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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: May 4, 1858
Frequency: weekly (published every tuesday, except two)
normalized irregular
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1857.
General Note: "Independent."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 36 (Dec. 23, 1857).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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P0 E T R, Y forty or fifty thousand dollars be- civilized propensities to their full was loking after number one, than Grandlalher's Advice. had better trv uncle Robert's wayof D.ING oF FR0G.T.--"ra, ain' ."'".
., tween myself and, Ehe world by mar- extent. At one of the hotels, just in the dinner before them; and when "What would you advise me to subduing an enemy ? Take myad- relates that the.Duchess of Aneou*
"DOn't Stay Long." rings, ,nd you may be sure I Vill beforeleaving New York, to return this little incident occurred, couul 1 do, grandpa? Jim Blake does eve- vice, try it ; "heap coals offireupon leme, in the 36thcerntury,.being ,
A. A look of yearning tenderness not let thikonopportunity slip for any to Baltimore, and ,there tale the not suppress a titter, rything he can to vex me. He his head," andi he will be apt t awakened duringthe^nigit's'l-e.":';--^
S dBeneath dher oelaheS, ui. consideration. Helen Walcot must cars for the West again. he met the Hearing this, Tilghman became hides my books to make me miss mysurrender. surprsedatan extraqrdiary.bngh" ""
,.*'- Ar shdod her eyes, be mine." young man referred to as a travel- suddenly conscious of the ludicrous lessons, trips me when we run -" nessw.iihilu-iatiehehClbcr.:".'
_,' As in some deep unruffled stream Additional evidence or the Fact ing companion, and remarked the fi.ur lhe had made, and glanced races, and brags how big he is be- .,rious Letter... Ap.rehepding.it .t ..bshe.ji,:
-Are elouls and summer skies, that the young lady was under on- ft that he recognized and f'nd requent- quickly froi face to face. side me, and how easily he can take The Philadelphia Evening Bt- reprmandedherwo fo.hvi :
p t e gagement of marriage, soon came ly observed him. Under this ob- The first countenance his eyes me down ; and to-day.he took the leMin publishes the following letter made to large a one:]butht 'as- .
From~dreamy, sweet eil-life, to the ears of Tilghman. The ef 5ervation, as it seemed to have some- rested upon was that of the young snapper off the new whip you gave from a married lady in t9h to her sured her it was caus.tby-fleBn., ."
And crossed the rosy threshold, but feet was to produce a closer aten- thing sinister in it, Tilghman felt man who had been his stage corn- me, and when I ran to tell the teach- friend in the country: ThefDu(Ae880Terrc ainB"'
To find herself a wife; tion on his part to Helen, who, at limes a little uneasy, and at the panion ; near him was a lady who er, he called out "tell tale." I wish NIv DEAR MRS. 11--: --I too bewitlrtiawn..a.
'.'.,-ently should. lie lea '-hersteps greatly to his uneasiness, did not hotel table rather curbed his greedi had thrown back her veil nd whom I could leave the school, or get him. thank you heartily for. your kind: ,this unusual light t!f :,,'-"
seem to give hiim much encourage- ness when this individual was pros-. he instantly -r cogitizye as Helen turnefdp]ut." ..... inqu"rea^,'r -,Jkin,,',ii-'t,-
.' ,.-las,-elaps her smal .white hands ment, although she treated him With ent. Walcut. She it was who stood be- All this was said by little Sammy rest of the family. .'ur"son.. Jhn:- istaphpnmn"h...
Upon his arms so strong, politeness and attention whenever Finally, he left New York in the hind him when the clerk ejected Halsey, on his way from the large and daughter Mary are in' good to..
Ho fe, ieasmmrsg, crahaltbtdst dauchtr M r Car'oie nn od to.eros.feo- .
,owroaswike a sumraersigh, he called to see her. But it was 12 o'clock boat, intending to pass i m from his chair; and fhe had front gate, where his grandfather heahh, but as to daughter Caroline." Shut t.e.window j'it,.aipm,- -, '
he-whipers withthhe pAtngkiss: not true, as Tilghman ad heard, on to Baltimore in the night train beenanee witness df his sayings had taken himn his carriage, on she is beyond doubt, a most ektraor- which.atiouriees .i.- artur., -
"Beloved one, don't stay long." that Helen was engaged to a young. from Philadelphia, and experienced and doings since he dropped in his his way to the barn. Imagine his diary being. It is with the ut- mustprepare-for.de~t"" The.ol-" ":."'
; man in Columbus; though it was a sense of relief in getting rid of present place at tlie table. So surprise, when the white-haired old most candor I inform you, that she- lowing morningsheaeit frherc6n- ->'
lea alm ost a Ul ays on. her l p tru e th a t sh e w a s in corresp on d e nc e th e p presence of on e w h o ap p eared pce a t se ta be m a n w hose q u iet tem p er h ad alw ay s h as la tely sh ow : "" e" r" "r "t -t"f ;tf a ^-'" s e l
tuthtseasicorsodnetepeecof woapaelmuch had his condluct affected her ..,,.ysen a strong pTrope~ns-. l~osr tleratyo-;.-" %
S-weethe frigrf ose leaves with a gentleman named Walker, to know him and to have taken a with a sense of the ridiculous, that been held up as a model for imita- ty to drinking;.and when .sh e. can -.g..issol.ioo; T-.,.i. ,v.'
When by soft zephyra stirred, and that their acquaintance was in- prejudice against him. As the boat st."could not suppressthe smile' o", turned about and said, "I don't et her liquor, she seems.perfectly eared he'.the appre'.De Mm;,were',, '-
-.And lingering in the memory timate and fast approaching a love- swept down the bay, Tilghman t- curled her lips a smile that kn w Sammy, unless you contrive happy.; sh.a not -any appe,.te, lf ...... J1.-4
-Li. Lke songs of summer birds. like character, anmused himself first with a cigar "i felt by Tilman as the death some way to break every borc in his solids, nor has sh' eate- an' 'e ha'd .
-Adi,,hi/heart the nest.e warStill she was not indifferent to on the forward deck, and then wB1 L",w to al his hopes of winning, her body, that is the way my father once since shetotow .whieh was ..--. .-.
k "Wnd ot her.t..... ai w th al ad hce s 6f ca con ueredanenemy" n e d as 'o "d t "Why grandpa, I thought your is no such thi- ,- wt orarul l"0]]
Me.... *, esta not till she weary grows, strong a, preference for her, began He had already secured his dinner of these hopes went his appetite' ; h'ng as reasoning with ;WP. y." O~il'li "
An e od eye ar bid 0, C3' father was a minister.
.':- And her fond eyes are hid gradually to feel an awakening in- ticket. W hen the fumes of roast w is '" w "* i e on t "er ..... t- :" -."
Iabasw ihlei bitresand with that he went'also--that is, with her on this Z bjeeti her f- bflK s.~ ys e -_~l' v .~; i -.
Bene Iat tear hch vieing lid tte-ret. -,viua wa 'u "So bews"n ttesm _m inee advise he, t..... .. ...
Beaatheaehvil d ter(st. Tilghman was quie& to per- turkeyvcame to his sense, he felt from the table, without so much as "Sohewas, andat thesam me indeed, do not attempt toadv'i'eher,-t*.iti of.Ioafl ."-
ceive this ,and it r "shatp" enough to have devoured aigh I refer to was a Chrstanboy. just knowing it wou/d belostlabor. 'hve. this dl "-
A-'n "bhow 'many heart are kept g the exultatin of his reeling, he whole g obbler Thisfor the e ss e Oncth e be-inning to turn his at te .,ntion. .. celestial o s -ot 'p-.",t ..." .
