The Eastern herald
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00086615/00007
 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 19, 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: UF00086615:00007
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Succeeded by: Palatka herald

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HHERALD S pelrJtieTl-wtslr> -tne-"internetrtraover tike beeLlf eajJeAdpwi ,it-sefuxed.ohe{ ] .,r.- .' )GREAT : INDUCEMENTS--;
( :" ? like serfaiK tell whatever she .Oralahppper gum ,is, the
They that Mis*)Della.c M\ -j 9 now/ a to : ll' lIwnaDUfor .
'\4ItUIS'OF: : wean an Indla'snawf: almost fabulon 1 knew about her cousin ;: the pin 'in packs H"

." \; um, '(in advance,) : : : |3 00 value, given to herbycoine great east'. "Miss Glen is herewith us," saidOaroet fever id..iD'a young nsn; new pail : : '
SiT Months, t T : : : : 2 00 .. .:,, ,...
apdjbat i -- 1"r ** : ,
JJjssAnnie : '" leak. Never tell
00 crt) magnate, :. i. your secrets to the aged, :
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P4ree2ljntbl.t j_ Lri.t 'What]'Hi this hotel? Uh mammVl"!
Engle "Copy. c : : : : i 10 toa4rry.a earljtq Eogluh earl; think old doors seldom shut'closely.Wbeti : ,
r of that 1 IIr ever we go abroad it will oerush exclaimed Miss Anne, with spilling .11
', I they catch man gathering Dela-
\fUemeaU<< will be t well displayed advaub r tabs a uaiotedwith i eyca. ,
inserted IB the JliaA ., *f W i *- ff S ? W l "' ware peaches'mldl1icht'thel: present<
\ adga: .vieu3asly (>> her. i :'I will go np and send her down,
.. \ "oUewiBg,rates..anquiro 'twice andforth < r: said Garnet. whatever good quality he has. ia him bjhootingUlf I
She swept once or back rising.- I .
the of ten '
tfIK (oecupjipg spac in don't think rode said I a plntof lalt Into his legs.If I
evier lines or leu)1) insertion $1 60, hex splendid train spreading "Pray us so ,
I : or every subyyieaj,insertion! 7fic1.x peacock glory uvcr.the rich hues of the Mrs. May, and her bi.nd was on the we had itieip tele'grap6'rates a person THE LARGEST

carpet, then faking one last look in bellrope.A. living in Detroit could, for fifteen cents, .

[; :. NCrOr TlDC \Smw.s. the cheval mirror, and posing; her head A was sent up by the servant, telegraph LIs mother-in-law in New' York .., ..
daintiest 1ashiontebi walked}Dut, while Garnet sat still in'mote not to sma11 """ '
io its urprie, come-family. got the. -poi, .-
J. BT iroT rit of the room like a little princess. conscious j her high spirits gone her vanity laid An Indiana 1D'lli"said to a'Bible agent : .
Ii ,Of being at her best. ., 'I. low. I
I'm a Christian, but I'll: be blamed if 1
"Isn't the cre9scu! iittie'tto much Presently her horror: SieUasp- don't BEST "
.; They tell of a midnight oceaa- : have to grit mjr jeeth, when the Ohio L.
call ?"'aed'3lrs We+tburry..oxi peared iu the doorway; the Aatue e
Of a sky ao blue, so deep- a day :rivers on a leel1fith the top of meornV. .
a w> ibe"sate ttselaif glittering identical, black silk di MS-rusty at that I
Of the magical glitter of moonbeams n When a Jfew' York John
of the rich silk vanish at the: thres- -which she always. wore. But poW'G.rpd De1f.paper.call. :! .,,:
Oa the golden waves asleepOf saw with new -saw srdeli* ,Mcrriss-e/ a thief, and word comes that .'
hold. eyes J .
a little vessel flying "I think she h,'? tala< Eslclla!quietly. cacy and beauty in herfi 'ure, an erj John has entered the front door the rn,b- '. '

,. V ith her great!white sails r out read, l ressiun'TPber''sce i teat :,had b ca1ed'tO 'for the fire escape beats the retreat from I ; AND CHEAPEST

Anil 'Tooth wind ..my jighegnn J. ''I'm afraid so; but_ .what could I do? M her hitherto, &""" L.'al M Gull Hun. u 1
f Ih'suerediheete .'.rhca'ar "' :: .' ..
a ... .." III.. Garnet bas had bet 6wif way so lung What was her xcecdirfg; astonlshtnent eTlaere are some confiding people left InTrov.

They tell of the merry voices, that 1 never pretend to dispute her to cote that all the slays rose, An apple woman in that city will
'' and with outstretched hand welcomedher
The laughter and the Bong, wubcsorjber! ) taste, {- Mghed.ibe;; meek trust an alderman ever ndaj for 4ft,-
That rang .. t elwiit> { tex>f walers littts woman" sad confession fur a cousin with the warmest demon five c nts*'wortbT of fruit, but it mal be '
mother to make as Eatella thought, trations. Nisi Anne kissed her, \trs.May.pytttedher .
added hat. she's around Monday
As gaily we sailed along mighty early
cheek.and her'
look. .called
Oropr.Lap y J&lkt, I tboug the leastb t1 .. with"Pray a tying, are the Mays so very wonder d.rlitli;'Spas Belle 'cbided h\!r f for act morning c' STOCK OF GOODS '
"Alf pthch31ron\d It is seldom the
to hidden ben-
to eee them alt had a kind easy fee
ful t'! asked Mr J *. Wwtbury. coming ;
Of the wish each made tbe other I jLbelfeve. ,they are of' very good word, a real l welcome, lor the girl Gar efaction in that which is apparent afflic ,

When our summer should be past. family, and I know they are immensely net had considered a little nobody.At lion. A boy who was "confounding"! the

: i/ rich said Estella; '!but bats 1 bare.hearjl.the.ui last the truth came oat Miss mosquito was told by his pastor that.
voice sweeter 1.
Perfcap* one seems chiefly} :extvled 1 fur is [heir Glen was the daughter; of one" who had doubtless the insects are made with a

As I catch its joyous tone ; unaffcctnehs and good eeu>e. Though; been a brave ',o.dier during the war. good end (u'vew( /' when the young lump -

Of' lie wishes made my fancy ..t li.j- they are really among the leaders of Her father had died, nobly' giving bis replied, "I can't see It whether it is in au! NOW OPEN. AX, V

f Wyfbt.eOiLbutoALtoa society here they are as quiet and unassuming lite up in the heroic eff>rt to save his: view or not. At. any rate, I don't like the ."' ,*. *' .:;.r"

Of the songs we sang, out lingers > a*-well. a* true nobility of superior ymcu-aDd that. ,officer' wu end I feel. : .. 1.
And I bear it ever again, Out(
character al wayslnakes: one; I 5DDPose.I ( May. "Job Printing ?" exclaimed an old lady,
rot the shells have caught.its ry bm, llJtheyhavecalledupodGaroet. alias olen had then devoted herself ,
the other day as she peepel Ion" her
And'Durmer the IneL'retlI ? be considered to the sick and wounded in the hospitaland : spec .
It really quite an
tray lacles, al the advertising( page of a country ,
had, eingcUrly! eneugh, succeededby
1'1te1lell of a soft gray dawning, tiouor. ; paper. "Poor Job they've kept him Lilien" al's .
With only a gleam They must have seen her, and she her devotion iu earryiug through a printing, week after 'week ever since 1 :
illness the of this
I" said mut'- terrible *ou same
is the gratified er. .
so pretty last read and if be wasn't
to ,
To: brighten the rippling waters, patient
Ool. lieutenant who r
**Yea (Garnet is beautiful, replied May, a young ,
And to waken those who dream- eeL man thai ever was.be never ould have
bad been wounded
J Estelle adding in her heart, "if only dangerously at
,. vf the glorious, golden sunrise ; ; stood it so long, no how !p' i
the mind corresponded to the outer
When we reach the island shore ;- ehin r" From that time tho Mays adopted her Here is the dinner. bashful young man

\ .' al! they tell of. .the' chimiag.voices Meanwhile, Garnet, gratified and triumphant as nearly as possible! until they left for enjoyed at a picnic Saturday, given in the

I That may chime with mine no more.I entered fhe; handsome parlorof Europe; '1 hey had been very anxious order of the courses : A pickle. a dish of : Cash SIn.5

the swell of the ocean the hotel. Here and there in groups to take her with them, but as the ice cream, ham sandwich rice pudding, Cheap
Ltr ,
sand tat visitors, ladies and gentlemen; and officer aforesaid had made: proposals of pickle:! onion_.sponge cake.anotber pickle.Cr..led ,
I d Break en the gleaming ,
Ind. the roar of the breakers ,fC t the young girl was delighted; at the marriage to Miss olcn, and then rejected cake, plate of beansplum puddingand ..
sensation caused by her appearance. she very wisely declined.All a glass of ice water. : .,
By the while shells in my For.one. little moment Garnet was coo this oarnet learned afterward.At ., :
There don't to be much limit to a
lEal. in the sunshine appear
And thought as fined as, going jjp to a small and well.dresre1 ., the time she; culy felt a burning re-
farm laborer's hours.
A for
man working : #0- Lemon Str e1
While the tide swept at my feett entrnent that this un'laahionabl .
: ; griiputf people.; she said, ( quiet, .
New Cnaa firmer, in-thlrteen'
''t.i as. ifhveridDutrbeaatihllGlee > := speaking to a lady; ".Mrs. May I pre. cousin had preceded her in the good a 'pulling 3- .. ; .. .,.
sixteen hours 00' SatnrdayP"What's .
to a day, quit
Is tad, but ab! how erect sume." graces of one of the most prominent t<

[Sunny CK(*. "Oh no, that 5s 'Mr*. May }by the families in town, and it seemed like the'mattert don't y.)u like your
!I" asked the farmer 1 like
place "O.yei.
p window," responded the lady, poitiogto adding the one drop too much when
GARmI'S: HUMILIATION.Jif'Mtts another circle with her fan. Mrs. May after almost literally imploring be place well enough" explained tbe cola ; a', .. O rI'a. '
'* visit from Miss Glen turned baud,' "but the nights are getting so ling .
"Mercy, mamma. exclaimed Anne a as if I
: X: DENISOY. she bethought and I'm afraid can't do a full d.,'. work.
May, as the overdressed Garnet came herself! blandly I ----
I toward them, "we have eovoked a rainbow added: "And bring your little cousin The firm: sliDUed.like an invalid-Van., :. :R

I come' eaUersJfor'! Mrs. Ves1burry" f' with you." Eidentllthey thought her JilT;'/'J./' :1 .c.,\w"';, '" It" .\' i f", I NE\Vll\lPOll'fING DRUG STORE.'

the well trained hotel servant, as Garnet, a little taken aback at sight fresh from school. "Uncte Pel.t was asked to 'Iubcri\e\ "

-eentcd cards oa a silver salver. of the plain toilets of this distinguishedparty "I'll never goI'll never go:" she fifty cents to his parson's salary yesterday. AT WIIOLELILE.1XD RETAIL .

I a, mamma I its those fashionable railed! up to them with her cried, in tempest of plh.lowh;: 't11 "Can't do it. I tell ye. Kase Jere'a mighty .'

.!I..just j the best people in Washing grandest manner, and to cover her eur. cousins regained their parlor. "Why hard times 'proachin' on hyar t"! Oh, '
I NEW importing Drug now being opened oa a. few ,dthlr
John, tell them I'll be down prise and trepidation plunged at once didn't you tell me you knew them? DO, Pete, de craps Is good, and we' bib A. below the NATIONAL'HOTEL, JACKSONVILLE::, FLA., by ,
.What shall I wear conversation. She waitedfor and she turned on, Stella with aprfect
-acn. ..njamma into scarce poor plenty money die Winter !P' You'se a fool
/ ll r t iiicti : II oDstn StFI'"T questions, but with the volubilityof l torrent her fur all that she had been C l i ilm & CG. .
so awtully( stupid she might a school girl just released from bondage obliged to up dar at de bank say dat de Chloraforney 4 ,

E<,f my lavender silk out }by this talked aud talked. undergo.In Bank done busted just like dat Freedman .;' .'

