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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 25, 1875
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
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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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Succeeded by: Palatka herald

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THE..HERA'LD. tion.novscope for/ the range of pleasant fore daylight and receiving five hundred push; me infix the vault andbury me I A Good Remedy Against Hard TimesLILIENTIkAL !1I

(fancy Then who would not be a lock dollars. for your labor," was the and my secret together. She seemed I .

I c--- tmitb,.:though his faceis tcgrjmmcd r pJy. >. -' i *"* to read: the suspicion and continued"Do
... rags QF SUBSCRIPTIONS l J with thfc soot of the forge acd his hands .It j i. not ordinary work, \ said{ I, not be alarmed.: You are not the

>Per Annum (In .advance-) : : 00! ate stained.with the rust! inquiringly, "that: commands'TO nJunificent i. man: !"
e Six Months, : s i,.r : : 2 00 But I have a story to tell-not exactly a compensation." I could not mistake the truth of the
Three Months : : : : : 1 00 fearful of the remark and I
10 8 story either, for that impliesthe "It is a labor common to your calling : meaning
Single Copy. ; IK s : : tMntisements completion as: the beginning ot a replied the lady. "The price is.pot so shuddered as I bent my head to the .

will be well displayed narrative-and mine in scar eel j. more much as the condition under which it handkerchief. My eyes were carefully

rod 3iicuously inserted In the HKBALDt than the introduction to me. Let him is to be performed. bandaged: before and I was led to MR. B. L.

tfolqwln\ \ rates. ., ten who deals in fancy write the rest. "And what is the condition ?" I in- the cab, and thence driven home by a ,

OniaquarJ? Brevier lines or )
For subsequent Insertion 75eto. 'Wu J i. April-I opeDeda: !littl bop onj !That.you' .will submit being conveyed the ono by which we came. '
every I Kearney street and soon worked myself from and return to your own door Arriving in front of the house thje! .

LIST OF,.STATE AND PUTNAM into a fair business. Late one evening blindfolded." handkerchief was removed and I step TII> rr.OI'GlITOI: OF THE J
COUNTY OFFICESS. : a closely veilEd lady entered mY.lhoP'1 ideas of murder, burglary, and almost ped from the vehicle. A purse of five

i and from beneath her cloak a : I every other crime of villany, hurriedly hundred dollars was: placed in my hand ,

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. jappanncd box, asked to open it. Tfoe i presented themselves.to> mjryis-, ,and in a moment the cab and its roys- 4Oieap

Governor-Marcellns L. Stearns. lock was curiously constructed and 1 : ion, and I bowed and safd.: teriqus occupant: had turned the corner, .

Secretary of State-Samuel B. McLin. was a whole hour fittiog.with,a.key. "1 musLuaderstaudsomething] more and were out ofsi''hL. r
Attorney-General-. Archer Cocke. The lady seemed nervous aT the delay I tfh6'character: 01! the employment as I entered tho, A jshop,and a purso was: Cash

Comptroller-C. A. Cowgill.TreasurerCharleeli.. Foster.Superintendent and at length. requested.me to close the well*.the. conditions to accept your the only evidence I could summon in sttt'e 9 .

of Public Instruction- door. I was little "surprised *at the offers'"Will my bewilderment". and all I had: just :

William Watkin IIicki.Adjntant.GeneralJohn. suggestion, but of course: complied not five hundred dollars an. done and witnessed was not all a 4 .
Varoum. Shutting the door and returning to my swer in lieu of an explanation ?" dream.A ,.

Oommisaioner of Lands and Immigration. work the lady withdrew her, roil,,disclosing "No-nor five thousand." month after: tnat I saw the l.dy
Dennis*Eagan., J as sweet a face as can,be well She patted her foot nervously on the aod the} ge&tleuian! fakeq}from. the vault .
(Poat F"om e'addrell of above,Tallahassee.) imagined\ tTiere{ 'was a' restlessness in door. She had placed too low an esti- walking f f&surely: along Montgomery Has resoh _to sell at origin cMt price within THIRTY days his en' 1)-

f V STATEN SON. thd eyes and a pallor in the cheek, how- mate on my honesty, and I felt some street. I do not know but I believe the slating id i part of- .

Warden-M. )Martin Chattahoochee. ever, which i lain1Jtolt, Qt.a hen till' gratification f jon being ablest< convince sleeping husband awoke within.tqe -/0
and her of the fact. vault: and that his bones there Gcutt 1''ziz iii hlll- God,,
at case, In a moment every cmo- :arc to ,,' .. "
JUDICIALDEPARTMENT.. tipn for her had given place to that of "Well then if it is absolutely necessary this day! The wife h Hill a resident

**errxnci t: cat. lu- pity. for me to explain' she replied,"i cf Sl.n": Francisco. shout, Notion,4, C..()e-hei-y,

Chief-JatlIce-E. M. Randall, Jackson- "Perhapsyou are not well, madam, must tell you That you and' equiied to 1

ville. and the night air is too chilly said L pick the lock of a vault, and-" 'II Who Was Hermann ? lio vision*.*, 'Tolmooo.:- C 'I.
Associate! Justice-J. D."eslcoU, Jr... rather inquisitively %I felt'a rebuke In "You have gone quite far enough,
Tallahassee. her reply. madam, with the explanation," I inter.. Arminias. or Hermann,a cl.ssal: statue
Associate Jnstice-R .B. Vanalken- .t whom was unveiled before an imaeiisemultitude
.. "In requesting you to close the door, rupted ; "i am not at your service.
burgh JacksonvilL! in of the of IN ORDER TO :MAKE ROOM FOR HIS
Clerk-Lyman B.rosler: Tallahassee. I had no other object than to escape the "She continued-".You are required presence princes
V attention of persons passing." to pick the lock of a vault, and rescue Germany and other distinguished visitors
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:., .citvbGl;::; #r } '.J "I did note .jeply but thoughtfully i from death a man who has been cou- last week was prince of the' Gbttasel, a.

W.Van Ness Pensaeola.2d continued: my work. :'She resumed: fined for three days thereI -.". German tribe anJ was: born 10 D. C. lie

lit Circuit Circuit-W.-P. W. White Quincy. "That little box contains valuable papers I "To whom doeslEe vault belong ?" became Roman citizen of tha equestrian

Sd Circuit-Wm.. Brjso. ,, SuwanneeSla-? I, -private paper* and I have lost I inquired. ,. order in his'youth, and served the troops IMMENSE STOCK I
tlon. the key or it has been stolen. I shouldnot ")1y husband," was the somewhat auxiliary the Roman army on the Dan

4th C'1I'euiL-RobcrL B. Archibald Jackson wish to have you remembejthat! I I reluctant reply.] ube. In{ the year !J D. C., he planned a .
lle. : here such -errand I uTli i-wh,.so Jtnuchsecrecy: ? ct) insurrection
th Cia.c.iC-J II. Oos_.()c a\ : evcr'Jame on an successful, against Karus, the
Cth CrrcuilIInerTleUiel.:. : she continued with some hesitation; rather, how came a man confined in Roman commander, and defeated his

7th Circuit-J. W. Price Enterprise. and gavo me a look which was no.dif such a place ?" troops with greAt.slaughter; Varus takinghis

STATE ATTOKKKT8. ficult matter IS. understand, ,* ; "I secreted him,there (escape the own life to prevent capture. It was IMPORTED FROM SOUTHERN MARKETS. HAVING SILL 05 HAND ,

1st Circuit-D. L McKinnon, Vernon. "Certainly, madam if you desire it/ observation of'inY husband! !tilt. suspects after the news of this defeat that the Emperor

rciU'rJJ01li.g }ah.A.TaUabusee.3d if I cannot forget your face, I will at i :as muchand closed the doer upon Augustus exclaimed "Varus give
irctIt--Chas.E. K1L't. h.iiio1( i that he bad left the .
least attempt to lose the recollection of I him. Presuming -
me back m3''lllikaU Oeiit it deus 'I!In aT
4.h"! itc it-T. A. McDonnell Jickaon.i11e. i it here." I vault and quitted the house by the
seeing ,
few marched against Arminias with FIFTY
lens BARRELS
fish Circuit-George J. Arnow.Mieanopy. The lady bowed very cold atwbat, I back door' did cot dream until! today 80,000 men. but was defeated. He again OF FLOUR

Cth Circus oeph: B. Wau.yr&nJ considered a find compliment, and 1 'I. t that he was confined there.: Certain attempted the subjugation of with j ,
Germany ,
!1h Clrt"fi i J)1Q.) J1VijJ9n. ;111110n"Ue. proceeded with my work satisfied that a suspicious acts of my husband:! this t.
lOO.DOOiaeB, and afjW'a battle wad ..
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convinced that the is
afternoon
suddenly discovered partiality for me me man '
had nothing fo do with the visit. I there beyond hearing and will! be starved driven across lhe'Rhine.. The Roman Of varied grades.he not take advantage bf the rise in flour re.... ','..w. jfff bi<
COUNTY OFFICERS. husband never attempted to cross the river again, customers the benefit to purchase at former priewe.e* and .*n.e. y *mtlvvt AS Ieoaskltr
cowrrrJ. ..I'.ALUJtA. Having succeeded, aftcr.much filing to death.by rajbarbarous!: It-ne trouble t. how goods; Jont forget the sign
fCTXAM] and Arminius bears the title of Liberator
rescued. For three
and in tho unless
fitting, turning lock, 1 was i-i mediately
,son.Judge. County Court. -William"*"Thomp seized with a curiosity to get a glimpseat days he has not left the house. I of the German nation, which he seeps to .. <\ :.

Clerk of Court-W. C. Snow: the precious contents of the box, and drugged him less 'than: an'hour Jh ,and fully deserve, Arminius' after drivingout ': .
Sheriff-Joseph II. Mann. suddenly raising the lid, discovered a .i ho is now so stupificd that the lock may the Romani, had a contest with. f.arbo { LilicntkaVs Oheap Gusli Slo e. *s..

Assessor Taxe.-Geo W. Lyle. lot of 1 etters and a daugucrcotype, I be picked without his inLerfere e. T Collector of Revenue Cook Carleton. slowly passed the box to its owner. have searched: his pockets but could the supreme power in the natin.
W. E. Ransom. .
Treasurer Superintendent- of Schools-E. It Chad. "She seized it hurriedly, and placing cot find the key ; hence myiapplicationto lie defeated him aqd subsequently :was ,- .. .
wick. tho letters in her pocket locked the box you. Now you know all. Will-}ou himself destroyed by treachery in'Lis own PaUlka Fla., September: 4th 1874. :' of ,..: If.

Surveyor-Cook Carlelon. and drawing the veil over her face accompany me ?" W*' ram .ty. Taoitua, in his "D. Morita.,u ,-- .T

County Commissioners A. Boyd A.M. pointed to the door. I opened it, andas "To the end of the 'world, on,such refers to the eathnilatia with whieh the

Doyle J. F.F. M. McMeekin. E. R. Chad she passed into the street she merely an errand !" -- name of Arminius was cherklml' in hit NEW IMPORTING DRUGSTORE.!
Tenny.FOOTSTEPS
wick .Il5iUIDC whispered-"Remember?" We met "Then prepare yourself; there is a time and the libentot has lived in German .

