The Florida immigrant
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Title: The Florida immigrant
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Alonzo Fowle
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: February 1, 1878
Publication Date: 1877-
Frequency: monthly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (July 1877)-
General Note: "An official paper: published under the supervision of the Bureau of Immigration."
General Note: "Devoted to the dissemination of reliable information concerning the soil, climate, productions, and desirability of a home in Florida."
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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System ID: UF00079919:00008

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





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'v. r'I' .1.1. rat eitrrmitr ->f the i Iiiit of fnh ic mithriMich w iii i alas .t 1 rn'irlv de.apaars| countrytmme lorly eight, while in' Fk"'ri .. I r ....... .. i.. .... .
s Lbrr toe I the .tniu of Floruit. t,e,wefn ( ",1_ :nd

  • F. HKEW. (7rrreroM the f'Irrhla lt,ff-, with ti-mpt-raturr{ ... Inuit .4ty v rarer. th.- l" .1..h1l1 bee aril ChurkHle httbor.i Tire folio me are the'Hn<'tric l .'1P-it\ IHHI-" -

    :NOBLE, A llfLU Ue.l ii rttatw -nine hI eighty dr rte.. It then eSpwtnd| itlf IMIHerirnr| a..I" ,......t ,li.l nce hack anti ij .ki n un.lri be iir..|*'v* of Ihe (internment AI

    W. tl BUIXHAM ***M..r MateliEOKliE I iiMHij/< "t the lUhanii 1..I"n.I.l b'lIItihC the KMT toward* the 1\j".ItIHlh'"- river exletnl Into .UiAn i I the different nullury' piths' ::

    UU'MBf* DREWWALTEtt .. +! Ida cost a* far rx>rth a* Jupiter ink(. din-rattlC nit or prairM'*. inlr.|lll'f1ioC"Il with ftrove and Fort lltllas J4.."*,.. tall; Febmtry. (.s'. .
    CiWVNS:' :' .IIspleolkr Trr..sreriEnkU61'.ItiET i in a n'.rthea..terly dinctU. |"! ..injr the I ll r- clump* of timber lawn one ti too acre in are'* tlurh l ':'tU. \I..iJ.| I4. )tay. 7'+ 0. June. NI5.:'
    :' iramtLa i mania: he'ti'w{ liich! are off th' (.tnlin. ("( .....1. tcmbrr, Tvrt; IM>
    Attorney ( I in*; to i thoiwrocky inlets and the II iiiuui* a Crystal water var, in< from a frw nabs" to bundmU l h..t. ?: 9. StI\'l'ml"'r.IJ.: tt''f'II1\IM't.O4!'
    llfUII A. COKLEY ram ..t .>. sod immitrssitwWILLI.IM I !eiiii-ir 'piral venlureTlie of sibs lit r,h.tH. Thiiie are all filled Fort >1.f"I.. January, ftll Febnwry, 4'4ll ;

    I'. JLA1"LEVJ !rapt Public iD'trtth.a I I trade wind!*, which are ron"untly j.....m< with an aburxUiicf of rV...ls. a..I.1 certain tea )Msrtlt.r: Ajwil. MH.: : .May.MII.' / June M' l.:2.

    J. IHtKI'lI; A4,.Iant .Ien.nlSTATE off the tJulf ,Mream are tHtceptible .t'time asI MMI. of the it- .r are the rr,, .'rt of cndu-K ipunti July, y+ v. .\u u..l. 1.1. S-ptcmber, t417st l i

    t i (tar north a'4 )In lulto inlet; the rejri 'n of trade Uri I.f water low I There are orc*>.k, taily de- lolier, 777. Nuvt nttt.r. 71 .:t. I ecrmber, (H.':.

    BUREAU OF IMMIGRATION I wind* properly{ extend only ** far north a. the pre.4wis of Und. w hi re the water ktjtinl$* during I Tampi,January,HI :t. ....'''..r, ''l.1.t.: .M larch
    twcnty-dphth degree of north latitude which the rainy ea..on, frrnerally of only a few acre 077. April, 71.S ; )tar. ':66. June 7y..'\ July.

    ltr ;il A. 4-OIlLEY IYetdeetcoLfMBt cro*>O! the IIII'nin."I. .-' at laps Canaver Tlie In A"'''. and covfe( i with a growth of cyptem ,Ml" 7. .\Uj.I.1"I H. Scp"I'ml..r. 7't 3 f K-tol.,.
    *, IIREW. KOUUE& r. IL\NKT.f air south of l'sl't"| Canaveral i I.. Mull an.llttlrny. from MX to tin iiuhfn In diameter, which are \orrnhierfti9 IhrrtnitYla.I

    f i and vegetation a*!'unte. Imiiu-dLilely a tn.j,irnl verv valuable for fencing<< The noil i I" gcncrall. New Sm> rnt.: January ft! I. .'."", u4ry..1.1.

    I character The nttncmvr, mastic s nn1. i-h-mv. fetndy. and t'II mure or leis impteenated w ilk Match. r? .; .\I'U. :,aR. )ly. 71.2 June, 7* !* .
    SONNET TO FLORIDA. I H-oanutand other trrt-. n"tivrnof .the lr "|,i -*. lime and marine .h..IIII.|| S me uf the Mvanna" I July. :'J't .Augu l. ;HM. N-HimM-r.| ( 7:$ 2. < >c-

    I are imligenw* akmi the eastern fon..t. IriHii ate a rich. vegetal- l I.miu, while.lh"tIt hair" the t..I.H-r. 7S It. Nuvrmber, .;1.2. l U.'C'1'mt..r.. In:;.

    Our Where* U *old land.STOW like roan r nth.*. bwrrer and 1f'ODOnlI.fair .r ern. I l'ate Canaveral) *"'nliw r.l, ami on tintJnlf aptetrtntv. | of city ; but UI"III| clou* iu.|N-clii n II Fort I'it.rce. J-unntry, It.!.': ; Febnury, 01. ;
    VI bef. winters chilli* lrr-iurm. netrr Now.- I ctMi. tno ilhwiinl Chiirlotte: ll ita..r. Thexruh.or liMtnd lo IKmtxitl I with .u art. The ('ahass llnn h. i1c; April. 7:1: '1. Msy, 749 June 7l.It.
    N'h..e ,.......t. flaantlac in the ......... air I I re l uttnznn r, ITTOM nf r north n.. Tampa lu'clni- n,er r* nnv liable for tirrr.leamrrs to July !y' : .t. .\II"U..t. !K" : 4. N-plember, sit' P4. <>c- I
    Uvfn* to lrip thrlr green to hmlie. tare mik-w of l.tkeOkecctiolMi' where lhiwHf loiter. :.\ NovemlH-r.. rts.5 IK>-mbcr ?!.
    And Da'.". .haMt'-'........ nrrr .tunf>. ... kt. i i Itft) upon the wtern.. and >I' Minto inlet on the TV it Inn ten It. < I
    To bieM her....Min..*. with broad of ....,w I eastern wit.Semitrop( tMni k I" mtetnipictl by ''rapid It U a It-sit At the tune the ..tati"tic" were mark. the tnx!p*
    Nor needeth month* ..( dmlti a ew robe |u wear I I ***' Fhi l* ....nl..in."n are* of about ttful river or a milf iu width for 1"'t\IV.ny.. I II in Florttbt were ntaliooe.1 HI I be Indian .......nly
    Tfc* rb.,. fIllI."_' never wear awar. 1 ilssl,( Mpiire nuls i minding tin- I:..r.t.\1 ks, mikii liens its mouili It then contract, "u.l.u nl Fort I lUHt on lliMti> iie Inn Fort Myers on
    ne brvath of fragrance i.rrr ..-..... too....( I I
    ....>< of nt. hIir,*". 'n nd. w, r u. I'I'n. c'ORlp.C. the. l.&nlil"'t..r Monroe. I It ,.t.! .. Min I aisle phew.. I* not' over our hundred lees in the C..loiMah"tchee miter Fort I'.n..... on TamKt|
    Urtnl e.ery ......,. *>* rash hoar ehutder ,,..., nice, Hill, ..l"'riHmli. l\.lk. !Itrevnrd. and lht<<" s'wsth" t width. and in manv places' icnemhlr{ ait artificial Ii bay and FortJnpitet| ; and, Fort IVrr on Indian
    Oh. (ran.:v4aad. of rtuUv.. .umm r day. cm portNMi of the ciHinlir or.Orange and 1'.hisir canal with HII cropping. of oolitic lime.lunc.which river
    la homac .li>C wt at thy .ea girt fe.t All of the M"ini'ln>t> l'.1 l fruits anal prtlurts| i. the 'ul>nir. tum i>f I Ibi I. entire country ; The Mnd ot lUibtdoiii i* coi*Klere the

    -.t****, i* 7atfa
    ._ which alMHit mih* in width and from eight to growthol suirat.eanc IbJanriruhattotter
    ---- many of the [fruit and product can only thirty ,
    be raivxl in the Irol'iC"Tbi4 applies moreip I twenty f<%l deep lilt noitbrsttcrn and ca..tcrnliorr "".II1f' hlt.r Madcra( for the rape The folk .
    chilly to the countir* of Mnnto.- and l It id<% "' are kirteil with a low hammotk r ilIne ) .wing i* the average range of the thrrmonietrr

    4 where the nxfianut, avocato. pinrapp! and (of- Isar. and water oak. and other limber its in each of lhe e place anil iictni-tropical FlorklA
    -/rtt1& Tauol f aced Little KntufH-An .f.,...,. foe can In* cultivated to advantaev. The more .Mul..ln and western with a dente growth of ,Y 'r'*. New .t iS. IIU.liarti .

    f Nt.tI..Iil."y .... .,.. .f"('.. .k hardy of the si'mi-trnpkal l Iruttn, like" the "wirtoranj saw.,:r"'"". The Und around tintake, although .tt.ii-. T, J 7a a Kf I ads;
    ha lieen deal written about : -, can I* rn'm-d.. a" l ,r north a* St. .\UJU.- ,rich awn never be 1 nude available until the like \Kl.t la4.lr.J. Hru .. Ml 77* a MS. Ml't. "Til Ufrtut
    There i> great: tine, t'l'pt'l'ially where tin-re are Istral l caust to i* lowered. by artificial canal cut Iroiu the lake Tr."t4ral, lort4U TU Mk > 1LT r.uc..a.trut.il'.t
    Florida by different |*r ons during; the putt few keep off the lrot. and Ihr I taw are protn-ted by In St. Liuie and Calt'sahxtrhre rivers. The
    -; Florida
    years, and still there is no Stale in the Union of water. Kiiolmm'-e, river, w hkh run through the heart of : enjoys a happy medium .
    at no ttcaMm of the year I 1'11'''' nM..t .Madeira
    The lying outh of the nrI..11'1': .erni-tngsiclil| 1 Florid4, i i. a prairie and s.tvannicrHintry
    little about
    which the public really knows MI asr tar a* warm a* al 1 lUrlmdoe: anal it U not lotsouch
    and along m..n.. l b-; K l..r the moot |putt sal j4et lo inundttion iluring the rainy
    Florida, IT of which they have I le- accurate information rocky pine I lint elevated from fifteen to ftltv 1 ....*..nn. The upper, Si John ,river from bike. I / loexptct thii when M-mi-tropical Floridai

    a* In it* resource and u p l Hitie fit.t altar the 'level l of the """"n The ro k ins 'I: ll.irney( MMithward to its s.atrrei i of a imil.tr i l.r"I, Iln..I..llllal. | it will equal if it iU.ra

    TotiriMs w ho have Ino'elled\ through the State mediately ailjacent. to the Imy i ill onlitic Imn..tone.iuyou I' character 'rhs.-.... 1.Idn. and prairie are well I nut r U't't't.llb. uMiutrie above referred lit in the
    appronch the Kverglade: It i i. A ",<.ft, :i l.tplrd to grating, and tlMMi-ttruU.. <.I| cattle are I growth auvl prttluclhnl..uf their lUvortln ,pn>-
    have 'tmt1n their exploration to the This ..
    generally ( + duct i* the ojily rlion of Ihe I'niled
    crystalline, i-alcmvou. rock the utid<-rerowlli HM'W here raixil. tint ship|"-d In 'ult4. flay OMintryitlitng
    St. Johns \fr, its tributaries, and the line ofrailruad Tatra m w high She products of tropical anti.rani
    pulmetlo the fl..tnrr,.iM rrrtt\. with take. Worth anti Iridiitn river i i. from MI I
    *, all of which ate in the northern and plaited I,: lnnlf' frond and >litrplyrrtte! \1 to twenty" five frel high, with ..|...0 line wood*. I *. '.>,pkal climes can be rast.el| with succetM.The .
    value of
    eastern {pait o( tin- State, and have defendedupon Mipc i .. The root cover the .U1LiEt- of the" 1 live sink. and pnlin himnKick kkirting thHr itt tropical The proilucu can bardltr taruvrrlst.Inatal
    ground to certain extent ant are removed' by 1 ..I.| <.. live .4...r.-*, take Worth i* al..Mii.. threw iUud of Cubit' iu HII.
    f inf inn.tti$ '
    source r a |n p4ilalkMi ouly one exj >
    the slow procnM of the frrubbui .lie Tu quarters| .., a mile. m width, and twenty fiveiiiil
    observation, which i.i mere hearsay in writing Florklt arrow-ro<4 (the c..ntie. of the ludinnoi.plow .>t> long Indun rh,,'. north ii f the =--1. f.uei. in value to within a ..utall Iractkin, one-half as

    up a general deM-tiption of the State FkwkU I here "pi ntaneou.ly, and yi.-ld. an etcrlknt f I' avrrHgr over two mile in wklth. the rivet much a* the entire t'uitr.IStairs The Hutch

    contain af eut oiity tltw.*.iud njunre: mile. and farina, which tske the l.l.tt.4' ol. l IWrmwUarrowroot I' no-lib ol the St. l.tuM? to Jupiter| inlet narrow in I I have grwwn rkh out of their |I.. **c aion. in Shut
    Indian orritn.and! .A ... mftkHiol
    and the cttherm and prrptnrie.1 it MMIIit.Mt<* In lr"*> than twenty rod, and iikirtetl << di4Wsagre |
    .. twelve liutiJrM mile in length | | I II I ..
    ii M upward! ( her wealth from the tU: l Indies. Every:
    I I* quite profitable It i. "'Inrtt'll l to the Itik* iipo its e&.tern shore with a dense growth
    from its north wr.lir to it* "JUltan stern extrtinily Indian, I country wbkh ha --ii able to control the commerce -
    ; man and other Went Indl.t; i i..l..otl., anti uxti n| mangrove a* far north a* river Inlet
    an.lu'IiDt l through more degrtf : lrrdtnngupon the Kverglade: form Indentation I i* over two' miles wide at Its mouth it I.I nvi- ,
    | ; < guidon the Italian hutch and
    I among the high rocky pine land, aixl hate a j I gnhe for shut fifteen mile, and is fed front the a* Eujhihseuutrcd
    of latitude and longitude: than any other Mate I rich alluvial ...fil.l..tn| ; formed by the rt.ettnirOf i Kverrli.: : east of the )Ii..iipni rittr It ha.over I wu thousand the Kverjrladr, ve'':t'talolf' matter, and the i | piney wiaala upitn the western rate. it .. l.i control the male of the Indies for

    miles of M-a-curt'l. anti more! mile of navigable w.a*h. from the rotten limestone; the tail IreHyetTrrvoces intiT.p-r''' I wills hill* of rxcrlltfit hammock IIQ i that Ferdinaml) and. 1..1..11.l fitted out

    fivers than all of the otl, Atlautic sea I as soon a. it come in contact will I ,n.l. I lie (tank.* are high and Ibis OMintrr t..-tul Columliu for the |liClfl"Me{ of finding a shorter
    lo the llal ludn-. whuh r..ulletllu IhediMxivery
    I acid .k-. mi rtnlleM jerk| the limber entirely dijpH paM4ge ,
    bn.tnt Slate*. .\ |11l")11. to obtain accurate inlur I ) of,\... C4.od we have within our
    The watrnof Key Hi.-II" ,Ind' are tt'fI.l kar, | tr* within a distance: of from two to five issues.
    matiun of the State, must iP j -nil at l least aa entire and the scenery lie utifiiL The Und.. .;r key, to th* westward where you inert the M. John own limit a country equilly prmluctive to any

    year in continuous travel in order to visit which extend from 'ape Florida lo T rttt c..*. I 1 ..)111-\1..11I11I..1", thecnuntryuiHMi she "*.tern I. <,f the other tropical iMintrie upon She globe, I

    each and every (county whk'II nn"t !.,. ihme >nhnreehack are very rocky. and of coraline f,rmJti...n. and Nle of Indi.tn rivt,,. and the intuit waters De.w.t..mentr.l. with,11. aq usvigmhlerllersanal agtentble. healthy beautiful climate I,lakes| rt-
    harder than the r-M-k. which i* ktt\\ un\ the l hint .lj"I..1 lo the AtUnlir nasal |has a ramp I
    and to a Mnall iril-bust, -.hkh vrry rail.4 IMXV, wbru It* u tuml means' of com-
    >> mainlaml They are only a few feel aU.ve title !) wall mtxeil w sib |IMI.'ilf'r1| shell, and Kt-an man!
    done. \.te. l from this it impairer ..n.I.I, coveieil with : t11UlliwIiiuil hAll. .It- |lun.it'-tly 'improved. ...nii.1.I +I
    few have ever water and many < l them are lUble to inHiwkti *- | M barb agrowtbof palms, ,
    clone' obvrvation aril I a residence ot a nuinU-rof n during heavy hurrieanes. They arnovtrcd 1t..1 l an uwlrrgrowiU of "saw pjlmeltii. There I lrol..1. Florid* utters greater inilucrments l..
    Ul >r anti capital lbn the silver mines or thegold
    locahtks\ dif with a jrrowtli ol hardwood evergreen tin i are at
    and the viMtinj different fiekla. ul IId'atant Me.
    without Site
    year I.. I 1 kiMMUUme the bore of the
    lier I princiMlly we>H ,. ('nh-w.I. lignumviUr n l fn.k..11 stung .
    ferint a*.' on* of the year in wrier Rw a pt*ton and mngroTlHnr i t.b.o4. :.r*> writ I lUlilat:, llilbkbiM'owgb.. mad 'Indian titers. whichH u.ril''i|>* and |>rivati>..ts 10 sisal .Ut1....* ceitainin

    to judge correctly of its C1hitilteTite State a lapt>l to the .crowth of > rock i* Mdt I, all tutuing (MinUH It |nMM>eiMe. the finest
    geographically dialed by the >|uni:\rd* plr. and are the rrodezvous of wrt-cker meal i awl cilia r >*yawl baribM. when es|.-.l U. th* dim"l. u|*>ii She AmeriCJin continent, and a
    was >rrr>iH f'ne..a' tithing for fM/iire.. which Mluund i ...moal.| t........ The i....l i***..1! 1..ttr.r. near I fjrm uf Uu acts, will return. a greater imt: >on
    the l
    into lUI mad We l Huridi and pre'U.u to than Glut acres of the b.| wheat .hats of the !
    inks. and Ute .. 'ath end of )!rata'sel
    in all tUf l hats and inland i I water t.'Qtbe JilMir at .
    Ute war by the American* into Kt, \Ve4 and keys and thr iniiuUtid There are w.nywivta ...... IlilfcthoruMgh river Irnliaii flyer anti l I Wrol l..ue-.I'1".1d{ ] tnxii $.l.Vlto. |2,<'5Sit-r j

    MkHe rTund ; .iuc tbo, a new 't'OCf".al i u f only a l lw ro>U 'in extent lysni. lietwmi' '..*,t..l
    divLkm. south Florid; the coantit: w art of the the keys w hick are adjacent to tins ret-to awl tlwmaiaktnd I. *ml n..i. are ljniMUnt in all tl.e taken, river WoWtE"acre tutee ail about"heinous the frmu manse' h.Ulto It I* Udsl about i'er
    w h.rb are only a few inekea ahtre Utyn awl laM <>rrn turtles are alxindant. atIlimayue ; DIlly
    Apalschknia: river cvmprUiasVe t Fk ri,Uand tide water, mad arc covered. with a denr gmwihof Il..,. and la.e oilier bays anal l InlctialoMgibeemni 1..lyyr-JAIi since tutee wa first Introduced Into

    the counUrs lying between the \palacbk aDd Barove. TbWlrts are a great retort r..r Arne .priars cit |I"re water are everywhere u: Idea. At the present time there are manyidsdrta

    the Suwannee rivers )tkl>Jk FlorWa, thecountryet sea fowl who brrebave their ro 'krrir" aa.ltbeir r.a.e to ID tamest, and ocr.MiM.*lly therm*! awl taetr cauffw ia that country of frum who|b/yssl.bv*iu Income burn ,

    uf the Suwanoee river bring known at K:*-t y un<. The .;nrcl..lr. cover an areas of ntaral sprMMf* crop f Vilhsr jr
    who their U...,
    &' slyest at aka differentwatrttag
    and Swth" Florida. KacJi >ecti>o and kx.lily abut gas/ square otiie. and M cuvwrei with a Irks all MM-r lrvpM-1 coualri. rend trofMCalFlortdt .IWUI. | .
    pities of I., and the
    ba aJva.tatr.... sad produce ctrUia protects deae ,growth of gram 'r.III'oM t*. MX !foil l.i.iiOn bas Its wet awl dry MON tbe. wit or haoos of fans There I* glided bawls M-
    pIOItbr to hint awl has a climate dtnVrcot from the euMern bonfer rrf the KverrU .rrtaaaeieraMe rainy .ea*.to M dunng mid iMMimer, w Wet bu more. gust sugar
    iu Florida thin ia all tie ctl.. LiutMj
    Hite otI.r.. r4*.d* .f a few bar, ia u In.. a t*.dacy 10 std the aiiw..fibcr". awl readrrtb r*** '
    mats, awl a sugar. pUt.!.*!*** can he Nd in
    aad the b of the Indita. auiuMtr M Maay( |wr..... expect to And nranfe, cocxafaanaat very fertile! are Mnf miss h FlvrvU
    ...... U4 jfowing aba *t "j"WUseo teo 4y w bucuttav mle mad grow e rra tn..*a.. and baa"a* aurtberaxun. of the state, or 10 oilier |mr tropical fttt x-vtaty' Site per reLit
    ) .led lwwaes 4'b.
    Was m4s here
    R m etrry IMHIMMI of tie :Mate, expertiaf to lad te quite aa extent Tbe Evertilt's: .. are realtyaa tines ol tk* >wtlb The fl....r.1 l b..*llbi-.s of t4sula rand iu, Canc
    a emi-tropical verdure tbe raocaeot they .fnkeUw eip&a* oo of take (>kre Mlie .riac 1M .'1NrW, kt pcoverbMt.. sad SMI porlino< the HtaterMOar wily rcqaw t4 '''ltIC utter Ut sight
    a /I. fiI..It tkr \N J wt
    aad frHiag .. tae lakil his ao mttlet/ .. in lint rr..el with semi, wel Yxid \ tar ice yi'ats1l' sa
    btMUkdrir* of Fl *' es p nee e a Filmy tea*on, exceptfjro ......"
    sit dk *pp ataeai up"* tbetr Ant arrival ia N *lrv... wbiHi flow fntm the fi..... anti l is *; Slit wiMf are |...rlsrlly.1s4ihil. **-l. .I ..-
    c the 2'I' I..t fMsople rinniag SO Florida. make fad by tae Ki..ioua.. n..". lad i. a...vi4..Wr i thins runs Stow tI..- iwnltUr ,,f S.*....,'..f to rite
    IWucnU. T.lUaMee., ." Jad.*.>avtlk. alien obtrve fur" stoamtr dram site lire fort of ater fur a I nee..... ol )14, S w4'r.-.i. liesx-fal taw son kI kit .Witwa the hest wmita ../ lliee met. IHIriver

    > I.*at. whtcb are all kicaiftl. m tear extnawc Uacr of Wt: Rain It.... been Miad by surv I ..'..'" tr.dr Mnreral tears ado. MV* that. tbwairb soil'. .......a.... s.f I s.r th& .. .... <(< tt'Uaw aha

    aurtl..ra pan of the >' taleWe .y* that Ut* whole. Kvr....ae horn a. tkrvslti I dirr.w's i..MsM..l rises a *fsii* are ofawldrf a .. taw great Liar rrgitMi of I'..UMM C** aly.Tba .
    stall pot dev>*te tats arts'k- I. a ..hnpIIIIIa ul sine seven bet abuve lbs keel ..t ..... ... .. ., Ta ernmultmeal than >4aw I.M L'awo there FtC aakatb are. to be ainmj M gr *t aatfcbtrs.Tb .
    uf .Fterid a* a w huts. bat .-. c.'d'..tietfrm ., lad its dr.iu <- > f'M..nbW \ I say Mir
    to .... Witch o f Floridv a. M IIoL'tftI Uuttsi rf M cb a work wuuld ...."-*- av.jUwr MaIr.fpsrpe.a. I ante sstuwi than the r..... of itratl tutbe .umb..r .7 k..p to the swaMfM sod scrub ti<*f4 ataifltt

    w Us dMracUrr The t*.niitirasal hoe .rf beat aadJU
    .said rasa ... .A% actOM tbe pnauMiua WtaurtbrssWrly a l.ad to be C iad witfeta t** |..*...S uf taea4 Mee I lhsm .*.... Ike tarape..rvirg im say rafter r.", d*..n>".*4k a.ia..ki US' e4ifs. .1 sy one fund offf s
    sad suutaw sri..|y daMCtir* 1lwQUI tf wMtid be emp.rUy a4*.iiMl h. tie _KivstKMi mars ul ia* I ail*I Maw. la the ....4Uedv*.mu
    laaleni ( --iac"&f1D<<, aad Ira* sube t to of >uar <""* ad Uop,.i fruit Tautt I. 01 aka I:aseh. 1"46'--" thin pntpa.ula. N .... sirarhW WaHIt ka kid tIC ..**.W way Hurl we ........,r..o1ti.. fit

    Ira. ia the same pirtiiirl; of b iittdNc them tae M &.,** One ti. S4Xat r-c.rN 1II.u. a wh .rr.t s Uurty..., r... .4 HNS>iW*.t trver !. the ffC....aMF IttaMkl Drib will toed yaw %t cio.iods

    t w....... his M ow tag. ia a great ....... Iu eoraba it.m"',", red w least ......... Dull ......... .*..".. ..... to gray t.4. tm tbe MNitk w here y.. tMtenia* bat dug will maTtjr W. totIIi&

    the Mdlas.ce .f the ..alt ....... Tae tisEt be i4cnf>*.Ml ...It ..........h1 saiaN ...... I UoJ' fa UtviMMi, swata.. Arty buM M Teats, use ina sejjmta. mats sa attack .. aaisit .
    MI... after p4itag tatuufk ta* CarnU. ***. art .ht raiaytarac ....... .... wst.q Irn Maa4 .... iM #..a4ftifiti ia t abfUra, .... KI eat,.. bwaJrwd upua .u.
    pmarnes mroil Lope 1. \nwuai... tbe matt ,._- feet deep and dunax la* dry ...... ales and twtauy.t..> >a New )I.5t t ., MM h" one U M gifMlecUiMi of titter lW8Z.Jw..wWuIJ.. .

