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The East Florida banner
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Title: The East Florida banner
Physical Description: v. : ; 62 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Ocala Marion County Fla
Creation Date: May 12, 1877
Publication Date: Wm. J. McGrath
Frequency: weekly
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General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: "Official Organ of the 5th Judicial Circuit".
General Note: Editors: J. Wiggin, <1869>; F. Harris, W. McGrath, <1870>; W. McGrath, <1871-1872>; F. Harris, <1873-1876>; J. Harris, <1874-1875>.
General Note: Publishers: S. Agnew & Co., <1869>; Harris & McGrath, <1870>; W. McGrath, <1871-1872>; F. Harris, <1873>; F.E. & J.A. Harris, <1874-1876>.
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or my profes-iional services. TerintMcasi
)f or country pirtduce. jnl,ly.
IS j


&I- G6 V / It r, 1 v V/ V I 4 U *J I M^ 1LUVU ItLL,-) U
boxes of about fifteen inches depth
one over the other, and by th
timethe top one is filled the bot
tomn one may be moved up to th
top, so as to move continuousl'
on, by which means a foot ii
hight may be added every twi
22nd. The' wall is rendered
smooth and uniform b careful],
"tramping i'in" the mortar -so ;s tt
fill all intt-,sl'ice, an/od mtake a sol.
id compact 'mass'
3rd. Tbhe-outside finish tnay b,
of a kind of !ime,-putty, or lp~ia
ter called "mastic, which may b(
painted and finished so as to.re.
semble grarite, brownstone or an)
other material.
4th. For the foundations whern
the wafer is liable to rise on th(
work cement should be substitu.
ted for lime. *
5th. It is the judgement, oJ
Lhooe ha,'. in-- the largest experience(
in such work, that the shell lime
and broken shell found on the reefs
is the very best possible material
for the construction of concrete
houses, and that the limestone
rock so coinnmon in Florida may be
substituted where the shell can-
not be found.-Cedar Keys.Jour-

The Fruits of Conservative
Policy. -
. "Look at Florida. The most
orderly session of the Legislature
ever held, has just adjourned, and
the colored members in it'are the
first to admit the fact,"
,Look not 'only to Florida, the
1*tst emancipated Southern State,
but at Vir-,iniai, North Carolina,
IT *i.r -,;, Ail-,'m ii, M ississippi,
Tp..._,, d Arlci,,sas. Does not.-
14o W o .,I 1:, i,: ;I ll l eise States" I
.I, d.m : I'r.-.tife;'iry In-'" iinniii to A
sh,v2't^-t lu.. "afllth-se Statde-?i
In any.d t. ihej n ,1o hear pof:thh
oI, tires',^ lt, ,ajad ,,t rago which trh
bloody-sfirnt i.p'iopl.; are entin-
tually ii,,di'e i.gq 1I it, nI t an
actual and mnid-nia)1e f C( that
the colored people alre ir every re-
spect :better off U nd2r Demolratic
than under Republican goiern-"
ment? Where, -then, -is t he dan-,
ger in carryingout the cons'rva-
tive .policy. in ,the only .two SLcates
which need it? What belier guar-
antees for the .p'rnrf. Ii i'. or the
bladks"carl possibly be given than
experience has- already affd'ded?:
In, eight Stats:-, home rqli has
been. tried,;.an4d concede, t'i be a
e."-,'-; suec6ess. W hy iv h,.uli it
fail in the other two'St:tei? It
will not fail, and six mo1thi after
Louisiana at'd = U Ii C ii in a' are
free th-e1-cou bntry w-iIi Ieproach i't-
self for, withholding t h; .i,;eedom
so. onz.-St. Lois licnf.
', *: 1 i ] ; 1 1 r

All. 6 -1 eboil'04'HIrte.

gave our reads n fOw hints on
this subDject, ttb effect of which
has bjen to stimulate inquiry, and
in response to alemand for more
inf'orinution we s .11uit the fiullow-

\ -T"'ORN.EYS A 7 PA


e (Ocala, Flori la.
C Will practice ni all the Courts of thi
e "th Judicial Circuit and the U.S. Court
, at !a(Jksonuil]1(.
n Special attention kiven to the inv,,sti
f nation of titles and contested cases unde]
the Homestead Law.
Prompt p' eec t qnliii'nn ,/ir.,i t
cdiiiy. ,S '"1'< *, f',:2-1y
'-f lo -A n 'kZ-r 1) H O E
\, -. s --.'f .. ..... .( -'-+ i.
*' ,l I

Howse Hu1f


All iJnds pf Produce Bought
(at Cash Prices.
G U(ves us a trial.
-:. Respectfully,
Silver Spring, Marion -co., Fla.

MCI. ME_** .
M 0ehlawaha River Steamers
.. -. .. F O R

N4 6eWSchedule.
For Tourest and Pleasure Seekers. 'Npmn
,.: ber-of Pasengers Limited to
; : ,, ,. Suit Parties. ..


'Wil I!'1ave- PalIatka, Mondays,-Wed-
pesdays, Lind1 Frid'lnys at 300o'clock al m.-


*ill1 leaves Tuesday nndl Thiursd;i.y
at 10 o't.!oek a. ml., and (.11 1ynatur-',lavsat
10 a. m. I['r Jack-6nville.
F or, T icket . aplIly to "
It. L. HART,'Pro'pr Palatka,A.F1.
march 24-if.

s -T.llA'eraniletf~iimt u,-.Mana Concrete strictures amonst
- STEAMER TUSKAWIFLLA, many others present the /,| .ow-
r _,, ing obvious ;id'.;,t.-,-gs overwood;
O e1st. They. ar n,)re, durable,
..A .. E 'This,.--iso ojYVi~ii as to require
"~~C,&1.P .. A. W. EDNYARTDs', .'' "

n o demlistraotio.ni, Aty one who
---~t ^ I.n,,.I ;ifr Moidav., 1h,. Fit:.t ,!a\ e, n a i concrete
U ',f May, '11, wi'll r,'1 a- s follows: ": c r
WI'n leave Siiv,.,. 8pri'ng ,,M,..),,dv after standing ag enough to
mornlin s at 8 o'clock for P.tlirka.. I i I 1 1.
sonville and intermediate landings. haren wil! be sa{sfied that it is
S RETURNING, fully equal in tlhirespect to brick
Or stone. We lao6v of concrete
Will lenve Jacksonville every Thurs..-
dayjorming at 9 o'clock, a.-rr_ walls with the itrlrior wood work
Connection made at Silver Spring with aud roof burt olt, still standing
stag es for O c a la a n d rLe esb u r I a n s pn e
S* J. BAUKNIGHT, a d so perfect, asto need otly to
decll-tf. Pronrietor have those parts supplied to make
From PalatkN to Shiler Spring! t, hem g hue
-^ "2 nd. lh."Y ate~cutl-11- 1 i lltIie

; than aij\- :w, tdirilhu.^ can be
MSTEAMEM MARION, made. And' ulo ,,i il r. I '. t j
CAPT. i. A. G"AY, dampnos,; f htit bri r i .
3rid. 'lhe,'!'- 9Aa,
.. .or cavities I, l erv's. ".h rbors for
Monday and Thursday Nights, rats, m;e., or -;:e w hieh
after arrival of the Charleston, Savannah in cealed and 1Mid '.t-,l" .hf. e *i" e
and St. John*s Riy(.,',;ih ,.I arriving
at Silver Sprig' such ;.a c.,,nintnm s-.irc i ,4foiible
Tuesday and ThursdayNghsts, and anno v <.nf:. ,.-
in time to connect with the mail stages '
for Oc.la and Leesbnr.. 4th. Tlh-y are ah.ltt,-lv cheap-
RETURNtNO; o.ItOn'lla e ] byicare-
Will eAIe Silver Spring ever Wed- er It i e care-
nesday 'and. Saturday mornings at 9 Ifu experi~e.it"-Ii tn.11 cost of
o.'h,,k, making close connection with S ch IIIi } Pl,| .4 q Lr- K-vs is
steamers for Jacksonville, Savannah and -r-
Charleston. within 't'" n .. i 'mr"
For freight or passage apply on board foot of I ,
z n 0 f I 0 I A,
or to
.... DR. MF.LrosPs, ing" door and &i.n'd,, W. 'raak.s-.H .-w
Gen'l Passenger Agt., Jacksonville / '. 3
M. H. RoGo ,&Co,, -this rate th willk ,,t-a lhou,.s4 5.:25
Aqents at Palatka. feet andN feet, wr41. c'st
--- R D --A f $00..heo-si- gd~numnb,-,.
JL /jt u ljt'^th ^ 'g8additug.Dot11il1^.-_,,a
"( the ea t.
.. .WILL SELL Cheap ha ben apratic C':1
for 'as t e o lh ,. ,.
ii I Tgf^ / has l een a Ptictet,,,, c,m

