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COEA.M OF THE CABLE.
The Hlore Im.llportant New., Domesti
Violent eumtlhqunko in Southern 0Cl-
The Queeno of Matdtgk esour embinle:.
HaI'vtard to build a now dormitory'
at cost iof t00.000.
Mism 'N iuinil Davis, ..li diiulghter of
Jelff Divis, entors the ftvld of liteirntur.
us a Wugarinuu writdr.,
Fred nind of Bnlg01hi1 preparing t
leave th'tWbrono, having been oumlntrZi-
ed to abd icatu by the Powers.
An inipprtant feature of the Swiss il.
oohol not 'reoandy. piosedi, giving ; th
gvemrnto,,t control of idl talotlllic
dliuks sold in that country, is tlh tt
pr c'ent. tf thu int I'cvtellmo wlich tlf
Oaatons will giilt from tlh i11 ,tliol ta .is
pappetint inutiifollinj to the pi-pluc
this tlhorJT right :or it la wripng,
which P Efltor substantially ali the
duties of tuOterlal jand manufaotiurcd
artloles +nght to be- ropealed. and
absolute fie, trade permitted in all
articles except the few above named
or the PryPfdent ha gr0ossly erred
Thereo i.tot a singlominpiber of Con.
:ress whlo i at any' t, te beoe will-
Ing to voto fOPr.the ln all
duties tn "an 't.
ITho president hi" t4te
his ow'n igporan0o w 1 ys in
his mesisage'that a pduotibn 'of the i
advantages which wo awird our
Jaumo ProduOtlon" may be i oessary,
but "the entire wwlidrlawal of such
tCi96 eILft.4 of 1tlolj0 advantages should be contemplated."
.. ....P....li. ... nly be does not know what he
IVe O'CLOCK, P.. M, proposed. fflseoommendation
v A, was rathe lignorant than deceptive
CLVVELAND'S 'STATE3bMAV i intent, But its ignorance and
Either the President's Iheory STRATY STRAWS.
right or it is wrong, says the N 'ChpagoRailwvay orld:
York Tribune. Hl explicitly aflirms The only nralw:y extending into
that internal taxes should be rota I the arotic sone runs north from tihe
ort of Lulea, in Swedon, at' the
<4 and duties on luxuries. He saf: head of the Gulf of Bothnia, toward
t1must be conceded that none of the iron mines of Gellivara Moun-
the things subjected to intornaml re- tains, The first train to cross the
venue taxation are, strictly spelaking, arctie passed over, this- road a. few
necessaries; there Hppoars to bho 4I weeks.ago.
just complaint of this taxation by I. ---- --
.the consumers of theso articles, an wv York Musib and Drama .
there wneems to beo Lothi ig so w, I1It 11 M ay, 1888, anl international
able to b:r, the I)l,'rdel withl tA .rtisic exposition will be opened in
lhardlship to ally portion of tliu j)'A*?'ologha, which will unit the cx-
ple. Tito tItaation of luxuriesi ,ibition of musical Ipstrumonts and
sets no features oc hardship, t (u:r' orformrnices Of tlunost .reiiowied
the necessaries of life used and 'on1 ancient. %ind -modern oomlopoitions.
Sllumcd by all tlhe people,.the
iupon which audli to the (cost of '1,Iv. dto, 'te cohipOsell of'" MAlistofle,"
inI iu every ho11;;i, jiouul be grc.k ly. I tile e1Rcctive president.
oa ,a.,t ., ,, T w w 'o+ord:;....
One thing is here to be noted; by If teA)emi t nominate Mr.
arguing at leligth in favor of ren0ovi Clevelalt,, they hy oi indorse his
lug duties on manufactured p o i st a'mtal message a the pr'lri-
g dties on n1)' plos which it euuneiates. A policy
dtcts, on tho ground that the lygcr4 of dodging, equivmca:tion, and evasion
part of thie quantity cou pn. il C IS' cugmessinot rescue them from
me hm m ot try and is h li"" positioll. Tile Republicans will
rtidoile tInhts country and, iH pnnc ril nsist upon holding Mr. Cleveland
od in price, whilh saying nothing iaml his party to the lile of the nies.
about the duty on sugar, of whl'1h sage.
much tlhe lar'4r part is imploried, I'ris Le Petit Journal
tho Prutdlent certainly Ilphlie t.ilt Although the dowry of Princess
S Terkai, Malnrice Iernhardt's bride,
the diutics on sugar should a ro. is 8t $u,000, thie matlc was prellly at
ttiled, a course for which there re love affair. The princess met a girl
cousin ofl Mnirice Bernharddt ia hor
to him ol.vious political reasons, painting clmss, rand they became
Internal revenue taxes, ldaties on FI1.I great friends. When the cousin fell
uries amnd oin sut:ar should ie o re-ill Tereka came to see her frequently
s and o r should and help) insae her, ind tlhre nmet La
talked; duties on mianufoetuired pro- Bernhardt and her son. It was a
ducts should be remo bec ase -5f love at first, aml they became
ducts shoul be reo beiicsengaged a month ago, 0lthiommgh Mile.
they tax the people by einhiacilig Terka had always Been emlphatlI tmi
the cost of home products--that is her decided resolution never to mar-
the President's theory. If it is right ry. She is 24 and Maurice is 23.
it ought to be honestly and unflinchl- Sa" Francisco all:
lugly applied. If it is wrong, then foTune free trade nmc air getierally
found working liad In ligand wivim/1
*his recommnondatlons are either iguo- the advocates of free imp6rtation of
rant or are fraudulmut and false, and laborers II fact, the fliudamental
fa principle of both is to buy whatever
should be disrogardod. Somowlhre a is.wnnted in the cheapest market.
revenue of over 100,000,000ooo must Free-tando will open the markets of
be taken the United States to the products of
b the cheapest labor in the world, but
absordity do no' p ake it moral the free-traders say tto employers
worthy of being followed by the peo- that they also Paubmve tbe cheapest
markets' in the wbrld to select labor
pie. from. How the American lalborer
If the Preildent is right, how I it will fare between tile importation
f th r is r, h of products of cheap labor and the
to be done P The duties on sugar importation of cheap laborers is not
and molases yielded during the fiscal a problo lm diflloult of solution. tHe
an ma 8 T e d urit te will perforce gravitate to the condi.
year 58,004,808,80. The duties ou tion of the laborer in the markets
liquors, tobacco, faihoy artloles, jew. his competitors are drawn from.
Wiry, watches and clocks, oplitm pre. w York Mail and Ere
New York Mail and Express:
pared for smoking, laooes and em- Democratic utterances from the
broideries, ribbons and other manu- Pacific coast are calculated to help
futuree* of silk, yielded last year'889, such Northern Don ooratio papers
roturof ?as the Sun and Suck Ebuthem Dremo
9,8lllJI,8 'lt0lse duties on luxu. oratio paper as the Atlanta Oonsti.
rules the President holds should be tutioa to sustain Mr. lRndall in his
re edt behostility to time doctrines anmid policies
retained, Deduetinb those andthe" of Mr. Cloveland's message. But
sugar duties from $212,092,428,90 Mr. Cleveland thoroughly believes
thle adulation of the Mugwuumps and
the entire revenue derived from the that they are right in Insisting not
tariff last lear, there remains onlyonly that he is "better than his
114,50 5 8 obtained from the party," but that he is "stronger than
11405.78178 obtained fro the party." and hb will not yield ani
duties on all raw materials and man. inch to all the protests of tile proto-
ufautured goods-on all other dta tionist Democrats. The fight bor
SOleveland'' re'o-uelection must be made
blos articles, in short. From these on his free-trade message, and the
the President's theory, if it is not ig- result next November will show how
futile it is for even the luckiest of
norant or fraudulent, would require candidates to imagine that he can
over 9100,000,000 to be taken off iu control or direct the whirlwind of
order to.retain all internal i Hepublluan enthusiasm or the storm
order to. retain all internal taxes, du- of Democratic discontent that he has
les ao sugar aph on l turies. Either bee. the means of evoking.
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JOSPHi L.MoTT T rMaloer.
6I WKey West hlahid and City Property a specialty.
$28 T. MYRRi LOTS
For tbn noxt 30 dys only, chance 5-.e,'t It0s within' half a mile of the
town (and not on thci opposnto side of the river) for $25 enobt ansh or weekly
City lots in Ft. Myers, for business or residence, at hardpan prices.
A IRNTAL AOCNOY
for Koy West property-business houses or taontr nts. Collections promptly
BRANCH OFFICE: FT. MYERS, FLA.
Ieal Estate, Loan, Collection,
And lentl Agency.
O;F'I5;I, OVILil| U. ~S. WI. m'S, ai~TOitR,
5 acre lote. on the Caloosabatchbe river, suitable for tobacco, oranges,
cocoanut or pine apples and magnifitoelt she for a hom.n
.TS A ND PROPEERTY A SPECIALTY.
_. I LESS & CO.,
REAL ESTA TE DEALERS,
-(Front Street, foot of Ann,)-
KEY WEST -- FQLORIDA
Inforeioi ion u'.o' .; Ily f ruishel iln reference to land in any.art of the State,
"'l' A gi and rents oilloeted fotr uoa-reildeits.
Ir ULorrespondonod soleailed. .We have bargaitms ou our books that settlers
or iuvoettcr' should investigate. Jan 3-tf.
FINE, DIAMOND SETS.
WATCHES, DIAMONOS,.CLOCKS, JEWELRY, SPECTACLES,
BfiA4BoELITS', PIZXS, MO uZZJtcX A S
GOLD PIEN AND PEINCIs VERnY E 'E(ANT.
(Forsmer if tpoton.)..
