The Eastern herald
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 Material Information
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: October 9, 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: UF00086615:00006
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Succeeded by: Palatka herald

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HERALD. bond." Mr. Clifton. % WIT AND HTJMOS.

"Oh, my dear, don't speak so harsh' "No, No! I am -not so bad. "Oh, GREAT INDUCEMENTS:

OF SUfiSCl lOS. ly See how miserably he looks, poor please, lady-stop this bleeding, so ]I When-I,! an egg net oral! When yet /
TERMS boy." can-tell you all," whispered Dick. torn it round.

Per. Annum, (In advance,) : : : $3 2 00 00 I I.a "Nonsense! He has a miserably'bad Quickly they summoned the phpi"l Why is the sun like a good loaf! Because
Monthi, : : : : : :
Six Jived
look I The rascal kit.ering cian who across the ftrect.
Three Months t : :. : T 1si'igle <60 see. young just it's light when: it rises.
10 about, watching for a chance to doctor looked( at the wounded boy and K
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Copy. ; : The that
'1 get i in and steal something. He off, before sad), shook his head. From his side alligator swallowed a corset U .,... -
M"tisements will be well displayed I call a policeman." ? the blood was flowing continually%t dead. It stayed on his stttaaeb
ad' ) icuoa.l1 inserted In the ilium it for awhile and he A Council Bluff's doctor
? ? Dick drew off, frightened at the he managed to stop hangs out a ,
at the 'oilowing(occupying rates. the space.:* of ten threat. The gentleman turned to give' administered a cordial: which seemed to sign inscribed "Dr. II. O. Greene Medico .' -

One Brevier square lines or less) insertion $1 60 some direction to the workmen, and I strengthen the poor boy. 6 Electricio." OIEugene"Come!

For every subsequent insertion, 7fic then the poor boy looked: around. He" I ":(ever mind, lady. Don't lost-: sorry. I sit down on the shelly THE LARGEST

.. wanted another glance at the gentle, I ain't-Please come close catr't speak shore and heAr the mighty ocean roar." ,

WAITING.The sweet lady. She was looking at hima loud," Dick whispered. l Amelia-"I can't sit down, you silly goose

Bid and pitying expression was on And then when all gathered near, because I'd burst my pin-back loose." -

following verses from the Y ung her face. She caught his eye, and stopping often to rest andvto-eeeiv<*.a A circus is
I hastily ogcning her pocket book, drop I cordial from the doctor, he told his tiger roaming around Brazil
said t. be the proluetion
Folks MonOdy are Ind., and who
men never af homean
of Lllien B. Fearing blind child of eleven ped close to the marble: steps.unfcen by story-a pitiful story; one of gratitude since stayed BEST SELECTED
Iowa anyone but Dick, a note. He knew it self sacrifice devotion-aye, cvcq to evening they can remember are
years of age, living in Page county : was for. him A grateful look from death. now to be found in the btum of their fam- ,

Oh, the face that sad and weary him, a sweet acknowledged I smile He had; agreed to come with the rob- ilies every night.In .

Turned towards life' setting sun, from her, and she parsed from his bers that he might give the alarm and reply to. a young writer who wishedto

T\t the golden ewer is broken, sight. save their property. That when the know "which magazine will give me the

And.., ( ,|tsjilver waters run ; lleturning, our poor boy picked'up men had gotten into the house, lighted highest position quickest?" contemporary AND CHEAPEST

Courage, courage weary watcher, the note-a large sum for him to own, their dark lantern, and were about farcing advises "a powder magazine, if you

.,(Forjthe day is nearly done. *,. one dollar-and started off, but came the safe; where the silver.and contribute a fierylirtlcle."

\ Y : d. back again to spell)) out the name on the money were, he had put out the light A Western .
Oh, tke footstep slow and weary door editor thinking to stock ale .
plate. quickly and raised the that aroused
Struggling to the threshold bright, .* f'l couldn't go without knowing her them and for which he was cry then djiog depleted<<: larder, advertised "Poultry

Waiting for the opening portals name. She'll)) be going from this world Tears were streaming from Mrs. (miton' taken in exchange for adfertising." The
Of eternal day and night Ikoow. don't live villa us compositor, seeing Lis oppertnil ;-
soon, Angela: on and other's Her husbandwas '
Waiting for\{be great Redeemer's earth. How I'd like to die for her! I moro agitate eyes.than any one had to pay up a long standing grudge, STOCK OF GOO ;

*Voice across the starless night. don't mind what he said, for I'm used ever seen him before. set it up "Poetry taken in exchange fer

to that kind of talk. lIe couldn't helpit. "Save him, doctor! save him! Oh, advertising ;" and since that time the ,

Oh the hands that white and trembling There's something about me that how I wronged you, poor child," he office boy has been clearing fifty cents a

Grasping jet 1ife'lingering ray ; makes 'em talk so. But what she said said in voice trembling with emotion. day from the waste-paper man.

Standing'ntath the crimson banner, makes me feel queer. A smile for "Don't worry sir. lou couldn't helpit. She stepped into the ear, radiant with. a

Waving ever to the day: Dick! a kind word! money! But what But please tell folks Dick wasn't youth, and looking cool and bright in her -

J1&Dlle'Jh,t. are ever to sing, of that Money I don't care for. Hut so bad a* all thought-when I'm gone flower-trimmed hat and tpeekless suit of NOW OPEN AT

Where ifce _1htIlhadow. plaj. the !look she gave me. The first kind you know. I'm so glad if I've served linen. Fur young men immediately offered

word since mother died j.'vegot today you. Dick has done some good now, her their seats. She accepted one with

POOR DICE. May be ehe will think of me to-night and he's glad to go to mother. So an entrancing smile and instantly gave itto

HEXSHAW BADEN. .when. she says her prayers. lappy. Sweet lady don't cry. It was a poor, WAn. little, old woman who had .
BY FRANCES lIe was: walking along, thinking of
four smile and kind word that saved been. landlng for ten blocks, whereuponthe
the beautiful lady all the time, exceptnow hand. It ? No
Hold is
me. my dirty ; did know
not whether
at the South end knew young to LUienI1w1'sLemon
Every person and then another thought would
how white and clean it i is now! Please,
Dick Allen or Darling Dick, as he was steal back to bit mind, and a shiverrun hear mother get up again or.nit, and tried their beat
light the I calling
better known, either by sight or repu- his veins he eas. not to look foolish.
through as murmured r'm I now. Oh how
coming. eie ,
tatien. lIe vas the aversion of all
: beautiful are lady: Mother is holding Faox HEAVCX TO TOE: CARES or EABTIT.
good boys, the horror of their mothers, "Oh, no! Good Lord, cave me from you head.
a bright crown over your Saturday night when the report reached
aud the constant dread of all the owners that. other to die.-"
of market gardens or well filled "DickJ Any! Dick!" called way near, aroused Up, pleaje? lift me up plusel"'Ihey be city that: armed negroes were march- .
chicken And it invariably happened raised him gently. A right, ng)in force on Edward's depot, a number
coops. him from his reverie. Glancing round
if countless ears of corn just beautiful smile was over the poor pale oC citizens armed themselves to go to the Cheap Cash 'Ol.e
IB saw an acquaintance, Bolting
closed the blue
face. His
r&dy for use were stolen one night, the : Jill[ who said: : eyes ; rescue.u11eetio" was then being held in ,
'text morning either a little strip of I "Come along. You look tired and quivered"So gladmother"wai scarcely one of the colored churches,.and when a
and his head fell
husk from the missing article, ora few. lungry. I've raised the wind, and am breathed out. colored courier entered the church in great
bosom and
-trans of silk were sure to be'Jound going to stand a treat. back on the doctor's pour haste and whispered that, th'. white folks
Dick-was freed from
tangled up in Dick's neglected leeks, i Yielding, as ever, to a stronger will. Dir.k-dcToted and sin. were coming with 'pws' a panic spread -
or somewhere sticking to his clothes. suffering, sorrow through all the Street
Dick followed his companion to an eating congregation.
had him laid .
Clifton .
George among
He always denied the theft. Bat whore I' house, the resort of the very worst Qne old darkey rose up and inquired ,
and little told
said He his kindred dca a stone .
word Dick "
believed a !
characters in town. MIdey got guns
had slept tmroytrights in the station ; It was near dark when they reached the story of his dtvVion.of' The Cuftou'snature cold, Tae courier answered af&rmatirely. .

)house, and once or twice had narrowly I their destination. Dick had been wandering = suspicious nature George Few "Is dej loaded ?" he inquired further. 1":

jbscaped a criminal indictment. Dick I about since fearly dawn aud was has undergone a change "What's d. difference t If de,', got Pa1atka> 1c>rida.
and harsh words and frequent gentle ones, N
was always suspected, appearances 1 very tired. After eating his supper of when he guns dat' nutr for me," said an athletic
fall on the cars the living
Still nothing -:,
again him .
were always lie and in his
grew sleepy, was nodding negro, as he proceeded t himself
is near them for now he feels the ? empty
dreadful had been clear- pow. ---
ever T
when the of the
very seat, proprietor place word. out of the window.
that his cr a gentle
ly proved Aaiost.him.; : except said!: "The good the joy that it : bring The minister observing the confusionand
bad and worse may NEW IMPORTING STORE.
associates were very boys "Go in there and take a nap, pointing Eternity shall tell. seeing that his meeting was virtually DRUG .

men. to &little room close by. broken up... called oa-on of.. the deacons (a *
1'oor Dick was: without a friend.- Dick did he told. How I --- ------- -- .
long .
at was Nun Sun: UOHTJSOLT or WOMEN.Of sing the doxolmgy. AT WHOLESALE J.YD RETAIL.
Those who called themselves being he had slept he knew not, when he : ,
all the etl!! yrevalent among young Doxolmgy, hell," replied the deacon ,
really his worst enemies was aroused by hearing; his own name men, none are more"blighting in their effects "no time for doxolmgrnow" 4 NEW importing Drug House Is now being opened on BAY STUBKT a few deer
ttiefeodium for their misdeeds, and spoken. Peeping around he saw the XL below the NATIONAL HOTEL, JACKSONVILLE FLA., by
tho JIow often were than the habit o peaking slightingly As he finished the sentence his ooat-tail
sometimes penalty. room had two other occupants one a .
: whose ,of the virtue of w men. Nor, indeed, disappeared through the window, and the
ft1 it 'thuatPcrsons' destiny stranger to him; the other he kcew ,, lJ. (i
is there in which men are ; fl & QO"
ocms to be continual suffering the well and dreaded too, for several times anything young meeting was busted for that night.",d- 0

faults of others.Dick Dick had narrowly escaped being inveigled so thoroughly mistaken as in the low esti- burg Herald.
was an orphan. No one claimed that into mate which they are went to form of the Who will keep constantly: on hand pure English, French and German Drags, Medtoines.
ly man very grave Chemicles, Perfumery with all the late Domestic of the
IMm/1nd knew Af too living relative. offences. integrity of the sex-not of their own IVotioo.

He l lived with a very doubtful character Then be heard them planning the mothers and sister, but of others, whcm I EVERY ARTICLE GUARANTEED AND SOLD AT THE LOWEST CASH KICK.

