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Title: Kerr City advertiser
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: H.M. Pratt
Place of Publication: Kerr City Fla
Creation Date: December 24, 1884
Publication Date: 1884-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Dec. 24, 1884)-
General Note: "Devoted to the interest of Southern immigration."
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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VOL. 1. KERR CITY, FLA., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 24, 4884. NO .


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Region to Northern 'Settlers.
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S'fBirds of a feather flock together.'
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In the imnmensuie immigration from for-
eign countries to Our shores, we notice
the tendency for people of each nation"
ality to settle whete there is some of his
own countrymen. I A northern man has
ideas and custom-whichl he is ,loth to
give up, and which, in many respects,
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are fardi ferent tltan those if his south"
ern brother. Be it, understood, I am not
writing anything io prejudice any onie
against the native people hliere. In my
dea!ings,,with them' I havs found them
vcourtious, accomnodating, and strictly
honest. A person may .t. e the hlhest
r,:1gar. for anoth. aniIat the same
nime h\ve many i,'faiq and customs who:l-
lyditerent. It I rs it natNral when a
northern man reos,it is delsirable to Fet-
tie in the sunny (-ourh 1ee i.se of ill
health or other re- on,s th-t he1 should
prefer to settle w.er(re northliern people
with nortl,,in i,.e' limive ,ne a head otf
him, especi-ily ifl has a f;ni ily to care
f;r lnd ed-lue.te. I this res; r.t a north-
ern main will find tie Lake Kerr re.-ion
e.pectlly fav:)red.. The greaf majority
of the people now :- ttled in it, are re
cento yfi-m te e orth. The states of
Ma.'ine, Mass., NewI York, Ohio, Mich.,
Indliana. Illinois, id Kansas are repre-
sented ,ere. This focality is a new one,
b tut rapidlyV dexv,-l')ing. Two, ears a zo
4., .7 a a
some resplfcts rthiO,'a.advantanige. LAtnd(
f-iln be had cheaper'than in Oit:'er locali-
tie, nnd a st art- nore t rell:hode.
Schools and churches are niot.eiStabiished
.s yet, bt thrse are que{stion--of_ but a
short time. '\Ieeings ar-e hell from
'in.e to t'itm in va-rioiis places. It state
rf .nature ti'- ,-,:lity i.'a favored' one.
I have *'en quite a~number ,f localities
ii i-iik state, but ndne that I lik-e as well
,, t tlia. The land f mosatl'P, g,.od qual
ity <4 hivih pine. ome rich hammock
(lk-- 1)ib rler on tfie lake. The semni-
tropical: fruits which have male Florida
6fmous, o re raised here in abundance and(
With prI, fit. La ,ke 'err is a beautiful
sheet of Vater and -il always be:s an at
traction and blessing to this -egioi. Ito
is not a, mere pond or puddle, s are
minany of the Florida*I likes., ht is large
enough to show white caps when the
wind runs high. -The fish in this lake
T, are numerous and of good size nInd qual-
ity.- The fish in the lake and the derr
in the woods .-ive thi, sportsman ample
opportunity for p'eastre. At Kerr City
are saw and plaining mills, hotel, store,
Post Office, etc., suffieent for the present
n needs ofthe people, A cordial invita
e tion is extended to all contemplating
a home in Florida, tod.look at'this local
ty and ie if it is nti,^h'ere represented
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Oranges aire moving north, -lookling f- .,.r
cooler weather.
Goods comingoil, fruits and vegetables
going out, keeps tie wharl agent on the
alert.
Chalns. Smith and family are expected
in a lew dy. ..Their -friends will find
thbem cuifortably located at. Mrs. Gove's
boarding hou-e. Become, Chas.
Mr. and iMrs. Clapp have some friends
from New En Kglid visiting them. As
diey'arried :ibout the same time that
our f friend Jack Frost gave us a caR,
the chiauge of climate wat not quite .se.
sudden. \Ve are confident, ere inist how-
ever, that they do not consider "Jack"
a regular caller and are prepared to en-
joy our sunny clime.
'We are glad to seeourpioneer friend
E..La.Vau%'uk and wife, once more, on
uurrnvHill. No place like Norwalk.

H Mr. '. t' Thomas tells us that he is
about th'ioULgh shiplpng his orane e.s-
His crop wasi about, tour times larger
this year than lahi.t lie intLends fertil-
izing more fur fruit than wood this
season,
The Xmas tree at th e M. E. church
for the ujunday School chil'Jreu, h-as
every prospect, under the supervision
'of the ladi.-. in charge of being a grand
success. Santa CiIInz will no;d.doa,,.#.e'


The place now bearing this name, was
first settled during the winter of 1875
and '76, by a few families, mostly from
the northern states. In those days the
new-comner to this "land of fruits and
flowers," was compelled to have an
abundant supply of nerve and courage.,.
Nothing but the unbroken forest wahs to
be seen fr,,m the St. John's t4 Lakes
DeLancey and Kerr on the east and
wvest; aud from the Ocklawaha to the big
scrub on the north a-nd south. It was,
well called "Pine Island" by the hunt-
ers who frequented it in search of gamnie.
At Lake Kerr, about five miles from
Norwalk, was a large plantation owned
and occup ed byVr.. Williamson; wbhichb.
inth the adjoining country, is now the
site of Kerr City. .,,. .
A Abut two.in miles from Little Lake
George is tlhebuiiness center of the set-
tlement, of' Norwalk, surrounded bV
beautiful pine lands, which cannot be
excelled for'healthfulness. ,
The Kerr City itaepasses te entire
length of this i-litnd; and the Palatka &
Ochlawalat River railway will pass
through the most desirable portion of
this settlement. This ruad will be built
in the n-ar future, lprhably within one
year, and it is to be a "Standartd gauge
and a first class road in every respect,
and will open up the grandest Tourist
Route in the south-conuecItiing the -1am-,

