The Eastern herald

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The Eastern herald
Uniform Title:
Eastern herald (Palatka, Fla.)
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Place of Publication:
Palatka Fla
G.W. Pratt
Creation Date:
September 18, 1875
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v. : ; 56 cm.


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Palatka (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Putnam County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Putnam -- Palatka
29.647731 x -81.651259


Cf. NIM, 1973.:
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).

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THE .HERALDJCRI I ne err aihun scenery. Jihn ilofaer;) clenched his hands ands ,Gloves at a FtaeraL
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I Good Remedy : Hard Times !
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--- The eldest of these maidens WI: ground his teeth when he thought of! ju _
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SIS r Elizabeth: tOalJawa, a Fb e j MeDRS I NOr f'tght fl1QJrandIFldJen .>t.eM.thaa t century ago, it was customary 4 .
tT* Idvance. 71 1''13 ct of life Jitter Jt:t JhHo\a! c( !f tnUalAl? a1'tu as A fyrgot h'i 1iill and as perhaps r it i is now in some sectionsof ,

J'erAnnulnin" Six: MonthsThree ( ). : :: :: 00) natut'. ecntGOlur&4tveutuca) ?toth5thoughts : kin f fi bma >f-thinktog ofhi. apt.teJ :1.. cur country to present. a pair of gloves
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Months. : : 1 00 and tastes: of the early settlers Boone. We can easily snile over itf to each' of the bearers of the corpse. How, -- .
: 10 so, while the euphonious name oBessie now, bill let any man pat himself in v
Single Copy. : s ,. .vhensnd where this custom originated,
.might j have harmonized well the place of any one of these youug ,Ii1V1
we know net ; but ft is one which perhaps u
A. 'n l.isementl will be well displayedcd with the murmuring ritxr;)audtthe, soft men, and asL himself how he would,
would bi honored ia ihe
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ja.r>icuonsly inserted in the Ih&nD and lanquiJ aspect of nature in her feel in such a pursuit, knowing that the, "
t-the following: ; rates. than the observanceIt -. t B. LILIENTHAI
I> pJt1\f.\JU :" ng11IaPual oflkld summer garb, the hard _every day life girl he loved and hoped to male his happened that Cudj, a black man of
Urevierlines orTess)) 1 insertion $1 W oftbe,! )enturoul dweJIers J .i irLjht I dark wife vra3 in ihcrrpoiref of rjutlleiscrnclaodtreachccoatSaTages. !! ,
4 t died and all the '
fiddling note, ,
For.every subsequent insertion, 7fic) andVoody; ground' eroCd to comport( ,' 1 itu jui! negroes
lest with tta harsher name ef Betsy. When the Indians started with the far and near, were gathered\ together, hi : *

to MST; 0? STATS AND PUTNAM So Elizabet was known simply as girls they made the younger! ones take order that he might with"due, respect, be ', ... *

COUNTY OFFICSBS. Betsy Calla JI-Dot a name suggestive oJf their shoes and put on mocassins: "gathered to.his fathers... .xTtIB PftOPRlBTOR F TIIF.
"".\1a poor Cadj} ,"' sakj one, "who'll1 > j ,\: :" :fi -= 11.11 o;. -
. refused take
Ito[ romance, jet she was withal a gentle but lictgy to off her shoes ... .
DEPARTMENT. and had maiden fan- and she walked forum his bow now !" :'+ "
EXECUTIVE <:and a loving girl, as along ehc ground .r -
(Governor-Mareellas L. Stearns. 'Ides that.rave the deep color of romanceto her heel hTtHhe soilWWdve? ahralians t' I "lie no need t,1 any rosum. now," saidanother t ,

Secretary of State-Samuel B. McLin. one of the inciden ts .Qf)er l feJn 1', tie'nn. this 1hj 1Rl1 made the i ; "he done fiddlin' foreber and A
Attorney-General- Archer Cocke. I the wilderness. She-it?just tttncd wlloI!(! ts nY wank ,a "ft Knd deviate I d '...* .. .

.//Comptroller A. Cowpi11.'TlealurercharteIU.. Foster.; of eixtect! at 4 as.she' *att under the C tre! from the jpoor&c, as to wade through; ''tes,** said a third, "he fiddle hung andes Cheap th11as sh.Sj i

Superinlendant of Public Instruction Itbat sultry" iriimeT afternbofl; 'ninety.i e'wdferand t uestroy the trail. Thenthe elf now-,he pone hIm any m.rro"

"I William Walkin 11ilks : nine.year: a this day U the f uu. that: J undaunted Betsy broke offuigs In Such mournful, and sentimcnta1 Jerras
Adjutant-General-Jobn arnnm. n6 wjatidttel1'<..Je t6r 'ugh \be foliage and dropped them along the road: never they miA ht(be heard talking groupaand
Commissioner of Lands an Immigration. donbtibg for a moment that her father squads until ;
i- andjglayed, upon bJtr roandipgfojmand! the procession was ready tomove.
I .PnniaEagan.(Post-Zffice address of,above, Tallabatsee.Ir } t.j athwart her well set head seemed to and her lover would soon be in hot .r. "They had no 1 beam. ; tbe erpewas"borne'on .

f I- f" bring,ont more \fully jtbejljtbesomcncss! pursuit of them; and when the !a'agtrsthreatened the shoulders .of the pall recelrdt.'sttMat.swgtaal. coot pries within TtJInTr dy,1-} : t r a.sistiag .
STATE l'RISOS.J. other young womanhood, the glossy her with uplifted lomahatrk bearers. A long procession was formed In pegt! .tr- .

i 'AVarden)[. Martin Chattahoochee. blackness, ct her 'raven tresses i. and t slie) .jxJfsjstcdiojhis i .jhliJcrcUy and the funeral proceeded with all olemnltjj -
the rich olive' coloioT tier (dark: com tore off portions of her dry and drop. -until suddenly iL G.1me..1nte the head CsatS' Turulathii: <4J4Jd". .

d .JUIDCJf.= rJR!>lEU. plexion. ped thenr on the rood.w of ,
1 I Tompey, one of the bearers, I bat Heat-
4 "D .1Ylslt COtet:". The other girl were younge by;wo Ijaooe'a, .,p.arj.Y..s found the 1>:oil lr bow or other he had beep shamefully neglected dinar-,:. \ot lUll", Croi1'( I' ",
_ jChUf-Jnslice b[. Randall, Jaeksonfille. yqa1 t fdhd'. afacrld' frqm i hf f In ppear- and' oaad'itt( rapidly) ,'fearing that the in the article of glares. To ascertain
loee- Fanny Jallaway was fairer: than 1 girls-might grow weary end( be put to
Associate Justice-J. D. \Vejtcott, .Jr,, her sister plfcasfng death. All Sunday night and all Monday whether thastkers had been overlook J.>ro-I'oiha "" Tohncco, & ("J-
TaUfhauee. \ J Betsy Jhjifc&oynorc ed in, the a.>me; ma nero he-. not withstandii ,
I in The third girl Jemima: the pursuit was kept up. On Tues
JnsUce-R. ,
; Associate( B. Xarf Valkeni appearance: log the sole y4f thtQc, f41i.D+ u.'tnd r ,g
urgh, Jfteksbnvlli: r I clUJi UB. Boone, was also naturally fair and, like day morning a slander column of smoke the
lnk=Ly1iia ." FS&erTTaTIahaatee.Jsl ; Fanny, owed w(Seoci( of fairness she was: seen in the distance, and the expe- p followingjoquiiy : IS ORDER& TO MAKE ROOM rot 11IS
: may have lost to constant exposure to rienced eye of the hunter at once detected 'i 4s:yuir. bayou}!(r Any grin T"

, :.1 } tigcis'ircxii : i the weather: >Tor werethce, younger the camp of the Indians. A 910.}Ponpey, { got up grav."

I i Circuit-W.W.Van Ness. Pensaeola. matd nslwith6ut'the'irJfaBcics, too, for serious1; difficulty now prdsenled itself. "1rb.; < mf lee Joy.go&.A grin t" ,
t 2d Circuit--P. W. White, Quiney. the wilderness matures its occupants How were the 'capUm To be rescued M .#:r pipej., I got no gruv."

r 3d Circuit-.Wm.'I. JJrywn A SuwanneeSta- rapidly, and though ,but fourteen years' without girfng the captors: time ,to kill ,. : "JLM| >r;e Wasbingiou, ttq yet, gt aajgruvT" IMMENSE -STOCK

ttoa.4th Circuit Robert' B. Archibald, Jack counted the lives of the two girls, each them There was but little time,for ;: : ,', !
sonville.5th had a lover who was a hardy: and bold reflection, as the Indians must quickly > "No,,r-pej, not a.ajgn a bit p',oae."

JrcuiU-J. II. G /s, Oeala.. ; .. t piooffPand ready: to encounter'ancJr.n.gcT'torhir : ..... discern)*ihejt( ,{>teecfif e. "> ,Thc-uhito "Cato be you got a gruv." ,
Pith blrclI1tt-Uaer.bttht1.! f s : ; }!' y-love. men were sure shots :and so they ".No, (ren I>mpey, not a morsel .'.ose."
i 7lh d" it..J. W.: Prfee;Enterpriie. Perhaps these young girls were silent picked their men fired upon them, and "Jim be you got a,gruv!"

STATE ATTOESITS.. : and Wt tbera. Conitn ;:iF.p with }heir rusbe, iota bejcamp: tq the rescue:: "NoJ got noae." IMPORTED FROM NORTHERN MARKETS. HAVING STILL ON IIAND .,.

lit Circuit-D. L McKinnon. Vernon. now thtagbts'or tlnnking* of their al l; At th f njoracnt': pfthe attack the girl] 1 1"JIuJK ,JOS lot any grin: too,"

2d circus -Bolling/FJ JUfcefc KILl, Madisjn.Taiiauassee.3dCiceutliCba | J tent heroes, who hd gone out that day were sitting at .the foot of a tree: Betsy "No, Uomp.not. a Jam: bit o' one." .

4th Cfreirltt-T: ? A. McDonnell, Jackson 4 : with Boone and Callaw ;perhaps they with a red bandanna handkerchief "Toby yBUget any grin !" ,
were conversing about their matrimonial thrown over her heed, while the headsof
ville. .Yo wat de Jebll
: j 6tbCireuit-O orgeJ.Ar ,)ll anoPl' arrangement; perhaps they, were Fanny and Jemima were reclining; in know haint. FIFTY BARRELS OF FLOUR

Gth Circus(" otepb..n. \fau, Tampa. idly chtttfngf t *about'anything} ijtf her lap. Betsy's olive complexion Not one of got a !" ,

ilh CircuU"rb'ol. -- h" ,11 7i0tiellonville. .,. everything, and nothing; for feminine came near serving her a bad turn at jwj" grnv ..T ;_. ,1 .
i"/it. !.No! No! angrily repeated all.
nature a'hundrcd years ago, and in the this juncture, for one of the rescuing ..
"Nor I too, said C .
wildest wilderness, was not unlike it is party coming_ suddenly upon her mis- Dlpey, trow. him Of varied' will not take advantage of the rise in flour roailrL, w*')};Ire his
COUNTrf'OFF1.f.ERS.PCTlAlr now, and in the most civilized com toalJ1t: c foran Indiao i _and ,was about- I flown t and let him gohimselL" '- customers the bentfii to purchase at former prieee some and coaruxe urMJTH"u I
C PAtATKA. At the cousid it ad trooblo, to bow' dent time '
word the goods
uncongciouTOmljo ; forget sfgnrLilienthaPs
'lc1qJ.jrEt munities. Butas evening drew near to knocK her brains out with the butt poor ,.,._

son.Judge Count. Thomp.. the I last lingering breath of air seemedto of his rifle when a friendly hand intervened was thrown o.!.' -.not gently-! !"' to .. "to' ,. .v't'.; .. .. -

Clerk of Court-W. C. Rn... lull itself to rest, end the July heat I and saved: the girl from meeting get' to t/igravtf ET'M atliejeeaid.Sf 3fr "*s 'h
Sheriff Joseph II.[ Mann. seemed to become still her death at the moment when' JK \ tIt *
more oppressive just Another Step in Civilization.:"-: i Cheap Gush S'ioe.-;
of Tales Ceo. W. Lyle. *
Assessor The quick ear of one oi tbe girls caughtthe she saw liberty within her reach. .
Collector of Revenue--Co k Carleton. .:..;% '!' t-.-..: : '
Treasurer-W. E. Ransom. sound of the river as its subdued The fathers :and gallants: carried their now seems as if the mucbxiebated '
Snperintendant of Schools-E. R Chad niurmer floated up the silver bank, and"t loved ones home in triumr i tenl this project of running a tunnel from Dover to :' -