Pete Ooopcr, who needed tins and robbery of a house where they were hey seem to forget are somebody's moth Six months after date I shall present
: accounts and vouchers to the Judge of MANUFACTURERS OF THE "FLORIDA PINE TAR COUGH SniUiVCombined
and sisters. As rule it my
a general ,
told fortunes for a living. cure ot getting well paid for the risk ers may the County Court of Putnam county, FUr-

Dick / had never been very merry, they might run. be said that no person who descends to ida, for Goal settlement and ask to be discharged with the "Li uidamber StyracifluV or na ire Sweet Oem, which.fras one
but lie had grown gloomy.- lIe spent rlhe boy's cars were strained to catch his habit should be entrusted with any en. from the Administration of the of the'best "Pulmomc Syrups" ever used ; it relines Coughs Sore Chest, Wain ss,
boars alone, with his elbows on his every word. A name was mentioned! terprise in which integrity of character is Estate of Michael C. Aagaard, deceased in Hemorrhage, Auhre, Bronchitis &c. No possible harm can result frttt Hs use,
head' in his hands: said county intutate. Uy order of County being "Syrup of Gums." .
knees, and resting > one which was associated with all his an indispensable prerequisite. Plain words
Judge. September 17th 1876. Special attention given to the Prescription Department at all hours of the lay and
thinking-ploUin froischief, com thoughts; of heaven. It was that which should be written and spoken on this point. sl8-Cm. A. BALLARD, AdministratorIN night by the most competent aoJ reliable PbarmacuU. Pills gilded with a peculiar
panions thought; sullen and lazy, Pete he had seen on the door plate where the The evil is widespread and ptrticularlysc geld or silver powder made in France for that purp fe.wbleh deprives them of all unpleasant -

,..- Goopcr declared. angel lady lived. among the young men of the West.If CIRGUIT COURTFor taste and odor without impairing their efficacy in the least.
One day in the early spring, when "&'an we depend on this boy?" indeed, young men are sometimes Medicine Chest furnished and replenished with care anti accuracy at short notice
dull he drove the County of Putnam 5th Circuit Also on hand Fancy Parisian Ornaments, (Parlor and Toilet),.Lubin's Genuine L':..
Pcto business was very "I'll make him afiaid not to do as f
of ,
thrown into the society thoughtless not &
tracts, Soaps :c., bought at 55 Rue, St. Ann, Paris
Dick forth telling him to go and turn we wish. But we'll wake him up and toss, lewd women, they bate no more 9 ) _o.&}'Jori a. '. : .. All orders from a distance promptly filled. Thirty years experience (ads having
_I a penny by some means. Money must sound him. Dick, up with you." right to measure other females by what Nathaniel .Moragne;1 3 f tf for seventeen year of that time given personal attention to the purchase and importation -
be had So the poor boy started in Dick took considerable shaking before than they would hare to estimate vs Dam of drugs, &c. from England and France) warrants the belief that entire( satisfaction -
they see Assnmpsit
; will be given to all who favor us with heir kind atientien.Nov8'id ,
some emplomcnLt' he did they bade him. And may
quest as and Tir- Calvin V. Dibble. $250.) aura
the character of our most upright ages tf.
J. I.
from place to another, their and GUIFFJN CO., Druggists, J.cboQltte.n_
In vain' one then: he listened to proposals tuocs citizens by the developments of crimein O. M. Dewey sworn to $161.
e hctcd! .-.No one who knew him would plans to-biro. Let A. C.Worth (, with interest
courts. our an.l.
our citytpalice young '
At length, far off fromis Alas for all his of trying thereon r a m
m.a job. thoughts .
"Jlr \ Day partners the
and bear in continual
reflect 182-
use S lrbaunts, be saw several men to be a good boy. Either through fear, tfen in name and style of Dib- lal N. H. MOEAGNE M. D.VIJOLESALEANJ
that chief
remembrance happiness
clearing and nodding and trimming or some other motive, he readily and ble Worth 4 Co., j .
rte, trees and plants in the grounds sur- willingly agreed lIe was to go with this life depends upon their unwavering The defendants and alJSKLer persons interested I

toaudan elegant residence. He them. They needed just such a wiry faith in woman. Sunny SuI!. t art hereby notiMd of this suit by \ > ilET* IL, _

made upghis mind to a,4k to be allowed little elf to climb up and do as they in? ."' ..'naowNAwAr.tnlnebrisIsrufIviJnal. attachment and art andflrad h by notified and
? required to appear to the declaration
to.help. .". I... structcd him. staggered into the Detroit City Hall and filed in this canswl the Clerks office I> "1T c;. c;. :J: !3 .ar. 1
:, '.Ul t what' theiuse? ue said. "it That night there had been a grand of said Court on or be We the first Mondayin )
will bo like with all others I've asked. partY2\t Mr. Clifton's. It was late before yelled out j December 1875, or Jgment will be taken I
Everybody: hates ae: frowns on me, the guests had departed,. The ",Rah! fr Fou'th July !" by de.ault: AND DEALER IN
I do to be "Fourth of July, you deugh-head!" Guns.Plaintiff's.
aDd tells me to be gone. try household were all completely tired out Attorney.
-good, but it hain't a bit of uic. Alls and sank on their couches in heavy plied a policeman-"wb/.it'i September. at28'i b-sm. DRUGS CHEMICALS OILS
I'm bad: and BO I'll slumbers. It seemed to Mr. C lifton he M know hie." '/ ffi'lID 1 i
the world uy'J : !:II IId4< :)! 13 i1 lP ]}'WI1! mifg
hue to be u long a? I am in it, and hac scarcely closed his eyes, when he "The 16th day of eptember. Notice to Setters and Cre itrrs.

Pete Cooper say's I'm bound to be was aroused by the cry: Course 'tis an' zhoni Fou'th July allus Notice is hereby given that all persons PAINTS CIGARS

limns! The stars told him I was! If "Murder, }.'irel"! Thieves! come on shizteenlh day ot ZbepUmber!" haling claims against the Estate of Jose A.

I'am, it will be sure to be for some one Ere h. could spring from his bed the "No' you idiot." y 1 Leite late of Putnam ceuoty deceased will .. PURE LIQUORS FOR XEJ'ICAL PURPOSBB.
"1 me! I don't of sounded through the "It zhoni !" present!! them within the time prescribed bylaw I
: else. Lord, please save report a pistol or this notice will be pled }In bar of 4 f I II
wind dying for some one else, but not ball. An instant: after, a piercing crya uS 0." their recovery. All persons indebted to Garden: Seeds tcC c. ,cfco -, (
in that way. I've hardly) slept an hour child's voice-reached his ears.- "Zhen what fool I am I" sighed the in- said Estate are requested to make imme- I" "

since ho told mo that; I'm thinking of Bewildered and terrified, be caught up ebriate.to go'n frow'way all this drunk!" diate payment : ::: .

it ll the time. I wonder if God thick's his dressing robe, turned on the gas And he staggered sadly out. :: JAMES BUILT '' .. .

I'm to; bad lIe knows I never did and na out into'the hall All was still Aug., 28ih 1875. Eucut.sr48w.SUBSCRIBE r. t

anybody any harm in my life; but never then, save low means and difficult An eminent lawyer a of Boston tells the Pure .Chemicals ami Genuine !h l.lgs, 1

no good either, I a'spose. I dreamed breathing in the lower hall. One and following joke : A flashily dressed young

last night that mother was calling me another terrified appeared on the step sprig entered Hen Butler's office and was

to come to her. Oh, if I could only go and followed George Clifton ii he de- requested by Benjamin to be ,ted. The .t ,
for form ofA Will be kept constantly cn hand, together with a FULL STOCK the
If I could only do. a,good turn scended and drew close to request was complied with, and the young .

somebody and then! die." child lying on the velvet carpet, surrounded man was asked to state hill business .

lIe wag leaning against the iron railing by a pool 1 of blood. Well, Mr. B., what would be the firs p.. CELEBRATED PREPARATIONS... OF

when the door of the great house As George Clifton gazed inquiringly for to do in order to learn the j 7
opened and a lady and gentleman came on the little pale face, which seemed thing profession !" Benjamin fixed his weather t, .. < t'a' -_ 'l JOHN WYETH & BROTHER.
out Jcscenced the steps. The somewhat familiar to him, the boywhispered 1' .
nt1tman'. face cold and stern, words eye upon thenebby-dressed young man I
was in low, broken ; F 0 n THE '
but his companion's gentle, sweet and "They didn't get--nothing, .I halloed and surveyed him from his flashy necktie !. To the assortment of which would call the especial attention of Physic'"*

and beautiful Dick noticed that -in time.. I to his highly polished boots, and exclaimed I generally.Palallca. _

and started toward her ,to ask her for "Oh, George this is the boy you ; "The first thing yon had better do I II I
work. would bo to and roll in a barn yard.'",
drove away this morning, said a low I go Florida
"Please lady he began when the frightened voice near by. And poor An answer came 114uick.. the suggestionin I I -' _

gentleman: raising his cane, exclaimed : Dick raised his eyes to see his angel; the following terse language ; "If t m rflIII; mmm Z3 f
should come and study two years in your .
I lady '
'Jk. off with you, you young vac% "1I5! Then iris as supposed," said office vouidn't it do jnsi'Ts well" EIEiH..A.LD: March, 17, 1SuU-. fj ,

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}1nu. FLA. Sept.. Lab; lS7i.Mi. STATS ITEMS.A I Awarded Highest, Medal. at. Vic.. ,. 1 ri.a.rl..lwl..IILINt tndery L Dttl1'1171It.1LS..CI
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The subject of opening the Etcniah CASE or Poisosisa.-It seems that a I ', 37.IWILLW 1
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; -- -- Creek for navigation. bas already been no- )'Ir Matthew living some miles north a' r
------ ---- cited In the HEBALD and I believe other town, bad been losing watermlon out ofher I
128. stre
Mooting a
1'ALATKA, FiMBIDA.SITURDAYPCTRIat paper, bat it seems not to excite, muck patch and put strichnine in same: of 591 Broad'tcay, Aw l'orb:. .

interest. Believing as I firmly do, that it ii them. Lai week one of the melons was I Being now prepared for the FA
9, J875.! (Opp. Metropolitan Hot 1.) roa 1875, I wish to call the
? i 11 matter of easy accomplishment,.an<1 stolen. Pretty soon! thereafter three colored merchant to my large an !
one that would cut comparatively JUtle, men, named Cain Buie, Jack Buie and AsrrACTrKEBs, IMPOKTESS DEALERS ISCIJROJIOS

\ workingmeu' excursion from England when at the'came time it would be pro> Anthony Jones were taken violently ill I I. CIII ia1. LA '
\inerica. next ye r I* prar.ttJ4, leaving & FRAMES,
dnetiveof vast to theconnty. in that with pain in the stomach and gave every i
Liverpool. '** Ij' tn JuueY lniog S ey Yerk.Wasfcifgteo. E.4Bf11R1'B'4RE,1.00KIJ'a GLASSES
| Chi- it would reclaim large bodies of valuable evidence of Laving been pobened. Cain STEREOSCOPES & VIEWS,
Baltimore, Philadelphia '
Und for cultivation bring an immense Buie soon died ad: it was thought Jack !4rROS "& GOODS JAPAS,
*,,, \ftag4a.Fa1& and the Ltd cities of ILBCIS, 6waGSforn u4 ftltllLI TIE!1 :"i-;
_< Atrount of the best pine timber/n/ the Plate could not live, but Le is pow recoveringas I
t'aaQa, aid eabitklng at Quebec JOT Ea1reI"
within reaeli of Barict, encourage the is Anthony Jones.-Qmry Journal XED WAREIC.i
ibe"nu3dlef The ex- Photographic Materials.We .
"* at".ui Augast. ,
Ufl.Ohiol' x.uld! be Induced to visit the rapid settlement of the county, and furnish The Tallahassee Ftoridia says: On P. PTOAIJE, r !I A great paret te4Jiree afro ss EM r o p s,
shipping facilities to a large section of are Headquarters for everything in Besides .
Seu bU.ic Saturday' niDg, the boiler of an engine II staple good I keep always a large
: the of
county, now destitute. in this respect. I. used for way M nufac' rer of al.eot
------- running a grin mill and cotton

Jacksonville V... of tie 7lh says: de net feel satisfied to see the matter die I gin on one of UoL J. Williams' plantations Stsresptisans and Hagi: Lanterns: i Dnn i' Ms f s BIMs s &C Kc.BtnLDERS' French China and Cut Glass.

