The Florida immigrant
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 Material Information
Title: The Florida immigrant
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Alonzo Fowle
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: August 1, 1877
Publication Date: 1877-
Frequency: monthly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (July 1877)-
General Note: "An official paper: published under the supervision of the Bureau of Immigration."
General Note: "Devoted to the dissemination of reliable information concerning the soil, climate, productions, and desirability of a home in Florida."
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001933337
oclc - 01407238
notis - AKA9404
lccn - sn 95047410
System ID: UF00079919:00002

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the Soil. Climate. Productions and Desirability of a Home in FloridaAN
Devoted to the Dissemination of Reliable Information Concerning


FLA. AUGUST. 1877. :1..1 Y I x.11 It
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:, bleached and made 'into bat. >., than at any prevHMH. |perkeil.<< The universal del
.. ... ,. .. ..r ,:7" ..._i.J. FLORIDA'S METROPOLIS in< plant are
? .....*, A. rcwkn tbat exists all over tbe country 'U felt in
**Ab/ *<* k4b *... 'i4 .....u. H A luawr. 'twi4tI' into rop ee. to lie UMX! intead <>l hair ltri l< :

f.w.r.l'J"'nll where lower anebimaey ', 1..l.lIOnIIktbOtlI.. perhaps to fear extent than
Jae.rlLltaarmrg i roovi in l' \l. and a lottery

i.Eoltt.r: F. MtKW.NOIU.K ion-net.4 _/,. .1"" ....: /MfcVwniWiw oWOn ,1Frh4strio'Ito "., I Ibis. drain tile*, water jags and "cask ek.wb..r.n.1 It appear that the best merchant
A III IX. Unrt nrnMr
: W. D. S..lll1.\\I. . Mu' nt !sea.... JlrfJt1&'N"wit.., I:i.erbalJlwltlfwMras are made from Florida clay. an putting thing in shape to safely

I 'OLI'MBfH IlK'I I a A c. i"riK'l Ir.idrY. nt/I ., .\. a summer or winter residence few cities i IIII weather the poWd Janger4. : O..t0& tea

w WALTER OWYXV Tr..a_ fles.ergfreirre f1/ tie /ittingV.;,-.1 isfrre I the country can compare favorably with Jar).. threaten our whole commercial sky Florida \

.BOWiE r UANEY .fu.ruel./.1wt I the ream for the Qrst time in many years at least has
"'NJ'dC'., dr.Fifteen "tnvilteia |M. nt of health. l Durinj(
of Lsn4* sad InHatcrstkWtLLUM
OMtLKY < 'om.
I I bread and the of (fruit
P. II tI.LEY: ".p(. fable III.-t.. I year ago the eiUtcmv of such a |4*<. of May last there were thirteen dt"lltht-t nI produced her own crop t

I .4.lWeM-4N.. .AdataaflKeKan' .. a" Jacksonville wa .earcely known except t to I white and three adored ; Mt of them rwidrd i in and v *getal le* ba been very heavy and it I i. a

*<3, residents of Florida I : now there U scarcely a tie... this city lees than MX months, and died of
.. I rhiid died o( anie. Thei Ion I we have *>mcthinx at inane to rely upon.
STATE BUREAU OF IMMIGRATION. ter-know n name un the raspof the .mntry.1. < (>p. OIH pnrum

connecle 1 three denibv from diseases of the bet"Pl4.r -
though not a seaport, nor yet even I were
lift. .\. i UKLE: rle fdr.t.
c'lLIrUt... I'HE" (..),Re.l:1' R.\NK' with tbe North and foreign countries by dire one front ynaeihe4imatUmone' l'e j '+'rpcrjconvultioB I OUR CYPRES&

line of steamer. tLU city may be termed tbe *. 1'bedeth rate, estimating j.>|i...ti.. -

.. .. in I tjt' or e\( ItKinf IIHII e\rr "truck any one bow va 4 an hassle'
of Florida. rntiliioitri rvntly aim lion at lO.'.'Hi, ..IJ be one ,
WAS IT A MYTH ? all interest in lie State nleml in the eountradjacent the "i\ a..n-.r..It'D", one in l.li". In Ju iry will spring tip in the tw\t ten years from the

... Iee. .. of the ixiuide o| the cultint !
white orange crop
aneoiorol. r M
s1 Ml1 to tbe :J't. John riser, ami tourists, in. there were *rv t.irrn ll..tli.-t'ttllat
I &luo.r..illt'hl. tale wh utitttl tint fniit itself There are lib CIKIII,,
hill .4 valid. tfiorumen, nd-bunter, in "h+ rt. tb. .lac Four wrr.
Mere ri. ttM lofty< pain.Tbrw .
.led eyes of :M w.h I..air.. hram. of traveller generally, haa made: this i it"< ; list of <'Mimption beinc in the city awly ci i, I ties in Ibis !:Mat that will within that time, !..
f_ float.a ..... .....8. army 1'a1lasllea. 1
MWV. j lto .").tlllt'nuJC1'"* each, iwy ,
W.. bur* a happy pIdea dramTMat naval tTafipHt When it lint lirrume a ti\e rlkot : (lay*. 'nr July, rwhng 'Jl there wave .1it'f"
lift apse WHI! I. .tosmMk three rolom IH and) the rust of the Mate k jp"d for a* many
antI ,
that Florida wa ilr..tined to Iw a winter r*".or I eigfct d atb.- livf white

T-.III' a.rrapM'. .'''' rreklents. ot the ("ityH'ff' far..ighte* follow !*oftenin of brain I I. hemorrhage 01 tisrenw, UMI'' oran C4''l re |uire live crate to

.a.MtstMd .ith wnstth of ..... many I cwmutoott I Itun.utnptiun pack thesis m. t, will, therefore, want
and to bold fMat i Irwel.. I ltd mat*than all. a -"'- sealswet. enough lit take in the ilution, ; .(
.. .Iff. tats.to tba.r .!........ induce ment to new toinen to cultivate! au SH, I t. pneumonia I dysentery, I iJtas. crates. no that ''WVHN),!**! urangea will require
1Ja Bfr arw MM! .1"1II.w. Then their k the truck
I bere i ill :J.iMl.miK crate
qnaintance w bleb promised |f> I* mutually two I dnwne.1,1. Nrpfclemic. hit prevailed
tie the told IB cttttt1'talr ....... \ I farming for the Northern markets It k now
\IId dlaarrd..parkpy every...... ftekl. Result* have followed whfrh wring the : many year.

Jf" dean till nftwt fU''-. rb.r HirA .. .. hope of the inot I sanguine. Tbe following market& rrj">rt itbows rulingwbole auming an hnIwttaaj| irsilhrn and we may

Ifk* intattec prtAp ...In...rlhr the.forestala thr *f Jrr. HMX*. At the clone of the war a population of lrV> -al.: price far the week ending July W: >1 safely My that it will require fully a* many

_The mtrket for the w1Tk; rndin,;, crate a* be orange. Tn make these('falt'S.iII
A shins tbw o .imtfIUc as. .air. to 1,*(00-largely ('ulotr'flan.1 of the<< poorer clan Pun K.
had bmiTJHM ,...I'aIN.t decline.. give employment to a Urge number of |>ropc,
-M bat tkink -'a supplied with the neceiwarie* of life b;)' July 3 ld lu shown a tendency to Might
IM MtxM i.'uniM fmnw.heart......t....d11i..ealeh dare lirxinnim to ruse iiwuncwhit and bere k w here w lute labor will come in-log'
; Tit l.mt t. ors.It list now two or three mall stores and liberal contribution a the mw Iraq i
a that might MI c.-ttr ..lrW.AM front the commU ary department of Ibe freely and it may \te esprticd: in t 1& gin. rafter, sawmills by the hundred, packers,

br... hi. divan In vrr...r and -..e.II. throughout nearly it. short time that: considerably lower price, .\_ To build house for all three 1tC.'Vltlt", anrtutb..r
.. MM Utt orr UM mucUl h "j>n-.'!. army ; wow, flay street \rry work will tn the rap 'ity of our .pinewoods
Aa4 rMMi to him bra man* s lhr.w< whole length i* lined with store, while it it will lx established. The new Hour pnmiiwn lube
what more the >rrsMi Mud ii'Uly a* some of the heat .ft'rtft'"
To her and think th< ,
Mir from M* r)r. that ,talus ttrri.Th 1IC&f.t'IYIihle to walk more than two or thrr of a very .wjrh. >r quality we .
low .. Ut !being de%troye l toopi-n the land for agricultureThen
block 4 on any of tbe streets lying away from tin price for the totmIWm will run a< year
w Motf rrarhnl a aobdtt rnr.Aed I will find iMit the value of our cypreMmars
with s iMiriM Mruur MH!Uffclt river ithout seeSnjj a well.storked family gro a* the cr..p U large ant tbe quality jr l we
Uanrltnl M.* rMpo wtMMMt s f..,. quote : he.. Tho.e old majestic trees that are rear
th for ....tf'nI sky store Then one small hotel more thai
And oaHnt Hit *** cry
__ iN"tae hMto-l the akin must topple met
hi* New Ptrr+r ing their crown t.
thrrr earl
Pair t1orid..Janryo ryr.A rulrrUinment of the trcHiiij barn.1
suMicetl for the ( Mary F'aNd, I.rr+ 1 a u 1''
p 1M'"Ilort' kern, The k the best wean) we have for tusking
.. lllrd all Uw sir half do/en commudiotM botck. Imic 1.adly .rr > cypress
rf nw public now a ,. haw.
| ;
?ha f..the.r.d a........,.. ...,.........1.' I a.,4 1'aradty .a .1>l |prr crate and many other thing, but the Jilt

....r\.I.. 'T'-.s. writ and fall sad.. rlrar.WldBn .. .. attractive in appearsrxe and 1 containing all mend The n.atket' ....),,* good stock and liflf'ralile. gully and f"llt'o"i o| getting out the logs batedHerred
seam did rithrr ti"W *. lor comlort and l COB'
And" MMlltfM bramvd .ith ....., rs) I ern appliance* promoting man
Und ,I vt-nience. and numbrrles private boarding;' I ilovtrt.-\o.:> 3 in 1"lltlllll'"ly and l demand tbkdilUcutty might be overcome by cnnacultingthe.
Tto I the brMrt awl MUMIJT .
4 ..l
ttt fill toreplrtkul
brltrU In that Untaui ; h< usee, are, at tinier during eta m, I .41 to ft..VI,.
fW nvr MnofH. and mitof at wholesale rate at ft bias of \..rylarlte trees into blocks of say
Yr .,
y Tlut fuantam Kki MNMI m pc w and. .
.>**> lam tlm e ...V.. thai hoarjr *....... l11f"la.Tn Three k a strong tcntl"y to an advance in the twice the length: of arratrand.plittioethesis(
.... ...... f the increwwl .uU I .
T.trrr'r. Mark, tub supply. the want > po| Ifsp
ao.llt rnntidently he handled
s: I I.r..c. these goaak, may into piv<-. In this way they could

..on.- ........ of ...... and |>Iv ul*. ...... : ton an | of a large section of country wbUJiiiow I ctwl they will advance at least $" ernIe per easily l and carrie! to the saw-milk ia 'lighters.
m rla ai a. by a rt htTW al iB* draw its suppli from Jark"'onvW' '*. thfeansold
A..t t11a.Uh'h wnerrhre aabMth;,- I ...r"'I"ilM.. tbe twit thirty day They wouM l e just a* valuable! fur crates ami
. g Ag.r ..... i... my "..... u- annuallyCorn .
denuded l Itf their
t a wr1
tin* marshes are
bunur that l. justly aainr: ....li.l.. . .. .. $>v''>*' V oat.klh.drbd. eat'. ,Mnat'1
iiai., trntbti .t .. MV"ll .Ii.A ".... they ", ...ltl IM t irne<| into famiHHcaite and
Tap IMa 14 I...... prta.tty.ps.kew ..MtB.,. I.......... .. . ... .. taps > tk ample ao-II"-- tirm.1..n .
lies Mt hr .... th- io.dy ..uw', Hour. ksn.. . . . .. f J' U< lire fields.Ilatrirlg. .
... ....dby.. alfaht.bur* ......d..shr.r.. 'elt -... .Iuac......,.. hue. V" ; lifbt deman anal supply The. said MI> mueb on this |"Mnt. let IM k4
t a-w. .. I. \I... barest. ... .. .. ... .. ..ruPlay. .. maturia ....1 I Ifor
. Ile aadry rand in after d_. Was .. .. .. .. rpm new crop sit t"'rid& torn k al M( at anotlirr item of our ....11I.. )Hvb orange re'quirtea

lira MM| gfWIMl tail, was .. .. V.' the nfSt two monlb the demand will be of for thewragger.
Hs russet iM land l.4M f. anal rbir. at l fast one s<|iure fool 1 Piper|

:s..r a.ar fir tunas east Mil oaf jpahtAlalaa : There are alo sold yearly- cry light. Mi.>kiie .Fkirkla ba produced the line i* an op. |..rtunity for p4"r milk
hr -... Ike belay tide. Il.w.. .ad .*.._, wtftli .... .f*>Mil ant it k
Awl ..tth MM air of earl h.aM I>. krfr ..| (!.-..,... ....... .,. '.;. >)fyarIwy target<< cairn crop, slant in many year, lo be" started We have plenty of material: near
...... la sxvtAt .... ...u..... rull..tad prwlt. .web. .. rIwtt ....... \, bo|>wl, I that there w ill bv I : a sufficient Mlrlol..lat"re band. that can tar turned to that purpose, oust
.. 1
man, a year t rrIM said .......l ,. alt.. t.rdM. fHi ""Y"1ftee. to .utfty| the ewilern (...rlion of the Mate '..r at we are not KMtift. lo bring our paper| from the
MSW w has, lh>M..ti ftwtt 4 Ines. .......- earth aya.Ila.daaw. .. FloiHa r..1curD
..-.Jd .dM ...".... IU.. rase arar tMM.A wurUiwwrtlk ..........1I I tent *i\; Month of the )tar. North This. industry will give nnl.I'JJII1t'nt

fan.,] (hat lw UMM* g.ir. ............ I.yaaoral ..h NM >"' I rum ......W..w.* I ..... wutb Jys, tbuuat* w
.. 1T......_ ..4 ....,.. ....... ayui. 1 in the winter when it ii in goal soundcn carry the pr dui'1* HI our inland water they
Mat rrMarm *o that doer Mace $ 'w
A a*. world !..*..hoe ha* ...talle; Within the gist four year JarkMtnvillebuilt laaa ..>)itioa, while it kept till spring it b.er.mr.knasl sWuM b. ., wilt lure here i* another (n.lu lryrttiUoyiag
JW MM arr" th* ...**r.t n..lH by WM-vlI Corn i* firm at **" trot.Irr .44 will
.r ..MlLla'c ..... ages.la.e.ry up a rry cuntiderable. jul".iee i trw..f141 | tboiMMnd more Thne'
1aa4 a.d *.rtyYM 1.gee & .h.l.kei. in resort uses, :"i. ti 'I tcnu advmbHng our dial Iteuip.Htarbine .
k now M-titng supplies of all kind to many .tt j rs...Ire tope Lore coutra in

.\... U that wurid *o raaaaad/tlaa aeaa formerly purchased in S vanuh aked: in Mnail. +r k>t.. .lArjfe b >p will be required to make

A.?teayal taat M w brats U.vr4y I-ur Larw... fair k..-.. The fruit and vegetable trade ba* .*
W hut-.d.t sit jrre_.ai.l rrtor tie'.. ....N s w Sr.at.Ad tat.1A.t rge proHKth.na, and is i constantly increa* H( in rut. NuMb k ray tine generally while it k nopr Truly w. have grand pronpect belote IM, and
M .
luoal markH -nteJy| Urn M tbk Mate, m.oylnt.wlio should cheer up,
I.optJn40\f'\ There being a rexuUr lb.iM* who .re now desponding
hr "b. hrr bath hard la MVfroca Sheltie t'1otnd. raising. several) Uiou .nl b*,bt4 will
carrie in the IHDiediate what the future biingfcrtb.
on. tsars trw': U.r. !UM indiMtry i I. largely on sad hs. k forward to

W. r Wad fare awl UMrftaf bare vktntty of the city, and suma of the I ., of rut eicetk quality ot the red rustproof A* i it .k, our j-.|4e are better oIl than
..... -.trsttk be k_ U4IS _. vari.. It ia. protaWe" that v..ouib ba .
bee1stak-grrnu.rs iotL 4y State in the l/'nfrtn: I lowIHMI
7 Yerrd s,4 .U IB hw bur. nota.en- ful fntit and I lb-e of ayo Wr
been raid'*. SN.. yly UM b.cu. ikuittl. for the
mile of i .| will .lUll
few rsriringand we
b found within a Mt be
State *
t' %% .. __ gb..y .....w u.- clay afalat'ar4
......... UwHh frail Ka. ..... ..... lackanorliie.' The ....I. lb>*i b saady. when greater put. fII the )..r. fi.u4 eata art f Ke< .M lire ........, of --Micas ,.tgrt.Ytloeaf.ca .
.......... .... ..... I
. qes ., toaa. .t w Ida a4.aa4. .ia favortfb
) cMa 4
,reek I ,
anal l ; at W *
Thai i*..|ir s IC ..... try all l eiawkitat by rrtliucn, 'eLich are wily I -..
lda.s .... new lu twiaf a4 est.Yan..a sodfsrdawn .hayasdes. .
WWI r..tlt-loa.
I den'ial' uW.\ifthI. ) gawrnw : Maa ........ e.ue 1'. Iwrhta with the
; tut'dll caner artsaaf... of rlll: are w ell re"ar.l l<<.r tb.,irwtay I I ....* ....al+aekyr t........ bid. I -
LaIr ....... ht list f..,. WIM ; ...... hULJ .'t-a.tall.m of prwafMtistc w itbuM oVvatiatf bka

s.r we' buys ant_1.,1 ita let oat: :, I .. aid tfcr kWr 31&.1.wets if> their pro ....'II"Lap' supply alwl. ti.ai.md. M ;1.. I vleie lirrle w hil fans. aid. a.A1.g .. earn'
1a11r. ( HI NonWrn wnkrt they are
'he tw l.p 1't.. If tare a -1wal..eMlGlu1b ._lly ..... NI the :No.**
.. ... ids haae.1 a. arasta.ha .
O..u.t by. ... & ..1iIt'e w
...... 1 I I Fuj&-Illli, d iHMV WV&A% T iA**i&wW9 I. .
... eta*... =,= ...... .. as. tsdasra* ..t ". "'...-..... ilaliarinaatdldy I

t bass Ur ....... ... I .h and Mlle.yr the ....-... feUy t.p.tdisc .lase ltlri'irM.' II I -Tt ...iii. pMdt .Si Ma..r ,........., liars
bbn.Mw Mw
e...drag ragas +i
sad alt 4IA
..a oar shads.I...ati ...... a teraw..Mi delay Ita ...-.c the arwetd trf C.-1icUce i. IIIrirah f .r tilsis. it... mitt taros is.aa, anal are .*.. rWOa
I ... .
O VIM*** h.. I .... thy wl. ,. .heft Mbar .Mdly'' ye>ile r -1110;--is. rime Ma4> >- I

ftyhaiM.n9 ....., thy wM., ..w., I Thr ak*+sketrri.g iN,.+hi uI Jat aimtdk. bees lei" t-fI1:. E f ....ales elf .r.- caW wbidl lie sail W l.aia aa
4buaiJw .. u ar LYMA :
HP* an.aasa- ..... .......... ..ai hander mills Moll Nlatblr+r ....... a.t YSahad. elan c-.... rUt ........ ........

i.... ne a ....tty ben i .west. kctw). w..... u..e. Iwt.l.t ....... r licit T1t Ilie.... fur .. la ha.* rMnwl ..... -- ...

r.a* w s hKMLf*.. s.., MI. ...... as ......., tatuwf 11,. I'laiMs kaeb.e.pm. I.Ii ..oohs tai ..... l'taai.erelaw eat fct f.s4 Half A eea4aaK
.. .. .... I of vast sbtdt. are resin airiplpedNs
\I I tie Wla
Muse 1 .SMUkl I seat q 1..k..f w1i i ._ Ha ow .f bark, awl pnparad hitI .... ......... wttitl.s.. UM. ..*k by. ..., -t-I"- .
.... .. .. ... .. tad Mee r. aWyratt .. &Iter raakiie of ..a"r...... $Iiswa. tc a ....
Me .te .....,. ..... ....... I wf burial. k rsmsrl.aWyighi .. .... w Ilk wbiefc W. Usttd) es uocrct bou.es. If
Tb vuiiUM -
&rmaU4c factory, wb.,. tb* su .r trraags a

-'lt.r.r A i..a ......., ........ ka daaM s m ta.ra eagle ..... a ttapwft.. wLkh taatnpu..lavorahdykit I for this s......, aid tfc** M. a I4JMhl .!..- u.. tl.e.p ..ntakiIi1...*. up ki lies tpccutwMs

11-I two, and ........... .... n.hbr.y rya..L. .. the cc4e4 ratnl Itaade marmalade a ,..1- I n/aIiYn >n..i.ng N.ttlaaMs If, senrttmVt a*tee / many rVrUUo wffl sisal U able I* bwttdrUc&G .

