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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 23, 1875
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Palatka (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Putnam County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Putnam -- Palatka
Coordinates: 29.647731 x -81.651259 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
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: UF00086615:00008
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Succeeded by: Palatka herald

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-o I f )w. .t fi HE r.'. .J'to-R-A L D ;! .ended promisin in?nothu.' .4*'*-detectives dike1fbut i get it always-credit throb ed swept of joy fact, the by silken a shadowy hangings hand seeii, and GREAT: o' INDUCEMt: TS : I 1R1J1TADAMS; ,

} -n- for much morfneral cleverness than he saw sitting just within shern,looking *- ,

r : t ;'.,: :r1a)1:: F !t'bSCRIPTION.tt' they deserve. here: i i. only now and just as in i life, the murdered man, .. r"'\ AGENT FOR.STEAMERS,

/ .. 1' nnum, (hi: a4-wince,) : s : $vt 00 then a thorouf expert in the profession Fred Lcslraqgel lIe neither.spoke nor ,. &,..j

X Moit1 ', : '.'s : : 1 : 200 *, The be: detectives, after all, moved, but one hand seemed to guard f
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are often the cn'minals; themselves,who Louise and one was stretched as in
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.. ...: in their xcef,'TO caution sometimes warning: toward that wretched intruder. ,-
:vftisements trill be well displayed stood with his under
;A J overreach thv. selves or neglect: the Cornell Realf

: t"i.1, : 53..Tiicuousiy inserted in the lliRAio smallest trifle in their regard for the dropped as though death had struck p. ,
jhe following rates. *. him then his knees began: to quake] 4.THE a
matter
greater ;
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of
: ,. JTetquAre f occupying the space I ten .
Brevier lin 9* leN) I insertion$1Sr 60 Among the .'w whom the young/ and and he sank: upon them, extending I his LARGEST

,'r ever]fubaeqaenl insertion, 75c beautiful wide received in her retirement hand in supplication. ,

,was hex,rho had stayed by her 'Leave me and I will confess onlygo DICTATOR

.f7lOW mE 1WE) Brit CONFESa.t through thost2>rrible hours after her and I will confess all," ho moaned .
'f. .. silken curtain fell :and Louise \,..' CITY POINT.
'. husband's deaf ., Cornell U alf. The The > -
w.... J ; BT HELEN COBWIX 1'IEBCE. acquaintance begun under such tragic stood beside him still in her .!traog! VOLUSIA

circumstances ripened gradually into wedding robes. J*
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/ ; rr "Dead! No, no; it cannot be. Why, something! warmer than friendship 'Confess, Cornell," she said, in low,, SELECTED STARLIGHT,

"' :' were only married yesterday. Who elCD, or it seemed ;o. }:For after remaining stern tones, '-yoa murdered him," HATTIE BARKER

: ; ild kill my husband disconsolate three Mrs "Yes," the man shuddered. .
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4. '\ ..' ''- he speaker, a tall, slender girl, in a Lestrange consented to years Cornell "Why?" # ..,\ \, AND
marry
4 'psi ea traveling dress, rose from her seat }
y Realf.. "Because he was: spur husband.: I
.. '*-A; if the cars, with evidently little cot She did not, however put off her'1 I loved you before he cver saw**you. I

; .r j bcnsioa of the cruel truth, from the mourning, which she had continued t tOj was a poor man,3ndcou'1d only-worship, ,, AND CHEAPES
dark ,
bf.her magnificent -' 4
't. :e&rc8sion eyes .
I afar off': I coihd'not'a'ddress A
I wear, at, once, and there was a genteel you yni .
\: au a. wentottt to the.platform.. gravity in her manner of receiving the [ could not so itf&ch as kiss the hem of J, t .

.. ,. ,9_* '. jThe cars had stopped for five minutes raptures of her, Jover that made him your robe. And then, one day, fortune i

:' */. atra little way station, and her young sometimes lip with disco. turned propitious. I was :a rich masuddenly
"gnaw'his i ..,
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her instant
to
t r h&sbandjbad: : left an gel But when I*
unexpectedly.
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j .. :f *>;ws w'ater.: He was a splendid tent.This that morning to i
Cornell Rcalf woud! have impressed sought you, you were

... .' ":. looking' follow, and more than ooe pair jou as a cool, slow! -tempere be married to* him. I rollo\1'edy 1 STOCK -OF GOOD

:: ..'..w. had followed, him Its and he darted uan, seen at common times; but i in was on the same train, in the same car,

.. .E- the station platform dis.pcd :- Louisejjestnrbge's: presence he became I went out before he did, at every station
within appearing almost instaally -
1 I shot him
chance.
% tics: imagi watching my
That eager, re* *, nervous beyond
at the oor. moment
: > again ) the from that buttonwood tree just as was. .
That he loved
shot struck him Fning. passionately ... .. .
r .: ,leas his last A plstol- beautiful wo&an who had promised I to"be thought SI the time. Then I descended ..
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$ in the center of his white fore
sight could doubt so swiftly, and mingled so unconcernedly
his wife, no one seeing
thcad and he fell without a
t : cry. crowd thatno
excited
with the
how his check glowed when she drew ,
; ".: *' I Some one,.rashly enough, and wit] near, how his eye flashed at a kildly one suspected me." NOW OPEN ATCash
11 urted the
'e'Sjafashadow of 'warning,
As he ceased h"o. met
y word from her. lIe never more than speaking, ,
..!*. fatal truth in the cars of the young, kissed her hand.: She kept him at remarkable officers of the law, who had been con
*" who sat reading, and who only
wife\ forward and
distance,If she loved him. cealed in the room, came
lifted her beautiful eyes from the paper, As the wedding day approached, the took him in charge lIe made not the .
'' 'at'the noise of the explosion. Only ; r ".
faintest resistance only casting, now V
gravity one of these faces: deepened 00
upon ,
when the pitiful, swift-gathered crowd
iiueawi'sMores
toward
to sternness almost t; that of the and then, shuddering glances
'. parted right and left at her approach, with the bed. ..
other haggard as anxiety.
'. showed her the terrible grew
and
,,- corpse Louise said this
"Wait moment
to be married at one ,
quietly .
They were ..
." with its face turned from hcrdid, .
N lying and, pale us marble, lit'ed f : :
the Hollow, as Fred Lestrange named captor, ..
f ;L any comprehension of the reality seem the lovely place he prepared and ador the silken curtain again. "It'is only .
to reach her dazed senses. Not then,
ned for his bride, and to remain thereafter wax," she !said. "I have vaguely sus
till, with a little, sharp loving cry of time Cornell Realf
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the No bridal tour pected you along ,
ceremony.
.' FrodI"] she his side,
Why sprang't8
I had occasional
] Louise Lestrange shrank though only an !
was planned. !
and bent to touch his face.
: from such a thing with ahuddet ng.and change of color, a tremor in your voice
Heaven her. The fight seemed! ; DRY GOODS.
help
.. although Cornell Realf seemed equally] the quiver of u eyelid to found suspi-

.-, t Ito turn her>, to stone' as she knelt. to )loathe: remaining at the Hollow, the i piciou on. Absurd the idea seemed .... ,
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** He was site dead-dead so and .: .
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B whenJST will of his beautiful love was: 1 law furL at first, it grew, day after day. Bat I READYMADE CLOTHINGHATS
that the smile he .
denly wore '" '
: him. could get hold of nothing that would
: I left hc:eeeieed still to linger on have been of value in the of the j'
eyes
Mrs Lestrange was a very peculiar .
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,' ps. : rotnan. The biidaLchainber which law: try as 1 would Finally)) I fell upon ,1.. CAPS, FUR.SISHIXG'GOQDS, .
clew to tl1 t! 0 ,
::r. Theresas absolutely no mOil C -'
the murdered man had prepared: for his this plan of frightening confession from j11'c
.. beemed
P assassin, though at first it itt
bride, And which she had never beheld ;ou. I caused: this faithful representation '
for him to The shot I BOOTS AX) SIJOEGROCERIES.'
\ possible from the escape.direction of the till after his death, had remained all of my murdered love to be made .. J;: ,... ... ..
had e
.' .. 1: come fired the roof, at.. theeo years jus tf as she found it on coii- and secretly) conveyed hither. Then ;I .;1 4-L-L.: s P'S ...... '--
seemingly over -
... cars, in that lug to the Hollow, with all its 'parD'rh.eroa.lI:1 so far martyred the holiest fcefing i of "t1--
least most seemed to agree conclusion Pa1atka F14rias
buttonwood : of snow, its costly lace, and my soul! as to go through the face cf ,
: and there large -
t was a
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satin Rcalf bad marrying to make the experiment | 0"
few fiom the draperies. Cornell- : you, ,
; tree standing a steps
'i whose branches the mur seen it once, and had shrunk from the more impressive, the more surely succeslfuT I
.. : track, among i the 'of the I am not wife. The man
But tight; as though ghost man your
darer have bc "' t if, so Ve might mustliave descended the instant whose place he was so eager to fill, had who read the marriage ceremony was i\EW IMPOllTINcoKUG\: STORE.AT mjl You will remember J
minister.
looked at him from the midst of the not a
fired and made off
s't t the shot was ,
sheeny silken hagings. that I, insisted upon sending Jpr one AXD&ETAIL.
the WHOLESALE .
Itf in
with remarkable speed. ,
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frl w11omI'c lrci old acquaintance. It r
; The pair were married in the morn an V -
night time, however The station was rlr V I > '. in first class .-.
i for the sale of deceiving ou Lad everything usually kept a
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l The bride in whimsical rom, jtj was only }
f htedand its surroundings ing. NE\V Importing House o'UlY, STREET few door
not very well lie i ,Drug is now being opened a tore. Our goods are being offered tt Y
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.. were obscure and unsettled en'jughtofurnish would seem, persisted in donning the That is all. Take )him away! she A.f below.'the ;U o qlI.p1gr., JACKSONVILLE, Fl/ *. bj prices to commend them to all. ..

iolerabloclearflsd l (lor this very rubes she had worn at her first .1 concluded,:falling upon Ler kotes: re- : 1!\EIt_& QUARTERMAN.
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e bridal. They were somewhat' jelloWJ, ide the lob faithful image ot''h !lost .. .' '" ,. .r.latka. FebI3' tffiA -
whoever
he .
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from was.
fugitive justice widowed, bride lifted from lying, she said with an odd smile, i love. *'I have avenged jon, uy daring :f}, Q, W &o ,JaF ....
When the poor she murmured "at last!" r ROGERS & CO
when the bridegroom pale at the 1
the face ol her :; grew
from
her stony gue bight of her, but she should not miad The murderer never opened his lips. \\"b'o will keep constantly on hand pure English, French and German Drugs Medicines, 4

dead young husban! : |,evcrybod: :of seapitdjfooj ,doing that if he did not. And Cornell Realf The first shock had been too much for Cheaidutl': rfuD1erl' with all ti!}late, Domestic preparations of the day. ;15'heleaale and Retail. Dealers Ia of

trior-tfcienWo thigh stammered which him the second, or both, teemed to \," > **. *
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for her addressing something reply EVERYRTICLE GUARANTEED AND SOLD AT TIlE LOWEST CASH PRICE.
anything or even have bereft him offense He '
she interpreted ,for approval. entirely. i CHOICE !
.. her. been The day was one of ectasy, of rapture was never himself again. MANUFACTURERS OF THE "FLORIDA PINE TAR COUGH SYRUP." 4.GiR FAMILtiI
delayedronbdcfably.oer
The.cars"had already" ."
He the form of trial
went
through a
wh'ca 1 the conductor to the newly wedded husband. lIe eat ; Combined: with the "UquiJamber StyracifluV ire Sweet Gum, which forms
.tjmoj or na one, OtC E R-IE S.
called out at th3 feet of his beautiful wife, with but tbovgh there was no doubt $(;bis of the best "Pulmonic Syrups ever used ii' relieves Coughs, Sore Cheat, Weakness, ..! .

