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Livery Stable.


U S. MAIL,


ilATI o'Mil W KLY LIMljE
OF STEAMERS FOR

OOKLAWAHA RIVER



STEAMER OKAHUMKEE,
CAPT. A. L. RICE, '
Will leave Jacksonville for Silver
Spring, Lakes Griffin, Austis, 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 Satur
day morning at 10 o'clock, arriving at
Palatka Sunday morning and at Jack-
sonville 1Sunday night
I1. L. HART, Pro'pr Palatka, Fla.
R. J. ADAMS, Agent.
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SAMUEL B. McLIN,
hs lSecretary of State.
T .ahassee, Fla., May 12, 1873.


1OHN G. REARDON,


[From the Florida Agriculturist.
LAKE WARE.
NO. II.
LAKE WARE, Fla., Jan uary 7, 1876.
ED. AGRICULTURIST: In my
former article I promised to go
more into detail. I will now do
so, even at the risk of a slight rep-
etition.
We claim herle one very great
advantage over all places further
north, and even many south of us.
It is this: The perfect adaptabil-
ity of both our soil and climate to
the cultivation of the orange, as
all semi-tropical fruits. When
it becomes more generally known
that this is a combination existing
only in very highly-favored locali-
ties, such as we congratulate our-
selves upon having here, then will


Ocala, Floricla.
WiII practice in all the Courts of the
6thand 6th Judicial Circuits. s-p26 ly
JOHNF.DUNN,


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HE ASTr FLORIDA BANNER. ST. GEORGE ROGERS,


public notice be more wisely di- Orange Culture in the South
rected, and popularity more con- The people of the South, true t
sistently conferred, thus giving their own-interests, are trying t
Lake Ware that precedence in the make their land support them
ranks ot lakes which she so justly and their effort has been to fin
merits. what could best be raised wit
We have good pine land. It is least labor. This effort may hav
high and dry, and sloping back been constrmud to their detrimen
from the lake, as it does, having by those who have labored under
an abundance of water protection, themistake of believing that th
particularly fits it fdr fruit-cul- heroLls people as a class weth
C -ou -l r p ,T he y a rea clat e r
ture. -- tihe very centre of tihe az .e T owner-s.
1C.-Teat orangee elf." anri pum-1 -C 1--A __!L2


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




.STEAMER TUSKA WILL,
CAPT. C. D. TAYLOR,
Will eave Palatka every Monday and
"hursdaitV evenings, after the arrival of
Clrhl..iton antl Savannah steamers.
RETURNING:
Wi4j-leave Silver Spring every Sunday
and, W.dn-s.aly mornings at 10 o'clock.
CoifnMectioni made at Silver Spring with,
stages for Ocala and Leesburg.
S. J. P AUKNtGHT,
decll-tf. Proprietor-
E EW YORI R AND



FERNANDINA
STEAMSHIP LINE.



F.RNANDINA, PLA., March 24, 1875.


1MONTGOMERY,
Capt. FAIRCLOTH,

VUNTSVILLE,

Capt. CHESTER,

SThese steamers sail from New York,
Pier 2, North River,

T t U R D A y,
and from Fernandina Railroad Wharf

WED N E S DA Y.
These steamers connect at Fernandina
with the Atlantic, Gulf & West ludia
Trnimt (.>;l|;pany's Railroad, giving
Through Bills of Lading
to al' points on that road, as well as to
oints in F!ori,'la on the line of the Jack-
-^iiviiw,'r<--:f-;;:)ia & Mobile Railroad.
ii,-urhlct (f-,.'t._d at un,--half per cent.
at lihe Steain.-1hip .Conmpauy's office.
For freight or'passage apply to
HERM. GEL?CKE, Agent,
5 William st., N. Y.
Or W. J. WOODWARD,
Representing CHATEI & KING, Agts,
nov 28-tf iernandina, Faig.

.Winter Schedule of the
CHARLESTON, SAVANNAH &
FLORIDA
Steam Pade]t Co.
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE
QUICK :ST ROUTE TO THE NORTH.




THE STEAMER CITY POINT,
CAPT. J. W. FrTZGERALD,
Will leave Charleston every Tuesday
evening and Savannah every Wednesday,
for Fernandina, Jacksonville, Palatka
and all intermediate landings on the bt.
Johns river
RETURNING,
Will eavee Palatka every Thursday even-
ng, Jacksonville every Friday to suit
the tide, Fernandina same day, arriving
it Savaannah and Charleston every Sat-
ai'day.
THE STEAMER1 DICTATOR,
CAPTAIN LEO VOGEL, "*
Will leave C~arleston every Saturday,
'avannah evety Sunday, afternoon, for
erneandina, Jacksonville, Palatka and
intermediate la dings.
RETURNING,
Wll leave Palatka every Tuesday even-
ng, Jacks ngz,-to suit the tide, Fernandina same
lay, arriving at Charleston and Savau-
aah every Thursday.
The above steamers make close con-
unction with New York steamships.
Through tickets and through bills of
ading given to Baltimore, Philadelphia,
New York and other places by both


steamers.
The'e steamers connect with the Flori-
la R. R. at Fernaindina, J.,P. & M R. R.
a, Jack'sonville, St. Johns R. R. for ,t.
A.ugustine at Tocoi, with steamers ,t
Palatka for Mellonville, Enterprise atd
he upper St Johns, Also with steam-
ers for the Ockla waha fiver.
AGENTS:
RAVENEL & Co., Charleston.
BRAINARD & ROBERTSON, Sav'nh
JEFFREYS, BRO. & SoN, Fernandina.
JEFFREYS & BRO., Jacksonville.
R. J. ADAMS, Palatka.
C, H. BOHN, St, Augustine.
nov13-tf.
Geo. D. Tyler,

CA^RPER'.TER & BITILDER.
House building and other mechanical
work done to harder. Jobbing promptly
attended to. novW1-tU.


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[From the Agriculturist.
Florida Filling Up. ''
ED. AGRICULTURIST: The -"ri-
ter obtained from the books of the
Register ofthe`United States Land
Office at Gainesville last week the
following very interesting statis-
tics, showing t'he number of acres
entered in each quarter by j'aqtual
settlers, viz: For the first quarter
1875, 35,000 acres; for the second
quarter of 1075, a1,-0.- .rsfor
the third quarter of 1875; 42,200
acres; erthe fourth quarter of
1875, 76,800 acres. Malctig a
total, during the year, of 195,000
acres ofUnited States la ds en-
tered by actual settlers The
number of persons, making s uch
entries is, in round numbers l,600.
This multiplied by five, t ih usual
number allowed to a family, would
give us an additional population
of 8,000 settlers upon 'Unit-ed
States lands alone.
Of State lands entered, we find,
upon examinating the books of
the Commissioner of Tmmigration,
that the total for the year is 32,-
000 acres,I representing about 400
heads of families, or about 2,000
population.
Here, then, we have an addition
of about 10,000 settlers "upon
United States and State lands
alone. It is fair to presume that
purchases from individuals have
been nearly, or quite, as large in
amount of lands and of popula-
tion.
As an active and observant trav-
eller, your correspondent has had
an excellent opportunity to note
the. rapid increase of our popula-

seen, it is believed that the esti-
mates above are below the actual
numbers. And it is, certainly,
very gratifying-to note that no
State in the Union can boast of a
more desirable class of immigra-
tion than that which is swai-ming,
in constantly increasing numbers,
to our "Golden Apple Land."
All things considered, can any
other State in the Union, show a
more healthy growth and solid
prosperity than .ur ro pantio
"Land of Flowers?" .
I. B 0.

SublimA Patriotism.
"Good-bye, Mr. Duncan. I have
a single request to make of you
before you go while I linger-here
at death's door. You go to the
watch service at the First Metho-
dist church, in Atlanta, to-night.
Say to the members of that clitirch
for me, to pray to God that this,
our country, may have national
peace, national prosperity, ation-
al fraternity and national happi-
ness, and thet He will guide and
direct our statesmen in their ef-
forts to accomplish this end, and
that our governmentasmay-br<--
claimed from its enemies and
brought back to the d aigns of
or forefathers. For emy 8asotsk
only one prayer, and that is that
the will of the Lord be done."
A. H. STEPHENS.
We have in the foregoing para-
graph one of the most sublime ex
hibitions of patriotism ever pre-
sented to mankind. The Chris-
tian statesman, in his illd'ess, as
he waits for the summons to de-
part from life, forgets his own
self in that of his country, and in-
yokes the special prayers of the


people of God for national peace,
prosperity and fraternity. Satis-
fied to resign himself without so-
licitude to the will of his Creator,
he is yet impelled to ask a bless-
ing lor his country. The voice so
often heard on the hustings, and .
in the national forum, enfeebled
by wasting disease, can no longer
stir, by eloquence, the hearts of
his countrymen, but in whispers
more sublime, he invokes a bless-
ing on hiscountry.--Atlanta Bap.
tist Index.

Just think of that! Even the
plumpest woman has 240 bonea.


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Amsterdam Station, Illinois
A SKIPPER'S STORY OF THREE SAINTS.
They sat on the steps of a station
And waited for trains to connect-
A colporteur eating his ration
And a skipper who twice had bee:
wrecked;
And the stragers began conversation.
The skipper was wrinkled and hoary,
His skin was the color of leather;
The other looked hungry and sorry.
And after discussing the weather
The skipper struck into his story.
"I'll tell yeof three saints I've know'd of
That giv' up their lives for their
brothers-
A sort you may not hev'Jallowed of,
But folks that'll die to save others
'Is heirs for God to be proud of.


ATTORNEY AT LA W,


I- .--


An Official Paper of the Fifth
Judicial Circuit.
ublished Every Saturday Morning.

TERMS OF THE MANNER
9ne copy, one year............... $2 00
One copy, sixi months....... .... 1 00
One cepy, three months.......... 50
One clay, mnesonth. ........... 25
iugle copies....6 .......... ... 05
j-i DjyK R T r SING R A 21 W :
,_Ai nes Each Subsequentilnt i.-l 6
ProteeMkrnal and Busine-.s Cards, of
,` % nes,per annutm............. .10-o00
All cards over 6 liites, per annum.. 15 00
Notice of application tor Letters of
SAdministration ........ ....... 6 00
Notice of Appointment as Admin-
istrator.... .... .... ....... .... 5 00
Notice to Debtors and Creditors.. 8 00
Notice for Final Dismissal........ 15 00
Notlee for Leave to sell Real Estate 5 00
Notice of sale of Real Estate...... 5 00
All other iegal Notices and Advertise-
meats will be charged according to the
space they occupy anl the number of in-
sertions required.
(A square is one inch of Brevier type.)
Advertisements of a personal nature
will be charged 15 cents per line.

An Act to provide for the Publication of
Official and Legal advertisements in
the Several Judicial Circuits of this
State.
Te people of the Stati of, Florda, repre-
*etd in SenatU and Aasembly, do enact
afollmes
SECTIO e. Ityshall be thle duty of the
Secretary of State to designate one or
more newspapers published in each
Judicial Circuit which ihall be known
as the.official papers of the Circuit, and
all legal notices and advertisements re-
lating to the said Circuf Court or to aiy
County or Probate Court within the said
Circuit, and all legal notices of any de-
scription, required by law to be publish-
ed by any person or persons, and all no-
tices and advertisements of sheriffs and
all other county officers, of all counties
within the Circuit, shall be published in
the Official Papenf the Circuit.
SEC. u. It shall be the duty of the pub-
-isher of each paper so designated to
publish all notices and without delay:
Promted, That le shall not be compelled
to publish any notice or iadvertiseiment.
unless the fees for the same are tendered
in advance : And provided further, That
the rate of compensation to be paid the
said, papers for the official and legal ad-
vertisements shall be the same as that
p.id to the State officialiKUX-r.
T:7.c.. Iu. ioleg arl oimeor alver-ris-'.
ments, after the passage of-this act, shall
he valid or have any force 'pr .effect, un-
.esa the same shall be published in a
paper designated, as a:oret aiu as the
official paper of the, Circuit in which the
said advertisement is published; and
whenever any law now in lorce,or which
may be hereafter passed, requires the
publication of any notice or advertise-
ment, it shall be understood that said
publication shall be in an official paper,
designated as aforesaid.
SEC. iv. This act shall take effect from
and after the date of its passage; arid all
acts or parts of acts inconsistent with
the provisions of this act be, and they
are hereby repealed.
Approved by the Governor, January
25, 1871. -
In Dursuance of the above I, Samuel
B. McLin, Secretary of State, hereby re-
instate THE EAST FLORIDA BANNER an
Official Paper for the Fifth Judicial Cir-
.uit of Florida.


Ocala, Florida.
Will practice In the State and United
States Courts. janl,ly


SAMUEL F. MARSHALL,


A TTORNEI A.T LA WV,


OCALA, FLORIDA..
Will practice in the Courts of the 5th
judicial Circuit. 1anl,ly
A C, CLAR K,
ATTORNEY AT LA W,
SUMTERVTLLE. SUMTER Co., FLA.
Will practice in all the Courts of the
FIfth Judicial Circuit. jan8'76.tf.


