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Title: Key West Democrat
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Place of Publication: Key West, Florida
Publication Date: April 9, 1882
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KEY


WEST


DEMOC RAT:


VOL. II. NO. 32.


KEY WEST. FAi. SATURDAY.


APRIL 29. 184 2. PrrEN CENTS.


THE KEY WEST DEMOCRAT
C. 13 P ULNDLETON, Ed. & Prop.
OFFICiAt OIAX, sRIXTU JuwD.u. ucluiir.
Published on Saturday.
Ofiooe on Front Street.
KF.Y WEST FLORIDA.
TERMS OF SUBiSCRlIP'TION.
One yer (in advance) .............. $2.U0.
4ix nmonths........................ 1.00.
singlu Uopy........................ ,10
RATES OF ADVERTISING.
.Local notices ISCts. per line.
One inch lukiiks a siqluaro -Per square,
one insertion, $1; one stiuaro one month,
$3;, two squares ono month, $5.
Legal advortis aments will be charged as
brosflribed by law,
ne volun, (i1 Inches), one year, $150.00
Half column 75,00.
nrter 10.00.
eighth $25.00.
Twelfth "" *li.00.
AdlvcrtlseNjmnts not inarked with the
number (if times, will be inserted untiL for-
bid, ncl char ed accordingly,
,4- Speciao inducements to liberal adml-
vertisers. -"1'.'4
P'ROFISSIONAh I A lRDS,

W. 0. MALONEY, Jr.,
A TTORN EY AT LAW and SOLICITOR
J IN CHANCLIRY.
KEY WEST............,.. FLORIDA.
Dlt. J. W. V. iR. PLUMMER,
PHYSICIAN in,l SURGEON.,
Oflice -Simonton Street, one door above
]lininug.
LOUIS A. OREAUX,
W AT'HIMAKERl and JEWELER,
Everything in his line done .with neat-
noes, and dispatch.
Ofice-- Next door to Hariol, Front Street.
DL W J. BABRTLUhJ,
SIUlGEON DENTIST,
Office--Opposite Curry & Curtis' Store.
KEY i"EST FLORIDA.
WALTER C. MALONEY,
ATTOtNEY AT LAW

And l-,giter in B]ankruptcy.
SOUTHERN DISTRICT, FLOTIDA.
L. W. BETHEL,
A TTORUlNEY A'T LAW.


Wi l practi'u in all the Federn
AStat' Courts,
KE1Y WEST, FLC
11. iXEs (iCARDS.

BIN0HAM SCHOC
ESTraLIrsHEmD IN 171)3.
MEBANEVILLE, N. 0,
An English Classical, Miit-hematical
tifle a1a Comoimaerolal

with 1it lltiary Orauiznition is iri
smcotig Muthirn Hoarding Schools I
in age anwl noiesitihorn, and its arew
trinumiw in 180 exceedeul that of any
chnol in tho Unitod States. Twe
Floridians in at endiinco, For aat
giving full partitulars, h'ddres
MAJOI I. ]IINGIIi
Hupetrinteut

A. F. TIFT,
GENEIIAL
Commission Merch
KEY WEST, FLA.,
Hais extensive Wharves annd Ft
Warehouses for the accomodatiou
largest cinse of Steamers.
Sr Coiil, Ice, Water and other s
for Steamutrs.
Charters lprocurod for vessels be
ports in the Gulf and West Indies.
OHARLES ST. JOH
General Maohin'!t & Boller 7
SHIP AND BLACKSMITH
IN ALL ITS RU&ANCUES.
Steam, Gas, and Water Pipe ]
GIVEN PROMPT ATTENTIC
WALL STREET, KEY WEST
R. CORDON,


News Dep<

and dealer in

BOOKS, STATIONERY, &c
Papors from Europe, together w
mosot every American Periodical.
Books, etc,, of latest dates,
cThoice Cigars, Wines, Liquors,
co, 8nSif' and Pilwi, al-
ways on hand.
GARDEN SEEDS, A FULL
PLY.

M. S. MOREM
Wholfesle and Retail Dealer in

MARINE CtURIOSITI

I constantly keep on ha4l a rga
of White Coral, Queen, KpAg an
' Conch Shells. Also a large asortc
Hea Fans, Fpeathers, SmaliShells an
other Curiosities. Those desiring in
tion conornaipg the above will plo
close stiap for answer.
Goods Shipped to any Addr


IEXCHAWdO ON NEW YORK.
Draft# Sought and Sol*i
4ws0

MXQthV fllt'IVBh ON DEPOSIT BT
JOIJN Vi'/I E.


IBUSINE~ S CAlfDS.

John W. Wetherford

(No. 2, Front Street.)
--DEALER IN-

EXTRA FINE WINES& LIQUORS
F THE VERY BEST
0
QT7A TT '.L' X.

Also tho BEST of.

HAVANA 010A S.
I HAVE PURCHASED the entire liqua
I shtck of Mr. Win. Curry, so you can
judge of the quality., raO'ive ne a caul
and yuon will not be dieappointed.,O
-{ dbHOCK REPLENISHED WEEKLY -
--**FROM NEW YORK*.*-
When you see this mt amuy know that

J. T. ATKINS,

The Painteo,,
1'ins Vui' rkaid a
Staining, Glazing, Gilding aind Paper-
Hanging, all done by the
"Old Vetoriu."
Don't forget the fitet that, beKides being
the best. he is the chaesp(tt ,inter in town;
knows how work ought to be done. nnd
does it just thlAt way. Paint Shop on 81-
umonton Street, near tore of L. W. Pierce,
WI*. H. WILLIAMS,'
Successor to Honson ,a Willialts.
BLACKSMITH, WFHEELWRIGIT. TIN,
COPPER and SHEETIRON WORKER.

In fact is lprepired to do ovyerthing in
this line,

1oAWuV3NM, &, A SPECIALITY.
He in the Agent of thie original Lightning
Rod Mate, an ui nes sauiples oftill the differ.
ent Rods. .'thl anud have your house pro.
tested.

CHARLES OLSEN,
LIVERY. STABLE KEEPER.
AND DIALUE IN

GROCERIES !
PROVISIOfS AND
' SHIP'S 'rO 1nES."

I1 POHLMAIN, JR., & 00.
WHOLESALE

GC+ 0 0 MO E S,
82 Tehoupitoulah St.; P. 0. Bo. 1200
NEW ORLEANS, LA*
NEW FIRM.
A. .LOVWE & BROTHER,
Tin, Copper and Sheetiron
Workers.
They ask 1a thre of the pul lie patronAge.
and promise in return
NEAT AND CHEAP WORK.
Shop opposite Whitmore Iandor's store.

Hurrah! Hurrah!!


IING FOR --

Fitting Johi Wellncot,
N. 100 Cream fit for the Gods every day.
, FLA. Home Made Aindies fresh and delicious.
A full supply of Nuts. Crackers, Cltrons,
Fresh Roasted Pernunts, Ac., &e.

)tq Oool drinks
A specialty.
(Sintmoton Street, opposite stone ehu rh)

Worster & Ad.amg,
., &e. O
ith al. COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
School
Florida Oranges & Vegetahles a Speciality.
Tobac- CONSIGNMENTS SOLICITED


And Prompt Returns made.

RIrFanmoI--National Baunk Republlb. 900
B. Street, N. W., Washington. D 0,
April 8. 3 m

E 0. OGWYNN,
Notary Public and Auctioneer,
IcsOX 1856.

Also calls attention to his


Nursed by weekly additions of
PFR R E 8 H G OOD I*u
From New York and New Orleans.
Ru, Go MAgx r PmaoR C.aum o.

Sewing Machines,
MIm. D. D. oberts will leave tha oly *ear
ly ip My, and having Sa ey of the well.
PtAc featiugtouno Sewm u.hiDems-nes
bhud, will Mel them tan eluw the prit
she has before sold thet at. This oer iq
good.until May the first. This ito your ti
4. get i chea.aclteh e. (tpr.L1)'


WILLIAM D. CASH,



WHOLESALE and RETAIL



DIALEn Wv



.&~ IERAL NEBCIANDISE



Cor. Frout nad Duval Sts.,


RI'vemu In, e 'ab')l .9'cniWrw anuid
fr'om .Veecu o ,'A.' aned Nou
(..b-affs, a


Sail


FRESH SUPPLY



-or-
-OF-




GROCERIES !



PROVISIONS



-AND--




Canned Goods.


Hems AltccpA in 9o- ai* L' arge
Iloell-S,lecde~d Assort.
utmelit V


and'


SHIP CHANDLERY,



CROCKERY,




GLASS,




TIN







HARDWARE






CMPEIB" TOOL STORES


OILS and 'VARNISHES,


-URNITUR.


-AND-


Stationery.


MiSS sd SHIP STORRS


4 Specialty,


Well Merited Success.
A gentleman once asked a distinguished
dispensing druggist to-uiplalu the secret
of the almost universild 'demand for Dr.
Richmond'sn amaritan Nervine. He said
that it was in fact a genuine medicine-
such a compound .a every good physician
would prescribe for the sI'as e w ih it
was adverter!ted to cure Of course it
cost leaINs than any d-'qgist would eholarge
for the same article a)plied on a phySl.
cian's prescription, ai..besides, there was
a saving of the doctor's fee in addition.
Moreover by buying tho drugs in anal
enormous quantities. and having a perfect
apparatus for compounding the mixture,
he was not only enabled'to get better arti-
cles in the first place, but also to present
the medicine in botten form cad at loss
price than the sanmeo prciration uould pon.
sibly be obtained from any either ouroe,
Dr. itehmond has devoted ill his cnurgles
to the islviution of human suirering, With
this end in view; nas uith his whola heart
in iiia gruat labor for a the .enu:fit of the
afflicted, hle has achihvil tared and aerl.
ted success. There cau bh no reail suciem
without tru merit. 'T'lhat his suvou Is
reanl is ,videtnued by thtA felt04hit il le isa.
tatitn aI a mtian and pltysi'hii ,l'.toon ut de.
teriorlate, an.l te lut hatbut there is a stead.
ily incroMsing demand: for his tanmarlti
Nervine proves that it is no notrum, but a

reliable remedy. le is r, pewatedly in-
formed the publio4liet4h t nt Sialet m ued.
ioinu, and no alit. ut evr on iisked
for or obtdainl. N, er does h ftYstee
it as a cure.iQ.ll. 'IAere t .lU*(4js of
di,1sees that ,tI. '?u -I4* ?Jia It ml ot
cture. It inmay be ur .'\tt lemta of these
disea's arhe so wi, t'reff'nt that it
seems absurd to pr the sant remacdy.
T mey say differ in M ib let in char.
noter be precisely lisr; Ad theu we
must take into oons aton the fet that
romedie may poe varioUNs propertlea.
.Thus, some meaoi i rer both tonic tad
"lterative; others m e totnio and laxative,
the properties dit I aeeorelip to the
quantity adiltite and the -time and
re.mUtanoeN whth lndlts.e euiploy.
ment. "
In the manufacture I My pharmaceutiU
ca preparation the pt i O .id strength of
the ma ia used, w requisite baa.
bhirtty to be esiloyj ar among the
ieslf.aentials. Thi .nt is insured by
purohauing the lngiedelat in large quiaut.
fitle, whereby the aerie of greter care
In eleoting the materials 9an 1 affo.red(
and the aseooInd an ontlbe.aomipliaed
whm the.busaieiss a u .liliy extensive
to warrant a large outlast f capitI in prp.
ouning chemical apparitUs. These saits
apply with eemoasl foroe to the sanufa-o.
lure Of our meditnes, -tl lr quality hating
een vastly improve u .oe the dela iad
has become so geat ts % reTe their mapnn
ufioture Ia very large q*st4lks,
These Ider st act ni re weeotOi)ative re.
rks to ntle sthe ander. OV to itnhbqs
him with false iCvs of the periorit of
our mediclues. Whie Ipectin fDr. which.
mond's eptahblie. 1 at d w be sur-
prlssl o ,uep ehe adMi lIe .IlyteW, ob


cheamicnl and melirhnical, which he en-.
loys tn the Proseeattiou of his business.
Everything is arranged hi the most per.
feotly systematic order, awl while to the
general observer thore lppfar to he no
room for in provement, yst new apparatus
and nmechtunlcat appliances are oustuitly
being procured for the establishment.

THE GOLDEN ORANUR.
A Fortune In Twelve ears on a Thirty
Dollar Stake.
H. W. G's. Florida Letter.
The other night I'was riding with
about twenty pounds of black bass,
across country on a wagon, withl
Capt. Garden Hardee-a swarthy
Georgian turned to Floridian. We
fMll to talking about his experience
in orange growing, and it in so full of
interest that I give you what he told
me.


ous and promising. 'his very place
Rock Ledge, which is tinmply a h:umn-
mock of a half mile .w.n h and four
miles in length, co '- ihawe boeon
bought ten years ao for $500 or
$1,000. There atire now several groves
either of wldebh would not Ie bought
for $500,00. This growth of value
is due suipy to the producing quali-
ty of the lail, and not because of ar-
tificial reasbnas. Nearly a million or-
anges will lie shipped from Rlock
Ledge this year, and over two mil-
lion next year, with a capacity of
over ten millions f'on the groves
now planted. Every part of the
available land is occupied, and none
is for sale except at iuch finy figures
ns mar intended to seare off purchas-


SAMARITAN
NERVIN E.
SAMARITAN NERVINE
cured my little girl of fits. she was also
deaf and dumb bt U cured her. She can
now talk and koare s well as anybody.
PYTraz Ros, Springwator, Wis.
5AMAnITtN NFRVINE a
Has baete the means of hearing muy wife of
rhonmatisni.
J.. L'LearcEmZ, Fort Colllns, Col.
RAMAUtITAN NaRVlsE
Made a sure cure of ease of fits for nmy
son. B. KA. ALLN, Hifttaville, KaUn.
SAMARITAN NERVLNZ
Cared me of vertigo, neuralgin aul sfthk
headache. MmA. WM. HEN.eON, Aurora, Ill.
SAMAtITAN NERVINE
Was the means of during my wife of spasms.
Riv. J. A. EDDXI, Beaver, P'a.
SAMAIITAN NEIVINe
Cured md of astiona, after spending over
$3000 with other doctors.
.. Housos, New Albuny, Ind.
S AMARITAN NXIVIx I
Effectually cured ue of passs,
.,Ml p jNjH WAtnDA,
710 WAt Va'n Buren St., C.Mego ill.
SAMABITAN NERVINE
Cured our child of fits after given up to
die by our family physician, it having over
100 in 24 hours.

