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The East Florida banner
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048737/00013
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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: March 4, 1876
Publication Date: Wm. J. McGrath
Frequency: weekly
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Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1866; ceased in 1882.
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: "Official Organ of the 5th Judicial Circuit".
General Note: Editors: J. Wiggin, <1869>; F. Harris, W. McGrath, <1870>; W. McGrath, <1871-1872>; F. Harris, <1873-1876>; J. Harris, <1874-1875>.
General Note: Publishers: S. Agnew & Co., <1869>; Harris & McGrath, <1870>; W. McGrath, <1871-1872>; F. Harris, <1873>; F.E. & J.A. Harris, <1874-1876>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 21 (Oct. 12, 1867).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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. Ocala, Florida.

e- .h.e ri -h
Ait Ofeii Paper of the Fifth
,T*Judial Cirouit.

PblshedZvy aturdy oi. Will practice in the State and United
States (qourts lIV

oUm %v. wm jan






1 Je cpy., one 'ear, ............... $20
,!^ Onucbpy, six months'.... .... .... 1 0
,.:%! One copy, tse months...........
ae co;,'on month ............. 2
singlecore ................. .... 0
One square first insertion..... .... $1 (
Each subsedquent Insertion ........
Protossloha and BUsiness Cards, of
0. li ,per annum.............. 10 0
AIqcas over 6 lines per annum.. 15 0
Ndtf'of application for Letters of
Administration ................ 6 0
:- Notice of Appointment as Admin-
i. trator .... .................... 5 0
S Notice to Debtors and Creditors.. 8
Notice for Final Dismissal ........ 15 0(
Notice for Leaveto sell Real Estate 5 0
Notice of salf Real Estate ...... 50
All other al Notices and AdvertieM
'ments will be charged according to th
space they occupy aniul the number of In
aertlons required.
(A square is one inch of Brevier type
Advertisements of a personal natur
will be charged 15 cents per line.

,. An Act to provide for the publlcatl0 o i
' Official and Legal advertisements in
the_ Several Judicial Circuits of thi
S tate.
Iie Sats of Plna, repr
tead Snat-nd Assembly, do enad
m oox L It shall be the duty of the
Secretary of State to designate one or
more newspapers published in each
Judicial Circuit which shall be known
as the official pipers of the Circuit, and
all legal notices and advertisements re
Wlatag to the said Circuit Court or to any
County or Probate Court within the said
. Cifit, and all legal notices of any de
Scrlption, required by law to be publish-
ed by any person or persons, and all no-
tieesand advertisements of sheriffs and
all'-ith6r county officers, of all counties
within the Circuit, shall be published in
the Officia Paper of the Circuit.
i sc. L. It shall be the duty of the pub-
.Ur of each paper so designated to
publish all notices and without delay
Prmld, That he shall not be compielled
'*L to publish any notice or advertisement
unless the fees for the same are tendered
Iiadvance: And provided furw e That
Stherate of compensation to be paid the
,aid papers fqr the official and legal ad-
vertisem.1its shall be the same as that
paid to the State'official papers.
Bc. m, No legal- notices or ,advertise-
ments, after the passage of this act, shall
b valid or have any force or effect, un-
.e4B*the same shall be publishedLin a
paper designated, as aforesaid, as the
official paper of the Circuit in which the
said advertisement is published; aud
Swfitnever any law now in lorce, or which
vfty" be hereafter passed, requires the
publication of any notice or advertise-
Witht, it shall be understood that said
p f'tcatiod shall -be In an official paper,
designated as aforesaid.
SaC. iv. This act shliall take effect from
and After the date of its passage; and all
am or .parts of. acts inconsistent with
thleprovisions of this act be, and they
are hereby repealed.
proved by. the .OQvernor, January
41n 6irirsh'ce of the above I. Samauel
B. McLin, Secretary of State, hereby re-
inmstte The eAT FLORIDA BANNER an
OIcal'Paper for the Fifth Judlc:al Cir-
wist'o Florida;..
.. Secretary of State.
Tallihassee, Fla., May 12, 1873.




Will practice in the Courts of the 5th
adicial Circuit. Janl,ly
Will practice in all the Courts of the
Fifth Judicial Circuit. Jan8'76.tf.


Ocala, Florida.
I will continue the practice of Dentis-
try, and will lie happy to wait on my cus-
tomers at any time they may be In need
of my professional services. Termucash
ytr dnlntxv nn.lne- Sn1 I.,

t I""'"' C ''" ..
bathe, thiPAAB j
with a shudder-.-_
Mlontenegrin hufs.
men offered me wine she i
dipped her fingers into it, the a
fingers which had just been en-
gaged in the chase on her chill
drens's heads, or which had been .
gently scratbching the pig, the petl
of the family, wliich is always ad-"
dressed by an endearing name. TIm
adulquat or lie down, the chil)-
dren tumble about in-the liquid.
manure which covers the floor of4
the hut, and many women a&'..
blear-eyed- in consequence of the*
creosote caused by the smoke,
which can only escape through the"
door. The Princess Milena, as'I
,have said, forms an exception.

It has been estimated that oun;
ofe'vry hundred Frenchmen who
visit London for the first time,
seventy make a point of going
through the Thames Turmnnel, as,
earlyas possible. Thia. hsbass-h .
accounted for,-first by theidesir'i"
to see a-remarkable feat of engin-
eering, and next, no doubt, by the
act that he who designed aid ae-
complished thii great W6ork -was a
native of France. So, it Its a point
of national pride to visit his
achievement. s proposed, to make a ltnnel uu-
ler the sea, fiom Calais t. Dover
he French complacently ay .y-,
was one of us; it was Brunei, .
discovered and 1lught you' ..
to it".-Proof Sheet.

A few days .since-a man stood
,p before piseonor t the Oid#
nd His Hon'or id, m hle ,'-,
olemn way, "JU i on 0if14 '.
0 day s.",W t 'St
10, eq)ire,"qasidejI fellow,, 9.:i
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Ocala, Florida. -

Will practice in the State and United
6 ales Courts. lnlly

OGm; R. BuLLocx.


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...-Oeala, Florida.
ill.pkractice in all .the- Courts of the
5t!-nd 6th Judicial Circuits. sep26 ly
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r country pr ,,,uuce. jn,.tiy And well man worketh everywhere
)f MISE NEO But work or rest, whatever befall.

is C L l U ,
OCAL H[ U E Written. for THE BANNER.
e Ocala, Florida.NUM
r Travelers can reach Ocala Via Gaines- V
Sville, on Florida Railroad, or on steamers OUR DANGER
d via St. Jons river and Silver Spring. -
FO ONLY $ 3. Motto: Les hommes ne seront pas lib-
S Ores, avant que le dernier des rois ne sera
The Detroit, Mich'Zf.n, pendu aux iptestins du dernier des pret-
-h res.-Prudhon.
S FREE PRE S We Americans are a hospitable
S-and the- people. We invite, encourage
anner'and induce foreigners from all
]East Florida Banner parts of the globe to come among
.Will be sent to any adddis in the Un- us; to help as to cultivate our vast
ite Stapers quote from the FRESE lands; to be co-laborers in our fac-
SPRE88, the liveliest of family newspa stories; to be fellow-citizens in our
I pers, full of interesting news, Ilterature, p are with us our
Humorous skecthes, spicy paragraphs,etc. politics, and to share ith s our
S:Subscribe at once. wealth, our prosperity and our li-
T N ew Livery Stable. berties. Political exiles and refu-
gees from the od world we receive
I "with open arms; we sympathize
with their failures jin the struggle
' .he undersigned han just opened a for the liberation of mankind; we.
Stable in *Ocala and Jis prepardot o
Sfurns in Ocala and i prepared to try to promote their future well-
DOUBLE OR SINGLE TEAMS, fare in our midst, and give to
:.,er saddle-horses to travelers. them an inviolable asylum for
He will run a line of hacks regularly their future homes. But we want
to Silver Spring this winter on the arm-
val of the boats. He will also be pre- industrious, honest and moral men
pared to furnish travelers with convey- to come among u, and we ob-
ances to Orange Lake, Leesburg, Gaines- ,o come ong and we ob
ville, Homasassa, or jeot to felons, criminals, outcasts
TO ANY PARTOF THE STATE. and the scum of other countries.
Persons having their horses put up at C r
this stable may rest assured that they ith regard to felons and crim-
will be well fed and carefully grnomed, inals our government has conclud--
*.ALiFREiiD DJAVIS, 'i i
ct.tf. ed cartels with most nations, to
exchange persons who havecom-
J leS Baratier~~, emitted, or are accused, of criminal
MERCHANT TAILOR,. acts of a higher degree, but as re-
Laura, ear Ba4 Steet, Jac en iP, Ft. grds the outcasts; or better to
-- ,,sayy, the scum- of ot Iher countriess'
Always on hand a splendid assortment say, the scum of other countries,
of Domestic and Foreign Cassimeres aud n 10 agreements and no laws exist.
Cloths,. fiom which an order can be se- rps at
elected. these last few years a numerous
CUTTING, CILEANING AND REPAIRING oasteof outlaws aind outcasts from
done with neatness and dispatch very near every nation of Europe
Country orders receive prompt atten, lands daily upon pur hospitable
tern !., mar27--1y. ni< t ,,
te mar27-1y'. shores. Ths wellorganized body
R WALTER, N. FRANK, of persons has committed in all
WALT., L. WA. ages and are committing at pres-.
M BrowHn, ent,) under the cloak of sanctity,
rrT a t I he most heinous crimes and the
most atrocious cruelties. Their
RI. WALTER & CO., maxim and teir motte is. "The
326 W. Baltimore, Cor. Howard St., Bait. Md. end sancdies the means.'"
MANUFACTURERS OF Regicide.; assassination, arson,
( T 0 T1 H T -adultery, kidnapping., treason, per-
^ 0j j 1- G. jury, treachery, fraud, immorality,
AND JOBBERS IN deceit, cruplity, in fact, eyery im-
Cloths Cassimeres, & .e. aginable crime, which it is possible
jan2i-tf. ..or the most depraved person to
FOR PALATKA AND SILVER SPRING! commit, ornament the pages of the
The New and Elegant U.S. MJail history of their fraternity. I ,
,,. It appears incredible how such
sa horrible crimes could have been
perpetrated unpuniished for centiu- 1
STEAMER TUSKA WILLA, ries. The reasons why their ne-
CAPT. C. D. TArt.on, farious doings evaded the deserved .
CX,, T. D.T .OR punishments, were and are: Tim- ,
Will leave Palatka every Monday and pus wr an
iiursdlav evenings, alter the arrival of idity, imbecility, corruptness and
Charleston and Savannah steamers, connivance of'governmentd; credu- (
RETURNING: lity, ignorance and fanaticism' ot <
Will leave Silver Spring every Sunday the masses; vnit of base and !
and Wednedday morniMg at oclock, unprincipled men; their own cun- .
Connection made atfiilversprihg with nine;* their wel11 regu.ate system
stages for Ocala and Leesburg. _no their well regulated system I
e 11-tr. 8. J. P AULNIGHTt of'espion~age; their power and in- ]
de-tf.fluence ovr the intellect of the
W;V' A N''T D D people; their wealth; their fault- 1
O00 Oless.organisation; their strict dis- t
0 P0UNDS OF GOOD FODDER. -ci line; their deceitful mode of
-"The. m.rf price '-liv be galr y ry
jarer.- "' I.ir.rl[]EI^C ... teaching and training youths who -
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'* Oclkh, Florida.
S-ll practice In the Courts of the 5th
and 6th Judicial Clicuits.
Div6rces obtained, 'non resident's bust-
ness attended to, and collections prompt-
ly made in all parts of the State.
Office onuwest side of Public Square,
oppOite the store of U. L. Pincekston.

Special attention will be given to all
busilnesswentrumtedto his care.
au'l 1'74.



