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: September 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
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oclc - 01407238
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i I Devoted to the Dissemination of Reliable Information Concerning the Soil Climate, Productions. and Desirability of a Home in Florida.
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I ?" ....4t.M ""' .*wt .f ?1.$1s : lands stock, and labor But IW'fhtfKhey reflect more or less exlrot in nearly every Soethirn ; THE J.. P. k Vii. R. R SHOPS. I,
1 _Ab/< ..k.4b: M..l'.rt...tMh !.. .... I : that however. bad their condition, there is Mate. Them""le of culUration which bM heretofore -

'.EuRbF r. DREW Ctes< NOBLE .\. in m ?deal..(ione.ar. I West," which Is likely to offer fairer promises of : tending to the utter imporerhhmrat of the >.". 14.aam usla.1VvAii+ 13u'.nrut. in r". ,IMW-

!. .v D. SLUXHVV.. ...... ..*ftnrfOLVNBP u! Ices*, and they naturally hesitate) jo to anew f tt, while there lies just below the reach of the The I4e.rkmlirrieims7hay-1'rrjuriagJsrr 1 1en
1 I ; IMiEW ILTEK saarle 5"-1 Jluia MI/tl 1.1 .r't. ..,..
: 'Iti+, .. country to begin all over aff tin. in the same, Insufficient implements heretofore tMe rtWYXN.BOfttC
I H. \ p, RANKYU : ,\MenMr-Ot1M''a1 or, perhaps, a worse climate,only t*) find themselves *w. tri> (... which hi never Met the _n'* Uxht Situated a short distance in a northwesterlydirectkm

i Oil X C\>RL Y < _. at Lna cad Im kktasmai In a few years beset by the same difficulties and the upturning wbkh,combin il with that i from the nilrvkl depot in Tall\hutn'.
\1t i HILLIAM P. HAI>IJrV .....SH, PstsrsC ladrntx. from whkh they would DOW bs glad to *- I system of lce\lif>s the laud;' so well Understood and enclosed within a high whitewashvil 1 Uwrd
i",'""!!,j J ri'sv.: ._\.jtItaa +,eaws. I I"If I cape. in the North cn be made 10 renew the most fence, it the machine, boiler narpmter, and car

To all individuals oi the claw named ,iI. wnta-out t field thit can be found. shop s of the Jacksonville.: IVmacoU aq STATE BUREAU Of IMMIGRATION.1R I The we11-to Jo farmers of the Northwest there lands suitable for the jfrowth of what may to IUilmu.1 company| .Tcring over ten arrr of 1 1JrounJ.

.*H .\. -URLKYMW r'nnidettt.IX. are sections of the South which offer abundant. I termed Western produce exist; as has: been said, 'I .Although these extensive works are
.1 <* DREW ',D WJE P JLtn' I promise of a quiet healthful easy, and prosperous in almost every Mate, but the largest tract e\- I Daily pasM. sI| by dtlr"an" utrinfers vUitioj
." existence, shorn of the myriad trouble and tit In the eastern portkm of Mississippi i | j i, the I I the city fait little is known. concerning Uw largrojx'rstions
cares' which Infest their present Uv.... northern parts AUbama and FLORIDA VS. THE GREATORTH'.EST. I I
It has been! said that the South U i no j4ftct? mi>ldle awl l western jwrtions of rlorkU. In the .I Through the "u'lrt..yor Mr. 1*. Ik l4,.y. Jen--

I fur a poor man," and there is some degree: of former section corn has been mad to yield !fifty oral SuptTintendent of the sold: we rush) a ,(sit

truth in it, if by a poor man Is mesa that class Est itty-five iMsltds to the aere.osts thirty ant I to the shops a few day since for the purpose of
..,..r- Tat escvs tte. 1w.o4e vdius. 'I 1 of laborers, or, rather impmridents. who farm forty bee.hets, and in some oases m*.... This viewing several pasrnernrlK* and pUtforru-

:_gJ p-1)v .1/.11. lWdA hy.abat t.rniagtk -,- the true pauper: population of the :North The vction was' called itcoordiiig to a ftruiU by- I ears now being built and rcrn<..lelft| in season
.welATeLoa. I\'epII lk-li". I
.. South ;. no place for such.. They cannot compete word string the later year or UK war, the for the demands of the fall amt winter tMtkinnm
.a PLrMi-7 b );det ff/' shops in the .i.tt I with the colored for the modicum of "
man "' ,"a- rih of the Confolcracy. I of the rued.intering.
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IJ.riItttJV MI' common labor which they are sometitnei willing So far as health climlMbjOh.: \('., are ooncrrnnl i a gatd at one! aide of the enclosure
rat sI' J-ctt .s 1.rtA+eafra A'irswtirtiff aw e I to perform. !Hut for the honest, industrious it Is enotigh to say that upon investigation i we were surpri-w! to find a Urge number of mm

in tix ...r f*, JJr.. I poor mn there are more opportunities for advancement the conditions: with. rr pect Ui them will tof'Ntnd busily engaged at work building platform-can,
Mute k known throughout the North woe than in almost other country in and in Mbrr ortions. I
a sj I any entirely satisfactory | repairing! and |ainting pa* & -eoaclies, and I
'rmiag the middle and western portions of Florida the world. If he is a mechanic, or .Idllal..ork. of the IM'" H.R\T, as well as In other numbers otherwise hard at work In various parU of the I

that a brief comparison between this favored man of any sort, he can accomplish more here statistic will be found which will do mare to sit )"VII. Ticking our way over the numerous car ,;

1 9, 'action and the Mates of the Northwest may befound than elsewhere, for he can work indoors or out UM intelligent judgment of the reader than such trae-ks. between the bue sticks of timber, pile i

j instructive as well as interesting to tbnereader every say in the >cr If be is a farmer or has I general statements as might be rmu>..lk lln this lumber and leaps of Iron car-whr "U, fit, we t
of THE Fumiui I MMU:BAST who may intelligence enough to become a farmer or a I article. approached the engine-boose. Here all wa noise

resident of those State, as welt a* to otbers ,"Nener."t'fe is the place and the opportunity I There Is one other branch of this subject and confusion. Several locomotive bail been

may be examining the respective claim of whether he would be willing to accept:: a situation I which should to better understood in the North diiuuantled,and were undergoing thorough over

1.t of the section named with a view to per as overseer for some tasd owner, or preferred : and that Is the fear which Northern tanners hauling and repair, ()n a *ld.track in the same :

M-ttletaenL to buy or enter a tract of land fur himself, j have that they cannot stand labor In the extreme building stood a powerful. freight-engine!, which
There it .o great an apparent contrast in soil, to be improved by his own labor. I beat of the Southern sun. Such labor is indeed had just been put In rn.UDftltrorthe road. New

; lima?,, productions temperature, institutions, It is sometime said, too that Northern arm- I unpleasant ; most labor Is under some of the Inevitable drive-wheel had replaced the old one,all the
) manners and other characteristics between the era cannot succeed: Sooth for they know nothing I conditions accompanying every claw: bras, and ironwork. bad been carefully over

)i that Northwest and the South that those about raising cotton, or rice, or sugar-cane, Hut the Western farmer who. comes to Florida to hauled and burnished, the painter had finished.

,I who" inhabit! the 1 rst-named section are slow to and therefore, they must first unlearn all they I farm It" has little need to expose himself un his part and the Iroo-stflcU stood rmdy for the

bdtieve that there can be any degree of comfort, know about farming and go to school again i duly. lie ran get his work done much cheaiersod | road. Taasing from this shop to the carpenter

success or prosperity for them in case of re- and herein lies the most serious error which has more satisfactorily by the colored man than shop adjoining, we atw an old passenger-coach: :

moral thither. They know, in a genera) way. thus far interfered with the V"rreof immigration I he can afford< to do it himself. Even: the poor under procrss of reconstruction.: Several men ;

that the treat staple U cotton (of the cultivation to the South. Nothing coold be more-ut cut, if he Is able to purchase his land land be can were busily engaged on tint woodwork, while

of which they are entirely ignorant) i that the lerly absurd and unreasonable than the apparently I do so at ridiculously low prices),can better afford other were painting and ornamenttni the finshed -
climate it I mild awl beneficial to Invalids (to well-settled conviction that the South i II : to hire one or two blacks than to do the ( portion of the car. This coach ....11IftD

horn they seem content to leave the prospect only fit to aise cotton and rice, and cane. lie- actual work, himself lie will have enough to long service the roaJ.Lttt after having passed

!ot emigration); that the people necessarily dif fore the war some few of the larger planters believed : do superintending their operations, watching all t trough tto band of the Skilled l workmen eta-

ler (rum themselves in many vital) particulars of I it to be cheaper to procure their rougher 1 the minutiif of the: weather. condition and ployeil by this company presented a handsome

habit manners and of political and religious belief supplies from the \Vrst titan to raise them, and 1 proper use 01 the tools, faithful preparation of apfiearaoce. anti will coniiare favorably with

that the course of agriculture h essentially since the ..ar. until within the last two or three the soil, and will make more profit from the labor other car turned out by the more extensiveslioN

and necessarily different from that to*hich they years Urge quantities of supplies have been I of even miugSe hand judkiousiy controlled | in th. North. 1'I'f1'MJrtloQ of the coach,

have been accustomed and that the country has drawn from the same .OUI't'e. the planters belle by his own. unceasing, watchful care than! be from the construction of the framework to theupholstering

been devastated by a prolonged 1 and disastrous ins they could make more money by putting would by endeavoring to do all himself lie is of the cushioned car--.eats, U dooe

civil: "af11 this, as well as much: more matter their whole acreage in cotton. Thin was true I not tdtliged to pay for his labor until the end of here. From the earpeotrr-"bup we proceededto

I tonuininj Iek truth and more particularity enough while the price of cotton was high Immediately I the year but must generally furnish supplies for : the machine-shop ami Irwweted the powerful

of detail, belongs to their belief concerning the alter the war: but the contrary has I hut workmen. to xib.Ut upon. These supplies : steam engine, turning I.IM. and other machinery

I actual conditions of existence in the South- since been abundantly proven by sad eiprri- 'instead of being of the more costly sort consumed : uf various kiitds. Several men were engaged .

They may not consider: however, that the most enact, and of late the importation of all kinds of by the employer in his own household a* In dressing; large bran castings,which bad

of their errol: i is based upon false premises-that I Ibe .I Western produce has been so reduced by home in' the NorthcooUt nf 'beebeal..1 and plainest been mound la the foundry adjoining while

( information they have received concerning. productions that even the railroads which were materials. And I. after all, if the Immigrant b i other were turning down Immense drive and
the vuth has come frum inJividualswbusaw growing rich upon their receipts for its transportation unable to do more than procure a small tract of car-wheels. In a Urge room at the end of the

the oath as one looks upon the picture of a are nearly all in bankruptcy. The land sufficient only fur his own labor,he will find Mine buikllog &ia the bUrkaialib-bop,where several
battle, or (rocs unreliable newspaper correspondents : simple fart of this change: ought; U to sufficient his eipowue to the JM'CUllarltiCII'he climate, I fire are constantly kept gulag and a Urge

or from straggler, who wearied with the to explode the fake notion that nothing but cotton : much less hurtful than the rigor of the North- number of skilled workmen in that branch of
prolongation of the cnabe: for the reins of Government can be profitably raised in the South sod to I era winter aad sprig that be will never regret I tusioea employed. Here the trip -desmmet cad

which succeeded actual hostilities have convince any one that the South can produce lU his choke between the two evils. ledge du execution on the Urge bar of red-hot)

turned their backs upon a struggling people and own wheat corn, rye, barky, oats and in fait lo coaclosioa.lt Buy to truly said that there ism wrought. iron the noise. reminding one stronglyof
sought new homes where they could find peace anything awd everything which can to raised in +n section of this vast country which offer to the celebrated -Aavil Cborua.

and plenty ready-nia.1 They do not, perhaps, the West. aDd, besides all these, cotton which the Western farmer greater laducemeaU a* a We were n on glad to emerge from this building .
realize that this general idea they have of the thus becoming enmtlally the money crop, baa, place of settlement than Florida. The Eastern and return to the yard, where we had the .

south is applicable only It isolated sections or notwithstanding increased acreage recently aDd buuthern section of the State also offer pleasure of meeting )Ir. J. H. )tcl troy, the gotietoanly '
lasses*, or instance, aid that tt ia& a mistake i iI devoted to cereaU, retained it* normal position many advantage la cooimoo with Middle. and Master Mechanic of the road.
apply that general Idea to the whole country and and almost It* former volume,to that the Sooth-+ West Florida. To these of moderate mean
I From Mr Tapy we learued that at pciweotwlthia
reop&e. era farmer', betide prodnciag all that is consumed and industrious habit who wish to engage la
and there
the company'* yard shops are
To ibo. older residents of the extreme Northwesters sad thus at
e OQ hi* pUotatiuc, keeping agricultural pursoiu, the people of Florida are
being\ overhauled there second iaa pa.eoereoist1sea ;
State who have gone through the bardUifH home the. vast Mm which used to be tent oft lot t ready to offer the h..*rtk-t welcome and the
i and fifteen new box-car eua tructed.
ol a frontier life, and are BOW aaSiring Wester prtidarc, h raking nearly as much cotton tt rndeavwrt to pnro4 their interests. s Tare ear will to'UIC.Ita larger than the old
'to,. tine effects ef their early exposure to a I as before, and receives the same price tux it ...
their 1 Dt. Hi u**, bavtac. a length of thirty-three art.
-. orosM clMBste. the tbowgbt seeking a* befwr MS t*.+ty
and I > The f.*i*.wi g pritx* aw asked for same .lU by eight fat ia w4th-Urge enough to carry
'M! age sand i 6na ly. a pare kindly genial If any farther argmaeat were Itft'dcod.-sm. !
i .. necessaries{ <.f Hie at Leetburg, ia bumterMta4y. ffSMH U.Hly''five to tbirty-aix bale of cotton
.;*****.w here they nwy t ros eg their days Bfioo i Mistrate the fart that the Western farmer can
karrottadcU Socrth rVrt4 Kaeaa, smoked, Wi; .... iaetiMaiaf the carrying caparity of the
art*. tram from pail MIl by ownk outae Sutith and substantially the same
i pursue ...4st posed b.o>.. ky MM, 19, "&... .I.e.am wad. ...... 1-V) ts..., fit tmr double what it to at
.n. rat |J>s>isn oe. sad they are apt to mart agricultural occupation with whirls! hei I
Kagish ............ 14 out Is. hems cansassed ; presto L Frees la. raf.id manner la wbkb the
.avpieI. ,... that" .e wtelers are growiagtbai already fao ti&r. it ..Iy.... found la the suet. .
.. ,. .. :' 1? re** Hfsi, I. cast K ..... ; b4K, work ks besac puJioit forward by Mr, lijr and
th. hart is grew hag p uur that taring the war the lands isvuM suitable l tprikJuciag .
ai )1.... Mechanic, all these cars
tMt IW pcteM of their pruIocisa.Moeer.od cereal.tu4ivated. b> the oi.brarf utaawithout
oi iad. ss..e4. sa4 UU higher lha they" (Werners, omen, sad other ....-e tMatotaau f..*..... .*.... cede.. liki W to t7 cents, w...... and the stverbAuha of all the engine
; crtfatad 11 cea4a: .wW to eo f4e4.l wUhia the nest. silt/ day.
we cants sugar, augar
.Mil Mi beTVese wh are ef a later ftaera- ,prudocad the sauakleoc DOt ualy tl the'
l'kehk,10, crat: ; Htntf. fatally, pot r harm,113 ; TM entire force sow. etapk>yeJ ia the shop
'..* fed Mil mate keenly the truth of these lea producers tbeoiarltc aod of tumgftert refu.'wa.aad .
VIMAT. tangy brands, 41W. Ftortda syrup, per aN yard aucabrr> stsatr-airs men, iBfVlpgoae
and their fit
until yMyxslsstmi, upon reekooiog up all non euathsJaats, bat. of all the armies .
yearly..... tLef and that hardly otvt farmer the CoalcderacjrThoMs f alluo, M) to 30 eeau. hoary per pound W draa jUtwnea, eleven macblaUt,, two. buikfi&aitrs t
10 a hmtirt4 throeghoot the whUe Northwest. :ctioeaof the tWwth whkh are adapted I en"' eggs per doea, 14 meats ;, grow chkkCA two DVMkkr, fear Mfrfhimitb with

>s uukJotf tve per test am bb UvesUaott la to the prodoctioa of cereak eats la tract of *, Si ccaU teach beef, S to 9 teat* per poaad. hc4|>rr. alerts carprater ooe patlera-atakrr,

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than tin r"M-eet. We settler. w'coat.
eB '4ne-.biftets, ).burets. tic tans iu LC c* tie best pcint inland on the isUc tf the<< Mate the reverse '* tic case)last a part.atitC f'to.t-nt fortahly: bed in a sahsbrieen spot: in FVrtda.
OBC opbffbtem, soil toiling
railroad Near this place the moat of our party |>rr>portH Q being high MfTMnrata* nf health
receive from |l to fl pel be called a country: covered; find oa his farm every
Nearly, "H these mea p rthaed 1aDCL.Dd111 soon become permanent may uMh) hilly and -ht, ,oils!, tea, frek. animal ad
day and are promptly paid at the red of each rt.Went- Flat mile northeast ,.f thiapotttt with a growth of oak and hickory K\cept Central onbammock vegetable luxury food the product of bfe own heat .

. month Contrary to the spirit manifested in ta Captain ( art and myself visited a t.&&*<. lands Florida the to prevaHin From growth the in foregoingdestript i. hU orchards, gardens orange grove. and riseyards .
Heat famih -Mr. itlsing-wb.. went there any:i. and SOOth pine with atMtedaat
North by tbelr brother workmen m the late dtoMtrtwt must concede that i offer unstinted pradact, as
rear tines To prune what can be .teat ir and nale-h wear
sbell fissb
of wild fowl. ,
C'ODtntt'lwttb Florida musenecessarily game
workmen that I
strike. these appear Vltrida ,in the short "pace cf seven gets by M the Mt- in by, and with an eaily" accessible market for .Wncarpoe
their w a'taaod she with tie r re eBt excellent weman with an almost invalid husband om 1* uubealtLy ha DO foundation in I cf perflaoe productions, his It/'* will
should "Wt this pleasant borne. Here xi nil fact. The highest medical testimony OMan :
and the mAl'la.,4f.f
1 management.Owing Florida to toe one .f the healthiest t : be enormous, judicious
find the oranee, lemon &$, quince banana declaring him tales ofsmiling
to the great etubrra.i>nuenU that bate his IndiHtry and capital wffi give
pomegranate, r.lum.rralt', peach,Ac.. aDd even State in the Union laden with the fruits f'f his w.r
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I Mtrnwnded those harfag the management (> imaginable plant and flower that you can think Am-ther objection urged i* against its sanniierclimate .
I Ifettfrw.se C ifM'a\\ ibpsrMkre
who reside tail|
mod for a year or two put, on account of totnnmerntt. of-brMdea a bolt of o.bt'n-aJl growing fro. But comparatively few
t. litigation pending in the court wtionker the magic touch of a Yankee lady, who ts cow' of the Mate know anything about the! summeror -.-
have beard that the winter
climate they
of and to enthusiastic over winter
the rixty tore year alt'
that >(tr. I'apy.a. hnrintcudent of alMnst 'ibie to WEST FLORIDA.
her new home to Florida. Ir, Florida had such I ItDttrrrio.e are mild but it seem inp|\ *
row dox-rve' great poise fed the ability be hadisplaytd on every eightyacre tratt cat tillabk convince Iersona that the summer are (wl| and .

in conducting the affair! c>f the com 1,11.10 six yean it would be an earthly paradise plea>ant They thick because a portion of Fix, HO..EI' i t* Tli
, [da in the same. latitude U the lKert; of cabs -
dull next most on the. to
the seaaon. Waldo important poiot
fl&D11n behalf of the :tate pme&t awl suffocation sumo JPrarndVet 1t..rryatAe T.lts.sI11 J"""
hot :
road is cigLty-four mile Irom Fernandtna, antIs ra. in Attica, that the same
:Nut only ha he managtd so a* to pay running quite an enterprisingUlage of CdO' inhabitants, blasts that sweep across that section and makeit .vwoaaepf lbw {...,,- "'"$ n-w,

I expensebut made many improvements in with a good btAel 40tlQ feet two stories high an uninhabitable waste must Wow over the delightful t I 4a-a'-.t .sedian .1"'" f M wisp nsJ.I"M.1 -

the road.bed and! rolling Mock of the road. and a number of business house. Divemng Florida climate They forget that like ;. ,,.,,. !I.fI' .'Mi.rriai..' rt..pt1.. ...,.. A+.
from this point is the Peninsula Railway which cause must produce like result Throughoutthe '
ia graded some thirty mile to Ocala, a point in w inter. M well a* summer, the butterfly i ii Moltaes county h one of a tier of oassties
GEOGRAPHICAL DIVISIONS OF FLORIDA. I Marion county and will be built at some future seta sipping nectar: from the flower, and! the which maybe tailed the northern divbfec of

.i dar When completed It will have its terming land i* cl&thed with semi-tropical: verdure gen Florida, and lie' in the suUlivKmo (tograpliicalb .
Tae Yu.aii'' Inwaaar dl,40 It" tt.rn" r r..'.- at Charlotte Harbor. vim Tampa on the Gull tie beers fan the cheek and make the summers, known a* Wet Florida. It otters ,salt: }

t 'IIC'n1 "in.-. roe psrpo.e. of oc". .... rnU rl" coat. .\ company Las been formed at thh the most delightful t.' any to be found in any substantial inducements to Imm1ifAftt.-

lac t1M1&. u loll,,". place to construct a canal from >anta Fe lake Mate in the Union, U e arrived In Florida on I among its unrivalled attractions are it mUd
E..,. .lentosComp,*.1 of tie ,-wets" h9wrn loot miles: dUtant to intersect:: the railroad ai the &ty-third dar of tune and remained until climate acd the magnificence sad rake of its i
see. ralamfea, Ah.... LfTy Itekvf. :N ...u.ilndfurd. bass.i :. this The hat teen made and the after the* 4th of July. and the hichett point tlml-er the variety of its soil, whereon may hecultivated
I tat, IK. J....... ran**. a4 Marino point surrey
W..1' F't..... .- ._,..,....l of IW. rnantw* id KKMBM estimate of the engineer are now knwn w bid reached by the mercury: was ninety-three degreesin with success nearly every crop that
*. Ninu Rooa. Whet Holme. M i I and OUbomt. fAd. Santa Fe lake 1s fifteen mllta! in length by degree* in the shade all the while a !gentle brerrc dance of pure and healthful water and it* extreme

Mrmrt a """ ...0.-4 o....JMd c.1 tw tarlka of t+4. four mile in width in many plate ninety feet making +it very pleasant healthfulness the ease with wbict its roil
I tm, IJhrrtjr .....lIkB... Lrott.and Hamate tt"kUa.MM JC5.a.ou. hd! deep and<< abound with fist. It to surrvuoded There are several causes which combine: :nprodncim mar be cultivated and lastly, the cbeapc*** nt
Tsyfc*. LA Ftfrtt
t"LNu.-co.J1I.-d car this heaths .rf Ilernand. br some nf the finest orange lands In 'the Mate : the peculiarly pteanaat climate of I. Its land .
1. tt"t1N.., ......... orutp, ,....... IltwM. P"Ik lfU.srrnaafi We vfoited this lake, and had the pleasure olmaking Honda, determining the genera and class of Tbh county w bounded on the west by }\ alton
"........ )lOCI,... and Had. : the acquaintance of General Karle anu trees, shrub, .vines and gra*e*. Among they county on the south by Walton: sad Wash
-- -- -- family who formerly owned __.0110" or :;.oell) acres cause 1JI the: general peninsular form of the incton c<-..nties on the east by Jackson counts 1
of land but has divided among new comen until Mate, enaurfnc a constant succession: of sea I and en the north by the Mate of AtalnaM It i
EAST FLORIDA. he La but 2,100 acre left The General ha, breezes from both the -Atlantic ocean and the : lie between latitude thirty and thirty-one It
I splendid orange grove loaded with the golden Gulf of Mexico, laden with saline particles producing ;I U about thirty mile wide at itt widest part j'j'I

