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The East Florida banner
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Title: The East Florida banner
Physical Description: v. : ; 62 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Ocala Marion County Fla
Creation Date: February 19, 1876
Publication Date: Wm. J. McGrath
Frequency: weekly
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1866; ceased in 1882.
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: "Official Organ of the 5th Judicial Circuit".
General Note: Editors: J. Wiggin, <1869>; F. Harris, W. McGrath, <1870>; W. McGrath, <1871-1872>; F. Harris, <1873-1876>; J. Harris, <1874-1875>.
General Note: Publishers: S. Agnew & Co., <1869>; Harris & McGrath, <1870>; W. McGrath, <1871-1872>; F. Harris, <1873>; F.E. & J.A. Harris, <1874-1876>.
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Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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.WALTER, L. L. WALTER. Yetforty ;m ,,,;sa over-
~"/T ~t3thrown.'" *
-->D :1- Brown, Future evets prophecied by -rules in
WT Benner's Propheti(; Book.. Fortmuaes
foretold in tl ups and dowt)s of prices for
SR-,X WATERfl JCr .~', the next i,%enr% yeo is, the future judged
R.,- WALTjf 0 .- by the past. Wri at years to make money,
on p]m_-.mm, l hQgs,,' cot'n,, provisions, cot-
326 W. Baltitmeo, Cor. Ho 'tvardSt., Balt. Md. tei, aud when we'.will lhve the netpa
:. "' ]I~r~v~c~u~ns l .ic, what year hard Himn-, will- e(.d and
A N- U CT InERS OF'. ,re,-ive again Everyv- far'u er,
aniaufiacturer, legitimate -trader and,
sp.culatr should have this book to'know
the future, so as to avoid loss.;nild IesUc-
AND JORBERS rN cessful., Sent to anv name, :pot p1i)I,
for $1. Addr.s; SAMUEL BENNER,
Cloths Cassimeres, &c. B.iiirr, l:_,,. (toss minv.,o
-ian --tl. ,n -- '",n.

Will practice in all the Courts of the
5th and 6th Judicial Circuits. --'p06 ly
Ocala, Florida. "
Will practice in the courts of the Fifth
Judicial Circuit. i
B uVBusineus entrusted to his care will
See~ive pirmpt :ttehtton.
Office: Ground floor, Ocala Hlouse.
I0).. 1l-lv.

East Florida IVanner,
Will be sent to any address hn the Un-
itedl,.Statts. .
All papers, quote from the FREE
PRESS, the liveliest of family newspa-,
pers, full of interesting news, literature,
liumnorous skecthes, spicy paprgraphs, etc,
Subscribe at once. .

NS-ew ELivery Stable.

The undersigned has' just opened, a
'stable lu Ocala arid is preparedit0
or saddle horses to travelers.
He .will run a line of hacks re.arilarly
to Silver Spring this winter on the arri-
val of the boats. He ,will a;so be pre-
p;ared to furnish travelers with convey-
ances to Orange Lake, Leesburg, Gines-
ville, ttomasasszv, or '
Persons having their horses put up at
this stable miy rest astire(d that they
will be well fed aud e'l ruefully -roomed.

: S. :AL s

ART WR rEK1 11111



Will ,leave Jacksonville :or- Silver
?pring, Lakes Griffin, Haurti-.Hai'ris and
)kahuimkec, every Tluirsday y a, 6
Ialatka Thursday night.-ahex arriva.
)f steamers Cfty Point or Dictator.
Will leave, Slv, er Spring every Satur..
lay morning at 10 o'clock, arriving at
alatka" Sunday morning and at Jack-
onville 8-iilday night "
H. L. HA RTrPro'pr Palatka, Fla.
R. J. ADAMS, Agent..,

Jules Baratier,
[Lura, Near Bay Street, Jacksonvill Fea.
A %Alwanys o)iiifh nI! a 'pl,.ndid asH' ,rt;.ent
t f Doniestic and Forcin C.ianere dI
10lolhs, from whi..'h an order can be S.
Wone with n-.atc-ss a;'l di-;patelh
8 Country orders receive prompt attend.
cn. mar32,T-ly.


Mttcmicd iO, anti Mllectious'Winrlnlt-
a tio-rlOot tBflt.".:,,'
the store Ol va. f-'iUeillk U.
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\Vith l),,lly, ;n.,l D.ip],!.,\a;Ii Din';
P"t I haila] 11 t In lLi,' r, SW-.,n-i s nlliner%',
They w>itl,1 know should I ilil toeorne,
la the( dewyN-\ve, tv ihe p.i,-.re Inir%.,
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... ,_.-19,18 6


-.' 01paial Paper, of the Fifth
.:., : udcial Circuit.
PidK-4 -Brery Baturday Moming.
",")he copy, one year... ........ ... $ 00
Oile-copy, Rix months.... 1....... 1,00
fo copy, thrd^Nonths........... 50
One dopy, one nicath............ 25
yinflecop~lCT.. ..... ......... .... 0S
,aIN *~ A'::: 0
I?' 7I &I N G -R4 2 1BS*
i tre hi., ..... 111 00
eihtdntllon ..., ..... B0
T'o00 tonal auid-ushines Cards, of
S, per tumam ... ..... 10 00
AI~l~l Is over 6.11 lies, per annuim.. 15 00
N)tl1, alplicatioi, for Lettersof
vAdn)ll .rat-ion .... .... ..., .... 6,00
'ot[ce llppointuieut, as Admln-
... .. .. .....A.. .... 5 00
Notice tos auid Creditors... .
rr _o.,__ al limnifal........ !.5 00
S oi Leave to sell Real Estate 5 00
s.jtale of Real Estatq ...... 5 00
bSm l ere e c,,al Notices nud Advertiae-
B'it be charged according to the
.g[y occupy ai I the numibr of in-
.....re I s one inch of Brevler type.)
Adivertlenienti of a personal nature
will be charged 15 cents per lltr.
An Actto provide for the Publicatlon of
Oflclh anid oLezal alverotisenHents in
the -,:veral Judicial Circaits of this
tiitatt. "
,7%e people, Of the Skde of Florida, reqre- *
Mitted in eiuite and Assembly, do enact
ifll, hicn)"
mccTIOx j. It shall be the dnty of tile
Secretary of State to designate bne -or
nmore' 4 n6w.;'pat)crs published In each
Judicial Circuit which yhiall be known
Aim the officla papers of the Circuit, and
uIrlelgil no'tces and adverliscinenis re-
lating to the said Circuit Court or to a&Ty
Clumtvy ()I; Probate'Court within the said
Ctr-ult, and all legaal notices of any de-
scriptiou, returned by law to,be publish-
ed by iny ersoiiwor persoim. and all no-
tlces and advertisemeints of sheriffs and
all other-county officers, of all counties
wllthitthe Circuit, shall be published in
the Offheita Paper of the Cireult.
4c.'i.. It-hhazllbe b he duty of the pub-
.isher of each palper so ljqllytJh all notices and without delay:
Prorated, l'hat heshall nlot be c<,i|pelle,1d
to jabltMi 'aay. notice, or, advcrtis,.iniint
*,alcliLe tii Iei for the lle,,t are teudered
iu AdvRiicc : AWul 1woridid J'irlther, That
tLh rate ol'coinpeii.atlon to be paid .the
"will papers for the official aud legal ad-
r.tiSrelnLvit5s tihll l 1 1Mh same as that
3t adld to the Suate official papers.
S;c.. 1i. No legal, notices or advertlsie-
aii p ficalttter the. passitge of.this act, shall
bie. valld or haviy)any, force or eff-el., uil-
tes t sae stme shall be published in "a
,< papr designafed, as. aforesaid, as thil,
= 1ocal paper of the Circuit in li' the
osBl,d advertisement Is, published ; aud
whenever any law now In force, or which
maty be hereafter passed, requires, the
': publication of -anii notice or advertise-
' inent, it hall be understood that said
" publicatioaw shall be in an official pa1)er,
JestgnateJ as aforesaid.
Skd1C; iv. This act Shall take effect from
and after the date of its passa.ge; and all
an~es or,, parts of nets inconsistent with
*. the provisionss of this act be, at.d they
are hereby repealed.
Approved by the Governior, January
25,1871. ,
In pursuance of the above I Samuel
B. McIun, Secretaryl of State, hereby re-
Official PaWr forsthe Fifth, Judiial. Cir-
auit of Floriha.
SAMUM, B. MoliN,
Secretary of State.
Tallahassee, Fla., May 12, 1873.

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Ocala, Florida.

The Nev a.nd Elegant U. MS ail

WHIl leave Palatka every Monday and
Thursday evelingls, after the arrival of
Charleston and Savannah steamers.
Will leave Silver Spring every Sunday
and Wednesday ifornlig'nt 10 o'clock.
..Conaection made ;it Siler;Springwith
stages for Ocala and T ','-,bu'. ,.
S. J. ;" AUKNtGHT,
decll--tf. Proprietor-

Foe all .Diseases of the Liver,
Stoinach aitd Spleen.
Ma!arious Fevers, Bowel complaints'
Dyspepsia, Meutal Depression, Restless-
ness, Jaundice, 'Nausi:a, Sick Headache,
Colic, Constipation and Biliousness.
It is eminently a Family Medicine, and
by being k(pt rpady for immediate resort,
will save many an hour of sufferin-.and
many a dollar In time; and doctors' bills.
After Forty Years trial it is still, rd-
ceivng tlhe most. unqualified testimonials'
of its virtues, from persons of the h~igh-
est character and responsibility. "Emi-
nent physicians commend it as the most
for Constipatjon, Headache, Pain in the-
Shoulders, Dizziness, Sour Stomache,
bad tast in the mouth, billions attacks,
Palpitations'eo the Heart, Pain in the
region of the Kidneys,. despondency,
gloom and foreboodings of evil, all of
which are the offspring of a diseased Liv-
The Liver, the largest organ
in the body is generally the scat
of the disease, and if. not Regu-
lated in time, great suffering,
wretchedne-s, and Death will
If you feel Dull; IDrowsy, De-
bilitated, have frequent [lead-
ache, Md'hth.Tastes badly, poor
Appetite and Tol-iic Coated;
' you are siff44..g from Torpid .
fivver oT Bil iusim.*. and noth-
ing will cure mo 6peedily and
""1 h:iv(; o ver seen or tried such a sim-
ple,' efficacious, satisfactory an id .1h %jit
remedyinlmy ;i1, i. H fltine., St. Louis,
ro ,
Hon. Alex, H Stephers.
"l, occassionally use, when my. condi-
Mion requires it, Dr. Sihnions'Li ver ReZ
ulator, with good effect."- lon. Alex i.
Sltj[hfiii. ",
Governor o f Alabamy.
your Rt.ulhior has been in use in
my family forsome time, and 1 am per-
suaded it is valuable addition to the
medical science."--Gov. J. Gill Shorter,
A la '
"I have used the Regulator in'my fam-
ily for the past se-venteeu yeaxs. f can
safely recommend it to. the world as tile
best medicine I have, ever used for tlat
classer t diseases.iit purports to cure."--
H. F. 7r .'.'^/t. '' :.
Trei.deia of. Cty.Barck.
"Simnions',Liver Regulator has proved
a good.and euicaCi, us medicine."-C. A.
Nu~tting. : ;

N ,,-'We ha"'e en ',| ,i ,,. th Dr
Siimix, ifs' .ivior Ip-liii>- for more than
tw% lntv,' v,.r; anrd.know it ,to be the best
:LiVer Regulator orf!-ct to th.- ;' l ili> "--
M. R.J ?ybn 'id JH. Lyon B !,,'f.'.,",,,
Ga. : :_ '
"I w4a. cured by Siimnonsi' LIver, ;Reg-
ulator, after ha% ii,,_, .,ui' r. -I several years
with Chilis 'and 'e\'..r. '--R. 'R. Ander-
s0n4, *; r,
. .The.C rTj.,',j.. .. ..
"'My wife, and self hax'e used! tbe Regu-'
hl.tor for,, yearss, and..testify ,to ts" great
virtues. "--Rev. X" E. l eder, Pe.rry, Ga.
; T:-,/,iJ.'u! Endorsement. "
"'I ha.vf given your. mealiethe a thorough
trial, arid in no case has it failed to (;ive
fnlt satisfact~ion.:'*-'*-Elen Meaehiam, Cha~t-
tuhooG~he, Fla. '
... ~ Professional...
"From actual experience in the. use of
tlhis in>,lilL wi- in~my practice, ;lhaye been,'
and amn, raa'~tisfed'to use and prescribe it
. as purga~tive medicine.--)". Or. W. V.7 Ma-
80on. ;
:M. E. Florida C,,ierernce.
"I have ueed Dr." Si n' LvrRg
ulator in my family for Dyspepsha a-ad
Stfk l lead ache, and regard it an inval.
.iiahie rem~edy. It lhas ot failed to eive
relief in any instan'ce."--Rve. W., F7. Eas-
terling. .. ....
President. Oglethwrpe College.
"Simmons: Liver I lt;2'ult *r is .certain-
ly a specific for: thiat class of complaints
whehl'lii claims, to cure."-.Rev. Davdye

When Simmons' Liver Regulatcr has
beeu properly taken.
J. H. ZEILIN & Co, Proprietors.

Going After the Cowvs.
T'h-y .. \w\iit:d there, by the i.,ustnireb:irs-
-Dalpple and Dolly, and Dun,
,So I slip tin- bar,; in the w il-worn I)O And dr,,p Ihru oneli by one ;
But I dLo Ii"A as I .ilwtyVs. go,
To ,0e the milking ,done.
I hiii my cheek ou the pasture bars,
Alid watch ihe .tar"4 come out;
Perlihaps tiney will j.];.ss mne, up at lth
And won.Inr wlwht I am :ibout;
Btit I'<-,.si, :thing to think of here tu
Wl'ilo I watch the stars comnl out.
In.-t night tlied I cam1e for the beautle-a
Willie wa-a walking, w'viuih Ie,
Anid he .-].l; J nil.m if I th.)nght -li t
A farmt..r', wife I could be ;
For I am a city girl, yuiu kiow,
And a r.iriuvr's s,.)u i, ht.-


- and Long Branch are to the same grand national enterprise 'to'a Col. BDllocki wht o "
_ classes during the heated period, glorious and successful termina- SoibthiFlorida.. '-_II
Fashion, tastes, health, science, tiun,. Ins ur a tCo Pi-edmo t
n capital and energy cau here find STATE- BOARD.hInsurance C^ b^ BB
,- u /-< r ^-*i ,, that lie, did no~t ranfill
ample scope for the exerci-e of Ex-CT'>V. D. S. Walker, Talla- little 'pla'tnati'
their respective demand,, inclina- hasspe; Hon. Gr. E. Went worth,! parties insured'thetr ll'
tions, invesligations au d labors, P^^n.acola; Hfori. E. C. Howe, Key V rfne ,or two paymwtlt.lil
land ,-)ir "land of fl,,wers" is awak- \West; Dr. A. N. Conover, St. licy.rut out, cider, 4
e Ioning from tlhe lethargic sleep ot Augustine: Capt. W. Stokes seon that the mGney N
bakto them ?n. f 9,
centuries, and pressing l,,,I,.lly Boyd, Jackoonville. saek' agind
J- and fearlessly forward upon tlhe COMISSION ERS. hostility to CoL'1in6116b
high road of progress and ira- Ho-. T. W. Osborn, Hon. J. in the State can CaWryl|R
provement. We who reside il T. Bernard. a vote; in South.-.Fbori
The above gentlemen compose Iagrttnlwilgvoo n o0 -Fbio
. tlhis favored land, are fully aware t h e co n J irg Y
of the mighty and peculiar advan- thle State Board, aud will be hal t he clit'ary.
ages which vc enjoy, and should I to rei ontribulions, and Th i
n)Ake ever), effort to confer the al',,id any infoination upon ihc t l i A in 6IrS
same privileges upon others, s.ljct. An8 (1 0er t
0. "fl'oin ene of the M s a oe
flundrei' ;s of thousands of our ... ... -*.a
: broad and fertile acres are as jet pTo Th|k, of the state oi New fl"m
Suotauched by the axe 01f th :pi-.. JIIlectnringa young preacher to the editor of the aqau^.
oneer or the plow ofie'hiin"im grant' on..-ie occasi.,n, an 61d minister Union, says: -'Never befprqW
said:to e hvolnig lcy'olhor, I want t lie past thirty'years haHlbtfe',1
W-. desire to see the wildernieb" -.
subdued, and our wasle pl,ire avrn yon" bad habit ing classes euflired so muc:
converted into smiling farms, hawp.- *whII -h ,_, 'Iwan of empoye It, ^
Y home arid luxuriant orc1hard, 1townin every village o col
doz e 0 men are traveli,
The opportunity for effecliug have often ll 1.11M ee.aliionls
such a desirable transfriation, in connection with aild'"itill "the.
and for bringing our State promi- M publications cncernitg
neatly to the consideration, not Otr climate is good enough to a
onlY of the citiz-,ns of this couu- tract, without representing it bet- ha
I Iy, but to Ihe uotic, of a Con- ter tlLau it is. We have seen Places in,
-n-ss Of" Nali,,ns, is afforded by many dipapcinited s.Ira gers when because there is
tin gMeat Wurld's Fair, soon to the,-weathier is a little cold, or when Ir
open in Philadelphia. There will a day or two of ehoudy weather.: :
be assembled representative men came across our sky, and thlit-y
ot every clime aud tongue, eagr would g!rnmwble and say that the)H
to det-rmine for themselves the thought it was never cold in FlMn-.
jsecrel ot fthe unexampltd power ida, aid"that, we had no rain, etc.-, wves and clnld~ren a
and grwth of this great people.people cannot. obtain w-rk. 't k nf -I
Cpl~ital will bc. the-re,.Feeking for should come to Florida under- their only alternative is Io
new fiehld- of i*vestment--enter- standing exactly what ils soil and the town for ell), ad .t!id the
praise will be there, on the lookout climate arelthan that they should quence is .thsit the, b4Q :- .
1'- e t r r w r s f r b l n a ip.e ,racre
t;,r l)ett.r rewards fin" skll and come with highly colored imazina- pauperage Is.geater;hn'er
bor-sie will be there,e e i of the same, and be fore known in this sectin .o0.
to discover untied regions for re- d,. o disappointment after State. Never before ,wa^
.earch. Shall nat Florida spread ;e ra \,e e c such an opportunity, for gpo
ear bety down we set a gentlena who ple 'to viqdicatq.,hr tl^
thronlg for inspection? Shall she had traveled as far up as Enter- charily, aud it .Awnld seem"
not, although young and feeble the wise nldtt h. Amo

Will practice In the State and United
States Courts., jaully



Will practice In the Courts of the 5tlh
audidal CIrcuit. laul~ly
Will practice lu all the Courts of the
Fitli Judicial Circuit. jah8'76.tf.



