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Began in 1866; ceased in 1882.
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"Official Organ of the 5th Judicial Circuit".
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Editors: J. Wiggin, <1869>; F. Harris, W. McGrath, <1870>; W. McGrath, <1871-1872>; F. Harris, <1873-1876>; J. Harris, <1874-1875>.
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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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Wade The Swiss colony,. nflw, MtRZ.,
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and Koopmanschap, the ChineeKi ^^
bot man, isl ir`-'Memplu*^ ^i.;.^-
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venty tryiner to o~mbined fdr 'fier:M^'iotd' 1'
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otherr day. ;, ,.:. .ili ",
Wacdes The Suwanee coalony,. tav....
body struck because reqaired."ffW~^^
lred with penitentiarys 0.onv i --t '-
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IVadf the Advancement of Florida.

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bacco paid the United States
year fifteen thousand dollars ta
It is thought that General V
Hampton will be elected Presi
of the Charlotte, Coloubia
Augusta Railroad.
The census reporters state
this State has gained soy
thousand in population during
last ten years.
Rome Tucker is the name o
colored man who died in Wiln
ton, on the 23rd -instant, at
ripe age of one hundred.
They fine merchants in Cha
ton for not having signs in fro
their places of business.
A resolution has passed
Houses of the Legislature, f
the day of adjournment on th
of March.
The rice crop for 1870-'71
timated at 28,000 casks, beni
bushels to an acre of 23,220a
An inquest was held on the
of Mr. Bailey, who was mur
a few days ago on the Winn
. There was a 1persoual col
,n the Wilmington, Columbiv
Augusta Railroad, between a
inent railroad official and a'c
of this State.
A manager of the ilte ele<
for neglecting his duty.goes
for six months. Another,'f
same offence' goes to jail for
W. F. Hague, Assistant P
Secretary of the Governor, hi

anai Savannah Railroad in Milledge-
A balloon ascension was inter-
esting in connection with Lake's
circus entertainments at Valdosta
isft. Saturday.
he Eatonton Press of the 24th
s-tat'es that about $60,000 have been
subscribed in that vicinity to tho
Atlanta and Savannah Railroad,
J&-in Harris, charged with mau-
Slaugt'tei of James Storey on the
26th Ve'ember, was acquitted by a
jury of the Superior Court in Au-
gusta",oa ,Tuesday.
.The people of Jones county have
been experimenting with Swedish
laborers and are wonderfully pleas-
ed .with them.
' The Augusta Chronicle and Sen,
tinel s%3y that or Sunday last a col-
ored man, 'named Joe Akerman,
-tole, a horse from -- ing, colo-
red, who lives in Barnwll county,
South Carolina, about forty-two
miles fiol' this city.
The case of Fred. Knupfer, of
lAuggusta, against the City Council,
9laiwing damages for panes of glass
broken by t49.discharge of camnon,
Ohich;'*ro discharged in honor of
the Democra tic victory last' Decem-

ber, was disini'sed at plaintiff's cost
in one of the Justices' Courts iB
-that citybon Tuesday last.
Goverio'r Stephensou wvill resign
,hortly, and make Louisville his
future home.
The Legislature has passed refb.
._Iutiins as3kitg for a repeal of the
law with regUrd to National banks.
!hexre are 680 convicts ip the
i-epite'utiary--456 males and th-o
-^ i- iafem l~o;.- ...-.' -- --.:.,.---, .v
New Orleanti is having a nice
tiue N ith, its r-Aler skating rink.
There are several propoSitions be-
fore the Legislature to create new
p a 'iph esa. ,
The, Picay,,une notes the arrival
.t New Orleaus of" a party of Eng
lish oeuigranus destined for Hazle,
hurst, 5iis,
A Ramie Planting and.,Manufac
touring Company has been organ-
ized iu New Orleans for the pur
'po0e of manufacturiug fabrics to b(
wovea from the fibre of the rami<
A party of gentlemei
are in Mississippi prospecting landi
for foreign immigrnatiom .
Hon. L. Q. C. Lamar has resum
ed the practice of law, having re.
signed his chair in the Universit,
[ A Vicksburg dealer reeentl;
received a shipment of 1,000 ra
t bits from Cairo. They Sold at
'50 a doaen.
Professor S. S. Granberry, Sup(
"rintendent of the Orphan's Hem,
died on the 13th of January in Lait
" 'derdale county. "'*
' "Vdimington, North Car0lin,
npaves her streets with saw dust,
Charlotte wants a railroad 1
Savannah, via Lancaster S, O.
nr The turpentine business is or
of the most important interests
this State.

There is a great deal of cottc
still unpicked in many parts
t) this State.

Three thousand acres of land
Robeson county, were sold a she
time ago for 813.
a The day of fasting and pray,
t- for the deliverance of Holden wi
duly observed by the'negroes iK t
portion s of the State.
The recently converted, impeach
in ed and baptised Governor is-gob
to be associate editorCof a religit
Vhe SSteaviNt America. state
as that Mr. j. H. Dalhoa of that nei'
nt borhoods"'a manufacturer tf 1

yI. ";.

A Social 'Game w
BY MliRK 4r-W&}
n't go .7D much (f l41lU
played with a strt14
"ee-rlu rt]S,] e;,'1t,!d w
.boar.]- thbe N a Zob 4 "1
*i (,jreefmtootb', c.Baapy1
je pass tle~ligio a
,'Vlttle game or- c,',.
,.harmlnes~s ttay'^ ^... ^

ever bed sueh 'n' a "k
; ,,..,, t "l ..'' i

llayj' g hnii f.A-.v
I'dl bust, tsUe1 4-6 1^

fo'i, in (avmor of-
ai'ust, John M.
i~d on and-will


S-that(he saia &ati ator file.
office 701 (ti Probate ,iw~, a..,p0n-1
iedn~e,o'f u11 asset -of fw said lp,
Estate, and itis f.urther?.srdet ,
LI persons ;having claiias'against tk'o.
Atwe 'tile thie.- samen a.l,.Offi0ee.on
Le'th'e 14th,bday ,,of.-Marcbh-. 1871,
fsang;, %t are."there wAil 1'e a final
16M-t f ski Wate. ard a pro rata
irfon -aOmng. the seswtal crcdjihots
fi ""1 ,2* z. _i ,.^' "l *^*, '<*

A p o i e o. . t a l e o n 't b d. r "' '( '
' ; I jL L l. -&A 11 1 1.
.'!reS MtONDA,. IN r ,yP^ A.D. .1871,
'r-,s : ,."* *
before the .0,01i'rtoU3e oori'n .t.h' town of
Oddl a, w ltl~iha...tf0, iegal fioar' C, s'3.
following... described;. lands'i la wit --The
northwestt quarter ofth Eoutiheaht qn1art'
,ltho-south iast,41arter qt the. north Z .

4 4 1 :IA AA .A EL -.6
, chairss, 3 bedstqa- '.
piI'ow8s,v2 s-pring beds, 1 eItoiiion lable;
1 cobunion table, 1 small table) *2tristl-'.
stands, 1 bureau, 1 wire easaI' ('dculle
wagon, 1 cook stove, 14 plates, and I h)orle
named "Bill," and two mules named "Fah,"
and "Nan," levied upon as the property
of The said John M. Taylor, juuior, at the
suit o' Charles H. Uarne^.
Shotiff Mairiou (.Courty, Florida.
.S. 31. G. GAkhY, Plaitdiff's Attorney.
C Commissioner's Sale of

*Real Estate.
In the matter C.I"the E--) Application for
tate of Dnuiel Edwards, > s.ale of Real es-
dec-a.ed. L i tatse tor div'U.
In obedience to .qn order, made Ly Hon,
HPnry Row,,t.reue,- Jud',ge ,,f the County
COurfc for Fernando Counkty, Florida,, in'
the ,-:ase abovo stated, dated Nevemher '25;,,
1870, I will offer .o-r ale, on thi promises,
on the


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,., Nol 'fo Fbma Dismissal.
. IX mohthsl 'after*'he firat publication of
7 '1this notice, I will apply to the Honor
Jble udgo of-Probate for the county of
t farionn. ta be diabharged hron] the ailmin-
is'at.ioUi oa> the estate,of A. W. TIadden,
lhte of said. ounty, deceased at. \,ielt
'tite I,.wi pVresent my fiual aeceoput.s and
rouchers- ,YWj LONG.
'. ,ep 4---r..m .. Adniinist~rator.

only sociald 0futte."^ ^ ^'
Biweby, the chap' t e'.'" _..
-If 11his wippb3 : U *i^^ ^s*l''
And I could diskeerd two''.. pI ave
a litle-j.:ker ; "' ?'-
I'd, backL ruy three, rlefiia-&. ^ tl
:could a Z.-wd, '"""B"^'
Agin three kerdt .-in any b, 'Is
around this bojidd.", :'
I looked miue over. 'Rich ",i^.' f I
gin a chuckle mertry,' 'i i
And know'd I hehiif, i e,
.y o u 're-..Iy h't ( k eib.I- t ''.
Then .eacli'-of US dide'rde'Sl i, all
qea.s ba<-- .*wt* B
And kaow d tohe-',Vo.idJj~ov^]^ ,e
ker&t in the.pack.v,-',
Soft, tLing? I gess- Dnot i'B ,
"je-st, a'm.x!it, ef,yp. ok.-
stz,he, "'Wal, aeueo you, L'II
chip a V on't-t e.'/i1,'* 1,
,Je8 so," t 1, "1 seedt ^ m
X -4 better.'."! "'|'
That'4.jest my s ;' j'
thAt 1. ,bn't be Q6 t:i,..."
To cut, tishort, 1 we 1# l a
little. agou ,. .
hed a'su-e thmin -Je-i H '
.u hot Old "1')1-21 ,:. N
My *pnd got dry,, 'i. .'^ ^
Sl>'ea dl .ihe iri aces; ^ a'B ,'
And rebi Ibr t l3t.,.o
.Hold o,"'-Le2 h -,'e
cez f, they can't be beat
By no three kerds. Them aces must be
jest as g,,)-J as wheat."
"N al, hhercas fbref club--a fiush/'sez hIO
"a L011A1h will still beat threes,
And capture your three acea aud the "potO"
wsilt lie,'feerL ease."

"J I A, 11 I r ., t w ", o ,
LOd, .tisof FineJ Dismisal.
ke. 'I *., r i i. -, pn li* o of
.Tl.QIX irintba alter tieidd.tift pbication'of
this notice I will apply to t.he 1on0or-
blq,'Jbdgl' of Probate f,,r the county of
Wh.'aion to'!be discharged f'rom the admin-
-^ 'tithe' SuIuuel Origg?,
ie e ". At .vwhichl timeI will preaeht.jy)
;"._.t'''' @ .,"fi .' ,lmi6 ini rar.ris.
,fc eg Fidal Da smissal.
^ i^ i afer.the first publieatiorihof
ot.e, I will prese't4.n"' fiUalrteturn
?^ iDiti-gt0rr,Wt the est'te of Josepb
,"t.t evon.rn&'able .'Jug of '.the
& ^'Ctiftr".MAriou County.,i-nd ap
','ttlr, :e h'oiu tho iiaduini.-I.
en, o ct n t
INP L: .itr.LD, i.


nest'i ft-llowinw described T'ae't of Land
l: ,-,.r,,. gi to -iid eitatl siLu Led ip )1l -
riot, Coulty and St:ite al.,re..'id, to wit.:
'li'h N.>rth half ,,f the Smthient quarter
of Section 7, T,.wlAil) 1:3, lauue.t2,), coi-
lainoi" Eijghi kfl) ar-re moloe or Ihs.
TislecSto t.i pomeniuc al t12, o'clock, M
TLfM -A-TIhe pir,:bii.Lo mon,>y to be 1:'Hid
Min CAPHLand tihe -hur,_'h Afl 'u pay 'caI llr
tilles aod stamps.
.elli Couiki onuer.
'Brooki3Til!>i, Flot'ida,. December ift
l;t ,. d ec' :4- -liiw lw
det -4 'tl


,s aft,.rtfhe'fi.-A pudlieaton ot
j 'otic,, 'I W v ll pply 1o 6 boI-, Honor-
l,< o r,,ba,tt, tbr the Ci nty*(yo
t ib d hai 'h I'i'h tife Adiin-
*^ EwTafe '0 J., I,, Rs, de-
i'ot,,'. Uim I, e win^^eht-iy

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turned to Columbia, brgim gwithi
him as.^id ^"^'e :

of ench C: Coxe, Esq., sti
Greenville, was destroyed by fire
an Sunday night.. Loss $700.
Col. E. L, Mann, who has been
absent West for a few weeks re-
ttrned to hief home: in Abbeville, on
the 17th instant, and was met at
the depot "y mary of the citizens.
The Columbia Phonix, says that
that 'city has recently lost several of
its most valuable citizens by remo--

"^ ., ,th ql l, Cre,|itors'
'J g^ ^ .'otl *'fr .i''B iJ. h i
'I fetitna .:oTshitll, 'N I L '.
'ult m ,a-t, All,'
: ry '. Mar -1ll,
pt arip n g t tho e sati.iaetion ,,,fl',tl
0. t by alSm lavit that the ,te n~aut.?, ,3t-
[ ,'! '-hl/,_f W. j rM l",a., J. QuiLms Marshl,,1l,
j*'ij~ F4 J fi^^ t^ q-M'ih.
., nitot aft.wrdu, iii,- f,." ,"-nd w -i la
.".i 6t.Btte, ari, that they *r"lfide in the Stale
If'.J (i'-, 1" O'itt. ti, o th,,
S.rtf6r la,'ioa -d'.ct
ty*' It t'vi -tae e wy loarldd nn..1 that llitz
l id~ef'-di.1d8aila,-^r-)p'eir i'it.,,,, f.. ,n.nd
-:lv p1ir, t&ey'l',. n ri.-- ,,tae 'imtos
.im_rltvi'. r t ,i w ich
A -tiwne ar tere-iled, ani, -upon
to.^^1- -,4htl' t VIC,0.of tihe gib-
e bv pi.lifiuilotio a8nd 1hb t the
-olda ^ojftst 'be. -m(i. Ei lo nln. ror
tS "in'i..llll^^^^^ 'WW tO etrAr
j o e4 d. afto tite publiea-
fthisordmlr,1 ox bt, keaiderod add
ged in default. 1 t ,
s 0e furthe opd M'rl!Ap this order be
U shed in the Eaidsr#.%n'idii Uner.once
1k for f6r1 i L Puth9 "
.tt. 1Olh, iSfo. ..,J.H. GOSS,
. ... ', ----.-'-Y ~ A dge.
,' i 'I. as. A. llaias, ClerkA of je Circuit
>' Conrer"for the county- (.A Malido, State of
F" Flora,r- do hereby eerfif, y that. the above
is it true hijd correct copi of the original
erdcr q'ii file in, wy office alAong theapers
itnl'.e ,bopw" stated cause. .
In tottiony here-
".' ".t'-.ti a, t lt(8 ly haifil l andtrthe seal of
,' .'.,.Ai Court at the,'CouHt House in
"S .' \ ,' )'aill,l thii 28rd da !,'Septe.uiber,
I' .h ,' r. JAWtS? A. HARRIS,
? 1^',1 Clerk Oircuilb'Court, M. 0. F.
a-1' (*.^ 2'4-4ut % '.

nS uion', a ter the 1it pnLl~if.alion of
. tli ji iticN, [ will apply l the lliar-
Hl'le Juihaw. liT Prolh '., lfor thjo C snty of
v.h~rlrltil,,)Ile 1 l' -ihc'ir) er frufrn tlh Atiuiln-
r l lO < 1 < "- r;'tc of Frii.,
d, .-:,., ,ir, at'w hi.,-i [iie I w '. i.:[ -_c'-^ m y
final al 't.'I,,,'t -' ] \I'ol ,ro i .h
it. W. I,4-0'Oi
E .H I L U D4LT F).' N-' I A dw hir',zir ~lo r.
,,pt )t~

125,000 pounds"''f 'd .r'd-dte
New York. ":
The Lynchburg negroes have"-`
passed resolutions againia a gba ,
eral amnesty, ..
A letter from DMnville to' th ,
Alexandria GazetteI says thjat- .
tobacco factories are'closed. ",'
The Governors of this State 4 a
Maryland are still exchanging, leig
terms about the oyster troubles.
The am6unt of tax collected by
the State on oysters duringDeemAl .
ber, 1870, was $7,416 8 ., ;
A girl of sixteen has dieI .of'f
home sickneslet a Richmaon jbord-d: -;
ng school. .. ...* .', ',

The Legislatire isl discluafs.ingS f
measure to, abolsh th whipping '
post.- The negroes gofor-i r I
ley 4,ailroatdwill Ottainl 'buie "tJ
within three years, ari^'potil.,
within twelve months,. ... .,": ^
Mr. Aaron Read, father ofB. & y
Dr. 00 H. Read, 'of Richmond diea ,
in that city last Friday, at thM Ii *"
vanced agO' of nnety yecrd. f'
Miss Liz:4i .Van Lew, rosbw &, .
tressaof ichmond, has decimd %alt..
ie .frarik`'Oa-WCongieksn~tw"'vfc'
not carryaolatter mal d at tlat .
offioe, when. she has reawm 0 bc'.
lieve that the; Congressmaw is not
in the dty .

