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Florida home companion
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048735/00014
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Title: Florida home companion
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: C.S. Reynolds
Place of Publication: Ocala Fla
Creation Date: July 12, 1859
Frequency: weekly (published every tuesday, except two)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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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lit. OCALA, FLA, TU1 S.IAY ULY'13, 1859. ,
,S .fr '- J Y. excused her in, his oti rn ilnd, and pink drapery Iun ,racl,! ahr,put hiv Al"og in tl~e .t-lalo. ,b.l.e, arIit. ti.a, M'h renewed ene-a. and ters, th[t d, washed from the earth te lr^ceH
: ", t c,,,;: *,,u.. ,i st ': i em -., o,'e "sl,, i,,r tform, imnpart'i ., unus, ,lhe 1 .,,.... t_,h.:,ugl,,l an,, silet, e (f quiet ,,ppiness, no eve,, uej of man's existence, had
Fhas so much to do, .p,,1 perceeiin a brillinnev to h r o ple ,n- her "atid1 s n,,t urg v hi, team ,n.rd, 160s. -deeJlyV f L because iexpress not que 'bed one of ti1 "lesser that ui dinesaidintle -
A'lllt'. Be~f rel~~arria~.. ..r~o ab itenient in his kitd atteliti.,is, best wr,,u lht. e,Alar was f'astened. buit :eeins %,illing to qif:l, lM ..r_- .A a. .( ort oaNew id r ihs i eae, o oe i. rt .e~ ehaeot:.h lg i
R I V'Q ab.ent fnhshdatm,,. etw,^ucul, -sfsce!bt.on i ln -NJ aor-.d M otfl. .A day or two, aft~enrwards Air. li~ghts of heaven," -or moved it. a %Rytwehv ftltouh
,. T.','h.she nsturall en d d'hfw le- i, a cstlyv brooclh, her hushind's inn an ,,pliuilty to admire t. he ,rr,nton invited his wife to accom- hair from its place. The splendlid..-that it would indeA .u..,-""
I h e :fectly satisfied. Ag for family ao- we,.ling gilt, which had not se,-n beautil'ri s,:enery on either hand-- r*"rv him to town. saiing he thought Orion ha-l nu'hlo,,t a jewel from his time, If by am.ofit.t ;y.:..
fairsiriereased, and shit went less in- the light for many day. ICan %- .
,rsnradan Y etlsi-telffan ,da.Gn- Iile Lills and vallqs clad in the shIe like todo somo shopping, belt.; -eith othe deluge nor the should"'hum*brmore.dil! ^? t;]:
" to company, 9lie hetP still more ciug once more at her mirr,,r, to be rr.esh vedlinre .(rifne .while the and.rip-, with no F.]pparetit surprize, darkness hdiqo~ed.isbaada.- Ohristlanity. So mh ai-n -77
16.E-. -_i Of,+'.1 e Itai, that. her toilet reeled n Awit eartrelt easurq-acvqaed Hte Via-^ 4 h4..i.-... .. "'eld "cc
... ....te ifr'P dvitl. in, wi". tfAsir u o t a s Ta c l paa--10w i eo ob
A n, ne. t1ow .6 he... di