Vt ar? ."formed tlia't the ".0. P. Frailer, on'. Every merchant., and every man 10'1 about six miles from town explode Being Manufactures of the .

J 4.1"0 of lie United State District Court terested in Dipping on the St. John's and was lifted and thrown from its bed a 3l7e ci(nti'c Lantsrn: I Dealer in My thorough knowledge of the business
0 er. should feel an interest in this matterAs RARDW ARE aequired by an experience of over Twenty
DijVet of tUrida.: on in distance of ,
wf line Northern | I some Ibirtl1uds. It passed Stero Panopticon, Years?enables m* to buy at the lowest figures
received leading matters now stand much produce goesto the < I r*.\. \TS, OILS, &c.
farr: :Ilion i f m attorneys through roof of a shed and was Lnrle< and consequently to sell ai prices 09
.r hiM Court tL .tThos. eMurray hatS the rail read that would go to' tie river in a direction wnere no damage was: done. University Stereoptiou, Sole Agent for which the retailer can realise a> handsome

Y wstuui d the anlkeriiy of hat court, in if the trees were opened. A company. has Fire or six persons were in the gin house Advertiser's Sterooption, TW 5atuul li i fast faThe profit..

''Arresting a* UnitedSute Deputy Marshal already been organized in Alachna county at the time, but the direction the boiler Artopticoo, Crest lamas Fin Iriipukr Ci. Wm. L. WEBB, ,

Harney Richard for a folation of the for.the purpose ,cT opening the Santa Fe took in its flight saved them as well as the School Lantern FIJI Imbue Wo 5 (.. 13 M,.,.f Strttt, OII.tRL&S10.- ''. s. C.

Unite Slates Revenue'laws\ without a creek from the Santa Fe lake-lo the A. 0. grist mill from harm. family Lantern, People's Lantern.: Send for Prices. ang21'75 2m.

Varrabt, and subsequently revealing Lis & W. I. T. Co' Rail Road and I am informed Each OFFICE ISO: WAB.EEOOXS,
George Nixon, the colored number of style being the best of its class in
true character as Deruit"SlierIff} Nassau that they Lave commenced work. the market. Sos.20 & Hsyne and 33&So PinckneySt:
& the Leg stature from this county, died at
Coun y, andsaowlpg a,arrant from Jod e Their is a small job, and pill' coon be his residence some miles south of town on Catalogues of Lanterns and Slides with FACTORY YARDS,

'.\rd' b.ttJ. e'f theVoorth Circuit of the completed., and will bring transportation ito r Tuesday last after a long and severe spe'lot directions for using rent on application. Ashley River West End Broad St.,

has ordered inquiry the Northwest corner ef Putnam countyto day mi CIlAnLESTO s. c.
Stale of Florida sickness. lIe suffered greatly from the eitcrpruiiif BU ni as. meaty a lajit LutoitqJ

into the inaiter'for his Judicial ac'ien In the S E. and of Santa Fe l.ite. will in. dropsy, which was the immediate of Cut out this advertisement for refoct2'75- 'sep25'75.1y.h .

nits crease the; flow business to the railroad. cause. neDce.-ea, .. .............-.. -- ,.a: ;
'Jre p'rf : :aI7IAlCCEAxlox his death. U. was one of the best, and
Tliose interested in these matters on the N J 1TOR;
:ort liked both by white and black, of
:JAtzsoa: f.a.rrl. I any
er Til wake I not well
river, should am
r 'irlin7ai aiLsaed'a .up. of the colored men in the county Though
_Governor Kemrer : posteJ in the doings of the Florida Legislature NEW LINE
proclamarlc' announcing that the I but am told that there's a law he was not educated, he had: good commonsense ANDFERXAXDINA R; J ADAMS,

Yirtinonies of AwKting the statue ofgionejruT i which provides for the organization of and desired to do right. lIe servedas ,

received from I deputy sheriff and county commissioner
JacV" nrrecentIy companies for the purpose of opening eucb
? vllK I e'pl, ce in (Capitol squ.re.licbrrr of this county some years back. Peace to TO TILE'PP'
Eorop#. streams as the Kloniah for navigation, and UECEIVI
lib ashes -Quincy Journal ,
: >i 4" Tuesday, lh2C day of that this !law gins to such companies the -

i) ."l'he pIe of Virginia i and aij exclusive navigation of streams: opened by SALES or LAHD.During the pant month St. Johns STEAMSHIP LINE.

rot1., .. ,whatever Siatv or section who. them for a term of years, and a large the sales of public land amounted to $2- FORWARDING.AND .

idm ,'hib s and valor, who love virtue amount (I dic't know haw. much) land. %3G8. During the corresponding month '

and jcre.,! Le memory of Gen. Jackson, The company organized for the purpose of i list year the sales only amounted to $501- .
Arts coj liilly invited by the Governor to opening the Santa Fe creek organized 60. September has been found to be the THE SEW ama COMfOXTABLV STTAUCB: QBXERALCOMMISSION .

l e pri\r t on that day In order "that an undor the provisions of this law. dullest month or the year for this business,

W. pvr..S'g worthy; 6f tl|.. occasion pay The matter is worth looking into. Who and a great advance of these figures maybe y 'STILLCAPT.

aU.tlt f'C'r admiration of the people fur his will. do it t Respectfully; in expected this month and the succeeding I It

tinted character, and tli'>ir appreciationof EAKSEST.FCOM : one. Orange and Volusia counties usually MERCHANT

the rympalby that promoted their I ceme in for the great bulk of the tales of CIIESTFR.MONTGOMERY; ,

'friends In the British islands to present a the A'eu South of the 6th we extract land, but during last month the sales have LfLLI F BOY ,

\ntturial so nfrble and so gratifying; to the she fallowing item re1atlp"to the cover an area extending from Manatee to

Vnofe Southern people/ It is expected St.-Jobn's, Lake: Bust's and Gulf Railroad Calhoun Sentinel. W. A. SHAW Master, PALATKAt FLORIDA.'ALSO .

that the .wMownd des giher of Gen Jackson Company the writer. r': "The road is I The Quincy Journal says: About ten CAPT. FAIRCLOTHi

will be |ale guests Utile State of Virginia 1ob constructed upon the approved narrow oVock on Wednesday night last the alarm

''I or'city' of Richmond on the occasion gauge, Us eastern terminus on Ins St. of fire was given and it was discovered Isplactd permanently. on the! route aud ijril

'of .the unveiling of the statue.. John', at a point on Lake: George yhere I that the kitchen of Col. S. B. Lore intpwnwas leave every JACKSOSTILLI TUUBSDAT morning:, from at Salary's 9 o clock wharf, for' 2,These North steamer River and sail from from rnandina New YorkPie Railroad -0- .,

connection is made with ocean going vessels on fire. Soon almost everybody turnedout SALT L\KB, Lars IlABficr: Last: jEtscr, Wharf.Sails .
of Senator Allison Chairman and thence level ENTKBPKISC, MELLONVK.L; VOLPSIA, \VcLlKA.PALATKA.ToCOI.pBEiaCoriSrKIJSGS-
The dignity runs over a country to do what >was possible to check the from Ternandina on Wednesday
of the Commission appointed to treat twenty-three miles tq Lake Eustis, and fire fiend. The :
: York
joined the dwelling and .all: the intermediate landings on the Sails from New on Thu r sda, : y s.
yihjie""Sioux! ] f r the cetfion of the Black from that point is to be extended west- house, and this. too was soon ashes; not St. lobes river. Fer freight or passage apply to DEALER IX

II ills,receive! a se ere, check"daring: the wardly the pul.of( Mexico. That portion however, until all the furniture had been The LOLL!! BOY connects at PACATKA HERM% GELPCKE, Agent

first fermal nf
p rMasire accents he broar'Led to to be built at once, and the extension to Colonel, as we suppose it wu not Insured ASXAn, and Cur Pour from CHABLESTOX. o William st., Ne..rArk.Or.J.
the ancm fed pig Ind'ianf'a proposition the Gulf to be made as soon thereafter as and amounted
to some $2000: or $3,00. ing: will leave i'AtAT&A every MonDAY for; Representing CHARTER KING,Agent.
!hat instead 'of telling their lands they the company may be enabled.At I It is not known how the fire originated Jacksonville at 7 a to Fernandina, F ,

should lease item to the Government, so lake Eustis the whole "country of the whether by accident or other,wise. For Freight or Passage, having superior .

!tjjai .the abate men'could comeln and work! upper takes" is tapped and the entire section ----- - ------- --- accommodaliens apply on board or to
: II. U. TKASDALE. Proprietor
the mines, assuring them that if they bordering upon and adjacent 'to the IYL H. Rog ero"& C'or may: IC'73-tf. Palatka. Fla. Only One Dollar. l\DW" .

agreed to this arrangement; when the gold above mentioned lakes will be opened up] ItGROCERIES

and utter valuable mineral should be exhausted by this little link of twenty-three miles. av lMaJl Weetly Momi Neis

the country we.U again be there: 'The lakes closely connected, have a C.OPD; !

t4'dispose of. When ill seductive propo mon interest, afford a common LIgWay, Will oe sent to any address six months
for One Dollar. Tii is is one of the eheaptt
U'was traulated to the chiefs, Instead of and a stream connecting at the Lake Eus wellies J dlidtd. It is not a blanket sheet

Bearing a chorus of approving "lows," he tis' terminus, can deliver freight at every I in wb cb all sorts of matter is promiscuously -

'!\, greeted With shouts of uncontrollable landing. a'.jng their shores save Apopka, r rwitg 1 ommiui n M hntl! WIHE. l thrown. It is De 'printed four ,
Pure Wines Eschol page paper compactly made and edit
bterffrom the whole body of aboriginaltg..itariis whose water connection by proper labor Scuppernong from; up
; r ) Wine Company, Richmond county, N.C., ed with great care. N--tong t : of a dull or FURXITITUE
The idea of the white men may be mad navigable and which is only or sale by K.J. ADAM8 heavy character is admitud into the coI-

ever consenting to surrender to the Indians separated by a narrow strip of land at limns of the \Vu :LY. It is an elaborately -

a. terrtttty( in which they -had once points only four mile in width. GREAT I compiled compendium of the best things
.'''''lied ft foot&old, struck these not entire The above company is now fully and legally that appear in .the DAILY NEWS. Tbe'tel CROCKER)
egraphie despatches of the week are, re
1 unsophisticated children: of nature as a organized. Its Board of Diretors is edited and car"';.lly weeded of everythingthat k