Sg' Pro:ngt atte tsonjrl t ordei ehft fa 4 ra's BARn; Saop, or
sent tmughb bhe pJoi ooe. Jan l~lu
h -' ^"- -IcCle~
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, VodiiFarS 1ofL Dep.
Our *agents are working co nstanhly and securing new and rare
specimens of MARINE -CURIO1$9. 'which we offer to the
public at Iowr pricesthan they, can be .procured elsewhere. We
ship all goods carefully packed and prepay all charges. If you are
not interested in the goods we offer ,please hand this circular to
some one who is, and you will cone'r a favor upon them and us.
Our collections consist of the numerous species of CORAlL,
SHELLS, S: !1 ED, SPONGES ,STAR FISH, SEAMOSS,
etc., etc., many 'f Witch are unattainable from any other source.
S OUR bbL.R PACKAGE
Contains two specimens of Coral, fifteen varieties of Shells, two of
Sea Mpss, two of Sponge ad two of Seaweed.
FIVE DOLLAR PACKAGE
Contains a large and choice selection of curiosities, which could
not be obtained in a retail store for double the amount.
TEN DOLLAR PACKAGE.
Contains rare and valuable specimens of the different articles
enumerated above, and the Coral alone is well worth the price.
of the package.
We are prepared to fill orders for large quantities of any of the
goods mentioned, either for.dealcrs or private individuals. Corre.
spondence1 S 7 cited, and Satisfaction Guaranteed in all cases,
Best of Pj.... cesgven. All amounts over one dollar should be
sent b, v. .. rc.d letter or money order, addressed to
Ma'ri 'peeimnrq uppfy o.4,
mom 15, KYv aMBST. PLORIOses a
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Th "lai~ly 3cyt.
An int! 'ill;ti, Progressive Republioat
Journal of To-day.
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1" l .ii,/ SIhiriii,' n K[(y W est
tI,) w ii tItii, 'tll pao>r Is deiliverodI
lby <' II i ,lr, it w ill Ito (liflur Itiiuary I, IS oSt,)
Q I,' l !..N i I' Ilr \W'I"E K, pIIN'-I1 lo a1l0 tlo e l o |Of
ing theli plrr on that daly,
i.h,' il-'i '.~ ,o' t lsettlin e protit ticl si ill
r ,i lii ,11 /0ap iper !he i'lo tol il e i y ,I .
I.' I't.itivvly iioaliih-liv a ciirrieil upon
our -.ul i, u rip lioull 'ok;. 'Fri'iu ,itid/ o thers
who i 'i i outr pipI'r Us' i bi s tScrip
tin l, il .
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1 inih sinui' CuIcolu ii cair :1 nIm utl .. .. $1 Oi )
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firt I ilo wil i.in third. 5 5O
is'Vo tl' IIt A 0lll1n t'l' Wi--O:)i ti s lt ulitn i "ianl, .,
b t liit in'llIl iii tl c i'hllslll ;,n I tl .
illr iii l'A t ; ;s.to n l, 7; eall ts ; thir- l, "it Cot
<,ntts p1I r line o r firsi ihnurtiol; .) cents
per lline thl-r'naftft'r.
],L(WAI. "* S r i'( i.s," ;, >'I nt-4 pr il oIn furl
first i:iu rh;tti: c siit line thereafter.
1l t II'll ,A N X('I';ES:
('dii,'i Ilioil'y I ) l'.Jl S, Ut ,., ll)lllll it,
dr i\\ n Iniy twol t,) '
STo invention of tho spirit level is
credited to J 31. Melhisedec Thovenot,
wlio ilied in 1092.
Frolm 1784 to 17o03 New IHmpshire
had a "President" instead of "Gov.
crno.r ai its ciiof executive officer.
Thn lheavlesi lighting during the civil
war was in 'irginia--5ll1 eugagenlaents.
Telnelsste had 21). and Missouri 2,14.
LysijppUS invented, 2211 13. C., the nrt
of taking likonis-es in plaster molds,
from wihichl he afterward cast models i
Tie antiltlity ot cilics was, in order,
Mleroc;, Svono, Tlcehjoi, Memphli, l IBu-
biastes, ]I ylios or Hiabylo, I)alnallcus
Sitlon, etc., ail built before the ye;i;
.00oo 1I. C.
laborers digging a cut for a railroad
ticar C'anterbury, E1inlaind, uncovered n1
alillosti perfect circulir well built of flints.
I.o'al iantiquairitc sity that it is the open.I
in' to sone subterrantan passageused by
the lIomians when they camped there.
A good authority on such matters says
it is a well-know fact anong railroad
mon that on railroads runnitig north anc
south the west rails wear out the faster:
that five rails wear out on the west sid
of the track while three are doing ser-
vice on the east side.
A remarkable case of "substitution"
was recently found in a Georrgia iron
mine. W<'oriRnen digging cane upon it
pine stuinul, or what had been a pine
stump, now converted into brown iron
ore. The stump showed all the fibres
and bark of the original pine tree, and
resin streaks wore plainly seen In places.
A two-headed calf was born in Duluth
recently. 'Th heads are perfectly dis-
tinct and of ordinary size, and are con-
nected at the cars. It has two cars, four
eyes ind two mouths, anl takes nourish-
mcnt in both mouths. The calf is per-
fectly natural in every respect and
healthy, but not strong enough in the
neck to suppol~lrt two heads.
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eaveo nTvana Wednesday and Satnrday noon ; Learv Key West Wednesday and Saturday, 10 p. ml
Arrive at T'ampa Thurslay and Sunday, 6 p. na,
Consect at Tamops with West India Fast Train to and frcm Northern and Eaterm ctlu.
Lrave Tampa Monday and Thndrdarylt 9l30 p. .; arrive Key West Tuesday and Friday at 4 p. m.
arrive Wednesday and fhiturday at d a. rn.
For freight or passage, apply to
A. F. TIFT, Agent at Key West.
C. D. OWENS, Traffio Manager.
Savannah, a., Aug. 10.
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South Florida Railroad. D
(STANDARD ;G A.UGl.)
QUICK TIME AND CLOSE CONNECTIONS. Gs,
oowNNCT1r.o MilliNnery Goods
SAT BANIORD with the Jakltonvllle. Tramr, and Key Welt for Ptlitka, .Teekerntllee sad point
erth, IRat and Wet ; with People's UoL Boals for polu na tbe 8k Jontis river and .1sculn onvtlll sal i
iolats North ; witk U b Sanford ad I k Rustia talloead ot r Tvarns e ind lts o n that line; with th Ladies',
Isckonvllle, TamptM snd Kuy Westl for Ovelds, ILia Ilartni and points on Luke Jetuu.
AT PEM BBTON FRI t lt wth th lorlda totulthrt Ir Oslnvllle, Ocal, Lessburgand Paltk, H A
AT A6 'IOW wlih t.,h lorlds Bouthua (c.. Dv.l) Io Ft. Meade, Cleveln4d, Punta Oorea Ind T
*Olnt S on ulrrl otte IJnroor.
AT TAMPA with ibe I'lant Stemsbthp Company fnr K Weht and Ravns; with the Motrga Us -o iT
Itstaers for New orleaus ; with theetamer "Martrgaet" ftr M ratOue river nad all way ponts.
IFOR RATES AND TICKETS, The largest took of
Sleeping-Car Aooornmodations, m -
-0o3o J ,
, Ribbons, Flowers, Yankee Notions,
Mlses' and Children's Latest Style of
LADIES DRESS GOODS in KAv WAst
if in a% At gggem
And further particulars In form of Maps, Timi ''Tables, (; i lon., ore, call on A. P. TIFT, Agent, Plant
Steamship Line, Key Wesi, or write to
) t1 an wastes ana rurees.
S1W C "M ^A.-I J At tx IA. L i,
BASH AND BLINDS, OARPENTIRS' TOOLS.
I in all its branches attended to with prompt-
ness and in the best manner.
At Front and Greene Streets,
Y WEST, LO R ID A.
CE R. PIERCE,
IIt\VS,)N & J.NK KS. Ants not only recognize one another L- UI I IUU.I nln1I nnlimf b IM I U1Ui
'ubalihi's awl l'roIirito., after' separation for moro than a near, but "OR NLT R UTE." B '
k -i.v aEST,F1_..... L thiE.u'o ,,vi,lae ucte.s of strong atteetih "ORANGE BELT ROUTE. B U L D
S btwocl them. After keelling oll nest DOORS ,
S N ti'. to iinsuirt' in ttion ii to-mr- nf ints for seven years, Sir Johnl Liul-
ron,..i,. ,,,,t ho, i ti. .i...l'o b,1y 1Y I bok irtiib -tilll two sii vor. iim a this nrY n in S te UNDERTAKING
r l!It i ItiV ticr'iirt o i to feas Morgan Line Steamers, UNDERTAKING
TIlir Eliiliil 1 svili i it o i, ccl ot i cithi
SAT1 URDAY K e Th, .r'I ii,'iok KIrlliicily i tlih los Hutohinio and Clinton, Simonton, bE
of l .r <'oi ))a ;]nion l hIS lle< only iIp)tarcet.t
SS t Cotiin Interest t' death lsti mei er Kel For Havana and Key Wst, F From Havana to Key West, rE-
A I. n ha Con.taininq Interest .- I iu;;i, reiara olouiv. __________
1 s < Arrlvefr,,m ewO.lennsnturdlay.10.0. ,. *Arrivo Punta (lord.la..... Friday,10.00am. in
Si;iiin lat cr of SIcia Ina- Leuv tta (irt'la fo' halvana uid Ke, iav I untita (iorlda for Now
.ll. < W st. u1a:..)vt, 1 ic:I ne i'il day. w v o urean, F'riilday..............1V 00 noon.
icrist to the Sunday Reader, 'rTlC art of ini- ,,ne i, of gract antiq- goiagt.'runua t rela. KtenrR lAd iiloridiSoti ll.rin ock.
wi ty. (On) the tli.I'| on oi l Il sa c, it, tal A iolier ;'trilt l l ves for 'P ntIa I ( rdl i t, Icith hollun idan l noo and retu-rning
tlwse who havet\ traced1t out its histhirv o eaveo 'nrtow t I ;.:0;! a. i. on Si t lturlays, amillkin close coni.uwtion with stitanme.s for
Will be foi'nishod those not dosir i ll us ;thati this svytellr w\as practicull liavaI"i ar1 Key 'Vest an 1 New oriLanso *
I tisi I or Ieiglit itul Itiitsiug u ;-uppy to
b.5 matxil or c arie.r, ht tii i't1 l ]us io resorted A. C. COWAN, Ceneral Agent,
ing t chily, at $2 por year, in vrr early titios by tc hinesi, ind Fo fr*ht ad p *1 to A.KU XOA ee l A L 1A Choic0
b. ail or carrier. that t, i irekin. l ia s also resortedi lorida soiuthelirn Italilway,
... to its.nil, evi denes of wlhichl ;pciir it l JACKSON VI r,LE, FLA.i
thio literature ,of those two great coun- or, A. F. TIFT, Agent. Morgan Line.
