The Eastern herald
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Title: The Eastern herald
Uniform Title: Eastern herald (Palatka, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Herald
Physical Description: v. : ; 56 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: G.W. Pratt
Place of Publication: Palatka Fla
Creation Date: September 11, 1875
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Palatka (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Putnam County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Putnam -- Palatka
Coordinates: 29.647731 x -81.651259 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1869.
General Note: "For the Seventh Judicial Circuit, which includes the counties of Volusia, Brevard, Orange and Dade, and for the Fifth Judicial Circuit."
General Note: Editor: G.W. Pratt, <1870-1876>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 12 (June 2, 1869).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001961113
oclc - 10594174
notis - AKD7763
lccn - sn 84022784
System ID: UF00086615:00002
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Succeeded by: Palatka herald

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ness of which not even the folly of his said tearfully. "Oh 1 do net even utter J! in your cell ?" A Good:Remedy Against Hard TimesMLB. !
HERALD. "I said if God ;
nephew could dim. nor name, he continued, fixing his eyes I gave me another life I
... One morning Colonel St. Lo bad given upon the man, "She is dead. I have' would dedicate it to you," was the reply, r

.* -TERMSt: )? SUBSCRIPTION. orders that he should not be disturbed. only one hour or two of life; then we will clearly spoken.
A He was engaged writing, when his attention meet, and before her-! must lay a tarnished "It is welL God gives you a second
l'tr Annum, (in advance,) : : was attr&Cd by hearing the cor- record." As he spoke his strong frame life; consecrate it not to me.bul France. -- --_. .
.. Six Months, : : ___ 2 OO poral on guard wVmly expostulating with shook with emotion. She !s a good and worthy mother; 'love her -
Three Monthi. i : : : 100)( one one, andrelpmbering the directionshe "Do you remember your mo hr ?" the as faithfully as yon love the one who now "v

igle Cepy. : ; t : : t 10 had given, adjudging it best to discover officer questioned, after a moment of millet upon you from yonder blue heaven. .
the causeflb listened attentirely. silence. Arise." With these words he turned away, -
Mntlsemente will be well displayed lie soon recogn B the voice of Caplaia "Yes, I lovelier, and was in return beloved and a cry of joy rent the air as Napoleon

;Ad, )nl Ienoualy inserted In the"', UMAIDt : Le Preux, and Kng, bade him enter. ," was the quiet response. Ii cease sfeakiag'o allrejo'eeiat: the wel. L. LILIENT
following rates. -*; ; ..y 011 desire toK! me?" inquired St. Lo, "Then I can open my heart to yon. It comedeliverance ef "Le Brave. .
. '-'- Brevier line or less) 1 insertion $1 60 which lay official ipers. soul. Will you listen ?" the rank of Colonel, fell upon the battlefield .
For every smbsequeml Insertion, 75c '"Yes, colonel," Eplied the'officer' with "'I am listening, Jules with sympathyand : of Waterloo, mortally wounded. Ra ,anal
embarrassment: f interest." diant even in dtathwith the love of France sn. -.
LIST OF STATE' AND PUTNAM "Well, welljbMuick my friend: Im- "I was the only son of a wi.J01l1naUn ; my and her Immortal star of glory, the soldier THE PROPRIETOR OF THE
COUNTY OFHCEBS. portant matters Wmand my attention." village was called Foix: I can only died with the flag he bad served clasped }
was the iDipatieo'epl". remember my father he died many years lo his breast and in a clear, ringing voice
"I wish to oblKn leave of absence-a ago but I can stall recall the pressure of crying "Long live the Emperor !" Long I I' P
EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. month, no more. *\J hare just received a his hand upon toy head, as it rested therein live France !"
1onrnor-arceUus L. Stearns. letter from my mother, telling me she is ilL his last blessing. I grew to m&nlood .
Secretary of State-Samuel D. McLIn. I catnot rest without seeing her." The with but one affection, and that centered As Gc d 33 He Gave.
Attorney-General-. Archer Cocke words were uttered abruptly upon my mother. I was her sole companion Clieap Cash
Comptroller-C. A. CowgilL "It is quite impo sable, Le Prenx," replied ; her life was one of piety-devoted to of Dr.F. s5.
Tieasnrer -Charles H. Foster. the Colone*ith a look of surprise. the poor who received her only tisiis. To "Speaking hooting duck"say ,
Superintendent of Public Instruction "Ton knew I would willingly grant your the gentle teaching of that mother I owe "puts me in mind of the great storm that

lYiUuvm Watkin flicks request, but we are wailing orders and my little store of knowledge. From early occurred when I lived on the island. As

Adjttant-0eneral-JoA' Varnum may more at any moment" youth she had sought to instil into my you are well aware our island was near "
Commissioner of Lands and Immigration The Captain bowed submissively, ,and, mini lofty sense of duty. I was called Cisco Bay. An awful storm and
Dennis Eagan. teeing the audience concluded, retired. to serve my flag Filled with despair* at arose,
'Po t.omcead4rt._ of abon.Tal1ab&asee.) Ten days elapsed, when Jules again the thought of leaving her I protested; in was so fierce that it drove all the ducks in Has reeolrf to sell at original celt! price within THIRTY fgua cu ire
presented, himself at headquarters. His my hour of weakcess she bade me go for the b"1lnto a pond, covering about an elating part of- .

SLATE PBlSON. face wore an anxious, troubled look; and her sake. With a ten ler smile upon her acre near my house. In fact, so many 1.0 '
Martin tbattahoocbeeJUDICIAL was exceedingly pale. I white lips she pressed me, telling me that Gerat e' rsarnIKItIii Goo< Warden-M. ducks crowded into the pond that I could ,
duty of ,
This letter is from the curate of my my country claimed a higher me
:JI 'L '''DEPARTMENT.SCrXIXC -, native Tillage; it announces tLat my i than my holy duty to herself, adding it not see a drop of water." t .....

mother Is d1ing.The words were spoken was the will of God. 'Should you die before "Sho," says Smith, didn't ye shoot any Shoes, NotlonM, C1..0CIc..y"
COCKT. abrublly, and his nice was even harsh as me my son I will still have strength of em I""That's .:.
Chief-JustIce-E. )[. Randall, Jackson- he added. "! desire to leare." Colonel to say, Father, into.Thy hands I command what
'Ti11e. SLo was about to answer angrily his spirit. Go, and as you Ion me, be I was coming at. I went Pro'l""lou,"", % 'in.
Associate f Juniee-J. D. Westcolt Jr., annoyed by the importunity; but seeing faithful lo your duty/ These were her into the house, got my double-barrelled 2'cco
Tallahassee the young man's evident distress, he rose last words and I departed. We had returned shot gun and discharged: both barrels right ,..

Associate Jgst i"k: en- and grasped his hand kindly.'Le i from Spain flushed with the glory tnto the midst of them, but lo my aston rA.
burgh JncksonvilL Preux:," he said, "it cannot be; the of conquest, I endeavored to obtain leave IN ORDER TO MAKE ROOM .
owing determination of the Em- ishment they arose in the air leavi ig not a
Clerk-Ly man B. Fosters Tallahassee.Mi orders hare come and the campaign opens but to the
: ;/)_2-". i' immediately) leave your mother to the I I peror to invade Germany. I was obliged to. solitary duck on the pond."
care of God. Courage, my friend, your abandon the thought; I followed my regiment "Good gracious You don't say so,"
merit JCDCM. country calls for duty." j to Strasbourg. One morning I received Smith. "Didn't have shot
says you any
lit Circuit-W.W.Van Ness. Pensaeola. The young man was about to speak, but a letter from my beloved mother,
P. W. White, Qnincy. that she ill A longing in yer gun, or what in thunder was the
2d Circuit- the words died upon his lips. Having* telling me was
3d Circuit-Wm. Bryson, SuwanneeSta- received hasty instructions he withdrew. possessed me to see her. 1 requested matter I""Will IMMENSEOCK !

ilon. That night the regiment left Strasbourg. leave, but it was refused. I remember her I was coming to that," sad Dr.

4th Circuit-Robert' B. Archibald. ., Jack- The next morning it was found, to theastonishment last word.1 you love me be faithful F. "It :: stonished me at first, but as soon
r' oPall, that Le Prenx had to your duty.' I resigned myself. A
bth,Circiiit-J I1. Gosee Oca1a. deserted. The fact was generally deplored, week or more elapsed when a letter from as (lie ducks arose a few hundred yards in

Cih Circuit Miner Bethel. as Jules was beloved and respected by all. the curate of the parish reached me. It the air and commenced to separate little,

7th Circuit-J. W. Price, Enterprise. That some powerful incentive had actuated told briefly that my mother wail dying ducks began to drop and whetheryon be. IMPORTED FROM NORTHERN MARKETS. HAVING STILL ON HAND
TATE ATTOM1TS. him none doubted, for he bad borne the there was no hope. My reason forsookme. line it or not, \ picked up twenty-nine
McKlnnon Vernon. heat of many battles and the raking fire of At all risk determined to return
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1st Circuit I -:Boiling Baker, Tattaftassee. the enemy too often not to hare won for home. The earning <6 at least pray beside barrels full, and it was a poor season for

2d 3d Clreulti-Chas.Circuit-: F. King, Madison.4th himself a reputation for courage, and her grave, if 1 might not look upon ducks; too. You see the duets were wedged -

Circuit-T. A. McDonnell, Jackson- "Le Bran," as he was called, was missed her dear face, tortured me day and night. in solid on the pond, and when they
Like of the simple of our FIFTY OF
tille. and regretted. many peasants arose they carried the dead cues in the BARRELS FLOUR
Circuit J. Arnow,11 i Search was made. but it was of necessity mountain village, I am imbued with super
&lh -George aooP1' air with them and when ,
they separated,
B Wall, Tampa. limited, and the fugitive .scaped. The stitious belief-a belief.hat has strength .
7th Cth I'cull-Tbas; E.., Wilson, Mellon successive victories of Eckmuh and Easing ened with my :years, and which I have down came the twenty-nine barrels dead
followed. Vienna was taken and on the cherished, and which no argument could ducks."
<' "*. aCOU :::::.-\.., Cth of July the great victory at Wagram t destroy. This superstition taught me to "Oh Smith "I not Of varied grades.bewill not take;advantage of the rise in flour recently.be wJU gIn Sit
am surprisedat
was gained. Napoleon then dictated a believe that the first flower which blooms says customers the benefit to purchase at former pricescome and convince yourselves 4$,1
NTJ 9FFICERS.rCTXAM peace called Peace of Vienna. I above the gra' a'of a loved one possesses a that at all, or the big lot of ducks you i consider it no trouble to show goods; dont forget the sign .

COCITIT *lt& FAtATKA. Three months* after, the grand army, peculiar charm; the one who gathers and bagged, for It was an awful storm. I remember -i

,Judge County Court-William Thom baring reaped a ban st of glory, made a retains it is never fourolten by the dead. It well Doctor; I had at that
triumphal entry into Strasbourg. On the It was a sacred and fomforting thought.
time a corn barn full of cor i on the outside .
son.Clerk of Court W. C. Snow lime day a 1fan.wearlooking man passed With this belief in my heart death seemed ; LilienfliaPs Cheap Cash Sto '
Sheriff Joseph II. Mann. through the gate, and inquired for the I robbed of half its sting, became only a a knot hole ; and during the storm le.

Assessor of Taxes-Geo. W. Lyle. headquarters of St. Lo. who had been pro. sweet sleep, like'rest after fatigue. This the wind blew so fierce that it blew every

Collector of Revenue-Cook Carleton. moted to the grade of general. Having flower I desired to see bloom ear tf corn right through the knot. hole ;
Treasurer-W. E. Ransom I found his way into the presence of St. Lo, gather it, and with it the blessedof I
Superintendant of Schools-E. R Chad. he briefly.informed him that be was Jules immortal remembrance. The and the hcle being just the site 01'a cob Pal tka Fla., September 4ih 1875. tf.
wick. Le Preux. sad desired to be placed under I troops left Strasburg I fled. After weary the imp was that it shelled every ear, leaving -.