'tremendous jcke, and it proved altogethertoo composed of representative men of the different And DeJers in is not strictly of a news characterIt

much for their proverbial, graTllJ' ,...- sections in interest with the roil MUSIC; HOUSE also contains full reports of the markets ; PROVISIONS
thus, those who have the
'JV. SUit. and well known for public spirit and integ not advantage of ,
,.. a daily mail, can get all the news, for six
:The Ames in 'Mississippi rity. Its President,James E. Drake, formerly mpuths, by sending One Dollar| to the pub
newspapers !
a Lawyer of St. Louis, a gentleman lishsr; or Jar one year by sending Two
and e'f the Qlantorg'DIin the North
many Dollar
of distinguished attainments and eminent
tire filled wtth'fabrie'aied'accounts'' of out- : -JCKSOX MLLE FLORIDA.SmithNorton The DAILY Mosxno NEWS is LIQUORS
for hit high worth energy and admio.illrathe DRY GODS th* same Jl1lY1GRAIN
rialfup.on the blacks whereas iteattgs- ability. The Vice-President reliable organ oftuMio opinion that it has ,

tion La shown that: in almost every in- always been- ;oreus. Ihoughtfal. and
tan<> foe trou hue been.the aggresf Col. T. C Lanier is well known throughout conservative in the discussion of the issue
the State, a veritable/ "01.1_reliable." of the day, and lively sp-rkliug and entertaining -
orfc. As au example of the way in which
The Secretary and Treasurer, Mr. II. II. & Co. in its presentation of the news.. ,
lawless demonstrations by white leagues In gathering and publishing the latest Information -
Duncan, Yalaha, is a gentleman of fine .' .. j- ,
are manufactured from the least possible' .. and in dueussing questions of
business capacity,having the confidence of public policy, the )Jonl Material, we may cite the story set afloat I'ROPRIET )RS. fully
the whole people. The Chief Engineer and abreast. of the m ist enterprising journalism &C.
\1" Jackson In regard to the march
paper General Superintendent, is Gen. E. WRueker of the times. Price, $10 for 12 months ,
of one hundred Democrats armed with THE LARGEST ASSORTMENT OF $5 for C months. ,
of late in of the Selma -
'guns and cannon who were said to have charge The TBI-WIEWLY NEW has the same WHICH WLL BE SOLD AT LOWEST

left Crystal t &prngs( in battle array, to intQhiteA Marion 'and Memphis Railroad a well Provisions features as the DAILY NEWS. Price, $G for. .
known: railroad man who brings his large Pianos 1! month; $3 for 6 months.
tata'pn'lgu col- ; CASH OR BARTER
against peaceable: : PRICES FOR:
influence and experience to the aid of the Money for either paper can be sent by
.rfd" 4Wnp| l The diets are that no party Organs. P 0.ordec, registeifj letter Express.at;

'.f Demotrail left Crystal Springs %t all roc.d. Sheet Music I publisher' rls ang7'tf. -
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but the proprietor of .a steam mill in the A Maryland newspaper in discussing! I Music BOOKS I BUILDERS'Furnishing

)tlQlUera part of Hinds county, determinto the of Fisher the late Violins. I
case young ring I
ri change his locaioaoaded( ] his boiler Assistant Di.tricittoru110r the Districtof I grain Hay, Guitars, ::1 Mill,
\jinU Iroa smokepipe: u'poi wheels' and' em- Columbia, whose numerous offenses Jacksonville Florida.

pled eigbt'elr ten men, wit'h' al .q..1 have at last brought; bin from tke publio .\

bNmberofyekes cf oxen' o move hu prop prosecutor's'chair into the prisoner'dock, ANP :' .. '
-, The eight;rte.i' tir"tye"wer'; soon i f. I & Co.
w erly. sets up a claim for leniency his behalf ; ', '1 :Penniman ,,
fOJ': .
magnified by.Amepartisans inioone bun on the ground that his peculiar mental or. '
Bt red Demo j'thirsti g for"blood", while gsnintion.Jeode: him incapable of distinguishing MUSICAL- -.-, MERCHANDISE; .' II ._ '; .. ",. Manufacturers and Dealer in

t"e itsaiu better was afTSe same time and HfTnnlnrinrP UMrrDf xPTflil
between right '!rong-In TIlE CE.'TURYw.jii
transformed into a piece of artillery. 3 IJiOlHlllil o, DillllKlo, UblUll QlillTURNED
short,that heals' destitute of moral sense. 4 ND ,,! .
--- The New York Sun suggests that even if Of> ANY HOUSE IN THE so iu. WORK
A Si.x -The New Yojk ,1 tiheablet :
this plea. were valid so far as Fisher isis : L atsr Rival
an4: HM.t manly Repastmn paper in the concerned, it would not relier: from the S KIESHave Brcgh and Planed and:
'mire of Pianos Organs, Violins, Guitars. and all.
oonntryf-ince the grand Venasyl- severest censure those who kept him in General oduce Sawed Cypress Shingles,
Vania-ajm gilts Up tie contest' ; W* cfltte a 1 'ng time in. defiance of public sentiment kinds cf instruments stood thq test of analysis! by four Lath, Fencing Vegetable Crates, Ac.
copy from it : "We have had two great I competent chemists, via : Prof Sillman,
since his idiosyncrasies, if his -
State Chemist of Conaf Prof. C. U. tfhepard. -
paBicv throwing large number of men friend choose to eal. them so, bad frequently I FOR :PENT Jr., State cbemits.i Svuth arolina; Seasoned Lumber.

but eapfeyweat... There is more distressabroad manifested themselves before his Palatka Florida.' ? p.tor W. C.: lilJen, Washington, D. C.;

nw. ; thanjhen ; the pinch of want appoiatment and .were publicly known. Prpf. John Darby, Few Tork. All cf Constant! on hand. t. AIJ orders.

fi Mi I. many aseTiMs.. Every day the i The fact stated by the Su only goes to AD ",J,,Ick"agree in pronouncing it "Wi bout tomptlj filled. .
work of g4 g vernment is beset with in- prove that Fisher and those who appointed ... SUbst.nceVhateur., and "Free .from" For any sale Deleterous by may I 187S fsa .
troubles -- '
irealiegdlt5eultiea, and the of him and kept him in office are afflicted tI jau9 73tf K J. ADAMS. SALE lull ,-

other oipatriea are repeating themselves with the fame "peculiar mental organiza FOR SALE OX THE INSTALLMENT PLAN. '

b.r.Vhet. r Ikepeple wish to beep-'a tion.." The case of t Ibis man .Fisher is NOTICE.Six Livery i Stable
fLick uiU'tbelin'a pap/mooe1; and
similar to hose of Boss Shepherd and the 1OOOOO PoundsVANILLA.
the national creditor WJit: belongs tq .Inslrumtnti) taken in exchange for Metr W.a Hotel!,
psy late Columbus Delano. All of these men i weeks after date I shall apply to the Opposite f
him, area ettjon* which mnttbe rubmit- ce.w ooes."r te for Catalogues and. Judge of the County Court of Putnam Florida.C. .
bare retained in responsible positions by Jacho1Ul, '
Ts9r Terms.J. Florida to be Administrator
led l. an" Toe'bfere we can prolioa face of the county, appointed --
... tb+mt.<\1eii.; :' At present they are the administration; most notorious s\\f E. LUCAS, Agent, Palalka: Florida. aa creditor, upon the estate of D. UcCtp.*. fswprfelor.
their otter

proofs of untrnttworitfttes Ruben Hill, deceased in said county, intu-
i.. doubt:' The \Kepubl'oan party suast and I jnne5'75tf. Horses, Baggies, fwf&ns and other
I ;. What better) proof do the pe t+,pj"* tate. By order of County Judge. September -
_ill s*aui fiim, e.ae what may. But the need to convince them that' Radicalism is 17lh 1875. vesicles., constantly. for hire*f------[f20tfTuist _

D:meer 'l. are,' ill .Kr opinion, making eynoaoraous with rascality, and that the WANTED 85 tO S2O per dsy. Agents wanted. s'lS-Gw. IIUBBARD L. DART

tepid progress, and it is",trite possible entire. Radical faction Is "incapable of dis- > _. All cU se*of old working p-ojle of both*exe%

"e w U orcu faj. pjat. ,le:::!that thty'msygtl : roangand mikcrtiW* money at work i ISD FORWIKDI56 .
goternmeat ticgaisafng.between, .. right wrens, for us, in their own'I&Smies, during their .
; ( the ueil
r>< e .. 'fliwill do *o beyond a doubt, if i else. We offer
5-. of nmal sense." any thing employment that Tensdale
t fl( pfxipU l are prepared to try the finan1Vrlii ; will| pay bandsemely for every hour's work. Henry! 'I. (

1 l rtJo eriH-uuiaiically rectired inhl.lia. Advice to Republican papers: M.HRogero&Co. Fell particulars, 't.rms. &e.. tent free flceoh ct1.
St!end address once. Don't j. TAVING superior Steamboa arehose
l'lIr' delay.Now f Rasseir XX Flint Otis
And Put tie little rooster ; Z f t- ... '' A supply ot
a, ul it> and Penn'j J-I\'IDi4. we away 4 iJtand
> work Wharf facilities will be
H the time: 1)Qt: lock for or pleasedat > that will stand intense heat awij
Ih- cat f* cnnfidtut as..some 9'our pub, Never mlsi your displsy heaJs ; t business elsewhere, until ytiit Late learned all time to at t nJ' (a be business of Chimneys break'

t us) ire4J..hai ; ""f' f"-: 'o nc''' s mend FUioe nil Merrill ain't enthused, or _r what we "ft'.... () S- :v'C.' iCn, Portland, : their friends and the jmfclSe geherally not mareh&f K J. ADAMS
c Miin s t\ttt.i fur: don .c lead* 'st aprl13; t"H 'T : Jaiqr -Tnl: 11tL mar17-lf: ,,

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I 1 toe Sr'&>*tit a literary ptpar, with.. It is a good< time now for the northern I I II PIAXOS Axn OBOOS. best! and rheip- I'I'W : ThCmpSr; ;; ,.rleY.Y.- --r JIM f 1 LthEI &
I! nbli.he4 at Atlanta I est. buy a' Ochu Music !House COAl
.. /7 .jlERAi. ferillif new I ftories\s+ \ :f visitors ta come to Florida as the countryis ,I youian pl -.11Ij'ry: h esytr t ScrrfJ4'rl rwl'r
lit : Ga., every other Saturday It will be free from sickness of any kind an I the for Write cash for or terms.ou one. cr two years j31-lm.time I 190 KING STREET,

"' Issued weekly just as soon as they can ar weather will be favorable fur them a? least tlllUsTtt, i (c.

t.j ran their eograjring department. John fix, months or more. The weather is pleasant i IBIR Potatoes $:.60 per barrel at Est !
. H. Seals. Editor & Proprietor. and a tracing.stimulates the sys C. Parkhurst. ,
tem. ---- -------- - -- -
bAY. OCTOBER 9, 1875.Paperf5th7tdidalCirciiit.: Examine Lilienthal's assortment of Boot XE\V\ ADVERTISEMENT*. THOMPSOn & CARLETON,

t Shoes. Ladies, Missee and Children' GENERAL MERCHAUDISE.$

.. Kid Button Shoe. a speciality. tf C.G..ATNew Ycrk.P.n.O'BEics.Savanzuh

.LL: :\r TTEn. If a bog steals and grows fat on a neighbors H. F. McKessA Savannah.prayO'Brien&Co.. .1e /rev/A/ to J" !

