Title: The Daily Equator-Democrat
Full Citation
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00086520/00013
 Material Information
Title: The Daily Equator-Democrat
Uniform Title: The Daily Equator-Democrat
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Daily Equator-Democrat
Place of Publication: Key West, Florida
Publication Date: June 12, 1889
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00086520
Volume ID: VID00013
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 01556730
alephbibnum - 002042453

Full Text


VOL. 9. NO. 270 OXED T FLA*, NENES P.ILL U. 18 .
N77NTP RO DBD W T, LA ,i oW DillegateSI to .I0 M. IQ ,8 8 .nin
ONLYIAJNS M AIN. AnT LAyST I* A T ,o lwgua1 o aj U LI ALLOfli Ise sIn a 110B thlBi tha
-- iw YOnAfteri At in'0 dJay mmberl who Lfive in the ity no exception to any other in this reapeoct
An Enormous Almnount of ~rport.y a t A Empty Bot long ng to last evening on the t.msd olp olvete to The 80 9 oXcating Drinks For- a u teo h atv e b, wrlavoren by rI
Dstroyed by FJro Al i N. rrf _*O, rons of, hi s flthor-aw, the bih mark SIghted at SeIa atte.ldi the Tampa Distrit Convention 4 have b.en rt oy f1'r", "I." ru' a,
D sr e by Ure +o at iigbhwood, N. Lmnfls L Ph. 1) 4 D. ,,.
D.1stroyed by Fair IIt New York, Gnerr a the Methodilt Xplaoopal Chureh whioh con- ,on..ox ltio P o)Le, Yo.tk IR.IIMATISMI t
ITH EE..m... he" ; ex . WU So1h E ST ImATS U R" 8(,."fnonton and Eaton streets, In Ibit FIGBd, n,, N ii W" '
SMOKE hisvhystalan, who Bopbybi -ity at 0 o'clock to-morrow fiiorntin; also U by 1 :ug *Bt i ollrMc lhll
= ".. atmi Th -tooeet ,,v, the tp. Th %M tha neof our citizens ith whom they aDpt A, owholesome, nor did y a
The Insuraese Companies Will 1 t r uble became paounted about of&toe siI xat*4 wwo. te at Rhlline en ataln (y. mrury or delotrious
Heaviest Losers-oa. Ware Killed be went to h~s ~AI~ ble~ h two w~eks Igt o *", Osp' W* F W.J4 VP ii $060 r. W. J. Whiddef, Aro. A. Clark ut-Wou ctiee of ath. wil give 'ree Lato e oW S OL UN *
and Soevral .inure -l e t ase Hi last visit w" oTue lay of last wook. PMotesI L and Mrs. Harris, with Geo. N. Nottago. rIe.retlt n raw KMo re land. ?pT :
Sta rtete in a lns waetory. This mimtestation s will power surprh eed 1Re .... .. ov. J. M. Sweat and wife, with Mrs. '' Uivanrrt O IB oou *n,
- mthe physilcians, but they never tioubtil the wt, April 90.-"oe 6 Charlottey $tiokney I_---. .. ..Iviiwon" tlt+, Kan., April 90.-B.TI.IT 1 uith tro a L W
twoeoutome. If i v 15 R Black aiwl wit, with Mr.. Mr. It. 11. rnor has placed y 5
Nemw Yoarc, A4pr --A flraextedingl .h At audible w he t wo "I o apt l Tl Richard Rober (e). A ollector of it revenue for the season Ito forhnpl o tbe svea ae,. .
from Ftiy-nintb street to TSityfihfth street ^eyes #pen yTphe Tha s, Iren 0 awu hheiarttived =d ,BO. A. A. Robilson d ritnle, wi ." W. Khot of Kansas, which cludestio Indian lolnos manufactured and abtd under the s f1
and from Eleventh avenue to theNorthriver An "I vt1OT at for nlgs seme news relative to the fate of tU H. Williams, (1), torrltory, has boon instructed by Commins. $orf l = iguation of Wurnor' f
front diblmorodanage than has been before wh 'wlotnghtitve Isunderstood nd 700 people on board the abandood Danmark. leJv, J. I, ianson, hupt. of the MI?. siotner of Internal Revenue Mason to prevent mediUes. I have investIgated the pro-
wrought by any one fire in thf city during maligned n' _pil._.o .... 0 kon sports mtot Apri U4.ho loinlab.nb wt .., .tu.laut.he lo of liquor inOklahoma Deputy Col- O8so0 of manufacturewah aroondoted
tho eonty .i.enry Q. Person was b nl 0this l In s lighted w lifeboat painted whillt On tl HOT. L. 0. Sale, wit eA, laml, 0.awyer. with ,xtremo caro n aeccorde to thea
Prog erty estl,,atol as bel g worth fronm of81e00ilid a6o eai.l the ci.i ill stern, In'large blaoc. letters, was painted, Bev,, D. A. Cole, wlt. Mr. john Thomp. .or R. N. Gatoe will leave for Gut rie, ,a beot methods. I have- k nn rom the
d$3,11M,00 to $,Nn,000 was destroyed, and distributor and stamper, and n opoe Be, Thrower. Mrs. Amanda Mar Colleootor Aeors has sworn in for special er- in the preparation of these moediines, as
one man lost his life, while several were mmre 180, be was appointeassitnt olerk in the The boat was seen in latitude 4. 18 N. and tin, an Mr. Orr, with Dr. F. Kemp. vice In the new territory. The Intention i well as the several medlo ise wi Uh ilU U
or m sovorely Injured. railway mail service between this oity and .longitude 87.50 W. The location s J ust 88 6 Bev. G. W. Bellerspd ifo, with Airs. that tho ftroe of deputies shall be on the they eter. I bhave also p hurchod from
The Dead Rad injured. Wahngn.fHe was promoted to theoed ad d50 W. o where four days later the d re V Tay lo ground li advance of the boomers, with ar. dfforelnt druggists In Ithis cit Wrne's
The names of tho dead and Injured m clekBM .i ..87 n utermhp nmk waa t elly . with Mrs. rangements consummated to provont the Mi, Safe Rtemedies," and a9 ~e r l oul. h ay t
oi.wI IThonTis L. James Wlt.fath.r.-nlaw, the I.man liner ity c hester.. -M a .. Watkin. o b liquors at any c o est, a.d with full authority,- ntlon Ild t.u cu 'h fr. f. _-
f llo... .. whowas thenpstmastor RNewYork, mado oe Sgn ofr X4 iv. T..M. Stricklaed, And Mr. Carlton, "to adwlthfutt ondom l Q d
tonry Bonatng, crushed by jumping from him uperI tendet of males, and In eoveam- i th Mt. John Robert a Mr. to use the military necessary to oompel an ani ,
a third story window of Wilcox's lard tao. bar of the ae year he became voting assist ,The boat app to have been n the E. J. Holmes, P. ., and wife, and observanco o tho law. S. 4 ATTMaro Ph. LL.
tory, dead. .. ant ptraaster, and later he was promoted to water for a d,y or so, at the least, lorguson, with A. E, IIusehollor, To Conflseate the Fre Water. Analyst of dd Mi New ok W U I
Fireman Tobin, overcome by the beat and be a full fledged eolstnt postmaster. In were no signs of lito in the boat. One 'Mv. O. Curry, wife and ohild, with AlAxANSAs CIr, Kan,, April 0.-Mar. State Board of Healt, Profosi of
taken to Roosovelt hospitaL Io has rooov. 1881, when r, Jame became postmaster broken oar was in the boatt. The lm Ams On m rry. shals Jon, of Kansas, and Needlo of the henmistry, VUversity of ohoster, N, -.
erod suffloeontly to go home general, Mr. Pearson was nominated for pot- rowlooks were In position for u unr A boat Rev. Joseph Anderson, D. D., Editor of Indian Torritory, are in the city, anl an. t 1ir
Fireman William J. Noble, of Engine No mastr and was confirmed by unanimous vote hook, rusty troan ex r lay by. the ar the Florida hristian Advote, nou th ioe. cannot think that of th stand, 1 OW
V, living at .No, 4.0 West ty-firt trt, PresIdent Cleyelan n spte oftheprtets ao the o y.e E. Tynor, with Mr. Daniel se to .on. ane all liquors brought i the wpu 1U ;L Warme ereuntrua, .-
shoulder was dislocated and ohsllotly over. the party. It appeared ait'the ople o at had tfo Bethel. tMrrtory. These instructions are based o a an wenow hav that m' authority to a I "r
come by the hoat. Had his shoulder et at In his thirty years of.pbllosrvice U' merely been In the boat hadbeen plokedup LAT DW ATH. rulgf the attorney general thatOklahoma say to our readers tht i absolutely and F
the hospital and was taken home, He sla do- Pearson's total absences front duty did not by some paying steemship Mr. A. D. Young, with Mr. Jnboze Pinder. Is within the limits of the Indian territory, unqualifedly true in etery partionlar. *
Ing nicely, amount to three months. At various time At the time that the Mnneota sighted the Mr. Jas A. Moody annd daughter, with d that laws pertaining to th iale of in-
John Johnson, of No. 570 West Forty.aeo. his health broke down, and his friends had to Danmark's lifeboat there was a heavy sea on Mr. Jno. T. Bawyer. toxiating liquors within the territory apply Reported by G. 8. Palmer, Whole le _
ond street, had one rib broken and was In- uall their powers 6t persuasion to induce and a nasty wind was blowing. Otheri e Mr. L. P. Jiles and wifo and Waltor to th i Ootion. Commission Merchant in outhr rus
jured Intheback. h Sh o eve .tke-ow days res At his the Mlinnesota would h ve ploked the boat up Frem, with Mrs.. Uarriet Thompson t eight ompanies of iaty i tanoad four-of 1.ve.. 8 strot, Ni L L No S
rod. Irn thehanck, .... ^.home Itwas frequently his custom to work a breughther Into port Mr It Blount, with Mr. Ned iob- cavalry are In the territory to easi*in an Veg. 1n30 ste ew e I II r
Arthur M.Co.cy, a r.tea. of Engine . far into the night, only seeking repose when The litfe boat was hall tub of water. A erts. forcing the laws. Naw YOa, April 10th, 1889,
oil the endg the pier a thoroughly exhausted. to ledp he head sheets JRu C. Harrison and wife, with Want an Increase of TerlIto y. Late arrivals of Southern v geta. s(ND-
o nitt etd wa resued bh he tooter Csfty- e Floatin aboton the top of the water in the Mrs. _F 1LGI lvons, A moustor meeting has been hold here, and from Florida and Savannah havebeen me-
ninth str etbd wo ad ha o o To -L e a t were to be laa ge pieces aO cigar Mrs. A. M. Stmford and Mrs. ev. U. the following memorial to the president and Or le out of order owing to
Mary Murray, 50 years old, who was look- ioavow, April 20-The Lynn Item says: boxes. Bird, with Mrs. Emmna Roberts. secretary of the interior issued t weather, causing steamers to arr t
g at tho fire, lost her balance and fell from "It is reported on good authority, and the At the 01 the Agents Mr, A. W. IIondry, with' Mr. Alool The dried, by authority of a meeting of ort several days over de.'
the fire enslie of her homo, No. M4l West story is credited by sea of his prson At the OBK c .f tShe Ao ents Mm Aar about onT e thoudr eby authority s on lg a ot ig several days ovea r due. Yterday's
Flfty-sovonth street, Is at toosevelt hospital, friends that the Hon. John Alley ha l bat- xW Yol April 0.-The dispath re are. J. M.about tone thuand persons, intl tdl t a ood avanna until veamery late Ino an ap- .1 5-
whero it I. forced that her skull In fractured. uisled the oflt judgment In favor of Chsater solvedby Me sers. Fub olde ye& 0 and Sarah Rob. tutre, India t wtrs. rao fuiaow that n poor thy f der, but ai hoteo dtkh [ day I an!

rc tl aeutn e, hoa poreo ryes rpfyo shoow tha suf wearninpoo r orbery bute al .hoey st o
Tritole Snow, of Harwich, Mass., and this celebrated John lbsh, the local agent of the Danmark, Srhs Roberft s.nate a It Is oOervarveily estimated that by the 1A1 met with ready sale and At h
The losse, according to President Chau- and what looked to be for some time an In- Iproved the meoam of rebuilding their fast One seamr front a Matoie, rbnd ar Istat there will be more then u five thousand, ot oes sold yteray e xtr li.