.J l'rartrn F.diArr 17.ift 1M "JAM "f b8srers"- fruit. At this place and others we saw sour orange an atmosphere that to plea..antly cool !I from ea>t to west. and about twenty three miler ,

In..r (7iaaek,1'Irrj4'fi.sa. tree that had been "budded'with the both day and night. There are other causes that lung trim north to sooth at its ;longest prt. J
I I.prvaeYu ea sweet orange but two"t"In full of fruit. Among>; assist in producing an equable temperature The The I..dace..f tLe country k generally !Jerel.: ;
dc.-.1 I r..r toNei.IIm6h.ofJtae.u' July.On the many thousand desirable points in Florida (Julf stream passe along the eastern coast brineing I intersected throughout with brancLe*. t'r streamsof J JI

e the nineteenth day of June Ut our party, this i* among them and i* destined to become a warmth from the Caritn sea, and :inside' I I water that rarely: em fail. and Its waterpowir j

j numbering' twentylx: nola.ltar1f'd peon Chi great resort for tourbu. At this plate to u c or coastwbe" come a body or stream of cold: ad.ptCfor! milling pwr-oi are narar !
cato: lor the Land of Fruits and Flower*," and lialmoral Hold a largeaat!!: !. wcll-4anned house, water from the :North The climate thus modirietl ps.MnI l.\ \ any fiber county ic the Mate 1
: after a journey which consumed four days we though not complete which stands on the LUrhMuT : must and de differ fn.ru that of any other The :land along the Cboctawbatciiie ricer art i

arrived at .Fernandlna Ha. which in the near of the take surrounded Ly.foun.lsI, : :-lItt"1 a result, the thermometer seldom crts a' fertile< as tan U- found anywhere io Fk-rida.

future i* destined ti> be commercial point of laid out that tit long will be beautiful Indeed down to the freezing point and ever MI pith as and produce: splendid crop of c..rn.cotton,rice

ihw beautiful country. Fernandina'" Mtaalctl Gainesville, the next: point we toiled, n the to Nr uopteasant in the shade and! Mizar-caae. wilt. only moderate attention.Io .
Amelia I.laod.a body of land twelve raie! tou&ty seat <<< f Alatbua county. the largest on Mil II AS' M-CTAULl.--* I l.Tt lei this tuaott art tl' 'Ile found '[tMBtitte. ot .

upon lung and from two to four mile wide .... a the r.d. surrounded by rich! land and the cen oranges. l lemi.B*. Halt, di runs. shaddtc-.k*. i the yellow piae: c> pm-. cedar and other. vajuaMe' -

population c.r :3.VJ. and it I ,growing rapidly. Ire <>f the (cotton osar, and mans trade: ot1aebua I iiiotes., figs pint-apya. bones plates, p.acts. timber Its stresses abonatl in ties and Ifs

t'pon! the east cinut of the lanO. which ia .\ UMIAt"1 t1&iaIau: we found grape |rls of swme.
washed by the .Atlantic U a W.(h ff eighteen culture more fully developed than at :any other r>.-('ILt-rri.. bUuLljerrie*. guavas, and mae }'v: tt a* wet!:
mils which cannot be excellent for beauty any ; point we visited. S&rlyaU the early tarietie: other .ilad1t ot fruit can be .ucce shilly aadprofiubh adapted.: a> any aunty in the Mate, aad wool!-

w here along the cokt from JIaine to s Hilh rVr- I bad teen shipped before we arrived June Vii.k. grow D of tt-cetable nl'fi kind I gntwib;; > ttry proftlabk- while tbe _001.

ida while upon the wet aide are M Marya I though throueh the courtesy of Dr. McMillan which any other portion of the globe can jco- (growers d the tooDty ship i|_ lice
river anJ Nassau aound: which are! na\irab for and Captain F \ Miller w e Lad the pka,tir : date and w hlch may only mentioned as bete t tai The sbeep are &o e\ja to tLni.

I, the large I, oct an Meanuhirw, and from its natural I I of sampling a remnant t-f the earlier rarietiewhich. aipped :North and West m yearlyinerersinet at all. aad the only trouble they are to the ptepi-

r advantage. I., destined to U-tt>uic :. great fur size and flavor excelled anything we uaBtilief ubL ie. p ea: beans, ,tucumlerual .. who own them i ito .bear the won! from their

i commercial tity Ve..eU from nearly all: foreign had ever seen The Concord and othtr varieties -, .e>. tomatoes, egg-plant. um k. aDd water 1.acL.
port- may be seen any day in us harbor were ripening while we were there, and were melou >f cereals can be raised corn. oats. rye, Tie soil is m etrry way fitted for the growth

t while there i. a weekly line of .ttaiu'Lip* (City I much sweeter than those grown in our own climate and rice. Of ror,t-crops, Irish and sweet-ptna- I! of tobsxct,, it being raised with little or DO U'

1 t>f Austin and City of I)ala! ) to New York laden I >oon alter arriving at Gainesville we toes arrowroot" tanoi ". turnips, onion, aDd I I lene Fruit of nearly every description dell
; with the bountiful crop ol the country, w hkh are were wailed upon by a deputation of iu citizen IJl."ttI Of staple productions, 'Ulraro<'.n cotton : i "ellrr"n.! peaches, and grape cf rark1**

raked and tbipped any time o( the j ear-from j with bug;;g1e. and carriage and conveyed U ramie, sisal hemp, tobacco indigo; Ac.. Ac. t kind have been: cultivated with *ucces*.
.! January DecemUr At low tide the water I the <
over the bar is i eighteen feet, a that no ili.TkultrU !: mile sxHith at Paine pr.irie.bid.., until done in Florida, and what can be done by any I more Out of a population <,f mt"I I

eipcrifneed in ahinning. From Fernantlina recent years, was a subterranean passage: for a man who will use the same kin-l of industry i thing! over two thousand there were only rUtt-ea

1 thet1&ntic., Culf and W
road diverge, running in a ouihw etterly direction "bf'rrof.but to now dOot'd.rri"ln: at lit sink or three richt here We met two young: into This county pos.ea-cs other attraction m the

acroaa the Mate to Cedar Keys, on the Gulf we found
f voatl. It U a good road and pea officer* and 4 iainesville, and a couple of hour wu pleasantly residents of I.a Cn*
manager are gentlemen who tudy to please the spent in view lug/ the rich hammock lands and its eighteen months" since. They bought twenty-: I Ij I counties. and Iroin .Alabama who are seeltioceitLer

shipper and comfort the pauengrr It doe an magnificent tree of magnolia, hickory, live oak j six acre of land and commenced the culture of health or pleasure

immense busineta in freighting and all alone sour orant'c./ ; .. while a bountiful feast
j the line of this road are springing up thrifty and the Juicy brC'lw-'u being prepared near by in York since January last and up to June I : amount of energy Holiaee county po -
enterprise towns and village, most nf which this beautiful forest by an aJc.pt at fish broiling :;tb last their eel receipts were a* follows I yes?is M many inducement* as any county in

4 are being willed by |.ersoas: from Northern All things being ready supper was announced. I stt.t.trv CM!laW.... at 't.e ,".....a'r. the Mate The I land are cheap and plentiful
Male when all surrounded the steaming viands, but :.erat.a.t sp ........ a. ,2:3 1.1.t ....&\ There are about 31fX""<) acm (..rtal("
Fernaadina through theuwlesr ft the Judge King, ot Gainesville. t !11 ..!WIPe of .....-.. at 3: .... : Und in the that can be procured at 7"
r At before proceeding. : c.\eawI.\ f ......,...... ....s .c ..,...... sacs aura county
officer and manager of the Atlantic Gulf and for ...,. a resident ol t1oricla..tt'I'J'f"tt for tents iKr aut. Other land can be purchase!
I cat India Transit Uailroad our party were lurt'.J. .delivered address of welcome in Tot 9l..tl.? at from *l-2; to f> per acre. The cost of clearing

furnished an extra train with special car. which word that burned with ekw uenceaudgoodhdfog l. Tht men had shipped five other car loads of is from r: to #1U. with cultivation the flit

enabled us to vWt all the {wino tons the line beckoning forward capital and Imml atlon melons e but had not received return of but one year

of thrirruad, at our leisure, which we did and from the North which wa responded to by Ma- These were taken from the return bill of I Theunlvdiadrantasethat Holmes labors. under -
many points interior from the immediate line of for Mnilh, of l'b cago0 advance wa then their commission figure men in New York which showthe tt tLe Deed of a railroad If t1.t'fe.>> one
t the riilroftd.Callahan.\ ordered on the huge pile) of broiled fish and other after deducting running through or near !t. It would soon Uetelop -
oct profit expeo.'te.I1.
t""b'1-KHU' nr-tlalion .eatables also a bountiful supply or melons, al! all its many resource, and betcrne one of
tillage C I teuton,on three and a half acre ot Uad
# of any note and U a of .VninhabiuuU > of which our parts and all hands generauybr; netted l.tM> on soil that never bad any fertilt- I, tie most I'rOtI"roul counties ia the: Mate
i and destined to become U the crossing of the Great Gainesville and its I zinc, planted anti all ,.Ut....
Ian"t thU point of bating visited hospitable T. .\. lUrl'V, of Ualtoavilk. who u rsgts ed! aary Nearly all of them are
Southern Railway, which it being built from >avannau. > I citi/en. shipfaa; ;ne oak red bay, ma: &uI'". a.h.hickory ptd In analog, ; or setting out timber for
Ga., via :Jt'1IIur. Jacktonville.Ilaldwiu From Games*'ille we went to Orange City, Arredondo. ', white oak, and pine timber had 'k the variou. Mw-mllU- Choctaw halt hie bay
the next Oation on the 1'OIUt.1.kJt.. I l&ttuonille.rcLer.. ..\ibi U. I1rocana.I : in cucumber shippotl to Any one wishia. t,. know, << more of this count
and acre
: quite a bu .in '*a in trade, and i* the pUnt at Otter Creek, Rosewood, and Cedar Key*. st pbtag : New a York quarter and netted ttflQ rid the i'&tcfa. For his WtU nod it to their Interest to correspond with

I whkh the Jacksonville I'ea-tacoU. and! MoWkllailruad I only a short time until we arrived at the !lue oak timber he Jelt10 cent par cubic toutMMW the Hoc W F (;rein, who >, more 1seeftarwith

I I cnMea.Law latter point where we remained oter uLjtt and Mick contain iSO cubic f.t N 'U w ill W the aunty than any one ebe. beis; PDt ether
ley, Uiv next station ol any importance I returned next day M tort of the land alow tb readily Mn that he i i. determined not to starve leadi&c ctti/ea and representing the cooalv

on the road u Uty-slx mike from Frr&aadiaa. I entire line of the road from F Fernandin to Cedar Ity the. war he i, a tar heel I '. from WilmhafU I tIt'tftlyean in tbe Mate l..gWatnrt1t bt-
and WM tint settled by Captain t 1fria. ofCleveland. : Key are adapted to the culture of sure cotHncr. ,.. N..l. says L* relied oa. Hw i>Otto< flke aadrest to

I3 : ()hen. fi>e year agJu who bought sugarcane. and fruits of ail detcriptiMO *.\.. u' tUe truth ot the above figum. we r.fer ['errs' lK rdo, Holme couoty. },..
13U i acre ol Und and in engaged 10 the lumber Florida U rapidly enk>('in,;. The If n* Ivy who read Ink to Captain Carr of The Hon. ..\. IL lUowa, o-ucu ;rklge. ;.
aaoo* may
trade. Heretotore h* has Uen shipf in W Winkle to over the fetter* that ban of the oldest citizens
\ an statue thw whha was >re. it with ... f oct aad u- whMB tb* w liter
+I l only, until rn-ently. he ha JMat'tiAM'd an excellent houixt her are! unloosed and btreciter HMo ..u.t Oae pW osier ..... we{ are Ke npt this poiat.Hue t of this article to indebted for nscfe ifor...

MW'ntill. .laida.m be in tlcratit.a alibis prvgrea. The |*or4e m other Mate and eouo- U N. TlKttc.. of Fef&aodie. stewed I titan refaoive ta the county be tasting Used .ia the

I the net ixty dv*. \Ve yj I pt nt the Sabbath w tthtU ,, tries arc Uf toeing In totuprrhtod the bet that k> at. ball o( rwwif** Kir Irish p tatoM satpfvdt I rou&ty for a great number of year. Ills ladH-
I i'aptahi and law rstimable lady, aced ..|..all I w itbin the: I"nUNraid there i. a i-ouatry tar .. New York the first I.f Mac, sal they netted tie fur U ,.lee all!: the r.*our<*. and ad van.

I mere! forget the hospitable treatment we r- prrior to Italy m climate readily acoNstbk- him ;7 7* it barrel tw.- and a ball k** h tea I tafi of Ii...... are unequatbd and be willthenitaly
: cvitwd, ditrrag oar Uy wttlt them. Capiata with a i-wpuUtion speaking! our own )angtttsgea the barrelAs I. five aay nee de4rhkfr foil sad tItI'rH'I

I tame w as teergetsc maa, tad W makMag hitfH tvnintn'' where the consumptive may hate ". ha ir..laa t wt utuw..lfei otaageohuM, i .iaf.na*..ae refar iac the cmmty. tale niari i
1. .> per nMMHh 1 la< tike .lofftaf aced liMoKrriMtrad I .*.>*MMtMe bo{ e of twine toNelU" we will xaralioft the arose ol Cobol Urt.. aaarrata4ka i a C m Cardu. I Holsa conaty. Fhv u.Tu .
I TtMM who are afUaioted with the pat knton >
T Front Uua putt a jac-Bk ,... |{..at..a&J 'bjrCaiUw -of Florida know that wader the proWriptm .Lat jear his crop of oraaya been sold for -.- .
Mac that tin be ha. otrtandtW
)(.... iWrin+ .... tbe CkieagncwkmM veremeet towards arsU -flSjMiw *
raw ( the paaW
| pulley of .. MIL FiwaviUA IxMfe-aA will bes I
4U Iw .... 1i"f"K., bat r 4w> to .T .lsgyaddress
with partira from Mule which we will s MNkk ......*..n. wWctt T*,. iti'dto >wlUsat Ike Indian w are coaUaaed thtor The FVrki swage to worth mute te say istarket far rise year om re aif< of il-53. TUs
uf usher lot tae .. slat
I taaa r a
Kiatf.ley'. UU. algae Inks elM amt, a isle a kN f *...rV** ot years, ** runt! a aamber ol Wi aaacb say batter From lujv. sttip. valuable ...et will uoatain a teed of Itlt)1gtM-

we lotMid one 04 Ibe most brauittul ..... upimIh4a t&ctDM" sad .si i" >ped mealgrarioa sad the re. Cuba ttwaft'.laiaaira.. so Palo kits >*c HaIxoMaaaa. tioa t& r.o,d to Flatida that caaaM hs nbllttasnItoaa .

KTMNI' earth and ICee aaty five pet oa..- suit wC ta* ( ...ffdrra.e war Mt 1M people .1. and Califorak uraitg. AuHd.y. nor as. any (..that woateFnna
g.eUtsas c Mki ladW.-wbrre a dy ws. pWsantljr what de.Utttte ol Bsooey These were art all
tae Florida M
.} waling uLwrrasitaa. of Uw lake .... I ttttdUNcultM sad drawbacks lUat Florida aa. Lets But wben oraage placedsluighk -- -.- -- .
of slant. will rnaiigiiddavbk
tb.atirrataidi.ianion)' At la* .IMMT ol higltitttKi Wad to roatead with. Erroacou Ideas ia r.sarUIt ot any they
a dfopatdi< of tac Ilt *. lain
al... the price Matsstsc tbbH mat
1Y ..r w.. ........-.d. a 4 ..ri a waw wodddu the cHmsle. suit" sad gwewl character t4 HM pi'ose '
butter 10 ki.c. and ,......*. after whir a Mate for health wa ......"aaMd. .... to a gnat beroad ceHta&th's. tbat l"Ior _* Weaned Msaitor. C W ....'... ts I i
iraverMnl FWida from the AUabUc the
wagvMi load ol m.Iia-rte .... deliciotM wrttt extent iri prevaU assist taove who hove aotvMiicd c k bard at work ta tb* uMctwt of his estate.: Me
lni aced bsek. latwiarfnm
hull of ) vtoitlog preii&s
sea were .MM lor. and aU Ml .... it was taM eonairy the railrwad. walked on lout tor two or bas succeed to atlractiag the "atMatio of the
9tM4 1.. bet IMM.. Tae ir.. <.<4sjcnsua a ate.t Florid .. foawdWun feitboritM
past at Waihtaflfia u tb
Iud nul*. dariag she biter part of BMMSta caaaitlua I'f
\ I..t". the CUte*;> cs>k*> tea ttnwii I the ..... that the Mate i. a s ace t swamp.
...( Wilt a BMuaW .f mw.wn. w" nit all of alv At. fur raM ag muv..ttlkiea. alHgatur. sad sad loft put v4 the prrxral .....h. and we Ndam teal in 11 esters Flerida and otWsajte1N Ala

wheat we Iwcwne a<. | taicted. a&4 wad IkwtNw ftuga. w ih an ocraft>.al .|."t s ffic>*aUy elevatedBMB lOW su mart as ease spmtefal be of Macaas Maw t*rtk lafif "';wdila.l; awtin co--' A.
w atcr Yule sutt w stir Pan psucrad at all
.H p4ra J wiikj u.. ivwntry and eta pr*i Ike "c ttoOed in the Mate, at
(lobs i'Uy. 4Xtr-Bte mite fro n tw..*.. 1lt.irt error AM ........ had 'e. fo a4at*.a ia thereport i jai swap
tfitaa. at pree a dte ..".... I tit a BW saint .d the t'''lIuahuoMu a(puiat" l for. she iiatiMtil bv dtggiac Iris *awteea to eigb- tad the Jet Uapaaiat ot the gigot aatunlc malt-

w hat targe body HI .la.dw h..%.e brr .u. by Mate to ikt .w nap sad ov..ftowe4. l lsB
owe of tike wart eMf! g*<*c eMU,., >4 ilueafo.aad their dean.> ubiata (we toagiaei a* roach Uax! tbuttf the. njf4e..these.... M'HI1 Fbtriaa.Tboaaaa IP Ue. U UsJtay a* profwi Mintfs will i be uta.dc. of Mill.....*. to.

k the M r..t atattoa to Ktf.Wy-' UW .\ fur the Mate as J"Ilr dINT. very larg ifaaatiiy ol al say puaat**we of"arm of la Uad cas be obtainedavar hat wbe CoafMM ........ the Mriaalc" ,.ill br
tU*" "brtUl 1 nUI W erecicd 'at Uus J u'o. aid Joy Uad waa niami apua the hat, aDd also may
: the .... tai the .\*-*. its and West .
a4f ** to bare tic ytpiu.ptisUsms| totu
proUMy }eo faa.ttle. (Of none f iwoi Ckteag* will bwdM.oC&ad'" ,fracioef.... that Uxvleredufwo
settle at tier point *ifi C the i MSMtf f.H aa4 the taaamrraak Uk.. scatured east U>eraawtry laJsa Traani K.iirtml far. *l.M ft acre, ao4we iaprov.-s.t sad tee ntbtxaiof w H bs team
.diKe the ctnaate t. be far
ewe baattbytbaa
S winter were" metadM adr. the had. of swamp the moods of tile ciianei sear Fort E'ictraa-
Marl., UM MX; ........ U tbt cwt.ir ..at fill LuwI. .
tbe neataisle ao man will, fee !.w isle 1/aahatt+,. I w.sitsjis. llet ab
Iletriittsd ..iy. a slat \in.,. of 4*u Lhahi !L lrad of waiK{> trig the gracfal coaracter-- ,


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MIDDLE FLORIDA. .J.I 1 'et' L. 1 It. I' t .w \x 1'r:
+ len,'it t the oneft"'"t1., an.I"1 .'n.i'M rtthl.' rt., ..n.... '" 'ia'r., hilt uanait! 1",1'I.i I. a 'tat.rr"v -. .. .t :run the ffmnid' ..4 bpi,* ..1 t ptwastsr I

i I ta the Slat Theta. bat rrrmtly ..... IIIIt| liP'" ta..i and ta<' tr'ie omhl. The r* BNfctlssnuMlto : citiren tat. jolly, tad gami<*tt.*M. who h .1I.alm.l ...

i .1 0..1 h..1a +'1 rile ... ....- ,tJ the 4'hattaltnrehm rivet 4 (to* at..*M T. be <. *ts not iHUftQy so jMp but tint dIIJ "snfr.. ia hltn ,....1ft r fl.tr tw MMtltf"l

Plwiss4i 'y If %iedlera .1ior"osfatpitr r liiintn J",, '.., piyiax bet w em (<
; '.at-w..Iblwf me (...,...utl. b.. d' ) Kafiinb.. .\.*., where ramwcthia: i i. II..V. I a'tIMtlc) ptwit Taking *lvm e of the matgiit made by the late wet taat u** had Uw p.kn."IA't&

with >lontffam4<< ""y. mid. connrftion tea r witl <.f UM po.l-! nnn will drive ;t wafnctltroQfh I ( fomIIng upon ht* karc nd .hiiiBltfriafOADSDEN

A oofT* i nde ;l o( the. Chicaru ..lupirsethlNnl Na.bvik *... the North MK! W< ... Crtnnrl ... II I the wornl in aim."*t any >Hr..tan paNgorlr amt .".xhinr; vamp tot hilt twenty' sec

t y T Tr**. who U:" r Ttahwl MbMie$ *o I IV rn'.Itemrral >*j' rin'.n! 'Vul t1(the .I. '*. A. "I. itIt The woods s...... from them, are rvrywh! I acrd heir S

West Florida, gives Uw f
of then two section of the Stat.. iasr inl.> the Mate by ttii* line will V pawed 'term from the number and acre of the palmetvte4." lttat i I

Being divested nf the bartily-] -olord and Off er his mad, and hut pers-w* cntntW to pros. they are generally dry. aal t omnUtut without' I COUNTY ORASSE MATTERS.At .

town statement usually merle by cormpHi pwct m.v purrh* e it. i,. .. .w<'r the J I 1'I I d>stbt the mot" deirbie ATBiing or orchard -

dent wriUn for Ute North-era press, we Inset tit., htlf rater,. Unds In toe county. There to n t doubt hut thai I a late Mectm< of IZiney Una**, \o. U,

it Hi oar column It H almmt ietp,*.tbk- u. w rttc :aUxit aroontri!' the lalmettccws<< themselves air in excellmt Indication ,
l I ll otn were suddenly lr n.f.ortp'd' from ibuak .' when .. mft'b'-''ft 'II' lorn with. soHttleeorapnrsitlve i of the fertility I of tbe oil,f>r their a hebiiunl I fhe OomntHtee<< on' Agriculture mad the following -

