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O ALA, FLA. TUESDAY, JUNE 8, 18._ .,


"be sp-red di- ra'.ce and cr'-.e, -"'l been your we'r""re. Come, dearhus- when news is very scarce, in funny Economy.. i ourselves for our sphere, by being gro-he"isonly'ne o
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ED ATU 1 .-.. -ro poverty and woe and the sc.ff- ,live till our return." l We have a good one. prosperity Ts economy. *An d where dentusefulad ecorio' "ical. if 9" li a ch t
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S:, ..his miyconsiste i h la eft his.".daugh.. professes. ri.on oine. .nta ry d e eeoTwi e pported .y^the rity of -
,.FLA, TUESDAY, JUNE...


Sbe s g o the od worthy citizens wo'd H er o nl f t 'w d a cich. Ouexoan :aboun ust n ow. ,r om the utin nrprse Georgia without rendering an d i, o. aI
e s a d e m o re. Coin e, d earus when news is Vry scarce, in funny. co. ourselves for our sphe re, by being gro-he .





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-- -,"-on '"--ib vie d"wh eT as- seated eeot tprirhappaicth r that's productiin e'. ianic tfo nsofull fe n- ift
I4..Fran poverty and woe and the scuff-bloved car til l d oo er ain; W t e have ar gtol o ne. prosperityse c q oadrsople its presentpnomy.Ad where dentsefruade ministers of th ical
- ,ti. ofi enofoe. Is of a earteous world. a aredthe second time, and drag. ntand repld, i t looks mourns because of oppression. pt ual and eternal hing ntirel
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....ea .. consumpt^ w.Ri SThough rapidly ink circumstance, while I s sojourn day."o theconito f so city und, herecognised both
S. me ,et.d n -S a nd wothy gambling, at received a visit from attheson a Wel tre many of the panpers of this day. g- ts .s o ",e ,










aNly hose..subngtshowe ver misery mal- that unfortunate man. Hisappear- and re i rvr at cr c, were petted childeg re n ofpr wealth and e o teacher ae
y res mg, she retired from the ance before me realle d to my mind The recto sired Te o f o fl noe few years ene -brought ar sme to i s Do away w










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.h e l4eparatiops for death and immorf tailed, and I inquired what were his d; ans ereikthe kne' agan ie that abuser of natural ele- lic w dorhip on that dy nd aawJ^o ^
taity. She .n equeeed hat feelings when he visited ho and ae a refinee, d i ob r
..r.ds.m.ht no longer be th pas found his daughter a corpse.w. .fe. 'h yl priw fathe.3 -roying practice of di i 14h erfor whlwe









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.. F the d worthC io wahs hat filled he soul, when I realized As o .aohd athebo i oour. fromobscurityby praising .econo- e s l etriy i






















1 deathkn t trept e ^ ntd he' in herd l eles form in my arm an hcrust of y nuber whohn it sn pledt p wqou l tre minist er of th$ wasb.F
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nottetayrseeimyn last her giav a r nd Thmey o feet t ine n t a lcaed, thy exr a ane i.. menr jutl ntldtogahfl
a g : ing ea d rd e aad o .' ori o eer e th e
.: R iT ^bro aerszar,:. ;wiwdo nd pehihh e n i.ig h bre vedr nan ; ao w u O rl f les-mand ro athergs ese int p ach era.. e e .e deer.re ie i r-hl^ngo .
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so.qg...ns of a.hete ,-,1a and p s an wil n -i t paerte, e d r,



1 4ees- f on;."a a f:oT-t. a -drg- nst-nt,, ar "d and e ttht"' "" lt -i '6 t "t. ....b'
..I h n w th o am- h ois a ievl e rt h me l*" voc had P pn y ch d _,a_ W re wtheo wa d. taert o nly F e5ini.
p r o- ,.. s._ ..- -.. to. ,. a.v ne nd- .v i l l Byhr a a




gr-ve ,wl shedividu someir int the same citye lhe atuing ond we hyo u ew i nd htm anyfee veryd


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into t.e e cards, Ioraidof-nfulenecincident hejust I
16N-Big.. ..such-.. h .. e e. ... p ,gea. alo .
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...,. for..bh.. ..Iam -n .n h -.hela t er h isdu~h re. :.o n prooeray t'dtrohe ot li c t ha a y





1. epaatt tn e Ih e '"ld, that at ret ognauraeo el-- d .
.s he.. -nom'" e.ue.ed .... ..that fei s wh en .e.. isitedhorn. a- e :"' t er'ctrm -ga dep. s-" e e o.r.. awhie we mar i'
no, longert a bie mte ptess- oturd his ng m a corise daor te h yo d hs,-a lay dirun r pha cticeu o dish ,. ee, athere- Iteads ...h






.::. ~1fh re evening, eath thei "Oe h. Ir I lef t y aou edr theyosk r th tot-aspid n yir-. formlvesdue.the t 6n.eito .har me ny saoo i uy trave e i.-
.-t. ierl otin baeoend ri t it b t in" : e e. prih o-or ro w i "r t e biin- prs p t em initers o.
7.esorta oda n e d a relr- a
a.,.. hear.... -.mor coh npli].e, n d ro itught h.oetrreow ate;bt canno ttel- ." hea o-1,rrv si,-- n dhl s o w tiza ng be i ts T e e o -et n o.
que.: aith&-.ya r.d tale wees ..- t t -.biled k -avoland, when his weaiz ,ThebPayrso hukveoiT f6 W o obscu riyb prule, e o larnd. m ean they r g -ei..







n d.0t.mysn.-d"a" wa.. deade'. ".I '..p' ou, od. ....
... ._. .. .. a, .. ,m -ese cn t earig .in r an,, a ere Petrito ks mr ands becausedoo pre ssone"."