HElit Kees, Vervilla, Warren Co., Tonn.
8AMARITAN NERVtIN'
Cured uo of srofuila utter suffering for
eight years. ALDxuT Sw 'soN, Peorin, 111.
SAMARITAN 1EnVINA
Cured my son of fitN, qfter spending $*200
with other doctors..
J. IV. Tuoanrow, Clidborn, Miss,
8AMARITAIjI NERVINI
Cured lMo perUnanctly1of epileptic fits of a
stubborn charancter.
RZv. WM. MAnUN, PIeobanientown, Md.
8AMAUITAWN1 KVINX
Cured my son of fi hvin had
2,,500 in eighteen Mon Bhs. h"
Mns. E. Fons, e\st Potsdam, N. Y.
8AMAnilAN NFJRVINE
Cured me of opiloey of nine years* stand.
Ing. Miss bLUNA MABnALL,
Gntby, Newton Co., Mo,
BAMA I'A II EBVINU
Has pornanently .urea me of epilepsy of
many years duration:.' o
TAGon u TON, Joseph., Mo.
SAMARITAN NFtcVINE
Cured te of bronchitis, asthma and ganer
al debility. OrivEi Mants, Ironton, eU:-
HAMAtir.YAN NEiER'VLN .. .
Has cured me of authiua -and scrofula of
many year* standing. IsAAc Jxu wE.L
Covington, Ky.
SAMARITAN NH 1VINE
Cured me of fits. Have been well for over
four years. Oas5. E. CUnTM,
OsaBlii, Douglass Co,,.Minn.
SAMAlSITAN NlI VINX
Cured a friend ef mine wh i hoal dysiepppla
very badly. MuIRAEI. O'Coson,,
idgway., 'i.
8AMARITAN NEHVINE
Has pertmnntln y ourv4sime of pileptic fits.
DAvID T'a1 41 DHe Moinis, IoUwa
V SAypAalA*3GRVVI.
Cured ,ny wife or elpollY ('i t ,3d"ars
standing. H~xiY CLAR, tiairfleld, alich.
SASASITAN N VINE
Cured nsy wifi of a nervlus disease of the
head. E, (GUnAnA, North llope, l'a.
AAMAnIrANI NEtVINS
('nred my son of fits. He has not had a fit
for about four yearn. JonM DAVIs.
W'oodburn, Macoupin C(b., Ill.
SAMARITAN-JIRVIB E
IS FOin SALE
By All Druggists.
Or may lie had direct from us. For further
information inclose stamp for our Illustrait
tep Journil giving evidences of curce. Ad-
dresy
ro D. s. A. ninCHION b& co.,
Worldw- Epileptic Institute
ST. JOSEPH MO.


culled "Oak Hill." If I wanted to
go into the vegetable business and
nothing else, I should go on what is
known as the "Cofield Plantation,"
about seven miles from here, where
the lands are as fine im an be found
in the State, being thoroughly adapt-
ed to the culture of early vegetables,
and all other products of the farm.
Perhaps I may seem a little leng-
thy in my remarks, but hope you
will find space in your valuable pa-
per to publish them, as I think it o.>-
ly fair and just for this section, anud
besides there might have been some
who had ten idea of coming here, but
who might after reading your paper,
be persuaded not to come. If the
"gentleman from Manatee" will nuly
mention one party, and this proves
true, I am willing to acknowledge
myself in error, and accept ,the cor-
rection. Alt I say is let each section
.have justice, let come what will.
Your obedient servant,
Au.ca.u.c

Speaker Keifer is an optimist as
regards the Republic. He made a
speech at a re-union of veterans in
Baitimaore on Monday night, ma n iu
the course of the speech said that
since the war "this nation has grown
in every way better- -morally, physi-
cally and patriotically. We live lon-
ger. There is ies public rascality to
the population than in any other na-
tion which ever did exist."

In the course of an aggressive and
plain-spoken article in a recent Issue,
the Macon Telegraph and Messenger
says: "It may be that this line of
thought and such declarations will
not suit that branch of Democracy.
which lies toward the North. We
eare little whether it does or not.
That branch has not suited us. To
a solid South it has brought North-
erm divisions; to Southern prompt-
neo ain'd courage it han joined hesi-
tation and cowardice. In the future
lot it dress on our position we can
no longer atfof d to disorder out front
by dresing on 1un1teady liess*"


Vuwrrent comment.
The Boston Post--pe' flrevereok
ly of Mr. Conlding as the.Great.Bow-
ed Down.
It is reportedlithat'it was Senator
Logan's vigorous assaults on the lan-
guage that used him up.
lenry Watterson has declaredd en-
pliitly that Senator Bayad will not
do for the Democratic standard-beaz-
er in 1884.
The Comptroller of-the Curreney
has decided to issue a mnow $5 Na-
tional bank note with a portrait oj
President Garfield.
The Rungarian giant Drasal and
the Prussian giants siMaxia .are
about to beo married at Berinm. cb
is over eight fooeet high. It will be a
big thing.
Tho Pltlddlphia Prns iameta
that Mahone's attempt to hold up aa
administration party by the tail in
Virginia has met with an unexpected
difficulty: the tail has given away.
A Justice on Long Island, N. Y,,
concluded a recent marriage coremo-
, av as follows: "Them as this Couni
has joined together let no man put
amunder, but suffer little children to
come unto them, so help you God."
Jumbo has sent the following des-
patch: "To ray old friends of the
Z).o--Slip your cables, burst your
cages and come to the United States.
Elephants ride in carriage, iWhis-
kv magnificent and. i acco far supe-
rior to any bought in Piccadilly.
Thirty thousand Yankees eso.tedo
me to pnlatiat quaters. ,(8igno

A man was caught the other 'tigtA
in the very'act of assaulting a womaa
on Boston Common, but wass aet lr
the next dty by the Justifee a the
ground that the woman had no busi-
n.wss to le out at the hour the felony
'took place-one o'clock at night.
General S. A. Hurlbuit's neigh-
bors at Rlockford, Il., are indignmt
tt Shipher.L They .sa lhat the'late
Minister was so honest that, Jhougl
he had many opportunities to steal
he died very poor. His widow has
only $10,000 for which sum his liW
wvas insured.
The Philadelphia Press fund for
"Betty and the Baby." raised by ten-
cent subscript ons, has ,,reAehet the
heandiolue sumk of nearly $3200, yet
Mrs. Mason is imid to be disappeat-
cd at the result. She wants her hus-
band, as soon as he is released, .to
leave the army and buy a farm.
Items of Interest.


"I came to'Plorida," he said, "a- era9.
bout twelve years ago. I had plant. l ... ..
ed cotton too long la Brooks county, Letter -'o Maate O"ty,
and as a natural consequence was PAAius, MANATuE Co., FLx.
broke, I reached Florida with $80 3jarch 10th, 1882.
in my pocket. I had heard of the 'To Trum Ev, or THE BEE-Sis': Ini
profits of orange growing, and I do- your issue of the hd you stated that
tenniucd to get me a grove. I c me a gointleman from this county inforiu-
through all the .settlements, whore od you that 4he vegetables in this
.land was high, and worked down to section were killed by the frost aon
Indian river, then a perfect wilder- thle preceding Friday. Now, I don't
ness. I struck this hammock and know who this gentleman was, but
took a homestead-the one I now oc- think he must have been mistaken as
cupy. I put me up a little bed to to the date, for I am personally in.
sleep in, and cwumenced clearing my torested in the vegetable business
land. I worked at this a year, and myself, and so in nearly ovary one in
then found that I lhad not a cent, and roach of transportation, and after
.its entirely out of everything. I talking with a number of the largest
was very much discouraged, and planters, idn well as 'any immediate
thought of giving up the few seeds neighbors, I have not heard of a Pin-
that I had planted and going back to gle thing injured it the least. It is
Georgia. Instead of doing this, how- true we had rather heavy frosts on
ever, I hired myself out itas a common January 8d and February 6th, which
laborer ut a dollar a da'. As soon injured the crops slightly Wi some lo-
as I had $60 laid up I went back to catons,l but wre not general by any
my land, and put out more seeds and means, and, oven the_ the only daia-
cleared up more space. By living on age done, was wher1hahe crops had
fish, fruit and game I managed yv.ry been recently worked, and the soil
well on very little money, was porous. I
"The secaud year 1 plflted (a #(.it I Iflly tie.ieve t;1l, thli is noW the
corn and potatoes, which I sold for garden spot of Floridit. To show
about $90. This put me through that tJ'je is no rink to run from frost
handsomely, mad I cleared more land, Messrs. Hendrix & Co., of Palmetto,
and put out more trees. By working have shipped upwards of six hundred
out a little more and planting more crates of tomatoes since December,
potatoes, I worked through for ten which have sold on in average of
yogru, putting out more trees and from three to six dollars per crate,
clearing up more land until I had a and this too, only from a small win-
grove that had begun to pa1 and tr patch. They are novw comment.
then I was independent." ,t ing to ship frout a field plhntod later
"What is tho result of it' all ?" I in the season. A person her,"vith
a:-ekod him. p prop~ezrtre and attention (apld yea"-
"Why, I have. all that any man can little of it) can ship at any.easoni he
nood. I have a grove of 1,S00 trees may wish. Besides the above named
that will give wee this year an income shippers, many others are now ship-
equal to the interest of 25,000. Next ping from the uiate places, and also
3'year it will pay double this, and from various other points along the
when in full bearing will pay fro:u river.
$10,000 to $15,000 a year. .1 would I dhink, if I wanted a homo and
not take $50,000 for it. I anm adding orange grove in South Florida, I
to it annually and shall put out pine would have it right here on what. is


New Orleans has a debt of $2,
000,00.
A good fruit year im predicted ia
the South.
The French residents of New YoAr
'umber alxmut 10,000.
The military force in Ireland con-
sistu of 30,000 men, 8,000 horses and
fifty-two guns.-
A runaway horse in Dnndas street
Toronto, jumped over a group of
three children without doing them
any injury, and also over a peram-
bulator containing a baby.
Of the large cities in the United
States, Clarleston, S, C., hitt the
largest proportion of colored people,
55 per cent. Milwaukee the smallest,1'3
blacks to every 5,000 e'f the total
population. *
No less than 800,000 tons of tin
plate are annually used in the United
States in the manufacture of tin boxes
and c'nt fur oysters and the aul-
titude of various things hkow to
canners. A single Now york fhin uses
twenty tons of tin plate per day.
The Rocky Mountain weasel is the
embodiment of watchfulness anu
agility. He skurries over the snow at
a great pace when surprised, and, it
the snow is light and feathery, shoots
beneath the surface like a muskrat,*
comijg up only at intervals.
He Missed That.
Just before the Michigan Third In-
fantry entered upp the ad-hot fight
at Pair Oaks a private in out of the
companies stepped forward to his
ApitLai and sid: .
Captain art .,'e going to ol LW t *
"I expect we are.
"And some of us will get killed?
"Like as not." t
"Then I'd lJke to spoak to tW
chaplain a miante.".
"What for ?"
"I'm not prepared to di( OQaptain."
"But you ean't leave your compa-
ny. You, must take your chances,
whether yw', ar prepared 'or not.
That's wAypu senlsted .fr,"
"Y.-.t I o1W Bso," dtswled the
mon I he 'aned his neck to look
for Vbldi own in the woods. "and I
was 1st fo#l enough to diidver that
UtVruamn didn't oare a copper whom
Iet to qfter I'd been Aot Aout d
bhi vi1l You bet he doeu't
auy ore reoruite from our town
t pit is settled.-Fre PrM .


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apples, guava, citrons, &c., from year
to year.
"It has taken you twelve years to
get this 1" ?"
"Yes, and twelve hard years at that
But I thought it all over before I
started and determined to give
twelve years to it. It looks like a
long time, but where is the lawyer or
merchant, or manufacturer that can
start with $380 and build up a com-
petent fortune in less time than I
have taken ? There may be shore
bustle and rush in what they do than
in my quiet life, but they seldom
reach independence sooner than I
have, and they take much risk andI
worry."
"How many men start as you did,
and win independence ?"
"Very few. You see there are so
many chances to take. It is general-
ly.believed that any land ia Florida
will produce oranges, when there ia
very little land that will do for oran-
ges at all. Hundreds of men are
fooled in their land, and don't find
it out until it is too late to start a-
gain. Others who get good land find
that they have a storm exposure and
in one night the labor of years is lost.
Others are fooled in their trees, get-
ting poor seed or seedlings. Still
others go about it wrong, and others
break down under the climate or
the work. And thete are those who
get everything right and And that
their trees die without any apparent
cause. It is ay 'opinion that over
half the orange groves set out in the
past ten years have been abandoned,
and there are hundreds of others
that are now kept alive only by fMr-
tilding exshosively. The trees take
the "die back," and nothing can 4evp
them., But where a man exercis;a
due caution in locating, and then at-
tends to his bwesine he has better
chances of sucoei at orange growing
than noting else in teworld, and
the sawess wwit it ii achieved is full
and permanent,.
The more I see of Floridas the
snore I atn convinced that the south-
erp part of the state is most prosper-


