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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: January 1, 1878
Publication Date: 1877-
Frequency: monthly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (July 1877)-
General Note: "An official paper: published under the supervision of the Bureau of Immigration."
General Note: "Devoted to the dissemination of reliable information concerning the soil, climate, productions, and desirability of a home in Florida."
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001933337
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System ID: UF00079919:00007

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I BANTA IT CANAL OOMFA5T.COAKTKBED '>-Cedar-Key and tom OU ...n,.. br rail from Jark- I New bttUJiax t.r tbe nut par In Waldo Tbe trrat rkata Fe Lake Itrfoa offer great at> "':;t
I.I, noTlllr. Jt mho ILe JoMtioaor Ike IVnlBMUr ,. 'UID1'riM 1 dareb.2 hot.a'Dae bmttr. p.rluahka to mea Ilf capital to iavnU and MlUe ..*
aT THK StATK Of FU>atDA MAKO1to. lUiLroaJ, DOW (rad if to Ocala sad pr jfrc OEOASIZEO Acwrrr 13, 1877-EaDOKSCD I I Tamp sad CLarhrtte llartmr. oltwr Lalkiiaca.IxinUr traairuadi. ftlcamtoaU awl traatfiwrtatloa liaea
.T TOE Matt!: UOAKD or IrrtaxAt.IurOTKMUrr. I 1 Great iiMtam &*aU ate otfrrcJ tw MW > tltrr coi, from f 1000 U f ItCQ per >l. at I with net rail!*, Mcl.and new town occvpyIL
NoTtMBia, 1077.Fla. ia thi rrjion. lUsardkM of the akkiy 09 ILla 'i t>rarot aad LM to be broaf oo Ibe aiL There alUaliuQ of all, A "New Wrt" cpesed
I l.| tt..4 IM .ou' ItflfltDlet'. tmmr&lioa isu tees' .. a<. mill la tows. TAte completion of tLe PaataFr up. TbU email un up to lraa.punaUoti more
11ew4at-ilia. C. KuroKD Itiifcrd. FU. I atadilyce&sug ,aDd aliitoaxb .ural LtmihesF Caaal wUl tbA moat eseJI"l MW...m .uc... than thirty alike of.Uore Hoe.aad brio,.wiitilat .
l""k..t-Jl1L a Iwoo.14..1.& Fe lake d rrlulft"l from lbe yellow frter n.idrd Bert f"tntoeilu *4 Vf are plentiful ud caa be rafttd drertly! to I .jr actwM: of rocket over 100/JUD arrea of Ant. .1
F flee locality! nulaliio iu irfatatioa tuttcltb. the uHI,and tbe lombrr.bii>|.-d to market if nuttrqalred f daM tmlag' sad Matte Uad, "loo Ui(to the.
Iir.rtwe-Geo. EUA F tat,;: &$M. Fr Luke, and DO caM of frtrr i.. beta toviui Uorlriaale ftr acoaataadyitlene.alagblaldemauJ.lb. h.ate. lUllruada, Its V: K C.eraweasail pelt
FU4 Jlla.u.LDUMU, Geneva, FU-; W. K. ,. U tU Tidaiijr. follow tag s Llr>mrflU made trap Wat- te |..rUet la one of tbe mart keaUkr sad. 3dal '
CEMXA, UaiamTiDe. FU.rrwu Waldo and a \ .rr..J. \. PECK.: Waldo, FU. I ciimate free from damaging frusta, from q4.W, aJr .. . .1.774 ttUMHb.*. ef boaatlfal. t..atf lkr, with sa -1/
C'1.itfwE..au.u..WaWo.na. ka, aDd (mm a tnrplu of LUckt *umot r. art VaaUU, 81 M,tOO. altitude $"UU feet abuts the at*
I I ArnKory-. & FU.iliadpal I far Bwmp4raaaltbaa North aadajracncnltHrtaad llkka . . 44 10.130 M I Tb .e UA!. are uperblJ) aJ.i ed t* the :1'tI
4 Offlw II 1 sW Fhb" mm fro*Inf. la rooarctioo .Ub b altkt tsttup Lb b. .. . 41 1VW erewlar of early tegttahks few Nankcra mar*
I &ad pun, euc\ 5 stet, ranac4 tt rsc.llo4 ia Onagey bt/1a. .. .. el2 19SXu II kvi*. The. (act bat ufaucc sad kmoa trees laU i
I CAITIAI. ;JOCs.. (uiimtoi |13OuO. OSEAjitt I U11""Lbe .. boic 300vraua. aus.rJrJ" .k k r Mfy have aerer Ura tojuml by frosu,
UL DatD Finr t'nsw or" Osa II mDOUOJI It U Mullr UlktrJ Utat we mutt boat; i .. .... K) 7PA w kiJe, fifes aarly ucie kuiMlrH ankaaoata winklliai
DUD IUCR. core from Its North",,bat tbou and. of buIrU Vegttabke. l t* rr>U... Ill . derifiit the ore",* c-M ft former wlaUrt, t"f'I"Onl
.. .. IIt( ... coockuivrly tkat L1. bh lake rcgtoa lafatuthty
I Obj4tta oilY c..pa.,: To+pea scam eat Ifea I' .f aorplaa tars Las sow be tautd la Ike UXeeoeetrj \ If I fnut-euJtBte
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t.700C7.UU adapted to
.ti', ikBcra sad &au. Lakm throws for stk.Ixrs.Wrtks bad bin the fruia I'umeZtssatea Iw..IAAt.,.ttk.. . II 9bose .. UCUUMC' ba a MW.mill sad plaarr. atore. -,I
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I I.&ki to to W.Uio, no lh Tn&ail lUrfro*! were iVaciMt pact ripe year la !lay .. *. 1fevtd . w.p.oa .hop sad wrcrai dwtliitf. all newwitLia (.
to wen
February July
refilled ollt.e
U the pkitso
WALHO w pr.tarsale
Uda fair tu npklly,
few ae.mtkal
LuaUr, ear load. 19Ooltoabredt ) (t. a grow
dearly SOU fc-d bort UM tra.about luld* / : sad shipped Nutxtt 111. tint vokof any an lit a..000 1ht. aad LQ... told at low rate to actual attUcra -,
Utvrca 1M seaport awes* ot t'enaucl.iaa sad Wag bunt $1W to|f per bo. bit

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Ii JAmtwrnn I* had fur abeut f 10.00 per thou yielding sand Here too, the Irk tar flea1"Inv ward Belme. soother and actlre Port btflnese Jackson.place both;tonal them nYtrltandinn. w.e after the death mt but of the lately prime pmrwaitloBS mover caused hare been the

which ia west other placM 10 dilifeatfy come : matter to ,
and fretBAXAX is seldom met with From NcaT and Hsywards; cnn"'l; made that will bring the point woralnently
each abinlnf boar
and a half mile south of Mel prorea time to toch a fine
me time.
i A walanrla llr.M-ldin ancescan be had at anr o twentymileicounty l before: the public In a short
ruse. boa mill amt tore and a few dwelling* TbegraJM I1' keeping disl.ncetn tover Doer Channel better known a*
the seat,a that of
and In iu decay harbor a
Good and eat fruit Uad Jm pa-tnrage for stock .tome twelve mils much longer
rrmntry adjacent road. On lhe way not remain
ia nerd +rod Island UarbrH'.tA4
ale at f 15.00 and when i applied, "a effects are we .. unoccupied.
ha ptrbap the finest location for stown ed, manure ltaralOQtlU1..tbt'f'f h In FInriddlb. over Fast
the one
where there i* a frtentlnnbimil toe! as a wide having two entrances,
viable. for sort suC ,
witha many year
be found high bill aooa1.tlDt and that
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anywhere half
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ditches teed! 1aDi. Ire generally Pass bar being fifteen feet and a ,
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to leacLlng. Open Ibe
well prrrent lowlands
view In all directions noli ;
r water-front Of lest at mean
iterated 1)0 swamps bar of seventeen
and well situated for drainage.Law not be rrry deep and from thecxn pact nature ol gently ; EOCkt over Peg bland
adapted to fruit oak and hkkr'1 Inside 'la
pine. ; beet of anchorsg
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trouble from.be growth.jshow the
t lots are lAid out and liberal reserves an the ground, there U bat little the 8t.tf' Small farm low water; and most perfectprotection
feet
caring In nr washing dnwn of their baokm.Oa to a gotIa anyfrbere in twenty to twenty-aeven
and "
pleasant
Frt.ti
made public. building at prices rtnf Dot Itl.nd.
of size can be purchased riDe Kiwi on
nerJ anY the
tree
landa the < by
I fur large hotel are all to be donated to those the benry pine orange according to improve be established
and cartful trratmenl. It mast be from "fl to f 10 per acre, The lumber pined mast aooo
' a peculiar
$ who shall first Improve. The Canal Company healthy as any portlo attention of foreign
and location u the
of land and tome 5 miles planted high, and not plowed' dt"f'PIyaroonJ., meats Onooant. ( here and command
control abtwit the
T 2jnoo acm some parts of l the flnwt tornt -
Florida excepting l I' baked y
of water front the beautiful! l keswllb cleai but lightly hoed and partially mulched: to thai of dealer, for thu IlOtat
on limbend principall,
well the coast accmitle -
be ftf long peri The ('OIIGu.1a no.it... now existing' on ,
tbe naked Ml 1 will not exptwed of
while wad beach On 14 to donated with each .na 1
suited to scion
sheep
Neglect with yellow pine,and well hatb' It U aly a q n
wmmer's "
web
bare. of nock, and some lot wilt be circa awayto nd to the burning of the un. and yielding rod by a
Utter U in truth a poific cattle, affording wide range and brief al that, when Tesrl now
actual settlers who are first to Improve for tea.i of the precaution had the least fVrtlluatioi of time, wy
alias sold at cane of that mysterious blight the"die-tack"I'rtrperly crops where (It has Into PrrsacoU
Water front lots and rill special sum r. andawedtimberwbkh
cotton.corn,oats,pea, unload ,
The chief are
bear
tales low to purcbaam of shares. Four treated the tree will be healthy crops welL la fruit, with both hewn :
very and bear Urge of excellent fruit can,potatoes and rice-all grow of the Ocklockonee, New and tarra-
acre, with water front will be given to the ant early craps and lemons but by means
who complete a nnt- *** lant..L Beautiful Like the trees opnu the tiff clays of Cuba: they it l I. rather high for oranges belle rirers and their numerous tribuUrie, can.

t party avenue 100 fist wide extend frcra lake In are lower, mare compact and bu-by than U the peaches, plums and grapes splrndidlr certain itoalitieiIkea ; .r.pl". be handled with much less expend than at I ensacoU.
t tbe lighter I toil In the low flat-wood, and pears do well only la
lake and vWun, whether for twine* or pies ease upon whtrerer hire ban .
will are all chinned with the lieautlful location: the banana grows to great perfection, wberrrritbe have proved a success Now a few words to emigrant bound for

surrounding and prospect of Genera aituatkm i, mild enough to carry It aafely been sat Much wild honey is found. Florida. Maay start without any flied pUn or I
1a 1
k: through the winter Here l It also the borne c.c dunning centrally through Jackson\ county particular location in riew. This will la- .
--.-- .. uncertain la rlac't'Srrom : river bearing the Indian name of ('I&I'Ola..hich any colonies of afew '
the Japan plum to many sure diatrr. Be,t lo mike an j
Executive! : :f Flrrlda. nncongraU toll and winter ,"..tl. Oa a i i.. said to mean "stream under-ground. ; families turn a neighborhood and join with I
a"onIbe
Y Department moW toil it grow rigorously,forming' adense on this MatUnna to situated. A few miles some larger cokmy that has a location selected. ,
and and bears town the stream dwappcars, rising again h. I
for
GEORGE T. DREW. Gerrraor30DLE compact top profu crops This will secure the lowest fates Iransportalion
of Urge and luscious fruit. Fl'tmuguct laDecember abut a quarter t>f a mile. Near "the sink of and freight, for the nwds Swlh' !'
A. HULL, UftL.o..tra"* person
It blooms oonUnuou ly, filling the ail which I is called the Batumi bridge, il a nON than those with
ia
liberal rates
W.D.BLOXUAX. .toerrUry of *UU .. are rather more
The to small requiring one t' I
Inferior to that of the cave. entrance Is
with
a fragrance sanely inducement
terminus a*
CULCXBCS DREW . .Cwnptfoller a western every
.. orange jtoMom. The peach' tree, too althoughit sloop but immediately) we enter a first room cconsiderable ffVrrd to Southern Immijrration. If ,
WALTER OWYSX. .. Tn>*Mrcr size and thence in corridor annapartments encourage
.. .. slows not shoot np so rapidly or attain the stir the coIoo.loc.t... new land It at once list
GEORGE RtXET ... .... .AhfM"MJ.o..raI with smonthperpemdknlatwalls teilo upon&
of those upon a lighter soil, yet lire*. I think to Experience in the
of Its
IttruitA. COBtlT.....\'-.of laad aced Immigration and bears more regularly and fifteen high. In one part is a .k-rd-1IJok. a community own. Ub
a greater age aD,1"nl. well as some already r -
North as
WILLIAM p. UA1s1 ET..Sapt. FabU IatreUo tiundanlly Oarden ri',etables of all kinds log little grotto, in the center of which<<: is a sml nd

J. ". D1CK1SOS. ... .. .. .. ... .. .. .Mstast-G.atial loath .C'Il-lbe main requUile) for success lying pool of water, always cool and I palatable. To Such Ji.httllo la Florida Texas,t.ho.l.uch must be the to same begr; li>with ucces9es.such

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and
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delightful. climate productive
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STATE BUREAU OF IMMIGRATION. plrnly of manure. St. John country, a cave like this In Florida i I. cannot fail
good bUn m"D' they
and lands really a curiosity but Middle Florida has bill.
On thee
low-lying savannas prairie a1hiub\e\ for one to to Florida,
A tirOII A. CORLET, ? ......... sheep do remarkably well tLe only care necessary and valleys and plenty of natural attractions. It 1* not other State cmpty-hindcd.any go A few bun

C'OLr1IBt' DREW GEORGE P. IU ET. being to look after them by dy and fold This cave was a great place of resort and rtfugi e or dred any dollars ready capiul.after one gels located,
the attacks of the Seminoles during their Uoubks la Ihi
them at night to guard against by smooth. I doubt if
will make thing run
dogs. There wu a small cluck belonging to Dr. portion of the State and at the lime Genera every inducements *
better
State
GEOGRAPHICAL DIVISIONS OF FLORIDA. In other of the can .
part
Jackson and his troo pissed a large any
Mars running loose In this neighborhood (onset. [ through be found than in the vicinity of the Apa '
anal bore fleece at good as those bot.110f Indian were concealed) therein only i a '
liter ImmW
TBB ru ao A laMMRAiir Alvldr* tks ikat.lat.<& furn years hchicoU river and on the Gulf coast.
of tbe kind of that I used to raise inNew hundred yards from the road. There are severs
same sheep and
=faint tfivMoa, ft*p.rpo.ae.f eoaralc .Ii derrlb. gration is now turning in that direction a i
fat sick other caves in the county, but none yet opencx
York.
were always never ,
tar then. M know: lambs few years will inevitably show it with as large a
x' Ea" Fu>BT a <'.Bpo* 4 of lK# round of !*..ass. stand, any died and they would have that are u attractive as Ibis. population as the Eastern coast. It simply needs j
... (.....We. Alatbaa. tatj. ISakn. aa..a. .i.aI. increased very rapidly bad they received any care Tbe Chipola river' enters Into and form th toe known lo be appreciated. I
Bradford, t.1a.M.J.*... .-.u.a-. aa4 Martoa. or attention whatever but, being finally loft entirely Cbipola or Dead Lakes in Calhoun county ant! this time I. good hotel
Tbe want at
W..? FL.W..-C*po...d of la* voaetl ofMa t.aw. to themselves dwindled at List down to thence flows into ApalacbicoU at the cnt-ot principal the route. At
: ,Clrrho.lee., Wano*, living VTalkt>ston,Jckoa, nothing' through the repeated demands of tbe near lola. About twenty-five miles south of accommodations at points accommodation nn but

.' .MMn>M.a rL.o1UIt.P "'4 of It* emMtle of O.4*. owner's table, ravages of dogs, and uccaslocal Marian there are a succodou of fill in the no ApaUchlcoU hotel l ,. When there these are Mr shall: be built the several
for the
...., Ubrrt!' rrsaktla.. U.... W-.kaJJa. Jeffcnca, *.U- abstractions of those who were not owner. Cbipola, affording sufficient waterpower railroad and steamboat companies:: will not be
....Taylor '&'.aIAJ'-a.. aad lUnlhov. In one respect some communities might profit- largest daM of mUll; up to these falls tbe rivetis backward in their efforts In Increase travel over

HntTW" ru>MI. rtanjHiMd of .... en..tt*. of II HB......Itru".v, Vota-Ia". Brtvant, fVlt IIUl barXtutr consent: no bogs are allowed run at spring beta can go a* tr up as )(..rbDoa.boJU' their respective mutes. Then those will
urn, ..Monroe tad UMC. Urge In tbe immediate neighborhood iberedrMTing .\ six miles east of the )(u nna. on lhroa secklnz either health wealth or pleasure,
Middle and \\ extern Florida, and wonder
great expense in fencing as a barrier sufli I to Chaitaboocbee there is a spring knownas JO'o
4 dent lo tarn peaceable cattle can be kept np fur the Dig or Blue Spring, rendered more famous why the merits of this part of the State hare not
,. EAST FLORIDA. before been made' public:-0. // K., in /Mturitl
Hentz in of noveU the
i s a small part of the cost necessary to exclude the by Mrs. one her as

other wonderfully insinuating and penetratlrebeasia. "Inoag Mow Spring." It is a bold stream of water C.arisrJseraak _

rtDCRtL roist-rr. Joasa: corsrr. rushing from tbe base. of a bill and of impenetrable e.