feet their happiness' 11 this cHain Thornton envered-e911 clapped her age to his refin- and cultivated bu lh^Ueosaiume, an entire ne* out-'"the left I" a celestial di-oid of and putting to sitet& n -op-_
,, ., of cireun, stncces, 4 wr, dunthot h-Inds in childish dlight and ex- Jie.,,1. ft, 'rAtttycould not deny made lh~th-st 'Eiers. There was a little nears. Knt men forgeuat ir!. ,
,f ,aqll:thyh,:...'t, a, i l of, pa t-se-t bef,.re her,. 3 s rhe little claile,/, "Oh, Ma, how pretty- Bp i it 13 now oto late to retract her 'Ibuk teft years younger." Ploiadt?8 hd the -great Do m' Star, glen eviui as bad a.B -inti .- "."
-,'-.,J,:,,t,< t ,e ],l,.,,ii prattler at -her si.Ide'epea.ted the pretty," and running to lher kis'ed his polite invitatton-they are en- Tlihas the-beginning of the re- anr the '~rplon, rail iog its gems respect, a 'the most hotl.aded"-f.. .
-Toi-^ n .e,,v i'.r l: fuery-- Dor'Pa see.you lher.again and agnin, then drlw hlier tering the ol *homestead"--oe folil t *Was the dawning of a along fioutle Chmdty, "homestead" ,aw., of ap y "r. ",, ge h rsry tbnndtosn.
'Don't Pa CD.... -V I va
I" ^"t, 11in 1,:,-k pretty?',- i chi c,)6 to lirsd e arid ^ eagerly field more -ant his fertile farm, witb, bV9 r 'doy for. the husband and elevenh AWE, thaet the young Joseph It brosn Ialad. ,ir "
In, wo'.r re*Lye ,'all "Yes, my11clVlhild'uN. P.arered, watched 1ber as she plied her needle iLs well kept rencetappears in view. wiM iir stora True, habits of sa w it, h 6t&edm, and the stars that pa"eif it were possible i,:f..-.-
.o, ^ tue s .li "a;-; aud her reslv ^-sr eliri,,g the i, zham dress. Yonde, is his neahite house sur- e5^ -andingare not conquer- I {irat-6b chid of Adam saw i tige of that system toin .whei ...
T ;,.,,,,-,,.,.-. woul, t,,i pd. .ust beroe i was ped rondwith elms nd maples.- k or a th, and very his ind rou, These were the #n map itaays exhibits the e4 fde .. ti
4 -1 Vliak e toy fa i ,. It. a-,n d. v e r ... .
---'a,^o rj^.e? whether Mr.LTftrr s ind'7r- ?Nellie's brothers camef,.on- school, They drive through e lar.,e gate- o^1" Mrs. stars to'ahi they were all that hostility. Those0whop~t .
U.o. ; .'r?'r'' er;rtl'e to the su rhjee or ,., N .el- a ni pausing at the bha t opened door way. the man John toumes from the t 9_ !o their long-tolerated sway, were leA of t 6h drowned world that views of infil< ty ventt,9 :. .
gb b .-X.. ,ib._ a hs hus 'fr t A.Thorntonh -e ownfluencw and in time she knew not W"ither the soilless, un- tory" cre a ae, a.s.
^ -,1tt,,i.ty b rt to he "pazza .eAvi. his friend to ..... t-,.m. An air ef taste rudderedr.. had borne him-the ha. oinided with e. aptB. ...
.. A tr,.-,,nl,imH-.,,-)v rate, I'll Ir"^P.. ggsir, "t was with min-led eniib^rm& le.su- ss e- se Bwife eo*Bfobre unknown, now-ei..mountm"- Ae-earth aS meat, mus l-...-ri|. -"
"{lte,'or,ak-\,-*tbr.,tl,,,,, --not even washll |'^.;he pro- pleasure and pain that M,'s. Thorll:first, and if possihl,hurry he," out ugi ^^-t i~lf'iettng, a~it year buried deep hcfaatbh the waterM.rilp ~ lel conviction that.
- .Ec.~ r^ cecdrd,-,. ) ,e:.f,,iadn ton observed her Chlllreii were un- o-Palgh, befre thoir ,isitor enters an-ir .tffar the links of affection eryathing ht been swept Nwdyrutnothing but a demolition af re- ..
..r" I I .oe do beve1hrcilrnwr u-6-aalt eue hi~sto nes
fr t,-,.et-hr-,ks,! eth ov e ._d e'ralol er usually docile and ,&.-dient, hasten He rushes into thejsitting-room-- whch Bnit them as a family grew t au aters he had learned by name, ligious rites and cei ltt i, .... "
i t -mhe accustomed du wods cnnot express hir actm du- worer ever rait higremeieattwew
.. a,t 'e it:.p~s:?,:,r, I out of style, anl. t.o w earI ties withJtbigee eanldo et-eest h eviaeo the hol 1146ll of a,4311isriian home.'" ""-""-;';- ea'pr~ who remembered side lerlgtmt-i]igt-;:"''
whic that, Children are inat.ulal andr hiat lenely bride ant ote o 'wWe he. the fet....e on
"V. 'h th ( hddren are natural and s Iovel, br-ate, and saself-conscious Uut It wis bi until many years Adam. hil he then felt himself would be the' g of rf eir acq':' ".:
. ip,>.,l,.v b'.i~,,! had I,:,, ago bel.a8"too unafleetc, lovers o.f the beautiful, blush mantles her cheek as he had' passed away, and our little bgme. ring tie mastery. Thei hostirri. ."
ui htol.I,,I,,, fo. w]..-,j^et< light to we.r ab.) !sp." It ard their intuitive perceptions will tops to kiss her with words of NeltUe, now a lovely maiden, was r A to Chrttanlty i" not neliie,. "
xpn j;., was a nice ten|d H13.ap30 not often suffer from comparison loyfulsurpriseW,, El ", _L ... her pac s pet in .t positie. It is not ot with ..
,. ,ed and ahite, Vnered .wth the options of mature worhldy He has time for no more. Mr. her fath#9thousehold and assume arch ?es l ^eoushabiliuen g o .. ..
.o his ,, ; wisd-o bee 'room. It.was with a feeling of ,orton ha, followed him, and be .,s f a le .. sun thers to hodn d lt
d. mhag au F-v yl L huh,? ei intinsspun nobled. and adorned- .-
: ^ ^ :^ l:y thw ^ -b!1n** The o"dm ration that these children now exclai rs- .-H a Charley, as lover tha her mt her Im parted to her the inuPP ... .. may be seen the dde n osol
Tht ihtv~c i 1 t.he mterimate oheteby commuqitoe:,withn G~od, C~onsider ... ..a.y,
_d if tho, tindt onl,-V. come round in sev dBemed i*ked upon their mother, and seem- ike as ever-hasn't the honey-moon story of her own early errors, and haw -Aqgustk 'Privile e it, ia when po8 o o n
---....,aoat. edo htre- true in this case.; "'aiss ed to consider rt a privilege to do set yet ?" and thhr he is duly pre- earnestly earnedd her to beware oF 2pit o nrm d .
.l'g'u bj:tv.worias"e, heart made in the thean preg t 'le, something for hia. It was, "let me- seated to Mrs. Thornton, who, that insidious foe to domestic hap- "i ,
