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Ocala Marion County Fla
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Began in 1866; ceased in 1882.
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"Official Organ of the 5th Judicial Circuit".
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Editors: J. Wiggin, <1869>; F. Harris, W. McGrath, <1870>; W. McGrath, <1871-1872>; F. Harris, <1873-1876>; J. Harris, <1874-1875>.
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Publishers: S. Agnew & Co., <1869>; Harris & McGrath, <1870>; W. McGrath, <1871-1872>; F. Harris, <1873>; F.E. & J.A. Harris, <1874-1876>.
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Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 21 (Oct. 12, 1867).
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The heart .ind mind of man and man
Must differ, it is true;
And Ro the deed our neighbors does
Perchince we ne'erlcould do.
And thus, In climbing fortn:ie's height
To reach the storey :
If people only do thejr best,
The world will asl no. more.
D)oes then theA little humming, bird
It tender soneg forsake. "
Because the nightingale's sweet voice
May softer music make?
Or does the tiny,, twinkling stadr,
.Which lefids to earth it, li,-iht, because some kindred orb
May chance to burn niorL; bright?,
AAnli throw' ifr we tha rnt riome ,%
Are4Ia;, in pt'aile an f&ime,
While others mcet'Iy plod alone,
.,Wh-nrvLa-ht ',piltd heir name.
But when each life is reckoI'd up,
It'sdomes counted ,o'er. '
If we can say, ",I did my beit,"
Our Gosiwill ask no more.
*"'-,Vew Orleans Pkcayune.

2o the Editmos of the Banner:.
C!asped in the Gnlf stream's
Warm cares, fanned constantly by
the balmy, invigorating breezes of
the Atlantic andf Mexican Gulf,
".the -peninsula of tFlorida com-
mands- the, attention of all North-
Prr, and Western farmers who may
desire homes in a m1re genial
clime ,'where moderate miieans and
moderate industry so0dn bring solid
comfort and .content. The bean-
t ifiT .mmp-r bloon) (f tIhe North
,alld.West &-)on fades in winter's
hlas~t, wiil, the best harvosi prof-
its are Always absorbed i provid-
ing against stern winter's ncessi-
t i^.

H-ow mi'chl better, then, foi. psil "o much dissatis- pie
M.,c Ia r, vnurenIrI od- factioided, So miuch isacta. raytob s9d oe ha farmersto venture their mod- When the rnachine was first
eritte mean% -and, s,,asons'Qed miiscle /p. ''. .ready to he stairled some %Nheat
on the nrlinc soil ofnthis semi- lsufferintg lesl-d from innmi- was put in a common envelope
n the rorpicalsoil of this semi- rol en a away from b,,x, to represent the car ol-vessel,
tropical State--whel the whole cheap) sources of supply, or oppor- and the grain was sucked up at a
yea.Y p.en to thei..r' labo-e itl for .market ing produce, rte that was perfectly aslonish-
from thi1r exposure of any wnteroer the ct should ing. As soent one remarked, at
Farme then, with md ,rate w n this rate the cotnlmte achine
tneans avoe.1)ett. ro rtumty i .p, ._ ., would. uh< "dn v the sides, out,, of a
r : ..-, han e a -d itn liola that tilt neessity of vessel in less than no lime This
IPI~tI net-e~in o-F~eSl~ l oi, .. im "-. T i
,.Fl o .rd -t +, r,. a. :. ni g near and1 easv ch nels of was n A "i n elevation ofabo ut
the Nv llt 'o 'I t1) i s 'I"), avlna ear aidt easy Ch aI Iht
mien are" te ta as vital toses as five feet. and wi viewed the
laud-foirtfroe nee agnctl-t ne of snffiolent money retnakable effect of the ernd, air
f nr-e. spring all. industries. :Many .. p u i puip reasoned niat it would be
. to fu1rnish supplies t~r thefnrst
..ectios.. f Florid ho1) .d .con dition tir poPssible to rnise grain only about
t yrt,ols ordo- hand cntmnf Flridaetme.,t hirt.twO feet, or as -'i"Yh as the
his. Fr e ,y thw settler in' Florida (a will sustain a cohiin ofwater.
fro trants: rp ta-n .er,q,h,,,ed c as is us.lal an the uds- Belt without arguing the case,
statlill; -"6os's; 1rcves.l. fruit ind -n St^ te fn opportunity to Mr. Wilkin quietly had a lot- of'
vgtbeclionluthe 'hire, on and mrike nioney enoughh -^/i^ 17^mli npat
e~iatio win eqnaldlie, a nolce h bs machinerin the tohr fty
,What .o11(all.-nw f *^ .n; ;acl b( I of' e cuistomhou se,_ frty feet
b 1, -linp F'" too pi ific and to a from, the ground, ha4d'l the .aelt-
titrgible conditions cohni),ned wi-.h y oseigttke.ple
wroh(thpnee'Ossry:*Asrkethblea, hi wh aFndt1 corn out of the box

Y: ., +r.":: P ii~~f orr white lbr.h dbpsthen a.l'. hnyrwak
"e'ib-ility f'r fie p.."O f""rs arh t e field to all coming placed on the ground as easily. as
chate the best lands miles a the whirlwind wo.uld take up' th"e
fro M-.itra aopport.ation oriliest(o1N4o fro the ;-road. The next
... .. r is .! si p l ...... ,.: --,,+0"1 1d w fha n d w s ih T hde- w a s t o ace t h e air ng p u m p w l bin
m.; a. I P. inent enoIugh'f to, locate in -the. fou,th stor, over fifty fet
especially when, eq--lly favorablo.l o -r, w ithout The pain practie y poer-

ab ,fr-a-tc~ro md egta le 1" 1 ee : fri omwt e r, wi ch, -wie'iew
property riiliY be;qschea-ply ha f,.i wa I^rhrsip ftew similar. The- on Ily drawbacks
n.r..;.ti. .hhe "great river a't rie*. tao any ta o t were.the mechanical defects in his
^rd eas transor(?'losend po- -.nh' ad We~ifar bet-ter profits ^ ^ ^
p a r) n I maybe rea lzd nfrom ngrcirltael 1ion about raising ,gran to great

ate~d tbtw d c e w and jiill-', _`_ a; ,o,.tut nane ersons I rik lat al .l wh ha lures thi nl, that an. eight-inch
S, +, .... ., at~tractive winter --h-omes in the pipe wil give all tne pressure ask-
Z ^JT ^ er 7 Sate~w4hat Athey takeonse of-ebeo y h nvno.
^ .y^ :^ P1t1. Yclwk steabns e ,a nak The reciponomyi of mpoe Wd-.e

'iriwc ....W V W. WK .. .; .... ra idt of tra si of th r m
aB 4- al i t^ ron*fd vY'taljlbn., fy~ Paat -n~nk th: ^ polmtcl u

+_ ."' *'i" i*.. >_ 4 ^ peasants trip'up to Devenpn,'t many0of t8he great atvanamages-
bear, panthers (rnr 'l~v arttalpr ,. c,, -n ..": .1 ""
S-. -. r a mo" .... I nding, (wnere .Mr.: metz' will tie arrangement are apparent,.
ar, A ....wile ibit ,d- e CS 1 t, "Jo h n n.-a n.-, n- ...... s ,. o, p the "an for
-., .. gie ati,,he the polntsi and look Ainong these iS n t e cat aclt fnr
Ocklafw ha striv ers commanded .r.n .-: -,-- .. .,, disrhargino several cars or vessels
A --:-, ., tlfe inctaiv (w ver. "ol ; p tahle I) givelal .l. t h-p .- ,e, ak-.
