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The East Florida banner
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048737/00003
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Title: The East Florida banner
Physical Description: v. : ; 62 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Ocala Marion County Fla
Creation Date: July 4, 1874
Publication Date: Wm. J. McGrath
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1866; ceased in 1882.
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: "Official Organ of the 5th Judicial Circuit".
General Note: Editors: J. Wiggin, <1869>; F. Harris, W. McGrath, <1870>; W. McGrath, <1871-1872>; F. Harris, <1873-1876>; J. Harris, <1874-1875>.
General Note: Publishers: S. Agnew & Co., <1869>; Harris & McGrath, <1870>; W. McGrath, <1871-1872>; F. Harris, <1873>; F.E. & J.A. Harris, <1874-1876>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 21 (Oct. 12, 1867).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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werv favored iu having 010 oppor-
tunity to take. a look. at. sone uf
the bearing vinievards in tlhis vi-
cinity; and, though our cxf-tnina-
tion :was far f.om complete, we,
trust that some- account of ouri'
observations will not be .lacking'
in interest. \ ," :
S.Wo, ourselves,,have,,always had
so abounding a faith in th -grape
capacity+ f this section and indeed
the whole State,:.that the indica-
tions q-f the complete sUCCoSB of
.this special culture hereabouts are
, particularly welcomed. ,
e visited first the vineyard o
XMr. J., S. .Prler situated in a
'* ** ** ** s tu a t
*rather low-lying, tract~, pn the,
eastern shell road, somo ,mile and
a half from the city. l Mr. Parker
has about six .,hundred vines in
bearing; mostly of.the Concord
a.nd'Hartford Prolific. The older
part of .iliqvines were ,lafited on
quiite light almost white, 'sandy
soil. previously severely copped

and,. recently' in sweet' potatoes.
These vines were originally a:
.nured with bones, shell lime and&
muck w ihe 1olep 'and 'whether"
.from the 'rvages of tbhomoles, a't,
tractea by. the ,scattering sweet
potatoes, or- fromi. theover-use of
healing manure, are noto large or
thrifty. The e ow -of an occa-

sional w6e am~ong these early vineg
having excited his interest and
strengthened Ais faith, Mr. Parker
extended ,his,vmeyard|4planting
his vin6b mi rows, :at. abolit eight
feet apart, and app)ly ing to thi'ui"-
face a manure of muk' from the
cow' yard and,' there-;, handled
over and mixed Awith the liquids
and Solids of thee place. Thes'
latter 'vines', are' grQwbing" wifh
luxuriance ,and are laden wth la
burden of lusciotis fruit that %vould
gladden the :heart: of a,.genuine
ci 6rapi t anywhere'ere' T he ga pe's
we're trained on w.e6, reiii'ises, and
were not' trimmed- as q!okly,,,as is
common with grapes- growers usu-
ally, + quit long. shoots of- the- old,
wood havingboeen lef4tand trained
for fr\it-bfing. -"When Mr. Ma-

r. ...: -: ."'W- *- e w seyIef n t n s ey
to tnl" ..1.iionoin tilel| a h ld ass nal.t.,ing and mS^getd
county i" l7 was 700.000, wich ', .a copy or which bs
-Cre w o r ih o i th e tre es $ 14,0 0 0 ,3 ._ e _, ,nw no w ,'
t-. u I", 'CI in m an lit Nt tt )ve n~ w t
Orange groves abond i many : ,. /
parts of ,the-State .of Floiida. -M -- I- ,
:.-:+ .. -.* + -. ; ';-; ..C--r'ONVENTION eOi "W OLVES 'Mi
lT ey re'e, more numerous on the *:^ .. +*' <:t' -
Atlantic. and, .i .asC-va yi., WHEREAS, Thop sheept, biyng
/ I e.x .. '' ;, n m oved and insti ,'ated bW tioe oy
Much' tent and in tbo hC ]h... ..c, ,:,=i .
ff W t~t~m L()nu'il) have%10forned a sret class 4-s,
ber of trees,, the latter ranging sociation : totpreveint-,us'' tlrdly
.fromfive hundred to seven thou- wolves from:eating them, their.
'11,. A green t many orioange groves wives and little -onosa+therefore. '.
have been planted wiiiin tl6Reolast R vedsls, Tiat we -lordly
,, ,' ..,, ., wolves, in council assembled, to de-
tWelve years angd still others are a ocious and ab61i.-.
be" )planted ever year. .he ", associationTfr aevoring class
oldest and most extensive groves legislation, aud tor seeking 'to61 ar-
(and some of them are' vryr old) -ray; against us,;.not only the sheep,
are located 0,t+e Ind ian, aiffax, ut all qtlier ckpases uponf.-WNhigh
=,. .' 1 ...... .... we hayw hitherto fed and flattened.
bt deltas, and Apalachicola rivers, R 2, Tiat nature haa
at St. Augustine, Charlotte Har7 giveeiusjaWs and teeth peculiarly.
bor, Tampa- Bay, Homosassa riv- adapted-to muttonarid'd"an aple-
er, Bay Port, Clear Water tar" rite whteh enys ^Its rfljvor, and
be" Manatee- ndSarasata 'The' therefore the. sheep, -i refusing to
_. = ,, let us eat thein are p lainjy.r esoist-'
.p rod u c tio n of o ra n ses a lo n g '. -" 1a t th e m "re Nni o i. .. .
th, ... ... . ,F ida n a groat law. of. nau, ,,, "
mhe A~imtlant oast of Florida was % o ..i.M, .'hat ther .is -a
12500,000 of the value of $2ooo0.0 'tenderness anrd -a juieibness about
Along the St. Johns ri ver ,and its lamb and well-fed+lriibtftmn whicji
tributaries, 2,500,000 of the value are -p liartlt suited' tothe, tom-:
ache of the lordy;;wptf.,t anal there-
of'$-45,000.' :Producticn of thb in- ,h .. th lor( ,. t r
-. ,.- ,n, .. ...r g fore, it is wick 4 and ,up atural
tertor'.nti -1 1tne ,nlte 3a8 1 % l~ -- .-"- '- --
t a ... lfor the sheep. to refuse 'us their
000, Of the value $10,000. flesi ihn blo 1 '516 ij6h ,ouldo J1n-
Total production of tfie Statt for"stitute tb us, And toW'bs-loine,; "a
the year 1673, 5,WOOOO oranges,"'^st-treason an&dtt,6v ot'8Ou1p"
'of the value $75,000. Nearly "oW l 6 That: we c.
-,,,- + ;-.,. ,,.gougA I llsecret associatiops%,. (to
or-q[uite three fourths -of 41116 or ,iOU .-, a s ,
- _7 -,.: ., .W whickwe do notL.L)clog oUtrsclves)
-ange crop Was shaped to SaVan- r caron t the-
:,~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~n 'wb ..( L;.J ~~ ichh ae6nr a ,.y9 th'e"
-nih -add htarleston Iand thence ter'sts of lordly wolves, as danger-
distributed into thelinto-iord f th` ous to the -_evernmeut and hostile
South., -''A small- prtion `6f it, tor His Majesty, tche-Iiori v.i
,1,,; -,1 ,.,._, ,-. T R~o ,e 5 + hat,we Will cuJ!,
consisitng-of 'about 250,000 -or- .W. .' "r--^. .
: ., = A' ,; ... th~e attent on, ; .aM ajesty AtO
anges" ,ounuts way tonis or.--",thi dial-al secret association ,
A few barrels of'supei or lemons'^iad petitiQn 'him to send. an army
from Flo11la twere received at t t'ja ]64ls n t-dofi thie'Yebol-
Burlini Slip'in Novem"ber last. "11oA of the sheep 'anirst the an-.
N ,- r T i, es..__ 1:. o : v ? C ie n t 'a n ro ma li on abI rig h t of -. th e
*v.w' ;.'- 1..... olve to tt im ..
.' '< ".* "", i ". ;' R e olvdd, .6th That tho.prq-
I-t' has been- discoveredl that, ^ Qfai s meet ,g be -
,, -. ,. . .. .ceedings of In ts ee itg be u0
wherever a truit-a pair, forim- .ishddn theWolf'slOrgang, and
stance-rested ;u^6ri some- b-ranch'" 0'hau'Cur`Treasur-er+be' istrricted
:or other Stupport beneath -it; "that to present ihQ'editii ,thereof' wit
fruit always-grew to a larg mizea hi6hice leg of mutton." -.
The supportt given to the fri VtT.1 .. ,," -'i : .
permits tiesap vesselsof the st To move stars from hara
to rem ain 6pen, a id1 heo 'rutit. cg ta 't' r-S0S h .i :- ;.. I .-.,-; 't' "
4ec1ive abundant uouri:shU ent.;,'- Thofiurst nows-earnoer-Noah's"
P alatka H erald. 'i '. .' -o ,i l<: "l : "!; + > .. "

its ,CiircuWarhu'd~tiet^R^
ty. ,-a ,I Wt.
painted inihitbaalcict irosf Bahf
ariir hfe.' Gra(Mf clddfs ,l.ated
iu tfib "gm of. Rfrtamic saky!'nut
a tiliy -sun Inl iaied "tNe little
WVorld, ( Ald `*ff;'ile magic 06
liglt arid shade'Ovel 'a- ulndscaper
trhe most "bewitclIng sp)lendor.'
.., t C,.reation 1ght-s- a poet' cbuld,
imak;ng gt^,Wed ibcf-q btit a
wav1 of thfi air brokelthe':sell 4i1
its' trabsitodiy. and ,boautfti!j' exts-
ten e,'arid ii was6 gb70et e. 'tpas
like the dream of 1lve."' iff. herd,
1.8, ^^ ^ ^fci cO ion,- i
is:the lover in the Aluxaury of his
visionaMy aspiratin.-if there is w
,- A'trI; :: ,; ; ._' t,"-: ,
sngle bjissful oment.like:,a star
siarkl in~g min "'sahdowy firmas-
'ment ofi'fe,' i is tha.4t which 'diB,-,
covered a. long aoursihedo. b fectiond
'to be mutual. ThVe moon as shki
^V -li 'i .; ;' ,. ; ; '.. i t
rides .on in the infinty of. space,
.nas no a'greater' influence upon.
1 v,. '"i ,,' '
the 61de of human though t--rnow
permitting iit to settle down in thq
state of tenmpora'ry tanquiiiity-
'a",ri now bidding it heave and
swell by the magic of its viewless
power).Yi~tip4"wlat would

.as we . how does it. .aeoAtpOse-
the -o4,ege qp.ans ,fgf pw3as'-how
,h q rk ofstorp phl
4, PO Awn +-.rr'" #a,;'PP~
osphly bo~w ,iloytt .an^ jdaapea,"
befopohe fragrancQ 0f itslbreafb'!
_' ---,=. --'----7- ^*-. -'. .-'-'----'7. :'.+ i
'''." True.vrWOrthi" ".-

A r eauy modest and 1mertmrto'as
person owill'.never make pretensionBs
otf any ki. J-,is .manner, and
exp~ressions w~ll. always' Lave a
tendency, tq underrate his, ability,
not 'because. he will pretend: to-be
not* ec si6"." I '- i *>' I fe* to be ,
Iess capable than. he really js. but
because .so many -men have be-
come, r' tentious in th4ir ~annr
ani expressioni, he ofre'ars he may
be consisdered- al such. WQare:
in conseqIuence, too aVt to popidser
the extent of the ci~ty 0of the"
w0 meet a hittle _t4ow.t e staadard
indicated by their ict#', and exr?
P-.". 's-, rm i, ',. ', *t 'C. ". ti
preassons, Jllerelorc, true, Dmyntt

would j. 4fct^&e a.,, an?",
Counsellor Dailey asfA,^Af,,,t
"+ -,' '7:'+ '^v. "L t -* .; *ta'," T"--
^larP peuB A^b,-lk fibalt re-

plted, and geAI'gr.tegntfrfoiioed.
11Thro^. pwnut~faff<9ejfne& coun-
'10 poisj a B6ii' f-'I Inot.
oculds indIchI''icus; --M. htrtza.

said, smiling ip 6 ears" 'this.
fl^gN~fifeseM04-41 .'.!
+,- .' ', ,^ y {f imiri, :"*/.-

"*A-!nbw cr cpasihwi t^^.',m-
ffwbwQdiw Ncya-hidbyo of- e
the newspaperpgW dtrijnrip It
;r0fr.!1 P<|PPgf iwbMrnt^'l1d. if naife

who 0", l*owio 'I'LV*miia be-
t wow.B agit, of whws^ in*ith"w.ordsr_
fad, t neoea.a, ;to 4 *am eir

honor. as au e8GO| ,.
po~fgH^.<^Tk A $o get
A.a drIplk,I,W.bg,,wi~pp q 4A"is.
comoan, Lyt tyia bo -

for liquor long enug^f V^AR.

,I.'o:ri hie; S i"n,-qf.