In thhe love-atk uttrf soig vbl -b hsidcto
Vthtlv-utrdsnlthe subject of studying for the. min Tan of quaht an i rtehnd- enddbtel~i
-,'' scar e wh oo life's w av es said to him self: the app -oaching m eal caused him to until the boat reached South A m a n q "iy; and h r attend- Pre ., e j ;-h, H'' ^ ^ -i ..,:
11 'swiftlyborne along',wo on e JI'll show the Cojurbus man that (live down below, where tw n w her s servants" boy, N. J., and then took care not "sty.". .. .. ants than her brother notwithstand-. "pRsed t indrate' the th'.'' ':.
eeng Sammy's wondering di-' nm s hei-ige r sov
'Bttt. what has heard from some dear lips I'm worth' a dozen of'him. The were busy in preparing a table.- to push his way into the ladies'car, saisfi ed ,on __mg .s ing she is single, apr pos, It is my mvreygns,or.revolutins m,.thdt.. .
I .. hose sweet words: "Don'tstay long." boldest wins the fair. I wouldn't Here he walked backward and for- a specimen of self-denial to which granupaopinion, that if shi does.not.alter -..9.. .0s.7 :.-.....,.
. ... ... .. ...~~~~~~~hol an d hn e l me unar nes Bw r ill ,ili F" " -- --"" "'" ..
..---- .gve m uch fo~r his engagement, ward.about half an hour, in com pa- nocm an eap m e u "narness hcq t in m any respects ino B E P H., .,.- e ... ..t "
:~ ~ ~ ~ ~gv muc fo hi .nyge be was not accustomed. _T-.1 -1h cqLc mayrsctno B PoM'-eersy.he
MI: CELLANEOUS. Tilghman -.was a merchant, and ny with a dozen others, who, like Six months afterwards-he did and weare a"e man wni oe trouble .with".her. .She told todo anytime "In .-inut-,"-..
'; ,.. :. ..'. visited the East twice every year himself, liked to take care of num- not venture to call on Mhss Walcot ,,"vh". ... fther., whos ...am" slleeps at least half her..'time, and. or "by-and-by." 'lfhils 'e aha;t6 ad _.' ".
T41Litirl'.ca,.e of-.Number One. f0th keepseo buyine irregula hou.one.a hher, astedseso "". ... ... b "'
for the purpose of buying goods.- werone. The, as the dishes o -Tilghman read the announcement was Robertahorsthan her habit which if ot overc e ,
"Every; onhe for himself.' This In August he crossed 'the moan- meat began to come in, he thought of the young lady's marriage to a brother Richard used to have some rathe/'. When we ta.i ser-iously.'to- prevent all, confidence in. .jiaB'..o,'
...as. .oe-of'Lawrence Tilghmnn's tains as usual." Some men, when it time to secure a good place. So, Mr. Walker, and long afterwards differences s. hv Invpd aph nthpr her, .he seemyto.lst~n, but shows. yo growluo..e Yeaciitllen ..^ ot.oe;..
,favonte~exnressions. And it will they leave home and go among, after taking careful observation, he met her in company with her bus- but still their high temper led them n makf tont -rom the"the duties-you owe to your;; s~ey '"
'deor hm'-n'o' J' ustice to -say that hp stran eea t ,asmda OSt~ ihfle
.- nju .. s tt strgers, leave all the good breed- assumed a position, with folded band. He proved to be the travel- astray After awhile mv father be- gener tenor~f 'her' conduct, Fit is bor inhe sfme way, andJose --hit'.,=
.ually ac:ed up to -the sentiment ing they may happen to'have had, arms, opposite 3f thesarrangements. butto evident that' she has. re-, ...nf.e. M j e lo:".,.
....~~~~~~~ happen to F3 .. g companion *'ho had been so dis- came,* a hristian, an by h,,is,'bugo vdetto hehdol--yniue a7me oefier,,-
.- '. ^i"me transaotinsandso- behind tlin, Such a man was At length all was ready and a wait- guste ithis borish conduct g for to:Sh &n in appear- specto-E.n.: .
"' eA..lhi voi-~irse,' . ... though. rde .J m.-- i ,a me... ir . :--
-var., g. g e-Y.-r -'T wna." Themioment he stepped ,r struck the bWil. In.tantlyTilgh- when on.hi%. ...t trip.to the East. anee .....'. ... 08-^^
.whe.e~ver .a too. manifest exhibition into a steamboat,, stage or railroad7a9 drew fortnia chair, and had the _Our youn~g:-e.ntl.man has, be- eompfrmons..He ,efa~d to. t, poia- .n.caeam~ .the.. ,.e0. engage .roagh.fif__i^
!rbd,T rnjis.s was-.]ikel to affe it car -the eaer,,-on e for himself .,rin- glory of being first at h ad the hnocaat blh.
it "bto Ou tma t e "at ....' eraf.7r,liu napaete oundh' obe"-h "
h ".'.n .the estimation .of certain ciple, by.which he-was governed,. He had lifted,.his plate, and bad first when'from home, and we trust thatr break the Sabbath or diso-t t any apparent ed... ... .hjv.e, .it.. t. "
c h r d b r a t h e S a b b a t h o r d i' .e r "_i ".' ; .
...patties-.. with whom h. wihed to manifested i 'selfin all its naked cried- as he turned partly round- some other young gentlemen who bey their aren't and -ersisted ip cause; at others as placid, we know -.their chaact r, anS'ww6tii nj:.
stand Tarticularly tilr In anhi^ deformi Here waiter bring me some of are too much n the habit of taking ...... : heir .... on all p .otwh I.,ll notsay that. she thingbtblejig.ns-thr neig- j,-.
.J-: ,_. Y .., .. iy nad it was at once con- -H r wate rn, me som of are too muc in th .. ..... of .-.'. ..k.,.'.. .
J, dealings th'is maxim wns. alone rem- eluded by all with whom became in that roast turkey. A side boneand care of number one, when they are "r occasion so thatevn bis broth- Wan ts charity, yet I never-knew a both
c on e n h 'uny heso, so thst en i tal of antTs dra w a te a 1 TeBer knoUew lac b i t o ee l ... .
garden ; and he was never satisfied contact, that let him be who he a pice, of the breast.' when hand among strangers, will'be warned by er was fora time turned against him. tale of distr^8 drawa tear fromder, placed in their wpo.,..nd that be. '. "
vpless,, in bargaining, he %-secured wbuld, lie was no gentleman. was laid on his shoulder, and the this mortification, and cease to ex- "By-and-by," I have heard mytun- hour I ak she would not lose' an causfiledwhene houi .
-. 'negreater advantage, a. thing that On going up the river on the oc. clerk of the boat said, in a voice of pose themselves to the ridicule of che awe couldn't stand Robert's fri samu. ment to serve h er 'best h' "t S'v.....'
O ..rett* generally occurred,r : ` casion referred to, out' gentleman authority: well-bred people. por friends. Applause or censure she be. A tool is lost e'..n .