I of the M John river to Oft('! of Ui inconvenience, without holding' out liorws o f In potb, which they pprtr i<, cnllrci' re} ort. which wr (ifl ert in ottr eotnmnsby

Middle or western counties of HoUda, it wonfcreqelre wcee to many: who<< will never mHre then with their .deep root, which <>ten extend "'rrTf' I i request"
stretch of the !imigifHtkw on !tr.'eeing I the earth. I
six feet
no even<< with what: ,1... might cnn-kler gnat effort or into
the rolling country a'f Suwannee. Midi. During the past four years hundred of letter wiaqnJry Tbe reader must. not confound the pond 1 I In the beginning of the present' year nor farmer

i <&on. (1a.l lm. Leon, or Jackson, to tn.l f'e I have come' under my obvrvfttion Iron'', bate mentioned! with .warope. for they hue lit I I commeive.1. the year's preparation in biitl.

the b*rief that the surrounding were tho *! of i.. I all t la+ e* anti condition of people, during t<, tie resemblance to swamp They often have it spirits. Everywhere the eye was greeted with I
I Kn eland village, and that through the val of wood small in new fences or old one' newly repaired, and the
New ; : obtain information about the :State and th<*poi i i. tbe centre a piece *, extent I
I !eys flowed' the Connectkm*, not the Mtwaaneir bility 01 their making a h..iDItfl' Florid:1rto called a "bead," further distinguished by tbtkind < jrCMInd'tolt put in excellent<< cnoJitt.n.1 ho

<> the .\Apalarhlcola. you go wet' by U*. ; *.ewos :a soil and climate capable of bringimj I of tree that predominate, as bay-head "or ', time since tbe war wa tbe prospect so gtmil fora

I lack-onville I IVnsaco'a and Mobile JWI..y-at.. to pertecthwi almost any of the vegrtabl': \ or fruit I willow.head." rlxcept fbc. the ponds are ac .I tine yield" The spring,however w..ItM ant
!Live I o"a.'b rt' connection ann ant they backward and the summer until very recently
ter cro{<* usually grown at the North at a time .1!I oemihle to the --an am tl..uaJ1Inbab.
j ,a.1e with Savannah and by the leorgia rail tbe yetir when these trots and vcretabte brine: il..1 by A*b. esceailvedydty Many places were without ram

I -oa.k"itb the North w est-the ."ndy Mil n( I very high price" in the North The later reeiuirl'ol The streams uf the cuatt region are ,b..rt. ri- I, i i')r four or five week' *, just at the time when most

I Eastern and southern Florida becomes mix* k in market gardening liere i i..* about the. In!: three or four miles back and they have uu >f the important.nqi were maturing i

t with a reddish da,. Sxm the face of the onwn same a*at the North rocs the ,rmy and I'"ot.(,,.,: ally worn for their bed deep ;nlliei, for thai 1 her people have exhibited tbe most adversities astonishing II
: try becomes rolltn:. the red clay more frcqucntij nnx-ewes reiiuired to stet early vegetaliW there reason there are not road parallel to the bay.. patience and endurance ,
visible :and occasionally the tram slashes throttfrtt far back to bead tbe creek. and oppression, web as the world scarcely ever
enough e
I !Land* are quoted a* her sale at from >f"i to f Vi except \ I the late,
very respectable cat whose sides town abov" tier acre Cleared land. in first rate hicatktni .. These gullies must be bridged, an.l not till then ftitnewted before, ami l.10 sincerely bole

t the top of the car. Crowing: the Suwaanee I are oftencr near the larger J than the urn*!! figure i iI i will our mot desirable land bettoyiew.. drought m,y not nrovs "the feather to break.
famous in song,: -at }Kllavillc the )home ot (>ov Slate land nn' be tiought for f 1.:i" per vre and I I Moreover, the margins of these gall ie*.an J of the UK camel's back. If.o calmly review.... will I

I smut Drew :and the site of his extensive lumbt'i i I t'iO acre of I' S. land can be lorated* a homestead bays and of all hammock., are thickly covered instead of becoming discouraged I

mill. the railway enter MaJi"'on county w hew for )\\, but to this latter the homesteader<< I with scrub >f various species of oak. These regions ten) that there U touch tn cncotiragn un. !

!! .ield. of com who *. talk- equal' ia height tbo ifrt no title unless after .ix: monUi* rek1ence on I I.1 ot' scrub are almmt Impenetrable by hone In the first place, there is nothing heroic that fortitude augurs

me sees in Iowa, amt who long plump ear and i ultivatkm of the land he pfircha the I or man cal they constitute a very important I better for our future than tbe
five promif a yield of at lean :)) ba.hel* to same at 41--- per acre'or after proiW"of residence! satire in the topography of the coa-t region. which the Smthern peopta have 11J.rls.t'\1 'in ,
of the
; UM :acre alternating' with ontton-flekk now itt and i-ultivation for five year. when the government >n" more feature of the mainland remains to liaring their breasts to the t.ninet..m'

t Mootn. denote that tlw*. Maple are here sic gives him patent.. There are ntanv :greet! 'e noticed, the hammocM.i. To the Northern last twelve or fifuen years
foU\ cultivated. Prior to the war 1:;.1.1t.1M :Now is the winter of eMir iltcontenl iniitlcillorlinis
I e* reader it is almost enough to of them that
tra ts of land still open to homestead. entry, but say of York, and all
'-1 of rotton-principaU. long; staple ten mot of them are i l""att'\J. No one fthoiikl think they rescmbl the forests of the :North except summer by this mn
from )IaJi. n but with I I the cloud* that )lowcreil upon our bUft6f' m the
arty onnty
./ CTpiHted of coming to Enrich witliont mean. to live six in the chancier of their growth. No narrowleavod "
'in entire change in the I h1''>r yteni the pmJoriUM month* at lea!!
I largely de I'M..I l The nest<
"'\! Mi. di:!erln, ia n. e# ential nartkulanitrooi noi. Iowa or Minne' 4.00" nvi"t tmlM! towers majestically tiny or sixty feet, overtopping dusk. and peace* !and if ",could live through

Madivm in its topurapby .w soil), sad pro- I holt.1 land in condition to'ecrivethe the other tree, and: always indicating good what we have undergone, who can foretell .xir

facing e.i ally :good morn anti -otton. Kntrii: t; .1 your.... and wait your for Use crop to grow; (>el.ir.- and dry land-land that if not always" dry can future "pro.peritv. -irwhsckUtl amt trial' free whkh,!!purified"' -
I.eo to county, the ,urface
inorv n>!Hn:. and her and then 1.tl"eQm M.. ; 'nee grove i" a gourd thing to liav.., but i' 'vi! water oat lto.1 1 red l buy, under these the everrrvment u..lerkone..sir pathway made (pkiner >.
crossed who** water* lath down a rocky d rliity \ '. saw .>r dwarf palmetto and interlacing the le**)n* we hive l..n..1-ll"1ICIOo.lI{ industryof
be five at lead more m..elrn or -nludotc
: in a.* rollicking a moil a. Northern trout I years all and frugality. >f patienve, *>| forbearance, of bar
any it ,""*" .. .r very to,elf Uermemttr'r tint and 1 bin-lin: them together are grape ivy ; aril In
'(;'oak l'rt""f'DtiY'OlI :are looking from tbr < atviritlavs oniaininc .' % io<+. and frequently herbioeot 'lnN of ram itabben..ia-oil ideas' exploded new ones
Florida: i a large Mate, < : mon r iar-
ahamlone and
old tilt <
4i .,( hilK 'loos I tried and proved,
upon a uccc .tft tops i inc
mike, titan Iowa or Illimii*. bH. tltat its pupal !tart arowtb .
in.1 aket are hrre shad with tore t.. of hickory, ; lion 14coml..ratiuoJ anal, probaMy' not>.*..'>.*'. Rut as you leave the > o* t the character>l tb. better route marked out
:eta hay < n(rid.i' mahogany ado "ml white, w'aT ami that un'iw| locttc near one 1.i. the tour '.Mintry changeTh: creeks give place t<. In the IIII'CIm.1 place not only ha the drought
yo soil uin
". anI lire oats hew'tit and tna n iliii. and titerrlivnteil bown bow wonderfully doe our 'u
: \ or five towns of :any on..Ierahle. siryo"i hI"ep.of"t "t / ;
al of rain at
into rield -tbo Lindca brine not unlike fm'lty during Jon 5 continued >ence
to lead' a frontier life with tin enntingt.ut' the Manatee, : &, and reset creek. TheDiner I crop
a tniuiature of that >e>'n true the < at*kills.X"w I and e\trnive prairies the nto..t important time 1"1It ha aloes demon
inoonveniem-ev If MI are clerk or \ batwrL ( Jmpjtear appear1'mn I
yotj lieeome 'en-ible of the runid 1 1e*-rut I a actually deto :Nature in the creative strata) how wo ('an. at a very Isle time of tllf'I I
1."I'r| it may be, well for >o>i to know that many: pro : *. Our farmers I
'.t th<' train into.-i valley and when the brakeman men uith mean\ enough to live t.,sat.. '''e**, for you can ri>k* over the prairie but a lit year wtppleflient" w lib crop ,
I roiine;: within the last few
and tbe rains have alien I
Tallalia-iv. alicht ale
annountv y xi '1 while before become convmcetl that it i" e
I here during the winter and ate tilling Id aciepiituation you !
iiround. but In Tain for the capital city olFlorida have twin rnergetU ally putting out potatovines
look : almost withotit remuneration. It y'xi not yet time enough for the pine forest to have days, t
I rrt'SlImf'511 continue
'peakiu:? from l personal experience.probably are a profi...nioual) man you will find many: uiyour onered them. The pines are Men advancing to plsntinrpoca1., and we cabbage
than that until late in the fall planting turnips,
few pleasure are crcatrr ono and small in advance. :
prof"iion in all parts of fI>>ri&la !barely take I p'o.wus4iuri, young ones sowing for I
fact. w bo **horn and raiuJ"among m living. If have KMTW mean, I
making: a you reali/e that there
tore familiar in hi4youthful until .hallll'art'f'ly!
retie itr 'crnr..imilar to I edges less distant from crating we
around tbe more or
enough, to I here and keep. you going: pot,
nng you committee we
day and after Ion; re -idrnre the dense forest behind them avant courier of I IurpliDfj has been any drought and your I i
oneself r"lrftl\ month or while are working I
4Yt'af. you theclow
chronicle the fact at
the level sands of Ea\t Florida. to find The i. beautiful hope( will be able to i
JWtl on farm or Ranlen, can get alon., are seen. scenery M
sensation not to be your you of tbe that there is peace ami plentyin
hill a I
really climbing a If you have no mean and no knowleO of t'& U impressive. :No grandeur eaceptwhit I year
<*a'ily for,tten. There had been the night: before farming are unable to do bard work ran the massive forest in the background inspires Nit county.
or you the
that bog j
4 heavy rain and everything war c lean and i of the \Ve take pieiuturv iu aumHiming
starve here a* ca..ilv a* anywhere eUrin th- but a scene beauty, heightened by are wakingup
and The brick-red clay had bvcn is I encouraging' as our tx-ople
fresh green. world rejection that it is beauty unseen that spends its'elf crop l
.> nioiitcuol l that no lust aro'c. and the w indingdrive after scarcely noticed by human I on the meat lu9lU..n. We would call the I
I The month closing has Bern a favorableone year year
jut article published I Iu
of over half a mile from the depot to the attention of farmers to an
the for
the for ('Il'l.net penetrating cmintry some ;
for growing and prospect<< cotton
elation of spirits proportioned crop tbe lit,*! from one of our leading tjuinry nter
city produced an miles first find the cypress abundant
Itemarkabtenucce thirty
and i I. excellent you
cane corn them on tbe siib-
elevation of the bod.1 a previous visit chants If that does not aroiixe
to the has been achieved in cereal in Middle I have still to notice tile keys in the powwssion I
the ttrects were thronged with excited neither will they Iw jiersuadeil though, onerue I
tm the capital Florida and it i I..* afe to ay that provision for of which Manatee county abounds. The wordkey Jed| I
of all tbade of color from the dead
politicians : .ix months U nft"h houetl' The late fruit is Anglici/ed form of tbe Spanish f-'H or i
the attention of fanners to
bimorou for tbe inauguration of one. and another \Ye would also) call
< in abdndam-e islet and is! applied to those long narrow Islands !
to sir the other of the rival candidate crop* ate yielding unprecedented the results of wheat-raising by Captain Ind Is, of
eager that the west coast of the leoloallia.1.
I'mcbela of enormoti iti/vand delicious flavor art- fringe ( I In I
wheat successfully
seated In the executive chair. Madinon. We ran raise
for (ioernor
of tbe
the salient
most all geographical points I
budded Florida
plenty mostly needling lree i- will. Ut us do it Ift m
holin and wire Middle Florida if we
Tbt"f'C:1.4 button- :;, log-rolling Mocks and :Northern bud. Trice are at from coast are keys Cape Florida' Cape Sable, and I eke! that can be raised,and when '
talk of and threat of violenceNow side everything
!pulling: Romano are all The mainland is
:;ticrntito41 p'" hu..llel. C irapwaarecorning. in in Cape keys. I that everything ia wesill ;
: evident that Tallahassee was under to learn what
it wa bid The which lies between tbe "i e come
inside. water
The melon h.* 'been
influence of unusual excitement .\ great quanlitw* imp I find that its name i i. legionCome i
the no and mainland constitutes tbe hays l of I
Miiall of tobacco t asl4anld keys manyIit'erent
.. ucces a crop others will die
if ,
drawn the former let us, no
cracker"cart single ox ,
by a ; but well ami) will proper name which form so Influential, patron t
freighted with melons, the latter Ntn>.lc by a ,ho bmale it i* doing the ripetha't' t feature in the topography of South Florida I and the idea of making a i-cilty of any oneping

ragged: negro, creaked alou; the street ; umlerthe w crop. me the wordlnt.ut'ntlall14hlIle&Uy. for their value and kt us try if we cannot It'a taste of I
in the of negroet -.---- real independence, such as lies in tbe provincef
trees market-place group 'incalculable. fret they abound IP fish, oysters
.liM.uing the lrcident t southern: policy, and a genwn<; farmer and .boltly' ele.JM .
SOUTH FLORIDA. t and clams, and all of tbe very tint quality. .... Wool, I
f on tbe sidewalk wa* a j4anterortwo from tbe [ think they are unequalled. Then .onceivo of
)(. lUTRM,
co or a group of citi/en: sitting before a HVNATB.E; tm-STV. Florida without them, and you will appreciateLbeir ,
The 'ethuat busine -.. .1..1. t'\"I.\ LJrTKn.tnmmitt.
>iore warm, value. I have seen and am constantly seeing

hilL and no one seemed patticularly I interested /la TspgtrjAa-Fnl.rrr'1 tIw f4 emt Jc. little boats that two men can lift traversing; +e I

in anything: bat keeping cool. Between nine pWA-/h4"J F rrNNj Maif (lrAAPl J11.1 J.F- be! whole length of tbe coast from the Suwanne ,

.i4' I IOVK anal three the less eflort made at tb'n the to the M iami. Some on pleasure,excursion. THE COST or STARTING AN ORANGE :

Inure *atiC&ctory the result but daring: the afterIH 1 4r..err of llururia-Rwiv4fvt.tiirarry sit m:Htly fur bu.;ine* \\ berever on one of ,

a breeze came uI' from the < Jnrf of Mexico -The I,.... "-17tc 'aarp4 ttPi_. ilyslrr.. hose bay you plant your homo you are not Inca GROVE.

-only eighteen miles awayam, the evtrtine I 'l ad flam*, d.... Jr.Eatendiag +uible to the demand of friendship or com I I
and night as i* almo invariable tin* ra..... w adeliKhUiilly mere Itarely do accidents happen upon tht'UI I The Orange I'aik Company| who own a large I
cooi: along tbe Gulf co ant 'from the fact of land on th: west bank uf the SI. Johns
; aDd so regular are our winds that be is a |norttudrnt I
The ,ccti.in: of the State known a. Mkldk i iHMitbern portion of Tampa bay and includingthe of nature who cannot foretell thiirealber 'iver. make the following estimate of t my log,

Florida lie in latitude :!Jyl deg I" ;.U Nt.. and whole of Sr nta bay and Charlotte lUrbor. for a l'on. .Jt'I'lIbl4! timeo i spiral I, bearing fencing, anti planting meet a fiveacreraag

twtw.een Si and t)5 fir longitude west of
rich The ell; and climate adapted io theroHib Jay and tie mysterious Lake Okeecbol for 'mall stock of brad and e ilfee yo-i almost live hew .-- pew ...... u lea f'e a.w. tt'r'
: of cereals and cotton ibis union of the its em t rn. tbe twenty-seventti parallel of latitude from tbe ,.. .- . Py I
Ute was bt-(ate the war settled I by pUnier intersecting iu r-'n, lies tbe 'uunty ofManater sea k..Mg dud .... ......... .. im r I
Not but that bate storms-squalk in the .Nat
Florida It we T1rw. haa4sd.art. firir t....,..,.eIIt rauw t
in Nrath i at
tt'fmlttedht' ultivate large practically
whose mean ( 1 to a Dimmer cyi'looes 10 autumn and northers mbe 1T.oleJ.. f lt
acreage sad during the war. when supplies" prevent, for all agricultural pursue, the mutkoutbtrn winter They are the exceptions, and yo)
hunt abroad could not be procured. lh* part of I portion<< ur the peninsula on the hull yxild conceive of a climate like o irs tiring by I.N

Florida supplied m4 only the& citizen* <.l the rout Certain: joint on the coat below, ant) tt4 monotony without them The keys are The "ula'tJtMr says of this Tile above

ute with provUiou and roateiial. lor duChiD(. the Fkrida keys for special crop or two and a rt'ot'nlJrbaD very half a mile ia breadth stimate is entirely ton high The very best piue

but exported lar;e quantities of su|'plte. to Mate "strip of land on the south bank f the Calomabatch bough l.a Costa M a mile or mote In wkltb.Hiny and, io the most favorable Realities, ought not
where from various raue.. pnxluctUm was tatsIrr4iWe ie, form trifling and tbe only exceptions miles and 10 cr acre Tbe same quai-
) of them are ten long<< they are to cwt (mor than f r
| I Uoun.kdun tie vast by be fw w an n to this rule. Its very distance and inaccessibility parate river for iearalt fifiy milr from I have kept travellers from it, and it is only Ju l and even
navigable if ten overlap by narrow p..*e.: tbrougubich ought in this county a1..2'1 |parr acre,
tbe talf and the went by the Apalacbknla. beginning to attract any attention from tM outside be prkvor
on the tide flows in and out and they<< are the ran Thirty dollar woild an staple
which, furnishes transportation two only to tbe world .\. an tx-Goveroor of Florida toW and for clears
admitUoresscls O acre
'nlets of our commerce: as w U.uttUally fern-ing five actrs,
iulf but connects the railway pacing; thiougbtbi the writer ten years ago in :New York. there of five: feet draft with a coupe of feet of even heavily-limbered pine Ju.I |. a Wit I

Kn of tbe Mate. with Northern floss, the were too many alligators and mosquitoes there rater torut'. They are ample for the present rvw. Two hundred aDd fifty tuut-year old& sent l ling
ilitie ( Middle Florida ami kir ex, fur him" so bas iU reputation been. The inhabitants wr
I* or reaching ind atura demands of our commerce, and the tree can be ooibt at 20 c cU per tree
po rtfar ,it.ttekwla, ate arpatoct by u y bat are generally a peaceable and quit peor4 wys ire IlIf'rftCbarbt.n.. The shores of the key 2.1 cents at the ..,.we. O tir ectitnate kin there
that part of the Mate aMliguoea to tbe'St. Xttta* so littkr cognizant: of the woe of tbeir cli awards the mainland are always covered with acre would bit as follows

r,, tVU.n the w ar clo*cd, and the ow nert of 1.0.1 and other advantages that they have looked the central ponion is tMHudlybkkly -
i gonad l&.elDM'ln wilfcuuttB4 iBcootkag strangers with II sort of ewiosMyLb mIlDff01'wtau. F.w .. ft ptt-- !.*... .' f I f> h-* r'e r.
piiBtatioB upon 911 41III.Pt-
I a,7e toadies with the cabbage lat f8. And ..,... <
.... 1..cultivate tbeir Umk, "many"" >>be "kt add that a yeoerl-
acre is. mangrove ...
to .. ..if them far the RMMH "! IITIBJI.Kbf .. I brim ally l ap4kd. to several H.....tn of salt-wsler tree"- ...1.. baah.4 1b4 tit, t .ori.. .1.M .,.. .t ott...
sad << allowed &.rare'radot to fo to w. ft We hate aver 4.jm( ) auks "t terrHoeywith and valoaWe.aar .t- -
bcaattfol .
wall : .) of ....... << avm e ofMM hey evergreen, ataml.L ._.
fcifc c ltivmUBf. ... aHMMAt M cur uui4ts I. probaWyMM pop M aa o ruwtef at Cap .We sixty feet birds but T.
... The saocciepiwl awl u.eul. over six Umilin of Ave pmo to tW towa- .. .ta therurfi .
but tMwtr
a aUr M yip recede north, sib.. Us acct ftosOml pk.li
frksHl at .
and W. well the inmiigra Tb* A
.. natural ill
1.1I11ct. by can** asass: nsiit c* NYIO *
.. I aai 'fII4. l I..r < KOla bum ftvst acre mine
... thruNjie the ti. rrtl+tLin.. Itt s.t..pioyralp .world COQMJ i k all b 4ur.you wbtte to efun.s af out MI aaaa4e. .ue e
...... -j ...... ..... .. evMI1+o 4y baetss. isWtC
fri In wank' ad hssdeetis 4 smsrui nethin It is i p "' .. toss r*..uu tk.11 write IL k
..... Wad.
nda sad ".......". MId... IIIC wwit ......... Th. d"UQII&I)' M !"to I t. sort anppo..tt '.... h.aeily Ils.beled I | .
fa Vlss.f. Tbe 114eteta FItotbrs. '.... ".ua...
.. uia sy ..Mm Me mire cua& m. .
towsw awl btdWias' aid 1 wtnsIly w aid IMd t UWt i any laud. except a shell ....... .f t.
Tale 'k' car iR ....t .\ p1.ataOuQ .4 :.If1J1 'JO Tie '.U&H, that M. ...".. tfc*. tW,,4y fret .ViVIke at Mouat Its
"'rr" III twos coslaty war iwmgsged hi its printed. .level, Fl.t" tM..kiwi. te site the keel ,..rJ I '* asM huaoh s d aetw. ...! t .*..i Mart* : ill 't Knmr** U JM 1..t bay tt* kad. Isbe

'r 1W? wbmem3u.uy IM payt.est of the marta ,
.ale 1.a. a.w.tI I by |mrei.aMr WM latfod to, tad I..tle tun. ia tl.e tttQac.at: 01 W SMM> praa varktk He r..cyMW WO .
ukake 1.M py i* n. ant UM profwrty witti i Ha .errata t., the wsytret :. a.zp'retad' J ctMnai&gristas or twenty -
i..w.r. a'iw uot of n>..9. has clrmefioesrttt' <>f riJfe. aod gUd tad pod. Then ana. .*>4 of wk ia la k '*BVilk f* TIM?.V). .
of TMUus Ywr
sash .. c\tdt tMI 'it willrifUMl scantly Mil far tfc* poI Ik form a very e *rmil fraUir* >4 the coast )>(sisal Ileaaaat can paint U> a grape-vine tbirtyIve aeries ef any amber .

