Group Title: Key West dispatch (Key West, Fla.)
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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: March 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).
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00048588
Volume ID: VID00003
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 NO 24. KEY WEST FLA., MARCH 22, 79. PRICE 10 OT



Saturday Afternoon,
Office corner of Wall and Duval street.
Terms of Subscription. $8 a Year.

Invariably ip Advance.

Editor snd Publisher.

Rates of Official and Legal Advertisements,
$1,00 por Square.
J;W' Common rates as follows
Ono squaro one insertion...... ..... ... .. 00
Onn squiIre one month.................. 60
Other rats for official, legall and business adver.
tisig piroportlonately low.


Governor--Goo. '. Drow.
Idut. Uov.-N. A. hull.
(':;t iiltrollor-Columbu l)Drnw
'I',reisiror-'Wialtor (0w) nn.
A djiitrit (uh'l.--Tohn Varnum.
A.turirny .ienoeral-- P. Itsu)oy.
Sii'ty. of Salto--\. D. Bloxhlun.
i n.l.r I ntd. 1'iibl)i' [Ilqt".t io l.-- \ P. Haisloy.
t'I,,nltlit :i(iitiu of l'a ds andi Inmigration-
11 A. t Crley.

JUpIoIAI, I)nr.m.lTM, NT.
s, H s, I tlIS'i ct COUItrT.
Jt.',l..'--,11 10(Hl )W fIl'" el .
lit Ao t nrii"y-i'1, Biw,. 1;ittormon.
Ai:i hi;i l--Jiii l4U (1. ,lon S.

(,,ll,,etor ,f Citom,, s-'. N V iIP O.- .
l'0),t. M;st".r--.. 1. ltruwvno.
aw'I. I1W Ijstr-N. V'. English
I',:;;y. Cut. itt. lov.-Jolin Jt y P'hllbrick,
eTAT''; SL')'I1;MI' OOU11T.
Il';. Mr 11, i ,l;u>:ll- Chiulr Jtitlcn, ,
t1). V s,','It, ,'. Asocinto Jitetice
1.11. \nil Vlutiriulug.
s1"rrnl:;ItN JUIlI lil. (IItOlrT.
Jud nl--Il. fI, 2itchell,
huliuitor--S.. 2. Slam Jrisl;.ii
las1nor, ca.sTr..
Jud3 e of County Coiurt-C. S. Baron.
,Clork Circuit oliurt--John hitchur.
lihoritl'- l hicaid (Jurry.
Cnontl.y 'I'ro;tLurer.-Willinam Curry.
(Corolur-- ...... ......
lSurvo)or--,aIi' Brown
Tax Assmerior- Go- o. D. Allen.
tix Coll'~tor-l


Y'llliinm Cairry, Whlolonale and IRtail Dealerin Oro.
oe les, Provislons, Ilardware, Shlpchandolry, Front
OG A RTY aidJOllN rON, Dialerran Bhlpchandelry,
luroccrlos, and l'rovltlonr, Front Street.
rIERCE a WiRTHuEIMELR, Denlers In first elass Fan
Sy Goond,ClotlinV, Ilot,, Slhori, Ladlee and Gonts' sup.
piles lci.. ro. monton St. near footof Front St.
F. McyULTY. Importer of and Dealer In Fine Wines,
LIquors of all kinds and host Key VWet Havana Cigars,
Corner of Front and Duval itreots.
A F. TIft, Oommllolou Mecrohnute, foot of Fils.
patrick Street.
E 0. Locke, Attorney at Law and U. S. Commissioner
onleo at U. 8. Court Rooms
W 0. Maloney, Jr., Attornoy at Law and Solloltor In
'hasery, Office, over the luma Butdtindg....
illinsm A &Watrren, Undertakers, end furniture
dealers, corner of Oharles and Duval Street s
J. T. ATKINS, Palnter, shop on Floming-street, near the
W. A. Cash. Dealer In Dry Goods, Orooorle,
ankoe Notions, Fancy Article, heo,, Front Street.
J. J. DELANTY, banler tn Clothing, Fancy Qood9,
Corner of Front and Fitzpatrlok Street.
J. W. SAWYER, Wholesale & Iotall pry qoeds
0I6thing, Gontlomen's Furnishing Goods, ho,, Oomao
politun Building, Front atreet
Foot of Iront Streeut.
JOHN JAY PHILBRICK, pfomiasilon Ierchant,
Foot of Duval Street.
Je .Weatherrord, Dealor In Clothing, Fanoy
Goode Perftisuurv, ho., Front Street.
jncob Itlsn, Boot & hoe Maker Front Street, and
-a f l supply of Ladies Kens aud Childrens Boots and
shoee on Duaval Street,

II MND |U' i | Pin CU M I | f t,-s ,
ExlterDa. m B-- __.
BIlndPlle r It has cured I eAaeot
90 years sn aodlng, aund Wll
;on. Price c otsa. or a tilp
$lforr4o ai rpkg.Sent S
to y address on receipt of monse nsoa1l or
oemwso L. B. H A MReIO, P.O. o e0, Monr
towa, Bs. awrnal Co.. I at of seW Tork.


Works: Cirisatianr, Lancaster Co,, Pa.
Ofice: 2! 3 S. Beaver Si., York Pa.

R. A. M.
Island Chapter No. 1i B A. ..
Meets every second and fourh Wednesday
evenings of each month at the Mauon0o
Hall at 71 o'clock.
Practice Meetings every Friday even.
ing at the same pleia and hour.
Visiting ompaais alre cordially invited
to attend.
oGO.B. va gPz,
Key West, Jt. '78. tf

St. Miohael's Lodge,
No. 180, G. I'. O. F.
Meets at their Lodge room Thomas street
every second and fourth: Mondayq, and
every second and fourth Fridays of each
month at 7 j p. m.
Key WestFla.,1Jan.42O 1877. [1 y.

IJOS L U 11 lODUll I0. I, 0. I. P.
MEETS at their Lodge Roon on So athard St.,
betwoonlWhiteoaa and Thoma' Ste., on the let
and 3rd Monday of each Month

W. Ce MALONEY. Jun.,

mTT1IY iT LifI
Solicitor in Chancery,

$r Will practice in the IT. S. and State Courts.
6-46 Lp

Go Will attend to all niconsipnlo s entruqtod
to his care with colority and dispatch. Personal
attention to sales.
UIy-7-1 __
WA NTE BR OF active oer.
gctio canvassers to ongago na a pleasant an4 pro-
fltiblo businour. Good mon will flal this a rare
chance to mako money. Such will ploso e answer
this advertisomont by letter, enclosing stamp for
reply, stating what business they have been on.
gngd in. None but thofe who moan business
nood apply. Address
ILET~Vl AIIRVaY & Co., Atltntn, Oa.

GI 1 Oreat chance to make money. If you can't
1111 6geot sold you can get greenbacks. Wenacd a
In|| I||| peremot In every town to take suberiltioes for
UU lP tbe largest, cheapest and bsIt Illu"fratd fa-
mily publication In the world. Any one can become suc-
osefil agent, The moet elegant works of art given free
to subaorlbors, The prico is eo low that almost everybody
subscribee. One agent reports making over $110 in a week
A lady agent reports taking over 00 subscribers In ten
daye. AI who enage& make money fast. You can devote
all your tme to the business, o only your spare time.
You need not be away from home ovet night. You wan do
It a well o others. Full partlculare, directi,ns and term
free. Elegant and expeonsve Outit frie. If you want pro
fltable wor k end u your address atone. It costs no-
ting to try the buness. No one who eolgage falls to
make great pay. Asddrss The l'People' Journal,"
Portland, Maino,

Advertlilnuf Agent,
180 W. Fourth t cI0 NNATI, 0.,
Are authqrlsod to receive advertisements for this
ppr, Estimates furnished free upon applostion
Sl Bond two stamps for our AdvertlenrsManual

Sale or Lease.
with about 850 Aores of Land.
Apply tq
August 8th, 1877.



I uoRs;,
Corner Front nd Duval Streets,
1w The best I key West Havana Cigars con*
stantly on had
W Pcl te an4 strict attention to patron a per.
foet. psprlty y
u plrders for luer o., at retail pries prompt.
Ittlondod to. "
A choice assrttmont of real Orfer Wood
and other FItncy PIpen-al*a supply of the
test plus nnd fine cut smoking tobacco.
I Feb.]


lRNT STAM T-- sT D=ooab, al.
TIE undersigned has ohand, and is oonstantlyr Tork, all the
latest styles of Ready.mude .


.. A da AFSsYOROrTMaNTOP ...

Gents Furnishing Goods.
A guarantee given for all Goods sold to be just;as represent.J, and a Tailor (Mr.
Holmes) kept for the purpose of making all alteration necessary for a first-olass fit.
Call and see for yourselves.

Key West. Feb. ,tf.



At the olfi stand of J. F. PACK.n, are now prepared to offer to their
patrons and the pithlio, a FRESH AND WELL

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*ePa, .. 0 c.
'' FISING 'IIN S or ill Klsidm1l tsnA4 szl s tib r I assuik's Use.
All of which will be sold LOW for CASH.
apl.26-78t -y *

Line of First Class

*l 01t 11i1,

4L. 71

New York, Key We4
a-lvestoni2 fiteatxLm islalpse ,
Carrying the United States Mails,
COAl, WVATkE IB d&., &o,, Supplied on boarJ Vessels and Steamer
at the lowest possible ritts.
may 1.-'78-ly.

't. ego aroHCV3(ri OW

tixval Setreet, lK.eer.PWemt W'La.
Ha reeoIved by the' last steamer from New York; a ue addition to hi~ took
suoh as: .
Drugs, ediolnes Patem edlones,

o. 9 0 ... No .
This being the ?.tgest establilhmbent of its kiL 4 1 the 'city; everything usually
kept In a firt class Prug Store, will be found there.
Phy ls anu Prestiription acouratoly compounded. at All hours.
spl. 1878 ly __ ____________

Visit the Great Opening
New York Clothing Store

Front street Ley West, <'la-
Q. G. WATSON, J. H. COLnMAN M.y-l:'78.1y

THS AlnR 13 01 111.3 WWO

!t I. theapertt an irore ther thento th
fm ,Z an ~ sfll hn n
WOO r tefollowlug *,U IlD in flo
twila 1C A4to: 01ft:1

bfre"Sl's eaudoometlr Win C: ureUO
wbil:e ?Orr Romclear cut typI, taif
:r biaevioAn. d
I I ft a with lltlcandoae and
fur t on whtanto IS Psseinj i an it dij.
ctes nIo lns wlivqt c' tvJU 401 iut 5.
wea1he uterest of t,,e rodeO ng classes.
ItosIn nomeoswessumlO
tOtrecl In Its esnow 0rDOpiicl, 4mGcA
ra with the saute r eelo p ,er an ,.reto
s a iWsre Ailinrgl I s t thllnl ws
mNeuT1i~ri"ly thqI"I
it I p to kefor r~quts

IVAets~d t as toa
oeTJcato c &cer Iaedw slh~eeo maw

15 he g soa ennodt a gtwe o r to t
PiteIte Iitnsrictul olr poturosuchlers
w'jr~ucstj to 11u rev-
re, anltr llilrpttecla1~ts the eer.

1 C lbc le, a
MAeVw~r tiaweae yrf
ereletno'erni f uma 5
14poIe Cal

ilibsul I r I PA i ~seen o f
0-fone to ou ".1%
the ota.
oktrpCdrlr 'date 'e "w.
SP, IlS Usr FO[$51190 AL155TION.
990 WAL14UT 5?.. INV0(5W TI. 0.

If you wish to arow Vegtablee for Ile
Gab&enn gfor Profit!
If yonwish to beomeaosommerodla Florist,
Practical Floriculture
It you WiL den Amjemeat or
Gardening for Pleasure!
AM a
Peter Henderson.
Price 1.650 each, poet-paid, by mall.
Oag,0ombined Ctaloge for Is of

Sent Free to all AppilOantse
Otrlarno nIlutratod Oatalogues of 3Tlo d
and PlananborIng 17s page and con.
talIng ae lond plate sent wtbntt care
Moae _cMe of y of the above three
book. eat to all other on rocelpto

86 ortlandt Street,




e* A Complete Piotorial History of I
the Tilnes.,-" The best, lcteapest,
and most succufultul Fnallly
Paper In tie Union."