Willi,. \wtrs home-spnln trowcers,
AndI such a c,-ars, sir.it- hat I
But tlh,: faeLc that looks from un.-cr tl
i rim,
Is hi.,,,ls~i,- and~ h,'ive, for all that ;
And Iio eyetw, the..y look at me so queer
T!at my heart goes pitU-a-pat.
Eyery uiaht, whe-n tlec work i-3 done,
\W'esit in the twiliHzht gr.,y-
W illi-.- :1 d,l I. li tdie iviedi porch,
And ind ,ll- 'he .,urs, awvy;
I thillk it's bc-tt r th.in op,.-ra,
Cr tli-eatre, aILV ,la.y.
,., si,1-1 last ni,.!it, that tlh summer
I Ijri' ] .. r l-ecc.lsi'.' I am here,
That hiN \.,rk wa4I never sto eat.y
A.'s it, is w I.Au l .1iir--
Ai. lie h,? s.iid--biut. lhvrn, I woi'L tell,
S lich f,',,i fii'. L,,, i.icreI anld dear.
How. 1.uirr. is the.- bl'trai.h of tlu".' lovt.r.
'Fi.tt comuis froii th..; iin,.;i,Ij\.s mown
How ho he tht. sky l,3-j mne,
With tht- twviuklinx lights. rull sowi!
No \\".,i,_l.' lhi.it Willie i, lbtt.:r
Thalu i,,'-u V.: h.J lle ill [OJW !1.


Ocakat Florida.
I will continue the practice of Dentis-
try, and wfll he happy to- wait 6nmny cus-
tomers at any tume they maybe in need
of my professional services. Terma cash
,or country produce. il. .


l. J. HARRISPropridtor
Ocaila, Florida. .. ....

Travelers can reach Ocala via Gaines-
villeon Florida Railroad, or on steamers
via St. JomR river and Silver SIpri,,z.

FOR ONLY $3.50
The Detroit, Mich'^irn,
-andl the-





a tI I I It itt.,"% v ,tU,,

| ......... i .- l u.1. ., I 1.- i il l i--
lance of ),:.ing well nd wo.,rtiiy
r,(Ire.-.en It.d it lI,- a aIIprw. L-!iing
C n t ci. n t ia l E l ,,,s it 'i -,n I t is t r u e I
tI l i t S ,o m et (. N t rli' s ]1a\ e1 b ,:,n m ai le I
if) llis ,.lir'eeti,n. B ut thity have t
i !T., o:-,.;..,, dit. arId dlf )ltory in
I }' ci ri c -! ll i *;i ^e i ,:: rl ,; l n ,, l t hl ., r u-.s l ls i v e
IlD irii t-,,u:o .s-i.lliietu;.tyv ii c',.,tld l
h] vei. i V it].":< ; d --ir,.,l. L,-tC \i- c -,, id-

tT l~ .l, il'i, U1t t'..,Ir a m -i,,it II! Flr- O
ilMa was Ilie ISL t Uf t1ie si~stcri'ho0d
(if iates. ciilpied by Enr,_)p,;i-ans.
H,-re. !,rgig b fivi thl-e F ttleliieli[s
of Jilriestwn auld Plnmouth, 1h111
,m. ein iu the Ulhriltian tfiitlh h ,ll
h.\\.l pLlaul,.l, ard 'iviliz;itim hlia, I
ttl]:L'tn a if,,,th,,hl. U until % ithin \
.a few yefIS pas,, IIr wonilouiS
and iliM] r.-_ified 'rest Ici-S have been
1iik!liu\\ti, 11!i let-i" vla.t and ex-
tIolsire C .iI :11.>iIlii.s ti ,,-noti 'o d .
Jlaill i- was i',^anld by tile
uiXiuf,.,rlned as ia sieiil sanid-bank,
,,r a piesti elI il niIorass-a fit hab-
itition fur t lie sa\' g,. Seminole, or
the iitaijtd alig.at,,r. Tlie ni.isses,
Cvei 1l Al". eiiei'itll-., liad ;as v;igo1e
;tIi i1idnfi.iii'e c'ice],pti,;us of its pie-
culiar tup.agra ili", is dil Livir, g-
sto)inI t 1,( l' i,,ItIrh r,:t'A li ica. !l t I e
cnO I ;M (A..1,'.'i I)I Ii'A exi1!'-,r Ii i,-):,S of
tlh it C-,1ii11r1 TV T l e i :e l i,-i i l It
,111,,, ',I;I Staltl. wa.asa t 1tr a incog-
iiif,,, \\ ii, s e t '',iil S w.* ln llS t'n g e niie r-
e,1 ltiil imiasnmata, and whose
tie,.'.r v t',,- %f \\Lre only suitalbl
nb":, e (';, liro Ilin." wild 1,,-asl. an,1 '
nxidIs ljpt'ilc The search of"
Pinre DT,: Lt,,u f<,r tlie miraculous[
l',.1tit;Li'iCT p, yuth and strength,:
was branded as mythical, or as
tlih vagary of a crazed imiagination.
And vet tlie vision of the gillantC
old cavalier was prophetic, and is in \
procOcess ,Of ealliztion. The spring
of restorative water which-he vain-
ly sought, has been discovered by
thousands, who find in our balryn C
and equ:'tble climate; renewed life
and unaccustomed vigor. Year by
year, Floridfa is becoming to the
invalid aud lfourist during the
winler;r season, what Saratoga, l
Newpl),rt, the :Virginia Splrings

Cenfcf.inial Apippal /or Aid.
ADIu.s,4S OF 'r1Tl- r.\TU. BOARD.
Ir is high litme that the pe:,-ple
of this, State shOuld awaken to the
l il C te fes lV r i.*iia d rr-.'at ;inin.,,,--

(&It "I"V"-'- prise, and was sadly disappointed ewlse. ,,uld.Slldy,4be ,.
modestly stand among her sister at the appearance of the country, of this terrible calamity-vhi-oh_
S states and assert her claims to and had resolved to return home' befallen the industriouschlliedlm,
nh He irmiwined that there was Ell pint t he way fur, relief as doS.i
\Ve confildently belit-ve that l ,h i n I iden eery fu h -ia ,l'S
,, *' pal~~~tliaiesidence every four hnn- 1 `1 ls I-ff^^^ H la~ir
the'e ,s too mud,(;l tale [)rde and 1, Ml ~
t h -r i t :) l u le S al p ida l rtI- d yva rd s a lo n g l t h e riv e r, a n dl ii
tu-.> mucih patriotic teelin- in tile : rioE H3 HM ^ B
of',, Flo ridto ie P- riii It, expected each mani he mot 4o have T 1:;j1
.,..,lUS of FI,)l dias to t ^ill an ,'a P grov-e in his p pocket J I
(Ills .udtM u o uiu,,ti(-d.' It iSi'i th the (very pine tree had blen a dateidM
tie I i rl t a hint n e ',
oI alm, e\,rv eylir.-ss arr orangegi State 'ill be ahead atthe ^ ^
propeiati,,n tr efc, L.ingathive p- atid erv e" bay a fi-tree it would Cenlenuia1 exbbtion.n a .
ppr,,raimin fo:r eftivcling this ipur- a' atubeo Isc lulto s "
pose. '"he ( t y, the dev ,lves h fallen below his calculations t an line- that of minor de'l "-
,, y, h, d ,l e Ihad his sights set unreasona- tive art s -thomain o'.'. '
up>..n tile pec-iple- at larg-, and we veat-emangpexyte
,,,a le bly hlih, b'ut there was a reason articles af ar e i '' ^o.
would~ ~ ~ )i, pnvi)i.fert ornaments ithdarcl obvv\
would urge,' upon *V( i/0deara.-Ifor it; perhaps not a reason justi- t'-t ,
~/ '- d ,terie from native material. .,
e.r-'h fh,:.,ly l and tilthe ,c-N. olfe; y inhis wonderful exl,,catios, thave seen beautiful hats," pnaef
early a. ,t dvos .- : 'e a 11ou. TIie .u t showing nevert leleas how ... ... -'isj .W
ladi-s, evl'orf,, m,'sl t in all l c.,,,d b" flowers, wreaths, l- tiure fdatM -
workI, arn- actel they came tn ) occu his miid, etc., made of t&e palmetto." .
rwi. funds. M.,e0" hs : > H,e i He was, we believe. ,persuad(ed to have been shown shell work,
obtan1ti,-D ,,-l, tr give out thle idea (At' an immeiate elrv and pa.lot ornaMen, '.
t r return, and to visit the interim r. e i "Sy 'd I .
in vns portions of t ie nd beStey; de1a
in ~lr,)u l'orio~s ,)f the Staeit is very l:rubable that lie is now. t t,
ill ail of thr oljr-et. !") t; I I carvings of erns and flg'w l ";
iu ad ottht' oIj.ct. '',) l,; an admnirier of the State. The les-thior ikoft
what car. be effteted in (his an-1an acD"c~lte&ap h -the ivory tutks of a I I j g'i
whea WO Mention tle fact. thatM ison- t,:, w draw lron this is, that brilliant fatherr WorlI
Indiana, where the Legtislatuie those wlo Write tip our Stategorgeous plumage
sed an appropriation, the la-t should tell the simple unvarnh- birds, and last bush
refuse analrpilotel-ed truth) anid not "spread it on moticrdosand e latb
dlies havo rai.-,ed .525.000 already, t t hik"--I a .lso rost curious and Pres.x
thr,,ugh tea-parties, etc., and are .. t00 Press. mantfacttnred of ib -
still wf-rkinii,' with urndiminishe il cdl. Robt. Bulllock for Gover- most perfect specimens o
zeal and spirit. A general c,,n-' nor. we have seen were made andd
eprt. of action among the ladi 1s ofj A corresponddent of the Cedar to us b the Midsses Pal rr'T
this ,.Iate, would so,,n bring about Keys Journal, writing tiom South Monticello, Florida. They
t.he desired cuniisunimaticm. WV? Fhlrida, suggests the narne of Col. no resemblance whatever to
wonld suggest most lespecttully, Robert Billock, of Ocala, for original material, beingformed |
and yet most urged ihiat th,. Gov,-rn.,r. The writer says: the most delicate and.perfect H
fair ladies of our State, hroug-! I see ilt ti question is being blanceof flowers; of-peirfect
1,ut its length and breadth, A't i o d ness nodding upon silver
n I I'" '' iagitatedl a good deal at )present "'
ONCE institute steps for raising '-_ .h 9 Pand tbrming appropriateJ
O9land the Tmost Drom~inent man, 0-o rrl
funds by Martha Washington Tea pently is Gen. W. D. Barn"s of'ornaments more beautiful
Parties, Fairs, or any oIther means! West Florida. I have no acquain- eye than the usual and-farl
deemed m,,st practicable, and that; stance with tiis gentleman but one of pearls.-The SunnyS^S
they be field iu their respective lu-"learn that he has fine abilhtiesaand ....
cavities on the 22d of this month, is a maof" onor. That is the A Cement for covering tl
kndt of' mian we want. We waut o vn hthsbe o
or as soon thereafter as possible. at) intrigui politician or wire of ovens, that has been
1 no lnt~c'r' ie ~ltilno iecellent in practicee'and.t
We appeal t. you, ladies, in the puller. Stich en ar. no better crack,'but beomes. v' l -
full assurance that you clearly than the thieving carpet-baggers ad mis iB
recognize the iuposrtatc of the And should, have no showing in ^ls _ine v.. BBf
stiaject, and, with the lknowIedge t hearty" C-Bl. lock of Oeala crushed a si
.."- <... .is'oijr.Jh~oi~ce downhere fir Gov-jnksm ta
on our part, that we can accol.l- : u .. ing some salt ap
... :t-., : : '.': ernor. W e n w II 1 to "for. m .it ...int
plish nothing without your timely ,-- '- i. o r late
.~~~ h.honest nman. a 9UTi, the a e cracks,_are eCo hftl-,
and invaluable assistance. We unpleasantness le- did not seek a '11 ,'f I. 1
no ~ ~ ~ ~ d -bo]. J oven 18 cold1. 1If t $ iis W "11
confidently rely "ponfour al"1 no ire proofle some o ourr--
aud co-operation in.:falcilitatiing leading politicians, who through I they will it iowl .
... hl nfot'vestry'to .... ..t ewh vovens,mew, m,)
our purposes, aund h ringing this ;`el,1). lAes y,,o ,,ete almost iu destructible. _...
'- t- C t 11 (I I\ .' -hfi w H/ r l t lii ..d-

A TTONu E Y A2 I..jA r-,

-:...... Ocala, Florida. "
Vi61ll rratin in this rnrr- rof f.lit, 15th



i k tit& l i., ,1 !
aess entrusted to hi.% cp-e.
lo~~~~~% ---- T ty'^

^l^C^^^Q~l^, *^,

"^^^r~if^ l

hJ ".|&r. The railroads
4 ve to the counties
$S, they pass facilities
z r^rans:t that Marion does

assess although she hopes
hem-t. no distant (lay.
re glad that such facilities
eirs and that editorial ex-
s t'o the country aln.on those
re bv.iug made. Reports
l x(i1rcion0_ will be cireu-
-oagh the length and
f the land with glowing
*-if; what are- to b., seen
rd. This nm,t result
i, the advantage of tele
Hited in quickening ira-

If 7O wtek to nnredeus VftrU =10te
Gardening for Pofit I
read "
Practical Floricultur I
It you wdI& to QardM ftr Amumw at
for Home Unonly, read
Ga ending for Plasm I
Peter HendersOn,
Price $1.50 each, post-psd, by mil.
Our Combined Catalog Us ftr 2IM at

Sent Free toIllI Appicallnt*
Out lars Illustrated Catalogue of &uak
and/Kan&tumbering 175 paeando-
tainipgacploredplta MnwtO=tch
to rs oaney or try of bo* Winh
boo=Sest Btto allodtbws as ge4>taf

85 Cortluft Str ob ,
*_ W, YORK.'

Sheriff's Sale.

By virtue of the authority vested 1-,,;
Me by a Decree or Judgment. of Fort-!
<.-.:,iiurrand sale rendered the 30th 0ay'of.
Marel, A. D., '872, in a case j'Meding:
in tOh circuitt !.'onrt of the 5th J 1lici'.
1 ircu-t c,f Florida, in and for the county
->t )Marlon, wherein S-imuel A. Swan.,
"l'ri-t.:e Was a Coinmplaini ant d e11)
lF'lrnqla Id a il road Conps>;ia y ik. Def'ien-.'it,.
1 %i}ll offer for sale aid %.eil at p.i..i<-
v,,:('ry, in trot, ,',rthe Co trr Hoast e *,I *'*''
ill te.U town of OcAla, coUnty and Sta e
;i,.'r-.,,l.on the first Monday in Febr -
:trv, X. D,; 1876. being the seve;#i 1'ay of
< ild iiilIith, the roadway, depots, ,.taa ;
1,)ls', lr.'anch;scs anrl equipineu's, ailn
ii Il t h e ri qh t, tite. interest, possession o-r
'.laitv y (-"rcdfullitio'i u.' the said Defn~il
atit ofl, in, or to V tht: ra iway, J. p,/i.-.
stations. franchises and equipment, an I
all other rights and interest thereto be-
longi ag between Wallo, (the Cedar Keys
junction,) and southward in the direc-
tion of Tampa Bay and known as the
Southern Section of the Flolrida Rail-
road, or so much thereof as Is necessary
for the payment of the outstan ling Bou',s
principal and Interest, issued by the
Florida Raih Ioad Company, and to secure
which said Trut Deed, or Mortgage, was
executed. W. .1. cGRATH,
Sheriff Marion co., Fla.
The above sale Is postponed, until
Monday, the 6th day of Marh,' A. D.
1876. W. J. McGRATH,
felbot Sheriff Marion county.

110-*Lil d upeuina new ente-r-
\ patriotic citizens will
tHI 'hisitidr prolt) ect f r
1 tl ut,-t t) I a I lie stme
-t J1 arise, &will,
;,, ;rg~ -ivei :at-
" It seenl)8
If) s necessary to
[result butth
(it'tiik ;Of the People anti a little,
iftlqt:a- ibmtdirection.
|*'6tA orida Agriculuriit of
11-b; -5th, Mr. Codrinnton says:

All persons-, having demand'Q a pi'n.-.
the e-state of JO)EL L. LOMAN. leit,
of Mari-m county, Florida, deceampti
are-horeby notified to present the same to
me duly authtntipaicl within the time
prescribed by lawor, t th same will Ix,
bared payment. All j .-iw-m indebt#4i
to said estate are req>.n,-tWi co make pay-
ment to the unders'ziiued.
W.'J,- McGIUNTH, Sheriff,
au'll Ex-Oiicto .Ahum stmt,'wr,
qutscribe for TigR BNXK.ia ad I.t roil
k Fi;e Pray. Only #180 & yvea



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For Palatka and, Silver Spring!