.. OMt at UUM dwailisig. ....... .. ... .... r -. They vary in le from fifty jarts to year eM _bleb measures twenty-atoe. aDd IMWIMK4XT e.a be obtained by aJ.tn.ehtc

it. This|t. rt ufUM I/wttM s especially a4spts4s.J sit a raw la diametter.oowtima two or tbrtmtlM half ladies ia drcsuafertfior aDd bears Urge j .iiMnt, F SWIJC, TaHaoaiac, n*. lrice ten
irtllrweat .
ertthtl by a ..oUtKio with< romtme a.rass starl, a I IOBM'tt.a dry Wwe tail they art bororrs-4 tflf" yearly Tbe same locality taaat a live ear rack




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I 1 yv, f lIIHn'f'1JJ.'T"" OIIyualOfUo: -f Ilk".,""* kidney d tontDk1'fK <>, vaiutb4e information .to p ibli bed as WM ever i imues ia payment of their claims .M. wsrriat*

'I"+tlpthr s,.... .... tie _....:fI"f"coM" .i,,. 4H 1 .-f trrt rHk. I of tll.botd feftl' printed ia any work c-l a thoetand pager, (rest : on the Treasurer wh* b f ioc m tapir el ta them hand

.f_ .../onus the Ha*. e tklaa* MfsnratMr 5 .f tee,.tttT," tmt, 1 ef j-errtonrrt" *. 1 of f rn4ekHM care h taken t.u make e\'Cry'blt'1Dt'at thorough I applicable to this purp01- nllQ' NY

..... ... .. R"e...agr .hv4 ayua hteodttg altttifl. ft?@(r. 1 ntf e.ragettlye tla..iH.. 1 drowned. rt4ab4e. Mast I cerdlaHy do *e extend a wei The creditor, therefore ia order In reinslrutse

..... ... rrtkb.. a ...*.....> .a..- Iw pert 4 Kfc**.. tt.kn(w a-rn* rrf-trte: l < .f the taLon same to our able co-laborer in the case of l himself ells! the warrant on the street and In
I ,..... fa py.v L.ntei ettM 'ery h t1e fa.-f tnMtf \'f'f' r tab manner to created tie floating debt That
., ltefB tmmigrati.n.-Amish'
?S white sad W speed : **
deans were ( pe (4eV
.. fII en
.....".. lesws.k.ne. a pMMtkal.st.et Lave some lntrinic value to
I I*hnrrfrrf. .Artkfc\ h...... ... Ief' pmiMr.r. -.. wefe rt Kkte f.f the city, 4-" amt re.it.u. soda .- tbee warrant may
f k* Nt,. o|..>nl Mitt awe of wtftr .... ,.....-o..t.. : Mhral reakietlte ..as uo1..oe.. Jatkftf+oytlle FLORIDA FT5AKCE5. the market, the Mate ha madv- them a :legal tee-
.1.r Mak.est eesL.i.s4 Ia t.owttaksn t.tM + der in payment of taxe The amount eat ti
1 ; drtam bit a population of 01 cr 100., .to thejoint ...ij< bkb aNW.M by Ute it.ri i t4 ls.lrtrtua. t* to debt has fluctuated! t idek. Mat a*-
1 tr,r tie majerHjr of inraHdi who Ttoit Ffofkl } Yeti in iniportaace after the fc.'al jue t>oo* ate hosting
be trl.r4rl
: I ..fttlaNe et.taepuv.ted. MIN the value and rrOO-IKtinneu! of tbe roil and J I stands at atwot 170,0 0, an amount not larger
IA4Mt of '.'" Maki rtrt.tec a.rlttoj; rw (o % teekiag i heaHii, aDd for tie acren IIWIItt4s .
J ?j lain .uM1- la pay ....... pn.tair time for wfekh the shire compitatioatbowta tmbn"ft. ito advantageous situation comes the con ideratk than will be required for payment c\f the current
t fit the amount of contributions levied by the taxes sod while the re (uiremeeu of tawUte
. mortalHjr mH eictuJiftg 10 In e.cb t/'X >n
necessitate farther i ..,... the
will a *
1 and the for whkh theM
.1/,1"I:1:71.\'O 11 TI" : Optttatk'fl We doabt If any city in the I nk>nwHh Government, purpoaea '
r amount oaUUnding at the Iliac of the ****& fff
H. Issp.t.ll!. ae.a.dai Nht .....k an val somber I Tm rash pre e the coivmns of the N (K.R\ST a. an Item of iottrwt the next LegMature will W nits small that we
the HM.I each t**.,nfc a. Tit IhH ra* r..***Sa4 a Utttr l ItodDC
U|..,ciaJ ral+ W h* aJtoord a Ia,.. *.rttWaira4Seirncriptioti. ,. ..- to the aettler the fallowing bort account may consider that the Mate will then Live attained
robs IkM-rtr l.. ... a...e* ttaw.. A&.wtrt iu..P .sbe .. cf the finances of this Mate. a ca h tii4 in its finance*

p.M for t. tadaa... TO OUR CORRE3POyDE5T3.- To the intelligent! comprehension of tile bur Now. ... in dealing 'in a depreciated rvtretcy.

SI.25 a Year Postage Pre-pad. It :* with pleasure we notkt the de.f> interest do "f taxation something more is required that the debtor ts required to pay the diMroat : H>

*rwtrtt emrtt.., Wi c.*". lMBifete by citizens gtct rally in every attune the mere announcement of figure We cannot the Mate' through necrwity ha been cimpeited!

|>artir. eM g to bate t Tk..4 tk. mieraMJIaa tiwtMM ., of Florida in our tdorU. to foirrave, bW pup,- ectcr htre into tUke collateral questions w hict to .-11no hich a price for the commoditin it to

....wk>r In any MKttna ef tie r.....,.. ear h*.. Hcatioa of the IvMt<.n.i>T. tkv Mpulation tin(. are fully et forth from time to time in our eel been obliged to purchase: sod a* wbea it currency

Ihra prat from the o rt.4! Tat Fi w. I..H.., T a' Mate through makicg known our va<*t rents urac fratSce it to ty, in this connection: thai basis i* reached, this legitimate diacaMat

the ..,.... rats.. advantage. Ac without giviag glowing sad t\ the example have tLoren and which we shall diNr(>C'6ft. M> tie Mate ouzbt to pay a crreepondtagiv -

Acid,.... II: t .swra., at,...I.. aggerated detcnptioc of d&ertnt Iot't.\if,D... TlxtrutL give below, w! of land whkh will compare favor lower price for its pul'Cba. It,

I I AU">/"Tttl ttte LXI K.*. H furnished by rorre pon
yl(lat>'fT, k MtiQcieDt ic itself to attract toUr de4raMlity' At location with lands which: ic next Legislature to reduce its approf,riatk-o- tecorrwpcad >

hare cf the immigration that u solos 'ly bu other Mate, bring :almost 1&00100rricn.. and l lwbkh with the locrea! slue of Its tuts JItfftJC

surely arming Southward. To..., that we an here in more Inloeroufra| *, when tapi :,.. and. that each citlreii may bare in tW i

f't6| f lorida Immigrant indebted to) the many -writen who bare' kiedh tal was abundant rated at aliout f:(' per acre. improTetnentthe rate t f taxation sboukl be reduced 1

taken the pain to furni li tu with ctm 4ete sad where BOW with all the improvements neceskkry in a cormpondisg degreet !

truthful deul.f their varioa Icculrtie H to a comfortable: living it i i. only rattii fmp p In the year 1".1 this doalias; debt of FfcMa *- :,

. DO more than it dee to them. tri osoa of taxation at f.pt'r acre bad iocrean-d to such proportion that some :;

. AX OFFICIAL PAPER Thocgh we hare a large number of carrfult).. We have before UII now, and of w hkh. w r give (uaasea of warrants would only bring ie the mar.
.. '>>[" T .,' Lt'ICU to 40 cents on the dollar The Legia.
r-.Iollp\M-d cads t' .UI"" prepared article- already on hand wfekh wl| I a cupy. the tat colk-ctor'a receipt for tales oar

OF IMMIGRATIONT appear 'la mccteding mimter t.' our paper. w<' t M'red in Leon county in 1S7G.,;; This may aerie tare then determined to fund the utstani&ialt

THE STATE BUREAU hope our friend& will continue U fucr ua will as an example vf what i U now required at there warrant, and by M) reducing the araomt also

I their ccmtributW-D. The tncger in other :Mate*. I baa beta 3u material change t* atfect the genera enhanced the market value of H. so rip. Thus .

: I pwI.E [: .:, ., 4. a l' b'...L-, Deed: but to uvtire each i .ceof the IMXIOKAM result for this year, and a* the a*eKr' list riOt to the fN series of :Mate honda wrecctcniTed :

in farmer to obtain ct' >mplete aod reliable infonaa burr not yet Urn completed, we cold not gel a* valid. J.

/ I T.llaha'..rr, t .... Vplrmbrr' I '-.-.. lion J't'fbiniDJ to ertrr net ion c-l FlorMa the figures for 1S77 Tbe heats on wbkh the Dy an at'I approved January lndeUtedtc 34. l'..;1. rattUed"An !
/ act lietoting to the '* of obis
.-- ISA wa/ levied were-- f
*..ef.. .4 .... .tta Mafec.,--.. tah.d .t r+., Mate, the egbfoture of Fk>rkla autborrred tk*
FLORIDA VS. THE GREAT NORTHWEST" FLORIDA FOR INVALIDS PtoftoJUI > f ft| ," 1IftIII.. -TV i*sce cf thirty-year coupon bonds of the Mate ".,ito

'. ,t.ass aa amount not to cured |3.V',(("0, for tie
j We C"alllle attention f>( foUr reader ;" the paper II 4 ,...nrttl)' oitubkcliraate, when s M t, warmth aBel moisture touNntd prt' hil. txdmrabte At tad wo thu was paW- ptKpOM' of funding tbeouutandin; indeMednofof
under the kbove Leading on the brat pair ct t-e f and wk tu iI.Ra.l' f...... .
for rose
/ tOIMGmltnn.: it ran no the Mate the Ut&ov t>t1lr interest at
will! 0eMtII& I.ad .id ......,tan.. oil
which )r v( rraktac
this. number the IMMN.HAVT. j 'a.Luf' ia the Nnitbern Mates ave in uutI cast !>oS.... rtaita ttiad W Ia.............. LYI rate "t 7 per ('tat. per annum payable un the
I of intt-rf' awl kt tLc raise tint t'ulil"'Hl RMB;) who had migrated U c.walls a, twda&. .... .. '\.r. tint day of January at the T..a.ur of the Mate.or .
during journey
who hair rntrrtainrtl trrticrnuf i4esa ci ccrr my . .. IIIJIsar
I Florida the Kfetemr southern: fccctkn of the :Mate .p1t.4rmidta, 1.0' at tbe Mat* agency in the city or t'York..
NxjtL aDd ua tan
I ing' the rt"um..f tIM many years before more than hilt dead will The interest cuupnn" of the*? N.nd tee ")wmadv
{ItarlicuUr. The toDtrJUsti/r, a f'htinl'! ttrnw con umi tk i ht uatiTt of ODe f.f wa Mitrkifnt totonricce me of the I rat marked ''I'
and a urn uf f.hrTi D. a us, \\ e .aU'. io thi copy of the rtcdpt.
*. except the Zxrhoul tax These U-ed were
ttaefitskilted !rant a residence there ihyi
the 11'ntt'rn MpttM, and filly entitled to be tbe Hem of Mate taaDi: CfJUDt)' tax"as
elm* all agree that tbe condition tirtetoary to issued in denominations of $lpr each: and will
banl "I-1ft| Iht ,ml.JKi f.r wbkh kc treat ia.urc life t<> tbe c n.umpti 'are admirably pro- sorwtas;, because while! tht e are the amounts mature in A. I). 1">1The act authorizing their
-.- rideti! in the climatic re",ourte* r/l the peninsula charged by the Government they are payable "
issue declares (section 0) that they hall. not lot
That great ncmiwrt of invalid find the locali certificate! of intebtedne! of the Male and
OOMIKO SOTTTHWARD.ercry tie along the M. John rhtr, and even! on the : subject to any lax whatever, but shall be exempt
for the and moat of
toast, t1tIfe6hi to them is Mid ty some physi i i. county respectively: Mate from Mate and county taxes of every nature and
ercry mail brings UA ktl.fs I hick clans to be due to the fact thtt those invalid gn the counties have a Boating indebtedness: repreM.nted kind ; and they are designated erection( 12)) asproper
.bow the interrtt run fnlt'd io Florida bjr pea there after dU; -ae has become ton deeply wrmted by tax-psyia, certificate,or scrip. M theyare funds the '
for investment of
pie 'In the N'orth. Coock] err forming 'in alraci The Enrt'pean medical men are beginning V called. These certitcate can be bught at mODt'YI1') I
send many parties' to Florida cautioning themwterr trustee, guardians executors or others occupying I
coal. _ratL -
aDd the movement a* acootder.blrth.ughtluctuatingdi ountthu !
t'ury8tatt' to go It would seem imnoMible lor the fiduciary c.taCilit'mplt' provision te .
appriMubct, (ecames more general every day moat delicate invalid to be injured by a residence prcpurtHKiately reducing the rate of taxation. made ifection 71 for the payment of )interest and I!
.\ number of 'Umilie to Indiana will arrive benin any where on the extern or outbeastern coast TLe actual cost of the tau on the property
November to locate I at Art her, Ac-tUr colon from M. \U(1UtiDc down. For those who from I given above for that ye r. was as follows the maintenance of a sinking fund for their redemption
find each successive :North- at maturity by means of "
that a 'IIW
carious cause |
and! iU
bad bttn or aniird 'in New lord ctly, era winter, with its contantlyliftin: temperature M.l.' UX f II :1. t>a)ahic In *np .hkh tort tat.:rnt..m sinking fund and interest tax.:' and all ofttciak
I raJ nm4 amid I.tt In LMP.prrlat
rkiSnialkr t
fit M aalf.p +
hurt distance >m
lay out a town a ( and its led,which een the healthy
trying I t"ta .: Ylsd .114 11IkIft1tt ta.L Lea connected: with the cancial machinery of the .,;
coloclm arc furming in the 11'e.t. and< characterUe a* **deadly, saps their vitality more fra1 >iI.L 1 4 4
along the null roa.t and in WNI and more Florida mar be lately recommended 1 I n"lItlta'. ....1?. |"}aMr w ..:rip.Mbkbmd \..7tfovnt State are held under henry penalties for the i ;i
will prospect .. ....
| home winter and For the I ? Nrfcoot u\ altI faithful performance of all their duties in relation ";
a a tumour healthy ix-Ut Coajtjr ut ifoc latin it ..a CCKIBIT boot1.i. 161 :
Florida. ... and these seeking pleasure it will become a 100 tai hf! ].TtMi. In rote and half In rounji to these tmnd The sinking fund U onlyto
winter paradise for the ailing 'it U a refuge andIrength w tip. COM >
be ion.lt"ia the bonds of this in 1'
IK THE WEST. issue or
4 JUDGE DU POST for those severely invalided iu rnoltide .
T *< t>;ai < Ltd ft!
{>end entirely upon the choke of locality and bond ot the United Mates,at par and it already
P Ju t before going to prt> _iJ. The Mate has in additionto ;
( from Judge IH IVi\T, the Imtui' The prrfi-ction of the Florida winter' climate is contideratioQ; t<*r whkh the Government guarantee thia amount inverted pan of the moneys it.
.:rational Agent per' ne>rid.. During tie pa*' Mid to be the obtained Miami river at Miami There near, Key Ititra theYocoanuU tIb.y. safety to each of its citizen in the eojoy- holds in trust for educational) purposes in there 0 I ;;
on among
and Mime of tbi' of all hi in the and bond J
I month be baa visited Chicago and the mangroTtt invalid certainlymay MUll righu community
'intermediate paints between that city end L.>m.- count on laying a new bald upon !life -M. should not '-e cnotidered too hich a price for the If .r dtdmt fNHB use ufigUai writ fs'J"I I
-Uw amounu acid< tk* sass ia tuioa
I silk, Ky Hvery; wbc IT tie p'to the |a>pe[ man awry, hash .It &rt7ser'j If4p..-,ru be! .*ing it brin.... Hat the spirit of economywhkh trust..k f

!feat tbe df't j eat intercut !ia what the Judge baa The truthf ulneM of tlac abt vt ttrdnt m regard b*. pervadtti individual* ot the Male I.la tie tae CIB raitae._: _t"1NMl.NauotMr hM f.\Ill's tiu. I' .1

to say umicroiBR' Flvrida .nd it t.f hut reasonable to the heallhfolncM flf the II''UD Mtl. has already roU red tats the admiaiktraUon of tar r"'.-.ry plod. y yvsay..d'

to exptct that liUbdndt of Miller will U of our Mate ia. amply Ulo trat"d entry wiater by public aS tin. and Wfun long w ill make iUetf miU k*.... A.o a*iag ;;::;;, : D

+ tlim.t to locate in that Mate through hi 1-tft.rt the tbuUftoad of invalid wbu aLWiaily ii i.itFV apparent ia a dHiii.a of tl.e amount levied. for aa the total of the bond ol IhU issue stiU nominally -

I .Immigrational' Agrat In LouuvUie tLr. Julp >ri4a for the purpose of mtirieg tae laaelta tier purpiwc la return for the General I <,a the market U..t Midi is the favor

; t held a contulutkm w ith the-ficer* of the Ixmteville I ( f tar Mttrb ke.Ub-nton&g cHwaKIf the M Mui tav. which .. Uvied by the Mate, and with wbkh these bonds are regarded/ l-y cap tk'- .

t NaaliTille aad tirrat NHjlbern .... t>f rail 'a net had :Bcluded the Middle and U'ftetn tie touaty ><*uul tax. levied by t'" county, i ts at home that very few have lee allowed togo ,

nxadaDd btbojn..* ***n K be able k aant>u. t I ud u4Leee eerth.a nt the Mate to .hi uiumeeuUw tbt: tiotera&Hrt oihr u. all of iu riti/eix alike out." the :yute. sad it u .<4aVm that any ,

through the (flumn[ ,.( the NWKJRAM that*.. our clioaaU Md ha bcaefctal tfftel, uf.usce.mtap44v w hbout further charge to the individual the ad I are offered for sale! OB the street
Mactttry.rraagrnest, hate ltt.. .(.... tabby bi> oU.f\atiMO. wtmld bavehM tarn \aal3 cf a good txett tun-Hbool education, In the )ear l 73 the Seating debt of the Mate :

I wbkh K-Ukt ran rcb k. >vWat ivduccd f i ... true Ia tic Augb tuaUr ot the Nw sad e t*blMie. i biM, ..l. nut only in tie tow n., IIMd again increased i to ..tuea prop'ortinr a. IP :

I rait' w( farrVt -n tbi ..trbk. ruliU I V..T e pvbtkvUd a rateable. id tat
i ac-ct.nii&bvd| Florida Malt I*am a* t.|ttal toot + r-1"1'-rt'f&M by M .......t j kj irtanOB lue the jtaneral, accommodation. With barrvoHBK as at a prior date, and ia order to g*<

t, Log with other Hate that. are C'CII fx..tac with wf tbr h...ltbfahMa.. ..f Middle. KWkU' and the lkariua. iU ..t t...* tic Mate and countyjtahorfy tLw, tffrviier with the other valid i.'NBfttt ,;

: rMORTDAET klraIRtatiuo. !! t6da f ourKvtrjr d.. Suc at.Ih ttIIlhriIIc gird tbcu' coaimercial boaor. ia the of tic Mate, ia such a shape that it might be

I -.- !vast phtWsi+r. a.4hara. brdnc'irk aRid tr...+1Bf"" ,.,....c of ......**. u. tar bond,, and i ia the I more a4Uy bandied, the ..*....ture IG extras

STATISTICS OF THE OfH Una Mrtk-a (,f our t t-hrte sad H. eutuate ..illtft aa<. 4 a alskteg toad fur tWe' ukia.!e I *.saa of that year pursed aa: act aaiboriiifi

OF JACKSONVILLEDr. Gab- a...da to be mere .....al,r Luau to tailor 1''.......... tit rare uf .I f )OuOuf hoods to ma fr thirty .."

'( die aimJMwbjitfitdl Mdailanaam of the. t nuns %\ a bate w t.r cut. a.c4 aurseh. naialy to. )t'&H. bMhag interest at tAte rate of 6 per fee

::-. H4U>wt>. .ak1Ma uf the Cessna aad ace aip. ........ bt tit beaHa.*......w.r tie *.*.rial Lfi..w.tw ia4tri4 toward ia gold : cwifKHM payable semt-anaaaUy at tie<< '1

tN on Vital htatwtfc ef tte lh,}anl W H.*Wi tat ..- tic Mate let ua BUD M r Cwt for a tao- i I Treasury of tie Mate, or: at the MAte kg. cy te

the ttl/"t J.ckasttu/Ills. ba )i4 t..Mfc<.d a ..... N die utWr hand tbe nature of tit a.aacM !, New \ or.. They Mere lanied tc uVeusktoatwB* '
-Tko J.e ..ssulk a a fIa1l'rM-M)a The
table it b.wtaf the nuflitir C"* ..*..>. te that city t efeabjatioa. o( Ik* Mate Tw.HMrfedMwf of ,1.lItand tHJllMe-h. tad the
:\..'4a ...... bate UnaflM of HMM of the coufAM were
for a |G' made rvcwivaUe for ales These bonds like
lad ia. ttwr & igi WrtMiMl of :urke, Iira44wr4 a-
las the Itt uf 4..."y to> the i1tt tiny tI' J.tg' i l..rnI.lriec llmttiBg iodebtedneuf .. ,...I.tiec the lance of 1*;I, are rrtikUy from all
....t,, at advaatW pric.. At Kingtkf lake. .
la-t-oct ...tU*-tro ttbefuti0i shish Me ftk4 sea rain Item r.rkt" rHf.w.c ha burr. takes cf Bea4...,ur Mffift. wbtcii are rrcelvabk. iapa tax*.. shier Mast. tasty. .* owiMt.,.al"Tbe
-gliKJ Tie tLl. 1I..tJc.r ue.... -.. ,.*..t. ., r rtaM taxe and treuad. a faaJtO payment of roknst, a&4 tie uhtAate
: a,. a* bids a* |H<0 pw aete bavisf dates paid rr
,31 art w Utot. dir l uf c *..mf4M>a. 4 of brtdtcac dill, wbkti la rpiri.uk4 by t.t..fft&"onriec dro41sri ol she priaopal I at matartty by mUM

t of o .ra..i..1 uf ...,...... :of tlU-- -- buiB... Tbi UH'" u divUrd into t.ucU_<*. ut a salting fund, are ..i4y secarwi by spctial

Ing wf tbe brava 1 of crrrbrw apical' ........... -TiI F1uhua }MUlt.a>aaT h,Js.l tie buuL .kaowa ... tie -r.H1 .'., l' ot. buod uf l+ti Uxaltoo. and the BMnef csiie t.4 cadet tU

t &t car .>t .Wmatb. 1<> .f pc attaart... JI ofdr".y. : OB Ffonaa that "*ry < .c ,red wbe! ta *..kr and tbe MX I'M. CHI UKM|* of Isfe" act can I* appbrd to no uther parpw The

X uf teftaaMMtiea M| she ...-.... t af J rag ...... iBlo.B>..u... a cente< 1"1laic TW teaac .>f tuna State are aut D*>W utacy a L' >mpua
deartiws, I of pmi>M*. i U iatamaatW vi tie I Camtawaelai !I. c xi.taroe July it a* a altw4haada.wrr -. ......*. nor" bare they bats for auayyar &la* bnaAatdeo. sad are bond miir heavy

t brmlo. t of .{ IeM ....... 1 .f ...,**'**-" ol die s3 L4 p.a, IMe&WJ .. aldi bed. hoc Tr.rwti t.u. tkr tof:. nut bees ia I|*afcj* uf Uw to the Mnd rlwm&8ft of

kings: ,-f f'1of"ttua i4 ta.. ........ I of.......... bf .\......... Furs Taliaba***. r..,. at Tt *3 a a .iidosl to pay ua
> of dyMrttteria, I treat glateaMe. tint. _..-4. : uteoaruhiuas pi' >*.,. !. ceu fat "< 1Dd M>ff Ta..c.. iiMV a4 .x|.-_ uf tie l o,BBMNM( will t.k....- pw.klsna are aaiboruwl to iave..t be-

{ I ., .,......"' ,..m of t.4eass all u......, Mioenilai by 11.,.. cc .ilw+t.if &W credrtwr..f ite Mate ueeuoJ that Suac'-r to tlMtr tmto m these faith. mays, aaH theMate "

bowel of ,...,....t..ii. .., .abs.ria. sal IILea .\ Coiu.k. Male .n.miteBCf ut LaaJklaumgratiBax flair duma halt be placed .. sweh a abapc as la. .... iave,t.J sw..eyt it boMa ia trust far '

nerroc ..tt.trtu... I" .....# ... I ",f liar I uJ la tb* laieaJri tent BUf Itrwie avaiUM to tUrn, and the Comfurwilrr, Ntacatteaal objects
M t&eac: bonds ie b ;
'\ .athm. 4 of cbcUrr a iattoitaai I uf pea.tprtdt w Lira w e Lave ekani'mut> ,at audi raciicU aa4 to unl. that these cmtttors BUT be *satiated. to airitLi the smog on market in ad4Mton toIr ? ..