o ena i toparrivto cable them ey Th eio tlo ofTe o thetoIes s 1 a
cy M. ofinpw, of th NeW York Centrai and termiable baso is th closed. It i as m, hoe ta or ea h of te oonr front Clothar Wutr Harbor are ex.s the sd I olg to a hirgh ea a1.50 to 5 t. Foli

sr 'otiM Ai ll ey wi ll sotl r etPt bur vbg nate r owc te pl ie a t w andee re n se I eekme with ap n pofrinS nohroqet. ro ug ot ta Me --o ional om oe 1 t. t*o $ a
ln iver railroad, re as t follow : stated that then other poslble leRal ed hupui- to sth ta an e be po r time dung the lay ho tehi e0 ia o ra 3te. F o h
Neow o rt Cntral, o ao 00 in beyanee0 waiting the fnalouteomve aof the with whh w bou it thee is n the ofe o. d ity Is w naeuate, g a lo t of 4,. avanah ad Carton abbap e .o0 t
One of thu daily papers presents the follow- boon made boy his son-in.law, who recently manned. The performauo given by Miss Nettle mcr e, d ed to to 1.75, Florida 7 h~6 wo
litng tabhl ns being reasonably near the correct started for Europo to join Mr. Alloy. The City ofthf Cetenr ae the derelict Onion t to the We therefore respectfully petition n behalf to

ntio ic haesteamship on the Sli, four dAs a fter the Od y td F s Opr a s sad son, ad t sy wa by h eo It. hue l.h ton 0on0 tro ham n y.
itontgeres Twarho as, oen tohatlt... w The Wreck of :t n there Maraei, u noota foll in with the ifoeboat. The lat night was w ell tronized o th o aid meeting to meot the eugen e boats e1 to 1 pe q
l nreo e .. WTO .Ai ,- our d ensurmethatthtemhipmusthve t e-go, a l of whom s k in te as1o'n .T..... ..... 00,0 NO I, Arl r ode on smie o the smhi st a hlges al o omakI theaoth e o notable secretary may permit Nw potatoes are vesy Irreau

a .................. m have b it recvmer tront the wred k of th e booe n aan ed on the od, when stl in faOir hIgh est prate of v performance, though arteah, eand that they he rserbd to be named ise c command full marketles, For
T tvao rA, it p .................e..... 0.0o0 or,.E orottl h henry tnor the of Car pt e. o ndon.i t tWhym, w h n omoror sr tCr reorue to di ucis. *erg thrortl a outh uth. fair 6t es o
,,,o., .....-.......................... 1001) 1 MU-IM rst-. f 'dA

derfu is tant.nc aS ryed agtract more b lli nao k yllowsle fev tteolean otr nodw. tD-tt M .W . .wr ....oo. tn.i. tIe aid tao t yuthirle whih weold gved *lv s agas.euoo dd emrha ndn eo
ro ntelm tor pr si. t on or u ato f o, t ot da nd. t e s *ele .. w on t o
t.,tulpstou,.r h............ ", dmlUght',o ,-Md aM Van*to., ive daoy ys or a.nro, is d ... .. i u h ooarfeteui) J l b p o4rI ileb 1b*Iaden.Coot
nikr ew ..d..l ... ................ o M,0 te vey uotlo I. rrd P h n A Sn t a om0 ,Pa t 11604

Aliu .ngnalt5 t ..l c the sT .iarm.holnw ha.. ion oto hs Jo n r aBo the gneat l atho rt0 ph agent o e Pin4r orx or Although Mins l Bell in W orinxsa en S< 1 p e b t
,* ..t.01w ando theat h................... ... Howarn has no tit 0e d00to0pw ttdlvr Bonho th eomrs t Ma tme toion was unioded ci tho stage, yet she T. Vos Ho av 0. its oa flange l t rit &
fllfc,. ...n.. ...............00 will mar sea chfor It. Taet e twi wll change think -that otook Pilace among ol along with wIn perfortanoe tarqd enh W, vmr 8.n ST, pi.eullo firuia sesl e o .t ried,-- olp--n u /

t.,h.e....t M Ie rd o o e proved a total lofts. r the passngers, and t the t ofulors and Goew wt Riveorn e rqu dnt- Th e mo loiyn firlu t selet ed 5 t 1
wo ............... w r.e a. a, vl I'll, two or throo eharacters In 00 to oby neanledu. box; bmite hetoad mixetod 10.24;Ee

piM lt up to Nkyoaw on-iw~. Yk hrld m ersg Inean at o tnher arnM senasl. Ht ime a native o South Care an aBerage$moth xwere e om tery to g ive why to their kh ilinStepe rhtn aett E.0 tNo R O u5 a g
werl t o toke to the e as ut nprout dtifloulty. 0 PunxaoL, L T., April 90.-A brisk ongag- n med75, ..-
Expelilgiedt men dlffor greatly In their es- Ruussia to Doeanmmn a ;.Ilg Indeaity. to t the Iffeba Ian ahty depart., ~towaroIa to heable to aunounoc that meant took place between Chief DoputyU. russets $1.50 to *q. tF
timnatre It Is nissolutuly iml-xllljo to learn ST. PuTmnsinuna, April s0.--It is stateod ure such as would follow a pano, siome lives Miss Nell e Onion hrs Ii Prime strawberries from ]loida 3, to
anything dellrte as yet, Som think that that lire litiam government will demand remain over an gi lovers of flue two of the latter were mortally wounded and $20 per quart. Chaleston 20 to 20 )0.
the total rimisag, will amount to fully 4$,000,- 45$,000 rouldes froom Franco for the latter's ihis Man Is Hopeful. theatrical talent another opportunity of several of themndilbled. Early in the morn.
Oft. bombxtrdmont of iagallo. A momber'ft the Marltime Exchange sid enjoying bar splendid actiug, andl has set Ing before the camp wasstirringa lgeparty The sohoonor Now Port, Capt. Gay
fcThe a n oro y or the Saturdayy ht tos thre wh night for th per.e of Sttlers with thitaa wprlro sen hoonrs rm Kn y Largo, area at Jio. Lowo '
irogi adAbout4 p. In the lard. R tu even now As what h formne, lr notice of the entertain- forded the South (anadan river end dlsa. wharf this morning witl a carg f pn "
facorI Wilct Iat l refinery, and a n come of these people i almost worthlest. mot I appear in notho r su of ti paednth rollingeountryin th direction apples, tomatoes, oto.
tl'mlinr wat, oom.ltetey groo soaked Wlliam Wood@s, of Pitisburg, hmas been re. They may he one some'saling voesel or wime mha o- orthr ard lth lngcuntr th r, t o et -
Itrrathe ra i n o ted to sanity' by an operation performed slow stoam hlip bound for a distant port, or ppr. of th ne rritory. Chlf Duty Ar Gr imt C
a 1 lilt the city poyrhouso, whereby a bIig shall, with twelve special oflodi, stasrtod in A Great Ilattle
Rivr rio Nwn ir Centra l and Befr ice o they ay have been taken to the Agorea It PE.RItSONAL. pursuit. Five omers In charge of three ii o l
lon Rivs srnllir was in lms b madsbefor skill was cutout and remove and the press, isha to understand why thoy desertedthe wagons were headed oi. andi son blaok to torn ntilmaaliy going on In the h
on a smaller ot o by hd lso caught sure on his brain relieved. neighborhood of the Damnark if they have Mrs. J. Cnrr an child returned to the Purcell. to The demon of impure blood strives
flre, Surgeon General Hmlton has received not boonpscued. Fori thsurvived astrn island on the iictto Inst eveng. Tue rest of the coloy was found behind a o oglan victory over the onsttuon, to
Tens not-tis slandof people watched the word from his, helth i nspet or in Fl orida they, or ome of thman, onght to have b.r. rl trde In a ravi. They opened ire ast health, to drag victims to tHe ooI
mag, ifl06snt elntele all night arid great that there, i no yellow fever there now, re. vivod it too, Mr. W. S. Albtr hrehirnod to the oily goorir eliable wmedionli 11
1.l.gn.flecnt sgll_ t, A._. L- o t has boon ted spibto o tl- ol th 6ene gnr at ofe of cal ut n a nd fa oredInt to dofoa o

S.molsy tli.lAwtnel tlit.ltre bonte are contina. "0" -r, 8onewa iesll, aonend on the Alabmani When the 1', Wa 1i71 OU the ouety. h .: Boq.
oslvy npeftrg wrtosor Ws t enok ort G1." Qooerge WIoh. Onta Insad to have lattr w k by eaeto b a fte llSltd. h oilt- -On the outh Beot boteh en "b ew 'the
hs Fn em tne ,% o n i it to hide all Dtme-ate caed In one o te bt Ton e- Mis Louisa Law, augmlor of Mr. Al- Monios, Coo. A 0.-A great land- houe valuablt arti c lon lf the bat, & W l
woi mi be it enutle the re. eterfts -to w Athtnw from llho G y Itire was opfnt "iikn te on t.o fred howo, returned to the city yoster alide occurred in tho Black an on and blar ewe e &
would )xr (itislyweti a ,of thojTrW.. vetommin towWithdraw from stho Gmand Arity bla Ji was itpnt In she Spaa -army. a ni L tr"in t or Iltr w o oral tnate o m l k doon, and BVev owner can dhave the sanme by pq t at (e 10 ln.
meo 4.ro 6hislywt t i wproiontits o it i>eulio and ha< Isud ao lforld A oni ht was an antographic lat3 ening frmta ^ tree wlTs ord1 i'm"ns bwidern struck te eine of ?vailingd ftoot at two or 0 we
slreding. Thorei a large a row4 pt&eid nutio uiQdwit to bo held As Indlatapo. or a ueest Isabolia, ouanedtng l iitto relativean ind o and nsur the ISalt Lake ex on the Rio randee lt.
as inir to the firo thae police la hIm comaot. wa at Clemfr Water lla rlor r omouf aapdaW otd, throwing It own a thirty.footembaitk. .O RENT:-A first olas. upright piano,-
Owneweerves have been drawn r'1 UelM to.ta re ts im li tat o St. T ihorn g the tible earth. Mr. W. G. aarthrln.l, ofTampn. oneof iuont into the Gutinnron river. In its descent 1 Bmaton St, next door to tae ,"Ontonial i
nearly M.prcInot In the hity agne i sory, las been- qtio k s P yo he has boon ip the delegates to tho Tinpa Distriot C. on the lomotive rolled over and over, rushing tore
ar *'Ixtyor seventy tl i n qui ajt. s( the Oitpany. fercewhich convenes In tis olly to. Fireman WilliamNorth todeath. never
out stit work rln. The yor 81 Tox., brought an At thu iot bhI death he was chief en morrow morning, arrived in the city Ryan wasple beneath the ainy AX NOTIC.-Notice is hcreby given
sudenen still workingsln h ruwns. II spnliq. benefthtaabotyesterdayTeve.ingoontheheeby enandIs
Union tck-Yard abattoir, whih ra oitoit to udden end by deolarlig e of rallahae b w about yesterday evening on tho Olivette, .aud is tie river and erly drowned befo id JL that I am now prepared to re4vo 0ity
ablase early I the ; has been paved, the ftlpbllon bounoll elected. Then he old. EH o ave a wife and seven a guest of the Now tussoil House. could reach him. He tIs jured internally. sxs for the year 1888. Tax payers will
and A~ only don xt wll wro n .e ow police, armed tham rih Wair _The muny fr nds of iso Rosa Albury The dar remained on the rall. It is sup. find me at my offioo from 9 a.m.tol.u. Jl )I(
.l ostort asod attempted to open thielty RWwt.o5 a' dialghter of Mr. Richard H. Albuty, and ped that the jar of the train started some and from 8 to5 p. m.
it ae.s t off Sw was probably prevented oe cfKvWel's most charun bel lom Moke from the top of the anyonhu W. N. WATIOI, is mad.1n expmeiy, for
1TON, Airt80.-A "tn? 0,e. f.dazt. of'li. y M arRll-ft i na oohe ego,,par
dlntesot revoltitio t MaM lIttle stock w tak B l a o the e tte vite evening otr ston_____ FACTORY TO LET. IThe lo FA 1 IT 1
nt wW )hTe "fte nch vernment has nae a formal dispatch published inam paper to te nttod In The Tlegraph Pole Cruadl. hndom now n .gar to on 1i, l SL ASS I
. pruPi of forming an h p9 gat to eti Belgianl government regard- t that ns Spreckes Top and Bttow. W Ya, whitehead street, known as thea on-
"elewin fnlth,"hiur ut h req o yoarrctop of sugar. one of the- miha Ala urtween the .stermt Union had OIti.OOIBOIAII otle eAi~y for thrLe hniiio tigar e P
lwatutn sir' tlto Inauguratinm genra "gla l nMthaw do lir saul tonreporter "The t of itt tbm whoif ydsterday eveOl gt *fgeet beth etid t p sad w mak'?rs. f three huptred ciar
14theJun211noDo.. ,an government hals de- as* owedt ve l the attlnig down fte elin poc bsd wiat makght..TAenewotofHa
Alx-it ..Io gtlmeneral adlan that be will "tWaorne ra e don't know how andiloome to onr city the a aiber has rn beena aA ne eb y. trM a
trnsled. eta-y Wa r. t prmlte to engage in plotagst sugar Mr.Spreokl cor, Mat a ndeley to the A ow t s h Ain. Forty boothn Ioa a e ae yo at e they are
Itevolution fn Contecticu, e and Theose death an amohg thaes reportdA: he siteuipplyinNow Y nly the y on the Olmivotl oiot Inf onlt th OW e to PonA, yautr abed t eorf
lse whiero It then cll0ed os 0 at J. 0e. Om, on* Wayne county wealthist -uk see than it has been ory gates awe epeced to arrivi to.g, xth aut fs e work April 10. tf. Diu tlillo. Cy.
'cifthers urto lePiring. Bixth avenue of teapo tELEGA T STYLE
-t., os, on t fougR t In telution to ltimeon ml ldest director of the nonoll, but thls iosents only what bacaally f- i stih ~aes on, .and.- ebraAtT ETA WE
an+ and nin ctono men .repniidodi ,i Pt a ul k ft B A3th Holusl lldu rapin gab o Mik. fi HlSe ~ i a UW 1% MOEm i HOEb.--nVe yo#r 0 1 b N.