ON TEE OTHER-SID .I again and I have been thus particular I cab in waiting.I songs to this day. ., The defeat of AT I JrIOLBS.1LB"D RETAIL. ":'.'' .
in describing her visit to the shop to was alittle surprised for IlIad not Varus and thai of Germanieus constituted tI r 9 ,

t In m1 tumble doorway render probable' a subsequent recogni : heard the sound! of wheels. Hastily two of the decisive battles of the world. 1 NEW importing Drug HoOse is now batA" opened on BAY ftTRBST a few do.r

Gating out Into the.night} tion.About drawing. on a coat; and providing myself They prevented the absorp'lon of the A. below the NATIONAL HOTEL, JACKSONVILLE, FI4.*bye : '
two o'clock in the latter with the required implements I
,
Listening to the stormy tumult Pl.rtor : German race into the Latin race as thevictory "
With a kind of sad delight, May following I was awakened by a was at the door. There sure enough of Charles Mart' el. at Pouter, t. >
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gentle tap upon the little room back of was the?a.I>y with the driver iu. his ,
Walt I.for 1 the loved who comes cot, checked the progress of Moorish domina- : .
the shop in which I lodged. Think seat ready for the journey.
whose;steps t 'to Bear ; tion in The Times I
One long ing of burglars, I sprang out of bed, I entered the vehicle followed by tho 1U.pe. Philadelphia Who wni seep constantly on hand pore English Froneh sad Gems.JDrM MeU1ci.ei:
One who, though he lingers' from me, and in a noment was at the window lady. As soon as I was seated, she gay of the monument: Chemtetes Perfumery.. with all the late D. Ms4ie( preparA(4t of the day.
Still Is dearest of the dear. "Not even the Caezars, whose legions he
with a heavy hammer: in my hand, produced the handkerchief, which by : EVERY ARTICLE GUARANTEED AND SOLD AT THE LOVJ&T CASH PKICfiiMANUFACTURERS
Soft he cornea-now, heart.be quiet, which I usually kept at that time the faint light of an adjacent street overthrew, possessed its equal. The great

Leaping In triumphant pride ; within convenient reach of my bed- lamp she carefully bound arpund my statue, which was unveiled in the pretence OF THE "FLORIDA PINE TAR OOUQII SYRUP." .I
Oh! .it l is -stranger footstep The lady seated herself besidemC of the Emperor ITHielm and a bundred -
eyes. Combined with the & Owa
"Liquidam&.er ire Sweet
SllraoilaA" or
Gone by on the other, side."Wbo'sthere1" I inquired, raising ) and the cab: started. In' half an thousand people is on* hundred feet high, of the best "Pulraonifl Syrups" ever used ; it relieves ij\ Coughs Sore,teat wk-idt Wiekn..s farce one
"i r fAll and into the hour it in-what of the and standing on its lofty pedestal 1. erectedon Asthma, '
the night seems filled with weeping, the hammer peering out stopped part Hemorrhage Bronchitis fie, No possible harm iro&H frVni Its use,
darkness-for it was as dark as Egypt city I am entirely ignorantas jfjwas a high hill, will tower far above the bong a"Syrnp of Gum"
WJhds are wailing mournfully; when under the curse of Israel's tied."IIistl" driven in any thing! -bat a dire t"'course Colossus of Rhodes. The latter according Special attention given to the Prescription Depirfmeut at all beers *f tM day and
And the rain-tears altogether night by the mast and reliable
exclaimed from a point of starting. to Pliny lived daring its existence competent Pkarmacitt Pills gilded wkh a ,pewHitr
a figure stepping
J Journey the restless tea, weh I gold or silver powder made in France for .that purpoH,whieb dfcrirM them,.f all .
in front of the window; "open the*doorI Examining the badge, to see that my was seventy cubits high' ; or one hun- I pleasant taste and odor without impairing their efheaey in the l+idI .- liDI
I can'a.nel, Bea. pujnnrjmur.' UoV/ hate business for yotf." vision was completely obscured.tiio lady dred English Jet which is precisely the I Medicine Chest furbished and replenished with care and aeeoraey at tt).rt BfttfeW" '
As they with'jour waters "Rather past business hours/1 should handed me the bundle of tools, and height of the giant of the Thuringianwoods. Also on ban Fancy Parisian Ornaments (Parlor and Toilel), Lubin's' Genuine Bx

Lib the grief of single beings say; but wko are you?" taking rue by the arm led me through Phildias' greatest work, the Jupiter tracts, Soaps &e., bought at 85' Rue .Et Ann, Paris. j .
All
orders from distance filled.
Making up a nation's woe. that would harm into house which I knew a promptly Thirty years experience Und havia-
'Np one you, returned a gate a wasof he framed for the EUans, was ouly for seventeen J ear- of that time given personal attention to the ba9e and Im wrtat:
piir
Tranches bid your guests be silent the voice which I imagined was: brick ; and after taking me througha sixty feet in height. The GtffiSaa work tion of dru;s, &c. from England and France) warrants: tla&>belier that entire lathfae..
Iluih | moment, fretful rain I f' 1 rather fem nine fora burglar's. passage way which could not have: of art was designed and wro gbL \>j one lion will l>e given to all who may favor m with their" kind attention
"No that !"' I been less than feet in and Sov8'74-tf. J. I. GRIFFIN i CO. ,
Breeze;; stir sighing.'letin a listen- one can replied emphatically fifty length man, Herr Ernest Von Baodel who devoted Druggists Jacksonville, FU
of I down ofstairs into what vtSS ,
by way a warning as a flight IJ
God grant'not again In vain between Jftrty' and forty years of labor
tightened grip on the hammer and evidently an underground basement '
ay '
blood ia mental and manual, to it, and who las immortalized -
In nucheek 'the rosy. N. H.
proceeding to the door, I pushed back stopped beside a vault aid removed the MORAGNE.: :et
: hUnself a well his hero. !
Like the blushes of a bride ; J as
the bolt and it and discovered handkerchief from .
slowly opened ., my eyes. .
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Joy I-alaa! a stranger footstep the the "Here ts tho '"said
stranger: already upon tuttopen: it/ Capturing .heS. ,
Goes by oo the other side \VIJOL.ESALEIM> tIET' rI .
; steps. she springing the door of a dark la.ntg .
Ah hew many trail forever: .'What do you want ?" I abruptly ,and {throwing a gleam of Jighfujon the The greatest feat otan Arab Uo,. is v J 'I

For Fhc steps that do not come 1 joquired. .1 massive I lock. capture.an ostrich. It is tie 1 est or DHUGGrIS: ;

Wait u.fi1I.h.-ptt1Inr a8g la'' c. J .. '"! will tell you if you dare open'the 1 seized3PbtirTih: keleforHLeys: living birds, and probably the >" t. or

Bear them to i p'eactful;> home. Door wide enough for me to enter/' answered and after a few trials-which the lady all living animal. Being very and AND DEALER IN '

the same voice. watched with the most painful anxiety canhous! Ted \living on the tangy? pTains .
in the still of .
midnight i1
Many '
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"'Gomoin, said! resolutely, ; tl.iV1T- sprung the bolt. Tho door swung upon where there is !Ikile chance to \mf it by '
In'lhe streets have lain and died DRUGS '
jog the door ajar, and proceeding to its hinges and my companuflH: elling suppr nnly be ca J by a CHEMICAES.OILS'

IVhife the und the of other human side foolseps. light a'cattdlc., \ ,' : V'r ',\ .me not to erose ft'as tiL was self lock well-planne -J pursuitwith m m 10 It <.t fi :D; it !p mn-11! !!. mU 9':', '
Went by on '
HaVing1 succeeded, !,(utn"cd10 examine Ing sprang into the,vault. 1 did not tl.e swift horzTC ostrich leas PAIXTS CICA1CS

IiE-m ON VAt1L'l'. my visitor. He was a small and follow. 1 heard the murmur of vojcessnthin two curious habits in running when alarm .
neatly dressed gentleman with a heavy and the next moment the lady. ''
ed. If PURR FOR JtEMCAL .
always starts with outspread wings LIQUORS
I ID San Francisco and am a lookEmith rt.llrOfE ..
Jive Ilagtan around his shoulders 'and a re-appeared: :and leaning upon her arm
against the Wind BO that it can scent the
by trade. My'calling is a blue navy cap drawn suspiciously over a man, with a face so pale and haagarilthat : I ;
tran o one, and possesses a certain fascination his eyes. As I advanced toward him I started at the sight. How he approach of an enemy. Its sense of smell G-a; d.e Seeds d'cc.&c '
it of the most fa So keen that it can detect a person at agrtttt .
ono '
rendering he seemed to hesitate a moment, then must have. suffered during the long 3 -
vuriuits. bile! *who< ow distance, long before it can be seen. .
agreeable raised the cap from his forehead and three days of his confinement! : :::: -- :: '' : : :': .
It in it but labor-tuink of The other curious habit is that of runningin .
see nothing looked me curiously in the face. "Remain here, she said handing ;.: .;
nothing but its returns ia money. Tome tl did cot drop the candle bit I confess me the lantern"Ifill be baclc-in'a: a circle. Usually five or six ..estricltts{ .

it Ua other charms than these. I to a little nervousness as I hurried. oiinuJe." ,.' are foaml ll in toraVanWhen. .dUov reVl, Pure) Ohcmiculs! all ll.: Genuine .1Jillgs!

am called almost daily to open doors, to i ly placed the light on the table and The two slowly ascended the stairs, part of ihe hunters,;mounted on fleet Lor- -" I; ,

peer into long cdglcctcd} apartments; to silently proceeded to invest myself with and I heard then enter a room immediately ses, will gallop away at right angles to the

spring the stubborn locks ot safes and two or three necessary articles of cloth above where I was standing. coarse these ostriches have taken. When

gl lot upon the treasure piled 'within to ing. As I live the visitor was a lady, In less than a minute the lady return tl ese hantersahink they have gone1 Car Will be kept constantly en hand, too'!ther with a FULL, STOCK..: the '

quietly) i cntct Ihe apartments of ladies and the same for whom I ha with more beauty than discretion, and little box a month before Having Shall I close it madam: ?" I asked, likely to take; they watch upon some rise OEI.. RATED PREPA3ATIONS OF "''"*
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pick the locks of drawers con completed my tasty: toilet I *ue.nptcd placing my hind upon the door of the of ground for their approach. If the bun. <: :: v'

taming peace destroying tausives, that an apology for jny rudeness" but utterly, hrault. ters hits the tJb.lJ! place and ree. !the: ;Slit JOHN VVYETH .& BROtrtERr. .
the dangerous evidence of srandpriog failed. The feet was, I WAS confound "' "No! no!" she exclaimed hastily, seizing ches they at once start in purshit with "
affection may not reach the eye of a ed. Smilingat..my discomfort, she ray arm; "it await? another occupant fresh horses and sometimes overtake one ** *" *
To the the of
husband assortment of which I would.tall especial attention Physicians
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or father possessing the-iuys- said.-, 1 jliW '::' i'or two of the birds, bat often two or three
tic key; to force the fastnings of cashboxes "Disguise is useless. I presume. rourecognize "Madam" yon c Aid .. ,
depositories of recordstcllingof ** ..:eM a' -" '
me ? to- if oui withsoiharpAsoTUta ahe, :: ,
mat made of rich of I corporations, pl "I believe.I told you madam shouldnot ".\rc you reau p she interrupted .. --.- Paldflca: ; ,:,'f; fo 'l(2
dered, orplims 'tO b&1; a>f.45 ll1n-j : holding the handkerchief! r
yohrface.Itwhway:
soon forget impatiently lot of the celebrated "Quaker .
crushodor families ,., .
rnme'L -
clrarnrinthrs- j< Is can I serve you ?", __ I to my eyes. The thought Blihedacross 1 city" shirts joss received. & forsake-at J.',.'. *I .'- ;: .rr :! .m. !1..tt.j:
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'H.i"R A L D There It a railroad r Florida on which September 20.-The steamship ='

I v the can run eleven: mile an hour-exactly Australian loading with cotton for :

,- ---p. LATKA- fLORJPA. eleven mile an hour eleven miles : Liverpool sailed en the 17ih, and went New Goods !