'i:;years ago Mrs. (eorgo \Vin- tri,, Thit, iciont artt ls eb(ci revived, KEY W 'RT, FLA. DRIY G
tor, of C1in'i; :irti, whilo einting, lot in the present ilay, o i tle ('ontiiientt iand --- ......--- .. -
lip a piece of Lieon down hior wind- in Amneriia, as well as in Eng'and, tiid is
pipel Sil sffllrod great agony, as it I;,isg very oxtnasise ly pi. niii l FLEMING
had lodgedl in ono of her Ings. Hemn- nidU of treatinetCt--i;m d so) it ii;, but A l a.L M y oI
orrlitlas sueceodedl acl other in rapid those who undertake to jrforn it ,oight I RA I I MR A I V-"A full supply ot
Sueci suion. Htor coughing spells were to have sonmi head Ilno\wled r .omn rn-. iL I the only authorized
- h0\tino.vvs -nd <-(.\ ht from %r a ing their \\ork as well as fingr h dexterity. GENERAL COMM ISSION M ERCH
",'?1L <-)M.^.-u.'t )ji' '- ;> j,Ac )h,.rfei' c-, -.T^ T7"T
bust woman to a mere skeloton. On a qtintd with th t tt the9 l.i 1 W ..' ]i.J
recent morning, as usual, 'irs. Winter function of the tissues nild miuseloes oin A
awoko with a terrible spell of cough- whlich! she is cniled itupon to oplcrate, HAS EXTENSIVE WHARVES AND FIRE.PROOF WAREHOUSBe8s
ing, followed bv a hemorrhage. Sud- andl therefore. soie st;uly of books on for the aooommodation of the largest class of steamors.
,flo db al thi l rt of th iusiet', is r,,uired.
only sho felt a gra lual rising pain on 'c to re t r;y lcSC OAL, ICE, W A TER TIN, CxOPPEI
her left side. Tho stinging pain rose mnmiluliations to bcitacquired; these iar- W
higher aud higher, until all at once sho tictular movements c ,i only Ie leaIcurnl e D OTHER SUPPLIES FOR STAMER S.
felt a hard substance emerlgo from nor I'rol "actual demonstrations, and nothing O L __
Sthrot ani fill ier mo ti i ut patient practice will attain tlie -- -- --
throt and 1111 her month. pitting it lni dexterity needful to perform thle CHARTER S rooured for vessels bound to ports
out ulon the floor, liko a revelation it ,iloc.s". Tile general term of manssage "8 CUlf and West Indies.
strucei her that this was tho bone she incl lcs several kinds of nmaiitipll ltions: in t uIf and West Indles. Roof
had swallowed three years ago. Ai thllese are also designated by lreiRh _n(h
ns. ()no.oft eseisk owne as lt JOHN JAY PHILBRIOK,
closer examination proved that she had Ie;this consists in gently strokit le JO H N JA Y PeILB R IC
discharged the bone. pirt under treatment, which stroking in. Work
-C-- reases in strnigtlh, and termitites in a n n lTlT
firm rubbit;g of the skin with tho palm IliInm
Cinui Slpreckel-,. tlhe California sugar I tl lad. Under the elc eFOt of h~ ofHAN
kitg, rc'ctly Ilhd(lrts,,i 01)0 fatriers oni treatment hardnoes and drynss of the KEY ITIES F LORID A.l
the (p1.,itiou of raisitig itig:r bents. IIo skint give way to softness, and the effect KEY WEST, FLO RIDA W H
anid that they could net from $10 to $75 is very soothing. Another fotrn of tnat. Bt- Anthraoite and BitUminOUS ol
an ncre fir eels; lie would pot u monllt Is named petrissage. '' This p, rocess Best Anthracite a B luminous Co l.
an acro ftor beets; that h would put consistsup ressin nd kneadng ano Ti
a factory to make boet sgar that would rolling the skin an mcle a o o Wharfage, Storage and 10e.O V
consume 350 tuns of b;cts each itwenty- assuage brought into use in cases where Wood and Water Constantly on Hand.
four hours, providing the farmers guar- 1 the patient is deprived by inHtrmlty 01 Wood and Water on nly n Hand.
anteed to cultivate a certain number of ilecent from taking bodily exercise. Superior faclitiMs for Coaling teamer. I in, Copp
antced to cultivat certain numcr e advocates of massage affirm that the Consignments solicited, and prompt attention to disoharging, re-shipplng, and sale
acres In bouts bench year. If one factory use of petrissage also soothes nd rein. argoes, which will be stored In frproof warehouse T
wasn't enough, he'd build another, or vigorates the overtired and fatigued GANGS OF LABORERS FURNISHED AT SHORT 'TOTIO.
givo $100 000 toward one, if the farm- limbs ofthoto who have gone through at -..- -- '-- - ... I numbr of
ers wntetouild It thrives. H unusual amolint of physical esertion. owevenumr large i
ers wanted to it thmses. Ho aotment is a rapid mechanical move. however large.
said in conclusion: "I am now in my n cnt used as a stimulus for rousing into W J 1 AL O R
sixtieth year, and it would kill me to notion organs which are inclined to re. J
all in what I undertake to do. It is ain dormant. passage a friction may 0
tino that Is jecrta to m, buti bodescribeda ts a series of circular rub.
not money that is an object to me, but I,iti with the tinger tips, performed in a
I want the people of California to bole rid aniner, the ob'cct of which pro NG COMISS ION IERC
able to show that Claus Spreckols has cess is to squezeo out the was'.e products AN : ALt N R E
done something for this state when his formed in th tissues of jo ats.-C'Uaell. AD : N
bones are at rest. If my life is spared, y o Ear F LOR ID A SPO N G-ES, Lunch, Coff(
I want to see all the sugar that is used eloity of Earthquake F LO I
i The course which an earthquake tnrune CO RNER r OP
in the United Stateo grown here, and I is usually verv ranid. From tlie moment vrn + T-kA- T711-1l 7 6fr Aiml nyi4-mn R0 COR.Nl4-R
wast to see this country export it. when the lrst sh;ck was felt at ,isbon
- ---.-- to the pcer'od when all was over, and
Dexter II. Chamberlhiii, who died ro early :0,0t)0 people were killed. no
cently in Boston at the ang of eighty, nmore than four minutes ehl-sed. A few
seconds, we learn from Our Earth aud
was one of the most prolific of inventors Its Story," are usually a more freqIueni
of the past century, a large number of time for the shock or shocks to last.
tho loading mechanical inventions now Yet, while Caracas in Venozuela wa i
In common use having found their birth anost killed stryee, atl 12,0; of ts nit'bi
:antskilled bmy thec earth luaku tif 1N12,
in his fertile brain. Among Mr. within the limits of half sa minute, there
Chamberlain's inventions mniy bo noted ire cases in which constantly recurring
a repeating rifle, introductory to the tihocks lst for weeks, months and even
-years, as if tho laboring earth was still
Sharp rifle and Colt's revolver; a mllu- trying to relieve itself of some of its
chine for making hooks and eyes for utperabundant oeurgv. For example, the
dresses; the hand planer and power Ca('labrian earthquake of February, 1783,
planer extensively used in all iron vas not quit finished before December,
S, and it is a common observation
works; the spring bind roller, that the preliminary sho'k is usually fol.
which is nlow'controllod by IITrt4lsorno, lowed by one of greater severity, and
and out of which $4,000,000 profits have this in its turn by others less intense, like
been made; the kerosene lamp burner the distant claps of thunder which herald
the passing storm. But In this brief
now in ordinary use; the self-dating pan the most rightful havoc can be
stamp used all over the world; a leather- wrought, and the wave of destruction
splitting machine whicl splits leather propagated, from the most distant
as flno as paper, and the auger and bit itrgions. The rumbling earth sound
in common u by carpenter. Tho travels, for instance, at the rate of 1,,-
in common by carpenters. )0or 11,000 feet per second, and tht
window blindroller patent was sold for earth wave, on an average, about 1,200
$800, and the others for equally low eoot in the same space of time, though
amounts. In all he patented some forty in Charleston, as we have seen, a much
inventions, and generally dipoied of higher rate was attainod.- Toronto Tr.uth.
them at very small sums, allowing tho The peculiar odor of Russia leather is
purchaser to reap the always rich har. caused by birch bark tar, the use of
vest of his genius. which is a professional secret.