Oft COUleoiis captaIns, O -r a.- ", r, -. at ,th same ltime liV maklnve --
co.oan ,i .. eIg...+,U : Mr. Willamson, an~! srteleof sn ,1eti-pe tfrk in o several pipes
,la ,c.t heap "ih, "pinef 9"on d, twenty yer on.^e Kerr, leading to the titf'rent. ot
"" ,: "' MThe.'. *, .-" and his pleasant, family. Will be erain. Thn the expense of
r- .h ....... : ...., -T"l fohijd r tadn o a ,emmdoats at a shoJvaclik he gan u;, to the leg
]an ,^ .'he m a -hpp ng pnint ,-^ :. ..........': ,a , le.,o .or,, o ,,f ,. the .
to |,nl, Viclult~y,;.IS ownPed by iltr:.'; ent ; sy'sfelm, 1s Saved. Tlhls
ri eOr-Paltka' find!
Arm 4nU ro d of enc ri lawTi Rm1bp(p '81:F kn~l erin. priaobleastical.sBt

DevanpoMadngr-nnins,-uth- A~nyone com'ngto his Okti $1to to $200, po rt g"a age
bear tar i'thi er" or section with. asao portable mih? schooner. "hen hehlat the snr-
S ,:ir' h.... . .. ...c. scr b,;ol _, -I;.' _- .i ,' a .or a o t e ffrain the nip e, whiln .
cop ) ,o'tt Iul .... l .. .. p e ,a.,.. a ..r in ,ne position, wouhl draw up
Onm "-wilndfiom &.tthicket.these nearly if not quite all e he wleat
al.s. i no quire imgie rn.. ^i0 flfilt;wl o+- ...or cor in the envelope box, so
hinf~in a'falry ....... Fl",om lo ivencedtint hget-tings adnrableoog tha by a little moving, as a fife-
:and 'Ihdck icrnb tree leg .,cener, t ...: .. ...... .;. mn wo d move the nozzle of bis
ch-n-es to tha'tlaliandgrae n nelnt urge rper,- a1I hosetwoldqickly take up all
by cou ..s : Alt"is'"tf-r a at ... ... thfgri n inamve ssie l. akn -

fn" i'ng sohrn pin.andmnigratlntt-t -ca npon hig There wo k aintoingo
-i .a -.dt:ing el, Pine 1'raorti, mmocl, and to be aont one halt in Insurance rates
--gree^t .perisn~n' is bcttd fyle111yr yacfual (notsontemplaked) on grain in stort., as there .whtof
A nha' dd, h5pl "aatere on lake c4aennl of ,traTsport. Churches. e; no machinery in the buildxing-
_-T. ....,..... ^,1..t.:, ...... r....... Rhools. &c,..all erow with imm- hence uo l in ictih u and no danger
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- from fire in the -&iilding. Not Unjust and Fal.w, Abuse of P1b- THE SUN FOR 1879. PROFESSIONAL CAVII.M,
1 the least'atburg the desirable fean- lie Men. | ---- U. 0 W St-
ue ....... t m; ..... b.. .... the I ,A-, I .. ,. ,. THn SCr will be printed t, vey (lay c t Oi ,
tue o t.hi w .o eOne wprd as to the morality of during the year to come. Its arose .
coolingof the grain by singg it "I, ., ,O and method will be the sme.asn the.^ OCQALA, FLORIDA. _
a- .. '"M ilr + A n e-t0i, n abou t w nicla so a m th d il:- t e'sm e. t in th+-- I '-,
from one bin to antqhvi and clean. a ,-.;, l past1: To present the news in IL readable O lers his professional service sto Ibfr-
ing t"Ot U and drt". at (ne" same nYfour CristianpeopleL are shape, and to tell the truth though the .cWie f th coont d wlI
it ,f fi nd 'di r t..t h +,,s greatly troubled. They, wish, to heavens fall.r special ...oftteitloan to ch and m i -
, ime. The immenw benefits such .hink._l of their itlers and ler- Tun Bst has been. Is and contlmest, ion, sanding. Conutl K, I
at gysteml W~til ouler npon a port .nd, ._ to oe inependent of everybody anti Residened: Tihdwel!! k .wai;
likS Toledo caa y read ihi seen, ,, e, iDche eXerythl^,aave the.Truth and Its.own, the t. owse plce, ao.
v mn-in,. a J -- .-..l n "papers 8ucb stories either of their -convictions of duty. That Isa the only cupled by Win. Hariponl .:"
By making a AO:_ rt.uction m imioraity or of bribery and - the cost of transferring and stor- .. .... "have. That is thepolicy which has won
r ing grain, .iot oly. here but at 'lon, tat theirlaltn Is snken for this newspaper the confidence and aIOBT. BULLOCK. j)(0. 0. US
,f. <"n Ihis poinft it is a great Dleai- friendship of a wider constituency than TIILLO (JE & BIARIuXV
termlpl i lake polnm, a supremacy r t e a t ^ was ever enjoyed by any other American .... ... .
would be given 0or frrat waher ... .re ..- I .,, Journal.;sp --, .TTORN^V. A .
, .,,it w.hin ,.~td V Slc .... fWre, lng 4and araiid," wit SN itsthonewspacfr forfthepeo- -'" LA
/:y,,_,- ?,,,,.,,, _.,vur ,-+From all I can learn, 1 I m*L 111- __t -+-+, +-- 1I,I+r.11.&11,, ,,algallisr- AN~D SOLICIOSIvN A iv Z W9-.,.,
ully challenged by ,any raiiroau-l a t rup A-D --a Ine p r m an or for '"he poor m an. .I a
=- e ao m b in a t io n o n e a r fh i '. I"- _7 L r 6 -.-a ui.. e rih -a n .... "t "see s to d oO l0 ",-t,A-,F l r d,, .. ', +
ni : : gress arte& lhe reo4-abitsea men" equal justictoallinterestsin the corn Oc" : .
in-the oonfitry.: This 'Impression- munitY'. It is not the organ oof-Any per- tlrcleh lltenO'il
Frontm he -Nola York Times m h.cni7* i "^1"^ 'i's^ T^ T0' mPractice in all the Cpa''rtsoto-the
From isderivedlnot from my own per- ,classseetorparty. TherentedJdiCrt
'PAU :. no mnystery about its loves and hatt .a-m csnfll....Vs. Co, w.