,o ... ....... ...., ... ..oa u, great sect on of land witb"
r manding most magnificent views far more scattered population than
of the lake, we-have thousands of is the case North, and to cultivate
this land lying idle, open to in- their land to advantage under the
section, and subject to the action old system of farms or plantations
of those who may enter it of the ,has ben proven an impossibility.
Government ^ .oe ^ ^,
SGovernment. Thi negroes will not work in the
The extreme mildness and equa- country if they C live in the
ability of the climate here is outsirs of the city or village,
something remarkable even for the n h p
tfii the people have as far as pos-
"Land of Flowers, and during sibe. learned to do without their
the warm days of the summetr'pr- ce in the. fields. Florida,
months, while the people in other w" from its early settlement to
portions of the State are complain- the ose'of the war was a cotton
ing of the oppressive heat, we Sta-j, has now become the orange
have here a constant breeze, eitherrl groe o.f ofhe South, and the large
from off the Gulf or Atlantic, thu1 pis .cut up into small farms
rendering the atmosphere delight- haCrleft the people time to turn
fully cool and refreshing. Thte therw attention to orange tree cul-
winter weather is cooler, but de- ture It takes several years to
sirably pleasant, nevertheless. plant and perfect the gi owth of an
It seems to be the ruling desire orange tree, and until the old state
of many people entering our State of .affairs was discarded the
to "start an orange grove," as this people had no time to attend to
is at once the most pleasant and the rearing of groves. In fact, so
renumerative occupation offered poor were t hey, and so necessary
them. To those who propose to was it for them to earn every stock
embark in this great enterprise, I of cotton that. was possible, that
would say, think twice before se- they. could not even consent to
electing a location where the effects giveolhe land over to a crop that
of a cold winter might be felt too would not pay in three years.
severely. With'the lapse of time, however,
Last year we had no frost here-the.iafsa of the people have beeanr-
This year it was exceedingly lig Thted with the influx of
slight, hence our almost entire Northern peolne-.who have gone
exclusion from its visits; while, there to spend their winters, the
south of us, as indeed from all sale of some portion of their lands
points of the compass we here of has followed. This has placed
its evil effects, is a fact that can- means at their disposal, and, with
not fail to command attention, capital in hand, they have accom-
and in time give our beautiful lake plished marvels. Now Georgia
that acknowledged pre-emince has-adopted a like plan, and this
which is her especial prerogative, season' her orange crop will come
and which she so richly deserve, next in value to her cotton. In
While it is so essential to pro- time the banks of the Mississippi,
tect young orange trees elsewhere, from ''emphis to New Orleans,
here it is unnecessary, hence they will be.beautiiful in their green and
continue to grow on, year by year, yellow. drfss, and where now for
with unabated rapidity, and the miles--ifpon miles nothing is seen
empty coffers of a household are but fwton, will then be seen the
replenished so much the quicker. g"lden'fruit of the orange as a
This is a consideration that will companion picture to the white
not pass unnoticed, as the neces- pods the fir ttonplant. Perhaps
sity for protecting fruit trees in- i th, fi rstflush of success the
volves the expenditure of time, people- will plant too largely of
labor and money. Vegetables can the or"ig.ad neglect, perhaps,
other -is much needed things.
he grown here the year round other muc ded .
without injury from frost, and the But t -variety of products will
future will, without doubt, see but enhance the value of the
this a leading business. South lands and rotation in crops
t *II d 11 n .! s


"The sh'p Swallow, Cap'n James
In a fog off the Hat tr'is; coast,
Was wrecked o, a ledge of the lea;
Jim stood like a rock at his post
And went down in a gulp of the sea.


Bee


(ALVIN J. ALLhED,


V


RESIDENT DENTIST.
Ocala, Florida.


I will continue the practice of Dentis-
try, and will ne happy to wait on my cus-
tomers at any time they may be in need
of my professional services. Terms cash
or country prrnilict. jnl,ly


"Be showed how to build up a raft,
And crowded hlr full as she'd float;
He sprung to the davits abaft
And lowered and loaded each boat;
Then stuck to the battered old craft.


MISCELLANEOUS.

OCALA HOUSE,


"He saved every life but his own--
W(i men, children, themdn and the crew,
Cheered when the last doiy was gone-
No room for him in her, he knew,
And he went to the bottom alone!",
"My friend," asked the colporteur grim,
"Had Bee made his peace with the
Lord?"
And he laid down his cracker. "What,
Jim?"
Eaid the skipper, "I shouldn't s'pose
God
'D be mad at a feler like him!"
"Anotherwas young Andy Bell,
Who worked ir the Cumberland coal;
He stood at the mouth of the well,
The mine was afire, and the hole
Blazed up like the lurnance of hell.
"The men was imprisoned below;
The women was screaming' above;
The boss shouted, 'Who'll face the foe,
And fly to the rescue for love?"
And Andy remarked, 'I'll go.'
I kin die in the shaft, for I haint
Nary ather, tier mother, her-wife!'
And down in the bucket he went;
Saved fifty by losing his life-
I say Andy Bell was a saint!'
"Did he pray God," the colportour cries,
"To hylp him fight with the flames?"
"Now I think don't the skipper replies,
"I heard Andy mentoin his name-
More frekent than some would advise!"
"Did he love Jesus? Bow at his shrine?"
Asks the colporteur; "then it is well,"
The skipper says, "Thar was no sign-
r-ut:ef Jesus didn't love Andy Bcll
I don't want no Jesus in mine!"
"The third one, Newt Evans, my friend,
: Took his engine at-Prairie du Chien;
Saw a speck on the track at the Bend,
And cried at the stoker 'Eugene!l
Ef that ain't a brat I'll be demned!
"A baby-an' making' mud pies! o-
Alind the train.' To the thrick of the
bell
He ran forward; sprang out for the prize-
Saved .the girl? Yes; but, parson, he
fell-
Both his legs were cut off at the thighs,"
"Was he Washed in the blood of the
Lamb?"
Asked the preached', "and cleaned from
his sin?"
The skipper arose-"Am-ster-dam
Let me jest git my bearin's agin,
An' sorter make out where I am;"
He walked to the office, was mute;
When the agent asked him What he
desired,
He tapped oh his pate in salute,
Then he turned out his thumb and in-
quired,
"Who-is-this 'ere crazy galute?"
--W. A. C., in Graphic.


E. J. IHARRIS, Proprietor
Ocala, Florida.


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wil most assuredly increase the
income'of the people. The adop-
tion of every measure that will
bring immediate prosperity is the
one aimi of the people of the
South, i as-l-eplee, and the de-
voting of so much of their deter-
mined intention to do that which
will yield them the most profit
with the least sacrifice of land
and money. With the successful
culture of the orange will follow
the same experiment with other
kinds of, more tropical fruits, and
in years tO cme will be developed
all the resources of the South
which, lAIil now, seems to have
been but half appreciated.--
Brooklyn. Eagle.
-
"The excuse of the third man,"
said Mr. Moody, illustrating the
parable of the guests who were
backward in coming forward,
"was more absurd than any-'I
have married a wife, and therefore
I cannot come.' Now, why did'tI
he take his wife along with him?"

Elephants are the most intelli-
gent of animals and yet they have
the largest ears,


NT ew


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The undersized 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 arrm-
val of the boats. He will a'so 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 tip at
this stab'e may rest assured that they
will be well fed and carefully groomed.
ALFRED DAVIS.
oct9.tf.


PRK]EO'SSI1ONAL CARDS.

UGH E. MILLER,
ATTORNEY AT LA P,
Ocala, Florida.
Will practice in the Courts of the 5th
and 6th Judicial Cilcuits.
Divorces obtained, non residetos 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. Pinckston.
aug28-tf.


To those sportively inclined we
offer a rare field for action. Wild
ducks are here in great numbers,
while in the unfrequented wilds
of our surrounding forest the
stately buck roams at pleasure.
Then from the sparkling waters
of the lake are taken'that finest
of edible fish, i. e., Florida trout
-a supply of them can be had
any day in the year, with little or
no trouble.
I ask no man to accept my
statements on trust, but to cone
and see for himself, when I think
we can give every satisfaction.
We do not claim that this is
the only lake in the State--far
from it; we say to a stranger there
are several, go and see them all,
then give us a call, when I am
very confident that we can locate
him immediately.
In my next I will tell you what
has been done here in the past
few months. ,
Most assuredly yours,
OLD FOGY.
.* 4
bThe richest man in Vermont
only counts up a trifle over $100,-
000.


A ATTORNEY AT LA WV,


-SAVANNAH, GEORGIA.
SpeciAl attention will be given to all
business entrusted to his care.
ap'111'74.


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OFFICE OF COMMISSIONERS OF )
LANDS AND IMMIGRATION,
TALLAHASSEE, January 4th, 1876.
B-I authority of the Trustees of the In-
ternal Improvement Fund, I have
established an office in Jacksonville for
the sale of lands belonging to said fund
lying East of Range 15 E., and I-have
appointed Marcellis A. Williams and
Hugh A. Corley ag hts to sell said lands,
DENNIS EAGAN,
Commissioner and Salesman.
Office for the Sale of Lands
BELONGING TO THE INTERNAL IMPROVE-
MENT FUND, ESTAkBLISHED IN JACKSON-
VILLE. I
AN office in Jacksonville for the sste
of all State lands lying East of Range
15 E., having been established by the
Hon. Dennis Eagan, Commissioner, un-'
der autho-i'ity from the Trustees of the
Internal Improvement Fund, and Mar-
eellus A. Williams and Hugh A. Corley
having bee)n appoint._ agents to sell
lands.
oticA is hereby given that the under-
sigi',eol are now piep:trer to receive ;ip-
plication for any ol said hnnds within
RutAkl liinits andi to make sales thereo.
Oir oftrice is 4n No 2 Palmetto Blocs, up
;fiirs. AS. S & m lW
jau2-t., A z.entR

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The Lost Cause represents a Confederate
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and telling a sad tale of the miseries of
war, and two graves with rude crosses
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MacDonald's New StoryI


Notice.


T HE EAST FLORIDA BANNER.


OBSERVATIONS of a TRAVELER.. see what there was worth seeing,
--- went on to Ocala, a drive of five
ToCALA HOUSE, Ocala, Janne: miles. This is a very pretty town,
f you, ol her Baner: beautifully located, and embower-
fr yo w ed in majestic forest trees, while
from a stranger I would like to
,I many of the residences are sur-
give the result of my observations rany df teb r esid e esoareu-'
,rounded by small groves of the
and offer a few suggestions for the orange and the barana, mingled
consideration ofcitizens. Aistran- with flowering shrubs. The 0ca-
ger often sees things in an entire-la House is a fine hotel kept by
ly different light from that it E J a T ht is
which an old resident would sea cpa o accommodating Some
them, and if I am wrong it my guests. It is situated in the
views I hope to be corrected. business part ofthe. town and
It is natural for one to go ;with faces the Court House park. The
the 'multitude, to pass over' the ;,ropr;etor is an affable old gentle-
usual lines of travel, and .to- visit '
placeswtman, and, as I soon learned, is ca-
pla es v,-th wbi h e as ec me p -r,t?, of' giving any am ount of
familiar by description. In this "
"i0!uable information about the
way I visited the St. Johns, with c-,iaty, and whateverhe-tells you,
all its places of resort; St. Angus- m b. Here, Mr
tine, and Orange county. Thou- may e ri .e .
Y!Aior. Iwould sua+,eqt.if' this
sands of people from my native g- could be persuaded to
State, and from other States filled gemb knowledge, acquired
hotels, boarding houses, and con- throgh a IIng series of years, into
veyances, seeking enrjoNment, a pr e o i o, and
-hell,' 6' "oesi h lon of -. a pamphniet for circulation, and
nieal~h,, or hiomes in rhe 1',nnd ot P .. .... .'
suni, f s a owe. h send it broadcast over the country
surishine, fruits and flowers'. "The-. ., i..
settlers whom we me, were, a]. it would accomphsh much in at-
o ., ., of a ca tracting settlers to this section.
most, without *?;cpto'f, of class .. ,
best fitted to build'a State and There is one 'ther house open
S t1 e r bloo as e, to the traveling public, said to be
";make. the desert blossom as the wel kep bMr. Stel Hee 1,iT
rose. It seemed to me that they .1 b Mr. Se. H
had ded mos. -, ,- arl4 say that in this increasing
had ,;acceeded most a~uiijv m i n A!! J U9 Al- -, -


the rtter, fir the poor pine land
and palmetto scrub of that sec-
tion looked, in its natural ,tate
almoAs as uUinviting to the fatmel


venient in size for persons desiring
but a small amount of land. These
he sells at moderate rates. There
are larger lots for those who wish
more land, or several adjoining lots
may be united. He has already
made sale of several of these lots,
and the purchasers are making
groves thereon. This enterprising
gentleman has also opened a land
agency in Ocala, where he proposes
to assist parties who have lands
for sale, in finding purchasers, and
parties desirous of locating, in
finding places. Such an agency
was very much needed, and no
more reliable and efficient man
can be found for such work than
Mr. John F. Dunn. If the citizens
. of Marion County are alive to the
interests of their section, they will
see that he is sustained in this
new undertaking. And here I
would make another suggestion.
In looking at the country between
this and Orange Lake, I saw many
large pladtations, only small por-
tions f which are row cultivated,
and in some instances not cultiva-
ted at all. About Ocala there are
many other snch places, also large
bodies of wild hammock, owned
by parties who will never cultivate