,-; or mll lovely }blue one with theo Before long these strangers, as well time, however. *he thought betterof bank did ? Can't 'tcribe noihin Who will keep constantly on band pure English French and German Drugs, Medicine: *
lell it. that her little Ibemieles, Perfumery, withal. the late Domestic preparations of the day ". u-
Finding _quiet
) ace trimmi l. Pray < me, as others, who>c ears were sharpened but I'll lend de preacher my wood saw' and ., .
AiLody.wLat.ol.tl ll wear." > by hotel experience, new the principal cousin- 11.d.th'ntlTe into Boctery/she buck, ef he wants to yearn somefin" This EVERt ARTICLE. GUARANTEED AND OLD AT TilE LOWEST CASH rBlCK
.The silver gray you have on with afresh event.* oCher life; what school tie had condescended to treat her upon more .
ribbppsjjrjll be pretties ttban an attended, bow the bated Blank her equal terms; but she never forgot the propositlon'was act accepted.t MANOKAOTURER3 OF THfi .'rioRID.riSE TAR COUGH SYRUP."

.iboarte drcsi. I ;\ouldn't think of native city; what sort of a house her humiliation or the lesson of that day' Tat BOTTOM RAIL.-"Pears ter me, J "
Combined with the 'Liqui mber Slyraeiflu* or naive Sweet Gum, which forms one
Baking jadfefeulngttMl Jfif 1: wcte father had bought and furnished; that .defeat/- '''' ,. .- : I > -: t )Pete" remarked Si.*as the two stood in of the best -Pulmvioie S 1rUpf": ever used ; it relieves Coughs Sore Chest, Weakneai,

IOu even: for the Mays' said Stella. part: of her family were traveling on the front of the hop, dividing a nickel's worthof I. hemorrhage Asth..._, Bronchitis, &o, No possible harm can result from its use,
"That'a because you,don't_ know any continent, and had sent her costly How little business men think of the lobajco, "pears ter me dat de bottom bring: a'-Syrup of Gums.**
*' .-*!' t t.y Special attention lo the Prescription Department) at all hours of the
oaded Garnet. given day and
about them jw enU bow much she too wanted to
thing fre: future prosperity and advantages of ccm- rail am riJin' de fence! now! 'Tain't like:
sachMashtonable night by tbe moat COlDl"tel1aDJ PkarmaeiitH. Pills gilded with a J peculiar I
What can people visit foreign ccnntrys; Iud numberless nation and active co-operation of human t'ings used to wuz, w)ea'.BuIi! kand all de gold: or silver powder made in France lor that purpoee,wbicb deprives them of all un ** ]
Late in common; with you ? Probably little incidents that kept her visitors genius. Ten men go 10 dinner they are udder 'p'blikins was sbassayin 'round pleasant taste and odor wlUuiuf impairing their efficacy in the least 4

y u.1I never speak to them ia your life," staring and almost silent. the pillars of an edifice growing np around biar !t.. Medicine Chest furafabeU iad replenished with care and accuracy at short r not'ce. ,
and he threw ribbons and necklace, At last she paused and began the Also OD haul Faneyi-ParUiaa Ornaments, Parlor and Toilet), Lubin' tee nfni'Et* .
them, viz, society. One eats a fine cut ofroast "1 vas pesterin of mllttrlas' nit. 'bout .
S' at 55 Ru, St. Ann Paris. "
watch and chain recklessly on the marble contemplation of her dress. Surely tracts, \aps.Ac bought ;
beef, another takes a bate; of sweet ditsteojPete f Di nigier.fen't. itch aJbig'leajp'iiafln All: order! from a distance promptly d. Thirty years experience (and having
table in her baste while her that lace must impress
--toP ; moat exquisite point i sieherwashun for seventeen of that lime given personal attention to the and
p'literkil purchase .
potato, one ilafhes away at a loaf of bread, tde ; year import* <
tuotlic:;, wbol) brought.a costly, Imported favorably; and the diamonds on rur .';.ek.- -- *eta -.. *.' ioa of drugs, 4c. from England and France) warrant the belief that entire satitfac ,
dress_ from the wardrobe t pro her fingers in her ears-not many toolbar dips into a plate of coup and soon ion will be given to all who may favor n* with their kind attention.Nov8'74 .
cenied.t a array her poly and beautifulc young? ladies could afford to wear them, from corn bread to pie crust they devour Yeas ; de dimmyerats is scoopin' up de tf.,, J. I. GUIFKIN, & CO.. Druggists, Jaekioaville, FU .

i iiuitit! ; for,Garnet was beautiful and then the dress itelfhow she ached the present and forget the future: In 'publick'ns all de time now, an' it's 'bout ,

and hail been ltroogh ,uF, as her father1'ictt to inform them that it was an importation all this there I. a certain sameness with time fur de niggsr* to change kjari. Liae.

fc'ii td, "vUbout regard! to cost." from Paris, and the work of the out concentration, and too much diversity. tie ole train'gittin1 switched* oaWffide N. H. MORAGNE M. .n: .

To please her the old oil merchant great artist, Worth, the prince of dress The beads of the community are too scat track to stay dar." f ""

IlaJ.- il5eot" to spend the winter in makers. tered. They should direct in council and hI t'ink so, too, use dere.isn't bat one \WHOLESALE D RETfIL" wAND

YashiDgton'at'lDnc of the first hotels "Mamma," said Anne :May, in a deliberate together as to the best means squad o* radikils! in oils BOW:Jem's depotjrJ.peblickineaacl'm ,.

end of for voice unlike the higu-pitched ; "t'lnkingf f'clat
i incur strikingly r..sJe
;&b< to DO expense, of building .p'aDd a ffrong, bulwark
Cainet.was. wild to see and mingle.with tone of Miss Garnet, "would it not for tbe boys and girls growing up. dey Lab to take down de,.fa lines inter DR. UGr: Gr: X S Tp. .

ihil fcest(; accifity.i be aa woll to mention the business for There are men here who know how to getup der next Meckahun." :

-1berJ also} be bad found his niece, hich we called upon Miss West:! a Btnk'. to build a Railroad todig a "Looks moughty dat T T" said Si, alI DEALER IN : '

x the daughter of bis dead brother, ill at barry!" ? oan+t,to stars manufacturing business; ,and I be wa.eled off.IN r.

a h *Ttnar; boarding J bouse-j'and i itf theY Garnet's ears tingled so thatjperhap* to do many things pertaining to the growth .; DRUGS CHEMICALS OULSPAINTS
of his )heart had insisted upon :a new splendor! shot from their pendant 01 T COUnT
pt' and advancement of a towa. don't r
Why m'Wn. i m
m w II 1l U! it 3'
-her, llivlug an arduous position and jewels, for was not this a prelude to an For the County of Putnam, 5th Circuit fi) .

fI? >a8lnthe a winter with his family.Keeling invitation to their house, to some tier- they do it, and sot) o .answers "why.. 'l Florida., .tnJ ...'. CIGAUS

the need of rest and relaxaUOQ u kind jff f.l the and of A'LIsitei UI Uaiversalisfcir.A. ..J: PURE LIQUORS FOR XEMCAL PURPOSES.
Sctlla: ) had Ticceptea-the < might nee president some : 1'1 Aisumpait, Dam

td'the polled Garncfi chap, the great: neo of the country? .A. Calvin V. Dibble, ages SSO. suaaSworn ,,, .
only in the little plain figure "Yes, dear,*' said Mrs. May, in the- 1 to $16L
ww religion am I, eh T" said a driver G MDe fyviw Grarc1.en.: Seeds dJo
"You with lDlerel&A. R ic. :
,i somewhat old-fashioned garments a same low, tones see, Worth and
& wall, I'm
on a Raudolph street ear ; a tbereon from
owdy and a foil. lo fact she was very Miss Westburry.we bccnjcarching: kind 0' limited CnivenaliaL" "Limited ,\. Day, partners in !the May J87%. .. -.. ..
ih luhsrned of her cousin and took the city r"r. missing; friend, and name and style of Dibble ,
hidfberduHke.istcfla having heard, accidentally) the t you Univertalist!t" responded! bit querist ia Worth t Co.,
4 pains called if amaze; "if you're a Univertaliat at allyna ; The defendants and all other interested ;
worthy peoples I bee were a relation,'We to see you I persons Chemicals and Genuine iJ
"I'' car auaweredwith t1 a'flush! o0pcr could give us any Information concerning must believe that every one'll be saved." are hereby notified of this suit by Pure ;llg _
line, Stella Glen." "I know, I know,'* replied the man of attachment and are hereby notified and '" .
Miss -
d1C ek. and the declaration : : :
''Very worth.t }! Good patience! mamja : "Stella Glen! My\ cousin/! exclaim I brakes; "mot every one'll be saved, bat I required filed ia appear this cause vlcadjf lathe Ctetkr office ,..... .... .

hear Lcr-the very pink and pcru ed Garnet the blood receding from her.' of oune there's got to be exceptions, like of said Court on or tefore the first Mondayin Will be kept constantly en band, together with a FULL STOCK of the <

4. of Vashinston society! V cry cheeks, while she inwardly wondered at there i is t to every general rule. It tiaadi December 1875, judgment will be taken "'; ""

,worthy_ :on pec1 indeed 1 Why there the strange question. Was it possible,I to season 'taint likel,'. an all-merciful by de.ault. C. Onus. ;e CELEBRATED PREPARATIONS OF

\ who would give hall they I alter all, that this could have been the falher'd save them draymen as always Aug. 2T. 1875. Plaintiff's Attorney. .;;.If....
ro persoos theMSTS of their visit Did they a downgrade of a suddenu or the "
be called upon by only object crosses ,a128",31D. -
.re worth to make her call of acknowledgement with \her \JOHN WYEtH: & BROTHER.
Do you really think they are out coma to a women tact talks oa the crossing Notice to Debts:: and.Cp&ditcrs.liuiUwJa .
,, people, Stella ? How mach o r o f compliment panier turned to us till the car's gone by 'Jicrtby f ivea,Vhafr'..r- persons .
vc- worthy would be obliged if they could Could i it be only to inquiry after..Miss' aa-1 then hails it and scolds the driver or basing claims against the Estate. of Jose A. To.assortment of which I would call the .especial l attention of Physicians. ;

-r Stella, who perhaps: they took for a the man.who stops the car in the milHetf. Leiie late of Pnin'm c DDtT4teeu d.ill generally. ', .
IPU. into her dress-taakir?. Ana wh'o'knew bat the block atd then on again became resent then within the tine prescribed bylaw n "' J.: '
a gels
settled quietly "
burin, ibis notice will be in bar !
or o '
Veen one-tae eras such It --
onfir book but the flush might have '. made mistake. No, sir p'raps of : /
'"'with a the of to help a ; .their recovery. AU persons "Pulatka ::: ... Florida,
for right women ,
aow: bad faded iota>'ii-'Iece course tb'I'UltoP the celestial car for said Estate are request ji.to make immdiiti
-Put how'v lfbow4oIlookT Oh, themselves and at the thought her them cattle, but ef they do you bet they'll payment. -:, *

-. a; liar 1 to...kcop' them I cheek burned. have to hang on the brake-iron. No scats JAMES BURT. I' IfII IIII f Aa
28 b 1375. Executor.
littU mortified to Aug.. ,
crs tt l.l ahg ably saw tPI ue; She drew back a I ** .: '
1-\ come out. I'llVS the heart. Had all her finr clothes, for them, I guess. Car1 'tt.8y'! Wareb lU69tf.



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I J STATS ITE ds. 9and rb ltVni rsity. '- .. Awarded ighaet b edal at Vienna.JVeir ---tl Established 0Ue.t Cncl.1-' fiatitdss.>Ie.Ca-

? GERALD ,t JOn:Sunday and M ndtyv"Uet the.aborentUutien B. t AmIi 1837. .lWlL1IAML. mH, _

.t l La V e City shipped lastmostk' twenty-five' recently completed' IB N.sh- 1691.Droaaicaye -

i ._. ,. thouslnJ e pounds of'hidVs. v x- !a it' yule, was the scene of the Impressive Jn- r.J f ":. 1 28 Meeting street.