is st t t----s.-ieo s, a i iPSSlatt ao white oS elephant e hWis lnimbi er -biy nN Sh bu hiton r airtfourthsn m Wa k of sh.e.ndrao(
oftt.and DURABILITY.
m.lrerslaIp1" th MWutd ar9 cilsisn ani sl t eet noJn nn mos t |m.teeyb l 'aen leae s'l ilMotheoo r Ai0" 'mpit oAsr esl lasehall hveanyv cm *s t B5i copeet -he
o_ e",laAr l rvt to ooea atrod l e ppi ft a own 0 IsG'
moto e vao ofl 4it ~ta iPr ethseepe e ..f mS
swh AI 4V .0 emb:il I^o ,..a,.-. ,
aged [l of 416it srase to 1 0etwtot v ith0 each 4* tM
usual mglt osted3e lotnn,..-, ts 6"84?; ....'toVie WW,4, i3Po rm the ein

a ne, 'hbo 1W fts
,part M tt S o .ih proper ffdd on, t hasiv To N
P.M... The wi g h.;.e,.. I be.a

Aa f-r

-w5, --w ,

ittimnn Tln i it ever oo'o At tb any .tr ride, 1 VIW O TRADu.
wletlh ,0rototl ,1tothB nei movement t oet oPoints Meot b y
-KE- YWM ILA, aPR1L 21,. '880, of ,lrucl0 el" .nin0 04t61e'o, itwcon ,Iw Yoe, April 0,-R. a. D.n D Co.,.
t e Unitod hitotdi. -nU@,mi.lli.y over the .weekly roview of trade ysap
F" -* no alTnir, that th6i, Q o'ii f E.igland It ls till those ot that most of the hUdi
EQUATOR PUBLISHINGC 00, is thoae grand, otni ofthi'or tifir6of Ger. tio tisly considered of value point
Puite ors 'and Proprietors: manny? ThIs islake you 'troMblo, dooe it, euinline nIprevement' In businots, thoi
S .i . atl ma(es yout ay, "well. I'll be danri, it i yli mouIt, and rather in voit
.Off, in Equator Building, Front St. o6 th:mght of thint b eoore?" Just so; but ,o "' oa .ot a ino I stroft toi
S nor of Duyal. Telephone?36 S invorliesr u.e ro ". : e"" weeli.ltho dtelibbartnnrntand un.t anhdt II
nr of Duval, Te liphone 36 it o a
S=Aost ; ....... iluIn a ifouir'lmi!tan't branches affeoot Ml 1
il' sunsossi,'rliop nAT'rs, I' ,\ lostmnstor elner^ l niodes In some doCro. Crop prospectsI mmant
tetl".,ll' U,0 h.1.... ... C'loonnto,1 his omcltlldutios, ha liowr ptllhton stoaillly, fowor priels result lIia d
ll suil)Hiiciptioiis trlctlhliu Aiviiio ep)iiitod oIn' tire thonsaud fourtl.lolri.A mgIoly incroua"d export&.' Money Is abun. i 6)5sts
lllli'.litllillltl~l'l*d ldt, the tronsurvl 1H t Io t inii n ullll"t pra~tniv nnll

'au ri sheii ,, av cIaI rrl i r iy i' v fllhiig i, c' lt vlllw (i "
l i si ivraiiill iitl at ri yilnil ioiili, liii ee
,lin, ni CyW, iyret~s s i lu iaUrii' eo(ii, nmii. .Ii j,Ish' t( r_ i "ohnV in the. i otof
i at i.l',t/i, i ,o, lie s ,a ,,e Io a ih r t t ih'.eP
Aii alerle Peai i s iseril'lfin nurtmillter, 2, 18b 8 vortied, *
==A-r l'Wuthfn ,;'Alb!tuY n'obt,; Almen-
The call of the President of the Board of A -t*1,. iliillob, ; oual
rad foraspciattg"dll, ..h Akl.dorloy, Leveaial
Trado for n special neotlnghuriday Adls, Aidorley, Jno; Albury,
(pCh~lty.;' a'tltry, Lowls, It.,; Adderly Mar.
?i'ight has touched a responsive 0lio in coll6; Ahmiors, Lunis.
o hearts of our people. Evorybi will w n, Chrlotte; own, Mary, Ann;
of. B hitlor, Olivia; 'Intlor, Marahl; lBiateh,
vie with his neighbor In tryliigto got out., Mnry, Janio; llatch, Anthony; Bnrke,
That is right, como to theo fot anti takP Aahn; ,alu, Mary, E., ; Bt'lel, Charles,
onj.; ,lim, .Mary, Aim; Bain, Hsan;
an active' hand in these rocommondations;. liarito, Margnriot; Ilaniiter, Walton; IBillon
Cliami.l arm-ttl, Washiington, J, ; Bastiau,
If yon don't and objootionablo mnci are olitl,, I, ; tist4assi, .Uolil, J. J; Datin,
S seolootod, you" have yourselves to thaulnk.. Wlliain, i l;1,wi, 'lns 11, Ilutlor, W,
Buitloi, Ievenh,; roiison, We think we iave done our part, whetherr D. 8; .l ainckbrnlb, oiibt.; Butlor, W. l,
the public consider it so or not) and will l3tcii4l, lstllol, l.
f'5--CitlO, 'lKc', .Iti(; Carpeotor, J.; Col.
leave the aslggestions to tho pilublic, sthid"- Ci Ir, ,ovi; Cl ,r, ,Miargaret; Carry,
iing roady to ondorso what the people wilt. iSarah; Ciirry, Mlamiui;tilrry, Iiargarot;
_'_otni', Il, K,; Coward1, llhlen;lcayseo,
-. ---.--..- Eliza, J, Curry. ltobt,; (a'lirlor, Niapo-
A 1iAll P'lAW'i 'iA'T', looen; Cary, Julmi; Cariy, Mary, Ailn; Cary,
(o Richardson, of o Carolinn, hs A. ; C d, lo Csh, Mary,
Ann;l Cmlsti, bliuteiaists C, 'vy, ElIabetlh;
pardoned two nogroos who wore oconvicted Careoy, Sissin, M., ; Cornish, JaLIs; Carey,
for murder in that Stato for participating Alilia; C ,ry, Jos, L, ; Carey, Margaret;
lin the lynching of a wlitoe man for outrng. (Ctirry, MAty', Jane; Cntry, Alesnba; Cox,
lug a colored woman, and for which not (cotgO Willim;, Unuiols, M. 0; Dor-
of mlory (?) Oov. ItlcahardsnniI i roooivilig ] m,' i;uslim; i)iloli, Cnpt, Oio. ; Daniels,
the highest plaudits from the Northern Kate ; Davis, Jw,'ph, ; .Davis, Dorit; Du.
press, on the grounds that "nainy noegroes plEt, ('1u1il-,9
have been lyncheod in that State for crimlo J .il r 'it'i P.
agaiust white women, but ino white eman Fraini'l.its, B],. 1', ritz, Lizzie; Forb,
before this instnuoe, line been subjected to 1 J, A. Johl iileciitoolk, A, 13; Feornun-
the same fate for a similar orio e iiagmisit doz, M.nel; .'oFrinidecz, Eligomia,
colorodi wonlicn," aid tliat, "as no whiteo "-G lengivi 'nlt vii J; Gull, At.o (iran.
man hns boon hanged for helping to lynch il --1aiinfr, lichliard; Hondlorv, C. W.
negroos, though the casis'. iai l'teons iimiar'- J liris Adslrid-, lindlson, W II
own," otc, We agroo with our Northern -Ji'lino min, Joaoplihill; Johnson, B,.
eontomuporary on ono poiit, but coidotiun -il mr.n, A,. 11. .; Kuoleos. KIsablndrla.
the pardoning oct all the same. IV Know-'h ..l lluo '.I'
There can be no doubt of the truthfitl- I .Lovoinnid, T'lI, ; Long, Roev. T, W.;
noss of the assortion that the lyncrhiigI of L ]L'urlins, Willio; Lightlonrino, Larna;
olod rapists e bn Lwe, i, ligltboirnoia, Lostor G.
olord rpits ho bn iO 'oroe, (' '(To heJiltiildor) aonroon; Man.
oeanso thoir offonsos havo berli veqiullylly i !d1, i.), .; Mihig, ]liziabutli; Monl.

numerous; and we do not dot dobt b Hint
,the lynching of the whito tan nbovo
L alluded to, by the colored pioplo, is tho
first, from the fact that it is tie only' cris
where we have heard of a whito Hlouhero
nian bring guilty of such a hbnious offeli'o.
lint as honious as the crime niny lmivo beceu,
the law should have bcoueen allowed to tako
Its course,
S Woevory much fear thnt this act on the
part of Governor tlchardson will cmboldeu
' the negrx-s of houth Carolina to comiuit
other outrnges. And besides, it In a bad
tsdor nt-inh fa nt &'O l' 1l0^1sa.,tim it.

pioutli-ln iaol ia -is a elonse, as it.
wore, to commit that crime with imlpuult.y.

A firm of Boston lond slarl;ni, by tho
nnme of Edinms A Co., have h )otn nrreated
in that city for selling Floridu la e iind
forging the nameso of Juno. F, Ditmntnmd nl
Mrs. Alice 4. Dunn, of Oeal, Fli.' .
dispatch, dated Boston, April 171th, says:
"A, W. Edoens, of the firmn of Edons & Co.,
real estate agents, 644 Washlmtgton street,
was arrested yesterday afternoon, charged
with uttering forged deeds of lots of land
in Florida.
The purchaser of tho lots was L. Parta
of this city. The dooda wore not forth.
coming promptly and Baren put the ntitter
in the hands of an olleotioni nal-Icy, to
which Edens surrendored papers on which
were the signatures of John Du mn a,"1 Mrs.
Alico E. Dunn, and purporting to have
Soon acknowledged before a notary public.
Only an ordiunry rod wafer appneard on
the deed. This caused some susplolon, and
it was discovered that all the nmines, whIloh
aro those of well-known people in Ooala,
Florida, were forged.
-It is stated that Edens confessed he had
used Dartn's money, and, in order to quiet
him, had forged the deed, iutending to
second the monoy to Mr, Dunn as soon as he
could and rooeeivo a bona sIlo deed. A
largo number of sale. of property in Ooala
have booeen made by Edens." ,

THie New Orleans Timos.Democrat, In
a recent issue, in annsworing the question
as to whetherr thirty.eight per cent of
white can control sixty-two per cent. of
colored votes," sya that certainly y they
iy .' In 1880, by the eonsn, thele were
Super cent of whites in Bouth OnCrol1ea to
01 per cent of aegroes, and yet the whites
found no difficulty In controlling the State
to the benefit of all Interests, of the no.
groes as well as the whites. Even the oM.
and E. will admit that all classes in South
Carolina were better off in 1880 in every
respect than under Moses and African
government. Even where the whites con-
stitute only 8 per cent of the population
against 99 per ooent of the negroes, as in
Tonas parish, they have been able to

AI l t tbhe o6W and pasengor of the
ill-fated sete ship Denmark, which was
wrecked recently while on her voyage from'
S London to PIla4elpthia, have been heard
from, They wert-piqked up In mid-ocean
by the steamliip MIlsouri and safely landed
at the port of Asares, on the coast of
Africa. All hope of ever hearing from
either the passlngers or crew had booeen
abandoned several days ago, and the lead.
$.,glltpar of thi Country were'daily tWin-
il, Aal orts ot c6neoture. a to the
i -iPass ners and crow. The noew
f61 (btr 6fety whioh was contained in yes.
tetday* djispwathea will Indeed be glad tid-
loUg to te!0 04tive and finds of the ros.
etod party'.