i~llO,"'^1;;plaes n te twn "jjta./Hon with the pt-.pite of 1,71-n-i,,
of Ocala. to -hprv t hei plce w'l ten 'i-
One.Store house ajid-lot next door tot lQ h ^'e il ~m
the Po'stoffice, now. occupied by I.Sch Nv- porary qtructulrei, thinkiiir- that
Mry residence, nowb oe, iqip,,h by Mr. these will do tor a few year' and
,Sol Benlaniin, Inpluding 5.i..-,.s of-land, that they wili be'able sehl -)it and
more or less. i, "
Also, another residence, with out- move before, ew"6ne6 will be _netd-
Ai torfu ^ ,-i1. Ad This is -a short sighted policy
Rapp,. For further infomin.alo '" .." o, ut)
r,,. t Silver S,,'i,,. and nrecessarily -entails a renewal
-l *^ 1" ..^. ......... : of the expenses of building before
ap[ I-N11 II'.S P. ,k; F-[() IVS E. '1
-TDR-UGS AT THE OLD STAND, the occupants get well settled in
i t their homes. 'Whereas concrete
..U i buildings, would add a permanent
\ ,1 \- ': value to their farms, notliable to
-~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~frs '-K r no/^r4i-> t ^* -. ^Liabl1--

he C'(ied in, his 64,'*'''
a grate'big buk he red,
a prayer he-holloredout, *
then, turned _over-un2 .his bed,
and durned it hle'did'nt die-'
Sd ed : 3 ** *" *** .
He lev e-s 1w'ife, 9 children," 1 ow
4 h orse's a groweery sioary" and
-other quadlrupeds-, to miourn hl.-
loss -bt m' the" Ialangwidge of th,
poit.) hi14loss is-ther.e eternal ganr_

Following thie ikxatnpile'o' thy6
New York Tribune,' .we 'An I the j
Albany' Evening Journal giving
the carpet-bagger a kick, and teill-'.
ing t~he'c'loired gentleman to pad-
dlie Mis own canoe. It say6: -11W6
cannot be' w Iorse 6T: with, theex
periment'a'rd' we'man y' be c
better of~f. `'Let' us gie.%4the' Southi
hifme rule!. Let us permnit intelli-
gene and pi,-.perly tohv hi
natural sw~ay. 'Let 'J8 no'W'forc~e
ignorance and inedpacity, to t he*
top. Lot 'tUs havee lhe "Federal.
Goverrnum ent rep~repeited' by h.0 _1-
orable'anid Iiigh-min'ded muen.' -AVi
have placed tile blacAks :01a'theiV'
reet andl g-iv~en them R1,11 politlical-
rigtits. -Let us' teach -'themq th IvIt,
hey cannot always depend-0on the .';
r'e^.l*-l^-a'nl7"l~f~uut-depend- "
pii titmseve. et'-y i eje ,
peially t' -relieve -the Sgouth'
7r.111 conI.st t Atirmjoil,",'and open '.
he 'path to higher material prosix
)erity. The *forces whiich by it
lifferetit course have been consoli-,* ,
lated a-gtit)sf us'`rwill in th-ii w-ay' r* .
loner o'ant-er -be diA80.1ved'." : '.*

A doctor:,we~nt qut:.1W~e8&^t .%
oractice. h is professioa. .Agn..o ,14
(end] met himr o.the street .opq
ay.afid a? eedjin,, in his business. I'FiqV ,
li,"-e ]--4lied, "'I've had oq%. ;-". <
i~n." .",Wj?,'and. what. ^was"^.*:.
L. J ^I asg,,birth sag :

ith tiat?" .;WeU, e.'-qA.-^^ ^^
nan *dgdj^^aldbit"O il., idb-"^

thin .' *N, -' f .i e d. *tn' ea^ ^ ^

(A1, cus- arisps from decay't 'roofs, floors
p- con-. and window frames. :
r AND, -It is notfon.y for, dw.lli"gs that

'^ concrete pre ents advanOa es over
* RY, wood. .Stables, cribs and all the

es. &c,,, other oult buildings should aiso be
of tIlis.materia :we krno:w; of manv
f plntt-,tns' no hetre ti .F. rocks, lie

Win rr Schedule

Steam Packet Co's. Line.
Change of Schedule. "

-en' & ,o'fc ', .
Until further notice the Steamers of
this line will run as follows:
Will leave Charleston every Friday
evening at 8 o'clock,, Savannah every
Saturday at noon; arriving at Jackson-
ville every Sunday.
Will leave Paldtka every Monday,
Jacksonville every Tuesda~y, Fernandina
same day, arrivina- at Savannah and
Charleston every Wednesday.
Will leave Charleston everv^Aiesday
evening at 8 o'clock, Sav nnah every
Wednesday; 'irriving a Jacksonville
every Thursday.d /
"9RE11 NG,
Will leave Palptka'l|y Thursday
evening; Jacksonville everL Frid,.y to
suit the tide, Pernandicaa saime day, ar-
riving at Sa .'annah and Charleston every
Saturday. "
Through tickets and through Mills 01
lading gjven to I altimore, Philadelphia,
New York and otier places.
These steamersiconnect with the Flori.
da R. I. at Fermindina, J., P. & M. R. R.
at Jacksonville, 3t. Johns R. R. for Fit.
Augustine at Tocoi, with steamers at
Palatka for Mellonville, Enterprise aid
the upper St Johns. Also with steam.
ers for the Oc)-lawhaa river.
RAVEN EL & Co., ("harelston.-
.IEFFREYS, BnO. ,,z Sox, Fernatndina.
JEFFREYS & BRO., Jacksonville.
R. .. A DAMS, Palatka.
C. fl. B)HN, St. Augustine.

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The 'mkn who. spends d. dollar
for liquor .receives nothing di
value; labor receives less than two
cer, s .from the dollar spent-, If a
dollar is spent for a pair of shoes
for a child, labor would have re-
ceived nearly twenty-three%-.ients
as fts. sharc instead of less .than
two cents as when spent for liquor.
Hen e., in,--.;:anining the question


(Graduate of Ba 'M Ce olege of Do
~ aurg,g.)
Orange Lake, Marib. Co,, Fla.
W ILL PRACTICE in Marion a
adjoiulngtroSuntie, Parties v
ted at any potnt by writing to above
dress. Charges. within .the reach of



-jg^B~gg; P romt~ g04tT4%i0i@(5issage a
jgf ,6leni aiaI'l leg-al "gM&4tt.i omen t!
to^.o~iV xy 'Pr.dil ill the SM