(xr~tm* ,, "?1ca-t s orn^ .eptn .....~a thafor, hous foren tof e doetehap-LC srtl^ .h'i> ,* -^^ -
W.-.an "ma, I ',W-~h .. ea- k ,-p... '- "-"' &'.&d
tViIgt t4 al dres.Wil I is 7" '. uhe gentleurn- tn. h appy eaitis to Mr". __:. '! .chlrl-w at -.
Thmen shem. -Nesdhr! akmelluie was too sfmadl-l -to rent.r.: Pw--t.empcing rep~tVpftad before whltuln"o e etn- "'":' htwsde'ildrng-._i'l
whoe crveif f hi dati -When a Christ*' stretaks ferth
Teshreesdb g'dr muhassistance, but she often turn-' them. A happy meal it is to Mr. prtyWha i lk 9seyulokGdhshn~i htmmn~ry nhivksevsb-i eolto oetrae(hrsiai
% 1 ,.lre ss 1, a its i mprisonn in a e,1 from her frolic with her kitten, Th,,rnt6, wh,.-gzes vith admiring f 7,s revolt, ,
1 a 4 _.mo ierTini hedobruin^ton, most ungra1ceful twist, Qa n 0 eaeful- to look at her moilher, and utter fondness on his still beautiful wife. would or
? hair andis he r b cuIean heiy brushfii its still glosill waves, some childish remark expressive of Supper oer, Mr. Nforton coaxes The Eve-n|1, hind all terr1estril pursuits, an; aeUspirit ewere gain triumphan,-
-. a ir: a* tig her lean she plaited it Iin...:the Prined braids joy and love. !t.le Nellie to hit on hill lap, but And the evening is beautiful!- traverses, on the wings of intellect, We may see these feelings exen."
'ri which Charles used so ru h to ad- At last the clock struck the hour she soon glides down, and climbing and the heavens are full of stars, the realms of light; he contem- i e
T rw' amTh oerntetsri e in thedas^ o hr't* hood. when Mr. Thornton was expected, her father's knem. whispers confi- mirroring their silver faces in the plates celestial objects only, and o n i i
mire in th day,.o ,e'iiod whe Mr. Thrtnwsepcehrfterske.wipriof-g
llrweli's. Thornt,.,r,'s face, but site ar,- The unwonted task broI- ht back and his wife proceeded to lay the dentially, "Don't mama look pret- snow ; and the still woods are jew- knows lot of the present state of t t t observance of Sinday
*wered'l ," n many reminiscences of *^*6 long table with unusual care, aud to ty?" He kisses her, and answers, eled with ice-diamonds, and waiting things during the period of his w n t introdnction of the
h*on.'tzI n t~ok. s v aniok.vlshed years, and tti stene^d place thereon several ehoiee viands "Yes, my darling." waveless the rising moon. And the prayer provided that prayer be Bible into the public schools. T~hl. ,
pet'" penrsia ted to se h uloo in h' elves als she thbl i of the of which alhe knew he was particu- The evenin passes pleasantly northern" lights, like' zephyrs zonedl breathed with fervency, worl ca hv ir .i day laor ,-
- r'tti?" poersdi'ed nt. ehibt, min-y" chang"es tim~e htfl l'.igt in lar fond. and swiftly ,way. and many a half- with rainbows, are waltzing, on the BRaGHT ANDGkooMv HouRs.--- and toil, but the ungodly are .not-
iyrhe noflyhe, idnd~t heslybu i- thos sh Ioved',but s8^^iturd Meanwhile let us form the ac- forgotten smile of their life-pilgrim- pearly pavements of the polar sky. Ah this beautiful world; Indeed, satisfied unless the feelings of Fre"
epin attir, she.'ded- and hern slo- "W,, hat saess .Ii$ dhang quaintanee of te absent husband agze is recalled by some way-mark And the mountains look like waves I knw -!iee:. ttre. .a thdu^ ^ rfled b"an orn ca-in our~seh'es we fin~st'l 7n. that andl father, whom we find in the which" still" glaa s." biaiht in" the f a aiA~etyf seai.,,r((hylbeaenward Sometimfe'i is gladness and sun- considerable portion brlr e ffl o-- "...
. t drigitess.-n. ..po,.:.. n bthftec hour- sh r7 liz ^lhl"'1 tireh neighboring town, jist copletin distance. They both. -eel younger to greet thestars,- and the sky hike" shine, and Heaven itstelfis not far nity, (to say nothing of nominal.. : ",
gearing wre s vii. ntath e ds- and. Iv trva ru hadg P'8[ mas- his day'str~affic., He is a fine look- and better for their interview an4 a sea of molten sapphire,. wth" its" off'. And .tten it changes suddenly ones.) and therefore entitled to sote, .
liovi^-ne, wt. ,the ,. ,, di'sh-esansol an. tr overhr, an ^il lii!.^ i baP11 in middle-aged man, with an on- determine nevarto be s? like stran, golden tresses drooping, fondly on and is d^i'li aad sorrowful, and the regard, are outraged bi the dee
ii-e-teshtupin -andA-ses and soit h alp d p aec a barrier- ^ 'er alistakable twinkle of kindly feel- gers again the brow of the mountains. It is clouds shu "u th k.I h rio o b odsj .Te
m! rbernifilpee hw.Ehe uhcabd tha True, eever. ehlded lie ^llver i""'nor plainly traced about his tires to the cozy apartment appro- of our sight". :Let us all go out of br,'i, t drip l',ke this, when we feel scholars in thlesbi schools shal? ., .
i iSr@~apff prepred whr hunenban d' apparnly otice he~r ., lt- mut--we know at a glance that priated to his use. is. "Well, this is doors aad read a few paragraphs in" as if we 0oold takt the great world be occupied ialafl&Bo^OB, iuflructiol!
i j; flkasteua pepae; her. husbndsper anebuhe w*"" ^8 ell1 lip.f he ne heis cheerful and indulgent in his a happy family I What a lucky the albam, of the heavens For i"ouarnD.. Then lime the gloomy" but when ssimple requelltls maleh --
]itk! at befoir e e gfnhm o for t hen longer urged her going irrtipoty, family, and are at once prepossessed fellow-Charley i,--suol a handsome thia firmament is the great album hours whea the fire will neither that for five or toel nuairoe~eh dayr
-j'['iir~mreAon ^^ ^. . ... ,"" " a{^ ,theOeitor ands the sns r
L r:.aott. gh',7 tie h, '"ho nor""i h'e see to ar*'Wr~ n i favor. ." wife a'd gchld.re..n--an sh s o n good tt>,~~~h, ur im'tlho orherh the Wrdk..tdo rd t of. Gof sbhu &,N reaia .

