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Title: Florida State journal
Uniform Title: Florida State journal (Cedar Key, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Ira & Gore
Place of Publication: Cedar Keys Fla
Creation Date: May 1, 1882
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Cedar Key (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Levy County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Levy -- Cedar Key
Coordinates: 29.145556 x -83.041667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1874.
General Note: Published from the office of: Bronson artery.
General Note: Publishers: Gore & Burford, <1874-1875>; Ira & Gore, <1876-1882>.
General Note: Editors: E.W. Perry, J. Ira Gore, <1876>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 25 (June 17, 1876).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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Florida State Journal


hiUt;-: i11l It IN KRATES.
One copy one year,..................S2.0
One copy six months................1.
One copy three months,.............. ,5
One square first insertion.............81.0
Each subsequent insertion,. ......... 5
[On)'squtar is 10 lines in this type.]
Special contracts for large aldverti.iments
Advertisements payable quarterly in ad
On color'two copies only of the paper wil
be sent to advertisers unless special agree
ment to"le contrary is made.

* y.'H. THOMAS,

Physician and Surgeon,
.Office in Scott's now building,

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7 rO.N.
Crystal iivicr, Florick.
.:- Sp,.ei;,l a tt ulti.. to-1 ,,1 !. 'r-

.. EDArn KEY, FLA.
Work done on reasonable terms and gnar-
anteed. Office in Hodges building mrl2
Practices in Courts of Alachna and Levy
Counties, and in the U. S. Court. apr31
Gainesville, Florida.
Practices in State and Federal Cdurts.
Business promptly attended to.
SB- Office opposite HI. B. Thrasher's
residence. ,ct3
D l. E. -. PAL'He
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sorvii..- t: t ci < --I[, t roe-.''n d i .d
cinitv. Al r t. h ", i .' <" ,r! r ,' t" in. a -
Smt:'' ,-i' Fl'1d:, I.. .attcrs himself that he
Office at Bronson. nov 12
J. M, aaron. w. ". JaC,^*.

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Ce r Keys, Crystal River,

And 'for land, fruit raising and other pur-
poses, apply to
.marl-'7 ., Cedar :Key, Fla.

(Successor to John Parsons & Co.,)


28 Broadway,

janl7,'80 NEW YORK.

City Barber Shop,

.Sl -.uii..'. ". ..... i .. hair cutting, etc.
,'ld.. ii. lie in... .tti ,I m anner.

.St.iik ..,.' ii .np -* .>ld and Silver

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I tlougiht I might as well drop in
. /nd s-;e 1,'v ticy run a wneldly down
1 0 il South Canrolina, and a little dalrkey
Spiloted me up one street and down
another until we halted before a stair-
)o Rway over which hung a sigu-."Tlhe
S_ Herald." The office was up fo1r'
- flights of stairs, of course, and I had

0 VOL. 8. CEDAR KEY, SATURDAY, AUGUST 5, 1882. NO. 31. onlvreaehe theclanding of e first
when a hunk of composition cut from
S_.. .... .... some old roller whizzed past my head.
S-.rI.S ,LETTER. COL. DAVIDSON'S ADDRESS. ity of the present and the hopes of FIRST FLORIDA DISTI)cTl, Thereowas nothing strange in lihat,
[Reguhr Cornespond cnce.] Whel introduced to the Convention :of the future to rally around We have been so much interested however, as all well-regulated otfices
Pauis, FRANCE, July 17, 1882. by Gor1'al Perry, the President, after the banner of Democracy and win for it in the politics of our own State for keep half a dozen of these hunks lying
The chamber of Deputies yesterday hir n nation had been announced to victory in the coming campaign; for the past few days that we had almost around as weapons of defence, ail I
before cpmmenceingits regular busi- him, colonel Davidson responded in .! Feat of Democracy in Florida overlooked the most excellent Delft- pressed on. At the head of the sec-
ness, nessed a lively scene, occa- an louent speech, which elicited ti,: .l'. .- the success of Radicalism. cratic nomination made by the cod- cond flight I looked up the dark a
.i1 1 y th.. 'r.li ..fC M. Ph,:, .l 1 i,:. :'.l .uso. The following i ._ i .,: save us from such a calrnity. vention in the first congressional di- and thought I saw a man with a gun
.. .l ,-,.l eted '!-.i ii:.11 i._Il-r', wi,:, l... '.iiiLuiiu.y of the address: TI will not now speak to you of the trict of Florida. The c.i,7 t i..nI.v.;'I-. in his hands. All weekly newspapers
tue.1l'.I be ll. .i-at':' ci. I- i-i;' ,Il .l,. .',,.' and Gentlemen of '' '. t which Democr.t; hn-.- r .- hl i T1'1--. : '.-c th,_ 19th if havin, any influence always keep at
a i t. R .-I 'i -. 'i l all it .,, .. ,,.. the present se .S-i :.t 'ii .1. H 1 D i. .lson v. h -it 1 :1- shot-gun lying arounml t-
.f i" i." ,. putti a ... n -- ,I r., .in.- .,,- h ..... t .. oe you ofunfa *1 ar.i ii,:,].I: ,te ,. Altl,..u ; !I te iio it u.l tile poets, so I went whistling
S'.',O i. aistr ofI th, i '.t.i-c. ,, '- ,t l.. J 4its T wri no n1, it h ,,_ up the third flight. Then I
,'- r -. 1, -. A io 3 o-f/Fl ._ i ,,i nth ........ ,ti I i, II.*'ft| *'_ W t th mw-i "
Si. ... ,-.1n T crc.f.s ch t n i, tl, w t i, ca i itho t in l. i.. .u t .at, the muzzle was o ok--
!, \,,r,,.l.m.i. ..l i rotlltn ali, ,In,- ,. 1 F... this high co.i.i-plimo, 0 ...... Disti..- -w it-.:.; 1- ,h Gi,,uth h ti't th,: <:M',- ti.:,, ,t .'.h !,i.:_i .- in1 .v. 1 up 1 me. Some editors
ou-- I t, i n al.:l, ( I '... 1 ,1 .h i t ,i.od .honor, t ti:I ,thank wo 0 n. o seating of r i.:1r t.- 1 b i ind .- tii ppr(ci- t head of the fouIth flightI..
..l ,.1e :.biJL,.;,' of l hid w,_d, il, :,., ,. ive m Congress. Nor will I -.' this tion of his past faithful service by an and prhetice at ''get shooting to
I,.,.L.-- l .: t i pprcampaign difficulties during thecampaignths at McClellan, of Jackson county, was his oderin where the bull's eye was
0o the Government as employers of herotoiire unknown to us in political o will be fully and freely di scsed most formidable opponent and to sue- when I hsrd a click! click! and a
professinal housebreakers. M. do contests i this State will have to be y m. ceed over such competition is a dis- voice called tnt:
Bandry and d' Asson took up the encountered. Aware am I that unus- In conclusion, I again thank ypu for tinquished honor which the faithful "Stand! or lou are a dead man!"
Juarr'O 1and met with a similar fate, ,,,ii will be required and that distinguished honoryou hage.con- discharge of duty has won for him. No man who'thinks anything of his
iLr i.aiaLii that the Ministry corn- .., t, I rigorouss and laborious work i ued pon me, and I promise now Mr. Davidson is a native Floridian, clothes will everbe found dead on a
S'radud thIe honor of France abroad, have todbe performed; yet I accept tat victory shall be ours if effort and was orn in Gadsden, and his home stairway leading\o a printing office.
d usulto l it, religion at home. M. the nomination, and here pledge my- labor on my part will accomplish it. i. .siill in that county. Before enter- I came to a halt and the voice contin-
0oblt offered a sunilar explanation ;eli to.Iuse all fair and honorable T in. .'Uges. he was a lawyer of ued:
of th, fact referred to,.but, .he loat- uk a LLi induce the people to .-tify at i1f yNTE A* l VE1UE-L ability anbd won distinction at the "Throw up yo'r hands and go
ter \is nuot allowed to 'dop uutil M. the polls, in November next, what you bar. HOwras elected to the forty-fifth down stairs or I'll 1bpw your brains
Ti.:-, I.h l had the satisfaction' of have this day done in Convention. Re- Tand ior-sixth Congresses, and was into the street!"
comparing the Minister'S policy with membering the liberality, persever- URTHER CONSIDERATION BY rC-elect to the forty-sevenh receiv- I didn't believe he vould, but as I
that )f! Pontius Pilate. The Chain- ance and patriotism displayed by the "The Senate Honday resumed' con g 14,971 votes against 11,082 votes couldn't prove it the bst way was to
bor tlep discussed a project for tem- Democrats of this District in past ilcration of the Internal Revenue for Witherspoon, the Republican can- obey his little request. had just got
pororl suspending the irremovabili- campaigns, I indulge the hope that in iul. Mr. Merrill giving notice -he didate. The Repullians were so back to the hotel when mn came the
ty of ;dges until the passage of the the one now opening I shall have wodld antagonize the Naval and eve- badly defeated in the last election editor andAthe foemnu aid the devil
bill 03o judicial reform. For once the their earnest support and hearty co- other bill until that measure was that they have changed their tactics and two comps, a they began to
Depiiees refused tr be carried away opc:.ditu. d 7osed and now propose togive their aid to talk at once. They were expecting a
by their antipathy towards establish- F .- itize, m e ri:e as a r. G,.'re adocated the ,.I.:ption the election of McKinnon, of Jackson li 1htiuug sort ofa politician up those
ed institutions, and rejected the me,,I.r ,...t (Congress and my -,i:serva- oi an i,: .ndmect, which- h Iopos- county, who is making the race as an stairs at that very time, and if he
scheme by 258 to 226 votes. tioii, hi th city-of WasiIngton. have o| to ofer', *eplianI W d t on independent. Such a rebuke as that once got up he was to open fire from
schmae b 25 to.26v~es.io, inth -bf Washington. have c -o o0 Oll,. 11 WUe detv on I
The citoycune, Louise Michel, who strcugtheu r.l e in the. beliet that nichinerv for the n auufa.:ture ,, cot given him by the Democrats of Gads- revolver and have a scalp-dane, over.
is making a :o-iu in, the provinces, de- the party of the people of this coun- t or woolen goods on agriculture den county, recently in mass meeting the remains of the, Herald., It wa. a
slivered a lecture last evening ons, try against power, corporation and itilomentsand, o on ies. Pass- assembled, should be sufficient to mistake, and th ere deeply griev-
on the Revolution, to some two thou- monopolies, the party of constitution- in on to a e. iiW, of tle bill, he said constrain ,him to recognize the arro- ed, and we had a lemonade together,
.sand persons. "I salute," she ex- al rights and privileges, is the Nation- tb" ,t it seemed to have ben express- gant position he assumed, and an. the man with the gun shook
.laiiii,:.. "the victims of- all the reac- al Democratic party. It may commit ly framed in th interest of capital and convince him that he need hope for hall agin and whisp d:
li.-.us. I ,lte th.-. 1.la.ck -tiiu, r ,i.,:,-rs, but this i-.sin.;not somuchto n nainet- the interest of the poor. The no Democratic support. But McKin- "Boy! I hal- y finger on the t.ri.g-
whitVv.? '-11&-l.l~- C eLOU.1._ge e to into the govern- ger and a Jead nai on your head, and
-J ,i. '--.: ahJI .. I i ... ... .' o w5rinich: it prwop fd Lt -peL-. [I- ... .-.--, ^wh,.cL it de ...is. to get'-- had, and
wh,.u th- h. :-tril:, will, wi,-tut principles as the v.ekn,:.. *z'ud ta-' ~u min the main taxeson capnitl It mnt cibrib and little ho e care how oliTiF d oni~ ne/loot anmcihligi
pity |r |. i r o h i d. 'to ca .om f rth.er up I'd hav -
pity ur L W.-r,- t.k.: ithe round of the ability of its iilenld. and followers. It l lieved banks .and those who had it is done. to come further up I'd have ldled
S All.U lih'1 i' th1, E i d- 1 !"