The s'tcamer Dictaitor having beeh with-
:[i i' (drawi fur Surmmher rlpairi, -
? :.: iCA'Pr..J.'W PITZ01nMALff, '.'
'Will leavt.:Charlestou neiry. Tuesday
evening, and Savanunah ev-crv Wepdnes-
'day, for Florida, arriviug in Jalcksonville
'4Veil Thursday., *7 ':" -; '.
. ,,,l; -.RETURNING, i; .: -,
.wi leave Pala4-a every Thursday eiven-
lug, Jafcksonville every Friday, to suit
the tide, Feruandina same (lay, arriving
in Savaunah aud Charleston in time to
c.unnect with New York Steamers.
Through tickets North and through
bills of ladinuggiven..., ,:! > ; ;; .: _,
' ;,.-A GENTS ...... '

? 1 R AVENEL & Co.,sCharlrestou. -
JEFFREYS, BRo. &c SON, PernandiLua.
JEFFREYS& BRO., Jacksonville.
,R. J. ADAMS,, Palatka, : ,

,.O. fffftaemif 4he courts of the:Fifth p| I P L 0 3 A ;
,* .h .g e,rnwed tonisCarei BI : AWARDED BY THE 't?
I' 'au h o Ie .I
.a-.-! ; i)-.i .' e. :,,:, ;-. ,. .* i 'o *cz .**

MJ a pftW-. .00 s I U taIif FOR. 4'--':- :;.
,. .......- ;4yJ "Y.ATAIV, LAN A T- V,"
.' ': ,' ., '" ,AN FLDT'NO MA niNE3.
.. ,"*/ 't^Cr; orida; *.,. -.*
*'," .. -"""* ".T I.t Is' lngenlots add *waill eet, the
qm w BteIciao th tOtWrt of the 5tJ wants of every matron iu the land.m
Jgl ...... .... J.E. GavitRec,Sec. F.A. Birwnrd, Pres.
.. (ilH f F.,.MAR^HALL, .Samuel D.ITillmau, Correspouding ,8ecy.
,* ., ,' .* ..,, ." -New York, Nov.-mber 20, V ,l .
A.: A TORNEY A T LA I V This simple andi-ngel-ious machinelis
; ; as useftil as-the sewig machine, aud is
: ,..*- .. dCi,' LoDA. f;i't becoming 1populnr with ladies, in the
..,. 'i .. t... ....... ...* place of expen-sive netdle-work, Its work
-'.Ml-prlct~etiheia thi Courts of the 5th being' uchwld Pore N au,]s)ul, requiring
udicla[Oireti$."- jaully less time aud. nt oue imt pth Iart the ex-
.:., ', .' ii,; i..... t, .1. ., lpeuse. No laly.'s toilet is now n 0ov plete
lt",i<3JRfWB ROGEFa without it. A. machine with il1lstrafed,
... ,,, ,.- ,, -. .. C cil'uh r a tJ M ftil iLiatructioDs s. t on re-
/,* j~ fj'RAG J A LA- ee,p ol' $2, o'r1 f'.'inKsh tn s**ve'l-* plate ior
; : -" ', ] -, i i .... r .$2. ". A id,,res, tlie MicK ee '31airin c-
^ o a lA. l o rla .h-l:/-. .l n g C )]Uo im u y 3 0 9 B ri aOt w y, N : .
-' : ": ; .:*.' -;" '- :.. ^ !: . r ; A ueuts ,au~te,. .;*.. /., *;: ,.,, i .
ti.,"A ens-w ii-ed
..Wlijl.,ractcce lI the.State.and United v . ,,
',,. ,. .. .0,00o ArareChuce$50,00o -
,' ",M '."OYG f R Y ;' .' -A '-/ P lFall patticulars *
'' C ; '~ i ;" '""- ''" '"'. ", i .i : lrecorsix ar-;. S.am
".AT E'YA LAWE-:I ApIN's pleslfor $1.00 Ad- "A *
-'::"~~~ ~~ "" .." " . resq "
0 ', ,, I .... ;,, i,. '
SUPILT. -CO.-: t
it 0teaV aL it) re P.*

drinkers affor aa fi e wae ftor
the reformatory 'A Borts 01 c wo-
,mau crusaders,. ab & wou b
leathers 'n their caps 'fttle wouldt
stop the practipo referred to.
' ^ *"".', :i N, '-+,,:.<: ,7,'

^'Jn 181, Englatidt'611 tle,
ftiited S1tabs- Woo~ka '-f- ife4akif
of more thah a milliota -do lo ,u
jgoldt ,Sh-e I cmve*a^ -ftkdiftnhia
rountr lea6' Aan i$60d Mrh
gbd! "'e ?:'? 'ky {" v." ** ^ ?; i *f

SA q~repfr of, A> IpustJwi
Jacfe int~rvi!weda yi~tter aa
ouerig and ef t of his Oarowe

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OCALA, FLA., SAle,:? JRDY74-


.l' Ocala, Florida,
I will continue the practice of Dentis-
try Iand will he happy td wait on my cus-
tomers at any ttme they maAy be in need
of My professional services: Terms cash
or country produce. Jnl,ly

lliSi~r~Bdll~DI~AIJD8). -1 IIC41YSSER.

,_ ugerq. ,i i/ w r'1
.... + ,,.,,, ;...--- ..-. Ott ra geq.'
A great, how.,lHas been raised, Tile cw eU9 ^-,.,. e,
say Genn. D., H:, Iill.ia li,, ,_ p a' -,f'FIoil'. news' frof--
the, So ~h n Ho^,.agapu!t ouL iz re,' -. o. o IsTsa... '"(
organization by the merc41c6.91m0- pa -les' iye 'h Qa..i .. .
nopo.istR,, shoddny, ..irpers; and on the report that1an or, ig-ery of
predacious plinderers. No, objec- Mrs H arriet: *Be c,,ti "o" hYo
tion was raised by them to plass, produced(' black 'no'Cs They
conlbinations and associations ,of' have run 'a .snitret ."- ptitio .
other classes. Editors have. lhadl dl & rmine :hlo shouTd in-.y the
Press4 ,s8ociaLions; Doctors have m--artest 64.6 n -I,..is s. ec,..
ha^d' Medical', Conventions-, Mer-g l'I I _,, ,f .__ .,
chants have establsh'ed Boards of tith ,. ^ ek: ...
Trade;' surancelmeu have held Mrs"!o Wo If& hr hvba4v.6f
lpurrance Assooiations,; Mechan- ,,,.:^ .,. c. t, .... io
,cs VO d their IsociTs; .b6dic, .c4 Tog c *
so 'aye thetI aw.yyrs3.antl even the n- tilir ',-.
Prea hors consult ov nmatetqrs per'- t leniihf-'who ahq7*#'h h -l.^ d .i
raining ,to thom~elve@whenthey lionls of 0.1riL...-' hi. tme,'
meet in^ Presbyteries and Conven- h"d' ; : a',-bl-
tions.,Q.,To,t a word of dissent has lo,,s t.o t.e Lo._,'-,adener's
ever beeu tei'ed, by the rpt rob- Ma,.n- i-To c"ll them -' l ",,
b^rs about thesq things; but when is to ex.ig-ate. r"T y are dusky,'
the, class Jthat fe.dLs all l th(er dirty. ana ,the-_i, f. r x?,
-: . '.; ,:2 ., ., .q alatii, far betuw
classes has ar1q eye to its own i the ghu rs (' it
lrest ,this is annoutnce.d as. an is, fimus w vh icha t tq'Ws,
a f,.I-(Mulls cri e. i -i: abd .pr ts proper ripening.
Tlihrj is a. Rtssiau fible tJat The cure is.nrot disqover&d; but I
illustrates the point so well tht.l Ahave always been confideit f .from
we will give it witliout comment, suchl obsirvatiuns and experiments
and let all .draw the moral for as I have been enabled to make
themselves. The story is- that lh1a1t whatever invigorates thu
tlie shp, ononu occasion, got to- trees cnablea them to withstand
g--ther uad resolved that they this I-lest. Irrigation comes near-
wouhl no longer allow ihe \vulve l-st to a s Bcific, but.iris. uo,,, al-
to eat, ttl(m withoutritence, ways available. This I know
This nmceting was-a secret one, but tlhat the orange tree requires. a
the result wnisaoon apparent. Fur goo0d soil and a plenty of', fiod,
that v'eiy night the sheep f6rm- ia respect ofion not well shituated
ifd a circle and put ewes and lambsi o('[', sibgtiafciiin, will
i tlhe .centr.e, aml die ram s with s ou s cc,,metlh p ey..of theo -bri-.
their sharp hurns on the oiutsidc. s". As it i ..ar ,o, bI tL
So -when the wolv,..s camo to .got Il"'P".:' tig to1 -. I,)k-e^s'on im,
thehr stu iper, of tender-,lam b, they; : Stl '- -" -top, t
ItI, i,,B+ead ._e ,. ,u .. ou.'n, s^1 ^ ,

thitSt> nom te antics of 11r $5r I
hks' aud'- "went.off-J.^.ge.t -,, y,, ff ,,sa,,-,
..^ ^.... '...i.- ^ ," e I. IV',S ^ ^ S

.,. Foolft."
The "Dashaways of San-Franeiseb re-
cently applied to Sam Booth for- A co-
tributi'p -to their'Suuday evening enter-
tainment. Sam could not well refuse, so
he complied by appearing before them,
and reading the following metrical essay
oh the fools who get drunk:
Of all the poor fools who inhabited the
Fools by misfortune, or fools from their
birth ; '
Rich fools and. poor fools and great fools
and small,
.Tht mai 'who gts'drunk is the greatest
* .. ; o f all. ; .. 0 ;
Thb &pendthrift Whdlif'e"ef *ih iri!toiis
In spending, oisig 1 r 46W b ii*d n,'or
,, :;: "tgieingi +.i.. i: 'i., fd .. ir ?1 J
Is foolish enough; but he has not yet
.To,,th levell of hip who is co'hstantly
-drunk. ..
The miser eternally t-lariug and sfav.
'ing, '' ':
For4.hatbheis'earniung or., steaKug, or
s / y s a y in g y ...... ', h o
May bie reckoned 'a: fool ; tot he. i 0t
,*i. -. q u ite ... ... i :
So foolish as. he, who w ill get h a
*' ; "tight""- *.* '.:i:;'
The marl who will wager, and dic ckr,
On th..,tops.of a cent or the cast of a
d ie, "" .. .
YoU would!think as, foolish :Ia. loolish
could be, .
Biut thtle .h'Ilnkard1 is evdn mbr6 foolish
tl e tl lh ....
Investments in wildcats" are "mostlly a
'But investments in wliil, y tre Polie
: lhiug still worse,, .. .
For stocks do not always their favors
refuse, : : ', .
But whisky iu'%,Utiu(nts ,are certain tu
lose. '; : '

And so DIu couv'incl of the trulh tof my
tex t, : -: ;
That of all the.ponr fools, f,.,r tLi.s world
I I and the next, .r
The. richeor the *poor i t hle great or t lie
,..... .;. sm alli.;,,: : ; ;* ,,
the man who getstit',ink iu the greatest
o f a ll. .^ .- .. ,.' =

son cited tfis "superiun ance of
old :ood as %Atske' ,Par~er
said little but'liftingieheio^'Jfes-
toons crowded with rich clusters
(if. Fruit, 'just putifg on /heir
kingly hue of royat purp.le,.let the
grapes speak for themselves.
Mr. Parker's soil is purely sand,
no clay within reach of thie tools
used, and his only adva tages are
firs, thia,. hc has quite a etock of
4cws;, and second, t'a0, there ij$n.
abundance o9f muck ipara at hand
4nd~eagpgyo be obta' ed. .i
.,.Thtjf firtfords apr~ipeping 4rotj
IwWn pearly.. alklilV.u -atJAynf
time, aud-, the Concrd-.tbllowi,,g!
lose after. The ,uftmches areof
.good size and the berri]s' large
and with ,very few blemishes, or
u'nipo beric8. Ad a -leook ,over
-the. whole ,,Nideyard muyt,.eat-
isfy all that tho cultivation of "th,
,grape in, this State 's likely~tolb0-
come a' favorite pusquit, light and
pleasant in character,. with a tfir
promise of hucrativo.com pensation.
We reserveour hecouut of th'.
vineyards of Messrs. M8lason and
Bidwell, not to weary our readers
vithll too much at (nrce.
Tli: fullowing facJts in rulation to
the pl'tlcuron of orang. il I ho
single county of Pkittman in East
Fluridii, will slhow.yhat progmcss
14,-s b.-tin made in t4at. direction:
itlh number of a feCsl of Jand oc-
cupieied iL the culivativa of' Ilie or-
aDge iu this county i4. 190. The
I)nulber.of trues now planted Ind
thriving is 20,000, 4 which A300.
flatvt a, xb t, ,iu state,

Nis.,sefmy ty "
annrt ItS iUtvatlni? lvr~
Pricouracred On tbecoutrgnn?
tence is almost alwayss st~ul
Hie' ?no, W pretenhjtiou aoff~a h
inte'res of society in'. ^"fmd
manner as-the swindler. e'in-
duce men to' doubt the6'qa city
of' oher,' and" en etu: e 4fe aid
and employment, ("- ey
mre VtW n r|i r ait IW4.ose
of theptettih,. oforg, F tp.. t-
e~d ignoramus. M& t~fB

ju*Q, iWAroAVsweP4*AA~e boasie-
fused A4Mo.r, *t0,, dflQiti be-
.cause thi lret ntiouns awindar has

i-ppsea upon.the,- oui ..aajv.
"I -etention every lnd -the
true indications of a w "a'n'i oF