.Tho testimony of a daughter '
the repent Indiana divorm, suif '
-co usi've. 1" father got mnid be.,
cause mother ttaiChed his Btookihgver.
Mother picked up the stockhn q n* o -
hit'father. an the heod *tLa tb ';'"'
and it seundi^ t though t4W4 r!.1 r :
-tiPkr of wood. 'Vather thef ::
--e a hot wheat oake 4016rjt
throat, and then moiehi" t l e t;,
on father; and tm stA"\Iie *A'

Vv'i Will prr,.tiee .aw iu Iliec ountfes of
Mr.rno ri-n, li A 1 .0 cihua in th:- -;tatz ai t ,o.1 Ui'!-
hi'.l bt.iti. C.'"Lr't. Ontii s in) ,,i m:ii'.-vili.:-,
Ah';.!iua o,.>iinty. iiay 1- tf

W ILL ,.;Lmimi e thp ,..^','n, of D.-iti.t-
yA. HI ,1' V t,'l',:e ill <-,a-.l !il' l N il be
hapliy to a.lit On luy ,:*u.lo,':-, rs at any
.iLi, th,:.- Nway b:e in neet >'t Bmiy [,pro!',.-
ional services. Ttrjm ca.-i, or comutry
l.,,.odu,.r. G', iJ. A1LLUED.
I:T. B24, 186R, ) y- 2
0. tV. BROWN,

P'u,:!.1ld Now you're' tatdn'r I was
.lu,.-kem ;h bavre ad any goose!
I would beyv rt, but I soon semd it would'nt
be Io u:ie ;
Tbhte threo mooth chaps was on. it, and
wag'nt af'eaill of dauger.
Sence then, I don't% po much onasooia, ea-
uhrc Nv.I'h it stranger !

y v'4,'t i w o r p '""it (.A' eXi itii., t i ',-,
oitt of fl ,-?ii ci uit Court (t1f the U it.'..l-d
1 1s, l,_,r iheF t[I 'Ci,',-lit and,' Nor'.thKri
1rksuli.t "t' Fhnri,!a, in hiiidi John L. Vil-
lalonga,isnnrviving, parti, er of o,:,.-tr.,n & Vil-
Itilonffi, is plaintiff Tand Fraueos M. I'yles
is dt-ffdant, I hav to vied u,',o arinI will
expose for sale, to the biahelt bidder ;c
Oedla.9 F 1,rid II 11 th? lIt. .Mniday in l 'ari
ui, i "%lb71, all lTh- righl, tiil-and e-'a.e
o ri ec ar APIeos. tm the fillowin dti
'Scvil~dd p,',pe,'ty, to-wit:
' "' sV l, hlf ors e qr, ,:-c 18, t.-wnridiv], l .
rage *22', in Ocala, Flurmda, .ee-.Llunw tW,.:
acres sol to S. D. McConuell in lSrt7.
Salou t) be at 12 m in front of Court
Rouse door. Tprui;s crih.
11. S. Marshal,
oct 29-td
The amlove ale is postpone,1 tlinl
"Ohe first Mouclay in February, 1661.
do SO0

-Mrs. Elizabeth, Emerson, widow
of an old Revolutionary soldier,
died at the residence of her son-in-
law, Mr. John Carter, in Anderson
county, recently, .
The Sumter Watchman states
that the gin house of Mr. 3."..'
Foxworth,on the plantatiou lately
owned by Mr. W. &. Richardson,
was destroyed'byfire on the evens
ing of the 10th inst.
he Yorkville Enquirer says that
ijohn J. 3oag, who resides near
Smith's Turnout, killed liY~mnselfhy
cutting his throat with a kniferon
Wednesday night last.'
A colored woman, named Maria
Wlllis,-an idiot, aged about 60 years
.was killed on the Railroad
-at Williston, by being struck by, a
train, while walking by its side,
The Columbia Union says that at
a Woman's Rights meeting, heldjpn
Wednesday evening, at thl resi,
dence of General Whipper, Miss L.
Rollin was elected temporary chair-
man, and Ron. F. J. Moses, Jr., as
Western Texas suffers from scar-
city of beeves. \,
Martial law has been |roitaim'ed
'in Henderson county.
rhenegro farmers -,of eleven
,'counties have held a conventio& ID
i( Houston, fortho purpose oof eanqow
raging negroes t o acquire atd "Atl-
/ tivate s.frms, instead of sAying
, abotft towU and village8,depedinug
i upon the precarious meaww f olur
1 port there to be obtained.

n The, c4l supply ofeeide
k exhttusted.

Alabama lachk an. Executive
There ore 378 convicts in the
State Penitentiary
Selma has an artesiawiwell in
successful operation.
Mobile is to have a regular sea
line line to New York, by way of
Fernaudiua, Florida.
" The Union League ha#. not held
a meeting in Montgomery pince the
8th of last November. .
Meningitis is prevailing to a con-
siderable extent, in Montgomery
and has proved fatal inseveral in



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feb 19-ly


Y VIRTUE of a Decree in Clhinceiy,
wherein Mary R. Dickson, as Adminis.
tratrix of the Eate of l' eury a Dickson.
is the complainIaUL, andThoroa Huuhty ip
the defendant, upon a suit of foreclosure,
I have levied upou and will expoia tor inle,
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tyvgg'esthn ,if Insohvency. K,
O,?'l OIFFLO''.I D A ) In P:obn,6Lo court,
.Mtmioi'i county. A*' At chambers.
'l^Vcra,s. l1 V. L .-6 t.!''^ A.- N V.Ha-Jden
ftW ,.1 h.lio^tis"-,tav <6d a wri..ten
,.q.i ,iof" lA I o u:,:.l' n,:v of a,,ii1
!, ;iiTlh rfrl'clre ond,,rvd, t,hl;.t. th,
;td I i.t,'trvlur file iu this offi-.e- of
^ rol;? ),%ouPI, a .C.- Ite schedule
^.yPE-t^'^tie A*ii ns~v' Estate
,.o'd~rc ..tiiatli all per-
l.inclan)s gt bs e th Sail
te t **ufe i'M sai-l.ofico on
ifet0rg~t~bJth l~i~." v-- 6l Ap~rile 1y71,
S.'6'u 'uii'io'^ (!cr^ .tli':rt? will le a.
I"''.tteof rtoii4d estate, aud a
rat ^. firibtltion arnoug the sov-
,i4 'fe, s thereof.
.1-.,iveu'udnder rv hbnd" and l-al
' ,of 01&6, at- Oonit,' this -22|0"t,.
S''.%'.av, o~ Oct<.boel, x p.I.$...0.
, "AKER, "."E,, ,q dge, and
,,, xt*6 judge o[ rebate.
;Ot 221fe6n' 1?70, '


bllre the Co^ ou.e, f $be town or
ejala,#_4thin rh& legal.llours of aale, the
ifollowia'a; dcseribe'i' 1,iud, to :-
" tll that. parcel trTrac, of Laud. contain-
ing i he HotelBuiltding,;; at Oranuke Spings,
ibi tl)e county ot Marion, in tlie State of
Poisia, bounded asiollowa : bedinniag at
tho southwest corner of Mlain ald St,['in;;
t.treeta, on the Range line dividing twenty-
three an,, twenty four, and luntning north
ibn said Range lia'e one hundred mad lotty
varle to corner; thence due east one b An-
d,'ed aBII'Iforty yavrdla to eo,'uer ; thieuee due
south one hund, tl and forty yards to Main
street; thence due west along the north
line of Main sU.eet lo the beginniug cvu-
taining FOUR ACRES, or thereabouts.
Sheriff Marion County, Florida.
S. S. M. 1-d. -IVARY, Plaint "a AtLoruey.
i 'r

Mrs. Pauline Williams, wife o
Vol. Price Williams, President o
the Mobile Board of Trade, died on
the 17th it instant.
About 50'000 acres of land in
Lowndes county will be sold fo
taxes in March, unless the amount
due are paid up in time.
Mrs. Sarah Alexander
Barbour county, on the 4th instant
in the 64th year of-"4W 0.'Sh(
was a native of Poft"' pp.
ARKA ]XAft*. --.,;
The Little Kolila ca
ures the Legislt e' i
new revision of0 th6 r l ta
ut.s. ., .
General S. B. VNkil -.waB i
Aagusta yesterday. 1 "
Parepa Rosa wiIV,#'lf .">ft4as
in February. .., i
Eighty-one hun$( S bf% v
recently sibscribe" ( .&Qn



W1ll practice in the Courts of the State
and United States. [2ht;]

In'all parts of the Uuited States, to sell
A1111 ERB HN, LRY1

Agents are making ';.00 to A:.00 pelr
week selliu, {.he Alliminum Jewelry. The
best imitation of gold ever introduced. It
has the eXsIct c0o0or, whieh it always re-
1ainu, and slands the teit, of the trongest,
aids. No one',cau tell it. from g,-d only
by weight-the Aluminum Gold being
about 1-10 ligbtwr. L. '. DEFoar-ET & Co
are selling tbleir goods tor 1-10 the price
gold je" etlry i- 3 old for, and on most liberal
terms to agents-1-4 cash, balance in 30,
60 and 90 days. We send persons wishing
to ;I-Gets, oa ful and complete, ns-
sorleut ot goods, consisting of Seals,
Braceletq, Lockets, Ladies' and Gentw
Chain--,Pins. Rings, Sleeve Buttons, Studs,
&c., for $1<--J- to be paid when the
goods are received, ihe o~her$75 in 30, 60
and 90 days. Parties wishing to order
good and act ns'agents will addre.-s,
,oV 1 .0- 40 & 42 BroadwayN, T.



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filialDismifl Wih practice id the Easteru and South
iAtor.tfirat pub'catio o ni Judicial Circuit-% may20--ly
'to'vlho.-tba-oudr- e
'the CQ cly oft BEST STORY' PA.
li rt o t .INmin' ea ,'61 113C vrNiVF&,-
Joh, 'attinage |^6.A.^ Prize to every
-vik l Rreqeut tay "H .ubscriber. Send
stamp for Priza Circa-
c.. oularand Specimen, J. R. ELLIOTT, Pub-
,:.i* to s i- l *'lhh.r,. B o toB; M asa.. a6 :'5- -!







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DY VIRTUE or an ex,,,mfio om t' *
[) Circuit Court for Marion county, Flor. "I
ja, in favor of T., W. Caldwell, and
-ainst IV W McMortis,,]lhave levied '
ipon, andJ -will sell, before the Conrt
house, in Ol ala, ou Mondav, thae 6th'
;iV of March next, ill the interest of'
V.'. -V. MMrrs iu thte following laudly
(, wit :
Tl h.v stu'least. qurter or.seclion 19;.
he tast half -o iisIctOn 30; tbe east half
eCti,-,n 31; tlh; s,:tt'we~t quarter andi
,orthwest halfto,thsot"0llitoast quarter'.
)1' 211-tior 1 *)n; the weLst half, ihe north
,ag uarsr( a~l, ,lt.. \the. et h,lf of the

Tax Sale.


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*OfcjLA BAtr&AYFEB. 4fth. 1871,' f(

; Vrm. n.- trat,, E^t & Propri'tr. v
'. ., State"of the South.
*'Tere is, rac 'in, our daily pg.

-:.fravion going South, and espe-

f#;."-iaty, :.ta .Otpu S~tt. Some be-,.
.:>:. ;i .these reports; not knowing
K ny, better bit I know.frp. ex.
:::4+ periehceAn.:.the South many of
"jthe's are, untrue. He who will
',,:^.,.hider immigration into
'.'C'" "'"^W.Beot4o for present iai is. an
, ih'*ft citizenn" Etra.ct from
d ,'lt 1, ow a.
. ; Our frie,,hd-is correct in is im1.-
pregsios regarding the condition
*pf this State ct" least; and we as.
so Bert without" fear 'of uWCos6ful, con.
: ,tradictioti that there little0vi0
; IbheA, 4,nddiS bi uh; safety for any
person.,f whatever.-:nativity, in^
o ta anycou ttry on earth,
iThat' b4d meA 'i'fimes violate
'" 'e' ( > lihere, as^ they do every

,where else, is true 'but 'it is also
; trae'that people of every national
i*."v,.,fQ}m all the northern States
4 ranVbfovery s'hade of political cotb.
y.'< plvoon, are scattered,' throughout
this State, and 'arei innre, appre
/"'hensive of'danaer they would
.bpo .the city of Bgston.
.ManX of, these reports are manu-
factured out of :,*hoiecloth; and,
,where they are basd 'vpon" {' fcts,' :
those facts are, ill. mIst M ases, col
,.red. and distorted until they bear
bTut little resemblance to the truth.
"'..Botb political parties have been
anuPicturin- antd trading uponi
Ibes% reports, very little to their'
;6bip advantage, and to the great
detriment of the bcss.,interests..o0`
"the, country.' ; "
,,. I; is:sai.d hat a petitions been
,.presented ^ to1 Conress represeniting
,..' ..Solred- people a-re denicil the equit
'.. potection ot the laws, and are 'Mal.
treated anwl murdered' for exorcism.
'? 'ng the rights of 'cii~zen@, 'We will
? 'not undertake to -speak for: other
^ States; but,I sofar, as :Florida is
d. eoncei'ned, .beese.,s'atemnents have
not .not a.shadow offoundation in truth,
The people look, to t -re's ftir a
,c correct and rzeliable representation
off'icrs ft"least,;'and when'it londs
Y issel rtb the propagation 6:f false
r hotd fr a.ny purpose whatever, it
,Bsinks,': itself beneath contempt.
T here a ke many persons of exuberl
R nt .fancy who are ready to swal.
Sl,,01 any story w Mcl ministers' tc
their;passion for the horrible, and
. to'give. itcirculation.retouchd with
the coloring of their own brilliant
: imBaginations'; and to 'such people
'*[ much +,f the disturbanee which ag.
r:itaites- the country' is ,owing. Il
they w,ere gagged and 'put into
*': strait j~aek'ets it would be better foi
'.e* eryfC hndv', '' , "

1 '\lLL. -ell at ;.1 l|:," S h lt, heort ili .:a
3 <'>.rth, .,n 10 U r, ill the rmwn t4 f Let- -
I .,ii.' t, twc-en thc.Jef~al ,h,,iiiS of sailc i,< --
.\ ...,mi:,.. h h ie Cti tioiy ,"?j A cti, Sl S -11 '
tl,,- billowingg p!roperty,'4 xvlit: W
.One,gramy-_uare, t. ,)i-Iv on exe,:ll 1on
in favor "of AL Ei'-lit-lb,-:ger, lor thlip-
no+-k uf, togent fr %%iri, the f'olt of" r
su.nit. '. , ^[.'$ S ItYt:fc r ,- ..
jn 14 Shtrifl6 'Sulu,6.- Co'Ji:.!"

U 1. 1ARSHA L'_ SALU ,
BY VIRTURE "'of a'rwift el o xceution,.,
issued out of the ,, eourt. 6f the-'
Unfited- States, f.)," tli, Fiflh Judicial.
circuit abd \orti-e,n ,Tfikji&t of Florida, ';
in which Co, l*n,Hanktk 'tr &;o iire.plain-
tiffs and Willinim J. a.--;hlll ik defendant): _
i have -evie,: f. n and will'sell at. ala *
Florida,, on Awvimy, Febunary C:irh,.A,D- ,
1871. at t1e u ual lionr, lfiori he Court "
House d,,or, the foll'winz dk-cribvd prop-.
,erty. or si rm ,'-h cf it '% .fVi.iuihy said J.
exeeitio-n, to \,. i\: '
8 bales o( llort 'sfile cotton, A& 350O
"bushels of.corn, more or less. '-
,90- ., ,V EXNT\ ORTI?,
.Hnlited States MarAal: "
To AA. B. 0 RCrT'tB'#,LD, pc|| De-
vputy, 7. ";. 7 .
i~(oA -TARL S A B
VIRTUE of an, execution ` in my
hands,, against Johb Williams, in favor of'
Adam L. Eishelberger, kyr tbh use of, ano-
thee, I will se!lon Monday, the 6tl "day of'
Fe.bruary ,ID. 18714, a.. Ooala, between "
the usual "nmu3rs of saleT.w four head of Meat Hogs;ia'd wen y btwh-
e!s of orn, levied .on a the prIoperty of'
the said John Williams. -
.ja '7 Sp,wjal Constable.,

O O N ST A B L E '" S S A L B B i
j Vl 1TUE of a'. ..(eeutio. m. "t )
hahds, aigainst ,'inn,Ty Wilianim, iw fti% '
vor of Adam L. Eivhelberger, -for the ni?.
of another, lwill se, 914i Monday. tife 6it-,
day .-f Febr a8ry,'A.D871, at 0eAla, bi '
tween ti. u&u!l he-a : af sale. fifty,-tw.,
bushels of'corn, .levi3 oon ai & prupert" "
of the said inney Williams.
B .iA x. TCH' FIELD, .
in 7 3 SxiColiuktaMp1
.Ljit'tK ]k'.LE.-h~y virltf, or auex ..
tion, isSued against John 0. mattfw*,,
in favor -f0J.vfltrson B'tJ; Jfango.. -*will
sell, on Mbnday, thie tW'day of February,
A.D. ?tl. in the town ofibcala, dnrhneth?
legal hours cf sale, the Medride lAnd, Io.
vied upon as the propei.ty 4. John 0.
Matthews, '
The numbers will. e g*Wm on the day ,
of ftle.
.l TORS'-All peton having c l im.r
defmid -agAipt tl, a ta of Wuiiaom
Me~ahagft, d ease, Ia of-Mwn o* ,, are hereby require* xd Dotf~le
fro pretpok the Gamae pnllperly *ta~nkh ftx
to the underigned Adifituisrtrist vfltl
the time presribed by liw, or npen draltl
this notloe will be pf iM d W tm thl a il
And all persons indebted tolt he dm_
are rquested to miok o
to S. 0. O. OGTA ML or to "4 "f
wft H. TYRZA .M Ji P OUL ;^g