,W ,,-- -m W w uB II uM WN- m
Capital, $1GO,000. Surplus, $150,000.
ir now ready for the better accommodation of friends and the public. Depositea r
ceived, interest paid, and certificates of deposit issued.
(W'Exhange on New York, New Orleans and Havana bought and sold.
GREENE ST., NEAR. DUVAL.,
KEY WEST, FLA.
COL. FAANK N. WICKER'S REAL ESTATE AGENCY
MAKES A SPECIALTY OF
Factory and Resident Sites, Business & Tenement Houses
KEY WEST, ABSOLUTELY BELOW THE FROST LINE,
Has 18,000 inhabitants, 192 cigar factored, 157 documented veasols, ii the oirly secure deep.
water harbor on the Gulf, affording easy and obeap transportation for Its immense clfar,
fhi and sponge industries. Its revenues to the general government is nearly three-quarir
of a million dollars annually. Correspondence solcitod,
F. N. WICKER, Key West, Fla.
OOD5, BOOTS, SHOES, &o.,
(" YELLOWSTONE KIT'S SQUARE,")
AND DUVAL STREETS.
SDR. KIT'S Wonderful Medicines kept on hand nd d for sale; he be.
agent thorefor in thu city of Key West, Fl.
. PACE &0 CO.,
R AND SHEET IRON WORKERS,
ey West, Fla.
nd Guttering a Specialty.
done upon short notMoe, and atisfaction guaranteed.
er and Sheet-Iron Worker.
ROOFING A SPECIALTY.
called workmen and mi prepared to conrsaot for and finish any Job,
ee, 'Cool Drnks, Cakes, Pies, Jellies, &o.,
THOMAS AND SOUTRHAD STS..
OPPOSITE THE CABLE OFFICE,
Corner of Greene and Ptitxpa.trick streets
MEALS AT ALL HOURS. BOARD BY THE
WEEK OR DAY.
'Lodging also urnisheu d those dedrlang Roormsn e ol, oel a nud it m
J. PIODELA'S SON,
WHor LmaL AND mUA.L DLaI'; i
European Wines ad Liquors
and Domestio WI ales.
COR. THOMAS AND PETRONIAI STREETS,
po..ox., KEY, WEST, FLA.
WILBUR McCOY, C & T. Agt., Sanford, Fla. D
El nDInA l DAM1TU CF _..II WAV R I T .
XA 'LUI FuPZ. LvA hl U OLLLJUJ I OPPOSITE ": JACKSON SQUARK."
KEY W ES T, FLA. ,Cakes furnshd to .rder or weddIn, Private Partes, .Pblo Entrtealamnts,
JOHN WHIT, Preidannt. JAd. A. WAaDLLt Oahionr. iGs al e Ad.
JOHN WHITE President. JAt. A. WADDELL, Oashler. SI a MWM A IM9 %Aft%*V
JOH WHITE BAN K Porvan nameswe
I-r-^-- -- I I
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Tampa, Key West and Havana
PLANT STEAMSHIP LINE,
SE I I-WEE EKLY.
J jERBY -.-WARREN,
DRUGGIST AND JEWELER.
LARGEST STOCK OF
Drugs, Patent Medicines and Fancy Goods
IN THE CITY, AT LOWEST PRICES.
yPhysicians' Presorlptions oarfully put up at all bour.
LARGE AND CAREFULLY S~EEQO1tD STOCiKP'
Watches, Olooks, Jewelry & Silverware.
Repairing Promptly Done by SkUlid Workmen.
Duval Street, near Greene, Key West, Fla.
311' 1~TW A TV 0 TV n
AMJCLD8 v (gcwLlsf jmyb'
MAN UrACTUREU4S OF
FACTORIES Noe. iG and 1,.
KEY WEST,- FL,
OWce and Salesroomi: 0i Murray Street, New York,
EDUARDO H. GATO,
FINE HAVANA CIGARS ONLY
Factories, Nos. 18, 0 and 38,
KEY WEST, m FLA
NETW YORK BRNCII,
38 BHITJL' R 8T,
SEIDE2NBERG & 00CO
827 East 68d Street, New York
KEY WEST FACTORIES, NOS. 8,48,53 AND 145.
Xj B, COI5,
MANUPAOTURER 0F VERY lINB
Vuelta Abajo Havana Cigars
FA.CTORIES Nos. 15S and 86,
Corner of Southard and Whitehead Street
-EEY TWE3ST. FLA.
HERBERT 0. PENT,
FINE KEY WEST HAVANA CIGARS
Simonton Street, near Petrona,
VEST, *- FLORIDA
J. H. GREGORY,
SUMATRA LEAF TOBACO0
And Cigar Manufacturer,
Fitpatrlok, Between Front and Greene Sts.,
KEY WKST, FLORIDA.
rYu can bay your Stationery asthe following low rates t ordered as Indicated below
500 BIIll Had,
800 Note eHoadS $8
8 00 Knvelopes, I a(Zi9
800 Iuslnias Cards
800 Statements, I
The DaCosta Printing and Publishing Hous
THE MORNING EWS
STEAM PRINTING HOUSE
PRINTING ,O ORA, NZiAld v REROtrYPING BOOK BI?
ING and BLA K BOOMA A TEN LARGEST CONCERN IN T
BIOUTH. Th6r qulpy pd oo pleo1'with1n tlf the att maohanery and
most stllful workmen. uorp oonsio4aMaMnuraolarern, Bankl and Banker, County Offlce
Farmeraf Menohanate, Mehanies, and B.. lnts Men generally about placIng orders for a
thing In e above lines, %rqm Vltlln (ard Itoe a moia eaotoer, or from fa Menor
dun Book to a Mammetho ra, are requested to give this bots a trial.
J. H STILL. Proprietor,
3 WHITAKER ItVREST. 8 SAVANNAH. C
% PROPRItOR OF
Ball's Express and Ball's Fast Freight Line.
AGEIT SO1THBWERIf f PRRES COMPANY.
W Special Attention Given to the Collection of Draft, Notes, Accounts, &O..m.
Swill the card fall away. No air can get theo territory of Cimarron. b C .oo a o o. ApotcarteU. Lowsti, MIs.
Np. into theglass, and, as a consequence. no T'hse ten thousand Antricans went 100 Dose One Dollar
HE water can run out. If the glas, stillin. Into No Alan's .and, knowing that the Il KIDD a
the averted, be placed upon a tray, the card hand they settled on cpd cultivated they
rn, can be slipped away, and yet noe after could get no legal title to unless Congress
"y. flOw out. In this way you can hand a would act for their protection; knowing
n- glass of water to a friend, but hecan not that no crime,not even murder,committed
remove it without spilling the whole. In No Man's Land could be punished,
TO PLACE WATER IN A o .,ARSS UPIDE becanie 00 courts, no law otticers, no
A. nDOwx. laws, took cognizance of what was n one
P .irea tn No Man's and. They had no author.
rTakure a polae, atumleg and a small itian sity r gov ; no powim er to
piece over tisueahapernd about the plate on icans have enabled, them to found a t
nch, and it upon the tble on the two vy tacom es for the simplest or most SAuc1 I .
reet thu madew, and as any person u to o the n by the gnralsuffrance, bt w h n, .
aperaprim. leitn lawsow g which any inhabitant need obey. sa s e1s uPraU
own the, Coe. hie ts es ey en ht apos was their enforced condition 6a l i ,
to.o a the fire, however to urn out, or, Yet these te thousand have found d S nt-avm
I te as elasamedisapprarss towns built choolloues and churche pn -O. OOL a IANTUM.
torhe glass quickly upside down into and s'ro supporting them. They have I FORO INFANTUM
the water. The water will rush up into made the few simple regulationsrequhedLa I
the glass. to maintain peace and order and "the Foir % M 17M
the glas.o CARD. tomaintin spe gu onsequd w oChronicDarca
Tak MMan OrdVnAByLvisitEngCARD. a general consent." The good sense and I ;atiPorto"% a
Tae an ordinaryvisig card and Christian spirIt which animates Amer- I s _iYdE ..
bend over eachend about a quarter ofan Icans have enabled, them to found a ther1.2m uof
inch, stand it upon the, table on the two commonwealth whIch continues to exist 1 *. anot"nsag o@&o o t,,. Ita
test thus made, and ask any person to only by the general sufferance, but which m u O o m
blow it over. This seems easy enough, now appeals, and ought not to appeal In t "
bit it may be trIed a long timewithout van, to Congre to give it the shelter of% sM e,.
success. It is, however, to be done by United States laws, l" NY U-61O
JULIUS ELLINGER & CO.,
Wd Le POUGLAS
t OIE. 4
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PARI lORI MAGIP blowing sharply onill telolo t soumo dis. Self.Murder by Explosions.