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What changes have taken place in tha-
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radical than in the treatment of diseases
In the olden Vme, nature prostrate wit]
pain and suffering, was attacked wit]
the lancet, calomel, blisters, starvation
and thirst. All this was done with hon
est intentions, but with terrible results
It is a pleasing fact that the enlightene,
public of the rresent day have discarded
such medication. The disorders that sal
the powers of life are now expelled bj
remedial agents, that brace up the vita
strength, while running its cause. Th<
qualities are found in an eminent degree(
in DR. TUTT'S VEGETABLE LIVER PILLS
They have become celebrated over a wid<
extent of the globe as the satest anc
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III COLICTwOR's MSLL
TOWN OF OCALA.
NOTICE is hereby given that the fol-
lowing described property as here-
inafter specified will be sold at public
auction on Monday, the
6TH DAY OF MARCH, 1876.
at Ocala, in t&e county of Marion, or so
m-ach thereof as will be necessary to pay
the amount of taxes due said town for
the fiscal yearending July the? first, 1876,
and duly assessed against said property,
together with the costs of sale and ad-
vertising, the amounts as specified set
opposite to the several descriptions;
John Bates; lots 1 and 2 of block W,
$2 38c.
Albert Clark; 1 block; $2.58.
Cathcart, T K; fr 1W acre lot; $4:35.
Caldwell, J & T W; 1 lot on public
square, $5.10.
DuPond, B E; lots- 1 and 2, block 66;
$3.60,
Douglas, Mrs. H; block 58; $4.60.
Dawkins, Wallace; 1 House and lots-
and 4, block 35 0 8 and lot 9 8SS; $5.15.
Gibson, Birch; 3 acre lot; $3.95.
Heivingston, S; 2 lots $2.35.
L'Engle, E M: of block 66, lot 3, block
27, lots 1 and 2, block 53, lots 3 arid 4
block 53; $10.73.
Lt wis, William; lot, -4I A -m t,, .xI 00,
*2 75.
Estate of B. Oats; interest of block
U $3 85.
Estate of John Ramaze; block 72 and
lots I and 2 block 71; $5.60.
Reddiclk, J M; 1 lot, block 66; $6.10
Rogers, S 8t Geo; fr block 21 0 S, lots
3 and 4 block 15 N 8, block 79 0 8, blocks
6 and 74, N S- $9.85.
Smith B M; lot 4, block 0 itot 4, block
27 lots 1 and 2, block 51 lots 1, 2, and 3,
block 17, and block 15; $4:10.
Reid, A M; block 16 lots 3, blocks 25
O S, $3.10.
Reid. A M. block 15. & lot 2, 3, and 4,
block 25 O 8, $3 35.
BauId win, James 1 house and lot $3.75.
S IMON BENJAMIlN,
Collector of Town Taxes.
feb.5--tf.f


The State Fair.
The first State Fair ever held
in Florida will open in Jackson-
ville on Washington's birthday.
Is there any other State in the
Union that would risk the venture
of making a creditable show of its
products on the 22d of February?
But with proper effort every sec-
tion of our State can be grandly
advertised to thousands of visitors
from every portion of the conti-
nent, at a time when anything
growing and blooming could not
be found elsewhere.
It is gratifying to observe that
the press in every portion of the
State is taking a lively interest in
the affair, and the State Fair.jrc-
turer seems to be going ahead of
even his well-known zenl and en-
thusiasm in his work. In our
exchanges from Tampa to Marian-
na, we find.notices that "Col.'J B.
Oliver delivered an earnest address
in behalf of the State Fair," etc.
We are glad that our o6d towns-
man and former '"brother-knight
of the quill" is doing such effec-
tive service iu so good a cause.
Let a-t1 of ,ir people imitpta hig
efforts and have Florida- proudly
illustrated to the thousands who
will attend her first Sate Fair.
We sincerely trust that every
county in the Middle will have
specimens of its products repre-
sentened there.--Floridian.


The Weekly Sun,
1776 NeW York. Isle
Eighteen hundred ana 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-
nected 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 the corruptions
and misdeeds ot Grant's administration;
and will, it is to be hoped, lay the foun-
dations4foria new and better period in
our national history. Of all this The
Sun will contain complete and accurate
accounts, furnishing its readers with
early 9nd trustworthy information upon
these absorbing topics.
The twenty-third Presidential election,
with the preparations fbr 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-
cerni;;g all these subjects, 'those who
read The Sun will have the constant
means of being thoroughly- well inform-
ed.
The WEEKLY SUN, which has attained
a circulation,-0 f yer eighty thousand
e6plem, airnady hngl Its Teaderg in every
State and Territory, we trust that tlT
year 1876 will see their number 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 x
clear, interesting and instiuctive man-
ner.
It is our aim to make the WERKL
SuN the. best family newspaper in, the
world, and we shall continue to give in
its columns a large amount of mfscella-
neous reading, such as stories, tales, po-
ems, scientific intelligence and agricul-
tural information, for which We are not
able to it ake room in oar 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. .4 .
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 -DAYI SUN, a large four page
newspaper of twenty-eight columns,
gives all the news for two cents a copy.
Subscription, paid 55e. a month or $6.50
a year. Sunday edition extra, $1.10 per
year. We have no traveling agents.
Address THIE SUN, New IYork City.
jan.l-4m,


F. E. HARRIS, Editor.


SATURDAY. February 5th, ,876.


4F


Reply to the Monticello Constitu-
tion.
In our issue of the 15th nit.
we endeavored to point out and
mildly rebuke certain peculiarities
of the present leaders of the two
political parties in this State.
In that article we certainly did
not intend to cast any reflection
upon the private character of the
accomplished editor of the Monti-
cello Constitution-whom we re-
Card aq a most excellent gentle-
man and a very valuable and wor-
thy citizen--when we alluded to
is, paper being made an "official
paper" while its neighbor, the
FPoridian, had never been so for-
tunate. We merely wished to
- ,.show that whether-_CfALJildes re-
garded Capt. Dyke as beingsa
straight-Out-Democrat or not he

was so regarded by the opposite
party. That was al1.
While we do not seek a contro-
versy of any sort with the editor
of the Constitution we want to ask
him a few questions and only a few.
In his last issue he says that he
was a straight-out-Democratic ed-
itor in Florida when the editor of
Tim BANNER was a 'shirt-lail'
bey driving up cows on his father's
plantation." If this be so, we
want to ask if this makes him an
Uold fossil," and if it does not,
-what does constitute politician
7an "old fossil?' Again, he says
he4 "would not for the world kick
out the most humble from the
Democratic ranks," and in his is-
sue of the week, before, he says the
"old stagers-thb 'fossilized poli-
ticians'--must retire for the pub-
lit weal." Will Colonel Fildes
please harmonize these two con-
flicting statements? If ia our ar-
ticle the "cap failed to fit" will
ba also inform us what he means
when he say& that "new men and
new measures must take the place
of the old," the "universal demand
ijs tO new a'nd untried standard-
bearers.- I tnli does"norpru
exactly what we said then we fail
to understand plain language.
-The Constittion either wiffully
Zo ignorantly misunderstands our
p0oilion. We So .not oppose a
.,traight-out-fight, but we do op-
pose new-comers to the State, and
Tqoung: members of a party, at-
tempting to throw overboard all
-the "old stagers-rthe 'fossilized
politicians-'"-which, sifted down
to its literal meaning, means simp-
ly to throuflbverboard the old citi-
Zenus of the State. "They have
,ladltheir day," says the Constitu-
tion, and 'they must now retire
for the public weal." We want
it distinctly understood that tills
ii the sort of straight-out-fighting
* -that we oppose and shall ever op-
>pose with all the strength that is
in us. ^
If the old residents of Florida--
those who are identified with the
.iState in ties as strong as triple-
"steel-"must retire for the public
weal," and surrender the State
into "untried hiands" then we say
:from.all such "Good Lord deliver
'-uTs.'" """
We can never advocate such a
Spoifey, at least-until South Care-
'lina, Mississippi and our own
State--States in which the voice
of the old citizens have been h ush-


ed and their counsels disregarded-
give us a better government than
weave hadin'the last eight years.
The Constitution, and its ful-
I6wers, may favor a stniig.,t-out-
fightof this order to their heart's
'+ desire, but they will please count
u out. When it comes to that
pass that thee old, tried and trust-
7 d citizens of Florida must be
driven into retirement for- the
"public weal" and the State turn-
id over to "untried hands" then
we will be ready to deny our birth-
kplce and give up our heritage.

2o the Editor of -the Banner:
Please Inform me who Mrs. Smith and
3) re. Jones in Mr. James' letters repre-
sent. SUBSCRIBER.
.*" AnAswer to Subscriber.
M : rs. Smith and Mrs. Jones to
whomr] Mr. James alludes in his
letters are two virtuous old ladies
-,Uand represent the chattering and
c criticising world.-ED.








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travel to your country, there will these fields or clear these 'ham- ---- -"
be 'a demand for new boarding, mocks. .Now people are beginning How Tobacco Must be Sold.
- houces. If the citizens of Ocala to make their way hither in search SINGULAR DECISION.
' w1 prepare themselves for this of homes. Most of th e are men Recent seizures by Supervisor
increasing demand and let it be of intelligence, good morals, of in- Fonlke, in the New En-gand
1 k.iown that all who come can find dustrious habits, and possessed of Statesre yseaythesufpbuegtof-
Statre estofrdaytte sofpubjet obf
lPood~board at reasonable charges a little capital; but they do not consideration by Commissioner
i Ocala will soon be filled with win- desire to purchase large tracts of Pratt, Deputy Commissioner Rod-
" ter visitors. land which they cannot cultivate, gers, and Mr. Kimball, cheif of
e Again, although your town Their motto is, "A little farm well the Tobacco Division. Relief was