400 byftTJPBAB^ .
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,ns Town Council. l ) -S 1 ,''t ,,I .X,,l,:TE. W,, N ,s
] p i .. 1:,.. i.. d,.-i t,,, v C.. c,, l.1,i l ,.., It ,o,, tIe
oW T h e c on sid eration' o f th e ca se 210 "' -, ,';"o- ).,', ,, ;,,I ;- i :t 4 ',,f F lo rl a, to m e
b e o f B u r r e l l D u u k i n s T o w n F L Oir t u I At s M Ad rOvv 'i t ,I' o ''-"S a l ,,:,r "i r h e r v u c r e: at i ,
di Marshal, charged with embezzling fi; ,V. ofthe Coin, fo I.),,Y ... -di, .,I .. .e
d e r th e to0 u fu n d s, -w as referred b y th e ilio'1eial is triet o f' F lo d h. ioIIv a i ,. o f,,., r ,, ,, to -it .
_m m,.l_ 1k]"ill off er fo ,' Sale. I.,,)ti', ,ul,.,-tq a ,,. ,Itoer,.,tle 0
n -avor'to a special m meeting Of the P', .e do r tfef,,,i'r,, .s rt r, thea- I
o f C o u n c il, w h ic h h e ld its s e s s io n o n r) .L %,-l-l. -: l h ,-,u ,. -"' u I -rte :. t .se .Ii in ''3 t ,,'m sln p 1 6,
m,, -.-n 10^1 '^ ik.0 i ... ., "-' Mr.r ,. ]S ..ntth and eat, ; anld thesoont h
io'" Tuesday night, January 30' 18-1. ,. ^0]|M lp th day ot o rfel ,h ,,, ,,h.. uurthw ..t ,narter,,,nd,:,>,'th-
:- On motion of Alderman Black, the 1 allowing describeI O
i. ., i p 1 nr nerr to W t ; ***i.ii. i Ji; ridipv P-i .i I'.. rigii;- 1.'? ; J1141 tile
in ease was submitted to the following proper "I Of &tock tt ,.t, l ,,. t,,,qIrI I.' th..e ., qtar-
but com mittee, viz: The M ayor pro. IoviP 2','lro|,'ty, v of. ,,,hn 1 ,111', vt, hal, ,, the southiasi
"T '" ,.i':~l,,'. of section 25, township 16,raunge
*as- tein'andAldermnmHarris, Gibson, J.,5:la .*anl, MMr; 3A] 8; andlthIesouth west quarter ofthenorth
we and McNeill, The following are a,,, B)I! n owr, ; e;!st the charges, i n substance, agis * ,.y 'f west quarter of section '6, township I3,
just the charges, in substance, against TTITTH EWS r ,2o; and the northeast quarter ot the
pre- the Marshal: That B, Daukiris, f 4 iff 'iN IM (: Fla. r, ort] wet quarter, and the nortthest quar
has coll ; ec I ted taxes fro I ler of the northeast qsu-,rtr of section 7,
ty. .. -, 7 tow-,-ship 13, range 20; an([ the southwest
K).PDI+A, U.1Ir NfCtUN- northwest qitart~er+ n/h
now surdry persons, amounting toW $59 0'T,\r I1 ciEoN 0h1 rt and the
Y'^ *fS +)^ e or ,t wl]t ,.' ..- westihalfrof"ti f1J.'th s thwest quarter of sec-
)ear 04, and appropriated the money to R%,., is-id .l t^ f'ir,.i0i % ',.-,rt t-.,,'thv t; o an ih wcsthalf of the northeast
.and his own use, That he renited with- Fiftl "f .i 61et of F),-,ii'l,,,,.' qurfp.N r and the o ouf, h'east qii,rfer *of the,
,.., .ted, I *.-.U4,9t ,@6 Y 5. th, 1.- .', tile,,or.theast quarter, and the southeast
Side out authority one half of tie guard ,d, &,,,!P .. I S... 1, th IL. ",,i,,i,,Ia r.1n, i qlartfer ana east of the soutwestquar
house, and did not account for ,he (I..i contestt quarter 0fBOth
,,.,t it l l 12,!,'rarge :_,I), z-.,w ,ter, a of s8th,,e~ quar1terown s ohip 5 wrnet
money. J. That he fraudulently eni ani., J qn^rier -1, ]rthnr'ar
oi:tcn ,ty ,: .') ,,. 0 so nltha9nd enst; an dt(ot~ et u r
bezzled street taxes to 0 the au nt "i. .'l*J.. 1 u'u.'"l1.' i ter of the north est quarter and southwest
I b .',A rel '" wa's 11 de quarteroff the n>rthwestquarle>, and the,
' of f 8, .._A resolution WaS pas.e, de. a,;.e ".I. A T' west half o the southwest quarter of see.-
iion, posing Dr uki,, sfrom his ,f'ice as re i ta e t \ Cl i.e 29, toWnlshi> 16, raiite 20; and the
t '. r h. .- le ^ ..' hrff,~' ,, t"la s^ thenih st quarter of the northeast quarter
t e l. r n,, -. ---- F F te northeast quarter *of Section
If T iLI, Di teen townshi, f,;' .. ranee tw,-ity,
A. L. Eichflberger, was n. pro0 to present his account ag!iinst ti le t F.l.,Vf .' f ri, ii ,,ii ,"..,,,s
HT le c L I lii* 1. of file northwest quarter, and the
leo.-" ..own to the Council at its next i,,, tf,.- FI l'ft .liie.,. I+.-,. r n1f dhwest quarter, a te
tonsi reiigd ~h ~fo'te-.,). '(qathcrels-
-8m meeting to )Un. *l, ', t.' I l l] i i i ,-. |tin townlhip 15 r 2... 0(i-;andthe
"' t,,.,",r,,!.. IT_,- .',' il,,,,:-e ,I ....' ,', rI .> i n,rt^east~qIapitere. hes t it li The A cting M arshal wail, fined 50 1 ,1 ,, ,,-o,.ri,.i .lui,- 1, l .i. b.-, ..- and south half "of' t012 ,..>-heast qua..ert
'ti9 r .. VVI Y ,--',.v 1 ,, n ny afo h o tes q arter, of
otion centg for sleeping ,during the meet ,- .-,-eI,s, halfo f.e .otitheasI, t. qul, .., ,r nh ip,5, ge2 ; an the