Surrey or-Cook Carleton. arrest for having deserted. i journey of ter days I reached Foix to the corn in the barn, and the next I
County Commissioners-D. A. Boyd, A. General Si. Lo recognised him immedi. : find, alas, only a grave. She had died morning I found corn barn half full of
M. Dovle. F. M. McMeekln, E. R. Chad. ately and, altogether much astonished at blessing me. The earth tfas still f-esh my NEW IMPORTING DRUG STORE.AT .
wick, J. F. Tenny. the request, complied. Le Preux ws and soft beneath the green loll, but no shelled corn, and nit a single cob. I had ,#
instantly placed under arrest, and having i flower had made its appearance. I waited; a curiosity lo know where the cobs had WHOLESALE RETAIL.
been tried by a court martial was coovie- i weeks passed. At length I rose at dawn gone. I went to Ihe rear of the barn, and AXp
ONLY A WOMAN. ted and sentenced to be shot. one irforning and wended my way to the
During the trial Jules made no Attemptto little churchyard. The sky was covered followed. e line of these cobs over eleven 4 NEW importing Drug House is now being opened on BAY 3TREBT: a few dec

shriveled and old exculpate himself, freely admitting his with fleecy clouds and the sun rose in milesand at a distance of five miles large A. below the NATIONAL HOTEL, JACKSONVILLE, FLA., By
Only a woman fault Having been addressed by the I golden glory as I knelt beside the grave. first-growth pine tree stood in the track,
The prey of the winds and the prey of the presiding office, he replied calmly but i There, midst the green grass, I saw a flower and darn, me if the wind didn't drive cobs
cold! u' with no shade of bravado. deserted, ; its tiny leaves open and on the) blue ;lJ! r, C I>>W7 & Q()e a
into the tree from to bottom. Oh, .
CheettJYitlteShriinTien;') a i 'f"k but I do not rep.nLof baring done so, If I bosom rested softly, like a sweet promise, top
it was to do again I would not flinch. I a ray of the morning sunlight. It was the Doctor, that was an awful storm."
Who will hand
keep French and Medicine
that are sunken, I constantly on pure English, German Prug, ,
Eyes merit death, and accept my sentence as little blossom 'Foget,me-not.' My mothers "Yes," sighed the Doctor "awful." Chemicles, Perfumery, with all the late Domestic preparations of the day
/UJps that were AlTer ,'er bold. ; simple justice. Those present were impressed soul seemed to look into my eyes pleadingly -....ter.....,
Only a woman forsaken and poor by the dignity of his bearing, as, J while whispering 'Remember me.Jnles THE WORLD WITHOUT SPJDAT.. -Think EVERY ARTICLE GUARANTEED AND SOLD AT TilE LOWEST CASH PRICE.

Asking an alms a,the bronze church-door.e. with folded arms, he followed his guards rememb,r me.' Believing myself truly in bow the'hst'rac ion of Sunday would ,enslave
from the room. the sacred presence of the dead, I gathered the classes with which MANUFACTURERS OF THE "FLORIDA PINE TAR COUGH SYRUP,"
Uark to the Roll upon roll "Le Brave's" conduct had always been my treasure in silence. and with tears working we
organ so exemplary, his obedienceso perfect, that of gratitude and hope, rose to depart. are identified. Think of labor going on in Combined wiCh the "LIqniJamber StyracifluV or naive Sweet Gum, which forma one
the soul! .
The wares of its znuueigQ over his fate awakened keen sympathy. The Nothing now retained me at Foix, and the one eternal monotonous and eternal rack, of the best "Pulmonfc Syrups" ever used ; it relieves Coughs. Sere Chest Weakness,
Silk4 rustl,;:p .it.her i officers belonging to his regiment who had werds '((jou love me, be faithful your .fingers forever straining the brow forever Hemorrhage, Asthma, Bronchitis, &c, No possible harm can result from its use,
Thicker and faster, been spared in the hot strife Wagram i I duty seemed to hear at every turn, the the loins being a Syrup of Gums."
The great bell ceases Us toil, implored him to petition for pardonbut; he I very air was filled with the sound. That drooping, forever aching and I Special attention given to the Prescription Depar.i-int. at all hours of the day ami
resolutely refused, nor did he offer any I duly made me deliver myself up to justice.I the weary brain ( heminl. Thinkof night by the most competent and reliable Pharmacist Pills gilded with a peculiar:
Fain would she enter, but not for the poor solution of the m1.ter1that veiled his con had violated commands and was a duerI the beauty w rr- I gJM plver powder made in France for that purpose.whicb deprives them of all un-

Swingeth wide open the bronze church door ducL No feeling of regret or desire for I ter. I obeyed, excepting calmly, resignedly heartedness it 11'0 !Cant I pWKSu taste and odor without impairing their efficacy in the least.
Only a womaw- waiting Hone. T" I life seemed to disturb his tranquility.It the sentence awarded. I am aboutto it would, #! D edicine Chest furnished and replenished with care and accuracy at short notice.
Icily cold on an ice-cold throne, was the nigh! prior to the day fixed die. 1"011.1, you are my friend. I strength of Also on hand Fancy Parisian Ornaments, (Parlor and Toilet), Lubin's Genuine Extracts ,
for his execulion. Hating made his final have but one request; if yon will grant it nature it would tbeBickness U Soaps &0., bought atM Rue, St. Ann, Paris.
TVhat do they care for her 'I preparations, and taken leave of one or I can die without regret, even peacefully. would ring, of it would wreck, All orders from a distance promptly :filled. Thirty-years' experience: (and having
Mumbling a prayer for her, two friends, Le Preux threw himself upon In a locket. suspended around my neck i ii the groans it would extort, the lives it for seventeen years of that time given personal attrntiv! ? to the purchase and importation
Outing not bread but a stone. the rude couch in his cell and was coon ina the little flower I periled my life to obtain. of drugs, &c. from England and France) warrants l\* belief that entire satisfaction
Under gold laces thir haughty hearts deep sleep. Promise me that in.death.it shall' not be would immolate, the cheerlest Mjes It will be given to all who may favor us with their kino attention
\ The cathedral clock had struck the hour separated from me." : would premature) ee t .ting Nov8'74-lf. J. I. GRIFFIN CO., Druggists, Jacksonville, FlaN
beat, .L.- of midnight, when the bolts were softly "I promise," replied the officer, deeply and fretting, gri n I
Mocking the woes of their kin in the street drawn, and a man, dressed in the the uniform touched. The condemned man grasped and
log Ipinnl
of an under officer, entered. The his hand warmly. '-Comrade," he said, I. TMOEAGNE
Only a woman! Jn the older days narrow room was Ughted by the white "may God bless you. If it was His 11'11110 raising and ho- gt n4ing M. D. '

Hope carrolled to her happiest lays; moonbeams that stole through the barred grant me another life, I would dedicate it striving gliag, e garden -
window and rested carelessly upon the to yon.land prove the affection your sympathy and in t old, in tie] and
missed her
Somebody sleeper.The was his inspired but it cannot be. in the barn?In the factory an a mill WHOLESALE ,,\ND nET,\ JLJST
Somebody kissed her, officer advanced cautiously,-Stan. Farewell *
Somebody crowned her with praise; ding beside the bed he bent Aver the ccn-: They separated. in the warehouse and in the shop in t
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Somebody faced up the battles of life, demned man. Having looked at him attentively ,,* The dawn broke; *fo' with it came the mountain and in the ditch, on the roaJsi. : : y-

for her sske who mother r for some moments, he touched sound of the drum ana: the tramp of armed and In the country, cut at sea and on t,
Strong was or
him gently upon the arm. Le Prenx opened i men, whose measured steps announced shore, in the day of brightness aij3 AND DEALER IN
w fe. tf" ? .' t : his eyes. I their mission. Le Preux greeted them
"Has the time comer' he inquired, with a silent bow, and then went calmly gloom! What a picture this would:
Somebody lies with a tress of her hair rising. forth to die. sent if Sabbath' DRUGS CHEMICALS OILS

Light en his heart where the death shadowsare "No, Jules the hour his not come, but m'lImcs were folded upon his bnfc j js. e11.
? U will soon strike," was the reply. soft breeze stirred the euffS that cluster it m m III Q n m 9PAINTS i/ lF mIfU1mnm\r9:

Somebody wails for her. ""What then, do you desire said Jules, ed above his brow, his eyes were fixed Free Press says: e 8 ten. : CIGAHS
seating himself. upon the eastern sky, where a brilliant They marched down Miihigrasenue in
Opening the gates for her. Yon do not know me,my friend," continued sunrise shed a golden glory, tingling the
Giving delight for despair. the stranger, disregarding the i rose-leaf clouds that floated on and on, as double file! all but one. He marched PURE LIQUORS FOR JtEJUCAL PURPOSES.

Only a .omaO-Dnumore poor- prisoner' words. saw yon at the bat though to chase the dark shadow of night alone at the head of the double column.
tle of Ansterlits,where you fought bravely that wa'p'adol\Jt'radiDg\ In the west. They are noble young men. They had
Dead In the at the bronze church-
snow and won the Cross of Honor. Since the As he passed own the Icng line of soldiers h'u foreheads and intelligent faces, and C3rarden. !3ee t CC. .c C
door. memorable 27th of November I hare enter regrets sad words of farewell were 4 ., r ...
there stern determined look each'face
was a !
T tainedor you sincere esteem In the spoken in underbreAlb but, deaf to all. on JJ'H'
TES:FLOWER OFBEMEMBBANCS U'm11011 have been held, as a dutiful sol I I and with not one lace look that might have -a look which said that they would '
dier. entering Strasbourg I heard of i spoken his resolution, he moved on toward die at their country's call. Were they
I crime and condemnation. The jailorof 1 the place of execulion. He reached the the
BY r. r. your going to rescue of some kind lentimn.twbich Pure Chemicals and Genuine Druss
i the prison being a relation of mine, I spot; and his eyes at his reqne t, were the wicked world *
I' was to blot
was able to obtain this interview. Those left unbound and still rivited lingeriogly, trying C-J '
H ras in the springer 1809. 'Napoleon about to die often regret that there is not wistfully, upon the drifting clouds more from the hearts of men? Were they goingto
had decided to lead his K"t..nd army into some friend near to whom they can confide and the ramrod were drawn; then the dull succor of the unfortunate and distressed .