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'. \f.. okmel J 'IJ Olver pen.e with tttetr. ....ts. Uwaoea tky bate
the +rtJI
fan N ards in r<. iii>obt mainly] thn-ugh e (
this there has been retire fca tie wkif. Members of act. a measure .
whole t lie in Rt.e work. pM 'urgethe "'. I""' ..... and real l dhrrtlrMrsiMhntta with
tbe amount of t*:GOO. We thee bare the fci!. from a eo).e of responsibility" aact duty. >rt ttw, Hi "'I appears ? .
wing! a* the statement ef the onHttttwi. n( IB.. : also reftllre the drmamk," of pnblk 'fnBK+o nft1teem t I II and we are BOW prof.tan britM. pwrch er rhee
I of ( a !b.> ( batlakor river
fund wbaket Avcttsttee 14 heet mn<< a great place
: and all Kmg a. this h the case.
laws MMiMsvik'VK, Irt hr i..w w .1.. (%.wtill .. I fault e\ittt in i tbe s\ trm. IhtT..rhul' I Btamer assort fat K1.r *.... F'i.h-friew. Blast .rhle tar Minima. tK ax! winter rt"'tfti. t*

taw Mch If we <*nl rt ta* mm*..> I mar .* of the iiMt.. d 'd ;*!* sn t' *wl taw. ..hpping) fre ;fct
.....U hf t w ....k tft6 r.ad. ... I a very dkmastaf rSeet. l*r where a p rr"p'"hare bakes, ant *rn Hithi** t me
.._ Mi ..... th.h 11M and Mkhllr t't'f llt.. eQivewchk
iAd I by (. sat have h- ,.. t bstaeka
ia earnest a dn.p..itton I
acid b, ltrw.twiFwd ZanilaIt gtnril.Tbe . .
rrhievaIrpro .w ,It.. It. .tahid that thetfce ..UfIIIIhi., .t
ttaetrb.t are
1If AteteaAyaewl (a..e Vastd snots 1:1. bWe and dlta.lTantattrw are ale s>.. .n"&tftK' I Key
........ J..rth" bate the
It l. stated tlr tft steamer ronhwp pc r
b..w .. the ......... ... MSrketOf P'I'.ar. hot l the iecrra*,, i interest o* the J eof *e ia fccanse I .rrft6C tltt.11 time
MtofV' Hi' that rtty tlatisjp the- rlia*i of "fW'tttt't''I sl i.otavllk for the pntrpew
IbU balance of fVirWMof twtd"" .;V.'jf1l.1 of education ami their er: >n r ,.rBt wiHitxneiw I h%< in* bon .
the t'rtttr.lItadrrrd
fO' "'ntH DC"' .1Iesttbo
bare not yet hero i.*ucd by the OrnptreHe. i it U' submit ttt tatatioa in t\\fT\ to it< ...nlK i I put rat liveTbe
.! ( '.tet* T' mbrr M'
but are set apart for the purpose e f fundinucb I meat itll not the only view r-f our K< t a l inten- e n <
Madttwm witch .ksaimmlly
of for
Ilamenlhepnywistw cn-p
I an4 rbcr at -
: of the brads of other Issues. except tbl I which prr+mle a higher d<<",:;f1't'.fJ('ce+. in the I I mte4 Mtss *
derivlt. the trt.int hit to w.+(e to I'k rich for the wait <>l !
bond (.11.:1. M are still! ool..nd..r and recMni c. I future We shall be enabieol time<< toofTiT l.et : h. tr ery'alte
a aWerate investmtat of capital, mat. be estt
ed a* valid ouHgation! ter salaries to In<'b..u. and h> tbi* mean wl fall and wiatortTbr I.
in. mated Kv a reference to the biMory of the trade
td ttop
The Nipreme Court of the. Stair aaviag! dt< I I attract. Ibooe of higher attainments to engnce i it post"' wr p liege. I II .. '
tittnl time Mote at
rkhetrir teen
rlstdlrnt tilt in i*
I tin are
elated that the fl.UUMM'Oof bond rullo ortrotn : this work an object which sh, uM always br Nwnier n\Qttty yet
a1 r"t"om.: wbsra were realized) to that!
eer'' Butdre > <
rte svv
..' aiof in ,..kWben the ctrfol 1 11'1111t'" t gent ieiwan i FeI 1'
be r*>Bds of the State of FKrMv 1M. in kept .
town ia l *l >ern r\| rts u ChicagoiOM
be Jacksonville: Protocol and Mobile Kai. only' the Mftitent of a leer. and a tesx-fcrr rceives ,l ibtiooaBtl: fruit
Haifa bfcck H tned load near tls. .. >.Vm rontractrd dried lohN klrrie! ., <<.1veml
) feuei. belt an imlWertnl remuneratMHi for the iMmnf
road ( <>m|any.. were nixTOtitatinly i
Mal. ently' t hrm in ( rrt pw
and are rokl a* again the Mate and there N.. time emplmed. the who are realty fttted ft public square
I .. the ...t.|iirtol .. Jarksunvillc I .. of the Ilk .....
fag probably enough of other rveojrmm! ISMM the duly of Instructors' are apt to writ x meotlMchaanel "!' Ikte.) .1,2t''I, while !- pacr* cm -Tbe nail saps I

,.KI for >?IH I of TMF Ijr.mt" lyn.m\\T The .\aa"1
btar.4thrteforr. tnr \ tlhte ;
nf Our .
IIt county ,
of b.md.ltill! outstanding to absorb the $:*.;( I empkiymefit. I

of tbe bonds M l"::n. DOW in the Baa** of IL( sb HiM bear in mind tbat it i* ofn)' Jerk o-nrille' the wetrwpolk. rTorids ..* I natnl-cr of tbi vahtable pertmllcal" to been rece -

tearWf .l that tuns tx? lsilift-.tW a m.wklf and the ether ve l, and llt fully cr>n.rs up to the expectation I
Comptroller, we may tern op 'M for total talk great import! *we tn have good aa

debt of the Mate of Florida a* tnlk.w. to do this such t imhict ments must be f"tf..t a" i an oentac rarbf'I'Mlf't, ( three wteVlWw and a : aw akeneil: b.lbfo first rumU-r The typograpbteal

n..thIC debt ,4'. 'ptrwlrt "IrI'M that scholars of the first abttity ill l
,.... rat''' -Ihln! county contains forty aiae puNS and its cntontft are replete with valuable toft* ;
Ibis hM "f labor
,rata Pry ("at hnui* of t7I aM.ll as enter' !
to ....\._ K..4IVrCtBL *"..Mt...... We may a "I\:. few*, ofntMl is. ; 1..0....
I Ithe
.... ... and i io pupil* :soil twetityne for tvt* 1.- "a !'a..a.itIC mad .q? M tit-n of teacher institute a uaifrrroity i ..
-. attentianre of ','.1. pupil*. h'4ldRf must surely a meets*. I
.. MsiProbably t tM.--tI I oar KM,,I| te\l-U...k*-two things moM doir.ble I a total prove

.. 1 in every system (of pubtic schools The tlM'i I -L.ke City i is in need of a large nrM rosier
few of our 'feter MaHmore rut a
1 will tend to introduce uniform and more rfScier hotel! Northern! capitalist wb desire i tu makegeed I cling peach has attained great perfection la ttri I
showing, I methodf iBtractK: the (.lk,'r will rrnf'tltI I ", ievestment IB Flornla cannot dr better vicinity this MVO Mammoth specimens were

--- I that very grett evil ..l a
WHAT FLORIDA EOKSWe I aodthecunMque'ntchrtkt.- the pfncrrsf tbpcpH ; kind In Middle and West Florid : F Mmworts, ls! y w hkh weighed at+ont three

with rtattpe ..f tewdier I -Tbe recent lat4w trouble and .4i> ia tbNorth I fmtttK of a pound each and we have heard tbat
feel kindly. toward Florida If air waul.. teen
I : and Nest will unJt l >ubtedly re ult ta all i I tae. time variety ucceede| equally well with
We' .
a few Ka: "tern people she ran bare Iht'f: I
can stand it if tbe Eastern pn'|p4e ran Wdon't .. I ILcuase.of immigration to Florida, where terry other There are avmbrfs ..f tree rf tins SA

want the whole popuUti<>n ttf Ute l ml* FLORIDA ITEMS.Tb workingman> <>f energy and industry ( an Menu yet sees|a<.Ued peach in nrlratr gane! fir the I
Matt* on this coast the artb host i. u mf rtabie> home t> hi* own laborsThe
brim grand has rw'tiv. "ttwio a c > + t city I
out here The Country w akn! t bitfctBce tithrtand 4lGitw ,
the old world might wobble rn ber axis: and. ..trwaewt+ -. .rwtof .etiiag ;)thn..y..r.dd 1 nog -ll-e aU.-atk".ot the I

give the astronomer trouble \,.. if .'Ioridaw -An etprts. .otbI... ... t.- eabfihef. aln. II I ."" \I&.t t fear Wv.'r IIarl *r. un the Uulf co *i ii a.t"'rll.t ,.f Th40I MkldkFlorida" (cad I II

nt' & few New: }:tglara'rrl.'r M,>bawker.. \It .""....">eB e I but Si train t-M'b .\ gentleman ia that ::* llowier. IT 1 l'il.t,. we will to ,<. far a. te> ft\" them at tbtabuYt' I
laU'1tt1t-1 *
B t plant
*+ wnsllr aiBted with the .
her :> free adrrrti!cmttt.e' hue rrtrind -Cot..", ,_ nxtnty bad. taJnf-Ore I'ublie' art pt' ac 4t. ataaagtr.Mr

n'uJ"'IIt" called! Tnt: .'1(tRUt.' 1 Iwslouixi 00(....tI.. in t+peteltunExcarait I prM*?. bMh* x"tr"DiM g the turn to live ('b..rlr* A Cln-ate, whv formerly pn<'tiet'1 1

wbkb i 1s iroued b)' the Mate I! .ard ot Irumieratioo .tt partM- from Mi'ianma boaa.. laseri' -It ... .tat.-d that Mr IU-nr.tMl coateiapUuitf .. law in Memphis Teen and latterly wa, com i

at T.lUha......... and' which will) N- wet h' rtr btmrdtng-howm- < >r. .
"' iting. .1pMlsrb.e.nit i l Iwt>.pk Mbo are hungry ton Florida lr to1.:: ; |' -\ cry tin H-upivntoog' gtrnf.* are *IUrtp[( .. suet rk i-n tIw< Wmtwortb.. 1ft" t Lrtuilo..M We
year The pn pttu wbicb i I- MIII III >hi quit
H rn""klba'\ fifty residen rs will Ierectet ''nD rte on nwnd him a* gentleman' with
oriel in fatcI.lt turgid to Mr that tbe fact aton TallnUf eat tru (1'ft"I quart

F'b+rida would 1.* poli..heti" and gilded. awl ills -The Clear Waur T**** k*.. ta r,'vital" b;}. f ia law !"*mr U-rwiitv: dnriag the n\*it sit. monthsIt whom |frart.ew banal laud to ..HI.. or tb<.4* wt.L

ver-plateil and {rafraoi/ed alter the iuo,,t ap-| H* former editor. }Ir ( S Iteyfe.hbNew : i.*. fC'1..rl4'd that Judge: ItrmUSey: I I the I lot Ns its" can deal with. satisfactorily
California .. We learn ak, tbat
prmed dutch.. immigration r1ce.mi>.ionry in to "bil tb' -: long cotton in the seed .haM mfe it. I mad Mate :'npreme Court has app| -intetl Mr I -1"1.0 F%rafd .IPr.;.-etiitt.t sy. "A u.MnI .

North in the employ ol tbe -tat tloard Thus appearance: in the iaitx-ville market.Unterprinini I l'. U. Alton, formerly manager; tlf the )4t1bil. I of IMiiladeipbUtMi have It-rated in t the western

Florida M-t her cap" to "tlO a few of the loncer ; rrsidents. of iVn'.acw' i a,. increasing and New Orlenn* iUilroad. receiver of tte Ja k part of l lutnAiu county where "rue. of the beat

alter the genial erai-tn'pic. May be catch s their I Mnviie.! I'rw*aola and MNk Ilallrtad. in this
the girt ur l orange groves Isnd in l stern Florida can l>e found This

million. -The n- Uf.,1 inn of holding a Mate Fair i IB FVw. t Mate Ira t stretcbe twelve miles from Marke, en tie
The above we clip froia a late t..ue ot tbltfiff ( 7W tarm.rs .
... ida the coming,:: winter b being. agitated. I -The prtvpeclu t-l a new prpKr| Atlantic, liulf and West India Transit Kailnt!
ltvmlV in Jn FranciK-t
published .
I -.\ dramatic club ha U-en oraaill'll in Msxl Wfiiiit, to bv publibed at Quincy. m this to Orange :Spring, on the Ocklawaha river
Cal the editor rf ubicb. bikirio Tin
; lion. and will mr>n give an entertainment Mate, by Mr.I M. II ( arnqua made it. appear Only t"eht'.r the colony hare yet come down
ad erti I
1.1"0.\ IMMuut.1ST "a frte ruent;
-A weekly& mall has bren established brtwcrnTampa aace. It will be devoted to the interests of thtarmer. to toe followed by otber shortly Those who
does not fail to show in bU affected: unconcen
: and Cedar Keys, in south Florida. and appear during the present mcnthWe I came are now erecting their houses, and will be
and !ircasu! bw jealou j feeling in regard to the
t -< rcr IO.UJ letter |**>ed through the Jack. w bh the enterprise succe ready fur market gardening In the fall "
efforts now being made by our Mate to secure
the month of July There w Dlt jx>rtion of the civiii/ed l work I
immigration through making known the reouice ao nvillepast-office during! -Tbe extensive" hu&ice.. carried on at the
Itwentylive where industry .a more sure .f making all thai
in Jefferson lately yie4-
-A tree county
of Florida and the attraction ,>f our aprior .". I lumber mill of Drew' A Huckl. at tJlnll baanetnMitated
lal!l,.n4 of honey and 4-Vn worth o f u ot"l..ry to secure a com| climate W..l1m.y be feel 1 cootnnt..11. the
it uwre speedily umuUtrs a surplus over
beewaI'enwMola\ 1'ieside: manufacturing million of feet ofyellow
though California and the other Wettera 1.t"1h..e
of than in Ks: | andyouth ]
> thai Decettywant
olive of
bad an cript: re
fur the Northern and European
lumber -
almot eUUlinlyenjoled! the adrantageir pine
.'lor \b.-Jl. I.
tbe fruit ol commerce claimed to W fifty
jields market this firm keep in employ draughts
immigration for yean pa*t. the tide U now ,
year* old. -Several new building arc:! being to
turning Southward, and tbe New }:n IaDd..n." men architects, and mechanic, who erect at
-I'en*acula. in Wes-t .Florida has a number tjuincy for busine purposes. Tbis \owD.lAing
}Iob. l. lIou.i and Piker ..relool..lJlt short notice at &D1l'ulot arcewsible by railway
n. of fine lig tree that are known to lw our si\tI] located in one of the moat beautiful section of
to a Mate free from droughts and the needs hotel or steamer dwelling house, cottage, factorie' .
yean old. country in tbe Mate, only greater
of insect Ye Florida wants and hotels, and public tuildingv Northern pleasureseeker -
ravages 31aitland h favorite of rt for
A gentleman residing: at fake lacilitie to make it a place re C.
will get her bare of the bone. thntty middliclaMcn who wi i..h lo erect cottage* in Florida
several hundred pine-apple plant in a thrifty invalid and pleasure-seeker<< during the winter
of people who are tired of ploddin; I condition. season during the coating winter can have them put up

through .ix ux.aths of blue )'ar anti ice/in; the -The trunk of a mammoth orange tree USjmter -It U stated that a gentleman residing neat in a few weeks time by this arm

other half In the far West without our n-sortini county measures four feet four inches in teal.. in Fjut: Florida will ...- eighty Urrek -The destruction of sheep in California b>

to poli!bed. gilded, sther! -plated, galvanized circumferenceNewcomers of sorghum<< letup thin M r!...m. Tbis syrup triagiff tbe ircent drought u estimated at tJ/O('/*:'**

s attn ants after the mot approved California Irotu the North and West anprospecting cent in the Savannah mukrti luring the head or two-third (,f the sheep ia tie Mate

.tylf'l." but simply by publishing reliable Infer : : in Middle and Wet n rMa fen war a great deal of the ...binC"lt''aLt'. from which Maay of the great sbeepherder aUmkoed I

oration concerning; our resources, ,('.. for whirlpurpose. places to settle sorghum syrup in made. wa raised in Middle} 7,WH to 10.(<00 in the nouauin Florkbtnever i

Tnr Pu>Kti>' % I'4MI"ln VT ban br.o wubliLed Florida suffer iron tL *e dw.ttuua drougkts.aad .
the Indian:
-It i iot refuted that one c/l pri on I

..- ers confeoed at M .\anlineIf'OD. DC KM -The coastructH D <>l tbe hanU Fe (canal esUixti&g with it* mild climate t* peculiarly adaptedto ,

from Wakiu to I hanu Fe lake will l u&Jouttedly sheep and sU trade of
a printer
EDUCATIONAL ISTEBESTS OF FL02IDA -A lre number of p&rUmea ia M.: .\ SSteee s U\.ID te d/nuuenced, and will cpenu few vtr* prti.. hate iatroductd gtaase. tatotbk I

hoot ai UM > a apknddd.ction of country suitable for the Mate wlwL yield from four to five twos ol ,
for t
In the public Kbools of Flondi the tounigranlu :are preparing a grad s> |
c'uitivalioa of Variety of Jt"mU"'pical fruit. excellent bay tthe acre Florida in the &erfttture I
I every
prominti everything that child reasonably first of this. mottth.

expct Our aysttmtobe Mire u not perfect -It ill reported that
nor. indeed will it tie easy to tint tiDe tbat \*- Job. county are loin. nkHy aad wffl yk Wabuodmatly tented the stock .tack: -iMog Matt .o the L nor.Tbe

oDe that will apply with equal suctt<< in even Uii* M.a...on. -Mr K. W M.tm.>a, ar ekl'J'r"IDGI savannah lULl) .AVv M of the tdWt I

forrurlr from the :North baa pur that the htate of Florida ditto ix-l raise touch
Hrotker 1'rMt tHrvt gcetlemaa
iMtaoce, bu noun pte *es maD, adtaaUg --I'alatkaaccording: to < I
and tbe-e. with iDcrextd wealth and p pulatio otfers an eice41 svt nfeatnf; for a Lards Chased the etttasive furniture tusines of MrS more than M.Cidl bait of cottoa. Certainly, \

w e may nr. m Jacksonville, :ulen wishing i It s.js, the amount of cottoa reported to Lave I

the dtotrict tAn already gins usautakaWetrideoc -I'rofeiNAt I: I*. Cater, of Cirubo. (i.. h*. to purrb Ht bousebMid furniture carpcU, Ac., been received far from that Mate, from hf.

