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Florida home companion
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Title: Florida home companion
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: C.S. Reynolds
Place of Publication: Ocala Fla
Creation Date: February 23, 1858
Frequency: weekly (published every tuesday, except two)
normalized irregular
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S.. TRY. "I never take part in ladies' dis- summer, through the autumn and ease by inviting her to the-wedding, "\Vell
putes, if I can help it, even with the the long winter, Edward Mason and makinghimself generally agree- can find
BABY-HANDS. assurance of a good fee; but if you studied law, studied hats, studied able. a bushel
. Foudly claape, together, will, this afternoon, point. out to me faces; but Blackstone was dry, hats The wedding took plade:' Mirs. They
Round the mother' neek, the cause of your disagreenien., I unbecoming, faces uninteresting. Jerusha Grimes and her daughter the man
What a pretty picture-
Bby-ha, r1 '. m ae will give myopinion in this case." Before another summer's sun had witnessed the ceremony, and also ble, turn
SBut baby-han don't Wa, "But," said Dora, laughing, '-you warmed the earth, he again visited the departure of the bride with her "Hie that
.o innocent appear; -- need not expect any fee, if you de- his native village. His warm and husband, a few hours ,after; and pie shall
For often ull of miSehief cide in favor of Mary Hale." friendly greeting with Dora, grati- when they surveyed her tire, es- shall be
Bab-finger. are. The knife anl fork, and subject, fied her, an] gave her reason to hope pecially the bridal hbt, wiich was selleth it
,' .*'-For example, see them were soon dropped. The ladies, for an avowal of love, but she was not very unlike the t .whch had The d
At fhe supper table.. with fans and easy chairs, Mr. Ma- again disappointed, been the cause, th ,"h them, of "Come a
tDoing i llI he 'ef l. son, with paper and. sofa, awaited He went to church on the Sab- Mr. Mason's intro ".. ion- to his be as goo
T i, t ep p the ringing of the bell for afternoon bath, and instinctively turning his wife-they could n,'Ntaeknowl- himtoth
battered ontiefliSa -. eri'k e. eyes towards the seat occupied by edge that although 't ~ebri wap un- a full bus
'- < see milk frti the pitcher .When seated in church again, Mrs. Boardman's family, there be- befitting to Mary ITal, the other to put it
.S" reu'rely pour. Bell said to her brother, at the same held that very hat-the likeness of was very becoming to Mrs. Mason. in slingir
Twi6ting now the handle time pointing to the seat occupied which had been so indelibly en- A few months after, Wgiss Grimes just befi
Of the rattle-box, by Mrs. Boardman and her pupils- gravedupon his heai-t-unchanged avenged herself upon her Cousin somewhat
S Or with it gi vinpuey 'Look, Edward! that young lady in form,unsullied in whiteness, with- Edward, and relieved the anxiety of twinkle o
j Agoizinr n knock; o, -r o'
| Jerkinmother's ear-rin., "ith a black cape and white silk out spot or blemish; the snowy her mother by giving her hand to a after you
Pullin father's hair, bonnet-that is Mary Hale." blossoms just as pure, the green young merchant in Maizeville, one home, go
SiOr setcateLdng Johnies eyes out, Edward did look ; and saw a hat leaves just as fresh as when they whom she had kept between the curse hin
What a roguish p'air! of most unsullied whiteness, and first wreathed themselves into his heaven of hope and gulf of despair THE B
SCrack! there voee the mirror! with an edge of delicate blond lace, dreams. for more than a year. out write
S1 hat, wo't he net d sto ? and a wreath of pure ihite flowers, "-Indeed !" thought he, "if that is Miss Arabella Mason ii now.!Mrs. vice to th
Viho ga've Ht- child the haiir brulI nodding andl trembling amid an as- an emblem of her mind, she must Young. There is an annual gath- pend on
nTis no baby'. toy P on 1i
oodne.! did yu' er' semblage of green leaves, reclined be unspotted from the world." ering at Mrs. GriM s welling, in and take
'^^i. There tlhe int ar,,l co! gracefully around the crown. A change of position gave him a which there are"Neoi and Doras, business
Just as 1. etdt, '"Surely" thought he, "if that hat full viea of her face-tl:e identical and BIells, andSarys,' who, with the ive,
S Now lookat our ,es! i an ide ,f her mind, I -hould face w which had appeared before him their parents, meet o the mostcous- is earned
'' Now perched in the window, like, to see her face." for nearly a year, and before wrich inly terms. "Come
Allow e t -all d "Come
.. Patting against thle ,pan, Edward did not hear much of the all others faded into insigificace- Allow me to add, hat all, and the saw t
Fo.rjist in siuht is father, sermon. His attention wasrivetted with the brow just as fair, the eyes particularly Mr. Masol, entertain the pick-a:
S Always making t hie;, in the direction of Mrs. Boardman's just as unfathomable, the expres- the highest regard for CHARITY will enab
Heeding no cotrimandsi, sent, except an occasional glance at sion as undefinable, but unchanged, SCHOLARS. Fly aro
Till in baby-slumber his cousin's rich and showy hat, as except in being more mature. rather tha.
SBound are baby in.uis, if making comparisons. "Sister Bell," said he, the next Withholding Corn. ratr
At length Mary Hale turned her day, "will you accompany me to Between eighty and ninety years t o ma
MISCELLANEOUS. head. If he had 'viewed' her bon- Mrs. Boardman's school ? I intend ago there live, in the Connecticut ray the
r'u a g net, he 'gazed' at her face, which to visit it to-day." river valley. two farm rs, one of hre your
E "Fr hTru Fag. was delicate and spotless as the ma- "Visit Mrs. Boardman's school 1" whom was named Hun% and the patch-le
.. TCterials 5f the i'mer, and with an repeated Bell,inamazement. oterClark. The former, in early ao
B PRUDENCE PR. -of innocence and purity, "Yes, sister. Do you remember life, had been a man of strong will, think you
"Mary Hale has really got a new surpa. ingevenitscornce of snowy a copversatio you had with Cousinr and somewhat hasty and violent in spell, do i
hat; did you observe it, Cousin blossoms. Dora, at AuJerusha'd, last sum- temper. Sometimes he had been pin thle
S 'Bell ?' ret sntt, Mr. Aason decided mentally, that mer ? Well, since then, I have seen beag hfiver their n--
;rettiheads withe handle of his whip,
"Yes; retty, isn't it ? such a hat, and such a face, were felt very much interested in charity heads witathe ha pe -f his h rrp age
t. n -- it s eoh, o I g, even to a.eharity echola. .scholars-I ih tLo lbe, eacquaia- inawa y d the
thinkit is very much out of place ted with Mary Hale." bystan nd when sutated 'ed.
upon her." "How did you like the sermou, The first introduction to the ob- with, he excused himself by saying depend I o
S"Why, Dora? I am sure it is Edward?" said Mrs. Grimes, after ject of his #sit, was sufficient to that he had the most fractious team yow avee
very becoming." church. assure him that the overshadowing in the town. By and by an altera- wi bene i
"I do not think lace and flowers "Very well," he replied, coloring of that imaculate hat was not neces tion took place mi the temper of far- word for i
very becoming to a charity schol-r." slightly. sary to her personal loveliness; and mer Hunt. .-He became mild and a new ati
"Is Mar-y1~Ile a -arity schol- .."And how did you like that hat, a slight acquaintance led him to be- forbearingf'nd what was remarka- frame, trei
ar?". which I saw you viewing so atten- lieve that the beauty of her mind ble, his oxen seemed to improve in new desti
Gerta-inly.; Her mother is a poor tively ?" asked Dora, mischievous- surpassed that of her person. disposition at equal pace with him- gin to as
S sewing woman, and has three chil- ly. Hia vist .._ self. Farmeraunhtjojiredthechurch off, then, t