"Frte _.own, ... Fute down-!.... :-pos asay ogr riual treats with equal indifferencee she ... "on
There resided with e. same went on the free-anl-easy principle, "Further down Further down.! .. promptly put away when done wrtB-'. ,
l 'vin-with, Tilghman--a. western as was usual with him when in pub- We want these seats for ladies." "ITn- WOaLD OW 1.S M.EA Lwr- as he had told father of some p is often ratlr indecent, even before Fulfl-
".wi,-.".0 certain young lady, whose lie conveyances, consulting his own Tilghman hesitated. owe"-Tata fstrin nge rs.oest So one d ght ui pune in When she con verses, that it no;.pu
(her owned a large amount.of pro- inclination and tastes alone, and "Quick! cauick !" urged theclerk, d delicacy which is an ornament to. her day I caught hn
:. ^'perty. Shewas'h~sonlychld, and running his elbows in any and every There was a rustling behind him wrmth of its sunshine the beauty gave him a regular thrashing; and de qitelasiehA
W would fall t heir o all his wealth.- body's ribs that happened in his of ladies' dresses, and our gentle- wiarth antis sunowinga that eguld thr l fshn f saw the least appearance of a blush the o agh t very'erlye, ae,_i.e
Of course this young lady had at- way, He was generally first at the man felt that he must move. In of its earth and wget e would to rn "y her counteuarnce. She pren t ter m~rly trhe ntio'i "i
traction that w ere felt to be of a table .w hen he bell ra rg ; and, a s his eagerness to secure another ctionsoand friendships, w which their, and get m e w tipped in returnuntenine. lhe bit b s p rin tod ao the ; in d ep e ndtnt ".. .
when troe bhidho d, o gg mint, a gais ea er es setro secure eats "n true. sometimes liberal, but beotoirs ofG d a of hein e ad n .8 ,_-.'
most weighty character by certain he had a1 good appet ., managed pla ce, he stumbled over a fhair, and el st rearound andmino your t hat ao unt. I came in rather her favors in so imprudent a man- preme Being author and m a(er -t .
young men in town who made while there to secure'Atzood share came near falling prostrate. "At wothlss trunk. Foralltesean'd slowly when the horn was blown for ne' that t ae frequently re- althings, fromwhomwereer.M ".
the seIe Y. woreeaess trok herll asse and .. ..
themselves as agreeble to her as of the delicacies pr(:"ed for the length he brought up at the lower 011 ceived without tanks. lNotwith- g..d. who loves' as- "8.- .:
possible. ~~~ ~ ~ r4 Amen fors the la-Icmay .endofthhe tble, other blessings of-countless num- supper, for I dreaded father's angry -goo.d: :.- t -: ..-, .
possible. Among these was Law- company. i wdo the te bers you area debtor You have looks and besides, I began to be standing all these foibles, she has things. And onsequentto iu to- -
ar ry,! saidm a en. t mE v one tfouht n h rmlf.was thes e o a- ound. .ai r n ew position, -a -a netve'r thanked G od for health and asham ed of m y disgraceful conduct, somebgood qualities, andIit ts but to be "
l*ar. adafin ohmoetogti i m.. hs ca on e oiin w i fer.! You never made the world bet- As Robert had not tried to resist jusice"1 that /,e should be men- ence of the Suprere- Beimg.-: -,. ?'. Ph. "s ..-'
'""day^-they- ha~d been talking about sions, ...and his act( ;is fully agreed want some of that roast turkey !" te o your living. You owe for me, but had walked away without tioned in order to balance the, ac-. 'is eno--hg tol~t be .. w'th, wi-honttw -'.L.- *"
,-"tie'lady--"its'sno use. for youi to with lhis thoughts. The waiter did not hear, or was th brahyubeth n o h speaking, I felt sure he would make .on-I b .i~ P ? o n to eplain th. 1matr y '. ."^ -
,,,i:pley the agreeable. to. Helen Wai- ". On crossing the mountains in too busy with some one else to hear. stent yo ejoy. You han' up for it, by telling of me as soon as tanbtos o she covets rnh o pmosses the"erl- ofo'-rit eandBTbei takn:?^- :.,
l ;.cot" :- -.. Stages. (this.was before the railroad So loud and earnestly was this anthn to u crdi on th dy he reached the house. To my sur- .ba "h hsargtopses. S"e ary .f. p rit ribeg,.t eon:-^..,
'.*-/. "And whyrnot,- pray ?" .returned from Baltimore to Washington was uttered that the observation -of ev- boo oredger of life--not a cent. prse no on seemed to know about '8 chasite as ice, and treats all men abl forward t io h 'gttem na~er

!:i'.Tighnian.", ;. ":.!.:', completed,) as far as Cumberland,- .ery one at that end of the table was Yo have never taken a dollar's it, and Robert greeted me as kindly andth ena idferom ence imp hetuosit o nfthe nitebomp^, ihe: "n.a.tur.:-.
":= ;-"They.,-sayvshe> eng'aged. .,o.". '.' his gr-eedy, selfish, and sometimes, attracted towards the young man. stoc in Heaen You are a mis- as if nothing had happened, though .. .hn --o ." imp-.oit .,sr , the-m,, Iniebngtered-e

,-,.''-"o0wh1h". :' ----.* E: doWnright boorish propensities, an- But he thought of nothing but se- ^ ndltbakutI knew his back was so sore that he aisposition, interrupts conversation, eithie filled J.wit:atlue deaBs4 ,-.- ,* .
;i::-: Tp, a-young mnan in:Colombus, noyed his fellow .passengers, and curing his povender. At length-he eroue aless, ido lenth s brankfyu cudhrupti u.Jstbfr .. .ttis without any intention' of offend- pneed with 'unin]lgi-ble' D.otion|.r.^. .
,Qb0o.-*; l*"-;;;"'I-.'..L..' particularly a young man of quiet, received his turkey, when he order- You ,,_, .. floatontesraof your oulbd-tm h ardy sin ua Just beore s nea g. She neve'rqays herhead upon ...of Himi.". : ', *. t ;' *.'>.."*%, "^ :
-....-iyo~ay-ms~o. -. .- ...'.* *.. refined,. gentlemanly deportment, ed certain vegetables, and then be- layeitnce lik lo.wo on be-ie Iway -idnt oa kind ofatseraof her pillow with resentment in .her ., ,- *" "'-, .,
:;,f:":ai-t: mention iany,,~althority, who could not at times .help.show- gan eating greedily, while his eyes water. Were you to sink to-day to in wa}, "NoD ichard y o onel fathe of d o ufr nesna ^m "*T n,^r?<
.'id...--. -. :- ..;- ing the'disgust he felt.' Because were every moment glancing along obivon yo .would no lev a m;Ftero? NoicHa^hard nonbtrcollection of-past in:--:-ur ies a. ^smaltfiia's' it^'^i -m:?
,..:lnJ~ed,:ia!- Well, IllMbreak he paid his half-dollar .for meals at the table to see what else there was The wold owes you a living! helped me to forgive yon." That sh teas e frind witho,, u t cere- .. ^i...,..?..":,,-- -.,..

:... ;he~ngaitnient,:._f'hr~- .ay.- aen nth a,.dha em to tempt his palate. '' Where is there a manly thought remark, and the kind .look in his _t :t 8Di- 8' n.t offnde at _t_,= wan t n-ne auow'tSo^~ 'oBrf '. -":"
'_"^em~tt.n^ : ..--. ;.*': ": ed to feel .himself hieensed to. gor- "Waiter !" he called, ere the first uttered, or a noble deed performed?! face broke every bone in my body. o it in other..o, But, als ,wa ar- ...,. '";

^ .."Y ,u wii .- r/- )" .. i mandize at a beastly rate. The mouthful was fairly swalrowed. W here are there evidences of your I begged his forgiveness alone and 'al her itue while ..he continues p- -.,,. or -,,.". -
: ..:,.Oerthiuly. Helen, wile .worth moment he sat down to the table he The waiter came. labor! Nowhere! You are loung- before the whole family, and from so fond of oor--bottle; s practice:
:. '. m-when. her. fathe '.di~es, iand would seize upon the most desirable "Have you any oyster sauce?" ing through life withyour hands in that day was a changed boy. I from whieh even the rhetoeh of tog It is oeoiW. i b^., .,
'l:_de.;6.dishV"n nearandl -hih, and appropriate at ""No air." "' to
,_ nroa oup, "y i .o dish near .. your pockets, an indl.ent loafer, never again did anything to grieve
-' "-,'- .ei ;" yu.ou least- a half, if not. two-thirds, of "Great cooks! Turkey without swearing and slavering nonsense, him, and before long began, I trust, desist. However, I hope' we shaU social interoour e;" : j.-1
:-^tefiptyo .i'rBr'y, ot'the. what it contained,. regardless utter- oyster sauce. Bring me a slice of You drink, gamble and;chew tobac- to walk tho straight and narrow path be able to give a bette. 'account of ", .tesse nt o m^ -^ '
... ..pto i "'" l.' ofhis ... passengers;thnham.co, but never earned your board. A with him. Poor, dear Robert, after this extraordinary girl in a Short i ou with oh r2-t .-
rnCt ""ractrfoe would cairfgr the next most de- "Bottle of ale, waiter!" soon is- pile of lumber would be of more ac- many sufferings and toils, he ha time. al the' mnut soon be an.- ai-. triuthfjlto ourael^ .ot -
A iey c- sirable dish, if he could not reaoh' sued from his llps. eount, for thatcould be ofmedr into gone to glory' teration either for thet better e the. interest oheht t jle fl^^
cont fo tbttol of' trud Into gon to loy!