CAPT! H. A_. GuAT,
Wil leave Palhtka every Tliursday
evening, after arrival of tCe Charleston
steamer, and arrive at -Silver Spring
every Saturday morning.
Will leave Silver Spring every Satlur
day at 12 o'clock, and arrive at Palatka
every Sunday morning.
Polite attention shown to all pasena
rers. oct9.1y.


3F Z. IByABI, Editor.

-**.SATUADAY.- February 9th, .876.

"We are particularly anxiis to
to wake tle remote pIarts of this
State more generally kuown, and
should like to take an excursion
party of editors and reporters to
show them tle inducements that
are offered for immigrants in ox-
treme western Florida. Will the
people there inform us how this
can be managed? No part of
Florida should be neglected. We
are willing to do our part if the
citizens will meet us half way."
Now, Mr. Editor, why not give
Mr. Codrington and his editorial
friends an urgent invitation to
Marion county? What greater
encouragement of their acceptance
is necessary than the assurance
above given; or wlhat could be
done to benefit the county so
greatly at such a small outlay of
time and expense? The paitN
could come by river to Silv-r
Spring. Teams could he provided
to convey them to Ocala, Orange
Lake, and other parts of the coun-
ty. There ar* many citizens who
woulld be glad to entertain them
and show them everything of in-
terest in thia beautiful and fertile
region. At the time of the State
Fair arrangements could be easily
made for such a visit. Will not
some of our leading men see that
this is done? RAMBLER.
PUNTA RAM8A, Feb., 10, 1S76.
To the Editor of the Banner:
DEAR S!R:- -lorida is consider-
ed a st-mi-tropical country. With
regard to thc Northeru p,,rti,.u ot
the lpenite-ula this opinion is per.
fectly correct, but the Southrn ex-
tremity of the mainland (t Fl,,rida,
fio,.m the liltie Miami ou the At-
lantic, ard t lie Ca'O.sahl ctwtt e riv-
er op the Gulf coast, to the m,,st
Southern point, ,with all tlhe is-
lands, or "Ke~s," laying South Jf
these latitudes, the climate, as well
as tile vegetation, have an entirely
typical character. The Calii,,s-"
hatchve river firms the b line b-tween Manatee ard Mo,,roe
counties, and tlhongil it flrwo three
degrees Nor0l of the tr,,pics, the
vegetation, which oinamtnts the
b;,nks 4,f this beautiful river, is al-
t.,gether tropical; and the prox-
imity of the Gulf of Mexico, with
its tepid waier, and the large ex-
panse of the wa.er of tile river,
lake Okevcholwe*, The Everglade%.
and the numerous smaller lakes
and ponds, whichi a&e distribut-
ed over tLe surface of Monroe
county, produce a mild and warm
air the whole year round, and i',
fiet, tile climate in Monre county
is, amtl ing tile( winner months, war-
mier, than in the ihlaiid ,,f Cuha,
where the air is eonled by its high-
er elevation over the level of the
sea, and is also cooler and more
pleasant dim ing the summer
months than in Cuba. '
A great numnber of the N01 th-
ern erectors, who reside dtlrinig the
winter months in the '"Italy of
America," have never visited a
troplical country, and I am certain
that everyone ot them is longoing, to
see once in his ]lfellime a primitive
tliopkal f, rest of giant palm trees (
and to behold a coconut-tree in
fult bearing, or, the. still more (
graceful date palm, with its 1
crown of flowers.

Everybody can satisfy that de- s
sire with little expense, and with-
out the danger of c.,ming in tn. t
pleasant contact wilh the blood- t
thirsty Spaniards iu Cuba, or the L
as dangerous Grea.ers in Mexico; -
to hl executed by the former or s
robbed and a-isasinattd by the lat-
ter, as it is often the case with a t
great m',ny ot our countrymen it'
they visit one or theotherof these c
iwo countries. r
There are two roads from the
N,,rth to Mouroe county, the tiol-
ical part of Florida; one by land, c
and the other by water. I will t
lead the visitor on both roads sep- r
erately, as the effect, which is pro- i
dueed at first sight, when reach-
ing the Caloocahatchee river, is a
different, but in both instances i
grand and enchanting. v
We travel first by land, and E
take fur our starting point Ocala, t
in Marion c,,inty, as I have de- t
ascribed, in a former letter, the i
roadi leading from the north to s
Ocala, the Mecca of Florida. At t
Ocala, guides, saddle horses, or
vehicles, can h'e hired at moderate
rates. T1he road from Ocala qfl- a
ows the telegraph wire, and 1eads o
through Sutnerville, and from t
there through a thickly settled r
and well cultivated country to-i
Bartow, the county site, of Polk r
Colitly. .,
Bartow'.is a nicely situated town 8
with good store, and comfortable a

waf fi..li, i lh .i t its id lii,n?
\,ilt'.' iallot ,tiii'ini," tlhe w % itf a- I
siill rMoW l os. shoals o sail wa-
ter fish tiavel up thl1 river to lake
Ok,echobee, to spawn th-re.
We enter one of* the b,,ats and
sail upillche river; on bothl binks
we will find a few new clparing.p
inhabited by intelligent and indus-
irious seftlvrs. Above these set-
tlements the river narrows. and
the juingleg are interrulted by
perpendicullar bluhffs of the height
if twenty-five to thirty f-et. A
tl-ow rifles rowinr brings 18s to Flirt
Tl'hmpsin another s-ttllement,
which ie fist incre-nsing by new
arrivals. The soil here is ft" the
sale grood quality a-s below, aid
all the trees in this jingli,- are en-
circled by vrl-pe vines or the !anm-
ily of vitis ro 7 ndi'filia or vOits
vu7lp'li a. All aling the Cilosa
hatchee river the custaid apple is
growing wild.
Fnm Fiort Thiprn),on we re-
tu'n down tlhe river until we roach
thie ft-rr,' at ihe criissing ,of tlit-
t(lhgrrphlh wire. B,-fire nrrivilo,^

below Dr. K,lnlm's, Mr Cilli,'?
6firnm; this ,(,it gewlenimin lirs hi.;
Igrounds w ,,rked in flip mpt SN'-
tem:ilicir imannier. Tlie ,.,re nil.n-
tiiri,, f,rry i is the frilpeev ,,1 lira
tel,-4ralih c(,mtiany, aid its "to ra-
t,,r. M r. Y ,,lilii acts t'a ir\'iiinil.
F lr',,i] tlit at i-,, i, A w h e ] Im w,,
r ilas loading t, FtMt eM,-vers
Fir-t %,a sail dl.,wn tlhe river anid
p.i-' n1 few n,,r,- clet'rin.- a1i !1oii-o
mliich Mr. Y ,,,i,. M r. Muliri,,
H--ndry andIl Mr El-niiinils~loifih-
seive t.> le luen i,.-n, %,- [l, \i itit.
last ulentii,ned |lirm tlu fhir el
wiilens d crid tnl s vm i i'.n ; lch l 1-,i
,,' ii'ilan s, ttw icli h ie lt e ,i ..iot tit
a'er |-'!,, s, aind fie chali cls D--
twt-en fle i-d.nds is tlhe h rme fI
tlihe ti liy trihe. H ei'- t i-;vI tihe
tr!>v,.!-r. liy writer t, pursue tlieir
way tip F im t l il,-'eis anill i'eliii'ni It.
Mr. Y.ling's lelegrapth ,.thre t,
.v-rve as a iiidoe to > ) li- tri'vel- rslI,\
lilind. Tlh. rr,,ad le-,ds rli 'e ,lirmigiu
tihe ilelhind. A[ a didiia ee ,,t
ablout llt ree nuiih- i'e. ve ,, e t' ilit
fiist hol'- wliihh ila in allott-d 1-y
M r. MNlBir;glit, a tri, ir,,r P41,,ii il
the Etit-lif ld i.le. M r. M ai.Bii, ili:
(-',,11iilltltfed f riun in.i two yt tr.; & l-,,
wilh a capital ,,ft$2, U. -S curr, n.-
i., ad has ,a thil yrnr n t-w ncrir
tit, c!,-aitti and cultivated gr, iuil,
a eii,,it,,rible hous.e, a cuit 1 ui
Y.,kd of txen, aiinl a i-,d hr?.e
This vemr ihal pt-rso,-v-riug g7lile-
n i 'el l .,Id twu iiutidred ,J,,ll~ir.
worth of Aweet Ipwt-itfles, ail ndot-
hundred dollttrs w,,rith o" ti-pup-
kins. N),w, lw;it other r part ot
'he worlil can pr,,dice a siiuila
itiitmiicee %here itmno c;in r;lst,
hijn elf iu two> year:,, wit!) iLnli\
his own launids, ti'i n,,thiipg t.,
file po.s-estsio e of a c,,tilui table
h,min ?
Attrr leaving Mr. MlcBrihlit's
place we C, Dle to "iwt-,, mile
e y-k," a qe lt-unient (in b.,th sliil,.s
-if' a crer k, hliiclh has a rirh s,,i.
and .in ii, d.-L tii,,u. ami l,,,.. II r ,it le
p oi, iul.' tiuin. T he |fr lt-u i .. h f~re.
gl,W isillg~r-calle, rice', eorli, sweett
pntattres and veg e.tibht:.s. F r., >
twelve mile creek the .r,,al hainl:
tllr,,uih l inp lands hicrh ary \\\-
tersi.ersrtd with cyyress torests.
Here 1 agaiin leave tte traveler
to fled his way to Fort bMeyerrt,

and 1 will pil,,t the visitors,
who arrive ini bonroe county by
siteamner, up the Cahoosahatchve
river A regular line of ste, reels
ruili between Ke-y West, alld Cedari

Dmiin-i my v;sit their I hdnd
I i-1.sllsre ,,f nn inlr dnetiin to
Mr. Key Gii'T, a veiierable old
entlenimin. Mr. K. G appeared
to Ime to be on]v ab,uf three hun-
drAd years' nhl, "lit I was greatly
mis.taken, as I foiind .IIt. after-
wards. Mr. K. G. was born long
before the creation of the world,
and was at the time of' the deluge
an old man. Now, beo.,re the
dt~nfge, the art of wine making
was not invented and Mr. K. G.
hadl never seen-nn inlox1cated per.
s,,, nnd when, after the waters
srlbsided, he beheld grandfather
Noah in his drunken state; lip

aIIee 111n110(dat i,,1-s f.r tI nv v'el 'rs.
Twelve nil,.- (' n-il B rw is FiB
Mead, a thriving Ipl:'e, uitli a
drug and a few g,,od st,,res. It is
situated on Peace creek, which
country is well settled, mostly by
stockraisers. Here cominences the
region for caltle breeding. From
Fort Mead to the "big prairie"
the county ii well timberrd and
watered, and along the road every
fire to six UiNh s a thriving form,
witli a hospitable owner is found.
The "big prairie," an extensive,
grassy level, which supports many
thousand head (if horned cattle, is
dotted with numerous small ham-
mocks which 01ppear like oases,
and produce a picturesque ef.
feet. We cios. the prairie through
its 1ieadth for about fifteen miles.
At a distance of ahont eleven
miles we pass a tele-raph station.;
three riies father we foid prai-
rie ere-k, and one mil, more blyin!--,
us again to pine forstk which
continue until we strike Ihe Ca-
Io,,sahlichee riv,-r. This track ,,f
land is inlhabiled bly n nmeroins
lherds of d,-er, and nniiy grio,
sptortsma. Is arle loL ki-1 from
three to rix of these graceful ani-
mals in a day. The hunting at
night by torchliht is ar excitin-
pastirmp and felp-iys well the loss4
of a fiew h,.urs sle-p.
After a &o,, ;.^ of al-,,ut thirty
milFs ihrmhthi this ninefnrest we
arrive at a pasture fence, through
which Ihe road leads toi the mile
and a halfdistan, fcrrr nc"ros the
Caloiimhatclife river; i t here \\e
leane'the telegraph ro;d and n;iulae
a difour of' a mile ani a half t-tt
ward, to enlj,,y in a higher deir'ee
the subli e lieniiily of" trop-ic~i l
f,,rest. A trail leads us to Dr.
Janis Kelliuu's h.,in,-sitad. %f"-
ter eroqsin, a narrow cri--k we are
in sih',t -t H dense, flo,,-sr; a CCeu
hundred yird-' tiiriher rnd Wt en-
ter a tropical jiiml-A The li im ,.
h'il i-n,-ck, as tlt I) ,il ain ] (n-. 011
the Vililahl mc htoc-ee iilidwihor rivers
are called, would not corivey the
correct idea A' the tr,,pical ior,eis
which line tlie ba,,k,, on both sid,.s
(it' ihe n-ijeStic CalooD;th;liclife
river. Veneialkle oaL and ot lhr
trees 4of harl wood, nre,- overopped
by the crwiisii ot giant palm Itreea.
wliich waft their gra.cefiul leaves
in the pure air ,,f iiS Ieantiflil
climn.lte. All the rrvte.? are entang-
led with aii lle work ,f blroadi leaved
and evergrt-en creping pl; n iiit,
which pr,,duce tlhe Able year
round the m, st I ariiul sAid va-
ri0iated fl,)w,-rs of deligtliful aro-
m;*. These juiinlti are iullabitmi
by bears, wild cats aidndi tie Aiii-ri-
can lauitht-r, here called liger, and
in the Irees it" these deni-,e tiorestst
roo.st large fl-,cks ,f v.ild luikeyp
and theirr birds. When the c.,ln-
try is settled, the wild aniiiiials
will be compelled to iuwike r,,ooi
for the industry oif man. aind Mis.
Smi'h and Mis. Jones can enter,
without danger the jungglts ,-fI
Monroe county.
A quarter ,ifia mile trav I Iiii,-i11
a chleared[itrl ltl through the plrilii-
live t'.rest bring nsU to~ a cleariin',
which is Dr. J. Kelluiin'H orc'h~tidl;
here we finid a gient vaiiietv of hb.-
nana, plantain, orange, lemon, ni,,
daleai hd olhe:.r tropical fmiui lrees.
His vegetable garden, which co~n-
rains an asparagus bed, is ell
worked and in perfect order; thie
rich soil, which consists in an up-
per layer of decomposed vegetable
matter, intermixed with sand and
clay to the thickness of from i
eighteen inches to three feet, rests '
upon a rich marl subsoil, and pro
duces any kind of vegetables to
The soil in all the other home--
st eads in the jungles of Ca],,osa-I
hatchee river i of the same fo~rma- ,

;ion and fertility and is without a
doiibt the richest soil in all Flori- I
da. Dr. Kelhim is the practicing s.
ph.vsician of the settlement, and
also of Fort Meyers, but as the t
whole locality is one of the health- h
hiest, the Doctor can employ the I
greatest part of his time to the U
cultivation of his plants. Up the t
river and adjoining the Doctor's f
grounds is Mr. Thorp's phlce. I
T'his gentleman is now planting t
>ut tropical fruit tree.;. Olpp site 1
these two orchards is Mr. Baun- t
mna's nursery of all kind, of trop- i
cal fruit trees. Mr. Baunman r
grows the coffee tree, the vanilla n
and tonco bean, and other trop-
cal plants. Mr. B. has over twenty t
varieties of bananas anti plantains, \
;ine varieties of the Eucalylptus g
ree, and frorm fifty to sixty varie- %i
ies of roses, and lie will be able i
u a short time to supply new a
ettlers with all kinds of' young a
rees and tropical plants. P
These homesteads lay on the (
banks <,f the Caloosahatchee river p
,nd each of the proprietors is the t
awner of a sailing boat and all
hree of the gentlemen are extreme- A
y obliging and will take visitors s
n their boats up or down the t
river to show them the beautiful o
scenery of that deep and tranquil 1(
stream. The Caloosahatchee river U
,bounds in great varieties of fish. t
['rout, perch, and 0ther sweet i

and on LoIh its Iinks mrw santp-
!y fieI ne li'.-,-s, Iitl) ,.ccaI s ,,I I 1,I sm all
jun lAes? ,' piin frees. A cr-iise of'
**ibnut thiee limirs duiratioii brings
us in sight of Fort Moyers
In my ],)aFsa~e 1,y land TI have
attem pli-d t l,_ciibe the r;Ini-I
tive trol,ioal f,-r-st; by our \vater
route the fiisl sight is also tropical,
but it is not the wild as-.ect of a
jiin"rle, inhal,iattdh by carniverous
aninmais; it is tlhe Eden which tihe
i ndistrv oif men can create for
themselves in Jro-iVaIl climrales.
On the left hank f the rivr-r. upon
wAich Fort Mevors is sitvaled isa
continued row oflbnana plants and

