
I aifman. I state o n evidence that it would
'notponvlt anyone.
Sbetion Giv m the name.
Answer It appeared pl the papers.
Mr. Hisooe k We will now go back to
the time when Pelton visited Baltimore-
SI ask you gain to give me any evidence
s you have that these berds were ling cor.
P erupted by the Republioans. X rnit .you
up to the time of the ftal tio of these
Answer I have no evidence up to that
Time. What I learned was from subse.
I quent investigation.
Mr. Tilden admitted that up to the time
v Peltot went to Baltlmore be had npne ex.
Sosept newspaper knowledge about the al-
leged corruption of Republicans In dealing
a wIth the returning boards.
S r. Uiseook called Tliden's attention to
t p9p dispaol4 g~ lo, ,dated Tallahatsee No.

__ _

Mr. Talden admitted he had had confla
dental relations will Manton Marble; that
the letter before going to Florida called to
hid him goodbye ; there wis nothing in
the conversation at their mnetillg hearing
oil this question ; it was a little more than
a formal leave taking ; he reiterated in re-
ply to the questions that in his interview
with Mr. Cooper no idea of accepting a
proposition to purchase the votes was de.
bated between them or was thought of for
a moment. As for Col. Pelton he was the
last man In the world he (Tilden) would
have selaoted if he had intended to enter
into such trqqnaatians as purobasing the
electoral yott'se being asked why, in his
card to the public, he did not refer to. the
Baltimore transaction, Mr. Tidltn ret)lied
that it was not purtitent,
Question-Do you not see that your
statement that you had un knowledge of
the negotiations except through the Tri-
bune is likely to deceive, because you bear
of the Baltimore negotiations?
This question seemed to stagger Mr.
Tilden somewhat, but he said he did net of the .lphero telegram-which had
passed on the subject, nor any negotiations
but did know that there had been an .offer
in south Oat\na which he had put a d
to by his intervention.
Question You made your statement
conscious that you knew something which,
the publo did not, which you did not make
in your published statement ?
Answer I made my statement i, accor-
dance with the truth-
Question Did you inend to convey the
idea that you had no knowledge of thiA of-
Answer I did not intend to onvey any
idea on the subject; I had been advised
by a hundred people to do one thing and
another and 1 did not think it was neces- -
sary to refer to the faot of the Bal imora
I reply to the very alile and close exam-
ination Mr. Tilden rotterated that it was
not pertinent to the subject to refer in hil.
statement to the public to the corrupt offer
he had heard of, and denied that he had
drew up his statement with the special do-
sign of keeping this information front the
Sharp uross-questioning, in which Mr.
Tilden was occasionally requested to li,
frank, failed to got hit to aditdt that lie
rentemberea l ay oouve-ration it the Thirs'
'Nation;l Balik with Mr. Siithl t week
prior tot e latter's departure for North ur
outh UCrolina. This finished Mr. lieed's
cross.examinilation of Mr. Tihlen,
Mr. 11%coek now tok him in Ihallll. In
reply to it qiuestiin If li ewas ilf'ornln .t of
the nature of theu ilielatcles orecm'ivoli iv
Mr' Smith frou l Flouida ?" lie s:ti : "1
did not emoolly mys)ulf 11Muhii witli tihi pro.
gress of the I'luridla ptruuediga; nver iI s0 w
the udspatolh ulvising the einploynillit ,of
a manl4 who could he ti astul l tor it weuk ;"
1.heard 1 had one i;tijority in Floriiil,, hiet
did not, en the dispaatch rulurrod to iua cnii.
vying that' nd ot ier infiormnitlm ; ilidl nit
see the diputelk to Geonrgy W. Smith an-.
ing, Sue my displtuh to Slail I lhaiv
no recollection if seeing ur heittlig rnlia
any suuh ilispatch. I HassilllO ti 1)Jdmll,-.
oratio General Comniittee hoer'e wrnt in
communications with the gelutleuilaL in F'lu-
rids during the onivas .
Qulestion You have said that if voiu
had any tIdea of influuliiing tholle I oiIdsj
the last person, yot wonlI lhIvo 'lichios
would have been 'Ol. Polton, why ildl you
not deem it proper to call Mr, oupler's ur
Mr. Helitt's attention to the latter itile
ask them to take charge iof the ntatter lert
Pulton might comprainise the Demaocra:i
General Committee ?
Answer In the first place, I supposed
they had full knowledge, and would bu able
to take care that nothing wrong shot ll bo
done; the olvil law do's not reoognaiur the
purposes until they are embodied i:n. tie
aoticus; the church punishes purposes if
criminal, even if they are not carried out:
the atmosphere at that time was full of rum
more of fraudulent returning boards I
declare before God and my country that
the votes of Louisiasa and Florida were
bought, (meaning by the Republicans;)
1 would scorn and oondemu my righteous
title if the Demooratio party had scoured
my seat by fraud.
Hisoook said McLin testified that he was
ap3toaohed by Manton Marble with an of-
fer for the purobhase of the votes. Ho
deemed it his duty to make this refutation
in the face of Go. Tilden's assertions on
his character.
Hiecook. Gov. Tilden, are you entirely
clear that MoLin was influenced in his ac-
tion by the hope for office P
Answer I swear so to the best of my
recollection. I believe I shall be just to
epeey one in this euminatioo, and hall
protest myIelf fully without going into
matter sonneteod with my family relations.
Mr aHefek This lavetigation was foe
_teh ie.ll)atioen of the wholo peo le, and
.I belleet to be in the seaoientous dis-
oharge of my duty to fully investigate Col.
Polleton's relations to you.
Mr. Hisooek (to Mr. Tilden) Had you
any infosmation at that time that the re.

vemuber 21, and signed "Marble." He
said: I don't know or understand what it
uimans. He could not say whether or not
any large sum of money was raised by the
Demooite in New York which might be
used for political purposes in regard to
1di tatub No. 14, addressed to Smith Weed,
and signed Denmark, he said Colonel Pole
ton did not consult him about it; did not
know Pelton was in communication with
Weed and others in the South ; these tele.
grams never came to my house with my
After a brief examination of one or two
other witnesses, without eliciting any im.
portant information, the committee went
Into executive session and decided to ex-
amine no more witnesses They will leave
for Washington to-night.