: boasts two livery stables, the sup- tilled," or an orange grove of a asked by the partied whose grond
ply of teams is wholly inadequate few acres well cultivated. If the, had bee oseizued on the lawgroun
,~~~~~I t y, that their construction qt_ the law
f to the demand. Several of us cannot get what they want, they was not a violation of the" statute.
* have endeavored to get conveyan- will go elsewhere, notwithstanding The intertAl revenue authorities,
e ces for visiting different parts of the superior advantagesof soil and however, sustained the supervisor,
y the county but have not been climate that this section affords, and the result is of great impor-
successful. It see-ms to me that I am informed that parties have tance not only to retail dealers of
plug tobacco, but to the manu-
large and well kept livery stable come here with the intention of pagtoranwolesale dea a"
n i i, rpL'- ^ "ifac turer and wholesale dealer) as
_ would be a paying business. Could purchasing. Th* purchase money the custom of permiting the sale
not the right kind of a man be was ready. Tha owners were anx- of a portion of plug tobacco is to
e found to take hold of this busi- ious to sell; but when the bargain be discontinued. The Commis-
hess? seemed nearly completed, the own- stoner decides that strict construe-
s While thus waiting I have had er overestimating the anxiety of tion of the law requires that all
sales of tobacco must We made in
' the pleasure of visiting "Banana the buyer to possess the property, 'tamped original package.
Hill." The proprietor, Mr. A. L. suddenly increased his price. The To meet the demand for small
f Eichelberger, received us with a sale was at an end. The would- quantities five and ten-pound cad-
kindness that will be long-remem- be purchaser departed, and the dies or boxes must-be supplied by
bered, and conducted us over his county failed to secure a valuable the manufact1urer, or-f- lose
t his part of their trade Internal
extensive -groves, gardens--a-in- v ir i 8 8u a Policy as revenue officers will at once be in-
yards. Here we learned much of this that will "kill the ben that strutted to ive notice to all inter-
the capabilities of the county. A lays the golden egg." Men who ested in this decision, and the cus-'
problem was not given us for so- come here know what they want tom also of detaching plugs and
lution but we saw the problem and what they are willing to pay. cutting then up for convenience
solved. We here saw that semi- If gentlemen will sell them what in *seli ma11 pie is to be
ate w abolished, If the enforcement of
tropical f'uits,grapes, peaches and they want at a fair price, they will "this cnstrition is obnoxious to
other fruits, all kinds of vegeta- take it, pay the cash, pull off their the manufacturers they. can have
bles, cotton, corn, sugar-cane-in coats and help you build up a resources t3 the fount of every
fact an almost unlimited variety of county that will be the pride of blessing-(ongress.
productions-could be grown, and the S;tate; otherwise, counties .....
that all these seemed equally at about y-ou, much less favored by To YOUNG MEN,-I owe my
home. I am told that there are nature, will grow in wealth and success in life to one fact, namely:
few men in Central Florida who importance, while Marion county At the age of seventeen I com-
Itile ding somuchef, and continued for- years,
are doing so much for te devel- remains where she is. Grangs the daily practice of reading and
opment of this section as Mr. Orange county have resolved to speaking upon contents of some
Eichelberger. Hundreds of peo- sell lands to actual settlers, in historical or scientific book. These
ple visit his pjaee, all are treated quantities of from five to forty off hand efforts were made some-
with generous hospitality and acres, at low rates, on condition of times in the corn field at others
leave fully convinced that the rich immediate improvement. They in the forests, and not unfrequent-
I soil and genial climate of Marion are about to issue a circular setting hyn orseadisanbrnyauithors. I t
county will not refuse any reason- forth all the advantages of their is to this early practice in the
able demands made upon them. section, and inviting immigration, great art of arts that I am indebt-
Jan. 31st.-Since writing the Nor is Orange county alone in ed for the primary and leading
above, I have visited Orange Lake, this work. The land owners of impulse that stimulated me for-
ward and shaped and Moulded myI
and how shall I express my grati- middle Florida recently held a etre susqed etn y lm-
fs i-o ^ mn i* entire subsequent destiny. 1m-
fication at what I have seen? meetiDg in Tallahassee to instigate r7o..e, ha, voung gentlemen, the
Such vastrorauge groves, and such like action, superior advantag-esyou here en-
large tractsof fertilelands! I saw Now, Mr.'Editor, it i: with ,i joy. Let; uo (lay pass without
nothingJike it before coming, to people of Marion county to say exercising your powers of speech.
I- -Th~ere is no pay like oratory. Cme-
ahus county. It would well repay whether they wil! enter the ranks -hnre men by xi ton their
nnp t-rtalo n ^^.,^ f w i- -.' i 9 sorcontrolled men by excitino;tei
one to make a journey from New of progress or whether they will fears Cicero by cay!"fivating their :
York to visit the groves of J. A: remain as th'-"y... *-^e improve- affections nod swaying their pas-
Harris, and Rev. P. P. Bishop; ment gocs ,, ;.., urd them. sionq,. The influence of the orie
and there are many others inferior Let -the people advertise t.hir periefhe'i with t he.awathor: that of
only in extent, i would here county; let them make prepara-1the other connues tO ;hisdd/.-,,
mention the commendable exam- tons to accommodate those who _H, ry !ayy
pie of Mr. John F. Dunn, young come, with board an( with ilcili-
man fully imbued with the spirit ties for seeing their land;, lec them NEW ADVERTISEMENIS. ,
of tbe times, and wide awake to divide these lands into salable lots SIErETIF 'S SALE. !
the interests of the county in whichh at fair prices, and entrust their Y vitu o sundr i
he lives. Mr. Dunn purchased salk to a reliable agent like Mr, outof the Circuitand Justice courts
during the past year, a tract of Dunn (if' they cann n d t.-it1of Marion.county, State of Florida, and [
wild orange land, consisting ot themselves) and they will see their upon and will offer for public sale before
one thousand acres, on Orange county entering upon a career of the Court FHouse door in the town of
T i i-- .L r prosperity never eo~rea ttained. Ocala, on the first Monday in March, A. t
Lake Thi trat les i cloe P^~y everbefoe atain d.. 1876, to the highest bidder for cash,
prox Tisit trath extens ivrnv cls H^oping these suggestions will the following described property, to -wit: i
proxmt to t hA extensive grove be as well received as they are in- oshi 2 orange and nwortheastio qurtowr
of Mr. J. A. Harris, and also ad- tendedsi 2 a~ 1 rdnrh~s nre .
joins othprlw fna an T '* ,,,adwshl fsuhatqatro e-on ier large groves, as well I am, sir, most truly yours, tion 28, township 12. range 21, and east i
as a thirty-acre grove of his own. TRAVELER. half of northwest quarter of section 34, r
nphi *../.* >^.1,1 T- i township 12, range 22, and southern cor-s
1This tract could be purchased on- : ---- o--- her cf section 24, township 12, range 21 I
]y in a body, an few are able or At its late session in Charleston, east; cor.taing 420 acres more or less. s
,ti,. C!/,,ti n,.-T n r ieivedi upon as the property of John
desire to purchase such a tract, the South Carolina Conference o. Mattthews to satisfy the said execu c
Knoino th vano f tin nn^passd a resolution forbidding+ tions wherein leff,.-rson H. rennin' s and
Kvnowin the value ot this land Methodist ministers attending..cir- others are Plain tfi anad Jobn O.0 Mat- r
to fruit-growers, and anxious to cuses, a.ioue .1thews is Defendant. !
s e it i p o e, r. D un mad ue This 5th day of F+[brw yl A. D : 1876. c
se ,it mpoeM.Dnmae--__ W.g. M6GRATH, t
th ucas n ivddte rc Guilty, with some doubts of febh--td, bherff.
the purohseo ad f iie d acr e tract, con- beig the man that did it," is o ubscribe for THzl &^flat>Dd Detroit I
*nt lot of. a e"e eccn a Hoster verdict, k. !reePrm. Oal ft.fi a Tir


and fruit grower, as do thRi de,.-"-
, of Egypt. "My inespcrec: reu-
l-deceive me," thought I. aTh;'
poor land must possess t'mei.i
of fertility not np,.,*ent .to thc
eye; but'are no lands in lo"rid-
more productive than t.-1se?-
lands that would yield greater re-
turns from the same investment ol
money, industry and iza ieflir;ence?'
Just then a copy of your valuable
paper was placed in my hand by
one who had visited Ocala and
was well pleased with your sec-
tion. This paper c.atained sev-
eral interesting articles on Ocala,
Silver Spring, Blue Spring, Orange
Lake, and other localities in Ma-
rion county. "If these people
have such a beautiful and, fertile
country, why don't they advertike
r-it?" BF i: IT. ;.. ". t hcrd of
Silver Spring and ',ve heard
Orange Lake mentione'1 but I
have never heard of Sll..!n coun-
ty, or of the other places in it,
that are described here. Perhaps
these good people wish to give us
the pleasure experienced by ex-
plorers and discoverers in unknown
regions; will go there and see
for myself."

I took passage on the Ocklawa-
ha river boat at Palatka, and was
soon in Marion county; but noth-
ing of the country could be seen
on account of the tropical luxu-
riance of the primeval fore, f that
embowered this little river. At
'Siver Spring we found ourselves
in the center of the county; but I
could scarcely realize that we were
now in the midst of a region that
had once been the wealthiest in
the State, and tha thelittle water-
trail in the viltric.-ss by whb,::"
we had come, had Lt'ne millions
of dollars worth of produce to the
markets of the world. This I was
informed was a fact. It is not my
object, to describe the wonderful
beauty of Silver Spring. for that
has ofter, h(:<.-c !o*:r;- -n .uld
not hope to better 0 22;:r3?.;ons
already giv3r! n J w,' ...
my surp rf +:+ I.;ave
been tak,.i, ior ih er<::.i,:r; of a
large hot Q : ,,;u;e p-1 .g'^ fa-
vore,'by ri.su-e- s m .-
*ited. 4n"+id' s c'f pr o X-ake
.a pilgrimage to this fountain in
the wilderness. They have traced
:the crystal water of Silver Spring
run tothe temple from which it
eminates. They pay their tribute
of admIitationi to the water-god,
and thlien look about them. They
find in the forest a turpentine dis-
tillery that manufactures large
quantities of turpentine and rosin,
a store, one or two dwelling hous-
es, and a boarding-house,-this
last openfcd by the enterprising
proprietor of the Ocala House for
the benefit, of his guests before
"taking the hack. for Ocala. Con-
eluding that there is inathing more
.to be seen, or failing to find suffi-
cient accommodation for a large
company, most of our tourists re,
turned. Several, however, together
with the writer who l-ad come to


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\0*"In Circuit Courti q *

For W Fifth Judicial Circuit cfF lw-
\ \ ida, Marion county. '
i IN CHANCERY, '
BDl for partition of lasts.
.. JSEPH CALDWELL, :
\ V8.
Martha C.j Caldwell, Jo eph-r ald well,
James J. lualdwell, John C. S. Brown,
W. M. Greer an,| Nancy, his ife;Joseph
C. Cofflield nd Eva E.,'hi wit,; --Le-
gin and Madotai his vll'e;'P b. Brook:
and Henriet a, his wife; George Lane and
Jane, his wife; ,Ain'ahail 'Nivigh *Rnd
Amelia, his wife; James C. Boozer and
William McMorris.
Bill for p).rtitioii of certaiai tracts of
land being andosituate in .-aid County
and State, and more particularly describe,
ed as follow s, to-wit--
The nor heast quarter of aorthwest
quarter anw northwest quarter of north-
west of northwest quarter of section 9,
township 5, range 20, contalbing 240
acres, mote or less. x: t
Lot 1 ot section 17; to-wnshio 15, range
22, contiayuing 79 acres, more or less.
The southeast quarter ofi southeast
quarterr Yndi northeast quartof o section
8, township 15.. rau 23, cotaining 200
acres motre or le". ;
TEe southeast q nrter,16 southwest
quarter of section 3, tyWfn.wp 15, range
,, and north h,.if of northwest quarter
of section 10, township i, rangee 23, and
cast half of !r,-'rli<--iast. .=u.-&... of O tlon
9t(. .ownhip !>5, range 23, the sa'nt coa _,
tainlng 157 acre, mire r lts, .
The soutawrst quarterr of northwest -
quarter of t 1,1ion 9, t.o-..uship 15, range
22, containing 37 acres, more.or less.
The east half of northwest quarter .of
section 6, townshi p 15, range-238 contain-
ing 79 acres, more or less.
The east half of southeast quarter of
section 25, township 15, r:ange 23, and
north half of northeast .q1a r er and east
half of north weSL quarter and south half
of southeast quarter of section 5%, town-
ship 15, ra nge 2:, 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 cres, 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 southeast quarter of section
9, township 15, range 3.3, containing 119
acres, more or less.
The north half of southwest quarter of
section 10, township 15, range 23, con,
training 80 acres, more or lea,
The southeast quarter of northwest
quarter and northwest quarter of Borth-
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.
The north half of section 8, township
15, range 23, containing 320 acres,, more
or less,
Lot in the town of Ocala, numblred
Amd described on the niaps 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 the Court,;
It is Ordered, That the said defendants
plead, answer or demur to-the saidbill
on or before the Rule Day in January,
A. D., 1876, to-wit ; The first ,[onday !a'
January, Ai D., 1876; and if by that time /
no answer, plea or demurer is filed by
them as aforesaid, then and in that caj t
a deciee pro onfeaso will be eatered by
the Court. .....
It is further ordered, That this order
be published in the tast Florida Banner
for'the space of eight weeks. -
Z J. H.GOSS,
Nov. 25th, 1875. Judge.


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ager sum time ago, which it ain't kleen
got over yet. Fur if yu will jist notis
the sines uv the times in the papurs,
yu will se that jist immediately preeve-
ous tu evry election Blaine, ur sum uv
them big fellers what tends tu the
health uv our national burd an zamines
its pulse evry time the people want,
public survants, kummenses to shaik
up at Washinton an sware that the
ager is kummin bak agin, ur that tha
don't bleeve it wuz ever kleen kured
uv it tu first; an immejitly tha take a
preventive medicine in the shape uv
defeetin a amnesty bil, or tha giv it
another dost uv sivil rite enforcement
pils. The old burd iz dost so much
hear lately that all the fethers has fell
off uv his Suthern .end an its gwine tu
taik a long time tu git 'em tu gro bak
agin. Tha du hav a hard time gittin
our gloryus burd kured uv that ager,


* MARION COUNTY.


BY virtue of the authority Vested in
ne- by a Decree or Judgment of Fore-
Ilos,';re and sale rendered the 80th day of
Mar,'!., A. D., 1872, in a cause pending
n the Circuit Court of the 5th Judicial
Uirctii of Florida, in and for the county
of Marion, wherein Samuel A, Swann,
Trustee, was a Complainant, and the
Fiotria Railroad Company is Defendant,
I will offer for sale and sell at public
outcry, in front of the Court House door
n, the town of Ocala, county and State
aforeeaid, on the fist Monday in Febru-
ary, A. D., 1876, being the first day of
said month, the roadway, depots, sta-
;ions, franchises and equipment, and
all the right title, interest, possession or
equity of redemption of the said Defend-
an ti.- of, in, or to the roadway, depots,
stati.ons, franchises and equipments, ani
all other rights and interest thereto be-
ongilg between Waldo, (the Cedar Keys
uuction,)' and southward in the direc-
tion of ampa Bay and known as the
?lui hern Section of the Florida Rail-
road'i'or so much thereof as is necessary
for ""' payment of the outstanding Bonds
p 'rinpal and interest, issued by the
Flotida Railroad Company, and to secure


Temperature of the Weather for
the Week.