'.... husir. --.,; .-.., ..... -4 yW he at a small cust
I U.e of ci.JNs exbre4.*i by tltcw very
athM echo factory wberc tL. leave of u.k .1.oorR4.. 4..rly e 4araelr
t.V.-- M awed 155.4

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t - ---- I small; bodic but these t.rc'..utc fine tn-j t.rI SOUTH FLORIDA.
GEOGRAPHICAL DIVISIONS Of FLORIDA. j I premiums For wine, vinefir. ginger, preserves -
tobacco, com. nre, are corn, and potatoes.
chums oats, .
i I IT"a wanaU. pecan, Jack .t 'ITA t'tM' TY.i
Pu>aiA l.........'t tfHtam DM MCI* tab f....' I btilled rice, pea*, sugar, syrup, ted the diet sad W atllaitattlll Count n botuxleil north by and the
*** *.) ith..>".. l"f |-r..n. elf r Nislrtt.s I to *... nh I snood premhini of sea maud rotten. Tbb ,.,a. eat by Caiaoua, south by Calaoun i .t Ursrt.l l k* ry r n .f' T"h ( u 4 swot oars

ist' ....... .. fellu..A. I IteM alw. .M be a saffittrat testimony to lilt11M1" (..H H Mesfcrt. aad west bytheCtwoctatib5tcbie.Its of wakh abort M...... Castles/ .Aalr. Ittssmest IJIIIIII/I/A ..1qAr .1
.. .* tilt> C'f Ae sire F.sahl of its protiactinm and it* (ifrktiltoraladvantage area i* l.ldU t Kjuare mfle*. I .
_. PYnaea t 0e14""rM 1 IIIrst V..
.. :. I 6t OU acres are under ceith atkon. The tippet '4tanf-The tV ("ups- "i J
***. .tamlH.. A ar..... Ireiii.kst JHrwtf *"- "" *
l ...... lt.f M *.*... ........ a4 Mtte The imtai ratioa to this countv i.. of that ckmwhica part of the cmtaty i* broken leis Bills and I "..eAsaTlk Tlimirer tf"f/IIII'fIt q NM ,>wM. ii
XXa I't novae t -<-.niii f. elf .>... e.. it r- of KVBh will soon induce capital. rtdtt Tbe b4hest of then H Oraafe hill erm-.Idsplrlsi ItRr
... "-.... Iwo. Hiatus. n..e- \\ aMi.et- Js' k-. t IMH of this i it' Oak hill and abort tea late i i -U"/w.'Wd-
... Hr Appdl, late of llotoo, MaM ia now en. ,. .,M n..Itwl 1'twIf"i
vi .
u 4 t ata bill and Mod bill ne i "!( 1M seabg is ef
ffI Hd.a. gaged in the manufacture of perfemeryextrada: southward are M lo*ity
r.-. .- ?.4 of .1Ie r MlmiHkat .
I ...Ii.as. Liho11J. t.nkB.. L(HML .. ".."..,..... Mamiwts and bHter His eiLibit at the last :Ute Fak the bead of Holmes valley. These hills i riff 1.i.tl.Ii e-/"f'Nfl I ltaoesrtni'alnisa" .1'ttsl
T.,....,. La r.ft'tW. asd. IlsaitliwN received appmprUte mention and, bio actress be! Rent rally good soil with clay found I rrf-7TW I'rty'l' MM xfteeny'pew irg. ......
.. nt ..._....-<.....+.sd ,of Ibr "...... irf Her. will be a- urrd, at he relic the quality of tkm. Holme \ alkv ltalt.ft t an Indian I
*..*>. ,........ Inlt*e, f. *.... IWr4e.d. folk lllUas.ti chief w bo once lived here, is the most fertile sec A glance at the map of Florid will show the
I 'I........ ..".... ..... .... bit pitiductioiH. almost 1 gevgnpbkalpteaition of Niuiter: county to letwentyeight
Thompson A 1 Hart, of Lake City are baiMiag Linn of the county Here the series I
-- --- and minutes north
-- thirty ;
large brkk gin-bouoe front brkk made within iaesbaasttble. a* farm that have been coa'tantlj degrees
i a and In the centre ot lh. !
cultivated for thirty fears without lertilifer. latitude nearly peamulft. -
FLORIDA. mile of town.
EAST a .\ Rentk-muj offer to tell the whole, or a half still yield large cn>r Holme creek i* fed, by Its general I topography while it list the
nTt water-mill, the '"eta "unallar.e spring in the eastern section\ of thecounty appearance of being tat or level i il varied embracing
.,u'MWX tot tat re.t in the eicrUeol on I hammock undulating
Fe river at Leno Itt l"Jt".tioa would be etr llent and running In a southwesterly direction ia its limits swamp,
t TAt t.J"rwt'fn .J i60 a.......-1,. m".WY{ 10m.I far a cotton factory, particularly! to if the pro- tmptkt into the Choctawhatchie With a smell l! !! and in some locations billy pine lands and I tt II
I of tbe soil is in like manner urhd-!
it might. le maJe navigable for light I the quality
Nwtbera Itsilroad U. bnilt etperre
I ,, --7'lt Trader u,1t ref the (luauIfa1'n peed The (b of imovi ranU who wnuid tuccevd draught steamers ss high u Vernon the count). that of the hammocks. toth low and high being ;
.tvrh-C'h.snirrrr of Jmeperrteals I",,,, and streams much superior to the contiguous pine lands
best would toe farmers and Irait-jtmwer! There site. Fine spring, Urge pond, pure I
,., .,. d.. in all f the tarots l'in; An extensive belt of level pine I.od..f superior
I .V..k-I.- ; JIr"jml.tv. h little for mecbanic and pto( '**kml I ineti to are to tie found pan t>
these thrive best wuJ'ha1 abound, ADd there are already! ex eraf lumber Duality, whose rich soil i Is suited ta the growth
ia at as
Tbe surface nf this county hi i generally level engage h ah-imlant presect milk in operstkm. three of which are drixen liv I of all kinds of farm products and fruit trees.stretches j
The eastern. iMttin l I. low and u termed plat I line of this .
The tx I assured that in lberc'"r1e tlftm1 Andrews, a small settlement: ot along tbe northern county.l'
woods. Thewstunt4high, roiling pi1?* wond. Immigrant IIf this county may be will find a warmhearted the 6"rtb bore of the bay of the same name ,intf west it curves down in the direction ot
known. pine barren. There Is very link (land and Adarasville.
eta of and embraces Stmteri idle tht'oirt'.Jiag
also ansk that there it an excellent harbor admitting ve
are u*
which can be tailed unfit t far cultivation, as the generous people and south it embraces in
eat one
he succeed aDd who are ever ready to sixteen feet draught Here also, is quite a retreat !
small] swampy spots to be found are susceptible: tuar their. direction the famous I'aUtlakaba region, IL until the for with
ami drained capable of couutel him, and if tend l I.e assist i him be dunnc summer planters
when are
of drainage, Witblacooclue river. Thbextensive
reaching to
to overcome the ilifficultie attendant families from the interior Washington ('CHIotyod'
producing valuable cr >p-, particularly rice and caa manage change of home. u many inducement to settlers in point o'lheltBlalns tract of fine farming lands is destinedto !
wgar-cane. upon localities area *, climate, and soil and her citizen be the great agricultural belt of the lake: region
Insect not numerou
Abut one-half of the Und H owned by individual : are welcome I and for the quality of soil, low price of
free from them a* part of the t nion. trancr" heartily.MIDDLE /
owned by
*. Many Urge tract are nonresident health
anT Is seldom land!, general good and the most flattering
who would be glad to divide their r"otession *- The warm weather summer com -.-
future it ha
it conducted at all ; prospect* lor the scarcely a par ,
plained, and field labor seasons
smaller and sell at reasonable
into tract
FLORIDA. allel. There are many I tilted Mate (k>x eminent
prior to actual settlers, and many residents are of the year homesteads that mar jet be taken scattered indifferent
sell of their land to parties! The hotel aroommodatknare. fair.and com
willing portions ail
locations through it and in
build hotel in take TATUUl tut.>Tva.irrwTr1bpwythy.alvrceifs exerj
orgaoi/ing to a Urge :
but the number who 1"0.1.
who will improxe il. arc neighborhood tbe immigrant will find true and

willing to ftrll in order that they may remove City. site The from I'' < >..- generous hearts ready to give him any information -
take U the people i
City county
from the it small, for the inhabitanU j
county very he need in M-..-cling his future home
the advantages of transportation a portion of five counties do their principal trading TA
beallhfulnewt appreciate and productiveness of the at this point. It* imputation U about 1::('u. ,'',....".,*-1.. IW sad ';a.-I.....1Jr- Mi*. Good improved of this lands belt a can from be !bought>fl to f in 10 somesections peracre
resided 1 here since the tint settlement about Kjually tli"del at to race This place i I.
oil. having I I .
many and will nwprfa.r-Il.tttr-rrtWttlri.Itn1 a itin which will {produce, according to the report I
noted for the ot in location
the "I.Un. and knowing that a living beauty
by of Mr. II. ... Martin, living fifteen miles
J-r ttv .
here eNewhere doubt I"*. w ithin a few year. be one of the prettiest ,
can lie made a* easily .1 ate northwest from esburg, an average yield oftwentx
contented.take inland town in the Mate This county I* bounded on the north by Madi- bushels of corn .VKI pounds" ol Joo 1".11.0In
IxMia, two and a half mile west of Lake. I U. 1 I. titer, >. It. &Iu.arl..OtI Adam J. t-a itli, boa. east by tafayette. south by the Gulf ol the seed. :::111.1 bushels of tweet-potatoes, 2,(del
City, wa. ditched I in lOf>? by Messrs. Charles 11. and J. C Master and Jesse Carter. hate perfected Mexico, and ,,'nt' Ly the (ittlf'and Jefferson |M>undtf sugar or 400 gallons of syrup per
CUM I and Adam J. ml"l,.nJ a mill t reeled upon three inventkot for hulling and cleaning trice county. Its area. i* about 1,110 squat miles.: crc I am satisfied that these estimates would
tbe canal which affords an excellent supply of and by their enterprise have t-limulfttcd the The Und are variable Some list others rolling I be fully Hutalncd. 1 by Captain John T. Johnson
water baring a fall of twenty-nine feet in less I planlinc p ot that profitable crop. The farmer and others swampy. .\ Urge portion of the and Mr amuel I.\ Curry, who are resident: of
than a qukitir of a mile The mill i I. now' now make their rice, and take it to mill to hare flat Und might well be termed table lands a.. I this tine farming section, and who would willingly 1

owned by )lttr. Itruwn; Mnhh. who are engaged it leaned a* m-eded. The rice crop it peculiarly! they are high enough to be pleasant and beautifully I I gin any information that might be desired j
in sawing lumber ginning cotton, hulling valuable, a* each particle of the plant is valuable! k-xel.1 Other >grade* which! I shall call In this connection it might lie proper t.. ,

and cleaning lin.. and grinding corn for home tin: mixed land consist of meadow and swamp. say that these results are obtained without any )
of clerk 1.uM for turned Very few experiment lute been matte to ascertain with arable lands from the !
The water* Falling intcrpcr varying fertilizing, with the exception of the cane crop, .
into lake I" u". and the supply of water would |possible! result in farming. Mr John best to the poorer qualities of soil. The area of which i h generally planted on ** trod land. Hut
\ inzant in the southern part t>f the county, Und under cultivation I is ..maU.ae.1 .
then l", ample to supply large manufacturing ii- comparatively few experiments have been tried to bring a single;
etal li'.hment. Falling cmk, Olustty creek. without It'rtlli/t'u.ta.> gathered thirty-two lHi! exceeding .i.lJI..1 acre There are DomerOUtIm.n acre to its tearing capacity Mr. Mark Collies I Ia
and I)nolt creek; afford over tuflicivnt for mill elk of corn per acre on mixed landV. .I' streams or creeks' abounding in the freshwater ,. the only gentleman witu whom I have conx '
lag pui|"".". The huwannee bool*. ten mile Home and Ie\K'ook I each have gathered at the fish usually found in the Mate, and in the erted! on this subject who has had any experience I
north of Lake City, it, in my opinion one of( the rate of ?UU bushel of ."n-II".lalnC'S per acre. I forests are plenty of hear deer wild turkey to report |gathered fifty-four bushels of corn :
finest locations for a cotton factory to be found, while ordinarily. : to ::.ul bushels would.. the catamount*. |panthers. Ac. There are several tram one acre fertilized with cotton seed and I !

and must soon attract capitalist. A railroadten yield fine mineral springs in the county impregnated from seven acres in long cotton not fertilized I "
mile in length!; would connect it with the .\ ctitton-M-ed' oil-mill i* needed 1..t the shipment ,, with sulphur and iron. That known as Hampton : :"i.fiiiu of HU) pounds
pounds an acre.
average\ per
\ of M'f'I.II.. immrn"f't.. l\ *> ..It.
: road at Lake ( ''yor. line ortv-five miln IUD!: ,spring on Rocky creek, a branch of theFtnbolloway Mr Collins' farm i* on or near lUUtUkaha I
would connect it with. the Atlantic and Gulf --- I river, has proved very beneficialin crrtl.-IOtI-CIfflee. WlIIter.0)' one wanting;
rood of IJeorgla or a wall stvsiner might be run FLORIDA. nervou" disease and in case of extreme de- information from that section will receive it by I 'Ii F ?
upon the riter to Suwannee .tatii>u.on the Florida WEST bilitatkm Although there are no hotels, many addressing him. I ;s

branch road, which would enable the .bil"| .. person resort to these waters and capital if invested Aside! Irom this extensive tract of fine farming
meat of any *u,>plic or production should a here, would soon build up a remunerative land, ..which perhaps covers one-third( ol the '
lie built The land in the of tnvel The streams the Fenbollo-
I factory vicinity principal are available land In the there
; fanning county are
the shoal i k ery productive capable of sustain- .1 /1"'Oiin.l their TimyrtitliiralTltir j way, cl'atnllylocalN and navigable for a distance large bodies of hammock both low and high, on
Log: a Urge: opulation. .'...;1. u ad 7YVr IAW.-TM ('..rtwMsa of about fifteen miles. the Kconfenee: in the various lakes and on the WithUcoochee: rtver. j!

There! are twelve small lake within the ./ tl tir forming I.J'Mr HjTo; wr.r*, the western part of the county the Warrior a The soil on the low hammocks it extremely rich

county, and numerous little |">nd. Alligator dr drWalton. I'! small stream east of the Fenholloway. and tbe composed of black vegetable mould resting on I
lake u the largest being three miles long by Meinbatchee. running along the eastern: Iioun- tiff, tenacious clsy, under which U a bed of marl I
about one mile wide These are filled with varktk county is bounded north by the Mate darn of the county and emptying into I Mad. Irom four to six feet in thickness. A large de :
and the of Alabama and Holmes east by the ThU river could be made
of fish during 'I'riol.nJ summer county 01.0'y easily posit ot this marl i* near Leesburg, on the hammock I
month good sport U afforded 111I those who will Choctawhatchie river, south by Choc-taw hatchicbay. navigable/ for some distance. On the Gulf coast lands of Mr Kvander: Lt'e.aoth r, ,
take the lime to enjoy it and west by :,aota Uoaa county derived there are Urge quantities of mullet and red-fih larger deposit If. at Orange Bent, on perhaps the .
Muck, marl and limestone( are found in different its name from (:Jeorge Walton who succeeded caught during the winter and this busine. if OckUwaba; river eight miles northeast from I
localities but little attention having been General Jackson a* Governor of Florida and systematically engaged: in, could be made a esburg. This latter: deposit coven about fifteen -
given: to fertilizer the Heat of the supply Las who wa Secretary of Mate under Central: Jacks source of great profit The principal timber i b hundred acres of rich hammock lands andin I '

never been ID' llplN.. .n. pine, but live oak, cypress bit"l.ory.lley. magnolia both locations were found extensive t 1
suitable embraces about .-4.) miles, of wahoo aafras. and other varieties I sour orange
Clay (lor brisk making and .rnlsh'De Its area : iuare usually! These beds of marl would furnishan I
br not 3.'H>0 acre* are under found in hammock abundant. There
for buildinc purposes, are found and will which probably over are are almost inexhaustible material
valued a* lumber become scarce. cultivation The county wa settled in 1&.M, bya no railway in the the Jacksonville,
rottntT' fertilizing the lighter finds if
The yellow pine U the l'rioeil",1 grow tb, and I few' Nxitch families, |pert of a colony ol :Jet I'enisacpU and passing within fifteen with; muck, which abounds, especially in large composted A J

no |*orth* of the Mate ha a finer growth ol this I\rtstons who originally settled \l.bama.IIlI' mile of the northern lioundary. Farmingand in almost section of the quantities :! ;
.... -ioit unhealthy came to Florid stuck nising the every county.
valuable timber-pnatucini: Irt. Iii tbe vk > finding that country are principal employments
of the lakes large uantitieof Lard timb such Thex people located in the Tcbe* valley- and farmer follow their pursuit during all sea- There are no navigable) streams within the .
a* hickory, sob, peach oak. A.C. are found but named from an Indian tribe who had occupiedthe ton of the year limits ot this county. The < tckUwah* river toll'
there U no demand at present for it,and the foul"| land prior to the coming; of the white*-,nd The prevent poHilation| of the county U about the eastern line, which, in part, separated( this
ply will in a short time Iw wasted a* Ibe Und l.. today the names of Campbell Mcl>onald. MeKinnon :,ten.( :New settlers are constantly coining in, county from Orange, had been for several sears
ckatal for I.I.olinonuo1l11 the sate of Mcl.ean, Mcl.eod. and MclC e are evidence i. principally white, and of a respectable cla*.. I prior to the spring of 1*>?:5 navigated by Hart'sline i
the- fine lues in tbb locality Is cnormoe com- that the descendant! <>f the tint settlers though of limited means Mechanical pursuitsare I of steamer, making regular weekly and.
pared with the supply still | The day for hunting w..I'IItMt j Kva.k>cally N .ttUsoil that he fotwd for his seed that enabled tie supposed in a country wanting in capital the lakes with Jacksonville via Palatka and tIter -
a deer IIt'.r. or w ild turkey U ft und. Thtre are the Hev John :New ton a clerrynian froml'fnnrlnnla There are nil regular hotels, but almo+t every >priorThe falling; of the waters in the
'plenty of lird..oJ in winter wild ducks but if many )'ear* ago: to excite c ,n.idcrable cottage i* a boarding-bouse" here accommodation I I lakes and river since that tine ha so interrupted
Immigrants would invest the money in farming:: 1 interest in the vau..e.>l education inter cau lie had according to the ability of the this communication that the steamers can

utensils bleb would be neti-s.ary to Iou,. a hunt eat w hkh liecame so general that there it prot proprietor. The general healthfulness of Tax approach at preset to nearer than ilxer
er's outfit it would be a much .Utur inrei4mefltThe i aWy n> other county in the Mate when them for tuuottomlr" Ux or ably with any section springs, and freight are transported from tb&t
whole pulatkin is intt rested in agriculture : *** of the {topic i* so well educated in this latitude There are some section where point to I lA'ftoor; ia barges The waters are at
I'ottonisthetropwhkh isdtprntlydupNi| ; The land o| Walton ctninty arE priocialy) tbe rotten limestone affect the water, rendering! I! this time ri ing. and strong hopes are ecttrtaiced
for the basis i ..r.n busine The sea ilan.| tot pane| 1.ladd. and offer to the settk-r such i induce it sdsisat.k to Imikl cisterns, but generally: the that by next fall or winter tbe steamers will resume

Ion U the variety principally tultitatcd egst' meat a* the same >(U.lity of lands in other rctnir water h good Cotton cane, and corn do well i heir regular communications this see

cane, corn, rkr, weetotattirs.| rs. <>at., r>t'. sal of the Mate. There are already. two or here on the hammock land, cr co cow"penned: IIOD To meet in time the ,increasing demandtor ;
vefelable ate the production which ate Inteleslmg I time sleam and as waterpower| saw mill lands Savet-p4akesyiekllargely.andtuiam. I Ii. transporting| fruit* and other products from
the farmer, and the culmalk of sego in the (auty Along the eastern liouadary rat ed in sufficient quantity fur home con the lake region attention was called to the ce- -
tabW will soon beci/m a leading industry much of the'sod U poor but there are r\<*r tumnlionAs : ctssity of baiklio; a railroad. from some point

Inuring the month of April 1* .IA.II'IUoJtI> I"f I Ikons, n >tatly at Mu,by (lend in the Choctawbauhie. ia going into any frontier country, the new on the: M. Johns river to tat Custis. This short

egrtablr were shipped by eprttroUi luke where is a tract fifteen mile load bylive settler coming into Taylor county should be prepared road of twenty-three mile wa soon projected, %.j.
City and dutiog the mouth ..f May It: ':To wide of exceeding fertility In the I chit liar frontier life with many of it* ineonven- and has been graded under tie name of tie 't.
|ioubds of teyttable wire chipped by e\pre. I valley there t* another tract of rub land with wares lie ha not here to defend himself aad I John, take KustU and Uulf Uailroad. Work

up to the! 2fth. ,nd there were two other shipment ted clay sut..oil ol abut the NOW resent a* that bw family against wintry weather, either in the i* at present suspended| on the road bat it is
made later I"n the tome c n ump atone referred 1 to .\lcI C the eastern and south- erection of so elaborate dwelling a* would be thought will be resumed to time to complete it
lion and what was sbipi>rd by freight era l"Hm Urieot Walton water c >mBMtniratk required at the North, or ia laying up fuelaia 1 by next winter Miould this Dot be dent and
Fruits 0.. wIlt Orange from thi oHiatyreteivnl with. the Gulf of Mexico u (urn he throughClhctawbatcble .l a time of aeed. but be baa new mode i>| the Ocklawaha remain too )low far steam navigmtion -
1 the. |>muluai at the dot state Fairirspt river ant lay. both iu tys.l4r life sad culture to leant and for these be must the lake region and especially 'uou er
( ,. |plum |I".ca.u.c tkrhe. Mti|>iM<.al* tot .4.mlioat>. while be interior U watered' bm.tfieroM > ask. and act upon the suggestion* of older iebab county will love largely of that intelligent' this
<4 early prathe were Made the first week to creek and run. scope nadiae their Haul of the country Farmtax operation: are of iBtojjjraDt w bo are seeking permanent .homes ii
June 'There "HI' ripe | lay I west thaw t h >*Bt* Muss tttuat) into IVasacoUbs > the country sparsely settled and mesas of prosperity and devekH>ment of those sections ia
; Very few per ** ta the cuwely bate a |Hai4itl j t"hM k-ri'''kIc. tot which there i. ir...l ttansprtalion. .t f supplies not the best betboubi wbieb they locate If we bad sated and tare
know ledge ..! hoitictjliure. but the. interest ia range. t. carried 'G to u.o>..idgrab extra Ta resale prepared to |IIUKlta.f1 art's.itie. lor six meaa of lommuak-attoo the lake re?kie could
fruit culture is lal.wlI ('r .4 aisad .>ulMrdand crop. hi.ftt ate raa*. cottoa. and. o raIruiU .\IItOGI months al....l TbeHllercomwg. wub pteatyof DOC fall l to bare ia the heavy tide of immigraliuata

y vineyard will stvo be nuonruu.* and e\t a. .I II a|..4r* d. very writ. and peacW* y1e1d1st plan sal ca.rgy w ill sad BO dMscuity w *e- each tocceedia; year will spread .tUl-kSH.
.h e. Mr O :;. Cotton b*. a iaryard of buachgraiirv.coteriog v C1I'tIIC. .ls>..*... "..*.n-. with rea.. aWe io4 Ktry. bntuuH with theta from tIM North, tie Nxtth
I ( about two and a half acre*. CMW 1 n., .... Ct.at.s formed f rutu WatouN mad be c.a soon bare say ...Ior the comfort but the tu, and the West the Man C-QI. :
loaded with fruit which "rrht be kttiftwd U.tm Jmcksnn. the torater< of wfeuu i. tu w*..tfa and BMtay oi tb. luxarxr. of life* nihulaoe. and enterprise of their r"f eaergy.>ecilve
nth. The Iliac llambwg 1 oucutil, sad w part Its soulbera bewalary, the Uttrr. with ... Mdk4. '
wert Water s tamttt sucrrrd l..i 1 Ue tvup the il.,(.... aU-ak'. tU aa.4fB TW >M'" otAUbaaM This ucMraUe eject can I* e*.Uv obuiacd
t t' |>rr M>og is well adapted ta tic mousy Mr I' I... oa the north sad \\'............... -lUrd luava we repixud a. teeing M: >t lMMi- toy u.a.trtW8C a few locks 09 the teUawak

f .\ Fiolev has forty .na..d! w ltd this tcnp.rtbeee dowry vuMkplv K. s. *MWra boundary lu aUf hard m CaltfMfBM IBM and river. between take trims sad ilver Pptf
year eitmaMab
iilr. west of town I Itr 'f I' ultra bar !brta shunt T:ilt siaatr utile IH |>u..(.tsMiia run Ta. cwitU be dune
fr. 7I .. I.ITt. nf wfetxM. IIri1 wkiirMU pusefly .. kw|* tbuuiind.! vl j.. pk- fang at a small e>| neNMMfiarcd
a fine r ray std on hi* farei about tM suite* > u 1> were to the iatalrllll benefit woajd
tow o. from w bkh be. a..u.llv wake; ti.....Uttrof 1ST tx4oir The ( .aorta* .ualrasr riser havisK the M.. rVfid*. like ev fy o Urw salt to the entire lake r.ilia.. and rt-

w Nie. aad bet trtris.d a 1srt/wlrla at ....-Ia t'late ass yt.w.- let ......... r... I..,....h the ire. N6Ie list I akia. M also hwttaf the ........ uf Urj-oad any ceotiafracy: IB> pint. would of itaa pie. ..< Fair fair the quality U h4 w 1M1 tu s.od ire ot the trusty, and aiia eft>u* vtwrk tapir the .haul lima. site infer uou fur the future ,
Mate Fair lk.. Fiatey. ,to.>ard U',e KktAtiutMt ialo tin fixer from Use B xlaM... a."eiaw..iAs yet a tv lort.bebuaw \\ltw.r..IC'J.e
received a |>naiiuH for the cUr. w use \hitwtW IB Walb... lUc .husd aw largely naw. tar sad gMutt being U thus wuiitapiial ......&.n.. of tbet0U4U nxrr* the wUtBboaWlirx -

