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SA.TURDA.Y, JA.NUA-RY- 15, 1876.


1. J. HARRIS, I'oprietor
Oeala, Florida.
Travelers can reach Ocala via Gaines-
ville,on Florida Railroad, or on steamers
via St. Jons river and Silver Spring.
#:New Livery Stable.
/ \

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[Written for THE BANN.R.
Consumption Cirers of New


Amn Official Paper of the Fifth
'- .., Judicial Circuit.

Published Every Saturday Morning.
)' o copy, one year ............ 00
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O-ne copy, three moitths... ....... 50
One copy, bne mouith.............. 25
Single copies .......... ....... 05
AD y B2RTTE 2 r8 RA I 8:
One square 0 rst insertion..... ....$1 00
Each subsequent sectionn ......... 50
hfolessional and Business Cards, of
6 lines,per annum.... ........ ..10 00
All cards over 6 lines, per annum.. 15 00
5 Notice oT application lor Letters of
Admiaistration .... ............ 6 00
SNotice of Appointment as Admin-
istrator ... ........ ............... 5 00
Notice to Debtors and Creditors.. 8 00
..Notice for Final Dimissal........ 15 00
Notice for Leave to sell Real Estate 5 00
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S All other legal Notices andAdvertito-
Sments will be charged according to the
space they occupy aul the number of in-
* tertlons rcQUired, -
(A square is one inch of Brevier type.)
Advertisements of a personal nature
will be charged 1-cents per line.
An Act to provide for the Publication of.
Official and Legal advertisements in
the Several Judicial Circuits of this
MT prOpie sniedin enat ,4 Assembly, do enact
i'"U Mims
ScE o i. It shall be the duty of the
Secretary of State to designate one or
more newspapers published in each
Judicial Circuit which shall be known
as the official papers of the Circuit, ed
WIl legal notices and advertisements re-
lating to the said Circuit Courtor to a:,y
County or Probate Court within the said
Circuit, and all legal notices of any de-
scrlptIon, required by law to be publish-
ed tAny person or persons, and all no-
ttes and advertisements of sheriffs and
all other county officers, of all counties
within the Circuit, shall be published in
the Offticial Paper of the Circuit.
tSo. IT. It shall be theduty of the pub-
.lsher of each .paper so designated to
publiah all notices anid without delay:
Prtaod, That he shall not be compelled
to 4iUblish any notice or advertisement
unless.the fees for the same are tendered
In advance: And provide further, That
the rate of compensation to be paid the
said papers for the official and legal ad-
vertisements shall be the same as that
paid to the State offlclalpapers.
aSo. mn. No legal notWS or advertise-
ments, after the passage of this act, shall
be valid or have any force or effect, un-
..ess the same shall be published in a
paper designated, as aforesaid, as the
Official paper of the Circuit in which the
said advertisement is published; and
whenever any law now in force, or which
may be hereafter passed, requires the
publication of any notice or advertise-
me.nt, it shall be understood that said
publication shall be in an official paper,
designated as aforesaid. r
Sec. iv. Thilsact shall take effect from
.L:aatter the date of its passage ; and all
mfat.r paiteof acts lneonsistent- with
tje. provisions of this act be, aqd they
pre hNreby repealed. 4 f I
Aprprved by the Governor, January
"A pursuance of the above I, Samuel
B. clin, Secretary ofr State, hereby re-
Official Paper for the Fifth Judic:al Cir-
as tf florida.
Secretary of State.
TrallahnSee.-Fia.. May 12,'1873.
i Ws~ J'. 1 ----
; ,Ocala, Elorida.
Wil practice hi the Courts of the5thl
andt6llh Judicial Circuits.
D[idvoreta ohmiued, in reiident's bus\-
rnpi..ttended to, and collections prompt-
ly .made in all parts ol the State.
efflceeon wess sule of PuIlC Square,
ollie toite" Of. L. Pinckstou.


Special attntiort will be given to all
business entrusted to his care.
ap'l11'74 -
O cala, Florida.

WiU pKctlce in the State and United
B Atea Courtsm iul ,y
Ga*R. BuiAoec. J.F. FaoGUsoN.
A TTrroRNS,8 A7 LAW,
Ocala Florlida.,
I preetic -to au the Oarts of the
5OdtCW rcuits. W.p26 ly
i-. DiNN, '
.- 7 O.Neas&T A 2 LA-W,
*. aa.w lorid.
. "
y':" ... '"" -
W .lOO i t1he courts ofthe Fifth
.s t ratedt.s.hmarewill
Qer^s a,.


VOL. ow.


VOTe. 2V,+

was terrific. No sky.
The cabins, aft, tt
port, were either -crO
bulged out the prh
gether smashed. T'he
of' the ship were buier. Ti"
with their glasses and rivet ..
fioreed inwards, and
ship was be.qmeared' .t-,*ii
,-"-.-* "*><^d ^ ^
and stuck over wIthkpeces,
and other human debrisn-s
hole and in all parts.of 0
were found arms, legif,
other portions of,'
Thus the 1ower l6er
some limbs throi -0.,
hatch ways. The ItI
hatchways were.bu a by.'tif e
sure, and'the front
tion cabin on de
whole ship was
shreds, which e
rom the stear
were being served' tot
passengers. The'tog gO-jlP
paratively unhurt, bei* or.t
more below, the. q'Iay..
he Mosel. .Still, thexvl
leek was destroyed. "
C.',me off with a nmee:
the engineers and saoke
been hurt slightly., 0G
where the package had t
loaded, a hie had pijn"o'flE- r
from six to seven feet "deep- ;1
whole pl*ce was strewn .4it Md
ises, shreds, etc., i,'{iargft
d. You might seeake.
aI eg, Itesr iesO
^hi^ e'."A~~tf

ATTORNEY AT LA IV Make me no vows of constancy, dear
Ocala, Florida To love me, though I die, thy whole
!it,' lo' t ,
W ill practice In the S4,tit,:. akl Unhi Ife],lr
Statcs'Courts. n janl,lym ld 111,-,V,:1 h ,n,0 th 'r til thy days shu l
SAMUEL F. MARSHALL, 1Nay, it were rash and wrong.

told him that hlie had enjoyed the ness," but fo,,r the exalted repnta-
honor (hitherto unknown to tion and obviously large experi-
Americans) of being the physician ence of the operator. He-found 1
Fir many years to her m;ijsty his case a very beautiful one. He 1
Vict..ria, Qien of Entland, and was, he said, jist enough diseased
lie ihad a bok that hlie sold fir to test the full power of 'his meth- 0
121 cents which would tell him od. In the course of his remarks,
how to eure itselfi',f bis ispae however, it turned up that thi"
as w a.-l a- c,.uMl, and which li, prson wais 6or the genuine man
boil, t or' rea-ons which must so widely known, and he dressed a
be obvious, lwecame dig',usted himself with some show of indig- a
with this whole class, and havirig nation. He took his complaints
no ,tlier alt-rnative, threw himu- very quietly and showed him into
self into the arms of a topical th- next room. The person who
party, %ith hope still undimini-h- there received him won his heart.
ed. But in tiis there was some He showed him around, examined 8
difficulty, for lie find two parties his case, predicted "a good time h
and \hich to select perplexed him corning" for him soon; but. in the h
some. The one hlie characterized midst of it all, announced himself s
as the probangers, the oihliers the as only an assistant, and appeared t
inhalers From what he learned greatly surprised that he should
the history of these parties is pns- think anything of that. He s
sessed of no little interest. It ap- stamped in rage and announced f
pears that the probangs, and its tha t hIe-had. come all thbe way from
accompanying sponge and cost ic, Florida just to see the genuine I
were not originally used to cure article and would not be satisfied I
consumption; in simple throat af- with any substitute. Thisgained n
sections, however, it had had an him admission into the great man's t
immense run. Clergymen every- presence. He found him superb. d
where had tried it and such of His account of his reception very c
their flocks as they could influence much amused him, and they be- l
had followed suit, and the whole come unreserved and quite inti- b
thing became rapidly in much mate. The fact was he old him
vogue. Finding how easily it that these fellows ha well l
went down tl:e throats of 'the peo- recommended to he fe
ple it by and by look a bold stand, business had pr
and stoutly proclaimed its power hands-he was no '
to cure consumptiun in its most fication-didn't pret
common form. Still, it must be had seen an opening fo
remembered, in all this time it got the business up, and ma
never claimed to go beyond the only the advertising and mono
bifurcation. But we all remem- departments.
ber how popular it was and what "Jn short," said he, "I am only
vast sums of money it must have the'capitalist of the concern. The s
made. little fellow you first saw," he
Whether it was the latter, which further proceeded, "is, I think
is a g-eat stimulus to invention, or myself, a little too fussy over the ,
some higher motive, it is certain chest, but the one for the throuit I
that this thii-gdid not pass un- do think is nice."
noticed. Acive minds were at He hiid one other chance, which
work and vig,,ous intellects 'be- was to have his cavity sponged
came engage-d in tapping this rich out. The doctor told him his
mines and in pushing farther the ,case was a beautiful one for the
investigation. As the result of all treatment. He admired his in-
this, inhalation turned up. The Dnius arguments in favor of his
this, inhalation turned up. 'Ine
probangers wre taken on their method, and was quite carried
own ground the people some told away by his charming.dese'iption
tha, if topial treatment so pa.r- of the rationale of the wholeoper-
tiallyv apphled was successful, how ation. He examined him again
mud. mre were lhey entitled to with great care and with a faint
expect fr.-m a method making the touch more of gravity in hiscoun-
whole ling accessible to medical tenance. It was just, the thing
agents. The reasoning, was plau- for his case, said he, and would
sible-thl thing t,,k, probangdolnm have to be done but not then. C
tottred to its very Imse and inha- "You get back home," he pro-
lati ,n bec-ime the rage. But our cveded, "and get a little more
friends were not to be put down in i strength and then return and I'll
thi. manner, they were penetraiting perform the operation for you."
men, aud ;iat oncesa;d that all they Oni- hour afterwards, feeling as
had to, do was to g,,a little deeper. a doomed man, he left the great
The old ihla of the Ibiturcalion city of New York. Theconsump-
bein^g the- li,,it of the prowling was tion curers had taken from
thereor,- abandoned, and it was all'his bright hopes acd left him
prclaim,.d that. Ihe cavitus could but a mockery. A FATHER.
be vad:ed and splng-d out, and *
.c The Dynamite Explosion.
that inhalation could not dare do
more l han it. This was the state _
of things at the time ot his first The following particulars res-
visit and it was this which led to petting the dynamite explosion at
his perplexity already spoken of. Bremerhaven are from the TWeiser
But a., he had already, (as every Z,:.tung: It appears that just be-
body else almst has done in his fire the Mosel was about to sail,
situation,) used the pruoung as a cart containing four cases and a
far as tlhe bifurcation, as it was said barrel was being unloaded'- forr
to have been applied, he at length shipment. Suddenly a terrible ex-
decided upon inhalation and re- plosion occurred. The effect was

paired without delay to its head- horrible. The qiuiy was then
quarters in the city. The doctor thronged with people, partly be-
received and examined his case longing to the steamer, partly
with exceeding good care. At spectators and partly passengers,
home his medical friends could who had remained there to take
perceive at -a glance, as they told the last. farewell of their friends.
him, by the.,flattening of the left An eye witness, who sto >d under
side of the chest, aud by its qii- the gangway of the Mosel, on
essence duringrespiaratiin, the na- hearing the terrific report, saw a
ture of his disease; but theseosigns number of black Ilumps flying
were not sufficient for his new ad- about in the air, whilst very few
risers. He stripped hinm to lie of the persons on land remained
skin, measured, percussed and visible. Apprehending a boiler
auscullated over and over again, explosion he threw himself flat
every part. He never had seen so on the deck, where he received a
much pains, and would have volley of sand, broken glass, frag-
thought some of his manipula- muents of flesh, bone-, eto. The
I pns -indicative of decided "green- devastation on boaid the Mosel