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KEY If 1t I)EMO(CAT 'I' A riise to llnvanitiit, Many and many are thie lives that) [CoMMrifNrVAT:D.J .
.... "" --- t SOn h].,it S i Im'iln v Iihein.r t nitp lid h v e becni saved, ail inituy are the Mn. EI,'rroI :
I .1. i'lNlI) tON, tl (ditor. II ('.ofortab.le loks o' f Ala- distni hlow. mtlado hauppV y the Yot. article on "Metdi- L
J --. l t.. ,i .. ulteote E> ,itor* JI-, skill of this pl)a11ntSl Doctor andi th) odisn and its futtlre," in beotle me, I
.. -.I:l, nd the promise fl te 'eatlli tot ( I -EN''. s.*urda1y'. April iti, l.i .4 we i iaked niir diien nil siOppd4 'iAe stro pt of Mr. J. G(onziles, Shipi statenients; or assent to all its con- f
I Iinn(il the giooId shi tir ) v ,ruis to Cliiindlhr, i;i the hoadquartnrs for cat- niltsions, I am pleased with the neiw i
.. _r .r i i fietnc no "ll, hian 'ind return'. '[Th>e tl|tt lt wit '') jinlibt.,I,s t ,,,,i t 0' l >i iWit w ir..,r d ( is d .'rv 0ly pop ular with all of VWest Jouriialimtn; and hopot oa' will
'I I l .4 (.11114.11) i'1 II, ll I, nil 'w ay II ]lilr (, l J .. O l .n 1
-st on. l, the wii1d t. \tii. extel s i l tes. (O Mon da y evening, afitter give us frequent oditoriaIIsm. 4 tluch
.1. h it tt i Ii wis hhlflul i evep. wi.' two liosi ilasanuit dfLy, we left Ha- and kindtrode ubnjtt. ,
,,,s what it, ikn N e i llc. it KIiv W4i.t i4 t t '. M., the v'ina andti within itin hours were ont It is lnot miy lpurpoiie tk *riticime v
Indlc of Texas into New Mxi sm ooi lt,1 the Itemtiilr thite wharf in Kov W'est, quite a short or Condeumn the ip6lity or riniplotis
id is over twrinttdred miles long. ,i s..i|..'c.lv ,a ,rcib, motion t trip when one takes in eonsideratiolt of anyi church ti'OganizatiUon btt, ast I
I- -** l i .the ditereive illn country, people and, vou have boen pleasod to nvmsart that t
l 'y- Bro.^ o.d is wrong wiht hie <11h "xnt I-ii -vr ,v w (e i<'r a(t onisms of Cuba aid t to United "It is ams uinch a folly fo, Calva'tit, (
itutcs that thel llalitit's were tlit t-i l "i ; i1 ]"ilit wis tali n 'ilet it d StiSt notes. This is i trip .that every' Baptist, Pronslh toria i other )rot- '
ili'st to liroilliulg"it' religious Iilt1'rt .l w litin li lf anll hour the Cuistojmi tourist to Florida slhotld miakte; atin estauit Iltrclhoes to pi ttira to ther- ]
ln this c'iiunt n. Id i oi, H iii e ili( r l toul m abolitl, ex. if tlhe i se with which one1 coult go selves that their .r(t I or their ,'i rihl .p
t, e sttlir of ,tr land, wits \iv M i l,, thei it ietssa'-rv piaptrs, inl Wand s llinlJy Sliown antd tilive'rttiig will xircisontilove.iihdin fintuioncl e
S 1 i t l do ne itn a proper way, thousands ttl the church pility of tli t'futrJe,
.vier: iitoii n". of lhiit; "hr iiiiitilrn'ie.s ti' s lil w "iis mlaii lct to witiiV wuld col on this ,oast, where tens &C., &., intillitilig tltht Methodisui (
will be notiic ntxt s'ek. it lI gii, it siill town just ippoiito now oeunt. Ho uitli for 11 trip to is to shitpt "cthei church polity of the l
-- 4 0* --- tiiivai; ti lit here, ferry-hlboi iiiake tile "Quic'oni of tlhe Antille." fiturt," also that orte nuivet%;l' 1
--Tlic Brokisville Criec liit rit l lar tius very few lii t iltues tio -c4- Hicliu government and policy is ia
.,c i)o, 1 rr.' 5 i wh"y (Con'ess ,l,, L in] wi'lh miir o. Inhliortauit Floridti News. vessltry future of the ifuturi---"anid
1n 1 I D v n s"lt ,(-t t lt I llotildn to the TinTs.lt] a follown i,0 th IIive l lAWtv I
be tlt' ,omiitneti ill thu first district tlhi-r lisL' eigrs we ,cro sit lit O April i (t Universt the tiurvival of Mci ie
for Co(ngress over all otht'r. r 'J' t il tl tl( ook l t atrri'iat'e for theta AiI.N1'IIN, .i' stringest and most aggressive, Meoth. d
soville Uiioni. "llotl.1 J'isag(i.' 'he Court lrty a Key V t' a Idislii will alone roniiiion, the ctohen
.1 W .! iir wit if lthiiikiigi; aindl ; \s mttr rofi cerse, we ol]' haid logltnling to learn that it is danger- bride of the Tii tacuilatte"- -permnit I
ar. il i, ,lies to sct,. lhitilt eiiiiilite(l. .Ikin..,'itau oev, but we soon foiutui oUb to fecl around such a political Uie to dissoltt front BUII views dr '
la, saw as Colonel Frank Wicker toatlings. 4tUnder sucl a regiutoT
IX.it do our s.bsortilrs i, Miril ten thel t tlthe Hava.nese took kindly to any wlt tci C.os ol FronknsOf tt prices( boon
rouilty s.iy to this? Let us lielar ".lg,." It was iticuaterial ti th( while it is in motiori. I am credibly bequenthetd to iS by our revol],tiul 1
fr, i, sole of you. so it wias tuionce arid enough of, it; ittforetdl that the special Treisury ary fathers, "frei ol to worllip I
-- -o the aniount was the only inortint Agent sent down. there to investigate God." uilh It uteaciuigi are worthy
Ag The prospects for it Dl)tmo- iti a ttr of s e vill the charges against the Colonel has thle JuHnitical F1tlhers of the Inquii-.
pratic victory il tihi ,,ountyv is none sllth te t a, tt Iliade a searching examiniiation int, tio1n.
.of the beat, and the ,men who tttentpt say that ilyou neliednot la af hat tihe Ite, and that his rtuiort, full ', It hi not t iiitioni; however, to t
to tan for tte Se,,iVte and Assembly vi iill Swindle al ,ibody I not tttt tiititii t, fuli hsuseiiH this (iet ionl at this tilte, Ibut
l t g g tlhe't iforgh ; they a exonerating Wicker, will reach here, will resolve it. lf.r the future, and
will have to carry s terrible burden g it lttlh he te a by the first of next week, the fat lftineo i ysel tvo hie )lquotion, of the t
upon their shoulders. Thlre isrnoe. tlst alhd t *e Iind elli, you einglreliady ill possesion of tllute Bpti (vtiLi Cl.r'tit polity has
dlis:tisftaction here than we were w' h u 1a tn to itt i h ('?). Treasury De artment itributed to iurd guidig the
.wre of and the fe-linLg grows e.ry At tht hilcelt we fiullld vtlrvy Ihe ac- et deStiiCH of a Conitinet.
.0i Of an d i t./ing < voilnpdntioiis, nothing to .(H>iniii II. l EIlBON IN IIOT WATE.T. The Baptists of thoe Ulited Staittue 1
d;tav; auld insteud tof it bling ineit lu l itu l I have iitformnatio which warrants a(nd their history is closely interw,.-
1 objectiohr ns ofth|intd, 'soieI of t Si o hoilt i jlls S, t, if' le in saying that United States Dia- VI with that of the United onloini,.':; 1
nuJI.ihers of the party are Oemiuingly yVo n, ,t"iil j thi'"' told ,i' ue tritt Attorney Pattorson lIas got hin- lud presents cvitieuce of the ffeet-
trying to quake the ptrtv iore o li- lino lI it 'ilthii l 0 qIget self into hot water in this iattei'. I iveness of their n chirh tolit3y in giv-
siu int> d.e third w'c -tile stroigolc tc eat et 01 wSp h iss c which finttg tone auid characqr to free gov.
cuS i ti tirdeccc in id-this tron.oi Weld fully hIttf ,IWts garltie, the 1,lttitce a rOplying to a enlluniiiont ion ho t erinnlt. I
nofw thit. it t vl, it gulod dil. ohf ctastery tlk is i 'eetrailht as the the DepartiUent of Justie aklug the he BaptistH i: tilletion with
Kowthratit. al Dtnlt 'r'tood dtia ltfr tio sct t- IcSll [cis .ruc trt lIitt the particulars of the itdictinent of the the Friends, wore ti tirst to lift tp
.ti.idor ior Di e toinratict pal.r to secret of tilt iMoro Catle.I 0v1niDeput (ci)ctor and revenue oat- the tanndard ot Rleligioui Liberty in
.tv this, but we e tlltv.i. ] Wt't Wit .,eue.d ) riit..il and prospolwrou cibi.; if ])en)auty (,t i tot antII lrevne lcon th- the United Cohlonie -for which some I
.;ir i,t,.-b i-Lr-s that th i- ulilo iItvc cii- thei t i .t itd io of them were impriltoi.4 i in Boston t
iati' reilts of so.;i thei rstlnis t way it is i ilictil therewit'i, he wrote that he knew jail. The lirat to ifolnda r)loity "une-
w.iul -siediiigtheir wmM they go on ll- e 'is lsevtr. lotless tgrvind ,f ilniet and o:
di.riil their Weivis te av strong es s i'v. the grand jury requested that stb- and full enjoytet tf jidgenent and
doruleTt t vfuth .nt.eralty fs of iit ot(it thl (it''. )e of th int lt tnabe iossned for the elpLoy cioce illa matter of religion."
0ts ifthe Deiwchtifeiaty tof soie of tuttotieCityo trIi iirch 1628, 0. 8., Dr. John Claik, 1
tve mien wiho claiei fealty to tite par- out drives, in fact w. e httve tvier be- At the time of tie receipt of his let- a Baptist ninitiiii.er, with hisassoiiatles
ty, anld who wore benoh itte b i fore se stoh well l dt, < i tu 'r the Departmnont was in possession founded the Coln. of',hlo Isantd, t
littnt's election. In tho evtnt of thutfitios toeen s it it,..l l w iiui,, pitr- of ifoirnation that lte had assured "l?'i in the sHtite t ,t'they 'orgauized
county ag asin seni lin ntegroes to rep- esque atndi (altti stree, iaveu ee it ()o.L; f'on ,It
.'.'. ittt th1e lctflWamon tl-ievi' need not be uiieasiv ta aptistn bCel,'c ,.ti N iut;t ot
resent its at Taifnhassee, and the ori./,,,/,'o,'1, its thie '' iTid drive' of that sittll begiiiii.q til e iptists of I
pyescnt prospects are more that fair tlis C(it% nor one withi a ie 't wor11 1o p t c t-hose U. 8. have i 1reaet until thoy o
for t, the Stte at itlarge ill wish to ,,rI itin of d.s ing equipages ent were designed to reach, and numbered in 181 ,500t,0i0; and if (
ow t-o i- siblt fu M rnj j vertthin.n lho tcalken wealth aid the Attorney mineral at once addres- not equal to tih MIbthodists int nu- a
tI, ? sed another letter to Patterson, in "ercial strenlthl 'Iteeit ntillion as
u iin, o, ts, li' k the 1''l, o l- vhieh he was informed of that fact, yo "assert--i iire" t o ibie equal
ni tite ,.its, like tile Frcirl, are atill- a to tt ill efficiocu( and spiritual vi- -
SW Tlhe ttloe is approachni n fr ( e i reivinds d that Its action savored to ittvli3li i tna t
ihe e.ettion of a ,teuator and Repre- et 1 ; <1ital 'i'te an talic0 toward the Collector at Koy tf it heuiths iTh growth of the B ap-
seJntatives, to represent us in the dif(ieceis )sotwe( it anl Aweric.'eest., and vas directed to ntake fur- tist Church is not 'phlinoinOal" but
se.xt State Legislatire, and some ties is tl(!e fact that d th erreprtof all the facts i the the steady inareit of "these princi-
ittiove, ltno doubtt, will soon nds ke ep' the frolnt tioor of their, stores ,re ples," which two hundred year., ,ago N
o.p.. lertises' n. l go UigtliisiheiI tehtolll fi'ont all otlOer
to bring before theu Den)oicratie party i n tt sell gods peit h. I am assuredd that evidence is at churitlhes; nd whii.eh we believe will I
.. .. -'t, tlhe. ]elI)their I)ci k doo ts r and
thoe namitesof persons;suit.blfortill ply w thir h 1 ni hand to convince the Departnent c-nt ally di hiih al Christian
ofli4s,, Although we have no sug- i si i pl i"'t'ii 't i-lie, ato ti ht Plttersoin ihas practiced decep- churches from the World, the Pope (
gestion to uati, as yet, as to who in nu tn it' action towards his s uporior office and the Devil, t
woull oe the rght cadte, yt l ll this atter, ald I amu nlueIh llis- Tlhe principles 4e held then we t
' v would d inipress on th Illinids of tuelld, another titg the taen if hie does oltt find tilt Attor- hold now; vi:
Ohe pAi.y the n,(esit "M oininafi] Hiavaine' .;. mitor honest il.n the -Gelleral BrewsteT is nout a n 'n1 'he Bibe alone 'ftnthority in tho
strong Ce-ddat; ft 1mnth nfiv i AxlT'ists, they oif t) Ihutroi t ull who nu 1>ie t ith (Arch (IfChit' i Christ .. "g ti
is shown by our titilcd ivward i tlrs, lights, &.i, oil thie sabhlatlt; liute they MUtUAL ILLIAMS AM, tUlOKlC.
*wh tl<, o: l rn thoIt istILI upopn c['lot heMre that ULO (onmi ionl~ f' of I"eri0on barptised on
antdI considrlable hard work will lbe ish t'y 'otl. 'ihose Ot itteiid It is an olSt en seltrot herre l Tni their profession of their faith.
accessary to bring tliin out on the church in Havana artliahtctri.ally ioltist oflis by at l httnPe EachtChurcha separat and dis-
day of election opposed to the larger portion of ti d that Judge Lcke himself i no tinct organization, independent of til l
S ---- .. .. congregationn in tihe States. Their l tirelv secure in his high ottIee. others.
-Sa el W. S l s to be t shw their ra d u The officers of the Church; Bisll-
-Samulllltel W\'. Siutitll siettis lo ie IIui guas'o tt sho tr s 'tttt rT0i e or.tE(.'r(s, itsT TiEtors.
prowilng, bautiiflly less in Jackson- 1 sliit l htr lt it go t Ybu mnay'set itdown as a fixed face ops, Pastors anld Do(e cus
will newspaper ehreles. Wo ibeli-ev, ... ... tl;1tt Col. \Wicker will be renolinlated p-
lie is no longer connected with the iteir "l'gs a' d solicit iadttIiittin d ol.r Colle.tor t Ke' West at lo tism--a figurative expression of the
Times of that citv. -GaincsvillIc li,,. e xcite eiivy. Witli the g( "ver'""*t distant d(i-; that "Collector Howell Burial and Resurrection of the Lord;
We think the J,.,ksonvillo dailies ollirihils red tape arnd ul(' 'tonLy'.Rwill succeed hiiistlf as Colector at and thet Lorl Supp er, al crp-etul
shouldd each feel heartily asltiuttd u iof oi l d -.s ev'tti tg. Tihe grt'at ditler- etnandin t JaM es C trrie, lnelorial of His .lettth utilHe cotes
4heir foolish puittling of ~Ir', ie.ll, All eti., biivoeti the-i ntl sottie ,f Unl- if Cldur Key's. will apptl)ointed again. t of th rin i l1
n n ut t iif oilt n t c u tie Siott'"s pesl aui t ttio f ts t'lto fTi tu rv D etp a rt- ltlh ;"e ag'f t so' fe o f gh' f l principles
roo it prlo'e ruter a satl al cle Sam's servants is the facu that oeit: lnd thut Mr.T Tarbleof Ptsa. tt n views held by the liaptiats alone
So-or a. l' r. there th ih thei citizens with itt- colt, will I1 nominated for Collotor through nany centuries; but now,
Acicordiitg it the decision some plunitv, lit-r they roth the (iov'rn- of that port in a itow days. we are glai to know tihat some of
' tle United Stattei s .Juilgs, Iig-iOes ittU(tt. A dlilt'tr'iic., it is tirnue, ibut ii'eTry (cOLLtTO AII.EN tlher hsl itol with oe t
ltorm ui foreigti uountrion cotihli not th Hr me have t i,,,.t 4 i ., It is also a ctirrent rinnor here that h rihes.t'- if
become citizens of the United States. ittrt i tv tto iv 'nta, Deputy Collector of Internal Revenue t i *tor int rmis as tlt leHs tUan t
-New York DilO,'/t,. '.hey cknow the exact individual who te(,corge W. Allen's resignation may twe huntred ears ali,, m these UnT- i
, Bv the way if this he true it would gts i, tl what for, Ierec it is done le 'handed in to himtt" at any timte. tliptda nn ul t i om is were s
seriously affa-ct the lltepublican party in a y-sLeriotus way, tanld is well kept p isoned fr arin ,ad t
of this County, since fully half of from 1Publie gaze. Tther they know Four MEhils, A,'il], 17th, 1882. principles.
4heior voters are naturalized Nassal their tfllicials are dishonest, hero we Eu. DEoxOtnAT':-Mr. Win. MT. Tutnno, The Magna Charta of our liberties
and Cuban Negtote. Doubltless the thoIievo ours are honc-st, they being of8ai'aulalai (-., is here in the inter- were obtained tor uis -v the suffer-
intorpretation lut UilOn it is right smart enough to hide their fraud. Crbha i.; a scheme which appers mcii as Dr. J,. o l -o Ioger Wil.
trid it beholoves the Deinoeratic pliuar- Atn utteutiped dlesrption of the ci- to be of imueonse magnitude, and liams and oth(lrs, \.ithi ihtir lovers of'
ty sf the State to look into it. ty wtotihld be out of ])lace, as we would one which, if carried out, will con- south liberty tihe Frlianl,, or Quakers.
.-- e -- be powerless to improve upon what tribute largely in the development of It was the seed of the Kingdom, our
i Bro. W'iall, of the "'ibtic', be- have already been written, and a the resources of South Florida. Christian Fathers e sw, d it iu prayers
tt'us we itosaid thatt Judge Locke i'e1)'titinn is mtlitis t Mr. T. allpPears to be a gettleean an ud tears alld blood, dsutely this m~ay
ahlv did hirltht indebarin er W l retiion is mnlonotonous* of extensive ilnfornltation and speaks account for the albunatntt harvest and
plrol)aly did riglt it lebarring Wall Aniong the newspaper *'fraternity very encouraging of the future of ingathering ot onk-lsimunong a peo- '
from practicing, acucises us of beiig we had the pleasure of meeting Mr. MSouth Florida. The syndicate which ple born to such an inheritance.