h aJesn Uiofn otvaysgtat s oery no-
thimf or vagrant Is opposed to
or lemorg appoint a Com.'
oesolonville." Thank

li hPal ilas.t 1t"Woi enc
"'~elmi~te ola t Wilt

I ."uvI+'uu uryispo p uring out rr oiiiii
thero.aro no signs o9pressuro from abroad. V0tli'
tiflrond earnings, aro inoroasing, and pay. rseswi
thiflts through banks. Yut fulluros In some eo'i.l
important branuhus of trade aro numerous. nsMllethii
Collootions are generally slower than usniall l 111i
the iron and loather ittorcats ara embarrassed onflio
by production lairelv oxcooling the prosonst b al

venrylthling Lovoey,.ln the Interior.
The reports'from interior contoer of trade
are alinost uniformly favorable, imllrating
nModerato but steady improveOtniit. At Kan-
ias City wet weathor has siitiuiliaw t alTocted
trado aiind Collctloil, aitd it Iltthlsurg
the slow InovOuinKt anti wjiillio. Inll Io
prices of iron and stx.'l ipr-odiil., glass
and coal ialroct lbuNiiii- g,,riiirilly, lint
at Cleveland imorl Iniiiry for iro
ore Is relopor'lol and a ieliM' fuhltig is
manifest, telilar hinlluentco, dutiu loi- w, -
count in part for the gonoeral .lnlinet at I'lill-
adulphila, though the grxocry, piruvliion andl
cattle inarkeota their aro fairly active. The
wool niarlkot Is waiting; the uii imlalyy Ist
nearly exliaustexl and now w i.il i.liig nlut
as yet available In any iltiitilty, lpric's aro
mostly nominal, but average for 104 grades
and qualltibe nearly half a enut luwer, The
classlluatton of worsted goxdHI as wooloin by
the appraiser at PhilladelphIa InI boon in-
dorsed by the board of ippraisi-w, but has
no effect on the markets as yet,
The Iroii Markot,
The diroot influonoo of depression in the
Iron and steel business Is largo, but it has a
still greater moral influence bocauso of the
current mnproNilon that the pricoor nouniump-
tion of pig iron latords a reliable barometer
of the general condition of builness, It Is
evident that this inpreslon must b inodifltld
in some meiasuro in times like these, when the
consumption for rails lia ileolined ieormous-
ly. A Chicago publlcation of mileage of all
roads projected falls to Btimulate lron mniu-
facturors, who are well aware how many
concerns are In theo narkot to purchlaso rails
with bonds not othorwlso marketable, But
wlon the quantity of iron mnadeinto I rails I1
deducted, the remaining couiamption, for all
purposes, this year, exceeds tlhit of last year
by not far from 400,000 tons plr quarter,
Privw aro low, howovor, and the touo of the
nmarkot wealeor, and It sooins inovlibble that
the liixioiiciit lillolnmust seLedillv liu nilnch o-

dlucad lkn tho dlemand increases iraterillly

rwo J. 11. i J,.'i ;Alooro, Chiura Aim; Mins, lrti'rs1loin In Leatilhir.
AlblAry; .,ij.'A-l, *I' 4.; I Major, Min The over prothiction of leather does not up.
Iii; ri '.rhoniai; Manru, Frank; poer toi b eutitwd by any sudden sihrtilkngo in
lidc.r., i- ,; M nonilr, Jor doa,Joo do In the d,.i for flulshdl products, since the
- N'.I tlo, ;lylo, N w An ', Co. shlpieUlts if linoti naid shoes asro laglr thiti
SIn iany pri'violis yesr. Hut ltilei dopi'mion In
o.- io ht, Vito; n ion, Lonise, ptitco, which ia. uiiiowcoiithiodisinoo 1880, and
reach d il lw pr cont,, Is isiiprooodeontd as to
1)--.V'rtn, ( lpt, ; l'nrit, Elln; Pintlor, duration, aiid tho excess ot production uin-
('i', i', ,ti| i nliuftOn,( Ono,; l'eron, 11.; doubtedly bogins to oiiarrass many makris,
Pi '1,i i', ., A.; i J'iricoo, l. 0.;G, 1nlrker, Capt. TIe cotton iiiniifaoturo Is pr'ogrosshig fairly,
e.l)'.::; v' ,:t', 'iA. ; Pinador, Hanoir with a coisiumption a littlou larger than In
Jn '; .P i '.nnl, le, .; i'eroe, ietnjanin; anypreovous year, a nd the demand for goods
Lii c r ': ri-; Tilndor, 1'.been. thist week esoium bettor, witheprint cloths
- .)'iiyr.,rI, 'ovtfit. Candoh;, Rool. Ed.- strong at ti,75 t'1. fl4s. Thio usually opon
\< wii-; hin.,'qr, ltior autolo .'lodreqnoz, winter accounts for-. tihe lmitulty in tho
WNi, i, 'l'.; i :i ';r, ', a m'atril ttiliardl- Juiabor Ihunlnstar, which In inoe (iiarteri Is
oni, .In; ,,.,;rl, If, i,; 'ob'rts, talm'h; nmch oinbtli'm'raod by lank of tilpploes, and
1ltb':'. ifil i 'bl'i.in, iI part for the weaknoe s in tho coal market.
i., J .; Wa'iinchoz, LuDiono: Copper has flle on o 'eA at Londlon luring the
S..... ': i; '.i', l,; ;Sherry, Taniika; past week, snd the Irojects for future control
S'i". '1' ,; iln,'r, .ioon; Sohwia, of the market do not yet mafinrialioz.. Tin
0. !;i'il, 'ril; Stirrip, eJosaphine hasalso dhexllnod Ito )$.7 esnts, btut lead i
hi.i R... 1.., r, ; !':ninSipo .'l, 'ohli m onotto, strong at $8,1)7,
:M-'-", I',; i'ir'i, Goorgialntlll; Siiwyor, Thio Graint Markets,
l-o:.; i .n is, )riinil, Wheat is but a shAdel lower and corn a
i-.' y i ', ', C(larilr,; Tion)Rno1n, Mangle, little higher than a week ago, The rapid ap-
I J,- m ln, E.; 1 'cal, Royal; preach of another hisvla Vt, with 'an unsold
lvi' ,, hl:n n, surplus in oxcess of all prohbablo denlands,
V.in;' W arcrl; V llo, Ann, Marita, which sloenis likely to be not far from forty
V '" ". million bnishiols July I, Is a suflolent cnuso
1 --\,i!' "-, Willis; Wlinberly, J. E.; of depresoini in wheat, and Iiio failure and
I ", E';, E.; Washington, U, D. ; suieldo of an operator at the wast tell of the
\Vl1,;'.s, J *; ni; WoNla, Jahnnto; Wallaoe, loges sustained. The gotioral average of
Sa:'i;', P'.; \\Ni'hloo, Msrk, G. i Williame, priTes IS a shade lower than a week ago,
Pon 'vo; V!lne, 'Ada;n W iarrendor, niamnos; although the treasury hulna ibe ilishburing
WlViteliiirat, .h'oiiu. money largely, holding in cahi about $7,000,.
Y-Yonmonas, Jolin; Youmans, Jasi, U. 000 lolss than at the last report. Exports of
merchandise Improvo, and ior two weeks of
J.irnricsos B, lsnwu, Postmaster, April have booeen 2OX pe ir cenot, larger than
last year, while some tendouey to deoroasm
appears In Imports at Now York,
heW.1,.i 1A Week's il'llures,
i fff l -- --'S- / I The busiintes failures occurrlug throughout
theo country during the last m voun days tiui-
.. WS. ber for the United States, 211, and for Catn-
/' gup-ni adad, or, or a total of 140, against a total of
ONNE ra1"9 la." ist weok, and 28O theweek previous to
the last. For the corrospolintg week of last
year the figures were 1ll95, ado up of 177
failures In the United States, and 18 Itn Can-
ada,. ._____ m___
The I r Jalames Mystery C(leared Away.
FGUAND FolesBD. T., April OW--A mur-
dmrer at Mooorhead named Brown, who s una-
der sentence of deatl, makes a confession
B B\ which clear the Maysteryof the deaths of
G orgo Fulljaimes, the prize fighter, who was
klo d in a prize flight here last year. Ho
Says he killed a man named Boston Casey, a
week after the flght Casey admitted before
the murder thatho killed a man with his fist
at-a week before aid that D thh man was Ful-
Ie limpertanee opurifying the bloodCAW james, Brown's confessionoexonerates a man
not be overestimated, for without puae blood anmned O'Hare who was being tried for the
you cannot enjoy good health. murder of Casey, alid who has booeen n Jail
At this season hMly everl one n11 I several months,
S ae4iloo to ul ovllv sit0o, 0and enrich --------
is blood, nnd we asIl yot oto try dta $o Thse tDowns mtal inch Faltlire,
PeiCullar I ial 6itstrengthens N tw Yon, April I0.-Rumorsaro current
t.e iW aeter an d te P.the isystie In the shirt trade that D. IlH Downsa, senior
t tses itea onep tner of the firm Downs & Tnoh, which
Whlo o dlOates disease. Thel pecullir a gently for iloo li. one to
combination, proportion, and preparton 0 andjI ioe has not been oen Tinse the
o the egotNtAbl emedll 0Used give 0 dtoay after the failure, but his wife says he is
flOed'8a sapaililla eDouM. TA o 41#0f atown Grovo, The expert who is oxauln.
l euratlVo PewNLSO, .l l Ing the buoks of the rm Il s mid to have
othornmedleinoehbaouh areeldeofWoetohdul found that Mul, Downs drew ouit $1i75,000 be.
CUa. It you havo mado up your mind to tween October ind April 1, most of which
buy nood's arsaparilla do not be to doed to he gave to hil wife. On the other hand it Is
tak any other instorAd. It lio PoPeoUllA loimeod that Mrs. Downsg e a bona Idoe cred-
Medicine, and Is worthy your 0o0ide8e6, itor for a large amount,
good's arsapnarllt Is sold by ill'drugletiB.
epared by 0.1 Ulood & Co., Lowll, M Glass Works Destroyed.
1O Dposes One Dollar VFi LAY, 0,, April s0.-Toe CnMastota
__i_____________ _ Window Glo works at Bowling G wereen wor
Si 'i burned, entalling a losi of $W100,0. ,a0e hu.
Ser M l u vet ,Ir, ,, dred and twenty men a' &thrown oUt of oem
PE ploymont The works were owned by Cane.
PBOEAESIONAL OAiDB. toa (N, Y.) parties and will be rebuilt at
g A. ""' K" o vonce.osic
Fi LPI pLUTON o nmebthed on the Beavors
Al. Physilcian and Surgeon. CA' LBVOIX, Mioh., April 80,--cooner
Office at Ptidloton'Drnug Store. Oflo04 Mocnalight went ashoroon tlo hebad'0f the
Houns 7 to 9 a. in., an d from 2 to 5 p. M. Beavers Thursday night. She is ore loden.
1-M w Ow N i Jn On E Sheo thtbite foot out ,f wte'ar f(lward, but Is
J FF 0 B ] O notleaking, The tug Will of MOanUteo,
Sand the Swauin, of MlUniteehubavo gone to her
AMTT. ATLAWtuaseil tO' Y 2'J iIePUM I hi ne.a',, A...
Office In the Pot o e. '.'-.. ,A Woman's ilsenaert
Oct, -i _.. .1._ iAl'bher wonderful discovery hs been
1 U1 0. KEMP, mIMadeo and'that too by n aIdy In this coneryp,
D Brgeoi D0ontist. Die, ehado stelod ts ollitohes upon hil
Oltloe-Over Porter & Itldgels Drug ,Aorveb't se0m110a011 8600
Store Slrmonton street, corner Eatnu 111b' 1 rilgn Va i i e
Koy West Fla. 0oton p iinoii. ti
A. MeROIIY, rtnot See-. Bhebouglt of0 abo tiI r"
JT cl Y KMisNew Dileovery for OotitmallIn nd
Tl MicA 15 mash relived o taking teP i t1O
ATTO2INEY-AT.LAWIV, ias-ie ,ep l cr &,
MrA.l, DAD? .OiNTYY, FLA isMrs h Lu Thb w ,
U00L 's lt' p MV free trial bottle at A 16 'ndletl ..drug

fi tt- .. : *,; 1,
Ci'il ,' is"

limttinea r
of itie i

Ntis 'a's

5, ... jI

PRlT Q2. 1889'

a Dr. W. P. KI ari.soe
* Tinmsw sl ,l5-I lbave e
..elc n my .lll ro qeo0o0 tia., l
I'e tio ose o texiolt reosly or llli
i ,u tilood. e In ow'is. tiiipen
Ti. wardod 9ei s eovero etItk or lt
i tlioulder hy s litmeTy resorl otit
..nmiy. in rnill cu e" a al
Sli i IliI t i n ol a I
f.' nra cnn=illulo1il iretiment til
u..,ilkcates lIIe ds or asr no
ll y A nu so ,.
WACo, Txl, Mey 9, y.lM
tn e le Th o w et or oneof my Cul
. inbly siilcitt with lesitlosii6nm
i1,1, .,n.orc It, r wlrr o bi oy. Sno W
i. l,r bil ul d Vuitnl r iu>s Ily i
. ,i 11 n tlil not hli e liemrs i all. .
,.r.: I froni nt inloiit llcihlng d ag ni
i. -i.iu. Tiu i iuaoe baAllN ho .li
ih ...iisi islu In atri't II. Hart1lllbel
, ',, inRIli lfuHwlft'8Hp8 l0ll
I i liiitrovo iniost Imnoi.ilit ,
I ,, ksilI wi ilrepially well. 5
I .. .... flni-lookil lJilly, waIll no SIr
M. , i.l Y, iitvri WYry truly,
J. R r!iitt ,
Wli.,lppnoi Pr',il"l. Alilln ^vliou
1 11 lw 1,.l i 1itl .1 h Di r h ,. liiB i n llo ll I'
i r 1riiii ,- I', l rmawv r3, A tla i itW ,(
rk, t',l llri)1 ,v ,








INSURANOE offooected uuder oen policy
of this line iat I per cont, TIr Freight
Ratos and further partioulars, apply to
N. A BFNNER & Co.!
10 Old Blip, Now York,
Mr. Wm, OURRY,
Agent at Kev West. Fla.