U wail U re *mbefrd .bst at te. I I.... MtFal as>4ta g..ud ramp. fx sVk.. wbira M raWil in wbo. are wilUac u* work sad cuitttak aslSe -- a: U froaa lUcataaVraJuAbk *.
"'. _.... fun-jr n-cri..' 't.! f, I::wise; it.a.i>lratti! <,,uanii'The I"*! !*n U are in the *..11! i sttrsni. Fording ttkitftt Mr s...water. ..avifat fur small w -.am Tbt

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.. tether thi.......
tile .lalyI
and 'iv o >n'', m I
.I. h obstructed IB several place by transvebada ran-/: t. market %> ,t w.. Ij', '. y n ; > I"< ,- -t h.-f wa,.< a" i i AMn" ,; tie: evening The airy* .e.4en nlt'-t... t H RI,, ., mas., HBM to elrillly l lMn thfo ab .
I\tnt' 11 la "snt .
.. line* 01. mini mlcnt n .hn lilt eleVv* Irtaar* .ia .Rr ta.t sco
or tabjes liatenhMW rock sorer whit bIb.i t ntn aovenient ,,f < t-h.I".I\Rd but little. rsithrougbiwlt < t ,1 t t.e sin
water flow. but and of vafflcicBt depth to aIrrtaaanti I' lie opeaed l This would givieniwiraeement ft'.t gins m "September the fall winter, amt spnnjr. giviMturgr t and *only H cbl hosts IB the other

pawing To make Ibis stream nary. only to truit-culttrrr'rst to an extemfv syaeof "f the mot pl***ant part -,f tver WI in 'u'net''*. '
We tae bet of rurk would have to tw t.... M'K' ..ia"b>yartli'B' ; for the _fly markets Kiaad a. I portion the tarn furdeti or ori-Bsi d. The earth is work >
anoint BMkiae a cbuBivrt ......toy w ide al .1IdI. North: laterspesed as thin cwunty i i i. coy fill.I I f ir n bus to the lake refh'" In*.*** heat front the SUB In t1lfft the. her' is

if l *.,. If thin was done it wo.Kl open up at usa I many Urge takes of clear fresh water, web*',, There 1'alatka.o are two apprae e by war ot :Mirer Sprimrs 1 1teamer t tang thrown visa the earth into 'pc*. TIlt
fV-nn the cold tint! tMwhkh 1It. j frt>. .. of beat. ibf***!* the! natftyof
> upon
'are MM! extensive tract of country, includisota wc in them a protection the 'kl.w.hs rive t* that pl*<'1', tra tB +.a f .
best land lo the ud m* fralt-trowrr 'r gwAevrt cue tail agUmre 'ip fnr "pir in the sir In dry ainsospberr r 4U
of the ro< sat ex t1PIIN in any other sectfcHi to the prdlaties M see, and which. the cold I weather "t U and then by, The. bet" up the M Job.. lion g nrs on rapidly, anal tbet.1 lanai be a rapid
a of farm crops, our in the rapid growth uf past inter a... caused" IM f..Uy0 appreciateKxprriinenta """ ; freight V-iln t.*K> tbeti acr 'M to Fort Ms.. w. :it whkh Mid extensive change of the thermometer. 'Hi
the oranje anal otber (nut trws CoDftt'Ctt'\1 : in enrh ,"nhwaiftC lot Nortbrmarkets >m U> ks in waitiaf for any point r.ake the contrary in MoIt4t atmtrnpheres the vapor Impedes
with tM Witlilacoocbe) river H the bt-\1Itifnl this season Ii n' given; full ass.taacestare n( : romt" steamer amt IxptburK the progress of heat amt equability is the

lake 1'ana.sofkee.: famous for its rich b.mfttfJCk I ( MKTTS. and to sumter county belongs the Harris would call to the attention ,II( imtnuraala t.' I rrsutt 1'ton thin. we tarn<< that mo Mure in the

i toads anal fine froU. especially& the trout and : honor of potting the first ripe watermelon lb .. We whkh. this auction m"ttt air .is an sl.I ,'rot vtMHJ to temler plints.
bream (bat sport in its sunlit Water*. Here I I eason in the :New York market.! Tbis. wowing .. I tin manaaivanlae.Ijinds in moat places sfinnpanitivelv The Ukes ant stirrottmlmg ocean and I that will the labors of l Int. IKjwnhlocated ultimately |H>M**a the air with. moistnrami the vapor arts i
....IH can flod ao excitement rt'p'y to energrtic I cheap, a"lln this county we Usufflcicnt charge i ito
I him fur his trouble and here '''0. In the ,or, 1 two mile west of rsburg; and whn.. territorv l tot U..l, rounding country tbe sportsman ran bunt the ; with others in his. section, are" preparing to mal. from a ff'rUk.ftll grneroo*' wOur .1 the Und. The climate, however is not e\

deer turkeys, anti other game to hi heart' WO, 1 I early vegetables. a specialty When we but'' a g I\Ot'climate support is unequalled, ?Ilf'Inc remote fnmt treaielv ,Iamb for upon an average there m no

teal Besides: 1'anasofkt-e.sumter county uDta10' eiUal| facilities for transportation snmter Mtoty f'ilbt'ft.. which ru'b more than a a grains of water tu the cubic font.
I within in limit, anti on its bonier, more I.rre will proudly step forth and challenge the fur the strong winos wafted on through forests .tf hvii ( not t by any means Ivleterious to bcalta: but quit I II

I fresh-water lakes than any other county" In tlte; most in the race in supply log le*v favored' ..... us after We being feel all the more gralcfa! that they .re I the reverse The temperature of the air t is mon I'

Mate. It i I. emphatically the centre of the rtnt lions with early vegetable*. ping' tteroeneu. and C'Oftte or less inlfneocnl t y tbe im>isturcVere the
their origins
lake region, standing out pre-eminently .bt..e What we ueerdan4 what we must bite. IBj I climate cold tbe humidity of the air would makethe

its |peers the brightest star {in the galaxy: o: rk'b j I der to more" properly develop this lake region, .. to us as gentle healthful and invigorating, but w coantrr uninhabitable. With the tempers'

counties tbat surround it This county rnntaiaboot i; a railroad connecting us not only with the ::-t are not only the beat of summer as to make our cmate ture at IfW .lejjrres' the air wo ild' hall' twenty

forty-four township, being a fraction unr 1: Johns river but also with the great system of modify in that I"m' of the tear more pies II'I I grains of water to the cubic: foot with goml etTertupon

1, I'") sections! making t"jIOI-) acres of 1:10.1. ffM'Jt.t tome point north of U', either at iiainville ..... 'I even of tow countries Itf higher latudcs. tbe system At fifty degrees Fahrenheit:
-.' )).OOO of which aw covered with water by th4- or W.ltlo..ntl running so ith throtigh M h- ant than many illy alai w ann 1",1 the air is still saturated with water although.
> genet
numerous liken scattered about in different e i r...", :'umlt f. and other counties to the ti-His of the county the largest of which 18 l.a\.c This. road would pass almost north and "JUth : dt'U&btrulIYINDt. inclement to Inkft'ff'with The atmosphere, of all tropical climates t is moremoiM
Harris, which U in the eastern portion ot tbe through sumter countyattorlinp; transportetii i the w"!ison sufltciently"Ik-Ibe retreat for the inval J than in colder latitudes. Hut in wintntb '
county and it eight by eighteen mile in tin. to the richest agricultural sections both in tbe out-door the chilling wind' ufI atmosphere i is dryer in Horida M the rainvwa ;
Lake irifiln is sixteen by two and a half milf'l. I'I northern and southern sections ol the count". and consumptiv.from on
Lake L'ustis,on the eastern boundary and DtcHlly ,j while a continuation of the St Johns, take }:u.. cooler dirties.Improvementu. going on in almost everportion unlike in this respect the far.famed Call

in I >range county is four by nix miles. .\ purtioo tis and Gulf Usilrovl from Fort Ma"on to 1A'f't. I of the county are and rc Hent rntcbamhave fornU Also in Texas and :New )Meiico' e timl

ol lake Hcauclair Is in this county, also from It'D burg, tapping at tbst point both takes (;til'ln I found' but little difficulty; to keep in wool.. an opposite condition, the wet and cold seasons
. to fifteen mile ot the western' shore of I.a.epOpkL I i aoJ I larri",.n.1 extending bt'yoo.luntU( it wuulll is convenient, ami can I Ihad heI occurring together in winter' and the hot amt
The lakes all: connected by w.. Half wool' I Lumber for building the winters' chilly and tinhcal
.\ !e are intersect the iainwville and road I to $1 12 Ss) per Unhand fllenidrs .try in summer
Lake l> which lies entirely io cr at fron,10 and the summers malarious, making the climate
Il"f. including ora, afford dual: facilities to the eastern portionthe -mhla there several rnn thy,
the team.sw
a"' Orange county, and Is Immediately betweiLxkes county S Woodwardnetr Iakella of Florid preferable<<

uses and I UeaucUir l.\Jyl.L.t'. a tJc.oau. With these to''''* comjileted.{ and the I >cklwaha by ri.. water mouth Mr of owe Talatlakvlit. cn'.k. bu Again, location. influences the climate !situated
sheet of two to three mi Irs in sum wnuM : it the \I.rfil1.nnf'' between the
tifnl water river navigaWe, this connected line which he usct fir sawing pun near yet lying
situated about ten miles north of i.ee.bur,;:, I not only Ixrgely!: increase the annual products uf ; fine waterpower ColoMI.II.. llelvei I Atlantic: on the east and the .nil on the west,

sn>.l two miles west of the northern point of farms and orchards and gardens, by .IJiDl 1 t"I ber and grinding.\ L com. Caruthers. near Snmtervillhive -, it is constantly receiving fresh winds from both
-, Lake tiriffin; and U not connected) with aDV our population{ a large cleus ot enterprising. im- which they u*... theme .1"lm( The currents of air constantly

,. other body of water This lake is surround I migrant! but wouKl) afford one of the most I I". each splendid "aln'Ifrr.utili/ed to the extent ..r I . of them are
by pine lands of exceeding fertility, and maDY : viting. interesting, and pleasant trips tint a tuur l hut mmr the 'supply ol w sic r ring sufl! I accumulation of heat 'I I he warm air from ex
fine locations for building; on elevations that m. I ist could make to Florida. I p the M Jtth1t4 their capacity 1 and mare extrnsivmsxlin ", punsiim ascrml. ami tlKi omler air from tin-
overtook) its to tie found It i. ('if't1f..r enlsrerd niobrs t till th' viec sum, sisal r'1 puPates
trey waters are ami acrovt to the Ukes would lie the great }hiof long-felt o't"-Ity has at length "born| north in remarkably. healthy arounJ this lake .D.I l there '' travel with the additional interest in giving a cry \ of hers, the gr*.lition of climate
x : tametl bIIIl" e.uhli hiag a newspaper I
some l"nill"ltatt"ll lioverumenl lands ne. choke ol routes from Fort la-son to Irbui ; Tu this tiMMt interesting srctkm wr <-.'rU.nr i UKVKMUS. : IHklK.
it subject to homestead entry f'.uly""t f.t rail steamer II by rail tournt arseekers ln.1
either by invite the io.llI"t"ntullmmlcra"t from fiery l Ivwrnrs .al nkicw may now bvuu..6VreilFrom
tbis lake, a few miles is Clear Water lake, aiiwntrgMous of pleasure euul4'l'ento: a day among Ihl' Herr we hut' ltrr.t.if virgin soil "ufT.rWnlrlvf..rlill" a recent ptiMicatHm. I byre born' able toprocure
but not Joining' are I ", amt onlv waits the m"nil'\1I1\Uq| { the f .ll.>>wing table
.. lake, varying in sire from two to f'Mlr fringed tor nearly two mile. with IH>X' ..
river amt
t.i convert them into farms gar.kaamt teary hat twenty''' ymrs bus |bad| 'Jii.t: cksrdays
miles, and Miitller !aJ..t'll\oJ ponds dot the lur- I than ten thousand. budded orange trera in .-. hive I tan I
orchards; sad hcrr, tm wr a ; )Fet.rH.try. Itra March. 2t.I"n.| Vi:
lice In almost every portion ot the county. solid hodIf by steamer a charintoe stew elt who*** future i I. bright and wk.Me tn iuty i is noolv >' Ala}'. 28.: June. I 17. July. IS. .1ugrr+it, 19 rptrm .

In thee *>>utbea tern portion of the county the this 1n".I'Itt'IIlllifial lake, of all the group w'''Ikl. relWctnl in tlw s| arkling water IIr nm I .er, IT. f October l'/ :Novemln-r, 20. IKcrmtwr. >

H another chain of lakes from which the water be enjoyed, amt a feeling of Mdnens would corn. lovely; 11&"H. but written in the sunlit akin tb.! TO and for the entire year '"*. AxxJrw/

.,f I'alathikaha crt-ek' flow in almost a due n..rth i over the traveller when he lurnnl (rim the, 1I -" bun-'almve: it *. rLstra Ie.n1 Nts ,and fl.,,,.,.tin, leaving only lki: ilays of the year
cur.e. to Lake Harris.I Tbe most tunitluTnI I' I, turMfjue surroundings of Like Kttttis: to ,"If'r ... when the kv. has bivn more than hall, covered
ike Latin I from which the run flows! M' h) the narrow, sluggUh waters of l Ierd| rivrHappilv with clouds:and some ul which rain ha falUn. i

!Lake IWrtzie. about one mile ditUnt Mill Of.Ub. this i is liut for a mile, when Inwoul.IdI : spies of any number of TNK FteN The xnsons are "I1I'w..1' l of a series of pleasant :
of tbi anJ about the same distance, H c.,. I suddenly enter Lake HarrU that *, proudlspreads
tin 1'II'\fI.Jt\\T can I- obtain*.! by ...1.lr."iMa dav In contemplating; the climate In January I
b-we lake, from which the creek proper tinillunites. out its sparkling); waters into a itisgoil Ha I'm. tt'D a Northern: man k is apt to forget that: It is a winter I
> On<< the east of the< e lakes a bib, rolling; cent little tea Here we are ,almost tempted It) Ams/o Pet\\ U:. T.Ilhur..e, landscape In tact the winter rem-mblea UK-

pine-wewwla country extends t.,r several mile close this cene to drop the pen t<> lay aide th.. cents eacli. Indian MIIIIIIMT( ol the :,North over which the I

On the wr t are some fine farming h.mmllck pencil, lor now a picture i. presented that Do Ifople 1 of that clion go Into entactrs, laid un
Lade, and apparently the finest grass pv: >luri2 e I poem can describe, no pencil can imitate Aroun i CLIMATOLOGY OF FLORIDA fortunately: Indian summer there lasts but

fur cattle in the county The e lakes are Inn Uiis{ lake tbe tieauliful green bills and hammock. three or lour weeks' and frequently thr entire I
,' three to lour miles each in site and are IbuUlbl t : are dotted with lovely cottages; and fine orang, I li.*t ilftn Mr fVwir-OrwsrrrV .l....%il. / "r. yrar .is js.seil with scarcely indication of Indian

lt) be beyond dispute I tbe until riibinjj water i In groves, and in a short while every available I>m. "Iif!' *'o'UI,*, ttt the O/.ltiltf1 "/' tktr
the county lion on thU splendid bcet of water will be occv )1/tifl""J. 1/,2. If'.1. have endeavored' to how that the climate of '

1. The timer generally throughout the c''IDIY I pied Y alabs..ituatN on an elevated and healtli Florid is i uniform, ant this, together with I I
is both yellow and pitch pine of which there iin i is j point on the uthern shore has within very few (Having been soliclte by tbe I'mi.lmt of tin proper bent and moisture:, makes. It one! of tb. 'I

.q abundance for building and fencing. Tbe I years grown into a thriving and pnwjKro{ vii AcMviatton lo l.rC'IIIi't' an article on climatologj must II"ir.llk''! io the known world Briefly" I i;
,,t"j; hammock are timbered with hickory: Ibe ditto I (age, cttmmxnding an extensive trade from the relating to .Florida and more erptcialiyrams.'! wish i to refer to the healthful) influences of the I
.:', cot kinds of oak, and various swamp growth I surrounding country Arriving at Ix*< burg th' county, I have attended to the duty, an"III climate That it is situate ulubriasithan that ol

the lire ok frequently growing: to an enormmi tourist c"llld again have: choice of routes, tithe, prexent it in as brief inner a, Ill-ible I an. other State in tbn l ohms\ is enlablUhed by

..we and largely preponderating. The stiff day I to continue tiy rail to the Butt, and by way It'' well aware of my inability to do justice to thiwork the any statistics ol the army It shows that IIMIUH.

hammocks ford the finest pasturage fur .toc.. Cedar hers return to Jacksonville" or by *Umnthrotigb <'i It 1/1 a ubjecl which ha twin written from malaria are of a 'loam severe type 1 In the ,
fir mote nutrition lake 'irillin. and seeing the ronuntisHit .. upon by |pt'uunt who have burn under the mtluence I
.r cattle supplying; a grass .. Mi'lJIr! Ststrs the (prnportkm of deaths i k one lothirtykit
\\i II.anlIe common w ire-gra.is grow'ink; on the Iint" I on either hand] in pa .mgdown Ibis iniwH"' of the climate p.. iljy| d..rit.inj: "I..rtiun cases of remittent lever while here it

)linds, and orfer: to the capitalist, in connecttoi I tint and interesting sheet of water .\" wm .>t the yeiir ur confining themselves to what thev .is one In tf'i kiHtiirrd unit ruftttyrr aMsWhile

d with finuinc. an industry, which under pro|* i both tu x lakes, or near theta, are luc.t..IIIOOIe have rr.lirtd alter air. .lays' stay in for !Malilletfoble the average mortality of other |M>rtiont of

management: would not fail I.) prove remunen. oi the finest and moat extensive orange grove n tats i is ntetledThe .
I I Ute I nit.,il Stairs combinrd 1 I is ;it 0 per rf'nl.
live I alluJe{ to stock.farming, particularly uf i the county, and land are selling at "t'tmi&.ly!; term climate -wnitWthtt (irculiarcondi .acre it H but '! I... It his been lIolIf""t..1 MMra
and Mrlectk of choice cattle well is all this aer't: a lapt'.1 lain of tb<* atmoKphere in regird to heal aOtIm..lurt'
hon+re and sheep, a high fi ur tort so .n > "*< n for this remarkable heallhfulnesM that the
Oa IbM gn. bones will feed two-tbird" of ttw to the *'ulli\'atjm..1| fruits tbst. it is 'WM't't..an It ernbrstutrtnhaersturr, buiuKlity. I luxuriant vegetation which >....-s through the I

1 year and keep in fine C'nnJitian.'olt.. and sheep| prub.attktI l "1 even prrwnt lriCH" iii give wa.< |revsiliog winds, and ,clwrne s of the kM- tarku, .t rs of iknHnpimiilon| in M nthrr I

could be raised and ready for sale or mark to higher tands are prk-ed on ln th these lake. .Viral then, comerningTLVIfkltlTI !&talrs, in Florl.U tlm water Ixn..Hni* extractedlirforr

ilhout any other out thin attention at from solo tI'J1'lcr| acre This last i. not ube actlnnrtwtklt It rest'he' the putrifartive: stage, anal ma
1 tar
; called this ml under to : Already has attention been to laths to not grneratrd. I believe rather that malarU
the law whkiirrguUtrs
and CnioncKoster they could not I* bought as a genera ntula will enable us In certain
jeet. tpcUlly sheep husbandry the Mirfscecilthe I { is generated but we have. Iwwf'rl,1 agentswhkb
from >outb Carolina, has brought out thing; tor le..s thin *lasiI per acre, and fierhap the moan teniirratureof neutrali/ft and drtroy lie &poisonAmong .
about two hundred) Merinos, and has male then not o.ltcb.uld l be had at that price There i knot i. t"&rlb.lJut that we must collect ,Urllroin a c I tb'ae I might' enumrrate M Ilse! anti

the nucleus of a sheep rancbe near )Ir. >. ..thurry' much land for sale on tbe Ukes, vet aluto ('urate.rul.,11. \ He showed that the.ttiking latitude .wplif,. ciiiiditioa of the .uH. the etteiwive srMirnMimliog .
., ten miles northwest of Iknbl1rj I t all of Iboac'Ring tbr:' Ian,Is would .*41 I off a ditfrrrnce in reran tewierature| In the acme acting as a jmrifier the |loine forts -

!gives M :niticance and importance to bis enterprise I portion 'lor m..am> to aid in the bH'.er improveH ami tbe same elevation above)thr.racuiklnot ..* with their healthful aroma, and the mild In
) ,
theioitiirrMvof .1'a111t'.tI..ritifoo
to know that it is favorably. endorsed lijMr : ol the remainder, That, the ur.De-ntlwrt'' arise front thrice of twr warmer rlimata I

Curry. UM of the most sagacious amt t .uc <: will prove a MtvM 'sumter county: is. demonstratet but must lrinil on general caiiMit. I' 1'be effect ] .. .d all doubt ,t few Milling trtw I have 1.aMe to glmn front a practical) rrpot
** ful Stninciers of umter county, ami wb *) t N Fran it w.. learn A valuableM I
contemplates j ariner.hip with Colonel .....tt'r planted byHU. of the firt oettler in be county | 4 I"hltur for menun j
IB this buine.... On the tine "llt'n ..:a-tl".r are scattered m varbiaa l location and art now entire year indii-atnl hiring 71 thin.61 spring for the : severity of the weather, and In what degree !
that section these gentlemen intend incrr.mt: I (mart twenty to twenty-five years old OM ol) \ degree this cOW may tvmlt without serious effect Upon
their number to one thousand 1. the only etprnxm I th e see Irt"ft. .upHiMxl. to be. twenty lbr*.' ye ni4d .uuaurr'unt dtgree autumn, 71 W degreeswinter. I be talus semi,tropical fruit. Althvucb in
) attend them 1'In is on MM I Inter. place five rushes wel of rIsllI4,. r.and fur the entire year, learn
the hire ol a shepherd to -. that the u"ny insUm a serious. |rw ou. yet wtr
many auvantafet of stuck t -f&nu rsnnot I IM l esburg This tree 14 fifty-two incbv.* in cirrumfsrrence. ;<. y degree TUM .utistk show as r bat tooation his coosidrrsble bearing, soul that
few items will and bears ., "CI oranges at a singlrmaking rlimte H remarkably 1""I.It' iMnng' ; subject to
painted oat in this paper only a natural protection ought t'> tie secured So farts
Se BientMinetl to show its great importance <(< 'apUin chip "taM-I. .uIoJ an J.-IMU al t;..., ,prrr.thousand,, fewer I attuo.|4ierk ch.ng. ..anal the tsertlanirtrrrsngr. latitude is' rnni-ernd we have the lvntageif
nt Ibe
:1, John Perry who has large etperwacr IEbtfprsUing I : the yield of one single tree r4ilen much Utltmii m any tbr !" rtion I };" ,....te |Q fad: the country lying betweenI.UItr1e
I oltt'tl l te. TIM winter at ?nrlhnir,
of aUxtt th* M
tKMt might I tte male 'if other terra
lrn lr-
.J in this county, and who i* a. i tweuty-Bino degrees anal twenty live -
<>betvT, ami not apt to n.ake an ovefeUntat< same a. e and equally as large and tietriogmaay a.. Minn is. I? degree .uS.kr on au average than treys; untIL have. DO |,*rall I In Kurop In this
Fort Brooke ibis State but the summer at .
mrntionrd Mr it in ,
18! his calculations, "j s that one tbou"And lbt'f'p oranges a. the one just Mlwci we find our famous Orange county far
will saftkiently lertilue one acre nt (amt) il ,...... Jobn rod Mrs I Juno 11 Tillman and Mr Jobn ToropLias During eighteen< ye r, residence of a gentlettMn I
1' red on it for une night Cornel T C; LiaierIB I dttertanen k| which prod'lbs, orange lent
of stimtervUie{ all have trees that produce in FlorhU the greatest beat was niaety 4t"" deire I
Lake irirtin three. ,
Orange Ue tl. on y.ar. tbermuni. I oa, Imte anti various oilier fruits succ sfully
sim ru<<.baaed twenty head ot sd-rp, aad about fruit! .;.- riogHfty Fahrenheit IB the shade, and the I What a field we have, then ant what a itiarmclimate .
.MM year afterwards another p rrha.cof twenty of these large trees w ill star*! on one acre Her' at the lowest 'indicated twenty.lt. degreibuve ** itIC for the CsirtivaUon anal pru.iIsetk.a4aem4.tfupical

more wa* abided to bin stork Within this tin ii or haul and bave wlfillt'Dt room sad at tbe rate In usual STMOOS thus thenwNuelrr tharato frails a iuskK.ii., vi it.
bkh U out at all anitsual. seuety.iad.grrts anti folk to fc>rty .kgna.Its I
ke sUagbteml more than both l"rc1&-, >f bearing above nsjned w I
aa4 bat now a Hock of one hundred and sisjyTtMte one acre wr.tU prudoce l 'jiii).'.iii>raaf, *rc of the Northern: huts the. n.ftD averare ...

