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Marion County (Fla.)
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The East Florida banner
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048737/00007
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Title: The East Florida banner
Physical Description: v. : ; 62 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Ocala Marion County Fla
Creation Date: January 22, 1876
Publication Date: Wm. J. McGrath
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1866; ceased in 1882.
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: "Official Organ of the 5th Judicial Circuit".
General Note: Editors: J. Wiggin, <1869>; F. Harris, W. McGrath, <1870>; W. McGrath, <1871-1872>; F. Harris, <1873-1876>; J. Harris, <1874-1875>.
General Note: Publishers: S. Agnew & Co., <1869>; Harris & McGrath, <1870>; W. McGrath, <1871-1872>; F. Harris, <1873>; F.E. & J.A. Harris, <1874-1876>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 21 (Oct. 12, 1867).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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A Festival Poem-written for the Oenma
tentenn Sia gers' Urnion of New York

"iug near them, our weight of three From the .efr6et (Mich.) FrW'. ver equaled. Thp guava also is
C1rlte Of]Irida.-, larger and bter lvrdhre
n pounds would descend perpendic- imate of loida larger and better flavored here
" ularly for some distance, and, in THE EXMRIENCE OF A R^.DEIT FOR FOR- than in" the Bahamas. W9el 1e'
an instant, would be hurled up- .T.. ri, pen.in May and.are of the largest
TY NE''I'A R& .I. "- .- ... ;. ,. ,
ward in a curved line, like a bun- ., MANATEE COUNTY FLA., ... !sze.aad fine flavor. a .r-
die of chaff, many feet away. The December 78th, 75. sons from. the Northern Stages,,
locality of these spouts were also While presumably the regfqn of .pleased with our mild -cliwmaeand
I indicated by being entirely bare thP Great Lakes' is wrapped in fne fruits, are seeking locations
of grass, the ground coveredin- now and ice'the great portion of for orange groves and pleasant
stead, seemingly, with molten and Southwestern Florida' has had; residences. Both sides of ,the
Sfriosted silver, burnished in the scarce a touch of frost for two Ma.natee are being dotted with
highest degree; in reality, splen- years, Some account o(f this re- dwellings while many prefer the,
did crystalizations of lime, whole gion from one who hasi resided here lands further back.
d .shells, .particles of shells, and in- more thari thirty years may be .-EDMUND LEE, '
tnumerable diminutive flint peb- read with interest by those who .: om t- l .A.g .ultur.
bles, wonderfully polished by con- never saw a winter without snow IAKE WARE.
stant triturationr. The immense or ice. LAKE W.RE, FLA., Dec. 18, 1875
- .body of water pouring out of this It is now fory years since" the 'ED. AGaOCM, URIST-: live
basin into the river below receives writer leftthe western part of the it to be the duty of every man
' constant additions front numerous' State of New York,. bleeding at who desiresto increase the drds-
.1 1,, ft, who desires. ,to -.increase the prifs-
spoufts, found at intervals in te the lungs and barely able to walk .perity of r-Seate to ise-all- Won-.
about. .Stuppiiig a few ieks 1'n oaJemertintc~mtil
Sbed of. Vhe river, fully two miles. abot. .toppi., a weeks .in orable.,niad eindte-imgi4
from the upper lauding. Indeed, New Brunswick, New Jersey, he .to locate:irr our -midst. 0oAbt,.
it is near this point .where "the reached Savanna. Geo-g', . n. 4-ent wtvith this view,-Is end1YUu a
1, greatest depth is found, and here. early winter. After trying the few facts relative:to thicimriedi.
lso, she's, ftt from under a climate in Sout heru,Georgia a tew -ate sectria.n of the-'country. .
ledge of terraced helping rock years le was advisedlto move fur- ,Jn a large.-pine forest -of high
led g e o f te n 'a oed sh e lv ing x o ck : a L. : -n .,,, .
; body. of water, of surprising vol- other South, and h finally ocated roJing land situate .alafge -
-ame, :sweeping: everything -before' on li'e Macatee r'vei, solth of sheet of perfectly clear. watdr,:haw
Sth current ofthe riverbeing Tampa Bay, Florida, with health ing foritf cognomen"Lake Ware." t
U i+ the. current Ioff ,the river 'b eing -. ., ilf e p,- .t
exceedingly strong and rapid. Be- somwhat proved, butstill feel, Te water is remarkable for its,.
: neath 'these .-shelving rocks the breathing short and vyoicea mere purity and -softness, hand is iuwdl
monster patriarchs of the -finny squea .., br all.culinary and dririking-par- -
tribe hold full sway, 'laiing the Wi th poor health.and no funds poses .in preference to any other. '
lcality`as their especial territory. -it was to build a .ousez and There is no lover of thebea'uti-
Stcela-ita position eeof thesun t-t y .make a living .,the best 'way lhe ful. in Art and Nature but who.
rfr-action of-light causes thepale, could-he would gladly have wold be delighted here, for the
Sbluish water to show all the coloIs taught a school, buit the children scenery from all points-ofdberva-
-of ,the -.prism as ,istinct as those were few and the parents foo -poor !-tieo". is just simply nragnificedt, ,
.:6f the rabow^iand there, stoo it to pay the tuition. How hest rug- .a'ud -6 perpetual feast for the -ea
F seems aswifp tW Stoin; thirty-,fifty, or more feet aud actual war; during these years, is. neatl-y circular in' :form, a
Suwy,y .was ataallyfloating n#ar lie does not carel to bear in '"iid, measures about three 'nfies firm
the surface. Experimenting with mucb less'Telate. But no at' bdach'to.beach; to thi-s.sittaehed,
Sseveral-pins we could readily fol- tie age of'tixty-six years, lie is a an arm of'-.water two miniles lon1-g
lw them thitfhefye to the bot> stronger man than when he left :and one wide. We also have Lit-"
om, and see them resting thereI the State of Newjork forty years .tie Lake Ware, possessing about
At one position of our boat, with ago. Too old-fa.hioned to win the same dimensions as the above
I a ."c o... ,. ,a m 1 *
itsiliving freight, it was as'dis- popular favor and never aigover- 'namid. The-banks are froftiwo ,
7 tinctly photographed, even to the meant pet, he is, nevertheless, in '!t fIrty feethigih,-ia'd:fs the hand,
ygradeitilly rises a-E it sic ,as back.''
',flowers'rand ribbons on the.hats of comfortable circumstances." The grado ally rises as it slopes back,0
the ladie, as if-made and impress- old log house is still a hospitable most. desirable building l6eations
2d by aid of the camera, having shelter for his family and now and are formed."1
almost the.-appearance of life--it then a stranger from afar. The The land bordering on the lakq
aiip ost th e Toe sists of "ham m ock first a d
was motor than wonderful and few trees he planted for mere or- consists of hammock first andt
beatitiful. :, nament have borne him, several second class pine land." As to
-ed tbusundorangs andquality it will average first rate.-I
v Floating near the shore may be hundred thousand oranges, and ty hav e no scrubby palmfir attoe.-
1o.und hundreds of the shells of the are now loaded with beautiful Weha o cbby palmetto
fresh-water, snail, all- tenantless. fruit. Peach trees are putting lad, suchas I am informed isbe- 0
CrIn .od for from $25 to $100 per
They arIe much, more sombre in out blossoms and vegetable in the a1"gacr fort fro $25 to $100 per
color.;than ,their brethren of the garden are green and flourishing. acre further south. The- land
sea, quite as19 symmetrical, fully .as Th, little gmove of live oak, lemon, fonting tie lake is pretty much '
dlic te,, and very fragile.. All guava and orange trees, makes a all taken .up, but can he bought
speculation as to, the true origin cosy little retreat upon the south by actual settlers at $0 to $10 per
and source of these waters would bank of perl aps t lie most beauti- acre. That lying immediiMtely
be futile; nevertheless our idea is f|l river in Florida. The Mana- back can be entered, as it belongs ,
.theremust be a subterranean con- tee river fo;r the first ten miles ,to Uncle Sam. t
nection between them and the from the mouth is rather more Livng i the pine woods, hav- s
great inland lakes, the outlet to than a mile wide. Yessels of ten ing pure air and watergood.health i
which ]ias never beer discovered. fet draft go up at high water fix must necessarily ensue, whieh',is ji
"r .% .i ee"r t o up a gli watr six ]
Isit apys 0ct.0on' o the^tate, y miles, and during the-Indian wars really the case, for sickness is w
,fin si.holesornatranw*;a steamers w/nt up"a, "far as Fort thing scarcely. known .here. .:Pe- li
go down, then, as I have done1n Hamer. fifteen miles. The prin- pie who become sdelsewhere. g
several, we find targe rocky cav- .ipal settlement is on the south come here and ares d. d +s,
erus or-grottoes many feet below .d of ,' r r, .r The :lake is within three .miles t4
the surface, through which passes I of the C-klawaha river. Bei.g ,.
tr .... .. 'are dbilrg a goo Ot buLsiness and
a stream of water of greater or less building lots are s1l1ing from .100 near to water communication, with
voltme, A erknowon to fas'l all0pe ce o.Seea the ost ward world is a considera--
,to 40 oo r acr loto. Seerl
containing arieties of fish. Again, ,. ion that will commend itself to, k
'sound the depth of Water in the ... eat hv pchsdall., and needs no comment from o:
.. . ,l l a r g e l o t s o n w b i c h t h e y h a v e b u i l t a d D e d ^
+Ufne RCas ins or sisk-hols; by adrge btsdn good haues bandt me, and I will .only say that u,- ^
rvation ou find Ihey retain e o less we have a railroad by .the it
that certain quantity, be the sea- pttg out orange groves. time oranges comeinto bearing w
son, we' ,or dry., Certam it is, the north sid. ot the river is _he (which is confidently believed witl n
ere is subterranean connection -largest body of rich ha'mock, "i- be the case,) a tram railway vicll
.here. But I must close with the lle of it in cultivation for the lasfi b.constructed, connectingtheJqie
repetition Yhat Silver Spring, Ma- twelve years. The old cane fields, withtl ri,^ry thus "pultingf us