-with another of the werld's wonders.- ,
the Sag.. Springs: which from a1 riv,,er
emptying into Lake George f.d' also
connecting Lake Kerr and .Lh ._ e De-
Lancey with the most interesting river
in the world-the Ochilawahbi,,r crook-
ed river :; -: ,. ..
On the b.rder ot h;is railroad. within
three miles of the lie between Rliver-
side arid Salt Spring s, w1ill be tfo tnd the.'
.be,- t orahige oands in the state, to thle'ex-.
tent of twventy-ive thousand sicres., inot
including a large body of first c'lais lan'd
on the .south side of Lake Kerr. -
A carefully prepared prospectus shows
Sausiliess of_$2,5JO a mile per annum
from the, start, which we caen reason-
ably expect to be doubled the second
-year. -
The fifty thousand orange trees now in
grove iu Norwaik alone, is .utlicent ,evi-
dence that somebody lives here, and the
fact that no doe, or can earn his hom-
ing l)Tofes.-.i,,n lly in this community,
should be enough to satisfy the most
sceptical of the healthfulness of the
iocliiy.
.Nearly evrytrdy trae is represented here
,besides four well stocked general vari
ety stores, two churches-the Southern
. Mtlthodist, who occupy a neat little
church completed th,. ,pasttgmp riy;and


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e ectful l your atttin. to the fact that have the largest
andbest'assorted stock f General llndi e er
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0iW:,,.V. G( I ,G s -e, Boots i oes Feed, gader,

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TWood a11(d Wil10novM;a, "Eii ^ri


etc., elc, etc.


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tha boys nd-gijis, so be onAiand whent
your name is called. .
Out ofthiee railroad surveys. through
%Norwalk,-.we certainlyy expect, one uf
,,eCU to be built.
rTbe merlchairftsofNorwalk all seem to
be buisy. One mould naturally ask,
when h-1 1ees m.j ina goods coming
".verthe)Norwalk duek,: where the de-
Imaid was, but thi.Mx qu tion is easily an-
sweredw .Lyo:ce tie.. e .-..,-paes coming ;L
io trade who ive ivm 2J0 to 39 mites
away. i : ,^ -.,. .

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Upon our advent to the enterprising
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Village of Kerr (City, the exc.i ting tale :
of Douglas' eneobunter with the contrary
waves t tLake Kerr during a gale was
glibly narrated to us by numerous spec-
tators, who really enjoyed thle dislo.ihi--
orture, and failure of said Douglas to
reach a port of safety. Although cast
about at the mercy of the relentless
deep, yet thie bull-dog pluck of the man
from Michiganu-, caused him to faithfutily
stay by the ship from 9 o'clock in the
morning utnil5 o'clock at night, with
untiring and undaunted v4or,. Aj"
thqag.h.the I.:'tap,Q,94p #


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Until further notice I shall -ell aIIy entire stolk 'consisting of


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Xa~Eoes,


At prices that will convince the most sceptieal that it will pay then
to o-ive me a"call. I MEAN BUS:INESS an.d shall be found at th
:- l-tand, COME EARLY and AVOID THE CROWD. .

:"111111 Nor walk, Fla
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The ssubscription 1r. er-.
tiser'thas been placei'4U! "reach o6.
everybody and evebf1)y ashould- add
thgir nite for the befitol.ptublic good.
,Those whose homeiljavve been in the
i orthI and personal ];enlizing t.1e bene-
fit of southern clim I4--should at least
take froin two to h-e. cop es for the
benefitof those that nr still encompass.
ed .by wintery ,,d and chilling
.frosfc. *, *
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,A syndicate of ca!l.lrff -
M.R. Beatn of Nor., n., have piur,
cla-' the'ApnVil^ y^^ o,,.
-"I. 'A t v X',, 1) n
t.isia I.-taind of !t fgust~he. ;aria are
now having a city ;- called .Anasta
sia ad dff 'there. '' rail ay :is to be
bulit, from a point oposite the St. Au-
gus line plazn to the lighthouse.,


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enifc in t town, hall.'; Aboarding leoe
1 1,-2 miles from the river is under the
efficient management, of Mr. and. Mrs.
Gbve--pioneers of Norwalk, who came
from New England in the summer of
1877; and who bear the well earned rep-
utation of keetpintg otne the .best, mo1-t
home-like houses to be found in Florida,
'lie entrance toNorwalk as one leaves
the steamer at either dock, is not re-


t"o
might bring l4ir face. to "ith'. .
monster o, the. black .angry dee] --th6
alligator; yet the ever calm aud self-'.
posses-ed namesake of the porisjcal e" '
of '60, was as cool and collected&' a -:a"
Presbyteriau preacher and as active and .
supple as a boy of 14. But this her' o-.f'
modern tim-ts wa. rescued glorying
in th example .Lawreaoe".N ver give