t*oB^n'm^1^ it,. and help-h himself after, a .most .-The' ale was brought, the cork forms of usefulness and beauty;"but Sammy's grandfather added, "I worse;.liopethe former.. Aeu "that #' "-.ie'
e.-".,, -..liberal fashion; `In eating, he seem- drawn, and .the bottle set beside you will not make aning of your. have heard uncle Richard say in a my dear friend. ./... .. S Si,- '1t
item,,v.. 'J:nl' er eau~ ,in Tilghman, who, in his haste poured erf, Or allow society do it. A trembling voice, That time he Your moat truly,. i'oer"mp^"^
sef 6 -toodoit. i A."a yVti;..- Oa iv-
.. -. ., ernes e than'&'man 'possessing' .his'tumbler two-thirds fall ere .the aorld'f such as you would,be a broke every bone in my body." : I- ', '':i ... ....
'h.nn .p -a grin of'deenrfy. ,,: When the time, contact $f air had produced effer- place folivein, indeedt- Youhave By this timethe'horse'was turn- P. ^.l, -adlmost forBtteh-to. ":: ^^^^
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,. -. rt h .his M eow. xeocenceZ. The" ch'equence was degraded our common miamha.. in. ed into the field, -h wagon house inform 0ou that". Slo', .-s."t' 'l.o 0 ii(e m._, ."^"
,,'d,-, ^...eg n. of tha;.the liquor flowed'uddenly overr a e : ". closed and Sammy walking by his .od tomorrow. ,, .,. probi'ly-findthat l:l, i
ted of ennobling and eleva~tfmg itcoe.poi
FIB, the glass and spread its 'creamy d in nothing but th d graather side, ia different tifa ifM-.-
". foam for the space of four or &, 6 .... ,,,,h.' ,eo t .v,.,t, mood from thetn. whie h ad e n. W heu thonre tmp t ff
lC.inohes. around., -Sevral persons that perish. And'.e e a on are the earrage. .. s stone m anger, try if..thou c.oft .
S in Dear by taken oe i o w o As grandp went into the house ok itup without bndin'tti. W,
ighniiiifelt. tha4e h..:Wlen sit r ngti .y.&OtUl .e. mDore too lazy'toh work '7'9- '. m P.,nk ... ,l.. 9 Me
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7 :rew, and- -ive thein -L his 1-% D i: Sir.- Mr Gl i- .. .. .'C .. M. ielttivespeech to tie Convention. ta" :, "'-..
the l.'- t R i oT l'-:l. .-
i. ,rtii-IottlIer., elIL1 fell wj If
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r.. it pu"^ w trlot l iff u ;e u O I I-- I.* ,icir Isteiet Fo r t% % l ny-i (r;1 it ts er 0.. 1,:1,1r ,W. 1 thmin di s e nc- ofo ,?,;ng t h e mco nst T d i i ,.re ?:, d PO ll.e_,:,tO I l u na-f niiu o te of thao tk ,w a pw a t h ey;a th ei ca. ..-v e.
mLion m ong F ar n -ew o.rt e,- tF ll k- i i t ke peoreach t ulls that ever i 1 '* s i, il'i ,ii h- hn t ha t .i t -iit t F L .. ." \.. r h. It' te ntl ter l ,, iir .-W Tl- his arso not knomee i ai U .nder on
-1'l .r*D* r, lt,-.--M ,"hG ,l'r,. t ,c l-e,,-1. i I' ,,L ,, I2 I.:i. ilierti ,'re speech tl the Cnnr eat ion. .tanoes woul.d Co,'l,.:R '_'r

tliir co-ipDr-atou I ireth-.r, eniliql~cni, ..:f ever dliscardedi as worthless. ii thev He Will uive spi-eial attllitjil to. the i t t t rat ir liotie it it. It ter and H lkliori hoineo a d t R ioedl That all editors- in thism wit mu,:tted o: m -
our diffiuk task. Any information I'l.- oniv have life in then ; anni we will OrIng.:' Isect, aid to the d Bug 1,1-"l u at f i lied at the Coiirt H ouue, in 0.la. and State friendly to t he proposed Road. C '--:^
tive to theculture thvarioucop will agree to beat him two-fold by menu which infests the Sea Islait Cotton I, clr of rock, an] a e l Aints orbo this Convention Lpe IN in I IenwS
ic het.hankfullrc.. of the best management r at enough to prevent water from stan- ti the liir, the Prsident O l motion, the Coivention adjourn--te India. M th th@sa.
ro- entionedl. lConsidering these two topics of ob- ing to injure the crop. A mian inlect- briefly exiin. d the objct of the C- ed ie die thearrv ft Uite tt '
SIk~Jarveft Addre's to Far. .ervation to be exceedingly interesting ing :Hiad should try to get a trnct Ton- venti.,n, whai.sh v~o to decide the b.st JO.IN M. TAYLOR, steamer /6-ray V S l i i A ft DIUIIIimI to- indntr of orState, I take sesliun those *piities Plenty of belit a1r-tedl I'- the pooplP i re rs. we haven through the kiandesa..of-
*? -heos. .-l-lte PIUIII a hh nI~ry orL President.
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o' d, r-DonliemoMaarv.e) F.100-ID A l wOMPl this ;,.,,:; d or ht puect o th ood water is a,.her g..eat induce. Mlt' o1 -

S. OR's ison. M meant These are o idle speculations fro, proper point divergeTce for Secretaries.
F rode bfore- tse Ann'ot tn rOAh- O l h e nhe n]purpos,,e in doing so is to coninend Mr. hut t1.ey are baed upon fartb which the Celar Ke-'s e Brinch. anld take 4 sisi, o -r-" W hie-.
tensed t ureporithe Hartou d opa- Tlre DAt hMA -4,1is5 (l Ov to thekindness of our citizens tim itleIf cannot efface Rennvation u other a eno,: ibi the, -reiu es fr For the ru rd H.o n ..h panroaee
uesdrt epvortinte Haltki. pa .- ti_ nt i* Fiii in 1 irVCta ande L~rlirt'-raiaoc. if. ti.' iittcreits imnie- OCA LA, May 3d.-l?858. -.Asxiiwar. son of thebvo.nn *'-.. !*-'-S
pers we select the following adaira- a- a and to ask them to afford lhim such fa- Mnd improving land has so nannymith- d l ea,,etel w this etterrirke. Ml. Eli/or :.-M v stteniion has been oie:wet iteetuste O3
Sbleclo.ing paragraphs: L,. Mr. W. H.. -n i4.Il a cilities in the pursuit of I iv- d n inces, that it is i o mpossi v s wi ti and Al- Ed 0 at nion hno
c-i14t"et appTlianeta ti IVpos.i- w n. i- of Ov-da aid( S .TURn- atcedoacntnnumuication in your Fosaoil'i tei-JwV
TAe clsn p.,O R-lz- toe~~ nni. .ine att"ce thi o) vnluLts t ~alt#igwf~:~f

But there is somethid. g worth liv- U..t M ianal w' lt Me.ia Pla lions as mlv he coiveiient to ilien. bhe fnr me to but merely touch on a iArin, Jr if ,Tamp, were appointed jOurnmil, lated Ci Sprint," andj Nokus'jI.p/. ,1 .ne^i
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.in -for, besides money. That is -. irtie. Ciee-er g.ll .n thee t",-it t.r Respcttfully.your oh'tserv't.. few of them In the first place, we erhtaries signed M o In reply to yourcorre if the'ndiari.fe ote
very, o bu"it isnot'dr l. Wit se t,_ __ s L Y e L. should rbtlve nti to te h roiourn- On ,n oti,:.n of S. St (Geo Roteers. pondent's int.rrgatore aid staerors tand 0'-ier.in .rauy.l.
goot~~~~~~1 eLhar YUEE cohoittd of3.lv note wnly top-,nu tos n nietsaIwoldimpess u'artisid *acoowiwa-Fr.Mer
Dtletusraise arcropeofgd For Register of Public Lands. Editor Howe Cowj.itioa, Ocala, ers but perint nt seitt lrs. ae third auliniteoof fire comiratpion th thereis noI rwule fmrfaming, with-. unimind r
a s. -, W hile-you are f"rte- r ,r-i'e, w e s c t a ter 'u,, o the cl. ,ri.l aR io a t t. is no r l for farm ing, '"
i d e i e ,s 11e ,4 iW'n e. .