.. dren to support young
-- .:Mrs. Boardman firs
h -,'her family as a seam
.some reason, she '-t(
'" ber, and received her
as a charity scholar
4a-s-,one, you know.
S- '.dre.s very plainly, b
living upon the bo
e is getting more s
-. "She is dressed pi
Usher. bonnet, although
Ssjnot showy, and ce
"But a plain straw
chaste ribbon, woul
.bonie ,.her situation
siik so nmoth-er ?"
Yes, 'Dora; you a
n-in. h.er position s
ee. -adsplay as possi
...e were.not cor
f ahfiot agree w
Fej6 eason-vwhy
Isonasf. good. -
ltlier taste in.'a
iany --pont.- Brot
-Ute.oif. re'. *Wpy
v art?",

ki 4 our ri6tiQe, fout-
AMrs jerushaluiQr
e'7Ar:aightferx Mig'
iiriI*, tee njepe,r
on',- ang outhly
S n-seat d'arqun

Vi6 .6. the merits' of
: Sabbath'morq

. .' Ew'ard, or Ne
S di e:alled lim h
\i *. h'etly abyorbo
Z. cussion, but'now,
,orous sgaiil' ipon tbl
he teaoed to his -

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iger than Mary. "I thought it very befitting the
3t took her into face beneath it," he answered.
stress, then, for "Ah, yes! you men are so taken
)ok a fancy to -with pretty faces, that you are noi
r into her school competent to judge of any thing
r. She always else.
Mary used to Edward Mason had commenced
ut now that she the practice of law in a distant pari
uunty of others, of the country, a few months before
showy." and was now on a visit to his aunt
ainly, now, and with his sister. He possessed fine
it is tasteful, talents, good reputation, and a hand-
6rtainly not ex- some fortune, which rendered him s
great favorite with managing mam-
v, trimmed with mas and aspiring young ladies; and
S-'much better notwithstanding the kindred ties ol
)n. Don't you blood, Mrs. Jerusha Grimes had de-
. cided to acekept him as a son-in-law,)
ire quite right.., in case he offered' himself, as was1
ih'ould make as supposed by herself and daughter
ible, even if the "tha-t he would do; and, indeed, his
sjidered." own family considered him as affi-
witli you, aunt. anced to his Cousin Dora.
a charity-schol- 'He had, from a boy,. admired her
a .right to con'- arkling g.eyes, her rosy cheeks and
xfters of dre-, brilliant wit, and as he had never
her Ned, h7w' met with any lady who pleased him
.don't you tak- better, he supposed he loved her,
S- ivitihout.pausing to asithimself the
r'3 ?ard6n 1r question, or even defining in his own
.e .o intodpe -mind the word 'love.'
lersons--flist- HIe left his home in the city, irith
fies-q secondly, a-determination to offer himself for-
crL. Gro'imes- nially to his cousin, and make ar-
$iE's Arabella '.tangefients'to brig her back with
r, ) l; jdward hm, at no.distant day, but as yet
d. oisall tabl'e" to protestations of love had passed
1ig-room, dis- 4iis lips. His stay in Maizeville was
4 cold lunch, short; meanwhile, his demeanor to-
,. ind also tife ward Miss Grimes had gradually
s of others' ap- abated from lover-like to cousinly.
S' He returned as her came, only that
7, as the young he carried, with him the image of a
ad apparently sweet little hat, overshadowing a
.n lrerf6rtner still sweeter face. -
making a vig- Sister Bell was -puzzled, Cousin,
v.4d tongue,' Dora was disappdinted, Mrs. Grimes
ea'ppepl by was chagrined. "
SAll through the 'Iemainder of the

-- ---c utt-.iuaW &*t a we re po-
e longed and frequent. With every
meeting and parting Dora's hopes
n waxed and waned. With every suce
t cessive visit, Mrs. Grimes treated
g him with increasing attention, and
with the pies and cakes, sweet-meats
1 and jellies-always of Dora's man-
t- ufacture- -and with incessant re-
i grets that his business kept him so
, much from her house, and herself,
) at every parting, with a richer dish
- of chagrin and vexation.
riOne day, as he .reclined upon a
" sofa in Mrs. Grimes' parlor, dream-
ing of the pastthe\ present, and the
f future, he was aroused by the glee-.
-ful voice of Dora:
"Cousin Edward, I am angry with
S 'Angry with me, Dora! Why?"
"Why, here I have not seen you
for six long months, and you are so
ungentlemanly as to fall asleep in
my presence, when I have so much
L to say to you."
"I acknowledge my fault, my dear
cousin," replied he, springing up
'and seating himself ,by her side-.
"I have something to say to you,
too, and my reluctance to commence
has made me appear stupid."
Dora colored, but remained silent,
wondering .what that 'something"
could be.
"Dora," cqgptinued 'Edward, "I
once saw a very lovely bonnet upon
a charity scholar, and being taught
by you that such things do not be.
come that class of young ladies, I
have solicited her to become Mrs.
Edward Mason, that she might have
the right to wear what she chooses.
She has consented, and we are-to be
married next week; so banish your
anger, and wish me joy, will you ?"
It was easier to banish her anger
than to hide her chasgln and confu-
sion; but Edward lNhat pass un-
noticed, and put her quite at her

- and was -a exemplary man. His
Neighbors saw the 6cbhage both in
himself and his tiim. It was amar-
vel to the whole town. One of his
townsmen asked him for.an expla-
nation. Farmer 'flUg aid, "I
have found out, a secret...out my
cattle. Formerlsy unman-
ageable. The more- Ihtpepd and
clubbed them, the ,worse they acted.
But now, when thy:fr0e contrary I
go behind i'f load, -1t down and
sing Old Hundfed, and strange as
it may appear, no 'sooner have I
ended than the oxen go along as
quietly as a man could .wish. I don't
know how.it is, but they really seem
to like singing."'
In the colirse obfa few years the
two- farmers were' chosen dea-
cons of the church,bn't they both
adorned& ir jirbofesstn. About
the time of their election a grievous
famine prevailed In the valley, and
the farmers generally 3.re laying
up their 'cori',to plant the ensuing
season. '
A mat living in the town, went to
deacon Hunt, and said "I h ve come
to buy abushefofcobr Heiaj1 theI
money. It is all I can gatr
The deacon told him ,he 'could not
spare a bushel for love or money.
He was keeping double .th usual
quantity for eeed corn the niek year,
and had to stint his own family.
The man urged his suit1h* vain.
At l e said, "Deacon, if you do g
not lh have the corn I shall urse
you." e ]
"Curse me replied the deacon,
"how dare you do so ?" 0
"Because," said the man, "the
Bible says so." t
"Nonsente," exolaied deacon t
Hunt; "there is no su thing in j
'the Bible."
"Yes, there is," rep the poor t
ma. E