By virtue of an txecutiorn
of the County Court of Marion
Florida, and to me directed. w"
Benjamin Wyman is Plaintiff anddanH
31. Grincr, Administratorof' the esta
Martin Griner deceased, is Defendant,
have le'.-Ie,l upon and will offer for sale
before the Court House door In the town
of Ocala, ou the first Monday in Febru-
ary, A. D., 1876, between the legal houm
o0 s.ale. to ibhe hbihest bidder forcash, the
following describe I property, to wit:
S J of section i9, andrn | of section 80,
and sei of n e and w obf neland n
i-f s o e aind s w Iofw of s e and o e J of
s w I of section 20, and s w i of n w I
aud n w J 0o s w t of section 21,11 In
Stown[hip 14, range 22; also, the e J etfse
I of sectjog 24. and the J ot n e i of sec-
iion 25, and s e i of section 1, and n J of
n e \ of section 12, township 14, range
21;, also, the w or 9 w I of section 6,
township 14, range 22 east; 1,392 acres,
more or !ess,
Levied upon to satisfy the above exe-
cution. W. J. cGRATH, .
Slerlff Alarion co., Fla. -,,I
-janl-_4t.-td.< .- ;.
Tlie above sale is postponed until
Monday, the flth iday of March, A. D. 1876,
and will be sold at 10g) risk of the
purchaser. W .. MGRlAI H,
Sfebljl I.i.l Shuirill'Mariolu county. -)


N OTICH I.;livrrhy givpii thal-e fol-
lowhing d, scrilii prop-r'\" las here.
in.,ifi,-r se,.'ii ,I will he sold'At public
Zauictioli on Mondlav, the '..S
6TH DAY OF MARCH, 1876. .
a ()F-.c;l;, il the county of Marion or No
h,,U, i tli,.r,.of- ;' v wril l ho nece-ss vy to pay
rh. ;lnlhUllt ,,I "t -" *ur *;-aid tuwn or
illt i-. al .>.a r ,_idli.r., Jilul thee flrat, M G,
il,.d ,ill, :,-. s,...I a;.,iinit "said pro fetl y,
t.2nr \vit"ii i he c -,-t+ of sale and ad-
Vilrl'illtih, Ihe aimiioi .it as specified seL
opposite to the sev<.ral descriptions;
Albi rt-Cl, rk: I .l>,k; $2.58.
C.,tlic:trt, T K; Ir 10 acre lot; $4.35.
Calhlwell, X'& T W; IH4ot on public
square: S5.10.
IuP,..ind, B E; lots land 2, bWock 66;
$3 6O.
Dawkinm, Wallace; 1 Houqe and lots 3
and 4. Nock 35 0 S and lot 9 S- S; $$5.15.
GI,'-oil, B i l'eIi;' 3 ia'l' 4 ,l; S&.95.
Hi.I \ ini ton, ,.S.; "2 hlv s $2 35.
1, Eirjilp, E M: ; of bliock 66. lot 3. block
.27. lo:s 1 Ind '2. block 53, luts 3 and 4
block 5;3; $10.73.
Li wis, William; lot 4 block 17, N S 8;
$275.. ... -,
Ro2erq, S St G,.o; fr bloitk 21 0 R, lots
3 a u, 4 l)ltck 15 N S, block 79 OSblockA
6 and 7-1, N 8 9.85.
Col1..ctor of Town Tame&
feb.6- tf. "* : :""t- '. .:
.WHERKIAs, by an' order made and
filed by the 'Hon. Win; R. Hill. er, J.dgr:
of Yrobbate for Marion co'lnty, Florida,
tai the 3rd day of .anuairy,A.. D, 1876,
Mary R Dickson, Administr.utrix of the
estate ot HenryVW. Dick4on. late of said
county de et.w,.-.., w ar irmovrd allnd her
li ttt-rr4of adininistrition revoked, and,
Ri'/erom, 'on the IS'h day of January,
A. D., 1876, 1,F. N. Foy, of slid county
and St:it e,wa IluCY apprint.d by sald
lulLe Adhiniistrator de boni. non, and
Wherea.-, ,,n or aboijt the 2Sth d-iy ol
March, A. D .,, 1870,.,:ild M:aryR. Dick-
son. A-ihiistrat.rixa" aforesaid, filed a
written.< u- ,-,! oflinqol vency .r f sald
estate according 10 law in said Probate
Court, now this l to notify all persons "
having demands against said estate to
file them Without delay, duly authentic.
cztted according to law.
P. N. POy,
Administrator do bonis 76.
Jan..22nd, 1876.

,,lorit_ and the Centennial.
",i, We republish the address of the
"* State B3oard to the citizens of
\ Florida appealing for aid to have
SOur Htate properly represented at
the Phqadelphia Centennial Ex-
hibitiop. The address rings forth
a- nt'P@ of patriotic fervor and, if
': ag can, it ought to animate
AioT||?citizen of Florida to do


coconut palmnns. inDt beoten their fool; sch an aversion to anlvIhing
dense ,ind luxiiri;int f;lnifpe IhP stronger fhar, water, that hv e in-
neat alt]d ,,uI fort !le dwelling (luted the ediforofoneof the lo
liohvs if' the inhi, nbitnnis lpeep .t cal lmnpers of Key West to sacri-
1 the new compr likp a benit ilifl iand fice the fist page of every or/e of
il-,hfi ulh!,id.n thr-.'gh ,,r v,-il. his editions to little tenpiprance
4 Fort M..yver has. a M i-'onie st-rip,, each ofwhieh ovt;iinsithe
L,,dz- and a sch,,, lho,,n-e, ete 1'it- ami- moral, only- narraf -J with
t,-r s.lp intended bity P roof P irk ,r. v .rioitions.
SI n Ihe 1p1 icT' trl' t WO dr indx m That Mr. Key Gilif is the old-
*rr..e,.ry sarir,,s Tlhe ,ier eioii'.n- osi rin in in the world I Cal) pIrove
,1 i 1y MA l, avierhi, mill th, ,,h o hh~sl,.ry Joe Smithl the1In-
(-r 1) Me- prs. Chl" ann LwL.%. vrIl.-.r of the M,,rmn ret'iln.
t ,,I vI -" ~on, .1 n
4Mrs L;tlier kt-pi, a lb.iardinz t rond out, that the ,iborigins, or
, hiie. mill d,,s anll in her power Indians of America, are the de-
tit make her ciiset; conif.,rinalle sceniitants of the lost tribe of js-
Any visitor who stys a, Mrs La- rnel. Mr Key Gulf was- at, that
nir's will d,.-,i, t itli r pt. Itiiie one of the .-,i- riarchs ,f ,ail.
Cnpt. F. A. I-tili\i, ii w-a'lhy irinke and made, -with his people,
sto-kra:;ser, ship.; ihe ,o re,.tt die voyarie across the Atlai tiic
OMi)hi!,, r if' c .11 I- fo,, Pi,.t R i.A- i'e.iin in the sil,inai irwark-- 8s Joe
s-i to tlihp fi~rf enti,-nmd ,i,,.r- iuinh dise.,vee o. 41 With refir-
k,-ts. A.I tihe inilai,aint.4 ,.f F,,rt ,.nre to the sum!iar'ne a1'k, see his
M,-verts, 1 iltini exc, |it.in. fnre ii- I-,.,: on Mormntr sm.] The wmid
tellil..elit ,: nil indi strinii. ;in<1 *K e\" i- ,4in Indhin word. anl si;r-
e.v.,-r' %,,in 'S he7s ih e is s utirroni'nld b y ninit-s in Enilish "[slrinl." IIt the
wt-11 c'iltivated nrchaurds, v,-.eta- C,,iis,.of tiuife all 'the Other li*atri-
Il>e n,1 rfl,,wer mirdens. !i>'t l d,(,,l, arid the chillrern of the
I1ij. -JeiaeS Ev'inb is the nwnt-er I,,s Iliibe named ihe islands on the
-fa'll the, laind, iin which Fowrl ciut' ofFlorida-'*Keys,* in hon,
MAl'ers is situaletd: the M:.:jr plr- o)r if their survivitig patriarch-
cluts,-d tile ,,Vg l';i it n i l,uldlliii-n Mr. Key GC'ulf.
iltiir ile flidialn wafi and hlinle- Yoiirs, very resperlifillv,
1f-,llte I Ithai q uartlr sec ion o il AMES.
fll- liank olt' t ie river. H e in'-it'n
to) hlive ;the ll wn srvly.., hivell NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
,,oit it r,-guilar streets, and eviry t__
,in,-' .9 lit ,lthtslirvd. As Flirt SH I,-FFS. SALE.
iMti-rl at pro seut is niot, g;rri.,on- Dy% \irtue eofa final decree of foreclo
,'d Jly iro)S, ,\\id neitht-r is, or .) ,re of mortgage issued out of tiie
TCirclu, Court of 'Niarion county 5th Ju-
hIas th.. '.;pprrl'anL'e of a \lirt, I di-al 4'ircuitof Florida,whelein Joseph
c.,r*nsid,-r it ilit simple jusliee t,, B. Kn .ks is [plaInntiff, And De Gi',i F.
ibe ,,w'ier of ihe htlid, lhi t,,. M u ,-rdisdele Ida It, Ihavethis dayTev-i
it, fil Is afe th i< d upif and will offer for sale before the
liilihbiirai, after ihe lrviy is C,,uri ifous,, door in th. town of Ocala,
crnltlettd. Olitg,- Irthe, ninit- in tie l-t MoniiAv the'6th day of March,,;
F MOWS" to Ev ii.ville" k.A D. 1-376, to the ligfiest baldder, for
,,r er t,, i- i" east., the following de-scribed property,
h..rior ito'its owner. The wolrli 0t wit: ThteuUlil,,eh.d-tlfinterest
"-F1,i" rl-iL, i odrni o oe of carnage. 01 tf-,s W I of N E I and S E j of N EI
.*ird tile natme Evansville s,,iul 'Se '+,",and N WIandN.-Iofrsw I(f
1;, c 32, T l, Range 24, Southi andEast,
rurali anlil would lie a more fit and coint: Uiiing 328 acres, more or less, Lev
al.ip|Tori,tle naime., i.d upon ,o satisfy the above decree, this
I haveydesciiied here the r,,p- I9hdyofJanuary A D. 1876.
ical l.entlti,- .,f the Cahloosatichee J. M ^erif,
rivet, sill a1 1n vtry w-ell aware, '
ihar theie are only a iew ,.calitiex SHEAIFF'S SALE.
in Filid.a, whit-h ,,fft-r to actmil 3CARIO COUNTY.
sel tiers |,f-tter' irndticelnents lhn ByBvirtue 0fa. decree of foreclosure of
t lie rich anid 1; rlilt, soil ill' I nrie it,- mortzi.)e issued ouf6f the,-Circriit ',urt
Ple rIv-r. The-re are slill larI',-r Itir the 5th Judicial Circuit of Florida, e
S n.111.1 tr) rf directed, hayv- levied upon
iracitA oftler-i;e land, which can Im ,id will offer for public sale on the first
hiri-.tidltil, ;tlild Ihe olht-r itd Mimohnlay in March, ,the 6th day, A. D. t
c*an b- enteredl unrider the p~.sesntm- l7,i- I6,o re th, Coirt House door in the
a b,- n ,| lm n of Ocala, Florida, to the hWzest
tive light and purchlimed alter- ljidd.r, for cash, the following described
wi ds, ;it rata ld riile Iprice I-roll, proi'rty, to-wit:
i lie .Srale of' FIloil' rThe southeast quarter of section 20
S.;in.]l, le southwest quarter of section 21
Thii-s,,3 is: "I, i.(. Angr town-hip 14, range 20 east, con Laining
title, F,,ritl., lpe.ple do no( die, about :3,20 acres, more or less.
I't ,.'I i llp 1r .I- t-A." It appf-msis Lrvie-, upon to satisfy the said decree.
loit I'D tlhe whole, iliat lilt 'loo, hvrin John A. Ferguson, as Adminis-
Sti,,,he vhoe, Ihat o L.h,*oo- trator of th.-esiate ofNeillFerguson, de-
snitiicl,,we riv\-r it is the same. cc:;.-eI, is Plaintiff and James T. Phillips
Lai yt ., 1875, two inliabitans anl Paulbie Phillips, his wife, are De-
I. Flh n,.l1alitli. W. J. McGRATH,
of F, it Meyers li ,, son and th- jan29-td. Sheriff.
er; ltt dl, nut think that they
dwtd at F,,rt Aleyer3. First the SHERIFF'S SALE.
S(o1n left the river quite healthy, ]Y virtue of sundry executions issued (
And died at Key West, two month hs B out of the Circuit and Justice courts s
or Marion county, State of Florida, and e
t'lerwaids tie father went on a to me directed, I have this day levied
visit to Fort Ogden and died upon and wi offer for public sale before
iteie of heart disease. If that tile Court House door in the town of t
woiild have happened o~nly fto o~ne Ocala, on the first Monday in March, A.
would have halippened only to one D. 1876, to the highest bidder for cash,
person, it night be said it was a I he following described property, to-wit:
mere accident, but as two siuch Lot, one and two of section 19, town-
c hii 1 12. ranie 21, -nA northeast quarter,
Liscsesccnrred in one and the same -.:, ;vc- ha~lyf southeast' quarter of sc-
y'ear it card be tatken as a iuie that t 01, 2JS, township 12, ra~ng a1, nd casT
,f a man is tiredl of Ire, or it" he )''lf of northwest quarter of section 34,
r i,: i; i .i ic .1./. .)V, -i~l,| 12, range 22, and southern eor
fieels inclined ln luifil lhe (to maicy nrr, f sction 24. township 12, rane~e 2.1.
w~ry unp lleusain() laiw of na! ure, he t, -ti; eoDtaing 4a0 a('res iorec or less.
will be obligied to |pave the Calor,- !,.ivf s.,h>ipep rv r' M-t;tllhews to satisfy the A',torney's.
sahnllchep riv r. Ft. ."a Costs in the above ex,.cutio~ns.:
Olie nire curiiaity (he visitor "This:*'th day of Ftlbru:!ry, A. n:1l87.
will find at Fort Mi-vers; fie-I W.:.'McGI,?ATL:
. .. .. ,^ i I. . . .. . t .' .. t 3 t d l tS h -r ff ;

t t' ..0wtrds having their
Wry represented before
t TDgress of the nations of
ir. Florida can make a fine
,^^^^ this exposition-finer
l c 4n any State in the un-
( willl but try. Throwing
} aside, the policy of self-
'e. mands that she make
g^^^lbest of her opportunities.
nit women in other sections
'th-.State are actively at work
estribdtions and collect-
fti ,a'l" products of
^E'.pperly fill, deco-
in"AitHfi'the pavilion set
xixvely fbr Florida in
i .Cebtennial buildings. These

men and women feel that
b 'honor and credit of the State
0ft stake. The ladies at. Jack-
Dnvlle, Tallahassee, Monticello,

und other places, have organized
ttRemselves into societies and are
t.oaiiii .funds by holding Lady
IlBartba Washington Tea Parties,
Bc. The. State B0ord re'qu'est
91 the ladie.-if'e ery town do
hJlikewise. Wflf. ot the ladies 6f
O aXm{tr? Mrs.
11l0119g,.. of,.'TAahassee,
l@ie Women's Anxil-
Fhafs lung since ap-'
0 ,-Vl orbrs in every tow
.1 ate.- .These Ia-
ul~t~ caledupon
-','t-ole teadr in her
;::'t1he honor of the

eis in peril, and Florida expects
h~er`-"galiant sons and daughters to
,i tK'van'ce to her rescue, and we
,J ope she will not implore in vain.
We ask, jhe citizens of Ocala to
[ rdid the address of the State
B6ard, bestow upon it some
dk*1, and inaugutrate soine
R, rittod to carry into execution
tfie.suggestions they propose.
--' -- -- 'P
A_... ,A Good Suggestion.
'-;.t' :."OCALA. FLA., Feb. 15th, 1876.
1,.!iw .Editor of the Banr, :
*X"While the'editorial party was
.Ing,.. Ita .rcent excursions
l;^ ^Sr^ccntia north of this
i-^ |: arosve::'- "Why could
^ ^^^^^e^Btfch-,;:an excurmijn to
,..llB^^ & .y ?...-. Since then this
question hais frequenlly repeated
itself, and particularly has this
been the case since a report of Ihat
,. excursi6n alpIpearnd in the Fl,.rida
A le."ulturist. The writer of this
report says: "Personally, I konw
that the lands of Alachua county
were superior to any in the Slate."
protest, Mr. Editor, against
sdch a misrepresentation of facts.

There are good lands in Alachua;
but, in this respect, neither that,
or any other county in Florida, is
superior to Marion-as can be
prove'k .to!-Ajw., entire satisfaction
o. _:q ..e % a_ that will
10 dy- --_-4-ial par-ty that will

Keys and lands passengers bth
coming and goingat Punta Ramsa,
the harbor of the mainland of
Monroe county.
Ptinta Riissa is on Charloite
harbor, about. thr,-e miles sowth
Of ihe Cai6,osahatchee river. It is,
as I mentioned above, the lalding
place for steamers and sailing ves-
sels. Across the harlr,,r and Tp-
positp Punto R.,ssa are a number
)f islands. Mos of thern a're in-
habited Iy farmers and fishermen.

in t Iiilne 0 lt -'e r iex t ive iyter ttueni- iii. ria- i iiinili tr0i 5 ill eeu-
bankt and a gieat iniber of' tlr- i"oiee lndiall, the late lords of' tie
lies are cinght annually, inud the, s, il: v'isil ihis place to barter their
ishiing is a lucrative business. At. dear-,kins and venison fo r mir-
Puilltl Rs;.iS& is a p;-0stoltce arid a chalndise. They are friendly anr
elegraph station, superinlended well behiv..d, and althou-gh they
by Mr. Schuliz, witli two assis- rt:ain their Itidian dress, tlhey
anis. There is also a nee!E,,rwlor- may be c, nsiiler-d as semi ciriliz-
cal observal.ay ol the U. S. Sis- eld, and are a great contrast to tLe
mal service ir. charge of Mr. Sum- cuit-throat Indians on thp plinls.
met and an assistant. The SeminJles inhabit the ever-
Hon. F. A. Hendry, Senator for glades, where they raise hI,'gs and
the 24th Senatorial District, has a gr5w 1imnas, sweet Io-aloes,
warehouse at Punta Rassa and a corn and pumpkins.
(,oDod, sirong wharf. Joining the The county sile of Monroe
'harfare the shipping pens, from county is Kty West, a populous
vhich ten thousand head of cattle city upon one of the island-4 on
are annually shipped to Key WVest the soul hern extremity of the pen-
and Cuba. The pens are also tlie insula of Florida. Key West is a
property of Capt. Hendry. The fine built cily with numerous
CJaptain has built. at his own ex- stores and excellent hotels. The
pense substantial causeways aross staple product of Key West are
he marshes, I avana cigars, and if they are not
At Punta Rassa we charter Capt. made from pure Cuba tobacco,
Alen's or Capt. John Bright's they are anyhow made by Cubans.
chooner, and sail before a gentle The island is a ilitAry" and na-
breeze from the South, at the rate val station for the United States
af six mile per hour, up the Ca- government..
oosahatchee river to Fort Meyers. Key West stand's in bad repute
T'he rivtr is along the road from on account of it; uuhealthiiiess,
hree to two miles broad, nearer I which I think is rather exaggera-
ts month we pas a few islands, ted.