Adeemanc d


I am -1prepn,-cd to do any kind ct work inth above line -on;
TIh),ose contemplating, lbuildin,. cll on me before


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markably prepossessing, but after leav- up the ship '. ", .i
ing the flat wools .lWich run back aboat-. '' "
ijle, the, hih pine landsc come into' It is.e.uirat. ;qo iAn3&;0
v.ew, and, one. feels' amply repaid isr the A6 dver t o'.,e
viSciag tfi part.af tthe wntry; and-. t.A ,,


-visit te the. lovely pieiic grounds o en. sq,,vq W edfte
the island in the lake, is a treat, to be name. It will a .(Bo .spot. '',
enjoyed by any one who can spare the many others in and- Ot'. of .I
time to come here. | Extra copies can be had at thi ofl. .[..".


ppl.l] is Gelsew e T'e. Te,'r .-: n.oia7,e. .


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*'*" H M.. PRA.TT
:EDITOR AND PUBLISiER..
TER2MSs
Single Copy, one year, $1.00
Single Copy six months, 60.
SBiugle Copy, three months, .35
ALWAYS IN ADVANCE.
Advertising rates made known on ap-
plication.


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OPEN THE Vfi{OLE YEA!?


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,; FINE FSHINGK HUNTING .AND. ,BOATING.
NLTING'AN .


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N o '. ou ;. to ; ..... G o d .' G ive us"a"" rial" an' ** f' ",',

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7, No trouble tO show Goods. Give us a trial and8be convinced.'


Kerr
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.OUr homes are 1ike i'nsli-,nments
of music. T'he strings thiat give
melody or diordiCrd are the nmem
bears. If each is rightly al tuned,
they wilt all vibrate in harmony;
but a single discordant string
spoils the sweetness.
The business'and laboring men
of California are discussing plans
toust the Chinese from the ave-
iues .of lato now occupied by
them. The., movement has been
sanctioned, throughout the state
and a plan is being formulated
against the employment of China-
men.
The celebration of the 200tih an-
niversary of the introduction of
the art of printing into- the colon-
ies was enacted at Philadelphia,
Dec. 12, by Ithe Penn. Historical
Society.' Rev. Geo. Dana Board-
:-man in his address related, sonle
very interesting incideit.a in the
history of the pr tinti- art in ,ou
country.
C il r.' ', ," ,
iT, pIrospect for direct com-r
n itation to the St. Jolns' river
by railway ;looks very favorable.
-The enthusiasm along the line is
rapidly increasing, and all re'val1e
the unqualified benefits itI.,wotild
bring. Keep the excitement up
to the highest point of fever heat
and you will surely bring ,c-apittal
that witl iushl the enterprise for-,
wa'rd t,. the des-ird constummIn-

T he( total cost of, the li,.tll:
d,7ru k, i: ,'7,500,00 perV year,
aiand t4e av rage e,"pense ,-r ]e.,i
of our entire population w.,old il- .-
$10., L styea r .;16.0i.0,, '. w.iworth
of beer was con1,,imed,- and there
%va s more money sunk ii pirits lv
.i- '1,0, 000.0 l) thi; wO ip .1' fobr
boots, ioes, il",d cotton, go' ,l-.
lTe am ount 'e le on drink
yearly] Q Nouid -.1 L:n 1'1 ; :6,0
Speople ,
)II a r -ceI'it visii t,> ou t ne0,< 1 -
b-oring vlline ,of I.rk,(, VOe were
iintlh su.Irprised to s-ee (ite pi;., i,-,-r
Ill l ar.,2e l'e:-i l'rg o !a n: .7'e rov(,.<



F~in'ekai i.- o)nlv 7 mnile.- from Kerr
C'ity, iut the ,wny' we lhave to goo is
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they ,tvein ldtstantcny. Ti shoud
.11,0 have a a rg 'e s tlomn) .0on f ("th]I.

v l ,st peoai', have C dirct liroad


there. IThe expense v-i~l] be com-
!:'iur;i {i ely .;. mii ;- ', S,-,m e iiK e
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a'v, ybu d1 will reWt i re from'Wall
,1 reet o th e 1st. 0shJanund next.
ir. Goul,_, 'etirement. -are in "a
hfa ir way, f.ohbecoie as frecluent as.
< ;liairltte Cush ni,, were. Stil!
the a:sures The public that tbe. one
now nhoiund is to:: t',m inspire a.
a, ertiG-,ld Mr m Goud says in exa
nl. fn:tion oc llis retolhtion to a-


T, c(.ly Ipreemnnt-.