\\1 garden, tbe owner is accessory to the
(scbs bananas wanted, apply at crime of larceny and liable under the \0 Pn.AI Iv 1":1 '

statute to the penalty, penitentiary a cer- Our price are fe l Iew IheM'" ..y 01" r
tain number of months. 147 Bronglitcn, St., Savannah, Ga. dealer in the L'nitnl l SlalM Nw extra

rT n the steamer City Point will REAL ESTATE charges fordraItJu1i..g.r fr.i >f.
alttivon Friday morning. OxE ofth-L; striking effects of the prepay trrtgbea newt gseda
free at any depot ma the H.. oi isWuiih;
ye- :1h ',don'L let him : orange culture this section of country! DRY GOODS. aster, Witsningtva nod OolumlkU, Sculls
Ir. particularly! on the St. Johns River, In Carolina& an
r too Tongs J f" .' ,fI i the neighborhood of Palatka, is the great W ARE NOW RECEIVING OCR FALL (tall Roads ; aIM, l. all points In 8* ik

.I dog could talk, what would 'he say increase. Ii the value of river front Iand T bTOCK, and will offer during tbe season, Carolina Georgia and FWriUa, .baring; direct -
I mmunic with" IwirUno
water" iH>n
'r Cl his mt,ter.y. which. for several years hut stesjtfy held i I No portion of the state has better facilities an nnasually large: and attractive assortment ALL GOODS
1 for than that I of FOKtlON u-J DOMESTIC: GUARANTEED.
their own at, fifty dollars acre. I transportation part of styles,
Ia. .\. J, HioaicK and wife, arrived per Putnam county in the vicinity of the StJohn's such as colored Drew. floods; Mourning ANDPalatka TEs M__Ch by P. O. order *r Kegilered :
--- I Goods BUck Silks Colored silks Black i latter, or 80 w* M W J.T. eliy: ac-
i the 7th Point.
\fday ,on steamer City river. All the Charleston
and Savannah
We are pleased to see that :Mr. Lilien ,Alpacas Merinoes Cashmeres, Poplin; ep tti>" with interest added .i 1 Mr rent
thai has obtained the cervices of Mr. S. steamers come as far as Palatka, Hosiery, Gloves, Handkerchief, Embroideries .a month. Always eavlose ibis! ..dttrl tt-

new discovery has been made in gin- Bear formerly of Jacksonville. Mr. Bear ii I. and there is also a daily line from Palat Lace,. Trimmings, Notions, &:., &c. meal with order if CMivenient.

otton and wool In the tame manner. and inefficient salesman ka, to Jacksonville. The line of contemplated Cotton Sheetings, Shirtings. Prints, Jeans, List: cf Net Prices. No Ex'O::l:3 to Aid
trey gentlemanly INA'GI.t: .r ITS
and all the varieties of domestic goods. .
to Mr. Lilien.thaI' railroad from Waldo ta Ocala parses ,r ueaQ Finest quality Toting jriwa tea-qoain.vuniurp
lock and a bell would be a fine thing will be quite an acquisition Blankets. Flannels Linen Sheeting Table
near tbe western of *! ijJj"rxqniMio; ttavur, aDd gretm
boundary Putnam.and
Ito .. Linens, Linen Towels Napkins, Shirting
e court house, body i..oMn. strength 'Sr Rk This ..
every : per Tea peci !ly
if built, will be a great benefit to thai seeffion Linens, and other housekeeping goods.Ladies .
reeemaseaJe.I. >'in. ,
be posted on time. st qualittVotunq
Da. BACXJcianr'a new steamer Tuscan ,I and i it is thought by many that the under garments of every description. $eaeheeg. s;intewder. :&lI.j IIyoh Tf" .
1. Ilia made her trial in Jacksonville on Gentleman's Furnishing Goods, &.. Florida. .
xaLS. baoanaa, .citrons, limes, trip most practicable route by which reliable Mr. of firm-a :Sl.OO... lb. Srcud qu..y: 1 eaaSUc. I" t
J"moDl and other Tuesday last We !Learn that she made a. steamboat communication be Christopher Gray. our lib. TfmlquiiliiyT l l ., lIU u"by otperekst
guavaslemons can established buyer of thirty years experience located r
satisfactory The Tuseanilla was built : era alI per. ; you can hue desire l
plentiful. rjaa. between the St. Johns river in New York where his FAMILTXRI-: I
to run on the Ocklawaha river. She Is-a : Halifax and Indian rivers is TY WITH THE MARKET. iud his KNOW- bj' uat SOe.pcr Ik). Crumbed ;ugir l41"!!'; ;
by Dunn'sLike. wJere i Sugar S} Ibs.; Griiiiuiaird A : u
people are,!& auspicious to allow buoyant, neat craft, and is attractive. EDGE OF GOODS enables him to
very fly to light on the end of their obtain the BEST at the LOWEST:: PRIGE3.
fare We wish the Tuseanilla success. Sugar 101] Iba.: ant Brown f ugur.
His extensive he
buying as
purchases (
11 Ibs. fH ;I. tinley's 1'ecrK-es: Family
THE palmetto transplanted.by C. V.Heiss does for our house and for his Augusta Flour, our .*n brana'.utkde! from buL Virginia
read of the formidable patrol last December has proved a success house) secures for us the heavy trade dis Willgivc prompt attention l loony busts- Wbeal-an elegant article -:3). Ib-.
counts, allowed only to LARGE BUYERS. entrusted fothera. in their FIRM in-
longer heard on the aide walks after It is exceedingly difficult to get a transplanted Besides, h. buu for CASH, and consequent es tl\y.\ Ie $1, or $* tier Urrel. OooJ Faintly 'I
dhld9'Jrcar: Flour 21 Ibs. for Si or ;7 :>"> pr barrr>
"m.- full grown palmetto tree. to Ute .y much cheaper than those who pay: lairs Choke tan
f Ragged
4 ._.1. t. In this instance Mr. Ueiss has achieved. long me pricet.
.. lb.
> Extra Cb-. BreaLfasi
would advise land hunters to take a bust the of per Slnj.s I IIsle. i'f
Doing ess on principle -
success that will stand; as a monument to Deeds) & Mortgages Prepared, per lb. Choice" Tumbler. Jeiir! .,Urje

at the western part of rutnam county his untiring industry. 1 Large Sales and Small Profits.2nd : size.l2je. each. 2 Ib Canned T.ia.l< .,II c.each3 .
range culture. ; U>. CunN TO.&f.ea.I. e%.h, 1 1USalnun. &
--- SEVCBAL places during the past week having all the advantages that long lckncKlcl recieutj of Dow- 1& per ten; 2 1". Canned l 1' t and casb Apple, P.a.lee, i' ., and l'ears.t.. ,
.' experience mature juJzerae msvn :
a highest price paid for Cotton, Hides have changed hands. It is evident slat
at Lilientbars Cheap Cash Store. ',L buying can give, we CONFIDENTLY:: cry Deed, &c. per. can- 6 can* fur 1.3U. Cent jua:tiy
travel from the North has commenced at ,
I SUn thai WE CAN, AND DO offer un- Mixed Vinegar l'ickk: --piuts. I7c. n.0'1 h I

a learn through a private letter that least one month earlier than last,ear. 'But si.rp-isscJ:+ inducements to purchasers. taken !la their office or at the" houses of quarts 2'c each; gallon GUc. each. S on I

Loper, formerly of tbis'place isdead, the class of visitors now seen, are not I Having. parties Titles to land examined. Taxes denied .Milk Eureka and Eagle BrauJ.J'x.
each. Gants eafoam Ib. :5e. Ibs. '
} : ,
seekers they are on properly of non-resideos or ethers in .1.
his daugfJ.erDDie. simply pleasure ; persons ONLY ONE PRICE I'
Putnam bounty paid by one of the Firm. per can. Sugar, 40c. pern
--- looking out for Florida homes We learn [the most inexperienced can rely upon get- Voole,', Yeast Powder, Ie.,9e. aDd ;i' I

r..., OKIKBCMKSK arrived Tuesday that several small: colonies will soon immigrate lung *s good value as be most expert sod per can. English i oeking dodo, or I'nci

ring from Silver Springs with 19 bales for the St. John's river. litrson* hv.nj at a distance can tr Jtr -it honftJeuee. WI: 15/1210 ageS.d..*. lOco pel lb. \ Metes Sai'i.iuyvf ->,
; 67 ;: ,; }.bUei Sardines, 34c. each. >h'di-.
ton, 1 bale. hides, and a good list oengera. I WE learn that Mr. Wornkey took a 1 j 0*Sunday evening I stth, cODl1'egatio; J We will driver at Railroad and Express lIon. 't'? :A.'Ctwgilt. State Comptroller, Del } tMxes,:6 each. Cox's-r"rkh:1' <-.. t-!

t straneer down tCe river the other day to of the Episcopal Church was somewhat 1 stations outsidr of Savannah retail bills Tallahassee, Fla. atine, 20p. per j*.k. Capers, -lite,, utters
I Iloa, JUte II. Gess. Circa'* JaJge.Gaii a.- 500. n.uterahire.al.!..
mounting to over :$10 -U. O. D., free o f! .t end ilu-h!
LLt-oxzA P. .FOWLK, Esq., of the Tallahas show him his improvements, but passed his surprised to see a large so called piney freight, and will send sample by mail ille. FU. r"m S.ue*., aiae Inipvrted, iUc. perbottle. I

4s Sentinel, arrived here from that city own place, and tuok up at a small orange woof# )lawyer, or owl,*>erche4 on one of the vUeperer requested. oci'J 2ia. Rev. P.Bishvp. rus., Ha., Frtit Growers Imitation Franco Mt...*'\ ''vGequiue .

a Thursday last. lie is on his way grove a mile beyond, rubbed his fIJI, and beams over the altar, and in a fair position ----- AM., San Maieo, la. French Mustard. :25e. French

/down south" for a short wbUe.)1a..J.A.IUCIU looked, and looked-"by tam." said Worn over the chancel listen to the .services :f'R REIT. Dr. N. U Moriigne, DruggfitPaltk Prunes, 16o. Itaitins. 200. Citron 4 W. \.'. Snow, Clerk of Court, Palatka, Fla. Currents, lOco Che.N, 2C*. Full wnyi.t
I key, "'! didn't know dem trees was on my and an interesting discourse of the worthy A neatly furnished room situated in the Candles, first quality, 2e. per JU Jlak.r

,visited special agent for", place. rector Dr. Roach. During the whole of most desirable purl of the town can be We adnrtIae,when desired, lands comitted Chocolate, 4H. per lb. Cocoa, 5tS|. per b.
tttamcr Lizzie Baker, our place on the services his owlship looked down on rented on eay terms. Apply at to us for sale. roma,6Ue.per In. German Cho vUte.a K.-.