I'ALATKA, FLOKIUAiSATURDAY 1 It iy Colonel. P. Gray, the ,eH-known augural and dedicatory ceremonies" .which... ; Belag now prepared for the FAIL Tame
.:: tourist who spen .'coDlide1'a length of *1"ten3e i ll its opening. *', roa 1875, I wish to call the attention of

OCT IfLR,19,187f. time down here last winter, among other Sundty morning an Immense throng (Opp. Metropolitan Hot 1.) merchants to my large and Tarred stock of

news items, has written cs that Mr. J. R. gathered; at the University where after the KAXtrACTCKKKS, IMrOBTEBS 4 DBALXBS CIIIINA: GLASS,

has purchased, the St. James opening services, BishopDoggetlpreached .
( (,vr. Horatio Seymour, in writing his Campbell CIIROMOS& FRAMES,
v. regrets that he cannot attend the coming Hotel, out and out, and will conduct it a most able and interesting sermon, taking E.tRTOE.VW.ARE.LOOKIXGGLASSE f

S" ate Fair, retored Lit wl.dthtJ himself the.coming winUr.-trai tot his text the' last clause of the fifth STEREOSCOPES & VIEWS,
ijeorgia ..
erBeTofthe'+ slitn chapter"ofTTelSreW) ?-* "" -- KEKOSESB QOODSfJAPAXA I IJ
11 fNe rwrar.nitLia fM.4N p.puLtioac 8uTncltIJ: TO BB UAacDMrtKeech: iiinu a1F8wOM snllsii .a I
c# f tLisauaUy sillbaerois than..fipy.wtl- who was convicted last week' f f lie .mar; I,"The 1'0weraoCJh world i.o..come.;I The -' j.V D.rr..RE-lC.. j

.lions, s/rSpldltioe! pur*population .i1 Jer of Ellen! Wells, as a [ accelxarbefore dedication hymn. "father Almighty, Photographic Materials.We -

creat&flleSbetf! adSl >Tb_ fay,'tben. oYaet: ;and Newton, tkV principal, who Hear Our Cry," was followed by a prayer P. PTOAI-E, eatpartofilissperteddirectfromZrropc

i I drawing when the ands of the South was also convicted, have been sentenced lobe br Bishop Payne, the doxology and the are Headquarters for everything BesiJtI.tapl. goods, keep always large

trill be greatly lifted up in value. I bare executed at the late term of the Circuit benediction by Bishop Doggett, which the way of .a\\ Manufacturer of stock of

given much t.me and tLougbt to tie egri- Court for St. Johns county. closed the morning services.In Stereopticons and Magic D30rs Sashes Blinds k to French China and Out QIasMy :

cultural condition of the Un] tad Stales. 1 Mrs beech has appealed through her the afl-rnooa a voluntary by the Being Manufactures of the 1 of the business
I thorough knowledge
Lire traTelled extenshely aud I Lave examiued counsel to toe Supreme Court, for a new choir first announced the ,commencement :tltcro,Scientific Lantern, l Dealer in acquired by an experience of over Twenty

with car into the industrial inter. InaL-/* **. or the services, followed by the hymn,' SteroPanopticon BUILDESS' IIAnDW ARE, Years, enables tne to buy at the lowest figures

ti\ rite of all feCI ions, and I am confident A weU known gentleman of Black Creek ilow shall the young secure their.hearts. PAINTS, OILS, &c. and consequently to MIl at prices on
Dr.> Deems led in a scripture lesson University Stcreoption, which the retailer can realise a handsome
that hereafter tie South will get a large las jiu becB_Fobbed of sevente*.thousandCollars Sole Agent for
and share of those wbo meek was read, when the ,choir sang "Come Adnrt !er.s Sterroption, Hid fiat r. profit.
growing IB ce ld. A;.appears thai during i TW Satuial Wm. L. WEBB,
r log new homes either from Europe! or,fr,mt 'thewirhe' bad a bar ed B large(gnantitj'of Father, Son audibly Ghost. Artop COD, IW treat latrine Zitupukr f*. _' .. .

the older States of the Union. This fiood- the precious metal, and had been in the Bishop Whitman preached the Inital School Laotera ftp JLxlut: Ids ig fs. 123 JI (:1f.tllLrO.V, c
tide will bear with it wealth anti varied industiici. habit since of taking out of his oven such sermon of a series to he preached at the Family Lantern, People's Lantern. Send for Prices- aug21.

tl 1 for the dar wbea the University throughout the year, every AID WABIBOOXS,
prey "eagles" as were necessary for his wants. Each style being the best of Its class in civics

:South:> shall be prosperous in all. its. pur Of late bis i ,movements have been watched Sabbath afternoon, which service, and thdalo'De. the market. Kos.20 22 Hay no and 23&35PinckneySts

suds, for until it U sphere*can.. ,... no,. sV WI by-same godless.wretch; bis;Aiding place the students will be required to Catalogues of Lanterns and Slides with' FACTORY YARDS, '

und pervading welfare 1u. other sections t discovered,and..lbtllalaii.C material ab ttend. The text was taken from Colosians. directions for using rent on application. Ashley Hirer, West,End Broad St., .

I of our Union." ft.. % 'k f .tracted.t'ioa. "By Him all things consist." His 111 ohqritti BU cu asks swan situ s laic; 1aatmJ6)Cnt CHARLESTON. S. C. ,

entire discourse was listened (o' with out this advertisement for refoct2'75- ep25'75-ly. '
Ben Jordan r .
A colored citizen of town
oft -
marked attention.The .., ....
>\ Speaking of the Lillie IS.ker'.lale out. erence.- g : '- --- --
vlo'ated a city crdiuane ti. t
by name, having -:-
\ fit, he Savannah nitre says: Captain P. choir sang the dedication ode, NEW YORK

11\ LsRilflati rrekrti paiFSS"4izpaaseTnhii.ertof th'ti! Basel@.lbe win.t street.and by using otherwise profane disturbing language the upon peaceon the "Father offered Omnipotent.by Rev J."B. A McFerrin supplicationwas fol NEW LINE "J R J.'ADAMS

last Thursday afternoonu;o0 approachof ,, AND ;,
trr cason a dh well repaid bj seeing her owed by the Doxology and benediction by .
defiance and
the Marshal, set all law at .
in such fine order. Bishop Whitman.On a't .'
refused to be arrested lie appealed to I
The Biker takes the inland route, by Monday the dedication f the University TO THE FERNANDINA
the colored people by asking them if they '
which seasickness i it avoided and fasICD- took place. The exercises were RECEIVING,
wotli permit biTafrcsV bat lo""tbj credit .
;ers hV.eJb.fP .!:r otA lrit"'fUndiDCIn .t onV\ colored ciiileBslbey .i.e1T'. o.ed commerced by the playing tf the hymn, I STEAMSHIP, LINE
f t, ... Nearer My God to Thee St. Johns
magnificent steiTery. by the Six Tipper
|>i.ir love of onetiadres. eet (or the U* FORWARDING.AND .
InthemoPeL1Dr \'TUIliMn LaRose, teenth Infantry Band, and the choir ren-
by refusing assistance. The turjmlantJoTdan'was .'
well ei psi eked i in tie.dut ea $purser.. any lered a voluntary followed by prayer by ...--HHk.: '
compelted n'
t who Is assisted, Mr. J, A. Mercier, who to yield after a Bishop Payne. TUB 5IW AND COXPORTADLI.TEAftla ....... il EE ..tt
struggle and was placed in the city jail to I
t .has been on the wave before," and passengers Address were (ben delivered by GOT.I GEXERAIr
reflect his unbecoming behavior.
will find them attentive and cour upon Porter, Dr. C. F. Deems, pastor of the
teous. Kftrttr.iTberfollowicig'ltlms Church' of the strangers,.New York,.Rev ... \ ,

J With Captain LaRose OBdeek, MfWt I E ( I Dr. A. A. Lipscomb, late Chancellor of jibe r
from the TaUah -
LaRose and Mr. J. A. Meretef in the office are University of Georgia Bishop MeTyeire, \: CAPT. CHESTER.MONTGOMERY. ,
and )lr. Tim Haley at the engine!, asoee Florih.n of the 12tb ; Comptroller and Dr. Garland. the Chancellor of ho BOY

passengers to Florida can anticipate with Cowgtll is back at his post of duty after a University. LOLLIE MERCHANT
short absence at the North. -
assurance of realization, a delightful and After the addresses, the Inauguration ;

satisfactory trip. Ex-Gor. Walker returned' home on Saturday Ode, written for the occasion by Dr. Lips- ',. A. SHAW )Master

ft. fi 1+ last'aQeransbsenoipfeomethree. comb, was sung. .; 4 CAPT FAIRCLOTH: ., .

On the Cd of SeplenW iast an ..\.t 1 Ie. bwealhs iV'Northern cities.!* .. Trie w' looking At the conclusion of the nde the following Isplacfcd permanently on the route and Kill t J
** **
Murray was eODfiDe'r the TTotnbr 6& tancn Improved. dispatch from Commodore Vanderbilt leave JACESOSVIILC, from Solary's wharf These steamers sail from New YorkPier ._ _. _

charge of murdering Thomas Doyle and D. B. Farmer, Esq.. of Minneapolis, read. : every THRBSDAY' morning at 9 o'clock, for 2, North River and from Fcrnaadina Railroad ..1'

', twenty days later his wife Anna Jane was Minnesota, arrived In this city op Saturday Nsw rose, Oct. 4.-To Bishop*n. N. SALT ExTiarBtsK Ltcc,,LAKE MKLLOXVILL HABXBY,,VOLCSIA WitS Jsssur, WK:, Wharf. ;, 1 .

e locked up In the. Tombs as his accomplice and brings cheering intelligence of MeTyeire, Vanderbilt University: We send LAKA.PALATKA.TOCOI.GaiEHCOTKSrBIXOS Sails from Fernandina on Wednesdays.Sails :- i. '1.fIr:

She took to the prison her little child a Mr. Miller in attracting attention to this greeting to you alL May your institutionbe and all the intermediate landings on the from New York on Thursdays. :
puny two year old boy,so small and,delicate section of the State. lr. F. is a promin : ever blessed by the great Governor or St. Johea river. For freight or passage apply to ,I -1t'i.'D .-- .
that be.eeemed kardl/a star oMKjThe; eat'member:of Tlke Minneapolis 'bar and all thing!. The Lome DOT connects at PALATKA IIERM GELPCKE, Agent "'- ,'
V Jautber with the steamer LIXZIB BAKIB from SAY- ,
> 3 fT r iv bji
r was: confined the prison> for men; will. probably become a resident t among us. C. VASBIBBILT. AfiAH, and CITY POIST from CHABLKSTOS. 5 William st, New-York' '

and tee mother and child in what is known Dr. E. T. Adams,' of Cleverland, Ohio, The dispatch was received by the audi Leave PAIATKA TUPBSUAY nightretnrn- Or W. J. WOODiV4RD, Pr Y-GDOD:

ar! lie "Mag'lalen," a place set apart for has also been on a vis't for several days, ence with great enthusiasm log will leave PAIATKA every MOXDAT for Representing:CHARTER & KING,Agents.Fernandina ,

nafhcrs and their children and girls and himself Jacksonville at 7 a m. F
young expresses as highly pleased Bishop Doggett then pronounced the< For Freight or Passage,having superior

r flit! little family living underneath theme with the country, and will in all probability benediction and the ceremonies were accommodations, apply on board or to

: roof Haw no more of each ,t eft pip make this, section his future home. Hiis ended.-ClmrttvilU: Chronlelt of hie 9/A. H. R.TEASDALE. Proprietor Only One Dollar !

r though an ocean divided, them. Day by tbpping'a1t the City Hotel mar 16'73-tr.. Palatka 1 Fla. M.%.W.... ,
Jay the little 6ne grew weaker, and a few COM I KG.-The colony of Minnesotiani M. H. Rogero & CO. r ---

ds ago it was plain that it must die. under the inimitable Miller will leave for Savannah Weelly Moraii N v&

r Then the father was taken to see his boy, Florida about Will sent to address months
the 20th or 25th inst. ,H is: i .t.J be any six
and IbV-Utl..lt} >>!!.J.1err.1'or a few lames will consist of fHn $5-tqlQO[ persons. .. Mr r far One Dollar. This is one of the cheapestwiehdieepr&liabeJ.
Oir1 tie'Tathef" It ia not blanket sheet
u iJtWr -tfeoWasy saw : a I
Papy, Uenoral Freight Agent of the J., P. I. in wb en all sorts of matter is promiscnou .
the boy again. He was alive, but very i M. Head, has arranged for through WINE.Pure ,ly thrown. It is neatly'printed four- I ,