AngellI's, sonal observation, which is very It is for the honest man against the I Spcialattention g.iven tten +
cE litmited, but from 2t he testimonyyersof rog-ues every time. It is for the honest p cilat ioote o eteadtisau on utiensot~ed '1nsVu_
HOW TH DFULI T60K,BI SMT-E -&tlnZo titles^ atndmttetdcaesu
HOW~~~~ ~~ TH EALII.TO.I SNEC h ose Whhaebnfr Democrat as against the dishonest Re~lmaedLw
TO TEN YEARS' IMPRISONMENT. o have. bn fr y publicanand for ,the honest Republican .. -., J
At ten and havehad oipportunit ofcomn- as against the, dishonest Democrat. It pw *
5 At ten o ohck Angpell, the de-""Prmtpsoaatntnn, .
falter, was brit into c.urt paring one period with another, does not take its cue from the utterances claim.. eb29~l1,
fatlter,, wa rouh into art 15 htp-temvmn of-any polttcian or political: organiza- ;.I
and -atainged on. the indcitmhnt and sei-ng whether tlbe movement c tionIt gives its support unreservedly nAL-V1NJrALLtthD, ':
charging- him with 5avng embez- was forward or, backward. So far when men or measures are agreement G" ,;. +
zled one hundred thouli m1 dollars as personal habits are concerned, witn the Constitution and with the prin- REV-DEST NPZST.
zledu onuiwndured tbuusa4n'l dollars ci.r.. Wlo ti pi P'Supon which this Republic was
of the propertY.,,of the Pullman vin late Heny Wilson tol mefounded for the people. Whenever the Ocala, Florld." .
Palace Car Coirnhiiy. When the that there had been the greatest Constitution and co-,stitutioral prinol-.
clel7k had finished Mtladin ihe io possibe improvement in Congressi ples are violated-as In the outrageous Theh undersfnedomshavlnt*laterm aai^'
1 V nl18n~l t~a~lnlhe l1- sice h ha ben inWasin conspiracy of 1876, by which a mran not- to his DentAl Rooms the moo;p(
dictment Angell pkd d, gitllty. since b had been in Washington. 4eleted Was placed in the Presinett ed machiery and tols hels row T
Jldge Williamn then said:- SenatorFerry, of*Michigan, bears office, where lie stills remains--it speaks. ed to do work asWelfasit8IE^dnetoany
"Yoesare aware of ih netnaly" the .stme testimony; Now .and out for thle riht. That is TH SUN's of the Ite cities. with prees tosifltae
Angel-- s then anman gets intoxicated but ideat of independence. fn this respect times. rerm~s, rtcl'y cash.
Angel.-Yes, it.. M ere will be no change in its programme juiue -i-tf." *l -! .i; .
*Judge Willians t Iessthan the very scandal'it creates shows fur 1879. +,..
one no~r reire thain ten years in how rare ii1 such an occurrence. 'InE SUN has fairly earned the hearty ; s.MG. o ay, ,O.. DUX.,
one nor m )re tha en ar 10 atrd ofrascals, frauds, anti -humbugs 1 111 : -"..
the penitentiarv. You still plead As to gambling, it is still more of all sorts and sizes. It hopes tode- ARY & DUN, -
guilty? ( rare. "When I came here," said -serve that 'hatred cot less in- the year .
An~ell--e-ir. Dr. Sunderland, "there were two 1189, than ht 1878, 1877, or any yqetr A.Tf GR/S.AzyD '***. '* *'"
ortregmln"ossi ul gone 'by. THE Suq Wil1 continue to _GO~,atd~li
At the closeothe testimony three g ling loses in ll e onthewicked with mitigated
the court asked Angell if he had b ;sf ikeMorrissev's at Saratoga, brio'htucss. Ociaelord
n hr ...l.. 1; a "d mnemnbers ot congress were not While the lesson of thiepast should
artigi a helr0 ied. fitb'* fCnrs eentud'~
ihigo Say, Agell replied, asmd to visit them openly constantly kept before the people, TnK W illpractice In the courts of tae til
No ir InIIresp ,(lce to the di- p nly. SUN does not propose to make Itself in and United Statea. l +
-c ion of Air'. lils"'Agell then Now they are all gone, and what- 1879 a magazine of ancient history, It UrPatrouage solicited
rse an-, rei his s ne ever gfambitign may be done has is printed for the men and women of to" "T J; ""
rose and. .. his senten day, whose concern is chifley with the e.O.lY. .
Ile stood erect, -and facing the aoffairone secrety. niits of to-day. It has both the-(isp0- r PT0' w -L. '1,
cor drl wt bs B tit a man n-av not be corrupt sition and the ability to afford its read- w.
court directly,_.,with' b~is hatu Ig y'
croQssed before.b,:dholdi ing s "hu' and yet be corrupt in ers the prompLt, fulcst, and ost a--, HAMPT ,
Cl"~s(d bfbr M , a~ld" oldn,, i hishdlfts a d'y t b corutin curate intell-igence of whatever in the,,U .... .- N
his hat i One o .tem. he sense. of receiving bribes But wide world is worth attention. To this-
h~ atI oe(,.thm'Thus lhe '......0RNE 1, L-
....d t "rought .....u o...... cases this kind I ate assured are end the re souices belontmn- to well-es. l OI ,A'W,
stood~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~ ~~i thog~i ihuoc eyaeideadthtthe tabl ished prosperity "will be. " e- ,w
moving, his head vigh tlV bent for- ver rare ideeo and thbdlihera lye r- a ,neville, rFlp d 4&
ward and his'- eYeii fi~x-d 0o the groa be -of Congressmen are The present disjointed condition of All business placed' in our h -in ',
...... + free fioni. the slightest 8nspiclon parties in; this country, and the uncer- -be ... .... ... ,
cu rt, : ta t' t- ,, -r-. .b pro ptya tn l o....
-, *_ "t s a i do re t ha' .s.. fi n d t h o s e w it h e 'Pt- ly o f h e fu tu re le n d a n e x tra o r _
Ihe ~ ~ ~ h qor eadu"ntils as, /U~ "1ll' "i9evl"dinarvsiynifl:-nlgf tn thp evnso b Hmetapd, enteredadwUd
mr v- liH~ rrotor~lvtrrttrnro^" at l... ^^rr^^S: ^- ^T~yair. te fliscu$1Mi' e ^ dj ^ O '.-
srr .n HV<'rro pr^ntlti pl~r gcintios aout their public' du- press, -the debates and acts of Congress, :*".orSl-
erty not your .-o'wn,, and thereby. tie Whien- talk with a Imnan and the movemotits of the leaders in -.
cor0i t)i I ,_i, a cni inal a act,, bu i [,., ,- .f ,] of O hi,. on,. .e 'ery section of the Republic will have a a -
.... ha-e .mte b h f :'. -llke a, tGae~n- Wl' of Ohlo, on tne direct bearing on the Presidential elec- W.- C4 Jeffords ;
y, i', e -lmV, c, tnII led 'aa reachn OI 4
yol uve c Inin qstion Ior tie Chinese t on of 1880-an event which must be re:.
trl'st (if s81wn a kcuaracterfas shakes .p.t;. the confidence of the community ."7"'"'"":". ''"1."1"1"q'0I by every patriotic American. whatever -_
it) ,confide who areo ;t.e i s ., .wit to know the right thing, and the his political ideas or allegiance. -To General Merolhs< tL .