M64. are many locatioos in tUU cuuatysbrep it |>rs.Mrat prtc.. worth f .fee' tangs of the tbernKNHHer witbin. tM last. .\..,u.it.&'usriva--Tbe apace aUutteel t adravti..raerts :
d. l ei.
irons tttirtr wrri
b. bees ffrees
estab- This catculaltoo M based upon an_al fads as Iwo yon
"..... naches mliLt be pruflubly I k h.iraibd.
IMrtd m c*>n ectiua' with a general sbr k-larm they at prr tt>t u.... Wbat: will be Ute reuali ia. ,< > to. lf' dcgre sLave la Florida, fur many v .he THE .I..ofU.'u Iuws.iNasr
sad trait-ra>*ia;, sHot any uf which H properly the future will uVf,.mJ IB a frost d grssi rw uiet f bas !.*<.. ()sly such a* aN atrlrty fir+lelaas
.. culiivauua 01 fruit lair a-. just, I>.riag; tbe tint ..%.,.. of 173(be .\IAt'fW
coadtxrled. omld not fail to return Loge t a proper I .1111,1. .......... For tense appay t* :
rrM14. trio.. npt'C''I' br tg9, and MI suit ..... of .Lhttn.to/.et.t IB HosVm iatfeatd till dstrea .
{ 'uvrL.
&lucuU"al..LeftM ..f us.htrr "oUDty is tfaspaurtatrin ww.t" itl be the wita of Ibe biyfb.at "' ''''..| owe was only MnXr .*v .

trp tiy combined wide trait'growing 1.-.... 'lai- rovzer when bar a.wrtrswa Uwa 1/a1A1 .....1 hegra.s lu lion e.mactwm I ricer add ti*'l the ..-
... .att arrdbaap. i iUy .aU lure but erea p.r ...>.. .....,** uf heal IB FlocwU Ion MM have the
.UMMMMM, .aowevef.. a. 1M rts>rraIM t. spin d sweet < -1.-...Mf to FferUs iats>ijr .. wit bear
cos.t wbere tr...,**,.s tiusi i. al ".....t >.) C.MBM ..t., !.-rvag Already maay tiers rose ejfert \)1.| a the human *s4 ia *brMtiMM .
+a UM, catoivaUM nf fmiu fut.w t bcId&W in 1"7*> ao tie the ....- a8 *iuui. ...., bawsanN,I for...... sin Ui fcw--

nrf:xl but lluic atN. ..ti<* In oihf ........ I baadsyitur BMrfis <>f prjtft, sad aa IB****.* ofia.fe.t use ia tb. .lMuf4. ..Te, w btb w Ul be diniasmultaoWr .heed .IiI Hats Nbta a.\ hells bi.Ur cwt ia>ui iaaa

wWI a.r/cattafe M rwvivtaf a Joe .... of is rsyr y. "Pf"diac Ibe.mg..out tier ,, another .. 4 n.. aimotat. <4 bsml reo. ..ba halals .i Sleet la i rtA>%s>ac bar the
s tssikttosi, tW nhi..woa ol fruits parth.irilyi twllUltly ia this Bstrtin.uiirtir acb .f r.-.rat.. .e..snl from tbr .un.. 'P"NxrtbrtB any. sires...day....Mi. rum thee fiIIIII! wf Inlet .... 1M .... ,... ", .." iar
is in
wlvaatac* sad trl > art gent'' one
:i Uw. oftMfc, M su eits>*JvstJyU COIMMC. wttaTW .G4u.t". it JM
tKt Uw atw (.r ..- ,uia ssA .......,

iIM.I.I "-,nest UM limber of resides ** In haa etxise* h. ftat *.tiaiiy. w to smuMb .weary ere >i.(t.... attrtb <>f UM *|U...*.o. Tb. ...-

.......a act all UM ,.,...... .>1 the eitru, h.. a it ,.... BMMM BM.a..at aad'r.Itsh s.aapk)7. 'alas.ily of heal. would' tw greatest when,the vetatsl .... .... ....u... ts. .anal rat g"ant paJ.
..... $". Ti paM I' fMvas. .. where the ...d wined, &law.na .a ............... aebot.. beuIe ;
,. ..."h. m bkawsl iwliMiWid ctl.M OM" dMUarUy uarkMi Tt fof.bout .... be '1ss of heat for the natir r rays
MMfuly his cultivated in: UIM cuoaty, iaciodtaTjfeaocu tac mHidte <.t Just, is ....... sea .... r.t .- n DM.f. ubb our, wtmtd antes", than NICGf........ eu6c.. foe assess, o* ei.abtjr gu...... Tb laud

which grows u> roar .tu, aad nukotiroat IMS goud av.f s. co,.. tsar, aatf o.i.. crofw.a4 .* tW "Ujs would be bursa la Wet word. ..h to .W |4aj>... M waa vstrm.. which areas-

tfer* to Jive crot* rat the s.a*.o TW cut white (..*.. s4 .ws,. SJ. fIf *kat..t 4iJyrr <.. u... is More Last irswvssd s4 iMfuit. 3lwi.. r..a i. a few yeses to yiM" a rcveaM Urget
.. 4rs4 for ws.ks they iawrirrcitb lanai Ute auanaet thee at J.d..oarWe deans;
uvtttoa of Inult aUM the (triage and kk. ar svwawMve
tee I. the use fanUare Ute Uys ant I .twuili to delay an 8' I....". etpe.ses. .
nits U out eit a




f 12 __

I -- 3IuuU.WII..I".o f Jae+li.......... l.) Ibe
I 714 'fJ/r.X.t4/Ift.\1X"n I: Within& two yrar .past the grow in x of segetabh, injured Last winter was preceded December fcy two nry*1tl authorized ateM at dirt j4ce fur Use aV' eel hiternal .

.. ...,.... .. ... bter.ca I sat freits Aladttta. county bat .MmH"U" tt'e' mild winter*,and tbe coM tear In and swamp k..4* east *f
Iha....... ........ Pb W... the .ft. and disappointmeat' i tn improvement
...... : and tbe tile, this han been met! oVmbtk: << a nrprise that nl the
__ wt .... lash. te.talaiag tat..I. fold, yet year sine range fifteen, and those .lands in part
.... .. .. pw...lly 4*.irr4 WyMi hetuMM. .r4*"' .r ready Tctted at bigbtr priers tbau farmer) many settlers who had com Into the State I* entered eflher at Jad ?.iivWr (Mat
......... x1... ...k'" at r.ijrtle ...... rer ..aa. ( Nr truck already ranks hither IB the Nortfceimarktls u 1ST*. aDd who wppmed the .Florid weatto Slate may to TaHaks.! *
...... IBMf a p..t Merril .... ....teriy t* Ik* *..** .* Ml other iiveh. .. was never ttrfd enough to do damage lint it It the State lAnd
.*ttMi I _...." .$.... ef puMital. ..*... .m tban any well to admit, what evrry settler "fll| : Frcqoent application. are mad IM the -
jest a*
... toe ir+rtrid rtIdre l..Srsdrd fwt SwMSfStMfe ..... leg Norfolk coW spell !iooerof Lands and Immifralinn for map
lilt ---..aWil wkh. .._ e.Alec.ad |M>.t. dlr.. \., Hatrsnrai trrtah.l I* ..........t.MiMra WHAT NORTHERN LETTER-WRITERS which wcocc* na'.ly! have here is one of tlcontingeaeie showing to the
There i a township
I* .. taken Into coisWeration I to furnbb. "
nf be
..........rw.KMre.trd" .11I two ask, .INimwn In making calculation about rabte<< State surveyed by the I'nited Nate
of hush) wrh hrrire ._....a: tw.d tw.tae. .. from ho of th.trw. not contain more or J lets State Urnl. Sometime
.pvindent IHra ,i .bas tect us Tbere Is no danger
4s.,}. to pay .....". .......... ttirr: orange groves. : lands ,'" in small detached tracts of fortycoil
I he these
7" would
the We think it
artklea on Florida.puUkbed in Chicago r**. Let only of w" r. .
MrM.ditTering widely inpremL e aDd to""cl-j.o,. better for the orange If'ffIlf the weather shoal eighty acres, and a mp on M "Htfieientlylarge
.111 i i I't1T1>/.\ (> /M rTM /> : scale to show the different tracts wowhl IT
and we are asked to give the f.ct'! re peetitwhku << Le cold tnough to stop the growth during
Mar f**** ; ass. ...... Ie about feet Township plats (.i\
oa".ps".rt square.
rrM* Tbe twenty
t"r the statements are condktory greater part of the winter It l II now a queMinwhether
the ....1 ...* ta**** Tr *.** ..a-.re **. ittl to whic resulted I I In miles Kjuare will lie copied and fterni-bed l to
artkles are fair sample of the way the cokl of last ecemlr
... .. I .drtrtl.rateMiwbelt two
!< c4l. ram w* .tw **<> < i
i ho.eltd two "I .Met '"'t.. \dft't'tl...... ....' our Mate b treated by oc''r.toU ct.rrwpondeat .. greater; injury or Lt'ndi' to the State at larg 1 applicants at t-3 each. }:nQ if it were pea
bo ..... ht t. ........ The fret piece h written 1.y. person interrstt It hart many young grove, it I I. true. In sum ble to furnish maps of tbe State with the different J
in bringing settler ta &bh ow n immediate M't'tloD.aod places it destroyed tbe scale-insects wbkh bltd I daises of lands designated l. they "would>e of
t Sub c4t'on' S 1.25 a Year, Postage Pre-pj'-d.: is a highly-colored and poetical deeriptk. )o commenced to spread. Whether It bad tbal : no practkal benefit making location for set .,.
i ,,...'.t\ hoI'tlJl. TI <%*T. of Waldo and vkinity. and deals with the .pnsibilitirs effect! generally we arc not advbed. I tlen nt. You cannot tell whether any particular a t
I.......* residlrtr I. uy wrtlxa ., the twratry. to u" YorlAl 1 examination either personal or by an agent.
_t from the nfflr iif Twt KIAMOAthe I..........e rl, title, by Anti-Humbug, is written by a si ool..n.e.., were imported from New "
abase rt*. journey of five months in the Mate, who wi. of tbe good meat they consume i* sent Iroi I .._

A.. evidently dissatisfied, and U protoked at aayei :New York The inhabitants universally U-e. I Ia to ANOTHER COLONY COMING TO FLORIDA.
t Al/7u IettLETalhhsr. : apgeratkra calculated to traduce penoes to nmove .. large extent cannf'roods of every kin ,
." t.LoTq &here, and be Is not CAmpHmcniary{ t.. Milk meal, vegetable, Ac. in this shape ar The great intertsl manifested in Florid by
j Waldo or tbe Mate at largr. with bacon, all siiipped (n>m the =North. .\ nitt people living in Ihe forth and West continues
"'e are sorry to see any statement putlisheraoecting commentary this on this much-vauntel Iroliftccountry' I unabated In I some sections families are forminginto
f 1)0 f lorida mmigrantte any part| of the Staff whkb might dctive '- The cattle of this State are a poomiMrable I colonies preparatory to migrating to ibis
) a person disposed to settle with u', but i in lot of animals" What can wr say III State! during next fall and winter. .\ letter receiveu -
r ? rAN Florida as elsewhere, mcnhacts will ajirrti this In parts of our State where tomatoes.f i : at the NMU.HANT. office during the past
their wares whether they I* patent medicines. the finrt duality can be !crown from the first uf I month elates that a large colony i i5 now forming
OFFICIAL PAPER. dry giN ds, or lands. The simple .tt"mt'o&! and January to the last of December we have M't'U I in Indiana and will arrive in Florida about the

i xtal.hrd.adrr tlic: wpm btu l ..f estimate made by the writer of the first article. sbchr of canned tomattf'tlln the stores .\od I, middieofOctober neit. Itt-Ialrtalscve been
when divestetl of all tarnish are nut after al. so r-f other vegetables and Iruits. We sent U. allowed these .parties by the different railroad!
THE STATE BUREAU OF IMMIGRATION very far from the truth. lie nes many word con to Tennee during the war and BOW w e I lines .leading from Baltimore, (Cincinnati and
which might toe expunged without ilestroyin! ( buy it all front the North.: Our cattle<< are *. Indianapolis. It them CIKTMthere i i" plentyroom

I ,\JJI\7.H' 'I\\LE, HINT"* A"l> IlMUHCltl the *t'n!t'. wbi(h really mean nothing w hen rare- poor as tbooe they had in New England lorty; I and cheap land for all
.. fully read by a practical U aD. but are M inter. }ears ago and that is admitting; as mach a* we -.-
woven in tbe statements a* tt> excite the imagination ; could toe evpected to. Our resources and capi. i THE FREE-SCHOOL SYSTEM OF FLORIDA.
Tallaha.w. *., .\lurn..l. l "?.. I I and make the reader think that It mutt toe Lilt tie* are great and we will by degrets develo
fairy land to inspire such glowing" illustration. and take advantage of tbemand we want induitriou i In our l la t article upon this subject we merely

FREE TRANSPORTATION TO IMMIGRANTSColonel It II i M>mething like ornamental German text. *. thrilly.and eneretk men tocomv and aiJ alluded to several features in our free-school system
where the tlrwri-loc. almost bide tee Ittttrs-! us.whiletheyarebrnetllingILemtelscs. Itut w t' I which we did not then have time to stop to
F 15. I.u-Y, eneral Suj-erintendcnl pretty to look at and bard to understand: Thecond do not e&ptxl< every comer to tic satisfied Ta.tr I consider We propose now In speak more at
of the Jacksonville. rcnsacola and Mobile hail, writer howe t-r. does injustice! to th and judgment' will dirTer. I length upon. these together with other point
road, stale that actual wttlcrstt.minjc into nfJr- Mate in very plain language but be seems to U. -- which have since been suggested
i.U via t'b.llab.'Jt'e rivrr and the tlwrr-nanutl. honest in bi4 lonvictk-n. INFORMATION CONCERNING THE STATE STATE .. ;ilIiktE..i.
i railway will ruvite fur !"*?*. over the Utter Waldo which is the (point disputed almul i* i. LANDS IN FLORIDA. Tbe Ka: \\Ot and l West Florida Seminaries were
while rruellf'Cluna| may 1'\Jrt'ba..e ticket over the thriving little village on tbe railroad betwttiFtrnandina established\ under an act pawed in l ls*>0, and
r Hul *t ball ru*. This cti Colonel l'.inf will materially induce the n111M'S tie called; lieautifnl," for there is nothing >. Fumini IMMIORAXT' By inquiry 1 l fim I located at Gainesville the other at Tallahassee.It .
of |>'-nx nii ('umine bt'rrr from the North picturt-Mue in the natural M-ectry.nor bat art you concerning can: furni the" lerms rue all and information sale of Slate I lands rvquin, it' i was the original purpose in establishing these
I west, and will\) uttimMrly rntound' to Ibf'l.runt ntributed' anything there in the shape of are hi. Florida. A small party of young men with limited I institutions that they should serve a* normal
I of the rua,1. _._ lecture to attract attention. The same may I*' I means w ho are willing to work and w 1 bh to school for the preparation of teachers for the
I said of all the tow c. and villages in Florida situ. build homes for themselves, are desirous of lo common: school Hut finding little necessityfor
I FOR FLORIDA. eating in Slate. We wish lo buy as much
AGENT your
AN IMMIGRATION them in this the Hoard
aced on level pine land. Hut the country b Slate land as possible. C.OOCI furnish us the rapacity respective
J We are pit-ami to announce tn our ruder good for farming trull-growing, and gardening necessary information in regard lo the manner ; of Trustee, under whose management they
a ( settlement of in the purchase of State land,. I placed converted them into schools I II
that Judge C. II. l Ih' INtKT of tluiacbu at During the 1'111'nr a large number f. proceeding were high
nf Immigration have been made along the line of the railroad prk-e. the terms of payment where the land \h: I for the instruction of youth, and they have ever
last accepted the appointment situated, and aLto where tbe maps of said land)
Ageul for .Florida tendered him by the Bureau and from all we can learn the settlers an: may be obtained. An early reply through the I since been used for this purpose. Each county
: of Immigration and will lemve for the Vest by highly pleased with the country They com< column of the IMMHJIUXT will greatly oblige,. I i i. allowed send 1 IteneticUrie or pupils to the
tbe l*th ln't, for the f'UfJ1"1M'" of deliverins& fmb- generally in small colonies The mo! t prts6tabltbusincae : yours respectfully. r. N !I Nrminary located in the dUtrkt to which it belongs .
lie lecture, making arrancermnU wttb rallmadand along the railroad b the cultivation tf' I The Mate land are of four kinds in the same ratio a* it send representative .
stamsblpruwpsnki for reduced ratm for earn,. vegetables for the New lark market the I t. Tb I Cb..ll.ods. consisting of section sh| I to the ieneral Assembly, tbe county commissioners
FV>rida Immigrant, and attracting tie attention I transportation from Fernandina being lot.tlerth.a ; teen. in every township, and lands selected. in j electing or nominating such pupil
of tbe Western prople to the adranta"'s of our from any other point to Florida. Tin: lieu of deficient sixteenth section I In thu way it i I. claimed thai all part of the
I State Iteing an old ritlien of Florida, and tborougbly land about Waldu is i writ suited for the production i ':. The ...minar'.I.ntb.being four townships o!' I Mate are equally benefited by these school, but
I, ac'IUlinlf'wltb csrryerllou. bt'. nUe ol garden truck as well a* oranges, aid &, I land' granted' CongrrM for the support ot twrMmimtHe 1 the truth ir. the institutions under notice bate
all other, i I. iualiAcd| to do the Mate a sat fine picbt-. as can le (found any w here are raised I of learning. I never loan sufficiently endowed to attract other
I amount of po>..l. The llunau of Immigration Ihel'ntl.Humbug" is mistaken in the 1Uof 3. The internal improvement land being than a local patronage, and the conxuence: of ...
1 have acted "iM-ly i in Iht inflection. In .iMreeding vegetable, when he git U it a* ewbrrcingonlr"rotca : I .V iK, .' acre granted by Congress in I*>U fur i Ibis has been that they have only benefited those ,1'
: luurs i of tbe NVIUHINT will krepourreader lettuce, and peas The vegetabki the purple of internal improvement living in the town or immediate. vicinities in
I informed of the prAgrraanti .Mute* .>lPi mainly raised for c 1pt..rt are lutumU-r tomatoen 4 The waoip Und., *o called granted \\o- I which they are located. We think it would be
,, I JndRr It1T'flllf'.rl. in tbr 1l'rct, and melon, but all other can be ruerrar t'011."ft'M rl'mLt.r :2 I'tlj I well, therefore, to carry out the htt'"ure contemplated :
.. .- fully cultivated Four hundred and tbirty-flvt The school: b seminary and! internal improveCicnl i ia the joint resolution pa*ed at the last
irate of vegetable. wtigbi ':M,.;<;;! .pound. (land l have all bleu apprabetl.and are scab.je i session of the Le l latnrr, in which Congres* i U
I CASCADE IN JEFFERSON COUNTY. hate Lien shipped from Waldo during the ptee&t .. I 'ct to entry at their appraised ...lual 'n. nut ItM ; memorialized to allow the Slate lo incorporate

\ID'tO the various object of Intrmt. I..* I ......0. We would I* glad lu give uOicu! than "1.2.:i I.r acre the Seminary and Agricultural: College Fund
I found iu Florida may be mentioned a ta'cade inJctliTHm rsgureor reliable stattastau lie to tbe co.t olprofit. The gloater part of these land are held al into the ('uom''nOCbool Fund! This woahlslop
county about one mile south of theJacksoni : toltutit. ac it we bad the iaforaM- $1.35; per acre, but some of them are prknl HI .. the clamor on the Bart of the!' colored lean-
lc.1'rntauula and tobile HaUroad, at I HUll. We are ..ati-Srd that the greatest drawback I high a:* $7 |per acre pie fur a i 1"1'1"0" of the ioary.'und. which,
lUiley" Mill! It i i. a beautiful. (deer. and roukl to the truck' busiesttktre, M that BO) : The prK-e. of sw amp( lands b a* Miow s ForM under tbe present con-lition of thin;*, it is impo -
be lOa.lt''er,. valuable. TLe tmall but rapid' etDMUfb i orreuns are etsgagt-d :n it It. M trrni of watrr. flowing down a ravinv two "rap' Irtight and rapid traB j mile long and fifty or tUty fret 141.-". wouldfurnUb With regard to the issue r *( ifed for ..rb,ttrr I for anode: than H'! and nut escet-ding 'J'eoHeM. acri*, I The act incorporating Agricultural CoJlt e H Hut
r, with little eaporn.rsulhdr.trtwtrfur| '* tu tear and UtitOie j ro,Ubte tie la.> writ ptr acre fvr more than ''II'', and) ix t : this Mate was pas.rd in 1'0." and in May, '
almost any |urpr. Tbe raviae w e ""IJy1t tec do not dWrr materially, and >rt the iktMould I ateI.thag fun acre. 73; cent pt-r acre ; for Inure i 175, the lloard of Curl oratomb took step to select
{ the result of tolcanic force sad ta a htaoagi'. tkaturallydiaw different i<<>s clt.tuea trusts i thin. &4t acrt. ;1) tl viva prrient..ome rwrkMt and .tr ki&c fmturv Use tw u ertwk.. ow-.r" Ux (Itt't'tlU.r n.udv tot la c* e of eattk of land at leN than ill"l'I I tialHe. on Indian river. We believe tat! <,l
It"lritif'.11"od, bone. Leib. scat ,toor tprewMW la eacu.. U ""f'.1....... pM%*<.. awl tl I acre tie land ....! toe to a body and not in detacferU little so far ha been done in filling the institu-
are k.tWftoi l abundantly" at the& bottom 3Uoy trf will be toned they ague ia tbt*-that fo r-year- |(* lIMo stones are clear a* cl') ,tal, and cWuatrl colored. old 'aap' tkH Kt la grave w ill bear Btaderatehia : hard i are separated by land not belonging to I of a temporary college buiidin sod thepartial !
Hut lie (nut Angular product fatted tberei four >eAi and the probable fruitage tb re tIcr i Site Mile, they are coa dered as coQtiftu**** for reparalion of a farm for experkueet ia
a black; Mib...tance. gl%lag off w L n Leated the w Ul de{tft (of ale I tropical fruitculture.So .
.mell of pdrukanIt t* about the c**Mtrecyof It take<< a low time tu bare air I I lacy of these swamp laad are uWiraWc fur much complaint has been made is regard
1: i.*lV. a..i ran If fwd for ....rl.l.,. t# bUck. 1 +Ct bie |rw>>'c. aad. if aotkiacW: i* cultivated scttlemeai. sad more of them are sold than all I lo the location of the College, and so m f log ahoy. .. IB tie raeaotme.. it will ritUire| coa>y.rfcbk I tae other. d&Mot'e J put together. I satisfaction maniiakvd that the I gi .Uture at
J & espital to trgin with Itet 1M raising of a The terror for Mt Uad are AM*_ hood its last .e.*i>Mi f watt) an act creating a new
VEOETABLE-OROVINQ IX FLORIDA. grove d*..* Dot lot<<'fft'rt' with rultivatioo of anti seoiaary loot can be bald for with I nfeed Ikwrd of Corporator, authorizing Sheet 10 remove