m-,:iebertbn t y od elieime n iit anua Td- ...... .h .. *r th oloig rtiyn.~ ine'iee' .-
mie" r s -, le you are ..men. *e 111- THu .; o, W S. AR.is Florida. of the la tid that we plant in cotton of tle Convention cotnsistingoifMe ors. out exceptions Cireumstances alter Lo. lg'conan' a.o o -f.
tiesLive down the lt F rn uth o n. .. p .,r iria.n. P. r -T hould be I. N Oplariteo in peis. and the S. St G,-o ighetrs. if O,-ala, J B. Beas5 a, -e tlii'ks that fifteen acres si d. witha Wafe fBuiS'i .
nmtieu teo n the msle tin vn- DI'U-'.ii, Avu, i r l- Gshould bui e listed und,"-r with a Blily. of' su oitevihei Ger Leitner ,r of hammock itthoin., e Leie o ao t he hand, with other t .t -
d i aIl o fm et with-. tiltsIF If.-p r~ e lii t Ilit o 2. M 1aI, I -i .ig-.A ri e n i ti tn' io n h s b ee n le]w h.~u s e if o "W.

notion eihlcat a -anmi-ter ts po *r te ar. npIl- 1. S of Miv-inopy S T Tihoms, of Sum-ter, little patches, is to uc It isRa wel Rn -n i t a
couth, waited, anti u, "nkin : ,tioi-t, o h, i l-- S. -In re iAtli y- ei,. r r'- t n iowf wle. IIy t r bn e r sil B Todd. of Tampa. known fact, eererally speakiMgtg.ha ~-o i b .
.ll MPer plodder- if) tatr shedursumt
of t- r tes 1ie des ,en G E X-G u B .,r. being present, was none (if our farm e r elentor e 'Pt
You g re brotight into inine lite t-efo- di alti-.at 3 t relian t (eirieE. n F or- b retes he d n th hevy t- Ex-Gurl n Bo, o ur. b ein R .ers wfre
-entar.t ith tnouh re it -- ---- _" .. ida. lr te purpFseof continuinz, his should plant corn enough oin keep our .iled, upon t ad.Ires tile Convention., crop on hammock laud. If the prim- prue hy-ar e o .t.i '"*' .atr
contactheat. Weare aain under obiga- ivetitiom insects. iniiioi orses and- hog fat Our stables wi e dd in a very elount and cipal portion of an e '
I ntl X cannott get out of ion G, S H .- Ki 1---r ex- beuencil to f w o d in- horse-lots. cow-pens, to, should be pHi-a spe, i, sz the lock, we sp o h c l e ; c Tg
teb buzz of l ie to iling worl". The t, r, ki io t p r1 hi l ep.i, at.,ri..la\ for th ho r -lit r. c pes n th e oto dcrue b-i,, the S atel froa tha. farin as beina ha t fii vt e (hrs 'i.Id e lock I gve w hol pres aecoi.n ed,-of
trial ,ftle wonfder-wrktig anil the ceedingly itere. ti ag and valuable P.ub -. utder the instructions of this well filled with leaves or a e of Ir,. e straw. after y of Iyaru.ih tIe Sa en, on eanit hefa aserrin i mo gieiorCf.e t
ruible:df the locomotive (tlhe thun-- lie Docuieits. HHe will please accept Office. a copy of which is herewith en- the manure hag been hauled out in the autIfr liNuaterl bv ier, and ro-itmten in-asan I &aid t-fi mieen acres of hammock land, fuOin a fieliirDte
der threat of nations) come to oir our thanks c-sl.ed spring. After the crop is laid by we that an: Inlependent Company be in" with other litile patches & will make .oi rr f, -thes th
...1 ,a. ptnithr ote. ..l ath s. &' .' '-ill wak e r P n t...'itel@ a

esr-etfillY. should ret all the weeds that we cano medirtely organized, and the FlSrida a pretty good crop ao
once-scclued hil.-si. It ,fif rds ust pleasure to call er ri --. t e S r lua Proprit y cals te
-vyour h't --rv't Rar snoad -P d
SMov e boards a better-life. Dn thte attention ofour readers to the co. at.t HOLT. Cotmiioner. and refill our stahleq &.c. The num- a ig ,ment. tomth em, of their Char. sweep a Giant GrassKarer, beeasee |t o i '
"o s corn-shelling 'u ber of acres tl at irs now planted being an a ptm,,an lest. .othe oft e irC a e ep a Gi ant r il thseems of .. ..
.not keep your by om Ho. D L. Y -, on L. Y LE. S E tered privile fr tat portion o the to doubt its doing well: ,. large.por-u Hon ] ESr
ther lohn wanper ett van, te eelit leterh.from CoIu 'issiiier H-OLT, reduced one-third, by energy we can Main Trunk south of the point of di- tion of our stiff hanimmock land. If-he without enumeralning anyld
you .~d farm a place~ tervle yourh sOnsia.d

deur cano nothaTi in, announcing tl,, departure, from Wadh- U S PATNT OrrIE, manure the otiier third well withwhbat veraetice of the Cedar Key's Branch. has sweeps made as s iecified in niv let. t it Me ,-af
Alters cannot help lovig. April21st 1n9. wemake in our stables,&c. Weshould Rblo. Bdt-ouE' remarks were replete terof ther2 of Marph-he will tid eh .v; i.o-"- S
ati ae, th tees--they' are G ils ington, n,, TOWXNtEN,'D G i.,,vA c Er Anrl. e a e n ur tb e e e h ud-
tivate the ae G Sin-In pursutance of yvour investi- keep up a rotation of crops .If a with valuable su'gesions. which were that they will do good 0.lowJpg inany .o'number ; mg MaJ
messengers. Don't say that. vmU who is by this time in our -tate, ma- gatlons on t n ai w y t Convetion. kind sof lad that. can. be c.ulltted f
care nothing for looks. You'ou do (.;'re. king exautinatious which are expected belefieithl to arieultnre un.u-r the An.- man works t-n hands, on e hundred wd m option, adjourned till 3 o'clock with an ordinary plow.s. -M.".ias ni.i ei nsular, lth a 81 .'
