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Title: The East Florida banner
Physical Description: v. : ; 62 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: Ocala Marion County Fla
Creation Date: January 8, 1876
Publication Date: Wm. J. McGrath
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
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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BY F. E. & ,. A. HARRIS. OCALA, FLA., SATURDrhAY, JANUAR-Y 8, 1876. VOL. X. NX9 .


THE EAST FLOPIDA BANNER. -i ST. GEORGE ROGERS,
A-- -TTORNEY A T LA W,
An- Official Paper of the Fifth
judicial Circuit. Ocala, Florida.

Published Every Saturday Morning. Will practice In the State and United
States Courts. janl,ly
TERMS OF THE BANNER: IAMTUEL F. MARSHALL,
mne copy, one year0............... 0 A TTORNEY A T LA W,
one copy,,six months.,:.. ........ 1 00
One copy, three months.... ...... 50 OCALA, FLORID L"
One copy, one month............ 25
Single cpi..................... 05 Will practice in the Courts of the 5th
AD V BRTISING RA ES: judicial Circuit. janl,ly
(' Each subsequent insertion........ 50 CALVIN J. ALLRED,
Professional and Business Cards, of
6 lines, per annum................ 1000 RESIDENT DENTIST.
All cards over 6 lines, per annum.. 15 00
Notice 0of application r Letters of Ocala, Florida.
Administration ................ 6 00
Notice of Appointment as Admlin- I will continue the practice of Dentis-
istrator ........ ........... 5 00 try, and will he happy to wait on my cus-
Notice to Debtors and Creditors.. 8 00 tomers at any time they may be in need
Notice for Final Dismissal........ 15 -00 of my professional services. Terms cash
Notice for Leave to sell Real Estate 5 00 or country produce. jnl,ly
Notice of sale of R;eal Estate...... 5-00
All other ,egal Notices and Advertise- MISCELLANEOUS.
inents will-be charged according to the
space they'occupy an-1 the number of in- C ALA HOUSE
sertions required. U
(A square is one inch of Brevier type.) E. J. HARRIS, Proprietor
Advertisements of a personal nature
will be charged 15 cents per line. Ocala, Florida.
An Act to provide for the Publication of Travelers can reach Ocala via Gaines-
Official and Legal advertisements in ville, on Florida Railroad, or on steamers
the Several Judicial Circuits of this via St. Jons river and Silver Spring.
State.
The people of the State of Fora, repre- GEO. H. INGRAHAM, si.,
se inm S&nat and Assembly, do enact GEO. H. INGEAHAM, ,t.
s follows
tSECTION I. It -shall be the duty of the GeO. H. Ingraham & Son,
Secretary of State to designate one or
mpre newspapers published in each COTTON FACTORS
Judicial Circuit which shall be known
as the oilicial papers of the Circuit, and AM)
8all legal notices and advertisements re-
lating to th.: alid Circuit Courtor to any. COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
County or Pro.. tt- Court within the aid
Circuit, and all legil notices of any de- Southern Wharf, Charleston, S. C.
scription, required by law to be publish-
ed by any person or p.,rsons, and all no- -ules 1aar Tier
tices and advertisements of sheriffs and ie
all othercounty odrlcer-, of all counties MERCHANT TAILOR,
t r a un MERCHANT TAILOR, C
within the Circuit, shall be published in t
the Official Paper o the- Circuit. Laura, Near Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla.
1- c. 1'. __ shall be the duty of the pub- .t]
ie f yh paper so designated to Always on hand a splendid assortment
publish all, otices and without delay: of Domestic and Foreignu1asSlmeres and I
trTovued That he shall not be compelled Cloths, from which an order can be se-
to publish any notice or advertisement elected.
unless the fees for the same are tendered l .
in advance: And provided further, That CUTTING, CLEANING AND REPAIRING
the rate of compensation to be paid the ith neatness and dispatch.
said papers for the official and legal ad- done with neatness and dispatch.
vertisements shall be the same as that Country orders receive prompt atten. T
paid to the State official papers. ten. mar27-1y. y,
^ SEC. m. No legal notices or advertise-
ments, after the passage of this act, shall A B. H U SSEY &
be valid or have any force or effect, un- 9 a
.ess the same shall be published in a GENERAL COMMIlSSION MERCHANT i
paper designated, as aforesaid, as the T
official paper of the Circuit in which the AND DEALER IN s
said advertisement is published; and h
whenever any law now in force, or which GROCERIES AED PROVISIONS, a
may be hereafter passed, requires the v
publication of any notice or advertise- Reed's Block, Bav S~ Th.% D.:.:.; West o o
ment, it shall. be understood that said the tvrkei g
publication shall be in an official paper, r
designated as aforesaid. Ja. 1 oiy ii'., Florida. S
SEC. TV. This act shall take effect from -- c
and after the date of its passage; and all SPEC IAl : t
acts or parts of acts inconsistent with Bacon, Flour, Buut-r .'.Ctnes., Coffee, T
the provisions of this act be, and they Apples, Irish Potatoes, A
are hereby repealed. B
Approved by the Governor, January R WALTER, IWANK,
25, 1871. A. WALTER, E. L. WALTER.
In Dursuance of the above L. Samuel
JB McLin, Secretary of State, hereby re- C. M. B- ]'o t,
instate THim EAST FLORIDA BANNER an
Official Paper for the Fifth Judic:al Cir- wrrITH
cuit of Florida.


SAMUEL B. McLIN,
Secretary of State.
Tallahassee, Fla., May 12, 1873.

PROFESSIONAL CARDS.

UGH E. MILLER,

ATTORNEY AT LA t ,
Ocala, Florida.
Will practice In the Courts of the 5th
and 6th Judicial Ci cults.
Divorces obtained, non resident's busi-
ness attended to, and collections prompt-
ly made in all parts of the State.
Office on west side of Public Square,
opposite the store of C. L. Piuckston.
aug28-tf.
JOHN a. REARDON,

ATTORNEY AT LAW,
'SAVYqNAn, GEORGIA.
Special attention will be given to all
business entrusted to his care.
ap'111'74.
s M. G. GARY,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Ocala, Florida.
Will practice in the State and United
States Courts. inl,ly


GEN. R. BULLocK.


J. F. FERGUSON.


BULLOCK & FERGUSON,
ATTORNEYS AZ LAW,
AND SOLICITORS IN CHANCERY,
Ocala, Florida.
Will practice in all the Courts of the
5th and 6th Judicial Circuits. sep26 ly
OHN F. DUNN,
AT7IORNEYTA LAW,
Ocala, Florida.
Will practice in the courts of the Fifth


R. WALTER & 0,0.'
326 W, Baltimore, Cor. Howard St., Ball Md.
MAiUFACTURERS OF

C LO T HI N G,
AND JOBBERS INT
Cloths Cassimeres, &c.
jan23-tf.


NTew


Livery Stable.


T lie undersigned has just opened a
stable in Ocala and is prepared to
furnish
DOUBLE OR SINGLE TEAMS,
or saddle-horses to travelers.
He will run a line of hacks regularly
to Silver Spring this winter on the arri-
val of the boats. He will also be pre-
pared to furnish travelers with convey-
ances to Orange Lake, Leesburg, Gaines-
ville, Homasassa, or
TO ANY PART OF THE STATE,
Persons having their horses put up at
this stable may rest assured that they
will be well fed and carefully groomed.
ALFRED DAVIS.
Voct9.tf.

For Palatka and Silver Spring!
THE POPULAR



STEAMER MARION,
CAPT. H. A. GRAY,
Will leave Palatka every Thursday
evening, after arrival of the Charleston
steamer, and arrive at Silver Spring
every Saturday morning.
RETURNING:
Will leave Silver Spring every Satur
day at 12 o'clock, and arrive at Palatka
every Sunday morning.
Polite attention shown to all passen-
gers. octo.1y.


a Business entrusted to his carewill pr day at home. Sample
receivee prompt attention. worth $1 free. Address
QaQe ; Ground floor, Ocala House. U L Geo. Stinson & Co., Port-
fW). 21-1y. land, a(. nov27--lm.


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Dissolution of Co-Partnership. [From the Semi-Tropical.
"Go Work Upon a Farm."
The Co-Partnership heretofore existing Uo
under the name and style of J. A. Fergu- BY SIDNEY IlERBERT.
son & Co., is this day dissolved by mu- Will. S. Hays, the emint Southern
tual consent and J. A. Ferguson is au- Wil. S. Hays, the eminent Southern
thorized to settle the businessof the song writer and composer, has published
firnn. a song entitled "Go and learn a Trade."
J. A. FERGUSON, Just at this time, with factories and
W. P. TRANTHAM, shops closing up, and mechanic begging
T. P. GARY. or bread in some sections of the coun-
OCALA, FLA., Nov. 80th, 1875. try, it seems to me that such a song is
quite out of place. In view of this fact
The undersigned will continuethe Drug I beg to offer your readers the following
business in Ocala and solicits the patron- agricultural song:
%ge of the public. The song I sing to you to-day,
J. A. FERGUSON, M. D. Is not to learn a trade;
dec4--tf For I am sad the truth to say-
MacDonald's New Story! That song aside is laid.
The mills are running on half-time,
St. George The shops give forth no noise,
and St. Michael. And it is hard to find a dime
k Romance of Cavalier and Roundhead. Among the 'prentice boys.
BY GEORGE MACDONALD, CHoaus.-Tht song that I shall sing to
you,
luthr of "Anna/s of a Quiet Neighbor. Your troubled hearts will
iwod," Wilfred Cumbernede," etc. calm;
If you havenothingelse to do--
1 vol. Illustrated. 12mo. Cloth $1.75. "Go work upon a farm."
"The works of no novelist of the pres-
nt day have had wider sale or been more The stores are filled with idle clerks,
nlversally admired than the stories of Because the times are dull;
his wonderfully gifted author. "St. Geo., s d
nd St. Micheal" is his last and crowning And lie his duty plainly shirks-
ffort."--Colunbus Dispatch. When shops and mills are full-
"It is one of Mr. ltYacDonald's most Who seeks to learn a trade, or tend
enjoyable productions and will win him The counter of a store,
costs of new friends and admirers.'"--
ortfd friends and admirersPost.. In hopes the future yet will send
"There is a good portrait of the author A fortune to his door.
nd a number of illustrations which are
ore than ordinarily fine."#-Publisher's CHoaus.-Ah! vain are all such hopes as
eek/y. these,
e To be had of any bookseller, or That surely end In harm;
ill be sent to any address post-paid on Don't seek to sit neathh shady
ceipt of price, by J. B. FORD & CO., te
7 Park Place, New York. decl S 3t. trees-
"Go Work upon a farm."
UMflO HEADQUARTERS
OFO FOREIGN AND Oh! why should men in cities pine,
SIE AMERICAN CHROMOS. Or idly stay in town?
ralers, Agents, Trunk and Box-makers, Why loaf about and crossly whine,
newspaper Publishers and Tea Stores h t aeuse own a
ill find a complete supply. Our new That "things are upside down?"
d brilliant specialties are unequalled. Can this bring bread to wife and child,
ur 9x11 mounted chromos outsell any- And make the future bright? a
ing in the market. Twelve samples Can this turn the weather mild,
r $1.00; one hundre I for $6.00, Illus. Or furnish heat and light
ated catalogue free. J. LATHAM & rnish heat and light?
419 Washington St. Boston, Miss. CRoRus.-Such men should listen to my t
0. Box 2154. dec18 St.
song,
te Death Bed of Andrew Johnson, Rob't And in it find a charm;
E. Lee and the Lost Cause. It tells them how to get t
Three Magnificent Engravings just along- S
blished on heavy plate paper, 14x18. "Go work upon a farm." i
Ley- touchingly portray the last mo-
ents of the great Statesman and Soldier Let no man starve for want of bread- r
th families and friends sorrowfully The productof the soil-
ouped around them. It is a gem of For all can still be amply fed,
t, beautiful in design, and should hang mply
every house and cottage in the land. Who will but share the toil-
ie Lost Cause represents a Confederate The honest, manly toil that brings
Idier after the war returning to his The harvest season round,
me, which he finds lonely and desolate, When the glad farmer gaily sings,
d telling a sad tale of the miseries of Because o fruitful ground
ir, and two graves with rude crosses
which some friendly hand has hung a CoRus.This, then, shall be the song we
rland to the right, the calm river and shall be the sog we
ing moon indicate peace and rest. sing,
nt by mail post-paid on receipt of 50 The whole world to alarm, r
its each. Agents wanted everywhere And loudly let the chorus a
sell these and other popular pictures, ring.
rms sent when sample copy is ordered Go work upon a farm."
[dress F. M. HILL & CO Dealers in o work upon a farm.


Books, Pictures, etc., Nashville Tenn.
decl8 lm.
Shun Drug Poisons.
Medicine Rendered Useless!
rolta's Electro Belts and Bands
re indorsed by the most eminent physi-
ians in the world for the cure of rheu-
matism, neuralgia, liver complaint, dys-
epsia, kidney disease, aches, pains, nerv-
us disorders, fits, female complaints,
ervoos and general debility, and other
chronic diseases of tht che st, head, liver,
iomach, kidneys and blood. Book with
All particulars free by Volta Belt Co.,
Cincinnati, Ohio. nov27-l1m.
Book Agents
and Good Salesmen
Are "COINING MONEY" with the famous
BIDA DESIGNS,,
'he French Edition of which sells for
.165 and the London Edition for $200.
)ur Popular Edition ($5.50,) containing
ver one hundred full-page quarto plates,
s the cheapest and most elegant publi-
ateion America, and the best to sell.
Critics vie with each other in praising it
nd the masses buy it.
Agent in Charleston, S. C., reports 97
orders; one in Ninety Six, S. C., 107; one
n Virginia, 247; another in Memphis,
00 orders, taken in three weeks.
Full particulars-free. Address J. B.
FORD & CO., Publishers, 27 Park Place,
.ew York. decl8 im.