Practical andl oientifio

O5li lMn g A NIOIUM IO lnoW TOO o 0 1i812
out vaults, sinks and elomW by the O4or
les Excavator atem. Leave all orders at
Dr. . Y Poiter office and they will be
given prompt attention., uno i tf.
Cheap Books
Handsoioely bound books, by qlandard
author, lt the Equator Stationery Btore
for the low price of fifty oents per volnmeo.
The Jwke are worth one dollar. These
bookl would make handsome presents.
Call and examine them. tf.
Hollday clUoid.
ym. MoKillp, the popnulr and leading
lIg aewelor of Key West. has received his
holiday goods onseisting in fnlue Jewelry of
every decrlption, lie ocan sell you a dire
mond ring, sot of diamond jewelry, din-
moad charms, and other pretty gifts of
rare and precious stone, wineh choneaper
than one would believe they could boe old
for, There are more pretty holiday press.
eute in his large and beautiful show.oasof
than were ever In his house for five years
boforoe, "Mack" Is Key West's loading
lewelor, and we are proud of his enterprise.
0all Bad take a look for yourself, Dec o.tfi



Prepared by Patented Process by the


OPT1IC, IA N. I .Condensed Milk Co.,

The .'roi'esaor will correct all im-
porf'otioiis of tlhe sight by adjusting

'DeacIOs Id lass
of Moviry doBcrlptiono, Ollc hours from
2 to 7 p. in, atthQ Cocoanut Grove o Ho.
tol, No. I0 Front St.
s Will call at I'rlivato residences If
desLrd, 8Satisfaction guarallitood.

ait ea /i
Ull trfiin pflpr or its i ltio worlda
t. slit t weelira. Seed o eilrav

A Edition of 0olentiflo AmetianIO.

e sln pnt-clu,. Be IOI lort iilul wi vvwr
pendonoo ,trlitlcy e ion nlatal f
In O' Y your iuuti'h sIeot roas~tcreoi ti the Pat.
ei, oil s iiily ia0I n is A 1 1., At nd procure
inllocitsto protutlon. on fort lltlndiook.
C(OPYIqV 1 t'1'S for link, sthats, mapsl
Oe ., quilok 1y iirciirod. Addrurea
DIUNN & C('(. Palent Siollelors.,
gism atL OUrCS1s al1 nlOAnnWAY, N. T.

D. C. D)alsheimdr

ii enters & Jobbers
NO'1i0 ,1'aund" ANVY GOODS
G(ents I" shing (oods and Hoslory
a sloulitll.
5a Wortl l 70 78 Canal at.
New Vi New Orleans La
-- -.. -- '

TIIm v;, OWINQ BLANKS are kOpt
in stock can always be found at
tho EqUATOt Orriuc:
-I'asseonget Lists.
-WVarehoupnie ntry.
-Auctlon"lI Rleports.
--terorts and Manifosatl.
--iwaial Pihmenger Lists.
-Inward Forel n Manifest.
-Outward ForelIn Mamnilet.

-I..ittry iormmediate Oo
-Withdrtwal lEntry for


Hay Feve fe.
A Cold i
Conmlini Ii|40 (iiU di,

yr Iolo tb
Aug. 90 Imo a


g eatoi .na meor leche de voa
pura, f% y asuoar y libre da'toda clses do
engrediento, eoonp0 trada 04 una oouema
oipoas, y preservadapeor nU roeedimlensto
nsio. so daG elve ilstatateamente el
agua| fr 6 oaliente, a su estado nnturaln
MaI mouo B 8p8esa, sogUn la oautidal do
agan on que so disnelva. irve pnra todos
los objotos noulnarios, ea quo lae Icah
fresoa me usO, Es oxoeolonte para IOH os-
iones, helados ee,- UFamda sin agiln, 6
ome vi6no ovs mny oaquisita en ol vafoi
oetl exompto de germenes qua puedar snor
derjudiilalle a nla salud, y an gisto osqutisito
y deliolos so reoouiolnda altamonte.
Tengaso prestnte qno nla locho so 6 con-
scrva moejor en i lhuta bieon tapada. O(iii.
"(lto eon JOs inilaoelones. Do vonta on el
ahlmeen ido U, Roolo, call do Duval.
Key West, Jany. 10,1 year.
PaRsenger Departlint,l
Cnnfolil,l>a,,Dec, t andlS8!.
nul-moillfg Mainde Dii. S4 will Imb11I. Irto
0not ice, iaeclil P, l or t ll will .o ,r 1 hewVIU
nllfnlul sad Taulpcs, Viper li le ll l u I OW.

P Bttsy oiMSAr'aay ,' ,
M 1N e BOnv P waimlwik.
A Large mnd UomploteAsusortment fif tho
Colebtated DIAMANTA hJ3'rd llH't
received. A Poerfect Fit Guarutoeed in
very Instaneo.



T h e D u a 1A
Is now open to the public. The proprie.
tress deires to stato that all who desire ex.
oolloent flnt-elhu meals will do well to oall
at the Duvl. Prices very moderate.

stiurnption 1. AVING boon thoroughly renovated I.
r Uonsiump- 11 now open to guot. st, Sitly flrt.-blma
S in all it appoiptments. Ga Elctrio
B-Dells, Bait Wiater Blithe, and all mnteorn
Sim provements. Dirainnge perltit. Only
RQ Hoel l in the City properly sewered.
i UU 0., T. MfuaUm, Prop.

t. Sweeny's Iestaura.t,
O's (ure and NO. 21, T)UVAL I'Cip
qittok relief (Near the Now RussellR t'OY L
e's Cure and KEY WVE.
Hours by Oysters nd now X
are. Ansorican,plp
Sof Fon. Boarder taken
relieve e the rates. '
best and bask M' I
with ou- meh.tf, 3t

Fil ptllol ;o
lo ft
30's COur ,
I'm+can oo2

nd iLil'^tfB, 1 lMVb,,1G..
,. .l o : , ..' ,,.,1 j ,
"j "" "" 'Ti'.
Got IA be Be o ..oM,. ,il. ;
'Wad .p"a-l
Dr ityFI d

5tUHT. -
C0olletio .1 Heoe000o P ompts Care I 4itention.
+ EOT ( P 1(Jtl fV1SMl, 1AiTl CO11.

'III NIWO ITfln TRADItSAATioNAi, BANK. ......... New York.
TUll JOUI$1ANA NATIOAL BAt K .. ...,... .....I......... New ( .rli ali.
Tuii "IIT ATIONAL B LANK OF iLOIUDA... ...........J. soivillle.
ilm A lIP' B AINK BA. U o T AMP ....... .. .. .... ....... ....... T mp .
SIAUIVw i lANK,, .4......'.......... ..(..' ..;; ... . .Man tranotsco.
_IlOiANION UAl ..t...... ................ t. Louis.
iR LlB ... 11. ... ............. oo. ... 1.... .llnvii .
M piie it .1 IC ls. B w B aq8 ,, ., ..;,, .. .......... ............. T lilnsee.


Salon Street,.-pposttp to' Wpieoopal church,]

Whole1ali ad4 Retait Dealer In

Beef, Pork, Iutton, Sausage, and Butter.

Also Dressed Chickens id. T. yji Egsr
Lard,, cheese, Vgetables, Fruiti Ofi9 Lf4s
Canlhed Goods, Preserves, Salt Meat, Hams,
Breakfast Bacon, Bit and smoked Tongues,
Corned Beef, .ls Feet, Tripes, Mackeral
(so I Bloaters,) iid country Produce of all

Don't forget the place, 8. O. JOHNSON.

kPILA9lirS.".S LIN .j
Comnpiiaig tho Superior steanmlhips,

carry rig smen 0on'y uliteld tSitatc anid Foreign mall between Twmpa, livy Weot anu
Havana., Hild service Ihv tg coiuiuone 'rTamnpa on the 8d Novotuborlust.
Tamoa Havana Service.
SAVANNAH, GA., May st, 1888.;
Beghinnif Maly lst., the hips of tIhis Line will run as follows
Leave. ',\AMPA....I........... .. .. Monday, and Thlnrsmday, .
Arrivo iEY W'iST .,.............. Tuesday and Friday,
Arrtoie HAVANA ....................... Wedneilqd andi Sturdiay,
Leave IAVANA............I...... .. HIme days.
Hi S 1IIlii14, C. D. Owoei, It, W. Soigtlilci,
General Manager, Traffo Manager. Agebt;, Key seat.

SNew York and Galveston.
S Conl'onird of tleo following lirk
r ilass fteinimblips, carrying U.
nt matlst '
ALAMO, J t dii. 8 Risk, 8 19)
HANSMAIAt) ,1 linrrows,i000lt
NUECETt, Caltuhin lolger 80001
1,0A1AM A, (iapi clrowell tilii
0Coi l A ,,~aptaitn 'J. Itint, 270(I
0t 1 O f' 0% tie ahiovl ships or*
'ivi in t 1 (Re Wiet every' Wednecw
(th onfrIom NOw tori'l witblihap on,
YI"i filighc1111 id U. S.. manils
AV ,ir .ng0 slm0)4n0 Y for (1lveston,
sIo orring at"ley West ever)
niday fiexis Galveston for Nll j
'ork with passongors, treight anda
SU I. mails. or freight or ple
O, av l g egant aeoonlmodI.
1100 Aply to
,o",W sO THW10K. Ag&,ti
. r -.... ,---,_ ..*** '1*:.**... 7*- ..*: ; --:=W_-**C -. .+ *.. ... .. -

SoEt&er o Pcio Company,

mpOmbd of tiolboag First-cloRH steanihipH:-

*vill i lie1trog nt Vlrkt'rp yee the above pnrie, running upon the sName
soliedUlo, 4t"ilo.1'114d0tl ngeir. 1en- asle.t ar. .'e s o n will open .with the
Ilhe mi*lltBnI .s ilhi il -T- Q lll l'agiNewro eahs on the Mid inlt
Rniovi, tlls port to ab th itint. .te taishp MOUtAN, cenaidEerch
ainoutg tho faltest htenmaships plying th e wawr f tie U il ol fllow very alterNast
week., For freligit or pmiusgo, Uipting qpgql.or 000ooonod tobu, aply to
-- J N J( A Y PmLERBo.B z(,. Agent.
N. I.-Merolilnts are requsaeod (l0O'IWve their ordos fol good froia.i 'Orleans,
tmy nilau. in Ordelr to iecitd troitiiil doliverV of bio lis t diinattlon. 'I1-1i88




.m o oac, ot leeI I I ian coIst, M oI 'Ani ,1 1 m
1iDprlT .! ;, jo*reiet,
I o Mlre of land, t place o Athe A tnt lier.

0or t ible buoiess For ftepartiula PPI
joa .T. A, ...

S ueklin MArAne Isalv.
"* The beet salve in thoeworld for lOnte, lO a .
Bru.. Bor, o lt ih a ,Iever
Sores, Tetter, OipealhUads, Obln.
Corns ad all eri Eruptioni, nd poel-. FWIImI VALDnI, .. ',u W Loom,
urevoly uroe Plies, or no pa1y required. It OARLO BOIO, ,., BFOOAUT,,
m i guarntemd treive porroot silaation, ALnn I Mo T n OALvao,' '. o" ToLO.
or money refunded. Price 95 cents per ,; Voml oo.
box. or sle by Dr A. L. P l l 8UES LED 1qT,, BUDY AND
t. Juno 95 1.vr. B
in Auxlliary anitrary aonle. T Al, .
-t.- hr .........e ttAn,. I KUl MMfli C"ANGE9.
Notice hNMeS. given that th Atuu
114 AW.L24aew .onuWt *.m~j WAume


,,' '/ 1' '. t
F~i;. ..