Harper's Weekly, .
Notice of the Piess
The Ieekly fs thn ablost nnd most powerful
illustrated periodical published in this country. I t
editorials are scholarly nnd convincing, aid carry
much weight. It illurtrattone of current events
aro full and fresh, and are prepared by our best
doslgners.-L.ouivill Courier-Journal,
Harper' t Weekly should be in every family
throughout the laiid, is a purer, more intorotillg,
htigher.toao, better lllitrated paper is not pub-
ls ed in this or any othor )ountry.-Comirreial
Bulleti. Boston.
The 'Weekly is thu only Illustrated paper of the
day that in its ossenoutial chrartoristifc is rocog.
nizod as a national pupcr.--l rookly. Eangk.

Postage tree to lil lubscrlbers ln the
United Slttes.
IAItiPnl's WNv t.vY, on f year....... ... 4 00
(4 00 includes propaymont of U S. postago by
the publishers.
ebseriptions to HiAtrli.a's 3Io.terNa, Wt1tlr.v,
ant raIat to one adde'rf for our year, #10 00; o,
Itee of Harper's Periodiical, to one addcrse for onle
year, $7 00 ; ywtgsec fre.
At Extra Copy of either tfe MAOAZINr, WnxI.Tv,
or IAriA wilt be seippliednl ralis far, -' .ry flb of
ftiv 8lusscnisp.ns at 14 00 eapA, paid for, bJy aiI r.
miUataee ; sor, Sir Copies one pCear, tillt estMa copy,
for 30 0 0.
Back Z'umnbrs can be supplied at any timio.
The Voliunn of the WFr/,ly coPainionie witth te
yeitr. When no them it montioned, it will bo uii-
deretood thut thu subscrielr wishui-to contieincc
,with the Nuenelur n:et afltr the niooept of lia or-
The Annual Volumnn of hAIIAPr*Cu WRPer.r, ii
neat cloth binding, will bo sent by exproas, froo of
oTponso, provided tho freight does not exceed one
dollar, for $7 00 coach. 4A eomnplee Ael, .ronmipriing
2'w,,.nty.oi I'oltume,. sent on recoipt, of cr'h at the
rate of 5 25 M \s.., ffdolgt .a xpensc of pucr-
Cloth Ciisoe or eoch volume, snitablo fo: bird-
ng, will.bhe r.. by mail, postpaid, on rocipt uci
(1 00 nt-|. ,
Indexoe to each volume sent gratiae n ioceipt. o
Subscriptions received for Harper'n Peoiodicals
Anrewpaperr ae not to oopy tis arerdtisemnet ceith-
su Ie ch express rder, of llAapI.a & lotTH RtHs.
Address HHARBII t IIUOTHElS New Y-',':

T ITI THE OPM) I i 0 1 ', of Anotl0or pulilcal
t uunmpigrti alid i Suainobi isn o wU, tvo douliiu
prOtont the cliimili of tho
i tho plitronagu'of the public.
'Tio featuu tht hav ronlc the Morning
'ows so Poin itr will b .nimnitained, and tho
Implo ftaoitie', of the otItblialhmonlt dovotod to
ieking it, if porisiblio aill moro worthy olitho
mftldenco anti patronage of the people of Cotorgia
id Florida.
The editorial dr-prteliont will li coanduotd, aa
eretofore, will digniflod modurnlion, but tit the
mle timp witl vigorous arnd oarlic.t dovotiun to
he intorsta of outr action, and to the prlneiplos,
f the National l)toucrati o Petrty. !ts itato
general rind T'l'o glcErhi nows dopurltmontsunotd
lt Local limnl C i1niiu'ciiil col, mns will bu kept
p to thoir oll hltndot(l of cottr piuit ilun RnId rlinit
eblity and improved onts ii oidi w horjvor they lciy
uggost Illonclve,. n i a word, tho 2mlUINIJNt+
NEWS will conpriso ocv'ry feoatutrt thliit riulIcri
he nowspulpir ot to diy |ittrlcstlir, nid sitl pitrtcn
may oondliontly liok to it jiingos for tlo latout illn
formation in rorarl to current ovnet.. Yielding
o no rinvaly iI its owl ploper ioldl, it w.l ullow
n0 oom coititior to outstrip it in journ:ii tic entcr.
Besides tho well know
We publish a mumilutl)) oight.]nli e,
the largest lipor in the Souhorn Stater. This
ipper oontinlc iit careful jominlation t the general
news froi tho dilly istlua of the wouk, Telograph-
ei Dispatlhos mati Aluarkot lteporit, earofullv uditod
Agricultural nt d MAlittlry Doparttnont, with choice
Literary ntd Alisoollnnoous roelding inlnd ti a dis-
tinct fultuiru
written rx ilruoly for its ilmgos1 ty popular authors;
thus clithtitutiing it a coinlprhlnso onlortilining
and in.trucliv litvo ily nt w.0ppIor.
We aleo lit'lle t lively Sunday paper.
whioh 'ontiH ,s thio Local and 'olcgri, hic nows of
Saturday night.
ShuimcI.To .. (l'ItTpAIi)
Daily, nix mothIs 8 (10 twulvo iuntlhs, 10 00.
Tri-wcr'.ly, si, motllIts, $3 00 twolve months, $0 00
The \ooekly, six nionths, $1 00 twelve months,
2 0o,0.
Sunday | I'el0tgram, six months, $1 0 twolvo
moonthi. $2 50.
Moiniy ai ba eeott to w) iddross, l, rngiltered
letter, at I'. .prdor Pt MV; IN,
8 Whitakor Str., uvaiunnah Ga'

n takton loomoe on I rval Street ovei 1':
Rbhio's J)rug store and is prepared 't ..
soulniodilto t4l persons requiring hkis
Cornolu Leotmore occupy an adj'; i
apaertent AIs Photogruipller and ia ,p
ed to give attention in hisa 1 e of bi
Doc.20 '

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New Advertiseni siiT~
......- r--t

we will insort a sevon-lno advertisomnent ono wook
n,1. li14 of a1) weekly newsputprs, or four lieRo in
a duii-ent list of 33 papers or ton linoo two wookl
in a ahoico ofoillfcr of four soparato nd d itinUt
listm contaiitl fiorn 70 to 100 papers, (muili, or four
lines one week in all four of theo mtilhl Jsto,.or one
line ono wck in all six li t combitid, bojng more
thu 1,000 papers, wVe also herou little o apors
by Stptdei troughout the Uited4 States and Cant-
d, ro. tr 10 Nts for our 100 pae pamphlet.
Addi ou P. ROWPLL AL UO. Now.
y P4Ab*IIlSIBtiOXtM L rugo Now
4 p* ATl ae r 0v. 1 0=0
P m- you will snd. the img e oi'k hnl
dosetn Ahh. pDr d anpu In~rltlel YOu would nd-
vorllio NJIU'r IOW f r 0%lMdM dltory lI druce.
mount is made, we will submit a proposetiori by re-
turn iitil, which we think will pleas you. Money
saiivdl is m,,no ,i'reie,. 8<'nd copy o' iadvcrtliuotiont
you will no a id ulato in wint ipapor you imtw this.

An fl'octieil and permanent cuo for Piiplep,
iolotcho, Scil: ly options, Blaclk-honlds, ot. It
ncteslirectly ori ltio blood oiiriching that tlitd anl
prodtuciiig i cliir iiil brilliant coinploxion. (hro
g'uilatrliil.J, ;iv:i ;tan trinl and bo convinced
ull 11trnh iniiil | lid li nt tio take. I' ico 1 per pack.
ango Full (lirrctionsa rconmpmany mich pacago.
Sant. prt-pitid ont recelpt of price. Dr. W.i Mt,.
LAI,, 11111011i AS.hiltand, BoIUylkill Co., Pa.
A7 A V. to Agents.canvRasinif thor the 'iore-
7 (ldti VlIlt.tir. 'Tfrmis iid Outfit F'rn.
Ai\lro, 1'. ii. VICKIlI i Auvguata, Mhino
$ it 11 iiill and oxponftiiR giniinteiod to

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C:.'1 ,'. IAUlKI'; ,
Editor Itie l Pnllliber
S,\TUlll)A. MAHlR 22, 1879,
091Ocil Organ for Monroe County.%
Tnr Madrid Inpartial publishes a r itt
that Gon. llanco will become Goverror of
News front Madrid warrantA us in sky'
ing that It is nleioovd Canoae U o) iastillo
will form a ntw cabinet wi~h Martinez Ca&~-
pou as Ministor of War fB the Colonioe.
AnDloUas aHy Ron i and D.ubliq agree
in stating that the Poapo i still undecided
in the matter of appointing, a enccessor to
the lIte C. rdinal Cudlrn. The choice lies
btwen thie emoat stov. Patrick Y. Moran,
Bishop of 0; mor1, uan( the most Re9v IDr.
Trt PrI.os lot'i message convening the
present Co gros mars the foulings of re-
lief thatt tl in country was to be spared the
infliction d I Democratic action till next win-
ter. The tals and swindles which appear-
ed in t k ton days procoding the
4th of M Avjf and which tho lobby try to
inject int fu.4o appropriation bills wore so
enorniou a :.+ so patent that it is diflicul
to refr t'a from wishing that Congress
hadl not. :L'~coaono for years to come even
presume ijg the imipos.ibility that democrat-
ic supitxiu cy in matters of legislation does
not sic mg.rilj mean most serious injury
of all cai: best National interests.

Wa..'1a. frequently had 9scarsion to cal
the aAat;ion of our readers to the superior
merita.of the SAVANoUn Wsx5KLYt News
Mr. Eiji tbo publisher, is still adding to
its aUntrltios and enlarging the sphere o
its uamiilnoss, until now, both in literary
mur.ttapd as a complete family uowspaper
it start p in the front rank with the bes
weodly publications in the United States
and i in truth au hpoUy to Southern jotr,

"Ua4. aM Jd JPrr ewouldJ lik 4 S q, be
.known and understooP tlat that joura
bskwl a much to dp, with the success of the
pmeagi of the iHtcigration bill as any o
tr* friPdi i thb ftSente oy AsAenbly
jty-r t.< j oaqgh and Pr. Harriss of thoe eL
gh al toglethur withh lov. Drew aqn
and bip gbiiet did good work towards it
'but we believe our contemporary is right
Joag lifo the Colonel.

Mr. Curry's Removal.
We re.gra~ .o lo r by the Saturdays
mail that Mr. Richard Curry has been rt-
moTed from, the ofico of Sherif of this
coaty by his excellonoy the Governor.
We consider that the actions of the Gov.
arn~y towards Mr. Cqrry has been unwar
TraBted; and the manner in which he was
irne yed an injustipoe as no charges, as we
irxwgrstand were preferred by any olnciala
*of hlis county against Mr. Curry
anA there has beet nA reason glen by the
*Qmernor for his actions in the pre lses
4( complaints had bepn made to him
ahout Mr. Curry, we think, aq well as the
rtepogtable portion of this community does
th4t he should have boon notified, an In-
vaigatiAtia ordered, a.-d the gentleman al
lowed the privilege of making f defence
pJut uch has not 1epq the case, and Mr
Pyrry has been removed in tho same man
pry that Governor Drow adopted after he
commenced ltis administration of the Qoy,
oenment for I' cause satisfootory to him.''
'his may be in accordance with the Sta
tute Laws of Florida, but it does not so'
cord with that higher' law, justice. If the
Governor intends to b,e guided by the Voice
of the rabble in each county in making hiz
appoitmntnts and removals, he will find
that le has adopted 1 cqurqe that will lead
him iqto a very disagreeable position to
say thp least, his actions in this aee is siem
ply deqpptio and it he continues in tlitl
course, ie will soon find that he will be
lacking in that clement, which would tend
to make hi administration successful. We

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any of forty thousand warr l.

have convrsed with our boost mon, our ly attempt to annihilate every vestige of
most influential citizens on this subject the English eettlements in South Africa.
and we have failed to fnd one who does not Of the ultimate result of this war between
deprecate the actions of the Governor in oivilisation and harbarlsoq there an be no
this ease. They hay admitted that the dqubt hqt the struggle will be q long and
Sheriff has gt faults hut tbeqo w ask, a costly one de thqt of the Indian war in
whe are without them the United States. After whiol we Qhall
We contend that ai injustice has been probably here less of English military oil.
done to Mr. Ourry; hie uit; mary disni-s. ticism on the mannor in which the A4nert
sal is a reflection upon the eeopqtive. The cans dally with their barbarqqs foes in the
meanest criminal is allowed to make a de- jungles, and cavorns, and forests of the
fence before the court pronounces him West. Savage hordes are much harder to
guilty, and why was a gentleman holding fight tman pivili;ed qnd disciplined tropps.
the high and responsible position of Sheriff The1 never know whet they are conquered
treatediwith less deference F We, as well and in fact, they are never ponquerd, q
as all ir. Curry's friends think he is well long as a !qg li! btraye" left oq the
rid of an office, the emoluments of which field, or rather, hides in the ambush.
are insufeient for the support of a street While England is aroused and eager to

polliumicun, and wero it not for the ignomii-
nioue s lud uncivilizad manner of his remov-
al and the injaatice done to a citizen, we
would not ofter one word on the subject.
Mr. Carry is a live democrat In politics,
anrd did stioe very Important work for his
party in the campaign of 1876 and we
doubt very much if it lhad not boon for his
azal rnd energy, whether Governor Droe
would be now oooupying the gubernatorial
chair. Governor Drew, as the acknowledg-
ed leader of his party has proven himislf
like "Republies" generally.-ungratesful.