,, of their determinatioo to Inn notbiag tti'o sckcted I'rl&cipaJ of the Fiaat IV.r..ida rem! for their iew boors, can be suited with good ember( 1, Ib?G, lo Ute Iltb mutant i inclusive.I1.7W +

ut4n.e W maJ..e. iur rub c scboob a practical I Inary. located at <;sjneville.TLe sad price at Utk establishment > tales." We caa't say from whence the

MK"C't'14. la the itemized estimates of suite a Secretary of the l nit_ M.t.. Narywill -Mr William Ascot the mkiiU

number of the counties for the eosaiof car we lOOn YH I'eoMCola for the purpose ofspectiaff ie LB the prosperity" of Florid and tie advanceia very erroecoua. Jeffenoa county alone turned

nod provision Bade fur an tnerea.e.l nuaabtr of the navy-yard there meet 1M value of real estate He lately pura wit last year over tf.000 take, and the ceuetsw

cia.t.l lot OQ lUy sU.*t, in Jacksonville af Leon Madison, and JefTersoa shipped to tie
scbuoi over prevkxu jean and ia others flare -A tweet-potato of tbk ,nr'-ITU"th weighiB I

( liberal appropnati&na to tbc* already organwed. ten imuuk U on exhibition ia Orlaode, the w birb t'lleo.w to the edge of tLet'L Jo Los river, ..ort of havaocaa fully 33W, \ b*lrs The cMleo'

which be is anon to commence the con of Florida for the year 17 did not fall
Where cou&Ue bave fallea U-bind tn tLi respect. co :a\J.ite of Orange county upoa fOr
of one three. building for Lot much short of 70UO .......-. /_ Wfe f .*.*..-
the en. U t. be traced, la alnx.t every -Tbe cora crop ia Middle Florida baa beets stflKtJoa a story

iBsUnce. to the heavy obligatkiM wbkh tbe m large thu lesion that it U. selling u low asV> IMM Noose. rs..t

ltot d* af Public Instruction are already uaderAltogetLer ten.. a bosbel lla some locaiitk -We bate nut vc.l fn.. Mr Alooco OIjnat -Mr. Jaote hiaafill. of Caifeoaa as nty. ,
i ipfftdt
sucoeWal with bt* during
the prospect is most eortMiraftoK.L -lnturmatjQQ, from every aectiea of FferkU the celebrated landscape photographer hu been very
of 8\ ... Herile I
seeti-w mir &
sear'a ia that
**l scbnot. tbcen are alive to the importance twoarma the fact that ,it* rilueos are .yiaf of JaekAoavUte.. a number of views of Florida
.. M IB last 1 commenced' with *rvcakifhioaed
of OAiataiaiag the system, and altb agh fully the m* .t perfect health this aeajoa.Floe scenery which are perfect gem, sad ""lthyof April
have nine-
of bee ,
boa hive now
UBboed with the spirit of retrtncbmenU sad a oysters, ukea from the tttectivt ban place[ IB every parlor )fr. Gnat i* BOW eo-

detennLnatioa to meet obKgatioe* .1,....., i Ienrnd. MI the Gulf coast hart already made their afraraac > .a.r..J trave4Na tbrwigb the Mat. kr the put tan bite ia foroJ cooditioa, Living tab day
,. sold .ia Col mbu na..
jxamined &JKU.I ,
they are aitwUhng tn abridge the a4vaa- ia Tallabasse this sewsua.A pLoe of aJasfic hi. aJrea-iy very complete cot
of Florida at ?! aUalee hdIm of Florida view :M) pounds honey ia Ute comb for I JV, iLlrttearalloB ,
tarts v> be denve.1 frurn suprorting lam pwWicsci large buyer oranges,

.oU la olbcr words, tbouf they! feel via I already advertise fur 30.000/Mj of tfett -tn-n. Luddea A Bte, of nanab, (ia. straiced honey for 'I S. sad wax amount

bvrtbeti of tat. >>a they are not d/ n .ia music: aa i musical iastnuaeaU, have lag to $.t'A total, >$34 SO.: txvtral gentlemen

; dote it at tie c\J'dwof tb. edacatieaal iMrrrst arc pirs.cU to JIM the arrival 4 d tk. lalea a new drpa/tiu ia the saner of conductIg ,. Honda are BOW devoting their Uao to this

of the coeolrr ThU. a. it sboukl U yet we large aamber of rtUr alucvg the be of tic their esteaaivc toiaew, which wlU urn adustry, which U oy! ia tu Infancy Lerr.Ad .

only ace ia socL action of cuoaty boards the sentiment Atlantic; t ola&4 We t lalla Traxuut ItaHroaJ, xiaajr dottar to tboac purcbMlag piia&a and or ua ti&U biate will export too of ddkfeo.*

of tie people reflected 8f'OIIthlt snbject who bv LJ their altcaUoa draw to Florida gaga from tti too. Hereafter \h.f7.W rU.era aaJ Koropewa' aurketa.t j



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... ,. . ls4.nt: a in.aromeae.i,'" n layoff their Iud "to reskhuce and b.sluena )aU.
I ". y' x a \ .t"r.' +' Dl4Ch. :
!la..nl. Hot in a >! t'! \ Natwre leeBf
FLORIDA AS A PERMANENTHOME. : ... tend the aid of art to
Mttta( oar Mate hi tw! m,> tun OM of Iwr happiest d* sgn* to the bc-.tHlal

tart to prove' dIM A boMMnnUt arrant Ire has I .. I ......* awl their pictare' nie ..orroan4k.Idea .
of the character of
m Hi his .tt* to n*. *>l a fritt TtWa s .rRtMt. may
4>w 1W, ..*. .6'u l'' a/ swntittgime L .....kMr 1drasirupy ..rsd those springs when 1 Hate that the largest ow
..- land to ilwril la.1"'Mt. .*l> aol bd.f I of water as to admit
w-w. throw owt a >>
t-Ifc! //+rMjhit+ a .NIAJIt.. C.ciT. .
?devils with ether _Mw will! of the steamer ruBBing into the spring itself, UKsstffiac
It 3 / nt% of IJI.Iu,-TVhut* : 11 I IIw't mp
bow they
Let at
slow some fit the adMautages w* p"u.n to into .1 ". p.grtwiOL.iria@.great.of waters washing
*.,t ftM '*. !1ak k .'lrMfr / .
r.IN>HMIM .N 4 fro tiwir r *ky rion below The strewn
I dw> im.rlgtanti settle .-.c ,... T.tM IM w1-m.. rllwule. I' r.- ill ,At l.. t
.4 TiA'pw$.t.. ) .tilt ar *- ."" t fII1. created' by these Hnbined spri&g ran twenty
rich ltn4s i"itt .o oft.. locks rate .mn.;tb clop 1. Jwr+Aq sy'I Jofefi-
r "". .- ........ C,."..,..,t w1l .feats s-M .1 'If r'iipt "" 'Ril .Mrystt..M miles" Bertbeat and empties into the
in' th (k the ataalavrf "t.AinAd4t"I''br miles below Sanford and Melloo
.. etsoa that Iwo crop years Jikddw.j Rtusr.r4a river twelve
t terra 'AIB ( Nfr dt'. .flb .. .
.It .
f r.
l.. *. In connection with tW. drawback they P1WJIf1tfl1N.. yr's.r.ayPiw.E r ".,..,.- Tick, and when U is daily navigated by
ft all Mf preconceived" Idea of knee we some little) steamer, with fint-clas* J'&Nt engeraccommodatktn
have the cold northers IB awar to snd4ealychill <'** / IH*. d '.. A* the whole will feel the
tf; think of it .. a permanent peace that we will *, county
the body aDd cause Jhme. Tb Northwest There i Is a licit of land !in Orange county about effect of the development about to be made at
adorn not only making it outwardly attractive has a winter climate which. fe.ll1ires a rUjorou i thirty mile long, with an average width of thi inland central point M'IJVCKXcm.. ,

but such additions M will make it pleasant and confutation! to end are Chill and fever : about slit miles. which k of that hUh pine land

comfortable place we long to return to when contend I with yellow sand subsoil *o peculiarly adapted<<
diseases and have to
alnt. How much i I. comprehended in tbe exclamation are common they I I to etrm. day Spring lies about the cen United States Lands Department. .J
Florida i free from.
with inject that *
.. .* pest tre of this belt Heretofore we have been laborin -
I am at home again'To many sections their treat distance from the ? under the disadvantages of inaccessibility -

carry out these idea It become a matter market of the last brigs; Jown the price of I which have now been removed by the openingof EWIIJI m JUHX rSOLDIEBy \1t.'CI'\:
of paramount Importance: In making selection the navigttion of the Weklva river to this
the pro Juct of the toil to o low that the farmer I
Its bea -waten. Ever: since November I
should in point
of a place for a residence tbat we carry
get but poor pay for his labor. Florida differ : last we have had a regular steamer once a week, i I HO!iLSTEADSThe
mind the fact that it is to be our borne
our in these respect It potaewe a uniform climate, I during which time the increase of settler in this .
where our loved ones are to dwell,that it should ,. 1 portion of the county ha been simply marvelOQ .
1 hare not seen, during residence >f seventeen laws of Congress granting homestead to -
be chosen to satisfy them a* well a* ourselves. .\ special advantage which our liver po- I 11
yean the thermometer but once I') a* high a* honorably discharged soldier and tailor, their
The first great prerequisite i b to choose a healthy sc* e* is, that it is not dependent upon rains for I
ninety-seven degree, or as low a* twenty-one 1 a water supply as it I.i fed by six immense arteSian widow and orphan children, are contained in

section of country, the other adjunct will tie degrees. With such a .limate, tight expensive fountain, besides numerous smaller one I sections 2;:)M to ,3()!'. inclusive, of the Revise!

(U the intention U to cultivate tbe soil or raise house are not repaired, and but little fuel it ; entering it =at different points! that furnish a I i I Statute of the United States These are not in
fruits) the election of the proper kind of soil, : never-failing volume of water at all seasons.
We trorjblM' with such i and statute
needed. are not draught above mentioned + themselves! a separate complete or
Of this body of
school and church
facilities prixfleges
transportation at cat off crops in other State, and we are free I perhaps one-lotirth may be styled' Urst-claM {Hue I code: but arc in the nature of special provisions

and the general character of the inhabitant from the ravage of tbe grasshopper and potato land one-half eond-clas, and one4uartrrtbird ( I I under the general homestead law. Qualified parties '

for sobriety and morality. bar Oar great extent of coast line the river I To those who reside In the North or West, and same ca.! .,,< of lands l in all pArts of tbe county
and streams that ramify the country. with and hundred* of acre tbat are better for fanning I I in every partk-ular
of their winters
desire to the rigor long;
i, .I tscape nilroad facilities, give u* ready acce t > thegreat but 'tis a fiU that the best farming lands the general I homestead law,except a* they! areby
.>r are troubled with disease of the lungs ur are not always the best for It is '
nurket of the country. 1 oranges. I these sections privileged or exempted. .
throat, or wish to engage in the culture of product thought; by some that these high orange land
word We at these
To cam it all in a few mutt The special privileges extended by section
*peculiar to Southern latitudes would corns properly fertilized will be the best for all crops
expect too much the excellences of all coan-! : and in fact there bave been come surprising; I are principally four I Permission to enter

mead Florida to their attention. My own experience tries are not to be found in one alone. I If yon 1 yield of vegetables: tnaJ on Mcondclass land I a fall quarter section uf doable minimum

during; many yean that I have resided in settle in foriJa.be conten with your lot Determine near here this sca' +on by a liberal: application of I land .' .\ deduction from tbe time required
leads to believe that other muck alone.
the Stale me persons"may
to succeed: in the business YOU affected for settlement and cultivation. :L Tbe right tea -
here and be u well **tisSed and benefited In sipply< us with this valuable: fertilizer I
come J make yoar home attractive, and you .. .,. antck Nature has: been very liberal, and it U so second or Additional entry iu certain' <<-en.

a*myself. S""')n feel that: it k a permanent home. The soil generally ditributed throughout the county that 4. The extension of e (Ul privileges tn the widows .

The first question to.* be tatisfie-l 1 about It may look poor to those unacquainted with :'.. it i kin rvacb' of all. Near: the **t. Johns and! its or the minor orphan children of f soldiers .

Florida, as a State, healthy I can unhesitatingly capacities. Jive it little help and: tributaries there art also conklerab depositsof and sailors
shell!! which has teen used of
by some oar '
answer y"The pine land are eminently inishe the worker. by iu !liberal! returns "'YOla. KNTITLCf "
it t
sub :a ciU/KSM IH 4 rdrrMn| g to bearing orange trees.
*>. There are some localities that must necessarily In rTorfcla" you may plant sa-l tbr with invu-trttsm; etfnct Every ubeer.oklier. *sailor sect marine who 4I

be unhealthy. All the surrauniings Indicate during nearly' every month in the year' Tbe
that mm should avoid them. They were drawback are few. bean.; those| lneid atal to all my sb.eteatoe but tkrre, may be numerous ; i'niled kites not less than ninety days daring <'1' :
others unni.. .! Tb 1 allude b
cieated for some wise purpose, but no sane per- in. r.'vere r mr to near the recent rebellion." wb was honorably discharged <
new oueotrieeanJ'! become less population'ws Clay pnnj:*. !bin the extent t* not !known,
.. would) select such with the idea of and remained to the Government .
)n spot ere.' sore the country develop When trarat the nick nukes good lime. !. has loyal ,

making it a home. JnryOtale ha more or /.. H.S..''')!(. '\II. I'. "or water-power facilities are ucel nt. ; or the widow. if unmarried of any such

Ices of such malarial laboratories. The army statistic __ _.__ -_ I There are five or Min, MW, anti /rUt-milis in person : or in case of her death or marriage,then -

in Florida,even during the Setuinole war, I operation 00 rvcsellent sites in different portionsof the minor orphan children of such officer.soldier, '
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.I the county, and 1 should say there were :at
show that the death rate I Is very small. Diseases least a dozen more available ones. They are I sailor, or marine, may enter and upon compliance \ '.2?

generally are of a mild type, and readily The superintendent* of the Jacksonville.: Pen- I mostly foil by springs with the Uw in relation to residence cultivation '

r yield to proper treatment Cues of typhoid are &&col'aDJ Mobile Ilailroad (Mr. Papyi. oi the Of lakes we have Monroe Jessup, Harney, I ,and final proof al1 receive a patent for ',;

seldom met with, and pneumonia I.I of rare oc Florida Central Captain Holme*, and of the Maitlum and Dora, on and the Conway west, also on the variously east and distributedare .\ Oph' i a homestead to the extent of 1GO acre, to be selected .

currence. The reason why Florida should be so Atlantic and Gulf (Major Haloes), met in consultation llrantley) Hear. Crystal, Stark, Johns, and ins I from either "-itnumum -r ifotrftfe minimum '

i healthy and remarkably free from epidemic is .Savannah last week, and the result numerable smaller ones. I '.twit. ,

no doubt due in a great measure to the peculiar was an agreement on a new passenger schedule. I We hope before great while to have some I DECL.RTOJITATElL'T..
almost railroad) facilities in those sections that have not Prior to making entry the party may if be ao
of the constant .
State insuring
which i* to go into operation on Sunday next at been blessed with natural one for transportation. ,
file) the Iand-i ice either in
elect at or
sea-breeze, which carry off miasmatic ex 1: 31. The train will leave Chattaboocbce: river Tbe Eustis and Lake George Railroad is I person

halation, or so attenuate the atmosphere a* to at 1:40: P. 31.,flalocy at 3:25, Tallahassee at 5-25, approaching completion, and will probably be 1, by a duly authori/ed attorney. a declaration to
in winter. At future the effect tbat he claims a sj-ecified tract of land .
operation next some day
render them inoocuou Monticello Junction at ::11, Madison at! :.25,and I
I we hope also to have one from Orlando, the I at his homestead and that be takes it for actual
.\* a general rule the residence should be some arrive at Live Oak at 1155 where it connects I county seat, either to Lake Monroe or to connect ,

liilnoe from swamps stream, and dark-water with the Atlantic and Gulf train for Savannah: with the Hustls and Lake George Railroad also i settlement and cultivation.) Thereafter at any

I lake, but if,from any cause it I* considered expedient After a detention at Live Iak of two hours and I we have a telegraph; company organized the I time within six months from the date of filing, ,
proposed line of which is from Sanford via the party may make his entry, and commence
with the train
to build near such place, a* a prophylactic ten minute*.and connection made I I.
Clay Spring to Leesburg Sumter; dts
county a
his settlement and in
use rain water. Cisterns made of plankcost from Savannah and the North, leave at 1 35 .\. I tance of about fifty-five miles.

but little, and the water is kept cooler thanin 31. and arrive at Jacksonville at S. Hemming, ;' Were 1 to attempt an examination of the vartou Ellin a declaratory statement must produce a

cement cistern built in the ground Tbe climate leave Jacksonville at 7 P. M., Live Oak at 131 I undeveloped resource of our county mvcommuaicatlon I duly executed power of attorney from the principal
; would be too lengthy 1 will I desiring to make the entry who will l IIC
i Moaticello Jcnc- /
of a country has much to do in determining .\. M., arrive at Madison 3.3,
OcT! extend a curdial invitation from the citizens I bound by his agent's action. Failure of the
the dUi of disease that prevail FWr1Ja'sclimate tion :.IM: TaUahaw 7:\ Quincy !'J-4<). IIK.Chattahoorhce of Orange county to all interested to come I

and season are peculiar and differ from river at 11:20. There U to be no I. and investigate and judge for themselves.The party to make entry of the tract filed open by

every other portion of the United tates. One of change of car by puener; on the Jacksonville :absorbing interest pf this section is ; himself cr agent within six months from the

these peculiarities I*, that but little rain tills during Pensacola and Mobile Railroad at Live ')ak. as : orange-culture, ana many are Winning to reap : date of filing, will be regarded a* an abandon
the gulden fruits of their industry and patience, ; ment and forfeiture of hb to enter but
in a right ;
tbe winter month The rainy season renderednecciry
heretofore, to that the detention there, both of which are necessary to success. I will ,
1 summer time when crop need it. These rain, for shifting, and in order to connect I not attempt by theory or figures to give an idea of in any case where the party acted in good faith.

especially when they come from the southwest with the mail train from the :North will not be ,I the =amount of time, means, &c.. necessary to be : and the failure resulted from sickness. misfortune

cool the atmosphere, making the night pleasant so ditagreeable u under former schedule IJe- expended before a return can be expected from or any urmountabe: cause, be may submit -
rtJ1rto These under
orane- things vary much
to the Commissioner of
the General Land-
and free from tbe sultriness that i* so objectionable aides, Mr. Papy propose to arrange a pa *en.er different circumstances and management I will

!in more northern latitude. Here sleep can coach for sleeping, and this will be an improvement only state what one of our most successful men office through tLe district land-office hb affidavit

truly be C'a1leJialure's sweet 'nllrer.n.' which will be duly) appreciated by through : has accomplished. Mr R 3!. Sims came here setting forth that such wa the C&lf. with the

other climatic feature is, that though our summer h&aA.ue fvri.lira,2'1F. .rat from Alabama. lie has a grove on I.kepop...., reasons of bit failure and that he ha not at-
pa alen.- I think about old
ten year ,of OOO trees of differ
may be said to continue seven months, yet --_. eat an.bout. one hundred of them were in tempted by tale, barter or in any way what

the temperature is so modified' by the prevalence bearing I last year delivered at my warehouse. ever to alienate for gain or profit hb claim or
-.\ :Northern capitalist ronuxaplatM starting about thousand for which right under the filing the land
of sea-breezes a* never to be unpleasant in the thirty oranges he received or to covered
shade The houses of the older settler are con an ice-machine in Jacksonville for the purpose f f 1!* per t.UUO on delivery This year he thereby If the showing 10 made be found satisfactory
of furnishing that city with 1 ice. has ;>*) trees with more or let fruit on them.
t. the Commissioner
reeled "'Ith'kw of deriving the full benefit This cannot however be taken a* a criterion the register and

of these breeze, which conduce so much in -.. for few have done so well and none have done receiver will be instructed to permit him to enter

making Florida healthy. -The International Exhibition Company t>f better than Mr Sims Will it be spying too as a homestead the tame tract for which hb .j .,

The busbies that the new settler exptit to I'hiUddphia gave a grand reception to the Governor much to say that he will have an' income of declaration was filed or any other tract subject ::!
in five
flO.ww a year, years or l ss f
fallow will in some degree determine the locality of the United >tales on the 30th ult Our people are also beginning to turn their at to entry, in case a valid adverse right hall have "

in which be will select his home. If be in. tention to the culture of other fruits. {'caches intervened tie tract !filed upon 'C

tends to rise corn, rye, oats tobacco, and short ail. tici advertisements do well in some localities, and all can raise The claim of widow and minor orphan children .
The to
Au\LKTiU4KXT*- pace
cotton he will look at the northern portion of guavas grapes strawberries pinranplrs. may be initiated by declaration a* aboe.
in THE FLORIDA IVMI.)KXT i* t Japan plum, Ac., and experiments are .
the State but If be expect to direct attention. limited Only such as are strictly first-class also bring made with date. aappadiUoe*. sugar- /1& a 1 -.. .ra a auwf rr'. A, at.e t rW"Nt

to the culture of semi-tropical fruit, sugar-cane, will be admitted. For terms apply to At-u.vo I apples. sour-sop*, and other fruit of tropicalhabit I asstfx.snnrauainora.erlytadovfy (diacl.4".'. uI

ry fine tobacco, and long cotton, be will be led to I and General Sanford ha tea and coffee I or other sufficient evidence of military or naval
Fop La. Tallahassee. FLa.Mr. I growing examine the counties south of the
melon& -culhue will command I
a Interest
great It
be borne
must in mind
decree of latitude at being peculiarly adapted to her when our transportation facilities are developed that filing a declaratory

this boaine I! )I. Cheney, the able editor of the t and lower freight obtained statement Is not a necessary form of proceeding

The transportation fadlitk art constantly Jacksonville (.'.*. a, has withdrawn from the Improved place are held high here on account under these section; it* use b optional

uf that account of his of the orange tree on them, but there are hun with the party wh. in waive the
creasing,ally u fait as they can be made profitable editorship paper, on : rap t dred of citizen* having homestead of ICO 1 m'yl any cat z
t) the carrier and the want of the poopWdemand. idly-Increasing law practice in the "t..te. Mr. II who will ceomale and sell portion* at from \"t to right oral.and make Immediate entry of the tract de-

Under oar public school system every Sidney T. Hate, a gentleman of large exp| eri 1 10 per acre. Nursery: tree are more reasonable .
warned UMmanagtttirot I than furs& account of The legal foe for fila **bli .r declaratory
pwttuu of the country her there arc a sufficient voce la the newspaper l sia i..t There are prwbtWy homestead to be slataa.tm u f 5
number of children ha a school In Orange of the ( .** a* nUtor and publMb yet
hid to the MOT moot: portions, but w hkb our tMSlw .

chanty, there is a school of high grade, and a .r with the last L.uc.The .. w the tutor' bccjctveoMat to some tine of traaporuiiua .. tauy uwJe .. UM o...al mimic by filing

timer of schools are rutrooUeJ The I -
private I TU term ..f! ,,.r Y afplse.ti.o ud affidavit at tW bndeSke.Th .
populatioe BM barn
denominations uf ChrUtiaas have lwi of Ja.rkout uik have *
leading I og g.Mko eu rapid tilt it MtpowMhte. to .., what it i M. We affidavit BUM ttfor* Uw tome. reaklence.aad .

tiWrcbe under the charge of erb-k t prey esra vgania.4 a ydtt coat in that city whidt prom ted Ils& rvetttcmi. voter Ut Ul! a.J tWrwe .... feet u* -JtimMfcm, uj fee nppttcant .