thk. ..h. wthey ho t ran tthe,.oal usnid of-.
S '.,e h 'nse it w ,im.from that m andemoniumh to hi rso eoef lyom die l, Dor i To fow , f thre-es eto usve
S .-,~ "w -.- .' _.W. a th eef d eadiissipoon, hre u ref eat beroee# 4 .
rt..ear, w-hilh-d. his 'n. st hwhapless, f home. c6nvert IOUwouhl rtir pong pae ine t












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Ponerthis.- e.ot..yoursel. ir f ths, a n ie maing r o.. sif to-. ro d ouhae o o ., eaf t uT en mn of
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"""--agd~ ryh r d ink ci .rcumstan he I-W as sojour un, day," ..l ...r .: ji to the c tndioo f society around, h bb ooh













't, g -hw r, her relrooh o tenecal- that unfortunate man. Hisdppear- "I crust.-:
na tafas t atte d f the o- binating-hlamu~, r o the .e t te t v al cement and sought ne n allo ,-
v.oi'separations for, death ind inmmhrs.- tailed, and I inquire whatwer hbig;J"
... ...an tillonwaeodivrteam ferom-are t a e InlaF heaouserofnaturali ee-., .
.... tahty, She-".nF. i'equebidsfthatrfeelinhtrrwhen he vnsited hoXmeand ,a- t'e r.ct .r NI' ,' Ionewold i-Ielbscrf.d l a.-A

a f..rap a T the evening, beneath theie nO h ing unti your inquiry l -ugh" h:i,"lf.-r a 5. se ularC- asnenu tead.
,du ter. saidae .ie b":no, .' .rng -... .. reui -e gap t dy which'-to reeupen.ie .
'uerfat er,1oving'herten- m ing it was but a ruses to br ome ""wihe f ather a bein of p, an t.urn mos t i .. ....
r' --44,fae.Cf.t i.e nnemorale apl-sr theyt ureur ,,, or uui- a ,,
'lie s eerx cm nita t t. '* n d 'wg a ,ethcev er.er-e n, tu .. ., s J .
.ay ,al dea anodthetboy."hn oulddwfrong obscurityeby praeess t .eono-a ..Z ,;., l ,.t ..
b .th... re_0i0'th ..s, her Weless. form in my arminumbersest annmens aftrer.a..
"-. nd19 -m l,,odnher touspeak, if mbuteone rw e we Do n u h o toand thing se
WV..b "a4ind ~ easibawod thatIi might know that Ihehad-y av ite uul run'. e o
-rmesd .rvh. 'We,
18rp'#'lfos theCr favor. Therec.mn no oies of n,fyresure to h e
.. .d I ca. st the.de,1, Wes o anda.u; s oetha'burdbentho e
.aht tr; -; sp -eac a to hm e d t r a oW a g c n


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a,"a did i.... y. 3.flbiri: befobte, it on-. nme of.our country'snfS.t wor eral taenfte hi~, "
HTPiAi t i,7 "G. 5. O (ades,,and othernshi ll comrn ata.f i thy citiaens. .hinkr.i y e-, p-e.acj t a, a
0 n al l ,c o M a l ia- 9 y v i i s e n s .a q 4ea a'
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tpnfe n"'"m. I
.od fellw' nfluence was ". ., m leable, think iiouly-now, and "ob i i o
a ~ stbe~i~i~ of E WBL~WORK5 F~ ~AN take a (r6rn-4hebeginning of t66telo t t a 4 a aa.
nwhimih "e .. iab n a was 4wmili-e T ao twelvh usan o wmiiws0
etth i h ro o ent wal, ..hinc h wer e 7 ee14" milk admesus ehich tlerfapbr of a fven mn m-solt]