Ma. OLA.Kaox editor and proprietor of
the Des Moines Register Iowa, will visit
this city in a few days' His business will
he to investigate the question of the Grand
Southern hIailway. Y trust that our peo
ple will give the gentleman all the infor,
nation required, and level their Influence
in accomplishing a most desired and neces-
sary improvement to the whole of South
Is it Reforumed or Dofornted.
Our rofurm State government seems to
be run on the penny wise pound foolish"
system; the fuse of the various county offil
corps have been so reduced that no man can
live upon the income of either of them.
Tho Sheriff has boon removed from offioo
for his patriotism, viz: holding office, do-
ing duty night and day, for love of coun-
try certainly not for the profits ariping
Sthcretrom. Mr. S. 8. Curry was app hinted
to fill the vaca-icy, but not being so loyal
as the former Sheriff, declined to accept.
The ofl~co of Collector of Revenue is also
vacant Mr. Goo. D. Alloen's time having
expired, ho absolutely refuses to acoopt a
re-appointment unless the compensation
was increased. Mr. Joseph 8. Bartlum,
be appointed as collector, but he too has
refused to qualify. The same e. iroul tan-
ces applies to the clerk; the fees of this of-
fico has been cut down to such, that no
sane map will ever accept it. We under
stand that Cept. Sitcher will tender hls re-
Ssignatlon in a few days. Thus one of the
Most important counties in the State is left
Without ny officers on account of the pe-
Snuriousness of a reform democratic admin-
t istration. If this Is reform, then good
s Lord deliver us.
AInglund'd Troutble.
The terrible disasterto the Brltah t
South Africa is the only topic in London
1 and the Queen's Domains to-day, The at.
Fair is very humiliating to British Military
f pride and it is evident that some one has
Made a blunder." To elongate a whole
i regiment in one altenated litna a o nvoy
Sia d u jard of provision and mtnition
;, train, extending over a distance of aes ral
miles, in a country swarming with hostile
savages, is a most hazardous, not to say.
reckless, maneuvre. The result aas, as
might have been expected, that the 16ng
8 file of a thousand men were flanked and
- b4tohered by twenty thousand half nakedly
s but well armed Zullus, whoso only know
ledge of war is contained in their only word
Sof command; !' Death to the enemy I"
- Sixty officers and fivo hundred English sol*
Skiers were slaughtered, and as many more
e of their native soldiers. That these vie.
a time of military indiscretion fought bravely
,may be gathered from the fact that they
e killed qvo thousand sayages eq the bloody
field; but oove one thousand wagons filled
with arms, munition and provisions fell lan
a to the hands of the enemy, greatly strength-
, ening them for future conQicts. This un-
- expected blow hsa produced a profound
- sonsatioq in England. There has been
. nothing so harrowing to the heart of the
. nation since the insurrection of~ the Sepoys.
- Reinforcements are rapidly going forward
e on a gigantic scalo pome twenty large ships
* having beeo already chartered fqo the pur-
pose, including four of the Natiqnal Steam-
. ship line, and four of the Lunard, the lat-
* ter company having contracted with the
G government to supply ten thousand tons of
e shipping at a day's notlee. htyle makes
s the businsd4 lively iq the Iqiverpqql does,
I and iq all the oanmps and arsenals of the
I United Kingdom. "Isis an ill wind, eto"
o It is to be hoped that those aeinfqrog,-
. mental reached the cape in time-theaverage
I voyage is thirty days -to save the feeble
d colony of Natal from destruction. Flushed
I and frenzied by their victory, the ,ulu ar-

rust to Zululand, to ingicd swift revenge of the Qorernor of flo *da on Oovernor I
for their slaughtered pounf 6tun, the op. Colquitt Vas not preesend to him at tbe I
position in Parliament is ing this hu- ruth. and fix the responsibility of this
ruillating calamity 4s an a 4lment against cisis whomet bel on, p4|t so rth e tJaetris1
the ministry. These forieu wars however pf the people who wil bold responsible
successful, are inflicting a. heavy burthen with relentless certainty the author# of
on the nation. Weights. fa. hest from tho this condition of affairs, The people are i
centre are the hardest to cey It wao 1n In no condtiloqt tq be tried with, bv their I
Africa that the Empiru 1 the O ssars public seryants of either party Vpesoe aqd
rest with opportunity'to turn the thoughts
found its fate' after conquer:'g Qia il, Britalq of the ration toward msaterl4l prosperity Is
and all the world. Is t'ho itieli Empire the great necessity of the hour. If Con-
repeating the ambition of Ancient Ro. gross could be quarantined like yellow
man? In Punoh' great .rtoo, a few fever, or imprisoned in the Capitol, so their
n great rtonftiouinfluenoes would not imeril tihe
weeks saoe, representing t a British Bull business prospects of the country, It would
staggering under his numerous heavy rl* little matter whether they were quartered
ders-Turkey, Afghanistan,'eto. The Zluu in their quiet, aud sometimes unheard of
appears in the act ofjumpi' g on the vacant homes, or were feeding at Unela Sam's crib 4
near the tail, saying at $6000 per year in the Capital.
space eae n t tail, ying, D er's (e Senator Logan was the reoiplent of un.
room for me." expected honors during the closing moment
' of the Senate, He was opeupying a seat in
Prom UhoktlloskI, the House when the g'vel fell and ot pes-
r _m ke r Randall at 12 m. declared the House
Caor KILot, F .i. Mc:., 18, 1879. adjourned stepped inside to find every So.
Dear Dspatch: nator in his seat as dumb and solemn as
Items are sosree. I oor'd tell yO of the grave. Surprised, he turned hie "eyes
long protracted drouth qli dek ai es anmy quickly to the clock to be greeted with
and well nigh scorchiny, ef fiorteneuolpe rounds of applause from the galleries and
of hope deferred, all terhaps for the bt, ladies and Senstors on the floor. The So.
for to use a homely phrase, the e t nae as waiting the return of the entrauoe
shortening of the traces,, will m out of the usual committee that eoon entered
doubt tnnd to induce habits of care and to notify the Senate that the President had
economy that will be of final adveatage. no further communications to maketo that
But stay-I'll give you a poor account of a body' To render it possible to adjourn at
little sylvan sport but lately enacted To 12 m. the hand on the clock had been made
use the language of the hunters. "It was to sing "Backward, turn backward, 0 I
early morning of the 7th of Mareh 1870. time in thy light," by the use of Bassetr
The glorious day king came bounding into cane.
view at last grandly and boldly, all nature For the first time in a quarter of a con-
was aroused, he touched as with a magic tury the Sonate has a Democratic majority.
wand, island, woodland and bay, and all Already the bread and butter brigade ate
.became radiant. We acordingly said on hand and are swarming thick as ros-
good-bye to Capt A. of the island" and uitoos on the Jersey fiats flats. The all
betook ourselves to our dancing toy "Mark laim to be patriots who have ren d
Meini toboe patriots Who have.11,0r
Vivian" (so called) already tugv ing at his somewhere, at sometime services that have I
fastonings as if he too longed ao be free been potent in securing this harvest ofaue.
like alnil of nature around, and was soon coes to their party. They enjoy the title of
away like an arrow from a bow, Straight General, Colonel or Captain as the case may
across the lovely bay, the fairest, to a cer- be, and they can each satisfy any credulous I
tainty this cost can show, the mouth of one that It will be impossible to organize
Hayti potatoes Croek of Senminal memory the house or trausact the public business
and the dark days of 86 was'socm reached without their assistance therefore they
for you must know along the margin on must not be left out in the cold. The '
the broad grassy prarlo stretoliug awa ancient shabby genteel style of tlhir war-
yonder towards the Everglades we hoped robe Is unanswerable that months their|
to pursue the timid red dear at d the ex- necessities wherever they go. Dis. sppoint-t
citing pleasures of the chase, and' right ment the lot of all men and omIn wonimen
gallantly was it done. Wo are stemming will fall to the mass otlthese, as it has inI
the opposition of a terrible tide but tha' other dlays to republican patriotal for ntices
was a trifle. "Drop the anchor Thomas," aity knows no law, and they will fiod as
we will linger here for a moment to drink others hi vu oni tudod hopea, and despair-
in the matohloss beauties of Natia, around' ingly cry :
Reader, do you know anything of these. *" ine I was so soon done for,
island solituidos? If not youn Itvoe to see What was I htegim fou'."
and yet to know something ul" )Dame Na- Tmho American N.ttlIuisl MNsullun for
ture and her grandest works. Yeodem Lt witch Conigress apprtrirettil 8-:.0,f1ih) jX
o3e fai reacbjMu prari rich iu ruiios of by- to be a flto proof strtuture on the Stmiith.
ne arys, In the countless number of deer sosian grounds, throo hIlndrud feet sqtuiare,
rkeys, bears, wolves etc., etc. Truly 'tis built of brick iron anm glass, with a coo-
the hunter's paradise. Here on either side crete floor and will be' smhpletuid lirimng
bend the tropical ordine, luxurirat nd.verr the present year. Thie sItsding itmlt will
so. Of this sunny lime state forest make an jr ttraumtire ad,litflu6ito tbh pIubliu
nonarehs dhat'lookea dowri in the deep edifices of the Oapital, whieio the uollectiins
east no d fbt on Etrmey Taylor.d a miny will be umnequallul in any M:soulu in the
a savage foe, nodding to thie t ne'* h0e Old"'Mrld T'lhovre rj.ow in this ulty
silvery liver winding serpent like ahead over four thousand btoj p.kedl with ex.
How far from whence are its scturces? hibits the donation of over sixy natiounli
Ah I ask the followers of Bowlhgs," or ties to our government after thie Centtn
WildCat,". We now step ashloro ill niull, besides a long list of speoimenosa till
expectancy, nor have we long to wait. stored in Phihdelphiul. Besides theso tihe
Y.ondor all unconscious of our presence are Commissioners of many foreign countries
two beautiful deer. Ineed not tell you have promised to furniah iA tinrplete list. of
that after a little strategy for a nearer ap. their industries for deposits as soon as tlhe
proach they both fell victinea to Robert's" building is completed. This national mu.-
unerring rifle. Soon a brace of turkeys were seum when completed l*r he an added or-
added to 6e list. But yonder are t lo netnent to the public buildings the cotre
other objects, standing sentilnels seemingly of a reaoching'educational influence and a
on the grassy plain. Let as approach proper ornament of National pride.
nearer for verily, thea look not like game Hloward Uniyersniy hatbhad been fortu-
of any kind. On nearer approach they nate in securing an appropriation of $10.-
were found to be two curiously formed 000 to aid in its support and maintanainnoe
mounds. Indian" so-called, formed na- This institution by to noble work it is
most ftrely from shell, conical in doing in the In the education of colored
shape, 4 a rifle shot apart. Toll me, I youth,s is gaining credit through the ooun-
pra, how came these here so far aloof from try not and outh. This grant of aid re-
shell and shore: by whose haads were celved the unanimous approval of members
in the middle of a vast plain, devoid of tea have pI tet he last dollar of debt, ler-
substanco, save silt and grass. Savant, tell ing tIr. ollg\, buildings, Dormitories,
me only this, and I'll assruie of the means Halls and bimnls uniaeumbered. Rev. O'
used to plaoe the topmast stoneoen 'heops" At Hiirver has r ently been appointed
the grandest old pryamid in old Egypt, ot iEdcational and Financiol Secretary of the
the roaring of these ollosial golumne yet institution and is assigned to the work of
standing of the temple of the sun. A the securing an endowment fund. At the olo.
ruins f allue, of thearving of tiheSpll aing exeroises of the Medloal apartment out
alas I fear the history all as a seaed o I. of seventy, ous graduated and
book, never to be opened to mortal es. received the deree of Doctor of Medicine.
For four days we chased the red Je~er J A. Burch of Buffalo, has presented to
around those old nins, and .on the level the Post OffBoe Department an elaborate oil
plain with good success, every day counting painting 6 x 4 feet representing the Mail
Strviotims, we stay our deatrob haad- Darrier of 1776, and the flght of the feat
last, for pleasure is not withol t wran, mall of 1876. It will hereafter adorn the
ness, and betake cqmrvealye:kt frem walls of the room of the Poet Master Gen.
whence we came, highl sasd tls eia l. The imagination could not plture a
hunt the same beii ery omre spirited contrast between the ol t
partilar. rellng tptysplf a tpar l, ilna carrier, plodding along on his trusty
qpon your valuable spao adiid r old hbrse ovr a corduroy road than this
main your* as ever. and well. illustrates the marelous process
BUDD P. Cuix. that has been made ina mad transit durtla
n- the past century, sad no more ftltng and
Our wInp Letter. apprqptrate representateion of the progress
O sr W ulhsngtou of ethe lnat century has ever been put upon