.iiick. > proposed that they should go a romance of life in Kentuc pntury Calais under the Straits, this. joining PaUlka !J..., September 4th,18. IL"
Surveyor-Cook Carleton. short distance below the fort towherea ago would net be complete without the France to England< by x ntlmioua a"' laud r" i- 'T ._' _
County Commissioners A. Boyd, A. canoe was: lying,+and drift out upon information: that the dreams of love haU1 1; ,
E. R. Chad- connection. ;Is.ta by( IsmrlipassedIrtnnaef lyeoneide
M. Doyle, F. M McMeekin, ... .
the bosom of the river catch the rising that disturbed -
to and happiness was: so cruelly NEW IMl'OllTING
wick, J. F. Tenny. d ,. heAtlJu''fJt ,Cotam nl has DUUG STORE.
coolnesof the nine this
evening waters. oinet'y- years ago : summer -
bill, and {1t now aiPaltJ: t; 1edecission'htlhe' ,
Jlardlynrero' f.heyseaicd, andj lire r> day were consequently all realized. ;
aOING OUTWITEiTUE: TIDE;) J ared tVpnsh: from thcshonCwhtattVcy; ) Bravo Betsy Gallaway became Mrs Lo'dae.:4 In Ihl=French AT WHOLESALE ..1."DlET.l1L.

r detected a slight rustle in the brush, Samuel Henderson, :and lived to tell Assembly a. measure of the !same characterhas t' .

liaise me up in my bed. wife ; and iff a moment more firs stalwart a' dhidcouilypainted'Ihdians the story of her capture to her children : been introduced.; There seems to be 1 NEW i Importing Drug noose is now being opened. n.\f STlt&ET'. a new elect.
nd scientific! obstacle\ to this 'tunnel. J\ below the NATIONAL HOTEL JACKSONVILLE, PL.t., ky
There's the sound .the sea in my ear ; leaped: to tlidaide and her children's children. Little building .
And it sings to mjr soul'in'a music of the" canoe and pulled it close to Fanny became Mrs John Holder; and The soil under the Channel is chalk 'l I -

That earth is tot blessed to hear, tie shpre, W bat gir) of sixteen could j I Flanders: fial lJ"] !waj took: to Msjiome .formation, easily] mined, and the distance ... ,: .l! t J be It Miss Jemima Boone and thus is'not very long.: .\ tunnel between Eng..
Open the little vridJoir, wife}A3 t equal to such an emergency? was I : cemented -

Then tome and sit by my side ;; here that the sentimental girl, who had I the friendly ties of the Bjones and land and France would add much to the "'be.m keep coaslhnlly'id bind pare English, Fr"'IJAQ..10erm. Drugs, Modi. Hvoo.

We'll wait''God's weeCflood.water. ,just been dreaming her absent lover, i Callawavs. It is a long time ago; nighon civilization and comityof Europe. Most Cbetakles Perfumery with all the late Domestic preparations of the .day.

To take me out with the tide. r.. and wandering through the realms of, to a hundred years, and nil of tM;-troubles between European nations EVERY ARTICLE GU.R.STEEDYD SOLD AT THE LOWEST CASH PRICE
maiden fancy with, love sick girls like I tors in ihe romance have long since bare amen from tbe want of knowledge! of ,

I see the harbor.barsife herself in an .instant converted herself departed, but their memory is: green one another.k The eloier'the nations come MANUFACTURERS OF TilE "FLORIDA PINE TAR GO\TOU( SIUU."

And my dear little boat in the bay ; into the daring and hardy woman of the with many of u3 yet, and we can alt (together the more they wiU learn, respect
But who shall be able Xo gttide her., ; frontier; it was here that Betsy Galla- well afford to give few bought to' the one another. Commerce and the interchange Combined with the "Liqaldamber Syradflu| oral ire 3wetttT, which forts one
c t 1 of the best "Pulraonlc Syrup overused ; it relieves Gougfe So-re Cttt, Wfakaoft.
When her master J' h passed"away3 | way, without a moment's hesitation, event that marked their characters and of friendly intercourse bare eradicated Hemorrhage. A'thm< Bronchitis &c, No possible harm eau result front its use,
J know that her helm,-so trusty, determined to defend the honor and the the times in which they kitedand: the animosities between France and b'lngSyrup of Oums." ,.

f JSTlll answer no other hand I lives herself and her YOUJ companions I loved.- CourierJournaf., .. England-animosities which at one time Special attention given-to the Prescription Ofpirlmeni at .It\4tdrt.f the -lay, and

As it answered mine when I knew wife, and wrote her ., name in the annals 1 ---. wrapped the w krn flames. fronu night by the most competent and reliable Pharmacist PHI gilded with a pccular
Southern Women and :Men. Apart '&:oM or silver powder made in France for that purpose.wlith! deprives thoo of aH an
of the
You for the strand. Kentucky. Standing erect in canoe
waiting I
were me on
the wbicUfl
immense e tunnel taste and! odor witbout
..... ,. fl pleasant impairing their efficacy in tb. taut. .
before fi.reJ< ;' \. ',* she seized the'padd1e, and at a From a recant letter, written by Miss would bring to BR Amerm\ trateUer to Medicine Chest furnished l and replenished with pare; and aeeuraeat short n-ettet..
Our boys are all ; t* blow laid open to the bone the Constance FtnimereVoolson, while on a the Continent, 1.r political value as an Also on hand Fancy Parisian Ornament. (Parlor and Toilet.- ), Lubin's Genuine Extracts -
Wee Jack is beneath the ware, heat..of the foremost savage. The I visit through the South.,to *Ue. QleTe land of cannot: be overestimated. Soaps &c., boagbt at 65 Rue, St. Ann, Paris.
And b1ue- 1.d Freddie sleeps, wife, other. Indians pressed on, but, still un I Herald, we quote (he following: You can agency peace -- --- All orders from a distance promptly filled. Thirty years experience (aad' hating
In yonder yew-b wercd grate, daunted the brave girl fought them tell a southern girl at once. She round Queer. for seventeen years of that: time given personal attention! to the purchase and importation -
er than her Northern sifters ; indeed she of drugs &c. from England and France) warrants the belies f that etttire salisfa*
Where the daisies cluster with the ot mother
early i
protecting tion will be all
is never thin or Unit she walks with a given to who may favor us with their kind attention ,
Around his baby,be4, -:. fi }t':: .' her young Finally: 'exhausted, languid step and all ;her movements are In view of the clMpi of the.Roman Catb- NovS'74-tf. J. I. ORIFFIN, & CO., Druggists Jacksonville n"N.
And the thrush sits chanting softer she sank to the bottom of the canoe, slow and inJolent ; she is never alert. She Olio Church th l1e jrfy j. not fettered -

In yen tree that shades the dead. !and with her trembling sisterand; has fine'roft eyes, with a serene express.:on la they KlleglrMf it does eeem .
friend was dragged ashore, and hurried very diHerenl from the quick keen eyes queer In lo< H r the world to find H.[ MORAGNE M. n.

There's a chill runs through our, heart's, "toff to meet whatever fate' might be in of the North; she has not the beautiful ,them, at v P ,intg, opposing constituted 9
., j red and white of New
wife : complexion EngUadyrather .
store for them. .
author/ "
is she
sallow.wilh few rose untsyou;
When (be arbor-bar doth mean ; We have honored thememories of might call,her ;cream eoler. She never; We will not speak of their conlinn \WHOLESALE) ttl-TtlL '

Bat a darker grief wjll be yours, wife, ,, ,the heroes of Bunkerllill ; we have reverently looks anxious, 00 miller what happens; al Ee fort against. the public schools o .
When you're left in the cot alone$ "< celebrated the occasion when does i6fhink she can help matters by country, and ''iho various mobbu let DRUGIST
But a few more flows.of the sea.. turned his back her advice or interference, bai sits back: I ;
,. ..wjfj George Washington calmly and. learestrery-thing (o "Brother orangemen, etc., but turn first to 'ch
Then God's sweet food! fehallrlng you sword to a cause in which failure: would a way 1 defy Northern girl to imitate Just been Sent to prison In Swlf ,end ,

b Agai.n to your old man's side! be ignomy and death ; ,wc are : ptcpring -. The word might be used as a shibboleth ; the Government has: to depose two hope
to celebrate with impressive splendor it is not exactly "pay," but half way between DRUGS. CHEMICALS OILS
The red sun is low in the weak wife eentennial of the that and th, aunJof "&." *j'or th j e of lawfecit IIl'm ny the I ml1mrnm -'
the 4anniversary m !
.. set 5)H02Syi2gPAIATS : f 2?
Mg are :;)
And the tide sinks down with the sun ; memorable evlntthat gave us iudePen'deuce Our Southern girl dresses picturesquelyrather -- .
the of rebeTTi HBp umber bad
T\e will part with each, other in lore wife,' and illustrated the exalted coar" than 'trimly, has brighter colors example CIGAUS,

Per sweetly our lives hare ran age of the statesmen .of 177G ; let us and more floating ends and curls about tobecoB, neJ. In Can+YI6 a priest defies
i the Trivy Council In Br ml serious riots PURR LIQUORS FOR JlEJUCAL rVRPOSBS.
site me your hand, my own lou cruse for a moment to do honor to this Her than'a Northern belle allows. She

As yon gate it in days of yore; brave girl, who battled so-'boroically has pretty plttmp.hand,;-bat she is not bare occurred because the Bishops would ." I. .

1ft)will clasp them, ne'er to be sundered with a foe that even strong men hesitated particular about the gloves; that cover themI not obey the law of the land. And now G-arden.. !3eeds dbo.fure ., cc Mf
we have SalvaJor, in which the IUfbop.has
When we meet on:the far-off.shore. to encounter; let us lift the romance ,- mean particular par: d' withFlflhavenne ,
\ ---'.. of her rude life out of commonrun rules.' In*Wrt, she if a more( voluminous stirred up strife ana caused considerableloss "
: ::t ----
A CENTENNIAL ROMANCE. of girlish Fcntiment and make her sort of a girl in every way, And : n
love one of the episodes of our his cares less about:? ifaf. f'$tii9n.vShe' has In the latter case,we most aJjait: that. 1

It was Sunday, July \4f 177d- just tory. one decided advantage awes: the Northern the Bi I j 'f\n. ij id, thecican. tltiQg in gi ire n ,Chemicals. $ and Genuine Vrugs,
ninety yearj ago to daYod the rudely The consternation at the fort can: well girl}',however, and that is her voiee ; it I ia orders onPeter to open the gate's ot b-a- ,
ponstrueted fort at Boonesborongh; lay be imagined. The fathers of the girls sweater and lower, littje'trilnante Ten .o those wlo had been killed in the J-1 *

ia drowsy stillness, on the bank: of the toon returned, and, before the night hapj but essentially and: per- riot. or-aslhe Ciah.o"Jied .

Kentucky river. D;QieJ' Boone abd Closed in, Daniel Boone, at the head of I I cannot. seal s"o highly gentle'of Southern womanly., for religion."-,Sav.:Rfyuler.j' i wi-., ....'.I ti Willie_ kep cODst Qtl!, en: hand, together with a FULL 8TOOK of the
11 his friend and associate,Richard Gal la- .. party foot tj and : men 4 I .'<1" .. .
onY* I the young men 2 t 41&j; :They' ,do not Os AnvxavIstro-The New :Orleans !
t way, had been absent since early i in the Bichard CallawayJ at; dhe h-s< | ot a .. CELEBRATED PREP RATIO'iS OP ,
iporniop, and the.&good wives, shares in party on horse back, were fjfp pursuit. seem to know ex:> tly,what they represent., ._fie y.*4 In one."'or its financial articles J i e.

the toil of the early pidneer day, ) tfe'enjoying 'JifBooqe'sparty wre tunnel !'They have nthherthe 4alm'ce'rtalDI "oflimpo.rlance says : 4Tliepeop"e who sit nervously'! iocountinghouses !
tbe rest tha 1 possessed by the oM lime behind. : j JOHN WYETH : & BROTHER:
> the'Latb Hendemnj,4 hir Holder and F1andrrll er them good !".: .. ,
brought even to the unbroken walleye' What youths Southerner, nor the bright active energy waiting for cnslomiirs to take them bl'' "

Tcss, In the grateful. shad of a tree Oallaway.such determined-looks gave and oa'da: them'I and ambition of thea' tiorlberner.I' .' storm, 's nd making no efforts to let. the : To t e'iSsortuieQ: ''.which i. I *o'ulJ'call-tli* especial attention\ of PhTsictaosgeacrallj.

ijone corner of the enclosure: three 1 I press. on 50 eagerly Ttfas* jil i bnly a'higbt11 I' They are swept do aj Jtrca'by .world know the. 1 bargains thty hive!o offer I I : .' 3' uviiiPalafca *- i, .