--tn tn a r -t.. re o nie -a..
. .- -- -. ----,- ..... q uaino ances. ,. -,g u-. B rec ,g n ze a an T he nex t m o rning T horn ton tion .od_ .p 4. ,- d o ea skyi ..- t _. i, ,;.. -.
w her Now theyimr seledom.,- wehel nulo -. ome e.. --' .lij>^^S5^:^ "-"-
-^^ ^'^y t .Inh o f a . .. nlno d ^oyheood and-early aim& "Gh.g. pression whifh he waseertain she flood gaasd at these1 ,ame stars; feit re a 'to .. renturo to doubt the
.~a^ &e'would:'] 1 but since Mr. Morton had been had made on his friend'., m;.nd, and and men that saw the evenings of frm e oudrelteub eryeotmmdeo ner t ."ches~ts! l^ ys locikedi ; ot for t- ^ hl.el"on "Ho :
._.^ c '^ after ip arepa :r practicing law in a distant city, they yet ,n irresistible impulse forbade nearly a thousand yeari on the earth t^ ne bt*"y et o meoesold senate ur e hs proeff a s madree t fo~ r at-- '-
^ Le h% M ^ones t o accopany ,!] ri6! ha 8 selo net, .an this ia no his offering an ^sugeslions or al- looked up at these same goldel eyes look n a"c e e t~l at there.'ianoh-ud" "^ "^ -i- *
^.X ffh~~~t^^^^S uMlr, and the neighbors soffl~id place to exchange their man~y ques- luding ia any way to the delicate of Heaven which now look down .i01 n, to hr oh-hwee d ilaln h .
..rer- pi cting tohmeet t tiond andtanswers. Mr. Thornton's subject ,eso long unentioned be- uponus; and they eaned them by t a
-A"ope some annbly-e ofth.