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CAPT. A, L. AICEo% .
I Wil, leave Jacksouv!lle :or
Spriimu. Likes Griffln, Zustis, Harrit.
Oklhuinkee, evi-j,-:Thursday 8 a,
Palatka Tihursdrf.Y'fM*lit after adi'i
or steamers Cfty Point or Dictator. ,-*|,
Will leave Silver Spx4,g;q.(ryg-
day morning at 10 o'clock, arriving 4tfl
Palatka Sunlay morning and at Jack-
sonville Sundlay night. Y
11. L. HXRT, Pro'pr Palatka,:Fl*.
R. J. ADAMS, AgeUt. L
J nl l t :
Winter Schedule of the

Steam Packet 00.

jn111 ; and Female Agents in their lo.
/ A Jcality. Terms and -Outfit Free.
Wi i Address P. 0. VICKERY& Co.,
$11Augusta, Me. feb19 lm.



In to-day's issue we bring James' by Messrs. Simon Benjamin and Paul
description of Monroe county. We are 'Jones. The first named represented a
greatly pleased to be able to bring the! French dancing master, and took off
far off counties of our State before the I the character to perfection. Mr. Paul
public. The southern counties on the. Jones-the lisping Augustus-under-
Atlantic coast and bordering on the St. stood what he was doing and did it
John's river have been described in. well. Betsy, living in the hope of get-
numerable times, but the counties ting a square meal for once in her life,


In Circuit Court,

For the Fifth Judicial Circuit of Flor-
ida, Marim, county.
Bill for partition of lands.

dprl DeparLtment.

./SATURDAY, February ith, .876.

/ Temperature of the Weather for
.-: the Week.


W eek ending Feb. 18th, 1876.A T r ; >
An Independent Journal, Devoted to the
J. L. Huffman, Ft. Wayne, Ind.; A. W.
Kennedy, Savannah; 0. L Joselyn, Lake Interebt of the State.
War ; John B. Moon, do; T. J. Newbom,
North Carolina; Mr. E. J. Granger and "Live and let Live," its Motto.,
daughter, Brooklyn; Dr. Agnew, New
York; James E. Broome. jr., do; W. B. it has seemed to us for the past three
Lindsay, Orange Lake. J. B.Nixon, Fla.; years that there is a field lor successful
T. K. Cathcart, county; ]M.'R. Cassady, journalism in this city and State which
Edmuud Migneault, Cotton Plant; Jno. has only been partially cultivated, or
L. Conner, do; R. H. Law, Florida; T. spasmodically occupieo, and that the
B. Thayer, Boston; C. C. Hubbard, Mid- time has now come ior a more determin-
dletown, Conn.; W. F. Burrows. ed effort in thii direction Ilhe uloccu-
... .-.. -'pied field all udedi to is hat of independ-
NEW ADVERTISEM8 ElTS. 'eat, honest, unbiated, an4d frank criti-
cism ul puU1 LIC nit-u and public measure-n
Orang rees for Sale. Ain the iuterisLt o SOUUd morals, good
Orange- Tr-eei for Satle. government, aud a higher civilization.
The page in the history of our state il-
"hIFTEEN HUNDRED 3-year old Matng Republicanism since recon-
XL' seedlings. Apply to struction, is not one that we can dwell
L. RE upon with the hi,-lhest satisfaction; and
feb19.lm. Ocala, Fla. it is nut one that offers to the student in
the current politics of the country,
O MrTIHI IEW U Uthe purest examples ot patriotism or of
good morals in politics, or of sound
'S M IIITHI N I G I 11 1 H W sLaneskiaushi.p. NUVrth.eilenuss, all that
has been wrong in action or in pariy pol-
-- .:t '": : icy, may have been partly the in.ucs.ary
outgrowth of the stirring and exciLing
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL times juAt succeeding tie war and of re-
construoLion, and also of the d.viding
LEATHER STOREI of parries o. new and living is
times. Without discussing the past
___ .__ too closely, or seeming to (riticise
|t, itz salent poinos'-too freely, it is safe
SD A ]) qrAI:SS ANU toasiume that the tini has now
Come to "Lurti over a new l4eaf"' in our
FACTORY I aeithodds of conducting politics and in
the selecting of public servants. it par-
-- ::--- ly politics lu the pasL seemed narrow and
r = .- bigottid, and our pablirc ;servamus i, ail
Boots and Shoes Imported and t eits.Iciti U H, iai' dI well regutatcw cim-
Manufactured. I munities arc deemed iid~ lnu-c, lave
be(n Liamentably delicient, the occasion
__ .+ -,;" no Longer exists, tortie 5 Slate! is rapidly
'+-6.7-- filling up litil u'.-tl-,ia nienl - -meII who
do Lheir uwv tlnllikiiig auLd tlieir own vo-
tti Having connected a Bootsafe tlmg, .l Vvo Will be Satisd o-ly With
Fik and Shoe Store, and Hatr a tata Goverl meind w at, li U ohlye hwi-
R iaess Manudactory with myl k tLy and economically administered.
ITlitnry i1 Ocala, and employed killed %, it the -'pubiicau party in this t8ate
workmen to carry on the same, I am. pre- to-day is tile synonym Ior honesty and
pared to supply the citizens of this cou. l- ab.ty, and iur right party action
ty with anything in the leather line.., and a liberal, policy With regard to
Boots and shoes of all grades and styles nen and measures, tuen let it lieuceftr-
for Ladies, gentlemen, Boys and Misses ward be sustained; buu if, on the contra-
promptly made, and ry, it is rud by tiose who care not for
A Perfect Fit Guaranteed tile public welfare, nor liepublican tri-
in all cases. Fine "and course work uimpns, but wio mi rge all in personal ag-
always on hand. Leather of all Kinds grandisemeut or indiviuuat success,
kept in store and sold hi large or small then leu. thv new settlers, whose pros-
quartiities. prity in their new hoioes depends so
SADDLE;, 0 .cu1 111 on guo.I g"utrrLiCut and honest
WHIPs, puUlie eI'.%aULS, Untie vitth those who
GIRTHS, think a tfi y do, ot the older elUtzn.s,to"
S I'iKUP LEAT.'Ir t^s. demand a irecougtiou 01 lc lc priciple
SADDLE ],IANKE-rS, that the "'51ale i abn v pa,'ty ai i ,dl He
SINGLE AND I)OUBLE H.VRNE-.S, p, pl- t, vRe all. Party truiupir is
&c., &c., &c., meaniiigless and worthldeis unless it
Kept in store or manufactured to order. brings with, it public good, and the mere
Come a .l exainie inryt dk Ikl'.ire i ur suCcc'.%. of" ilii. idua1S, irtLtPec~tve Of
chasing ti- t dwlre or or(er'ingyv. -itr Sgo.0 i pllic bii-c i, 1i.110 an objr cvt to call
from abroad. You will find my store at forth t :e highest e5brts of party men, or
the sig-n of o pr*ity org~tnization; and it wll n,,t ill
0TttE GILT BOOTr the future, for this wouid be just the op-
lTlE G~ILT BOOT, posite of the older and true idea of tie
just one door south of the Ocala House,. uses of party.
feb19.tf. 11. HOUSTON. It seems to us now, as before observ-
ed, that there is not only room and the
In Circuit Court, 5th Judicial Circuit opportunity for an independent newspa-
Foi da- Maron o per in the State, but al.so a necessity for
of Florida, Marion county. one. This need in Florida Journalismn
we propose to supply by the publication
IN CHANCERY. in this city of a Tri-Weekly and Weekly
newspaper, to be called "THE FLORIDA
Bill for Instruction and Relief. SuN," the first number to be issued on
Saturday next (January 22d), It-will he
JAMES McINTOSTT, and FRANCES printed on good paper,/and maide as at-
C., his wife, tractive as good workmanship careful
Elizabet in,-Cavin_ C. -i n, -supervision,'and large experience can
Elizabeth A. Hig ,ins Calvin C. Higzins,' make it. It will be devoted to Fl.rida
Charlotte Lipford, Al red W. H qggin-, matters especially, political, a-ricultur-
-Tames `,mitth, and Susan M., his'wife;i al. and industrial, thereby furnishing a
Frances W. Higgis a nd .Elizabth A. me, ium of comunication for new ;seer
Higgyins." '!
ii tler- and1i<1 il o l eitiz,.-us of, the State,
Due proof havl!nz beeiin made that the with tr,:n,\s in tuhe Nrtha and West, and
said deft-ndaato', Eliztblvth A.- HigginIs, the outside world generally.
Calvin C. Higgins, Charlotte Lipford, The SUN will be devoted to the pecu-
Allred W. Hggins, James Smith, and ir interest of no one party, individual,
Su-an M., his wile; Frances W. iggidils class, or sec; ion, butthe friend of all who
and Eliz abeth A. ff i- reside out of labor to build up the St:alo and the na-
the $,at 0of lF1rida, but within the lim- tio,0 to make men lia ,pit r, more intelii-
it, ,of ti.i Unit,-d Stafv,so thatorlinary gent. more pblie -pi terd, ti therefore
lln ir1,c 'cannt 1 oe served uponthii; !ettedrcit-zens; nd i ;e..ter united. -
Iris Ordered, T hat tie said Defendtdnts *-* Without tne wish ortthe lurps u intthe
appear and answer the said bill on or leastto interfere with any other publi-
before the Rule Daly of July, A. D 1876, cation, may we not confidently appeal to
to wit Te the 3rd day ofJuly, A. D., the reading portion ot our State, to give
1876, otherwise said bill will be taken pro US their confidence and their patronage
conf-eree. ,, in this new enterprise?
v It isfuter ordered that this notice be, e hope to make our paper so much
published in the East Florida Banner fo~r of a necessity, a-id such a true exponent
thie Space of four months, of the progress and of the better feelings
W.> H. LEC**^AIJN, of all good Citizens, at this Centennial
Clerk Court, Marion co, Fla. p riod in our history, that all subscrib-
BULLOCK & FEBGTJSON, ers et. the New South, will not only re-
---Conrmpl'ts Solicitors.. new their subscription, but commend it
febl9-m "^ to their Wltihboirs ? -
The Weekly will be amone the largest
JN o1 C i c e papers printed in the State, 26x40; and
o,___,,,,tie Tri-Weekly 22x33. Price of the
OFI-ICrE OF COMMISSIONER OF' ) Weekly, $2.50 per year in advance, or
LANT .T.s AND IMIOATON [ $1.50 for six months.
TALLAHASSEE, January 4th, 1876. Tri Weekly $4.00 per year in advance,
UY authority of the Trustees of the In- or $2.25 for six months.
JJternal Improvement Fund, I have N. K. SAWYER.
established an office in Jacksouvwlle for Jacksonville, Fla., Jan., 18 1876.
the sale of lands belonging to said fund
lying East of Range 15 E., and I have T< < V ^ n r
a~p.,inted Marcellus A. Williams and_ Ak Jarm of Your Own

Hugh A. Corlev agents to sell said land-, --s-.
DENNIS FAUAN, The Best Remedy for Hard Times!
Commissioner and Salesman. FREE HOMESTEADS
Office for the Sale of Lindsa. --ND. THE-,
BELONGING TO THE INTERNAL IMPROVE- Best and Cheapest Railroad Land

LN office in Jacekonvill. for the s:ale Un104 Pacific Railroad,
JAi. of all Staite lands lYinXEarsto;Ranie IN NEBRASKA.
15 E ., h a v i nw : bh ce n (s ta l)li-h ef b \ ith ,> : -
Hon. Dernmi Eaan. ComnK.iur nu- (ECURE A HOTE NOW. Full infor-
der authority from the Trustees of the S mation sent free to all parts of the
Internal Improvement Fund, and Mar- world. Address 0. F. DAVIS, Land
ComnissionerU. P. R. R., Omaha, Neb.
eelius A. Williams and Hugh A. Cor!e-y febl9--4m.-
having been appointed ;-',:tt to sell -..
Jandis. :
Notice is hereby given tlhat- th4ie ,iler- I"tND RIEADING, PSYCHOMNCY
siq,ed are now mpnared to r.ci 1A1 FA.SCINATION, SOUL CHARM-

Martha C. Caldwell, Jo-eph Caldwell,
James J. Caldwell, John C. S. Brown,
W. M. Greer an I Nancy, his ,, ike;Joseph
C. Coffield and Eva E., hls wife; --Le-
gin and Medora, his wile; P. S. Brooks
and Henrietta, hIls %%if .; George [.aneand
Jane, his wife; Abraham Nbleigh and
Amelia, his wife; James C. Boozer and
William McMorris.
B4il for pariftioii of certain trncts of
land being andl situate in saidcouinty
and State, and more particularly describe
ed as follows, to-wit:
The northeast quarter of northwest.
quarter and northwest quarter of nor! h-
west of northwest quarter o4 section n 9,
township 15, ringe 20. containing 240
acres, more or less.
Lot 1 of section 17, township 15, range
22, containing 79 ar.'i't., more or le.-s.
The southeast quarter of southeast
quarter and northeast quarter of section
8, township 15, range 22, containing 200
acres, more or It %s.
The southeast quarter of southwest
quarter of section 3, township 15, range
23, and north hI It'o1 northwest quarter
ot section 10, towniship 15, rang,. 2.1, and
east half of north'h:a4t q(U trtur of section
9, township 15, raijue 2-J, the same con
taihitg 157 acres, :norc or I.s.
Tthe southwest qu:irtt:r of northwest
quarter of seclioi. 9, township 15, range
22, containing 3:7 ..cre-, DirOre or lehs.
The east, hall of noitliwest qu.irter of
section 6, townhip 15, r.ingc 23, contain-
ingr 79 acres, nire or Ices.
The east haf of southeast quarter of'
section 25, tou-lhii) 1.5, range 2.J, and
north 1halt of iiortheast qu.rier and iast
halfor iiorthwt.-it quarter aunI south half
of southeast qu:arter ol stcti.,in 35, town-
ship,15, rn nt-c 2, anl north half of north-
east quarter awl I riurih hall of nortliwest
quarter and soutwest quarter of south-
east quarter ol suction ."0, township 15,
range 23, co.,,taiuing 591 acres, more or
Theeast half or northwest quarter of
section 18, township 15, rauL-,L:22, con.
taii!ing 80 acre., more or" lessi."
I The west halt ofs,)uthc.a~tquarteraiu,
east halt ol south .a-i. quail tr of SrCilon
9, township 15, range 2;, containing 118
acres, more or I.-s<.
The north half ol southwest quarter of
section 10, town.-hip 15, range23, cou
training 80 at re, more or less.
The southeast quarter or northwest
quarter. awl northwest qu.irter of iiorth-
wist quarter of section 3. township 15,
range 22, containing 78 acres, orv. or
T7,1e southead4 quarter or southwest
quarter of section 4, tow%%n4hip 15, 1aiige
23, co)ntaining 39 Yacres, more or le:.-.
The north hall of stc,'i i, ,. towislhip
15, range23, containing 3'20 acres, more
or less."
Lot In the town of Ocala, numibered
and described on the m:ips and surveys
thereof as east halfror bhock 57.
Upon reading and dilini the above bill
for'atpartitiono flid hti lak, and after
due consideration t hereol by tne Court,
It is Orderied, That tit- said defendants.
plead, -answer or dh-nuir to thie -qaid lill
on or before the Rub' Da.v in ,January,
A. D., 1870, to-wit : I he first .Monolay in
January, A. D., 1876; and ifl by tha: tvine
no answer, pleai or delrir.lr.cr ii fh'tl bv
them as'. aforesaiI,Ih.i n ; id in that case
a dcciree pro nfi's.o will be euteretd by
thee Court.
It is further ordered, That this order
be published in thn East Florida Banner
for the space of eight weekss.
Nov. 25th, 1875. Judge.
SOlicitor'S. dec4.--td.