0'?. n. iAlu.i, to .h ijgypian
'U t.i... .-.-. ..li:-l 'red that the war
'.aiuL mlst i.Ai ita.ly result- there-
h- '' .. V .at:,r Iill '-.ie way of getting
ti., oL; iL s L 'I".1-, .Ial she appeared to
her hearers to revolt in order to
crush th3 Government, which was the
valet of all the Czars. "I appeal to
revolt," she shrieked. "The day is
now cone, or it will never come. We
must char away those people as one
would an obstacle." The fact that
the MiTstry allows the "Grand
Citoyome" to pursue her wild career
unchecked, proves that it at, least is
sceptic;l as to tne:- Ifeet, produced by
her blo)d-and-- hir u."lr declamatir,-''-'.
Writag to-d.', iI, tih:- Jourud1l des
*Detats,M. John Lemoinne observes:
Fonerly, accordingto an historical
mot, mnt a cannon could be fired in
Euroie without France's permission;
now all that France asks is not to play
her part in the concert. We reserve
.our salvoes of artillery for the inau-
guratio4 of'the Hotel de Ville. "Pox
voisceuwfx mesfreres. We are indeed
,il. .'i_.; much more philosophy
i..ii is'shown by our excellent neigh-
I..--, u. I :di'..,, who do not seem to
be at all pleased with their own atti-

AV itches & ci'ock' hI '
S "' m .'1 ,...-. .'-.- Ii '. ,lb. ..,t ;I, In.% 1 ques-
S fle 'el t- i" f J t absorbs all. Mr. Gladstone's atten-
-E-v ory Ith i el,'. k sold is thorough- tion, and the foreign policy is entrus-
ft ,rr.rt.i .,, ,. I. f tedto a man of the old diplomatic
..n-TI. Mi.1 annoyance. Call and see for Ischool. Since 1840 Europe, and even
SL..'..I... [.. aP '0-' Asia and Africa, have changed a little.
AlTFENTrON SHir'PEiRSAND) l. AM:E3 M. de Lesseps's marvelous work has
Oranges,F riitsv, tVecafl,1,. suppressed the Cape of Good Hope,
Lemons, Etc. and attired the road to Asia. The
iiTFFREN*..E--.\ K. Mesrole, Mechmiic's Suez Canal has become a national
k, v1 -...;..n.i L. I, N. N.. .. -A.. AVlit- highway oor England, and once again
mor'., r,'.: Bank, (Greenpoint, L. t, N. !
Y.; i' W' Riteid, S. A. Hatficil, Cren- wo show conpimction in acknewledg-
ooint, L. I. N. Y. H-. GASTON'V t me0.hp
ia P,.' ouc" "A il.' i t, ig the superiority of her interest. But
General Produce Comnnisl!6on iaulS, [ "" '
27 Front Street, New York. mar -limi R it is precisely because Ithe security of
ATENTS obtained, and all buein e t cnal is v: moatter t of .vital necessi-
'.- in the U. S. Patent Offiee, attended to ry for England that she ought to bear
for moderate fees.
Our office is opposite the U. S. P att the trouble ned expense of maintaitn-
Office, and we can obtain patents in less taining it. She wants to act for her-
time than those remote troim Wevshincn'ton.
Send model or drawing. WI acivis as to self; let mher do so.
patentability free of charge: and we ikc -----..P'. ---
no charge nnle6 o0blt co.'lto1 man is like a iboob
We refer,' here; to t. I'om-t ;; i,'it',mal is l e a boo
Supt. of Money Order Div., and to di.: iius lie sol1-hc is uppermost iln
of the U. S. Patoent Oic. ]For c,'.;.', ,
advice, terms, and reference to actu;.l v'- hi"i own ,miud, without undcrstand-.
ents in your own State, or county, anldrre ing. Nw Yor: Commcreial Adror-
C. A. SNOW & CO. Y o caAd
0pymosi Eat c1u.iC Of.l., T ii '--,, a. m. {i.;;ej '

may be guilty of faults, but with what-
ever faults it may have I love it still
love if for the good it. has done and
.the good it seeks to do..
Fresh in my memory are the days
of our l.-'nulage, and the burdens that
we beor- ii this''State from 1867 to
1877. Frish in my memory are the
trials, i.ligiiities and sufferings that
were heaped upon us during thec
long dreary years, Then, I a '- then,
when our political skies were :." black
as mid-night's darkness and .: :arcely
hope was leftIto cheer us, whaL party
was ia that amid all that gloon., labor-
ed and struggled with a presistency
and courage unsurpassed to give relief
to us, our State and country? It was
the grand old Democratic party.
And shall we leave it now, because
within less than six years, tl,. tiue

1 one.v to 'd.3Ios.itju bin iok: it believed
ijme dandic, th1',: s and the cox-
ybmbs of j>cietly by fit'nijhing free of
I tx perfumemfy andtcosmetics, the use
qf which were at once (Le -inii and
clause of the decay of vi im:os man-
aood. The only boon ct -1il.or was
+e repeal of tin, tax on lu:ifer match-
es, and that was so small as to be in-
.-i.',..ilh of expression. The title of
the bill to reduce internal revenue
rax w:-s a shame and a false
.pretene,.. The burdens of taxa-
tion should be borne by all equally.
l'. Juhnston advocated a proposed
amendment reducing the tax on to-
bacco to eight cents per pound.
Mr. .' '-ii: in a discussion of the
question as to how far it would be
.d.te to reduce the revenue of the
L,,untry, called attention to the re-

'Thee'nrst district win ado honor to
the voters by .triumphantly aleoting
Davidson to b Li ; own sucLo-or.-
Columbus Enqi]i'er- Sun.

An amusing incident occurred in
this city last Wednesday morning.
Previous to the assembling of the
Congressional Conventionn a delegate
from Escambia, instructed for Hon.
G. G. McWhorter, met a delegate from
Gadsden who was instructed for
Hon. R. H. M. Davidson. The con-
versation very naturally led to a dis-
cussion of the merits of their respec-
Live tavorit.s-their availability, pros-
pect.s, 'cliiis, '&c The Escambia
'.leCcgate is Ieport-.l ., saying, in sub-
staaec: MceWhoticr' ii the manfor our
i'o':'ple: he is able and popular,, and

it has been in power here, all has not markable change in the balance of the 'Me' just suits the good Scotch
been accomplished that was expected;, i_ .,-' to the prospects of a favorable citizens of West Florida," &c. The
and perfection in the administration b wheat crop mi Europe and to the wide GCadsden county delegate suggested
of State affairs has not been realized? c spread strikes now in progress as be- that as Davidson had rather a lengthy
No, no. Let us stand by it, ,v,-th1 -g circumstances which should not name, perhaps his favorite could also
er attacked by foes within or foes, be overlooked in considering whether furnish the desired "Mc," and a little
without. Let us bear with its trials Ithere would be a'large surplus in the Scoth blood, to. As the conversation
and troubles, and share with its j.T~ T -Treasury at the end of the present progressed the Gadsden delegate re-
and triumphs. fiscal year. The appropriations for this vealed the fact to his Escambia friend
That we have made progress sine A year were much larger than for last that Mr. Davidson's ancestors were
the Democrats c.ian, into power n'i nyear, .,, ..'i .i tb the best pnuta- r',.dl, S'.tl, ,1ui.1 that thew .11 i, his

dancing rapidly, vea, leaping to 1 i t '-, i 1', l,-'rt,- 1.T_.. es:.h:,,la ilegate
prosperity and wealth. Why ;. / ', ii ..He trust iI 1 1 *-t [- -dly i..thltt .1 ti-t Mr. Da-
we check it by dividing, dismember ate would regard this as wmn ',-rLu;- ;-- ': "" tah )p .p-.'ery ,', these
ing the Democratic party under who' nity for doing a groat good to the peo- two necessary adjuncts to popular
auspices this advancement has be( pl and would confine the operations favor, possessed all the qualities that
accomplished? of the bill to such a reduction of tax he claimed for Mr. McWhorter. So
Fellow-citizens, whiter shall we [ es as would render them the greatest the Convention. by nominating Hon
if we forsake the Democratic part. ? possible service. Ropert Hamilton McWhorter David-
Is thero some middle ground that x Pending further discussion the sub- son for the fourth term in Congress
can occupy, and from which we e, ject wnt over. gave the South and Middle Florida
better advance the interests of Stl'ae delegates the man they wanted, and
and country than by doing battle in O'Donovan iiossa is again at his re- in that man they also furnished the
the ranks of the Democracy? I know gular occupation of i,, to prove West Florida delegate with his Mec
of no such position. It is in polities that lie is an abandoned villain, and and his pcotch blood. Now, as all
in this State as it is in spiritual mat- only proving thlati he is only an idiot got just what they wanted, let the
terms. The Master has said, he that 'is averse to honest inmdustry.- New York South, the Middle and the West go to
not, for rie is against me. And in World, Demi. work for their candidate, just as they
Florida he that is not for the Demoe ---- .-would have done had Mr. McWhorter
cratic party is against it. John Kelly is very confidomt of his or any other man been nominated,with

H]ad I a voice that could be cearc
ai.ong t.c ,'anks of the Perdido, "wa-
down upoi tIhe SL,',S;OLIa:;eo river," .Ind
and o0il the far-off isle of the Gu l, I
would appeal to Democrats by thle saic
mj'mo('ri('s of tlhq past, by the pros r

position and that of Tammany. Sul- a determination to oket him. If every
livan was defeated by his overweening Democrat does his duty, and we en-