Barn lt.wu.Ai.d. and twtntytsi.e crates vf "tb r crwpa,and the'artier can support kiat elf a. I State* urreocy or State scrip. Fur iaternal impfovemeot :, << it i*. Monte more conveniently arressifeirmBt
f n..Wn bate bna .bipf>nl fr.m .\r,*.>.J. ,,rlL and w itb as little labor la rVrid* a* ed.e- anal ." auq> iamb JWtb.i6r.. rrctiva I.|
Tberbiptnmu. alert wbil. the orao,r trees are IIIV.- .. I BHed :ute* currency ISkirOKMITX IS 'L\i-ttu61...
in AUtba ,county the | n'We' )ear
t added to tike ....w.. M.i forward *Aai.IluBsbtfcg> mUuken a* to the ti aadilct TW K-sn-1. sad MraMosry land are cwMr 4s>.l TBS. .. something witkottl wbkit au .i&-I. l
i during( lb. *<%wo. w HI rrwlt tbe large ttf*re olflfern uo a hundred, too The g..Ucwa "|... furMkke iac i of ......-)cr-.4d. vraa i
; tie taw abnvr ififormui.s .utr that tbevrjttaWe -nwluUy tras.f4aat trer of that air. bat is .. Mete. sad \-HC'Mfa1.. aasd Ik Jtoetu. ( fader the furmer akaimlratiue eaferl were
wkb beatba urn are M(aarl by ta.*a made to this
sad fruit-gtoatrs o< that .rtliw.tr J 311lerast uVec gristly ladebted. U.. the vita era aad.. m a ji. ,>f lau-Humbug"saw thrall* xfavaur gfute The ....ra4l l8l'fVH"I aad .w..1' laJn Dot strictly enforced. cad to B .aay "'"f tit
tbe1aal...... Gulf mad West I..... Tr...4t rUil i flit *se bleed by .**. icier a ni Th ate vessel ia t** Tru *M a oil the ..-.... I. -qn... the Ursula rekcl.d have eves ....
ruad for the .('ft"oIr ruck... ,f u.nr prudiet. ft\A.I.II ia. .t wiaitatf did a gnat dl of da&Ie uu > a..,..... Faad. i.'M'tiac, "f ta* Gwtr.or.Cua I n.rd U.n.Uy the Hoard of F4 rstfffi ...
VegeUbto-growiag in tbt c Mt. ,. be air byat i waay > ..c ffn" M FtorU. but .*. for a. we : tolk/. T'.......,. ,\tlufky.cN1l1tnl; l. ad ........ a csrc Ur af... tai. .MSBSWI tu ta* cMM4Mf > I ,
enoaUervd eaporrimell a&d. all aU.We ...... tab tsars 11y Use tuf w we itUM, aad. taw tftcart' -> Cusasi..sceet of Laat:. cad lasig.tThe,' >ma4 adeat* to the *< *...) ro ...ti*.. .... with
wiUiio i easy rvwcb of the railroad wt'.ltued : a....l > routiag out apia fto n Ik ittdwa Thin tk.+t. arc sgttwd b.. ... tae TnM rs desire to pt. full exprrkm mot the w tobr o t
for that puprrsr It teco; 4ti -Dl1y tit I"ff'\ will 1"1cor afsua very rap..r.6'' their t>eaiog The l oau&toMoeer t Uad and liami,ral*>B'I the eople have requested them to CUBMIII w m.
that the demand f JT tegtUbkv for the N..rtUcro :; b.. i,1.tu1.y iota triode a yea: a* <>ac ., .. *Ai(-.ma:> f. r aUe: fun4. aaO applkrar.s the promiaeat educator to btu respective dos
market will increa witL:, (Le ('t .'.icvot; We ,.SfC t: tar) e.as: ) are ,1 -. --re w3w rn 1.1u t' i. t.e nuJc co biot lr;ctj anti t.) suLoii the matter o the c *aetyIr



j I I'b: >Lrfbeards -- I :: I

for their aettoa Beside. not w ,bbing t.incur f .,', .fit, an l> tr >m w uat I .f \ M, aim FLORIDA AND HER ATTRACTIONi any Mate <>< the I n4wn." In Imo tutee .ulioft
ili", .s' .j for Vi..riUNow. of 'Ma < | of
that were agitating ibis -- t wnter sy' poiiiNl totwteew frmn C **M wpclnr
the they
charge Mr Editor: it VIMI think ,hi. worthy of, The kdksniesf extract H taken from a letteiwritten
ta.sad l (tad"den .loss
quality wa m
eb tae
ke of MateHoard
quetn for Ibe met .* a *. spare in year Fail lens. writ l l t<> u nty name ivaMreM. IB March Ia'f t t> a gentleman wb.s bain .
hat indicated 1 ) a preferew* for BO partuUr and in athttttai t.. ... e,. ce f fof Fk..,.. i* < .r
Mate only tune
M'tWt. If the morHy favwr hU'iDtr thebookaekctedd *',cttmle. I ..n rripf the doabihil to a clnudof .. as.r enlret,'. |hate m.M a gntwlh' tar wef tea
I .. .., t+stemanleaIhe w .*. a,Mre..eil Ioa Inns it
I the lute hoard made uniform Ntterlw" than ,. Ts al\ tats them .re.m. sad see .tevehrpslfsg' "'h. Meat.
by No 1. Kurt Wat e Atewur.OONORATULATORT lsrnr: 11M"tf"tttf'ftt4 t"M W the xrIe fwl .
v throughout the Mate. the Members wf the pre. 1............>1.. fait were BO dntitK written io all "intvtlty. but the
-TIIK': FIOHIHV NMI..H\M iur 4ii> vainMe
Hoard will be satbfied. aDd take ..wb.tpa a* .
rot .
lrawn .. te xTH. "n MigMjevwVmi.
pirtnre i m assay |
iflf..tn.alioe la aeh auattirrI rrnttrtatag"
' be deemed advbable to bve them a.loptetlTbia
. may LETTERS RECEIVED exerfHiw' that |"'rtion 4 It re*"'klIt tour ) : ..
httnestrad ItrntFine.
i I. a qwftion. however that tboukl be set- i mitt ;State !oub+ttdpli af
HKtfiwAreitt: climate Tbeettrscthowtarr' .
tied' by legislative enactment, and change not ]W4ow wv give a few .'.rK... frnm a "ret' M-rve 1fl slows how well |4e. ol 1 tW new .mast LRt a )rsr
I made in the teat h+'oks "f the .l.. ( r"iY'.1 a1 Urge pHie-tpi*!** wsw...l IB Ke>
jierruitted' tn number of cwtr* U fy Hef" k with his .Ar...i te 1Olalt'- t
\\-1 list month at t t biMdietl They aregmwn
State otieoer than once in t'nfllht' }ratsr Tnt FIOHM NMH.."NT rtwe froth. geetlei pet
i 1-VrM" i. Hniy| |" the I'aradioeol .\ID r""'s..atl I HI great aUtn. 'I.nc.e i in HMW eelion fAn
.f. r..u 1\soewatmo\ I' men both .in .wit oat of the >....... who. lake a at tbi M."+n ol the rear i I. truly niagnincentlret "
Leiters are received every thy by the dt'part- I deep. intefe in the. eatt... of .itnmiitratinM ant1% ed in a tits, lutufiant foliage with gardens :"fwtlh I'b'tMa
with I ln. iri, ia regard to nirmclorth the weet Iracraiuv of their r\fl. -- ar meat of education t the material |*rom|f FloHiU Tn wr and p
tbe cethKtiofi and management of Ihr p lNc all we ,give; awnrnRer it will alas| >'" lie oar aim s I .-r. add tft this the many grand anti ptctnreiujiM > cant eN> of si .ass.u'tine. a popwlar( rhn' d
4 river, the Mherv water* of her lake..itarkhng| rewrl for NiHilN'rn pho..r..M't"l.f'f'1I t5ng' liwinter <
schools el Fterhi*. It b impo iWe to writesn to M, o-wWrt iW NXI.IHVM!'! as to teeth lorntbe I fountain and II ni b. railing country, with its ..

answer to earb of three, and we, therefore. add apftmbaifon ol every seism of iM Mute, and.l fntit and l rt>>wer* growing In unl.nunll'tll.tuftl. M'a+ >(i

the foitowfog a, supplementary to the article j I at the fame time make it the vrMtrle of rlua(4cinformation I mum. making it truly for Land of Flower The .Th. s-carkl tbts has faire 1 s..i-t.ianaHy wen
climtte. all that be de iml l thing remark in the vxlretue Mtvttbern of the peninsula
contained in oat last in rrirreere to teacher'psltx I! I to those wb enahnnplate HIHHl t* can : | part
1M.ttHo first l Itf'rf' I ably milt! in the winter, and .penally attractive and the tUntingo b quite ('umn..'n on the ke) %
+us tout Kltoiattir tear .( its b.lmv
I. invalid* >n atfouot < < atm+phere
of <<< icter The l Pest time tberefcre. for ewe to i UAtalxttt.tE,11s.JNIra. 177 ;I In the, "Rlm.'t the Iherns' nxterwld.wsaveragr+ I .of the same *rtlHnA
.:.* FMIHIIM (MMhm\ Wr have jest rectirrd the _ha.le The century plant which& Lit tern m the po .
teacher's itk would be dar'tICIhe motr ihn ninny itetcrn In
fr a "' >n
apply pn l a "f nh able, 1 It \\t just l
espy ytxtr pl.rt Mill! Mkldte' Fktrnla i't ruh and M'1IIIk.n of Florida for lour
>f productive.and a family in fifty
month of July .\I1 ...t. aad September what the fate- nerds t amt wv whh. it every MM'I" I
I l M a mine Innn whit many a fortune bat b exhibition in New York Tbttowerslalk
now on <
Ilesirrtfnlly ....t.. 'I' v ae\t wI years :
bv In
J the ctHinty superintend The rb<<.nl. lerHlA' j -. ', adapted to fruit mining, and in Moor partiof b seventeen feet high
.\1'.. Fh ink t.i l-7;
I a.
Tamp, in IIIIkbi'rough bmcivin.
embraces from three to eight month M' i>r itw( ; I }:.', Fc..ttt't I 1""ItI't\ T I w i.ji; you ftIt'n"OII1ft I Nwtb Florida" much money ba been made Inoratpcesulturr county
l.il few ThbH lull share and
within the ymr its of urn-corners, everythinglook
to the nature of the fehwrt. the wealth ol the your rnkrprise and believe TIIK FIOKIIMwftl
undoubtrtlly the twit Mate in the I nion for .. >' ..usew residence, stores. and
'lvwonI\T brivnne the rfe4rlr through pru |
of the
financial conditk :
county, or I where land anti lalwr
I I'I cheap
wIrish.arh i.fc.rn.*....n will lit parted ,a. will immigrant. other buildin. are going rapidly.
: up( (
board Teacher salaries: range from $* l to .I With a productive .....1. all that l U needed! Mindu
tuning many *..Htltt i ieto ..r MateM .trv and altenlk -Tbe Marbnna ( fMtrwr, wf Jackson' county.says .
$100{ per monthA i! H..I't'(1t.It' """. III '''''. \C I'I
..- 'r ... Mr. Sam Krwin: step to the front with a

NATIONAL IMMIGRATION BUREAU.The I | *a tar i.. hut I Jul: '.*.I..77FJ Till.: .I"IHI" Iwwtomt\TNIlbrenttoany{ csbbagr: having twenty distinct head. Tbb i* ;
,! : ., FI HH.\ hi\C ..HiM Have'" rrieived I the just nineteen Utter: than any wv have heardcf '
address for of #I.3A. Thin
olle v,ear on nvript
Park Commissioner I'laladHpoU have Julv rMimtirr ul TIIK FI KIIM IMMKUIINT" Onlookiwi -r ntil within Iwo or three >ear it tau Urn I I1".lk..1
; over the paper I frrxl. it rare) thing |lessen vataable |lager will contain a fund of informstiatt
granted Colonel LEL ('IU\"\LI |Il'rmi..iHo toe that Mraw l>erries and ra.ol'lot'rrin could i
Lore l iw sour pt'f..ptfl.in stoop! IIItI wrllpleated in regard to Florida& that cannot l .1oI'iD..1IrC'loftt
tabli>h in Machinery Hall. Fairmounl Park, a with it I faii Milelv |< ..ni..e heel otherFLORIDA rsurt.... not I he profitably cultivated in the State, but the) I

National Immigration Uureau. io which will be : Iwcntv-five btif..t.Mi.,. nmi will 'prorwrf them any are now grown in large quantities with little till '
: -
:' exhibited the ,product. resource* ant peculiar!, nt tine Yowr MwerrU. ticully
( I. m11SMIN.\ ITEMS.
.l' tie of all the Hates and Territories( in the Union -Fine foals isolator have lava grown in

J. wbkh are Making immigration H will U' the I M MH M 10, FU July 1-. '":.. -FHMo"Mksa are-grown in WakitlUOMIW ) ( uunly Tampa the peat Ma..on The UI'llOIOiliuD that t

J aim of the bureau to keep <>n exhibition tar in- i.' :" FIJ>IIII.V 1\f"" H"Tm: glad to ray tam nnintr .hip[,e | :.HKM1la .. c.ranct' theoe potal"4-s tannol ln uice",.fully ullivalitlb I

b I"f't't'liOD the lair mal". ('barb. rate* of taxation |./lea",etl l with Ide I NVI. %\T. nml. ,.. nre all .t )rar ( hit l ring disproved in mark every portion set l
-A WM| have pr.-rtl l om M n 'n it.
other > an up
: and in fact nc'ntbiDIt the State and Territories Tampn Uiiuo io have .bll..1 l nrarly threemillion FloridaTbe.
I assure! ton wv will tin nil wr inn to txctraw
< 1, may ee fit to contribute. !toO that an.*' quetkmit the circulation uf rout i....j jr in this ", ('Ii..n. !it..-. orauxr l last sraison. iitrurporator and I"u..rllot'fII h' tbestock

; colonies c.r emigrant* may want to ask can rs/lv* rlieving. it will e'NII"! Iftwht tb- Matr -The qtiMk of building a 1.lh'n factory in of the Waldo and Lake. :Santa Fe Canal.' I

then and there be mow t'r..1! \"(...r> truly. H TI itNHtt il. ttainrvilt: !" bring agitated. held a meeting on the lulls ult for the purpose I

.If Tbe establishment of the National Immigration -The area pbntol: in corn in Orange county of taking "MCM| 1 looking to the early completion, I
I I.\ (!it"..l:, the
Iluread offers a splendid opportunity to The first tlsis i vear will treble that of any former year of this enterpriseJackson
; Kit: Fu>niiiMMU.H \>T. nUlnl'r '
citizens of this N.tlt'hieh we holy| will not be the H. ha county, in Wet Florida. i it onef
; of )our taluabU pa| .T ha I been t.v,,," and I \ new Mrainrr, iunby
overlooked livery: county in Florida should batten to congratulate v
endeavor to have specimen product. placed on |> rane The matter contained in it quite| a* -Tbe citizen u' Jackson county are contemplating Many of the planter are anxiout( to sell !and at

exhibition, which will do much towards attracting I ,gird a* the manner AcVi .bmit( the IMMIabnndnnt ( the orgam/atkm of an agricultural as+u>- exceedingly. low rates fur the j>urp..e of encouraging
tnl\T sous. I remain your truly
the attention of emigrant THE FLOKIDXIxMii.uxvr I ,immigration
II "".,:" A I IKMtk ciation.A .
will If kept on tile by the managersof I century plant b now in bloom on the -The castor Lean which b a perennial ID

the bureau J All1.U:, Fla July 1,1 1"77Ki plantation! o( Mr f Frank Line, in 4iaddencounty. ; Florida, b J..tlrletu! become an importantsource

.- Fi.oitu IMMKHIVNT 1 thank you for of revenue. It. b easily and cheaply cut
specimen' number of Tilt: }'JAtltIU.\ IY"'U
.'J FLORIDA AS A PLACE OF RESORT FOR w hich you have ,been wt good a* to aunt me. I -The Fourth of July wa celebrated in this tivated.find* ready ..Ir. and yield Urge return

,. ... INVALIDS am very much pleated with it in "both iu plan State this }ear by nearly all our larger town* Ills found growing wild in many places.TLr .
and purpowf II faju'l the thing needed in FlorIda and cities banks along the :M Johns river< art
J4 Th U'4oJ. of ) in health flock to at this time, and I wish fur )our enterprise' ornamented the
; (> people poor Fernandma (contain several fine blink* of Iwautifully by bright green
the mat abundant .un..... .lleaM flail +:1 enclosed
t Florida every inter for the purpose of derivingtbe leaves and fragrant flowers of the. magnolia
; for which end me the IMVK.KVMT for tore, which present quite a Iwsine** like appearance
lneflls set uur bf'ahb.hlat climate and one year and the balance in pecimcn number,. trees, attd the contra of the white flower suit t

avoiding the cold season* at the X..rtb.moDJ: which I desire to send out of the Mate -Fitly thousand dollars will be eiprnded in the grey weeping muss is peculiar and strikingA

tbb large cia* of invalids none M-TOI to derive Your* trutv. j i IM ...VM I repairing and improving the custom house at. lady in this Slate during the past season

grtaler enett than those nifferinR from that At ftl."rt>L.Fta.Julyt 9. I.,;; I I'enacola ba netted the snug sum of $:.112.5: on three

terrible dilot'aPe-tvn.un>ptM>n. A few month Ki: ) FUIKIHV NMH.UVXT I am pUad toacknowletlge I, -A Northern: gentleman b erecting: a very quarters of an acre of cucumbers. On tbe same

since, while travelling we Lad the pleasure of accptauc'eof the nr.t uumlier i Ant and costly iMiildmg in I'enantla for btuinc pin of land sugarcane has been planted, from I

making the acquaintance ot a gentleman: from Tilt prombe FUMIIUA of lieiug iMMh.KtNT.a moat valuable Whkh M'tU..IU acqubilkm give in I *. (HirpiMf. which the lady "'Ilon| tu reali/e $:=tWJ

; Indiana who bad tome to Florida on account the interest of substantial immigration! to our ; -('(Jlot'II.lI.r.In", of Jacksonville, has Fine pcache: are grown in nearly every sec I

of bb health. < >n his arrival here be was ads frrble Mate The information it give to pn pertivesettler grown very fine apple' of the Ited AMracLan varkty lion of the State In
at to be hardly able to get about tat we arer1s.l wens to lit' of the most truthful and iris i tbb Mason citing this M'aoM-n at ass cent a (peck, while in.unanaer.lsdissn

to bb health after a few month; rent. able character and tree from enatk,nalbiuWbbing and other counties in Middle
MV I you "U"t"M in your iindertaktus! I am -llill..U>riKijli county b rt'I.I..1| l tll !I. ev.teedingly ,
ticneein tbe Mate, became ;greatly Improved jour*, very re p(ctfully, I healthy this season, and many !x-ttter Florida they bring from OO:: to 7-::; cent a.

Mnce- 1m return to Indiana we bate received the I ....u".a. W. .\T'" ..,f'I > I are locating there bushel 1 onlyIt

following letter from the gentleman:<< ..nu.lt'to : -helled corn I b M> tlentiful> : In MadiMKi ..DoJJt'Cf..rND b rrltOrt..1| | by private.. letter that the HO I
above which we >ubli-h for the ln(fit of our 'I Lo\uni.ru4FlaJnly' I.I'7. Alabama the present scaMXi ba been u I
j counties ILk. t ibe worth crop
.:.. Faults I""lltft.'T In the t.tsblista. year a* < only
Northern readers Rent. i
taken the ,t mean to im' the imniigra- have been more fortunate The: liuet and largest
lritaiA1'OL/r. Ind. July 1".I"id ure rrax -.\ new steam yacht w ill ply U-tween. AttgiMtine
1:&.. FU>UIHA I"YlflK..5T For the benefit of lion la thin Mate. With tbe beartie w i hies bar and 3lantsaas, next fall for the lienefit cro|* of corn ever grown here have been
there who are suffering from disease, cf the respiratory jour trce.+, I am. p..ar. urpuortfully.( raised this year
and are contemplating a trip K. w HI !M kFONT of Northern risjiorsNo
organ ; I Mate in Amtrie LM i ontril l uted so exteH --.\ pracIkal tinner in Ohio writes the IMVII.u I
to Florida the comic; fall or winter. I would. >
like to tell through your paper what a lour I lb...,. 11... July 17. 177IWMK.KiNT -ivel> to the Ibt of rare and curksea l4antsa ". *>T that he wishes lu pars hoer: a small farm

month stay in your Mate did lor me Jly f when I kit IndianapotU( in Ftbnury .but ( feature and gratitude that we welcome the I .
one of our village. Can any of tint readers inform
(; Martanna
was ret} precariou* to My the le*.t I w M ant )iong-neetkd ixg-antlcipte. k. ng4emawledHate .. are prutprcting, about
firing from entire lost of voue ot tbrtv month |mr While other entrrpriM Lave tern I and (;ireenwond. Jackson. county for locations w* where there: s> a good jessing for a

tiuratMin. and bad barely tnougb ttrentrth t<> enjoying the bonor and credit I.a|. building up the. for Ibe settlement of immigrant busineM of tUb kitwl

Uwrt! a tat at Cincinnati I was ...> reduiol treat Mate we Lave, until now been lying l m -Captain. C. II King, an enterprising i t roc r -It b stated that a geutiriuan. atSL .\...".tteelat
'arum tbilto. night-weau. and heclk fever that pinny uaw oat back. and enjoying th intre M-
made barrels of hue andit
I could. scarcely walk, and my tough wa x> I sot tbe brain and energy of other men< like the I of Cu4u *twa county, bus I len elected president. )ear forty orange w
bard aD l incessant that I could! not nit day or bog rating the acorn and never l>M>kiag up to I of the agricultural aMxratkn thereMr b hb I url-- to continue the busine in fu

. night My( "rlot1LralK' wa M> death.like that see where it came from. Now we Lave taken a ( T. IS. S......... of Jefferson: ouaty. Las ture on a 'large scale This enterprise; b an Important
( '.[tIaiQ Mine matter of the strainer t harle. I tep. in the right direction: and by Ute tombtnedetlort bushels of Irbb one,fur it utilizes the sour orange, w LkL
gathered My-rvtu potatoesr
Morgan refu rd to give: me pa.*age on bt cralt. ol etoibie writer, such a* you have I
I in quantities
hitherto Las to waste large
tearing 1 would die on LI* hands before reaching J "Lowe to the world In your oral. number from ( m one and a half peeks of seed planted laid gone

New orcan! such wa my condition on leaving I all tbe cwuBlic of Florida we may anttcifHite: prwgA. -One of the finest fields of corn tu be seta in
home I went immediately! t<> Tampa. Ililhv I our tare of the hundred* of thousand of iiumi( large f.rc t.f men ts now engaged in this Mate tbb season b at }:lluil1t'. In Middle

borough county Fla Here, on the t7ih of February grants retreating drum tbe frozen land of the ck ring out the Cbipf4a. rivet opening a pa**. Florida, on the lam of Governor I Drew Thai
the thermometer iodkated eighty-five de- North and Karoolour Ant tuuubtr smack
greet' tbe atmo phere seemed laden ...ith" re* of sound arose from the beginning U the end. I t ti age for small steamers to )Marianna. Jackson om .b growing oa ordinary pane Land w bleb La

into or liwlnamic odor that at once seemed to and iI indelibly lJt'dat..b truth, and this it i county been fertilised by about forty busLels of c 4lun

wx-the and quiet *! luLgv Under the what the outside work wants to know The -1.1.e City in Columbia c*unty La shipped seed.. to tine acre, at an eipanrcof $?t. It.. e*.