hat it is in ignorance that such
receive the afflicted. If there are
ny who do it knowingly, who will
ake advantage of this heaven-
,,,n feeling for (the p rps' of
}oney-making, to then I havee
ut to say, with Othello:
Never pray more; abandon all remorse,
'or nothing canst thou to dani nation
greater than this!"
Guided by just such feelings as
have attempted to describe, my
on directed his footsteps to the
great city of New York. He had
large cavity in the upper part of
he ieft lung, and had been told
,ith a sad voice and a firm aspect,
y one whom he loved and had
very reason to respect, that sof-
ening had already begun in the
pex of the opposite organ, and
e emaciated to the last degree.
evertheless, from the glowing
counts which he had heard of
he wonderful power over the dis-
ase possessed by numberless men
n this great commercial empori-
m of our Union, he resolved to
roceed thither at all hazards.
is mind was filled with vague
ut embarressing hopes, shadowy
outlines of super-human skill in
pen, high above their fellows in
oint of pure humanity and dis-
nterested devotion to the science
f life, flitted before his morbid
ision, giving him strength to en-
ure the journey.
Two great parties he found en-
aged with equal zeal in this im-
ortant work. The one he de-
cribed as the constitutional class,
r those who adopt a general
treatment; the other the local, or
hose wlro adopt a strictly topical
aethod- of cure. He had been
ducafed in the former school, and
id tarry with its professors.
Improve the nutriment-cod-
ver oil-good diet-much out-
oor exercise-measures which he
new had saved him so far were
1l they could tell him about, But
nowing all this before he was not
satisfied and wished to go farther,
or these he found were not the
-en who were doing so many
wonders. He diverged a little
nto the intermediate class-a sort
f divinintg doctor by spiritual
agency, who had an' immense run,
s he learned, among the clergy.
1'he doctor was overrun with pa-
ients. Mis ante-room was like
he lobby of a theatre on the
light of a popular actor's benefit.
He took his seat afid abiding
is turn, it came at last. He
found behind the scenes one hav-
ng the air of "a most-prosperous
;entleman" who looked through
ais case with an imposing flourish
-smelled approvingly-received
t tee-be thought an enormous
ne-and bade him follow him
nd he would be well. Conduct-
ng him back into the ante-room
ae sang out some words in an un-
nown language to a clerk near
,he window who wore a remarka-
)ly stiff-standing shirt collar, and
hen, with a graceful wave of the
hand, withdrew. The latter per-
on at once handed him a package
)f medicine already put up in a
handsome paper box.
"Ah!" said he in a surprise,
"did you have it ready?"

"Yes," said the clerk carelessly,
"I saw you come in and whilst
you were waiting to see the Boss
I'put it up."
"Well, then," rejoined he with
warmth, "you knew beforehand
what he meant to give m&?"
The clerk with the stiff-stand-
ing collar thrust his tongue into
his left cheek, drew the lower lid
of is right eye grimly down with
his ring finger, learned at him sig-
nificantly, but with much good
nature, he departed, he trusted a
Wiser man,.
After visiting a man ,ho had




If thou canst love another, be it so;
I would not reach out from my quiet
To'bind thy heart, if it should choose to
Love should not be a slave.
My placid gh,,st, I trust,will walk serene
In c earer light than gilds those earth-
lV -norns,
Above the jealousies and envies keen
Which sow this life with thorns.
Thou wouldst not feel my shadowy ca-
If, after death, my soul should linger
Men's hearts crave tangible, close tender-
Love's presence, warm and near.
It would not make me sleep more peace-
That thou wert wasting all thy life in
For my poor sake; what lov- thouhast
for me,
Bestow it ere I go! *
Carve not upon a stone when I am dead
The praisses which remorseful mourn-
ers give
To woman's grave-a tardy recompense.
But speak them while I live.
Heap not the heavy marbleon my head
To shut away the sunshine and the
Let small blooms grow there, and let
grasses wave,
And rain-drops filter through-.
Thou wilt meet many fairer and more
Than I; but, trust me, thou canst never
One who will love and serve thee night
and day
With a more single mind.
Forget me when I diel The violets
Above my rest will blossom just as
Nor miss:thy tears; e'en Nature's self
But vhile I livei be true!

Will practice in the Courts of the 5th
adicial circuit. janl,ly
Ocala, Florida.
I will cofitinue the practice of Dentis-
try, and will ne happy to wait on my cus-
tomers at any time they may be in need
of my professional services. Terms cash
or country produce. jnl,ly




The undersi-ned has just opened a
X stable in Ocala and is prepared to
or saddle-horses to travelers.
He will run a lint of hacks regularly
to Silver Spring this winter on the arn-
.val of the boats. He will also be pre-
pared to furnish travelers with convey-
ances to Orange Lake, Leesburg, Gaines-
ville, Homasassa, or
Persons having their horses put up at
this stable may rest assured that they
will be well fed and carefully groomed.


sons r
mother, son ad .oa.
dead. The daughter-i
an arm and her chiwIWtlb!
off. The casewhidexed
been in the care of Carriert'
terman, of Brpmerbainpwia
atcomrpanied on tiff woi
steamer by. a -Mr. "a
whom it is saidat raei
lost. ,

F.0R ONLY $3.50
The Detroit, Mich'Pan,
-and the -
East Florida Banner
Will be sent to any address in the .Un-
ited States.
All papers quote from the FREE
Tf W CJC, 4+h,, l:.lipt1:^-. P t ff.Tni11-r ns*-v m.rc._

J.rX.n0"io, tne liticsau o7i iarnuy inews 'Woi Tith d ft o 'l b it 1
pers, fulltof interesting news, literature, With regard to life it has been k
humorousskecthes, spicyparagraphs, etc. said by a late writer that "we
SUbscribe at once. sa
persuade ourselves that it turns fi
GEO. H. INGRAHAM, SR., R with novelties and dElights, that
6KO. H. 1NGR&1IAM*, JR,'t '^-'I8at KllnS la
it abounds with high festival daysW
Geeo. H. Ingraham & Son, and gala shows somewhere in hap- i
COTTON FACTORS pier, regions, although they come o
AND not to us." This remark is es- a
pecially true with regard to the a
COMMISSON MERCHANTS, hopes and expectations of the in- T
Southern .Wharf, Charleston, S. C. valid. Art may fail him at home; t
Jule B ae, means which he must feel are well t
Juleis Bara ier, 9 directed may disappoint; friends
MERCHANT TAILOR, may mournfully walk around him,
Laura, Near Bay Street, Jacksonvile, Fla. still his mind at times overleaps h
---ll and ^ begins, to revel in the idea ,
Always on hand asplendid assortment all, and begins to revel in the idea f
of Domestic and Foreign Cassimeres and that somewhere, in some unknown i.
Cloths, from whih an order can be se- land, there lives the mrnind to Con-
lected., g
CUTTING, CLEANING AND REPAIRING ceive, and there exists the reme- L
dies ,which it. can direct for his
done with neatness and dispatch
Country orders receive prompt atten, recovery.
ten. mar27-ly. The s eet solace of the mind, .

A-. B. HTJSSEY, Hope, as every one knows, is the a
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT constant attendant on consump- i
tion, where it is, indeed, a heav-
AND nEi enly visitant. Wasting day by
GBOOERIES AND PROVISIONS, day, who has not seen the wretch-
Read's Block, Bay.St, Three Doors West o ed victim letting go the greater
ithe Marker, hopes of yesterday, which may
Ja.ksonviife, Florida. have pointed him to a complete
-- .recovery, but to cling the faster
Bacon, Flovir, Butter, Cheese, Coffee, and with as sweet content to those
Apples. Irish Potatoes.&c of to-day, although they promise 0
R WAILTER, N. PRANKi only a partial convalescence.
I cannot conceive of a more
0C. M Brown, beautiful dispensation of Provi-
wTra dence than this. Round and
R. WALTER & CO., round in a narrow circle, day by
JcCL WALj.TERt6 C06 yU,,
I day, but nearer the end, yet there
326 W. Baltimore, Cor. Howard St., Bait. Md. hope that the last thig
always is hope that the lAst thing
mANUPACTCRERS OF tried, despite of the preceding
C 0L O r IE HI I G., failures, will prove just what ia
AND JOBEIN wanting. So sweet a comfort the
AND JOBBERS is .," ., ,r
.11IIpitying angel must be sent for a
Clotlhs Cassinmeres, &c. good purpose. But somuch good
Jau'2- L. & *t .
Comes not unmixed with evil, for
$ perdavathom:-" sa'nple
O worth .$1 tree. Address this verybonyant feeling of hope
-S2 Geo. tisusn & Co., Port- is taken advantage of by designing
land, Me OV27--IT. .
A Maen, whose promises is to furnish
$ A WEEK- guaranteed to Male ,, f .... -- -
and Female Agents In their lo remedies to suit every case, and
o Pity. Terms and Outfit Free. are only equailled by the exent of
17Ai r "stsPOe.IoK-ER l& the popular credualit. I beli,

---- 1

Manhood and wo
and lives that were
dies become a bafmino

to me the most .loveyD
of hIman aatare. o.,
good things bretbtt6; e&)
upon it. It -is t? e
heart into another bi
to thp spiritual natie ofti|
giving, I doubt- -et,;, wFa
the exquisite bite :i:V
the 3o6a11s8 ft Ob
of Paradise. A'd laret
youRg man .d*0414 .
head upon Vw
ear drinking in Ihe
sions of an affeeti W'thaOq
happy heart ewlOp
murmr. i'i,
ed together let. a |<
der," falls front -I .
the zveniog
look tp,I and. ^N^
heaven on esrmdl
lips. F;entlodi 80k
and$ r
wife's oheeirk; kti -l4 7
tesat. Golden fWA
tilip, andc the
fuT[of the rteasnit
py hnman .vmish
gleamA tbhe g-, d '
the 4"(.ra8 ef

and^H ^^flo^

votional y ^ ^
s8bt- in oio
to do, wlif
glry" -gnh
senae of.
the alo ,.
thing Into
.Wn .oOa. .