-What LterJl-jot tir Ot
I At a Atriat:& ;JBsiBktlyjj ew
-York pn.Tul~d^ rS~rz
the editor .937;e tgfa^y .,-gave
.the following teal" -",' ,=, "
, .M r. Scl~ar~zei4{ thaaf ke, tpd-
vocated.the.nmatiu facture o0 p1re
0:" I fj, pu.re
lager beer as ap ed"or,.eta a
brewer hieg,' 6nld ad'q1L" jhif
li-,uor .qq l q. Prft, A i fia^"t
was like the teetotal lecty;r_ ,o,
though he advised -,11 nn to
-, V., ,, 1k I
di'k, toor ap 'loccasqiona!,ip
hinmsulf lr. kclwa-rTzw w'nlext
&Asked wm %t'l^ ^rrwasyi do
'[.e ..i ?..' [ -A; .,I!,. .Tf"
yt. His answer was w ter, malt,
hops, sugaf3 oa1n1 s draerIs-
^afi^NI^tttRidsth i I^'Ifew
-:.fiat, ochistlife *(A^ k-aadly

tisko wa thw^^^ of'^i4

'a'lMM RemXy 8itarWs Morning.
"!.,'t& ,.!
i LttiL... ... .. .... ~.00
' II e ,.l !,r.W iyea ..'......,..... 1,.00
--gp~y.b~l~th~* ..>....* 'O
S| wpy, one in~ ..L'..'.:.'...... 0
.l* ll,'tS~t ... **. .'....* 0

,, .; .i .?' Wy^L ,.V, WDo .,: :

?es l profqssio6ATl:'er'vlj6a to thel
citlzong ff fOdala *and- vieidity:o; -l".: "
' i fqfcepAiwestsIde oelthe.Pnblie Sauvare.

+,'$gti5^P a ot.d ea-t<^-. 8 0M-

ilftt will Iebpcged -aordrinz; to the
,. SBCW{m..jl ptw auia te e-n=Wtr of in-
,'. (Altar~ilWo~a'ilh of'Brevieetype.)
r-,JA v#O nt<, of .a pe-sonaT batire;
,Y11 chag.d 15,cent per hlne. ,
'il" _t t0 r.le.fl1 te P ubhicatitbn'f
.Oflialdl an&, Lopal latIvertisements' i.
;+ .;th, Sceal J-iijeca .,l Circuts,'of.,,tlis
: iS tats.. :, :. ?,:.. -' + ,:
: ~fi 0poo wthe8ao Plruid, repre-

-,,i., TC>p-N x.: 'It. shftU.be.the.wdutyor" the:
.'Secetaoy.of Btata to designate one or
mir, nWs'piAbe pub i[,Ped 'in caeli
,, X**- Jvfwhlal' tldt shitcIbo, known
:=,, ke t~alw qiaP.gap~ra+ of ;the;(irij, 'and.
1 ,1u legal n e, and, adAtertfsehents re
countyt y or' Probate CoioAl VWithhtr the said
Clrcutt, and ,at.l logal,- notices of any de-
Anul-rt ii g te I-W gptls-,
dy any person or persons. and all no-,
tices and dtfW A&lft*s of sheriffs and
j,'.t r county officers, ofall.Pountics
*i' ilflnii h Client, sh'al "bypua)ilhcdWin
".- "-<-i(i!^.llcii!al~lap f'bftllrt (iiouit. /; ; + i
,i".', 19. Ix.. H sh~l] he[h d.-tty;,).f Ihe puib-
1, .4sher of 'each p4Rer ;.0 tl,-i-uJwttcd to
.ptbtl4h "ifrl' ni6tlp a'n1i' \vltihoil' delay ;
-lfAroleMAilhat~haishftlt-nolt -kecytitprlct

-*l~~o~ali!l~l~llyxW^'wal^pd-^ i' im'tt
Ur ieasatltno l~eca for, tie aj,,anc.ra tic~qIred,
.:lfe qlA ,^ ,,,V.':l Tat

,TI[O.BflR' T,,J.OHtNrON,,ji, ..
: *^ fTJ^Y ATZAW
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'* ] S ;sdyK S O A i ,C o -.; F L O. I D X .
i Will piractite his pr6fessi'oi in *all the
,Coaurts of Sumter couutyf;and&,!iai the
'.Circuit and County Courts Of Marion,
Alach'a/,Putnanm and Levy. t Also in the
Federal Colirts at Jjtcks6oIvillb4 arid the
iSaprefiimCoirt atTallahasde- : .-..
- Particular and prompt pqrsonal atten-
tiog, give ;to all busiricss entrusted to
m y 'c a oe ; ,' .: -. : .- *.ap,' 1 y "

"*/ 'i E. IIAERRIS, P"roprietor:.

Ocala,;Florida. .. _
*Travel'ersecat reach Ocala Ovia Gafnes-
villbon Florda Ral i I road, or on- siteamers
Via St. Jp ns river and ilvor Spring.,
: A: R" fjU M' l' I 0 T E L,
-Con, Broa4way. andt Twei-tithll Stireet,
-t', .. '7 ,: ^ ',t l O K *:';,. : =.:' ,
ON" ;EO'5l-l A l~il ,.V^ fc EUI:Orfti4, LANIS,

([T'win tElie New ,outli.
Florida, Grappes, .
J. S. PA#,^ aIaVINE~ _D... "
'Thr .' -h.t-h" -.'A"4

Complete'wih 0'ill modern ihuirove-
'iments; roonms cn sw r tatd slng-le; private
parlorss, baths, elekatbca. &c.' .Locatiou
miisuri'pasiQd, .I<':in!g jn tht \try _etl'tru or
110 ibL &I'bl'lHaoft NeWwt'odrlc ljile. ,In

rtUn Managni(4, o01o A. 3. ly1runitl, lornicir-
'ly oiBarnumsi's Hote.l, BilLi[iorc ; I. N
.1reen, of Daytuu, Ohio, audl r:c utly of
New York, and Freemau Barnum, of
Barpum'r3 llotel, St. Louis.

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nw EAST FLORIDA BANNER. The author of 'I'd offer thee The XIX Century. dissipated husbands, the sad eyed, Brono. [From the Tallahassee Sentinel. LouisianaM.g ,lin i
SA.A Jthis hand of mine," is said to be When we look abroad upon the broken down woman, and the dis- DEAR BANNER:-We are hav- No Split in Marion. n a .
1, ------ *Y Jy 4th ,S7T -- a celebrated whist player of this spirit of the century now in exis-, gusting records of our divorce ing an abundance of rain at pres- OCALA, Marion Co., June 10,.1874. The fruit and crops o
l" pM ,. o. pino, and we understand he is tence, and notice the march of courts but too plainly testify. ent. All nature has put'on a fresh- EDITOR SENTIEL: I write you moon are douinbety thi
Too much raim. ' -' now enga~ed: on two pieces, enti- mind, we are apt to conclude, from But where shall my reform be- or and greener garb and everything for publicatio in your .valuabN Col. Hardee has already g
pBupe nd 'hl simeey rep t wand greege garbit and eveayhesn
tied respectively: S Near Reng," a review of its railroads, steam- gin? Notwith the yun eop'e looks more cheerful than it did a bbenefciatoourfe i r w hh ^eW#l please
Plqeaci tl ngtie.and, Don' trump youri partner's boats, and magnetic telegraphs, for they are too thoughtless to week ago. As far as my ihfor'a str os l huadl an 1wk G
Eloquene-pialsingthe Wan- Trick." that it is wholly a utilitarian and listen; but, where I would begin all tion goes the crops are very good I have seen a printed letter ad derhill, James Keetp, E
What hag become of the baho We ope no one will fail to hear materialistic age; that the old class domestic r@%rms, with the moth- in this county, the corn crop es- dressed to'he clored pope ojo urn froi and
hallitas and oerterians? the address of Major Russell to- of theorists and dreamers have ers. How many mothers of my pecially so. Florida M
K-l-ist and -ercias c .. died out, and that their mantles acquaintance would be _. > from Mario county. It s sent H. Dupuy, all residents c
The mail route between Ocala livere 0z .tahwnc ~ ta_ aefle o oohrso er idea tha they hav,m ecu r agced, An occsionavess hile isbyl atrsnthrfrcruain bti r nvstedwCi.tade
_e,:, : :7 __ ner thse Methodist C.hurch have f.,"O _o Ote ,, udrsajetatenv~norgx.A ainlvhce pulled b ae ihotiepris hnhv enrse nt
SPAm~v He.,is heoMYaens~e to- at Jere' genham, John Stuart -this. all' abobig passion ^an ye .. Po Maio s
^^ -.n, ...., ,. .^ ,. ; f mwt . f^ d a eloquent Mill and other writers, have i etr- how ofen have I heard such ex- .ts a ..owtihers to grvirer voice. fseens large tracts 0flatW
Lmw~ "iv + .,... .':.,, ..a ak -~ .ue thi prcia spirit, int i. lis maes that thr caacmtw
."Wr6 e still under, 6bgatione speaker S .the tate, .and as a duced t'eir practical sptrote presaons fll from their lips as ,i--g- f..lp .. _.l that there ls confusion aeehaes and other parfies who
AdiV...! ,Z lergr, for cohio temperance, lec turer we doubt if PO I -'ag WWII nddmsic=ma f o r not MOTtdrel ,on ,0 1,0- r. f .or uh LVy 00t,11111ndrz, ae rm omtn
; ,~ brn wn o g .shs q economy; and, although fiction you .will never catch a u"o'r someh~ingto ke.epT-t 7e r ".-in pwVYc madne s toan d a ef t sd Th p .e _a!,