TAKE THE ISheriff'sSale. /
SIMMONS' LIVER REGULATOR. WEKTLY AND TEl-i'EKLY 8"O. MARION COUNTY. /.
BY virtue of an execu-tion iss-y out
ktr all Diseases of the dtLiverr An Independent as ntrnhis Devotedto the of the County Court of MarionyDunty, 1l
Stomach and Spleen. Florida, and to me dlrectfed, -herein e
Interest of thiState. Benjamin Wyman is Plaintiff d W J.
oMalarious Fevers, Bowel complaints, h M. Griner, Administrator of t estate of s
Dhspepsia, Mental Depression, Restless- "Live and let Livei AS Motto. Martin Griner deceased, is o Dfst n 21, I n
nes, Jaundice, Nausea, Sick Headache, have levied upon an, will ofer for sale of
Colic, Constipation and Biliousness. It has seemed to us fo| the past three before the Court Housee door the town T]
It is eminently a Family Medicine, and years that there is a fePi for successful of Ocala, on the first Mondey in Febru-
by being kept ready for iamediate resort, journalism in this city 1A u State which ary, A. D4 ,1876, between tio legal hours j
will save many an hour of suffering and has only been partially cultivated, or of sale, to the highest bidder for cash, the 1
mapyadla i ie n doctor's bills. spasmodically occupied, and that th-e following described propeyt w it:
Al't-r Forty Years trial it is still re- time has now come for taiore determin- S d of section 19, and of section 30, a
ceivng the most unqualified testimonials ed effort in thi direttictio The unoccu- andt shei of" 14 erandwof n e; andr es
of, W v irtues, from persons of the high- pied field alluded to is .hat of independ- n of s e sandswiof s e andne t
ostmcharater and responsibility. Efi- ent, honest, unbiased, pit d frank criti- r w up ofoeton to satisy we ovf ew-.
neht physicians commend it as the most cism of public men and m p lilirt measures and u w I of s w of section 21, all in a
er. A T in the interest of soml good township 14, range 22; alao, the eooflsae e(
Llj~b L~ UAJJ ftl~lriL' government, and a hlgh4- civilization. ofsco 2,adtee one ofe-f
for Constipation, Headache, Pain in the smThe pagn the historic Of Our state ia- tn 25, and s e J of section 1, and n J of
Shoulders Dizziness, Sour Stomache, lustating r i n since recon- n e J of section 12,ttows.p14 range
bad tast in thelouth billions attacks, struction isnotonethalwe can dwell 21; also, the W J of s w of section 6, 1
Palpitations of the Heart, Pain in the u- pot wth theli rrhest sisfaction; and township 14, range 22 eag; 1,392 acres,
region of the Kidneys, despondency, it is not one that offers 1 the student in more or less, ti
glfoom undl forebodings of evil, all of the current politics 6 the country, Leved upon to satisfy t e above exe-, I
which arethe offspringof a diseased Liv- the rest examples of pi.teo sm or of caution. W. J. MeIATH, r
er.1 good morals in politiqp, or of sound I.Sheriff Marioi co., Fla. ft
Thei Liver, the largest organ statesman ship. Nevertheless, all that jant.-6t.td. P
in the body is generally the seat has been wrong in -action or in party pol- F
of t&e disease, and if not Regu- icy, mayccS haveFF ben'prt heieesyI
^latd n time, ret suffering, otgot o h as- ~ ^~ nd ^ CXitD SHERFF' SA ,
enstee. a construction, and also of ,the dividing MARION COUNTY.
+o feel Dull, Drowsy, De- of parties on nu*w 'A. living is TY VIRTTE I YOUiite, have freq l sues. Without .;:- -* the past D directed, vh,-1, Mkae M _
S Mouth T..-- i-,.-y,w.. too closely or seem, -o criticise is Plaintiff and Abner H. Met'or, ; : ;
l at &ndr '1.-4, (. oat-d' its salient p, ointh-s ." -;y. ;-E Is safe Defendant, and 1obertErw.:P:'-.'.- "
:-r: ."--^, ^tht ..i,- aw ^s,-tiw same rfendant, a>. ^../ j
Tll-: acoina t "1i ur over a ne h 7ea.r in pu Stewart, Administratrix. is Plc,;n,..
'i{ wil cure so speedily and methods of cou-dncting politics and in the same Defendant, I Itve levied upon
"111.11the sleci.- o{ 1,,,i,i,' servants; If pa and will sell before the Court House door
Vy =.,d.+- ,,1i.- in the past,4eeie-d narrow adI f.caNoiW:iythh1V
,11.havia ever seen or tried such a siem- 'In'oth d ou tlhe .servatww all e town f Ol76. the fo ll *
pie, efficacios, satisla-ctory and pleasant- servants h a3 I, o pebrur,- 1876. the followin-
reedy in my: -,., "-/. !ta~.r, .':. Lovis. the essenais l-thatin well r'ulat,'co, esoribedp-
munities are deemed iudespunsibl. have de s Mb -p (,-:d beginning at the K
.-.-, .." a ^ I been lamentably seficient the occasion southeast corner of section 24, township b
0J-on. -, % : ,%,t^. no longer exists, ot tie State is rapidly 12, range 21 east, runningunorth 20 chains, c
"Ioc'cassi,-,-ai~iy use, when my condi- filling Up with first-class mer-men who thence west 80 chains," thence north'60 e
tiQn requires it, Dr. Simmons' Liver Re- do their own thinking and theni own vo- chains, thence west 40 chains, thence
ul it)r, with good effect."-,Hon. Alex H. ting, and who will be satisfied Only with
Stepn.a StteGovenmet tht snidlbe on-south 60 chains, thence south 45 degrees I
Stepestl. y a State Government that shltbehon- east 56 chains and 57 links, thence eastV
Governer of Aiabamy. estly aud economlcally ad'minis~red., 0cantec ouh4 his hne
Governor of 4abamy. If the Republican party in this State t0 chains, thence south 40 chains, thence"
east 10 chains, thence north 20 chains,
"Your Regulator has been in use in to-day is the synonym for houcty and thence west 60 chains, thence north 4&
mv fanifly for some time, and 1 am per- ability, and for right part), action chains to the place of beginning.
.iiadh.l. it is valuable addition to the and a liberal policy with re.trd to chais to the place of eginnng.
mod~ cfal'science."- Oov. J. Gi-ll Shorter, mnen and m-easures, then let it fiencefor- ALSO:.
Ala. *ks ward be sustained; but if. on the contra- The southwest quarter and west half l
"I haye used the Regulator in my fam- ry, it is ruled by those who c;.ri not for of northwest quarter, and the southeast
il3 ir tw. a-t ..,venteen years. I can the public welfare, nor Republican tri- quarter of northwest quarter, and north-
saiS-ly r.omnn, iiI it to the world as the umns, but who m..rge all in personal ag- east quarter of northwest quarter of sec-
tl-; noli,'i, It have ever used for that grandisement or individual "success, tion 35, township 12, range 21, 317 acres;
(-hl-o, .) a -it purports to cure."- 'hen let the- new settlers, whose pros- and southwest quarter of northwest
I.L F. Tk,:,1,. parity in their new hon.es defends so quarter of section 9, township 19, range
"President of C,'y Bark, much on good government and honest 21, 40 acres; and lots 1 and 2 of section
public servants, unite with those who 19, township 12, range 21, 90 acres; and
Simmons' L iv., Regulator has proved think aG th y do, of the older citizens, to west half of northeast quarter, and west
a ,z,,odei etliceaci us medicine."-r0. A- demand a recognition of the principle half of southeast quarter of section 28,
ett,,,g. that the State is above party and the township 12, range 21, 160 acres; and
Druggist& people above all. Party triumph is northeast quarter of northwest quarter of
n meaningless and worthless unless, it section 23, township 17, range 19, 40
"We have been acquainted with Dr brings with it public good; and the mere acres; all situated in the aforesaid county F
.i,,,imn,,s' la1ver Medicine for more than Z
tw 111 iist i v,.r Medinow ttor moe than bestsuccess of individuals, irrespective of and State of Florida. F
tLvr iiv y:r..t,, ;and know it to be the best public benefit, is not an object to call Levied upon and to be sold as the prop- f
Livvr R-ci.ii-ttor offered to the public."- fot the^ highest efforts of party men, or erty of the Defendant in said executions. ti
M. R. Ly, and -. L. Lyon ilefontane, ^offparty organization; and it will not in Terms cash.b i
Ga .. -n the future, for this would be just the op- Postponed from last sale day. 0
"I wa-si ured by Simmons' Liver Reg- poslte of the older and true idea of the W. J McGRATH, t
uiator, after having suffered several years uses of party jan8 tri5t. Sheriff
with ChIlls and Fever.'- It seems to us now, as before observ-
soT. Clergy ed, that there is not only room and the SHERIFF'S SALE. 1
i The Clergy, opportunity for an independent.newspa- .
"My wfe and self have used the Regu- per in the State, but also a necessity for C
latorf0ortqir<- and testify to its great one. This need in Florida Journalism 7UMTER COUNTY.
v,. J.E/el'r, Perr, Ga. to supply by the publication BY virtue of an execution issued out
n ,, this city of a Tri-Weekly and Weekly of the Circuit Court for the uth -Judicial
--T ~ies EndorseSmteecont.
Lames endorsement, newspaper, to be called "THE FLORIDA Circuit of Florida, fot Sumter county,
"Ili a ve i% eu your medicine P. thorough ST N, the first number to be issued on and to me directed. I T ave levied upon
trial, and .n no case has it tailed lo give Saturday nc-= .Tannary 22 full satisfaction."--Ellen 2eacam,, Chat- printed on good paper, and_ made as at- Hotuse docr in the town of Leesburg, on
t(,hooche, Fla. tractive as good workmaiship carefo. IAondat,. thic 3rd day of..,a-t y, A. D..
p -^,o. .,,7 supervision, and large e1.ence can l875, th.c following describe-pproperty,
--.. .qe .. ... {Tnakpit, It w'i d be devoted to Frida to-wit: .
"From {'ctua!, experience in thf *iuse of masters specially, political, alricultnr- I The fractional east of souf ;, i of
s-,i- ,, in myvrna,-tlcc, I havebeeka. a-.-p ad industrial, tlihreby ,urnishiung a -ection 9, at, west of southwest of
and azm, satisfied to use nd prescribe it medium of comuniuIcation -,, new set- section 10, towsip 20>, 010.1,o0 range
as purgat,ve n~edlcm. --- r. J. W. 1M--, t1 ers and the old citiz s f t i 'ta, t 22 east, an( !vst of block lto. 2-1, in
son. I with friends in the North and West, and I the town of Adams\ville, and lot No. 9 in
s1 R 7 Floida C7Veretce the ont-4de world grenerally. Block 3:3, and fractional lots No. I and 2
M. E. Flor' The Su-,eveit be devoted to the pecu-1 and blocks NoI and 18 ill the town of
"I have need Dr: Simmons' Liver RP.Z- ; liftr q rest of no one party, individual, Sainiterville. .
uilator in my f;..ml~y for Dyspepsia >.'t class, or sec; ion, but the friend of aill who Levied upon as- the property of Wilson
Sick Il-eadache, and regard i an inva- labor to build up the Stale and the na- W. Ca'sady to satisfyt an execution in
able remedy. It has not failed to agive tion to make men happier, more intelli- favor of Johnston, Crews & Co,
relieff in Qny instance."--Rve. W. F. Eas- gent, more public spirited, and therefore This November 29thi, 1875.
tviriing. better citizens, and better united. MATTtEW W. DOZIER,
President Oglefhfrpe College. Without the wish or the purpose In the Sheriff Sumter co., Fla,
"Simmons' Liver Regulatorq isertain- least, to interfere with any other public, dec4--td,
;lv a pecfc"or that classol emp^ t cation, may we not confidently appeal to The above sale is postponed until the
which it: claims to cure."--Bev.David the reading portion ot our State, to give first Monday in February.
Wls us their confidence and their patronage MATTttEW W. DOZIER,
-^ INTAE OF A FALR O RCOR. in this new enterprise? Sheriff Sumter co., Fla.
No hopeNC to Aak ourR N R O D ^ papg. so much Jan8--td.
eWhen Siiuii..n-' Liver Regulator has of a necessity, and such a trie exponent
'been properly taken, of the progress and of the be',ter feelings NTOTICE TO DEBTORS
r J. H. ZEILIN & Co Proprietors: ot all ood citizens, at this Centennial JMAND CREDITORtS, &c.
r, r" .^,,^ p,.riod in our history, that al subscrib- *WHEREAS, by an order made and
N VOTICE TO DEBTORS ers ot the New South, will nrt only re- fle by th Hon. Wm. R. Hillyer, Judge
t L i _AND CREDITORS. new their subscription, but (Dmmend it of Probate for Mlarion county, Florida,
f All persons having demands against tO their neighbors ^^gddyo aurA 86
fthe estate of JOEL L. LOMAN, late The "Weekly will be amonirthe largest ony th 3dicsn d ay mnsrt of JaurheD, 86
'. of Marion county, Florida, deceased, papers printed in the State, 326x40; and estate of Henry W. Dickson, late.of said
s are hereby notified to present the same to the Tri-Weekly 22x32. Pr'ce of the county de eased, was removed and her
me duly authenticated within the time Weekly, $2.50 per year in advance or meters of administration revoked, and,
prescribed by law, ot the same will be $1.50 for six months. Whereas, on the 18th day of January,
barred payment. All persons .indebted Tri Weekly $4.00 per yearin advance, A. D. 1876 T, F. N. F~oy, of said county
to said estate are requested to make pay or $2.25 for six months, and State, was dualy appointed by said
ment to the undersigned. N. K.SAWYER. Judge Administrator de bonis nan, and
W. J. McGRATH, Sheriff, Jacksonville, Fla., Jan., 18 1876. Whereas, on or about the 28th day ot
and Ex-Olffcio Administrator, Marclh, . D., 1870, said Mary R. DiCk-
dc8"8w pIR AC itLr^TORA SALi softA Aministratrix a~ aforesaid, filed a
f TSBrnr~r~lR^ \llwritten Suggestion of Insolvency cf said
Notice ih b L uI n AL. estate: according to law in said Probate
.i ,--- .---w court, now this is to notify, all persons.


