It is now evident that relief sufttcient to place the fire safferen In eomfortable circumstances can not be obtaineil, and many iré obligad to dispose of at least a portion of tlieir farms. These lands are practically clear of timber, and can be ptirchased at prices rangtDg from $0 to f 18 per acre. The soil, naturally fertile, lias been vastly cnrichfd by the fin-, aml is in Bplondiel condltloD for spring crops. Markets are near and accessible by water or rail. There is not the lllgbtMt possil)ili(y of anotlier firo. Partios wtap deliren 'liüirrd farm at the price of wild lumls. lúa at the same time lab to nid tlie sufferers, are requested to come to tlio l)iirned district aiíd investígate f(ir thcinsclves. Those wlio rannot do so, nmy pt't uiiy nforination desired frce of charge, ly ulilrcssin Hclicl' ('oiiunittcc, MiiuU-n, Midi.