ing of the C council. M~l'l:,tl,^ 1, 1,5, I, Iha l.fl,. .. .. "s a.f .the .il -t,, q .itel of8ee-,
rient '[ieilj 'itli,.t\ to.i WIL : tion 10, township 13,9 range 20, and the
rim ,, Ae 0 el, M "n ed il, i,, eas half of te J quarter of see-
rimi,+ DTED-Attlib residence of her ,,>oe;,,I.I. r;.,I.. ,l o s, townhip 13, range 20, and ,the
L868.: father, in this I'ace oh the 2'l ,f I' southeast quarter af the southwest quarter
t e, i tis place, o t L... L D range 22, and
l: ..., of section 18, Townsbip 15, rn e2++ r
c- Peeember, 1870, LOT .r 1 1 '( ."I the south half of the' southeast quarter,'
and child of John A and' Lizie A fe 4. t,-ilt M. C l '. !and the northwest quarter of the southeast
child of John A.' an12 Lizzie A. quarter, and northeaqt'quarter of south-
Gibson, aged '12 years, 6 months, ',' r-i u >--Twest qinarter, of section 12, township 16,
I ? OF F6Lt-l >A, l range 20, south iand east, levied upon as
an 16 day,. 3, <:UNI\-.--l>V virtu.- < :i 1 ..'f the properly of Samuel Agnew.
nsfer Thus early hath passed aa v oice ft. t']..'11t ,ut oi tl e C',,.u, r',:,,t ... J. 0. MATTHEWS,
her. uf he bl. test jewels of our juve. I;Irt, fth .I, ,iait,.iit .r!,,la ; f 4 ,her< M.C.,
mccn ,-,- +" to m,. .miostced. I Aill ,:,tI-r t..I -.-i-, I.,,, -1 \W iLL OFFER, for sale on MON-,
,, mnil" circles, most !sr lIin 1. illus (.,r 11t C ,, Il ... r, i,. + .-, B DAY, the 6tb of M arch, A D. 1871,
penetrating the adage that Whom t'e At, I h door of th)e C4 -ilhte ,ii', in the
ender ?I I,.- t t h down of the (, )!u,. m th
Gods love die young." fdulize-l by u J,.uAY.rli ," *i r. .;., t6own of .Oca91a, du'inu 'the 16ffal hours
f ci heI r L ,e eove l parents, ye4 1nto, 1- A -" lOf' tt l tI,,," ,. ,!, *; of sle. th follo',in- described prop-
,.,iqo^ E .;"t.r \ii : eor v, + w it: ,, 0 r t, .1
and 9 cdby any assumption upon .Fi,,? J: r, ,.) .i ,, .. i" ,',,ds ( e und!;vided hailfof ei ht, hun-
event their intense andl excessive ot l.,nc*li:,l,- s. ,] ,1 ,. 1 ..i ; ic n dI'S '- an( ,-_-,.,y seven 18.1Q0 acres of
~~~Il r'. t l h ~lB [,.-,A,'. K 1 o,: partd oftti(.leaesly dec~-
P ub- a ecti,,i'n ; beloved and pet te, a; theJ r,., I, ,.1 i -...i i,,,.. ? ..,,., |-now i 1s a p .r of the Je sus H y"
'who knew'her, yetmodes-, iv 111,91 jlle1^B,^/'",.;' -\v^ "6s and, part ic(-i
o kr y J. ,)..L.\ "!,AI 3'.\ .. ed as co m encin,"at a stake on section
)utry Sumi g; the life and"..oul ort .ur t; 4 Stin M. (', i ;,- dvidi. f osecnnp 35 and 36, town-
r the young society ; a chi+d il, l ,r.. :' _' --ip 15, rai),w e 21, south and etstl, run
,0 ive rbhr 'el in manners; or 01'5ua, 'i J ,t .. eas eT8 chFims 88hlinks tot60 cor
'' ,. *> n-- C -Bv vimiir- (-'** ()f ^i'i"o the western bouia'lifijry jiine, of'
D e-p sprightly ness and intelli.K-e ,"e, n,i jL, ,' ,,f ,,. +<,,,.,.I the western bo tad lin e
remarkably advancedin her st.',lies; 1,,k; III,-, t i, .ili.-i-i! .1 '. ,- ... ..*';,J rorth 14 deerees, ,west 12 c(im i;s Q5
Legal, still she eould not bq' spare'l by he'r" i., tue' e,'1. i .i ,'o ;.., :n... e. liiks, t tlie' northwest corner of said
or*ds.I H iI-tho' t wir t'.i ';* ,.r ', ,r'i,,:.. r. .' yn i.. ; 'a t; bence north 55 ,c,. .ast,
orida.1, Heavenly. "- Father, Ao t liti. ln ", i -i < 1 a -
ntain loed heron erh, fro th, 1,,'-, "f r : 00 chains 70 links, to the northeHst
ntain loved her on earth, from r corner of said pra t,; thence south 14
th-rong who worship, a,-ound His ,,.. D.; h ,' .....:' ....... -.i. d," rees east 71 chain's 25 links tn
famea Throne. No words- ofit .,4-ol),IIn ...S)'" thee corner; thence south rit.v:'five
c*.an be o to t b.en,:-.v r.- o. .. l... ... .."' ,, ,. -t:.i,,i).. degrees, west, onl o o hundred- chains 75
r can be offered to the b.,vel p:r- k4"0 ,,,atk. i-_-,, ,. ,, 1 linksto corner;, thence south 14-de.
roller rents, save only that our Fat l,er in 'S tie jpr-,p.-rv ... .. ',3 th
w agrees east 2 chains 53 links ; tene
surer Heaven doeth all thirI wisey. ;t t.he -uit.t('*... :, r'.,:,.-,,, '". west 41 chains 95 links, to corner on
May they be able to say Thy E '. ?,t iiE section line dividing sections 1 anid.2
nesA Nillbe done." Ma'"-God temper' r. ., ,CFla. of township 16,-range 21 south and
.... .y east'; thence along said line to place, of
illiam the wind to the shorn lamb." ATA'(E OF FLOT'.IDA, MAMION COUN- beginning,
'hem 'ONE WHO LOVEDA HER.l Ty.--BV virtue of a wr of Ft, Also, all the interest of Samuel A.
1 a1 F.., i-,^,1 out.,ftheCircuit, Caurt forth McDowell ina Steam Engine, boiler,
ll nd , We are requested to. an ,li'eei ,v ffrfrsal.'foe h and' fixtures thereunto- belob~ging nd
1` We arerequs~tedtQ,, n, PILhJ'udicial District. of .lFlorida, 'to meI
3 1b1i nounee that the Ocala Ama~teuo ., .nrthon.^.l,.,.r, in the town of Ocala, du. in a Sugar Mill, on the place of Cap-
Ldner"Compan wi1l give an entert~ain*- riAig 'le*^'alltOlur-,f sale, on MONIAY, tain JobnM M. Taylor, leered upon as the
.de-'maywl iea netithe'eth d,liv ,-,t \:rc'h, A.D. l8'7l, thefol- property of Samuel A. McDowell
,ia ment at the Academy, oII the night ."in-'i lI. Property', toewit,:. ltthean sixt .fJ n Taylor.
of the l4th instantt, (St.' :Valen A pi' ,, Long Staple Seed (fotton.1A E
copf -i~ hnth olw n taining1. 650 ponnds. meole0orless,' Sheriff M 0., Fla.
hees tms da ,}-when the fonowina >'' + ^,+ property of Lme,;o .__ /oo+^DT-
from plays will be presnted : The La.. H-p i ofWW ao TATE oF..FLORIDA, MARTOe
Hro ,,, uit of W. W. Mao T ATH-vq GO --By .virtue of sundry writ,'
fe dy Of+ the Lheriff, 'M TodFla:., J*( of Fi. F+a, issued out of the Circui't Cour(
Stage Struck," andi" Conjugat ll i : for the Fifth ,Jndicial .District of Florida,
T .k .i. c to mie directed, I will Offer for sale, before+
of an Lessons, with several 'dueftts be-' l||r S In, d<1teuring the lealdours on sahe, eon ofOc
,oratef tween the plays. Good instrumen-..S BB y SaleCs l oo,.,rngteleaho uro of o,,,, or| ,'.
]oal r J DAY, tbe 6th day of March, A.n. 1871. th+
pan. tal music will add to the attractions. ,"'--_L__ following described property, to Wit:
appr0, The whole will be under the man IN Tiff CI[RCUIT C}OURT.-MARIO' All,,i Lot No. 1, ibloc55 .n tV1
age en 6f C o] S S t. eo rg R e - I O h' Y rV FTO RI DA 'town of Ocala, that portion of saic
.gmn of~(:a Meol.,. S. St .erg Ro .&^IL; lot which was conveyed to Adam L. Ei
of 'an ger's, Which is a + suffi 'cient guaran l Ag ainst chi~berger, consisting of tort feetMfot
\ *iii. inrp~y Hin erid *and running batfk the fu'.l depth of s-ai
3vetee that lfc will be a suocess *8 ;ici'Jh J lot'[-*. with all t, < hnildir s and improve
18.70., A proclamation has been reeeiv :, BY VIRTUE of judgment of a +or-), men i:ster;,ii .u re or 5aetion~of lot



support. Now we have, reason
or coming 6ut, flat-footed, in su
ert of the party to which we n
announce our allegiance-first, L
ause this party, as its name ii,
ates, take's the whole world un(
ts charge, while,:all the rest or
xores to regula te the affairs
ne nation;-'and only the "Cosm
is large enough, for our ambition
econd,-we feel some hesitancy
;iving pur Isecond r eason, and, I
or-tho appriehension that some r
cal. will, misrepresent our motive,
would be silent; but, if we m
tell it. it is .that-a lady is ,,the.,
sidental candidate of our par
and,-well,, we would like to kt
what title the Consort is to b
--what his salary is to be--
what are his chances for out s
Titles of Acts Passed.
The' following ire the titles
cts passed at the present sess
which have been, deposited in
officelof secretary of State :
An act to amend an act to
video' fur the Registration of I
tors 'atnd the holding of Elect]

approved August 6, 1868.
A An act to repeal the 15th see
of, chapter 4 of an act entitled
pct to. provide for the Punishi
'of0rnme, and Prpceedigs+in Cr
nal Cases, approved Aug 6th, 1
An act in relation to the Ins
tion and Recording Marks
Brands of Cattle.
'An act authorizing the Ji

"3Y VIRTUE of autlhoiity vested_ in
" iuee by law, I will sell, at public
auction, within the leail hour.-, of ealt?, in
flont orlthe Courth'uuse door, in the town
ofl'>?eala Marion Countv, Flori-ia, oin lMlON-
DAY, the 6th day of Maree, 1871, the ol,-
Iowinidve; iibed tracts of land belonging
to the -I,,io\ing nanied persons as appe.ars
Ij.t the aswi.Uesnt roll, or so miuch there,.,f
.9" will Fav tl,^ taxes due thereon to the
State ol lorida, and County ofl Marion
lr tih year A.D). 1871 together with the

I.-Lot 8, in section 13,; and southwest,
quarter of' southeast quarter.,of *etcion 18,
and, southeast quarterof northeast qua rter
of section 19, and northwest quarter of
section'30, township 1'7,range 23coitith and,
east- containing 293 acres, more or less,,_
the property of, the Estat# of A, G. Sim-
mons, deceased, .
2.-The east half of the southeast quar-
ter of section 4,arid the northwest quarter
of the northwest quarter of section 9, and
north half of the southwest, quarter, and
the southwest quarter of section 10, and
the south half of' the northwest quarter,
and the west half of the southwest quarter
of section 11, township 15, range 22 south
and east, containing ,520 acres more or'le.;s.
the property of the Estate of W. E. Hall,
deceased. k r '
,..--Thesoutbeast quarter ofgseetion :.8,.
township 15, range 28 southf+ and east, con-
tAining 160 acres more, or less the prop-
erty of David Pro'vince; ; .:.
4.-The south hal'if of lots 5 and 6' and
west half of ;'1t0 4 an nothhalf 'of
lot 10 in section 25, tounahip 14. range 2.:'
.south and east, containing 180 acres more
or less, the pi_,Tlerty of J. H. Jennings.
5.--Lbt 3,, 6, 12'ind-lS in section --
t,,wL, .hil0 12, rang..- 24 soblh and east,'eon
training 196 acres moreor less, the property
of W. C. Cook.
6 -The west half' 'of the northwest,
quarter, and the southwest quarter of the
northwest quarter of section 14, township
16, range 20 south,'and east, containing 1,26
acres more or less, the property of James
Boker. ,
7.-Th south wr:st quarter of the south-
east quarter of section' 24, township 16,
range 24 south and east, containing 40
acres, more or less, the-property o R. ]B.
Erwin, / .
8,.-The. north nailf of the northeast
quarter of section 10,' township 13, -range,
20 south" and east, containing 80 acres,
more;or less, 'the "property of Robert
.La~tty. '' '*
9 -The northeast quarter of the north-'
west quarter, and n:i, tlwest q Uarterof thh
northeast quarter, and, the west half
of the s.-,itthca-t quarter, and tile south-
west quarter:'of the 'southeast quarter of
section 28; -and the southwest quarter of
tile .-u1th (-.t, quarter of sectionl !7, town.-
.hip 18,, range 21, south and (.,--t, ,:u,,tan-
ing 240 acres, more or less, thie properLy (.f
L. V. Sul i t.
10.-T[,,i n.,rt.h\'e.y quarter ofthfes outh,
eabsts q ,tr n-t i, ;al.(i tith so.'u tht. titu l.ri.r'U
of the nor,-ihwest q'uaitor, and the nurth,
wesi quarter'.I the .... i tlewcst-quar r, Zild
the east half of tile northwest, quarte-, ot
Sqcl.i.i*3, tow,,nship, l'Pi, ritnge2lsotih alid
east, (.,tl .1(; 7iis'200 uIcL e g u o,- Or I ,.the
property of JujiwR-. Tylor, Jr.
11.--he east half 'of the n,,rth%% .st
qua: ter, and lots 1, 2, 8, 4 and ."J, ,.l ee-
ion 3C, and lots 1, 2 aind 8 of seciu- '*31,
township 15, range 25 south and east, con
taming 553 acres more or less, a ad
f lots,5 and 6 of section 25, township 15,
range .4 south, and east,.aad northwest
quarter of sfetion .19, township 16, range
25 south' and -east, containing 27,iacrt-a
more or less, the property of the Estfate eo
Rachael Burleson, deceased James M.
JBaker, Agent. '
12. -The southwest quarter of the south-
,\ est quarter, ,and lots 5 and 6, and the
southeast quarter of ( hn. sou tlhwest quarter
of section 82, and the uorthc.asL quarter <-t
the northwest quarter of section 29, town-
ship 11, and lots 2, 8, and. 4 6t section 5',
township 12, range' 24: south and east,
containing 320 acres more or lesi the
property of P.. D. Woolhopter.
13 --The northeast quarter of seictio 5;
township 13, and the southeast quarter ol
, quarter ef section 14, town-
ship 14, raiige 23 south and east+ contain.
iiig 200 acres more or less, the property o
Lawrerjce Williams.

14.--The' south-west quarter of settler
t10, and the northeast quarter, and tth<
-east half of the 'southeast quarter of s~ee
tion 9, township--, range --south ^fnt
east, containing 4100 acres more cr less, th(
property of thie Estate ..'(f James T, *Hop.
'+kins, or the property of W E. Chambers
i 15.--The southeast quarter of section 29
Sand south half of the southwest quarter

a nd the nortlkeast quarter (,f the southwest
quarter of section 28, and the west half
n ah west halt of the northeasvt quarter ofseec
tion 8-, .townshi 12, range' 20 south ant
east, contaiuing- 823 a'cres'more or less, th,
ptloperi.f of the Estate of D. U.. ",lunigom
i;y, deceasedd.
e ;6.--''i southwest quarter, and th
ie soUbt ,.'st qi ,art-r," ulj e .-o'uiheast qgArte
e) of section 8,+.#nd thb,"' cat, ;hAalf 7t th.
i northwest quarter of sectionI1, and'th
g ;-orth half' of the northeast quarter bf see
tion 19, and the east haJi of section 18, ant
, the south half of the southeast quarter o
, section 7, township 18, range 20 south an,
, east, containing 7.0 acre'-' more oi leas, th
f property of the ,E&*La tt : !.phIaim Bliteh
- deceased.
17.-The one half interest in the south
d west quarter ol the northwest quarter
at and tIe northwest quarter of the nort
Df west quarter of section 80, and the ea
-ialf of the northeast quarter of section 25
township 11, range 28, and 24, south An
east. containing 160 acres7 more or less, tL
property of iMrs. N. C. Yulee and J, W
" Pearson.
e 18.-The half interest in the southwe,
e quarter of section 84, township 12, rang
e 20 south and east, containing 160W acre
u- mort or 'less, the, property of Mrs. N. (.
V', Yules" and W. H. Hickman.
19.-House and lot at Orange Spring
8) the property of F.,., Freyer.
h 20.--10,41 acre of land, more or let
6, m township 15, range 21 eas' and 74
acres of land, more or less, in townshil
Iy 14 south)irange,9& neat,.the property i
r" the hairs oif F. M. Arodondo, senior.
fC2 mb, t..,


ourOneastr qulrter 4 Seem1on 29; te h .
vest half. the' nilttca t q] trt r,* n "i '1
h> west.hatf;, the sourbea't quartrrof *
eo-ctiou 32---all in townhi61, 15, ranaji +t
;2,1 siuti and+ east, known its the Sanl-" '"
ihez grant ,. ; ,
J, .0. OMATTHEW!',..'Jf"
Ja2S fl, NI C., FI... "
LY V]-IUE of a -e..,ee Of fortelosue, ,
1) given hb the ('ireuit Court for tl'e ..
Fifth Jud -itil Cire-nit d tlite siite 'f" ,
Florida, in favor ,,f F-ilkner "leadl,,v(- ,
P. Tdd', l will (ffer f"ro .r;,le, before the' "
Oourthouswdoor. in-Ocala, on the, first &
AMonday in'BMarch, A D. 18 74l, 1Lle fo ,I
owiug ,]scrR'ited pio;prty, to wit': :-
-The north abfit of the northeast" ",.4 '
luarter 'of:-eetion foiurtenr,; and the ~
:outi .ec.tiun 1,1, both of town-.hip 16, and '
range 21, .'.tsou h and easi. ,-..-: ',,.
. ....... J. 0. MATTH.EWS, .0
ja '28 Sh'rff M. C,. Fla.i
[ OFFER at private sale a Tract of Land
vyint, in the'nvia~lblhood of AbrahAm"
Gei,_or, nine mile- uofl-t.hwe-,t of Ocala.apno
hundred' an, 6(ttY aces(? of which is good'
h"i.IIIIi' .k, three u..ndr. d and fitly acresof .

ood pine land, and 70 acres of improver'
,nd There is a good building aAd well
o>f water, upon thle land. The :ract will be-
siold very cheap.', Apply to
W. A. ROSS. -
A.,eilt ftmr W W. Ro*[




I WILL sell, atpubliesalp. to the highes-
bidder, in theb t..,rn of. Leesburg, be-
tween-the legal hours of sale, on Monday.
the 6th day of.Mach. 1871, the follow.
ing property, to,wit: j ,
TfW -aht hat ofIt he notthwest quarter,
andth~e nhrtliw,'-st 'quarter of the north-
east quarter of section 4, townshuiD9
sofithransre 25, e>st ; and tile iA,'t Ia -of
the soulthwest quIarter, nnd the w~sthalfof
the.soucheast quarter~oi .-ection 34, town-
.ship south I rouge25 ,:st, co,niaining 8,
a c re s, m o re I le ss le v ie d u p,, n a s t ]y t .,
pr6perty6f William B. 'Vaue._ht to salitIl'
an exeeutirou in faitir of Sar'Bl, .B.ran-411
ley, and cost t" suit .
j-a 14. : J 8. DYC-ES, ,heriITs. C. ,
jWM4LEell, .'dt '111111fi sale, l> L Courtihous.rdn',.,r, rin Leesl, llr^;. ] e'.wf'.-i
fclie'legal horir S .f sal,,. on M1.n1d ), Ilt.
ftth dliy Mareh, 1871, th,: ;,ll,, i, ig po ,.erty, to. w it: ,,: :
-' is north" ....t ,liiir+'rr' o' the ."*rni~vi.-l sir t "
nj~.i ". , -. _" ".,~c '*. '. "'". "'; ;' ".+ "ni ,i\ an '
1.j t ." L, I, Ai' up ,h 11 0Sl1iu ,' :-,.>, .,,, i .- i rl1 r.( q'>, njturt 0 I r;,I v
,jar, a.Il branri.l t, fin cg:v. tti ml tThe l v or