'rang girls just blooding into woman- that prointed' ;)lbcintoscue the stream, y'else hjM R+ pJ ashore will find the season very anpropjtious..,
'\d, and giving an unwonted charm spirit In little P I ,
> the. ot forlorn and captured damp some bay, 4 oa tbe bank I -
tie evidences Af filljation t Twenty-one millions franco have been \ Florida.
rough sets asSamuelJJeadereon strode and talk about their Msj r j A young -
i had but recently forded, ,them- A\ij : ho ith so far subscribed in Francs for the sufferers I
along. be thinking of the olive I er race is growing up, fleas iLys'
open the primitive h s omy of i Cheeked was adapted to the tImes .YCIt' I by iauadition : .r..IfJ; !:!: m :3 ;,)
heroine, Bety/Oallawayj 1 and nQre March, 17, 101; *- tt

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!- _ __ __ J _.-- -_ .. -,, :.
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"E After a great deal if fussing and fuming f

H L Dt the people of Palalka, finally given .
Signer fiilvano is at Lake City.A \
upthelde* .f having a lEt Thc oa-
: -= new cable Is lo be laid betweta Key
:: = rAI.TK.FLOBW.- .\. sequence it, that the pi all :grsring West and 1'811Ra..i.. New Goods J

up !io .eeJ-crithe and drunkeaess are .

8ATUKDA.Y., ijnl-uiIL tl 8. 1875 onutantly being( ; committed ; Our afreets The Key of the Gulf says that Key West

are noisy and fussy ; BO lady can pass I has 11,700 Inhabitants.

r' The committee! called in ihe ease of Rer. along the sidewalk without}hearing dreadful : W. II. Dewling. near Middleburg, claims ADAMS !

W: W.'hicks, .,f the Florida Conference, oaths or being nearly rrfjtYver blla'11 M grove of one hundred pecan trees. R J.

have investigated thersame with conscientious reference -- loafing negroes whose principal baskets The United States steamer, Plymouth, New G Jrif! I!
and with prayerful bodies
diligence Ood and his seems to be. lo stand right in every was in Key West last week and sailed .- OOQtS
lo their" responsibility!! to way and slapping off each ethers. bats No thence for Port Royal '':

care ladies are safe in going on the docks, because RECEIVING,
The Marianna Courier or"deaJfalls"
has extended through complains
This investigation, there is always a crowd of one coloror

'a has peiJod asked.o for'seven and diligently days.. The sought committee after but the on other say that in bathing it is not and only I on am week sorry days to stolen without cotton allctnie.Mr. the Is bought fame. being and( whiskey places where sold AT EST. C, PARKHURST, I )1" 0 ItW i R DIN G. ;

a'l: the te+ iJnOn.1JeariDi upon or supposed Snndsy morain,. Horses, cow'ho<<.,doa:', "
te-bearupe the conduct of W. W. HickS else allowed lo run ai G. (). Ketn, justice of the Peace, \\
and every thing are -- --- -- -
'during the night of the 15th of July, 1875, perfect 1 btr'". A town council once'worked" says the Reporter taken some very convincing .. A. ENERAJ4 :i

in.the town of Liv sOjk, end along the well here and why may it not again It evidence as to the Innocence of T. We beg leave to inform our patrons and the public in general that receivingby
line .?railroad f tldssee to Jack- trouble illbatf /its area P. Belbea and Parker It. Adams,.of Lake \, every steamer direct from Boston, New York and Baltimore, where tte purchases
will. The
for cash VJ I ICO
exclusively ,
aaJW reading City, against whom warrant issued .
tonville. And jrhearing, t..I.adlolmen an the place who know, were .t ? .
..ii. find therein for the murder of E. G. Johnson MERCHANT,
weighing testimony! and tie laws are
aa thai If there is a council __
:nxhing which. leads. them to believe that enforced that they will lose a few dollars O.i' TUB Conauf.-In its notice of the The Lar1est[ iJ Best Selected Offered P ialaiis. .

said W. JJIi was guilty of an immorality by it 5 therefore they club together and oppose arrest of Mr. Richard for tbe murder of 1+1

v lL:. BAnd further, from tbe iL One Las some* hogs and cows Dr. Johnson, the Union say : PALATKJi FLORIDA

'tcitiD U, believe .the said W. W. running loose and anothei' Sinf? horses 'Parties who know all the circumstances : f 1 10

'Hicks a s HiWbJout l\a\ night aforesaid and still another has the priti1eg/ .Mock connected with the latter arrestRicb WE ARE SELLING
ard'r,) assert that the evidence againsthim .
with thelJl pod before bis eyes in and they all. see that if there ls l until{.!, is almost concluclusive." }\\r
Cood 7 Cts. .
sincommission efforts tv prevent its willtbt. talten Calicoes, .
and horses
,reproving these
bogs cows On the contrary we are assured by several -
.. .,re. up, the other, that he will have i*> ffjf lo friends of the prisoner, that he will be .; Brown: Shirtings, 6 1-2 to 10 Cts. r .

l.eeol.ed. 1. ter of Cie specifications. the town a small sum for his wharf>geprivilege. able wi.bout any difficulty, to establish

.is' sustained! > } And rather than sacrficea few most conclusively and triumphantly, his Bleached Shirtings: 6 1-2 1 12 Cts. fIl.llJ-- ,
3.-TfcfrfJ oj+ :Itio$licrf being sustain- dollars for the pub>> Ic good they will go to entire Innocence of the foul accusation. ALSO DKALKR'IX Ny ; h

ed; the char t sustlhed.nmo these elections and oppose them when theycan He does happen, however; lo own. most 9-4 Shirting Bleached, 35 Cts.
3.-The c]' i h *Is Dot sustained not help but see what the
consequence for him anda
unfortunately a cream mare
Li' "m[I be. As long as crime goes una\nh- double-barrel shot gun, two most suspicions Kentucky Jeans, 12 1 cts-

[8ioe' W Moo .- ed it will constantly double arid thrible pieces of property at this particular DRY GOODS
"'1, a. }'..14M .%TRICE, and there is no telling where it wi11** d. juncture.-Jaektoncillt Prtn. Licking, 10 1-2 cts, ,

E. PHI We will prophesy what the place will come ----

.luRI F. 1 oc, to if it is not better managed ; and that is The Cincinnati Israelite talks "like a AND EVERYTHING IN PROPORTION. .

M M Mica_______ this : It will. decrease: instead of increasing Dutch uncle" to a certain class of young

u a
E r* TB pox'lSec: t; places and come here to buy and settle If there is anything which deserves to be r. &.I.. Qa OUI\IM .".I.

J"lll Srpteoher P, 181 where. their property and themselves are stigmatised as unreasonable, it is the per-

Iminary-examination of Ilarneyhe nol protected sistent demand that grows; up eons and NEW YORK i a

alleged Dr. The above is pretty strong and might daughters: make: of their parents for luxuries GROCERIES

still in .\ murdeir; .the lead a stranger lo believe! that Palalka is which they cannot afford to procure.

one side of the has notorious for. disorder. But Ibis is not Not only do they demand allthe delicacies AND ,

'all presented s7V the case. All things considered, the town which the market affords: and to be dressed -

, ot be beard for one or two dajA,71 is noted for good; order generally, though in the costliest clothes, drive in Ihe FERNAXDIXA FURNITURE

only ba presumptuous and injudicious,' */c admit that an efficient town council is most elegant carriages, and lire altogether WINE.Pure i

pot to say impossible! to express any' tf e- 'very much needed. The writer says that in high style, but'at the same time they Scuppernong Wines from Eschol .

Bided opinion as to the guilt or innocu '";\y will go to elections and oppose them" decline under mask of a thousand excuses Wine Company, Richmond county, N.C., STEAMSHIP LINE.HUNTS CROCKERY,

of the prisoner. However, so tote' rtis is not so. our elections are opposed by lo stretch forth a helping hand-the or sale by R. J. AD.UIS.
,de nee )has been conflicting, and mi e'afugh no one. The few colored men,with Henry sons in their fathers' business and tee .

,hi beta lntroduced 10 identify Mr. Richard Jones at their head making up a ticket for daughters in the household affairs. What THE CREAT SOUTHERN .-Gt PROVISIONS

as the murdered. What the additional evidence the government of this place was simply they like is to idle ...alheir time most ,

on the part of the State is, and ridiculous, and the reason why the late pleasantly, even I If it teals to mischief in

whether the strongest has been reservedfor municipal election went by default, was which they become the heroine. If these MUSIC HOUSEJK30NYILLE VILLE ,
because tte: leaders could not a res- and wish to lire
1 get men women
the last can only be surmisned. It Is young young LIQUORS
pectable board of inspectors to serve. and much lit themgoforlh HAY
so well put on so style
that the defence will ,
.supposed mainly rely ; CAPT. CHESTER.MONTGOMERY. ,
Knowing as the citizens did that the ticketwas and earn the wherewith, and they
upon rift&J'.cbollrill. t'flit".1
M :' Radical, and boded no good, the people would soon find out what. it is to earn honorably
JG/A. .
staid away from the! foils and let it die. large means, as they require their : FLORIDA. GRAIN

The1PblidelPhia Beta publishes an in- -in.; parents to spend for them to gratify their ,

terestingletler hosing I that the water. of --- thousand and one whims. they would i .
:artesian well I is not fit lo drink. There The Pensaeola Gaztttt has an account of soon stop their demands.

,is an artesian well. at Beading 2,000 feet an Arab by the name of Abra Cda, who Smith Norton &, Co. &C.

deep, testing $22,000, which contains forlyeeven provoked an altcrcationVrith Mr. J. P. These steamers: sail from New York,Pier ,

grains of road Wharf. WHICII WILL BE SOLD AT LOWEST
Artesian well at Fifth and Cherry wound him with a knife, Mr. Stevens iMIOPUIETQRS.
Sails from Fernandioa
streets, Philadelphia, contains 110 grains using only a slick in the fight.LATEST on Wednesdays.
Sail from New York
ef foreign matter lo the gallon, and can THE LARGEST ASSORTMENT OF I
only be ned to condense steam for th.boiler. ,. NEWS.The For freight or pasta ge apply to

An artesian well in South street I1ERM GELPCKE, Agent, :
Pianos 5 William?., New York
;,furnishes water not fit for steam. At
Supreme Court of West Virginia has Or" Or W. J. WOOD IVAILD,
Seventh street and Passyunk road there
decided that the act of the Legislature removing Sheet Music, Representing CHARTER & KING .
.are two artesian wells, each 100 feet deep, cvr
tbe Capital to Wheeling, is consti Music Books, F
,but the water of both is so i.i: ,are that it ,
tutional. Violins,
eau only be used for condensing. The
,water of the well at the Continental Hotel It is stated from Constantinople that the Guitars, Only One Dollar ,4 FORTUNE !IN IT. .Every f-rat .

i it not At Louisville there is a well Porte will make certain conciliations lo Flutes, ily buys it. bold by Agents. Address
:."19 feet Jeep, one iu St. Louis 2,086 feet Lervia and Montenegro as a reward for,-,
unrivalled Southern Remedy Is Savannah Weekly Moni Una.E
deep one In South Bend, and one in Terre neutrality. .. warranted. not to contain a single particle AND | For