I. -~


LRY 23, 1858. No

," said the deacon, -'if y
any such text I'll give y,
of corn."
went into the house, whi
went to the old family I
ed to Prov. xi. 26, and rea
withholhleth corn the pe
curse him ; but blessing
upon the head of him th;
beacon was fairly caugh
long," said he, "and I wi
d as my word." He toc
e corn-house, measured oi
shel of corn, helped the ma
into his bag, assisted hi:
ig it on his shoulder, ar
ore his departure, bein
t of a wag, he said with
f the eye, "I say neighbor
u have carried this cor
up to deacon Clark, an
n out of another bushel."
LIGHT TALK.-A straigl
r gives the following ac
ose young men. who "de
father" for their support
no interest whatever i
but are regular drones i
subsisting on that which
by others:
off with your coats, clinch
he plow handles, the axe
ixe, spade-anything tha
e you to stir your blood
nd and tear your jacket
an be passive recipients o
in's bounty! Sooner thai
dandy at dad's expense
self out to some potat
t yourself to stop hog hole
the bars ; and when yoi
rself entitled to a resting
t on your Wyn hook. Ge
nor rng-help the old gej
uo around at least twicl
91ast-give him now ant
nous lift in buainess-

rer on being led; an
noto how thadoliplin
t yo6. Do this; and. oui
t, you witleem to breath
mosphere, possess a nev
ad a new earth, wake to i
ay-and you may then be
pire to manhood. Tak<
hat ring from your little
ak your cane, shave youi
wipe your nose, hold u'
, and by all means nevei
the bread of idleness, noi
nercial says that the Rea
Paul's.Church, in that city,
d the middle of his dis-
)hristmas Eve, when a del-
Heathendom came up the
It was a young squaw
-heathenish, half-civilized
minutive bonnet hanging
k of the head by the string,
ico shawl of gay colors
round her like a blanket.
along with the slow In-
until near the front of the
gentleman gave her a
sat down as if unaccus-
ishions, but maintained
behavior, except when
was occasionally more
y emphatic, she felt call-
express her approval by
dates s good." Daring the
the closing hymn, she
ith the rest, evidently
ed, leaning eagerly for-
raime quivering with the
n of organ music. But
benediction, when the
rmed an anthem, she
of the pew into the space
hancel, where she stood
i of the gaze of the con-
ier eyes fixed on the or-
* the strangeness of her
gotten in the rush of
reduced by the rich notes

n and the exulting cho-
anthem. oor child of
drunk with a new emo-
Y lamb from heathendom,
inscious in the worship
almost at the antipodes
i centuries ago, lay in
lotbeo within a manger!

linger, bre
upper lip,
your head,
again eat t
depend on
falo Commi
tor of St. P
had reached
course on C
egate from
south isle.
with astalf
dress, a dii
on the bacl
and a cali
wrapped ai
She came
dian step,
seat. She
tomed to ci
very good
tho Rector
than usually
ed upon to
an audible
singing of
stood up v
much excite
ward, her fi
new emotion
after the
choir perfo
rushed out
before the c
gregation, h
gan, and all
position fori
sensation pr
of the organ
rus of the '
the wilds ld
tion, a stray
joining uno.
of One. who
and nineteen
waddling c

ou Above all things there should be
no gloom in the home. The shadows
en of dark discontent and wasting fret-
3i- fulness should never cross the
d, threshold throwing their black
o- shapes like funeral palls, over the
gs happy young spirits there. If you
at will, your home shall be heaven, and
every inmate as an angel there. If
t. you will, you shall sit on a throne
ll and bethe presiding householddeity.
Ak O! faithful wife, what privileges
ut what treasures, greater or purer
in than thine?
m And let the husband'strive to for-
id get his care as he winds around the
ig long, narrow street, and beholds the
a soft light illuminating his parlor,
r, spreading its precious beams on the
*n red pave before it. The night is
d cold and cheerless, perhaps.; and
the December gust battles with the
t worn skirts of his over ,a4 and
snatches with a rude hand and wail-
ing cry at the rusty; hat that has
served him many a'year.- He has
been harrassed,'perplexed and per-
secuted. He has borne'with inmany"
h a cruel tone, many a cold word. and'
nerved himself up to ener-gysbolaes-
b perate that-hia frame adidisPl fize
weakened and depressed, and now
0' his limbs ache with weariness ; his
t, temples throb with the pain heat
caused by too constant application
', he scarcely knows how to meet his
f wife with a pleasant smile, or sit
n down cheerfully to their little meal
' which she had provided with so
0 much care.
But the door is opened, the over-
coat thrown off. A sweet voice tells
g upon his ear-like ar winged angel, it
flies right into his bosom, and nes-
tles against hise h t
S The latch is lifted aad the smliog
face bf 1is- wi vs an earnest
welcome. TThe shin -'ha omi.b-
Sed vOer herfair.'i i;0 she
stole a little qquetish glance at the
mirror haigingg its narrow frame
just to see if she 'looked neat and
pretty before she came out. Her'
v eye beams with love, her dress- is
tasteful--and-what? Why hefor-
gets all trials of that long, long day,
as he folds her in his, arms and" im-
prints a kiss upon her brow.
A home where gloom is banished,.
presided over by one-who has learn-
ed to 'rule herself and her house-,
hold. Christianity--oh! he is thrice
consoled for all his trials. He can-
not be unhappy, that sweetest, best, '
dearest solace i his---a cheerful
home. Do you wonder that the man X
is strengthened anew for to-mor-
row's cares?

WHO is OLD?--A wise man k
will never rust out., As long as he
can move- and breathe, he will be do- t
ing somethingforhimself his neigh. 9
bor, or for posterity. Almost to the t
last hour of his life, Washington r
was at work. So were Franklin,
and Young,,and Howard, and NTew-
ton. The vigor of their lives never C
4ecayed. No rust marred their I
spirits. It is a foolish idea to sup- hi
pose that we must lie dowI and die, f
because we arej ld.o, Who is oldi? o
Not the man of energy ; not'theday a
laborer in science,. art or benevo-- t
lence; but he only who suffershis en- r
orgies to waste away.andthe spring c
of life to become motionless; on ti
whose hands the hours drag heavily, it
and to whom all things wear the m
garb of gloom. Is he old? should not i
beasked; but is heactive,, can he
breathe freely, and move with agil- bi
ity,? There are scores ofgray-head- w
ed men whom we should prefer in any d
important enterprise, to those young
gentlemen, who fear and tremble at
approaching shadows, andturn pale gi
at a lion min their path,-at a harsh w
word or frown t

INDIFFEREBNC.-It is easier to
still the wave of a passion, thaa to, l
break the Dead Sea of indifference,
which, like the lake Asphaltes, de- po
stroys the energies of all that amp-
proach it, until, like the birds who
are said to-drop lifeless on its sur- of
face, the heart sinks to rise no more. gr

ou No Gloom at Home.

ae wounded pulp? -
Tam HEART.-b i9 said ot .&
lebrated writer, Bay**, that wn
s mother desired to reoeive6 'M
>rtrait, he seat her aioto o
as heart.
Mourning for sin, is the Aed out
which the flower of spiritual joy

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FAMIL AFA.-WeIsYw -'t.
to-day the statement in a reU g "4.
paper, that in many professedly '"
ous families there is nofaiy..-ti- ..
-thai~ parents arid children, brdh-
ers -and sisters do not habithii y
kneel togeler,-aii seek God's bless- -
ing, upon them as a-household.'The.
statemebt haunted us. We could ""
not gt, rid of i We 'thought. -
we saw home in the wi.deimness, ii.
mid-winter, with no. 9tk, curlg" -
up from its chimneyjwith no chI-.
fLii blaze upon its hearthstone, wih..
fierce bl5sts drlng in Eugh .."i."
dreds of crevices, and ,a. family '..nr .i-'i
ting together. benumbed, aid .jqsi
ready to pe*rdah! They-he pase4 r -
to real sathbir danger-in. a #mrei m .
inghalf-conscious state, the are. ,.
gliding into the arms- oe death.-
What a picture. But sadder isth.. ,
spiritual condition of a home where -
the fires of devotion are not kept "
biurning;'where the young ire.-. ot.
taught-by l.arntal example, theiir..
daily dependence iaQod, and tli,r
need of his pardoin. -,