Al LOR tanco from the card. The sticido of tho Annrchist Lingg,
T' OEzI'IN( A limE oTl:'l' OF A WINE ;i(,.AMK, by 11oeas1 of a detonator exploded in his
SIfow to get it dimen out of a wine glass i mouth, is not the list self-inurder of Its
I AMUSEMI ENT FIOR THE IONG willtut tocIintg -litlctr Oin. nrl]it seum kind. Thus, in 18Tj, a native of Alsace
WINTER EVENINGS a ldifticult task ti nlle who did not know put I dynaninte cartridgo into his mouth
th- Itrick. The feat is accomplished by ai I! red it, with tie result of blowing
.Droll Ticrle andI E hlrltn of UIpu:ng It into thi glass, nid over It i his lheinl and tho upper piart ofr hl body
Droll Tricks and Oxhh ( ei.!1 silver qrlutor dolh r, and thle I tio pieces. In Jllltuc the I-atco year, at
Natural Blointc.--Per/rlnann- bclu-,ing into the glass very litrd. Wicklnau 3urkcet, in iS'lo'lk, t woman
S oa that arelntorllain- LIItITINI Ti'ANiM),, nliod Solomnnu, thie wife of l>i oil mor.
lug and Himple,. I'htcu two personson n their knees, op. ch'liit, ii'lltirchceda quantity of gunpower,
S-- po ic to ca(Rh other. Each to kneel on and lhavin.r icmlc a circle of it anid )laied
The Boston /rcld give t nuiamber of n"' "eo with the other log in the ai,. I herself in the nlldst she killed the powdler.
droll tricks anl curious cxilbltions in Gi%- Iu one of them a lightted candle, Thee periuictit was unsuccessful; only
natural science for parlor eiltertallanct an, c1ltiest himhn to light tiat of thie T0ooth slight in juries were inflicted on the we-
durin tho o winter evenings. Wo ""c' l'li1Th i exceedingly dlilHcult to main. 'Thereupon shite went to an out-
Smiko th fologwiisolccte Ido, :- h bcing poised oil onel knee, "and house, and putting a quantity of gun-
make the following seolcotiuns.: i ll too lumble'.over at the slightest die powder into a pmil, placed herself over
A UI OI, TRiiK. arn igclntent of position. th bucket and applied a match. On
You take six pieces of paper; place I this occasion her injuries were more
three of them on the back of your hand, I Cutr :ns Thimllgs Fouind Inside Trees. severe, but for her purpose tho explosion
and, as a preliminary operation, blow i ious lindis have onot infrequently was again a failure, and so sho hacked at
them away with an air of great mystery, hbe- miado in trees. tSome woodcutters hir throat with a knife. She was found
informing your audience at the same in i ic forest of Drotmiiiling made u in a m ot lamentable condition, and died
time that you nro about toooxplain to strange di scouver Th ey began to fel next day.
them some new kind of magnetism. a venerable oak, which t ey soon found At Nitshll, in Scotland, in October of
Then, placing the other three pieces on to boe quite hollow. Being half decayed, the smeo year, a miner named Duncan
Sour hand, you say: "Which of the it speedily clnca to lhe ground with n obtained some dynamite and blasting
three pieces do the company desire shall crush; disclosing a skeleton in excellent fuse and wont into the street, where he
Remain on my hand when I blow on preservation; even the boots, wlh lhcame placed the dynamite on the ground,
them?" When one has been selected, nbovc the knee, were perfect. By its leaned over it and lighted the fuse. At
you place the foreofnger of your other sid were a powder horn, a porcelain this moment some boys, attracted by his
land upon it and blow the other pieces pipe bowl and a silver watcli. 'he teeth unusual attitude, c-tcim toward him.
_. away, The absurdity of this mode of were perfect. It would scol to be the '"Keep back," shouted I)uncan, "for the
-solving this problem is sure to create skeleton of a man between :10 and 40 love of God, or you will be blown into
much murriment. years of age. It is conjectuied that, while ecernity!" The boys stood aloof; in a
T'IE wON)|,il'U'i;., IAT. engOI id in hunting, he climbed the tree ew anumonts lthre was a loud explosion
Upon a table place three pieces of for ,,e In purpose cid slipped into the nd Duncan was blown to atoms. In
bread, -or any other eatable, at a little hol! )w trunk, from which there was no Septemniber, 1881, a miner at Runcorn 4
S distance from each other, and cover each relt.cve, and he probably died of starva- filled his mouth with gunpowder, ignited
with a hat: take up the first hat, and tion Another mystery was found in the it with a match and succeeded in blow-
removing the bread put it in your mouth, heart of an oak. From a tree of this ing the top of his head off. An almost
II letting the company see that you swal- kinci a large block, about eighteen inches identical instance occurred in 1883 at
low it; then raise the second lint, andtln 'iatuneter, that had been knocking Canterbury, when a waiter named Sim-
cat the bread which was under that, aboit in various yards and woodsheds maons destroyed himself by exploding a
then proceed to the third hat in the same was split tip lately, and in it was found quantity of gunpowder in his mouth.
manner. Having eaten tho three pieces, anU; P ur hole, about three-fourths of an I A more elaborate application of ex-
ask any person in the company to choose incl ) i size, containing a bunchof human plosives to the purposes of suicide and
which hat he would like the three pieces hal, lone tW in a piece of paper. The murder combined was recorded the same
'of bread to be under, and when he has hal -vas near the centre of the block, and year. At Dunedin, Noew Zealand, a
- made lis choice of one of the hats, put fast cncd with a pine plug. It was ap. clerk named Ste'phenson, who had been
Le it on your head, and ask him if ho does I lpa'y 1ut in when tlle tree wallsquite c.'parated from his wife for some thie on
not think they are under it. small, ts the troo had grown over the account of drunkenness, met her in the
-pliug to the thickness of about four street, and exploded adynamitecartridge
IvYPEI(tiMilI;NT IN :lCl.:(HICII e inches, with the grain perfectly smoothly; close to ler head, his own head being
Take a plce of comlnon brown paper, ancl straight, placed at the saino moment very near to
hold it before the lire until quite dry I \ ilntural curiosity wias shown in a i ers. Both were almost completely
Sand liot, theii draw it briskly under the thlli .ir merchant's works o. This was i blown off.
arm several tiles, so as to rub it on hoth the nes1 t nnd sk-leton ofa I, rd i:mbiedilied In the year 1884 three suicides of t(ls
sides at once Iy the cont. The pnpi i n ia )(ice of libech. Ti'lc tillmbr v(iei med sort were recorded. One was committed
will be found so ipowerfully electritled quit., sound all round thu! cavity, andI in June, at Munich, by a soldier of the
that if placed against a wailscoted or theri was no sign of uliy aperture int it; -lIavarian ieold Artillery, who had mis-
papered wall of it room, it yvill reinaili but the tinmier heig sawn ul the nlt conducted hn111self unl wished to avoid
there somo o minutes witlirut falling. with ith bird sitting on it was found. piilihinieiclt. Io1 load ed a cannon with
Fire, placu theiili npon cVlch other, on and the bird rc-cinliltd a t;tinolse. p laccig l self in front of it, flied it,
table or boak, and rubstrongly the upper Prolably at the loppiii of a branch a Anothur case occurred in tlie Bois de
7 paper with India rubber,wlcen thle Iapers cavity was forced, and the outside sub-' Bo
will be found so strongly electrical as to seqiiontly grown over; but how the bild blew himself to pieces by exploding an
be separated only by force. If torn wtas inclosed seems dilicullt to imaninc. iron box capable of containing about tenc
nsiunder in the dark, they will give out In the centrloof a log of IIonduras ia- pounds of gunpowder, But the most
the electric Apark. h logainy the saw revealed a large ple'c oli remarkable cnso occurred on the West
ScU.IOUs IOT''IU..s i honeycomb. The finder says the wax Coast of Africa. The King of Falaha
/ Procure a bsion of milk warni wat.r, witlh tle cells was hard, anl resembled being attacked by a Mohammedan force,
th ro a it balsr ofad f in colii the nppoaranco of a mununy. I and finding realstence impossible, he as.
orowitot tllf sao en lecns1 T nfmi The r plains of t ho hces were incrusted sembled hii fumily and prinl pal ofmcors,
Ihor about I ne size of it n i ; ie In the wax. Another log of niahogany, and after addressing them and intimating
Ithey w bi to o, nd rl i ein u cut in veneeres by a icablnet.' : is determination never to accept Mo.
rotiary and irogrcssive motion, which Will "I
contici fol icoici ,ibe tii (i mike, w ten his attention was attracted | hammlednuism, and inviting those who
ior bcing highly curalcb: iti%, i l by thle nwppearance of ia rcnarkatble annd did not agree with him to go away, he
irn, if Igncted, -ile fCo:ti. o striking prollie of her lMaesty in 11i( applied a ntatch to a large quantity of
.. wood. Th, likcnss was so true that al unpowder collected for theipurpos, and
water, producing cn singitir clle-t. who tsw i.t kuow\.eled 0 e vt-. :::: tW te pValace and, a 1 who were Vi l)
RI NIti StSPE'NDEDit Yiv \ Il NT TIiEAD. blaiice. pieces.-..-t. JanwS's Ogoette.
S Put a teaspoonful ofslut In a wineglass- So often have toads been tlouod iu -----' -::---:-
Sful of water; stir it up) id pl)ce itci in closed in silidt bodies that it is not sur i Al Alpine Lakelet.
some course sewing cotton, say No. 16: uprising to read in a Scotch paper that o- In a little basin of the Allps, 7,700 feet
in about an hour take the thread out and servant, while breaking a large piceo o I above sea-levcl, and five miles front the
dry it. Tio a ploce of this prepared cot- coal for the fire, was startled to find ir end of tlhe great Aletsch glacier, is the
ton to a snall 'rin, holclit up nids cti le. tl centre of the block, a full-grown, unique little lake known as the Marjalen
. to the thread. When it has burnt out, t""d, which appeared to be in oxcellen Se ,, This Is fed by mountain strcanm-
the ring will not tall, but remain sus- h, Icalth and spirits. A less common cs lt, its waters being held back by the
pendcd. I cc\ery was made in Birkenhead. A gen ice of the great glacier itself. An Eng-
TO sBTAD AN' Klt rlt' iT(u. klonianhere was presented with a cow' lish geologist mentions having soon It
The uncermonious minnner ia whhch a rd to be perf ct it n 183 as a body of wtr00 rds
the great navigator performed the feat ory r opct.'Afteo r the tongue ar wide uand three times as long, with a
of makinff nn Staid unrlfht, l r .. .. d............b........... ." aipumceopts of ni ty-seven ,cot.
of making nn eg t stio upright, h y imboled ie it about thrpiece ortrsanofar maximum depth of d oty-sevon feet.
breaking onoe nd, is famtliliar to all who inch in width aound a cutrter of an Inch But(ie tIt day it had vanished. The
have read the anecdote of L'Cohalnbus and in tlidck"net na ,nberts cr ic drie*tm had yielded s ufficlenty to allow
the Egg." Evidently at that time it was in tikness.-Chmb ts Jo' th p n.t-u water to escape beneath the
S considered impossible to stand an egg on n g ad plun Int the v'all y
Itspuint. Suc lhIsnotathecas, howevr. A Wcs d fow, devastating the fields, and consider.