P4 y1 T,6a- S. m55- m. n- a p. &M.74. along the Gulf coast have been almost; and intent to please all in her dress and
Saturday 57. mn. 77. of 70.*'eotet a byprryd hl
Sunday,5 u 65. inS80 74. entirely overlooked. Our indefatigable deportment, was ably portrayed; while
Monday, -5 7. m. 74. 67 correspondent has traveled through the foolish, fashionable mother, and
Tuesday, 62. im. U5Bo'"I /0g
Wfanenay, 88. in.60.. 64. these counties on foot and- is prepared more foolish, fashionable daughter,
Thursday, 42. m. 65. 61. by actual observation to write a truth- were characterized extremely well by
-,' '' ful description of them. He will visit Mrs. Flelcher and Miss Robison.
B., H. RICHARDsoN & Go., Publishers' the Everglades and intends to sojourn The rendering of this play was tip-
Agent, IIlI- Bay Street, Savannah, ,a., two or three weeks with the Indians, top, and, taking it all in all, was as good
are authorized to contract for advertl- ...,.,
0Aut orr paper to enaLle him to write a truthful ac- as anything we have ever seen.
=- I count of the mode'of life, which the It is with great regret that we ever
"Presbyterian services will be had in former Lords of our country, are now have to venture on the task of censure
this place to-morrow, Rev. Mr. Daniels, leading. In our next issue we will or criticism, but we must say that in
of Jacksonville, officiating, bring the conclusion of "Leisure Hours one part of the house there were some
.. of a Recluse," number four, the man- young men who might have been better
We have been requested !o announce uscript of which was miscarried by employed than in making so much
that the flrst Quarterly Meeting of the mail. We shall also publish an arti- noise that other persons who came
Methodist Church for this year, Rev. F. te from James on "Cattle Breeding in there could not hear. It was with the
Pao,. of Jacksonville, attending, will Monroe county," which occupation is utmost difficulty that we could hear
,ins.,n ains placelnext Saturday. 2bth certainly of the greatest importance to what the actors said from the noise
inst., and will hold two days. ,
..,!.* :_ ...... ...._* the country. We are sure this article kept by these young men. It is said by
'-WdV were pleased to rueet Maj. Edw. will be read with pleasure and interest, some of the company that if such pro-
Prew* in our sanctum last Wednesday by our readers, ceedings occur again the names of the
on imsreturn from South Florida. o Other of our contemporary newspa. pe nages will be given to the public
... ., 7 ............ pers send their correspondents on rail- t t e i f t yo
,iayorC. C Hubbard, of Middletown, roads and steamboats to picnics and
"' courtt reports. Such'conduct is an in-
Conn., tJ..well-known authorof"Tlhe excursion parties in populous and well n t u t r of oter
vlorid 3Hfai dg" Is spelling a few day ..,, fringement upon the rights of others
** lorida *~aigr" is s lng a ew da known localities; our correspondent, on w h paid t o f e
I1 our midst. the contrary, crosses deserts, swims w hv p t m f t
v- pos of ., P Gu listening to the performance.
-'D r. Andrew B. Brookins, Dentist, of rivers, penetrates jungles, and lives with poseo f ari Gste was n early stppe dinc.
vr. nur-w Drokii&,i~eiu~i oi '* .. 1 Little Harry Goss was ne-arly stopped in
Ja&sonville, is stopping at the Ocala the Indians, to enable him to describe t id o h e d p.ty
us'e and will remain in Ocala a few yet unknown but promising parts of ren i pe e o f this noisy c r et, .gnd
weeks His office is over the store of our beautiful State. r pe by q n ...
If. i.P _____i..<_a part of the audience certainly did not
If. P. Robinson. --- """ -- .
S ---------- School Exhibition. hear a fourth of what he said.
4 6re will be a mite party at the real- On Fri ay afternoon we visited the -
deuce of, Dr.. Allrvd on Friday nlglit A fine assortment of cheap furniture at
de~c elDr.Allrd ouFriay nghtOcala Academy to listen to reading of iltivler'.Fl yu oewt on
next. We are needing money to renew omotn an the declamation o rs. Fill your homes with com-
,our subqcelptlons, and we also wish to compositions and the declamation efforts and make them attractive to your
subscribe for a monthly paper for the the pupils. Among the compositions children.
children,'and we hope that old and young we may notice as particularly credita- "
will contribute to make our meetlngt as b]e was that of Miss Pal Pinkeiton on Remember This.
agrseable as possible. __ "the Seasons," and Miss Jenny Brantly Now is th- time'of the year for Pneu-
....=.---0.. -- t- n t ir n e we monia. Lung Fever, Coughs, Colds, and
It'will-be seen from an article pub- oa"aheRose. In the first named we fl results of ,,r,.,lispositiou to Con-
lished on our first page that Col. Robt. saw the orange fever peeping out- gumption and other Throat and Lung
Puilock has been suggested as a suita- caught no doubt from the Principal. Disealsie. BOSCHEE'S GERMAN SYRUP
e peron o represent the pep The latter was a description of the rose has been used in this neighborhood for
Flor dpe s on eio r net toerp"en e op.eofmentioning some of its historical and the past i wo or three years without a
Flori.da as n Gove.... .ol. asscitions The "Veterann single failure to cure. If you have not
Bullok's nomination for, and election "".11 1 as eteran used this medicine yPurself, gro to your
..... t o w be m gr" by little Neely Allred, brought down Druggist. Messrs Reddick, & Trantham,
to, this posito would boe most gratify-
ing to his.friends. the house. It was well spoken and and ask Mim of its wonderful success
i_ .1 rordidcre d h it bhto mte m norvand lamOllng, his cu1stomeprs T. wo dosesi- ll xrU]

The undersigned hav N^
ly for subscribers to AP
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which Is offere,1, under qpCiH
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NAi. for 1876.
Thi- steel engraving Is lI
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actual r,'r'st-ntation of Ch
study atGadshlll, while t
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The size of the plate Is 30 x 14,9
oa heavy plate paper 24 X 30, maj
large and handsome engraving fo
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the plate is of a superior order.
The ord ina ry price of a steel en^&f
or this character in the print-shops
not be less than five, and perha^H
dollars. It is offered excluslvel|]
scribers, in addition to the Jou
one year, ior $5.00-that is, for $I.
diitonal, each yearly advance suhsar
to the JIOURNAL for 1876 may r ecelv
superb engraviung worth' lflly five tIl
thp anuoulit.
I'his engraving is entirely new. It',
never been for s:tle in the print-sha
andl cannot be obtained except In c5
ijectiou with APPI.ETONS'JOURNALnp
thie tei-ns and COLOitions above. IV
be toaled to subscribers postage 'repa(
549 & 551 Broadway, New York.


ITevw Livery' StaUc

The Aflersined has Just opened
staIble in Ocala and Is l-paredl
. furnish
or saddle-horses'to travelers.;' ..- .
HO' will run a llne of li ch:sra tls
to Silver Spring t',i!.1 V.4
Val or the bmts.
,i.P red to furnlk-T,..h- '- p i'
n i ices vi^*aei^ S ^ f

Pe. 11a~ig. r~IF put up.at
thi is bm.ihy r 't a~sure that lVY
will Il l led aud careful ,rooi^,
oct9.tf. .
11 S. M A IL.:, "' .

Iiut ru i~l ui um ~tu il Luc,. ilneinury al ilti
elocutionary powers of the little veteran.
Raymond Bullock, another of the "wee
sma' onesz" won his spurs on New
England'.s Dead." "The Sewing Ma-
chine" was started by Tom Billy Jones,
but it needed a little more of the oil of
study, and some of the cranks got out
of fix and stopped the machine for
awhile, but Master Tom Billy oiled the
old thing up and .directly his Sewing
Machine tot its wheels in motion and
went off in fine style.* 1776 and 1876 ;
a dialogue, in character, between Misses
Jenny Benjamin and Marie Bullock,
was splendidly performed and very ex-
pressive. "The Enrolling Officer," in
which Mr. Paul Jones, Misses Jenny
Benjamin, Betty Gartrell and Marie
Bullock, were the chief actors passed
off well, Miss Jenny performing the
partlof the old woman most admirably.
"City and Country," Misses Julia All-
red, Clara and Mary Wallace, Annie
Ferguson, Marie Bullock and others,
was well rendered.
We regret that we are unable to al-
lude more particularly to the exhibition.
We thought it did great credit to the
school, its teachers and pupils.

relieve the worst case. If you have no
faith in any medici:ie, just buy a Sample
Bottle of boschee's German syrup for 10
cents and try it, Regular size Bottle 75
cents. Don't neglect a cough to satve 75

We advise all who study econ.)my in
the household and who appreciate good
coffee to try the extra Rio, fresh raosted
just received by V. Hiliy-r & Go. There
is a great saving over green coffee at
their prices.

LONG Indulgence in over eating or
drinking produces a disorganized Liver,
and all the evils attendant upon such
derangement: depression of spirits, ha-
bitual costiveness, nervous exhaustion,
indigestion; pain in the head, with nau-
sea fullness of stomache after meals,
chilliness, general debility and languor.
Seek releif from Simomons' Liver Regula-
"It 1a a very valuable remady for dys-
pepsia; sick headache, torpid liver and
snch like diseases. "W. S. IIOLT,
President of S. W. R. R. Co., of Ga.

We know Hillyer keeps the best Gilt
Edged Goshen Butter and sells it very

DoM't Beg the Question.
It is an infalliable sign that a cause is
-weak when its claims are sought to be
established by mere bold assersion with
out argument or substantial proof. Dr.
Tutt asserts that his 'alr Dye is the best,
and he adduces undoubted evidence to
substantiate the truth of the assertion.
NEW ORLEANS, May 10, 1871.
DR. TuTT :-Dear Sir:-We, the under-
signed, wish to inform you that we have
tried your Hair Dye, and find it to be the
best we have ever uscd. For 'ts natural
black color, it far excels all other dyes.

A gang 0f pseudo gipsies are encamp-
ed close to town. They consist of a
man, woman and a few children. The
presentatives of the male sex possess
a great deal. of Paddism, and in the
fenales, some traces of Egyptian blood
are discernable. They are comfortably
housed in tents, have two good hacks
and" make their living by fortune tell-
inW Now, loving pairs of Ocala, is
your time to ascertain your destinies.
,Williams & Corley.
It will be seen by reference to our
advertising columns that these gentle-
men have been appointed by Hon. D.,
Eagan, Commissioner of Lands and
Immigration for this State, agent for
the sale of, all State lands lying east
of range fifteen, east. No more capa-
ble men could have been selected for
this business. Mr. Williams is an old
surveyor and has an accurate knowl-
edge of almost every foot of land lying
in East and South Florida. Mr. Cor-
ley is also perfectly familiar with these
lands, having been State Land Register
for a number of years.
Persons wishing to buy or enter
State lands in the section named must
address these gentlemen. They will
" find them prompt, reliable, and well
qualified for the business they have un-
dertaken. "

Rambler, who is thoroughly it, earn-
est in bringingg Marion. county to the
front, whereait properly belongs, makes
a-good suggestion ih- i~ day's paper,
which we hope will meet t~e.approval
of our citizens. Mr. Codri .ton, and
his editoi"a -friends, are doing a great
deal towards bringing other sections of
the State, into prominent notice, and
they, are equally willing to spread our
,beautiful section open to the world
through the columns of the papers they
represent if ouri people will but meet
them half way. 7 We hope-our landed
citizens will take some interest in the
matter andc, inaugurate some steps Ito
carry Rambler's suggestions into exe-
cution. Florida is the 'land of prorh-
ise" towards wiich all eyes are now
directed, and our county, if she would
reap-ny of the fruits that are sure to ac.
erue, must strike while the iron is hot
Iand the fire blazing. r. Codringlon

is a whole-souled citizen, and his love
of Florida is hemmed in by no county
lines or confined to no particular local-
ity,, and- lie is bent on bringing the 'en-
tire State before the notice of the world
as far as he is able. Our citizens must
lend a helping hand in this work. 'Our
lands are too valuable and our resources
too great to be longer hid under a
busbM. .



Circuit Court, 5th Judicial Circuit
of Florida, -Sumter county.

C,.)lnphll nnnnt,
and others, De!'bmlants.

T APPEARING hv affllavit that the
defendants, W\iiiam H. Chaffee and
'Thomas S. 0. Bri(-n. of the frm of Wil-
liam H. Chaffee & Co., and Archibald S.
Johnston, Abram J. Crewsand Archibald
S. J. Perry, of the firm of Johnston,
Crews & Co., re-lde 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;
IB ts 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 onfemso entered.
Bt is further Ordered, That this order
be published tor four months in the East
Florida; Banner.
J. H. GOSS, Judge.
,G.M. T. StmmONS, Clerk.

*If Tom Billy keeps on hammering at
that machine we expect he will get it all
right after a while.

The Dramatic Entertainment
The promised entertainment of the
Ocala Amateur Troupe came ,ff on
last Tuesday night, and as far as we
have heard an expression of opinion,'
it was as well if not better rendered,
all things considered, than any local
performance we have had on previous
,occasions. We think the company were,
unfortunate in the selection of the play.
If a shorter and more cheerful one had
been selected.it strikes us it would
have- been more satisfactory to both
audience and actors ; but all must ad-
mit that a great deal of talent was shown
in its.performance, and considering that
the company rehearsed it but a few
times, they did exceedingly well. The
character of Ingomar was well sustain-
ed by'Mr. Simon Benjamin, 'who at
times caught the spirit of the play in a
remarkable *degree. Parthenia was
cleverly rendered by Mrs. Crowson ;
Polydor by Mr. C. A. Crowson; Myron
by Mr. Pooser, and several ,esser char-
acters by Mesers. Paul Jones, Jimmy
Jones, Johny Helvenston and Willie
After the play of Ingomar was over
i Willie Fletcher entertained the audience
i by singing a comic song, and Master
Harry Goss won much applause in the
recitalion of "Little Joe," one of Bret
Hart's productions.
The after piece, "Misfortune," was
engaged in by Mrs. Crowson, as Betsy;
Miss Emmeline Robinson,: as Seraphi-
na, and Mrs. Fletcher, as Mrs. Green.
The male characters were represented



I Will leare Charleston every l
evening and Savannah every Wed
for Fernandina, Jacksonville,
and all intermediate landings oi
Johns river.
Will leave Palatka every Thud
ing, Jacksonville every Fridf
the tide, Fernandina same day, arrin
at Savannah aurl Charleston every


GUIDE, showing how either ex may (I
fa.-ciiate and gsiu the love aud effiCtion '
of any person they eboo-e Instantly, 400 :"
pages. By mail 50 cts. Hunt & Co., 139 i
S. 7th St., Phila. feb19-1m. i
212 AXDAY at iome.: Agents want-t
ed. Outfit and terms free. Truell
& Co, Autu-ta, Maine. fb 18-Iin I
i W rA WEEK guaranteed to Male

The Death Bed of Andrew Johnson, Rob't
E. Lee and the Lost Cause,
Three Magnificent Engravings just
published on heavy plate paper, 14x18.
They touchingly portray the last mo-
ments of the great Statesman and Soldier
with families and friends sorrowfully
grouped around them It is a gem of
art, beautiful in design, and should hang
in every house and cottage in the land.
The Lost Cause represents a Confederate
soldier after the war returning to his
home, which he finds lonely and desolate,
and telling a sad tale of the miseries of
war, and, two graves with rude crosses
oh which s6me fHiendly hand has hung a
garland -to the right,, the calm river and
rising moon indicate peace and rest.
Sent by mail post-paid on receipt of 50
cents each. Agents wanted everywhere
to sell thlse and other popular pictures.
Terms sent when sample copy is ordered.
Address F. M. HILL & CO., Dealers in
Books, Pictures, etc., Nashville Tenn.

plication for any of said lands within
said limits anu to make snilq ther.,l'.
Our ofilc1 i- in No 2 Palmetto- Blcu, lip
stairs.: V- WILI.IAMS & CORI.EY,
jan29-tf. Agents.

"w k X"T : ,.. I

Our customers will have no other. Since
we began its use, our business in the
dyeing department ha. rapidly increased,
We think it is a great triumph.
A-MTrmoY HAAS, barber,
CHARLES HOIN, 5 Barbers,
No. 6, N. Royal Street.

No Housekeeper or Laundress -honl-]
be without a zinc-faced wash board.
They save their cost many times over in
the wear of the clothes. You will find,
them very cheap at HILLYEHL'S.