AGUE AND FEVER, Miss Alie Vane and Pay willbe sadly mi.
sod. It Is uselessfor us to say more than
Da. C. McLAnm's ,.La PILLS IN we have already said with regards to the
CABIS oe AoVu *D Fva, when very many different characters. The re-
taken with Quinine, are productive of vowerd m ayI Templeton Btar AllianTe" isr
e t ha results. No better le a ll
cathartic can f.used I tory t too high appreelated throughout the
or after takingQuinine. We would South, an we cannot add one wit to its
advise all who ar afflicted with this popularity even if we tried to. The Now
disease to givethem a PAIR TIAL. Madalen, which was rendered Thursday
For all bilious derangements, and night wa perfection itself- It will be
a a simple puaptive, they are u.- raemem red that Mirs Alice Vano received
equaled. on the stage, as a present, a handsome gold
3BWABl oV sIUIATeoXI. ring whhlm id in this city she acted her
usual character of Mercy Morrick. This
The genin are v s cotedet moral drama, the work of Wilkie Cole
very hboe s a red wax seal on the ins, teaches a lesson whiob can never be
i, wihPIthe impression Da. McLArsa's forgotten.
Ivna PILLS. fors.tten.
The genuine McLAnrs Ltvs PILLs The company leaves our shores with the
bear the igntures of C. MCLAtN and best wishes of their numerous friends in
FLBrMINoo t. on the wrappers. Key West That theblessing of Heaven
Insist upon havingthe genuine Dn. may be showered upon them for health,
C, 'cLAN's Livmt- PILtt, prepared by prosperity and happiness is the earnest
flenlag iBros,, of Pittsbutgh, 'Pa., the rayr of the aY Ws )srArc.
atktbeing 4 of imitations of then o the writing th Eator ard,
re JLatteptlled differently bu ut The abowl the Eqatntor h arrl ad,
..pronamncieatioe." but Mr. Tumipletou has abandoned his Nasmau
Pe. twip.

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expiration of five days he would dischalrgo t l
the prisoners. This time expired yesterday |IIII A
tfternoo at* 5 o'clock, and also no rnqulsi. (7f I t)
tion been reooeivd, it was anticipated
that the men would be released. .j ..L .
[mmedittely after the court was opened, -"
however, 8beriff ltoman 'threw the pr.son.- L' ,' 'O lAIll 22, Is79
ere into scousterqation ty drawing with ('e,,, ... w l'sN ,r lI sweet Nti%
much dignity lroic the breast pocket l(' hi 'I'ti T ns'lro.
ogat a huge official envelope, which he T'rreu'ary A ,gnt, Gon..lirn.
banded to the Ordinary, with tho ren s rk is nill o, at .Wouder what ri
that it contained a warrant, from Govornor is prowlinRg around here for.
Colquitt directing the further detention of l To s l rotten i
prisoners, The warrant, whlieh fell like a ,metbin rotenin
uuiell, so to speak, upon. those used, mark," but (.,'vuoruor Drew don't know it.
who had been hopeful of discharge, wase Tre Usstrn do's though.
read. This warrant, of course settlel the Mossrs. Marsh and Oiabrinl, our rep-
b.siness, qnd the prisoners wore remanded rosentativon rntMrned from the Legisla-
to Jail. Sheriff Jowden and Captain llocy, tive Key West last Saturday. They
of Jacksonville, are in the city. The Shore look fat.
iffreceived the requisitio) of Governor Touday Ms. hlussoll of the Russell
Drew and forwarded it last night to Guv. House conmpletes his sixty first birth day.
ernor Oolquitt. Ohariipaiglne in in order fordinnor to.da3.
(From the Savasnanh Roenrdor of Sunday.) I'ierce & Worthnimonr will receive
The long looked for requisition In the next week tront h00 to 4000 pairs of booted
Jaksonville, ( la.) bank robbery ea0se a0 s i and lshoee for ladies, gents and children.
finally reach this place at last, and theI iead theIr new advertisement to-day in
Plorle a omeers rejoice. I1t accordance with another
adjournment, the sort of Ordinary. Ilon.
John 0. Perll, presiding, convened Fri. *This is the cow lately pur-
day afternoon totake nuak action on t he chased by Roman Stevens of
arktt'iehe he., charged with .the rob T the usstomui house, ad which was the second
eyf $8,6180 from the Duval Savinigs victim of the eattle ordinance. Boost $5.00
Bank, at Jacksonviile ila., on the 28th day I
of February last. On the opening of the This s the dog which chased the
e q), ,be ri Roman arrested the prisoners P igo of the protesting Healt
on' warrant from Governor Colquit, ltwUr, w Fich again sold for vioatin of
which contained directions to further d- the recent ordinance. 0 golly I
tain them for the period of twenty dayIs, . S "a .
in which time Governor Drew of 'lorlda Mr. ones ex.U. SMarshal is now
will forward his requisition to the Governor selling of his entire stock of stationery
of this State. We understand that.a re- '"d a lotof nost valuable books at coa
quisition wts received here last night by frme o T who wish tm bo hst-
Sheriff Bowien, who forwarded it to At. fe. office. Th s who wish to be post-
lanta, and wo returned here to day, and ed up In prluamentary usages will do well
that in all probability the prisoners will be to avail tem"ele of this opportunity.
take to Jaoksonrille on Monday. There Dr. Sweeting was assisted by Dr. J.
is somethi ing s ular and significant in the *V Harris, (who is a competent surgeon,)
matter and motives which actuate the pr. in the uessful operation performed oe
secuton of these men. We have no desire Mr. ranklil's tongue this woek, There
to me the proper duminiltration of justice is no.dange-ow of Fanoklin being troubled
impeded or retarded, but in reference to with canoeet We merely mention this
this oase we see something out of the by way of gtlng the devil his due.
line of professional and legitimate practice. HIRALTr Ortioes.-That reminds us of
While we eommn at the activity, energy the school boy who was asked by the toach-
and shrewdness of Olioor Fulliard in fer. er to spell eock. Upon being corrected,
retlig out and arresting the orininals and says he if c-o-x don't spell cooks what in
the miansur in which th. ease was Imanaged h-- l does it spell I
bufre Ianl after the trial, we are certainly Two Bahmsplan arrivals this weenc-
jistitllod inlrunleinning the action of the one from the land of green fat and thei
Jcekionville authorities. If, by their other from the land of conhsn ('.pt. G old-
btlhidu.rilng stulillity. they allowed the pri- lace, who commands thie latter, riilgs good
satiters to escape aftor a full settmlement of nowso us--2.50 in cash.
tlh inmitter, when they had thebt inc custody Now, we are left witnont a Tax Col-
they shot I keep aslent t tl premises lotor, without a Tax As' a id with
stm'1 not subject themselves just and a jailer. We Qan m aanago to scrape o ip ao
1ll6 criticism. That tIe money was re Collector q1oul mItots and an odltor of' thl
turimu imby meatma of coercion, furme, thrasfA 'AMAT, 611, lii wleoi i (l velr11W IOrow i'
.d r,.lJruis 'of a Mrdo re hIve io reason w" s ro ,
to ,.nbtt, and time trangeo pectacle of '- Wobave it now that tile sclhool,'r
Florida nuthhoitle out-v ieii to h iheria "e"bebt 1 Mr. Sawyer is to I,,
uid"uavoring to punlish orim'uuua after 6it 1 *J' WiAer." Gl nod Lord I I[
bo ty hua been returned an l et oi noe thile Rin ecormee with Uovlo, thein. ,
eqiipuudiid, is anything but creditable, 1. 0. applies forthwith for th4 Captai .l
evervthilg but mauly, lhoiorablho and cor.- ay, ani'. N. W. san not reueu Iill,, fu,
uriel-llui. he hbA been to sea before- in ,Hc. EInil.
S re U. Mallory Esq., of the fir' of
L. Mall ry 44o., owners of th, Nw'
'T*, Key West and Galveston line of
TN OR NUIVSw steamers s n the dfty, looikhg after tl.-
D J, mfm ,,, A interests of thoe rm. The gentleman ntri-
1J aCt 3,1OJ Ji |pears hale and hearty nnd we extend lto
him the usual journalistic welcome, amld
CLLIBRATID pleasant sojourn.
SV I YyrV t -T 0- General Manuel Govin of famous no-
L A J IALLjA toriety whom everybody thought at I gr-
horn, Italy, turned up here Thursday morln-
ron THIr CVl 0F ing and rolled himself up Duval street as
. .. .. Tin days gone by We were happy to. meet
Iat1t our old acqualntence and upon expressing
YrIParIP Amy sCK U AACU5. our 4tto~,bhment it was said that he came
to regulate the. custom House We
didn't know that it required regulatii',.
Symptoms Of a D aIbase LLver. No we didn't. But before being too seve
DAIN In the right side, under the tell s Colonel if you mean to give Its
Sedgef te rilS, increases on press. soothing to do.
sure; sometimes the pa is In the left The recently removed sheriff, (who.s.
side; the patienA 1 p~Ia a to tie asueseor, by the way, has not qualified,)
on the left side;. aow stle to pae Wasesterda seeking advice from lIwyers
is felt under Ote spukler 1a40: 81 and county commissioners, as to his duty
it frej etq ly potends to the top of the
shoulder, and s ometies mithen i fereencee to a prisoner whom he states
for rheumatism in the arm. The stem haas been in jail for some weeks but for
ach is affected with loss of appetlle whose detention he has no commitment.
and sickness; the bowels in general This prisoner when asked if she wishes to
ae costive, sometimes alternative with be released makes no reply--refuses to an-
ax; the head is troubled with pain, swe y question whatever, but appears
accompanied with a dull, heavy sena
suen the back 'ea cot te The rsriff declares that it
eratly a casideklei lss oe memory would be an act of inhumanity to eject
pai with a pa senation this prisoner and is t his wits ends as to
of having ft adomnea omething which what he shall do in the premises. Pshaw I
ought to have bea done. A slight Mr. Sheriff, take are of the babe nor heed
dry cough is so m an attendant the talk of outsiders. The child might.
The btent co eof wearing yet live to rise up and call you blessed, and
f are eeal borimi s ch- when (orsaksn by your Demoratic friends
e oa y setlo r fie the little fftth amendment might be of
it hs alow; sdatu h service to Jyo.
J ,eat t M would be .. .....
aSSfa M0!nijileoils.
winds up the Mason to-night and as the
verof the above ymptoms atten shooner equator which was to have taken
the disease, but cases have occurred the troupe to Nassau has not yet put in. a
where few of them existed, yet exam- apperanee, they will take passage toemor.
nation of the b after death, has r for the main land. The perorman
Shownthe v to a been. t- thr week have given ttsfaotion to our
i. elitlsmna who frequent the theatre, and deac