: Deep creek is navigable at all limes by steamers depth, forming itself into a Urge and MIDDLE FLORIDA.
t .t G.od 11.mJliAkr T..a. aced Ians1..le- of moderate draft, to the landing, four mile rapid creek emptying Into the CliipoU river -

11.NIt", ,...IId Ji-MNl 1WAl-1.' 1'''''""". from its mouth A little back of this in Su Johns about five miles 1 distant, affording fall and water jerreiuox COCKTY.IU .

ags / Nf1t'I.-J/ruJa t'.prwM' .1.,1 lit u. county to a Urge and thriving settlement of sufficient In ran one saw and two Urge grUt- -

'irl1fJlJwiltl1M/r Frwil.rotri, h.. ste. Minoican anaiUry who raise fine crops of sweet.ptatones mill at all sra.ooa. IScta; supplied from the T iyrap&f,UeaUlJtliu*a4.Jflrdl.lc1fllt.
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bo..llof the and having other tributary
and sugarcane, besides many cattle. earth no Lakes nail litO'l711 Abundant of J-\tA aid
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river, fiflcvn mllea nortb of Pai&tka. It adapted to fruit growing as may be seen by -a capital opportunity (or cot ton I.r (!ame-J%*bxafo* f the JfuctiU.nl f J-Tvr-

ncrupira the site of an old plantation ow ned,at the few orange trees around their bou-r which, other factories, and In the near future will give ida IW&VM,
the ckwe, of the war. by Mr. DM Punt. Tbrre with their fruit, cannot be uCt'11nI.VbI'D the its fiower to some American enterprise.: is In the number of the IMMIORAXT
we
were about twenty acres of Und cleared when conveniences of situation and quality of soil ace but twelve miles distant from g>iod landiogi on July

the transfer wa.made to )Mersr FolMHii Tni- ct ....ldered, it seems strange that so many settlers .the Chatiahoticliee' and on sire direct line t.f the published[ a very interesting descriptive article

Dry wlto disposed of *ere.al parcel to oilur go far up the liver and to remote and almost Iark
arukrf.and' the wurkof making range gn Tea inacceaaible point ;7 the interior when they when that shall be extended westward. I have since been fivotnl with Ibe following

i WM tircu. The great freext otVt& sad 1870, might at small Cut, buy such lands u these Tin re arc olhtr beautiful spring in the county
coumiunication ( the
11 "uwnt't. uiucli Morse thus any which Lave which areas much nearer transportation. One not so large as ibis, but fd more attractive for I carrfully-prtpartd rum pen
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educe Laiioet.rd fatrojed mat ot ..beuflD: af the Inhabitants. )(r. Turner who took ufUiDIII heir picturesque stirronridings clear as the of T. 31. P, which will prove equnlly Interesting

(s... ..os mmt..4t'".l itomla 'U tda .De. Wit:.. I IliC Pdon's Like" regioa during the war, and IVakulU spring lit deeper ; in that we can to our readers,and contains additional infi>rma.

semsl.oldlduaal familka iras Zbd at Its close to return to his old home, -re Ibe bottom al eightythree itct, but them are lion of value to Immigrants:
two
tbe Uat J"'n. assumt me H>diivcly lust these lards were not far deeper. as the button cannnt be seen, though
and |
hart bought small tncu, built oitta- are letter than those of the highlyextolledPruitland the water is as char and tnni
busily mp srd iu lending their aid to the orange roil- roily I'enhmwts but that the difference m hey are not *lu gih hke the Wakullt, but gush Thomas county, Georgia, on tbe east by 3Iadi.

Intercut. The ilrcr here line miles bread the the inter tctnjicrature was little or nothing. wt buoyantly runitingi with rapidity. If one M)n county, Florida, south by the Gulf of 3Iexld -

eratea rrry tookrably. the wut during the f:. U. IUHT. I bas a romantic turn of m'nd.. and can 6'> into I '. and .n the west l-y Lion county, Florida. It

northeast wliubi in tbe wint..nd -- 1 1I (X 'ac-i" urn the grand and iutiful in nature, I'i altout twenty min w ide from east tn west,

protractetl and rix rotu tout so( ist IK-ceiutx-r: ibIs part of Florida can r..rrH..b |4ea4y of miterial. sn.t i forty miles long (nom north to south. It embraces *
There U FLORIDA.
a WEST
neitber Incas nor trust wary injurwL I some of the finest planting hands in the

i fi good wharf a I..t..( ice w lib a dally) few mail Yolk sack .l/wU-Att-o&i-Tin Variety-"aJ ftCrrtai :ilr.J Sil- I mast not dwell two Iota: m ihe beauties tILe Slate,and to. remarkabe lor its healthfulness and

way, and a Urge "Of?. )l.tl. Iran c countrr. but on the mote .u'.oU.I.l in Terlibty and fur its abundance <>f 1:110\1.l pure waler -
&CS
in threw or pout day. an arrtre which Unniigrauts will be J.ttr..tC'd. Dy mean ,Imh' in streams and w ells. The topographyof
to hat city puy "nt'rp from the piney ..*J Wc.kea Kcm.-IgJ.rraati'a/.r r..ta of ApalacUkoia river the interior towns aren the county |>rvMrnu a beautiful varittiou of

womb, ktrp on Ui. &rU ease if the ltlulnluQ mud ixttltrt" .rt;, d r easy communication with all parts lOr the bill and d.W>, iater>|wr>ed with crystal lakes and
foot
dry
t" steamers ;sing :North sad not pUce on and U noted 1ls. About one-half of the to
South will soon commence, LTniletl hlaits it a tact that the tippling r county aLlslr
the \ the mlgrstioa
vrmeotaf .
Uod. .ia till be {""" tUe' |" *
ag Winter tnuri,l* and InralMaekiu allow,, me to communkate,through your column, farmers and Int'ltb'\cl. west nf the rirrr cnn get undulating b'liy. country, and reminds one .
melntpttlia. .
great remored from with a Urge l1mbt-rof.rmroalth..h.. have I heir: fns ifht Atlantic port at chap. a. those tf soiw ot the old r Mates in its appearance.

a quiet rural retrvtt often, n-4 Bpnken: wtib, plea- solicited information relative to FkvhU, parties rr,i.letJl at lUbAee.. Live Oak litinbridgr, I I Ik-ginning at the t; **rgia line there U a .uccesikm -

the linn ol travel lure berc. The aacU-nt Ctljr,aa lily the advantages of the ApahvchicoU coun Fhomaoviik- any p,,iat on the line I c-f the ser- of high dry pine hills,w ith a rich,stiff clay (
are of their tarrying AsLnuisviile merchanU mAonCactun-n I real railroad! tapping the Chattat>oochee river toil, wall adapted to the cultiratioti of corn col-
call old M. .\ RaHlne.way try.
.,.Jri.lian.lkeo; to quaint
reaclml in hoer three ltar., and it U are sooo to find a Urge m4ikrt in that direction, MI the t"a.t-a re oU! uf the railnad competition.Flxn. i It..., sugarcane, rice oats, wheat, peas, potatoes,
be the farmers can toy onl l. these Xc. and I* U healthy as of the
Ihruujh Ibearooialic! plums they will naturally tel 1 an Interest in Middle and again jp ta any portion
bat a bb>rt excursus I mull .. at Columbus. Atlanta world. This rolling continues
Omous retort to the Ma-coaat, a alacb1eol lU&ttd dry ot fn... otvan .''r..1K1 the UrlighU In regard to the town of.th" *, [particularly goo county ,
L lint ia quest A.Ltng. turf bathing at the mouth of the river where It rmptlM. Into priKTries ate cheaper than at any other I!, tins a different growth on the land which is still
I I of oy.ietin and rnytterin in the Slate The incie. 1. billy but the to of .
.\ mile lietow. the point lkIVrpcmk ft. Ueorge rWxind It contains about thirteen .l MnU *e population I LI.h.aJ growth oak hickory.
I and pyirywjr.and little further dubs n >lut *,ia hundred Inhabitant, but very little bu.!nr.. U thrmirh ioimtgratiou w ill luring still greater ad water' o'k and other hard wood This phase of
.iuni l.two .. larger mercAnlile r..UUi.htaeats Ihe continua fur about fitteen' mile '
aod McCuliurb troika, all _abounding now doing. It baa three Urge steam aw nll t. as arc I I country
? ,bra da and lined aloog the sores only at work. Is a vrry healthy location. I, OI|
... fob.with and a luiuri alUfatora Nt font growth, 'into tbe ItnjtUlm Not a taM of: yellow fever for upwards of thirty khina will be f.,1OWa" competitors. with the I I which run lo the rout, about twenty mile off.

of wbkb a deer ,r turkey will ultra ears. Had the place been writtenup and railroad These flit lands are lutenpersed with swamp
1. boeixl ea II."W by tbe pl *ii of the 'oy brought a*prominently before the public as Jack- The Severe fr homes ia FloikU indue. many i ito uidknoHsU high dry rich planting Und, and

away 'oihlnjr ia llurtdA hi nwreatneglyswprts.ar. ......\tile. U would now be a* Urge and M I..pa. suppuM! they must RM ..,..n no ih. peninsula. i.i a fttmrxu stork raising country, as all kinds of

ager'a paddle. to 4he M'Q.k"t of the urwlyamv Ur As lo iu location far re .
: cU tka the addra. mn.iiiua Guar or .1....'. It Is excellent. We caa leave IAMUS- the interior; but slip and tuBMder that yea are I boas and sheep. tin well. and there are about.

I.. tbe Mrangvr ritcr. .IU.U u. tf tdracra ol hemsastccu1snry. ink and in twenty-one hours reach Montgomery. ,there. i*t of the reaeit of narkris. while the dis lace* deer and other wild game in It This

Ii? open to tbe skip ret...... of IhrM iwrrowrmka \I. ,, trains there connect, and ia three hour arrive Lance to sUtpPM P" .** OM t a4J uuurullr to : 't 811.from Its first mikrraent. was,and U now

1", filriy w surd ia ant arcbnl o'nlnl"ver' at EttfauUjj there lake sleamUwt. aad la ibe des of CIUM1. .tMo. Caioif.) and j>t *e U the bit arming es.unties in the States

dare an4, a. wikl and ulcul a* kf the aU+Ift of t..helwan we can be at ApatocfeieoU,making Louis ar but twelve Loan fi..Ht .......iIW. and Oa. accuaatf the Urge bodies of rich hammock

: were a UnniMnd auks away lhirty-.Jx hours to tbe gulf brrrxrs; but put it at we have at agU relliemarketft"the. pr id.KiofM .o4 oak and h': kmy Uads it wa settled flrrf by

men Ta all aroood .'C'ImalIYu'laal' known i forty-eight hours and we hare a trip not to be that part* .""w., rut hr.ranga alone.but rich 4antrrs, who took UI| Urge tract of these

the tow *tuKtU> lUl wooxU, cmJrrUU with seVa.etd ia beauty ia she twa.... U tnjwr the aU th. Inuts aa4. upla Ur t }I'"l M quality. airakAc lands and cleared Urge r4u.Utioat for Ihe C4lltlratten -
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day or bard-pan, and needing. the. aU of dhcbcato delightful scenery oa the LmiteviHe and Xa.h- .| isi. ....ti.J. and prMtacwlUaa at tn-n.-.e of coifc.. and these! Urge elessrinZscaused

"n1' it |.o{>rrly dry la all weather: Llar.f rubs road fusing through Kentucky and Teune oa taw *. tera CMM sr the kMerfer auf the s guest oWlot IMJu..I.Ju..UftIU tbe limber

taU drBrriiniou bsve tlC'ftl too hastily CW a. .+ee', then go tbroagh tbe mowaUin of Altbma St.... a< middle lm of that State .KolaaU: 11 hl detnsc< \ e..4 landeml partly by tbnM ho bad to the M M lire 1ft& f we j; .00.| n
,. ........:" f t. 'i tfcemthr-irsHtei 'r *.sa.h w.iHettw'uhnncJvwrwer atatT"wtarrsru. 14C"hk..,' o .tt4 10 .... .'a suns's? t he W..4.ear seaIlse bier! then. we have bud amid- naly Lidstw18
tip on tLc route some .-f the fie.< tassanltate, (iaal( ...... Tian. .. LNk ,
P a tntaw -.1 I partly' by .pc Uiur. rot bad Wit pnncntiag I.I a ritnairM iwwfMie LivoraMy M IMm .,( or.Mk with any
if tUffmni Otaracter to Mil Tree the t scenery H Ue found &aJ..bInO.. eWriagitt. kaa w. as Si T......, neat ... east rind I....... These itch Uada caa now be bought at

i lard..1tiWfh.a..*'.a.I la tin tq'star m, tl .n a.....sld.t S .t. i-r Fl,,,,... a <"Hanat of. mm ..( fiatiIH rest rva..able priiY s. and if gust cifizro In

e. tor a,: ,...W uswitia'td ani.. ... ,...t ahausdy.ugmuf river jfc.ura w>ta t'; c: Kuui *M! W ikea tu..tt: ; 4 -.. it''n* T ails; >*n.t -..., ups ktaad Uiiia runt airtt of health sad .. swig. dims will rt sue
Ircatti.a amply m.*y thIs extra outlay I Iscfcwwta, we are at race ta )(Wile. FLri.I tbe *.. k* swalisi and .......... There Uaamsdaswr as IaaMsg us they aI" a Ibrr DI

atI in MM* tsars e'mMderb(bow few acre soil and chmaU t\ief the Mvalar nwcii i iadraaUfea. ..1.- I ..< u* UBi & tt bandy .........e, ao4 ibexthe warmthey really

aee4rd. ibis additiMuJ. cmt heoowes a minor At IU and 0itol, hll"1-."" Mid anoVr pn..r >iliiv4iUa ..iII-W ........: I .want to settl- Tae rid lands. of She

! are s a>tlsMk to.*.. ..ur................ they trr a north of ApaUchicoU, nearly a decree jxxMt of laity; c.abrcisltir....& Mea......4rrreaHMtof wllat. ; Ys I I hats beret M large |aU talif>D., and are county sot
aeUum or the Utitode of t< AttfttthworaBgv are raised i. wl.tD..IIf' pMiad sad w m4r suer nsiast, swaal Ia tee .
A . ni
t drought and kU U. of equal ta flavor with the IJIao-'i'ff;; rah, .... .. '- tok Wkk. la .J w.1Mt' Guns.. rr..u iats y" .
ever wufi-r lr>w ; many := .act Is w buie.tA.cvWa,
ahruh*. Bo wen and plots which, ding the dry the C'I't1Ip" M sure' The estimated crop *>f the U. en. l hettz.eLest' d A.hsaduystsu. r :

weatb, Unr>""Ia wpoa 1M bmbrr andUtn llphtet lour nver C'UlMaldbe pfcseat: year ia oa* spf.JM paw **e*., sad the L..l asb.rt sei .... ne ClllMly ..soil wal.es IgasWag treanu.frc
uiMk of .... wail.ala aa.rpabsg r-.UII.. Alike.
acedr
vraa
all the toads rat aWlMHIMtou
and... aN rashly grown .... the west ...1"t lie isr4 .. .. beauIli?1, t&.ar. U.water lakes,
ct a
pcska The fir* Uadtag ta J.ckaa.rosauy. aK.a rt k.prs a.a ,.
sloe
; an
H. js.4.
paths arc flnu and v an weary of tdrraMekapoftaace .. ... nOlMwl ........ "I.*: call liana. TL<<*t..rnmaNod
) a
Irian |. IIAI obii -.i la wale wlUx UlUrig. strafe U Xe rs &aift-r puial >oa t .a* au U aa.c aOaf likes are tidal with Ike tea uf Ch wh:"'-hue
.. IaIs of looac aaJ fact the iatcrwr. the next is hay port to raat.ct wnU a wad itowdiag a.n1a. "
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honk and Hne, and sometime !? net and Dunes. but there i- r o disease which we con-ker epidemic r..l bk lot Some people' living In oiber cons- ems t"n\ Gar the nnbandmsn and Utmrer In
The AnrilU. on the eart, I* a Urge, slttgg Wi. here sal tame that we racy etpert to lies object) lo Polk, saying they like the trusty I Fksrirla, and are much better adapted lo their.
swampy river, which furnishes water, fame and have a* the arises roll around eat h year. Oar but are afraWl of the people. Ak them why actual wants and healthy existence In that climate
Ash for a Urge, fine, rich country nn each D kle nf dbeae are "pnd* or such as occur Ia I It; and It furwfche timber fit rally In every season"" and situation" from accidents will tell you that the Polk county citizen kphpeople fur L Hice the most nutrition of all the cent
sbingle and MrreU ft* .yrur.1e. On ihe we.t cause,and Independently of any epidemic and they are not punished by the law. IU, and which contains upwards of M O per rent
h )(t<'('tJlOQklf'. another brow swampy slnggfeb or ctmtaglotts h(nfloence. that is.only a few wars I thug leave to correct such reports Iwfttre they of starch which i is lilt moot important ronstitti-
stream or lake a it is calkiL On and around of any purtScnUr dbesse, without any epklemi get coJd. People that abide by the laws of our eat of the vegetable world ami which yields" lo
t these I wo ..,...mlll wrae c: the Anent land In ,sweeping' over ni as they do sometimes In other country are nerd molested In the le*... Any the Uborrr an average return of at least forty- .
I"" the runty II I* hub and) Lilly, anti produce portions of the rmntry. parties that may have been killed' I In 1'.lt crassly I field Is cnltivatetl with great surer rat the low
every crop with great luxuriance. time cf the It follows from what 1 hue **:'d above thai were, generally speaking, Yet, bad .1"l"'ra.l os. t lamb of Ihe State
I bill are very high' sod l commnd a view\ of the this county of>> Jefferson ia ones'f the best and and the penile C"ftIJklltnl jive in peace ant safety The yield of potatoes Is ennrmon The'peculiarity
country Gar miles ar\unit, ami how a lieauiiful mist desirable dmnties, In the Slate It.. for them. Nearly every one itf them were murderers of that vegetable I lh'l it .h cheaper than
variety of fmst and field fo f bill and dale Id Ihe healthy, being free from all epidemic. and likely ef the deepest die corisrquentlf people' any other food equally wholesome. If wv com-
: southern pan ,-f the county U the Wads river, lo be free from ibem; I. a beautiful,bUh.rolling were afraid of Ibew. 1 will further stale tUat pat Us reprorlucilve power with the ant mnl of
famou hpr It* line root, |<. lie caught at all sea country with tfch, well-timbered. >> land good) ft* every ra e has been legally prurcutcd In the extent nutriment ('onIAIM'tlln' ) It, we ft"\llh.t.t ,, acre vhf
son* of the year and Iii wiM duck and gorse in farming and pa-tor: ge, |"ro.>lnci ig fine crop of of the Uw IN"!k county I*not a gnat place' avenge Und nwn with |hxrtsthwe will support
the wlntrr. grain, cotton sugar, Ac,and withal very cheap for Irn-l men lo Locale; in and begin their rascality.We twice. as many persons as the same quantity cf
All purl of the county arc desirable and well Is settled" l by .educated friendly.gr" il purple ; has haTe a good sheriff be U nOt ..nto. Und sawn in'whenl.
adapted to Its peculiar production.. In the an abnndtnce of I later gtwtil srhools and arrest a man because he has murdered some one, The banana, which In the southern |la rtioo of .:
southern half or flu wood, a* .li i* called, U the churches and U a very certain fanning country. and com dwn lo Polk. I.V hint lo Ihe wise i..umdntt.l the Stale grows finely l U an article i-f primary
place f.r stock raising hunting and fishing, and I hue near known a single year in the last We haTe good society, preaching Importance ft* the auNiUtcnce of man whenever
farming on a small sca'e. Here ran he ranted f.,riy-eight In which there was not enough made<< )...'\epiUlly the hunt sW2.-freesrbooN I the temperatuie paws a certain ", "n'. Of its
all kinda of Mock with more erase and lei ex- in the runty to subsist lu whole p*'i>ulti >o. all oTcr the county, and good teacher< nutritive powers Its value may be realized when
prate than in any other portion of the United The towns of )jlontkel, \Vankeenah Lloyd In the eastern portion of this! county are many II i i. Mated that an acre sown with It will support
Stales, as you have a perpetual pasture the and WUtUmtburgh, are all |4ea4nt and healthy large lakes, end bill, while on Cut-tsh lab. with food more than fitly person*, r\r IwentT-flve
whole year round and there U no necessity& fir and offer every inducement for settlrrs and visitor lorated the old and great Indian cMf'(, Chepco time more person than the" Mine amount of land
winter protection from the cold. There f ao 10 come In nor midu. would alas t state anj his small tribe of wairiors, numbering e.f average quality when sown with wheat. A*
abundance of water and the illabln, land U fer that alino the whale county U well adapted In abut thirty In all They live shad twenty- ttilbeexnlieranceof lilt growth, It calculated
Ida and easily cleared and rultlTated. TIle farm the culture of all kind of grapes: and small fruits, three mile from Hirtow. This talon of the that othrr circumstances remaining the *.mt".II'
.4 product are such as are made in the other portion producing very large crop. T. M. r. country U great fir the bunter Fish and game |tnnlnre Is 41 times greater than that of$potatwe*,
of tbe county. Corn, cotton, sugarcane, .... ot almost all kinds abound In Ihe greateM shun and ltd: : timesgreatertban that" wheat..
I rice and potatoes and orange do better og these dance. Il is the greatest place In the State In Florida offers lo Ibe scientific man pie rare
flat lands than o the high lands, a* they ecape SOUTH FLORIDA. catch fre b-waler fish. lUrlow h UM county delights of her flora lo the man of leisure unrivaled -
r the frost more generally. It U 'parely l sctllnl site of Iulk county, and contains two dry good shot| upon her water and In her lorrsis .
an that ,tock'nti ers can hare ample ranges for ORAXOR CTTT-VOLTM* rot:! TT. store, churches, sctiools, pretty gul. and a live to the 'invalid site offers restored. health; and t all their stock The health of this region I It re reading, club. ra.. the laborer wealth if be will win II from her
markably good and notwithstanding its low, Orange City .oIn-1t J CIOUDI is heated>> upi>n .--. generous MiiLTbe