I Haute, but the water of them all is imp-eg' There was a heavy frost in Port Jervis, Mercury! or any injurious mineral substance Will be sent to any address six monthsfor CSCCHJ, CCID .I01ISIEU5 lIp ill 1110!? rID( !sbU.
nated with. minerals and fit for medicinal but isPURELY One Dollar. This Is one of the cheapett "'
only 0
ou the night of the llth. It is feared in VEGETABLE MUSICAL MERCHANDISE weeklies 'u6lisAed. It is not a blanket sheetin
uses. At Atlantic City a number of that section that buckwheat. corn and containing those Southern Roots and herbs J wb ch all aorta of matter is promiscuously Well's CARBOLIC TAB LCST
wells have been bored in the hope of getti other late crops are injured. which an all wise Providence has placedin thrown. It is neatly-printed four PUT UP ONLY I. BLUE BOXEa.:

ig pure water, but not one yields water countries where Liver Diseases most page paper, compactly made up, and edit A Tried and Sure Remod)'.
,fit her house-boJ sse. At Ocean Beach the schooner Forshanotthe prevail. It will cure all diseases causedby or ANT HOUSE IN' THE SOUTH. ed with great care. Nettling of a dull or For sale: by Druggists generally and
---I Fur ha, is ashore. Her cargo is being Derangement of the Liver ani Bowels.Simmon's heavy character is admitted into the columns WM.T. KIDDER & CO. New Y.rkCACTIOS.
of the 1Vzc=LT. It is elaborately
an -
The Ceunell cf the London Zoological discharged. The vessel in good con<1i- laver Regulator 1 compiled compendium of the best things .-SOTICI.-TBI GKJriXK IPITnX
have and in tion. ORMEDICINE Pianos. Organs, Violins Guitars, and all
uteiety procured deposited that appear in the DAILY. News. The telegraphic WHEREVER IT UAS BEEN T! lEVJURUBEBA
their gardens a fine specimen of the Chim kinds .f instruments despatches of the week are reedited -
A freight train was ditched near Dillibo- Is i Ale icine i anJ and c:1r".II: weeded. of everythingthat
panzee. It U a male, aad about fire years eminently a Family : by .
ro, Ind., crushing to death three boys who being kept ready immediate resort will I.AXD i is not atrictly of a news character-
.Id. Jt is playful and rather timid in disposition
were stealing& a ride. save many an hour of suffering and manya FOR RENT also contains full reports of the markets ; has established h..lh. a perfect regrlator
and especially alarmed at the dollar in time and doctors bills. thus, those who have not the advantage of
'eight of'f a horse an J url. It was forborne The daughter of Prince Bismarck baa I After over Forty it Is stillhighest a daily mail, can get all the news, for six Urn and sure arising remedy from for improper disorders! ::Uc of:the sf :.ri:.

time In captivity in Africa before being been betrothed to Count WcndlzHoIenberg 'ring Ih .L. slimonialsZ mouths, by sending One Dollar lo the publish Liver and Bowels.
of the Prussian Civil Service. ']: "s "irtu YU.i e sr; or for one year by sending Two
ehipped for England. It sits .p and drinks I character ana i*< \ ) Eminent Dollars. IT IS NOT IN PHYSIC, bo' ;7'

exit of a cup or (rem a spoon and ..has Fred Scheurhardt t Sons New York I physicians cowmen .t The DAILY MOB.SIXJ: News is the same and stimulating graduiljy tbe removes secretive all Impurities organs, gnti/. a'';d

learned I ta Aid Its hands and to box in a bankers, have failed. Their liabilities>> are EFFEOt V L SPECIFIC FOR SALE OX THE INSTALLMENT PLAN. reliable organ of public opinion that it has regulates the entire system.

quiet war; with its keeper, who can alv mostly abroad. for Constipation, Headach'e, Pain in the always. been-vigorous, thoughtful and IT IS NOT A DOCTORED BITTi.: .
Shoulders, Dizziness, Sour Stomach, bad conservative in the discussion of the issues
but is
make it after fashion of aYlfi
laugh a its own Hon. Henry P. Blow, of St. Louis died t.ste1l the mouth bilious attacks. Palpitation of the and .
Old Instruments ttkea In day, lively, sparkling and entertaining
:when pleased and caressed. This Chiaa- at Saratoga suddenly of congestion. of the r.UjfeyBt de.:oondency.. gloom ... exchange far in its presentation of the news. ETABLE TOIIC
j>anzee is the fourth specimen of the kind and forebodtfc: l Tiltf if which are new ones. Write for Catalogue and In gathering; and publishing the latest information -
RALCICU N. C. 11.- .
September, the offarpin !Ie'FOR Terms. which assists digestion, ant thus 'in.
.l>kl fiasbeen exhibited in London. The ] : and in discussing questions of
The principal ordinances introduced in the Dr i 'STION. /. E. LUCAS Palalka the laces the appetite for food necessary t'' .r
rst, which was shown in 183C, and lived Agent, Florida. public policy, MOBVIXO NEWS is fully
eonvtntioB today.1I'ere the abolition of Armed 1I'itt. r.. tl" atesandchanges abreast of the most enterprising journalismof vigorate the weakened or inactive orgar <
:but a abort;. tau.e. was the subject of a mock the office of Lieutenant Governor, the,prepayment or'a1 | P* foc s i faced june575tf. times. Price, $10 for 12 months ; and rives strength to all the vital for-, <
I lierow eJe by Tkeedor Hook, which appeared without fear AWremedys. arioas Established 0LWt> CrocltfJ< BoDe> ta Cbrlestot> ,So.ft, $3 for G months.! CARRIES ITS OWN RECOMMKND '
t (in one of the magazines oftheiimfjhesecond of poll tax as a qualification BowelCkMplaints.. Resttt snear, The TBi-WixwtT. ;NEWS. has the same T10N, as the Urge and rapidly incre.,s.n&:
uffrage, abolition of the to..olbil.t a, auS&> / (features the DULY Nxws.. Price, $6 for sales testify. Price One Dollar bo-; 'P
a male pp $)n>cn, was welt and the restoration of the Courts of Pleas IT HAS NO EQUAL 1837. miAMl WEBB 13 month, ; $3 for 6 months. Ask your Druggist for it. JOHTT<)s Ir J".

.ln r..wn lo visitors to the gardens,; was and Quarter Sessions, to prohibit intermsrrUge + Cheapest, Purest and Best Family ..- Money for either paper can be sent by CoPhilPa.WholesaleAjp, t. h
saneh taller and strocjer than the Medicine in the World. P 0. order
new ,registered letter
128 or Express.atpublisher's
of races, fixing a civil and social Meeting Street. CONCERTO PAR-
: 'dared only bf WALERS
(Chimpansee. He died about a year ego I risk. augT'lf.
equality law from a Democratic standpoint J. U. ZEIL1N & Co., II I, Being now prepared for the FALL TXADC LOR ORGANS
effects ef void J
the A tbi
from a \.111
The Republican side of the house intro- Ucon.. Ga., and Philadelphia. rOlL 1875, wish to call the attention of the most beautiful in style: and per'. -
far less (interesting. specimen, was in the Juce on 11 two (rdin.nees,011e of whichwas Peace Sold by all Druggists.-Sold i merchants to my large and varied stock ofEARTHED RECEIVING IM FORWARDING are in tone ever made. Tile CONCERTO Si, :

gardens for 1& f.w ..weeks early in4hr rres- that PO convention should hereafterbe by Dr. IjBMCPalatka. feb ta tit best ever placed in an Organ. 1' .

..1 summer, but was withdrawn. 'r'A ...GLASS, produced lira* extra seto/reed.,pcou'
called unless the question was submit I Henry R. Tensdale .Aid ii' ,- ,
1 ly voiced tAe EFFECT of M t
ted to the people.. The calendar was taken WARELOOKISG GLASSES CIIAR\liSO rf60CL8TIRRIS/, whi e
Scant s or Sot'Taa \'uPI.-The i
\ up. The resolution to adjourn tint die 15 I [TAVINO superior Steamboat WarehoseIJLand its IMITATION of the HUMAN VolCi.: ;.-
New Orleans. circular September tat has introduced by a Republican, ass voted China, Crockery, Glass, Wood KEROSESE GOODS, JAPANNED Wharf facilities will. be pleasedat SUPERB. WATERS' SEW ORCrftI!: I
(//ilie fallowing remarks on the general crops : AND WILLONY-WARE. all times to attend to the business of VESPER. GRAND and VIALESTK ''h-
*>f the South : The aew commercial beginsto down. A ruolut : of the same character Kerosene Lamps ,ChandeiersBracketj! WARE, *C., their friends and the public generally.maill'69tf. GANS. m Unique French Cases c,>mb:1a
introduced by a Republican, lies + VOICING with peat TUIU ';
day and the future thanvtrr.WurejsjnceJke over under PURITY of :
prvrtises more Ladterni Water-Coolers
.. Tbe'4uth.rn the rules. It F4: eome up on Monday.The A great part of it Imported direct from Europe ( tone .nitab:.for PARLOR or CHURr'
war. KEADZIES CELEBRATED WATER FILTERS Besides staple goods; I keep always 9JS'c.-Scalc Piano...
large ,Vater;<
Slates generally has large crops of cotton report of the Register of Vital Statistics Mason's Porcelain stock of fine -
each singing tcml :o
.sugar, rice, grain, hay, potatoes, etc., and of the District of Columbia for the lined top self-sealing Fruit Jars.Rogers, .Lul* creatJo1l'er ., and .r. .
tie usual Southern demand expected by week ending September 4th shows that Sm\i\f & Cc's Silver Plated Ware, Preach CHna ana Cut Glass. BEST PIANOS MADE. These Organ i

the Wen.t.,: pro; sic.! s and breadstuffs, it 'the rate of mortality of the whiles was Table and Pocket Cutlery My thorough knowledge of the business Pianos crc warranted for; years ;'t"! : .

i,estmttRdt t w\l! Ht
: "
4 sad bala.e n'-mhly paym: -
un fully tfcJrty nearly &9 per thousand., The rale of in* Years, enables me to boy at the lowest fig cash
De lftn1.forpre"bioD'an:) Prepared ockin g Bird Food a general ures, and Seeond- ..<* insUtar.rsis at great tar
tin, per kept j for .readstutj, but will be crease of white population by births over assortment of which the consequently retailer to sell at price on gains. Iia.os E4 Or&in* !. real runt
fully wade air by tottIC.\demand if prices death was 1 and 4-6 fer thousand, and the Ilours-Furuiahieg Goods. Hotels, profit. a.handsome TED.for ** per coatr. c AGEKTft WAN-
are r !'oo.ble.In decrease of colored by deaths over births Special inducement to the trad. A
Southern States Boarding-Houses Wm. L. WEBB
liberal eisconnt t. TiuAerzYbsutenCA
lit a .large Dum '.f h_gl.' oar new I I.31 and 6.-HIO per thoteaad. Such mark- Restaurants.snd Bars ornisned. Orders cktt. ScA*.b. Lodg't, tte. ILLUSTRATED
is> ihe wood. which. soon will U fattened ed difference in the mortality whites. and by mail: promptly attended to. 128, Xttfay Strut, CHARLESTON.. S. C. CATALOGUES MAILED.

: with tbe|larg -crox4 :f cofn already made. blacks hare existed for some months past French China Tea Sets. 56 pieces $16.00 ang21'75 2m. W ffl S K IE SHave HORACE .WATERS SONS,
With the surpfus; bf grain,'partieottrly 1 of Various meetings have been held by prominent Stone China Tea Sets,5C pieces 8.00 NotJcc. tl 431 Bro 4w.j.."jew Yorjt. P.O. Box 3667gt21

wheat. And outs the South finds herself! an colored men lo discover a remedyfor Stone fjjMna Dinner Sets, 83 pieces 20.00 flood the test of analysis by four I : 4m

.",..tflt of these articles anTt'le creator of this decrease of then. .race, but without Stone c"J >a>Chamber Sets' 10 pieces 6.50 All peraolEltate.r de pand. a g ai s1 W e competent ehepifsta" rix t Prof. Sillman,
another revolution but (Li* time oat in success Stone C"i >$hamberS orated, Jo M BftgU, dtteafid, must State Chemist of Ceaa.; Prof. C.U. Shep.ard. -> present thed BHfcrjign'en within Jr.. State ebebita, South Carolina;
agriculture sad Uutlaes. generally upon aware th're were man, arrival* at Ri>me onihe 1G.OO Ihe tint preer'' B Bfl&rfer the Statute Prof. W. C. TilJen Washington, D. C.;
.fiJ bseie: ll Teaser crops are 11th. of distinguished 11.liuUDcI C.C. Chai l\y.-$*'t..j pieces 2,50 will. be lead JBJBJBBJlik the expiration Prof. John Darby, 1fl.w. York. AH ef Juret Received.

etotte.t. large .fs4>. which w I o'ax P. WALL, Fault" and "Fr,. from any Dcleterous Chimne I ,. tj +t will stand intense boar :
c"014..r, Logo ati I. .atpu/! 4)y a4tgastetethe /oar hundredth. ; birthday MichAel, : : ; : FLA Exeen .last Wil of JohaJJcDcrmotf Substance W titever." For sale tjjx&9 not break.f .

,'UU._ f farci,tf i&ukels. C,10. 1 may? 1&7 tf deceased. 75tf K. J. AlIA $. march6t P.. J. AD i'l.'