the heart of Germany<-Among the officers their last wishes. What can 1 do for sounds as the charge rammod down was ? No, not a cent's worth-they were Will be kept constantly en hand, to;:'!thcr with a FULL STOCK of the
garrisoned at Strasbourg was Colonel St. you*" heard, and the first words of the terrible
Lo. Under command! of St Lowasa going ant to play base ball. It was an
"Thanks, comrade hare made ray I forma were spoken"Make ready. But .
captain named Jules Le Prenx. Young ia peace, and hare no wish," Le PrenMkd ere the knell was uttered a loud cry of imposing sight to see them march, each CELEBRATED PREPARATIONS OP

years, Le Preux: was nerertheless*, a vete- briefly. "Long live the Emperor" rung out upon form erect, each step In time, each face' ("
ran in the service of the Emperor, baring "Have yon nothing to say t" the air. With a wave of the band that that look which
t taken part in the battles of Ansterlits, "Nothing." I stayed the deadly work Napoleon saluted bearing warriors wear? JOHN WYETH & BROTHER.
E Ian and Friedland in all of which when the roar o:the battle Is loudest. If
Jena, Not even a farewell word lo some young from the saddlcluid with rapid, strides,
be had displayed great brarery Leprenx: for I advanced towardrhe one of the seventeen had been
heart yearning your return-no message prisoner who, seemingly every on.
7 I To the assortment of which I would call the especial attention of Physician .
the rank of and
to "
degrees captain
r rose \I to a sister? lost in thought It unless, his way to the wood pile or the con
}: WAS well beloved by his companions. "No one watches for my return. I have waiting the fatal fire. j the could not have generally.
sight been
I moreor
Although he had passed through the campaigns not any sister-I never had one." I Jules Le Fr<*x':' .
already mentioned, and had often i "A father ?" The young man turne rd I thrilling. "

r joined in the fervent cry of "Long lire the ;, 'He has been dead for years.** j the speaker. His lips m 'ordl i Pal tlrit Florida
Emperor! be had DUff seen the great them but I
i "And your mother ? The stranger escaped the ele yes .
man whose mighty arm seemed at wiij to pressed each questio earnestly. | eemed to utter 1h reco 'eel. I
sweep all Europe and wbo was dettjafed to I .' he his to tin CIG I
"My mother : reiterated JuUer bowing lug pressed lips d. I II l
leave to posterity an immortal naiBd a his face upon his hands the lone of his i "Jules," confime-1 the Em 0 Fi iw> and Tele-.-Tct. Cigars for sale! brR IbNII: !! II I.! Z. -.
crown "t' notaries, the glory an' l btj v, leedeepcaing. Mother mother: Le yoq remember the words spoken aet night J ADAU3 %March 17, ISGytf. .t'


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-Apre.1 prflisliet-: letters lie l'e .I'QJa navvard.. New OalEAKS, September 6.-The President thrown. It is neatlj-printed four- :
, The Memphis .. t. made and edited -
,ofinvltation to es-l're jiep'sixteen PUll localle to ad-- A roma:ft t ic q Jok place at Mel- of the Board of Health officially announced page with paper great care Nothing up of a dull or No IreigU to 1 .. B ADAMS

". J1r*!. fair 'ISOCt"'I omis (rom from Indiana lonville lastVa I ; ..kTla.> parties yesterday that there were no heavy character is admitted into the columns i iRECEIVING

,, ---.fur l'ennvyba"t'falLreefrom from Illmff.' two: Missouri Mr. Dan, of %:a. yfd.: a, lady from cases of yellow fever ia New Orleans of the Wu :u. It is an elaborately \ to Pay fOur

P ..i jrtfws..0 rom Iow > fro1leonIID.. one: fieorgia.. TLeyVjd De. ?.md prior to ROME, September C.-A dispatch from 1 compiled compendium of the best'thingsthat prices are bjM Ese of any other
in the DAILY Kiws. The telegraphic UnlVBlates. --
appear the No extra
dealer In
from Ui.ianr.u"l one, fromjjaryland.Mr. the wedding da j l kie! maleu4iaviag been Turin' announces that Cardinal McCloskey despatches of the week are reedited charges for drayagfil Sng or freight. ,

W. Du1eRf-.iske Cjty, bat jnet arranged by JeUlrN.. ; j "x"The passed through that city to day. He will I and carnally; weeded of everything We prepay freigfcs-ftd deliver goods -J of

t ug sasptaaUmij( .&..g rove. :. 4l.t. 520 Sanford JU lsay.:. 0rlando arrive here to morrow.HAVAXA tLat is not strictly of ft news character hallo free at any depot;ojnfi; ; ne of the NorthEastern G
Joi.b.J tree.ttT-edq:1 '1111'R yesl g 1:1: >Ylb contains full reports of the markets ; WilmingtoJsnTGolumbia, South FORTTAS RDIN. _
1ar. ."" pecan tree some and vieinily is IniprlVug. teql rapidly. September 4.-Advices from : thus, those who hare not the advantage ofa Carolina and Char J and Savsnnahj
He baa *"higb and i tM- 01 fruit; also\ grape New dwellings goiu; Jp In'tit& direction, Kingston, Jamaica, report the arrrival of daily mail can: get all the news, for six Rail Roads also.V K points in South

fruit pixiy: a4swet fed <<; ....ne trees loaded with additions to new hours in 1p Xn, old bou the!! Mexican man-of-war Independencia. i months, by sending One Dollar to the pub'lishsr Carolina, Georgia a&Bnritia, having direct Gfi.XKR.vi/-
: or for one by sending Two D
year water commanijfpjfa with Charleston.
'fe cea
fruit.: -- I see being demolished;| ew taking I N6.1.o&: ", September 5.-A Rye Beach Dollars. ftA.\TEEV.

)roar.. Groses! )t-l;: Ju. -We clip the the place of old ones,*} n7fa7>ket Louse, N. H., dispatch says the laying of the direct I The DAILY Moaxtx News is the same ALL GOODS '
,. ia.1.t0 above well and clean streets area*J r.V t: J,, reliable organ of public opinion that it has TKKXS-Cash by order or Regis .
i it United Slues cable was completed -
(ulloriog .mp\'o"1 always been-vigorous, thoughtful and tered letter or 30, M) days city acceptance
known an au from a late inenti. ... yesterday morning, amyl messages were I conservative in the discussion! of the issuesof with inter tJeJ at 1 per cent: COMMISSION MER-CHMI _

t 'tilflt'lt: The,editor of the Jack .. D;.Jf1.; cA Las transmitted to and from the London office.It the day, and lively, sparkling and en- a month. Always e this advertisement -

withleastir oeen there. Hear. him taiixe t' }\Vhis. will be open for public business withina tertaining mite presentation of the news. with order if Dleut.ListcNetPrlces. /it.
eorge'Ginly' tbr< tey Las a downward tm .,.byr and we see few days. I In gathering and publishing the latest information ,, pence to Add. '..
is agniftetltJL; : 1. Kim- I and in discussing questions of *
( .
I. tal. Finest quality You son tea-quality FLORIDA--
idle )oeJ t 2ew lease men spoiling original j av Naw Teak, September 6.-Ex-Judge I public policy, the MOKXIXQ News is fully unsurpassed, exquia'nor.y and great : -, 4. '.- W 5.. :
cuts by daily gulpi '.e liquid abreast of the most journalismof .. 1
e'b. tel, w Cum to ; Morris.Tilton's counsel, isbuisy preparing enterprising $1.00 $ his Tea ,
strength, per .pecialllrecolDlDen.led. : .. :
t'u ton el will atone* ., oculus I the times. Price, $10 for 12 months ;
papers for the second trial against Beecher.Mr Fine'Souchong ;quality Oolong,
a I arrangements fo : y;; radio $5 for C months. GnnpowdeSl.OOperft. nd Hyson Teas,
another of Tilton'a counsel, ..
Wilt, still I further .agtom..f1In Pearsall I The Tat-WtawayKaws Las the same .
tP he o Lmenl! and make it : n ona, stated that the action is bona fide case, and I features as the DAILY News. Trice $6 for lb. Third quality Second Teas'told"by tyQ lily eas,80c.other dealers per- '-0- .
i hune 1Camo-
i!' Southern hotels.Thu T. is No. 43: on the calendar. It will be 12 month; $3 for 6 months. atl per.; you c'V Lave deliveredby
,,& news to the mile flower< $ench kerne JIiri umber reached about the third Monday of the Money for either paper can be sent by us at 50c.per lb. Crushed Sugar 8J Ibs.; !

thou i friends all charcoal\ and Jerusalem o ti- month.Sax P 0. order registered letter or Ezpressatpublisher's Powdered Sugar 8} s.Granulated A Sugar ... -- -
oycr, '-\ r The South FiufilsJou: .. oI I hi 21st risk. augT'tf. 9 Ibs.; Extra C Si$ir.9} Ibs..Clarified ALSO DEAI&R IN" '
,.- ;: .i, F&A5C1SCO, September G.-Tlae vole Brown Sugar 10} IbsjTin't Brown Sugar, 5- t
: tCenu ears of thetiateI Inst., says: "'tb 1811tbe.at'l(' toper'lof ; as far as returned is as follows : Irwin, RECEIVING IXD FORWARDING 11 Ibs. for f 1. Limey Peerless Family

!e .eivQ1 trom thre Orange county was vain '. 0,6tO ; Democrat, 43,000()() ; Phelps, Republican, Flour, our own brand.trmde from best Vir- i iI
't the S 1872 '' 808 in --- ginia Wheat-an clegt. .t article 20 Ibs.foi .
1 Ten in 25,000; well, Independen,18,000. $1 $9 baizeL Good DRYGOOD a
It. TeasdaleHAVING or per Family
.. 1874,$774,659, 'in.1875 'be boob Henry
I' legislature returns are n9t complete, Flour, 24 Ibs. for $1, or $7.60 per barreL
,, t., 1870 it are made op, they .h &lIon or Democrats will have an overwhelming ma Extra Choice Finely Flavored Bagged Hams ,

""t'>,f reported $890,500, or nearly dou or 1871. jority. The contest for Mayor is still superior Steamboat Warehose ICc. per lb. Extra Choice Breakfast Strips,

be y \ : qty. of $' -54e ,- In 1874 the number of polls jRrnei lI"a- undecided, with the chances in favor of at all times to attend facilities to will the business be pleased: of 16jc.eizel-c.per lb.each.Choice 21bCanned Tumbler Tom1Lou Jellieslarge,1ac. I

u." area w u h ,80. This year there are aboutJBOO, and Clayton, Independent Republican candi their friends and the public generally. each3 Ib. Canned Tomatoes,16c. each. lIb m.IADw.a>>

,rPoputawwu t was Urge number of settlers whs have come date. The constitutional convention prop maI11'6. .-tf. :Salmon:! 18c. per can; 2 lb, Canned PineApple 0

ed as IOC' us. t.' + ..die. in since March, of whom no record Las osition is defeated. -- -- Notice. Peaches, Tamso&j, and Pears, 23c.

iue of property ..1 ; .i : been made on the tax books. Can any per. CAU- C cans for $1.30. Best QualityJtixedViregarPicklespints.lIe.
MOXTKKAL excitement
September.-The each
Sated ui ,4 good a
oiler county in theGailbord easels on the in All pertous Laving demands against the quarts 27c. each gallons,60c. caeh. Con
ner," which we c1if' teR0 elicn sboyipg:for progress in properly' and peo- crease. A large number of French Canadians % teof Jobn McDermott, deceased, must densed Milk Eureka and Eagle Brand,25c.each. GROCERIES r

the figures as.. to t loa!"' .. p'easthis ?" inside the cemetery all K>t them to the undersigned within Gantz Seafoam, } Ib. 25c., Iba. 60c. I
"I.O-I' ul'sCu ;J\l\ 180 paraded dayl. J 'ne prescribed by law, or the Statute per can. Lemon Sugar, 40o. per can.
j The ftuincy: : Jpurnat, ef the ISlh ult., cubs and that amokmeat's t
nourishing boasting
will be pleaded in the bar U the expiration Dooley's Yeast Powder, 150.,250. and 400.
given at ;Jfos :,\J he reo 1 says: ;"We Lave learned from Colonel S. warning wonld bring down 3,000or of the period aforesaid. per can. English Cooking: Soda, or Package FURNITURE

are character =-:' dt I' Hamblen, the cenjus-taker for Gadsden 4,000 reinforcements from the mountains. Jour P. WALL Soda, lOc. pel lb. } Boxes Sardines
M Executor of the last Will of John 20c, boxes Sardines, 354:. each. Shadincs -
J. J
:.u1 up. lI.nanJ1 a 4'J county, that )Le{ Las so ftp enumerated A large pile of lumber was to-day ;
unties I to which .mt.r rranlt'i i McDermott deceased J boxes,25c. each. Cos'sSparklinGel4ae -
sometlij Purer C,000people,, at4}J out cf visible, this they claim ia for trenching .t! 20c. per pack. Capers 40c,, Olives, .. CROCKERY
h i It, but ,the'iDe ass 't'tcjhy : that tumber Las reported but fg ty-four, tb\ lehCl. They openly nourish their we.. W Worcestershire Walnut and Mneh- -

does not 'het"It. :... deaths.for the past year; There) Is ab.out1 revolvers and laugh at the idea 0:the mill&ry 1 l[room Sauces, genuine Imported 40c. per