flit appearance the water I h good and clear, al a tract of high, rolling pine Und, of some live THE STATE OF FLORIDA. above apjvaod la a Ut. issue lot the Chicago
though not Terr cool. There ia little malaria thousand arrr, which two years ago was Irate
and consequently: not much sickne**. The set chased 1 front the Stale by a party of six Whcon, IU Itab TfMl* -''-*1* .tAvWNktfjr, ."' l, J.W- JHS.,,4'. We are pleased to stale that Ibe
tiers< often build their bonnes within a few rods sin mt"D. who have bad it surveyed and laid out m. writer 31 Ir. J, 11: Shields, C. R, ha recently
of a pond of water, and mJ'ITa. good health a* into squares of forty acre, subdivided into five, diefi.aa t Jr., tfr. taken up his place of resilience In TlUhaaee.He .
others who are located on higher ground. This with streets around and between mly fret wide. The question where cliean anti tC'.IiIDJ.<< I* the author of a valuable work on
portion contains Judge Bell's Florida. volcano, No purch\.vr at present I li allowed take more can he! .obtained a healthful climate and accessible very
which has created so much curiosity at home than three flve-aite lots, and must pledge himself lo markets is an important one to inounds" engineering constructions' which hs attracted
and ab"... The New York; J/n'dh11t"U1 a pe- lo Improve the whole or part the first year. of men in poor and moderate circumstance much attention. We doubt not Ibis gentlemanwill
clay correspondent: down last winter search lor The town proper lies two and a half miles cast FlotMa. embraced within the twenty-fifth and do much toward Inducing immigratIon to
it and write it up but I believe they all filled to of Blue Spring Unrulimr, upon ripe SI. Johns and tlonr-Ant inmllels of north Ittilnde. contain Florida through his private correspondence.
find the crater, but found-the "critter." an avenue I I. cut Ilipriirli to nUt wharf: and no $.OOO.X) sent of Und, of which 17,000.000)
. The northern portion of the county, or the prettier landing It In b? fnin. a[->n tbe ricer acres belong/ the General Government, sad are -... -'-
high undnUling part, begins about three milts lilu t'*|>ring i I. a curiosity of itself boiling up a* subject to entry t $,IlixJIx10 acre an owned by
south .tf Waukeenah<< and the Augustine road It does>> out of Ibe ,ground ftrt miug a creek a quarter the State, and subject tonic at |I.S3 per acre; FLORIDA ITEMS.The .
and cuoUnntto the Georgia Hoe( or about of a mile In length emptying" into the $I. and IIf the remslutUr, a vast ..u.tityl. unimproved -
twenty mile This portion U about twenty Johns Its medicin quahlU-s are not estimateda Und in the hand of in!uaK belt< at Metropolitan Hotel, in Jacksonville,
miles square, and U as picturesque and desirable yet but the site would mike grand' and pictunaque prires varying faun 50 cents to |IO per acre.
under the
nf l. H. Kdaanli
a. any other portion .0( tbe Mate. It U very pace ft>r a sitii..riuin. It lie within the region denominated "hot" management Co.,
much like Ibe country around Tallahassee Out to our town. AlreaJy one hundred and bYloby.inl i geographers, and .U In the same I,ill. is DOW one of the beat b..II'I.I" the State It ia
Quincy and )1&1 ianna. of Leon. (h.d den and tea fire acre l*>t Ia noire Ire.u ukentnnd nuw there tilde a. Northern< ilexlco. ( t'olralr.hilt., and (ant becoiulug a f is orilepUce of rrH I f..r Northmi -
Jackson counties. This is the country farmer is set looraD:. e and other c'trustrvsome: eighty Southern China, and Isothermal with? Egypt: ,I.holt. and asses Invalid
should seek, as it abounds In the rN'b"'Ir MM). acres. Over thirty rrnidencra bare hvtti built, :\orlbf'ruhbi Persia, and Southern China.
The St Augu tine road cut by the United Mutes and by a t\ cUm Io utimmitrallh. We" have The mean temperature for twenty years preceding Several families r.ronllhe Wnl have lately
Government years ago, from Tallahassee to hi. a store, uw null several UMrilinj-lnHiMT, ROK| the year IfW. as taken at Jacksonville, in i settled. near Ibe Su wan nee river. Some of them
Augustine, in the east, runs through) it from west school and church privilege*. that state: wa fiU.Si The average number of will engage In farming, while other will raise
to east, about three miles north of the beginningof Time soil I I.good with truck for fart dizing upon inches of rainfall: ftw ten ,.nnl'f1'Ct"lInr It+OMas, ..
Ibis high rich plateau. This the subsoil ft .,{ wells stock The Und In this. section U considered .
runs through some same, cliy water **> depth lakC'n.1 the same pee,was 47.0.
of the finest of the lands, and all along is dotted ftf\t'e1Ilo. thirty frvt.location healthy Mve what Tbe general hcallbfulnr of a Urge part o( good and suitable for fruit culture a* well a* '
with firm hones and beautiful cottage, surrounded sickness mt \'CC"IlIAriylilUIIW! removals from Florida U pr verbiaL The average annual mortality fanning.
y by stately oaks and fine orange trees,and a long distance. InvcU such *s ino t place of the whole peiiiusnla as taken from the oG
the rich green ot the Cherokee roe. It passes averarc. Game and fish fir the sp)urtsmn.: Two report of Sargeon-ueneral Lawson, U. S. A., -The Welborn order inns of Temperance will
through Waukeenak a beautiful little country Urge lake from' three lo six miles away-Ileres- male some>> years ago Is found lo be 200 $per celebrate it* ninth anniversary during Ibis TM
Tillage which U settled cultivated refined ford and )( United
by I. ooruc- cent. while In other portions of Ihe month. This melt is said to be the oldest
people, and Is withal healthy. If we come block U raised here enough already for home States it I is 3 03 per cent. The slat Mitt In that
few miles further north from "Waukrenah we me. Beer 8 to 10 crnia a pound. Corn rye and Bureau demonstrate the fact Ibal the disease and most stressful belonging lo the order In
strike the Jacksonville! Iens4cuU and Mobile oats, as well a* Tegetables, are surc-tetilly raised which result from malaria are a milder lyi*- In the State, having about sixty member. At
Railroad which runs straight through/ the county after the soil ba then <>{iciied iiworked( and the peninsula of Plmid. than In any other Slate tbHr celebration they will also dedicate tbelr
on r thcr bow, swampy ground which seems to fertilized some. in Ibe Union. These reeordssbow lhat the ratio ball.
be the natural separatum between the oak and The snurc* of industry are Taikd. as In any of deaths lo the number of cases of remittent new
'.. hammock Und and high pine land Tbe former place. The active, industrious Immigrant, w lib lever has been much less than among the iron]* -The wide awake citizen of the Santa Fc
:, are mostly suthM the railroad and the Utter capital can find here a healthy location with. a serving In any .4her paths| < of the United Scale*. Lake region In last [latch. met at Banana on
niiijy north of It. This railroad run from climate. good as one need took for, wherein to In the Middle Iiel>>i .Mon. t>f the United States the
Jacksonville on the east, lo the .\raluhic,"", csUbli any or all ot the branches of trade ur proportion I hone death lo thirlm-ali case of remittent .. Ihe lap tell and organized a Fruit-Grower's Association
river, at Chattabotichre on the west, and run* Industrial pursuits Near and around arc several fever In the Northern )>ivision, one lofiftytwo with the following officer : II. .A. llsw* ,
fleets at live O. k; with Ibe GeorgM ron.l*. It old bearing gnm-ft, and with Ibis continued high in the Southern Division>> one t. fifty kin president t.William H. Barney vice-presiilenl,
furnishes an easy way of getting lo Ibis cnunlyeither : rolling pine Und, of miie twelve thorand airs four; in Texa, one to seventy eight 'in California IL II. Ix>lrcr tru.tUITr. and A. B. Moat-ley" ace
from the rat. swish or west. Muntieello, in one belt, we <:All safely "presiki with abut i* oue lo 1&. In New ifelJro, one lo "" ;
the county site, is four miles north ..f Ibe main already done, that In tie meat half "< road and is reached by a branch railnmd (rom years there will I* no one tract ..f Und (iu the Accrwtiliility one of Ibe mist Imlw"I.llt factors are pleased to rmlve copies of Tin
or Station No. 3, Jacksunville. I'msa- State with more of the citrus I together, of
acre I I' in time pn>|io iiion for Ibe development>>
Wii ira.
cola and Mobile Itaitr.ed. This little village I. with the pineapple and other small fruits, any country' Ttut ,portion of a Irrriloiy' whiebha .. jwibliabed at Gainesville' by 21 r. O.
situated on the ino televated pine ride betweenthe planted omit. than right here in Ibis port of Volu- not i>|>ew and may cimimnn'icatkin with all A. Myers. It i* not only an interesting paper,
Golf of 3Iestco and the Atlantic ocean in ala county UK*. A. x. znwt vY.N. the other portions must suffer and remain at a but contains much valuable reading matter that
Florida. and is a |retiy little town, settled br dUad vantage, 0.. matter what may lie the wealthof Usual be of interest to new settler In Alacbua
goad,quit, pt ioeable citizens highly CUIII..IN.dnetl Us resources. In this respt-ct Florida enjoy'
and polite. There is hardly a town in Bartow-Polk County. a more Uvorabl situation than any other State county Tile dtizens and merchants of Gainesville
tbe Stale ..bC'f'elhne ia ao little disturbance and in the Union. II baa both geographical should lake. an Interest in supporting, '
strife as in il. This pine ridge extends into Georgia .Voslg1.i7ra" >da-.14 TroMmtwi1As.rt... Qwuf.CreKlp position in relation lo the great markets< of Ibe two nlltrpritlal..n.
and .ia aoHtng the moa healthy portions of -? Sr/wr, -a-I T"vMn-7 I world,and MirMS.iiig facilities, for water communication.
the country. Indeed it is the lace where all ,. II his a coast line co f twelve hundred -The (htW a County Grange,'" a fair InJuincy ,
fJU 0 ." JItIl.ua CIWVI.I"rnA
aitwa.f
pulmonary sufferers should settle to live or remain mile, (ia length embracing some of Ibe fineat ( t'arJyl.ut oionlh. The display vege-
to spend the w inter. There i* a balminess (Jam i. t\4 GrtnUtt.ibuHd, fir. tfc.KD. harbors while its luUnd system of rivers and tables orange sad also other fruit betide
somechoice
and elasticity the alno.pbere>> of our Uamie a.ok'DhUIIGR""T : Allow me spice lakes reDden all jiortiiHis i>f the State aocewible.. ,
pine drests which is so pleasant. and healing to in your beautiful and well arranged r-I--' lor a It serums Increilible that a soil apparently sit collection of flowers, was very fine. The
all Irritated condition of the lungs and tirun- few line in regard to I'olk county While other poor as much of that in Florid appears! being exhibits of needlework, paintings Ac, by the
chirp tut... IUaI,once brratbeil, il produces an counties are uing their pen In a mt skillful c.mr.."l greatly sand, should ykid so eoorruoualy ladles of Gsdaden and "Ward" counties, waa
amount of relief which few In-licvo nutil) they enjoy way. I can oalr butte to simply make a few remarks -. loculiivatiou. I prtfrr In let tbe pn .f oue of the leading featurra of the exhibition and
it The pine tree U naturally air plant In regard lo the county of 1'olk. She has tit 'its fertility. mat tI" the natural Uws governing ,
and derives meal of iu sustenance from tbe at fine Itnda .. attracted much attention. About fourteen saw4es .
good crop, and trod: dtburns, and IU bysieal choraetrr tlcs. which lisa never
mo>(>>Let?, and. tberelure, it destroys or ahaorba, many who. love to welcome rw-.I.l of the cold change rather than by atieg .instances of |bereuli > | of Scupprrnong and other wine wetees.
malaria, and gives nut a healthy lert-bintbinate! North who Y bit this county or dour I.. ..ttl In which have bern obialaol ty ordinary hibiled. Gad*>len is one of the best counties In
odor which Is curative in iu effect: loaJl ilieaMS our midst. They desire U* see the people! of the careful culUvaUoa, since all j aitlnilar facts ate MiddU Florida. for the cultivation
nf
of chronic initation I ran speak of the healthfulness North enjoy the mild winters and pleasant summers liaM W* be err 'nc Mi>ly slat..t. and are sure lobe the grape.
I of this county and especially of the pine wf our sunny Uu region, from experience, as I have .been living and gosh citizen who desire lo see the manlyprmprriMM soma they corroborate.' Lake .
I here in Montici-lki and Dear it since 1't2J, and>f In Urtb public and private atfaits. It U ear to atnnittl fur tIes wonderful' and Citytyertrr 11te heavy 'rain upon time
course in that period of forty-eigtit years there< We are Ubr>ring under more diaJvaaU/e. than varied production of Florida when we reflect. pngrea. of our country-4n the point of wealth,
have been many thing \\ ben I first settled almost any other county in Ibe Stale. There i S- that its sbyticall"J1rapbf U very similar lo that arising porn the ue of tuhacco: alone U moat
I bUtt it was A wilderness, with few settlers and not a steamboat testing nearer than Tamps of is brought UDder Incredible Hat as our citizens sr2f aW abandon
no facilities f r trsn.portatioo or travel except (distant ftNly-slx miles) and art a railroad depot that law of nature aocuniiug to which the number its .. .
I w would thai if each farmer of
suggest
what each individual could furnish for themselves nearer than U&lbesville distant about ICO ofde.. constantly Increase with Increas-
for the first twenty-five years I lived mite. We lire in hope if w. die la d-JMlr. lair heat and corresponding humidity Columbia county would plat ODe acre In ibUe
ben ur when aLe country was bring PI'ftIbl We are very aacccsafBl in cultivating all kindsof The peculiar' configuration of Ibe land secured' i penal veartkle.lt would save Ibe county at ..h.I .
clearing up Urge tracts of la,4tl ete was a great fruit except the spjJe--toch as the peach, a very Urge amount of remit, and thus gave to I lowest. estimate the neat sum of one bundred
deal ot sickness, mostly of s nulanal character, orange, lime, btaaua, guavar. fig Ac founU tbe Male lh. character:: of an Uland. Hence
thousand dollars.
and intermitlrnt, UlkMis lad congestive fever grants are arriving among u.. but there U still there ann a one of the characteristics of an insular -
prevailed ule a nll. It was no unoummon room for more. We are not tr..uM .| with Insects climate, namely an iocrea of mobture -The Bowannee County Agricultural Society
thing in those Jays lo see whole. families and u in meat other .....l4aw.. There U eoih- caused by ties watery vapor bleb: arise from .. hard at work arranging prrlimiuarie tutUs
neigbborbouds prostrated) with fevers with lag here to prevent ease making a livlag or these*.
I hardly enough well ones to minUter to tier cnloyiaf it We steed the right hand of fellowship Setting aside the Lemtcal and geognoatle varktie first county fir, which It i* thought ill bebeM
fckk. ISal Ibnae. things are lumbered with tier to those seeking a home lnw the hills of of soil, it may be said that toe two an." at Lire Ok some lime during the present
past, and w* BOW have as healthy a couaiy Venuont to the starry plains. of Tex*. We desire which reguUie tb* iVrtiliiy of ry country are mooih The holding of uch a fair k a move la
IbervU to be !tonal asy where Mace: she (lies' to ee them occupy our gnat pine and ham beat and moUtnrWhere these are abundant the right direction and will .
I we tape
ing of tbcae large plsatilioos and tbe decay of mock lands engage ia '. the Lad will L. highly txuberaat where they I prove suecrsaftit.
the Umber and the Beiio..lnf and roltivstion of where. they caa soon pike arsrurtabLIbvh g are deficient It will be settle, It..hi supposed It certainly will it the tanners and ealerpriaiag <
the soil, malarial fevers have an..l entirely d... and secure a healthful home. Thou*inds of pea that heal U the moss Unpurtaat of all single dtizens of Sawtaeee. a>i la the 11I1.&-
., I appeared. ADd Ii I. hardly to be feared that we pie vUit Florida every year aW go born convinced agents hut though ibis U probably tree still ler ColnatbU cou".iIt no doubt te willing
w ill 1 eye be subject to them apia, at ibe Uata-- beyond puMJUlify of oorrrctiuo tart la* the iadaeace of bumidtty U moat powerful' I to send some of her prwdtici" fut u 1alLWuca.A. .
Uooa are Dos cpee.- d and there .. suOdeatcleaml entire State .. fairly represented by what they raal..Uoa.. an instance of Ibis that It has ,
laW fur tba requirements of the country; have.... and u...rkncrif to a sixty days visit been rurally ascertained thai the oiygea used association baa recently been 1acwf'O .
and coasequraUy u.er..W be no mime eaten to tho Stale Not o&e peroa. ia a thousand who by seed dariag germiaaUoa U nU always taken sled and duly organized. at Fort (ie org \ fur the
ore .nd general eleanag ot'n. awse tt U Twits KnrkU know aayihiag aUnit the woe from Ihe air but .. oUab4 by decomposing pops( pgrtimi leg mad Fort
DOt Boded. Thenfcjffl, we wlilbe fi,. fVoa all den awl beaatk4 thai fmtUMA. of the 8tU ..ac,. Improving
disease peodicrd by the opening aDd tlcarUg known as South Ff......s... It U time. that... a T0 the saaa of liakel meat It .. Importantthat George Lysol,near Jackson vilk (>a tUU Wail
of new Uixis. Csperieskce also shows that the cneditio of ihhig shi>.U cries, and jostka be the ftjod trr*.a/y for the support of bi4family w W be "det1 a ArslcIss boll. sew 1&Ieefj.in
country has bees free from that ci**. U atoe..*s done by the pma of Ibis State sad. elsewhere to be p tud meted at the lanai 04t of labor wade te addition to the present shs11-rosJ, sad
our may yean, u since the ba quirur of a this t'ouae tiy &servtag i1'1f..., ....., Lure and line thus Ira,ing him the' large poeI4bW otter Improvements wbkb skis
century we have tad ...11. sickecM U oar emus rich valleys nU4 a.uu. charmhig Zebra, exqusite rnkiue of lime la a..... lot an accumuUUua vf completed
ly, IVnan skkcn and. die as they do in all sceaery. and kuf4tat4e and reed people profit.a&4 will abate Furl Usurge. UUad a fa write place efrraort
r cooatriea fur' It U Ibe t&C U every <** to die: your eomsDusfcJrat Lss had the. geud furt... to potaloe fonisa a cheap and aulM fur Northern sad many of our own people.