...rreship, on in te soahg fine spn of horss andA igh1 "dem- tween them. But Mrs Thornton name, and by their light, drove "'If there ne fact, or doctrine and astivebnu^ .them* hypo- : ,
[n fears andseon o b y~n- .leg ocra~t"are sanding near by, and it needed no friendly advice. With their flocks to new pasturesin the or promise tthe Bible, whieh has oriteland refn~them ven th :: -
oi y h^^ l call^^^ to lece l o h un, w n bu l persusio to a- true womanly tact, ,he pereeised Old World. And when the fousa produced ns, practical effect upon crdit of slnority. Hox deter.. = "
^^^&W eromplihed o the number eontin'bu- d ie Mr. Morton to company his tahe advantage she had gained, and tains of the great deep were broken your tempelldntook he assured mied for instance the effo exhi. ..
hr hara change fri edy ivli t' e. d tohis home whieh e hadi a n at all inclined to relinquish up, and the windows of Heaven etve g yo otlyf it ed eenl by ste Prea uee' 0ver
To p e n d a n d t h e fl o od. 8aFe a n d a p r a c t i c i n g l a w ihn af ori tf t e e
y l y ryr e t ol dsn y impul forbe nea ht of darkness the eood e wthe or; of i t
eand te the re m ambtedt~he r inuisth en e, the b est with- odi such
"rp neg a h i ttlhe on es tondere d and the lv c pe their met n t posits Ti seeonner s f, ia tne daord gengd or gest o ines tIe n joy thei?5 a,< .
1i b *mortiie and the inedg^b lac to e a t real- M- lde in any wayo he delicate of Han whi n lo doepwn '. oioin i, .iM1 and 8eotlettd to non how. T