Gen. dote'j,. de- 11,000 people in (the county and at thlf suppressing< Sbtnjier t French Mustard, 25c. French ,
pounce the !it*iij>i ofjLe" tOf'HiJjslra'ion' f ate there wjll} Wabo'ut highly deaths'in and popular uprising of the people. They Prunes, 15c. 1ta linl.-2te.! Citron 40c. PROVISIONS,

10 eubbtltnteeilver! for frac'venal! currencyas the year, including white and polored.: old clam; Ibat if the burial is again attempted Currents, lOco Cheese 20c. Full weightCandies

humbug lie asserts that people and children. We venture the assertion they will take the coffin from the hearses first quality,23c. per lb. Baker's
that there Is not another county in Chocolate, 45c. per lb. Cocoa, boa per ib.
nd of the remains and
make bonfire
every dollar thus paid out will simply go ft ) Broma,60o. per lb. German Chocolate,30e.
,from the treasury: vaults ID the meltingpot the State; or in the United Stales, that hang Doutre if be makes,, a fuss. Dontre, WINE.. per lb. Ordinary Rio Coffee, 4) lbs for $1, LIQUORS HAY

cod crucible; that silver coin is worth can snow so small a death rate for the same I if. is.uujerjtpod, has called upon the privy Put Eschol' choice Rio Coffee 4 Ibs. for $1, choice La. ,
If let them ,Scuppernong; Wines from Coffee, 2} lbs for $1 Old Govern
number of people. they can, council of England asking for instructions. gcayra
te ay 1Ylnempany, county, ,
.. ment Java Coffee, 3 lbs. for $1, Roasted 5
fractional currency *that all. Europeangovernmcjtfi d9 Ii:' } ', 'f( I 3 r. !It' All the vplunteertorer is armed or saltflBy ":*. J. ADAMS. I and Ground Coffees, 6c. additional each

tve| 1 leog singe!. Discarded J 'Mortuary* .Statistics"* '. in r Florida.* J and in readiness. Telegrams from all .' grade. Duryea'n Starch, 9} lbs for $1. GRAIN

stiff' r 'u sfne"asnyjy.7 tabue, and >, 75c. pcrfbox Corn

w\ll be,Tr the act is carried out.lbatjbeth is likely the Orangemen In Ontario.. will be feUreh 13c. per pack Box Blueing, 33.:.
j-eoU Florida Las long; been noted for its per dozen. Barley, 12c. per lb. Durham
here in force to attend the next burial.
silver ana fractional currency will go healthfulness in Winter. We have compiled Smoking Tobacco,600.per lb. Martin's Celebrated &G.

out .f 0trcttUii and lime people will be the following table from the United The Monveru Moftde, which !is considered HOUSE Gilt Edge Butter,40o.per lb. Choice t.. ,
the Roman Catholic : i in Goshen Butter.SGc.perlb. Good Table Butter.30c.per -
elle l I. beftre, to organ an
.co i{> < te.or'.1 once States Census reports for 11500: and 1870,
lb. Butter 4lbs.,51bs., WHICH WILL BE SOLD
riot it Cooking AT LOWEST
restage' stamp at a currency to meet IE* showing |)he mortality lu Florida during article today over yesterday's says and 6 Ibs. for $1

reo,. irmen'e of Irrde. The General charges each month in the year by sexes : is the duty of all good citizens to use their Dilcu.itl-SoJa 12 lb..for $1. Extra Pilot

that the passage of act in question wasactured De'l'i, flyriy tl* CV.*nVa/-f_ t/1SCO and Influence! with the authorities and< the government lOc. Lemon. Wine Ginger and Butter, at PRICES FOR CASH OR DARTER.

or preragte4.l.y tha silver iainers/i '. \ le1\1\ : '. to Lave the body remain where It J'CSONYILLK' ; PLQRIDA. 15e per lb.Nie Kacs.lSe.Fancy Cakes,25c

1.OfItnc( i amo-ng wbotn wa. Jones, of Nevada R---l8G0---, -1S70-, is. Jtssya whatever may be the legal per Ib.In. Nutmegsl&e.per Black Pepper,30e.per ounce.lb.}Mace Spice.SOo 15c.

who JUvl great influence with the Main Females JJaln. frmuttt. question the thing Is now on an entirely per per ounce, Ginger Z6c. per Ib. Rose and

l'retiJ'! and Sceretaiy Bristow. January 93.62 111 91 different footing, and that there are Vanilla Flat Slick Candy.a fine arUcte, e
February ,102 7b.'h) !>''t 113 W which in Ib,0rdinary StickCandypure,20c.
-- -'- measures of national expediency Smith Norton & Co.
Speaking tie Equinox House, Maneheeter .- March W 64 110 101 I imminent! daggers, know no other law lb., Reck Candy, %ny color 22c. per Ib.gate's .
77 73 109 93 ;
April Colgate.. Toilet Soapa-&O different kinds,
VIM the pai'y Saratofiin says : Way, ,t 8 ,81, | |127.1ST than that of prudence: TLa article finishesup a apeetatty of oursat manufacturers prices
One of tb&rieasantcat places atthlsplace June j ,- <47-, *tO f ,. i 78' 70 tfi follows; Mr. Dontre ought to be PUOPRIETOUS. -from $$0 Uoo per dOl. eakea. Col- 1 FORTUNE IN I IT. Every fsm--

at tfars t etzo( .Y tie Itf": Manchester July" C1 60 113 82 warned that to desire actually to force the Handkerchief Extracts.GOe.) per bot- I\ ily buys it Sold by Agents \\\ddreas

\'erI.M-nt, where F. !H.1 Orris the well August 71) 70 112 93 9.4September 76 gates of a cemetery, and ah;w bis deal to TUB; LARGEST ASSORTMENT OF tle, Canhmere Iou|,? net Powder, 25c. per 0. S. WALKER, Erie, Pa. 4w.
78 box. Cleveland's: Pomade Vssa ine. a Res-
kn.wn proprietor ef the E uinos Hou'e, October 882 93 CO the public, is simply to drive the people to iora/ive and preservative unequalled for F01-

LoWs fertb. By reference to another colssn November C7 i Cl ; ; tG C3 revolt, to persist in these moments of the bair20c.per bottle. Oil Corn Whiskey COttBi, CVLU,BOiESElHS JH ill IBM PDILggU0
U win be seen that special arrange-: December 83 12': : '10 1 .f8 feverish excitement in invoking the strict Pianos,. V $1.80 per gallon. Rye Whiskeys, $1.60 -

Hints have been made for the month of - letter of law it is useless to talk. People Organs; $2.00,$3.00. and $4.00 per gallon. Blackberry -
957 I -.749 1225 103'J drink Woll'8 CARBOLIC TABLEST
Sheet Mnalc. and Cherry Uordials.a pleasant
., .S'JI"ber" a fist which touritls at thisrite ( TYttlaealhs lA'ISfO'; "* 1706 in theie momenta of feverish excitement JJuaJc Books $1.80 per gallon Table Port and Sherry rUT UP ONLY I> BLUE BOXES.A .

tfcwsU. understand. The Equinox Is T 'ta)df 4 e i i'g 1j0; 2'G cannot always ,be led or kept within Violins Wine$2 60 per gallon. Fine Old Madeira, Tried and Sure Romedy.
cue of the -.at ftitraetire places in Vcrmoal. and Scotch Ale
l'o ul'Juq in LSCO, HOU4-iA U70, bounds, per gallon. English For sale by Drurgisis generally, and
Mount Bfj"I"oc)1s one of the hl&h'-I 181',748. a.----... .....-. --..-- Guitars, and Porter, bottled,$2.70 per dozen. Bee- WM. F. KlCDJiR & CO. New York

est peaks in the .Arlington range of moun : It will b! seen that tbF total number ot Palatka Wholesale' Price Us. Flutes, wen Lager Beer, bottled!! $2.70 per dozen. .
Demijohns for Liquors.extra } gallons,40c, CACTtOS.50TICI.-THE OEStTIKK xDtrlox.WhREI'ER
tains. Its surroundings present to them deaths for the three Winter months in _
gallons,504., 2 gallons.GOc., 3 gallons,75c.,
'ourint m4ft varied and cUarwiqg scenery, I lbGO were 475, and.in 1870 683 ; three AND 5 gallons, Sl.OOeach. IT HAS BEEN TRIEDJURUBEBA
white the atmeipLere and climate this time Spring months in 18CO, 488, in 1870. 677,- COKKECTEO TCKKtT BT I..7. ;EsJ EaLTIIt. A very Extensive Assortment Crockery

.f year are Dot surpassed in, respectively' three Summer months in.I8C0,3SGin 1870, .rte < and .G1unl'are always oa hand.. Plates-
Dinner size. $1.50 dozen Breakfast,
ekarnessand calttbrily anywhere among 648;
the RKMntains New England At :Man 1870, 45 .. Good Soda 7hj9 Cups and Saucers, $JDO per set. Covered and sure remedy for disorders of the systUm

elttiitft tllt:!..... of Mount Equinox, the It will! Ve ptn froin tie above that the Lemon 13flutterGqo Dishcs.e.,75e..and$100eacb. Tumblers arising from improper action' ., of .the
$ Gaconj 35 Liver and lieweh.
i.riat is reeeired with splendid brrpitall hammer mouths in }$$jsfitln'] lb 12mr 60c.,7GcM$1.00l end $I.SO per d4UD.
t pMft ejr OF ANV HOUSE IN THE SOUTH. Table Goblets.il.20l,60$2.00$2.SOand IT IS NOT IN PHYSIC bat, bystimulating
:ly by the proprietor Af,}Equinox hou\\f' aud Autunn or Fall months the Lealt 1. Ib 14 $3.0per\ dozen. Wine Glasses, $1.00 per the secretive organ,, gently

A betel! first class tn .1I1u apFginUneujs.There 1870and Summer months next Dry 14 dozen. Lamp Chimney's. Sun 0 and A's, 4 and gradually removes impurities, anti,
ii> A clort bond of uuity between Hams I 16 a 18 Pianos Organs, Violins, Guitars, and all for 25c.. B's 3 for 25o. Student or Argand regulates the entire system.