-. .... .... .r lu .t wise thing and the hijmane thing these- elements of interest may be added
lorge amounts of money., It is to d C ans i assume a tone of the probability that the Democrat, will 1. OealaZla .. ..
such an-at! as this tat shocks and 00"11" I o control both houses of -Congress, the in Jan2-ly
Co t .. .. .om unit We :. ..Slperior :inte.higece -or superior creasing feebleness of the fraudulent Ad- A .... -
c,,rits~the~commouny;.' We ex- ^vi'tne judging and condemning lninist ration, and the spread and ti 3 .L A .II OU
pect.that en %vIWIle) have be)onn nll- sir he^oid hane to diffe. stengthen ing everywhere of a bealthy
tirely deficient-;in, morality --nd h0holra any" Tn o rm..oA ,/P ^.
,, ., to .... Ioat dma < m"'"".^n Ou ti e c nontrar, 1atU present with accuracy and cclarnehsthe .. ""-
.... -,, .: + clotflg .d to admit that he is much x ct situation in ach of t v'aryOcala A
relations should conmit .crime: ; "r i ta I ca be phases, and toexpoundaecordingto its e ". ': .-
We expect men to act in thisway ,,-.,r 1 well-known methods, the principle that ..1n1e^'1s1"t-
_....". ..;,_.."...;v:z-whX ile lie is +quite -anxio.toUS O-OSoldgieuvhou, h y inh llle,qm Florida, RtallrokdO~l~lt
.ou account- of Ttloir condition. -i St. J river and 81v^ tox
at-,ur rie:e t eelio"what .is for the good of' his cou-n- will be 'ATtn pat frms. d t oafle n 1vi,8nLY
B it "you" P' .. ....'tW'pa"hit- work for 1879.. q .... .. .. ... ...
ed in tht war. _Xoulyhad-uniimit- trY. And I a willing to take We'havete means-of makig Ta O li
ed c fdec 7ies," ed .. .n "IS testimony in regard to his col- Sux, as a political, a literary and.a gen ... --- .
et cmnndenct .Westowed- on; ya. lie. He knows theta well eral newspaper, more entertaining and .U. C. -GE RALD,
You wee under no pressing neces- 7He ha been in the House sixteen more userul than ever before; and we ILTTT- T-I i..rl,.,.li- i
sity,".1)-ui you took the money in a s been in I e House sixtem Mean to apply them freely. sWrTTpto reW.TnHT -
whoiesa6 ::way: There w.- n, years, and has -een. two or three Our rates pf suscriphti, n remain tin- +
wnoeesityor way slticre0.I was n- ^generations of Inembers come and changed. For the DAILY BU,' a'four -A--. : ...
necesit fsn f_ ,, .ta page sheet of tweuty-eight columns, the '* -
not. ho..ld o; al when ,e telu me tnad tte price by mail, postpaid, is 55 cent -'
.sm~alt ,ff..,,-nd,, fi +,,, ....t ;n m giman (.dyo ef those .wJbwhom he month, or $6.50 a year; or, !ncludtn the" JTML,[A.lV0^4 .4. JO^ .
lr,',e offenders" h n halsbeenassciatedarepure and S y PaP-, un eight pag.e R.h-t of CA
la .'ge offeadeOrs YoU luve beeo a ,.,t,;, .. T _,. kp ;a,, it flffty slx columns, the price'is 65 centa a p : .
man of standing, i this. cnimuni1'e' I "I m ".t ub-,*."ve lt. month, or $7.70 a year. postaepaid. Would respectfully announpetothe c.
(v I- ,.- t... o Wherefo're I take Up the do- 'he Sunday edition .of T"H SUN is -lzeui of Marion county t(it lie I- nio"
TY- s?- ~hveComrttalea m; a ene 6 f- theki~nuoh.abused C3o,- aleo. "furnlsh':it sparat~ely +at $1,20 a" be~tteo~r tl: prre h n ever Uefortomtx,-.
tent of the lawand forily' regr'e" !g~essmaro' ,-:Of-cou~r.e :+te). ^wi The priccor the'WREKtY SON, el.ght ing out jbs that *lllconip tK ayoni,
t. h.. la, t~ .r~ ^. "o n o '? .s c De tle ra otiO la. I h l8 1s pases, flfty six veluinn s, is llI a "year, W ith w bork 'd(otfe 1r a y c [W'y l :- ... ; *
that. tne law ooS not: perml me the e o scandal, and to) escape tx~tage laid. For clubs often sendi ng H fe tivttv is a: lilbr~tl"ellllattaaie il-
to lpUlmshiyou more_ sev-relv.1/, I ,,, .t : p ,- S0 we will send.'n exttra. copy fre,, 'Ad-' would remmnd .ll that he Intends teB^ '*
do not say that on account of'any .r.m i~tis almost aproof~g of es dress : ;i. W..E;O'AND)., insby 'the' motto as :fna/cribed~t'on^.
lunKtndnegs to you Ixit.t ln justice "- b / codm Ne Yor City"k .v_. .Cashonl--" Btisfactio .. itw..n.inl -- .r-B 1"11^0-BtwovrCa ulsero h U, iinbad hs a~emvt
to the commtt11ty. xour sen- ., __ .. '., ,, ,. U, Nov. 231878. 27---gt. H. C. 0EBALJfe.- ..;
tence wirll be. confinement in the tbt.t. ^ o P..0 T in _hm .Oeala, Aunut-$4, 1878. 1 ^ ri
pernltenttatytor~tn yasrs;" When" ", .. ..t lll l l l ..-...: '.- all together, I believe they term a -,jr~j "i x 7. +^ -
th- +otr -hadl not~ed A^HO78plcUOI8 Ior ItS ll I-UI| K"l..... it-
slihtly mo,ind his h^ .-^W h ty,"but ,as purie in characler-as [1,1 Hi|II 1i Il)IX.L~ vv. LO b.rn:
r -b,'iwn.-,- -*i *V".; 1- ;,oiilit hfleound in the- hlirher rank H^Ji UBii rUIIIIIII ,~~Ul --.Dt!k~iAaR. nT*'-- '
.,e, .,., 4^ foll.ow.: e n who,'by our elective aystonm, '(fKSON VILLE, FLO~RD&, :: _.-"7lf ^ > -
....~fl ;; H ", re the representative of our Wholesale and P~tail *-. ,. l~lBITO(^
llng nlseyes on ..Ien, ndr. "re was. con''y n" aviq the confidence of. m "r n i 1 ~ III*t lI^Ul ft
odce to ." ^ rmi the people from which they come, .Ser ainr 'tir BJ^- ^l ^ ^
un --.nprtd ,-'et "i." c an^1,s^iin great Ii|fluence in "P 0"0'^ "" -'Hl ^ J-..L(%-'l
wui doubtlesabne la.-teW days,; thei r'espectiv districts and And Dsalers in Fancy Article.. '- | ^ O m1l^

--. -v- -" :'i+ oStates. Thus they wre the living, All the Latest Daily and Wegkly Pa- ly
,eea erag-e "-an, i: ts p .. a pn lo tl aagizmes, Periodicals,
The aye. .. tie--ties of flesh and blood, and M' M &e.