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;;lJ his A four few quarts days sincea of negro,and tin lad laid down .j. Notice to T:Setters and l Creditors, Wm Thompson, (I Cook--Crleton.; I -- -:JOHN "W. LfflSLSf & -CO: '

RALD.IJ pen quart measure Notice is hereby given that all persons I{ itUrwjit lint Set n fibk J fmtj rmoriTn(. ESTATE C. PARKIIUIIST i ,
the side Parkhnrst
on walk of corner. having claims against the Estate of Jose A. 190 KINC STREET

An old sow noted for her foraging qualities Leile late of Putnam.county deceased, will ,
ttlal&Tti.\ I c..
J'L01ttDA. look ra the situation, and waited until present them within the time prescribed by \
law or this notice will be pled in bar of 1.0.1, PAEKHCRST BLOCK, GROCERIES
the lad went tote the store whereupon she their recovery. All perrons indebted to ,

SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 18. 1876. grabbed the sack and started. The boy said Estate are requested to mike imme THOMPSON CARLETON AND IMPORTERS OF a

.,. immediately gave chase; np Lemon street diate payment GENERAL 1flERCllAIthI3..lo

in Official I Paper of tho 6th they weal The sow didn't relax her hold JAMES BURT. PALATKA, FLORIDA. .
Aug., 2Sib, 18.:;. Fxecutor.sr4 .
Judicial Clrcu'lt.L on the peas, neither was she overtaken.We .
8w.On .

CJ7i advise C. V. Ueiss to secure that sow -- .--... --.. ..-.,-.-, .......-..- ---- .,_ -% : .- Irti'jtit: to Pay '
Ens. for the hog races next winter. Ao Frttyi to l\y !
THI steamer "Ullie Boy" hu been taken Keep constantly on hand a large and
WE learn that Rice Creek is navigable Our prices ar.below those of any other

tfr the line for repairs. fwr steamers nine miles above its mouth.At tie REAL ESTATE well selected stock ot Jealer. In the United Stales Nw cstra
charges ft)! dralagt. boxing or freight.
BUT bleached shirting u 1Oc:.-, ar.J at this point the English cultivated rice Pint Monday m October Xext 1875, I We prepay tnjl&l. and deliver gfexl*

Esl. C. Park hut. when in possession of this county. I will offer for sale at the Court House door DRY GOODS free at any depot on tLeliae of the Nona

The flood gates made of cedar,may be seen in the town of Palatka, Putnam county, Eastern, Wilmington and Columbia, South
CAPrI B. J. ADAMS, has for Florida at the Carolina and Ch rlesiO. And .
L4 several days in a good state of preservation. There are legal hours of sal, to the *aan h
teen quite m.but.Ut, glad *o learn that highest bidder for cash all the right title Rail Roads ; also, to all points In South
about six thousand acres of good land oa and Carolina, Georgia and Florida
l. ii improving. interest Henry Marshall, in the following having direct -
this creek all in one body, ready for described property, purchaser NOTIONS water communication Charleston. .

Tax Mf ion, arrived oa Monday with 20 colonisation. TV hen yon come, pitch your paying for title to-wit : ALL GOODS GUARANTEED.TUNS .

tales cotton, C6 barrels rosin and,twenty teals on the good healthy soil of Put Lots 7 and 8 in block 7, lots I and 2 in -C* h by P. 0. order or BrgHie
Barrels turpentine. nam. block IS, lots 2 4 and 6. lots 8 and 10 in red letter, or 30, 60 or 90 Jays city acceptance .
block 19, lots 1. 3, 6, and 7, in block 20, I with interest added at 1 per cent
The Georgia papers are complimenlingtho THE news of the fate of the old Pansoff- lot 5 in block 25, lot 4 in block 24, lot C in INSURANCE Hoots and Shoes a month. Always enclose eLla advertisement

Savannah Advertiser, and kee will be sad news to Commodore Root block 29. Also lot 12, In section 2, township -. with order if convenient
deservingly 12, South of range 27 east. 38 acres List! cf Net Prices.
and the \ Na Expenca to Aid
*o. Tb wUjKTimr Is an excellent paper, old Alligator Brigade. She has more or less. Also E half and S W J of

been condemned and her machinery taken the N Eland S E } of lot 16, Township : Finest quality Young 3yton lea-quality
e \V& notice that the fruit on the orange out for the purpose of building a light 11, South of Range 27 East 280! acres more GROCERIES. unsurpa4e lets. Levied strength, $1.X( )r-tr tb. This Tea speciallyrecommended .
or to
Lade trees fronting the Putnam are beginning draught steamer to meet the necessities of on satisfy an ExecutionIn -
hand in favor Finest quality Oolong,
my of Canadi C. Collins,
to turn yel'ow! on the sunny side. low water on the Ocklawaha river. The this 31st August A. D. 1875. Souchong, Gunpowder, and Hyson Tea,

M*. IIAPOKE ACCOSTA Clerk of the Pansoffkee was the first steamer that ar4-lm.] Jos. H, MASS, Sheriff.IN 'l Corn SI lb.,00 Third peril quality*. Second Teas quality, sold by Tu.other, Ce.dealers ptr)-
ploughed the waters of Lake Washington
Metropolitan Hotel, is rusticating in our stjl per.; yvu can have Icliver4
town. lie will return to Jacksonville in a headwaters of St. Johns river, and was Flour. by ut at &Oc.p lb. CrusbeJ Sugar a11! ibf.;
afterward chartered by the Alligator Brigade CIRCUIT COURT Palatka t'owUered. Sugar 8| Its.; Granulated A S1*.
few days >v, .' .. under Commodore Root. On that Florida. gar 9 Ibs.; Extra C Sugar} Ib4.CUrifi
lit.DKowJl For the County of Putnam, 5th Circuit Brown Sugar, 10} Ibs. ant Brown
Ib.ltlallt Cjc.! yard at Estate' famous Island was discovered where of Florida. .. IIn ., 11 Ibs. for; $1. Linley's; Peerless Family Sugar

Parkburst. the party celebrated Washington's birthday l .. II
Flour, our own brandmade from best Virginia
Nathaniel! .
amidst the booming of guns, the roar Wheat-an elegant article -20 .
Ai-raiD M\ BKCK Esq., traveling agent, of Al'igstors; and the terrific bowlings of VI Assnmpsit, Darn Ontu, $1, or $9 per barrel. Good Family

Cromwell line for New Orleans, and the wild beasts of the forests that Calvin V. Dibble ages :$250. burn Flour, 24 Ibs. lor $1, or $;50 per barrel.
Savannah Steam Ships paid. our town avisit ; G. M. Dewey, sworn to $ICl. Extra Choice Finely Flavored Bagged dams
will long, be remembered.. with interest H.RDWARBQUE. 16c. per Ib. Extra Choice Breakfast Strips,
on WedDtlda11alt. A. C. Worth and
thereon from Will give prompt attention to any business IC}o. per lb. Choice Tumbler Jelli ,larg*
The A. in the )
people of Putnam county especially, Day partners May 1872. entrusted to them in their FIRM or individual tine, UJc.! each. 21b Canned Tomatoes,13c.
STEAM Okeehumkee arrived on Tuesday should feel it to be a duty and might we name and style of DIb- capacity eachS; lb. Canned Tomaloes,16c. each I lb

morning with seven bales new cotton besides not say a privilege, to support their own ble Worth & Co., Salmon, 18c. per csn; 2 lb. Canned Pfn

other merchandise and a good list ofpassengers. county paper. But we regret that there Is The defendants and all other persons interested NSW.l\RJ.;, Apple, Peaches, Damsons, and rears ::c.
a manifest spirit of indifference, or ratherwe are hereby notified of this suit by Deeds & Mortgages Prepared per. can-6 cans for $1.80. Best Quality
." might say carelessness about the claims attachment and are hereby notified and Wired Vinegar Pickles-pints. 17c. each
of the press. Much of the knowledge of thetown required to appear and plead to the declaration WARE, TIN WARE, quarts, 27e. each; al1oDl,6Oc. each. Con;
FOCR spools' Cotton for 25c. C
at Est of Falatka, the country and land interests filed in this cause in the Clerks office Acknowledgements of Dow- dented Milk Eureka and Eagle Brand.25e.

Parkhurst. on the river is due to the fact that of said Court on or before the first Monday. each. Gants Seafoam, } lb. 5c., lbs OOc. .
the EASTS.*! HERALD has the credit of dis in December 1875, or judgment will be taken per can. Lemon Sugar 40c.
DK. Dilrcy, with hit excellent wife Is seminating much valuable information Deeds &:e. per can.
cry, ,
default. ,
by Liquors; Tobacco; Dooley's Yeast Powder, 15<.,25c. and 4(C.
'stopping at the St. Joins Hotel The Dr. about this whole section which otherwise C. GILLIS. per can. English; Cooking Soda, or Package

has fitted up in fine style, a suit of rooms might have remained unknown. Aug. 27 1875. Plaintiff's Attorney.at28'753m.. taken in Titles their office lands or the houses Taxes of Soda, hOc pet Ib. } Boxes Sardines-,

'where he is prepared to wait upon his True to the letter, Mr. Pratt. No man parties.on property of to non-residents or others in I 2uc,; } boxes Sardines We, each. ShaJi-

in this State,'while not neglecting the rest CIGARS. &c nee } box s,25c. each. Cox' ptrklin Gelatine -
customers. His stay will be short-go at Putnam county paid by one of the Firm. ?
the per pack. Capers, elk, Olives,
of Stale has done so much to bring BUILDERS5Furnishing
"once and have teeth fixed.
your 50c., Worcestershire, Walnut and Mushroom
Putnam county into notice as you have. Whicb are offered at the lowest cash rrice.COUNTRYROOYCE Sauces, gen:Jne Imported, 40c.
.BROTHER BABCOCK of the Jacksonville If not appreciated at home, your good Mill WC: RtrER TO bottle. Imitation French MuMaiJ iOc.per

/Vw.has backed square out from the alligator work is recognized elt.wben.-EIII, New Hon. C. A. Cowgill Slate Comptroller, Genuine French Mustard, 25c. French
hunt on Dunn's lake. He stands Sorts Jacksonville Florida. Tallahassee Fla. Prunes 15c. Raisins. 2Oc. Citron 40c.

to the down there, but It Iron Jesse II. Goss, Circuit Judge.Gaicej-; Currents, l gtt-uStr 20c. Full weight .
ftquare up mayor ville. FU. Taken in exchange. Candles, nrT. JuIuJy, 2Se. lb. Baker's
The wine of France for 1875 is Penniman & per
crops estimated Co.
evident that be has heart contend
is ao to Rev. P. P.Bishop, Pres., Fla., Fruit Growers Particular attention paid to orders. Chocolate, 45c. per Ib. Cocoa 60c. per lb.
with the monsters of the lake. at 2,100,000 gallons, a full yield.It Manufacturers and Dealers in Ass., San Mateo, ta.! PromaGOc. per Ib. German Chocolate, !tc.

--- the last Dr. N. II. Morague, Druggist.PaUtka.Fl per lb. Ordinary Rio Coffee, 4} lbs for $1,
IRISH POTATOES $2.50 per barrel at Eit.C appears by report of the Board Moilife 8 Brackets C Scroll and W. C, Snow, Clerk of Court Palatka, Fla. M. H. Rogero &C0.r&c choice Rio Coffee, 4 Ibs. for $1, choice La-
ParkhnrsU of Trade of Great Britain that the United gcayra; Coffee, 2} It>>.. for $l, Old Government -

States supply about sixty per cent of all TURNED WORK We advertisewhen desired, lands comitled Java Coffee, 3 Ibs. for $t, Roasted

Liter.JOBI W. SEVILLE, U. 8. N., and the wheat and flour consumed in the British to us for sale. and Ground Coffees, &c. additional, each

wife, of Baltimore arrived here on Thursday isles above the home production. Hough and Planed Lumber, Hired and Our Terms' shall be Itea.scn3.. le. Satin Gloss Starch 75c. per box. Coratarchl3c.
the steamer Point.
evening City Sawed
Every Gallic' nan from 20 to 40 is liable Cypress Shingles, ::! wr pack Box Eluetnr.' 33e.
Lieut Seville purchased the Rosignal place Lath per doien. Barley 12Je.} per Ib. Durham
Fencing Vegetable Crates &c.
the laws
by new to serve in the French ,
.at the mouth of Rice Creek, last Spring To our expected and respected patrons, & MmWl Smoking TobaccoWe per Ib. Martin's Celebrated -
And will immediately take possession of his army. The women are free to play vivan- we, in the introduction of ourselves and D : / lIt Edge Butter,40o.p lb. Choice

home. dieree in or out of the ranks Seasoned LumberConstantly calling to their notice will say that we tioshea Butter,85c} lb. Good Table Bnt-
new Florida
p' opore Jo do a Land Office business if we ter.SOc.per lb. Cooking Butter, 41bjn5lbs. ,
WKATBER continues warm and dry. The Oetmans at Rome sent a congratulatory ). on hand. s All order can receive their aid, with one exception and 6 lbs for $1.BiscuitsSoda.
telegram on the occasion of the unveiling promptly filled. that is we propose to do everything on the ISlbs.for $1. Extra rilot
dreaded than the
:September it more in lOc. Lemon, Wine, Ginger and Butter at
of Hermann's lIIa1118i56mNEW square, nothing oblique our dealings.
statue at Dotmold.It .
summer months, for the reason that we are For Palatka and Putnam county we have 15c per lb.Xic Nacs,18 .,Faney Cakes,25oper
more debilitated and less able jtand the was in these words : "Hermann, the much to say in their ccmmendaiion. By lb. Black Pep er,8Uc.per lb. Spice.SOe
month. world belongs to you!" means of the grand and beautiful St. And Dealers in per Ib. Nutroegs,15e ounce )Mace 16<:.
heat of this last hot, disagreeable
LINE Johns river, Palatka is in easy and direct per ounce, Ginger; ::. e. per lb. Rose and
October brings a change fer the better Jcsr received at M. U. Rogero & Co's., communication with all parts of the known Vanilla Flat Stick CanJy.a fine article,25c