('jiis 'j 1- and Saratoga People who have The Colored People of Georgia J BagginStareK tahGles a ,>ltlitSa': l yr! Yd 40 a 95 16 kinds of Instruments pnmentioned.Chimney s,3 for Information 25c. Numberless cheerfully articles Ytn I but IT is 13 a NOT, A DOCTORED BITTERS. :,

jqstumered at the taller {lace seldom close dandy .., lb !8Colr Our firm was established in 1867. and our
Mr. Charles NordaofT Las an interesting .' : 22f a 21i YES 1TABW TONIC
,Ike. ctewn wib{ ut paying the Equinox a 4 business reputation and facilities are of
letter in IheN.vr York JJtraUoC "',dQu- ., lb 37i FOE REN1: ? the order. We will do all .
,rM'iI I I. about four Ltlt r'. ride from YJ 8 ,y : highest weprou which assists digestion, and thus stimulates -
the social and condition of Dry iso. All orders should be addrested >'>
day political
on the fur food
trr invigorate
,trough as charming: Mesery as 8 9I. necessary to -
out oftiaors. Mr. Orvis has wen golden the colored people Of Georgia In which he' 10l1 JOJI 1V W, LINLEY & no, the weakened or inactive organs
; 3n 'which' elates' on the authority' 'ftbe State Comp-* 12l2} A3D and gives strength lo all the vital fmes
pipjcahiriLe. styls (Key Box 184.) 190 KING STREET CARRIES USOWN RECOMMENDATION

.be re vves and fnteryiins guests at_JLe troller-GineraCsceport! j'or 1874,-*| at the" } l6dli 1.75u july7'75] CflaBLKsToy, S, C' as the large; and rapidly increasing
ihuse. number of colored polls returned 43, sales testify Price One Dollar a bottle.
r.4IlIIlftX Supr D 7.50esCTlAti'
-- .- --- :'""T I 318, whieb. Miuruej.. aggregate v % o Ask yovr prugaist; for it. JOHSTTOS Hot-

Tbe B.ttton'o.t, eaju rni1ng\ on the re- taxable property amounting to JC.157, 3: fine 9.60l, ) 1VKW: YORK OWAT-& Co.PhiU.Pa.WholcsaleAgs. t. 4ir .
-- --
ceuS eeting of the }'a>Htire .Comtuytaeof 0nLich. &* Mtna});y paid '$30,7. diackert. l Kits Old Instruments takengpn exchange for WALERS' CONCERTO- PARLOR

the Union L.Higw.jNi'PliQa.:J l f)phiat>ndikir (axes. ThVy'owned 838TC9ftcres If a erel No I 2 Doe" 50Bus. new ones. Write hod Catalogue and ORGANS -

I tbeir secret conciar* In tbeb ujh (pp. the ;t,:!00,115. Mr., Jord, 95Cwt. J. E. LUCAS, Agent, Palatka, Florida. in lone ever made. The CONCERTO STOPit

jtrpes. .f "keeping Ike glared voters of'tUeS hoff thus concludes his letter; r* LIli4 .ib jone&'ffif. the best ever placed in an Organ. It Is

rtt 1 l rfmih.- eoai iaitfng... Influence -* t Now, r em ember ing; 4 bat these- people isd : produced, ly an extra set ./ reedspeculiar
or the bel1JttCn!.,** say: /TtU is a weje slaves only nine years before j tbat t1A S blishc OU is ChmMdil ia,Cr, ly voiced liar EFFECT of vkick u MOST

worthy an I 'Lard- IMITATION of the HDMANTOICEIS
freedom in 1865 absolutely nothing,
.i JUnJ$te Hors*. 4r elesoiqewhat. dis vhll they stood in, and that they han except not Ligno Gal.. 1.50@2 16 1837 j' fEBB, I SUPER WATERS'NEW ORClIES RAL
courteously:eJ."blockheads," but it is L&ly acquired all this property in seven I Scotch & uglisb ?.25 VESPER GRAND and VIALESTE; ORGANS

one in which labor is evidently needeJ. years, but lived, spent a gre\t deal of 11Fine .".J. 1..00 128 Mq In st t I ill Unique French Cases, combine
.f It'in'derd money in foolish ways, and lost, I do not e tq y .. PURITY VOICING with great volume of
,Tae c ntaminili Democracy know how w njr tliQU nd. ju the Freed, r a :b n,+ht 6 Being now prepared fort- ffit TB.ADK tone suitable/or! PARLOR or CHURCH.
rlreadtieanaidetabtyas lLe...loT..l'j mans Saving; Ilauk. I tbinkit v clearly es' I-- ,, r' Flbey It 80,,15 roc 1875, 1 wish ro call Ihealtentlon of I ''''ntcrH'NcvScnlcPlauo8
ers'iav: *'t''D tn1ntenftn ?'tUceu6Jenee. tablisbes that-First they Lave labored Cadd'ui 3w.et If to merchants to my large ancfvaned stock of HtmTSYILLE
tverBopt Sack nave great pewer ends fine singing tone
la Mississippi rfey protfstrnJt with creditable industry and perseverance; 30m with all modern improvements, and art tkt
the .putJiMn color-line which and, second, that Jtcy l LVe. l teen fairly -Pepper 25 CAIN 'Gr-\.SS, BEST PIANOS MADE. These Organs and
in their of D4g.d
protected rights -'
ihtu'frtts In -Lann '' CAPT. Pianos art warranted' for six years. PRICES
e the offices. Virginia 'y by the DeuMratia rulers bribe Htw!. ry E.4.RTI1E.TrARELOOK.YO GLASSESXEROSEYE CHESTER.MONTGOMERY EXTREMELY .cash
they t. .auure't\isi\ )r*'' jj'm.a> icornfullyjinliff Ixl) 'Bot'think: tie colored people in any Corn' 81 and balance ,>UJW/. monthly payments.or partcash
.4ct< to their e4J Is for Federal other I.1 have visited own half as much Vinegar. Gal. GOODS, JAPAX- .
> >s Extra Bar G Second-Hand il; : timeuis at great bar
Soap-- Family
real estate, or, indeed, a quarter as much !
"IJ'M| t6lir.nlii; and throughout the South this Tea ''S oun Ilyson lb i i 8ng gains. Pianos ...... t'4X ns to rent until
as these of Georgia. Surely says a NED
76@ lr.iIlE.JC., paid for as UKi.ct. AGENTS W.tX-
the tiptrien<<:I: cf the. FUeJro6A" DBk. good deal for the elfrftfi,'e justice and proleoiion t 55 TED. Special per inJucuucgts{ to the trade. A,

she failure on 4* O.or'a' iusarreetion, "given the negro.)"a this p.m0pratic( Pc Shot B. 2.85 40 A great part ofi//j**>rfr
awl other DUaJf, iturcsv'ebeen ;11101ai 3ht.1'' State: _ ominyuba 7.60 Besides' staple goods, I kjtep always a large eke,, Sckooft.'Lodz", ILLUSTRATED

led by ft Uenen of Utse lia)4) CaAKPlos1.-Tbere are all kinds of al Molasses Ga stook cf. ,, The.mere sail from New York.Piei CATALOGUES MAILED.HORACE !

"f'. Lan in a ::},lIr. opepeyhtie! .',Lama-ie.sV1in; these 4ay? y'-*- baniijfnmrs. ) Syrup 60 ? 2, North j3Ily1and from Ftrnondina Railroad < WATERS, A. SONS
r 481 P.O. Box35C7.agi2t ..
,rr i'belp.JIf&1 cwinitnert, cruisers ; Na Keg $05.00 Wharf.: BroadirsrNew
,' ell .. .iuun. ;: ti1l< chaihptou ebampion : -j. f' 4ir.
1 fir
champion base-ball payers.ehampioa) Gal 1.25'kitene business; Sails from Fernandin Wednesdays.'
lie ,M fllUly ofrace> My IhororjrTBP edge 1* OB
b4 tlrtwtbag I rice ,shots ckaapioa billiard players, "5 acquired! b| keM| l tense of over Twenty Sails frown 5s york on ThjRMdays.:
and \\\. 0 t..oit League propose red.] champion pigeon shots &c.. A.e. Oe of 1 1.U@1.it1 :: Years eJ Ht vjuy at'ttfi lowest fig
,iliaC wlthT"lne, *failure Ar the bloody shirt time great heroes of Ihe bmp Is Cap-ain A .' ,CabHna lb t1! urea. a to set t"prle" on For freight or passage apply to

Jfr i. lie otreC "the shot S0g or I'owdsrej 13 which t esu.si afsStseme, HERS GELPCKE, Agent,
II cbampics
tuslf ewt ftJb* prospect Bogardus.: pigeon t "
Its Ju..t3Zeceive'.I
$ William sL
i ;: ... jtike plwj fhirel at iii South d the world," who bas just (Hu ned, JoN .. 121 pr061.
\ supply of Russell's XX Flint GUi
_f' "l:Wjt'i*. brilU"1 tt.5]rtF ite l'.itoh ;yy:'ork, from Engltn" and is now ent Lmokia ... l0lnrhat I Chioine "at wiU stand intense beat and

g1i,' W4. tnorj; of** f.,wr shut! 1.i not jlJliu tt adulation or the whole her jf.rrat ., 7 Ji( 80 1:9 JI" G1lARLEST01' f. C. .ttfUf'.utiJlCn.RTIR: & KING Agents.Ternand" I I not bra B

l' & '', .. ror, J>r ef al i>;;in'Shos.) Such is Cal\:'" Chew.. e t so? ;O .. t,7P y, I. :"mil +pa. "J- wart fc R .. .\tJ.nls.JIII'.j .


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''r ?' s WE:' call upon Ibe Secretary cf the Ir Thcmpsofi, I Cook Carletca. ; Hf. H.

iHEMiERALDiJXOKIDA. Palatka Shade Tree Association I 10 call a and lnJj'cy Pty I tmtJ!here t fu,4Il'r,, ESTATE C.

t i meeting: The object fsto contribute shade II I I

p V trees for the adornment of tee city.! \is Ii
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r P..u..un, ; a commendable J enterprise smJ oughl not silk >0. I, PARKHCR3T: BLOCK,

I to be neglected. Est. C.
.', rSATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 11. 1875. Ocklawaha t under theworkmanship i CARLETON,
( r_=' isss
Denham to city" PATATKA FLORIDA. MmbtsAn. :
:; .of Capt. begins ,
0/ 8.
C -l'a
An OfnciaCI; ot tHelOth
por look like a thing: of Hfe/Thisboafwill not

i .. __ Judicial Circuit. be inferior to either the Okeehumkee or Jest -to.-
t. Osceola and in some respects will be a lot of
t LOCAI, aI iLTTEw3. stffe- ceived
I if I riot when finished, she will be just as also (,0 Keel constantly on hand k large and

t Tnt summer it past and the blind mosquitoes good as new. *
well selected clock of -,
have filled to in an Ir ESTATEAND .
pal appearance. '
.- Tat Fire Company of this place met on at this Dealers in

?; LOOK out for the arrival of Lilienlhal'a Wednesday evening and resolved themselves -' ") :DRY GOOD

large stock ef dry goods and groceries. into a body of Police to patrol the remedy- ,

town. A. committee was appointed to Baby %
, D*. DU .Den .t is in town
T,'Surl o ,
the lawful
to authority Drug
make application
: an J readto wait; .'oponall 1 his paLr !li. ) legalise the body. This is a good move'lnthe ;
, Tat orange trees in-CoLDtTail's lot are right direction. Let the next move ware p1Y} GOOD3>

t in bloom, besides being heavily fruited be to organise that pi-ifat. body corporate' I very ,
for the improvement of the streets.
with fait maturing oranges.HOKSBS Doors,
e I Wx invite-the Editors Y-of Jacksonville prices Boots and r toes'GROCERIES
( running at large in the street ,
you .
\ are quite a nuisance. There is one or two up to an alligator hunt on Dunn'slake. you ,

r mules and horses in town that are danger As to wild game, inch as deer, cheaper .. Provisions .