SiVe in a bart)el l8nt nU8ndIS l
...... ...." .arbs an.d., ,.n- heart and brain-that binds usall &-sre.ptions taken to all publications JT
oymrmurlng n sumlt to having together and make of forty, ril. at publication prices.
his countenance veered, with lions of people one nation Io..t SCHOOL BOOKS, MUSIC, B (_'
soa.suds .-and A ipod, wi .athem but try in their high places Gold Pens, Scrop Books, Picturep, Per- I! "
wad of hoglbriso doeBthitdiu:histiyf .. .,,'., ,u,, and whatever foroted Card Boar 1, Gold. Silver, "Gclae'l
should accidentlyv alterr him p. ..,as.6te an4' Psrue Pap .a dish l., ar ,, ay .a of tY AIo Splints for making Fraies, etc.
with~ ~ ~~U nc L record- ..,
,1 ,V, 10%#,,nowwhen they are gone, hitter :
. ... ,,.h o..^ ,, r Y F, hitoy F!rida Guide Books, Maps and l
ing angels id the an OOUln tie.. do ..... i, that they deserved Views,
lUStrce to nts reinarR!" .... woll of tliire. country.-Rev. Dr. Prkters'Ink, Cards, Cara Boawn, Flat + +.
"',, =:: : j. *, .r ., T v7 ir a. __. ;. "I Paper.4 N newspapers, etc. ....... '
Fie d,eas the N. Y. Evangeli8 .t
,' .' F els : Ev gelstnge Wraps 10x12. 12Yx12 and ilxl5
.. ...u0o je?!`sh ask- A Irge and fine assortment of Toys for-
ed. "NoGi m9'ap",repfts. Dolls from 5 cents to Clooks, J- I
drnggi;st', "I he nft scents~aA. There is fame! lTo have a $15. iPartiea at a distance desiring any- .
>11'7j ShoI d.... 'h i' t .. ... as is t~ oat e O f mar leand yet have tehel in our line, and ord ,hing by mail, rci n pro p at
thui .1i your name forgotten by the sexton andpnduo rciing propt t Watchcs, clozk and all *12 14.^m
t.h)4 a, tenion. All goods at Nowthern prices. Wahelolsnl lkq$ Jk'o
,, ^ <,,-+i n^- ,, .... onrpar h whon can mber Terpsi strictly cash.. [Dec. 21, '78. 3m elry repaired oP shrt nocljn X
", : + ~father s y" that you were a g real Thellollnhlli,.n ln frUetd.
the oun I ayis sho' lo Wiy uha 9 riginalaIn~lonivabnohlute
CURvolmNeladyslamhis fow tota-, 0a `lg
',bd.,,warrior Zt27.!tu. to_ W H 1_"_ O W RK ofj'.'"dq



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port landing, my son Lawrence'giation-but -
and I av l cat dom s. I--eliuiefasY M ar kiet trans -
and I have located homes I feel, portatijn facilities are slow and
that I have had the advantage expensive.
over many emigrants to Florida, For further information address
being a practical surveyor, and W. L. SIMvs
having traveled and surveyediover Melrose, Fla.
1 9= I41.41---.
five years in the State, I had- a From the Toledo Blade.
better opportunity of making a Atmospheric Pressure.
judicious selection e Of homesfor One of the most remarkable hi
myself and son. Here several mentions of the times is now bein"
families have located homes. Mr. perfected and experimented upon
Carlton, an agreeable neighbor, by Alfred Wilkin, of this city
and my son will-take pleasurtein For several months Mr; Wilkhn
givingr inform-tn ,to those seek- has been trying to study out sonw
+ 8eK--dy -1,
in g homes. .__- mAre :p-,l, -.d oPo na
.... u od of elevating grain in' bulk than
Three miles souih of lake De- any now in use. The results, as
Lancy is lake Kerr, a beautiful already shown by his yet imper-
sheet of water, over five miles long teet model, are astonishing, and
and two miles wide, and abounds Pro'ise to work almost a revolu-
with fine fish. There is a m~nia- tion in the grain carrying trade.
with f h. T r s aThe principle made use of in this
ture peninsula of Florida on this curious little machine is simply
lake. A neck of land stretching that of atmospheric pressure or
out over a mile and a half long the exhaust process which has
and from one-foirth to three lately been applied with such won.
derfitl success in the 4reat West-
fourths'o a mile wide. 'On this 0Acs nth ra et
beautiful peni a il, a wide'overhiingbiouse atmospheric brakes. The
beautiful peninsula alone over a rndel which Mr. Wilkin has used
dozen families could locate homes, so far is a small air pump, rather
provided each would be satisfied rudely constructed, yet answering
with forty acres, and with a little iforlall practical purposes at pre.j-
en't. Connected with the pumtp
means and industryit could soon is- ` onnc h t he phon
be I md,a earhl ids. B-r, is a one-inch tin pipe,. syphion
be made an earthly ,aadise. Be- shapd, and at the elb.)w or top
ing nearly surrounded by water- (some three fi-et above the pump)
protection there is no place in is a cylinder somewhat larger than
Florida better suited for semi- he I"1l? and conneclirng both
tropical fruits, parts of it. Inside of this is a
mi, sam ,,.S lleratDerfiorat ed c~yliid.,l, while e
T he farmer selecting lands in a the l ower end r f it s val-ei
iiii at, the ^ lower end of' it is a valve
sntth favorable situation has a sure tlirough which the grain drops
futture, and will n-ver complain of" oit2. The otherarm ofilhesyph,,i
exa_,eration in rvard tn o" is extended down into the grain

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his Railroad System, spoiled him of hisprivate property, dina's deitruction. It is/k the caucus and delivered one of the want aeoot, unra TENUULlnln n
F, .EHARRIS, ). The libels against the purpo- and) deprived him ,f his personal interest of Jacksonville, 'Sa'nnah most manly speeches that possi- wantalerk,
CIHAB.T.L.PI.LDE.S,} sea andi character of Mr. David libefty long after the conflict itself" and Charleston to kee-p yemaodi- bly ever fell fi-om the lips of a de- .want a situation, We ill inert sex(.^hne ^ve,
e l f i |- a, n W a n t k e e p s a l e s m a n Polll e v e r f e l f o t h eC l i p s o f a d, wklyI
A'" L. Y.ul-e is nonew thing. South had ended, but it deprived him of nq down, and 1mCaftte of- thecon- feated candidate Tlespeech will wqnt a sentant girl, pers, or four rues in,.,lffcrent l
ATU AYMarch 22.879. Florida editors have been running eve seeing realized the great am- nectiom with tho e cities this feel.- reflect credit upon the South. Ontr n to wl a pI. peoteitoes
-New York'hago'n, 'Mail on a- slander mill against that gentle- btn of hls hlu. ing is also -sbaretf in New York by readers must read it by all means. want to buy a waon, .ists containing from T0 to 10c
the walking; mania. Litst w,,ek mnesmceourconnection with he--completion of; theUnion ertain elearmhip linw l. Our Ho said:: want to;e rie oroclin one k
a fi" R. want to, sl l a ra e t es glls% o n l eo e w
the haka walkif*, whieh. ethl press Jn tibs part of the Slate. Pacific'arlroad, and oilier rotes readers will readily see how thkL "^Mr. Chairman, it is not in my want to borow money or sell pripcrt', ixste comnedl, more th
fbur eoastanitaparticipated. The ~Balren of fats, the can n]y re- to ihe Paoific ocean across the is. If Fernandina s 'oM, corn- power ad express to the gentlemen, rti...sing..