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    I -- - IL B. Bummrbs., James IL and A. L. Randolph

    1 GEOGRAPHICAL DIVISIONS' OF FLORIDA. beantifal country evrrr way the most desirablepnrtkn I sry ;. ..., Her. James' ;e. IMmitlve Baptist,, J. )(. Carat IL W. Fisher, W. T. Snipes and I

    of .'orida.-n. .11. in fMfd..rate Iter. P H, Iavlalwuti.raI'.1' Stephen Ft.k, The last-named has recently become
    Tn nmu.a l I..... .t 4lrt4e. it* MaU htto MrIT ;J.rra i Lewis W II. ShineJtrg a rrs4eBt! of the dtrVti .
    .**"! dtrUioft*, lor p.rpn.. s of CMr...howe la drwrlk.i ---' ---- -- (;*fW IL Wilson Poole & Co.. and I" in' Ojffcw' -Tb. rT ofti4" office, estabItsbed -
    I ) tkrm. .* MVtws Georg W Saxon have Urge tncki of dry I I la 1837: U ont of the most cnnipletr in the
    R*,T FtMUBapnH ttl til* eMMlr..l P...M goods' fancy goods, ckxbing, Ac The generalstates Mate. The paper edited and published by Cap
    I -. tfelambla. Akwk**. 1**,. ....,. NIMWS' !>...!. uoaly( keep. stuck of plain dry good hS Ate I It. C E. ha a. reputation which is not 4
    : """,, an. Clay, M. J *a., hUla.., aa4 Mario*. TAUaitA*r.E. />rwj0 V-) Lively the veteran of the trade, I tain Dyke limit of the State. The
    the narrow
    I W..T rUMllTVnwipnM l of tk. tmintlrs ot F.or l.- has, one of the mot complete stock in the .utb. confined and
    s t I Ma tn4 faltoaa.MIHM.B*.nta Russ. Watto*. lUtanr*. Wa.atBto ,Jxki.., .! ............,, nf ilt Crrrrti 1.J,1Ital. J'WM1..1. This hoc** was first established In 1KT7. Froma TUB office FLORIDA is now IMMIOMAXT doing all the U Slate also printed printing there..

    1 ru .in -<\mn: >...H of tk* .....,... of fisd- aad.her 1tiret.-Jtere.figisfkal clerk in the hou-e. while it was tinder the Of tht paper It may be said that no enterprise
    j ..*. Liberty F-..11-. U...*. WshaUa, Jrffcrwtt. Maths. and Jliatnrirnl Jq/.rwwtte.a. de.. eft' name and management of I). II. Ames A Co.. ha been Intugnrated In the State line Ute war
    I. Tatl.rlalatrue, sad llaatlltoa.Hncm the prevent proprietor has become one of the well calculated to do good. It i i.
    Irtorb -OMnpo4 of Ik. roastl... .f Her.aaa4 In the inauguration ot our new enterprise" it most successful and respected merchant of the whkh i I.100 of and
    .. ".....,.<.ranc,. Vl *la. breed, IVtk, ItltUborMiaaie bas occurred to us that a brief notice of the city. The stock which has always bad the published in the interests Board of Immigntto0.
    -(*. *. Moaro. aa4 I>MF. is under the auspices of the State
    various business interests and Industries now direct personal attention of the proprietor,

    existing in our city would be a fitting accompan- said to be the largest and lest selected in the loaf .t' Mt .ipe* r.-Judge II C. Kr! pey ,unl.n.lt

    EAST FLORIDA.wtrAsovTALArnt lament to the establishment of the l\itnnt, anda State.JleMrs.. for stle. He can be found at his office in
    suitable and appropriate recognition of the beginning IttUip A ttawl have also an elegant The Middle Florida Land
    of a new era in the history of the city store and stock. They commenced bo sine*. in the court-house. A. Choatr is the
    A rot! TY'. Agritcy, of which )Ir. Charles
    and the Mate.! 1974 under many discouraging! cireum.tasces. eUblihed. Its advertisement
    In the of this self-Im and made their Manager, has recently' I
    performance industry
    assuming and have, by energy indicative of
    TAe WAI Ora,f hares* on Mange falt-TnvtArlifeid in another column Is
    posed' I..k. we desire that it should I lie understood boinrM one of the most prosperous{ in the State. m.nat'fDt'D"Ilhout
    I..."Lv1 with l"rwill. tA.r Xfftl ."" > and handsomely the character of its purpose and
    ; that we have gathered the Itemsof information They have lately enlarged their rooms comment here. The !St.: 1,1U1.i
    1"-11.1 Taar JII -1..n-71- ,..".... /"..- presented with the sole purpose( benefiting and fitted them tip. tl farther Eastern Land and Colonization ComKny. -

    prvrrmrnt Arvttml tAr IAb-7# Iii,wi .lookup advancing! the material interests the city antI Irprrw .1 -J W Britton Agent Southern and South of St Lout. 3Io., or which Dr. Stephen

    fin Ihrnmnrl TItt Ikit Itafffvr Trwkf.irm- county of putting on record" in a permanent Kt press Company : L. L i)., is General Superintendent, and
    form, for the enlightenment" of our posterity, the rrirt Dralert rtn-l VMttV.iltr William U
    i*y-.Ywf f IttSro-vl, dr., tlr exact state of progress to which the city has Huntress (also manufacturer of moat mats {1aarl l..1Ioalt', Assistant !:Superintendent work in the
    and set to
    about to I.e reorganized: ,
    A bu$ines trip to this garden spot of East attained at the prevent date and of exhibiting trr r!ii). J. Q. Gallagher has had yesrsof tiperience interest of immigration, and for the sale of landsin
    Florida affords me the opportunity to acquaint to the public and to people abroad! the actual and knows the wants of the people !
    condition of our most vital and important iuil MrnAaadir-Tbe stores which keep Florida.
    things which iJtutml F.Weller .
    with J.
    your some everyone ."".1ft. and Till Wire-W. P. Sluswr !
    ourht to know before buying home in Florida ness interest stocks of groceries, plantation supplies, boots, The last nam.d a newcomer from Savannah
    Our endeavor has been to include' branches and plain dry-good: are
    lake hire shoes clothing harness
    The wild orange/: groves on Orange has good stock, and i I. a thorough master -
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    long furnished bitter-sweet and i.mr oranges f.r of bu.ine>*, all industrial pursuit, all public, the 1\OIot! numerous, and of course their branch of bit bu.inrs.Trf&r .
    I the use of the denizens of that region of country educational and) religious, estahIihmenMandaIl f>f business is the largest and most lucrative Miscmkie Henry Leonard aDd
    r who UMtl U> think that long cotton and sugarrane individual of each class named and if any have Messrs. It. Jk; J. Mourn have, perhaps, the largest Mesar. Poolc.Co.*- L. John, I'raloriousha* a part
    wortb for Hut been omitted, it is to be attributed inadvertence stock This business was commenced in
    all the
    were crop* raring! of Mr. Leonard' store, and will be ,glad: to cut
    I' the rtversesof 107 and the following year gaveotxaskm rather than intent. IWl. The senior i>artner. Robert 3unm, was for of his old friends andCU.IOIII
    the .
    I !. pause and cant amund for something The city is now estimated) in contain about ociated with others in the original 1 firm of in l..tnIlylt.n.Dtlnw E any ikins clean, pre *c* and
    i better In 1'41: Judge a tract of| sixty a'I1'1'! ,( wild grove on summit of a series of beautiful heavilywoodedhills << ( : formerly a clerk iu the nme store, has repair clothing.Tt'fyntph Helms and! W. II.1I0tT101ID. .
    a peninsula of the lake known as the Presleygrove at an elevation of about two hundred and been in the county since lb ;9. These gentlemen OJtct-'George of the Western Union.
    fifty feet above the sea level is freely acknowledged strict attention to their business' and operator
    ,by cutting off the tops of the trees, digging by a TtJuuro ami & n-Xt'arl"l""l"ry store in the
    un the surplus l and putting in *we<.t orange bud t .. by all this best authorities to be one of the the exercise! of an unu'ual business talent, have and tobacco. There is no
    For this be was to have one.half the property most healthy, as it certainly is one of the mostixctnrrswiue built up a splendid trade. Pearce Randolph place devoted keeps sogars the trade exclusively.frhoobatul .
    and delightful in the entire" South. the following Walker place
    after it* conversion into a sweet orange grove. have a fine stock. Alo boob
    C w.-TbereareAnytwn
    The fin sale was to a companr of Immigrant- The surrounding country, consisting of continu & Craw'Cird, a new firm of l"nlt'rpI'i5iol1000;: *. of the County Hoard of
    under the
    from overflowed l.ouiai&na.ln, 187-1,of the Presley tins ranges of low hill, sepatated by broad, f r- men frota a neighboring county ; George Damon minagemrnt'five of which are situated
    Public Instruction
    t: half for tl ,(i.)). tile valleys and Interspersed with numerousbeautiful who has been in bnioei since IHil; ... F. West Florida
    I I lake, is one of the fairest under the .". iller whose stock i and busing s is within the city The Seminary
    I This was followed in KG by the sale to MrI Papy .\. S|> of Hoard of Directors
    The mil of Leon and the adjacent counties of the )(uoro'l in if under the management a
    I P. Greene, of phase Island of half the balance son irrhaps next to that extent female
    i for "Vo. The property has U-rn<< divided is a rich black loam especially fitted for agriculture i I. not eoual ; W I' Slu!..""rr, who has been in business ant coR'islia:: of a male and department condi
    among the ditTcrrnt owners, and further improved in its largest and most profitable u'D4C', in Tallahassee for twenty-eyen" years. lib, i il in a I1nuriJhioK ltalir..ctory

    b.lbe planting of young trrrs and the building and the wrll-knawn wealth of the planting intcrrst buincs was .begun in 13-VJ, in tiu, copper and tion.-/-TvriiU 1'utriuLSOUTH I,,
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    ol four or five good holies. until it i I. now vats before the war gave ample evidence the sheet iron and commenced the grocery: business
    u.M at $WWiO. largest and moat comprehensive firming opera in 1374. )Ir. Slusser' time il& chicfl, devoted to FLORIDA.

    The crop upon the w hole of this grove u now lion known to any portion of the! old South his hotel of which we shall speak prewnllr.I -

    roa ;niflitnt Nowhere have I sorn such a display The diversity products, the inexhaustible ftr G W. Salon, Agent ; V A. Levy : II S. Williams ( HSKIAauo COCSTT.Kirrr' .
    of fine lruit on so young a grove: The tility of the ,.til. the extraordinary numbers of S. Stern &! Uro. Joseph Cohen ; Julius -
    trevs are loaded. till the branches alnuwt touchtt.e the laboring (lass, the genial and health-promo It.til ; X {'..Inu and I). Nathan have stocks of It. Tsp.jrniwrl 1'hmt ova-.rtinsre (}lsttiii.Ti.

    ground, in soice places a Ju.lid'ltlt us* u f ar I ting ilniMie, and the accessability to market, general; niirthandi C C. Davenport has a n"'rr em tk Wa'tUtJI'ViI'Mto
    tificial supjx.ru only saves the tmfrom giving! made it one of the rit best and most prmperoussections stock of tine groceries, fruits, Ac. J. Diamond,
    way under the weight of golden Iruit ol the entire S-oth. That it may. with who was burnt out by the recent fire, has begun 1.,1 ('",at.at :; '(''''-/!'1.IIWlinI'. C/a""M'. and

    About the time thai Judge. Means coiuint-ncnl gnat governmentabundant. immigration l an business a,'iin George U. MrginneM who bettltil *.A..Il( l'ritt7.iyra-Cry.Ad Jr1k

    improving this grove he also coiiunencvd improving awakening of enterprise among its pouide| again I in Tall.ih.is.tce: iu ldU: commenced business XWNU'l"IHIt 4.ii -ttttti .1""M.ftiVtlll oysters
    become what it one wa, is the dearest wand ., I continued to this date since
    his home place bv ,planting out tinsand in I Iwo!, having (iajHf-.1 (i'MNl/.rj/"lI f 0** liiren
    vines, and In 1*;:;, or 137t: ;, Mtld a |. >rtion of shall lie one ol the chief |Hirp He s, of the ii;, to occupy his pre- ut stand His stock of
    this place to Mr. Thrasher, of Atlanta, fur f 10,. 1 Utrrd heavy plantation supplies, cutlery and hardware in tht County, -te.. Jr.Ilernando .
    UK lie thfii built a new house on the remain llmler and llrvltrt)!f"oert. H. C%. LewisASms : II < ann.>t be cxcelktl in the city He alto keeps I : county lien on the western coast of

    ing part of the land, and now has a M|>l -mlidproierty (H.. f. Lcwi, tleorge Lewis. and Edward: crucktry and boute famishing goo>U. Mers.I'oole the !State, and is t bounded east and north by theWithlacixichee I
    | w Inch I. U-mg rapklly iniprovnl and Lea I.eonlmcarell'uafnrssin1-;"'>. They slur A; Co. make a ircialiy| of ladle andgentlemen's I ) river on the wet and south by
    IIt-auaj6< Connected with tin pn>|tcrty I U nMwmillwhkU rrl'nnt several! tire insurance cuml"'ni.lI..I.A. .... wear Their stork of boot and the Gull of Mexico anti llill..rough countr.
    furnishes lumber for the want / .. 1I'.1' ",..1 r..o"rrinl' ILawl vt.r. shoes U the finest in the Mate, and ca: .h Inner It brs UHwern I.llihhle i :9 degrees 16 minute

    of the new nettleM.I en-R. W. Betty, also deals in carriage and w ill find these the cheapest goods in the ourbt.I on the MMith. and 20 degrees I on the north. Its

    I glad to IT told that the Ilt'alth..r this wtjfi.n material Punt.4I*. Ac.: H. II. Berry They uyingCixnU length from northern to southern border i about
    l.uui..Jana cd.nr trltlrd on the peninsula has Jr..diitr a large lJu-int. in repairing all kind I for ca.h that really there I is no nevd to lly-li1't'lr.( ) niilc. h. width, is uniCul'rullalJout
    bell esreplMHiahly JtMIII| this year altlhHigh the William Now lie ill a first-class \%oilman and G. "semi off for anj thin:; iu their line." In connection thirty (lItt: ) miles There H no area of territory
    shrppird i I. hard to lieat. II with thru large assortment of dry-goods within the State of the same extent that present
    country arotio of t.ikn .! /.J.. and >&st&arry-John MclAugall. This they have a merchant tailoring] ,ll'panlllf'DI.Iktt. ..o varied topographical) character and perhaps

    IHi th., Mspiohi* IU1I plantAlMm a Iran n,iUO h.Hi.v a a* ..
    IW"retlllll.t..no ...."'u..k. U-l Hi iiii{ to the htiisofth"UI I \Vil.ii The uncle of the present .., proprietorlutjiur are m.ul up in the latest style I The county as a whole pi events three
    John II. Sunnnton there I it* owner in 1VT7, ori.iied with him f/uiMMHlA-W lt. 1 IK-utilly distinct feature. of interest and in this brier.1.f'ldl
    in I'M&), TIKI Mt\lliou* one oM. The'.e wore Mr .\ M Hobb. the name being MclKiugall. J/' //cJ..nlilg.J1.. ti* .",WiM/< The ; I will endeavor to prevent them erinU*. i
    all Mtlfd to the grmind in yrmr the w inter ,.( !**..'..- I Ilol.by. S ion aherward the List-nanwd gentle I I City I 1It11..1. kepi by W P. Hu *rr. U. the only Thes features are the distinct: character of the
    IKTO Thry came out amt were repl.tntnl the nun removed to Texas, and tier Ixrune has ,I i..UblithnM-nt of the kind' in the citv. It Is! one cna"t border, the river border, and. the interior.

    follow bit spring| ami have bren well cultivated) I tarn carried on ever since in the n-iiiK of John III' the olde" butt in the Mate, having been I One can .crcely realize lb.., s>i narrow strip *d

    since Tbe..1 ol last winter had the rffii-t of MrDoUiCallHJ lure beyond the nunior) of man almost. A land can present such entirely different sect km*.
    killing the bearing wond of n mt of the irer and M.u-I D. It rteginniiM. Jr., sent is !brick a
    .\ twenty I that were Utier |>ri-tecte by A>rest tie Itlll I) exclusive dealer in boots and shorn He ,i Mi. luii-jr liecauie its proprietor iu 1974 It I' som ei;tit mile in width on an average, but in
    trees than the! not are naring this and also It.u. large slink of hats, capo, trunk), and) j I has atxomniodattous tor about one hundred M>m>- |1,1'l"n < nlv. one or twos) i i. uf level and

    will yield" ?/... or NUt orangr It i year. site torredirl prut' luro ...hill( gu.wls. !He ha.. lately In-guar j jhu !' k'Utt, and the usual artMtupaniaments of bar, I ".11I.' places of swampy nature Commencingat
    IW this grove lot next year a rri>p of pirsvut buMnewi, but has had an rlrlrncnceart | hilliuI..1..m. and barber.chops, all tir t-cb.tin the \\ iihltctiiiclire river lo follow this coast border

    oO.NM>, and in three )fr. m.re I.'''.' In ,...- Rte right years in the same line Most of the every material resf-t.| uotwithsUnding ill .i * w ill be a 4le estimate duets clawitkd: a* keeping general di..idvauU,"'rs uf lUc "uiltlin Mr. John C. er. vow, will ital'| over an open lane forest inter-

    The town of Micunop.I prr'tnl. the rt(' lit ..t display halerguidstx.a... of boots, shoe*, m..r'hanJiW.1 eUllioua: Jr.. the faithful and couneou clerk a.rrwl with cypress" panda and occasionally
    of lr.f* and fruits I have won The yardsand I Hut and AM.. IUIM-II Ui enhance the comfort of its gue.u.AMierry with what. called a live oak llaL These flats
    all givm l o otungra and tbe old reliable; who was recently burnt out j jI. Henry and Joseph' Cola have ouster are quite numerous along; tue border ot the With-
    gardens are the hole up sown the is IHI his lert again; ready and illing to wail on sjk] >ois, and serve meals: ,bur night Mrs. FU lacoocher. river for some eight or ten miles on its t
    and inn
    tre". w grove
    young tmwit.4. which is in goal bearing JudireVll! his old customers. J. I..'. Miller and \\"in.I",1'" I Lamtikee|" a bo-trdiUij-liou eon WaohingtouStjuare ; *.Hllh..rn oide Ij-rge tractsif this land were entered

    .hoHr l our which he Twine m the& centre of the c'i"'. Mrs. Whiukcr.Sura ), ) bv a live oak company some twenty:
    liam Ililwitrd IUP II upn
    linltktn .sid &ufltt*>iler.-Mr. John .\. iVarce llrokaw Town' i-nd. and others have
    .. have tern I i ld hen he I rears ago, hut ha brrn sold for taxes, and some
    es t<> Iwrnty yi-ars
    | the& place, bon whkk !I... h..s ="Ihf'r,1trnt.to the rutrrprifring son of one of our Lost and m..*lucvr tJlIIhlin.hou-; bKb .reo b&hlv: recommended. reverie! to the State. The soil in this region Uof
    bouglil witlMHtl single UdiirThe ,.lul citizens, laUly dead b.. a large: Iliugb i i1l'f.'aN i /nMW AythU Harte & 'Perkins. It C. a dark n iture ail I generally shallow, as thereis
    'Wl'oI| a I' and l ail, and deals largely in all l.ew ih\ Son and D It fcr Dr. 11 11.Ihmuughi and
    has trrr% eleven ran old lr..ii the roe l cattle ; *, Megtnni*, a substratum ..I coral lime nxk which
    Judge bite not Ki>). than :,<..> orangesFront I kinds ol neat J (j B.utwriht: CharleslUrru has the tnanafment: of the IjTerpool> in mtnv place, crops' out. and ten and some- l

    that now hU :..:. ttees, on at..,ut five aero., IM* near and Edw: and Itry, also do a l large butchbuMnrs and l....o.l.>u and m...... U A Shine, the Franklin limes lorty or fifty feet square nothing but a bold

    allU-arincr, gather this i ) ear fnwn ruing *. The markel-houM-. MtCatty.lent I of P nuylvania, and Mauhattan: of New rock bleached by many summer suns presents
    ;:.ct to :,*t barrels of Inuit i I. u.rd by several other dealers.' I York James It Gamble, the& IKwie Insurance itself In mtnv places, probably for hall a mile