rdn cbu'nf;" is, .one of Florida's some .2 ares in one field' a-e pon an even nting .wah other
greatest wonders, and will richly nov most cot ed wi h second places, .
ypqay a visi,, though it be from growth'of trees, while the cru b-. We have comparatively little' '
the -extrefmity of the land. Our ling walls'a.nd broken machinery frost here, and when we do it is so
information is! pr'o hono publco, of the largest sugar mill iri Florida 4 i ,ht.tha.t the most tender veg :
not being interested-'A -(sjourner show a gloomy record of war's.do- tatfo, is unharmed. whie ip' ,
only.-,-J,!..W., in florida. 4g- ln gs. surtounding county ss.tceea-;
ricvltist: Sugar culture is now almost ry to protect everything -tat frost,
^..-. wholly laid aside and people are will injure. ..
A- .wortby old lady offers the to some extent,putting out orange Living in the genial clime o
following advice to gilIs: "When- groves, ,Three counties, Hernajn- south Marion, where the climate:
ever'a fellow pops the question, do, .illsbororghl and tap.atee, is mild And exhileri'fing, havitigt
don't bTlash and stareat o6ur fodf. are well adapted..to the orange goodfi'eaith, pdie'wat.ter 1ow
J :..thr...w your arps aroundd 1his culture. Oranges from Manaite, eep lands, being near to tGana-
IeckiJlook him full in-the face and "hve been "'.rono.. d cod .-tadton., gn in the i.jett
conoen talking about furi- none ever carried to market; f the orange regton ouS saset a
"u, ,?- n. ,la o ,.,"d t :.y "-4 idy u a.. ... rsod "
tufe." ize andd flavor they 'are' Aldo,1e4 f isif ,1 ayeasoQpi ^iabf, p''so .
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Ocala, Florida.

Will practmlcj-i" 6e State and United
States .u,!ts. janl,ly

Waken, voice of the Land's Devotienl
spirit 9f f'e- doma, awaken all!'
Ring, Ye shores, to tte Song of Ocean,
Rivers, ainrwer, and mountains,'cal
The golded day has come :
Let every, tongue be dumb,
That sounded itp malice or murmered it
Site hath won her story;
She wears her glory;
We crown he the,. Land of a Hundre
Year .
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Writ practice in the Courts of the 5th
adiclal Circuit. lanl,ly


Ocala Florida.

. Iwill continue the practice of Dentls-
try, and will be happy to walt on my cus-
totderik at any twie they', may be in. need
of my profesAlonal services. Term cash
or do utry produce. jnl ,ly

1. II-.
Out of darkness and toll and danger
Into the light of Victory's day,
Help to the weak, and home to the strain
Uger, ; .
Freedom to al-,shehathbheld.herway
Now Europe's orphanA rest
-Upun h The voices of Nations are.heard in tht
cli ers. .. ,
,Than, qhsl, C.est upon her
New love and honor,
And ct-oQy her thetQueen of -a Hundred
S Years\ -. .

North and South, we are met as broillers
IEast and Wst-, we are wedded as'one
Right f eachhar ouri other's
nhild of reach is shertaitbful sonul
We gi-i titee heart aBtd h nd,
Our glorious native Land,
For battle has t, ied the and Lime.endears:
We wilfwrite th story ..
And ke9p thy glory : ;
As pure-as ofold'for a Th6nsai rs!

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E. J. HARRIs, Proprtet"

Ocala, Florida.

Vri .plers can reach Qcalaivia Gaines-
villeop F.lorida Railroad, or on tjeamers:
via t. Jonsriver and Silver Sprhitg,

Nevw Livery Stable.

boy; t
-ly, aa
is ialmr-postd
costr butliti.ts
st. *.*..^ n.^l ,
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rl[he undersigned has just opened a
hL stable in Ocala and is prepared to
furnish .
or saddle-horses to. travelers.
He '.ill' run "a lle o6f ha~cs regularly
to, ,Silvq,-Spring this winteron the arri-
val .of Mte boats-. -He .will also be pre-
parqd -to faurnish travelers with couvey
ances to Odrange Lake, Leesburg, Gaines-
ville, Iomasaska, or
Persons 'hivi;g their horses put up at,
this st4bAe nay rest a sm-rci that t ey
will be well fed and carefully gr1iomed.

*MAtfo fol iTDoC.'80, 1875.
Wtth 'oe except ton, Mr. Edi--
.- ",',- A, i + ,
tor, 'thn,,numerops accouqnts of
"Silver Spring" idiffier- in .'aeeral
particutlaTs,'' epedaily-:1as tostze,
depth and volume *of water; all,
however, 'igre ;' to-'Itse;ct'me
beauty. tnb do)uSt,; surpasses
every other sheet-of watri-, oi the
same size, in .hidden mysteriesInil
peculil-ritles, '6on' t ins continent;
these. "just beeen to he'appic
ated.n.-Standinglon the wai atra
the head of uthti spring, youi see a
body o qf watei iia .batuirdal Iasin
of perhapsi twlo or thrVe acres in,
extent, '.urrounded on two sides
by gigantic Vrees, draped from "top
t'o. bofc-rm- witih-the long Spanlish
Boss, wbich prg again picturied
"Upon its generally .acd suirface
in the minutest, articulai. The
w triiA: .both: trangelucent iond

ie Circuit ....
kpoutyrofthe liub-
so d .imnated to
ld withut delay:
t !K.P1c.cmpelled
.or advertisement
W. awi tendered
juf afi r, That
SW 'pld the
alld :l. 4 ad-
th -rile ab that
A dVertise-
Sblished in a
afraId, as' the
rc u f.fi which the
(" ilnshed ; ad1
qW or which
S't,. requtres' the
ti.e -or adcvertise-
erst d theft, said

wl4 flkt rom,
n paf),ge.;.'.d aU
Inc'Slsteht with
! act ., and 'they

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SWill leave PtElitka every Monday and
Thursday ,evenings, after the arrival of
Charleton and Sauvannah+ steamers. :
Will leave Silver Spring evefy Suniday
ariaWednesday morning at 10 clock.
onnecion made at Silver Sprihg with
stages for Ocala and Leesburg -
:8. .J.BAUK N[I-][T,
deell-,-tf. Proprfetor.
Geo. Il. aIgr#Lham & Son,



. f-t#obe' l. -,SSamiuel
y'' i.tatak hereby re-
dpi) ANNER anr
eletmh Jpdic'al Cir-:

they promote tfl .el
Aharactor a At
sp8 ng qiL a o ,---

A Covrffirtf% '^i~teP
R.I., a f* afi aw fa
ferdict-which, t us.
Matetiilly aid .1
yel-ance' ': 9O4cisf^
oran rettfrned 'heb
emrtied 'te staid h^1^
strrtfk his @nfait leSUM
nsthtfly, Ali te "i
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hord ft- e futbhith m
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tuilty^'K~he gim^
sustained' bytIe Yi

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now;ifitw, ma it(
fr a.,y9aB fa^t^

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.ould le he he%
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,A*" ,rLt State.
1 Tallahaa a. 4y 1.2 873.

ut0 t of Florida

.COTTON FCTORS transparen; i;s th latter i ost
...', -. wonderfully's6. Testidg it s tern-
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A perftlure, *aid,d of a Fah,',reheit
SOOMMISSION, MERCHANTS, +t ermometer,lfipd it to be-8ev-:
*,' +I j :m .Ol -e e rees v llethat 'of the
Southern Wharf, Charleston, S. styi degrees, "hile that of the
outer air, at that time, was thirt.y-
ii les Baratier .hree' degrees. The1 coUd afS
SANT IOR, pher. of 1e'rning C -used.a
Laura, eczr 'Bay Streei," JackqJOn itle, Fa. dense vapor to rise so heavily as
S-- to shut. out entirely a'view 6f.the
Always on hand it splendid assortment t i m, .+
of Domestic and Foreign Cassitueres and opposite shore. The irregilar slfr-
Cloths, Iom whibh an order can bese- fade of the-bottomof the spring,
lected.. .'
CUTTING, CLEANING AND REPAIRING excepling in the immediate locali-
ty of tlhe numerous .spouts, is
.done with neatness and dispatch -
Country orders receive .prompt atten, covered, in de.se masses, with a
ten. mar27--1.v. most beauttifult fringed grass, of
A. B3. H UTJSSEY, several shades of -green, in length
PIrIIA/ PfMI_InM vuu'rf, m ten to twIity-five feet,. and
GENERAL -COMMIlSSION MERCHANT. f..' te". .t ..I-fye eetan
gi'acefullv' fuating 'upwards to-
.N D D E A L E R IN .. .. : '0 0 '
wards the surface- Adhering to
!CD I -AD PROVISIONS, its tryv branches are thousands of
Reed's Block, Bay-St., Three Doo.-s West o shells of the periwinkle, in size
thoe Market, from a pea, tq..qwt of.a pin head, all
Jacksounville, Florida. teeVing .thccupants.-. ThrVugh
". .
'' SE~m S these mfr.asft of- _&ass re; lanes',
Bacon, Flour, Butter, Cheeste, C(ree,. cha.p-l-s ,i4n ods';'[idQ1S taCas 8
Apples. Irish Potatoes, &c. .. a. r" ,*,f, of. ma ,
: tg .-f rth, |+injounu m mea~l, ns't of. ma~ny
'P-'W.ALTER, 'N. .PR.\K, ." ".' .... S .-T .* '." "; *'' "
vALT R, L. ALT. Yrietie. d,. size ,to: be seen in
:-.:wa a i r .L d. -all.. ' '
S..... every dirkction.--strange,to say all
p C A T'E"6-v4'-.
i,'* ,-- ro liv flg i, perfect -harmohy, for 'bot
.WTrr . hah e er been seen to'interkf're
,: ... C' .- or 'distuPb.' his neghbor; fry to
S. I car:.1, "' 'p B u. d catch thebm with a hp'ok pind they
6Cor. Howard-St., Bait." 1. .
4' isdao,-thel bait,. looking upon it
,;'." A .0 .. c.TCR sB .., h.ntmp.,.Although.at tbe