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Government his, no resistive force (Glrand Lodule ot' Florlda 1.0., G. T.
ind Iiust itcuttab tp the strongest The above ( lGa-,t Lodge recently
Ritd most agrossive--this argument Iield it& al nuali Jacon-
night applyU;to any government, but I .t., '...... ....
the Chtlich of (hrlst.. Butthisisthe ville, te report'of tihe s. hey.
forrm of Govp'rnment left us by Christ showed an inortIeao f 6 LoUtgs iand
ind His Apostles-the only form of 8 Juvenile Tomplaut, th.-re doing '211
church govornmiuent known to the Lodilges and I11 JirvetiloTemplart in
Apostles. Duiilg hue tit threece-ion w th
uties thelChurches subbsisted ill Meplt-gtood ending. The sioti wutite
oi-ate. independent bodies, without "'ost numeroiusly attet ded of Iuly,
and Hceular or spiritual power over and extended over five ..days; at the
ne another-and froti thle time of close of.which an exiursiouwits giv-
thei incorporation of the chlureh with ..a.. gr- banu et. I
ihe, State by Constantinle in the fourth 1r Artell offered a resoh Itifon l-
tentl irv, to quote President Ed1wards iurnling tue action of ite Pr'esidoit
'In every age of this dtik time (of it votoeing the Anit-ChiinoinsA il,
Popery) there aplppeared partittular which was uintninmouuly adopted by
poison in all parts of Christendolimt, i ti ,isng vote, ..... the 0:. 01 w,. s
1whi "bore a testiuitony against thie dtoorw u copy of ti
'ortlu ptio it1t Iid t vi'alllu of tl e e in ihiitletre n eoslted to forw aui 1 a ....it l lk.
eruption (id yran ay of tthe chural resolution to President Arthiur.
of 1omulle." 'God was pleathed to grant Te officers f the oensiin vci
an uninterrupted succession of many ae as follow:
witnesses through the whole tlie lh I'. T, Rov. Jo. E. L.t, of
Britain as well Germainy andl Frti'n'e, Jac-kaoill ,
)ri.vato p)erflonlls and minllisterl, aIL G. C.,%,G Hl.l. of Jackson. .
h.liA e wtre members iu every igo vill.
letho wero pIuwec itodl and put tot (. M. TJ. T., Mi"il fi .ti. DoreY, ot
ldeatlh for this ttillllony. Jiackslonville .
We (an trateo the history of one V. V. T,. Mr. (CIhairltt Edtden,
p'linciple through tlhe painisteL-yu ,, F.cramdina.
)f Catholicisin over Chrisfe'dolm." i ., Wt.. Au. d, of Key. .
We can trace tlihem by the blootldy ,u
foot-priosts of the inartyrs.--Tlihy 0. : T., C esar t le, of Jk-
hiave litve stood the tests of titme- somi v lle.
they have battled with errors through r Chap., Ry. R. 13. rookiisI
the ceuturies.---The promise of Him of Fernandina.
who said, "On this rock I will, build G. M., h. S. Slioifdctll, of Monticel.
lily chilurchi (lias been verified) and lo.
tho gateo of Hell (trro') siudll not G. A. S., L. E. Chesutmi|, of Gaines-
plrevail agaiiist it."--Hat He not also ville,
said "Lo, I ami with yru alway, even 0. D. i., Geo. A. Lowit, of Mttdi-
o the end of the ago." n,
Our foreign work will compare fu-. 3 0, L. T. Forre.-itr', of Magnio-
vorably" with any other mission work. li '
Cuimintcod illn 1814: in 08 years we G (. en., Colonlius Siiloits, of
i've illerotased our iiumtrS 'froi ,00ttil1.
One ili sionary' to one thiouliund lirie it -., ThoTas Su inill, of Il ld-
iunndr'et and t.wenty-two, within all
adult churchh utietmiborsiip of 86,843; Aceg. 11. G. '., J. H. JeTnkins,
341 schools with 8,(110 stoliars. Mis. of ( green Cove S pring'i.
wonory inomie $14 4,46I,00. We Mr. ,is 1.i Artrell was elected
have lissionaries in Burmah, India, Bo.prelsitative to the R. W. G. L. of
China, Jtpani, Italy, Brazil, Mexico the World, which toets in Halifax,
d Africa. Our homo missionaries Nova Scotia, in July' next. The next
are found ionoig the Indian tribes session of the Grand Lodge will take
Und scattircml tthrougliomt the desti- p i Gitinosvill., Fla.
auto p)ortitis of every State and T(,I- I ....'..VeF'.-
ritory of the Union. Ti RIdo h Hpx*. .
Modern missionary efforts owCev its 'e think we know our own faces
origilu to the Baptists of Englatnd. yet thoy are ill ro.dity le.1m known to
Dr. Ciar'y, a Baptist minister of us than the countenance of our aie-
luiiltonll, itg., within Fullion, Pearee, qtiinitanicos, of our servait'iis, evil of
)ylntl, Sutclif aud others, formed our dogs. If any one will stuad aloua
- flirt missionary socitey in A. D. clos to a mirror, utind Ioi iitently
1792-0' yours ago. Now there are eto u t reflection f or iste ntly j-
nissionaries in all lands, and cluies- tes or l nger, the iuipressio n pro-
trans of all chtirches, vie with eachi diuled oil his initd will Do extraordin-
Iitier in tihe work of spreading the ary. At first it is tiothing lbut his
Gospel, a generous rivalry existing own well-known, perhaps well-worn
atmlong all. c lace that confronts hiiml. Whatever
The labor and the reward is divi- I there luy l be of novelty iu the faces
led among alllihristian organizations iof others there is certainly nothil.g
- Congregtationttlists, Preslyterintins, 1of it here. o ait least boives.
B3ptits s,it, Eliseoptls, uint ifter it awhile it grown strange.
Frtemnds, Lutlie'rnlcs, lo'rorined, Evatm- \thait do those eyes imoan, tieliitg
golicals, United Bretlhrn, Disciples, his own mysteri.usilv aid silentlyt
Christiains, Tunkors and otheri-- Whose touth is that ?-t'hose brow?
North, South, East antd West.-Eu- What vague suggestiontm of asuliething
rope uiid Anmerica joins hand and stronger than lie is, some dormianti
leart in this greAt 'ork.-It is thio force hititb laug hiiii to scorn. nid
too -cut out Iof thie iollit8ill with- lurking behind .that mask? Ili tliK.
out hands, Irolling on-itud shall cotn- outline of the feature, the curve of
tinue to roll until the gTeott image is the jaw and chin, perhaps lie notes a
ground to dust--the overturning ham suggested likeness to thlis or that ,ui-
C)1ou11Io'i'c 1 Iilnd shall never cease, lttal of th lowe r ,,sa---a sign of
uiltil Hoe oetoi o whono righlt'it is. some rtit which lie watj nott con-
.Thltre neols ino 0tiUiversal church t ieous lie poss'nceil. Alld theiti-.
ov(,ruillleict to ileet Ate Ptiua t e i those trango oves' The' are hit
vord of tli Lo-t dc''s tha"t it own; nothiigi now; yet in tho'eir depths
shall be consutnid by the spirit of all sorts of miockinlg ttiiJtalings sHoml
His imoutl," (His piuro words tranis- to rise. Th world 'vith all its itsso-
ite(d into all languages) and He will ciations, even his own history also,
destroy it at the brightness of His drops fromt him like it giirmtnolt, and
tlonliulg, e'en so. Come Lord Jesus, le is lfUitlolne, ftacing tltiiU l rttlllni
comei quickly I IUL.L.tA 1iF. WO n. of hls existoence. It is tleho old riddip
iio f the Splhink.-Ex,.
-WIe publish it anotlither coluni f thc t- '.
the special despatch of the Time'.- on 1More Pitinic l Ejetction.
Key West. This fight is.. all very The lio turr raised by the so'-c:lled(
pretty now, but we venlture tlhe as- ejection( of Jiishlop Pl'inte froin a train
..'4tion that Wicker woi_'t hiave thit o the F1, & J. Railtonid, tnt wIicih
>liu'k lotii to conltiniui the fight five (tthe .'itnu hais shown wati nio ej.'etion
minutes after lie is appoi.tld anid itt all, still creates an exciteitent
tot irnled. L out's see. iamon-g Nortlern philnihttropisls. As
-we inndt'rstutid the case, thie .Bisitnp,
"ven Brooksvillo hlas curtaihd i t'athter thlni ride in i1 first class coach
h ... ..oy or HWilo. Tho slot eWre t a rpit tor his color, volu1llarit lv
Little to i mucli for the cilty fathiers git ll a d walked. He mad a tool
ut thlir last meeting, and siO their poor of tiuelf nd is now raising indig na-
uog itust go they ayt.-Jaecksonville tion atgaintst the Suth i !t ])a pl)liat-
tn'tion. tion of thie alleged outragte. The lit-
Tlio fij .'re is against the dogs. test on the case is the following assto-
--. 'C c'ittel p]i'tesi dispa'ch of the 12th in-
S I,. \, ALA., 24,-A- disastrous cy- slant:
clone passed through the Southierut \VAsI1N(iTON, April 12.-A dihlgta-
id Easturn ci)ortionit of this "Dallas tiot of titistrs of the Africtan ut I. E.
County" Suturtday evening late; five Church headed by Bishtop Brown,
lertsoisa are known to bu killed aind accomlpanied by Frechrick Douglass,
iquiite a number seriously wounded, waited uponu Attorney General Brew-
----*** ---- ster to-day, and mnadlo coinilaint
.JAtKSOIViI.E, Ftu., April 24.-The against ter United States Attorney
stoanter, Cilt of Stifc)rd, I)urnid for the Nornttern Distriit of Floridit
bout 10 miiles below Jtcksonville, for failure to enforce the provisions
within 80l feet rf the shore aind in 3i of the Civil lights bill. The plartic-


feet of water. Two ladies aid two ular case referred to was that of
little children buried, several are Bishop Paine who was put off the
drowned. Some of the bodies not raihoad train at midnight several
recovered up to night of the 25th. miles fromn the nearest stattion, after
having purchased a first-class ticket.
Attempted Murder. II was represented that all applica-
Special to Tn Ustom.] tions for legal redress were of no
TALLAHASSEE, FLA., ApriL 22, 1882. avail. The Attorney-Federni promis-
A. tramp ri ter, named FrTiky od the delegation that the matter
tiu. .i should be investigated.
Fitch, cotnected with the Ec'onmist, If there is tin investigation which
ntde a murderous a;ssaort toi-day on tl'ou,;
. Don Mcreoush, tittor -ittf thte al is doubtful, it will bring out thile trite
f Flou, with a 4-ealibre revolver.l resut in
eto fired three shots, b'nt none took ino eieflit to thi onofred race, 'ise to
effect. One of te b asset all that ortio of it who adve to
through the editor's hat, just grazi meet oce ith forc.-rtnd
his head, and another through his .' ..st.
coat. Fitch has been arrested. Much iin
indignation prevails among the peo- hitollpiet of strawte e.f te
ple. JUaEOTER. The tollowing is a sttenent of the
1 i hltiplments of strawberries during the
-The register of the City Hotel, w ek by Mr. W. H. Pillow: April
G. E. Sawyer, proprietor, shows an 18th, to New York, 912 quarts; April
arrival of about" 1200, siice the' first 18th, to Boston, 00 quartfs; April
of October, and the "Sirrine House," 21st, to New Yoik, 384 quarts; total,
Capt. Win. Si'rine, pibtrictor, has 1,5096 quarts. .This amount lidded to
remsltered about 1500. In addition the previous shipments, sbows a totar
to the names on the registers, both of 47,727 qilatrts shipped from this
houses have '"ad numerous guests market by Mr. Pillow.- Lnion.
whose names did not appear on the ---* ,
books. Taking the arrivals of the Senator Jones, of Ilotida, has ac-
three hotels, the Satiford House, City celted an invitation to address the
Hotel and Sirrine House, the number oung Demiocracy of New York on
fools 1up 5,615, and those utnrcgister- ihe 29th inst.--Sv. Nt'e.s,
ed, and the guests at the different THE FfANKLIN NEWS.
boarding houses would swvll the Illgrti' AllTa ,i. ttr u o. "Ed. V
fuller of visitors for last wao i to itiel $0; i'tit1c n ditt: a spilen.
at least 7,000. This is Sttnlh a good did Advitisping he lfiutru. Auiv'ertising,
record. -Sunfnord oJr101 1 Riits Mod'late,


Discons Ih an eJfihct, l-rtt s twae, lit oil.
itn In withibt its uWaltlftfetxitlias withait.
ttiece to utrea the disiesmithe cliue luust ie
removed, nld ifa ni other' ay Esn a ilre
ever be eftitetod. WAhNINI I SAFE KIp.
NEY & LIVEBT OUR1E i etibrithled on
Just this ltwitt'le.. It reldtlos that
95 Per Qent
of ill dlimase- aritne tromt deranged kidneys
and ivhr, uu l it 4trilesit a ouce at the rot
of the (itlltlintv. The eliluentit of which it
IN coniotieitd mte irectly ;'lion the-se reat
,rgitnti, both i. 1, i i' .i I .I .le (Irwe., and by
phietlig theit i lli 1it0i1 tIi, ->inditiou, idrivo
disoin inUd lt l ni ft'1n:n ti- ,1k ,-ytA ml.
IFor fle ltuniiuiii r.ii l'lr" ti. lr i n unused by
tnlioialthy Ktiriycs, lh i til.l Itritnart Or-
gu s; for the dimtrn-siuim l.)iorers of i'oiro -
en; for Miohrlrim, witl for ph) Hiul dletrango-
nitnts gonerilly, thltl grout rtusoly hlii nii
tyqual. iBeware of iimpostc-rs, intuitations
inc1 coalin-itctio is.lil tu lie jillvt ii 4goitdl.
For IDiitl)etV imt ifor WAHNEKtiS SAFAt
DIAIETEO CUIIE.
For Salo by all dealers.
H: H. WARNER & 00., -.
IiiKC HTIEiH, W. V.
Making and Repairing

1SHI 10 !E 1S.I
-m-

Edward Rilcl
.-o -_-_
I HAVE jnst opened a shop in the I tiil,1-
Ii ing Intuly o etilpied by Itoll-orwn ism- it lii.,-
lir shop, icnd will bi lilcidsletd toi hto the
public lttronage; ind I will anrtr themi


EAG E3"o.E,

COMMISSION MiECHANT IN


Fruit& Produce,
2w)9 IIUARISON STILE1N',
Neur Washlingtoi St., NtW' YI'uIK.
PROMPT RETUIINN ( UA ,ANTi'i::i.
Feb. 4th, ;um.