must be' kicked out. One sleei
Mie won't do, nor two, but the who
on garment must be shook or non
ver *bhirt or no .hirt, Conover must
us kicked out, and Adams must
in twd overboard though he
ire wrapped all over in gory garment
nd Just enough talent must be ke
Drs in the party to scoop up the office
ey and the rank and file must
ng made to do their duty at the pol
an No quarter must be given to t
ne Bouibons, whatever that wo
ell means in America. Thus disc
te plined a straight-out-fight mu
nd be had with the enemy. By en
n_ my he means the old settle
whom he styles Bourbons, cu
d throats and murderers, enemies
ey progress, enemies to morals, en
ey miles to free thought, &c., &c
e- &c.
yg The other politician that ris
M- up before us does not journey fro
ad so long a distance, though he giv
eir the same advice to the Democrat
up party and is inoculated with ti
in same idea that he must teach an
le cannot be taught. He loves Floi
ida and wants to see her peep
ys happy and prosperous. He lov
is the Democratic party and wan
es to see it successful and tells ho
ed this can be done. He wants
ey done as he says and no other ws
)w will do. He comes from the great
w State of Georgia where the Dem
Dt ocrats have a large majority an
AP plenty to spare and can carry ele
l tions as easily as we can lose then
he He forgets that things are qui
00 different in Florida and that tl
he same policy pursued with succe
e. in Georgia might prove very die
't astroues here. He demands
ts straight-out-fight and assumes tl
to authority to whip in and whip ou
W. at pleasure. He is determined t
to teach Democrats Democracy an
ir is going to do wonderful thing
he for the party in this State. 01
m landmarks, (so to speak) who re
r- fuse to crook the knee to hin
when he says thus shall the batt]
n be fought and thus only, must b
es kicked out of ranks and whippe
y into the enemies lines. The fin
t. Jonah that must be tossed over
il board for the safety of the ship i
v- Captain Charles E. Dyke, of th
. Floridian. He writes private let
e ters to Conover and can't pas
- muster under the straight-out dis
t pensation. For thirty years Chas
o E. Dyke has been a hewerr o
s wood and a drawer of water" ir
the Democratic camp. Richly de
b serving emoluments he has neve
, been rewarded. Whatever of en
d ergy and ability he possessed be
t longed to his party and was giver
to it freely. He has worked o1
without recognition and without
the reward of office or the hope
thereof. He planted his faith ii
the Democratic party long year
ago and by that party he has stood
through good and through evi
report. The Floridian has beet
the organ of the Democratic party
.as far back as we can remember
Immovable as a rock Dyke ha
stood at his post. When angry
clouds hovered over the State like
ra funeral pall and everything for-
bode gloom and despair he gave
hope and encouragement and pre,
sented a silver lining to the dark-

est clouds. He was always hope-
ful after the severest defeats and
come weal or woe he never
struck his colors. Though he may
fail to pass muster in the new
school of straight-outera he has
never been crooked enough to get
his paper on the official list as his
straight-out cotemporary has done.
'This is a brief review of the tac-
tics of the parties under their new
leaders. We confess to be'ng only
a raw recruit and are liable to be
kicked in or ont at pleasure. Jf
Dyke is mustered out without a
protest we will hardly be mustered
in with any great blow of trum-
pets. But the coming contest is
one in which the whole people
should be heard and at their be-
hests small politicians should give
way. Grand reforms are demand-
ed and a victory of honfcsty over
dishonesty must be had at all haz-
ards. The hbst and surest way of
accomplishing this end should be
compassed by all the 1 people and
tihe policy adopted should be the
policy of success. Never was a
year of grander importance ushered
in and the old-settlers have too
much at stake to lose a single
vote by putting the lead into im-
proper aad unsafe bads,,


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We can't help repressing a ami
when entering into conversatii
with our new-comers. Howev
well things may appear to ,
they never appear so to their
Nothing suits them and they a
going to inaugurate a change at
produce wonders. New-come
are always great developers, Thi
are so many Solomons sent arnox
us by the invisible workings of i
unseen power to accomplish son
grand purpose. They will t(
you that they are going to crea
a new epoch in agriculture at
make Florida blossom as the -sun
mer rose.
Meeting a climate and a soil a
together different from what th(
have been accustomed to th(
don't seem to realize that it r
quires a different System of tillal
-a system as different as the e:
tremes of heat and cold. Instet
of receiving instruction from the
neighbors they set themselves u
as instructors. They laugh
derision at our plows and chuck
over our style of farming.
They import plows and harrov
and -all sorts of tools, the nami
of which we don't even know, ar
go to work to show us deludE
creatures how to farm. Th(
plant at the wrong time and plo
in the-wrong season. They g<
too much of the sub-soil on to
and turn too much of the top-so
under. The corn fires and tA
cotton rusts. One is planted tc
thick, and the other too thin. TI
year passes and nothing is mad
The "way we do it at home" don
seem to produce the same result
in Florida, as they are forced t
admit in the end to their sorrow
The next year they are willing t
receive instruction from their
.neighbors who have gathered th
honfey-!comb of knowledge froi
long years of practice and obsei
Those coming to engage i
growing fruits an-d vegetable
come with the same idea that the
must teach and cannot be taught
This seems to be the fault of a]
new-comers.., A few months, how
ever, rubs off a little of the ego
tism, and they soon find out to b
successful in planting new pro
ducts in a new country they mus
be willing to learn of others whi
know more about such thing
than themselves.
Politicians are possessed wit]
the same idea. As soon as the2
set foot on Florida soil they fin(
that everything is wrong and mus
be straightened out. If he is.i
Democrat he is going to teach th<
Democrats in Florida the mean.
ing of Democracy and how to con.
duct a Campaign. If he is a Re.
publican he is going to teacr
Florida Republicans what Eepub.
[icanism is and how it ought tc
)e taught.
We have twvo of this latter class
n our mind's eye. Both are edi-
b~re and both are for making a
traight-out-fight. Like all other
lew-comers they set themselves
p as teachers and refuse to be
aught. They, too, are Solomons.

Pheir papers are suns, giving a
tood flight to each of the politi-
al parties in this State.
One of these political giants
ourneys aMI the way from Wales.
fie comes as a benefactor of the
uman race and has been especial-
y attracted to Florida as offering
splendid field for operations.
)f course nothing suits him here.
le finds the very foundations of
)ciety corrupt and wrong. He
vill place it right. Having mixed
n the best society in Europe, as
e tells us himself, he knows how
t ought to be done. He com-
nenced his reform movement-at
Ave Oak. He will improve the
norals of the Republican press by
otting the example of publishing
! stolen correspondence. He ficds
be State House in 'he wrong
iace-a mistake of the early set-
ers.' It must be movpd. 'The
Id buiIding he will' have used
tley as a school for colored chil-
ren. He will have the Republi-
'n parfy reorganized and'differ-'
itly disciplined. Evervr Repub,
can must be whipped into ranks
ith a bloody, shirt in his hand.
nd if he rttues to wave it he

A Touching Story.
There could be no fitter story to
read as we sit above the Christ-
mas fire than that 'of the loss ot
the Water Witch, which comes to
us this week from Conception Bay.
Nine shipwrecked people find
themselves at midnight of Dec. 9
clinging to a fiozen rock, the
waves dashing over them inces-
santly, wh ie above them tower
gigantic peakh. There is no vs-
cape for thein; below is the seu;
it is impossible to climnb these
precipices, sheeted with ice. The
fisherman of a poor villag-, having
been roused by others ot the crew,
collect at the r-p of the rocks, the
good clergymian at iheir head. In
the darkneAs and driving storm
they can see nothing, only hear
the faint cries in the abyss below.
There is no way to hell; the ship-
wrecked people unless soqie man
will be lowered to carry then
a the almoAt certain risk
of death. The ulan offers him-
self-a rough fislermn, Alfred
Moores by name Three titiesl he
is swing down into the terrible
chasm and brought bick exhaust-
ed; the fourth tre reaches the crew.
and after long effort, they are one
by one carried safely to the top,
aud so to ate houses of the frieud-
,ly fishermen to be warmed and
Surely this is a story for Chist-
mas. The custom is right and
beautiful by which we bring St.
Nicholas and fairy tales and gifts,
and all the little tender sympa-
thies home wherewith to celebrate
the day on which Christ was born;
but not the leis belong to it hero-
ic acts of self-sacrifice and every
deed by which man greatly serves
his brother man. On Christmas
morning we will go to church, or
make our own children happy, or
give a little pleasure to some poor
woman in the alley, and feel that
we have partaken of the spirit of
Him who gave His life for us. But
this fisherman (who, for aught we
know, may have been Catholic,
Protestant, or outside of any
church) is roused out of his sleep
at the dead of night to look into
a black abyss and to hear human
voices. That is all: he cannot
even see whether they are men or
women there below, struggling
with death; he does not know
from what part of the world they
came: they are strangers-nothing
to him. Nothing but brothers; and
he takes his life i, his hand and of-
fers it for them. We are quite
sure as we read the story, that this
poor laborer on the dreary New-
foundland coast is a brother to us
all; and we believe that the Mas-
ter, "looking on the man, loved a

Jacksonville has had a 50,000

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After Forty Yearz, trial it is srill re-
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,Stephens. ," '
Governor of Alabamy.
"Your Regulator has been in use in
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H. F. Thigpen.
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"Simmons' Liver Regulator has proved
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"We have been acquainted with Dr
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?,e Democratic Meeting.
be Pursuant to the call in the las
be issue of this paper, some fort
be gentlemen assembled in Polk'
. Hall on Tuesday night. Col. D
0. Dawkins was called to th
Pt Chair, and W. H. Babcock wa
,es requested to act as Secretary. Th
be chairman stated that the objec
Is, of the meeting was for the purpose
he of organizing a Democratic C0u
r for service in the approaching
. campaign, and pointed out th
ci- great necessity and importance o
Ist such an association. A free dis
ie- cussion followed, which was par
,rs ticipated in by Capt. W. Stoke
It- Boyd, Col. Cooper, Mr. 0. Drew
t Col Call, the Messrs. Bentley, an(
to other gentlemen. The remarks c
e- the various speakers were short
Q.Y stirring, earnest and pointed, al
agreeing in the opinion that th
ies time had arrived for preparing fo
)m the coming struggle, and for, vig
,es orous, persistent, energetic an
t aggressive action. What was lack
tic ing in numbers, was more thai
be counterbalanced by the zeal
nd warmth and enthusiasm of those
)r- present. The latent spark wa
,Ie fanned into a bright and living
flame, whose cheering radiance
its will illuminate every portion c
ourtmisgoverned State.--Jackson
)w ville Press.
it ..
ay Gen. Wm. D. Barnes.
at We take the following from t
n- late issue of the Savannah News
nd As the News extender
c- circulation in Florida, having
M among its citizens probably at
I. large a subscription as any pape
he published within its borders, I
he seek, through its columns, to rec
ss ommend to the Democratic and(
s- Conservative party as the mos
a suitable nomination for Governoi
he that can be made, the gentleman
a whose name heads this communi.
t cation. In doing so, I would state
that I am not influenced by friend-
id ship, nor prompted by movtivei
ms of policy, but seek to promote the
Id best interests of the State, by
e- electing the right man to the right
place, recommending him to the
responsible position, not because(
be he is available, but because he is
)e so eminentily capable. The virtue,
d intelligence, and respectability of
st Florida, long to see, once more, in
r- the Gubernatorial chair, a man of
if culture, statesmanship and integ-
ie rity-and I cannot but add what
a striking contrast would be pre-
t- seated to the observing mine be-
3s tween what would then fill it, and
i- what, alas! fills it now. Florida
. to be redeemed from the oppres-
)f sive rule of the party who has
long fed on its vitals, must deter-
n mine to redeem herself, just as
!- Georgia, Alabama, Arkansas and
r Mississippi have done. Those
. States have given glorious exam-
. pies of what may be achieved, po-
litically, by the determination to
achieve. The latter State, for in-
n stance, bad greatly more to con-
t tend against than Florida can pos-
e sibly have. As soon as the bayo-
n net was removed from her breast,
s she collected her material, formed
d organizations, executed with skill,
combinations embracing the merit
1 of the whites and blacks, nomina-
n ted .her best men for office, and
y resolutely, courageously andI un-
.compromisingly entered into the
s contest to win, and she won. The
good prevailed over the bad, the
right over wrong, decency over
e filth, intelligence over ignorance,
- honesty over roguery, pluck over
Cowardice, patriotism over treach-

, ery; in short, that which makes
States over that which destroys
them. Florida will have mu^hb
less to do to effect her redemption
than Mississippi did. Let her,
then, take Courage and do it.
General Barnes is well known
as a lawyer of ability, of scholarly
culture, of practical, discriminat-
ing judgment, of broad, compre-
hensive views; without malice;
just without pretension, honest,
patriotic, firm. Politically, he
has opponents, but no enemies;
personally, he is deservedly popu-
lar, and no man is more so in the
State. If elected-and in order to
win there must be no "if" about
it-he would administer the affairs
of the State in a manner alike ju-
dicious and wise, and as no clique's
tool, but as an able, faithful ser-
vant, he would contribute much
toward redeeming Florida from its
present lamentable condition.
Jacksonville, Fla., Dec. 24,1875.

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i : ".Y.January i5th, ,876.