home).vfhoae~thh liargraph
will lipbnilered, and e ix
14n P. at
~ .* lo -w *-: n -
THEo 'LCK.-- A locki washoio
to Gotlhold, constructed- of .ri"
which were aeverally inscribeil with
certain letters, and could be turried
round until.the letters represented
the name -of Jesus.. - was only
when. the ringswere disposedin this
manner that theJock'ould be opni,
ed. The invention pleased him be-
yond measure, and be exclaimed:
"O0 that I could put such a lock as
this upon mry, hbeq!", Our.-reart .,
are ralrdy looked, "o- '
general with.4o6 a o .
er kind. Manty nReedo04a.I 4hbear
thQ.wo*urds Gn Honor,i^ [m
ihos, b e B and-
open ihamOTp4, he ea-
vior a- I to his hol name t'.-eon-,.
Ltiune shut. May the L6rd Jesus en- &
grave his name with his 6wn finger
upon our hearts, that they remain
closed to worldly joy and worldly '
pleasure, self-interest, fading honpr, "
and low revenge, and open only to
A little boy waemusing bhiself
with his playthings on the Sqbbath.
"Edward," said his mother, ; .
you not know that itis Sunday ?"
S"Oh, is it?" said he, "I'did- 4 l
remember." .
"That is the veay'comimand whii.
God has given ua," said his mother;
'Remember .t he Sabbath day to
ceep it holy.". .
Children oftied opuse themselves'
y saying '-I did not thmti qfopr-
4t;'"I did not-i'oaem&e" Bat
hey ought to think; tA & ought to
member. -
AIITH,-Set faiih at work
hiistfor the killing of thy ai' 9
Nothing doth more engage t .
heart of ama to be lefulandihlp-
al to another than his expectation
f help from hi if justly laid :
nd countenanced by him wh is i
he relief. Our Lord Jesus lath
raised ourhearts, by his kindness,
are and promises, to this expeoea
on; qartainly our rising.up uto
y must needs be ai great esga-
nent upon him to assist us aoeal -
gly.-. Os. ,
AFPL1oION.-4'Thei mild air gives *
Birth to the pestilence, and i.
whirlwind, though it uproots tees,
destroys the devouring looasj God *
lesse in a blow, and pueisaheta
ft. To hasten the repiningofa '
e pierce it; and what so sweet a s'-