lyw ^ :^^ speas ratice? i& c
Tehanig on our oftreets f 15 t. at Cotton Plant. lsh ncu~noI me age, the ldeal Dont yo know that a ,ood _u- in ad s :.... to. Stand shoud to uoulder with ed w..ih the im.
.a .; *I, 'Mr..Sol. Benjamin -'one of'. the te X --uitin pracO- SCan attracts more, attention of Rather on the order o to .anycause tor. hdsenhons i especially the countieso-t
,, A mail route from oala...,v most enterp-i-ine- and su..essf. l r. ,. gentlemen than anythingelse?" drmmers of ,, l onv a iItl ,r -a e are prou ot ev and MariOn. Theo
iantfir L to Tee.br. ..... m e".., Our novelists are no longer Mrs. or "Lucy, if you ,r nt .... i .f,11.; our position, and cannotbedragg- tended offers rf puoryh
~IT'..rw.,:. 4.to; ,- fm merchants of tris plaee_ has re- . ,. ...... .j -j.,o,,,mr o hy ,mk Ln, : .. t ...i"- :-.
^S~ ~ ~,4u% j willu soota w P h Rad cliff's 11 Betraying the'HO'osanal ~~e~ e oe0 hyoee.mk dara otksdswt ftelretad
**....n.P! ,:.'!.;-,?q:., i,. ,.oenn,_ pwrpbasedl.the:gin-.honso of Forlorn Pr;-n.o.,,p." t'"-,,.;v-. --' T ^.,, ne ,gei ar_ sometimes what fishermen would either wing of the split party in tiveplantations" trfhca
,,! W -.. f:Tyrants, n te stoereS say tha hav see ifst one .....hing......
-isfllwrs,- HeiepoUt e en-, cer. hon:. hrew and -fore- of^ ,, Wh Dehaveseen. stance they think they.havea .rich, prze one tnh Manon countywl others these hearts; wer
?^.T,ll,'<,, ss. 'o .sighted men of Mn. B's discrimi- o ^ turns t _cto, tnat lslo, na treOriends of meo, nave maA 0 swt e b
.g..'. ... .. . .. ...t...o. d .. . -.. it turns out that. ,the& freh 1h e sit e ...a .. -,
?^wtw.a .... :nation ixiveat In real estate^ out, eminently practical Mrs. 8towe the nursery., Lt me t ecal one *L ^ fl T -., ... her mater cunties so tar as, they rangements wbiithDtWhwok)
,m te B^ *il^ t.~t soOB be ^ ^ w edaio ar midst the avB Bavelry,', a ge' -n accomlisid irtypwoes^y111i hav -no^ fer .a spli 'Ity IWs .ni a1n -II --t l e;
: ...: ., of .ul -01d ....*4 ose 01 f.!ol-Do-.',::: ,, -'. -.! i a tetug aco mea friend,- n- o u achn o ctoe smebuny bu fahe r ipua.......hi...ng. ........coffee. sonme".. sh"y... El: : ... -.--
*e6w*^,ith -fe~ leds .....of the .e-end, ,^r. om s ,. ot, u i .e paof i _l T mi$ the
.i i. ,.:, : .... ., oerty. it is M r. Bo jam. n's m ten- h o .... .,, ,, ',e H. -----. a. -i ,f ,-., ,,v, e,1-^ i i, not divided and warring aitsnst'eiftly tra-swohttyiont'-t1i
/ [Yl' 5^ Bteaer-Ofa ee wmt ,:,,n to m^ ....s Tes of a misty ourtof Chancery some two or three'summers, was .^,, wr itself, .y, s- mon, a nd oua,-ho.d.odT.
and~e Ok "niwf ",to oMniicuectnse built diamng the year. Mi. W. J. .nd.b s.o
.enr tomce the Tound trip of hopes .. plete his loe who Know d~othk.J often brought into the parlor and g he y and why o much abuse and thul Orleaps to ane*fi
ni4. :a Ioi t &A A,: _r_ 'a an'~ trT oi an hope "t ,opet hi a.,Tesii fteaeta ok aet ,d,,. ,;o , Jones has in process of completion, mlnalbon?-Isesm bs s t'.Msr.:U
VIA .ust and- r- rangements for the manufacture at w r .. .. o u nd usual s .w- f e df ll-e 'an a o
'"ia14."14 same -by t. h app roah, o for the accomplishment of an end ng off" process with whichrh;mn a fine dwellig that wil be an heaped upon ,our State fuperi- Keep predict tataf
w .. .... f h y th "a by means of our sympathies.' _r fre qu ntl 'reg ornament to the .town. Messrs. tendent of Pubic Instructlon. dried iamilles wilmrtf
party ',who found. a new. the cotton-gmning season. G.uoe u t ru end rega in W. Jack and E. I. Ba,-e- t Mr Gibbs isDa Bma nett w .... :a r .... T
steel nrieb umbrella at the Silver O poeen loo ha --s its te ad wl do ,I remember, the also have new residences Dr. to honor,. Wth credit to. the gust and Christmas. Th
umbrella aM 8c verfind O hasaimant ...... charm of the ideal. Fays sport- showers of kisses and applauses State and honor tow himself ht that Ffildl e the t,
wAdv a.^ ply at .thld office a past week by the eaming presence ing on the rays of the moon, and bestowed on7 the little one when to Bauford has had b~ll west ofthe filed the office of Secretary of which a native of Louis
?. ,^ .. ..... Mr, ?r- Smon Benjamin, who is elves gamboling in the sunbeams, the question, "Now tell me who railroada nice commodious drug State for four years, and he now make a permanent home
,: -i6? in the on'a brief visit from Micanopy. haveivenW ay to the .. Octaro.on.s is your sweet e store. Other shpeoveun are occupies one of the most hpnora- joy good health. (ol. Ha
-lorwltest (afc< the heavens The _purport of his visit is yet Complant" and the" Charge of ply with such an air of 'shy yet h eronson temlato the and re presentition gntbeen in r catong tme
Slast Th osdy nijht, Its -tailtap, shrouded in., mystery and. doubt; Balaklava," and "Fairy Queens'" triumphant consciousness, "Willie be on the high road .to prosperity. ia hi i a reresetoat consenrable in e
*;- i'fpemTe4t ) ll-'66 feeti leug.: ;bUtrth0 whisperings and slyglances and -I Night Thoughts "have all or Charlie C." The little co- ida, his speech .at Emirs, New during them to come and
g ao m the rear -of exchanged among the fair sex re- been banished by the bustling, quetteo having already learned, to We are disturbed very little by York,. at the thirteenth annual gate the advantofes offer
Afir e -has u 10,e in constant veal,.a great deal. Whenever his busy spirit of the:age and century. vary her answers: as the object politics. The democrats are quiet, meeting of the National Associa- State to emigrants. ms
"W6I~ idr'ihr616 ii6knt&, .nd' it is, ,ame. is.,casually% mentioned the '. As lovers of 't1he, past.--which was 'either prsnoraet.Isrneadwthu, hiethe fnpae iaogte~esn&rs, oiin
*S S^? ^ ^^ he Asloves of^he pst-wich ws eiher resen or bsen I serene and watchful, while the n ^ placeshmmn~e~-o : ^
,:-reen or absnt mos Of 01 ,:, ?-
::g eusfce figave to literature so much of the did not approve so m t r
11 I t '. ;, "' e -o I metlyn States. -.Thelh a p nM .dy(om ro hy
'"1;'.' -" ..... "' in tell-tale blushes. His actions good, the true, and the beautiful-- determined to wait and watch the ling, which cases but little corn- Gibbs? He wh0 attacks him for with a view of purchasing
.,,a : ^ a^.Ac^ are earaffily watched, ad his go- wemay, regret the changebthat has issue of such trai-" 4.hnd m motion outside of their own camp. deficiency, politica].lyor otherwise, -New South. .
^, s Fss>p. .on hursday,. A g slyy .anished* incy by the introduc- not surprised when thf I. Blumen ibal, the would be great will do himself injustice, and only -. .
Iafeiyesterday afternoon'and- corn'o the pat.it outcvrh
public exaTinmation,was had and lafe y a --. tion of the.- useful; -but as& men, c---^ome^ me:--- n .lightof the party in this county, cover himSelf with shame.i Gen- Remarkable fflt'f
e ttschjolars ,acqutted themselves tugbut, with a suspicious looking with the. woes and- the miseries of with, tearb in her eyes exclaimed nas nad preferred aga-nst him very :W ,. a _.e-.-.. st
.riddtableman^,/,er.., :,i. Ouenconceaednderh oat-the world before:us. and the. dra- "iWhat'am I to do 'With tn regard to hfigh The no0 -t"o I'd
i 1.:t- .-" .hghtens pubc'uroity in. pery of the closet Jeft .behind us, for- her head is 0 com pletely course as Collector' of .ustoi. cept t chr s a a s t not.
p'..:11t:,.i is rt 11!O.ono loomplam. t; the obje,of. --...: his viit Th .cha. y7 rges co,'e,,rot urm s, onttecae~~.Si hepo lutaino h
,, e ,,S 'fldtf" svw. e can but, admire that spirit turned with beaux that I cannot e cn ges come rom one of young man: f will post you as a produced by sudden andm1
g,. . the ti.. 7 a: cannot''" "" .. .. the co lored brethren, who -also coward.-` :D t' s iS ot :- --
,,Yt IOstg jala .]ni is!distressingly ^ If flowers speak the language of which has made literature the manage her."' I did not sas one o .h ,, .. ', emoto. A young man
1,1eoq-."lo t e.Ough sick-essIn love we will have the, pleasure of guardian of the poor and :friend- 'word to add to that poo mother's assumes to bea Joshua or Moses ,. ,, e p y.u.s.lf.a_ g n Ciy, Nevada, who
th m,,th*,,- r^o . reortina the oourr'ence era very less; the redresser of the wronged, anguish, bu in my 'eart I e- of the part-. This wrangling h a 1u
unwth a ,, m m .m .m. ," . : .,,. 2 .. .. .... o but in m y- Pf I ex- y tacks the G ov r o n e r t r
v~b.,. u~lmen:mie lft his ap ir in beala, soon. Every and 4hue rdormer of. -te misakh biS: ma a ""'0 eso nohrfitda
_! enroaim^!ong the faithful here 'forciy of State, so that if che letter is ridspectaclea
, ... ----t- ......... morm'. a colored voter may be. and .errOrs; ofoermn andy---* *" F"fW^M '-_m nd on fthr'old sav*iha 11 written by any one prfessing, to ^ .ue fr .- .'a.
_'^J.isfct.^ftl^ a massive tray of << circumlocutiou offices." --" has .'. ":-' thieves, fa~ll ou't honest be a Ee~pub~can heo engaged f an also says ic-uol --hwo fcn
S' '" -' 4 ." """. "".". -- -
tie ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ I M a ri g the G rea r ...01'''t~ n ). ._a p o c n m ro ~ m u h s r n
4opse juse t ;ondhsLfrougtnd the havec hahled myber~id.,, -.,-.,- .. ..,, ..g~.efeto
s; Ai-.-*"" A-' .. = *--- ... -..w .... -lit; and laer a .ahinii ./m .;n v,* wihtoeltig cuel ecaa lin tn a la o w od w ithu utth hop of (set tin I lnen Dmlldfn lifn S .
tq T hroqgh the day, small ,.serious subjec.v.t f-, ;r it is, one th a venadttiwoiin x ....... ,,,,.. t
,,,.^" L 'Cll])iy 11f,8glsn'. y, ", __.** a it- d g ay -,'isu .e , MIR. JIDITOR:- wi a""o ... -W pr--is a-llv-o ,hose oholedge as. bl. ae o .'
,,too. e e fui eagee woold, ns *sue r .d a a k pressed reltanve to thee Cn,,ession- and t "y-. .
MaWl: aT.*etsht,-". i, Iny rema0 -y ,,ese of al ac al Iase"t to "aeywi l e c lans towitt the bookscedinaiI,,,t

aa'e^ ? isy- produc wfthout af svi asl^oned o me. ti^ s temwa preenolne woahitsa sectlanreadte&nbinsfa- aa B n
'"ZSqjty^"^ot 8.. moe. feln^uj "&hlyast*1db 8ef8cintohaea pombe addae trtr
^ a ^'^r 8'^ "'^ -"mild*" looin ge"l o^ imbve an, any o ther,'~o wlnts^,bter ~'mn aSr^
. 1 2 'ab u L = 1*~~d~ t h~~tm o h o : a t a r e p r p,) a b y oe o l d a hs n o n e & : -? r ; : 9." '- j a .^ .. r e d a h h t ,. .

>.r -- ........;^ '.,. *^ ^,Jaon i.e .. is .' .. .. tha :cuae ..... dev.e ..... .b v the .omo Mag e aoo manol, ofi whomfrth m f~ h hn o ny '
y' T .. .... -,.ne i. st on Wa easyd csaii mn theoy di. wof and- no L wld have m a- onson .sartcof to' i ow the "their abuecr appvrch a'a8 _

: o*( tt.(st:' stree a .., trhaie .obn f.o chate mor ueasnl ...... th O Sc .a pas" is heave, of ,h-.' wh a7 fewl~lt weeksi agot wee l[ o-tebetrUranztin. --
1'i.K..2S 1^ Tt '^^ A ^0 the present, d.ay ra time b: :se..... ..... nn emege fro
.... r a f h at Posses the ma1h e; of th wrent,., and iny to t a^UNT. doeef market i osnglemnd here theadIfullysi it one. Mait womanhso ,tra- 'wlfteo
S: ltmg. ze1/ym 'f~m~the i~lf whig-chaver-age n republican votanes 1 o^, ......ety;., .. ravi 6iswh.s to.allpnext o h de; fri- Cu has.' ai ,r fcesstyoingingtothe haue them' 13 ooo on is, becoming t.
J A 1 ,, t = k '; a ~ n u a 1 I ., .. ,,1 ^ 1 s\ i t I o in m /y ( $ 0s e c h a ir ori e aa s l o o k o u t q u i t o,:,, v .... V. t u

if fl ot
is Spring.
, for so*l
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ksq., who
Rve years.
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" .,-- sa Itcertaie s pu t ythe flippant iman -r That pqrs r a n Cfunty -c 1 e I A r.. ,,up, a e11.
.s,.caesW y'itl about,,j..,..,.,,. .. . .. .. "" c nn~~ It "e UlleL nlmsel. wa Nerl a 6 fire ;
.. ....i sh ."osn trslattfack on Walls q ewhi rsa~girlsA m hgable fruit-rower-Mr. Adam L. qtt ary at f
- -h Vfl-ji- a s a constant di a bore the teens' will: discours6ton this-m- Eichelberger-has placedsounder he schools are supplied with able no re-organization inhiarion but i:te ' B
P10 rttf dm.i~ ~ asrf ah- .fig h t "'4 ii# before. ra t u ... ... th q..... e and -effi cient tebw y o a r
"IM 1W, W p.. .t subject., .. 1 .... ewed. obligations to himfor a -ttd e. ehers. Where .stand ready armed and-euipped, raloa sh
k4 ,. ,. g ,_ attacked hil at all -F-ro th-e time our r come, la] ge cluster .- Y .d 9r at publicans shoof- be. as Ne das ,
, f*J ( .tg r, s 6fthe -hL out or even beforei' the' one q--m excellence ,- f ic ....n homehe has procure o W .A. W ILKERSON. eatinO, too hastily. -o '
. ] ', '", i; e to ef. in g ambition of thew v ..... ^l __a ___:'ecS .'. teachers from abroad; The "Ready, armed and eruipped" seed or 0,T ,k'
._, s.. aotoc clina' predie,~- p cGr- ato b desr toth i tt s-ae-od an choo at this ed1 sotaeby fo i Walla o Bctwurtnador. .
,od~g hemohsg ismsm" m.
nra ,d I ng nised" -hach dinh "unlortunate considereda hardship or, trouble of. ,he, ...... ;^ of thiss Ord "wiks,
.U".otj ao o a P ment. His vet6 of the car- that conduces to thie ds of -" ... __,ape is ...o. be adapted to 30 olh ]a poiand texspii o c o = :. _.,
T aeorfs are. We please tof bill mane r odl 'eiun to" Al -h -, or is: an exe rie aperath uiofhd Ce^ ^oe r^
, cllrop our e e dfd a .at d segre .an blindl several, vare tis ,'t-eht Mo c ht ..... s w r l -S-S ^ is
4 rit:61a e:r~s Excbvrom his d porters uncompomising restrict' tment" Withothelyun- hope Mr-. will noteahavri ani yh way. ehe secon a li sn dhe turb torhe settled Porde Fps sayse-a: ctl t
r rgmantve ,a tod cntrof the totbtsts and they eloquently at- but ey far th g"er numbers the orLy on. in-, the cutlCon.i di. t..ct soyps.ed ,, te P aye-book oin ore m maonyfUssm

,f t.-Ne^ md real* ttl o he.p adedn t hs wsgotur and cotes ri so mtoti un esn me- -o ...... .t ,rp Mp*p *^ .. : :r ^ik l tat sm o f tndotost a ken ew Epso al d Cinurch ^"'has _wed,. _.
-i ,.p,.,php~nn^-r ed- .w .o. cr.w-f c oc ande hutf_ o in.toxicated by the romance and .e71, and this was the. only oneithate- .om Walls a rus., ,rs e atio a otto fw a l

fie.vv omejdto utl dit-ats cours. ootoe ferhln excmia frasmr wewl utmk.tee oto i..te.eis f. atWalls ... th tot.dtil fcsum n .e-Th ^ ^
e,... f of hs.. ..,..... t o nc ment of thedays ofcourtshit p roved -to b e" ... ".s.lec eti of the .ext nges bey pit- and v,
.... hav ... ... pleasure :' . of A OO om gr .. ....:...,p p. .a nt d to eo riol .-. pomeraand the pio ~ ~ uc
We havonthof the 'preasurerof a mre loyalty than others, went so as tonbe obeaous to all other and frk tst ofce r------e :d Oeuterm bothe things I as onem -ta ersadlarueonajodt were h .wd peui..5.