    I>r >| thers' grove, co inn;* his lown lois, I ("'rl6.k,.* Mall Hutibn l' J. IUws| (Wlio I i'uiupauy.ol, New York), square: the surface is not broken at all by this
    nod and whoi J *qkr. did UoieA _, .T..- I't:" t GormanThw densegrowth
    alM n line sH-ciat.le| of trait and the dais a lumber yard pUniug-null. : rock, but is generally covered with a
    finest 1""M"nts nurvcrv trvrs we have tn. Mr Itiir .. carries INI th. bu..in.-.* of an undertaker and I firm rr|.irM-iits k'_ 101; niaihinr: companies. of saw palmetto, or rich, DutrilioullDU.
    Mr Wiurcolt and othet* alolu e fine grovs. I dealer in metallic coffins.. i .\. J. Pi h ,.1.! dralsin : and keep a stack. ..f I;\lD', ammunition, fishinglackte. sought; after ra,erly by Urge dmvesof cattle that
    The Uiwinj. : ,'II\IIOU"U..r' the luiu.s-r.. and u well patronized sin account. one uf the oklcsl in always visit theciMit region during the fall and

    nu-ntt around the take vU I..U-I-I _>uabir prut t) J .\ rl:'lmond-Aii and George lie >.ate. J.I.hlMHoaI Fredrrick Tonic.4 winter! sea......0.I *
    nsl impror* and attroti\e to lw.i. Havrrbtll. X II. m i"i7 It has brconttn
    >!(<*... nine acres in t'u mng, twenty acres W. KdiuondMin: lirat.d&all one beiteve 11t..nil little change in the nature of
    l'. .4tn Keep, thrrr acre* in lieaiiug. ten I mAIUrtNinwab>ooVaUiutuiubrr) ; Craw i of the aiMient laud souls. ..( Union S W. the toil as you approach the Gull beach but the
    tress aces >oai p ie lr r... l Itul--Y.| one acre in Ixwring..niM lord Watkms, K.i4,,'rt "'tn. Ji wpu White, and )1)..r. Use |>rr >Qt ...-....". ktitner.. entered the growth ol the stately cabbage (palmetto is much

    >. U-ru in the bui- with, iU!> .htwi.r ID HO7 W. H slater has fine I
    tret-- 1* iJn-en. five acre iu bcarmc Thrasher ; ( ttunfrt-.\ li.Uk'; Ua a region is dotted with a few uOlwl.lrtaDaoJ uninhabitable
    filer amin '-ri.... elr en acres )tang tFtiIlr.lrr. '*. i o*_ G>r twenty-five years. and is now the x'UtiMluruiUi st.otl. and.Iill nit. !?" (kTi tipal Iowas on thehnr islands, but in many place an open
    .... ul railn.w ,.., ........
    titter urea in '....iflt.llnr acre v mn; I ot the firm ul.\ Gallic A i. \ I "' view to the Gulf can be b.J. however a.aat'I1.rrallbiaac.
    .... l&atc': ot J II Niu........'. Mrvra aetes iaA Maim has bad many >r U* II.r". lUbof>. OM b...adrr and I ol the groorry w... ... deal i" eaiKhra. ..l.J ..*. \\aU.Kr, Dalkrr.Jr." ('.4'srI T W lire- 16qe dUlauce There is little change in the nature a
    tiUv arwyi wow in I<..arii4 Fairbanks. twelve acrrsItUkr l-tt-tn .w*W* aW "4....*4._r it\e\ A Perkins yard. E.: M H...,..... WI.\"a-a. |11.)0. r.e' rge of this section until you approach Crystal

    i8 'b-fIG tttir* urn in bwnng.twrwtyfive ,al._ tlralrrs to baggiuc and tins) ; II AMtinr. 1 llanry
    errs >oun< Ir....... 11w1tea| IW-njauim (Ckairr Very many ..( the I cUrr.ll,*,. U a nl( trrrs.TKe II'Ut."Y and sappiy .fors trove ,duel.PC'aDd b.e sng I I 'van. Fred T )hHt.Judl'.l'ulttl.ad.Jobo from this liver there seems quite a change both

    attn. y(WBg Kdt.tiiwu. a;;moat. rust o* tW* petHSMtUtfirin I' IMS.WfeA. I A.: ylesader,+w. UlUv I D Idaho JuJ e H f in the soil and growth. We find that the coloraadsroMtsteoceof
    <(< F ttry-TUe TaJUltarruri }1.W't ltV'ttMlrl. talker. J-fco Mitchell sad
    .lttMoM oinplrtr.1 There tfc* cr p< srrtiiu the soil! is of a crvamy. Uteri-
    .x '10. &.au.l.-flt at aH injurrtl uuirM. the U.*..l lwtrfini I < C .,l ti*.*wl frw4l is Iu be attiiWtrd to that : capital' sUirk.. ..l tlO.uaj, wUtcti bal ", new ttrratHrnaml JSM: **" )11 l'*** J l' Kmjr. quality still we find the same rock plentifully
    tin* '". % ,$4 ..'. |>n>!rein I" u sons to $? '.IUI with 4rr..|...l.ui: in .j -mmv. Thr I.. fir-. *****! ke. P a ii.-| site bores and in tact all tkmg the& entire
    I, cre.ar ui iu p4UJwl. ."_lOUt two liMitUaiMl large stsaL.4. aiatiMat .ud s.ia -|.-.. all uf hand.suer if
    fr.MM t ..... r i lit w K aloe nl the uttii-M a Kraal, ulFW enroll ol this einaIy. war iu a lew i*.4ttedplace
    1..1 -U UMU w .Me the .h" fna of lSU I I6.1 I pial stream w a'*oe-
    ,,, ,,v ; ,a.. 1 a'" 'M v> wi dtte 2V'..t .tt1 1'11'''. 1. an-11.M.-c.-i ,?' it I Thi- I """ w.nitk. TVUMrr' .. ary- .... -.-....,H iskg and t..rUJt I what diveriie l. ft* we find, bosbtr this mulatto

    pods.s. ... 11. ', ,..u.' rasurty .h. .al..rd. l&.. I p Ilse; t..peso) .... a I. .._ I' tip'st.I. .tail Iui.> **. I l-. "" Arai Jail .>1 p': .HOT Uu>l.. a bis l..tirf IuIa..JCk. *.- will a. the

    ....-. f... Or.*fr kskr wetr ....,. rrtrpo.atdy'I. I"r.'Mmh wtimeMMrI worthy arilsadus4lww.4 u. turadr. I a*"** kifWy appr cUt.4 melt htajMtttnk Ucwts.As .
    t'......... a.bu.iftC cia M*, rr -*...* a ..**....< at ...... ht ...., .d" wort a;,_3ts......,4....J I aid belore. sue three or fort nitrs (tell
    the "Lams awe tot iW .t.fa |.r..tucia .4 the. ul Thu.t.leep1i .as, htd FetIsasAc.a UM river
    s.tly the Lands
    or... Metk. IbM rr.MMi are t beiia u. iopnHre, and. twotinMM '
    war..L. 'ad air r.dy p atr Thirty tPU4.lssdsuer w rwMt dfVM.r at .m..... reacb lite arty .....*fableUa4s
    I'"= .N.rr am tpah'i4 rrssN Itoaf..1 an4 aUo ..I the 5Urssu.* of yatxUUrt. )(... KrsuMWrnfa. S, C I Jtf y. P. IIt. I kbtfkg tM uctatrdUu: border u( this l aatlbtlkiMam -

    the h...IIIt..... ......., an.l l,,r ajr Le4.ir mar" betasrii.lrmrl abrue.I a* a uk4r. sat tkttMtg: trvrtartre.t J. K FIUi. INsister. I i This nnr."'.'''i oelV' about twelve
    I a tray a........ T..u raeyrt tad U* 111wc1wWAdtMrekia.t. Mr I. PlulMrk. tMMhM* Md HfB wrier luck; aid OM trade wide. nakrs ants -
    .. K.V N MlUv l.-c. t.. _'.r aN bunker It W scary
    buJkrt. unwind NM ur pwis.ulylh' paisk1 I'mAtJ t.. Rrrrv. Ft** Wart aaJ rtkeMbv
    htsr,c | |irr p.Ur >.| .. ."" .jiuil.. II" W Mr.., t'oasb.ndk. t........ sad llr.r> (*.....ru TW r..a two ftAMdcla laws afe way fertile i.iuiU*f hsnn.ie4
    lo.t Bfc-ld rr> |, Ihet earl. fiiMSkf. tu ...,.,. avM of wlucfc BM besup
    truck I ks* w .4 lilt....n eo< i*.e !"*tsb. w* 11""(.srt1.L..seer.tf.s. M K.. aw vtitattt A aft rrs. .-haaant- e.tiqi... and tlvoi M e..tv I. u... (.but CM be parefctd at low rkMMT *\,

    i cumpano railroad ut w taa'Ilttale hit.. The tr.n.l.diatts'only ti4..{l wale.: this U a MeiU..h.:. llt\. James aa !uuUi )Ii.-....s '''t-r......- na .. W Brti,m John! '> 8..1 and pled energetic hk b NI and hiftty prt: imfMUV nMke ne ad MKWby Tkisi + -






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    I nediwt of fwtntry. h-tweet Crtlal river ..tI citi/en. l'.4 T S. Coouler' who ",nlrmrhtc'4ru"lo HOMES IN ESOAMBIA CWU5TT.tf I 'bd"tuusL the elii. +Hc ta'le whr4i .has tdiot !

    the Witlla>iochee. i I. dr"inf'tl1' onlv a ;t' wmall << a lance .tor. there a' well a* a lrm 1'I..y..1 t in Uymg out the** gitwwt*. T."> o, ,MI :

    hranchc' IhateraptJ 'tnt' tit lw" tire's *,w mill l Tbe bed of 'hi"trr.. about thirtyyear : a vtsth.r to iVn'atfU will make a t.att of invrthn i I' a perrVct vam4IMn. shown by ewtliwtr downindWrvminatH I

    A mmt rrmtrkable spring h'"" forth tit far i sit. was the priec pal) 4iipfM4C and receiTinc 1"{ soul inve't'''t.nn thrown<
    from the N.n%;. of lit' WllbH" t\ """ '. wmeix I place for this cooaty. The c-o-'.t burtler. a.i>acent to it-MV, Including "ara.hu with winch. Nature H** clothed. the hammock

    a' mile from it* m<1utiL L- Ct''ItIft'uf.....*.y I worth ot this titer i I', to great tlegree. imilar hi of ten mile -he will be "mo t favorablyimtre .. boo in tbr. Slate

    have been offered by Northern capit H.t" fi trtlrtaprin IJ I that north A her; line of wtmp.' ntchtwefr M-d with the great natural beautyf I ak. UN* hi4ory. of llti'"* grove and, learned

    s '. *t Mr. John 1'..,*.*-. of New Yotk I II tI nn this flyer to the Wldf'\t'hH: ",.',. K..- evert tan "bOOthhe l de rre 10 wheel| a homeamh that a small piere ..( cultivated' lam,. nomr itt

    I Oily,*n (nor' to sell' The Inhabitant. of thi" *rrlion I tame 12 mile. .liut. off the r.w.t I.. .11 aye I ) the health-rivinc atmo4tere of the |>ifiwood tanrr hark from the .lake was p 1"f"b..1 some t

    are moaily mtU: f'rrner* and stick-raisers, I the indotnitaMtimle'. fetter. w h<. h..* traversed *, there ctn be fmind any quantity 41t c*'" ,, ten year* ago "lotion an oM) *Inh*bdt"nt. but wt, ..1)

    living in a. a.uiet aodcontrnte.l ........ rating UrgeUtuibe this swamp in .a hundred direction, with rovt.1.naklo *. I and availatile' land. well watrnit and .u(!>.'trntlvtVrtile lowed to Nil aliuoM to rain through. ne frrt. Nit
    Ai wf rudJr children Fliey r"J-IYl'blirTh ; out hw k>s* of uht.\hko rmlar. Thisswsmp to prmltMf MI h a vanety ..1 t ri>|v+ a* w ill) within the lal eirhteen ntottth the acre intertrHing I II

    $ and m-bool privilege* i. abtMit fiwtr miles aide, twit i* rmt a I in* re a very newt slut n.i' (..rube! living' with I latwren the original |..Mtrrha. and the, I II

    frjia river ri-. fmm nt.rnrnNn Urge -txtntahtni slid 1 one a* nuniertMit |tine i.Und' are all hot few of the vexing rare that are alw .... |I" I lake, at one tint {J..rt'' a sugar |4aataln>n, hue

    ,..4TiwiJea from its mouth, and i*. perhap through it. alTmlm< moist enllent p..I"U e. rot m ..nIi.... rommerria) lite .Again. if I han acquired' new energy, racial. pod taste

    *. the mot enchanting stream in the State: Air cattle dunng the winter fhtre are but lewunmhabilalile mr mrltler I..trt' a hoMM" on the ..ea "h''r'i. a and enterpriseart( In work, snot in a Vw }toni

    Its. water c Wee forth from the ground alike aud Hud opposite ibis cast }aunt along the brarb from and beginning with.Kra i! this hM lo |I..> the brfght |Mrtctiltr garden"f..tof

    4 '>I1 :rat the Hiet' : to Ibowhu have had. the opportunirv the fjgf of the central rake. of the c urnty. and I of water: -he will, at even' step. be mel by but it i* (intended M IniiUI fine hHIt..o.i m the

    ; nf teeing l hlth. common "..un.... come fro'ii a large sprint, wt brad two acre* This stream i I. quite narrow hen ol a tine lover of nature to well with *tvh' >etirvthingon theSt John' river Nnhi*
    Crystal' river rUhje! !Un.le. l in the trade'of with 11f'l'p and rocky banks" and U al" ut seven I prick and a dr4re to there live and enjoy ht.< I Hollywood |'ark.
    this Mreitm. ill i a fiouri hin receive pl.tre cheat miles l limit It i* bordrred by sons U)uWhtmtuock .. The majestic I ItI"Ifan...e high and, .>verU....kingtlie I In taking .leave oi thi ..nlycl I will MV' that

    Three shatare there. They gnmUbv "" land, but urroui.!ed bv ramp.! ""o water of l'edwac'4s and cambia: bays. r..- this fur mmmer Uml I* to day eharminfr. The
    U between this tcrand
    mall Mil ve **distance plying mile' that n. un. hu tried the sperimenl frultivating (n-rially. at their Junction. prernt a moat band. climate in winter I K with tinetrMr. "n of .a few
    Cedar Key, a ol thirty-five di.tcrreabt> ami 1 like I Indian
    ; them .we view Them *" no exaggeration In this or chilly days tour
    Si l "ltnd cotton
    About wenty-five bale* a At the m.Hitu oi tin river i* unmated! Roy any other ptcturtth.it w r have portraved rrgard Mimmer. We all &know' hatter than |farm of mine
    ) from thesurnni
    are run'hs"C"J by thrv* st..ny won .Hy port. a villace wf !Hiie ltu.ir.t''OI nn|">ftit're Inc this co..n'y- every w 411'\1 and line I* soar-eplllile I can tell, hew swirl and ssiiwi' <>..a ia its charm.FLOKIDA .
    and, lower porti ntol Levy
    Ling country Several" fAinilw live there, and nn..lier j" thereto of the higbe proof Ther lat land lo Vs roan
    and Miri..n countieV Itut p*-' and l rep" to -
    upend, the miner South of tin nver, for which we bate alluded bordering the In)*, have I
    4- I two or
    Cellar Key hoiH-btck from this mail| cr from every( )cala, TH this use distance ot eight mile., the swamp omtioueo., generally a goad cla: } .fi..md.tti-. which give to ITKMS.
    : but jrel narrow rr till at the uioutliol Uammoth* it all the necr.*!"rT |,,>wer for the reteniMHi. IIr Ihe t _
    titutethetuiil !
    brick a wek ron -
    slice nce
    ,i ; lo n4rportarrd river, it lermiatte in a |Mint natural: utrength of the land, or any lerliluer that -It i* "i.tteil there. i I. not a nnfic lit-......ii in
    ftcilitic*. Hammoib'I! river i. only .atkwit tbrreiuile' '. t : Thi river i i. de tincd to .be of J gre't .,otnlUf"I and half: mile wile It I .. haamv l and
    a tires font w vrrl l UrgeApringa Dial GnnJ ihe ul l .1111.. found ref a
    I cil trui ort.tiire in the future to the tIItrrouotli"l: -The JC"t.ilh"M; /'rru ban= ago
    near und bias, and (muss a junction coniM *t element, due lo |>aluraire of rattle for
    I '. It atjound fine fi b 1\11.1 "ntf'rtt cultural
    uualr in I departmentJajMn
    ) for f'f"\"i with Induu clerk i another ttream trout "l.ri'IJf"i | l tntnt. tear, anti the, ntautly falling dead irrem
    rune of the moil beantiftil point Their junction i* v.ry near the o"4'''. .tn.) (lie and leave, and a,he* from the iindrrgrowlhfnnn |\lum tier in Tampa; wrte iu full
    atrr nc"'l
    bank of thi
    the crystal!
    I are HlI near common trunk& make a navigable lrem wills a reheated| l tmmlng To these the all ale Ihaanri= Year' Iay.1lrwars .
    :, It I* safe lo iv that all the Und adjacent bar of sax feet water It i I. a nutter of""iue "urpnv mo* lieiv from the bay gloss an additional element.
    the lest quality and very diirable fox anon-Intp\ | Kebry., Wellington bate <>| that .atil,1| has nol I Ui-n snte'trd tiere" in imparting. lo thr whole soil "uftUieuttrength
    I icAIJnlwlb.\ p'.e.tJJ' numl".ruf.1un.tfU':; the rei-*. a mercantile line Some s f the tined l.v.
    w'll advancinl. are Iwing cultivated of by for orange-culture are on lists river hot the bet- ilegree All the land rl'trt,1( l 10 are'NelI -: 'vrn n>.. age lirenar were granted
    this river
    dent* on and nenr lie almiM this over entire South change in the reruns are owned by men in New Y nrl.. Mill sarah.ls If the parlie*owning them will now in .Marion. runty during Ihe. )tar It1??.
    there MTIII to an
    hundred: of "pLu-e are often' to UomrMrit.!* or only put them on the matket. al a te"'..n.t.lt' fig
    for it i I. it -The cttUen of West fora
    topography i>| the ciut l 1.,11..1' a ( Key are clamoring
    entry along (Isis |"> .,n "I' the rsi't. and further lire, ant) not ovi-r timte them a* I Is too ollentbe
    were encYiuched up| n by the Oulf by .1 south ImeofliilMioriHieh \ theatre that will M-Commodale I.IMI |Hi>pU.
    even on lo the count I I ease, all if eterv foot contained a gold mine.ptirchavr .
    I ystem of b,'anus, Mit river .and a errfret where we will find the hermninc) "f the Ju lly- ran anti i w ill t e found, and the entireriMintry -Mr Samuel (luHr..n. old and highly rerNfle -

    J, tangle of creek cutting river up to the the lluio.i,4t entire poxilar| neighborhood of Clear Water list twit around' about will awn 'Iw 'nlrI...p*.r\'ew .l illutnol Tallthajuwe, lied on the 14th!
    4 c 1.a-4 1.rJt-r (runt tbi Prom tin river < II mmoib') to nor 1'iiUU I Mb ';..n..lIr rr..idrnrrw, beautiful garden' and lilt

    f : river, distance allluI! ten mile*, into che ctMitt-e river, a ii.tane t.f aUnit twelve" field" oicbard. or nge grovea and vnrards-
    larg; amtmill i i4snd. anal .iw--gm.' tltt. -Me ssrs Wighlmiii A Chiilopber, have vs-
    mile the 5nlf itself almost
    r ; open | reent' t "+.rmin 11rro4l.i .
    Thee island are. of all situ and I' ditributcdthat Only two ,,,1.0.1ar( on this start -.. tablihe. .t a whuh-Mile grmiry |MMIM< in Jatk4inville. -

    pn.bVly live hundretl' faroitirt* couM get an of the (iKt"'. the Uilaoi-c being a traighl. hue ..fc //1' .

    island home lo jtwlf They are gr nf'r'Uy'I'ry >A..t, wick orraKionally 4 small crerk r-niiiug in. BECAUSE -Mr. Juiutu TuruUilt uf Jtlft-rxtu county
    /fertile and better adapted\ gardening;anI"J'I\r. i -
    cane, and other lu-rlwcfou.. :gntwth*. than forI It u along tin fart of the COA..I that won) Alt It I* n..t hc.n- VISIT heart ;;wulaemt.e. nnty- lately killed" a )...mA: Log that wiigbed i tM
    j ortUMonnlly location spring liunt Mil i.l ib<- ground', "u.l p nir Iheir I Mims! .a... .
    orchard aHh.Migb net.It
    tree* fiotiiid
    will briny fliiKl. with iNi.i>lertble' fort.r. uter theitratgy It I. but '-'r..... you rbiwr ..... wrak and fcxirlr, ,
    U fiHtDtl where "rtnge tret'' an- doing j Kwr Tu.r omm -- 1 I.+ Mated that Ihe (4Miuniaioiier of Agri-
    : The ej'land.i arecovervilvilhc4biRigepilmctto, near the ..11" edge hnno I >t4 Krr...* Ih* rarth U fal,..,. and the .kirArc .
    i and dnr undergrowth the Ut>- war msutb wit wan ii>..liHt4Clilfe l from th.rrad shats.. ,.... tulluieat 11'aalliaiat.n will vial the Slate Fairat
    lire oak and cedar Ire*-*, a .
    i of ",..iw--ialniello.| vine.. A-e.Ar The m..*i olthe tin-til bv ihe riti/en fnHti the interiorThe I m_ raiHanl That Gar 1 the her shrive...'of ywr.ye.- JatkMiuville! lhl. mu'nth.
    I and ..,lil ow m-r. and high 'piue hill, of what I term n e rentral > .. melons in cirnuutrtss
    cedar ha Iwcii cut bv -.\ I Iw Mi ".. ."'mnj( I" f'lIll six -
    I portion .if the OMinly. begin here i.. .it 'r .
    | twrw..lb. world' iirriUvinl ssnsl.gIiruw.mu.t
    trf'l.l".lIf'r..- The ""ill" olten "ri)Wn through byUie It U n add 'veisteenwuutJl ha*
    nearer the roa t This approach i* HI titular, .w.r. e weighing ( ,

    I, rock yard which square.cropout The bank In many*of all pUceforeveral llieMelmy.Hi*-. for at wmie pl.| ..,.,. it will be within n htlfmileoreven And Ikr |Mrai>n...af rm ll-..ae.unr. with. .ai"1. kw.lwt.n. barn grown iu (iaii i >rvillcl'h \

    I river and crrek are of "olid nick and in manyplaa nearer. then pndably will rt-oile a OKI,pie Nair. ...c r.rw M...** ytmr III.... lit"M
    iK-rpt-ndicnlar. making: cellenl naturalwharre l of mile or MI Al vmir "III.N .located. llu-ir works at )Fenuudina and corumeured -
    ; Tin plateau, lying between the l_eh and .4hinK.ku.hiaK. all II dimml.. m.kl < .lrlftVlm .
    ,* One n" thee riycrsiLettriirt) con and .till .
    rrixlhKi of
    necUCrtdUl river and HouKjaawwi ri.r. about high l.n.l. i i4 a good quality of pine land, covered Ihe : net-eatary building

    mile from their mouth, and i* quite convenient with ,aw-p4lmetto and turn* I,.-..*. One llul t>rraa.. this ..."' .. I..",... .", ..tell tro and ..ft't. -Shad lido tots bate 'bern evlabliahed. at the
    eight; singular/ fratute i il here Gmm ind I allude to holrt Your anti ..I.e.ll .
    I' lo-M. iiawkige: r..r Ixwt from one rivertotheotlnr of .. hrrtiThat seal hr live ww.re 1ftWrr. _.,..._,01"' .. iiiuuth of I.ike )IIInr..I.. Orange county. The
    ten or twenty feet .(1'". to l.e '....n.1 all
    I It talon:: this river that quite a Ii.wrdlvtw. fists arewsked| on ice cud hlpMtl to the Northeru .
    t number of i c'anal' have tarn IIf'ttl..1 u"nn by along tbe flat bonier containing. plenty of p....I! I U Iftd. ..., ....."* lot ,.., al Iut la II..",... | |
    : comedo' fresh water which ri_ and (fall. with the tide ; Ear ah >*. yoa.Taal Uta'I.. .*.
    I ficople from the interior who n to enjiyhu and, in fact of the small do the t late yua a. a f\n lhal Ikid Yaw r t.i "-.-
    I inlance. sense jnuN -$iiH-e lad Ottidwr llugland: baa taken from
    and oyster" *. and regain, in awue a i .1..1 I.... youHOLLYWOOD
    ludJy cheek' S..tae have m.ate permanent ,home* same ; and I iM-lieve all the wrll do ilmwurlioui : .h..uy. l4" ur.l.I it* bier 'a>,IM. lutrn-hi. of apple*-and woald
    the roast of thr nMinly. I know they ilo. ai .
    -- -
    commenced the cullivali nl orange grove. I
    and Florida if had
    lake a* Irym we
    Crystal river and lUypo'rt T.nrf blr are nut many orange
    The in lb- ',. ..1.111611.1 btyou are inexhautible -
    oyter PARK.I
    and more than two or ihrte frt deep in il.r water, : them to sjiirr.Thnuglt 1 .
    and are to Inf.mnd to the right; ,
    'tlrithrr and one fool, or our and a half ibtp i in the tw'kits from :New York City MJa
    I..n. ahead anal, Iwlund. They annoi >urpa.tx water with and 'Iwdlswnw I Ihu.{ MK lIot-..:. K\: rKurui. t'LI.l I..r. 10, 1><77 -
    in.sir fltvor by on thecoH+t. nor I '' Miuvillr ." ld for $XI.4U: overall
    or any < ate bow M>
    arkhratel.lurhatalsrauyt4 i Some of for mo.t drsitableplaecs. for tMiilding. I I Ii4te just ,letiirnrd,..", vi'itliig a miry bru
    are theyrtlle.1 by the II. with a view oi the < ter
    rin-.iapcake II
    -rof uiianx or ) I
    in along tbs.1w.lti.n of our (iull border I arid tit to dcMribe' n for the ..edification. yourlro *.
    ennnin: company, can mike money anywhere The hew settlers along here have nlnady Annpn..pret I i and snow Umnd :N..nhern. ica.hrFriHii The itiilor of tint Cedar Ket Journal was
    Male fi'h .u.1! oysters.
    r the I'mled) ;piiuini; up mall. of orange rchard. nor w ill\ it Iw but the hotel. .ud adjoining the at..I..,.. lo prenrnled l with' Iwrlte weetolatoet
    s'the plan (.tmf'. Urth Urge and I lately I ,
    a short Hum ire this whole' coast line Mill be sit : the rust. taw *" a 'love "calm| lret> (lhe |lust)
    inhabit lliee t4wads, and atf-rtd I great exntement averaging belwet'ii sit i and ...-wrn |iound inwtigbt
    dell thickly a* lamilie are ahra.ly rommg inrapidly. Inrtln or c.iM4ifMHI| | |I. with' their. immrrief4ll
    Ti :t and pleasure to the during nmueixxi the winter,j jNrt''ineii from whviit the<> O' 1I e gentleman !Jr llenr.l. who bat Itkr ,Intte* tII.|.....: HI thr ....II SMIIheriliKetze. I sisal mea"urmg a full t>u.li..l.