ag at8dstuend "Olde as h" " a the. r....ethghwls10bakngtd.peprp o ie 'hn "hw.gb'es r hhs:o
le AM'7 1 '.- ....th'&6i -up6
.. .,e. .e .hi ed a hb'- bet ter' holsnge on 82:f wide, th nd 40 miles- l- Thg, riea s ic tinab40or otfo et eousr rhoahntd. 'ou' the" "
en- ghnu longn u nld and the labor v of xfqnd parantsance mdn the ie, here w o
ghnd' htick e@,iir w
,h_. e -.eaidb inotg.'" look welTwi Th.awall 100 tep ha nd this k 81 friends have bestowed 'eepno- .oo d p ne e r'aal..
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o npe d A.he o. ;,, ,e d. .. .. b',1"o 1 1 T e hink yo u ngom a n ,h o & V w o pe t t t y rn s o-a I fe r '. ; i l 'lam
x-; ,eskne.-wdre"knot coutent iBabylon wa. 50 mil,,s with'In, theju e n d u pou n u hod d .. iQli.,.n "" '-
g h- .l,0fbeingu lnh. nowalls, which were 75 feet think and- ,pr e ri g uo n aie n oin n onan rededams, w n"
ea g a aee ne n w the e- 100 foeet"high with i00lbrAoe g,. ro r or.life;h T kina sWouds
d a ..-. han..'. .eo ,"wasrh ithek e-h n k -G
..h ,i nina ruin th aisles by. extriavgance. hi to e
ea e' e'"bl "-" p.y. .houldbeeceedingly Thetemdpleof Dian at Ephesuswae Tinw r d e o '.to set rkas.tbeereth.t
re. t a, hm di o ind a fo. :feet to the support of the- roj Thnk",:00 e a nsdeirrendto d et your"her tem .
.a goand',sayan' that J- Iaills d a. et a t f." a hundred years in o, i:, mark fr, far aove extravagance tei Qn.. While,.theref6-swpaJi.
A-thithem,' sr by rshingo ino ;The largest of the pyramids is 6'81 a n d .s h hion, oby -keeping- good pds .t ieieil aao
incI:au-le ft dibotthe p .'A .dpnd pa ractising, prudence or the dioaposi ap
a.'or ethigh anpruiene *OU on6 theilO .a1aoU
-- a .. onu one mobrniton the-5 cla. ,fe nhe s es; i ts on
"-ti ...t 'ie-,; s- .d a eed- ha lr aet1babW. ocov'rs 11 -sacres. The4 stones .,.. economy.. p.
J~rbt iaefoqi About half a.r ae about 60 feet in length 'and ther~mie!4no n ogrgtoa ~~o~~ t.
eadidhe1hi'0 i-when = r 28. It whoiano inmch depenae. Think how is.no man.moYe6ueti't6dtdrespeAe
"v -g'.tsa~d i aren Alive;risen in a.a.e iin -- ,.(ip Mbiv X-
W~d--z. .aietheo, tile ....ki men in ;he building. Thelabyrinth asfulayou should make the mean e
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J" h e i e d r, :" Pt .f -ay ". :., 'in in,-,yourhoo ciandsbeT hins blcd in your -.i hh-
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'64ch ofr'a.p -oa and prosperity
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a ,, .. ~,4c l',' "pe.. ..on" n 2 ... d a d ond eco nomy. Think how
,V, ,. t i"jhe 29 "; any of the ring generation who Irishman stood lis te'
nfl i sig e1Jo M i y/#iti hKI P,. -0r'1 g o -- _ | i il,
Jq'j: d-w again ar.un...nd.ooneaine. ......- ~ ~should be our country's hope, are ored speaker e,,.i. gov'
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tlie ir .o <.p] rati.j ia th.- .-,, ,.,,wj ,!.-, .. ,t ... : n ],:., rt. ,."]ji,. i, t ,_ i ,,
our difieult taisk. Any rt'' oti.n, i. aior l.it,]. -v :lI I
tive to the culture o'"th':l v:ri.,is t'.ips.will everv other r-'61. lei
be thank illv.<-vedr,. ...- "v' ihate r.;w. TI is ,lan
lroi er i'I'ee to thet?
From the Ith'rn r;,,,.'t';,!, Ger.iii. to thalou ("...r F Fu1
T'ONT0 ILI" EFAS I' ,/r/ ,*row is hinlf-.lI
O PlauullrtioiesOfmrltiosfor l-e-'eat ,iliffieulv 'ithli
'-' .. lnue, 1&51. "ifrer ;,re, h;,s I,e.n
BY DR. D. BRADWELL. not cet ,rouiinl Ti:wi
3 The writer, in lis nMntllv- essa',v sufiicicntitv dten.
for May, sounded the alirri',:.r' wti., "ill being, is 'Ilart
throughout the-l,:,ng itIti ,)t'enc.nip- the Liii. t, I-, tLir're
ment ofpliart-eIrin order to noti'S, evcry itei i,,r tvelve .
"' them thliat thlircoun-tiV.(i ?I1? we'e ,,-'),1-, eve Iv-,I
ilya-ded by a host ,t'.f'.%ti'.ti ('-ie ti -l -'Y. t,, i'i
.mies-(.g, as.s nat wcedls'hrl,^L .Ltf a -or.F ,it' Dn t4le lIrol
,-,e'C pe -.ienceil General Gre?-n, v., ...,,r-_.e.,wC, ,n iwri.:lljs. it
S the he iL of t-lie cornutiii,,,> o ,ls.c i.'u,,. 0 j 14.1 l:,1it
skills a r,' brh'te..rv-'c6 .uld ,iit- ,i -' lihei.oin, s .h ri,, rel
p uted. .The s',tq. .lt ur. lik sl ul il tI, wiinthel- I
601a d ".i L`- vv++ ;N o. t l+. ,,.I-t tI ,; I' l ilrt slt,
f.-td-'fkbn.r 'iT.r_;. i v'1,fn, t I- s :0 sa,.t' t,- l,',,iv
M'ties.-upo~n.. _"Id-i^( m ^h;^ ^ s, .t*
SI .t^ i .. .... .^ ^X j -,r. s,:[ti'.1,es, "q IId
fgp1e:eI t al. 1) etre l.?, adl a
MAi *^R' ^ MeS" j.- 'Xer iua-Ty a scer tC i .
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iiI ,|' Ill .-,: liVie t
,-st ,i i-. l:l ] :e,' i l
1ie n:n pl,, w ,:, it
vi,.' tlhe ;nlter-
n ,iplln;e with
culture ot C"t-
* by this me:nns
I,., l,, andI the
q.,,t, ,r l-,1 .,ti ter
* fhl.t lie c-,ull
n,.' the Cottn
Cotton, brits
t thmt rei.tiires
AI ,'f it-. at least
,1ts. '.Now by
niier rai'V to ,le,
b ne c,.mpliish-
IreuiinsI lonmp
paIcks, l O,:,Mtes
ceastes to l',riV",
and ,fry, tl,.f
.,ecome s.sh;,ho :""
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lh-tk fun-iil^