Our Washlmrtff Letter.
Frcm our roqular Correspondent.
There seems an undoubted intent on the
,part f the democrats to force an extra
;session of Congress. Taking so many ob-
,noxious ridersnupon thesapprp atios bills
;indicate only the desire taorrender their
defeat a certainty by thi, dQ grT a
onsequent assembling of te 46th soon
f after the 4th Marlh. The ity is filed with
hungry men from the South who mae clarm
.orig for office, and there is no other way
to appease these "loyalist" of the Ellis
Stripe, but to commence Congress and
make a general overhauling and bouncing
of republican clerks and employees In the
Senate and elsewhere if possible. Though
the Senate has few officers yet with a hun-
,dried Southern gentlemen waiting here for
,each,posttion and every mothers son of
,them despadling reward for their "loyalty"
during the wer though it displayed itself
fighting under ,the eonthiererapy" flag
against the Staers aAd.tripes. Your read-
era can appreciate tis ecassity which coem-
pels a northern doughita feo engineer an
extra sessipn and the debt'of attitude we
.owe Bondoing, Baining, and birds of his
stripe. Some yesrAs.ince Congresu permit.
ted one of our railroads to build ite depot
,uoar ,Penniylvauia Avenue the niain
thoroughfare front the Capitol to the Trea-
sury auid White Hopae apd to .oastktiat its
tr ok acroasthbe Ml 'thps destroying one
$l1)aipt qf thie arest parks i:Uthe PDistriot
ped breaking up the magnifloient drive
.given by the unbroken stretch of of oen
grnounls from tihl Capitol west to the Poto-
linac. The nuisanee of running train has
keonllie so great that a determined effort is
,1,iicg n)idss by our city authorities ft coWn
,ll nil our ,lAilroads to unite in a common
;.'r Union Depoqt or to remove their Depots
fromit the businuoF tp.Ftions of the city to the
(nm11kirts. When it was Irolposed in Coolm-
.gross to grant ,theo tib4ve lepit Senator
,,CLiikllin opposAedthe ueiastre with all his
,a4ility tiud calhiried aoong otliqr,tasons or
tlrguti4ume(ti for hItis ppoultoi.u that.the Mail
alhould not be disigurell and that in very
fow ytariP the burden of nuisance would
heooImalu great to the people through the'
riunoihg trails sie to sonltim 4 the. people to
rise iin rotest and demand removal. We
hitwv fufl? roelixtd his predictions and will
svh tu pay dearly for our whistle inul.
inueh as tIle oeuupying railroad quietly in.
forms us it wats given its franchise and if
Aluprived of it must be fully compensated
for its grounds and imprtovumeitst tlhereon.
1's good fun to give away valuable proper,
ty without the payment of a dollar there-
fore and then buy back at the rate of $3.00
per s I'iaying for the improverheats double their
worth to the city. Were our experience
different in this respect from other cities,
wv mi ght. Congress had been Iaobly cheated
,whvwn uiducod to make the original oonoes.
aion. But we believe every town has some
eyejore siutiular to this of oura-something
to show it ta'l acted it haste and repented
bitterly at leisure. Mr. Conklin suffered
another defeat in the matter of the New
York City Custom House appointments,
for the Senate confirms all of them, this
sustaining Mr. Sherman rather than Mr.
Conklin. The fight has been a long and
bitter one indeed, but the Administration
now, and Mr. 0. ean chew the end of dia-
appointment ap best he can. yet he ap-
eared in his seat the day after his reverse
showing no signs .f defeat and lookIng as
pleased and .indersturbed as ever in the
past. He takes more pride in hise personal
exterior or dress than any Senator save
Mr. Bruce, the e lored Mississippi Benator,
and -ve presume is .too much the polished
gentlemas to allow his grdvasoes, if he
S as any, to affeot his demeanor in the aSen
ate Chamber. At last steps haue been
saken for repair of the Pateat OMJce for
Ithe House committee on PubUlo Buildings
as agreed to recoapsed appropriation
pmot 150;060 toer te Purponte. erl, -io
1 anoathe hrviln ied t, sLte9est 0e
was burned, anad it is a sll* Congrea-
has made o.a v for the tea(~srtiron
,of the buildtnl. Atempory Ievrig in.
sufficient to keep out theJia r pio
over it last winter, instead of appropriatnlg
enough to replace what had been destroyed
by fire and the damage done sinCe by ater
amouuts tc the interest on half f mflon of

dolars. But such is Congres. would the
democracy have made politloal capital o a
of spending money repairing the Patet
Office, one of the nest government struot-
ares in the world, they vould hae freely
devoted a million to the purpoo. But
no voter could get a reward out of It the
cause of the neglect and delay e' be
understood. Our city bumms savr hound.
ing Congress to give them, as well the
Territories a delegate In ongres. But
,our taxpayers almost to fa r are satis-
lee witi our rulers they are for they
know a return to popular elections means
Simply the opportunity for. Murder Bay
oad Swampoodle and other hells t, launch
r 0tk their unterrifled voters, Who by vot.
mg 0tea id erly rule and ruin everyr
thTr permitted to be touched by them. It
u .ay 4e foreman's happy privilege to vote
in the StWtes but our taxpayers are content
to be disfranchised forever rather than to
permit our gob and rabble to become di4c
tators of our rules. JpYsyes