,:exp et--n grie -h colr ar tond snowy tack forisdt i
to meet her t -tis and anwr.Mr h rntn' subjet-o toong ufie noe be uponus;gaind theyg calledg overm~.by rrdT~ wpfri oeaadmeno do

Klfo ^ S o^r ship, o rnn sh elrlshe'al go fotl. r alland, ats loft The tweentheir. Butoolrays, pt nambecming andn by of tor l ightdr move If..here .o.n fac t",e or w,.M a: ,a
so o one by on il' cd are s ape diengl ofeater by, and itnof r W itnhd fos t o nwe tr ithe oor ohopek rroms to $'her ibe iti h fant s
in., w. clto o e f w ed b lit.le pes uasion toin troe wom nl t cts, shd ct Old World. And wh n the poe no practical e. Upon "-'-"
ar e b t is Sh b dion e ed at l! yet visire th e d. The. cntpo siton i
.&I n v ri. T hb e daff r ke ginh am dres s, ln en o pe nedond th e foodsa time, and t e, ame they 6l.. .. .",;',
i~ 6ee the @m.ohrtified and repained inoth wrl ih h gleoodre ffo li gthepi ninrgrdto wremld y th ohesff h ,oiug iod.lgiiso ey h ebei t sowe [immat
Ji -l[o g n e o miy i o r i s t in- L h i s lively ands piied the d re-m colr. and- an apron-i~ theyle an~d long'm~ on night ofil dakn ss the r '
.hen o hrpateror al~y ,ron sahoeoadvry a.eait iaii of h inamianl hinteakrm~e. eved when"e step
-bt heshw altevelwdadteeprene fatrlfad atteh foa. use prly and thefreo .bhatkeloud oed ewy theyfrai t in his ipowmt t4eirthe oe with- so doi m lo .ot o
. a sly fromhreesl eondftr;' thekeai q.# of cmpa e -.a theiars teposito in Mtabl aforkdvedoi aea theug gln atoover-e wthe' n memeud:goeoes they~n~n:ll.:,. ,,4
I, J.. .' I '. '-ec s in bo h o is
|,.[:\-.m.,e, she]: he'" Us wa sil rne vde atlendt lthe.' worl w i idasreth ilthre gole future of orablte riengdhsl opinion inegar t wrecale by thehl8wll e 'fallethom .ofib ru-Noo 0,3 ao it r lignious "Sty thel$ @IMae ''.,~ .
..4erytin e anorm ity. Sinerely! ditd wh~',;ionh they u lshed tol d realm lsn thr filan!l lmts l, ,te..t dhyw~ e ciad e i s als ph t.the slm. ot h omaI._i..",lm "",::
'Mr. t'he~i~ tdie,,o ,,diit of rhk' amieablew hua'. hn''h ep e
M. n -noeyrsleo tuinW ae astac lass r. adMorto sokeIv'e .. li m has- 4 nt j u gh~ll bel Wt f -the s iri nilmtber md: po and PIAt 201M n li- _!ltli
ti".e _." 0 ,,nngti, 61(. rbg toe ,". as 'wi dr.v,.on Mr. an r .Ta lme ofRiitg w a ,

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
k. R.1.%

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
I ahappyandwo ya i- i iatelleft h pl her Parson J lt wncs -el hc0.-J

S:, ..his miyconsiste i h la eft his.".daugh.. professes. ri.on oine. .nta ry d e eeoTwi e pported .y^the rity of -

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 .

T is .Widowsraid chil n mig e aed hAd no Oadr hue risd aS thi ngs epin ab t p.druneac wheersthoughie so -hgholsedi t everttn t tse e iirtuou s, t o r as f te pefa ,preH,
-- -,"-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
ae .whelandon likesoeofmydir y rks If the To know that there is n essen- o let lut e

....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

WM g1fsi '"a tl amusement and sought at once the painful incident just de wa .could sa o -j e ord's praer c andh o hei. covditio' either by extra co a uch pneychol aod uolish all uke ,r^I id

.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

,,-ath ev fen i. .n.ah...eir"h.Ie.'you'-b;leth rk- u* -. idhdeg n w epea ired
.. 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
y op prcnmoe,-as r nd B d that a implored her to speak, if but one n- nriwsne; throwing ,heepver i.dyd oandu iwenoI oeebrre i lit-wi s bio