G. V. Jnhj son,

LUTC IIlfR,

STATUS 16 & 16 CITY MARKET,
Key West, 'horida.
PORK, BEEF, MUTTON?, ndi AUS Atl.S
of the bent equality and lowest price.
-o-
nicumim-. aprl.rt AT irnT soiTr'a
I would informt thle itizenl of Key
\'est that I alm niow
FULLY P1EPAtli)
to do tany and all kinds of repairing
and cleaning of
Watches Clockes &c &c.
I calln e found at the lIrtig Store
of Dr. C. S. Johnson, Duvid 4hr'eet.
J. J. WARREN.
Jan. 21st, 6 in.
~(AhNlTN YWANTEDI FORl
S SULLIVAN'S

IRELAND OF TO-DA Y
INTIOcl)t'ct7TON a'
THI;MAsPOWKI O'l'ONNOsn, M. P.
New, Able, HReliable, HigliilyCo ('liiiiupeil

It tells wl v the pleolpin are einhiite'd, why reti it Arei high n;d a l'uitliti.S
,ti'etir. It sHiowus |iiw tht hlt h iin ci clfitlt'ia-
t-'d cul tu he linunorl',tol'rit riilud i. It di,;-
crihem the Liand LeIHgue, the Lamlnd Act lnid
the CoreI'iou Hill. Co0utitns full 1.1g;e )A-
gltillt4s And hilii tn ('iilorn. Price hilly
1t.0 ier copy. HiSles ilianiien. S t nl
OMets. for fnll o ttitt uad begtn I ork iit
oucoe For fullU prtiun'teirsn. t dlres,

Adiluthlstriatoirs Notice,
IX mNonths tIDter thIs dat0 I u-ill a 1hi\h'
tli thu Judge of the (Lotity (irl,t u-'.
Mluttnroo (ICctmty Fli., fur tnnhl disuliirg,>' cis
Adtu'r ipon the estutne ot liriintih r:'rihill
ldeeated, la to ofuid count r.tv.
'mtt. iI. UENDiY.
Adilunintnitt'r,
Key West Fei. 4th, 1.2.
g ltushnets uow ltfore the piuh.
Ii' Yo, n ,i u the ,,,.,,c -
li 'ister rut iio(rk frii' its tltiui "ct
anything eshe. Capitiul not nc,-ih-c. 'We
'will start you $12a nclty ,inid ir.t!i'dss
mndo rt home by thr inthustrioiuu. Mt-it,
wotten, boys and ghrls i'tuntcd t'veryvw]'ere
to work fcr ris. Now is tho tinxi. Xou rui
work in sptre tine only or give y-ur whloi
time to the business. Yon can live at Ih,)tt
and do the work. No other business will
pay you nearly as well. No one can ftil to
utmiko enorltitms ity hty engaging at iti'e.
Costly Outtit in-terins tfriee. ionoey iunlhi
fust easily and honorably. AlduieRs Tin'ii
& Co., Augustt, Maine.
W n. c. Drurr. W. W. I'lshoa,
Winl C. 11niy & Co.,


Wholesale Fruilt and Pr,)luee

COMMISSION MERCHANTS.

No. 018 B. street, N. W., Washintou,
D. c. --
-:Consignments Attendled to Promptly: -
ADVERTISERS~
Who wish to reach northern farters nni1
mechanics cannot do better than to iiuvi r-.
tise in the HvxTiuiuox Co. DxMuoc.t, pilib.
libshd at Fhemington, N. J. Terms n .p-
hltcation. Oiur paper will bit sent to saih-
se ribrin for $2,001 icer yrair; 1.00 itor tsix
l' ilnthl 11. J. Kli t r, -


prejudiced. Agaiuinst whom please' HSantiago L. Spencer, oditor-and pro- he represents, design building a R. The formation of thli NationalGov-
The truth of thie miitttr is that. whilp i.(utoi ot f thio Havana T11e- I<'JI'I 11. direct front New York to the most ernmneig is due in a great measure to
em tning ke f llo r ntmnv Ihiltg, tls ioe nhli, Havanr pitblis' o, eligible poiitu on the Gulf coast, pos- T'hotas Jefferson tlaii to any other
canig or y is, the ol English paper published in sibly to Key West, connecting with tnitiu; and it is a historical fact, that,
.we are not sio unfair or prejudiced as allan of the Spanish speaking coun- a line of first class steamnters to the though he was an 'Eliscopalean he
o see it crime in everything lie did. tries of North or South America; and Island of Cuba. He is the forcrun- was a frequent atteiindlit atjthemeet-
Even Judas had one redeeming trait besides it is the oldest paper of any nor of those to follow, taking a view ings of a Baptitt C( rcflifn the neigh-
e hun r relations kd te cotry through wich the borhood of hi hoii clder An-
--e hunga hise. i rehtios kid pbishd in Cubo .beig foun- road is to pass, and iseenis to be very drew Tribbk waN the Pjistor, and on
with ('n. Wall hiai'e it ways been' of ded by Mr. Spencer's father in 1822; favorably i pressed with the situa- one occasion nsked 'f. Jefferson
tlie friendliest; ann, wet hipe they will besides this English sheet, he i edi- tion. Your writer taken occasion to "how lie was please vith our (Bap-
routiniie io. We know him and es- tor ind proprietor of the leading ask his opinion about the drainage tist) Church over ut ?" Mr. Jef-
feemed him lonttg t(forp we knew the Spanishi daily of Havana, the Boletin scheme now in operation. He said forson replied "thdi' had struck him
ancomnplislhed editor of thr Tribl-un Cuotaiercial.. Mr. Spencer was born lihe had the most implicit confidence wiith great force, ain' tad interested
iit ets itt ps in Cuba but is of American parent- in the success of the enterprise; that him much, that he sidered it the
1t ie,, s- ... e tit to express ou- I.ge. The force of th1 man ii clearly he was personally acquainted with only form of pu' enmornrcy that
,e'lves ran8 ill:' upoln the subhjec't, she vn by his energy in running two many of those engaged in it, and then existed in thr orl" and had
while niot h.aig ionoe word itgailn.i newspapers in Havana, making eaohl that in point of ability, integrity, lie concluded.that it \1 1 be the "best
WelVl, their Tri;,,, aliuses us. VWell: a financial success. We should judge believed thtiu to be head ind shoul- plan of gover'umeln the American
ketil right oil at it; it miy prol)ab)ly thatIt a nlln who has done this for. as del's above t iost of the -.rganizations Colonies."
help you. We a t liberal; too many years as he, especially under hitherto innuguratel to c.rry out Is it too nanch tc .ay, that whatev-
ielp tyou. We are tao t liberHl; too the odious press censorship and the siniilar enterprises; Ithat itt wias no er the future 'vay iev'ciclp, the past
fair to tell the reasons that caused miiany other trials and annoyances, is wiltd-at schlicie, and that there need evidences, th ju inl oi-ctur princi-
you to writt. tlhat pitrttgraph, Enough one that would have won fame and be ino fears as to its ultimuatto success; ps and form of elurt I government
of this. Mind your own business. honors in ogher lands. that lhoewats vry sorry" to hear, fre- had upon the ninint( of that eminent
As for ttie questions iolve ai Capt...J. B. Belt.i another charac- qulilntly, rollluliks inadlofit a dispring- Statesman who "giildd the destinies
lk fit he l'ti itnt ld waih t ter of Havana. He is a Virginian by ing ntlilure. Mr, Tnn'llno 1ilso exploeis- of a Continent."
like ita svnible iin untilthe ti,'pno birthl, but has lived horg so lnig that ed imucht faith in other roaduls which Every Baptist finely iis a sover-
Cio it give ts opinion iand then it he is a veritable Dago, so far as are contt (itplated: HIe bdliev"d that eign, detriocracy--')lrist alone their
will be time eni)oigh to li llvr', v,,i. speech and custom is concerned. We the resotirt.c-s of Fltidil,, especially hlawgiver and head, rc-eiving the new
L chke; and lthn if wet lid tliat u iUidly know how A 'elricn captain South Fiotrii 'whlict]i h i:' nDow dor- testament ." His'fix d, unchangeable
& ., uCould well get along, or cattle lmiInl itid ii, idtiti, would no iuduce law; not to be altered, amended or
Lo.clo tranwe ,!.., ls authoriy the shippers, without this amIe Blt. He enitt')r-. nd caitii as to, g ran- I abrogated; thby igpi-rd it to be their
:'2;*.,;- s ;r. '.. ', i1 ]i':vt' Utnrce to sti is iiversall" respected )by tltosei wvho tee 1. s1 r1ly eL.t)o to (&t.1:. 1thiet1, duty to "go into 'all the world andd
utd will s;: ii .... ,,i .'.. ,.... : ...w t .iti. )D. Burgess is the iiun ant aInd titat iltliit the :.eat decade this preach thte Gospel," obey his coin-
the Trnib'iu l hats ver done. Thle Stu- imodre generally known to American vernal Peninstla would be really the mands rnd execute His laws unfet-
/rtnfd T'/r'iuir tmidl Tuilillpa pol;tici; is visitors and to English speaking peo- garden spot of America. So iote it tered by any hltiinn iutltority.
4op't wAtilt us Uilfr thitit jile of all last's wilo visit this Islalnnd, b I. Onst[:nvrit, It mlvy be s ~aid tl:t this form of


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A-motto for youmngltover. ho.fa inud no Phtlt, all U. S. Mfen-of-War, 4
father.-CtlwniMa Mp.,oer. were ili thmit wvok.. '
-.A fine oult of rooi at MaU'ro 's ff "1.-ti r. W,. Yxrti8r of Htvlant,
vent. b.h... .' "' .<%):i, i. ou n .buiine^,'.-ilit t.'our.
--Buy your pertime at t'.Tob sn' '.it, .' hiu j nt- bta
.- Buy yn.r shoe tMKillp;.. ? di tb4 Cicy Oa,,noil
The niunie of the Speaker of the MatOSlO.u- '' .
sitts House it Nt-yes, and Ins ability to de- are i.t hlggbrbo&<, n'p lively time
cide a tie is doubtad.'-CineullN(tei Olnimer. is ainticlpeftid 't ther.''llt megtixg.
-.Great reduction in prices of Clothing, -The so. .*jo ,Viihin.tiled "this
at Delaney's. week. foir J4 1 'aigo, t' to ke in a
The nobbiest thiing in boots i- a cargo of nit''.-p)pl>B8s for Xcw York.
,union.- --,W .. 1 31t i'h, foriunirly of the
A ourtoss fact: It takes a girl about four ..
tours longer to wamb the front windows of Fouixi lmr,"utto. I:Iln l inKey West,
a house than the baek windows.--emepotl canvassing fox a- vt'0y' lneo work on
Jurnu ,the.Oreat v.eat.
S--Ooto Mrs. Zall' for yourbeefuteaks, if 1 'hr. e tchles, Cat
you want to get fat. -.Tlme 5. S. cli'r. .tchfle.S, C.ipt.
-. Youu cn save from 10 to 20 per cent by A. R E i.el, arrived fro'i Tampa, Wed-
purchasing your Clothing at Deoaney's. uneisda'. She will be in port seomine
All goods warranted to be as eprepron- ten dai'.. '
ted or money refunded at Delaney's. 't must ie disgusted with
"So charles Frniels Adam hims been 1j dliu iru wet o tlgu t they
lunkoedl I Ishall have to look out or .4oue. d H i we oe that t
body will be feeding me piugtobacco for arc uipw.beiug, poisolnel prominscous-
doughnuts in this country."- AmrbiUled to ly; ..
Jumbo. -A deided. inixon'oluennt is no-
-It will pay you to buy your Clothing "e t i it
from Delaney. ome and see for yourolf. tictablo in Green St. Eight inches
-The best flannel Suits (Conta), half of acwtked. liniestone rock has been
lined, for $13.00, at Delane 1. aprdd. ever i.
Deeu-voiced guzzler-- i walterlln .. br i'
tuie ire more schooners?" AAe-stru .' --' iit successful flatterer anad
als ctmovswhispering-.- That tiunit be tbd W) o le i,/l niuW1 m1ikor, tlhe Island
new Seoretiry of the INevy. -Llllis'l' "' _
* (bur-ir .Jmrtal. *" O ui'dt6' of recent date holds thel
-The best and .)hohlpwt Clothtinu. Hit,;' "foit '
C..o,, Boots, o h1es,'t10irt.s and uttder'elu', '.