    tin eclMMi many of thee "ihnd* tnvellrtl thriHigh Texas.ul: ..i..n.%. Mi f i,*iippi, IU''rlUl\rtl.ith ni4ifnih.i-ril p fouled lair, I -Mr Maltio .\. llridge.a lady wcllauj favorably -
    North and other ptin'* .\II I...m. and Georgia cime to this Stair, and' owls. b-vuthiu of the lore, hanging with floe I
    known in this Slat* for her
    outride of the urtey, anal nf cnirare I I ; : many acnMiiplihuiruu -
    are hat found a |.>int. that ha l beu pi'*r.| over ever .prtx'iit S1|..nii>h mo* iu primeval' gtandrurMr
    United: Stale* lands; but I am of the OMHM(|) i it now dtlivering lrtlure.r on Floridabflore
    often by other, near the mouth of our s.hIeMwdre I I *. Iliidine, my fair coodiietnand. UM proprirtrr
    that all lbeutliriscmut under. called the he4dol and lheref.swampand |'- river and now ways that irn ,tlio i4nddollar ) I **. an .pn g4t<*. and curi'Mly.. all) intileme Urge audieiM'ra. In Maachni-tt
    onullowl *
    the. Stale could' not buy him out I I I to rnier What do I UI...M !' In the lint -The cilurn of l Lake CIty are wiling sum.hale

    MibjeO to entry from The curio line town the I'lthlacfieoODrferlo the I place' an ovrthaugiu,.; archway uf jelloA J...amine
    lluir which
    trw along principal attests'
    Homo**'. or Pr"JW"r.riC'1' U al.. ut ten mile mouth of the Ancloi river our kouibein tioun l climlMiii a lard)' ( lump of bully. l-ond ,

    long Tin* river i* also' formed by ahugepring, dary i* "*omew hat broken for a abort di.t4nce, I ..which. Ilt'I6ullrU'I'u"' likeeifMii- the rigid I I* an sample that might lie fallowed to advant4j -

    bunting from near the stile .( the ceutral ridge (rom the former by MW.rran and web\ ruar>li, through the lree. .)KirkUthe' br.us.l win-lit Uke. by the rtti/en. of many other village inFlorida.

    of the county (It'a course i* al..nit due ..t'Il. and but AS you near the Anclute you again gel an i! and Ui the left ,1t.41 wa 'but a few .-..1.* ago 4widernc .

    it is nlered by rich land which lu. been view i of the .. of brainbir' | thorn
    very Gull H and
    open' M-onjing, ve i +* sot *. H now a
    -The Fir''t Mul" ,lie\ 11..1,1"$ Fair will U heldhu
    known, in ,,ak IfVnm time.to yield three thouwnd steamers p4*mg and if you de.'ire. drive your mooth. wrll kept lawn Further I wee an under ,
    i"ind4 of nitrket4blr ill jar to the acre, on wagon into the url It i* here Ihe hlfh UIH| I growth .f dirk. itch' fi.li,*gr and (..odiiitgohlrfi Tall4h%re nrtt fall It U |1..lid..1: ) the board

    plantation ot ..n, hundred acre.*. The. Und finally reiche the water,making in *>Mne I.4r. I fruit ol the wild .T.HHe, Advancingtuither "I director ,4 the Fair AM'i4lkin w ill prr|'are

    bowster. :are' m..istly In-wt""itJ.... a'rte) bdnn quite a bluff .rl4l..nlinll... dow u hue ro*..t aafar IhroMgh lhi fairy like Mne I come In a : thttof t zraurta in the Slate. for the exhibition
    t x to New York capitali*!* whoremrio ell Nfor a* CVjr; Water I Htrbor lotely ....fI. oierliuii,; arch |wl.w. au.1 l I oak." !

    the prment they are of little' interest the The .\ wIae, river i* unlike thv ..II..., rivers 'kt..>or.l with HMMMan>l lutliriitHl VIMfounled -*, I C I (wive. ; .4 itNak, farmmg irlll.a.-' ..nl" Ar

    iuinugrant. bill lo the lourui. no ,p.. rt ol the of o ir co:&*t. a.. it ukr. Its origin trout a Hiain of I ...-,. n var: riN- ..! vine'( haitcin from owe.. Ihwhle the iMMiihef oc I*.MM<. and mule

    Ute ran atford more naturil beauty tropicUren large lake in the interior of the comity, while lree.Mlr.kklui bate I..TM .
    <-r) aiiif interr, thin will benjoyed by a all the. rest come from largo: .|"rinfcii. This river / its bnl i'f..mtwt w .biU-W.Hi......d ".rru'MK )hr. et: la.t Xfaaaa .. Uf any .ba .swi.wi ....to I wt I I I
    trip ul'| thi river. nor will he liod l m..,e < .mitf.rt i* bordered I by (Mae knots of good gtuliiy> all the a ..*....1|lakiad, eovetml w nb 4lhry ft-ru.. W.' .
    and kinlurs'thnsueh.oN 1 hi* tn'...*. thin under way to IN mouth' and ".me of the f>**.t itraagegrove also Ail two *firtng" .nr of Mtlphur W4irr, :I iMat..... uf th. thistly ai 4dittuM prat. nMw cuu I

    the rout of Mr. .\. I' J.u.a, who. keep; a motttctilen *. and young vineyanU in rhe Mate are Might and traMfMN-ftt a* rrynnl.' tltethjntly ..,t"., I of t' to.n_ oaanty la.H..1.-7"".....I-I' :

    : ho4ir. ot mtnlainoi'iil on th.of .' tatsk. lieinc made on its trunks not far trout the ,IM*> '.f..*|....,(...,uC vslrtehlr.balylmssie, Ta.- r;......*. '
    the rivi-r. I ha one N the fiun>t andirol4t most ( M-Uiemeni .. I dirti. in and .
    an i'Jrte a ol good fawihe i here, and MMf"*, ix totally rrni H4hiy a. t --The .1r-urns-f .1Il Jwckasavllte the
    | *.ilr orange: gr! "ve* in tile Sta-le. andcomUnlly a....,,,, constantly refeivia aMemiun* from all (Mtitt ol I t ........< e, air ...I!)' mi arm l'iqth hunt cw.itI r"IlIH'u
    on htad. a ...utl..... of i(<".! U..t.. sad the OHM try \ o-.", ..itl..r.We0..1'1 ia earned other My fair g-ii'le |nr.ha< turthrr, jaunt.i rahatrm
    ,,ldfs Gtr liar &i'UIAI.ntdUt..u ad ...."". This here every fll sod tbh. U the >ody s r#..,ri I tint other ..,1..,... ail warm *ot4M.,. ,..,*-..
    fl.......4+wt p..I'u ire Is i &kept at his h'u'e of the .pon2r. *. who' onmbrr tMrtJ'a.. .* tar scab f..r lurhiwt( ;1"I t say Isers M1 |*f cjjl ta tit has J.,...*I. TMM will |tut into thetf

    to w.m.I mire rHKUly always m sight and who do gmmtof ltkal I that UM. one Midrr lUal the i trio sot t
    Tb t utU of tits river t" a I' M a> .scary. a UUk. .,.... >|?1,<*>I to Miy tuwiUt.' e*
    teot. hike that oortb. but the. tlaa4* are not *., trading fur ganleo truck J.mliry. tu.h... I sulphur taster for Hnakiajr i* the gnat pn ve.M. ......... .
    nitni.PHt* sox are Jbl*. on a/vnttfit" the denity \r; etc lye or a.titble "f the b hoa* or iu..UrU1mr.*.. .
    of the ,. aiHp which rrke+ IroMi this river .\ e.|*tl often tbouaand. iJoiUr wtrald ... I al the o.....',. and that X....,. .h*. .*/rsvhheb -U. load wilt ci".f..'. fott/raMy with the I

    bi'lbfi'Uee. ebowMka. river. its ale IIIl&It"1 pr "nUMy i.n..t at I.... pomt 10.. ahereaaisilr tarM lor lht |MMJOMWe |4
    though there are ..evenl pUres whrvtJ.swamp terpri>e About ....t, ni/" tlnHt*..d t..h I .*.". oi liar Uke. w airh a... II.M mummer hue ......... of a .u|*..rW.4i.oe ul that ictip ,rUat

    i* high f'ttI"'cta t" trve! "yr r totl..eoo *& toast. worth of p .affe i* t ken in sight of iht oust I I day i* perfectly grain), ..faihliif like ghtMMfa artkhr. week uf tW Ane. with tlta y.l
    this .....|> i.. rut up <% ith numerous sliotgbi) per month and i, prepared t I.r IM.I..tt' hider I ."' ... ...*.... on a .iver! .t lHa<* --..... Inrw ( psa/My. a
    sad iuffi h ..m..... uiiliM by timber mn in .. j4.oalnnf ,It.. loo'vk, wh. .r* the v.arek ... as&y. Ilse. ..... t.N.'c'a lbws ewe. $ the IMC of w bkii .... lands iwayftuiN I.. w..le Iu prtw.ot.:

    AnalUX wttt tlt.*r umber u ", h-water tra.*f*>r. brine the hive MVM;, for thai .p..ri*>iM After ....... iilhsMit." ith .... *..* and aUthn..khfey IweMf .*. !.. harty .baairli oil art, aid.twatthhaga

    ndges .being Mlr .] It i I. earriwi in Key W..*, O i out of the wavier UwtHlaif sea aareaxl .
    I.. uDktDC thr.r. rtraama many high > r jaw .. M ,......" .. t+sa.be m ..tar.war
    err t.n n I IMme lOr for beat jiility uf land, %n I in Key aaJ ,\JMI.-taimk, and weld her .... aluHsr Nxmad, bright end fragrant with M* a-r..rre.aI .

    ...- "I't +ever.1 l ........ !4MawiB. MM.y.htwd row |11"i.i1tk.-
    pants altthC tar. ertMMi n( the roast<< -h*d r hiffh Ii wutittad! \.I.all: the. river ab..spArs f9i.*rfi ...... ) T..... C.MI, a...n hn< tn tfc. -Ir.\ F emitter, uI our a it), kiUad a i itha rnsaW

    aad I..W lanM are fauinIvinf I l .twern\ tb of aN navigmuae t.h..k"'. K eiMfrt fh* \Vir hafhrr and muse cultivate! ground .lh.r ucwwgtfcca *- used. phg w-. sally ..... kaoaUi
    .w..Mp and .It wiier. hat BO use has ever livwia k.ews... and 'M .\..- ., sail .*.... are fay twit horn. planted sit ibrMlgh the riM .... the i.felMi 4aWM tf> 3N0 toMtMnit IM. The I

    them ThoaM.ded r timber hair been ...... tire ....... feoM Ibeir M...M..th* of UM ....*. |. we ....e l<. ibis .......**. put of Ireo...1; *f ..... Mali.. 44 aut asst aura thus /t9 ,
    rut and oamM nut of this *w""p art mach New. Mr Kditor: I will xH Mlrwfe further cm the 4t.Bf. grovtaUatrd with ..*.*. hn. .iir..< .
    more vet rcwaiiM your fahtahte. IMM with thi hom-d aal ionp.flee' laraajr lia uf ijiafcint varirtmi *W. U.BJI>M. --lust Wink vi ii ftntrrr-'such at H crate: a |pwndw.raM :

    Tb l.1t.-a..WM. nver, alx ....14-- w.uth oil sketch.
    the H Mf..*...., lit a.hrt., *a i tl p.amzWe. ......,.. hut 4>........ .....* of you r..dscs awy tap, still Mi bMUBtf. tat agmui, fatuutuiug warm half ta. atlettUua i? the iiatrag .4 l I..nr* that t4.ey4u .

    .1 me* ib from this hinrcla ul the >.arthbuid in a 4Mfe a btUe note .......*Uoa M rlatua MM and a attf *rv >af array thou.*Mi ca.KUMag t.a'' eoU'rti tbry wwutd *>*.... and ot thatit !
    .l .hwkn.R Jack tawny
    writs tu )!lr A s HMB of .tal river rah hawMhaaxI TW IMa blow Muuld he airs ..i> .4i1il U class. We are I
    and o. fowrth or b tfcuiiar 1D e wi/ Nsthmsi. per they fry gtea w vtgur pins
    |irrt.w* tu Uua nv r. _k* u m thrirf trtt l'..[ < T Jranw.
    aaHta' of owUr tivhvr whiles U.- t.-.4. Kfuw. or N.IIII I II .,.4**.......m, A .OuteAt .1s.. a taw '.1 Ik* d uM<> kKv.. t U-. They. t asa U>. ..... .U.d thai ..... >-t ,j.s.tat thaw. M I

    > u' ai;.Ki: t" basks and .ttity>i1 from n* nouthaoar a inte other hIM I will INT cuuf patlw.. ....u.h.Riiv.yuotwhen.a.l.telm pm cetiua fr .. Uw aitglrl ff.i* M water an..! uui *m* laud th ****Ja., riot it has tmmila4.d ;
    I' oases a rwift af MM bib., sad hi. tame at !*.t other fiaiure a* a ...ifcr whim this ........ bawl ol ta. ana a .
    n.L4lor aiirri which.1 aw ..... will ,4 i...r..t of Hetnsa4i v...4y asyS m twahaM-1e4b hii .1y tmt.raeni manaiuf a put mama Mi JM1 wsri, .....11I u. iii ratsl.rlhait

    .. .. s I IAI b) use uI uqr mast f'lMI'ptar a ........... natr re It shwa .4iM. rise uphe.,......, u. u.a WHIN .-PIs+ed* lluri.ht t tn'e


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    detail We have printed w much
    > (yRn !ir.DF.XT needed here. We are Inclined to think that *ncha !I 1NSIEBS TO RDE&tun..Qeeei..lates4. \ Information la
    about the climate and pmdoctlons of the
    1)e*Tiptlve arilele .....Iac tbe a4vaaU(_* offered is above described, w bite it might do for oar In detail thatwe
    sections' and counties of the Mate ,
    different secttoa of the State mild Florida winters would scarcely an
    by contaialsclafonnaitoc prove .
    .! to t- ao.w.r.d Te Ibis I for referring to them rather than
    saeb* .. generally desired by falendK adequate aol comfortable shelter for stack from h'...1.* nt 'M I..i.B4.T KiM *. brl" .t fUlatyt -n" feel 1 excused: I
    I *.. sad always _postal by tea e*.u t. pat ** recapitulating them btre. Florida will produce ,
    K ..nl..1'@ oHclted. also article oa.n b- the rigors of a Northern "winter. j
    B&aifedto I
    f'OIt y .T la* paw* ,ly, whlea win b* and Wert to
    I jeets .ltaMe far pablieaUoB la a paper devoted to With regard t/> the prices of Und FK-rJd* certainly the Bron dnlriac w turK.u. ..... all the crop grown in the North 1 ,;.

    the of sad -- advantage except, perl ap, wheat and
    COBmaalcatiofk -
    cane Immigration agrieaJtar - ,
    offers tbe greatest advantage. There are ---- --= -- := = profitable 1

    of a politic aatart will not be laert- .:. write furl PlatUmoutb.Neb. "This U avery winter apples. Wheat has been produced in
    milKon ff acre, In Florida which can beb*"n,ht
    .<1. Artielct lnieaa4 for pabomlna unmet be aerompaolrd healthy country but temperature of summers paying crops in Middle Florida but the growth :
    for 75 cents to the wool which
    f 1.33per acre on
    with acme of .rit.r and po t )ftVe *4dr and winter run to great extreme.*, p) deg has not been general enough to establish it i
    of it
    ..s. Any staietBent eoatalned in temm.nl- alone Is worth five or six times the price of the to 110 deg. in tbe shade in the rammer and as to winter apples, there

    catfoa wblth ire considered by the B.,.. of land. Where, then i It the ad van tar? of baying low a. 2S dig to 33 tiff, below tero in winter as a standard Cf'OI'A I

    rune 1... the means of settling many can, no doubt, be grown very many of the common j
    Immigration to M varvHsMe or etsggerBied', will wild prairie land in tbe West, which require* a years.
    fsmilics l from tbe Cast in Nebraska, and il 1 settle varieties but no one has attempted to make I
    bt rejected. costly team of six or eight yoke of cattle to break vf in Florida
    to spend tbe remainder my days as at tbe North. ,
    Letters of iaqalry which require answering matteoalala at tbe low of $2 lAtion. Tile them a regular crop
    ap, even price pet acre will do what I en to add to iu pop

    to rtara potr four our bare failed,by Broadway, IK, Inquires the rate of laborers
    fkanps py And for $10 per acre, the maximum price at part three or yean crop .

    -eAD -- which the Union Pacific lUilmad sells its ...mprrt reason of rra.boppers. I am coming: to }Florid wages, how paid and what has lobe furnished
    as anon a* I can veil m.uod. them in tbe way of quarters ,

    .ERTlSI.WJ /l.1 TES: land, one can purchase a nt
    plantation in of tbe counties of of produce.
    Ten tests per line (nonpareil, averaging nine any lie wavering between Florida and the "Orrat prices I
    Middle West Florida of the when hired for farm .work receive
    or or any quantity Laborers, I
    word to the Uae.) eh 101l rtJOQ. Twelve lLiesmesare West," ui bat U thought of the latter by one who

    ODe Inch. 9pecial! rata will be allowed oa very choicest hammock lands(' tbe peninsula' ba tried It We hall welcome E. and all bi, from |100 to |1:; per year, clothing and finding

    We invite Northern friends to +iderthe must be furnished with a
    Urge advertisement wb a Inserted two or more our con friends who can no longer stand tbe climate and themselves. They

    Um.. Advertisements most b. paid for ia advance. claims( Florida as agricultural db s ten of the \f Kl.
    far Wet, before they determine! to brave the inconveniences them from such degree of coM a Is experienced !

    SuctiDbci $125 a Tear Postage Pail discomfort; and dangers of a new have T. been writing trading from D the.lphl IMMIGRANT, Indiana, and..jn"I other here. They are paid partially in small sums as

    in cold\ and climate in the but the settlement
    country. a inhospitable Florida poMicaiionf. and am well pleased with needed throughout year
    srtciKts eoriM, TS< CIrTS.partle.
    starch of their l futures home. thed.tcriptioo+ofyourcnunlrr Iam very much U made ia the Chri tni\" Most of tbe farming

    desiring to have copies of lb. | .(>er puzzled to account for your mil I not producing a however is carried on by the negroe as 1
    ,..ned to persons residing in toy section of tbe KmifT yield of corn I we some
    from :00 to 1,000
    U. I
    country, en bare them sent from tbe office of Tat I SALES OF FLORIDA STATE LANDS. ladle planUthto offered for sale near TallaLat- tenants, they agreeing pay

    fLoan IUWIUT at the atove r teAdilrm see and in Levy, Marion, and Hernandocoun* pounds of cotton, ginned and baled, for each

    all t'OramnlnUolI' toALON7.0 Below we give the total number of acres and tim. Are they very old and wcrnout or In good horse and mule "'orkl.! counting an average of t
    tillable condition ? How I best find out I
    cn each animal. The lessor
    row LE, value! of Und sold by Mr. IIn>n .\. CORLCT, location Ac., of State I. odrAny forty acres of Und to
    T.U.hie'ee, FU. usually to become security to the merchant -
    Commissioner of Lands and the agrees
    Immigration, at
    one bo will read tbe IMMIGRIXT carefully > ,
    for ,Jvancts in the shape of provisionsand t
    State Land-office in Tallahassee, during the six
    w ill find enough information to enable him to

    months ending December :31. l o act The reason why our average com crop is clothing. TIN merchant usually sells on t' ,
    { JI L4 *" ........ these terms for an advance on cash prices of 12
    tq Florida Immigrant J.I no larger U bran of tLe very loose and inefficient
    .. 3S3t f(.*** *! oommissions or interest"So
    A.e..t . _._ u S.4I.M male of cultivation pursued here. 3Io.tof to 15 per cent as
    lrrpt.rbet ... .. .. . .. .. 1.M7CI I.SMi that with the neglectful mode of cultivation, j
    October .. .. . .. . .. X*. J4 S.Z9MNovcmhrr tbe work is done by negro tenant, who are not I
    . . .. . I. *X.1 ..,*..t5 the the entire freedom Jibe tenant from control
    Dewbet . .... Z.:..... I.t m1 interred fertilizing and improving MM his fI'f'rationand his want of judgment and I
    Our larger plantation are woin in spots( but so
    Totals . ... . .. .... S0.4IS.OI f >, .S.AJ general Incapacity improvidence be usually
    1'.btbhed.ad.ttb..p.rvt.loa" of much of the land ba. lain waste since the war
    The State lands are of four kinds has little more than enough at the end of the
    that it i i. its N'o fertilizing
    renewing trength.
    THE STATE BUREAU OF IMMIGRATION ftr t. The school Uods f'f1111'itlol of trctionsixteen << I year to M pAyout" The introduction of the
    i I. lone of any ammuence.| Tbe State landi
    I in every township, and land sdrcted in Northern system of farming on share has not
    can be found in nearly every county in the I
    lieu of deficient sixteenth sections..Vnwnd been tried much and where tried has net been
    ALON7.0 FOWL[ Ebtroa *ID I>IBU.IICR.Tallahassee State Ily addrrMMng Hon. Hcoit A. Coni.tr.Tal.ihi .
    The seminary land, being four tow n- found to work well except in somn few of the
    Fla. full information to the
    v T, a< name
    ships" of land granted by Con iti. for the ujv :Southern States. The price of lumber< average,
    can be obtained l ; or send 10 ceoti for the I>ecenttier

    I la., February, IHH. port of two seminaries cf learning. number of the IXMHJKAST.I is about 413 per thousand lime, f:I per barrel ;

    I Third, The internal improvement lands, bring shinties. $J..'O per thousand brick, |13 to |1?
    ). write* frcra Scranton I'a. "If bu.inter
    :.4J1).tO) acres granted by Congress in lr:.*&l fur per thousand ; day laS.r, from 30 to :;r cents; :
    :North would! but revive so some movement in

    FLORIDA FAMILY J aIJ.n the purpose of internal Improvement I real estate would be perceptible, I think thou- skilled labor f 2 to $1..:.) per day ,!