J'.i^.t.r~^lf orl C?(.h'ctois of Rovi\'vfni
'J _r'.b _l iblish., ,if .In sumne ,iewsp, li?
~lftIod within the county where thi
officer or person is r(quhired to make p u.
lication; arid if no newspaper is publ',ih
00 in sutch county, then by posting at the
(,ours-honise ldour.and three othcr public
places In the county; ,Proided, That tlie
rpTIal of 1he act. ap'lproved Jannary 25th,
A. ID. 1871,.ref(rmed to in the flrst section
nl this .pc,$Shall not a.ffi -t the legality ol
any notice or adv ertiseyment that :is b( ing
published In any rewspaper under the
provisions bf that V.t at the date of the
patspage of this net; ,Awnd ovvidedfwrthem.
Tlhat nrohin if thils act ?l. l1 operatet. ;iC
to repeal any of th,. '-v ofanns ..tf an a,.r
to. be entitled ;ar net to s:ivosim;l-i
tantes from wrak. .ir.tl-c.}-eorVnIT- 1, M-73i,'7l.-
Utftie- setlcflment thereof, approved
February lgthj 1872.,
SKC. 3. The puhblsher'ot any paper
pinbltshing any 0fleihl notice or legal
adtvertisement undor ,this act shall not
chargee fmore than *ne floloar per inch for
the first -insertion, and tfilty cents per
Inch kach subsequentInsertion, In single
column, nonpaireil type and when any
oflietal notice or legal advertisement 1s
required, by law' to be publi.-hed more
tlafi two months, the change shall ti0t.
excfed three-fourths'of the above ratios
for all the excess of time above two
Inmolths itfsald* publicatien.*'- ''."
SE5,4. When any Collect,'oro .Reve,
iiuie in this State shall :adv'er'se -tLands
for's&.le' for taxes in, any ewspaper, tKOt
diarge-fort"the salme' sh-,II -not 'be more
tlhantwenty-five ced.ts. for each clesc"ip--
"tlonlihl'0 6i h issu,"; P ,; ; When any
desertlptinrishali o'-cupy thes'pace0ofon'e
iiCh o0r thor,-, th,? iibli--her slihal -be all-
tlhorize,1 t6 cniirfr :the;'satme' rates pi.-
.4cribt'd in:Lsectio 3, :of. tlils act. ..A. de,.
scriptionis 'understood to mean in this
a Iwrpoii, lyIng and'beiug in thesaiOme see-
_(,on, towns ipp a"ind rainrc-; aaicld'vhehn 'th6
land "*arlvuti-ed shlall he ,ituAted in A
city or toiirh then each town lot ad-ver.
tiedq shall "be" c60iil, ddred a description;
and no publisher acT" Erising a tax "sa e
under this act shall' charge .fa; .the pre-
amb!e.to the samei. "
C. ;:5. Thli act habl,t take effect .rom
a, nd.afMtr the dateofit,:app.royal by the
Go6vern0or; and all actsbr. paits olf acts
inconsastent withth e provisions of.,this
act be, and the same are, h eeby, ep,: a -
ed. .
A! Pp'proved iFeljru'd~r27,' 1877, 'f* ;^;

Imec'nfliy wiil Ji'. '1,pncot & G o Phila
,''delphta, Pa.:

A.-SU :AD :'UKI- O S.9
:-.R3 We.e t .Bay _Street,-- .. .
,,.7JACKS6NV.-[LLE, T7 OR11D11:4,
..'y ih &lIe'leand'Retail ,. '
": Y ',.Ad Dea'.rs.in.C' rL

Invite aueutlon to~tl),:ir01ew ;h,.l >l-,nnt
as sor j.hni t o.la t ; B ;)' ) i tatiouerv aul
#. S..*', Fafic.itrticles. ". ,
A' *su Pylof.'N-E.SRAtP'ERS, PERI-
hja.%ys on-jaud.. Subscriptions reeeiiv.:-d
-..all p. e a ions. '* .. .
Blank Bog.s,,.-Z-Dvelopesj9and. ,Tags a
** ^ i
t06okstot o't.hand 1i' be furaishea
pin Oiler t!,)'ub'lic'AHa^,l! 1) n
"* O t(I er b,'..m air i,,'r yTy,tt{eff,-e.. to.
P bE-A .B.IA:LL- a ,';l|EX-*M liN ".

K I// **. l i. .*I.Y .Z L uV. ,II..I Itijlo vuly. U
s, Subsequent action, however virtu-
e ous, can wash away the letters of
tHat record.
e Very respectfully, yours, -
y P.*---^ ^-4 ___
n How to Ruin a Son.
0 1. Let him have his own way.
2. Allow him free use-of money.
d 3' Give him full access to wick-
y ed companions.
).-4,C:.ill. him to no account of
' iris evenings.
-, 5. Furnish him with no stated
0- 11A o pUymc~irt. -
Purs-'ue,,either of those way,5
o and you-'will experience a most
- marvelous deliverance, or willI have
r to mourn over' a debased and
ruined, child. Thousands have
e realized the result, and have gone
sorrowing to the grave.
From the number of idle boys
to be found ,)'I the streets at all
f hours of the day, and frequently
e at night, it is to be feared that 4
many of our parents have learned -o
S too well the lesson 'Io.w to ruin a 1
' son."_ No greater calamity can p
befall, .a-, st,-,ut, healthy !ad, than
to be allowed for anygreat length
of time to be wholly without em- I
ployment. Any young man should -
prefer to -work for nothing and V
" find himself, rather than contract i
the habit of chronic idl.-ness. d
There is no escape but at a much c
greater- cost, from .the Divine 1)
edict: "In the sweat of thy face !
shalt thou eat bread, till thou re- t
turn, unnto the ground." Th,-
yi,,n; man known to be sth'i,,
industrious, -pertectly reliable, is r
sure to find thereoisa good place 19
for him.in the busy world, t

*'A Naples paper relates a horri-
ble crime as havin- been commit, o
_t d iny C p a- 1 -eh
ted in Capa byapriest. He was fr
-',-.i [_l~ ^,f 1,,,,, .-.el,0,ol and had a
iltyf,, wj0,c.JiT, s-v.-ry fond.
,In n, o
'l^,n ...te,\...'- d:M w.lwir..- ,:,.r' I: ,y s were
l.'l ay,.g-:C1 ,Aw-- i ji.m, when one es
*-,h'.m accidett.'l= lockedd over
the cag- and- -t-he.-lar escaped.,
When the pjh..st returned -and t1
missed his .bird, he inquired who
it was that released it, and on &
being informed the culprit that he'd
could not go home to dinner. His SO
l; renct..,- coming alarmed at the
'boy's, long elbisece, ,firinlnly went-
to tie house but .ould`' .t gain pr
admittance until hie father burst fr
open the door,when .a. terrible sight da
met his gaze. -7.he boy bad been cel
s.tretch,,:l- o ,.t .Uporl a. table, his rl :
han'l.-i.xfltef and nailed to thqe en
A .r ,,,I;" while l: 't h .is, feet hlia ti
l),-,-n ch rpfed off.- Th a. f, -I n 4t1 C.
fifth r :f o1 6ce,_:egatL a search fr 'i.'

the priest, and" Tiavir fjuund liim
immecdiaftcly"'stablb,,d, ij'im :to- *tj-,e m
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THEODORE 'M .C.I.L.j t akes k!sh.-sutrr. !iin forin. his r
. Due Iproolf it\ in%4; beci. l ldf t1tIL tl n. ttmer- n,1 t'1. riol-1, 'th t I. :":ko'
dcetndant,"Tih.;<>...rf ''M icli'L-e 'res e- -,tnlntl\' ->i.]l~ :,l with frl ih i
"' ,ttof the.St!ate (i-Florida, so'tia'ffordi,. nDRIT(_S, MEDI('NES, TOI(T.EI
{,,,-,r: aiv i~r,,h"e.-_s c ln t t,. i,,AN'-'IA,lR "T I C ES ARTI E,
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or,'er :I .lird, in thte'Ea.is i F l,.,ri..a ... ,< Ir. .. o A -< ,"
-.^ B.tnhner.n~r tlre i it-I.h-,. Paints, Oils, p Glass, Putty, Briishe
;. '--,i..,f ,:* *'-" :. H. W LONG,'I,I..rk. A full line of Pat-nt anld FaM nil\
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".[Selected. piled in great heaps in~lw i.eld.s,* J.... Adams to Tilden.
The Brioht'"sfdl. obstructing the plow. ai .i,',bsr-j .OLACTION CAN BLOT OUT THE RECORD
There is many a rest lu:,lherd of life ing distre vmlmin, wii"h: i"- TRIUMPHAVT FRAUtD.
If we only wouMlds.toptoake t,..it, built into concrete wals wonid Here is that lettPr Charl
And many atone fr'om tre better !an,! ... ,
If the querulons ileart.wouhil make it. build the houses and Feuce the Francis Adams wrote to .Sain,:
To the sanny soul th:,t ims ,1., 6fliofie, lands. J. Tilden, which has been crow
Andwhosebcaitif.ltils^mTeyerfti leth, The writer has lasq--d many ed out of our paper so long; b,
The grass is green and tte.e, Owers are plantations in Florida which- it is just as good and just-as tri
bright, t j .
Thoughth winte_ .,tol.... twenty years tgo-showed very, to-day as it was Wh.-n it was'fir
Th u ht e w, nt~ekgt.or, preva ihIvthI . ". ..i _:.'..
S ...... good wooden Aoces and buildings wn ft.t-.*' ....
Better to hope, thbhgh the clouds hang n ho o M r, w,..'.
.:. a, O ~ ~~i lIc[1 iow 'not, a vestice of ,);,,:r.,.,,..,;