-O.PTAIN LEO Vooeee,

Will leave Charleston every 8a
Savannah every Sunday aftenxH^^
Fernandina, Jacksonville, Palat
intermediate landings.
Wll leave Palatka every. Tuesdu
ing, Jacksonville every Wednedarf
in,, to suit the- tide, Fernandl
day, arriving at Charleston andr
nab every Thursday.
The above steamers make clo
nection with New York steZ mshi H
Throughtickets and through 1
lading given to Baltimore, Philad H
New York and other plaed Jly H
The-e steamers connect with the I
da R. R. at Fernandina, J., P. & X[ F
at Jacksonville, St. Jols. .1* '-
tugustine at Tocol, w& steamnu -
Palatka for Mlellonville Enterplife it&::
the upper 8t Johns. Also with iteft< "
ers for the Ocklawaha riTW. "
RAVENEL & Co., CrfftB. '-.
JEFFREYS, BBo. & SasFftermmwfm1,. <
JEFFREYS & BRO., Jt VeaTVi4. ,-
R. J. ADAMS, Palatka.
U. H. BOHN, St. Augustlac

A destructive fire occurred at Ninety-
Six. S. C., December 21st, by which, four
stores valued at $20.000 were burned.
The further spr,:ad of the conflagration,
with probable destruction of the whole
town and loss of several hundred thou-
sand dollars worth of property, and
many lives, was prevented by the arrival
of a Great American Fire Extinguisher,
an Agent happening to come in town at
the nick of time. For full particulars,
see the Abbevill'e Medium and Newberry
Herald of the following week.
Mr. P. P. Toale of Charleston, S. C., is
the General Southern Agent for the Great
American Fire Extinguisher, and will
answer all inquiries in regard to the
Sea Foam for light bread and cakes Is
the suiest preventive of a sour husband.
Hillyer hasIt,

The market price will Hbe -paid '"by-
jan29.tf. V. HILLYER & CO.
AGENTS, the greatest chance of the!
age. Address, with stamp, National
Copying Co., Atlanta, Ga. jn22 1m

MC'Carty1s refeRences ad eal Estate'
.,Agent Louisville Ky., is, organizing a
Kentucky Colony 10 Florida. Ile will
be in Jacksonville during the Stmle Fair
commenc11ng Feb., 22fd. LParties having
lands, for sale can cot fer with him. Col'
Me'Carty's references and endorsements
will be satisfactory. jn22.-lm
Hillyer has a few of the best Sausage
Cutters and Stuffers combined ever yet
hrrnarht t hi thtc r n,r y,

Six months after the first publication
of this notice, I will present my accounts
and vouchers as Executor of the Last
/ll aand testamnent of PAUL McCOR-

.S HEREBY GIVEN to all persons MICK, deceased, to the Honorable Judge
'who have in their pos-,ession'property of the County Court for Marion county,
of any. kind whatsoever belonging unto Florida, .ard ask for a finai discharge
the estate of the lat e II KY W. DICKSON "1rom tLe said estate.
to turn over the sanic to me without de- THOS. C. ELLIS,
1hay, Yhaving been duly appointed by the Executor.
Honorable Court of Probate Adminis. This Dec. 14th, 18758
trator de bonis non of said estate, other- decl -6m.
wise they will be proceeded against ac-
cording to law. jf!A 0 per day at hom. e, Sample
F. N. FOY, | worth $1 free. 'Address
Administrator de bon"s nan* Z..: c- V U Geo. BtJpon & Co., Port.
.Tni 22nd. 1878. 1 ub M f&bh 10-.1m_

a 06rort A'nc'Skirt Suppor.
,r'_aiFbIudd. Wvnan's greatest blessing,
j y Uyere..OM1 and examine them.

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IT IS USELESS- TO EXUMERATEM Our friends and the public generally are
aware tlat we keep the bess assorted stock of 41l kindt or goods haft-anyly-
kept In a first .ci a s country stot4 feeling confident of our ability
to giy entire' satisfaction, both ton pr Vand quality.
.e ask an Inspection of or" new stock of Fall and
Winter goods before purchasing elsewhere.

Dealer&, A gents, .Trunk and Box-makers,.
Newspaper Pulbliilwrs and Tea Stores,
will Mindi ai complete supply. Our n,;w
and brilliant s'peciiltie are unequialled.
;Our 9x11 mounted chromos outsell any-
thina in the market. Twelve ?:itnplfs
for. -100; one hundre for $6.00, titus
,rated catalogue free. I. LATH AM &
Co 119') \Va-lihiuton St. Boston, Mtiss.
-P.O Box 0151. dec18 St.

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1 T he W"ee ly 'gS
1ll716 ?(ci York.' *
Br~gffiDH^ : | tlic.Ccnteiiiia~i yer..r I; ii?.a^so ie..ar
1 i*in whlch aii OppM,)'l oltse 1..0
.l~ t a' ti',:', flr.t sirs'tef ilie WAr-te =
|^^^^ IH||^HM_ h'le In pow\\r tt. M',-Pin,Liundfl. i':,
,ftht Iw v hb~d~eoqhxl01, oa I'm~.
Al" ; eut of the L'jjj 3ted cas. 4 :1 of th ,
-.,.I ;1 ,zr ,r ,rtt', ge p[bti'll.y the tIIN .6 r
^- 11 to'; aurl all a'd tanemaud o:, crythi 'cqi+
7 t,(' t w ,'1 ith thltn' will )Lt "t ully aq rt
-*^r Iv report,.d 'fd exporindltl in .,T8~,iri 'tc 9(i)
^AlfS~r~t1" Tile opposiriog 11- f cr(Sjf
lh'a.+ ttkl n upt 1 P u p in,.. of. I iuqd']V one_M
--d -0 t ccc', 'r? go ly tile I lirl An -
[ ,Ilii'^'eiitl "iii.v.(i5[t/i 4 'l .ive cob dptjilns
:,li~l mi- ,,. lG~l- ld iit A ,l.
*I .ftkU 1 U W-id(v~ All "~''?" Gram's amjminst~Aigf
:n-.l will. ir i- ),) be ,, oi %, nay th fioii-
TE/ V'0 THE ,*l!'li,,s f'O a n.w Hinl t.tWr' perTo9l ti
.*ie I" ;,ti,_m:)l history. Of all this. 7U
'LANDM PRI ZEi i ,cuut-, 'urni-iUng its r(:'-derm wlh
M I AR i ,,,l. Iru, jtthy inf E hAfLn upon
.P fll i y ^ S !t h^ 5-r :!,.ldI2iii pi,CM .."
F I rh. tw vent i'. tji F Presidential Oeptij n,,
,v/vr1f 87,./ 1 19iz i,,\ m the |.rcp 'iatio,;< "for it, will Ite .
U.m .-c,,,'tildle n-, ,hcil'lmn upon Grant' aq-
1 iirttions f'.,>r d third-.tetm or' ptowi p, ws nd
YiEaARtS I ,il more as.dm+bi gfwt
YEARS.O 1 I,(-,.i't lt.i t.., c.,I!>i.areol the palatyofre..
1 trm,and as <.lecitgr that cara(H-lt:. O 'IQ
ku not got Out o or0der. crni y" all these sulhjtet, .tlowe,wJl1
r...Il The'Sin% will have the const"4,
Razerxies. Leather. mii=mc of heingthoroughly well inlffM
Lee in the magnitude oQ ,I.
cells I nWieVexlOltt's, The V1.ENLY' Su'N, which has attained
St circui.tl-t o l ot ov'' eih.. y,h touA.fpd.
&'t icopiic<, a;rewady iv htt- reader? Hi everXy,
hkG TB.'f B State and Tturitory, .wP trt-,throat-thle1
i .. .year I,0% will s, q,tjjeir uumbf.rs dqaibed4.
It ivili c mitinue'to be a thoruuh news-
: W Tpaper. All thit: Len.rztl U iwv. of the day
:lTS WAN E N OIUD ,. be ,,,i)d in it, coucnstl Mlie. n un-
,AO. INE ooa:iMt "k imnportaat aft lull oiirtht whei dfof mo-'
lACOMN 00-- OV qfInc, and jaud lw1\3, ve traut, t',ctlmBMu
^'TB~y-^:^c11ear,11 iltllln ad instruetivB
Iher. ..+
orIt is o,,r a.n to ma!c. the A%
U "'* S X tht heC ht aIInVly ncVwxpapcr'.|
i'SATE!AND M'AROTr' world;, and; w.. sha:ll.continu, to t
SS ATN! MARIO S co i .ilumns a J;;r-v_ aIot]UiL 6l', mB
4TY OFFICERS. neons, readiiie..nch as sbric.s,'tnlf
-- ~ i erh :-cieutific :n cli-ence ;n>uli agnd, ',w .'
x t I VE DE A11TMENT.I; "tural information, for which wve afeo.np
7-M1arcelns L Stearns, able to nake ro,_om in our datly efititon.
of S::3t,- .imue- B IcLi. The agricultural ikdliartmunt cspeclajly
O(,nera-.-AN[ni-Areher-Cocke. is '01e "of i ts' -irominent fea;.1t'rs. The
er-C IA C>-"%u'l%.' f:>shi,.ms ia rc r1M u ilarly rci'p rt, fm'itsiool-:
-(.'li:;-r e II Foster. umns, and su arc Lhe nmarbekgtif of eyeW,.

on No. 13 -400 acres 1,_0 mis
!, north u( Ocll. 1.ii OcAla slid (ai iesvi lle *
e 11 Cy V, I t_, road. "`0 acr,., ha.inino-L-, balano .
ft-st-chta s Iincit land. 100 ;ITr(-B c learned
>'<^H|HM a. .qlll mnder (~i'i~t~liuii. Dwellinig alld
ouitliiuldhins Iill in g'oil repair. Store
---r hoies ny...l. p,'-t officeN kept at the store.
!.% l i'lif l oca l icty loi merchandising.
ID Ot.'At.A iRot.,r: t'.:,w' -wtc,' ,ora+12,. lir.. t'.s, some bea-rilg, a
.... +:t'; h ,:r ,In r 'l.p,:;iclh. 'I:iinr iia all'a otiker fruit
I^K,,H^ = I i'-iP.e li,.inml. Well wattert.d by branch
[-..U... itnr l *i., i.i hikc-. Price $2,500; oVnc hall
ltKlwn-,Atniprtwed-':!!ti tul tihc.'n,Qi'.''.nre jntitii Titles ood.
jr rtothe ar-ir ,' 14.-.1,77 ncres 5 miles
a l -'jf r t it' W1i'-' 1"" ,-i tu t \lic->nupy, 7 miles fronm Florida
lzaflrouI, i A laeli Aihtcounty. 250 ,&ere.s
hdenee h*limiock, balline,, pine and ,nixed Innd,
A ui i I in pro% ci I Price 2,5CU cash. Ti-
V.S tles good.l(
-Owdeninz, No. 15 -750 acre 1 mile from. GA DL _8-P'1- A Y
I'n^* .I"'o" Flemington. Marion county. 40 acres
sui^ altaillb for hamnmock, baliinceT pilte L.I*d, 250 acres.
cle.prni. Price $2,000 cash. ritles good. OF
JJ-- E ULTURE, No. 1G.-400 acres LbetwecenMic- --
0tln fur sugar or cottoit nop.- and Orange Lake, Marion county.
^ d the thingtlheyv want Iyv known as Judge Means "lloine Place."
^ l",and an'e iepal1 Fir-;t-C:i.q 11115,(%lt~dlv-id-nto lots of -20 -.ir jn iRI'J fAfl ll
nt|Oi to this business, n1 ,cs caich. I" $ |S20 I peracr.; -part ca .IL.N. -.
TERl TERM0 No. 17.-A half interest in 32 1
aecre% In whar iN known as .rerly orange 1
B rd though our Ag,'lncy grove, on Or;;'nge Lnku, 10 acres of which L I
l| er way. 13 a btarliic sw,:t gr ive, 10 acres, more _
,es wlhlllig to cnli-VIat the t i ,le IInlhicl witli swct.t Itliil., l);iiialce nnim- M M "
)Itthe tri#4 thst'In Florldid t.e proved wild o'rnut,, grove. Price o1 en-
J*K&l11donr(st0rlfl' Otqll-. plant. tire luterest $12,000 cash. Titles ood.
njiMj fi.h In Febrnarynand that No. 18.-640 ncrt-s, six Miles
... ,an T-H.onithof Ocala. 000 acres hammock bal.l
OrilT ROPOAL, FRULTS llnc- "flt (c1a1s.' I1-hi Wlll, 300aicres clear- J
,-- Icd and about 150 acres iu cultivation.
1t )to the New York market has a number of sour and swteet orange
hItwep. _"Ai'trller than f toi trcs gruowina on the place, a good com.
Ii Taf be lPioduced allI-the year 1in14`, all it' 900d-repair. Ras a good lwell A = VE L"ER LN VE

ll.m-jmy the hnbnndman as WOOcasi. Title$ good.. ,
S't" "' No. 19.--560 acres, situated ii T fMA -A
0: Oll IrpEIXNSILA, Iternando county; in the Annutallega W ar'.RE KNOW N I N
9 IM of tp hammock, a}l,6ut 8 milbS from Brooks-
mi anx'isof traniX 'tr nj tho~c pro-, VlI. L IIIINh iii,.clk,' ell tinifered and
tO' mnhkkt are U:Nq,.l.LT). first class land, 2fa restcli cared 40 sweet II" '
--".--' ".... h ot-orange and lemoii trees growing o64 the 9 "
Vbllri~ l o lig place, all bearing; Place well watered.&
0t the 'Co&tMilent, Price $5 per acre, part cash balance on '
*suitable time.
In'1ho pirt of the U1n ion clin as great AlsoS320'acres'sltuated in Aniiittaliga ,:
reraL of I egith bpcobtahind. hammock, 5, milis from Brooksville, Il
rVeatt.varlety of projtuct4ofber a, Hernando county, all hammoek, unim-
WA Ari1 fur..ittrptise and proved. Has soue wilh orange trees ,- T "
S .-^. ^-- mowhim on it. Price $3 per acre, part '- t
,.E GUe.AT i O;r0SUCCESS. camlh, balance on tim_.v, Titles all good. .
1 pcop.'froih all scctions arc No. 20.-280-acres near Brooks-
.'',t. jlville, in Hternnando count 1.20 a+ n-s __ _o ,- .. H : 0 ST f.
wel md to Flopid~a. himmc-,baac: S pin 10 acres T H % 1 n
.' ,,, ~ cleared. and under cLiltiv 11n. 241bear-
SBfBN rth rates can u ig sweet orange.trees, l acre of sm+alI
S,,BoMn^lgo' e trees,d a large scuppernon grape -
el Aussured of eOW Safetyl, vines, a number of, Ibeacti and other fruit N o'es A nnn : -
trees allbwint. romfostible. x dwelling. "
cd" (O., wi tth rooms, and sttable ouit-bulldens.
Ha s sool, hose, gince ouse, suzatabEll
+- corn mill and fittu,es; all in good r -"Well watered by a beabtfful lake in front G .,H I 1 Co~ E
eof dwelling. P.elee $3,000 ca.,d1: Titles... "--

good^^^ S tm. ..le go.d '., *
st No-. 21:.-240 acre ...."o i ..
Il~alai;'t AMat n Mbt tmtown o Ocalat+80 ac res .h11 nmock,
wkOO, 480'8Cre pineiandl, ; 'req balance pine.' and mixed laid. Ir0 acres,.
tf.'.'i run-n-well wateied bvy twof cleared. 100 orange trees, a-number of
I laikcs, hoga few largePorange n.p npcatplumbr and, other fruit trees. A fine.-
6 tremme $W. 1a000rdonte dwelling wiho th 8Irooms, each 1-ax20 feet,
y- lfure $ 0, St0d n, piazza ab'e~nnd-below, all suitable out-
rice &ay lkAh n tLi'IWith 10
4,ent. ft ,, tibuldi'il in gd c llenittcondit$21.'0Water-
[3.-^2WI)re8 12 Omiles wstulh 6,000;aby cash ; balance on ll water Price.'. +' "
M.lmning wit~,i sxroouty. 125 tine. Titles good. Price $ c *
5'Um mock,m 6 es pii,,e lan,1,5,0o N.2 -6,310ace nte:,Xv 1t~,Isa ":tol-.
Wa.:;. ".I~a well watered, by a N 22 1 a
Ui ect r unning branch and several town of Ocala.' 200 orange buseandes | <"
0S.Pflg,0one lialfdjoivi, number of other fruftit res. Splendid'.';''
edbeMe a-a*d well n z,house, with 5+room8 handsomiely .. .
tfr.> lsed and suitable out-buildirig; ala I
B -123ils0es cash balance on suttable ton.e s we, o Titles go T ie s -
0 0 W fd Archer swatioll good. "'
. rlll,,t',. 90 airs, ham I No. 23.1.:-- One corner lot 52100,. A
i~d~5arescearfeet adjoining Post office in the town of

a ew ut iv iiiiwo. H s a t o 1 1 1 1 s i x r o o m o ) u i c ~a a n d o n e c e n t r a l b i s h i n e.m ; lo t i n
t.o" brik Vniufeys, all offtbuihl- said t6in,'unimproved. Price $900 cash.
(' Titles good.
ref't ni'ndid s.ma~ll ales ointhe No. 24.--On6-s'tor o htuse and P P L R
"{ ~ C~lg"ILet oran-e'{rees, awl 16t ]n the central business portion of the
ve!~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~( dln's 'n .ea"oh.5twnof OeAt'l,_"Very. desirable business-. ..




It ruires no Instrmctions to r= It. It 0a
It will do ev0r7 cla an=d kin& of work.
It will saw from Tissue Paper to
It In as far In advance of other Sewing MacOiM
Its saperior.improvements, as a 5team ca ez(
the old fashioned. Stago GOa
Prices Mttd to suit t]
Either for Cash or Cre
g. Seaforustr&teodCatalogue- of ) tf
=0r,,= O, OIAG0,

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S:i!,, ri,,ir.i.-:ytrt of Pubilic Inmtruction
--V\'illi:im Wat!.hm II',:i?..
A lji0 -14--111n1 r t -.T,]li1 Varnum '
Commissioner o( Lnr and Iidlig':V-
tion-D- eiinis, i ":., .r :.. .
(P~osl-0fic'. :. !!,' ...''ralah'tssee.)

"r.e + t, ('bitit'Iho-lehee.:
Chief-u "i .e --E.1 Kan.wdall, Jacksou-
v il,;e '' _
A\-4.fw;',1.' Justice-J. D W'stctt, fJr.,
A-.s(>ia e Ju.,ti,'e-T- 'B Val Valken-
burglh, .cl.sonville.
Chr!.-Ly1mu Ba '.n'.-', TiCatbahs.ee,.
1st ('i r,. u; L -- W Van Ness. Pensacola.
2d Circuit :-P W Whitc, QUincny: ".
3d Circuit--Wm Bryson, Su% anutce
4th Circiit.-RA b B .' ,Bc
5thI.Circuit-- H Gos, *al-hleavtille
6-t!l Cicuil"-.lin(r xBethel, Key \'tit.
itii <'itf.nit--.l \V Price, Enterprise,

Setfret,' iy'
. Atto>.infcy-(

,,, T oEo
"Phiiharaonxc^ .Piano.