...... -*f Puiric.....ut...... neen co p s r th .. mos co d cv tp m r ., tbl ,, occ rre at,,?, P l t ua r g F rd e-wilthermin wedl s ho s It" read t co. ou deie l. : -nost ^ ew e *0 8^lng ..le
,,t cshl~frpm owrgwatedispositiond, a ,i 0 e .nas to' say.that he haonc bs id rodl wise for thsein so hth root cofvrntsn sho ex ryeear hteas byea lb'dWSfad
a of t e 6d ..... ......he. ........ --ilutrte o .... e .u. ohe fac t that bunch t,W at, g t b c t .. h r
,. F, nfO,,,r.t. timesaved -h6 lifo ~and honor -o ma.triioy.*itou 'o;ne .'seiou gra. ;, : _ta W ls.a: ,e ak t vtemuowm o b ccene.
... .o.. ... e pe as w 11 As, the arFlowers and .s s .- You t1shold akatsn
the~~~~~e na e .... ... ..... o es o udt at the aprahmnralco
on.tNow comes the rub. though ot A, to its .. ketcksand re-,ScuppernongaPa pp g rw n su e-t ann an
'f, ,h*xten- d .. 0gdsrrmnmbor;that.- ;.n_ .
,.,on ~~ross pa cnes ti another-. "S__ ..._.. in- sp-siii"e --.,eu people i, Jacksomnvi r.llp an't Men of weigh- -,o ,.,ou ,ur a rn s .
and wae. upU After a ntlel n aroncunynW
, w r es ~ lra in toe m S ta te, sn rl nm e b ef n o u t r n h h aive it a ll y o r w ay T h et' wi li g ted a
=~~~~~~~ ~ ~ ~ m n ca'wt shr tim to fid h o.. wr'' : ; '.;'u y un hpe Mr. Eicholberger Willntb ..yuwy h eodwligt itr h ete re '- -,
writes a o account ove this dor th Pratyerthear-t
.. .gi ., go :: .0- inc stna it .i t. the --ar y t: perform the duties the only ono to engage in -the cul :,. 0ongressidnal district: is -composed of tePae-okb -msino aecnc~ ~ tsr
on's ig at r- nd eaD derta me t cayl, at are bleeSSd: with a great country -.ro Duva ass toc rulesWold
a. ... ... .... g c ~ ~~y if them will differfr mD v "uls o eenrm nd t"
*',L' .. e Ayrb(bqonie1ed.`tO w~iiuni N =ow,t fbr, 'CrW-fiShing- and Is d "-" :wlbt:aotemsto h eiso r al n the to the detailsofosu oadcr- Iaho s'go ,
I, 0 ,the matrimonial tie. for A's mar., lwowl~umktems~fi.temrt fM.WlA
e. nex issu the... very -etinamn tefitfl."
o/ mex msu me ery xnau t -t ine ; 'a on tbe..........l. riage wasono of God's&earli'est in'sti- ".: .-. eeto ftenx Cpngress-; runony. It INkvr m chw
tatetent drfbherrealsiurer 6f it-be, wiail-l t.,he n~ *tel -how hd -is how ready to come
4af Vth serne ompsur th itostdonucie, ~mafeeriby,]y occurred at'Palatka Fernandi
156 4 ', -f -P bl c I st ucton com ng rt~~ w ich th se ialesof happi ess, provided it i 'ntlg ly na and A rcher.' Judge Y oung is i ad y w s o t e mi n t h o t o
.. ..n wha dipsto .a' e t atD ~ itd ol ppose the -renomination of Mr. and to declare ta h drto odm
'the pat-rtite .... .d Ytakoe n dl etr thought to, have had a hand in the
/bae f he cholmonysfo th., "' A..... "or udvisedy center into, but l Walls unless he can give us -the of the sacramen sn ato heAVR4!;D
,~d of thac ShOld money for beoe .a latter and has been arrested andD
scholastic year beining Septlem- hwfwtoogyapritetsneofabtr an.4k City faith or the worhpoh r- 1 O H' 0
ber 30th, 1873. V law, duties the unhappy hoem tho carried to J4cksonvi~lo,' fferala,... tn EpiscoplC ua: !


;Feled by

MHbrt to,

are Owe
A new
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ftt~ or-
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These lands are rich, light, level ham-
mock, free from brush and timbers, and
adjoin the already famous orange groves
of Mr.' Jas. A. Harris, and Messrs. Bish-
op, Hoyt & Co.
For further instruction apply to R. J.
Steel, Rockingham N. C., or to the prQ-
VP499 9t wo.? paper;

WAANTED to purchase a amen lot of
cleared land, or lawger lot of DT-
tailly cleared 10ed. Mst b o.f A
and not swampy. 0a6e Unrot ,Mtee
with all particulars, #A to c oaMft, iooak
tiOn, &C. Write to box 1819, Pot 4MM
KW Orleans, La. _----

1,0 TO $20 PER DAY.





6K'Wis Otn!C, Marion c Fla.,, .
July. 1st, 1874 S
I lTeree will be a meeting of the Board
Of mtnty Commissioners on Mon'lay;
the 18tb inst., tor the purpose of correct.
Ing 06 tax books, and equalizing the
taxis of the County. "ll persons inter--
ested w1lt take notice and govelm them-
MkV' aeordingly,.as -onotice will be
takes -of any complaint, after that date.
By order of the Board of County Com-
rmlssioners of Marion county.
jly4--w. County Clerk.


., jrsn._M are hereby cautioned, not
yi a r.,6r trade for' four certain
Rn^Eat 0ies given by the under-
li~l'-tcy? F. Brawn or, be.irer, all
ba :_ ie same date, February 10th,
If ad 4.'rtbe sum 9f two hutiIdred and
,Q th ,y dolars each. made payable in one,
two6., iud ad four yeaas respective;y, '
as aid oies were fraudulently obta lned,
an1 4,'0Qnslclaeration has failed..
tF'Sa SA1 L .K
By virtue of ad execution issued out of
the Coutiy W1,u74, ;of-:.-Marion county,
Flotida, and to me directed, I will sell
/efl re he-,Court House-door4e the town
of Ocala, on the first Monday, the 3rd
e" R1fc ,ntr'W 8 1874, between the
'lel hours of sale for cash, the following

....*Dn Darb %ay mare and c6lt, and one
*.t.4ftirrtftWagoa. ., .,'
.t ji:.lvied .pok..as the.-prapertyiof Nace
'MyeOtei-satidfy the above execution in
.' u oor of'B i Russell;, -ThIs 24th -day 6f
TJswi.4. a. 1874. '
A^- ; ;' W_: J. McGRATH,
STijly--td. Sheriff.:
^y .'A R F F 8 S A L E;.
S.BY, virtue of an execution issued out,
of the Circuit Court of Marion county,
the Fifth Judicial Circuit of Florida, and
to me directed, I will sell on the first
Monday, ,the, 3rd day, of August, A. D.,
1874, before the Court House door in the
to,wad of Ocala, between, the legal hours
of sale, to the highest bidder for cash,
the followingldescribed property, towit:
.One horse, one buggy and harness,
!bihouse and'kitchen furniture, and one
house and lot described as follows: Com-
mencing at the northwest corner of the
. ; building used as an office, in block forty-
!jjsi:j A the survey of said town, running
the.ce south seventy eight .feet, thence
wedt.forty-one feet, thence south one hun-
dred. Apo twelve feet, thence west eighty-
S flve'feet, thence north two hundred and
.thirtytwo feet, thence east to the point of
; commencement.
,Levied upon as the property of T.'P.
Gary to satisfy the above execution in
favor of S. M. G. Gary. This 3001 day
of Jun, A. D. 1874.
jiy4--td. ". ; : '. Sheriff".
p R 0 C L A M A T 1 0 N,

",,:, .WBI. TfE,.MIA OR.

* H'Z'^i7;8ER:EAaj The time of the plreqs nt
1 i .'..Corporate officers of the Towt of
Oc ..ala hs expire,], it. is hereby ordered


"M me -l.- J I



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S .A V E Y" 0 UR L IFE
** AND

Si TE l00un,- O- HEY!
':h qflse'are the only chimneys made that
*"tfl' not break by heat or cold. They
are wed on the sun-burner and gives 1.4
more light and will out last 3 dozen
glaw chimneys.
The undersigned have secured the ex-
el~uive right for the State of Florida for
."'th.e Bale of the Mica chimes and all
'm hlkhttqiA mimt be made to them.
..,, ,. ",:/TpC tR &'TRANTIIAM,
*_. 0cnlaiFla.
" "m dIAL CIRCUIT r *,
MARY C4: YONGVE, ) Bill for Di-
'vs. '. vorce:
.:, In ( .nGu ery. i
Mtfe proof having been made that the
. *'. Defendant in the above cause resides out
if 9tW State, and; upon motion of Corn-
., o fadnfs Slicitor: It is Ordered, that
. M, .afdfi ndautplead, demur to.or answer
said billion or .before the 22nd (lay o
Be Se.rtetber pext, A. D, 1874.'
Ni' l'tather "Ordered, that this order
... e putIsilied in THE EAST FLoRmA B.Ls-
N / iEOr...e Sa.e (X three months.
"' "" J. H. GOSs,
f S, ,e tge.

'I Alco"IVl a Poison?
S.Ti ,ePot L ongfellow.
'.i,. .t, JAMES T. FIELDS
: f. LS. rwvey of the West.
: iWlthMap.) Under.Lr.G.M.W1MEL.ER
S' aItfb Horse in America.
J1lnstrated.) Discoveries by,
safety at Sea.
*>> .(Mhitrated.) IRON STEAM ERS THAT WILL
These interesting Lectures and Letters
with a careful report of the importau
J' "Papers read at the April meeting of th
=' 0aitodal Academy of Sciences -t Wash
ilngtbu d 'at the May meetings of th
ift~rcaW.'brintal Society at Boston, ar
pabfhbed in full in the TRIBUNEEx.
.W4 So. 19. Price, in sheet form, 10 cts
ij pamphlet, 20 cts or seven for $1.
"' APArs, giving full details. of tlh
ost of all the TRIBUNE Extras
tree by mail.
l9be FMrers FaVorite Papen
'*~i mJan. 1,.1875, for $1. Address <
,"" TUN TRIBUNE, Nw York,

B0 I N J N 6, B R '

Especially desUgje for the ase of the
Me&c~al Profe" W hod N=NSwili powwow-
ing those inrinde medical properties
which belong to an W and AUt 6m.
Indispensable to Females. Good lbr
Kidney Ompk4L A deUciow Toeic.
Put up in cases containing noe dona
bottlft each and sold by all drggtot,
grocers, &c. A.M.& Co., e-
tab, ahed 1778, N. 16 earer S
New York. ap14-4at.

ED FROM COURTS of different
States for desertion, &c. No publicity
required. No charge until divorce grant-
ed. Address, M. Housz, Attorney, 194
Broadway, N fb 7-6m.