: we're behind hcr hand in his, and Louise suffered guilt; and his sanity at the time, he Hemorrhage, Asthma, Bronchitis &c, :io possibe harm can result! from Its use, sPjovisieni ".

"All aboard" gentlemen, the light of her magnificent dark eyes was never hanged. Instead, he was b Ding a'-Syrup of Gums." *, '. rt
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time now. to dwell on him unshadowed. She was sent to c mad-house, and died here Special attention given to the Prescription Department at nil hours of the dsy and Flour, .
All the,erowd'tore'itselt away Who nigh by the most competent and reliable Pharmacist Pills gilded with a peculiar 1" .
could afford to atop over even under very pale, but gentle and kind. A CoJuncsDABtKCnABtTT.::Tbe Southern gold or silver powder made in Prance for that purposewhieh..dtprives them of all unpleasant ',; Confectionery, \ .' ," ,
? It red that here were no guests, so they were taste and odor without impairing their efficacy in thtleaattji r Fruits It .
circumstances
'such appe Association for the Benefit of the Widow
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middle undisturbed. Medicine Chest furnished and replenished with care and accuracj Bort notice. i -.' Tobacco $* '
rather stout
A .
one: man could. Association for the Southern States Also hand Parisian Ornaments, Parlor and Toilet LutnHl ,. .
well At evening the stately and handsome on Fancy ( ), Genuine Extracts ... Cigars' t ..
vgcd gentleman he was, even blazed with and' has contributed to the Southern ,Orphans' Soaps &c., bought at6-3 )Rue'$t. Ann, Pans. :
handsomely dressed, and possessing ,a drawing rooms old light, Education: Aatsociation of Williamsburg, All orders from a distance promptly filled. Thirty years, experience (and baring .. Etc., Etc.
A rather countenance the bride looking like some pictere fbr seventeen of that time given personal attention to the and '
but agreeable year purchase importation :
peculiar Ya., a sufficient sum (with a *% outside Ocean street, near Day (hoses Block,)
of its frame of at
stepped out gold, sat of drugs, jp. from England and France) warrants the belief that entire satisfaction "
i /had- remonstrated with-tKe con- the grand harp which occupied a corn"r aid) to educate twelve bo /ree. of chargeat will be given to all who may favor us with their kind attention. Jacksonville... Fla. I
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lIe he of the room, and swept the strings William and Mary Col .i. whose fathers NovS'74-tf. J. I. GRIFFIN, & CO., Druggists, Jacksonville, FlaN. \
e ,jcminding,him that :might"bytliu .
Uuctor
; Confederate Qricri from the country will be filled
be assisting the with fingers that were lily white, and : were lost in tt e eertice. The ------ --

murderer precipitancy to escape. Besides he wa: seemed to hold a something of weird I bojs are from the counties Flail, urrj,, MORAGHE M. promptly at very low rates. :(fjan9'- 6m

coroner'a magic in her touch. Bedford, Buckingham, Louisa, Albemarlei\ H. D. _
+ bound to trait the inquest. i
.. Bat the conductor scarcely listened At ten o'clock she left him, lingering Sussex, Southampton and Elizabeth; fl'ty 0. L. KEENE,

6> him. Dc: pat off< his trunks' and a moment beside him in the soft and the cities of Richmond \nd tern WHOLESALE A D RET ILa .

those of the murdered man, the engine blaze, as if to show him what imperial I burg, Vs., ,and from Berkley .county, W. DxiLca .IX .. 1..4.... "


t f. *"whistled:- The stranger, ;and they and were the away.to fctrangely, !in lovchnes his! swart! was cheek hers., his The eyes color glowed leaped as Va.Three. things were observed in the se'ec- :pEt.: TJ GGr .:X: ST. ;
widowed bride were left with the Mead they rested an instant on flowing curls: tion of these boys : First, their needy circumstances I r .

"t man. and velvet cheeks, OB damask lips, and ; second, the recommendation '.$.. AND DEALER IN \YD- -.1
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There was an inquest as sooa..as the the luxuriousloveliness that perfect of former teachers as to their good character -
? at which the form: lIe would Ii avec1asped her in their and, CHEMICALS
coroner could> be b'ronghl ; and third, as to capacity DRUGS OILS "
witnessed l w rlhe few loungcrs his arms but she glided from him, willingness to receive a college education,, rn OODS
-principal at the station at the time the deed bidding 1.5m follow soon. Her little and who would not abuse the charity .offered m ID II (C1 11 :)! m 9 it lF U"Wmrnm q5EEsS-: 'j

maid would come for him. CIGAHS

was done. CornelliRealfhe Her maid was but a child, & slender, them. -.-.- -_, p.J.Fi'rs :

}Meanwhile. called the bnse1f-had stranger- taken fairy-like creature. She came for him Two MILLIOX TO& THE AnT 4SC&JUST or fI/I/II"1RE! LIQ VORS FOR HEJUCAL PURPOSES.Pure .: Jucl&Htillt. Fl1t ..

man's wife under his presently. lIe obeyed the guidance of EDCCATIOS ix AMCKICA,-The lion. R. C. .

the murdered the pretty child eagerly, but when she Winthrop, ex-Oov. Aiken, Chief Justice just received from New York a Fat

direct charge and tender had attendance.found the stopped at the door> of that chamber Waite, Bishop VThipple. lion. Wale M. GrdeD... se ads, c cc. dOc lIAS of tne Vote-named and fashions.Goods ;j J
;Irs. Letraobe-he the latest styles
which Fred had fitted for Richard of very .
Lestrange tarts; Gen. Taylor Surgeon- .
he said-yielded: ofLadles'
the trunks fine assortment
pane on Also a
his mechanically) and he, Ait bride, this eager bridegroom stop General Darnes, lion. Samuel Watson and : =: --

to guidance as though; a cold hand had been Messrs. S. Wetmore and G. Peabody Russell d
font and-puifil t '
her d Glores
watched a Kid
as
over Gents
and
I on his shoulder, and stood shuddering the majority of the trustees of the
and Genuine
have Chemicals'
Wight Ao e.
tooter Drugs
11 hen excrythiDg; connected with 'from head to foot. Teabody educational fund, met ia the My stock bating been purchased so recently 1
done with he The little maid was innocence itself. Fifth-avenue Hotel.New York, on Wednes ". J ifv admits of being< sold at exceedingly
this sad business was .
conducted her to her husband's home, She opened the door softly I and turning day. After the meeting, the secretary, 1 > low. CALL AND SEE. an77l ly.

still with that} respectful, almost revcr-- Not, left him upon the,'threshold.here?" Cornell )Ir. G. Peabody Russell, said: "Our expenses ; .Will be kept constantly en hand, together with a FULL STOCK of the SUBSCRIBE j
here
surely not
cntiarair, and bade her good-by. have never exceeded the interest .
her bus. Realf uttered, in a ghastly whisper, as PREPARATIONS OF '
Louise Lcstrangc came by yieli by the two millions of dollars that CELEBRATED
he the door and stared
caught at post
band's death the rtjirSsor great wealth I \Ir. Peabody intrusted to ;is. We. are,

.. Young, beautiful, rWlt it would scarce into"Did the twilight rcom.Cornell?" said a however, permitted to us. lt'are, however JOHN WYETH & BROTHER. ....-
speak,
ly seem that the world could have lost you permitted by the trust deed to us* ..':.' -1<
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,oicc from the heart. *
remulousswcgt ,
all attraction for.ber; but she withdrew fifteen per cent, of the principal should 2 J"j* ; 'rttotlon or" roii TII1: ':.,'
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herself enJjwJy from it, and persisted I of the almnesj. ._. .- t To theafsortme'nt ofwhich, I would call the especial Physiciansgenerally. ., .
the Interest U be ,
r.rpduced by inadequate "
aB look a step forward: .and.came. in *" *" in this withdnwl. nSworthebed'tvithItaldraperres of to our need. At the end"f thirty years, .. d. .. "o. .
devoted tine !
secretly, she teas, -
Quietly two million
seven of which are expireJ.the *,

') absorbing fctliat33cawifdTf idea, the discovery murder of thpcrpctratvr bee"Over and oncMscf-cdged snow. pillowj'andjaown willIe irlded? twtrtfcirds going to, edits*j' Palatlca: -., -,.':- : : *. Hlorffla.;; ,-

4. the pUnfcovef 111 flowid a mass ofloagiqack cation"a!jn"stmiions'3n'; jitu,.a'nJ the .. ..... ..... .> : n.
Agentt, ac ii paid byLbcrtsrcre.lltii! !'Qgl) ami 'the soft dark of remainder similar estahlithmeatauTt&e .t--'e' <'.** -' '( 't. .. ...... r. .. : j'o LD'
the smallest particft) : cyrh, eyes ... m f .1 '
grab, by grain, toward the, Locise gleamed up at him like stars. Norti, and the responsibility of thetinv4. assffl31areh .: .lt1!:!! m -

of evidence which pointed tomcthins But e\cn as hif heart gave one tnH1 1 ICS wU Iud" 17, if GV- tf.
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( of the lake. I And Sunda iatorme i wort tit K t fif liDroathcvy AmI iY5)1" ,

-'::- -- + the fall of had already nlknnenced on Ih Jk ad wblehle '
I 28 Keo area
K.1r ftORIDA, a party on aj expected to have finished In e e ---- ) .' 'ne York.Opp. I FAlL TAD\.,
= __.::::.-- j opalab i and : months.-Union. Being; nowFOE prepay 'the : of
-, -OCTOBER 23, ; I Vith C. C. 1--- ( Metropolitan Hot 1.) I 1876. I wis' +e aution of
merchants ter
r to t..Iock
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in sectioning M. H. Rogero & Co. XAXCFACTCBEBS, IXrOBTEES: 4 DEALEES 15CI1R03IOS& e :i
28 & 29 E. '11I CILIA 4 '
be production of"ugar in ) around Orlan FRAMES
a tbe Givnion 1ews, is rapid/) b. 1AR1'Q6S' :,00AY.Vt .ASSES I IJTSD
Ciunty.)
"u important branch of trade, and ( STEREOSCOPES & VIEWS,
of the
:* York and Baltimore taking waters 1CEROS FOODS. J Pdi% .
*w exterior boun JiBTO tUTBOSCOPESL ul SnilllK T1IVS.
n. tcare a large portion of the

ft'l c D&rol.1.u\irt.l\ ly. Tl&er.it. no>> pka an lake extensive, and i mmir.! MmW Photographic Mnt rlals. -, 1- ...If'.4REI'C.. '.. 4.
f.iJ&mIl f Mexico P. A ,
( Ibe t*pcity of the Oek PTOALE, I great part ofi''t'r" rteddirtet/ro Errept
ply all8o.t'&Dl1litaUt fit the W..re Headquarters for everything in Besides staple goods, I keep always a large
( Dos, Eustice, the way of Manufacturer of stock of
grades of augur and tare jdy U i

JiAod .Leo it will compel with the no( settlements Sterecptlccns and Magic Lanterns, Dn nSafc/BlMs i &cf &C.BUILDERS' C. French Chic asd Cut .acs. f ,
Manufactures of the
Being
.article.
of Lake Mon I Dealer in My thorough knowledge of the business
Scientific Lantern
---- -- ; and Micro BAI DWARF acquired<< by an experience of over Twenty

EMIOKATIOX UTe TEXJ.- Fort Reid, and And Dealers In SteroPanopticon: P4UNTS, OXI.Sc., Years, enables me to buy at the lowest figures
yrarekded September 1, JH73. the and; consequently to sell at prices on
: which University Stercoption
.d..ulle emigration lat,. "TTexas for U 25 Sole Agent for "* which the retailer can realize a hand' ae

settlement was 62,808 Adtertiser'a Ster .option, n. 5ri ul live feat ft profit.

nitnent These' persons took into tbeStale nl to tbe re ;-.., Artopticon, n. Gmt .Ia pas fill Iriiriulcr CW Wm. L. WEBB,

of tasious kinds, amounting in ... Sandford to Or. School Lantern .Cij s Ixlis Wtiir f*. 129 Jtettixf Strttt, CHAKLESTOy Ifcr

not les ban four million dollar mitVett the head wa of DRY GOOProvisions Family Lantern, People's Lantern. Send for Prices.orriCE &a121'1&1= v

d tione. this, there wn an that Each style being the best of its class in AID WAEEBOOXS, .
1'.. foreign 04IBtrie' amounting to 'j j have taken the market. Nos.20& 22 Hay ne and 33 A 35 PiackneySU
I
i'
..H8WJ. Texas eer since the war with the: Catalogues of Lanterns and Slides with FACTORY YARDS,

KPI' such in need tf labor, and 'i j ji I, have. of been any directions for using sent on application. Ashley River, West End Broad St., tR. I I ITu0t

b.i been lit<' inducements held oat !j' iij eatirfriiiif nu 01 Bitt notfj silk t lagw LwtffitSfCut CHARLES ro\ s* c.