A n d t e e p t tu e "3 ,Z -rMef td ; f c't : ,". 2 -- ..- D E A R ' - ,
For the sweet blue sky will soon peep la-wvay. '- o r,-ifihrent an appear- T .Y E : they da
through, a-nce ir c,.titntr\'< .w uld now pre- w],ett'tyooaul,*a 4l.)t, la,,%e .bA
When the omlnious clouds are rifted. s e if those hid been permanent P,' - the -U-r i-te4 SS',at11
There was never a night without a day, / .. .. seize the opportunity to. bear n)
Or an evening without -a morning, r11.
And the darkestji:our, as the ..:,r;/-We hope the new settlers ttin ^ ^,, to the calm and dIgn
goes, Florida and all others who have fed manner in which you. hav
Is A" hour befre th dawning. through this great, trial.
ThMr. i-. ,,-,y, .o ,.J,,, i,, the path life,.and enquire fully into this subject, to b p man ; hnce I er

\v^,;,- :.a' ,, .u'. ,,e pksure, satisfied as we are that the moret
rTrnt IS.^ rth.,',...,ewledcrown J u o .deavor to judge of public aiai,
()r'r.lfti ish..,,ir.!c, treas-ure utll, the advantages of this mode
(-) .1i r a d m n rather by their m erit
It ni._ liheithe lov.. oa lirile chiId, of building are understood -the
Or ',A. .reh-w.Raye,' to.heaven- r^ore popular su< houses will than y he name they take. ]
Or onl-,a l '4, .-rati'iil thanks become. is a source of gratification tp O m
For a.,-0p,of ti"-,v,.. 11. to think that I made. the rili
Bbt..ft,, 0,,, .h.- v.-i, ..fite, hing the have oice in the late election. I could
A r,,'.'iLt.aL.i.lei rl,!in--, seen and conversed with parties of never have been recoQnciled to th
'A nd ,j I h:n. Is.% h i Pa re, ,v aud ywihean t, large e xperien ce in concrt~te w~ rk-,
'^ ^^*^S "S""P~" i^, I ^ elevation by the smallest aid o
Than :, a^;heileia-t, ifjn,]te threads from whom we gather the follow- ine of person however respect
OfJur curimti.r'esa-i,,,:], r. ing; ahbe in private life, who-must for
Asid thl.i,- e" 6,:.aven r,-,,"r tangled 1st. The process of building ever carry. upon his brow th
eh, i may be considerably ha-teued by statnp of fraud, now'fiuit t4ritum
havincr twor n .hroo rmnnio l,] nr nhfant, in Arnerinon' h;qt


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-auH..a X. MIfoER,
Ocala, Flida.

o capit:l- a.c la.bo.r., the'drr'nk
._ ju- 8 i -i [ -a/ .e y i p r n t- e l. -"
cent which mustbe'duly consid-
ered. .'The rt-medy for bad, tradee,
is certainly in ourown hands. As
long as, men. spend their money
for 'liquors which, give bu little
profit to labor, whilst a~t the same
-timv they'., take; :thoe.place, of .those
comPmodities that .give.-igre-Qt.ml,
'loyment to thelIaboring classes,
we.-shall., have::;: a ontinuance of
hard ti.mese. a scarcity of work,
and consequently low wages!,.and
the laborer will continue to be the
".slave of capital.< ,_. 'L :; :. ,-

A Western Obituary. 4,
Jem -Bangs; we are sorry 2 stait,
has deceased. H6 di parted this
Life last, munday; Jem .'was ge "
e,'aliy considered a ggid u eller. -,-e-
.went, .4 th without, eny Struggle; "
and.such is Lite :,-,Tuday we air,
as pepper-gias~s-,rmigit y smart--
2 Morrer we are cat, down lHkea
cowkerpber of the, &rod. Jemt
kept'a nise stoart. which his wife
now wales. on. Many is, the things
we bot at his gi;wcery, and&we air
haipey 2 stait 2 the admirin wurld
that he: never, cheered, speshuilly
in, waste of makril, which wvs
noise, and smelt sweet, and 4i sur,*
vivin wife is the same ,way. ,We
never new him to put sand in hia
afigar, though be had a 1 big- axnd
bar inifroit his hious; .n'r :wate,"
his, Lickers, tho' the ohio River
runs past his dore. piecs. to Ili.
remanes. .. .

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and 6th Judicial Clicuits. "
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Ocala, Florida.


W l practice in the courts of the fi
Iudlial Circ,,it. !
ff^-'D*jt R iiir. Pik+l r i*m ci /l fnl lliq CvnflrM^wtl

AN ACT relating to Official and Le- ".ecelle prompt attention. r
g ga Advertisements. ,; feb. 21-1t.
' Tfe J goaof the State of B tow'Ta';'fepre- .; .. T r rrTn "
Ing^a Senate and Ase8,nbly, do enact C4VIN*J ALED, "
.'n-a" .Oa : "Ikexox 1. An act entitled .J -. ...... TTr!T'
:an" .ao.,.,rovde for the publication of tSIDE T 1 .^,, 1DEY T.
%cI! 15R., T -l-Advertiseinents In the \
i-everdi., Jul-ci Cl-eu.a_1 this State, .---- Ocala, Flori(la. ,
anp roved. .Jhnuarv 25 _rlhii,' a iid an act -,
to provide for..ni( lllJpa of t Ie( I will Continue the practice of Dentis
': Laws a'nd Oc iti,, ;.v,.Ht.6*_," try, aud will he happy to wait on my ci
..lucntButv j.l.t@06'?8Qd .i'Ticre- tomers at anyn time they maybe in neeil