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Six monthA after the first publication
of this notice, I will present my final re-
turn as Administratrix of I he estate. of
JOSEPH W. WALDO; deceased, to the
Honorable Judge of the County Court for
Marion County, and apply for a final
discharge from the administration of
said estate.


known t*'*req41m any eiteated recom-
u14u"latibn ; but-the reawn w-hich have
aIready given tt flay thousaMs Bubscri-
bets, and whic-.will, we hope, give It
many thousands a ane briefly = fol-
lows: -.
It is a first-rate SzZ ag* Al the
news of fhe day will be..i!t11) It. con-
dien'sed. when unim ff 40ljegt
wbo of nioment, aj a~fl pnuented
inu clear, itellglele ,
manner. ,",
' It is a first-rate family paper, f (ll o4
interesting and instructive reading of
every kind, but containing nothing ttvt
can offend the most d^tcate aad scrupu-
IoUs taste.
It is .I flrst-ratcestory pallr... 7%m beat
tales and romances of crepti'RkVftre
are carefully selected aud leAbiy.V41ied
in its pages., '" m
It is a first-rate agricultural paper.
The most.ftreshb aa.-linstructive article
on agricultural toples, regularly appear
in this-department; ; .,v ."
It is an",Independent, :political,; paper,
belonging to noparty.and, weartig i'o
collar. It fights for principle, .am for:the
section of the best nxen to office, t eq-
pecially devotes its energies to the ex-
posure of the great corrqptiobs that now
weageu andi disgrace our country and
thr-ateu to utlernaat republica lIn-
stitntiots altogether. It has no fear'of
knaves, and, asks- o:o',ovow ft)H. their
It reports the fa-fonfs fr flb adte"
auyd the markets lor tha men, especially
the cattle markets, to Wfaich it pays
partieular attention. -:-t{,; *>.v
Finally, it is the cheapest paper. pub-
lished. One dollar a year will secure At
for any subscriber.. It is not necessary
Ato-et 1p) a Club i-order to Jhave THE
WEEKLY SU at, this rate.. Any one
who sends a single dollar" will get .ithe
paper for a.ycar.- .. : -, :. "
We have-nio travelling-:agenat *
paes, fifty-six colhunns. Only $10,t a
yeax.- No'diseounts.from this rate. -
S.mall c.ize as the daily Sun. $200. a
year. A discouut of 20 per cent. to clubs
of 10 or over. -; ..".
THE DAIULY"SIW-A large four-
page newspaper of.twe.nty-'eght. oaumns.
Daily circulation ov.er XtI=O. All
thiis news for 2 cents. SubS 'iptien price
50 ceuts, a month, or $6600a year. To
cluln. of 10 or over, a -dtkdunt of 20
per cent. Address, "TRE. SIWN,"
NewV, York City. feb 7.

C. -. WALDO.

jun6 6m.

St, months after the first publication
of thlil notice I will presentimy final retuni
as Executrix of the estate of JOHN Al.
TAYLOR, deceased, to the Honorable
Judge of the County Court for' Marion
county ani apply fR.r a ftln-d discharge as
Executrix ol -aiI0 ,,1tat.\
dec 20, '73-6mm Administralrix.

SIX months 4'a rkthe' first 1: u I)lica t ion
of hths notice i will pre-.ent; to ,lie ulln.
-Wi. R. Hillyer, Jullge ;of-Probate, for
51 a riun county, my -vouchers for'final
si-tt,-iin%-nt of the-estteof HughKe'en ch-
,clar, late of said .o~jiqty <- ask for a flnal disc large from the Ad
ministration of said estate.
fe(l.28"7'46m Admistratrix

Town Tax Sales.

Tax Collector's Sale.
TOTICE is hereby given that the fol-
i. wing lands as hereinafter specified
: willR be: sold; at public auction on
Monday, tho 8th-day-of July,
A. D., 1874, at Le~sburg, in the county
ot Sumter, pY.so much thereof as will be
liceessgry to pay the amount of taxcs.
duly asses-.Sed aauinstsaMi landsktoagcthK.
with th,-- cost of iale aul advertising, the
amounts as specified set opposite to the
several descriptions "
Butler, Dr., J F Jones agent; s w qr of
s e qr and s w hW of s w qr sec 3, aiu n
w- qr of n e qr and w hlf of n w, qr, sec 10,
$8 44. : ;:
Dozier, M W, administrator for estate t
of J P Adams ; w hlf of n w qr see 7,
township 22, range 24, and w hlf of s w
qr see 18, twnship *1, range '24, and w:
hlf of s w qr sec 7, thovuship 143:, range 24,
$8 45.

"SIX n),,tlh., after the first publication
of thig notice I will present to the
Hon. Win. R. Hillyvr, Judge of Probate
for blarion'dounty, amy vouchers for final
settlement on the estate of Niel Fetrgn-
son, late ot said county, deceased, and
_ask for a final discharge from thd ad-
ministration of said (-.tate.
ian 31-6m '1Administrator.


N OTICE is hereby given that the fol-
Jo w i1 z desc ri bed property as herein-
after splecifieId \Ill Ile sold at public auc-
tion on
Monday, the 6th day of 'July,
A. D. 1874, at Ocala. in the County of
Marion, or so much thereof as will be
necessary to pay the amount of tAxes
due -,aidl town for the fiscal yeafri end-
ing July the first, 1874, and duly as-
sessed against said property, t,-og:vtl.hr
wi thi the cpsts of sale and advertising the'
amounts as specified set opposite to the
several det- criptions :
Brown, David; one hose and lot, $6 63.
Bullock, Robert; one house and lot,
$7 60.
1 urlison, Mrs E M ; fractional blocks
1al ., $270.
Bates, John; lots 1 and 2 of block 29,
$2 68.
Clark, Albert; block 50, $P 65.
Caldw~ell, J & T W; I lot, $3 60.
Cathcart, T K ; fraction of10 acre lot,
$10 95. ; "
Cox, W%; lot 2 of block 55 and, lot 4
of -block 60, and lot 3 and southwest qr
of block 62j and lots 1, 2 and 4of block
78, au,I lots 1 and 2 block 62, $2 83.
DePont, B E : lots 1 and 2 of block 66,
-$2 80. *
Fia nt, Steven; 3 lots, $9 82
Gflbb.% Mrs Emma; 1 lot, $2 70.
Hog,, T W; 1 lot, $2 65.
tIi zel, James; one house and lot, $6 75.
Hinson, Jefferson; lot 3 of block 23,
$4 63. '
Jackson, Elizabeth; lots 3 and 4 of
block 36, $2 70.
Lewis,/William; lot 4 of block 17, 63.
L'Etiglp, E M ; south half of block 66,
and lots 1, 2, 3 and 4 of block 42, and lot
3 of block 27, and lots 1 and 2 of block
53, ai l lots 3 and 4 oflb]ck 53, $5 02.
MeCouu el 1, S D i 2 acres, $4 10.
Oats. estate of B; i, interest of block
34, $-2 !5.. : .. .. "
P.l I, Mrs F- M ; on'e hotise aud lots,
.t:3 10. :
P&ytne, Josiah; lot 2 of block 36, a:u,
lot I of block 25, $-70. x
.- Rfiiut. State ofJohu ; block" ,' aud
lPAt 1 a-i *2 or block-71, $3 30. .
S mi t1h, B ,AI ; lot 4 of block 50, and lot 4
bilk Ul '27, lous 1 andl 2 of blk 51, and lots
1, 2 and 8of block 17, and block 15, $2 90.
hlioinis,.on, Mouroc ; -.lots m block 14,
$4 6,8.
Woodruff, E D; lots 8 and 9, S S., $3 00.
Wobten, 0 L ; lots 1 and 2 of block 19,,
$2. 65.

-.-TO THE----
No Charge for Adelce ando(o Cnsil.tnti.
Dn. J. B.DSoTT, ,r.ahmnute of Jefferson
Medic,,l College, Ph-iladelptfia, author of
several valuable works, can be consulted
cn all diseases of the Sexuail or Urinary
Organs, (which he has made an especial
study) either in male or female, no mat-
ter from what cause oritinathi, or of
how long standing. A practice of 30
years enables him to treat diseases with
success. Cures guaranteed. Charges rea-
sonable. Those at a distance can for-
ward letters dsecribing 'symptoms and
enclosin stamp to prepay postage.
Send to the (teifc to Health. Price 10c.
J B. DYOTT, M. D.,, Physician and
Surgeon, 104 Duane St., N. Y. feb 7-1y.

"NOTICE is h>r.-'I).v giv'n' that. x
A-_I month after date 1 -shall -apply lta
the Jiulge of Probate bf Ma-rion chunky,
Florida, for a discharge from the -,ad-
miunistrat,.,rshiffpf tte estate of James T.
Hopkins deceaset "'.
feb 7-6m. Admiinistratriv.

: JOHN D. LEITNER, ) Attachment
Svs. ]-for debt'
. MARY E. AVERY. Am't $68.83.
. The defendaut and all others interest-
ed are hereby notified of the i ins t i t u t ii:>un
o1f the above suit, by attachment and are
required to appear and-plead to the dec-
laration filed in sahd case within the tihie
required by la-w,w .Tjudgment will be en
1tred for the sum claimed.
.' apl4--3m. Plaintiffs. Attorney.


Dickinson, J L; w hlf of n w qr and s
w qr sec 5, township 20, range 24, e hlf of
n e qr and e hlf of s e qr sec 6, township I
20, range 24, $109 25.
Duvall, J O; w hlf of n w qr sec 16,
township 20,'range 23, $4 17."
Crenshaw, Joseph; n w qr of s w qr
aid s w qr of n w (S" sec 29, township 18,
11rtnge 23, $4 16. -
O'Flarty, John; n hlf of lots 3 -and 4
sec 9, township- 19, range 25, containing
109-acres, $4 84.
Harrold, J B F ; fractional part of lot
No. 3, sec 25, township 19, rage 25- con-
taining 7T acrer, $11 58.
Benliqa, S; M vHayns, agent; lot No. 1,
sec 33, township 19, range 25, cou tain iua
27 acres, $59 93. -
Hanson, Mrs Ellen; s hlf of n e qr and
s e qr see 15, township 21, range 21j aud
whIf of s w qr sec 14,towsu4hi1p21, raiiie
21, containing 220 acres, $8 45..
Hart & Moragne; n w qr of n qr and
n e qr-of s w qr and n w qr of, s e qr sec
6, township 20, range 24; and e-hlfof s e
qr and e hlfofn w qr s,c 19, townshi, *20,
range 22 ; and w hlf of s w qr suction !P,
township 20, ranm.e 22, co wtaiLning 5-2)
acres'more or less,.$8 45.,
Johnston, estate of MI-rsF R, 2 Yuars
jaG^ and 187 3 S t 1, fpf^. W iAmtl IhI-41-M
on w qlr, u lih ,t W41 qr, s e ,lr of u e qr
4 \w qr out's %v or and u w ([''tors e qr, ,-I'-c
17, township 21, rauge 23', O360 a'rcns,

McCommock, A; for four years; s e qr
of nriw qr and n e 6qr of s1 ,w q, sece 32,
township 18, range 21, containing 80
acres, $10 58.
McCommock, P; for four years-; s e qr.
o of s w qr and .- w 'qr of s'w" qi'scc 32,
township 198, r'uLv 21, containing 80
acres, $10 58. o ,"
MIcCommiyoe-, PP; for four years; s e qr,
of s w, qr and s w qr of s w qr see 22,
township .18, range 21, containing 80
-acres, $10 58.r7
Weeks, estate of James; e hlf of n e qr
see 3, township 22,: range 23, and s hlf of
-s e qr sec 34, township 21, range 23, con-
..taining 160( acxr. $6 29.
Taylor, J M; n e qr of n'e qr sec ,
township 21, range 23, 40 acres, $4,16.
Mills, William; n w qr of n W qr sec
30, township 22, range 23, n hif of s e qr
sec 3, 'township 22, range 23, containing
r 80acres, $6 29. '* '
Mills, Benjanin ; e hlf -of n w qr, see
! 5, township 2,!, range 23, and s e qrofs
w qr, see 82, township 21, range23, con-
- tainiug 120 acres, $6 29.
r Weeks, Stephen; agent; fractional part.
I of w 'hlf of n w qr, sec 3, township 22,
range 23, and u e qr of n e qr sec 4, town-
ship 2V., range '23, containingo 106 acres,

*.K Elliot,.R R ;:h e qr-of swqrandsw
-qriof s e-qr, sec 4, township 22,.range 23,
80 acres, $7 36. .
Faber, Oberhuru ; s eqrof ne qr, .and
n e qr of s e qr, sec 34, township 22,
range 22,80 acres, $7 36.
Howse, Hill W; n-e qr, sec24, town-
e ship 20, range $P,160 acr'es, $6 29.
McLeod, D; (four years) tract part
lot 2,.sec 14, township 20, range 25, 14
acress, $4 16.
tI Switty, C R; s wqr of s w qr, andn w
qr of-n w qr, sec 8, township 21, range 2&
r containing 80 acres, $4 16. -
Waldo, J W, Est; n hif of n w q r, and
n hlf of n. e qr, sec 58, township 19, range
23, urwqrT and lotsal, 2 and 4, sec17,
township 20, 'range 25,' containing 459
acres $23:40. -
Kendrick, W H, 'agent; n w qr of n. r
; qr, : sec 16, township' 20, range -24, con-
taining 40 acres, $15 87. -
;' ..... 'L! B. LEE,
7. Tax C0etor Sumter Co., Fla.