lueu was so great :,iat hundreds sort to villification and abuse. it continent, of course superceded pletr her Railroad connections Whospprted me in this contest, adv"-rtiqin e l c.stoms -t n er o
la o.Bednedadmitta^. The is their stock in trade. These andwas a death blow to the route with South and West Florida, a in whih old this evidence ,,f a s o-
hal tee- be dene 'a ritlee T ea r. ti ,,siv, '(,, p esr(. e og
ird'd.iy one 6f the sections of charges have been successfully- across Florida,. thence by canal large portion indeed, almost all tlei partial friendship. 1 wr ....... .. ..l^
f ~ i d 'd `1 o n o7 -o f t t""e c i n d e ed ... .. 1ak I .ei p i-- Ita y ,,rd ` p wIl w il l ,s th
a48gv )avt i, Hll benyrqoadednso met and diproved time- without ;cros Toehnarrte-pe3 to the PU- ihe/tratti that noe rud^ slow 1n Ctdr, say tat I fcie hoped advertising mens. ^ ....wi ...r^^, r
number bu"t1ibe, the .-oth lda cifi had the latter enter a t t eu t that It mir.,ght he the ,l]-am e of ad erle satisfactory du
heavR iy i4 h twaman 4reight. eO. k.. .... .- "i I C ,an t r io strtl o n h O k .. te ...! p.;,ri1 r ... ""cAet -i
]iveaM ,^ many pro in- editors have. neither the fawirness completed. With all hopes of lawaha and 81t. ..Johns rivers, thils House to have imposed the advertise well s tLp ,hr
eca-;a rj man pesn in r-hemniestuliS-- trtl tafc on -- :, .,. responsibllilties arid duties of iis adheun '.
jnrec~'nd -a9,gneralpa enu o he ma liess to publish t t. t-f gone, there was thence to New York.y te n s eakershi upon one o t art e t es
'hary.- t,.bea*ch.wpionLwa_.r_.'ad aanswers, t haM ard .vannah stahi section ,-. the peopew with whom'...
flieworldvas:defottedba hort readers would;' -be able to form froil' Fernandina to Cedar Keys hneswould then find Ic I k and I arntidentifiedl for I felt assi..
fitir':EoiB~ia B,, iw '.,,'an intdligent'opiaion, and' thus (o promise the Oompaay a return direct transit to New York by Ihat had t h1is (een the action the ..--_.-J..... --"*A'F ATII
z, t gave.: "ut -,ar,:'.i.-o" :-lth elr favorite hobby would be over- Of he interest on the money it way of Ferrnfia ;a.n. resnltwold have proven to the FiEW AD^ERT^ZMEAT.. ...tna
~ ~ ~ cn to .. t -wtdr-re-a(- r- ---r, ,, people of tlits -country that the lsBoee .d t ~n
^t 1". i.t ..- p ..... .a .,now^ n. hTie truth. hurts, and , require o agai eq p he naror thit eia acom -odate p t o t-a. t-e ..- r..- Pl "B, "
,*. *,n n tA pposeW.e was ,. .i, , ._ rnni n..a .... t .,.. ; .... 4 ... as South deServed not its mistrust, 0l .~ -? J=3.LS:1J-S headS, tc, Itactsflirctlyolt]
tlt : .... ,. 5 '-!tne object of the South Florida u nd put mrunmgorae. steamships drawing a greater h,, ni;t' s.i h,.,h.m- .it. R'RN R-S, hi iots to Si enriehigthatfhnd^c lrodtweith
+;+ Y'-'.' editors i8 to keep truth as far But, rather than not fufil his depth of waler,.?.uae)din would fhe ho,, ati;n df its ,o, it , l buyers, ,t ite Bro>me wae# eor' woulltht..11 tes
....... Tt r.4' Ra ..l~ l l~l U o d bmlqn .. u .. .- ._ -', : .in rre of G. V .B o n t h t e o
e nto dotl~eootnt fromtheirwreaders as possible.- promises to the people of Florida, outstrip her caMleitrs, and and- shaping ,f the ],st Mss on &B ro. ofs Messr
,.f~l e~~ k n o w h w p e r p ad o,- te n t p net I I ?1 0a
isuap .arndr a When Mr- Yuiee conceived and itw done, and wil,.ut one dol- would o beahe Queen City of lhe land. Had I been selected for 6EO. P. HART. ,,. ) A S
to init praise. Wbl connnentm to It the this sev it wo l have ..i ,, ,. ;. .. : k_2,:. : .. been m rl- -4*""" '.- -" ,-
example of onrwn'thy fellow-towns mn, inatfgurated'nl hi ail.oad system lar ofaid from the peoptewhom it the Atlntic. ; .. V ,-i; service it would nave )een T l r : Ashlanl,Schuylkl!eo,Pa,
.,: ;. i..= ..... o-kt hee.... h i the v ,,or of manhoodd a ended to benefit. Is there als i n t .t^ tral. then th- ; SUGGESTION of INSOLEN ,, t 6,
S. ,otiy W :liat` -6f ma b then ..... .,0... my pleasure, to wield tlh ,.,..
lhfrand M,inatae-ppto th Kevs on the and was repr, esentatmn .Floridain n fbi-hi the citea -honild tlndeavor ,, *i I ,.HERAS, ,osu I_, to lW t i 1
I, mn n t, ~ nl ".. .... ,,,. .. .-, "- 0: -" 0: es :, .2 Yt'- reat p ow ets, that iertaral to Inhis ---Arlm ,,i ,,n r ihsh il n. :
aion.--Tampa .he U nted States Se tr, e. At tUt 'a$ n a !: Mr. Y ulee crush Fernandina? It ISN te .a ^ ';n ns ---aa f .i .K- e t- ila M.: Cheap B,'anlN i of ar uman.
.. ..... -t a7 ... .. ,i r -rt, ti .. m., n Jr. dec an d ia , fl l a w 'l e e ) tt f ~ ~ ~ ~ ~tk t i
_.'.^ ff'rrbu~e fails to tell wheth- that tine the W est and the- East still clung to the idea o, comptet, inerest to do,,o. Self interest, section s and' factions 6eh.,d me. : .. ..:' ..1.ou ', ,
,-t decent, th done .. 'a,'. wrts not connected by gigantic iag the road through South Fi]ri- business princileft ,prompts them io remote the general Inoepests t is ihcrf,,'," ordered, Tr'lt thesaide or'PE iZL lir to anyadh
.- ,, : "' ...... .- lrn.R -ad & -a-, -- s n o ant a n. d,,,ou ra ..n d a pp ea led -:t, th e T Ii ,. ...T o f a c o m m o n c m i, n try in w h ic h it,, A d in in lst r to r fi le in th e tr .b te (ort o n ree p o f tw e t y ff v e n t .