'X O .ia'l G^ vatiouelept-i&'of Tirwenty, Pixty,
, ~ ~ U X. G,.,"',:r
o...: .- ,,. -- br i lit f,'ei, tetqfd by'icti al
x.:r..+. .t.Cl i .ArD.JD^SK s rtl .-'. a,-.' r, 4 --,'..... "iA
^ .... ,. ,n .I.... ,., measurement. 'e ,epul readitF

S,8 C.q ,"sC perpel ;eig ear ,'9 Over t he
on a dlpd V ie.. a ple p r yv
S, 1 tree. Address ,ppllig. wavymidtih 'of the .wa-
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Appointment of the Florida Con- NEWV AD VER TISEMENTS.
ference, M. E. Church, South. A b.S'Hl
The following are the appoint- Notice
ments for 1876 made at the re- .
cent session of the Florida Con- .who have14their pose'
ference, at Qqincy, by Bishop of any kihd.OMMIN-oer
Wt .he estate of-thetat
W ightman: to, turn, ov '' e same to a .e.'i.. .""
8. WOODBERRY, Presiding Elder. tr-to de ots no said est te,o,
Tallabassee-J. B. Fitzpatrick. wise they will be proceeded agalnsat-in bch theteoI n-
Crawlordville-W. E. CollinB. cording to law.
<*~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~~F N.~ FOYX v^, '*****ji,. against isatd p-e'r lJil~r" **
GUdsden-W. F. Norton. Administi'ator detbon M -ton, ir. wti *t m ofio b
Liberty-Supplied by W. Tay- Jan. 22nd, 1876. -. ". .. t ", 'P.- N
lor. C.CLA RK
AT..R. A- ..vr
Waueennih'R. H Howren ': : : w. tA.e.:ctBld ....
Quincy-U. E. Dowman. f A ,iia
Leon-E. L. T. Blake. oUMTEV.LL.UTER CO- %A.,^"" ^
SU ,MR WLLa, 6. MU TE LCo-.. P p e .
W.,uticello- J. P. D ,.P .'88. acres; .48. .00'
Lit e Riv r T IJ. P iiDs win practice in. all the Courts of the- ^ : -*c.s s'
Litle Kiver-- J.Pilips. Filth. Judicial Circuit. jan8'76.tf. "L:l.B"
Uri,,n-W. G. Booth. Head&
u cklocknee--To be supplied. TA.lKE'i. bers"
Apalichicula-Supplied by 8. egI1MMNS IVE RULTR- ..
A. To-Ser. SIMMONS' LIVER REGUL OR. lt u ankno ;e 1
LIVE OAK DISTRICT. For all Diseases of the Live Pa t paunkuo*4.i-.
A. PEELER, Presiding Elder. Stomach at {Sp.?Cent grit;ntoWn ipl3,.> |
Live Oak-M. M. Michau. Malarious Fevers, Bowl complaints, BaaIdwin, Jatnmaeo; 0 f
Welburn-E J. Knilght. Dyspepsia, Mental Depression, Re1stless- ,S. Ocala; f5 iQ. S. .. ,
Lake City-H. E. Partridg. ness, Jauhdlice, Nauns a, Sick Headache, aparti-thknOwa,.otM l
ae ,- arlrit. g colic, Costipatioaand M fiosmn. e ofe se. 8, toewns p Sjt
oliumnihia-S. E. Phillips. It is eminentlvya Family.Medicine.aud n of- Wi .'of.eod 6 18 4,
Newuausville-J. J. Se-fly. ,v being kept ready for iumediatpteB4ort, 20,.and-,.w:. l,."*
%vidi .ave many an hour of sufferhiir and 14, r 02""..: "T"
Jasper-J. M. Hendry. a",aadollarinaien r dutor- 1 14 ,ra id 0- t,.
Lakd Duttil-R, A,. UEilzey. Alter Forty Years trial it is' il'--re- artt" n it llelBs.
Bronson-E. B. DOttcanr. culvug tLe most, unqualified testimonials and e i or n W.t l I .l^ "
in T ,.- B tof its virtues, fromin persons of the high- aun. 8 of d '1, and Wf
rtuU-T B. Barnet. est character and respQnsalbility. .1i- ? townhl,,15 n e,
Madisuiio-E. n. Tyner. nent physicians coinmend-it ai the ntSt Partjleg ea.klged. o.
Moseiey Hall-W. M. Watts. EFFECTUAL 8PECIFIC s.g l a .
L a F ay es te .. o ad", es;'- , .' :'
.La Faye -Ote- for OGnstipatiou, Hqpaohe, Pain inm,te .-ar'" '7 3i
6t. Marys-Supplied by W. Shoulders, Dizziu'e, Sour nimache, C"o
Hampton. bad tast in the mouth, billous attacks, jans8-td. Ga i
Palpitations of the Heart, Pain in the .. .
JACKSONVILLE DISTRICT. region of the Kidneys, despondenbe, 1
F. PASCO, Presiding Elder. gloom and foreoodings of evil, all of O '
Jacksonville-H. B. Frazee. which are the offspring of a diseased Liv- J. A^O^^.:.-.
Lac nlla e--uplied by r.ee .er. By virtuep of, ,ex
itVila-Supplied by W. The Liver, the largest organ of the conntQy oufi
Swift. in the body is generally the seat Florida, and to. .oe :dieed :"
Fernandina-W. 8. Byrd. of the disease, and if not Regu- Benjamin Wyamn..aas 1 V .r..J.
lated in time, great suffering, M. 'riper, Adimnsatrorofi,tb. i .,
Nassau--W. Davies. wcnte,'fra iMM. rtp ii
Nassau-W. Davies. wretchedness, and Death will Martin Grlner'deedn .4 "
Mandarin-To be supplied by ensue, have levied upon itadW* i lf. .
IJ you feel Dull, Drowsy, De- before the C.urt House doo I -
J e. mbilitated, have frequent Head- of Ocalp, on '-the first MoidX '
St. Augustine-To be usuplied. ach, Mouth Tastes badly, poor ar, A. D .876, bet'eeetb SI
Ocklawaha-T. W. Tomkins. Appetite and Tongue Coated; ol sale, to the hlighestdiUdder'dr p
Mellonville-J. H. Johnson. you are sufferiLg fm Torpid following les-ribed properNit -
,_ ,. ,. 'iLiver or.Bihiousuess, and neth- j _t.^n n ji r l -'uj iui '
Cross Prairie-Supplied by J. ger woBill cure s and speedily aod ao'se t6i1andWo4,
Sansberry. permanently. s e an d i W -i
Fort Mason-Supplied by A.-I vewverse -riedsch a sims- I of s e on aV'.
Fort Masn--Suppled by A.ple, efficacious, satisfactory and pleasant nd uOwsetnoswi)gglTlO '
Holcomb. relnely inmy l'e," -H. Hainer, St. Louis, andnw 4, ranS -;a8SwdA
Indian River-A. A. Barnett. f,. _ow o4,-rASS1Tlge-r411 *6'f
Middleburg-J. A. Collier. Hon. Alex., H Stephens. lion2 p, ands e Iofftetlfi*? .
Green Cove-T. W. Moore. -1 occasionally use, when my condi- n e i of section 12, toWslfifp
Palatka-M. F. McCook. tion requires it, Dr.Sinmmons'Liver Reg 21; naso, the:t l sWotf.
ul-ttor, with good effect. --loa. Alex H. township'14,ftne 4E Vf
Ocala-G. C. Leavel. Stephens. -more or less, -
Orange-.-O W. Ransom. Governor of Alabamy. cLevied upon .to '. atlsfy t e- i
cution. -W.-.J. X O I1P ''
OrangeLake-J. .Ley. "Your Regulator has been in use in abrtf! .oio* Doi
GaineOsville-H. F. PhillipS. my family for some time, and I am per- janl--tJ.d. '
Micanopy-R. H. Barnett. suaded it is valuable addition to the-- _. ,L'
Waldo-. D. Gen try. ined cal science."-Goo. J. Uill Shorter, 5A t< .
Wardo--R. D. Gentry. Ala,. t2 ---O0 "'
Fruitland-D. W. Core. i have used the Reaulator in my fam- UMTE A .
TAMPA DISTRICT. ilv for the past seventeen years. 1 can BY virtue of xt eeetitton f i
sf. sely recommend it to the world as the of the Circuit CoUtt fbethi`t "
A. A. ROBINSON, Presiding Elder. best medicine I have ever used for that Circuit of Ploridn, .bo Sin 18 1r
Tarmpa; J. A. Casteel. class of diseases it purports to cure."- and to me directed,.. hT .It
I'mp F J. Thigpen. and will ofter tor sal betpe
Key West, First Charge; C. A. President of.City Bn k. House dor In the town of L0r
Fulwood .. a Monday, the 3rd day Al "f aryT^B
F.uiwoou. _'"Simmons' Liver Regulator has proved 1875, the following tiesc ,-,eu
Key West, Spark's Chapel; W. agoodandaieaci us mdicine."--C'.A. towit:
B. Johnson. Yutting. The fractional eaet I of l.b
Key West, Cuban Mission; C. Druggists. section 9, and west 'of t, .
A. Fulwood, Superintendent. "We have been acquainted with Dr sects10, ondw t l' o f-
Aldfia; E. H. Giles. Simmons' Lver Medicine for more than the town of Adawsville, and lot o, l
o tei 0. Eady. twi nty years, an(] know it to be the best bl ock 33, and fraetioalotsIOUNr. I a-udt
Surntet; O. Eady. Liver Regulator offered to the public "- 0d s
Clear Water; Supplied by J. M. R. Lyon and H. L. Lyon Biliefontaine,anblo adl8 let.
Sn mtervi/e
W. Wells. oa. Levied uomti ~
-p elf MI was cured by Simmons'Liver Reg- W.evd to ast' -a p
Fort Myers; Robert Martin uator, after haviuguffered several years Ca ady tsats v a
Manatee; W. H. F. Robards. with Chills and v r:-B. F. Aftdcr- Tdao anstov~r e th -
Manatee Mission; To be sup- son. Thi MATTH-sEW W: "
plied. The Clergy. Sheriff aumber co*, "
Bartow; W. C. Jourdan; 8. W. "My wife and self have used the Rcgu- dec4--td.
lator for years, and testify to Its great The above sale IB-postponethsati the
Carson, Supernumerary. virtues."--Reo. J. 2. Fielder, Perry, Ga. first Monday in Februaty. 7 ...
Pease Creek; J. W. Mitchell. Ladies Endorsement. MATTLHEW^2V^ I^
Crystal River; E. A. Mitchell. "I hav given your medicine a thorough Jan8-tdd. =
Brooksville; J. D. Rogers, trial, and in no case has it sailed to give ....
Withlacoochee; To be supplied, full satisfaction "--E1en Meacham, chat- SHEgigIFg gALB
,r,. th ooche, Fa. ...... -
DEMOCRATIC STATE" CONVEN- Profe8monaL E.Ot ..... "
TION.-The Democratic Conven- o aelai meperice uhe of ve o .ta e trnt-i .
tion for the purpose of nominating am, satisfld to use and prescribe it Circuit of Florida, for Stetr
State officers, and electors for the as purgative medicine."-Dr. J. W. Ma- and to me directed, [ biiree'.t^ S -
and will offer for eM ^befeSe tIM .
State and National campaigns, ,on. Honse door in t. town ofnOIboaw .
will assemble at Quincy, on the M. E. Florida Conference. Monday. the 8rd day of Janwary, A. ,.
third Wednesday of next June. "I have need Dr. Simmons' Liver Reg- 1876, the following deserted
,. -, ulster in my family for Dyspepsia and to-wit: .'.-:--_. :'-
ASik IHleadache, aid regard it au inva]- T.northeast 00tIaq .9 t
A'GOoD HIT.-This is a fair hit nabl remedy. It has not failed to eive I oKuthest_ se 19, and CT<.t.g