+, latfuence of ibis delightful change, with the cool Ligb-rtown and eiaggraled drvcripUua of 'J.7! .. < train of vegeUWea during tbe pal seavuo. timatetl that the yield will exceed riltyloQahC'i.to .
nights, I was enabled to sleep undisturbed all tourists, the veooot ejected l.Iylbe eu :mka and
night long The chill and night-sweats left me I |..td talumnUu of Florida, Lave suited much TLe ...tk at >l weight of tbu large shipment U the acre

in three week time and in three month my to turning many who were anxious to embark 191 tons.Four. -.\ gentleman. from Kentucky ta BOW in Orange .

noire was .:mo.1 entirely recovered It wa with us toward this great :North..t and Tc&a hundred and thirty.nv* crates of vejje cwualy selecting: Lomestrad lot himself
strong enough. Mr I Jit.or. oo the I*tb ot JOM la your valuable NMX.KAXT we put Urge; bv been .
bi tables, ",biDet 51/X.J pound, alairloed and utters ua which to settle ia the tali Free
to converge: with you amid the noise of a train our treat that the** great drawback* may
of cars running twenty mik ao hour thwarted. and a lively interest proiJuced io user from WaVlo, (a AUcbua: county during the LooM ied* ia .nrll1UtWo of Florida await

I Lat had t *n umi>tioo for eight year. awl ia oiiH>araUe climate, and neb county m.,. pus-eatin settlement by the immigrant Mate lands ala
of taut pave tried Dearly ill!! the *.w..altedcare through the IMMM.IIAST present her eUion t, -Tbe great w ant of this Mate b acilMiea for a" be purih* d from Hoa Hluii A. CORLKV.of .

*, aad rtwet .n! my "bcot..locC' with no good the aUrnltoo and captul all imatigraot: serf I tr.af...>rUlMa. w Licit swat be sup4ied by rail lMrnmiHiooCM'f Lao4. and Imml&fati o. at
nwulu NI went to FJonda u tW Lot hMt. tag Lower. or IDnaLlDtel"iahIDe the "'I|ur
and while 1 may nut ay it La cured' me I can every stmtw*. I remain yc.wr.* re |*cf ully. I n4 and caaab, hulk of whkh ran be built. 'r.l1aaaa.tt'. at lie .kin price of |I and *1 3ft aa

My that I am toe buodrrd port tent teller than M m MAkK> ct*apr tLaa .te say (tiled 8UteTbe acre

1 w at in February Ut U'hat more r..uld d I e& .- I anxm&t U bacci used ia IL. unaaulactur toro.; cotton; oats, rye. wLt. Lay sugar!

a peel in four mo tw \\ e have JIM mm4 a'.ry a *saaw af hf of. cigar in FWrUa last year w a* iU>7SpHUBwS yrvft, arrow tat rM-e. aaett.poutoea, Irish potators '
I tnok no medtciae at all I only igftufed &.<>-
i.*. and want to tW cvwatry alt oah ttvm Mar in*) .....,. wMcii was ounpsUu. ffusa the 1 *. Total Buatticr of cigars manufactured, peas. ptanuU rbafas, giager, tea vn f e

Tampa, amoag the uiars ..s.lmestua.d and plats ..| Hoe l btted Maim *..,*., by Mr JUNOHotUL. I *4,11:1.-,, ctfarc.ts., !>7/jO i. TLe amount of taUes. nkj | acL... plums, grafts, pine

lived a* the native l1orHiaMin: I nit oslrLaafed \ OaisMnvilW.. .b<..iac Ute Uiininix W r"tOM: tat toliecteU oa UtM braacb of toduatryta apply. oranges, baoatus, 'lemons ciUbiu apri

( titmate.<< bat babiu aad' food a* welt pine scrub and wet land ta tail county Tl.e tbb State amounted tu |1IO>O.M. West crLI. berries tkrp obae, tar, lumber, cork, pecans
Lealtb-aetl.ei I
Ni should every will DOT. :ntl.is
kiln ear anything of tbe many 6 r good map allL/gh taW: -l' be serf krrar.le to theIot't'kf and Middle Florida IMMMMCV sot&e of the finest. walnuts and India rubber are some f tt*

u hUd ct I:. r. !s t* 1 re the I HUH,MA .T t* la that. cuuaty laity suitable f jf t'UifCutarc ta be fucaJ ia pruluctioes tj Middle and West t1wiJLf


I I :ri.i r :m1i t' .., ,@c-- S I

I I) t. n 'enhg with en M1teIe ItI. ihthMh'
FLORIDA GRAPES. !I with it *.. far I am al." prying two varirtlr!' fOl tlt.lrau | bnran be pit to many u- in o!ir mild il Laude partme sad land. l.t.. ., ,\c., The hi".

I jrrape, a purple ...a a w bile wbkbf have .... utter serving for ...w.. ned shelter for ...\ +T b.a ce"I crake a s4.... Stilt adT.lini.

r.w ii to I...., III. for **rae ywsr* at..\......... .. ...... twtl a hate Prdy at..4WJ have bees throe. M erwy reason it .o.W McaaTWK -

', I The ..* H4 JHaf to Mar f........,., /+/ fceta. Hy fttaftiac bad t.t the.totter tin M old I I .hratt to 1.'t tarttiore. ,.*..*. v. ,"".,.tt..".

>tvm ttarfcfe fhwaIJMIt Meri.Aa- root !.*r. Maaaai I gnt' several buacb**. Tlwgrape ...- /MMw.txT.-11'ehareteeeivet'Fuwn,,\ IMMP.artpttbM
tffctf AY .<% MHfatf -7% tile July eve sbrt of Twr. ii
dtGrrrltaer ( ia. ffreti aril i...i.',..'p"f.... lib* the i ABOUND TALLAHASSEE.No .brd at TalHbaMee. which for ,beauty of

I of i'rarf 4l rirrpar9r,Vrr. sl. '. ,th Malaga, the flesh of the sane eoaMivaswy. ... .fa I and mechanical euslleete cannot

F..r u.. mfarmsJtofi of the brie class of ....s. round IB fora Hunch**of this grape have theca t" e ..*n % wit this part of the Mate w itbwtbcfcac appearance be eufiletl: It I i. printed on yellow" .tfarted l_| er.
struck witb the beaoty( the landscape i.f stick popular' !late-teat. Hod.
I pie thnnnrbuttt the Norttwr* MM! W***r.i !dates and its articles att.
grown wcifaiog 'roes two aard a half to lam ; and the cpaWIHi' of the soil I afortaaaMlyHraatw ovahW* tbat every ne should ,. rt -

I who contemplate self.e c bt ibis. Me her tin | mired Met will be a valuable acqaMtioa a* a seldom visit it ia tbe summer whilethe scribe wltbal for* it and pt-eera-e a file for reliable relate

nur|* epf e&;{ag}*( in arape-c-1""lue to Middle I shipping grape to taw Northern markets" Our : rrofx are growine. and cannot see the tutu f'ft't'anono< tbe numerous ankle 1 are omr

Ftertda I will owr.f't that it will be tend: bunch stalks mtur (rasa the Utter part of I riance The ho' | itamy of the planter around upon tbe superi r climatic healthfulness, of Lawn
I there i* ttrorerbial, and the greatest interest complaints an interoing
best to select A sandy lnm with a pnroo" sub Joae to the middle of July aDd can 1 be .pat In felt that otters should visit them settle among county for pulmonary nature ot the Mil.Price .

nil, bat mfftcfently+ed with ely at to be re- the Northern market before peaches come hi them, and help to develop the overplus of land article of lands on Levy, and county production irf Aldi

entire ,T fertilirers The vine when roo.g I there, when they eommiRd a good price. I with which they are burdened .\ regular line county an elaborate and .t.tktical article upon

and in its full vigor, will bear several gw dno crpt" have realiwl from mine 1-1: cent per pound net of tteamers have now been organized on the, cambia: county a loog and comprehensivepaper

a clay nr ttiff clay toil I. bat w ill gradually deteriorate Even at :5 cent* per pound net there are but few ., tak Cbaltaboucbee: Mate can land river at Itt Cbattahoochee that. stranger coming and take t ) ..n and Jefferson valuable county about. another Orann county equally and iotercsting -

after the "flit two crop ami finally die product that will yield the same profit-) the I the train f rom there over the Jacksonville. Penas- for agriculture and the growthof
oat. This I attribute to too math moisture and cnta and Mobile Railroad to Jacksonville. We its adaptability llrevard county.
I attractive one upon
the compact condition of the toil My tint experiment acre.There are a large number of localities ia Middle would advie them not to ...through this country the fruits home an of tbe "Indian River Oranee," acid

was on a choto ate-c bored toil with a Florida with soil well adapted to the TIDel'QUnJ I hurriedly Mop a day at Chattahoochee,and nnny other short and descriptive: articles awl
.\ Tallahassee are lands that can visit Mount 1'1f'&uoL Another day or two can other information tbat cannot help tat be
me, near much
stiff clay subsoil that produced garden vegetvbin be agreeably spent about nincy, then there I I.* a to Its reader
and instructive
to perfection l soil would be known to our be bought cheap and I would with pleasure great deal to see around Tallahassee and a d,y highly_ I .interesting.4 r'yti J/"t.t,
planter a* an A No. 1 cotton mil. On tbi a give the benefit of my experience to any person or two more in the neighborhood of Madbou utt numberof
who would settle them with a view of establishing : At tbe latter place they can see !land tbat ha. THE Ftonlnl1MMt.Rts-r.-Tbetitst:
Tamil of Tine in a greater or leu decree flourished produced over thirty bushel of wheat and fifty this monthly is rt'ct"htanJ I k a credit in its

t. for several year At the present nine vineyards ftrape-growing and wine- bushel of corn to the acrt.t every piece matter and its manner to the Mate Ilurean of

j year Gout the time of planting a few stunted making are la tbeir infancy tbi Mate<<, and wesee I I they had better call on the editor of the local Immigration, to the Mate at large l and to the

Delaware are all that remain to mark theground DO reason why it should not become one of new spapers.and tell them the object of the visit publisher The NMHSRAXT I II an eight-psgr.
where there WM at one time a fl..uri.h- our most important interest In the shlrmf'ntof I \Ve venture to say tbat they will not be disappointed thirty tao column f'SIt'r-.me fine tinted size as and the in.II'superior "
at tbeir reception. We are all rowing in i >iU nt-printed on paper
t' hog vineyard. Tbe year alter planting these the fruit we can secure the earliest market .tbe same boat, and feel an equal| interest in bav style) Tbe number before us onl&in": articles a j

fint Tine 1 set out an acre ant a: half) on a and Lave the advantage ol California in quick log i our ciorioa! Mate, settled up with good and nn Levy and Alachut counties, in JlastFlorida
.\ number of KorvAi .r..t on t'alboun and I .Kscambia in Went 'j.;
and .Igritl.
lighter soil] and less compact subsoil) ; these Tine i cheap transportation.( person energttUmen. Middle Florida .
Leon and Jefferson, in
1 .Florida on
have done 1 better, and although a number hire settling in a neighborhood on small farms, and -.- and on Orange and Urcvard. in South Flor
died the greater part are till yielding good each planting sufficient grape to make it one of i THE FLORIDA IMMIGRANT.OF ida. These paper are well written and present

their of income could combine together feature of the counties decril>ed.
crop Having gained experience at to the soil, source I the physical
wioe-house and cellar where theirgrape their productions Vc Ac., In a straizhtforward.businesslike .
my third attempt made on a sandy loam meet ia having a
.\ description. of the natureof
with success, and bid fair to come up to my expectations. could to made up into uniform qualiti I first number of THE FWRhI.t IMMK.KINTi : the various way soils of Florida, explaining the
i on onr taV'! ?. It i 14 well gotten up. neatly
The old idea that a mil whose mechanical of wine, under the direction of the most experienced J'rinttaDJ well filled with valuable lofonnatioo. local name by which they are known i U of '

texture wa In a proper condition and of them or an expert could be employedto I .-if' ifyl rt"*t. value to the Northern reader An historical 1

that would yidtl a fair crop of corn WJM .uftl-) put up still! or sparkling wine at a small expense I \Vehavereadthctirst 0I1tI\berufTu& KU KII> \ sketch of the counties of Madison Jefferson,
I Leon W al.ullan.1 liadsden i iA well written,
ciently fertile for the culture of the Tine, and to each of tbe community. This business I lM\ii..\ST.ltUhli-bN.t Tallaha<
that any other than mineral fertilizer were Injurious is pleasant and fascinating, require mo"tly skill Fowi.r, in the interest of Florida irnini and but little hard manual labor, i* a g.asl paler| sod tbtMild be in th* hands ot ,I which rithsen showsii
to the rtivor of the grape, hx exploded. and jndrnent every one .",kID : iuformation about .Florida valuable: information derv
and would he suitable for those ot I ... he acquainted| with Th United Male Lands
I-ril.. ",ff.1" '
A commission from the United State visitingKurojwan I Department, edited byloltI' \ ."t%I'\I. F>m .
: vineyard asked the experienced director J Uca'r constitution, -,r those who eek our TIM tiro n nebr of( TIft:. l'I'HUUI".IUT.l I t-ontains an ankle un I"ublkI.'and.. and I..n
at Johnnesberg where the tJ."tt" ine i i. m..le.HOt. balmy and life giving climate to establish pnbltobMl under supervision: r>f the Mate flu I Laws," chi ti is on- of the nit, il nut the best.
their health Florida H not a ardn of KJen! tent: I Immigration, ha retched u* Ilk lust papers j on the manner of obtaining title' In United I
manuring hurt tbe nullity of the wioe'h I .ntl..ul..tic writer' would! make one believe such a puMiC4ti n ** has loop\ lxn leoa..a.l l. Mates lands that we hive son An excellent ,
a* some
The anwer was DO, to the contrary it improve and the iafurniif \\'iII".1. will tn of. va.t ,j article on "The IhiblkI.ind* of FJ) rids" also .
f. r here we have to work"- ; bat we make an I I the Mate,->*/wfrr i'..;,, .1.- doubt otthesucce ., '
it. Then he led the way I. his well-ordered II import ntf rj appears. There can be no reasonable:
I toward* it in getting a better return and ...
!;cow-stables and, pointing to the cnml"wt be-ap, apprtttcta I'atf't i *of THE .'I"IUU1IlI.iIt.ST.. '
fur a I I.M amount of work: thin in any other l1Mr\ftIot autnbrr THE FU>HH>I luutuR.sT I predict tbat Fl..>rida will be ;greatly 'benefited by
remarked There i the l beginning of Jobnnebcrger. *- I
Mate I am acquainted ,,'itia. and after sipping i a i ba beta received. It i iot replete! with valuable! the estaWwhment of this 1 .1of'r We thus early
After having selected the ground plowil draw formation retain to thee .soil climate,and products I c-oncratolate all concerned that ..114'" i I. the cue
of own wine we near
well with a two-horse plow followed' in the glass or so our pure of the utr. We cheerfully recommend -P14N-is iarirelttrri.t.

the huun-brin-at least in imagination. the IvMi"KtNT to all win desire to obtain reliable .
II an>e furrow by a sub oiler. and manure with -
.:.oitv s. i It\II.. inform>eh "U.nt f'luritJ"-I.r"'k
wet'! decomposed manure in quantity proportion -.- Ti_. "THE IMMIGRANTS WE NEED."

to tbe strength of he tICil. and ys>u will be
The first nomU-r TIn FM'RII>V IMMK.KISThas
HUT.In .
well repaid for the trouble and expense.iii HOW TO : Just been received. It will be issued monthly In a recent number of the /W4 Ittrws ajv-

the authoritie that I hare read recommend. many ca"e* new tettkrs ia Florida are putt I from Tallahassee, under the supervision of the pears the following article under the above caj"

el.se. pruning, and vigorous pinching back: in the .' great i ineontrnience far temporary shelter liureau of Immigration. This number presents tko, which we copy for the benefit of our Northern 'V'
a fine typographical and i4 i filled f1
spring. This may do well at the North and while waiting! for lumber with wbkh to build a with matter of information of our Mateuf interest readersIn

West but. from ray etperiencewill outdo here. comfortable house, especially if their future home to immigrants.-'*>ttHvri fa J< irn-t:. Columbia county we particularly need 4

In the moist and vigorous-growing climate line receivedthe class of immigrant who have brains and money
warm i* located a considerable distance from the THE Fu nu>i 1\I\lt"uST.- have
we must give the Tine more latitude, prune of r.it".ylr water communication Tbe description I first number of a new periodical bearing theabove and will invest and use both in enterprises that:

lee and pinch in but little If a Tine is inclinedto title It is, published in Tallahassee. under will facilitate our business channel and assist
: of a good palmetto but. we givebelow.can I the supervision of the Mite Bureau of Immigration. : our agricultural) and manufacturing industriesA

overbear thin out its fruit rather thin curtail l>e erected in a single day by an active I and is devoted to the best interests of FU. .rids banking institution i< greatly needed In Lake

its branches or deprive it <>f foliage The leave man. and will! be found roach superior in com I it is a pendtd. piper and should find a I City II has a gond back: country around it

are the lung of the plant tnd it. root are extended fort and durability to an ordinary canvas tent warm welcome at the hand ot t very true cit>/>'n, I that will 'insure success There are profitable
Ii ,l manulacturin industries that would spring into
All such home institutions hnol be accorded
6 and multiplied in proportion to their suitable for this has broadleaves
The palmetto purpose .possible sal existence had we the financial facilities in our
t encouragement supp-irt
I number and site. The beet-muturrd and most make a durable thatch i It found in great I J.1Ni..i Thai, lIa"Jd.I midst Another dais: U farmers w ho are familiar
found tene.ittt the with the cultivation of tbe oil. The mechanic
highly gripe are abundant 'in many sections of the Mite, and THI: FLOUIUA NMnauNr.-The first number A
who )know little ..r nothing of fanning
I thicket folUije, where the inn never thine on constitutes the large portion of tbe building! I of the above paper ba* been i..ktI.1 its name
i it apt to tail when be undertakes to dig his living ,
t i i them Training the Tint*on an arbor U the lint material necessary to be uoalln the construction. implies, its object will be disseminate informatiou out oi the ground and then quit the country

practice in this Mate, where the bunches will The nunnerof buifding i i. as follows First I: of a reliable character among those contemplating I in diu; The classes alluded to are most
settlement in this Male. As it i. pnblibed
I down overhead by the leave I ; likely to come from the We t. A I1nt-('...* )hotel -
hang protected decide how large you w ant your boue. I'rocuresix j I under tbe auspices of the :Mate Bureau of I J
and he free from sun-seald. The trelli. system or eight; forked poles about eieht or ten fttt l uniratioa. it. article can be regarded a.* entirely is needed Lake City Our people| have
nut the to invest in buildings-the fact i iwe i"I
will be more generally adopted a* being !less expensive I long, and net them upright firmly in the ground I trustworthy It i I. a t.anJ.'m..J.printt'oJ, have no men engagnl in ..U..iD...* or farmingbut ,
Hirnal.. and tull of iaterekting msttrr..kilt.arslfe ,
and for it. greater convenience pruning Next provide pine poles tort the piney woods I I 1heh'Js. on.! /"rt.., I whole capital I is ina-leijuate to meet the

t / and gathering the fruit Training to Make, I about you which are long enough to reach from I .. wants oi their own operations. While every
We have received the first number t TIn.I I .
dais ot good citizen are heartily welcomed i ,
which U the least expcmUn in a country wherew.sd fork t., fork of the upright pole These can be FuRU IMUU.RA.NT. which we find i-> Lie 4wwtJyprinteJ :' ,
among: tar. we do not need ttto-e firt mentioned.Our .
is abundant is the most common method I M-cured In position by tying securely witb a rope I eight-page\ paper: devtMrU exclusively I vegetable industry at this point i* destined

but with vigorous growing Tines il confine them made of twisted fibre of the palmetto t.r by I to the country and its rrwiurce !t prom- t.) be :a large and increa.in; bu..ine**. Nine
\ivs t<) give very lull inf>irmatit>ii in rt-, and u>
too much crowding the foliage and preventing I nailin;. Let tbe forked poles! be shortest on one : I thousand five hundred crate of vegetables hate
this Mate, and will meet a want felt bv
I many been from this the .
i the free circulation of air besides furnishing a shipped point prevent'oiOG.i
/ side of the bou>e in order to gire proper slopeto t wbo are detrou of facts concerning FUmda i Two thousand two hundred bales of island

I hiding 1 place for insect enemies. <*,lve the vine !I the roof Three or four stout poles should This piper published under the .urvi| <>ioa of i cotton, besides hide, wool beef cattle sea, turpen

I twelve feet distance the row and the rows ten then I* laid on toptom front to back I, for the : the Ilareau ol Immigration, i* calculated: t.' a.rotuplith tine. cotton seed. A.C.. were shipped last .......)0.

feet apart, feed the soil with weU-deomipoe>l support of lighter one, which should toe placed tutu U :....J for the Mate, and we wiali aggregating tn amount not I less than half. a million
the enterprise auctirss.satasd" Tri'mmTut i
manure, or, if you have to use it in its crude about right inches apart and firmly fastened very dollars, anti yet "'t!? have DO banking facrtiKery -
Fioun (vvn.rt?T.-We heartily welcome tw.
I state, apply It a* a top dressing in the .. .IDtrr..nJ The frame is new ready for the palmetto leave. I tbe appearance of ibis neat and valuable .... a

you will have mi cause to complain of Its I In procuring these they should be cut in such a I }journal published under the supervision. ot theMale

1,,, t1ttireiess.<< .\ young beginner's first erroris manner as to allow the long tt.nt* t<> remain I Ujieau of ImmL ration. It i il destined to : l issue of THE Futuint IMtltt.utT
I render Florida invaluable service. anti under the will contain descriptive ankle of counties in
I I in being too anxious to get fruit and a plentyof ; attached to tbe leaf, and should be wed in constructing
I e".ornt tnanagemcot of Mr .\1A\JO: FOWL. this State. Intending settlers will d..riye111..
it. and finds !It difficult to make up his mind the roof first. The builder will nowcommence publisher its suites U assured. It U publishedat
able information
i to remove a bunch or cut back a vine to give it I operations on tbe lowest side of the TalUktMH-e. and for the sum of fl.:. per annum concerning the resources of

I strength If"e tax a child with a heavy burden roof, carefully laying four or five leave of tbe you obtain ira|" rUnt and useful information Florida from the
concerning the soil climate prtidtK-tion. ...
,, beyond his years he will most probably piatrrltu: at a time ia such a manner as to allow I, and dftlrab icy of a home io }FtoridaAU r'try

I grow up stunted and misshaped. S; ) with the I the raids to project over the edge 01 the roof !tt..,,.., -C *l F. Ill'"py. General >.riDtofDdeD'; of

Tine lie considerate towards it In it. young I Weave the stems back and forth between the Tn ...bIUU1""lhR. ,,>r -Tbe 6r t number the Jacksonville, I'eoaAcwU and Mobile lUHruad.