1 kaow of no country when ttterv M W little i.... to all largely to the aluaoiv.. of UKbMrtfwpritw ......... wbo irf sot r..giM. a* they h4 a6tneat. pry LalssIa1ihsary
lUIIotMy lays doe
ki.Yusg o( spirita ws liquors, aaJ as a cva.e during tw swim; ....... aaJ uslf.srd ass ,bees hue.uec\ taou: ..h t vote V>fcfa sassy. 18
base come Is Jung iW water sal or Paul kfl'1CC. ahw.c d.tsa of
Hiwix UM general moral charade of the II ample .aril 8MtM'meat tauny straa ors. Mr Wit sgrria; moM and
b u4 t hotwra
Our < aeoomaitiiaUM are DOC adel..te c todur feat U Us
tUnJ high, lOOn *o than b generally *iad to luau Last ha been ctkcte4 CoeanwJorc .>f the W the B ccM. y asafutd sal Msoav..* ue since borne true alkpa iu the ft (l..romeol

be the case in new f>>QDU **. datk, and tW rrectk of a boat.boose coat' wells i* lMj. Ut the. e&iy one u. the later** it thai tee ha maJe ha
n4i. It.......,.. applkatioo la Xoo4 faith
salt W odious BKocr4 will far cacti io some wealthy BcatksMa
Companion arc t* yet in hkh: appearance, +t Out U tan Lb
\ from ItdUleiphia bITe faomckteaa fur tL* of
tJw.iDwbyn.riJaM a more Jrairabk country sit, Ac, anything of tW kind cow ia the Sute.Tb parchas 1M nay actual purpute
!Spn g* property and oontemfjat: erecting a settlement and ltivaliea, and for hu
than many other it broom necessary make boildiBg wilt be 39sf.tfl. ta dtoecsioss, large hotel and woe r tu"t They will aw own ucltHi" .* and benefit and that U ha



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never perfected: or afraaJoaed aa entry made >;a.fer ...04(! :lami f'1t'' n. : > pnl ;iiC At.. aI: : < ti' a1!. :...U." tt-'; t' t' e ( 'dfl.' btlBut fi'U Jnd4

HM becnettead taw-. of the t' rtfd Ma'e*. ""e :. 'f? tL. :'Ml':.ir Ther ir port:. c+ tt is TaE: :

.\ .wKlow't. aftMavft t. MtfetaaHally U... *MUTM ttal I !%.. THr "Hl Mfn. 1 llttis > conn'} .edteabe rH tasters' Hf limited n.. >twbetv t.

the above, .wKa an additional tiara !ettuu reopntiiaf tit tieertvirr! dunaf tae i anarb ,.t tae land t, tfnrr T... aa' w LettII

forth the fa'k of leer widowhood. aad rwbt to war .. U 4.. the *etller* t< *e FLORIDA IMMIGRANT

eaterKolry the l're4le f* pt>
fer minor nrpfcaa children nut be made /hdilaai ( the ......... and Atwn T1. J..1Mt. dt. MBiiie* crt: And! oitable f.nw. !so rreifbhivbood

>hy their daiy-apiolnted' guardian wbo HMet Air ,.brim. the ar M at.ad'IPrFU.allPef. I i4tlttairlt'" *. wHh the MiviMttacr. 1'f

a certified .' lie*ltti. and rrlickm" frtvtTae A << .. I .. '

Orphan children of other than deeeaed I Btoaoldien A wldfer to ant nMWed In t'ledt bid HfW dsets .. .
N\1ft. TO TMI
ph'IMaATID\ ..
and ..iW r. wb+w .widows are dead or let ea .hie avow**!** .1"IIr.prhi .Npe in c p. I t. ... J .'M.8 Leah.R"\ftttS tl'\tiftMat.; TIn: I.

married' cannot make botuettead' tatrie tbrowt?h darnl .wk Mltalef. Taaapa f.*...,.,..ft ay. Neatly iae4rtypNie wMl.. t UMATE.nf. .,.."'" t'rht"bI,4

guardians.In I la towanaay W mo"" ...,.iavKeaaHAii .
.\ jnmdfca to rw: Nit Ik ebMdtea... r. .
ordinary t4dien' entries wbere. the tr**t applied galled to itikk. ..o be bo.xumd hit .. ra pe. i tn"et and. ....*. a* well' a* tit(' oraageaiB. ... ..lr't.IlIt' 4 hump in II"ri.L. .

for does not exceed 190 acre of fehMauMM rW '"f ttaat a. the r...e tat ie4laiff 11R1+1a1N ...... .. alawe*'.. apple i,..aeti. ...... reM" I ta II

land or its equivalent c( double minimum IMM! ...... and raltiratW4 the t.
:.i; a fertilieU copy of dUcbarge t* other idtaee of by tb* jj *.traa. or by .*..a part actta? fr htm of srape. te lee.1.! the variety of lout"'. and ''"Wer 1...'.

*ervk will not be required, bet hi etbef ee .\ tnWIIPr d4tbaitd! IM JIl.pltt rec&IIdtnlbeftur tnt _fftl1'1'11. ..... cbaaite. Gas

erie* to be male under this act ""ticb tart nmt the etptaMMi .* .tn' llht tetra IOf eoltotmeat beer t vgbt about it; & few year. f<.r in !1"' >- BUREAU OF IMMIGRATION.

accompany tbe applicative < Hfe .wM.w ejaaawd tar Uraaflt <.t bath the country rovad atottt. Tampa m4tht be termetlIreh 1

The affidavit! required in uakiaft w eatrj I tcffm of e
original not additional) under tbee vrtioa" !f nf the ftt.t ..,.. but .>.ary M' aaora tat tbe Mro.di
< wit. bad It '..... Hill bad N.... al.ent I,
be made before clerk of ia eet>
: a court a* o aerca.
may be third < f*, tern tad .
i ten* a* r tar avir et- LRIrn: STI.( ..". fl! r .. .. TM 'sta.l.r af
.'e*. when for good can e the applicant/ ramotappear """ Ift"'t"! ...nh' taao hi.in*.elf in sa+ther 'toed.! t-- Psidrni Tin IMrr'. rot tow t "'mat. IKWau >

at the dutnet land-oiBw i J AINKTwrAI [ATRIL. ; to *:" ribmn t 'L! r o cbaaee :n the 'way.I new ttomr twlrfM fora Phlb.si. .'-,IoM&tulo.. >I I I'CItI

1L PHOOI The d.e+iaioof and mltaM* i iOoa Ut taMall .a to add- : bu ine.a tl.>t!.ts..aen rtsuanct<< ". allt!. in fct. a 4.aIItb* It. hpert.'rt Mnrr."""ka.Uarrdu.. I

.' i etri are M. a'tlMf"ttlat I imrre eMi .. I. nid !4. \ !trfh .. .4 a Pr'1tUw't! ;
Tbe time wbkb tae bomwtead Mtlter a*. t 't"1It'f\ m.prov 'nt' t: t any wi< ti nrmerH
rr Ted in tie army. nary or manse ('Ut..p. vballUe i celtddiftkm. <* that t'nb*eel for fatore papTEitry t. mentior I LCm.irSa.i.!T\Ac \ >arfU *f twv Lead* tn the \ 'lall'

Redacted from the time beretofote ie |aired ..- flf ta* bnwwf ".wa' iMi H) ea AC.ALU1II .

t to perfect title, or if cbarfed) on irrouat of iMu4- .'t TIn: 1'IAlnltiA a..a.UT \nr drrrttsrmcnts. I 'A cttt':VTV -A herd iK. elaetaa) tot Nwd Popeir .
' 1 .: ., !1-..thr... ,.,.,f't ........-Natati.
wound" received or disability incurred in UK I will contain deactlptivr utticir .'1 cooatie in e etill'
: (4 P.tl frt._ of Laad It. Nitawl Ttwdwrttair..
line of duty then the term ii l t'ul..tllM'ftt s ba'l:1 tbi. M4tr. latendlac *..t... .iil derive ".n. .'-' I' .........l Imps, .a r

be deducted from the time beretotore required' able formation .' >tK.rtitfitf the reM' 4 rce of '.: "" '.. .In\: : CAf.Hot A CtM NTV
to title .without reference tr the lengths .... it. CaMt4mi... Tar. "..... e* (teafottow. .
perfect o.himnf .
Florida from tU thi.lwptr. 'TT\'"\ r.\ Ill': tot .CI.L&it1 At' LHI'
... l" .
e. -tatnr* fed Ktrr iwoal'.T H.wd M rfcAn
s time be may Lave served ; bat DO pateet .*!n!
--- v t' Arfetrtir} .. Md .Hbrt Matler. of lntvr.t. Ar
j 4Ur to any homestead wttler who b&: not resided i! ENt'AWI I>M ( { l' 'T\' \ tteoeni D..tr'p.m -4 It.
upon improved and cultivated .bio.. bom- I J.\ hd?%t ILL& K.\. bead awl \\a..._i w- l... AKIBOV rr Kte...MlkKtt

i stead for a period of at lee t one tear after be i I TbtugowtK. ........,. aft'' fltraird. cspraffy t li dart. ht iiat Abandaart-. Pt.a aerf Oaewrl f
t" -..v. < ': r tat, and 1'1ttMtear. taut. TNie ...... .
Tra aad
whir .
Manew( l rVtMM
l t *
"hall bare commenced hU. improt eswat* 1 Hevi tar Tits rwnta. I"wa..ttttt lot tort trrU.htss"s. ;.. .v". to'af' rYiHIIRQM+t ,....,... .... mamMn.M.tt > rklB
1 +ed :Matnten faction Zj&t-'t i iAfter I Ana ofwbotawk Run. k'saw k t ..t Jaehgavith... I ',, Ji'j .MK taNT1 It. To|...."viii ended ,eitTT
i ad retell d.fttleno in mJa. ..t 1 14. -- -- ,- -
the fettler ha resided "0 Uw botaeat***! mat ""+t Aaawmt at it. AmM. Land*. I.. Wa.et VwrflMe
i .\ .. and aN for for ....b ..MMn A"C- 4MbTbv j I I' IlnllL,
ltOj "lOS$ b to nuke with bit military service. C' a.lhear I dawtaatrarNMMi PrtBrli-a (1wa.- It* Ada atatfctt
tr4 m general i* tai>n>rkB rartkiUarU in I TALLaliU >ft.A ) to raw CtUtBN .r IMftrfeai Fruit .KatHawMrH
furlbtr residence and
year. tt> nnraecet+*ry. I the HM of bre.d tta.. and protteioo' add aU the I ,aaafntit.r. AtOKA

UP may abandon the tend provided' tar: makt ,fata. ""'t.r can jaag> hy at Uw pf. t'nt' tadfest atty I i 1LLIA. T ...u* A.1 tlrtt.i Mi* teat \,'\ The .*-., 4U.. WaMrMwaram" ._kAiapNaM -
xtive aW .ari.frtorr owe .>f bwtnt** ia the
final within tb> date I
btt fr > ,
proof eveo year n ..
'f\ Ar1eaa.a.d l r"r ra lima-ibs Aha
near Mare Tb..al1 trade ha t" <(11y bean theletlrAi, tet ,'t .taut
..f ...... ef Xeneal fJmiaaw. -... t.waL TMI1 aadr'arlth
entry I Hfc in the tart meth IT tw<>. red oftfrrc ncottias } i !4aii it, te.lltdpte eaNtr Nat ib. "' 't''f.
ia frei 'or tv rttriTV Mawb.trmf.rls,1',,' ". 1 air, of taad.- W. rot
The final proof require! antler tire!* Mct>n* I H*| crop bait r .... .if ri-.. tt1l\! ..... ptik'ti 1"
berg N-tter than a-oai. and the fruit > rut, to paIka Tit.gaMtMtt.'. ....
o '"OB.I!H of the alhdftvit or( tbe part* with tbeorrotjorative ul" T1 't' a \ tatter ,lfUi. Tin fa1'lllill't.1, r"i t.l''''' T,1 coax ADAff1B'tl.uTE'" MNftARI lot vn 1'Iwttnwt.... IW tadiar

affidavits of two itn*..*>. M-tttap, : T r&Mtteft+ aN t.oOIt'ftl. attd .11 htaueb... ,.; tra1' tee.x.a : .. ...r\atalttt Ie. reiwmi. tb.aJttiN"... ...'4'TJIl .
....... in ..... TWa.. .... 1r .N'e at rMlli I
forth tbe time of bfe re'....... the nature of br t uU.)-1"1 *'"* liehl'VQk.IIk.and dtnuuid :;dart ... ",,,_ .+t I art..... at 1"b.oda, Ira r+#srrtltttae.i.f..tow I fur FNftoC'.fto TW ll.... of tl I.r ...... lHralvt I sI "
the fact tbal of the b..hei. MatMek ..aad rite( tdaa3rtg r .tt tats 1 ... The It...... .t \ .lairs! Pmdarrd ea hdtas
Inlpc'u\"flDt'Ult..ad no part Ii :*> to vests prr wasi._. a HI
.\ ,... nf 19rtr 1'411. at ItWK ll.. At
downward t". \. 1 -T
land hu been aHemted.' awl that the clatMont. fa ..halE' .Ittl .m lasfa1, t'
tetT... -1 rood +'CbP and dtnlead 4romm at i.-ae.pnI ,r AK I*-T..IOe.\L ".I'I't.H .A Hntf iii......r wf ta
the sole owner u an actual) ,etti -r Tw tol" w. ._ :Market ratlb it .V> t..t.> t.....,., M". A t1 T461r4 !!oKA.\ h .. HMR41.....4.i c .alb' of MadiMia. Ji lNr.H>. Low. W...... and

Inc addil C'M1 I erWeece IftflIt a romfiiiariflidavit tbe't -or4ba.; to .(MaatH "walL .triers Tire P..... ........I..MI rtttmr-TWar. AfHaltwrai
I t\ .-in cood ,u"'lH and 1.111 tSt'suaD.t at t 133 .t 't\'M'U ""'M.. ,.!: < ............ TW .\"rwt..t ihta t*...tb.. tutMttbea
to #1.u) front Steve. .kta cotr.trttal. lot R>B'd let .
-- -'- -- ATtIC
t. From originally grabbed ptitti** tM>Wief>, to dw<<.. The aw rrv Nurtb and Neat I I. ....... < .
.4a.i .t1 be ready for market .let< ,teialirr IfIU& \II'fltul'1'L11.1\ IIUT'L: M>ll> <*F ..tllutH-A Ui*f U...tj..W .* IWr
.tailor &c.,1 evVeoc (of raiKury or iwral ser rUn a.-i*.aaa.i at >wWwt Kind f.T ", .a. t., W FWwd In rtarMTW. .
vice. lows flearr The .,iualtv! of the lit.r <.mr tour :- .'A' H....\\ ILl C. FLA .moth .*.. U IU. I<..4. "' W the, wHI, l-rotwr ArEMToHtAL
:. In ca-* 01 t willows evi drrxe of the military 'urior ti tbat o( ]'...t tear*. aDd the trade hah ItU'dtTMLVT TW rVwvUMacwU law..rat .

t or naval service of the bu! bood. and AH atkUvit been very MtM-Ktor)' The immii*trop of w beat. ti H.M Ant>* I /"tlaserlMlarral: :" N .,... of alwa.r.ir.rra. .....11.84""
tki will en-ally uar bv....turT
rear rbrapen
rlwwla MWrrfrr.. it.a Abn..J A liar of
of widowhood aad w III! Ureutat> it* t m uaraed
-- n.-c t'.r Invalid ,., ...... R. l F1orW.I
: (""' Ni tar> to ;
3. In ease c>f minor orphan thJklreo. ID aJdi-i tk crrv. We |otc Fane) ftustily. At t. to M>.jftibofce .
("mU,. *".V> to !-.2i ; :avo.1 tamih *.. tT <. 11re'. 0.. tar a ( otoav In rtorid The fte..rO'oi
turn to the evidence of service, proof of the .... Hat (it tie demand for low ;yr d... It.w '. ,:.:Ir. ,.. .1&: t.ttm.tea i:! a1AlUr.. >f.t4f. FlorMa. A !Mar Vorwul M" 'hoot.>> if.arlt .

death- of the fit her and the 'Jeatb or marriage of lloMKi "k IHIT".-M rktt barr, and d..Ro&1 i -- nu. _.. ..'........ in rV-rtdo The n.1I t.roria fit
.truc; and .tr Jy al |i!? tu **.:.*.. \.Ik..t.-l. I >0IIMN4.-IIOI %;', rtw'hrn' : "... r.char lase4 nf PUirtda; t.rlftrlrf Meat'
tbe I'ftriJ.t.. how t'er. lit Ul "uft4r tbe .Mraad wLft atatettie I i Ttr .,........ u' !Vn**>..l,i ri s ida !'_., A< *.
Proof of service may COUltbl of A tertm d copy ;; the |-fkv. Tbl article of IwtiMMulT baH a > .,." i a' .ru .k *.!. L-ttrtta t 1T.... IMTM -TATES' I. or** UErunMK.vr &.Irt.+i i iMi t.
become more ;genrral, ta.r han floor, and i j.l fill'id.h II I
f certificate of honorable discharge, a certificate *
) JMIS r \ 4HM I n- >>< Laul.1aiI Laaol
oo the ilMhIaIW. Tai i *.*..*. p3.a...
trom the recons of the War Department, or tbe )jUL.-t'ton. .:uud UW 'kaara4 tkbL Pr' II I ___ LITHE.
tr ljat *l to H.Si lor K H m.*l t. sad *4.HI
atQdavit of the party corroborated by the testimony M. MIKA. 'W.....+f tHib....
.7S fewtae Pearl RM' I.Biros. I
of two witn v e*. Kvidencc: of death maybe .-Market w..I...fiiedU will tviee* ana.by -
tbe testimony two witne+.es. ur the ctrtilf- e t uotf LM .: t'l..r .idr* *t .. ....It tbe btn ; Tsar learn <"* Kw"tfciuai M....., as.ml. ..-. FLORIDA IMMIGRANT.
.mnkr rlear' ribbed nWir*. !'I J tot !1f"t'f: ?. ...... -
sate of a physician duly attested Evidence of to II centoOFFICIAL brreaer ..MM.ral o m.. bis.sac el law l...., C.4icol

ILt marriage may be a certified copy <-f tbe marriage --. *IINtq. aad ....1a .1...... .iitHanr *f tfcr. 1'1WrrNttun ....

certificate or of the record of the name, or the METEOROLOGICAL: REPORT .4 row city "If; CON'TEN'TH FOR AUGUST ,
testimony of two witnev e+ to the marriage ceremony at !'< .*al ('mirf at J*.k_ale. P IL. tot tk.moan fcraiu \i n' r.. .:LLU II.. r..L, rUKU\9 MKTM iiiUJackMOtlUr" U* Intr**.
rile .Idr tl.t and. .....1.0: Anal : ti::. .prHatr J..-. mil (.. nuntrUI l'm.|...rf y .It. Aawttal lMk. .>T r,....1.

The provision of the act of CongreM of Mart! t'4 r t''4..far 4'b.ert.r Tn rXinnn4 April !'oft'l.|t>.MBArr.MSr4 br ra.t......ArM. Z., <>..| p'"11CII(W. n.A !.*. and M_....>liM> lit .....,...,..... dHmtof H. UrMarkaW I

.I, 177. allotting final proof in homestead c*.e. ----." -. --- .---.-- .ll...MabwM a. a ....... uf R..ldrw< wlta .
vata.utwa I UAL n..a.atawl. '. A Mt1.Uiltt'fl'L PLAIX oaf ncM.H be mad before a judge or clerk of a cmrt of I ... --
to catatwa.: ';. ] I VAU. AM vrtXTflM J 14 *[, CI'UMIUA (1>fXT1 TW ClMMrter ef itt ,..*-tt.

record published, with the ruKn;' of the U+m1 I TIw.-.".= : n f i '" I tiei.4 table --! ......... aaiaf teeaMfonIMMB Wssw..p.s.s t>tvlk... TW TIaIw'....(.. fill law

miMionrr io r reiation thereto, in taw \1IIMt .f a ar4...heel. t'wM t It. .........t. < ....,....., nf !ktfM..rww**..

number of the 1 M M tr.RAT, apply to Caal t..r I I iUjJ24 4 4:1 I, tells( Madt l MaMMia Ih..... A<
I $ M; 4 ..... a ..lltUcJ; ....sitear f.*the ..matajglcy wasv.r' WALTON. ll LMfcA. AMi\VAIIIS! ..ToU>l >TfkTW > I
made under tfaee ectwot. To atoU eti- .
a nf ---- -- ; .. ..,.... hr ...... a .M4 Natrr .f ...." .rnp.4w...,..i ........- .....'
iH> bre 1 refer tbe reader to that t ;;'; : ; ..; : U: : .. .. .
leap .. IM 'S y 73i :0..1. ."; Hft la A. JtaBMnsA Pr..4IIaH. -.,.sad Ttstiw IA.d1 i .a....... .,that far
nmrux tnTnt.Lt.KU ESTar. .. ..N 71 '4.t : ".#. ''lit! ....... their w .......SI5I. ATAYU'K <
The .. .4m4 N. tear tI
wai r
1Nala.rtl f
I I. t. ip '' .3 .. ._ ... i tM VTIt* AIM TW Toiw**' Nwt_
.. .. ---- ---- --
U'bere- a party at the date of bit _try of a I .4 a.. ,f. <4 it. >*i*. TW Ar.,. ." AiwiM Luwt. rod .t iW rI
%%IO> mu M:
: ... c.; ,
tract of laird under the homestead bow k, >ttb4iM .. s... .1- "II', tp n... '" ..H I hoar ( .UitathM .1'. Pt.. std l_ \ ahaawMl*>
+ ..Uy tbreto.. actually raltotod l and MB- !I.. tI ..a ..a" 0'E ltiRA) Wk4., VI.. .... "''pdiap "....--",......,. I'.p.lattaa. O I
I .. p r t j ..:1.. 1.- 1II'tH: c..Ty tsars./1..rt4,4.ii.. ., thl"Tap' I
... .
140y.wl, in the army or navy of the ailed >Ul *, Mt m ,e ..:1 ocaAre. Tt are' Rnwiew It'bI
I .. ",. ,,; ;.. s.C ; !f\\ i I ttlt....7 tad .ata W..... I tired ....... 11e..t.d Ltd
bb. Kfvk tbrrein shall, in the aluua4rtk> i <<.1.f .. 1 a :t !t a I ,.... ...:S :L3 u-.; plkt I -- May ... r.M TM \ wtdTW of t tr.pr I w "'S nhr t .'r.
*x rub booM te d laws be cnnrtrued t<. be !I : aR ...I .... ::+t. 'n I ('
euniva- 1 wwek& s. TtaWt t-U .I tae .ntt upp'4w'daa.
a fl M& rew _
.. .. ha :'I I ca.I' ",I"'J '"
; ;est, lu alt mtnU and parK*e'*. !.. a rtiideteir j ... .' .t) I. 1 ....1 4* as I'I I Net __..brru.i A.kpaaaMl! fill tilt
.. r. :1' ,. N alt ...., r the (..-1ta" T...l iu ...... sad S,-,..t.M1fasa.rat
tor t tbe orate ltryfth of time the tract 11IIIW .
npoo 111I :: .. fIJ .t .
P'raMe i'.. .
., .n vttiami A ad if lAt ba Un caacctbxl I eaI : I. 4.M ...: ..ar +l., 'aeatt4 .# are r4 t tto d.e.. ... 'IbTl- .. ... (S..ao..h"tMw !(.tared tier I
catty .. .1.i I ;se t". et :f rJlt o t:as. tk4 ..... ...........! Marble ail *ri..eie Mk... .4 ...... l....... *..
by rta*.. at bM absence tress luck tnct .it hole I".. .. .I M ;.. .:.t Ml.t:. 1. .. r. ri1h 1.rrer,, tNM(4la. Oran Ili mmlatt a T ..... ..*. err t .IMA'fUtIJt\. Ur 'UHIIiAawitatMai >" Part .... nitre U. !

m the militan. or aaval ser.T'k-e of tbe I a4toduta .. .. 1116 aM ::S' i' U 431 Ei nfl. '.hE At...... .... fc elf.. .. rr teriittjr Mhwthlac rl'tU.-........ ..rfCuaaity.. ""yI t < I

.* ., sad. welt tract .has DOt be,n diM>...l of, i : .1 t. t :w ; I. :' i$44 ".J: .k ...:,11' ... ta.r drExSolders H"........ Irwfeua..KAPM'/. *
T :'I ... K' "I: TW ... O... Airte.d. Ie r.". .'
b.. entry baM be restored Nt M n4 tract b*. t ::s d. ..api. :v ':I i.rataas I
; .
I.. 3 t t.*..-'hot U.e..rM ,...... l w.a ha Mahwia KWi
:e w as : .MI'1M
bees dUfMMed of for- party may eettt aaolbaf I .. .'I Ill : 3Sa .to--WW* /ripe read Ib'ho ... Mnru ., a
.. twit i emi wYl .
tract Mtb;ccl to retry aader the borne*nd h*.. .. .. ...' a I 11NS .. : .. t. ..a.tr. awl tat ......... I'......-c-. At. I

and bM rtfbt t.. a i atsi tb.r.for ia&y be dr-. .. 'oat' :. I .. ,., -1it. tot 't !T. .. 31. .. .: .! t, a L............ aM. I1a. "'Inll\ tl M a Iltsh I
.. .. :It. .i .= :=.. ".. ..B wai k.. ;- ..- .,,- '.I-.....<. Year aadI KMTUidAL IHsPAKTMKXTA -'" ,-,.. ...- mLwlgwu I
maid l>y flee pr.o* toucbia; bU r.trncc aa4culUratiea _!.!. ...t... ..i. .*). It.. r are rwr II.... U r Ik*.....ljr 0.ns- A..... .w 1'1II....... tbtad.IsJtet..4area .
vi tM Ant hwt.emr. tat tea i.mt h.r'leaMr'Jb "y. t ., .R\ ..1. .i..t( / fit{ *aw MC u Ta i
tract aa4 bb aU a' \ .Ij' r I.' ..,94M-t. Urtd.- Wtfta. ta ia* l; t.rrr4M.pt..r.lr
.. mynm.. w :-.L............ ,'! : > v i
L t&ot-r.f mio satbeTTicew IdkT4 l.a '&a1eC .. ..... : ..... '" ..... .... ; ........ tM6i, ..j i....i..r 4 al't'. wary sad will rev laM..... What Awlhwa a................ ty re ...,..... Iahsa..
t "' .., ...... .... '" .. 'eea. uwa. >--" 'II'w <. dMvto r *trla...iaad .... taw ('we.ai.K tie a4aw ...... M .,..... AMdet t
: .. ....... to.as .f iaYeil.Mr'a 64 1'.eo ..leas .a W ( aUtMla .......... wler.r'apl. ,
"t Tb aat oa4 tbM <** stake ......... ..... 4 .... ;wi, r.... vi n'e vi ..h Mir tats ,........-...... w ..... ( .reap (se Ie r1..l4a: Tor ....-..... "s4'm N
apf4ic amt 'a....... I&1 1e41w'. ea.J.1 ....... a" taca.... ...t. ........1' ...... .. ..... w ........ or d'rUa ........ t1ucIoIIe. Yhd" .. a ...... vi M'"i. ... I.IStd; I
.*tb that be .had made aa entry' while m the ..... ..tthaa.t rrataawr .....y ./ ...... I aattc. *Mf .. /......,. ........ 4.r. tae .... aid .la ..... "....,.. aM hart. A........... H.n. r. .ettWt{ a I'.Itarp. 1
..... wn1III..... Mt Lowers at tfc c-r..M..t. It.. itvuttf l
"" bar .. ..... h sb.v da .* h f
en '''
t rai.ktl
inihtMy ur 1M nl Mrrwe, or prkir u lath MIvice. 1\ > .a.. Mar tea uv .*>.* N>. u U>i.. Try M true .Ha. .......... a... 4-
ffivta.< the date of entry, and aWHhiag ta* fIoI.r... raatru a .a w ....e. d ., ...i.n,.., t.... (..at. harlot. herd >..<". Mia.> 1 MY.Oi -T"7''' LAMM IPAMT1/bNT-kds./ I
m.a.... ..... .4 iarM.. U ", b me adasm .."" .... .. j....i. r #1-f and !sr>.' ( l' Jere P 1 aam.. liehe t .... ...... IA.4 ... i I
:rant e eWtnaf that" went vpoo. or rH r.W lathe ..., .- ,.. _
I al at aM al Ur.l. J. 11. tlllOH.. .'....1..... '. \ .... .......... pre Pd smh..d P.t....... !
Iaa4 wile air rawntba treat the date of I bias -.. .$ FtlU tVTlaaatsUM4ItAL: IlUOIft' .