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BALTIMORE
EYE AND EAR INSTITUTE,
No. 55 Franklin St., Baltimore, Md.
JULIAN J. CHISOLM, M. D., Profes-
sor of Eye and Ear Diseases in the Uni-
versity of Maryland, Surgeon in charge.
This Institution is thoroughly organized
and fitted up with every convenience for
the treatment of Eye and Ear Diseases.
F" For further information apply to
the above. nov27 hn
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Where Shall We Locate?
The Jacksonville Press answers:
"For general farming purposes,
that section of the State from
Lake City south, via Newnans-
ville, Gainesville, Ocala, and on
down to Brooksville is undoubt-
edly the best. The quality of the
lands throughout this region are
of course very various, but much
of it is first-class, well timbered
pine and hammock. The richest
lands we have seen in the State
are in the vicinity of Newnans-
ville, but we are more familiar
with the lands in that section, and
we doubt not that along the whole
length of this "back bone of the
peninsula" are lands equally good.
These lands produces corn, cotton,
sugar cane, oats, potatoes, pindars
and all kinds of vegetables in
abundance. With an intelligent
use of the beggar lice, which we
think can be made as advantage'-
ous to Florida as clover is to the
North and West, the lands of this
section could, at small expense, be
indefinitely fertilized. In our opin-
ion the time is not far distant
when farming in this belt will be
more profitable than anywhere
else in the Union. Through this
section lie most of the large plan-
tations of East Florida, where the
culture of our great staple was so
profitable before the war. Under
the present system plantations
cannot be successfully cultivated
on a large scale, and many, there-
fore, are now lying waste. These
afford the best opportunities for
colonies. The lands are already
cleared, and in many instances
fenced, and can be bought for less
than it would cost to clear and
fence them. We know one plan-


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tat;on of twelve hundred acre
,which cost before the war, if w
do not disremember, seventee
thousand dollars. One half of ii
on which is a tolerable farr
dwelling house and a good mi
site with some two hundred acre
of first-class land under fence, th
whole of which could, we thin
he bought for less than eight dol
lars per acre. We know other
good places which could be bough
for much less. In our opinion
those who come to Florida to en
gage in general farming will di
well to visit this section.
Splendid farming lands can als(
be had at low prices in Middle anc
West Florida. Jackson, Gads.
den, Leon, Jefferson and Madisor
are the best cotton counties, and
to look upon are the most pictu-
resque and beautiful, and particu-
larly is the case with Gadsden and
Leon. We never approach Talla-
hassee but our mind, from a simi-
larity in the scenes, runs back to
the lovely valleys and grassy mea-
dows of Tennessee and Kentucky.
This section, we should think,
would have peculiar charms for
Western men.
ORANGE CULTURE.
For oranges South Florida is
undoubtedly the best. The St.
Johns in the vicinity of Palatka
nd southward-the Indian and
Halifax rivers-the Ocklawaha
and Orange Lake sections, as well
as the Gulf coast, are all excellent
for oranges. Orange county seems
to be the favored section, the El
Dorado of the orange-grove hun-
er. Volusia and Putnam have
also large bodies of fine orange
and, which can be had at govern-
ment price. Sumter, Marion,
Hillsborough and Polk are all ex-
cellent orange counties,
SANTA FE LAKE.
The region contiguous to this
ake, which is upon the highest
and in East Florida, is excellent
orange land, as is proved by the
many flourishing trees to be found
,t Waldo and southward.
The inhabitants in this section
are mostly white, and very peace-
ble, industrious and honest. Rev.
Wm. Johnson, residing near Mor-
ison's Mills, has a grove not in-
erior to any one of the same age,
which we have seen on the St.
ohns river.
The finest flavored oranges we
have ever tried, not excepting
hose from Indian river, we re-
ently plucked from a tree in the
ard of Mr. Limbo, who resides
ome fifteen miles south of Stark.
These oranges were just beginning
o turn yellow, but were perfectly
weet, scarcely a trace of tartness
being discoverable. We do not
known whether all of Mr. Limbo's
range trees bear equally good
fruit, but this one certainly bears;
s fine fruit as can be found.
There is also a section of Levy
county, between Levyville and the
Suwannee river which is fine, high,
rolling country, of excellent qual-
ty pine land, with clay sub-soil.
rhis land bears good crops and
much of it we were told is subject
o homestead entry, or could be
purchased of the State at $1.25
er acre."

There is a growing belief in
.ew York city that William M.
weed, the great convict, is con-
ealed within, or near, that city.
'he idea that he escaped on an
cean steamer is abandoned, as
here are no traces of such a move-
nent. A rumor is floating about
hat some of Tweed's friends have
offered to compromise his case,
nd are ready to pay the city a
ery large sum-on condition that
weed be legally released.

Copies of the last issue of THE
ANNER can be had at this office
ut up in wrappers for 5c. each.


s, Shorts.
e Another statistician has coun-
7e
ted the cows. He swears to 13.-
t, 000,000 in this country. So!
m It is not so much trouble for a
ii man to get rich as it is for him tc
s tell when he's got rich.
e An Irish Doctor lately sent his
t, bill to a lady as follows: "To
curing your.husband till he died."
r When a Kansas lawyer quotes
t Latin to the jury he is fined by
the Judge "for profanity and con-
tempt."
0 The Rochester Democrat says
the few persons who do not know
o that kerosene is explosive are rap-
idly dying off.
It took a Massachusetts letter

two years and six months to go
eighteen miles, and it wasn't on
any fast mail train either.
Mr. Cod and Miss. Fish were
married at Sterling, Conn., the
other day. That was a regular
"cod-fish" aristocracy marriage.
A Kentucky judge has decided
that it is not legal for a farmer to
hitch his wife up with a mule, no
matter how anxious he is to plow.
A Nebraska doctor furnished a
scalped soldier with a piece of a
buffalo hide and made his head as
good as new. The only trouble is
that it "sheds" twice a year.
A bolt of lightning struck a tree
in front of a Chicago alderman's
house, the other night, and in a
fright the alderman remarked.'
"Hold on! I'll restore the money."
A stranger kissed a La Crosse
girl by mistake, and was then lick-
ed by her two brothers for being
mistaken. He then deliberately
kissed her for himself and was lick-
ed for being impudent.
Two sharpers on 'change were
discussing the merits of a third.
"Yes," said one of them, wind-
ing up the conversation, '-he'd
rather lie on sixty days time than
tell the truth for cash."
"How are ye, Smith?" says
Jones. Smith pretended not to
know him, and answered hesitat-
ingly, "Sir you have the advant-
age of me." "Yes, I suppose so,
everybody has that's got common
sense."
"Mamie," said a mother to her
little six-year-old, "if I was a lit-
tle girl like you, I would pick up
all those chips." "Well mamma."
said the little one, "ain't you glad
you are not a little girl?"
"1 never get mad at a fool," was
the cutting remark of a man who
fancied himself affronted by anoth-r
er. "That accounts for your always
being on such amicable terms with
yourself," was the rejoinder.
"A wife will hardly ever notice
whether her husband has had his-
hair cut or not, but let him go
home with a strange hair-pin
sticking in his over-coat and she'll
see it before he reaches the gate."
-Detroit Free Press.,
A young man in Norwich,.
Conn., is six feet eight inches high
and weighs a trifle over a hudred
pounds. They judge by his ap-
petite that he is hollow clear down,
and think of amputating one foot
and using him as a stove pipe.
"Pay me that six and eight-
pence you owe me Mr. Mulrooney"
said a village attorney. "For
what?" "For the opinion you
had of me." "Faith, I never had
any opinion of you in all my life!"
The Shelbyville (Ky.) Republi-.
can says that the worst case of
selfishness that it has been per-
mitted to present to the public,
emenated from a youth who com-
plained because his mother put a
bigger mustard plaster on his
younger brother than she did on
him, after they had been eating
melons and hard apples,


Yesterday when a vagranJ
ped a pedestrian on Jeffersc
nue and asked for ten cer
good-hearted man replied:
"I live in Florida, and a
out of money, but if you
down to Jacksonville I'll
ten cents in a minute-
give you fifteen!"-.-ree

Dreamtning
The happiest port
lives are passed. in
We have .h.e ane
the future thaare ne
to leave the sh d re
they were'bo- .4.nd v
doomed lib'ae. HX
visions that comes
like the breath of a
yr, or the soothing
a sweetly melodiol
naught behind sa'
tions. We have
the sparkling <
slumber of a ba
ship rises paran
where loving
how indissoludt
fervent, true
have peaceful
our every sense i _nrtof6
delight, disperse care and misfo;- .
tiine, and.'br us.down the stream'
of life wl ;ii'* ripple to mar
the perfects eren'.of our calm.
Ah'! thcse-6eappy moments






Then it is Ihat th, clashing neces-
sities o' every-day-lif), and some

familiaifvoice breaks with a stange-
ly discordant harshness -on our
sensitive ear, and we go 0'
the worlt far more rest
unsatisfied, because of
glimpse of Heaven.
Dreams, thou art swe
any reality! Blissful visions, tho
art pure as the opening rosebuds)
Holy aspirations, thou art divine- .
ly associated, and thy awakening .
is thy death.


__


A white minister at a colored
wedding said, "On such occasi;,ns
as this it is customary to kiss the'
bride, but in this case we wil1
omit it." To this unclerical re-"
mark the indignant- bridegroom"
very pertinently replied: *"On
such occasions it is customary to'
give the ministers ten dollars, bu'-
in this case we will omit it."
An Albany county manr .
milking one of his cows, 2 I
its tail around his leg tI p
from switching his eyes. .'-
cause to repent doing soi 4.":
after being dragged half way across'
a ten acre lot, and was only re-
leased by the timely arrival of bid
son with a sharp knife. The cooi
is now minus half of its tail.
A little fellow, who was at a1
neighbor's house about noon the'(
other day. w watched the prepara-
tions for dinner with a great deal
of interest, but when asked to stay'
and eat something, he promptly
refused. "Why, yes, Johnny,:.
you'd better stay," said the lady;
"why can't you?" "Well,'."aeus
said the little fellow, "Ma said 1
musn't unless you as& me three"
times," They invited him twice
more right off.
A little boy was playinwith at
couple of five cent' pl b:-
friend had.given hiim, i 0
his fing one ofte
"This-o J1amn goUngag ve t
heathen; and .on the oi0er, ai
said. 'And this one I'm going
buy candy with.' IHe kept
playing, till at last one of
pieces rolled away, and he cc
not find it. 'Which one have
lost?' 'The one I was goini
give to the heathern,' replied
cherub.