Tsurs/ay'last in the interest of, this pop* Ox Monday last the steamer K. L. Mabey the proceedings, and listened! to tbe music oct2'75lf. THIS On'ICE.E8TATE per lb. Ordinary Rio Coffee, 4j! Ibo for M: 1.
lar ttcamer.VroiTATioir. made the run from Palatka to Jacksonville in the Oqr Terrs &all te Rezc: b1Y, choice Rio Coffee! 4 Ibt. fw $t, e-heice Lgcayr .
I most complacent manner. Whether Coffee, :2| U<. fur $1. IW 4i..v"rn .
in six hours and CARKIITJR8T
: nineteen
U still rank and green I this circumstance is an indication of any -- menl Java Coffee. H lit* fr $1, iUa.ie.

slot leaf is to to seen., The wea- i the time she made nine laadin"1r.. C. I new discovery in the impracticability of I To our expected and respected patrons and Ground CIJ1I'eH. &e. aJ4tfVn l, n-"

:'t..uow with occasional 'showers ol: B. Spencer, tie )Engineer, is one of the infidelity remains to be seen : we, in toe introduction of ourselves and grade. Duryc'a Starch 9} tt<. for MSatin

Al : first of his clsss, and knows how to lutes ::o. I, PADKIIURST BLOCK, calling: to Iheir notice rill say that we Gloss Starch, 7&c. per bex" i amSl
boat through. Mr. C. II. Cody, the purser p opote to do a Land Office business if we :! .rch, 18e. pu pack Box 'lueieg.. ,.::j:, .
WE learn lhat I eau receive their aid, whit ODe eicepiiou.t per dozen. Barley 12je.: } per lb. but 11..n
the creeks and
springs is very gentlemanly and very popular. at is we propose to do everything on the smoking Tobaec ,6-\c per 1-.. Martin's t',,1.
water emptying' into the upper lakes are'ull : The Mabey is not a passenger steamer iuare, nothing oblique in our dealings. ebrated Olt Edge Butier,4Uc.per Ib. Choice

,. and that the waters are on the rise. She was put on the Brock Line In place of :P4LATKA, FI..ORID"; ; .. Fur Pahtku. and Putnam county we have Gosben Butler, .}caper lb. Uood.TmWr On

". C'" i \ i the Hattie which It much lo Ay in their ccmmeniUiiun. By ter.30e.per: lb. Cooking Bat ten 4lb 1 <.,'..bi .
Incomplete assortment of Dry Goods, now being thoroughly J1....;. means "f the grand and beautiful St. aDd 6 Ibt. for $1. -
.Clothing Shoes, Groceries, Hardware, repaired, and refitted for the winter Johns river, Plika it in easy and direct i".ilo--od'12Ib'.''' IEztra Pilot

Tinware, Crockery, Saddlery, Cutlery, travel. njm4uif-ition with all parts of the known lOc. Lemon, Wine Ging raxjfcJurter, at
'Furniture, Carpets etc., etc., for cash atLilienthaP ---- Keep constantly pa hand. large and an4 unknown world, civilized and seraicfrilized 15c per 1 R ..N N N* s.I8e.Fancj4tekesl'.Mper >

*. if.STK. WE notice that enquiry is being made well selected stock of and wild. By nugnifioent sea: ': ib. Black Pe| prr,30c.per lb. t'pwe.Hi; v

:MABIOX arrived $ about Palmetto, an article lately shipped going steamers the trip to New York: and, perlb. Noinwf l6 on Sun morn- in considerable bulk from Jacksonville; to other eastern cities is but a few diys of per ounce Ginger :rfie.: pu lb. Role :and
Jug with K bales cotton, 41 bags cotton joyous journeying. Suitable steamers and I Vanilla Flat Suck Candy.a fine art cle.'!;..,
New York. had I
We a. call from (the
agent GOODS.
geed, 8 barrels rosin.and 1 bam other: water craps will bear the curious I per Ib.Ordiuary Stick ndypare,2Ue. r''r
with good list of two weeks ego, whp informed us that the ad venturer up the beautiful expanse: of lovely i lb.. Rock Candy any color, ::c. per ib.
-passengers.- company Is prepared to work three hundred I lakes or in the weird windings of deep Colgate Toilet Soaps! -GU different kinds

CtiACLtsrox steamer City Point left tons of palmetto a month. But he rolling forest streams, among tbe psriJinal a specialty of ours," uanufaeturtrs price
on groves of orange trees with their golden -from 28c. to $4.00 per d.x. .ike.. Cols
Friday morning, with 77 bales cotton, 7 positively refused to say what the manu NOTIONS fruit or amidst the, haunts of formidable gate's lUaJkerehief txiraosjSflctpfr} MtJ :-

bales vanilla, and 80 pacbgu.merchaa. factured articles would be. The agent Ins alligators with loud gutteral roar of defi- Cashmere bouquet Powder, :sue. per

4'irt. forded us that some fifteen or twenty ance, or in the forest where! tbe antlered box. CleveUad's P...ade Vaaiue.! .a ties

,. ..- ----- thousand dollars had been spent in making Buck sounds his shrill whistle of alarm to lora ire and preservative une..oaikM for
:"Fresh Groceries received by i '.t tie Does in his charge. &s a place for & the hair.'Oe.per: bottle. OW ('ornfLillhy i
very earn- experiments on this article. We satis- Boots and
er at Lilienthal's Cheap Cash Store. tf.LtlientBal'a I .are. Est, C Parkburst.I. \ fOG.4'GROCERIES home winter or summer! Paatka! cannet rtiF $1.80 per gal Ion. Rjebi kevr, $:.1.\1
Den me mating 01 paper out or palmetto .lIi>d. hrilthv all the .veur. round: there $-: .OO.$ oo. and $4.00 per r.all n. BUck- \I
:1": :- :Segar and Tobacco Emporium was not the Intention of the Company. I. Fort spools Cotton 70r2-: : at Est. C. you-can-- "tee and"be ittn. Putnam- -county berry and Cherry CordiI'p; ;;*'drink i

complete. Imported Uaehthofas Sears Par>ihuret. : has every variety of land to suit all tastes $1.80 per gallon. Table Pot. awl alterry \
10 for one dollar a speciality. tf.AKT The largest and cheapest stock of Brown ---I and pursuits suitable to a southern clime. Wme. 2 M;; pr gallon. Fine UM Madeira,
I and Bleached Sbirting.Sheetlfig&e.: inlhe B.ow. shirting; at 6ct yard at Estate; C. But above all her location at the head of $!.oo per guJlon. English sod SL1O'ch1.* I

. one who would plant five acres In town, is at Ejt. Parkhurst.. tf. Parkhurst. 'Duigtionlor the larger class vessels and and Porter totlled$2.70 Der dozen. Bee-

' will in five have Jour her situation far enough south for the successful men Lager Beer, bottled, ,;?. 70 per Uoxen.
oranges sets
years, an independent arrivedonion at I>r. Djoragne'sDrug i
"The winter in Florida
very Store. Corn growth of the orange and its kind- Demijohns for Liquera.extra 1 gellonsldr. .
income for life. i if. ,
l There is no dan much that season which ia the Middle red fruits gives her a position not equaled gallons.oOc, 2 galloi.s,60c., :a ;galtessi! ;3c.. I

ger'of glutting the market.' The demand Stales is termed: 'Indian Summer,' except J CIT received at )!.Jr. Roger &. Co',., by any other portion of Florida. Here in 6 gallon. Sl.OOeaeb.

.*]fl} increase.. much faster than the supply.laxp that in Fonda the sky is clear a lot of fresh butter '0 CII per Ib, Received '. ., -JTlour, Putnam county the fruit grower has his A very tueafye.rtol.ol ..r':rfJ"pr:
perfectly and
y i i by Schooner 50 bales hay. Have products in market as it were, to te loW Glassware always on Laud.! l'lstes--
within one mile of the town of and the atmosphere more dry and elastic. also 60 barrels Florida eyrup. it her wharves or shipped at any time direct Dinner sue, $1 50 per doi-n. Pre' .kTa,i.

Palalka cm be purchased at $25 and Rain but rarely falls during the winter .. to all markets east, north, or west $I.:6, Desert, $I.UC. Tea 1'1.;,, per *oirn.
upwards zncnlbs in Florida; three, four, are not un- A nice lot of black and fignred Alpacas, flay, No less by days of exposure in small crafts Cups and Saucers $l.Xrer( ) lid t Coere l
per acre, erby going five miles from also fashionable diagonals and invisible lo the semitropical bent of the upper coun Diu.*....7&e..iiDdT "Qu" "*eu. Tamblcri
low you can reduce the price to from $3 frequently five weeks, of bright clearand plaids for ladies wear at Ett.C.ParVhursl.if try. So 'hat oranges are worth twice as GOc..75e.$1.00.Sl 2Q. aJ'I.O ptr doltG.

tot;6 per acre, but this is attended with cloudless days occur continuously. ThisIs Oats, much on the wharf at Palatka as at points TabJ..G6b1el.U'OtI.w'Z.eo.'W.), ':DJ
some inconvenience to market. one of the greatest charms of the winter Ir you wish a fine Sewing Machine, call one hundred miles interior.& Land here 5.00pr dozen.: Wine Olass...*$ .Oy per

climate in Florida; and la this respect it at this office-rate. low. except: those immediately on the river dozen. Lamp ("MOID",',. Sun 0 and i . fie* stores are stocked with provisions; I forms han been overlooked: and good orange for 25e. U'a 4 for 26c StudeQI.rs. .-. I I
and goods of all a striking contrast"'With almost "Milk of Magnesia' a most invaluable ( r r rw crowing lands can be had for much less CbimnejF- for Joe. Nue.brvboe artielr.UDtuenHcneil. ..
description and our mer. every Elate in the Union and remedy for children. "Eddy's Carbolic il4gt, ,
chains especially! ban even in less favored locations. If Information eueev Tally given
say they are determined lo supply with Texas California and Oregon. Barry Wash," for stle, at Dr. Moragne'a you do not believe call and see and com I Our firm waa esiablifbed in 1887. an4 <.nr
tayers on the most accommodating terms. Drug Store, PaUlka, nori.... if.a itune with us and we will uo you good. business rrpntalUa and facilities are ,t

Ilour.and provisions of all kindsthey will hould yon want a real stylish hat at a _.,irs t received i lot of real nice clothing.wbiehwiUbesoldcheapatEtt.rarkburst.tr. QUEENS WARE, Lands are rapidly advancing In this region I Icall iso.the highest order. We will do all w. prom
veil M tow as can be bought in Jackson low price-go to Est. Parkhurst. t soon for a good start. All orders should be addretfed to

THESE are m&DIl0Urcu from whi 1re Do not forget thai the time is near by No. 2.-For sale in iota lo snit ; e8 J
DOX'T: forget to read in another column derive happiness, and there is much life when our planters and others should not acre of.fine land halts mile West of Pa- (I Key Box 184.) 190$) KINO STfltlET.
fail to look to their fall atka on the night's. july7'75] CHAEJ.ISTOJ
jke communication from Banana. worth living for; and little .11 w gardens. Cabbages, $. CJOHN
Fla. may turnips, and beets, can be grown here in 11TH_ !?.-I nice new Cot tare residence 1
.. netting forth the advantages of opening think of it, th love of home and co ntr J. abundance. Now is the lime to purchase Liquors; Tobacco ; on Lemon street in Ncwtown suberb-Full --

communication with the Santa Fe countrynd constitutes not toe least *bare. o that good seed at the Drug Store of Dr. N, 101. ,