",,.*, bat Hess, unui! recently, bate ,| success upcn out this advertisement for ref- sep23'i5.1y.NEW .
portiea ->fj
taken but Uttlc antics of., i crenee.-a oct2'75: --
j YORK

for a much

instance that NEW LINE

: ., too.by parties! ANDFERXAXDIXA J. ADAMS

since the GROCERIES ,

; but as I do
TO THELpper
?, I will not
give you one RECEIVING,

know. STEAMSHIP LINE,
St. Johns
of John P. Grain Hay
FOItWA R DIN'G.
on Lake Mon .
e as be told .d f si .* 1
Tai JEW AiD COXrOKTABLK STEAMER
two and 1'0
AND GENERAL
settled upon an LZQUC>B.
HUNTSVILLE
now regard t-
'
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palmetto>> land

Lake Monroe, COMMISSION
CAPT. CHESTER.MONTGOMERY. MERCHANT;
resided, and
; has educated AND L.OL.I.IE BOY ,

considerable
his place re W. A. SHAW Master, PALATKA, FLORIDA.

( thousand Ceneral Produce CAPT. FAIRCLOTHs
;

i I (1'. Vaughn who Isplactd permanently on tbe! route and will
leave JACKSONVILLE, from Salary's wharf These steamers sail from New YorkPier
A. He settled every THITRSDAT morning at 'J o'clock, for 2, North River and from Ftrnandina Railroad -0-
of l.nJ na- Palatka Florida. SALT LAKK, LAKE HAS.SET: LAKE Jrsscr, Wharf.Sails .
Act. & 1811. EXTEBFKUE, MELLOSVILL, VOLISIA, WE from Fernandina .
on Wednesdays.Sails
worth tAEAP ALATKA,ToCOtOallsCove raixaand ..
between from New York on
Thursdays.
all! the intermediate landings on tbe
dollars now. I -.. St. Johes river. For freight or passage: apply to ALSO DEALER IN'GROCERIES

j grove in The LOLLIE DOT connects at PALATKA 1IERM OELPCKE, Agent,
aUILDa aD l.u.e.1Souhero ..' .' with the steamer LIZZIE BALsa from SAT
( ) recently for ; .
., 5 William si., New orkOr *
Florida ai nCnbtnd i AXSAH, and CUT I'otxr from CUAKLESTOX. -
mi-tioa Las led to (be manufacture i Leave PALATKA THCBSDAT night.returning W. WOODriTARU, JIRY GOODS
ties. and preserves on a large scale t gives to the 00,000 PoundsOF will leave PALATKA every MOSDAT for Representing CHARTER & KINO, Agents.Fernandin .
particularly on Jack onville at 7 a m F ,
*,
year a shipment of 8,000 high value. It For Freight Passage,having luperior.ccommotl.lioD.
rail! to lie that will lead to other exchanges. daring tbe U. R. TEASDALE. Proprietor Only One Dallal)
in East
fin crop of peas, beans, cucumbers; in Floridatbe may lG'73-tf. Palatkn Fla. &\ W4 &,

potatoes and other vegetables dia,0 i as of inferior Savanna! te
Weekly MOME
)March and grape are ripe in June. on the road

early maturity has found Us market after VANILLA WANTED, Will t>e sent to any address six months
"Forth by rail and steamer to an pasting for One Dollar. This is one of the ektaptitvetUiei
some 12 miles* fublithtd. It is not a blanket sheet
.tbat bu Interfered with the former .
poor ; al in wb cb all sorts of matter is prajiisct-
perity of Bermuda. The excellent orange gro: WINE.Pure ously thrown. It is neatly.primed four- I ,
lab udi11 in all the waters, are page: paper, compactly made nn, and edited
((12 or 13 Scuppernong Wines from Escbol with great care. Netbing of a dull or ,
warded in with turtle and FUItI'ITIiRFCROCFVERT
company ) country where M. H Rogero & Co Wine Company, Richmond county, N.C., heavy character is admitted into the columns *
end reed birds, and their I
capture ,
sale R.J. ADAMS.
quality ; or by of the WIEKLT. It is an elaborately
Kiaay Vanilla of excellent Mellonville or I aprilS 1875 ly I compiled compendium of the best things
gathered wild and shipped in lake region THECREATSOUTHERNIUSIC that appear in tbe DAILT NEWS. The tel
five and ten b'\les. It is being egraphle despatches of the week are reedited -
i distance MBTALICBURIAL and careMIy weeded o* everything
Lire oak mass, largely used in ) that is not strictly of a news character It

furniture and similar erapioys.feedi lakes I is ex: CASKS also contai. full reports of the markets ;
er claw.: of HOUSEJCKSOX thus, those who have not the advantage ofa PROVISIONS.
'---_. ,, portion A N D daily mail, can get all the news for six I ,
w. ; upon the mouths, by sending One Dollir to the publish
Lectures en P1 rids. river east to Wood Coffins sr; or for one year by sending Two
Dollars.
llma., high up ,

The third in the course of lectures East to the .- -' -. YILLE, FLORIDA.SNorton The Dun Moasi:>o NEWS i is the same LIQUORS, IIA F
reliable public opinion that it hi
tbs Third Baptist Church and S of the Kissim "- organ ,
l'
always been-vigorous, thought .1 and
delivered in that eburcn 8 ) ;
at through ,
u :. conservative in the discn sion of the issues
eveting by Her. E. S. Wheeler, and con -_- ._- .._ .u._ -_._ It- 'P .c v of the day, and lively, sparkling and entertaining GRAIN '
t'le Baptist Church at Valley. Fall, -which by -_._--=-- -=- in its presentation of the news
==- ,
the subject" of 'What I Know about most beau. & Co. In gathering and publishing latest information ,
: and in dicui,ing questions of
4 .\Clfr.. OF ALL SIZES AND
rida. short account oreth '. QUALITIES {
public policy the Moaxiso NEWS is fully!
covery and early settlement of extends North Ladies' and Gentlen.ans Robes, PROPRIETORS.' abreast of the enterprising journalismof &C.:
the speaker devoted tbe moat of his and Clay coun Embalming done when required.Also limes. Price $10 for 12 months ,
Marble and Marbleized $5 for G montbs.
lure to s> description of the Slate, I
regard SUte Mantles, THE LARGEST ASSORTMENT OF The Tu-W KEWLT NEWS has the same WHICH WILL BE SOLD AT LOWEST
condition with
present special than In Orange; Slate Hearths &e.. &e., features the DULTNEWS. Price, $6 for
to .11 greet adrantages as a winter better, and Manufactured- order and for Sale byForsyth 12 month: $3 for 6 months.Moneyforettberpaperan.
ft" iiTalld. partlcn'ar'y taTers[ finest Pianos be sent by. PRICES FOR CASH OR BARTER...

1 u'monry complaints lie-also! I Ih are upon orange the (J.f1 L JT1.1" 0.f1IC q Organs. P 0.order risk.registeird: letter or Ezpress.atpublishers *

t ..e various routes to the Hand of lake region Sheet Music, aug7'tf.
Str et.bet"'ten Laura and Hogans Music Books TJIlDER'S'Furnishing
,ih bjr land and .trr. and the the Gulf of 4f
favorable p.iate'for vartoas classes and there are JACKSONVILLE FLA.
\did. lo pats the winter in different of exceeding Reference :-H. L. Hart, or Herall Of. Guitar, Mill,

lions of the Stale. good quality fice. jan9'75-ly; Flutes Jacksonville Florida.

Mr. WLccIer, who has passed two of this lake Notice to letters and Creditors. I
.' Florida and who there
n went the liotice ia hereby given that ail persons AND
:.mM. 'cite reduced with .around baring claims against the Estate of Jose A. Penniman & Co.
,
ittl *vexed his health in two Wekiva and Leite late of Putnam county deceased, will
"ke enthusiastically of the beautiful and present them within tbe time prescribed by MUSICAL MERCHANDISE, Manufacturers and Dealers in
law or ibis notice will be pled in bar of
lopcrtfe* of tbe climate, and gave a for that AH indebted THE CENTURY
por- the r recovery. persons to MoiWiiip 0 S Brackets Scroll aid
"!tettletlvo'aadnttereeting descripll 2C quite well saidSSg e are requested to make immediate ,

.. state and its wonderful rivers, at high'rates payment jj TURNED WORK
;* JAMES BCRT. .. Or AY HOUSE IX TOE: $01+T11.
birds wild flowers!
"I" game: Will S KIES
Aug., 28th, 1874-: Executor. Bough and Planed Lumber, Hived and
of the celebrated
i airs e pp lally that was sr4-8w. .,
,- jrange. and gave his auditors and uncleared, and r Pianos Organs, Violins, Guitars, and all Sawed Cypress Shingles

t ". edill11 p5ctnt and enjoyable :; to have the IN OII&UIT COURTFor kinds of Instruments competent Have stood chemists the test viz of: analysis Fret, Sillroan by four, Lath, Fencing, Vegetable Crates, to.

'sinlae-pt.- rT.Utl ./.",,. l. ; making the the County! V Putnam, 5th Circuit State Chemist of Coon : Prof. C. U. b'hep- -
--- -.- cot $35 per of rida. ard, Jr.. State ehemits, ofSuuth Carolina;
Tot Duunr-It is estimated from naviga Nathaniel H. Morag .J4 FOR RENT Prof. W. C. lilden, Washington, D. C.; Seasoned Lumber
Prof. John Darby Few York. All ef
aftbe nut er who launch their TB T PCfmpsit, Dam which agree in pronouncing "Wi bout Constantly on hand. 8S- All orders
.un tJe ,ter0y! sea of commerce, nine between Calvin V. Dibble, I ages $150.' :sum: AlCP Fault," and "Free from any Deletcrous promptly filied.may11875 .
of tea I..t.cCIU nkrapt. Many things crcek the 0. M. Dewey, r-t.v sworn to $161. Substance Whatever. For sale 07 6m
spire te effect this result. Prominent lands more .A C. Worth aDd .. jatereilname jan9 5if R. J. ADAMS.
it t 'b is ol. Day, partners In.the 7181.T o m SALE AND
!
4' m "living beyond your means, beautiful. and style of Dibble M a FOB SALE OX THE IXSTALLMENT FLAN.
"tauitinj your b&Dcldltrulb. So portion of
Werth Co.. j NOTICE. Livery Stable
:n the physical: mart, possessed of ( are pare- The defendants and aU other persons interested .