..__._ by the .watch and the atock-holders swing ashore on ht. Barnard's sixty miles west

,. SATURDAY, dEPTI )13ER. 25. 187S"o their half, and shout 'hoorayl" This I of here. The vessel is lying in seven feet ADA"
of water. No lives
Railroad. were lost. The bark
must be the Tocoi
i"pV Holland and Miss Holland oft w
L V. Edward McDowell
was blown ashore in
' at the Equi- The Lake City Reporter says : A small RJ1
registered
Florida are: recently Bay Bayou. The
steamer Beardstone
boy was bitten by a rattle-snake last week was\ ,
I.ox House Manchester'' VI.r near tic Section House while engaged in driven from her docks and broken to pieces New Goods! !

r and a number of lie
The neamsblp "CU, ofAllan'a" was picking cotton. The immediate pouring i crew lost Twentyseven Y

t launched oa the 14th insU. at Greenpoint era goodly quantity of"crooked whisky," men on the government works when RECKIVIA'G,

t N.; Y. She will be put on the. New York saved the little fellow's life and he is now the buildings were '..e1 t away. They 1-

r aul C1&ul.tOD steamship line about 1 SoYerober > from the wound clung to the piling all night. All) were
rapidly
) lit.I recovering than from the more effects of such "lightning"medieipe. saved but two. The damage above on Bay AT ESTI C. PARKHURST I F.QR WARD ING.AND .

Bayou is reported very great Commodore h
TLe gale of the l&ib,en the Gulf extend Morgan's dredge fleet is reported ashore "'t_

l ...J from Key West to the Rio Grande. At Captain F. C. M. Boggess Informs us I fun Fc, September 23.Nearly full GENERAL

t Chaflag Hay It was reported higher than that the crops of Manatee county are very I returns tbow that S. B, E kiDS is elected

r fo a it has been for eightr jrears. There has good the orange crop is larger than ever delegate to Congress by one thousand five We beg leave to inform our patrons and the public In general that we are receiving

been n. lelegraphj/j; 'r+bmunicatwi with before known,-Ihe people are planting hundred. by every steamer direct from Boston, New York and Baltimore, where we purchased-

\ Oalreston t.da"1' 'e steamship! St. orange groves generally-I hat they are F. :. Tollry a Methodist minister was exclusively for cash COMMISSION MERCHANT

!lacy. from Havana for Galveston put 'in I expecting null steamer which was built shot through the heart. His

: at tie Northwest Pas. Slia bad lost her I at Fort Meade by Mr. J. C. Rockner that the to found tied to an adjacent tree, There horse is was no The LarB81[ and Best Selected Stock TO 01fBrBd r iUHatta.

: rn d.hf'r wheel-bouse was navigate Peas Creek : and also clue.

I health of Manatee has been good the past PALATKA FLORIDA: .
in ,
ton There have been tremendous storms e
-7ff Guardian
summer. r/J
w It 1 1g2'.n !':bat men will l persist ins during the past ten days. WE ARE SELLING
Sanford Journali "W learn
t *>.o/e regions of the West From the Los Cruce was nearly destroyed by a

fifty hours of I that Mr. Ingrim Fletcher of Indiatfepolis water spout.QUISCY. .
and Cood Calicoes 7 Cts.
New sor11ntt'AitbiD; millions of Indiana, with the liberality that character ILL, September 20.-D. D. -0- 1

,. ; In a genial flu the enterprising man, has contributed. Merriam & Son's.lumber yard,, and half a Drown Shirtings, 6 1-2 to IO Cts.

e-irotte. and n ,etweentheNorthern 3590:, toward a church and $300 more toward block of buildings were burned last nigbt; .-'.

anl Southern) .s. Besides which a school: house to be erected Hoosier The Merriam'a loss is forty thousand ,.. .> Bleached Shirtings 1 1-2 12 Cts. : .

soeuM bttsinwt ,.- loelinatioalead them to Springs, and if the peop1eof that sec dollars. The other losses are about twenty ALSO DEALER IY !
return tion will take bold< of the matter he will thousand. 0-4 Shirting Bloachod, 35 Cts.
revisit their ol<< tides, thrr. can .
extend still further aid toward the erection
liters| l. a tee t'f't' The lime has come PHILADELPHIA, September 20.-The Kentucky Jeans, 121 cts- : i .
of Masonic Hall. Hootier Springshas
a neat
f" substitute Sof hp Re'GoSouthOrJhati verdict in the Westervelt case is, guilty DRY GOODS'
just cause to be proud clinch a citizen.IiDCBTiDXtssor ; .
"Go We ,' I': on the last three counts in the Indict L.lcking,101.2 cts, i
i B B SBt*'.:.- Voirsta COCBTT--Ina ment." ... SIt.

t'o'n ? We are that. letter from New Smyrna to one of the WHECUXO September 20.-The cornerstone AND EVERYTHING ELSE IN PROPORTION. r. .. .

the t ,wlnmbus inri' departments, we bare the seen following of the new capitol was laid to- ay 4

4s is creasing;, and : to. statement of the indebtedness of Volusia with Masonic honors. Business is sus m DW& B :

ass -tari pr"poruoDl.' '7'Ul' ; er.'e county : B nds, scrip, and other evidences pended. D

C t+ ( offered fine inducements to I iudebteJness., issued since last report QrcBEC September 20.-Twelve inches Q r. A B All!nZiW !)x.OU S r.V8S. .

\ t >mars" and now a great deal of (186Sto( ) August 10th 18i6. $25,037.- of snow has fallen, and fruit and ornamental "

and gr,tcencs consumed byor.dt 72; total amount of scrip and warrant re- trees are damaged. NEW YORK

t '.. is Bupjlitdby Columbus dee :ed, $20,788.27 ; amount outstanding LOCUYIILX, September20.-The outlaw GROCERIESt 1 ; ,

e ilb i to ge: some idea of this at present $4.219.66! ; due from Slate Jesse James, wounded at Pine Hill is t. .
U i go down<< to the wharf and wit ANDFERNANDINA ,
Jl.370.84 ; dae from Brevard county dead "

I wading ota boat: bound for Apa- $725.13; due from L. M. Hichardion. FURNITURE i

We are glad to bear of this $131.49 leaving the county indebtednessat A boy tried his first pipe the other day. I I.A

wing trade If properly managed andS $1,989.17.-Sntintl. When his father cam home to dinner he WINE.Pure ., i I

competition is allowed to Columbus, found a deathly pallor overspreading his ,
There are a great many banana trees iolooticelJo. Scuppernong Wines from Eschol STEAMSHIP LINE. CROCKERY :
&i.f Florida trade will jet be immense. face. "What is the mailer with you ?" Wine Company Richmond county N.C., '..
) all of which well
are
< very
-r- 717Aerl inquired! the amazed J parent. My-teacher or sale by R. J.ADAMS. '. .
fruited. There is no telling what this
n elHZctN Prce rued. is-sick," gasped' the boy. Well, you
genial climate and productive soil will
THECREATSOUTHERNIUSIC
musn't feel so badly about it. Tommy" 1. PROVISIONS
uniii has fair ;
produce, it been given a .
Mall advices<< regarding the trouble between .said the father kindly. She will get well
I trial. Ten or fifteen years ago it was
the United States and Tripoli state I again without a doubt." And then stepping -

that Captain EngU-b, of the Congress thought almosfimposssible to raise evengrapes aside, he observed to his wife that HOUSE IIUN'fSVILLE ,
this but
in section now oranges
nnie the following oemands : 1st. That that was the most sympathetic toy he erer :
a bananas and in the L1QTJORSHAY
the lltrtford should be saluted :J. That pineapples grapes saw.

a. apology should be made to the Consul greatest abundance are grown and that CAPT. CHESTER.MONTGOMERY. ,
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the too, at a very small cost and little or PO
by the Pasha in person. 3d. That Notice.Six .
ofeasive letter trouble. It pays to give all kinds of tropical -
paiVa should withdraw his : JCK50XVILLK, FLO iDA. GRAIN
the sailor who fruits a trial for at the worst, we can .
lothidonsuL 4tb. That
months after date 1 shall presentmy .
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only fail, and the effort will not cost muchif L
entered the Consulate should be punished. accounts and vouchers to the Judge of .

",h. That a guaranty should be given for any thin;.-Hontictl'o Conttitvtion. tie County Court of Putnam county Florida CAPT. FAIRCLOTIIi

the full lprotrcMon of for American Consul The Key West, Ell of tht Gulf"Y' : At for final settlement and ask to be discharged & Co. &G.
from the Administration of the Smith Norton
....1 bully. The Pasha answered that he no time this Summerbas the mercury indicated Estate Michael C. Aagnard deceased id These steamers sail from New YOlk.Pier ,

did- pot think himself authorized to salute higher grade than 85 degrees, with said county intutate. By order of County 2, North Wharf.Rirerand from rnandini Railroad WHICH WILLBi SKA JLJ SWLK

the flag of any nation firs' and asked that the exception of Sunday last when it was Judge. September{ 17lh 1875. PROPRIETORS.!

their at 86, at 3 P. M. The from the si8-6m. A. BALLARD AdministratorSTILIiIFI Sails from Fernandiua. on Wedjmiays. .
this scbjfet} be referred to respective reports .
1 ,I, Sail from New York on Thursdays. PRICES re& C1..qf S K EAKTII.
,uerD enU. To the.! demands he ss- observatory have fre .uintly set it up ".. THE LARGEST ASSORTMENT OF "
: SsiLLT For freight or apply to
seated, and on Thursday. August 26it, as high as 90. How is this ? Are their instruments '.:.a.- .v 1 passage I
liar of order 1 have ,. .. 1IERM GELPCKE. Agent,
p me the grand; settlrmeat. Captain out or they an
On the :3 William
:F'Orpnl. st., New-fork-
of the Hartf.rd, accompanied by oven under their instrument-room? Mr. Pianos '
mny First Monday in October Next 1875 Or W. J. WOOD.'ARD,
several officers from the ships, repaired to Wm. Curry has a large number of thermometers .
I will offer for sale at the Court house doorin Sheet Music Representing CHARTER & KING.AfenU.Fernandinai .
the American Consulate where they met the at his store, other merchantshave
I the town of Palaika Putnam county, Music Books, F
Cn'ul of Netherlands and the United a number of them for sale ; yet they. Florida! at the legal hours of sal, to the .:-. Violins,