.su!>- h-'M -I vY.'vir '

of the Circuit Courts to tran
Suits frdm one Couant1y to' anot
.' A act rel-ting, to th;J FiRn;
:'of tIi's S tate; ': ** ,'
An act concerning the Surre
.of tlie Curporate Franchisd o
An act to amend sections 2 a
of an act.entitled an a. Otw Pre
and Punish Tre'spass upon the
lie Lands of the State.
An act req~urmng certain Co
Officers to,,reside at or near
"Counny Site 0 fr their resI)>,
Lountles. or have a Resident
uty there.
+AGn nct to prescrib- the I
Sale'Da.'s in the State~of Fio
An act to establish and mai
a S tate P prison. .: I 1 ,
; An act for, he Relfef of J
,C. MeLean.
An act directing the Coompt
to turn over'Io the State Trea
certain Greenback Currency.
i L e' ,act to Legitimatize Jamn
La Fayette ,Register and Wi
Ann Register, and to naalie
Heirs at Law of Abijah Hal




closure a Dd sae, maeiv in mt e aoov ,eni- i n .... ; ... :---. .. .-_
,tled actions on' the of Janu Iary. A.D. in Wo i. > ck 64,4 i the tow" Of OClal
18771, tho.esubwcriber, an. Eisor. for that measuring 25 feet, four i.ces"nfrontlit"
purpose duly. appointed, will sell. aI the R,'TMniie back 00 feet, and counde,d on the
Coiurthouse, i, the town of Ocala, wvithiln.oi.l-hy ltjo. t and on tle ssouth bya
flit I "gal T ,ur's"of sale,'on the 60l, day of!'P.-rt o 1 .), N". .t itb till a Vie g."
MN r,:r.':fi, tl .i ,To tOleh ,st M o nday, th e folfw i ;t* d i ntip ov' ..m on( -> t ereot e rred upon aN
ing real e..-I it,-(mortgaged,) and directeddi the !>ro|,;rty41f W Moodyl
by sam dudgoient to be sold, tomwit', Iot'sI Als,, Lot No 4, in Blo,eko5,, i,, the tow n
~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ n .- .: '.i,.n^, ,. vn ;' (i tf O p-,,tfla.

onearii. aw,, iii r ii i., ['by-iive,, .i i tow l
ship. t,,'i,'>.,..-.+,, s,.,ii ,* "r;'nr Tw -nty-
'three aK. CH'APLES T. GIB-A)N, ,
fe 4 Blisor. *

his present wife+

An act to provide for the I
cation of Official and Legal'A
tisements in the several Ju
,Circuits of this State.
Memorial to Congresslkf0r t
tablisbment of a. Mail Route
Quilttan, Goa., to Deadman's
An act to repeal section 6

e Im-
on to
ler to
h, and
i they
el Pri-

s.t i,,e.
of the
d. ob-

'of six,

t it' is.

act entititled an act to ,incor
,the Jacksonville Hotel Corn
[Became a law without the a
val of the Goernor.]
An adk to repeal section 7
act entitled an act relating to S
does, approved February- 7,
An act for thexrelief of Ma
P. Lyons, a Witness in the
pencbuient case of James T.
bee, Judge of heq 6th Judicia
An act authorizing the S u
tendent of Public Instructi
comput.e, ,and the Ctmptrol
ailow, tLh a7nouot3 ,to the Co
of Hertnando a.*d Millsboroug
all other Counties odt of:the S
Fund of the State, to which
are entitled, estima'ting the n
of Children entitled to Sbhoo
.vilges therein.
An aot'to aniend an act'to
plify, and the Pr,
Pleuidings, and Proceedings
Courts of this State, ,a pproved
ruary 19, 1S70.

Foreign News.
All the forts of Paris h'rvei
uhted; anti an .i6rmristice
weeks hv se Frand land has
concluded. ,,., : : '-
The army of Paris remain
owners of war in 'che. City, bu

ed from St. Valentine most impe.
ratlvelv Ordering that no Vleitine's
are to, be sent through any dWer
channel than the Post O&,r', 'Which-
will be opened at the 'A'cademy, on
this iceii'.:-iii': under penalty of bad
luck in all love matters durirIg 'the
ensuing year. '"Nalentines may be
-1,,ailed at ithe'' -stores of Messrs.
Aguew & .Po., Messrs. S. & S.
Benjamin,, and Messrs. Tries' &t
Herman'. Postage 10 cents pre-
paid, when made by gentleman, or
on delivery to them.
:Adission--Single- gentleman 75

cents :;gentleman` and lady, $ ;
every 'addlitional lady, 50 cents.
Children 25 cents. Tickets to bef
obtained where the Valentines can

r o t JUP
. I --------**----
The Coamo-Political Party.


Mushrooms are nothing now a-
days to political- parties. A man
.6es po bed thinking lie has north
ig to d(, in a political way, but to
watch" the action of two great pai.
'tleg `hnil desldi to w which he will
,: ,give. hi' support; but when he
j' *'i'a]es in the morning lie firds him-
'eilf surrounded by c!Amants to his
fnivor- numerous enough to confuse
the, brain of any bu& a professed
ari thjbAmc, ta.,
We have the Woman's Palits
< party," the God and Christianity
'-..^ tmyr the Peace party," the
'' i.WnTa'n. Surface party," t
A. Oj04mo Politicar party," and'
', ')rd only knows how many more,
'*i f'.' i i '
all ,.,a m.1 ring for, a6d
7h:.ihrsistin that the only way to keep
', .the,,.. from going to the d-I is
A":&itQ'.lroetalters in their hn ds
:,+ XQJ ,,. V %Ye, w"l'haw.v heen.,n Ohe fence
fomy,, "ltiim, .e'er~g p."little-affraid
,-'- i ,,these devoted patriots who

....... ATT E S.
-fe 4 '- 0. 1 F t.1..
~T A TE' 6F ITL 4R1I D ^,M A R < *>1',,- UN
STY;_-By virtue of snudry writt. of Fi,
Fa, issued of the CiOcui' Court for t]h(
Fi'fth-3.Indicia] Dis'trict of Fiida, to m(
directed. I will offer for sale, during tho
legal hours of' sale,, on MONDAY, the 6tl-
day of MARCH, ,A.D. 1871, the following
described property, to wit:
The.west balf of the northeast quarter,
and the v est half'of the southeast quarter
and the southwest quarter of section 4
township 12,, range 18, and west half ol
the northeast quarter, and southeast quar.
ter of southeast quarter of section 29,'town
ship 19, range 18, south and east, contain
ing 440 acres of land, more or less, levied
upon as the property of Allen Gibson, a
the suit of S 0. Howse, for the use o
, re Sheriff, M C Fla.
- CO.--By virtu, of a writ of Fi
Fa issued out of the Circuit Court for th
Fifth Judicial DIst'i"t of Fliida, to m(
directed, 'I will offer for sale, b,,ore th.
Oolrthoiise door, in the town of Ocala, du
ring. the legal hours of sale, on MODAY
e 6th daV of Marth, A.D 1871, the fol
lowing described property, to wit;
The southeast quarter.of section 18
township 16, raiage 21, and the.west ha
of the southwest quarter, and the south
*east quarter of section 18, township 16
r"nge 22, containing 400 acres of lau
more or less, levied upon as tbp property
of Johu E. Williams, at the suit of Llew
ellen Hobbs. Also, five mules.
4 sheriff, M.C., r1f.

EL;OJI'? ',A I.E.- By virtue of a writ of
'Fi. P,'#.) issuedourt(iftlet?.eo, On f ;ourt,
-of M ati,-n county. to m- ,i,',,el.1,1, I will
offer forAale,.before the courthouse door
in the town. of Dcala, between the leeal
hours of sale, on MONDAY, the 6th day
of March, A.D. 1817, the following prop-
.erty, to it:
, One bay mare, two yokes of oxen, ten
head of cattle, more or less, a~nd one log
earriaize,1eried 'upon, 4s the property of
Fr ncia $.CaldJwell. : ,
fe 4 A.B. CRUTCHFIELD, Elisor.


be mailed.



, OTICI is hereby given that the copart-
j: We have in our office a-sN+ n'[ 1i". pet "it o s
+-" . i. 11l nership entered into on the 1st
gar cane, with branch stalks, eaen y ot "ptember. I170, betwe.m J. B.
avingr eight ,matured, joints -of BELL,_^_ J. MeGRATH. and B, A.
_a. i' IW EATFI'RS, under the name, style, and
more than ordinary length,. lt Was fire of 4- A WEATHERS & CO, wasby
grown" On the: plantation "Of "r omUtaae nsont dissol!vel on the 27th day
Jessee WiHlU, of thl8 (Marion) Ocala,,Forida, January *3, 1871.
county, 'The soil of Marion is sp Q -
Y nt re N5 ICE TO__DEBTORS.=
fertile that one stalk cannot appro- {r .
pate more than half the nourish* frm
". ', J ~~L PE .-NS indeb.+t t ,,, th, ae fi m
menrt 1S root affords, so, it has to *A o L #'.. -W"+ Ai .C O are
uio. i.p *"" ,, her .bvy r, 4Utl) 4 re,+l*-1 .' i' ,,,me f6r
brancb. : It Can be seen atour 0t,: ward of- a ct'a1e a< : di,''Lywith
.fiep. Put that in SqUr, pipe, MrN. w. M..^ TH %%b. -:-i. books,
nw.~~~~~ ~ &C. of tor ** 6m, j j^^yff and who I, ILLaorized to
"'J "" "" settle up 1ll tb, business .-
+. +* '*" +, Ocala, F;ebrary 4, 1871. fe 4

not known whether they aro to be,

*'c~sl;i~bna'yt,, are killing disarmed or not as no details have
Lthibuft.rien of managing the been received. '
tlPr ,n shbu ld-rs. Count Bernstoffthinks it impor.
.-..}l',.J ; r&O ,; a.i Saht'that the fact that an armistice
" ',*W bt-. l has been concluded, should be'4s
^j^? rTty' gVt.S. cur., widely known as possible.
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(Sast Ifloriba Bannecr.

:. ;.U OALA. FLOal DA',EB. 4th 1871.

Town and County
)J:" W. ^HrWOK OUT for the mark o0
::..'..*.:.your p.per Lind renew.your 4.1 suhscrip
,, tio. ..ThiVs mark denotes the exp iatiot
qf 'fourSubscription.
FRANCIS E. HARRIS is authorized fc
-at as Agent for this .paer.
.-.All business arndnltber conimunclat.ou
6 should be addressed to the EAST FLORIDA

j^ E3'ull ,)ornmunic'ationsi and
business letters must be address(
l'o t h'e Editor of the EAST FLOR
::/..DXB, FR."
M ayor's Court.
.Several supposeded, ) delinquen
tax payers were brought before, HiE
Honor. Pl,,ading that Ithey had
paid the tax,,,they were allowed tpm,
'-to. produce their receipts,, Bel
< rButler, whose ideas regardin'g the
I'*"* meaning ofmeum and tuem are rath
*r e confused, wag arrested for h6avin..
b, contracted,an unlawful atjtachmnen
for .'some of Messrs. Agnew & Co.'i
-,cottoan., He was turned over to the
County Court. Margaret Butler
:and Betsey Gilliard, charged, with
*4lisorderly and iijileoi!nt conduct
w were, senenced to pay a fine of $i
,each,'br work ten days on tho, st -r.oe
I 'We1 are indebteJ. 'to our
,+ friend, Mr. ,ugh E. Miller, the of-
ficienitansd c6urteous Clerk, Of thU
C. Council, fn. oureweekly reports of
'that" body, an the proceedings of
.:..ttlo M ayor's Court, '
I '* ** ., ",*,,'i d w: ; ^ .. < .
;'In another column will be.fouhd
t ofi,.a list ofthe tilei'A of lIws passed at
<> the late session of the Leg islature,
't The Log'slation, irv the maw,-seems
... to be gen erally a ; roved.i,
,,> .The G tinesville ra s:iy's :
11':1 4 0" Th.P a-'? I tiere4al!s OCela "our
ke "'city. '-W? v,,,, e, a'. N .w YOrk
!, Lopli- iind Lielijo,,i ;ti '" *\(^ '

..-: 'i If fic:,B8were f \.o s, G,-i r,' v
ville %iul,1, ron k as'the fili.,t Tp),u.
1 ,u,; c\ it yiri' -te worbi, Every one
kn'mni it'I is a rm-h111rkatl ) lively
1 idne T i i't, f,,a .e ,s,'is ,. j
-q. ^ The [o.lloisii. f.;;; ,,mtntonti-
i.% r re clC itlIv a, m ,I'! by tht, (",v-

ni i r st o'6u-hg F j O,d.
,, r *,.* /, r*' ,

" '"-or T nu i ,.1 p(,',i,'<.,l ".if: Ii.,'. Vice
.' ]J elrvy A nllm ,, .left (',,mlty.
+ .: [,,ii,,r Cvuity--James A. Iar-
s T1'1JS*^*{'dlit>' lerk of ~ie Court;
*- <'. '.+,,Flr Uf"! ,,reip+'if, Co leo

: t,,r of avenuenue; \ :n, .J'. MeGr:'h,
:" e-l As'.+" 'of Taxes
',, "W' lrli,,, '. H. lli, l!er, app'oinied
"CGunty Court Judlge, vice E~dward
." .B~arkebr'em r ,,iove, .. .
*' Suniter-J. C. Lee, T-eoshurz,
enppnin,'edt Coliect~i" of;,.
J S D y .< h e?, L et e~ b ,,i ,_,, ,~e ..p,,]l:*~
,.. ,.Sherifr.;. :.
J "Edtau,,, e, Week., (late
Lienlenatnt Gbvernine?,itby alpopfjn-
"r; '> eiat,) ,.^' s,mnlf:T. Da
""." I' this (:' sf the legality of she
ate election' for Governor. was
j-'; ^tleie o n t i nvol ved Deeidein in'fa,
br o-f reslponder, t.
, .-, *. f^ The. otganizatioin of' the

M ,.E. Sunday Schiol was not, per-
fe' ,fe acted on ", on account
,'ofbhe inclemency of the weather
It will take place to -morrow.
'' Miss Victoria C. Woodhull
is announced as a candidate for the
Presidency of tlhe Utnitld States in
W e. 'W curo gratiintc tlh, county III)-.
on tte app',oiniuniit ot'Ww R. Hiill
yver,' Eq to Olie office of C',uutv
S T A i t i. fit tbe Towiv
.:.(,ou.lcil, 1I14 oi \\Iw 1n1; t I lie "
i* i t' mt~t tllir *"(;'-"low 111^ rd~inanr,:' \, :a-
pa-ts,-,!, andi ord,,r,., to be "' i iteJ :
Sci',,N 1. Be it,:t-d b" th,:.
Mayor ant -to0 ,% of Oalhi, ill C.,,i,,,:,l C,11.- ,,nhlltl
'"That enlh i \clnlr or occ't-upiel of |1its
i 'n the town of Ocala, har hern-by re-
qiureid to c, mstruct a firm and substan-
v'./tial pavement, contia'uous an.] ext-nd
ng along said lots on public ?quwires aini
adladent to their ptifcew; of bu.-..ineis.
SECTIO,2;or..'Be it fn,'ther ordained,
K- +.r, if, after lWyg"unotified bv tbe MAl,
.-. ,..It any, person or pwsons sbsall nea-.
. 'AwS..e ori rfusa' to 6Onstruet said side
s'^,,lt ta tbe Marshal shiall proceed
".'Va.,.Nstruct' tile" same;-. and all ex-
*u^^^ '^*^ ropi lU^Owmer owners of said

li _ei. ] ?' *''' L.. ., ,
B',.-,HUG4., E, MILLAR, ,
N .- A B r

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B Y V-fTIRTE of A writ of Fi. FR. |7D VIRTOE of a ul-it. o~f Fi. Fa., issued d^ A*^ HHA f f M n A
issued out, of the eireuit c-ourt (onr ,.", cit eo the cir the Fifth Judlieitl <.ireuit, of Florid,., ~ 3udi.ial eircu it ot'Ilhridq, '.o me direct
to me dire,:ted, I will]ofieil for sale, 1-e- 0 e. ,[ wlllol.erorsfe,d lno the leal
tbie the courthouse t? Momlav, the 6th day of February, A.D. door, in the Lown (f Ocala, on Monday, --- -......
18 871, the followiu g described property, e 6th d o "^elr,,rr, A.D. 18lo m
I' to wit, tile folioiiiint' d. ne property, to '^I IB'F
e Tlje southeast ] quarter and northeast wi:
quarter o:f southwest qiuiarter of su-ction The we.t half tl.he ,:utheast quar.
5. and the. northwest .quarter ot the ter. and] the east lalfa of the southwest
northeast quarter of s;eetoii .8, all iii uarter, I lhe:. o uth\\,.% ,-uatier ol fw 1 1 EA
township 17, range 22, south and thle n"orthea .;:.ui 'te", ad: the south- .
r east, and southeast quarter of see -estluarter of tl northwest .quarter, GO 0T6THE WFLL.KNOWN STORE OP
tion'4, and -northeast jiminlterrof north. of sect-ieon 12., ton'sbip 15, range 19,
: ^ ^, ........+ ++2. \_'<.'...... soitth and east, -o,,ta ,,in._, 240 acres & '
east~ quittl'ef,-' and tqt 'l ua-rt.-r,.woe" o l s' th-as,. q are
1dfnportbeast quarters of section 9, all' 4k1601l~*' ~ ?it.-s ure ^|| ^ ^ % '^ ^ &^)
i. ,n township 16, range" 22, south and of seec-tion 4, ainuorth b:ilf of north-
east, levied upon as the' property of e:,st, ql't,'1 4:4, section 9, and north --: THEIR MlOTTO AS EVPR:-
h~~~~~ ~~ Im -r rmn -,h, t alf,-i" rorthwet, t, rof seetiou 10,
t s B a r n e s, A d m in is trato r- o f th e -a n ti h e o ,th e .,t in ati or o f th e n o rth O '
Estateof JamseW Pyes, malltie'
J. 0. MAOTTttEWS, east quarter of ciirln 9, a1nd dieth south Q u ic Sales atd Sm all
Sheriff, M. C., Fla. west quarter of the northwest quarter '
of section 10, ani thee northeast quar- We beg to inform our friends and the pitblic generally that our Fall and
"jY IRTUE of sundry writs of Fi., ter of the s,:utheptst quarter of section WneGodhaebecrflyseetdadwe aotdialiepten.
Fa issued out. of the circuit court 9, and north ,alf.o fes quarterWn od haVe been carefully selected and well amorted m al Departinentis
for the Fifth Judicial'ircuit of Florida of section 10, a1,_10r,,.'thl-ast quarter of PRY GOODS, CLOTHING, BOOTS, SnOE8
to me direc ted, I will terfor sale be -, of northwes.t q,.,',' :,11 .14township CARPET-BAGS, TRUNKS, GRCERIES, HARD,
fore the Courthouse door, in the town 14, range "e2-1 F.,. anld east, containing TIN, AND CROCKERY *ARE, LIQUORS
ofOcala, during the legal hours of 56'0 acres, more or les Als6, the AND GIGARS, TABLE AND POOKEgr CUTLERY,
sale, on Monday, the Oth day of Feb south half o(tthe isut.hwesL quarter of
ruary A.D. 1871,the following" describ- section 3, and nolithelst quarter' of the a UN- n d P TOLr :
f ed property to wit: southwest quarter of tectu 8, and the
l; The, west balt of the southeast quar- east half Of the s^outheas.L quarter of
ter, and soutb half of northwest quar s-aection S and of t ht carter of '--In fact, everything that is kept in a well stocked country stoke. It is not
ter, ao section d, owd quarter of tf; necessary to enumerate articles or specify prices. All we ask, ebtieb and see
ter, of section 16, township 14, range northeast t uart-r 1f section 10.
2 s e for yonrself. Thanking for past favors, we respectfully ask, a wontinuance of
22 south and east,eo,-,tai'6nt 16,0 Hcen-, township 14, r alg 22 s,1,th and,thsae
and lots 3, 24, 25, and 27, of section 240" ..e.mor or less l e
eictin ontani i 40 =,e nor o lsle..
7, township 13, range 23, South and vied u1poU as LM-e property of Jracob f ^TTA 8ATT
east,, levied upon as the property of Leitner. NJ & S. BM
Joel Hall JJ O.-MATTHEWS, + J.. MATTHEWS, Sheriff.
S I sheriff oi Marion Co. F. S. We buy or barter for Cotton and Country Produce, and will
B VIRTUE of'a writ of F,. Fa.u .' CTY O-BV rIDA A of sund make advances on cotton.b y o ct0ober 29.,
,"-JB issued out of the Circuit Court, Fi. Fa, oin -f the Cir-
for the, Fifth Judicial Circuit of Flor- ,,, ,r r*ir^ o
da,:o me.It,,,,. 3 wil ffe fr sl% cult Cotit fo," the Fifth lud icial [)is "+