'I, W

Gn athak SO ,
17 LAN IAWTII0I9 A OB thor of

=t Illw

avo you b new a Judge Ketolle '
"Ptflt-no, no t heworst
broth t;I whatever,

es; e nan I beofa 'e -
I believe you area frlea o
We I & aMoea would t f.i
orape-A mIpatter litwhoJiotol pii
wwv -hat
;au&"W oPRrusohbut it
set ighti buint imetaw oe M n.
amut brought to aikuwledge of ,t
with all e t posile. I ndeed, it 11
were not q o e thing that are
certain to get Inte fo paper., bd per.
Saps to beoomo tr.,a tlme tho uojeof
idle lPsIp t would berbest to say noth.
g o her& all. "
I am waiting to hear what the trou.
ble s," said Paulne, n volce tlry
calm, though hot' blaok e l mheni
with unusual brllange. "You need'
hesltate to tell me anything."
"It is annoylng-that is tho !o'and
lest that oan besaid 9fIt .1. i anow
at polie badquartem, my de 8t
wir be balled 0t6, a aoon PA ai
can be got to heaw the oa9e audi d'
up here in the iterval."
"OhI been punching somebody's hbea,
haho?' hesald the Englishman, 1i a tone
of rellf. "Where was ho lat night?"
'Wy., he was hero this morning. a
few hours ago," id Pauline. "H had
a private talk with mother. IHe was
"He was entirely ltoself," put In th
ju de. This is one of those pleqeo f
badluck whioh may occur to 6nyman.
The ciroumstanobe wore such as to ug
zoet tbo hypothesis-though upon en.
tirely Inadequate groundein my pinion
-that Percy had been guilty of nn In.
tringement of the law. You will smile
when you hear Itl but the absurdity of
Sthe tin does not render it lees annopo
for the moment, Ub- happened t
be in a oJwelry store when A Itdy mlss
her- kot book. It was opposedd thnt
It had boon stolen"-- t
"And Percy was accused of taking It"
aldl Pauline, In a low voico.
"In default of any other plausible ob.
ect of suspicion, the detective pitched
-upon him and he was taken to the
"T b is too prepostoroua todo him
any' .m," Martin remarked, ".I It
had 9ot n so bad, It would havo been
a roath, a worse."
I* hea tb lady knows who bo la she
will refuse to proseouto him," sald Piu.
'So I should have supposd," returned
thejdgo, "But It appear that there
was already some acquaintance between
them; .ind Percy was In conversation
wlth hoer at the time the loss was die.
"Who lsho?"' demanded Pauline, turn;
S or ersnamo I Tunstall, I believe-the
wife of ono of our coal barons."
"Tunstall-Mra. Cuthbert Tunstall,"
repeated Paulinoe "I thbhf I have mot
her.-a*ye I have met her, 6ho Is pretty
woman-fachlonablo. And she accused
Percy of having robbed her?"
The judge moved his head sllently,
Martin, at the mentlod of the lady's
name, had changed countenance sightly.
"She must be his enemy." said Pau.
lne, sotting her grave Ilps together. "Noo
woman who know Percy would have
done that except from a wish to ruin
him. 'She knows ho I no^ guilty."
"Was Mr. Tunstaol with" is wifer" In.
quired Martin of the judge.
"He camo In the midst of the affair,
I may as wd give you'an account of the
affair." Ank' the judge went on to tell
she story that Is alrAdylknown to the
rMw Both his ligenors Istoned in.
lon ist ad Martin,
narratve was Ahed&,"that thhe
was put ttp h Pero 1 woman
not have ay ney to loeo,"
"You forgefT ioa her pockotbook w*A
Sound in hb pocket" ol d P0ainh o*
"She may ae uit thee
But at all event tt ,oea o1
for tho s. bek no'ItYo
am not In the hab1t O n about
town with two orthree toian d
In bills in their muld I Bhe would
had aheek, if sho dhad anything
"The s e o o to me,
oldthe ud eand I oke
Ivm tWhMio aa

compile loi
plied the

tits, been ma

reval no actual han

bland or aga e an o

and wit uch ppr ed with him.
teh a

But Whattol i '

4Itf of th proseou'
utotq i .apeano of theo bank

(iey u4) 4 Peroy must have
MAM anybody regmitgn a confeder.
40 lngobr ai'
St @P WI "tig pol 90oilng
,at U.+. ww('& IOf 1WPul- wma

t oato "I af y
assed da conf orat the money, he
Iwoud hlave e hm the purea too.
It lo more Ulkely that wpoevdr did the
dealing rolt the poot, whblob would not
bo Id-entlfiq, q4gotrid of the purse
whoh should be Idetiled, by d oppng
Into P royp poket as ho fed by
",I t3l4 that vieowlg to sound we,"
aid th Judge bdt t thief ha got
ofp, And thb pr"eomt of pprehadlng
him is very emaL Percy may nat b
Convicted I hardly think he could 9i
but t Is, neverthoeloe, ovience
entugh against him to produo dl t
agrocable offeot upon person no ao.
quanted with. himn. And, of o ,
when it It known tiat irs. Tunstall was
twqtzlnatod with him, and yet d14 hot
hbiltate to. aoese him, Ills posit on-
even artor ho liae been lugaUy exonol'ated
,- wllJbe a painftutl nn(irlm assln one,
I am Inolaned to thing that to boaLest ling
for him will bee to leave New York and
remain away for some years. Meantime,
the affair will be forgotten, and pofslbly
the-true culprit may hO dlsovered,"
"l agree with you," said Mrtin,
thoughtfully. "Percy can be of no use
hero, no matter how tneo afnli' turns out
I have a mind to propose to him to go
with meo."
"To go with youl" repeated the judge,
with an involuntary accent of surprise,
tI Infter, then, that you edntemplate
leaving Now YorZk?"
"I ehail leave Now York very shortly,
My Idea Is to go to Australia by way of
San Franoisco. In Austnaltm Percy
would have a fair field to start out nd
do somethiln. I might be able toWghle
him wmo lolp."
e"Ile family should feel mutih m,

cord ialyl ,
"There's no obligation," returned Mar-
tin. "I am fond of Poroy-not on his
own Account only. If an be ofay
Iood to him T shall consider myself
6uoky," gi
,i The twvo gentlemen now entered a
hllao 6ar, and t the conversation cemeed.
Martin Iapsed Into a gloomy reveryt but
tho judgo' spirts amned, for some ret.
ea, to ve, yigbly Inmproved. 116 had
received a revere huok at the moiWont
when ho euterod the room ..d found
Pauline and Martin togotho .Taq lot.
teo's anouncoment of his tzdtded de.
parture brought au.n immense reli, llo
ad already begun to liko theo young
Englishman, but ho now be ala to regard
blui with sinore e 6pOt.ln.
Tloy left tlioe art Bdfeel .tr'ete and
procooded topolice hadq a Tho e
was still a quarter of an hour before the
formality of getting bail could be a.r
rangd. They wore admitted to the lan
tor'a room, and attho judge'e reqoptt
arourtionlap fgave ompermislr0n to themo
Sto viter'lt l the prisoner
revd .Se andod r It. laepeeo re

arinutcluid l

ulpwa q n t'
ato I

a o n uot

fLO aw144.11 11rr0l AO...r4vZI1alat avon
bhI -acityuain i.aH4m~. for W til.
l0Atisot 001 w fO;tne, 11a0

~, ~ t"W. ido.,

."l -".-------------"- I MS

1" '" . o:' y' nue laturere of ."'-- -

* n vAR' AV!-1 il HI

Sey West, Flia", f1
Off0 .,19 er 8t., oor Wall St. New, Su us '
l AGUENT FO R THPWE81',I Is Now Ready for the Better Accomc
0h.'6 .PSMI!. '. 125. La Salle St., Chloagq IlIs. Friends acid the Publoc.

1 ti afrmoI f trlo diffe rent oilt

In in.ittoe,.d town leorks,
li e al ttat the results In too
cities 0da fAr4from point to the do.
feat tho I ndOel t by from 15,00 to
80,000. .ita str g ki faturroof the returns
is the bhoIin tht lit the towns whore the
anmdolent W ton ionemily nuppo5od to
bI "peaAlly strong It w"k, and In some
.6M likely to beo dfontsed.
Pald Off in Light Weight Oold.
DANVIL.Ll 11ls., April ,.-Oroat dissatlts
faction extis among tlo employes of the
Chicago anad Xlstorn Illinois railroad at this
on account of their having boon paid
M r, 1w l 4 by tl r oairoad ourmni y
p I Vnd A agel portion of It wa
old'te L". by (the 1 ovrnment. Sucho
.ofiq isig. iukndttn il this vicinity, and
it -n lved by the men and circulated
readily until It rceohod tho banks, when it
wias 'conutoed 88 and 60 a ooln. The
stuff was distributed wlthwi Impartiality
among train nimen, section rei shop bands
and clerks. The company iuhtigating
theo affair, and at parent it Is not known
whether the ob w put up In the payman.
tor'd department of the railroad or whether
the 6hleago bank unloaded it on the com.
pa"y, __________ ,_
A Wer Ml.ohllgn fiqqor pill,
LANsINO, Mich., April 80.-'The house after
two days' consideration has passed the liquor
bill, which requires retailers to pay 000 a
year a dit iers, 0l,000 1 browerO, $00; whole.
salo liquor doalerr, 5U00, andI prevents drug
gista telling iiquQr oxcOpt Upon written applt.
cation, whhapunt be recorded In a publlo
book., udor no dlrcumtBtancs can they ell
by the drink or mix liquors with soda water
Qr any other beverage to be drunk on the
rirefile. The bill psmed by the narrow
margin of three votes. It could not be given
Immediate effect, lacking the nc ry two-
third vote, and cousequettly the .quor soll-
Ing business will be governed tl year by
the exteting law, which dates th ax roman
May ______
An Attempt to DloWu' p a Hiotd.
MIDDLaTowN, 0., April 80.-About 10
o'clock at fight a dynamite cartridge that
had beeoon lacd under the corner of a franmo
building next the United 8tten hotel ox.
rlodod, demollBshin half of the bulldling
brealkig all the windows In the hotel and
arouslng thb silt The Ptilding was orcu-
pied by H, alwson's photograph gjilo'y,
which was destroyed, and Hu'ltk.y & CGKt'e
rddilory shop, which was bndiv dani god,
The perpetrators are unknown.
An Old Woman Charied with lulrder.
IVATIiVILmL, Me., April o0.-Mrs. Miry
Gifford, agod 00, of Fairflld, has been .r-.
rested on a warrant charging her with the
nai'dlr of Mrnm, cott rolll, of Oaklnnd,
one whom she is loused of having o0mmtitted
,an alborti th (our weks ago" MrI, l owoll
wiIs the mother of three young ohilldron,
Mrs. GItfford was indlIted by the granmud jury,
but on acobunt of lihew oould not bh ro.
aoved froin her boaeon efort The trial will
begin at Augusta on Monday neoxt
Theo Jeoniltr' states Act. .
ToltonTo, Outp April 90,-Thoe oitteins'
onininlttoo, apixjinted at the reoont dlonsn.
stratlon a Alpwil8t the ,Jeilte s oestrtea not have
ilmied an nadfrtss to nAth people of Conail,1
Hitting ortlin their views is to dliallowanco,
atd calling na conveontlo to be hold here on
Juneo 11 and 10. Alprumeniallvesdaro h be
chosem by the dAilroinot wnunolpalitlus, not
fewer than four from each. The cotuaittee
Invite ausorlptiions to push taho movetient
for (liallowancoo.
The Suha ke of Rd nlburgh'. llnest.
LONDoN, April 90.-The Duke of dMin.
burgh continues to suffer from a severo at-
tack of foyer.
A Vory Young l wedish Prince.
BTOOKHOIc., April 90,-Crowu Princess
Victoria of wt'dna has given birth to 6 son.
The Watlher., .
Light rain, followed by fair, except .in
outhoaltern Now York I fair, slightly cooler I
westerly Wendj .
Closing Quotations on theo ew York 4tl.k
ni Volts, Apri l W.-Money closed at i per
cOnt,, thu ,only rate of the dar. ktehaange oloed
stenaly IloOted rates. 4i. B O4.141 auttaal
ratesI It4+ 1.0 for sixty days, naidI.Sl,1@
4.ia If l dualnitl. Oovornionta closed sUtady,
1ittei1eoy I, 11 bldl 4s, coup., 190% ltIli 478,
do,, ltOId bd o* I c t
Tim took market tleil morning was wry dull.
Up bte1001u onily T'l5 sharoe wore soalu. New
Y,,rk ail Nav Englatid wa ts theatare., advance.
hag \%I pcr eat,I on eovcrii.aJiatho shorts. Oil a
repoi t that tite consuoldattOlMt tile road with
tle New York and New ilaveh wM now nearAt
htand, Tit renmalader of the stocks wore strong
atd aloled 3l to 91 higihorin most Inetanocs.' The
baalik sateoiaout was a ploMaot sut'prlee totlto
street, showlnlg au Inoreae in ltie rusetove. of
,t.IIoaa. Thias liowltag helped to stBrii~tlonii
Oloiltig u'lifCPi
Weal. Uttion Trl.. 5534 Ctlacago & Alten .. hi
Sdallas Mspras..i1O Del. A iidson .,184
.51, Expres.. 84 l. DOt.. & West...miSM
0.,OO.&. ... Erie.......... 5f14
N. Y. Oenltral .. Kanas & Texat. ia
N.J. Ceutral... 9110 Lake Shore.... ,1t0
Illllnoe Central ....11 Nortliwest ...ti .1
Norahbrl, I'PoliO.. lo.prel' .....'1 5*?
DO. pref .... ".. .. WeO Pa eUlo M a ...ll i
Kentrl Pano 84 Itln ....... 4A
Totes PaciHie .... Wabash. a
Alton T. H.. 45 Burt A Quintcy.... 014
'OCtniaas loatiprn.. 144 Ora It'yf lacv... s
Ciaada .'anoeie..,. 4 O. ,.. ..;. 13i4
(lotapai Markets .

Manulactory an-d ollice tils city.
pondence solicited. (Junoe


P. P)iiALHJi. Il'atM aN.ltD
D. (POLHALSKI ) 18(15
Importel8rs Inid MAilnd iCtetircrN of

.C IG A R S.

'i ', ,MAMJPAOTUBBrtfB 01" .

., Fadtories Nos., 8, 8, 48 and 145 Key West, Fla.
Office and Salesroom 327 East 03rd Street.
#4 two-low A., q a wo

EJ.avw y~~~

WiUTJtAM Wxhln

AuoeuT lOBRLIMn.

reret* 1st, At. e tue eand 31st, Street,

-w-qManufacturers ofr",'

Cigar L3oxes and I-ib.borts,
S -- Deed s an, --

Cigar Box Labels and Cigar Manufac-

turers' Machiinery, Tools, and Supplies.
WUp Special attention paid to private Brands and Labels, Eto.-Ms
February 9Otl. 1888.