~~,;() its i's P. M.:ubil ht toso construed my letter, as it-will Wi seen ";
"else why lid -yous iih btlints, two sai- to result in afiordiig i-iir planters u riculhtural Division of fhis Office, you acres, according to the present rules tis P.M. construed my letter as it will beseen '-'" "
ry.,iltaihouse, with blinds, andl a valuable fund of in,.,rinatiou relative will please repair forthwith to the re- of farming, would be a full crop of that I gave no rule- for" the cultivation -
f.sa-int'owhich ueverg t h t that now ionsadiaent to the St Johns River cotton. Thirty three and a third acres A teroon Scssion. of stiff lands His closing remarks ."Brie" Mth r.e
.. ...1. -0C ,, P. to .- also givet ediehe of il noheesen la na the-, ... .I ha r" ow
wh : did you yea.rsao, carell occasion ice-truinti t to our n iot where u will continue should be planted in peas, and they The Convention was alled border .strution I saidthe hoesshould not by'zsd R
bruhshnrt oat,nd [Iee starting ,rtart cops utitl you receive flurt er orders, should he disposed of as above spe- above spe- by the President. put more dirt to the cotton than the CWaton than thethe if
S uirei, ti C r --Political atter. senarches to those insects whih fre. fled; and thirty-three and a third acres The committee appointed to prepare take away" If the hoes do not re P e at the S-
o n: -uu,:n _v t inuint the Orange- Tree anid (,iton manured -as above described. The business reported the following Resot- duce the'bed. and the plowsincrease it o --. -5.=
good womn h o shares yo frfa no tart of our motives to labor, Plant. nntin ihir habits and deviing net year after we undertake the r- lutions: by throwing .inp .higher every time, .len Gbson,..W ?
'That we' heartily en- tbeygo over-the crop, by the tiwee the Commander, B ED"pont, J Ais.. UP
bore mc o f I an] yet we feel that we have an interestt in means, if praeicahle, ti) destroy them Rrl st. That we. heartily en they go over the crop by thie the
aae-much rte d nae f those (of our citizens or wanrd if thpir attacks You will al. ovation of our lands, we should plant dorse and approve of the system of rainy season sets-.in the bed will be n ae
pictures. Don't kcp..solen r- o e o ae o the I n please tn note any ac ent or dis- the land that the comnpsst was applied Internal Inprovementprovements. inaugurated much higher than when planted .. ReynolsW JG'l'Es
'rito which Sou go) but once a hIt have distiniuguih,- t-melves I 0pcs ont n ciet rds
ealor in wh;ch said trees and plants may to in peas: and the land that the peas by the general Bill for that purpose. As my experience in the culture of Lrmoid,3
montV~witli tie parsonane hescllf- thedaithful edornotewish their alentsBa 11'ghtedJ and"I Oanotowsh-ta
monthith the pa'rson, or tthe sew- the faithful exercise of their talents exhibit and asertain. if possible. the were on before the crop of cotton that approved Jan 6th, 1855. ane is iited, and I d not wih -t
ng- society.o/l,. in o,'*,rTha- we okfrwdgieeither iantieor seuaiemane PE Gg01sbyj,.Fi WarE~
ing society. Han arul your and enrgies in behalf of ir coun- cause and discover a remedy for proe- has just been made, should be manured Risocd, 2nd, That look forward give either maginativye or speculatiye Stafford, P
wa pictiires whcshal'tell stories try. We r, publish an arit'efrrm the venuion or mure u r with much interest. to the early- con- ideas I forbear making any figges Co. A. E Geiger. "-
-of mercw'.hoIe. c,-,rag.e faith unidl o,' wilee anh article rm te C- ou with compost manure, &c. Thus a neeion of the Atlantic and Gulf of tions relative to its culture. -" D .?_ .
". ~~17 -'oi willty keee t,,ur Office fully in-FhiaPnt,~trlltv oC
charity. aeyorlv ngror t le, l l in relation n your movements rotation sifould be kept tip. The first Mexio. by the completinn of the Flor- Will-M make soDesigestions WtksD-
largest and most cheerful in the R, o t for any eet, and operations by reports sent as iften five years perhaps we would fall a lit.- ida Railroad tu Cedar Key. relative to the 'cultivation of stiff h d by "
S- house. Let the pnce be such that but that ou citizens may know how a as once in two wer-ke unless preveailed tie behind what we now make ; but af- Res/el, 3rd That we also regard lands? w- -. OVERSEER. She -3 :f Pg-M".
wh'en your boy Ihas g-oe to distant large portion of the people of our State bl sickness or the want of nails. In ter that. our lands will grow richer the erly cipo le dino frmthe F romtheFlor Pesar: -ay 3radtino pof or. -par.
lands, or even when. perhaps% lie regard one w-o bas lo-g e rest- these reports you will comnitinieate the lhe Florila Railroad leading from the From theFlorida Peninsular.an
lands even hen. perap, le regard one who has long eu a s res and our crops will in trease. We will point o divergence from (the Road to Coi. S. St. eo_ Roger.. t 1i, ia-8.ea '.-. '
-cingZto-a ,singi plank. in the line. dent of Oe6la and wiose course has experiments yur find. if we carry out the above rules Cedar Key, to T.impa. as of vital im- Aswe see theJacksonvih Rui r "! '
-y wateh r of the hwie otean. thl been w itched with so much sati, fa- Yours very respeefuillv. fully. that, as our land increases in prt.n-ce to the Eastern and Southern can has given expression:if i6-'prefer- EI M ..'t
ethughl ncf thestll d elteat d shab t o [Signed.] J. HOLT, Corn. fertility, less labor will be required portions of our SLate, and. for the ac- ence for our 'next. Congresam.n..e l .e E & u-"
come. ac"6 t -h'e desolatiin, brn- addt&bringtif ndp ide .nwen thannt be To SNDGlav R sl.ICm fertility. less labnr will be required eomuplishmnent, of this object recoin- feel it a du-ty we owe.ihat'distinglis'dl)]'fr.WM h "
ing alys light., hope, anllove. not a candidat:.f r office, we cannot be ToWsNln. G.p.vr., Es. to make our crops But it is impossi. medtph imentfi obajetion feelit a dutywe owehatdistingiyo r E" arr. MWhite.k "A
m-Hae.n alwysl-h nope about youe. accuse of M la capita nut Washingrton City. me nd the imuieaiafl traiion. of genitleucin and the Democracy of Fio-n in_ pni. ma~
yitaveo dungeons about your accused of tnaiog political capital out ashington ity. ble for me to knumerate the benefits a Company. for the earlgt constr option ida to-say a few words In relatio-to HLoi. T asketp,. I .
i i ~ t.- .e.--t i "o o m y o u n e - .7 t e n~ 2. o f iu o h :o in m 'i'iy dl i ie ea s h 'is Flo r 17 li r .t -m _.--ra ~ a .t a w t n a-ai a e-u arm e Co m pa n y p o rti n o th e e i~ar, aonit u Q ~ odtat t o -ah if w wrs m a t e .n "ea i f t'A~~o
10, are aoo l you H 9h.-acsnPna of-- cal from t iePress in ote r th'eFl-ri.-a Homae CHompCanion. that would nat ally accrue fromrn'Tuch of'that portion of the .Jload, and that thiis matter. &imntoJi un 6 Q t *
no blids hat re alwaysshut. acts may call from" the Pres in other OCALA, May 1st, 1858. a course. the Florida Railroad Company be re Col Rogers has a Sta.wide .repu- M .-r"'
1 Do not .-teinh ..your daughters portions of our State-- ''- MR. EDITOR :-T-here is a wild,spec- There are a great many things inclu- quested to make an assignment to them tation as a Depoerat of the genuine A.er ..A m ".F.i-
F rench bfore 'ey cap weed a ulative disposition existing in thie minds ,ded in home enterprise. We can and or sthatpoi of professional b ns .as pre- poatinngnew of Ct.erto .te
Sflower-bed-0r- ir, to a side-saddle; PERSONAL -During the past week tomn iofo itin r the in o r Bn rd Rcso/lvl, 4th., That a committee of vented him from accepting positions ,T p.'rso [...] '-l.K
dauoh~o too~ mhany~n ofh~e ourOA oiizn tfre the appontld byis thus owen~ met By e
a n. .di-intbe aha-ed -have had tte -pleasire of making o.-- f r ens for the shol rase or own et Byredu t,,ee be appointed. b this meeting, to for which e e i eminently qualified; Payne W
ofr the pruning knife. Bring to anacquaintance withthe sterling editor welfare of our delightful, sunny land cing our cotton crops, we would be en. confer with te Florida Rilroad conseuently, he has been one of tse J
our doorth li richest .loves from ..loh /,il Penisu r. Thoug A great misfortune is. that a niaoritv fabled to fence, pastures for our stock, piny, for tlie purposes oxpressed i'n he unimighty levers which aid in securing the ..nn o .r l ... '- pb" *
t h e ,a n Pi0 WillimPe n i-nu la r T h-. pu o
o--' birwds ; scotvheapth a 1-endsh .d d i of those who immigrate here expect and by havingpatches of ground.peas. list Isolutiou. amd any otler subject triumphs ,f Democracy without eK- Means -- -.
