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Telegraphic News. no n I ; siiws. Savannah, Ga., September 12. — The rice plantations in the vicinity of of tliis city liave been damaged by storms to the extent of $350,000. San Francisco, Cai.., September 14. —Forest iircs have been raging on the north side of the Columbia river. The losses are estimated at above half a million of dollars. A public meeting has been held at Vancouver to raise means to relieve the settlers. GRAND I. O. O. H. I>a ltimoke, September 21.—The Grand Lodge of Independent Order offcOdd Fellows' committee to pre pare a form of funeral ceremonies, was continued to next session. The endowment plan lor the membership was recommitted to the committee to report at the next session. Like ac tion was had in the matter of equit able adjustment for sick benefits. The Grand Lodge refused to allow the Rebecca degree to lodges which held meetings on Sunday. It was enacted that subordinate lodges may rc-admit suspended members on their own terms. The grand lodge of British Columbia, Chili, Switzerland, Utah, Wyoming and Louisiana, and tho Grand Encampments of South Carolina and Louisiana were not rep resented at this session. VKLI.OW FKVKU. -.Memphis, September 21.—Patho logical observations upon dead bodies have been very extensive and exhaust ive. .They were conducted by Prof. T. 0. Summers, M. D., of Nashville, assisted by lire. Overall, of Mur freesboro and Chieviss*. ot Savan nah. The report will soon appear under the directions of tho Howard Association. Nineteen physicians of the medical corps of tho Howard As sociation reported 78 new cases yes terday. The weather has cleared, and is bright and cold. A more hopeful feeling prevails. For the twenty-four hours ending at noon to-day, sixtv four deaths occurred. The Howards are furnishing transportation to many nurses who came from Alabama whose services are not needed. Dr. \Y. E. Rogers, in charge of all the Howard infirmaries, was taken down last night. Marcus Jones, president of the relief committee, and Dr. T. J. Heady, of Sherman, Texas, were stricken down this morning. Dr. J. O. G. Govrell. of Fort Wayne, Indi ana, and Thomas Bacon are dead. Richard Eblich died six miles out in the country. .1 lev. Father John, from Columbus,Georgia, Dre.G. W .Tucker, of Dallas, Texas, 1). A. II Wilkeus, of Lebanon, Tennessee, and W. A. Cass well, of Americas, Georgia, arrived to-day and were assigned to duty. Among the convalescents are Dr. A. A. Lawrence, Gen. Lake E. Wright, Rev. S. Landrum and wife, W. A. McClay, and 11. J. Simmons of the Howards. New Orleans, September 21. Sixty-two deaths and one hundred and five new cases were reported to day. Among the deaths are tu enty six children under seven years. A special to the Thaos from Lake City says there have been twenty-one deaths and ninety-one cases to date. One death in the past three days and eighteen new eases. At Morgan City, to date, eighteen deaths and sixty-six cases have been reported. Canton. Miss., September 21. Eighty-five deaths have occured to date. Seven new cases and 2 deaths were reported for the past twenty four hours. Dr. T. A. Semmes is recovering. Mo in UN September 21.—Dr. T. S. Seales, health officer, reports five cases of fever on hand. Five deaths, all told, have occurred to date. Baton Rouge, La., September 21. —Tlnrty-one new cases and one death were reported to-day. Total cases to date 708; deaths forty. X asm vi i.i, in Tkvx., September 21. —The people of Decatur, Ala., stam peded yesterday on account of five yellow fever cases. One, F. Ludwig, a railroad employee, proved fatal. AH business is suspended. Cou mucs, K v., September 21 The Board of Health ordered that no mail matter from the infected dis tricts, nor mail agents with such mat ter, he allowed to enter Columbus under any pretext. TAYLOR & LANE, 76 Barclay Street, - - New York, Commission Dealers —IN— FRUITS, VEGETABLES, POULTRY, &c. Especial attention iri\ ea to Florida Produce. Stencil Plates funnelled on applies tion. Price Current scut regularly to shipper*. Consignments solicited 9-S&-8 DeUND POULTRY YARDS. wmTEbEGHOENS STEAM SAW and PLANING MILLS. C.MEKEEL & CO., Manufacturers and Dealers in Rough and Dressed Luilw, Have leased the Swing IJ ill at Del,a net, to run in connootion with theoid null. Rough lumber at DeLaud—rough and die wed lumber at the old Dace. ALL DESCRIPTIONS OF LUMBER Constantly on hand. *-■ W. M. CONKLIN, Agent. GILBERT IIUN TER, Ja.cksonvu.lv:. DEXTER H I ."NT ER. A i.banv, N. Y.. Proprietors of the lCa“lc Meant Saw ami Pianist” friill. G. Hunter & Son, JACKSONVILLE. Fk. Manufacturers and Wholesale and Retail Di alers in ail descriptions of YELLOW PINE LUMBER! For the Home and Foreign Markets. moulding*, Plaited I.amber, SMngles, Ac., constantly on liamc* Turning aud Scroll Sawing done to Order. Ollict-s—Jackson ville. Florida. Albany. N. A