y BE"EAST FLORIDA B FLORIDA PHOTOGRAPHEID. that *they are in excellent condi- [From the Woonsocket (R.I.,) Patriot. but he will have twelve months in TAY rni1 [T AIl SHERIFF'S SALE,
T .,A S..-- tin, and Mr. Eicheiberger has his Letter from Florida. every year in which to overcome |" ,ULL IUX1 0 l.L SUMTER COUNTY.
F. E3. HARRIS, Editor. T I u IVE. road to fortune paved. FLORIDA LANDS AND THEIRCOT-THEIR them, which I opine can hardly By virtue of an execution issued out
ue e Lake aasoffkee and Mr. Jones has a snug little farm; CLAMIUPOONTHH ACRICLTURIST-THE he said of the West, where snow MARION COUNTY. of the Circuit Court for the 5th Judicial
ATURDAY. January th, 876. Saterville Lake anasoffkee and Mr. Jones has ug little rRODUCTIONS, CLIMATE, ETC. lies piled up ten or twelve teet Circuit of Florida, for Sumter county,
starting anRvorangeRCeTTisstatin anorageTOTICE Is hereby given that the fol- and to me directed, I have levied upon
iacochee ier. Mr. Rogers is starting an orange TOPLAT, Marion Co., Fla., deep, more or less, for.four months wing described lands will be sold and will offer or sale before the Court
We must ask the indulgence i of VIN It.l .Tiu.iiy 3rd, 1876. grove of several acres; Col. Walker Dec. 8.1875. at a time, at pNblic auction on Monday the House door In the town ofLeesburg, on
our readers again this week. Sick- T,, Adr o t Banner: has, on high land, sloaping "down I have been in receipt of letters I look from my -window as IMonFEBRUARY, A.day, the day ofa ry
ness ba prevented the editor from TD*EArt Sin From fairy land I towards the lake, a well regulated from several persons among your write, and my eye fall upon peaches to-wit following described
being in his sanctum at all. haveto return to Sumterville and orange grove of 500 trees. View- readers, who are desirous of infor- bloom, baiana treesnwith their at cala, in the county of Mecarto s n a st of southeast
The communication from "A lead you from there down Lake ed from the lake the Colonel's nation inregard to land in this nflnciousfruit; other trees in full te saidnpt of ets f ulyeaseds section 0,atownship, a0,southof range
CheeoadwsucareroA anao e agd State for farm purposes how against said property foC the year 1875, 22 east, and west j of block No. 21, in
Father" on "Consumption Curer Panasoffkee and the Witlaco- plantation looks magnificent an foliage, and last, though not together with the cost of sale and adver- the town of Admsville, and lot No. 2 in
f ew was unavdably hee river to the Gulf of Mexico. everything is kept in the best or- Northern people are received, &c., least a kitchen garden teeming tising: block 33, and fractional lots.No. and 2
Of New York," was unavoidably cee ver to the ul of Mexico. Mr. Jones has a nice farm ad w to answer them with home vegetables in various L-Anderson, Mrs Jane; s 4 of ;i e I and n and blocks No. 1 and 18 in the town of
crowded out of this issue. It will SUMTERVILLE, der. Mr. Jones has a nice farm through your columns, givingsuch s of growth. w of se of sec 28, and n of ne and Su otere.
cr n is sur- and a grove of 50 orange trees information as I ,, nw o sw and nw of sec 26,ande Levied upon as the property ofWilson
appear lein br next. a pleasant little villages sur- f 0 orange tre p t ALBERT A. MOWRY. ofn t ea of see 27, and sw of sec20, and W. Cassady to satisfy an execution in
rounded on all sides by the most On the outlet from the lake is induce some who have decided n e j of se of sec 28, township 12, range favor of Johnston, Crews & Co.
The. last week's issue of THE fertile country. North, to the the first Mr. D. M. Lay. This upon a change of residence, to take The Detroit Frtee Press hasac- 1 680 acres; 48 90.acresin wNoebr 7ZIE
-nn o'co y"oiV roolne, .J E; a grant of 1129 acres in MATToerW W.th DO87
BANNER contained more interest- boundr of Smter county, and promising young gentleman has a up their abode in this favored land. quired great celery for is fund township 14, range23; $32 44 Sumtro.,
ing articles that gave true de- South, to the Withlaoochee river, grove of 2500 orange trees and a Owing to numerous causes, f ., u asey, M G; n ej of see 12, township dec4---td.
ing articles that gave true de- South, to the Withlacoochee river, grove o orange trees and a p inent among which wre e of quaint humior, sparkling wi S1oacs h e above sale is postonntil the
scriptions of Marion county than is an unsurpassable land for cot- number of bananas. His land is Indian wars, that deterred people strip, sketches, choice general lit- eaock, William; 80 acres laud num- first MondAn Februsty.
as ever been published in any ton and corn. The palma-christi, very well worked andhe isso oblig- from settling in this State to any erature, chess and puzzle columns, rs unkno cewn; $7 480 acres land num MATTHEW W. DOZIER.
one issue before. Every citizen of --or castor oil plant grows luxu- ing as to carry passengers across the great extent, the country in the news, etc. We have arranged to bers unknown; $7 48 Jan8-td.
L.o-arties unknown; e Iof sce tjof see 27,
Ocala should send their friend a riantly which is an indication of a outlet in his boat free of charge interior is rather sparely inhabited, club THE BANNER with the De- township 15, range 22. 80 acres; $8 00. Sheriff's Sale.
copy.. We have a good number rich soil, and I belive the cultiva- for which kind action he is to be U. S. lands can pe taken up by troit Fee Press at greatly rednc- -rtts unknown; the Francs RchrdMARIO UT.
on hand yet, and can be had by tion of that plant would be profi- counted as a public benefactor. actual settlers inder tparce Homestead ed ratesgr aautd wlow thke prubcrip-eoo, Bacre virtue of an execution issued oTY.
calling at our office done up in table if an oil factory was estab- The next comes Capt. C. F. Act, by which a persons entering tions for the two papers for $3 50. Bauldwin, ames; lot 1 of block27, O. of the County Court of Marion county
wrappers for 5c. per copy, The listed in this neighborhood. Sum- Adams, a gentleman with a clas- a tract as above, will be required Send in your subscriptions. Parties unknown, or MBunis; w ofs Benjamin Wyman Is Plaintiff and W. J.
article by Sidney Herbert, special terville has a good store keep by sical education. As Adams isonly to occupy it at least six months of se31, township 1, rage20, and M. Griner, Administrator of the estate of
article by Sidney Herbert,npecial terville has a good store keept by e w 4 of sec 6, township 14, range Martin Griner deceased, is Dafendnt, I
correspondent of the Savannah Mr. Connell. Mrs. Hamiltor keeps an abbreviation of Adamson, that in a year, either in person or by an Copies of thu last issue of THE 20, and n w of n e of sec 6, township have levied upon and will offer for sale
Nes alone is worth the rice, an excellent boarding-house, where is the son of Adam, the Captain agent, and to clear, fence and im- BANNER can be had at this office 14, range 20, 200acres; three years taxes, before the Court House doorin the town.
o unce eles bd ng-ousewheres could not resist the desire to fol- prove at least five acres per annum put up in wrappers for 5c. each. ies unknown; lots 1.2, 4 and 5, y laD, n the eModa inlF
S[municatd travels find the greatest dainties for five years,es the number of ... .... and eof u w of sec 30, and lots 1, 2 o sale, to the highest bdderforcashthe
S" LEGISLATION, to recover their strength after a low the occupation of our great years he may have served in the NEW AD VERTISEMENIS and 3 ot se c 31, andn wI of section 19, following described property, to wit:
to Me Edtor of t eBanner: tedious journey. The mail, which grand-father Adam, who, as it is U. S. service, un. NnEip 1range2, acres;a26 nw. S eofsectione andnw ofsection
SIt s18 now certain that there will runs from Ocala to Tampa, stays well. known, was a gardener. The The expense under this act will A C. CLAR K, Jiof s e of see 83, township 17, range 26, ands4 eands w of a ne oan
bno regul session of the Legis- over nights, and on Saturdays till Captain has learned a great deal be simply the fees of the Land Of- A.N. Y L 120 acres; $11 76. sw 4 of section 20, and sw of nw
6 6-a regular session of the Legis-over nights, and on atu ill of information by the experience fice, say not exceeding twenty-five ATTOBNEY A LAt, JOHN F. D and nw of sw of section 21, all in
lature-inconsequence of the Con Monday morning at Sumterville. nce dollarsand at theend o five SUTERVngeLESUMT 22; also, tER C., FA. ja8-td Marion county Flor ea. o
stitutional Amendments. These The passengers are accommodated ofhisinnumerablelineofancestors, years, all the provisions avinve ST Co., FA. a8-t. Marion coun, Florida. of section ,and teeofn e1, and nofse
years, all the provisions tion 25, and s e I of section 1, and n. of
amendments which -were to settle at Mrs. Hamilton's and Sunday and his groves and gardens are been complied with, he gets a pa- Will practice in all the Courts of the SHERIFF'S SALE. n e f of section 12, township 14, range
and improve our code of laws have passengers would ci'eate for them- the most systematically worked tent or complete title. It is not Fifth Judicial Circuit jan8'76.tf. 21; also, the w of sw .ot section 6,
and impoeoYws have passengers would create for them township 14, range 22 east; 1,32acres,
only made selves great pleasure if they would grounds in the whole country. absolutely necessary to cut the Dissolution of Co-Partnership. Br virtue of an execution issued out more or less,
on, w" By his systematic method he saves timber and burn it or haul it off, of the Circuit Court for the 5th Judicial -Levied upon to satisfy the above ee.
Coand by theis e ctionfourendered visit Lake anasoffkeeone-half the labor and consequent- but the trees ma be irdled and TheCo-Partnershipheretofore tng Circuit of Florida, for Sumter county, cuton. W. J. McGRATH,
and by heis action have rendered one-hal the labor and consequent- t e trees may begirdled and betweenthe undesigned in the and to me directed, I have levied upon sheriff Marion co., Fla.
. eat deal of legislation necessa- The town has a postoffice and a ly one-half of the expenses. Capt. allowed to decay on the premises. Tanning Business is this day desolved and will offer for sale before the Court jant-6t.td.
great deal o legislation ne sa- telegaph-station. Both are con- Adams h d This is the method usually taken by mutual consent. House door in the town of Leeshurg on riff Sale
try before we can again, get backoducteEas a wi grove of 23 or clearing land here. SIMON BENJAMIN, Monday the 3rd day of January, A. D., Sa
iito the old rut f business. acres of which are 16 acres topped State land can be brought for A1 1876, the following described property, MARION ONTY.
That he Jdiry Committee Simmons, the highly accom- and budded. Facing the outlet he $1.25 per acre, without any con- --- The northeast Iof section 1i, and west BY virtue of the authority vested In
That the Judi, iary Committee, polished physician of the place is has 229 acres of land, which is to editions, and much of it is as good I will continue the Tanning Business j of southeast I of sec 19, and east j of me by a Decree or Judgment of Fore-
or prominent lawyers who had on my own account, and will exert my- southwest o se 18, and north of the closure and ale rendered the 30th day
r prominent law did always ready to alleviate suffering be planted with oranges, lemons, land as there is. Many farms of self to please all that will give me call. northwest andsoutheastof northwest March, A. D., 1872, in a cause e
seas, n inthe li e did not see humanity. Col. A. Clark, the uavas and other uit these State lands have been partial- ides bought and leathersold. othwf se19,andwestofsoutheastand inthe Crcuitorin the5th
the legisitoii cessary to be learned lawyer has an extensive bananas, guavas and other fruity cleared and improved, but were -. H. HOUSTON. of south 19, and west of nor theast j and insou th e Circuit of Floridat and forth
made* the passage ofnthepamend- trees. The Captain intends to abandoned during th late war, jan8-t. of northwest and northwest of north- of-Mailon, wh,:rtMin S,-nnetI.
learne ttidacti ha n oi t ce,, Miss. M. E. Clark, a r o. abandoned during the late war, west j of sec 18, and southwest 4 of the Trustee, was a Cornmplalnat, '5---.-
nts, and introduLe that legisla- c is grow this year some tobacco. He and have reverted to the State on W _ATTR D !! southwest I of sec 7, all in township 20, Florida Railroad Cominyrn
o- delred, as it is refined lady, is school mistress will make now a few barrels of account of non-payment of taxes, south of range 238 ast. I will offer for sale and seilt-
S epl-d, asit now and teaches about 25 pupils. orange wine, and has already or- Farming can be carried on to a Hands to work orange trees, &c., on Levied upon as the property of Wilson outcry, n ront of the Court
Sn4es.arin.u.r opin- orange wine, and has alrea Orange Lak. Apply to W. Cassady to satisfy an execution in in the town of OcAla.,cuntte
at a In the immediate vicinity of dered the machinery to manufac- greater extent, per individual, in JOHN C. CHAMBERS. favor Wiliam H. Chaffee & Co. aforesaid, on the first Monday i ebru-
J that an extra session should.-" this country than in New England, janl-3t. This November 29th, 1875. ary, A. D., 1870,- bing the flrn t day of
S led umterville are three highly cul- ture citric acid. Success to him. MATTHEW W. DOZIR, said month, the roadway, dlpots.si-
a motivated and renumerative farms, The first groves on the river are from the fact that one ma with We advise all who study economy in SheriffHuEter co., Fla. mont, thne ts, a
We have long thought that a horse, can till from five to ten Sriftntioll the right fr le.interesta e ssion an
e h bo conducted by their respective own- Messrs. A. L. and Frank Eichel- times the number of acres, de- the household and who appreciate good The bove sale is pst all the right iedemption otrst osessioor
coffee to try the extra Rio, fresh raosted The above sale is pF stryoned u.tal the equity of rede Lptin of the said Detend-
ere shod be n our legislature ers, Messrs. Branch, Cassady and berger's the condition of both I pending upon the kind of crop. just received by V. Hillyr & Co. There Mo TTHEW W.bru DOZIER, stations, franchises andquipmntsan
o t of revision similar Tompkins. have mentioned before, then comes Negro labor is plenty, and can is a great saving over geen coffee at Sheriff Sumter co., Fla. all other rights and interest thereto be-
bose once hadNby New York From Sumterville I went to Col. Capt. Johnson's orange grove of be hired for seventy-five cents per their prices. Jan8-td. ongoing between Wa Io. thCdar Key
we.ieve ew amphire, Walker's plantation, and corn- 12 acres, nextMr."G. Rutherford, ayand at a a considerable less8 OTICE OF FINA DISMISSAL. OTICE TO DEBTORS tio of Tampa : and knownathe
ie business it should be be- menaced f rom that 1p lace my boat cres xtn orutherord, e by the month or year. NOTICE AND CREDITORS Southern Section of the Florida ail-
ylawisffinallytapproved,1eexcurs ,whogrowscotton, corn and tobac road, or so much thd efV as is necessary
y law is finallyapproved, o excursion who grows cotton corn and tobacThe following statements of the Six months after the first publication All persons having demands against forthepaymentoftheosning
Sit n back to the legislature Aexri n, co. The next is Mr. Morrison's production to an acre are given of this notice, I will present my accounts the estate of JOEL L. LOMAN, late. principal and Interest, issued by the
A ASOFFKElarge plantation, as wholly within bonds, for the and vouchers as Executor of the Last of Marion county, Florida, deceased, Florida Railroia Compan, and toysecur
neesay crrciosad rgiae a dasile -- poit hee-will and testainenit of PAUL McCOR- are hereby notified to present the salme to whichsaidTrustDeed,orMortgage,wa-
necessary corrections a oriinate AArns e prairie large plantation, opposite the en- as wholly within bounds, for they which sai TrustDeedo nrto -,th ru mto r
San originals at Adamsville prairie, trance of lake Challie Appopka, have been exceeded in every case. .MICK, deceased, to the Honorable Judge me duly authenticated within the time executed. W. ,. McGRiT'l
ry bills. Such a committee, 5 miles north of Sumterville. 500 lbs. seed cotton (sea island), of the County Court for Marion county, prescribed by law, or the same will be Sheriff Marion.co Fla.
i of'intThreisa snk w iu- cotton and corn. TheFlorida, ard ask for a final discharge barriod payment. All persons indebted janl-6t.td.
psed of intelligent andThere is a "sink," (which is pecu- pro ces cottonand corn. The selling at from 6 to 8c per lb. in from tL said estate to said estate are requested to make pay-6ttd
citizens, would perhaps liar to Florida) the water sinks next is Messrs. A. and F. Ross. Ocala; 20 lbs. shelled corn for THOS. C. ELLIS, ment to the undersigned. Go to Hillyer's for the earliest flint
.-necessity of these extra below the surface and "opens" Each of them has about 500 or- whichis a readymarket here, at This Executor. W. J. cRAT, Sheriff, corn. 500arsforseedjustreceived.
;o supply legislation which again, that is rises above the sur- ange trees. Mr. R. orriso has 1.25 to 2.00 per bushel 200 decl8-6m. decl8-8w. Dissolutiom of Co-Partership
ave been made before- face at warm springs, which de- 500 orange trees. Next is Mr. bushels sweet potatoes; sugarcane, No Housekeeper or Laundress should
r inahihe Stock' T making 10 bbls. of sugar or syrup, No Housekeeper or Laundress shouldTheo-Partnerspherefoforeexistng
kingout redundances rive their name from the higher Stock's orange grove. Then comes worth say $25 per bbl., 300 be without a zinc-faced wash board Ifyou wish togrow Vegetables for sale under the name and style of A.Ferg
lying imperfectionss in temperature of their waters. Af- Horn' bridge. Abovand below bushels peanuts, or pindars, as They save their cost many times over in reason & Co., is thisday dissoved y mu-
the wear of the clothes. Youwitllfnd; fIr tti consent J.
runtonet bridgeitheya dhere;3 bushelswlarening oral conentand J. A. Ferguson is an-
the courts a great deal tera runof two and one half miles is a shoal in the river, y are called here30 bushels them very cheap at HILLYER'S. yothorized to settle the businessof th
or and wranit in., the water expands and forms the Not flr from the Harris' ferry is oats, selling readily at $1.50 per Iowihtobeom a alflorit, J.A. FERGUSON,
extra session of the lake which has a length of eight Mr. F. W. Ross who has 100 or- bushels; 200 bushels Irish pota- SHERIFF'S SALE. Practical 10oricultureTw P. TRANTHAM
a now necessary no miles, with an average breadth of' range trees. At old man Meadow's toe to the appears. MARION COUNTY. If you wishAmuement or T. N OARY.
valueaofthe.Y VIRUE of sundry executions tome
after reviewing the two miles, and covers an area of Z2r ,ar theetrance ofcrepacy in t.he value of the different dira o u M t ag for la11 S11UrI The ndegnewlicauntheDrug
.. Here I am at the entrance o r p e a e directed, wherein Michael McCarrol Theundersignedwill ctinuetheDri
ions, viz: about sixteen square miles. The crops per acre, enumerated above, is Plaintiff and Abner H. McCormick is AMd.eB business in Ocala and solicitathe patron-
uutourt while 'it lake has a perceptible current from Blue Spring run, which I describ- it must be born in mind that in Defendant, and Robert Erwin is Plaintiff Peter Henderson. age of the public.
S punish misde- south-east to north-west, where it ed in my last letter. Below Blue nearly every instance the crop tewart sAdministratr isadin tha Price$1.50each, post-paid, by mail. dec4--tf. A. FERGU MD
metthod of bring- enters its outlet channel and emties Spring is a few shoals, which are bringing the larger price, involves the same Defendant, I have levied upon Our Combined Catalogne for 1876, of
u the grand after a run of two mile into the now cleared from the rocks, which a greater outlay of labor and oth- and will sell before the Court House door; EVERYTHIN P P TO
court--the grand, after a run of two mile into the now cleareedortain ofm thkhem, i like in the town of Ocala, on Monday, the 7thEV i' aR e -
i by an un- Withlacoochee -iver. The lake obstruct the passage. Below is er expense; certain of them, like day of Feorutry, 1876, the following" O EM
Mibited-by an un- Withlacoocbee river. The lake oats, requiring no further care than described property, to-wit:h fo.wn MAN rACTUrI; O
,from finding true abounds in great varieties 6f fish Mr. Fatoute's banana and orange sowing. That parcel of land beginning at the
r than felonies, and its surface is constantly cov- grove. Then comes Barco's ferry. I will simply mention a few items southeast corner of section 24, township Sent Free to all Appleant. RS. SASHES BLIN ,
idavit or com- ed with innumerable water-fowls. The next ferry is called "blind in regard to the orange culture as thence west 80 chains, thence north 60 c n .lar eu ta.loess a -LOOiRINi, &c., &c.
msible in that The surrounding country is inhab- horse ferry." it is my intention to devote a fu- chains, thence west 40 chains, thence taining2coloredplates,senfwthoutchiargeteern
Imissible in that The surrounding country is hab- horse erry.tre letter exclusively to it. sonth 60 chains, thence south 45 degrees to purchasers o anyof the above three Dealer in
believe, to have ited by numerous herds of deer Mr. J. W. Chambers has a saw- An acre of ground will accom- 10 chains, thence south 40 chains, thence ce nt Bui 'lders' aT rdware
ruling at the and frequently bears are killed- mill at the. mouth of the river, modate one hundred trees, and ast 10 chains, thence north 20 chains, 1 l & V
euit court for The banks of Lake Panasoffkee with an engine of 80 horse-power, they will bear in seven years, or tene west 60 ehais, thence north 40 PAINTS, OILS, &e., &e.
and the Wi.thlacoochee river are vessels are loaded there to carry less, from the seed, and in three chains tothALSO 85 Cortlandt Street, sole Agnt or
banors cannot undulating, in some places, only the Florida timber over the whole years from the bud or graft; after The southwest quarter and west half NEW YORK.
of the Peace above high water, and at others world. Opposite the mouth of the second bearing year, the aver- of northwest quarter, and the southeast TB NATIONAL MIED All 00,
of the Peace above high water, and at others P age tree will produce one thousand quarter of northwest quarter, and north-
Spowers of they form high bluffs. Theham-theriver is Dr. Hodge's island, oranges and upwards; some old e garter fnorthwest quarterofsee- GaAmerican E tingushero.,
s oTi at all fix- mock lands are extremely rich and upon whch is a fruck m. trees having been known to pro- and southwest quarter of northwest | r UL l LU PAAGE MA0 E B]ETIKT( 00,
ed, but are to lixed't soeL- u- well timbered and the adjoining The mouth of the Withlachoo- duce over 8,000 per year. quarter of section 9, township 19, range
St t pine lands are adapted to the cul- chee river is 18 miles South of Ce- In regard to a somewhat pre-21 40 acres; and lots 1 and 2 o section PUBLISHED EVEY WEDNESDAY BEYD FOR PRIES.
stand tow o ithta. m ddemot in tivation uof the orange and the' dar Keys. It has a good and secure valet idea in some parts of the west half of northeast quarter, and west at OFFICE AND WAREROOMS,
hich they' may b ge vine region harbor with 6 feet water on the bar. North, and among a certain class half of southeast quarter of section 28, WADESBORO, N. C.
nhihheymaybe ried grape The whole of township 12, range 21, 160 acres; and No. w20&22Hayne,33&35FPohneyBt.
the lake as well as th The average river depth is from people, that Northern men are northeastquarterofnorthwestquarterof Ony a y
number ot civil casts involv- te ake, as we as the river, nev- T o ae e t not well received here, I would section 23, township 17, range 19, 40 FACTORY AND YARD,
ing -large amounts in t3 aggre- er suffered yet severely from frost, six to ten feet. state, that as far as my observation acres; all situated in the aforesaid county Bright, cheerful, progressive, always
gae, on disolu,, f the as the great expanse of water tem- The inhabitants of the whole that tands well andStateof Florida. upto the advancing thoughts of the Ashlylver,WestEnd road .,
gae, o he-odisolun ion I of the as hgr pseo water tem- r goes, a man tat Stands well Levied upon and to be sold as the prop- times, the IIEALD taki s ranks with the
.oliU- cout abated, aud re now peers the chilly air. aAt Trace's region which are described, are among his neighbors there, will erty of the Defendant in saia executions, leading Journals of the day. Itis on the CHA3LESTON, S. C.
industrious, friendly and hospita- have no cause to find fault with Terms ash. side of Christianity. oct2-ly.
hanging wit hout any hope .' set- landing they are building a baroque ltiadh h I h ad Postponed from last sale day. The HERALD is devoted to the family
tiement until a low i rasid re- which will be finish about the ble. Their lands are richard well is treatment ere ave W. J McGRATH, circle. It contains original and select- AGENTS OUTFIT FREE'
.... .... .. ... cultivated. In fact. as Marion considerable intercourse with the jan8-td.St. Sheriffm ed stories, wit, humor; etc. Every fam.-