After that I always sent four boys,:
one after another, up stai-s with my
card and a writ tp declaration that I
was not loaded.' '
'* *-
Speaker Keifer should be- presen-
ted with a' brass color inscribed, "I am
Secor Robeson's dog."-St. Louis
Post-Dispatch, Dein.
The Factions of the Republican
party in Pennsylvania cannot trust
each other. This is owing to. their
long and intimate aequaintance.-Cin-
cinnati Enquirer, Dem.
With Robeson 5t the head of the
Republican party, Guiteau's loss is
not serioutly felt is the National Exe-
cutive Committee had feared.-Atlan-
ta Constitution, Dem.
The defeat ofRobeson because he
is a bad man, and of Keifer, because
he has been in bad company, for re-
nomination in their districts, would
have an admirable influence upon the
Republican party.-Cincinnati Com-
mercial, Rep.
If Admiral Nicholson ever gets a
sight at any considerable number of
American newspapers, printed within
the last four .or five days, he 'will have
Ii. Io.bk a lolg wile before hends
any compliments for himself for his
obsequious toadyismm to Sir :Beau-
champ Seymour.-Boston Post Dem.
With such Democratic nominations
as that of Stephens in Georgia, and
that of Pattison in Pensylvania, it be-
comes Republicans to inquire-how
they are to adjust themselves to the
coming encounter with a progressive
Democracy. Certainly not by "vindi-
cating" Robeson and Keifer.-New
York Mail and Express, Rep.
The appropriation of the signal ser-
vice has been cut down $65,000, a
proceeding which the country will not
hesitate to pronounce a blunder, if
not a crime, people fully recognize
the great value of the signal service
to agriculture and commerce, and the
reductionlin the appropriation by the

confidence in Ihis own prowess. His 'te-taiu no doubts on this s-ibject, Mr. House seems hardly credible. Instead
best i'rieniiL' admit as much, therefore Davidson will be elected by a hand- of reducing the amount the apropria-
0o1 lm .ll ihad better look omit.-New i some majority. "So imote it be,"- tion should have been increased.--
York 'iTl;'ram. .,'.] Louisville Courier-Journal, Dem.



-Florida S t orna followed' instantly, had not Loring faP'idson in thin wise: "Our pofplo wh'liiv", s;ontfoini ovn r fl Jly flon- r\iN (;ARD rj T-
Sv. just then come upon the scen, and will give 14hm larger vote thisfall s"and 1olar,; ald no rln conversant FLOrDA Tt.\N.'1' TAILOAT,
'dri Ag his horse quicklyy between the tham he has ever yet received. Tav- with thle ljistry oi (co,11i ii ollal con- AND PEN LAND
CEDAR KEY, Ad angry men, (all mounted) begged idson is the right maii in the right ventions will iuslimnae ti .m'ost of that FERNANDINA & JAOKSOINILLE R. R.
For.. .. Ft 'them "Gentlenme, gentlemen, for place; our people will have no oth'r." propo0 l \l i' inn le]s.e oter on those
For Conpr%;-a First Congressional District 1ir On and alter Tun 28tl tns on those
Sof Florida: God's sake, yotu forget yourselves," -Our suggestion in regard to Mr. that su. The people are li ttl Roads will run as follows.
of Florida: God I sae you fmrct voinsolves..
"1EtN, j3PT. 11. N. DAVIDSON. and succeeded in stopping the quar- Geo. 1. Jones' fitness for the position able to 0oe',0 this addional t.ax,
rel, and helped to an amicable ar- of representative from Hills)oro but, en I'lis cight be nilured if Leave FPrnandin ".............8,00t a '
R -hl for General Finleyv rangement of matters, whereby all county was not intended as a piee of they wo:l! be assured if 'seeur'ing Lave I rt'soad.............. 8.42 a
u Gen-- l came off safely. officiousness, neither was it our desire value fr t1le outlay, or it there was Larc' ('o1,. .. ;. .143 a u
""0- y. "LuIc'e 1)tton............... 10.101 a i
The efforts to reconcile the contend- If the General should see this per- to dictate to South Florida in any n imperative necessity'fo: its inflic- Leave Brandy lira.ilh .........10. .0.25 a ft
nug Republican factions in Penusyly- haps hlie may remember it, we cour- inner. We must confess, however, tion. Bull if .the conviieoni should Leave ,'1 i ..............1.2 a it
'iia have pl ,vec, abortive. iers seldom forget events to which we that if the Tampa Progress was the be imbued with the spirithat seems Leave IHigltland. .......... 11.42 1 in
S '-The G paper are all pleas- have been eye witnesses. Perhaps best adviser our South Florid friends to pervade the majority o its advo- .a.1e20np ;. l
--The (Otj'gia papers are all pleas- I I ILeave niples... ..........2.17 p i
w .ith .. 1 .o ,acceptance of because we learned to take particular had, outside advice would or .ought cats, a disposition to ove. urn every Arrive at 8Iarko .............. 1221 p1
dwifth th e letter ot acceptance of L *v t \ . v 12.45 p ni
Ir Stephens They sho ldtbe for it notce of everything, for we knew uot to be highly desirable, :. ing the republicans ave done, Leave rston............:... 12.,4 p
tepr. s ejb ens. They sho uld be for it hav ba to dro its Thdvot n L............ 12 .0 p n
at what time something we had seen aCright or' wi-'ng, we are al likey to Arrive at Wahto .......... "1
reathesthe purest Democrac at what tme something we had seen --The Ponsacola Commercial says ight or Vrong, we are a likely to Ariv at ..2
br' thouhoet might be house to us or our forces the noiiation of Col. D ..i-h." have a constitution as olectionable ,- v, 'a.lo 2.15 pn
-_--_._- i-'-.' O ri. ttce work of the miiaehiiie, V for its Democratic ltrainim as tho L n- Aiorfcrin '
t-. It is hai t at D ,: L peps c,, c. .*'lei,' nt'b irn politi-s, 'e'e n ;( ,o ra r i- r if i .. a. Ii 5 In
I 'iurif.t 'c c ,mci c to b" '* s w" mo ro ( r efn o. .ir; 11 ,('fi, Van
t-1,1 "'re ti, ., i"-' 'V o- ik,' '. bt h s::.lcc '<'.s i',. '. '."." ,. ., "' o .
c, c c** C O. i, .' S '.'' o, x r Tii' -ic;J(.'e !tu O ,rc. .. *' '1 1 OI l i ti.; ,., ,,. ,; :, ',

It ,, i I', n. .,. t,,,, .... ,i'I...ln f is" 'oi., ''Ilo ) (
t --a- f -n n -. '' n j -t n 4 I- I C ;. u' .... !-
Itiii,.hiii d ,,',th',l I.''c.'',ii .'tztc 'l" ...' ,,," a : O W t : ," .. .
S- ....The Palatka .crald ec.,c to; s r "'; 'I- t I. ''t *il .te iic
II a i. .c1 ,.l t 't. | I l 1tran n ";- ..e_ _2 ; '. .. Pe". /'s. *,,l"- jw>u'' '{ 'n u" ... c' ,. .....' ( 'c..,'.*.,)^ x *,U

,t t r .' "' .* ." il a n ew ilve r dio *. i o its o.. ci-lik a u' p ro u ce ev s c: ..i' o ./ 'v ', o .. U It .
---Gn. n .-Ba- -Ganesville las g to n-el Davidson, by underating his a lity o- toueh* re trrivc .c ite 1"
tn a' Board of Health for the purpose of and riticisg his speech, aecep ing tLeave Stark .. 1..2. pin
t,;, arantina.ainstCedar. the nomination at Tallahssee. hat One departure from i Lav Temple's. 12.5
S- .. "-.uarfoiihPen, agi n.st Ce- a contrast to the splendid.end eC- taken as authority for ,' utl'nd aud ae Lawty 120s pm-
S'.L'Com u, fri an of twahe Pena -A dead man was discoered in ment given Mr. Davidson by hat the end no human wisdom '" ion-.,:,:. :Leave:iiaxville.... .... 01p
S: saeola omereialvho, the river near Appalachicola recently, excellent paper, the Columbus En- A reduction of the :-iii.t ct- cLut;- Arrive at Baldwi. ..c,,.... 2..2 p in
Sgte 'to the T1assee ..convention ,ie Tribune think1hewasmrderbd. quirer-Sun, which we public on our uting the assembly will ne be ..L.'v iicu l

r. L ea v e C a ll h a ..,,r
1)1. tpay acoplime-t to th6 gooJ iool -. l outside. Any man or editor whv at- fw in the assembly w llco l e t : ,n .. ... ;2. I'u

those from JaJaton county bore off .acon. .",I Dr. C(. -lnr'cs., b ve exposes his own littleness convention: We have too nany poli- Le',i. CiLan '.i...'.l. ., .Jc pm
the palm. We desire, to take issue >een on,'innteil fnr 'the .Les.ilatu -Col, Gore has been i:cl.in'i a tical aspirants to hope for a dinriuu- Aciv._. 'i .F' u.,,..i' 5.20Pm
with brother T., and would state that my the D:lmocrat':.-''ofMa-i 'on '. 'iu.-i in, his Cedar Key n.,.-i. ,.-r tion of the number 6f :,uy ,it.io..;t.ius PEN.IN-ULA, Ra.1iLnO ..
the isel9t'del fjrom. Levy county '+-C.inlt. Ja.esoid -0: the stearterr t.:, this effect; "Now that th:. ,...iu- to which they have thie cmdtest co'-. ,..:,
Swer the fistooking men in the aizztdHu:nd:-.stin,'.i:-ot6 ttlic waters '.ugns opening lt every o ome chance of attaining; .and this class .L,:a.i\ alh 1Sp
couveution This we are prepared to -f thQe (uli isgowni pois 1 *w paper) and the Jaeksouville of men will constitute the mj,:iity in l,,.'t,, ,.- 2.20 pm
.. prove, .. hch i.. .!'yii bavoc with iLe ti-h. L'nion." The getleman has gord 'a convention as they now doing ourhalls L',:bl,.:,. .5 2
: ...'. -" ""-"-Thic ,ttmpt K. inute the t.hu 1,allt The. paper that ever'ody of legislation. All other reforms saug- ,rAu..n, IahO .48 pr
-The tomnan Catholic Bishiop ot v .', ,j ; Hl .tuIir .,t p j '.i.,ght to read and pay for is tlhi l-teu- gested caa be had by: legislative hivt.r ,. ptig. .*55 pm
SDow tll, 6iaAdvance-Gazette. t,.,. pm

Brooklya, has hawn. tli" line pi.iity.t ,,:,0' couny hs failed. Ift is said t 'o A id"w h.oldhisdnte,.amendment, without cost, or the .ha- L: ,: W.,,c 'il i., I 'm
He hassuspendd ;,the Pri-et at the tt nis Wllsare stlat Ifour fi enda whold his oi c for nard of bhdvin" i convostitutin more ArrivVildwood. ;"....'.-.o ,.. i.c m
little eoureb at OQeSey Island for ae- eill our ion that a. .. if IL I .
ceptig the gate enney taken one a u in"ude te ice-Gt. Ie to i Ate.. E. Leave Vtir u y. ) e ,
day t the Brighton Beach re '--A recent the in dlatka estry- W.:. ae t,.g,'.edy, 3s ,:,ur W ten to '" 'k'c ._ 0F. e hir 8ai0 .- ,
cour ad has set ba c he tire the office "f the. Journal. Th c t. pora.v" ,.. i 1 elf t be, .... .......
i'., e 'e n sneurr "' -" the fro law'' ~ e w" .-ll