"graeeful- manner" was ."-ham. Kuoadaas t rs now, anI ajou! ", -'.. al toth.Legmsa- so to do1. thi. feeling is aloe itixens should hold equal ri hIs,' .a schedule ofr.11 assefs of saiinnt- ,OODMAN &a Mr
11,r or crss the~e Andtnei was,, till foron a$ti i
h hler"::o whiskey;v n a ross: tle continent was a re --fo rare-grant of theaid which shared at Live Oak an4 'aine ... to w i ec! ... s, s ManI factd .r, Sav.a,,e,
r~ ,"'buleaTilt eptirelyto a81w a |,]d' perilousnt A lraa een give (Im but which vil.efo" precisef the sameuirea- 'ender a common anegi;,nce. 1 with proper proof on or befoe ilv,1st ... ....
of it rea ers on P who would then have talk- had expired byhmitatipn caused sons BOth ,lces aspire to be would have endeavored to ,rove
t11 -4 aiinalion of its T er .' ha ex i e ,b -lin t to a ie n7 '-re to prov'e. '$ ; "! a ~ S p em e 8 9 f r f~a stl I~ t l e Ot J 'i k '
InII. I .. -M senhpie ~~r o e w udh v et and pro r4t ifiuin "." l l ~ i~ ,r...-..
N2. o.wvTat he i^ es^_. I d a)*bot Cmnecling, the Atlantic by tho war.. This aid theLegis- e la"es ,f ,m'tance and they to those generons friends fiom ihe Given in der my' haudl and seaJot" office," Illllll..TteS al
S t' an, Bo.; know.... the iand Palcific oceans by iron band la u, ue granted, and. M r.- Yu ee argue on strict business principles who. .ve stood by i)e i, at the 8lhd- of Miii a-.l e. .
9%W- ,, would have been regarded as Wid succeeded in negtlatincgthe bonds that two Railroads are better than
wfone'ss ,of' tr' So'ut~h Florida' n-rg"re as wild. : was not mfisplaced ,,- fo ,I, ,+wot tcul,(, ; 1,.1_
neighbors th'py will bf"I pared to ly .viionary, 'arid reaching the Pa- with the Bay State Iron Works, one, and if they have a connection earnestly have endeavored to burv mvr5ta.c
,,lhe. dec. cifc b, steamer was a lnae and _og Boston, Mass, for iroenough from Gainesviue to Savannah via the re'ancloly memories of a aS
fot,tnualne ,r" rthe next time.'' dreary journey., To partly obviate to complete the road; but at that Live Oak, that .:it will give them troubled past in lhse trenches ---S E A rTLAN C Oui V W IK
^: ':" :^< : % ''- k *%' d : L this dificulty, an '-.. d Yragedyent- notony of travel, a ship canal and wanting t-rmake himself rich least lesson freihts, so thev natu- ... % g U exction lohiy ,
.. .. : ... -~ ~~~~~~~t tlelr lie,,8 to 1it struggles vle to- C,)nrt of the tth J dca Cic tofR d wllr nD ,.a fo ow
letta .' across Tehuantepec, onue of th, o t1t ,fthe'publt lahdgof the-Uni- rally take ^t the flse-rv ^ nst da testing I anm a, pairt man, Florida, for MA]S .
iresulted in the killing of Col. 'Nexican State% ws avocatede Stt: ....n wllmi Wm I
wa ad States, organized a Company. Mr.' Yules set; up by Jackson- I am a p->'iz.,>, not fir the sake w'Kl,.n Wi. I. Ililtveis Plaintiff ,nd Ltve Savanal.. .....
lh' 1, A, Pisto O.*; Aattw "Ed iefndnt -s we. ArI at Je11lp...,.... John' 0'..
BA]Iston hy apt Edw. amndstrongly .. .rged by both gov (known as the Great Southern ville and Savannah. This is plain At party,, but because 1 hom.stly as sundry otbee atTha ..
06r. Col..-Ailst~oo wai,:fs" a 'on a" ern'ments. Toreap theadvant-ge Railway,) composed of such wor- enough for a wayfaring man and ear. believe that, the against the sai( Dsiendant. I havelevied An'ive at Baiibrice.:.. "'.'"1
the Tallahasseeemrly~ofAllstons, of the gI'eat traffic and travel that this as himself, and got his pals though a f)ol tose, interest y country arse. the .C,, nd w-le t lic crfAr S a ".. ...
ft, "i ti'. I 'end, has . subs-erved by the tr'iumnph ofr nmv Oe3ala, of) Mondat he ly(t pi.AieatT l~hs
~ld 4taftei :end haS overtaken must traverse this route, -and in the Legrslature to prefer articles But wriat po0mpts South Flor- y principles. 1 h u t tt i A .D.17 the tion deayribeApril. Arive at Ja ilLe ........
every male member, oftthe family make it contribute to thie develo,- of impeachmentagaiRst'Gov. Reed ida in her madness we are unable --, say, the edict of this caucus er, Y, to wit: LeeTalahassee ........ .
fop..Fner.4tions~ba.k, ,Tey slew ment and greatness of Florida was for issuing said bonds to Mr. Ya- to understaid.' .T:ereio met1-, is to be final and conclusive, and if A, a int. os oif twlhe si x D nda Leave Lue Oks .. .........
Hieit antagonists on Athe ;field- of the incentive Ihat prompted Min lee., Tnero wAs, nothing wrong od in it. They will shower there be one aon19tg the fif' y-seven seven in .Section tt own~hip efveAbny.........
ronor, ,: ,sllv0d, ahd ,i turnhave .Y lee to action. H e im m ediately t either on the part of ; R. ed, ,rmm ugon'any st -ginf, '-m en" 1%"W" m fii dship -nO Siouth ,,eC-e'..........
boon slain. `-No bli me- attfac hest 0 set i'nmotion is now known or Mr. Ytilee., &i soreond -r i Obrogmind-rm n chibil'leild.lial t-t says *;v"m, er'>t 'hlh3-Mxv1ion. il '5:0,adeounn eveJsp'...:::":
Tho ea adpo'ic' poaint The Bay Statel ron Railroad froml Live, Oak or any ei ^e theiverdictl,,d th.cTo"bey-t
as he d id., ln le ould-to-ay vod'the was to shorten this new route to the W works :hearing of t' e im peach- other point tha., F ,n n diua. It cnuciis cff activee verd t.o-m of r.jw S herfff Ic Fin-EI{, and J ack .nviue atd ai;s"u
diit ,ahid dyne nothing Pacificby means of rapid transit uent proceedings, canceled their seems to us that-irecti com Inui- the roll is ailedd. I move you,.,-1-. .. Sl^' pnearr, tir )ugh oa
... taaairih ind en)tv t r c-c m
to bring.about ,ch. an el;, -ie across. Florida, and thereby make' agreement and Mr. *Yulee again cation with Ferndina wouldbe sr, laten0iuationftheffen- MwWTSINER' SALE Plrany. 0 -
occulped a high position in Geor- it both. popular d .payig tailed .in his object -an object th verykv oI South Florida ,ern fill Pert nsyl aia (1' Y-
p pudane-an -.i'nhisiole an- .1 ar,.luri
. a : ... = .. ; ... A "a pain fale "y ma=king of Sua [lau~dtlly for the Speakirship' of UH).Jh .Mhth ont
gVIM ^ **his death is greatly la- r-'ate and hwl-he not been pre- which lies very -near-his heart arivd, is -,wat that section should B l Joini
... ...ed the Ho,,ue of ,'(pres('1ta'ive's -of Jud-e and Ex-,fio-Jdeo ~lleii(alcep'1.. ~e- eii~~io t7S~tv ~n~~
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~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~~~c _ba ..~~~vI dead Arid.......... the lVo, ty-smx h, Congl'er b aea, ,rMr:ug)my rdt.w~~ih hkrt|rl.