erring them to some appropriate middle ot January and will carry county is the vineyard so is the representative class o plehere,v in the lad should subscribe for it. geommissions and rmu
court for trail. the produce of the lake and river Withlachooehee river district with and have been always courteously Geo. ID. Tvler with thereach thepoorestn the FORt SLLING
0Counthe Certreated and hospitably entertain- CARPENTER & BUILDER. land. We pay all postage.
These are only a few of t4l rea- country to Cedar Keys and return its tributaries, the orchard of ed. y A NTLDER. nd We pay all geIBRARY OF FMOU FICTION,
n that render a call of te oaedse the cessry er- lorida. Its fertile, productive I do not wish it to be under- House building and other mechanical READ WHAT THE PRESS ThINsa OF UOE T
ilture necesal iy-tlhey frght be nt n and renumerative soil invites im- stood that the tenor of this letter work done to order. Jobbing promptly The HERLD is one of the neatest papers
extended almost eniy. We The first plantat wh I migration and everybody, who has is to advize New. England farmers attendedto. nov21-tf inheState. o ppi e Literature:
think.at a call of th islature visited was Mr. Eicheler- seen this region will exclaim with to sell out and "go South," but MARYLAND EYE AND EAR INSTITUTE, The congratulate our friends of the pilgrims Progress, Vcarof Wakeeld
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T HE EAST FLORIDA BANNER.

Local Department.

SATURDAY, January 8th, 1876.

Temperature of t.e Weather for
the Week.
FrDAT, 6 a. m 66. m. 77. 6 p. m. 73.
Saturday 60. m. 76. 73
Sunday, 60 m 75. 72.
Monday, 57. m. 76. 73.
Tuesday, 60. m. 70. 65.
Wednesday, 57. m. 72. 68.
Thursday, 66. m. 75. 66.


The prettiest calico in Florida is the
Ocalico.

See change pf Ghedule, of Steamers
Dictator and City Point, in another col-
umn.

The Temperance Division took a re-
cess from labor on Thursday night last
and opened the new year with a sup-
per.

It will be seen by reference to our
-advertising columns that Mr. Simon
Benjamin has sold his interest in the
Ocala Tan Yard to Mr. Houston, who
will continue to carry on the business.

The many friends of Mrs. C. M. Rear-
don will be glad to learn that she has
returned to her old home with the in-
tention of remaining. Mrs. R. has for
the past two years resided in Savannah,
Georgia.

The cotton at Messrs. Agnew & Go's.
gin house caught on fire from a match
on Tuesday last. By the prompt exer-
tions of Mr. J. A. Reynolds and the em-
ployees the fire was extinguished before
any damage was done.

We take pleasure in calling attention
to the law card of A. C. Clark, Esq., of
Sumterville. Persons having legal bus-
iness in Sumter county will do well to
secure the, attention and care of Mr.
a Clark in their behalf.

Ou ex-paper-carrier has started to
*--- ..oDladthe other day as this prom-
-- isil yng shaver was reading his
lions -t school, in that deliberate
manner for which he is somewhat re-
markable, he came upon the passage,
r'Keep thy tongue from evil and thy lips
fr, m guile." Master Hopeful drawled
cflt, "Keep-thy-tongue-from-evil
-and-thy-lips-from-girls.'"

Florida Products.
Our thanks are due Albert A. Mowry,
Esq., of Cotton Plant, Florida, where
he is sojourning for his health, for a
box of Florida oranges, which for de-
liciousness df flavor surpass any other
oranges that have recently tickled our
palate. In a letter, which we print in
another column, Mr. Mowry gives facts
concerning the fruit and other products
of the Everglade State, which our read-
ers will find of particular interest.-
Woonsooket (R. I.,) Patroit.
Our readers will find the letter above
referred to reproduced in our columns.
It gives a true and sensible statement
of the condition of our county and will
be rpad with pleasure.


Lines to the Memory of 1ly
Counih Cora.
'SUGGESTED .ON VISITING THE CEMETERY
AT LONG SWAMP..
Four years have slowly passed away
Since last I saw this hallowed place,
And standing here alone to-day,
With tear-drops stealing down my face,
i know not neathh which cold gray mound
Her sacred ashes may be found.