Bj'n... O Hi, .. o ..... ..-. a- .e t ins' l re how- .-t -" u- p the |Or. (In L" ...... : '
i ,i.r.-o a ....i.*d nmLn iin d will, 1be ,.-,? it ,, nc.. ...in. 'athig' t I O e.. .. .... .... lto.. 0.aP
"-me t c ipn- dat.l on 1 I (I L.. 1 c f *- 1 -v. Uhii ..n. 0

"A t -, "-ri '. i n .' ,, I t- -,' t ,t. i .. .., .[ i t c. -, .. .. -. . ., 1 "08
eua i. _._rhn s' t',' i I 'cii.t '.''. i c s cc c .. .., : .1 .'"i A n n 1 ... -. .
m i h 1i. rQa ll ,:. w as. ar .t .. .. ... , . p
th"'e".: .' .niea' -l ,, '| e p t i "* > ": "' -; l A \ -h A rrive: at

,t ..." 'I Da 'c s.t.. "l ... ...i Pr.c -" IaI'. cl' 1 c t'a...i ... id ud.t I o'a+t' j 4 t '- ci' c '' IE -I I f' II c.
is t .. o..R., 1 .;. J .1 the .'.,',. will no ,p d e t..,i., 'It.. .- .. ...- o i ;"
ho, t tow :,,. ...:. and.... .. ,. ... : ... 1 ; r.i.r.l. ,v. 01 '. f. F :...

pay a e s iu ir h 1;1 'o. pr' ..' to "'m e 't ne o, 1 'ty or edio 'l'i I' .. '

4 h',wni *T egor jSr'-' i,-f n hr 1 '--i .' ,-..? c '... n .,[ I ., ', '. :b -/ .. t' *, ( ,, >-
.- a t ,. -eet oL'.D,'if- .e i-, J .. -e d a i ng t e L i d .1 t D- -- t i :i ort:m su Lo.e a .i 'r EoA D 1 ,. r.,
L.- r o iaor ,t he *oifi 1e o d e a f*ro o ...ny e." ,..- .C L. -a W e Y an........ ... F.ra'n ite
t h i ..eg .ca s .d ILt ij Ci s11th of-' Jt. Jil HL ar 'e.nt' s e' hp Lo f r1.1. 1- f l o u d
a.i'. n 4" ., 1 nr]e u o -,odon, r.','we s e -T,- D oc. Ti ct t a. ..p ,, h, t' id..lt. ; ,ns .eo.a t. iw.. 1 0 .i..: o ir ,0 p. .1 in: nd i' .i
h. a.,s, Repul, i s, m a, y ...e, wesee .ti s ,hat e c t ou .t e .,..,_n e t i- end,, no it ..or.. d.' .-. ut.. 1 .1 .. ...... and issue o -. Ge
S- ue a cli O h 1e to 'run ris, who wae s Speker of the'Ho-nse io i, ed, Ke i Ioul 'ge i- New York on..u Thursday, atl05a.in., 4.15

'auwbOg t, o ubeD iac lr,-o .o rn .- '.a. .. l e' -th b l to pE Io Es ae a4 .np .5 .
:do, i the bact of the putoull cad -Col e Aeneauive Ir th xlitta t uegs tr, Dinow i.flic p.tiete t was unise lieiter'E SomaA NTii eEipate With Georgia and Florida land Ste.i u.
d"r". "-p,. oa cerb st 'rrcic. ., -waw o and. b 'o S v ionah ly e -

at it s a upidobe si to vote -he ey West Democrat hi ts ery and deagouism that was sure id to secretion. t- y i .. tha n St. Ma
anerA S Walker the nameth of ThomaD's Ba. to to'return to plague the inventory ao., nsse ronsaohon -- i c.ac b. T i...cf m..' 'iWd0.. a and .
,,ho. -i ,y e pr., e t Eh io a Tri -i o o ,.- .ea n wli mGns to thein:aanA ALLAhya .
hlosre Tjabe.pb lic is,-s Mayore of that ba ne i thin s...h p-eie is nto necessity .out effecting oany desirable endnow, it o ate l a, n4 nd ex l ers hia Steam
we"' "l uni "5'"c 2.2p 3 5 p mn.

city. ar .he eni learn, e r enle Dei crti.- p i to Lgd 1 lawill be used most riseheivously Tc- nrd fmeSa. .a .. a, ,ci d4 1 ur2 f.2 .. -,to e-
haordyo '. troubled V"self enough -Br'*iui a e should the. R epubl .icans atiltal to powO- h e ar. ,D, s, I U. .V BALDWIN, a LA.,.8
t ilit ait u".litih'u t. go t o the potl pand -del,, Anceuii ,-ard tlint a rueroi er, is now patent to all not willfully A o URE GUAi. ANTEED. Ft di to',,'itc Tlahasse at 12.00 i,..,L
vote. adead in hIs thosi anet ltie' blind. It is a maxim that ad miof Trat oents, a seithoan as y nr'ig i tal 'T AT HAWTHOrN "l
the hr hfthouo ctiuh no exception,'"that a departure fro. ness, Goa ions. Nevic U.. i.t., M. T. c-. t Palatla at 10.15ain. and
GENERA L -ftING. f. "k-' it is s, amepesn. s 3.0 5,o p,.,r i1., enan n

H.:. hEa .g. eI p e-Bt icce. law is the beginning of tyrapuny, and r o I P p ndo- ht au C yr E
At'W, aA g r Incidentl u whqr the C'.I apla-ed'edenre tl Taspt he 'the' strongest objection to the fha prenataooe old age, can-s d by over exertion With the Silver Spring & .ee.ug Steam.
.,. eublidiss yoobvered that tIhee it no euiy proposed, that of calling scae-tare'.cno ooveud lu entione whc leads Comany "S:i..14T3 1 ['s

.us ate tbe mentions made of General leal drun.. '. .' by the Legislature, is, that it violas. c"r"''t saa. Each hex contains ,11 day and Saturday afte.inoo, (;onr'Lees-n
.- Lciug. now a citizen of our State, -Brit.ain ha its le a beef and the present organic lawsettling at i- d n.

S ith c iont rd whi. o the-'I! i-, an -- e .-.Biny, .-tese h Ceare itu. o futur e by an t short alc .no .w il dcllar.c e w.A. i te A B rilsT wUAidthcIrelia-c Br ri and"a' f..''. and 12m00 c:, nl 11..I ,.,. :,
vote. i : l 11. t iiraut tretrn the "iione- if the ,*e bhT t .\ isi ,ai t h m i III

*i" l it ti'"It s' 'i c i i' *' IV- I 'i e,' a -.,thco cafc 1 c -i*-ic"-','' .c ,' it :1 i.'' .' I 7 0; n,
S' .n be'.... .t usi. sil mie rho. I mN b'51 ei bacr i m i'si ', t'c' (io, ta ;el ae,

i, t ; '. A t, tic'' l idn! ti e ,., .,taidic '.t'h \lO' ii -h coureopsndits 'b j ,e tio 'o b or' e o W ith h S iler S 'prig 1.4.'' S'elum

*... ,t t-. c.,.l 'li- l. P ... "i... .n .. s .. .

'.'- :v'i' .. ier parts .! .... r 'r .
i.' .''-dia from T i i,...... i,

ifl.. \\,. .id been a part of thte la-
nit Ited I'l l. l, DIi\ .IT. .,I
I". I. lw. lhriitt, a pi t ..t fli t 1 i .,.-w:' ,i.L
L -. ''ck;l'gil' -'s.I. t *. jlti "l? l t t.,I J l':-l
Four't'-.t. lWhe- tht, ilipltuuI-i .v i .d
bpoi headed ForreOt reached tilp river
at the head .Iaf his qlumn, he f44und
t'. hai a atUl. )f t1lie army were not yet
..aeross, aqd lie -t once begazi raising
merry hail Columbia, and finding
General Frank Oheathani to' whose
command this part belonged, pitched
into,him red hi. t, fo;- not being across
t.lie Hiver and oat of the way. Chea-
thai. always fie-y, and nothing lothe,
gavet' 'tort lor word, and soon the
-"'.q 1aIT grew. seriouss, Forrest's ever
Na,' I lal pistol flashed in the sun,'andc
Cbhe: 'lami's came q iikly from the
bolster, both were presented, as d, se-
ious' trouble nq: doubt would have

On, and iiftr l)ecminber 4th, 1881, Passen-
ger Trains will run over the Waycross Short
Line as follows:
Leave Jacksonville.... 9.00 a m 5.40 p m
CcdarKey,tFla.TrensitR.R.) 7.45 a in
S ()ecaia, c ,'" 8.10 an
i (.naiesvillo 10.55 ant
SCallahann 4" 70,lp n
Arrive Waycross ......11,57 a m 9.38 p m
SJessupl.....::.. 1.20 p i 11.40 p m
Brunswick...... 0.Oo p in g.3o a mn
Samvasnah ....... 3.40 pjn ', 2.35 a in
SCharmlston ... 9.10 pm .00, am
Augusta........1%.14 a n 4.45 pm
S' Macoeu........ 7.50 p in 7.0o ao m
SAtlanta_........ 3.50 n in 12.5o p m
Louisville ..... 8.0 ain
SCincinnati ..... 7.0 a m
Washington ... 9.30 p in 9.1o a
SDAltimore ......12.25pti 12u0 a Ph.
N(w York Ili it'i. -1 cxpr -I.) ; Y a rt
New York 1 I't I lc .di i, ni

.. tn ..... ... 49 huirs
,'; (. .. .. %,/ 7: 0 ho n t

'I -M Ei.. l '*
'J'> i:u;L I;ii'.,h ,;,''. .... i i C, ,,, .

'. I c' N d Y DiiWk ing- o. i I 01. .7 i n,.

" i train h 4 ,Iack m...... :.l to ', -.
i. -' .- ..r ... ..i49 h',rrax
t. I../ ,i. .. .i .. . c 4t he n

Only oc Cl..' c-u-'-` New York.
Passengers f rog it, Nloingincory and New
Orleans take the evening tiaihi.
i. c i Tr a. it Railroad
t.-L.. M. i ', 'cr at C t'Z 1 n.
P,. *sn. r- from lint oi JaecksonamillePen-
It '-I. Itii 3tobAlc l'taiirad either take atin
.i Lo. t -i 'l eing 2 2 pn. a. and arriving
. ixi.c n.clit 2.35 a. ru tir train fit Jack-
;'i.tW i .,, t ,in ,,m .1 9 .0 and a, ri ing
a t c. 1 iLt u I: cit 3. 40p. in. i

Connect, ngo at Savannah with steamers
B llti ore ., t. .. thetaI
Only r New ok., .. ,.: ,tvlo NUow Yuorn.