:,:^ l.1e1 T .... off.r.for sale, 1,'t i :,f FI,,da, to.ineh I, will It!871 i
I, i i .. offer ;,r s.le, before the Courthouse
llirngf tht. ]ogal:ioir."nr of s;ale, .)n'-"os i. i1 I H I 8
dav" 3ttie d 'a davof iFebrr." `,11D d041r, it1 )te town Of Ocalai, during the 5- B E I E I
unryn +' en le,(:il hoist of sale, on Monday, lthe 6th
1871, the following described property, lea l hof OF sar, A.D.o M1 .4 til e th "
-i *'da\ ot F,^lruary, A.D. 1871I, thie Ibllow-
to wit : '
The northeast corner of the north- Ig.!escribed 1if e .1to wit: IN THE
T 4 s o The south half of the northwest
Seast q~usrter cif section 1"8, township 15, 2n.0 e .1 r
/,'r, '2.? 2 south and east,, con taiifg se t,., '26, to ns i 1 13, range '_ ,-^ *
ff) 1) res d. with the buildio-s.0l 'N'" 11 61 towletp 1_2 La ^ 0, 7I
,~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~i 11 n 11 (1 s oi i ziir o anI d Lotsj 12, 7, at)d 8, Bl fi L B ) B I 5 B B A B l 1
a ,Ucd IV of ..'.1ie ald of,. ,, cu -. ilh ., t ,q,.r ,,i section 422, E
the It; L) I jo' l m -,nie & ... .... Puh -and.. tow,,lh.i. 12, i,,e 20, -K, thlth and east, I
tht~e suit ol b~miuu l Af ew.. & Sm^^ and, N s,.ulthw.-t quaiter of section 26, "
OMATTIE%\'SLheriff. owrship 12, 'ai. 20, and uutlheast '"
WYVIRTUE of a writ of Fi. Fa., quarter f secti 27, township 12, ----
B issued out. of the 'Circuit. Court, ran"pm 2.' ),.,"th4tmt east, containiug
fo he Fifth Judicial Circuit of Florida, 720 lc' of land, ino-re or* less, with I- u& --rr '*
,,t-e, r&e, I will offt, %r sie, be- k' "'"" I "- A R eal Liv8 e W eekly eI ws a eP,
fore thie Courthouse door, in the town lev-'-1 U ,01 .1,, l1avia l
of O eala, durinaz the legal hours of'sale, (_'lik~rl,'J, A ,']nl ir,:d t r e-
on Monday, the 6th day of February, late .,t Josi.,h O'iioki.- .1d, deceased,
A.D. 181, the following described J. 0. M.0T0E1\ S, -U -. *i^ ^ I"IE"
properltV,. wit: .A Sheriffl l. M C..Fla.
That ,oract o r Land it-. the. town j Fit
' y 6aia, bounded on, the .oi h and east FR., issued ,,m f ', ,, .- r,-,Jt at
iy lands of Joseph Cald,, soui,h by Oourt "'t th Fi h eu,|i,.;.,i t_,ii t ,.f
North street, dud west by lands of T. Florida. to ,he un1'ectkl, I [..ill o<-,fil.-r for
J. Pasteur levied upon as the prop"rtv sah.,!, he fur, h ,, ,,r i,, jf, A A5jF SA
of S. W Moody, [surety] containing, tow,, <:.f .al',,.d ,i II h,, le-:l 1,o .i f ,
(I 'G7-100 acres of land, ,iith the, build of r:,le, Mo^ ;,v,- the 6tL, d;. nf
iugs and improvement thereon Febru,, A.D. '^71, th,: fullo~iug d- "
.T 0. MATTHEWS. Sheriff. scribed 'o , jJ : -- 1
___4 Y VIIRTUE of a writ of Fi. Fa., is- on .. of r t, *NT. 3, Block 6, in
"-B sued out of the 'circuit court for the town of Ocala, bounded as follows:
the Fitth Judicial circuit of Florida. to Cotnmeticii.(on the western boun- B TS lN E S M E N
me directed, I will offer for sale, before dary line of Bluck 64, half-way between F%
the Courthouse door, in the town of the southwest corner of said block, and
Ocala, during'the legal hours of sale, on the southwest coieer of Lot No 2 of AT HO iE should advertise to :increase and enlarge their business, and thus
Monday, February 6th, A.D. 1871, the said block, thence north thirty-four
following described property, to wit: feet, thence eastiI 112feet, thence south sustain their LOCAL NEWSPAPER.
I uue black horse Mule, 7 yeers old, 34 feet, thence -est, '112 feet to the
and one biack Mare under 7'years old, place of be-jiim'g, together with all
levied upon as the property of J. Ht the!,uildings, appurtenances atd hered- Let our Business Men at home remember that a town is iudged bv the an-
Johnston it~aments thereuntoL in any wise be- "yuyioy
J.O0. HAT. n EWS.heif J^lfgin'c. 'Glv^odpnan'erS th r>etM.Btse earance of its Loa e*wsppr and if the would ha immigato fo

)YVIRU f rtofF.F.,isiedlt neeat aTbd par:?tner, oingbu here.>nd buil pth townand make th~is plae a centre of trade for Marion
judicial circuit of Florida, to me directed, Bates. ,- '".*
will offer for sale, during the legal hours J. MATT~tEWS,' ndote counties, they must support their local paper in at ]east a healthy
of sale, before the Courthouse door, in the --S f MPW
town of Oeala, on Monday, the 6th day of >+ -Berif ot M~. (3., Fla. style for the energy of the people and the thrift of the plaea will be judgfed by
February, A.D. 1871!, the following describ-
ed property, to wit:, TOY VIRTUE or a writ of Fi .Fa., is their, exponet--th press.
Section' 20, township 1.., range 21, con- su sued out of'the circuit court for the epnn-epes
raining 480 acres mowe or less, and section Fifth judicial edro .w of Florida, to me
85, townsh~ip 10, range 19 south and east, diretd I* Wii ofe or sa ef before the
.containing 45.7 acres, more o: less, levied c^ sd^^^Our rates of advertising are cheap and wtthia the reach of al],--0ne Dollar
upon ais the property; of Eliza D. Payne Courthouse door, iu the town ot Ocala,-
J. O MATTttEWS, durinar the~legfal~hmrsof sale, on Men.. fo th fis insertion and 8 venyFv Cet fo eac iU- qe tnerin
Sheriff M. .,Fla .+y the 6th day of February, AD. f1tefrtisrinadSvnyFv et o ahsl~qeti~ri
Y yiT~fiof awritof F Fa 8s"e 1. the following, described' property Lieral Reductions will be made with large and foreign advertises.
out of the circuit court for the Fifth ju- to "i* o o -.
dicial circuit of Florida, to me directed, I The west half of the southeast quar
will offer for+ sale, .before the Courthouse ter, and east half of the southwest Bsnes men in th*tatcCte ilfn it to titei -datg to adl ,.
door in the town Coals, during the legal quarter, and. Southwest quarter of Bsns e BteAlni le ilfn tt hi datg oavr
hours of sale, on Monday, the 6th day -f sotws uate of s cqn 2* and
Ferury .D1.871,^ 0'"81*" ^^ theflown e.ei, is in heBANNER. Iteirculat through.a portion of country whs bmri-

The east half of section 21, township 12. ter of section 3, and east half of north- r s.ies
range 20 south and east, containing 260 east quarter, and southwest quarter of essi with them.
acres, more or less, levied upon as the northeast qiiarter.and northeast quar-
property of Joice J. M ixon, at the suit of t.e of southeast quart o i n
Josiah Paine. ter of southeast quarter of section 10, ,
J. 0 MATTHEWS. Sheriff. and northwest -quarter of northeast -
V quarter of sectifo 11, all of township
J)Y VIRTUE of sundry writs of Fi. Fa., "16, rangq 02J soUlnd east,,,
D issued out of the circuit court for the
Fifth judicial circuit of Florida, to m>e li- Also, 300 bushels of corn, more or 1 X -
retted, I will offer tor sale, durii th e l,+gal less; 3,000 poutds of fodder more or
hours of sale, before the courthouse door, less ; 3 mules,, 19. head of Swine, 9 I UB S C R II
ib the town of Ocala, on Monday, the 6th cows, 1 sugar mil:i, I carriage and bar-
(lay of February, AD). 1871, the'following \ ,1 db w a g l 0
described property, to wit: hess, 1 double wagon and gear, levied
The south half and northwest quarter upon as the property of D. A. Vogt, TO THE
of section 17, township 12, range 20 south suretyy for Abner- D Johnson, princi-
4nd east, containing 480 acres, more or pal.]
5efs. leviE-d',y;:a as the P'r P .1i of C J. 0 ; MATTHEWS, o
4 J. 1, 1. ITT IlFW .Sbciiff-Mari6o. County, Fla

BY' .yVIRTUE fsundry writs of Fi.EA I FLAI BANNER
_"Y VIRTUE of sundry writs of Fi Fa., issues o ut of the circuit court '
Fa.,issued out of thecircuit cc-urt tor the Fifth Judicial circuit of rlorida,
fo-i, th Fiftlh Judicoal Distriet of Ftor.. to me directed,I will offer for sale, be- T wo D dollars P er nnum '
idF), to* .ce directed, I wi11 offer for sole.' fore the Comthous, in OcaIi during t
before the Courthouse door, in 0C0di, the legal hours 6f sale, on Monday, the b
during the legal hours of sale, on Men 6th day of February, A.D. 1871, the t
day, the 6th day of February, A.D. following described property to wit Begin with the New Year No one in the county should be withottt thd
1871, L.!; *olo,,inagdescribed property, The east, hadf of northeast quarter, t
to wit : and the northeastquarter of southeast BANNER. Its aim and object shall still be to make itself a first biab news
Thle south haf of the southwest quarter 'of seeyon 1, township 15, so
quarter of section .2, township 13, range',$2,kotthAd east' levied upon medium, through which our citizen ca6 be informed upon ths entrt t pit ilia
range 19, south and east, containing 80 this 21st day' 6f December, A,,. 1870, o .
acres 6f land more or less, levied upon as the-property C Charles Slager, at the social, agricultural, religious and all other news of the tinH Ir olumn mill
as the property of Sarah J..Frink, at suit of James if:Gore, bearer. e
the suit of Samuel Agnew & Sons,. r4.,,,0 MATTHET WS ho open to common ioatious upon a*y subject that should be dicussed in a
J.0. MATI"HEWS, 8 riff M Florida.
Sheriff M. C., Fla. j.^ BESTS"uRYi PA- reliable weekly newspaper.
A T A~ffQ ff ----- k IN IRE UsNIVEB8BF.
.. T A KS. A,$T5N1 Prize to V
m mb Triber t ery "to Northern Prople who oonteffiflate ethirt0* to this porton dP low 06
ATTORNEY A A aB. .fop prize Cireu- we eWpe,,ally recommend the BANNE% as it is located in one at do vesltbi6 I
OAMPIVTT r pTtA cular and reau=RBU,. J. lt EILIOTT, Pub- eat and moost fertile counties in the State, and will afford thema flbuh ir~hW&) 4
p.l10-ly i 1s' her, Bon, ,. aov 8-12y information as regir& the soil, climxte nod generall dispositift of the to" .
; ^

B v VIRTUE of a wiit of Fi. Fa
issued out of the circuit court
for the Fifth J udicial,,circuit ol'Florida
to me directed, I will offer, for sale be
fore the Co(.trhouse in Ocula, during
the legal hours of sale. on.Monday, the
6tfh day of February, A.D. 1871, the
following described property, to wit:
That Tract of Land known and des-
cribed as Lot.No. 4 Block 45, old sur
,vey. of the town of Ocala, together
witdi ail the 'buildings, appurteniaiicev-
and hereditaments 'th'reunto, in' any
,wise belonging, levied upon this 21st
day of December, 1870, as the prop.
erty of George M. Bates at the suit of
Foy & Clark.
J. 0. MATTHEWS, Sheriff M, C., Fla.


-"':; 01'i.oa----~j- -jB,

Y VIRTUE of a writ of Fi. Fa., issued
out. of the circuit court for the Fifth
JUdicial circuit of Florida, to me di
rected, I will offer for sale, during the
legal hours -of sale. before the Qourt
house, in ocals, on Mondar, the 61,h
day of February, AD. 1871, the follow-
in'gdescribed property,to1 wit:
The interest of Stephen 0. Brown in
that Tract of Land known as the "Cat-
aline deoJusus Hyailas" grant, from the
Spanish Government, said Tract of
'Land lyinr and being in the county of
Mariou and State o(f Florida, levied
u.on as the property of Stepnen G.
Brown, at the suit. of 'FTlkner Head.
, J. 0. MATTHEWS, Sheriff M. C., Fla.



I h6he Expectoranrt is compooW ed di.'
sively of Herbal and Mucilagihowpr,.
dugts, which
Permeate tit Very sub sm,


causing them to throw off tbs.a t
maiter which collect in Ba
Tubes, 9nd at the same time ft
soothing coating, i'elidtg th! If
tion which produces the cogh.
Tlhe object to be obtained is to 7l aW6.
the organ of all imlarifief", to aob 1
and strengthen it when it has
impaired and enfeebled bydieiW;|M'
reaewv and invigorate theo circaultioa
the blood, and strengthen the oevoflR'
orgranint on. The EXPECTOEU :
does this to an astunfibhig degree. Wh
18 Active but mild and congeaialj, few k:
parting functional energy and 1it
strength, It affords Oxygen w-itrWhy
the blood, and dNitrogen to rein"h0
the matter--
swCB," prmduoing quit andoomintuf
It is invaluable, as it irnmeditatlI '
lieves, the difficult breathing Had tf.
ragsiugcough which attend tdll,

IHY VIRTUE of-sundry writs of Ff.
S Fa,, issued oft of the circuit court
for) ie Fifth. Judicial circuit of Florida.
to me.direted, I will offer for sale, be-
fore. the ,Curthouse door, in the town
of Ocaia, lurin,, the legal .hours of
sale on Monday, the 6th day of Febru-
ary, 1871, the following-dfS+,,ritied
property, to wit:
lhe west'half aind norfcivefrt, quarter
of the southeast .inlt"' of section
tv-, -III v-two, and th south half of south
west quarter of section 15, aud north
nWilf of uorti,6aat quarter of section 27,
all in t,'wnship 103 ou'ath at,;', `:' -,20
eat:t, ,,,!.:, 600 ,,'[, l. more or,
levied upon as tbhe prop-r. +. ,of JaXmos
J.0.01, 1. "'T' LWS, Seriff

" Ji*W vIRTUE-of sundr.ywrits of Fi.
. 8 Fa., issued out ofl le. ircuit Court
,for tLe ? i!, Judicialh orcuit of Florida,
i.fe Tme ,u'eciee, wili f,.,. for sale, be-
t,,**_ *ilu" <-',urthouse, il Ocala, duriuy
tli ,.. hours of sal,, op 1.iy, t.h<:
r 6fih dav of ;'.-;.. 1 ,ry, A.D' 1871, thle fol-
. i ." ii', qdes ribed IP""i"-l t', to .wit:
'.'. Interest of(William L. Fletcher,
in tile northwest quarter of the north-
'.-ast ,i..:,! .or f' section 18, towvnsbip 15,
itnzge, 22, sohIthi. anad deast:, -ontainc, 25
al-cres of land, >,'itn the, ktidildi, I, and
S';ypurt erances thereon, levied upou as
Siho prp! ,,oe.,!t;t of William L. Flutcihr,
At a. il.hl- i '.'tif t' f Falkner Carter, this
2Cth 'd..y ,.e ('i><.e rji( 1;-70.
.* *O M Aj.T 11 E W S, 8h1 eriff M. C Fla.
y ., ll;T l[..I, Nl ,Y v. ri, (4. Fi F:i. i,4
N1 01.ui oti, of the circuit court for the
Fithi ju liucru, circuit or Florida, to mledi-
/ re(:ed', J will ofor for taiec before the
' *',1 ', h,,:*..,-' d vo.r, in Ocahl, during, tbie legal
1'hours of,sale, on Mond iay, the 6th day of
'Felirtilil'y,. A D. 1.871, tie fu'lowing describ-
* ed property, to wit:
The soiithwest quarter of the southeast, aud sotij hfaf of the southwest
quarter of see'on 29, townslip 12. range
99 south ind east, and the north half of the
nb1-thwest quarter of section 32, township
12, range 19 south arld eaxt, coutainin400
a aUres more or less. levied upon as ithe prop-
perty of A, K. Mixon. '
J- 0. ATTHEWS, Sheriff,
BY VIRTUE' of a writ of Fi, Fa.,
issued out of the circuit court for the
Fifth judicial circuit of Florida, to me i 1
rected, I will offer tfor sale, before Ohe
Courthouse door, in the town of Ocala, du-
riux tie legal' hours of sale, in the t.,ivn of
Ocala, ou Monday, the 6th day of Febru-
ary, AD. 1871, the follo-wing des-cribed
propertV, to wi t:
The south half of the southwest quarter,
anid northeast quarter of the southwest
quarterr and th" northwest quarter of the
southeast quarter, and southwest quarter
of the southeast qmurter, and the southeast
quarter of southeast quarter of section
31, township 14,range 21, with the build-
inps and improvements thereonlevied upon
as the'property of Mrs M.'S, Brown, at the
suit of Falkner Cartier, this 20th day of
December, 1870.
J. 0.,AI A'1'THEWS ISheriff M, C., Fla
)Y VIRTUE of a writ of Fi. Fa., issued
-) out of the circuit court for the Fifth
judicial circuit of Florida, to me directed,
I will offer for" sale, during the legal hours,
of sale, before the Courthouse door, in tile
rowo of Ocala; on Monday, the 6th day of
February, A.D1.' 181, the following deerib-
ed property, to wit : r
.The oast half of section 26, township 14,
range .O southland east, and the half
the south west quarter, and the southwest
d quarter of the northwest quarter of see.,
i,.n -, t.,,iiship 14, range 25 south and
ealt,-",utti,,ine 440 acres in all, levied up-
oIl a tl t'i11 0',IVrly of W illiam A. Ross"
J. ). S5 A I'. H UWS, Sheriff M. C., Fla.
pY V1 [W117E of sunfdry writs of Yi Fa., is-
14)sued out, of the circuit cireuil; court for
the Fifth Judhcial circuit of F!.or'da, t.,
mn.e dircO.-ed, I will ,-. ," O r sar e lbeorn
the Courthoy.e door iti ,h. twx_ of
,)cala, ,d ring-the legal hoursof sale, o01)
.MJonday, the 6th day of February, A.D.
1871, the following desribed property,
to wit:
Ail ofsection 21, township 12, range
20 and'east, levied upou as, the
property of James'.]J Mixon,
J. 0 AlH \''S i-,if
YNVIRTUE of a, distress war.
S rD4n,, i n favor o' Prist &,
But,, ., wfil ffer ffop- sale, before tlhe Court-
lihose d6or, in Oeala,'during the legal hours
of 'sale,, on .t,'on'lay, the ,6th day of Feb.
ruary, A.D 187I, the following described
property, to wit:
Four begs of sea island cotton, and 250
bushel,, of corn.
J. 0. M ATTHEWS, Sheriff M. C., Fla.
Fatcotos Cfwwtission, Merchants.
Fraz"'a \\hiurr, Charleston, S. C.
aeo. H. lngrai~n,. 0eo, If'. Ingr~aam, jr
'may Isf, ] '

It is a specite'r-one dose ohlm ki|
ing the distressing choking, wod pen
ducing calm and pleasant repou.


No mother should'ever lWwithL6
bottle' of the- EXPECTORANT i if t|
house. We have namerea oertifl
fits having relieved, almost inttati
the little suffer r, whea death was a)lt

This dread- diseue requires prompt