1 weak. After the father was again! locked freight rates from Chicago to Tallahassee 1 Scuppernong Wines from Eschol page paper, compactly made up and edit I

up in his I cell tie little one died in, his at a reduced figured We i&ake this an rug: n MmW Wine Company, Richmond county, N.C., ed with great care. Nettling of a dull or FURXITfTRE
wothe1'1 .rms. 4Hes} better off now,', noonebment with 1 or sale by R. J. AD.U1S. heavy character is admitted into the columns
satisfaction' as it not cf the WEEKLY U is an elaborately -
she said, but she and when her bus
wept often that so large a colony is formed for I compiled compendium of the best things

bind was brought to her cell both sobbedover any State-certainly none larger has eve '. THE GREAT SOUTHERNMUSIC that appear in the DAILY NEWS. The telegraphic CROCKERY, "
their dead child. They said they despatches of tbo week are reedited I
come to Florida in a single boJ,. It will '
could 'it and car.ratiy weeded of everythingthat t.
not J
bury they were too por-but ,
remain withour] land owners, to Low
say I ia not strictly of a news character-
acted the Warden to send worn friend.
tea many.of them shall settle in Leon county, ; HOUSE also contains full reports of the markets ;
The friend declined lo bury their,dead baby -- And Dealers in : thus those who have not the advantage of PROVISIONS,

and so the body was senLto'the tn ar- a daily mail, can get all the news, for six
several portion. of an old mee
road discovered
eadamited were on lishsror for one year by sending Two
little deeent could and
corpse as ,
bank of the Monongahela river, near Fair Dollars.

LtD kissed the cold lips, and strangers mont in West Virginia and a recent examination JCKSOXILLE, FLORIDA. The DAILY Moaxikd NEWS is the same LIQUORS A.GRAIN .
buried her boy in the Potter's Field. if ,
of the place by a Government surveying reliable organ public opinion that it has
'. always been-vigorous, thoughtful and
) S"* has resulted in the DRY-H.-DO'S. ..
party' tracing "
conservative in the discussion the issues

road for nearly eleven miles along tne bol. ., of the day, and lively, sparkling and entertaining '-
The Savannah JV>r, says: Amongst land between the hills and the river in its of the .
torn -., t..... Smith Norton & Co. presentation news. ,
( interesting questions raised In and the latest information
occasionally though In some places it has been washed gathering publishing *
1' in religions discussions that of a union J and in discussing questions of
away. The stone with which it was constructed -
public policy fully
the Episcopolians and the Motho* PROPRIETOKS.THE. &C.
appears to have been burnt, and abreast of the mst enterprising journalismof
di ts, or.., is it issomelimeB,put a return of the material employed was large'y compos Provisions.GROCERIES. times. Price, $10 for 12 months ,
the Utter to the cb1rcla'rrom which OF $5 for C months.
theyspirated. ed of boulders of red sandstone, which LARGEST ASSORTMENT.
A writer in the
.. Chicago must hare been rought from a distance, <- :: features as the DAILY NEWS. Price, $6 for .. ,
argued the case in favor of union there being few if any boulders in the rive .. 12 months; $3 for C months. .
with a good deal of force, devoting himself or adjacent country. It !t. supposed that .. Money for either paper can be sent by.

I*the.,object of lowing Methoditls that they were broken into pieces by first heat Organs' J. P O.order,'registeied letter Express.at:
there should be no Inseperable obstacles and cold : Sheet Music, publisher's risk .Ul.'t!.....
ing throwing water upon them.
"I' Music Books
I., the requirements of the Episcopal Church Toe width of the road is about fifteen feet; Violins, .J BTJIJ1DERS'Furnishing
tbal,is'such an evenl their ministers must .:..
In depth the broken stone varies from six .
Guitars- ,
.t. "
* be ordained. This writer took the usual a
to eighteen inches, while it is .general) ,
.t.. co/al ground thafln thT es sslon of covered by ffota two tVfive feet of alluvia( \ ain Hay Flutes, ,Ii' I II Jacksonvllto Florida.
4 J
! the Vies/yins. the Apot Ui succe sion soil. At the crossing of the streams tier. ..
bad \eel token, and be has succeeded in ANDA
are no traces bridge abate vats, or pierswhich '.' !M j
eliciting a reply from Bishop Gilbert Penniniaii & Co.
leads to the conclusion that the .. .. ,
.. .' )..' \ "
i } Episcopal Church '
havens of the Methodist
streams were crossed on wooden bridges .
UO MUSICALMERCHANDISE, ,. :. > Manufacturers and Dealers In
North, who a erUA.. ..complete. Apostolic. A"lDall'po the J'Oa'1"eolered-with .' ".. ,, /
nuceession fen hl. ehwrcb.He makes out. 4ffees I '. ... :
terloOyeits cliwMeh> sbtiwr that THE CENTURY lulls "Braciets W aid

John Wesley to have enjoyed all the Jt mUlL!!",been; made previous to the ad. : tt .r '.. ,
authority: and prestige of a Bishop of, the venfof # TURNED; WORK
the white men In this country OF..ANT HOUSE IX THE. SOUTH.. ,
reek Church.. In.hOpJtUCD' writes: "It Probably the road was the work of the pre- i '."* : Will Shave KIES 3ct hand Planed Lumber Rived and .'
that : -< ,. .. + o.t<*. : :
is :almost; historic.etdalnlr be ,historic race known is the mound builders. -
Pianos. Violins Guitars, and all
Organs Sawed Cypress Shingles
. (Wesley) received tuchordination from Ibe < .. : :... ..:.: .: ,
hands of CYasmus, the Greek Bishop oj .a General kinds of instruments, .stood the feet of analysis by four Lath, Fencing, Vegetable Crat r&e.
competent chemists, vis Prof Sillraan
: ,
Crete Many incideals go to prove thltlaci. The Rev. B. IveV,who Is {the Republican State Chemist of Conn : Prof. C. U. tfbep- .

It is asserted on credible authority Candida'e for Inspector of the Slat F0R"RENTA ard, Jr., State ehemils of South Carolina; Seasoned Lumber

.hat when the first Protestant EpiscopalBishop Prisons, Is the same meek and lowly Chris. Prof. W. C. Iilden, Washington, D. C.;

visited England, to get consecra- tian shepherd! who attracted so much its Palatka Florid Prof. John Darby few" York. All ef Constant!, on hand.. :m. All orders
which it "Wi bout
fed fce,called!, on,the/Bishop fl.fLo nddn- lefttftmlfj a .je eecfc5rhicl} >e f ids IB Be?: ... AND Fault,"agree and in"Free pronouncing from any Deleterons 1 promptly 1875 filled.6a

The Bishop declined to serve him, saying ton at a meeting of Methodist ministers a Substance Whatever" For sale by I mayl
. Le, was prevented by the act Parliament. few months ego. In that speech, according jane 7 tf R. J. ADAMS. SALE AND

But be advised i him to!go to John Wesley, to the reports gives in the Boston FOIt SALE OX THE INSTALLMENT ?LAN:'
... .
saying that,Mr/Wesley} had the same right newspapers, he outdid\ the Wolt frantic tof NOTICE.Six Livery Stable
to aid hjm as h IIWlt.! Ihe Bishop elect the disgraced carpel-gaffers of the South .> ,
visited Wesley and solicited ibis favor, and IB his denunciations of the wholeSonthern Old Instrument taken sin exchange for weeks after date I shall apply to the .Oppotlte Metropolitan Hotel,
Wesley declined for the same reason that loo 000 PoundsOF new ones. Write for Catalogues and Judge of the County Court of Putnam .
London' white population, characterising them as T er... county Florida, to be appointed Administrator JatJuowillt, ; ; Flori.c. ,/" .
the Bishop of bad
refused It miserable whelps against whom' ''Dot hIe, Palatka Florida. aa creditor, upon the estate of
ateruents J. E..LUCAS Agent,
these and other are true it is but strychnine and cannon ought to be Ruben Hill, deceased in said county, Iniutale. B. McCtMJv Proprietor.

more man probable that Jbe Episeopilaets! used," and said he longed for the appearance jnae5'75tf. By order of County Judge. September Horses, Buggies. Phaetons and other
\\"eaerwLicli! were extelideV over al- 17ih 1875. vehicles, constantly hire. [f20tf
of some colored man able to become a
meet a acore f years, Lad e. history ce'.- leader 'among his p cple, wielding the $S tO S2O Per <*&7- Agents. wanted. alb-6*. HUBBARD L. HART

tia tieal, aa lirVil at a superior and Ihtineauihoriiy. I sword; and 1orell. It II quite appropriatethat :. .......! n .. a t. ', All classes of working people of both serer, ;t Y

If this be so. hen our: Proea- a par'y which has sustained the infamous v A.NILIKW: : : In young us,and in their old,own make localities more money, during at work their RECEIVING 'FOIWItDIJG

.... taut E|i.e pal bretircn.ma.r be jet seek-; thieves who have looted the South spare moments, or all the time, than at I II

leg trdtnaiiun i at the Methodists' Land.;: since reconstruction, should select for one .' any thing else. We offer employment that I E. Teasdale '. ,

pecMly! aa in the late Conference at' of its conspicuous standard bearers in this will pay handsomely for every hour'a work. Henry t .
Full terms, ic.
partienlars sent free.
Uonii: the Greek members objected to the State.a man who. avows himself fa/or cj f Seed your addresa al once. Don't deUy." Warehose Just IZueol'urCa L:

,A. (.li<.n ordination\ aa (irregular, which. poisoning and,shooting those Southern; eftisens M. H Rogero & Co Now is the time. Don't lock for work or JJAVINGsuperiorSteambeat be pleasedat A supply of' RusseUX>*: Flint beat Gbnd

.'.> >.,<&W not aay 'It the Methodist *r iiift who have the misfortune lo be white, business elsewhere DDt ymrhare learned all times to attend to the business of Chimneys that will stead lateD.eoot

I. ) uiL.j lit>l descended from one of< and..*f-de,tr ,ie-I IWir properly by the what we tffer O. Snasos & Co, Portland, j j their friends and the public generally. break. fmarchCtf' II. J. ADAMS
: 3Ianr.! dill 17'6-tf.
.. aprrlS IRT5 Iy ty mat
"sir own )airiar"'k., torch of the lnetn.lI ry. sy


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-l Sleauer,Okeehumkee arrived October.32 ",Active and vigoroai/full j-y lj jr-3 of+.hreP y rise,and $5 I II ] Jlnl) Wm.,ThPa =, | CookCarlet. JOHN *T. UKUfir(

k 4 with4'bile\ baton, Zit lacks coUcI1..d with a business standing: which ranked 1 1t'.eirfzt17otgl'elk" I[ f niUp<.t Tu ror.THOMPSOlf '__ -

: EE. and good list of passengers.TaoMAaJExU.Lx'rjJ high they had the will and the mean to 55-rewarJ wilt be paid for the recovery : 1 190 KING STREET, .
of a reddish brown'bottomed boat and
tl\l1E3t01. 1 f,
J serious and itarac-
Bake their losses
f4 f. good ,
ftofii tiie' oats, stolen from R: J. AdtmV wharf -
--- steps "&lately began the erection of the present Tuesday evening bocK slk-o'clook. The GROCERIES
P4LATKA front with two feet in length
1'1.0&11)4. a sweetpotato ,
magnificent establishment known as the boat is about 18 feet long; I leaks v little '

This tuber may b* seen at Heiss Old Tivoli hosier Mill upon the site occupied ....4th paint is well worn The above & CARLETON AND IMPORTERS OF
't1fJ>At9T: OBERIIt1, 1875. r rJurfoVity SjTepT v fy* reward will be paid on return cf tie f
the old one. Tie new milfs ate built
boat to R. J. Adams!, Palatka, Fla. .