Stamps. Original Pension and Bousties IIt e were to be I4.owed to speculate,
obtained. Patents secured for inventors. we might inquire wht f relation or conneo.
A All land and mineral claims HoUewttesd tion these oceanto di'arbanceo may have
.and pre-emlption entries and all contested with mysterious smoino inland, near St.
C- cases are i special charge of W. 8. GmA,0 Mary's which has boee visible for the past
SATUIIDAY FEIIitUARlT 2,879. Eq for twelve years conected with three years, sud whore locality and source
General L% id OQilue, Land Warrants, and so many prsnQs hbav trade futile efforts to
Chew JACKon's BsT sweet sNavy s Land orip bought and sold. Address as discover. The evident fs of extreme vel.
Tobacco. abowe. oanlo action, not very remote, are visible
With this issue of our papr, Poor MoHugh. He was hauled up all.vor the Western part of Texas, while
end the advertising list of delinquent Tax bofor the city counoli Thursday evening for volcanoes are still burning in Mexico, lo'
payers. All those who have not paid up, a reprimand.' After taking the trouble to calities not so far removed as to make the
ad better look to their interests, Those i* r In his best bibs and tuckers-long disturbances in the 8ulf of Mexico unro-
plaee remaining unpaid on the 8rd 'f tail blue included, he was politely told by liable for conoleilve data.--Foret and
arh will be put up at Auction and sold the President to depart in peace, and we SBream..
to the highest bidder, and it no bidder io suppose, "11n'uo more" Alderman Saw. .
found It willbe bought lo by the Collector er Wresooted him with a full blown whit Ordinance No 68,
Of evenue, for the State of Florida. It rose (emblem of lonoeeneO and pu it .)
any one wants to rdeem hbi property and the mischievious city olerk said Meo Sea. 1.-Belt ordained by the Mayor
after that time fifty per cent and the cost Hugh left the hall undr the impression and Biavd of Aldermen of the City of Key
of sale and advertising, is the tune they thathe had caught h--I. Now, Mr. West in common Council convened :
will have to respond to. Beeswax pick us out a good spot in that That 80 days after tho passage of this
We advise al lo arrears to call at once adjoining cemetery for saying this much. ordinance it shall not be lawful for the
and save time, expense, and much A fellow returning from is lodQe one owners of Cows, l orsos, Mules, Goats,
annoyance, a the (w im tive. night latweek, cnraeenol prepa or heep or Hogs, to allw them to run at
Annbedn--ea-f eth h a coeejed bo farA II dr |W1 0, within the Limits of the City of Key
The fair to Cedar Kej per str Gem vesting himself of h ap l. he eoalut W t, and it i bherehl male the duty of
hab bees reduced to $10,O t d ha as k, t Lll 'crOioi or sreons
SThei snerifo, .Athe u i 'edbya th .,. a taarsi..u take up
t ut4toy to flrei ah r Washing. H better hal already Ib, kedwy impound any oe aforesaid uni.
ton's birthday whih they did in the pari he wal so quiet, atI interrupted i al'i ftbnd running t large, and if there
sext to the prgoan yard. Hoopli I his tsiloquyle ras f terrible fuorw, should not be any climants for the said
The Ball t be given by the Key attempted to pitch the oandlo stick at her animal or animals a impounded at the
West Cornet Band, (postponed,) takes plaee usiog maledoitions to suit. At last hbit, epiration of Four (41 days the same shall
Monday evening. Ths is the last of the comnpaiou in se him wandering over hbe sold at Public Auc'ion.
season. room with candle in his hand, enqulied ee, 2.- And if thb owner or owoors
-San Carlos h ooln hia ro what he was looking for; his, answer was r should appear and odiam iny animal or
ll eee ry printing materials. Alr io- looking fo-hio civil- animals impounded the following ball be
twelve byprwhites i ang colored are being hc-ty. the amount of charge collected from such
u t the arto ing. Ths cast Sunday evening the Rev. Mr. party or parties upon delivery to
mendable and adds o branch of ldustry to Gilbert Rotor ofSt Paus ChOburch, gave a wit Cows Five Dllr (85.00) Hoses
the institution. We wish them all success good and wholesome lecture on Court.hip Fe Do0lars (5.e ) Mules Five 'Dollare
I- i we had the money that aeiebed and Marriage." The church wal orowdea f6s 01oats8Two0 1ql1ars ($2.00), SheeP
SI we had the money tin hat e ould en y to its utuoct capaoity by SS. Paul's and Two Dollars (12.00) lITo Three1 Dollars
sess, we don't think we would speud it Peters a ongre gtions and many outside $8.00), also the cost of maintainaue of sid
Siut, fsh red turtle by way ofspeo ul atidu, stranern te pleadl p hear r t meals
but aspire to something more nobler, Wo the Ip i"r' .tfidesofin Te good "ig Se. 8 -It shall b unlawful for~ any per-
dant what's more, we ot tcaris., th l, dotrine "The o urch re- son or persons not authorited by theCity
and what's more, we aon't oar. ognizs no divorce" but oh.1 if that was Marshal to take up or impound amy of the
We. neglected, through forg t fuil- oul aooeptedby many adherents of Le aforesaid animals found running t large
ness, (no good to lie about ,it last week, 7upiaoypal faith' Weo can torn to the Afles and any person or parsons found guilty of
that the Rev. Father Spandinurio :had ol ur paper and pl0 ot6ttoo anopy legal the oflno0e shall be liable to be fined not
arrived and assumed his positiou as aa s. advertiseiments wiorela the courts have less than Two Do!lars and ifty cents
pastor of 8t" Mary's Star of the S.t, to fill been applied to for di5orce4 We think (2.50) or more than Ten Dollars ($10.00)
:sbe vaeaneo caused by the death of itbhu Mr. gilbert a plain speaking mian and hope at the discretion of the Mayor, nothing
lamented Father Fouoade. thle advice will be received and acted upon herein contained sho!l prevent any person
Lieut. J. ABuohain.a igntl officer tha o end of.a lecture he exhorted his or persons from tatn;, up and have in
arrived this week on the steamer Tiappa "earrs to trtfulne5i gdno love, pounded of the sid animals if caught
haunock to inspect Key West and. PUnts soberness eto., and, says he;: "Go will do within their Premises and any damage
Rassa stations. We are certain he will te rest." whieh suthe sid person or persons, may
find both in perfect order and report favor. animal .a hall be ,;iidnbydVie owner or
ab. Shatnefelter sticks to his work as a Our Tusisre ofL Ifeail salleaidifyt olaid and if
three cent stamp sticks to a lo'ter, Dojw, ill a isgrat mo a soe upon our rg or or
hae Bap oo axce fr r.loct of tho laws of hllith. If w violate themo I sold at Public Auction tihe amount of dam-
Many fellows-especially married we, cnnot expoot to mtko old bUne..' Unt that ige BUstaieUd hallbededucted from tho
men, have a good excuse for gon thu pi of oxistonu lloted to a1 nturl dolicato Iroceeds after the Pity charges shall have
late at nights. All to be sail is 1 Im custitution, or nno which his b aon shkuon by en dtliuoted.
just front Lodge." We, being unfortluat ali lei ma 0 il titily lit tho n id, ln hite Se. 4.-Thett Mfarshal shall have
I l W( ic we. % dv b isily r l oof. 'The ViVif If 1 at1 %
enough to belong to no lodge have to stand ,itorallo inlraonneo c Hof tottor' m o i tters I oharre of the OCiy Pound, and it shall 1p
and take all that comes. Ouess wu'll join r pr. a fai1ilibniique aturleds a trikin4( illitra. his Vuty to give forty REight (48) hours
a lodge too. l f the po.wr of jidicioiu modicution to of the ,8ile of ny animal o tni
strulelinin thn hnold on 11o. Ilunterdl ldigniation, ur a n y a o, X
-Our U. 8. Marshal is a inarriod main comts Iml ,tIio, rnmwod itpptito, o ind ua which iak4e pounded together
and to-day completes hb. twen .ty s retieP thake'ar aong tho bnnuts countrd apnu with a uisotiptinm 1 animal or ani-
year sl he he r th.hAttM leIf*e4 *to thu d I bylte by tli4 u supome reooaoat. With, mals, the OCty At also keep a
the vmenal I ltar. Anfd'oehn 'Wilfyh- ,c'ht"l"lt". "ni"' iuheo ama i-*I(Iite dM wisht hW. animals
hton't rib dai a's mtid Io. kl a orn orn trmnqoiliste, the invtli, adfter1 14 Wic e h 1 mpoun inspection of
tgo'e IiUth day te mind you. ,111 Itir.o Otthu tskf ,* rtnuo 4 i-i i v'prty interekci ,
nation holiday and no courts will Io no linor lieu roni'rilol thn that itwas-that t party Fnteret.
opened, .sp the Marshal will h ive ih; ho )'y ot unity a gioon old ug." e. 6-lhe Feoo the Police for
sproe all .to himself and family, taking up arresting an impounding any
-, Talking.aboupt instinct of .intlltils,, I e wlhave boon requested to publish the apinl shall be f the nimount collected b
it not a mystery worthy of note, tlat sieCity Mar. halfeehall
itth at 4a ystery Worthy of note, tilt&% since T 5 6 per. uont. of the at ount which said
the first batch of dead alsh drifted to ourt la orises a tile Ass animals slall sell for at Puhlio Anotion, and
shores not a single buzzard has l se soon ?t
They have all quitted the island, and our A FASLa. a lr pying a exbe to said
e anger and fishermen assure us thit non. noe upon a time, a horse concluded to animl the M l the
can be seen all along the coast. They go upon his travels and see it he coudt not dance to- the City TreqaMrer at the end of
must have had sufficient iqtolneot etA toi lt a'ld to iis fortune, which was a very sml.ll "e And, ould be m t
them something about the.disease. one, anl not alt.qutite to thesupport of e. .- f
11 cladmants for t anny anivl or ani a a 10s
SA. friend told usthe othet V, ,ust his iatnily, for the timefwerevt y hard in i ant r any i niiial or anialx sol
lterthe City Council Commitoee, t llt it his country. neyt P Auo tl six months of
was a goodthit to be n lebt, for o and pae through Pany countries filled n sale the amounts depited within the
aoo tl ng to bke ln with wild beasts, where pestilential diseases Treasury e feited to the City
Well, we are alwa in debted to sumebod ilt bet te dapgers he headed not That all ordinases coenlicting with this
but devilish little position we are ite. He om hei thought of his famly At length he ordinance be and the sie are hereby
ever, It li our aim nto to solicit a furthur took passage with other horses like himself repealed.
detention of crdit in o der to test it. Bfu for his home, and lie rejoiced greatly thnmk- Passe the Board anw approvedd this 16th
ware ye auetioneerf butcher bt r kee. Be. Ing soon to as his fa ntly. But the poor ysy of Jany. A. D, 18'79
aend shoe maker. horse was taken sick .nigh unto death, and J. W.V. R. PLUMME
an thoe makterts f the bd o at he was loft to b oaeeo for, in a country psildent of Board
At the meeting of the board itf hlth through which their weri passing and the uand Mayor pro tent.
Wednesday eventin at the City HRtl to horses in that country cared for him kind? Attest
take steps in Dr. arris' case they wanted ly, for they sid : "is he not one of us' PBTBB E T. KNIGIT.
yes, and tried hard to exo'.ad the pres and h he not a family who are anxious ?" City Ol)k.