,.. ever ne IJ p ry a yrivattittorMn
-t .-ei'm eatuis, i,'t tlomk-.,| a field 'of We teh4rie thet outlavy iocessary to
-..?- ... ,To ti .h. Olv A-ev-ery- k4c.re thb.publia4.ion of this work a
,.: .. -er .. l .- jl k l -te, fr .idicious.-one.
;it; '*.^^ "'* '' serQ~ dku' 't^'^ h~exin 'to^^ __-___,^ ''*__
rd'-cule h..lpa-o,.dcnunc"n^ i ec-.^ -
,, demn,.wh uat- pvrpM tipti ta i P- Meet i
plah totthe. ethhe last number of our paper we
' ...- 16,ti.hsC b., 4 vhetherj
', 'is right. ,r ,rong'.rl~ e:vr.il_ ed the proceedings of a public
S:" -the plan is. a gnood one, atd a.',1ises meeting. held at Mi.:-Taopy, on the 21st
'. nil its enemies to test it. By .this ult, for (lie consideration of our Rail-
S "'mod1e oftpliwing; let the weather be road interests. We halad cherished a
Sweet or.dry, hl,, -r e.ld. itis'hby fai. horc,.since the Meeting held at this
-C.. the most certinin':wv to keep- t'o". i
th- Ae hirnIn h- s mT o -tly -o1 pla-.,I in Apiil last, that all misunder.
-firing thic Corn. .Arn bis miutilyl es- ,
fr "n g say the wnter'.hvi'sed thar thePe. standing between the parties interested
.:: --should beplantedl nmong C:,rn-if in the enterprise under consideration
S. it is not ilone,no time shoulil be -ost. wa- at-an end, andi that all would unite
-. During 't-die mnionth of May the- heartily- in the prosecution of the im-
." groundd is cool, and : sLiuld the port.tint. work. By reference to the
.. wreatheOr-.e iry, the seed will not be proceedings mentioned above, it will
scorched to death in the gr.ain-l, but be seen that the citizens of a very int-
te waiting in rekdja and soon as'
e within i rse.a and tie lportaut section are yet dissatisfied, and
a showers alls.the 1 in the .' ;
111Pst regular.hbeaut-iltl orde.r. 'Peas r'. uire more special conditions of sub-
-plantetjin..May anI the first ot'June, scription than those agreed upon by
Sarc certain to lowelt. if ciltiiv'ated the meeting here. When they require
:.. .vwith. the corn..- ; .. "- that. the point of divergence for our
... TheJune-.uunimheriofthe ,So-,,thern Road shall not bo so far West.'as to
d, -.,2.lti~iator, !~n speaking o7) this sub- render it inconvenient or unprofitable
:.:'_" e-t tpint- peIs alo .vie to to us- e think that al".who are inter-
ow the Chinese ug' .arted in tals ... i should. .uni it them...
S. indrills, for Hav and tforay "-nd ,
S" ""'in readiuti, the abI"e th.e wvitei i in d fandig. that conditions to that
.-.:,.. ig t t., h. .bo I 0_,., .
*f- Sofl^ 6opi on hat.t nn all- strong -effc.*be inserted in the articles of sub-
"-, t.' tie'anIs, perha.sar --Wa lzab&otOffat of iu-
.,o-f tn .he corn, it w.iuldd-e w41 to sertting-...eh canditiuons would be to
r#6ow%"n:' the- Fn r '- w h'-r i ig .saftlify. those w`l7 are taking stock-
-. progre'ss.e the cane .ee wluch forwe have never heard Qf any propo-
-~ ~ ~ T -lE ml~,ndiji-&WIwhobn the ."' .
-.I i "in fine^ `ndi.- wh Uth t to toatethat poinat.fart-her West
. 6. -.... i0 js a-e open for.. grazi'- i- If, --Hie .. "
.. "0 Z- .nt ,.. ; h, than to brig .tIe '.oad on a direct
'niS plenty 61e7 .' he .uIaen'lI to,
^'. *t-es'&t thIe plan '- .' ." -... ,. line through Mieanopy. apd Ocala to
,-'In rientionit'" rhe" ame'of the Tampa But-when the'people of Mi-
'=- "1 "- rh ii ff " -.(5 "h Ta 'a
.. Southcr.h Cn-llniv btorC.vr'irhere'a canpy fix upon one point, and say that
.. wou.. say; fl i-Dr. iee;irts -eJi-tdr, they will. be satisfied with no other
". ,. dsve thehhig-h prinse5,-aad a the are certainly requiring to' much,
"+'; .~lo g ixst ofl isiJOS beres.2 .t. .is o-r -_ : + ,- ,
"- ong list" .: e-b1 ai't'er. -It- is. "per- dl, Il most, ctunly estroy all,
.. h a p s t oe t e s r b p e r t 1 a l O'el o i -ic- o '" "
,:.. ban"rl.-v :in. : our ... c-,,"he "t prospects^-of ever- having the Road
..-+:'"..-"--inr-!' our F~t~ -,a q t e ar-" .,,
Sm (rho-eos "o "e.yt1I a-nd male -built. If they will fix upon some
the bys re.tlj..t, i-.el-it the p>t, (say theroad leading from Mi-
t,". ,tin.e.]..'.. i .- n. eanopiy to Forr1larke,) West of which
P0,. i ATO R-'.--l- -,e(cm'ep,._- well thiyi-will not go, and leave the rest to
asl tbie _s't~aT o t at1)6s jre not, -be decided after the Company is regn.
S cUmpete, vtt fa' rf hofu'lI ise no larly organized, all those interested on
\. 4 -tt[a .ul 1'ie .1 'l.l .repa'the who._e'length-of the line will agree'
'1; bede 8 i m rm i t t -,'. t t, l .-.
,'-P' _i ...., .'.+ 'i with them and engage heartily in the
K -tlert'-ed .e.kbr, wvatt, and "...
V b.91y.od-Ave rain cbmon l k .
.: ,,e G ,tmhohle action of the Micauopy meeting
p e ecp.do.ntoi the .improvement of the
-,t,^.ho5pv.rt ; nayg i-on of the Ocklawaha- River.
-_ .- wTill be highly'approved by oamr oiti
Szns nd wo h6oe they wiU appoint
At 9"'d:g''g Qom;uiutteet to meet or correspond with
u t hS 6" 6c.. t + a'tho ,ae i.nttee from Mioanopy, as sug-
f.. .o-. a guAted in the proceedingpof that meet,-
'.. q r ing. Something mjig be accompltshed
Il b^a'e_",,6 h -i4", tuis "way'long'efot wo inaj'enjo
,_+ ..4. 1o_. h e.- r. ,: ..
1o ,-t."m^w ."..'Thos tW o'banefits of a Railroad, ind even if
,..-rsan ... rebo fortunat-. as to obtain one,
k7'T
7 :.. +.+. _,,, .-.... .. .
;:Z..tlO".'aA" .-:% ;--' -,-"- "


l.,, ..-etn that iiur B.;et' market inhs ,beeu
closei,, idl will renin,1.I so until all din-
gr -* ,f'roiFoning tlie people with dis-
ea;,l. m(eat is l.1St
Delmocralic itIeerlilm il Poli-
Put !1ll,
In confolrmniitv to public n'tiie,. a
me:-ting of the Dm.-nocratic party indl
f f all ,-thlher, fr'i -,11v to lt m iii,;,,;.