I Paper:5th JGAYS > Circuit._ TBK first hop"of the season took place at upon the mist approved plans, not only oetl6'tf.C.GaAYNew ,. --
this fcr conyeoieec"end- adaptability the r =
Mr. Hiekman' on Tuesday night.
: ,IATTER.S. entertainment: was given,lif\ honor. to Mr, business, but with special reference lo security YorkP.II.O'ButsSavannahB. Fri:}!tt tit } :

A. J. Hedriek and his accomplished bride. against fire. Upon their eomple F. McKixxA Savannah.GrayOTBrien \0 Prtl1.1; to fry .'

p &IcEN 3 Of PUTNAM COUNTY, This Beaedictiae 'ifels becoming quite tion the Root Manufacturing Company was & Co. Our'pricea are below these of any fibtt.

T 110CRFRIENt b AND NEIGHBORS popular in Palatka, and we doubt not, organized and immediately stocked the dealer litff*> Uailnl Staled .,N. 'atrc

TIH ;pfrc WILL REND TEN COPIES OF that the quiet dignity, and grace, that sits structure with the latest and most approved REAL ESTATE charge for drayage besi.g or freight.We .
H7 St. Savannah Ga.
llE '(EASTERN HERALD" FOR $20. .o well upon the brow of Hedriek since his < machinery for the manufacture of the Brighton, prepay freights and deliver. g"d< .

i mifJEDU Es THE ATES.IO f 2 PER union matrimonial will induce our lot ng special u"'ot good to whjch they have WHOLESALE B.KTAIL DEALERS J3W free Eastern at any Wilmington depot UII the and Mae Columbia Of the, >South vtk

.\LX.wrp| : LACK! CLVDUBSCRIBEB4't0 : bachelor.to go and do likewise. : *' since d.-voted 4 their- itieatien! Neither. Carolina and Charleston and Savannah

T0$ TI&E 1.12 |.ET.UP..:. YQ B .,._ J R'" pains nor expenses' have beeri"spared to DRY GOODS. Rail Roads ; .also to all points iu South

THE NAME FOR A CLUB NEED Wx hear from Mr/F. JHer'the gwifl procure the very best of everything that Carolina, Georgia auu Florida, having direct -

A OT tL CpME FROM.: ; ONE POST OF- man who purchased the Woodstock orange could in any way tend to the absolute perfection >-' ARE RECEIVING OUR FALL communication Vtli Larjcsion..

EX .If'' l 11e p grove frein Mr. Hargrove, that-i;* orange of their productions. Skilled labor STOCK and will offer, during the season, ALL GOCDS GUARANTEED.
.a Wilt corapareTavorabty wifh last year an ubuu.l1.Iarre and attractive assortment TKKMS P. >.
crop of the highest class is trployed, and. ; AND -Cask by ( order or Registered : -
Ie EX is in demand here. crop. If we are not mistaken Mr. Hargrove of FOREIGN and DOMESTIC styles Idier....t 20.*itJ or tW J...j4.clly?.aceepianee -
exercised in
is Ihe selection
I realised from twelve to fifteen hundred the utmost care such as colored Dress Goods Mourning with interest added at 1 per cent
1i; are having beautiful October of Ihe material and it* subsequent Goods, Black Silks Colored silks Black a monib. Always enclose this advertisement -.

-ntj,er.a dollar last year from this grove of conversion into marketable: c ods. The Alpacas, Mcrinoes, Cashmeres, Poplins with order if convenient.
.)''r. Fuller Handkerchiefs Embroid'
three hundred trees. Since Hosiery, Gloves ,
which their manufacture list of Net Prices. No
--- --C.NauLT -- --' hag rank have L' 'fil '
into possession he his been engaged cries, Lace, Trimmings Notions, & ., ..tc. ,
I. and came ,
everybody repairing
obtained itprtma/acia evidence of their Cotton Sheeting!, Shirtings, Prints Jeans -1 Finest quality Young Jy wn lea-quality
P rejijtng for winter-business( In setting ouLyoung trees.and ha finished domestic unsurpassed. exquisite tUvor and
.. ... 1 superiority. and all the varieties of goods. great
t '" Rrr hiijdwelliag house,.a building that has all The capacity of the Tivoli Hosiery Mill Blankets, Flannels Linen Sheeting, Table strength, $1.00 per lb. This Tea vpeciallrecommended. / .
11 A. J. R. will accept :
J please our the modern eonveniencee.ud present a Linens, Linen Towels, Napkins Shirting ,. Finest quality| Oolong,
4hanfe/or IbatihandeomQprtsent.! beautiful front lo.the iit r. Mr.'ru1ler i* fifteen sets of machinery to operate Linens and other housekeeping good. a'Palatka*-4f a'ac' F1oridi2 .. oaehoag.. Gunpowder, and It .non TCJ,
I ..1.. "A .'I which they employ three hundred hands, Ladies under garments of (cry.descrip, .' $1.00 per Iti. Second quality Te*st 1e. per
Asa-wooD is delivered the bank of 1 informs us that he has not had a day lb. Tb
on whose wages aggregate one hundred tion. Gentleman's Furnishing Goods &c. quality Teas, sold by otter dealers -

the river at from two. to two dollars and a sickness. .thousand dollar Their annualprodluction Mr. Christopher Gray, of our firm-a all per.; yon can bate dclive-nl l
-- ---- annum.
calf a cord: arM stock of Brownand buyer of Ihirtl1e&re: experience-is located ,. by us at ftlc.per lb. Crushed Sugar 8J llbs.;
The cheapest is thousand p
iI-' largest in the forty-five dozen in New York where his .FAMILURI* j I'owJered Sugar NI} Ibs; Granulated A i S>agar
f 6otkineneed Bleached 6hirtIosSheetIng, !,of fine wool and merino knit underware TV WITH THE MARKET.and. his KNOWLEDGE 9 Ibs.; Extra f Sugar.OJ lbj.giarifie lBrown
Oranges t
.bate& ripen
i Is at Est. J'arkhurst \ .
which make iLe ttjej'lpok.temptik and. down valued at half a million dollars, for which OF GOODS, enables him to Sugar, lUj Ibs.: ant Brown Sugar -
obtain the BEST at the LOWEST PRIGES 11 Ibs. for 51. Linlejr'a Peerless Family
I not fiud .
they only a ready market bat Ire
beautiful. Flour, our own brand.nihde from best Virginia
His extensive purchases (buying as he business
Will In -
quently are unable lo supply the demand. I, give prompt any Wbe.t-an
elegant article SO Ibs.
does for and for his -
our house Augusta entrusted 10 them in their FIRM or individual .
CAB.LXTOX AXD THOXTCOX real estate house) secures for us the heavy trade dis- tot $1 J. or $S U per barrel. Good Family
agentSthavo taken room overJr.) Morag Tux BAXKXCPT. is estimated that counts allowed only to LARGE BUYERS. capacity. Flour 24 Ibs. for $1 or $7,60 per b-ml.

D"', Drag l4ere.-? ". "*- t of the number who launch their barques Besides he bujes for CASH and consequently Extra: Cbeiee Finely Flavored Bagged lams

on the stormy sea of commerce nine out much cheaper than those who pay Deeds & Mortgages' Prepared. ICe. per lb Extra Choice Breakfast Strips,

Mu. TATLOX,, putting additional of ten become bankrupt Man things conspire long time prices. .' 'f 16Jc} per lb. Choice Tumbler Jdlie..lateIile
of- lijc.:: each. 'lbCauneJTomatoeslgc.
Doing busi tea on the principle
room to her dwelling house on first street to effect this result Prominent! among Acknowledgements of Dow. eaeh8 It*. Canned Tomatoes,ICc. eseh. lIb

fruiting.. MrE. : \1014". $"ot. nt0 (them is "living beyond your means.' exhausting Large Sales and Small Profits.and Salmon 18c. per can; : lb. Canned l'iue
.:-"' So it is Apple, 1'"clI. l amons sod fears 'JZe.p .
iuldtdrliebnt'eocntry'fdendeto i your fiuoei..lltruglh. having all the advantages that long cry, Deed, Ac, r. can- 6 cans for $1.SO. Beat QUit ity
in the physical mart possessed of strength experience mature juJgeme t, and cash Mixed
take time by the forelock and gather in "1. Vinegar l'ickle.-I'in lie. each ;
;1 and anticipations of a long life we launch buyioe can give w their cane seed before the frost trips the taken In' office or at quarts ; gallons, GOe. eaeh. t on-
out in the quest of pleasure.' SrRT/that. AYE CAN AND DO offer ,In parties. Titles lo lands examined. Taxeson denied Milk Eureka and Eagle Br_ndSc.
buda. A hint to the wise is sufficleatt surpassed inducements to purchasers. 'idents others in each. GanlsSeafoam lb. lbs
We live beyond our means; undermining property of non-res, or } ->c., 5t'c.
A t') o+ jfii .ie *.lc' Having Putna'iu county piid b/Da< of the. V.iJat. i per can. Lemon Sugar, 40c. per. can.
I our constitututions by extravagance in eat- Dooley's Yean Powder 15c.
ONE PRICE 25c. and 40c.
Ma. WMJ Lo\Ptar, has put np ihe framework ling and drinking ; by disregarding the ONLY per cU,,, \tIi.h: Booking: Soda, or Package -

of a one story dwelling, jail opposite natural laws of.beallh.and ere we are a aware the most Inexperienced can rely upon getting 'Wcauo, Soda, 'loc; pel lb. | Boxes Sardine,
When finished as good value, as the most expert and !fl. r ; 2uc,; {"coxes Sardines SSc. "eacb. Shadi-
Thomas Shklley's Esq. of it we are bankrupts body-Dytpepsialand Stale
order with Hon. C. A. Cow gilt, Comptroller,
that of the persons living at a distance! can nes } boxe,55c. each. Cox' ;parkllnGelatine -
fhiijritKo'IT/Jbllioks of part Rheumatism or liver complaint or confidence, : Tallahassee Fta. 2Cc. per pack. Capers 4Uc., Glues
!jwn. Chattered nerves or kidney iiseee! or We will deliver at Railroad and Express Hon Jesse II. Goss, Circuit Judge.Gaicei- 50c.. Worcestershire" ttalnut and' Jlusb-.
ff1 i '" f'1 "* *' Liliettthat's Segar and Tobacco -' drops/ exhausts and stations outside of Savannah retail bills ville FU. room Sauces genuine Imported .J0i.4
Emporium our physical capital
Wx learn that tbtilearner' Lollle Boy has complete Imported Maehthofas Se- amounting to over $10C.. O D," free of Rev. 1'. 1'. Bishop Pres., Fla., Fruit Grow- bottle. Imitation French 1111'I.rd.OC.per.

been enlarged ass thoroughly,overhauled. gars lQ I'J.4u4oltar.1fltci.Ull.! tf. we are unable to meet the heavy drafts freight, and will send samples by mail ,-Cr.S.\I5S., ban; Mated t Ia., m' Genuine t'rench Mustard :25c. French

When she comes upon the face of the upon our constitution. But we real re. whenever requested. octO Sin. Dr. N. H. Morague, Urugjist.PaUtki.Fl: l'runes, 16a.C Raisins ::<>C. Citron 40c

j waters again she will not only be inviting Fhould you want :real stylish hat at a lame. Check your extravagance and"by -FOR REriT. W. C. Snow Clerk of Court Patatka, FU. Currents 10e. Cbcese. 2l e. Full weight

credit her low price-go to Est. Parkhurst.+, tf. the aid of Tt TT's PILLS your broken con Candles first qna1ill. e. per lb." Baker
to traveler, bat/tefltct upon advertise.wheu; desired lands comitled
We ,
Chocolate 45e. lb. Cocoa, SOc b.
4 stitution will re restored and the drafts on A neatly furnished room situated in the per per
captain and owner. t'Talc Till_ houserjustniebedand! t stefullyfurnished to us for sale. Hrpma.GOc.,per. lb. German Chocolate.*:.
of the
1..I. most desirable town can
the pwrt
f> T. I exchequer health will never be ch i*< ,
made "by Mr. Andrew Shalley called oneSty termt.pply''." s per Ordinary Rio Coffee 4) lbs for $1.
new steamer Tuscawilla honered. (hr Terms shall be Reasonable.To : choice Rio Coflee 4 Ibs. for $1 choice Lagcayra -
the "Carleton House. This building 'is oct2'75tf. TIIISOFFICE
ier first trip from Jacksonville to Silver i Coffee. 2J J Ibs. for $1. Old Uuvernmenl -
Springs on the OckUwaba river. Sbe i.a is situated near the Court House and has 600 buncbestsoaaas wanted apply" at JujCuffer.; 3 Ibs. for $r, Housed,

iftH steamer Iwenty.five-"good sized rooms, and the ,this Office. -j* ESTATE C. FARMS our expected and re!!pected patrons( and Ground Coffees, 6c. additUnal, ucla