---'-o" csswm, ad nooe ean he moa worthy tc s
Frcm our rsqular Corrceponds. his added trophy to the wealth of notable
---piotures h4re at the National Capital.
WAsnisoaor, MxaOB 18th 1879.
Wmn.... .. rooz1..M 8th ., F (From the Floridl Union.)
The flying seconds cover the face0 of th Arrival oM the Bank lobbers,
giving with ashy paleness and thi la SherIff Iris Bowden and Speolial De-
brought the forty- fth congresss to qee Its puty Sheriff JAmes 1ey arrived on the
ovy diesol4tipt, under strange pipmmastan- steamer St. Joha..q ti 4 orn f from Be.
pee. Men i quallydie about a thpy live. vannsh with Uarris and Reynolds, the twor
It does sometimes happen that repentenoe m who are obarged with ro bing Ab.
eedeq 4lth, and the transition out of bott's Bank on 'ebruay 98th,ip who
d b ato light everlasting i$ a *QyoH were arrested and a6ified In the jt t jail
one. No uph death bed repentenao was and 4a e reards liberated on returning the
perleao n the last. hours p the lte stolen monpy. Wp glys below, from the
mortbund congress. For wiary weeks Ate I Savann&ah papers, some nl.tter- of tn.rpgt
country had been hoping atqd prylag that to o0r r e alers.
blind *e* might be opened, deaf ere un- (From the S4vannahb ews of Satur4ay Morning.)
stopped l anud that kind j tdgeuent might I Te Court of Qr lIary ppyaeppd o yesaer
sqpplanm artifan hate, n tdlat thle p ou-* day afternoon at 5 o'olock, in 'rdaioe
to might be th a of a-e with adjornm t t, to tai iaJ op
mihtbeth 0 of ;r am"4., P, .
tqr Oti pr arntd n t p eape, It psaay oe f Cd 0. AUst-n aI s i ar aan3
04T44 and no ~Rpetespo,* It mtay b ohn Matina llla Reyliplds. o.rp4 i
pleasntto ladulg in the delosion that te rpb Pg tihe P 4l tSayings Banks at'a Tk
oontry in the mids of the sra t his ouvllie. It will be remumb rrIl t, at 14q
disaster will not be hable to eld"In the Ordinary gave notice that if the requisitloq
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-- We are pleased to chronicle thiit the
thief who broke into Mr. Brown's barber
shop and purloined the proceeds of the
Firoman's Ball has been discovered aud
the Department indemnified for the loss.
The nett proceeds being $43.60. The n .me
of the thief is withheld for reason satisfactory
to this Department-
-T Te Tmpletons are in Rey West. Colonel
John must not go sailing, and got shipwrecked
again, whilo at the abovo place. Be oaroful--
The Colonel is under the special protec-
tion of the Kar Ws r Disr1Aai, and we
shall not lot harm Lefall him. Miss Pay
and Alice Vane return you many thank
for your timely caution.
Blanks and instructions for securing
Arrears of Pension will be sent by Pans-
Bsil & GOnax, Washington, D. O. to al-
persons enclosing nine cents in postage
stamps. Original Pension and counties
obtained. Patents secured for inventors.
All land and mineral claims Homestead
and pro-omption entries and all contested
eases are In spool oharge of W. S. Gaiyr,
Esq for twelve years eoaneoted with the
Genoral La.d OffiMo- Land Wrrants, aid
Land scrip bought. and sold. Addree as
Our city Was visited wth quite a
storm Monday night last; The wind and
iain oame from the 8. and W. about 12*05
a. m., blowing at the rate of 25 miles per
hour, reaching 80 miles by 12.50 a. m., deo-
croasing slightly after 1.18 a. m., till after
8.10, when it again increased, reaoita
from 16 to 86 miles at 8.40 and 89 by 4
40 a. m. By 6.60 it had reached the voloe
city of 40 miles. The storm ended at 9.25
a. m., with wind veering West and North.
Lowest pressure 29.87, rising to 29.97 at the
ending of the storm.

Gabriel.Blews the Trumpet
At the meeting of the city souneil
Thursday night a resolution was introduo.
ad for the purpose of calling the attention
of the Postmaster General to the necessity
,of establishing a regular postal oommun -
,cation between this port and Nassan, 9a-
eiamas. Alderman Gabriel however op-
posed it most bitterly and argued the nawes.
sity and propriety of stopping the useless
inlux of Bahamlan imrmigretion to our
shores in lieu of the projected postal -oom-
lunicaltion. We would very much like to
know from the gentleman whose votes sent
him to Tallahassee and whose votes gave
him a seat in the oounoil chamber, if not
the Bahamian majority I And now, for.
oiotli, be would fain class them with the
Chinese whom the Congress has been try-
ing to outrage I Does not Mr. Gabriel
know that this is a free country and that
tPe gWvem'TnMt lts mrnd to protect and
eare for all who affiliate with it and become
citizens ? We are opposed to swaeu immi.
gration too, but not In the light that he
views it, and a ma in hias Oi1t0on who
Wu11ll fain build up' is wauntll rg albitgos
alirould have shown a Ittle more sense in
hris lpublil aets; but "there is no adoantiag
lor tastes," as the old woman Jaid when
ale kissed th.cow.
Return ofthe Buusardl,
Sunday last, one of the finest day we
bavu seen in Koy Wiest this winter ; the
ann shone bright, the sky was clear for
iuiles around, oly a little mist around the
horizon, in consequence of the Northeast
,.ilsJ which blew with considerable force
all day. About eloven o'clock in the fore-
inoon we happened to look out near Fort
T'sylor, and to our groat surprise we saw
aft iot two dozen Buzzards soaring on high.
'Thi is the first appearance of these usefull
birds in Key West or its vicinity since the
first batch of poisoned dead fish came to
our shores- On the approach of summer
we are glad to welcome our only eeaven
gers back to their necessary avocations.

Bishop Whipple.
This world renowned prelate of the
American Ohurch, returned to our city on
Thursday morning from Havana where he
had been on a visit to the Episcopal mis-
sion estbliahod some two years since in
that island. On the same evenmag of -his
arrival he preached to the oolorel people
in St. Paul's 0hureh. The services were
choral, by St. Peter's Parish' Eening
Prayer sM n atu i A hea er. A. A ilblrt
Rector of S.. Parla.i
The Blihop's address wae very oitereati ng
nnd onoouraging and will tend to do muoh
good amongthat coagregaioa. Any one
who has read the periodicals of the Oburoh
published in the different parts of the ooun-
try cannot be unacquainted with the noble
work done by Bishop Whlpple among the
Indian tribes of the West. But he has
not confined hia labors solely to- the red
man, be has done great W [. for the
black man, and the white oma, not only by
his preaching but by his pe.
A few years ago these significant words
were uttered by this worthy ambassador of
Christ whloh may be remembered by some
of our readers: "The freedman of the
South, for good or for ill are tur fellow
oitions. We have too much at ake to al-

low there to go back to heathenism. Our
love tor our southern klnsmes, our pity
for the poor, our bhpes for our country, and
our fealty to Christ, urge us to give them
the gospel. It may be that through those
whom our lathers sold into bondage, Af-
rica is to be red4med, and Ethiopia to
stretch out her hands unto God."
We were pleased to notice that many of
our respectable colored oitizens of other
denominations were present oa Sunday
evening and oxpresed much pleasure on
being present on the ooassion. O1 Friday
the Bishop confirmed Miss .. Cold after
morning prayer and in evening gave an in-
teresting synopsis of his work among the
S Indians which was listened to by a large
,and appreciative congregation.
The Bishop we understand will leave for
,Coldar Key on the steamer Gem tomorrow
,morning much to the regret uf the very best
,cit li us.
AMPU @iAmleau~nl Ild,,
U Il k poiticijlLe Wa.e. lilr
,1 0 11U M vYL;.t1S1 ., 4.

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Tribute ofrospecct.
Resolutions passed by Mount 'Moriuh,
Lodge, No. 4 F. and A. M., Key West Fla.
March, 17th., 1870, as a tribute to the me-
mory of the Rev. John R, Scott, late G, M.
of the M- W. Unioa G. L. of the State of
Florida, and Presidiug Elder of the A. .,
E. Churches in the Jacksonville District.
Wxuslts, It has pleased Almighty God, in Ills
inscrutable wisdom to call awayby death on th
7th inst,, our worthy brother, Rev. John R. Boott,
late Grand Master, of the Most Worshipful Union
Grand Lodge, F. and A. M. of the State of Florida,
Xesoed, That we, the Master, Wardens anlI
Members ot fit, Morlah Lodge, No, 4, F anl A.
1. have heard of theoU d intelligonco with tho
deepest sorrow and profoundest rogrot, and yet
we t w in humble submission to tha will of the
Divine Arohitect in full assurance that our worthy
brother has gone to dwoll with Him In the Grand
Temple on high, the temple not made with hands
eternal in the heavens.
Reoired, That in his death we recognize the
fact that the Maonio fraternity has lost a eaaloun
faithful and well beloved brother; the Church and
community an exemplary Christian gentleman,
and a good eltisen, ad the. race, an able load or au
staunch friend.
ueilved, That we extend our sympathy and con-
dolne to his family in their bereavement, fer-
vently commanding them to the eae: and keeping
of Him who doeth all things well, and oareth for
the widow and the fAtherles,
I Jie That out of reempet lefour eou eosed
brother, the furniture ornaments and Jewels of
Mount ioriab Lodge, Ni 4, F. A. M. be draped
in mourning for the space ofthirty days; the mem-
bers wear the usual badge thorof during this p-
riod, these resolutions be recorded in the min-
ates of the the Lodge, and a separate page record.
ing his death be devoted to his memory.
WoMrdl, That a oopy ofthese resolutions be
*ut for publication to the "Key of the Gulf,"
"Key West Dipatch," "Jacksonville Sun and
Prese' and the "Christian Recorder" and also to
the family of the disewd and the M. W. Union
0. L. of the State of Florida.
(id) JAMES A. ROB BE TS, Chairman.
For Reasons.
"For reasons satisfactory to this depart,
meat" 8 8. Curry positively refuse to ao-
ept of Dascomb's positron as Sheriff; and
"for reasons satisfactory to this departs
men" Joe Bartlum, of the 3rd Ward noto-
rity, absolutely refuses to qualify as Mr.
Allen's successor in the ool!eotoreshlp and
" for reasons satisfactory to this depart.
ment" Monroe Countyis left without a
Sheriff, and a birth has taken place within
the precincts of the prison walls I and
"for reasons satisfactory to this depart.
meant" the ex-Sheriffwill make the new
born whiter than snow even if it is black ;
and "for reasons satisfactory to this depart.
meant" we intend sending bybtlis mail for
an electrotype of Bro. Rat and ex-marshal
Jones' pictures, shaking hands backwards
in Ool. Collector's 'presence with Clarke
and Conover in the upper story knocking
glasses I and for reasons satisfactory to
this department" we appoint the said Bro.
Rl to reame his former occupation as
Basomb at the Oonfederit X Roads, with
the understanding to no longer work for
the ungrateful Gov Drew and his satellites;
and "for reasons satisfactory to this depart-
meat" we yield our rights as a free oress,
and will, on the approaching Easter morn,
proelaim with all the elocutionary powers
we possess : Hosannah in the Highest I
Great is Governor Drew, and his sycophants
of Monroe County I