)L. X. TO.41

en Who INeveer w s .V,
izza correspondent of the.
Standard writes: Thoe'..
readers who have traveled
have certainly remarked
stripes on the necks of th "
noras; no devout Spanish-
lares to bathe without.te
on of her confessor. Thit"
to cleanliness has come
from the time, of the an-
Sabinuis, Poehomirn, B
nd othqr saints of theden
indeed whole sects of that
ndemed all ablations 'Bs
sh, and ; were lauded bew.
y wore theirclothesso long
y rotted:to pieces and fe -I
or because theiki*e -
"pumic-stone" rfrom, thd
irt on it. The superstitir ,
using the body -soils the
s this day among the woe-"
ose Christian nations .
Carried on conflicts ,
ammedana, on whom the:{
[joins frequent ablutions,

The Farmer Feedeth All.
My lord rides through the palace-gate,
My lady sweeps along in state,
The sage thinks long on many a thing,
And the maiden muses on marrying;
The minstrel harpeth merrily,
The sailor plows the foaming sea,
The huntsman kills the good red deer,
And the soldier wars without a fear;
But fall to each whatever befall,
'1 he farmer he must feed them all.
Smith hammereth cherry-red the sword,
Priest preacheth pure the holy word,
Dame Alice worketh braiding well,
Clerk Richard tales of love can tell;
The tap wife sells the foaming beer.
Dan Fisher flsheth in the mere,
And courtries ruffle strut and shine,
While pages bring the Gascon wine,
But fall to each whatever befall,
The farmer he must feed them all.
Man builds his castles fair and high,
Wherever river runneth by.
Great cities rise in every land,
Great churches show the builder's hand,
Great arches, monuments and towers,
Fair palaces and pleasing bowers;
Great work is done, be't here or there,

are entrusted to them for educ
tion; their meek appearance; the
ostensible piety; their knowled
and learning; and many other
which to enumerate would tal
The last few decades they hai
been expelled as the most dange
ous members of human society I
very nearly every government
Europe, and by many of our Ame
ican sister-republics. With the
effrontery and artifice they succeed
ed in retaining in some country
a foothold, frequently under dis
guise, until time had obliterate
from the m memory of the govern
ments and of the nations, th
crimes, which this unscrupulou
association had perpetrated.
Gradually and imperceptible
they appeared again from thei
feigned retreat and recommence
cautiously to spread their danger
ons webs, to entangle government
and nations and to lead mankind
back to ignorance and darkness.
'These last few years most o
the European governments use al
their power acd energies to ri
their countries from these abomi
nable pests, and as their influence
in Europe is fast declining, thej
flock in swarms to our country'
to deprive us of our free institu
tions, our liberties, and if possible
our intelligence.
Not one. single word that
write is fiction. Every syllable
and every letter is founded upor
fact, and these dangerous men
whom we receive unmolested are
the disciples of Ignatius Loyola,
known by the name of Jesuits.
Before I proceed farther, I am
compelled to recapitulate the his
story of christianity with as few
words as possible to be able to
show more clearly the danger
which unavoidably will and must
follow, if we harbor these outcasts
without the greatest caution.
The christian religion in its in-
fancy promised to become a re-
igion of brotherly love, but in the
course of only a few centuries it
shared the fate of all former relig-
The following is an extract from
Peter Parley's Universal History,
published, New York, 1871. I
have chosen it on account of its
"The title of Pope was given
io the bishops at a very early
period of the Christian Church.
At first the Pope of Rome was
dnly one of, the superior dignita-
ries of the church; but in the
course of years he became the head
>f it, and both claimed and exer-
cised an authority superior to that
)f any sovereign. For a long
ime the Popes of Rome had au-
hority only in matters of relig-
an; but Gregory III., about the
rear 731, resisted the Greek Em-
>eror, who ruled over Italy, and
established the title of the Pope
o reign .over Rome in matters of
Itate." F,'om this time forward
he Popes rapidly acquired power,

rid in theyear 760 they had ex-
ensive possessions ahd immense
health. Their pride was now
qua[ to their power, and neither
seemed to have any bounds.
The Popes claimed the author-
ty of God's viceroys on earth.
L'hey called themselves the suc.

essors of St. Peter, and said that
he keys of heaven and hell were
iven to .their custody. They
drowned themselves with a triple
rIown, and assumed the title of
holiness; but most of them were
s unholy men as ever lived; tlhpy
ere ftul of earthly ambition, and
gained with the most atrocious
rimes. They were the haughtiest
f mortals. Nobody was allow-wd
o enter their presence without
feeling down to kiss their toes.
Vhen they mounted on horse-
ack, they caused kings and em-
erors to hold their stirrup.
They took away kingdoms from
be rightful soverigns, and gave
hem to others. Pope Clement
declared that God had given him
l1 the kingdoms of heaven and
earth. If any person denied the

a- Pope's authority, he was burned and to superficial reader som
eir alive, epxressions abusive, but neith
ge In 1077, Pope Gregory obliged er is the -case, I only write
rsHenry IV., emperor of Germany, the truth, of which every body
I, to stand three days in the depth of
ke winter, barefoot at his castle gate can convince himself, if he reads
to implore his pardon. In 1191 an- the histories of the Inquisition
ve other Pope kicked another emper- of the Order of the Jesuits and of
r- or's crown off his head while he was the religious wars, which followed
by kneeling before him, to show that the Reformation. The words'
ofthe Pope could make and unmake "outlaws," "outcasits" and "scum"
o f k i n *s a t h i s p l e a s u r e I n t h e y fa r o ar e p rwordc s a n d a I"
r- 1100 it was ordained that the ti- are pure English words and as I
ir tle of Popes should be given only use them, they are literally true
d- to the bishop of Rome. About and only used manly, without cir-
es this period the power of the Pope cumnscription or evasion; then, out.
s- was at its highest. For nearly four law means: one excluded from the
.d hundred years the popes had an protection of the law; and "out-
Sundisputed sway over the people p o the ; and out-
and the soverigno of the christian cast,"-a person banished;-both
le world. That period is called the oftheseexpressionsarejustlyappli-
Is "dark ages." All arts learning cable to the Jesuits, consequently
and refinement of the ancient they are the "scum" of-Europe, as
y Greeks and Romans were extin- scum means the refuse; and in
r guished and only retained by the this ase the scum of the nations
I higher clergy, and all Europe was th ase te cum of the atios
reduced to a nearly barbarous Europe.
state. So thing, continued, till Something more about the mod-
s about five hundred yvars ago, ern history of the Jesuits. The
d when the light of learning began to attempted assassinations of the em-
return Only one of the Europe-
rt r .O nl "eo' b D rp peror of' Germany and of prince
)f an sovereigns possessed sufficient p ror of Germant acd of prince
1 courage to resist and punish the Bsmark, were traced to the insti.
insolence of a Pope. Philip the gation of the catholic clergy, c
d Fair, King of France, who began fortunately the instigators
f1rtuatel. teinstigators
to reign in 1285, had a great quar- perpetrators escaped their deserved
e rel with Pope Boniface, one of the punishments. And only in these
y haughtiest Popes that ever wore
the triple crown. One day, some last two years they were the cause
' of Philip's friends took Pope of gest disturbances and revolu-
Boniface' prisoner. They put. ions in some of the SouthAmeri-
, him on a horse without saddle or can republics, where they attemo-
bridle, and made him ride with his ed to usurp the reins of the legal
I face toward the horse's tail. Bou-
e iface took the well deserved pun- American republics, wof there Southey
n ishment so to heart that he soon Ameca republics, where they
died. provoked an open war. Upon the
During the reign ot Ferdinand bodies of their deluded victims
SandIsabella of Spain, at the. close were passports to heaven found,
, of the fifteenth century, the iu. whih were signed by high church
quisition was established, first in folenaries, and were d byas follows: church
S pain and spread afterwards over ucnar, and were as follows:
o most catholic countries of Europe. "To St.Peteti' Admit bearer of this
The horrors and tortures of that through the gates of heaven, then
most terrible institution continued he died in the defence ot 'our holy
Sin operation for nearly three hun- church." They mix with their
r dred years. Between thirty and h t rdclu
t forty thousand persons wer burnt horrors the ridiculous.
alive before the Inquisition was In our republic it may be said:
abolished, there is no danger from the Jes-
Mention deserves here the MAas- units, the catholics are in the mi-
sacre of St. Bartholomew night norit
i y, not our country. As regards
in the ientr W72. Under tthe
StV e,*'Charlesthe.UNinder th e numbers it is true, but still they
r-ig'n ,of "CharIles the Ninth, King
Sof France, abgut o-e hundred are more powerful than all the oth-
lhousand Protestants were mur- er denominations together, and
dered in their own houses by a will be dangerous in the course of
farntic catholic mob, who was ex- time, if not checked very soon.
cited and insigated by the catho. Their power does not consist in
lic clergy. The king himself sat their numbers, but in their un-
at one of his palace windows, with
a musket in his hand, and shot surpassed good organization, in
some of his innocent subjects, who their cunning and their effron-
adhered to the protestant faith, tery. They are spreading slowly
Tite first person who resisted and hardly, perceptibly over the
openly the power of the popes, whole country. They establish
was John Huss from Hussenitz in schools and colleges, in which they
Bohemia, he was burnt alive by abstain for the first few yearsfrom
the catholic clergy. Belter suc- absta for the first few years from
cess had Martin Luther, who cm- all proselytism, not to create any
menced the Reformation in the sue.spicion, but gradually they will
year 1518. The result of Luthers obtain more influence aud power,
preachings were sanguinary relig- and then they will commence to
ious wars, till the authority of the poison the reasoning faculties of
popes was gradually thrown off by .
the governments throughout their pupils. The state of Ohio
Christendom. The preheat pope has already fallen a victim to their
Pius IX. was compelled to flee in machinations, and in the State of
the year 1848, but was reinstated Missouri, where they are very nu-
by French bayonets to the disgrace merous, a law was passed, that:
ot Napoleon the third; till a- any will or testament, or any clase
baldi established the United Italy yw1'oteamnora f] e
and since then the pope lost his of a will or testament, which be.
territories, and as he has nothing queaths the whole property or
elsetodo, he isconstantlydamping, part there of to churches-
.ommunicating and thundering or to clergymen is null and void;
his anath~emas over the whole of' i -"i -
Ts anathe s over the whoe of as the legislators ofsaid State are
Europe, but in our age nobo ly a ar the. i wi tha
pays any more attention to the awareoftheinfluencewhich that s
old man in the Vatican." gentry exercises upon dying per- (

Since the establishment of the sons. e
order of Jesuits;,this association I am no reformer, but I give a
was indefatigable in their exertions timely warning, to save our chil- t
to re-establish thepower of popes dren's children from the most cruel
and-to lead mankind back to bar- despotism. c
barity and hopeless darkness. Februa-y, 1876 r
Only a few years ago they persua- DI 7**--IL o
ded the old dotard in Rome to de- Don d1 o th Emperor of a
clr h..s, infalibili bu i E Brazil, and the Empress Teresa i
lare infallibility, but in Eu- Christina will leave for the United d
rope they have lost their sway, and States on April 1, with a numer- t
they have selected our country for ous retinue and $1,000,000 pock- w
their nefarious doings, et money. The Philadelphians d
The. history of Christianity expect to relieve. His Majesty of d
teaches the same lesson as all oth about $500.000 during his stay
rd.,a l hn. .in their city. An Emperor does
er re'igions do, namely: When not come along every day, arid the u
the clergy of any creed or denom- presence of Don Pedro will be a a
nation attains sufficient power, god-send to the snobbery that will s
the most despotichierarchy follows. | congregate by thousands in Phil- 3
My language may appear bold, .adelphia.-Morn g News.

e womr
- A 8pi
e London
y of your i
s in Spain
; the dirty
f lovely se
d women d
' permissi
' aversion
I forward i
Schorites i
. sarion, al
. ert, and ,
e epoch coi
cause the
that they
off them,
came as
crust ofd
that clea
soul exist
men of th
have long
the Moha
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S* TUROAY. MMh4th, .17<.