States Consul. The Pasha, in full dress all coincide that at no time did the mercury -' highest bidder fur cash all the right title '

aa'fefm and accompanied by his suite, rise to 90, as. reported last week. Some- and interest Henry Marshall in the following Guitars, Only One Dollar 4 FORTUNE IN IT. Eve)' faa: *:
described pioperty, purchaser Flutes /v ily ws i'- sM fe.1 Ages'" .1iirH,. I
deep regret for what bad occurred lltifftlro"l tonnchtrt l :
expressed
paving for title to-wit t G. S. WALKER, Erie. Fa. C- :
anl said from his heart he was truly I
The Lake City Reporter lays: "We Lots 7 and 8 in block 7. lots I and 2 in Savannah Weekly Monii len For i
Berry that there should be any cause of ill notice that some of cur citizens are making block 13, lot t. 2 4 and 6, lots 8 and 10 in : AND
fell ng between the two government He arrangement to start for the different fisheries block 19 lots 1. 3, 6, and 7. in block 20, Will oe tent to any adJres! six months I MfU ma SMBOSO ia iu IBM He3.LBIL'sao I

said. the sailors belonged to a Turkish lot 6 in block 25 lot 4 in block 24. lot 6 in for One Dollar This is one of thetA,./fft I
on the Gulf coast, to put up fish for MERCHANDISE, weekliespubtiAlud. It is not a blanket sheet '
block 29. Also lot :2 in section 1, township MUSICAL Well's CARBOLIC TABLEST
nan of-war, and that be had no power to home well in wh ch all sorts of matter is pniuUcuou -
consumption as as marketing.We 12. South of range 27 east 38 acres J rut 111' ONLY I. BLCE lMUES.
Tuni,h them himself but that he would ..ly thrown. It is neatly pria'el fear-
see no reason why more of our citizensdo more or len.1'0 E taU and S W \ of
guarantee that they should be severelyptnisDea. in this the N E J and S E I of lot 16. Township page paper cbmptctly made up. sal edited A Trlod and Suro Remedy.Fer .
Tbe Judge who summoned the not engage profitable business, 11, South of Range 27 East 280 acres more with are\t care. :Nothing a dull cr sale by Dr.fcitts peaeraHy, and
as the cost of tub on the coast is nominal. or lets. Levied! on to satisfy an Execution OF ANT HOUSE IS: TOE SOUTH. heavy character is admitted into the c.4- WM. F. KIDDER & CO. ew T.rkCACTM

t'onnal. said, was appointed by the Sultan Two or three days sojourn there would be In my hand in favor of Canada C. Collins, umns of the WIKKIT. It is an elaborately *' .-HOVI t.-T.l assets 1WTWX.
and be could not remove him but that this 31st August A. D. 1875. J compiled compen<(ium of the ben ihiaps
ample lime to lay in a goodly supply for and all
Pianos Organs, Violins Guitars that in .the DAILY Ntws. The telegraphic .
WHEREVER IT UAS BEEN TRIEDJURUBEBA
hi ill him. The in appear
suspend apology,
wo the largest family. It would be a source sr4 1m.] Jos.. II, MAS, Sheri kinds cf Instruments despatches of the week are reedited -

short, was perfectly satisfactory and the of economy to pursue this course as it and car..111 weeded of everything

difficulty was at an end. that is not strictly of a news chu'ltr' It
would in great measure supplant the bacon IN CIRCUIT COURTFor I
trade (a trade by no means remunerative FOR RENT also contains full reports of the minuets ; has established& itself as a perfect regulatorand
tailing of the lucrative business of the County of Putnam, 5th Circuit thus, those who hue not the advacuge of sure remedy ftr disorders ef the system .
to either farmer or merchant in this market .
raiding stock in South Florida a corref Florida. a daily mil can get all the news, far six arisiag tram improper action ef .the
pon ) and thus save the outlay of many a of .>... mouths, by sending One Dollar to the pub* Liver sad Bowels.
.
dent f the New \'ark South
says: Capt. dollar. We are sure po food Js more palatable Nathaniel M4 1 jte yrp AID liihir. or for one year by sendir Two IT IS NOT IN PHYSIC tua Ubystimulating
f. \. Hendry our present worthy! Slate Dona,..
tat secretive gently
than the corned nullst. n l'lit. Dam organs
Senator is the owner of the largest stock Calvin V. Dibble, $ 50. :sumo The DAILY Moa: in South' Florida, which numbers ab-.ut 'I" to $161. reliable organ of public opinion that It has regulates the entire system.IT .
FOR RAZE OX TilE INSTALLMENT; PLAN.
Contra cf P alattl. M. Dewey,
Si.000 lata;!. Jacob Soramerlio, Esq t b interest always been-vigorous, tboughtfil and IS SOT A DOCTORED BITTERS
A. C. Worth and from contervalive the diaeu'+. ." ef the itsues but U a
*'mea next. _lth about 20.000 bead. John Professor Walker in his statistical atlas .\. in and and
Day partners 1872. of the day lively, sparkling" entertaining
Wid4tn, Joel Knight William Alderman, .f abe United State, gives a singular com- name and style of Dibble I Old Instruments taken In exchange for in ill presentation of the news. GETABLE TONICwhich

Z-U King, William \tbltaker and the putation of the movement of the "centre of Worth Jt Co., J ." new ones Write' far Catalogue and In gathering and publishing latest in and thus stimulates
MCMM Curry of this place all stocks The defendants aptlll oth'i 7 sons Interested Terms. formation and in eusiag) questions of assists digestion -
own .
population. This centre is the pivot CD the appetite for food necessary t.invigorate -
are hereby wined oftuit'by' J. E. LUCAS Agent Palatka Florid public policy the Motxino NEWS .is fully
.f from two to five thensand head each. which it is supposed the would tile weakened or inactive organs
country and 4 and abreim ike tenttrprisiog journalism
attachment are hereby ,
I'erbsps. II would not be out ef place toil balance supposing the inrface to be of required to appear and lead t< j etar JIlDe6'7 tr.EsUbllsh3 of the iimcs. Price $10 for 12: months ; and elves strength to all the ThaI forces.
IT ARRIESITSOW'NRECOMMENDATIUS
\e tbt'aamesof. successful individualswho uniform weight throughout, and lobo th*. ation.filed in this'cause In the C1t- s.o4ljce .011stfrbi4ir1Ltwu fhrkdoaIaCa. $5 let II months. as the Urge andrapidly increasing-
have accumulated large; stocks within inhabitants. '.ourt on or before the fitst Monday' ., TheTnt-Witwtr NKWS'las the same
these Dollar
According to calculations sales Price One a bottle.
features. ike Ditty :-ixw,. Price $d for testify
1976 will be ,
r or judgment ta
the past few years by close attention to the centre has moved westward since k 111. 1837 IflLLIAM L. WEBB 12: month; $3 for 6 months. Ask year Druggist for it. JOBBTTOS: Hot

the busiiic*, and which nay serve to be 1790. not varying much to the north or C, GlttU.PI.lotU. Money for either paper can be seat by OWAT & Co.Phila.Pa.! VTholesaleags t. 4w

f t of encursgeient to any of your yrong<< south of the Ih'rI1.iotdr&ree of latitude.In Aug. 27. }'. Allorne,. 1 2O Mooting stroot. P 0. order registered letter or JlprfSl.atpublisher.a : WALERS' CONCERTO PARLOR -

enterpriiiag men who racy be tired oft heir 1790 the centre .ast.eDt'lhree miles tt28'ib-3m. risk. II l1't f. ORCANS

and wish to embark in be Being<< now prepared for the FALL TCADC
pre ant pursuit east of Baltimore, and in 1870 it reached
a 1 tI o Debt rz ad CPCditcrs.'louse roa 1875, I wish to call the attention of are the most beauii'ul! style rrtf perfect
title business! miles northeast RECE1VIXUDKORUJRDIX\ ;
0 point forty-eight of Cincinnati merchants to my large and varied stock of 11 tone ever made. The CONCERTO: tOP
WHAT CAfc BC ACCOMfLISOKD BY fLCCK. three hundred and ninety nine i. by given that all pens n. u rte best ever placed. ia an Organ. It ie

Two, brothers, Locklear began cattle miles| vest of its first position the averagerate baring claim :unit the Estate o "eir.A. GLASS, I produced *ya.. exits set ruda.rualiar--
Leite late or I s will Henry li. TenstlaleFT ly voiced, JU EFFECT / .* ** u MOST
raising aYewyearssinee, by splitting fill of progress being slightly less than resent them w.. scribed b1 CHARMING ncI SOUL STIRRING. while

far the @ret They DOW' pay taxes on over five miles a year It cached its most Jawor ibis notice e 10 bar ot ESWAREtl.OOKL\0 GLASSeSEEROSE..j vIsa superior Steamboat Warehose I its IMITATION of the HUMAN VOICE IS

tkree ikrensand !head of eattU. It is but a southerly point In 1830 made the least their I'ecoyery. All persons Indebted 'to ; GOODS J.4PdX Hand Wharf facilities will be pleasedat 80PERB. W.lTERS'SEWORCtiES RAL

Wt time since that William Yaudcripe progress (I thirty-six miles) between 1810 said Estate are requested to make Immediate all limes to attend to tbo business of VESPER. GRAND and VIALESTE OR- )

purchased small stock on time. His aid 182Uan.l) its greatest eighty-one miles) payment JAMES BUnT. "ED rr"'REIC G. their friends and the public generally. GANS.PURITYVOICING tn Unique Preach with Cases great,volume combine e/
mAtl7'CO-tf.
,'.ek is sew ralued at eighteen thousand between 18JO) and 1PGO, the latter rate Lug;.. Stb, 185. Cueutor. Euro-JU.I: tone euiub'e' far PARLOR *r CHURCH, }'

dellsrs, anti le lives in one ofth : being caused by the emigration to the Pacific .r4.8w. great part of It iTrttd Jtrnt/rem NevS cnloPlnnost '
Besides staple goods 1 keep always a large 'YntcrH t
tamest residences in the villa:.. Dr. coast. SALtf AND stock of gays great power .*&* toe singing tone i

Hc gh. and his sons and brother-in-law, I rack all moderft lmproveo u ,ad art Ht ;

about seven years since Invested all their I According to the report of the Department French ChJpa! and Cat Glass. PEST: PIANOS MADE. TheeiorganssalPianos
Livery Stable .
warravted six years PRICES
of Agriculture at Washington the are
cash, a few hundred dollars, In cattle and
My thorough knowledge of the business EXTREMELY lT\ / reash or part
they new hate large'stocks of horses cows condition of the cotton crop for the present Opposite Metropolitan Hotel acquired by an experience of over Twenty cash and balance 'r. "..-*tkly payments.

and bogs: are getting rlfb as fast as any month of September shows a marked im- Years, enables me to buy at the lowest tig- Second-Hand ins: > "...,." at great barrains. -

man In tie cointry. and are among cur pro ement over the month of August and JacitontMc, ; ; Florida.C. urea and consequently s..11 at prices en Pianos ...1 if b"Q. to rent until
with the of 1874 which the retailer can realize a handsome paid for as per conir a. AGENTS w Ali,
period
'i'I.t, com:ortable live,. producing<) abuDCut'f'.t as compared satae. B. McCiijrsY
Proprietor. profit. TED. Special indnccaicota to.t the trad*. \
all kind of farm produce Mr. the condition i it much above the average Horses Buggies Phaetons and other VVrn. L. WEBB, TURY'' liberal discount t. cltri.lfimuttrtCkrtket. -