att the J]diana Senator, from the relief in any iustance."-RPe. W. F. Ea- SCtwest ,of see St noed". _
-87.p Septrurling- nortw-west A saoteto
Cincinnati Eiq ure-r: Sector ri- nort^s isa ea to
Morton is still of the opinRin that Prent Ogl trpe dfe. southwest, of nortd o
there i re.f terro' ,hre- Simmons Liver Re.gulatorisa certamin- orf northwest I sandti
there is a 'reign of terror w.re- lVa .specific for that class of complaints west. of.see 18,and .Miad w ever the Republicans do not carry whihf I t claims to cure."--Rev. David southwest i of are 7, al.o40
the elections. And some people wMa. soth of range :9" '- sess
say there is a 'reign of terror' af. No InTANt or A FAILURe o RKConD. "Kvied 1
ter they have carried 'em." Wtn lmmons i 'w er Regulatcr hasW a A cst e
'favor Wuil~nlam 01A, 40 C. .
_= ,= *b een 'p ro perly taken.s. T 2em b e o t "--
BDE. HILL.'8 SBE.,--Mr J. H. ZEILIN & Cu., ProprihtarA W MATTrEFk ,
Hill, of Ga., made a powerful Notice. do -td.
speech in the House on the ll1th, In O ruit OrWN ,5th Jud.'.,al ove T1etmesabele in a "d
in reply to Blaine and wound up ofF oridaS er oun. A Mi.t .--w-.
by saying: Sherwif Seamr c . 1W."
And of all the atrocities, both X osA JACa--4.-.
at Andersonville and Elmira, the JA3S J.O.N. -T"ono'
Confederate Government stands complalusut, -., OT-T^m.
acquitted from all responsibility A. Aus lpa r e ?ttS il fc B
WO WILSON W. CASSIDT the e,&te of sJaL _V i" U.A .l ,
and blame; but the South is here, aud others, Detndants. of M"Im, .eafe o ,:"
and intends'to remain. (Enthusias-TT APPEARING by affidavit thA the tare herq n o n to
tic demonstrations'ontheDemocra- 1 defendants, William H. Ohafee and medly*E -
tic side and in the galleries) let fa- o as S. Breofathe r of _.
liam H C hiall ee & C o., and A rchlhalq 8 ., -arre -d .- :mA; ,-" .,-
naticism do its worst; let it pass ito Johnston, AbramJ. Crewsand Archibald.a '
nullifying acts; trample on the 8. J. Perry, or the firm of Johnston, -. ^x^.
Crews & Co., re-:Jde withouptthe Uiits -.'* -^"' S.-i'l';
Constitution; abrogate the pledges .r e it udrAal irceo th0 ate 't0o1
of the father; incite raids on oui' of FlHida, and alsowft tte -' ae4athel, m";it
people; multiply infidelities until of said State, so that ordinary procem ss "OTK ".
cannot be served upon tihes;... I ..
they shall be like the stars in nnot e servedNoourtd T the sa.d :
tney snail oeli~e tne stIr i s ihef~re Ordeqo That the said I*\\:}11jii )j
heaven, or the sands of the sea- defendants do appear, answer, plead or ofS W.
shore, without number; but know demur to the bl filed in said suiaotj-- 0
this, that for all -your iniquitiesae thesame shtofl be taen e .
V1e South will never again seek a it farther Ore e e&jO --b this a remedy in the madness of anoth- be published for four months i6the East d'Flo
er secession. (Renewed applause.) TB H. ., .. --
We are here-we in our father's (. M. T. Smpix e, house-our brothers are our comr- 4
panionf, and we are at' home, know r firl Ie-
thank 'God. (Enthusiastic ap- Edged Goshen Butter 1x nd aB
pausee) ow.

parently prove the correctness of
the hypothesis, but there are so
many stumbling blocks, so many
difficulties to surmount, that we
will never reach the beginning.
Amongst all the theories, Mr.
Hopkins' theory, if true, is the
only one that can or ever will be
One single look at the map of
our earth will show the possibility
of the correctness of MT. Hopkin's
hypothesis. The South pole we
find very nearly encircled by land
If we imagine that circle of land
moving slowly towards the equa-
tor, and followed for a certain
period by adhering land, the circle
of land must be rent asunder
when nearing the equator, or when
coming into greater circles, and
must close again when approach-
ing the North pole. Should that
movement not be constant and
gradual, but periodical and forci-
ble, the effects of rending and
closing will be the same. I have
read of an occurrence of an exten-
sive rent in the earth's surface,
and of a forcing between the two
parts of the adjoining land during
an earthquake in the State of Za-
lisco, Mexico, in the last century.
Land, the property of. one man
was parted and his neighbor's land
forcibly inserted in the shape of a
wedge. Trees, which were plant-
ed in straight lines, were dislodged
and grow now in curved lines. Al-
exander von Humboldt mentions
this occurrence also.
This rending and shifting of the
earth's surface was ofa local na-
ture but it could justas well occur
upon a larger scale around an en-
tire circle of latitude. Do not
the form of our earth's continent
favor Mr. Hopkins' theory?
In the Northern hemisphere we
find the land compact; in the
South more ragged and torn asun-
All terra firma ends in sharp
points towards the South and all
peninsulas upon the Northern as
well as upon the Southern hem-
isphere run with their points from
North to South.
If Mr. Hopkins' rate of
movement is taken as a standard,
one spot of earth will reach from
the South to the North pole in
32,400 years; and should that
movement be gradual and con-
stant, the observations of latitude
on one and the same spot for one
century will show the increasing
difference of latitude at that spot.
Should, on the contrary, this
movement be periodical and forci-
ble, the devastations caused by
this terrifying phenomena would
throw forcibly the surviving in-
habitants of our earth back into a
state of barbarity. The deluge,
or, better to say, deluges, (as geo-
logy is able to prove, with dis-
tinctness, seven of them,) may be
ascribed to forcible movements of
our earth's surface, and favor as
much Hopkins' as any other theo-

Supposing the crystalline struc-
ture of our earth's surface origi-
nates at the South pole and moves,
undergoing different changes, to-
wards the North pole, the ques-

tion arises: what becomes then of
the surface? Only one answer is
possible-it must sink back into
the interior of the earth. That
during earthquakes hearings and
sinkings occur, is known, and of
frequent oocurence, but to what
extent or depth those sinkings ex-
tend is unknown.
All substances, organic and in-
organic, upon the earth's surface
have an origin, a beginning, or-a
birth, with reference to their forms,
as the atoms, out of which they
are composed are eternal: by the
medium of nourishment they are
developed, attain a culminating
point in their development, die,
decay and sink back to the grave
to serve as nourishment for future
Can not the solid structure of
our earth's surface be governed by
the same law? Be born-die-
and return to its former grave,
the interior of the earth, and serve
again for the formatiop of other
continents? It is the constant,
the eternal, change of matter.
Have earthquakes and volcanic
eruptions abated since the earliest
records? Nol They are of the
same frequency and probably of
the same severity as they were
ages ago. :
L 2o be concluded in our nart.j