During o-i, r promsIcnous wand( r-
ings about the Lake Kerr country
in trying to ascertain the facilities
of southern soils for northern veg-
atables, grain, and other products,
we came'into the geniial presence
of Jamfes Fry, who Ts a house and
110 n1r,. of land a .H]i tie north of
Ke'r City. Mr Fry resides i1r
Palatka, at w-hich plavco 'e his en-
gaged .i a very lu-rlative business;
his son,, Kat., has charge of the
place here. Mr. Fryis expermnent-
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ing on he a,:-ptability of Florida
1 9 ('
soil lmor northern ..15'1,licts and
flnds, ;im contrary to the state-
m11 t o 01fy, they prove a great
<
success. ]e has a, fine piece; of
lan,], 4,1 are-s cleared where one
.year agdi o.as' de :fe line fore st.
He has 6 or S men ii,,is employ
or. nil-]v n lk:J.in M" i ip'r-)oveImeI ts
on thle phice. He is al.iout to build
a neat tw (-tory cottage and a ,new
arli n i additioir to Hlie o!d one.
He will al-o erect a niiiumber of
poultry H-tuildings anid keep chick-
ens, thdlcksY, eese, etc.' He proposes
t6 make decided impireC-menits (onI
the little circular pond in the
20 acres, recently purchased of
Swaii ,&, Henley, and use 'the
saOne f6or v-ri,.-; specie of fish.
He also keeps,bl.ooded stock and
they are. in excellent condition .
Mr,. Fry is a .|.i.d citizen and a
very e-tr'prising mani, and is and
can 1be of ,re;it help t,- our vi!nla e.
\,e w1s in success in all[ of his
'id.riakingj;.
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EAle. la(d i Co!d, Blood. .


eld n in tlIe lisi-tory of men, in
S1,tl or i!-,r" w, llks oi.life, are they
I'Z11 'ti ,IIpIon to witlln tj dleeds of,
!d(i-kI nd I.l-ods .iedbut it. som e-,.
tin-i s f'. ,!!s to tihe lot of some to
l ius e c.;i l',;-l uion., It lias I ono'
-*'tf '-
1been .,nsidered dan'erous, i" not;
iazar._l> '.'i ini the m .fi of some,
to eC, ;s Lake-- Kerrwihont nn--a x
o*r .Ono weapon of (def ense to
iNeI- -- 0
w0rd off the attacks- of the natives
Bthat inhabit the island and penin-
su1a and that. ire sotmeltlnes seen
in tie waters o0 ihoe lake. Two
week" a--: ]t Saturday as a
w(rtiiv- citizen of tlie south side
was i'ending his weary way across
the lake, hi;--; attention was attract-
ed to an oi_,t on the water, w ,iluc
he to,-,i- e oie of the natives oi
that vicinity,, lying in wait .to edip.,
ure whoever or whatever might be
pils.;inv_ tha, fav. Buit he being a
man of a sharpkeen e'e, and sel-
dom ever c-,ight nappl.ing, soon
brougb t his trusty Winc11ester to
bear on his antagonist with de"--
ly aim.- He siot;.For a moments

a~llwas quiet. Ie .hot again, and
when the smoke had cleared away


he snw the lifeless body of .his n.-
tagonist in the water.' The-
citizens wiho were viewing('the con-
flic't from afar, were awaiting within
breathless suspense to know the
result. But' when they saw the
boat move on again ini its. course.
there went up again sigh ot relief
He soon made ian ll where the
citizens and marshal were waiting
I .
to receive him, supposing that
so nie awful crime had been cepm-
mitted. Bit imagine their sur-
prise and chagriin when they found
,that h had killed an alligator,
ten feet lonm,.whose pearly teeth
many some dniny grace, the bosom of
sonme New York dude, Co .M,
, h-i ,a f ..', .

A Washington doctor has fotld
tiat of several hundred cigarette
smokers, one-fifth have heart dis-
ease, and regards thaAfact. as in-
dicative that cigarette smokingg
induces the disease. '
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Drunkiness is the ictionanry of
vice. It means pecul :lion, tlieft,
robbery, erVon, forger murder,---
'for it leads to all of th ,e crimes


Kerr


City,


At3a',rlio n


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Florid .


We wish our readers. a Happy
61,AYear-a Iappy bright and
pr6sperous year for our thriving
'Village and to those whose- efforts
have been courageous and untir-
ing in making ita desirable and
highly moral town. We too strong-
ly: realize the, inability of our-
S' selvesin making the Advertiser ,
a worthy advocate of Kerr ityf
S and its 'surrounding cou`tr.,It-
requites the perLnofa Whittier tfb
d., o the suriny '.)ies js9ticeU. Bit
:' ', even obr inexperienced eye sees
P :7thiaf the rich.'hammocks and the
' vT ,,' ,.' .,,
A:tiigh rolin g pine .lands are niot only
1 valuable to tho growth of per-"
S. aps a nabmeless variety of fruits
:"', and vegetables, but also to, the
"!', preservation of health., Seeing
'. this we can conscientiously affirm,
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'; that Kerrr ,City is not 6nly a: v-ery
<:,desireable pint for tourists, but.
; for p rinaneit :. residenters.
h r '*j 6 Mi 0 h t; a'i, d w. e' a
i Te are alone iridficent and weakl
n, r the em bryo, ofjpourlial-isn, but,
S' with" youir help nay jecoile
n*; ature anid 'strong irithe work and
,'make the `tAdvertiser" a reaa-
Ai' le` and. iteresti g sheet. We
1 r hank you foro fiei assistance that
y ~'"[ you -have already renidereid us, and-
l e Iiope thatsuih f0vor IIIay b Sd,- rinuied iot. fi' r htirint rest oily but .
fr thle piuli's ind youur own. We
do not recogn lize any prefererice o r
sectIonal1 fetlng existing between
e.rr 'ity an.d other im Iiieedite
o lowns, and-it such there ,e, it. i-.
; only for the interest o .-uc places(-:
I I di.spelluthe same flor greater -llmd
;! tTv re universal good. At least we
11; ,111 il co~ I
--hall not ird.ulge ill conirnver.,.y,
but will per'sistanly eIndeavor to
S do 'th. greatest, ,good o tie great.
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est. ntum bei r.- If ,t1)r1c,',., ;th e in-
1ulelfe o! t0;is pnpa ,r ,i.,ceiwV .and
"i e e
*d e li ud ed-north\\erer11 are I e "to
see that the so,.th is not pregated
with m l.:iori, ;n.. no,!." ent r el(y
m dl,,(-e utl OI' o ialari'.,is e: n ps .:-,nd
::.ragnant pool.-, .-'il. lie-'dthy ro ling.
count ry and 1,ea1 1 iful akesi w9l o
result in as gr-eat a. h iellt oi .ad-
joillingo towns as it. will for Kerr
.'ity. Then let us work tiFgetler
o build up tle cou0 it'v tl hn, 1
Keen solo n iu,,,-.,',ized in :6ll
.its beauty and aitrac, :'i n.;
All pointed and concise com-
nunicloi,-., fre f i'ek rmn D i ,_l d or
abuse and atter of a cAlumnos
riature, will be gadly received at
t lls office.
** 4
A number of ladies and '-en-
tlemen were present at. tile h,.tel
on Sunday last, to listen to s'r-
" nons preached by Win. Stone oi
,.....,, aNifprd, and Mrs. O. Hammond of
Nr.Nalli. The liotel is used as a
.' .... .e
ip. Wrmary place for religious er-
,ie -'af-i7ies uritl. the clhurcli' is erected
4 wliieh will _Lindoutedly be done
"i" -soon. We see with a great deal of
.: pleasure tliat. Kerr City is" not
--ickward in its religious workt. Its