ostr Nnser r ^t^t. el't agues |ke horse, nf he had tken muMchA Y LE ON
wewo' say a osed saifters,=me i "
gentleman who raised the ob'eotlop, please ~ ~s u- bh' aad it, rha eh. e L...e N
not to muke himself so redioulous againe for Japg iowtbi- animal was an ass, alO-I
ihe does, the press will work h.rd to hoSgi ie thoughthimself a hurse, andhad h
dump him., great opini of himself and sarangs to SET L WORK
Communications from Dra. Austin say, this opinion was shared by the entireLL VORK
97 the Marine Hospltal, and Harris H. 0. to eorpmunity, for they all admitted that he Corner Whitehelt attd Southard Ste.
A, F, Tift, Esq., appears an thins morn, was a very great ass. And when this ass is prepared to do all kinds ot fanoy aolol-work
King's issue of the ;fy, wherein the Dootors saw that the hbone was being eared forf '~ neatnes. ,ad dispatch, and at as low
states that there was not the slightest evi* kindly, he lifted up his voice and spoke, rates as ay other hlpm, of it. kinr in the city.
deanoe that the man had been drinking, and and he said aww.he a-hell He then HIaving had mny years' xperiene. in the art
hd gt vyr e gad qr ti e irn d thee ioad of t com.* ishe is willing to oqPymf and guaarnteos pnrftct
4as be r oatstlaqtloni
*t l yuo jt i nseirterogost oiePrpic, i.ois.slt.,,tal p oli .it Ial
sadtl g .IF b tril ,

h 7 6 isow t .M h But tkiloi fu' pmtna bMt as to
4 V ISD. the hded not lis d firor fr h aid (i'u.,.n 1 _
2ae Mother Superor of Key West Con e is not one of us and don't fkno-. what -

ent bes leave to express through the me is good for our kind, for o I he is 'h ass.
diumo theseleelp., her thanks to l d o 1othlowet 0 ed tore for the horse CLEAR THE WA f
who patronlsed the Fair held last week, so tAat he soon got well ag in, and wunt
To their attendeape 4nd gnerosity sheo on- home t9 his famiTy. But the community Now is the thu and now is yopr chance
riders hea~lf indebted for the eSoes of maryelltd much at the wisdom of the ass, to make a rush at the store of
the fair,.wbich rS&ld i s,thq supi' ot and aSknbwledged that he was the very I M, 5im
*707.13 an ,monnt thas ei spread r moet greatest ass in ell the country., E
sauitlne saneotltions: ones r T, SIMOeNrqo Ya lc n0y for lie will commence on Monday euot .rd.
thafls to the fr of t ion ho t seems tS o aonfrm our Peby, to sell offat cost, in orderto mako
ST e t .twryof a siub-arine volcano o f t room for a fresh stock from the Morth.
--Today bidaK e ul. 7hjptna'. te
bthday our city parents lively ppear oest of Florida, by whose recent monp- .W Oreat Bba* ns to be made
y. 0pefet display? f bn tipped t toss countless numbers of fish have not A All goods will e sold without
sa; d pltlto bp1 oly been killed, but the business of r.- reserve.1.t
pet on evry ide one. mur turn,n an th Lket eshing, upon wby h so iny of the w' Aamy a atlelo, of great value
s r loose sI and. Fort T qiddalor ,hdwellers depend for e livelihood, paut
I- or tbiaksu and intctatindds for m d 4i tooalto ether. The drift of pumh e will almost be givea way.
sAr deq t Peetond wto be ont y Pri from ton mittong thee hore of the' lulfl would NOW rI YOU1R 9CHANI.
the perg ohre i the bend played tcl an to be almost pop olsive e idence in
Columbia eto. The Isle Qf the Sea Bas itel, That the I erYP'o0 $e lnterjit.
street oa throe Russel thous atrsan d the tet, as 1i other known volcanoes. Is pro-
st, t V4 tlhroanrd with svuotitr,-.U yen by the data pertainqng to similar co.
baPPy afd jolly. surenoes twenty Ave years ago in the same
lansks and instrnotions for xscuring loolity.[ 1uersely, thbt there have been aLACKI .L' E
Arrears ot PestIon will be sent by ps-. tntermitteit phenomenal of precisely the 1)1 Ik
wr 4: Q(asv.v, Washington,) D. 0. to al, same eharater,provs the i otoatte ct of
person aolouing0 ni14o esi in postage yolopno rruptbuns,