I kinnt. Suggh s lonotthe s the best), A Washington correspondent writes t ably raising the level of the Rhone.
Sand wellshaking it, so tat the yolk may e? k as follows These dlsohargoi take place at irregular
be broken and id witthe e There s a tract of land lying south of intervals, though reputed to occur every
be broken and mby any oned with the white it anm and Colorado, and between the seven years. The latest outbreak was In
can be balance brany oa eth d Astead olc o sas u
late orany smooth and even. A piece is has been known for many year ie proposed to lessen future damages by
best adaptedfor thisexperimentanLand It has this name because providing an rtficial outlet to reduce
dbbest adapted for thIs wxhrimeta y esors In surveys, by exclusions 1% WIuj k's capacity ones-half.
TIIK noUnLED coiy. acts of Congress, fixing boundolries and I -- "-:
Half fill a glass with water and put general neglect and inadvertence it lies I o ec ca mtultrelyca red.
a dime or quarter into it; cover the glass outside of any organized State or Torr tha tthavealotlve remedy theov
with a plate, upon which placo onehand, tory of the United States. It is really a amddisease, By its timely use thousands o
while you hold the glass with the other; "No IMan' Land," for no courts have shal0ad to send twnot t:e on mremedr
turn the glass upside down, so tluht none Jurisdiction within its bounds; no laws B Ba to any of ror. readers who hse oon.
of the water may escape; place It upon a extend over or apply to it; its lands can. ZS ad .w en.dtrul tnhev i ,press
rI table, and you will see the coin at the not be owned, because Congress has not oT. ALOoUM.'C.. 181P arl t. N. Y.
bottom larger than it is in reality, and authorized their sale. "'No Man's Landi We are al liabe to err and evy one is who
another will appear, f the naturalsizx, is simply a sjbt on theo mta ontan s not reatee the tuil value of ylor Hoe-
a little above it. A tolerably large spot, for it contains ure f. Ctawb.Pamphlet tree at all
8,887,860 acres, being 107 miles long by r-at.way, .w Yok.
|RTIEt IOIt/FeTdD GtLAt OF oAnEICh-
rTHiE INVRTRD CLAS8 OF WATh. 8144 wide. It is fertile, well water d na lacss mOed, ree Val at l Drugs G re.
This little experiment affords at the has valuab'o deposits of coal, a fine cli p I '._ ,,
sme time amusement and instruction. mate. and, beingg almost all good land, a .B.. J i
Wipo a wine glass perfectly dry, then government report says that it has theK I UIII
pour water into it until it is full; Indeed, raw imterial for 23,000 farms of 1O0 actre Arettheparts uscal attsoked by rheurulmisml and
if care be taken to have the glass quite each. th Joita at the rkas, ankles, hlps aand wrists are
A bright, it mny lo filled above the brim. It was foryears a huge cattle run. It c -"amsoetime alfeo(ed. The uause o rheumrtism
Now take a card, carefully place it upon at preentfarme, is cl t d cirula the blood, was at
op of ih water, rind press it on the rim who lave sent one of their number, tl1r: thc dkom icu.ood's sarduprlllo purines r a ea.
of the glass. If this b cleverly done, 0. G Chbnse,lehoro to ask Congress intheii liho.the blOh Id hu- proven awoaderfol renedy
there will be no air bubble between the namnc: to give them a Territorial govern. i r?'r"it ver much wth rheumatism 1n
card and the water: and if the glass beo month with the laws and protection oft m .yhipank"les.and waist t, 1 hrd
more than full, this can bo with cor- the flag which they are so totally and uda. I rslaovr b i io d re f :(Ls ..
tainty accomplished. Now ddxtcrously singilirly without. They have agreed v r w.asreeCmtPed. t, .try o Bao apa rui..
turn he glass upsidcdown,keeplngtlhefln- to call their Territory Cimarron, from its I sladle reeosmmaenc da BarpwMelanl- F.
geron the card the while. This beingdone. principal river, and if Congress is as kind WDi B'momint li.
the finger can be removed from the card, to them as their good condo uct desvaes Hood's 8arSaparilla
and yet the water rill not run out, nor tile Dcesent winter will see established iioldbyasdcn-t.. ici t for. PrepMedonly
T1 fIrollir oI tc fwivtnty mluilleRtoe rvrr full to re
cr lntv h lllhllt or ,rxmifuthtnllfU tho palln, thr nlfhll
ill vnall, ]hrlrhlmlln 111 Crlppll, N rvOill Neural
vh' cr icroplrtlccp with (llc t i tcce lilciv cicffor llmlwcy'c
Rte aly lIcllef will afforId Niclsot 4io. U, lntciinyl
rellvuoe llcd Sc II e llrlro n
Rheli smtillet, Ne'i raulat,
t'otthis, tl Ou .
Cold/ I the IHead, Nore flt'oat,
Asth lea, irolle titla ,
Heslooinha IgaflatuoSci tlao. ,
DIIFIICULT RnI 1ATHING,
Hadwvarcl' nRea1d Relief I a Cttn re
for ert,eu Pualos, pralsise, srlltit..
Paino I thle Bnek, ithut or LiH b .
It was the First aind is tthe OatL
IATN IIEMEr DY
'That Intacnlly topm the IIcncct erxcrllc'tlnu npcI, aul-
oInve nflmlnlltlions, and curcpc Ooneestlion, whether
ofthe Iiangs, Stolinchll, loweli or other glahlda or
INTEHNAiL, it hali to ta ica toal)OHlfnl In hidr i
luinlller oif wnler will I a fecw Irillcit, cie CClinim.
lpasnL lour Itlonuacll, t ll. NuP, VolclnctI nc t
nurn, Necrvontclee, lei.pli.iic Bcok eio' *I
blarrhas, so11o, ilatutneny ccil i cntern patms.
MALARIA IN ITS VARIOUS FORMS CURED
IThIrn I not a remedial aTeent Inle world that
w lcura F Tever ulid Ague i ll oth r i o
It. R. i. not only curel the patient seized with IM-
laria, iut Itf People exposed to the Malarial polton
will every bornln take J0 o r 30 ciropi of elcdy
Kelleln water, an eat, say a cracker, before goona
out, they will proept rttA lk .
'rlc centr per btAle. old by drclgglit&.
The Great Liver and Stomah Remedy
4or the ecdr of all dlborden of the StomehLlaee,
lowel5,UKidn*yt, Bltalder, Norvott Diseleu Foemale
0n1tomniton af thb owoi rloM Mid at! qqr~oR-
menitsar (ltwtrn lvixor, Pur>lTjtetsol, son.
ltail no e1o01 7, auaet37 U or awllteio drasn
PERFECT DIGESTION 'ZL. o0',uwlay*
Pills. By so doing
Dyspecpin. Foul Stomach. 3ll1lonlunes will beavoided.
ind the food that t eaten colltributoe Its nourlihlni
prnpcrtlcs for the support o the natural waste of
dr Oihccrve the following symptoms re lltlngfrom
dlMisctoc iheDigesteiveoorianam Conotlpation, lIward
PI ei. iFullI.Cs of lice Ulooi d Inti le tIla, Aoit ltyo0
tho Snlllluc l l. ic llea, lenrtiucrn, Di iSUct of Food,
FIII llesp or W\oeiht it the Stomach, Boir Erlrltatilo.,
Binkling or letteringg ofthe Heart, Ohokiln or Sutfra
entilng Inelatlons when n a lylnt ostutre, tlimnnemot
Vision, Doti or Webs befou tle Bigiht. I'ever and Dull
rain In tliep lnd. l)Dfclnc y of Pir.i)lrlatlon, Yellow.
lnes ofthc. HkLn and Byeo.l'ain In the SIde,Chost,Llmb$
ians luclen FL~uIhels of I nt. illrnc In tlie i'loes
A few tloe of II A IfIVWA 1,1 cl .. will r'o
tlir i ,tcl of C ili i alovc caOled ci ci)riorlr.
Pricel) conltsor ior old by a ll drincltts.
WfiWnnMd al other stimp to DII._.A IVIVAY.
Our inoo t of Advice.
1.i 4L It Orll( ETR I AIWA Y. WA c.
F DR, KILMER'S
cA O it UlPB LIEcSISe, Ot1WII o 1P,
ar u ymptomns na Conditions thls
Ioadl pot sloe wt i Uollevo alnd Cure.
IU VII have nvaous or sick hednalih, stom-
II Ug eticii, backtiaoe, splicanlii, bloating,
internal heat or soulding urino,
f VnYo havo chronic wreaknesas, boartn down
II I or perversions incident to lifo-hangeo,
if You ha'outerino catarrh, lppreseed or
II I1panful rlods, or
I a snl uIIa suspicious growths, dis posed to
II U humor or canor, or hemorrhage,
It Duilld pt quickly a run-down cousttuf*t
It BUIUd ton au brings rf resting sleep.
ItWill dll those dull ti red look and feol-
II la I ing a(d bring bnck yotlhful bloom
sid tauuty-rostores the nervous system.
nith or Oleo t. to ,our weak and dellatp, da ahS-
ilmlSUlllQ er>, Noti *tlgeoflmpuro HloH4caa
ewlpe lU hrling and purifying nMueies.