citizens are very enthuqasLic in
1.uilding the foundation for a pros-
:, p-rous town on the substancial
basis,. We are lad of it; for noth-
ing is a greater promulgator of
svcce ss than religion. It. nmake!
..w; a moral,.temp'-rato, sober and
;in'dtistrious town; a social," 0nter-
t .ailning, and celaritable people: and,-
h,,onest., conscientious, and happ.9
la-, individuals.
, ;-.. .. -."'-fc ,_*f A .
,Ptmlc'salet.y demands the ex-
,enditure of $20,000,000 annually
.-. restrainan and support inside jail,,
,Jwitentiaries and asylums, t: e
.., "i- arising f:'om the liquor tra'f-
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The, Bargains


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.,laninloth street: 'I have
li;r-n twenty-f11 ve Gvo _ear, s i,,
street, nn1d it is about time Al
maide way -.for younel n
mclive men. I nn liearly
Yeo'rs o11i n1d linve earned a
My coilnnection, however,
nWall street hlias been slight


bleeni
Wail,
hat.I
l1nt, I
in ore'
lifty
rest.
with
for a


you forget it.


long time. I sold ouit my specula-
tive-holdings during the summer,
and the change will b)e, therefore,
hardly a change at all. :,1A year
ago I contemplated this stepl, .but
was prevented by certain reasons
irom takin- it. There could, not
1ie a better Iime thai nthe present,
l',r me to dissolve adsolutely' all
conlnection witli stock speculations ,
Confidence hias been largely restore, '
ed, and the business of thle countryy'
now rests on substantial founda-
tions. I cannot be charged with
havin-gA abidoned a sinking ship,
f.)r I have clung to if. through
storm, nnd peasant weather 'now
attends." It must be -accounited
into Mr. (Gould for great right-
eousness, indeed that he withheld
Ilis retirement until 1Wall street
was returned o its wanted activ-
ity. Ocour'-e it was purr public
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City Advertiser.


THURSDAY, DEC. 24, '85.


This hotel is sitnated aonlo. t1he hills of Centlial


northern banik of Lake Kerr, conomandin. al al
,v iew. ,, the e e '.
view-of the. enihre, t.ake.
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77%
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U. OVI


are to be ha,(


that


* At the


Mfre goods for the money thanany either place in the city, and don'"


L; SATTERTHI-WAITE & CO.


Hae~R. -~acTip-~, F~~:;.





C a,


ill be-at Ker City, Tuestay and Saturday, at o'lo arvard,
12 M. Rive rside,5 P. ; Norw k same a -.
,.:+ 12M Rivers d,5P.. orwrkseineda. ;, "
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J B. Swan passed Thursday of last
week in Jacksonville..
Mrs Wmn. Stone of Sauford, is visiting
friends in Kerr City,
Kerr City need! six or eight neat
little cottages to rent. Whioamong our
enterprising citizens will put them iup
""At the're-organiz-ition of our Sabbath
Selioo0l, R. B. Henley was closent Supt.,
Mips Ella .Hatimond, Sec. and Treas'.''
-Mr.-and Mrs, J. B Swan, --and Mrs.
Terry, Teachera, The school is well
avtented each Sabbl)ath, and is very ni-
tJoresting. Everybody yong and oi,
are invited to attend and assist the good
cause,
A number of faniliea of Friends are
permanently lucated here' now, and oth-
ers are expected to come soon. WV un
derstand they expect to organize a per-
manent meeting here in the near future.
For several months past they have been
holding a union meelig and SIabl)baith
School. ,
WhIy a.s 4%'ur s-hiool antd churli
building is not put up? the lumiher ha-,
been in readiniess- for months WeW have
a number ofcarpen'er whI, ino doubt,
would gladly donate a few dayi work
towards building it. We uiderst.indl
enough mohey has beei subscribed td
pay for all the mitei;l. We h.ve a
good place n->w f,,r holding .serviwe:-.
but it is 'not best to impose on g, ,,l 'n.-
ture too long. The coiniitte-o should
hurry this up.