the-wodsr at may be defuied of iuiio peeling office iu return His talbn t v -i g pa c "of"g-oun
of lrs scorn the scamp 0lat le,-a ia o too much, and like the children .f (otatoes. and the best kinds of millets. anto his r e nd kf iter- pec oing office in return Hwis .otaletd to -
i .- in ottl~oUnoapplicatibn to editorial and other du- ,.. --, ,.,. Lance to this route; arid ask from them are of an order that will command 're- A*.' '*-,in rwJf \* AH
els big murderous gun at; thle blue- Isieunt clrra uton r al notwithstanigte ha s:zn- with some other small grain, it. is diffi-
-bird or -the- robin. u b ta n', ties,-ie seems to beIsrael ntwithstandig they had sins ti some other small grain, it is diffi- a biral subscription to the stock of spect and reflect honor on the constit- -
-; learn to lovt e nature, oanyd- seek a informs, us that thougohe has beenp and miracles performed before them cult to conceive how little corn it takes saiid assigned route. ency that promotes him. "Ho a. lHJorda, JudgIil6l 2pli-:
:- her cultivation -than the fashion- hard-worked, he has been well-paid.- by Hin who directs and controls the to raise hogs i Iso/ce, 5tl.h, That twleve Commis. Through patrioticimpulses Col Rog- "a for h ,o.n.yo
able lWOrldtw.6to. gthnve y.0ou. tWeh ee lasubeen will-al d- thedestinies of nations, y.et the. murN Now, broiler farmers, after you ainner.i be appointed to solicit subship- ens accepted thecommand ifthie Florida of adrinmietration on the e.tattqio''
-. :-" company his efforts, and feel assured ^ured and complained. Thus it is proceed thus far, quit patronizing the result* of their efforntto a meeting ly been dishargd As Colonel of that-
....'... .. W. tr htsceswl lasa-wt o adsok h hl eotMutdRgmn wihasren Col -.g .e',lteo
Good "Trafsp-anV"f lg. that such will be the case whilst ener- with too many of us We come here Northern cities for I assure you there of said Stockholders. to be holdcn at Regiment his services will ever endear- M 4thI8. .... .....:
": A correspondent ofte Geneee getic though modest perseveraaeehlst expecting to make a fortune with very nothing like home enterpize.- Ocaa on the first Monday dry ar n strtes pha ch rcued 0 t-tnucs his leading characteristic. He' little labor ; and we all set about try- Whilst our factors are growing rich on next ticularly the Southern and eastern / LL aeior rns having, demand tei-esaeoJsprtiM-.-wanf.u
.." praig,of a nsiv erymp n,awho bat h l wh ienow on a trip to the North and West ii"g to excel each other in getting huind the enormous per centage weranr pay Rs>'ared, to the amount uidth eT inup w the seiaionthr carmaigne- p easmt ofthe, iudeceann, llte..o fqun :
dughoem up early in theo s h he will remain a- short. ie. for open. and in cultivaling more to the ing them. our enterprising merchat subpcriptios to the amount eef Two iiouswar The six months'campaign to pr u~ent them, without d iedy, upo.thn'Sh. -..
the benefi of hsl health. e hop.. he hewlhnd thaan anoy body else Thus too are compelled to charge enormous pro- Hundred Taousand Dollars had been of th. Flordid Reginientwaseonducted designed; and dll peea ns ihwi eblliytm'. .
-nd hbeled them whn, ihich, being the benefit of his health. Wehop.he many of us botch over our land in any vts to secure them from loss. Our made, the said Stockholders proceed in a manner o.. only evincing military_ to .. -. Ht. MO, -.
eotawucwllss,-a.had "rtmainedte unysold1.br will have a pleasant time. and returnome. immediately, or as soon as it can be to in it1 er. but a patriotism HENRY R.TEA8DALE,
"" They were -set .out about the first to his'ois posi, in a few months, in the en- oty rgle tohet w epresitertion sf or and not abroad. By this means our dlegaly done, to the election of nine which would.'..ook ever unpropitiousa .. '-. Execrito -1."-'
time that.peach reesin-the n urseth ejovmtyent of good health ladncoda out rear w a erd withee fond ani cotton money will be that much clear, Directors, to serve until their sucecs- circumstancesh'aud push energetically PaIatk" May l .1858-. .2m 6 d
row. were coming out.in ful-Ileaf.- c an omig te ....sors are elected and qualified accord- forward in thescharge of his respond .
-. hpejwere ntrated in the tbilowin g .' ,..- pations of selling the same at an enor- or ver nearly so. Then we will be oig na law. sibilities That.the most sanguine oex-. d *-'. ..., t e?
-; i The uisd ioots were FAIR AT MICANOPV -We have re- incus profit, after we shall have ex- able to pay cash for such articlesas we Resolhed, 7th, That a committee of pectationsofCol.Roger's friends were iy D.eST; ^thiLo
'--p~uriedoff,.t tops. -elosely shorten- ecived a letter from Rev. J. K. Gt.ov- hausted it, by making a few big crops may need, which will enable our mer- three be appointed to advertise a notee more than realized, is admitted by all. a POCKET."BOI'K,: containtnt
edin, so.that "..---might,-corrcs- ER, of Micanopy. requesting us to an- A reformation should now begin and chants to sell low down. But home of application to the General Assem- The willingness with which the In- papers---aid
-: pond with the r~eicld.roots. They, nounce that the Ladies of that place not stop until these evils, that are not enterprise does not stopnhere, because bnat its net Sessiony be desuc ed peaceabedemovl, isaahe n tionst- on deliaAeiaotoe-dito :
we -e -holes-.mad1e' a' to hold a Fair on the th inst. at only erroneous but ruinous to our f.- we au. iwe are in n igcessary dence that Col. Rogers t perations- to Wm. in,. .t.JP
about-.two fe'et a ncross- ladnd where Long Cotton is made, S dein nnctih n aith C lhe Rnoderpenrention Win. G -,vutiaUoi a ^"V
inches deep fThe errh was '1'-.which our citizens are respectfully in- ture prosperity, shall have been done Totnhco. Rice and Sugar Cane, O. ST. GO RO 'i conjunction with the Independeut. Ocsla2761 6 r7 *
filled in -m'nr< the iersties, set "- present"" away with, and the standard of home Potatoes, Melons of all kinds, The read.separat e- p U' C aub th< w pp
.-le. to .. -i ,, ,n ,,- A nd ever thini that ero-w a on vines. T he R solutions were read separate- am ong the Sem inoles and convinced *. ".. ('/j.C. . ,-,, .-";' o

-tl-i wan ait Ralradan ev nepie b efrlyetbihd
-tin it with en-t..rt"in. they -'We are unable to publish enterprise snail enrmly estaosea. We want a Railroad-nd all of us ly, discussed, and adopted unanimous- those, who had heretofore been. n- TLHE Otfiaiing urn -mlt6t.[il
S were en freey- mulcheu wit ith ist of arrivals ai the "'Ocala It is indeed passing strange, though k w at w aconan of y. ac ne daunted that "'dscrelion is he better;., 4 i;O'lS"e sin l8i pe"i;
-" strawy m'ntnure. -' ery one madte .. ,- fact, that great many of us have ow bu welack concentration of accordance with the 4th esolu- part of valor" iloe
'J~nexr~rdhar iwth w~il rouewhich islunlusually, long. thisa...-----.'