A nmaniutra ,lli1 into co Irimr.uii,s hnntyvl .fa,il' l'or6n Tliursm .ta for Bani An-
the other doy. ".What do yani "ut"'n i tm .fex., wh.re they will, in future,
'lit. "Nothtng," 'Vwas thli vt1'Oitbr, s ropy. I take their home. We wish them
"Then young, 11 ftuld it in t4" Jug Nt 're the J ,,,,'
e swhitys a ', -M-r. (Goo. Waite, one of our pop-
Per.on. who a ..n.pon.thbtfuet lar clerks, colohbrated his wooden
thit-tier men or women, anr oQften tronbwletl adding on londay i' this week.
with nerions lmins and weaknesses in thie w.dulg ( on Mmnday o. this week.
biack, loins and other parts o the body. t Tlhe couple were the recipieut ol
has been proven beyond a doubt, however, nitiny pliropriulte proseints.
that Warner's Safe Kidney and Liver Cure -Our entire ponge fleet iimier-
ts i certain preventive of these troubles. -e
Stttiact (not very clear as to has lesson) ing abO)ut lity vessels, of l-rotm 12 to
-"That, what the author sayfs andwa .y." 80 tons burthio, are oitt on itheo oan-
Profenaor--lI don,.t want the author l wiu .
. yon." Student (desair ingly)-"Well, ghig grounds, and our harbor looks
youv,e got me. "-Hllard (,Masonse. deserted.
,-Fine Cass. Suits from $7.00 to $14.00 at -H".P F. A. He4dy will is.ke a
Delaney's. -Hoi. A. Hondry nil ke n
Dqy it Kg. good senator but we do not s1p)pose,
If you wta fl ofLamrB e for a moment, that le would consent
and a real New #ork Lunch sto at Ztir's
Itestaurarnt A raS lunch of tripe, cheese, to rusn.
bologna and other things set out every day; ,T, e .. ...i
then if yon want a square meal 'ir. Zairs -T oxessve rlins laitely, on
known how to get it tip for you. oul r adjitenit, islands, have almost en-
.t fo pposrget t IEMloAT officOl tiroly ruined the prospects of the
M ys the Aldany A'gUa. "Groat truths are truck farmers '
often said in the fewest words." Do you
mean the remark ef the Indian weo, sitting -We would like to know why at
1onl i iwt w ne-t rose nond remarked: .certain young lady in town emits luch
-h'eab hell f"--1into..Post. ., cnir o,,ln ,',s into ou.r office when


*Hom L dve aod,.oyted s' Toil-
et Soap, Perfmmmery otr the best kind; in fwtt
e-very tring to be found.-in a tirst class drug
store. 'he bent selected store in the city,
(ive us a call. (31-1t)
The best Bliua Flannel Suitm ia thith
ttiat,, for $13.00 at Delituney 's.
First gentlemain-"Mitadam, permit sme to
introduce my friend, M. X. le is not neti-
ly so much ef a ftootl uis he looks." Second
u'ntleman-"That is where nyi friend
iffers from me, madam."-f'1r'uo th
I'rentah.
-When you see a well.dressed iman Qr
boy, isk hiuit where he buys his clothing,
he'will tell you at Delaniey s.
(31-4.)
At Cost.
I will commence on Monday., the 3rd of
April, to sell my stock of Dry Goods, ladies
And misses 8hoes, in fact everything in my
storw, except ready made clothing, AT'
<(OST. When it is remembered that my
stock (tf goods is the Largest and Best BSe-
lected in the city, the public wvill see that it
will be to their advantage to call early.
L. W. Piznci.
1 do so like 0o talk to you,1" she say
a fely, in a pause of the conversation,
beamningg on him and sighing. "Why 'i',
lsku the unsuspecting youth. "elleause."
she answer gently because you are
all ctarl,,--/)t) the / i,-nw
-The popularityof Wellacott's ice cream
grows every day. This is because he makes
t of the best material Be sure and give
him a call, He has received by the -laist
New Yerk steamer a full supply of fresh
cracker, candies, raisins &o. The best in
the city. Cool drinks a speciality. The
very bust cream to-night, don't forget.
"Ella, is your fathorat h6me?"naid a basbh
ful loievor to his sweetheart. "I want to pro.
pose something to him ." "No, Clarence,
patp is not at home but I am, Conldn, t you
propose ta me just as well ?" And he did,
ivth perfect success.
Sophronia: ',Can Senator David Davis aM
rreodent of the Senate' if drawn a a juror,
lie compelled to sit on a jury ?',. We don.l
know. If he can, we wouldn't like to be one
of the jnrv that he would sit on.- Somer.
uvtle Journal.
Gus De Brown, who has prolonged his call
considerably after 10:45 p. m: "so you don,-
admire-men of conservative views like my
self, Miss Angel?" miss A,, with vivacity
'No. indeed, l prefer people who have some
go in them." D B. reaches for his hat.-
Tg r.
How to Save.
All hard workers are subject to bilious at-
taks which may end in dangerous illness
Parker's Gingor Tonic will keep the kid-
neys and liver active, and by preventing
the attack save much sickness, loss of timi
and expense. Delay at such time mean
danger.- Deroit Press. See other column
Money for a Rainy Day.
"For six years my daughter was Rid
front kidney and other disorders. We had
used up our savings on doctors, when oux
dominie advised is to try Parker's Ginge-
Tbnic. Four bottles effected a cure, ani
as at dollar's worth hnas kept our family wel
evr a year, we e vo been ablo to lay b,
money" again for a rainy day. "--A Poo
,an. Wife.


ever she passes it ? -
-The greatest promenade in this
City is Sinoionton street. Every after-
noon beauty in her latest' fashions
turns out. for a walk ou the planks.
-The residences of Mr. J. J. Dela-
ney is nearing completion, and re-.
flects great credit on the builder, Mr.
Witt. R. Kerr, it being one of the fin-
est dwellings in our City.
-Rov. Partiidge, Presiding Elder
of this District, who lian been spend-
ing a couple of weeks in this City,
returned to his homo on Wednesday
last.
-Ransom's Phillipic against Allen
and Williaims is out of place. But
call each other names. We will
stand off anid guffaw.
-A seaman, belonging to one of
the men-of-war in port this week,
had his hand so badly mashed that
amputation was necessary.
-The schr. Minnie, a sponger, be-
longing to our enterprising citizen,
Mr. B. W. Kemnp, was lost near
Stump Pass. The MivniF, has hither-
to been very successful. 0
-Marshal Williams says "why
should I care what tke Jacksonville
Times has to say of me, since the
Newt is going to make it all right. Bul-
ly for you,. Peter. Have faith in your
home friends.
. -Capt. Brit don't like his salvage;
we don't blame him. Quite an in-
sufficient sum compared to the a-
x mount of property saved. Judge
Locke is famous for his even handed
justice. Oh ytslI Oh yes!
-Mr. S. S. Lowe has shipped quite
a number of pine-apples again this
week. He and Mr. ohn Lowe are
the largest producers and shippers of
i this excellent fruit. It is thought
that they will ship over forty thous-
Sand dozen the present season.
-Mr. Alpheus Lowe, of the firm
of A. Lowe & Bro., left for New York
r this week on business for the firm.
We will not be- surprised if while
1 Alph is in New York, he makes some


Koy f ~ $S~


Havana trader on the Golf coast, an
this is saying a good deal, but note
jig more than deserved. The Alt
bamia registers 749 tons, carries 66
head of Florida cattle comfortable,
and has accommodation for at lea
80 passengers. The cabin is large
and the state-rooms comfortable, i
fact the steamer is better fixed fo
carrying passengers than any other
of Miller & Henderson's boats, and
equal to the accommodations of ti
Morgan Line; and thin is suppleme
ted by excellent treatment all around
The steamer is not new but has u
dergone thorough repairs at Ne
Orleans sinee her purchase, bei
fitted up especially for the Florii
cattle trade; and she will, undoub
edly, prove a success, judging by h
finrt trip We wish hef genial as
popular Captain and her enterprise:
owners good luck.


Sewing Machines.
Mrs. B. D. Roberts will leave the city e
ly in May, and having a few of the wi
known 'emingtou Sewing Machines
hand, will sell them mnch below' the pr
she has before sold them at. This offer


WA05 S DMKS Ions.


J business on his private account, and good until May the frst. This is your time
returns a full-fledged husband to get a heaup nachinme. (apr.15.)
t*StACOPMl)e Ar


eTor ww e eBli-g A winet, 1 4 A
ilseMst teoperstue urluhg week 9i.4 on
l. list .
Lowet tenporattUre during wek 738.5 on
the afth. .
eil M. MtiiOV> NE.
Ietio. ntioal Coi U. A.
FUaa MalefiN BEaii w Cmw-tuaest Rev.
IL. L Honlker, Psutor. Mornatitg Frionm'
at 10 A. St. EvInslg.4oernmn at i;3l 0 ..
eb mth SBchoof atS i. v,. Payer Meating,.
T mtii4ay, li0 L Uetirse, Thurlday,
:10 M, tL' t fre,. You ar Invitpdl.,
Local .oraps..
r -
r"' rPatronise this edlinn. Adv1rtlse.
ments'lnserto'd at 10 cents a line each in.
* erion. It will pay,
A RevToltietl EliViOtsd.
ATMUTA, Gai., Feb. AM, 5i..
'H. H. WAlinun Co.-: irs-For thirty
years I was a victint of painful kidney di-
ease, but yanr tafe Kidney and'Liver Cure
lhas made me a new man.


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.-So you didn't leave last nigk" ad FPogg.
"No,". replied Brown," IeL my
mind." "I congratulate yetold fMlow."
exclaimed Fogg eagerly. "I ave always
wondered why you Aidn,t do th*a you
oouldn,t change it fir the worse, te t khvo
- Boston 7rcansrcpt,


1INo. Mu,j
UsTED STATEr LAiD OFri ,
Gainenville, Fla" April 4th, 188.
NOTICE is hereby given that on Wed-
nesday, June 14th, 188, at 10 o'clock A, M.,
we shall offer at-Publio Bale to the highest
bidder, iataot less than $1.25 r acre, Lots
2, 3 and 4, See. 99, Tp, 66, 8 T. 28 E, The
said land being on that day restored to the
market under the provisions of Section
2255 B. 8.
L. A. BARNES, Eegister.
JoHN F. RoLLiI Receiver.

For Sale

S Ol EXCIIANGE.
A Valuable House & Lot in Tampa, Fla.,
for property in this city. Apply to the un-
dersigned at the office of ehe Dm3a0OAT,
0. B. PENDLETON. *


From The North.
Residents of Florida who have emigrated
from Eastern Pennsylvania will find In the
IBsmroL GAzTrrz the news from that sec-
tion of the country most interesting to
them. The GAzmTz is a large and careful-
ly edited sheet and in additloi to the local
news of the surrounding country, gives a
varied selhtion of choice reading matter.
One dollar a year is all it costs. Address
GA-zxrr, Bristol, Pa.


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LOCAL T6 A.
0
-Thore is a faint hiadow of war
itpparent.
--Capt, Joe. Rodrt* paid Key
West a lyug- visit 'Wedne aM .
We are glad to hear of the con.
valesence of M ., Ireate Whitehurst,
--H-Ie Wicker bought amt Smlftti'
interest in the Tini ?, It lodks..ao.
-The "Little Dick," built by Al-
bury rh'm.,, is a inet, little .lchooner.
-Mr. B. M. Kemp, with a daugh-l
tok- and tion, left for New York ion
the a. s. San Mt'urom.
-Mrsl. Samuel Wolf lid family
hlft by the a. Saii Marloot fdA New
York.
-We are indlebted 'o Mr. Natt
Nilens ut Torch Light Key for some
very tlfine vegetables. .
-The s. a. Chase arrived from-
New Orleans Friday ntorutlig with.
freight for this pline and Havana..
-D'.RB. J. Perry left fn' Havana
on the s. Alabiama Thui'sdoy. Ho
.expoptt to be back this mornmlig.
.-Tiho. Alliance, Entexprise and


-Thli Minnie Wallace Troute left
i Wediondsay of this week for OCdar
eys. They have been unfortute
pro.
.-The Mayor'nld Bd. of Aldinnea
d qu te an hestig family quar-
61 us Thudlday *ighL If the3 keep
t sort of thlig up the outside
told will knoW if much as they.
hiM would indeed be a aisfortmuns.
-Dr. Jimeph Otto, who returniad
om, the meeting of the Grand
odge, L 0. 0. F., last week, is the
dest Odd Fellow in this city; and
wats through his work that the first
odge was organized. The Dr. is a
Itertsn.
-'-Mr. A. de Lono, who represent-"
d (ubs Lodge, No. 15, was. elected
W. Grand Master and Dr. Porter,
I Lod'e No. 16 of this city, was re-
lAted it W. Grand Seevy.. These
re hon worthily conferred.
-Mr. cieo. IL. 0 rry anid wife
lives on the San Marcos for New
ork to-day. 'We wish them a pleas
nt trip. Mr. Chirvy and his wife are.
iq mnot popular o6bule in l i, n. ..
R--r. D. T. Sweeney has re'eit.ly
ittpd ua tlu oidnb foom, over hits
loon. It ilA quite bondwimly foi-
ishied. Dunib waltexrs wtivle beer,
p.-aud 'verythini fortla t infort of
ntestl, rdded.' lhe .'lpoln will un-
otbtedly'prove popui\t. *
-We would advise oui readers to
ill oniVr. L,. B. Conde and inspect
is new arrival of goods. He will
five you barghiul. The ladies shouldI
ive his advertisenmen t heed since he
as particularly made his orders so
l to suit then.
-Capt. G. W. Brown, underwrit-
ra' agent, linas been in Key Wo.t for
be luat two weeks. He hasI been
sere for the purpose of straightening
p matters cotncerninig the foul at-
oiiupt at swindle in the case of the
:ark Alice. The Capt withal is a
tost pleasant and agreeable gentle-
man and hasi many warni friouds ill
lis city.
-The handsomest turn-dut on our
streets is the blooded (?) ware own-
d by Allen, Bier, Hudson, Wenther-
ord & Co. Hudson says there are
nany "fine points" about the amimal
vhich anybody can easily see. We
aw two "fine pohits" about her-the
wo hip bonos, which would makei
good hat raukU.
-Two men wero caught, convicted
aid sentenced this week by Justice
DeLono for'cow steolinig. It hias
seen so of tite that thieves killed
tilk cows, calves and anything that
oatnied loose in the almost impene-
trable buah outside of the city. We
hope this will be a warning, although
the putnishluint wis not half oevore
enough.
*0
-Saim: Last night I heard vyoe
conmeniing at considerable length
on the chances of CoL Wicker.
Yes, Young Boss, I was, but you
see I didn't care so much any way
Dis nigger amn an Eastern Shore Var-
itiuimu an4 dis am altogether out o
ls longitude.
How out of your lougitufle
Well you see I am like the rest' ,o
the Southern gominanu, I believe in
letting dis thing clear alone; mixing
up in die here meeting, convention'
and getting yourself a bad reputation
doesn't sound well. But Bois, I
believe I'd rather see Col. Wicke:
come back. You see lie occasionally
treats, and niary a dime does the oth
er felloevs throw over. .s
Wouldn't you like to have a drin]
now, S11.
Thanuk you, Young Boss, never wil
forgit you.