0ocal Brevities.
~ ~- .. .. .

Emma Hammond has b-en seriously
troubled by a felon oni her hand.
S Downing & Jones are turning out con
Ssiderable work in t ri saw mill.
Wm. Stone of innford, u.ade Kerr,
City a pleasaht call Satur a.ud id un-.
day last. r. "" k
,Fred SO tas a f0e pe per name,
ranier'Pred is a rod' s a ports:.
man. ... ..
A mule 1 6ngin*i.-Mr.. wrritiv wa:
terribly mutilated on "a barbed wire,
fence last Thursday.
Mr. Edson andson of Sumner, Conn.,
are passing a few weeks'inSthe congenial
climate of K,*rr City. '
Don't forget to hand in your subscript-
ion for the 'Advertiser" It is only$1
'a year.
,36h .ftin Wilber frony Lake Weir, made
an extended vi:ii to friend in Kerr
/j. ,.. ,,: --
... *. "-' .. "
Joseph Allmon and, wife of alem,
Ohlio, cme> tK rr pityon tie 9th. inst
.^'^" tiopapsBthe :winter. ... :.
S' .We are und r obligations to Messrs
Allmon, Edspu, Scott, and Satterthwait
for materiarl'atsistance. -* ." .
Mis Ella Hatinmond has 'een. quite
'siCek and had to 1ve up tir position at
lithe hotel in consequiience 6f the s'me.
T, o. 'Scott of ialem, Ohio, has. pur
chased 5 acres of fine land, and, is ,al
present maki n.his home in Kerr City
M Mi. Brownin' i'has old his ten acr
Grove to 1r. Webb offCitea. We are
; sorry to learn he is not to be our neigh-
'b'' ) .t 4 ... t -'*' *' /. F^**
S. liver Greensareet and son of Spi .-
S land, Ind., p we a few .days at iferr
( "Cty. with a view of locating ,,here ifIr^t
^ ,. -, *fu tu re ^. i; : '' < "' q p ',
Ira A1en, Edwa d Pr.tt, Alber'
..eath, Riav Wolcott and Siney Thoin
4A. I) arrive.I at Kerr City from 'Ranover
i/ M ch i this week.' .*i :
:,c. i exllent jib ofpninting wns ex-
S" te'O' doithe residence ofJiorph ljAliimo
.:id thei "'Advertiser"; blldin!. Mr
._ ; V I cott isan expert m-inipul'or of the
^ : 1 ". ,r ',
::.,- a'n S S "I V M of HItford .<' -de
K rr Ci;" a ,i .' na ,visir L lo k a er
S. I :mIe 'Ci t'V;,, that he has recu,,Iy pur.
:ic'h c b na ,e il 'l:,'* l,: '* '7
A r- \ Mrs. Bean and daughi-liter of
Norwi..,!z nil M, i<- Bailey., whl is pr1 ss-.
in,. the winter with them, made a short
S visit to K-rr City on Siturdny last.
Many important communications havs
_1 .;,,i n s-eess-ar 1y crowded out of tlis
.\ e 'ks is ie on account of thi limited
S..t .fp Look f.'r tO i, so,,
r I II :. CtnV, d c ifes Smith,:nio 1 M r

avall of 3Mi,-lioan- arrived at .a- ke
'. .' ,.errlanst week. We understand that
..:-thev e pect to"locntp .n the south side,
S.L SBatierhwnilp E. Martin, and
:-. V.T Ward, passed Tue,-dlsay in Gaine-v'Hle
'" ,umner norpw ha 1 )2, )fler. of fine laad
o ,n .v ih h U. P. hag no c'ai
";+ ; E. Martin is doiun coii,,iderable car-
.!; -penter wrk i'i Ibuil'tin,; up K err City..
S.. ,'.e is an enterprisi.2. y. ni man and.
;.' is ;ap bia t ities :a vorkmatn are ree-
:.,; coniimended n hiswok. ,
: ,i '. Jseph .. nImon hadi eni, idernlf)e dif-
: ficultv iy'rdeeiviiig his ,-ood-s fr'om the
north over tlhe ditTcr!nt freight !!nes.
He went.'to Paittl

0'" Jih, r, bible the caiie of th defb ln .
re 's/.,lr i. quite a ri vilery existing
animna thIlocail fisherine"n at the L:take
Kerr lo'ise, w,, to who can .niteh Cthe
largest thh. The schedule of their sutec
,ssc a s they stand ast ,present is a"
follow.: Swvan, ,ib. I'olts, 6 1 2, DO,1g
las : 1 2. Edson, 6.
"' '5-;eph Stanley and w'e (f Demascus,
s:' ilio ,i'I arrived ,amnl .*ill it m 4ie
ierr City their permanent home, iHe
,: H;as li.ought iandi on the s tuth side. His
1, -'.n-law and family oft M'ss will fol-
low in a short time.
James Lane of -ollowny Mich., who
h,-I ,r; p opertY. in Kerr, Citty, arrived.
'It the .Lke Kerr Hon-e on .adi.rdnay
1.'w Mr. Line is a urnial "o Il 'lo %
and i.. 'ike d, by all wI ,,know n .iM.
P,1 s a nd''oi ,glt ,l'h- a 0 at.ish-ermehi
1111 s r t i 11 -.w .. .re a,,u spring .,+ Olenre.-a Olr~%, ...'~-. -