No one is near to point to me
The grave that holds as pure a flower
As e'er passed through eteAity
To grace fair Eden's rosy bower.
Back to the God, who gave her life,
Happy and free front earthly strife.
Four years ago each happy morn
I watched for her bright smile,
And as the hours went speeding on,
My heart grew happier all the while.
We sang and danced together then,
She the happiest girl, I the happiest of
men.

A brcther'a all protecting love
My soul poured out o'er her fair form,
And in her every act she strove
To keep that brother's passion warm.
Her every motive pure and fair
Bespoke a sister's thoughtful care.
But fate decreed that we should part,
And thus be severed, oh! how wide;
A wringing grief rushed in my heart
When first I heard my cousin died.
My home was far, neathh western skies,
And perchance her watchful angel eyes.
Ah! little did I deem when last
, I clasped her hand and kissed good-bye
That ere two winters more had past,
Her form would sadly pine and die,
And-I be standing here to-day
Not knowing where her ashes lay.
How .would I welcome a gray stone,
Or marble slab, tho' white and cold,
With only a name ensculptured on,
To show which grave her ashes hold.
V'enan unpretentious board would do
Better than weeds and grass, 'tis true.
Right well my sad heart mayexclaim,
With others, "such is life;"
Some seeking fortune, others fame,
All in the wide world's strife.
Care not how thick the rank weeds grow
Above their loved ones, still below.


HOTEL ARRIVALS.

OCALA HOUSE-E. J. HARRIS, Proprietor.
Week ending Dec. 24th, 1875.
S P Brown, Jacksonville, Fla; W W
Cassady, Sumterville, Fla; Samuel C
Tucker, M A Shackelford, S A Loyless,
Capt Knight, Savapnah, Geo; James
HonaggerJames B Dawkins, Gaines-
ville, Fla; PP Bishop, San Mateo Fla;
Spencer Leonard, Hock Price, Bridge
Water, Mass; J W Duncan, H W Co-
zart, Philadelpha, Tenn; C, Huntley
Sup I 0 T Co; R A Stewart, Wm T
Hickson, J 0 Matthews, W B Lindsay,
Orange Lake; J D Morton, Wm Cox,
county; B W Morton M E Broom, New
York; W L Bethume, Samuel Smith,
Ky; M Bolona, Stubenville Ohio.

Special Notice.
Having purchased from the Ocala
Reading Club Appleton's Journal and
the Illustrated London News, for the year
1875, I hearby notify all parties having
in their possession any of the numbers of
these two periodicals that they are mine
and they will oblige me greatly by re-
turning the same at once. Otherwise
their conscience will prick them as be-
ing guilty of the8 and 7 Commandments.
WM. R. HILLYER.
We know Hillyer keeps the best Gilt
Edged Goshen Butter and sells it very
low.


The Centennial of lS76
This highly favored country is about
to celebarte its hundreth birthday. Un-
der its favored privileges, its citizens
have been happy; Worshiping God to the
dictates of their own consciences; pursu-
ing their chosen avocations unmolested;
growing rich and prosperous. Some
have attianed the most exalted positions
from the smallest beginnings. This is
particularly applicable to Dn. TUTT'S
LIVER PILLs. Ten years ago they had
but a limited local reputations, but in
this time, aided by scientific research and
conscientious business direction, they
have attained such a celebrity that there
is not a country on the globe that they
are not knowh and used. Wherever dis-
ease prevailes, especially such as result
from torpid liver, dyspepsia, costiveness,
sick headache, fever and ague, and they
are eagerly sought for.
A few Steel Hand Mills are still left at
Hillyer's. A small family will save the
price of one of them in six months in the
time wasted in going to mill and the
tolls. They will last fifty years.
To DIRUGGTSTS, HARDWARE AND GEN-
ERAL MEtCHANTs.-I carry in stock from
1,000 to 3,000 boxes of window glass, (the
largest stock i' the South,) embracing
all sizes, from 4x6 to 40x60, in single or
double, thick and polished plate. Stand-
ard brands of French and American made.
Stained, Cut, Ground, Enameled, and
Church Glass. Putty by the bladder or
ton. Glaziers' Points, Knives, Dia-
monds, &c.
Above are imported direct from the
factories and I guarantee bottom prices.
Send for latest quotations.
Truly yours,
P. P. TOALE.
Charleston, S. C.
At Hillyer's.
500 pounds of best medium white beans
or baking or seed. The cheapest and
best snap beans, only 10c. per pint.


App'ication for Leave to Sell.
On the 10th day of January, A. D. 1876,
I, Samuel 0. Reddick, of Levy coun-
ty, Florida, as Guardian of Charles G.,
Ellen A., and Maiy J. McCommick, will
apply to the Hoii. W. R. Hillyer,, Judge
ol Probate for Marion county, Florida,
for leave to sell certain lands belonging
unto said minors, situate in Marion
county, Florida, and described as follows
to wit:
BegLning at the southeast ddrnef of
section 24, township 12 south, range 21
east, running north 20 chains, thence west
80 chains, thence north 60 chains, thence
west 40 chains, thence south 60 chains,
thence south, 45 degrees east, 56 chains
and 57 links, thence east 10 chains, thence
south 40 chains, thence east 10 chains.
thence north 20 chains, thence west 60
chains, thence north 40 chains to the
place of beginning; lots 1 and of see

19, township 12, range 21, and west )g of
northwest 4 of section 28, and west Y
of southeast 4 of section 28, township
12, range 21, south and east; and north-
east Y of northwest j of section 23,
township 17 south, ot range 19 east.
SAMUEL C. REDDICK,
ddcli-td Guardian as aforesaid.
We have just received a small invoice
of fresh ground Oat Meal-the great
brain and bone food of nature. If you
would have your children develop to
the highest perfection physically and
mentally feed them on Oat Meal.
V. HILLYER & Co.

Notice.

In Circuit Court, 5thl Judicial Orcui
of Florida, isumter county.
IN CHnACEnY.
JAMES JONES,
Complainant,
vs.
WILSON W. CASSIDY
and others, Defendants.
IT APPEARING by affidavit that the
defendants, William H. Chaffee and
Thomas S. 0. Brien, of the firm of Wil-
liam H. Chaffee & Co., and Archibald S.
Johnston, Abram J. Crews and Archibald
S. J. Perry, of the firm of Johnston,
Crews & Co., reside without the limits
of the Fifth Judicial Circuit of the State
of Florida, and also without the limits
of said State, so that ordinary process
cannot ,, .-,.ervo-i upon th,?m;
It titrthrf'..Or.,'d'rcd, That the said
defen.l:ant' ,t. apppar, answer, plead or
deitmur to the bill ilel ILu sQaid uit, other-
wise the saMe.-shaMH b tjken as confessed,
and a decreprb'~afu~eo itered.
It is further Ordered, That this order
be published for four months in the East
Florida Banner. '
J. H. GOSS, Judge.
G. M. T. STMMONS, Clerk.
oc3.4m.
A fine lot of New Syrup 75 cents per


A, W. v, gallonn at


IIILLYER'S.


Winter Schedule of the

CHARLESTON, SAVANNAH &
FLORIDA

Steam Packet Co.
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE
QUICKEST ROUTE TO THE NORTH.




THE STEAMER CITY POINT,
CAPT. J. W. FITZGERALD,
Will leave Charleston every Tuesday
evening and Savannah every Wednesday,
for Fernandina, Jacksonville, Palatka
and all intermediate landings on the St.
Jouls river.
!-". RETURNING,

Will leave Palatka every Thursday even-
ing, Jacksonville every Friday to suit
the tide, Fernandina same day, arriving
at Savannah and Charleston every Sat-
urday.
THE STEAMER DICTATOR,
CAPTAIN LEO VOGEL,
Will leave Charleston every Saturday,
Savannah every Sunday afternoon, for
Fernandina, Jacksonville, Palatka and
intermediate landings.
RETURNING,
Wll leave Palatka every Tuesday even-
ing, Jitcksonville every Wednesday morn-
ing, to suit the tide, Fernandina same
day, arriving at Charleston and Savan-
nah every Thursday.
The above steamers make close con-
nection with New York steamships. ..
Through tickets and through bills of
lading given to Baltimore, Philadelphia,
New York and other places by both
Steamers.
These steamers connect with the Flori-
da R. R. at Fernandina, J., P. & M R. R.
at. Jacksonville, Bt. Johns R. R. for St.
Augustine at Tocol, with steamers at
Palatka for Mellonville, Enterprise and
the upper St Johns. Also with steam-
ers for the Ocklawaha river.
AGENTS:
RAVENEL & Co., Charleston.
BRAINARD & ROBERTSON, Sav'nh
JEFFREYS, Bno. & SON, Fernandina.
JEFFREYS & BRO., Jacksonville.
R. J. ADAMS, Palatka.
C. H. BOHN, St. Augustine.
noTl3-tf.

FOR PALATKA AND SILVER SPRINGI1
The New and Elegant U. S. Mail




STEAMER TUSKA WILL,
CAPT. C. D. TAYLOR,


Will leave Palatka every Monday and
Thursday evenings, after the arrival of
Charleston and Savannah steamers.
RETURNING:
Will leave Silver Spring every Sunday
and Wednesday mornings at 10 o'clock.
Connection made at Silver Spring with
stages for Ocala and Leesburg.
S S. J. BAUKNIGHT,
decll-tf. Proprietor.
For Palatka and Silver Spring!
THE POPULAR



STEAMER MARION,
CAPT. H. A. GRAY,
Will leave Palatka every Thursday
evening, after arrival of the Charleston
steamer, and arrive at Silver Spring
every Saturday morning.
RETURNING:
Will leave Silver Spring every Satur
day at 12 o'clock, and arrive at Palatka
every Sunday morning.
Polite attention shown td all passen-
gers. odt9.1y;
U. S. MAIL.


HAIT'I SM --WEEIRLY 1IE

OF STEAMERS FOR

OCKLAWAHA RIVER



STEAMER OKAHUMKEE,
CAPT. A. L. RICE,
Wilt leave Jacksonville for Silver
Spring, Lakes Griffin, Ajustis, Harris and
Okahumkee, every Thursday 8 a, m
Palatka Thursday night after arriva.
of steamers Cfty Point or Dictator.
RETURNING:
Will leave Silver Spring every Sattr
day morning it 10 o'clock, arriving at
Palatka Sunday morning and at Jack-
sonville Sunday night.
H. L; HART, Pro'pr Palatka, Fla.
R. J. ADAMS, Agent.

IN'ew Livery Stable.


The undersigned has just opened a
stable in Ocala and is prepared to
furnish
DOUBLE OR SINGLE TEAMS,
or saddle-horses to travelers.
. He will run a line of hacks regularly
to Silver Spring this winter on the arri-
val of the boats. He will also be pre-
pared to furnish travelers with convey-
ances to Orange Lake, Leesburg, Gaines-
ville, Homasassa, or
TO ANY PART OF THE STATE.
Persons having their horses put up at
this stable may rest assured that they
will be well fed and carefully groomed.
ALFRED DAVIS.
octo.tf.
O CALA HOUSE,
1. J. HARRIS, Proprietor.
Ocala, Florida.
Travelers can reach Ocala via Gaines-
ville, on Florida Railroad, or on steamers
via St. Jons river and Silver Spring.
ojubscribe for THE BANNER and Detroit
SFre Pres, Only$3.0 ayear.


The Weekly Sun.
1776 New York. ISfl

Eighteen hundred and seventy-six is
the Centennial year. It is also the year
in which an Opposition House of Repre-
sentatives, the first since the war, will
be in power at Washington; and the year
of the twenty third election of a Presi-
dent of the United States. All of these
events are sure to be of great interest
and importance, especially the two lat-
ter; and all of them and everything con-
nectedr with them will be fully and fresh-
ly reported and expounded in The Sun.
The Opposition House of Representa-
tives taking up the line of inquiry open
ed years ago by the Sun, will sternly and.
diligently investigate 1he corruptions
and misdeeds ot Grant's administration;
and will, it is to be hoped, lay the foun-
dations for a new and better period in
our national history. Of all. this The
Siln will dontairi complete and acdirate
accounts, furnishing its readers with
early and trustworthy information upon
these absorbing topics.
The twenty-third Presidential election,
with the preparations for it, will be
memorable as deciding upon Grant's as.
pirations for a third term of power and
plunder, and still more as deciding who
shall be the candidate of the party of Re-
form,and as electing that candidate. Con-
cerniig all these subjects, those who
read The Sun will have the constant
means of being thoroughly well inform-
ed.
The WEEKLYT SUN, which has attained
a circulation of over eighty thousand
Copies, already has its readers in every
State and Te'ritory, we trust that the
year 1876 will see their numbers doubled.
It will continue to be a thorough news-
paper. All the general news of the day,
will be found in it, condensed when un-
important, at full length when of mo-
ment; and always, we trust, treated in a
clear, interesting and instructive man-
ner.
It is our aim to make -the WEEKLY
SUN the best family newspaper in the
world, and we shall continue to aive in
its columns a large amount of miscella-
neous reading, such as stories, tales, po
ems, scientific intelligence and agricul-
tural information, for which we are not
able to make room in our daily edition.
The agricultural department especially
is one of its prominent features. The
fashions are regularly reported in its col-
umns; and so are the markets of every
kind.
The WEEKLY SUN, eight pages with
fifty six broad columns is only $1.20 a
year, postage paid. As this price barely
repays the cost of the paper, no discount
can be made from this rate to clubs,
agents, Postmasters, or any one.
The DAILY SUN, a large four page
newspaper of twenty-eight columns,
gives all the news for two cents a copy.
Subscription, paid 55c. a month or $6.50
a year. Sunday edition extra, $1.10 per
year. We have no traveling agents.
Address THE SUN, New 6 ork City.
jan.l-4m.