Lii] Li YU


Eti.- t aliBm-:i R.v.'


The lB.v T~i.," .,* N '..in. Tr., an,
; i~i] .cti ,im tt,, 1, ',- i hv. Ii -t F J.,.ri, .'i ii.-i
t;>.! l,: .e:.., i ^ i,. L i ll.r n t i-x iz[' ii tin- j thl
hllit. H ,- m ,H-;'ix tV-,:ix t ;e., rs, -, ._:x.
r'',l h:-,,-bh '., a trl y i't n ,:l.T ,_'i,'i.l in til'.
wi-irk .l th, miii ui.i ry ft',r .- 'reait Loqitv
v ears ,,'. ,eli,':vr he w3. s till: fir._t
Icthio'.i.,t uiij i.?t,-r .e c.vetr *-i ,,r
h .r Dior'::eh- t i t ii i t':.s. ./
I. 'I./
It 1is idW i ivep regret sayv t lie


,_.S'l.*i,, (t.f1./;iaI?, that we have to


record thIo death ',( this no:l,. and de-


Vitel i:irtitioii--thwin uhilow n':'n c*~


ILI ICA AIA I I LP t : i -S.S i ore tirue 41.:l c'-ii i ci int '-vir
tration' of Presiideut Buchanan, was .-:s : ,:,r tru ,,: c,.. tent vi
traction of Pi-det B arn, I tu':-e in all theF walk'l of life \We kit:w-
held in thle courtt House. at Palatk.n. ,h i ,. ,
.-i-, r .. ,. r-- hIm1l tor hlnail\" Ve"-I'. l:,,:,tll tilbrill,. his
on the tili ; of i 1V, ol.'ro. when, on .' t ,du n I s
.. ; -, 'I .r,\ '.') iht .'etl')Lj n iti t hI e I'I -i -'z a ini in lis
lnimon. iEx 'i.T'oV. lOSEl IjY was call- .n
.. .. ... ,. .. ;-r i ni ti.,:r t lai,,;,i's. ain, d. ; L wavs found
edl to the, C.llir. and ,. CILLIS was ap- ,him firm aid ifi,Aiig in rising
ioint, d S e tr- a-v. 1 a T
The rIj'ct of Ihe m 'eting, haiul: lie path ,.tfrigbt 'nd duty. In his
been explained:, by the Chnirai'zn. on:,ti.. leathl it nmyh-b trul.- said tlha-t a great,
motion of C Gillis. a comu'ittce was a gnigo won 'has 4ilen. We.t~',]er
ia.ointe, to se.ei-rt 'delgates -to the- '-o hi-F rel aiiv es- cur hbei-rL t, .srIti-
Drniocralie CConventi.r to' he heid at ilies '11.e +-(a 2 be.
Montic.ello on the first 3'n.nday ID reaveiuet, '-
:i,. ~ :--*i ., -.---- _-- .
Tn e', who, by tlTier Chairm'an.',:;..rt- 'T,.m I tf X.-T 'a P"'i.n- il4r, .May-m, "2.
edl the names of the f,,lliwi n person, s "AI.II .WS..
viz: W. A. Forw-ard, Geo E Hawes^-'. Oir rea'l-rsul e ae persuade<- ueiff
(C. Gillis,'M. Mos'l1-v. .J. H. Verdier peruse with iD 'etfctih, Tllh:,wing (r-
-Y. T'H. Hikian J 0.. Deall, N.atban d.Pdr.of(al [^ivmii. Wo want no-bet-
Nortoi-iE Wall. S- W. May5- J hejO_-lk. II ', .f
_J l:"* l.:- lOdian luatr3 t ow beirnig pwI-'.um
Br.iwn, N. H. Moragne and N y. 'y courautt.jes.: ris-a's policy that
Trowl, which report was ujaiianinous!v mus.scee aO'nd -we ea4i. uporn.our
c-ortn:t'.,'el in by the meeting. _. frr, te.i:pe,.p.e' lai. in xfqitoinu thie.
Thesa, committee, by th.ir. Chair olive 0 bac _. Thp. past.'Sfeemses of
t e i. r lu -_.n r vqluirte nrs will et.abIe the fr -ti-
lun, reported the tllown, reo :- io fdfgiyve d .'orget, our fallcfoes "
tions, which were separately read and E* r Tt ffPT.. : I


urjt, i.1ioi.nii-ly adopted:
r RPso/Ct., That. as the sense-of-Ihis
'jiia i.ue Adiiiiii,-tlrat.inu of Presi- of
" h_.ran.' Itienltiniy wi.\, coie '
serv'aUt4'*i, l patriotie,.aiin'd..-in strict ri
Suiit.fti ruity tiO'fl pricitiples fothe Ded' d*[
:0epiltpy, as taught r. and ilustraled td
,iy Jeffers- ni] d other w.,rth- saes.. f