,iis en't_.,reiv new is,,nerumnit possess-
in g all t ih- ,-; ^i ti'a I qualities of moro ex -
pensive "and highier-priced Pianos is of-
fered at a lower price thard any siuilnr
oue now, iu the e mar.k!et II is durable,
with a ii.., ut tone hardly surpa--sed,
aiid -yt it c'in 11? purchased it 'prices
and on terms within the reach*of allh.':
This instrument has all the modern ihn-
pro',, n, li~t'-. i,',uding .the celebrated
"A.- I'.'" re1Cle, a"d is 'fully warrantcd.
C.'ttal,.-.,r inaiied..

arc the best made. The touch Is elastic,
.and a' ,I- t -iti'min tone, powerful, pure
and even.
cannot be excelled in TONKr or BEAUTY;
.they doefy competition. Tile Concerto
Lstop is a flie Initatiou ot the HuM'man
Jur'ig this. month. Monthly Install-+
ments rceivcd; on Pianos, $10 to $20;
Or--no,i. $5 to M10; Second hand instru
ments, $33 to $5. monthly after i+rst De-
posit. AkIETsW'+'.... A liberalzlis
couut to Tenchers, Ministers, Churchcs,',
schoolss, D.,l..-I etc. Special indluce,
*12m(nts to tiletrad't inil,1r.t,-.l eatitdt
gnes -mailed. HTORACE \\-ATEI1S &
SONS, 4-1 Buoadvway, New York.- B6x


Waters' Pkiios and Organs.
Waters' New. Scale Pianos hu e pecu-
lia r merits.--New Yerk Tribune.
The tone ot uhll Waters' P'lano is rich,
mieiow anld sonorous. TIl. v possess
H'reat volulne of sound au(i th cot]inma
fion of sound or signing power is one of
tht.ir most marked tfeatures.-A",' YTr'k
Times. ; .'
Writers' Conec:'-to Org:iii i o s oiced
as to have a to0:e,like, a full rich. alto
voice. IU is P.pe'ially hnm:iaihn its tone,
powerf'ul yet ,l:'t. -wI' l".NeIorker.
oc30-1m. '
TB U "D :"!.. FUB'- -1""-**HG-,-
B[ *'LD. ,r,~, i' *".

Jac-t -o vl-e o.Florida

o. I--je:i 17t i mant?P ,?;-,Go,:0+ -.
.. ... I I + "3.
3T,'1.,'.i ua'rs and'De alerj iu ,
B l1;A C K I l ,I,; -:= + .- .
C Ur, D
't'" K< +'LL A-NU --";
: -:.. .. .. .LU Sawed and++Rived
*LATH, FL <<( *G,
FvU I[T AND VFG I... 'T ,E
.... .CRA TES, &C
*, (.,,,t-t',t!+y on han ., .
XAll orders promptly i'lh,1 1.

"the WiEkLY HSUN, eight pages witi
flftysi-x I)roa.I, column.N i.4 only $1.2Y"' a
y,-nr, po-tag.i-opaid. A; tlils priee barely
;re-pays the c-.st of the paper, 11o discount '
can b)e made from tlhls rate,to chibej
agens, Px~i~a>.i'rsOr n ne.
SThe DULY SUN;, A bl? tr pame
ne~vr~~i].i r l twL'ily-ul-'ht colnilnuib,
-gives a01 tim n.%,, f.r r tlQ cwpt-i a ckvpy.
Siib-t 'ripLi,n,. paiil .15c a mouth or $6.50
A" yrmr. kutilay e, htion extra, $1.10 per
ye-ar. Wt.\ haiwve nu traveling autfuts.
Aldrns THE S.N, N.'w 'ork .' ity.
jan.' -4,n.
i c <.Doi if lit'sNew Stor)yl
St. George
and ,St. MioiheL
A ullotntct OW Cirv:lter and Rontiilhead.
Author of eAlnit,,f is Quiet eightvw,
A- to," "Wilfred('Cttml-crmede," ete. .
1 vol0.IllTstrated. 12ino. Cloth $1.75. '
"The works of +nO nrm list of the prTm- +-o
entl (y 1hadve !iml wickr,-ale orben movie
unlver-ally admired thani the, stones of
this Wonderfully .gil't,.d author. "-9t. Geo.,
and' St. Iiche:Ii":ishIs lastand croWnIng
ffort."--Ooltimbus 1)i,fji,'h/. .' ./
"It is one' of M-r. 'acDonald'a 1nest
enjoyable ],lii' l ions i will win hlm
hosts of new friend( and -ahdirers. --
IIortff'd Pot. -,
S"Then' is a gool portrait of theIauth0r;
and a number of illuwtrattons which fre
more thiauf ordinfi'ilv flne."-P-ibl,*her'&
We:,k tg. -
To be had of-any boh,;ellcr, or-
will be sent to any.. al..lr-i I,,,st-paid eo u
receipt of .pri1e, :-y J. B. FORD & CO.,
.27 Park Pltc,_, New Yorlk. declz'8t.


0 ()FI S.

l~t, Circu:,t -I L Mz.Kinnon, Vernon.
2l C-irc'tiit-B4lhlin Baiker, Tallahass
8d C('r .it-- has F Line. Mailison.
4;h Ciruit-T A .MitDouell, Jack-
sonville. .
6th .Circuit- Geo J Arnow, Micanopy.
6th Chrcuit-Joseph B Wall, Tampa.
7t0 Circtult--T 1E Wilson, Mullonville,
Senator: T W Lo.ii
Assemblymeu: W Tucker, Samuel
S m all. : -
Judg~e off Probate: '...'. L 1 i 'L' R .Hillyer.
Ce-rk o" CouriN: W EI LeCain.
Sheriff': V J M. Or:t,..-.
Lssessor.of Taxes: Jas A McDavid. .
(:ol!ector of Revenue: John F Daun.
Treasurer: E "W. Aguew.
< -n. ,';i U- 1'., I; ) a ol s:W J Ftucl k r.
Surveyor: C J Athred, .
County COOP, ,;- ,,. r-. C ,J AlIr,-l, J
D Goss, D.I l ,Jacobq, C41 I ht. rL Little,
J uonroe SSnith.
Jwicie. ; oP the Peace{- S F vM.1r-hala,
Peter R An..I ..,'., Gco J Zh1iu1.,-::ir, J .t,
Meadows, .EB -'.t; l 'n,. Etijab Grauithjam,
Chas F'k Waterman Edwih ,Sj.,.-ncer, J H.
Johnson, W PI, llillyer, E dwi-u Smithb.

6 4leseni/tlthue. Wartntiee titles.
YAiy'I'-240 acres 10 miles north h
a+t-of Ocala, in Marion cotmty. 1-0i
it'nfoch, 90 acres pine land, *2f)
a ic~eleared. Watered by a mal'il lal,,.
Pt gaJQQch. Titles ,.';'.od.
io(>d0?-ji40 ae'^^hamnmoek an,!<
0%ng Ijalv and mixed lainj,4.nil.".uorth
ot cdl V>lY:'if'ai e'ouiAIy.*,--ttIated on

the Wa
lemon ai
toyd a


Q .)tt

S. Aft P1- Eb,

+ ++ ,$ +
* :. Dealerir

LIdcO and O)plitjWljlq!.l. Iuaer-, .. .. .1 L + 1, .
, 80 acres mider 'cultivation, 100 li r ght,, cheefuT. p;rcuIw sioe,I alja S
tre'es..nfi b(,ajg.iiJ'ew :peach, up to the a,.l'anciui, thouhils,of-.-: the
Lnd h~ilnh nflreyi~ a cri^ Ihe linu',Ae IERAL) taks .rYankswtth
eilts -.the laud, dw-elli 11gs au11 lea1ling JIourna s of the-day. It is on the
ldcffA a1 compSs. fWatered by side ol ChrL-tianity. .....
*ells and siiial. lakes. Price I' Tlir. IK ALD 1S deot.-. 0. the I fa y I]'
MV -ffiM'16,i+r; 'aiinue 8nMrii 'and circlIh. It c,.ntiums ori'g'mal,delct-;
yinents ontinv.. Titles unencuIii- ed stories, wit, humor;i;i.-. E verv fam-
** ilv in thlc Irid sho,.1 s0 l scribeb r it.
6.--24? t, o]" ^-L. .Its jo,'. price (only one, doll-ar, phlaceei it
0.-2(JA~i~eA§io)n 331, w~itjhin tHe. reach ot ,the poorest, in the
Alp 14, range 20, iu Marion county. Innd. WM pay. all pstage.
,ek. Price ,i700 ca h. Title-s ,ood. It.,) WHAT, TlUE I "rTHINKSi.s+ OF US,,
7-.-L9 oibfs'"4' Sfecdtio6 36, Thc-Polkton (N. C.) Ansbnisa; aa(YS;:.
8 ranirre 19, in Marion county, T.e HIFUALD.iS one of the ne'atest papers
0i A ,oc ,balauc,6'pine aud ,nis iqth, State. ... ,
% 6c 1- Hk Wa1eb, ly i. small lake. We congratulate ,our Iwiends of the
tL''wn, filawn-e on time. W]Je,.-boro HRAAT.D upoDn, the fine .ap-
pearanco'of their paper.
:The Piedoinit ,(N.-G.) Press says-: The
-80Qfteros on -lll Creekl,, I-TrA.D is a -prightly sheet, ful-lot news
mile" froi- Ocklawaha riv- and, other interes-inai_'re.>ding matter.,
o^.QeUty. AU mixed hind, The oIERALD is a Fir-t Class Fan"ily
Iifrilca; a i"d .other troplc.il PNi'rici` llfw: inge,:,iC oA the' a blestr writers
aiii,bolikereek ranrinug thrlru-h1 i1n Nortth Caruliua atW10cl0ed to -its stafr.
id.a sTbeaity'ul will seat. Price $5 Tliere is ,.ohmIh humorous reading in it
eracre. Titles good. to ibt+k,-. t,ue Iauiih [(r a wee,--enough.
in.G h)awcr nG il"h t"k,-,.p .',,u i lltilltc next, comes
county, sit1te,1 d on the Jo, .-L't t .
l,-8flnS-fs~0 Cdar,- A /v*
Iammock, 10 acr.-,Clere Book AIBtso _
himdjor gardlenine, fruit, frovv I --. and Good Salesmen
k1l~e $8MaOcadi. TiltKy oJl. Afe "Cotm&31.MoNY" with the famous
0.'-338 acres on Lake B I DA D)ELSI GNS,
:ee, *vuaser cowity, 0 aeres Tit Freich Ed lition of which sells for
.al' ade pl oetlanidin_0 1n $105 aud the LOndon Edlitlon for $200.
i.k' "11 Veatered and very. Our Popular Edition ($5.50,) containing
b wetft, orange trees. over one hundred full-paze iquarto plates,
^entcS ol tis he Ce1-al,est an-1 most elegant publi-
1 re copor- cat)ion in America, and the best to sell.
$ 1 w ith tits present orange ^^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ( r i i g i
$ 1400 w th, thb presnte o rnzti e. i- Critics vie with ,each other! in lpralsling it
R .ah, balance on the. rj- and the masses buy it.
Agent-in Charleston, S. C., reports 97
,-- ( eqres 5 miles orders; one in Ninety-Sii, 8`0.,107; one
.t1 k.pgwn asthe Capt.Tavlor ih Virginia, 247; another in Memphis,
Largest portion firstrclass 200 orders, takenip three woeks. <
!+tioti~e nfniixld sItds. Futl. particulars free. Address1 J.- B
vadre'd[acre$ eerier cultivation- FORD & CO., ,Publishere, 27 .Partt Place,,
ilajitjtums &p.. in good re NewYork.. ; decl8 lm.

mBuilders7' ,!trdwar0
'.PAIAVT,& OILS, &oi &e.4
Bole Agents f6r ,
Great Amerioan ire .:tmguMshe+ 0o4
:ED For +If- .S, "
Nos, 20 & 22 Hayne, ^ 35 Pirickney Sl...
AshlyR tiver, West uEnd -d 'of'd t.,;
; oct2- -ly. -. "
NWe w-nt .\erybody, in the# United
:Staes to see, our large, elei t pageliteraiy
and lLamiiy p'per. HE Son'KVNIR," and
in order i hat all may judge ol its merits
tor lirnl-.el'%tc we will send itr, on trial,
six months.for only 50 cts., and to every
Z.u',lcrber. I we wil send by mall, postage
le:,ai>, oneeofour Mammoth Premium .
Packets (onttaining 10 good enveops %
10 sheets extra'%note piper, 1 gooi 'Peki..*
]10l1L1r, 1 ,ro'xl kehad Pencil, 2 steel Penn,
1 1Minorairlum Book, 1 Card Pho.oqrq&
ol all the PreMentsol the United Stated
and a, mice, Premium of Jewelry,.worth
from 25 cents to $1. Don't let this pW
you, try one Fackaage. Everybody to
sureotj get mor-e goods than they evr"
' bought t before for the price, and thoe tW!
iest gect from five to ten times the vaho
of thei'rony. The paper atone to mM
thlan worth 50 cents, and we glt4.*4
i his utagnidceiit prize extra. Remember
the paper and the Packet for only Sa
'cents; + + + +
Agents wantAd. Address 8. +
P. O, Box 58., Brikiol TenB;- ;


NRMa yor: T P G-try. *
Aldermen: 8 F Marshall,-P- 'Hrris,
- A F..-_r L i.-.'m, G Smith, Sol Betnamin,
W8 tt-oLI MU;'.L'hy, -ohl F Bu-'ni Alfred
Davis, A Reynolds. l ,,. c, +
C'cvk!, A.'\ c.R(;r atnd !C.61ll'ctor: S; .1,1m
"f T e^'l :; W '+n P : u. '.'.t,::n.

,. T S'I,' ".T !1, ..

We have-received, .ro~n Eu~rope, a lim-
ited ,_,uclnti. uy of phIwEiSmParc% C(nhIi'pe
Seed which pr.od(udcess solid ieads o"f car)
b.Ime, the size of the miouth of a flour bar-
r, 1 al;.l lalgpur. ;','I.I. -I ...N. 1 ,iS c )b-.
ba,'es ;;lrc rais,'.' with the most '.I' ia
.cuittivtion, ill any cli-nte, and at pre,-
ent price", dou,),e the, "r .1l-Iry 'prI,!it is
r alliedd from the"'p .r, .ll In tr ins-
"p'autin, from n these" seed, great care
si'rl ,!be uicd t.o -,ve snmacient, nnee
!.-i growthh. Sow asusnal.s A I,..:l.';o
., to a tyt1; I.l., ; ti l. n rec.,ipt
ot 50 cms. Three (.,c"., 0) Eiglift
: u:P (l;;L:,t^ '.'-,". A .sure. cure. for *cab-
ba)ao-e Pests and four -,'I 't[i iIC.i'oil chro
mos, (the ,' H"o ,h..n' Ire, lii, ll se'.t, sewit,
free with- eatch ',c!:at.. ; ,"
AddrUss P1. AILX.-'.::._r- &- Co. Sole U
ta'-ents, "Ill, St., opp,,o ite Cooper Ili-
stitute, N. Y. ,
_-+-- .Picease sta'.te th( n~ame ,," l. I t.-
per you' saw N his iu4. an g.:, *tn.

t f\- ACRE cIfE ofl' nli Wild O ran sv
1 0JL 'Grovc L.wuil., sitti.teil on the
south, side of Or-n.le L..kv, adjacent to
the celebrit, ,1 Oranlg'> Grove.s ol Jas. A.
Harrisi said Bishop, Hoyt & Co., the

best Selected

Stock of


500 Vols. -'in O/e!

Poetry an Song,
Being Choice S,? 1,' 4t;,.- from the Best.
Poets, English, Scotch, Irish
and American, by

lf one had, the, complete works of all
the poets, itself ,a large liberaly, costing
from $500 to $1.000, he AVouti. i..,t. gain in
+a lifetime, perhaps, so cntinrn',i; I ive a
knowle 'ge of thoe [.,pots themselves their
best pri'1uctiouw, the- perioJ during
which thiay w.'rote, a.itI the p!aces'lonored'
by their h'irth, a-A tfr,,m this elegant vol-
ume2' The handsomest and cheapest
sub-scription book extant. Having an
immerse, sale. Extra terms! Send for
Circular! J. B. FORD & CO.,
ju22;lm. 27 Park Place, New York

-.w~l Stev am?-w miill,
fqglgi.afi .t.1n res, &c., all
*Ttjaol,@0.d witih'plsce. Price
\.-'.thlr p.wih balance on suit-
Title$ good.
."1700 Bores along the
,ftbhi.,oetiwe river, -Marion
,a hnrikidli, balance pine,

.: Rpfl rdklIlter~ved. Price $2
jiqzonc half i arli,, balaieop'm tihue.
.- .

7We offer our usual large and complete'
assortment, embracing the most desira-
ble varieties and of best quality,_ and
mail price list, to any address, on receipt
of stamp. 'Seeds of all kinds by packet,
ounce, pound, and quart, can-be sent by
mail, to any P. 0. in theU. S..
v? enr,'yme and Seflsmfft,
"v r-PI."- 4w' A

This Ial Id will, be.s61ld ih 10,20 and'40 CARPENTER & BUILD .
arce lots to -,"it pimeu.haserm. Trrias rea-
,,., F/. I ItO'W. For information lTouwt building and other inchaBcat
ply to .+ JNO.F..DN;N r l work lour to nrner. .1 -'_ promptly
.19 I y Ocalt.TF'la. attended to, nu\ .*l-1,

Geo. D. Tyler, :