... ^ U en nnd non, a report, causes over Wl7cep--e --o o-a .. ..... l ina ln^-tas m ,.1 i- t'ff,,r, 4naniln,,us,>1 se atpn.llcc ou ry , ^,-',n rFoia )r
.ecl frem Gainesville thnt trol, who will say what the end Ekespite. the opposition he has to give Suth Ylula that The -pe:ch, 'was- greeted with, thw'fala o of-" -
Mh Y AT4 -W taking fO th mniight not have been? ftis idea mMet, with Irom 0harleston, Sa- c '. i:s .. l appwius ac e laiats bel,,'i/gt o thCa, a :2 p (daiy e
8reo, a o Intcthtm, 'Nir Atlkp ci ize~ns of 1,ond app|lause an(] thep o,,inatk-gx esta.te of S. G. rw.(~esd n a
on the Pemanisula 'i-iroad-iloa" and waslto have a line of steaurs- ply vatmah, 'Jacksonpyile, and theirr Atha section to tri their back made unnni,,us. kn,,u as ihesouth of'thes.>uth~wes. i-"; rea"stveeA..
-uttibK itd w betw e W, or n Fernandi- I i" '+ of: V r ,iivdi -,- s". i -1 -4 1 e ofsouihwes~tof se n1a} hcOg ..
Tiiinjt down at other points, -. : d-. Pintsralijealeus of Fernthinas upon the:,onlroithed arm's of ...... --t,- ..s.t
ntf k' ..... ,nis- .. .... "-6i br e na Rio& have the frik'ht-a d o .. Ano r ,e o 2, an .. .....e" ... h,,, o ai foa "
That -Ree rep, s're"'circ ]Tatedl ,ve "he feight and cargo growth h and her superior hart, o," Fernandina is 'stra ,,ely- Unn t-! cotherargoto. r; Iindi the n'r h p of the nortn west o oF ern". -i ".' f" ., u '
with nmt^ ^.- pi prxere -o one- ....n= transferred there by Railroad -to Mr :ul a m n d mco su nl" t us. It ..... ,-, r,, ,,orthes tf onn,- %vest as o om w'ty doubts." The '(-edar Eey's, and again t~ransferred negotiating, fo~r iron--ongood terms. really aeems, ,,o ,,s t-ht South lIill l".1sse hy the L,;.zi.-atur'eau- sip 16, range 21, and designatedi as lo, .He l'"t..J.' .t Al.i .i- ^.
ame reports U-ere'freery circulate. ,t:.a.leo otamr wiic Mof and t~wenty- three rails of the iron B loridla s~ands in he.r own light-- ,,_ to!'"g .l~ lrl .C eIter- Ters o s^,e On h.uf c~sh: note for terrain bo)th -a.s ? Soutlr:s.we "
wthl n i- medn'""the ses,- drt,1rh aciC oceinn anyd atlenl"^ hma'a d e ,that-he i" ^ y and ..... "d p y. a, v. ne G D'. "r ha
"ao ttheLplatur,.heob ct, .,. ." .' I ~naqd., and ,rte0tn milne doing hersdi:-grav i,,tnstie, tain railroads cosvtucted uthdr ",lst I Purola_ w t o/. -Aeif,,., :
/br..hqh t^1,wasdo,01 _e1ar,'?^ -. i.loai r, .h ,a ) f ,trhe..road-bed reoatired.and that W e have not: 'the time r, ow to. go the provisi,,ns of thel Internal fo. f.b82-trl Comnndldonr ot" l' G lmbuswevewy, W ethtlr,i~
n^^od~by th friends of'the; TrtorB/t Ihe nralre.adY named, if ',naoy ,mile,:of the irfffit ladi, down. min the imvest;itio ot tlii sub- ',Pr"vement act-, an,4 to protect rlne : "'... a'{;;,e conmncttorrat T~i~hn;f,

ports are wlm^ fondation, and l. ..... ." ... g.,- ,rn ^aant: Mr, Yulee ,are; di fails to gett^ ^Rm~ from Fer- and to e^tabhh tite O t^ --a EM^.:T 1A.^,- or "bes "'' .,.a ... -n ^ ^ .-. ^.
l~lat Ba ter,.n~anjifaetulfd iu^--., ,. w, ue,iuw. ween j based O.n. perry j:ealousies and a nanctna it, wlil~mmm;y ears be- Irom, Fernaridina to Cedar Key TUr; PR)OOF lhm.iia been madre that ^r.1"^ )?"in. west, .h~iu~y,';W+
th.l.n.e)ty ;Thle .0on tsnoe.. .^^ ... .:! -wn teaemnh, ^ ..f she-,s g ~ea dnfrom aly other -d from Jack. onvillle to L~ke a ^^ 10 .-e ... o;.".... ^1^. :." ^.
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eo"., o^ ^d th e mies ot h .... we zedas nid opming up har pine f)reats and $67,800 in cash and twelve y U ea. M.' 1- |i
Fer~l.^^n<1iT ." put it 'id'. theii owned ^^"rl. ^wnt n and he smw madness;,' hbt tt bereis a'plating her idata nse ,umber re- and six month.,' interest ,it seven I -"^"tfII U/Lf. neav Lake ..............1J
^ 'tl ditioke it. ,, wantede tthis, Pod to run. right b6 method i Ahts ma"n which" bo a r n recV con, ton with- percent- on the 0bon<- 987,000. To .., r'n .d a tive O.,k.. *. .
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I'"'W.Fd^* "jl^ ^ 11n1u |i 0nus,.as.. Intorme us i00o^ st, ire at Fernanidma,: over, his real;. i -.ze. .... ,f..r. ^.r.,t exnee'essa ,t and P' 1. h P^ it'cn"- an(i l co,,san^i^:'e:d-lr wS;;i. nli m W1.Yli6 .-
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t..:r, i .v,`1. .. %. .., V ^.d ti road4 aross the pennt. 4s lmnply made an c goat. of and lift hers etf love 8"lficieht to e tte interest '6,n wtth a .harty eco. s o" ,, a- 'U5nnear"" h"av .... .. -
T,.- (y A -lo,,ru ttieomWila from i, nandmri to Ceda5 P-thit sall. lftbeharbor whe'h ant.. I I m. ,th e ii 6- bat!ds.-' Believil tlhat twil l otiean.,a'teut veservants ^a JeSn 1
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,. _I tan s of 45 miles. Th u war then. o, ree to and at: ior n ail fr.m ..... it Coareaelonal. :
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uot heerthd ." arven|other visible. al" enterprise "n the o Th ]ould tread on thertoeS of other Samuel jY Randall of P-, .l- illiosattaoks, by using Dr. H it'n a, n d b.M oe 1da o h F rdSi te* .,..eo..ei,.r
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