:and anticipations of a long life, we ., is ia the are hereby notified of this .nl? byattachment Old Instrument taken in exchange for Six weeks after date shall apply to the Opposite Metropof-a. Hotel,
out in ibequnt cf pleasure Sampler, and are hereby notified and new ones. Write for Catalogue and Judge of the County Court of Putnam -
We live bey..d oar means: required to appear and dead to the declination Terms. county, Florida,.to be appointed Addinis- JacksontUtc, ; ..1'Florida,
our eonetliatntlens in filed in ibis cause in the Clerks office 7. E. LUCAS, Agent, Palatka Florida. trator, as creditor, upon the estate of
by extnvaganee everpainting -.(aId Court on or t efore tbe first Mondayin I Ruben Hill, deceased in said county, into C. B. McCiEssr, Proprietor..
Jan ;6tf.
::11* **t Arluking ; by disregaiding : we have a December 1875, or judgment will be la- tate. By order of County Jadee. ti cot em Horses, Baggies, Pb.."ns and ether
na ural lawsf IwUL.and ere we are the American ken by de.anlt. ber 17th 1875. vehicles, conitajjftfor hire. [f20tf

of it we are bankrupts in body- f C. Gnus. s18-Gw. nUn .
; portion ( $6 tO S2O Per daJ- Agents wanted. \RD L. HART
:!7.1875. Plaintiffs
Aug. Attorney.
and ELtwcali; w, or liver coicptnint have an im I at28'75. 3m.Cirleton All classes of working people of both eexef,
%'nattered nei.e*, or kidney> .... and o"r State young and old, make more money at work RECEIVING
..droJ"1 exhausts eur phjsleal for us, in their own I localities, during their IXDFORWARDnCHenry
capital ag the first ef House, spare moments, or all the time, than at .ill =.
wo ere unable te meet the
kcary *
JRT opKi fin%.snr won ui ur maim any thing else. We offer employment that
.. It.
our cil1JUon
Bat 1'ensdaleHA
Mpea; we way ; tkat in return will pay handsomely for every bear's work.
!nme Cheek your cxtr4vagaace and : coffee, which 13s.1 ut:1cn: rl4. Full particulars, terms, tc., sent free
.',e aid "f Tt'tv's Pittayour broken e m she Levant, Guests will find everything for their comfort Send your address at once. Doa't delay.. superior Steamboat Wareloae e Rcet'vtd.
;.niiusi will) be rutwred ant the re-I A first invoice and convenience. Now is the time. Dent lock. for work or Wharf facilities will be pleased I 1 wpply of Eui .U', XI Flint fil*.
business else where,until
Even in yon have learnedwhat at all times to attend to the business of V i
ie exehe< r ofbto:t'r: wil! be Chiinneya that will stand intense heat>
jiu never
ao more pure cad,. : A..... SHALLEYj Proprietor. we offer. 0. STISIO" 1 Ce, Portland, their friends and the public g'eneraIl1'mall1'
..nervy ;.7 "jo- .ner lI.b.) ? i '. .-::.t o,, lG-lia. Maine. vnl ly -tt. not narehCtf break. n. J. !
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J Me. WK. M. BA'DOIE and wife arrived SberUr.H Sale.By t w. 'Thompson I Cook Carletsn.
JIM W. LOW{ & CO.
f I
fH'E from Boston this week. virtue of an execution issued out ofe : !:t.ItJx ta..J.fry rslhe feisty s.,1 Tu rJ. ,

ERALD.PALATKA Circuit Court of Clay Court;, Fourth 190 KINC STREET,
MA/. J. P. Port, of Orange Mills has returned adicial Circuit Florida and to me dieted. i- (1\llnn'J.' 1 r.

h from his trip to Indiana.<< I have this day levied upon and THOMPSOII & CARLETON.REAL

FLORIDA. 11 offer for sale before the Court. Reuse GROCERIES ,

r MES. H. L. Bur, and tlangtter returned J QDr in the town of Leesburg on thejpt' AND UINRUltSrGElfERAL

SATURDAY OCTOBER 23. 1876. from the North on the Charleston rat J/om/oy in December A. D. 1875.

steamer Dictator on tbe21, the highest bid-ter for cash, the followg HERCHAMSE.

An Official Paper 5th Jcdicia1C'lrccit. I described property to.wit t ESTATE

.- .--, --- ST.. )IA..01l. made her two trips up the Lot No- ive ((5)), section thirty-two (S2)]) ,

LOC.\.-.Lr.- -.-, TTEn.s.-- Ocklawsha, reports 111 bales cotton, 185 township ninetwetn (19)), south of .\o E"" .!lAt t.I 1'j 1 : -

seed 2 barrels twenty five ((25) east containing in '
sacks cotton oranges and nge Aw Prt./" d. l .
+' TELL TOUR FRIENDS ANDNEldll: BO KS 24 barrels turpentine. 1 forty ((40)) acres and 60-100 of an acre. -\N D !1 .
r1 vied upon as the property of Henry Our price are below three Qf a"l oil..r
THAT WE WILL SEND TEN COPIES OF SHIPPED Str. Dictator the 22nd .adford. Sheriff and ex Official Adminfe- ;- dealer in the United. Mate* ><. ettra
THE "EASTERN HERALD," FOR $20. per on ator of the Estate of Maggie Hanson de- i charges fur drayage boxing ..r fee pbi

THIS REDUCES TilE RATES TO $2 PERt 123 bales sea Island cotton, 444 sacks cot eased to saii6e so execution in favor of I 1STrnANCE ., GI: ;:' T8. tie prepay treigbts! and deliver i ""U

ANNUM TO EACH CLUB SUBSCRIBER. ton seed 27 barrels oranges, 6 bales bides atie Hanson. This October 19th 1675. i' fIn at any depot .n the line .f the 'lff'l< ,

2 bales vanilla and one bcx of Florida Cu- MATHEW W. DOZIER Sheriff Eastern Wilmiugt and OolumMa.ouik
NOW IS THE TIME TO GET UP TOUR _123 lID: S Florida.
I'io.itieslor the North. !imter County Carolina and Cutrleston and Sa.: 'nnrli
CLUBS. THE NAME FOR A CLUB NEED Palatka, Florida.Will Rail Koads ; also, i. all poluts in Sons

NOT ALL COME: FROM ONE POST ,OF STE. OKCIUCMKIE arrived on Tuesday .0aA T. ew YprkP.H.O'BaiEXSav Carolina, Georgia: aDd Fteri-la bavirg di
B. F. )McKiasA Savannah.GrayO'Brien&Co.. tuunicaii with' harltsion.ALL .
FICE. reel watercoa> a !
o 19ib from Silver Spring with 14 bales cot- I
attention to business i GOODS GUARANTEED.TEBMS .
165 sacks 6 barrels give prompt any
ton. cotton seed
oranges
BAHAMAS are plenty Palatka. 500 bunches bananas wanted, apply at entrusted to them in their Fl RM or individual -Cnsb by P. 0. order .r KegM
t 1 bale hUes, 10 packages sundriesand this Offce,
3t fitf 90 :
-
capacity. terN letter or or Jays city acceptance
Oa.&JIGU are beginning to ripen. good list of passengers. with interest added at 1 cent
147 Bronghton St. Savamah Go.WHOLESALE per
1 Examine LiHenthal's assortment of Boots Deeds &; Mortgages Prepared. mODlblw.. enclose ibis .dvern-c

)la. AIDKIW SHALLET, has opened the BtOTnit. )MAOBCE of the Tampa Guardian & Shoe Ladies, Misses and Children's A EETAIL D2ALEES IX Ickuotrledireniciiti of, Doir- a went with or.hr, if coDuDient.ListofNetPrlas.1ToExp3ns.
Carleton Kid Button Shoe a speciality. tf.
i Home. has not only enlarged his paper, but
Deeds de. t3 Adi
ery, ,
'' Cot. PXTEXXAXX has, In other respects, improved Journal Bur bleached shirting... lOc. yard at DRY GOODS.W
I tas about finished his
I' Est. C. Parkhnrst.BBOW taken in their office or at the hou.-ei oCI Finest quality) Young .4ysontea-quaht;
ism In that beautiful The has
city Judge
cottsge 'OD the heights. I parties. Titles to lands examined. Taxes unsurpassed, exquisite flavor and great .
: A gone to work and Is doing his best for the shirting at 6jc. yard at Estate C. A RE NOW RECEIVING OUR FALL on property of non-restdents or others in strength $1.00 per lb. This Tea specially ,

, Dvi.150' the past week several cases of future interests of that section In describing Parkhnrtt.JCST STOCK and will offer during the season, Putnam county paid by one of the Firm.WE recommended. Finest quality Oolong.Souchong .

.I. ranges wer. shipped the localities the fertility of the soilas an unusually Urge and attractive assort. Gunpowder, and llyson fear: .
.I arrivedonion lets at Dr. Morsgne's ment of FOREIGN aLd DOMESTIC styles, eerie TO S 1.00 per tt>. Second quality Teas.mv. p. r
LInn from ),11'. Tenney will appear in adapted to the culture of the sugar, the Drug Store. tf. such as colored Dress Goods Mourning It;. Third quality Tea=-, sold by oiLer deal

t-ur next issue..Ix orange bananaand the tropical fruits, Goods, Black Silks, Colored Silks: Black lIon. C. A. Cowgill. State' Comptroller, ers all. per.; you inn have Jelive-eii

a and. climate that is unsurpassed. At onetime Just received at M. H. Rogers & CQ";:. Alpacas: Merinoes l Cashmeres Poplins Tallahassee Fta. by ut: at 5ilc.pcr lb. Crushed Sugar'} Ibs .

i another column read an interesting a resident of that malcnless climatewe a lot of fresh butter 40 eta per lb. Received Ilokiery, Gloves Handkerchiefs, Embroideries Hon. Jesse H. Goss, Circuit Judge.GaUe- !'owdered Sugar bj! Ibs.; Granulated ?u

: by Schooner 50 bales hay. Have i Lace. Trimmings, Notions,.&.., 4c. Y lle. Flv gar 9 Ibs.; Extra Sugar.V; ) lbj..Clanfic-i
letter from... old Floriditn.Foe4wo can endorse all that the Guardian Rev. I'. P. Bishop, Pros. Fl*., Fruit Growers -
: says also 50 barrels Florida syrup.A I Cotton Sheetings, Shirtings: Prints Jeans Brown ugar. 10} Ibs.: an-i Brown :!ugar.
.
about It, and all the varieties of domestic goods.LUnkets A..., Sets Mateo .I.. 11 Ibs. fur $1. Linley'a Peerless Family
k weeks
we have bad clear brac5
nice lot of black and figured Alpaca., I Flannels Linen Sheetings, Table Dr. N. H. Mocagne, Druggist.Palalkt.Fla. Flour our own brandmade from best Virginia
5.g weather-no frost.A A complete assortment of Dry Goods, also fashionable diagonals and invisible Linens, Lineu Towels Napkins, Shirting W. C, Snow. Clerk of Court, 1'1'aUtk.t Fla. W beat-an elegant article -20 Ibs.

Clothing Shoes Groceries, Hardware, plaids for ladies wear at t.C.Parkbursl.if Linens, and other housekeeping goods. lot $I, or $9 per barrel. Good Family
r A change, and what not, in the future of Tinware, Crockery, Saddlery, Cutlery, Ladies! under garments of every description. We advertise.wben detired lands eomilted Flour 24 Ibs. for $1, or 7.60 per b.rrel.!