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baD them to AiR in I thepefJrmance out they may be placed ,. the same position S.rt'fard la
influence
fXRRKtroXDKXT8f 'In the constry; sugar, fJ'1'UJ.pI' cane .n of their duties AsevMaceof thin to the points of the enrnj.ss, because the
Deserlpttvs art-then .Wwta< the s4v.atarve H. com, puUloes Ac. Handreds of strangers wUcmstaatly .wnnd thus the
fend by diff.'rrM *f tl... *f tke Mate eaauialaflaformutloc rbit this office, and to order to mate we will call attention to the bet that by comparing south side of a tree has more nar of the. lower
lathe ( north side. Do ant remove any
s Tab
lag settler, ar. ottdte4( stun articles. .. all ...,. from other portioas of the State are lathed, foi State with the number reported by the late limbs but leave them to protect the l 4f.\
a mass
)*eu saltsbls fut |mbtte.tloaj la a p*|*v 4 ve4e4 to credit will be Superintendent there .is shown an Increase of up the tree carefully, preserving Urge
which full given. Ppedmen<< cop
the e-i... of Irocalfrallosi and scrtealtsre. Coiassealestlona let of maay of the local papers I.. tbe Stale will three hundred, wbkb we think speaks welj O nt of ronii as possible; trim all the taken or I

of a |>olUleal out are will .n. .. U.erte b tut Ap1cqI..ratr only) fur the activity and efficiency of the c.fficen, bn>W>l MO!',cover tlKmhl.. moss,m.**leti andkeep
kept lnpertion by stringers.
win also be kept oo file. room
with of writer sa4 .offie s4
Mae post them than they grew;
the io the cause education. do not place any deeper
people
....... Any .&8,.....* e tttalo.4 I. eotDotaskestloas by 6} fret In afte.pkasantlysltwtcdwlh ample by lad work the soil
To the immigrant then we can : Hare DO straighten out the roots among
say
which are ronl fere by the B.rrse, ellaattgratloa room for exhibits.
to be ......'.abta or sxafjcsrattd, will A effdUj welcome .b extended te Hilton at fears that your children will not be afforded them with the fingers adding water to rattle the

be rejected. our publication office ta TalUhassce: aDd also al school privilege with* The people nf Florid ground ; then put one or two hotels of water,

Letters of 111.1" which reqttre, .....er'.' rsutleoatftla our branch office! la Waldo Intend not only to nominally maintain the' public place a stake I* the tree,and tie It securely.' If

stamps to pry return p state4IL'6RTI51.1'Q ....... school system, bat to give It such IUl'fw1l1.nd r .ibie, give a heavy mulching of grass or
encouragement II will make It mill beneficial weeds, which should be removed by the Sit of

THE ATLANTIC AND GULF BAELEOAB. tft their Interests and at the same time a credit November. The work b now dune, except to

RATES: to the State. keep the ground tlrar of grass and weeds.

Tea eests per n.. (soapareil, aver.('Bf alee We would invite the attention of our readers --_. .e --- The cost of an orange grove will depend somewhat *

wen to the liae,) each I..-nkla. Twelve llae. TORE. In Ibis section it wilt
NEW location
to the adveriU-menl of the Atlan.lc..t Gulf IUUn TO BEACH FLORIDA FROM upon the
ne<..,. owe ,iamb SpeeUI rMes will b. allowed .. -
..d In 'ur IftooC'IIt bsue. To this tine belong" be shot as -IIu"l:
Urjrs a4vrrtWta wb a Inserted two of more One of the moat comfortable speedy and ante
tLe credit of opening the way to Florida, and fly.sv..fgnmt Ms. t.ad. 35peesee.......... ..'1510
limes AdverUarmevitSMatb |iaMf6rl8a4rs &. route from dew Y>rk to Florida, b by way of cent/air.or.mfd.trK sad tWag. ix t. t:5. a.,... Iii
right well have the management kept that line the New cork and Savannah Steamship Une r..Naa std ....ktst up the .
front In aff.-cting! the comfort US tL..y.sr.td. an.. _vt., sad wid.. ..I... rile .
Icing safety :
; Sitoiptin $U5 Postage t Fail every and the Atlantic and Gulf Railroad. The steamships -
a Tear and pleaMire of the. traveller,whether Immigrant. Total .. .. .. ... .... .... .. ... ... .... .............
are first-class In all respects, comprising
arcctxt o" rtas, Taw CI TS. tourist .. Invalid. Extensive and aad three
r repairs renew. TW prove w require some manure
the Llvingftoo, Ban Salvador, General Barnes,
Parties, dcctrln; to have copies of the parser aU of mad a ay and equipment' have recently or fcmr plow ings each year, at a Ct.*l i>f from $55:
San Jacintu of Savannah and of Ma-
City City
malted to ...** rs4Jiag, lu sreUoa of IMton.try ,
per ay
tires effected and detail will be found in and removal
every to f 30 per year. The trimming up
of these
the two latter entirely new. One
ha.e can
tall them seal from tbs office of TBS
,
keeping with the requirements of a Ent-clam. of water-.pruuts w ill be an .s.II..1. roO.
TuoatOA 1... aUT at tbe abutS rat... steamships) sails from New York every Tuesday
line. Extraordinary Inducements are offeredImmigrant. tx.xa.oxx.n.Arom
: ..u.IteN.n couttnaalcMloQ to Thursday and Sjtnrday. Parties desiring passage Oajuioc COL FLA.FLORIDA..
,
both lo and rates ,
', freight passage ,
ALO. ZO FOWLK, or' to hip freight should call upon Mr. Oca. -
and communication to the officers In
any proper
i T.habu.ee,11e. Yo:roe, 409 Broadway, New York.
regard lo tli.-. mailers will be pI'OIDplI1and .
--- At Savannah,Ga, the steamers of the above

courteously attended to.WASBOGTS line make close connection with the Atlantic. Its Climate,SoX and -PrwdwU-Ir.n. dos U RnH

tql i1arida tmmigrnt. and Golf Railroad t* ail points in Florida. This pan rail Toot.*der ultra Stan f

: CANDY FAGTOBT.MkOu&cturing I* the only all rail route running through sleeplngcn [C'OIK1.C....I

to Jacksonville, and also connecting As the opinion has been widely dbsrminated

of all kinds seems to be rapidly with the Jacksonville.rcnaacuU A; Mobile Railroad that FkiriiU b composed of swamp and Ever

AN OFFICIAL PAPER, oo the I increase la Fluids Jacksonville has to Middle and West Florida. r.Udes.her lands or barren will saml be interesting brief lit sgrkultnrbtsgearally description.cf

of the factories inIbe We can recommend: the above route to immigrant and dense who drUre to
tub Ube4 aaaer Us .pem.1oe of now one most complete candy particularly
South "'e'1.11'' by that energetic and and others coming to Florida,knowing awe seek homes In this land of flowers and fruit

THE STATE BUREAU OF IMMIGRATION. enterprWng merchant, Mr. L. \V AaltOCL At do that these lines posset the advantage of Fin lands(yellow pine)kern divkUH the tia..U into of three Flor-
11s.. Three lnd an usually
_h this bctory are manufactured the purest stick speedy transit, comfort, and sure connection, at cUrs, denoting first, ..comf. and third-rate

candies of all kinds, besides all the finer brands very low rales. pine .sea l i, scir.ting to the field-notes of the
ALOXZU FOWLK Eotrua .
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r\-su
AMD aca.Tillihtnaef - .
...ltrlD.I.u") of the .
of drops and cream almonds, burnt almond, vanilla country.That
which b denominated( "Erst-rnte pine
HOW TO HAZE AH ORANGE GROVE.
chocolate and cocoa ul caramel,, taffies Unds Florida has nothing analogues! to It in

Fla. Jaoaary, 1S7$. k vthrr with American and French mixed candies any of the other Slates. Its sonar U covered

front the very heal peWs of sugar at the ED. FIX RIDA IMMIGRAnT: In response to PHT. several indies deep with a dark vegetable"

c wholesale Inde. Mr. WARHOCK has started this many Inquiries I give a brief outline of what mould, beneath which to the depth or several
We are rtlnrtsntly cutuptrlW, Air waat of : should be done In starting an orange: grove. Tbe8O""li..o. fret. b a eUocoUtec '.red sandy liana. mixed.
factory tor the purpose lying all tbe different r..lbe with )ime.tnnep.rbblee. and
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space, to omit the publication. of IM'fthllnk'ftsl. m* part,
kinds nf and candies lo the i are founded upon my experience lime-
prism fancy resting oo a suliratum marl clay, or
IDI.niel..la ibis issue of the IMUIO&AKT. They
& ithera trade. We urge our merchants to deal i during the years I bare been engaged In atone ruck.

will appear in liar next onmbtr.BEST with Ibis home enterprise and we are satisfied fruit-culture in Florida. The fertility and durability this description
nf Und be estimated trim the well known
-.f- The tint and important one as may
point, an ,
a b that a vWt to the house io Jacksonville will fAct that it has upon the upper Suwannett and io
) IK YOUR SUBSCRIPTIONS' aha well repay the retail liuyer. Tbe assortment on it will depend in a great measure the success Kveral other dUtricts, during hNineen years of

ot candiea displayed ''y Mr. WAnaocK surpasses of the undertaking (b the selection nf the Und. sucoeMive cultivatktn.vitlMMtt the allot manure

Tn ,lit*> nf nor readers who have been receiv anything nf abe kind lo the South. We hope Many persons, ubacquainled with Florida. and yielded 400 pounds of son UUnd O>U I I These land. are still as productive as ever,
failed send In fruit raUng. form the opinion that hammock
and have to
IItr the JMMIOHAJT this enterprise will" a .ucct*.ful one. so that. the limit. of their durability is yet un
would that If lamb are the only kind suited f-r the production known.
tt.rrt subarrtpilons' we suggest ,s..._ -
they wfa>h the |*per seat hanger to their addresa of Ibis fruit, as wild groves are only to be foundon The Msecnod-rale pine 'an"' *," which form
earliest convenience. We SHEEP-RADIINO OH THE BUWAHHEEv this character of Und forgetful that the annual the largest proportion uf Florida, are all itroilne' *
they remit at their lire ant (&ft. by a proper system 0(cult ...tloa.t.e ,
fires that over the pine lands, but doDO
shall continue 'I) make this paper one of the sweep renuVml more valuable than the Ut lamb of

mo.t attractive la the State, and ask the patronage We are Inclined to believe" that no section of enter the hammocks, de.tro11K"1U'1aU kind Texas. These lands.Ir.rd hue natural pnstnrage.The .

of aIL 3tiJ\ .IL-or West FloriiU b better adapted to the of trees bat the ptaes. High, dry hammock U Un b are heavily Umbrrrtl 1 with the

.- raUIng of sheep than the s..nDt"e" river region, the best a* the soil b rich and orange trees best sptcfai of ytlhtw pine, and are fr the moat

k OUR AGRICULTURAL DEPARTMENT. and at no distant day we expect to see tbb section planted
Due ut the greatest sheep and cattle-ratln:; an a Urge proportion '.( the lands In our limestone; They will produce t..r several years

4 We lake pleasure in pUrlng at the bead nf nur countries in lira South.:; Florida tad attracting State are timbered with pine, moat of the new without the aid of manure and when "nw.
other Slates for must be planted them.t1ekcl pruned they will yk'LI. twa\.hundred p> u d4of
Agricultural\ Department, this butte of the IMMIOBA the attention ref .1fIck.t "'n.r groves necessarily upon
the best quality wf sugar to the acre, or about'
r T, the name nf Mr. IL S. PLACK as editor. its many advantagrs, such as Its mild climate, high rolling land that has a natural three hundred. pounds uf sea bUn l cotton ; or

s This gentleman ba< n-akhd in Florid many 1'0' water, extnuJve tracts of land for ......- drainage and ptwsewesa yellow subsoil; avoid they will when properly cultivate!, produce the

years and b well known In Ibe Slate as a turner, and 'oUr ailvanlages, in some localities. low, flit palmetto I.anJft as most of tbets have a finest q-iality 4 CuU. tobacco oranges lenmo%

practical fruit grower aced .,rkullur .L INvin fear mu<.... quick tr n.portlion.llr. substrata of samhtone cemented with oxide of .hoses which ao-l au'-..vark. In>u many. ther Instance tropical rm prtidncUons
+' bad many "hr.' rxi' 'riewftt as aUrmerio the .\T 1&I\"t'.t wwibwnt GeorgU's largest troa. A successful grove reenact I* made upon more valuable Itiau the best M bottom lands Io

North, and aUn la fruit-growing and fuming, la sbteiraUrrs. has recently settled oo Ibe Saw...- such Und. Its location can be bad on the south twice Northern Hiaies.

ibis State, we t-el aured that be will succcvd Dee liver, where be will devote hb whole attention or southeast aide of a Urge body of water It will Even |hoe '"nd. of the "third-rate," or moat

fi the! Northern market be more valuable but water covered with an Interior claw, are by no meana worthlew, under
In making his depsttmcnt| nf the IMMKITUST not to raising sheep the climate of l'l aWL This dorm nay be divnleJ .

only u.fullu air new .rtl ices,but interesting to In a slurs conversation with this gentleman a aquatic growth b worse thin having no water, into two orders: The one compri: .ing high,

readers .bn.d.h few days sine, be remarked MI like my old salt afford no protection from 11..effects of cold. n4linjr, sandy districts, which are srMrx4y covrred .

-. ... -.- GeorgU homey where I lived many years, but lAnd After having selected the "Und clear it of all with a stunted growth of Muck jack "* and
pine; the aSker. embracing low, fl.t, re..
OF THE SANTA FE LAKE BEQIOI. it does not rqual Suwannee river scctbm timber and bushes; put up a snbatantbl fence' swampy
MAP r i>.n., which. are rn-quftul1 st..kled with fc b.yK -
of Florida, sat am rfrctly welt a.I\a fied with and have the ground well broken up. It you il-, ami are occasionally innn.Uteil. ,iKit which

Tbe attention of oar nw...a b called to the the cban re. By my loctin io the Slate others have lime to spare before planting nut trees,sow rue covered with luxuriant vegetation, and very

map uf the Santa Fe Like He lhes, it U aMTflalned, are owing tit thru cake.nun .
Having lately had the pleasure of viaiting+ ... -- them under; thb will sweeten the Und and helpto >> quality, well adapted lor I''I".tb *>f sWlbrui

'. that eilioo ..f the. Stale la cooipaay with several OUR PUBLIO SCHOOLS. enrich I.. While the pray are growing have |\ which b a vaioaUe tropical |*n..l>jciioo.

olhn, we .... fully cnrnthorale all that Is said a Urge quantity o muck due and phced in It U scarcely necessary to add that th
fur this the drsdxipdre ankle accoropanyiDg begs to decompose and sweeten ; this can befacilitAtcd iler.4 "tliiid rate|4ne I"ada."a*herein drscrilwd,
ft'PMI1II Tb. following extract, taken ins the report| are far from being .nrth....... Tht-sv lan.l.ad trd
Ihe. map Dai ing our trip la the Lake tif Dr. B. SSAKS the General Agent of the Pra- by adding crude potato to the muck; an tin lleat range fo( attic t.raetes being valueable

Il gNia we cnuld met help noticing tbe large body EdtidtiiHMl Fund, made at the hjt annual have enough manure so a, In git. at least one Get the Umber" and naval alums wbicii they

number of new s1 drmcst. bring made, havingactually fourth of a twit-horse load to each tree Now | roiiure.Thrre.
meeting of the !laud f"'Tn lea,we deem coia-
b I feature ta
oniuKxl thirty five frame reldeac: dig boles thirty fret apart, four Get in diameterand one general the IOJpb1
pi.aeataq In our Stale,and duuw cot It will be of FttMHU which no uber country In tM United
.. Thb well eighteen Inches deep placing the top .... by
under tiMir nf nstnicilua. speaks read with Intern by every noe who intends bute |H..rM ., and w bleb affordi great vrcunly
r, (4)rI... eiwtgy di.|.!avel by a few grntkmen to making Florid hb future home After recoual- ittclf; mix the manure and top us! tngrtLer U Io tb* hralih ofits Inbabita&ts. li K thts: That
level with the surface Du the one .lands which Gem the bails ...
making kbo.o the many natural' advantageof the boles, filling up | the cnuairy -
( tier drawbacks to Ibe. SUCTCM nf our
rag tuaay aid which .lmo 4 oalverMtl
this Lcality. When. the ropoed ('canal ex leading ibis during the fan and winter, en that the > > hnlttiyareenuly
school the concludes as s'uddrtl interval
public system report everywhere I. at a few
fnnu W ldo Ibe Traasit lUilniad to ground may be fully settled before the time arrives .
oa G4Laws: aul...,with tMnmock Linda of the. rkb.i quality.
r. Seats F. and the cuelignous bkrs, b cnnaplrtej, It b Mid by competent judges that the prospects l>t set out the tiees Remember they areevergreevts Tbes ban a
r aa Immense section nf nuntry adapted to faming uf the |.ublk tcteools of .irid4 are now and bmtld not be set nut beers the 10.., set U..l.i oa the 0..Inr1.twy....