.and we dont care how soon it comes. a lot of fresh butter 40 els per lb. Re TO THELpper and unknown"world, civilised and semi- per Ib.Ordiuary Stick Cnd,. ure.Oc. per
ceived by Schooner 50 bales ha,. Have civilized and wild. By magnificent sea I lb.. Rock Candy any eotwr, 22c. per lb.
G 0BAMS at lOc. yard'at EsL C. Park. also 60 barrels Florida syrup. St. Johns going steamers the trip to New. York and Colgate* Toilet Soaps- 0 different' kinds,

hurst. other eastern cities is but a few. days of a specially of oursat manufacturers prices
Ir you wish a fine Sewing Machine, call joyous journeying Suitable steamers and DRY GODS -from :>o. to $4.00 per dot. cakes. Col

WHAT is the matter with Col. II. Peter- at this office-rale, low. TUC HEW ASD COXrOKTABLB STEAMER other water crafts will bear the curio J !I gate's Handkerchief ExtraetsCOc. per NII -
venturirnp the beautiful of lovely tie. Cashmere Bouquet Powder. :5c.:
man! Since his return from New 'Milk of Magnesia' a most invaluable expanse per
lakes in the weird of box. Cleveland Pomade Vasaline. a Res-
or windings deep
Infinite jest and zest. Has the remedy for children. "Eddy's Carbolic
has become tora ire and
forest the preservative unequalled for
rolling paridisal
of the heights the gush of Baby Wash, for sale at Dr. Morsgne'sDrug the bottle.
cloud caped top Store Palatka Florida. tf. a groves of orange trees with their golden hair20c.per Old Corn Whiskey

white water, transformed this, hitherto .., ...__. ... -..-,- -- .- .. ...-, ..-..-.---...--- fruit or amidst the haunts of formidable $1.80 per gallon. Rye Whiskeys, $1.60
reticent into the agreeable, or is it the BEIEDICT & McConihes wholesale hardware alligators with loud gutteral roar of 'defiance $:.00,$a.00. and $4.00 per gallon. Blackberry -
tbeBeiredict in store in Jacksonville is receiving a or in the forest where the antlered Provisions and Cherry Cordials.a pleasant drink
higher transformttion into very large share of patronage. No wonder LOLLIE BOY Buck sounds his shrill whistle of alarm to $1.80 per gallon; Table Port and Sherry

.riroirectT- they sell Hardware. Sash. Blinds. W. A. SHAW Master. the Does in his charge. &s a dice for a Wine2. per gallon. Fine Old Madeira,
Doors, and other goods in their line at Isplaetd home winter. or summer Palatka cannot be $..00 per gallon. English and Scotch Ale
IT is said the conjunction of the two prices astonishingly low, cooking stoves leave JACKSONVILLE permanently, from on the Solary's route and wharf will | excelled, healthy all the year round; there and Porter, bouled,$2.iO per dozen. Bremen -

planets nearest the earth, Neptune and you cat buy at just the price that every THIIMDAT morning at 9 o'clock for you can let and be ittn. Putnam countyhas Lager Beer bottled, $2.70 per dosen.

Mars has to an unusual extent excited electricity yon would. pay for one in New York and SALT LAKC, LAKE HAB.XET, LAKE Jcssur, every variety of land to suit all tastes GROCERIES Demijohns for Liquorsextra } gallons.40c,
and suitable to southern clime. gallon ,60c,, 2 gallonsCOc.< 3 gallons,75.,
resulting in the condensation of cheaper too, for you save freight and other EXTEKPKIIE, MELL03VII.L, Voice, WELAKAPALATKATocoi.GBEExCovESruxcs. pursuits a
gallons, $1.00 each.A .
charges Qo and see for yourself. But above all her location at too bead of
vapor of atmosphere surrounding the earth, and all the intermediate navigation for the larger class vessels, and very Extensive Assortment of Crockery
.: producing the copious tains which have Do not forget that the time Is near by St. Johes river. landings on the her situation far enough south for the successful and Glassware always on Land. Plate*-

, fallen this Summsr. Just so, and yet we when our planters and others should not The LOLLIE DOT connects at PALATKA growth of .the orange and its kindred Dinner size, $1.60 per dozen Breakfast
fail to look to their fall.gardens. Cabbage, with the steamer LIZZIE DAKER fruits gives her a position not equaledby Crain $1.25, Dtsert, $1.0C. Tea85e.per dozen.
Palatka all from SAT Hay
had those planets right over turnips, and beets, can be grown here in AMAH, sndCirr POIXT from CHARLESTON. any other portion of Florida. Here][ in Cups and Saucers $1.00 per set. Covered
through the Summer: with but little rain. abundance. Now is the time to pnrchsse Leave PALATKA THCBSDAT Putnam county the fruit grower has his Disbes.65c.,75e..and $1 OOeaeb. Tumblers
goo WE learn that Chas. Underwoed Esq., Moragne: If Jacksonville at 7 a m. every MOSPAT for at her wharves or shipped at any time direct Table Goblet.., 1.: ,$I.l1O.$2.002.50aod

of the Forward grove in this f 276 will buy you a new iron framed For Freight or Passage, having superior to all markets east, north, or Well $!.oo per dosen. Wine Glasses, $1.00 per
the owner Rosewood Seven Octave Piano at Ochus'Music accommodations board No loss by days of exposure in small crafff LIQUOR dozen. Lamp Chimney's. Sun 0 and A's, I
the apply
to ship or to
Is making arrangements for 25c.. B's S for 25e. Student
place Rooms 1m. II. R. TEASDALE. to the semitropical best of the upper coun or Argand
frame work for buildings on his place In Palatka Proprietormyl6'73'lf. Fl. try. So that orsnges; are worth twice as CbimneysS for 2Se. Numberless article'

the con.V will be brought out A. J. BEACH Rawlstown nursery three much on the wharf at Palatka as at points unmentioned. Information cheerfully given .
the buildings; : As miles above I'alatka has the finest colUe one hundred miles interior. Land here Our firm was established in 1807. and our
to pet up and complete lion on this river, of young oranges, and except those immediately on the river AND business reputation' and facilities are of
to the extent of this enterprise wehave tropical plants. have been overlooked, and good orange the highest order. We will do all we prom

not learned but suppose that it '11'111'be growing lands can be had for mach less Ue. AU orders should be addressed to

the b ginning of an extensive hotel. MR. BEACB, of Rawlstown nursery Has than even in less favored locations. If JOHN W LINLEY & Co.
several fine varieties of the ortngc; ob you do not believe, call and see and commune ,.
I tained by rarefnl culture and some that CIGARS.Figaro with us and we will ao you good. General Produce (Key Box 184.) 190 KING STREET.
MR. S. J. KCIIERLT has returned are superior to the ordinary orange, bothas and Tete-a-Tete Cigars for sale by Lands are rapidly advancing in this region julylTTS] CiUKiESToy, 8, C
his; Northern trip and is busily engaged in regards site and flavor. This new R. J. ADAMS -sail soon for a good start.

opening the largestaud best selected stock variety is attracting more than ordinary WE OFFER FOR SALE :
attention Those who contemplate SALK AND
of Dry Ooods ihac w. have seen in thismarket this golden fruit would Jo well to call and "No. 1.-Fr ale on long time or for Palatka Florida.
The enterprising spirit Lease. Kent to be paid by orange trees JOHN CLARK.
for ,ean. examine Mr, Beaches new variety. He
honors Livery Stable set out on the place and trees paid for by
thl aspirant for mercantile has about 75,000 young seedlings and sells
pf foung owner at the end of Lease. One hundred
vfW| provoke competition and bring them very cheap. and four acres of fine Hammock land, six
Opposite Metropolitan Hotel, (&.U1OI m !; *
and Savannah miles South Palatka, and half a mile aIM
goodrSown to Jacksonville Ir yon want a good garden go to Adams .
Jacksonvitlf } from St. Johns river on the East side. A
to do, is to ; ; writa.c. .
prices. All yon have now and buy Dalit's seed-Fresh supply just
great bargain can belied in the bole
lead the special locals, and ditplayed ad- received. B. McCLKXVT. Proprietor. No. 2.For sale' in lot, to suit:* S8 D COMMISSION MERCHANT

Veriisement in another column,an J go and I acres of Pine Und half mile Went of Pa
PIAXOS AID ORQAXS,the best and cheap. Horses, Buggies, Phaetons and oth latka the ight's. 1OOOOO Pounds
examine (or'10 r.elnL Ocbus vehicles, constantly for hire. f20tf on
.. est, yon can buy at Music Home [ No. 3*-A nice Dew Cottage residence
n i. iMR. for cash or on one or two years time. on Lemon street in Newtown snberb-Full

W. A. Lovzl L. has removed his Write for terms. j3I-lm. SUBSCRIBEFOR lot. 40X51ro*

residence from Uawklaiville to Cabbage; No 4.-?iftj or more lots in the beau .. OFVANILLA

,t "Bluff. Ur. Lovell Informs us that t Cabbage< NEW AD YEBTISEJENT.S.Notice. tiful villa of Orange Springs. Situated{ SavannaJt and Enterprise Sttamdip,
half a mile from steamboat landing or the
bluff neighborhood is fast lettU'DI up ;with
Ocklawaha river. This place is noted for
a good class One party\ai the health of the inhabitants and '
of people. good a WANTED Van Brut if Jn>. Line of
over oa. hundred Merino Sheep bright very large Sulphur rprings. A fin* opportunity '

IroaUhto/' / This example' of improving Six months after date I shall presentmy for a colony of invalinds or from
culture, or for a Sanitarium-
and vouchers to the orange
our stock i, trust that accounts Judge of
enconraging.and: Country fine and lands low. Steamboats
of Putnam
Court Florida
0 the County county
every w in eommtDCI the good'0 work.. formal settlement and ask to be discharged pass the landing each way every day in
o f improving h ia the winter season. M. H.
Ilock. ,. from the Administration of the Rogero
Estate of Michael C. Asgaard, deceased in No. 5.nrl desirable residence ><
CALcezsatp. .. C. Parkhtirt for -..eVE said county intntate. By order of County THE in the town of Palatka, well located well april3 1875 ly rfA
1ar4-tali..tor.: arranged and Appointed with all cpnvenieneiei -
per Judge. September 17th! 1875. &c. __ *ffd.j
fine trees .. FLORIDA
A. BALLARD Administrator-! sexes
s8-6m. wtn'T'nTe of fine land
NO. 6.- acres
\ gg nC tits rounds that just opposite PaUtka on the road to the S5 to S2O pn d.,. work.AU n9'73-ly,
another railroad 10aaktioa I NOTICE.Six classes of worklnr ri *their
atw. e.n Jack. --- ferry 3 acres oleared and in orange and /t Imo.
anSt. and CM-Wln
'ODm. Anteeua I lemon young old.! .t (
wenlt b. a trees. The best cfiaace open for a er.mplelm.nlt 'ALV43P
paIDIID i (hattoD.o h O enWKttisg of put- weeks after date I shall apply J fq the grove well protected by north we: body of .for us. ID theiety.. for ever hon e's w kiril .t.par'.r.
tlstags Court of 1' water. Safe for lemons. terms Ac.
on Jude of tb. County utnam place tent
1atka A1"** oD'ee free
andfrom at
the aaeUn city ye atg; < Florida to be appointed Administrator lioJe Don't :
county tJ
here.lo that ner\-ut' **' road as creditor, upon the estate of FORTH& I:h IDI.. elk? r s.lock for wort J'at. ,,?
or Ja
eny *, 'xeelcoach Ruben Hill, deceased in said county, intntate. $01111AGENT : 1ft our ea G. .JUfl"ftG lUt learned
Ande in an old .. 'Ill.lAt Srixcex
l cut ?
r.\Io\ 4
the '* *** By order QfConnfy Judge.; September = : C., J ortJan.i, M
would revive teeei'..c"Qt.I' ct lilt! 17th 1876.s8Cw .. .,.. t'allr

pats .n HCBBARD L. HART,

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3 A larfeefgbt pate Journal printed on Palatka, E. Fla. RBAL.E TAT .
a at a ao o fiao white psperandbeautiully jllu tr+ted i WHOLESALE D I'tf14ER9 IN --: ,