It S HEREBY GIVEN to all persons having demands against said estate 1
Y L who have in their possession property MARION CU TY file teim without delay, duly authenti-
of anv kind whatsot-verobelongin r0 uto TTOR t Q h P %,i ..i..a +ve + fo. cated according to law. .....


6 p. m. 75
76.
t" 56.
54.
65.
'- 50.
"48.


FRIDAY, 6 a. m
Saturday "
Sunday, "
Monday, "
Tuesday,
Wednesday, "
Thursday, "


63' f. 78.
67. m. 86.
59. m 60.
50. Da 55,
50. nm 67.
43. m, 53.
40. mi 67.


We return thanks to His Excellency but then I'd jist like tu, obzerve a re-
Governor Stearns, for an appointment mark which iz that it wuz an all-pbired
to represent the State of Florida a(hU big ager, an it takes a heep of medi-
luffherr) States ImniiuraLion Conven. cine, tu kure such an arer even after it
tvon to be held in the City of New Or- iz wel. J Im,
-is on the 1st of March next. The l-- ^yT^ A t AJLS, i
oh ;e '. ? tl'.:..- L :ventw i -+ s,-T. forth--
*-' 'the subjects .^ l, u,-;1 f ,; ^is,usion, OCALA HoUsE--E. J. HARfo, Proprietor.
+e. t eans ofron.6ing Im- Week ending Feb. 4tfh, 1876.
T V Johnston. PA,4n1m ., ':, I;,
.Ijration to the Southern States," .... k ,,
Dr A B Bro~okivz,,.ar......, t.:
"- '-tablishfi ent c lm ,nro ration Iu. c.,. e ,-c .. .... ,
.... .. a, ." gbert J Gal : ., G ,, N Y, ,
reaus;" "The Leg"slation needed by Fjoy M Johnston, Poughkeepsie, N Y;
different States in aid bf the Enter- H F Dutton and wife, G.dine-vilh., Fla;
prs." Nicholos Koenij, Westerly, R I; L H
prise" Cathan, Beaufort S C; Bartow Hestor,
Dramatic Enter nlunm t. Orange Lake; James H Moon, Lake
W earn tht te Oa Ama r Ware; John B Moon, do; T A Lanier,
We learn that the 0 Troupe, so well and favombly known to Belle Boyd, Virginia; C Huntly, Gaines-
this community' have revived their vile, Fla; Col WL Gordon, Georgia;
organization, and will atian early day George Ray, Ohio; John S Wark, New
favor Ocala with one of tfeir entertain- Philadelphia, Ohio; Solomon S Slater,
ing exhibitions. Knowinj the material Zanesville, 0; J L Rider,'New Hamp-
B ,., i shire; A F Fhuston, do; Jess-eD Bak-
of which the Troupe is opposed, and s A F F
I. .. .. _- ,t ....f __ er, O hio.


whi 6c said Trust Deed, or Mortgage, was
executed. W. J. McGRATH,
Sheriff Marion co., Fla.
japut--6t.td..
T.,e above sale is porti-oned until
V[,,lu L ,.. ()'ii da 1' ifIre-h, A; D.
"*;g 'W ,J /M -i A H


iruCrgpgf Lao I D I

Col. H. M. MC CAPTY, Real Estate
-gent, Louisville, Kv., is osga riing a
Kentncky Colony to Florida. He will
be in jacksonville d Q i1.,- State Fair,
comurnencina Feb., 2'-1,. .a ties having
hands, for sale can confer with him-. Col.
Mlc'Carty's references and endorsements
will' be satisfactory.- jn22.--lm


Sll0HESTIW
SEWINC
MACHINES.



"DOMiESTIC" PAPER FASHION&
WMB4*P&ttwumsd*. Bond Scti~tor Catalo*t
AUtis DOMSTI0 8EWING MACBN ME 0
AillUWMjre. W NZW TOMK.
SASTONISHING.
" Yet forty days, and Nin evah sJwaU be over-
thrown;1'
Future events prophecied by rules in
Benner's Prophetic Book.. Fortunes
foretold in the ups and downs of prices for
the n4xt twenty years, the future judged
bv thp past. What years to make money
on pA-iron, hogs, corn, provisions, cot-
ton, *nd when we will have the hext pan-

ic, wat year hard times will end and
K ** _^t -4- Vvorvl-T *ftrmp~tft


the appreciation in wmcbi mey are nero
we bespeak for them a f5il house, and
for the audience a pleasaht'time.
Look for their announcement in our
next issue. .
,-.--------------- --2-
Orange Lakes Oranges.
Says the JacksonwvlleUnwn: We
have' received from E. !. Chambers,
Esq., of Orange Lake, a fcx of oranges
and lemons raised at thA "place. Mr.
Chambers in a note acco npanying the


We advise all who study economy in
th(- household and who appreciate good
coffee to try the extra Rio, fresh raosted
just received by V. Hillyer & Co. There
is a great saving over pleen coffee at
their prices.
Sea Foam for light bread and cakes is
the suicst preventive of a sour husband.
Hillyer has it
To DRUGGTSTS, HARDWARE AND GEN-
ERAL ME! CHANTS.-I carry in stock from
1,000 to 3,000 -boxes of window glass, (the
largest stock in. 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
f;/-i-g Ues a,',Id I guarantee bottom prices.
Send tor latest quotations.
Truly yours,
P. F. TA.ALE;
Charlcston, S. C.
Hillyer hLs a few of the best Sausage
Cutters and Stuffers combined ever yet
brought to this county.


business revive again Every iaine,
manufacturer, legitimate trader and
speculator should have this book to know
the future, so as to avoid loss and be suc-
cessful. Sent to anv name, jpost paid,
for $1. Address SAMUEL EINNER,
Bainbridge, Ross County, 0.
jn22-1m,

MS- FOR 1876. -29
A PPLRTOTS' JOURNAL a House-
-ihold weekly Magr ziwe, Devoted to
T,-*. LituAt~ure, and all Mlattere of
T -." i ..1 Culture. APP%,ETONS' .s oJR-
.\-i, pears in new +;. *e and with other
mech.-.'ral inw, oveinents, makingit the
ha5?,dsmest kmcekly literary journal in
the country. APPILLTONS' JOURNAL aims
to beecrmprehensive, including in its plan
all branches of'literature, and treating
all s9lbieCts of interest to intetigent read
ers; it designs to be elevated in tasts and
pure in tone; it gives in quantity fully
twenty-five per cent. more than the larg-
est ofthe Monthly Magizines; while in
quality its literature is of the highest
class, Price, $4 per Annum; 10 cents per
Number.


box, says f
"In the box you wilf find oranges
that bloomed early last ,+ring, and you
will find &on.m green oranges that
bloomed in Juy, bot,-nh r-od crops ; and
and now the tree is bloomning again for
the third crcup since last spring- The
tree is a large sweet orange tree, not a
budded tree. I think you will say
Orange Lake can produce, as fine fruit
as any-part of the.State."....
,-i Mr. Cbainprs was r We dn
. y just .,,.,"af >-i'ihl W o d.
' 7e have seen no finer samples of fruit
lis season l
i Belle Boyd.


BULLOCK & FERGGUSON,
Solicitors.


dec4.-tda


As announced In bur last issue this
'fady reached Ocala on Monday last,
but arrived too late to deliver her lect-
ure on that evening. On Tuesday
night it rained, so the lecture was
posi'poned until the following evening.
On Wednesday, the night was beautiful
and clear, yet Only about twenty per-
sons, all-toldi were present, to listen, to
a personalrecitatdon of the adventures
;of a lady in the capacity of soldier, offi-
,,cer, prisoner, and spy;-as told from her
ovwn lipM which Miss Boyd took as an
on en that Southern sentiment had died
i'out in- this -part of Floridak and we
think she-was about right.
As a'literary production the lecture
'fell far shortrof general expectation, and
the unyielding, unforgiving spirit in
which it was delivered, and the bitter
allusions which formed its princpal
feature, fell on cold and unappreciative
ers.
Miss Bwyd lives in the spirit of the
past: broods over her own sorrows and
the public woe she thinks has befallen
the South; she imagines herself a mar-
tyr, unappreciated even by her own
countrymen, and is more to be pitied
than condemned".
,. -Jime on Polltjks.
----K FL0R1, DLO Y,-Jan. 29, 1876.
Tu"the Eddytwuof the Bvnner:
It has been 'so long,, sence I tit you
a peece fur yore papur that I rekkon yu
think I am ded an gone tu be an angel,
but I ainL I'm still a supherin uv the
,"pangs an aersrm UV 0u.rageous f6f -
chune;,* as Billy Shahk spear sez, fur
I'm still in the land uv the livin; an
Mariar Jain ain't ded -yit nuther, tho
the bax got tu banlin phlat irons with
0o konsidorashun Afu- mi pheelins,
whieh:iz a bad sine fur her helth.
I don't ritely no what tu tawk tu yu
bout in this lettur-but I sa, ain't this
hearAinvrykin Egle, the gloryus burd
uv our kuntry, what in 1776 tuk that
British Buzzurd sich a gQllwhoppin
lik-ain't At a gittin up? In the sub.
lime wards uv the points, "it are."
It4h4 at last arroyed tu the remark-
able aige Uv a hundred yersian it wood
hav arroved tu that aige long agore if it
hadn't bin sik a good deel in its yung
iwz, an bad a bad fit uv fo (4) yers


Notice.

n Circuit Court, 5th Judica circuit
of Florida, &umner counV.
IN CHANCERY.
JAMES Joi~mq .
Complainant,
WILSON 1W. CASStDY |
and others, Defendants..
IT APPEARINM by affidavit that, the
defendants, William H. Chaffee and
Thomas S. O, Brien, of the firm of Wil-
liam H. Chaffee & Co., arid Archibald S;
Johnston, Abram J. Crews and Archibald
S. J. Perry, of the firm of Johnstoni
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 be served upon them;
It ms therefore Ordered, That the 'said
defendants do appear, answer, plead or
demur to the bill filed in said suit, other-
wise the same shall be taken as confessed,
and a decree pro confesno entered. -
It is furtldr Ordered, That thto order
be published for foft mouths in the East
Florida Banner.


NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.


By virtue of a final decree of foreclo
sure of mortgage, issued out of tie
Circuit Court of Marion county,Sth Ju-
dical Circuit of Florida, wherein Joseph
B. Enocks is plaintiff, and De Grasse F
Mulford is defendant, I have this day lev-
ied upon and will offer for sale before the
Court House door in the town of Ocala
on the 1st Monday the 6th day of March
A. D. 1876, to the highest bidder, for
cash, the following described property
to wit: The undivided one htlf interest
of the S W I of N E and S E I of N Ft
of Sec. 3l, and N W and N -of S W Io
Sec 32, T 11, Range 24, South and East
containing 328 acres, more or less, Lev
ied upon to satisfy the above decree, this
29th day of January, A D. 1876. *
W J. McGRATA,
Sheriff.


SPECIAL ANNO---UNIEMENT.


iF. N. JFO Y,
Administrator de bonis non,
Jan. 22nd, 1876.

N OTICE OF FINAL DISMISSAL.
Six months after the first publication
.of this notice, I will present my accounts
and vouchers as Exectitor of the Last
will and testament of PAUL McCOR-
M1CK, deceased, to the Honorable Judge
of the County Court for Marion county,
Florida, ard ask for a finai discharge
from tL 3 said estate.
THOSE. C. ELLIS,
Executotr
This Dec.- 14th, 1875.
decl8-6m.