,: r out to children in the eireet.Ma. tonics, etc, we can furnish without VTVCKPalatka : .A.GJ: .. T8, ,' '
trouble. But to seise, harpoon, and cap- .
.:... AXDKXW SHAIL-CI'S new house .will tare that monster alligator that prowls when Do
: coon be finished 'Itlsa fine building,and -about New hold's landing is more than we fail to .

will attract a host of boarders next can nndertakenn1ess backed by Cedringtonand turnips Corn,

t winter. ,* Babcock the only men on ;bestaffdown good GROCERIES

F Tat: Ocklawaha river will be lively this there that we would trust in a conflict ITlom,

r winter. The prospect if, that two steamers! like this kin -""f":275 Florida. I
: will leave everybody ,during the winter .
travel for Silver 8prtng.ow .. Music 1EIn Grain Hay
" :\ is the timt to look to our fall and
t at ten Ont.-.,
inter gardens To succeed, plant and
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keep planting, until you get a good stand miles :

of vegetables.Wx lion on H.\RDWARE LZQTJOR;'
tropical i ,
t would state as an evidence of in] i prompt attention IA any busin ,
<< to them In their FIRM or in ,.1
in Putnam
provements tounty, |ke connK of the
clerk: has recorded 'four hundred convevj capacity. QUEBXSWARK .. .
races of property' twelve months lures,

Wjuulon't our leading men call a me' -Ma I &: Mortgages Prepared.i WILLOW WARE, TINWARE,

.... ing for the purpose of improving the toy, several I
tained or DO\f- ,
v General
That two dollar assessment with lee are Produce
t ,
spade is just the thing. Dont forget SOx / as Liquors ;
erj, Deeds ic., ; Tobacco;
*df our neighbors Jumped out q- "

bed on Wednesday night; pistol In this their office or at the houses of Palatka Florida.

looking for burglars. The alarm pr); examine has Titles to lands examined. Taxes CIG.ttR...4 & ,
to be rat that of nonresidents or others in
a big was depredating f them
of the Firm.
paid by one
opposite; house. ''";; : Which are .
SMALL parcels o t collon.arrive dan I' yon -
carts from the country. The met"* cash we: Btrca TO COUNTRY PRODUCETaken

buy this cotton in the seed and hft J A. co.gmSlale Comptroller,

ginned, and shipped to Savannah C t-I .II. Qoss, Fla., Circuit Judge.Oaicei- in exchange. 100,000. PoiTndsOF

lesion. FU. Particular attention paid to order .
_----c.T__ ) r::= =- .Bishop, Pres., Fla., Fruit Grow- 'Ii
Josiru AlAxx, 'E'h'. lurch; N ., San Mateo, f la. ,
Dr. Mason. *)Alice:: twelve: mlle(
Moragne, DruggistPalatkaFU.
Palatka, opposite Orange Milf, baring Hotice .., Clerk of Court, Palatka, Fla. .NEW LINE : 11>>

Sheriff is busily engaged In i 9'S Jj Leite ---
& desired, lands cooiitled
young trees on his new purchase present TO TIlEjppel'
.. to us for sale. I ,
Cot Dox father of our friend. 'their [ St.
; young
Bio., CODKISOTO of the Agricultural, shall be Reasonable.
'' 'this said
Mr.John &. Dunn of place arrived
and Brother Babcock of the frttt are unnecessarily diate
here a few days since from California. We
alarmed about the Johns alligators Tut SEW AXl> roXroiTABLC STCANEKr.OLLIE
trust that the Colonel be induced to t'I expected and respected patrons,
may ; "
make Palatka his home. illustrated in New York weeklies, Aug.; introduction of ourselves'- and I M. H. Rogero & C orapril3
or causing the timid to pause before venturinginto their notice will say that we

Way does not some enterprising; party this country. What would Jacksonville _. do a Land Office business if we 1875,
their aid with -- -
one exception, --
put up a saw mill on Rice creek! The or any other town on the St. Johns be propose to do everything; on the \

water in the creek is from thirty*to sixty without the alligator !-No where The oblique in our dealings.

feet deep, and is right in the heat'.of the desire to see one of these amphibious monsters On and Putnam county we have BOY
timber counlr/ jf is this *, .b1ng""that excites a First say in their ccmmendaiiun. liy W. A. SHAW Master,
r' the and beautiful St.
/ when; he crosses the St. Johns bar I will plactd
yankee permanently on the route and will
seen Palatka is in and direct
We hare never the orange look easy
in the leave JACKSONVILLE '
and he never rests satisfied until he with all parts of the known :, from SOlar, wharf
more beautiful. The growth of young Florida every TnnasDAT morning at 9 o clock, for
returns with the trophy of one of these world, civilized and semi-
i Irons is encouraging to fruit growers, anlnals slain in battle.' highest and wild By magnificent sea- SALT LASHC. LAKE: HAESET, LAKK JEjtcr, u
and EsTExriisE
F and the prospect of golden harvests is lowing the trip to New York and WELAKAPALATKAToCOtGESxCoVEgrRlsas MELLOXVILL: VOLUSIA, WE-
cities is but few of
Haltering. .. ,Ox another page we publish an editorial paying ( tern Suitable a steamers days and all Ihe intermediate landings on the
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THE pgriaxAX Baos engaged in puting from the Dad, Sarttogia* about the successof Lot 7 crafts will bear the carious St. Jokes river. s.
the House in Vermont under block IS the beautiful of love- The LOUIE Boy connects al PALATEA
up neat cottage at the head of while jr up expanse with the steamer LIZZIE BAKER
block 19 : from SAYAXXAH
water branch. They are taking the leadin the proprietorship of CoL, Orvis, the gentlemanly lot 5 'in in streams the weird, windings the parldisal of deep and CITT POIST from CH.IILESTOX.

the enterprise of beautifying piLe proprietor of the Putnam House block orange trees among with their golJen Leave PALATKA Tnc.sDAT nightrelurD-

height h this place. It needs no prophet to predict ship 12, the haunts' of formidable ing will leave PALATKA every MOXOAT for

the success of the Putnam this win>er. more or with loud gutteral roar: of defi Jacksonville al 7 a m THE FAVORITE HOME REMEDY _
WE learfc" that our friend Commodore< e Root 'Under the able and successful the N in the forest ..here.tbe antlered For Freight or Passage,having superior This unrivalled Southern Remedy is
11, his shrill whistle of alarm to apply on board: or to warranted not lo contain
of Cohoes, N.1'., will visit our city this of CoL Orvis the Putnam will doubt H. R. TEASDALE. a single particle
lees. Proprietormay
or in his charge. b a place for a of Mercury, or any injurious mineral sub
winter. The -Alligator Brigade" will less be filled with first class guests In the in my or summer Palatka cannot be 10'73-tf. Palatka Fla. stance, but isPURELY
take notice, and meet on the 22nd of this 81st -
early part of the season. healthy all the year round there ------ \"EGETAnLE.containing ,

February at the place ofannualrendeavous.IloxtaTCADS --- --- cr4.lm.J : and be iten. Putnam county those Southern Roots and Herbs
variety of land to suit all tastes which an all wise Providence has placed ,
be the order of Ox Wednesday evening we had a delightful JNO S. DRIGGSDEALER
seems to suitable to a southern clime. In countries where Liver Diseases most
the d./. Nearly every man is on t.laelook drive over the Heights' Salubrity ( all! her location at the head of prevail. It will cure all diseases caused

out for a piece of land. _Th trouble is to is the word. The air is loft and bracing. for the larger class vessels,and IX Derangement of the Liver and Bowels.
Above the river flat breathe the air For the far enough south for the suc China
find out the sections Tange etc., Ite-iure "you of the and its kind- ,_ Crockery, Glass, Wood Simmon's Liver Regulator
I that 1'U get the right.numbers of the land &,ain. Wonder why everybody does not gives her a position not equaled AND WILLOVMVARE.Kerosene o. 7 ..

you with to locate live op there. How. Jacksonville would SaLh portion of Florida. Here in MEDICINE:

glory in this Pisgah'a U.p ; they would the fruit grower has his Lamps ,CuandeIiersUrackets: .
CBICKC.IS are selling; at &0 cents. a pair; erect first class dwellings. rid crown it Calvin in market, as it were, to be sold Lantern Water-Coolers Is cuinenlty a Family Medicine : and by

b venison ICfcenle a pound; beef 8 to 10; with the beautiful. Alas for the sluggish or shipped any time di- !, being kept ready immediate resortawill
0. )[. markets east, north, or west, KEADZIES CELEBOATtD W ATEa FILTEIt8Juon'l save many an hour of suffering and many'
75:>> to 80 cents bushel
potato a ; of and the want the bills.
of. and
move Immlgrtion A. C, i days of exposure in small crafts a dollar in time doctors !
Irish potatoes 50 cents a peckand cabbage needfdl to run np'the heights and improvethe A. Day -tropical heat of the upper coun : Porcelain Alter over Forty Years' trail It is a.t.UI

2 5 cents a head. Ice at 2 cents a pound Is city.' But it is bound to come Cot name .. that oranges are worth twice as lined-top -sealiogFruitJarsRogcrs, receiving the most unqualified testimonials
tbe wharf at Palatka as at points lo its virtues from persona of tb. highest
of the luxuries. ble )
one Heart is energetically engaged in cutting The! miles interior. Land here Smith:; & Cc' Silver Plated Ware, I character and responsibility. Eminentphysician.

out avenues,laying out lots and makingthis tended immediately on the river Table and Poeket Cutlery. I commend it as the most -
Tnt steamer City Point, armed here on desirable spot attractive. overlooked, and good orange I EFFEC1UAL SPECIFIC
Thursday eTeniD,. During the summer i required lands can be had for much less 13ird-cagcs and Bird.seed, for Constipation, Headache, Pain in the

months the :was chartered to run on OXK of our river I Hots, Abe Wylie, was ation in less favored locations* If Prepared oekiog Bird Food, a general Shoulders, Diziines, Sour Stomach bad 1
believe, call and see an com I taste in the mouth bilious attacks. Palpitation
the Deleware We learn that the murdered the S 1 Wm. of said assortment of
on Friday night < by us and 1I'e..m do you good i of Ihe Kidney,, despondency, gloom
.,Dictator has gone to New York for repairs Billiard at Newtown. Newtown is a community in rapidly advancing ibis region I IIonrs-Farnishiog Goods. Hotels, and forebodings of evil all of which are
and will return in time to go on the lice of colored people where Wylie had by for a good start. I BoardiDg-IIouics, the offsrping of a diseased Liver '

by; the first of November. his residence. Billiard gave himself up AUI. 27. WE OFFER FOR SALE : Restaurants Bars furnisned. Orders FOR DYSPEPSIA OR INDIGESTION. e
bj mail promptly attended to. Armed with this Antidote, all climaxes atl
-I and reported that be found W/lie in tie l.- or sale on long time or for changes of water and food may be heel
squats on a piece ef land that house with his wife, and that he beat him, Rent to be paid by orange trees French China Tea Sets, 56 pieces $IG.OO without fear. As a remedy in nalarioctFevers.
it.&D I the place and trees paid for by Stone China Tea Sets 50
lo bios and cultivates It to and followed him into Wylies own lot pieces 8.00 Bowel Complaints Jlestlessntw.
the enl of Lease. One hundred
&, In Instances l!has become Stone China Dinner Sets, 83 pieces 20.00 Jaundice Nausea
many I knife
where he drew his and cut a gash in acres of fine Hammock laud six i 1
unpopularaoaompelldatogive it his throat and an ugly gash on his arm of Palatka, and half a mile Stone China Sets' 10 pieces 5.50 i It is the Cheapest, purest and Best Family

a r to the actual owner. This custom was just above the elb o*. The victim died Johns riter on tbe East side. A Stone China Chamber Se4sdecorated, Medicine in the World.
started < ,Est in the settlement of public imm dUUlj/jroB\.the effect} of the wound's. 88 only
: For sale ln lots suit
2.- ;
m times but, the C.C. Chamber Sets, 7 pieces 2,50; J. II ZEILIX e..
panda early principleprong > It has been currentajuong ,the colored Pine land half a mile tat of Pa- ?
laco" Oa.
Public and private property be- people that the law would not hold a man the Hight's. I 7 Reed's Block, Bay SL, Peace $1. Sold, by, all and DrugyAts.Phi1A/ 1pLia.Sold