Commission merchants s and Auctioneers.
--- rot Street.--
Wbolenate and Ietail dealore on

itocolve by each stanmer nna uill froo Nuw Iork and New Orleans a frea idpJrify of
Orocetes, Provlons and Canned Goods. "'
,ave always lin look a larao and well-eolected asnortmi6n of
Ship Ohandlory, Urookery,.Ql|s, Tin and Hardware, Carpenter's Tool, saints, 011il
rmnlshleol, i mrnituro, Stationery.
WMl Ono bf the Qldest Busiunes Houses of the City. .
Pfar Porsonal attention given to imile and satisfaction guaranteed. 6po4di
teoeived by every stotmer Ifro eow York, Now Orloans, Tampa, Manateo, Ceda
Kqvp, and Prodnoo from the ltoent RKeves. ____ '







Chas. Mofiat's Galery.
r have mnadt arrangements with BMr. J. Ltrdmor, rocootly of BolNl'
Gallery, Washin ton, D. 0., for a short imno. We have the t tost rapid
Drocosa for taking oaildrenB pictures QUIO AND MIuaIoP every time.
Those wishiug finely flnehod Poktrtt are invited to call nd See B iamplos
of our New styles. Satisfactory Work Proofs Shown. '
Cabinets, reed to $ 8,00 Per Ioz.
Card Photoa, 8.00 '
AIlnottt (best quality) '" .5 .
Rosp'y, ChOas. S. BMotfft.,

Wm. H.. l.IM

IStoves, Tin,' V 'feto *w ,
Plumbing, Gas. Fittlng apd Pooffh P 08pclaty.
*wzverytllins qhsap, "d130i o 'nd $O T10



0 Wnio 11;0 I4J '".lapping, and
0A r nt aaO.AL

- ''a



~. ,

_______ __~___ _ ______ _ C 1 ~ ___ I

- ?~ .-t ---r -------

* "- :",j;,,:..;., r' ,. .yr,
* ^ "' ," + "'i.


;s~:ia~a~eIR M APlt 4 sB

'-, TCo PENT),
---ManTftur of-'.. .-

_Hdavana cigars ,

FA( r I11Y No. 103, KIY WEWr, FLu. -
'r 'orespondenco 8olloitod.'%S%
I - I _


Offlce:-133 & 135 Attorney Street, N. Y.
fob Id-2 m.

Manufacturer of

Key '-:- West :- Havana -:- Cigars,

la. +. s w-gr .YOUREARS. EARSoTro n
-- ADVBT-IIO RATEa. + b otecA od, t bbS -- Oughtto have n tetooeap.. ui. oe Traft will. be held at Its rooms on
n- o .i.- .for B. S. will do you good, removing all Thursday evening nextP at d o'olook
Inc i.I W .oh a WI irganlo matter e dirmoo waue, of for the purpov e of eon italpog the ad-
.7ee, lane ,= ,on .. meno "oren Ie Leadi LOTH .IER,
SL t Von Wos up witnts*- the following ormTow. be appovnte omro qitaperon to a GNTS, BOY S ad YOUTHS Fu
_l_ __'__ Lrest Btlck ot-- -
?ui, urate nd ner hoard of ty B. B, used twI Wet. I e U- f
1S a dt0 c ordiny u rYdmlmtenoboee" t . tles, a now t n hear a tik awl Allmembe tht's Prth ,
,. < o .t hnd cr.k'. ri,, n hebree --------- teotl AA0o w no n or *trhan rv et,1,d sto 7 ro o I have ndo BOY met e l
,or woL. t : ,a t-r o1" ,"' o .ri oo." 0 o ao ont tuo a Io s 4 ok tor oan h.e By order the Pre1 id e t t oST
non 1.0hor. tdbo w16,0. 3--I gea frto m S eIly AuNa tale W6h o g include S ng e ah e PoT oes i Y W
U.- ,, o Ove kill a V t U .k.no o ,"

m T Y, 1io CrTo. t atWn o whole t It oa iath e to rne- t te ead me or ita Mut o uld niot cure ma u?. 1o? O O I :
la, i . i n,, 4tha i Fp d ory ou n.d 11 ch re s aid tu Ire d n eovte o ars ol d a Al 9 1 t
left or uon t;r4Bsl ye stY a evt, Wilt us t bgr rtg All thesmptthUaws fd omb toII. gave up todie,-Ihada isur euelng oougb, f oeO &Otr l"
,- efali thesw e eis a mow iWtry kiyud o w W e r. e bondy a y o y aof r o, n. dB. W. are rv neste Wa7 ee lt

fra' tInV pie they honum bro es 0 ant a" o Aano cean hear it th ,Mhobw In All As pro- fl^ R fnT O C7
t fiM, _O ters ondX ll agi 8 could nwho ot hb are live d without i n a uga Presi t i, ) er Ien t ive o s
.%' the o ld Mprbn$ od thi c es-
I a Ayo, lseo, ondiollr owdoton bottle youl ingo te a n iheastriyo. t Q olor BOla lE.E I
S t A call $u1o,"- o8 pthe c o 1 ndct, th e o any w ea y Buer. y1en. ay h or thei good s thes ale o 7leal e

:Oso'hion, l Wo N hi, Op r lorod c tl lonfor .ll whore, hB Fo oLen abous 20 y int, April 1en80 SlO thG ag OOiD, -.st
Ifor UcA te bolomat o t y ththe olCedBD; d'no eaornest l s toow _. be pR UC Doooe S o Aeoecbl .Sto. ofa oysos t Yotas
Thto.er..a.. d k raol ori 5U Strree t. orl a h Ppee line. And t Ig2 i r shn t Pu iregtn the bMI X 0 s ma u sI 2I 3 s W 9 p il
in iio l l A y t of our subscribers who f ai to re et a t oc r a he s to and e i 10 sn
olivethei o t or fond itoin a mutilated A rsalluerd uraBo of Dyseel pllen e fen twoie ee.1 WMhil oAh e the e ta E oewgt tes i 7 i
Taemailr, a a (!(.tits p er 1 Jr lli, fir t flu M O ( 4 80 me for Itd e .t Outw 0c e' pN
Thr e s oe r Li l i8 r apt Dn r srdidon oditio l will tnf eb on 0ooga aa Lo C t, Jull 2u. 'o _ _ _ he Bad I wa.s o lt 1r T a MR
lft' for Lountn Irsa yltsterday evening, usyby reptrtlnlg the fact promptly at h I have been a sufforerltron ind eestion or y from the wagon. hospha po er -aOI.,.'
o o ar,, W1,1 ts, of,. bot w ill towhrd sa it thawS, W beginos /7e c

l. to the Alderney Dairy for a drink of hos. from delivered e or S ie lonvrtlp, aae bevo s-r-tt e .er attealols n ,Bous t WeLe NOe eo UN 8 0 taS ,

Ce (lilad mol, th e Hg r o, Ao to t Wall She at oo f r. Daia eiando8 '*8 at l e,f lO(tes Rea taronl en bd a oOT 1' e O1
anpdn se paia fowillr aed ioer to g p t rnd tm e e a llong tm B.nd Iam oie n k tem o t bye 1Dene1r ,b o ( e )
'ro denn ld o i o. Edirurlo the t wee such miserable tried ma ny comedies, but nti- was i a ren. d14 a Bl vl bo ;
,,T e loet"o uyoonr f le oardo impote o n t s nduced by my friends to try your ICs, B. es Wnn. a Toni

ing lf fr o r run t B taa wth a oafrgooon ae boo t hr e aust nttn ie i t on av oet W hblPes ed there stco o hea oflastD Wc9e er g
fruo s, etuo, ism o atoe d e 'sdg b pl for te mn dt be roa e tromnh e m asei o wre clul A ss c a tione to ra rov that re h earis 0 1 o r nc r 19f
ST Isnt r, o t o r o i t un n ore le Sr ll g a comfotrm e system, shown by a se nation of e n guo
STht tird feeling And leos of hit tte Doinstrict Conforoene woriyll o p b oprodeopt l on, oalsoro evi. night, Hostetter's Stmach B iStters inu 1 oBel S M N ON To i J q old
tpre entirely overcome by Hood's area- .ove Feast ervicoo at Sark'sh at d1eue of oureu, Send at eafrlest deate, wanted enel y l itothe enfeebled and ner-lm nl NO, l, O nT ST. t/41 r s ever" Wtmg i I aS 13fl' d/bo ..isfW
nr lo, ,teie ponlr b ine. E ry it o n ed :80 p. at., condu ted s by the oov. J ~ A. An. wt tadI. N t four nd ours l ln to ehem al7/uslr. y A G en
schooning Eber Vane, C apt C hat Or of tita 0an !epk D oealenetl h uo
The io schooner ADto+ Vmo, L pt. Ca hry, jproo er beAdvocate. A loeoek of Wonders Froee gest We: o elue inconvenience. rfett
in, loft for Pnas t afternoon ove rst bo vi. at ton Chu at All h dosre full I nform ton about hK ..yh bWleouVeke, Ampaured Oplt O Gu nte hS Bo1it oI" WC rk- (U0 DOiS
Thrower, ult ahndeeorofulonsr well an Ulcers, Saores, sod Aylsetri ht by ths matethn s reg. red I Th ar.e01 70/' teh e ) r.( .
Froe ThTh beautiful Art a iobit at the Business thae on of Conf o r nc wllopen br heumatism, Kidney Compaints, Ca h, G a ad invgoraum, ws f The gied, C Io C'

singer ohc All ladies th n vited. A aie. Th rdayat-n ., at toan Church, etc., oa n secure by mtil free, copy of our among the m str yohula arn llvomlto. ar
rplush btil s wet l give awna oyoere 2 t. Oet nrtgin l r, Cone dre o ron a n o mp e llstated Bo I of onde r f ed ner wf OynScev nflO nti to U doss.OLEtR APE, 4o POti.n in OFB, -tot Fl
To wa C Stot c. b .y A twith the west wonderful and ftante'l The Bitters answer the pourpo mor eEo- 4 o or n a n i
ThoB ma l choonror Dollie, i pt. Curry, T hrlno inog re o o up on the ta muaAn i cr ever bfore knownh.e te and led pn as p e eA god 7 the 1yB I AI
ahrorniv at s heioniero s owh Tfti morn i o y invited to attend Addre, fe by the mott prudent. Fever and ue O V O e. U I .
Sfom M ami, w it h pass ng o m ol nls a the r oligens servIoes and busintoh sotr ions OOD BA o,, Atlanta, G t, kidney trouble a nd rhem atism yerd to t. O B ho e non o e .
freight, of o the aCove reno, a. bJ. olmes, P. Apr-l 28 ago. L OlR ISt 'A o ot BI. rS aSO Et o o ,
Go to the Alderney Dairy for a drink of 'rs eoh dier en T edlt pa ad doys es0 fr alIonN S.EE

c d wilk. d n, t8e pst weeon obind uc thi. me orn.s a weaon e r byul ed o t 0 let Ae ni.t. B. man wanT | I LL O 0B1E Un.eI
it o to Eld r mi of a ndies, gmtod whateher.t I olih, a o ooalV o i ut sin ce W. D. ui et, Druggi st, enl etpus, Ind.,s
(ail ai see the new Iigh Ara M Ayounggentlmanhof thscity, whoeal- A., Key W ost.h Ap. at7:38 a lo testifies: "I can recommend eto Bit. m es n Mo V an o

i ao Aar.,nethr of i sooeoeo, at Dr. teSle; du by N a rft as s te so n b st m soeral oi-oi 6111 WME r EtEHe t e S o s
t a fr e inlt ways pompously poke of his landed p oeo thme 8 7a1t h meridiant t jia no t resa the or lu o .. .'o I SA W Y ER .
t o given awy. 40tf, seWions oern the main being D it o le s iean esl d ergivng the re an tevry easOn m -
pecial bar will be n offered o every paticulr, high, dry and fertile, re ent of tme at all stations man tBook sx bottles, a we ourod of n an d Fro n Ft tzpk, rts., a dr n 'st F a

.tity at11uoalok toorw o1r0in. o i. yastni. ". b ra -i 2 : R 00 0' " aa -OC, -- i.rOCKrYa __ _______H _ m _ILLIA M __ AB__ -_
morrow at Whahton Ureo. 4-54-1t. ontly sent to his aent to inquire about the W hum Hare, druut, llvllea Ohio$ *,

o wil l t eo o l e o u r 7p e p .e.ici a l l ic i n e b y thne o .. 1A n -n a b i. --"'lit t r o 0al t 'dllt a n r 1 .E n S
Th0 ho ad to Cav e it. Cur amo u e nt of his t oes, and Lreoeved the fol- F.rae -w oA l h" n o e enr s shollngd l t an' s