: Con'ains 48 eolums of the ciiotceti reading rA4t Jtlt i .?iAiti.rtl Lost .....AIl. I1 k
I1AJ1-Jk 11''I'I and Serial I t4Jr.ft..r.f nU.L..fil. I "k .
;' 1 powerful and popular Original cc :tu;1tanrs. .TOBA O AmD.G AR
of : : ; : .
... ..LAN .Storiea. from wtlltkn.o..nW fI ability I : :: : ,
_TnVfVm/>ir>wik fro .WaV tn.rt A Fine BIHIAKD ROOK iu connection with
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I) Completed Tales.Sketehes, Essays apd! )i'o House.ndOuestswill find everything AGENCY .i' ... ](. (i. STIBE1'Jricli U 0" u
etry covering widorange of literature, dec ,'...1". osi lnlc .
and each of tbe Let of its kind. for theireomfort. L., K; I .' I I.' IF.JC)1'ldn.COnSignmen .

shall also issue double-page illustra .t ,: ; ; ;
We :
of_ ,,Game, Fruits, -Vee et b-t ". a.CbDh"1.rtodacGenua1l1 *
(QyARTElliMAN> ledaadfarbion! pageupplemen, makingthe iQLU@ IJEvTl&I [ will receive prompt and: care' (attention. Special attntioa( Ti&.* iliDI
POST the best and ebeape$11l1IJatrate.t 0 l "

.: I' : .,.,..; Weekly published.\ I .3: f CIIARL T 'cA nI Pot (...tTKA u\.".,;FI:3reel orders. for all kinds of goods. : mall 3m

.* "'Jtr.. r it (. 't, y er Treats; FOR 1875. l'o: t'lE FaEE first D. 1'. SMITII, .FIU. K SMITlft
r .. .t. ;) Ilaei.4. .. This long established and favorite !.. ., ,
: I
/. ... : .T1rlsi.n en' at1 dte.l,
to .. ,
i been thoroughly renovated "
. class IIoo", bating he
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!" ,I.':': ." 1. 1& :! ,' ai. heraiug yoi fa ul9'aafollow :.JiJ.g;i furnished, and
hotslsta ptiuted and newly & f
.. ....: .' I ::. ''' subscribers, one copy, four month, $1.00; having had the celebrated "Artesian Water there it an advance movement ia lands and SMITH IIRO.
k .n e : ; ': six months, $1.00:; ; per one year, 300. and Baths" introduced, is now open fcr real estate. J he sales during the spring ,.

,,, ) DnY "#-00 t. ''DSIUT3 .. L I Clobj.-"Tjjf copitf, wJtr"tf.t.pald,' the reception of the traveling publio. .and summer mouths have been considerable
&.00; Sue r.: 'JielDne QariJ$16.00: The Proprietors hare spared! neithei On the St. JoHns river country '
.. 1 I '1RE \' Ten copied one"year, $;t1.00, and an additional pains nor expense in making this house I Tberelaxation so long existing in Florida COMMISSION MERCHANTSBLOCK ,

copy rate to any one getting up the equal to any of its size in the soutb, and Iin4i 1$ disappearing, and enerjy ana'1..1t.1 ... .
"DYDdItD. $ lob. Additions may be made to ctuba of trust, by strict attention, to merit a shareof pteval .. Before the presenfera.there ; I'' ':: _.

'. : -t. .. seven and ten at the rate of :2.00 caeh. ,: public patronage. were numerous tracts of land through .t I ..4.\D.. IOLFSALBDE.ILEE, I.V .
l ,
+ '
the St. Johns river and around ""'h'
f" '. :perievs ferpla Ir/H 1\ \\ : valley .t
PUttSIBHlSO GOODS. RATES, '$3 ;PER DAY. I the upper lakea.which were dead capital on "

CAP3, : -* ACTIVE Cli\VASSEUSlVAi\VED" G. T, ALFORD & Co., Proprietors. the hand. of a fe.,.. Now all of these lands; ]pm1lI_\ ) ; I t : !I tif6m

.J' .I--- I are being uliliied by eager purchasers from .. .. ., .
.. SilO f:S in all section of the United States, to .". 4 f :.. I # 1 ,.' J. l pog' tf' i the North and West. : -

BOOTS AXI whom hbtral'carmuIlsSiopl.yTll rs '*" s1..i* paid in I There are thousands locations standing! -jIIk1TEi: : : ec:t.,1POL :

additioniy R. II. Anderson, G. W. Anderson, Jr., i I ready given away by the U. S. Government r. -I. ,,
Florida is not well understood; by the JACKSONVILLE FI.AV6W1 '
ROCBRE'S Jno W. Anderson & Sons, masses in the populous States north ot .- -.
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One Hundred Dollars in Gold to the !lire: but when true information in rela.

.,,,, Agent who sends us the largest list by Sep. (, OTTOJ.V lAOTORJ: tion to this Eldorado reaches them, they; T.'pr BAftKETT. B. IIiKg KER.

.tcsaber 1st 1875. will come in force. 4- ;;
sA"WA Fifty Dollars in to the Agent sending Gcn'I. VommlsslonJlerrhants. Tens of thousands of working! people i in, ; : .- ,. ,
tD9! n 1.m the second largest list. the old Elates now. strnggHdgi.for a ban al : BARNETT & KOOKER. i

..l'JIoII e1">M, 1.:' t... Twenty.five Dollars in Gold to the Agent Cor. Bryan $Drat( St,. support could locate jn fcloriJa and acquire : .

..wa l Y' sending the third l largest list. I SAVANNAH GEORGIA. valuable property by industry: in a few
If want an agency, send for our Within a short time,
you yeaas. orange grovesbavgeprung :
A awl e"rltt.lnl. \ J (opt la a grit t1&at. tptrifl circular to Agents, which gives fullp.rtieulara IAGGING and TIES, into distance as if by magic ). .'.. J* I <
store Ups s Are bola; offer4 and sample copy FBEB. f ilea splendid country with its magni en l t. tr.... ..

rr 'Jo..Mf'lDe"J them. to all. Address distinctly, and make Money Always on hand at LOWESTXABKIT PSICES.L&tral forests, its beautiful lakes, its grand rivers :F"U 3NT "i TUB. E.'
+ n.\t & QCAIT1It)1AN I Orders. Drafts. a&dCheckj.payable.te .the. and healthy climate, is open to a'world' or : .
r '", k4I'bls'iv tt.R. ordefof fL j 4 AT* 5 \ : V* CWjA ad+anett made on eentiynmentt enterprise( and. wealth At the present "/ L.

,531,. WALKER:, REED & co; 01 Cbtto cad oLAcr'' J'redett, :. time there is po new section of the United :.. .' '" CARPETS. rI1ATTINCS,: ATRASSES, .
1'Ai.&LilyLuaw States where and labor can be used ,1\' 0 A'W \ '
.,I6tf.] 720; Sat "* Strttt capital .
effort made to give satisfaction

I" ..':.:.,'J.. ADAMS-. ,' ___uu.___ f (. ..:f t -------- and carried. Every all' instructions QvitfgnMt&it. strictly toUcUed.and A promptly to Anyvperson a better advantage.. desirous- of placing" their,.': II P r.r,Win.QOW ;: QC;;; 'Fixture; { ;;, L-::kinZGl !iri:' tt R i I it:

\1f'l.U' Japds In my hands for I&le0 commission ..
1& ,.' MJJ:sr FQ1STr.'Jcns, : .IIlIU, (:;:)f uxuttrJgRe4.r: for the term ef six months or more they

*' Late of Mobile. Late of Cedar Keys.Win. 1 l will advertised in this column free of MOULDINGS.
'r'l\\ r; C.tTN) : (} .:

Huiicr & Co. cost.N0.2..-A tract of 40 acres on Pal at ka Furnitucr RcpalrcdP ctur Frames&Upholstoringto Order
.;; .', ; .ell *'i .(I''a'Oiw.1emen Heights in full view of the town of Palalka

;eo o sduT ;a1oupi.JCommission 'being at an elevation of 100 feet above the SOUTH SIDE BAY .STREET (bttwepjp/nj; i\&+Ifura,) .
Merchants \ and boys can now be fitted bed of the river. About 200 young orange "''
.:.. .- .:ca's wJ.h"t\p latest style of, _. ,.; trees on the place. u,1. / .,
,n t> : w -tfrs. a '1 M A tract of valuable unimproved
u ) .
,. ..'t""i ) (iUutfcjOut or axae J.tit. ? Qitr; land 12: miles- North/of Enterprise! containing ,JACKSONVILLE. .. 'FLORIDA. .... .
.".1 And Wholesale Dealers In WITU DUPATCQ 151 61-100 a6rer'*, I&as two lairds of '" )'

DICTATOR, ,;" ., ..r. '': i >>M1L '.. .' 1.' a mile river front blu ". M ; I: Q Sug( mD 3UD(
I Soiled Coats and Pants Cleaned NO. 4-1.\" recU8njlJe0rt I f >tpV4:U>nvllle bo., .
t CITY POINT Northern and :Western Goods being ihe w f of n w J and n e } of ttC'II(1t.. "
I' -..I..tJnlr''J.IJaklnll )\ > u'd 'IOS'To BCSIXESS. Orders liy Inil Promptly d to. 1u1IrT; -
Ii/) : ; n w j of tectiob 10. viuhip 2,*range 27
VOLUSIA.TAR i _---------.----------.----- ----- -
'It I 1 Good friends give; us a call, cast containing 120 acres.N0.5d ,' ; I, -
: Florida. !t.s7YL'to handsome ,resident A eLstory (!
Yt HT ,-.1 r We wcrk cheap for all, ; ,paildingj moJirn .tre..o' iiitel .. '"
: :
Hr't will find next door C. E. SMITH SON
You us .
J .lI T't.IE ARKER. et Ire.1 t Be. 1- To William Bell's'store.mSjlGTtir front,in and' of the most desirable. ,:" locations & ,

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1 -
r t:1.8$111DIAI3.VEISS'. of
v AND ... } ;: 'No. GA Spanish Graft ab46tu0Qerepe
( : : :' : .00 JNla & 01Jsa9! | Dexter at a low price u'n'': DEALERS IN

rilAUT'S LINE ', improve rrice two dollars per acre. ,
met.uII.IJowU.' & Co. C. 8.-A Spanish Grant<< of'500-acres on
)tJ to Watson Smith & Co. }notto Nprth River \uguetllie unim-
--OF-: .. ? ;" :
\4-1 : ." .; ,Austin Kimball New \'ek rr nJI. .*: : 0 ". ICE FISH AND GUANO

&.A W Payson & Paul / 1 12"V W nero tract one *k* west bask c
G CI' }'r mice & Filler ,Philadelphia. of the river 4 mile north of Palatka.

.....1. I h i.a'II. 13'IImall: tract of' -12 '
.. iiii'." acres near .(HART'SPAL.ATKA WII.\R14': ,)
:Mall rm=::..L..! .. % Rollstown, 3 miles from Palatka. ..
: "i
| 4- -Mract or 471'acres In the- Aredonde -

i drafttlschua] county, near Gaifisville : FLORIDA.