1 A DAY at home. Agents want-
ed. Outfit and terms free. True
& Gq., Augustaj Maine. nov27-lm


_I~


In Circuit Court,

For the Fifth Judicial Circuit of Flor-
ida, Marion county.
IN CHANCERY.
Bill for partition of lands.
JOSEPH CALDWELL,
V8.
Martha C. Caldwell, Joseph Caldwell,
James J. Caldwell, John C. S. Brown,
W. M. Greer and Nancy, his wife; Joseph
C. Coffield and Eva E., his wife; -Le-
gin and Medora, his wife; P. S. Brooks
and Henrietta, his wife; George Lane and
Jane, his wife; Abraham bleigh and
Amelia, his wife; James C. Boozer and
William McMorris.
Bill for partition of certain tracts of
land being and situate in said county
and State, and more particularly describe
ed as follows, to-wit:
The northeast quarter of northwest
quarter and northwest quarter of north-
west of northwest quarter of section 9,
township 15, range 20, containing 240
acres, more or less.
Lot 1 of section 17, township 15, range
22, containing 79 acres, more or less.
The southeast quarter of southeast
quarter and northeast quarter of section
8, township 15, range 22, containing 200
acres, more or less.
The southeast quarter of southwest
quarter of section 3, township 15, range
23, and north h.,lf of northwest quarter
of section 10, township 15, range 23, and
east half of northeast quarter of section
9, township 15, range 23, the same con
training 157 acres, more or less.
The southwest quarter of northwest
quarter of section 9, township 15, range
22, containing 37 acres, more or less.
The east half of northwest quarter of
section 6, township 15, range23, contain-
ing 79 acres, more or less.
The east half of southeast quarter of
section 25, township 15, range 23, and
north half of northeast quarter apd east
half of northwest quarter and south half
of southeast quarter of section 35, town-
ship 15, range 23, and north half of north-
east quarter and north half of northwest
quarter and southwest quarter of south-
east quarter of section 36, township 15,
range 23, containing 591 acres, more or
less.
The east half of northeast quarter of
section 18, township 15, range 22, con-
taining 80 acres, more or less.
The west half of southeast quarter and
east half of south aast quarter of section
9, township 15, range 23, containing 118
acres, more or less.
The north half of southwest quarter o f
section 10, township 15, range 23, coji-
taining 80 acres, more or less. "
The southeast quarter of northwest
quarter and northwest quarter of north-
west quarter of section 3, township 15,
range 22, containing 78 acres, more or
less.
The southeast quarter of southwest
quarter of section 4, township 15, range
23, containing 39 acres, more or less.
Th6n'rth half of section 8, township
15, range 23, containing 320 acres, more
or less.
Lot In the town of Ocala, numbered
and described on the maps and surveys
thereof as east half of block 57.
Upon reading and filing the above bill
for a partition of said. lands, and after
due consideration thereof by tue Court,
It is Ordered, That the said defendants
plead, answer or demur to the said bill)
on or before the Rule Day in January,
A. D., 1876, to-wit: The first Monday in
January, A. D., 1876; and if by that time
no answer, plea or demurer is filed by
them as aforesaid, then and in that case
a. decree pro confesso will be entered by
the Court.
It is further ordered, That this order
be published in the East Florida Banner
for the space of eight weeks.
J. H. GOSS,
Nov. 25th, 1875. Judge.
BULLOCK & FERGUSON,
Solicitors. dec4.-td.


THE FLORIDA INTERIOR

L a id Ag e n
Ocala, F4iorid -
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BUILDERS' FURNISHING

MILL,
Jacksonville, Florida

Pennimnan & Co.,
Manufacturers and Dealers in
MOULDINGS,
BRACKETS,
SCROLL AND
TURNED WORK,
ROUGH AND PLANED
LUMBER
Sawed and Rived
CYPRESS SHINGLES,
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full particulars free by Volta Belt Co., west of Odala, in Marion county. .150
Cincinnati, Ohio. nov27-1m. acres hammock, 90 acres pine land, 20
acres cleared. Watered by a small lake.
Book Akdents Price $800 cash. Titles good.
and Good Salesmen No. S.--640 acres hammock and
Are "CoINING MONEY" with the famous pi land and mixed land, 4 miles north
of Ocala, in Marion couAt iate*dgg
B I D A D E S I G N S, the Waldo and Ocala Railroad. 150 adres
The Frch Editin of whic l o r cleared, 80 acres under cultivation, 100
The French Edition of which sells for orange trees, some bearing, a frw peach,
$165 and the Loudon Edition for $200. lemon and banana trees all beating. Three
Our Popular Edition ($5.50;) containing ettlementS on the land, dwellings and
over one hundred fill=pdge quarto plates, otitbilildiigs ll complete. Wdtered by
catios in Americapest anid mosthe best to sPell- good wells and smal! lakes. Pribe $5 per
cation in America, and the best to sell. acre, One third down, balance one and
Critics vie with each other in praising it two payments on time. Titles uenetl-
and the masses buy it. bered.
Agent In Charleston, S. C., reports 97 ere.
ordei's; one in NinetySix, S. C., 107; one NO. 6.-240 acre infi section 81,
in Virginia, 247; another in Memphis, ownship 14, range 20, In Marion county;
200 orders, taken in three weeks,. 2 0 acres hammock balance pine land, tin-
Full particulars free. Address J. B. improved. Price $700 cash. Titles good.
FORD & CO., Publishers, 27 Park Place, No. 7.-- 240 acdes in setidn 86,
New York. decl8 1m. ,- acies ll setlon du)
township 13, range 19, in Marion county,
80 acres hammock, balance pine and mix
BALTIMORE ed land, 50 acres cleared. Has a few 6r-
EYE AND EAR INSTITUTE, ange trees. Watered by a small lake.
Price $1000, half down, balance on time.
No. 55 Franklin St., Baltimore, Md. Titles good.
JULIAN J. CHISOLM, M. D., Profes- No. 8.-80 acres on Mill Creek,
sor of Eye and Ear Diseases in the Uni-e on
versity of Maryland, Surgeon in charge. near Iola, 1, miles from Ocklawaha riv-
This Institution is thoroughly organized er, in Marion county. All mixed land,
and fitted up with every convenience for suitable for orange and other tropical
the treatment of Eye and Ear Diseases; fruits. Has a bold creek running throiigh
I- For further information apply to the land, a beautiful mill seat. Pride $ 5
the above. nov27 n1m cash per acre. Titles good.
he Tbv e scneof te No. 9.-120 acres in Gulf ham-
A GENTS te greatest chance of th mock, n Levy unty, situated on the
-age. Address, wth stamp, National Florida Railroad, 18 uIiles east of Cedar
Copying Co., Atlanta, Ga. nov27 1m Keys. All hammock; 10 acres cleared.
S, Excellent land for gardening, fruit groW-
SpsYCHOMANCY, ORsOUL CmHARTNG." ing, &c. Price $800 dash. Titles good.
SHow either sex may fascinate
and gain the love and affections of any No. 10.-338 acres on Lake
person they choose instantly. This sim- Okahumpkee, Sumter county. 80 acres
pie acquirement all can possess, free, by hammock, balance pine land, 60 acres
mail for $1 25cts.; together with a Mar- cleared. Dwelling and outbuildings in
riage Guide, Egyptian Oracle, Dreams, good repair. Well watered and very
Hints to Ladies. A. queer catalogue of healthy. 20 bearing sweet orange trees.
48 pages for 25 cents. 100,000 sold. Ad- Price $1200 without present crop of or-
dress T. WILLIAM &. CO., Publishers, anges or $1400 with the present orange
Philadelphia. nov27.1m crop; one half cash, balance on time. Ti-
tles good.
00MNE8TIr No. 11-2,000 acres 5 miles
I west of Ocala, known as the Capt. Taylor
SEWINC plantation. Largest portion first-class
f AC I NES hammock, balance pine and mixed lands.
Several hundred acres under cuiltivation-
Idberal Tier"mst e Dwelling, outbuildings, &c., in good re.
ehan.eforSecond-lua pair. Well watered. Steam saw mill,
Macehine of every i4 cotton gins, sugar mill fixtures, &c., all
eription. in good order and sold with place. Price
"DOMESTIC" PAPER FASHION$S $25,000; one third down, balance on suit-
Th*BstPatternamade. Send 5 ts.forCatalogu able time. Titles good. -
Area sDOMESTIC SSWINGaMAIOHIIN0 No. 12.-1700 acres along the
Mr. Aesxzs W"aT. -" NEW YORBK banks of the Withlacoochee river, Marion
A WEEK guiua-ranteed to Male county Part hammock, balance pine,
n~lFemale em inttho. fine timbered, with beautiful bluffs, &c.,
cland Female Aents u three.ir o- on the river, all unimproved. Price $2
Addlrss. 0. VICKERY& Co., per acre; one half calshi balance on time.
$ IAugusta, Me. uuv27I 4 l gTod. .


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Large tracts of land, improved and un-
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Place for Gardening,
or lands suitable for

ORANGE CULTURE.
or a large plantation for sugar or cotton
growing, will find the thing they want by
calling at our office, and as we are paying
particular attention to 'this business,
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Parties wishing to cultivate the soil
should remember that in Florida the
growing season lasts TEN MONTHS, plant-
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vegetables and all
KINDS OF TROPICAL FRUITS
can be put into the New York market
from four to five weeks earlier than from
any other section of the country. Man F
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round, and in no country in the world
will the soil repay the husbandman as
IN OUR PENINSULA,
and the means of transporting those pro-
ducts to market are UNEQUALLED.
The Climate is the most Delight-
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ond in no part of the Union can as great
an average of health be obtained.
The great variety of products offer a
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The following lands are offered for sale
through this Agency:
No. 1.-680 acres 10 miles west
of Ocala, In Marlon coniity. 00 acres
hammock, 480 acres pine land, 150 acres
cleared. Land .well wate ed by two
small lakes, has a feW large orange and
apple tiees. Prike $3800.. $1000 down,
balance anyj length time desired with 10
per cent. interest. Warrantee titles.
No. 2.-760 acres 4 miles south
of Flemington, in Marion county. 125
acres hammock, 635 acres pine land, 150
acres cleared. Land well watered by a
beautiful running branch and several
small lakes. Price $5,000, one half down,
balance on suitable time. Warrantee
titles.
No. 3.-320 acres 12 miles west
of Ocala, on Ocala and Archer station
road, in Marion county. 90 acres ham-
mock, 280 acres pine land, 125 acres clear
ed and. under cultivation. Has a two-
story dwelling, with six rooms, open pi-
azza, t\vo brick chimneys, all-outbuild-
ings, &d., cortiplete. Place well watered,
good cistern and 'two small lakes on the
land. 20 bearing sweet brafge trees, and
400 sweet seedlings 1 and 2 years old, 75
bearing peach tiees and banana gfove
bearing. Price $5,400, o'ne half downt
balance on time. Warrantee titled.
No. 4.--240 acres 10 miles north


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Three Magnificent Engravings just
published on heavy plate paper, 14x18.
They touchingly portray the last mo-
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with families and friends sorrowfully
grouped around them. It is a gem of
art, beautiful in design, and should hang
in every house and cottage in the land.
The Lost Cause represents a Confederate
soldier after the war returning to his
home, which he finds lonely and desolate,
and telling a sad tale of the miseries of
war, and two graves with rude crosses
on which some friendly hand has hung a
garland to the right, the calm river and
rising moon indicate. peace and rest.
Sent by mail post-paid on receipt of 50
cents each. Agents wanted everywhere
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Terms sent when sample cory is ordered.
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No. 13--400 acres 10 mile
norih of Ocala. on Ocala and oianeillle.
Stageroad. 250 acre, hammock, balance'
first-class pinie land, 100 acres clearly'
and under ciltlvati0l.. Dwelling and
outbuildings all in good repair. Store
house and post office kept at the stores
A splendid locality for metchandlsfig.
30 sweet orange trees, some btarfng, a
number of peach, banana and other fruit
trees bearing. Welt watered by branch
and small lakes. Price $2.500; one ball
down, balance on time. Titles good.
No. 14.-.1,277 acres 5 mile
west of Micanopy, 7 miles from Florida
Railroad,in Alachua county. 250 acres
hammock, balance pine and mixed land,
all unimproved. Price $2,500 cash. TL4
ties good.
No. 15.-750 acres 1 mile froMn
Flemington, Marlon county. 60 acres
hammock, balance pine laud, 250 acres
cleared. Price $2,000 cash. 'ltles good
No. 16.--400 acres between Mic d
anopy and Orange Lake. Marion conn S-f .'
known as Judge .Means "Home Plc -;'c A
First-clas lands, divided 'nto lot of L- '
acres each. Price $20 per acre; part-9
Titles good. .-
.No. 17.-A half interest in .' 1
acres'In what is known as Presly drang
grove, on.Or.inge Lake, 10 acres of which
is a bearing sweet gr ve, 10 acrei more
budded with sweet buds, balance unim-
proved wild orange grove. Price of en-
tire interest $12,000 cash. Titles good.
No. 18.-640 acres, six ,mile
south of Ocala. 800 acres hammock bal-
ance first class pine land, 300acres clear.
ed and about 150 acres in cultivation'
has a number or sour and sweet orange%
trees growing on the place, a good com-
fortable dwelling and suitable out-build-
ings, all In good repair. Has a good well
of water and two splendidsprings. Price
$4000 cash. Titles good.
No. 19.-560 acres, situated id
Hernando county, in t&e Aunnttidlig
hammock, about 8 miles from Brooks-
ville. All hammock, well timbered and.
first class land. 20 acres cleared 40 sweet
orange and lemon trees growing on the
place, all bearing. Place well Watered,
Price $5 per acre, part cash balance od:
suitable time.
Also 320 acres situated in Annuttaliga
hammock, 5 miles from Brooksville, in
Hernando county,'all hammock, unim.
proved. Has some. wild orange tree' g -
giowing on It. Price $8 per acre, part
cash, balance on time. Titles all od
No. 20.-280 kares near Brooks.-
ville, in Hernando 'piounty. 120 aer /
hammock, balance pine land, 100 acres
cleared and under cu'tivation. 24 bear-
ing sweet orange trees, I acre of small
orange trees, 8 large scuppernong grapd
vines, a number of'peach and other fruit
trees, all bearing. Comfortable dwelling
with 6 rooms, and suitable out-buildings.
Has school house, gin house, sugar mill.
corn mill and fixtures, rl Ing od repair,
Well watered by a beaut)fr, ke In front .
of dwelling. Price $V h. T
goo.I.
No. 21.-24( -wfes ',.- .
the town of Ocala. 80 acres hammock
balance pine, anhd mixed land. 60 acre
cleared. 100 -range trees, a number ofp
peach, plum and other fruit trees. A fin
dwelling with 8 rooms, each 18x20 feet
piazza above and below, all suitable 6ol
buildings in excellent condition. Water
ed by spring and well water. Prif
$6,000, hall cash, balance on sultal
time. Titles good.
No. 22-6 73-100 acres in.
town of Ocala. 200 orange tree an
number of other fruit trees. Splea
dwelling house with 5 rooms handso4
furnished and suitable out-building
in good condition. V- e "% 0,
cash, balance on siitable tme