I will Iw iipenrd cp lo setllemeat, and al.t aawe eiw-nuntciiii tbn they have ever been Mp r......,,.hkh will treoerally be about the middle high, dry and vaduUting.. and nrvtr h'q1li.seld.erduehmsgsrdtsisiag

sladvabUcela rice UaNp"-lloa twt..,... la a4>tMk. ... to Ibe dilQcuhirs with which of January. This month, with Februaryand Tbrywy in extent
have a aT .us- train twenty acres to twenty I......*..4 acres.
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they lavt t ".,..... la rtnnmoa with thtaw ofall
J ) Laie fuaod ta bathe
bdl.th'S. From time to time, la future Wsoes vt the Stales may be n..ni.toned the greater part lUC'tw1 Lr.itime letter the Inhabitants have It rywbrre la
F the IMMIO .... ta ublkh of to irsjupUnt. their power tw elrct tYtUrnces in 1M isae(saris..
*A>T, we .* }> naps .p>rwoeM of pot .iUil> .sad the Urge proportion
other 'c'kms ..* tbe State.r of coWrd | opW wbM ...wI, pay but a small The next step b la procure truss I prefer .at M* h coaveaieat dtotaaces tarsi.tie Lamitwcks
4 ol the scitool will robe them biculli: vaie tb. Utur s hlllIGI
part tax. seedlings tram three ta five 1ftn..aJ. and oily
eadaa*ri>r tWir hraltk.V it sboukl. happen that
To tl.U.e tarn giie our beull cud remet, Be ih.... that have brew tr....(aLt..... at least soy" Ifarhamoviiks paws Iw Ut k*. healthy

OUR- BRANCH orncn: for we are satkflealbvt U b but simple Justice to twice o. and having their tap ".4s sbnrtened. each lh.. Ik' .... wash.la.vwac.l. ..
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A b-ancb otRee to< Tnc FLORIDA hU.Klaurr the But sal .>.Vise w bo are tvitn>*led w llh there chew The rexevi for thW Is that. the young tree FlurUa: has sainf ctorit.v shown
tt.at' uwkrae. half mil disual if, .
has urea (hcttrd at W....... .and |4acr4 under tbetaaiMg (.Mt.iUitty. serf coadoctiag this depart.**., wf b t-rcfd to f.4tu a loge out of lateral sad ..... hamavick.11 ate eatlrdy exeoi... Inca user colUv nuUiUI -

...ie.t t.f N r. D. B. hirer its sgrkultursleditor. our government, 1 1 U w.U known that say owe spnegtole roots and If pro| fly I lake ep and set d......aad that. the ae
Fur .b. prr* t.d, perhaps prrstaneatly who uadrrtake ta build up the education |utrrvsts mil they ate almmt annals live sad da wett.If these tH.. MCi>.aiHt retire at o ghl la p." Land

she sgrkultural a llni. sanctum w Ul be ..4 a Sate, a c iunt/,or a neigUburb*l, pcssiUe, gtt trees that have brew raised t>m U w fauad.....that.. BMuaUla lesUrot pcrlct maintain be, tlh. ladrvd. It

fbaad at the above pUre, b* the boOdiag BOW "Ul meet wlik. m*.y Uwuck* kavUf the effect natural soil. sad oU furred hi the sentry by ladled. It .. luucd that* residence atfrtt.U the health.hammocks -

Bats by the Walk sad Wit Fe Agrir lt rala W dampen raihe-Usai aad to shake hb cuafl- ....&ft. Whra yon are ready to set out the themselves are cmcrally prrtctly brush

Awrrci.tiw ..t. the Baal PvCaaal CaoipMy.MOMT deuce la the sucre of his work. From the grove, brgia by taking out of the. t r ff ta which school 11M s4flrrq will be usrd a* a rea-liag a&4general yf&\-uu maaarr, however, our alresxly prr| Just give .... detelapara uf more or'less maUrU. la

s tic- eikibtolue n" .... O. ''tables. may beta offi.Tfs have catered upua their darks,U would room k> spread out the roots t/ the '". First Ylwids the dtocaurs. which result Into stairs

adiua.yfiaeqM" i men*a"all the fruit grown II oemtbey .lataad that ao pppualtioa or diacour< smirk the tree .. tLe satiety so that when set c.brial'l are Bsaally of the saildcsi tI pe (aimpie

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Intermittent Inn, while- la nearly' all the other DO other SU,*.. the loa,.... AGRICULTURAL DEPARTMENT. the time will be allotted space lo make its own

Southern Blair they are most frequently' of a severe mitted to the Union, ...---l exhibit, and a liberal premium, with an appro
grade nf bilinua fever. meet more lavishly than .. -- - -- -------- -- priate banner will be awarded, on the last day

A general Inlersperskw of rich hammocks sur Florida! Is, not at the EDITED BT D. S. rLtCLBALUTATOBT. of the Fair to the C'OQala\1q tbe best ex*
nmnded bleb oJ" rotting,healthy pin wood, and 1'fO'"pn'1G.bd' -
by } -::--- -- -=-.:. .. WWtTbonnands
U a torwmpbical feature per.rtar to Florida, to Ppaim, eighty years act8tae l Is even below I
and form. In this respect, strikta* contra what she was when delivered frnra. the Seminole I of people many of whom were
with Louisiana, Texas, and MisMssippI. whose<< Indians. Permanent peace and aecnrity, and aa I I seeking homes In Florida, vUiteJ the Fair last' '"

sugar and cotton land are centrally 1 surrounded uninterrupted pro-rwrfty, which shill grow with I When I consented to take Ibe editorial man- )'taf..Dd more will be there. this. year, and w*
by rut .Uniall'Pfion. subject to frequent lens her growth, can only be bnped for under a free i *gf menl rf the Agricnltaral Department of the to see la tbe Stale "
field and hope every ennnty repro.arste'
With that her deserted
dsikm, so that it U impn *ible to obtain a constitution
healthy residence wltbla many miles of them. waste places will bring rich return U Industry IMMIOKAXT I wa aware of the! Importance of Competition will be close and the

The Unda la Florida which are, far envBewv, and be the homes of a happy people." the rn.l.ina-nl' the mrocalhilitl was sunv .. honor rf carrying home the coveted banner will

denominated rib lands," are,first,the "swamp Such Is n'1fIdA-eocb her soil, climate, and tag, and of the lehor that would be required of be hotly contested. Let every one make It a ,
lands;** .ee nd. the low hammock lands ; me to a.lst In making It.-what It should be- business to some choice article
productions. srwrinuc rt K. personal prepare
and
the hammock land fourth
third high ; Ibe ....." and Immigrations! Journal
agricultural
the "first-rate nine oak,and hickory lands. -- -- for the F.lr..nd let every county organize and.

The swamp land* are unqnestkmabiy the mat FLORIDA ITEMS.A of Florida. appoint antis committees M are necessary to receive
dnrably rich lands in the country. They are Having' vUltetl many locatlona. and had much : exhibits and see tbat they are carried to

the mutt receiving recent-formed' addition lands to and their are stilt surface.. annually new city park Jacksonville I*talked of.MontlceUo experience In cultivating various"" 'la a vsriety the Fair properly exhibited and carefully returned.

They are intrinsically the mod valuable lands In wants a Armt-cLue. photographer. .I f "s.-It U not strange If I have my kcal Nose of oar railroads and steamboat. .

Florida, Ida<< aI fertile In the beginning u toe Tampa stops about 300 crates of oranges per prrfrmices. lI"wntr.lbe management of our will doubtless carry goods and passengers; at avery

hammocks, *Bd more durable.' They occupy week.: Agricultural Department shall lIcK be used fi* low rate. Send gt natural depressions or basins, which hare born -The Florida State Grange was In ses-Jon In Ibe building of section whatever to the thoroughly
filled up by deposits of vegetable tUbn Ac up any exhibits who can represent your locality
washed In from the adjacent higher hnds. Jacksonville Dt-reraber. slightest dhparagrroent. of any other. All will and fairly' and lo Dot mUreprrscnt t ont

Ditching indispensable to their successful cultivation. David. 8. Walker,Jr., was elected msyw of have space to speak for Ibt'mOlf"0 ankle diraatlnned settler will do you more barm than

Propel. prepared their inexhaustible Tsllahaaee on the l8tb alL rn alli growing in the Everglades' will re ten happy ones can da you good.

i iIIItysustain.a.uorek'nofthemastexbanatlog -Mr. Sam lUrd ha retired from the editorialmanagement sire the same attention<< as one on general farming
crops with astonishing vigor. The greatestykW .
sugar ever realized In Florida wa produced of the Pens-cola DaOf UtraU. in the Middle and Western counties..

on this kind of land, viz: Font hogsheads, A skating rink in Key West U one of the Special' attentioa will be given to the fruit ITEFIKaORAHOES.At : .

of IjZOOpmnda Dammiu'a each per acre. Tbia New was raked. popular places of resort In that city this winter.A growing 10'........... Oar orange crop tails only' a the last State: Fair a party eihiblted fine
on plantation, near Symrna.Sugarcan .
citizen of Montkelki, !in Jeff mm county few month, whereas they ought to supply our
U well known to be one of the muat specimens of mango, which be said bad been
exhausting crop, and la usually grown without Is engaged la writing the early history of that' tables twelve month in the year, which would picked from tbe trees ninety-five days Tbe

rwtor rotation. town.A enhance: the value of the. trop at least one half.Vegetables when
Low hammocks which, from the fact of their firm in Jacksonville has chartered a refrigerator for the Northern : fruit was fresh and apparently. as good as
11'UC"'Jro"lnt
participating of the nature of hummock orwampa Loud or lint picked from the trees. Would It not be a
and
ear to run between tbat city St.
aometime* termed swanunotks, are market,yet<< In It. Infancy, U destined be- good Idea. fur him to place: hi pmcem properlybefore

Dot interior to the swamp land in fertility, bat this season. cents,(IN the near future, one of the leading Interest the people at ibis time, and let it be thoroughly C
perhaps' are not quite. u durable. They are Captain James Tacker has recently' been of the HI.... Cnrrrppundence on this
always leveL or nearly sn. and hare a soil ol appointed shipping commissioner of the port of tested f Other parties reported; duringthe
greater tenacity than that of the high hammocks. Fernsndlna. subject Is especially desired. Corn, cotton su last saran, that oranges packed: 'Ia dry sand

Hume ditching is Decennary In mOlt of them. pre lea are Imtbprnssble staples, which will kept well until July or August. This would be

The soil Is always deep, and extremely well Sanford now contains three orange-packing take care of themselves; yet there .is room a cheap accessible Ia).IL Oranges could
adapted to the growth of cane. Uoot-ei. Over 64,000 oranges are packed and prrocva
tbrlr culture. Our
for in : forage
Improvement
High hammocks are the land In greatest re- shipped wetkly.Tampa be pat .p ia this way In Urge quantities and by

pate in Florida. These land differ from low U supplied with the finest oysters plants should be increased ; we need domestic frequent examtnatkwis any tendency lo decay

hammocks la occupying higher ground and Ingenerally and venison. No wonder fast pastures without annual seeding. The Introduction would be dbcovered In time to save the halt If
"presenting an undulating nrfate.Thf'1 new-comers: are of new and rare pUnts deserves well the at It
formed of mold mixed settling that section.A the experiment proved generally successful.
are a up have In thai dl.
tennis of all who experimented
with a 1&Dd11oaaa In many two feet deep, new mail-route has been established between !- would be worth thousands of dolltr to ourorangegrowers.
rection. Mote accessible: and cheaper: Iran pm1alion
and ""'Int.la tnont case, on a sub tratam ol Landing via Dtlwood and
marl,clay,or limestone. This soil scarcely ever lUywood will enable' the farmers of our interior coon-' .

suffers from too much wet; nor dots a drought Greenwood West Florida. ties lo supply curD and other grains lit the .**-
affect i it in the same degree as other land. -An unusually large crop of Iweel-potatoes board towns, and a more frequent Intercourse OBOUHD BOn
High hammock lands produce all the cropa of the in Alscbua the season. -
was pot
county
grown
In eminent degree. Their extraordinary ADd better acquaintance will supply" our farmers A correspondent of an exchange says t M Within -
country an As a result' prices: rule very low. a few a deal of ground bone...
Icrtillty and productiveness may be estimated with a nearer market than they now .patronize, years great
the fact tint In several well known Instances Floridians should never send out of the been use! I. this. vicinity and it* use to steadily'
by and will give to ourromnM-rcial dike rich customers
m Marion county (Clinch'*, )Idol....'.. State for anything that can be purchased st Increasing, which .ls attended with Ibe best re- .,.
In the Interior who now trade with the
sups \\. It fur at the rate of
of sere bare use lop-dressing
& three
:c.,) hogsheads sugar per homes Patronize borne Industry.There .
bern made on this description or land after it more enterprising min'bands C1t other S'ates. from fire lo tea hundred pounds" to the acre and
had born In cultivation six years In succv* iTccrops U an orange grove near Penucola In order lo form ibis In some m"u".1 ad- harrowed In. 1I.lf. talon lo the acre Is a heavy

of corn, without the aid of manure. which has borne frail for upward of Gwtyyears, vacated the holding of the coming Slate Fair atone dressing& and) will last five or all years. It H
The *. Unit-rate pine oak,and hickory panda" and Is still in a flourishing condition. better to use as much as this aa the coat of plow-
are found in pretty extensive tracts in many -The Fernandina Etpntt, the publication of of our inletior elites" and I believe that log and seeding the same, whether manure I*
parts of the Bute. From the fact that these would have had a good influence: on our OKB- applied or not. Larger crops may be expected
lands can be cleared at much leas expense than which was _pended during the yellow fever mercial lulr-rcotirse.) Tbe State.Fair at Jacksonville and It will bold out much longer by Ibe heavierapplication.

the swamp and hammock lands, they have heretofore epidemic, bat again made Its appearance. will nfl i good portnnities fur all the It doe the. best on moist soil*.* ,

been preferred by the small planters and -The Fiat Florida flattery, Stale ililiiU. counties to Ibe State lo exhibit aoito and products We have long known by experience the value) t
have proved remarkably productive. Jacksonville has lately received two t. ...o- of this. fertilizer. It la peculiarly' adapted to the
There are, besides the land already noticed of all kind and compare. their relative
extensive tracts of savanna land," which aj>. pound bras howitzer from Albany,N. V meritsand it is lo be hoped that every county culture of Inuit Irees grape-vlnea and for lands

proximate in character lex tare of sail sal f'ttio..1' -All trace of the fever in Florida have disappeared. will be rrprtsented.Tbe where a permanent improvement ia desired.:
and mode of formation to the swamp Und, differing Intending visitor and new settler
Peruvian Irish Is probably better where
only in being destitute of timber. Some tale Fruit-Growers'AuotUtion ha donea or guano l'
of these lands bo"nt'.re extremely poor. need no longer hesitate to come Southward.U nolile. work since I I. organization. Hut would only" a quick return Is desired.

From the landing .1 f the Spanish adventurer is reported that one of the Wool publicptrited it not be well for our people to nloVr: & the propriety .....-.
Pampbilla de Narvaez in 13:8.: to the late citizens of Gadaden county: ia negotiating .
f Slate and
> organizing a Agricultural
civil war, in 16IL14nt'J'!:! ha bruod.lake fur the establishment of a cotton mnutaclory WORK FOB JAITOABY.
nignt over this legion, so appropn1called! llorticnltural Assd.ciathen under whose au.plcrs -
the "Lnd of ."..ffL" Whether prompted tatgi4d. thereIt our future State Fairs may lw held t Local or- MIt ....* ... U blows/ eoU. stansy WSSUMT."

.or the Anglo-Saxon's ambition 6* empire U reported that the United States; signal ganhulions are tiring. formed la many portions M Look 'It your stales, and are that they are
Fa a textile plant three centuries of violence. aadInJuelke station at Punla Itas.a, 011 Ibe Gulf coast, will made warm and o4D''abW. and that your .... nnsa
of the Stale, w life-li will, la time exert a powetul *
have not suffered a single generationto shortly be removed front that point lo Tampa or ). are well r.I&d.ad: blaakHeil. Vuur cattle
pas away undisturbed by internal dtMrnaioni Cedar ( inEuetwrnnrwragrvultur.IandLortkelsunlInterest. *ill\ need aa extra lurn' fodder aDd attention '
or b&Mtile inva.ioaa. Wkiquex, Narvarz, and Key *. They ..bnulrllce well) Mwulnrd,awl any lest they perish la the drifting snow. ,
De Solo,La lite first half of thesixteenth ceutary. Country butter set to this city during the extract fnnr rurenliojs .if Interest lul'*> Young calves, |'ig* and Iambs require' constant ..
the religious crusades pnjecied by Philip IL of past month at 33 lo fjO cents per p road, N nbern care,or they, l..s will be victias CJt the piercing 1M
lice ill at ail limes find 4.ce ia these n.lwal...
Sj*in. and Charles IX.,of France, in the latterput at 33 to 40 cents. p t3 cents: per d*c.eu. but a | > wind*, the relentless storm,and biting frosts of ;{
of that century; ikerelenileM wars went The suhjtcl .( draining our wet land U use wlnlrr

tlM3 Catholic and Huguenot"and of Christian and very scarce.: rich ia results If properly developed, and that t-f Our Northern contemporaries come to us I
HugurtMit and of Christian against aburidners -Keep a abrp k>uk.out fur tramps mew becoming ,
fertilizers I. vital.. Ike of
farmer
to success our he.kdwGh I auggMMk-as. and advice similar to J
Menendex /
are an unbroken history cf persecution.: ; so nirvjeroc throughout the Stale. Several 1
maakacn a French culony,and erects a monument rokberk/ have already been committed by The time Lowered ru inmofMcow penning .U the above, which. we clip from a Western pIr, :
of his air. ItJ near the. spat, with this InvcnptkMi ruinously w.ful.nd) Ul'...rbua. Our milk and and with our experience In that country, we ', s **:\01.. Frenchmen but as battle"Da them and they require watching. butter subtly is sadly at I.\U'I..nd' can I* reme tbe for such advice. 1
necessity
can fully appreciate
the horrid nf kU -A blacksmith sad wood-worker offered a
UtNirgas, to avenge butchery
died. Si...k-ralsiog .U ot. i-f our best IntereMa, sad
We have hundreds vt rattle
awutrymen. panel from France with an expedition ; how of one acre of land ia the new village of sera I
which lands in FUwi-U, and,in turn,attacks DrLaad Votada condition that be Lug U la niokparaiiveiy unknown lo our new other vslusMe animal perish from cold and \
.. county,oa settler and deserves ."..aliu... literal and
be Spaansb III IbeirsJr .pokL c.J-tya mass *, taste hunger CIa ike Western praltle MTbe picrdog
krtO ,... puts up a shop and continue buUnest one
c. death. O. urr r 8pi rfsr-is the culture of flowri be made the moat at.
e.ftl' the *here t* Wand the skeli. year, nwy winds the diifiin< ........*, sail biting frosts. cf
tuba hunt on spot v
ton of the farmer __t'u. and affixed ibis -Tbe amount contributed: lo the relief of Frrnaadina traciive feature of our Southern Ixitnta. TLe winter." h.U aa Int.--.ihle| fur a Florkliaa toafiprrcUte .