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 .
~i ..... ex erl ar. "idl li fls srpse -v al yo u t ne. trg k we d o ..e T t rtuaei oten muohe f t .i.
'", a r hne we Janduhthe ipohhfYeoud ,Inond Tet tod Par tetr p r s ere oondy Aneverg. i
:" d"P`P omot b 'ery -he "o Wet"h rs arr- hen. .e ht igeo mr i p. .e', n d dore th 6n w -a i

__ nth db per- *h-e1off. sco .,nse uence w; st. ge1toL; saoaid rtut m;l tv r c D Ti t t hi Tgaae\ nm i arae ^ o alB
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

-ha a 'iu an-,it s np
o.d. : .. ....shek..ied.. fr........ omeo t n ohn l. or ur lure sume dlato my -d The re n d ofngo r L ifm heo fe too y w-. .-

into t.e e cards, Ioraidof-nfulenecincident hejust I
16N-Big.. ..such-.. h .. e e. ... p ,gea. alo .
a1 a.e. cinti ng a uem en t ar .. s oug ..tonc es.is. Ph-e .d i.gc. .,o- da. ., .be. ie e -e "e, .t a p-t. wos. th n. .,
...,. 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 mthe pes- torud his ng m a corise daor te h yo d hs,-a llay 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

d- 1 i-uee s.b hee elthetper ro s
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
1.. .. 4.,.wn...I:; ..... on .. .. r.. -. ,e ...-,., y y ..e p p .. ..-,.n.
"""--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.ennemorale 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,
18t.r.p# 'los d he'rfavor. There c.me- oies of ,
.I. ..t thed fll andhino x-thee xtremebttch e e,,-
,C.%,.. at r ad J.a,,. -o

f'" "". -,.-.. e,- croPten ily

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'
"" H S ,-noor you n due tie without fail," e d ts w aoso uia'am are ydt ,.illi a ., s s ."i
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..
ee .....".o'"` "-p6- -" "ca enough for three shariets ; ."abe a nd p a ornthe ipoio soo.,
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
.." -1."-, .1 I. .o e r -,hands:
Vd te karte is-Thnghw,,
J" h e i e d r, :" Pt .f -ay ". :., 'in in,-,yourhoo ciandsbeT hins blcd in your -.i hh-
44He- 1h -inb gynpgyt d
'64ch ofr'a.p -oa and prosperity
r'.u: :x.'2:':.' .'.,-: 2, ,an 12 hosae, Thebes in E tpt f-me u zra xe u re y tan&o lbt~'
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'
B. Rmof M,4o,. _sn'oniind 5,000r oit..
.n "O... Wta .a g i nsnd 400 sla~ee. The tem e now growing up amid poverty and el-ment and
t.'" .. De odissipatibn, especilly in our cieso ... ..le
... ......and h,. d .. .... eg"gphswarn o w e ich in donations
lhhlneddido.You..finda-by,699,i', ii- bea therl ndrren did not .maka ".din o t-.
a''i,-olmdhn' siest thfi fin .# a k ocrrled away i&r it 2)0 this gremi engine of prospiy thz',,,-.jw : "a -
M e .A"', If'. fthe old-ItIsi 9 t i The Va`Tlof Rome were guide in youth, thiiukof theitnele o "Wdie be ala'rO. Z4

S-! t.."w, around'"a- evo .: tipkas;' .. .. rrd$i"Inh
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.fl 'lll 11il 0 f'! r bCl (,,hp .'re .li it h tle lill l -Iv:,ul, ,, i ] y ,f .,r ,r ti,.n- will t b.. I..
_.... .. i t ..in .:. L ,ir ,h sii S I ,' -, r l. r .-, ;s -, I. I p i ,l ,i t ,.111 tih,:. I; ,:.r t'.,r th ei ti.-ji j,,'""
In ,]ev,:,f;r,_ ;; [,.",P.-t ,, ,,f ,.,.i ,: r-, h .I, !- .. ,, :,v ;.,iii n , (:p .. i .. d h ,,-,, ['I '- t ,',l '" :'.,,", 'I .... ",.,] n, u,,, .l': h
rru p,:,rt.-,nt pn ,'_ ...... .:.t' .l;ri'ii-;,, i. r~l', ;,|'f.,.. I ,, ill t d,. i', -.' i ll i I.,,:.- B :,..f,. -t if ... .