No. 23.--One corner lot 5
feet adjoinlng P1ost oide in the t'
Ocala, and oife central boslnes
said town, uinimproed. Pride $
Titles good.
No. 24.--One store hon
lot in the central bislness port<
town of Ocala; very desirable
locality; Price $1000, half cs
on time. Titles good.
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li'rrck "h NoRTVH END OCALA HOsSE.
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Largb trlAts of land, improved and in
k tlpprovd,' in every part of tbeinteriur
sectlot tf the State. Parties wishirg
S.,"-1'. J7Uier Residenwcs,
S ora
Place for Gardening,
S: '. or lands suitable for
SOR A GECULTUR E'
nar lnrn nlafntaion owr un rfll or cotton


-- 'Patieff,-italing--to CUM ien
:bshomid rememberr that In Florida tte
gOwtig leasob laSfs TEN MONTHS, plant
SIng commencing In'February, and that
vegetable, and all
r INS OF faLOPICAL FRUITS
P rp t into. the New .York market
bad"ocr't ''Dfie weeks earlier than from
'i.t e-rse.ifo 'ofthe country. Man '
-ge lalb eIay be produced all the year
'tfidd'.afid'.n 'no country In the world
tlth'sof epay: the husbandmau as
IN OMR PENINSULA,
-i *,- z,, r, I F.1" 1 -
Itadt*hmeans"f transporting those pro-
ductstoan*ket are UNEQUA.LLED.
i r'. crsa:'l'" -
-. Shrfe. fte eis the most Delight-.
,'..', "Oft.th toe Continent,

cI 'A d'o att 0of the Union can as great
" p'-.aye]'age of.health be obtained.
F':. pIgtia.ftc variety of products offer a
.-'i i tflil for enterprise and
z..AU IITEE, OF SUCCESS.
.i from all sections are

- 'Welcomed to' Florida.
.o .'the Nothern States can
liff'OAssured of .Perfect Safety.
DUNN & CO.,
S, .- j: eal Estate Agents.
.tT-b..li nelands t sale


i y length timedesired with 10
t.-intereMt-.- Warrantee titles.
2i 0S'7Q-acrq s 4 miles sopth
10lesN" "in U 111 Marion Ibonily.. 125
faM MioC, acres plre. land, 150
6 geared. r Land.well watered by a
amfuT'YIrnnlng branch and several
Ulakes. .Pirce $5'I00, one half down
iee 'on,- suitable time. Warrantee
,. + ,..r + '
?3:-320 acres 12 miles west
1a,.6ti Ocpla.and Archer station
in" Mrion county. 90 acres ibam-
30,acres plne lanu4 125 acres clear r
d.-qfndet cultivation. Has a. tivo-
N.lliiig With six roorns, open pi-
o.o buick chimneysy, all outbuild-
':.-complete. Place well watered,
pteru and two small lakes on the
S bearing bieet drhnge'trees, and
t seedlings 1 and 2 years old, 75
each trees and baanna gtove
Price $5,400, one ball down,
'time. Warrantee titles.
-240 acres 10 miles north


77I


north of Ocala, on Ocala and Gnthekvflle
Stage road. :5. acres iammock, balance
flrst-cla s piue labdM10O acres cleared
uind udei ouu;tivatloa, Dwelling -and
qtbU.lings8'11 Ain .good repair, 'Store
Quse. and postt ldffie ktpt ? the store
'*A'.sptendid lodity for ohandTin.
3Qs:w.eet oange trees,'so bearing, a
ijumbet Qf.peach, banLna ar'l other fruit
ireqbanfg. W'lI wattered by branch
aftI:s.i-P lakes Price $.,50); one ball
doivwn, balance or, time. Titlcs good.
No. 14.-1*,277 acres 5 miles
west of Micnnopy, 7 miles from Florida
Railroad, in Alichun county. 250 acres
hummock, lhalfnce pine and mixed land,
a'l unimpro.lu.l. Pric. $2,500 cash. Ti-
tles good.
No. 15.-750 acres 1 mile from
Flemington, Marlon country. 00 acres
hammock, balinnce pine land,250 acres
cleared. Price $'2,000 cish. I'ties good.
No. 16.-400 acres between Mic-
anopy and Orange Lake, Mari.-in county,
known as Judge Means **H..me Place."
First-rlans lands, dlvi..,d .ito lots of 20
acres each. Price $20 per acre; part cash.
.Titles-good.
M;N. 17.--A alf interest in 32
'ia1ln what is known a-i Pre-ly orange
groee,'on OringoueLake, V acres or which
I- a bearing sweet grj-:, 10 acres tlore
budded with sweet i-i luiB, balance, unimn-
owedtrvild toranse srroin. Price of en-
Lire irnt-res i $1,00 cash. Titls g3 good.
No. 19S.-640 acres, six atmiles
south of Ocala. 3110 amres hatinock bal-
ance clars class nd 30acres eleare40sweet-
ed and about 1750 acre in cultivation.
has a nnmher of sour aiid stuer- orange
frees growing on the plate, a goo.l com-
fortable dwi-Iling and 6uitnible oun-build-
inplace, all in good repair. Hwell a god well
ofPrice 5 perand two spleni, part cash pribalas. Price
$400) cash. Titles good.
No. 19.-560 acres, situated in
Hernando county n the Annuttaliga
hammock, aoule S miles Iro sBrooke,
ville. 11 hanmrimck, well Limbenred and


Price -5 per acre, part cah balance on
suitable time.
Also 3-20 acre-3 sitaitod in Anniuttaiiwi
hammock, 5 miles wro' Brooksvut-, in
Heruanrdb county. all limanmnick, unim-
proved. Has grime vvill orninue trees
growling on it. Price t*3 per acre,/part
cash, balance on time. Title-3 all good.
No. 20.-28S0 acres near Brooks-
ville, in IRernaudo county. 120 acres
hammock, balance pine Ilanul, 100 acres
cleared and under cultivati-:.n. 34 bear-
ing sweet, orange Tiee, 1 acre of small
orange trees, 3 large sculiperuonL' grape-
vines, a number ol peach aiid other fruit
trees, all bearing. Comlortabledwelijng
with 6 roorn, and suitable out-buildings.
Has school house, gin house, sugar mill,
corn mill and fixtures, al l in good repair
Well watered by a beautiful lake in front
of dwelling. Price $3,000 cash. Titles
good.
No. 21.-240 acres adjoining
the town of Ocala. 30 acres hammock,
balance pine and mixed land. 60 acres
cleared. 100 orange traces, a number of
peach, plum and other fruit, trees. A fine
dwelling with 8 rooms, each 18x20 feet,
plaza above and below, all suitable out-
buildings In excellent condition. Water-
ed by spring and well water Price
$6,000, hall cash, balance on suitable
time. Titles good.
No. 22 -6 73-100 acres in the
town of Ocala. 200 orange trees and a
nuinber of other fruit trees. Splendid
dwelling house with 5 rooms handsomely
furnished and suitable out-buildins, nall
in good condition. Price $2500, $1,000
cash, balance ou suitable time. Titles
good.
No. 23.- Qne corner lot 52x100
feet adjoining Post office in the town of
Ocala, and one central business lot in
said town, unimproved. Price900 cash.
Titles good.
No. 24.-One store house and
lot in the central business portion ol the
town of Ocala, very desirable business
locality. Price $1000, half cash, balance
on time. Titles good.

The Weekly Sun.
126 New York. 18i 6


1a, in Marion county. d 10 Eighteen hundred and seventy-six is
stock, 90 acres pine land,20 the Centennial yeir. It is also the year
Satered by a small lake. In which an Opposition House of Repre-
TaB, tlps good.' : entatives, the first since the war, will
60 acres hammock and be in power at Washington;and the year
Imixed.land, 4 miles north of the twenty-third election of a Presi-
'tarlon county, situated on dent of the United States. All of these
I Ocala Rallroad. 150acres events are sure to be of great Interest
e under cultivation, 10Q0 and importance,tespeclally the two lat-
.O rig, a few-peacW Ter; and-all-of them and everything con-
aa treesall bearing. Three nected with them will be fully and freih-
qe land, dwellings and ly reported and expounded in The Sun.
Complete. Watered by The Opposition House of Representa-
pial1 lakes. Price $5 per ties taking up the line of Inquiry open
gown, balance one and ed years ago by the Suun, will sternly and
tlafie. Titles ucnencum- diligently investigate the corruptions
S' and misdeeds ot Grant's administration;
and will, it is to be boped, lay the foun-
lacres in section 31, nations for a new and better period in
20, in Marion county. our national history. Of all this The
balance pine land, un- Sun will contain complete and accurate
0O carh. Titles good. accounts, furnishing its readers with
pbes in section 36, early and trustworthy Information upon
in Marion county, these absorbing topics.
ance pine and mix The twenty-third Presidential election,
ed. Has a few or- with the preparations for it, will be
by a small lake. memorable as decidiug upon Grant's as.
i, balance on time. piratlons for a third term of power and
plunder, and still more as deciding who
e_ o Mc O iii n ,shall be .the candidate of the party of Re-
S- n Mill Cureel form,and as electing that candidate. Con-
d, but are lo ie fixeeiOcklawaha riv- corning all these subjects, those who
iure tir so- that AJl mixed land, read The Sun will have the constant
,0 *1 Erother tropical means of being thoroughly well inform-
taud 4Aw. it.lhout ,u14nninthreedougy ed.
tio th .y t. Price 5 The WEKLrY SUN, which has attained
y be, tri. a circulation of over eighty thousand
S. number of civil cas Gulf ham- copies, already has its readers in every
'ff' -p o-i-- in 1tuated on the State and Territory, we trust that the
0 iofl uts in t4s fCedar year 1876 will see their numbers doubled.
." el '- i'o'ticres cleared. Itlwinllcoutiuue to be a thorough news-
j-t -abated -, ,fruitgiow. paper. All the general news oftheday
."'*- andltles goodi wil be fouue:l in it. condensed when un-
-"rh t orito or o l L ake important, at full length when of mo-
o Lak ment; a always, we trust, treated in a
i'a Ia 1 ty. 80 acres clear, interesting and instructive man-
Sland, 60 acres nur.
lg and outbuildings inu rItis our aim to make the WEEKLY
uto4 rep'ir WLll 'watered and very SUN the 'best family newspaper in the
s fayb,. .20 bearing sweet orange trees, world, and we shall continue to give in
".-_.e$20 wIthbut present crup ol or- its columns a large amount of miscella.
$J.'. $400. wish the presen t orange neous reading, such as stories, tales, po
.t32g aish, balance on time. Ti- emrs, scientific m'intlLiguce and agricul.
R e'. good.L.
w!j I .. 11 -. tural information, for which we are not
I. .--,Q01 apres a Miles able to manke irooi in our daily ,'.lition.
,noThe agricultural dtpartmeit. especially
"=w q TAl potoIs one of its promimicut Kntaures. The
* us. X. banc nea dm dnd. umns; and so are the markets of every
died actes under'cultxvatjon- kbid.
f utbul^ldlagspc., in guod re. The Warn.v SuN, eight pages with
I-brd ill.t eaim is,4 ,c.,ial fifty six broad columns is only $1.20 a
.iasoldwithtro e.C"d. Price year, postage paid. As this price barely
*A sdohwn, balanceon suit repays the cost of the paper, no discount
ties good. can be made from this rate to clubs,
3 0 agents, Postmasters, or any one.
f. 12.-J700 acres along the The DAILY SUN, a large four page
1,n&tp 0 eheWithlac6ochee river, iarion newspaper of twenty-eight columns,
*,'unty. Part hammock, balance pine, Iives all-the news for two cents a copy.
.heQ-timbered, with beautiful bl6li%, &c., Subscrliption, paid 55c. a month or $6.50
i' i. thq,,rlver, all unimproved. Price $2 a year. Sunday edition extra, $1.10 per
.'tb'ej one half cash, balance on time. year. We have no traveling agents.
ll -le'od. Address THE SUN, N3ew York City.
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It will do every clans sa.knd i of woiGk.
it will s v from Tissne Pape to mamess Leather.
It Is u fa In advaco of other mhwlgn Machiues Lu the magnitude- of
Its suiorImprovements, as s Stean Oar ezoells LU achiovementB
the oi. faslhoned. Stag0e 0oa .h
Prioes wnaiut- to suit the Times,
Either for Cash or Credit.
e folntratedatalogue } A GENTS WANTED.