'\ttig to the owner, wherever it.ma/ be and acconntable: for killing another, when 3.-A nice new Cottage reiidenee I JACKSONVILLE, : : : FLA by Dr.)loragnt. Palatba. \b4'a3ei
street in Newtown suberb-Full
who ever encourage a principle totljspelrary found invading his domestic premises. I ma1 .181- (

is an advocate of lawlessness Doubtless such tine of Billiard ..L. T
WAS opinion 4nol or more lots in the beau- J 0 fI C IIt Il
J:xlract from Rents Commentaries. he murdered The I of Situated .
when Wylie. perpetrator Orange Spring I $5 to $20 per day. Agents. wanted.
\ of Ibis I..u4ud loon found from steamboat lauding or the All classes of working people of both sexes ''''' !5T f
Vf K are again having warm dry weather himself committed upon an unbalable case. I river. This place is noted for I young and old, make more money at work p' 3i

he rainy season has passed, or we might Previous to the trouble Billiard had beenin F' i health of the inhabitants and a I for us, in their own localities during theirspare r
Sulphur rprings.: A fine op. moments, all the time JfJlJSSIOS
the for have had or than at
showery season we JlEICJJJST.
x/ the habit of his wife and his invalinds :
beating for a colony of or any thing els*. We offer i-I.
0parttively.bat few heavy rains in this cruelty caused her to leave him and leek ., or for a Sanitarium- will pay handsomely for emplltlmen
tiofc this summer. We mentioned tome fine and lands low. Steamboats Full
| a room Newtown, where she was living particulars, terms .
i. since that the rain fall on the Allan. under her own roof. Billiard's wife declares landing each way every day in Send your address at once 11QTL"re F j,
aide bf the Peninsular had greatly season. Now is the time. Dvn't locV7q- roes
coast that Wylie was not in her house that 5.-A very desirable residence business elsewbere.untt. "

e. d' within the last siren years. Argto night, and some of the jury of Inquest give of Palatka, well located well .hat we offer. C SI -

'have a California climate it as their opinlcn that Wylie was called fine and orange appointed trees with, &c all conven- I Maine. .s .\XV se UCCaM(+ iWltr, t

-- out of his own house and killed. lie vas t6.-Twenty five of fine land ....
S. Marshal acrjs .
Thomas ,
; McMur. found dead on his own steps. All things I PaUlka oa Ihe road l. the I'!! t
xrrived here on W.da!tday night with considered, the case goes to show thai itwas tough: : : acres cleared and in orange s* OPl .7k.J1: a h ...... R b[
BKhard, supposed murderer of The best rite t"t'il.
cuance 31etropol"
a premeditated murder, and that the JUt l..q,b_
MeMurry ha4 i It his protected: by jt' :" .. -
,R ) possessiontin Lath OP-l ,
woman would hare been murdered also Safe place fort '' .1.
colored mare which' answered t.fTptlon -, ; Yi}70rida
but for her escape. Wylie stands fair cORK.s n. +
)1'CL wl
of he
anlntl that
was seeninofthe s 11 ..w
with our people. He was considered pop ac<<;'w, Pro Arteti:...
#. murder of Johnson YeA ,
of the best of his cl.... Hi lost is very I icks I ?inImes rl'kfoni
detained here all qighi sanity "I '
for oHI
a *aboard < .. / bIr
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mach regretted. Il i. well that no politir : .' Cir. E
wen the ttearpeg F...fence_ I '. 1i;
nville next lDorDi j. 4 cal capital can be manufactured out cf this plaID k

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1 T' FrailQUARTRRMAN v I wr.w EVENING POST' t .JJnlln-tp.$ ttI, j .'. GE1'EILLL L. B KNIGH &. CO '.

.u ILUSTtlTD! luur ,
H.l'B'fERM..LV..Y, Proprittort.Palatka .
General Produce Merchants and *
A large eight par. Journal printeJ on E. Fla. REllLESTllTEAGENCY
fine white paperand beautifully illustrated WHOLESALE DEALERS LV
P ER Contains 48 colams of the choiceit reading TMii /l'jl'it ttttrly furxithed. ;ollgloKt

powerful and popular Original and Serial ; tTwuTT'ADOITiOAL'' ..OCJU.A .
., i;. : a ,, Storiesr from;well-known writers ability TO BAG GO AND ,6ABS
afIIw.: ': -la each number with from ten-to fifteen Fine BILLIARD ROOM la connection with ,

-'Ni) Completed Talee.Sietches: Essays ana Poetry House. And Guests will find everythingfor :. 'h .

covering a wide range of literalure.an theircomfort. decS'H11.leA BAY STREET, : .. ..
each of the best of its kind. JnclfHoiwillc, '. '. '= rlorldtt ..
We shall also issue double-page illustrated ,

and fashion page supplements, making Walf.l@N[ E@'irI&IL I Consignments otl'ou1try. Eggs Game Fruits, Vegetables, and Country Prodn-J .
the POST tbe best and cheapest Illustrated p Generally, will receive prompt and careful attention. Special attention paid to filling ']
Weekly published alt e CHARLESTON, S.iC 1'I, PA LATKA FLA. orders for all kinds of goods mavl 3m .** j
.1 :
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.J TERMS roij 1875. V (Successors B. M. Baer.) This long established and favorite first D. P. SMITH FRANK ,SMITl :
The roe will be sent to, any address, class House, having been thoroughly renovated
Dealers in eithir aingl/or in club's, as follows: Single and furnished and .
painted newly
subscribers, one copy, four months, $LUO; having had the celebrated"Artesian Water There is an advance movement in lands and SMITH & BRO 7:

sit months, $1.50; per one year, 300. and Baths" introduced, is now open for real estate. The sales during the springand

I RY GOODS. Clubs.-Two copies, one jear pOll.paid, the teception of the traveling public. summer months have been considerable -
$5.00; Seven.eopies, gone jest, $15.00: The Proprietors have spared neither on the St. JrHns river country.The .
r : 'tREADYMADE ; Ten copies;one year, $ 0.00 and an addi- pains nor expense in making this house relaxation so long existing in Florida COMMISSION MERCHANTS .
CLOTHING tional copy ran to any one getting up tbe equal to any of its sire in the south and lands is disappearing, and energy and .
I club. Additions may be made to clubs of trust, by strict attention, to merit a share activity prevails. Before the present era "

II I seven and ten at the rate. of C2.00 eacb.SpeeiPt.m of public patronage.RATES"S3. there were numerous tracts of land through .A.D WHOLESALE DEALERS IX ... .
I el I'/rN. I. .i-i the valley of the St. Johns river and around .
HATS, C.VP3, FOR&ISIIlNa GOODS PER DAY. the upper lakes.whicb were dead capital on ....... .

ACTIVE CANVASSERS W1XVEDin G. ALFOBD & Co., Proprietors. the hands of a few. Now alt of these lands Wm VII I :\! 9 .mtYJnmIIm: IIII tacm Me ;
are being utilised by eager purchasers from t.
npOTS'AND SIJOESdiR&CERIES' all sections of the United .Slates, to .' aog9 tf. the North and West.

whom liberal commissions, :.- t. | paid in There are thousands locations standing IJXrES
"* -t.
addition R. II. Anderson, G. W.Anderson, Jr., I ready to be given away by the U. 8. Gov c .. ..

OUR COLD PREMIUMS J. W. Anderson. ernment. POLL BLOCK.

or Florida is not wel! understood by the JACKSONVILLE ..
One Hundred Dollars in Gold to the Jno. W. Anderson & Sons. masses in the populous States north of j ,FLA i'6- .
b but when true information in rela- r .
q \1 k i1.. t, ; t..f l; t. ..; Agent who sends us the largest. list by September L 0 TTOX t A CTOR& tion to this Eldorado reaches them, they -----l.L i'l
lit 1875. will in force. W. D. DAR ET 8. U KOOKER.KOOKER .

'na 6 m.u1 CD )g 6IIt}. m 9t l) Fifty the second Dollars largest in Gold list.to the Agent sending Gen'I. Commission Merchants. Tens come of thousands of working people it |I

Twenty.fire Dollars In Gold to the Agent Cr. Bryan $Draion Sit.SAVANNAII the old States now struggling fer a bar ';
support could locate in Florida acquire :
the third list.
I; H. f; ) sending largest GEORGIA. valuable property by industry in a few
send for our
And ever'ytMng"""7 kept in a first class If you want an agent ,uaS. Within a short time, orange groves
store. Our goods are being offered at special circular and to Agents, which gives full RAGGING and TIES, have sprung into existanee as if by magic. L .
prices to ctmmend them to all. particulars sample copy IEEE. This splendid country with magnificent .
AER & QUARTEIUIAS..1JA Address distinctly, and make Money Always on hand at LOWBSTMABKBT PRICKS. forests, Its beautiful lakes, its grand rivers
r Ordejs, Drafts and Checks payable to the and healthy climate. is to a world of! E.9 .
Feb13T5jft:.. y A r .JL order of t IlL % : / .. '..l. *i Liltrttl Cask advance made on contiynmentt. enterprise and wealth open At the present] ..
\:. WALKER, REED & CO. '. ''f Cotton end other Produce. time there is no new section of the United! CS'MATRASSES
: mylotf.] 72G Sintotn Street, PAifadel1Ai11'l1.LIA States where capital and labor can be used| ,
ADAMSAGENT Every:: effort made to
J. .
R. to a better advantage.Any
all instructions strictly and promptly t
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.1.' .Co.ssatalt.iptici7d.! 1. \];.t tTIt1tJI.j person desirous of placing their ,
: lands in my bands for sale on commission
I S for the term of six months or more they
Life of Mobile. Lale of Cedar Keys 6 lt1IN G. will be advertised In this column free of NGS.es&Upholstoringto.

\ ? 1 ,V Ill. Jlurtcr & Co. cost. of M Palatka
e N O.2.tueL "cres on
_.. _.. Order
oooudoT ;aioupu ..,.1. .e, ,('" Heights in full view of the town of Palatka
1 ; being at an elevation of 100 feet above the
Commission Merchants and boys can: now be. fitted bed of the river. About 200 young orange between Pine i Laura,) .*-
with.., .: J WfftM': : .rT -;..M.Jo&fny trees on the place. .
I.' .3I ( Out *br made,to' "Oojtrt No.3-A tract valuable unimproved

And Wholesale Dealers In .. '" .:...i! I land 12 miles North of Enterprise contain FLORIDA
154 61-100 It has two thirds ofa
lug acres-
DICTATOR, .... : .- ,' .. mile river front bluff.
POINT. Soiled Coats and Pants Cleaned No. 4tracl 3 miles from Jacksonville K1C'/o :
Northern and 4WesjternGoods, being the w J of n w J and Del of '
VOLUSIA 'oj j ilir/ STSICT ATTBSTIOJC TO BCSIXISSGood I n wi of section 10 township! 2, range 2J oiitlocl to july373&SOH -

friends give us a call I e ai t, con t alnln g'l 20 aereT.. -
00 r Jatkionvillt, FloruJu* .'. ., '" '" No.. 6"A handsome residence two ,
t.A'tg4H OO 'We wcrk cheap for all, .
f I .. .. "I ;10" W I You will find u next door story building modern style on river
H AHART'S E RI'ER ; r.: ( front, and one of the most desirable locations :
To WilliAm Bell's store. In.(own. -" "-

Ati mayl673tf. E. A. BEAUBIAN.C. No. 6-.\ Spanish Grant of about 500 ,
1-1"RI.FEIREN 3M acres, on Lake Dexter at a low price nn
; V. EISS1NEWS improve I. Price two dollars per acre.
R.IffiI 1 1I w,lls.& C4. .
South } stowAustin $.-A Spanish Grant of 500 acres on I
Watson & CO
-OF- :. :.1 T North River, near St. Augustine-unim-

o m & W & 111' & rrinlfoft i Kimball Paul Filler. }, Nex Philadelphia' York. ; :.... \ proved.| 2-A 40 aere tract on the west bank 5 D GUANO.