e ro t while Rouse, "which s usually long, this ar t, a a s in the Statesn thought and action. As soon as our tion, the President appointed Mess.s. As a jurist-a politician-- gentle-' iutr bii'
S t'oieant me ro wsrdna treated yin the week On the list are the names of worn out our lands in the States that i a rt-n
S coumon--mainner, (which, we .sup- 'several distinguished strangers, among gave us birth and have found it neces- petty differences aroad will be abandoned, Rond Ge. Leitnerof Ocala, of Miandopy, o. t Gehos. man of great moral weght-an ot her
-ayt mgat otiKing, of Tampa, ascommitw-e LO con- affections of ihe people of this sitomp-~ E
pd.e,-. means-a, ortei l. d In-. .wbieh:we notice that of. Ei-Governor sary to emigrate to this, a land where we unite, our Road will beommenced, Roge, of Oalma, ad lion. The H -ColRogers ands foremost in the pheee o s onI'on, i
Ui ' iUU- h noit thvethrogh' half Mc' of South Carolina Hon D. S the richest blessings of earth are at d oce commenced will fr with the Florida Railroad Compa- and they would dchlight to hoior i mein bea d.
th .'ti.rner- i .. .- .- o Talhs, lamable. Our sires had an excuse When the Railroad is finished, let us ny theyr wur for Congdessman or thyw jrt tH.n *4.*_
: ;j .. 'j .." -...."". .. .. d Ou" with tleir Mi~t rages*fr0 nles a r hf iltr~r4f
Sthesmme t i WL .ofTallahassee, M. R. T o o establish a Bank in Ocala. Then, On motion, the President appointed or any .other important trust., We" '. "i .- ''
.otherasthouintryentleman, Cha'lesto, besides the names of for killing their ands-they knew no brother farmers, letus speak in one a committee of five, to select. Commis- would hav proimed orelf his 8ue.Apl.
-very better. Such a thing as hor izumutal-e o rslf hi
(..-in. wnch we g .ree,)nees omDlany talented imtbers of the Bar, and r uditching il-sides were voice, and say to our friends of Charles- sioners wbbse duty it should be to so- friend and. brought ji--name before a"
f.re t of which-we to our late Railroad Con- tong and Sandr d n wd nt hv licit subscriptions to stock 'in the pro- t" .- .
free-sho~rtening back it *setting' out. .of Dlegatestooisr late Railroad Con- no thuhio in, those days; but we torn and Savannah, -We will not have h0ci suRntoad to s tock cmi cnssin go the pro- ththe pbi ortis hut poliral knoledg NQEBT I foEw2Z.1. '~ g ?
-!.--.w., h tpso"sed ;eoof-bte wacth not thought of in those days but we posed Roadi; said lommite lonsistin of the fact thatheis'nr pi all
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We havesucceelt better with ntion. have seen worn-out lands, that were in thee to reign over us, and let us say of. Messrs. Rogers, Bailey, Leitner, rant, and that he was-anxious for the L tradingg -fi- Mproaor Ne ie
S'_trees three 'ofour years from fhe R* LiGio'--Our community is be- ullcys ditchedrenovatedandbrought to'the cotton-buyers, "If you want our Thomas and Todd re-election of our present worthy Con- by mL-'o ,.J..II "
bud, ortwice the :ordinary-size, thiaun ginningto share in" the-gracious influ- ito cultivati, and ri good crops made cotton, you can come here and buy it, On motion, S. B. Todd was excused gressman. We here express our on- e&J8.ha ..-dated' i h et `
-.. h `i tree vithiout thi euce that isspreadipg over the country. rant will send it to o from serg on e commit, a VlOU tht ol. Rogerwll po al- orw
S -1 -; t 'o n t h e m I f w o r n -o u t l an d s c a n b e
Stis no-othertree Are protracted Union meetiug has been on em" won-out lands can be o G. Ferris appointed in his stead low histname used :n R ongection 'with' Iwllr iiia -ii- e ,*
... ....e _, I.i n _o Protracte. for we will not, have thee to reig over "'" """"' ~iiriO.
iioeeffeted witth going df'at-the Presbyterian Church in renovated, fresh land can certainly be or we wi no ave ee o reign The committee immediately rtued, owie he alway at the commandof
roeqntyefec~te4 Pw.stni~ Thnomte medaeyrtm office; he is always at the command-of----m2I. O
'. 6toodcpb foreximpheatr be i.ityHfor the past two weeks, with kept from deteriorating, and be made us.". Home nteplize has been estab- and S. B. Todd, being called, stated his fellow-eitizte, but, in justice to b l e .ng8
o*'I tg' tr ul.tiva-,-f marked syriptoms of good. The con- richer every year if tho proper course wished, and now we will establish home the sentiments of Hillsboro' county Judge Hawkins, the.Democracyahould #p "., '
t n'tiiegations ar e-saee oserv trade. .OVERSEER. on Railroad matters. again support -bim-two yous beiig ,
se"havi witleos ousidersbleinteest i tnanivfesed would .just .ero remind The committee returned and report- to-shbrt period to deoid'lhe merit
4--- wlilassess i- the exercises. Quite a my brother, farmers that, notwith- FouoinD DEAD-Onh the morning of ed the following gentlemen as Coin- of a public servant. .-
i ton Gie- m hav been standing we are eomparafively in a the 28th inst._e bndy of a man nam- missioners: Mesra-s. Geq. Leitnor. :We re"et thiat Col. R nt name '"
AUhon-a d-terea every wderness, at no distant day good laid ed.--- Haywood, was found, hang Tillmafi Ingraim Edward Lewis; Alach- was brought before h pfi
'or w 4* a o*.-4onvrso ,tht'"'_ ke wilderness' At nol disan dago
"nktpet1at;thisisbutthe m- be fotune to those who n to a tree in the suburbs of our ity.. ua county; John M. T.aylor, ,J M, MA 'id- aet IlO~9aT A w'lotowh Vgnious rumors and conmmn'ainde "ar
eato ee that .. tr", Various rumrs and conjueptn. 3 are aCo.GnLader $.,,G. Gary,. Marion wan sheet in tlie t.it. .hiii.A beot
w4hri. "l ah tneh-,teoai take, e care ,.o f afidatin. rlatioa to the maLt6r some county; -8I T. hoias, a8u ftoounty; ma. b.re irded Ak-h.. i-onen t <""
tot.be Ay..tsoce.y The prtcialr minis trial Pine land.daoes well enough to-.raise asaert, th.t be was hung designedly- Perry G.- Wall:;. Anderaseod,. Her- m #JiOiNlry. bi .t-o .. 'A Tsa-
0rneh. ong 4 is- preseidt are the Rev. D#L cotton on, baut-will not ensure, enough others .of opinion that he may hAvo. nido ooanty; 8.-,B..Toddl, 8..,l rk. e iered-,N Wia016-6ibt
As wi&qrts.w.orthjd: R6fXLaa, Ga., an the Rev of corn. -Ail those who have not bhman. committ. suicide professioall, it .ia E.A. arke, Hillsboro' .pnty, p e o l w. inl '
-.ere---. t Presbyterian Church m no.' i-- -o was neaethe' raoe-track te, tb ry of S.f.e Wm aHarria, ..M L'n- 1t^;a.. -' fma,- I
,n:Ltgeskt ai t W e s M ~ o u I t
-aStq. ** -of the Baptist and mock enou toa rwoul nques lwjrielare tht glad W- J -itwere apoted wvtaatBu
1"-sni.'eron1eron.of the Methodist --o .zeciurei.. N-o P'panta .'o.n e pin *r.--rson in -riia 'on an d. ,p,:., .11 wi
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