    \ section. of the-Slat' hould clsjm. and /WrtA The swamp Un.l. so-called, grantedby sands would sill and dig out,' for truly there i is IJ. of White Hall, N. C.. says: 3Iysclf and I

    Congrifs September< 2':>. 1SV no show whatever here. Competition is tccOIf'! several others desire to know whether we can I

    they will I* accorded, any tpedal advances The school seminary and Internal Improvement I and capital in the hands of no few, that when obtain emigration tickets to Florida."

    have to offer let them tell the truth inbrief the- few' combine they cooin.l every rentunera-
    they lands have all bern appraised and are subject I tide industry. Why just k*,k at it Thereare Address the Southern Land and Immigration
    clear conci terms, and not u.s up ta*
    to I'utlat their appraised "valuation not I to.dj yrfjr tea in New Turk and Pennsylvania Company Tallahassee,Florida, whole! advertisement

    space In trying to compare their local |w\radise le I ,s than (1.25 per acre. i that can and do control a capital of over may be found in another column or the I

    with some other section of country that may five hundred millions. Tbe people are bnrin-
    General Ticket A. vut of the nearest large rail-
    The greater part of three land. are held at :; 1
    perhaps, eituer naturally or by the n.xof nine to HX that the time has BOW come w hru
    11.25 per acre, but some of them! are priced as there U to lie a new exodus. The ovcrvniwdvd. rojvl line in vox TheOlate officials have noarranprmrnts

    J's citizens, be progressing more rapidly than high as 17 per acre. J marts i>f coutnxrrce and iunutictnrine centre for .-vial: rates or mt"an.of securing j

    their own vicinity To wind up. th's'! slmrt sermon The prior of swamp lands i is a. follow\ : For mutt dUgorge. ; their sur|nUtions and they them. Immigration and Colonization Companies

    submit the following: linRfLE I must p> to new lands."
    we 4O acres or Iris |1 per acre ; for more than 40. usually! make it their business to effect
    We waft to I). Hir .Mnc, .et sympathy: for hi in- I II
    or THE noinWhat / and not exceeding H) acres. 90 cents per acre ; I contracts fr special rates for those who come
    r.aworld bit wiV, Irt bin drink of tta. ri..r i idt +t If and others who like! him would up and I
    for more than N). and not exceeding 21*)> acrm, I under their au"picrII. -
    That bean INI lit watrrs tb. r* !ar4 *f Tim* if they c".ild only wll their in I
    A ....at' &G blr ,everY ....raak11..t" ) cents prr acre for more thin COrt, and not away property .. of Baltimore. Md.. a.ks: Can I get along
    T.taco ..l.. to er-P UU fc. knows how r.acerb ibo North.: Ilui really Ibe brat way to make with #..41x) until lean market it'llae of the
    040 75: cents acre for more ; products -
    Who hrrds cot eep.tt.nre.tract htm sot koI1 !lm I'tt""t'OlinIC acre pr ; I
    .hi.,.. beginning in the "a.aI rauiirratHin K to evmf, rained e. IK you make
    TIM....... of _. a i" bat Iriflrs r than silo 70 cents acre i any special
    Tfc wake.l *boar .' trout mlao will ..eel Ufti- acre. per ; newt fume flI..+* I.rave the |''.r rt, uu,"old. terms to petKons coining to your Slate to
    The .''''I1'.t .ttaklad I* btu .,..waa tbey !ea.n Iu rax of entries of Und at los than $1 .ptracre i 4ttle ?" t ,)
    thrnis i time enough and no need for McrinYc.i ,
    west br..* M the land mutt tie in a botly and not in tietnclml I Five hundred Jolla w ill IN*
    /"rp.a.r do aol a v' to be!s t yo* enough to buy a :
    < .lhrr logtltter your lM4i""4u ll Jftf.I"l and l"'IIIH'. .
    ,, tat .
    Mill work for tb sad at" lhyrar.H Where, however two or moreMeers
    .k... hum com** U> Jo. W" rr.dy to lake tl pores It fo.is alm M Aothmg I"M IKITWlnn you goiidlml tract: : inland for tegetable or produUrmin '

    But sliest rwch sod out s.r..ue.re.erer ta Ht. U t,.furt brtrsy.U U arIW new ] are srutrate\l| by Und not bt-Urngtog! to 1 are here a few bundn-0 dollar will carry you ,; in fiddle or West .Florida. a patch "

    H.In' to T Mir ..r4 and your wart a>4 four. frt...4 the State they are ciklml a. mntijjuou for through the lirM >ear. After that you will not of several: acres in tbe Peninsula! for trucktanaing .
    pit ks.r tra t U klta who! I I. tweso't U ?* > ra thr ( axis : and
    :tor J..s.c. of 'M Atf till It draw lo tb. end rxiqoMrs cure wlitlbrr you ell y" ur ski l bume or nut. for orange lo'To"in. and enable you lobar
    of these swampland. are desirable f->r and cultivate and
    Many get along until the ;
    t if "Mtln-r imntriiHis! amt uf .- J crops i
    buodcrew 10 'M .sl*. .oTak ..al. us the w ulsln h e oJju.I lgiu il. YOU
    rtru: with a .IK*... rust tors.- <<"'- tu .. f.** settlement, and more of them are wild than all luive gut a tart whklt will ".,a mike! you independent U-sri" to b! rr.iM/pvi I from Most! of the railroad

    I .bad !I. a k..srth, I .... U s '__.La. ..... the other clae put together.Tbe ,,0.1.It-aml..ai, hue make special rate but
    Tva'r* worth ...., you r s.-d not tfc .lmTr .wgoad. <>l all the ",...... | we
    .. terms for Slate lands are ns4.. School can give you uoik-tinite information beyond I our I
    ."tul. ..ot t..t. w rust ....... .w wi.esrry and lands be pall for with United :00., of Ann Arl>r. )IiCI says I have long!
    .. .elesdnrat..- seminary can sdvrrti.ingcoJ.mnt ;
    pab..rtI K-. .
    Tusr.ttekr+pa. gut tiryood a l1 in U anti the M. JoliD-s
    .. ... .. ..$ *. .."', ago
    t. a
    EuW lajld,.. by ra > nut r Stale or State scrip. For internal' improvement
    currency and now stand undecided brtwevn Middle Florid II. K .. .
    Tatgtfl .b.OII ta. sad far boy -.br. ,.oprnaPt. of < >! ".. Mossays : "Quite a. number
    and swamp lands nothing i i. rwivable and the lake rr ion in or nf"aroumlt r .if us are cotn:: either to Kau as or Florida.

    .., .irsirtl a* tb* .4 will all... b"tT be r....' except United State currency. county' Whit abo" Wakulla' I lK) orangesdowelllltete P2ea e send i iutorniation. Wb".1and, will

    E.-Ia. '*"*.f jest!. f>a.|.wlBt*tar Loa. .l 1.-.t Uff trsvrlrr coan t 1-. luG' "'"! The school and ....miaar".l.o.l. are controlled .. 1 think In Nimter cvunlvih tort, about (internment laud and how: tll obtain

    W' bra tbl 1*. to ....-...< r tbat _. W _' y claim advantage. in oran="-raiing. I thinkI it."
    .. .. arrh. su, ..... at by the lloard c>f Education consisting of tbvSuiirrinUndrnt I ... like Iw
    t.., nrr.a ail o wld' kl t .... I .t uUl to near the iulf for oyster. TUe. prices ..( Und vary greatly ; Luna |1 per
    l.ood a.ytab.r.54 cillsvlt ; tcM a road
    Itt Iublic InstruclUii. Secretary brerre. and all salt water but
    this truth !. ">rhtrry n.a ua the {>la.... I want acre-f for wilti) land in the Middle and Westernportions
    !!..)..l a* Btwh rtiht ..rar.ett la la* ru. ..t of Slate and .Attorneyener. I and the dreds t n<. nook of yellow frrrr"It'e '
    of the MaUto |;..,) and
    I. ua I even |4
    .- of are signed by them can tell S that there are some of the finest
    i f fare acre for improved "
    per orange groves" in the
    The internal improvement and swamp Unds 1 awls and i"' >*l printable; orange grove on thelower
    PACIFIC cleared
    UNION land
    vested ia the Trustee el the Internal I in. I M. J.Jin. thai ran be f Mind in the state.The slightly worn, I
    can be got for *-1 to f y .
    per acre, wi table for all i iW..trrn
    fund cou.i.ting wf the < veroor.Cum4ruilrr. I lake region of Sumter aunty is also unexcrf -
    In the ei;ule to tkr t null I'.trilk' Raiinda.lL.nJt. .* :Northern cmp Fur choice stew i
    Treasurer. Aurncy corral and iiw.abt>. wee a* rrgards Irinsl M>ristH>n. \\'..
    ." **...*.! by that rowiMii> the I pr"tp'e't II '..1(1in Est and South Florida tL* prices I
    GfMumi s..tourr of Lands and Imniijralioa. Tbe I ktttU U very arrrfc.ibJami 1 its orange grove range
    emigrant U t.did that pn-M.* with I.InllitiehuuM from (1 to |2t 0 for wild land and from |10 I
    I deeds signed by ail the trustee. have tern lwa.; noted That of ICev. CHARLESIUt
    Dot oustWeat ...tirf'l1l'U.! ." of mea** are I u. |JOO for cleared land Thr .it much tlesirafcle ,
    The (\.m01i..t(t.r of I.ands arhll""ulta'wa i 1 .< II II I&.,,' "wt.is as familiar as household
    bran the banl.bif. uf putwt-r li r )t s.y Government land I
    I is the salesman. 6* all {be fund. aat) ap.pheoti.ino | t word ;" and in all law n>..olicf.f MklJle Plow.iJl subject to entry, some of
    have ,k>ne s.. and bate ..rr Jd. sad M a kw it as gi>od as some sold by private 1 !
    parties at
    to gwtrel.ase laud .b"okt...* made k, ban I Ute .IUDIa.ol [tiuity to the gulf are f
    have breo numbetnl am"ag the ntu t toduenlwl sail. |6 acre. The Stat La
    I year i i..lUlnliWf', and the ark ..f lorr| Urge tracts of
    )tIU'U.LU.W'LLU"*. of Jacks* nviM f', i* Sues fever is astmfaJptUe I
    I I and well-to d>, chit ns (-f tbr Male lint very cheap Und Sn nearly
    ;, the aatborufd at tat plan Ut the s..lr a. the h*....!*** fabric of a vision" every portion of theState
    ... .. .... t..M.r agent
    .. .
    I it more krgrrUy &-d. ; price* from 7U cent* t. trorracN'.accorJ.
    of ialrroal improvement and *w amp land rail 4rattgr i > ran 6e..J je.I ttte place be w aats io any one uftbr I
    skkneo. and dscuwt*.< A catal oft 'tll\ ora ing to location arrrai, nMUl. Ac.
    6f\totN&. and tt* *e .Lash ia Iteal panf the CM+alirs iMMnl, and if be Jour* twatt Wt hint

    31iO, aKrr the land i. arftnod..ith which to Slate may be esiterrd either at ..... RVille or viii< |*...... on tW M Ji4>... and" itt they )1.. .writing from IfcKalb, Illeaois, inquires it'tb..r

    cMun>ettce ufirrattuev$ w ouki tr of cry "rent .1. are ;like. is work fcr a nl<1... Louse painter and
    .-f :.+) ill at the State Laad- )flke ia Talah.sstr ;:wwr.
    vantage. An "'|*- Mliii r* w ows.pkle
    II. writs Crow !>... Matte
    male tu tl1' CVm *. lows asksU
    Frequent a 'j4icat ot s are >
    a cabin Ice. "wliira a friiy CM W.II tr*fmaftmWr | ).. I ifciok tI.-". W.+.*... be an t1ppJrtaait td u. We answer yes, in auAt any portion of the

    I .....kcrrod.t veet">fy trawvr b*..**-. with mii i.tart of Land ami ImntHrralioQ hot mp baagMg pfwj" 'rty UTT for lauds ia Hindi r State. Improvements are bring made, and build-
    Ue Mate I.. .. Th-- it i I. tmp i saihleW :
    I ff\otQ two ia four n-.*w.. rr tt I..* batik at a rM of sbuwiag We are sorry to Uooiajred.. to dica+sit&e the lag going on everywhere nearly, and it seem I

    Irrutl Hla1 I.. tf.o.l (1..& shL C fut ....td: caeI. IvrsuUt There i. banily a UHS ..bi|' ta lhr t t"taM h.pw. s..t w dMiaC We know of BO one u. owe iaipuMifcie for a gt.'"i skilled workman of
    rsso.tTlw- osd w"th tvt lit.... "J...... .., ty.. twr = wrveved by Ow t."""", +1 :' .'- then ii..sB4 1 I ."oLl* prnpr1ty wbo i,. w iita{ to i'S nnh. ..art.. want for work.

    ul k' 1--t.ts.l. ,..... ivtei.i4 rLtJa .tt,.w ut CMtiUlM. Rtwrr or ... SUte Lad >> tir ..
    lands ia MttUI artafi**! tf'M'tl..t forty
    froze letters
    aA triaiwid o task e web MI sxehasge. I'h.p' received and riiaz.8da replies aswr

    !,. t.< ,. ....1 s tM : |.+} ...- I t..r-' .>..J ti it ty a. reaf.t a *rpn.. .uSr oiiy: t 1..n. may 4 ....... sit) ors' Im ; ia Utc :NoU an. rn..ia.tlv. giving' Uy priv *!e kitten toIw

    thai a..... Usul ,. woW. fat "M ttwwii. tt vw lstlt.rak 4i.hui the ...Ufrtr.i uart wuisU lrtwe
    w ho have ho.jllt i bttayiiwlB uf
    M 1ft' ia IV 4.tan they ;; uujuirWa rtcctved wttk
    I credit TW grgilr. 4e Inw haghg. hunt t. tW &huYt .iy fret. *.+**** T.*wa.4. .. r4aU I c..M'" keep oaa W IWMMI by .. al- &r ta tk above Wtehaut meaaiag to Mew
    ... will W copied sad >......e-i to .
    flU 1. s' -H' ald wymg kC".ac In fitMIi'1. .uarri a.tli e...... lice b..U.T. of sdl.x.blitrj.s4 wr own bura leo mach, ..eill for
    loe.pw. r a1ft. ......... ...1 ....... till w.sl etA .......... ,. at |3 a**.*i l:,.. U it wet practk *+1 (ifukti.g krgrty. Wi M tlritu.d'V Dull aad ta att who write 1M for iBfomatwn ay that

    desiw'tws ul pet .*.! ln..*i iW a..b1 lea b'.s: taferaiah nap. ... ibe !Pfau wrtb the differ lwei. tf they wi Swwacrit for ,
    I. ma4e I.. Ihrr w kxt pMrkoc for ....** eat rt-r* uf Ufct ...in......... tb'v wwtM b* o fBA I.Mh.RaxT. fur a.
    J. em' ita..... year. sad it..y... da MX fij
    Mwt..gaa. .w it what they
    The advirt .. U. aawnuit .4 rMl4 ......... praciicsal ** t"ill.,; & $luealtua Ls' me ..nwtikn )' want to know
    give p legaeM tbsb&k (>nx ia
    La aPl-.w.-.. alt w b.. ... coa>>taiiUiki IIIC e.s1Stadia .. .HktMM'GII ca...
    ."! iltteritnc, t*< FlottaVi as writ a. &WeIar to p.-.J. ...*.. or tadsiffa. r isi. xuasaualaatidxi naafi. higi.at .t "' ..... tsiprrat.rr..' Ac.of is iwe. stee4 i fr -.. HI th.o dNWM, feeoatmie

    any .4*>n '....... hot a* to .......&.. hit It- .ever. titber cwr-oaaS ,* *f aa .gtsL htks the UwiMiuat ...qW supply all ibis .... Du' Ow iftfonaattoo a* they seek sod
    object i IJ *. and 0Q.f IWoIrpow Malt

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    I, ever 1*, to meet every detail of Inquiry as fully find them a cheap luxury,easily grown and no such is not the experience of one only.but many llanted ratty, It >tliuoabl,.. hardier,
    others. If there i. another such place in Florida, Uar earlier, m.re steadily, and is not MI susceptible
    of trouble lost varieties' will commence bearing
    as is p prmible within the limits our ''ranandI I wuJ.lllh to knew it, and with this brief rummunicalion to injury frtwn the many casualties e-f
    I are constantly' {Increasing oar facilities for w in two years as an introductory I will close with the sewn and weather to which the young
    doing. If our correspondents and the cititrni a pmtni e .f more at a future time. plant t* liable. Having a long tap.n-*. with

    at I of the Stale will only manifest their interest in THE STATE FAIR t r. itAKTiioLr time to penetrate deep. into the well broken soil,
    it stands tietter the drought of midsummer.
    Florida Immigration, aDd the work we are do- We cheerfully jive place to the al >ve. Whenwe which has likewise become an Institution of late

    I log by .ub lnUal recognition in tbe shape llf&te we shall again mingle with the family Invited correspondence CnQ.n parts of our years The tendency ct( the
    I of subscriptions t. our paper Wise facilities will circle of oar reader, the Third Annual State Plate w. meant it We work (for FLORID We well known, 'In this ....tropical climate, I I. togo

    < be more rapidly and promptly increased enD Fair will have been held at Jacksonville. believe we have the healthiest State In the Union, to weed, to tbe detriment of its fruitsre.
    l llantcd early, a smaller weed (. with
    When f'artl"t State Fair was projected, and grown,
    + f than now. and wt hope every section will speak plainly\ more fruit especially" in bottom and middle

    I We are engaged in a great work of vital in the time fixed for a mid-winter exhibit>>; the project truly and promptly for itself crvps, the only crop which can lie.. relied upon.

    terest to every citizen or intended' cittirn of tbe had but few confident friends among our ... torn having been planted and the balks
    don own people" who believed It possible to achieve thrown out which is usually the last uf )March
    State, and we hope not only that we of FARMING IN MIDDLE AND WEST the cotton red should be carefully hut taptdly
    like fair To our people
    some good already, bat that we will be enabled, anything a success. put in. Tbt fresh,clean bed just thrown np and
    by their action, support and co-operation, to do : the North the We was atwurd. Colonel Cod. FLORIDA. slightly elevated (in thecenteriit would have torn
    rington then of the >1>r&i .Ipn/ "."*/, and -' ... hollow had the Art two furrows been thrown up
    t much more. for* af Co****-/ a ", '** ..1fertiZirisgl'Lsatisg
    .VneYtrlrr flat) should I* opened. with small scooter
    -- Colonel upper now of the t"t.r id.s a ,
    f fsithful advocate and tAe SNtl-CtJA.t\aii. aft..te.in making a narrow furor of uniform; width& and
    j OUR MAP were among its most depth Into this the seed. should' be
    r ( all plantations, from the smallest, of a few sown by a
    of the fint
    worker The success pared
    careful band thick
    hundred acres, to the Urges, containing lhon just enough to secure a good
    I The map .f the Santa Fe Isle ll.*gion, rubliJbf'J way for>> the scmul, and notwithstanding the excessive sands of at'tn..re found some" portions of the stand If early and the land rough, the seed)

    in our last i issue, has proved I quite an cold of the early part of winter, the success oil better adapted, to the growth of
    attractive feature. Numerous calls for extra of the fair in all its departments surpedour I others. That best adapted' to its most" perfect development bushels per acre If late and the Und smooth
    and in good order from .
    is that which has the jrrcatcst depthof say, two to three bushels
    copies bare already dMne in Th. Live Oak moot sanguine expectations. soil-between the light sandy land and the per acre When the conditions are all favorable .

    1).p''A and the t-*>rlt X.,,,. both papers which At this writing, January 15th, we have notteen stiff close soil with red clay foundation. With -season well ..advanced moisture plentifuland
    the list .f the next fair. butkoo"io of small of land in fine onler-much U .ID..II.y planting .
    rise above mere local matter: *, and i circulate premium the exception, however a percentage<<
    sandy .soil all can lie nape to very thin, but w lib regularity The Plait
    the wealth .f Jacksonville and the the poorest grow
    : nut of th* Stale, have a k"llht' privilegeof (
    largely will lie
    cotton successfully, and sound policy would! dictate "hardier grow otf nn n rapidly, with the
    using the plate, in order to fire the map still great advantages she may derive from the (fair that the best,strongest lands alone should not, chance of obtaining a |pwrftrt stand from first

    i more extensive drcuUtion. The /Torn/a A'YvrLrr *. we have reason to look for something liberal. year after year, be.. devoted to its culture.! Tbt'dtlf''l planting greatly incrcaed. The seed thus carefully

    w bah iti usual enterprising spirit secured While the t"blcare laden with fruits and vegetable in the soil may to a great extent, !Mremedied > ile-oited| in the ground should be covered:
    ; with a Uiard an 'lath and a half thick about
    artificial ,
    < 'lt..mr
    it in time for tbe January number *, and the ball is decorated with dowers I rest, rotation by and manuring. proper right inches broad and. thirty inches long, torelcl .

    and rare plants and the I traveller: are r remembered we should not forget preparation of the soil, and this cannot lie done ly hollowed at the middle anl. hole bored in

    AGRICULTURAL DEPARTMENT the growing InU-reU in improved' stock in our with too much care and thoroughness., If the the center .ne Inch loom the 111'110'1' edge, and

    interior and western counties. We have farmers land b\s! been 1.IAnl"llh.. >....r before in cotton .crewed on a scooter stock Wlwii this i ill draw n
    -- ---- --- --- user th.- (furrow tutu which U rid has born
    -- 'in the early spring' -say about the first i>f Fcli- >v
    EDITED BT D. $. PUACK in .Florida and the fact should not be ignored.We I ruary-the stalks should N knocked, down with "' 1"0. U-ing notched in time middle, covers the

    hope the managers have offered liberal In. a club hich can lie.. readily tione, as the sap by furrow well, .having a slight elevation, preventing
    dutf'lUt'nlanJ, if so, the visitors to the State this time has well dried out of them. If in 'J The Waldo" and Santa .Agricultural Association or allowed to rest, then the Fair will be more surprised the exhibit of improved going over ant the board for distance of fit-/
    will hold their First Annual Fair at all vegetable matter should be carefully removed I
    I I domestic animals, and cereals of our own as it U very ttifllcult to obtain a post l Urn inches each" way from the furrow ..-f.l....
    Waldo February ltd the lop of the tad, levelling it and all
    r production than they have been to sec straw- stand in rough I.n.t removing
    clods and other obMi uclion*. Laving. the tool in
    ----- -- bertirs and tomatoes produced in It is the" custom among succensful firmer: to
    fine condition for first working of the cotton
    follows acres in cotton
    plant as say twenty
    I THE CENTRAL FLORIDA DISTRICT FAIR February. and twenty in corn p aU-*, ('aDC'c.., making The work of planting, < We wish lor the third State Fair a grand sue- forty acres to the mule. Tbe tint work to be h.ie* and plows may ln h .lln giving youngcurb