.... ^ Barnes, ofMarian-
: ^ inently spoken of as
v :,: ; atic nominee for Gov-
Dneral Barnes served as
.: )"::Dnel of the First Regi-
::i ;--iorida Reserves during
-). ." e is regarded as-a

: u. d motels and solid
"/". ^r: qualities for a Gov-

S .:: ieDemands for the New
i:* ^ /':.. :" ":.. ) Year. *
the beginning of the New
,i there comes almost ovaria-
batch of wholesome resolves.
0.eoe and all, hastily or careful-
retrospect the just ended year,
nd detecti ng here and there errors
f omission and commission hon-
alstly determine to so amend. our
:ways daring the coming year that
2^, its close Will find us with fewer
cas to regret. There is a post-
/ t"''ive sincerity in most of these re-
solves, for the reason that th(y
: i(B.generly mentally made. But
how few of-them, comparatively,
are. maintained. Scarce one in a

C',->ti well to agree with your-
se" Mrtthat intoxicating drinks shall
1 *' iofuture be avoided; that profanity
A shall never more be heard from
'. yohr lips; that fair and square
hebsty shall characterize all your
Af ""tdtlings with your fellow men;
4-4- th9Bt this demoralizing practice or
H -" t btthall not he repeated; but,
no S. all, is it not better not to re-
s olve too much? One thing at a
M ti is most likely to secure suc-
.j' eess. What shall that one thing

S We know of nothing 4n which
reform is more imperatively need-
ed than in the matter of daily ex-
pnmditures. With a few excep-
'iobal-v'ases retrenchment is de-
.,. ". ended all around.
The times, though a little bet-
: terthan they have been in some
yea, are still undeniably hard,
"0d if .e would keep up the mod-
ere prosperity which visited us
last year and from the effects of
high we are-still buoyed up, we
.an qnly do so by practicing the
most rigid economy. Fashion
must not be permitted to exert
her'4owerful influence and the ap-
"ftife for needless and expensive
lumxies mest be kept under re-
.et. l-Nickels must be saved
d. cfpltars will never accumulate.
Manh'tod, self-respect, and com-I
;..mon demney, demand .that white
-eo ha..'' ..... ?e ha8l keep awav, frbm
^ ^ i^^m~r'Thepromiscnous and
)' yi(,iellaneous7'gatherings at these
'-' iia is "a shameful satire, upon
'n.Q inmon now for white men to !
.)e .- k"iodked" over by ngroes at1
p -'.^hee places by-the score. Society
bedhg gradually though surely i
.. 'trmined.i Fathe'ris who have t
"ffghtere and brothers who have
i"ters whom they respect must i
-eep. way from these places ifi
A -: .hey ismh to preserve the honor of 1
in|>t society that was once a jewel r
"-:' ; S?8Iftld.I The fab,'ic of our' so- t

.:!. (^-i'te beaqty and its purity-- c

aiut directly to the miscella- j,
: al~tmltic promiscuous gatherings I
-'"^"^I:s daily meet "hail thllow well r
:-! At: these" places. It is time 1'
F--. J|r leelt,'. uien to halt and make a

":l, nd:.:emn resolves for the (

:: Il'^ :and1 purity of their as vi

,.,_. *'t ehildren-that they i',
/r'" :""g', igr add to the degrada- h
:-i."ft.Cqciety by being one of the il
-.. ^' 11 oti|oh number of "hail fel- n
H"it l mot" and "devil take I
4/fiatgSets whipped" that n
Fe at these places. so
y re looming up to a
-".of'.s-and to the left of tl

p ai^^# arund us, if wve are, p)
wari.any One of these places tl
-Iilrflnd he will oblige us o
-out of t acrosss 0
officite. That's the dr
-Iot: ind n for 1876. ca
ilk'- "--..."^ ;, ,.'l

By virtue of an execution Issued out
of the Circuit Court for the 5th Judicita
Circuit of Florida, for Sumter county,
and to me directed, I have levied upon
and will offer for sale before the CQurt
House door in the towu of Leeshnrg on
Monday the 3rd day of January, A. D.,
1876, the following described property,
The northeast lof section 11, and west
of southeast j of sec 19, and east j of
southwest i of see 18, and north i of the
northwest I and southeast j of northwest
j of sec 19, and west j of southeast j and
southwest I off northeast l and south i
of northwest and northwest I of north-
west j of sec 18, and southwest j of the
southwest qf sec 7, all in township 20,
south of range 23 east.
Levied upon as the property of Wiibni
W. Cassady to satisfy an execution in
favor Wiliam H. Chaffee& Co.
This November 29tbh 1875.
Sheriff Sumter co., Fla.
The above sale is postponed until fth
first Monday in February.
Sheriff Sumter co., Fla.

All persons frving demand% agaimt
the estate of JOEL L. OMAN. late
of Marile county, Florida, deceased,
are hereby notillcd to present the stame to
me duly anthcunt'eated v.-ithin thetime--,
prescribed by law', or the saine will be
r.rred payment. All persona indebted
to said estate are requested to make pay.
ment to the undersigned.
W. J. McRATH, Sheriff,
and Ex-Olncio Administrator.



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BY virtue of an execution issued out
of the Circuit Court for the 5th Judicial
Circuit of Florida, for Sumter county,
and to me directed, I have levied upon
and will offer for sale before the Court
House door in the town of Leesburg, on
Monday, the 8rd day of January, A. I).,
1875, the following described property,
The fractional east of southeast 4 of
section 9,, and west of southwest of
section 10, township 20, south of range
22 east, and w(st j of block No. 21, in
the town of Adamsville, and lot No. 2 in
block 33, and fractional lots No. 1 and 2
and blocks No. 1 and 18 in the town of
Levied upon as the property of Wilfon
W. Ca-sady to satisfy an execution in
favor of Johnston, Crews & Co,
This November 29th, 1875.
Sheriff Sumter co., Fla.
The above sale is postponed until the
first Monday in February.
Sheriff Sumter co., Fla.

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E. Lee and the Lost Cause, circle. It nontahis original and select.
Three Mag..ifcent Egravings just stories, wit, hlnor;lft.Every rfiu.
....n-.^a.. '-v--.lte a,r 1x18 nv the land shoulu siqbcrloe ff3!rtt
published on heavy plate paper 14x18. Its low pice (only one dollar) place It-
They touchingly portray the last M o wi- i nt he rea" c h o f t o r es t In h
ments of the great Statesman and Soldier th n te reecho! the Iborest hi the
with families and friends sorrowfully land. We pay all postage..
grouped around them It is a gem of---
art, beautiful In design, and should hang ArH wAT TRE ]'t TSnm'
in every house and cottage In the land. The Polkton-(N. C.) &nuhoW a,*yS
The Lost Cause represents a Confederate The HE"LD aIj one of t~he "test !p
soldier after the war returning to his In the Statte. ,' -
home, which he finds lonely and desolate, The eon ei (N 0.) Re a i"I
and telling a sad tale of the miseries of We congratulate our frlends Of tb*
war, and two graves with rude crosses Wadesborn HxsAUL vpon the fte ap.
on which some friendly hand has.hung a .... nc-of t ,lipap er ..
garland to the right, the calm river and T rhe redinot (N. (1.) "nrys TM
rising moon Indicate peace and rest. HEttALD44a sprightlyshoot,fIlo!
Sent by mail post-paid on recelpt of 50 a. ..othei ..tepinl a U"N
cents each. Agents wanted everywhere. The lAl I. 1pa t .CUM. Flm"Y
sgl these and other popular pictures. rpeHaving some OfthLe z wa "an
Terms sent when sample copy orderede. "Nol. hCarolina attached to its sta
Address F. M. HILL & CO.. Dealers Ia -There enough bumoraw Madnl Is
Books, Pictures, etc.., ashville renn.. to make one laugh for S wetk
008 m ', to kt you jo ll t l1 t i mCa
a~o m, .hotkmar~t (0.) gews. .

t Ws. pTccessor has already
%9t^^& 'Hit~s lihe expires
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T1A CoLtL "
MA",ON CO Y. '
NTOTICE is hereby given thit the ibo
lowing described lands wHi tie l6rd
at public auction on Monday tho .
7Tn DAY OF FEBRUARY, A. D. 1876,
at Ocala, In the county of -Marion, or Lp
much thereof as will be necessary to pay
the amount of taxes duly uss's"sd
against said property for the year 1875,
together with the cost of sale and adver-
Anderson, Mrs Jane; a8j of a e I and n
w I of s e j of see 28, and n jof ne and
n w I ot s w Jand n w Iof sec 26, Bded
of n e I of se 27, and s w I of sec 9D, a:A
n e of s e I of see 28, township 12, range
19, 680 acres; $48 90.
Broome, J TE; a grant of 112V acres in
township 14, range 23; $32 44
Casey, M G; n e j of sec 32, township
15, range 23, 160 acres; $34 f.5.
,Headdock, 'William; 80 acres land num-
bers unknown: $7 40.
James, Prince Sr; 80 acres land inum-
bers unknown; $7 48.'
Parties unknown; e J ofs e Iof see 27,
township 15, range 22, 80 acres; S8 00.
Parties u n k nown; the Francis Rich.rd
grant in township 13, range 26,1060 acres;
$28 00. i .
Bauldwin, James; lot 1 of block 27, 0.
S Ocala; $5 50.
Parties unknown, or M Bunis; w ofs
e I of sec 31, township 13, range 20, and
n of n w I of sec 6, township 14, range
20, and n w j of n e j of sec 6, township
14, range 20,;200 acres; three years taxes,
$26 75.
Parties unknown; lots 1.2, 3, 4 and S,
and e of n w I of sec 30, and lots 1. 2
and 3-of sec -81, and n w 1 of'section 19,
township 15, range 25, 70A acres; $26 00.
Parties unknown; w j of we j and n w
j of s e, of sec 33, township 17, range 28,
120 acres; $11 76.
Collector of Revenue, -
jan8-td. Mlarion county, Florida.

Dissolution of Co-Partnership.
The Co-Partnership heretofore existing
by. and between the undesigned in the
Tanning Business is this day desolved
by mutual consent.
Oc i.A, FLA., Jan. 3rd, 1876.
I will continue the Tanning Business
on my own account, and will exert my-
self to please all that will give me A call.
Hfides bought and leather sold.

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~LI~~LL~ ---- I

OCALA HousE-E. J. HARRIS, Proprietor. SheriffIs Sale. STEAMER OKAHUMKEE, .
Week end-ng Jan. 14th, 1876. CAPT. A. L. BICE,
Milton Broome, New York; J R Scott, MARION, COUNTY. CAP T. Jacksonville for Silver
city; A P Nott, Lake Ware; J M Corn- BY virtue of an execution issued out Spring, Lakes Griffin, iustis, Harris and
mander, Orange Lake; B C DuPont, of the County Court of Marion county, Okahumkee, every Thursday 8 a, m
Florida, and to me directed, wherein Palatka Thursday night after arriva.
Savannah, Ca; W Brandon, Columbia, Benjamin Wyman Is Plaintiff and W. J. of steamers Cfty Point or Dictator.
Tenn; E H Poole, New York; L E M. Griner, Administratoroftheestate of RETUNING:
Howard,. Webster, Mass; E N Tourte- Martin Griner deceased, is Dafendant, I RETUNING
lott_ wife and ild, Putnam, Conn. have levied upon and will offer for sale Will leave Silver Spring every Satur
lotte, wie and child before the court House door inthe town day morning at 10 o'clock, arriving at
-- f% -0+A -. f .- f -4. 0I 1- V.. -_ -bC1..-.. "D.P rl, rr,-bo t ln a mrining and at JakT-r

sonville Sunday night.
H. L. HART, Pro'pr Palatka, Fla.
R. J. ADAMS, Agent.

INSew Livery Stable.