,It p'. t f. i-n the u-'- 'rexS- 'M'. .
s Stat t-.r. their ad1 t s o- ""
: ,. .du inal" !noasuires.-of the thtra p
:".unil;'istr. tn, and esp'ec a-'1, J dc
@B .f,: rCt~h e ,n,^dmissiaion o t;K a
*J LT Ader tq i ate.Coqt Vi -be
-bill sa o t t other pousi18erxxiic
.ri-e tfiet .ah r c-it.led "Ao' our "-be v
f t-nlr L s ,.a eM diail ',oin ,prt,..,
JSw,5 i ta-a. oair deL bapm ftl -.
,.iBid-ion 4o assemble at Mp-o'a. d'.,
e*-- V ValUic',ly. and w/,eS-
Soe* i,..'t_ te to volte., for the re- in
h I Hon -Gsn .s w- S,,
i. I .e 6r -aa- ,and'jfh'ate -fTO TK
(,nr s,-.e rxt-bien ntLefeet. i e,
'-hi r39' -"-^f
ion ;oa t c. ui first choice' -- 1
eandidare f0'Register of SLate Lauds H.
Resov, 1, hait these proceed ings lie
published ;rd ue Florida Home C-.rm- es
pa.r-ioat. .rj 4 the Democratic papers Ca
.ivw4frk Sin, te wi
On m,.,tin. the Chairman was added di:
to the delegates; whereupon the m.'et.- -
ing adjourned ex
W D) MOSLEY,Ch'n. te
C G[LLIS,,SeC'2 M w
--- 6 -- w il
Pelersoamm's Counterfeit Delec- di
lor.
A reliable counterfeit detector, pre- an
pared expressly for Plhildelplhia. has rnis
Ione been needed, but especially within M5
the i;st year Petersoiii' entirely tup- sa
plies this want, for it, is accurate, hon-
est and thorough, being supervised by
Drexel & Co., of this city. The June
number, just issued, contains a perfect
liAtof alI the counterfeits, broken banks,
and rates of discount on bank notes. TI
The objection brought, against many op
of the eounlert'eit detectors published ful
elsewhere, is that they are merely ve- of
hidles for levying black-mail. cannotbe tIn
urged against this, for the character of rie
the publishers, T. B Peterson &. Bro-.. Ci
and of the editors, Drexel & Co., are ea
above suspicion. We would advise tei
all persons to subscribe to this Detec- Tt
tor at.once. The price is only one dol- R!
lar a year monthly, or two dollars year Le
for it,; 'semi-monthly-Philadelphia aen
Public Ledger, Af'ay 27, 1858. tia
We have received the Jane number TI"
of the Detector mentioned above, and of
TI
would add that it may be relied upon tha
not only in the city wheie published, pa
but in every State in the Union. Be- de
sides all necessary information relative its
to -vew courrterfeits. &c the Detor et
cofitaina.. valuable articles on trade, hlis
money, specie, Railroads, mining, &o. ry
It contains 32 three column pages,
neatly printed, and while it is complete G e
and thoroughly reliable, it is so cheap Cc
as to be within the reach of all. It poc
is published semi-monthly, at $2 year, ed
and monthly, at $1 a year. Address of
Cot
T. B. PETERSON & BROTHERS, 306 N(
Chestnut st., Philadelphia, Pa. he
ern
NEw YORK, May 29.-The steam- poe
ship Moses Taylor has arrived at this fis
port from Aspinwall, with California he
dates to the 7th inst. She brings up- th3
wards of a million and a half in specie. mR
New gold mines of immense extent ve
have been discovered in the British _
possessions, reaching to the American-"
territory. This discovery has caused
great excitement, .", l
Col Kinney's party attempted the fehi
capture of Greytown, Capt. Kennedy,' hei
of the Jamestown, took them prison- up
ers and sent them to'Aapinwall. ho
The Cholera tas raging at Gnate- Qa
mela. b'u
A French agent is' negotiating fd- ph.
the Nicaragua Transit. It 'is said that N
sixty, million of franos have been sub shb
scriibd in France for this purpose, thu


W.',lji.t.^ tN.+ :tI;r his ;party
"gind 14a'b4 ti.,-w'ih. prpe'"ed i-u
e-vle i IbUf- -4 P r(e,-annd Ma-
ian. wi'eri ed I re e.cEntlv
51overP1A a ex'] estn ir a Tie notnimV.
orofl'a'J^ thencet4 tic Iufeltw.dinS


[-to
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4the
ian


ea d-q(I nar r I .-
3. The Coloe,n-oiui g, repos-
full nonfidenbbe in th,: lcr'retiorp'f
pl..ains Mceil iaJ L.;d y Led h
11 habitually, cause whitl flags to be
splayed by their parties, and should
ey fall in with any Indiant they will
plain to them through the interpre-
rs, the kind intentions of the Govern-
ent in their behalf On no account
ill enter into hostilities with the In-
arts, except in self defence.
4. Officers of the Quartermasters
d Subsistence Department. will fur
sh on the requisitions of Captains
cNoil and Lesly the supli-es neces
ry for their respective cinmands.
Byorderof Cnl L-10s.
S THEO/PA fBOT,
A.-'Ass't Ad.jt. Gen.
k*4 ?
RUSSELL'S MAGAZINE, JIAf, 1858-
his neatest-,and nicestof thamnonthlies
ens with a discrimiuativt, and hope-
1 article upon the Literary Prospects
the South; the first of what we
ust may prove to be a valuable se-
.s. entitled Notes on Wine and Vine
culture in France, may be found in its
rller pages. We cannt approve the
nper or tone of the Plea for Italy.
be rich satire, relating to Nursery
hymos, will be enjoyed by all. The
otters of Hon. JNO. RUTL.DGE, which
e published, arp a valuable -contribu-
on to unpublished Carolina history.
mere is more than the casual amount
fiction, but is all pleasant reading.
me thoughtful and graceful articles in
e Editorial department maintain the
astreputation of Russell's, which is
servedly superior to that of any of
rvals. The number furnished good
ason why this Magazine should be
artily supported. It will be pub-
hed to-morrow.-C Gharleston Mercu-
,May 3 I st.
StRVEYoR-OGENERAL OF FLORIDA-
en. Francis L. Dancy. of Putnam
county, East Flloridd, has been ap-
inted by the President and confirm-
by the Senate, as Surveyor-General
Florida, in the place of Dr. West-
tt, whose commission had expired.
o truer friend or more generous
arted man lives beneath our South-
I sky than Francis L. Dancv. or one
sseassing in a higher degree the quali-
ationa requisite for the post to which
has been elevated. Be is the wor-
y successor of -a gentleman 'who has
ide it is said, "one of the best Sur-
yor Generals Florida has ever had."
Talahass e4Floridian.
p
The Knoxville Register. of the 20th
t., ma&W-Mrs. Geinrp liness passed'
rough that city a few days before, on
r way to Wasuington, andrrommwks
on the singularity of the "fLt tflat
r distinguished husband---General'
aines-was the author of. the idea of
ilding a railroad direct from Meem-
is, through East Tenness'e to 'the
orthern- cities, and" .ut hin .widow`
wouldd go through on the first trdin
it ever made the trip through.