-g ,ponthese lands settlers will be volcanic revolutions, its present
W :ee from the annoyances of moe- form. Some European savans
Squitoes and other insects. (who, by the by, never passed the
'\ ..As regards politics we are still threshold of their studies) account
1"'M' 4 lki b throtigh a glass darkly, for the singularity of the Austra-
l ; *b Jh< ttbove is a brief outline of lian animal and vegetable king-
Mkr "t proseent material condition as-doms in the following manner:
or old contrasted with our condition of Granted, one of the before men-
plan- five years ago, and the return of tioned theories is true, the solid
e mot our "waykard citizens" to their structure of the earth's surface
Stmo ."first love"*and their manly de- was formed at once, or anyhow
of the
termination to reclaim their aban- during the lapse of a few hundred
onty, downed estates is to us the surest or thousand years, (which are in-
tii indiaaflo6ff the -changed coidi- significant as regards eternity), and
tioli in our affairs and the most after the %eparation of the water
o hopeful sign of that "good time from the dry land, the continents
S com1 oig." were formed in their present shape,
0 .r We greet them back as prodigal and underwent only differentchan-
.Th "dWdren and in oun#joy will kill. gas through the action of fire, wa-
n the fatted calf to celebrate their ter and atmosphere.
0* return to their'father's house, and These gentlemen let all the con-
I com- we' here express the hope that tinents pass through different
r finest however dark and hopeless the chronological developments until
to ruin political skies may appear in the y ain heir present perfec-
they attain their present perfec-
wed for .futhre. that nothing will again tion, except poor Australia, which
,: drive them from it. they treat like a step-child. At
raii.. t T* first it advanced in its development
kPanbc [Written for THmcE BAiTOBB. ,, 1
a /ni HrOttn frS T BmaOFA Z nOL E. with the other continents, but all
jl. f --- at once it comes to a stand-still,
.oMBEr.R -OUR--MBF FIRST. and retains its primitive form, or
asking "
i eg Movement of the crystal Formation makes but very little progress in
of out larth's Su rface from South higher development. Can it ever
4: toe to Not
r0te to North, be imagined that Nature, our
lottet b,, 'dfor qf U Bann*:. most careful mother, should com-
S -:..- The subject of -the present essay mit such an injustice? Never!l
It bl .is part ofk:a lecture which I deliv- Australia, and not only Australia,
I40on eted afew years ago in other parts but all continents and islands in
U, ofe-Wr ,TUnion, and as the theory the Southern hemisphere, appear
ade., which it contains is comparatively to be of a later origin. Before at-
this new and little-known, I am under tempting to prove and demonstrate
t.di- he impression that its perusal this assertion, I take the liberty of
dfor will be of interest to the readers of introducing, as I mentioned be-
,,te -Tbi BANNER. fore, a not generally known theory.
ion' of Althodgh any continent on the During my sojourn in Austra-
ye s& ,Souotlrdihemisphere would serve lia I read in a London periodical
was to prove the correctness of the one, to me then unknown and as-
Wgfe- theory which I will endeavor to tonishing article, which I copied
Stead advocate, I choose Australia, or for its novelty: Leisure Hour, vol.
Me ex- New Hoiland, the largest island V. No. 226, p. 272:
)other .upon .our globe. First, because CONNECTION OF GEOLOOGY wr- TE.-
ised-in i4 is separated from other conti- RESTRIAL MAGNETISM.-Mr. Hopkins,
W f .by wte by. water. Second, because (formerly President of the Geological So.
SI .b ciety of London, and a theoretical and
each, it contains more striking peculiar- practical geologist, who Is entirely op
mies than S-outh Africa, or *outh posed to the Igneous or Plutonic theory,
61 *es taan South Africa, or gouth and warns his readers not to look at the
" merica, .and both of the latter stiataof the earth through "red specta-
*3i cles," but to admit a little more "soda
OnI connected by land with the water," having a cooler and more quiet
;laddS.: Torthern hemisphere, agency in the globe than fire into their
a speculations as to the formation of the
A in"- .To able me to account for the crystalline structure of our terra firma,)
WeWWe,; .strange and singular aspect of the maintains that: "The slow operations
.-.rn e a'"n*u ataspof that power which we rail terrestrial
Iff inat.mineral and vegetable kingdom magnetism, accounts for all the changes
4 Ote i ofs observed on the, surface of the earth, in
as. o -of .f.Australia, the most interesting the structure, comiinationsand relations
countryy upon earth, I have to in- of the crystalline and sedementary rocks,
"1 Individually and collectively. This theo-
rlobs trodece a not generally known ryheendeavorstoproveand demonstrate
1d4 we hhypothesis: Mr. Hopkina' theory by the gen ral principles of the polarity
of matter, the ascertained meridional
'elands of,the movement of the solid btrue- structure of the crystalline rocks, the
ifd' t"We 'tore of the earth's surface from distribution of the metaliiferods deposits,
S r o e and other physical acts and phenomena.
bounty South to North. The fact of the general meridional struck
utihern Before setting foot upon the ture of the crystalline rocks, or their be-
ing found, wherever exposed on edge
,V hen virgin soil of beautiful Australia bearing South,and North is pretty close-
ln i ,' w T u ill n ion t v w i ly established, aud Mr. Hopkins adds.
4ning I will mention the voyages which from his own observations, additional
e State.1l have performed anterior to my proofs of the extent, to which this forms-
*e -b aria at Melor ne t1 sho that tion prevails o er the surface of the globe.
e been arrival.at Melbourne, to show that The phenomena of the tides are also as-
e.mar- -I was already an experienced tray- crlbed by Mr. Hopkins to the laws of
polarity. The extent and formation of
5 per eler,,who has seen different parts sedimentary deposits is also referred to
d ny- of our earth's surface in different the same force, the. action in this case
487 being, of course, vastly less perceptible
y .at.a latitudes, and who is-not so apt than in the oceanic currents.
.But the most startling part of the
on the .to be surprised with the novelty theory is that which affirms that the solid
eand- vand .strange aspect of a country he structure of the earth's surface is also, by
-- the same influence, perpetually, though
P -aee, IS visiting for the first time. slowly. moving from the South ai the North;
ait anyr : hatve travetledt through at great this being represented as affo~rdihg the
- y only solution to problems which .hare
.ty 4l. portion of Europe. I made a puzzled geologists and astronomers. The
rate of the meridional progression is es-
,rirg- journey on' foot from New York to timated as high as one minute in three
Ware Charleston, from there by rail to years, or one degree in one hundred and
.,. j eighty years.
i undo- -Montgomery, then by steamer to supposing this rate of movement con-
fc-as a Mobile and -New Orleans. At stant, the spot on which London stands
STmust have been in the equator about
e lands Veia Cruz, in Mexico, I entered 9,180 years agoe and the whole of England

7 and. for the firtl the tropical lati- wllbe wthin the Arctic circle in about
2,800 years hence. This may be explained
ip.old. tude; traVe tm there on.foot by the phenomena of organic remains of
s .. to the Ci.ty f Mexico, and then t plants, which must have lived and died
S. 0 e y 0. oXICO, a n e n the spot where they are found, though
.earre; ;Acaoulco. I went afterwards to the climate now around them is utterly
Sn unfit for their existence. Thus, also, may
tut-iful aolifornia, visited China, Smga- be explained the altered position of stars
1',over:,per& and Java; *. since the period of the earliest authentic
\ -, -records of astronomers. Instead of the
6e above -mentioned travels precession of the equinoxes, or the bodily
b-sh that I have traversed not oscillation of the globe, Mr. Hopkins
-emaintains that 'a slow but steady move-
to nlyIdifferentcountries, but differ- meant of the crystalline surface of the
no t continents and in different lat- ll the phenomena."'
i"-!?-,A "tudds. "- I have. seen. different na-
tdes I ave seen different na- These are the exact words which
it o itio andI different animals, and a copied from the before mentioned
;:t ;iera.vagetaiod. I was enchant- -ma
7.: 6ii-1gt 1i I was enchant- periodical, and I have to remark
ahta with1 the beauty of the tropical that it is stated "that when Caesar
iO = ri-imhitv forests, butI was over- invaded Britain 1,925 years ago
!f. h "elmd with astonishment on the site of the city of London was
- my Ifirst travels through Australia. in latitude 40 degrees 30 minutes,
foafin 'other continents animals and and therefore in a climate corres-
Aipi lants belonging to the same fam- ponding to that of Portugal. At
Ff etas'rettiun a resemblance to each that time the grape-vine was flour-
.-. othe a bit.the Australian'animals fishing there; whereas, we now
v i ':p.iaD show that theyf are not know that the latitude of Green-
related4. the species in other con- which is 51 degrees, 28 minutes and
,-tinektit ul. tha) they are a differ- 38 seconds."
a : crea o and ata t the are a Mr. Hopkins' theory, like all
,. I -, '" 11- ,*' ..., : .. .
e..L-, reati m other theories in regard to the ori-
;04ft P. h ic tie tepthe nic, L gin of the earth, is only based upon
-cfOther-teories, endeav- hypothesis. By careful examina-
W, ""':"'.nd' iove the rigin tions and afialyses of causes and
.4 er/Inal-these'theories ects, by close observations of
p-'^^rae, -whether cov- tie workings of nature, supported
t r not, was formed by physical experiments, we may
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In Circuit Court,
For the Fifth Judicial Circuit of Fl
ida, Marion county.
Bill for partition of lands.