jtinlO-'e STOP and READ. AH forio* of Kidney and Urinary diaoasca. Pains in the Back, sides, and Leans are positively cnreil by GRANT'S REMEDY. Its edects are truly niarvoiouhi. Dropsv, Gravel, Bright's disease. Seminal losses. Leuccrrhooa. and lost vitror, no matter of how long standing the case may be positive relic-f is had in from one to three days. Do not despair hesitate or doubt for it is really a specific and never fails. It is purely a vegetable preparation, by its timely use thousands of cases that bad been consid ered incurable by the most eminent Physi cian*, have been permautly cored. It is also endorsed by the regular Physi cians and Medical Societies throughout the country, sold in bottles at _Tvro dollars each, or three bottles, whicb is enough to cure the most aggravated case, sent to any address on receipt of Em', dollars. Small trial bottles (): dollar each, all orders to bo addressed to IS 2f> Grant's Reroaaj Manufacturing Cos. 554 i*lmlu vi., - woreenier, Mm, THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST. AY. D. Barnett. E. N. Kuapp Barnett & i Knap, , Dealers in FURNITURE! f CARPETS, MATTINGS. ■s . . . A, I MATTRESSES. Wall Paper, Window Shades and Fixtures Looking Glasses. Picture Frames and Me Hidings. Moss bought-and sold. South Mule .'Bay Street, beltrceu Pint and Lavra. JA CKSON VIL LK Ido. Pari ies desiring goods will find it to tli advantage to order direct from ns, as th can thereby save at least f> per cent, on all cash orders. Sal isfactioo guaranteed. # CHEAP CASH STORE. Fresh Invoice of Groceries Just Re ceived. prices war uowsi OA ISTNBII > GOODS A specialt y. HAY, COHN and OATS, Cheaper than ever. A full line of DRY GOODS, BOOTS and SHOES. Having roiitted my store throughout, anu pnt iu ;ii entirely m w stock of goods, at greatly reduced prices, I am now pre pared to guarantee nay customers satisfac tion i both fitutlity and price A. H. ALEXANOER, 17 20 E*BSi f OUi, 'M-i* THE / flifiii Airltttlfirltt This week speaks for itself. It is the Horticulturist's and Farmer’s paper complete. Every one of its eight large pages is brim full of just such information as the na tive Floridian and the immigrant alike seek, andmust have. The farming world is in anew era; the old has in a great measure passed away, and we are at the opening of a new day. Scientific researches and experiments by scien tific and practical men have worked a revolution, and henceforth the man who is widestawakc to this fact and that Intelligence, Thought, Knowledge are the best aids in Agriculture, is the man who mil reap the largest return from his expenditure of brain, labor and money, bully aware of this fact, the Agriculturists of Florida have de manded a paper which will supply latest and best informa tion and one which is devoted especially to their interests, i t is in response to this demand that the New' Aoriouii tin; Ist takes up the work that the Old laid down, with the resolve on tho part of the Editor and Fubliahers to im prove and add to it- until it is conceded that it Is The Best and most valuable paper published in the State of blorida. Its columns aro open to all questions relating to Agricul ture and all such questions will be answered by our Editor according to tho best information to be obtained from long experionce and an extended'and accurate knowledge of Semi-tropical and Tropical Agriculture in its various phaaes. We are steadily obtaining a corps of regular corres pondents who w ill represent every locality and interest of the State. r lhe flattering auspice# under which the paper now takes up its work, give us confidence to say to tho public that, not content with the approval it already meets with as the best Weekly Paper Devoted to ■ —-—-.'o' the development of the agricultural resources of Florida, we shall push our efforts to make this paper tho best exponent of Semi-tropical Agriculture before the public. Besides our regular corps of corres pondents Ave cordially invite all of our subscribers to con - tribute to our columns any experience or knowledge which w ill be useful to our readers. By using this paper as a medium through which to exchange experiences and opinions, our subscribers will derive great benefit them selves and w ill, at the same time, make the Aciricultur ist interesting and instructive for others and so will help us to make the paper what we intend it shall be—the best Farmer’s and Horticulturist’s paper Published in the South. TERMS: - $2.00 PER YEAR, 0. COD HI NOTON. Editor. PUBLISHED AT DbLAND, FLA., —UY THK — Agriculturist Publishing Company, is i<; pc) r r r —OF THE— FRUIT GROWERS ASSOCIATION, A seventy-live page pamphlet, full of information about the State; also thg (! I,i MATO LOU V nml R KSO URCES of FLORIDA, A twc-nty-five page pamphlet. BOTH FOR TWENTY-FIVE CENTS. FOl! SALK BY AGRICULTURIST PUBLISHING COMPANY. • * DeLnd, Fla.