List of ucmlimcietil tetlleri remaiinig iln Post
Offie Feb. 20th/ 1879.
Ambristor Francis 2 Albury Wm. 1'
Adams Wllliuams Albury Joseph H
Anderson Lowis Adamns Win. A
llon Farnnie Albury Daniol
Urowno ir. J lirownu Chorlos
ulcur Susan MaIry Browne Sarah
Bruowno Cathorino Jane UIaker Goorgonnna
Butter Ituou 1 Baker Josoph T
Clarkl B I' Curry J F
Curry Jasior Uharlow James A
Clare )orrut Cornish Andrew
Ohristy Jamoes W Cash Otis
Ooralian Thoo. Curry William
Cornish Satorlo
Domorohos Joso Duan Harah
Slomoia um 1'
Fisher Charity Fields Walton
Flcat C Fanidor F. A. M. U.
Griffin John Griffin Benjamin Jmues
Hig Mrs. Amy Harris Moses
Harra Miss Laura Haynes Edward
Hull Elias
Johnson MJui Vonus Jonhoon Thomas
Koy Joseph D K ap Frank
Limoro Samuel LomottoJano tMies
Lasso John Lyons Goorge
Lightbourn Goorge
Mill* Mrs. Meadow OCharlotto
Martha Joseph M'r. Blain
IoKlinsie t harlotte Marks Dr.
MUuUihIu John A sMackolwil Willietal
ParrOam rmine3r I Elin
Plnder Marlia Pinder Bethia
1'inder Amy Pinder Mariah
Paredomo Milaoulla C J
Roberts Itohard Rohbots Daniol
Rusell Susan June. ItuRsollHltoborts
Roberts Rosannah Roberto J 11
@ands Tapnes Ellon Sanders Mro. Maria
shine H R. Sawyer Joseph Alonzo
Sawyer Priscilla Sonlag P
Sawyer William 11 Sanders John Thomias
Thompson Joseph G ',iadoeron Samuol
Thompson John lhompsaon John W W\V
Thompson Mary Ann
Wilkinson Williams Wooster L1 W
Williamu Uornolia Wan Miss 8

is hereby given that the following decrib-.
ed lands and buildings will be sold at Publio
Auction, on Monday, the 3rd day of Maroh,
1879. at the County Court Unusc, in the
County of Monroe, Oity of Key West, at
12 o'clock, M., or so much tlheruof as will
be necessary to pay tie amo unat of' taxes
duly assosAed ugaimist s ti'1 laild. and bwilid
ings, together with tie cost of sale mand
advertising ; and I shall continue the salo
front daiy to day, until uo munoh of each parcel
thereof shall bo sold to pay the taxes, costs
and o/earqcs thereon'
Isaac Li RIlaillou, lOIIse on Wlhilo S: l'orgeton'a
Lot Eeinin, stroett, Tracot :3, 1H706 ial 1877 $6.77
Felix IIarullit, Uutsn on Johln W\hit,' Lot aq.
01 lot 3 Dvitl st. 187(J tantl 1877 $8s,'
John Boltone IoIsI nn oe l W\i it, & 'Forgitson's lot
and Tract 3 I1llon Mt. 187(1-7 e4.34
iolhert 1i5itlhe, loose nn ,1 A l'itchor's lot
'rnat It l Dviuion's rt. 18hi' 1.7 L(; 22
!liclaird Ilurerll, Hl tuionso Loit, Traut 10
T'hoimncs t 1 70--7 8 .'12
William It. Cook. [lous ain I Lo,t, Tri'tt ld eq,
t, Lot 13 Julia st. I87HL7 010.4.5
'Oca)r Clitton,,q ~ltl m i on laarantr lora' ltot,
sq. 84, Let-S. I tlon st. 187(1-7 ,.4 '
Prirmue Days, l, i lasos.e tid Lot A s,2, I 4j t
Thoimas tt L7- bTpl.I . .
1'rimut Dtays, (6 Randr Lot sqn. 'l7,''l'h m-
as st. 1876-7 8943 40
rimnu Davs I Lot,I Ot l'; 3, ,Siwn n tmil ).
div. sq. 1, Lot 8 Thomas at. 1879U-7 5,.30O
John A. D)elancy, loneaeo and Lot, sq. 51, Loit-
Whitehead st. 1%70-7 elt.3.,
Itomio Dupont, Lot, Tract 4, sq. 2, Lot 4, )uval
at. 1870-7 9$3.26
Dupont & hackloford .3 Lots, -Tract 4, q. 6,
Lot 1 D)uvul at. IanJ illoy 1870Y 7 $18.01.
owls labrill, Lot, Tract 10, sq. 12, 1870 7,
rompiy G(itmn, pnrt Lot. 3, 'q. 'Trmct 4, lu.
val st. 8756-07 $'20.77
John 1). Grillon, llouso and Lot, eq. 23, Lot 4
Bamouton st. 1876.7 $48.93
Wolf IHayman, Lot, Tract 13, Weatson's rseb.
div. 1871-7 $4 64
Shldraeck alnnibal, Illo un iad Lot I, sq. 5,
Troat 10, 1876-6-7
Laura &Ioolnv, Lot andl Iuoauu, sq, 52, Lot 2,
Thomas st. 1876-7 2t.35
Laura llooley, Lot and Ilouso, sq. 62, Lot 4,
Emma st. 1870-7 106.e8
William King Lot and Hloueo, Track 4, sq. 6,
alloy 1870-7 l18,12
Fraielnco Lopos, HIou.o anil 21 Lots, Tact 10,
sq. 1, Divli,iu st. 1870-7, $17.21
Prank Lancoetor, iroueo on 'am il G uabraok's
Lot, 'ract 4 sq. 3 LOT 2, Alloy 1875.0.7 16.00.
John Lewis (tit,) houso and Lot Trnct 4 Centre
st. 18768.7 $95.6
John Mathows, HInsons aSaml. Gabriul's Lot
sq. 0 Lot 4 Alley 1876.7 94.98
David Mathws, house and LTot Tract 10 Julia
st., 1870-7 968,23
Joanna Mitcholl, 3 Itoasos and 2 Lots, sn. 62
Lot 2 Fleming at. 1875.6.7 $43.40
Elilah Morton, 3 Houses, Tract 4 sq 3 Lot 2
WL~Vhoead st., 1870.7 $ eG65
Elijah Morton 2 Lota Trao 10 sq. 2 Lots 4 and
6 Virginia st. 1878.7 (.by7
Wlliam RIgerb ioue on Vqo Pitor's Lot
T'0t 8 Anisls*, 17l-9,.79
.Ain jUepois9.4 56.4 M jili. Wasv.
Thomas Romer, Tot and building sq. 2S Lot 3
Whitehead st,. 1876.7 (26.08
Thomas Itomor, (Jun.) ,ot, Tract 10 Division
*t. and House on Maria Papinn'a Lot sq. 40 Lot 1
1876.7 $30.,4