Notice to Tax-Payers of Ocala.

Notice is hereby given to the Tax-
Payers of the town of Ocala, that the
Tax Bookp will beclosed on the first diay
of February next, and legal steps will be
taken with all defaulters.
janS23-tf Collector.


Speculation in Cotton. Martha C. Caldwell, Joeph Oaldwell,
James J. Caldwell, John C. S. Brown,
$10, $100 and upwardF often pays larely. W.M. Greer aT Nancy, his wife;Joseph
For full particulars, address SCHER- C. Coffield and Eva E., his wife; Le-
MERHORN & Co., Cotton Brokers, 99 gin and MAedora, his wife; P S. Brooks
Market Slip, New York. ju22--lm. and Henrietta, his wife; George Laneand
Jane, his wife; Abraham bleigh and
SHERIFF'S SALE. Amelia, his wife; James C. Boozer and
-- William McMlorris.
MARION COUNTY. Bill for partition of certain tracts of
... VTTof.. land being and situate in said county
Y VMITUETOfsu.kiryiexecutionst*o i. and State, and more particularly descrb
directed, wh-rein Michael C'arrol ed as follows, to-wit:
is Plaintiff and Abuer H. McCormick is -- '
Defendant, and Robert Erwin is Plaintiff The northeast quarter of northwest
v8. the same Defendant, and Mairtha quarter and northwest quarter of north-
Stewart, Administratrix, is Plaintiff wr. west of northwest quarter of section 9,
the same Defendant, I have levied upon township 15, range 20, .containing 240
and will sell before the Court House door acres, more or less.
in the town of Ocala,ou Monday, the7th Lot 1 of section,17, township 15, range
day of Febru ry, 1876, the followin- 22, containing 79 acres, more or less.
described property, to-wit:M The southeast quarter of southeast
That parcel of land beinig at the quarter and northeast quarter of section-
southeast corner of section 24 8, township 15, range 22, containing 200
southeast corner of section 24, township acres, more or less.
12, range 21 bat, running north 20 chains, Te. o'ths mo roless r
thence west-0 chains, thence north 60 The southeast quarter of southwest
chains, thence west 40 chains, thence andr or section h. township we, range
south .0 chains, then.e south 45 degrees 2, anctd nort nhl, of northwest quarter
cast 56 chains aund 57 links, thence east, section 10, towns 15, range 23, and
10 ains, thence south 4- chaiuus, thence east half of northeast quarter of section
a 10 c.hans, thence north 20 chains, 9 toWDShip 15, range 23, the same con
asthence west 60 chains, thence north 40 chainsaintug 157 acres, more or less.
thence west 60 chains, thence north 40 The southwest t a.- Z"-o.orthwest
Tne southwest quarter of northwest,
chains to the place of beginning. quarter of section 9, township 15, range
ALSO: 22, containing 37 acres, more or less.
The southwest quarter and west half The east half of northwest quarter of
of northwest quarter, and the southeast section 6, township 15, range23, contain-
quarter of northwest quarter, and north- ing 79 acres, more or less.
east quarter of northwest quarter of sec- The east half of southeast quarter of
tion 35, township 12, range 'l1, 317 acres; section 25, township 15, range 23, and
and southwest quarter of northwest north half of northeast quarter and east
quarter of section 9, township 19, rage half of northwest quarter and-south half
21, 40 acres; and lots 1 and 2 of section of southeast quarter of section 35, town-
19, township 12, range 21, 90 acres; and ship 15, range23, and north half of north-
west half of northeast quarter, and west east quarter and north half of northwest
half of southeast quarter of section 28, quarter and southwest quarter of south-
township 12, range 21, 160 acres; and east quarter of section 36, township 15,
northeast quarterof north west quarter of range 23, containing 591 acres, more or
section 23, township 17, range 19, 40 less.
acres; all situated in the aforesaid county The east half of northeast quarter of
and State of Florida. section 18, township 15, range 22, con-
Levied upon and to be sold as the prop- tailing 80 acres, more or less.
erty of the Defendant in saia executions. The west half of southeast quarter and
Terms ,.ash. east hall of south.-ast quarter of section
Postponed from last sale day 9, township ge 23, containing 118
W. J McGRATH,' acres, more or less.
jau8-td.5t. Sheriff. The north half of southwest quarter of
section 10, township 15, range 28, con
Sheriff's Sale. tanning 80 eacrei, more or loses.
The southeast quarter of northwest
31ARION COUNTY, quarter and northwest quarter of north-
By %irtue of the authority vested In ww st quarter of section 8, township 15,
tueo he a t e range'22, containing 78 acres, nure or
ine by a Decree or Judgment of Forern- less.
closure and sale rendered the 830th day of The southeast quarter of southwest
arch, A. D., 187u2. in a cause pending quarter of section 4, township 16, range
In the Circuit, Court of the 5th Judicial 23, containing 39 acres, more or less.
Circuit of Florida, in and for thescounty The orth half o0 seon8, ownship
of arin, heeinSamelA. wan,.The north half of s~etion 8, township t
or Mlariou, wherein S~imuel A. Swann,* 13, range 213, containing 320 acres, niore
Trustee, was a Complainant, and the or less.M.t 3s
Florida Railroad Company i, Defendant, Lot in the town of Ocala, numbered
I will offer foir sale and sell at public and described on the maps and surveys a
outcry, in front of the Cotrrt House door thereof as east half of block 57.
'i the town of Ocala, county antdState Upon reading and filing the above bill
a oresaid., 1othe first h Monday in Febru- for a partition of said lands, and after
a't, A. D., 1,_76, being the first clay of due consideration thereof by tn fCourt,
said month, the roadway, depots, sta-
tions. f:, 'nchises: and equipments, and It is Ordered, That the said defendlants
all the right title, interest, possession or plead, answer or d(lemur to the said hill
equity of redemption of the said Defeud- on or before the Rule Day in January,
ants of, lu, or to the roadway, depots, A. D., 1876, to-wit: The first Monday in
stations, franchises and equipment, anI January, A. D., 1876; and if by that time
all other rights and interest thereto be- uo answer, plea or demurer is filed by I
longing between Waldo, (the Cedar Keys them as aforesaid, then and in that case
unction,) and southward in the direc- a decide pro confesso will be entered by 1
tion of Tampa Bay and known as the the Court. t
Svutlhern section of the Flurida Rail- It is further ordered, That this order
road, or so much thereof as is necessary be published in the East Florida Banner
for the paymentof the outstanding Bour.s for the space of eight weeks. (
principal and interest, issued by the J. H. GOSs,
Florida Railroad Company, and to secure Nov.25th, 1875. -* Judge.

WHEREAS, by an order made and
filed by the Hon. Wm. R. Hill.ver, Judlge
of Probate for Marion county, Florida,
on the 3rd day of January, A. D, 1876,
Mary R Dickson, Administratrix of the
estate ol Henry W. Dickson, late of said
county de-eased, was removed and her
letters of administration revoked, and,
' Whereas, ofi the 18th day of January,
A D., 1876, I, F. N. Foy, of said county
and State, was duly appointed by said
Judge Administrator de bonis non, and
Whereas, on or about toe 28th day ot
-March, A. D., 1870, said Mary R. Dick.
son, Administratrix a- aforesaid, filed a
written Sugwestzin of Insolvency 'f said
estate according to law in said Probate
Court, now this is to notify all persons
havin-r demands aerainst said estate to
file them wi!Lout delay, duly authenti-
cated according to law.
Administrator de boiails non.
Jan. 22_ td, 1876. --.
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Col. H. M fMC'ARTY, Real Estate
Agent, Louisville, Ky., is organizing a
Keniucky Cohlony to Floridla. He will
be in .Jacksonville d.uria.-the Stt-ite Fair,
comnmencing Feb., 22-1. "Parties having
lands; for sale can conifer with him. Col.
Me'Carty' reerenees and endorsements
will bie atisf'eLory. ju22.-lm

\f -w v~w Liberal Terms of lbse
9' W change for Second-ja=
4,Pv" Machines of every dw
2hUButPatternsmade. Bead 5 t.forCatalognek
M.AeZaIB WAzRD. -M XaW 0OBng
" et forty days,, aedr3ynerah sall be orer-
Future event- pr,:ph>'ie-l by rules in
Buner's Prophetic Book. Fortunes
foretold in th, ups and downsol prices for
the next twenty years, the luture.judged
by the pa',t. W.alt years to make money
on pig-iron, hoes, corn, provisions, cot-
toi, and when we will have the next pan-
ic, what year hard timrnes will end and:,
buqiue,-r ieTive atain Every farmer,
manufacturer, legitimate trader and
sp-culator'should have this book to know
the future, so as to avoid loss and be sue-
ctsSful. Stfut to) anv namine, po-t paid,
for $1. Addrar; M-lUEL BENNER,
Bainbridge, Ross County, 0.
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1' B. 000
d.r o hiladelphia,
gNf. r.-of New York,
^^^id and bought1 lands
Bi county, and will
e. They
JOp orange business and
th it M qpecta-

T .a llkit, o w of the mst
sU8 il farmers in this county, has
lith1)k Psafr ir cluster of oranges
.-a id' -satpe of his success in
a .A:r eld, of enterprise. We are
"glad; the .A, extemenrt,' which
holds .putL su& V4 ch' promises. to our
eitr ,i~~,Ing out in all quarters,
Ke" b&lU l motion.
%'--.V . 1 :: '
.O-arles, Frienz, an industrious
Ge it Fon du Lae, Wiss., with
hi :.-I l p; whiqh consists of five sons
and daughters, has rented the
WAi lat-fori, about four miles
'k ;'_ ., i .. .,: ,
f-ro3 ia ,proposes to become a
pe wee -of .our -county. If
bMr^ isalthdwith our'climpate, and
he eg saeon to believe that he
wilH be he will be followed by a num-
be r.ni. n.. t 'year. "South-
ward the starof Empire takes its way."
;'-. "*'-
M j- h MnasM. Crocker, of Paris,
Maine, has .recently purchased the
"Moody 0ife- o- Mthe outskirts of this
towa, :.a ,b' will hereafter be a per-
man 4 -oiizen f Ocalk There is
aboulevem acres of land in Mr. Crock-
er's, purche. %, whichh ha will have irm-
mediately se .out in orange and other
; -I *' -
n- e hgrWfe Jmproved. We
als i8 id-ie'wild4purdiase some
..lt4 .linOty and will engage in
L w, tiniess on a larger scale.
A I'rket is always extended
to.' ...0 Uhis.kind and we wish
Mr.Arobker abundant success.
S.K '
a s- F. -14-1

which -aid Trust Deed, or Mortgage, was
executed. W. .. McGRATH,
Sheriff Marion co., Fla.