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I .. ,11t i ,, ,.111 %., %,Iter l' ,his tu se is nv ,de to ,,. .: E1 ,,,,, F I...... ,-I,,,,,.. .,,.-I, hiee, I Of ,,,-Ito N ,,;111 a.. 4 .>,,li "-51 *1ca llhoo .. '1" ]E U R O P -' M -
h ,,tr -, ii l t e n I I, ,, ,I 1l1t s,,1|- ,1 ,I i ., e, l,, l, h It.;:,i u : ,t ,..s h m l ,.' ,,. t a n tI : F4. 1, 'i,] "l l,,,.,. M l' l".'+. .% .t-. .-" -. ," E D i .g i. ter E d g efi e ld S. a;'s ,%..
lieIF4 nu tOF" THE Ln, ia p *lie l~ Al
In devoting a poorlin of up I' I tVt,, 11.atte in(.,1 le e se s h u ,eIl]'+it.to-, M(.tt.-l,, h s ,:. da h Raih'.,l (, ,-,. ..,-/-i d:. .i:,h. .:., %:TX. ,- -.w:a. .O ..ls tiJ -.S3a ra 'DE'1a e a
.important" pur, .lit, l. .,n ,ll t. t,, .If t h.iklf Ui.I" ,ll,,hal, th ,e |.,hte|itst,, ".ed It, two C0 ,;1I ,, ,rti i t l, .,l r I ; I G O i"our"- t111% "l l",te, IA,:,I till: ,- izy s ill thLi v,- -, ......
or-I.I. .. .. LI .A x, Feb 14, ---%Tilsee.- Roa ot a ~ :,
; ntor,; ngp,. r.,:^ l i t l, t. s. tt e. \\' .a tl l ,. ,- t -. ". t ^ __o to -- n--1 l.. I O r ,,, a'r.h l etollre- "u la.\LiF0.X et) --.I. O.re- Wthelll ,,"" '"F it hoS.nn lvcd A1-r"+ .-r.:, "%+ea O. Grl, -, *,Wf.F. pr,
.. I. '. ." pa 1. r'q'-.m itv rn'o 0 -1 L ,.:thi'r--i t-th wJuer G E' 0.. W.( E .) % A 1J,L. noti.. .... ae S t eamsi p 2, 1' 1?,- "_' -1 ". i L, lrd t r, r-la a- I. ,.,t. O, II
,.' their co-operatiu-11 ill the of,,,~_.i- nn tile -"'rin ur" of.,,~ iSl .r -Itie t'u~r II ." ".. . +-1 ., +,|,.,. I, he tel nli l por w t .+ l?~,.,. a r lt(..ith. .Li)er"poae L;?dat--Ls to tilell~" "r .. r .I" 'Hl"
di ,I qull' IS bU ttleU I,61' U+e. W h el it 11 .- .1 1r +' c. ." .,
,.+ +.m Zv otec'ur:e"t em ,u crp i rld:+i'.us to nuake all applica'tion of' Il~el, deniand a brief notco r rt11 ..,1 . ,.,.:,.,.,... ..,,.r,.,. Ac| -., \.a.,,., ,,.[,.tle p r. ,+, ,.'" '-a rJ n', a|g p lq ",V
-.iv t h vri. u ^ op ps ;!GK^, ^^^ : ^ ^^i -- f ^ ^ ... r.----i Er .%I, EWS -Theenea ew
";ethankl'ully reeive,:- this liquid to ,destr,, the mildew cn To the first [I haveonly to sav that C,,l. " si,,, r,-' ""' "the vines, one pint-of it stuld be Leit.e, w s ,isihormed aW to u,v l'e- W reje leTlily of this subject lo, ti,.ill of a depot on Il., Railroad, as by this arrival ii unimportant "'Line; R Th..-E
the ~~~~~~~~~~ ~ ~ vies oe pii of it shull be -ete .....llrio]a I)myr-
Fri s.mixed wh- hrelve calhons ,ff wnter." marks at at" a dd not then: n r ,is5 r1 COltradiiti,,i to it.- iut suitable for ilis &ectltlandl sir- A a.wek'o later ad0ices had. beeni 171 .:-.A.-'asf^ "^'s <^
['There are fewfamilies in the land, "oIo de se to bild a .. de "t b "
ite 'bulce ,f t ee d 1-.nide,.ato of a Ol a, otin. Col. Rwas called 1A
1+.1., -, e. small fruits. e ;r,,in,.fi, ,this L ORIDI ClO P -IUOlll/,ltll l p5." Therewast,. thebestof mv knowl- eonhacl',ilvi,,g its parie, nd' I to the Cair, and afterr statig the ob- et r f ..in ... t '
A 1elt a t u c e d w i h t e u .r i : C o , s s i o 'n e r 8 1~ z ,11 1 1 a n "i+ 9 t i + + L I K I" '"P. -+ I
"l _:o.^ o cHt 1,t su eeedl with the cur- ......... ed.'e nlid beli such :a prorise u ,de t ,'0 Tlie p^1. ,., f,,r contracts j<.et o," the n ,.eting a, a letter was rsad m d.e ,, 9u,. Tile ir for contracts j," . o tl '. 10 d
27+ mr l',, d but nr l W, t~i i --r ie w ith. y c an M e "v t1 Al .' -" 'nep ... .
atrn., ." ih e the 0,r.$"-' OCALA. FLORIDA. bVMr. Yuh.e. ,le President of ,lhe L o V- the ,.rl, ,.,,c.H,, It by+Col. 0.it< Soue rem,,.,ks l.in+ E'g.r ""._r." !-! .i r.
S "' n- T I.ESD A Y, F E B 23, I .. Fl,,:'ida Railroad C,,,,ar, v. which was hasbeen su thatB,,,,,.th. hhi_ w23, m de a whichi was In to se-c- I tlie ..&
b-e~rry Ahit strqu laelrry ill grreat per- ...were al-ao rejected in the s-time straii ol.M~tnc Ut-'~ --,+
'..f e ti" a n o s "r lc n e -" .. ... .. . a,, i,,n ,:-d I,y M r G e o rg e R F .i ,'- t n-a~ b e a n ) iv a le n t f ',, l }. ,e r l v '. n d ,le , m :,te a l,,c a t i on uo n s i .lti ,,g o f C o 1 A \ s perdil a tta c k o ,, C a ulo u w a s *:cti ~ i ,nhCi e e.11 0-a s
wit..ho.utmn and T hga e n l io s 3f'e t'h t E^ -^ .. w ,,.w t-,*^ ,,.*., *-P,-: .',*I vl< -u- banks. M r. J,:,.Fh Finiffai-ald revslf .t 1^' 1^!th110etio ha bL-i.-n d].s|.ctrlicd G i1,soi. O^1.qO.,t:, A K iM is u,.n. J. F ci|-;it,.,d" .+-'** .... '-- "- ">c lifi lt y--H u d ra w w ^
,:'' +'t hou, tbem. The housewvire flhat th:,z, ,,:..t :,s-a rt Ica,r tile "Fa...ks.x a' ex'perred to "'beir',-f
I" s a few'dozen strawberries to re- I-t.-.,,, ,l t,-;l" 'Directors oftle Com1n ai;" ^*" .P.i. lite, ,lly begging McDlD,,,a J. J:T kv,.kight. J. .. T n.- The Leviathan p*s
A r t tto fora lescrtniavbe inlepend-. ,..,,ti,, ,.,,, ,:.oll... ., ',, .,.i|,,i.,r then pre nt I ,LI.,I ti,,n (h.,t that te't1u e.till But. what is the fact? ner, T. R. Dean, and Col R.Cwls.- :tc^d,:,at t di r. ..
t-'- .. .r preen I '.I~~ -it1 (171 IZ1. A dec,'ee had hieeu is-4'ued to di4!1ide""":4`-:
,,-entofpW cru, ta jellies.. o- pr,-, l,,i,;t hair not beon ratified by th. Is to veryGov ernue,,t.,c,etah.,,t The L.illIttc.reported hat See. 17. rho Fench Army int"O" five "di'isions .-"
,-.prs erves.. get it)h | .0 t"- a f '- l ^^ ^ .. Io soine tx e t A nd if T w,,.-i I lalge IS. be the loea- a Castinah e,-B osooet: +e. Glo pr + a
to begin planting. Til~ ,e |:' n dt :,fiord Is I~e~u' ta ul- tdo' i'e,,' ft,:."nla v .... .
iay do tolerably .well in the sh dle torun our citizens that Dr HILTON S. now add lt it has ,not yetbent e The congratulat addresses by .Be" 6 .. -
of trees,, but iLdoes be.tel: cnultivatl ,Jo nr^s haea Mielded to the perstnsinns Col. Leitre, undertakes in his lester poi; t 'itbeof ep u dic posar e wont .T h b een dof h lo,3 ea ion f the A nt .rm y to thaddr e s b .- :. ." ..- i were
'by itself. T he stra berry ,shbuldnot of his friend s, and will locate in O cala to give a history of the interview be. i.alienrb l .e ubli,'ns are wont to depot o ..d "f n ff eniv tothe
be,,, ouav~iflg beeuan kindse oo. tree Hem to-lno bee" knowno asolo wea+ :rati -we It" Go Per Clia'-
ee -y' g near the four of C r Ilia e Lablche, tsie to the singer, ishdead. ". l N- !
11' a,,l ri ix tC other, i, ,'ll t,, re th ~ A c nspiracy against !,.. ig o "- +. + "2=l+ J
The plant qa. great drinker, an,l tioner in the State, and during the re- tois of the Florida Railroad, above IP ilte? own upon man ill I a Ilion to the Gov- A co st tle. King of
cannot.bear with i||,put.1ity- t heeY depe "... ni. tr a be r d .-c iye , -"" z '
croaehitent of trees, either in ap- et C .ampain served, a V. slal,,t Sur ra .d. which resultefi n that pro,,,i- d 'tastrs their e'fs and enor's ,ot sigi,,g rle bods to seeu,'e Naples had been disieorid. ,
cro ria tin th e mo istureesf, e t her n a t- n i l. R og ers g, ,en o Qs 1 ,r u h 't rs t th ,,'*id h B uIais laan e.a ,,,. lha of the tD ce build ri gos the C edar Krys R o ad C ,,iMF lc tc r. l i a d a f h t b l i g l C a K y R
,Propriatind the moisture of the a1,t- Railro, ( cc t3 Of 4b suhlot u I Men andwo- it' was 1flaved by .J. F MeDolanld. and Liverpool market the Bahiie's ^8,'.^_,