year, and in its maturity will be a source of pole as though making a basket When one of Tin: r UIBIDI luMHiittXT. published at Tallahassee bas a fine almond tree in fall bearing ia Tara

pleasure look upon and well repay you for row U 6nihed begin the next coarse, allow) in; i! by Au>xu> Fun ix, ":*.1.. under the supervision .basxe. which wa raised from the MtCoioeel

your C&rt.pio., Ue is tempted to plant a num. the ends of the leave* ta>> overlap the last coon, bas come of to tbe baad.State aad Itarea more of than Immizratioa.fulfill the M. Martin of Chattahjefeee, it M

ber ot varieties, and exhaust the list of the i a&4.., \tQ uatil the whle roof is covered.' la prue.ises contained ia its prfcta It i* rrp'itwd, lately soil VV) gallons of
"rwrymu' catalogue hkh will go deep into order to keep the Wave !flat heavy pair tboul 1 prilst.s,1. oa heavy paper anti M a mod of typo- wise to a 1f\1 man in Jacksonville. tier

bit pocket aad cause In the end dUappotBtmrat I be told upon the roof T. e*KH the shies of the ""IIMa1Dt"W.. .\. to infonavjoo COBCWBmg saag sum of lj39r7..V>. The O0s n!i is one of
I the Male, three is swiftly ao red to it. and
If a grape come endorsed by reliable .' II bat the l Iwave canter ad .ia tb. Mate raaaaer every {...mo..frusa Rrrvard u> 1:ecaaibkuunty the largett zrij*.".. ... ia tbe MM., and BM.-

rattan, w ith qaahtw. sap-erior ia eariinew. hardi- : as vtfam tine ....". If J sirs and wiadow are *n-* to have a place ia iu. culoauk. If a cam'm f actor** very Jiae w lee.

ness and flavor to the well tried standard sort*. I near at had they can be nand by brim fat *- ari>BtiBt so well m,4 i* a. well followed up -It M reported that vMy BBC. sp im*.i U t4cD

it would be well to try a few tines at Jin to M* .Bd ta OMtcbt in!** la the frame of the bui! I. the 1oe.be:-frl' rend w-f a guts! ian't rtihha t''anerwill I .wara and White ll .at lM. or raisin grape.
fully Mipptieii; rMTHK < ..
bow they suit his. duality as a rape tlMt will iIt( I have aU-Jy ripened at lieavral, Nate'.we

do well le DIM locality will not alwas ...oce..d ia By carefully ob. u.i I.. tW fofaiaf dincu-to* Fiou Nwi>,Mi\r -TLe I ta .
.tf Uu "t 1I1 tbly. poblMlMd by MTjVuikVu i Oraaftf euataty Tb ....... l*ak Ilaw
MOth I.hue tri *! some eg..'J.OtJd vsrW i .. itamipal and.,.,.....B sass provide t..*....l v*.. Foal ... i0 ibis. city. WM issued it! "...]. It u I ian burgh" gtaf a k-4'.Uoo-e. viri4y eTerrwim*

and etU& of that awobcf got over a ,.....* h%,e .with a sbtls that wit be impervi.MM to tubravirst eicbt-t ft*
",we satisfaction.. t"uaeurdMartha, I ve: Mewl ralm anti ttftctualiy k.v. lu r.rf-priatni ... town tote

ifas 1 Delaware. n....... rreveitog. n.J ll rWwwot the boUMt .... l a* thing which the ocruPAAU .UasrU J..J 1. very ami 10 aptaraare Tbe \
aaatbw iaUia; joust l articles I. AUcfaoa sad ; ery 1M p+qi., pwr-sb'ald. .... iwae of
may be retted M la thw country of theiMtdb of te bats will need guard af 4at rare L *y. t raaibia ....Calhaua. Lour MIl thus --.w.c faetnsehea. aes ". ka Iuamea.

grape and the di* .ai Tarietie of tWI Wbea Ne ...."of... pkano beoaneptflectly .... aad t.,..,* and Bfvard couatm. .J"'I ... AaoiWr I"
vamty.' wrier. W
.* / hu4.Aftii or S kpferBo g 1 am fruit- I Jay they ignite '4 srkly Iran sparks IB* the Eut..t., )1..... and >atb wry pepnttrttstF1wFsdiu
of the Mate Tbr. .M also it tae MBall .sm ar He TW
i ol the Cone Whit wakes i. a bii. ncAl 1 a.tctu olkolk. .
tag the Lady a M\liwg r4. W I aad burn rapidly ; aC'C.s&ry
tk nnrara tit Maio. Jeder.ua Levy, Wa- lard yew aad jMMrafc varieties. alien fafiy
w bkfc it U said to be.. error ia e tW > ripe are d iiciiMM. aad an a. d for BreerviaI
&ad It W. a whit grspe. aad I .. pleased 1 Uaee loom the hut -m the leeward satin these 1tt


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'1.. .: tina, j r, tr ,t !vn>t-i' nrr a Irtfrr : .1 \ they" "; t'' C. It tI.11ta 1r1, Tot Itlr15.p14t1D .
ii States Lands Department. i I". ;r:: i j putl". -.. ani! I i : > :

.l.I I I. *>.'. -
I BH tie tetter ntita. hew>.te.d Anal ",,. owkMi )- ...
Nast "It 1t.a't' ... Jl'u.
tl1f1; ..'' h\ J. .ii::\ t' \ Intl I t1! not ..adr at tie l.*.-mtitr. yelp b* BMidto

ljr keftrre tk. ju4... of r'...... f'f the eimiit OFFICIAL ( "'*... A H 111 "''D. 14mNlls.'i'

I islets. .f:o-t..*. OArvr .
AM article relating to N.Mwrprepared !' Ilrlnlr4tearts.eatetallr I alaji'Mr fltt .. .

lor tbi i-ue of the 1.tI. I UNCLAIMED, PATENTS.Tkete I -......cat-.tat.. .... ah.. re 1...I"tbM i+nrt.w LI' wt, nr;. halo st .atnf .r4

..".,r T, ia ow taR to *bet nf ..rtnaaittvrf. r ie our Ntl..... .. ..... sod ,. a.a nol' ,." tar ae.n11.1 t U... ".'
t tai ., ttae.lMat tAtalttI. na" tae". .
f It opt appear in our artt wane are la tke laaJ+dir at u.......". t... WI 'n F.t
i .... wlq be Maur pha aat all "oafaellls ka4
-.. about tfcrre Mid fret of uacl iaetlwittia ked pwNlt.. .. fit MIaI.i.. ladle, ,.... alptplw4 a ra- MIN :

delivery H v far the prwMef part .t i ...... .'Ssadw. All ....... fII........ plats "sly as.
tkee are M ra-fe rnnt. w.ed l hote Isle ...t. LT: ] J .. I II

lifer Huh- tangle' nrrr tbe removal of the The bthiare are Iwoitlr U
land-ottle* (mm (H-etilre .... nw pim! tvmiit. signed by I'mklrat' (MRt. the tftex of "ktr M. 1--.1 i sf0 t '' ; I I
A" I lir\LKR IN Into. *'rTiI.
for wbieb. IMo public' lIMY He grateful ; it bbr ... ""f"C H'fI" iuiwtMhth .. ... : I

mfbt the attention of tire secretary of the !.. I The t* How ia$ IM i. of koaket 4 .pt le l*talc. f .11.. ... ah.stn* xNTItn. EYa.

terti to the miserable condition of tINt pnMkrewr bed. will \.t't'M....ed (la ,wrt.itmf lwlml e.4the ':" ... ', t-I .,. I .n...-tar .. \f..M... !s.wa.we.
.. ....... t.t n4i
t. ran ritr 1'.Iot nut I krt C. > bawatl
.f the ort,ce. awl the cow-equeat w.Ne IM"K.INT tilt wmplptvd. h' be >MfHtnitk I .. eto+ ..,. 1 nt1V1 .;. ..t- .jI.V '.11 ... law p.... 'I'won", e

"I time tn the dfepatcii ......IKH' ,\'aau-f l.t ktratad. a IW f.t' al r*..r.i. nwivctl' bere- 1t',' 't m.u*' : : II'1.; .. It. r. .i.... trel tii*, .a4 .........y.

the landortke will. l toe removed to tbat line old ...... J.;, t .lo HO> % M.I.I', 1'Cr51/ul.1: 1.11 ......
In apptjiiK far & ..**ai the matt rrewler .o : J BILK tic. ri.i MltICVTItV! It'II.I.\I'
KMMfcHi known as -Oak 1 hull 1 a piece familiar i patty ?: .... :
his Sari tC't'f't ter'i rt" ri0 .... if tfce I 1 SIiM
to all who hue ever baited n4i: r9t'Uh1.. ills '. .....) : TIME' MUt

tboacb wooden hvibJin i sale lI.n( a ct M to be Mat' by ..... .I ic tat poMftte + ",,111 to tlti .." ... .
? mmparntttery "1.1 .lit r timtiat Mtt i.. 1 !I.. t ." Tram-
sate from ritnated la beautifulrme required' ; ....' : ..' a- '..!".s. |_vt' J-Mkw.th..t atM H...i
fire. Miw a : : :
C. 4 .\ P M IAlk' In a' : In I'f Ijircii.tt.. <
of oak. and <|itite apart fmoi other hrwes. .,..... WIII'- + Mtwrtu JanwA .\ .. itti .- : ......a* 'Ii Ti. r. M I t i.-t.a\ fat T.14br.r at 1,1 M I
'.i a. HuluM .../.... Hartaaiaiii WAfi h .. at Tltflw- at "**' \ M Alt. *** f New entiMer. drrkt. and arcs hate No pt'>- .e. ..... I. Htm. "" faAdaas '.ill : Mlh at tl'pt A. M .Irene f.ai Man.A at *l I* \t AKiA'i.\ j
t....... .... It c',.
JrtfY rtt N. Tallah..urr al 1 ii I' M. IJtr asst i \ M :
vfcfai. id when the j"r ..+l of arranging bad .. _. ... T !....... V.ry C' I 11 .. ; > : 1 tit ti '. .' \ M I..ft.\ M afntrIr '
rertlh?: \Mil hare lOf'tft completed publicno ,. buss \..-. Js ./ ItA1nr.. -.... L. I I 1 ii wfrq! : ...' a? I" % Mnt I
.wkh-. s i|.+ P' Masers Jate t: r 1.04 ,.. \. .,. t ballilHttit her .lh ...-. fttf 1.. I
will be tery ;erNtl t'I'lf'di"" t Aktn*. .......... {",' .". M mo' : .i- Koran.la. "IH] .\i...la< ..k... Al Li4Hk .ttk .M .
.\""'. hmn ..,.aaw.j. t: .4t. and iMIf Kat,,.... tat ..a..n..... anal |n4nl. Nttrt't
4 .-. .- A _. A L' t..|.. UA i.taa .. wW va. .N I : ......ln .llk ."....> stilt add pal LthaTrase':
.Af..... IH.M Hark**. i'bsth't' T ii' 'a ...._1 a'r Prna.n4uss. tialaretftle. and C'. I
HOMESTEAD FINAL PROOF. AiNjrnwti.h.i_-. ItWM*. ..eaq "to '.i/ :'! .\t Jar k.wrtne .Ub .tranlfn ... the tt J..h"
AMirn.i>. .. t r straw ........ I I' ... I fitf "'.'ba, T...**. awl \01 .\acii.*l.ifr
Mote. ,......... 1.....e. Ib.I lIga,4 H I'An
We bur received. large; Dumber of letter* ........ Win li lAntiit <...... Nto ....... tailf..... of a-.c M : (M ,. .1 U o.. 4 !' .L" U Kti
frhlllll'lrtit'll' a..king to IT fnrni lied withthe text I hapili. |*U, KailCaMnrtMT.. ...... t'ft. :..) +Irptr c. t 1I'1t IIt'L\f:+
...... 1'1"t.. 1..- .-nil lOt I. K i a i:
of the recent law relative to final proof in borne- '\akeor. .I. IVraiMitii. 1'Iklklstl.tvrhthskl J.lrn .

*t.aI entrie \Ve put leh it l,"-'w. with the Irsket. N p... J C.I-ark.....*.,..*......,.......,.T\... That aMt111.M t.w.&L.......tt t I. % > IK' ..1'." 1.11 .." r i 1111

t *nbtai>re oC the ruling of the ('C'lntmi.' .."' ff .......... .\..... tls+... to..... Fella| otM Ml i ie tltl.atxtu.a' +tinTIME
vMas r'
....,,.1. .se'. r' .Lr.el..1ksa.4rtIIarb.r..tltk.
refothe thereto : A. talaetR. ....... L..IItB. ...!rostaltud i1arnana.4 \ TAHLk: I

..,. 1tt'tM'J < .rt>iin It T sap in ... ........... JUI'I. I.*. r. Tins
AX AlT to amend section t"t'o".tbundr..1 "a e.r tra.r to
''''''''. 11 dlt.al f 1 ap... I..n. T I
..... .... ... ... .... s'lit via 4s11, ,.'awpt'04., a. t.ih'.. I.an.
and biot'I"04'I1t' of the Uevfcted. Statute: of the flam. ... 1 .. .. H.a4atpi. W e:. .
I t.ir itefassa atS' A M 1I.wt' Ned u ,
ailed Mate, in rt:la lion to proof required' in .tens.a. J.Mn "ri.J.heW t1 .... Jt.baHares A New 'I. t'*...*. al ; tit A \f. IMHHM at T 3 Ift.\ M t
C...... AtsrapIkohry. i .... ........ .
.Dlf"1'leaJ entne. tabin. at r JR \ M 'b\.lllt al lit A \f. \ I
JMN** I.........,... LIhrk
.\ \f. Matkt al 11 'I'f l>*..lv at It i: A :M
/i il..nn'VH"'. H.1 !1...,,,, ';I Ii,.n :Huhrrt t CtMto.. Of** Tbe nnder.. t .> ml It:* ,' N. <..!.. -tllh al I ? I' N. Attrd.a..!.
Jamr. 1 I' ldlw.. :o- ij;.
vnh.rtna of. U>t I '*ittll .'f4fra.J \mfrtftl" IH 1 'm, Itddrar, Kh C........,sMlsnntall ..;, I" '* altrctW'.i ; I'f. ItMlutt. ,*l t IM Arrhrf al M I' M
... *
"' ,I'Y.' rwMe f. That the proof of residence.ru CI<" Hr...*, .I... H t......... )t I It..... pmtfti I. | al...%al Ml 9 I'f Al r. arritr U ttltt al I .Cnk...r K.:al t..l'.1'I l I M\f. .Iliw........

): |.at ron.or(cultivation the affidavit of n'} -.alit'nI" Ihithsl11.11ipis... H. saK ttatld named. artklc | ; : lae t .4st .... .. .. ...i .\ \f. Itmwural at : *
.--.. "..,..+ L.Itrt.nIgkrh. I
:at ion, anti the oath of allegiance: required to !I... tlon. retainiaff .
U .
r f ... ... ttf A.
.* .... .'
little v\t, n r r al I.I \ \f. IV at h' : Af. Arr il< >
made by M'Ction twenty-two hUDln..l.o,1 nintty I ....... J < t.... w UlOtMinl. .
.\ \f. IMiMr.tlllr 1 II *i A \f. M aWt. M It al V I
the L'ecincd'tstuteaaf the I'niled Kilr. K l..... adrthlllnO. *,f scan II, tab method .
of Matt- *
one 'I *ul4r al I V M Mari: ac t II I M last A'
ItratM- (...... \\ air _Itllt' '
may I*! made>fore: the judge, or. in b," abM-n e, t....... I IttnillI"nlln. M AIhik.s..lain olwll \I. Vst'Us. at 1'*t I'f I......In al I l. I' M
I lbretj'rn.r,4, ... a'f: laJUhaa al i W ,' \f. Hart Hmwl ,,t
: ; df'r'of of record
: ;. t, efote the any mutt of| the J..hn )1 C IJIIkntta..I ran iHjimli.r I M arr.. .tt rnantllita at : TV I* MII
*. fiHinty and Mate. or district and Territory in eon< li C a, tKtasdrrIk.tnsnJeha Metbud. |.. K \\MM-L.. rntrl

; which the land are ilnated, and if a,ti.l !Und Tla.aa A t tV.,ot..,,...-. w H.Ikrsden. and eertain h ;:
ate situated in any nnorani/eil rnunt such Hr..W.-. A C"Wte WtpMn, ing ev|v.. ; fl. MII' Ir11 I.I ... 1t"LItU'>.
proof may 'e made in a similar manut'r' in awadjacent 1If'.....k. .I.iw H .T$.WMF. ,.Jr.h .'ven corn. {... j
in s.i,! Mate and 1 ftno.t....... li It H c..T... MHrwiU. ._ n. tire. artk'k fr
county i r Territory rwitU ( ....... hhsra.d )nufjturrr., BaresL hi 1 tprrtrlarl ..mitt f
the I.r..f, affldant and oath when tat made: and llrtU. Kmlmrk CHMMH.ICHxit ..harps A Artrts Ian 4.' ir Itt.Un.
.irtklr. i )!>
>r "
dnly sub-
eflfct a* if nude before the rejfUtrr or receiver ... market dtsotace. It : anti after !'t.>.J_,. the Mfc. Ia.I'...n....r Tratna..
; .. .. .......
sU1 ra .u, a.
of the 1''ll'r| land-district and the name ball HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY.A Kanillv!, rvcijH- \
lie transmitted br such jud:e. or the clerk of his \dd".. : : NU.IIT \nil.-H. ,

court: to the register and the receiver with tbe late i .*ue ol, the ...."n4i,i'Tritmr c-ontains !>..*_aII at I TI I* \f.
: fee and allowed law to him and the at JrMUi 7.IB I' MJ.
j charges by the follow[ fact about HilUbcrougb county, SI .............. al .ti A. ".
resister and nreirer sliall'lie entitled to the same dn.'I'o ...
i al %Hwnjral It A )f.
try fees for examining approving aid testimony in this State: This county otters many inducements iUu* ( al Uvv .>*k at 1">.A. M

). ,I a. are now allowed by law for taking the same to immigrants, and i Is now bt'raclin:; con. .. J.kitih.> a( .. 'IrtiwA.
al TaHaluMin. .. t 9lM
i Mu :2 That if any witness making such proof tiderable attention I a la. r. M

or tbe aid applicant making such attldavit or II JarkumtWcatLltriNk ... tin f. Mn
f Our iliiriitr i. healthful and our soil i! i is nutti I .M *; / :
... oath wean lalHly a< to any material matter al *i f. Mfsil
ciently productive to render its cultivation remunerathe Albany al M
contained in said proof affldaiits. or oaths, tbeaid It ill the cultivation of the soil on J : ............. at mM

false! swearing being willful and corrupt be which mu-t ih-j-end tbe subsistence: of the immigrant J *.|> at s#. A M I
hall be ileemc! guilty of perjury anti shall I IK II .. -at S.>...... .1 ". V
and bit family con!eiiiently| the immigrant f
H\ble to the same pains and penaltir as if be should bring with him !sufficient to rhd' .4 <.r. hrtun-ai Ita...*ah anti Atha,
bad sworn fat-dy I before the reijittrApproveil money ........ "-tm ><.,aaaah. for Tatlaba-twr |lr.fi*.lrk
>orl him* 1t'.ntl family for at feast one tIn -.r .
March 3 14T 7..it ;!. supi ) .,... ,.... |M. train
l llernando county there are plenty of open ....n karl.t M......t al t:. A M .da4y ttrr$
This act provides! a method of making the lands which could be rented but this t.. not theca I ka?.. fC" """ .'I..C.' Jmr tilih |M. Irala !.* Pluli4s
\...: ____ ..-nrrr. tern >1iirtd by lhl" train rimnrrl at Jr.sp
final proof in hometol4'a.1 l entries" dispensing with .e in lhi anti the other adjoining countie, I imiai arH>i.f .In "..,.. al '. U 1' 4. ......, va>>lc
only to a very limited extent indeed The new.comer r1n1 .... r .,.
the necessity that the party shall attend at the must, therefore' come with the escta-| : I ( ha8ItA'" car tarn MKi_rT and IJ.. li.k
district land otlice. .f'IiaC ran ran Ibru..tf4i l.. awl trace ,........h and
lion of in the woodi. whwh will
eltling a place << .
::/ .k ...4 MttMgtitnrrjr and 1Jit n.\ .s1 aU Irate
2 i Tbe party dllsiriD: ; to avail binivlf thereof require| the erection of the nece>ary dwelling I N \ al ""..*, nub. |i...*M.rt trams birth ..,. t...
... ItaHnvd aixl rmm "....... KafattU.
and other buildings. and the clearing! and fencing lrni to
mast appear with his witne>.e before the judge ..-n. :%_ .......... A.
of land In this climate it H not ,.... lUtel .
necessary isag. .
of a court of record of the : and .tell-, ...,.. lialahhlp ,." A IKila.tHrata eirry
r. Bounty state / that ""f'lIinK.Lnulot.! uould I lie tight; to keep out sad .....s ..' ,.., I..........'" n..'...i awl rr. >......., s.srs
] lox hich the (land it situated and there male* the cold and conxquently, very cumtortabIehouMscan Y..
te cheaply. In fait .. ....**!it.. al J........,.... unify .nst.lay ..\
the final proof required by law. according! toprescrilxM I builtery we f'tIf"oT.c.L\". : .' fat H A....._. I........ suit ......,.......
form, which proof i i. required to lie know lots of families who lute in large commodious ...ai It ana) .\ It 1C. .Kate j.srfsm. at 1i 1 ...aI.
log-hou. ..t with a gobs!lly! number of the T.-- !. .. UnKii...<. .... ,.....1 at II II .\. W.
transmitted by tbe judge or the clerk of the intrrp4 between the I logs Uft c>1>('0. or unsealed wrtlswa at .'! .... Itawtolrft t.......,. T...,-toy. ...a ........, *4

court to the district IanJ-ofllke, together with for purpw-- uf ventilation from Ctft eyear' taniif id "'.... M
,"". .\ TK1ti E.isTkttl 1NIialoi.a : I
;A the fee and charges allowed by law end to another The country i i. not wiftl- t...... ,
fcUent ciently settled up jet 1 lo create much of a des I A Ylle'I'11..\..4 : I ......... .. .. .,II.\ Mmft'A. I
The judge bring in any c..c. the proof maml for skilled lalJ r. Nor M there tmicfa des td M
may Le n>.t.lo before the clerk of lloe proper m-tml for hired labor on farms al r>re *ot.; butevery a/J.sap .! :i.A. M I
at !4wk<4kMS. atI *.*. p. M.T .
court The fact f.I the absence of the judge I one wbo ...un sbuuld It able to make a J .at ***** atH ).. I*. M
lanD for bim.ell. There U no doubt but thai MIladattrkMt I .I .. .,<.. ". w.lua .
be certified in the the clerk I
must papers by act *,thrifty man can do well k-ft'.I..b r' % III.IM. : .........N %. w
i jog ie bw place. iCommi ior.er'# circular ofApril .be need not Hatter bii&Mlf that Mill i gote tolice I | J....till MUS,i*. M I
M4 hi1wM at t fkK Mtvttf ,
t. IS;: I II aitwfelber! *tu, rum ""' ..iId'-. I wawa nS t'sa aM al .M

1 !bare further to direct that ia ill eases .iaw I IT.. I ........1 : MTkMK MVHHO& I

bkli MM h proof .b.lIl< made before a jadf OUR TWO GRASSES. .......:-.4U. ante......... I

uaakrsail at'l. you w ill require, fo addition to MKH It....... .. .. I.'..A. M.fJ .
.. V......h II ii A. MiA. I
the jndf. certificate, that tbe clerk of tbe court Any oar rM lot: io our |hail nueiUr aa M n!t". ;; a.. MtlHA.
of tkeltui&ea and I'ara be TH H..I or. .... N M
count gra>>h mut *!
.J hall certify, under Ji. band and tie neat! of bMottre I .
Mtfctied that the real fodder! suited to the I ......... M l I' H I
that the aid judge was duly cowmt*.*oaed I plants ... '....... at ill f..
Mate Uai been found. I with these T'! L..ti..5 fal...... Y t .. MM!
bad m alii.J, and also to tLe RenutneneM of his I grab,re*. dent betttr pronett fur cattle.raWiag I ..IMI.... .sd s' X U.spat sl 4 I P.
II .... ....... ...
H if'li.
n. L
IWO Mate in the lni*>o. The .ale' f tie dIj
.a4lttre. such trrti cate of tbe clerk to be IBdor any common
I _. a II.,... /r a'111rket. It..... ... ;
laaU tae fenced and Guinea
: .Mt .pu| i i.r annex*.! to the ("I lr and forma can planted in :
and the !"'are grass baa given value to ,IU"T"
part tbe. .ef.
". ITT.Tbe ., done With a proper system o| subdividing ss1MMlrtt ..

act of March 3, 1sfieiiftcally rtf-r to I I the pasture* cows and bone can be fed all A MtUMfTfVL aa)4 li-
the round without to the fd 'I '. ...aMiaa4 'i .
year going eipeace FALL n| > Ia car -t *hat ir> ri
section 7>1 of tAte UevUed >iat41tee. bad to tbat I .
.. ; it4 laa |
making bay It bas been uphill work for some a.'> K" i in rtx >k M
: G 4 ....... ... ,, | Ikr ...!
> l
oaf Ueacc it cawot be construed as io I | fr I r >J r..lH.a ; | }
) any to iotil tale our people the value of I
years ." ".. k p i..J .i .t i i. I lu-4: '1.u. .b- M TIM !
man M1 atfvcftag ctiwn. Sper W. ilevkae.t Mattel.., I Guinea gta**, but at wt we sec signs of it. betegap \ 'F1r'....... 'T).. i.dAirf IIf4r ...... .a.. '

.rtttate l io introducing and Ola -.. ._u.r "h a"."IN Noy 5114 wit .... '.......t
retin. ... OO ImuI Iwmnl...... 'ComtsMaion- { < were ........ aaIs, I J. anakl" ,. <.. a C..a f...lnmar .....,.-...*- has I
'* lrtl4f. June :. 1.7 I there two graters. wetvostder that acc ... ....... ....... 1 ...If!. .ii !.> f.lrtk.l. NgnlariyMa4 ...........
*nphs1ee'l more than half the labor of develop rsa'.. *,i *kw 5 a1r c..r f.uib1 ..... M w..II I
The MUwUoo of this unite b** been railed to ping Ibis Mate I II twill be teai before long that ....... ... Hi waal ta iaw t...... ... tbrtf .iprd I
.... .... aW
Ik* a.bpet ..f nukiog hal proof false tie there are oulliofi to il" i nly let one Old bow 1'.bs.. pr.... t r...--t.. n*.knrsaspa., laatnn 4.la.As gn*' ,-_*... lllnW pee

jtidoe wf ekrk of the tiwoty court, .......u flue set wbt can be doe lu r Uiog the h!nest blooded, .. .at1.ey' .*.. h.> .a..4 hap ...*'- Try H s yr.r I
.rf )(.Idt S. land I have U stale, .m to61lf milk <... bit few bttndrinl acre., and bM turn pie )i.1Nlor : lOt," ('nTlO le.iu1 .... tra.l Y..... Dor'-r
I... wit tbM matter that the t'GUAC1 n.arU isthe will be quickly fuki"ed. lo.tnJ..r Jar,,.. bad Mr ,a a .WtSi r >..4 'limi I' .