II value god health, and hoe or long
YU IU life, use Feomale medy."
o BSymptom Eontlnoed witht erJfleati tof, eNur
I i "uSuld to Health," fre. Alo advice frw.
Dr. KUilmer 3o. Binghamton, N.Y. Druggists 1I
OES DIR smEar TO wIE POT.
Youth, OuDit, Vl r, A goor d at 80 yeas e
at agoodat7 astdo. A s
of golngbook begin the of WuUa'Raktira
Rzmum Rejuvenates slgcn vital tor.es,
osties the blood to conies through the ,eins
as inyouth. For weak men,delicts women.
Cures Dysipui. Brain or Nervous Wekrne,
Mhausted Vitlltyc lestorWs Vigor. 1.00 .
Drug. or s. E. WaWLy Jersey lty, N.J.
Bu1.ohouQ Palbs. o, eni
We aI l an.o yinglfKinOy lad *|.
F ! ,\
s"e c""' eret of our I stievew :UC mm i'-ridegr
ty relad. Fair .Dealings."
We act up to our motto and make it our ahin to give everybody a fair and
square deal every time.
Give n a cnll. and examine oar new and careful selected stock wiuoh
is now reody for inspootion.
We have something to suit everybody and everything we sell is guarnnted
to be of the bighost quality and our prices cannot be discounted anywhere.
We have 200 chamber sets in took ranging in prices from 4,50 to $18.00.
and 100 woven wire mnuttressoi at prices never before beard of.
We are the orifiunaCash and Installment dealers and will be glad to see
Siltonton St. Opposite Residence Gf Dr. Baron.
PHLIP B. MARTIN,
Ladies Trimmings Furnishing Goods,
Also ia fill lini of'
3Preslx Ea;Pt3M11 COTl-ooeries.
Including CANDIES of all kinds, Currants, Citron, Dates, &c. &c.
CANNED) ( OODS in abundanno, and MILK a specialty. Pick-
les, Saices,o Tin Ware, Crockery, in fact everything required for
house keepllg. Prices as low as the lowest.
o-' Qnitll ll Iixd rUiteite No isiroblto, lowv Gootis.
fare Cpolite Clerks and will sell at the lowest
J. V,. SAWYER,
HATS, CAPS, SHOES, TRUNKS, VALISES,
reTwovlxry,. Tna.cder'weaer ian.d.
Gents' Furnishing Goods.
BUY YOUR GOODS
.&T T V.I V
OEWNTRAL CLOTHING STORL'A
ST.EPHEN MO J IJLLIP,
CoXr. to]lrsox 3Ba.w.coze,
Now compllto with a full line of FINIE CLO.'rT 11M htlni9,
1] ATS, CAPS. GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS, &e.
At prices that will commni:'l inspection.
GEOR GE S. WrAIATE,
The Wido-Awakeu Hrdworkling, nvor to be uni.'rsald
Is oarryinu (l)etrge(lsl.fl otk (IfMens, YouthsI and Bovys Clhlinug,
S' AT.T3, OAP4. UOUT mand 8BOES on thLe Islin-d.
Corner i iWall a Dlnd t.l Streoet. K.y WIVRiT Fla.
,O - 0BOOT AND Si0OE
J M PO R T U M.
PETRONIA STREET NEAR WHITIEEAI).
1 TAV1NG b~ailt a Inl~e store adjbiiningi my reHidence, and filled
.lt it to repluijoln witI the niost exensive o took of
BootsA; & Shoes,F1FancY(y (oodi, IIHat & (haps,,
Clothing', Rubber Goo(ds, Soutliwesters, &c &c.
At prices that wilL suit nill. Iteineonbor the place
t 11 JOHN MC KILLIP.
3BOOS, TREE CENTS EACH!
Tweuts Years Age,
SThe sunny ours of life's bright morn,
The aunny hearts,that were
Clouded, are iUke things forlorn,
Without a comfOrtuer
And eyes hat ffashed, and cheeks that
At accents spoken low,
Hold but for rtresuire memories crushed,
Of twenty eures ago.
Memories which like the withered flow.
Of garlands once so fair;
Tell but of those departed houI'
Dispersed by age and onare
Tell but of youth unprised and lost,
Of peerleos beauties glow,
Bedimmed by trials, and shortly crossed,
Bince twenty years ago.
SYet might I from from those distant
Recall the oheckored past,
Eshbrined within its usiles and tears,
Unclouded or o'ereast;
This bruastwwould heave rosponsite now
To happlitess oi woe,
That mantled o'er. thn careless brow,
Of twenty years ago.
Thus realized theilet It be,
Revoke the uuhollow,vad sell,
Bring back those Lhands uand hearts to
Those kindly words as well.
Return the eljorished friends of yore,
'Their destiny furogo.
And give, Oh, give, one moment more
Of twenty years ago,
'Twould make the pulses throb again,
The slugIrish blood would flow
With swifter current through the brain,
And fanoy brighter grow,
Until the vista-.nurored mind.
A retrospect would show.
Extensive as the day resigned,
Twenty long years ago.
Sweeter than e'en the charms of love,
Or bope's perennial dawn,
Or present ties, which sometimes prove
More dear than these now gone :
Would be that boon, could partial fate,
Potent, one gift bestow I
Thob.anished joys to reinstate
Of twenty years ago.
-EDWARD F. SAtRPBZ.
Adelaide Randallis coming.
Mr. E. 11. Howell still lirgers in
Trunkls I Trunks I Trunks I t I at
Why not trade at '"The Mas.
cotte ?" 0
The soh Mary Jane" has cleared
Shackleford's Is the Store to go to
for bargains. *
Fort Myers lots are going like hot
cukes, Molt says.
Alice Vane In the leading 'pirt at
The seli. Good Will" is expected
asoa from t eb Bahaimas.
Don't fail to i-t those baautifutl
Bed Loutnges at Harwell's. *
The U. S. Coast Survey Staur,
'Blthu' is in porttfor supplies.
Travel to und fromlt Cutl) cousider.-
bly tiurcaig. TiI)ti paalso,
Tie stianit'r *'Coi'a'iall Aili "t Mlo-
quito" are still down at Tortugais.
Take all the children to The Teui-
ijuloIn's aitinee to-ulorrow taflernoon.
By special reqilest. THi T''EiMPIr
TONs will re.appear in "The Maecotte"
The KtIiahts of titlor tintniilial
ticked elected oy 700 majority at AoI-
iiiston', Alt. Tuesday.
Lubinbr is becoming mnore iple'iti.
fill Ialid.iquitei a i iumnbou of new build.
itig' beiig eirect-d.
Nuo Shoddy gotdas palnc-d off upon
cusluloers by SBabni.kl-tord uverrvtliti
nice uald fresh, at wi-ll is cheali. *
Local hotel and bouirdiihg !,,'o:st,
ptoprietors leguiiiniit t) 1ittmit uitit t ,
a.s tradlo 'l thle ir inu eouliiuues to iH0k
Subscribers ill pluhase hitv have
the quarter ready to handl the err'irr
(or our oulleotor) for their week's
UYr the uctlebrateoc' shoeo ttudu Iby
MoNROE, Baos. & (o,. PhilaJCellhia, fto,
Gints, Latlius ud cbildltern. All bratid
cdi wtirreitted. Alltt 12 87 lyr.
Sweeney has badl work cotiiimleunce.dl,
refittling lt e lute Rliynold's faclorv
liidiii'g, fee' th, fis'tl cIHe rit'1?iin',i
wlhclh It prupores to opeu shortly
I lI l',i i.
One of our most popular leical Fed.
'rI eriff eials, ,utand hlii tdsoiti young
bit batchelur, is sAil 10 Iie '* mlullHd" on
one of tijrnemiplt ol'sI Truiipe's dark
: Te Light house Supply Sieamner
''Lter" i belie u iol lier iegiclatr ntiti.
natlinui l l vst ato Ilthe oFlrldt coast
lights. The Ctaptain u p. c t l pro-
:u.'ed to luourrow,
A lai'ze lot o' furniture and flxtinres
ni-lvcd Ily tit' last New York staithler
ftor Mall ii's New York Bar nil Va.
riely Hiall, nt ite carter ol' D ;ural
utnid I)i iison streets.
VITTNXBUY t7RGloN-Pnt'rtl'f de.
iiriilg.bhe sierviveut.r f ullt skilhld aild
well reutnuiitleil, shou!,l 1ii 1 l iup i
I,. :VWATltBllO, itl ite Blisiksmlith
t'lh"p, 'dIpIosliu Joih Lbowe's Store.
KICy West Opera gioers reg'r ;i
ilt ice NI Mr. Jobht RIed's severe eildl,
,,.l liolle ,h mayiliy he soi fiur reco..l ii.
'-li'rei lthe irrlluP leitvell ius to r eIrlc
..lAme of his. favorite barltone melo.
r unrrulp~lmr-- ~nl ----- -- -- --------- -.--?'-- --I-
The mumio of the Templeton Troupe
to specially fine; Mr. Theo. Frlebus,
Jr., Musical Director, betig a the-
rough master of his' profession. It
is worth a dollar a.night, the music
Col, C D, Owens, Trffilo Mnnnger
of the Platnt System, and Oapt. T.VW.
Spioer, Bnperintendent of the Mallory
Steaniabip Line, are expected here to
formally receive possession of the
'rift Wharf property, recently leased.
Miss Russell, a charming young
14dv of New Providenre, who bus
been on an extended visit to her annt,
Mrs. Jobh Jay Philhrbii, here, left
today for bomu,'muoh to the regfit
of lher inatny adumirt'rs in this .city.
Her cousin, Mr. Herman Stlicker, ao.
companies her as escort.