    I The arrangements for this fair are being matured awl, and we hope every county in the Mate will done Is the preparation of the land, in January Qrsl working. Ik-tore this work i* com-
    for the ("ntl'Thla work is usually acrotu plated, ..oltrntiuien the M-a..m i* favorable, it
    and it is expectedthat
    as possible,
    a* rapidly be alive to her own interests and send live mento
    I will lie" time tti bar
    I plUhed in about three weeks. In the meantime young cotton, which i is done
    the premium lists will be published in time lier. with twirler It is about four inches
    rr-prrsent the Und tn be devoted to (cotton having Ixen a run, say
    i to distribute at the State Fir in Jacksonville carefully cleared fI tall vegetable. matter is ready from the cotton on eat h side i and should
    I Tbe fur win be held on the I'\th.' 9th. lOlb. 11lb.i UNDERDRAINING LAHDS. for the plow. The question of distance now" the water furrow with any graft or
    This like other in the wells that may baie sprung up. Tin i* called
    i and 12th of April. : next at Jainesville. 1..ct.1I come up. every step
    process of cultivating this crop, demands attention batting. and the plow ..h<>uT.I bo run no deeperthan <<
    .4 I who can prepare some article fur exhibition.ACKNOWLEDGMENTS. Elsewhere we five an excellent article on this as it will exercise an ini|
    --- subject ; and we would W- glad to record the only upon the full development" of the plant IJUtupon dle. llrro again tbe..lvaotagrut. narrow rows :
    its successful cultivation It will depindto il over time and a half feet it will" be needful to
    of who have heretofore underdrained
    j experience<< any
    : some exti-nt upon the quality of the land, lout run three instead of two' in under to cover vegeUtion -
    I I l.ioJ in nul't' the North this
    in water furrow, which wmild
    it m.iy be aafely stated that, in the common medium seriously
    : We arc indebted to the following gentlemen practice is quite common and its beneficial fleets lands of this county< Ihew row rJ.out.lllt. dt 1., time just at this. crisis This barring furrow
    exhibition. Mr. .re conceited.. I remember a flat wood" firm ordinarily, about three and a half fort apart. should. be run very shallow, MI a* to allow
    for additions to our ;
    I in Ohio when it was covered. with water six Some Unds willa.lmit of r.llIr.C..t rows, others, the sweep to run close! up and dirt joung,lInn.
    Cauthen, of Putnam county a very handsome new ground which will 1)flIluf't' a bale per It the barring I* close and deep, the" cotton will
    sample of .home-mule augur 1'arson>> Johnson, months in the year and sometimes "Lal..al"b.rd acre five fret II..Is best, ** experience| has fill dow u w hen. < hopHr| <| nut, and the sweep will

    of Putnam county, for a literal contribution o( with drouth three of the remaining months. shown, ecru on the trot Und, except new have to run in themiddle of the row. to get dirt
    .oI.Jt't'iw'n, of arrow-root, of his Corn planted I. tbe mud l usually dwindled. grounds, t., have the rowsnf uniform width\ giving to the cotton. Th lit..* sboukl! bOlt tallow the
    fine oranges, needful distance in the drill an.lln lave thesweep plows ton aoon, but there .111.11.. "ifll< ienl Jeiy
    with feeble e1l
    own growing. The I' rs.ni came fifteen mileto through the summer a lron- *.. adjusted a* to clean out a row with to allow the gras to die thai will be more" or
    attend Agricultural Asaouation. meeting at Whet froze out," potatoes) rolled" fruit tree two furrows, thus insuring a more rapid and le,s coteied up by this. barring process When

    our rtadiiig-r|11. Two furrows witha time. eniHigb has ..1"1..1I| allow the grass to
    and m.i-le .. ," dog 1 fennel and buckwheat. TotUy Iw.nly.indl sweep will clean out entirely a about a WI" I.. -lh. Lows Ih.tti.II'.4! r4tlly| )
    has lived in Florida twenty-four years, row of forty-two Inches This I I. a (mint of vital near, leaving it iu buuihe lh. .I.hh..t the J.oetuO'n
    that form is worth' hundred and dollars
    one fifty
    us quaint.. old-iaabi. d sfieech which" ".< enjoyed iniiort.tiiee.| and should not tieotcrUioked I'.4.. to poesy over for a more careful nl eraiioa.
    by all present Mr. W ;l'arl.hI.n presented I l her acre, for farming |Mirpoe+. t.otln a thorough ton is a crop which derives great benefit" from The casualties to young cotton are an g restas -

    u* with a uandrime deer-skin measuring system of underdrainage the soil has become< rapid cultivation and attention to this (mint is cutworm, lice, sore shin. fron careless hoeing
    I warm and) friable" seldom. tot wet for the plow vital, Another argument in favor: of narrow .11.11.)lo wing -that 1 am thoroughly of f>f>ioit>n
    The" capturednear
    six fret from tip to tip was" rows, even In post strong land, is, that ctwrience | ,that U sluKild not I be briNiglit to a stand' Inn ear
    Waldo, and weighed, I 125: |punt. To Ir and never" too dry for a healthy !gruwthof vegetation prove that the danger of a careless ban ly.I The work buiuhiuK: by loins Laving been

    perry for a vicious-looking wild cat of enormuus It is a Get that such soil, thoroughlyunderdrained in cutting out too many of the young plants is ttuinhed. the plow, having given' corn secoad

    proportionkilled. in AlaUuiA county MrJoseph pla4e tbe farmer comparatively far greater. than leaving too many .' the plant plowing" :. arc now ready to work coitus a second
    advances" to the of time Thia .N don with a solid steel.
    .. maturity preps thinning sweep
    of if
    fine rorimen ..1 independent rein: or sun bine. And this *
    I of (iainesviile.
    Voyle. ; a ; out can eearriei<< | on at earl Inietng, until the twenty' ladies wide, and well adapted' not ugly
    am>w-piot starch. !Ir I I". H Turpin. a Irurn"inllal true of other Mate, why may it not !I. in eons branches of the sulk slightly interlock: earl It, kill grass always incidental in cultivating a

    drugin-i; only a few. month fn>m I
    ville, Kv. and settled on Santa Fe lake, has 'nWoiltifo as our are now it in not likely that In left sudicH-ntly IliM k to cover the ground url...e work This should\ be run time
    of latre sums of money will be lnve.t ie..1| in The distance.. the row are to be alert| (lieingdeterminnl to the young itittvn that ha hero barrel
    placed) on our table some very fine specimens very upon the next step is Ui list the" Und and cbo|'|Mil, siding It carefully putting lack
    the Wilson strawberry dra.ning; yet it would pay well on many small with a long srouter' running iu th., w tier furrow the dirt taken away by the bf"' and cover*

    .larm we could name near Jacksonville and if the 'laud l ides I IM-CII iiUnlnl in cotton the log up any grass that may I.! aiming ",), taking
    other cities, and along the line of railroad where I'rnIOlu.yur. t'|"" thi ut( slmuKI be thrown rare, also. that time 'furrows' Up in the mkkllt of

    STRAY NOTES FOR THE MONTH. truck finning" engaged in quite estenoively a furrow" on rack si;'le, ..-illa. cast twister, routing the row, else grass will lie left to grow and get s
    about forty cent, and doting the work nioretbonxigh pood headway, | efi>re lien return of the sweeps
    The wiiwlom of the (projectors of our railroad than slit1 1 turning. i>(low" rotting three The hoe ahuilM now follow with more care, I
    all that
    At this writing, January mho we have may yet lie seen, in locating their lives through dollars.. These furrows touUI! lie run dow to allowing. time for the gras covered by sweep to I

    c.nnlelllf" desired, evenf a .Florid inter We and ncuiio large tracts of 'lands which are as the list and ,thrown up into a sharp ridge; for die, miming the bunches to two and three I

    I b 6A1! a trw tall night in IrwerIwrsaud a few considered! almost -Oflhl...**. With the reaon that ball letter appear, hereafter. and talks clearing the drill of grs, Ar The hoes
    white (fro.ta this month, -none, however, to {prevent yet proper{ .left for the rains ''gently settle, thus Insuring an DOW .Lays no other work till fodder.pulling time,
    drainage the "c,1>rt-M swlunpw" Florida. : are early eselatK.u of tlir wed seat a belter sUndol and sbouM.. |pass over a* often as i'| *tble, stir-
    ti/ tlra.. anal
    tie blooming re. many ;gi kl mine, and thoroughly cultivated' would the delicate young Plant The object of I Iwtiug nag the aftun.l..luf1DIC the cotton to a stand

    other cultivated and wild dowers.11'Iik pay tbe N"tHHt..l debt with a *<- MIItr i* two-foM, -to break snore thor and replanting the ms! ..inr hill Their duty is
    the Urmers in the North and West are ... OMghly the lUll| .0.110 give i greater uniformity to not su much In dirt the cottvu .. In keep it free
    .' mud I..oUnil and cannot m 've I heir crop* or the width ol be row NIUIA U/tners are opIXMH > ot !grass and perln-f tli. .'."dfl'. mule Imp".
    A HEALTHY COUNTRY. ..I I to running thin Lot furrow with ncooltr, tail wurk
    ..! wi iettt. our
    |ttotct them (Olin the storms people arguing that the cotton rill. twit rgin togro The 100uw Itands. having UH! fiy errneaa, now
    are I'.jU) IUI: sunshine awl shuwrra, and ('1e*'UAmlt IUuim. Manatee Co t .tT till its long tap-ruot reaches. bard ground devote their' whole lime In the (cotton Using

    scarcely know what "mud"i*. ( (Wonder if H ever dawned. u..n. them how ike .wee.1.| a* !I. (ore, skiing and gnarl dining

    The straw U rry made its apjiearauc. *" In I>' r.a' FI.RtlmIrwlakasT Idesirebriefly to (.ottoti ever take a start to grow la the )!miHIM vouog cotton running Just, tWp enough to keep
    ay a few" wimN' illustrative of the advantage* of U4UHH. "bc r.- it i*. iu some (> Crs. slutrten the jtr cwrohrr.: .",.poly .ur the hf'JltitrOU tot slur pwu- this portion. of the Mate. and particularly this feet to bard grounds Powerful, one tap aa.l to -aiily imbibe. the stimulating g-.* of
    pIe a g-"*l |_trii" might tie h*. if your journal .. not like too nn.l that cotton stilt there must baveS the alnxMithere.. as well as to keep down all vegetation

    or ._nkh. ...1 a liberal wly ut th.leti.i.H*. miav others, devoted. U the intete'ts of ome The attention ot CMJ""1/ra will now be dints hiss rapid surface work should Iff kept
    Iruit might grace our talde* lrou IKxrtntirr: to (MrtM-uUr kcsh y. amJ. like on* whose motto. etl 10, the I".utl-oj to U 1 rof. the lead forwbicli up by 'both.. ...* and l i.10.. till the U.t days ofuCI
    .* Cto. NMth. young man but d<.o't g'. too far" .ha alrl'a.J1U prrj_re.i 1'ht* work .\ when a ban l can Pick: from fifty to sittjrfnximl
    Jai.a. a general rule l..r tbe |4nt i* wore at i inUtC4ti-s a wrong and gru.s trflecltun upon this done and they are reatly to rowpiHe th. t>rep Ainu per day Then ptrkleg sh *uld

    blew bei than at the ti.rrthtangs air Mill I.tf\iuo l of the Mate To put the matter in aDUUkelL I i ratios of the' Iud fr e>Mt4
    harsgtag sox s..1' 1.-. sa t.._-r.w. 't",nuy. I woW a.k their partie. who thus sb wki BO! !. done. prosper, a cotton toil gra*. even if extra blur has Ui brrm4oyet| | It la ins' '
    aad w> far are they from 'imWiC i.j\&r.-1 by the bd.44 to deride tbis" JiortK.a of tb. Mat*. What would all soar uiU>.* sustained la not
    a-lvantages ,4 mod sod climate d<> their much with the t'"* mater are t a row a upon thi early pwhi0g vigorously forward the picking: uf this I
    c:<,ld that they are imwotia w fllUl.y all the vauli.*J *eclioi>* [* >*" that we .bav not gut: list ai4eeljr| I Ueakmg" ....t Ike balk that WM' trap Tb moment a .bolt of cotton opens it t>.-
    tune, and will late UIMM.if their sprtgbtlisieMdsirtsw .bere Tkey ciia r..d Uad. *o ; thew itef or .friary ......lh.. A g **!supply They UMW thai ll*y nta nH or.i>,esd frd l*..l. ilb a. llckl eh'. '''m K. '|,- swaddle sow wit wl. ,* .< 'Ih. t 0. > e eau'. tlii lira it

    tfcottbi be left .... tfc* trrra fi.r fsrmly useUrHfT .u 'i we-sal l t cia. t.'tl cr, w|IM ti .Me y ih.. i.l .i*. u..i dw..l I .ii-w wen", tfcr.<*u ... .1110 .... ti.e r "..oj I' i.au<1. > fB4k be crop
    rant. soot.. dar* *ol-tbat e raise the I........ Imtc.oomwoul. I .fc..r|> not,.., a* dire:&.dl), uu.. whisk t.. sow. tl.eM ......... nf ihi IKH j.n k M .>.it m lime. In prevent
    Tit tknnfty W 'to*oaH aU m the tpriwad' laoara. ...etto0 tae.app'IC. g"ava.fruU 'I I..J 1.M f*.ur uf early i4ant4 ..g-- MV. BWgruwstd. .INM It ,U ..*. Ui say thai e1- U>wrer. who ,
    m I hcrwhr t and Jatry.a.4 will" also b. pl. Mifar..a... Tart..t.a. pew ss. d.'n. sod msaywh4t nrt ol lamb.. crab| t.. truss the |i*.Ja44wl tIC make **9bt IM""tli" n 4 gather more than .
    Irtac for cant. ....... Ar Tfc*. .. .1..' l..optr6J wbtcti' w>...', grow iu these uM Lu .l UMt..l uf Mr< li, to In cu4w4.l..
    gaftttiior has U* raWwge k1IYfr. <..MU..*. Jk.-...,_. slid why. Because it is 1#.. ewidWe eailyTWfw. 4y of Aril and MV lii* seven l f. g ...l ro w Nikon, worth I
    iris lair mm here was ...., left the hem . radakr... ........."' .te all tf r Me "hexZrnwtty Enlists U..u..J thus ,ur. .M| :M".u Juan IB 'I Ute 4>rteulijr ul jfrtii*': a .'**.! owing U ,44th sty UAofrr the g.,e.enl ...*rn has )...( gutteredri

    awl it4 h.44k. 1MethiI. tusaa&U .ikats sadhr I/Ii. .I.a.lsty I+.ealoa. Ike cult of I UH wlU-f toMkcm .salt.ef. eMtw' ..ra..*. lire, At hut l..Me i .. ..v.. haVa Ui toe music Tbs eroj was well
    nwdy. w ..Irt .1 .... witlW'.I iOaMrial. ,..... w ........ that it WM nu ul..r* to rasp wen;* its* way be avuMkxi Ur JrJseru. ".*..wc. UfMt I ..'wr-4.... pi4aaie a lee .....f 11 uk two
    I-. T --.s-tt. camas to.1Ia. tot I .er .. iifc I''td nrplaaiutg& Tile trwii. M.wfeetitet liaise, to pry citr .Ul* i
    t 0..>t.h. ,... .sfr I...... ""-t. AU r....., ,......'* pfw
    .-M very BMrti tf Weir M a caMy. that can i I we' wood welt ar ...... we ant con I wart left Uil w kale*)Of better I qOalHjr the 1 irk bad
    aa4 ..--1... .+t|.*. wW l.e cf.AailjrfcttUtacr anal sad MV. as w* CI..k'...I.. to IIhe A rnawlut ..awdy 'f ti..p' dkUi and lever-<* fcvrf nf may k1.i-8"u: WMkaowe ik4wgh1 the last dsy lf Aterii. which prevealf I !*, t**>l.* givMNE Um M .aai.g ap raoe 1I I II
    ac< UMI then are ..MftUe ....... who I i Ihe seed Iwo pf. BMDMkttaN" UM if.. u'- wi! utMi fruit ,r... he pk.t.di hart ci.ikMM tea y.at asif. ,4. sow 44. bra. I .......,. whirl cheek siiy. sal |,n.*t ... for purlabI (Maps, sad too Mika aeg'** ref l.r w sal
    soy auM sky so Mete Lora. 1IGI..U..c. Ike fatsshat tilt tMWTEag. sad .dart. bee by ao mesas !....(, the utiUae
    ..don sad ym4frs ouw ... ......... vary ..sm .., uw cam r.... tW N'urtli t.Dd .rut*.*! M a ea.." ...t. wl..*cs la UU Mf.ti.a, at lea**, has If ear.4sl lid thawr h .'r'para/aw ttI the I
    411 l tc lUll 1&1<<. Mad I. t44.a.. gourd .......,area. Orr 1114 wtM eui! try. a4 aodetw ass att tit I heewvae aD Isat/lailua ul UM ......." J4KHIC la I&aoI, JmwIstsow. euisrte and raped .aiD' .a,.
    star hua.e sad gel a .tre ds..f ..... Yui rill .I -m.i. .t. I8CItiee km wee. a _Uim.*.t. and ,I" aif<**faJM* -.*.* at Uur every ....... I treelJwwa kt .Le. aU ua.....iat sea .*.*-. ia t



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    making--- this cl'f1'.t. i. none the 'his Imperative rebruanr, and a few in protected spots at early" State, tbe IncreaMt ia a crop of vegetables for substantial ankle and the cost ol manufacture '

    toob-erve mm- care and painstaking. 'In in prep- at the 26th of January, The majority I.ollo tbe first year will more than pay the drainagebill cannot be so great tat that they can be fettered at

    ration for market If cotton I Is put away wet and defile one way and in rows three feet apart tile and I have every reason for believing that spike within the rack of all-even tb.j.e w hoare

    alkmed to remain long It will mt. Injuring the other .\ bushel of gwl seed will plant an acre. it will be more beneficial here than there, atunderdniniog bwildiag with limited meant Hrlrk! from !
    avid M well M the fibre if finned damp, the The |4ant itself It never to Im handled( when wet renders the sod drier in wet weather

    sample wilt be bine and k nappy if no rare it with dew or rail.. The' cultivation it such as to and more retentive of moisture in drY Jarktonviiie. landed at ritber Austin Jc, Cannon'sor

    taken to keep good I cniinn and storm cotton separate keep the soil I friable amt clear of grass and weedt. weather 1'aradotical as this may seem' exprd-[ \I antler's. wharf, cost at'Ut f 13 J per tbou-

    the storm cotton al.ar.11.. the good cotton Any good manure or compost it used! with good I race bat proved it true. sand-a sum so extrtvsjant that many are

    ; if gln-tag, arc allowed to accumulate in the ...O't'd.'f" they are laid by," YtJf'tfTI'OpntJ.' Your cnr""ponlmt.1 Fresco in the De- build their small dwellings witlxiut
    k lint-room and lieconw mite op with the Hat dent has found that a good sprinkling of land- t umber numbiT of the IMMIORAXT. has located obliged to

    the )IOM in one crop alone will overbalance co' t planter around the plants has the very desirable hit orange tree bearing premium fruit near the them reporting to vatkiut subttitutes MioulJ

    of having lint-ro m criled with smooth well i ffrct of lengthening their. fruiting Ka-on. Oit- bank of a river not over three feet above high this meet the eye of practical man, we haven't

    4 planed plank and the trouble of having it ra"" ton seed, fl.u guano and row"lf'Dnlnt," (a kind I water." These river banks are naturally drainedof the least doubt but that a Visit to leland would

    folly swept mil after each parking How rarelew of soiling.) may lie! named at special manure for subsoil) water, therefore if not on the riverbank ; buai ine i-
    s and slovn farmers are 'in their operations, this plant They are usually marketed bushel drain artificially j c. nAttON result in establishing a permanent paying

    A and bow dearly they pay for It tIn I cratea with |*artitkin-the sUtting nailed sufQciently I ..- *.- riJ"... (ireafy IlrraldII .
    clew to I'"f'htbml Wing out It it I
    Riving the above detailed: method nf cultivating -
    the cotton crop it Is not Insisted that it I Italwaya also) the practice to allow the bran to wilt from FLORIDA ITEMS.On ..

    the better mode of culture, or that it twelve twenty hour before crating/ them anda :rr .'I.v'.Ellrr.E.rZ..r..

    should not be modified by the Intelligent former number of the large grower are now building Friday nlbltbe 14th ult.. a very destructive ;1

    to uit changing seasons and different ,nib. It packing.houses for that nurio,e. They pick them : storm visited PeosacoU! harbor. The j 1

    U the one moat usually ,iopted daring ordinary Jutt brf.>re they|lose their it brittlem-M. One hundred damage sustalr.esby the shipping Inters I.t1IUmall'l1 It Florida Central Rail Road.
    seasons on the common ran of land in the bushels per acre an ordmtry crop.
    THE TOMATO at t.,o.IIIJI). .
    planting of large crop to the band. For 'instance
    during. continued wet weather, the sweep is thought to lie, and perhap* Is. the best paying -(kneral earnest, a prominent citizen of Jackson -

    laid aside, and the twUter usonl crop rained. Your correspondent knows men between U..aL $.nrT.1I1t..T'. Orn(1t.Jau'u.a. I
    mutt l. to M toprevent county, lately killed twenty-five hogt, *.
    who realized at the rate of lit hundred dollars .&. KLA., Jiaaary cth, 17 1

    needful to gras make oTerrunning this change. in tbe plow rotton'In no When cat and over to the acre last va on-two ounces ofseniplant fifteen and twenty months+I, which ave' N AXD AFTER Till!* DATE PASSENGER! TRAINSon

    ought the dirt to lie piled up around the .plant, an acre. .\ light friable soil, such as raged 214 pound weight Thee porkers were 0 this road will ran a* follow :

    but the twister' should be run fir enough off to is found around the new town of Fairbanks on of the ordinary native breeds. Lease J.rk.osvtlk .. 3. Jp. m
    Waldo and Gair.cs- . .. .... .. ..
    the Transit IUilroadl between l>r.'. M bttc louse p.
    allow only' tbe slightest quantity of dirt to fall and elsewhere 'In the is best suitedto -Mr. KenJaminS Llddon. of Jackson county, Lean lUldwtnOla .. ., ., ... &usp.m
    around the joung cotton or 'it will fire It, eau,- till county, paid us a short visit a few days tince. He report Lran IJarb.m. . .. ...... . .. SMp.rat.l5p.n
    ing at mucb Injury as the graM. The work of their perfect: production.: As to varieties, experience Lean pt..dmo.. . ... ............ ..... r
    the drill 1 clean Ix-longt to the hor. unless so far favors Hathaway's Excelsior aa many new settlers arriving in West Floe Leave .t< .. .. .. . .. .11.53... m I
    keeping/ this . .. ...... . 745p- j.
    the moat suitable variety for planting in sec.lion : Arri.tlAh'UJ m
    tbe graM ia small enough to be destroyed by tbe the ida and speaks encouragingly of the (1nJ'(1'rtlofthat Levee Lite O.k .. .. .... .. .. .. 3.U.. m
    light quantity of dirt thrown by the sweep each It I. found to be early to resist attackof section of the State. Arrive at Tsnabaeeee' . .. .. .... SMa.ta I
    time going over the enemies the tomato family, to stand Arrive a' Aitwc* . ... .. ..... .. a 3th a. III
    shipping well, and that it seldom rats when! -Mrs. Madcleti has sent to this office m.'of'Dew Arrive at "t'snanak ... .. .. .. *4<> .. m
    Again, when the land I U close! and hard even This correspondent' found Irish from her garden r-.k.. .. .. .. .... ........... 1.la p.M
    after thorough '(1rin.i..klng., the plant becoming hoc green. your potatoes, freshly deg Lea,. A1Mey .. .., . .. teen p. m
    and doe not grow off "'well it should to be the unanimous testimony of all) the growershe This demonstrate that our citizen, by o ing Lan TW.ha..ee. . .. ....... .. Stop m ,
    be puny sided with hovel and the middle had the pleasure of set-ing. The time adoptedfor Iwsee Live oak ... .. .. .. .. .... ....... .. .. S4a.m
    closely a seed planting U early in J.uUA'l-(1rolt'cted proper efforts, can have all kinds of vegetables lean Lake Clty .. ..... .....,. ...A.lla.n I
    broke out with, a twister. This second breaking from to December.-MmtisrUo (Middle Lean IH..t.... . .. .. .. .. .. . '.05 a. m
    of land, whose to pack, will be sufficient places are selected: for the mrp| *e. tome prepare January Lan i'aadrn.os. .... .. ........ .... .. .. 1..1L III
    and the after-cultnre should lie light and cold frames. and uv U..nI) great advantage. Floritlt) CoMHt>*, .11 wt Inn iHrbyrtlleLrare ... .. .. .. .. T.Sla. ns.lSa.m
    At Orange City and Armlondo heating manure, &1dla. . . .. . .
    upon the surface. And when 'Improved methods used both fur -The Lake City nrjter mentions a man a Leave M kite llo MArrlveat .. .. . ". 3a. m
    ate to lie used. as manuring and sutwoiling, this glue, and oiled sheeting are Fairbanks protecting resident of that county who besides raising/ a Jckoi>viUe . .. .. .. .. .. . '.:1LIII
    I Iran cold and fur fi'rrinlt.t
    first lit should be followed
    by a sltoTcl openingit Furman \ l't't4D1. Colton & hon, Whitesides, superabundance for home consumption, made rensreti at IWldwIn with A.. U. A W. I. T. K R. from
    wider and deeper 'into which the manure (any Cedar Key ldne.vllk sod K,rn.dlna; at Lake City i
    kind of manure pays on cotton, from tbe costI table A Co., and others use .guano water, twupotIoll. five barrels of sugar, seven barrel. of syrup, GOO: _It""e/.. P. Jt M. K K. for TaItehaM, Alt .., and ,
    I commercial fertilizer to the top anil and for- to the barrel-watering/ twice a week.It busbelt of corn, and 18,000 pound of Sea Island Savianah. and i' fists >rtb and ,,"nt at JatktvavlUewiib
    is simple and sandy done, and will doubtless" M. John IOn t.'n.
    eat leaves of the farm) i*deposited.! Upon this list
    succeed under their skillful bands. From cotton to sell, as the product of a three-horse CHARLES IIOLY E9.
    furrows with twister thrown present Gent .
    two at before repettatesdeut.Atlantic
    f'rOtlpt"Cl. Fairbanks will soon be noted as (arm, and. beside*, killed sixty-three bogs. .
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    only they are with a long scuoter run in
    the same furrow, *uboiling to a depth of seven the great fruit depot of the Transit Hrailroad.Mr. -" In a garden WucktonCaL, there are several -