This 'unrivalled-Southern!Reftiedy is
warranted not to contain a,s8eearvticle
of .-Mertr-y- or .,any. inJ.rui -, .uaW ral;
substacebaUts, -......".
containing .tose ^ there _roo -s d
herbs- which as afl- Provieftw ce has
placed in countries where. ler dtieaes,
most prevail. It wnil cure ad dieemes
,caused by derangement of the 11er.
The symptoms of liver coomiplnAl ae a
bitter or bad taste In the moikth pain in
the back. sides -or joint, often mlstakea
for rheumatism; sour stomach; IM of
appetite; bowel alternaey-otve asad
lax; hedahehm;loea of-el!- WM with a
painful- sensation of _ha i irad to do"
something whichl og to Iare been-
done; debUlity, low spirts, a thick yellow
appearance of the skin and eyes, a dry
cough often mistaken for oqm pti6M.
Sometimes many of these Sypktom at-
tend the disease at very few; 'bt
the liver, the largest organ in the body,
is generally the seat of thie dleas.and if
not regulated in time, Oejias rin^,
wretchedness and death *W rhme.
This great unfailing spec will not
be foundmthe least unpleatMnt.
11br dysp'epsa', consipation, J-de
bilious attacks, -ick headache, caie, de-
pression of apiit% s-or stoma heamr
burn, &c.,&.,.. .
or medicine, is the cheapeas pest an
best ftam"y medicine In- the wdd I-
Manuactuetd "Oy b
J.Price, $.mt m ol
MaMa $_ Qxand tMRW-r^vr
Price, $1.0M.-Sold b l ragee

Silver Bgnngj laowq
amnd at Jacksonville Viieday right.
11.' L. HART, Pro'pr Palatka, FIL.
R.J. ADAMS, Agent. .'


, iu 'Oeala, 1.
OID,Xbtkiay, iuly the 20th, 1874,
to elect-a Mayor, nine Aldermen, a Clerk,
Assesw,.Collector, Treasurer and Mar
*i halitoierve during, the eusuin year.,
S I.I.'Schwerifi, W. F. Jones ami Alfred
'Da,. 'in aeppointed'as Managers, aud
C. U".;P uckston Clerk of said election.
.' iven uider mly bhand and the Seal of
'the Town of Ocala, this the 16th day of
June, 1874 -'
S. 0. HOWSE, Mayor.,
Attest.-. SCHWERIN, Clerk.

Whereas; WM. E'I GHGE ,- mijnis-
teator of the estate of JosEP- HoGe, de-
deased, has filed -a written suggestion of
insolvency of said estate: Itis th&erfore
ordered, That the said administrator file
in the Probate Court- a schedule of all
assets oflaid insolvent estate; and that
all persons having- claims against said
estate nlef the same with proper proof on
or before the 1st of December, A. D., 1874,
,for a fdnal settlement and pro-rata dihtri-
Given under my hand and se"l of
office, at Ocala, this the 16th day
of May, A. D., 1874.
mayl66m County Judge.

Cottage Color Paints
$1.00 to $1.50 per Gallon.
Ground in Oil ........... 50c. per gallon.
Fire Proof.............. $1.25 per gallon.
Works in the Paints as Boiled Linseed,
only 50 cents per gallon.

Collector of Town Taxes.


The attention of all persons doing
business, that requires a license is called
to the following:
Section 18, of "An Act for the asses-
ment and collection of taxes." passed. at
the seventh session of the Legislature
1874 reads as follows:
Sze. 18. Every Stae and c-aunty li-
cense shall be issued by the Clerk of the
county, under seal of the county, on filing
the receipt of the Collector for the neces-
sary amount therefore, and fifty cents for
Clerks' fees, and in no r shaw a etor' s
receipt be considered a &&Ams. 4. -
All persons doing business requiring a
license will bring Ithet receipts to the
Clerk's offlee: arid&,oai such license!.
under penaltyin- case of failure. .
W. H.oLBCAINI, -**
mah81-t ..... uty'Clerk., ,

E. G* Kelley's Patent Sperm Oil,..$1 00
Engine Oil........ ................ 57
Filtered Rock Lubricating Oil.... 60
Send for cards of color and circulars.
Sole agents, 115 Maiden Lane, N. Y.



A Hundred. Symptoms and
One Cure.-There is scarcely a synmp-
tom, of any known disease which" the
confirmed dyspeptic 0des -not ex enr|nce.
He is bilious, nervous, has violent palpl-
4tations, a1 3in heart AJease," i aafcted
with severe headache, and is either icon-
.ilpated qr subject to dlarrhieal or dys-
enteric discharges. Every organ :and.
function of -the body sympathizes Wip-
the diseased and half-paralyzed stomach.
In all such cases Tarrani's Efferveet"
Seltzer Aperient affordaimmedivae relief;
. effects, if perservered in, a thorough. ren-
ovation of the digestive organs, and re&
stores to healthful A yity the whole,
animal machinery-Bold by druggists
everywhere. "'_. ,'y30,1m.

EPswortk, BaiS & W-d'"inrths

Sole Agents, in!- thtjmte _-efor Aue
Wine House~lfaWlt4!&68" & 4bX>.,

Our Beason's Fine Old go*~ Grape
Cogacis'tefaejf Umijr(my expor-
ted from a French jbkeyl*, ca b
procured onl y V&,BBB mripmremmeof
twele -0 dam, 30 'AlsooCa~ Sherrie ond Per* of the't vh^faoo
and all.4wbx~le viDGYAN44afC, O Ben-
son & COm .--'
Price lists Set free on app~liic La

Price, $20 below any other first-class
Value, $30 above! Sewlng Machine.
$ Saved, $50 by buying the .Florence.
Every machine is warranted Special
terms Ato" clubs and- dealers. "Send for
circulars to the FLORENCE SEWING
MACHINE CO., Florence, Mass., or 39
Union Square, New York.

Under and by virtue of a decretal ordsr
from the Honorable Jkdge ot the CoQunty
Court, of Marion county, date*t ateOala,
Florida, the 22nd&day of April, 1874j-1
will sell to the highest bidder, for cash,
on Monday, the 1st day of, June, 1874, at
the. Court House door, id the-town of
Ocala, all the. following tracts and pai
eels of land situated and lying in the
county of XMariOn, State of Florida, to
wit:* .,..
Northwest quarter-of section 17, toww
ship 12, range 20 ; containing 160 0acrews,
being all the real estate, belonging to the;
estate of David -Hennes. deceased, and
sold for a final settlement of said estate,
the same being necessary to make an
equitable division am6og the heirs.
Purchaser to pay for deeds.
ap'125.-4ts. Commissioner.
The above sale is postponed until the
first Monday in July.
je'6.-td. Commissioner.

of Advertising are offered for News-
papers in the State of

FL 0110 D.!
Send for list of papers and schedule of
rates. Address GEO. P. ROWELL &
CO., Advertising Agents, No. 41 Park
Row, New York.
Refer to Editor of this paper.

1H E R I FF S S A L E.
By virtue of an attachment issued out
of a Justice Court, of Marion county,
Florida, and to me directed, I will sell
before the Court House door in the town
of Ocala, on the first Monday in July, A.
D,, 1874,- to the highest bidder, for the
cash, the following described property,
Lot No. one (1) in the westhalf of
northeast qr of section twelve, (12,)-town-
ship sixteen, (16,) range twenty, (20,) and
easthalf of easthalf of northwest qr of
section twelve, (12,) township sixteen,
(16,) range twenty-one, (21.)
Levied upon'as the property of Faison
Brown, in favor of Adolph'WohL
This 2nd day of June, 1874.:
je6-td. Sheriff,

1 B T. Babbitt's
of double the strength of any other
I have recently perfected a new methoA
of packing my Potash, or Lye, and am
now packing it only in balls, the coating
of which will saponify, and does not in-
jure the soap. It is packed in boxes con-
taining 24 and 48 lb. balls, and in no oth-
er way. Directions in English and Ger-
man for making hard and soft soap with
this Potash accompanying each package.
B. T. BABBITT, 64 to 84 Washington
St., New York. ap'14,2m.

Tea Agents wanted in town and coun-
try to sell Tea, or get up'club orders, for
the largest Tea Company in America.
Importers' prices and inducements to
agents. Send for circulars. Address
ROBERT WELLS, 43 Vesey St., New
York. P.O. Box 1287.
The Christian Union, Henry Ward
Beecher editor, of Oct. 25th last, says:
" Parties wishing to get up clubs and all
who can get orders for tea should wrrte
him for a circular."
The New York Weely tribune, of Sept.
8d, says: All Granges' should write
Robert Wells for circular."
The $MOW, of Sept. 20, says: Robert
Welis U) thoroughly reliable." ap'14,4m.

This water-proof material, resembling
ndne leather, is for outside work, (no tar
substance used,) and inside, instead of
plaster. Felt, Carpetings, Mats, etc.
Send two 3 cent stamps for circulars and
A DVERTISERS send 25 cents to Geo.
P. Rowell & Co., 41 Park Row, N.
Y., for their eighty-page pamphlet, show-
ing cost of advertising. j'e20,lm.

Agents wanted everywhere. Partic-
ulars free. A. H. BLAIR & CO., St.
Louis, MO.

'*t ~ "'


The only known remtedy for
And a positive rembly for
N1on retention or Incontinence of Urine,
Iritation, Inflamation or Llcerta-
tion of the
Leac'orrho(a or WhiteN' Dis-as,.q of the
Prostrate Gliac, Stone inii tl- Elaildler,
Colculus Gravel or Brkikdlniqt Deposit
and btucus or Miky Dis('lihares-,

KE.N-IAf Er"s

Puim(nently Cures all Di.-,'.;s>-v of the
Existing in men, womeniand children,
Prof. i, i,' says;: 10 (OhbottkthorKear-
ney's Fluid Extract Bu~hu is worth
more than all other Buch~is cuiilnint-l.",
Price, one dollar'per bottle, or six bot-
tles for five dollars. !I
Depot,, 101 Duane StC, New York
A Phy.\ician in attendance to answer
corrmspoulcncc al give a'h'ice 'mtik.
.fl (8end stamp for Pamphlet, free. _p


rn in the Blood T

s LT 1Sr.


The e Sfeep- a
ed Solution of the =rotoxide of
Iron, is so combined as to have
the character of an aliment, aS-
easily digested andl assimilated
twith the blood as the simplest
food. It increases the quantity
of Nafure's Oun Vitalizing
Agent, Iron in the blood, and
cures 6 athoussand ills," simply
by Toning up,In vigorating and
ritalizing the Sytsfem. The en-
riched and vitalized blood per-
meates every part of the body,
repairing damages and waste,
searching out morbid secre-
tions, and leaving nothing for
disease to feed upon.
This Is the secret of the won,-
derful stceess of tksveownedy in
curing Dyspepsia, LMver Com-
plaint, Dropsy, Cfronta Diar-
rhora, Boll,%Ncrvous Affections,
Chills and Fevers, Humor,
L Ioss of Constitutional Vigor,
Diseases of the Kidneys and
Bladder, Female Complahnts,
and all diseases originating in
.a bad state of the blood, or ac-
,companied by debility or af low
stwfteof the system. Being frea
fropm Alcohol, int any formi, its
energizing effects are not fog-
lowed by corresponding reac-
Stion, but are permanent, infu-
sing strength, ,ifgor; and new
life ihtto all parts of H Msystem,
and building up an Iron COn-
stitution. I
Thousands have been changed.
by the use of this riem-edy, from,
weak,- sickly, stuffering crea-
tures, to strong, healthy, -and
hapy .men and women; and
invalids cannot reasonably hes-
itate-to give it a trial.
See that each bottle has PERU-
VIAN SYRUP blow in the gla,".
panipllctar Xrce.
SETH W. FOWLE & SONS, Proprietors,
No. 80 Harrison Av., Boston.

Public jLib'ry of JKy.
... JULY 31st, 187 .
One Grand Cash Gift........... $2500(O
One Grand Cash Gift .... ........ T,00(0)
One Grand Cash Gift .......... 75P000
One Grand-Cash Gfft.... .-. .-. 50 o
One Grand Cash-Gift .......... 25000
5 Cash Gifts, $20,000 each, 100,000
10 Cash Gifts, 14,060 each, 140'j000
16Caash-Gfts, 10,000 each, 160,VW
20 CaskG!fis, 65,003 each, 100,000
-25 Cash Gifts, 4,000 each, 100,000
80 Cast-Gifts, 3,000 each, 90,000
50 Cash Gifts, 2,000 each, 100(M00
100 Cash Gifts, 1,000 eaqh, 100,;000
240 Cash Gifts, 500 each, 120,000
500 Cash Gifts, eah 100 eah,. 5"9-9
19,000 Cash Gifts, ), ':-50each, 950,000
Grand Total 20,000 Gi~ts" all i
-,cash, / :2,500*000
Whole Tickets...-........... 59 00
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Tenths, or each Coupon........ 5 00
11 Whole Tickets for ........... 500 00
22 Y Tickets for............... 1,000,00
For Aickets and information, addiess
Agent and Manager, Public Library.
Building, Louisville, Ky. "m'y80,1m..

U. 8. MAIL.



Will leave Jackson,:le. for Silver
,pprinz, Lakes Griffin, jd 1stisTnarris and
0knhluiukee, every Thursday 8 a, m.,
Ids .0e .1 -.' ..