Mate oi 11'n4a. aa they ats now to -titet d. ....... brie; breugbt ere, sad .bunJrcd ftf tb.MiMftdi .'. J. M. K.llllOir.. 111..1.. .. '. t. !

are a im4y ouurt rat probate. tech wm. it of dollars carried out of the Mate" to pay c.''alas. d I i

feM frM|.0.Uyffts derided. are am cou.'.* of for t....... we will be sup plyitkc our ow a aeed,eat .... >

record Ilse.,.. the judge or eMfk of tack ra irt be .,pIt,.., \ij< otbtr !(ales. t I I Secial| 1. ueat1: :Jr.v.T: ; 7 :.1:1..U I
.. .
ate a.4 m .UJb l Hder the law b> tk. the list.II l will., a fw .....sr.. ur. of ;i.M.) aay saa N )....- ..>.p M'". ->, l.sew'I.>! 'u e e.ilrswu.. .11 ....... lire aw sick* I

3 \Iron" ( is .hitwMitJ c.a.... caa ak. a hao kouee ice MB a wit.! IttU !altar saws' ..i aaitaaiia .... ..t s...... ......, so
\ uu w ill. tkr lurv. ...., Rowe cucurrt..cs. A ,....ai aad pruAubk rfi "lMat W. .. flue **a>nl .! ... raw.rf ..4. .r i

reicct all ptwt but nitJ. begot site ".,jf.,r o* .ball .'9tar .ur** .*d la MMC tie .....i.his l....... .... ileg..1 tkr, rows "4..M_..,,.1."i.".,......u'.ro..1 4 t5 atiat4 tk5a1..ssk. .

csr ia our4aw e w MJi the pwi...>o.. ..| u. act I.4MM-I !'aOit. <4 K"tMy. r.woi 2 bM stud I t. .stink .... ....., .... yu* .....4 i" ,... .s o.at. k. kit ... I
abut e ipeelfiud at tk.. mraa .... dtrvctM nm.itwlut tares tQ.'Iwida. Those are a aua br of poft\ kat 111r5abta ; t... ,- seat at TIM* II >UIV s.a.aaL -. -
I tttS
.'ta'ut in the Clru.i tb y c.. irsfty ""fIaft Mork rbhig bad let ben. core dos] out 'I ........a si. -J -..- J. M N Mt.ll IIWII, "'ull"9 >.% .


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s land rtranrd and *om ta rahitatWm. taiprmrimnrti
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of:,ua 'OIl are m tar plart a lane -
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I Real Estate and Homesteadt General Merchandise nn a lame tract of oa radlaed, brrv larjpbrrd tfcMH ,
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i Ifc .,' r la Fct'1(1I and I>wi-"tt' IH ,i.-. ( Hrn.I.Hi! \. M srrtrtn.; at KtX'KNT iTt' UM MBIT <' *atafMrtaraine .
I 'ftannari utl-al lrrtiara'i<>n.. tinT-"l I. t f".."'I". r...|>ii.tf.Uy aaiMMar* t..oar fnr.d. sad tM. p41bh. l...Iwt "" ......t ('Um TI'E I)-\tM. Till" .KU .d> The Florida IIllIllrantJI{
Hair and T..wU ILn..ht. t.-arrdy. teat batta pn-oml tie .prrir. of caa.pe.rrt. \\*', and '">\TI HII\>". at bA.Mtf% Matrn ,
......h at A. V omit tat at J."Ie.t. I 1')1. Tt, iA i
Fix HIA 4.4n at i iwvnt t'ily .ltb hers and romf.rlabko.rhr.
i Perfumery and Fancy Toilet Articles, l ranchl.Inrn. .\rr h It..t" and Mrrhdtiir*. for ,.-. "n'.. thtttofta, sad all palM m

I the M.Jifantxr I t''r frri ."ht i>r tx>*..av<* apply MO KiaurlolUMT roI.I n|>ti' iij .u. .. van ..i"! i I. t mutt add i "tin"
I ..,5nd8nr.t.'allne'nnrw '- A.....'.. .\... 1t Writ 1111I) '. sad all briIH
Tru- rt pr"T..1 ,..t.d.walr na aad anira< t f >r '... 1..1: l liaif I KKMI\MA.m: i in Ju-ti if thliv" > "hrriff", o
'enr, of tit.'l'UEHI.\'' l"Ioeritla.
nf I .rut. J rk. >nti I I. .r. :nl\.of\t. r- r, 'l. Mal of
ii I'.iint, Oil, Varni"lie.., Windowjjla*, DWELLINGS, HH''TL i' E.,-t K O'ro1''

I ami Putty.uviaJ .
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l t -- ran* ami atiratlmi |xuil In th. .....-. t u.s, wed -aJ<' Cottages, Factories, Hotels, Public Edifices. : C. W. Garrett &, Co. ,

t I .4 I'KEMI u.\KIltS EKI la tA. Ir ws.w
I oLI.. Ac. Tta ruUowHtf lint tens a tie fonraw ami yc-c II t l>Mea.. ,
I I A.Ill I I ) \r .\ .UK. The tibak named s m tr. tepl on band ontrrv a4k..I

PHYSICIANS'' PRESCRIPTIONS at aajr Jmm a. <....H|< by UM> wural ,,.'I..s, and .tt-.Ift by mum' ..... oa ftretft" of Imp :
heat ltmN .. %_II IH'')|> nLIMV: AM: TINW' VUE
'affally cimi '.. ixr.l liar irrrl, Jark...nt Illr, Fla.
nuuuifactattas our '"nlambrr. I ,. ," ,.
| pn un; the *ttaalA3r sC II" I'at ", -
"r arr rnaMnl to uffrr very liberal )n4a<......."' ;tw_.. 11w.atl .
a. to TEHMH AM> HUTY ufo Y.1TERl.1LiR.tt'I 'rl.ou.'tin...

('..,lee .. .. ... ... ............... f*: 511 fill) 1
; % AMI isTIMlTI: The SemiTropical Sahponafor C1l'C'wU'oGrt ........ ....... "WtMtbpma "' ..
i STANDARD IIT I'I..t% ; for.rand Jury.. ................ Mhuimooa t WiS
l lA ad potidcndom.............. :I W :1111l .i
And laf'rmalkiaU fankh.d. y sppIksdoq lUDnaltlJ. In tarnlahmmt. ....... ...... .. **' .'<, -

MONTHLY MAGAZINE. Bond for ItrpteviB......... ................ 3 IU It"III
FLORIDA Writ of t4nn .. ......... ............ -' !5"Affidartuof 'l u.
MAP OP IL.\N 'E'-T) ti r Krplettn......... .......... ... !SOEiccationa. : uI .
harp al_ mail ttraHr a-UMhna to uar....., .. . ... ... ...... ......... 5 OONrtra .
INU MILL, and set rtiatinM- brmolMe. to FlaMlInf AI< Southern Horticulture ....1.... . ............ aft} ti'
5? late and krrp la Mm k a fate ttn. of Framing sad. lkkrt Agriculture, Wrt'.oft.aral.h..t...... ... ..... ........ 5 !S" t ut
7 I Lnmhrr. MuoUlD4p IlratUrt. IUtaro. Writ of Attachment . .. ............ S UlPOCXTY 1\1':\ ,
"'liln.V., Lath Ar. ... (.t U.\'CU.:.

: llr \V.M. .: AITUOIU' IIUEW A.; IUVK1KiL I COCHT BLA.NKS.Administrator .

"nir. II*.. Joljr I. 1*;: AND} HOMi: INTKUPXrs.Tm : I .
I .irtm-.ly iltM I Vtk ,,f the I'ultnl xt.v a.r T.n a pond . .. ........ .... 11111I. 4 ill
;i rarral. ,ofIIno and late 0' ,ibt gun' Ot..-f for aa Arcoant and Koto 2 il-l for
3 Land .t'lflftI .. $1. year. ............. "saitlc narnlm) real Attachmentrapiaa .. .... .... .... 5 a/ 4 nSill> R''
I The Best AEnccltcral Paper ID the South ..'.... ...... Two rnfrir*. *X.V>. tftn r if-. ". *\. .. ... .......... 3511!
... $14."" Ira i< >r. .ami ottf ritrai $ V.
I -- ; i Pruuf of Ulll .. ...
. .... .. I
I Order admitting to robalctaib
i II I ........... .'M.r.lr4 al Mai fair, 1X77, l rMe Tlr dr.li. <-f tal* m/ atMy I. to mrrl the rapid lain ( of Czrcator . . ... ... I ... 3ft 4 III
I ., nap M| "..r....." iilat iNanaili for lafunualiua pit ail ushnt.roos.l Order joanttnz! LrUrr Trriaatmtary.
i I hMi rttb Haubrni iad *trUI derrbgmestI. and with ( Ul"l a. IluodLrttrra .. . .. .. ...... S 1st I in
I lMwn>* to all olbrr* la fuller... et.'nw. aad clear the "I.aaeI of I'b.stn"L.rd4Hy. a* a bola' for tkLlr.rt Trvtammtary.. . ........ ..... :Stt 5 5"
......, aad Uw only Map rHI.C lotmermiiliiral Indication* The FloridaAGRICULTURIST tar atfricallanM. Uw utrrbanii. awl Uw.nanafavtnrvr. Lrttrra. of AdminUtratioaLrttrn .. ........... 3W : :.1
1 ..I itMfartfuf ,.... rau."). iTVe ISrkHVap.fl Wail aa aril a- a mUrttr fur the racHaMrt. lb M-bular. of GQanlubebtp.. .. .. ... ......'.. ... a lilt tlt: ,
and afford nrll
Map, ft a. jlral 41........& Id the trek Term attad'd' I tbi ark plcaoarr-vrrkrr.mrdivm of lnl..and r_,the... aDd lavaHd...il, to the ta dVtrhipakratof a Oath W rlta of of A Appfaivrmmt. I . ... '. ... i 00 ... ...t
slrPS on .|t ptlratl.rt UtxVr. hy malt pnnnti'lf J"ni.--a. I
I, .\44rr. \\M UKnlUiUI- Ibr Mat.Tbr W rll. of Rrnlrvta. .. . .. ............. sel) 4 in
Mtlur: bao tbr aMor.- of a rnrf* of raotnbaliir*.
L Taha.w K j mn|>n..ai; manv ..f the miu t lalrllirat and prartirajacrv
9M.n.t. and frait-enmrr* .if tbr Viatb. and <4hrrHI Jl'STlt'E"i IVCKTVrt 111.\\1\. atM

oaitaml t.. cite lal'inaatHtii aima ail. mbx-rt* rim ........ . .. ... .... ... IJ !ltl a: tli
ORANGE GROVE 1 1IUt.l..r.t"I."a'a; : .:." .... a. LIerot. n.tr.l mitb tlw .ludnotrtal ,intrf la .f th* omurj THC > Facia .. .. ... .... S tll Ito
*, .. t Tatirti t) i ", uln..J. "j f.1' itnbii alamu orU.ut'at. BiUoflortahammoaa .. .. .. .. ... .... S II' :..1I
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I 'nil. ad ItmiuodrDdam .. .. ... .. 5\\I, 'l utWsnwtfoeArTtMLsrcray
Ill* \\ ll !; > Jatk-'rnile fj I I .. .. ..... 2J t tu
I I ON LAKE GEORGE >> ...l to the .rifiilturul; an1trwl l 1".1"," U arrant for "",-AiU t a 41Wk'rJ... t\ll\ 'l.1I
: ",. of Krpferin. :III\ ,, III
Inh..t.* of ItorMx Weed of Garnlrbme------------------ 1r/ 3 1.1

KOU I I SA.I-.Ii I I : THE FLORIDA UNION. AflUiarlt. Larrray .. ... .. .. !yet 1.1 s'A1itrit
-A Maul t and l&ttny.! .. .. .. ttJ! t u'
\t arrant of I'utomiunnbond oe 'aihnt lot pre

. ...... ... I 'I' a :.'
Bay Street, Jacksonville Fla. NT Ira racUa In Gsrabhmrat ._ ... .. S wIJ.sd 1"1I

Tar r\U...",- ami aaaaaally drvlrahu- |",","|, 'rlr ..-. THAN.. II.I.TO' A. CO., .'u'II.h.r... f<.r Apfraranc .. ...... 4 'II a 'aommttalrst .
( .... .. IIa) S III
a. r, "'1U\" t.unIt mm oArrrd fat Mir al tr.. liar THE WEEKLY FLORIDA UNION U'arrant of Art-IhoLLic.. .. .. ... 'l Sol till

lh" a>taal root of tb. land dad tatprwratral. TW praptboaaaad r. 'U''C1 H1''S. Ktitor AB.iall-UrankcancM.Nrairh . .. .. ..... .. 50: : w
f I* ...Wi.a.4 rvrry .tanUjr. and I* tb. atoM totnpleUHr ..
wla1r4gow rrP. I* MiMlml ar IH 1 Warrant ...... .. so III
.fly-< .|,>.|>rr ta UM Mat It cuntaiaa ctL-tsar tM r Irrtnlartirira l Affidavit fur Jvarch Wartsat.. ......... ... Y 5.! 'lill
I LE iU K ,E 1111II twsnt of ,e.. teals of La.- I. of Brarral tatrmt, cafrfnlt |4rian i f.....( ,... M. Jofca f tr. May rtiAk...r mike IoeacI b, ,.MTrpun4nu [.nom all |.art. .if Lbr Male, and a fall try of Jad mratAinJavUa .. .... ... 'lo. til'

,..." ....... tat. 4 fruaa uf Ira ellq. w ti4.I maiMlttvat ...rkly MMMUIT >f eroml. Male and kcal a_. .. Ko la K.f4 vtn.n ... .. ... ... .. 450! III
I Ta Kixuwa A.iuc*Lrt WT i a torrid ..rpdyrtsfead n der. la Uw Mat oat of tracb of daily .. and fora
.aw* of r sift aa .,. r...trrly ........" w MI..a tohi aat of ta* Mat ....a-. of b..paC Ibomafal HVHTas '
aewkd all rho I"UIITH..MC.L ::::: PKE..K18ED IS ('UL"'t"TY OFncEwaitXVtL ,
iaf.autk by r
rsda ...s to Florida U. la far UM brl
Ito aurtk.U .\'tIC.. a taatcr test .. M'KlNd (.:.KECK.braatthl. aa date by p.L sp
i aa4 tie crktwt/.b ofa4 .
.'IeIIT TLn'RE bIL.trd.TeTma
a rkar. .....|> ........ ...4.(; l. new at tboa ....
i fat .MraTW Ils',4ds b trptsbk. cral' aalir4 to la. rHatai* af H. tda. firr JrafTVnaa. ,11.1 t..........'. NMMpta. . . .. $tom: (tnt
aMd.k..t afatlHiaubW ptter* trtw.rd. It. tltitytwo .......s ciJaaiaa .N reedy taW *fek ant per" fit a.sth. . ... Ian Ye.m.1 .. .. . . . 1541 a.'

aDfI rai. U Uw ......., r. I'.Wi.t.d Ih. 1 '. 1 .. PwaNa. . .. Iiwla i in
tW toy .
car a Haattac tac its I .n .hI\.Wac t'u-psay Jact a .
......, | <.railat a bald rant oa tar iakr. aw .aal ... F... S..S . ... .. i inI
... .. sa4 rIN ...... -.m........ &I' tlarl La .
are' kaw a. illt.ll lUMXtH KTWjr .... itavWifd .itali .aaa. At .c. I I1rre II .. . .. .. 10 in
.. .ttrf4rar. of ...... --f51 Elm \kl M .lIt.XEI liaMnc
ttw .u.ai la* ln'r
*. oak. aiag i lla. rickety *w*.4 f.aKa,. prim. tttaplr ta* . .. Tat .-.. basal (.oNe at conr i...4-lBgJy low ratca)
__. 's1. W of ..,dW. wire |.. rend a t"r -: rt : 'j) f 'J [wrtawaHOW .,
ta lar 10
.. .. .,. ..iuHrtvrt tet Il. rrt pea
.... auttr. at r 1 Wmi. a 4 rL I _
., .......% aa4 ata.>r ....... I. 4>-..r of -. "I"taWe aa4 fr'M rfop*. la tvar ble *
an I1NK UVM>.-..aae .*.l. ..iawira*.b 4*of..aA|> deep la tWir............. aa4 .Tiya>atkai fvr BMrk*< ',+ TO Ll"iS Win..t.. Dida.aeb .. .. . M fciV

II 1LPrlt.isDtedl..r.ck .. .. ... ......., M
nark-.IUIr Sham ntlNU CREEK aw la.ikaa<4aM* n-ORIDA. tUQuf fo.taiKair.) .. .. ....... .. .. t M till
I WU --.a..IN.-r'"C .wn h ftaMrP thou.. !+j i! biBof (CotTrrm) .. ... ....... tt Mlhi t LI
.\It'4a parr WIM and trxr* have lwr. VniMiii .... ....*. : Iy .....- la I'bancrrT t uto t

I I ...... sad Nt a. a..... add .ails ,.. ,..,. rte hi .....,. Su"ritlti4H'. toa a r f1ar, .''''''t3t'! 1.relaitl. *:. 4. .. C>anmiaatna.Ucvaw U tale* TMamaft .aimwt...... ..:?..:...:...:...:... 1S. ulaa .1 :IM..

: bad feedtt.I .a. ...... .... $$.e puublr'.trbi..'s red PM1ME\>fIF THX ,'KNTI 1 .4 .r MaU ... Coaaty L4nMkra two '...... '" 'l inin
I .... rrgPlable. ate tor iv..a tor P"fI'I"\I.' "\ sat /tiom t f t.H4. 'es.t Mat H .....'IVrtMkalr. . .... a tuIU 1
Mat 1_'.CvrtlAcataa . . a II.'
....' ...,.m..r sL I M add pace'I a.w. M Jsdr+seHkaaat i L Ara' t....., H itan.' l'.AWaataal I inin

l a* a tfcM H.<.fcM pea tees larHaaa. 5eat1 pta..rteare.Rbrt (' atyJuice'. CctMka .. .. t.tlU I
... ra tta tor altos ra ...ta . 'l ) f :t>
.. .. 'ddr"... Ills. II. n \ LTUfO.., 1 'I' Tax i-vrtaVabr* . Ul inin'
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raaaa .toa J.. ..*...... fcf" ........ ail try,. ttw 6.Ier t Ii.Y. li 4 *.. IloaMvtoad I..u ifc MMa rack ) /

j ...... sad. J1.'w.- .......-c aPW\r. "latEo ... LIVERY AND SALE STABLES. 1 "'7h1/ tied. e a o trbt, Hst.naad* Risen" iM.l.Ia fut KM el d b.r'a a..eawu.II........., I :bHam. UJt I I intfa ytIILIXd

t .i.+4na, .. wkra a.ilfi4. ai a taw seta -why ......... ..

.d i la*** purtfcuu .f ta* ..n...., to ,.,..... .eImar.l. TAU.AU \-. .EE. rt% sot esaaataard ....... st rlstev y ****|.

I' elk wet aal.>aHl leer. *tta ........... ha h aas5t -d.. M M COBB. Proprwior FLORIDA. I caaM4 lAtUUet al aiiallar JillaT" or 'ir-: ..."..(..).toNIU WITH
i .*.rO a* a fraaw bali Si few a ..totraaaav sad brlirttw I '.%"H.
11.-- ....! tarrlAfrm, with l' rrfal Iritrra, I A LUtUUL
Mb.rm' r........ I ""M' W'ctotl wiU a aa'Is .>.rt UM order
j'flOu i II.a! : fk-v ..
I aaU sh'rt ;\.tlno. aikdtaaca. fee .c.rrsd Maitud. at i.5 head.
raMr.P..ettt. (Unitf for hu.'bea.. bas4M M .... If made
t .. aalNid.d ...........W p=t..ns dMc .. .A Paaaffc.. T T t.:; f-_ *. p.-.j.qr- .,f 'A ,....,..*.. darted. I* prby ......... ..tbaes rate.Itc.11H9I .M.. ( ;
rrta* l.... "" .II I'. .*'" rIM a *an. .. fNw ..... IuK..tD J1l IX' "D"T t'a 1LC: .I. .... ..a&. racTa prtat paiy aw

I aiara va ta* y..f..ny r.--.w-", : FLORIDA LAND ACENCY .. .. .. ............., ac....
.. t'C.ItLLIC"T C'OI 'TId1' MILL: .
I t* URCCNLKAr "acka........ FU.. w tN "AUtiIiLiL ....U..... 1 Mb1r r.. Netrh ......... .. ptis.wstar 1 JA Mbull ILLS. YL.1. .u.a-. .'LO.ZU EUWLE.PUWIde.t .

1:i .........., *. tork Pr nMJH '. Ha WI.aa. Ht.w.u.. Lei. T- : I ;.. ...*. .' r. i **a .to II." Tbt1..-rdaaualnat. T.n.Io,,_. FU.

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