(I L iI O th etl ,^ .^ t,
p,,?'-ite i- a, :i^^^. ini^^v ,, in^ ^i.tr. hgei

t-iit l"-neL .n. "& .
h\e A d vert i i not a p1plr whons
'linle, interest is concern rkr eL. the
n e t. i U o de
voted to the general welfare of the com-
unity and the upli.i lin; o< our im
..mediate towns. Business men who-.e
8.. ambitions follow in the same channel,
.liould foster such interests by advertis-
S ing, Adverti-ing is the medium of
.- access intu all business intercourse.
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T.,


..---HAVE A. WELL EQUIPPED









Orders promptly attended to. Large assortments .of Building Lumber

on hand at BOTTOM PRICES. Give us 1 call and see what we

: have got.


----I am prepared to do any work in the line of :


DE BARYV-B)\YA
p B 5ANTS LINE.
BT. .TO VER STEAL AMlERS
SIDE WFIHEEL LO W PPRES U E
PA LA C' STAM E A RS BUILT
OF IRON.
CA !RRYIN( THE FAST MAIL
TIHR(UG 'FAST MAIL.
The elevnt Iron Compartmert Place
'eanije's City of Jackso,,viille of th., De
I"'ry Blya Merclh.nits Lin,. anil H..B
Plant ,," thlq Ppoplei's Line. will perf'orro
Lite Fast M ,il Servic.,, len\in. S. F. and
\. railway ,Company's wha rf' at 1i.2 m
ind De Bi'ry-D;ayn 1.rT-chant.ms .iie
whl,:trf, loot of Laura' street, daily at .; .J.
p. in. for P.l ,tkuo, A t. r, D.:Dii:.,
.S4i r, fr.i and Entepris-; 'rri\vt nat S-n
t'O i a .. ...". -^"ir I,...
-hned- aleanm ,+ nr, Dr ";3 :t i;. lfe
tur, ."-;-, leaves S.fndi.rd at -.-:15 I m
an ivmi at Jackionville 9t i )- a
:he followin ,,rn ii,'. v, mal, ing cl,,se cCn
neet.ions with trains for all laus North
Eit a undlWe',st..
P.1s-(ners l]P:vincr S:S nfori-l at 4-15 p
'm,.arrive in New Y,,rk at 10 p. m. se.
1,( 1,,1 V 1.1, .- 110-1 4 ( io t uD
I|p( ", iy" fnly *3 hour-. thi,.,u,-- .-One
. -
nigtt ,n stenanpr, oe night on cars.
HRIO G T7( F1 AST FREIGHT
Leavs ,l,,Jck,,-nvillet d'illy, Saturdav
1114 ;.ndahy esxceiltvd t 5 p. mn., for San,
fo.r(d E ]terpi i-e and allintermediate land
inn'r. On' Sundny n .12 m. Returning.,
, 11e, S,.irnfi..rd 1 t 8, a. m., arrivin g nt
Jack-=inville early following, m,,rnin -.
$team r Weluka leaves Tuesday- and
FrAlay -Aid males Higlland Park
Steamer Rosa leaves 'Monday andl Tues
day Iand goes throu;i to Lake Jesitip. .
' .Tack.;onvilleP. Paa.tka & Cresent, City
Division. Leav-- Jacksonville, nnd
Palatka F.st Mail 'Nily, exA.cp4;5:ndf];u.
,t S:15 a. ,,..for Palatka, Crescent Citv
and interme liaitr lan',In ; Kl-eturning
leave, Cre-eept City daily,'except Sul)-
day, at 6:30, m. Palatka at 8:0'i. a."m
C,,ni;eCt? atoc,,i with afternoon trains
for 8it. A Wi .ine ,
P; latka It Sanforid Daylight Division.
New a% i p,,pultir steamers Fredk. De
BHr. i.lfnd Anita, leaves Pailatka eaily,'
Sunday e ec:?pted at 10:12a. m. on 'ar'
rival (ofJ. T. and J.T. W"- Railway Fast
Express T naion 1vb'Parlor Cars attach-
:-ed,:tleav;.n co J;IciOv lenat 8:13 a., m.
for Sanford ant Enterprise and inter.
minediate landing. Returning, leaves San-
ford at 7:00a. mn., arriving nt Palatka
at'4:40 a. min., connecting with Fast Ex-
press, arriving ,JackSonville at 6:43 p.m
SElegant Waitirg Rooms, with all mod-"
ern imp,.v,.nts, will be found at Pas-
enirer wlih .. '
Close eir ,tion nade at P.ilatka with
he FIlrda So9ithe(ie Railroad; at Astor
with St. Juius and i4-ke Eusti.- Railroad
at S:infd iWh H" loril Rail ro.91
for (.),'|aTto:,:K,.-.+ti6l'fe, ramlp,, Key
, tm- ma, l
Wsand .wtt.f ai awgr I ulan River.--
For fiitthtir itifosmatt.n npply-to tscks
et Office, southeast corner Bay and Laura
'
or. at the c'onmtany .s ,,f~fe, foot Laur.i
street; Freight wharves foot of Pine street
passenger wharvesfoot of Laura street-
.. CHAS. B. FEN VICK.
Gen. Freight and P as. Agent.
T. tAYA .. G EO,.ECIL J',