The undersigned has just opened a
|L stable In Ocala and is prepared to
t furnish
or saddle-horses to travelers. .
He will run a line of hacks regularly
to Silver Spring this winter on the arri-
val of the boats. He will also be ore-




In .

Winter Schedule of the


Steam Packet Co.


-No..i3 s
north of O icals, iOesbi
Stage road. ,50- ,Wb W'
first-class pine lund;-1,"
and under cvjtivatiW-
outbuildings all in-.g
house and post ofmt
A splendid locality4.
30 sweet orange -teeop,-"
number of peach, banan i.
trees bearing. Well w-t,2
and small lakes. Pr.i
down, balance Oc tift. "
No. 14.--1,277
wm of Micauopy, 7 mtl
Railroad, in Alachua cou.
hammock, balance pine at
all ntitmproved. Price $2,
No. 15.-750 acres 1'.
Fijlngtoa, Marion cornty,
hamimock, balance pine lud,
cleared. Price $2,000 cash. SI
No. 16.--400 acres bew
anopy and Orange Lake, Marl0.
known as Judge Means "BEofie
First-clais lands, divided !.ta Iot%
acres each. Price $20 per sre; part,
Titles good.
No. 17.-A half interest In
acres In what is known as Prevlyoran
grove, on Orrange Lake, 10 acres ofwhl,
is a bearing sweet gr.jve, 10 acrmasm
budded with sweet buds, balned "it
proved wild orange grove.- Priet-OfB
tire interest $12,000 cash. Titles good.,
No. JL83=(5,40 acres, six ma
south of Ocala. 300 acres haimwofek t
ance first class pine land, 300acifeale
ed and about 150 acres in cultivate
has a number of sour and sweet MA
trees growing on the place, agoodai
portable dwelling and suitable out-bith
ings, all in good repair. Has agoodov
of water and two splendid springs. Prb
$4000 cash. Titles good. .
No. 19.-560 acres. situated i
hammock, about 8 mih
ville. U11 hamnmock.
first class land. 20 ac
orange and lemon tr
place, all bearing.
Price $5 per acre,p
suitable time.
Also 320 acres situated In An
hammock, 5 miles from Brooksv#Me
Hernando county, all hammock, u
proved. Has some wild orange se
p owing on it. Price 13 per acre, pe
cash, balance on time. Citke all &W
No. 20.-280 acres near B
ville, in Hernando county. .120
hammock, balance pine laudT 109 e
cleared and under cultivation. SW4
ing sweet orange tiees, 1 acre of aft
orange trees, 3 large scuppernong gp
vines, a number of peach and other ft
trees, all bearing. Comfortable dwelkb
with 6 rooms, and suitable out-bliUal
Has school house, gin house, sugar ml
rn mill and fixtures, all in good repa'
ell watered by a beautiful lake in fr6
[ dwelling. Price $3,000 cash. TItl
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Special Notice.


: Loal Department.
S T- -URDAY, .u ,.' 87
'..;"'" '" ":' SATIURDAY, January ,5th, ,876.

the southern part of town, and Mr. Jas.
D. Goss has added many buildings at
his steam mill.
Neither has our colored population
been idle.. Wallace Dawkins has a new
house erected on the site where his
old one was burned. Reuben Mitchell,
one of the compositors of this office, has
built a neat dwelling opposite the tan
yard, and Alfred Lark has built near
the colored Baptist iChurch. Rev.
Thomas Holsendorf is the pastor of the
Northern M. E. Church, built chiefly by
his exertions, in the western part of
Such are some of the "good works"
of 1875. We hope to be able to chron-
icle greater improvements for the cur-
rent year.
Sudden Deathof a Prominent
On going upon the streets early last
Wednesday morning we were painfully
shocked to hear that Mr. Irby Roberts,
one of our oldest and most highly re-
spected citizens, had died suddenly of
billious colic. Mr. R. was subject to
attacks from colic and was taken sud-
denly ill with this disease on Tuesday
but was not supposed by his friends or
the community to be in danger, but the
summons had come 'and on Tuesday
night he breathed his last.
Mr. Roberts came to Ocala many
years ago from Georgia and has been
actively engaged in business here. He
was one of our most prominent land-
marks, was an active member of the
Methodist Church, and had a wide cir-
cle of friends and acquaintances. His
devoted and heart-broken wife has the
sympathy of our community in her sad

that Rev. A. J. Battle, D.D., the distin-
guished President of Mercer University,
has begun a series of deeply interesting
articles in the Christian Index, on "the
Human Will." Dr. Battle stands aImong
the foremost representatives of the
Baptist denomination in the South, in
point of scholarship, worth and influ-
. In addition to these valuable contri-
butions we take occasion to say, that
the Index and Baptist is, undoubtedly,
the most prominent and influential re-
ligious family paper published in the
South. Under the managing editor-

ship of Rev. David E. Butler, assisted
bye a corps of first class editorial writers,
and enriched by contributions from the
ablest pens to be found among the
Baptist denomination in Georgia its
worth and influence among Baptists
cannot be overestimated.
But aside from its denominational
value, the Index commends itself to
every intelligent reader as pre-emninent-
ly worthy of patronage on account of
its value as a family and literary paper.
It presents whatever is worthy of pre-
sentation in the affairs of the day, in a
pure,. chaste and condensed style. Its
comments are terse, frank, unprejudic-
.ed, and always aim to elucidate th
truth and advance ;the good.
"Its literary tone is high, its ethics
broad and thoroughly Christian.; Ever3
.number contains something of interest
r and value to the matured man ant
Woman, as well as to the child. Church
1 Sunday School, and family interests,
> receive due attention in its columns
s and all "its departments are kept up t<
. the highest standard.
s Read the Index advertisement ii
. this number of our paper.

a n. d A g e


Having -purchased from the Ocala
Reading Club Appleton's Journal and
the Illustrated London News, for the year
1875, 1 hearby notify all parties having
in their possession any of the numbers of
these two periodicals that they are mine
and they wIll oblige me greatly by re-
turning the same at once. Otherwise
their conscience will prick them as be-
ing guilty of the 8 and 7 Commandments.

n y,

Ocala, Florida.


Large tracts of land, improved and an-
improved, in every part of the Interior
section of the State. Parties wLihirg
Winter ReM4dftesp
or a
Place for Gardening,
or lands suitable for

or a large plantation for sugar or cotton
owing, will find the thing they'want by
Walling' at our office, and as we are paying
particular attention to this business,
may be procured through our Agency
than in any other way.
Parties wishing to cultivate the soil
should remenimpr that in Florida the
growing season lasts TEN MONTHS, plant
ing commencing iu February, and that
vegetables and all
can be put into the New York market
from four t five weeks earlier than from
any other section of the country. Manf
vegetables may be produced all the year
round, and in no country in the world
will the suil repay the husbandman as


Temperature of the Weathe
the Week.


m. 70. 6 p. m. 65.
m. 67. 63
m 70. 63.
m. 72. 64.
m. 55. 54.
m.54. 62.
m. 51. 47.

r Sunday,
^ Monday,

141 '


ERAL MBH CHANTS.-I carry in stock from
1,000 to 3,000 boxes of window glass, (the
largest stock i the South,) embracing
all sizes, from 4x6 to 40x60, in single or
double, thick and polished plate. Stand-
ard brands of French and American made.
Stained, Cut, Ground, Enameled, and
Church Glass. Putty by the bladder or
ton. r Glazlers' Points, Knives, Dia-
monds, &c.
Above are imported direct from the
factories and I guarantee bottom prices.
Send tor latest quotations.
Truly yours,
Charleston, S. C.
Madame Foy's Corset and Skirt Suppor-
terlcombined. Wo'nau's greatest blessing,
at Hillyer's. Call and examine them.


D.B. PL pICHARDSON & Go., Publishers'
Agents,'lll Bay Street, Savannah, Ga.,
are authorized to contract for advertis-
ing in our paper.

Will leave Charleston every Tuesday
evening and Savannah every Wednesday,
for Fernandina, Jacksonville, Palatka
and all intermediate landings on the bt,
Johns river.
Will leave Palatka every Thursday even-
ing, Jacksonville every Friday to suit
the tide, Fernandina same day, arriving
at Savannah and Charleston every Sat-
Will leave Charleston every Saturday,
Savannah every Sunday afternoon, for
Fernandina, Jacksonville, Palatka and
intermediate landings.
Wll leave Palatka every Tuesday even-
ing, Jacksonville every Wednesday morn-
ing, to suit the tide, Fernandina same
day,, arriving at Charleston and Savan-
nah every Thursday.
The above steamers make close con-
nection with New York steamships.
Through tickets and through bills of
lading given to Baltimore, Philadelphia,
New York and other places by both
These steamers connect with the Flori-
da R. R. at Fernandina, J., P. & M, R. R.
at Jacksonville, St. Johns R. R. for St.
Augustine at Tocoi, with steamers at
Palatka for Mellonville, Enterprise and
the upper St Johns. Also with steam-
ers for the Ocklawaha river.
RAVENEL & Co., Charleston.
JEFFREYS, BIo. & SoN,'Fernandina.
JEFFREYS & BRO., Jacksonville.
R. J. ADAMS, Palatka.
C. H. BOHN, St. Augustine.

Mr.+J, M. Reddick has purchased the
IDrug Store. -<

',Hon. J.. T. Walls has sent us a com-
plete set of the Congressional Globes for
which he has our thanks.

Mr. -Geo. C. Leavel has been return-
edt, this place by the Bishop for an-
Other year. 'He arrived !astnight.
Col. John M Martin and wife, Miss

Charlotte Re edon and others, arrived
oa thie Tuskawilla this' morning.

BY VIRTUE of sundry executions to me
directed, wherein Michael McCarrol
is Plaintiff and Abner H. McCormick is
Defendant, and Robert Erwin is Plaintiff
vs. the same Defendant, and Martha
Stewart, Administratrix, is Plaintiff v.
the same Defendant, I have levied upon
and will sell before the Court House door
in the town of Ocala, on Monday, the 7th
day of Februry, 1876, the following
described property, to-wit:
That parcel of land beginning at the
southeast corner of section 24, township
12, range 21 east, running north 20 chains,
thence west 80 chains, thence north 60
chains, thence west 40 chains, thence
south 60 chains, thence south 45 degrees
east 56 chains and 57 links, thence east
10 chains, thence south 4.9 chains, thence
ast 10 chains, thence north 20 chains,
thence west 60 chains, thence north 40
chains to the place of beginning.
The southwest quarter, and west half
of northwest quarter, and the southeast
quarter of northwest quarter, and north-
east quarter of northwest quarter of sec-
tion 35, township 12, range 21, 317 acres;
and southwest quarter of northwest
quarter of section 9, township 19, range
21, 40 acres; and lots 1 and 2 of section
19, township 12, range 21, 90 acres; and
west half of northeast quarter, and west
half of southeast quarter of section 28,
township 12, range 21, 160 acres; and
northeast quarter of northwest quarter of
section 23, township 17, range 19, 40
acres; all situated in the aforesaid county
and State of Florida.
Levied upon and to be sold as the prop-
erty of the Defendant in saia executions.
Terms cash.
Postponed from last sale day.
jan8-td.5t. Sheriff.

Rev. Mr. Nail, of the Presbyterian
o ministry,' delivered a course of very
interesting sermons in this place the
latter part of last and the forepart of
the present week. We hope the fruit
of the good seed so diligently planted
will be long felt in the community.

On last Sunday four Wagon Ioads of
colored people passed through this place
en, rw for Sumter county. Hith-
erto the immigration to that as well as
al counties south of this has beer. com-
posed wholly of white persons. These
are the-firstl colored settlers we have
seen on their way to South Florida.