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^W HE EAST FLORIDA BANNi R meet and catch both votes. Well, alluded to in a general way, but TAX COLLECTOR'S SALE.
+ the sequel shows that they were whenever this vas done, the lan- $-
Z', E, TwARvie, ;Editor. equal to the occasion. They flat guage uibed wos of the most polite
^ tel'ei Mr. Walker that thb main- and generous kind. We advise -OTICE is nereby given that the fol- ho
-^- ......-,, -- .* ... -"'. ti'unk should go right by Panasoff- the Honorable gentleman to stop ._ lowing described real and p( rsonal
....- *- -- -"-- t^ p ^ ,/ property will I*e'sld at public auction
The Gainesville, Ocala and Char- kee and a feeder. might possibly off awhile, Aanqigive bimsel over on e0 ; c
lotte Harbor Railroad. -.be thrown out- to Lpesburg. To to a little; coil reflection, before Monday, 4th dy of June,
Our sanguine neighbor of the Mr. Hocker. they promised that he dashes off another yard or so A. ,D,,18, Artsocal4 In the county of $4
times-*thinks that the, Jackson- the'maia trunk should pass by for the Tttbnie. There is alto- necessary to pay the amount of taxes
dulynecessdagyt ainsthe am(poperty or ae
vi'ePress is becoming a little en- Leessburg and a branch be thrown gether toobmuch snap in his wri. d sa gissa property for
Vil e r t oll m uch sn a i n is ri the year 1876, together w ith the co at (if
lightene. and somewhat uneasy out to Pauasoffkee whenever that tings for/summer -reading. We Sale and advertising. said property is h
concerning the probability of the section guaranteed it.. And, as fear if he;continues in the way he Abercrombieedwis;t 2cows and 14
0onstruction of the Road from' we before stated, this is the game has be* ur there may be some per- hogs, $5 75. $8
'LiveOak Wa Gainesvil1ie, to Chair that was played from Charlotte sons wickdenough to believe that Turer; 2 cow,55
1tte Harbor.' Our innocent friend Harbor to Orange Lake. Can he attaches more importance to Asier, Pfimus: 5 coiws and .18 hogs,
4- ^ $6 20 co "' **** ** *o- i^f n"
,48 under a mista ke and its just in any faith or reliance be placed in himself than the newspapers do. Asier,-Dorr s2us-.8 3c0ws, $8 75, cc
fi ame of mind to catchlt, astraws, a Cuipany (of Which the people We wairant that the less he Adam,-Samuel; 10 hogs, $5 24.
.; 's ..... ; ;' .. ,-Ashford, Samuel; 1 iorse and 2 cows, 36
. 'f we correctly, understand the k4,ow nothing 'except through its writes bout himself the less he $8 15.
Jihe Press it, has no faith; no con- promises) .thathas the face to *will be annoyed at seeing his uame Anderson.,S ,ouel cows, $5 48.
P~ve s i h s n fa th o co .. 11 I p omi es) th t~h s' he f ce o MAdams. Thomas; I cow, $5 48.
fideuce whatever, in ithe Gruplle makd, -such contradictory and ex- in the newspapers, either in or Alleni Washington; 1 horse. $6 8. $
..... ..... .. a A sief, Simon; 2 cows, $5 06.,"
:$rm.- Here is tsd.language: Atravagant promises as this Corn- out of te State. ...Srhorse, $8
-If we'have been correctly informed, paany has had the face to do? There are to little maxims we Biakely, S.; 1 horse, $9 82.
these Western gentlemen when they first -I ,, ch .... -', Bryan, Lamar; 1 horse and 6 hogsa $6
came to the State to look after this ronRid It, was therefora matter ot' sur- learned ll child od that, we are $7 64.
'declared that they had the capial and [ris to men of discernent -and almost tempted toflublish for this Boyd, Joseph; 1 horse, $4 92. $7
would build the road witltiot State ald, r, t e%_. ', Buggan, J. B; 2 horses and 15 hogs,
and In fact, without asking the citizenm sound judgment that the lefla- law-makers betifl,^ The first $12 96. $6
on. t~h~e, red t., subserlbe:tu.- bih ca pl-..tr h ~ -"iLmm red oeh'~i~ Dnt Boston, Joseiph;Idt, 15 o! the George I.
To, k^ Sr^^w^ tu re hadm Don't, p^ ^?1 ^ 0 l1
is zikofter oad- D' t tne wante U h n redd ... h u'nn[.k~l --.-1r r~g.ttv!township 12, range 622,
the citizens along-Iteneto subbcribe several hundred thousand s o kick before e y spur e Te $ 00. ,
)64t' a littie--to get them properly inter\ Brown, Samuel; 35 cows; $7 04h0
ested in the enterprise, and lastly, they land and other, extraordinary second, "A guilty conscience.needs Brown, Jess; I horse and 1 cow, $6 96.
comu to the Legislature and ask for large privileges -to this: Company; and no accuser." Bass, Alexander; 2 cows and 50 hogs, 7
land grantsl and failing to get these $.2
Smuts, wepresume theywill not build fbr-sooth because the Governor, What Mr, L. has to say about j.nson, Benjain; 1 horse, 8 cows 72
the 'road, though at first they stated that acting under the law as construed private individuals and members and 10 hogrs,$8 12,
Viey would do so, Z5 .,,. T i rBinson, Charles; 4 cows and 40 acres
The Florldlart seems to~enter- by the Courts, and protecting the of the Legislature is none of our krland, numbersunknowl, $6 64. h(
T he F....idian .. ......... e -i. ... ... fel. chanau amber s ;unkn ow se, $6 20. i
tauioudth see o o e interests of theState as it was his business. We suppose they aret,,,o ..... ,,, ....r.. 6 20.
tai. abut the s .m..inion of te i Rrooker, 1.; l norse, ^84.
toany.About fter ayingon good sworn duty to do, Ka'ad the courage able to take care of themselves.," Batket,, Thomas; 2 horseso75." cc
Com pany. After e nying a good ,.'. ,' . '* i s Bircih, caiviu; 2 horses, $10 20*
S ,'ontn of the to veto this bil, n'oth withstand- It is our purpose simply to ward Soyd, William11 .cw $5 75".
deal about the icnitnyoteByWlim o.$ 5
ealdthbr es ng'the pressureathat was brought off the destructive blows he aims at B$a1ir,ow, ". F ors. hr o no25.'
mai li^ and the branches Aan B p ^ ^ Ol hs n otig ldwin, Harris,6cows'anda6 hogs, I
th ilgait f heetie il tto bear against him by persons the press. Only this and nothing $6 44. ,
the illegality of the etire bill, it whose judgement was.not so clear more. Belamy, Lmuel; 2 cows. $4 68.$
Brcin ams 10' hogs. $5 73.
as his, heis slobbered over with B Would it not be well not to grant schTemperance Address. $105
.onl e else w n$1 abuse by rash and thoughtless ed0- <-
prvileges to any oees ihu ome 0bs yrs n huhls d Mr. Hugh E. Miller, one of the Bake.%, Jim; 1 ho4,1,r,$ 40.
better guarantee of faith and ability itors and correspondents; and the Bost romisinyou vnn lawyers of ruc'inata, W.l'ia ;4Qh6og s, $8 36.
thatn we have gotten from the Charlotte .,_,most promising young lawy ers Of Brintley, M. G.;'10 hog?,.$5 75.
fharbar Company? writings of some are of so malig- o t delivered a most excel-
15 ou tow deliver a m st e cel- Burris,.Al., or p:,tiets unk nwnvi or H-.
nant ai natunre as n sh G, Dunn; w IVof si-''>l-section 31, town
Now, this sort of language,.com- nanta nature as to pai0y show lent address on the subject of ship 13, range 20;n,. n n of n w i and
andonmw I rn of ,cctio 1 6, towndiip 2(
tig from these two influential pa- that their minds are rankli.g' nt Temprace in the Division Rooms and ge 20200 et,120.
ers,dos'ntapear that they have so coflast Thursday night. He com- Counts, Ben jmiu;4 l..,s,$4 48
the least uneasiness of the probable this bill, asuder s person enced from the very threshold' $7 64, p iter I a a hogs,
construction-of the Road; and, if disappointment. r. of the Ordpr, and told in very ele- Cheshr, J. P.; lorses, 20 Cows and
W6 are not mistaken, the Comnpa- There were a number of other, g language the meaning Of 50hogs, $1.5.6 s, 48.
ny itself has abandoned the idea Railroads bifls vetoed at the s.0me Temperance and the duty of Tern- Crowson, W. "R.; j horse, 2 cowvs anin
of attempting to construct it, time, relating to Companies the perance members. We hpe thi rnge0; frtioniocs No.6, Oc;la, 5
further South than Gainebville. members of which were;;, well speech will do something towards $32 4o0. h
0Q Curry, Lawton; 1 lose, 20 cows and
But'how any intelligent person known to the people ot' thei'a e, arousing the Temperance senti- hogs, $10 28. h
could have ever thought that a yet we hear. not a murmur, nor a meant in our midst. That it may Coon, Mack, 1 hirse, 2 cows an(dl
ho gr s "$ 8 1 2 .
totally unknown Company, pos- complaint of any kind coming cause parents of precocious and Carter, George; 1 horse and 10 hog,
sessing no papers to bhow their from these gentlemen. The rea- promising children to reflect more $C (swell Dave; i bte, sr 75.
ability to carry out their promises, son is plain They knew Gover- earnestly upon this important sub- Castels, T. A.;'l hbrse,'$7 40,
.- Crowell ,3Ja oe s 8(v; $5 75.
would have built a Road of such nor Drew to be a man of too ject. Some days ago we heard heShre l V. ; horse, 5 cows an,:!
immense length, without, or even much honor and integrity to veto one*ofrtheV.o.d landmarks of tbe 5 has, 10 28,. f
l- i, i i.i 7 7 C h^isholm, J). Fil.; morse, $7 64. 2
with. State aid, surpasses bur or approve any measure except town say that far more than half Chambe-rs, s c c,,r lMrseReddif.k;6'lo-, e
understanding, impelled thereto by a sense of the deaths that had occurred ;1 and 2 of section 10townshp12,rof f re
( Certain men, it, is true, calling justice and a strict observanceof during the past fifteen or twenty section 28, tnrn-I.p 1%, range 21, andc 0
themselves engineers,-surveyors law. years ao"ng thee popula- rage ;aodo s r ,
and representatives of the Cornpa- It is only for the veto of this tion in Ocala, and the vicinity township 12, rani.al, 1000 acri.s,$76 Oo.
ny, passed through our place sev- unknown, and possibly irrrespon- surrounding it, was caused DusW le,..?6ow."dC
I ('r u iAea r r; 1 cow and'-

eral times but at no time did they sible Company, t fat the Gove nor from the effects of whiskey, either hogs, $5 50 ;
... -D,.as, William;; cowv, .5 50.
carry a surveying instrument of is charged with "allsorts of false directly or remotely, and more 1re- Dassy, Jacob; ;cows an.l 6 hogs, $6
any sort. This looked like any accusation.L.. quently it had been the direct and 44. i
~Dawkins, Wald(Jl horse, $7 40.
thing'else but:business. One time But these wretched attempts only cause. We guess the same Davis, J. F.; 1 rse, $7 36.
they-had a fellow along with them to weaken the administration of thing can be said of every town Davis, Nathan;80acres, nunbrrs uu-
..- known, $6 40. .
who they passed off as the gentle- One of the purest and. best Gover- in Florida. This matter, if prop- Daniels, William; 1 cow, $5 75.
i ni **i ............. Demire, Lewii jr.; 2 horses and 10
men who was to furnish the iron nors that Florida-has ever had erly loked upon, is enough to cows, $15 6o l t
for the entire line, but we have will ft.i1 of their .purpose unless furnish! food for serious and Demire,D ieRtmdBarna;t; 1lhorse,hore$7874.4 $
never heard of that gentleman we greatly underrated tbe good solemn-thought, and some deter- poubliu,.loe;) cows and hogs, $620.
since. Their last survey was about sense of the people of Florida. mined means sought to be devised Drayton, Jam; 1 horse andc 2 cows, h
(he middle of September last and ...... .... to crush down this demon of death, $912. Gor; ios, 1ic