For Palatka and Silver Spring!

Will leave Palatka every Thursday
evening, after arrival of the Charleston
steamer, and arrive at Silver Spring
every Saturday morning.
Will leave Silver Spring every Satur
dlay at 12 o'clock, and arrive at Palatka
every Sunday morning.
Polite attention shown to all passen-
gers. oct9.1y.

U 8. MAIL.

n nmT M IR nri"ff1 1T1T17FIf i TIriM

Report of 11arks and Brands.
The following bq| were butchered
during the week-:
One marked crop and uppersplit in
each ear; branded S. J.; sold by John
One Marked crop in each ear; branded
L., and dew-lapped; sold by W. 8. Bul-
lock, -
Town Marshal.


'A large assortment just received at
Hlllyer's, and


Bedsteads, Children's Rockers,
Bureaus, Sewing Rocker.s,
Tables, Large Rockers,
Chairs, Cradles,
Wash-Stands, Babie's High Chairs,
&c., &c., &c.

dec4. -td

Winter Schedule of the


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out salivation are any injurious effects.
When used 4@ a cathartic, it in no wise
disorders the system, nor does it produce
any nausea or sick stomach when about
topuige. It is so mild in its action as
not to interfere with business or pleas-



Will leave Cha'leston every Tuesday
evening and Savannah every Wednesday,
for Fernandina, Jacksonville, Palatka
and all intermediate landings on the St.
Johns river.
Will leave Palatka every Thursday even-
lug, Jacksonville every Friday to suit
the tide, Fernandina same day, arriving
at Savaninah and Charleston every Sat-
Will leave Charleston every Satfirday,
Savannah every Sunday afternoon, for
Femradina, Jacksonville, Palatka and
Intermediate landings.
Wll leave Palatka every Tuesday even-
ing, Jacksonville every Wednesday morn-
ing, to suit the tide, Fernandina same
day, arriving at Charleston and Savan-
nah every Thursday.
, The-.abov# steamers make close-con-.
nectiof withtl. New York steamships.
Through tickets and through ills of
lading given to Baltimore, Philadelphia,
New York and other places by both
Thest steamer! coinebt withli the Flori-
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at Jacksonville, St. Johns R. R. for Bt.
Augustine at Tocoi, with steamers at.
Palatka for Mellonville, Entterprise and
the ripper St. Johns: Also with steam.
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RAVEME'L & Co., Cllaleat"n.
JEFFREYS; BRO.& Sow, ernandina.
JEFFREYS & BRO., Jacksonvlle.
R. J. ADAMS, Palaltka.
C. H. BOHNt, Angustlne.

A fine lot of Sliced and Quartered
Dried Apples, for pies and sauce, at Hil-
lyer's. Six pounds for one dollar.
SChoice varieties of Irish potatoes for
seed constantly arriving atM-,

MS COAT Ovr.--Mr.
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Three Maguifdent 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 bhis
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 anid
rising moon indicate peace and rest.
Sent by mail post-paid on reeeJpt of B0
cents each. Agents wanted everywhere
to sell these and other popular,pletures.
Terms sent wenn sample copy le ordered.
Address F. X. HILL & CO., Dealers in
Books. Pictures, etc., Nashville Tenn.
4404 ; w"

:b 1.tee H i sa ace ti0l lft at Ouainole stock is most complete and
_I4a117wiIly save the selected, ahd oui prices ara aJow.
.w6dbto? i the as good-good-clr n beor-aIe sold for in
eifiuf 41d -. the State of Floxida.
V. HILLoEr (fo

3" FOR 1876. -.M
hold weekly 3a1.- ziue, Devoted to
Popular Lituature, aul all Matters of
Taste and Culture. APPLETONS' JOUR-
NAL, appears in new type and with other
mechanical improvements, makingit the
handsomest weekly literary journal in
the country. APPLETONS'JOURNAL aims
to bec.- mprehensive, iucludinug in its plan
all branches of literature, and treating
all subjects of intere-st to Inteligent read
ers; it, d --ins to be elevated in tzkpts and
pure in tone; it gives in quantity fully
tweuty-flve per ceot more than the larg.
est of thle Mon Lly Magizines; while in
quality its litt-rature Is of the highest
class. Price, $4 per Annum; 10 cents per



Will leave Jacksonville .'or Silver
Spring, Lakes Grifflun, Austis, Harris and
Okahlumkee, every Thursday 8 a, m
Palatka Thursday night after arriva.
of steamers Cfy Point or Dictator,
Will leave Silver Spring.every Satur
day morning at 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.

w A WEEK guaranteed to MAle
W and Female Agents in their lo-
g callty. Terms an Outft Free.
jj Address P. O. IVtO RY& Co.,
Augusta, Me. Jun 2Im.
Ne Hotusekeeper or Laundres should
be wtthoutt a 9inc-faced wash board.
They save their cost many times opver In
the wear of the clothes; Ypu will ad,
thbm *ery chetp at ,Htt ta' "

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-- .4irations tor a ChirMini C
V,,w-,,-, I C.,,r-VB Yefl :lW ,,.=;'-;- !1 -^i-Mt.t,,w tte^
It rqubres no Instructions to ran It. Caa &ot' if b^^veo
It will do eter7 class sn kinLd of work. ,' -,:^T'I-1Si
It wm sew from Tissue Paper to Baineap neau o4be1 ahor*it y
It I as far in advance of other SewigM3aachines in ..i e .. i .,-
its superior improvements as a Ste'a Car e. a ,eI !,-,,.rpf
the old fashioned Stalge Cbioh. We
Prices madn to suit thislBtnt aSRe di
Either for Cash or Credit,.-a i.ea. a w lt;rt-r
PO-Send for Muxstraite& oataloguo of MUMiMR AM~ .44W--'
t W-.-cLt.twri tabe tt
,ST 8 .a'- ', PRICES i ,AGENTS ; N ..,, i-trea
Address" WILSON SEWING-MAOHt .':."' ,v ,
O.-, eOO, Om.OA0, I -' .-40 t
-1fran tWfr SuN the bef. SyHE v
' 8rlr AZWD 1% [World, alid 4v~e %i,4Uj.tntjaj
cotrw Y gyg. .oM
Philharmonic Piano, ,: .e .san ir S
E XE CTUTIVI.F IE'Pl I fPEN .. t 14a 14fy Lall~ by %
This n tirly in-trumient porv _oversor--nlir'ells L Starns. all.O up rop
i,,11 ill tlhe --.nti:tl q(ualiti].- ,.) ,are ex- Secretary oi Stat,.--Sqnnel, B NcL i. TfiT ri iw pT l 6&
l.,,lsi\,: a I highr pricedi Pi~ino, is o1- Attorue'v-GeneraIi- Vni'rehoi'T:06'C e. is pqe ., .[ ....-opllt'.i.ti.
'erv.L1 at a lowvr price tlhtZi ;nV -,.imilI-u c omptrollr "' A -C ."'" hio s a. rgular-y..e
,re nwv in tihe market. It. is luratU'bl, Treasurer-Charles H Fostr.: .. urrrfn; 'm i te 't1
will ia m 2nuii-,cut toiln h:rt ly .-.lyrtase Siupcrhtendent. of Publip Inistrpetjo)l kind. .'r ....
a i etl yt. it can be puircha-se, ;It a prict s --Williani \\uli,,in lcs. 1... The WIV EWF-;Y -EiT 4ght
1d on()t tdl'ris withlu thc reach of nil. Adjut.ut-Ge'ierl--.- ohni V ramiuin. flt_ ,A, 1 bL otgits.ol. 1i ,-.
This istlunit.-it has all the minodern im- ('.umin sii n-r o"'TA, ds aund Irimiri'a-: y pIroementis, iuludliu tlhe celhbr:ittl *tio -Dennl0 Eam.in'." : repeat* f ist kti.-.p
*A il.i-" itpebl-, andl is fully warrant..l. iPost.-otflice address, Tillahassee.) ,1 can-by f i dtle m F nro m