\tililuQ B. Hecdtrson. one of tee leading ,Some damage is reported from droughtand vehicles constantly for hire. [f20tf 1'11.GE SekooU. Lodges, eta ILLUSTRATED

rnerchaats of Tampa began withaamall lice but it will c>t affect the general 123 Xtttity Street CHARLESTON. S. C. CATALOGUES MAILED.
Will S KIESHave
au,21'52m. HORACE WATERS & SONS
twck.. be Las three average. SUBSCRIBEFOR :
aD'"3 new tbousag.4 hedofeaitle << io I hi*county. The amount of national tank note cur- 7,
NOTICE iw
gt21
lira hir..r..lab&!Samuel Mitchell.Eaq, rency received at the Treasury Department stood the test of analysis by four ,
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ehemltts via Prof. Sillmaa,
; t
j"ura isac I etoei' an notes and mertgifge.tie ti-day aggregated $031.32962. """" Six weeks after> slfllEban apply
has paid every dollar his steak bas Judge of the Co 7 Hk or Putnam'' ard. Jr.. Slate ebeaiits. of South .aroltaa;

largely iaerrae.J in i number, being" ser- Two brothers who had not seen each THEBER..ALP county. Florida to be Hied Administrator Prof. W. C. IHJea. Washington. D. C-;
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syelthaasagti, head. Qdb. ia new on of other ia twenty years met in fr at of IheMar as rdilcr, ,nHB"* estate of. Prof. John Darby New York. AU ff Just Xteo ive Ruben Hill deceased urrfia county inlutate. waiel.n" in pronaune'ng It "Wi bout A supply of RnueU'i
.ball Hpuse fn Savannah a few dayr: XX Flint GU
use iajiitrpfUi ( caul Coninea By order of CaIn :* Judge. Septtmsl8 Fault and "Free from any Deletcrous Chla.lll.ya that W l'. acrid
_. One lives ia Canathe! other in berl7th 1&;.. iaua* he &ad
tors JhiSOiUMry.! aD lit 1 'pi I', b.-naa- e, ; f t Substance Whatever. FA; ute 4/7 wet break

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Si It? TBS Jacksonville Union oflhe 23d says BEST bleached shirting at lOc. yard at : Wn. Thompson, I Cook:) Cwrlton.1Conq 1 JOHN f. LfflSLIYTCO
Eat. C. Parkhorst. I I ESTATE C. PAMHUBSTI
i that fro Ilarney Richard, after obtaining It lJY.1 Jail rILE: rutty!Sorrels tu Cerr.THOMPSOI1 .,

ERALD. and giving bond for his appearance at the 190 KINC STREET,
bUR POTATOES $%50 per barrel at Erf.
next term of the Circuit Court, left on C. Parkhurst. I CSltUSTOS. L t..

Tuesday morning for his home In Alachua >0. 1, PAEEHCRST CLOCK, GROCERIES
;!LA, FLORIDA. here JUT received at M. H. BOlero & Go's., ,
It is the general opinion
county a lot of fresh butter 40 etc per B. Rem AND IMPORTERS or
>SEPTEMBER 25 1875? that the evidence adduced in the cite of ceived by Schooner 60 bales bay. Have CARLETOn,

Richard proved an alibi beyond a doubt. also 50 barrels Florida syrup. PAIIATKA, FLORIDA. GENERAL MERCHAJffiISE.X .

r, 5th Judicial Circuit.- In the last issue of Savannah itontiny IF you wish a fiae Sewing Machine call
= at this office-rate, law. -: .-
r'ii. jiATT i ms Seri, we notice announcement that Mr. Irttyht to Pay !

Nichols of the Adttrtittr, has transferred =Milk of Magnesia a most invaluable
-wha is riailll.t hand and So /VffVAto l\iy :
ricer Keep constantly on large
all his interest in that paper to Mr. Estillof remedy for childreD.hEdd"1 Carbolic

!frfved finnday&.4- morning with the horning AVs-t. The Sera will continue Baby Wash," for rile at Dr. Moragne's well selected stock ot Our prices are below those of any other
Drug StoUt Palatka, Florida if.BCXEDICT dealer in the United tal"e>> extra
4on; nJ other prodnee. to be published without change of '
REAL ESTATE charges far drayage, boxing or freight.We .
--- of advertising or subscrip.tiou & MeConiaes wholesale hardware -
J name or of rates prepay freight ana deliver good
QUAallaxu are receiving a store in Jacksonville is receiving avery DRY GOODS
and for ought we see, has a most free at any depot on the line of the NorthEastern )
share of
large patronage. No w a-
rportment otgooda.C Wilmington and Columbia South
brilliant future before it.-JVn South. der! they sell Hardware, Sash Blinds Carolina and Charleston and Savannah

Httss. it busily engaged in hatch Giro RAMS*at lOc. yard at EsL C. Park. Doors, astonishing and other goods low in their line at Rail Roads ; also to all points in South
prices cooking stoves
Carolina Georgia and Florida, having direct -
ag alligators.I hurst.
young- I you can buy at just the price that NOTIONS water communication with' barleston.

t yaa hereafter peak of Palatka, A correspondent says : hDat what are you woull pay for oat in New fork and .ALL GOODS GUARANTEED.
cheaper too for you save freight and other
eabtr that It is lit Orange City.r yon going to do with each a Republican alI charges Go and see for yeor>>elf. ANDIXSURAIS'CE TEBXS-Cault by P. O. order or Registered .

am in ease the Democrats elect the next letter, or SO. CO or 90 dajs city, acceptance
,M" II. ROCMO, & Co., art relit President" We answer, come down we Do not forget that the time is near by Boots and $ toesGROCERIES. with interest added ai 1 per centa

new good when our planters and others should not month. Always enclose this advertisement -
are not afraid of a straight-forward Republicanai fail to look to tbeir fall gardens. Cabbage, Jo with orJir if convenient

have received but one copy of theme you: are. If we have a Demo. turnips, and beets, can be grown here in AGENTS, List of Net Prices. No Etpsnca to Add

a r.mthl. week. We are glad cratlc President, so much the belter, es- abundance. Now U the time to purch..egoollaeed
at the Stoie of Finest quality Young -iyaon tea-quality
Dr.
Drug N. .
f&atfforeis sought after. pecially it be Gov Tilden of New York Moragne. If unsurpassed! exquisite flavor and great

--- -- strength, $1.00 per lb. This Tea speciallyrecommended
f 7.i,VA% CM, passed down a few nights CAIICOKS at Est C. Parkhurst, for 7e gl5will buy you a new iron framed I finest qualify VOIODI.I .

Af He reports the work at Eau Gallic per yard-fast colors. Rosewood Seven Octave Piano at Oehus' Palatka I Florida. Corn, touching, Gunpowder, and Hyioa Tea.
Music Rooms. 1m. : I
residing finely.PAIATKA .. Sl.OOptr lb. Second quality Teaa.lWe.<<
i I lb. Third quality Teas, sold other .
by dealers
I A. J. BEACU Rawlstown nursery three s,. ** Flour I
atl *
haw
,, was never more healthy. Wej miles above alatka has the finest toll c :. ':. i per. you can delivered
by us at itUe.per lb. Crushed 8 Ib*.
lou'tknow of a single case of chills and! tion on this river, of young oranges! and Sugar } ,
l Vowdered Sugar 8} Its; Granulated:Mi
tropical plants. 9 Ibs. Extra C;
Yse.erf hay. I gar ; Sugar,9j lbClarified
; Brown Sugar 10} Ibs.: and Brown
|| CA'T. OSTIH bears off the Palm for fat flay BEACH, of Rawlstown nursery has 11 Ibs. for $I. Peerless sugar
several fine varieties of the orange: obtained Will give prompt attention to any bnaio Ltnley's Family
[ lIttt. Ills lafl steer yielded: 50 Its oftailor. in. Flour, our own brand.mtde from best Vir-
by rtrelul culture and some that ess entrusted to them in their FIRM or Oats,
are superior the ordinary orange bothas dividual capacity. giniVteat elegant article -20 Ib*.
tot $1, $9
or r er barreL Good Family
regards size and flavor. This new
'*
Site the late rain everybody has commenced variety is attracting more than ordinary Flour, 21 Ibs. for $1, or $7.50 per barrel.

sowing seeds for winter and sprig attention, Those who contemp'ate raising Deeds & Mortgages Prepared It lRDW ARE 16e.Extra: Choice lb. Extra Finely;Flavored Bagged Uam
Choice
this! golden fruit would Jo well to call and per Breakfast Strip.
gardens.Wt 16jo lb. Choice Tumbler
J
per elli slarge
examine Mr, Beeches new variety. He Acknowledgements of DoWer i size, 1-J each. 2 Ib Canned TomatoesISo.
are having delightful weather. It has about 75,000 young seedlings and sells each3 lb. Canned Tooatoes,16 etch Lib

is just right, neither too hot nor too cold. them very cheap. QUEEVSW.UIE, Salmon 18c. per can; 2 lb. Canned 1' ne
Foca spools Cotton for 25c. at Fit. C.
&c.
Our hot weather is part. Parkhnrst.Wi Ir you want a good garden go to Adams Deeds Apple, Peaches. J'amsons, and rears 2tc.
WILLOW WARE TINWARE per. can-6 cans for !1.30. Best Quality
and buy Buist's seed-Fresh supply just taken in their office or at th* houses of Jibed
So far we have had n'eqninoxial storm, have received the first number of the Vinegar Picklespints. 17c. each ,
received. parties. Titles to lands examined. Taxeson quarts. 27c. each; gAllon. 60c. eaeh. t on-
blow before October
have
though we may Semi-Tropical, published in Jacksonville, property of non-residents or others in denied Milk Eureka and Eagle ISrand,25c.

omes.Stuxaa. Fla. Edited by Governor Reed, an old PIAXOS AID tlioAxs,the best and cheap Putnata county paid: by one of the Firm. each. Cants Seafoam, | lb. :':5c., Ibs. 6t"c.
est, you can buy at Ochus' Music House Liquors i ; Tobacco can. Lemon 40e.
;
Point arrives experienced editor.and published by C. W. per Sugar, per can
City every for cash time.
or on one or two years Dooley's Yeast Powder
I5c.,25c. and
40c.
Charleston and Blew, an industrious newspaper man The Write for atria
from terms J31-la.
Thursday evening WE TO per can. English cooking Soda, or Package *
SU&l1ubloacSeli down with freights. Semi-Tropical it just such a Magazine as Hon. C. A. Cowgill, State Comptroller, SoJa, lUc. pet lb. } Boxes Sardines,

the country needs, and it will no doubt HE W AD VER J'SEUt4YT.J.a Tallahassee, f'Ia.1I0D. CIGARS &0., :ue,; I boles Sardines, &&. eacb. Shadi-

OKBSBCXKKS arrived on Tuesday morning meet with a liberal patronage. Every: orange Jesse I H.! Goes, Circuit Judge.Gainei nes j box s,25c. eAch. Cox's: :parkHn Gelatine

wlth'20 bales cotton, and other pro- grower should not for one moment viile. Fla.P.evP. Which are offered at the lowest cash price. "fc. per pack.. Capers "yc., Olives,
P.Bishop Pres., Fla., Fruit Grow 50c.. Uorcestersl.ire Walnut and Mush
dnee. hesitate to subscribe for this valuable I ,
ers Ais., San Mateo, rla. room Sauces, gen.ine Imported, 40c. per
I
magazine at once. COUNTRY PRODUCE bottle. Imitation French 31u,t.rJ, iOc.
Tae large new building built by Mr. Dr. N. II. Morague, DruggistPalatkaFla. Genuine t'rench Mustard

Andrew Saalley looms up grandly in thatS'tr' J. F. THIT, ESQ., of Federal Point has W. C. Snow, Clerk of Court, 1'alalk, Fla. Taken in exchange. Prunes, 16e. Raisins 20c., i:5c.:Citron French 40c

of the town. written a clever letter to the Portsmouth when desired lands comitted Currents, lOco CfloajL 'cFuU weight
We advertise, Particular
attention paid to orJers. Candles, first quality, Ib. Baker's
(N. H.) CKronitlt about Florida. To.par- to us for sale. per
Ir the people! of Palatka continue to setout Chocolate, 45c. per ID. Cocoa, 60c. per :b.
banana else will be seen,' lles contemplating a settlement here, the :ir Proma,60c. per lb. German ChocoUte.tfJe.per
the nothing Our Terms shall ba BeasonaUe.To .
1. letter is fall of hopeful M. H. Ib. Ordinary Rio Coffee
and will ke called oriental-orangentaL encouragement. Rogero & CO.r 4j} Ibs for iJ,
we
But Mr Teeny says somethings that. does choice Kio Coffee 4 lbs for $1, choice La.