&1...,... ad that UM entry WM tat'cdlsd .bjr -it.. PaktUKhtraaa II rwir .p .. Tbr ..IM...,. tar I. rbLm.-Tatrr. (tta.are. ... t-. tear 1... t.isTt.r ; I

reels of bM aWec from the ciain. for MerebaaME UM wuMer r tart..fifiaf ta .**eraiM4ea A Special j Otfer. ti-- .c.M:: iTarr.rrlait :.r I ........ .. "'- a.. ......... .. teal. t'
... .. wttt
*; V i h. I'rm 'aat. 'BM* t.......
MHitb* while Ie tbe l..... iHale. t erVK oygaaiaed cotnaiea at* preaanac tu nevebete .m r '. ....... ,r.y..w .f ... w' wtl 1+ ....... weal wtS f .
!.*. far b+aab..... amtajftear -r ,....., .,aaf M i
*. TbM aJklavit *Ul be traa.......) to the I kbia fal }'..*..a maalf will, ao doaji !.... ** Tbie ....l *r Ibe \..-e..Md. ( .r
i toner for bM ouoaideralkiA. No etri ta tat abut H the '1.._ .' ....Ik,. ..... h..an vi ..... .N. I IfIC" Suhstrpiyp. $1.25 a Yev, PesUgttaav<< pte'pa4. I
I coaae Halaaa
omBMM a *l nee co ialy ia ... .'f\ ... .,. twtiJ/ fa........r' \.. .... rai I
&n be aWe tMkkr tbU cctMa eieef4 wpou attractiaM with all tit a4aalac.. will fatal b*to ia tae *. i..r lit awry :.... .4L .> ..4 fc J.*. .> tars, lu |a. MM I II' ...... l'.na. TN *. i.elfin. i

from the
A pen e still la the military or aaral xrvkr. I l w..... the diatril4N ()f ber list .... erraaiM) I I Aw.I. EIt.lUOUPhrip.. 4\ I ,. u..UU-u. rLA




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itu'drtrti nunts. Holbrook iiid
B. O. Lewis & Sons II t ,

:4 Wt-it 11.11 :fit." J uL.....'1tI 114..

' ) United States Lands Selected fiA N KERS. DRUGGIST & APOTHECARY, 11 t'

t d t M Titc..MItt !.
: I 1.\1.1. \tI.\.t t .1.Trauut L.1 Tdhassee, 3Tia.

' 1 IJy 55. W. {DKWIirKtl.a '1', curt r .r. i' '' ., U.'fl" )lE'L

,k.. i '. .,' .0.- ... Itn.." M' .. a.. ,.. .h... 11... .1., I..... !'Iellll'. and . ... .r aad ,s.... hwt* .....d far MMavMaal aWs t r.m-.v.d! t I'rfparattaaFin- T V' *.,*p- i bur !..a..r thur 1/ ...ae _.t, >a."..*ir" a n.mt*.>. std lafanaatiaa faaa ......... General B BuhutS.I Jtr r MM aaJI Ydaaaak WRII i j kaaaa W*. at...'m..d ..1....M n t.1'.atda' (."ff...-. .-.rti. =-altda :
"*. 1. Itcaanava_M>. .....11. Jarkfar _.. a *.kt8r 1 .... -'ul4l I .011.. r._,.-4. 31 u4 ll. tftIIII pr'
rate \9tfft aad .... T iwaht',i Yap of f1.>ri4arat 01fk". Perfumery and Fancy Toilet Articles .Ilt. Pram.P'I..k. M a,..< ;-.r.-a, prt peeve; T_.
1 sn"e, ",aa4 .W.*-at* {>o"r....-,ad t>nl*f- from Utecmictryb
I ..... ..c sad prnapd7 .110-4, ........ d..n.-.l .t .kOa
Tr _aecI !n f .a I. ;malah. fr. fffcars. T.,viov. Inrutabr ra.h *
t a*railway
I DIVINE & GILMORE, I'.'., Oil,. Vami"h4.n"I..,,, ..,:1:1.", d.-aty

an.l )I'ntty.aarlal .
.. raw tad aoewtt kaM to the **i rt<*a dill! *..rr FLORIDA PLANTATION

Ah'1 make fit nJ) advMMc. on Orrux io ort fst>H b"K"tno- <. tber..uPHYSICIANS' ..

w a+Dignrd i to ikrir frhnd< te :New Folk: SAI.K:

York or '.aDDab PRESCRIPTIONS Tat ..H..nta r uflrr al l>rt'a&G .aJ. bit aiaaM I,..
'artfully) ."".poandrd at al: Anon ..f day sad ftfcfel !I .ado* tjta two aad a balf s n... ..i.thr t of U. CITY
-r w..+1 hay st.. Jar1..iWr. n.. ttF T.LLAU.tt. rLOlUI>\. coatainlac ?") arm ,
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Ul met!. vondland sad > arm of hich. roffioj bam
land rk-arrd and now -aldtatlan.. The lirprorrmr -

The Best Aincullanl Peter is lie Mt\\ I Florida Clothing Emporium, I, nnrk for.rtortnc u r aM crofx.of a and malt else dwdH4.z.b.r.'e amall baa_ ,tat cta-bowr hand. Ttxrn, ham

ILL MtVSCllE* orTHETR-VDE EH.ECITEUXEVTSIX : "n aft* OK par.t huge Bonbrr of ()rant",. Leanly Klf.'
.\!( > t>J"P11 I v r-i .. l..mac *atfl'. aad I* ....n a..nt a. II Mock farm at It
I I C.tsNIti1'III'LUltlll.l. hotPtIIffe on a Urze tnct or opm wondlaod. wb r. Unp-
sit,N WOHK} V M'KCIILTV.Agents : hard*of cattle and berp ca* end wotcaaac darlfic the
.f' 0 hate r *r. It ha al.o a gund .atrr.......... oa W htriiUI a
The FloridaAGRICULTURIST KIWIS( A. l'A>TEI.I..\\\', .\...E'T.I I oaa formerly rrrcU-d hkh DM Mtffle>*nt i'O"'ft to
t MW htaitvr. rift r Hvm, and ,nod tan. TII..Idtr.1II
',- .....,xv f Whow-ai- drmirr -v. mM for }Ltau.. .}it"i eke*. the balance in MM, two
Wanted .Itr.-.-. and f' ur yae., o llh ut<"n'"t .,11 per rent. For tit.
I ..r1.ar.. ,, an Tallahaiwrr Fl"\
R. & J. MUNRO _4 -

NC" Ktor AN E. EJ<<.t. 'I' MAS IN % xR1cwflIlowUUD i .

; OfTE THE : I." r., .,' ii i I' General Merchandise

1 vl.i.AIIl"'*KC. 1'1\ LAKE CEORCE
t National MonthlyA letotet1 t>> the Agricaltural! au 1 Ii..lu... .

trial: Ii trv
A '&IT'! D1aa: ,epI ) p&c.' A .IIInI\ + .
I \M 'THUS !'RHI l t r.General

I .

THE CHOICEST STORIES, ...\.. I"1.-' I LLEILt 1 : Tat-,%,<,,,-,,>, ja l ttnuxMily avWraWr }N"'|Kttjr i....na
.... offvnd fwr fcat it-Mawthr
.p d\4; .UUE I I. *
CHAN II. WALTON. ( U.. lkhU.h .
rvu*. WIT AND HI' VIIR.A A. 'a artuat fort at the laud sad h f"fw

.'. c.U\tD,M'rft.' _. ..rt f-ennwMacT.*e taoa.*ad artM-i* .......... aa }tilt
i Merchandise LAKE JEURuE .the lar.>....t nf the. chata of lake coat
t\CRY fKxCKIlSKf: IUH THE I H'KK; or TWO ....
IKW BJ the M.J... ner. Wac rigatana loa, hjr
M1..MIfCK T FkkVICMi 111. twelve .ldri. kavla a ffontajiv ..t ,... mU, on lUt...*.

OB ntlceat rttrtt "f water a. It. ..otrHy 1sami...,.. .ath noV '"

.I mirth sal net i. a atrr fmnt un MI'iU 4i, t REEK.IxaaliUt .
Taw KU HBA A>Mcwivaavr i I. ... -I" I" "',.pv'
i Year : _\'J.J.A1IA-I: :..;" J'.. ,,'J.\,. a clear deep .,_. It-.n. la MMof taoe arty
Price only a .nvrrl f rauih>a Dr.dr4 hy aO wa rB kteo
IT-tfLTfUE: awl the cabttatkic ...fffr 1 and almo narathoroable. 'friar for .' MH. KlnrMa t> riP-

"khie. aad rrrraW .aital to Ike ciima of ?lmt.ta. nm IIt'd
Its tkirtj"toe ariMd ctihiaMi an weekly, tlM. with arrlra APTHORP'SSTANDARD The land. |"'<-.ealii I.T' bind trust ua tttr lake are mat .
_. Zue lamer ttm ii>.aiMtwh oa the panda and rale+ec vt the ....C'O". 1faJ-.
t epee ,..bljo...... !and aiamp fr I circalar. or tu I
.*..tiat aead !M frat for art i g4et.caavaMlnf oatU IxaiM. Ac., .Ac.,aad with I vataabto comaiaaicau glia \ :ivc oak. magnoHa, hkkury, *w laciadiac both pnrailam. MmpW rnf4r s, Ar. .84 MI < the |*attkal exprrirac of tIM ftMwt ..rrr. fa) p T.,w and bully; are racily tlrar d. sad arr MdtaMe for the tmt. \-
TO anal<< *T a.tt. ;re of cereal, tryruble and fruit crop. I. rear of tac-
ADDUR-H "' la the Mate: white UM rr ""C'>f textile .tanh pro
dada;. and thrr pasta l I. d ....*rd by anti of ex|... are I1.VE LVXPaccrxiblc lo imawiie bml of .wam, |>
-....' and far narke'Sulr MAP OF FLORID mark-whlle alooj hPIIIXG CHEEK are laexhaa.tH l
THE NATIONAL MONTHLY rkaet la tb--r< 'noun |rrmraUMt !
I heU Bioaadwhrrcwa* a wild frovtof 9).O't mane. lrrr..

Lark B.. ITt, At thi time *,uri wild tire .have keen buddrd with ..rrt

bud awl rl &. ""*. sod wiOJa too jean will be bearing
1V.SIiIXUTON I 1). [.. _
fruit. Melas..otet and lrih potatoes,raMia rt and
ription ";3 a Year, l'o*tage |-rf| ai l. I
Kr W.M LEE AlTHOUl. other trgcrtble are BOW rruthe itropertand from

MIDDLE FLORIDA .rEi1'1E r 01'11". TEN OS't"tI4" their mpertar Ue said quality are arms: ia Jacksonville '
THE r.n er j tuft Jerk of the Called Male rant' w.4enrrsr. I market" at a third blrbeT price than the tame product 1'
office and Ia,.of the Mat
Land Office' from other ectWrn. rant It* lotatioa ao dnaZet: I. to .keapprrheaded ;

LAND AGENCY I, to tropical fruit hum '1'041'". No healthier

.\ ('I H t%. H. WALTON A. (0. place can be find ta F1 rio1a. There i.i daily rommuoi.ratioa ;

'i_.lUe, Fta. Diploma warded al Mat. Fair, IJI'T.'or with J.d.fI\me by Mruw. all boat for Enter
LL ATTALLAHASSKK Heal 1ap .f F..'...." frit and MrfioatiDe pawlag "smiX, DROVE, and
H"\1HS, whrn ...nod..M wharf, meatly coatplet.L .
Miprrxn lo ai:) mbT. ta .. .-. accuracy, sod ck-ar-
: 11..x.. C. W. Garrett & Co. ae..aad the on'.j Map cl,ln* topucraphjrat ladicatioa \ laze priks of the J>'OI""'ny I* fenced; a cutnfori'
..T tb. fare of the cousin ITice- Pocket Map 11; HaU able and .""' _UI ......c. .1It kitchen. has lirer a enrtrd.
Map. $131. Ut>eral dlwtmai lo tho trade. TI'ftM'" a* well a*a frame bviJda: ; f-., a .tarrhoae and aantbrrfur
EL\..RD: WARE" afral oa pitcaC4.a Order* hy mall promptly atb.adedttt laburrn' .
.,u_ W M. LEK AITIKiUI, qoanert.roarwroth
Chas. A. Choate, Manager '.\,H. NOW. BLIND" AND TINWARE. U TalUhao.ee. FU. * ofo esodttidrd.rvratbacbtheprrrntoonende. '+i rtato (
>..iN'I e.c Hay Mreet, J..k_ai llle, Fla. I HOW TO LIVE rrtaia tlc\\1IItb. ,3-7 with a Jew to Injure rr.!l-

T. T"..* w.>. tie...) |. !WII. taw Aceary v1 ** c.FLOlUDA.. drure ,.s the property For farther loutX1al&r.| aj
*..... '. D. OCEENLE.\F, JarkiTiQr. Fla.. or E.3H tI.\LI OIm.
ei th mol "p4. facUille for -a>iajr > par now TO at.rr1
THE SUWANNEESTEAM ter TttIP.It 10to : IIft.....,. New, Yorkllnprktor.NOW :.
,ha. er tHir Keiralar Uu ar tlxalue.t (. .., a.wa.t EnLF......__I.
a* U war. .... htt sad aKMt r rctl,* aJertiaieat 1"-' ter t. cot

", all property offered hy a. for cale, Z t Mid.....k..cc.......r .....e..-ell f READY.

Mad for eirealar |1 i !',.., T ertr.. I..t..4w2r
T. Tliaa ..). "' .-... ,. BM|. thl* A eaty i. SAW! AND PLANING MILLS t.. nkvs lust.a %....

peryanvd ..offer hargfua la .a ., that ..oa. I..... In lae la rkmda prnprrtywT ..r I+.da'a tit'P.
dMcrlpttua tea ail la W vuked.Vad lU.\VILU:. KL-V ...:-..-."....
j ....uy 1..&l1IoJ.J'u"'h CF THE
akeatoraadam cf tha' glad tit pmpetty .a..ft'OI. aad taker a

,... sRI rwei*.Bas, the f.lW-t I.'........, At.t tM..YKy Ts s1 ...:... n.natLO FLORIDA.MITGROW. y
--- DREW & BUCKI, Proprietors IDA.d. Ya+ tr... ltk

>arUI, atte.ti.u aid Iod ff.<.... InAHUR&XH

w. trir1 1tely afrinn to eat lnad sad for pal.l..er.Jy The
teal ha\laf *

1 The Middle Florida land Agency, .Dra.bt. .wt.. Arrlillert and :.""....1..*, I A MONTHLY MAGAZINE ASSOCIATION. 'rI

T.U.LAU.'lE. rLt ..art prep.rat 10 e ttaMir. aad arait: f.,*

DWELLINGS Southern Agriculture Horticulture !
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PIANOS and ORGANS Cottaies, Factories, Hotels, FiAlie Edifices, I .......KA'rUltK.AND :. I *. Jaa. SO, 21, SJ, sad :3. It7! ;.

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I .-..tHU"xiicxlFifM rtaao far.-f.KX..-' I I 'M"rpae-The. .r.. MaV.., I at net avia.. ..CM*** -y tUn! nti** 4 and w.+. Extra Large 8vo. Pamphlet.
boa: KB**. a ,..,. pt.q4. w. ....bt'f..1 c..1e.
t.I KM.--To. c.pw, tSau{ : r n.pts., .'.
I. as tie *tO I Taoae... eo...nnUf offer lalcrwrla topdu.. IIUt; les t.rpgr.asrl_.Uralo ,t. "i1II.r-iJ.ht J

.tna eai.. ...... U nun War taw t avr*. Bay "
} fnam n 19...w.tae. .........4 steed i.j....t...... A* r---.r tar ...'........ ., ra.ntoct.ta; ., wlatent. TW de.itn of Ui*> moathly U ta meet the rapWI.s. Price ::.\ cents prepaid by mail.t.drM .
eaaliicd U* ...t Tf7 Rhvral ,"..-sea ewa.Esj drta.aitlaf taformalioa spun aU Mb t, .
ara toa
WTIi.loa I. Ih.....,, havltja .. ....,.., pay a* M TEKMs ANU vCALTTT Of V.TK.KUL nick. wna (..... -* tadaatrlal W rkipaeat. M4 wi" -
laic .. ............, .. aoll UellahU !.. t... Lead. af ......- ...-daIl,. aVhai. tti ell %... II. ALTON' A ('O.,
... ......,. .......,. the atfriraftart .th. aMhaatr aad U. maBafaT
atr m aiia', HtUTT dlreti UKAl'iaiTX I'LINS AMI L"'TITt"' :' Jark_,
a a* w ellu a tvatdrar lot tW capttatt.4 the Khuiarl iUe ha.
a>.rk...ra at i.....ry.rw... N.w PUaaa, iiatladtac '" .... *-br."* 1M l14- sad ti* stead a Mt.oble ,.
M.al aad f_..,> --.**. '1 DO; M tu,e, Awl !aiar..utr.s (e t brd ..a CIfPIu- aodtsa .. akeran. u4 _t Is w.... .pa itt
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*110, T3i.ct.... ct.... GraM. .tIlO. Ha*** A. The ...11.... kw w ...-..-.fill s tape fill cuatrt......., THE UNION
Varier Ora...,leitb.k.dt I mop., .I/0I f....... -.n.. ray .f the MM tauffijat sad flORIDA
.100' I ..... $1 _. Other Orjma. 4 ...... p; : VI'. ha c a... avaJ.. aaaMMte ali .a.. M wtr PL.1N-. ...........vwe fr it-ctw.... .f the l""" th.aadatlkrr.practkaiaad I
INS M 1 LL. sad. wB .i taji M,a*ht..vii.. i. raarESfr.Las. >.. a.aa.led to rf. taformatioa
tap.. tool; s awa*. S.S HfUea dye' UIa1Mi... ta aamh fai aW .4 M.rr std MIsMS. J "-
*Wad tea" ; a ei 4wli.It.. .....cnaI ........ ThnawairP
-.... IJa_. x '--. 1.s1 .t.a.. B.Aettr.. $O,..... ....t.Taara ",.roatata al\t> lust dwaale-rviama arttb. I Bay Street Jacksonville Fla.
II.d.d.ss .. T_...... ............. Ss4 t.'t, ..t. earasd tls4w, I .II .....% aad t* aeMlr I wlmedHU.W ,
..._ irNuZ. Rrfer .. asp ataaaah h.... .* |UK\V BU( KlklLktlt.t. ('11.\,% M ...b: 'hrR Jat.._"tie. V'4

a.wIhWL ..... M rataWara std ",,wet" .Ir.. ..... r |"... Ja:, l<: i !! THE WEEKLY FLORIDA UNION

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FLORIDA.JtlavaU. ptabit.bad ewey P..hiday. sad .a w mad
..L IitTES. vtaNN.bd... P. M. OLIVER. Qa.y.po.f to W ......... I' r
j.. ". ..... HMM aad Uajaa latak.. .' ."*'. ". t'i'1..CIt* Bew.... wd I I wls.pea.ke tt.aal rear t.Mtf..y all. ...... .d ... Mate. sad..-.w.a Tall.
I Real Estate and Homestead oakb n.MuT If >Ls tal. Mats. .
aM Aral ...... ..
A harps.. c. W :... .- ,n ..a4i.. .. w Male aat at fetchw ..
LIVERY AND SALE STABLES &pet? a .alt,aM is,
AGENT aat. 1) r:::::.... '" ... ...... ,.... ........ ...
u p Phrasda a.o., Ie 1y 1.. .peep
TALLAUAMEK, ri AU. FLORIDA LAND AGENCY. ,...t..tr. ...... at
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M. COBB. PrepneorHera. JIth. O"tILLE. ELI.jr Trrma, pel j irTWao

\ sad UrrUrr*,-with [.,.'.. ....,,". Fray ,eb ..aL .......... -irliaP lIT.a...,r-. -.w a', Matt.Lear* '04 M. tLe WC ..........IKT. .q await. ti uf
...... M A& be...... Ia 1 atard t IHU heed IMk aiara4od .. y tae t lie y c-p.. Jart..
t"ra1. 4 .. &bborr" $ )..tkt.dttllM I r A\ "\''ELLIC'T '
W at a..%a ..... eta**** .. MHfci a ataiaamodua COI\TU1 MILO
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Wet i aaaM as."1' T LT 0.. Eanua .
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