500 Vols. in One!
AGENTS WANTED FOR TBuE LIBRARY O0

Poetry and Song,


The.undersigned have procured, exclu
ly forjrubscribers to APPLETONS' JOUR-
NAL, awplendid steel engraving of
"CHIRLES DICKENS IN His STUDY,"
which 1k offered, under special terms, to
every sibscriber-in advance-to JouR-
NAL for1876. 1
This bteel engraving is in line and stip- i
pie. Itis not a fancy pic.ture, but 1,01
actual representation if Charles Dicken's (
study 'trGadshill, while the portrait of (
the diStinguished author is trikingly (
faithful (
The sie of the plate is 30 x 14, printed (
on heavy plate paper 24 x 30, making a
large and handsome engraving for the (
parlor or library wall. The execution of (
the plate is of a superior order.
The ordinary price of a steel engraving
of this character in the print-,shops would
not be less than five, and. perhaps six
dollars. It is offered exclusively to sub
sdribers, in addition to the JOURNAL for
one year, tor $5.00-that is, fop $1.00 ad-
ditional, each yearly advance subscriber
to the JoTJRKAL for 1876 may receive a
superb engraving worth fully five time-3
the amount.
This engraving is entirely new, It has
never been for sale in the print-shops,
and cannot be obtained except in con-
nection with APPLETONS' JOURNAL upon
the terms and conditions above. It will
be mailed to subscribers postage prepaid.
D. APPLETON & Co.,
549 & 551 Broadway, New York.
jn22--m.
64 DSYOHOMANCY, ORBSOUL CHARMrNG."
JL How either sex may fascinate
and gain the love and affections Of any
persou they choose instantly. This sim-
pie acquirement all can possess, free, by
mail for $1 25ets.; together with a Mar-
riage Gu.de, Egyptian Oracle, Dreams,,
Flints to Ladies. A queer catalogue of
48 pages for 25 cents. 100,000 sold. Ad-
dress T. WILLIAM &. CO., Publishers,
Philadelphia. jn22-1m.

For Palatka and Silver Spring!


J. H. GOSS, Judge.
G. M. T; STMMONS, Clerk.
-uon -


We know Hillyer keeps the best Gil
Edged Goshen Butter and sells it very
low.


lowingIdescribed lands will be sold
at public auction on Monday the
7TH DAY OF FEBRUARY, A. D. 1876,
at Ocala, in the county of Marion, or so
much thereof as will be necessary to pay
the amount of taxes duly assessed
against said property for thy year 1.875,
together with the cost of sale and adver-
tising: ; '
Anderson, Mrs Jane; s of n e I and n
w j of s e I of" sec 28, a n n I of di e I and
n w j ot s w I and n w I of sec 2e A and e
of n e I of sec 27, and s w I of sec 20, and
n e I of s e j of sec 28, township 12, range
19, 680 acres; $48 90.
Broome, J E_ a grant of 1129 acres in
township 14, range 23; $32 44
Headdock, Willinm; 80 acres land num-
bers unknown; $7 40.
James, I'rince Sr; 80 acres land num-
bers unknown; $7 48
Parties unknown; e I of s e I of sec 27,
-township 15, range 22. 80 acres; $8 00.
Parties unknown; the Franc;s Richard
grant in township 13, range 26,1060 acres;
$28 00.
Bauldwin, ,Tames; lot 1 of block 27, 0.
S. Ocala; $5 50.
Parties unknown, or M Bunis; w I ofs
e of sec, 31, towns!rip 13, range 20, and
n of n w of sec 6, township 14, range
20, and n w j of n e I of see 6, township
14, range 20, 200 acres; three years taxes,
$26 75.
Parties unknown; lots 1. 2, 3, 4 and 5,
and e j of n w j of sec 30, *nd lots 1. 2
and 3 of sec 31, and n w I of section 19,
township 15, range 25, 700 acres; $26 00.
Parties unknown; w I of n e j and n w
of s e j of sec 33, township 17, range 26,
120 acres; $11 76.
JOHN F. DUNN,
Collector of Revenue,
jan8-td. Marion county, Florida.


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the estate ot the lIte HENRY WADIcKSON
to turn over the same to me without de-
lay, I having been duly appointed by the
Honorable Court of Probate Adminis-
trator de bonis non of said estate, other-
wise they will be proceeded against ac-
cording ,t law.
F. N. FOY,
A 'minIstrator de bonis non.
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SUMTER COUNTY.
BY virtue of an execution Issued out
of the Circuit Court for the 5th Judicial
Circuit of Florida, for Sumter county,
and to me directed, I have levied upon
and will offer for sale before the Court
lHouse door in the town of Leeshurg on
Monday, the 3rd day of January, A. D,
1876, the following described property,
to-wit:
The northeast I of section 19, and west
of southeast j of sec 19, and east j of
southwest i of sec 18, and north j of the
northwest j and southeast I of northwest
t of sec 19, and west j of southeast t and
southwest j of northeast j and south 1
of northwest t and northwest j of north-
west j of sec 18, and southwest t of the
southwest j of se 7, all in township 90,
south of range 23 east.
Levied upou as the property of Wilson
W. Caspady to satisfy an execution in
favor Wiliam H. Chaffee & Co.
This November 29th, 1875.
MATTHEW W. DOZIER,
Sheriff Sumter co., Fla,
dec4-td.
The above sale is postponed Until the
first Monday in February.
MATTHEW W. DOZIER,
Sheriff Sumter co., Fla.
Jan8--id.

$ A WEEK guaranteed to Male,
Ja"7y n and Female Agents In their lo1
"\ I Icality. Terms and Outfit Free,
][]]|Address P. 0. VICKERY4 Coa,
la R Augusta, Me. JuZ'l.


Notice to Tax-Payers of Ocala.
Notice is hereby given to the Tax-
Payers of the town of Ocala' that the
Tax Book-- will be close& on the first day
of February next, anmi legal steps will be
taken with all defaulters.
SIMON BENJAMIN,

SHERIFF'S SALE.
MARION COUNTY.
By virtue of a decree of foreclosure ot
mortgage issued out of the Circuit ourt
for the 5th Judicial Circuit of Florida,
and to me directed, I havw- iti\ed upon
and will nifpr for u)ublic site on the first
l,,nd:,%: in March, the 6thl day, A. D.
1876, .before the Court House u1T In the ,
town of Ocala, Florida, to the h-gest
bidder, for cash, the following described
property, to-wit: .
The southeast quarter of'section 20
and the southwest quarter of section 21
township 14, range 20 east, containing
about 320 acres, more or less.
Levied.upon to satisfy the said decree
wherein John A. Ferguson, as Adminis-
trator of the estate of Nell Ferguson, de-
ceased, is Plaintiff and James S. Phillip,
and Pauline Phillips, his wife, are De-
fendants. W. J. McGRATH,
jan29-td, Sheriff.
Speculation In Cotton.
$10, $100 and upwards often pays largely.
For full particulars, addrss SCAEH-
MERHORN&Co., Cotton Brokers, 99
Market Slip, New York. jn22-lm.

Madame Foy's Corset and Skirt Suppor-
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No. 6.-240 acres in section 31 t he soud ehscrib for it.
: o.6.-24 acesin ecion8) Its low price (only one 1dol Inr) places it
township 14, ran 20, inMarion county. within the reach of the poorest in the
2 0acreshammock, balance pineland, un- land. We pay all postage. r
-Improved. :Price $700 ca-h. Titles good.
No 7.-240 acres in section 36, READ. WHAT THE PRESS THNKS OF US.
township 13, range 19, in Marion county, Polkton (N. C.) Ansnisn says:
80 acres hammock, balance pine and mix The HERALD is one of the neatest papers
ed land, 50 acres cleared. Has a few or- in the State.
ange trees. Watered by a small lake. The concord (N C.) Register says:
Price $1000, half down, balance on time We congratulate our friends of the
Titles goIod. o Wadesboro HERALD upon the fine ap-
N 8.- -80 acres on Mill Cree pearance of their paper.
No 8._80 acres on Mill Cree The Piedmont (N. C.) Press says- The
Snear Iola, 1Y miles from Ocklawaha riv- HERALD is a sprightly sheet, Pull of news
Inr, i Marion county. All mixed land, aud other interesting reading matter.
suitable for orange and other tro ical The HERALD is a'-Firs ,Ca Family
fruits. Has a bold creek running through Paper Having some of the ablest writers
the land,-a beautifulmill seat. Price $5 in Noith Carolina attached to its staff
cash per acre. Titles good. There is enough humorous-reading in it
No. 9.-120 cheres in Gulf ham- to make one laugh for a Week--enough
to keep you jolly -till the next comes
mock, in Levy county, situated on the Rockmart (Ga) News.he ext come
Florida Railroad,.18 miles east of Cedar
.Keys. All hammock, 10 acres cleared. Boo A e
Excellent land forgardening, fruit grow- BOO] Agents
ing, &c. Price $800 cashli. Titles good. and Good Salesmen
No. 10.-338 acres on Lake Are "COINNG MONEY" with the famous
Okahumpkee, Sumter county. 80 acres BIDA DESIG N S,
hammock, balance pine land, -60 acres
celeired. Dwelling and outbuildings in The French Edition of which sells for
good repair. Well watered and very $165 and the London Edition for $200.
healthy. 20 bearing sweet orange trees. Our Popular Edition ($5.50,) containing
Price $ 1200 without present crop ot or- over one hundred full-page quarto plates,
anges or $1400 'With the present orange is the cheapest and most elegant publi-
erop; one half cash, balance on time Ti- cation in America, and the best to sell.
tles good Critics vie with each other in praising it
lN.!1-,0 ar g io and the masses buy it. .
N. 11.-2,000 acres 5 miles Agent in Charleston, S. C., reports 97
West of Ocala, known as the Capt. Taylor orders; one in Ninety Six, S. C., 107; one
plautation. Largest portion first-class in Virginia, 247; another in Memphis,
hammock, balance pine and mixed lands. 200 orders, taken in three weeks.
Several hundred acres under cultivation. Full particulars free. Address J. B.
Dwelling, outbuildings, &c., in good re. FORD & CO., Publishers,27 ParK Place,
pair. Well watered. Steam saw mill, New York. dec18 1m.
cotton gins, sugar mill fixtures, &c., all
in good order and sold with place. Price A WEEK guaranteed to Male
$25,000; one third down, balance on suit- l and Female Agents in their lo-
able time. Titles good. \cality. Terms and Outfit Free.
,No. 12.-1700 acres along the AddressP. O. VICKERY& Co.,
banksof the Withlacoochee river, Marion Augusta, Me. jn221m.
county, Part hammock, balance pine, No Housekeeper or Laundress should
line timbered, with beautiful bluffs, &c., be without a. zinc-faced wash board.
on. the river, all unimproved. Price $2 They stvethteir cost many times over iq board
per acre; one half cash, balance time. they set her cost many times over in,
are ; ha l f the wear of the clothes. You will find,
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No. 13--400 acres 10 miles
north of Ocala, on Ocala and Gainesville
Ty, Stage road. ,50 acres hammock, balance
first-class pine land, 100 acres cleared
and under cultivation. Dwelling and
outbuildings all in good repair. Store
house and post office kept at the store.
A splendid locality for merchandising.
5E. 30 sweet, orange trees, some *bearing, a
number of peach, banana and either fruit
1rees bearing. Well watered by branch
and small lakes. Price $2,500; one half
n- down, balance on time. Titles good.
or No. 14.-1,277 acres 5 miles
west of Micanopy, 7 miles from Florida
Railroad, in Alachua county. $50) acres
hammock, balance pine and mi el land,
all unimproved. Price $2,500 cash. Ti-
tles good.
No. 15.-750 acres 1 mile from
Flemington, Marion county. p0 acres
hammock, balance pine laud, 50 acres
Cleared. Price $2,000 cash. t'1es good.
' No. 16.--400 acres b.t we.n Mic-
)n anopy and Oranige Lake, Marion county,
y known as Judge Means "o1101 Place."
Ig First-cla"s lands, divided 1nto lots of 20
s, acres each. Price $20 per acre; part cash.
Titles good.
No. 17.--A half' interest in 32
acres in what is known as Prei.J orange
Y grove, on Orange Lake, 10 acres of \ which
is a bearing sweet gr)ve, 10 nscres more
Oi budded with wevt bils blane untfn.
e proved wild} orain,_e ar\'i. Viie o, eni-
t-., tire interest $ 1 *2,09,) cash. Title :ol. L
_9o.VS.-640 acres, 81iHM,1es
south ofOala. 300 acres hammock bal-
ance first cl-s pe l aas nd, 300acresclear-
ed and about 150 acres in cultiyation.
' has a number of sour atid sweet orange
Streets growing on the place, a good com-
fortable dwelling and suitable out-build-
p ings, all in good repair. Has a good well
dr of water and Wo splendi'springs. Price
d $4000 cash. Titles good.
No. 19.--4560 acres, situated in
Heernando county, in the Annut.aliga
hammock, about 8 miles from Brooks-
ville. ill hammock, well timbered and
fl rst class lanl, 20 acres cl eared 40 sweet
orange and lamon tree szrowing on the
plage, all bearing. Place well watered.
Prtce $5 per acre, part cash balance on
suitable time d
" Also a20 acres situated in Aiinttaliga
" hammock, 5 miles ironiBrooksville, iu
SHenaido l county, all hammoek, unim-
proved. Has u some wild oru.-gn e tree
glowing on it. Price $3 per areTpart
Cash, balance on time. Titles all good.
Nti..20.-280 acres nearJrooks-
,ville, in ernando county. -0 aires
hammock, balance pine land, -10 acre
cleared and under cultivation.1: 24 bear-
ing sweet orange trees, 1 acreof small
orange trees, 3 large scuppernbng grape
vines, a number of peach and ,other fruit
trees, all bearing. Ciiinfortabledwelling
with 6 rooms, and suitable out-buildings.
Has school house, gin house, sugar mill,
corn mill and fixtures, all in gotl repair.
Well watered by a beautiful la kc in front
of dwelling. Price $3,000 cash. Titles
good.
No. 21.-240 acres a ,inhng
the town of Ocala. 30 acres h.m mock,
balance pine and mixed land. 60 acres
cleared. 100 orange trees, a anmber of
peach, plum and other fruit trees. A fine
dwelling with 8 rooms, each 18x20 feet,
piazza above and below, all suitable out-
buildings In excellent condition. Water-
ed by spring and well writer Price
$6,000, half cash, balance on suitable
time. Titles goo.l.
No. 22-6 73-100 acres in the
town of Ocala. 21-1) orange trpeo anil a
number of other fruit tr. ts.S. e In. lid
d welling house w ittih 5'ri:Jo l-s Ffr
furnished and suitable out-huilinls..al'l
in good condition. Price eh 25l0, $1,6)0
cash, balance on suitable tim.. Titles
good. ', l
No. 23.-One corner Wlo52x100
feet adjoining Po-,t office in the town or
Ocala, and one central business lot in
said town, unimproved. : Price $900 cash.
Titles good.
No. 24.-One store hotoe and II
lot in the central business portion of :he
town of Ocala,, very desirabl-, bnqiness
locality. Price $1000, half cast, ualauct.1
on time. Titles good. -
THlE PEE mE IllllO


THE FLORIDA INTERIOR
"" a n. d g Ie o
Ocala, Florida.