tThere is vo'r^^tjwil~ithe BlinjI~a
xercise for'fioe lo. nt mg.o eat
*ad'no whtre.to gq 'o, o-atipoe visit:
-.uo iviliation ,;n. o'mtrqhes o divine
.ship. %Weha et-eqn the Mea-
,aga*of'the President, ,or the Navy Re-
p t,. To be kept in stait a Gand "on
IR aa1 ST willr --a I
ROX Mle ^H ^ifB^Jnlnf


leai- that i'l' it' it .s -
ning its in is.pois
not be sffaeisent wheat a ''6T-4na_0
to furnish seed for the ndeM-rse,&& '.
and it is greatly feared Idhat I'4 -corn
crop. notwithistinning the favorable
season, will be very short.
In the West., the grasshoppers are
destroying everything, and in theSouth
and North-West. the rust prevails to a
frightful extent What advantagesdo
good seasonsaffnrd? Except the dis
asters caused by the overflowing of the
Mlississippi. the inqs flattering accounts
of fine seasons and promising crops hind
reached us from every portion of the
Union ; but recently begun the numer-
ous account- of grasshoppers; etc until
the scene has changed, and great scar-
city of grain of all kinds, promises to
usher in the ycar 1859 -&Suthern En-
terprise.


BEHIND THE AGE.-Mr. Leonard re-
cently made a successful balloon ascen-
sion from Montgomery, Alabama. He
states that while -'up," and but a short
distance from the capital, he was shot
at three times by a 'Minnie rifle-in
the hands of some one who probably
took the Erial navigatoilor a monster
manbat," and no doubt a desoendaot
of the same family which ran out to
stop the first high pressure steamboat.
they saw going down the river, mista-
king it for a runaway saw-mill.
AN INFIDEL 0oVERTED.-The En-
glish correspondent of Zion's Herald


writes :
"Thomas Cooper, the noted septio,
and author of the "The Purgatory of
Suicides," has recently become a con-
vert to Chriatiauity ; and after having
spent thirty years of his life in lectur-
ing and writing against the Bible, lie
is now striving to make reparation for
the mischief he must have 'done by
lecturing in defence of the Saored
Scriptures."


a.
Finr..-Wo have to record the first
fire in our town. On the morning of
the 27th ult. the house owned and oc-
cupied by Mr. John MoDummitt, on
Center street, was discovered to be on
fire. and before any assistance oould
be rendered it was entirely enveloped
in Acmes, and in an incredible short
time entirely destroyed Mr. McDum-
mitt not only lost his house by this sad
accident, but everything- that it eon-
tained, and $300 cash, watch and other
jewelry -Florida Netr, June 2.
<<* : *
04.4, ,
Tho publistipo.of thesOhiTeiJtom
St d"ard is suspended for the pr""nt,
and that journal with the outfi0 of ita
office, is nffere4 for sale for a stl
ment between the proprietors, and on
aoeooiamt ofsoma difference 'as so views
ofediUterial polii,", .
It -ll AI ofrerd at public' auction
on .the 22d Junqe if not disposed pf
806nemt-biaplioatienasB.0. Pressley.
BNq,or. W. Pratt, &S .-Charles-
ton CouAer.


' W .\-iiU I',:r.Tir[<. J mne ^.} ^. k;;eri+t'-.lei.-
IayV iu C._,r,,.r.: -s wer<. u.iimjygtan^
-ile i-eiuer.l j ui prirssih.i w-:it rhit 'the,
0 Vtid j.,,,rri i, w;j,,.,-l U'lp-'t.t I ei. .'_5{l-}

.the *,,l.r J une. .';, .-*" ,..- -* ..- .?
-' -'Iirjiif-U" "' I' "e- P'"- -,tI'" '" "