Jacksonville Union has beea predicted Furniture Carpets etc., etc., for cash atLUieuthal. Ir you wish a fine Sewing Machine, call Gentleman's Furnishing Goods, &c. to us for sale. Extra Choice Finely Flavored Bagged lame

ftyjsorao ofjbe papers. The Union says ',. tf. at this office-rate. low. Mr. Christopher Gray of our firm-a. Our Terms shall bo Ro=:: ablo. I8c. per lb. Extra Choice; Breakfast Strips,
buyer of thirty years experience located Itijc lb. Cboice Tumbler Jdiu.larelile. !
per
wait ; and why DOt! "}Iilk of '
Magnesia"
Ir want the nicest and beat Cassim- a most invaluable .
you in New York, where his FAMILIARITY l.'jc.} eaeh. 2 lb Canned Tomatoes: .
MA- E. 0. Dike will be the manager of ores, Blue Suiting Flannels, Doeskins 4c., remedy Wash for"children. "Eddy's Carbolic WITH TilE MARKET.-m his KNOW- To our expected and respected patrons: each3 U>. Canned Tomatoes.. each. 1 IbH
go to Est. Parkburst. tf. Baby for ale, at Dr. Moragn's .EDGE OF GOODS enables him to we, in the introduction of ourselves and .ln).n, 180. per can; : lb. Canned I'm
tao St Johns Hotel trait thin Drug Store Palatka Florida.
season, I -----_. .if. obtain the BEST at the LOWEST: PRICE5. calling to lUeir notice wilt say ibat we .Apple Peaches, ).ao&l.a., and Pears :icy
whom, a.mor' efficient manager cannot be THE influx of travel at this timeeneoura-.- Just received a lot of real nice cluthiog-, His extensive purchases, (buying as be p opoe to do a Land Office business if we per. can- 6 tans for $1.10. Best Quality

found.. : ges the hope that this is but the advance which& will be sold cheep at L'.l.ParkLurst.tr does for our house and tor his Augusta ca.i receive their aid, with one exception: fined Vinegar l'icklet-pi16'. 17.. each ;

I of the hosts that will visit the St. John. house) secures for us the ceavy trade discounts n at is we propose to do everything on the quarts, 2... each; gallons. We. eaeh. Con-

THB boat advertised in our last issue river this winter. All new Do not forget that the lime is near by allowed only to LARGE BUYERS. square, nothing oblique in our dealings. uensed Milk Eureka: and Eagle Bratrd,::..c.
has teen recovered. The treacherous comers say when our planters and o'hers: kbould nut Besides, h. buje for CASH and consequently For Palaika and l'utnam county we have each. GantsScafoam, j lb. J3c., lb!. ;.ty.
that we shall see a sweeping increase of fail to look much cheaper than those who much to say in their ccmmendaiion. By Lemon
their 401
winds took her from the wharf and stowed to fall garden Cabbage, pay per can. Sugar :. per can.
,
visitors Palatka will be enabled to accommodate turnips, and beets can be grown here in long time prices. means of the grand and beautiful St. Dooley'* Yeast Powder I5c., 25 and 40c.

het'away.np in the cove. about seven or eight hundred, and abundance. Now is the time to purcbsce Doing bud ess on the principle of- Johns river Palaika is in easy an_ good seed at the Stoie N.Moragne. communication with all parts of the known Soda, lUc. lb. Boxe"
Drug of Dr. pea | Sardines,
if she had the hotel room two thousand Sales and Small Profits.
Dogs ot the planters are hauling their [ If Large and unknown world, civilized and senii- :2i-c,; ) boxes barJines *-*. each. SbaJines -

cotton from the Santa Fee lab to_Pet would not over estimate the m and all the advantages that long civilized and wild. By magnificent sea } xes,2dc. eaeb. Cox's 3parklinGelatine
having
If you want a real nice traveling trunk going steamers the nip to New York and 2t'c.
per pack. Capers 40c.. Olive,
.
avoid heavy I and
to paying mature judgeme CUb
-. go to hot.: C. I'arkh uul. tf experience other eastern cities is but are" days of 50c.. Worcestershire, Walnut and Mushroom .
Waldo to Fernandina;, buying can give, we CONFIDENTLY- joyous journeying. Suitable steamers and Sauces
SF.KT, that WE CAN, AND DO offer unsurpassed genuine Imported, JOc. per
$275 will buy you a new iron framed other water crafts will bear the curious boll Ie. Imitation FrencU Mustard
A large lit or Drug 1: Rosewood Seven Octave Piano at Ochu*' inducements to purchaseri. ad venturer up beautiful expanse of lovely Genuine French Mustard ioc. French 2Ue.

nishesfcc.ic.justan Music Rooms. lID.Don't having lakes or in the weird windings of deep I'runel. 15c. Ual.inoe. Citron 40c.

pbia and New York atr'"VttN. c ONLY ONE PRICE, rolling forest streams among tbe piridisal Currents, lOc. Cheese. 20c. Full weight
buy shoddy shoes, but to Est. of with lbn
go groves orange trees golden Indies first
iSc.
quality lb. Baker'sChocolate
II. Moragne, Palatk- Parkhurst and the most inexperienced can rely getting per
._ get a pair well worth: the upon fruit or amidst the haunts of formidable .J3I:. lb. 60o.
Cocoa
per tb.
e'' tor them tf. as good value as the most expert and with loud of defiance per
money you pay alligators; gutter roar Hroma,60e. lb.
German
ETIU LIT.IIE BAKU. t1'1lull per Choe..Ute,30c.
distance order with
at
living a can
persons in the forest wbere! the antlered
and A. J. BEACH Rawlstown nursery three confidence. or per lb. Ordinary Rio Coffee, 4| lbs for ft 1.
tint.L
freight Buck sounds hi shrill while of alarm to
miles above alatka has the finest coll c We will deliver at Railroad and Express choice Rio Co Bee, 4 Ibs. for $1, choice Laguayra .
steam the Does in his charge is a place for a
Shipped per same this Coffee 2j lb.. for f 1. Old
lion on river, of young oranges, and stations outside of Savannah retail bills Government -
24 barrels spirits turpet r.s 1. L LParkhurst. tropical plants. home winter or summer Palatka! cannot bt Java Coffee 3 It.. f..r $1. Roasted
u u. Y on or 25c. at Eat. C amounting to over :$10, '-C. O. D., free of excelled all the rot id there
beal'hy ;
jeer and Ground Coffees
5c. additional l. each
.
aoges.Mas. and will send mail
freight sample by
Striped DeLeine 15c. per yard at Est whenever, requested. odd 2in. you can Ill and be ,w.M1'ulnam county grade urjea'a Starch OJ lb* fr $I.
REACH arrived Pjrkburst has every variety of land to suit all tastes Satin Glo Starch 76c.
here on Wednesday Fresh Groceries received by every steamer If. s per box. Corn
evening, accompanied' by the Sheriff of fit at Lilientbsl's Cheap Cash Store. tf. -FOR RENT.A and pursuits .uita 'e to a southern clime. I th.rch. 13c per pack Box Blueing 4;;...
MR. BEACH, of Rawlstown nursery nee But above al! her location at the bead of per doxcn. !Barley vac. per lb. Uurbaiu

Johns County, tnnute for Jacksonville Our friend Pratt of the Palatka HKKAID several fine varieties of the orange; obtained neatly furnished room situated iu the navigation for the loser class vessels and I Smoking Tobacco.ti: per lb. Martin's Celebrated

where she will be committed to jail to than whom no one has done as much in by easeful culture and some that most desirable part of the town can be her situation far enough" south for the successful I Gilt Edge I5uner.40e.per. Choice
await another trial. are superior to the ordinary bothas rented at growth of t ie orange and its kindred Gosben
bringing Florida into notice is quoted in orange on easy terms. Apply Butter.35e.per lb. Good Table Bm-
a nearly all the papers of the country. He regards size and flavor. This new ocl2'75tf. THIS OFFICE fruits gives her a position not equaledby er,30c.per lb. Cooking Butter, 4b Mb. ,
Os* of the most promising young orange ha. proved himself. genius in the Land variety is attracting more than ordinary any other portion of Florida. Here in and 6 lb. for $1.

gravid<< on the river located five miles Sink alligator and rattlesnake line but in attention Those who contemp'ate raising Putnam county tbe fruit grower has his Biscuits o.Ja12Ib..tor $I. Extra Pilot
bis last issue shows himself a mathematical this' golden fruit would Jo: well to call and products market as it were, to be sold Oc. Lemon Wine, Ginger and Butler, at
below Palatka
the
on east side of the river. examine Mr Beaches new variety. lIe it her wharves or shipped at any time direct IGc lb..Nic .
Naci.lSc
also.. We quote him as speaking per .Faaey Cakcs,2r.c
This valuable grove and property belongsto of the Sand Hills in the rear of Palatka : has about 75,000 young seedlings and sells! ESTATE C. P ARKHURS T to all markets east, north or west per lb. Black Pepper,30o.per lb. Spiee.ftfe

Mr. C. S. Brown 44 Pearl St., New These! heights form semi-circle around them very cheap.Gtxonaxs No loss by days of exposure,in small craftsto per lb. Nutroegsluc.per ounce. Mace: 1 tie.
the semi hat of tie
tropical coun
upper
reek per ounce Ginger ::k. per lb. Hoe anti
the town about three-fourths of a mile at hOc yard at Est. C. Park. try. So that oranges are worth twice as Vanilla Flat Stick Candy.a fine arliele,25e

,A good deal has been commendably said from the Court House ..ad.. rise over one hurst.Ir NO. I, PARKHURST BLOCK, much on the wharf at Palaika as at pointsone per Ib.Ordintrr Slick Candy.pure,20c. per
hundred miles interior. Land here
about the beautiful steamer Tu.ca wilta.bat hundred feet above, the level plain mile Adams lb.! Rock Candy any color 22*. per lb.
to
you want good garden go except those immediately on the river Colgate's Toilet
alit one word has been said about the con- wide lies between the town and the base of and buy Buist's seed-Fresh supply just have been overlooked and good orange a specialty of ours.at Soaps Manufacturers-CO different kinds

tttnction.. Our fellow townsman Mr.WHUm the bill foaming a natural amphitheatre in received. PAiATKA FLORIDA growing lands can be had for much less -from 25c. to $1.00 per dox. cakes.prices Col
full view of the heights. ban even in less favored 10ca:ioDi. If gate's Handkerebief
Longest not only constructed, but Extracts,50e. bet
CALICHES at Est. C. Parkhurst for 7c per
do not believe call and see and commune
nr rintuded the steamer while building. How is that friend Prattdo the heights; per yard-fast colors. -: .- you with us and we will do you good. tie box., Cleveland's Cashmere, Bouquet Powder :50. per
cur re over towards the town one-fourth of Pomade Vatalino. a hes
TBE last number of the Pensacola Getetttosmt a mile? They must do so to have a plain OBITUARY.Died Lands are rapidly advancing in this region lora ire and preservative unequalled for
--caUloon for good start.
a
out with .n extraas large. as the sizeTrie OM .il wide between them and the town Keep constantly on hand & large and the bair.2Dc.per bottle. 011 Cern Whiskey
an>i still be only trree fourtA. of a milt from on the night of Oct., 2nd. at the WE OFFER FOR SALE : $!1.80 per gallon. Bye Whiskeys, $I.w
ordinary Issue. This is business, the Court House to be back of the centreof residence' of his daugnter,Mas. JOE. SMITH well selected stock of No. 2.-For sale 1 In lots to suit ; 88. $ .OO,:3.00. and $.tvo per gallon. Black-

plenty of sea room over there and if << the town. Figures wont lie if figuresof in Savannah Ga., Ma. LEBOT C. DhuuP.in acres of line land half. mile West of Palatka oerry and Cherry Cordials.a pleasant drink

Alabama. can get a slice of that part of speech do sometimes.-A*. 1' South. the Seventy-ninth! year of his age on the Might's. $1.80 per gallon Table Port and NheriT