GUIDE. showing how either mm mM
bmcinate and gin the love and aft&$ps
of any person they cboo n 6t4m0, 0
Wm.& By & 50 U. Has a M-
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Beet display of ferns, Bidwell & Place, The banks of' the lake rise grad- Fort Drain plantation, 1500 acres; looked for direction, fieqnently
0berdisplayof Florida moes, Mr. ually into rolling table-lands, Sloan plantation 1500 acres and from two or three directions, the
SwartB 1 pie-knife which are interrupted indifferent others, to the total amount of 50.- river opens in the far distance
Beat parlor boqNetgrasses,$ 3 cuff-but- p y bf ro to 14 f 000acres. Thess lands are very rich, showing outlets to this and en-
tons. oc by blowes fro 12 to 1 feet and were before tbe war sugar and trane to a similar sheet of water
Best collection of wild flowers, Mrs J. high; the sgurface of the lake itselfcotnpaaios The l-
D. McKlnk, y, sugar shell. cotton plantations. These plan- to that you are- just leaving, all
TwWOaxP0 if-T--nXKAw"MKD. is fourteen feet higher than the nations can be bought .now for varying in width from two to six
BeVeolleetion cut lowers, Mir Julia Ocklawahs river. The surrouding from three to ten dollars per acre, miles, when opposite theo branch.
Seondes'Wt collection cut flower country is very rich hammock before the war the price of an acre es you find them to form bold
MlFaunnePscecn..orTfllahowee,l0. land, which i covered with wild of each of th'se plantations wks promontories of high land which
Third bet collection cut flower, -, intespered.ith fifty dollars, and at that price they at once attracts attention in dif-
Jennie Whittaker. orange groves, interspersed with ere considered cheap. fering so greatly from the general
BestcoUection colens, Bidwell & Place, .white oak, live oak and hickory The Fl,,rida Interior Land low bankless bhore which in reality
$8 Vas
Best collection cactu, Bidwell & Place, trees. On the eastern side are Agency sold only r-cently, the is but an extension of the swamp
$veteio. apn Bldwell& light pinelands. The soil in a rich Marshall Ccklawafh plantation bordering the river and extending
lc. fiage t sandy loam; 18 inches below the nearer Silver Spring to a gentle- back from three quarters of a mile
Beat collection air plants, Bldvel a surface commences the sub-soil men from Tennessee. to one mile to the higher land.
Place, l teaspoons. P I hardly think it possible that There are a number of settlements
Beat pair handtboquess, Mrs. D. S. which is a rich marl to the depth anywhere else such selection of along the course of the river fre-
FRo raoaioxNAU-PRIMnIrX AWAKa- of from 10 to 12 feet. superior lands can be. offered to quently at long intervals. Theme
ID. Orange Lake lays 16 miles purchasers, as is the case tiround always afford great relief to the
Best collection pot plants, Bidwell & North-East of Ocala, and is 9 OCange lake. The rich can lby a meeting boundless swamp, not
Place, a diploma and pair silver vases miles distaut from Iola, the near- wh,,lt plantation, and he whose only varying the great imilarity
worth $10. t means are limited, can make him- of the shore, but adding beauty to
FOR 4MATIMM--FALVImu,w~ . t. a leam-boat landing on t % e. self a comfortable home with a re- the surroumdingps in their natural-
Best collection of pot plants .Mro x. Ocklawahs river. A company is numerativefarm ofa fewacre, at ly picturesque location. I only
t. Man, silver pitcher $20. crDaninied, chartered and recorded, a moderate price, note one or two of these "oases,"
Beat collection of premed ferns, Mr. D.
8. Place,---.-.* which will open and clear Orange The wild groves have sonr tnJ (I am speaking of the river from
Best collection of grasses, leaves, cones
and berries, Mis. D. &. Place, met of t creek from all its impediments to bitter sweet orange tioes in full above Jacksonville to the mouth of
blespoons worth $10. navigation, and it is expected that bearing, and any new settler has the Ocklawaha river;) the first is
Best wreath of flowers, Mrs. D. 8. .naigaio, and it is ee .h only to follow the example of his the village of Green Cove Springs
Place, $3.tIn a short time steamer will .be older neighbors and bud the indi- as seen from across the broad ex-
Best collection of bulbous plants, Mrs. able to run from the Ocklawaha genius trees., nd in a short time panse of its water front. This I
D. 8. Place, (6 piblet. ai u ru ieVIWU poi readi hr iepno t ae rn.Ti
BeAt display of orange flowersMrs. rver to Oiange Lake. The rail- the wild groves will be transform- consider one of the most de'si able
. S. Place, $3 sugar shell. road from Waldo to OrAla is al- ed into a cultivated orchard of the places on th,- 'river. A mile or
Best display of verbenam, MIss. Hattie
Young, $2 fruit-kniie. ready graded and will be finished most deliciouA fruit. Many of the two above this and in plain view
Best collection of ornamented and floor. in about a year; it passes the east settlers on the lake have young is another beantiful cove and bay,
al work, Julia DeCottes: $3. on the,bnks of which is the new-
Best, colty~ctlon of violets. Miss. Drudle end of the lake and continues its sedigtes"oh ak fwhc stenw
Dean, special premium. M J. F. Dunn's land on the I settled place of Capt. A L.
DATivp WINm. course along its south side. A lake, which he offers in small par- Rice, of the Steamer Okahnmkee.
Best collection of native wines Col. postoffice will be established on cells ,or sale, consists of wild groves This promises to be one of-the
Dancy, silver goblet $10. the first day of July '76, and a with the most fertile soil, and choicest places on the river, at
J. liBavys, ergoblet $6. saw-mill is now built, which will every person who intends to start least so to our_ taste And jndg-
Besot specimen of flowers wine, E. commence operating in a short an orange grove in one of the most meat. He has here a twenty mile
Jameson, silver goblet o6. D me. healthy and m,)t chaiming local- view of the river and a cresent
Bfest specimenorangewine, Col. Dan-r tim cities should not omit to visit Mr. s hapebay in front of five miles iu
cYBesilvergoblet $6. f blackberry wine, I will now mention the number ),unto lad, and Iam certain width; then, toot, near at hand are
Mrs W. T. Bacon, nut crackers $8 of acres of improved land on Or- that his choice will be there de- several fine creeks, which afford
Best specimens mulbs,.ry wine, B. W. range Lake with the names of their cided. an abundance of fish and fi)wl the
Brown, nut crackers $3.
Best specimen orange bitters, 1.1. White, owners. I commence ou the south Yours, very respectfully, year through. 1 hid often heard
Besttnic, 1.1. Hits, diploma. side and make the circuit around JAMES. of this river b B-s- the lake towards the West. 1 1-4 sort of that rare bird the "Golden
FLORIDA PHOTOGRAPHED. FL MOR ish, t n Ao, FLOBIDA AND WHAT I SEE Eagle,' or bird of Washir:gton
DAMrsr. Bishop, Hot and Co., THERE. according to Andubon; and, glass
IVM3BB BIGUT. have an orange grove ot 150 acres, Io tU Editor of go Banne,: in hand, was constantly on tho
--- planted with two and three years :--lu my various rambles-look-out ..i hopes of getting a
AOGZ LAK9. old trees; J. A. Hairis, 200 ac.. g t of te impsestf one, bt with,.ut suc-
over the central portion of the c s o weve I s, ,.ve al o
oRT MKAD, March lot, 1876. Allen and Brown, 30 ac.; J. F. 6"tate I find the scenery of the th e rBalt Eagle, "some.ofethemf
To te t d^ of te Banner: Dunn, 70 ac ; Wm. B. Lindsay country'along the watercourses and ,e l l y' 'imen ( to size
DEA Sin--The analogy which and Co., 30 ac.; J.O. Matthews, upon the lakes of great siwilarity, only,) one of which h.vering near
exists between the Eastern and 20 ac.; J 0. Lyman, 10 ac.; a reeutga.tropicalap the shore finally darted dow with.
th e W este rn H e mu xi q c-re is rea lly M a x w e ll, Ball, Kghia a n d Bvrk u s a l ux.. ... l niste llla n th e as o .. ne ad u er a
singular,. Europe has its Italy, 24 ac.; H. B. Dunn, 10 ac.; J. ,At tai writing;, (eb.15th,)the \e nr
America has its Florida. Both Austin, 10 ac.; H. G. Dunn, 10 general folhe is uow astfr ad-fr -mthewater with"amonste"
An, .I ewilderedsom )ewhatby its
|.eninsulas resemble one another ac.; G. M. Commander, 60 ac. of vauced as with us in Middle Geor-
is usally ix. ..ks o twoweight, the eagle bounded -to sod-
in shape, in climate and in their old bewitrg trees; R. A. Stuart, g'a usualy sx weeks or two denly against it with tremendous
W tiuts en;......lready sed weh bfdineds
productions. .There are some 30 ac.; Club Grove, 6 ac+; G. W. nthe S n the bordersofeineu sndgt*br ..,
t~ mm~rg, hJ crer t othe watr"inon" -reconan--
slight differences, but they are Means and Co., 60 acs; and one -bream.s and swamps, putting on ewt er reckon ann
counterbalanced by their different half of a mile West from the lake their apringgarb, thereby proving i theoletch tinsedoafterighe
latitudes and different elevations, is Mr. Chamber's grove of 200 ac. their claim to the apppellation.f .... he caught,
Italy produces cereals upon its planted with seedling-trees. The "Laud ot Flowers truthful- just" a it to"iched the water; not,
higher table lands, and Florida The total amount of improved ly belongs to Floria.cAmong however, without getting 'aLcopi-
theim may be seen the snow white ousbah..... .genes, noh"
produces entirely tropical fruits land around Orange Lake which is mar sbap. ds flowers of the luxuri- i nge ci e steagernesshsnobn-
upon its southern extremities, planted in orange trees are 866 acres ant 11mitcJ ella;" the white, pur- sooner te t th o re h o th eb
Italy has its valley of the Po; This part of the State is fast set. ple and blue colored violet; th nterrhna r ,nfurlgt
Florida has its Marion and Sum- tling from every part of tIhe Union,; delcate rose; white and purple rally increasing his heih th'I oon
t bll lowr;..retis o.thrployxInreasli nghtisn o a9 o
te counties. On the Eatern -the before named settlers represent of l im, whera had he
Hemisphere, in Arabia, is the, twelve States of our republic, and v ".arie -s of the "y not received a plunge bath, he
Mecca; on the Western, in Finri- are mostly wealthy men. For the vnf riluet slarkspur blute fluan, weald have resorted to the nel~res~t
da, is the Ocala. On th, Eastern last three months about 100 hands varieties st tthe Iupin, sftthe orceie. -..t- n. -.
Hemisphere, in Asia Minor, is Oa- are daily employed around Orange (and they are very early,) with forfeited his life in sn honesteon-
naan, the promised land, "where Lake to cultivate its fertile Boil; many oth ersSeae nameS 1 do uot d.ea~vour to earn an honest living,
milk and honey flow," and on the their wages range from fifty cents .. ..- .n h. bram al wmc^ m fa iro v g cnaa.
Western Hemisphere, in Florida, to one dollar per diem with board, water-ill, on ^ a rhdark^ scream wit Yi slye or y o
the promised land, "where milk and that locality is, and will be for coo, xr' iemSely deitehnea genr .he aalthee
and honey flow," i. the valley of a long time to come, the best and tiful ) also a rich scarlet flower to the "best govrnmet th wr
OBANGK LAKB. surest harvest field for industrious resembling the wild lobelia; and sw goemett rl
The sentence: "where milk and laborers. Soqth west of" the lake another a species of snap dragon, entern8alw. r P .I876.
honey flow," I do not use figure- are high table lands, with a rich I enumerate only for ths reason of o <
liey nti nsac slt and/ertile soil, which doubtless this day inadvertently hearing the NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
tivelyr. In this instance it is it- wil produce every useful plant to title ot "Land of Flowers" being
rally true. The rich pastures perfection, questioned. I have a number of Ntice of App!ication for letters
around Orange Lakegive abundant Mr. Jon. F Dnnn, Real Estate the above flowers successfully pro- 'i atn
nourishment to thousands heads Agent of the Florida Interior served by pressing and drying, ofb~r Ad h straiton11-h
of cattle, and through the whole Land Agency,.purchased" recently .There is one pleasing, trait I it may c'onenthaItsix weekseAier

year, the uninterrupted change of 1000 acres of land on the Sout.h which has generally been adopted date I, F. N. Foy, will apply to the Hon.
side of Orange lake, which land he throughout the State, and that is Wvn, R. Hillyer, Judge of Probatt in and
flowers and blossoms, can support a, for Marion county, Fla., for Letters of
ower and l a s t divided into lots of 20 and 30 retaining the original" Indian Administration on the estate of THOMAs
myriads of bees, and milk and acres, to suit purchasers, who in- names. This we think common- WILSON CALDWELL, deceased, situate in
honey can garnish the table of the tend to make for themselves a dable for the reason of their sig- sald hfounty. FP. N. FOY.
most poor at every meal all the comfortable home in a healthy, nificance, their soft expressiveness Solicitors.
year round fertile and beautiful locality, and their beauty. There are ex- March 4th, 18'6. OW.
ear ren r Many of the before mentioned ceptions to the former, not only
groves were sold by, Mr. J. F. with our own people, but especial- oce.
upon the globe, which are so high- Dunn to their present owners, and I of previous owners of the soil. 1. t Circuit Court of Florida, 5th
ly favored by nature, as the coun- everyone of them is entirely satis- Oue instance impressed me very j1-a, 7 mircit, Marion .'unty.
try around Orange Lake. A beau- fied with his bargain. Beside the ibrcibly, How much more appro-
tiful climate, an undulating, rich thousand acres, Mr. Dunn has 450 private, beautiful and euphonious IN CHANCRUT..
and productive soil, and an ex- acres more to dispose of, which is the original name belonging to MAUY ROBERT )"
latter join the groves of Mr. Har- the great central artery and chief vs.. Bill-for Foreclosure
tensive sheet of never failing wa- and Messrs. Lindsay and Co. thoroughtare of Florida, "St. ELIAS J. PA.LME. B
ter, gives to this fertile val- The lands are to be sold at rea- John's river" of the Spaniards, IT APPEARING that the Detendtnt,
ley a romantic aspect. Here sontable prices, ranging front $25 herein paying it their highest lmtis oftherstateoFleridto-it:the
beauty and utility are combined, to $75 per acre, according to the tribute of deference and admira- the State or Indtfana, so thbt ordinary
Orange Lake is situated in the quality of the soil, and'I am cer- tion il bestowing the name of process cannoLtbeServed uponhimand
North-Eastern portion of Marion lain, that nowhere in the woIrld, their favorite saint. The uutil.,-upon mOtion tor;S M. G. Gary, Esq.,
land car. be bought at such mred- tored aborigines so infinitely had it tstffefoe Ordered, That th said
county. jt is formed by the w-erate prices, considering that every excelled; uttering in woft sweet defendant do appear, answer, pltad or
ters from subterranean springs, by.-acre is of such superior quality,! cadence and inflexiou simply, demur to the bill filed insaid suit, other-
Goose creek and other smaller that upon the same every imag- "Welaka!" expressing thereby so etea me.shallbetakenued.
branches, which form an uninter- inable plant, whicq suits the cli- much in- a single word, literally 11 is fprtoer Oi,/em, That this40r.ler
rupted chain with LakeLuckloosa, mate, can be grown to its highest chaiu of lakeW--and of a veri- be polished for tour months In the East
r perfection and with certain ouc- ty it ISO a chain of lakes, a beau- J.dn. GOS. Judge
Newnan's and Santa Te Lakes.-, HIGO-, )dge
cess. tiful and peculiar stream, a wide Feb. 18th, 1816.
The flow of the, water inrthe lake Mr. J. F. Dunn is the head expanse of water, bordered by the S. M.G. G~AB, ,
is from West-North-West towards ofthe Florida Interior'Land Agen- semi-tropical vegetation, in Complainants Solic r.
East-South+East, where it finds cy, which is established at Ocala. windings, shutting in and closing -
its -outlet through Orange-creek Fla., and has besides a great n um- the view of the outlet, thereby Orange Trees for Sale.
into the Ocklawaha river. Or bert larger and smaller plant&- forming a series of lakes. "As ltF'i'EEN HUNDRED 3-year old
S lake s, from 18 to 1 tjons for sale, amongst which dev you advance, covest promontories, H. seedlings. ApplyDto
range lake is from 18 to 19 miles serve to be mentioned the Taylor rounded peninsulas, (some ot the ,.f 1.1 caaF.
long, and from 3 to 7 miles broad, plantation of 2000 acres, situated latter on a nearer approach having a .... u -l_ ...
and covers an area ofaboutninety- near Ocala; Howard plantion, 1000 the appearance of -islands,) meet 1 .ubs.ribe for Tait .A. and Detroit
p k' f ITm tW $Lr9.wa w
two and one half qnare milea, wrerst one half mile r from ()"I&;, %au n U Isi~Lfed 'in U+" "+:++,