mosphere through their leaves, or .,T Mounted Volunteers. company ever de-ire to niali cauid in advance othe 1-4d pm' 1b.
.... ..arth throu~ h t eir thou~n d -- -- ';; -- 7 7 public w lat oe eurr ;d at thait interview lti."i ,tir ch n iarc n righi :,ri d,+ that a ,::m mit t e be appointed a dh sales ofthe w eekh'h hcom prisel'4d p r'. D- lc'"thhaturt. o u da .fii e be fMl,
the .earth throu ghJ tlwir thousa ndl publr' - ,3 a a in r i c wilb th e,,t i enou ghi a that giev ie nty ' T ire sa e oft e....op, ie 4
Z- I)%v Arh it butf.'.'wha- l. foe., frc,1ore eobe ty e u Io a n by.,,izal,le by hIman byi the Ch ai/Ir t0 itake into ideation bales, of which spnitois Look 1100 6
ifeedingr,roots. .We 'care riot h,1, it ... be then "heeog.
ran ch1exposed the r1spbe 'rv an d Maeh. has been received, and pa ssed r oltection of \hat, did take prce u u- '- T b ta gives a ,d takes liaety the p lpri.tvand legality of ihhe Gov- and ex *ort*.-5 bal'-e dvh
straw berry beds are, so -the g roun, due exa ini action It is a m odel of t t o n s and life, t ether w ith property aiid Lerior s w ithhholding the Stale aid from 000 o all a 7 .. .-. ." -.
- ~~ ~ L O,'lals F ir a quoted, at .. 7- t'4d,'+..,"-iPe,--Hi. ,.-
,is prepared deeply, the plants well beauty, well filled, and we cheefully construed into either assentor denial, the pursuit of happiness, as the case tire Company in t' b uilding-` b ef r e th in to enlh ern a s en o r d en ial O rl a r M i d l ng a t 6 16 o t r.... .
set and matched befre the hot com end it to all as atsuperior Family -, dar ma cigly re4Uire -at the hands of Cedar Keys Road, The Clia.irman ap. bile Fair at 7 18d, Mobile Middl'-d resibe-aeommdte
weather C es on. Tile is anter gazine. Only 82 a year. Address I a on .the authrised functionaries And pointed hArles H. Phinny, J' "Tan- at 6 7-Sd. Uplands Fair aLt 7d, and*U -makng ,pplaton..t this pofice.- "
weathere,,mes0 1n Th land Midsng at:,he 6aaie Only6d, pera yerlb.s rneSri,,[hv o rpyt, .. .. .
of the small fruits which should be T S ArHnLr & Co.. PhIiladelphia. however,.abused, tlho fact renaits in- n ,J. F. McDonald. Col Oats, Col. lands Middliugs :,t 6 13t6d; per Ib. Feb. ^,-1858.>, ; 44
in general cultivation. It. is.- era- inake To tile citiz2.-nsof Marion and -.o. e s an .. in-,o The market closed buoyant The sales -* &iri w ] I
phatically the poor man''s fruit" as ERA,,,110.t.U MN cr-.Nor1--We learn that Alachua counties, I have to sayrnow Tie natu re arid n oteq ai ( hibso and ia l.idde C hare H. Fia w0Were 71w t
on Frd, were 7000-'ales rh sle %t~ I, a v a. 1 -o
it wvl gr.-w from eut-ingss or seed t, sm -e.,ni-oundorstandin has arisen in only what have ever said If you Onf'e ,Th nature a'd necessity of the the Chair an was addedwas 360.000 bales. which' ,'." : -
ind fl urish in every soil..' In the relation to the time and place of the want the'road you must furnish, the forbid, so shot variety of con- Phinny being appointed chairman of 196.000 balei were A rt.ican.A
colder parts of 'the South it is .. b ditin ad liu'Si ion of liberty ,,re~ he said Cc ,nm ittee, theyretired. and .on M a ,,el ,.ster advises were favorable."
next, ieetiny of Sboepholders of tle pe,, s to u bu ld. it. You area ,,Ilatly e.ey, t. .,
'i.t eis n ot as ,lia-ble to b o w in t er .kill d, "O eC ,Ia and A lachua R railroad C om pa- able to do so ; F lor da R ai'oad 1 a B i c ...d.t w ere d ull a d .. .. .. .... d
r 916frle lv% c f'lbry myble. oard isolutin io bi, were u,,a,,i- Fl.u was v,,' tyery 'ddull and ,t 1 ,,salet e iningo'. m =ai.
w.ereit doos:.nut -M- -t luxuria ny" Byret'erence to.,nadvertisement Company is ,.ot able to do it without n f r. an- ea
a a i tbe trainsfurred Noiaol one [,el"Fe to ano' mously )t'ceeived artd adol ed Whea
growth J-or some title, past published -in our ,U r aid, and those who seek to per- e
.' .. '." .... e ., i, l ,e that s.a m.,.,tn -;un c ad ot a o eat te,'ms'.o Hostile R iW /eiad, 1 The Florida At!lantie and *2d per 70 poundssice Tuesday. Cori of.) H irt,,, n the body- of 'na--'3s
: .pst .afF. T .. ^ ^y ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ na.io:' mgiobaule. ,,,arl tel ara nT~n o~.Ca was-^y..\ ob"eRJ~ td g
. ...... . _- -- -. .. -- -ttrtre heI|, at Oa !T d drTi e will be built without your asststanee, l "-.' .ie -'-,tI Iv tl e Lniml-,tu -eof uI,- Suctiv A dull' at a' dec, eo,.,;ll ,-Jo uidag mt ^i.w'h.fnitivefto t3
_The iltr, tin of na~n ben-_ t, (irf March next ...islead you, whether,. ,wifnully origno- te~r .s... ;_ S:ate ;. tm i. tvareou p nt 5 ... ... ...cw.. t C fe was qui;,et _^ t .-
.- des' natetHings.lhe.'tern ,Iwa-1rf.', ..., -- 'Ir s 'heth- ca pttla^1 j, arT s ^ce, compromise, or c u o of a l w. "ard1 mhint..ined orti.o tbh'
.1 ,9' ; + -, 2 -- /. --, ra ti y it' is not for 'm e to Say. W h t p ." : h r s rg tte constr'uctiol, of a R ail ,dull w q o ,t ,,b e v a ,,,n d o' aoi~ i : .+,k '~ .
usually uI.lersto,-l ".l1 ;.ppl e.I te- C A. PRICE, I-.Q..- cnotioe in our it -y. b. expedient f4r to, conilucr, I,.ad fmn111" i le Wat.. ..4 F, ert.andma t Mlonev %%as ea.. icr. and Lthe .--le ofI- 0" b offy i -B-ward f rie ... ""t
ur th Florid R. a.lro' d' jL.pti Wo l ... I Il T hu c ap-I11 tie W -It'" I -L/lai l I in 1 lwesL i ti lle r tl ~ [ 1 J u vlr al wI loeI Ul e '
lfruiltrees, is U tiNflitunate, giving as inte papers an acca nur.t of ]e death of .. l- a surju.ale or exteranate Thus cap- the,;-ters of Tanipa Bay.t with an ex. titt 'est i,, the Bank ot' Enland had for {he app 'eheqsioo ofasad Jottrdan.t+K
of IA ,ese, w r rq in ie s .C~c ,p tof your subscr p i nse I ,ut'a e o x e-a W e redu edot 4- ar e l-,[
t f o a r1)" to C. A Pa icc. Ei- Editor of the T ,-ue ,ives in war h ,ve become slaves- their .,iiim, I., Cedar Keys ,And whet. been reduced to 4 per eel ^.3
st,),,k- oi til. .eispo oe y-O a g
^ s(- ,. ,, U..,on,, ra, Tuskee.Lee. Ala Ue was .-* Ci chlden herms prpidny"rag bondage, perpetuate tile 6aid Company did commncesa- d .h~wii^
T h e b elie ris v e ry c m o n th a t ,a-" r n -" I lea ve y o u to inl'e r fro m 0 ad il b r h atl a o th e ; "," O Lite i ': I N G TO N F e 6. 14 1 bh re is n o ji b *' :_s
dwaf earora plc r~emeas ne lor-l-wo or three %bcyrs a re<.dent of thelwn,,eoui> w ihIfn inll'titkido1^0"- Now nlis is tile rezull t ,i, aepoeue h ograydfi ut aotLomtn l~siojW~r~Ieb e
.t ...i w .Tr .. .. -nii r ,-ivp .+.; Pt ratk n i .. tvhs S tate a d r e athed o , ... .P ,i l (ifta ,,,,,sand er work A hillh such success that they hhave. wha.,ever te'trooaker. iav say. or 1n .. +n" et : .t.c. .
a o.In bell ha 1' a Tuskee-ee albout two years a,-o H e I e I ui Iu I es adopt od as ca Ily I,; A 1~.6 1. the elen of contract. which is the afloat tvveiity five miles of the Road sinuate. The Presidnek message will .*&Se^ aJ ^ '
i p r h a t a t 1 1 l e -n t I Mo t -e i 1 8' 5 -. -- o n u re r -J l ~ 1 D e c o m l e e T h e h a v n o.. v .
dozen specimens. any als-- unlder- was a' fini'" ,hed scholar and na law. ;.- ..oi.t under consideration. Ti le vi re tIe a w o w reached, be sustained, aend Kansasi be a lined. be m, the 1 city.e'1f.^, ."