tion; ad"S oon ac;w hae r w
cough is heikdo apply the regime, at
kA ;R "wi v 1 .... 3 1.

J63r The properties of tle' XP ..f
SORANT aredemulcent, nutritiv.-.
balsamic, soothing, and beali.g ,
braces the nervQids system and prodkw T
ef pleasant and refrebhiug Bleep, .
Containing all these qualities h i
convenient and. concentrated fonr ll!
has proven to be the 0
AfoI Valutable Lung- Baham
ever offered to sufferer fim Puhuo* "
ry disease&.
Prepared by ,
AN-Sold by Dmoafat e(yb
Oct 21-6 '..


The coprtnerahip hr'otftre *"
beteen the u!3denigued kwir # N -,
& CATHOART, tI thia day by UMtaWl *
dissolved. S w. sW ay ,, *looal6is
ined to settle up the bd am _- "
Signed this, the ist day d'f tf
1870. S.WVMOOlT, '
a-CA. K. CATH T.
doe 3-2t '':

Divovr .
V in.NewYork, IsdimarIU1406
other Statel, fIr permwftvm lan
eouatry, legal evalyfthere; Z-o
=runkennem, no4tidppert, etae
cause; no publicity. Ho ebhfmii
troce la obklnAL Adxee ftg.
,180 Broadvay,. Kew owrk OI
de 24-i y
mtobn-everyw ihm, umakad fat
to Introduce &bee tbe 0nImi prowd
mon Senle FuNily SeVing MMM, '
Machine *iHl ali. h, f,.t f toolk I
btaid, oord. quilt mAaodb*rtoiir im a I
superior manner. .'ries o Il& I I
*irramted for Gov SyML M4W
81,000 for any IMim dtbu *111in
at i v .g m o r e b b a n f .o *
sum tItA m II
ockWUt" BfrM"4
Oak. =@Mgtd th *odat-OMbei~t
retolm0&pefl i w LJ4 a
$a bb aml,

Gcncn*o-Dr be MWf5-
eu nm"I mm. ^A^ii~

': *'''" *

For the Speedy Relief



"PP-~--~m~Y I~I~s~ nCI ~ IR-i T~~U~~Y*l~l~I ~ ~ ~II~ a~~rp ~ -m~~r~~r~~rn.7nRWllow~~ao~~~~ "IP

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.. n i i I* n : '. "* t.- {*./ ?. ^ :-

asp .. '-. ".:_r '
NEw YOR,, Auust 16th, 1868. anris. on ittc-zcl i,.'
Allow mie to call your attention to PALATKA, 'FLO.D M A '
my -*.C- I
Prepartion of Compound B DICTAT'OR,' -arTTY 1011
tract of Buchu. --' _- '
". .I I I 11 I.: All business enter t my care wilt
The, component parts are Buihu, "Long be attended to promptly, +
Leaf, Cubebs, Juniper Berrit. + FREIGST.S TAI N.T LOW RATES.;"'. '
And when Shippedi j<;r g9teomners Dictator ?;
MODE OF PREPARATION.-Buchu, in and City Poirt, eonsignA Io lom-, forward.-
vacuo, Juniper'Berries, by distillation, ed r teamer Ock-lwa k and Griain f, ^ ,
to form a ne kin. Cubebs extracted Il1'11 Pa.t.. .. __ *
'by diop].ietuemet withi' spirits obtained THEl STIEMl^l ;
ftom Juniper Berries ; very little sugar L fP91_^
is used, and a small proportion of spir- ,
it. It is more palatable than any now' g^,, a 7 ,

Buehu, as p prepared by D ruggists, is -- q L > : ,
of fa dark color. It is a plant that XA. G/aY, fouppiagg~r,Le
emits its fragrance;;: the action ofa (WMEL leave Palatka every Tbursday ..
flame destroys this (its active princir *t Evemng, after tle arrival of te '
pe)., leaving a dark. and glutinous de "City Point," a-ri-ve at Silver Sipring Sat,- "
-t;',,l ; t,,,, ,M,.;urday morning. Leave Silver.Spilng Sat-', -
*coction. rMie is the color of ingredi-, ur% atT I suverM.I 'p'i~ sa<,
ents. The Buchu in my preparation ;. septl2i *
predominates; the smallest quantity of 'p a .
the other ingredients are added, to pre.-Jos. F0 inega & co ,
vent fetmeutatdon; upon inspectajon, it ..., -. *,, .
.will be found not to be a Tincture, as OOTTON. FACTORri ,
madeiin Pharm'acopmia nor isit a syrup ,,v,, .
-and therefore can be .used in cases , :.. : : r
where fever or inflammation exist-, 113 (.fnT { :"4 eh "
this, you have the kowledge of the q , ,1
ingredients and the'mode of prepara- Jones' Upper Block, Bay Street *',.
L i o n / ..' : .' ^ : i' '>*
Hopingthat you will favor it with .Savainnal, Georgia,1
a trial, and, that upon inspection-it Will fliberai Advabees on Cotfio consign-'
meet with your approbation, ed to our Oorreaponflenta in Neow Yorki '
With a feeling of confidence, and LiverpoolL.
I am, very respectfully,. J- osPHa Fr-,, JA8.B.' PzafAMOB;,
H. T. HEMBOLD, jernandia, Fla. Madison, Fla.
Chemist& Druggist of 1 6rsr Experience. -ZL3!E3:B3iLO.XA.3" 4.

: I iMlY if9 MAP.

No 23 -1,160 Acres in Marion Ct,., BR&I
Ivihis (in teih klatalia River. "3 to 4 miles TLOr D
south-east of silver Spring. This is a very
fine tract of unimproved land, and being .LOR EA
on both sides of the river, good landing
for the steamers that run on the Ocklawa- A ( P=
ha river. A ferry already is established A 0 E
with a charter. No better land than this o
for the raising of Oranges and Sugar, as it O C A L A, F
is on navigation, and the land very rich --- 0
with a number of wild orange groves, prob-
ably 20,000 trees. Will sell in quantities OFF

to suit purchasers,, or the whole together,
Price, $3,6'00.

No. 12 --.S00 acres in Marien Co.
6 wiles from Silver Spriivwg, and 4 f'rom
Ocala, 300 acres cleared, 250 in cultivation,
dark gray soil, well adapted to the culture
of corn, cane, cotton, tobacco, &M., well
watered, has a few peach trees and about
300 orange trees, A good dwelling house
with 6 rooms, dining room and kitchen, all
necessary out buildings, and fences in
good condition. Seven head of horses and
mules, and a few cattle, also a very fine
saw and grist mill, and four cotton gins,
all run by a 201horse power engine, all
sold with the place. Price $20,600, one
halftcash, balance in two years.
'No, 13.-200 acres in 'Marion Co.,
11 miled from Ocala, and 16 from Silver
Springs, one-third of the finest hammock
in the State. 100 aciesin cultivalion,deep
rich soil varying from gray to black, new
dwelling house, cottage style, built of the
best material, 5 rooms, well watered, out
buildings and fancing all good and new ;
soil well adapted to the culture of sugar
caiie, iia IsWand cotton, corn, rice, rye,
oats and tobacco; 25 acres of hammock in
cultivation, caut-iron will, 2 sugar boilers
and Apparatus for manufacturing. sugar
nud syr'up, all sold with the place. Price


llhe (Great Medical Discovery I

Hundj mireds of Thiousands Nl'
BJfea; tesf-imony to tbatr -wonadurflT
!|i^ ~Curative Eff-ictsigL f
gtg WHAT ARE THEY 7 pig

"S. g-. -i.. g t

0 a+


'" .k?;a -, !' iv :'k tr '-r;"' (',':. th t J e 'x t<
v-tfoi a r'o' .uin. iWhIa reC, Pro artpru-"

:4 fi ,fCa,:rnafXee n-orn vl,12 .Isvholia
it, Aid peari .dq!eu ., dioand vigprator
t i"..: lse nu,irr,-hoil uli oisaonous matter,
w ..l, ,.* CAlri"o- th V00,1 to a heafth7r qo,nal e.2
jig, perae-a eil tahia theao 'i2Lrs, ace ir.-Ito
&k.-el "or, and remniun long -uniweU.
-I 0o %,ill be Givon iur an iriMurabla 0ai w,,-ro.
"e, c qi Ui to 3 arem.: not d i otu a .d ty iit, eral
;,iionuB or other rm-.os, Bad Oie vivtl orgma
w ,*-.I tx-.nd \th point of re p'.
.Par lafiXru.nw.ory and Obronio hoeu-
aiM~.nda GOti, Dyspep 3si, or Indi-
ja.,' ,.oa. Biiaous, emit an-d, .an .ter-
ri : t F<.nt everr, Diseases of the Blood,
"L*vo, 3,idnoyo, and Bladder, these Bit-
t-ra hay, been most successful. Such Paig*
ow,,es are dssed by Vitiated Blood, which
I ii geaeralll _roanefA by derangement of the
'i'fiffgivel uOas #Ault
1k~by invigorate the stomach, and stimulate
ae trpcl liver ttanbowels, which render them
of nfin:aa1ed efflcacy in oleansita the blood of
1ft1 imlpria-ties', andimputings0wifeand vigor
tothe whole stem.
Ipytpoepui% or 'Tndieasaonm HeAaAA6*
pain in the 8ebotteB, Cougha, 'Tightness of the
chost. Dizziness, Sour 8tomach,-Bad Taste, in
t'ic Mouth, Bt0iors Attacks, Palpitation of the
'Heart, Copiousa DiwiiM-ges of Urine, PaminI
th'- reglons of the Kidneys, and a hundred other
tiarfm symptomB which Im th ofs~prnigs ot i
ByaB00t81A-amc Mredbythese08 3i O .
Cleanse the Vitiated Bloo4 whenever you flnd
its Laparitiea bsiang through the smn m Pii-:
Pos 14,ruptions, or bores, etea it when it to
foul' aiadyourfeelings wiA tel lyou when. Rev
the blood pure and the health Of the Dist= will
P&',T, TA"PZ, another WORMS, lurking In
tke "yatem of so manly li.ousau are efltctualy
f.edrowl ssA & removed. ,,
SVoT faes'ir aeetioiiB, reva carefully the dcimuWa
t awand eooh bobil e printed in fewi) I&nguageo-
3~k a&sB.S & 01 Ffdwi~ninc6ttest,a It.
Tropdt~f, fL!i. ff00ootAT &Co.,
''^ Dnrurpstaand Genera~l AnI
PA,,a -actvo, Californo,. and 32 ara 4*^-fl
[ A wrM L BA.t, ,'Sl. D, GfIM ASO


SMarion yoinn 44a more vied and
tfisti suis~ foathrea -0f. eoil, with
airiult.oral and ipiner*l resources,
an'd'lands under oaltivation) than any
county in East Florida, Bapd,'s the
stltiatio' will show has produced more
f 'trr, sea island cotton, &d.7 than any
othor county in the State, i It is Bit-
nated, as will be seen fi'om the map,
Jn the narrowest part of the Peniu-
Sisal extending on the West to the
Wfthlaeooehie river, and vt ithiu fifteen
'ttils f the Gulf of Mexico ; and on
thl:E2Mt to Lake George asd the St.
Joh.eB river. The Ooklawalin, a trib-
ut*ry of the Et. John's, runa hcarly
I .razt 01,."eIntre of the Co., now rag-
3rly navigated by Steamers, making
.69 conueotion with Ocean Stoenmers
40i6.Palftkit. From tho centre of
O'ceaty bursts forth Silver Spring
.4coitineeting in a few miles with t.u
,O]liwahs) ,upon whioh throe .Steam
.er' ply, other water as well as Rail-
,' d. advntar0os are in procem8 of
'*.'Atlopment. awaiting the appliance
..f0 aita to give outlets to the Gulf
"4awirader conttruction, being already
r "Ided from Waldo, on the Florida
vailroadl to Ocala, the county site,
,hie' s* a growing Town, .ituatod
V'thia.5 miles of Siver Spring, has good
Arter and fine Hotel acoorumodatioum;
,neydral (harehos and two Semiuaries.
,Thts-. county abounds in beautiful
l0es, with rioh margins for the oer-
'tit "ltura of many tropical fruits -
.The toil ts of the richest warl. with
h e in its native state, and in co.Jibi-
itttion, as carbonatos, plu'sphatei; aod
altos. Vast quantities of santd-
ioal apply building material, woilst.
-kt~hi haummooks affords %lhe best of tiu.
*1S r rmythnnionl purpose-s, such as
LivA OaA, White Oan, Hickory, A611.
Ma^Bolifi, Red Bay (Flo'ridt% Mahogo.
|oy),& ., &.c. The .pine lands has a
.' rioh sab-doil, and thub improves by
>,,l#ture. gtgar-cane, sca island cot-
:' tqa, co-ru potatoes, rye, oats, &&,. CnO
1 .titate the staple products, and are of
easy andf certainin culture. Orange
' tBes are fetind io a wild state alomg
.0t9 rivers and lake.,s. and in hHmmoCsC6,
"in.f were but very slightly affected by
tio cold of last Wiunter, and recently
,;p.oms Attention hai been paid to the
'6ul'tivation of the sweet orange, iumoli.
Sand batmif ad other fruit Hotl
4 prfkg'Bffl wnll water is gen6rBa!ly
plare, cool, and well tasnug, hjut vary
according to location. The Sulpbur
| 0prtags, and. Glear Water Lski-.s af
`.t'for'd 'Plftsaft Bad healthy Sumumer
'"+', treats, free frool ejimatio ditcues,-
.'!; ..people are intelligent and anx-
' i0ialy de^ire to welcome all who seek

U m, .jtfa and e t0er~preperY offered for Sale
[ tbrouno the 18ra"Teh agency.
.' i ot.---240 Acres, in Marion Co.,
,1 |-a.riles fiom Silver Spring. 'oll riel,
~imdyioama, with ealf sub-t '"witk oak and hickory. Uuimpruved.--
yriw, $1,O0. Tw,:ms Cash.
," ,'',Na. .--'440: Acres, in Marion Co.,
' I mime from Silver Sprimng and 6 miles
h' om Ocala ; :"2/5 acres und-er cultivaition ;
,deep rich softl, varying Item gray to black;
'-" ew' dwellinDg house, cottagt style, pev,n
ome ; good f'ences ; well watteredJ
y, Will and spring's; quite a
Bujaber of orauge and leuion trees on the
'tflee; out blukicinE;s, all goodt; toil well
adapted to the euhiuie of sugar cane, ea-
island cotton, f-o, ; *J gins,; acresy ,ol"gruw-
iua caroa, sugar lietles, Ae., will be (iuld
yuth th place. Priest, $8.800. One half
*ash balance on ir,.lallments.
, Lt l'o 4'.--1(0 A'cres in Marion Co.,
,, o.mileB from Silver Stpring and in three
(1 Alilea of Ocala; one bnui" rich hammock,

'-' .ry best for sugarcane; .balance what ia
termed "nised lands," oak, hickory and
:! .(le ; 20 acres cleared. Pri<;-i $l,200 ; halt
+ h8, baiance ou time.

e.,.@;-,-l,6.'Acres in Marion Co.,
w|thhj four miles of Silver Spring and t yo
I'" "- half-r mies of .Ocala ; small quan-
ij of rich hamnfock, 15 area; the bal-
'I.its oafk hickory and pine, Price, 8600.
4 16,. 0.-6-80 Acres in Marion Co.,
'?"^'r'ftd a half miles frora Uiivar Spring two'miles from Ocala: a good soll,
;W What is termed "mixed lana," land tim-
bared' with oak, hickory and pine, 80 acres
Am' +o.tultirstion; ordinary building. Price,

'""No. 7.-Houise and Lot in Ocala,
'. well fltished'; lou'r large rooms with fire-
?- h i; bemi-d'es the attic room, spacious
''"' *W pflgz, et". well provided with loes-
"it'a witli all necessary oulbUildinWs, and]
". w3ll watqr; situated south end oF
.fc 1 on Pine rareee. Oro whole blocks at-
*",' y fh% cotfaiiitng 8 lots. Price, $.,0i.
k" ]lft~ash, bnana on-insta~lnonts.
i 'N.'"e. 8-Block conotainiug 4 Lots in
i N'u' Is ala; .Choi e building lot, fron-ting the
to ". ' ,Florida Seminary; desi-able part ol
.'.''S^ilg ,for residence; contaimg more
.o,.b" gm.0. cre otf ground. Price, $250 00.

No. 24 -House and Lot' in Ocala.
A good dwelling-house, with 'two acres at-
tached, built in cottage style, five rooms
below and two above. New, finished last
year, plastered throughout, painted and
whitewashed; four fire-places, four large
closets, all necessary outbuildings neat and
complete. Twenty or thirty orange trees,
a fewpeach trees, a fRue strawberry bed,
etc. This is one of the most desirable res-
idences in Ocala; the location is healthy
and in a desirable part of the town. The
garden is well cultivated.' ,Price $2500--,
half cash, balance in twelve months, with
interest, or i2000 cash. 1 26
No. 25, 1,700 acres i'n Hernando Co.
This t raet., is of the very best of land, lying
in Annuttiliga Hammock, considered the
richest and largeist body of land in the
State ; 200 acres cleared and 100 acres in
cultivation; it is well adapted to sugar
cane, cotton, &c i and, lying .far south, the
sweet ortang and all fruits of 'that kind
can be raised successfully. The soil is ex-
ceedingly rich, part clay and marl. The;
blildi;ng or, it is -pretty good,'a frame
builiL: with iriekceiioeQ's, and eontain-
ing six rooms, a large barn and necessary
outbuildIngs; situated 3 miles of Brooks-
ville, the county site of Hernando couhty,
and with 18 miles oflBay Port on the Gulf
of Mexico, Terms, $10 per acre.

SLi,00 cash.
No. 14.-640 acrel in Marion Co.,
9, miles from Silver Spring and f7 fom
)cain. Part pine land and part hammock
A rich soil varying fl'om gray to black; a
mnEt excellent plantation adapted for Su-
;ar, Cotton, Corn, &c., 200 acres in a fine
,tate of cultivation, with a good dwelling
bonse, two story, e0ntainig seven rooms,
kil. ien and Fantry attached, all out buil-
d Ings omplate and in good condition ; a
fillU [plaU_ Lorchard and & cuisidlerabl, uimfi-
her of ornge< trees and a few peach. The
.l!&ee Ia well wattfed, and thle rueleared
band well tim.bered with White Oak, Live
),l-. Magnolia, Reed Bayk, ri, Hickory,
Noe,. &..Will sell swith the place, b
,uil -?jd4 head cattle, wagon and harness
ora go'ees witty the place. Steam enginee,
,inst mnill .kand tslree cotton, gins, some e u-
ai cane and, two sugar kettlefi s Tittle
Ct nlO ine Ibe-nrace. Price $11,000,
,tie-lia tf cah,,,balt:,Q on ti m aee.
No. 15.-2,190() al.l's i Marion Co.
''rin ii-ad' a lattl stxcttioijs id unimprovedl1and
f' Orange' Lale, 8 to 10 miles from 'Steam
i-!ear lI nd i ,,' in' (the Oiklawatia River, and
hi;,ir pfce railrWoid liat. is now graded from
,Vt uil.t to I'an lu. iis large, tract con-
fJI1r V&ant. ;!a kinds of land, some excellent
l ,a.i'o-. containing wild Orange Groves,
z |po! tiora of t pine land I'ith coDsiderable
Lit.rshu!, ,\.%%iils th 01 .i3tlutein',1 a heiau'l.qn q-,f
t andfin. linc-h, k rIojw old, attdpltgood,
It wi~ll be d~ie ln--l !iii,! in lthe State, suit-
s**- to d 1 ti. pmduciiicauda ofhoplimtte, es-
p< -,' 16 oranges and sugar. Titles
Ie-a, f'aill sell t fioff il th a to suit
pitreiae-hcc'rs, or ihe wtjule at $2 1,tcc acre,
No. 1M-320 i4(sin',lk] rion Co.,
foar .911" half miles fi-6m Silve'r r- nL,
o1111 thter ac ,rl a1 alf from Ocala, lod am'es
clessary ot ild ii"" in goo l tion a dark
|r.;rii Foilra The uncleared lad timbered
-itli hie, oak. and hickory. A good dwell.-
ing 1.,,1ke, new with; 6 'roaok,^ spahio-Its
I.illi, [eazza, two fire pla.esWahio, i necessary
for turialnts; a title pt-ael,>'h~'. ii' ut
b1h i,:,', weloe wi t hq, fish, pomiegran-
ute, ith he plce; i 2 hUorse: in a heal-f
tht bl and oe rgic-iiyiorlod, and a good
saW rith griz tols and allaton gin on the
a-lioliuif liiv. The liuo .-X railroad now,
!n'rallvdi Ili-iiii rdliq; tu Uc:in paiisss direct
!y tin. ic !rb 1t rla 3 ho rses,,and 20