', <'i... "o at-n ,- .r~c of on .J,,hn"T.: Leslie; a m ember ., ,. ll..eraog n d oh, } pl -rctTOI,,n 6.1town- r
Railroad capitalists .to b0hehrd at ,( ., .-- T, ;,.,,f.,, ht,,n e tate. N"'ltwit.samdig a stin 18, rnDie'l940i.-a,,c tl"; *
P h l d l h o . t h 2 8 t h [ t hb a t : . ": T e m p re a n ce D i, v ,i s o n h a s b e e n i n E ,a n s H cn r, 4 c , a n h t
month, and :thereby hangs a tale, .... ... ;;..+ existence here for a number o. Eliis, .Tohni-;2 rse.-r, $7 40. r
.... i communicl ioat yarc lon ',,, the, pin" Taif-hrs,98
It very often happens., that Very m J ,,,. ',i years, they have apparently made Ed^ nd s^ ';ose9oS0.ndi
rich men. are sometimes caught ,. ., but small inroads upoo the ene- hogs, $8 36. l l:
'. this" w7a a on a gr a nu"e ot o hr i Evans, hiclia ; 1 cowv, $4 24.
without :money, and so ts a he ede s wi.h alittl emv. -ms is party because may Evan.: Samua'.;2 cows, $5 50. '
one of the~times that this prie .,,SS ne ean. u 1. join, not lhat they have th princ'- .'.rd. Kc Io.; 10 og. $5 4 .,
( hng hppnd. .o -h re.res- Pf "P0 ..... .p.ies ot the Ordcer so *mtlch at. heart, and' ^' 5 hoses 48 co. (--,_
tative~s f thfis wealthy Company, att!e<.ed.^et as, for aotlenomntd hr E'va's W^hgon; cows ands8
80 healthy indeed as to volunta- of my name by d ffereiit ,apf1s in an too often found in the enm's El't T. E hor s>,$ 60.