NE\V YEAR .
t coming; be sure yoi t u rn over a new
lenafr. honus tiurn.. over one to-da%
..:.,id begins -riling Dry Goolds, Notions
.Boot-, and Shues, Dat., and Clothing.
'ruion 20 tL 5,.I p).r cent cheaper itban evel
before,. T!i'ele goods must be sold 8"
the next thiriyd(vs., Dui't fall to cal
n h iiimi a an e:rly, day,
Buy your Groceries of Thiniai. L1
'O .,get anm thing that is not a first class
artick lhe <'!,e",ully ,returns tlie pur't
dlase price. .
I C.il on \V'alter Thamai.: A5;,I get y"o '
frl'ic-jd I X a .-. an l N t:i" Yti : S ;,,e. nt..
A. sk y umtr ii' .;lib, .. ', ls rt !re ,'ft-- hi.-
G!.n-c-rifs,; ter '1 1 i an .-t.,r.. \\ I\ .ecI. use hec
ellss the be.st' ",.,; th- t the itii keL al
f fords. s
Buy the "Red Seal -and I" q' r "Cane
and Toiltai 12 'cet.,. W arrant, (I .'5 l.p.r "-cn t I ..I tei
goods thi in any 1oI cabins 1.1 by their
: r,_,Cef tr is. .- -. ..i


:-


Shingles, etc

Corn ground every SaturdNy afternoon.


KE% L C ITY,


MARION CO.,


Just r( civ' tn "o1s-1' of th f -,fiii
Oglh.ihi'liie. A ii,, i.iated DD ,,'vead'
[.oir. T--n more t!il l;. flow; Ju tIthe
thing fior ofai;e tre s;.. :
Ha i }g u tdle sp id .frran,'..,i.-nts With
lte Po'r L Rovta Works andbl iy ,iii.,"
by thlie ,clHard; anm pi--par-d tto oVi'er thi-N.
excelletit ferti:iz-er.it the Imy price l
$30 per ton at Norw l ;I D k.
Walter 'lI'honias.


kitilds of


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-T.


B,,rn-to Mrs. )bt IIeiley, a ,i0l.,
Born -Dec 24. to Mrs. Cha<- M
Titepmb, a :11l -2Jb.boy .
'/ ... ._ .._.;. ; + *. -
THlE consumption of l lco(Iotic 14q"
11or in the United State -ccord
in to -the o-overnment .reports, for
the year ending; Jnie, :, 15S4,
w as -in, rouii nt iUmbers .6,5000,000
gallon.11oii of distilled Spiifis.-, Ind
590,000,000 a'llonsOf 0! inlt, liq
nors.
A I -iIt Ke.r iC ^ts needs, tLe .11o) t
-us'taff 1-reoent s a 1,1,zive where lt'
young peoplee can meet in ro(cial
.*a 11nd in t e 11 ec-t u n l inte'rco urse.
TlIrough tlie ;l.-sence of such i m-
i.oviiie it, youmig lndies and gen-
tlemen I--e thlifi .ent1husisni for
< R 'al alvcan'en Iet.t nnd'intlellect.
|nal culture. W e\ V'ould ...p ','eet n


D AND


UNIDREBSSED !LUMBER.


ORDEtS PROMPTLY: FILLED.


liwernry.society of soneirt, so Ine-
(b. si ilar to,-. -t-e S bdey that
S .e -t e I a t 1.re lyv
die. lt t wh i ter,' .;. "
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A. G. ElI.,TT.
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on ;IIairvard Street.


Office at :re,idenoe


Prices low an


Asi't. lJartbig


GeneraljManage*


Kerr City


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KORt CITY, FLORA.


4~


SCOTT


HOUSk. PAINTER, DEC-

ORATOR and GRAINER.





To all who want first, ,ass work

done, I solicit a goodly pat.

ronage. ITerms reason-'

Sable. -Enfire sati-fa-.t-

ion guaranteed.


SINGLE


Kerr City,


Fla,.


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Plarewe anB:121111'CRM6,


SAWING,


3jkclV' ALocdEL-TuERrInn

*:"""".^5 *''"--- ---ALSO DEALERSJN -- "" ::^


F1oorin-1,


Lath,


Siding1, Ceiling,


- -FLORIDA


CITY ]
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The LIVE LElCHl N H -t e Dock keeps a full 4sqgnent of
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xE:ERCTTA NDI$:::- w-


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HENLEY have for sale a lare number of --


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Beautiful Lake Fronts on a Clear Water Lake,


Secure


from Frosts.


Unimproved Lands l r-


rounding the Take at Low


Prices.


For IT-ATTlATIiULNESS and BEAUTY combined with


GOOD I:SOIL this Lake Kerr Region


is unsurpassed in the State


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INFORM NATION .ADDRESS


SWAN


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HENLEY,


KERR CIT


FLORIDA.


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BUDDED LEON r'TREES

BTUDDED GAPE FRUt TREES;


1*P


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trees of best native


and foreign


varieties.


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