Ubtl; "Nol U fpaalapis. but as Bturderers." last summer was f36,:31.M. After lb.epidemic pig:-Inn"and "a-I. fperM were n4 designed the full .ce.r:: these terms,having
Later the English aakmt* in Carolina and Georgia to ornament our front )'......,.ad. Hour taste and
ftl.33 of this sum remained unused never seen *** w In his life, as it 1* for the Nut them
renewed the ouster ag in l the. hpaotoh, awl judgment are twos at f.ultt' the common style of
wok lacarsf into ..ttid.a. until the and wa suWqurntly turned over to Ibe mayorof man to l-rlisve' that the suggestions I aa
inquest
1 Peal niikbl be .....
aej3itia" *. of the n 'rit.cy l. ltd beat impivviNBienn tbe city. transportation ,1JD..0..d. about U* nuke are timely and proper fur operaUnas -

:TT* made by the English during -The construction: of a telegraph line between Fur progress. In II.*.. mailers we must drpradlarxt'l In January. ,
held m*....ion of tbecucoiry. the finer la. of who
they ies ladies
the t"n'l..Jean | upon our if
Tampa and Fort Iem4e is progressing! rapMly Finish harvesting sweet-potatoes, not already
They eso racvd agriculture in the mindful 1 of comforts and rat the
are ever our
tart anti west by oi&nng U. sntU. CNI lodu. aol Wkm completed: Tamps will be able ta talk to completed; cuutiatwharnating Ik*orange crop
ft* the Increase of naval store The country: the outside "wortJ providing lie world".dor hearty and lovelinc of our surrounding but hate a portion on the trees fur family use j

brcame cultivated 14 a great I"'I..ad M. reauzaraad not object. A thorough UvrwigtiioaIbrse and kindred they will bag on crtlil late I ia the season, are
IBM was mamutacturrd la K st Flor sul.Jc -It Is estimated that over one-half of last sea very ornamental.,and aometlmea LCCOBM superior
Ida th n at period since. TIM natives gen .
say aim will e
nail, retired Iron the l..wn. aJ cummeMedrmktng son's orange crop has already b.-en skipped cetlealanrnsdyndkkd. My everbe .la qtiAliiy. silks cuas.-feed plenty of sweetpi a

boner and cattle. ba the uWp,.......... Tbecuontry North. Tbe call Gr FVtfkla oranges is steadily In I Inrhtea the burdmtdf the UU-rer, gladden ( ; they are tJ.nv.1MS will greatly lacresssIke :
was extensive and lull <4 game the cli the beatia .t the weary, and, If pnasjIJe, nuke .
nit the Iannae.w"lle Ike present growth fall flow and rtcfaae-a of Ike milk. O..t.t-aow
IM".w. prwdocing truiXo. All uf tb aecircttmoaaces bUdea ... .
where
many two t<
grsss grow now only one
tended Ia Invite tW arlgbh< rtn' r.r.a.un.., supplying furriga dcaa& d&. as raily as {vtMiblr, If nU already dune. Ie,.
be found.
ladians to collect: sad ......., e.{i*' Ully amnudUMMC -Lake city has a new enterprise in the shape may may ytt be sown and do well<< Irish. potatoes 4
pkasaat pranks and eU fiHJ Uiaiulia< of a furniture fcly,jut started by a Northern TM the |>rrs* of Ie.. Slate and elsewhere, I |4aat Miflkimt. for family nag English l peas
la peach and pmumowia orchard, and wild or- make my New-year's U..,-Ad will as rhrrtrallyex !! market Continue
tt
The well known Florida U pasted plsat
anzr groves. Tbeao crew to tie a ....1...... a..trftheur genllesnsa. yrtk.w ....< ...& muse -JStmiiHUea," or w.a> eirr. The plod. together with some ul our sillier more vii.l Leg saUnc f, ...ul,., radi-J--. _..., Uxaatuea

reorssion of the country to bmln. la 17W.operated able native vood, will soon be brought into .- -!. a. tact (fur plant)i cucumber aad ether leader vejtta-

M bl'ght on the whole ia.d. The Ear genersl notice.A I like may Le planted where protection can be
bsh pupalatioft removed tot tea* ;.* the t punish THE STATE FAIL
iralaf five six Cbataiaiag agaltMt light frost
or wtgoe given
had done beture, alMadontng their pUa'aliuo.
girUens, vUlaj* and t<,.... .\ military gvemmenl kamigraats from llllaoi. paced through Jefferson OM IU 11 h. ISiL: lib, 13'h and 18.li of February Plaat orange trets llsal pet h tires, tkcy

atettY'+pal. '-Iao.-cd ly a general neglect county i-rotprctleg a few days siace Tbrseaw ail the Third Aaaaal Slat* Fair will beheld bear early' and pay well Grspe-vlne*-{4aat sad *, 5AII -

of agrioittw; field were saffered! to eru* settktrs Iud been oa the ruoJ several weeks ai Js.kM. ..v ilk. We leave cwt area the pea |>rubc; ,I.. hot varieties will give platy of
with to rot down.
briars. -.car-w.c.n,
1%p 1813 the UcorguA agV carried war laU sad were considerably aligned with the long minus J.a.; pal the managers nun .that It la fruit iafaoyraif U |*oprscC* and with, food

rVoda, slid aimprtt.I tbs Opaatob co a.a..Uat and tedious journey.Tbe very liberal in all Its defMrtowais, sad .... care. All hull and I.&krirns.DrJ shrubbery.

of Ferm4B.ha la s m4rr.. Siren. years dire Sc James Ilutet,of Jacksonville. still lure this reaches tbs rcadrr ll will "W.ly may now be handled wliU safety

Spain tented E4rt sal West FV..*l4 and the aJjsccsit msialsias. rrputaliaa a* one of Ibe l st coa. be puUi .4 aiwl u. I.. had by .,'1'1'0' IkehYcrearyaJ 71* nt g. Onk requires a general M drcasia -
Islands to Ute C..lealllt.at.*.. Tb cuoatry
settled rspiJIy) under the s>ew govrrnjamf. and Jutted and moat pupolar bottU la the Visited .. k...,Wr. Itwlllufftf oaeof tke <* up. Ik-srs need eating back and Ulaaiflg .

the celti.a&aotI oragr-ease.a.1Ww sad kiba o Stale Viators are bat tasking tUIraace .11 .r' best opf Jttaiii tk. .l Its ever teen tifiVrcd for null u.k*cal tiara Got a new supply ouil varieties

was widely extended. acid Necks by the s*m- la tile city sad engaging quarters at this cads gotta', la |+*.r.l Its s(eek! chips la ia and buy liberally of new.outs from youtnearest s

lame dev* uicd war wbicii the cuaatry.VTiUi LuJ. twenty years aU nearly L td. A regvUr Wad of aaaak ia soon k* Ucoatccied duce iawa4jfsat. lu sttile ia their RtUUt Exa rtiisLle .ancI)..... Trim aDd dcaa

cspabllkk and raeuiCM po*.e*>eii by with.... tsublWbmtsi. county, by aaaklaj app Jkatioa: tea days U&rt apt Sprbg is upon us now, and remember that

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I fade ota *, plain wna and I/ grove, and has taken the precaution to root- i r UNITED STATES LANDS DEFABTXEHT.Kotrtzi i I entries are generally by actual settlers the la-

attractive borne prune the trees seven! months before removal It crease b at once gratifying: and encouraging.tot. .-
flower make an ,
garden may _._
then otherwise he ----
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rosy aa advantage ne j ------- -- -- llrlI.f Interior, 187 6.Lemongrowing .
p; happy .parents and good children. will find it more profitable to pay a good price BT IOU r VARSC .

for properhr-grown nursery seedlings transplanted .- -

at least once before budding. than tnb la Florida I Is beginning to
THE FLORIDA CE5TRAL DISTRICT I AIR. .ve the wild trees given \n him even if the DIRECTORY UNITED STATES LAND-OrnC[, -
I the attention of oar fruit-growers. Sicily
attract
giver would set them oat for Lira.DarinsT .answviLLB. .Larva r-enrn. n a.lteg.ur .
The Grain FJorkia Agricultural and Hortlcaltaral the excessively dry summers of 1973 I lemon of enormous site are produced la many

and 1S78, 1 had to care for nver six hundred; I et P.Wk ts1.r-.lba. JOMAn A. LiEU portion of the Slate, sal can be raised' at a
Assncialioa met at Gainesville oa the 12th newly-set orange trees. For el:Ul weeks,daring -*(*, *' Abate_.;*. ,OM.JOlIX VARXVX profit.

alL, Bad deckled' to bold their First Annual Fair the hottest part of the season na; min fell. The Ii._,.C1elt.... ... .. ...W. W.CASSAbT The assignment of Senator Jones, of Florida

{la that city oa the 81b,Oth. 100b. lllli and 12th leave In the nursery from which the trees were I ....Y<< .0f0rk. ... ...l. P. TAR.rl'XDrasekt..a .
{b
0(April nest TIM bids fair to beooeof tb. taken were ftlled/ up like quills, and never _n- :. .. . ..K.S.FCLUUt: to the Committee rm :i..1tr..l" gratifybg
folded fur three weeks still I dkl not only to the Senator, but to his friend
mart Important fair ever held (la Florida It b Bight or day ; I i I !:!(na.-AppUca.s...eater last IlI1el,*e.se.ratsg
not fuse a single tree. Nothing but repeated watertngcnoM Lad see .* located In the central portion at the State,ia one have "pulled them tbmt;:b.. They ....W...> and malcbed with dead whew 5. ..,,.,.,....,..,au.... a UH of nM..c....e judgment as to tbe want of the peopleof
of the finest stock-raising counties were heavily grss, .
farming rot tko l4 k a44n. 41 lk. J
s.p..datp.; > or C'Ofe < the South particularly of Georgia and Florida
easily accessible, sad b surrounded bj other first set COMtqftD I 11 the watering could: bd, neat < ltaiew. !. caaklM iB..virte*roacvrstmtk Iaad4e.ct1be
aay time ia the day. Two large buckets fall tract ss .. rty M ,...lal* ky lu .-u. '.....Ip, ,whose Increased eomm rdall'fO'lperlll' be has
counties: that will dnabttos participate largely time and this u4 Nac-, wbe i s.ki.e: abut a tft1&Ia entry a..crthe
each was
tree at FloriHa
given to a }
were much at besrt-TUB-i*****
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la and of the fair. tile tnd. U kr of tile"try. U *: Tarsa.
the management working op repeated whenever the kern .showed signs of ..ain..U as l.*.. t* tk*rec n.. Mash Nosed be -The Svann\h .Vert states that the last rail
It win be .t a time when the frtat aced growing catling. The result of this care was, that, when ..., .t..... tetter..ebyttpn**. IV *-e ffltortrr .....,.
lateml of be the late summer rain came. Instead of a lut t>f M<| dnIU art pterned Ie n.Ia. was recently bid on the Asuley River Rtilroad.
market-gardening can fully represented
dead and withered stumps I had a grove of !..._ This completes the connection between the
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,aDd It will be interesting to strangers and which well rented and to
v trees were now mdy Savannah and Charleston and Northeastern rail-

prol'pectlv..dtkts to are wbat MCtloo can produce make a fair growth before winter set la. SUMMARY FOR OOTOBER toads and form a continuous line of nil between

the earliest and best vegetables fur the I practice growing low hoed crops among my I -
Northern markets Tbe trees while still small This necessitates the use I 'otwith.taading -yellow-fever scare, now New York and Jacksonville. Tourists and visitors
atock'lfOWlnllnltrnta,
of a variety of r fertilizers and the larger the qa.. happily abated, the work cf the Land-o1&e ( to Florida will be agreeably surprised to

tt too, will be largely represented and no finer tity the better for both tree and vegetables : daring the month of October last promises see graceful railroad bridge spinning the Ashley
opportunity wQ ever be offerttl to breeder .f When It b not desirable to rate a crop growth '
well f this One hundred and old-lime of ferrying
; t season. forty and replacing the annoyance
fine horns, cattle. borp, twine and row I. to of cow-pe* vines tamed under JOlt after coming
Into blossom, will prove a cheap and desirable homestead entries were made and several hundred over that stream in a steamer.A .
I exhibit their stock: for market than will be bad
fertilizer. I would, under no circumstances, allow letters were answered The office-draughts small negro toy at Live Oak committedto

at tbU fair, grass of any kind to grow {ia a grove. I man, though constantly employed, was considerably Jail on tbe charge of larceny the other day
The people of Florida need not depend entirely tried it myself and know many others who have
of the behind his orders for mare at the close of confessed to tbe crime of being one of a gang of
the no1'We venture lite ajwnionthat done soy nod always to the disadvantage
upon orange
orange trees. A. r. rrTLKA. the month. five tramp who have all the necessary tool for
there .b no better In the world for
country -- .- Of ,... 140 homesteads entered during that committing burglary. He said {It was hit bnsi
general fanning to make oar borne.comfortable
K porpnae, mouth, 31 are lo Marion county 29 are In ness to enter houses during the day, and report
and and to make FLORIDA FACTS.
happy, rooocy, i Putnam; ia Ilillsboroagb; IB Clay 11 ; inAUehua i the result of hb Investigations to Lit fellow*.-
than can be found In this State. Our resources I -
Charenal ,9; in Suwannee, 8; while the balanceare J/lMlialZ twa+fitlctasMr.
need developing oar people need to be enlightened. 1 MlL desalt, cunrowdtt. )latclsSSulp -
l distributed In smaller numbers among the J. IL Stokes) of icanopy, brought to
We need more fair and other organization nr' f nrlntioG.
counties of Brevard VolusU, Orange, Polk, town en yesterday a branch with fourteen grapefruit -
!. We need ia some to our people
way, get Florida Hand 1 Manatee, Hernandn Sumter, St John. Levy on it, weighing twenty-four pound The
interested ia more thorough and progreasivefarming. ,
Florida Water Result: Poor crop floral Madison, Bradford, Hamilton Columbia size of the branch was about one-half inch in
We want improved Implement*-let Florida Sunshine. )
Gadsden and Ec mbu.Ggtittcn diameter, and tbe great weight upon it,one would
manofactam bring umple to oar fair and
Guano } final certificates were Issued tbe naturally suppose, would hue broken a much
let oar people ate tbetn. Bring roar Improved Ili ne-dustor > Result: Beat the World.
largest number being for lands in Putnam Sum. larger limb. The tree upon{ which this grew .bin
stock and let oar people tee the contrast and our Stable manure )
/AARLLL ter and VolusU counties. There were but two Mr. Stokes grove, and b twelve year old.GouumB .-
word 6>r It, a more lucrative trade can be built ... --
commutations: that of W. F. JacLson. Esq., of Times, 22.1 nit.A .
than Las been realized from of
portion
tip many THE CHATTAEOOCIIEE BITES BOATS.A Tampa, and that of Mrs. 8. )(. Durance,of Like new enterprise, recently stated at Rosewood
the Great Wet
3t lllind. In Levy county under the au plccs of a
Let all our r.nMn.ptDd two at the ..
a day or -
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few day since we bad the pleasure' of meetIng few energetic Northern men,protnUes to developInto

faira. They will be benefited and let everyone Captain )(OORK, the genial commander of ADJOINING FARM HOMESTEADS: a large and lucrative business. Buildings
ankle for exhibition.
some
prepare the steamer G. Jordan the Chattaboot have been erected and for
r Gnnby on machinery purchased:
By applying to the editor of the Agricultural The f 45o.Ing decisions, recently rendered in
bee river. This line of boats .b now doing a
sawing and planing lumber and also fur making
Department <>f the IMMIARUCT, at Waldo. FLa., relation la adjoining firm entries are of import
large carrying business, and also becoming very ance : doors, ...1:, blind, mouldings, shingles, and
premium lull and all other information In regard
popular with the travelling public. Close connection By the Commissioner. party owning eighty lathes. Ia addition pails! and other ware will
lo arlkka for exhibition at the
pteparing Centra1 are made with the train of the Jacksonville acres of land may enter eighty acres: of <* tJM be manufactured (rum the red cedar which growsso
State Fair ia Jackwotille, and alto the
,Pensacob Jk Mobile Railroad every. Sunday WAI'MVB land adjoining a* an adjoining farm abundantly the hammocks along the Guf!
j District Fair at Gainnville, will be furnished
evening. homestead.In coast.
Y- We abo gladly offer oar aervice: as dUltibutlng -.- _
making final proof, it b not required that h
fur and all other sin that be
agent any may
A RELIABLE FIR)(. the party should prove actual residence on the e'r'n' ,-lfJ'4JfllrzsE.vK..rsllrHOPO..T.
held in the btate. In this respect we deal a to
assistance separate tract entered; but if he does not. It must
render all Ibe we can to every section
ef Florida.Mr. We take great pleasure In calling the attention appear from tbe proof adduced that be has continued .&=' HOTEL.