TUB canine tax, alone, in Palatka and no good and at.ilI. some people writing our expected and respected patrons, gcayra Coffee, 2| Ibs. for Si. OU Government ; *
Ja Coffee, 3 Ib.. for $4 I.t toasted
Newtown, would raise revenue sufficient to to Northern papers seem to think it we, in the introduction of ourselves and and Ground Coffees, 6c. additioual, each

keep the streets in order. necessary to stir up the dead recollections .&-....... ; calling to to their do a Land notice Office will business say that if we we grade. Duryea'n Starch 9j lbs for $1.

of the past. We extract the following : !: p opo.e receive their aid, with one exception, Satin Gloss Starch 75o. per box. Corn
Tax Pctermann Brothers have purchased };JtI c4 St.rcb, 13c. Box
"It is only within the past five years tuat is we to da everything on the 1 per pack Blueing, &c.
or rather bargained for the Taylor house that people of the Northern States have ignore, nothing propose oblique in our dealings.For r rc rmr & mmhdon M rch.nu per d')zen. Barley, 12je. per !tb.' Durham

on the Helghti. The Heights are still up. discovered that within a distance of one -I r Palatka and Putnam county we have g. : Smoking Tobacco,6-So per lb. Martin's Celebrated
P. P TO ALE I Gilt Edge Bntier\40c.p lb. Choice '
thousand miles of them and within the much to any in their ecmacndaiion.: By .
J. P. Pone Esq.. of Orange Mills left limits of their Goshen Butter,3oc.per Ib. Good Table Bar
there beautiful St.
own government lies t bland Manufsctnrer of means of the grand'and;
on'ih'hda1 morning for Indianna. lie possessing a climate unsurpassed by Johns river, Palatka ii in easy and direct and terSOc.per 6 Ibs. for lb.$1.Cooking Butter, 4lbs.,5Ibi ,

will return !In two weeks. any if the favored countries of the old Sashes Blinds & &C. communication with all parts of the known .t Biscuits
Doors -Soda 12 Ibs.
for $1. Extra
c.1 Pilot
world that
have
been so much sought for and unknown world, civilized and semi- lOe.
THE Pensacola Gndu,,,,, that the late health and pleasure and also possessing Dealer inBOTLD2ES' civilized and wild. By magnificent: seagoing I5c Lemon Ib.Nie Wine Gingersad Butter, at

hurricane flirted its skirts over Pensacola recsurces that only require developing to steamers the trip to New York and per Nacs.lSc.Fancy Ckke,25c
make it second to none in point of wealth :EA1UW ARE, other eastern cities is but a few days of And Dealers in per lb. Black Pepper.30e.per lb. Spice.SOc:
harbor. How shocked must have been lb. NUl
you and influence. It is not surprising .,that. PAINTS, OILS, &c. joyous journeying, Suitable steamers and per mf'gs,16c.per ouneo. Mace 16e.
brother Dorr! such is the case for the land has seemedto Sole Agent for other water crafts will bear the curiousadventuruuptbebeautlfulexpanse per Vanilla ounce Flat! Ginger 5c.: per Ib. hose and
.. Suck fine
lie under a nfl.luoked* by bigotry of love Candy arlid"k
STEAMER City Point,returned on Friday IW 5-tioul! lurf Kit Cs. per Ib.Ordinary Slick Candy.pure.2Cc.
superstition, slavery and ignorance, until ly lakes or in the weird windings of deep 'I'el'lb.
morning with 80 bale sea island cotton, the surprise is, that it should be found at Ik crest iaorins Fin IxoiiuW, c.. rolling forest streams, among paridisal Rock. Candy any color, :::!c. per lb.

and other produce for Savannah and Char all." ha alike Bthiij ft groves of orange trees with their golden Colgate'a specialty Toilet of Soaps-CO diOerent kinds,
ours.at Lianufacturers
leston. To as it is not surprising that the St. Send for Prices fruit or amidst the haunts of formidtble DRY GOOSProvisions -from 25e. to $4.00 per dot. cakes.prices Col
defiance
loud of
with guiteral roar -
Johns river, up to the close of the War, orrica AND WAEIHOOMS, alligators antlered gate's Handkerchief Exiracts,60c. per bol-
ia the forest the
were
MR. AMDT bat returned with a new and 33 & 35 or tie, Ca'hmere
was, comparatively a wilderness. While Nos.20 Hayne PinckneySts Buck sounds his shrill whistle of alarm to Bouquet Powder, ioc. per

engine for his Cotton Gin and Moss Facto slavery existed this section was not con- FACTORY YARDS, tbs Does in his charge. &s a place for a box.tora fro Cleveland's and Pomade Va-aline. a Res-

ry. Us will be ready for business in a sided a good planting country. The cultivation Ashley River West End Broad St., home winter e? summer Paatka! cannot bt the hair,20o.rer preservative bottle. OU unequalled Corn for

few days. of the CHARLESTON- S. C.sep25'75ly.. excelled, healthy all the year round; there $1.80 Whiskey
orange was hardly thought of you can itt and be ,tt,.. Putnam county per gallon. Bye Whiskeys, $1.6O

Baoxsoi's point is looking grand and then. Bigotry and superstition does not has every variety of land to suit all tastesand $2.00.J3.UO.and and $-.00 per gallon. Blackberry

belong to Southern character it pursuits! suitable to a southern clime. Cherry Cordials. pleaaant drink
unless
N. P. .
beautiful but U needs its occupants $1 80 per srallen. Title Port and
BUILDERS'Furnishing all her location at the bead of Sherry
But above
croped out from the North
WbiteEsq.and lab excellent wife to charmit since the Sur navigation for the lat get class vessels, and Wine.32.Wper gallon. Fine Old. Madeira,
render. And why say anything about the $4.00 per gallon., English and Scotch.Me
into life. Mill her situation far enough south for the successful
curse slavery, as you call it? it only growth of the orange and its kindred and Porter, bottled.570 per dozen. Bee-

Iu. TEAIIULK, has improved his town tends to stir up bad feelings. This dead Jacksonville Florida. fruits gives her a position not equaledby GROCERIES men Demijohns Lager for Beer bo-tied! &70 per dozen.

lots opposite the Episcopal Church very issue should never be brought up unless it any other portion of Florida. Here in g.1I\101.6Oc.. 2 Liquors.extra { galU>ns,40l.
gallons,60c. 3
.
ailon.,1
the fruit has his c.,
much, by throwing up broad side walkslet is to vindicate Southerners from the odious Putnam county grower 6 gallons Sl.OUcacb. .
products in market, as it were, to be soldat
others do likewise. term "cnr,," which does not apply to them Penniman & Co., her wharves or shipped any time direct and A very Glassware Extensive Assortment of Creckery

and ,bich was much to all markets east, north or west always on land.. PlatesDinner -
very out of place in
Ma. B. M BASK, is here receiving and the communication. Manufacturers and Dealers in No loss by days of exposure in small crafts Grain Hay sue, $1.50 per dOleD, Breakfast,
opening his large stock of dry goods and As to the old settlers to the semi.tropical beat of the upper coun $1.25: Desert, $J.OC, Tea Soc.per dexen.

groceries. 'Mr. C. P. Deveriux, paid as a scattered along the banks of the St. Johns UlOllilllllp 0 Brackets> Scroll and try. So that oranges are worth twice aa Cups Disnca.65c.,75c..and and Saucers, $1.00 per set. Covered
before the War will $1 00eaeh. Tumbler
we assert that their much on the wharf at Palalka as at points
abort visit and returned Jacksonville.
to .
60c.,75 .
$ .$125. and
intelligence and good breeding was fully up TURNED WORK, one hundred miles interior. LanJ here Table Goblet..$I.O$1.50.$2.00.$2.J..aDJ: $1.50 per doze*.

DOK'T forget to pat up a saw mill on to the highest standard of Northern society. except those immediately oa the river > $s.UO dozen.
LXQUC R. per Wine Glasses .
Bough and.ela: :Lumber, Rive and have been overlooked and good orange $1 00 per
Rick Creek. It is the best placeor logs growing lands be had for much less dozen. Lamp Chimney's. Sun O and A!*, 4

in this section. Too can get all the Isj Sawod Cypress Shingles than even in less cap favored locaiions. If for 25c.. B's 3 for 250. Student or Argsnd

you want down there by homesteading/'' Lath, Fencing Vegetable Crates, &0. you do not believe, call and see and commune Chimneys.3 unmentioned.for Information 25c. Numberless article-

e with ns and we will 90 you good. Our cheerfully given
firm
Tic Charleston steamer City 1IL Lands are rapidly advancing in this region AND business was established in 1867. and our '

arrived Thursday night with the :V Seasoned Lumber -
freight ever brought to this port I to i WE OFFER FOR SALE : ise. All orders should be addreeteJ 10 prom
. :' Constantly on band. :a-. All orde.r sale long time or for
vessel. The valued ;Uo l.- or on JOHN
was W
-cargo ,, LINLEY ,
hundred and thousand ptomptIy .filled Lease. Kent to be paid by erarge trees General Produce & Co.,

fifty ..dollarsnr m.l18156mNEW set out on the place and trees paid for by (Key Box 184.) 190 KINO STREET
\ < a,jTas
owner at the en J of Lease. One hundred JulIi"51
Junior Editor of Ib7. ,] CnAtiisroj:
rt< roJ land six S. CJOHN
and four acres office Hammock ,
an encounter with an alligator on ltflkulla miles South of Palatka, and half a mile

but didn't bag fclm. Takfe LINE from St Johns river on the East side. A Palatka Florida.

that 'gator would tare sold to C* Fe great bargain: can be bad in the bove.; ,
sale in lots to suit 88 CLARK.D
No. 2.For ;
for the lam of fiOy dollars. ;,il .
acres of Pine land half a mile West of Pa
-It TO THEjppel' laths on the Ilight's.

?_. LrsxraAL. arrived of' *'"'( No. 3.-* Dice' new Cottage residence Gs.m

Point a.*}brought with him a prey\ on Lemon street in Ncwtown suberb-Fnll .
wear
*t dry goods, and groceries [ St. Johns
fee J lot.No
4.-F ft J or mare lot s in the beautiful "> COMMISSION MEKCJUXT.
down there. Mr. henry L., d,' vilu, of Orange Springs. Situated 1 00,000 PoundsOF

time, utl trill now bring the tf half a mile from steamboat landing or the .. i

.of his powers into plsy. COXroftTASLC ettAStcc10LLIE Oeklawaha river. This place is noted for -
rug taw ASP
the good health of the inhabitants and a

,Ia. 8. J. KCSIIKIT. wbo JlSf>. very large Sulphur rprings. A fine opportunity tats: roa
place known"ai Chi*ralaU for a colony of invalinds or
orange culture, or for a Sanitarium-
commenced the work of ai Country fine and lands low. Steamboatspass Savannah ami EnttrprittVan 8ieam& ps,
tory to the south end of the a the landing each way every day in

will give the place a &thoroq the winter season. VANILLA ANTED., Bntnt & Bro.'t Live
of
desirable residence
BOY No. 5. very :
---S-- in the town of Palatka well located well 1
THOMAS SwAttKT, Esq arranged and appointed with all conven- q .&o",

with a sweet potato metsnr W. A. SHAW Master, ieneies, fine orange; tree, &e.Uo. ;

length and 8 inehesla sire 6.--"wenlT"nTe acres of fine land .4et,

tuber came from a patchin just opposite Palatka oa the road to the M.H.Rogero&Co. ,. '.... .
July last. wV'J! IsplMtd permanently on the route and will ferry 3 acres oleared and in orange and i., .
f
+..'" leave JACKSONVILLE, from Salary's wharf I lemon trees. The best coanee open for a 1 ,
--- every TargsDAr morning at 9 o'clock, for : grove weI! protected by north west: body of' aprilS 1675 ly .

cnn every one U f( SALT LACE LACE HAKSET, LACE JESSCF, water. Safe place for lemons I -
reception of Northern. v* ExTEKrsusE )!&ttoSYJJ.L. VOLCSIA, Wi- : 2JO- 7--A large; Spanish Grant favorably JA SOSVI .0nlI

streets and side-walks g Ja i.ACApALATCATocoi.GaEEx COTE raises located in Putnam County. Contains 55 tO S2O per day. Agents, wanted.All '; II.