OFIC iCy NoRTH END OCALA Hous


Large tracts of land, improved and u
improved,.in every part of the interi
section of the State. Parties wishing
WiVinter -esidences,
or a
Place for Gardening,
or lands suitable for'
ORANGE CULTURE
or a large plantation for sugar or cottc
growing, will find the thing they want b
calling at our office, and as we are payin
particular attention to this business
BETTER TERMS
may be procured through our Agenc
than in any other way.
Parties wishing to cultivate tie so
should remember that in Florida 1!.
gro0 ing season lasts TEN MONTHS, plain
tan'.corlwnnclng ifi February, and tha
vegetables and all
INDS-03 OF TROPICAL ftUITS
can be put into the New York market
from four t, five weeks earlier than fro
any other section of the country. Man
vegetables may be produced all the yea
round,,and in no country in the world
will the soil repay the -husbandman a
I 9O17UR PENINSULA,
and the means of transporting those pro
ducts to market are UNy QUALLED.
The Climate is the most Delight
ful ont the Conbtinent,
aud In no part of the Union can as great
an'average of health be obtained.
The great variety of products offer
boundless field for enterprise and
SURE GUARANTEE OF SUCC00ES
S Good people from all sections are
Welcomed to Florida.
People from the Northern States can
'eel7 Assured of Perfect Safety.
JOF. F. DUNN & CO.,
Real Estate Agents.

The following lands are offered for sale
. through this Agency:
No 1.--680 acres 10 miles west
of Ocala, in' Marion county. 200 acres
hammock, 480 acres pine land, 150 acres
cleared. Land well wateied by two
small lakes, has a few large orange and
apple trees. Price $3800. $1000 down,
balance any length time desired with 10
per cent. interest. Warrantee titles.
No. 2.-760 acres 4 miles south
Of Flumington, in Marion county. 125
acres hammock, 635 acres pine laud, 150
acres cleared. Land will watered by a
bautilul runniutng branch anld several
sapailakes. PrTref5,000, one halfdown,
Balance on suitable time. Warrantee
titles.
No. 3. -320 acres 12 miles west
f Ocala, on Ocala and Archer station
road,., in Marlon county. 90 acres hain-
mock, 230 aeres-piBe land, 125 acres clear
ed and under culti ovation. Has a two-
story dwelling with six rooms, onen pi-
azza, .two brick chimneys, all outbuild-
i ngs, &c., complete, Place well watered,
good cistern and two small lakes on the
land. 20 bearing sweet orange trees, and
400 sweet seedlings 1 and 2 years old, 75
bearing peach trees and banana grove
bearing., Price $5,400, one half down,
balance on time. Warrantee titles.
No. 4.-240 acres 10 miles north
west of Ocala, in Marion county. 150
acres hammock, 90 acres pine"land, 20
acres cleared. Watered by a small lake.
Price $800 cash. Titles good.
No. 5. 640 acres hammock and
pine land and mixed land, 4 miles north
of Ocala, in Marion county, situated on
the Waldo and Ocala Railroad. 150 acres
cleared, 80 acres under cultivation, 100
orange trees, some bearing, a few peach
lemon and banana trees all bearing. Three .
settlements on the land, dwellings and
outbuildings all complete. Watered by
good wels. and smal- lakes. Price $5 per
acre, one third down, balance and
two payments ca time. Titles unencum-
laered.


The Veekly Shn,
1"76 New York. .Is8
MI)I!10WW1111vif4111E ihte undired lana sevepnty-six I&
..... ....... ..........the Centennial year. It is abe o the ear
+ i lJ^l^B B II tIi n h wh anOpP, ition HUuse of .Rpre-



H ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ n t,^^^^ veill <--l tvs^ p"Ptev tle~o Winqiye
be in pow erat W shin ,t11; an t d ite ye ar
..e nt....eII Ihe first s in e the WIa wl l ternly and
II ..... 1 611161111 of the twen y third election of a Presi--
ldent of the united ,StatestAll of, these-
^ H RONf V events are nure to beofte Aera o hrese
[EL and importance, especially the two lat-
ter; and all of them and everythingl con-
S necte with them will be full and fresh-

'IT N T hemor ts*p a "o liexpounded in'TheB ul.
l The Opp sition House of Reprec nta-.
tives taking up the line-f inquiry open
ed year is o thie Sun, will stpernly and




W ARRAJUW( FIVE YE RS T ^ ', investigt 1h~e corrupt won--
and misdeeds ot Grant's administration;
and will, i t is to be hoped, lay the foun-
Io s cta nt re/ out odations foa. netw and better period in
our nzati,,;,I his~tory. (Of all'tliffsThe
G RAN O P RIZ oE s will 'oaa compete and accurVtse o
S aaccouitsfurnishing its readers with
.....early Qnd trustworthy information upon
s s o aMEDOA- th se sabsbi to pic a s.ata
T e fah Ps'ed Th tca tr-t e ov de ti l election,
.... fo.r Cas or Creitwith the- preparations ubr it, will be
:::..-_ mem~orable as deciding upon Grant's as-
A... .. Aspirations for a third term of power and
W ARRA TED FIVE EARS! plunder, and still more as de aeding who
WARR NTED FIVE WEA S Ishall be the candidate of. the party. of Re-
ACI OaOt0t o0 I IL. TE TOE f0. T O n.fori,and as electing that candidate. Con-
I trequiesno OLEAS ucAon StT. LOt., cern g all these*subjects, those whLo
read The Sun will have the onnt
ITwill se owissG &0 0 to RAI n AnDthe mater O means of being thorouIghly well inform-
ZtJ &AT fuin ]ts a of'. owing Machines in tha magnituo of |ed.
Its superior i cy ,as Soa CarO OFiCachieve3ents The Wrn,, Sum, which as attained
~the afshionett Stage 00&ac.b .... -a ,:irr*Wu1n of +over eighty th~u~and
g w s jRCOili .s, ,rl,. Jaly ha*i -ts rie ers in every
Priesrly new to suit the p ,m esi. State aniiematorv, wh trnsh, thatr the
either for Cash or Credit. year 1876 will see their number doubled.
ItwillContietbeaITWANTED ce t honed
A&-ESNTeand for i rated Pitaa,,uisof paper. All the general news of theidly
8TTL =4 .PES A GEN (9 -.- WA will be f,,u,),l in it, condensed when un-
Address tN a E pi N Ml A H IN E important, at f ll length when of'rmo-
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': ' .Z; 000TT+ ' '0 . '. ' clear, interq~tins and instructive wan-
C R C A O I L ,2 T o mhe r .ne t ,
ITEW 0=.tAITS, LA., ST. LO0, MO. it is ourt aim to make. the WEEKLY
SIv the bast family newspaper in the
T HE LTIST OF SATE AND MARION world, and we shall continue to give in
TOUT OSits counus a large amount of m-iscella-
"PCOUNTY OFFICERS. neous r , c i isuch as st6oies, tales, po-
Ph ih tarmonie.9Pianr.ems, ifisintelligsenc ae nd agricul-
rEXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. tural information, for Wdhih we are not


This instrument has allthe mnpossess.im- tGovernor--narcellus L Starns. fale to i.xke roomms in our daily $1edition.0
sprovemnts, insludint the celete ratemee mSecretary o f Stat-Samu l B McLin. Thepotag e paid. As this price barely
Pensive and higher priced Plan,, is of- Attorney-General---Wm Archer Cocke. is one fi promninent features. Thle



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atlone now iuthes market. It, is dur(Posale, Tr-oflie address, Tallahasste.) cmns;an be made from this rate to clubs.


with a ancagents, Postmasters, or any one-
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Wand yet it can be purchase STtprices WilliamVatkin HicksON. The WEIKLY SUN, eghta large four pae
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"WATERS'CONCERTQO OGANS Associate Justice- J D Westcott, Jr., Jan.1---4,n.
o cris Han repey V B Yan Valken- BUILDERSt FURNISHING
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atogues Cnaied.,(PosL-Lyce address, Tallahassee.) cd o r
Cataogue inaled.agents, ?ostinasters, or any one-





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gives all tile news for two. cents a copy.
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arethebes mde.Thetouh s eastcSUPLIFAE COURT. a year. 6Sinday edition extra, $1.10 per
are he est ade Thetouh iselaticyear. ,Wehave no traveling agents.



and a fine singer ing this month. Monthly poweriustall, p Is Circ-uit-W W andeas.PenJackson- Address. THE SUN ile, ew ork City.da
and even. vil:e jan. 1_-4 ,.
WATERS'CONCERTO-OR:GAINS Associate Justice-J D Westcott, Jr.,
cailtb xeldi OY rBAT.Tal~allassee. l l- BUILDERS', FURNISHIN
cannot~~~ ~~~ ,eecte nT-.o =UY A~socia'e Ju:tice--R B Van Vale-
they defy compeXtition. Trhe Concerto bur-, h, acksonville.
V iebtl, is -a fine imitation ot. the H~uman ClUrk-- Lyiran B Fostei+_ Tallahassee. A f-I LL ,
PRICES EXTREMELY LOW hoir ca,ifhCI JacksonvJUeES.orid
dlulin-, this month. Nouthlvy Install 1J.qi C; "c nit--W W Vau.n sPen sacola. + akovl lrd
ments received; on Pianos, $10 to $201 2d Circuit-P W Vhite; Quincy.
Organs, $5 to $10; Second hand instru 3d Circuit-Wm Bryson, Suwannee Pe Uiman & Co.,
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posit. AGENTS WANTED. A liberal dis
count to Te'lchers, Ministers, Churches,
Schools, Lodges, etcL. Special induce
ni(]ts to the trade. llustrate- cataio-
goues mailed. HORACE 'VATERS &
SONS, 431 Broa0way, N,.,-'" York. Boxx
3567. -. : +_
TSTIMONL\ LS
-oI-
OF -
Waters' Pianos and Organs.
Waters' New Scale Pianos hi ve pecu-
liar merits.-New Ygrk I.'7, *,.,,.
The tone of the Waters' 4'iano is rich,
mellow and sonorous. "They posses-
great volhme of sound and the continua
tion of sound or singing power is one of
their most marked features.-Neow York
Times.
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.-Rural'New Yorker.
oc30-1m.
-TRY YOUR LUCK!


thi Citon.
4th Circuit-Robt B Archibald, Jack-
sonvilIe.
5th Circuit-- 11 Gos, Gain'sville
6t!: Circuit-Miner Bethel, Key West.
7th Circuit--J WV Price. Enterprise.
.STATE ATTOR.'NEYS.
1:-t Circuit--D L McKinnon, Vernon.
2d Circuit--Bo.nr-rwn Baker, T1 ha ,s-mc
3d Crcenit-Chas F Kin-, Madison.
4" i,... A J 0cDoa0e;A, Jack-
S()ivi rve.
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MacDonald s New Story!
St. George
and St. Michael.
A Romance of Cavalier and RoUndhead.
BY GEORGE MACDONALD,,
Author of "Annals of. a Quiet Neghbor-
hood," "Wilfred Uumbermede," ete,.


6th Circuit-Josephl B Wail, Tampa.
7th Circuit-T E Wilson, Alcllonville,
COUNTY OFFICERS.
MARION, COUNTY SITE OCALA.
Senator: T W Long
Asserblymen: W Tucker, Samuel
Small.
Jhdg-e o)f Probate: William R Hillyer.
Chrk of Court: W H LoCain.
,,u. r "' W J McGrath.
Assessor of Taxes: Jas A McDavid.
Collector of Revenue: John F Dunn.
Treasurer: E W Aguew.
Superintendent of Schools: W J Tucker.
S'irveyor:.C J Allred.
County Commissioners: C J Allred, J
D Goss, David E Jacobs, Gilbert Little,


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