F'-irida! there will be plenty of land room. Well Well we do make mistakes, The deceased was born in North Carolina DRY GOODS.NOTIONS NO. 3.-* Dice Dew Collage residence Fnlf Wioe,$:: M per gallon. Fine Old Madeira.
in Ncwtown suberb $4.00
on Lemon street gallon.
in the year 17%, and was a citizen of per English ani Scotch Ale
S the f7 but some how It dies seem that Palatka '
recess to trttT < lot. and l orter, bottled2.70:
Newberne in that State, until 1853. when per dozen Bee-
heights look like a aemi-circle, especially he removed with his famil, to Palatka.FU, No 4.-Finr or more lots in the beau men Lager Beer bottled :2.70 per dozen.

when you make the semicircle wbere he continued to reside until withina tiful villa of Orange Springs. Situated Demijohns for Liquors.extra i gallons,40calloas,60c .

around it. We fancy that the old Romans few years of his death lie there became half a mile from steamboat landing or the 2 gallonsXV.( 3 gallons,75e.,
identified with tbe Presbyterian church Ocklawaha river. This place is noted for 6 gallons, SI.00 eaeb.
would have converted the height. into an with wklch he retained his connection up the good health of the inhabitants and avery A very };x'endnuorllhut of Crockery!

amphitheatre. to the time of his death. About a. year large Sulphur prings. A fine opportunity and Glassware always on Land. Platell-
for a colony of invalinds or Dinner sire $1.60
removed from Florida to Savannah per dozen Breakfast
,
Fbould you want. real stylish hat at a ago Oa. After coming to Savannah though in Boots and Shoes orange culture or for a Sanitarium- $1.:';, D.sert, SiX:, Tea Soo.per dozen,
>w price-go to Est. Parkhurst. tf. fine and lands low. Steamboatspass and
the bosom of the family of his devoted Country Cups Saucers $1.00 per set.. Covered
t daughter and surrounded appreciating the landing each way every day in Disne..G5e.,75c..andl OOeach. Tumblers

The largest and cheapest stock of Brown friends, yet his life was one of severe trial the winter season. COc..7oc.$1.00Sl. and $1.60 per dozen
is worth the while of any one to visit4t and Bleached Shirting.Sbeeting Ac.lathe on account of his protracted ill health and No. 5.-* very desirable residence Table Gablet..*l.0$1.60.$2.00.Vi50:
town is at ElL Parkhnrst. tf. physical suffering. Almost a constant GROCERIES. in the town of Palatka, well located well 5&.00 per dozen. Wine Glasses, $1.0o'per
Ac ds the North side of the
place on
: and with all
sufferer, confined much to his home going arranged appointed conven- dozen. Lamp Chimney's, Sun 0 and A',. 4
r ,tv The! mansion like dwelling is not THE steamer Osceola returned from her out at the cost of much bodily fatigue it ieneies doe orange: trees &e. for 25c.. D'. 3 for 25e. Student n Argind

only commodious and attractive, but thelapttfeiaents made tb time almost welcome to himself No. 6. -Twenty DTe acres of fine land Chimneys for 2Sc. Numberless' articlennmentioned. -
up river trip on Saturday night last, all when be should be released and find that Com, just opposite Palatka oa the road to the Information cheerfully givers
with the
all in ;
are Keeping looking fresh and hearty. We learn that rest in another world which was not permit ferry 3 acres oleared and in orange and Our firm was established in 1867. and
our
tpl rttmnd energy with which the.)captain that the party, consisting of several of our !e-I to him in this. His last illness was lemon trees. The best cnance open for a II business reputation and facilities are of

-- -'M enettsinto his work. Here you will find' citizens Dr. N. II. Moragne, Col. Peter attended with much suffering, but was Flour, grove weal protected by north wes: body of I. the highest order. We will do all we pro*

,fl "vie* six hundred orange trees coming OB only of a few days duration. The worn water. Safe place for lemons. boo All orders should be addresud to
mann, and Capt. II. L. Hart, for in the NOT-A large Spanish Grant favorably -
for several the victim of wasting
body
f years
1 h perfection and a variety of tropical capacity of Captain of the steamer he ship disuseIooll11eldtd to this last attack flay, located in Putnam County. Contains JOHNWLINLEY&Co.,

e \ fruits to abuudaDce.C4n. pod the old Captain being sick or unable I severer than an / that bad preceeded it. 16000 acres suitable for the locationof I (Key Box 184.) 190 KING STREET.

J. \ STEWAXT, of the David Clark has from other causes! to go, and Col. Fairchilds born But his with sufferings that patience throughout fortitude were always and fruit a colony tees &c.adadted. Well for covered the raising with fine of July 17-75 ly] CIUBIMTO: A, c

r 4 been granted leave of absence for a week and his excellent wifefrom Kansas. Contrary submissive resignation which became the Oat, timber. will be sold very cheap.

}' lor Uo. Capt. Jones, formerly one of our to all expectation they steamed up above Christian, and which demonstrated to No 8.-We have for rent. large two

b $'akU.a boys hat. assumed command. Wo Lake Wlnder.within a distance of six miles those around that he was willing simply story house on corner of Front & Reid JOHN CLARK.COJIMISSIOS
B IRD WARE Sis., opposite the Putnam Hotel suitablefor .
r Lave this to say ef Capt. Billy Jones-A from Lake Washington, the head waters of to abide. God's good pleasure concerninghim. a store & family, or for dwelling for

bright ahead capable and enerttie the St. Johns river ; a point where the large family.
prospect lIe did not fail to leave behind many ,m m'
( he is competent to command any waters flow both ways, North and South. evidences tbatthe strong faith in his Christianity 0.hlDdlome two story dwellingand 9ft

steamer on the river He is one of tt( A landing was affected at Turtle Mound wbicl bat been his stay in his life, QUEENSWARE, out bouses with ten acres of land setout
1 With 700 three oM and
also his and confidence in years orange D
eight miles from Eau Gallic, where was support CIE
of the Welaka. 4 they 11CH1jT
coming men great death. In the moments of relaxation from other fruit trees in the valley's of San .
put off passengers and goods for that point.We his las' sicknesshe WILLOW WARE TINWARE Mateo. San Mateo I is 5 miles South of
suffering during ,
MAJAMES tie spoke ,
):. DEAKC passed up ,
to note the made Palatka and inhabited about families
are glad good report beautifully and hopefully, to these at his by forty "
rim a few nights since on his way homeoa i by the party ia reference to open water I bedside and his children and grandchildren of high social qllal.lt! t'and* educational /

<< Lake Harris, Sunpter county. IaJ. through the vast prairies above Lake Harney. will not soon forget the testimonies he capacities. They CTF a neat church
Drake informed 1&. that his visit to St. left to console them in the midst of their Tobacco building and a fine schooTta their midst ACE*? rvr
At the South end of this lake they'. Liquors; ; Altogether It is a most desirable winter

*Lean L,behalf ef the railroad from the. found four feet water; above this point loss.May all that was exea'lary i.*.;.is life, home for a family refinement and cul- SaraanahJACKSONVILLE trM4p rttcq)rise &ra"/a'J,I, f

fJrptr lakes tohakt George was encouraging they had a clear and open navigation with as well as bit bumble witness in hit death, ture

and that he had not a shadow of a the eta few floating islands that be blessed to those who survive him and 1 O.-A few of those choice lots at R. Bnvnt it. '
doubt, about exception who are called upon to mourn his depar- CIG-AJLTS, &0., W Tow. wharf on Drayton Island .The) _. Rro. LiRe 'fj.-.
had to be cut through with a crof.l- ut ture. .. business tack and energy of the Proprietorof

rpropo'-1Je heard *n old steamboat stw. The island that Commodore Root I A FktKXD. Which are offered at the lowest cash price. this settlement has brought succes ani F &,7.7./ Pl1.-

.*pUia ssy that Ibis would undoubtedly and his party visited three years since Savannah, Ga.. Oct., 1875. into notice the unsurpassed natorala sages ,.- -- }. .. ptatt.r ..
( of this Island home ioie ll?
fii-jurat a successful paying roadand that was made the point of Investigation by tbe COUNTRY PRODUCETaken lake _r # ...:r
George. .
NSW ADVERTISEMENT*. jr .::-
r be would rather take stock in it than any Osceola party-they dug up the bottle con 11. -Two Iwenfj***ere .a ofWelaka -- .'* ....
ihcr road in the It is bound touceeed. of >" has abort .-..
tbe
country. taming the records of the Commodor's NOTICE. In one ., s'
exchange. Und on ", c rb iad 1 y
of &
acres cow
and added the notes from their logbook PV FLORIDA
party U. S. LAND OFFICE. \ Particular attention paid to orders. at a barrsl S
Pi
,_' A new and elegant steam yacht 55 feet -the bottle of gin had been made way GAIIESVILL, FLA., October ICth 1875 J k 1f ;,er&aty urea ofV nJ on" at

built in New withand the empty bottle replaced. Never Complaint having< been entered at this 1tcfbtt.rtelt Ihe .LeWjOfftWhite .anti jan9'7i-Iy,
Tong, Jersey in 1875, will 6.oJ
J S--
'
: .
". V. Putnam
Office Boyed.
: tef
by ouot1.al"ln.t. ,
and
arrive in Palatka have we seen a party more pleased we
about I tie 2 ih of November ;
Merill Tattle for his colony ALVIN
with a pull oa board. She i doubt not, but Col. Hart will put on a abanduupg Notice. .;';-
< eon Homestead Entry, No 599 date; !pril the '' Y :;

j'gned: to Maj. E. G. Dike onr former steamer for Lake Washington. This winter 7th 1874. upon tbe E J of N W J, & E } of __, ., I .hAn .-&. Ora P".rt1..l'P p.rerd..s; .'':-

icffnsman at tbe SL Johns Hotel, who will ho will at least, keep. boat for excursion 8 W }. Section 2fl. Township 11, S, Rage Six months _rouebera a0 t.dl.,1..g.P ofmy AGENTFOR THE A O'J rt:' 1;;.! W'ate' .1
25 E in Putnam County, Florida,. with a teceoat. e .'101'. I IIL. .
: attend to chartering her to parties. c--1 or rw" y "' ..
parties : '
pleasure view to the cancellation of said entry :.pa- final "ttlemeat and ask Ie *Vb '
If during the season. She is a first class LiUenthal'i Srgar and Tobacco Emporium said parties are "er b1..mmoa"\to".p( charred Ida for from lWjfJj-'1S. H 2aed. >-' omt &nsyrl1UCt J iT:l PALATKA FLORIDA, .jc

toa.t ant very fast, ant ws have BO doubt complete. Imported Maeh,hofas So- Pear at th. Clerks Ome. ea ii.. 19 a1'B1 I _.... ..wily ntuui. y ;2'. of Court'. j ::
'at o'.lock A. bt..te wr'ra )7IJa 1815. OF SEW YOwC.Aug7'15.1 .
10 Judge. September .
w.H add to the pleasure and comfort of our gar 10 for one dollar a speciality. tf.Th tlO".. >:.tRD .snl j"1
aadb'q'iJstt" ett: .
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's : .\ tdmfoitrafo
.Iiller.
+ .
1 I: 118-6m.
1 J.
t MiUors. and lid to bring town i. \ r ,
war
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highest price paid for Co r :
forward wjih popular fame. w
etc-, at LtHentbal's bet9 r T

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wa'cb word7tcklsotueiLiag 13 Illtltc1T10 mmTut t

about dojs-Fleas.oun OLDEST FAJHIT. PArcn:" u; .AMERICA ,I P.": *-//"' /'jmiuA. ? '>Y,'ProlT General Producer Merchants am '