Passeeing ath: rsi Mon ry aitsteamd Ners
hOrlengogalee the oveiitg' pai oins y

it... .c. L-ions urged it Conipalnyn.
. in AsL tor's !: ilding, 2 2 ay steel. a t, andg
at t iik.e, it .3OftiL e, or tr-in at JaiA.

lso at depot it1 9.00 ufi m. a ofd arid
Trans it Ralroad at 3.40p.m a r " ill.. Ce
Connectg ILat Savannah i'th. J tea"e

A-o. N inEJ 1AYTON,

t ( 'Ienimal & Ieatern
for a;Iw 'k. P(ludipia, osion m.
Bvlti ti v I ore.. c : '*.. i"

C m.onne i thing a dateOhnrlsion lith teead
w 1Tronolasfoilo pots by

i ad hp on and Ba'g-ccl
i'" L'tl;e,,t'ro .li Al' o Slepig7.4 C1 :ra
'icit .- d. , tio s .~' .-ri- d i t i'oF61 55y'25

ep t Ti Of. .... n ile,4 3:5.
r.ansit :3alroad atfW.i Gi 73,ilh.. Oe-

c i i'r 2:4') 1-20
*C t L.i 11.-
2 .tOy '. m. I, '.E' O :5.3 li
7 0 I i. t i.3'ii Agen.

a.nive at. Baldnvin 190-45 a m.
Retu' ing. a. s Bnildvi 2F:rM p a, ar-.-
.v.s .a .t a; nI 3hi'.3 dati .making closel.d

i"n toi ans fo FloridaTrans: Railroad
i-. iMneLsrill, ;Jcl, L.- iblrg and Cedar
-i n 5 .' ',i'.r-...ib Wayross S ort 4. .

L.:,t. t ic 'II lal10 il Nothi ad Vest; with.
H. F. mncimalc a nn d .JaIksamuille Railroad'
i-ri ., i,'i -Land it- i ea ers for all
' i ,t i, 'i.tn .,. "". .r.

At Lc1d,'in s tI thiiia Florid4i Transit Rail-
i a l ,. "' t ,t Flu (.'Floidn, ilaw a l l. Riv-
er, or Golf points.
At Li..O. trains "N 5 and' 6 withl,
the. _- .. '.nt, Ditfdan md Wetern Rail-' 7
road i.. -- 7 l. a id it! naah:.. 7.
At Tii -- ir,:. St Harks Branch .Rail
road0 .' [' nCi 'lini. RT,:rL..Iysasd Saturdays
At Chr taii l:ac s JaIkRsoi ville t ..amcl'
.it.d eatB'onain 10y45amd Everingha
. ReturuImc lcrcs BrAldcina 2:45 p nd re-

t-u ir., oinevo sJ.e Oys cla, L urd and f Col-

., .il point No ph tried ent.
W. '1f DA'IDSON,
,nrn:.] iith lnge. for ll
\I "F- l, Ih, I n Rivr. -

road .. .an d ..'nah.

t;] ,,nr iL.. '. -,-. .,. c .. .- ., ''....i ,. \ .. ii'' ,.! .. : ., : '-- L. L lf.'- N A N.' tkA, 1 c A N -
i f l' i l .a ,,- c c t ,c ,' i i 'i Lerl tl O i'c' l Im i .w 'n t 't ii rrl t t i ,t .cc '" c.' ( c ''. .i J d

Sl .o on Lo c th s.o i n 1.. .ti- i .1 1 ..
ic. Ui ,t i i, Ja dOl t l itilizert o ,, '' i 71 ''. l. I N AND COPPER WVORK.
.. t .. body n ii; i cono fute ,. .... ,.,',, ,;.: .,,;'. :' \.. : *.-- ., -. .".E '.,O .
"itc... T ..- .:. Um oioi sqlys (b t i o I (mi lo ion eatco cDeivoe why th v : J)h, ; : i!.! ., '., .. *r '. x c r .u:' F.t u-|
,it.. ,- wants Postmaster Jay removed should e more trustworthy in of 'N'W : 2tL n-.R inT,Ifl Val9'.
d betrust .. e nm iies(le olkicc ci c Itoses to rI' Nor t r.irc.cii.- il. .. tY- *

S.i t hn i ci so t pT,,p )-. rco n e o m b e TL J .h n i. ii 11. oo. j .;.ys TL ,- 1 1 L
Li k.-ic with his chances of a -eleeic- cat a convention, ant I preside Lo l s Ia I, S ,, oo' o. 's l
tion. The business men of Jacksonville, ae deirous to become wembors *re imne 17 A. lIA, ,, .R..ronson. r i, -.. i,t'I. i,., Ji,, '. 1-,-2- 1 ,lr LB V
Democrats as well as Republicans& 'thatbody, I do not know one, who .,' Tgt ,. iz (;, r. L. iu, H,.5:. c--i E '. L. .. .
alike are solid for Mr. Jay. has exhibited any fitness for the task NOTICE. Ho names the following witnesses t. ........ :
his continuous resadecte upon, and i ADO- c'
-The Pensacola Advi iii'-G:..z-ttr. he would assume. I intend no dis- U. S. LAan OFIrEs,. tion of said land, via: QU'II A. PARd0f'cAr
the thunderer ot the We-t, which respect to any one, but the formation ( Oux svn,, FA. JunN oTt21, 1882 L. .i t.,ihi,. Ii ii Hays, i.,vS.Tmidell Uli
.. Notice is hLre hy givcn thint hlie t following g and .IJoa [ .I- I.i, ci,. of Levyvilte, Fla. : .o L
supported'McWhliiet.re' tCor ("o.n r.., of an organic law for the government nained settler has fill iotie f is intn L A BARNES, *
says: "Davidson : not th tOr-,t of a state is a work requiring a large' tion to imiko linld proof in support of his tune 17-5r Register. OIL TANKS &.PUMPS..
choice of the Advance-Gazette, but experience, apd a wider range if fore J M Bareo, Clerk Cirenit; O'ourt, at 'All kind of Ship Work in the above line.
hLdoe h. aorjly21o (82 AfuGeSrGciri., Mnli', 1881. uadrtandrepiratdit shottnrtic.
this journal will support him and see, knowledge than is generally suppo,]aoi .l.. on sa, Jh 2, 1882t W. H. AT s A ., 1ay de d e shot z notice. ,
tsu lp -V: Soloamsn 1B. Folks, i' 784l77 for the W B. ]I. ]iAnsTzx Alignsa'c. (it,
if it can, that he is triumphantly ed; and I greatly apprehend that I W J of 8 E, of Leitfion l3 and NE } of Dear Sir-Hlaving uiced your IH. H. 1P. lnoGibe ,cA call before purchasing
ct" i fr1 Tocns'im"c j St1,,uth lmiante 17;i. Liver Reionedy, and.being greatly benefitted elsewhere '
elected." constitution, framed by any conhven I mc lie following' witnesii,.a to IProve I wish to add my testimonial for, the benefit B. Ai. S~ITH,
: -The Marianna Courier, which tion likely to be assembled, would hiL, iutiinnouis resifleu 11pon, and c(nltiva- of all -.I1.-ii.,- in any way with torpid liver, &.pl 1-0m Cedar Key, Fla.'
Supported Col OcClella n for es found ev en more defective thian thtii of sid li vi.: C Stephens, H H dyspepsia.. etc. As to the efficacy of the
supported Col McClellan for congress foun even moe detective than th s, olm s C Jones, James I) remedy-I found it the best remedy I ever t] week-. 1i a defat home easily
and thought the West ought to have undor which we now live. 8i' phens, .ll of Plesant Grove-. Fla. tried ,being gentle in its action. mUd entire- a e osy ou' at home easily-
had the nomination, speaks of r, T cost o th last assembly was, st. rs trul, iadE ,o C ostlyoutf Minfree. Addre-
had the nomination, seaks of 3h'. The ow. l',1ister. Y. C. Gatn-m), (if Eecctuck'ct. Li m A to tiusta, Maine, apr-I-ly-




Flori d' State ournal.1 The v ie ell. Imngram and Capt. 8. were so much charm- Marine.--Port of Cedar Keys.
O Owing p the recent sic..nesS of Mr. Ben- ed that each cate a homestead of 40 acres th Week Ending Wednesday, Aug. 2.
son, wor has not progressed rapidly on and Capt. Strobar located 40 acres for his For thWek Ending Wednesday, Au 2d.
CEDAR KEY, AUGUST 5, 1882, the Iiveell,. Some parts of the machine obrother-in-law. The Capt. says that 8 R :i. Paul, Clear Water.
gettingot u 5- . i,,red his skill to put nights were spent at Sar ota and h "W
Local Sprays. t in ,r,. b.,. F.,ester, foremani-captured six green turtle. Another Sr Ften NS, eRier
oLocalprm, ; t U t .. t.-, depth attained isboat captured ten, the turtle crawling up- tr ET Re :k Suwanee e r
-TheoRevenueCutter John A. Dix arri- 1368 ee k 4Mt.,btnMoa is up again, the on the beach. S i i Pwn. Hanson, Key West.
bori% he EvCapt. SCrobar reports much rain as hav- Str R T Chafer, Mcilvaino, Suwanee River.
ved in port on Tuesday. bor-.6be cou,,n,...1 through the rook.i l d n a S S Li ,ie Henderson, Jackson, Key West.
S-Dr. C. C Ferguson of Buck's Island i S.S. La' e they came near being struck by a cyclone. S me S Saat.
was in the city this week. Notwithstanding the little adventures of S S A te, Stewart, New Orleans.
The U S. Buoy Tender, S.S. Laurel Capt, Schr 'S Farwell, Hand, Port Limon.
-We ha'd a splendid rain on Tuesday and Cosgrov was in port this week on the 1 a- the trip both gentleman seemed much pleas- Schr lium Ray, Crevasse, C. W.oH.
-weuu~u~i~iK~m~a~wul Aiuaii~ Oosfrovcwas i por thisweekon th an-, ,Sehr ( ium Ray,( Crevaassrevase, W.W..
*Wedlnesay, which was much needed. au ed and claim to have gained much in the y "
Weansay w was u nual rouid of taking up and placing do an d laim to have gained much in the Sehr ( ra E M, Pierce, Clear Water.
-We are informed that Mrs. Sarah Ty- new bolys. Capt. Cosgrove on a recent Schr 1 H Curtis, Hardman, Crystal River.
ner, ving.in Bronson, has apecan tree in trip fron Key West to Pensacola placed The LeConte vs. the Sand Pear. Shr oh, Fog arty, Key West.
full bearing-Levy Enterprise. down oppositee Sea Horse Key, a 2nd class Schr J hn M Culby, Wilcox, Stonington.
S-Afresh supply of accordeans, violin automatic whistling bnoy, notice of was lachua Advocate. DEPARTED.
bows, Jewsharps harmonicas and other me- given the JountAL. A week or two ago, for the benefit of Schr ,J R. Wolfe, Paul, Clear Water.
eicalinstumcnutet received atGore's book .. ......Alachua growers, i, %-.,, t.e that the pear Sehr con, Nash, 0 Vator. "
,store. General Cottrell. t; he Slr Ev Roddia l.-;fe'e. ivor, t
N. N '" A IC!' .. .. <,'I K(:.nK y We~t.,'
-Dr..N..Wo,rigclofton.Thunrs i for -. b. orrather distintinsm -twe n t! LeConto a :, tbo.: ,,derso, I Tap.
W .,CrossGa., where his family is st<,p- rionCol. J.'i.J L. he editor o fPloridian, who10is -I-Io...I. ,,l .
-pi g 'V h l D o to r w m.rill p f r l .h e tin g h., l ,,. e h el c l u d o c .. '. ,h u i e h d se rJ v SnE M' r .
i. tutoioo.-; tho ... .i a a IL Oo, J.
_family back to town. -- of thJ deI tiol) rV 0m ^^, lt lflreeat-
. -The. Eni.urprise tells of : could e'o.h .." i' :, v 1 ** ...* h sd crystal .ivor.
t,- i Vr IL _dof JudgeMcDon l ,-.'*, ', '. ,J M of b 1if. cxcoellie t [ e:' ohkir- j I 1 ..