    Inehet. Vandeveer and n"'Iber.1ate of New Jersey. orange tree, besvilybden with fruit. Onlyone and Gulf Rail Road.
    It .It of prime importance observe great car and an experienced nurseryman thirty years
    will lead uff'u' C. I>. of the treet bore fruit before tbily"r.! Tbel'lgt
    in saving good seed, w hich. in all a.lhould ,
    be selected. from bottom and middle: crop*. Cot. Furnun (tea founder of the place)). Ute of Iliuoift. ) of the orange lend the branches. so that _w -

    ton should not be allowed to heat nor the teed In orange and eaches. and Judge Ces.oa, the twigs hang; dos n like weeping willows. The I GENERAL +CPF.RIYTESUE\Tporrict, i

    to be put 'In large pile unless thoroughly dry, (Ohio,) in peaches, plums and sand prart&c."c.; other. pn..entalx.'auliful 'i It'.:I.cle." Such "|.i tacles i ATLtNTICttG1LF R.'ILRU.&IJ. V0AVA9INAI

    else their vitality will be impaired. !Some' menalways Iruils such as blackberries, banana in Florida.A January, 197H.!! )
    will also be largely cultivated. Si; al.. all nuta are very common
    have the luck to have bad. stands-the
    and after SUNIUV. January 6th, Passenger
    dirca..ion.Wbt'u number of settlers from Alabama
    Niiublc to the climate Excuse large new O
    trouble in moM' ca-tes 'if traceable to want of I Train on tbtt road will run as follows :
    the tomato plants are up several leaves 'in Jackson
    proper care InatteodingIntheir need. S-ed I" hot arc locating county. Many NIGHT EXPRES3-,.>
    vitality hat been impaired will\ germinate, but high they as a rule, are transplanted from theseat have rented and others purchased land for the Leave ? \annah 4.1& PM
    bed to another cold frame!, or protected spot, I
    will soon stands.dwindle' and die mil, a prolific can** of and set in bed about three feet wide w ith two purpose of cultivating/ the soil. This i I. a fine Arrive Jrsop. 7.10 P V, I

    poor or three 'inches intervening between the plants. farming section: of the Sue and we hope before Arrive Tnomatllle 5.30AM
    I that 'it pant I
    am f"U"lr opinion pays only Arrive at Bainbridjje. H.10 A)1
    tbe beet improved .....1. It is sheer fully to plant After growing in thin their new home several many yean to see these western counties thickly Arrive 'J.W A :M I

    old-time ...' Times change and the seasons weeks, they are again tiaotplanted into othertoed. populated with a prosperous community.We Arrive at Live i30 A M ,
    have changed with tbf'm.'bat it to be done similar to those just mentioned. The distance Arrive at Jacksonville . ... .... .. .. VISA M
    must lie done) quickly. If drought dears not between the plants at this transplanting is plucked tbe other day a limb tram a tea Arrive at TaJlalw se*.. U.3O A M
    of the Earl in which has been for fifteen Leave' TalUba *ee. ZJM P M
    overtake it the will. The idea it governed by the size plant plant growing/ years I
    caterpillar to March transferred to the field. It is Leave Jacksonville . .. .. .... .. .... 3.4.\ PMLeaveLlvetUk.
    plant! seed that will make rapidly and make a : they post in the garden of Francisco Moreno, Esq It .. V.40 PM I
    makes tbbardil'r
    great deal) and the employment of extra I labor toget claimed that frequent!' transplanting down when loaded was originally from China and was sent to Pen- Leave' Alban 2.SO PM
    and leas liable to fall
    it out without delay. sacoh from Washington the late 8. It Mai- Leave BAlnbridee!. il.1 PM
    similar that of by
    )1 ly experience is, that the best variety" of improved with fruit. The field culture it ) Leave Thorn v le. 7.tq P M i

    seed .is that known as Kimpon's Prolific. corn, noting in buying and plowing. The Tory, then in the United States Senate. The l.C'a.eJetiap.' . . . .. .. . .. 5.45 A -M '
    combining lioth the qualities, of Dixon and Petit rows usually are four feet one way and three feet shrub is twelve or thirteen feet<< high and Is as Arrive at ravannsh. S.40 A M

    handful of fih in the hill, well incorporated
    bat if abundant guano and Savannah and Albany.
    equally) at great, not more.
    fruitage, is hardier and will grow and bear till with the soil., a fortnight before placing forest-7V *uxi&* GauUtAn I'Mfteogers from vaanah for Tallahassee and

    front always providing" the irrepressible caterpillar the plant it ia found will materially increase enthusiastic railroad meeting was heldat Jacksonville tale this train.
    tbe kid and hasten the maturity of the fruit p4..enerrt from Savannah for Brunswick and
    dUd 'in | j Orlando the site of Orange
    put an appearance.Good county county on Darien tale this train
    Other fertilizers such as stable manure, cottonseed arriving at Bruntw kk at 10.10
    crops often follow from poor preparationand used the Tin ult It it proposed to build a railroad P )(. dilly.1'assengers.
    composts, soiling, &c."c., are with I
    wore culture, a. not untrrquently to 'induce laving Macon 7.35
    at A. M. (dally J )
    U it extending from Orlando to tome >ointon Lake
    sucrata, The fruit gathered just as |
    the belie!, even on the part of intelligent planters varying connect at Jeop with Ibis train for Florida.
    that there it a great deal in luck after all. begins to ripen-show a 1I'III.h c-a..t. It is then Monroe, which will afford transportation facilities Paut'D&t'n'rom Florida by hit train connect

    but, in tbe word* o( suorrWul planter. the..e wrapped. in paper and packed bushel crates for via the M. Johns river to Jacksonville by Jesup -Ub. train arriving in Macon at 5.10 P. }1.
    market. From one to two hundred bushels is (daily).
    the renulls from the accidents of and
    are season,
    steamer, and aloe a Urge section of
    not the due reward( well-dircrtrtl culture ; a deemed a p.td yield ir acre.!' You may look open up No chance of ears between Montgomery and
    "cuke" and melon already of the finest JackiontUleiullman .
    the producing
    drawn Irons again which thereare for something further on country some
    |Itrile a lottery
    many blanks; a demonstration of the futilityof | in the next A TTIIK oranges and fruit to be found in the Slate. We from avanaali Palaces and Sleeping Jacksonville Cars ran through to and
    -*** ; alto through
    all the best.laid schemes of man." hope to see this road completed at an early day. tiWjHr from AtUnta (Ji, aDd Montgomery s.,
    UKDESDRAIKINQ LANDS. to Jark. FU.Nocbauge .
    IL n'R5"l"I.l" onvlllet
    -The steamers Big Foot and 0. (Junby Jordan 1
    .- of cars between Atb&ta and Jack onvlllc > -
    .ArALACHiroLA" January: If78Kn on tbe t'batUhuuchce river are doing a .

    TEUCK-OROWINQ IN ALACHUA COUNTY. Fuuuuv I iMMiciKtMT : In a communication Urge business and have all the freight they can Connect at Albany with Passenger trains both j
    a of mine kindly published 'In the Decent- ways on ftoutbwrttern Railroad to and from Macon -
    ln. Fumtnt IMMIUHAXT Your you carry. Colonel Allen Receiver of the Jacksonville EnfauU,
    : cdrrr'pndent I Montgomery, Mobile<< New Orleans
    tier<< numt..rnl'lbt' I rf V IURAtT, promised to givea etc i
    some days ago organized) himxlf into a the low IVntacolaand Mobile iLailnadfully appreciates
    : of underdraming; pinelandt
    steamer leaves
    committee ul'une lor the expres* purpon e i>f pry along thUcoat, so writ atUpted to orangeculture. the importance of working up a businessby gund BainbrUlge for ApaUcbleola
    every ) afternoon for Culucubu
    ; Wednesday
    fog 'into the bu of the every
    vrgrtable growing. me s
    with the one exception the subsoil that river and it arranging: fur more boat norninz.Clo .
    county, believing useful information t for publication
    water line U too near the surface. .e cop section at Jacksonville
    He will also add to the wharf and will daily (Sundays
    might secured. Well he f.Kind soon
    thereby : The flrt fI'f1ui..atf'will lie to find an outlet or line excepted) fur (;Jrr 'n Cove >i>rinc\ *. \alU.UDt',
    moth that was suggestive' of the different Hays for a main open ditch not h.a than three feet in erect comfortable, building for tbe accommoda PaUtka F.nterprUe, and all undlnpi; on :I. John
    of doing, at well as thinking, bctwern turn and tion flf river
    ,1f'(1I1I-"ur I feet it U-iier, the numenics small 1>a's'DAt't'r.-.n. improvement much
    much that was 1 practical and worth rrcordiug. stream crowing...e pine lands may be utilized neededFkandau. Train oo B. and A. R. It. leave Junction going
    LAST lEtk'a CHOP west, Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 11.14 A. M.,
    amounted to cnlyUht thousand f.nir hundred for that purpote. The underdraint<< may lead into -The to Dance* ,>l Jaikon county in West and for Brunswick Tnefrday, Ttnrtday and Saturday
    this main at right angles therewith they should at 4.40 P M
    and eighty; crates, and I eight hundred bar have wore incline tn the direction of the main Florida, during; UK? j ear l77, have been admirably -

    rtls of vegrUMe*. There w .' al o, Bitty the one incb in I tin) feet will do very well. The managed by its prevent county officer The A'COMMOItTIUTRAItL

    thousand melons' "hip|" xL grade of the bottom mutt lie uniform throughout for 17.J -. TERN Dl1'IrIlN.I.adry. -
    t 1'\rrATuL1IRtsu.it expenses were .41101 ; for 177, |3.ssMUl w'-ild..)

    is generally ('onmI.llh..I Irish pstatselseil, !) or if incread mu t be toward the main -*bo" Mi; a saving of |4S'+I0?. Tbe Arrive Le'aDnah... .. -WA M
    I and w hen mcrraed must not be ajain dimtnirhetl Mclotocb. !I.'O A M
    It) beat advantage the last of May and first 'fJane. i otberwiv, the force> of the current dimin- saving ia lUecvMtoi ciimiaal pncoitjoos daring Arrive at J..ar. . l* U p M

    I It take from eighty, to one hundred days i hcd,, sand w ill be uVjwwited., obstructing tlw the sane year show an equally god exhibit .Arrive at bcar_ :.3Oc
    fur them and whk-b. \rri'eat
    to grow mature, sutpgnts Duimnt. 7.10PM
    ; that the first of March U the pro iwr| lime to {plant drain boards will Luc viz : Juror and witnesses. spring and fall term! Leave UopoDl. :5(1) AM

    them lor prwfli Thi Early: HIMKail 1) lioud. *Heart rt for Jlee.conductor or cyprr To make a n-ction of many conduclrr 17G, fS;l47.li jurors and w lines**, spring and Leave Fttirk.kar... ?. V.15 A M

    i rich IWrUAc' succrcd welL The |'t'I"ra| y to tie UK at the bottom of the dash<< roll term, I";". FSlkuu-lwwing a saving of 1 l.rmneJrnp.MilMwtU.. 11% PM
    lion of lie sal! and the culture mustIf Il 1"'lbonaub. ... :..1rf
    I the soil>> ts light ridtfes will detrimentaL nail a six-inch board on the edge of a tive-ineb, $3.1"'i'.U We hope other counties in the StateN \rrhe a& ..... ... 5.30 p M

    I Oq web high....Is a light mukbing prove with form the third side of a triangular drain by nailing B! b* able to prweal u goad an exhibit of their WF.STEBX DIVI. 10Ni.J.... t.,*j Jft L)

    leaf woukl or other litter bbi bly advaatageou slat acrtnM two fert apart this open slatted financial affair* at Jaiknoa! hat doa<<. Leave\rri".a'\Uapoat aIdu.p. . . ..... 5.2U .\ V
    the bottom ol the ditch.
    situ|.1.0 W UK on "1.' !/ AI
    I to land as welt as tberron New I**in RUM !k Ian Or Arrive at Qt uDaa. .
    form fill the !
    Make enough the same to krgtth liuri.ourn'enseaoeI4eiiversngaco e.>e J )?H A M
    will make them without ...
    I any manre ia tins of town and La.l.4'PCbt'f and Arrive at TW>cuA vUie.. l.li P M
    ditch Uy oll
    mr I U-ctare ta
    y TalUhawr
    oC bt- ..... on tae Uth ult under Arrive at .. .
    \ way minumt. They ran "e <<. 10diKtxl Ml the ditch These drains I shooU be. if po. Wr. f1.t&) P M
    no aliuiikt any s....L.ur ..' fn..I..tUJ..tI and the ..t| CMMfacotMaitUeeofyoua Mra Thefirst Leave Scs.t \f
    I three" and a half fret blow the surface. as Leave
    bat stvo a tine jirki from the irr Ilkt. JM kUuJ thrr four "k-'t'r do of the ..m s. WI Ta jeiprocal I Iodll4ODt-c TaomatvHfe 11.OO A W
    I with the s.Mi.taiicc of a few |<'*.'lso( .ubtemanure near each ai may Leave C MUIM. . . . . .. .. 1.'e.; p M
    I and) a buhr| i< wmuna ..kAll to 11w. acre. tatter la ...... very retentive t.I..r i The siresoul of la* lh...... aad Iatr.al WerUs ia tae 1)- leave \ablest.. . . s. p M
    form here jpvwi{ wiH rewire ODe foot if Arrive at D > . . .
    alkali o>tuii.t nitkv a g\\ wndu.'r for velopwcat of Mind aad tae FunsMtioa of Char i eai . . &I5PMII.
    I..htor toearfc fad m length I" drain. The area J. Tio
    lUi K1<<. buUt ladifidaal of TrsatimnalUn u.
    I UioiuiKh iMrclrrtrd MIl)
    uup. They arc 1M4f. Nitiuoal
    td cocas ec4iw* U ....110 l twelve and a w'" was
    : krtnl, ia crairs and I..m-.... The latgeoncstmlyabwlld lt *.*l t*. w.ills a > l *. 11A1NE*.
    '"tQA,t* iaci.* At kmr ttsk.p+art t k lineal fret gnat d ial fwt by a page .a -!" e' ..ernllslvelwtea .t.EnrTtIlJ .
    I br {Nil ItQ..w. The .-all USMT are krfiii .
    requirret .
    will he to drain rate acre 1AMt., .. appntriste aedienee.. TIw ik elorhi..W
    : at Uxue lof use locfit ,<( IW p.j. fare in will .ka ta didwetM places. I..xio>el
    iaadHing W strictly raj. M eti Uf\UIItW a. barkrUt pre vary basxtrrd price frrt a. 1'IfWe'' ; liccta**ra** ak sorest ia waa at <<)Oft atseacthe ud t_ I b riirija Sili4 Raid
    +satoes torn Hail buck Ulwre en.tNche. 'while tar below
    or tmeltnarkei. .
    they ibi.U
    M) crU prr vial. sad the aasK toting Iles. a sad WM a ssaslet TUE PIMM anlor: THEFruitGrowers' Pt.oIUIU
    Last..a..ia they aukj at ft*** varytag .Ih., M J* ceats per ..... Tle earn ...... |MCacn. Iy...... W. only wish *, tiI..'.. cot otlta
    five U, .. ..IUrt
    sues war |--r Wrrrl
    uwaRr ahaas&The '. witt toa4 tasss. chars aad tear. m UV un c..U kite the Association

    'baa (.uiac or Wl&pt ts .net idea II i.es as rwy f_ ..... aW tlasl 4 S( hr aria ., a aM -"N 1t t af It-tiaiai to ai a. t ,rtjayata assay v.._
    .tT *>
    I one fill Me paying rru|<-. The Suw )lelbarlansl J, Ml.ty ".fc,,. tof .d a,+MaNate 1,0"c... th'l. ruts

    tt are the IMfta& bandy. and. ....., u..i.e'Ilie L.yta;, ........ aM I... ....,.... ni th c.. t w ptws.d ........ur Ca J4 W""HI! a ......... ,
    "Mia iluraPttlOE .
    lirt l..art. .
    > 1'situe ausl s IIW o'iee. aft' slwt a ieU.v It\ i't I'y' esglut Papa
    Total H4Ptk psapret gtalye "U
    I +'Cs4II e4IJ.d HlJrf4 bran twsafbyhill sew uar ow a

    tnt brom istme MoMy ..... m f' They 4uW eudas..tsi.plg psrwe lie baa..ial W aif kde .......I cloy lush *t ar totl, are t. be n t'E1T, 1"', 'T.fttIn

    I WHO to br Isr sly pLanted her M the IMP,,'" uf ffuwia ttt aU ..... a. ia list No tlirsas : Uu.1.i taw vkviaui Mut.aW. air \\nt a tirlr
    AUtNaVU fuWLJ:. 1.a1.-...._"', FU


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    \ I ARC IrpIiirLl: "..\1.00. KLA. STEAM

    .... And Consulting Engineer JII.x. I L'G.fit:; 1'rtle'ih" ". Saw and Planing Mills

    Ni 3 Vest t Bay St. JACKSONVILLE fLA. The \Vfk lli>ue i* titaalrd linmedlaltty oo the
    EXPRESS, r.'$ E OF.R AND MAIL TRAINS line "r the railroad from Frrnaadkna to Cedar Key, KUiAVIU.K: :, FLA.

    I i \ M IoU... : A r o. Ik/e 7th Atl at the ....,..*, point la the celehraled and bran. -
    tine! rants ft Lake Kectoo. Tall pptled with .
    i iiOINtl SOUTH.! (At"y, 5-i.>' rrcTXni ) all the dcHcoefc of the _...... TW lion*. U III&la *. "f'KI, Proprietors.

    P Leave Fernandlna. MO AM FoxS Lle popular place of rrwort for intalkl and Hea. reaceaer -

    Leave Baldwin .. . . ... .. V :35 A. M. *. Term moderate U per Jay and flrt per -
    Lea*.*Urkt.11.30A.M. wHI.:1: We respectfully announce' W our frt reds and the
    bate (ialoetilt. t.U P M. xMle generally that luting *e 'ureU tb* ..crvtreavi
    LeaeBron 3.4.r, M. A LON(? ESTAUWllEI> crnugrtratDraulhtsmel

    Arrive M Cedar: 11:',. &10 P M. Coleman House
    CUSTOM TAILORING Arcbitfdi andwe Meckaelce.
    ''r COINO NORTH, (/Jottl). ds.J.ycnt4td.y BUSINESS
    : NEAR LARK $'ST.FE, are prepared II t ....'Im". on and contract for the
    Leave Cedar Key ImA. \(. With all material and arl..vslla-, bundit\C 01
    } LeateBronann. 908 A. )C.Ln. WALDO FLORIDA.
    .. f; alat"llyUl' .. . ... .. 1LH A. M, ('OI"IUllt of Cloth, Ca*aiml.'n'tl. two )(..entartlarIBIt : DWELLINGS,
    Leave 8tarke. 1.''>> P W.I Sewing.ntachinea, and one new Iron t Afitx Mr W n '
    t.'tI-aCli. laki
    Leave Baldwin. S.'O ... V. /inn to her friend :thai .be la picture la furibbelegsnt Coltaies Factories Betels Public Edifices
    I Jlninc vn la buIDC In the beautiful city of .prepared
    I Arrive at Femaadin, . 714 P VI, ,
    TalUbaM'o for a nuabt-r of year and rtijojid apartment( to those who desire a winter

    i Close coonrrtlon al liainetvllle with ,c.t.rer brio cu.tom rare opportunity I* otf.'rt d to a good home in the plcaaanl illaee of U"ald., Florid 4r.&r. t
    practical tailor with a mall nptt!. For t.-rm apply Tbe laMe I. b.'aDClr.IIUI'4ittl, and everything
    Tamp and Newuan.tlnl, and at Cedar Key. with to IL LBOIAKD. TalUhaa, FU SMSTOVES required for Ihe cowfurl of guests wilt be. prwtidnLWrite .I any lariat *crt iN.. hjr the ..cterl railroad and
    I steamer* for New (Orleans, Key Vest Havana aid for term ? .tewntmal line
    Tampa every Saturday.Steamer .
    for ". Mary, Bruniwick. tt.ulI..b andCbarlevlon !
    << leave Fernandina Tne
    day. I). E. MAXWELL, lap'tAt own lumber, we are enaMed lo nlfer very liberal Inducement .
    I I f>K4LKM IH a. tu TEnlSIt qLtT.t'

    ; 1:1'Itl/p111.1'r.%: noi'1:1JACKSONVILLE. : .. MATERIAL
    1 General Merchandise

    T.\1.1.\II.I.: EE: :. PLRll1.1. And lnf..rniatk>n furnished 1 on application.
    < II. EDWARD: C 0 rRtrxtRTr, .. ... ;

    I r.Parlor.
    WM. H. SLATER \\'.. have" also mad e'tcnlve addition to our
    PLtMMl: MILL and will continue a, .."...
    lUten, 1150; )>er IhJ. }1nt and keep In t".eW a fall .t..r..r"i
    rtpeeta- Framing and KlnUhlnc I.lIm'.-M-mldlng' (track-:
    Gold and Silver Watches, In, H.lii.ler*, tl< kets. Miinslr. Laths, A...
    O.u ln\t..IIO..I:' :.

    : CORIR' CALIIOI AM LrTiTTt $!ti azi KU, July I, 1M7 1-R
    Solid{ Slier .
    A 1 r ,t; I'lateil Ware, :Mu ie lime.

    T..LLAU..u. : : : FLORIDAMIW. Clock, and 1'ocLrt Cutlery.
    For Salo or Exchange.

    k niche*, ('1_". and Jewelry Meatly lee.paired ..
    k, j SIIE.\, PROPRIETRESS. and ".rr....... ---
    Cooking Heating
    1 An fends n-."... //'!.. KrpmrmttJ
    The Ur.t i>f EvcrjtLin; at Moderate lUte. SUGAR PLANTATION
    Tau.a.*.*... Fu

    ThU boae i il totaled one Mock east of the Mite
    Tin and) Sheet' Iron Ware, Rooting, (Jot-
    Capitol buildlac, and _\within abort di,Ui rc.>f the antI New York Store F?r ..'located No'tbern t>r'>|>ertv a 2,4* >acre
    teeing Repairing.Special
    btlthtr. portion of the city lyll'I1 ; traclon AltLINUToS. RI VEIL: IURlD\l
    --- attention rltn to Painting Tin Koof mile from Jaa< 'l.ontille by land. nine inllca by

    ,. 11117'1:1.: with patent Fire proof Painta. IIAI.VKSVIM.K: :, n.X.. water atntul KMauca rlf'ttr..l.( 1l1)scrrsrkh alluvial .
    ( wear land twelve feet above high water
    J. F. WELLER tint In the State balance. riR : TALL.\IIAS, KLA., BRYANT 8c CO. ftnnlni: land ; clay aub.ll thrnaehoal a rare

    WILLUM P. SLUSSEI PKOFRHTOR. MONROE BUILDING. TALHIIAWEE:, FLA banra for a *|>e -uUionU<. !ltIt acre fronting

    whtORANGEGROWING- --_ -- (Formerly .., :New; York Ittylartlc > 4Mi I.tt. libiMiiK, .>|iwMiia Drayton aland 3i
    4F I acre In and *lj This LiRe Hotel baa Utely been tborougbly, reno- lalendla l.i .rttlr I. Ibl Mrt of Ftortda ranoHuia Suinler Tillt-alnatl ''-' .('TrT.t rEltR.T..lddrea ,
    .... .. .
    rrrrrthtmt ItaMe (K farm h Hieb h| IBFhirkU
    total and placed In complete order for I IA at reaxmable |>ctrr.. HOi V II CAMIMIELU
    of --- VI f .1..00'11I., }'LL
    i the reception the tray -
    C &u. C.Itlaruan, 1mi4rut.
    I dUo,; publicA Nil. r. FlKMILU l II H. I..t., C. W. CARRETT
    I t. c1........ Iwnlar7 ,
    'JI T.CL.T.: .\ U: AND ATTENTIVE ,
    Ii nuts* toHARDWARE

    I TaIlab_Me ia located-in one of the root beautiful I The Santa Fe Canal Co. a4.II., IHMMU nLtSf) AND TINWARE.,

    ftectlun of Florida and offer* ,ul| erior sttractiens .. .
    I j I to the Invalid and pleaareerkrr.CO1 t j I WALDO, FLOIUDA.!: No. 58 Welt Bay Street Jackio..illf, Fit.3M .