*uiterlng for a Life Time,
Porone aflioted with rhouiatism otton suffer
for a le ,time, their tortures being almost with.
out somtssion. The Joints and mueeles of suoh
unfortunates are in most cases shockingly contort.
od and drawn out of shade. To kWord those even
temporary relief, the ordinary remedies Ifton
prove utterly noolo Hostetter's stomach Bitters.
on tbe othnr hand, is avouohod by persons who
have ued it, to be a geouino source of reliof It
keeps.the blood cool by promoting a regular habit
of body, and removes tromn it impurities
which, in the opinion of all rational inthalogiets,
originate this organizing cotmplainill iits kind-
red malady, the gout. 1Dosidos this :tbl lihttrs
remedy disorders of the stomach, liver, nuil sorJih,
praovnt and uradlo.-to intorittoent and rinilttvit
fvers, promote appotito and sluop, i,, i-.' highly\
eeommendud ,by physicians as a dosiro.blu i wuici.
Ul stimula an ad tonio.
The Branch of (,lit.
The proprietor of the above nnamd oigar
factory, is a well known citizen of mnny
years standing io this community, and
needs no introduction from this journal.
We had the pleasure of visiting his now
extensive factory on Thursday last, and
were agreeably surprised at the rapid pro-
gress. The packing rooms with their oom.
petent Havana seleotore presented a kind
of pleturesque appaaranoe (so to slpak,) to
a poor out-cast newspaper man, wh ris the
stripping department with its lively femi-
nine genders, tended muohly toward mak-
ung a visitor comfortable and agreeable.
Where aids of honor, and lasse so bright,
Weloon the DsyiTo' at the very siid -
Among the employees there anr from 80
to a5 females, and about 90 other boys
(whibr and colored) besides cheroot makers
'he Oheroot department is now in full
blast, and 76 frt olass cidgr 'makers are
daily employed. This number added to 80
Cheroot makers and extra hands makes a
total of 176 who receive employment at the
nBranch of Cuba." Mr. lregory, the
proprietor, Is well known, in not only this

community, but the State at large,as a
thorough business man, and he ians the
wishes of his friends and the KAsT WeST
DIsrPATo for his success and prosperity.
One Thousand firt-olau instrument from
best maker to be placed in Southern Homos for
lntlrodueti on d Advrtltsent# Planoe, 7 Oct
lt2l. 71 Oot. s160. Organs, 9 Stops, (57
18 Stops, 1i ; Mirror Top 18 Stops, e86 Choice
nstruments at lowest prieoo ever known, 6 years
wtUrtl uarantee. 15 days teot trial. Chickering,
Knabe, Mathushek, Weber and Southern Gom
Piano, Mason nd.Ramlin, and Peloubet & Pol.
ton Organs included in this sale. A'olean sweep;
nor rve ; new instruments fresh from Mactory.
OIly sale of the kind ever carried out n the U. 8.
Write for introduction dale orcular. Address
L4dde4a Bates' Southern Muasio house
Savannah, Ga., the Great Wholesale Piano a ,
Organ Depot of the South.
$100, $200, $00, $1000
6W e --AL iROTHINGii AM &1 00..
lroske, 13 Wall street Mew York. make
aieble l ltm teSln iljlwhich requet.
i ar em oveto twenty m te mount -
Tvtea. ntedk boujibt and carried alonl a e-
lred on qdepl nNreo per cent. xplanator
rouln "aadwoeur ewortstwi froe.


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V~etiee Is Sold by all Druggists:

The Floral Tribute.
I )
Right into the Council Chamber Hall,
The Aldermen gathered one and all,
Carponten, pill-monand countor-mon wunt
To try and make a Doctor's rent.
But questions aroso, both grave, yet, fair,
Of tho cattle ordinance publiNhod here ;
Upon which they wisoly divided their thronts
On the horses, the nanny and billy ram-goats I
The hogs I sang out one, must not be allowed
I speak for the people by whom I'm qpdowod,)
To preambulate streets, and do as they please,
While the Marshal and Polioe are quite at their ease.
The discussion lasted for half an honr,
When, bang I the approach of their loft bower I
The door was openod-silonoed kept,
And tremblingly through It a criminal crept.
"Stxton MoHugh I ah, you're the man;
Now toll uA please just what you can.
P'oor Mo., bring then just hal-soaas over,
'lhunigilt hluislf in the hands of Simon Conover.
His mistake was found, when the squinleyo'd
Mnad himself Mr. Mo. Hlugh's protector,
Sany ho "you are here,-for itwut, I know not
I'll not lond my hand to this dirty plot.
Go back to the loalth Board, from whence you

'lA)O iKtll '1tA1"A I N \V1W .

W fV are 1 i' in'il i n!l s:iin ft' Lor t,"
is the St. Auguttine reie vwhicih 1-
lids up that WI have nit ninly iling
that we would lil i to a rotairnilol, its \ ll
as doing many p )plo i nerous good turiiis
for which, as yp we hi a. received nothing
but jealousy, onv and iatrod. Is it not
now a good time o pay i sin different coin ?
We are ready n w to Iuanre accounts by
forgiving all ourw to ls, provided they
will forgive us."
A Tamp.a hen lai, egg one day this
week which oont; ined o yolks, was four
inches long and tIro0i ilamutea. The Tri.
bune says-it ealnn>t tel- how long it would
have been if it had' n)t broken off at the
small end'
From the Jacksonvillo Sun and Prese we
learn that on Sniday Inet in a certain
church not a thousand miles from Jackson-
ville, as the plate was being passed around,
one of the congregation dropped upon it a
sliver quarter, and requested twenty cents
change, which was given him in the shape
of two dimes, tiue making his entire con-
tribution to the ohuich the munifloont sum
of-ayo cents.
Palatka H~terd : I people at a distance
little dream of the march improvements
that are going on in this country, especially
in Putnam eonntyf. Every man that gets
an acre or more of land goes to work upon
It with a will that is bound to succeed.
And this kind tI en rgy knows no such
word as fall foundations for future fortunes
and handsome incomes are being laid.
Work on i in a few more years you will
reap the fruts of your patient industry
andsit under your own vine, fig and orange
trees. There is no romance in all this."
Jacksonville tnion (Thursday): "About
four o'clock this afternoon, as the engine
was backing up the passenger train on the
track, from the depot, an insane colored
woman, by the -name of Evans, about
seventy years of age, started to walk up
towards LaVilla on the trestle. The ears
approaching struck her in the back, throw-
ing her down across the rails, the wheels
passing over her limbs. She fell through
the trestle to the ground and expired in a
few minutes. No blame is attached to the
engineer or others who were in charge of
train, yard, or of the track. The woman
has been insane for some time, and on
several occasions hat been prevented from
rushing into the riv evidently not aware of her danger, and did
not heed the person who warned her not
to go on the track, and to come off of it.
Justice Fairbanks reached the spot imme-
diately after the iooident, empannoledoa
jury and held aq inquest, who found as
above stated.?

List of unelainmetl teri remaining in, Po
Offlee Moh 2 1879.

flaily (eo. Brown llie Ba
Bethel Oapt. Ws Batler Mary
Crawfbrd Momeo Crua e Susan
CoiNathanfil 'Cash Ots
0 arey JS
Gibson Oha les Goaslloo
Hartney John Harris Laura
Hawthorn Louisa Hibbs Richard
Hammond D L W Henderson Pa,
Ingruliam Robert
Jrayanot Johnsn Elizaboth
King Sophia Komp Mrs.
me lyI Milisa
Lowo Miss Anne Laden Jannot
MoBride Alex. M orris Nath' I
Mathews Margaret Maher J
Murray Jno. D Michael Daniol
McLaughlin Wmi Murphy Mary A
Malonsy Euphimia
Pindor Richard id P r nor rthia
Parks Calob D Prembleton Procillo
Pindor Martha Pindor M V
Paladous Henry

Roberts Jamnoa
Bussol W E
Roberts John W
Bands Ilosannah I'"
Roberts Eli.sulth
lawyer Alladdy
Saunders Isadora
Smith Gustavis "
Thorp L G
Thompson John
Williams Goorge 1
Weal IHenriotta
Yates Franoico

Roborts Joseph &
Dosan Sarah Eliza
Roborts James E
Itiley Cosar
I? borts llichaol
Ie .r Ann
h, nonottDahsh
hSn ,nders Mattio
I,:,I1J o
Tl'hnpsn Saml E
'1t apson John D
W ,tor Williams
W, lace Samuel
'at .. Wim.
Yutos Oharles.


And ask then to play you a muoh bottor gamo,
Say I, the lroldunt, soon to oeohuw i
'ho noble, the good and faithful MHonugh I N OQ V! TB EN I

Tour prompt attondanoe to-night I command,
But I see nothing in you that I can condemn.
Truly to speak and that without foar,
I se no ,ause for you being here.
Deart in peae, I know you woll, .
TYo fear not ui, nor death tior h----,
Depart I My I and woe for your deed,
Plk out a spot for my poor head."
Thon up from off the Council seat,
With vacnt air and smiles so sweet,
Dear Johnny wrodi, boquet in hthnd,
With Old Molugh, you're just my man."
(tad prosnting a beautiful roe,)
Take thil, from mo, a grateful token ;
Your plodgeo, I hope, shall no'cr bo broken
Bury deep all those you have in care,
And allow no one to make them a ware.
Tremblingly MoIIugh roooivod the rose,
With God blss Johnny's soul's reposo,
Whoro'er I go, where'er I roam,
Boquot Johnny will find me a home."
"Be sure now &Io. we'll have nought to say,"
All right, my son, you'll have it your way."
On going down stairs, Mo. thought it a sll,
Andi swore by the gods that he had caught h-1

To all who are suffering from the errors and in.
disrlotion of yeth, nervous weakness, early doay.,
loss of manhood, to., I will send a reoipo that will
euro you, FREE OF O HAlGE. This great rome.
dy was discovered by a missionary in South
Amerion. Send a self-addressod envelope to the
Ray. JosIRu T. ImmaW, Station D. Bible Aouse, AYew
York City. -4{Me 8.1y.]
with across made of hair aud other oliarmns
attached. Finder ill bo rewardol'by
Iuaving saine at this oniuoe.

ad we attend to "keep on this
Line all Bummer" and keep
prices quiet alone the

STRAW HATS or Gonts, ladies aind
childrenln abundance and tho chuap-
est in Key West
Gents' olothiug to suit the woathor at
extra low Prices.
LA0E NOVELTIES for ladies unrival-

of all discriptlon. A reosh arn.
sortament Just received.
I BSummer is conling and we advise
our customs to suit themselves mnow while
we can sell chomip.

for children and ladies front 20 to 35 cts.
Moh 22.79-tf.

TuLxanlaaar MAOArINx for lurcoh will bIe ready
on the 28th--not dated in scdvatimo, as is those cis.
tom-its oontontl bding mnanly from the foreign
publication of suno datn, thus giving what is
nowcst in tlo literary world. -$1.00 a yoaI', or 10
cnnt.m It numnbor. AML':HI'AN IlUUK EXCiiA.NOIi,
l',blihalrs, N, Y.


P~jl~ O\

Ship Chandlery Grooer'es,

TrSN, GLAjSS AN-1).1 IIA It i V

Paints and Oil1,



Fish Lines, Hooks,

Lead etc., etc.

Calls, Hess and Ship Stores, iuppllod at Short JNotle.
March 8 1879 [ly.

Every one wlo owns a cow should have oio of our wonrlrfil Milk.
ors. A ohild can ea them,. ont froo to a ny par i olf hIi Ulnit)d
Slttos on rocoipt of $2. eond for our Illlilrin:ltc l I'iII1IlIII(t oni tl
Cow, containing tie tomtintonialm of practi(.al farien'rY ald daliry.
mnun throughout tlh Illitid StaleO and olt iolll vi:w e of II Cow'H
toitts and bag disi)ctld midl scll ntii'icIaUy aIt:|i:illed, by liH. WVlitu
V1140 1 a m b, s#ie. and Wilson of this city, tiit free to any I ddlin.
GEO. E. KING, Plresident.
Oilee, 375 Broadway, New Yorh.
March 1, 187s.



Personal Attention to M.ales,

Key West March 8 1879.

A Farnished room, in a desirable
part of tho city apply to this officoo
ey West Ft,, 28th '79.

I Manulfaeturerl *
Corner Whitclheald alnd Southard Ste.
is prepared to do all kinds of fnney sholl-work
with neatness and dispatch, and at as low
ratios as any other house of its kind in the city.
Having had many years' oxporionco in tho art
sho Is willing to compote, and guarantoos porfoot
M' Good reforoloOts givon, nnd a trial
which might lord to flrthor p.itronago both as to
prioe and quality, rospocttully uslicitul.

For Sale.
The PrelliseN ornupl.
ed by D. T. SWEINY as
a residonoo and Sodau a-
tA W A & FAnD S- Y

Ample Room for Storage.