\ND i',E.N.iLLE:R'.- IN-' ",


r n o t r : .. var,.l ,,oi of x .~r.B ,= ,,;w A D. .1. .. d ,'
r ". R '- ;tUtions to th, cofntfitnry, and th, newsa)- as uL- ur t nd, ;s w( c .. a"S A"A I Jl. IV 1 A 1 H E
-Mr G- O 1**Leddic.-.*r .. u ..... ,: since takc n up the cue nIid it is nw known to ihanc takm pliaco until ye ... .. .. .. ..... i
a visit to Cas Mei hr -. "''-. '"- Iior. 'T ab LeConte nIso rewS -al ly, ATLANTA,k GA., February 10, 1879.
a e i o or "..4ottel inovry direction. W(. &- t 100t1aj vrp .oa I I.a Iron and I.`e rliNd!, 8, D-*t,. Nut- andl 1ath -. Leatlur & Rubber
b is f.l.li,. .. L '. A n ,] h 1 1 T h e eo [ -. '. i, i! sa aS IIU T C H N .S o I &laR n I hW o U se d Lu i & 0 Lbi nx
pleasant to sLrt. that Oc-i is ..... Araulte the General upon his promo- ., lMr V ,,7 I,. .--,... U,'llied grew frei, L.v..iir euralgine" inseveral instaldes, and t,,.! .t. M. l' .:k.ig, A.,'. lflff
la'quitse a rbialth aort.-Ocala Bdi..,.ner. i it,, an. kn,,"w he will wear his new honors r-...,.d ,ntrn._ ..,,, i.\lruary, 1778, ,b- -i,.it' i he best remedy for nmn-, ld9 and "-"2.- "_ .. ",._ *_
.. qit a "lti re .-O n. ,with thqgrace and dignity commensurate ,n .. .u"* -. :. ,.:1 i t ,' -in four years to headed e have ever tried. it i. .. the -- --
--M. B. L;.Boekbhurn of theft. Dade Mes- with the high office. make it spread. The sand is a good pear for pain, 1 tees none of those unpleasant effects
8estger arr;... in town Wednesday from -.stock. The cuttings root more readily thani due to narcotics or other anodynes. I shall O JI
.. noticelo, onhis way home. Mr.Blackburn e the LeoCnte, and furnish wood or roots for always 1 zeep it in my office, and take much
S". adelegate ,o th J ay hasoe onvert- .. Some Fear. grafts or buds of any variety. Like the Lo- pleasure in recommending it to my patients. '
aTallahassee Convn- Conte, it has never been known to blight. G. S. HOLLAND, M. D: --GBNER
: ion and tarried awhile at his old house in A citin of our town formerly a resident 6f Its fruitis roughsinned, while that o the 24 Whitehall, AtlantaGa. -GENERAL-
Mo.ticello. Gainesvile, tells the following on the peo- other is smooth," HUTCHINSON & BRO., Proprietors, At-
S --Whoughttbethoughtofayung ple of tie latter place, which shows to -- lantaGoeorgia. HIPPINPP AN D COMM IS$I0N I MEkR H ANI1
wa etobeothoughtOfayoungt the fears of a people can be Dengue Fever. Sold by J. S. Bodiford. SHIP NG AND I.MMIS O N MERCHANTS
S who wilepiowl the streets begging for dimes aroused E L:----- *** From present ap. -
ad ag insss a of wkiwent We as pearon f the ever AUaGe otinues W A UST A Dec. 6. 1879. -AND DEALERS IN-
A a d f m t h s l a e w e t n i s a c e f h e f e e s a r c n i n e s a W H B A l m F T T, D r u g g i s t A u g u s t a G a
disgusting. ease, otfthis kinds this week. To it to her incther and in perfect.-ealth. The o n l T h V BAaET 8,ugsG. X AD ELRIN
th- credit of t lc ew ttthlc weil ek Tohat to-, he mhe and. in, perfe ar,. The week or two longer, our little city will be Dear Sir-I very cheerfully commend the -:.-
h cditohepace 0ewil0st000at'0-.
hi ,n nreident rumor got at that she was dow wnth Vel- nearly,' depopulated; quite a number left GILDER PILLS as possessing all the vir- 0o. o0o" 'ot.<".:.oo..oooo'..oo0 0 0'oe oooo
he wasa, R lowfeve idordays, squads"E'"people M,,i morning, and others Tuesday, &e. enacribed the" o thae conainr the.
hofever aid for days, squads 11 ay sr&c. tues ascribed to them in the circulars which ,
.TheBronson Enterprise sawthat Mr. B. would assonbte at the gate and (inqirc Th,',-, has arisen the idea that dengue fever Their action is gentle and. lasting. I say 00 0000ooooo ,,.o.,- -,,o 0.,ooo,,,,,,M o,, -o
1 .,Bir cof th placehasb1,t hthe first about ber rendition if she w e ,.l yt &c. will bc followed tby yellow fever, and in- this fro personal experience and fromoo oooooo o m-o o.0 0 00 0 o
ot o new co e-,nbroughtytomarket. Itwas The report got out that her husb,;ni who is stances ar gien, as New Orleans Mm- what I have heard others say who have used AE S.
.. between 50 and 110 pounds. It was raised now logginE up the Suwannee had died phi, &e., where dengue first prevailed as Nthm o better and more effecotual medi- ..- AGENTS FO '
Sby Mrs. Han.son And Mr. Garrison. It was with the yelow fever. The first partof this e i n f b l cine could be desired by those who suffer -ast
good article & 5 p.r.. .ory wehdly thik credible, fo we ima- tan epidemic, and was followed by yellow from a torpi conditio of the liver, and I Gulf Coast, for H JOHN'S A'b"s>S 1;o0l1n Matenal, Paints. e. gl4--80
agood ..uIel U, ht__ 4: pr [,ur,. ory we hardly think rerdible,, f,, we ima- fever. But about as many instances can be trust yon will have still greater success in B
hha 8 ?tands pof Ia. ;,*ne if the people of Gainesville, thought given of dengue prevailing epidemically, distributing so great a blessing to those who _.
il.l suffer from a derangement of that organ COTTRELL & FINU O1W)-
;en-f.,t is s"e ea. t here was aase of yellow fever in their where no yellow fever followed. The an- suffer frma agement of that organ OTTRELL & FINON
.. ^0 '.., which he tWn, ,instel of hanging around tofind o thorities ,.lo tg f a- that the,: ,_ uov whosevul, uV.tino essentialto h**-..., '
',w ea alcouts p about it; they would be vamosingthe ranohe' k,, hgprewt? n,, ot hap- .:. S TrE -EALE --- "
Qj.lV6^^1?"!^ ^ a' jal.SMr. eiur< -eiaM-e. .) hp- J FW1 *
eai $ li ec ni.i ce Ilttla summ oP in every direction. Howevcrour informant pearEnee ,.f AirLERS .and it ma bav ..___-- ... L lIN
ry little timo or labor.-Ent,i- i. a greater man than George Washington been iirl.,,mt,.d. cnr. gbt h.r.' b or Woninn.--How. he Pre-o 0
rn kp w iseen for whie le th father of his Country could trough z,,, c:,mm e i-,hthother lreahl.-._i servI N Ker Heait Deil. G OODS, GROuC.ERIr ES T 1 T *
'.^^ "*-Fur, h, h^ bLcc ha~g not tell a lie, our informant can do it but for a C, t P S
vr IL %I 6 it A ~ V U 0 11316 on as it il r-.t s, h:. it :-,p ..'ar--Lne, at ]%" Out: whoi- Ita. long investfipat.-[ this saL.-
h,-.: I' Id tides. The marsh aid low parts of the will not. West, then at Tampa, and finally at this ject Pi',:. Lth.: result, a.nd is Lppy to iay t n
glio"~~~~~ to lt Tvtc av -r- Women's BestFrindn-" It is
t. ., ,;i,.. oniniur t., t he water have place, it would suggest the idea that it had f..1 Woen's Best Friend." It is -AND A SUPPLY OF-
": .' ,;' .r'',+ ++,:,;.+, - -". .'."' -' i e .1_it, *, 1 l gr,?al. central, all-
' |'- l. .L.... t .l, tide. h the opin- tbu ed Irth' +, .H a,. been brought here, f- it ,- l.y is roa- ...., i r .l e a wog,-. correct, its
!,,as1 ai .1-rtattis Cdh es. Flori,7' wceoni ilarityble tospoh*aie~fteds t c o:j 1..., ....s .'. .......18`2: nole to supp !- I T, or corss." Dr. J. Braifilel's Ready M ade C clothing, Boot Shoes.
4 .1 y .DIS.... .. .. the o.tiS of its .,,', -', acts like acharm inw hits,
Z111n II 7L Cn n odeh orramdual checkin-, or in
'y "-, *.;TSE. S 'r,.. ^ .^.---- jse te callse of Its ,ap- 11 r ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ J lit" 1. ' ol *.d. :-';
) ,- .. .n, Mrs. George H. Richards Remr.t vJ h de ;.'- .'ec then; obtains, ire statg- :"the "monthly courses," TOBACCO AND CIGARS. g .
... 1 ,* ** .: Dtrby a.. lem tet e .. .. a, :.aght to this place-. Now hy t.-n"_ tr troub le, or lik, ;xuases.by
jaldie ...: ,,,,. ...,,. ,.... ,. + ., and 1)+ elss+te rid I,: .. .. .. It". wie u + on't e ost you anyi, g r e ,I I la t i I
11 --. ,lbl.n i ..chhmrAn and, -child, Mrs. Jaundice. wat, Cnd by nhom? Ca it 1w, possible `eer *I '' .a.* i. r .. every in- Give us a ed, it won't ccost ou anything to lobk .,t .kr ro.i v:-.'i auil! ln te
L: tt.:. ,I .., l.t for a fe weeks F r yph alarial .that oul l5( oion sA uthme S, hive f at a y i iii .n o th clever ,d ob n of a yo tsvaci oun1-'1
:a lt ,n ,r.:. t...Ib'u.f., we learn, will time beco""e infueted -iih it and ore the il (ru )at'd lcisive, svin the constitu- '"' "
.iA ] tu. t.iD t. ...i,. sviUL, Ga., where ntr k .. means of t. i .. the pra whtih ion!ro m ?u:bcrlas .vili',nnd promatur j 11 MIfTC LL A fr I r
: S 11so00ce b.,-.. .,* p. Lt he su.1 er.r Annadarca (dropsy). ,h visit? if So n h otrd decay. Prepared byD. Bradfield, Atlan.. TO.. RELL.-
Awie- b.2 .......... .. . ++ .. .. ... ,, t,;i, T.I.I Price: t n~i razei, /'in; lai size,' *5 ; ",1 "- ,^a I %L." t' 'Siz T, l rge 's ize
iv. Robertsf of-k'unswick, Ga, ... n on ard suior from the infections? ,|s., Re $. 50. For S.L. i ,, Aft. ft. v r'
Sv. -' 8anders, of Quincy,- paid us ............ after the Henderson carried our pic me P, __ -... ._. -.
ed 111 aiU on iliursday. Rev. Mr. Total................... 89 3 party out to the snapper banks, didit make Grand lidsuurner- <'Ioing Out WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
`"Roberts was on a business trip to Manatee Deaths from all causes, 3. its app,.u.in-,:' still there is nothing to Sale-1,000 Plan nd Orans
P , ,m u -'an o a nd O r~g an s N/ +- M
S and visiting relatAves there. ,Mr. Sanders, Population, 2,500. cause an. ,.nc to, thifik that thtt was the at _ock Bottom'nhA on Easy 0 00000o 00ooooooooooooooooooooooooboooo ooooooooooooooo
S ',who is in charge of the Methodist harDh Deaths-white 2, colored 1. cause. And s itns,,you may s"3i. impossi- .eiomo. o,; G .
D ah un efv yer,1 l to :I I t L. u ooos .i In p 00
'st Qinty,-.was onh a visit also to relatives at Deaths underfive years, 1. ble to tllmbu|, it ming to .- particu- By o'u. ,ored ,,,ol i" mesin. oo O E R iS ..
'A ^Mana'tee. '" Sanitary condition with reference to loeil lar can:..:. ADd now (hat it Ius almost dis- A small ca'.i pa.)Lo,,nt and balance Novem- 'on .i.... o
S We ae often asked if there is acst am and climatic condition effeeting public appeared from our midst, and the smoke of ber 1st. 1,000 standard Instruments. Ma- 0....... "--"-' .:":o'"'o,:,, oo,,,,,:,:oooo o ooooo>ooooooooooooooooooo.ooooooooooo
': oat communication between this place aid health, not goot. R. Y. H. THOMAS, anxiety lifts, so we can take a clearer view kers names on 1. -AND-
New Orleas. -Weo thiik there is a steamer -Health Officer.* of the field, the question arises, what is to Special midsummer Offer.
No ,lled tOhe "Amite"on the routeatpresent, a m be done? and I expectit is a question haunt- stP NOS, $25 cash and balance November H IIP BIR 0 K E I R S I
*: We. have seen no advertisement any- Conmenicated. ing the most of your readers. Stories of ORGANS, $10 cash and balance November .................... .. ... .
S .whero. 't0. that *ffect and have not EDrroonJoroNAL:-Yonasaythes -I.t m..a luIrantine, and threatened quarantine 1st, 1882. CEDAIR KEYS, FLA
.ween nofied "bY b#ec.. agt whoever of Key West am raisin!, ,:oconuaits onu.I pluo,:. r. h us from points up the road, which is Lowest Cash Rates and no interest. Can't ."ttn
'- 'the are. et we hear it ru rel. l apples at the pepnse it polities. What if indisputable evidence that Cedar Key is buy cheaper next fall with cash in hand. etion ( t i dircta to the peens &t whieh h-e can Rnppy them.
thhy are. Coud they ,,abettorhing? If I considered the'yellow fever gate to the State, in f(ce employ edc through sn mmere.w
-The efforts of thehalidful of citizens of am correctly formed the propri'r o e and every one seems very anxious to have Si idsnm er t 11tlment OIR
S Gainesvillo who attempted to get Fernandi- JonAL are ret hot, .irtniD.g ,ran.' gr, .,s tb., gate shut. Up the road, quarantine buyers. Send for Catalogues, Price List, JiS B OF
na and Jacksonville to quarantine against peach and pearorchards. matters little to us now. our trade has been and Crculars. giving full information. Ad- '- *
S, Cedar Key seems, to have missed the mark: RoO AN REAY frightened off and an unprecedentedly isic dsden S&a Batenn h ute MuGa .' I-
S, No action has b en taken toward qi1arantin- We will inform Rough and Ready that we dull summer is upon us. Then why not sale 1iano and Organ depot of the South. 'EDA" KEY.S. FLA ,
ing against this place and we dare say there think that any man's head is level who will "shut the gate." Call upon the Board of ,----_____
.. will not bo itles perhaps our little couI try turn his attention to business of any kind Health to allow no one to land in our port, : Cemetery. 0 1 I S _T, l T A.-NJD' P-'11AM UA IST' I...
o eosin, Gainesvillt. lild Iav. the .tomer- and not devote his energies to politics. Good without acertificato 6f good health, and of Allunmarked graves that are not enclos-. -
ity to do so. government is one of the senials to pros- non-subjection to infectious or cotagious edw il be leveled\ down if not promptly '
goenm n is. on of th setal op cleared round and~marked.
-We learn from Capt. Jackson that a perity and' we think every good citizen diseases, for at least the precedbing .thlty. uu be ermlt"d on ground not' AND ./E,
S young fUltv bythe name of Post Shanahan ought to feel sufficient inteforest to see that days. If we cannot allay the present'state pointed out by J. E. RISLY e pe'
frill o er.1,,......i, T i,,t I ..i ,iiaday oven- the offices are filled by good and competent of alarm, let us not be charged with negli. ~B7 order of the Coime 'm g ""C S, ttr eeensrue nts eer raeee
ing I, .,, was.l drs,..j The Capt. men. There is time to look after those gefcein the administration of quaranti "l :i.-,i 'el cinesChemicals, Toilet ArticlesurgicalInstumentsSe e Bracese
th.Ight th it Sh., .n .I,, I his had things, b.t o, man shouldkot neglect his ., ,i...,- We must romeibor that it,. Notice. eeeeeees 6eeeeeeeeeeee eee eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee
m [I,.' t s .I,'lr. r, ., r.i .s. -i,i .,,. iby tlhef'all. '. id. p o wa".>'n uii; ,,r pini a,;le p"'e le ;al e .; from th e coast, and up 1, i S d .o ld nil iii .'n ; i the P h W '
t.:h h.. .l.. i, i.i.. ... .,. death. It i 1, ,r ), i. -.rorp':c I orc ir. or any uoLher country, do not look tuponi. this Intt r i itc il & Co.L to ir hos. i' re pt ns carfu y compounded, orders swered with re anU
.4 il,,f i t ,,,,, ,, i ,, his body interest fri thu sai. of polities. du do, :llo mr (, isan we iso the Cu. ,'- 'sh + w!- ll l. ibi:l. -,i dispi t .h The public will find our stockof medicines tomplote, warranted genuine and' .
..u ,11- .... .11... 1 1; in b e ym Iino rtr:u.v<. 6f J b c nse r, ; a it i 6e u i at, the o ,j L d cd ,he bcst quality, nov26-'81
*t .. .,...._ ** ;;j.!?, :, J (.'. +i +e.+' M h> rain.' .y 'S ; '. t~ ,* s**- ow .*^ "J .... "y: h ',^ ,',' i "' '+ --.-. ... ... .. .. ....... ..w ^.^t^ ^ "'_ .;.