Nancy tobets, Lot Tract 8, Diviaigo At, 1876-
7 ft.2,
John Sanders, House on Thoo. Pndor's L Ct sq.
t9 Lot 1. Carolino st 1175.60.7 &1'-09
John A..SHndrs, l ouse, on Bonj. D. Saudoers
Elt. sq. 2 fLot 3, alloy, 1876.7 98.34
Thomas and,,rs, House on Jor. Sandors Lot sq.
48 Lot 4 adoy. 1876-7 (4.,2
Jamos M. Sands, House and Lot Tract 10 Julia
it. 1875-0-7 22.80
(oorge H. Randers Uouse on Alonzad Baker's
Lot sq. Lot 2 loeig at. 18706 $.46,
Edward II. Sawyr Hoe ua and Lol sq. 20 Lot
Eaton at. 1870.7 $13.6)
Richard Henry Sawyor, (Jun.) Lot sq: &0 Lot 2
Southard at 1870.7. 0.28
lcpoa ,Sawyer, Hoses and Lot, sq. 56 Lot an4d
Tract 6. 1870.7 W37.18
Willian Sawyer (2nd) IlousB u4 Lot sq. it Lot
I Eatun it. 1878.7 #30,89
William Sawyor, (th) touas and Lot, sq. 6,
L.o 4 WlliIam t, 187i-0.7 10.09
[ololnon Scott, ITrlnu intd ,rot., Trct I tn. 6
Ulivia st. 1875r.-.7 #25,64

1]'tEt. Johuln :iittul:m n1 t itn t'lic 17 1l77 1.,(,l,)
Jiamne It. lShAcklo.oril, ouubu i d iuot 'l'act 4
Duavil t,, 1876-7 2Q0.01
Frank SL2taur, 2 lo uasl and Iot, sq. 268 Lt 4
Eaton at. 1876-0.7.' 602.Ul.
Enm\lc( S~hi\vr, Lot an4 3 UousIO, bq. 27 Lot 1
Eaton at. 1 l.(7 $ 0.5.,
J.stor sl iavr, louie ivi Lot sq. 03 ILt 3,
Tholuiadn t, H1875.6.7 14.36
John a Shivrsr, t loune ianid Lot Tract 4, 8< oi t J'
troti.m st. 18756.-(7 13.Z3
l/oIery Silhaver, Ile e a nd ILot w 40 oi t 2
EAtuna t. 1871.7 10,45.
otor SleorEsrhaw Iiusloit, a Lot ', 03 Lot3o
Bouthid st w 4 871Cn.761r at
York Sl4ticnor, Iloue and Lot eq. (30 Lot 3,
Thon at, t.187.7 820 13
Angola st. 1876.7 ,81.B6
Charloe s hRhw 'Ioum s on (Wton Whr Fhington'b
Lot sq. 62 Irot 187ally,7 187714.00
Elizabeth StTuwrtn Lot 'scont 4, Cntrown t 1876
7. #2.11

Eaton at. 187.7 8.415
Georgost I Thomp on, Lot s, 0n0, ILot 2 Wil-
liam sat, 1870.7 O 8.4
Charles H. 'rmoinpon House and tIot st 4lu ILot
4 Silonton i 1$76-H-7 2 .2 nd J
MJoarn ho atkin, t, o uat Lot Trct o 3 Ang'Lot
mt. 1762.0 87 -7 21.68
Mrs. LowiA G. Timoisn n Ith ourI o e Forg lan ou's
Lot sq. 27 rontlt 1870.7 12.018
Thomas Whitiompaor, loueaon ro w Lot ''ract',
t11 1876.7 #0.23
Eatl lB tilntl IlArst, Hluiei aind a Lot aq, 12 lit
I allu sit7(i-7 $11)85
Asa Agustu, Wotherford. Ilot sc ad Lot bii.
l7 Lot 2, Flloninl mt. 187 6-7 11O.6
Willlen II. Vautlidln, leoso aimd unIotL sq. 31,
Lot, 4 IFlomaing At. 18h7-7 14.68
Joseph Wittkins Ist, Houso on J. Luwo's Lot
sq, 32 lloy, 1l(876-7 .23
Jeliu t Ayuiitni Wunthl aid Iftulew and Lot Il,.
12 Lot 1, hlix;orol th t. 187 6.0-7 0.1
Goorage WiHltinigton, (1l, ) 2 lIHosoe, n nd 2 T olt
sq. l2 Solttl ard t. 18706 7 24.38
'Thoinit With nt:irh, I olti nnd Lot4, 'Trit e .
I'tionis tl. 147l6-7 15.21
Fol ceilc \W'l'ctoe, loo uacnd Lot Tralt 1, 1 liito.
hud st 1870i 7 12.08
Jamenos \Whltont, Lot and 2 ItIntsi, Is. 2 Lot a2
1870.7 3b6.2
8lophy' Wieillen Ifeeiwt cenl Lot sq. 40 olot 1,
Sally, 1 76.7 12Mj68
AIamrin te \VWiltoai, 2 Ioius anid ll. Lot, t R(I 40
'I'lHe me l ei, lese. i iow t A Lt 1,11. 4 |1'2, 1i'1ij113i
it, 197e-7 27.0:
Daniel Vilhlitae. loso utand m i l,ot sq.. 0, ot 1,
t0i3te0ttlhm'. 1870.7. 23.20
Itilk, Willieti/lm, Hou, Lua1d ILot TrLct 4, oDivieou
at. 1870-7 14.90
Suasin Willianm, Wilow sf L\fityBltt), Iluteu iidJ
LotT 'ntl Dsivimion at 187. .17 10.91
DcIid \'Vlirltelr,, Lroet anId so loua, oi. 40, Lot
1. ThomF1ia ,t.. 187-7 $R5.8 8
Davidl \Vh!hllon, 2 lIots HIti S Ile3ceasum, eq. 62,
Iot 2, l'loiiihige e t. 18 in ;7. $03 :18
htavii eltalt V in, lit l me i I't giso n G .64,1,ot 4,
AnKulik At. 1147 ;-7, 021.21.
]:avid Whlitltuim, Ituo. o s umne Iot, aq. 30, 177
D.Iail Wholltoio, lcln l wl tIlou soT'trat 3, P'e'tro-
nimlt. 1710-7, f,4.1
ohivi, iyhoetOlun, rai tnd otin lbuhos, 'mrat tin
Ju.l4 st. 1870-7 ir o
Qejtltry Vlimnhei ir,iH.lern .ns t aps l T,to, H>t.
16, lotb i and 4 ,t'tmii in %no t Whllatredet s, t Ios -
7, 12.4.0
The'8 nWil,' iiIas ir,. io h on If ly-Willminm',
i .it, lt. )1 I ol ;- 1 ' Sl t. n, ll llhime, mell
olt, (c i l 231, Lot c Siien l cii n t. 1870-0-7 t
intirgtru.l Willirumt ', lIiiiI' on Whitee i& o 'eil'el
i )n h lot, '' nie.l 3, I, l 7ain: t. I870-7, S.46
r lle, f l (Jf(l J J l1.,. ir l r II., "'1 I rO t T1'3 1 10,1' tls. .s(
VVIVIIIIItI' I, l7fl-11)1' 1 111111010 0H Ifill-'l"A LiOtt c'ract 4 lDuval
at. 1876.7 lSiA.
.Tuian CIell n-I, lule. Icl lolrs lt cn i )br4 i IIt '
HJl e I toce |llt',,m il'z itI',ct Ir, ,c, 13. I

otat,' 'in)e .r, lW hFitctd t13 1 1 78, #01t1 4lo 1 l
1 11.'7, 14rN)

rltel1 t I e r (Js, ,Ie' ", e n I.