--- of our numerous reader in Florida and elsewhere fie the period required bylaw to reside )

tbe firm of 8. G. SCARIXO' & Co. No- JACKSONVILLE FLA.C. .
Beally brought strawberries into the city to upon and cultivate, the friyimal fan tract and

yesterday, which told for $1.00 per quart la 1 4 West Bay street, Jacksonville. These gentlemen '' has" *. JUi made use of the entered tract as a IL EDWARDS A CO., I noruavons.

the business of strawberry-culture no Mate, and are among the most reliable wwanliog, part of the homestead inclosing cultivating, or

no section of this Stale, can compete with I>u- shipping, and commission merchants lo the otherwise improving tbe same. -
and ATM P 1tA.
val couoiy.- <<
State, and also agents for the New York and By the Register and Tkcdnr.partJ'
)fr, Fcttlt brought same fine specimens may Rates, tiM per day. First elsss ia all respeeU.
very Baltimore salting packets, and aba the stamen enter fvw7i traltf tracts if both adjoin tha original .
of ripe *ira beirie* Into Waldo on the 10th of and Flora the St. Johns river. The --
Starlight on farm tract. Fur example.1 if be owns the R.n .....O.NI: :.
the same month, show>>t that this delicious river boats through to Enterprise nO
carry passengers west half of northeast quarter of a section, be
fruit may be grown in AUehua aa well u Do val and them tbe Inconvenience of a Cosxaa CALHOCT Lao LarartrrB !tune,
save may make aa adjoining tarn entry of the southeast
;, county, and doubtless in every portion cf the will find the
transfer at Palatka. Passengers
quarter of northeast quarter, and northeast Tauatusaz. : : : t : FLOBIDAMR

t State; and, with a little care, we may have aa staterooms of the Starlight and Flora of comfortable : quartet of northwest quarter of that section.A -

abundant supply of berries seven months in the *. SHEA PROPRIETRESS.
size neat and convenient while the
party who has entered a homestead of less

year. __ .. tables of these will favorably -
steamers .
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OKA5QECULTUKE.OAK with those of the best hotels In Jacksonville.We thereto. an adjoining farm homestead. -

learn that the Southern Land and Immigration .. This house is located one block east of the State

Btrrr FAKW. t Company has lately completed arrangement Capitol bniUis(,and within a short distance the

JACB OSVILLC, Fir, Dec. 14,1377. f with 8. G. SKABIXO & Cm, by which UNCLAIMED FATE5T8.Jr basians portion of the city. :-13

I was much Interested in the Dissertation immigrants intending to settle along the St. -
Upon the Orange," by Mr. Crosby, In the October Jukaos. *. Ktrty. Kd.faJ HOTEL.TALLAHASSEE.
number of the IMMIOBAST and have no Johns river will be carried at reduced rates.FLORIDA Jacvk*ck M.. hew M MAuUct UMM.(.-. Inca u.." CIT

doubt it will prove of great service to the thousand a Ji-, ('bed.. &.ua..... teary FIJL,
a who.. Just beginning the culture of this Jas... llaaaa L.... Ya.tar
in ITEMS.The Jams.Jim U.-. M. L WILLIAM. r. 8Lt SER, Paonurroa
king of fruit.)11 ow. practice starting a
grove differ In some essential points from that .
of 3Ir. Crosby and without claualag that !it bin Windsor House we are pleased to learn .I...... AJraaaos. ..... a-La.,L.to y U. This Urge Hotel has lately been thoroughly renovated

say way better than his, will proceed to teU b attracting its share of the strangers who are "A... If Lrtri.c..wta..u ..W'llttamJob.t.a. aad placed la complete order for

your reader how I do if" leafing neb to Jacksonville. This loose -j. X. LJUta GUknt the reception of the trav
Judge for himself what b the dust plan under the now rapidly filling op Jew'?aiMa .....0..mace ., t>nkuJanUa. > citing public.A .
drcamstances In which be may be placed. There b one of the mod elegant establishments in tbe: J...-. U.t.s.e.e. Cawt
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JUT several reasons why after the ground for the Sooth, and contains all modern imrrovcnteats.Xassaa .. tow L I-_!<... n.-.. FIRST-CLASS TABLE AND ATTENTIVE
grove b selected, I would remove every tree. Kettle.J.ww M. Lack M. a.
The essentially a sun.loving tree. The county b to bold a bir during the K.-t1. .wad J. ....,. Mk'.aJ WAITERS.

I fruit orange b prodocrd upon the extremities: of the coming spring under the anpk-ea of its agricultural Kist o-r-e,$....( IL I.e.sass...k T1.KI1cwe. M....l M.kt Tallahassee ls bested-la oas of 1M most beautiful

r branchc. thus bringing It almost entirely. upon society. The editor of the FcrnandinaKrfntt rt k7. M pbs 1Ad..neaja.ia sections of Florida sad offers superior attrscUoosto

the outside of the tree w here U b sure,at some twos b doing aa excellent work la agitating las Invalid sad plesarrcker..
in the day to receive the direct rays of the son

The tree which stands alone ia the open field almost these cutters. PUBLIO LANDS IS THE US1T11D STATES. COSBECTED win-TBB CITY HOTU.

Invariably produces more and finer fruit -II stated that most of the lands In Ue neighborhood -

than one that b wholly or furtblly shaded. The of Starke have been bought vp by settlers During; the year ending June 30. 1818, rub elands A FIRST-CLASS 8 VINO AND HAIR.DRESSING

aiie to which the "oak, hickory and magnolia of follow ROOM
elsewhere. Tbe were disposed( a*
and
grow in ocr forests b such that" left fifty feet (rum the North price, Aerr. J. P. BATTLE Proprietor. 413ORANGEGROWING

;' apart they would very nearly shade the whole la consequence,baa advanced to aa high as >ft 00 (.. ....... ........ ... ... ......Ln .
; JII 1tary-wsrt.MWatksa. .' .......... In..... -
ground,while the rooa would have entire posses per acre. II...'''' ..ut.t. ...... .... ... .... f..1fJun.at
stoa, and not only be ft&d11U aptiroprbte say -Tb. Carktda Hocae, la Jacksonville, b bow Ttstrreel..atet.. .. ... .. .." .......n
fertiliser which m < of tbe orange; bat also to think up Ibe moisture, urea for the season and promise' h do a large .App..red, w MaLee w e...MtVttlS .. ,..... .. 1J..y..lq
,
frith
without which the orange will never thrive ia business Tai .. one of tbe best hotels la the t'etta.d is Iw&Jrlctt.nt eagge:... ........ tZ awn.o.

any soil These forest Urea are usually frstooned aad b patronized by the mod fashionable >4 bile__ .rfexti*.... ... .... ... L Luem btM1V.4
vt city sx.. ....: ... ... ......... t..6t TREATISE OX THE CITRUS:
with a msgaificeat drspery banrttag mug, people vbitiag Florida Sec card la oar advertbing ............. but pabtuc.. battdtp.... ... .... ..... 1.USS4XXU.M FAMILY
whkh although exceedingly tcautitul la aa J,........ ........ Sq Istw..t............u ,
mthetie pull of vWw, b very damaging to UM coI lIlaa. .... kaasn.anlp ...e.a..... .......,.
orange tree beneath, aa they are sure ta be pew.v _The imnlgratioa to the State during the tltppews MU--.a1p a.-u.u.. ...... 1..1attT. By GEORGE GALLESIO.

f3Mlv; dtoorated with I:after every storm of wind past year has been larger than that of say pretiuosyear .(+1 .. .. .. .. .. l.JM, ..
rr ma. Its removal b a CM-ccsaiiy at any c*.t (Trw Ms4 bum U. llcsxaj
The action of. the thorns apace the kaads la this The class at people who are ... A aatky Irs* by &.1.'"N acres than that

operation .. not dbtiajcobed for its souihiag settling U the State are the buoe and sinew ef dUpid ef ,... preceding year. .

nature; la fet, it .. prov *atlTa of biblical exprtasloot the Ua J, and will ultimately restore this section Tbe cssb reeript were f 1,71:'21 VtC ; a sum A valuable work oa the caltivatUn and preparation

arraagtd la a rrry direct metre fr.. te greater prosperity than ever U&fe.Tbe less by "',*\)142 tea that received. tbe prcvi- of the Orate, Lemma, Citron. Lime and
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that usually found la Wan evnaa.Whea linreCtoiL0 fruii-growet should be without !
f' U.e time comes that these forest trees laJiaa Itver Agricaltaral Socirty i II Ottyar.Dafiftg. a copy of this pamphlet. I

most be removed ttvm the grove,eI rrricoee has Uklag steps to bare that section of south" Florida At year S1JO317'>> arws were surveyed. .

proved that It b aa exceedingly difficult and ex- well represented at the forthcoaig Sute nuking with ibe. o&aathy: prevWuaJj surveyed. Siity-five Large pjgts.Address I IPr:1oc
tale them oat without Injorya
S. pensive matter to Fair la JacUftavtte; A coapeteat amt" abe 303,039 til 47 aerea aad bavtag vet U be-
the orsage '"".
t I have Ud no eiperirace la the 8M ct.i1JIOU appoiaud to eiattnl specimen *t tout vegetables surveyed 1.185, 3 5 4 U53 acre

stamps, tat daring thepu 1 w.* years hsve tell Tope, aced rtl er ftoAaci* of the Tb o MWiiy.! land taken aa under l>u Umeica4 : 50 cox -tl

seen thooaaad ol them ojed by others molts.,and .Invariably If soil, sail also works of art. nsiaerab. Ash sWsib, ass timber karw acts b M1X464 (acre

k a person' w b ha ta the the immediate mart aasataf-ctary vkinity of the wild toad other c rio Hk*.. great then that reported bat. year. As these Atoxzo Fowu Tallahassee, FU

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THE WALDO HOUSE, ARLINGTON; HOUSE THE SUWANNEE STEAM


. WALDO, FLA.JtfliS. ,


... LEO-A RE It-op.iflnll. GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA Saw and Planing Mills

ARLINGTON 1*
THE
The Waldo Houae hi situated ImmedUttly on the te* KU.AVIU.K: .'1.\.
from Feroandiua ta Cedar Keys, Visc '
line of the railroad ?
and at the arrest print to the celebrated and beautiful A First-class Hotel -
9anta Fe Lake Region. Table uprlied *>tb ,
J DREW A. ItrCKI '
Proprietor*.
all the dellcadee or the ea oo. This lloute U a x
Built U the nol ubUnllal
popular place! of retort for I.unetAocl1'lare- 1 .
I ecekera. Term moderateI: per day and 110 per manner,
We
Tai tnf't'l"lt.U1''O.Df'e' to OIIt'rrl..t. and the
week. ..- -- FURNISHED COMPLETE pubtte generally that, "having aecurrd. the tervlce
of competentDra

Coleman House .lad with all tk* convenience >ghttmtR, Architects and Mechanics 1
requited a hotel to give
MAR LAKE SANTA FE. b.'ikl* rrrPrrJ '* emln ... 011 "J Contract for Ire .

Comfort t. thuerrdint a Via-
WALDO FLORIDA. DWELLINGS
V let EnldfBct la Florida. ,

Mr*. W. B. COLE***-, lake* (leaf are la announcing : Cottaies, Factfries, Hotels, Public Edifices,
to her friend that be U prepared to furnltbelegant ,, ,,, EITIIEU: FOR HEALTH:
apartment to Iboee wbo drain a winter .\1'.. .t...
OU nlcn.TloX.Jking : .
i home In the vassal village of WatJ.F1orlda.. .. .
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The l.bl.1a bountifully applied, and everything al any {vault ace a..4bl 1. by the neveral railroad and
leamtKMt hers.
repaired far the rotnfort of gueata will be provided.Writ located: on the lilgbnt lend in the Stale Invalids will dad bl'fe.1I1t no other

for tern. 7 |..rt of the Slate' to abuntlaoUy atToc\! -
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RAULERSON & PECK own lumber, we are enabled! to otter very liberal Inducement
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Dry Atacspte Pine Woods, Pleasant Ernes, and a First-class Hotel with Home Comforts aa to TF.KMM AM QUALITY OF
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viauua t.DRAT ".\TEIU.\(..
PLEASE: ADDRESS ARLINGTON HOUSE FOR FURTHER INFORMATION.
GOODS ___u_ __ _____ _____ DRAUGHTS PLANS AND ESTIMATES .

HaU, Boot,Short, Hardwire Gl'Oftrlt'fl. lixx C. Ritronn, ire.ldeat.Naa. And l.furm allan tarnished on application.
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.tt'. AI', R. N. ELLIS, E. Faaaau O. I*. ruu.t.r'.fff. .
I NerM.ry.orFl -
'VV"a1d.o F1n.
.L\.BCrx1TECT w. hays a1o nude ettcnMve additions to our

fiappilce furvUbed to new ctt'cra at the very lowett a or rLAMMl MILL, and will continueaa heretofore
cash ratn. 7FOR to Manufacture and keep In toek n full line of .
And Consulting Engineer
The Santa Fe Canal Co. Framing and FlnUblng Lumber, Moulding, Brack
eta, 8.1..n. Picket *litnglrI>ah.. At.

S.. \ T1LIN No. 3 West t Bay SL, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. WALDO, FLOKIDA.W DREW & BUCK

ELLATILL1 n...,July I, U7T. t--4
7-9 P. (). Box T4. __ __ _ __ _____
:- TOE l. on the Traa"lt n.II,......jrty-fcmr .Uefrmn --- H
rrei aa4lBa. .r...ljr-o .fnim ( *.and_lr For Salo
or Exchange.
bar from be Ureat( Holbrook the Grocer cw"i.(ra Santa Fe Lake
Region. work...*.. ap Nural .IWe" water lriforlatWe -
53 Weal Bar M., Jacksonville, Ma., la tb. beality Laaa K" oi," and briar _nor
to marfcrt wtrml thou.an -- EiLKH IX ITifLB ,,!liP VASCYGROCERIES ally adapted l.carir vrcrUbtr' *end fralt.and tbe bume SUGAR PLANTATIONFor
of tb*....*.'* Hae...... eaa be made hen by atajt
CARD.-In order to answer thousand of inquiries a little _,. t,ork, tnerry, brain,and iwilmee.,
Mend S5 reoi kit paprr. ma.... te (Mlc.nearthe Norther
received thin office and It being lmpo*"ible to
at Arpai. ill on or addrme YAHI ILELL A )'Wl'E, ItaaU well-located propertr a a,4A>acr.
aotwer all by letter the following list of drairable FLOUR HOMINY, MEAL >.Canal UMpaayoffice.. Waldo ria. 4-d tract on tbe AKLINOTON UIVF.IC FIjOKtIU.. sic
-- ---- --- --- -- --- mllea from Jacksonville by land nine Mile
I'lacea are mentioned. Tboaa wbo are Intrrrated In Cracker llama,Fl..b, Ac Tea.Bugar,and everything about KM by
water, ac rea cleared IYa)acre rich alluvUl -
tbe general description of the LAKI Rzaion bonld In his. HIM cheaper Iban the same quality t.fgoods t.1'. SIMLLKK sugar land. Iw..I,. feet ;above high water} ,
Ret the November and December Lumbers cf Ins can be p.reba.rd elsewhere In Florida ('of- teal In tbe tHatet balance n.*, CLAM. frail and
fee, grem.2S.2H and 30 cent per pound; Coffee,
firming land city nbe .il tbmn
< bouti n rare
FLOKIDA IMMIOKIKT: MitKK I* ;
and 35 Tea black *>,
roastedl0
recta per pound. ,
rbanee for a pemaUon.' Alan ISO acrea frnntlnron
No. 1-Fort/acre,front on Santa Fe Lake of ono flO and 73 cents per found; 1 eaa, KT"..CO and rib' Lana tidtnoK, oppnclte Prayton NUttd ; Siacree
f nrtb mile; fine place fur orange grove; can be rent IWT pound. Order from the country.ollcltedand General Merchandise In and adjoining Lebnnr. county town 01S..I. .
bad now for ITU). promptly filled. Cooda delivered atcamboal ..,. Tltlca ,..all anM>LTTKLr rcnrncr.
No. 17-Ricbty acrea, one mile at of Santa Fe or railway reeof cbarffeTerm.. Invariable r..U Add,"* .\. II. CAMPBELL.
Lake: rolling Und i good water front; fine LIb on dclirerjr. II. ... IIOl.SIKOOli. S3 W. TALL.\IIASSER. FLORIDA.TRIWEEKLY b if Jacksonville, FU.
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bluff.: Beat or fruit land. Price, '-0) liar Mlreet.RICHARD -- --
No. 4 ElRbty acres one-balf tulle from Santa Fe -- -
Lake. Offered now at tl.OOQ. STACE C. W. GARRETT
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No. S3' -Ninety M"1tI. SO cleared ; tbree-foartba S. FULLERLate
of a mile from Santa Fe Lake; worth I::.<
'\0)No.. li-Fine Louse on the Santa Fe Lake-newdwellinsbnuee of the U. 9. Lad- mn', !!! THOMASYILLE, DA.. & TALLAHASSEE FLA. ,
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; 15 acres of land; beautiful view; I 8A9II, IHX)1W. BLINDS ANt> TINWARE, ,.
worth tti: -ror 11,7X0.So. Real Estate and Land L.at.. ..
Agent T1teMa..UIe mrr Tuesday. T1iar dy and Kalardar -
Kft-Fine orange grove near Waldo and the at a.*t A. )(. Tdbba....every ) -"" ., Wr4aMa No. 58 welt Bay Street JacksosvIUs,3Its.
canal; ft nnegroreof treenlo bearlnjr; nearly l.OUQ .y and Friday..e.\. M..l.kt.Zdlaaet.1 .....1.1..
young trees and early pracb tree that bare fro- OAINESVILLi; FLA. lloaty.f *>b .n4 r a...la and aroand tbe lake Fla*._ -----
dared f!,(*.) worth of fruit tbe pant aeaaon ; large crtiery la the I foatb.TkU .
dwelling and one-bntlAi.gi; very One garden and IMnge eoaax-t at T.naa.wltlt lr.l..fi>r the R. IV J. MUNRO
Gsu of ....
Miko AnlarbleoU Hear and EM rVirtda ,
old
worth I10.OO will be for
1G.0I1lJ.
ground; ; at sat. fur all Laat .
e twiaU Nurtb and N'r.t
and briny |-JOOUU In three year*. SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVES TO TilE 8ELLCTION Tb s.aLaan t'1
No. OK-Town Iota In \\aldo at Ereatly reduced : OK CIIAKLEM MAU 'II,

rate to any one who will build for a boarding-boue, I Tboo a*,tri., Ua.. orTallabatMw, FU. General Merchandise
bakery tluhoj. hardware tore, printing other, .
millinery shop,Ac Stato and GovernmontL.A. ,

I No. :31-Three hundred half acre lots In tbe town WM. H. SLATER, TALLAUAH4F.E, FLA
I of Geneva, every one having M late view ; one bait i M I N.uau a
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will be old very low to ant purchaser ; one l lot DS
\ given to every Mockbolder In the eat al. Gold and Silver Watches IIIGIIEbT )THICK: : PAID ron COHOXAM
No. MS-Flrt-cla'a home orange grove and lakefront IN FLORIDA, ,
on tMnta Fe Lake over 100 seer. ; worth (TOLD AND PLATED JKWELKV. OTHER PRODUCE.
13.0)10 fur tale for thirty days only at the low price 4-0
of II.XW.; Huy and Sell Ural Katate: in Ahchm: Co.I I solid l SJilrcr .\; PIat&'t1tn'l 'u.io Boxer, -------- .

j No. SO-Four mile from \\.1do.Dd near the railroad (1ot-k., and 1'od..et Cullt-rjr. 1'l: LIVELY
KM bearing |-rach treca and 10U orange tree- All bnlnea before the lulrlct.1Id General : ': ,
4 ten In bearing many other frnlt*; good; ttnilding Land-office promptly attended to. Wale,.., C'I.ek. and Jewelry rally U..
alit; arrea. bait cultivated worth 'I l,5t>>-c.n be i paired nudVnrr.Mle.. WIIOLE4ALE AND RETAIL

bad for I1U'J.No. ..111ue.h n'err.ar.. .
tbe railroad. 101- and HoueMead Santa Fe from Lake.five to eight miles from Agents Wanted I *.. TAU.AntB Rqw.-abd ..Fta. DRUGGIST & APOTHECARY,

Land warrants tOld by J. B.Olivet In New YOlk I Tallahassee Fla.
I will be received In payment for any pnrrbaea i ,
private land, at tbrir bee ..at... Good railroad WE W'ST1: ENERGETIC MAN IN EVERY: New York Store -
Stale and Government bnda can be had al from the NEItilIIK>RHOOt) TO INTRODUCE Dealer la Foreign. and Uoineaiie "nig. CbemlcalaIltannaceutiral 4
to debt mites ditant at f LS5 per acre,and private Preparation. Fine Toilet
i land at fJ'0 1 10. BcTtral partly improved farm THE lAIXKSVII.I.K: Fl.BRYANT ..\, tlw J.,llilr and Tovtb Df..bM.
for ile. AdJre.