Just printed at theTallahassee F/ri-
dkn office, a small edltion0of'.the Rules
of Practice- adopted by the Supreme
Court of' the State, with the Act of '73,
repe.aing the Code of Proceedure, and
Blount's.Cod6, (Act of '61, now in force,
all in -one pamphlet of 96 pages, a very
convenienteomwpilation for the .prdfes-
sion. Price pet -copy, Two D611ars.
Mailed toany addpss on receipt ofIprice.
, Address,,. DYKE &'SON,
,i, Tallahassee, Fla.


184.0.-9 1874.
Time Tests the Merits of All Things.
Thirty years is certainly long enough
time to prove the efficacy of any medi-
cine, and thatethe Pain-Killer is deserving
of all its proprietors claim for it, is simp-
ly provedby the unparalleled popularity
it has attained. It is a sure and effective
remedy. It is sold in almost every coun-
try in the world, and it needs only to be
known to be prized, and its reputation
as a medicine of great virtue; is fully and
permanently established. It is the great
family medicine of the age. Taken in-
ternally, Itcures- dysentery, diarrhea,
cholera, cramp and pain in the stomach,
bowel complaint;, painters' colic, liver
complaint, dyspepsia, or indigestion, sud-
-den .colds, sore throat and coughs. Taken
externally,.it cures bruisesboils, felons,
cuts, burns, scalds, old sores and sprains,
swellings- of the joints, toothache, ]pain
in the face, neuralgia and rheumatism,
chapped hands, frost bitten feet, &c.
Pain is supposed to be the lot of us
poor mortals,,as Ineyitablelas death; and
liable at any- time to come upon us.
Therefore, it is important that remedial
agents should be athand tobe used on
emergency, when we are made to feel the
excruciating agony 6f pain, or the de-
pressing influences of disease. Such a
remedial exists in' Perry Davis' Pain-
Killer, the fame of which has extended
over 1ll the earth, amid the eternal ices
Of the Polar" regions, or beneath the in-
tolerable and burning, guns of the troptcs
its virtues are 'known and appreciated.
And by it suffering humanity has found
-relief from many of its ills. The effect of
the Pain-KIller upon the patient, when
taken internally' in cases of cough, cold,
bowel complaint, cholera, dysentery, and
other"-affections of the system, has been
truly wonderful, and has' won fod it ta
name among medical preparations that
can never be forgotten. Its success -in
removing pain, as an external remedy, in
cases of bruises, sores and sprains, cuts,
stings of insects, &c., and other causes of
suffering has secured for it the most
prominent position among the medicines
of the day. Beware of counterfeits and
worthless imitations. Call, for Perry.
Davis' Vegetable Pain-Killer, and take
no other. Sold by druggists and gro-
cerers everywhere. m'y30,1m.

$14:6.000 In Gold, Houses and

JULY 20th- 1674.
Agents wanted. SendTor circulars.
Tickets $2. Address -J. E. FOSTER,
Houston, Texas.


+TIs UIiilrlyille'd Southiern l3cii. .wa9rrauLtle uot to coutai t'a' single partial
"o6 Miercur"y . ni4ny injurious mineral
4iubstancebutlis. '
l. IT tURE1.Y VEGETABL,. ; '
V,,,t'G faetdifng those, Southern roots an(
( herbp Which an all-wlse Providence, ha
placed, in countries where liver disease
= I mut prevail. It will cure alldiSease
caused by derangement of the liver.
'- ,-The, symptoms of liver complaint are
bitter or bad taste IL-the'mouth,; pain i
-te back: sides or joints, Wften mistakes
J for, rheumAtism -, sour stomach ; loss o
;Ape1Attet ; bowelalternately costive a10(
.INK; headache ;.4loss lof memory, with
,0 a'iul," sensation of having failed to d
something ,oWleh Ought to have bee
l -,done; debtlity, lowspirits, thick yellow
.alppearanee of 'the skin aifd eyei,,a dr
cough often mistaken for comsumpitiou
'a ,t6i)&ettmes -many of these;-symptoms at
tend the disease, at others very few; bu
11."flie iier;, theo4aikedt organ in the body
,( 'JU ganeray-theeattof" the disease; andi
--Wtf'regulaid. In time, great sufllc-rihi
wretchedness and death will ensue. "
S", brlis great unfailing specific will nK
i- be found the least unpleasant. I
''"' 'EOr dyspepsia, constipation, :Jtundict
d rhous attacks, sick headache, colic, de
...presgiohof, spirits, sour stomach, hear
Sbutrn, kc,; SEt.,
or medicine, is the.-cheapest, purest an
best family medicine in the world!:V
*Irauffafai-ured btly'by i
"0,1 \' .<, J.,.H. ZEILIN & CO.,
Macon, Ga., and Philadelphia,,
-y Price& $1V.00" Sold by all drihiiuiSts.
: -, ..... oct. 25, '3. -ly.

R. R-'70""

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Tery Day'an Increase in 1, esh
.' anl *Weight ic:Se'en ard Felt
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fl moda an gljulceaOitle I yn r.en this w frlr --% w il r Ir Ti r.:i.A re
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E'-ld Bead, RIng-Worm, Salt Rhinm, Fijyipclas, A.:Di-
r,-ac],.blS Wori8 ID the I-CF. TFmlita, C1oncr' Ir. th-p
Sweate, Loss of Br~a nn Isfd il nstfa or the llfe PrIn.
dlpi.e, are witfif (hae Cutat.v'le Tatge of thnq Wl:.n..r of Mrld6ni
-T T... tniTS" (I4Mfheae .,m f.'>dimi I rae l ,k>tuh~l '1QdrA to cure
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derpinpofii'lot ttia i cbtmtinlally, progtr(-tlDE, iucct~di IE ar-
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will ad d teA D W AA1T.

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v- '.k pwillpr cl-_' it, 50d f,.re feiLhf. Radlw %) PLfle- ,
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both 4ides awd cannot be. ravelled.
3- Runs for years wiltoupt lelytirs.
4,, "01' iitruotioii inost faveruf 0i1 Bln-
uslrm.. irei t Is njaptufactured by the. mwls
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>..-AN "* B H. ....NAL & OAE1O hd B D T i u eE t aH .- 15 The; gpecing lto1 sothe redrmore ndi th term~sto agnt. &c UNION
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.......T- I A TI1 IR A IEED ... T -, ,S -rS^,~ "I,.LaT q.O -AT P l. .so.i.m.ti oe f e es ,.. t'"nJorni~
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,:~- ~ .(;'-> M"/ im l CSri Oth'is .tnd ,.w hih hever madet,- an eseca per. c opy. ,1 .Pmhlt ^ :ai~ion ,cnt, partmptnesto w i acbeu~ as i i h asbenfor. the '11 a UN[eaN PUBL iS 3'I pff. "f WA 11
+~ ~n t I-p~ t ~ pve by tll h1drd refl o m t F'*"t Trzbune Extras.(sheet inrm) nit e vast e y ootherms c hom iet n relable "iut;Oio :/. .'-
T( )rn ol' .'ol in i J ".l ,. '~ uir-iy a rr m a,1e nof MI A -o 'nm O".. P......... Y'na Edt, il "= Pt tois c Ch icgo AGEN., or^ED Uicn^,i e.
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,i ai n p0!St~p~ll n, tsim nil rcevd y h Isw~lug; st-- anding. A prlctiey aoe th oroe Fi lotlrd andciuricua rs ivig fui l he C' csofmem aner siald fasions wi t b. tales + AGENT \T 1 ."' -
D -, i ,California't oith det Dis the oeaent a eo t andccu ndnsr i te.'li +le i .' -" xl *" +,>
: State':'.' F W''' Cie-d. bh marea pliro n

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he ....e.. I 1able prepare ation e md eCheflyfromiNT I I ( a s O dk a r r a a

r't lgh(_',s c;.-r'T1L J.B..nc Dbo'rT, M.ie D., PhAiLUI Tm^ ysi cian and '^' $I .O *T|o $1.ui per~i Ga~llot vr hne ousir An.~o iiBo-a
4 Fatr Weeky Morning oethes parttit: -Oix ooulrar- pic1 Work of saitah P unte - s a /
FO R BE N ran e of th ran N evada Ciom pl ai I'[ t-'- 4 t I tlf C l uau fe3tu {(M illeti t wlll i th- N on. 1 t w l n l l m c .tihr c u u l < 5 c n s b ai o y a ~ ^ S t ~

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. ,th A ,,l~i t Grounld ioina.-. Oil .e..atms .. ..- ... t. e -g l o impla t ra lt pove th o c ,se w o lv ~eds, &-c., s. +. in .
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Send for Circulars, Price ** ,' : Notes of the Press. with rivals of a-similar class, THE4AL- $5; Ten copies,.one year, $25,-and ore paid in upon subscription of stock.and Loutv jy-'^7 -
TList- &c., arind Coyw of ith: The ever-increasing Qirculatiou of this DINE is a unique and original, concep- extra copy free.-. New-names may be ad-: the balance in. instalments as -lmay be ^ ,y;__i.74. ^..
-.-is., x<.., u v- y .i ic ...... excellent monthly proves its continued tion-alooe and unapp;.0,ached-abso- ded to clubs at.any time during the year hereafter prescribed., Sme a th,, aaw. Bf~r ___
Wilson Reflector, one of the adaptation to popular desi (res anth uetdL. lltly without comPetition, price or at club rates; '.' -. The corpralon commence from this bera canbl.e"' a'tI;
'. ,., ... ... A Indeed, whenlwee-think into how. m.-m y character;.' The possepsor, of a complete ;- date and to continue ior nty years, Theam.uvr -n-. -flB^ w ,_
best Periodicals of the day, hoies .i(-tpeetrates every month, we volume cannop duplicate the quatity of -THE WEEtLY tIME The rioc61rsshalIbc a President, Vice. ain he",6jat obUo r.iSlBy,
devoted to Sewing Machines, ^d^r^ s fa n1 %%s fine ?t .t fnppavnnn a In'aa ohrthr,.......- .. rlleeceay TrTasue d. ..
3 w c..as' ntertailer. of- the, nlbe ar of.,!oubftE -otie .. -alpe ,_u qthT anmy dee ,.,

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,.~^ f. p .y w .a ety nti.se .r.s iic ntheartc+fur o od. the best pJilt dagirtdrtil ofa, er for tt4 -n a md wh'oni' h,

Faho,,-.-- -nra Ne- w^s "e and in3% o ts vast poulture th: lat, hstrtcrctai'lwodcu rexa- ewcK temstmotn t h ever-T' cssii^^^^^

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S' t w..j". --# ,. tp-nM .Magaane" have wo fn idc r eptae most c i~ o.sty ,nn m et50 o T ehc opie r annu orm ose .t *+ XA +

Publishon or ktV. --selplate,~ d rheputeyationrdand oeo^ ;wnt currift. per lc anum tors cos^2i flt~eARMo-*hdes to bie- 0A^1^ M
,, y :,. :. F .,sId.m...7 for-.viat!ehy, e u.rp|'Lse,,%1'&tL1 4n the art 6c e_-of E rope it is an a : excellenlt ec~ denistii 'on" f 'ilie nows o e s en .. .. liall. b6 re ib..- s. - ,ce t a .,,. '.

AnveaXtraW cpof eithera cluethe agti, the wee -uyra~ t oaeflwr Cp t1 byc clb o vr vr ~~Btpmth o, W ^^'MB~ei
b lANU .AK bU .. b+ti "Ti B f v lubof.^ .nat$40C~s d e thazt c }io iiu ts areIexam, i t e w. aeek ,lye T m os to important eve',, .Constitutionand .-'T a .. b ,lt l1 -

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..... ...0 0 -wthout exta o ; th e, -eo"l of any mother ecent ,and o, usibe rs "r c O wedat. .--,i -.t
times, should cause its conductors to re- ed re ee Thwimtote.en h n ..... eac" pap .r of h ; T W + i a o. e fap ma r

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Wi]fil .l~iff fl~ltP iI! :g wd t lttrustiluble-comt~acency, it ,, steel,1,-''plates ,;;,," g- Meneq-qua r y, of- ,, t.-^-=^-dollars.and.the indcbtedhnesS f~the &Xlme- la pw n --;,'

r^ **- neea,$1 0; r ttw..o~lciper8 n ddiio t des-aigns byen .toe agibensfo eicach copy adiional to the* fabovrynttoeed at an tieh carpitats qlknf UA TheR papZ a)*~i wd
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YoUith'slllr m r Il.... io ry.':- ; g expen,,e of p.u.+ -" r 28sand eldbOratelfnish of thep most costly a m; r 7 ;Tere 0 p es lte r annum a' ": n M;O G. G,,, + Th p"a '" etai e
p ** ....... potai,$30, h .p ^- tee plate, while d -they 'Afford a bettor 1, Twenty copies, or nnum,. $22; ... J4 nS, 'tItR.
Explorations in Af .it *- iW c gazs one yearl.....i$4 00 rendering of the artist sora nalrn ycopiespr num$0. 0 and one S. I .GGA.Y- pa y p l, ot
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