Mr, Pryltng has Ioproveue.e and _U the intermediate Landiags on the lGOOO acres suitable for the locationof classes of working people of both sexes,
< St. Johes rirer. a colony adadled for the raising of young and old, make more mosey at work
and
dwelling and C The Lotus DOT eenaeets at PALATKA fruit trees &:c.. Well covered with fine for us, in their own localities during their
',!mll''p the Street fr.ntiThis with the steamer Lux IE BAKEE from SAT timber will be sold very cheap. 'spar moments, or all the time, than at ALVIN GI

i. only abegiaaing AXSAB, aid City Pour from CaASLttTox. ., say thing ejsf. We offer employment that I

owner fix up and m..il.walh Leave PALATCA THPESDAY nigbf.return- AGE\T FOR THE will pay handsomely for every hoar's work 1;.
er'y t lag will leave PALATKA every MOYDAT for Full particulars, terms,. &e., sect free.
.; look IUbl.&. Jacksonville at 7 a m Send your address at once. D"n't delay
For Freight or Passage having superior' 3Jnmt &USUrautt 0,,. Now is the time. Dva't lack for work or 1t

Jest arrived,.oniea sefffalltug accommodations apply'onboard or to business elsewhere until yoa have learned 1. FL
Store. Tt H. R. T ASDALE. Proprioicr OFNEW TORK. what we offer. G. STIX.OS & To, Portland, w 1

mayI6'7Stf. Palatka Fla. AaC-S.1 )1,111. v7nl ly

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.') A large eight page Journal printed on Palatka, E. Fla. : ESTATEAGENCY WHOLESALE DEALERS INTOAO
1 fine white papersadbeautifuUy illustrated
B i-1 t t9 Contains 46 colums of the choicest reading This.f'JitI: i furnui k1 t iroeoutrwssir .i .

powerful and popular Original and Seria ADDITIOSAL 1LOCxs. AmD GIGAR
\ r Stories,from weU-know>ixrUerJ of ability
1.4' "J : -in each number, with from ten to fifteen A Fine BILLIARD ROOM ia connection with .
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N D. Completed Ta1uS etcbesJ Essays and Poetry House. And Guests will find everything S 'HAY STREET; ;

covering a wide range of literature, for their comfort. dec574-ly. Jnclcsosa ille, Flol
and each of the best of its kind. ...

We shall also tone double-page illustrated Consignments of Poultry, Eggs.Game, Fruits* Vegetables;and,Ceuntry-
QUAUTEllMANSuccessors and fashion! page supplements, making iyiticit[@ JE[ IL Generally, will receive prompt and careful*. attention. Special attention paid t
the POST the bestead cheapest; strat..t. FI-.A. orders for all kinds of.goods. may I
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PALATKA
Weekly published. -'-CHARLESTON; C. "*

to D. M. Eaer.9 ,) :. TERMS FOB 1875. 1'O=!TAGC FREE 1# 1>. P. SMITH F p; 'e6 t.
( TLfllongltstablished and favorite firstclass
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The Parr will be sent to lay address
House been thoroughly rene
having
*. Dealers in either singly or in clubs, as follows : Single I vated, painted and newly furnished, and SMITH & UKCOMMISSION ,
subscribers one copy, four onths, $1.00; having had the celebrated "Artesian Water There is an advance movement in lands and
si* months, $1.50 ; per one year, 300. and Baths" introduced, is now open for real estate. The sales during the spring

DRY GOODS. Clubs.-Two copies, one year, p post-paid, the teception of the traveling public. and summer months hare been considerable -
1N $6.00 ; Seven copies, fine year, $15.00: The Proprietors have spared neither on the St. Jens river country. MERCHANTS'WHOLESALE }
Ten copies, one year, $20.00 and an additional : pains nor expense in making this house The relaxation so long existing in Florida f ___
CLOTHING copy rasa to any one getting up the equal to any of its size in the south, and lands is disappearing, and energy and
READYMADE club. Additions may be made to clubs of. trust by strict attention, to merit. share activity prevails. Before the present era,
seven and ten at the rate ofv2.00'each.() of public patronage. there were numerous tracts of land throughthe ADD: DEALERS
Rpetiiee* eepitt fret.ICTI1 : valley of the St. Johns river and around ,
!UTSi O.\P3, FUB5I8II1XO GOODS, ---- RATES, $3 PER DAY. the lakeswhich were dead capital on '
... 'L C.1N\r lSSEnS "'11i\'EIJ ..OaT 'LFARD & .Proprietors. the upper hands of a few. Now all of these lands 1Pm 7::: !!@::5! 9 gnu IU!II' 9 ll:!! @m

..K/ are being utilized by eager purchasers from
'ii iooTS AM) SHOES in all sections it the tatted g( tfS. to augO tf. the North and West.
whom liberal commissions will 6'e'paid in There are thousands locations standing VVINES oo-t.CKSONVILtLE.

.r addition toOUR R. Anderson, G. W. Anderson, Jr., I I ready to be giten away by the U. 8. Go,- -
PREMIUMS ernment.
COLD
." fI' J. W Aaderson,,] ,-* FLA
Florida is not well! understood by the
GROCBRIES OPOne I Jno W Anderson & Sons masses in the populous States north of v
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the
to
Jr Hundred Dollars in Gold
'. "I here, but when true information in rela
," Agent who sends us tb'ft largest list by September I LOTTON1ACTOR& tion to this Eldorado reaches them they S. H KOOKER
let 1875. will come in force.
';. J, ing the second largest list. the old States now struggling for a bare I IlIuprert. KOOKER.TJ
,. I Twenty-five'Dollars in Gold to the Agent TV Bryan $DratM Sit.SAVAXXA .' ould locate in FloriJa and acquire .

ending the third largest list.If *! GEORGIA. valuable property b1 industry, in a few
.]j.everything usually kept in a first class you want an agency, send for Mr lea s. Within a short time, orange groves
.tore. Our goods Are being offered pteial circular to Agents, which gives full BAGGING !ind TIES, bate sprung into distance as if by magic
prices, tff Fqu mend them to alt, particulars and sample! copy FBCK. This splendid country with its magnificent
; BAUR & QUAnTERI.r. \ Address !fistinct),,'. nd.plke.: ,. Money 1 Always.on hand at LOw9r ,:\*a.9 PRIJM. [forests, its beautiful lakes,its &grand river* : :FI. E"P
the ,..
Orders Drafts abd Checks to .
? payable .
b, 'tblS '76 tf .j } .1 and healthy climate, is open to s world of
:'t.R' order pfWALKER Liberal Cask m&mect mtdt on tontiynmtnU enterprise and wealth, At the present
REED & CO. ,otlf-iLtd/pqProdace.s.:! '.' time there is no new section of the United SMATRASSES,
83 raylfitf.] 726 Sam"* Street, rAUNdpli States where capital and labor can be used I
.J. ADAMS ,) ; .' Every effort made to gin satisfaction to better advantage. '.
1 i ; and all fu.tructJionatTiciy and promptly P Wm Fixlurn Rmg 1 Pi tun Fnmn
I .--------,.-..------------------------ carried out:"" .:; r, Wl U { un, t
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desirous
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e .r .f .I I't a.litlJ. ct7,6oM. Any person of placing their
AGENT FORSIEAMERS, : P- ss4neenti lands in my bands for sale on commission
FBASKLIX
Hcsteit JORDAH.
WILLIAM 1 for the term of six months or more they MOULDINGS.
Late of Mobile. Late of Cedar Keys.Wii TAILORING. will be advertised in this. column free Of


i !! !l.1trJ e 1;c :G 0:. I cost.No.2.-A tract of 40 aereson Palatka FurnituerRopairedPicturoFrames, &UpholsteringtoOrder
Heights in full view of(he town of Palatka

i t I ,1 i aw being at an elevation. of 100 feet above' the SOUTH SIDE BAY STREET, (between Pine & Laura,) J
Commission Merchant*, I, GiUeiaen: and toys can now 'be fitted bed of the rive: Aboftl 200 y!)ung orange.

... .:. -ri j. -)1'"> with the latest style of 7 ... trees on the place.
5 No.3-A tract valuable unimproved
.dtothfoj Out or matte 'to. ,'Oodrr, land l;! miles North of Enterprise, contain* JACKSONVILLE: FLORIDA3raiirzoinptly
.And Wholesale Dealers In lug 154 51-100 acresIt has two thIrdsa of

;PICTATOK, _. WITH DISPATCH mile,river front bluff. J : 3mQ SS' QltJC JD .SOrd4rs O&Da..u .. .

"1 CITY POINT.VOUJSIA.. Northeman'dJWcslernUEFEREK13ES.* rG bod Soiled. Coats and Pants. Cleaned. No. 4A-. t %uuljyfnmrJackson* ,
t vtlte the of "nV and of 1.
being w } J n e J .Ly : ,A.ttcnc1c(1'to" }u113-1.1.
....." BTfttCT ATTE5TIOS TO BCSISMS.: n w J of section 10, township 2, range 21 .. !
"J ,.ISTARLI, :..r..t> q. east, containing 120 acttis. -
call j
( HTu ..J"j J"JQnf rFlorula.y ., : Good friends jjive us: a No. 5-A handsome residence, tw We wcrk cheap for Jill, ,, modern rive TeiiiriH
story building style, on .
.i 33 ATTIE BARKER, You will find us next door front, and one of the most desirable locations .* & SON;;
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I To)V 11i&m.U.U etoremayl67Stf. t ,- : in town. : MTi
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00 O, E. A. J5EAUBIAN. NO. 6-A Spanish Grant of about 500 I. .
acres,oar Lake Dexter, at a low price un DEALERS IN '
1UIVP8 LINK .
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improve Price two dollars! per ncre. JlO.
Richard A. Howells i Co. C. V. HEISS : .1
I } Boston .-A Spanish Grant of 500 ieres'onNorth
... -OFSTEAMERS.-- Watson Smith & Co. River, near St. Augastini'unim. : -'
ICE FISH AND
Austin Kimball \ S nr .a.r k. proved. : GUANO '
O Q' m' : '& WI Paysen & Paul | 2-A 40 acre tract on the west bankf .
Prfntiee & Filler"!!. :Ihila.le1r ia. .: of thejiver-4-milenorth of Pahtkar: ..* .