    >ECTtH; : WITH THE xtt ......
    AND HAIRDKK:? r-.-m K> rn.iiJin. .. *r,,,,,,,_ front t .iter 1\...< .... .x11 lr R. 8c J. MUNRO
    t..... trim Ibe t..1 ***.U Y. .ale. to, lb."M>l n..w staler ,
    INi 1:00'1. un.lnit.Uatt.
    .1 "'b,. work upr np.rrrsl mile* of water Irearpnrtatitm ..CAt ra..r.
    J P BATTLE, Proprietor.
    ia lbe healthy Liaa liti,." aid brlim Karrr
    -- -- in markrt _rraJ thfe.aB4 aev..4 rhsk.luda..p.wially i
    f}"' nu ."1. t'III\: atirW altpted rrt, 'r...t>4.M<-. cad hit lad Ux IMMMuf General Merchandise
    I a the ttcaae e Fin burnt caa .bit ...><. her* by a..s>LS ,
    wfit,7 Illtlr BvoorT Jock. rnrnrT. brain, sad pall' rS3 ,
    AND COfNi ELI.OItT LAW. ; /iItfoIttt ....... fr t>*|irr*', .>..... AP. offlr. M.,r tb..kpd .- TAI.LA11.1 *KK: :, I'LHum. .%
    ,. fall us elf .cId. ,... YA KkP:LI. A FLACK:, Mast.Y. .
    (City Attorney4ACKSONVILLE
    I lira. U_...., a ume. N ski.. fl.. d
    i FLA.Practice .:s"f THICK: ; I'AiD>)> roi: conox()
    P. M. OLIVER
    In the State" and United :out*. --. *.
    THI lo real estate etamined. ronnJ'1'M'eI nrl.le. : Real Estate and HomesteadA ***'

    ru"rtK.'tI f re<-I..t'd.| Ae. TKKATI.sK: ON TIIK CITRUS:

    j FAMILY .\'l.. l I ivKi 1 I.1.r,


    .. ... ......
    nil It r .t. '"J''U''' t al a.--1a. ta
    .\ the l.at M >e''"paHT| iTia.Iated from tb. rr'fc i trt--. A* All .....1_ !I. I'atlrd {Nana Laact..III'.1 DRUGGIST A; APOTHECARY
    t<-o.ir<1 l<.at a .( n taw etra.. t., i..rti..al a tlhlasr.lb. ,
    .. will rtMt tbrai l.i runt IbvaurUr* f'., lair forNtBMa
    'l'B VRII1iOIECEIVEU BY JILIAN A valuable wick. on Ike "IU..ti.* ami propaation sees ........1\1. 1. kaM>tiaLB it Tallahassee Flu
    . BETTON. Ag; .nt. TALL.IIASF.EEUROPEAN Sraj-fniit. No fruit-growrt should be without NrJq' etr ryrer
    I B I "py i if Ihs( pamphlet WANTED laM eflq.f Itotirr In Foretrn .",.I l ..-tir .Drwya, Chemical: *
    apldkstluIIt Pharmaceutical Ire l<*rations. nlHl Toilet
    ( SltT-five I.arg.I'aTe. from |>artl' an/ 11*>. North fur Flonda la0d.ln eibin hwI.,Hair and Tooth llrucbea.
    HOUSE o ;.;' fur'aal"; 1I&lIr,". d reld nl and biuinr
    1""I..rtJ Ni.rth |h r .t- <' .d tt! rr, d>*r. uf tbla |''|>er Perfumery and Fancy Toilet Articles
    AM FREXCU RI T.nUSTI Price: 50 COD."ts j Las. Flurua land wtlh/ l tbev will rirban<. fur ,
    ..'b .t11 I.. lail to bear lr'. tbrta.A.llr. .
    _-.4' "( Irol-rh a' ( ra Tru**<- and Surgical lntruiueiia.and
    1r1 :\ I fit<) I IJryan Street, ''ite New .
    opl.u .. Tllk Mkt TIIKH.V: L\Mi AND! IMMI-
    .V i br.! -... At7d FOWLK. Tallal..*4-e. P.a: ; .
    Market >avannah: (.:a. t.HATtoS11' .NI T l!.h-. Fla H "int". ( Ills. 1'arniahty. 1t'imll.W.glal o,
    Tb. iDtrnufof the buiMin; ba bern rraotatedtbroujlM.ut. PUB)'.

    tb- farniture and uf boJ.terjr :telotf all The Southern Guide Agents Wanted !
    lit'w. ?p<.-ul atteotluD will be gttttl to for ri.l.fort t..paaial care sad .itrBUunof p.14 to lit* ar-I.dw.
    ul ladir. A private dittimr-ruum ai .l parlor ha.been sad sale FIUXI \K..S. hK :DS l. tbir
    vWd" to the b.Mie. iuaLi. .< it flr-t-eU to gl -
    very re.|wri. The laMe k always ">lie>l witb AM> WF WANt AS F.NF.Kf.F.TK: : : MAN IN K\'KKV
    the brat Ibe market ....r.... Rats |...r ...,.. II V) I sF.K.IIHOKIKxm 1t, INTIdfl : PHYSICIANS' PRESCRIPTIONS
    iiogk' tars!. '*i c>'n.. p r wtrk, |<>. .ttxl.,..,.. -Vl HAND-BOOK FOR SETTLERS M TOURISTS < F 'If!: |
    and 5int: A. IX >N A I'D. ManagerCterlatti .. I II arrfelly cuaix/aadr4 al all hw.r*of d',aS al -- --- .....dMkg fall and aalbeBlk inftfrnatiu I IA '.::1

    ; Harbor, Manatee> Conntj, Flirida.B f' ..&Itt.. Nl the ajTieaUaraJ sad ..Io.r.i ruur NATIONAL M NTBLY t-SO1Il1'S I t.... u.... )CalL
    '.1..lIM'n... a.awaf 'tare..pa-.t. ru.e.rt_. k.I1Itlw b.lJoie iL1:
    -aut 4 tlrw u f tbe most ittafttili'-bt H. ..'tj t. for wok iM<<...&a and rb.rww...*..... fcf the Are tott....... and .arid_.. sf this Ut. war-wt
    whirr. told and III bcaitb .a >. art ..1? {many lad I .M%' c., tPaJ'-4 t+t?.," :) I ..z1KI' .Ia.The what every n l*......,..a4Ma ,...Uy wa.... K.epe
    w here the Orattjf*'. tbe iuav"v Lemon. Uo e t'Hrafe, Southern States of the Union (........'_ puM.A ?*.*.. .... "CuajtH lM
    Orap.. balsa tat i>tb r Tr"|>i-al |nuttrr.wtu I II" Ib.1t ripret.wr.a M It i* IW valy |>..... o, tb.Ii ..
    ) rfrrtluai N..tffbtx>rlic><..t n;.idlt) .. ttiix .|. witbUiallin Choicest Stories ,.... sad Wharf: b> all a|... aer it.. TW a-,.,
    from tb.' North Fi.b, "u t.-r* ad x*"+r *fall I, Ttrliaw. ur Tb Bwlatort'a. ..... ...iia>s I* ib.
    kloO ar.ua.tJ.I,. -t I F haxTaw.r 1LHME\TLD "t) tkf }IhbT HtHDTW ) L\LI"I\U( ,..,.:)lII1T AM* in 1foltAr,4. Jail .......,. k.. a .......al .....' ... will rue
    t I Ib..+tb a..wal{ B..>b.r*. A .*. Cuiilbili'.*. sale
    .. -- ,........ .... past hewn uwor !a I* r.w4etMwr.rwi.rtt
    Farm of Ten Acres t"k" '. the.d M,fo. ... IW aMraey.. ..rf...like... CVCKT: .rltawkIMEN HA* THE: f'Hhtf'E OF .......... ttt .......". ../ ....... .... /bay
    'Mt. .
    ; ...eetto>*. %'w a prwrk.4 .
    W i M .MIU r' r-RI.Vr W
    .... I .. 'I knitla
    .... A need, for ..Ie Car ....... fit,. 4a. .M x I a + ,
    ua'|rr "If" i uHnalMW f at :aa4 UN w bu w sU I. .r1wre. .
    ..,... .... -ad 'II ,.. ......5 -.e ,.... rep. ... p..atr.t hot..s.
    t.4te 1 Harb, M ma < ""'-If. .. tm .w M a..hl ... ..t h twllwrArse.r Ittr
    .nr4W.l, tb. a4L. F'tab. .yal>.N sad g.a' I ....... -ilKiMhm.-N.' J. *]*-uI'm.s- Price only SI I a Year ?.k... Ar, a4 MWM a4 i* ..f veilarl. 1bM rM,
    ......... T..1..h.. a.Mly ufnm twe.. -ii---rq.prralFn I ,., ., K........,. l..twt. .( U. |...a -...ar.4 It.. UM. .*. ** waylry I
    ', .. ... _.., ..... cam h. ***w4 fr.. .,*..,tu. Try It a yar.ff .
    no .C'9'1.w- pa.dtarg.t
    '.!I.. of ail llr4... .1.410. calk b.w..,.. ...... sad. U' 11:>- tar. I I 4.. m4 W ...... teas a..ly .... C..,.--....., !......, ...... a..r.. I*
    otbrr i4u4, a'*f> KM .a !h., r.a.r t r y ear ........ 1 1 fM-r VMMu ffir Co"{* ::16 ('.... .., .4M.r p...rv ............ 1.:14 .....p...r+terwdat. hw tile >**" N a .attar a4. *r-t M I.
    N.41 twf* frets' 4 'UU ... 1.. klMBtbrf 41' '--C ....... is. tud.a_: twl I.......... aaa.pk
    *< > awl !-h<* < a jjr
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    ,.. .,. ... ........ .t ,0.1 ..I r.. ........ a t _.. a1lMML
    .1 .sellr
    ,tM a MM| Buia> r guate BRAMHALL & COMPANY .. ..
    aid .Ra.Rr Leila In,irwl nni-- g.....l fr*'' a. A Special 1 Offer. .J ". .".r/.T om ti.E
    tt as
    ,. Will t.. .....t I ,ffc r. awry. .
    iour1M. rywb< .
    WA1'lll\t.T4.N. I C'Val1teda 2OlfTHLY'' .a1$ t. _"rt I "' m ... ... .ewrt ... wIN
    ritu.l+"""t : a4u*'t, R>..wt .... $1u..ar halfa.p THE KATIOKAL ru.Miw.u.t.per 0.. y ass II... w a.t pvw..ttbraa
    > aaJ lulu.. ".ctttd t.> .....1'1...;: AJr+as ..1. CM I,. nut.. .ea,as.aq Ibw. lay
    J I F M..TM.ur r \ Partner. i. rk ni i.w ......... ....,., ..p1Ud"Ar...I .,.IMtaswt....

    .VMIIM.TON c' _..*.. .r Ike Mir*** .r ........** !*.
    THE ADVERTISER ..'.... 414 ***.* wa a .a, >.
    1 t ra< 1. .. aa..i& ap. '...tr.i -r)"'w ''' I........'... T..o t._ ... I IN""'" y ..... Lo
    f.. I'" -T. H' ....16_ r.1t.., ..u. Sr w h..dr4 dw4Ws nest rAyilalas Free Homesteads Selected .40 4 ea f"tll W twua '., .d It. ...... .....,.... waM all
    25 Cents. Md .d at.N...bar .....1. u ........ b. ea .ta M a .i..f uaiwltklka ......... TOO .ill ............
    Subscription 41'-'' THfc. ..... TIIU" LANU A\l IMMIURATI HwaitJ. .1.AMr_

    Near ...... ...,..."' v...., K, N OMfANT' Tittibt FU IbN.+* It It : > fit 1..1ua.I/It. F. %% M:/:1l:1111(1/t lane''..... :\' .1 a

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    61 t V IJT< > K"11 uI> VTourists

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    and Immigrants i

    l,7 '" .\I.TI.RRIVIN: (; IN TIIK STATE noOT .'.\11.. TO VISIT

    IL Ovorthe H-lxio or taO

    Jacksonville, Pensacola Mobile Railroad


    TIt" Jac1.onvill',1'ensacola .L Mobile It.ilroad train". after leaving 1.1.1OAK.: fining west, 1t:1." through EI.L.1VII.LE: :' the home or(;o.rnor 1)Retc and where i iI j"

    I 1..1 l tht' IarJl' (lurnher'll1IlI. in the State' ; the nice amt tlrioinh Tillages of MAIIsON and GHIJ.S.n.I.J.Arell.I.: ..\ station tht' ht'\utifu': i1I..a' of 11ONTICE1.1.0 1 ;

    the !stationn. of l.r.OYnS' arnl I ('IIAIIUS', all in the mllht I of a fine farming country ; the city of T.IL1..IIIASSEE': :' the Capit.,1 of J.'ori.1, I'urrnllfltlf'tl I Itt' a m tgniticrnt high. ,
    rolling country lspt..1 to tnninL' and Irait-grnwing,: and a place famous for ita )1-alltifu1 t1owerfl-wilhiu twenty milf''' of diP Hulf of Mexico; we' t nl Ta1Jaha""l'e train.r'..

    through a fiction<< of coulllr which h:1: t1\u..rin: ; future; MI1)WAY station i" first reaclu..l ; then the fin' yma t' or ( lISCwhich ha. rn\n: "ttraction.; lotXT
    PI.J.ASAXT-wt-U named ; l'11.\TT.\1I00CIIJ.I-: : where i ill located<< importmt Stato bldings ; CII.\TTAIiOOCIII-J.: RIVED, whir' <<"I..... rnnnf"tiuh.. arc ma.de)

    with IlOat" nn the Chattahoochf't', Apalachicola and Flint rivers, au.1 1 also tu 11.\ltJ.\SX.A) the county .ite of Jat.hoD county, in \\4'a1 Flora413.

    Purchase Through Tickets from New York and all Northern and Western Cities over the J. P. & M. R. R.


    Holbrook the Grocer I I r1'.Iyl:1i: :

    2ft U>.l star M., JaekMiivtlle, Vim., 1



    Crackrr, Htm.Fish tc' Tcm.,Pag r",aid everything An elegantly-printed eljhl-pajre: paper.
    In bio line rbeaprr"than the rime qualitr of
    irood can be |>nrcba* d eloewber In Florida. ('n6 DEVOTED Tu TIIK EMINAT1OX OF KELIABLE .
    fee, ifTe.t..52V,2"* and SOcenU per t* nml (*o '...., INFORMATION CONCEKMNO THE
    ; roA.otrtl.nr and :1..!cent per |..>un )and 75: rent per In*, RTeen.MI and .Nl J-OIL. CLIMVTE PRODUCTIONS.:
    ) rent |>er ponnd. Order from the country nolieited
    And n..ar.blliit sum Home In Florida.
    and prmnfHlr tilled. Honda drll.errd.t.tesnbod Jq &
    free Term. Inrarinblr r*.bon
    or railway of etianrr. .
    'It "I.! > i "id' .iiiin aliidit' 1
    deliver II. II. "IIOI.IIICOOK \\ .
    t lIa)' 1Srrrt.I S-i
    t Agricultural Department.

    I f. RICHARD S. FULLERLate ..',". .\n offl i..> 14; t .' ,h'Tb..u.nl.lon
    .... '.-
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    of tbe t.: P. Lund-office. ---
    .. .. ;;.. ,,'< a'J.- BUREAU OF IMMIGRATION.

    Real Estate and Land Agent, .'h. E IfJ! I ": :

    OAIXKSVILLK.; .'1.\. ,. .M;.. L.' I Snteiption, $1.25 a Year, Postage t Pre-jBiJ.
    I ta.atta.t. ._ ,rCarletonHouse I
    Srtscluc. Carte.< Try C'r%Ts..ldtlrt. I


    , : OF I TALLAHASSEE, Fl.. lUD.\. I
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    J State and Government I II I

    .,..._'..... ., OPEN FROM NOVEMBER TO \VboIciaIe and retail< dealer in

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    flay and Sell Ural Estate inIachua Co M Furniturei
    -1'L-b limp tell) I Bini); :,
    All buel"a before the DUtrirt and (ienrra) i
    Lutd-uffirva promptly| attended to
    'u ioo:


    I .mt..r'aHn. 1"Or lstJ..

    Chiidrrnl'arriartw. Mnldins J icturt"-
    FLORIDA. I : .
    I Fr.111I('.. .MoMjuitn Nets it; Fixture,




    Formerly Cblef Clerk of tltn L'nltMl Mttea ?r- All tho Northern Comforts with a Warm and Equable Climate I JACKSONVILLE, FLA M'CONIHE BLOCK.
    TeyoMieneral' olflee, and late of the I
    HOW TO LluI .

    Diploma Awarded at State Fair, 1877. for" But Passenger Elevator and all Modern Improvements. I TLO'RID3.
    Map of Florida." I i .r$ f >*r TO \.. .<-r
    w / Tr f TIftX

    Superior to all otbrrt In ,11110...., acranrjr, .u.tlrn .' t i, TTi.a>lr, fc-w.t.,t. ran.J5 .-
    __, aDd the < 'I.n.r N.d.
    > only map cUin< tOlooral'blnl| li .
    Udlrmllon of the fie of the rttentrv. PriceIWkrt << -- United States Homesteads n 11'1 t d..r+rt.arN..attire'.
    << \ *p.1| Wall Map f 1.::L LISrr.1)d lC'OUlia re' 9-.' V.r-krr,' .rn t 1
    tu the trail Trrro to acrnu on arrU<<-allon. Ordm a XI\ > kw. Ikrw r
    by mail) |>rt>niptly attended to. AddreVM. *. 8ELF.CTKD itT RICHARD>> to> FILLER, liAINFJiVlLLK FU\
    \ LEE AITIIOUI*. I It 11. Ju .r.i Or.
    r Tallahs'.w, Kin i .l- ,.
    t+..' nil
    _'Ir.rKa.e.4-, ==;=.::ch r '.t. Ill r..a. ., r r+a tl.4 2 tbp.LY.w *w.
    r...._-.r-..-..__.?w., u..r. .._-.... $7,500.00 GREENBACKS M. A. WILLIAMS, + ]liMVft f. irrl.n.oniOA'i *

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    -- ". 01 U IIITEEXTH .\X\t.'L .1 l' tox; t' rase f I
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    -.--.-.C..N..r.,----.-..-M.-M i GIFT OF PREMIUMS + THE SOUTHERN LAND

    ...._. :,:::.""':'_-Nt.'.._'-':4"_-.yI... ...'-.R...-:.. T,. tL .f.-rlbcn it the STATE LANDS I ,
    .b.l -. .- t .M.
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    I Dl\loit{( ul Adrerfer c c *tX t.%.. .E AMCJtXT Of i IMMIGRATIONCOMPANY.

    Livery and Sale Stables, !
    WILL AWARDED>> Improved Lands .
    T.LLn.SE.. FL-%.. I --

    I I Wednesday, Feb. 20,1878.N .\'c the cwt Ib Tlorib. bare beroplk'td Tfcu l.o"ql". tar.-'rp surd IB 1'14"!' bag ban re,
    M. M. COBB, Proprietor. E III 1111 head. f..rHomestead ..alt.r ..rtryatitd, e4J te D't. ready fr the UaaMHkw of
    btt.ta. It* t Ltrf oGrct u L.. cod I. .... eraMtpur.
    Hints aid Carriage*, with Card' Driver. t St$4 / () FK., E .... t.itM. Mr ......i4 ia Maw. .y any ee.utiy IMlaa: end.t oak!, &4*.'fe".dM.Staia.; and llI4hu.h. 14) forAI -

    FirnUlied as Short Notice.HOIWE5 $2,00 for One Year M ...dad twtth TbiW.Irr.aa TW l.......'.. Lard l"-. ...... to ...,...., .
    I ....... N ..... then .. .
    M -.II..thiwaat. Bi.rh. w 1 Nat u1 ft' t,( the eo....., .
    AM MULEl KEPT FOR 1LK. j f II I+r a r..,....... ..o. M utirI"r. .sa.l.Ftt.. 1.,. "",c >>oS\.ILU:, fL.4.tip htt4.. .. ttdlSWLace of falls l oo tN.trrse4 toile
    I ....... -- -- -- tess.peetMMw ... to IM k'r.....of the Csa.peey'e
    I 'TICKETS ..... ia ....-t t aM Hied.[ .....

    NATIONAL LIVERY ,..... ........ ...,-...-. .....-n... .......... cr.Lytitq ..- ;t Agents Wanted,
    ........... w.at N.... .... he .r .... tt. are Ii rrJ41.f.lC ens : t4eet,. ..r U..L fMo*. M work far MM (.1ap.ayy
    ..I.....t..(the paHMber, "''I. R. bt'RhI ,+t.l.t a ..atrr... ( crt.tt .iaia rcry.twt "'........... the Sttt+ihw..t.T1e .
    Sax: : and Feet'tl SutJQSff ; lair.. it tt'r t, It.t.Si. Mick H"..... (...1. ........ ojBIHESTEAi Cam. Ire halo. 4..a i.. ..,hit..tar
    1 p.v,. end ..... ........ tur .. ... r... .. ......,
    Ni 124WARANTEE# StnIt JZtTw'st APPUBfflH AFFIDAVIT y..q .clYaly .. .......... eo u..a. .. ......... .hefe
    l'Inla_ Rolleslon Nurseries.I I ........... ewe' fr. b.... ttttteeh. Of ate' Ilttie
    the. .ta.c w uaiat. ...r.u ...... .....
    .. .. .... StlJar .u t'+... 01 Ib
    -14'' and. (A{ Ttam. iJ.a luaAlas oh II.-.J << 1 .
    J" \p .... .
    ., tb 'I in .ettk I.. tllloa l... .. ...... ..
    Mwl.u e'4 I eu ,
    I/tt. Karst.. .,A4" Mk I a W..L t or fahery t-.ala ...J .JtWIa. f ,
    da )wr 4..... '" .......
    ..... .,( ....Ilk ......i uer41unM.e.u1aur.teM .tarl ..a.....,i lilt.... s.. ... bat" ...... et.ea.' w Final 'oval pwu 1M Halt ea.WI ...... 14/eaa
    DEEDS. }Nit d ...... ......... ttttaape T.-. '....JS edtrab Proof and Atfida vi t. I rte.; .u.. ........ t. ....." /smother. ta.I .
    +. t....... T+ et.t+Y .-.u... t... I .Ier.a.M.a. .aa .M,the c.... ..,'e $... n ...
    W..._ MY' ?a hard a IIa.&I ..,., t I' "....... as II... ,.... *M. A ana '---- tie ....., .. MN'ETE! I .....+ty .r tlwMtnt. to haaaaa- ........ Ilw+
    I........ ..sIJt twat .-...... lead ...l nave', ......... haw. tt'ia1. t"e .... pest. L_ .... esy Mttar ....... a.D"h EACH I W.al.. ..awhh.Nw.. M ,......, ...... ad 'ill
    .....,.....e. pn.t.d ... oval Pr.. M e.LW. .... M ..M W fiv".TBi ."M... Wv*- WivKir AA. VW ....... make P"aotA4Mae "" _111".
    ..... ... ALu1Iute1 ,................. Ph 'r tl A J K4M A aiP". halaNe. ru 1 Yre. ALulbbt ItuW1...Z, T---'I_-a..s, Ph I f1M... ....-..r. T .....ya...... Pr.allr.t TalY.hre.s.. .. ,.IsNaaa Ph.i .

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