l 1, . i l r I l a tt W e d r ". j u t h e .2 ih n t f r : ,n a t r i p so u t h d o al l n o u r 2., i' V L i. t o p r e v 6 n l .th e u i t! o u n^e r e i. i 0'.- "
,. ** ,, i ... r ., ,, COldar Key oi,:tL p t troli.i'r wh.; o nor tlh'- lai, n!bL),'. ductiou o' dJiscar)-. Ev(,eryt !in;_, su ;;!;;;t,. ,.i, '. and',holio'', 'rt,,u ,,u rr ,. ,, i
-' ni .t .. ,- ll ia .a. +: ':, *wont ;a :.rn as Lif tli Sar,.;ctai v. re caution, an [ (xh't'r .i i ;nce. A gret .. (i : ..
,'r ,, i ,. ris. ..e I,.,,' {.eat le on l ,mlc ,ted homesteads bcing in^u .:d r ,,i:,ur I.,r l .it,i nn,; ,r( w,.ay. tll LLL. v i|. ,' .l, AND RETAIL D) \LERa IN '
.I, "W 0'. '-I, ,.T zg:sw ll' '' W : [ iT] +'\

.i ,., ; t l t K& tlt n i':]i c llasnuf wplh the cDni/u.ry. ;houlo !d t,,io .vc.r :'.:d;+ its ah;)]Beara rtt llecer .';d.s r': h ;' '. a'' -' \
,'' .. .. .' t+.. l ,t .. ,r, .'m i'd Tn 'i T h ram bler s;- eiicd O1 Isl of Jun.'. w they t cn j ii not or w hi t'l n t. y ri-' t..ll -i- n .. . ._ __ \ _, Li .. ..
at'..'* W^ w ite there .ia a good deal of sickness made it nearly two months from the time after frost. And our little town, wh,, ,h. '1'. T() .') |1 ..... *.. ",.... .,,.l .,.,t ----. o-----o-- o--o __ o___ o-o 0 __. _O
X.,eI. I. [-rei l is I n started. Capt. Strobar saystheywent up props woald bokno d fteom under ,t P 11-,, \1 -..',.. I lA M
ghile Mr. Watenn'an. was hero the broken tho Wacasassa wher. t'.wo or three days wore ludly, as to require years to replace ;1u.C F'_.._l,+r.*'. -,,n h. ". ...a.rlly thKy l snto elwfee ye.. .. .. .. ..l-^ vasii -iS&^^ &/~a }>L j^ U |g
bone .fever was at its worst If he spent with Capt. Wingate. the hospitable o51-- ._ 0----- lo------- oo------ o--- o-o ,-- o,*
col eo lNve happen here at the present time, Ihst of the Gulf Hammock House, who ... ? E .:r
ht.wnw|lbeimprrsed with th ideathat the' took the party'hunting a fishing and did Board of ealth. c- ...L. I .',uI L .a .,:| i. Si 11
as~xhe ]r,,._- -,,:r, "'-. It .t,, I. L'4,..1 AND IIAI L KEY u s INA