T t rI,(
Ponsions procutrod fi ,.,-il liels 11f i lato w ii-
disabled in anyway y i ,y Wu.Imiild., Ilpl iii,, diitMlis lit
any kind or by naclid-l>.il i.jiri,.

are ontitlod to inm I' ,; '1 uidlll l Il 1111I iiw. All

business done Iy collrr-spiliilon i', sarunm if yno
wore porson-illy v il.,iintl \\'|hili i ii i iililr is
dead the wid Vw tii \l a ,m oltill il l t a il, niliiil.
I also iprovii'ir I'ati- its li.r llivtiitor. I'v ,ris
soldier who si n ,t i nlicti iishoulil iId im .! m i
addroios in p va'l il -r'i' l l n lC imi ll r Imiii i t
SAmlI'Ili n'r iv I I oll i h
a ,\TI'n\'.\A1 i'ITIZE:KIt HOLDI It"
a pallm r pllim lsl 'l t ll.r 'Nltii alm iil ( plil.,il givil;
all thi llat i. ii l' srnii ilioni ll l s ut l 'l ii I nu ly il l ,:t n .Ia l, tl ni l lf l.l ii. il ir4 ir 1 ,ii.
l.iir i- iii- llioi,, j ,,i ii ,l ifr'm i ,ill. Adiilr's. %\- w ish
11 1p N. W 'I'Zil' ( lA .ll,
II. S Clliiin Attonrnry,
3Jy. iWS \W'anIsiigtn li. C.

Awardl o(1lIP el'iki-Is Eixpb8sitlocI.

e1r z x ReI o!,lI AO V11 1i
Size of Lot 50 by 200 ut ion mi, ,it I ir. ii'. 't, i sVl E i
oflt oi ]'1h s i .ll l th ,
Factory 50 by 40 upero o i i t;hm oti
The Building are now and tlie whole thros iIt ,\ Imrl ntl .rllulishiil>l lllltii:ftir ., mt I1
promises well adapted for a (CI At. t ii>,t l il i'l l'.irlii lth I.puli,: 'lhu ill, lis i.II'i
FACTOIRY. 0-xturll.i-) PriilMiigiit'll -I lng t ie limt ti-i lyv:lti.
t A to, l tI l ,ii tlulildl birl, itlh of' l,o nl],
A p l toI tlIt Aiiii.Li-,in w-.-it-ii.s f;ir w air, rolialiliiyt mld
D. BWEENY. ggenoril sorrvilentilmhemoR"i, wiwo i lllnrior. tlo lo (of
Moh.8-1m. any other mi.. hllllu iit tlu wourl ; lult thl
dr ,, jilt rei.m ril 1 i i iiig, si it ,,.11, fo 1in it
Ar Mr. (CP i UKRIi sl thll Ilt cnirniittl-l -m, so tlitiut Hl i i ti Irrlulh tii' il lls
broad baker in Key West, lhas jutt i rouoivol t tiath -lir- lililmm I wxa %.iv-id nit ultli iny otli.A
a ful aslsortnei.t of grhtiuni tliiim t.. inltiii I ic ntruit ot tli iartiiloa
sua huittlll will for lit ni ,,mi mIl.',ly rmvolhll tionizo
Dry Goods the ",'nlc1 a 'iI lllm m lr1ts i11 til m 'lt.ry. Lot i ito
on ,cv ,lG tnll. i:ihti l li1 Ii l In l hl tl .t ronL i''ro a il Liwitin
per last stoeamiir wxliiulil e Is selling caleli watllpjs i,; s, plerr in ji h, i'rl n,.'cely etd,pri-dl It
or than any other holius iii the city. fie r/llel of the relinit, lic r. f!' i grito e tweide
G-'1 ho read ibisinuas continelis to whit'L .p1111nlr to bo the liii nmi po tins thl Illisimo
ha a perfect steuo.q. Call at the ostabhlish.l. of the jtdg--ati i\.ry lars on wllo \l s I1
ent cors if Vittet amnd SouthrdwatcLh fir tillml, will %%-lmIt Floiih or' wi. m,; ` t .
mn t courur of W\Vlhoheld anitl Scutlh ld 'Taking lv.irt.o of this, oui of tli. i.ti'l im-
atroets. porting iuatera of Citciinmati has puli t t iil-
Me. 8tf. mon i bntirnripit thok of l rt'l'mlch ll slmll'iuILtu'rV,
whi-i thLhy mir-i mml w t ialilg ull lover thi) colint-ly,
A LITA'lAIY IHIV(OIITTIlN, nmoroeii ltl alidvotiltuiiont or introductionl of thl
Cinaiiin's 'CYronm1mi.s li o1A 1. F.roir I LT.II.- I,. ooi, tIun for cim.y lproflt tlhny mniay limili fromi
TUrilE, in the now Ae l |niITION, .ia mnOrlting wihl the oiperailtion. 'lThOse wa'itlhl.s iriie lia niuo il-
suclh extinordiniry salo that tll, publllhlisil h o to vorou enc.. lopen tu, all il (one style '.hl lorniirs
mlto it still mioreo lioiIllIr, lanv tl famrtll ro oil prico ot tll-.o watelicln wia 'l li ;(ll illit till,
the ipricos Purchlisnci orilrini bo-rno ipril 30th ValteroH liI mlorling l(amlinlly isi rlonilig t-imini t(,
will qot th t otuht voi isiii mtl llll!tU, il pipalllor in ordn I u to milv l-sd droes if.-' 'I'ilIIm:mi IliAoi,\..i cit li, ci
$1.71) ; cloth, $2 40 ; hilf luirro'no, gilt tpi, S,1 00 will iAl A y mxprob, '. 1). 1 f, ift il i e liir i,
or bound in four voliimos, ltilf iniiL ilrom viill top, romittedl on I'icoutnnt. The) aii n imiliiraly ilailltitd
for 03 20. Sampilo voliunimo sent poltl ptiid for 30 for use on raililmads alin aStlOlllltrlH, wIUwh l ac:ut
conts, 45 conts, 65 cemnll.i, and O0 cnllinlt This is ate tnillil isl rciqirod.
not only onlu of Lihi clloiout work iln ti lslmigmlnLg The \\'illtrai m Importing (inmlr )' i i a ruliaill.
Ibut really wonlorful in il low pIric,. 1tprPinlnni :ictiTrn, ;mIil through 1ti)y o ll $i12 witch tfir :V.
payee nnd torms It, o lilmH Will Io) siii nt Fri, r ., i they \illrillt very onI! sill tI to l thil\r' oliIri.
quest by the pur lishi mr, thlio A t eincl N : liooli Ex- M.ilsnt it. 'l'i. Ionilli'y .!,t.initlll thliit it wih re(llii
I VIIAua 6 6 ooknman t.., N. Y. Ilinlt nliti. lv -liuys to dil oI. of thil stock, afll
Swh -i> tin owatchos will be hr lill t tihu originili il i..,
viz:~ a12 aim.Ir Think of iti A igod wloth J.ii
k Ar?( 1111) ii ,l1 warranted on )'lar IT 'oI prroun ii..
lisrl i h- tti \Vnlt Ir l llrt l g *il ti< i I
r Pi l I itrmft Ulicimiati, )hioI, i ild iiyi rutuolis of lI..- I
I. irX OMI .Tits, w ill rocoivli i i ttu chl u i vir
W killing i L' 1114e1, ,11 0x. V ithi lo w itt- :ls Itm cm ,,-, .
i pile, nu w he ate OIb li

liltlllimblemto llm. Hmi I us6-U.Sill it mi-- i-ni i l M-lo t
SM. IF*RRYa CO. Detroit iobL. -11 rual -y lit a I igo .,I' Ii..m t.c.

J-J- "V"- ti r-- ., -tvL",c-.w -~''n-z

/iL!EcT ji :I.el rI, e,

- Elt VRONT 1) Duvla. S'altrut"T. :, 1". 1: Y 'A il J" '. - ) : : ; I

sau l Morpin oe leshitenreu
mu au m -Jjt5,1 tl5%5b5Olu t"
OPEIUM Iim, BaIt t. II fa Sq,
WEUWU8TWeenni aross Ls

^.Hetlo l n r B -

ESJil tEu ",, ,i ia | .
mlnnhin all all dii orders troantt or 'y (ndi-
retion or extern. Aly Druglii hall ige.
iosnt. ii'. s. Altaiss ast s1., Wo,

eblilnrildf.r Inrnltor', in the UnitS altes, Canitada
cat J iitti;, il reflrr'id ratcd. Wid/i our principal
,' ' I, ,.", i t m .olto (t,1 (oi'eu' l e Mo
C;ol. I '; '.' ,1 )l l Oti'td, vearci ilcb t 'tillt o al
J', t. i, tIsts. wit,'t crjiOm i)lt, siin (,, ,' I r ,.,', ( ':,*i) f.rJ wll ), ul(U rr~ll 't !/,ut'o l r i lt
,(;.,i' t. ianiid, t t'/i fit, (ili /i; lave, thcr. diire,
t ,i';.y '1 ;ai ltr t;C, js .r .''" le ni'. '/ o prdii-.
q,lirv/i''tii i.Li.)l, !at tiri, iu ll opi,' ionn o i to pala
. 0', ,"' i o .llt .i.r olii N i' o .P tlltn l s e which
I, 1. ,r (1 1,, Ii.aj e.'l 'l sct tlo,. (cotrl cosniH t'i .le li.
A hioI t /iw I.1 oi)ldtt I aIn(d. eI o' valuable t
c,.'i',:r. W ts i Al'olut(/ 't ia .n- 4 i ,,iica, ', loto i
lt ; intlon./ 1O, U /. C '.; /t Jll st'4i r
'i-ni, antI Jut liisif Iu'..pnhIt, tit tt'".ie/f(.St-iA /0,'o
Ai u.'t i '' r. tfl r (l/ilff /" I,'. ,(1l4 Caraf 6lahms,'

qsf :.iliets n(s Atmentsris at Luw, i Drttoe n&uatd

w reoolat wo e 4 t n
Broke No. 12 Wall treet oNow York, make
gem rabe euvestmenttnita stocks, which
ly p&q Om Ave to twenty tnle tlho amount JIU.
ve0tod, 1toce bouyn t and carried a noli ai de-
sliil on depnilt othreo per cent. Explanatory
eirotlasis and weekly reports svk. A.=.



ConnT.a "R, QT ; &. GaBV.T. sFrtT.
al r just received a landsome assort.
ment d'ljewellry, which he is prepared to
offer to his customer at 'the very Ibwe*t1
Has on band a tow e morete o thoeele-
gant sets for both ladies aind gentlemen.
jf ib workl taken and exoouted with.

ar W'ltdlepOa obtained for mechanical do.
AA1ENR, ; vicol, 'ircdloal or other com-
poundi, ornamo1til dcigne, trdeo-marks, and 1-a
elt. CaHats, 'Aeignmonts,' ntorforehoes, Ap-
b,.ali, Suits for Infringomdn'ts, aid all cason arrsling
under the PATENT LAWS, promptly at,
tci"fl-d to '" "
..TV ni Rl bt' thA Patent Ottffice may
-fi-.UJL UJ- still, in most cases; be':;i)a"
teniod by us. Deing'opposite 'the Patent Offico,
we can siake closer sonrohos, and'secure 'Paknts
more promptly, and with broader ilsims, than
theso who 'e remote from'Washington. '
INT ENTORS eQ nod a ndol,.61 or sketch
Iof t hisL of eour doevloo ; weo mako
exai inationifrc of charge and advfo as to Pa-
loi:,tibi'ity. All correondenono e triotly confldon.
til, Prices low, and NO CHxAR(ted wNt
t We roefr td ofBlals in thd' Patent Office, to our
clionts in every State f the Union, and to your
8ln.'itor nmd Represntativol in Congress. Special
loforonres given when desired. Address,
0. A SNOW & CO.,
Opuposile' aitnt Olfoe Wishqton, D.C.
-nrEMAl FoalRTV. rFitEnRInK JOIlON.



C ommision Merchants.
Fypo t reot,. Key West Fla.
Wil give striot peoronal attention to all pon-
Alginants natrJittod lo tlifn'.
'Propp .t rtlrfih ae In all cason,.
Fob. 9.78,1y.