.e..neat.an\ Veil.furnished Mr Char, .. promise is that It will bt filled with a good The highest price paid for Cotton Hides we, in the introduction of ourselves and grade. uryea'a ,Starch 0} Ibs for $I.
a do leyT etc., at Lilienthar. Cheap Cash Store. If. ..... culling lo their notice will say Ibat we Satin Gloss Starch 75c. per box. Corn
e ei.j of boarders. Mr. Sh alley never does ..
sets do Land Offi'teusineu if woO
commander. March
'a her popular p opoxe to a lie per pack Box Blueing Wt
things by halves, he has spared no ex- Examine Lilienthal's assortment of Boot* KO. 1, PARKIICRST BLOCK II receive tbeir aid, with one exception, per dozen. Barley, 12Je.} per lb. Durham

CAPT. GRAT,.steamer Marion, made two pence. in furnishing and fitting up his establishment & Shoe. Ladies, Misses and Children's t at ia we propose! to do everything on the moktng Tobacco,&So per lb. Martin's Celebrated -

trips to Silver Springs.and back this week. ; not only so, but he is well Kid Button Shoes a speciality. tf.: tgtt-jre, nothing oblique iu our dealings.For Gilt Edge Cutier,40e.perlb Choice
: .... Palatka and Putnam county we have Gosben Butter,35o. lb. Good
her she down 80 bales -ir..P per Table Uui
On drat tic brought known lo the thousands ihat visit Palatka. "
BEST bleached shirting at lOo. yard at much to say in their cc mtnJalion. By ter.20c.per lb. Cooking Batter :
TLORIDAo. 41bs.,5lbs
cotton,150 sacks cotton seedand 14 barrels during the winter and his excellent wife, Est. C. Parkhurst. : mean 'of"the grand, and beautiful St. and 6 Ibs. for $1. .

pirits turpentine. On her second trip she so favorably known, and so well qualifiedfor John river, Pllaika h in eats and direct Biscuits-: Soda 12 Ibs.fo, $l. Extra. Pilot
brought 18 bales cotton 200 Jacks cottonseed the task M the hostess will add much Baowi shirting at 6c. yard at Estate C. -: .- communication with all parts of the known lOp* Lemon Wine :Giagt'r aDd fuller, at
Parkhunt. and unknown world civilized and semi- 15c) '
and 32 barrels spirits-turpentine. ; perlb ,Nie Nacs.lBc.Fancy Cdu'-:
Jo popnlarixa the "Carleton"just now bid. I
civilized and wild. By magnificent seagoing lb. Black
per Pepper.80c.per lb i> ::
arriredonion hand and I.kl', Uo
-r Jcsr sets at Dr. Moragne'a Keep constantly on fc large
pablicfavor.hnsolicited and
IT is seldom lhatw hear of i cii less If ding for : Drug Store. if. steamer ihe trip to New York and per lb. Nutuegcl5c.perounce. M4ce' '15e.

kind in this section. This Sum- without compensation we thus speak, for :" well selected stock Of other eastern cities is but a few day of per ounce Ginger :'fie. per lb Hone: and
any Suitable steamers and Vanilla
we feel assured that all will join In.praising JCST received at M. II. Rogero t Co'a., joyous[ journeying. Flat Stick Candy.a fine artielet .
met bas been remarkable for good health oilier water crafts will bear the curious pu[ Ib.Ordiuary Stick Can.Jl.I'Ut.'Oc.
a lot of fresh butler 40cts lb. |" r
ai along the St. Johns river. As an evidence Mr Sballey's indefitigable energy in ceived by Schooner 60 bales per bay. Have Tea DRY GOODS. ventuur up the beautiful expanse of lovely lb.. Rock handy any color i e. per' lb.

of this, we note that there has been adding lo Palatka a superb building that also 60 barrels Florida syrup.A lakes or in the weird windings of deep Colgate. Toilet tfoaps-.:CO different kinds
is! not only an ornament to the town but a rolling forest streams, among the paridisal a specialty of oars.at Manufacturers price:
falling off in the sale of medieines I
a elre mooumentto his own industry. nice lot of black and figured Alpacas groves of orange trees with their golden -from 25c. to $-1.00, per dox eakes. Col
Silly W Fruit or amidst the haunts of formidable I gate's Handkerchief Extrae'f.riOc.:: per bottle -

'THOSE of oils Northern brothers who Foci spools Cotton for'! 2c. at Eat, C. plaids for ladies wear at Est.C.Parkhursl.lf, MOTIONS alligators with loud gulteral roar of defi- Cashmere. Itouqitet Powder, 6e. per
Parkhurst. "- ance, or In the forest where! the antlered box. CieveUnd't 1'01ade'a.a1ibe.. a Ite.-
have spent the Summer in Putnam countyare ; 'I aounJs his shrill whistle of alarm loIbe
Ir yon wish a fine Sewing Machine, call Buck Lora ife and preservative unequalled for
10a'k1 remarkably yelL They all Frtsh'Orocerie.reoeiredbyevery; steamer a" this office-rate, low. -Does In his charge 11 place for a be hair.20c per bottle Old Corn Whiskey
that have little 1 '. borne winter or summer Paiatka! cannot b* $1.80 per gallon. Bye '
say they experienced! or no "LUienthal'a Cheap Cash Store. .tf. Uhitkey, $I.t.tl
inconreniMee from Summer huh. and up. "}li1k of Magnesia" a most invaluable Boots and toesGROCERIES excelled healthy all the year round; there $2OO,$-3.00. and $4.UO per gallon. Black
"New York usually imports from the remedy for children. "Eddy's Carbolio you can tee and be.tet*. Putnam countyhas berry and Cherry Cerdials.a pleasant drink
on the whole are as healthy when living Mediterranean about 110,000,000 oranges Baby Wash" for isle at Dr. Moragne' every variety' of land lo suit all tastes $1.80 pr
m the biger latitudes.NXABLT and a nearly equal quanty of lemons, of Drug Store Palatka Florida. tf. and pursuits suitable to a southern clime. Wiae.$ SUper gallon. Fine Old Madeira,
an invoice value of orer half a million -Ju.t' ;: r But above all her location at the head of $1.00 per gallon. English and Scotch Ale
shrewd that visits received lot real nicctothiag. for the class vessels, and and 1'
every man sterling besides a considerable quantity navigation larger orter. bottled$2.70: pr dozen. Bee-
which will be sold Est.Parkhursttf .
Palatka, rays this is a remarkably fine from the West Indict.1' cheap at her situation far enough south for the successful men Lager Beer bottled $:.70 per doien.

place a place that it bound to come up In lime the superior quality of theTlor- Do not forget that the time is near by .. .. growth of the orange and Us kind- Demijohn for LI'luou.exlra | g lions.JOc,
IJa 'Wil have this when our planters and others should not red fruit gives her a position not equaledby gallons.SOc. 2 gallons.OOc.; a; galtont,75c.' ,
and all.that. But kind words and good orange advantage over Corn any other portion of Florida Here in 6 gallons, SI.00 each.
""h", orQ build np a t WD. The value foreign fruit : Our oranges are not gath- fail turnips to look and to beets their fall can gardens.be Cabbages here in Putnam county the fruit grower ha* his A very Exieoxire, Assortment of Crockery

of Iowa( lots Increase in value every year, ered until t they are fully ripe. Foreign abundance. Now is the time grown to purchste product in market as it were, to be soldat and Glassware alwaya on band. Platen

co say (h?,owners,*bat'the' tttttneit dos fruit 'gathered before it is matured good seed at the Drug Store of .Dr: N.Mor.gne. Flour, her wharves or shipped at any lime direct Dinner sue, f50"per: dozen Breakfast.
lo all .markets east, north or west, SI.., Dt ert. $1.00 Tea 80 !
< doiea
tf cper
with this estimated value which sakes the fruit somewhat bitter
h.Pf keep pace aty in small
: /lost by day of exposure : crl\11j Cops and Saucers $1.00 per set. Covered
of town property--v4hert, iathe, point.. and acid. Quick transit from Florida to If you want a real nice traveling trunk ;' 'I, .: : i .f Ic the semi.tropical heat of the upper coup Disncs.66e.,75c.an4l (k ..acb. Tumbler

J r y 4'Wa New York enables us to put upon that go to Est C. Parkhurst tf hay V, try. So that oranges are worth twice as 6Oc..7.c.$1.00.$1 'S. and $1.|.fiO per dozen
*re i goes laded about the commtnce- market ripe fruit yellow from the trees much on the wharf at Palatka as at points Table Gobleti.tl.20$1.5I.00A:! J : ,and
went of the school. We answer that Mr. $275 will buy you a new iron framed one hundred' miles interior. Land here $hAOperdotecr. Wine Glasses.$100
and delivered in good condition. The per
Ch 'd'iek has returned from his Northern Rosewood Seven Octave Piano at Ochu Oats, except.those immediately on the river dozen. Lamp Chimney's, Sun 0 and \1 4
time is not far distant when the orange Music Rooms. 1m. have been overlooked and good orange for 25c.. B' 3 for 2 ie. Student or Ar..i'nd
"rra| d will,.no doubt make an arrange and lemons an the St. Johns river country growing lands can be had for much less Chi.neysa for 25c. Numberless article

neat for a commencement about the first will bring the handsome sum of a million I Don't buy shoddy shoes but go to Est. II lRlnMI: than even In less favored locations. If namentioned. Information' cheerfully given

November. Our school system worked dollars. I Parkhurst and gtt a pair well worth the you do not believe call and see and commune Our firm was established in 18C7. and our
lor them. If.A. with us and we will do yon good. business
money you pay reputation and facilities
well list "\.Aft and it is to be hoped that are of
A Lands are rapidly advancing in this region the highest order. We
complete assortment of Dry Goods will do all
J. BEACH Rawlstown we
there will tie no falling -off on a subject ofso Hardware nursery -oil soon for a good start. be.n orders should prom
Clothing Shoes Groceries b. Jretied
miles above .alatka has the finest coll.e QUEENS 11 ARE toJOHN"
much importance.. WE OFFER FOR SALE
Tinware Crockery, Saddlery Cutlery :
"" tion on this river of and W LINLEY
young &
41 Furniture Carpet etc., etc., for cash at oranges NO. .-For sale' in lots to suit ; 88 Co.,
As an evidence of Mr. Lilienthal's enterprise Lllienthal'j. tf. tropical plants. WILLOW WARE, TI W ARE, acres of Fine land half a mile West of Pa. (Key Box 181.) 190 KING STREET.

we mention that he has rented the latka on the Iligbt's.
Striped DeLeine 15c yard at Eat julyll'75 Jy]
Ir want the nicest and best Cassim- s. c
room ever hit store known M "Parkhnrstllajl. you rkburst tf. No. 3.-A nice* new Cottage rendenee
I." This eres. Blue l Suiting Flanpels Doeskins &c., on Lemon street in Newtown suberb-Full
hail Is literally packed with
to Est ParkbursU tf.WE .
foods of all kinds, which he rays he .Is de go '- several Ma. Bsicn.fine varieties of Rawlstown of the nursery orange: nas obtained Liquors; Tobacco; lot.No 4.-f Ml or more lots in tLe beautiful JOHN CLARK

r iermined to tell at prices ao low that have received a very handsome engraving by careful culture and some Ihat villa of Orange Springs. Situated .