St. Johns river country through Rice which goes to make up the sum hap iaess. I Moragne. if No 4.-Fifty or more loll intbe beau CLARK
think !it We are all linked togelher for I iful villa of. Orange Springs. Situated
P a good move, and hope or If you want a real nice traveling. trunk, CIGARS: &e:., hall a mile from steamboat landing or the
the .p,. Ue spirited men will look into worse. We speak one langnageonr j Jaabil' go to Esu C. Parkhurst. tf Ocklawaba river. This place is noted for m {)
the matter. and opinions may be said to be ori our he good health of the inhabitants and avery
destiny will interweave with that 1 ; I f275 will buy you a new iron framed Which are offered at the lowest each price. large Sulphur .-prings. A fine opportunity "
THC Gopher In Florida and other partsof : whole coqntrjr.; One of our Rosewood Seven Octave 1'iano.t Ochu for a colony of invalinds or 4,tiD COMMISSION MEItUIAXT{
portiqn ,
ou Union Music Rooms.
the South, it a tortoise that is called I 1m. COUNTILY PRODUCE orange culture or for a Sanitarillm-
Goph can never prosper by a distinctive line of Country fine and !ands low. Steamboats
t. lie burrows in sandy plains and Don't buy shoddy throe, but io Est.
policy which discriminates in favor of one, gp pass the landing each way every day in -r
\ upon pine barren., basks U the sun to the Injury of the other Parkburst and get'a pair well worth the Taken In exchange. the winter season. .

Aircngk the da/i: ind'.!theo strikes at night I money you pay tor them. tf. Partjcnlir! attention paid to orders.SUBSCRIBE No. 5.-A very desirable residence AOEXT rites. i

for the sweet potato fields and the melon \. J. BCACII Rawlstown) nursery three in the town of Palatka, well located well ;
patcnes. And BOW mites ab.ove alatka has the finest colhc arranged and appointed:! ih all coaveneneies -
some entiouswsg.mad I
tton on this river, of young oranges, and fine orango s r.f vita &llVtHfV.d( -Erkrprise Sfrrtruh.
because' he cannot get a lot on the Heights, tropicai plants. No. g.-Twenty-frs.aeres of fine land r p.' 'p-.
calls the Heights tbe seat! of the Gopher I Jon opposite PaUtk.a pa the road to the
aristocracy Striped: DeLeine I5c. per yard at Eat ferry :3 acres oleared and in orange and ran JJimp& Bra.', L'tHFL9P.IDA' .rSoriii

--- Parkhurst if. lemon trees. The best i tuince open for a

Tux Peach attaint its highest degree r l grove well. protected\ north wes: body of Yuekas tI
perfection in Florida. ME BtACH, of Ra .lslown nursery ty s water. Safe place for lemons. .
trees pos. several fine varieties of the orvye, #obtained NO- 7.-A large' Spanish Grant favorably :\. .
more rigor and greater longevity thaf by careful culture :nd lie that located in Putnam County. Ccnains I dri(: tP F

the Norj!}. Little attention baa beento lc are superior to the ordinary orange, bothas 16000 acres suitable for the toe.;.. on r

the cultivation& of the better Tai regards site and flavor.. TbU new of a colony a iJied for the raising of .

but they seem to do equally well /;Jet variety is attracting more than ordinary fruit treks &c. Well eovere3 with fine -
attention Those) who contemp'ate raising timber will be**1.l Pert cheap. .
naiij' seedlings, from which tb/ this golden; fruit would Jo: well to call and 0 H TilE 2S'o S._" bate far tees a-rre two JAC SOX lttE'. ,.... )
portion of the fruit brought to o*t*00 examine Mr Be3.ch.es nef variety. He .tor.1'.h. PD corer or"'s.ont k flailS

U Hc! or for
iLT dwelling! for
TMle, to the growth of pears F them very cheap. .........-: for 1aige.fi''t a store I"J
found I
are 40 .
growing wild I
by tj- ,j GIJOHAX! aL lOc. yard at Est. p. Park "' .'
hunt .-: AGEXTFQRTJIE.nsuriirc(; ., .M- k,

fCt'lD.-A. pockef -b fOoaoney I ... 11.,1 .. :z3 tit!
4z J W
and valuable pape "O Ir you want a good garden go to Adams nh11E | ; t itj
by identifjJBff' same Cia eat. :ind buy Buist'l seed-Fresh supply justreceived. ..' '>- z: I :t
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'Itot.... OF NEW YORK. I f.\LAT.\ J"Lutf; .,

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NEW FIRM"QUAKTERMAN: TieSATORiWENiNGPOSTIS s" IlirmUTEl VEEUI 1 t. Jl1bn'5 lDEl! GF. ALt r.i1KNiiai: & CO7.. .

P.A 11. PETERXA1W Proprietor .

A Urge eight page Journal printed on Palatka, E. Fla. General Produce Merchants ,

:> fine white piper.and beautifully illustrated I I* I TQcfPp WHOLESALE DEALERS LY
CoQ'ains 48 colums of the choicest reading TLa Hotel it xewlyuraisAed tAI'OUSAo" "
_. .. .' powerful and popular Original! and Serial
Sterns, from JfeltknoJrnritert ability TWI3TT ADDITIOXAi ROCJIS A1\IB CIGARS

--in each number, with from ten to fifteen A Fine BILLIARD, ROOM ia connection. &( pit] "r' TOBAOBAY
AJ) Completed ,Sketches, Essays sad Poetry I House end Guests will find cvverythin \

t covering, wide range of literature, for'Itheir comfort. STREET' \
and each of the best of its kind. dec5'74-lj Jaoks.onrill.se :Flori
We shall also issue double-page illustrated :

and faibipn page supplements, making 1P.&W1lf.,1IIDl'1 ( 1RfE I [ } 1L I Consignments of Poultry Eggs, Game, Fniits, Vegetable: and .try Pra.
tbei'ojT+ tbe best add,cheapest Illustratedj Generally, will receive prompt aad: careful attention. Special attention paid to t tt

"Weekly: published.TZj&Ms'jPQtt\ ". CHARLESTON, S. C. orders fof all kinds of goods. mtLji j in l |

(Successors t, B. )l. Baer.) 1875. }'O_'TAOE FREE _- 1
This .d faforite fir. P, SMITH
Ipng estaalisiieli
The POST will be sent to address,
any 1
i toDIIY either fipglyor in clut;,as follows : Single class Noise, having been thoroughly\ Ten
subscriber/, one four mouths,$1.00 rated, painted and newly furnished, ,acl '
copy ; SMiTH & BRO
bating had the celebrated "Artesian Walt j
six months, $I.W; per one year, 300. and Baths" introduced, Js now open fv -- "
GOODS, Gluts.-Two copies, one year, port t-pald, reception of the traveling public. ,
U.OO; Seven copies, one year, $15.00: The Proprietors have spared neither
Ten copies, one year, $20.00, and! an additional pains nor expense in making this house, COMMISSION MERCHANTS
EADY AIDE CLOTHING copy ran to any one getting up the equal to any of its me in the south, and t
club. Additions} may be made to clubs of trust, by strict attention, to merit a shire
seren and ten at the rate of$2.00 each. of public patronage. There is an advance movement ia lands ani \D WHOLESALE DEALERS
Fpectmtx topic Jrtt. real estate. the sales during the springand
< ,
p'TS ; RATES, $3 PjEI DAY. summer months have been considerable -

ACTIVE CASVASSEKS WAXVED{ G. ALFOED & Co., Proprietors. on the St. Johns river country. ]pm@'rII II a a 9 m IfmII ? l) UI w mJ

BOOTS AX I) SHOES in all sections of the United Slates, to augO'; tf. The relaxation so long existing in Florid/
lands is and and
whom liberal commissions gill be paid in disappearing energy
addition toOUR activity pretails. Before the present era, : : "ESS oot.JACKSONVILLLE.
R. II. Anderson, G. VT. Anderson, Jr., I I there were numerous tracts of land throiMh
COLD PREMIUMS J. W. Anderson. the valley of the St. Johns ricer and around POLK BL.OCK.
GROCERIES OF I the upper takeswhich were dead capital on TL-A'

..... '. One hundred Dollars in Gold to the Jno. W. Anderson & Sons. 1 the hands of a few. Now all of these lands tfo r...
I are being utilized by eager purchasers from l
Agent who sends us the largest by September -
OTTON ACTOR&Gen' the North
: and West.
let 1875. W, "D. BARNETT S, II KOOKER >
!I .m1 Fifty Dollars in poly Commission Merchant( :
:'read te }n "' "lOT'' q On-
ing he second largest Ijst.; j
Twenty fire Dollars in Hold to the Agent C.,. Bryan $Draton St,. & KOOKERIDEALERS
Bending the third largest list.
And everything usually kept in a first class If you want an agencj, send for our SAVANNA GEORGIA f
are beiog offered at special circular to Agents, which gives full IN
Oar goods
jtore. BAGGING: and TIES, .
to co maendtbelD to all. particulars and sample' copy FREE. "
prices I1SEtt & QU AllTERMAN. Address distinctly, and make Money Always on hand at LOWESTXARCET PRICE I
r4v.fb, Febl.5 tfR' Orders, Drafts and Cheeks payable to the e F U B. :J: T U R. E1 1

order of ,IMual Cal advance made on contignmti\\
WALKER REED & CO. of Cotton and other fto4kee. e CARPETS. MATTINCSMATRASSES 1
raylBtf.] 720 Santom street, Phtladelfhi 4s ,
J. ADAMS Every effort made to gin satisfaetLj 4

_____.________ ___ and all instructions strictly and prompt! WallPa Win mW rixtun t
------------n------------- carried nt.Ccrsi3flments J JTVILOIIING f ,t r, : ii. Ring lam:, Fidnfs/ Ih&$ .

AGENT FOR STEAMERS, ; solicited cQ1.|

a .,_. Late! of Mobile. Late of Cedar Keys. MOULDINGS. .

JJm'ter & Co.Columissioa. 1 1I \
Ill. .. FMf nitupr\ RepairedPicture Framos&Upholsteringto Orci-

1 I ;
4 r SOUTH SIDE BAY STREET, (between Pine & Laura,) 1 j .
Merchant, Gentlemen and boys can nov ts fi a '
rAnd with the latest style of T "J.|
will be advertised in this column free of ,
(.:/otMnJ. Out or made .to. Ooder, cost JACKSONVILLE, .. FLORIDL
Wholesale Pcalgrj In
DICTATOR, ",UD DISPATCH. NO.2.-A tract of 40 areson Palatka
Heights in full view of the town of Palatka QS VJUC2lm( A D
POINT.VOLTJSIA. Soiled Coats and Pants Cleaned 30nD
CITY Northern and Western Goods being at an elevation of 100 feet above the
bed of the rirer. About 200 t
young orange Orders lyy Mail Promptly,At.tclldcl .
STBICT ATTKXTIOX TO BCEISESS.CjQod trees on the place. jut,3 1;
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friends give us a call, No.3lract valuable unimproved -
TARLIhrBT, Jacksonville, Floruit.REFERENCES. land 12 miles North Enterprise, contain-
We work cheap for aU,
ing 151 51400 acres' It has two thirds of
ARI ER You will find us next door C.
: .,-',.. ,- a mile river front bluff. SOH" .
ASD r To William Bell's store. No. 4-A tract 3 miles from Jacksonville -

may673tf. E. A" BEAUBWN.TIs being the w } of n w \ and n e J of
LIN.STEAMERS. ] n w I of section 10, township 2, range 27 DEALERS IN
IIAllT'S EISS'I east containing 120 acres
.Richard, A..1I0wens'i Co. tnA s iftn V. ; NO. 5' A handsome residence, two '
-OF- Watson Smith & Co. f story building, modern style, on rifer
Austin Kimball' FISH
() Q i"W m Payson&Paul.JlNe!! } York GUAN
& Fitter
Print ice Philadelphia.. 0

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'fj\ 4. ROGERS & CO.Vf .