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Misarlou ev. Boswel
win, J-sndtek V setsc~s-s
It is emiiandy a h-U MedlellW4 .
by being kept ready for Immediate MMq
will save many an hour of not ntafs-O
many a dollar in time;, and doctoexlkMUA&
After Forty Years trial It is Ml w-
ceivng tbe most unqualiAWed tlesti--8
of its virtues, from persons of the hil.
eat character and responsibility. JW.n
nent physicians commend it aM the meao
for Constipation, Headache, Pain in tht
Shoulders, Dizzlness, 4Itur Otomael,
bad taWt in the mouth. MllioM attaeike,
Palpitations of the Heart, Pain in the
region of the Kidneys, despondency,
gloom and forebodings of evil, all of
which are the oflbpring of a diseased Liv.
The Liver, the largest organ
in the body IF generally thesg|^r tr
of the disease, and if tJ^t^
lated. In time. wS '*liH '''^^-
ensue ..
ache, Mouth T lr
Appetite and '+ ted;
you are sufferL rom Torpid
Liver or Biliousnias. and noth-
ing will cure so speedily and
p erm a n en tly .. ,
"I h rve nrver seen or tried such a slim^
ple, efficacious, satislactory and pleamnt
remedy In my life,"-H. Hain, ', /,/OU
-Hon. Alex. H Stepheps.
"Ioccassionally use, 'wheit my' condi-
tion requires It, Dr. Simimon,4'iver Regl.
ubttor, with f~oodeffect,"-tjon. Ales J1
St ph.n ..
aovermer of AladWmy.
"YourReielaor ha been in use In
my family for some time, and I am per.
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ily for the past s-venteen years. I can
safely recommend it to the world as the '
best medicine I have ever used for that
class of diseases it purports to cure."-
H. F.ThAi ,. ; .
President of City Bar k.
"Simmons'Liver Begulator has proved
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twenty years, and know it to be the bebt
Liver Regulator offered to the public "-
M. B. Lyon and H. L. Lyon Beltefontains
"I wa-4 cured by Simmons' Liver lRe-
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with" Chills and Fever."--R. f. Andu-
son -. *. ,.
TWOThe rgy.
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&Ahweh*, Pla.
Professional. '.
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as purgative mediclue.t--ZDr. J. W. i/i.
M. E. lorida Conference.
*"I have need Dr. Simmon%' Liver Reg-
ulator in my family for Dyspepsia and
8i-k leacdache, and regard it an inva
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Prtardet Ogk rpe Colegs.
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ly a speoc.fc for that class of complaints .
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When 'Simmons' Liver Regulator h-l
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To 1A able to develop tbe m
,. sources of the State of Florida it
is proposed to send a memorial to
the Cogress of the United States:
that all the lands, which belong
to the Pederal Goverument be
ceded to the Government of the
State od Florida for the purpose
of.enabling her to make su ch im.
proments as will cause immigra,
tioo from other States and other
countries to flow into our State
to, such an. tent As to enable us
t6 produce within our-territory all
the cane-sugar, molassesi tropical
and inter-tropical fruits, and ma-
ny of the spices, which are now
imported from other countries,
and for which we chiefly pay in
SIt said lands should be ceded to
the State of Florida it is proposed
that the State build a rail-
road from Live Oak southward to
the ,jmoq:ouvenient point on
Charlotte Harbor and Key Bis-
Coyne bay, with a branch road di-
verging to Tampa bay. Said
railroad would not only .facilitate
th xportation of our produce to
o& Stakes, but would be of the

greatest strategical value to our
common country in times of war.
Ir is farther proposed: that the
11state drain .Lake Okeechobee
and the Everglades to be abN
to ive, to civilizatiosran exten-
sIve area of the richest, and now
U- oelem and Valueless lands, for the
cultivation of spies and tropical
fruit. The low lands of the Neth
erhands prove that this can be
done. These lands were appro-
priated from the ocean for the
benefit of mankind.
The lands are to be sold by the
State as early as pow ible, and the
/Ioneys arising from these ales are
to be approiiiate4 for the perfor-
Imance of said works.
The Slate has further to ,e1tab-
lish four Industrial College, con-
sisting of not less than four thou-
sand acres of good land for each.
Two of which Colleges shall be
appropriated for the education of
ie himafs, and two for the education
i*of females. *
In thb Indnutrifa Fnll0ma for

Florida has no cause to feel
ashamed of her first effort towards
an exhibition of the products of
her "oil in the middle of winter.
It n true the xbibition w- not
gotten up ono gramd amd impoe-
ing a scale as similar exhibitions
are gotten up in older and richer
States, but this was not to be ex-
pected. It must be borne in mind
that Florida bas but recently en-
gaged in the production of tropi-
cal and semi-tropical fruits and is
new in the inauguration and man-
agement of Fain. The officers of
the association were crippled for
the want of means and it was im
possible to get the building in
readiness for the reception of the
articles at the appointed time.
This produced confusion and made
an awkward hawk in the proceed-
ings. The people, too, in many
section of the State, exhibited a
total want of interest in the mat-
tor and some counties were entire*
ly unrepresented either in fruits,
vegetables or stock. The display
of articles, therefore, was not a&
great as might have been, but the
exhibition of fruits and vegetables
alone, though in no great abun-
dance, was sufficiently large to
practically point out the place
Florida is to occupy in the sister
hood of States in the future. The
fruits were large, handsome and
sweet-flavored, and embraced near-
ly all that is grown in tropical
counties. The orange was tbe
chief fruit on exhibition, and was
superior in size and color to
oranges gro.vn in any other part
of the world. This, at least, was
the unsolicited verdict of all per-
sons present who claimed to be
familiar with this fruit in other
countries; and we have the au-
thority of the committee of epi-
cures that every orange on Fxhibi-
tion, except the tangerine and
bigarage, were of superior excel-
lence. The display of limes, lem-
ons, grape-fruits and shaddocks,
were also very fine. As regards
size, the vegetables on exhibition
would have done credit to any
.State in the Union. The cabbages
were the largest -we have ever seen.
The display of pot plants contain-
ed many rare and beautiful flowers.
The ladies were well represented
in the display of palmetto, scale,
and shell-work, feather flowers,
handsome quilts, and other useful,
and'ornamental articles. Marion '
county was well represented'both
in fruits and inventions and carried
off the second honors.
We have not the space this
week to mention+ all the articles
exhibited,' but winl continue the
subject in our next issue, when
we shall endeavor to bring to the
notice of the public several useful
inventions that escaped the atten-
tion of the eityv papers.
The following is a list of the
most important premiums award-
ed. It is impossible for us to pub-
lish the list in full:

Best display of Florida fruits, C3ol.
Maloney, of Key West, a silver tea set
worth $40.
,-econd best display of Flori 'a fruits,
James A. Harris, of Marion county+ a
silver ice pitcher worth $20.

Best display and. collection of citrus,
family, Col. F. L. Dancy, silver cup
worth $10.
second best display and collection of
citrus family, Col. H. L. Hart, goblet
worth $5.
Best collection and dL play of oranges,
G. C. Bradly, silver cup worth $10.
Surond best collection and display ot
oranges, S. W. Stewart, fruit knife worth
Best half bushels of native Florida
seedling oranges, Dr, Harrison, of Nas-
sau, silver cup worth $5.
Best twelve oranges, J. F. Baya, $5.
Best twelve lemons, 8. btringer, tea-
spoons, worth $5.
Best twelve shaddocks, Col. Maloney,
Key West, knife worth $2.
Best twelve limes, Col Maloney, Key
West, knife worth $2.
Best six pine apples, Col. Maloney, Key
West, silver cup, worth $10.
Best bunch bananas, Col. Maloney,
Key West, silver cup $10. -
Second best bunch bananas, A. L.
Eichelberger, spoons $5.
Best di-play of strawberries, James
Beatty-teaspoons $5.
Best dISlay o0 pomegranates, Col. Ma-
loney, Key West, knife $3.
Best display of dates, Col. Maloney,
Key West, knife $2.
Best display of Florida grown nuts,
Col. Maloney, Key West, nut crackers
Best display of oranges on the limb,
Mrs. S. Bryant $5.
Best single plate camelia, Mrs. M.
Bowes, a $3 vase..
" Best colelction semi-tropical plants,
Dr. G. W. Davis, a $3 vase.
Best collection of pot plants, Dr. G. W.
Dav's, a $10 vase.
Best collection native palmetto, A. J.
Bidwell, $10 spoon-holder. ,
Best collection of Florida grasses, Mrs.
D. S. Place, $10 table-spoons.
Best collection of geraniums. Mrs. 8.
Frrbanks, $3 vase.

NOTICE is hereby given that the fol
* D lowing descrilbed property as here-
inifter specifled will'lbe sold at public
auction on Mlonday, the
6TH DAY OF M A 'RCH 1876.
at Ocala, in the county of Marion, or so
inu,.h thereof as will be necessary to pay
the amount of taxes due said town for
the fiscal year ending July the first, 1876.
and duly assesed against said property,
together with the costs of sale and ad-
vrrtsing, the amounts as slpcified set
opposite to the several descriptions;
Altb rt Clark: 1 block; $2.59.
C.ttheart, T K; fr 10 acre lot; $4.31.
Dawkins. Wallace; 1 Houwe and lots I
and 4, block 35 0 8 ant] lot 9 S 8; $6.15.
Gibson, BIrc'h; 3 acre lot; $3.95.
L'EDg',e, E M: lot 3. block 27, lotls Iand
2, block 53; 5 10,
[,wi, William; lot 4 block 17. N 8 S;
Rogers, 8 St (uo; fr block 91 0 R, lots
3 and 4 block 15 N 8, block 79 0 S, blcks
6 and 74, N d $9.85.
Collector of Town Tube.

&T i sr ut Uo DanoL uu mllS 11 memr-+
orial will receive the support of
all the citizens of our State, and
that our petition will be granted
by the Federal Government, then
Florida will be able to replace
the import of tropical products
from Very near all parts of the
I 9-_
A Now Newspaper in Tampa.
Mr. C. N. Hawkins will publish
aud edit at Tampa a new weekly
prfl r to be called the Sunland
Triume. In its politics it will be
democratic, but it will be at the
,dame time mainly devoted to the
ditv-v'lorment of the resources of
uur co-untry, and we are certain
thLt the reading world will always
arid interesting topics discussed
in ihe sfmrue.
And Peter Papin petered out.
-Flm ida Union.
He 1h,s Punt& Rauaed.

Application for Leave to WelL
NOTICE is hereby given that Thirty
days after date I will apply unto
the Hon. Jesse H. Goss, Judge of the
Circuit Court in and for the Fifth Judi-
cial Circuit of Florida. at Ocaia, Fl )rid&,
for leave to sell certain lands belonging
unto the estate of S nBon HKCLVSTrON,
deceased, the same being in the connty
of Marion, State of Florida, and describ-
ed as follows, to. wit:
Southwest j and westI of southeast
of section 26, township 13. south of range
19 east; containing 240 acres, more or
less. ,
This February 26th, 1876. Im.n.

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UVRVIPAV, M, fc'014 ,876.
NO o m

8- H. RwcaARMx & Go., Publishers'
Awots, III. Bay.Street, Savannah. an anthorized to contract for advertts-
bg to our paper.

We call theattention of our readers
to the advertisement of a Railroad
meeting, which will be held at Ocala
'March 6, and it is expected
--- aten this, for
of our State, so

Mr. Morro Bejamin, the junior
member of the firm of Messrs Benja-
min Bros., left for New York and Bos-
ton last Wednesday morning, for the
puroe of laying in their Spring and
Summer stock of goods. Ladies look
4it for novelties.