layer will not fail to recognize, especially of the ThoU Hosiery i }Mills Cohoea, are superior to the ordinary orange bothas half a mile from steamboat landing or the

ceunlry merchants 'tth, can save the expense N. Y., which will be pleasing to the numerous regards lize and flavor. This new Ocklawaba river. This place i ia noted for m@Xtjffi

of a trip; by simply baying from him friends in this section of A. J. variety is attracting more than ordinary 9IG..UlSc.., the good health of inhabitants and a 3JltD
attention. Those who eontem 'ate raising very large Sulphur cprings. A fine opportunity
rates law Jacksonville and Savannah Root, Esq., a gentleman well, known and .
t u AI ,
of invalind
for colony or
this golden fruit would Jo: well to call and Which are offered at the lowest cash a COMMISSION MCICf{ INT
prices. Go aad'eee for yourself. highly appreciated by the citizens of Palat examine Mr, Beaches new variety. lie ': price. 'I. orange culture or for a Sanitarium-: !

ka. Speaking of this prominent establish has about 75,000 young seedlings and sells Country fine and lands low. Steamboat
Tax steamer Osceola, Col. Hart commanding COUNTRY PRODUCE each in
the landing day
ment the writer says : "These mills were them very cheap. pass way every
took her departure on Friday the winter season.
evening tie 8th for the St. Johns originally established by Josiah G. Root, Giro BAMS at lOc.yard at Est C. Park- NO. 5.nry desirable residence -
upper of Albany N. Y., in the 1855 Taken In exchange. AC CXT rot
year today hurst. : in the town of Palatka well located, well
howl fir up, will i be .determined by the stand among the knitting mills of Co- s Particular attention paid to order arranged and appointed "iball: 'conven- r 1 MSarannah

Jepih of water o"n Lake Haraey bar. The hoes third in order of establishment, and Ir you want a good garden go to Adam ieneies, fine oran; .. trees, &e. and" )

steamer was loaded with freight, princi in capacity, appointments and and buy Miat'. seei. : -Fr.esh supply just Notice?. No. 6.-Tw nt/-fiTe acres of fine land Eaterprut Steam;u,
appurtenance received. just opposite Palatka on the road t. the
pally for Eau Gallie, and charterd by Gen. and of'
quality goods produced, rant i 1-L Six month after date I shall presentmy ferry 3 acres oleared and in orange and Van Brunt it JJro.'t Lae of
V arum for this purpose. Dr. Moragne with the best in the United States In the CALICOES at Est C. Parklurst Cor'7c lemon trees. The **tiance for *'
accounts and vouchers lo the Judge of open a / > < f/i: .T.Ii:.cu.:.; / .
Cot. Peterman Col. per yard-fast colors.
and accompanied I860 Mr. Root admitted his well protected birth west body fw&ter.
year sons, tie County Court of l'ulg.m county Florida grove &117l'ttcket
i Hart That they'will all have a good time Messrs. A. J. and S. G. Root, into partnership 'OBITUARY. for final settlement and ask to be discharged Safe plate for lemons. <*
from tha Administration of the JFJO7--! large Spanish Grant farts "L.,
I no one doubts. and the firm name became J. G. Root .or.. "
Died in Palalka Estate of Michael C. Aagtard deceased in toll located in Putnam County. Con-
Flan October Uth
IK another column we publish an inter- & Sons, tinder which title the business was JanIe Lan, infant daughter of P. L.T875.and said county iatutate. By,order of County t..lnll8000 acres' suitable for the locationof _

cttiag sketch of the' "Tivoli Hosiery Mill*" continued until the year 18C9, when Mr. M. F. Benet aged six months and twenty Judge. September 17th 1875. a colr/ny. adadted for the raising oft !r r--- e

I ittuated on the. Mohawk River Cohoes, N.Y. Josiah G. Root retired and the style was d.ll. sl8-6nu A. BALLARD AdministratorSUBSCRIBE : trees" Ac., Well ortrtd with fine
timber, will be sold' .iKSONVILL .
":he died for Adam very cheap.No D.\
to J. O. Root' SOB, and sinned
4 sent by our friend A. J. Root, one off changed so continued We -
She lives for Jesus died" $ have for Yen t a large (f
f its princely proprietors. ppr p". The .until the formation of the present story fconse on corner of Front-.*".. .in-y;
4mpaay Sta.. opposite the Putnam *4B g for '
Root jJ.
" coming this winter_of Commodpr SE IF AD J"ERTlSE.VG'.vT*. .
'i .be-the 3.1 dsy at "' ,- :'&" -the mill r.r..t. & family 'ALVZN'GI.LL
I-' large tamil! .w
Alligator i wen eatlreljr kkreyfd by Ire. But Jo. Carleton House "is -

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sink 0.-Root's. Seas are not men who -;., t FOR THE
without are
i) Titff* : him. True Fletcher cgmes. IUJ'm toolS III F01; TIE op- )
mt t'mD 11UIUITrU :
'; down every winter and mikes his visit to paralyzed by such calamities. The sudden 4r ... .4l3Jomt \ .L".J !L. .W ..

: the Okeecbobee but for want of a larger destruction of their works with all the I'nlatlm, Flo. r n5ntautt (J.i J. ,

organization he is compelled to confine costly machinery with which they were Guest' wilt find everything for their com fOF I _..
amply supplied, and the loss of the stock fort and.eoavenience. .1 RID.
t lib opperstions ot the narrow limits of a NEW YORE; ""

V small boat down the Klssime. Come down of mannhstured goods on hand was a sever A.. ,SHALLEY, Proprietor.. i .

an.l see us asia Coma > I lore blow but diJ not demoralize them "" ''ctJ6-Cm.: :BEELA.LDr: :: \og.7-1 No i f

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: :' A large eight; page Journal printed on Palalka, E. Tla.ni : 1
fine white piper.and beautifully illnstratedC.m'ains DEALERS IX
I' 48 colom.of the choicest reading hotel it newly /rniiled tJ.r01lgl.Mt

B.ItERT powerful and popular Original and SerialStones TTTZJITT ADDITIOSAV OCJIS., TOBACCO AND
from well-known writers of ability CIGARSjI
-in each number, with from tea to fifteen A Fine BILLIARD ROOM h connection will ;RAk'sTATE: I :(
ANDQ.UARTERMAS Completed Tales.Szetehes, Essays and Po House and Guests will. find everything BAY STREET, 'I
etrr covering a wide range<< of literatureand dec5'74 ,
for their comfort. .11. JnclcHonvl11c_ .- -: i
each of the bet of lu kind ..r I Florieist >#

We shall also issue double-page illustrated mr@lrD ., PO, ':F:. Consignments Poultry Eggs..Oame. Fruits, Vegetables: ant Conntrr ProdG IGroe1'&I1" .
t : and fa.hioD page supplements, making iAviiL1fDirr{ 1 ; will receive prompt a.A careful attention. Special attention paid to fillist 4
the POST the best&i d cheapest Illa>trate< order for all kinds of goods. -. 3'
Vfefkl/publisbed."' F' #r CHARLESTON, Sj ,C, = -, nayl 3n. *

(Successors to B. M. Bur) TERMS FOB 1875 POSTAGE FREE! : P. SMITH FRANK 5)11111 t
This long established' and favorite' Lest
The POST will be to address.
any J class House, been thoroughly' renovated
Dealers i iDRY i. either singly or in clubs,as follows: Singh paibted having and newly furnished. and AGENCY SMITH & BRO S
subscribers, one copy four months, $1.00; having bad the celebrated"Artesian Water .
six months, $1.50 one 300. ,
; per year
and Baths introduced, is now open fur
GOODS.READYMADE Clubs.-Two copies, one year,post- aid, the leception of the traveling public. .
$5.00; SenD copies, one year, $1500; The Proprietors have spared neither I
Ten copies, one year, $20.00 and an additional pains nor expense in making this house COMMISSION MERCHANTS I )
CLOTHING copy ran to any one getting up the equal to any ot iU size ia the south, and I :
club. Additions may be made to clubs of trust by strict attention, to merit a share 4oot.
seven and ten at the rate of$2.00 each. ot public patronage. 'A.' D WHOLESALE DEALERS I2f tf

Specimen eopia free.
'PA LATKA FLAliy ., G50mlt lmn]] 1Itw! !( m
ACTIVE CANVASSERS WA2IFED G. T, ALFORD & Co., Proprietors. r IFm\TII lI S!9 l) 9 aJNES

BOOTS AXUSIIOESGRO&ERIES in all sections of the United State., to aUII9; tt.
whom liberal commissions will be paid in
addition toOUR R. II. Anderson. G. W.Anderson, Jr.,, i: '" : : ;. -

Jno. W. Anderson & SonsGea'l. : FLAf

One Hundred Dollars in Gold' to the \1'1..1-:
.r Agent who sends us the largest list by Sep. LOTTOJ.V JAOTORc&
tember lot 1875. :$ Your Land Without Dalaj.: W. D. BARNETT S. II KOOKER
!F Dollars in G..'.d to he Agent sendIng Commission Merchants. r :..--
wi Fifty
'::' m'crJ.Q> m i
V i) the second largest list. Car Bryan J;Draion St,. The general inquiry for valuable lands, KOOKER.TJ
I Twenty.fire Dollars Gold to the Agent good situations for settlement orange<
ending the third largest list. S\V.AXXAIGEOnGL. \. groves vegetable gardens houses and lots, -

Aal everything usually kept in a first else s If you want an agenej, send for our and position for winter residences conlinue .
circular to Agents which gives ful \GOI. Gand TIES,
Our being offered at tpeatl with amore serious intention of in
i.'or* gooJ are
particulars and sample copy r lands
vesiigating pine are more
prices to connvtad them to alL Always on hand at LOWKSTMAKKBT rater now
Address distinctly, and make Money
B\EllfcQUABTEBMAX. than ever in demand. Pleasant location
Orders Dralts aud Checks payable to the TJ Et"SMATRASSES :
and homes are eagerll.onghl. after
IMatka, FeblS ;u tf Liberal Cass adeancci made on contiynmenu !
order There 'is now a fine opportunity tor cspi-
ofWALKER, REED & CO. of Cotton and other Product. talist to purchase, build and improve withA

H. my5tffj 4'-ij Santon titrtet, PAiladclpsi Every; effort made to give satisfaction fair propect of a handsome return ,
J. ADAMS and all instructions strictly and promptly No state 1 offers more desimbleinJucemenli '

____ carried nut.. bin Fiorida; as a country for the new ;
0-- Iw Fir.fi Era&
.' ... 1. CoasignMeata.eliciled. ct"7| .60 senltT or for investment of money in agricultural mz :, ,
pursits. Our manufacturing fa
WILLIAM HCHTI, FauE.r Joaou. TAILORING.Gentlemen ciliiies are yet undeveloped but the raw .. ,

Uts of Mobile Late ot'Cedar Keys. material for that purpose is almost inexhtuiiable INGS. '.
rDICTATOR : in the natural: productions of

Win. Hurter & Co. I ard bole can now be Sited the country.

t with the latest style .f1lothiny es&UphoIstorlngto Order:r

r Any person desirous of placing their
Commission Merchants Cut or made to Ooder, lands in my bands for sale on commission (between Pin & Laura,) ,..

WITH DISPATCH. for the term of eix months or more they J
will be advertised in this column free of
Soiled Coats and Pants Cleaned cost. FLORIDA
And Wholesale Dealers In plo 2.-A tract of 40 acres on Palalk
STRICT ATTI3TIOX: TO BCCI5CSS. Heiguis full view of the towu of Palslka
at an elevation of 100 feet above the t:3i9sa
CITY POINT. Goods Good friends give us a call, being
Northern and Western We wcrk cheap for all, bed of the river. About. 200 young orange '.
Orders by Mail Promptly-Attended
VOLUSIA You will find door trees on the place. to July375-
To William us Bell's next store. NO.3-A tract of valuable unimproved I _-__. -_____ __ un _____ __ .. _,
STARLIGHT- Jacksonville, Florida land 12 miles North of Enterprise containing
r ". mayUTStf. E. A. BEAUBIAN.C. 154 51-100 acres It has two thirds of

HATTIE BARKER a mile river front bluff. C. Jbi. SMITH & SON

V. HEISS No. 4-A tract 3 mile from Jacksonville -
.I' ,
ANDHARTS o being the .w j of n w \ and n e J ofn

LINEOF UEYERENCES.Rleb.rd w} of section 10. township 2, range 27 DEALERS IN .A.
east containing 120 acres.
A. Htwells & Co. Boston No. 6-A handsome residence, two .
,. Watson l Smith Co. J M story building mod-rn style, on riverfront

Austin KimbalL \New r.v:. and one of the most desirable locations ICE FISH AND GUANO
Q anA.w. w P"OO & Paul / in town. ,
Printict & Filler, Philadelphia. NO. 6-A Spanish: Grant of about 600
JI.09'15,6m. acres, on Lake Dexter at a low price un
r imp.ore 1. Price two dollars per acre. (HART'S WHARF,)

.. $.-A Spanish Grant of 500 acres on .
North River, near St. Augustine-unim
STEAMERS.T. II. 4 H. JV lSlcopf proved. I J \TKl\\' .e FLORIDA.