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Vf holesale and Retail Dealers In Bay street: near the Post office, TIs well to walk with cheerful heart,

Wherever our fortunes call,
FAMILYGROCERIES. With a friendly glance and an open han< FISH GUANO manufactured ou the St. Johns river.warranteJ: ; ,( simon pure,
pHOICE! can be had at 20 '
JACKSONVILLE, : : FLORIDA. And a gentle word for all per .

Since life is a thorny and difficult path,']
'. 0 Where toil Is theportion of man, m loo. Shad !
We all should endearor.whi passing alTo <
Wholesale: and Retail\ Dealers Ia- .
fro'iaioi make it as smooth ae we can. a.ee
-'. s tia e.n IOE can: le had at all times during the year. FRESH SHAD furn'fthcdng
"Fio. M.' .. I 'J. tIle season.
-Confectionery, NEWS ANDs CURIOSri i HO junei275 6m.] c. E. SMITH PALATKA FLA.
t $ G (} S o uJ I a V r.rea: Sec lb on the alto ff e. & SON
Fruits, 23-.Lot Tobaooo, in sec :2o) A D A of lot 1 in sec 26 t 19 r 42,
: .OIu!. containing 10273: ,100 acres with bluff on THE EQUINOX HOUSE CHARLESTON & FLORIDA

Etc., Etc. :,.Oils. ,' Glass;,.Tarnishes, : () __ St. Johns liver24Three STEAM PACKET CO.. "
f' acres of wild orange :trees on .MANCHESTER VERMONT
I *"'.f ,... .1-!:ta" n w J of s e 1.f sec 3 t IS r 29 containing CHANGE ,tF SCIIED LE.
Qcian greet, near. Bay, (Hoeg's Blfc.k: d ;-. ""! .* ,." PA.LATKA : : t FLORIDATourists 39 4-100 acres. OPEN FROM JUNE TO OCTOBER. -

Jacksonville FIE 26-N J ('rIot 1 2 in sec 13 116 r 28 e

.BliUSUES' GLUES, Pli1 TY, A containing 0.63-100 acres and has } of an ,
Orders from the country will be filled t acre of wild orange trees. THE PUTNAM HOUSE. L-
: "' visiting Palatka Fla. will find !2O-On Julington Creek lot 5 and e }
promptly. at very low rates. jan9 &m I I3m@ !3s! all the latest New Yfrk Daily Papers and of of Sin see 2$t 4 r 27 containing.82 75- PALATKA ..\.
Novels on band at Hxiss' News Depot and 100 acres. OPEN FROM NOVEMBER TO MAT-

." ; % 7*-On Indian River lot 7 in sec 2 t 18 Address by mail or telegraph,
MIrIAL.IouRIAL t r containing acres
[{ 8-38 Indian River let 2 in ,
Lamps acres on
.orosoncAhTIST The splendid N,T, built .
'1126 36.3OTraet at Manchester from April 20 to October 20; .iJewhulateamet"DlfJT1.TOR.
}{ CASES, : Papers mailed to any point on St. Join's sec r '
4030-100 in 16 t sf Palatka from October 20 to
lirer. Has on hand a fine selection of acres sec + : Apri12p- .
A S DWQUcl'tJoffins- 12 r 27 has 5 acres cleared. Jnnel2'7i.>-m6.Dr.PLEASANS ,
li.TbRl.tLS, dec. FLORIDA CURIOSITIES.All 30tract of 320 acres good land 9 Captain VOGEL,
miles from Ocala or Silver Spring on the : Will, until further notice,leave Charleston
( Prates, celebrated Radiant Kerosene and R. R. route. ,
orders will be thankfully r !ceired, every Tuesday evening, and Sarannah
A'sltalOils, by the barrel, case or can, always 01-A very desirable plantation of ICO
Y and meet with prompt attention. Cite hima every Wednesday afternoon for Fernandina
on hand. Our stock of all the above acres cleared land with a superior two Jacksonville Palatka
call. oct 4'7i tf. and lutena dial.
goods; is very complete'aDd prices p-iar- story house- sithated on Little Orange Lake F ,OJUDA, landings,
anteed fully as low as in Sarannah or -- -- -- --- I.p orange trees just bgiQ'i-I-to bear and RETURNING t

', Charleston.. Jec '1! J A 100 31ear old seedlings ; to T>e*bed at a I Is prepared to perform all operations en Will Jean Palatka every Thursday: evening
jUeiropolitaiiUotelJACKSONVILLE bargain as the has land fliurs.
-....-:-- -....&; he can cultivate.owner more be Mouth and Teeth. Artificial Teeth and. Jacksonvilleevery Friday morning
[rom one to an entire sett furnished, on to suit the tide Fernandina
FLA. Z5-1-A plat of land 3 miles from Pal- ;boil I'latina, ether material in the same' day
.NVRSERIfS arriving Savaonah aad Charleston
OP ALL SIZES AND QI ALITIESLadies' atka, 200 acres, with &'> acres under cultivation eat manner. every-
TunIC MILES A HOY aPALATKA Your attention is respectfully called toUietkbure 00 orange trees 4 & 5 years! old & Saturdaj.TBK08GU
and Gent1en.anRubes, TICKETS
House, as a ftrst-cla! Hotel io buddings, in good order. AND BILLS or LAD15QQITE5
Embalming done when required..Also FLORIDA every reip cL. Constructed of l brick ante i7--.\ small cottage on Laurel street, TO rttw oar FUILADEhrHIA.
Marble and Marblelzed I for sale NO S D1UGGSDCALEB KALTIMOaC, AC.
Slate Mantles. Consisting ef entirely new throtughout. the rooms are cheap 40 orange tres on; the TJaeee steamers connect with Florida R.

Slate Hearths, &3.. &:c., I. Orange trees Sweet large, airy, neatly furnished, and ample place.riS A R.at Fernandina, Jaeksoirville. pensacoU t.1k .
afforded for Is located young orange of 300 frees IX
means bating. in a grove
Manufacture] Sale stedOngs Orange in 'Y riet.1 Mobile Railroad at Jacksonville .
to ordfr apes (or by 8t
on the east bank of tbe river
I budded oa sweet stocks, Lomon, Limes, pleasant portion of the city tear the post one J mile hina Glass John's Railroad at Toeol for St. Augustine "
7 See, steamboat Undings atad other: public from town 1 mile river Rant, 40 acres of | Crockery, Wood .
(JJ.l.L f I.j' OMC Grape Fruit, Blood Shtddocks. land with dwelling, barn and other whhsleaBMrsat alatka for Uellonvllle.
plaeu. sad the ..'.
Banannas, Guavas Figs, and AND WILLOVMVABE.tcroseue Enterprise upper st. Jo. ante
All the beds hare the celebrated Tucker a cement cistern.
in with steamers for tbeOcktawaba river.
oraytb.lrettbetweenLaurgandllogansJACKSONVILLE Peaches. : Graces springs in addition superior mattresses, :*!>.-OnSt, Johns river 6 m'les: south
variety, Lamps .CbandeliersUratkets For freight or passage apply to
The Reading Room U well with Palatka, 7 acres. New house 150 orange
ILL AppaesPearsQuinces) grafted on the Haw, R. J. ADAMS, Agent.
be current literature of the ,while trees a very desirable place. Lanterns W'atu Coolers
country aug9 tf Palatb! Florida)
Uere .t.u.e1 IV\ L. IUrt, or hers Qt.ee. Apricots Plums, Cherries graftedon the Billiard Room is the largest and finest 4o-A tract of land, due West from ._!..-- ,.
; Jan9'7611Q. on wild stocks.B3L.'Smdfor in this section of the South. Palatka. unimproved, 40 acres, one and a K ADZIUCEtJ\l1U.TED\t.\TEBnt.T

Price Lest Address The tables are supplied with meats &e half mile from town Hliss'8y :*' Howell.
I 4 |-A well built dwelling with 8 r ,
tjisAcii from the North,, and ire have all the vege-
L KEENE ". soy. and comfortable out houses, a pIe r j ;
tables and delicacies which the Northern erB,
-- -
-;;;,( and i Southern markets afford. situation on second streetGeneral ,

OKAIKR IX FOU. BALL.A 4 Ra'es of Board $3.00 per day ; liberal .T41,.... IR'RLauel e, I "
terms will be made to parties wishing to

FANCY engage rooms by the month or entire sea & TIt-n :he+tnto 4', rjar JOBIICItS.L .'W"

luose with f.\\r rooms on black 27 on.
4s JDREgS. a itu td in a pleasant part of the town. The proprietor assures the public that F "; Y
?.- Tbisptae.bat on it forty-five young or- no pains wiU be spared to stake: their stay r L ..
... Agency of .
comfortable and p3eanatt.Hoping
1Ige trees from tL-e: ? ** be years old. ..

GO Bb ,1pply- to \t. n.JUXIX S. patronage to I remain obtain liberal yours respectfully share of your, FIRE AiT ) LIFE IISIIIIA{ I JOOf91I'f'1 1 t 4, Sijig: :Jat

: .?'+ ) Sy-r mV ....... )P% a \a> Florida.PROF novli-tA\] 7. B. TOO 'I, Proprietor.'

", .> -t (Representing Fire Insurance '

JatkllMttJItt, Ft i.. JOB WORK Etna, of Hartford. I

New Barb&r.
Stop :'!
Georgia Home ofCohlmb'
1c: rout received from New r.rk a...J-L: Ji071i-1-:
. -.... I'I of the alouta+ed cr BEST IN PALXTKA.WI Combined ._-- ._,-- --,
Assorlnieiiit and fashHus.. ........ Capital Eight Million D

9!the Tery\\,latest o.a fine styles assortment, cnls' / >DtQlttd> .UDSS'' siw iipwWhMfcTaacJin ; lhq'$ N w f Y1th! D D.i !::11th!! And the .

'- have aU brIDe!!.. of t tt1

1 L=fdc''tnd': (,. Kid Gloves Ton i. J ent inn r-il cutting -
.,.aU r at
.. \J".tock. hHin b"n pdre1LL e l.I e/'l n- dies ;and ('baldcgs, Rsorw.hl p w '" L.F. ...... la..-..Ce !La} .000,000 i .
.J 'Ual a lnil. of bring +oM' a' nee'lmw.rics !!ly *' "".t: Tin OfUoo. .' J..
net. """ -
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