General Jail Delivery.
On the night of the 27th ult., the
two prisoners wh,' were confined in
our county jail, made their exit, and
departed for unknown regions. Both
were colored men, and were commit.
Sfortrial on a charge of hog steal.

i We are requested to announce that
A meeting of the citizens of this place
will be held in the Court House to-day
for the purpose of making proper ar.
rngements for the reception of Colonel
Iobertson Topp and procuring a suita-
Me place for the delivery of his address.

oboe 8hop.
,,We are pleased to announce to the
public that Mr. H., Houston has open-
ed in connection with his tannery a
first class shoe shop- at the old stand
r J.B. Beli, south of the Ocala House.
He has a skilfull corps of workmen
employed and is ever ready to attend
to the wants of his customers. Give
him a call.
Giant Oranie Trees.
In Mr. Leonidas Vogt's orchard, a
few miles from Oeala, in Marion coun-
ty, are two, twenty-two year old orange
trees growing, which have the follow-
ing dimensions: both are 35 feet high,
the circumferences of the trunks, two
feet above the ground are, one 4 feet,
7 inches; the other 5 feet, 6 inches.
The branches form a circumference of
A1 feet. ,Oneach of these two trees
4we about 5000 ripe oranges. Such
9* orange trees Marion county puts
against the world ...

1alptlt Meeting.
lRev. W. N. Chandoin, District Sec-
",Mary for Florida, Georgia and Ala.

, bana, under the direction of the "Home
apd Indian Mission Board" of the
Southern Baptist Convention, has ar-
sanged to be with the Ocala Baptist
Church, D. V., on the 2nd Sunday in
March, to hold a meeting of several
4a in connection with the Rev. P. P.
Bishop, if the church and community
desire it Baptists of the county and
all others interested are invited to at-
C0l. Topp, of Memphis, Tenn., will
deliver an address to the people of this
county next Monday on the subject
of railroads and other important mat-
tern. Col. Topp is a tip-top speaker.
We heard Aim at Jacksonville and
considerr his speech worth all the
rest of our visit to that city. He spoke
for two hours and quit with cries of
"gro on," "go on," from every part of
the hall. His speech wdll be as ap-
plicable and as interesting to ladies as
to gentlemen and we hope to see many
*of thiem out. Arrangements will be
made for their accommodation. Those
"who fail to be in attendance will miss
an elegant, instructive and entertain.
ing address.


a. r iccYiold, iUUIIn, iUlsop otr IFOlrida,
do; G. F. Willis, Putnam, Conn; H. P.
Robinson, State Fair: Jno. F. Dunn, do;
Thomas Barco, Cotton Plant; H. W.
Long, do; A. A. Mowry, do; Mont At-
kinson, Crystal River; James Badger
Old Town; John M. Taylor, New York;
S. C. Shaw, Albany, Geo; Thomas Til-
den, New York; John B. Moon, Lake
Ware, E. R. Foster, Rhode Island; D.
C. Hull, Silver Spring; 0. Frank Rob-
inson, do; Thomas Rapp and family,
William Case, Toledo, Ohio; Miss M.
H. Moroney, Mass; George P. Hart
New York City; C. E. Breckinridge, do;
T. 0. Welch, New Jersey; R. K. Hines,
MaconGeo; R. Hobb, Albany, Geo.,

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As IZdepwndet Journal DM&*4t I
Inlova of 06 all*.
Uv= and let LrAie,-1 t -"olm
It has seemed to n for the past thtv
years that there Is a feld far sgccM#f
Journaitbm in this city mandate wUi
has only been partially cultivated, of
spasmodically occupied, and that tfo
time has now come for a more deterqyo,
ed effort In thu 4 direction The unoeu.
pied fleid alluded to is hat of independ-4
euL, houest l unbiased, and frank critt-
cism ul public men and public measures
in the interest of sount BOwHil, good
government, and a higher civillzation.
The page In the history of our state if-
iustrating Pepublicanita since rscop.
struction, is not one that we can dwell
upon with the hiehest niatiietlon; and-
it i not one thak.9lt* to the student In
the current podmp of tbe country,
the purest exmiplie of paitrotism or of
good murals In polities, or of sound
statesmanship. NeV Lerthtben, all that
has been wrong imactlun or in party pol.
icy, may have been partly the necessary
outgrowth of the stirrhig and exciting
'Limes just suceeding the war and of re-
construction, and also of the dividing
of parade on new and living hi.
sues. Without discussing the pan
too closely, or seeming to (riticle
its salient points too freely, it isaft
to assume that the tim., has now
come to "turn over a new leaf" In our
methods of .conducting politics and In
the selecting of public servants. If par-
ly politics in the past Reemed narrow and
bigoted, and our public servants in alt
the essentials that in well regulated Jomu
munitles are deemed indesLnsible. have
bet-n lamentably deficient, the occasion
no longer exists, for the State is rapidly
flling up with first class men--men who
do their own thinking and their own vo-
ting, and who will be satisfied only with
a State Government that shiall be hon-
estly and economically administered.
If the Republican party in this St'le
to-day is the synonym for honesty Had
ability, and for right party actift
and a liberal policy with regard to
nen and measures, then let it hencefo-
watrd be sustained; but if, on the contra-
ry. it is ruled by those whowcare not7 for
the public welfare, nor Republican tAif
umps,'but who mi rge all In personal'"ag.
grandisement -or individual suceesm
then let the new settlers, whose pros.
pWrity In their new hon.es depends so
much on good government and honest
public servants, unite with those who
think as thty do, of the older citizens, to
demand a recognition of the principle
that the btate 1- above party and the
people above all. Party triumph is
meaningless and wortli, s unless i
brings with it public good; andMln mere
success of individuals, irrespective of
public benefit, is not an object to call
forth the highest efforts of party men, or
of party organization; and it will not in
the future, for this would be. Just the op-
posite of the older and true idea of the
us"s of party.
It sees to ns now, .; before observ-
ed, that there is not only room and the
opportunity for an dependent newspa-
per in the State, but also a necessity for
one. This need in Florida Journalism
we propose to suTpply by the publication
in this city ofaTrl-Weekly and Weekly
newspaper, to be called "Tai FLOIDA .
Smj," the first number to be issued on
Saturday next (January 22d). It will he
printed on good paper, and made as at-
tractive as good workmanship careful
supervision, and lbrge experience caa
make it. It will be devoted to Fli.rida
matters especially, political, aaricutlrir-
al. and industrial, thereby furnishing a
medium of communication for -new set-
tiers and the old citizens of the State,
with friends in the North and West, and
the outside world generally.
. The SON will be devoted to the pecu-
liar interest of no one party, indbildual,
class, or section, but the friend of all who
labor to build up the State and, the na-
tion. to make men happier, more fimeili.
gent, more public spirited, and therefore
better citizens, and better united.
Without the wish or the purpose in the
least, to interfere with any other pnbli,
cation, may we not confldentiyappeal to
the reading portion ot oar Stalk to give
us their confidence and their patronage
in this new enterprise('
We hope to rake our paper so DMKB
of a neoessilty, and such a true exponent
of the progress and of the better feelings
of all good citizens, at this Centenntia
period In our history, that all subs~rib-
ers st the New 8outh, will not oly re-
new their subscription, but eommcad it
to their neighbors
The Weekly will be araooa tle larlgea
papers printed in tbe State, 216x40); and
the Tri-Weekly 22x39. Prlce of the
Weekly, S2.60 per year JB adlvance, or"
$1.5i0 for six months.
Tri Weekly (400 per year'in advsane,
or *8.SI for six months.
N. E. 8AWrBB.
Jacksonville, Fla., Jan., 18, 1876.

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BY virtue of sundry executions issued
outof the Circuit and Justice courts
of Marion county, State of Florida, and
to me directed, I have this day levied
upon and will offer for public sale before
the Court House door in the town of
Ocala, on the first Monday In March. A.
D. 1876, to the highest bidder for cash,
the following described property, to-wit:
Lots one and two of section 19, town
ship 12, range 21, and northeast quarter
and west half of southeast quarter of sec-
tion 28, township 12. range 21, and east
half of northwest quarter of section 34,
township 12, range 22, and southern cor-
ner if section 24, township 12, range 21
east; cottaing 420 acres more or less.
Leived upon as the property of John
0. Mattthews to satisfy the Attorney's
Fees and Costs in the above executions.
This 5Lh day of February. A. D: 1876.
eb5--td. sheriff.

By virtue of a final decree of foreclo
sure of mortgage, issued out of twe
Circuit Court of Marion county 5th Ju-
dical Circuit of Florida, wherein Joseph
B. Enocks is plaintiff, and De Grasse P.
Mulford is defendant, I have this day lev-
ied upon and will offer for le before the
Court House door In tho town of Ocala.
on thie 1st Monday the 6th day of March,
A. D. 1876. to the highest bidder, for
cash. the following described property,
to wit: The undivided one hilf interest,
of the S W j of N E I and S E j of N 9 j
of See. 3l.and NWjand Nlol'S WV of
S,e 32, T 1,. Range 24, South and East.
containing 328 acres, more or less, Lev-
ied upon 1o satisfy the above decree, this
29thday ofJanuiary. A D. 1876.

Church decorum, we would like to add Cut this Out.
that it is high time that those immense rr NAY SAVE YOOU LIFE.
boxes of sand, that dot the floor at in- There is no person living but what
tervals hbe removed. suffers more or less with Lung Diseases,
Coughs, Colds or Consumption, yet some
Surely the little time we are in would die rather than pay 75 cents for a
God's house we might abstain from bottle of medicine that would cure them.
the we of tobaco, thed there would Dr. A. losc0tn'S GKnMAN SYRur has
be Do soIfty for these ornaments. lately been introduced in this country
Let us not be behind other eommuni- from Germany, and its wonderous cures
t. Cretsa blic sentii astonishes every one that try it. It you
ties. Create a public sentiment against doubt what we say in print, cut this oat
the evils mentioned, and thus in time and take it to your Druggists, Messrs.
banish them. Tranthan'& Re Idick, and get a sample
*04 bottle far 10 ceqs and try it. Two do-
T m a. .d o Mr ses will relieve'ybu. Regular size 75 cents.
The Merdhan and Farmr of Marl- ,.
on, S. C., says: Sea Foam for light bread and cakes is
"The editor of THE EAsT FLORIDA the surest preventive of a wur Auband.
BANNR, published at Ocala, should Hillyer has it
have the sympathy ot the entire com- "*
munity, inasmuch as a series of acci- Fire !!1
den s unknown to outsiders have be. A destructive fire occurred at Ninety.
fallen him, and which we give below Six.S C.. December 21st, by which, four
in a condensed form: He (the editor) stores valued at $20.000 were burned.
was attacked with a spell of sickness, The further spread ofthe conflagration,
the junior typo had a horse to fall on with probable destruction of the whole
him, which displaced his ankle, the town and loss several hundred thou-
roller boy shot himself in the abdomen sand dollars worth of property, and
by the careless handling of a pistol, the ^mny lives, was prevented by thearrival
prpssman and senior compositor was of a Great American Fire Extinguisher,
the next to give way under an attack of an Agent happening to come in town at
pneumonia, and the fastest typo quit the nick of time. For ulil particulars,
him in the midst of his perplexities. Be- see the Abbeville Medium and Newberry
sides, in trying to do the work himself, /erald of the following week.
he melted the roller, pied the form, Mr. P. P. Toale of Charleston, S. C.,.is
and got things mixed up generally, as the General Stuthern Agent for the Great
was fully demonstrated in the issue American Fire Extinguisher, and will
which he asks his readers to bear with answer all Inquiries in regard to the
him for all shortcomings. So muchsam. a lw s e y
for being an editor. We advise all who study economy In
Yes, so much for being an editor in thl- household and whio appreciate good
Florida. We suppose our brother of theicoffee to trvythe extra Rio, fresh raosted
rid. We s u b e of e I just received by V.Hillyepr& Co. There
Merchant and Farmer does not meet is a great saving over gieen coffee at
with so many "hair breadth escapes and their prices.
moving accidents by flood and fieldI." --- .- --
from the looks of his paper which is HOTEL ARRIVALS.
quite a creditable little sheet. OCALA HOUSE-E. J. HARRIS, Proprietor.
We feel grateful for the sympathy Week ending March 3rd, 1876.
manifested and when the Merchant Rev. Dr. E. H. Canfield, Vermont;
and Farmer's pressman shoots himself Rev. Thomas D. Pills, Steubenville, 0;
with the roller we will reciprocate. Rev. F. Pasco, Jacksonville; Rt. Rev.

Teryftire of tbe W-t~bw for
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Tirmlay, "$4. m. 80. 6.

WHKEnAS, by an order made and
filed by the Hon. Win. R. Hill.t r, Judze
of Probate for Marion coumy, Florida,
<,n the 3rd day of January, A. D, 1876,
Mary R Dickson, Administratrix of the
estate of Henry W. Dicksxn. late of said
county de eased, was removed and her
letters of administration revoked, ;and,
Whereas, on the 18th day of January,
A D.. 1876, 1, F. N. Foy, of sa id county
and State, was duly appiInted by baid
.ludae Administrator de bonii non, and
Whereas. on or about tne 281ih day or
March, A. D., 1870, ald Mary R. Dick
son. Administratrix a aforesaid, filed a
written Sugge-tion (of Insolvency 4 f said
estate according to law in said'Probate
Court, now this is to notify all person-
having demands against said estate to
file them without delay, duly authenti-
cated according to law.
F. N. FOY,
Administrator da benis mm.
Jan. 22id, 1876.