.Messrs. Benjamin Bros. have pur-
chased the lot formerly occupied by
Capt. S, 0. Howse, fronting the 'Public
,Square, and intend having immediate-
-yY erected upon it one of the finest store
buildings that has ever yet graced Ocala.
'Mr. George D. Tyler has the contract.
'This firm is one of the most wide-awake
in the county and mean business. We
also understand they will have a dwell-
ing house 'erected on the same lot.-
Success to them.
xj 4
FeNE ORANGEs.--The largest and
finest oranges we have ever seen was
sent us some weeks ago by Mrs. Judge
Tillman of Sumter county. They were
of tremendous size, bright color and
splendid flavor. We have no hesita-
tion in saying that they are the finest
oranges grown in Florida. She will
have samples at the State Fair and will
be!.a candidate for the first prize and
we know she'll get it,. Her crop is still
unsold. Persons wishing large oranges
to send to, friends will do well to ad-
dress Mrs. Tillman at Sumterville.

1876 will'be'a year-of stirring polit-
ical events.I Piping times may be look-
ed for. National and State' officers are
to be elected and no one at least in this
county ought to be without the Banner,
It will keep along with the times. Re-
cluse. will be4 a scientific contributor
through the year. James will continue
his accurate peti photographs of All
importantoints in the State, and we
shall endeavor to keep our readers
posted on all local, political and pass-
ing events. Pay up your subscriptions
and continue your paper. $2 is a tri-
fling sum-when the stirring events o
the new year are considered. $2! Wh(
would be without the Banner for so
small a sum?

A' Walk around Ocala will .convino
the observing pedestrian that somE
changes ,or the better have been mad(
in the cour-se of the last year. Our side
walks, which were at one time entire,
bed.of sand, and which need further


and the means of transport
ducts to market ar. iDImwC

The Climate

fill on thhI
ind In no part ofth1
an average of health
The great variety
boundless field for en
Gf)od people from

The New and Elegant U. S. Mail



The following lands are offltiHr
through this Agency:
No. 1-680 acres 10
of Ocala, in Marion couny.*SOaciaJi
hammock, 480 acres pine land, 150 aer
cleared. Land well wate-ed by
small lakes, has a few large orange y
apple trees. Price $3800. $1000 drt
balance any length time desired witlkj
per cent. interest. Warrantee titles.
No. 2.-760 acres 4 miles south
of Flemington, iu Marion county. 125
acres hammock, 635 acres pine laud, 150
acres cleared. Land well watered by.a
beautiful running branch and several
small lakes. Price $5,000, one half down,
balance on suitable time. Warrantee
No. 3.-320 acres 12 miles west
of Ocala, on Ocala and Archer station
road, in Marion county. 90 acres ham-
mock, 230 acres pine land, 125 acres clear
ed and under cultivation. Has a two-
st'ory dwelling with six rooms, open pi-
azza, two brick chimneys, all outbuild-
ings, &F., complete. Place well watered,
good cistern and two small lakes on the
land. 20 bearing sweet orange trees, and
400 sweet seedlings 1 and 2 years old, 75
bearing peach trees and banana grove
bearing. Price $6,400, one halt down,
balance on time.; Warrantee titles.
No. 4.-240 acres 10 miles north
west of Ocala, in Marion county. 150
acres hammock, 90 acres pine land, 20
acres cleared. Watered by a small lake.
Price $800 cash. Titles good.
No. 5.-640 acres hammock and
pine land and mixed land, 4 miles north
of Ocala, in Marion county, situated on
the Waldo and Ocala Railroad. 150 acres
cleared, 80 acres under cultivation, 100
orange trees, some bearing, a few peach,
lemon and banana trees all hearing. Three
settlements on the land, dwellings and
outbuildings all complete. Watered by
good wells and small lakes. Price $5 per
acre, one third down, balance one and
two payments on time. Titles unencum-
No. 6.-240 acres in section 31,
ownship 14, range 20, in Marion county.
2 0 acres hammock, balance pine land, un-
improved. Price $700 cash. Titles good.
No. 7.-240 acres in section 36,
township 13, range 19, in Marion county,
80 acres hammock, balance pine and mix
ed land, 50 acres cleared. Has a few or-
ange trees. Watered by a small lake.
Price $1000, half down, balance on time,
Titles good.
No. 8.-80 acres on kill Creelr,
near Iola, 1 miles from Ocklawaha riv-
er, in Marion county. All mixed land,
suitable for orange and other tropical
fruits. Has a bold creek running through
the land, a beautiful mill seat. Price $5
cash per acre. Titles good.
No. 9.-"120 acres in Gulf ham-
mock, In Levy county, situated on the
Florida Railroad, 18 miles east of Cedar
Keys-. All hammock, 10 acres cleared.
Excellent land for gardening, fruit grow-
ing, &c. Price $800 cash. Titles good.
No. 10.-338 acres on Lake
Okahumpkee, Sumter county. 80 acres
hammock, balance pine land, 60 acres
cleared. Dwelling and outbuildings In
good repair. Well watered and very
healthy. 20 bearing sweet orange tree&
Price $1200 without present crop of or-
anges or $1400 with the present orange
crop; one half cash, balance on time. Ti-
tles good.
No. 11.-2,000 acres 5 miles
west of Ocala, known as the Capt. Taylor
plantation. Largest portion first-class
hammock, balance pine and mixed lands.
Several hundred acres under cultivwtlon-
Dwelling, outbuildings, &c., in good ra.
pair. Well watered. Steam saw Mill,
cotton gins, sugar mill fIlxture-, &c., all
in good order and sold with plafe` Price
$25,000; one third down, balance on suit-
able time. Titles good.
No. 12.-1700 aores along the
bank# of t6e Withlacoocbee river, Marlow
county. Part hammock, balance pine,
fine timbered, with beautiul blufb, &,
on the river, all unimproved. Price $2
per spare; one half cash, balance on time.
TItles g*oo.




Will leave Palatka every Monday and
Thursday evenings, after the arrival of
Charleston and Savannah steamers.
Will leave Silver Spring every Sunday
and Wednesday mornings at 10 o'clock.
Connection made at Silver Spring with
stages for Ocala and Leesburg.
decll-tf. Proprietor.
For Palatka and Silver Spring!

Will leave Palatka every Thursday
evening, after arrival of the Charleston
steamer, and arrive at Silver Spring
every Saturday morning.
Will leave Silver Spring every Satur
day at 12 o'clock, and arrive at Palatka
every Sunday morning.
Polite attention shown to all passen-
gers. oct9.1 y.

ed by spring and we VZ 't
$6.000, hall cash, balance on stita,
time. Titleirgood.
No. 22 -6 73-100 abres 14t
town of Ocala. 200 orange trees
number of other fruit trts. Sple4
dwelling house with 5 rooms hkndsonA
furnished and suitable out-buildigs,
in good condition. Price $35, W41A
cash, balance on suitable time. Tl
good. '
No. 23.--One corner lot 52AlI
feet adjoining Post office In the town
Ocala, and one central, business lot
said town, unimproved. Pre$900cA
Titles good.
No. 24.-One store houmr
lot In the central business portion of I
town of Ocala, very desirable buslni
locality Pce $1000, half cash$ AWi
on time. Titles good.

Sheriff's Sale.
BY virtue of the authority vested in
me by a Decree or Judgment of Fore-
closure and sale rendered the 30th day of
March, A. D., 1872, in a cause pending
in the Circuit Court of the 5th Judicial
Circuit of Florida, in and for .the county
of Marion, wherein Samuel A. Swann,
Trustee, was a Complainant, and the
Florida Railroad Company is Defendant,
I will offer for sale and sell at public
outcry, in front of the Court House door
in the town of Octla, county and State
aforesaid, On the first Monday in Febru-
ary, A. D., 1876, being the first day of
said month, the, roadway, depots, sta-
tions, franchises and equipment, and
all the right title, interest, possession or
equity of redemption of the said Defend-
ants of, in, or to the roadway, depots,
stations, franchises and equipment, and
all other rights and interest thereto be-
longing between Waldo, (tfe Cedar Keys
unction,) and southward in the direc-
tion of Tampa Bay and known as the
Southern Section of the Florida Rail-
road, or so much thereof as is necessary
for the payment of the outstanding BonCs
principal and interest, issued by the
Florida Railroad Company, and to secure
which said Trust Deed, or Mortgage, was
executed. W.J. McGRATH,
Sheriff Marion co., Fla.




In Circuit Court, 5th Judicial iArcui
of Florida, Sumter county.
and others, Defendants.,
T APPEARING by affidavit that the
defendants, William H. Chaffee and
Thomas S. 0. Brien, of the firm of Wil-
liam H. Chaffee & Co., and Archibald S.
Johnston, Abram J. Crews and Archibald
S. J. Perry, of the firm of Johnston,
Crews & Co., reside without the limits
of th6 Fifth Judicial Circuit of the State
of Florida, and also without the limits
of said State, so that ordinary process
cannot be served upon them;
It ts tfirefare Ordered, That the said
defendants do appear, answer, plead or
demur to the bill filed in said suit, other-
wise the same shall be taken as confessed,
and a decree pro confesod entered.
It is further Ordered, That this order
be published tor four months in the East
Florida Banner.
J. H. GOSS, Judge.
G. M. T. SImmNs, Clerk.








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Robinson Crusoe, Paul and Virginia,
Gulliver's Travels, Elizabeth,
Vathek, Piddioia,;
Undine, Tales from Arabian Nights,
complete In ONE VOLUME of over 1,000
pages, beautifully illustrated with 34
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all who mean business and will faithful
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oc2,lm. 27 Park Place, New York

'improvement, 'hate been roughly but -fillyer has a few of the best Sausage otrycA. Do1876 between thelegalhours-
substantially covered in some places Cutters and Stuffurs combined ever yet of sale, to the highest bidder for cash, the
with broken sand-stone, which renders brought to this county. following described property, to wit:
walkng mch esie fin plesant 8 of section 19, and n J'ot section 30,
walking muh easier ad pleasant. is not the quantity eaten that gives and se of ne andw of neand n
Our court liouse in the last year had strength, life, blood and health. It is j of s e j and s w I of s e j and n e j of
a substantial and neat picket fence built the thorough digestion of the food taken, s w j of Osection 20, and s w j of n w j
S aud n w I of s w j of section 21, all in
around it, which is the ornament of let It be much or little. Therefore, do township 14, range 22; also, the e ofrs e
OUr Public Square. We are sorry to not stimulate up the stomach to crave j of section 24, and the e j of u e I of sec-
see ftl;on of te ga>es, is down and food, but rather assist digestion after f tion 25, and s e j of section 1, and n j of
see o eating, by taking I Simmons' Liver Reg D n e i of section 12, township 14, range
nearly all of them out of repair. This ulaor, 121; also, the w I of s w j of section 6,1
should -be attended to immediately by township 14, range 22 east; 1,392 acres, I
our City Fathers. A fine assortment of cheap fui nitur, at more or less,
ourye's Levied upon to satisfy the above exe-
Two neat market houses have been lyer- Fi you homes with com- cution. W. J. McGRATH,
forts and make them attractive to your Sheriff Marion co., Fla.
erected, our Public Well provided-with children.
a pump which dispenses the cooling NA
liquid- to man and beast-and altogeth. A Baptist Preacher Testifies. OTICE OF FINAL DISMISSAL.
DR.TTuTr DxAR Sm -Having usedN
er we think that our town has improved. S + : :-- six months -after the first publication
Pria. rsons too. spem to ave i ormy family foresix years your Expecf of this notice, I will present my accounts
caught ^ t spirit of' improvement, an t. n m it due to yourself and the and vouchers as Executor of the Last
~augnt mh spirit of improvement, and | public to state that I have uniformly will and testament of PAUL McCOR-
the evidemc of it is to be seen in the found it efficient in releivng and curing CK, deceased, to the iorable Judge
Cngms and alterations of old housesI pulmonary diseases. I am strictly op- Florida, h aC d ask for a 11=1 discharge
for the beftr and in the building of posed to quackery, but touching this from tLe said estate.
tasy new ones. Mr. Thomas Steele very pleasant and excellent medicine "I THOS. C. ELLIS,
a Mo k r t DP m.... ma have testified that which IdT know and Dc 14th, 1 Executor.
.. .. ... that which I have erenced. Respect- decl8-6m.
among fose who have made neat and fully'yours, J. C. HAwiaovirs,
usfti d alterations in their dwellings, Pastor Baptist Church, W -A-IN*TED !
and Judlve Hi"Yir's and Mr. McGrath's March 19, 1874. Elml* N., Y .
"W h 'sesh* wwhat 1875 did in the I O Hands to work orange trees, &c., on
?*nJ^ r r town. ?W. Sea. Foam for 'lght bread and cakes is, West end of Orange Lake. Apply to
.b .l e for our town. Mr. the suit preventive of a "r hbamnd, JOHN C. CHAMBERS.
p ILA MIilV ane Io a" ilhert"uWs it + has-8t

Capt. C *STrA ,- '

These steamers sall from New To
Pier 2, North River, '

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and from Fernandina RAtlrf WIN
W ED N E B A---
These steamersm oonn
with the Atlantfc, Gu,
Transit Company's l"ff

to all points on that road, aswA WM
points In Florida on the line of 1AG JA
sonvilie, Penaa&ola & Mobile RdM
Insurance eftected at 0f
at the Steanmhip Oomp00=0 0
Fot ftigb't Ofrp0,igepply 4'. A

5 WiU.Mn @osl. I
Representing CHATEa ft IR

pared to furnish. travelers with convey-
ances to Orange Lake, Leesburg, Gaines-
ville, Homasassa, or
Persons having their horses put up at
this stable may rest assured that they
will be well fed and carefully groomed.