Tein cafl ye 8ffais thear e108 teegmlo ctut ed out anyChoblti n eo oe aration eCbog abo e oti us ler c 1Tho u sanst onfA I l
ooea hoor Oh torod w nt thet 7.r p.ling reply: oIn. allod. upon th e tax us ra no rue o Ponn Tnad ar T _led Tn my a a 'I
lug front P lahsa wither ootter stating tha 4t s Ulcers SImrmronPnor olschless kg NOD
arrived t Jno. Lowdes whol t w s morn. collector but yo9 ar name Crchwas not found bie lcy railhf re a o aa nAND a
l ous toi lent et g avna wthe p ary t upon the bcks A o there must oer ainly oItosa Boo added nevei testimony s ,t WAR I

nodhnk edil eters do cWure all dFlseass 1i e the i. AverW lA M I SO- P,
The T a ill thne ot Conference o the so ht out, weverho Inforformed me that uton e Ylar a4n i upl a s hl dol a M aHA r
eist Chiurh at 9 o'clock to morratow mo rn- question so bad nd uslems that he eon L. harleston O.... 80.24 Al8E 00 Cearl a nd h_ _i_ _l_ yo1 t It 11 0tAA______
t, presided ovett r by a. e. J. Holmes, eluded not to place any a esmnt on the J o se vie.. 3 r. 70o NE t 0ua Cear -.. PTOV I A T lw Door Above the M onio TemARW le
dng Eilder of the District same h ateoe" At t n ls... 3.7 O 8 te. er JJ Delaney has A ust
ev... A. tooberts, pat or in er l go of Jie.. poo.a0h o e a NE 72t mClo H Ve Guaantee the s tIh V bs ork rT A O
gthe anateeo H.. CrOi h, wi oiov oew' Teaeu Pifes t .. 0. N. y l n Far reces o h sived arlbe auiful er amE On
1the opening ae, noc theiTampn otrict Wo offer.One Hundre s lase sea rie ol .... a t0. elo7N 1 ati linsa e mof Men's Cas-, Collars & Shirts a SPECI A I ,
Cofren of th FrstMethodst, hurh, in for an, ese of atarrh thas cannot bed wa uef8.871E a8n 00 Cle ar n o.- -
.pthis city, at 11 o'clock to-morrow morning. curedbydtaki hal's wftih eCurd. New Orln.. 30.t SW 2 C d mere ab nd Corkscrew L- I-.
We wil continue our special bargain F. b CHNiY C, o T hltL of0.1470 00o Ce ar ug it, Ove O o.
Nm wTorroo at 5PBlNQ Brs 4 1 t cantly son to his 11gout t ially, about th A .i "T e l R.R
4-24-it A W Vr ToN ios, J. Ceney fort'e last 15i ears, an ree d bte POf- SS N Umb0llle L B It 1 ,
hvove him perfectly honoraphe in all bus- Hf. Beau. Observer. ( old H n e1 .h PAioT Aat.is 4.1 is,., ,--.
T ioco who ner. hade C, Cur rys on or Incas transo ns:,I n callyuo nth tab l HA 7 R TTey to "ers e s
.cariled have. drocrI thmslesdcarr, ouyobtonae b thei WrsL Cain or emu nedis -ol hash,. dto Iren't tt "Thua oHffdee I AAAD RY TTNB
asn thoroughly sastif iot d with cge argo ofu oo loo mp. n n their bgn is rmd, others e ain p oue theasa $ BB RUSHES1e a a- V l.
4 T. pst, D. trt W, C ono Bos. Wh e t Tnuaxt Wholesale Drugg sts To of out hardy forefathers, ar e "old time rm" d alis s an a
noo tty efpined a lg a A Wolsae bu ololewt t li;e of 1ouits ST--Y, S'uoessors to W. C. ROGERS 14ER 00' Kine a Blod Onl
M h urantit poes p ine thes ar c dal 0rod oes Bi t fo t e bu "on l reliable." They c 0 Compr botl at Dr A. L. D u M iM
arIvlw n from ey trgo and other K'sit obngg to, Toled o O.arss ar or oes
for shipment t Neh, though thore. ias a ugsi ol 0 s Mss"Hops and tuhhu he medy," ..oh and fo 4 tlo VIIOLST 8RS EPAPtR ce--IMgPORTERS
gooddeandfor thoemfor hove e oou vnp-, ,t VANhouse, Catsher, Toloed Na- Conu.lion Remedy," "Har AnM," _a's, all ofno t which an Wi s 0 on IE'
Uwill be sold vti o.l.ids]ln 3.22 7 WiE Li ors a0 Cga S,
rowtoElaer, th e DTotlre 0.m 'a e w hatter. "a f Ma tenall. 8h02as let r J---- ande Inera Us Vetton nvas. ac,
Hall's CAAarrh Cure ip taken internally, "Plasters," "3lio10 CrN, for Catarrh,lnud lt y uornt O L At'
Beautiful art work in Arroseno Tinsel acting direoly pon the blood and mucus "Liver PKils They are put up by H. 00 Fi low as ctnwe] 510 BROADWAY N EWe Y() I G t
and Etching, also lne white work on ex- surfaces of the suntem. price 710..r ar nes per0 WarNner0a r C, proietors of Waer's S & fe
hibitionatthe binger st wc e No. 74 im bottle old byolDruggt emedi, dpm otequalthestd- y house ib r n t1he 70r wOEl d, .ce ... ..
vonton street. very lady elin gots ard valu f thor ereat preparations ii re an d s Cork s e B dewn f a l ae etm es f e ole Agent.A .ndI rr , y
away ati the cos e ofour soibi -20-if. Mr. J, F. Cardner, .one of the7finet a.1 DiOutgn Sa vle. ... 'l e
G.o tno dt gooeya tme f or a0or o .o "cni otog ins i tener ha n D 0. C.. o -- c., o as Si o.s -eAn Air UDeO OF- TOKJ 8Z'IO N* 574A G U E aCzFR- -
row, Arivem Wasbiiton City, who ha been'in our Goods, Hayts, Cape, Shoes, Notons, etc., Sewing M ac ine fD IVS I
city, with Mr. ChON. S B. Moffat for the ad will be sold at asnd below cel The sale .. Ma e DIV SIO ST W E
e S. talro l, Sdt Augustine slaa.; I Wh.ms G. l oup ofa scnic photograph. whi h h'.aa ist., and bo Continued from dasy to day Ag n ___ I ne a_ -'VARNISH$_____
Bartholomug, Tam -p, Fln,. Mr. Frank r recently takonoi our bu sne sMos n e anin s remebrgainos can now xbe To oIf This onaf W fhes excelen an "old ldoe"B A Sl
Page, Watervllle N. Y'; S. Aifred Pony, denu o W hosT es, etc., amongwhieha l oneof o public is rspectfully aellknwn ts a n ahinessould cellonm e er
New York, N. Y, the Island City Guards, taken in/tont of invited to call and examine our goods. Daily, flione (f A. to 1+2 P to,,
So no, W. & M h IN tore, Our reason for selling out at cost are im- Jane --m, l o -l -
fos ipento eaotherse. immediately afteDr thei r returnoflro mason" an I leo b we w msh to retire from the POST tind Us Vltr d ofPAPER,
ii ttig teeth. at serof scenery Chotoraphs we ever saw. 4 a oness. fs FW
te-auti on~tuwork.in ras eM.' I It'ne thng airet on of Mr a ILrner to re- I -1ie DuvTl street,
a E thing, a. o O tunt e orthiabout the 4th of 7next mo ath, l &e C, p .oNrNorrto o found iSf tile Fiewo, 5'hket,
r strnet Ee and before leavi-g he will devote the inter- -otse gra surveyor ,ll C ApI o le tf. ,,, ,
free ebano m ost at isome ss Phousesphs drite he Mrcat's Poectie Associateio nt ofund vlVwt t Iqn an.
DG'. PerllerOffy r alr nfefor ,, he wdll o4 arr N or to give his friends 8o'clockp. inin theirHall ever thePr store SM n AND
Dr. Joseph F. Former, State Health Of there a correct idea of the beauty of the of Nov DO MRris&(o.ltthf e TDivso tv. "IO DAI LL V S B
floor, has received a, telegram Bein Island City. Gto. A. rf CaDv in te, Gene Louisiana. -, ", G
hIm to S nford to enamne into the eon- wo Houses amd C ot w or has e. M o c ot All Orders should be left at tht., ..O.. M DIVISION
dition of affairs there. The telegram Situated onwthe corner oC Olivia street sAreglr convocation ofwAaron's hapler officeor 177 Simonton StreeI1
stated taLt a lady in that iLty had Just sad Wn .sor soae, 00 ful tsqu are Has e. 18, coyal Arch Mtonwll convoneon O.
died with a supposed esan of yellow fevr.; two housetore houses on hecorner and nth l Thursday of each vd every" menul' A4MESNA FI T
however the doctor informedl us that he dwellng tajoining. For particulars apply at teo Mson iHall, Thomas street. .--Ae & 1," .. .i,

Page, Wotervwillle. for Y;S.Alfred o nth e ho uses, t amo ng whih Io.n in of ml tn i n thf -art--Mae a opeef o of--
steamship Olivette, and we wil soon'learn De tn Sz:--On Mondar the ind Inst., af ,l yn s ono&rAm lA" and -- w PITe -- s
the rut ofthe attr, the eolored paeachors atthopr~seof toolm safe ir.eueoi-mse. HILL BR'_PHR8zJOILD TA1 .o

U-AaNrried these Methodist EploopaL The "isl u it to aln. .u ~-A-
lri d at the reldenoe of the bride's following names are theosl elected Ks* Wholesale Dealers in
her,Capt.H.DavPs, atM8 o'olo5k last ewo.Pven es bes dent e t. MEilline oodHatn Caps an do Y s r E s
Mr. Otto Kirdhholmer bud Miss .Atdi D o W hoak gold by Druggist-
vies Bev, Mr. Woodso g Treasurer N. B. Stwr. D. ., For sale at Dr. Pendleton's Dru Straw Good -In evry tvle..-
Atfe the marriage oeremon, whteh was The o t 0o this organic union tore P 8 T ar. mas odeate as any ba s In
a most boantiful and affect n one the fotify the action of the ministers, go that PRINCE T.
,rlde, roon 'd n wotlnle theywllI a iOod'toasimor PEERLEgS DYEa gSuest. w u. .. int tey will beIh ..ew vor i c.
I pa us dining-r wheo s tood a e the habits of th ae who anr in S ...' _- J' '-"-_ -& $m id rals
and beautifuly dooorated table filled of demorallationthrogh immotynd W. ALab--:, a lamp I lulps Watgon ris
h 1te most delicious Anid tempting vioo, which are the momean of dltloying G W. A. DAY. IWSLLUN. d "-ela-.--h.....tIIg ',
viandsi MrpVud Wflh te happy ooaple the society of this place. TY.AT.LAWNOTA LI.
Sore, oas to the ss ofthe forth by Ros. J. sexton P. T homes Will praot e in the United Stats,. O tk .t d to with mpl.no
Snewly vda, eel. and Butler, after which the Doxology was sult and Distriot Courts fo the Southern -IN A PEIALTY
The is tons of *-y West's most son and the Benediction pronounced by District of Plorida, and t Siatd adCond
Sou dnet men, and th Bro her Butler with an understanding to sy Ooarfs, Monroe Count
t dC "o u sweetest and moet at Zion African Methodist Episcopa 0lo atI Key West h n l-kt..
has t ami san we loved bioand Adl. Church, Tuesday Ruth insm V J QOt. ab
. ,o knew her. NFUlifWi BOO flT O V=.S
The uAvo.DuoonAT extends its con. Or IC Or Mo n on ) r o Ds i
gratulations to the newly wedded twain, BOARoD Tor T jf for i rALT& m s e s 1
and wishes for them a long and happy life, e W,, l, Aprl2, 168. UU W=4, l ,lm.
It. A, Gunn MeDDoo m andd hbor 71 hef Public. U f
.Gof Sur ennrMy .teaSttd fmesdc The medinspiotlonofvoesselsonden. AN. 101.A, O7 u nI l .s K.I Dea an rf Th md
College, Editor of:"Medleal Tribune,"Au. of the quatartne system
thor of "Gunn's NewImroved Hand-bek 1A h adopted by th ic State Boafwrd of elth ofR
thorof "Hgien sewan d Dom MeIen e -' k ~ Floridp, which should have gone into of- O 1 dr
e g I do to ban o e ft April 151t, and which wi continue to i 'e G .
feol9whli v6d thsat no ofh0 of November 80th Of each ears has for this last NltottrnGU\ T les el 8 o1
soe M tine l ow ain m eu oar d of He alth u.til.May lot o. th .ie ar'. A Cm .
* mo y a1 wil belt In -.Atteutton is invitd to i o at'b i bylz all o w Marry&, U
ed evalue of W ar.the State Bonrd of Haaltj, whiboubjOof vlEt SgalforS May4
G1o 04 War vesselsdplyinl bIetwee.n Iany Fe poort, "DA Alm-Dm
this Board aslnected b er. *geiK WhO w44 to
-.. te ISIAmf.. Oubao ano' Who wil i t 1 allow- -

[n"#. St ,adm. IL 3ijiis Accommodatin ,T O.s91 A=I OWiWO1
) ; .-

University of Florida Home Page
© 2004 - 2010 University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries.
All rights reserved.

Acceptable Use, Copyright, and Disclaimer Statement
Last updated October 10, 2010 - - mvs