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Chief. justice -E Raal, ;ffEHksi-.
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Associ tte "Justice-:J, _D Westcott,. ir.,
T l' l i!s 'f. .,.. *.. -; J ;
-sociai Jue ice-- .3,.]a -,
li 'lghl, ,acksouville..
Ck"l,:rk --LyJilu' Fo -t '; 'hfl'lli.hiM h
1 s r. Ci ru it-W W Va n NVs-t. PonsacolaJ
2,1 .'irc-ttit-I- W V ht\Y .t uH :.
33d Ciretit-\Wi.. Bry'oii -'5u)vanae
4t.i '.ir-enit-Rob.t nB'ArclillJ .,ack-
souville. . .;.
5th Circult- H Gos, G iinr-vill- -..:
lith Circuit----Mier:..B ehtho, le ey \W\.'t.
th L'ircuit--JTV W Price. Enterprise,
i-t Cir* t '-Ii -y ',iTymin -.n, Vernon.
2,1 ( 'ireuit--Bfol Img Btker", T'aIlJ a as..%,e
3 t.'Creuit-C-'ha P Kin'a, malllsi.'
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r-oruville. '' ""...- i .. -.,h-I."
51h 1C'i Iu.c Go 41 Arnow, GA.piv.
6tth Circuit-Joq.eph B Wall,'Tii'i:^
7ith Circuit--T E Vilson, _Mflonuville.
Senator.: T W Lo..' ..
Asseublymen: \ Tucker, Samuel
Srtiall. '. .,. .
Jmla- k. >rrr :ite: i'li *n1 T? Hillfer.
Clerk ot Court: H. Le(Cai.. -
Shceritr: W J McGrrth.' :
As,.--ssor otf-Taxes:.Jas. A McDaviq-
Col.!ector of( [leveue:,John F Dun.n.
Treasure-r: E W Aruew. .
Su perintenlTent of Schbols': W3'Tuckerl
S.rvevor: C J Alred.

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are tOIeL Iest made. Tlhe totich is ela-,ttc,
at1,J at little Sih-itt toLe, U \' powerl'ul, pure
;1,l e vell.
Ca ltot "he Pxcelle.I illn 'ONE or BIL\AU'TY;
tl,'.." 0-;f 1 11iIe'titiln. The Concerto
t., is ;i filuIC imit:liUi (itf the lluma I
^TrES.iXTR'EMELY TLOW for c-,dh
dIT n'ina thin uion th. M,>thl \ I" u-t.-ill-
ii{tt'il-, rc.c'l,-dv~; ,,l Piaiuu,,. i$10 t..) $?','i
C-.jr'2~"l its o, .? t 11; St'coi:d',h, inl n 1 stt'u
niti S-3 t. >. M, nitliiyv ar.-r dr.,t Dv
[., i1. AH(E-T, W \NTFD., A lrbt-nr l <:l'is
eo, ttt. t., TL-,.i.rl)>,,. li~iii-i'er,, (.'hlrrlhe>-,
-'lf'.ol-., I^Led.i s, etc-. Special .indrinie,.
m 'int.s to ttlO c ,;i' Illi-ustra'ttc,1 eAtrllAA
n,.< n:mAil.d. HHACE WATERS &
SON.", 4 l 1ru.. ; l,-'w Yurk. B -.:..

for -
Watcrs' Piauos and Orgaus.
Waters' New Scale Pianos h.te pc tu
liir merit;.--V,.w Y'T>r 1 ri',ne.
The toune ol tihe Waters' l'ianio is rich,
mellow nI,.l s'onlrouns. TI'hy poIJ's-s
great volllme ol'suund and lithe collt.illila
ton of ,*irnil or -siuingi power is oue of
their inj iitmarked teaturLes.- ,w- Yr i,'t'
Wt:i'rs' Concerto Organ is so voiced
as to have a tone like a full rich alto
vo;ce. It is especially hiuman itn it- tone,
powert'ul .,-t swev.t.-riural K' Yor/.k' r.
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TRY YOU-R LUCK! County Conunissioniers: .c J Al.,ed.J ," a Cam ,,..
SD oss, Darid E.Japobb, l urt Little, .s"r' ..". -. .,-.
J o ,.our S,,inith. 1 ol. m ,.sl.ra L .o. -QAth g .
We want everybody in the United Justices the Peac: S F Mtrsha 1, 'rwokA i-d6 retoip
Staest to Pweeour large, eight pa,..e lit,:rary JPetier1Adrs O u the0 T e lmi: SF '%1urs.l, -' cAylr4J, 664FeKWtO'lt~
if,,oPeter It Audersou, Gebo.J Zehh^l-i ur, f, euk h
and faitily piper. ruE SAUENn," and IN~atq.ows, E' 13 ,:idut, i lijali.Gra-rt h. im ,041t'1er'.Itlj hmil-tit4.u"Ahe rt if
in order that all mar .jtdg of its merits
lor themselves, we will .,end it.ou trial,' Johasou, F W Ili-r Ed-in u p i, 'r th. a n 6q .'t ".iqK r i ..
Jh H W Hilier, Edwin Smith." La "S- I
six mon ths for only 50 ets., and to every .. .
sub.-Oerlber, we will send by mail, postage T'w4ONCNLA- -* rst on r
prepaid, one 1 ofIor Mamnmoth Premium TW N ,- oF P:.- 1. -atiia
Packets contaiuinig 10 gooIe 'lopeeo p l ma en ;T 'P a r al.' F H..ris, ta l ft e t qd a g .
11) -heets ext,'a tot-e piper, 1 -oodl Pei- A' F r son, m b a B .fir t ,- .-, . ..
holder, 1 good lea.l Pencil, *2 steel Pens, A Feriison, G -..SmkhB Benamlihu, R ol-.dP01-.t .
1 Memorandunm Book, 1 Card Photo,,raph Wat...on Mphyha. F., D., AUT nd a n uu. rn,1,t fl3 S ti
of all the Presidleuts of the United States, Davis, A Reynolds. more t harnord"s
and a nice Premium of Jewelr, orth Marshal: Burrell Da--kins. .
from 25 cents to f1. Doun t let this pas. Clerk,:Aa.e" rt aor V't- 'tll e ( im' "e .o f o
y:u, try oe packagrre. Eerybo-t ly iBe namn. Wm P'ra- n a
.ue t to lgt ore goods than thil ee r .... T.'"+',.,: ._... 'X l r -J.,Qt
bought, before for the price, aud theluck- -2' P.ar Pjace, Now. Yrk,
!-st et from re to tenU tims the value IMPORTANT _Td-O '169, ,. .,L,
oftiir na-'y. The paper alone is mor- TrRlST S. "'. '--.
tLan wor1tJ :0 1n1ts, ann W L ive you -' .. K.. ,D ," ,
this magnificent prize extra, iewu,..2. ..
the paper and the Pacbti for on- 50 We have rece;,' C f'o i'".urop ? -M 1- r .' -
c*nthpa ra^.haee b o l ited quantity of 0he .Bismarok ,,4 --' "-,* -... w i .e -
Ageuts want.d. Addres Seed which poduces said oreads of eaib- LUN.&'t., "
W. M. BURROW, bage, the size ofthe moth1offlofr-bar- ,".., .
P.0. Box 59. Bristol, Tetun. r(.4, and larger. Tl-Tr ll.eAonQu, cab- d *'
bgees are rniscd with the'iost ordinary .;- t"lB '
1 A DA Y at home. Agents want-"cultivation,..lt any climal-^', at wa s- ... i ... '
1 ed. Outfit and terms free. True eut prieeq, double the ordinary.,profit,- is: 'NM -' .
& Co., Augusta, Mainq. nov27-1m realized from theirprodu1tibn '.ins- .. ..
planting ,ri. these,-.. care
MARYLAND EYE AND EAR INSTITUTE, should be us9A tp give,A en'. ..,. ,
66 N. Charles St., Baltimore, Md. for growth. '"ow 4 u la "'"' -, "
sent toacany d dr s, lt "'"*
GEORGE REULING, M. D, late o-t.50tnCs. T'ree *f'tig it?- t 0a' S-[ ,-
Professor of Eye and Ear Surgery in Prnckages $12.00..V -AZ' Oatid8e -W, 't< -.;I
the Washthgton University, Surgeon in bage-Pests.afd four beautifuilloilchro '. W Tri,.- '
charge. The large handsome residence mos, (the M-aidens Dream-,j fili-seBt, thenC -kf f
of the late Charles Carroll has been fltted free with esdr'Packadfer--: b. "m.. ''..
up with all theimprovements adapted .Aggrss
in the latest schools of Europe, for the b. agem LsA. -
special treatment of this class of disease. itute, N'. .. -.
Apply by letter to GEORGE REULING, 1Wl -Plejf& at th ifti Sgi .
M. D., Surgeon in charge. nov27 Im p.er yo' saW 4H i, .. a ..... .....j|.. o


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IT IS U l),SS 2TO-i.gTq IUTE. Our friends and the public generally are
awafe! that we keep the best assorted stock of aHll kinds of goods usually
"15 .','...
S. fi r ,as ftystore, feel confldent-of- our ability
... f Jveegtie .satf n, bothI ti. poe aad quality.
Wea R i'A V section of ,ttr'6 fe eto of Fall and
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Boo0k A efafis I
andcL Good Satles$v el
Are "COINING MONEY" with the famous
The French Edition of which sells for
$165 and the London Edition for $200.
Our Populai Edition ($550j) containing
orer bne liundrdd full-pae nuarto plat a,
is .the cheapest and rnos.eMQet.-1t-
bditjon in AmeicIa, .aid the 1t t l.
Critics vit with each other in praising it
and the masss- buy It. .
Agent In Charleston, S. C.,"rB l l 9?
orders; one Iu Ninety 9Ix 8. 0., 107; 4ge
Jn. Virginia,. 47;- another In Memphis,
200 orders, taltet i..three,'eets.
.. ,l.parnaculardi free. Address J. IV.
FORD & CO., Publishers, 27 Part Place,
N&eK York. dedl@ 1m.

., .Wi'ter goods before purtha elsewhere.

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