By virtue of a decree of foreclosure of
mortgage issued outof the Circuit courtt
for the 5th Judicial Circuit of Florida,
and to me directed, k hav,.- levied upon
and will offer for public sale on the first
Monday in March, the 6th day, A. D.
1876, before the Covirt House doo-r In the
town of Ocala, Florida, to the hWLent
bidder, for cah, the following described
property, to-wit:
The sout;,eaAt quarter of section 20
and the southwest quarter of section 21
township 14, range 20 east, COULainiig
about 320 acres, more or less.
Levied upon to satisfy the said decree
wherein John A. Ferguson. as Adminis-
trator of the estate of Neil Ferguson, de-
ceased, is Plaintiff and James T. Phillip,
and Pauline Phillips, his wife, are De-
fendants. W. J. McWUtATH,
jan29-td. Sheriff.

Ten years ago Messrs. Geo. P. Rowell
A Co estAblished their advertising agen-
cy in New York City. Five years ago
they absorbed the husines.-t condnc ed by
Mr. John Hooper, who was the first to
go into this kind of enterprise. Now
they have the satisfaction of contorling
the most extensive and complete adver
rising connection which has ever beii
secured and oue which would be hardly
pos-ible In any other country but
this. They have succeeded in working
down a complex business into so thor-
ousfhly a systematic mi thod that n.
charge in the newspaper system of Amer-
ica can escape notice, while the widest in-
forin.Lton upo)n all topics intere-tinm to
advertisers is plalcd at the disposal of the
June 14 1875. febl8-lm

A Yres of Your Own

Sheriff's Sale.

By virtue of an execution issued out the estate o0 the late 4F.NRt W. |)ICKSON
of the County Court of Marion county, to turn over the same to me without de-
Florida, and to me directed, wherein lay. I having lheen duly appointed by Ihe
Benjamin Wyman is Plaintiff and W. J. Honorable Co irt of Probate Adminis
M. Griner, Administrator of the estateof trator de bonis non of said estate other
Martin Griner deceased, is D.ifendant, I wise they will be proceeded against ac.
have levie I upon and will offer lor sale cording to law.
before the Court House door in the town F. N. FOY,
of Ocala. on the first Monday in Febri- A Iministrator de boni, noi.
ary, A. D., 1876. beLween the h.sal hours Jan. 22nd. la76.
of sale, to the highest bidder for cash, the
following describe.-I property, to wit: 1TOTICE OF FINAL DISMISSAL.
S J of section 19, and n of section 30. --
and selof neiand w of ne Jand n Six months after the first publication
i of s eiandswiof setaand neof of this notice, I will present my accounts
s w J of section 20, and s w J of n w J aid vouchers as Executor of the La-t
and n w I of s w i of section 21, all in will and testament .)f PAUL McCo'R-
township 14. range 22; also, the e i of s e M ICK. deceased, to the honorable Judge
I ofsection 24.'and thete ot n e t ol sec- or the County Court for Marion county,
tion 25, and s e I of section 1. and n i of Florida, ard ask for a final discharge
n e J of section 12, township 14, range from tLe said estate.
21; also, the w J of s w I ot section 6, THOS. C. ELLIS,
township 14, range 22 east; 1,392 acres, Executor.
more or less, This Dec. 14th, 1875.
Levied upon to satisfy the above exe-I decl8-6m.
cution. W. J. McGRATH,
Sheriff Marion co., Fla. For P'alatka and Silver Spring!

The Beut Remedy for Hard Timea
Bel; and Ch eapest Ralroad Land
Union Paciffe Railroad.
S ECURE A HO IE NOW. Full infor-
.mation sent free to all part of the
world. Address 0. F. DAVIS. Laul
Commissioner U. P. R. R., Omaha, Neb.

Council Proceedingn.
OCALA, FLA., Mirch 1st, 1876.
At a regular meeting of the Town
Oluncil held this day, the Pre.ident oc-
cupied the chair. Absent. AMl. Harris,
Ferguson, Reynolds and Murphy.
The minutes of tu.e last meeting were
read and approved.
Ald..Benjamin of the Financial Com.
reported unfavorable on the hill of V.
Hillyer & Co. On motion the report
was recei ed.
Aid. Dunn madesa motion, seconded by
Aid Smith, that tne hill be paid; carried.
Aid. Smith of the Street Com. made
suggestion In writing to have another
public well dug at th,. N. W. corner of
the square, and have four lamps, one at
each corner of the square; received as a
comm unication.
The hill of the City Marshal for one
months salary of $16.65 was ordered to
be palIl.
A bill of Benjsmln Bros., for $7 for a
scrip-book was oraere.1 to be paid.
A communical.on was read from the
Public Fence Com.; received, recom-
mending the payment of $65 to W. P.
Trantham, and a ball Lnce due to Rey-
nolds and Tyle- for $21.50
Aid. Benjamin moved to pay the bill
of W. P. Trantham, carried; also the hill
of Reynolds and Tyler. provided they
put the gates In proper order.
Aid. Dunn amended by removing the
restriction; the amendment was carried,
the bill pissed and the amount ordered
to be payed.
Aid. Benjamin moved to appoint a
com.. of three to have the public fence
repaired; carried, the com. consisting of
Aids. Benjamin, Harris and Davis.
Alid. Smith moved the meetings of this
Council to be held on first and third
Wednesday of every month at 4 o'clock
p. In. until otherwise ordered; carried.
A petition was read from the citizens
on the west3lde of the town to have the
bridge over the branch repaired; referred
to the street com., with power to do so.
Aid. Davis moved to adjourn; carried.
Madame Foy's Corset and Skirt Suppor-
tercombin ed. Wo-nan's greatest blessing
at Hillyer's. Call and examine them.

Gratuitous Advice.
This species of advice is not always ac-
ceptable, but doubtless in many Instan-
ces much benefit would be derived were
it promptly acted upon. No section of
the country is exempted from disease and
many regions has its "ilia that flesh is
heir to." To know the best m-ans of
combating this common enemy, with the
least Injury to our pockets and tastes, is
certainly a great advantage. At this sea-
son we murt expect Torpid Liver, con-
gested spleen, vitiated bile and inactive
bowels; and all prudent person; should
supply themselves with TuT''s LIvER
PILLS, which will stimulate the liver, re-
lieve the engorged spleen, determine a
healthy flow of bile, thus regulating the
bowels and causing all unhealthy secre-
tions to pass off in a natural manner.
Remember that "an ounce of prevent e
is worth more than a pound of cure."
A fine assortment of cheap furniture at
Hiliyer's. Fill your homes with com-
forts and make them attractive to your

IN the active pursuit oi pleasure or
gain, the inestimable blessing of health
is too often forgotten until disease is
firmly seated, and the fact onl y realized
by great bodily and mental suffering.
The Liver is the vulnerable point in most
persons, and the disarrangement of the
organ involves almost the whole system;
hence the reason why under Liver d disease
there is enumerated such ( number of
affictions, and we claim the Simmon's
Liver Regulator to be a remedy for them

No Housekeeper or Laundress should
be without a zinc-faced wash board.
They save their eost many tlroes-over in
the wear o{ the clothes. You will find,
vW a ry etoap at HI&Tnn's.


WEI leave Pal.itka every Thursday
evening, after arrival of the Charleston
steamer, and arrive at Silver Spring
every Saturday morning.
Will leave Silver Spring every Satnr
day at 12 o'clock, and arrive at Palatka
every Sundgy morning.
Polite attention shown to all passen-
gers. oct9.I y.

The above sale is postponed until
Monday, the 6th day of .March, A. D. 1876,
and will be sold at the risk of the
purchaser. W J. McGRATH.
febl2td. Sheriff M:lriou county.

Sheriff's Sale.
BT virtue of the authority vested in
me by a Decree or Judgment of Fore-
closure and sale rendered the 30th day of
March, A. D., 1872, in a cause pending
in the Circuit Court of twheth Judicial
Circuit of Florida. in and for the county
of Marion, wherein S-imuel A. Swann,
Trustee, was a Complainant, and the
Florida Railroad Company is Defendant.
I will offer for sale and sell at public
outcry, in front of the Court House door
in the town of Ocala, county and State
aforesaid, on the first Monday in Febru-
ary, A. D., 1876, being the seventh day of
said month, the roadway, depots, Pta-
tions, franchises and equipments, and
all the right title, interest, possession or
equity of redemption of the said Defend-
ants of, in, or to the roadway, depots,
stations, franchises and equipment, an I
all other rights and interest thereto be-
longing between Waldlo, (the Cedar Keys
junction,) and southward in the direc-
tion of Tampa Bay and known a< the
Southern Section of the Florida Rail-
road, or so much thereof as is necessary
for the payment of the outstanding Boucs
principal and interest, issued by the
Florida Railroad Company, and to secure
which said Trust Deed, or Mortgage, was
executed. W. J. McGRATH,
Sheriff Marion co., Fla.
The above sale is postponed until
Monday, the 6th'd(lay of March, A. D.
1876. W. J. McGRATH,
feb5td Sheriff Marion county.

Winter Scbedule of the


Steam Packet Co.


Will leave Charleston every Tuesday
evening and Savannah every Wednesday,
for Fernandina, Jacksonville, Palatka
and all intermediate landings on te bL
Johns river.
Will leave Palatka every Thursday even-
Ing, Jacksonville every Friday to suit
the tide, Fernandina same day, arriving
at Savannah and Charleston every Sat-
CktmArx Lzo VoOmB,
Will leave Charleston every Saturday,
Savannah every Sunday afternoon, for
Fernandina. Jacksonville, Palatka and
intermediate landings.
Wll leave Palatka every Tuesday even-
ing. Jacksonville every Wednesday morn.
ins, to suit the tide, Fernandina same
(lay, arriving at Charleston and Savan-
nah every Thursday.
The above steamers make close con
nection with New York steamships.
Through tickets and through hills ol
lading given to Baltimore, Philadelphia,
New York and other places by both
The-e steamers connect with the Flori.
da R. R. at P'ernandina,J..,P. & M R R.
ai Jacksonville. St. Johns R. R. for rt.
Augustine at Tocoi, with steamers %t
Palatka for %Mellonville. Enterprise atd
the upper St Johns. Also with steam-
eor for the Ocklawaha river.
RAVEN EL & Co., Charleston.
JEFFREYS, Buo. & SoN, Fernandina.
JEFFREYS & BRO., Jacksonville-
R. J. ADAMS, Palatka.
C. H. BOHN, St. Augustine.

in Circuit Court, 5th Judicial Circuit
of Florida, Marion county.
Bill for Instruction and Relief.
C., his wife,
Elizabeth A. Higzins, Calvin C. Higgins,
Charlotte Lipford. Al~red W. Higgino,
James Smith, and Susan M., his wife;
Frances W. Higgins and Elizabeth A.
Due proof havit. been made that the
said derendants, Elizabeth A. Higgins,
Calvin C. Higgins, Charlotte Liplord,
Alfred W. Higgins, -lames Smith, and
Susan M.. his wile; Frances W. Higgins
and Elizabeth A. Higgins reside out of
the State of Florida, but within the lim-
its of the United States, so that ordinary
process cannot oe ser ed upon them;
IL is Ordered, That the said Defendants
appear and answer the said bill on or
before the Rule Day ol July, A. D, 1876,
to wit: The the 3rd day of July, A. D.,
1876, otherwise said bill will be taken pro
It is further ordered that this notice be
published in the East Florida Banner fur
the space of four months.
Clerk. Court, Marion co., Fla.
Compl'ta Solicitors.
febl9 -4m.

All persons having demands against
the estate of BENJAMIN F. PRIEST,
late of Marion county, Florida, deceased,
are hereby notified to present the same to
either the undersigned or her Attorney,
Col. S. M. G. Gary, duly authenticated
within the time prescribed by law, or the
same will be barred payment. All 'per
sons indebted to said estate are requested
to make payment to the undersigned, or
said Attorney.

It yes wis to grow Vqpub fU tr s"
Ga-denimg for Proft I
if Iyon inwn~tbeB DMmtemwlorK

Prmctical Foi'culuMe
U yr wtM to O"rd- ft Ae Mmor
for HR~ env., to"
Gardening for Pleasurel

Peter Hendoeonw .
Price $1.GO eh, poet-paiql, by ifail.
Our Coomblod CatalogM uor 1 MW

Sent Free to all Appli wtdo
Our IrNTO Mutrted Catawloe" oa Jw&
8ad Pltab, numbering 15T pe *and coo-
tainin Icolored pltsta, ert wlbmt ebhwg
to Parcsefrn or any of tid obo ttbres
bnook. Bent to all 6tban on reipte4 1I
Am &WwA jdnj


Boots and Shoes Imported and

Having connected a Bootjmc

and Shoe Store, and Har-yB1
.ness Manufactory with my
'Tannery in Ocala, and employed killedd
workmen to carry on the same, I am pre-
pared wo supply the citizens of this coun-
ty with anything in the leather line.
Boots and shoes of all grades and styles
for Ladies, Gentlemen, Boys and Misses
promptly made. and
A Perfect Fit Guaranteed
in all cases. Fine and course work
alwayslon hand. Leather of all kinds
kept in store and sold !n large or small
&c., &c., &c.,
Kept in store or manufactured to order.
Come and examine my stock before pur-
chasing elsewhere or ordering your goods
from abroad. You will find my store at
the sign of
just one door south of the Ocala House.
febl9.tf. 11. HOUSTON.