A / ;-sbaru--I,barfc rjobaby.A'centfrti A lrg tigbt 'aRe JouTBalL printed on.I* :- Palatka, .E. :Fla.S 4 WHOLESALE DEALERS IS.TOBAGGO
fine while pi!>r.and biauiifulfy illustratedContains .; ,
dt41..or"A. trfnie: nvel.Sli'eti 48! colums of tbe choicest reading. S Motet 'it newly furniiJteJ tkrvTWBXTT

a n.*?r'-Clu.) Jren crying in bed. powerful and popular Original and Serial BOCHS. AND GIGA'RS .
? ADDITIONAL:: :
k # ., Stories, from well-known writers ability .
. ;A noose papcrt-.V Bondage rertifiealiuA Mn each nutnb'cr/Vith'from; lea to,fifteen i A Fine BILLIABD ROOM I& connect tl!<| ,

nod f r m a lord j. a brtakfxn for a. Completed Tales. ketches, Essays and Poetry se.nd Guests.will find ever! BAY STREET, 1 r

,'., 1 coverings wide range of literature, for their tfaxfort. dec5j .. Florida.
fPJ. Jacksonville -
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and each of the best of its kind.
'
. n\rcTIOS, one's time-Mcadiag' the We shall also issue double-page illustrated
i. sad fashion J>.ge supplement, makingthe > lUF'n'iT1* ,. Consignments of Poultry, Eggs Game Fruits, Vegetables, and Country Produce
POST tbe best and cheapest Illustrated it A WillLIICID1 I aliixiljCHARLESTON i r Generally, will receive prompt sad careful attention. Special attention paid to filling i i

The best aralet..Dblip-8ttr govern Weekly published. orders for all kinds of goods. mayl 3m t'r
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,.eQL Teens FOR 1S75. 1'oertaE-FaEE !
t
This established and faToritc P. SMITH FRANK SMITHSMITH
t The htnlest thing to deal with-An Wrack The POST will be sent to any address, long
class House, having been thorough!
csrJu. either in clubs,as follows: Single
singly or
rated .ted and !
pail newly furnished
subscribers, one copy four month $1.00; & BRO
Tile ctase vf wwnan suferae-Scarcity having! had the celebrated "Artesian ]
six Months, $f.OO ; per one year, $3.00. ,
liaths" introduced
and is now op-;
ousb Inds. Clubs. Two copies, one t-pald,
year po the reception of the traveling public

Old bell can be made: as good as new- $;).00; Seven copies, one year, $15.00: The Proprietors have spared net

Old belle can't. ; Ten copies, one year, $20.00, and an additional pains nor expense in making this h as COMMISSION MERCHANTSPOIK i
I copy PEER to any one getting up the equal to any ot its size in the south and

When a man! can't Gad anything to do club. Additions may be made to ciubs of ,trust, by strict attention, to merit a share

lie hat tired long f ougb. s j seven. aad ten at the.rate of. 2.00. .each., .t pnblie patronage. A.\D IYIlOLEs.tLB DEALERS IN .
cepietfrte.ACTIVE
Fjxcimt .
When fertune wants to let a fellow-being; RATES, $3 PER DAY. J 00. -

fill the bardesttne lifts.hisa up the tigh- tAXVASSEKSlVAXVED; G. T, ALFOKD, & Co., Proprietors.R. 1'.1.\ I..\TI ..1 FLA. L n'JII SIrmt..'
I
Ia', in all secH<*' of the United State, to- ... ; If' "

.. .'Shingle wedlla:." are now coning(into whom liberal commi 'sions till be paid In INES oot.JACKSONVIL3LE '
addition toOUR R. II. Anderson, O. W. Anderson, Jr., : : .1
fashion. This &!tltl wedding lat. pl* J. W. Anderson.
when the first born it old enough to tpaak. COLD PREMIUMSOF .. BLOCK.
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An astonished dicags aVJerwan leas. rcf t I Jno. W. Anderson & .Sons.LOTTOXIACTOR& J : FLA U'VJ- ,... \
One Hundred Dollars in Gold to the
cited a Utter froaa a constituent begin II
who sends the largest list by Stptentber r--
Agent us ..
"Dear an4thnett tir." The teller I :Say Your Land Without eby.The .
}flag, t lit 1875. 1 W. P. IL RNETT. S, 1! KOOKER
wa/ immediately returned to the po.tn.. Fitly Dollars in G

en'JerseJOpelflt by uistake by Alder- the second. largest lif. I Or. Bryan $9ratcn Stt.SAVAXXAII general inquiry for valuable 1&0114" BARNETT & KOOKER.DE.1LEJtS
V. Twenty fire Dollars in Gold<< to t.beAgent good situations for settlement, orange
pain-
sending the tblr3: largest lilt. GEORGIA. groves, vegetable gardens,houses and lots,

'"0b, tny dear.** reads & private lettereceiOd If you want an agencj. send for our .. and portions for winter residences, continue

; ty a gratSt,widower front Li* wife rpe&ai circular to Agents, which gins full BAGGIMG and TIES: with a more serious intention of [n- IN

particulars and sample cop rsRK.AiUress Testiating pine lands mere .
are now
aViaub hand :! .
AttSaralega. 1 Jon yon just As and Always on at LO\UST3L\BItET ruicts.Cul y
distinctly, make MeneyOrtkrs. than eter in demand. Pleasant locations -
ererI want you to end me frfty dollars > Drafts and Checks payable to the, Dena" cJtsnctt':'''-.maJe on cotuignmtnU and sunny homes are eagerly sought after. I U'R. N"J: T U R. E ,

tf next mail-years, m/ darting-tend order .' There is now a fine opportunity for capitalist -
... ..orYACKER ./& ton and other JW"ce.
,check and Ut b lls. REED & CO. to purchase, build and improte witha CARPETS. MATTINCS :MATRASESV
myl&tf.] 796 $<<*'so iStrttt, I'Atl..i: Every effort made to give satisfaction!! fair prospect of a handsome return. ,
llaroma (to ber eldest son--'My) dear and all instructions strictly and promptly No slate offers more desirable inducements

Ot !',:e. where are jour manners ? You carried cct.Comtiynmtntt. than Florida; as a country for the new FMiwi lAiWiifli
-------------------------- ------------- \\V r4 K Win h & Glum PWiiw
A1 l<4uld always,M/ '-Thank yoaj" when riicffeJ. C'l'.C0TAILORING. settler or pursits.for investment Our manufacturing of money in agricultural facilities I r, w u: n iMWisij. : IsVUMUg Fnmn

'"
.k Larded .
jrtlang to yon WlLlIAM IICMEB, FBASttIK JoKDAK.LateofMdbne. are yet undeveloped but the raw

George-"Ob bother haying! te cay Late of Cedar Keys. material for that purpose is almost lutx. MOULDINGS. : *

thanks !' ever/ ifae, ma' Can't.&fellow hausiable in the natural productions, of .;:: .

'Jiate a season tkk ( ?" .Wm.llmlcr&Co.Commission Gentle wen and boys can now .be fitted the country.

---. whh tbe latest style of Furnituer. Repaired,Plcturn Framos&Upholsteringto:Order,. -
TUB Feucirtts or CJLOqv"l'1'e Any person desirous of placing their

Lees through that: wicket, Frank." Merchants (;lotkiny Cut or made to Ooder, lands in my hands for sale on commissionfor : SOl'TU SIDE BAY STREET. 'between Pine & Laura,)
,
I
of sis months -
the term or more, twill
,.WITH Disr.,Ten.
"doa't tbiitk you hare, !eweete. t
be advertised in this column frecost.

"Indeed, I hare." Soiled Coats and Pants Cleaned FLORIDA

.'No, you J1a eo't." And Wholesale Dealers in No.2.-A tract of 40 acres on Pala .'

M lid.. STRICT ATIEST10S: to BCIISISI. Heights In full view of the town of Pala

being at an elevation of 100 feet above D 3Q Dct.
friends call
MT.u dWn'tnd Good give us a ,
Northern and 1 Western Goods We wcrk for all, bed of the river. \bouLOO young era
:: cheap
tben the outlet sail over the fence, ibe
trees on place. .
You will find us next door tlctl to jnly375&SOJH
and, & u1! -back twitches furiy..4y over -a store. t 0.3traeL valuable umrapro
TOjWilluin Jell's
Y jb greensward and disappears into the Juckrenttilte n.iliIt : laud 12 miles North Enterprise eonta
mayfoTStf. E. A. BEAUBIAN.
ing 154 :51.100 acres It has two third
jjouic, and everything is as quiet without a niile river front bluff. !:

IAS tbotigli'jvtaei were' the soreroigg power C. V. HE.SS' No. 4-A tract 3 miles from Jnekscville

on earth. being the w I'.ef 'n w} and n e I ,

E F E R E iftfE S n w| of section lOf tnTefcfp 2, range
testerday'when a conpU. of excursionists .east, containing 120 at i. .

':were rolling through the awrLei, the RicttrJ A. Hewells&.CO. .\Boston No. 5-A haadaoBtf residence; t

girl looked longingly at the fruit, and the Watson :Sm\th! Co. '' / story building, raoderl. style, on r I ItrotH.

]oung man, after a struggle with Ltmeelf.purcbtseJ Austin Kirabittl.rrintice 1. }New York. and one of the moot desirable loch ICE FISH AND 6UANO.
1.An t l.aul, y4 lions in town.
teft Urj,'plums, and! dhiJI & Filler, 1' U delpbla. 1-/ NO. G-A Spapbli Orant of about 5COaeiea I ,


*])o you doubt DI y lore, kitty !" he imp ore 1. Price two dollars per acre. (UART'S 'WHARir,) .. .' .
8.-A Spanish Grant of 500 acres on t >'.1.
Asked chewed the fraH.
aa they at
North Paver, near St. Aogusune_unjm-.
Xop)," she replied, !her: "onlh "p UIII" U. proted. '1 1\Lj\TK.t\ .,- FI3ORIDA.
II. l Weislcopf.; F .
full. ): | 2-A 40 acre tract on the west bankof l" '" a.j' .

.'Dc ue," be continued, "if I did.'t the river miles north of Palatka. .-- 't". .. '
''Tis well to walk with heart :'. :.: .
ton you I weuMnt be aroun Wherever our fortune aiL | don Je Grant, Alachua. "n : f Gains-
j4ums at five cent apicct, troy] I?" \tltb a friendly glance and an open hand, rille. pear
.J1eMiSh
street near the ostoffice, ... a Gr-'U.aD.o .
$b.,seeniedatbfiel. Day And a gentle word for alL 18-A small plantation jnilrt inland, i' .... .

." -. -- Since life is a thorny and difficult path, onthe main road to Palatka80 aeies; *6 '

Tna'Cx rUJI.u-"h: 10tn gwine down *' Where toil is the portion ofjnan acres cleared, good fence. FISH GUANO manafikcturcd; on the St. Johns rirerwarranted: : simon pare,
FLORIDA.
.I.ICKSO..VItJLLE, : j We all should endeuor.while passing alongTo 19-Tract of SO acres, 10 acres cleared, -
be
bad $20
..d&t meetS at Je church to night cart at per t&o. .
30 tree land hens .
i make it as smooth ae we can. orange a new tie"
asked Si when Lt set Pete at the Kimball
I 2O-A new settlement, 60 acres, from .

|Ioasc corner., \ThoJetaIo: and Retail Dealers in LOU to 700 young orange trees, some about Zoo. Shad

.What meetin' it dat ?" I NLWS"u AND'fCURIOSITYPALATKA : "ready to fruit, G miles north of Palatka.