-On Saturday last thie s. s. Ala
bamsi arrived for the fist time i
this port; she had on board a carg
of beef cattle for Havana-the firs
cargo of this season. This steamc
in the latest purchase of Miller
Henderson, two thirds being owne
by this enoutorprising fnrm of steam
boat men, the other third by Judg
Z. King, who is at the present tinu
the largest stockholder in Floridi
He is, indeed, King, more than i
names, so far as cattle is concern
The shiisis in command of that veteran
Captain Jan. McKay, one of the be
steamboat mten, the most experience
cattle buyer, and the most succeatfi


,i-.r,, f-. i .. -.-"W .
-Aunt Botsey s..,"th.iti it. a r1ti'u t- i'rtT
ty warm to dance-ti* Miss M. C. THE MOST POPUI
looked better on Thbuitlay 1ight thaou -. o r- AL .-
ever'before---that we Atre ure of a u: WIN MAEi
diven bottles of beer'thoin a certain g
young lady goets iirared- that Miss, t'* .
L. has be6an SucoeIafoin a litint for i 1
hueIblld-tflitat a wiuelloou sh01ll i',,- f
tory will soon start"-hat Andrew 1I
biewtitoie by a '"ewl pair of .prollIYv
eye-..-who loves C -ley H8. that weo
know a. widower wk -4thc girlikh wul
like to catch, bu, ou't nal h'rtlyv
gnoss. his lnane.- at' ispringer i
3iotset with active pringp judging.
by his long ta--th~ we know otne
who is anxiounlv awStlitf lor Juliau
to return .-thittthrete little ones are .
each jealous of Cadet Johlinie--tht
the Coohlran left beh)id about 2 tonw
of frieght last trip so rAs to ttccoulnio-
date ddet-that a lwary elqti\on
for county oflcer iw dom anded.-Vthat
the attraction is trafensrred to the
oocoanut grove-th-at D; T. does o iot
drive wich a hauidipn liehote and
buigwy fJr n9tliing;i,e is lookivrg for
a youngL hous keek '. tbs tinet
that ', cuti a i'graoelId l Ui uro settfig
on the fene6-that. tle io tor knoW" B
how 1o c nce to -th4 t 'e HAS, AWA
ndmiblite the bells of l9 ping At. as UWAYS
Quepen tofh tt w' Motl ---- that t OW nr-f 7
(ul yot tng. MIeind C'the elothling 0 I
storti rle happy ow-tBt'&friMod it7





(Stdiin knows U tO4 d ting when lie ICA0, O IwL. -<--,- -
soes it.


A deltghtfnlfl''.a ranee of -restaly wi.ther. T3 F- T Wt-- i.._'ni3Z^7
ed luwers and Hifee is tbe distntgulishing ", 1*! -/ nrAq chaln of Florestn Coholt at ~ t


lloociv.ed Any person sending wte 8 three ,
by Inst stean- stamps and the names oif lr of th(,ir
-or from NeW' 'york, frlenids we will mail 0 lateNt Q ongM wo'3ds
I ni, wand niosi,, romprising sentiehntil, iDlCet-,h-
Slarge and vde d '- IO ad comic. A Violet from Mothers grave.
b eont of Dry srO.dc anid Twiekenham Ferry, Grartdiother's Chair,
would renpeotfnillwwdl the atten- Tie Ohl Folks have Oonle, I love You, Ba.
.ion of the ladion ~ Me sasini, and ask nby's ot ng Tooth, CIrTi'yde, 0 ToMllputl
them to come a' u sindio for he.wa otp erB Anpty is the ira le o.,
their owv u itiAwtioon. As Hainiuntoln, s. r, Mfltion this pliper.
much as I muould like April 8, 3mu
to name i t diaffer- -
entattiles "'0 0 L I VI IT & 1) lJ 111 1 :.
comp ipw- 106o Ra am SrnzEr, Nxw Yonx,
's ..n COMMIsaION M JERCHAN '8
oftGoo I In all kinds Cf
should filiu it im- l'IUITS AND. VEGE rABLIS.
possible, frof .theM fact ;0'-iuX.s/JAWTHs tonED. a
that they tire ttllner.)t smv
to mention. I w y howe Frontm shppers.of Ky West and vicinity.
that these ood wGOM )aele -d by one Parties shipping to is (iun expect
of the bet et.,iou 1ttl it the ro a iL "
business nend a taireofgiv- TOP MARIKET PRItiES
ing satisfat eon. I AND PRomPI T itTUlRN&.
houlld like 'so to Without being disappointed. f nll plate.
liotifv theoub- & markett Reports furnbhed ldn application.
loic" %4 1 RFBIIEN(Em: I North h 'or Bank, Nw YorCk.
alie hTI! j('Dr. J. V. Harris, Key Wast.
Itce ivLd (STrCxIL PLATY AT D.V-1OCiAT OrFICE.)
on same tnr Dee,.4th, 3n.
a very tue, assort- S1terif's SalO.
.ent, o shcat the tLPsit BY VIRTUE of four writs of MTerl ,}Rkn
perhaps that over. came to iD Nsed oat of the Otrunit Court, Sixth
this market, andtAill' Ihave to say Judilclat(Trctit of Florida in and for tho
relative to the samt is that they will (Cmuty of Mibroe, io me directild, wherein
be sold tit as rc. ed nices as Willian Curry, Carry 4t Crtdi, ohn Lowe
I ..Os ll. iY ec` Y-. c (. jr., and Willtin H. Voi PliNter airerespeet.
possible. Youla, poctfuUll, fully pluintiffI and Jacob Doughterey i, do.
L i. BaqO DE. ft','lt. I hue levied upon, alid will sell
ef ---- &it then county ionurt house door in Mounoe
e aut*. "a -`*4. ..unnty. Florida, within the legal bours ot
The beauty and co" if tl.3 bhair i.any be sal, on Wtnmlay, the first (ay of May, 1882,
afeoly regained by usli Parter's Har ]lt. the following property, tIo.w i all and sin.
f ,am, which is much a i wired for its per. gulairly the stocks uf tttla h ltngthe ryks
Sfune, 'leanlineml aud 4ndruff eraditiating ald hfirndM as follow ; :
properties. Po.pluar haf in each ear, and branded T.
s shipping IniformAtloni. Hplit ani under bit in one car, swallow
- .-. *. -.-- fork in the ,other and brarled T. 0.
I AnnIVy,: H"wallhiw fork under bit in one ear, tpper
, April. square under bit in the other, branldd L. T.
is ihre. AlieVanie, D avi, Mobil, l in Up ,rtlaro under bit in one ear bolt
l' Iubir, to John Lowe, Jr. in thei other, liranded V.
S ss.*. Rio Grende, Burrows, GCalves. Consisting of three hundred head (more
ton g den made, to A. F. Tift. or lem) of' utock bottle.
k 22 Albtima, McKL. N. 0 vi Fla. LCviel uion an the proicIty of Jacob
ports, cattle, to i. J, PhllbrieUl. Doughterey to sitiify the aforesaid x.ecu-
S" Lizzie lendersou, Jancksion, (. Keys Lions.
11 nmills, to W. Curry. W. C. ,M.-i.ioNL n Jit., I (htoroiA. DEMMIUTT,


CON'SANTLY ON HAND NEW ARRIVALS OF


Co tpetiasg, Xattihg, Feathers

-AND -


Furniture, Furniture..


ALSO A OIEIntAL AMssoUTnmET or

Panoy and Uuful Artiloe Not to b.
yOUND ELMEWHEUi IN THE CITY.
ai GIVE ME A CALL AND BE CONVINCED OF FACTS.


_WM. OURRY.

KEY WEST CLOSING HOUSE.


Just received, anti open for inspection thi largest and best stock of


Fall and Winter Goods

Ever offered in this city, to which additions will be constantly made, sad
ail goode will beosold at very


Low Prices I


Low Prices I


Low Prices 11


Deing Hitiated where I am with small expenses, and. having the facilities
for carrying a large stock of goods, I aim able to aell'at a
much smaller percentage than my competitors


OL-O'.L' I 1 NGT-,


CMOjht- 1NT3-


Fine Black Coats, Blue Flaunel Suits, Cam Suits, Cass. Pants, Fine Doe
skin Pants, Black Vests, and a full line of Youths', Boys' and
Children' Suits, at prices to suit the iimes.
Look at my assortment of Shirts
before pu chasing else-
where.
BOOTS & SHOES
i\ /HATS, CAPS, TRUNKS, VALISES
UMBRELLAS, PERFUMERY, &c., &c., Ac.
a TRICT ATTENTION TO CUSTOMERS GOODS GUAR'NTEED.--

J. J. DELANEY.

Or ers received for Suits made to meaw
ure by Delvin & Co., the great

New I ork Clothiers.

FJ. L, McDERMOTT,


BU DER & CONTRACTOR.


GREEN: StfEET, KEY v EST.

The distolution froti my late co-partnership enabl e me to devote a
entire time and attention to


A1D T. 1:PT. 8We


For the erection of any Style of Building required in the City.


0-0 W T RA OT

Will be taken upon -Fair Terms and Work GuM.nt.d


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nidse it, pa. P'. Williamls.
" 25 a Alabama, McKay, Havana, uidso
& pan, to 5. .1 Phulbriek.
"261 Limie Hendor n, Jacksoh, C. Key
mails, W. Curry.
" Alaiama. McKiiv, Punta P|asse, cat-
tie, J. J. Philbri0k.
a (hinal pe, Ni kermon, N. Y., gon,
imdme. to A, F. Tift
DEPAItTED


April.
21 Ir. snoh. Pioneer, n berts, i Nsnaa
nidae & paiss, by deanmn &. lart.
". luu.
schr. Btdlie M. Evans, N. Y., log.
w-od. by A. F. Tift.
chr. Marth, Cafty, Noank, Conn.,
lhall, by Master..
t" tr, tug Leot-t- Piacaouiuli-,
ball. by F. Titt. .- -
22 Vlliace J. Boyl, l f-.4~ C ibarian,
ball, by lI3. T'ift.
S .s io (piran de, iRrrows. N. Y. gen
mdne, by A. F. Tift.
Alaibtua, Md1iuay, Hlavanti, cnttle,
J. .1 Philbrielk,
Lizziel Henderhnn, Jacksto, C'. Key,
mails, W. Curry.
a Alihibmna, MHeny, P-untn isansm, ball
b I J. J. PhIlbrtic.,
S arsl Hall, TjLwc, Havana, cattle,
1yv miasiter.
20 E I. Herrfiban, wood, C. Key ,
Iten. ,'argo, lby 1W. Curry,
." lio Hendrtiu, Joeflion, C, Roy
siniln, by W C('irry.
27 (ltmldiluhl,' li:c('i) c mr. o.Glvm,;tlli,
g(-n. rcu'tg'o. A, F Tift
.. Alibamait MeK.ny, Hiaviuna, cattle by
J .T 1i'hilbriek.
A Elidrige, locker, Havana, muttle
T 3 lhilbrik,








C* o


momm- mo"


Of the RENOWNED

;SINGER SEWING


MACHINES.

A k fIu.ll 011n 1110 if you Wish to buy.

T rHOMAS SHULTZ AGENT.






COMMISSION MERCHANT,


SAtt y for PfitiffiI. -. Shnoriff Monroe Co.
BILLIARDSI
I have re opened ity billhird room and
the publlie are invited to call on mie. Fine
wiaies aid lIger beer, either dirauight or
botthed, kept on hand; stronger liquors not
sold. A ltnstmurant with excellent cooks
ittach'ld. A tfno suit of furnished roonis
to let.
MARCUF OLIVIElI.
March 4, tf,
011 Thirty Days' Trial.
We will sent Dr. Dye's Celebrt',td
Elictro-Volt Belts iand other 1-lec'rie
Appliance, n tiil for their l'ray t(? 'ntng
micn atin Ilcr peroIerhns who are ailicted
with No. .'oti Debility, Lost Vitality, ert.,
guaraptteing speedy relief and c-iil)h'tc
restoration of vigor and manhood. Also for
Rheuuattuiki, lNeuralgia, Iaralysas, liver
and Kidney difilculttis, littuirem, aind
mauny other diseases. Illustrated unphlet
sent free. Address Voltaic belt Co., Mar
shall, Mich.
Tax Asseossr's Notice.
The undersigned is tnow prepared to
make asnessuments of all Ileul Esttte, and S.
receive under oath asNessmients of' all Per-
onial property liable to taxation for the
year 188A. Blmks furnished upon applica-
tion.
W, C. MALONEY, Jm.
Assessor Pov. Mon. Co.


No. I ro'nt Stre'et,key West


FlorldA.


-AI,8O IEALE.ll IN-

SHIP cH:AN1LERY, GROCERIES and PROVISIONS, WINES ana
LIQUOlRS o0 'INE qUALITY. A FINlV.LOT OF HARDWARE, CUT-
LEItY aMnl 'l t 1,, CKIOCIKEY and (*LASSWARE, STOVES and HOL-
LOW WARiF 'IN and WOODENWARiT. ALL KINDS OF NAIL;
SPIKFs axad isCREIWS.- ItICKS, LIME, CEMENT and PLASTER
SHINGLES, LATHS ami L0tUIS ill of all KINDS. HAY, CORN and
OATS. I'


(1)(./ I-


A NI)


FI RE WOOD


*


1
i
t


M)I::Z.&i:PrelzN c


I .







IM P OR T ANT ES.

4ppes of ,RUIT ad VZGET BLIS,


,,AIDEN-

AE Y WEST.
Myer, Fort Ogden & Pine Level.
and Braldentown every Wediesday'
,cCHdy and Saturday at i p. m. Ac-
.,y at 8 m, for Suwannee Liver to Newv
te. In event of .obAg of sailing days, in-
,ali, Ticket Office S.,F. & W. By. or at Levy
0. Coleman, Traveling Agent WV. I. T. R. ,,
WM. OURRY,
Agent at Noey West.

V. S. WARNER & COMPANY,
Palma Sola, Manatee 1o., Fla..
)ANUFACTU1BEAS OF

FELLOW PINE, CYPRESS AD'OCEDAR LUMBER.
Fruits and Vegetable Crates, Lath .qdtShingles.


lAVING facilities superior to any owhar house i America for haundlig All XKJnd
o, Fruit and Vegetables, we respectfully solicit your eooeignmeots. 0
Shippers Oannot Possibly *nd us More Qoods
Than we c'n handle to an advantage, as-in addition to our extensive oity trade we keo~
5fevn Salesmen Constantly on te Roat,
Through whom we okn always place any goods we may recele i excess of our city
demand,
FLORIDIUS VISITWO PHIDEmIIM ABE COBDIALUL UYIT TO CAU
Aoduiaspect our new store re-built on the site of t$e store destroyed by fire last Au-
gust. We tako pride in having
The Largest and Most Complete

FRUIT.& PRODUCE ESTABLISHMENT

in America.
We'.veu stories high, fronting ou both Delawaro Avenue and Water Street, 180 feet in
depth and 50 feet in width,. vwo entire floors with a capacity of g1.000 barrels refriger-
ated, in which we can always store goods received on j glutted market, and keep them
en condition until market is ready to receive them, thus saving to our shippers thous.
hands of dollars annually. No other house in the country can offer such induconents to
shippers. Weva refer to any bank, banking.house. or prowiipent firm, as to our standing
and resppnsibility,
SR Warner & Meiot tt.