.: .,[Communicated.
im~naces at Church.

The quite and deconrm of the sanct-
uary was greatly disturbed last Sab-
bath at the Methodist Church by a
dog fight. Of course the service was
interrupted and the equanimity of the
congregation rudely intruded upon by
the fierce growls and barks of the ca-
nines, and the characteristic grunts of
in, unfortunate hog that chanced to be
near enough to join in the fray. The
question naturally arises, "Why do
people bring dogs to. Church?" Surely
not for the benefit of the owners, un-
' .M-they take a pleasure in scenes like
the*0boveineo.does any good result to
thed The moat sensible thing
(h iie saiihem atbowe.
wte. am on tBhe V~wbf of

The market price will be paid by
jan29.tf. V. HILLYER &CO.

rOR OxLz F S.s.9
The Detroit. wbich'an,

and the -- ..

East Florida Banner
Will be sent to any address ia tO UUn-
ited States.
All papers quote from -te KSRI
PRSS., the liveliest of familix ewspa.
pers, full of intereating.newsliterature,
humorous skecthes,spicy prfjnth% ..
Subscribeo at omm. ..-

We know Hilyer keeps the best Gilt
Zdged Goshen Butter and sells it very



TALLAHAsSEE, Jantary 4th, 1876.
B' authority of the Trustees of the In.
ternal Improvement Fund, I have
established an office In Jacksonville for
the sale of lands belonging to Mid fond
lying Est of Range 15 E., and I have
app tinted Marcellus A Willianms Knd
Hugh A. Corlev agents to sell !a'1 lands,
Commissioner and Salesman.
Office for the Sale of Lind&
AN office in Jacksonville for the sale
of all State lands lying East of Range
15 E., having been established by the
Hon. Dennis Eagan, Commissiuner, un
der authority from the Trustees of the
Internal Inm,=vement Fund. and Mar-
cellus A. Vtllams and Hugh A. Corley
having been appoluted agents to sell
Notice 4 hereby given that the under-
siged are now prepared to receive ap-
plication for any of said lands within
said limits and to make sales thereof.
Our office is in No 2 Patlmetto Blocs, up
jan29-tf. A gents.

Lcal Department.

8S HEREBY GIVEN to all persons
who have in their pos-esvsin property
of any kind whatso- ver helonzing uito

$77 A WEEK guaranteed to Male
]p/ Uand Female Agents in their lo-
icality. Terms and Outfit.Free.
i | Address P. O. VICKERY& Co.,
HAugusta, Me. febl9 1m.

The Death Bed of Andrew Johnson, Rob't
Lee I ad the Lost Cause.
Three Magnificent En.rravings just
published on heavy pl:tte paper. 14x18.
They touchingly portray the last mo-
ments of the great Statesman and Soldier
with families and friends sorrowfully
grouped around them It i-& a gem of
art, beawitifu; 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. a id two graves with rude crosses
on which some friendly hand haq 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
ceuts each. Agents wanted everywhere
to sell these and o-her popular pictures.
Terms sent when sample copy is ordered.
Address F. M. HILL & CO., Dealers in
Bo,,ks, Pictures, etc., NashvUle Tenn.
dee18 Im.


In tomplience with the request of many
citizens of Florida. Col ROBERTSON TOPP
of Tennessee will address the citizens of
Florida :it the following times and places
on the subject of a grand Central Rail-
road, from North to South, through
Florida, with br inches to Tampa, Char-
loite Harbor. Key Biscayne Bay, to-wit;
At Ocala, MAnday, March 6th; Lees-
burg, Wedne.day, March 8th; Brooks-
ville, Fr-day, ',larch 10th; Bartow, Mon-
day, March 13lh; Charlotte Harbor, Mon.
day, March 20tn; Tampa, Thursday
March 23.
The citizens of the different counties,
! male and female, are requested to- turn
out en. ae and give Col. ToPP a cordial,
reception. They will find Col. ToPP an
able debater and thoroughly ported on the
question be will discuss.








Will leave Jacksonville !or Silver
SpringLakes Griffin, Austis, Harris aad
Okahumkee, every Thursday 8 a, Sa
Palatka Thursday night after arrive.
of steamers efty Point or Dictator.
Will leave Silver Spring every Satur
day morning at 10 o'clock, arriving at
Palatka Sunday morning and at Jack-
sonville Sunday night.
B. L. HART, Pro'pr Palatka, Fla.
P. J. ADAMS, Agent.

Cm-T. 0. D. TATLOR,
Will leave Palatka every Monday and
Thursday evenings. after the arrival of
Charleston and Savannah steamers.
Will leave 511ver Spring every Sunday
and Wednesday mornings at 10 o'clock.
Connection made at Silver Spring With
stages for Ocala and Leesburg.
decll-tf. Proprietor.

U Cortlandt Street,

"crW roimr.

Dealers. Agents, Trunk and Box-makers,
Newspaper Publishers and Tea Stores,
will find a complete supply. Our new
and brilliant specialties are unequalled.
Our 9411 mounted chromos outsell any-
thing in the market. Twelve ammples
for $1.00; one hundre.i for $6.00. lus.
treated catalogue free. J. LATHAM &
Co., 419 Washington St. Botoa, Mas.
P. 0: Box ,IJ& declfSt.


Half- Price.
For information, address
GEO. P. ROWELL & Co., 41 Park Row,
New York.

I ---9--~CU~-L

It mwires no Instrctions to r it. It oa not get ou t of orw.
It willle-eovery class and kind of vork. t
It Will sow from Tissue Paper to 8aiss i aiger.
It sla as far In advance of other Sewing Machines in the mxanitae ef
Its superior.1mprovements, as a Steam ar excelles in achievements
the ol fuahloned. Stag o Coach,
PrIce made to Bsuit the Timosa,
Either for Cash or Credit. .
A Send for oustlnartet Catalogue of
,=, ~ ms=.a }*I AGENTS WANTED.
Address. W1LSON SEWINa MAOHItE 00.,
B7SLA XD OIO, oSZOAK, I.I NW 10K, v. ,
1EW 02L2EANS, LA., ST. L0'7IS, MO.

MacDonald's New Story!

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:T FLoMDA INTEIOR No 13 400 acres 10 miles
north of Ocala, on Ocala and Gainlsville
L a II, d A gWC y, Stage road. -50 acres hammock, balance
first-class pine land, 100 acres cleared
o i Oeals, Florida. and under cu'tivatlon. Dwelling and
outbuildings all in good repair. Store
: --* -- house and post office kept at the store.
S. A splendidly locality for merchaindLsing.
Oi.,.C In NOBRTH EiaD OCALA fHorsR. 30 sweet, orange trees, some bearing, a
number of peachbnnana anlJ other fruit
S... -- -" trees bearing. Well watered by-branchb
and small latkes. Price $2,500; one hall
Urg trwfi or land, Improved and uan down, balance on thne. Titles (ood.
lAproved, In every part of the interir I r ..t
tclonb 6f the State. Parties wishirg, No. 14.-1,277 acres 5 miles
west of Micanopy, 7 miles from ,lorlida
winter Itethdences, Railroad, In.Alachua county. 250 acres
hammock, balance pine and mixed land,
or a all improvede. Price $2,500 cash. Ti-
.- or a ties good.
Vhaw ior. Gardening, No. 15.2-750 acres 1 mile from
'", +'^n ;PFlemlngton, Mareon county. 60 acres
or.land0 suitable for hammock balance pine lai*2$50 acres
gA W f T Pa L *r1- cleared. Price $,000cash. rilea good.
RANGE TURE No. 16.-400acres between Mic-
or largepjlantatlon for sugar or cotton anopy and Orange Lake, Marlon county,
grrwlngwill fandthe thiug they want by known as Judge Means "Home Place."
calling at ouroffice, and as we are paying Fir.t-claits Innds, divided 'nto lots of 20
particular attention to this business, acres each. Price $20 per acre; part cash.
Titles good.
SBETTER TERMS No. 17.-A half interest iu 32
Se g A acres in what is known as Prefly orange
may be procured through our Agency roveou Orange Lake, 10 acres of which
tWitln guy other way. I is a bearing sweet gr^ve, 10 acres snore
iartlcs wlshing to c illivate the s8l budded with sweet buds, balance unim-
.lipld remember that in Florida T.e proved wild orange grove. Price o" en-
growing season Wta TEs MOUTUS, plant tire Interest $12,000 cash. Titles good.
Ing commencing In February, and that r,
vegetables and 0 No. 18.-640 acres, six miles
sputh of Ocala. 800 acres fathimmock bal-.
S OF TUOPICOAL FRUIT anfe first'clis ii;ue land, 800acres clear-
ed and about 150 acres In cultivation.
can be put lito the New Y0rk market has a number of sour and sweet orange
from four to five weeks earlier than from trees growing on the place, a good corn
-aty other section of the country. Man 7 fortable dwelling and suitable out.build-
vegetables may be produced all the year wings, all In good repair. Has a good well
round, and in no country in the world of water and iwo splendld'pprings. Price
will the .Boll repay the husbandman as $4000 pish. Titles good.
IN otR PEWINSLA, No. 19.--560 acres, situated in
IK O8 PENINSULA, IHernando county, in the Annuttallga
hammock, about 8 miles from Brooks-
and the means of transporting those pro- ville. hammock o 8k, well timbered and
duicts to market are UNICQUALED. first class land, 20 acres cl eared 40 s% %et
he Climate la iSte most Delifht- orange and lemon trees growing on the
place, all bearing. Place well watered.
ful oin the Contitlent, Price $5 per acre, part cash balance on
suitable time.
and in no part ofthe Union can as great .Also 320 acres situatt-d in Annuttaliga
an average of health be obtained. hammock, 5 miles Irom Brooksville, in
The great variety of products o, Hernando county, all hammock, unim-
boundless field for enterprise a ,*. proved. Has some wild orante trees
A. EL ,w .. .ihlr owing on it. Price $3 per acre. part
SA SURE" GUARD A^ash, balance on timc. Titles niall g 'od.
Good nflt i...No. 20.-280 acres near Brooks-
K c '*.-ille, in Hernando county. 120 a,.ros
jf M -'.,|3" hammock, balance pine land, 100 acres
f ? j. cleared and under cultivation. 24 heafr-
::lStates can lg sweet orange tiers, I acre of sinall
/^' ^. ^^ ^ ,y'^ ~ orange trees, 3 large senppernong grape
^+MOV+ ilL-'Perfect Safety. vines, a number of peach and other fruit
lsS S" .......... trees, all bearing. Comfortabledtrellin-,
O .WI F. TDUNN & CO.. "with 6 room, awllsuitabhlout-buildines.
l- P ..............a. ns school hou.e, ,lin house, sugar mill,
Real Estate Agents. corn mill andt futures, all in good tcpair.
--* *--Well watered by a beautiful lake Iu front
,of dwelling. Price $11,000 ca,0h. citiess
The following lands are offered for sale goo.i.
through this Agvncy: go.
No. 1.-680 acres 10 miles west thetow o e21.-2n- 0 acres 3 nad k
the;^ S; town ofOcl. 0acesNnioir
of Ocala, in Marlon county. 260 acres balance pine and mixed land. 60 acres
hammock, 480 acres pine land, 150 acres cleared. 100 orantre tree-, a number of
cleared. Land well watered by two peach, plum and other fruit trces. A fine
#mall lakes, has a few large orange und welling with 8 rooms, each 18x20 feet,
apple trees. Price $3800. $1000 down, piazy.za above n.ud below, all suitable out-
balance any length thne desired with 10 buildings In excellent condition. Water-
per cent. interest. Warriantee titles. ed by spring aud well wattr Price
No. 2.-760 acres 4 miles sotllh $,000, hall cash, balance on suitable
of Flemington, in Marion county. 125 time. Thiles good..
ares hammock. 035 acres pine land, 150 No. 22 -6 73-100 acres in the
acB cleared. Land well watered by a town of Ocala. 200 orange trtee and a
Beautiful running branch and several number of other fruit tr.es. Splenldid
small lakes. Price $5,000, one halfdowu. dwelling house with 5 roomna handsomely
balance on suitable time. Warrantee furnished abd suitable out-buildings, all
titles. in good coalition. Price $2500, $1,000
No. 3.-320 acres 12 miles west cash, balance on suitable lime. Titles
of Ocala, on Ocala and Archer station good.
road, In Marion county. 90 acres ham- No. 23.-One corner lot 52x100
mock, 280 acres pine land, 125 acres clear feet adjoining Post office In the town of
ed and under cultivation. Has a two- Ocala, and one central business lot in
story dwelling with six rooms, open pi- said town, unimproved. Price $900 cash.
dzza, two brick chimneys, all outbuild- Titles good.
Ings, &c., complete. Place well watered, No. 24.-One store honse and
good cistern and two small lakes on the central business portion of ,lie
)and. 20 bearitigsweet orange trees, and town 97. Ocala, ve ry desirabloe b siness
400 ,sw seedlings 1 and 2 years old,W5 lo-lty., h al a sh, sa--h
beating. Price $5,400, one half down, t
banlace on time. Wart'aitee titles. T .... +r HII .
y .lB 4'-240 aces10 miles ^1 no ttt Prn F l
^glof .Ocala, in Marion county. 150
.ar. Wateredry a sa e PUBLISBED EVERY. WEDNESDAY
... 00 cash. Titles good. at
II 5:-.-640 acres hammock and W.mvs go, N. c.
"-W .and and mixed land, 4 miles north v .
ot.fOr.ala, in Marion county, situated on Only One Dollar Per 'ear.
the Waldo and Ocala Rail road. 50 acres .
c-leai, 80 acres isnder cultivation, 100 Bright, cherirul, progressive, always
orangetrees, Eiome bearing, a few peach, up to the adrancine thoughts of the
lemn a.nd banana treesallbearnog. Three times, the lIERALD tak, s ranks with the
hefenicists on the land dwellings and .leading Journals of the day. It is on the
outbydldings all complete. Watered by side of Christianity.
gdbd wells and smal! lakes. Price $5 per The H-RALD i, devoted to the family
acre, one third -down, balance one and circle. It contains original and select-
.iaa~nsali Ulsufnn-ed stories, wit, hnmor; ecu.. Everyvlaro-
.k+~q.4e.T-s .gnum- oiewunl l
. i-' re i^ ^ *"% g^ ...... +^ iLv in the land shou hld subscrib e for it.
...' i ]ts low p.+ice (only one dolta-r) lilIncpd it
f. g acres in section within the reach of the poorest in the
aH^irlon0 co .land. We pay all postage.