A young, 'handsome, popular cloth-
lerl of this city, is rovelling in a state
etetacy, thte ,iew ve,'r h aw"leape4' ill
with a proposal of marriage from a
sweet young lady. The young man
was at first shocked, but is now itn.
ing self Qonfidtenue and hope t% be
able to reply in the affirmative very,
Notwitbstauding the unsettled ap-
lilaritiice oflhbe weather imI the afirr.
ioon interfri'rcd slightly with tbh
pinns of t few who would otherwise
have seuired tickets, and umny st8a'
actually sold were inot occupied, for
the same icuse ; ils favorite opera
waV, rOendelre lat vveiintg to quite a
rosploctable tnd highly upprciative
Miss Hermninie Palacio (Mrs. Johnt
Templeton), in the double charaotor
of thl twin steerss, is certainly to be
congratulated upon the snucessftul
nud tnsc1nitting manner in wbioh Iler
ie'ciliarly difficult parts were rietder.
"T'TME MASCOTTE,'' AGAIN.
This popular' play wmhlah the com.
Pliny rieliderCi to snilh ia largon iud w'
vicue nil Tuiesi.ay night, will be 'rprp.
duced this e'veliiing
As Miss Alice Vaintt, Key West's fit.
vorite, slplie-l18 t hreiu in tthe rtru of
"The Miscottc," it big house is of
D, 't fail to go. "
At tie urgent reqat'est (if quite i
thluniibe of iliai'te unable to atlentd
tlhu iight ptur',ruriiimft-i'., ht 'remiilt,.
ton OprLa C)oipa])nip i to l ti''Inlts.lut'
to pive a gi'aid ftmily uitlitnee to-
TItl u ill Ithe clildrit i to it I
Pay the Oarrier on Saturday.
Beginning with our fi'wt issue.
of the Noev Yea', we disi'ontinuid
ouri "(Jotiipliiinlnt:lty List" l and expect
all who receive atid ri'oa Tl DAILY
KIY--be tley friotid, foe, advertising
patron t' aothlIrwiCse-to. ilik,', lihnld the
hliy dlliveritny their piqpur 25 coiits
prolliptly Ove'y iatnurdily.
This is in insignifien t aoue, ioloiptir-
ed to thu ntilvllntliages iItli)'I ilili bltld the
Pur cljhass ire invite r to xamltfer tuhe
extraordinarily y inbcll lleun lls offltr. ,
edl lby in, in
WATCHES, JEWELRY, SBILVER.
WARE AND CLOCKS,
LEWIS A. GREAUX,
Watchmaker & Jeweler,
DIsVALSTU Ii, i, K WEST. FIa.
AI(EyV SvL, FLA
$3 pcrv' Dozen.
M ,,f, B l.l .(Ut,.ir>,)
Co'. W fITlunt A .\ CAIOL(TLIN PlSs.
WILLIAI A 'KULLIp,
Is 4ibfl'-tin li' ." isre 1t i t:1it of ile-
siirablh. it.i 'Ji:,riu'i ittlo urti.,l' I't't'
Spoc'ial'ratttlntion is dir' ct" lie, lit i hand.
s811t lin. nt F
SE W E L it Y.
TABLE SILV,. WATCHES.
rt-p An oli'tly <'all i rctniomienl aed to
SoC r l it hij Hit I 'ld 'it.
Dulal Strede, --- K rY It'Esr Fla,
3 7V. JiOIS9ON& b .
pliisur'o to Ibe found in the peror~I uo a I tiiundiu, itift.'r 'JaI'ntry. lyt. tu cin.
bright, inlotrcst.iiig I Ial daily. flue tlbueociles .xvI:ih:vely to
"*I it a reanity P"
.If so, it is unn .tiu'ril."
"Miay it iiot bo only a shrewd avvur-
tiling dodgu ?"
Q!i''ue, anyway., isu't it ''
Jeipmus 1t. Sluktkkh-f.ird's pi'nluliir
tlitfli, kI nlOwi s lIaove, corner 'of Din.
Val itill Prel'etoiio iis I ; be alitei to li) I'
ebilsi, your faiiiily groceurivs.
hBl S.tat. argalis.
200 lots in (rove Cjty, dirt (halp.
t In Oceutir. Iligthla,1 on tdfho lime of
'Ile JacksaoIville and St. Augustine
igL" Foi' li'ides ani terms, Aftply to
KlY WUHT NI. E. & Col. Al
196-tf] J.L. M t, Jt Minnigor.
-.-----=-4- 1. f- .
'Wittlin I f-w minti-t's walk tof lihe
PPot Ol-ce i t lit ci'y tof Jiikelotivilla,
in the beatitif'll villa of.Niorthi Jack.
siovill t, all el' vatioino seventlv two
feet tlihove t lie Metro.po is anid uitjoin.
vifg the Oelelritild Moi tr'ef Purk,
Loas will hi, stoldC tor ttiltextit llineriv
dayyil at $25,00 clchl. No ocllh ofaer
ever before mnltle lto the Ullizeits of
If~y Wifu, UIal l at .4y ffife. ,)ld
Cinstlon H i-s -iiBiliihig, Diuvni| St.
antd examintip inip ilid pli'iti'ulalr dis.
nription of this dt liraible villia .iroi)li-
.Jiiny, -1 wk.]
Mnj)iainy 1 n'ty. I
PJ~%~~HI Ys & S'l
AX1)0. N ISW1,
Oi'd Orders reuel
aHUd halveatotn pptli
umgasine. &o. '
. F.N WIoX R,
PA 1IS. OIL. SASH,'BLINDS.,
Kre closing out 1b,6` 0 tire linth-of
S3UIstsB, B-ukstz ,etai. ths, O1auswaa,
A t clunllettd tj p,'iucs
01,N' AIINT lA YOU
Steuinilsg. Stol oits.A Sals, ( Cheek Prq-
~a~V OfllIo-Wul.h R. J, Dilly. Front
St. Key W it F4.
The Iraaaii of'i Ur t VesI.
Oapital 0$ !0.ooo,
OEO. LBE i1, Pl-1,slatup..
E. 11. (OATO. V Yle ia nt
G. W. A tLLN, CI 8l elf.
ft-r Draf~a on all iUnt BIought
an. Sold epoudto rloolttled and ntor
SOFoFICEmt,1 4i9~_M. to 3 Pi. '
yJAI. t. SHACKLEFORD,
D I R Y (-)O`, DS,
GROVOUIMS & NITOTIONS..
r CCljisp sales dayv every uondIay1
Don't ;ior.gqto Pilalec,
1,1DI ) Vair.lDor i ta~i lital retldig 818,
s~~p~onk ou roof of tlwo;4
1103stnhme i n4 iinls ~by Poll-Chui
UfntieOrder at Dr att, ie vqtdI~a Siasof 1omq.
I'ew.., sli'rmive wsist e p 'to n IIs ris1vrao.
I &t wlt I M 5 rI12 oiler at a I
ronlims i AnPEr* a o" 1
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' frl for I l.aing Mints, Oils.V, ha
ait :New York (
whichtraed rel'at'. ols, *iols. rt ll it
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. ,- fflutres,
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A VALUA'iU 1l M RA.0K CTIMAP, iN
THR B3EAUTIFIUh 1%1011
160 aorem, being tho SL I of See. 34,
Tp, 5 4. So. of Ranne 41 Etst.
gP For partioliiri u pply to
HIONRY 4 ILLIA0 Jr.
NJ otloo.-OosIZ Slight.
-he tiax o r lots ul Outan lHigbts
is theotyfl fies cento ,acm, mid way bte
NI10id I's tae It my ofthift, lnving be#4i1
lilly nwitborizorl te- to ruvove awl ) 0) p!Oif
for the's nie in 01H 0mm (of A. 0.
'rightllwho 1 fiS piaid all taXils duo
on 8aid propllry.
F. N. Wxcncarrn,
im X Guiltyt u
and J ado 'te oi0kini of
FITZPATrICK, hbt. l1Rao .T & ( u11 N14 SSts
KEY R VfR 4P, FLA.
SPECIAL BARf GAINS
Thua powder h~r varieswi. A mvr'ms
ofi purity, striehtbn alnd whololsomo~en~, ss
Mdro ee-lliimieal tblm theu or~ninairy
kinds, tand eaftuot be aolf in colliipttition
with the nanltitude t of low timt, f4u,)l6
%d tshts alui ol r phoRPhitr ;powulvis.
Fekd (' 14y caIsA, IROYAL 1AILIMG
Poring tCo., 103W Wall.ut. N. Y.
Odt. 1 785'
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xur wuwrIEY, nt.I
Having jaist ic-veirsd it fiist cass-lnoi
otpiewi utirialp, i now propaar 01 to do
all kindt o ofork % l it jildt1 H t atibot no.
tiov, auid gncuzsntoes to givo wiitinfiction.
Freso3 and sign Painter,
AT.Muis WATIJON's RE'I'AURANT,
Opposite the 111)lu Offle,
KEY WEST, Fi.A.
B Refrg's to 1). T. Swt-miiy.
Mrs. Katie A. Danils,
F4 ONT STUIOT.T, im',C Guige i(ti's AuOCo101,
KEY WEST, ]"LA.
A All kinds Jf friwiiig ccil' 'l
dimpi It (A it I d St( k itftin~ut ,,ptl $r I fi'tt, ? t~td. '
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Key, West Fla.. Atitl 14e.
Harper's *Young, Peop~a.
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smelter Wt~~LJ1ii, tcairnl thu I hoinn,
yolmms w~r-~--tllui -- i*auiu4i b1igwl
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fnmutl~on iiltu~ ea itit. f ple unres, rtr li.
oa'rrvros s routn~repa'd, $ ?eriil~a t.*py
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