,iea soldcatte witgo thie Title
gnoi.t o25ice so
No 1 '-.-240 acres in Marion Co.,
l noiles 'romu "Silver Spruingd.6 from Ocalab
P.moL !hieoks and djarL pnin-, oak abdalicek
,ry lan, with dark gray soil, Ih O aeres in
rill ii\'tion, swel adapted to the various
'lordps,..ur, icor, c.otdiito il % *~tus] e- has
on it itearefcdind u Io &-volliag and all wne-
cigss, oWt. hijiilic-, i goo d condition.
Tilep; 3 fi s wrll watered with pond, well
ir oibiri l, 'a peach ane4 plum orchard
anid .1 oaebige treesii of the uncleared
larnd et1'tion is fAborit 40 acres of fine baa-
in t-ek timbered with Live Oak, Ash, Rick-
Lor\. .'weet Gum,L'Wahoo, &c. Also a fine
f1il-ei p.:o>,dell stocked with f dan be
bRailoi.lrwith the place 2 horses, a few
ca\ul, and hogs,, 2 yoke of oxen, wagon,
blargank.mth tools and all faring im-
pli.'tssold with the place' Price 93,-
Ji 8 12,600, without the stock.
"No. 8.--43 acres in Marion Co.,
-1 miles from Silver Spring and 1abut tre
Oiaula, distance from Archer Stationedon the
Floriiiad faroad; one half very ch ham-
mock. fin 'e corn arid eane l1and, the balance
eiwnt, ?xee1el(ot priie land, the. best for Sea
1211e11d Cottons 16s acres in cultivation,
LoTh cleared, and uncleared land well wa.
teled : peach orchard on the place', and a
0) goisid Pai'nmber of orange trees of
.4wet-t, 0-,ur, awl bitier sweets afew grapest
figs. ae. a good' dwelling house with 8
roomsi; 3 fire-places, together with all ne-
No. o.-6b ardinges. Trice $4,000, one
tir 'a. he balance in 1 and, 25 years.
Large dedcins for all cash.
No. 19,-Lot and d arge Store House
in tile town of Micauop~y, a pleasant village
12ua miles from, Gainesvlle on the lorida
Railroad. ,Price $500. This isa great
No. 20.-48o acres in Marion Co.,
15 o if:leafron Silver Spring, and 12 from
Oeala, situated on the projected line of
Railroad from, Gcanesvilleto, Ocala,! con-
veniunt and most practictiblo point for a

Depcory, 1w6itfe i Ocalk, on P ine, amu-e
socklad with adpedt the plcultte oo rie o
$7,ti00, orcottoper corn ae. <&. Good

No. 22.--SS7 acres in Marion Co.,
a fine sugar. plantation ,within 8 miles of
Silver Spring and b from Ocala,' all ham-
mock of therichest kind with clay and
marl sub-soil', 1T65aeres clea red and in. cl-
tivation, tbe uucleared land timbered with
Wbittt Oak, Afb, MaIanolia, Bickory,
Red Bay, Wild Cherry, &c. A dwelling
house and the necessary buildings on a
farm, a few fruit trees, such as Sweet Or-
ange, Lemon, Lime, Citron, Figs, &c. Two
fine sugar kettle and other fixtures go
with the place. This land is adapted to
the growing of all crops usually raised in
thi# climate, and is capable of making two
.to three thousand pounds of sugar per aere,
Price $8,00p,. oa<-lwlf eash, b'%a04 # ia.
St=lruan t,. .,


[From the largest Manufacturing Chemists
in the World. ] "
NoVZMBJR, 4, 1854, .
"I am acquainted with Mr. H. T. HELXM-
BOLD; he occupied the Drug Store opposite
my residence, and was successful in con
ductiug the business where others had not
been equally so before him. I have been
favorably impressed with his character and
enterprise." W`M. WVGHTteA,
Firm of Powers & Weightman, Manufac-
turing Chemists, Ninth and Brown stS,,

"HeelmbWls Fluid BxtractBuchu,

Is the great'speoific for Uhirersal,
Lassitude, Prostration, &&
The constitution, onoe affected with,
Organic Weakness,'requires 'the aid of.
Medicine to strengthen and invigorate
the system, which ",Helabold's Ex
tract Buchn invariably does, If no
treatment is submitted to, Consumnp-
tiou or insanity ensues.

Helqgbolds Pluid Extract of Biw

In affections peculiar to Female., is
unequalled by any other preparation,
as in Chlorosis, or Retention, Pain-
fulness, or Suppression of Customary
Evacuations, ulcerated or Schirrus
State of the Uterus, and all complaints
incident to the sex, or the decline or
change of life.

Belbold's Fluid Extract Bucda

,and Improved Rose Wash

Will radically exterminate from the
system diseases arising from habits: of
dissipation, at little expense, little or no

, change in diet, no inconvenience or
exposure; completely supercejiog those
unpleasantt and dangerous remedies,
Copaiva and Mercury, in all these di-

Fluid Extract Buchu

In all diseases of these organs, when-
er existing in male or female, from
whatever cause originating, and no
matter of how long standing. It is
pleasant in taste and odor, immedi-
ate in action, and more strengthening
than any of the preparations of Bark
and Iron.

Those suffering from broken down
or delicate constitutions, procure the
remedy at once, '

The reader must be aware that, how-
ever slight may be the attack of the
above diseases, it is certain to affect
the bodily health and mental powers.

All the above diseases, require the aid
of a Diuretic. HEMBOLD'S EX-
TRACT BUCHU is the great Diuret-

Sold by Drugggists everywhere.
Price, $1.25 per bottle, or 6 bottles.for
$6.50. Delivered to any address. De-
scribe symptons in all oommunications.

Drug and Chexiioal Warehoue
594 Broadway. New York.

Unless done up iu steel-engraved
wrapper, with timosimile of my Chetm'
real Warehouae, and signed"

n may 1,-lr -

This College holds- three sessions 6ebn
year, The first session commences Octo.
ber 3rd, and contini6s until Lhe end of De-.
eember; the second session comucea ;-
January 2n1d. 871, and oontinnes dntil tbah "
end of March; the third session commin t; .
ces April st,' arid continue uitil t'he end-
,o f Ju ne. : ,'.' ,
Ithas an able gorps of twelve Prifieasaor'*
and every, Department'uf Medicine ad ,
Surgery isathorouglly taught..
`, very facility in the w ay of t lust rations, ...
morbid speejmens, h er1 arium,, ehom ioeal
and philosophical apparaotw, mieroseopes,-:.
instrumehts of the latest invention for+ +
physical examination and~dioguomis will be
,provided. ..
\ Splendid Hos'pital az'4 Clinical a.srune.
tion are afforded: Free Tickets to allonr
City Hospitals ,are provided; Difleetina'.
Material abundant at a nominal tf .-"t"* ;
Perpetual',Scholairhips,, ar'esolct fop r ,
which pays for all the profeisors' Tiuhkt .r,
until graduatio, ; -M.atriuLitioo F oe, ;
Deraonratrstor's-Ticket *, Diploma Fee,
$S90 .. F 'or C habi S a hd ad (u iliuual p mrtic i'
lars, add-oes8 /
Prof. JOilN LUCcrANAN, M.11- 1) r
614 Pine Street,' Philadelphlia, pA
To CGNCKMT11^TVE&1r-,-,
THU ADVERTJS.ER, bailag been- r e--
l stored to health in a few weeks,.by a'
;very simple remedy, after having agnrffi d d
several'years wit ia severe lung 8&CU&N
and that dread disease,.Oonsutptian.|'@.
anxiousto make known to hi3 fel!6* asr.f
feremrs the means of cure. .
To aill who desire' it be a ill sII d &conyi
of the prescription used(fi0,e of-or+,)
-with directions for Iprepkaring and 'Ssing'
the same, whioh they will find 4 snrour on
..for Consumption, Asthma, Broihitts A&,.'
The only object of the adverftise'iJh ,i .-
ing the Prescription is to benefit-the nf. *
flieted, and he hopes every sufferer will
try his remedy, aw it wil '6ast hfia nothing.
and may prove a blessing. '
Parties wishing the pr6silptio i ki,,
please address
165- South Seee0fl street
de illamshnrg, K24-1y, N. T.,
dec 24--1y


Than from any otbeir sectioll of the country.


May be Produced "-ithe Year Ruund.
And in no country in the world will the
soil repay the busbandmau as in our



And the means of transporlin,
products to market *e

The Climate i,4 th,



*wz ma t Ssvs?-^^ wB^trL


S So

Good people from all el etions are welcome to
3P" 3Cn 0i ZtI=K A.
And people from tle Nortbern States
can feel assured of

Perfect safety,


E. .Harris.
July,7-8- t ,

M. ff. CLA Y k CO,,

rcd estate an claim

Will purchase tand sell Real Estate on
commission ; also report the value of lands
and pay taxes throughout the State. Pur-
chase money and warrants on cancelled
entries recovered. Patents procured,
homesteads entered, and'State lands pur-
chased, Titles to Spanish and other Grants
perfected. Land Warranits bought and
sold Township'Maps furnished at reason-
able rates, Will make special contracts
for county or other 'large omps.
SHo. 'M.7 L. STEiRNS,. U. S. Surveyor.
-General, Flr-ido.; Hon. F. W. Webster,
State Surveyer-General, Fla.; Hon. J. S.
Adams, Commissioner Immigratiou, FhL;
Hon. J. D. Wescoto, Associate Justice Su-
preme Court, Fla.; Hon. J. T. Bernard,
County Judge, Leon County, Fla.; Gen.
Chas. Mundee, Register U. S& Lands.
dec 8-6m

November 1st -O18. 0.
The partnership heretofore 'existing un-
der the firm name of Samuel Agnew* Son&
has this'dav been dissolved by mutual *on-
sent. Theonew firmfE. W. Agnow&Co*,.
is authorized te settl 'up the bugsiiew
the late partnershipp.
E. W. A'l,.

We have this day formed a general ."
nership under the firm name of E. A &'"
Bew & Co. EX, AGNEW, *

At Ghambers,-Nov. 28, 1860,.
W HteRIAs, an Act of the Legisla-,
tureof thee8Ie-9f F orida up-'
proved 31st January,'A!L D. 1869, makes
it the duty of the cJruit Judge of each,
Judicial circuit to designate one or
more, newspapers,.i~g^8d ..withi n hisL
circuit, or some circuit next adjoining
'thereto, which shba4 be known as "the
official paper or papers of the Judicial
circuit." .r ;
Now, therefore, i*$1pursuance, of the
requirements of th6said act, It is or.
derea, that T _E E'Tr FLORIDA. BA-.
NER, a newspaper published in the
town of Ocala, ., he New Era, a
newspaper publiad in the town of
Gainesville, the Eastern Herald, a
newspaper publisher, in the, town of
Palatka, and the larida Independent,
a newspaper published in the town of
Gainesv~lle, all in 4aid circuit, be and
each are hereby.. signateo as "the
official papers" d the Fifth Judicial
Circuit of Floridas" in. either of which
may be published, y legal notices
and advertisometbat elating to the said
ci-rcuit court or tb tanty or, pros
bate court within" said circuit; any
legal notices of at',.decription tequir
ed by law to be polished by any per
son, and any no4ices and, advertise
ments of sheriffs ad other county offi
ces in any county wOhin the said cir
?ult. '- '
All orders ibusMqiot with the fore-
going are hereby vaeitd.
Done and 0r l. ate hambers, this
the 28thday o( ember,Ai. 1869.
i'sIM J;B s,.

uOV =-.L



Just published, a new edition or Dr.
on the radical cure (withonL medicine) of
Spermatorhuea or Seminal Weakness, I%
voluntary Seminal Losses, Impotency,
Mental and Physical Incapacity, Impedi.
ments to Marriage, etc. Also, Consump-
tion, Epilepsy and Fits, inducedLby self-
indulgence or sexual extravagance.
Price, in a sealed envelope, only 6 cents.
The celebrated author, in this admirable
essay, clearly demonstrates, from & thirty
years"successful practice, that the alarm-
ing consequence of, oself-abuse may be
radically cured without the dangerous use
cf internal mdicine or the application of
tbe knife; poinlting out a mode of cure at
ocek simple, certain,/and effectual, by
means of' which every sufferer, no matter
what his condition may be, may cure him-
,self/cheaply, privately, and radically.
This Lecture should be in the hands of
every youth and every man in the land,
Sent under seal, in a plain envelope, to
'any address, postpaid, on receipt of six
cents or two post stamps.
Also, Dr. CULVERWELL'S "Marriage
Guide," price 25 cents.
Addrees the Publishers,
127 Bowery, JNeYor*Vost Of ce box
468 "%a dw 2"-ly

nov 6--ly

,o, 9.--lHouse and Lot in Ocala;
fnv.houge" nearly new, cottage style;
oms;. good water and convenient out-
mes; two acres or land attached. Price
,0O-Ou H4aJjcaah,' balaoct on instal-

8"f r0_O',1-Store Heuse in Ocala, Fla.,
.,$0 fet ;. two ston'ea; five room, 8
AIr d "o,'bblbw; building nearly new,
)ip'#'*blj tsq4Aarp. Price, 12,690, balt

"Z +' .

P. o.BOX4066MW ox i ;'
NOTICE: r; ;
SIX MOMHS afte dAs, I
0 the Honorable the Judp 40= V4 (^ '.
the county of M"'io S WO M v' ".."
for letters of winatbraat ulapra il06 .< D.O M
of G. L. Me,% daeosaods l st ld (
ty ad State. '* ',

*, inkVMWUiOwl!or Ad*^i!
9 = 11^""N^^

L,.-, 640 Acreegif Marion Co.
fiqmi Uier .Spring; about. 3CK)
4W iQ hinder cultivation,
Sprtpine; soil, iandy
I a*ered by springs
.'r. oforacge, lemon
B~ee'^^i^"Pace; good ecO-
.f a gin, sugar uill,
o with the plAcA.;
pcnltir of Sea I8.
A 14good;' n'o en-
d' per acrej one half



I^LL practice in the Courts of the State
and the United States.
mar 19-ly

,''N ;-'


'- .R.DA..

In the North enl 0cala House

LAoEzE Tn.AC7p Or L.rnU,
Improved and Uia mprove~d, in e'?
part of the AI,,.
Parties wishing
Winter Residences,

Or a plae6 for

OR A.-


Wll find the (iing they Want by calling a
X--OUR OFFICE, . And as we are paying partioulo at-
tention to this business,

May be Proc-ured thiugbhour Aaencv
than in any other way.
Parties wishing to..cultivate the ,..ii
a:hould, remember that "in FlIa n tLe ,rL),'-
:;ngfleaaoh ltasts

Planting Commencin.g in Ftl ',ruiary,
and that Vegetab-les and all

Kinds, of; Frot"s

Can be put into the New York market from

City point,
Will leave Charleston every Tuesday and
Friday etveiu;o-.:-2at eiisht o'clock; Savan-
nah evety Wnhje,-i'hv and Saturday af-
teroo.n at 8 o'clock for Fernandina, Jack-
sonvile, Palatka and intermediate landings
on the St. Johns. Connecting with ,stea-
mer Starlight for Enterprise and Mellon-
V ille. I. .
Wiiffleave Palatka every Friday and Mon-
day morpings at eight o'clock ; Jackson-
vfi'le every Saturday and" Tuesday morn-
ing, to suit'the tide on the bar ; Fernan-
dina same afternoon, after the- arrival of
the train, and Savannah every Sunday and
Wednesday mornings it eight o'clock; ar
riving at Cbarleston same afternoon.
Through tieldets and through rates of
freight to New York, -Philadelphia, Balti-
more and other points.
C Cotton from Palatka to Savannah, $L00
per bale ; to Charleston, $1,50 per bale
Agents-J, ID. Aikin & Co., Charleston,
Jeffreys, Bro. & Son, Fernandina.
Jeffreys &' Brother. -Jacksonville.
ti. L. Hart, Palatka,
Oct 8--tf

Mark !

Read !

Inwardly Digest'!
All kinds of goods at the lowest figures
at E, W. AGNEW CO.,-for the
Everybody goes to E. W. AGNEW
& O0.,-to get good bargain
E, W. AGNtW & CO., will take
your greenbacks and give you any kind of
mereiandize in exchange. If you don't
believe it go and try thiem.
Dry Goods, Groceries and everything
else. cheaper than ever you saw, at E. W
AGNBW &C00, Bring' along the money!
Gold, Silver and Greenbacks taken in
exchange for goods at E. W. AGNEW
Go to E. W, AGNEW & CO., to buy:
goods eheap.
If yoe want bargains call on E. W*
AGNEW & CO,, with the CASH. '
At E. W. ACNEW & CO., is the place
to buy all kinds of goods at the lowest pri.
ces, for CASH.
E. W. AGNEW & CO., are selling
goods cheaper than any other house in
Ocala--or the CASH.
If you want Dry Goods, Groceries, Haid-
Ware, Shoes, Boots or anything in the m
ehandise line, go to E. W. AGNEW & 00.
-with your MONEY.

Mo D st ligDhtful

ON TH3fT, .
And in no part of tbq yiiion can as greatan


Be oltined.
The great variety Of protlucts &8.-r a

Boundless ,Field ?,'for Entrrprise,

And- su'e gaurantee of
*t n ""


Capt. R. J, ADAMS,
Will leave Palatka fbr Qrange Spring,
Silver Spring and Lakes Griffin, Eustis and
Harris on Sundays after the arrival of the
Steamer City Point and river steamers.
Arriving at Silver Spring Monday after-
neaf,, at Okahumka on Tuesday night"
Will leave Okahumka Wednesday at
6 A. M., Silver Spring-at 9 A. M. Thursday
arriving at Palatka on Friday morning to
connect with Steamer Dictator and River

Steamer Griffin.
Will leave Palatka for Silver Spring oB
Thursday after the arrival. Of Steamer
Dictator and river boats;
Will leave Silver Spring Saturdays at f
A. M, and arrive at Palatka Sunday morn-
ing making close connection with Steamer
Ciy Point. fH. L. HART,
nhv 12- Proprietor.



We kepp on hand constantly supply of
First Class Goods of every description, and
will be glad to wait on friends'and all who
may favor ns with a call.


We are now receiving a splendid assort-
ment of goods from such markets as will
enable us to sell as cheap as can -be sold
anywhere in Ocala
With courtesy honesty and fair dealing
we hope to gain the friendship of ai those
who may favor us with their patronage,
At the Old Stand of J. B. Bell
sept 8-tf


RAT SI l T0 ciisni
Parties enquire how to se up Clvftv
Our answer ii, send for P t, laA *'
Club form will aoeompany it with futlladi-
rections,-making a large savy-s 440.900s
man s ad remunerativeo to Club Wraai-

To mmM aZ

S. M. G, GARY.

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INT1 Interface
UFDC UFDC_Interface_Loader
FDNL FDNL_Interface_Loader

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