~The Polkton (N. C.) Ansonisn says:
Ssectio ', The HIRALD is one of the neatest papers
arioli cou y, in the State.
l9 q 1 pineand x The concord (N C.) Reaister says:
d,50 acreHas Ra1`,1 1r- 'We1
g d,0"' aa.*We.congratulate our friends o'f he
6 trees. Watedya small-. Ie. Wadesboro HERALD upon the flne ap-
'rice$1000, half down, balance on t e. pearance of their. paper.
Titles gpo. The Piedmoqa. C.) Press says: The
SNo. 8.-80 acres on Mill Crk, HEALD is a sprightly-sheetll o ns
'" ~~~ ~V 9 DI a s r~ h y-&heel, Pull of ne%%
*ncar Iola, 1/' miles from Ocklawahliar.v- and other interesting reading matter.
.er, in Mitron county. -All mixed Jlaid, TheHuRALD is a First Clas-1 Family
isuitab!c for orange and other tropciil Paper Havitine some of the ablest writers
'.'-fruits. Has a bold creek running thrai.b in Nol th Carolina attached to its staff.
2 th 4etraabequ.ilfnil mill seat. Pric $5 Thcre is enough humorous reading in it
c" _a4er acre? Titles .good.- Ai to make one laugh for a week,-eaough
I .-1-20 acrps in OiTfhtm- to keep you jully till the next comes
---42. acres in hntm- Rockmnart (Ga) News.
lmo:1el, in Levy county, situated onJhec
Kltrida R4,i,'oatl, 18 uilofs cast of. C-ar Book Agent
Keys. All, hammock, 10 acre cleed. Book Agents
MTienteIe lanrMorgireining fruit glow and Good Salesmen
fnsg, &c. .Price $80) cash. Titles 0d. Arc "COINING MONEY" with the famous
S No. 10.-338 acres on fItke BIDA DESIGNS,
Okakumpkee, Sumter county. 80 Ores The French Edition or which sells for
.: oLatori, balance pine laUid, 60 agres $165 aud the London Edition for $200.
oo rear.fl wellg and d a n vrn in Our Popular Edition ($5.50,) containing
good repaL-r. Well watered and very overouehundrfdhftll-page quartoplates,
Healthy. 20 bearing sweet orange tmTs. 1-; the cheapest and most elegant publi-
prepenvci or d cation iu America, and the best to sell.
aiiS' 1 '1,1f Titcser!t omnge Critics vie with each other in praising it
eolloftoe'lf.aslh:.alanee on tine. Ti- and the mas-es buy it.
tles good Agent in Charleston, S. C., reports 97
No.i I. 24,000 acres 5 miles orders; one In Ninety Six, S. C., 107; one
,. c-al. .. ,.na,.theCapt.Taylor in Virginia, 247; another in Memphis,
lS tten st pot o) 1 rst-class 200 orders, taken in three weeks.
httRmmock, balance pine And mixed lands. Full particulars free; -Address J, B.
WSveral hunred NAires-undercultivation- FORD & CO., Publishers,27 ,Par Place,
Pwelline, outbuildings, &c., in good rp, New York .ecllm.
V1 1f ,w 4tfire4. 8t4am saw Mill,
;~~~ FIEtn?^11;LD,. ])Sm FLOWER,
r gin, sugar mlill fxturedi, &c., alFI D, E DS LOE
W.. "OppteE.,id .wldvith placerPrice GARDEN. J -l TREE, UEDGE.
.one'tMird down, balauwe end suit- We offer our usual large and complete
/lilFa-itles gPood7 assortment, embracing the most desira-
+!i* ):700 'acre, MabHlithe ble varieties. and ,of best quality, and
:ffl . tlrii:,,v2,r mxail price list, to:any address, on receipt
-" .."rIdio.ee p. Seedt-. l kinds by packet,
tr tehB.fth f ,- e'=.*pW tPound, and que6.,can he-sent by
L..K- T^ Bmail, to any P, O. In the U. 8.
n ePrice $2 EDW'D J. BVANS &'CO.,
S balance timeacryen and eden,
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,Eiglt on,. hiuUlal any paonte I*'
I'n Whjh_'-11 I if"Op o r t ks0 n & I
.(dingnt^g^glgey. I eal'>A\l-.
In w~hichanOppoF lifon housee or
Aentaitivc<,stiicflY,..fisice-tlit wae ,.-" -~
-he in powerat. W ds8hintukand theyear
of the twelty third heltion.-dl a pggWg-
de(t. of the nfted lStAtles. 'All oftiheg,-
events are sure to be of great interest i
aud" importance, espeelhilly the twp ilat,
ter; and all of -them and everything."con-
nected with them willbe fully nd fresh-
ly reported and expounded in The BSun.
The Opposition Home of Repeaets...
ties taking up the.line of Inquiry ope-
ed years ago by the Sun, will Mte)lyaI=
diligeutl v investigate the corruption p
and misdeeds ? ot Gnt's admiluistratl' ,s
and will. it is to be hoped,. lay the foun-
dations for a new and better perio4 it.
our nttirl- history. Of' -alt thsThe-
Snn will contain comIplete an accurate
accou,,ts,, furnishing its readers with
early and trustworthy information upon -*
those absorbing topics.
The twenty-third Presidential election,,'
with the preprations' for it, will be
memorable as deciding upon Graat's as-
pirations for a third 'term of .power and
plunder, and .till mor its deidelg wwrho
shall he the candidate of :the:party of Ej-r- i
forna nd as elect ng t hat candidate. Cto-
cerni,,g all these subjected : those who
read The Sn will have. the constant
Iieans of being thoroughly well iuforti.-
The WEEKLY SUNit, .which has aittaeined
a circulation no ovr eighty, thobuand
copies, ale rady ha its readers in every
State and T+rritory, we. trust that the
year 1876 Will see their numbet-s doubled.
It will continue to be a therodgh news-
hpaper. All the general news of the day
will be fouud in it, contdensed when un-
important, at full length when of mo-
meut; and alwaiys, w t rust, treated in a
Clear, Interestiing and instructive man-
It. is our aim uto mike the WEEKLY
SUN the bestt farmiy newspaper in the
world, andt we shall conpiline to aive in
its columns a large amount of miscelle
neous reading, such as stories, tals, po..
ems, scientific intelligence and agricul-
tural Informatioou, for 'fiich we aire not
able to sake room in our daily edition .
The agricultural department especially
is one of its prominent features. The
fashions are regularly reported in its eol-
umns; and so are the markets of every*
The WEEKrLY SUN, eight pages with
fifty six broad columns is ojly'$ht ;2 "'-,
year, postage paid. As this price barely.
repays the cost of the paper, no d'scount '
can be made from this rate t6 ctubs,...
agents, Postmasters, or any one.
The DAILY SUN, a large four page
newspaper of twenty-eight columns,
gives all the news for twoo cents a copy.
Subscription, paid 55c. a month or $6.50
a year. Sunday edition extra, i.10 per
year. We have no I ravel ingagents.
Address THE SUN, New l ,rk City.

Governor--Marcellus L Steariis.
Secretary of Statr-Saminel B McLiu.
Attorney-General-Win Archer Cocke.
( omptroller-C A Cowgill.
Treasurer--Charles H Foster.
Sup> riutenddit of Pub1id Ihstrtlction
--William Watkin Hicks.
Alj u t a u t -General-John Varnum.
commissioner r of fLands dud Immigra-
tion-Dennis Eagan. ;+
(Post-office address, Tall assee.)
Warden-M. Martin, Chattahoochee.
Chief.iis tice -E M Randall, Jackson-
ville. ;
Associate Justice-J D Westcott, Jr.,
Ta llaihassee.
Asociate Justice-R B Van Valken-
burgh, acksonville.
Clerk-Lyman B Foster, Tallahassee,
1st Circuit-WW Van Ness. Pensacola.
2d Circuit--PW White, Quincy.
3d Circuit--Wm Bryson, Suwannee
4th Circuit-Robt B Archibald, Jack-
5th Circuit- HGoss, Gainesvill-e:
Uith Circuit-Miner Bethel, Key West.
7th Circuit-J W Price, Enterprise,
l 2d Circnit-Boiling Baker, Tallahassee
3d Circuit-Chas F King, Madison.
401 Circuit-T A McDonnell, Jack-
5th Circult,-Geo J Arnow, Micanopy..
6th Circuit-Joseph B Wall, Tampa.
7th Circuit--T E Wilson, Mellonville,
Senator: T W Long
Assemul)ymen-u: W Tucker, Samuel
Jndm of Probate: William R Rillyer.
Clerk ol Court: W H LeCain.
Sheriff': W J McGrath.
Assessor of Taxes: Jas A McDavid.
Collector of Revenue: John F Dunn.
Treas-urer: E W Agnew. :
Superinteudentof Schools:WJ Tucker.
Surveyor: C J Allred.
County Commissioners: C J AIlred, J
D Goss, David E Jacobs, Gilbert'Little,
J Monroe Smith.
Justices of the Peace: 8 F Marshall,
Peter R Anlerson, Geo J Zehnbeaur, J J
Meadows, E B Stidum, Elijah Grantham,
C(has F Waterman Edwin Spencer, J H
Job nson, W R Hillyer, Edwin Smith.
May-or: T P Gary.
Aldermen: S F Marshall, F E Harri1,
A Fergiusn, EG Smith, Sol Beniamin,
Watson Murphy, ohn F Dunn, Alfred
Davis, A Reynolds.
.M:rslIm[l: Burreli D.twkins.
Clerk, Asscssor and Collector: Simon
BunPjan min. .a .
Tirasurevr: Wm P Trantham.

"Philharmonic" Piano.
This entirely new iwt.trumtlnl't possess-
Jing all the essential qnaliticl of more ex
pensiie andi higher pric-d I Pianos is of-
ferled at a lower price than any similar
one now in the market. It is durable,
with a ln;L' i.lif nt tone hardiv surpaosetl
aud yet it call be ptfrehasedl at prices
I[Lnd ou ttrnt.- within the reach of all.
This inltruinit hlas all the modern inm-
proi ei ntls. iL lud'lin the celebrated
"Agraffr" Lreble, and is fully warranted.
t.'atalo.,urs m ilev..
are the 1,<.st anile. The toucl is elastic,
andl a ; iue -ihgintl' tone., loWer''ui, pure
ami 0'M11.
Calnlhot t be Vxcelhud inl ToNF or EAU-TVY
h:y dihl Ccompetition. Thip Co'uec rto
.ttop is a fine imitation of the Ihtunau
luring ithis nionthi. Monthly Install.
InInI.lS r'eceiv''ld; oln Pianos, $10 to $20,
Organs, $')5 to $10; Second hand instrui
Ineiits, $3 t.) $3, monthly after first De-
posit.. 10OENTS WVANTrED. A liberal-l dis
Luurit to Te-iclh-rs. 3Miuisters, Chiurches.
Schoolss, Lodgts, etc. Special induce.
intllts to the traie. IlllInstrat-il catalo-
gul.s indiled11. HORACE WVATEIS8 &
8VONS, 4!1 Brotadway, New York. Box
Watersi Pianos and Ornan.q.
Waters' New Scale Pianos h.a-c pecu-
liir nierits.-.Vvew York Tribune.
The tone of the Waters' Pliano is rich,
niellow ;.-ily .O11 I'rois. They poses
great v.,In i- o.t,'-,undl andi th.- 'ontinuh a
tion of sout l or sliOir'lln ioi\vr one of
their ,,J.-t m|nardl .[. [atiurea.-A-New o.l:"
Waters' Concrto Ornan is so voiced
as to have a ton,, like a full rich alto
voice. It is especially human in its tone,
powerful lye sweet.-Rural Niw Yorker.

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, lIaves are raised with the most o' cultiation. in any climate, and at preq-
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