Address WILSON SEWING MACHINE CO.
OLV7LaND, OIO, OBZOAGO, iL., .0 TOfl, 7V. T,
T OZaB~lZ!",LA., 5T. LO=O, MO.


THE
"Philharmonic Piano.
This entirely new instrument possess-
ing all the essential qualities of more ex-
pensive and higher priced Pianos is of-
fered at a lower price than any similar
one now in the market. It is durable,
with a magnificent tone hardly surpassed
and yet it can be purchased at prices
and on terms within -the reach of all.
This instrument has all the modern im-
provements, including the celebrated
,,Agraff' treble, and is fully warranted.
Catalogues mailed.
WATERS'

NEW SCALE PIANOS
are the best made. The touch is elastic,
and a fine singing tone, powerful, pure
and even.
WATERS' COlNCERTO ORGANS
cannot be excelled in TONE or BEAUTY;
they defy competition. The Concerto
btop is a dine imitation of the Human
Voice.
PRICES EXTREMELYLOWforcash
during this month. Monthly Install-
ments received; on Pianos, $10 to $20;
Organs, $5 to $10; Second hand instru.
ments, $3 to $5, monthly after first De-.
posit. AGENTS W.ANTED. A liberal dis
count to Teicliers, Ministers, Churches,
Schools, Lodcs, etc: Special Induce
ments to their rade. Illustrated catalo-
gues mailed. HORACE WATERS &'
SONS, 481 Broadway, New York. Bot
8567,

TESTIMONIALS .
---OF-

Waters' Pianos and Organs.
Waters' New Scale Pianos ba .'e pecu-
liar merits.-.VNrew Y'rk l 7ritne.
Tbchtone of the W:i'ers' Piano is rich,
mellow and1 sonor-'ut. They possess
great volume of stouud and thecontinua
tion of sound or sitging power ts one of
their moot market I features.-N:w -rl:k
rTnie.s. -
Waters' Concerto Organ is so voiced
as to have a tone like a full rich alto
voice. It is especially human in its tone,
powerful yet sweet.-Ri,ral ew York/r.
ce30-lm.

TRY YOUR LUCK!
We .want everybody in the United
States to see our large, eight-page literary
and family paper. -' ruL SOUvENIR," and
in order that all may judge of its merits
tor themselves, we will send it, on trial,
six months for only 50 cts., and to every
subscriber, we will send by mail, postage
prepaid, one of our Mammoth Premium
Packets containing 10 good envelopes,
10 sheets extra note paper, 1 good Pen-
holder, 1 good lead Pencil, 2 steel Penso,
1 Memorandum Book, 1 Card Photograph
of all the Presidents of the United States,
and a nice Premium of Jewelery, worth
from 25 cents to $1. Don't let this pass
you, try one package. Everyb3dy is
sure to get more goods than they ever
bought before fr" the price, and the luck-
iest get from five to ten times the value
of their mony. The paper lone is more
than worth 50 cents, and we give you
this magnificent prize extra. Remember
the paper and the Packet for only 50
cents.
Agents wanted. Address
W. M. BURROW,
P. 0. Box 58. Bristol, Tenn.

P. P. TOALE,
MANUFACTURER OF

DOORS, SASHES, BLINDS,
FLOORING, &c., 3ic.
Dealer in

Builders' Hardware
PAINTS, OILS, &e., &c.
Sole Agents for
THE NATIONAL MIXED PAINT 00.,
Great Amerioan Fire Extinguisher Co.,
PAGE MACHINE BELTING 00.
BEND FOR PRICEB.
OFFICE AND WAREROOMS,


U. S. MAIL.

It'S K S11i WETH Y LIil

OF STEAMERS FOR

OOKLAWAHA RIVER



STEAMER. OKAHUMKEE,
CAPT4 A. L. RICE,
Wilt leave Jacksonville for Silver
Spring, Lakes Griffin, ustis, Harris and
Okahumkee, every Thursday 8 a, mn
Palatka Thursday night after arrival.
of steamers Ofty Point or Dictator.
RETURNING:
Will leave Silver Spring every Satur
day morning at 10 o'clock, arriving at
Palatka Sunday morning and at Jack-
sonville Sunday night.
I. L. HART, Pro'pr Palatka, Fla.
R. J. ADAMS, Agent.
janiltz


FOR PALATKA AND SILVER SPRING!
The New and Elegant 17. S. 11fa



STEAMER TUSKA WILL,
CAPT. C. D. TAYLOR,
Will leave Palatka every Monday and
Thusrlay evenings, after the arrival of
Charlcston and Savannah steamers.
RETURNING:
Will leave Silver Spring every Sunday
and Wednesday mornings at 10 o'clock.
Connection made at Silver Spring with
stages for Ocala and Leesburg.
-S. J. BAUKNIGIIT,
decll-rtf. Proprietor.
IMPORTANT TO AGRICUL-
TURISTS.
THE BISMARCK CABBAGE.
We have received from Europe. a lim-
ited quantity of the Bismarck Cabbage
Seed which produces solid heads of cab-
bage, the size of the mouth of a flour'bar-
rel and larger. These enormous cab-
bages are raised with the most ordinary
cultivation, in any climate, and at pres-
ent prices, double the ordinary profit is
realized from their production. In trans-
planting from these seed, great care
should be used to give sufficient space
for growth. Sow as usual. A package
sent to any address, postpaid, on receipt
ot 50 cts. Three packages, $1.00. Eight
Packages $2.00. A sure cure for cab-
bage Pests and four beautiful oil chro
mos, (the Maidens Dream,) full set, sent
free with each Package.
Address B. ALEXANDER & Co. Sole U
h. agents, 8th St., opposite Cooper In-
stitute, N. Y,
W Please. tt? th iiame of thepa.-
per you saw this In. aug.98.8m,
AGENTS OUTFIT FREE!
Large Commissions and Cash Premiums
FORB SELLING A

LIBRARY OF FAMOUS FICTION,
COMPRISING TE TEN JEWELS oF
Imaginative L-ter.atre:
Pilgrim's Progress, Vicar of Wakefield,
Robinson Crusoe, Paul and Virginia,
Guiliver's Travels, Elizabeth,
Vathek, Picciola,
Unditle, Tales from Arabian Nights,
complete in ONE VOLUME of over 1,000
pages, beautifully Illustrated with 84
full-page engravings.
It is the World's Story Book, and all
want to read it. Agent's Outfit free to
all who mean business and will faithful
ly canvass. J. B. FORD & CO.,
roc3,lm. 27 Park Place, New York


FL OIDA ORANGE LAHNDS

FOR SALE
1 o0 0 ACRES of fine Wild Orange
JLV0U Grove Lands, situated on the
south side of Orange Lake, adjacent to
the celebrated Orange Groves of Jas. A.
Harris, and Bishop, Hoyt & Co., the


Nos, 20 & 22 Hayne, 33 & 35Pinokney 8ts, LARGEST ORANGE GROVES IN THE
WORLD.


FACTORY AND YARDS,
Ashly River, West End Broad St.,
CHARLESTON, S. 0.
oct2-ly.
11 ) A DAY at home. Agents want--
JL/. ed. Outfit and terms free. True
SCo., Augusta, Mine. .ov97--l-n,


" This land will be sold in 10, 20 and 40
arce lots to suit purchasers. Trrms rea-
sonable. PRICE LOW. For information
apply to JNO. F. DUNN,
je.10,ly Ocala, Fla.
A fine lot of Nevy Syrup 75 cents per
gallon at HIXLYEB'S.


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Winter Schedule of the
CHARLESTON. SAVANNAH &
FLORIDA
Steam Packet Co.
C CHANGE OFP SC E-DLJ,E.
QUICKI.Sr ROLUE TO THE NORTH.



THE STEAMER DICTATOR,
S C PT,.IN LEO VOOEL,
Will iav. Ciharleston every Tue,iay
(vt uin. .in, Saav.,ii.ith e\eryv weiunesdv,
for F er1iHlndlina, Jackzionville. Palatk.t
anti 11ii h iirrie'..liite laud ings on the it.
Johns rtier.
RETURNING,
WIi l-.ive Paintka every Thur-iday even-
in1. Jz.ck-i-on villa e viry Friday ro uiri
th tile,r Frrnanlin., -n:1mi day, arriving
,it Satan.iah an[d Charlesto.n every Sat,-
ii re ay.
THE STEAMER CITY POINT,
C.\Pr. J. W. Firzoa.erLD,
Will l-avn Charl-eston every Saturday,
- ivann.ih everrv Suniday aftarnooin, for
FLrna'ilin.i, ,Jekasonville, Pala..ka and
iiit.rmedi.ite iLa 'linic'i.
RETURNING,
Wlt lv Pahka everyGIonday even-
iriL' .J.tckk.uv-ille very Tuesday nmorin-
in.r. to itnt cth tile, Fermindini ai.me
iliy, i'irivinz !at Charleston and Savan-
i.ii :very W.r n,-iliy.
The shove -;ilnc-rs make close con-
nection with New York steamships.
Tiironiwh tickers and through hills ot
laliwi Liven to Baltimore.Philadelphia,
New York aiind ouier places by both
Tlih- e steam.-rs connect with the Flonrl-
da R. It. ai.t 'ernandlni, J.,P. &M R. R.
a' Jac:ks.invillc. Sr. .oiins R. R. for St.
A.n-J!u;tlr ;L Tocoi, with steamers at
P.hi.k.i Ior tMeli nrlle, Ent:erprise antd
th,: -- ,rper Sr Johns. Also wiLh steam-
cr lii' che Ocklxvaha river.

AGENTS:-
RAVEN EL & Co., ChIrleston.
BRAINARD & IIOBER [SON, Sav'nh
JEFFREYS, Bno.& SosN,Fernandinta.
JEFFIREYS & BRO., Jacksonville.
R. J. ADAMS. Palantka.
V0. H. BOHN, St.. Augustine.
now1&-tr.


NEW YORK AND



FERNANDINA-
STEAMSHIP LINE.'



FiRWANiTAnA, iFLA.t, March -,


XONTGOMERY,
Capt. FAIRCLOTH,


HUNTS VI;LE,
Capt. C(II>TER,

These steamer ill from New York
Pier 2, North River,
T I U R S D A Y,
and froit Ferunnnlina Ralrold 'Wharf
WEDNESDAY.
These st'amer cnnnectat Fariandfna
with the AtllutiC, G0llf & West [udia'
Transit Comrpiny'- Railroad, giving
Through Bills of Ludling
to all prrint. on that road, as well as to
points i-, Fiori'la ou the line of the Jack-
sonviile, Pena-iaol & M.,chile flalronl.
Insuranc-e etfl?'t.:. at one-hair per cent.
at the St.-an-ship C('inpany's office.
For frrlight or pa-sage apply to
BERM. GELPCKE, Agent,
15 William st., N. Y.
Or W. J. WOODWA RD,
Repre-enting CIIATER & KENGF, Agts,
novr -A-tr Fernandina. Fla.
BUILD4E FURNLSIHIN(
MILL,

Jacksonvllle, Florida

Penniiman & Co.,
3alutinf.cturers and Dmalers in
MOUL DINGS,
BRACKETS, ;
SCROLL AND : .
TURNED WORK,
ROUGH AND PLANED
LUMBER
Rtaw,,i an.l Rived.
CYPRESS SH I rNG LES,
IATH, FENCING,
FRUIT AND VEGETABLE
CRATES, &c
SEASONED LUMBER
constantly on haud1.
B L All orders promptly illed.
m'yt-O-6cn .


SEWING
I 0lMACHINES
Liberal Terms of E -
change for Second-ha4a
111 Machiues of every doo
"DOMESTIC" PAPER FASHIONS)
ThsButPattrammade. Sand 5ta.tforCataloegna
AdMiri DOMESTZ SBZWT MAOMHTE O
r oAanmz Wa=n. *- NEW fOB So..
A OENTS, the greatest chance of the
age. AIddress, with stamp, National
Copying Co., Atlanta, Ga. nov'27 Im
S& svYCnoA NCY,Oe SOU LCH ALULANG."
HO. ow ihner acx may fascinate
and gain the love and affections of' any
person they choose instantly. Thisa slm-
ple acquirement all can possess, free, by
mail for $1 25cts.; together with a Mar-
riage Guide, Egyptian Oracle, Dreamns,-
Hints to Ladies. A queer catalogue of
48-pages for 25 cents. 100,000 sold. Ad-
dress T. WILLIAMI &. CO., Publishers,
Philadlelphis. ru'jv\2.i,


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