...'. -.": e1Rx; t....... ....,.',...'..'-J .1 n ..... .nf1'l .: Rollstqwn I 3l-'t, JTmilis small tract(rom-Palatk of 12. acres. .jiearf' (HARPS IVIl iRr',)

t. | 4-A tract of 471 acres in the Are-
., I'i donde Grant, .Vlachuacoucty: near Gainsyule. PJJTKt FLORIDA.

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-,.------ II. IL Weislcopf I 6*--\. dwelling on Palatka:Height i. : 'I ,'"
with 4 acres. .. ... .,. :
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'J:.* .ROGERS &CO..Wholesale ,.'I 18-A JPlJ\l.p&I\ } t'tlon miles inland, 1
:>lofl1w--1! : } .on the main.road UPaUtka, 80'-acres; 40 JEi'Wish: .1 G-u.ano.'
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i acre Cleared; goodrfence.1. tt. .
and. Retail Dealer In,,, ," .: Day street, near the 1".mee, 'Tis well to walk with cheerful heart 19-Tract of 80 acres, 10 acres cleared, ....... -
.'J. Wherever our fortunes call, :;0 orange trees and a new house. ,
'. 'F,181!,9UA'O manufactured oa the St. Johns river warrsnlcJ: : simon
pure
". With a friendly glance and an open hand, 20-A new settlement, 60 acres, from .
'F.\l1ILY. iProvte be bad at $20! ,
can: ton.
n' I -.OUOJCE ,} wACJ 80.vrLL, t t FLORIDA.Wolesale And: a gentle word fo.r all.: GOO to 700 young orange tree, some about per
,1 .. ready to fruit, 6 miles north of Palatka.
.t S iuee life.is a thorny and difficult path,
G', R'0 CFRIES ,r I': t, f ;. Where toil is the portion of man, Good 2 I ITract land and of pleasanJ land'IS.t TroolerVs.TTnSt. lb C udeqc ,' ; :loo.IOE : Shad. !

I. nlrKeUll. Dealers We all should endearor while passing:alongTo ; .
; ,. I ia.i Johns river. Lots 17 & 8 in sec C 7 t
?**?, S make it as 5 .smooth. Ye ae we. .can.e 19 rSO i high bluff 12 miles north'of Enter can be bad at all rimes during the year. FRESH SHAD furnished

prise. duri i the .
f it4 : Season.june11
land
22-High pine 4"967.100aereunChr.t
Confectionery, :gt& a Q(! (} $a NEWS AND CURIOSITY l lak'ejn sec 16 & 21 l20r 30. Also -6m.. ] c. E. SMITH & SON PALATKA FLA.
Fruits II, 39 77-100 acres In sec'16 on the same lake.
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Tobaew, "; .. r 23-Lot 4 !n sec 24 & n J of lots 3 & 4 CHARLESTON & FLORIDA
.... ,";nh. -" .1 4. In sec 25 n } of lot 1 in sec 26 t. 19 r 32, THE EJPOX HOUSE
.; ." Cigars: ,, Oils, Glass, Varnishes, f) ()1' :," t containing 102 73-100 acres with bluff on STEAM, PACKET CO.
IOaiaa'strttt t o., Cte.
St. Johns River. MANCHESTER VERMONTOPEN
ClfAXCE OF SG1IEDILL
1 lI"g' Dk.JaeboQ"IUe. .)- 24-Three acres of wild orange ireeson FROM JUNE TO OCTOBER.
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,P..tL.TK.l : : : FLORIDATourists n w J of s e } of sec 3 t 18 r 29 eontalnWg

PU, J 'nR ; IC1' .' 39 8M 00 acre. ,, _
tjftjs, GLUeS, PKcroscYic "'f"1'T. i -0- 25-N of let 1 4 2f in see 13 tlC r 28

1 OIRr/ from.the otttntry. wIn beprosipfly fitted ,....;-" '.;:. ;' ........I. \4 11_i-__ : ; .'! -f containing 2>0 63.100 acres and has } of an THE PDTM HOUSE.PA .
: visiting i Palatka Fla., will find acre of wdJ orange trees, -,
{ at vety low u&M. [Jao* "" .... Son".n band at Heiss'! News Depot and of lot Sin"'sea 2S t 4 r 27 containing 62 75- OPEN FROM NOVEMBER TO MAT.
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i"1. 100 acres. Address by mail or telegraph, r ---
WLISTALTCBITR1AT .o -r' 1f\J OLD CURIOSITY SHOP. =7-On Indian River lot 71n sec 2118r ,
.. 31 containing,40 acres, ; F. H. ORVIS, The splendid, N T built&: lIi.1ewlretlltumerDIC'fll1'OR
CASES. I 'LilI111)S, rajri mailed to &py paint- on St. John's !:M33 acres on Indian River lot.2 In at Manchester from April! 20 to October 20: .
see13t26r36. Palatka from October 20 20.junel. .
Rirer. Has on hand a fine selection of to April
.. AND. ? iil>-Tract 4080-100 acres in sec 16 t .75 nPr. ,
t-..,' l L'I' 12 r 27 has<>atres clear*!, -..- captain VOGEL, .
fi : 7tJ. I I.O IU CURIOSITIES.. liO-,v tract: of 320 acres good land 9 .W llf unul further notice, leave Charleston
Wood Coffins &U's celebrated Radiant Kerosene and miles from Ocala orSilver Spring on the lesday evening, and Savannah
\orders will be received
Astral Oils by the J>arrel, ease or can, always thankfully R. U. route. Wolne.JI1afteruon for Fernndinaue ( >
on ..*.J. Oar stock of all the above I and meet with p.ro-mphttenlion. Give him Il i-Ten acre lots improved on the '. Palatka and InlertaediaroPETIUNING
call. oct 4'7i tt,
'4'I goofs, is very Does ete and prices guaranteed I a river at Georgetown at tte.mouth if, lake .
low is 'in Savannah Oe r iit '. :
(;. .... fully as or rge. .s -
.,..: 1 Charleston. dto5'T4RALLESTOWjnNURSERIKS 1-A.very desirable"plan Nation of Fro; [ve Pa,at i ka every Thursday evening;
',' -..... r lUelropolitanHotelIf acres cleared land with a> superior two e $OUTe 1 every ?riday morning
'- .. -. 'I story house! situated on Little Q jKe Lake fr, the 'life, Fcrnan4iffia. same day,
I I JACKSONVILLE FLA. : oO orange trees just beginning to bear'ado in Savannah and Charleston every
OF> ALT, SIZES AND QP,\LIT .;S 9 ; ; a 100 3 year old seedlings ; to be bad at a be
TUBCB JUlES ABOTB Tour attention is respectfully called+ to bargain as the owner has more ?l and than I ,St I KKT* xsn BILLS or I.UH'O:
Lathe! and OeQtl.n.t.J1s' Robes the above House, as a nrst-elaf llotel in .he can jail irate". r ; -if tare: siw Tour rn1LdDtLrur
\tkl--.g. done when required. fALATKA, FLORIDA every reepect. Constructed briek and ZS-JL-.:-eA Lila of land's! miles from Pal B*:.TIXOKS/ 1C r
Also.)Iarble" sad Marbleized ail entirely new. throughout, the rooms are" atka 2M acres; wittC3>*>acres' nldereultk- teamer- 'onnect with Florida R.
-81.t" e )lull... g.eC,Sweet> large, airy, neatly furnished, and ample vation, 200 orange trees 4 & I 5 year old & and.na, Jacksonville, Pensacela
tIanufd kI4 f'&ftbe, ltc_ &,., Orange trees means afforded formating. Is located i in buddings, in good; order. Ra, ad at Jacksonville, St.icla. .
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Grape Frail Bleed Shaddocks, office steamboat Itndmgs and other public with 25 acres under cultivation. at Palatka for M.lIondl1e: ) ,
O.HJi\\ Danannas, Guaras, Figs, places. -tAll *7'-.V small cottage on Laurel street. i I s arM upper sU Job,! adIcy.
... .. reaches. Grape, in the.beds have the celebrated Tucker for sale cheap, 40 orange trees. on the sf r 'heOckUwaJSa.rIvo < ..
StrHtbetweea Laura pWe... :- ', ,.ap : applyto
For"yth and Ilogaos nrietl."rplearMr..Qllineu springs in addition to superior mattreekcs., : ijre '
:iS-A oranie of 300 treed It J ADAMS Age t.
f4 K I NYII U Et.f Int. "i grafted on the Haw, The Reading Kea is well sappliei'withthe ; : i young grove
.1 j FalatkA Florida
.\prj outell'luul! Ch.flt'O ft.i'"; current literature of the countrywhile on the east bank of the river one j mile
Reference :-II. L. Hut, .r IleraM Of -- oo..l lie Billiard Room u the largest and finest i from to..n. 1 mile river float, 40 acres of
fice. ar'i 5.1y slees. in this section.f the South. land with\ dwelling, tarn and, ether out lit
p SrtsrI fur Price Lea Address The tables are supplied with meals &e, Jtouses and a cement cistern. eii c !l9fR 11
.\. J. REACH \ soy.iron from the North, and we hate all the Vegetables C>J>.-On St. Jphni river 6"miles south J O. L. KEENERV and delicaeies which the Northern' .of Palatka, 7 acres. New heos/160 orange 110 .'. ...
and *..th.trn markets afford. "'. Jrees, a very desirable ptaee.Iainl .

.S.wr. 3Rates Beard $3.00'per day; liberal .1r5. I3V1tT. 11
pLALna IX terns will b. made t* parties wishing to ST. T i ',.

.n a too.t ---A..I..L! L' engage rooms by the month or entire sea & Ueal :ltetttsjAg't JOBBERS.SOSVILLE .
FANCY A.....''ida TotftLi en l'f'JC21) Ion.-. .o -

situated ia a pleasant part of the tewn. The proprietor aseeres tk-e public thatno I- .""
This place .has oa it ferly-five young or- pains will be spared to make-their. stay r
nge trees frOM three to fire years old. comfortable and pleasant. General Agency of t

'\l'pllo Hoping to obtain a liberal share of your' II'---
\ftl.JEnt DIII. ,patronage I r..ais1eurs respectfully; FIRE.AND LIFE fflSUMCE.Representing iJ !Eg
a\j2 TinT" PaUtla F1oii-)la. nevl7.tf t] T. L'. TOGSI.. Proprietor. :r
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( Fire Insurance.)
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PROF. J. E. FREEMAN'S .
I JOB WORK os /Etna_ or Hartford. =.F' Frc FLA.

'New Barber Shop; ,I Ccorgia Home, orCela bu.*, Ga. s-. ,

v\ rfcmeTfrora New York a Ful II I jan '1S.1'
II Combined Capital Eight: pillion Dol1; .. ate
eaboTe namrJ
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Aoshr I5E5T IS PALATKA.If .' .
r lea and (uli"QII.auortmeat ', N XtUh'3Vith! \ Di it tth h ; And ''b, 1 StoC ..
qf \T W OC W -.. un PIM," 1U S Uy Ar t:; ; J.. I

unD.1 Ioblle :Life ;I.Insnrdnca t.vita. _
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\\ L rre \) cap Ln nil branches Company 1
lVndGfnls' Kid Glo] I 1 !1GARS. .
"O i i Art Jose in any style J.ireoJ. '
[ K hixisit beet pure | j-u andnaidrtollbir..uur atitntipn! paid to Kasors enuing.hap,1 Las I J JA 0f Mobile, Ala.' Capital 500,000.( ( f Jdma e-a tefe Clgfrii'/or 'pl.lln.

r.+ .ntttvof beta I1ice' ADAMS4f
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