STEA l'm lIS. '. ', .
1 l ___ lS: Wemkopf 'I I 16=A dwelling on Palatka. Heights ". .. '
; t --- with 4 acres. . ,
: '":1"1' ,
S.. CO. 18-A small! plantation 4 miles inland, II
'l'.unOGEIlS : on the main to Palatka S Laciei.54 :i
road '
.' ,'A4 .j .," ,.: r' I acrefcl *ttd"ioodJence. tli- ? *Tll Gu'an: : ). H .Jf
retail : i M to '' with cheerful 1 heart |9;Tra$ of peres, l< acres cleared
h1v.q'te and .DealerlIL, Day street, near: the Posloffiee( Tis well Ui walk J
'/ Wherever our fortunes call. SOuoran l \ Slreea: _, od Anew housil : mi ::;a',; t St.Jh: imO
Flijir ( : ufactur&l the
.;:. 1..1 .. I With friendly glance and an open hand, 20new settlement CO acres, from i OQ riverwarranted pure,
-,.r-. CHOICE FAMILY .. ; ;. "' And a gentle word for all. 60o to 700 young orange trees, some about caa: be had: at $20 per too ,, *
"" "' J.tCR80.\'rILlE,, : / FLORIDA.C. -, >'i :rt! '-.
I'" .. ready to fruit, 6 miles .north of PalatkaJ If;' I -
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'.JI ;.. 1'" :,1. Since life is a thorny and difficult path, Good landutdfpleassnthealthy resi'deiii-e.
C..E'R"'I' ES'f' C) f1 rT f' (. "Where toil is the portioJJ of man,
GtR"O 2 I Tract of land 154 67-100 acres. OnSt. F I Ipo. Shad !
"', "11 1. "..1 ". I .'J' l et'l-,. : n1 Retail Dealer* In \\'Ball should endeavor.while passing along ; Johns river. Lots 17 & 8 in see 6 .7t : .
._, ,
_.. ntake smooth ae we un."I
-To as
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.t9i vOjls ; -> 19 r 30, high bluff 12 miles north of Enter.
rfe v ',. ,. I.. < t ;.. I U f", nise. lOB can be had atall limes daring the year. FRESH SHAD famished.
'. ..
'rteur. '- 1.1" 4 *! 22-.High pine land, Y967-100 acres on darin-f; the,reason.

It ."'9"'rtttlQOti!:; .. : .. g" & 5Jo QOJ Q NEWS. AND CURIOSITY. .. Chrstallakeio seejlff-fc zn:: 20 r 30. Also iunei2'75 &m.] c. E. SMITH. ; & SON PALATKA LA.
r Yw lli. 'I" 11", O 19 77-100 ncreAln_seo,16 on the tame lake. .._1,,,) . "1\\' __
Fro t,
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"" .14 23-Lot iftf'seo 24 & o,s of lots 3 & 4in .
.T tb sloe t ,.;y o..1 i .' r, .. -: CHARLESTON' & FLORIDA
h,:1I a sec 25 a n }bf lot'I' in sec 28 i 19 r o2,. THE HOUSE I .
,'111. ,, e. 1 : es '
.1 4;' ;,\>'I h. ,t :: 'f..t.... et r111rG : J hn\'U t r. (
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I"' ...i.. .. a .1 & 24-Three acres of wild orange ireen on CITAACE OF ,SCIIEDI L '.

Ooean, ,wirNl.' 'ft." >>Vt (Heeg' '*" ..nb11t.'. r:h4 TkJ: : I I'. :..::.I.riB.JDA n w \.of s e J of sec 3 t'18 r 29) containing! OPEN FROM JUNE TO OCTOBER. I ,

J.ff.DTftte,. Fla.e ... j ., 3 t981) 100aere,. t
'".1')1. t4' TIESeVE.y;' P ft1 ., .R.o-4; .- ,.;!,.': 25- i cf lot 1 : !In leo tStlCr 28 r

at T-:T low. rlttey. '": s Q'n9.191. all the litet New rt>rk Daily Papers andS X5 $-...Oa Julingtoh Creek lot 5 and e j PA LATKA FL.A.
I rl1 ..
r3cro er'ls!I:en- hand at Ilcrss:- News Depot and of lot sin Bee 28 t 4 r 27'eontaning 62' 75-.. PPEN.FBOJI NOVEMBER TO MAY.
9"I. '
100 acres. "
'.1';' 1 E'l'1\ljl.(;' .: :'- OLD CURIOSITY. SHOP., ?47"On'Indian River lot 7Idee. -:i 18 Address' by mail or telegraph' ..: .
34 r. H. ORVIS
i ( liie nB mJs r containing 40 acres The splendid N.Y. built aidewheel steamerDICTATOR
I" JI' i ape-38 acres on Indian!}tInr lot:. IQ at Manchester( from April 20 to October!
St John's '
mailed to ,
Papers any point on
J: riiiAL. C .l\'S .J" ', River. Has on hand a fine selection ,of lee 12 1 26 r-36.'t**'* at Palatka: from October to April"20.U. .-
1 '. -oJ' ?JJ)-Traot40SO-100acreslnscc 1C t ,
ANprCofliiis- .' 12 27 has JonI12'+ma.Noucc .
: r o acres cleared. "
Al TIST J/.1 Ttf?1. S 'C' CURFOSITIES. J 1> Captain QGEL
; ?,f FLORIDA MO-AlractofSfO'aefesgood land 0 .. ; ; : .. k Will. until further notice leave Charleston
'Vol : ltkfr.h 1t miles from Oeala or Silver Spring on the every and Savannah
s'ntt reel' tinted a i is All orders! will be thankfully received oJ I Tuesday evening,
R. R. route;
the always .. every Wednesday nerpoon for Fernandlnsj
Astral Oils, by barrel case or can,
en band. Our stock of all the above and meet. .with prompt attention. .'Give T 1 tf.f hima JJii-T.Q sore lots Improved on the "..5. Land Office,JP
goods, is very complete and prices putranterd call. .oet .'ilL river' at Georgetown at the mouth of lake i u1. .r H'187 51./* ;. .r .

fully as low, as jn Savannah or ,eorge. frmpUiot having bean eaUrfd.' .t.ibis .ill-:1tnsl: O;
Charleston. dec5'74 Ill -A very desirable plantation of 1 60 Q lee by L' J. Sdpbens on'utuM County Wniloavo PVrika every TlursJay evening
:; MelropolitanUotelJACKSONVILLE acres cleared land with a superior two ginu, George W. Freeman for abandonint and Jacks&ntflle ever ". ?rttay morning

"= : story house! situated on Little Orange Lake >kin Homestead .Entry, No. 12, dated to suit the tide. F ro nain.:. amr; day,
7r'u. .. FLA. 50 orange trees just beginning to bear and April 22iul, 1873 upon the S E i of S E )<':arriving in Savannah and Charleston every

OP AIL SITES AND ALITIES. RALLESTOWN NURSERIES: a 100 3 year old'Ig0i.g j .JoJ had at a orL.Qo..,(i) five Section 33. Township- 'Saturday, .
': rjliJJOl'*'! Jii3i >- Tour attention is respectfully' called to bargain as the owner has more"land' than iS, Raagt.C/ E> ia Putnam County Fierid.i .1 I TnaOrGU TICKETS A1CD BILIS or I..ADIJQ
;Radios' aa4XJenUe.ii.ans' Robes, TUB 11 MILES .Anof.41hiTE.t \ & the above house as a first-class Hotel in he can cultivate s : .it h.a,.iew to the cancellation of said
Embalming done Then required. FLORIDA every respect. Constructed of brick and :*-;-A plat of land 3 miles from Pal entry the said: parties are hereby snm-i I fejtflNOir AC.
-Vleo.: UsrMe and Marbleized entirely new throughout, the rooms are atka. 200 acres! with 35 acres under cultivation moned to appear", th*Clerks Office on the These, leamer* ctaacct with Florida R.

Slate Mantles Consisting. oft( 'G1t.I (..1 1 large airy, neatly furnished, atuL staple 200 orange trees 4 & 5 ytar old kbudJiog 4th day of SepUoeber, 1875, at 10 o'clock :I R. at Ferjiandina, Jacks.nvUlf. PensacoU
I (I. I Slate "l arlhs, \ tjit.tIanuscturfd iA I'.j niesI S's" means afforded fort bating. Is located in a in good, order. A. M.. to rtlpoD.rurBish! testimony !! & Uotile Railroad at Jacksonville, SI. ?,
) Jo trjer Jnd t'tr $iU M seeJungs, >Orange in varietyInched I ple-acaat portion of the city, near the post :tOV eyes .n or40 acre*.on Bled Creek concerning said alleged abandonment -.John's R4Rr sf.i TSeol forSt. Acg
sweet stocks, Lomon.
on Limes with 25
miler .
office/ steamboat! Itndings; and other public J. A. LEE, Register.< ''t with tt earners PalMka for Mello e, 4Fmterprlse
(J.f1L J I.J' OAK Grape Fruit Blood Shaddocks : snail cottage on Laurel street atd heap st. Jeh .' '
.. \. I Basannac, Cuavas!, Figs, place All!the beds have tbe celebrated Tucker for sal cheap 40 orange trees on she S. F. HALLTDAY. Receiver. ,sgT-4w;; with steamers the O ejrlaraha river.iinlJ

r_ryth 4reett>etween Laura and HofaaaRefereoeorwH. Peaches. Grapes, in springs in addition U superior mattresses ,'lacq, For:freight or'passage apply to
.nietrplHt'ul.Quint'tII ,. > :J -A of 300 trees 'Dr. PLEASAN .
The Reading Room is well supplied with young orange grove 1!. J. ADAMS, Agent.
fP.I l tom. o n1 GrtB/'[tit ll i \j/ i A grafted on the Haw, tbe current literature of the country.ffftUe on the east bank of the,.river one J-mile aug'ti4f. .;E l' Palatka Florida,

L.. Hart, or HeraW Of- i Apricots Plums, Cherries .raftkl j the Dittiard Room is the largest and finest (rom to..n. 1 mile river front 40 acres of ,DENTIST. {
y bnuoGilJ IQU 00 land with dwelling barn and other
1 out
Get. jaa/Jt7ti-ly I in this section of the Soutb, : PALATK.FLORIPA
i Sfndfor Price Lut. Add ressA. I The tables are supplied with meat deer" Louses and a cement cistern. SUBSCRIBE
:*!>.-OnSL Johrs river Gmllei south ., .
tlie North and hue all the -
from we "
-KEENE J. BEACH .C SOX. and delicacies which the Northern,, of PalatkagJ ereONew house 150 firanee Is prepared to perform all (operations n ,
O. L. '
trees v- theIoatb'&nct"Teeth- ArtifciaT'Teelfrom
and Southern; markets afford. .- On.RRales a verj ejlrtbli-Tl e> .: ; .'
Ji 7011. S.LL1t.itlrilnootes er Beard $$.00 per day ; libertyterms .T,A..'*. HURT one to van'.entire,>sett. furnished, on : .
earMILLINERY Gold other material the
ctALl:a or .
will be made to wishing to 1 ,
parties ; best !, ... ..... .. .
H.nml cSi Renl ltltato manner. mayStf: .
engage rooms by the month or entire season. Vfj't .- I u '.
FANCY A Leastsituated .n JI111Jft.:1 .r; '- tf' .

In' a pleasant part of the town. The proprietor assures the"pnblia that jo'OJ. .: !'.

r This place frees has from on three it forty-five to five years young comfortable no pains will and be spared make their stay. '* I General Agency pf II!! sef &-*.Ho welL. .: ''tA .

to tibiain a liberal there of jbur t:
Apply, to patronage I remain yours respectfully' FIBE MD LIFE INSURANCE.R -.,I' V. 'r. >i3a flea :;..S} laell'fcin .', i
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sv-t ,t1. 7, .I'.lath Florida; ;nevl7-tf.] T. B. TOGNI, rr rI Ieor.: s. .. -
.. ."' .;; 4.(1:1 I F ,0ij.. 'i' It \ ... .
.F ( reen! ng Fire Insurance.) i* __ ..,,6.... ..... ..
4J:4T I!. FREEMAN'S ". tJEtna JO ERS.1' ,
: e JOB WORK .,. of Hartford. : 1' aliI 1J.I'i '. pt.a.: "

sew..named k O a,+FnA8 odt I BEST:IN hOP: ; 'H ,(\ Georgia Home, .reotl1mbup. Ga :3)3.; ,-,MlB'0ir '.7i. 4 :)' .. .I';'" III'

jeat tea he .. s"r y..........
fnsssottpteat been. Combined Capital Eight MilUoa Dollars. .
Aare ,a ply ,
: IIIihOOCTel n'ni J01> ...
L.i of braachc ,-of a arf 1 D tt And the!
Where Sou can ba"e a.1n "y \tel. 1Jth .aat A 1.01' t.t4 4.1 ..t r, .
in 1
La ,
Glot;Izlati ,. done Lag' .. Jtbit
art ,; '
;xArte., C f'ftS P.rtieul.r apentiw Unit Va\.4IU" s Itba1 \ a Insnrance Company. '''' .; .. .1 t ,

h sxtsg beew nllrobaar' and Chil.lrcpe alH ; JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Z f'_ .; .
'l $?oo0o.

a.L.. Jan!)';; w. HERALD