,\ANocni Ot 1' .0.. ClAG pt EIj'^ACA-B^
.r B .j ii ,l ne r aied" ;
"". '- has repiir tr.'hf ie havijigt b.en fied'
;tjnto by aBrii.i,heioi.o..Censieola, Oni.e"
nan -in board th'e iAmeri-etn.ve-s.Il was'
kiIlled, The" steamer Fultoj h,aH'soneiun
pursuit of .the'. r Sui.erG." rea' '.itl e
a'-" -, _______..- ,,-- :'. -*'f S
. 2 'i ,- ... -:,;-- '-
Fra E.-The residence -of;Ci Feim-.
iug, at. Hibernia, Fleuin"ugr'r-1.nd .Wa3
destroyed b fii-'oion the turirjingof.fie.-
I 7th.inst.,. The fire made its appear-
ance ini part of the house where there',
ha,d -nat. ben. a light fotbr two. weeks,
which shliows it. was tlie woyk oD( a-.t.
i n. er iai'. S'a-A,
aAsv^fio li.*'l.m~...^ ?
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1L 'TE*iT FfHIfI EURIOPE. -
PRRP I V.\L 1A1 O P THEP
Xi-sE~sF^zcs-A..
H \Li,.-. .Ti e *2 T liph t_-;it-- I l;
l,.rir-a. iqs :i-rivfl .,t tlAiis p,,port ith
L ivi pi,,:,,i 'tit.:-I tn, the -2" 1' l i t -
.riCEGLAL. New,.-In te "Ernlish
HiIonse of m('coins Mr ('lCrdwell 1d
withllratwn his motion ensrii r/'"lie
ministry Thisvwai r-ird-g'ed a a vir-
tr:l triLm pph of thle ,ov',-vi-lumcnt p,'rt-v.
N:-ipl Is h.-uj in teffeet, rji-'i-:ted their de-
m a i ud ,' England f. r i n i uin it v tfo r
imprisonein-it tof'the Eriglih E Einineer's
in the Ci afli'aria affair. iNaples was
actir.-,v pro:'e-ediug with her ruilitarv
def noeCs. .
Sir Josp.,h I awly's B'. ',l-i had
won the Dirby stakes.
There was nothing Lbter from India
C(1. M'E Rc .-.b*N w'--- 4[- t.bL Li;.er-
piool Co.ftrt-' nuir.:e tte berth..%ad-u
h-ad idehliti-d l-d."id 1 md Il 1d.' per -lb.
Thp snies for f.l-we.a n'rad 37-
000, ot'Yhich ieeu4a0i-,'aal=.i e-r.t,
.'vs. took eac-b 1,50 ba- e loa n 3!, ,
.SOO ales o f all derption he'
trade. i: .." .i
Br&aIj ffi were general ly ,l.uii
Flour-.n^' Whe;-t er a ,, adC-ofr
was delminin i
Jrovieiow.were steay,.- .: "
I ... .1Ar .'"n d'oopTng ,. 6e
Q h ,','yad. decUlniniq Spiris of
tvlrmn-? was firm at' 4t6. per ewt.,
andli soni-. eirelars report an adlvaine
ofttw o ah l lings. .- .--:
-t v. L, i i -A ST
HL'TR e ns-or fTa' A.Rif.CAN C--Asr.-
-A letter-.'if e ->V4w.' Thiafrtwj`
Pra.a,,rrinowioes the arrmA.t.ere of
the et'.t.qijO ship Da/'_.Go s
I I t.h A 1Jdl 3 2 S --duys Pfri. a. M o6nrtv ,;.
with eigltv a eSw'-ef 'vr on'orab;. <
'-Jieut.. T. :Walkec die dihrtha-i,- M
s ge. and -i'bs+ urz6d at P atiy'k
voitb ;ippx'opriiitae hbonqrs h.li"
During the as th .D"l.wt, shop.
.i t'':prpVISIORA. a Ac6li.PI:(IT!' tfeim Tnr'-

een 'd-ispatchebe4 -,i'Stitn1 usapri
being alotnately.., the-boSi t BJfs;
boatswain.and two a4meiifroin bo Fr
t'he mast. were-obliged' to do, the dib^

wirtrfscaro~1y iB. sia&Bfewt numbsr 'os-
te e+@

i t. work ifiiip: The Ietor .ays,:
iacoy. a qterof the Africa-
21aftWB at, 611.
%8^^PTr~ifatfC't'.1tsdi)Bnot3 a;be oft-
^i^S~ifr~e B--"so an~l LhPe. '6'Af.


i f~rth*n eebu
soms. .vig' unnsual -
grnaBu, r.poading ho -
residdenes,'ndA uishi.
se-tters z rtw, eoct~ k
queti.-'. notIra
utous9 s8r6, l pp,
delicious
by -their eitradm
V, ngnoli blhsso. wv
opehing bud of white fo
tre of this rich collectioan.af
various hued butall rich rd
aroma-renders at this season, -0-
baskets of our flower girls a riohe '
spectacle than can be seen in any other -
place. Florence itself is scarcely so
rich in flowers as New Orleans. *Wis
a pleasant sight to look upon the
groups of flower venders thatoollectio P
the afternoon, at the intersection of
Royal and Canal streets, to weave- 0.' p-
their floral treasures into forms of taste ,
and beauty. The work finished, as .. '
soon as night steals over the ojity ,on J
every public place the. flo-t'afle.Jt .. ."I-
briskly -pliel. The man retdiringfrom<' ',
his labor, the young man with yoVthfnl *'-'.N
beauty hanging upon his arm,. all,are -.
solicited to buy floweirm and they I V.i""-
be found in 'the parlor, the boudoir, .'iy
even the counting-hfbonsa, atterrog -..n
abroad everywhere their holy influence, l
-A-2 Orleans Picayu .'e...' "
In the Coofereone-of the. Methodist Raid
Episcopal hurchn, South, at-Nahby.ille., OO
on the 18th tll,, the committeeo" en "'-
Episcopacy reported adverse t the" ;- W
election of any Bishops at thit'bvhi" ,
and the Oonfaeenoe adopted the'reprt.
1 "..., ..~ ?:.,': : P...I
Terh is-maido 4ah-Aoa for '.:mi .O-p
the ourrent ramoir 'th Mr. Taney fta.g M
think of resigning the (hief Jutiatloe- .
ship.., Hia lal.th is aboot as usual for
yearspast. I13HCoT


There ar now -two daily papers'
printed in Leavenworth city, Kansai
The Herald claims a' population of
5000 people for.that place. -'-
The Mormnodwereleaving Salt Lake
city at last amomunta


City ~ ~ at as aedute


ARRIVALS AT THE T

Since May 3 1 t, 1858.
May 31-Miss Bnker. Charleston.
S. C; Dr W H' Babook. J B Dawkims,
Gainesville, Fla J M Baker, Allgato.
June 1- LithL. Cletnena,8 U, A.
June 2-4Htawk WalkLiaJk jibo&h
Mr 8tdosell;? June 8-J .0 PCuseI Oruge 8Iafi,
Fla, gias StaarVWaahiglnfwD 0.O
unn S---E.O mel, OrJmAd hI
N ,Vy imno ,.J&' : '. o_. ::r:i. '; ^ ^

SJunie C- ML W H -A Bt
PCotlaky, 8iili. "" bU
County, Gl; W 0 8Siair'l .niobal


jU0MMEY~


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us either by-
autited
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...1 pric ba's nH ; dno0 certain sty']y nt"
"snraiemim.mber-ofworkn 4 -t"
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containing about twenty meena
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