; |2-A 40 acre tract on the west bank

A. HOGEUS & CO. of the river 4 miles north of Palatka.

Tis well to walk with cheerful heart, |14-A tract of 471 acres in the Are-

Wherever our fortune call, donde Grant .\laeho&COULl near Gains
Wholesale and Retail Dealers the Postoffice With a friendly glance and an open hand, Till*. .:Fi.sh c;. an6.
Bay street, near ,
word for all.
And a gentle "
18-A small plantation 4 miles Inland,
CIIOICE FAMILY 'aJ.4CKSOYVILLE Since life is a thorny and difficult path on the main road to Palalka, 80 acres; 30 ,
GUANO manufactured oo the St. Johos riTe warranted simoo
Where toil Is the portion of man, acre! cleared good fence. pare,
i r. FLORIDA. We all should.endeaTor.while passing along 19 Tract of 80 acres, 10 acres cleared, can be had at $20 per ton. _

GROCERIES.I'sovi.ions To bake it a. smooth as we can. 30 orange trees and a new house.
20-A new settlement 60 acres!, from .

.Wholesa.: and Retail Dealers In 500 to 100 young orange trees, rome about XoOsi Shad !
NEWS AND CURIOSITY rp.dlo fruit, 6 miles north of Palatka.

Flour' Good 22 land-l''KD'and pine pleasant laud, healthy 4'9 7.100acruon residence. 10E( can be bad at ell times daring the jear. FRESII SHAD fa ;'ibeddurinir

1 Confectionery t onQ I Chrystal lake.in sec 16 &; 21 t 20 r 30. Also tbe reason. *

Fruits, 1Zm iJ 0 ) 0 D tt01: 39 77.100 acres in sec 16 on the same lake. june2'75 Cm.] Q. E. SMITH & SON PALATKATl .

t Tbacco: 0 23-Lot 4 !n see 24 & n J of lots 3 & 4
in see! 25 n } ort lot Iln sec 26 t 19 r Y2
Cigars containing 102 73-100 acres with bluff on THE EQUINOX HOUSE CHARLESTON .& FLORID

Etc., Etc. Oils, Glass, Varnishes, PAL.ITKA : : : FLORIDA St. Johns River MANCHESTER STEAM PACKET CO.

24 Three acres of wild orange trees on VERMONTOPEN
Ocean street, neat: R7f;(Hofg's Block,) -0o C1IA.XGE OF SCHEDULE
: n w J of s e I of sec 3 118 r 29 containing FROM JUNE TO OCTOBER.
Jacksonville. Fla. 39 fH-I 00 acres.25NeflotI.
a Tourists vmting Palatka Fli..:will fine
2 in see IS 116 r 28
BKUSIIES, GLUES, PU1TY & all the latest New York D..iI,1'a era and I THE PUTNAM HOUSE.
bO 63.100 and has of
cintaining: acres t an
( Orders from the country wit be filled Novels on hand at Ilctss' News Depot and t
acre of wild orange trees
:J\| promptly. at very low rates. fjan9 dm SO-On Julinpton Creek lot 5 and e } OPEN_ PALATKA FLA.
mm :sZ3 of lot Sin sec 23 t 4 r 27 containing 52 .5-
MBTAL1CBURIAL\ 100 acres Address Jlman or t telegraph,

Papers mailed any point on:L John's SJT'-On Indian River lot 7 in see: t 18 F. H. ORVIS,
liver. Has on hand a fine selection of 34 containing acres. at
CASES r Manchester from April 20toOctober20t>>
!{ ,
CrOSeIIC S-38 acres on Indian River lot 2 in : '
The .
at Palatka from October 20 to April 20. splendid X.Y buHrstdewheel steamer
-.1ND- FLORIDA CURIOSITIES. see 121 26 r 36.nTract .

AH orders will be thankfully received, 4030.100 acres In see 16 t Junel275m6.Dr. .. DICTATOR
Wood Coffins and meet with prompt attention. Give hima 12 r 27 has I 5 acres cleared. ,
call oct 4'74 tf. 30trAct of 320 acres good land 9 PLEAS ANS Captain VOGEL
and miles from Ocala or Silver Spring on theR. Will until further Detice.lea..Charleston
Pratt' celebrated Radiant Kerosene
R, roule.31A DENTISTPALATKA very Tjesday: evening, and Savannah'every
,saw A.tralOils. by the! barrel case or can al- -
#.. jMetropolitanUotelJACKSONVILLE very desirable plantation of 160 Wednesday afternoon for Fernaadlns
of all the above
hand. Our
l .llloa cleared land with two FLORIDA.
; acres a tuperior Jacksonville, Palatka and Intermediate
..j\ i: MS goods. is very complete and prices puarnteed story home situated on Little Orange Lake landing, +1

-'. fully as low, as in Savannah' orharleston. FLA. 5) orange!!; trees just beginning to bear and Is prepared to perform all operations! P.ETUKXLVG:
-. .- dec 1'RALL'ESTOWN A 100 3 year old seedlings ; to be had at a the Mouth and Teeih. Artificial Teeth Willleftte PaUtka
Your attention is respectfully called to bargain. the owner has more land than from one to an entire sett, furnished, on and Jacksonville every Thursday evening
4 OF A.LL SIZES AND .QUALITIES the above house as a first-clars Hotel in be can cultivate. Gold, Phtina, or other material, in the to suit the tide Fernandina every riday morning
every respect. Constructed of brick and of land 3 miles from Pal best manner mayStfJNO same day,
LtIr..n4 in
arriving Savannah!
GenCIen.an Robes, !and Charleston
throughout, the rooms are < ,
NURSERIES entirely new every
alka 200 acre, with 3-i acres under enlfiration. Saturday.Tuaouog .
Enbalming done when require large airy, neatly furnished and ample
200: orange: trees 4 & 5eu. old &
AIM. Marble and Marbleized I TUBES MILES ABOTB means afforded for bating. Is located in a order. TICKETS ASO itts or LADSOt
buildings!, in good ,
Slate Mantles. pleasant portion of the city near the post small Laurel street, TO XIW, TOBK. PuuAI.LLP0IA.
I PALATKA. FLORIDA 37 -A cottage on .
Slate Hearths, &C., Ac., BAlTlMOat.
office steamboat llndings and other public c. ,
40( trees the SDRIGGSfiEAlKK
for sale cheap orange on These
rede..rder' and for 81. by Consisting of places. connect with Florida R.
a 1 r. 1 Orange trees Sweet 'All the'beds have the celebrated Tucker place. A of 300 trees IS Rat Fernandina. Jacksonville, p.nsacoU
ftafcr/JY 38- orange grove .t Mobile
DAle seedlings, ') in in addition young Railroad at Jacksonville, Bi.! 3
range variety springs t) superior matlreoes the eat bank of the river one J mile John aairoac1
budded on sweet stocks, Lomont, Limes, The Reading Room is well supplied with on from town. J mile river Root, 40 acres of China, Crockery, Glass, Wood with *i Tocoi for 8t Augustine r
Fer'ythStreetbetweenLftarand HogansJACKSONVILLE Grape Fruit lilood Shaddocks, be current literature of the ouniry.wi.ile steamers at Palatka for Mellonville!
land with dwelling, barn and other out
AND WILLOVMVARE.Kerosene Enterprise and
Banannas, Gnavas, Figs, he Billiard Room is the largest and fine.t elstern.OO. the upper st. John. aT ,,
and cement
; FL.V. bou!'fs a with steamers for
Peaches Grapes, In in this ceetfon of the South. tbtOeklawaha river.
OnSt Johns river tcferino; ,....11. L. Hart or Herald 1 Of. variety The tables are supplied with meats. 4c Palatka-, 7 acres. New house 150 orange Lamps CbaDdeliers,15rack.ets For freight B. or passsf apply to

Ain. jan9'75-ly .AppleaPursQuioe. grafted the Ilaw, from the North and we hav all the vegetables tre' very de-irable place. Laaterui, Water-Coolers, aog9 tf- J. ADAMS Agent.
Apricots Plums,Cherries grafted and delicacies which the Northern 40-A tract of land due West from Palatka Florid

on wild stocks. and Pouthtrnniarkeis afford. Palmk. unimproved, 40 acres, one and a KEADZIESCELEBRATED FILTERSMason's
Ra es of Board $3.00 per day ; liberal .. .. .
IS- Stndfor Price LitL Address haIr mile from te. Porcelain '
terms will be made to ;
panics wishing to A .ent-uilt dwelling with S rooms .
4 | -
A. J. BRjrn .V cON.irOIZ ngage; rooms by the mouth or entire sea comfortable out Louses a pleasant Kit sealing Fruit
o. L. and lined-top Jarsjlogeri,
KEENE s4t14 E. sou. street. Hussey $ ;floictlea.
I second
situation on :
The proprietor assures the public that Smith & Cc's Silver Plated Ware, < ,

11&41.1. IxMILLINERY no pains will be spared to make their stay I ,1, #.
I Table and Pocket.
A Louse with foarjrooms on U>ck 27 comfortable and pleasant. .heal Estate Ag-t. Cullerj
FANCY situated in pit tt part of the town. Hoping to obtain a liberal share of your Land and Birdseed .
..,. I remain Bird-cages ,
,. This plan bal CDui*'forty-five young or- patronage yours respectfully.novl7tf. -
cage trees from three to five years old. .] T. B. TOO\I, Proprietor. Prepare! ocking Bird Food a general "JOBBERS.

Apply to General Agency of assortment of f. :. ..- .tI ,J
W. ll.Jcxxixas.

'l l -y23'mX-.- Palatka Florida. JOB WORK FIRE ill) UK IHSDMCI.Representing Honrs-Furnishicg Uoardinf.-llouses Goods., Hotels, ,. .

w J PROF., J. E FREEMAN'S .,.- ( Fire Insurance.) lestauranU and Bars fnrD JaecJ. Orders !B1D Tg t 1& I MMBS( !t ,

bj mail prompts! attended
Fla. ." ; .'
.. JIck.ouilk, :: of Hartford.
Barber Shop, /Etna, French China Tea Eeti, 56 pieces $18.00

f Colombo Ga. Stone China Tea Sets,5C pieces 8.00
Tort Ful l B Homo
reteivb from New a Georgia ,
i*mitt Stone China Dinner Stls. 83 pieces

,1.r',i: ff.rtlUeDt. of styles tbeaVove-named sad fashions.Also OooJj.u.wryUtesi I.. I. Togo J 'i>rti LA itA.mz )- N} gIy Exe l uuV1\ thtt Dh alM Combined Capital Eight Million Dollars. Stone China Chaobar: Si.' 10 pi* .s 20.00 6.50 .

.. '- Stone China Chamber
assortment or .... ,lntl1. And the Sstsdesortted, -f.
a, fine -. I IIDanJ'j 12 pieces 16,00 .. -. ..-- .._._ ... _. L.,

Where 1" en bare a.l branedy or the "ills l C.C. Chamber Sets, 7 't
few pieces
4- io MB 2,50.
yld tY To..orial art any "Ire d"tred O
d- 1.w .es
'u.icIiJar aitentiea paid i 0 cutiicjt[ r 7 Reed's Block,Bay St.,
t? ,Lla b.. .S-i a.f'r e.- .11.. and Cb dzc.DI J1&it R..or .b. I .f Mobile, AU. Capital F500.603TdIi JACKSONVILLE FLA CIGARS.ljsr .
.J. .'.'.;; tl-
e.at y. ,, ,i.arrl ijr .. Tlalq O.t .137-tf and Tfte-*-Tfl. Cigars far sals by
t.wr ( no. iC. in:i T9 : m jQ >;.1, aDaua

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