Agont wanted every whare male and femai-
>yokrihi eto<. N. J.

o t oib d slt m'l for fill information, bico list
Wflln; t Don. New n' oery.,

1o. 86. POYtd ItAf ddrs
Commission Merchants
Norhbery, and Western Prodee,
i otatoep, ariona, Applea
pa n.e, Beans, Peas,
Drted fEuOits eto.,
Ordeili soi~ict ed, 'a"d'f ied' wih care,
and p:omptnens, Merchanet and others
wil find it to their Interest to deal directly

,it ',s, tor above class of goods, which we
mnkke a specialiLy of. p'tying particular at.
tortio~i tu quality, and packing.
itU..m '78,


Ciroulntlon bha attained to 1100 and
Tt is preserved as a Model Family Jour.
nli; and'is most popular among the Wealthy
Muskingum Farmers, npt otherwise easily reached
by advertisers who through t i doltili are e stab.
lfshing agreeable business relations with the for-
ther. Itis published ftrtnightly on $atutdayi'n
pUtrmsnaw, Om, a driving town.
Advertising rates fadeo inbwn on application.
Hale or exchange 'o property in Florida for pro-
lpert in Ohio con be offeotod through 11i advorti-
Ing department. .
'liMtnusfual Ofu'"

S.arham' (nIilla b ,

1;-BS W50


lRTAUlltln.1 1800.
I. 8 & A !. I LACOY 4ttorniey-ant-
5.0 S'eyei t/ Srftd, Wash'igto/e, D, 70.
u vendors.
We procure patents In all countries, No AT-
TOR.'t rias IN ADVANOC, No charge unless the
patent is granted.' No fees for mndtIg proliMinary
examinations. No additional fees for obtaining
anhd cbndtuotng a rehearing, bpoola Attentron
Iiven to ftterference Oases before thiPatont Ofuoo
Extensins before.' ongres, Itfringemehlt stft
i'diflfir'ont States, and tll litigation apportaining
to Invetiforis' or Patents. SBes STAMP S'to
rAuII'HLT oiVIV O VUtl. 'IkivTB'V cTtO '.
United SUttes Courts and Depurt-
Claipm prosecuted in th'o Supreme Court of the
iUnited Staten, Court of Claims, C6urt of Commis-
sioners of Alabama Claims, southern' oliims Cort-
misuion, and all lasses of war claims before the
Executive Departments.
Arrearu o' Pay and Bounty.
OFFomaEii, s6LIwins, -and sAlLIsR of the hlto war
or their heirs, iar in many cases entitled to money
from the Governmont, of which they have no
kitowlodgo. Write full history of service, and
state amount of pay and bounty roneived. En.
close stanip; a d A full reply, after examination
will be given you without charge.
All orwlonas, soLmnas, and sAiNons wounded,
ruptqrod, or injured in the late war, however
Slighty, are entitled to, and can obtain a pension.
United 8tatesI 4enieral Land Offlee.
Contested Land Cases, Private Land Claims,
binng preemption. and"Homostead Cases, prosecu.
teod before the Gonoral Land -Offico and Depart-
mont of the interior.
Lnand Varrant".
Wo pay cash for Bounty Land Warrants, and
we invite correspondence with all parties having
any for sale and give full and explicit instructions
whoreo assignonts are imperfoot. ..
We conduct our business' in sepornto Bureaus
having therein the clerical assistance of
able and oxporienceod lawyers, and givo our closest
p bsonal supervision to ovary important peat' pro-
pared in onech case, Promptost attention s-
curedtoall business entrusted us. Address
R . & A. P Laey', Attorneys.
Any person desiring information as to the stand-
ing an4 responsibility of the members of the firm
will, on request be frnishc4 with a satisfactory
refordieoe in his vicinity or Congresstonal dihtriot.


to all parts of Florida, inust be sont to the
oare of
40 & 42 Broadway New York.
' Rates to and from New York 1 cent an
ounce for packages loss than 4 lll. Same
as toe U S Mail. 12T5 bs for $2,11. Office
in Philadelphia 402, N- 4th St (GoaEBRY &
proprietor BALL'S EXPRESS
(Nov. 9. 4w )


A live Florida Dasly,

Till Sill IDn 1 SS1
Published at Jacksonville over morning
agept Monday, t
8Q.OQ Per Year.
The Cheapest Daily in tho South.
TTi. MSUN Ai PaRIM is the only morning paper
published in'Florida, and the only one receiving
ho Associated Press dispatches. It contain all
the State and city news, the world's market report.
ed by telegraph, a variety of interesting selected
articles, oditoriali'son currant topic,tand is i.
every way just such a paper as the people of Flo-
rida want.
The Weekly Sun and Press.
Is a largo thirty-two column papor, neatly printed
and filled with interesting reading matter. It is
by far the cheapest newspaper published in the
State Only $2.00 per year. addVess
Jacksonville Florida

'A As NT is wanted in every
A. AG county for Frank Lea.
lie's Newspapers and Magazines, the old.
est established Illustratod Periodicals in
America. They are now first offered to
canvassers, who will, if they secure an agent
cy and exclusive territory, be enabled to
Introduce Twelve First-olass Illustrated
Periodials, suited to as many distinct tastes
6f ants, iU with the choice from six
abn a'd htftail ohromos, given free of
ito'eaolh Ain nuAl subsriber, be enabled
to'ou one Or more every
vtol P thtlr distrIet. Tanvaas
el tiWill secure e rtniat t rent
and the renewals eah year will be a scouree
of study and assured revenue. Specimen
papers and most liberal terms sent to all
applicants who name the territory they de.
tre to' canvas 'Adadress agency De)opart.-
ment, Frank Leslie's Publishing 40ouse,
587 Pearl Street, New York.

"' .PI-
Combines event improvement known. Roend
stamp for circular Addresm, ODAN L F
BEATTY. WYashingto, New Jer ey

we Physigis ltert. QesMeI@s snd Ci. IheI~

sneapeeis Letse, siq't

ses' ei d taesee5 's cr en
t aeSo o en lee loe
go t eitis"ass
06 air X4 o fols


h Mreoiast Virt u 0 P00 I
4 iseefieefsfs tid to 4 'ssardb
itt's contiue lose5=51k g."
tallg alses-eds-eo re1to=

da( sre esf ure f Usesego o-
.9gyptia ecfvi, v lne Wbamthfoereag,
We e 'SHVo oxms-sieeno cdifseseef4psthe eon

h iseas
spestt#leets s1f,$to
pl 8, Vps or 4 *g se ee eslms-
S ling4 sthroesughesthe oupVa vli

olur SO de e bo45p t4ereby blfo hs4
aen 4e! rslospa Ces 4 0, assets0,.
03 Vcr or tio Sind 5sfeto toea ond-one
S ;te SOI us Ce iS"tetVfoiltces O

V1 a 0 a
60111V eh o f; see (0 f toreo

sa"uted Icc U OWN Iar
*1 0(2' 20791 4 It.s~
atenu riel s-jsaessot4% 1 awasoil tins esoNt
1 Ininssosee vlesutooeneesuse ane G d-lhe

8 'an 0 l ot suc -.
Is pIgat 'Nrit 1 letioll-
I oltoll am its are ~1

2MDL) 4O40 1 a)#ort
aPE Ito i0IBe Mall~D

visLt esend t 0f 09(r f its t Sn-e
$ aqtucanoegwsae 47toaseieeaSte O-jet'
CtLL sn rT;EId eed PDL stl aft .74 4
Crm. of onappanloodlro~or tlri~A

Fo ms,0MAe ssoble, US JD ) aSrs Ole.
COMM RO Leez la ebeo
ste 5.5SfXe, V_


if!1", Fix, 0 eto yihd
reis CA. E ges a aeo 1c0s m-esa
fliesye slo g coo toes b y .l.e. e. i
~.eeaspus-sacton anuSt hat 1 eAN

See Site A Pes-bZs'si of .lobe-
Ps-lee, s0 Der~re ', a 0 oges, ow
ale l0 V l1 I V;5.

Ce~zza sit$ss e eAMtas agee oA(4I tos

83,03dos r ofjfoemoojokS 491"inthe
Prics Ottp Dollare, 4n, ~ptargebflpo

eeedl CoW ( P@of Si as. es-Iee
aviiiw I. V 1:6 % Vol !,PA t.
mioletiao";s.ete, IM e2"8=haentejees
leL t;ee4eebfs~a sh "0o~'e5 se

eeeoEssesta e te ego o a *of pris- ub
*err~ ime g, es ~fooy ned all.
=~ .sea 0 @5' 5life,4
4 leh=5oet f sa eese WIVAL eyuse.;
of 0the system will Ot$*#eM se ejspoll

efasy s-isa.e ki essaft She'e" aj~d"st
ins-set -lfet, nes otfe labe~or. si~m em
1eeasep O:1,05 ella5 is nesseee bole&@#fi or~.
h0o 5tte1 5(! assps.SeteSo.s

BRNHTS A Of eest

evslih O-Ie 0"wl oii

to a (jortoneaGoughshe oshVbwnesees
bad V frbestsetpM#AckA000 ow lof&
0 uosgLa$s s ilsewdteaw ftkadteae'
0 0 psor f'soisb is rfep agesem

AO IF 0AmI no"Nalag

DR. oAN l.ile

a147$lot o"44 6 cow.
that =1, 0 ogafte
MqO lss 4 its a WilI ti

041V Inowlgl ~(
=tv o t fiea I
u no "o"f c th
VI Mt oboie o i
J woo 11 11MMIM I

64 11"""""""~~3i"
PRI OnAb~rj p=
rrr~ Ijdri C9" VIA~l5~



Register in Bankruptoy.
southern District


Key West,. Nov. 1, 16

T75. lvr.


House. Sign and Ship PAINTER,
All wel orl., 1In at the moIstit rl'.tii'sialIt- Ili'rs, in fact, none can work cheaper
tlin i 1 ciin, it.tho '1lntii ity aiui ( uilality if tlie wits k is taken into consideration.
'Painlt NSr)ioP on Simintonlu at' u, ne:ar t. u brick wire house.
) j,.,,, ] ;' ;
jttt ---- - - - -- -...

crxner. 3FProit d D uawv 8tree-ts


Dry Goods, Olothing, 8ho.s, Hate, Furnishing aoodw
iR.OVIlSlUNS o.,, &, &o.
Nry Stock is alwtvp very ctmpletoe, workly replenished with New G ood s carully
solectedl, rttl'chatl d for CiOn h Ily an eXlpcrieuis'.il buyer in New York. With fese
ndvinttnges unid faoilities,I I istml'p|arolr to soil at the lowest possible prices.
Choice Fannily Groceries a pliocialty.

VI 'LlE AV ilrl!.
ISu!'r, h m*'NEW YORK. Am IGO2T U
lqo Vi, r ,r IMII g rltc f.At t (15 It-TUI'MC/
Irliv b.. 11adue is tar in NE O]ORC, '
W1Y & JOS. F, ALBURY, 1 6 tooo,

A IN b. Ordern from abroad promptly filled from
CAULKERS, my own factory. t
CAULK ERS, _______
WALL STREET, EVERYBODY should send SIX tot. for
KEY WEST, FLORIDA. apmion copy ofournew large monthly papr
T'R Uf,'ESTERN CAdSET. I( manre. A nol.

All work done with dltispatolh. Sntis
fatulln guaranteed.
Je 16.'78.
IVORCES, in any State without pullioity
Send stami for the law. G. R. Sis. Chicago.

has constantly on hand a fulljsupply of


Deals also in FLOUR, both at whole-
sale and retail, and his stook contains the
choicest brands in the market.
(ickes and Ples feh every day.
rW Weddlnil Cakes a speciality.
Ordera solicited and promptly filled,

inlr Mabdihse. .....
iberal indnuements offered
& Wilslh, Manufetourlag Cot

only One Dollar per year. Immen; e clubs; PRE.
MIUM LIST and great inducement to agents,
Addtes BARROLL & COKER publisher West.
torf Casket Cape irardeau Me.

Dry Goods, Notions,
GROCERIES, bho, &o.
BEG to inform his numerous trends and
customers that he has on hand, and is con.
stantly receiving per every boat large
and well selected stocks in the
above lines, which he offers at
the lowest oures at his
stand corner of
Duval and Olevia streets
o "r Polite and quick attention to eus
020 tf.

IF SALE can be made this
month I will sell my House and
Lot for 1,100,-Built 4 years ago.
S Tm eorst exceeded 1,700.
iP W ssOL'i

Local an4d Travelirg Pi. rD.
Agents to -sell the [FSlt.]
WILSON Sew. .-8 -,
1. Address Weel~e t
apany, Jacksonville
eKilji *QU~ oa xw re.

University of Virginia.
weekly), begin Ith July, 1876 an4 oncilth Sepr
mtber. 'Have proved of ilgal use,-Iet, to stu
cnts who dcstgn to pursue 'their stul6qat thbs oo
other Law.soh6ol; those who propoaetb
hoad privately 2 and 8rd, to praotitonenuewho hrav
not hfad the advantagess ot Iystmsti~ 'ilitrOtji1.
For oircular apply (P. 6. FJnivonrfy Va J to
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