?De mettln." ,, .. Good land and pleasant, healthy residence. .. .

cents-lenjral ... 22-H'gh.' pine land, 'i9 l 67-100 acres onChrystiTlakeiln lOB can bo bad at all times during the year. FRESH SHAD, fj fished
"ll dat soles newfangled; kind e' p r- 9 S1' ; sec 16 iilfSO; r 30. Also. ..- .
I t t5JO' Q (} I daring the season.jun.iy75 .
/rafted meelin' dry's gitttin' up 'round G 39 77.100ulres iir sec! 16 on tbe same lake.
g ( 'g 6m. SMITH
] &
C. Tl. SON PALATKA Fl
Lyar?" asked Pete. 0 23-Lot 4 in sec 24 & n J of lots 3 & 4insec25anoflotlineeo26t19

''So, ignant nigger! I>1. I is ; r U2,
you jar 102 73-100 with bluff
Varnishes containing acres on THE EQWOX HOUSE CHARLESTON & FLORID
a nseetjn' about theselobratioQof(heFo'tk" Oils, Glass! : : : FLORID. St. Johns River j

ft'Ju'y Indematiclpatien Dtclyraslmnrnext J' : 'I o..t 11 24-Three acres of wild orange ireeson, 31..\>'C11 ESTER VEKMONT i i STEat Paull!' r,0.

Tear at Fillunvdelfand del earls It .kventstenjal :!-: .' .1 Y. 1' ". .,.it.1 .. : n CO w 81-100} of s e } of sec 3 I. 18 r 29 containing OPEN FROM JUNE OCTOBER. 1 I r t t r pn rF.i

Tourists visiting Palatka Fla., will find acres.
kate all nigger* itu't euipectod -
BRUSHES GLUES l; & all the latest New York and 2SNoflot1a2insec13t16r28containing ;
WJ'7l[ Daily Papers
to gib more'a ID cents to'rdsde ixpen- bO G3-10Q acres and has J of an THE PUTNAM HOUSE.IMLATKAFLA.
Sonia on hand at IIziss' News Depot and
*CB_!" tr r.. ....... acre cf wild orange trees .
S2( -On Jnlington Creek lot 5 and e } .
"Xo dis nigger ain't gwine, ]rare dat's OLD CURIOSITY SHOP.
saosrsssKerosene of lot 3 in see 28 t 4 r. 27 containing 62 75- OPEN FKOM: NOVEMBER TO MAYJ
ob dat tom.r..hnclIfilar.
some more 100 _
acres. Address mail
by or
swfnjleo: -a njg if 4tln viblt rites and gits Papers mailed to any point on St. John's 7-On Indiau River lot Tin sec 2118 telegraph,

'um into lese hyar iuskurreptions I'd R1 er. Has on hand a fine selection of r containing 40 acres. F. H. ORVIS,
Lamps, 8-38 acres on Indian River lot 2 in at Manchester from April 20 to October
rudder spend ay dime fur a prtie-box wW j.'LOn'ID.URJOSIT'ES. -
sec 1:: t 26 r 36.t21)Tract at Palatka from October 20 to April 2(1
a tjn brie pin in it. 1 weld !" All orders will be thankfully received, 40 30.100 acres in sec 16 t jnn.12'75.zr

|t thought a minute, and then sail : .11. fIST UATLRfALS "C.rraU' and meet with prompt attention., Gin hima 12 r 21 has 5 acres cleared. TATOR

tl b'leeres you'i got ate o*de kip,Pete.'* calL *. *' 'oct'4'74 tf. :JO- x tract of 320 acres good land 9 DK. PLEA ANS i ,
Captain TOGEL
L miles from Ocala or Silver Spring on the ,
andAstral ,
'sand they both last' their ways, *celebrated Radiant Kerosene R. R. route. : Will.ant 11! further notice leave Charleston

10,1 ___ Oil, by the barrel, case or can, always MetropolitanHotelJACKSOyVILLE' a 1-A very desirable plantation of 160 DENTIST I every Tuesday eveniag, and Savannah
on hand, Our stock of(alltheabore
%5 LIa1D \Ttsn&."Next winter's gwine and acres cleared land with a superior two PALATKA every Wednesday: afternoon for Fernandina
is complete prices guar- FLORIDA,
goods very : Jacksonville, Palatka and
house situated Little Lake Intermediate
ltv to a pal,., hard one ef you b'Here me," aleoil folly at lei(, as ia Jjarannab:) or FLA. story on Orange landing, < .
..... 50 orange trees just beginning to bear and
eaUia; steaatMAIttuster Elevator Charleston. deF5'74 --- ; Is te
the prepared all
ou perform operations on. RETURNING I
a 100 3 year old seedlings ; to be had at a :
Your attention is respectfully called to the Month and '
Teeth.
Artificial Teeth,
iitHda7. the has land than Will leave Palatka
bargain as owner more every Thursday
the above House, as a first-class Hotel in from one to an entire sett furnished,on evening!
F1Tb a'l1a?*' a rK rter asked. .. he can cultivate. and Jacksonville .every Friday? morning
r Constructed of brick and Gold
r. respect.! PUtina other '
every material in the
'- :$-i-A plat of land 3 miles from Pal- .! or to suit the tide Fernandica same day
k.\'de'lu""ttttr': lfURSERIt; entirely throughout, the rooms are best
r -6. t. RALLESTOWN near: alka' 200 acres, with 35 acres under cultivation manner., v mayStfJNO arriving in Savannah:! and Charleston
'Ti't11. large, afro, neatly furnished, and ample every
200 4 & 5 old &
,
orange trees ; years Saturday.
lULU AEOT means afforded for bating. Is located in a
'd TUBEE
-yeter see 'ea so thick ?" buddings, in good order. TBKOCaa TICKETS AID Baas O.
of the the LADI3O
portion city, near post-
:-..They: re rather mumefoaAnJ *." rALATKA, FLORIDA, bee pleasant: steamboat itndings aid other public :(7/-A small cottage on Laurel street, 5 CITES 7b* J. IW: TOBK, PIJ1LADII,

for sale cheap 40 orange trees on the FHIA. BALTIXOKC; AC.
Uoa't .
dey sing a bit. Consisting of .' places. S DRIGGS
These
Orange Sweet All tbe beds hate the celebrated Tucker place. I steamer.eonaectwitbFlorida R.
trees.
"'tyybejheyVe'out besides
antic of 300 trees R. at Fernandina
'f ') in in addition to superior mattresses, 38-\.lounll: orange grove ,' Jacksonville Pensacola
\U kbwtet.aeouAita 9C 4)inga, range variety springs DXALXK 1 "
.y } .f M* baildin on the east bank of the river one | mile & Mobile Railroad at Jacksonville,Et
bedded on ..stocks, Lomons" Limes "ar-The Heading Room is well supplied with
.are bad" Qrape Fruit, Blood Shaddocks, tbe current literature of the country,while from town, 1 mile river front 40 acres of China, Crockery, Glass, Wood Joh ', Railroad at Tocoi for St. Augustine,
'*Cowmuksf land with dwelling, barn and other oat with steamers at Palatka rot Mellontille,
Bjnannas, Guaras Figs, the Billiard lioont is the largest and finest
"&, acouK'es: sound, understand. Peaches, Grapes, in in this section of the South. houses and a cement cistern. AND WILLOW.WARE. Enterprise Bad the uppers st/ John's and
you 30.-00 St. Johns river miles south with
tables with &e. steamers for theOcklawaba river
Tariety.AppTe"sPearsQuinces The are supplied meats, ,
T>rawii9f trc lijU warhje! sat of jorder, grafted on the Haw, from the North, and we hue all the vegetables of Palatka, 7 acres. New house 150 orange Kerosene Lamps .ChandelierSjBrackets For freight or passage apply to
feRrfijf'ftf' the' .phonocamptio. trees a very de-irable place. R. J. ADAMS, '.
bolldipg Apricots Plums, Cherries grafted and delicacies which the Northernand Agent.
<
Lanterns
Their folle 4O-A tract of land due West from Water-Coolers, > ang9 .If- abtblF1orida
'-. song tacks away iu the 4i wild .t cks.SfJtt Southern markets afford. ;I

.....eeaslt were, the pound. is refracted, 'on- Nrke Lut. Address iRa'es of Board $3.00 per day ; liberal half Palatka mile, unimproved from town. 40 acres, one" and a KCADZIES. CELEB: RATED ttATXHFILTEUSMason's :,' fIlussey : ,._' ,
1! ? terms will be made to parties wishing toengage .

.WC 11. J:1 !': \C J_&_SOX.! rooms by4he month: or entire season 4 I-A well built dwelling with 8 rooms Porcelain .
kti.ilF ash 'bout dat' -f i * : and comfortable out houses, a pleasant Hoyell
'
q1Tben :: -1 j-
butt teU Jb'Olt 8.1LL.. i
bOil, situation second li eJ.topseJr-sea1iog Fruit Jars
on street. n Rogers
tgwiae' 10' be a hard] The proprietor assures the public that ., ,

leinter. bIt, bat( maD, bflel no pains will be spared to make their stay ..T.A.'S. llUI1., smith & Cc's Silver Plated Ware, .' .
a )
rag comfortable and
not atu: pleasant.
io' down A boast with four rooms on '"blxk 27 Land & Heal state Table and Pocket ,:,
is butiness
Hoping to obtain liberal share of your AK9tm ; Cntlery.
eftuated in a pleasant part of the town.T iJOBBI
tJ'.i.:1Su: 1 er per patronage I remain yours respectfully, :;: C. t ';
it
.. lis lance has on fortynie young or3e Bird. and Bird-jeed
.
p... .. : IIlln. 4 reel trom three.to fire years old. notll-tf ] T. B. TOGS, Proprietor. cages RS.iR .
.. ', ; ..
ouog ro Prepare ockinj! BirJ Foai.a:>>; gjasr- :. ..
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.. General
of *
: 1Caatiags, at a clUb mc.t t 1L "'.:- w. Ii. Jn xtsce. r : t. J "" Agency al assortment of .
"!>; *., a e = 'un .
:" \. .
Hat close eoatinemeD' t 1 __ .Palath Florida .JIours-Faruishlcs.: ,. Goods. IIotcfc t J '.- ,
a very tenib1e FIRE MD LIFE JMSUMCE.$ { ,
Lard <*. p.ni.boaeDt, upon .rrtt) ROF. J; JOB WORK_ < < "
offered Wm t 10,000 if he would tri E.EMAN'S I Boarding-Ileuses, .- g fjlErQDgS
., ii ItQ year,. 11. accepted the cfcr. .n (Representing Fire Insurance.) Restaarantstud Bars farnianed. Orders @ : : ;,

ndreJ rraaa ibe .'.i{.to a dark ,all fif- b r.. Shop i *. .' by mail proniptljr attended .T
l wa a ten. u. Etna, 'or Hartford. .
f wan allowed |ltttntyac. .f \, ; :.;." ; -
;. food. iig/t) book... : \ French Chink Tea Sets, Wplects $16,00
ted writing nateriols ;Colnmbur Stone Sots &0 8.00( ;''!oI; : JACKSONVILLE, Fi>A.
piece
CitlNrgla Home Ga Qhina'Tea
lie bas OufcrroJ 1m 1 1 I. C9&fC0 { t t ; .. .' ,.
., r 'K81* rr ni UK prison. aBU d t taa+ e t R 1t .'.P : .5
": Stone China Sets 83 pieces20.00
I Diner
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1 rizt'deer.
.J pendisgEa hard-earne4 cola iu Pan Ul 1.;WYtIAAA t C: mfcln-d Capital Eight Million DOllars. .KtO :--i '. _
Y t.- EtounChiaaChamber. SdJ' 10 pieces janO'Tj I/.

iatFbdiag lo return to the stage j IOU esn hue a:1: braDch .f ftu And the ) Stone China Chamber Setsdeeorateila -.--,-. ... -- .. _.. "'''-- ----
!! his f..o.L&.I: 1 T6nHrb' t .
B began ;
n.
; expel bt a I ar t d at t. -
se in any: aryle desired -ISpteeea ,. : 16,00
k c.
twenty five, ]kit !i.:. 4:, ui i : :, Oj g t!l'artieular u'ennort 1'4.d t. cutting I.J .. mpany C.C.'.Cban.ljer Sets 7.piece: -. ".60 ....:1." .. .
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