4 of the river miles north of Palatka.

.Q jan9'75-Cm. |3-\ small tract of 12 acres near
r<., $ Rollstown 3 miles from PaUtka. HART'S WHARF,)

'. | 4-A tract of 471 acres in the Are-
,r. f', : T.f l1I'STEAl'IERS. donde Grant, Alachua county, near Gains- :

--------- 1L lS: gd JJopf | 6-A' dwelling en Palalka Heights

......... C with 4 acres. -
: ROGERS & .. small
T. |8-A plantation 4 miles inland <

., "I.I r 't on the main road: to Palatka 80 acres; 30 !
t ,1ft1re .I' l1 acres cleared good fence. Fish. Gu.ac.o.
anJ'n t taZe'ratlp Bay street, near the PoslofScr, AND CURIOSITY /19-Tract of 80 acres 10 acres cleared. : f Y.; '
1 ...J.U..l&.ii. .. I 80 orange trees and a new house. j

.. pi E i iLf "'" : "",- :. : ... ,1.. J 20-A new settlement, CO acres from5tnf .' FISH GUANO manufactured oa the St. Johns river.tvarrauted: .. simon pure, I
-" -- -:- jAcksoyriLLEFLORIDA.. : ,; to 700 young orange trees some about can be had at 20 per too. ,
t .- DB O ; ; : ready to fruit ti miles north of Palatka. 4 > .

RO EIRIES.1'rorisia I.Tb'olesa.e' .. .. .; I. Good land and pleasant healthy residence.
2 |-Tract of land 154! 57-100 acres. On
Ice. SlaaoL !
\ ia1'le p /.ail. .,.Dealer ..in ,PALATXA : : : FLORIDA St. Johns river. Lots 11 & 8 in sec C a 71 ... .
s ,. I.' gn74u,1 1T: 1 : 19 r SO, high bluff 12 miles north of Enter.
} ou .. '1 -:::----:-. prise. 10K can be had at all times daring the year. FRESH SHAD Furnished

e e'ctlonerr, i 5i I' .C() G S Tourists visitingYalattfa Fla. wlll find 22-H'g1' pine land, 967-100 acres onChrystal daring the season.junei2'75 .
0 latest 'an'd lake.in see 16 & 11 t 20 r 30. Also -6m.] c. E. SMITH & SON PALATKA FLA. \
all the New Fork Daily Papers 39 ;.-100 acres in sec 16 on the same lake.
Novels on band at. Unas' News Depot and Lot 4 :la 24 & I
23- sec ; n } of lots 3 i 4
Cigars, in sec 25 i n j of lot 1 In sec 26 l 19 r, 32, CHARLESTON & FLORIDASTEAM
\ \ Oils, _Glass,. Varnishes, QLD CURIOSITY SHOP. containing 102 73-100 acres with bluff on THE EQUINOX HOUSE
Eto., Eic. PACKET CO.
i.Ocean.*-"-..: .: St. Johns River I
Street, near Bay, (Hoeg's Blpckr), ; 1 I '. *: Papers mailed to any point on SL John's 24-Thre acres of wild Grange ,trees on MANCHESTER VERMONTOPEN : CHANGE OF .SQllEDVLE.The !
'.' A.BRUSHES ." River. Has on hand a fine selection of n w J of a e J of sec 3 t 18 r 29 containing FROM JUNE TO OCTOBER. .
Jacksonville Fla.
< 81-100 acre y
-, -T--J, 4 GLUES, PUITY, & CUIUOSITIES. 25-N i tf lot 11 2 in sec 13 t 16 r 28 -
Orders from the: country TiHl te filed FL.ORAD1: containing t.0 63-100 acres and has } of an

promptly. at. rerj. low rates. Utn9 ;mBURIAL : r S i ; )J q i : I I IK' I All orders will be thankfully received acre*iO of wild On orange trees THE PUTNAM HOUSE. .
and meet with promptatteution. Give hima Julington Creek lot o and e ] PA LATKA FLA. ,
T L UP _-.- of lot 3 in see 28 t 4 r 27 containing 52 75-
4'74 tf.
... call. oct 100 acres. OPEN FROM NOVEMBER TO MAY.Address .:

;o lE .ALIC.:; ::1' U7'-On Indian River lot 7 in sec 2118r by mail er telegraph

ro.SciY 1r.nail p sAlt ; 34 containing 40 acres. F. H. ORVIS
CASES MetropolitanHotelJACKSONVILLE! Xit-t-S8 acres on Indian River lot-2 in } splendid N Y. built siJewheel steamer
at. Manchester from April 20 to October 20:
i t sec tt26r 86.QDTract .
.'/ : ."J ," '" at. PaUtka from October 20 to April 30. DICTATOR
-AND FLA. 40 30-100 acres in sec 16, t. ':
TlSf:. .VATLRTA.LS' T Your attention is respectfully called to HO-A tract of 320 acres good' land 9 I I .' Captain VOGEL
onll Coffins.OF alt's celebrated Radiant Kerosene and "' .: .' Will, until further nonce leave Charleston
: the above House as a first-class Hotel in miles from Ocala or Silver Spring on' the Notteo.U. ,
/ Astral Oils by the barrel, case or can, always every reipect. Constructed of brick and R. R. route. every Tuesday evening and Savannah
on hand. Our stock of all the above .every Wednesday afternoon for Fernandina
entirely new throughout the rooms are :JTe& acre lots improved on the S. Land Office, Gainesville Fla.. 1
goods, is very complete and prices'ruar.. large airr, neatly furnished and ample river at Georgetown at the mouth or lake Jacksonville, Palatka and Intermediate
: July 23rd 1875. /
... anteed fully as low, as in Savannah:; or means afforded for bating. Is located in a George. landings,

Charleston.. clecS',! pleasant portion of the city, near the post- : i.-A very desirable plantation of 100 Complaint having been entered at this EETURMXG:
_. i' ; 1 ,1 .'t JJ. wt\ Office by L. J. Stephens Putnam County Wilt leave Palaika
,.. ollice steamboat Itndings atd other public acres cleared land with a superior two every Thursday evening
Freeman for abandon-
plact!. story house situated on Little Orange. Lake against Getrge.W. and Jacksonville every riday morning
50 ing his Homestead Entry, No. 12, dated to suit the tide, Fernandina same day
RALLESTOWN jiURSERItS All the beds hare the celebrated Tucker orange trees just begiaBing to bear anda
ALL SIZES AND \LITIESta.liu' ; 22nd, 1873, the S E S E
ql springs in addition to superior mattreeses. 100 Spar old seedlings ; to be had at a April upon J | arriving in Savannah and Charleston every
Lot No. 4 f5)) five Section 33, 11
The Reading Room is well bargain the owner has more land than Township Saturday.
and Gentle"ans Robes, TUKEE: : MllfS ABOTtPALATKA .uppU.:1wiLblhe
S, 66 E, in Putnam
Range Florida
Embalming:: done when current literature of the eountrywhile he can cultivate. County TIllOCCQ TICKETS AMD Bill or 11D1SO1TI3
Also, Marble and Marbleixed required. '- f LORI DA the Billiard Room is the largest and finest OI-.\ plat of land 3 miles' from Pal with a view to the cancellation of said TO T&y you, FHItADItmiA.

..:SJl Maudes.. ',;. Consisting .of in this section of the South. atka, 200 acres, with 8A acres under cultivation entry: the said parties are hereby summoned BILTIXORE, AC.
the Clerks
to at
e 'I' Blat Hearths p ,' is. AMinufactured Orange trees,Sweet The tables are supplied w/th meats, &C,. 200 orange trees 4 & 5 years old & 4th of appear 1875 Office on the These steamer connect-with
day September, at 10 o'cloci
fo order and' fqr Saje Ly(1ALVIA seedling. Orange In variety from the North and we hue all the nptabln buddings, in good order. R. at Fernandina, Jacksonville,nOridaj
A. M.. to and furnish
budded en sweet stocks Lotnonn,, Limes, and delicacies which the Northernand JJO-A farm of 49 acres on Rice Creek testimony & Mobile Railroad at
OAK Grape Fruit Blood ,Sbtddocks, Fouthtrn market afford. with 25 acres under cultivation. concerning said alleged abandonment John's Railroad ai Toeoi for St.

Banannas Guavas, Figs, aRatti of Board $3.00 per day ; liberal JIT' -A small" cojtage on Laurel street, J. A. LEE Register. with steamers at Palatka for Mellonville,

,Peaches, Grapes.. ., in terms will be made to parties wishing to for aaJe-che p 40 orange trees on the S. F. 1IALLIDAV. Recmer. ag74wDr.PLEASANS Enterprise. and the tippeT st. John's and
and .
Fonjth Laura
Slred.ietween HegansJACKSONVILLE "' variety,' engage rooms bj the month or entire sea place. with steamers for the OckUwaka river

FLA. ApplesPearsQuinces grafted on the Haw SOB. IJH4-A young orange: grove of 300 treeson For freight or passage apply to
; Apricots Plums, Cherries grafted The proprietor assures the public that the east bank of the river one J mile ; It. J. ADAMS, Agent.
Reference.;-II. L. Hart, or Her aM Of -'dJ'i'' on wild stocks. all oo pains will be soared to make their" sU; Cum town, 1 mile river front, 40 acres of angO tf. Palatka Florld4SUBSCRIBE
fice. < jan9'76lyKEENE comfortable and land with barn DENTIST.
pleasant. dwelling, and other out l -
e-: Srnd/vr. I'firc/,1It. Address Hoping to obtain a liberal shtreof rout; houses and a cement cistern. PAL.\TKA. FLORIDA.

.L .. .\. J. .:ICU'SON.. .patronage I remain yours respecifnllyV fnorl'tf. )- If O.-On SL Johns river C miles! south

O. : ; .. .] 1": B. TOG: I, ProprFelor. of trees Palatka, 7 acres. New house 150 orange Is prepared t to perform all operations
a desirable
\\:11. L'Olt s.1"L'I';. .. _,J.. a-u, ,-- I... tar. very place. the Mouth and Teeth. Artificial Teeth&
t "" : I. ( r; t .:r AS. from one to an entire sett furnished liD
DUlr.r. ,
L ." r' .., r .
0 OQ' = Gold other
ER i : Platina or material la the
TIN :::: :: .
111i 'VNCY Land vSiTJohl: ItL-it/tto A 't best manner. Y.P1)11. T
'J A house with four rooms on lUck .27sttnated :

r 41\1> I In a pleasant part of the town. .t., ftf :'?. _M "" 0 'J' ...
Jhis place has on it forty-five young or- ''' '

;,"f!' Q L trees from three to five years old. Ceneral Agency "of 1 ,llitssey ): .Howell..JOIUJCUS. ..J ..

UMSiJdcJiWP PftOF. Florida. ; INSURANCE: 1
'rlU CENTURY : *

: .r.c?* (Representing Fire Insurance.. : ) to Tit )!

EaT 1N rALATKa. VI1I S RIESlest #wEtoar or Hartford. J\; .

reae' fTr.E,11. pre ea Georgia Home, Colombo, Ga,
A3 jLLe1 Aata MfJBWJ> W *6U. s -- Prof. of analysis by four .'' J c.
rt 417 I't be rte n'"e Combined CapUaTTJgU
rrm -\raDCb.es.or waiCh ag Prof. Sillman, ; SHHion Dollars
t de.
There JOG : Fs Fubst an nhatrvcr." '1;' Shep lion And the .:B11D. '1) & SJltfD.9J
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G10'<.tS $jS$ R J .
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.1,vnIA a, e ,F'.0 t ',1 sued w, ,. .L' SONYILL1i, FLA.
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