81liot 1t 7 lcl ia 1 1 47).4e
eloutt oil i. Il163,7. 5.2.1

F8e.'lix l o ultldlt Iloec, lCe c(I t I edlt ietu 't' L i. 'irlot e'ma

John Iily. leItl'er s, ItIfle 't IlI I..,Ct as t49 Lt, t 2, I'lutowll .
llt. ey IM76.7 1I 41.j
Wri llt. 1M. 0" 7 e7.e,,
8 (Ivanus t "lderiHetie'atdeet t liftse. 23 W I alley 1876'

Jint. N t ci Vd Imtler(o R), e dnlle e,I o L I ul t l aWley.
Johnt l li 1t ,l t ei e 1, l 1nt ti.- f 'li,| 'lir, L el i.1 7 m 4U .2(

AIton1 o 5 c lla e ,e loe'n on J. .haot'a ltt,
sq. (.3, 1ot 3, 15 7 -7, t0l .
nimiol Vcertlllm, Ioltecdo 3 e [ouIios on(L Uii-
d'ilphi,'t \Villid nie y nd l,'etnril3s's ltgt, Iy,70,
16 40
M[niIl (1r.rtrlo,) l)utgmlro 2 HIousRO on tanrJS|
pho snd Olmle ini', l et, 1877, 5.'i,
Igntci U.'rrataes, hlouso on J.I ,hi vil 'sok'si lot,
Track 0 Wbjtj))oiid st. 1870(.7 ,L2.60
Hirciniol Ctrbonay, Ioucs on l'nol Seoabrook'n
ot,pTh ct 4, Whituhoi u st. 1870.7 12.61
gViotorncnt Domrr, house oa lotor Kai lt's
'ltrlel4, ljt 4t Aglnld t. ,187e7 it.7 .
Vlotoroancu Duliniur, hoitu en yhintllesr 1Cl(>t's
sq..60, 2.20
Jose Carbonoro, hmneo on otean Dpulutc's lot,
Tract 4, alloy, 1870-7 0.23

Hieronim IPeros, house and lot, Tract 13, Wtit-
son at. 170-7O, U.90
Charlos McfDopntl, hoiro nn White & Firguson
lot, sq. 2n, Lot I, alley, '44lopasa st. 1876-8-7 '.p3
John Henry sargoot, house op Unruh Bowler's
lot, eq. 52, iot 2, 1876-0, 8.40
John Itlonry ,anrge,,tc, house on W. & FoimgspJi
lot, T'rqtl 3, 1877, Ellon at. .00
Collector Reovnute
Monroo County.
Key Wetst Jmay., OLth a879.
Ogg Other list in AKey of Ite GUdlf."
The Pensapola Advance e aly; "Mr.
Conover's merits Are proibaly not so pre-
omeJn.apLly dlalinK as to justify his appoint'
mout as Pensacola's Cullector, hUt they ate
is now to a foreign o aon sluhip as o thi hing
equal worked alid wao believe that if hir
reward should ILssauim that liaape, it wonlli
meet with tie ap|,prlueiijio o' o thel great naui
jorjly of Fluridinia, iirresnpetutve ,f party."
Arlid \ac saiy su tot.

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Ordesm solicied, and filld with cavw,
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with uir, for above class of goods, which we
,imak n speciality of, paying partioulsr at.
ition to quality, and packing,
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TauLm )i 1869. 1T w tfi
A, LA EY ttor i U diversity of Vofn sUnl ,
51W, .MAIME1i1i LAW LEIc' REI l (,lin.
0 W$0eVpnl 38frtN 144161 #1 ,1l, 1). 0. weekly), gi ,ni I tt11 ,I'y, 187, end end 11th Sepr
StlVeniLorSp timber. Hitvd proved of signal usr,--tt, to sat.
We procurn patent in all conntrieo. Nc, AT' deonts whol design to puruuu their st idiosut this ou
Touna pKisein i Av.NP.. No Uhargep unless theeother L iw-nchool; 2d,tothose who pIopous to
patent s gs nted. No (s for mInkihg prouiminary read. priyntely; and brd, to praotitloners who have
examination. No additional fes for obtaining not had thQe dvantage o systemat t instruotlon,
and conducting a rehearing, bpeidal attention Per circular apply' (p, O. Univorify of Vs.) to
given to interference Caes before the Patont Offieo JOHNr I. Mltwo, Prof. Corn. and Stat.'Law.
fttensinns before Congress, Infringement suits -- -- --
in different States, and al litigation appertaining
to Inventions or Patents. SUan iorAmP rou
Ualted Stttesn Courts and Depart.
Claims prosecuted in the Supreme Court of the
United State. Court of Olaims, Court of Commis. U E i I I I .8
loners of Allama Claims, Soulhern cl.rms Com- o
mission, and all lasunes of war claims before the
Executive Depa:rtmnnts. Da.n CHAND4EBB, FB.S.A.
Arresrs, oft rPy and Bo.nly. ...
orro i, so 8,mn01.,ul, and SAILias of tho late' war LOa S f t"s$I b blrftlow
or their hoei, are in many cass entitled to money {E i *o..
from the Government, of which they havo no Aft .V uivt moetefioas
knowledge. Write full history of service, and s o d 01W # rt aa V.oot I"
state amount of pty and bounty recoivdl, En- t t nlppieset Sorea tmnto thoo.u-
olose stamp, and a full roply, after examination 5a of r I.,0s6, Ok5(.Uf,4. X.p.
will be given you without chnrgso. f eg, W{||P,4, s enedso't1.. p1o.
SPenltllOsl. oeovI0ora 4 pord tho ne Ve o f whieht
AllOFTiCRImS, Otl,pEsI ruptured, or rI iroed in the late war, howevor ,fts crit al, dithel tee l f tfe O
slight, arean cnld to, iand can obtain a .peilon. ee as i o et
U1nltqd tlItoasueoorail Land Sbice. rpem r*l
.Contested Land Cnasw, Privw Ite1und Claimsam, ;'%a a<&t
tMfinig proumptlin. and Ilomotnnd CosCnr, prosseu 'A. r
tod before the 4onoral Land 0lMBeo and Dopnrt-
mont of the in*lrior. T NDER
Land Warrnni. TiE WTNHIERFl
We pay nash for Bounty Land Warrants, and
,w invite correspondoneo with ial Imarti having E* lPTIAN BLOOD FI rLA
arn for sale and givo full and explicit instructions HBAIAL "
whore asin uments oroe imperfect. a
We conduct our bisinca in wporato narceaust P d 3A MO
having therein the oloriacl assistancr e of ofP, Oa, i oMaar,.. .
able and oxporiencod lawyrsn, and give our closest es M*b,.n not*so w esI s'9,#0r
personal suporvilonn to every intpoitnt ple"-' -prio- r e to c .W#sIsIiS4oPa~Ol^.
pared in oacnheat so. Pronptost attention so.- si eqs ( lq of the .bleoed. s i r1
cured to all bulsineo ontrl tod us. Address dlont ore ,n 0 ,ss ta..
RI S, & A, P litlo', Atlorse)y'a. t$..i aewtted e rot
WASHINUTON I). C. I tlt Motaq ofdeep .51w (44 i* -
Any person desiring information as to tho stand. 1't 4#, l n s WS dfooofst 'lsle
ing and rosponsiblilty of tho members of the firm t 1 te. 0.- .-
will, on.roqmeost tW furnished with a satisfactory aes af t 0' i11tJw9
referonco in his vioinlty or Congrelsional district. re ltmsl 0 1 S