health of Cedar Koy is at least as good as everything to make it pleasant for them. 3E IT foDAINED, That the Health Ollic,:-. t .:." ",'.,,. .ii In|.,t', r- E AR KEYS, LA.
any of lie .interior towns. They next stopped at Bird's Island, Point a he is hereby required to rypont t,. t R,- 1. 1-,,., i l,'. ,hT.,:tv.rT A. SPECIA AE LT O =
S -Co. Gore, of. Cedar Key, is a very in- inalis, where much fun was had in killing e Prsient of the Board of Health th ,: -T"ll.l* 1 paly IAL ATTENTION PAID TO ORDERS
dustrions man, and is reaching out for hi birds and fishing. AtthisplaceMr. Ingram hth gr ,nd never fail to give satisfaJ-
fortune. He is editor, iewsdealer, ciK5 met with an accident which marred the cases of sickness in Cedar Key and .1tsnac ,t. Sn ''1 Coated. Large boxes, con- Give us a call at our New Store, corner C. and Second Sts., july6:79
clerk, boardof health clerk, State and eoun, pleasure of himself and the Captain for a Otie with the character of the diser,.- ,-,. n-' 2 Bewant Forf cle by au m-- DAl

ut noe a pl -aher Havin us a while. In handling his gun it accidently every Wednesday, or oftener if any cs,:, of I i.h,. The genine solution of Co-partnersmlua. PJre oEnly
ested his first watrmlon-ad it was went off woundtinghim in thebreast. From contagious or infectious disease should or- rN 1C. WEST & CO., "The Pill Ma- wThe partnership heretofore existing be- THE VOLTAICT CO., rh,
green, but heh ate it nevertheless and deo- the copious how of blood, Mr. Ingraim cur. ,-h.r I 1a3 W Madison St., Chiago. twoon J. L. Cottroll, tD. inlaysom n and Mich., whsenDao.DBEsLTCO Marhahll,
ttrcomeit bh he evern w inrth t! ngea r thought his time had come and so did Cl- BE rT O aDrINED. of 11all ].bC lk 1. SKI . ..do*l Fnyou, it i doCed y FOr Lt dANs Eo mn (om o

hiel.from, a gourd.-Pensacola Advance- tain bat it did notturnoutseriously. They practicing in Cdar Key are required to re- N. WOOLDRIDGE. mutual consent. J. N. Crevasse retiring old) who ar- a-idawito mervous oi
Gazette. went to' Capt. A. Miranda's where they port daily to the Health Officer from May, to 1-1y) Druggist. from the firm. Lost Vitality widMaho roudebd indred
If the Advance-Gazette has set out to give met with every hospitality for 3 or 4 days. 1st to November 1st, all cases of sickness iluical co.tiue ethottrel 1d D. Finhwson will troubles, guranteengsoedy and copIe
allthe offices we now hold or ever held, Capt Strobar then sailed for Manatee where and their character coming under their no- Mlusical Cottrell & Finlayson; assung tlallindt-" ldrs10soasaove o. h.elt ano manly vigorr Ad-
why not state that we also hold the impor- Mr: Ingrain was placed under charge of Dr, tice. IisIdical edness and making collections for all ac- asthirt dav 's N iro reyqudtis tlt-urrnel01
tautposition of J. D. in a Masonic Lodge? Casper who soon brought him around all Adopted by the Board of Health, July Instuments counts duw the firm. w aystial ts owed. juneR0-y
Why .not give us credit for all? The Ad- right. Ater things were again lovely, sails 25th 1882. F. E. HALE, S nter lf ll' inents 'W.D).1 I? NA"cO, 6'16"n o own town. Hom,
vance-Gazette seems prejudiced against us, were hoisted for Little Sarasota, where Mr. Secretary- At ore's Cook Store. It Cedar Key, June 7tlh, 18o2. t, erT & C, Portato fi n ddressc le.H
t'acletr ex-sselilynan and ""*i andlnd Man p-l


Domestic Fancy Dry Goods, Hats,

Nov. 6-tf. preNext door to J. S. Bodiford's-drug store, CEDAR KEY, ,LA.

R. M. OCAC -R.K ,
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oas Adppetite, Bowels costive, Pain in
M Hee, with a dull sensation in the
ack part, 11tin under the Shoulder
rination to oatei I .. v'; or mind,
rritability of teom or L, o w spirit, ,ith
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ear,lart:t .i i t W kin,
esadaour r:- .' t.L ._ : ht h yo,
Tolorod L~,ult.- ts rart'-

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,remedies Call 1wentU fro r s to. f;;iio
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most note a stc succ-hestfl CitLs i a t.8 .

Ad. es.- DR. WARD .& CO, Lenuaisia. Mo.-

Oran-rges "eoi
WeakneT, Oonorrltoe a SiItic Tend i. reu1 hR
with onto and .ure renlediec. Coil or write tee .ioa cf Qoes-
t* a a il to b o *au wer e by t o *y o de *iring treat ent ty naisl.
Sm1d learn emtething tI their ado-ia-3*Ie. I.i* not a i rui .3B
Address. D1 BUTTS, 12 -. Shl, St. Si. LIoi lc.

For Illustrated Circular. A Li-ve actual Bust-
nt (n School. t)the "re: tio 9 y,
orange Gr ve

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L'ave Taypa Sunday 10 a. wn. fLeivo', Key West 'i
Arrive at C- f Keys Mond ay 6 a.an, t. i-. ,t l -oday .u
Loav / Cod,. ..... A l. ti .a arrival tain. .... 'Codar Nc o- .. ,,
iat aKy West AVda'eiy
Arrive at 'J., i I I"', .* p. m. i,, ft Key I@ost Wodnosday,
.Loave Taminpa tVodnesday 1, a. Leave Keoy XYost .. J: .1. 6
Arrive at Codar Keys Thursday l iq. il. Arrive at Codar... a.- -: l6. ,'

For Frieght or Passage apply to
Feb. 4th-79.


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itaAUFAcJUliiwiATHEDr.Lh tisLCC 'IiflS.iLT LU'. a.i.w nl i.A .LOUIS.

I have just received from Ne v

York the-largest Stock of

Ever brought to this market, Consisting of the following popular serait
of Boohs: McGUFFY'S READERS, 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th; WATSONS
INDEPENDENT READERS, 1st 2nd, 3rd, 4th' and 5th. /

- .1882.

The .Ite 1875.


William H. Veitch,





The Flo-ida State Journal,

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J. IRA & F. S. GORE; Proprietors>
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The White is the i,,,, t. coostructed
shuttle Machine made.

The White is the lightest ru:inig shuttle
aewing machine n.de.


The White Iitiiif lass noisei than any other
machine i mado.


SThe White has ho..largest space under 'the
arm of ;.ma;, t, L .it l l. made.


The White has 'i-', i.lHmi. which
Luension can li, adltere1ll without re-
moving Rit rom theo rao.


'The White has self-stting nooeedle.


The White has the strongest double feed (on
both sides of i.., I 'it '.'. inily machine.

Tho White is adjustahleo in all its wearing


The White will do the greatest range .'f
work oft any family sowing machine made.


The "Whit.e it uni;urpassod for durability.


SU-C's R I. IoIrO'i(N T. H A. S:

One Copy one year, 2.oo.

One Copy six months, 1.oo.

One Copy three months, -50



The JOURNAL having a large circulation along the Gulf Conast. and in.
and the Adjoining Courtios, makes it the best advertising medium for* th
section. Business me: will fin. it to. their interest. to insert their' cardaj
its columns. J,


From all sections is' respectfJI, 1sol..it.:,l. ,,specially from .difrent Iarts&ft .-
our own county. All matters Ot inbtrl':t will 'iE published vwhen-.reppied. *.
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Note H (eads,

S ; The White has the most complete set of
-" i usf.ul attaA'liients of aly machine made. .
,Sn6 ofus-.haviug had cvoroal ,.',rs S P Le t t -c "
perience in planting and C 6, t,t.',-,", 1 5 H ead |
.. olT r our servie.ca top t. .
Lkin. ,F business attended to. '
Wo-can buy and propai. 1 i i' F li VE CLI

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pineland about Archer, ",r i "- .. .
pi ne.\-h-'." L,,l an. .'d Reader; WEBSTER8, ,Crunno.. .

Orange & Other Fruit Growin mHi.gh'~.b,,,i Dictioaries., '
that canu ,be I ougt at 4ry ill a 'o tWE CLAMf Bill iteads,.
pr e., quite _, 7h1 good, v,.t1r and "ear l
lailrotid station. For [ er particil s .r That all our claims are ii co'lr'ovrtabl, "
,.1u. .LIF E HP -IS'j OR&IS S t 0 .
ti" I-: 1t' -1.i,. A 1 a.hn Aa Ceo C., F11,'. HJI } o t "I'.S
S. .. _..THE Monthly Statements,'
1A it WIL L TT U

Archer Nurseres
s iC', tivtcio awI helVp o,.n
a tale a. e ita'ge a;', :i n;t
A %
Suited to Florida and.other Southern States.
s hh. li.1. & OrnamLuetal Trc1' Vinl'4 at';.,,
' <.nr.i!., ofabout l0,(0)M) '".nr" tees-
swst d111(l sour altl O. aI .o1bhi
swaet and sour stocks, of host and most a],-
proved varieties, i... .. the new Sats'u-
lini-n l.ii w' .,nt linem stock of Lo Coente
P( Ie i .I ..., ic new sorts of exotlltene.
with the Peen-To Itcach axl ofthier early
andlater varicti.-s. JIPpaic-s Jtrsiar iiolO,
Jappan Plum, Quince, Nectarine, Almond.
Fih, Lemon Shaddock, Gra.pe-fi'nit PoI.
granlite, Gaiva, a&.. Send Ifo: ricr.' .-t
otier lpart'.culiars to
On(-hallf iile .;ollth-east of 1. Ii..A tinio, i
t'ayl3-jf Arhcer, AAlaulia ('ta., ii.

1 1A NES.A 'rS il'Cef hatc.i'St s ah U it' Sta t e', iL's- h. n .' .uni- sit tipver-
Isal lHitory.

The abovm books I have in quantities, by the dozens, atnd .can -' I.'
one in a inomiont that the prices are the same as tchargei in I i.


A pood aLsortment of Blank Boo'ka ;ays on hand; alsO,

aT 'n a- a ,,x t 1 ,p a t


Five Years.

Ilr ;iE]TO by

S ia; h ,,ie C.'oun'r ]iT ';' S, .arc',


Al]. J1. ( 1N SON,
La. 7 ly Ceda"r Jt F laY.

Bills of Lading,

Business Cards, Wedding and Visiting Cards

S r' onefi n AL, SmZrE',si

Al 0 '3f OPF y ALL SIZES.,

c All ork caone in a n eat fiiuter, tatul satisfaction guaranteed.

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