Book Ageit
and Good Salesmen
Are "COINING MONEY" with the famous
The French Edition of which sells for
$16M and the London Edition for $900.
Our Popular.Rdition ($5.50,) containing
over one hundred full-page quirto plates,
Is the cheapest and most elegant publi-
cation In America, and the best to sell.
Critics vie with each other in praising it
and the masses buy it.
Agent in Charleston, S. C., reports 97
orders; one in Ninety Six, S. C., 107; one
in Virginia, 247; another In Memphis,
200 orders, taken Iv three weeks.
Full particulars free. Address J. B.
IFORD & CO., Publishers, 27 Pari Place,
New York. del8 Inm.

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Ocala, Florida.
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In Circuit u't,

For the Fifth Judicial rcuit of Flor
ida, Marion Younty.
Bill for partition of lands.
Martha C. Caldwell, Joseph Caldwell,
James J. CaldweHl, John C. S. Brown,
W. M. Greer and Nancy, his wife; Joseph
C. Coffield and Eva E., his wife; --Le-
gin and Medora, his wife; P. S. Brooks
and Henrietta, his wife; George Lane and
Jane, his wife; Abraham Sleigh and
Amelia. his wife; James C. Boozer and
William MeMorris.
Bill for partition of certain tracts of
land being and situate in said county
and State, and more particularly describ
ed as follows, to-wit.
The northeast quarter of northwest
quarter and northwest quarter of north-
west of northwest quarter of section 9ID
township 15, range 20, containing 240
acres, more or less.
Lot 1 of section 17, township 15, range
22, containing 79 acres, more or less.
The southeast quarter of southeast
quarter and northeast quarter of section
8, township 15, range 22, containing 200
acres, more or less.
The southeast quarter of southwest
quarter of section 3, township 15, range
23, and north ht f of northwest quarter
of section 10, township 15, range 23, and
east half of northeast quarter of section
9, township 15, range 23, the same con
tainlng 157 acres, more or less.
The southwest quarter of northwest
quarter of section 9, township 15, range
22, containing 37 acres, more or less.
The east half of northwest quarter of
section 6, township 15, range 23, contain-
ing 79 acres, more or less.
The east half of southeast quarter of
section 25, township 15, range 23, and
north half of northeast quarter and east
half of northwest quarter and south half
of southeast quarter of section 35, town-
ship 15, range 23, and north half of north-
east quarter and north half of northwest
quarter and southwest quarter of south-
east quarter of section 36, township 15,
range 23, containing 591 acres, more or
The east half of northeast quarter of
section 18, township 15, range 22, con-
taining 80 acres, more or less.
The west half of southeast quarter and
east halt of southeast quarter of section
9, township 15, range 23, containing 118
acres, more or less.
The north half of southwest quarter of
section 10, township 15, range 23, con-
taining 80 acres, more or less.
The southeast quarter of northwest
quarter and northwest quarter of north-
west quarter of section 3, township 15,
range 22, containing 78 acres, more or
The southeast quarter of southwest
quarter of section 4, township 15, range
23, containing 39 acres, more or less.
The north half of section 8, township
15, range 23, containing 320 acres, more
or less.
Lot in the town of Ocala, numbered
and descrilwd on the maps and surveys
thereof as east half of block 57.
Upon reading and filing the above bill
for a partition of said lands, and after
due consideration thereof by tne Court,
It is Ordered, That the said defendants
plead, answer or demur to the said bill
on or before the Rule Day in January,
A. D.j 1876, to-wit: The first Monday in
January, A. D., 1876; anid if by that time
no answer, plea or demurer is filed by
them as aforesaid, then and in that case
a deciee pro wnfesso will be entered by
the Court.
It is furt~wr ordered, That this order
be published in the East Florida Banner
for the space of eight weeks.
Nov. 25th, 1875; Judge.


Welcomed to. m
People from the North
Feel Assured of Per
Real Est!
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Eighteen mndm4ed S. c i
the Centennial year Itli-
In which an portionon Holtaee w
sentatiTvP, be firrt st ar 8"a
be in power at Wshingotwwd nrt ir
of the twenty third election sf a Pi.
dent of the United Statea. All of Utee
events are. sure to be of great it
and importance, especially the tWo'-atu
ter; and all of them and everytl |ng o-"
nected with them will be tully awi .
ly reported and expounded In the aFn.
The Opposition House of Representa.
tivw. taking up the line of Inqtury ope5
ed-ye-ars ago by the 3un, will sternly and
diligently v invustigate.he corruption
and misTleedt ot Graut's a(istatptton;
aid will, it is to be hoped, 'ay-the foun-
datlons for a new and better period in
our national history. Of all this The
Son will contain complete and accurate
accou,,ts-, rurniuiing its readers with
early Pnd trnutworthy information upon
the"e ahsorbi n topicn-u.
The twentIy.i-third Presid.-ntial election
with the preparations for it, will be
memorable a- d. ciding upon Grant's as-
piration8 for a third term of -power and
plunder, and still more as deci|inag who
shall be the candidate of the party of Re-
form,and as decting that eaMidldat. C'on-
cerni g: all these subject, those who
read The Sun will have the constant
means ofbeing thoroughly 'we llfornim-
ed. -'
The WEEKLY SUN, which has attained
a circulation of over "ighty .. thousand
copies, already has its readers in every
State and Terrtfory, vM trust that the
year 1676 will see their numbers doubled.
It will ountinue to be a thoiugb news-
paper. All the general news of the day
will be found in it, condensed when un-
important, at full length when of mo-
ment; and always, we trn;t, treated in a
clear, interesting .and instructive man-
n er. -
It Isour aim to make the WEEMxT
Str the best family newspaper In the
world, and we shall continue to aive in
its columns a aInrge amount of miscella-
neous reading, such as stories, tales, po.
ems, scientific intelligence and agricul-
tnral luformation, for which we sae not
able to i ake room in our dally edition.
The agricultural department especially
is one of its prominent features. The
fashions are regularly reported in its col-
umns; and so are the markets of every
kind. ,
he WEEKLY SUN, eight pge with
fifty six broad columns is only $120 a
year, postage paid. As this price barely
repays i he cos t of the paper, no duicount
can be made firom this rate to clubs.
agents, Postmasters, or any one.
The DAILY SUN, a large four ,page
newspaper of twenty-eight columns,
gives all the news for two cents a copy.
Subscription, paid 55c. a month or $6.50 i
a year. Sunday edition extra, $1.10 per
year. We have no traveling agents. "
Address THE SUN, New I ork City.


racts of land, improved and tur-
-in every .pakrtofthe interior
he State. Parties wishirg,
inter Residences)
;*-::: or a 1

o r "Garden ns
or lands suitable for .
rge plantation for sugar or cotton
Wt, will find the thing they want by
ngat our office, and as we are paving
,hoular attention to this business,
ay be procured through our Agency
.ma in any other way.
SParties wishing to cultivate the soil
should remember that in Florida tke
growing season lasts TEN MONTHS, plant-
"i commencing "m February, and that
vegetables and all
ean be put into the New York market
S"-ord four t," five weeks earlier than from
.-ay other-section of the country. M.ine
vegetables may be produced all the year
0*roand, and in no country In the world
W .ill the soil repay the husbandman as
ad the rnetn of transporting those pro-
iht to market are UNEQUALLED.
. ,- _** -'**-" ... .~
...." S tate is the most Delight-
lfaa On the Continent,
S ,o part of the Union can as great
Si, average of health be obtained.
T1" he great variety of products offer a
b notidless field'for enterprise aud

It requires no Instructions to ratm it. It ca not get out of ordur.
It Will do evory class and I kd of work.
It ill se0W t from Tissue Paper to 2agess Leather.
It Is as far la advance of other viewing Machins in the magnitude f
its auperiorlvrovements, as SteaM OaM= eweellm I ncuevements
the old fahuoned Staep Coach.
Prids1 3n zt n to suit the times,
Either for Cash or Credit.
wSendor illustratee Cataloe of AGENT8 WANTED.
STYLES and PRICES. }il/ n~CU
oCLE A= g21, 0o;, Cm=IG, =g, .w TOSS, X. M,
1TEW O0LEAVS, LA., ST. L0IS, 30.5


"Philharmonic" Piano
. This entirely new instrument possess-
ing all the essential qualities of more ex
pensive and higher priced Pianos is of-
fered at a lower price than any similar
one now in the market. It is durable,
with a magnificent tone hardly surpassed
and yet it can be purchased at prices
and on terms within the reach of all.
This instrument has all the modern im-
provements; including the celebrated
'Agraffe" treble, and is fully warranted.
Catalogues mailed.
re the best made. The touch is elastic,
nfd a line singing tone, powerful, pure
ud even.
annot be excetiled in TONR or BEAUTY;
hey defy competition. The Concerto
eto. is a fine imitation of the Human
during this month. Monthly Install-
nents received; on Pianos, $10 to $20;
)rgans, $5 to $10; Second hand instru
rents, $3 to $5, monthly after first De-
osit. AGENTS WANTED. A liberaldis
ounwt to Te ichers, Ministers, Churches,
schools, Lodges, etc. Special induce
cits to the trade. Illustrated eatalo-
ues mailed. HORACE WATERS &
()XS, 481 Broadway, New York. Box

Waters' Pianes and Organs.

Govervor-Marcellus L Stearns.,
Secretary of State-Samuel B McLin
r Attorney-General-Wm Archer Cocke
Comptroller-C A Cowgill.
Treasurer-Charles H Foster.
Superintendent of Public Instruction
- -William Watkin Hicks.
Adjutant-General-John Varnum.
Commissioner of Lands and uImmigra-
tion-Dennis lEaaan
(Pos-offeice address, Tallahassee.)