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Rates to and from New York 1 cent aii.
ounce for pnokanos loss than 4 lHs. Sam.,
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in Philadelphlai 402, N, 4th 8t (QORV.L &
proprietor BALL'S EXPRESS
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A Live Uiorlis ]Bi lly.

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The Oheapest Dgily in tko South,
Tua 8IN AwD PUars is the only morning papor
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the Assooiated Press dislpathes. It contain all
the stato and city news, the world's market report.
ed by telegraph, a vaieoty of Interoesting seloctod
articles, editorials ion courramnt topics,'and is i.
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and filled with interesting reading matter. It Il
by far the cheapest newspaper published in the
sBtato. Only 2,o pur y.nnr. Addeos
Jacksonvillo Florida
AT A is wanted in every
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applicants whlto nape the territory they de.
sire to canvms. Address agency ])eprt.-
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Cirolatleo bhas lt0atmed to 1100 and
It is pMreervod n a model Iallm y Jour.
mal ; and is most popular among the wealthy
Mruslingum Farmso, not fl, advrtisers who thruugb its columns are otaLb.
llsbing agreewla bulunes relations with the for.
mor. Iti, published fostnlghtly on Iatutas In
Duusns, Onto. a driving town.
Advertising rates mitde known o; appIcation.
Ooale or exohungo of property in nltrU for pro.
perty In Ohio am bo baedotd through Its advortis-
ing op rmetant.
S'nXuaMes Our
.amraish. oa li.rp
me Infllbl
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deiedoI.tiv~ade 6;61; 1 o awo

am te fit 01Weas
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S~&~74eaSthe owssd ssS m i

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wveore the l3e0819t P weasto rels10
*111tw s wlesbdllty qi 9 1 evmr s al
vfemw pur~bytAe~ia v47omryto~u
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#~ead-t a pet 11 ate (ace*
4xpxs also?
&hwte tocsl

mactste(Is v. lI It t56
= the fmoiva, easy opeado-
set ai ooidatl s.,
mlla Use1...a a a dwe e
great MIMII)(cncH, n
feast. th ya*~rltoa ltml 4a~oosot4 math

vento Oe p peo p Iw ow

xor Uses food 9TVni~rdweethi m

streJa~sbapsale.?rhd bf
"t votarost theyp oj

tl ftwsv, lrtwJTIk Oite,

uOamblnos every Improvement knlmo. t Sen
stamp for circular Addreo, D NIEL F
UIEATTY. Washlnlgton, New Jorsey


ANQtVINCRU to his oustomers and oitisens of Key West, that lie is receiving by
ev v steamer hrm NO Yrk lrg aIssrtment of

Gent's Furnlsning Gods,

Boots, Shoes, Hate, Cape, &e.

A L 0 0
A, Argo and'handsome assortment of Gent's faults(, ,Pfry e Ceds
4e., e.. will be opened next week at very low prices-plaing them" within
'the reah o all. Call and examine our took.
Key Wtf, Mlay 1lth, 1878. [Itt.




OOICE and WARBNO0M,. Front Street, Key West Pla.
53 Personal Attention Given to Bales. [apl.'78.

"ltw C. UlL XiC9JiI'Im
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ob Ice Mov


Regiter ii Bankruptoy,
Southern Distrlrt


Key West. Nov 1 1.875. 1 ivr



Sign and Ship PAINTLR,

All work dne at the most reasonable prices, in fact,Onnon can werk cheaper
than I can, i' the quantity and quality of the work is taken imto oousidrat;on..

Plault Ilsop on iuonaton street, ner the bic k ware house.
Ju10e 1.7. ly. i

"A. A EO' L "1


ory Coods, Clothing. Shoes, Hats, !eurnishuig eedsa
PROVISIONS o., &o., &o.
My s tcck Is ahlwi)s very complete, weekly replenished with New G oods oarully
seleetetl, iturlohas'l for Oah by an' experlented buyer in New York. With fese
atdvatagcs and fawilities I aft prepaoito sel at the lowest possible prices.
Choice Family Grooeries a slwolalty.
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All work done withL dl4spate,. batle
fetloen giurtateed.
.Ie 14.'78.
D IVOICE, In any Bstate'"wthout publltity
Mend stamp fr the law. BL. ains. Chicago.

his constantly on hand a full stlpply of


Dia~. GOODS sad
Dealm also in FIXOUR, both at whole-
sale ant retail, and hise took ooltains the
choicest brains iu the matet.
Oakel and t Pel freh obrey day.
r WeddingC takes a speeoality.
Orders soliited and promptly filled.
$.8 .tf.

has just r.raivivoda th.ddsoome stock of
L4TA)ES 8(Jl'TS complete, of tb iery
latest atyle. 8 omPtLhing eie r bolmre seen
lu K .y Weat.' Call a iod foroursilve.
j6 A splendid opportunity for ientid-
men to give their wives a handsome Ohrllt*
mwa present,

0r Orders from abroad promptly filled from
my own ftatory.

VlBR Y ODPY should send SIX a to..for
menaopofour w large monthly paper
TE WSTeRN 0AIKET. (8 te, e ol.
only One Dollar per year. Immaene c ubs PRE,
MIUM LLST and great inducement to agents,
Addieu BARB1Ot1L & OOKR ypublibhor West.
torn C askt Cape GOirdeau lo.

DrY'000ds,o otions,

BEG to infom his numerous friends nnd
ousome=s that he has on hand, and la oon.
sta y reeiavina per every boat large
ad well seleeted stocks In the
above lne, which he offre rsat
the lowest Simre atbii
stand comer of
Pval a MWr 01v s tefete,
W Polite and quink attention to oue

lIV W *ALI can bo made this
S 0ALth iwisell my Hose and
Lot er 1,100,--Built 4 year ago
' eeoeded ~,7|O.
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A.1 F. TIFT.

Key West, Pla.
Gulf or West Indiles.
SHASH tire Prodf Warehousos
WharvMs for acccommodatlon of the largest
olasi Ships. Coal, Water, Ioo and
othor supplies for Steamers.

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Habberton, Howard, itblsnon, Do Forest, Bo.
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