Plain Soda, Belfast Ginger Ale, Lemon, Soda, Sasparilla and Cider.
On account of the reduction in Lager liHor, the following will be our wholesaoi prices to the Trade on and after d. uryt lt, 189.:
LIger Ileer in kegs.3,r0 per keg. All lirauds of New York lotti l leDeer, 90 etc. jior doz. Budweiser rind AnhoiWemr (St. LouiM)
Beer, $1.f8f per doz, (ider $1.10 per do,, English Alh v& lort.r $, .10 Iper do ,pemon Sdda, SBarsparilli, Ginger Alo and Phii
Srdm 2 d x, in a case, $1.0 per case. Emipty ketg, bot 'n- Ad oavi' tt4 lhe returned.
Orders left. at the Bottling Works or muiy Esutablihitent in tIe' I"n1Vre building will retei.ve prompt attention, ONoWilliverei'd Free


STEAMSHIP


AGENCY


OP AF. TIFT


MALLORY LINE.


rGATBNERAL COMIINSSIN ME M ANTS & IMORTERS OF FOTREIN FRUITS
p aors, h Sands, $ Blinds, $ Moldings, $ Builders' J hardware, $ Lime N~, % & 4 North Del. Ave.499, 1t & 68 North Water St., Philadelphia. The Now York & OGlvcstoS U, Mall Steaniullp Line, conUposod of the follow
~M arch 4th. I. .'+.,. .. ...-


Cement, I Stone, t &e.
PROPRIETORS OF
Palma Sola PQock and Wearehouse;
XXOK YARD AN) "(PA,$ STOJE," .
contractorss for the erection cf Public Edifices, Residencho, orltores in anypwrt of
nouth Florida or 'uLt. House frames complete, shipped to any point, with a)j Attings
Ad trimatings numbeorod nd ited( ready to put together.
A.L Te STANiAmD SIZEM OF VEGETABLE AND FRUIT CItATES
jKept in stock and any size made to order.
Sponge and bout 'poles of any length turned to order. Any style of wood' turning
or scroll sawing done ti*e best mannet. Door and Window frames 9fill regular
"piz.lawtyBs .n hna.d. --
HARD PINE FLOORING OUR SPECIAL TY
MLACKRMITIiT WHEELWRIGHT and MACHINE WORK done in te bot possi,
ble style; Work guaranteed. A full stock of steam pipe)th,ttings and obtes, enables
'Ma to give bottom pries in this work. Rubber Beltin g Packing and Engine Upplies
t)ways in stock. 'rtto us for prices.
W..SWA RNER V 00.


T ATTRACTIOiN


Arrival of New Go#ds foy hie Hot1ays; '.

)Protect yourselves y b' ing youtgoofs at the place where the best articles ai
soldTr the least money.

.ook to yo0riz own Intereo I
f.t' d'o o aco y. o,.' relyy purchase at the neat and attractive stro ot

SR.- M. KEMP.

Vlktiug but the Newest ..topk of Choioq and Select toods- wiiol will do your
heart good to inspect.

A NW ORDER OF HATs

asmt IReceivedl. MeI's Shoes, the Best in the Cit., kept constantly on Hand,.
Ev rything in the Dry Goods Line and at prices that will surprise' you.
Jteptchl)er what we tell yon and don't forget to call and see us.


WILLIAM D.


CAS-I,


-.-CORNER OF FRONT & DUVAL STREETS..-.$--





AUCTIONEER.
pne of the OLDEST BUSINESS HOUSES of the City. Personal attention given tc
ale:: nud natIsfaction QUARANTEEP. Goods epoeived by eyery Steameor from New
'York, Now Orlenna, Tntampa, 3wuteo aimd Cedar Keys, and IPOJTUCM by all the Schoon
era from the AIcinfLIagR, Key West, July 0th, 1681.


p. L. EARNETT. BEN. GEORGE.
Formerly of the Marshall House. Formerly of the preventn IHk.



HABNETT & GEORGE, Prop's. Rates $2000 Per Ay
'his Favorite Faamily Hotel, under its present management, is noqte or the
oxcellen.oe f its Cuisine Home-like Copfdfrta and mod, Me 4 sa.

KEEP IT BEFORE HE PEOPLE.)

,The boeic stillInereasaipg 1 tSnA;rr Hoeqvu ws not brought abo bF yopdipg
(patent medicine fashion) th4 names of Polltical.Htoks and Dad Hefd It is
the result of the spontaneous endorsement of thVeiylng ptblio, demon.
strated by our daily arrivals) of an intelligent Mai4d'Slb managbaent, and lut
but noet)et, of our popi.M


p, AugD
PILAll.


Ing IFirst Class Slips:


GOME AND SEE FOR YOURSELVE SAN MARCOS, Capt. Bolger,


I have just received a new and varied order of Dry Goods, thut 0e6 ahead of any-
thing before brought here ard am offering them at the most reasonable figures
of any merchant in the aity.
The aBet alico a Oltton Goods.
Ihe Newest and Most Select Style.
OROQERIES IN ABUNDANCE.
And everything in fact wanted. My BakJeoy is the most Compltote in
town. Remember this and come.
JOI--IMST SOlK-.VJ U .b-X, .
Key West, Fob. 11, '82.
J'. "Lj.. v .- k O.S0TM,. &O00O.,
g-Wohtlemle DePaler aIu-- .
Florida Fruit and Vegetables.
{4 WEST'FRONT STREET, CINCINNATI, O,
Consignments and Correspondence Sojlilted, all ePqilr'les cheerfully Answered.
-ORAUNGEJ TOMATOES, PIKE APPLES A SPECIALITY.I

W M. H. MONSALVATGE & CO..
--Wholesale and Retail Faney Gro ers.-
PITCHER'S BUILDING--DVJ m

Our Stock cou ista entir-ly of .'-a and fresh Goods which we on obehep; and' we w
ank 4generoa Public to co, P,nd examine tthe same ant. we will

GUARANTEE E'SATISPACTION.
SAWIUXEL FIUER,
DEALER IN
LU MAB E R,
Has constantly on hand all kinds of
Dressed and Undressed Yellow Pine Lumber,
Mahogany, Juniper and Cyipress Bo0ards,
JUNIPER SHINGLES, MOULDINGS AN tLATHS.
Torms Cash.
fIn. 31 t. AW9

GR Nfo OPENINGi!
L. W. PIERCE has jbt returned fr*om *the North with

The Best Selected SMk o6fGoods
Ever before seen in this Market.
Their Cheapness has never before been Equalled
Ladies HATS in every Style and fluish-Just come and be convinced;
And mind don't buy elsewhere until you have exm-ined my Stock;
Or ela you will never be satisfied whipn Abu see that other lady. ore
Finely dressed than you, .
14ADY MADE QILOTING FOR MEN AND BOY'S WEAR; AL 4O
SUITS FOB LADIES BETTER T.HIAN CAN POSSIBLY BE MADJO
UP IN KEY WEST,
BWShoes, Hosiery and no end of Fanny Oooda.flt
A ry thing that a man or woman can pose bly want in the pry Goods line wlil l
found here and an -%rly visit will repay you.

DEL. ,A ADO
H Always keeps on hand a Ane a"nortment of


ONOTi A Y o '. RATE, A$0, SEWING MACHINES
Which are the best and cheapeat on the
SIslhnd, that sell just aa they arrive.

TED TATES MAIL a mqr lil afo+- 1 -
R. B the sin r blno. Afinsn"aosrtmeut of No4-
1mfm^SK^I for al blacihTs. HeI oi .ent
A 'lP D STORE. Agent at this plupe for tshe oe of the "o derfei

Sfti mn o I qur CANIOAT OANTi.
idropusealpe MIaOrdflr And always keeps them on hand; atlo she*
SVu ratd talo e muitc ao rm -eany to play even for a tw yea old ohlld-l-al'hs for sale the
psd"P o. LA itH LA *ot.ph. pne S WI3V4 W 94I4JN5 AtTNS.


3000


GUADALUPE, Capt. Nickerson, 2839


COLORADO, Capt. Crowell,


2764


Tons
i


RIO GRA.NDE, Capt. Burrows, 2554 "
ARRIVING EVERY THURSDAY FROM NEW YORK AND ON SATURDAY FROM GALVESTON.
Through tidlcets issued to New Orleanm via Morgan Iinae at Lowest Rates.
SFOR FI KlGHT A ND PASS, A G4 APPL YiT IfMY OFFfCE.-i
An. PsF LTI"T Agt.

MORG AN I NE.
FPor Now Orloans, Godar Koys, Key Wust & Havana.
rHE MOB AN LINE OF SPLENDID STFAMISHIPS MA KE REGULAR WEEKLY TRIPS BE,, WEE
iITHE UOVE PORTS, CAlUt YING FhEIGHT, PASSENGERS AND UNITED STATES MJAIS. j


S. S. HUTCHINSON. Capt. Baker.


S. S. MORGAN. Capt. Colton.


FlOR FRE!GHI1' OR ?PASS'SU GIL 17ING ELE./Y' A qCO(JMMODi'r2ONS APJ'L )I'O


flAY'I Greaut chancetc imake mon
1 11.11 cye. Those whr always take
V LUB I advantage of the good chn.
ces fr nakiug money that are offered, gen-
erally become wealthy, while those who do
.olt improve ,uch chances rumnit in over.
ty. NNe want many men, women, boys and
girls to wurk for us right in their own lo-
calitios. Any tine ca di the work proper-
ly from tho t first start. The business willpllay
more then ten times ordinary wages. EvX
pensive outfit furnishod fee, No one who
engages fails to ucake mooney rapidlly. You
can devoto your whole tinoe to the work,
or only yonr spare moments. Full inform-
ation and il0 that is gcvded sent free. Ad-
dress xTIKUsoN & Cc., Portland, Maine.
Dee, 3rd (liG.
CONRAD STIENS
DRAUGHT BOTTLED LAGER IlEEli
CONSTANTLY ON IIAND. ALSO


F. TIFT. Agt.

J. W. SAWYER'S

NEW I0RK CLOTHING STORE

(1ORNEl? FRONT & FITZPATRICK STREETS.
Is ow open with it New and Compntelto tock of Men's, Youth's an.l Boy clothing
Fucruishinjg (Houds,
HATS, GAPS and SHOES.

I[tving pIronointilly sleteld his GODS1), he guarantees perfect Ats nnd the ,41T
(1t) 0 of my other Clthing Store iu to\vi., (iYve him a ival and be convinced.
i\>ty W\ st,, Dcv. 1), '81, 1 yr.


C. OPPENHEIMMER'S Tiiesmohave Changed,. "---en have Ohanged,


BOTTLED BEER
I sell one.uqnrter barrels of lbst Beer for
L3,11 ;nnd rououibemb that my
LEMON, CREAM, 11ASBEBIY,
VANILLA & OTHER SYRUPS
MAKE THE MOST DELICIOUS
Cool Drinks.
(Store en Fleming St., near the up-town
Methodist Church.)
B1E SURE AND CALL.
A. SCHEPENS.
,une 1 1th '81.
-JOHNSON
GRASS SEED!
This grass will grow in any climate. Will
endure the long and intense heat of a
Southomn summer, and the rigors of a
Northern winter. GroiWVs on uny kind of
land. Hay ri!-h, julpy and tender. After
first year will bear three cuttings. Price,
subject to fluctuating, $3.50 per buHhel; 20
9tspi. pound. .
OSEPH HADiEE, olma, Alabama.
Faeb, 4th, 18, um.

PARKER'S HAIR BALSAM.
Ti Best, Cla tnd




)yr onr m Nelo or ver '11it wl0 Rtor
,* m inmo n illokp
A a.w q..oet eImul o,&.



GINGER TONIC
Ifyou area m.e an ori fiw ,r-mhwait With

aisoihgnSu, or If t ie 1 bo 4 weith 1 A
ll orrt y iinffos ,tomIho mo or Mmvo
yoq am be tstdb PPAUIIlK Q Oemei ToNcI.
oieiMMjiar "ilsMM nr tt rowunta11
osy..e Tlse M ttew e will nhte nndialM
It a ume 5undad iis M.. it Ma .. u "
GIAUT RATING WUING DOLUX aII3,


and
(WOODS HAVE SO CHANGED IN PRICE


THAT


WE CAlN SELL LOWER THAN EVER BEFORE.
---tO--
IT IS SAID THAT WONDERS WIIL NEVER CEASE, AND THIS. IS CERTAIN
THE CASE NOW. THE COUNTRY IS STIRRED AT THE ADVENT OF


O-t.JHiA h~~~


GaoOD3s


;ever before brought to this market by

II. A. PARKER & CO.
The country is fairly agog with excitement at theirbquality and profuseness. Come
omi amnd all and see for yourselves. During your husbands your wives and your swoet.
heart and
DOT FORajT THlE S4 lIES,
t'oe in buying we have t'"ught to provide forthema also... Nothing like the Stock now
Ii1 Itriving, we intended to evmn excel ourselves and oar Senior, who hbe been to
it York, has exceeded our most sanguilne wishes, Come early and se for yoursel, a
i ni von won't go away ditmppointed.
H. A. PARKER a 00O
layars. June Ist r681,
,We are now locatel lit our Now '# e.
No. 180 Dock Street, a tew doors abur.
our old location at No. 1. Owing to o
increasing business and not being%1 13 t
obtain sufficient room, wd were compoolle
to move. W9 have built large lefrigerm-
toro for keeping ]Fruit and Vegetables, l-
so ripening rooms supplied with rauiet
heat [n whiob we cin ripen Sruit accord.
iPg to the domnand of the mu ket.
Oar ur ities/for growing and receiving
Fruit eind VegetAbled is such thatwu hav1
the finest trade in Philadelphia for t.noir
sale and 'we are connected by Teleph6on
to all parts of the city. .
Our personal _,qUahinmtauo with ta4 3bet
firms in New York, Boston, Albany, 'j$.Iv,
Washington, Baltimore andc Ril mouI,
gives us the opportunity to place ship
imnents to the best udvatAge should our
mark,'t be overptoekud,
S6oods sold at auct4n unless qo or.
daredby8hip|erm,._
.btoucll Pree.
T ru Wlyi.
PA lp


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