Warden-M. Martin, Chattahoochee.
Chief- ustice-E M Raudall, Jackson-
Associate Justice-J D Westcott, Ir.,
Associate Justice-R B Van Valken-
burgh, acksonville.
Clerk-Lymian B Foster, Tallahassee,
1st Circuit-W WV Van Ness Pensacola.
2d Circuit -P W White, Quincy. -
3d Circuit-Wm Bryson, Suwannee
4th Circuit-Robt B Archibald, JaCk-
5th Circuit- H Goes, G.tuvsville
6th Circuit-Miner Bethel, Key West.
7thli Ciro4it--J V Price Eu:trprise,
ist Circuit-D L McKinnon, Vernon.
2d Circuit-Bo.ling Baker, Tallahassee
8d CGrcnit-Chas F King, Madis.rn.
4lh Clr-LuiL-1' A ;icDounei;, Jack
5th ,ircml- G.o J Arnow Micanopy.
6th Circuit-Joseph B WaIl,e'ampa.
7th Circuit-T E Wilson, Mvllonville.

o' .mwing on it. Price $3 per acre, pi
"- SIRE GUARRANTEE OF SU00ESS. cash, balance on time. Titles all goo
S. ^' "wL f 11 No. 20.--280 acres near Brooc
'.'Good people from all sections are N o. -.--280 acresonear ook
:,:. .. vile, in Fernando county. 120 aci
'.,... T 1lhammock, balance pine land, 100 ac:
,.. WeCl3nled to Florida. cleared and under cultivation. 24 bef
ing sweet orange tiees, 1 acre of sin
people from the Northern States can orange trees. 3 large scuppernong gra
vines, a number of peach and other fru
S oeel Absured of Perfect Safety, .trees, all hearing. Comfortable dwelli
Kwith 6 room, and suitable out-buildint
.t "J.4.0.F. D Et V & CO., Has school house, gin house, sugar mi
' Real Estate Agents. corn aill and nxtures, all ingood repa
'--*. __ Well watered by a beautiful lake in fro
-, of dwelling. Price $3,000 cash. Tit!
The folowin lands are offered for sale goo.i .
though this Agency: No. 21.-240 acres adjoini
-No. L-680 acres 10 miles west the town or Ocala. 30 acres hammo
efOca#l4, Marion county. 200 acres balance pine and mixed land. 60 acr
m... L. 4 .pineu1 acre cearelld. 100 orange trees, a number
e. I, 1. Lav4T well waste ed by two peach, plumn and other fruit trees. A fli
a. sa few large orange -mid dwelling with 8 rooms, each 18x20 fee
trs rie $ 3800. $1000 down, piazza above iand below, all suitable on
I"uce k ny length time desired vith 10 buildings in excellent condition. Wate
P. w ceno. .tereat.: Warrantee titles, ed by spring and well water Pri
:1 Io. 2.-760 acres 4 miles south $Xl00o, halt cash, balance on suitab
iof Flemington, in Marion county 125 time. Titles good.
s"ges hammock, 635 acres qpr.e land, 150 No. 22 -6 73-100 acres in' th
....aores clkw'Pd. Land w.-l watered br a tow of Ocala. 200 orange tree and
'beakiftil running branch an,,dsevteral o c l. 20orn etesa d
Veailiftdl runnes P ranc h $5,000 oneveal nuiumlh r of o, her fruit tr es. Splendid

balance.on suLitable time. arrant,' furnisel ai l suitable out-buildings, a
* good con ition. Price $2500, $1,00
SNo. 3.-320 acres 12 miles west cash, balance on suitable time. Title
OfOcala, on Ocala and Archer s'ation good.
ld, in Marion county. 90 acres hamn- No 23.- One corner lot 52x10
-Qock, 2#30 acres pine land, 125 acres clear feet arij)ining Post office in the town c
.ed -,and under cultivalion. Has a two. Ocala, and one central business lot 1i
story dwellinwit six rooms, open pi- said tow improved. Price$900casl
A~Za, two brick chimneysu, all outbuihl- Title.stod
rigs, &c., complete. Place%%vell watered, No- 4 O s
S good stern and two sinall lakes on the N o.24-One store house an
iad. '20 bearing sweet orange trees, n nd lot in t0e central business portion of ,h
400 sweet seedlings I and 2 years ol.d, 75 town of Ocaia, %ery desirable business
bearing peach trees and banana gruve locality. Price $1000, half cash, balance
..bearing. Price $5,400, one hall down on time. Titles good.
balance on time. Warrantee titles.
No. 4.-240 acres 10 miles north NEW YORK AND
SWeat of. Ocal4, in Marion county. 150
'(a":8haWnolck 90 acres pine hid,, 20
::E^^ e re.Watered by small lake. ER A I N
.;*- -- tieood.F
A' .>.b---640 acres hammock and FERNANDINA
.. ififel ad abd mixed land, 4 miles north STEAMSHIP LINE.
of Gt ln Mtarlon county, situated on
,the Wjildo and Ocala Railroad. l.10acres
cTeared, 80 acres under cultivation, 100 &
o016g4 treefefiome bearing, a few p'ch,
liemo"n and ana tree- all-bearing. Tbr-ee
Settlements ou the land, dwellings andi FERN.ANDINA, FLA., March 24, 18756
vgtbuildings all complete. Watered by
good wells and simal!' lakes. Price $5 per
acre, on. rd down, balance one aud
two Paymentson time. Titles unencum- MONTGOMERY
No. 6.-240 acrs in section 31, Capt. FAIROLOTH,
ownship 14, range 20, in Mariuncounty.
20 acres hammock, balance pine land, un-
,nprved. Price $700 ca-h. Titles good. 1 r T
No. 7.-240 acres in sectTon 36, U V
townshlp13.range19, inMarion county. Capt. Cr TER,
80 acres.hammock, balance pine and mix- P- TER,
ed lafd, 50 acres cleared. Has a few or.
an trees. Watered by a small lake. These steamers sail NewYork
Prfce $1000, half down, balance.on time. Tese steamer sail from New Yor
Titles good*." Pier 2, North River,
S No..8.--80 acres on Mill Creek, T r U J U R 9 A Y
near Iola, 1, miles frm Ocklawaha riv-
er, a ion county. All mixed ni and from Fernandina Railroad arf
-iui.table tw orange and other tropical r ina Railroad Wharf
._'plts.- .,a bold creek runnIngthrouz
"4l* ,;and, .utiful mill seat. Price $5 IV E D N E D A Y
.-~.....s? T titles good.
S'a res in G...f ham These steamers connect at Fernandina
with the Atlantic, Gulf & West India
nty, situated on the Transit Compay's Railroad, giving
.18 miles east of Cedar
-. n ock, 10 acres cleared. Through Bills of Lading
'- tllA. .and. orgardening, fruit grow
.." ce'$800 cah. Titles good. to :1l'pointq on that road, as well as to
.No o. .-338 acres on Lake points in Floridla on the lineof theJack-
A tte, Sumter county. 80 acres sonviile, Pensaeola & Mobile Railroad.
D. 1ta 3lcklance pine land, 60 acres Insurance effected at one-half per cent.
o Sa goo"d repair.. Well watered and very
:h.sithy. 00 bearing sweet orange trees. For freight or passage apply to
$01 t$im without present crop ot or-
3-10$1 400 wth the present orange HERM. GELPCKE, Agent,
hibf cuh, balanee on time. 5l- 5 William st., N. Y.
S",- i. Or W. J. WOODWARD
r ^ ^ 11.2,000 acres 5 miles RepresentingD C TER & KING. Agts,
V; 'i 0;*whUt t Ie Capt. Taylor
1 Larg st portiy firsclass v 2-tf ernandina, Fla.
S b t .ine and mixed lands.
'ctres under cltttivation- Shun Drug Poisons,
,"i,"^,,-ooIn Medicine Rendered Useless/
t &c.,ael Yola's Electro Belts and Bands
Sn, n e on sh it- r ino y e most eminent physi-
fw~ f~ si^ l fr s al o t "m a tis m n e u ra lb ia i v e r eo m pa inte d y s-
S hepepsia, kidney disease aches pains, der
^Sthla0oebee river, Margoo ou.n disorders, fits. female complaints, n
'-*aSvt^ ha ^A 11 nervpsispind genral debility copaints of, bron e disea es ofthe ,hety',hn o,1er,
^^il^!T'.,..ieP-'?-'a iStomach,-klineys and blood. Book with,
ace on the. full partteulars free by Volta Belt Co
MBBM= .'' .:9- ." Cocinnati, Ohio. aov37---m. '

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IT IS USELESS TO ENUMERATE. Our friends and the public generally are
aware that We keep the best assorted stock of all kinds of goods usually
kept in a first class country store, feeling confident of our ability
to give entire satisfaction, both in prices and quality.
We ask an Inspection of our new stock of Fall and
Winter gb6ds before purchasing elsewhere.

sepi-t "espectfully,-
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Waters' New Scale Pianos ht-.e pecu C AT Fordnespompntlnayfial.
liar merits.-New Yrk Tribune. COUNTY OFFICERS. E AA orders po mpty l d
The tone of the Waters' Piano is rich, MARION, COUNTY SITE OCALA. my- .
mellow and sonorous. They possess Senator: T W Long MacDonald's New Stoyl
great volume of sound and the continue Assemblymen: W Tucker, Samuel
tion of sound or singing power is one of Small. St. George-
their most marked tfea;ures.-.Newo York Judge of Probate: Willian R Hi:lvyer. 1S MN 4@ T
Tnes. Cl-rk of Court: W H LeCain. an W
Waters' Concerto Organ is so voiced Sheriff- W TJ cGt. A Romance of Cavalier and Roundhead,
as to have a tone like a full rich alto Assessor of Taxes: Jas A McDavid.
voice. It is especially human its tone, Colector of Revenue: John F Duann. BY GEORGE MACDONALD,
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" No. 13--400 acres 10 miles
north of Ocala, on Ocala and Gain, sville
, Staze road. 160 acres hammock, balance
first-cla-s pine land, 100 acres cleared
and under ,u-tivation. Dwelling and
ouibuildines all in g,:.od repair. Store
house and post office kept at the store.
A splendid locality for merchandising.
30 sweet orange trees, some hearing, a
number of peach, banana anal other fryit
trees bearing. Well watered by branch
and small lakes. Price $2,500; one hal
down, balance on time. Titles good.
No. 14.-1,277 acres 5 miles
west of Micanopy, 7 miles from Florida
Railroad, in Alachua county. 250 acres
hammock, balance pine and mixed land,
all unimproved. Price $2,500 cash. Ti-
tles good.
No. 15.-700 acres 1 mile from
Flemington, Marion county. 60 acres
hammock. balance pine land, 250 acres
cleared. Price $2,000 cash. titless good.
No. 16.-400 acres between Mic-
anopy and Orange Lake; Marion county,
known as Judge Means "Home Plac'."
Fir.-t-class lands, divided .nto lots o
acres each. Price $20 per acre; part cah.
Titles good.
No. 17.-A half interest in 32
acres in what is known as Presly orange
grove, on Or i n'ge Lake, 10 acres of which
is a bearing sweet gr ve, 10 acres more
budded with sweet buds, balance unim-
proved wild orange grove. Price of en-
tire interest $12.000 cash. Titles good.
No. 18.-640 acres, six miles
south oroceals. 300 acres hammock bal.
ance first class pine land, 800acres clear-
ed and about 150 acres in cultivation.
has a number of sour and sweet orange
trees growinsr on the place, a good com-
fortable dwelling and suitable out-build-
ings, all in good repair. Has a good well
of water and ; wo splendid springs. Price
$4000cash. Titles good.
No. 19.-560 acres, sitnafed in
Hernando county, in their Annutlaliga
hammock, a',uut 8 miies from Brooks-
ville. ill hammock, well timbered and
first class land. 20 acres cleared 40 sweet
orange and lemon trees growing on the
pilne, all bearing. Place well watered.
Price $5 pert acre, 1*rt cash balance on
suitable time.
Also 320 acres situated in Annuttaliga
hammock, 5 miles from Brooksville, in
Hernando county, all hammock, unim-
proved. Ha- some wild orange trees


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