-: ._ -. .l-. .I a -.m _; .,r, =l- i.. . -,r;.,,;c .; i ,i O i ..I l i' a .t le wli 'o l ',tbtsri .ti n n -c ,/ i o r r. a u l o.ar i e a l l. p o.t ",;e i u i v s t g t o-.co m i t e '"_e, t i.. i h f e.A.. . i.
m Sarnd tilt, term to appl% to the fruilt i rr. arid was also aut hot- o-f a voiLunie' ot iors lenity andt, generosity are appa ., -^ *ii i arwS o ^ ^

.-e 'wh c t e '- n l "+. w ":1 1+ .[ i, *Sw~~ o ..i r o ro-l po r i ae bca ta indr y o ur s co u n tuu. J -" c w h r it "s "ee ar to de g fro r-prt or --t.r -- -'- .U D O p l: ".
ree'Y^^ h -- y --t-w "'"--onls- Poems widel known an app r ae ,, ., ,., remt in subsidizing his foe to servitude, t.lt, M ain Trunk, f r Cedar K. eys- Tle whole country.. except ibc -Re- _. -- Gflverao .'_.lot W
.to boi~b oi-inrySze^^.. Re died from. a pulmonary attick long Aa eha ao ~ m lr l r namlr th^ in lxtermin:>lion or unk er. Wlierv;i, tile Couipari hv.hugtpbian n hi new aljies.r ^r-e d^B te oenr Atr: ,
tD Hi i bplie -, te ",,-,., acre and thn [r tOr toabuild a he iw to vdar n death et 11his ev list Ing b Olow .
by telling themh that weLav \vil-A.wig^ ^ clnslve~ly to the worKf,--13 ing between ^ cco. i mp. e. bfr ww^~s Mh'Main Kansas. aouiies"air.c queliL;8' bW fs ry"^j6-

"cac. in^ : ffeleen, .a'n,, -a oUTE.. 6. : .;,, ., ^. % .. ." , : ..* ... -, .. r' u apologym~ ir/tosa f tthor ieny I ogtt het -v ew o,,. ul ie above ,sta te nsq ofoa twn, cnd T e Iento wine aun ion wan ,aa tree cy/ & ar rng et h* line n ia dd' tgm *^
near teK grunh an^t- nottf^ frfimmer1 ^^ .f .~b ^ g .-. bup ap g t. ^ ., .,,eas Ito .lroa-is es,:, ,. -. .. nlaaStIorda '" i '
8i .bus 1peas ,rrt.ua,, ,na^ onereatm ^.iions, a,,dthusnot on l .so er ayre fLIaeulalou' einuyt o u. ,d^. ^ ,;._ .. .. to^bi Ta~ nplat tioea~nyt-n ore bod th eratni~ any tt- ay Snao r.ersewllP .--g ^1--1:. iarrdadeet ^ .
up B o th u u.t h e~ n bror s ta~ n e tar .' f c -..., .. .er at h.. -, .. a" t.a ol p ig andethem ttan t U, nlilr .abue d ,-e a toy C'e.,J ,,r K leys 'u-le hs the :C .+ompan S a lo thega niz t on. wthe Sorl tht^ l ..r T**. ^ ^-P',+ .'. .-.= j
p o .... a peg tfoitndar t^ n g,'owth of- the town, but ser'. weakeni~ng our nand. and seriou-,y d*,,; ,,_ .t:,. _< a T . ..,., -. ...,+. ......efor by ..is. ee. c, me int h no ... .. ..or whyan^., -r ., *^. l ,l .
. tr es .. .',... ", / s i c u l w I t i io U c "u l > i ni t h at w e b believe th e G o ve r uor, in "l v y n th e m a rmtc a e af t * "* :, *..a ~ I i
""' "Th o rain of ma-"n dwar ously affecting the interests of our cit,-. eopardizing the conpletion ot tie road " Crln,&irf o Sat w hodig ....,c nm h bonds,prcil is ..r important to the pre^ "Wl(. ?J IrfOt.r^
pear and apple treesila pot'formed by zens. There are a great many persona to Ceda," Keys without in tlhe sligbte.- Ri,[t an .Sover~ma,,aa i',kc it will i,,fl e a severe blow, uot o,,lv erva.tion of our institutional, and. the .r"rtmj^Sete^>.&oot,6:m!w~fcl,'~
_k?~~.q'3_ 4-t -,i.r,1p vg cq fi u m i
.. ... '.-le,.4.". ,,t -P th a,.:ins Vh i,,ei t su~ a, e m U1, nt hth l ct, nofwt o ha a.t eeilo ,
... lil6 al.o irar e -a So le. terms~el ofl r ,rto an a

grhelafting the foer on qulnee d u a 'oclnr f. hltn tic Wor,. to t es a udc -U int8eruter e lro n o f o r Ihe oh r tate e^-l. fr hiA riMWA^ .t s
""'".. o a to (-et lumber at. almost a1i' price, and that it annoys ni individually to see the or a ne a" .! "'P6 ie" t 't oh i,,t ,-cits10 the eui Se ntesr from ,, otyeoi lsertain h aplny-ot esahi servitm torooe"
It. V n,1h -viewe of tile a~lb.h, stt tt th p ari a mitKasa
: o,.. 6h, ., ,., h "i io iion that anv 9man who will fmull bitterness manifesYed [ am fo e ,ime V^f' t l o rt -e1 to-fo ns,,

.. =++ ; +Sig* o ,M o,07 ,o; -o,4 l.,,. r"-, Ub-,.

at Yvare lreE c restralnitg 'Y rv ..... ... U" .. .1 c. .. .... .. -I al ty .'on t h -" ". Y PP ; "on" "e q t q i e bP'ur1" '116 is.
a id srowirt, andhleftgelo-'n, eaa~h-^ neake a smalt tort n wth ney r.c ,etonw h te orca latrait u- -"ei w-ithnrone yhar. ofiicto wthl Gvhetw' Flortida tolra execut liel IIa tle will^ b drpp d *.." -j,~
fririf ihoi t\ Kft er' There ~ iiiig anabndnc o imbral ComPan', I hv nti ng to r eproachi f )'71e": .M ..f il,..IF ,he laws of the State f',th~fully -,,d I eau, .+suroe ,u, fronahc best qua~r- A'Ig ^ahlf1Bl^Pg>b Sf
~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~, ."+^^^Ju "iig ,-iiieaneteen~ae anb-yef ih halnete ~~ "^ i^r T l^c.-l.tolhe trust 'enos'd i,, lim;er, t^hat~llt1hci..sidi,,sal,I,.eals,,,^ r.l, ql^ ^,^ Jf^rHM
n e n .. I .P a .

OLl,;ud that but we believe Iht he lhas other ieal to the political cupid notf the South _E tnd heed Saould
't ,0. the tTa' .e ne oWeneryoooiottr df-
i1g gei+s i ivn fte. Ch ,to, ta n ti i b ond wiith- r on m eg of Soternat eor will....
. ,; ... .not only .on, rieouft of.-the.COjyent-tieneF rise^. whieh; promiesso uel, its other officers I did write the ,'es- -SB" &^'f~na ..hlig fli ido tt fr. tl ,t hav .lde thmele .o pon s eid larg andw eespln a^,^H

--?'aus0theh1 of the^ }eiind+ which -wilt. act 8o beneficially on old, ions of~he tho'cala meeting, at ftteSS d' 1"~u ..ligo h etninR.. ilct mkthadiioofana, -aeOe~a, A. n ai ^ ^
i bcu t Retso/ted, TIhat if the ,Company are under the lcomptun bonstitutlon. a ya'.e eo as *4 ^ ,
:* .^horteuin,ia lr.cssof, thbrai-t weint'rhs1aofourtown? Now is the the request of Gen. John Scott. I o wvj | "ay. byeno ahe .ound of t ieC ter to build wh l fd in t B S. o"eaheUnieon"ne wht-fe

""'"': es is easier 'within -,,;Tirl.Te= : tre; :mad ..-here is- a ehancee for the Most presume the ""diioa assignment" .p^l~~K "o by .h Y for tyl(of whc ls- n 'uish ad['.
tre -s, -ie f-af t rdon, l.qh eondltto a nd t he s a ,b h o n h h re o b tl h i e at -Cr.o ll ,u
Iced The noted or such all~~ mk deriato Thaspx (of wllto that of", ;--n.e Sp... .