riy offer to build a Railroad out o-f the State, ini&,nnetion with hen .. is a subject of Floyd, ls. 1 hor,* and 4,hogs,
Y tax bill that, failed to INaS-S out. last L -eacampmen i sa s oel t$6 20,' ~
though. our State two hundred islature. As a n -,a erofco reir''.m y a ...p re .ret, as M r. M iller said l- .''vd, $li 'am nd 1 co w,
iles. in le. gth w without asking ',as a public n66'ute a that .. the .... ]
sbect ,o 1w erntinized. au, Itifhot. that while the Division was s i O L,e ,1 2c, n'8 hogs,
Stateor individual aid. -Very it- -found in aco..)r.lance with the pIrposes rono, i n numerical strength tiat'f5 40 J/
l w' as ,t h t, Of _his ., t -l tt for whicb I wa%% e-t, t theJ. slature; o 1 For-t,J. J.;.I8c'ows, $6 26,
.- was ft-riu r n irmore I t"i-t "I '3' at no time were the grog-bhopsin -Friar, David; 10 cows, $6 92.
ter at the time) nor afterwards, should bie criticised and ev n censured. ... / and Floyd, Mariah- 2 cows id 11 hogs-
It seems now that there were not a few a more -posperous conullOn, ?iu. ,
add the i ter r pro- whoWere not OIly ready an,' willingto that it was a source of ,nortlfica- Flamar,, Mrs. 31ary; 1, hor .and 2
g ra m m e o n t h e ir r otudr n T he V ymd i't a ke i iai tas & bi, t Y ,.-re n o t slo w , / co w s $5 92 a n d
gra e ..... "r ret'rn i n .^ ^^.umiz uch Fesponsibilniti-s tion that these pla-es -were-the h lo-d Samnel;2 cows, $5 "
then began asking for, National, What th,.-y round the nrelves able to do huad..aters of leidiic-rcitizens of FuTby, Frank; I horse and" 3 cows, 1
State and individual aid1 ,and sa dtd notexctie a .s'syorth of i $7 40.
n ii a solicitude inIn mni,,land I--picrinitted it the_ ] aciy "and tha ( even Tern- Fleming,AV, sley; 1 horsn, 1Icow and'6
I order: to get everybody-i4n- "to'pa,4s--bt'stowmniu uponeach sculriu -;,-,- ,, m Meri crave them hogs $6 92. .. .
... ... "-,- V "thrUst that slle ft 'Coul-el nlpt. w hic .-t verairi e e a ne 2 rggs, ainnuel 2 c,,ws and 10 lho-,gs,
,res~t~ed !n; the toad, ,we nave, aone rite l'. moral encouragement by being so $5 24. s
been old: that the, agents :.ot We make nt a -u]e never to in- frequently in and around them. $9een, James 1 horse and 20 cmvs,
the-Oom'panynade'ifferent prom- dulge in scurrilous thrusts. To While the Division'ha.s not ac- Gordon, Gerald, 1 horse, $6 92.
every,"Wcy.,-ram. ra'n-(YeGoodeni, Stephen; 4 cows, $4 48,. .
s to.^.o everybody : from"Orange. be :suCre that% we had not gone back complIshed as much good as many Green, John; 10 hoes, $5 24,
Lake d'owry. to TaiMpa a~n'dI Char- on Our record, we took the trouble hoped it would, still it has acco -- Gore,$ Benjamin; 1 horse and 4cows,
lotte Harbor.,, 'We: will 'make but Ato go over the files of our paper, plis0d a great deal. It has res- Gardner, Simon, 5 hogs, $5 48.
pl agea dal Itha ra- Gardner, Simon,; 10hogs, $5 96.
neill~ustiatio~.I-.n Sumter coun- ?and we ended the task: with su- cued ind made MEN of some of the Harris, George; 2 cows, $5 48.
;: ty, Hon. Whitfield, Walker,, ia preme satisfaction, to ourselves, for grog-shop's most liberal patrons, Hogans, Reuben; (minor;) 1 horse, 26
xnbneber of the Senate,-i'es. n where did we find our columns Thd gentlemen are now 0rna- csnd6 hogsy, $8 56.
f h estrn prt f t'e'c11,tY.OnIdtAle by scurilus truss;"Holmes, lienry M; I1'lot at Silver
: he wYestern part of the county n, defiled by "scurrilous thrusts;" ments to the positions they occu- Spring, the s wi ofs w J,$4 72.
Lake-Pauacoffkee; Hon. Wm.nA. and-to our great astonishment we a Hardme, Ab, 1 A horse, ,$820.
'ok~ m mb r f lhe MIose, tl [d ro eli no h sl n py,: aid. are valuable to the, bust-- Hardee, Alber; 1 horse, $8 20.
c-i2 t ra members ofs, eould find'o'menion of this 1iHon- ness interests of our town. There Harris, William; 2 cows, $5 96.
-*: *ir '" i a, Harrison, Thomiias;5 ow andW 10ij hogsuH
, resides on Lake Harris in the eUs- orable gentleman s name. On be- needs n ore to be done, and we $69a.
... tern extremity of the county. 'Now half of nur noble confreres of the ho 1,good men and women Hampton, Will;1horse,$6 44.
there happens to be a severe ani- quill, we carefully and laboriously I I h Howard, Jacob; 1 horse, $6 20.
...will lend a helping hand freely to Holton, L; 1 horse and 8 cows, $9.'80."
masity existing between the twvo searched over their papers, as the cas. Holton,W B A J;1horwsn$5 24.
Sections of that county because of many as exchange with us, but in The livisioa has set apart cer- Harris, Mrs FM; blocks 30 and 12, lots
,the removal of the .6ourt House none of them could we find the in igts for the discussion of oc19,tsad4 of block
n --i 20, New Survey, Ocal.a,$
from: Sumterville to Leesburg.-- 'least mention of- the Honorable Tempeirice subjects alone, and it Harlin,.Solomon; 10 oews,,$524_
The question with the Company gentleman's name. Sometimes is, prob that the public wil lLewis;horseandhgs$86w 75.
-was how to make these extrFms the opponents of the tax bill were be-invitedlto these meetings. Henson, Peter; l horse, $7 40.
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Howard, Wil!lam; I h.'se and 3 cows,
92. ,
Howell, Frank; 1 horse, $7 40.
Hair, John; 1 horse and 16 hogs, $7 88.
Hogin, Johni 1 hors4 8 cuoiis'and 5
ogs, $11 24, i 1 '.--...
Hurse, A; 1 horse anrft6 cows, $8 60;'"
Hogan, Robert, (m106r;) 1 horse, 8-
.WS asnd 8 hogs, $8 B00) ,
ffarVeyj CharleS; 1 iorse ard cows,
83. 8 2 .
Henderson, Jerry; 1 16rse, 8 cows and
hogs, $7 84. .
Hanmpt~n, R P; 1 horse, $9 56. '* .,-',
Halrled, Daniel; 15 co0s, $7 40,
Hogan, D; 3 horses, 63 cows and 5
ogs, $15 60.
Hampton, Jerry; 4 hog, $5 48.
Howard, ,}ack; 1 hor and 6 hogs,
S 60.
Hampton, Wade; 4 cowi, $5 48.
Hillyard, Jackson, 2 horses, $10 80.
Howard, Mrs Francis; horsb and 26
ows, $10 96. ,
H-odge, Joseph; 5 cows, 5 75.
Holiday, S F. s w i or se of section
6, township 14, range 22; acres, .$9 76
Inniore, D M; 20 hogs, A t"
Irvine, Atgustus; 1 co; $5 48.
Jackson, William; I horsp anci 10 hogs,
Johnson, W A; 1 hors! and 15 cows,
10 24.
J :icobs, C J; 1 horse, 5 c ws and 6 hogs,
6 64". -
Johnson, Thomas; 1 house and 4 hogs,
7 40. -o "
Jenkins, John, jr; 2 cows and 8 hogs,
6 44.,.
Jones,'Pau!;-l.'cow$5-4a._ -.- .
J(ne,)1,Mrs Sal lie; 1 horse, $6 40.
,JaciS)s, Curtis; 1 harse, 2 cows and 4
og, $7 88.
J,.nkinu, Benjamin; 1 horse, $9 08.
Jacison, Watren; 1 horse, $7 40.,
Jacobs, Dave; 3 cows and 9 hogs, $5
Jones, J E; 1 horse, $10! 21.
Jump, JT M; 1 horse, 2 cows and 10
Logs, $7 64
Johnson, H'chsor.; I horse, $8 36.
Jenkins, William; 2 horses and 10
\ows, $14 94. ,
Kinley, Joseph; 1 horie and 5 hogs,
7 40. '
Yimley, James; 1 horse and 8 cows,
Kade, uColbert; 1 hork- and 4 cows,
9 80.'
Kilpattnck, 'Robert; 1 1Iorsv, $7 40
Lenirn, John; I horse, $6 !)2.
Lewis, Adanl; lor'se,?5 .72.
Lewis, Loniai; I tlor an 1 4 cow,
;7 40. '
Lancaster, Williami; l ]orse, $5 20.
] ylcs, j W; 2 cows, $7 64.
Lowdanu.John; 1 iorsc, $7 40.
Lemou, William; 1 liprse,2cowsand
0 hogs, $11 36 | ::
Levy, Orange: 6 co~s,",$6 44.
LaFaycttu, Willitian;llihorse, 7 88.
Landrum, Turner; 2 horses, 10 cows
nid 10 hugs,"$11 00, i
Lewvis, Sanncl; u wIV bf n e I of sec-
ion 4, to.vn':+,F 12, range 18, 40), wres,
7 84. +
Mentil.n, Abram; 1 horse, l cowand
hog's, SG (;8 :
itcCraney, l)uucan:' 2 horses and1 20
os,. $10 24 1 L
Maso], W Hi I borsen '1 cows anml' 1,)
gs, $8 32.
Moody, J B, jr; 2 cow-. o5 48
Mitchuil, Alired; I cow, -5 48.
Mycrs, 'r -1: 1 horse. s8 12.
li(cr, IiuliDhy, L hior,,- .'lnd 2 coiws,(
7 40. i<
.MiWfh'.:4. 'ohn: I cow, $5 24. "
Alcl) ,n'.il. F S; 2 h r'os,s so 80.
Iat-th'ws, ,him 0- !ut(s 1, 6 and 7 and
*acri'O,.;a p:,vt ot' lot 5 and 2 of,;eetou
,' t'vwnship 12, rai c.. 22, 59 acre:; lind
A of n w I of -ection 30, township 12'
sa uae' 22, SO, acres, '-I 1*! 50
:lixso-i, D )k; 1 horse, $7 88.
-,cDona,!'1, S!Ye..,,; I horsey $7 40.
.Morri' Chi"i I" 1 --v,, 5".-. ._43 _
M [.'r K t.i I \V', i' 'i -'ri ." -' ,il,"'. .i,. W S,
MIilhr, Mrs E F; 2 cows,.$4 24.._,
Moses, Allen; 1 horse, $7 40. +
Iyv rs..N:ith:i: 2 hors,-s, $9 SO.
Michl:iel, Tim. 1 horne,$, 84
Milch~l!, l'honir-; 2 hor.-ses., $5 o) .
AkeiDonlalLI, Ltew's; 1 Ihorus, ,ii 50
l.I .l;, 8 M; 1 horse, $7' 40.
Ostcun. Allen; 1 hoiPse, $6 64.,
*Ol1ver Tobias; 2 horses, $5 72.
Oats, Estate of B., J A Harris, af..nt
V ul b ,Ck 64 ii Ocala,,d nd 1^ of a. .ifh
r block, a 1/d -I of w os w o,1.-'_-
ion 28, low~nship 15, range 22, .40 ;icr'-~
16 2 ... +
Owens, Bosen, jr; 10ihogs, $5' 48.
Payne, A J); 1 horse, 12 cows and 14
logS,$7 92.
Pritctard, H; 1 horse, $7 40.
Patterson, Jefferson; 1 horse, 3 cows,
,nd 5 hogs, $7 64..
Peltigrew, JToseph; 1 horse, $5 ,72. j
Parties' Unknow~n, or 0 W Keep & C9
northi pdr't of section 10, township 12
'ange 20. 42 acre-,. fricli,_,ii~l part o _?e.:'
iot) 11, township 1"2, range 20, 60 acres
r'arcfonal part ot- section 5, towaship12
"sage 21, 110 acres, ,$141 60.
P-in lips, Charles; 1 horse, $8 12.
Porter. tlenry; 1 horse, 4 cows and
logs, $7 64. -
Pa.ish, Joseph; 1 horse and 8 cows
$8 36..
Perry, Peter; 1 horse and 8 cows, .i;'
2peterson, John; 1 cow, $5 48.
Pike, John; 1 horse and 10 cows, $8 56
Pike, Lj; 3 horses anil 65 cowvs, ,$19 4t3
Pike, Miss Martia; 60 cows. $11 20.
Pedrick, Thomas; 3 horses al'd 30 cows:

$20 60
Priest. A W; 2 horses, 60 cows and 2(
hogs, $22 28.
Queen, A H; 1 horse, $10 52.
Queen, George; 2 horses, $14 60.
Ricord, Levy, I horse and 2 cows, t$6 92
Rqff, George; 12 cows, $6 68.
Richardson, Mrs Lucinda; 2 cow.s
$4 48.
1 Hop. r, London-;, 2 horses and 3 cows
$10 52. ,
Richapr1, -ienry;.2 co\\ n 4 hioz, an-i 8
acres 61 tan{d, nvuubrs uiiknowin, $12 6!
Rolp. i.-,,, George; 9 sheep, $6 20.
lI"l 'V\', 5, Bazil; 1 horse, $8 12.
Reevexr, Jonat4an; 1 horse, $8 12.
o.in. ltree, .Jatmes; 2 cows, Si5 96.
x a-;,. Thomas; 2 horses, 2 cows an
5 lJ',, $" 96.
R ,i', Harrison; 1 cow, $5 48.
Richardson, Peter; 2 cows, $5 96.
'Roberts; [sham; 1 horse, $6 44.
Riley, J U;11 horse, 25 cows and
hogs, $11 92.
Russ1ll, J (; 1 horse, $7 12.
Reddin, Moses; 3 cows and 4 hog
$7 64.
Shictlin, Henry; 1 horse, $6 92.
-Syms, BenJamin; 8 hogs, $5 24.
Spikes, Samuel; 2 cows, $5 24.
Spates, Miss Elinor; 4 cows, $4 52.
Scarborough, George; 2 horses and
cows, $9 80.' I
Shannon, Hiram; 2 horses and 4 cow
S'St 80.
Summers, Harry; 2 cows, $5 24.
Stevenson,, Jim; 1 cow and 8 hog
$5 48.
Smith, GI14sco; s I of n e j of s w A
section 18., township -15, range'22,
acres; blocks 7 aud 12 at Silver Sprin
$6, 92. 1 .
Samns, Samuel; 6. cows, $6 44.
Snowidn, James; 3 horses and 20 ho-
$12 68.
Spann, M'L; 1 horse, $8 12.
Saulter, E; 1 horse, $5 48.
Schoflelcl, Lewis; 2 cows, $5 96.
Bamuel,Sams; 5",,w, $5 96.

Small, Sainuel 8 horses, 16 cows and
160 acres of land, numbers unknown,
$20 64.
Sellers, Alexander; 2 horses, 2 cows
and 8 hogs,110-,04.
, Summlers Sa'rdy; 1 cow, $5 48.
f; Sanders, James; 1 cow, $5 48.
S m Ith ,W E ; 8 c ow s, $9 08 .. : .
Sell, Wtllwqn; 1 cow, $5 48. .
Smelly. N'illiam; 10 cows, $6 68., :.
Spanri, Wilfi,; 1 horse, $6 44.
Smith, David;'12 hogs, $5 48.
, SmithI, W A; 1 Jiorse and 5 cows, $'336.
.Sliaw, %,DD; l1'6rse, $8 84. ,
$6Steiliens, George; 2 cows and 30 hogs,
.20. -
Taylor, Henry; 2 cows, $5 32.
Turned, G W; 8 cows, $5 96.
Taylor, Jno H; t horse, $7 40. -
Taylor, Caine; 2 cows, $6 24.
'lpoly, Alfred; 1 horse and 5 cows,
$8 36.-.
1Turgison, Lairy; I horse, $5 ,48.
Thomas, Jo-.-huj; 1 horse,.$8 36..
Thlin,as, Hnlrdey; 1 horse .in 36-.
$ST.4,'rer, Mrs Elizabeth; 40 cows, $8 80,
Tavlor, Mrs Ha .nah, 1 horse and 5,
hog-', $i 64. ...
Thomas,,W L; ,1 horse, 2 cows and 20
hogs, $7: "1V
Tininoiis. Mrs Jane; 1 horse, 8 cows
and 3 hogs,' 6 40.
Underwo-od,. Samuel, 1 horse, $6 92.
Vincent, ,J; 1 horse, $7 40'
Viaugtnii, B F; 1 horse and 4 cows,
$7 40.L .
Wilson, Hardy; 4 cows, $5 48.
Weeks, Miss Mary; 25 cows and 5 hogs,
__$7 (> '... .
Wyman, Benjamin; 1 horse, 6, Qo's
and 5 hogs, $7 12,
\Villiamson, Stephen; 10 hogs, +5 48.
Waits, George; 2 cows and 6 hogs,
$5 24. + + ,,, :
Whitman, Collins; I horse, 3 cows and
5 hos, $5'90. .
W.ai amS, Edward; 3 horses, 25 cows
and.15\og, s,$17 24.
Walker, -Jim; 5 cows, $5 98. i
Whiie, Johnson; 3 cows aand 10ll'cgs,
$5 72. t
W illa'ms, George, 1 horse and 2icows,
violialnq, Elijah; 6 cows, $5 48.'i
N',n;iii Jamiies; 1 horse, $6 44. ,
WVtt.olli, MIie Caroline; 5 cows, $4 72.
,llll:itns, rhnmas; 2 cow,-, $6 20i
\n i ., I Pa111; 1 h 'irse aiil2cows,66.i92.
\1.,,, \ I ,ia,; I horse, 4 cowsjind 8
h.". :2 ' i6 1 :
Vihaii.s, Washington; 3 cows, 72.
Villians, John; 2 cows, $6 44.
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W;lli;mas, Mrs Mary; .1 horse, cows HISTORY ... :;,-"
aid 31 h1 g $, $10 (10. Ji- In Iruari.p ng tilt? present edition fr' l
Wil!;,,nis, T W; 1 horse and cows, tle Press, it ha- ac>-orlit Llv bi,-e the
3 68. a. r, ain ol tile 'eDlnOri' o--J uwl *^ the ll-
"NVIilliui, Bi!l; 5 cows at__...O ogs, formation to, the, latest possible dates, ,
r> 'oi). -/ ; "^... andI to furnish an acctuiate'occountof.
Wils .nJo n; cows, $5 48. ,thiltl ost n dent 1,isLov%.ris in cieuce, ,'
- Willfams,'Johi; "I cow and 8 liois, ai o % t\,ry irvsh rorudluctilioIn, litera- i:
5 4 1S. tllu e' d ,, ile n 'L'eSt i venlions In l he -tl
W ilil lnsis. !. .1 Fannie; 10 cowsand 7 pr in it l '-i I, as wcll as to ive ajt, lk ** +.
(I,,__.4, ;*.<; Ir>. clic t :1l116 -TT "ia'. rt:urd oc t ae prog-
W :'L...n, A-lbert; 4 cows aad 7 hogs, ress of -;;a.;. r
Wil-oil, Ephriani;I1horsf+,,1 16. EVENTS. "- '
Jil IN, T ; 1 horse, $8 12. 0 '....11
V' -hliiion, Jack; 1 horse and41coivs Tih'work has 'been hei.m> '.1:ftier"vng.-.-
_\,'ll ) J 1 4and caroiul preliminary hl ,i'r, ai lI with
\ J", ,. olin; 4 cows, ""15 48. the most ample resources for c'ar'31urifiL
W.l,11dns, E' !; 4 horses, IS cowsanil on to a u.ncessfUl termination.
0 ilgo, $0 60. 4,ores1None of til original stereotype plate. "
W, ,h1, E-1,I horse and 4 hets, $7 16' hiaNve been used, but every page has been
\V,.,7,]. Jackson; I horse and 4 cows, PRNTED ON NEW TYPE,
$7 :.. -Forming lfa fact a new, Cycloptedlht,
,, FREDERICK* N. FO)Y, with the sanie- plau and coiiil.is, abtiLA
Collector of Revenue, 31: co., F. predcc.,.sor,. i but%%. ti> *a hu"l' -cat..r IvCt-.
SMay9th, 1677. my2--td i niary expenditure, and with such Un-
proM'el.ents i- l copositioni as have.
S s obeen sugg.rested by longer experience a,'
Com issionerS eillargeaklinowleagti-- '" "
'Ul~iaH '9 9 ..- THE 1LLUSTRAUIONS
lk'':11eiJ .'" Which introduced for the first time ht
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to 0 : W' t, 1 1 1.1^ t 11 T I. ot fNI V. ciy :,c, and ol- natural J,-istory,'aud de.-
A. D. 1..7;; u,,l< ;" an oi r er made ,lli tl,, ,,p h .ost tamons aud rcniarKable
7ih ,avy of Apri A. D. 1877, by his t s e a inous and ar t,
1 11no r h oh n [ M c .*t o s h (C o un t .l u Ie I t t ;,.J u psc esery a r C i i tt e C .i r e cua d a rt ,
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s ak'le to the highest bidder, before tile be ~ti hm enlt, n o pains ha tr t. iv n -a'c
Court Hous r door at.. ( cala in said co nn- o b l .iis u rl then Pi n
ty,-eC l ';iiii V:il.l> t lting t .) the estate '. w r t ir
of NE1,L FERGU dON, deceased, lying ARTISfilCX EXCELLENCE. "-
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