Santa Fo Canal Company, NATmNAL MONTHLY CO. Perfumery and Fancy Toilet Articles,

WAUK FLORIDA. \rw.trrlt a" N.-'w T.*k illyParti" .> Trn.*..and Snrgieal Iatr.iuent ,

--- .b-B4iac In ..HU. In ibis p.rt .f Ftoeida... I'aintf Oils Varnuliw ,nluw-glae
.\ Urge Illustrated |>1 j*". 16 pa ;e*,14 ...1...... .....1. ctemblne vailatiie lur (arm sod bonMbold a*.In ,
The Southern Guide, lends*l J'tII-wtr"...., ... Anti l INitljr.SpeeUI .
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A Qt'ARTERLY rEUIODICALAM The Choicest Stories ': WM. B. PERRELL'SEUROPEAN ears and attention paid to ,... tel< f and ails of FUErill ilAKUEX= IKCU4: : In theiraeaaon.

: I-OEM4, WIT AS[) IICNORAaAe.; .
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HAND-BOOK FOR SET 'LER3 and TOURISTS I HOUSE -
EVF.UY Rfl ." CKIHER HAH THE CIIOICE OF j II PHYSICIANS' PRESCRIPTIONS

I Afljrdin fall, and aalheatlc Infornatloa TWO MAdNlFlCENT PREMIUM?. i AND KtM-At'lUXT.
; I Carefully com(Beaded ai all bow of day and nigbt.
relative to tbe agricuUirat and miner! resources, 16" an.) 160 Bryan Slrr-rt, tlJ'\fOaItO\ New
commerce,nunufactureap4eaure reon. fecitItle Price only SI I a Year | Market, fivamiai: (... 4E Tb.llvrs--WAIL

for tranaportatian; and other material It-S tll(1ICi'y Is full at afgi' .a'
Intensln and cb raet rttic* of the We at,. larger CUD coMMiAMona to .;t'Itt.Ibaaj one istm be.tin M4h..* Lire Uen renovated nil Jvke.Caap:
any other .perpnt>iu'"4. read stamp *.r.al r, IbrwnrhMl .turT I*.1 new.aadIhe Ineldenta "
p UW U ai.*r. .*(*..* Alta Ue best Ibe nurMtaA are Slorlee, and of the late war-Jtta&
Southern States of the Union or to save lime lead VI rents. for oar t'OIIIl4c1.| ear .<... T...., *:ra Uav a-e .ba every eiSuidier and bi* Ctully wai" Jew,*
....lac ontkt, InelndtNT .....'. prentow, lam})e -- -- --- limaloMra J'O&l.d.w Tanka and It C nfeda" IUIbdr
rcpte, Ac., and eo TO wouc: it once; riperl...... In It It U tbe only pan r of tbe
ILirSTtiTED if the F1\LST MCOD EVCIITHCSTbe ADDKEM P. M. OLIVER, kind sod U liked by all who **e IL "Tbe Loyal
1 lrgialaa. w Tbe AoUiev1 bride begins .. the

cleat laH4 aiylc-, aa4 tle neewracr of the THE NATIONAL MONTHLY !: Real Estate and HomesteadAGENT July ...aevarai....... II"nn nb.n ra.capita A new story Confederate and will er.-runtbruauh

4ecviptW...a, abow a practiced and akillfnl, writer, .o6" ...% 171. I I IW tribMi4 baa Just been "...,. .. to cowlrlheteregularly.
aa d6a .ba will kfc*>.* tw to d. rimisat.be. *.44lcr. *. lrrep'etl ve of w btcb tide they
Swan what U naefal and what I* .n|><<.*... far .\ IlIX( TO',1'. r. fJAI.HrsVILf FLA egbttrl *> > r I % are irae-tly iavlted &.
perm..eekleg< UformaOwo."-H: J. /MMT, V.*.. ..... '
In ii bcro
md Rotae* ij ripe.: e pcratMMl .
awsa.i..vrgJgrk.dsnqAa.ai.cr.. --- I M7. .eH.. .... .kkprv, !.*.!. bn n>.lea4*. mats enaU. II...)uk..A" sn4,....w I. tbta ...
pr.arttag
rney
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SelectedIi tile, AB "" In Oit4 Mate t.d.mr.sF
r Free Homesteads ti-aoidioata .,.. ta.* .....*Me to...,*..* ma a...-. false 01 'M grist CIIO..L I. 11 the oaIy way
.. .... IMI ea. be 0..A rtaaaa .wa'WD. Try It a .
in** pus Is raw tbMBM* ea.ti Yay u.. fur year
.1 l.tt liar, SiagU-. f- 2* c..... I i ....-'j-."., (.._.. ..._aN.&. tL4 nay I'IUf C.U.-.I' au ., NeW ...,.. E.
.A4d... R. K Fl"LLEJ:. (MI..,... FIaOrange -- ---- -- -- rk- tbe pike.. A letter and direct It loLltuL
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BRAMHALL COMPANY, -Crove- for Sale.- -- ETerytGIJ Fly MA! Bf2j J. W. NEIGHBOR. .. Pullet, N. Y.To .


WASHINGTON I* C. Tae Krd'.t jfH>t Ui>d frwMlar Lisa Lib.14uv1.n..e JUt PWOCCCM" or Till fU.fU DAFruitGrowers' A lSDCC13: 1 Olf". every r.ni' aeodingre ..
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Association netl 4! I.. h..s.er U this adverii* uae.i, and will
Bs.aa.sae.a .. I Ioo
MtoMir r1.e
I;u"1I1J '., l'illi'itt'. flaw.* IWali/rT ...*..... bier. 1 spd 1 ML. At.A4" I IW ...tl*.a Ratpap+.. they aw It ,.. we will pteacntthem

ATT06XET AND CJOITNaELUm AT LAW. ..... C 111.1. TUij, r.> 7 C-i4itn'rtf .... 'se1wM. M. *MU. ...Nvs.hat. wild tbe h. uuwbere.. c-*,i aJxg tbe) very
ep..w .w.w ter'.mt .r'... .ma..
... u* ..TSe. Male.Catr Muty
'Ulf ..U.....,oJ M*..tl, *>r "I !*. Mlrs' .r *.***......." tt.
WARANTJEE DEEDS.We b.vuf wbte4 ww M n *w in she" aervtee., tioenlLe.t.Uaat
Lugs tW. J'a. r.4/e'-tMtiy eight I'tgtt.
3ACES4)NYILLX: ILL '
f..* mass ask far the. story whew y.uIM
I ... bav. ON band n fU **pr>7 .' "'....... CKXTiTl'OaTACK I band ,*.tCiU fnIU."14 ..know thai ton want U.TMM .
....... La &M *a4e ash V.... State* .+..... 'I 0..4.. tai ....a evaew.ata. aMMalerJ ask... I J'HICE, M TAID I I a VEUT uacaaioeruL T*. *>lu .., ***d
TIdes to real ..-.u ......., e*>uveytxe made I a 10. I. ........ I with I'..11.... Mtu AddreaaJ.
is npaa furealus d. .&e. A44r. ALUNZa FO'luTUuW..,. .,.. Aa4reM ALUIiZU 14 WLlt, T>>',"...... FU. .:EI4Jllll)11 ......1.... :>" V.
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Ageat tt the fuie f>r the....off Fll IMMIGMT


STATE LANDSALSO i


A URGE AVOCXT Or L Aa elepatly printed ;ltt-pap piper.

Improved Jbands, I DEVOTED TO TilE DIMEMIXATIOX OF KF.-
CONCEBSISO= THE
11 S LIABLE INFORMATION
the bet la Florid. lure bee
AoMMf SOIL, CLIMATE,.rKODUCTION?.
4 le
placed la ay buds for *

j TfeeM Lode ere ltattd-la a sri$etrry coaatyIn And Desirability ofa Memo In E3.rN..

Eae sad ewtk Florida.Ornct It also eoculut an abljtdSted
: Room.:cos.J seal*.Palmetto Block(ar.a.
.Ira), 7-' JACKSONVILLE. 'L... Agricultural Ccpartmcnt.Aa .
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rxavtx Copiw.Tn*CK" TH.AiUma .

MATTRESSES, FEATHERS, ALONZO FOWLE Publisher

Comfortablee Door Mat, Carleton House TALLAHA&EE, FLOKIDA.

QiiMren'0 Carriafjo, Molding 1'iota re- ,

Frame, Motqaito Feta .t Fixt arc*, ... -.- _"__' ... ..._ ;" = OPEN FROM NOVEMBER TO $7,500.00 GREENBACKS
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IDIDOf- -SHADES AND AND MOSS.JACK1 SHADE. FUTURES, ") .'" -'h -, ''; ;- \ iipn[ tall & Davis) GIFT OF PREMIUMSTo

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MVIUE, FLA. MXOHIHC BL9CK. r the 8ab!! .cri! r* of 'beDetroit

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WILL BE AWARDED ,

IMMIGRATIONCOMPANY. FLORIDA. On Wednesday, Feb. 20, 1878.

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'' ;: THE SARATOGA OF THE SOOTH.
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$2,00 for One Year,
ThU Company,laeorponted la \'A' ,LM bua ret -
>utlttdt and U BOW ready for the lranMlloa of All the Northern Comforts with a Warm and Equable Climate IntlnJioc Premium a Participation Award. In our

ba.ia M. Iu thief otjeet U to aid la tb.traapor,
UtUa of roloalea,CunUlr,&IntllfldiuU. to Flor- NEW BRICK HOTEL FIHE IIO3E ON E.VCII FLCKIL SUBSCRIPTION TICKETS NOW READY !

Ida tad other loathers State"
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The Compaaj'e Laai Stork,iuD to emigrant, ., Passenger Elevator, and all Modern Improvements. Ayrou wanted. *am{.ie paper*and cirraUn eonUlaioff -
entitle Ibem to 1100.00 worth of tbe Cotnp nj' full information a be seat free to any one
a Und, aa allowance of IJaoo oa the cost of their .dlfaIolac the rcabU.ber.)1.. IL BURK
I Il..port.Uota..o4 7 lamed. Detroit
L,West ,Mich.
y to tba erTlec of tbe Corn puy's
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ageats la examining and selecting l nd.
S. G. AVERY,

Agents-Wanted, Atlantic and GulfThe NATIONAL LIVERY,

oa UVKKAI. Tsars, to work for the Com rea,
throvgboat the Northwett Sale and Fee Stable.

The Compaaj lua tads,town sad dt j lots,,,- -
1 proTtJ and aalmprored, for al1.aad rent I. nearijerery dee, No. 124 Forsyth Street, Jacbonrflle.

fOe." la Florid; to that,ao matter where .: : .
Best Single aDd Doable Te.ua always OB hand.
lanl raau come from, bow reach or how liule
Also Boggle. llararu.te.,for.al.
they hare to latest, whatever portion of the Bute --" .e_ ,- ---- -
k they desks to saute la, tae Compoay't cormpoa. HOW TOFLORIDA.LIVE I
dents,promoter, stockholders or ageau I.the dlf- ..t.A If
ferret parts of the State caaaot fell to salt them.Cormpoadeacv The Only All-rail Route to Florida ,..
'II' TO -0.' I. t I
from penoaa dcelriac farther la- .'r TBir.r,H, r>, .
fonnatloa eoaeeralag the eo....,'. plan or fats RUNNING TIIUOCOII SLEEPING-CARS, WITHOUT: C1UNGE t r nu.,Ut eo-....."..f'1III",.,. ,
,Iraml '_ .Y. ....*. eM..1V '
of to become
properly{ or deirlnff afeaU 1 ;...w\.Jrr : Knots,or stockholder,I* cordl Ily lartted and will t'hr''La 1'11.' .w.
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FROM GA. AND MONTGOMERY ALA. j. .
i SAVANNAH -J T.ra..r.t4tI-h-.a
receive prompt attention.Addreees -.-Est. t n.i,..
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J, T. BcuuaD, rrealdent, or SraniiwFUK '" tr 1 w,.ears .
,Geaeral Saperiateadent,TalUha. ee,r 7R. _M.-_'t..rl My.10.-.....*..1....u...
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TO FLORIDA .U.IrMp.i"s 1
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.uury W3lr.
..eeteai Blamts '.Ihk-tlv.,.. ..Mtkd".,.U"..a.... I j 1
i1 ATM.w
piLORlOA
ALL THE YEAR ROUND. fay I

We now preparing a ad of blanks repaired
are
by peroa entering United States The most Direct and Popular Route from the North
lloaiwtead.toaa16U.C 01 APTHORP'SI
and West to QUINCY, TALLAHASSEE, MONTICELLO, I
HOMESTEAD APPLICATION and D AFFIDAVIT 'I STANDARD I
MADISON, LAKE CITY, BALDWIN, FERNANDINA, .

f'o1Jint'.Dd ration f UOn'and .AflMavlt IlomealeaJ 'rill.. GAINESVILLE, CEDAR KEYS, MANATEE, TAMPA, MAP[ FLORIDA

KEY WEST, JACKSONVILLE, ST. AUGUSTINE, and
Final Proof and Affidavit. l
all points on the ST. JOHNS RIVER.
Ur W)(. LEE APTIIOItP.
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riUCf; TEX CE.'iCJl.
Formerly Old Clerk of tb* United bates t.rveyor4eaersr. -
Imml.._..by ibis roate are sot traatportcd by low freight traiaa,bat travel oa the f.6aL mail trala, ,oOlrc.sad Ute of lb.
Address ALONZO FOWLZ, Titlihuiee.its eao iag all the advaaUgea of qelck traaalt sad tare eo.. d1otl&. No liae offer eqaal aciUUee to ,at.IAad O ke.
----- panic* ecklag a home ta Florida,la low rate,eoatforUbU acfonnaoJaUon.sod liberal arranrrmeau I F
for trsaport oa. SPECIAL RATES TO FLUE1DA 0CTTLEIU ilVEX FUN ArPUCATlOX.
Look Look State fair
Diploma Awarded at 1877, for"Be it
PRICES TO .cn-TIlE HARD TUI&5. To Secure Speed, (tart, Safety, ni Lo? Eats, t Is Sure to Purchase Tickets Map of Florid**

.pcrior to an other la tallness, S<<1Iht'1 aad f
COLSON dir: CARTER, the Atlantic & Gulf Railroad. tlrerneu. sod lb. sal, map giving lopoRtapt* ,,-
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DOt'SE AND .10fPAINTERS : : of tbe. Wslluapi.be* 01 'be tuantry.U'Iraldi.coaat J'.u.Puc"cOhP..J. .- i

TourUu sad lataBd will lad this favorite Use to Florida faraisWag aU the lasariea aid I. tat llae traJ. Term W.Keats ua Bf'p1kalloe. Or- I
coaveaieaera of modes railway thY'&. dm b7 mall promptly attended to .Address
WALDO. FtA WM. UE: AFTHORP,

AU braachea of the trade cxecated la the aeUt ELEGANT SLEEPING AND PARLOR) CARS, PATENT SAFETY BRAKES ; -U ... TklUaaMee- -,-Yl.M. ..
style ...p.rUl atteattoa gtvem to coatraeta foe s-lat. ...aa.eMM. ... .
lag sew balUiar ta the. feet*Fa Lab. ke Uw,aadaioactheUaeoftaaTraaaitraUroad. EITENSIYE RECENT' RENEWALS OF STEEL RAILS WITH HSH-BAS JOINT .'a'-.:.'!...'.".'.,.: ....."..-..
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T FLUttlUA Uklag the AtUatle sad ttalf Route avoid the Ao- \ : .'-=
raMeagen to EAST .trt of coast .. r .o.. ?
sad tedioa dci.ys from fuel Wed "iwijh weiher oaUide." .a.w.-= :
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Rolleslonjfurseries. ---==.:..MK.......-.w M..-'A-.....w..}

T.an la wat of Nanery 4ock ethed to the tUa No Sunday Delays, Double Daily First-class Train Service //siSS! --:_--s.-_l_--ca i352BaC.SJ
*..of oata Ueor U sad rUrid*.we will*.I1 re- :aCS-gSy-jgygtt: .*S. ."*
1isbs. Meek lur rash to aU the alma.eo..i.tlag Ia
part of Swvet redUag Uraage Tress, ()iasp sad THKOUGH' TICKETS anJ Hagg-;s tl.ccl* can U procure i at Tieitt Officts --- -

-- Leox fear bddd*er* .la..satiety. 4..,.oe.. boast Leaaoa blocks, the Ituoc.hum twoto we io the North aixl Wet.foe Livery and Sale Staples, I
haw .!led f*e two year tr..born say bitter taua
taw! feral bead tor esr.k+gea Addr**. lafocaurioa a* t. rata, freiftl sal pa** ;., Uae.abte*. eoaaecttoae, **.. ....rne TALLAHAUCE. FLA.
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"-ASPARAGUS- ROOTS-"" !. OfENS Guest! Amt, JAl L TAILOR, Gin Wflt & PES. Alt, U. iii!. COBB-, Proprietor.

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