":" common, prw ctih e ..... so tif letting p'on,-t o- t Crolyable. .-i'nvesttmet o'f capital, and will be made as is agksd, for,,in those .-fife time ..oxpedieu qotin'g does not express an opiuiou.) eWID SPaa IEsiTtrroN.-Itap- ,pefoi '
es start at the heigh .stusx or;seven ]bor, and we'hope'that some enter- resolutions but the idea ortgoated ey of th'e ^alltselnteonsid- we.beleye the Goverk r ohtuld M ai pears from the appeal of the Assoeia..laesmena
,e 0 L n" i" n i .e__ ^'.: pig ins du thu is favorable with Ge n ar ott and others and not with eratiom,: ,i t o ,l to,,pel tl t le ,upan., ,ocary out, lion for tntproang Sten o -wdi a f.

up t ienceonsou d haios-optfor t'(ltard .. < ". l i b V iy
pn te g of e- w k t ha nd and sPet-,:..pterio y f&oi --suil, Thfe a t pis me t tie a wor with ut
1- "r rt1^ efnlm? and ^Id. wf r th r w of our town andin- oflhat reaolutiou which refers to the l 'a -.. ,,t or ...... -a Iha- thall owe believeth it3 solute state of destititio iv.Naew teor mainenanet
T eOe to o m;," akin da- un l y affcras ing th e intores je location of the road. ad tI freely aad of St ate. ; couditi s." the b.on /p than ever wor kno rn: t oith..the pr

pear fomedbyzes. Ter ar a great-- man pesns tohear Keysojc without indue slgthe O ifB i6tA^ .Ta tFodJ^te huadpfresh^j ^ ^ 3 H |
.n apple trees isreptl$ pro- ... it will .nfie a, ..r b .. t.=.., duri, ti, o o..ur.si -i a a the

-a- the --te oeainee, a nd em de-. FlemiOton wewguiborhoodsto subsrbe -lad... degree ben.efitin tyo- --r .... of^ you- 761fl.0 H-
0"--::2 tonoltfe.This tjca~rry ,o~or.toratseaCompanyofMoant-. ^l^Oth ntoftlr respective abili-" 11."4 til -,-,---,-e -=-io- n e t r""' id seeu tmonati the eumlec ". o t, or..hat

the- la. te- 6nT..: .rd s o ,i ..- .,o . .. ......... t weas f,,orl a man. %6 1. .1iii l .... .

"-" on tIhhe.'easewttit lher.y eargee. Id 'ter at. almo s t i priea ndoe that itanrde" vto secure the' lo eatiot by --tu 4I1, tile Ri.id to 'l Keys. t Setorus r o ne. or fui olltherS tate.
-, [ .. .' I .. s amp I s m u st e r ed. t id ihr or ehs O f tpe p l a c e p a r t B e s id e s ita^o is. n o t, b y a.. m n c
T:'" *.. *- ,'i S\ which will be and thus t ake the F-' rida, Railroad directi fo.,a-. T.. S ,, .- -.._ .In-' the oae or. Robinstoa n a w il r A

dirtatrt a mill in t c o co11s But -ien all 11 -i. ..^ .". ". "." .. ,,-.l.+ ..'
'." ma" n : 6 r A ..'ini ", ",,;eg~''in~, i'tw ,hata whe highl 'p .. ...-^1. .,4. .romvelI ".,- tune ; org,. ",.. cor"y it"" is,: ,qu',., ... i te,+.

). bothon jwarfandf tanht rrttreesin, """J"' .....-... ... uompauy suuniaub -.nti rn u -, c to .... a
;* We-tn i ,.its.. -promise most imprudently made by cer- The i
t -it t tsc 'fo Tllowed.: Anl-tb- n -:' ..",..'r T <,, ,, tain.of its Directors myself among the itigtoiu.l_
..,':*' ... m "t-owtt tfat the grass l .ot" .. ; number, without having been first bet- eugag I
*-'. ++b w u.-erneatbh--tha! t panaiyge. edge th+"ep.p,-of,the March number Gc er ta t 'w^ w;hi nat Gov-
2 q u g. . . . . . ..S. ..a. .dl y s a g a <
*m.nidf 4he tr.es, 3'- ir~uHed^ ofthia.opiil#.,Aagaio." So rapidly to perform it.
-: .ni5.ng3..oue~hC~el~ba_kert ir [t 'fia' it been iiu proved of late,,that it is y eleg.
.... + ". r-.In, ;.wi- "n6f. .,, ..sidgred ltheeadnug Magazine uteworamore Mr. Editor ,and IJ",
T b o 1 16 u s .o~ A -dlt t l d r e ; =,P "l i' ? t v oe T h e s t o c k o f t h is C o m p a n
' ^ ^,t ..: .. + ^ -X ; *-! ," tfo r 't a la d ie s in A m e r ic a T e r m s, 3 .f d. .n e ,
h:a e, n ohde. fr ult.taee g. .43% y al- ',"- :' ..- ,' ,-, So and its enormous dividends have ex- h
": = "" t ; '0' 'ile'-'" D" 0. nJM m..4lretios, W ATSON, 6 ; . .'"" S' A J
-* r ^ys sefiarat+ g g e.. I ,. + .:..0.i W..,. I -". cited thecupidity of-Orange Springs." d
.+ -... e. tals,..-,_' ^u~t .. I would be much obliged to him if he repd"i
lten,.,l AM,%*fs' Gr TO -Fb 17 isp
.. ,". -. N. C.," .7 -- Th would open his purse strings and take was
1L 1 t r,, ~s.e ^^..^+;t o" -tiie-~h stae,'toM ^p a little of it, only sevent.lrn dollar in teen h
,- ', "cut i ... 1tedman, 4outi4 for ayettoe:ille. from abnut[,
"u~k -c%>tleg.w wl.rtr ts tin; this;pot't, e.,plod'ed at Whitehall. kill the shlare ha so far been cale in andsive

;P,, ,'- ^ ,b-in!.-rtwf, h.b..~bsilute lng fro-dcfif'teen- +to (wmt~y persons.'- it is not at~a alikely thlat we shall call siv#valuo m
.....": ,S.-6ry-.fors..hrtyingoreh.nr, t 8onie~bodies wereij'ecov< rod,. but many far more than "ten dollars per share wrold i
f'.- '' "v,^Jo .wt^", *"' :,. ... .,*;.:. '+.were sti gi'ai~gt^.+.. '.., -.. ... *r.. more during tlhe current year. It will .mty !.

'] ., .i^ ^ "OArPP/'V..T^ 8- ,os x' D ^ "^ ;..-La i.' afford me much pleasure to exhilhit the ;his famiq
.. ..i~-frit co nae a d" "...."' .a th Semi nol Iri bc.- booksof the Company to himr whether, > .
*-. :. -boiler. o f the "..ep [ ,nol, Ctr a l of i o s d l ,i ten ill
;. r + int., iflo- .l- d -dah io, in transittoFlor he subscribes or not. and een if heb tr ^o

' -": m^o ^ /hawV (udtfl (da, at the irsta,,ce of the Governrtiout. obtains no other reward, Ie will ere anid l at,
db i Wa in a k et1 % )aa d o f to .iad cet..e- B lly B ow leg s to eig rate after r h ave the ad val tagai ', t a m e fu tu re v ia -ir
., *' ": r ph'u~rtid 'a., .'agl|:.W.twai,.,4ied ja New Orleans. on the" .egmaroication. of knowinga tome little ,Sam sbh^

ek y a"m atlaof-iresh slvng -. '^h" January. He was overtakeo 'by fo w t.h -ten botl and per s orkeiw
more' .: fie-lxthe saoe thorgu y bv oikess-i the street acd died, Ihanting m.

+, ., t*l 'n o g a d e h 4 w s n a r o q e y . ro up I mp .he a ntisfa oc it~w of .iok 'n o w led g i ng '. .I n d etl]
^AW'N t e -. thathehas been g tiyofa verygrett.isty f
`4 iaiL,i DE- ADo .., Ya h.

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OV* he. subsribe or not .an.