miati.,:u ii-, ,:, F.i u I -., r.-XI ..'- ,H v- I I I1 tl, '- P w \iP I. n -1i I 1
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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IN ,. ooqL,,

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a dvortIiseie-uti t in a;r,:,ith,:r e-',,14u mrit will

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 :""
Irrel the C.tt.
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Ade~ding .F tlt,'
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e.xcee.5n..y ini-
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-41 04


r i ..' i -

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,
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
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
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
Chestnut st., Philadelphia, Pa. he
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



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.
A.-'Ass't Ad.jt. Gen.
k*4 ?
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.
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.
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-

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.
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

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~...^ ?
^.i^ ,':- : I. i
*.A j-. S4 t f~ .'? '

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,
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


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


'mnmlrug eomigag ^rl
us either by-
X. NEL8o, irB
eountin, -groom 9f N

"God mois1^8
dotl WIat mA viik-
intWp.d'uair, toB
moeppetin. a60 m P ..

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'Silver Springi anll i
riv&-;a~t tle Silve'^-t^'bn
lEt. ',--
3 S Andersa. Pa.. ,
R W Rwann.DJI .J. B1
& (V PosseU,'Wm Ln^
DLI'Wilso.nJ S~a~a
D. H ?}o "
ro.. .+ ,

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:atn crwg_l

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,:ga-ea rt;F.'_; b i x-. 01i too- 5 _t4 v

'A1 iAat nearly te the 4
aiia A i
...1 pric ba's nH ; dno0 certain sty']y nt"
"snraiemim.mber-ofworkn 4 -t"
Aiiolhtaiia.e+ i.: b-
containing about twenty meena
men. and some fi RT .h'
through obr.ijftyuyes(f-
Kansas The e oi V a%
way from iqft Ia
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-.Fort Flor'ida H,,nh c.. ,l',aiti.,u ,',, eye? i )i t i 3 t ,l i,..tj- ,ln t I ll',..: l (I.r'rui r'.5 Juti ry hJi Iav fi n
W a llidglon u'lA d lime F0o1r111. lii'i,,11 '-:k,, r"i'l< k ipfes :...I i c -r I hitedIl n us, we d emn it. bh t, t'lt id By
'Eight~ thrce years ago, the chivalry r i;n' : i,':.r"--ti t, : 'y ",l -viri' i tihem i1n blit,y ,, oa twill
o :h -h d cd t a- ten r'et he ft /i.[le ,tt th o '= -o w l
of' the S th, descedat e r- free. a ui-'tv. I.ud a u te,.l p.:.:,:,il, c. tirie Ice luwiully i,",vesl -ted, W
riors .wh. conquered at. Cressy and r ,,-.eetig-t- t soversoc-i ri.i t- ni a ,l a Ir de ,l:o not wish to say anfthurrg.em
Agincou and the selfdonying Puri- fteiliiatiu.ti tlh territrial esxporiionu -,1 tj r-,. d!iJ i the minds .iof th.l j whoI.;r ,
fapa of./tbo North, wh,-,se kinsmen th 1,t,.lL-a iristi rtuions ,t' tl.-e ,.,t;f.d- t ai [' calie,.1 'n ton t a s jur3t n. on
rt 4* ,1 ,, cr-ated Stiites3. lT H1 ETA. S be
Krouted adheents of a perjured o c. ,I _T r. -iR .N ?-The 4"-
King-, t'.N Ware Tt1on.Moor and W -.,'ees ._ ,c ^...nnc AN j ^ .
ter,.pled4eid to each other ',their lives., 0 h.AI it nitumler cf .the .new h series4. ,us.
their fortune and their sacred honor, L t IOF I. nip'irt[lit r tublicatiro hs bei n re. t
I 'rf r IW 1
in support of their Deolaration to dis- it c-i l. Fu articlrs t in, re ri tt wl
solvethq'politieal bauds which eon- OCALA. FLQRIDA. it. we call the reader's atteniuntoth ,,will
nt d t 't," -hflniQ- H hrowh.;-,,rctius on tho fourth page, .VW hi1) : h: p
noted t ni with Britain. How thor- .--2,U a (q"- I9 '" "' live
oughl t e th w T'IEU D.-l, l1, thr. ther are hiuindreds ot Literarvy pe4s+ 1
roughly they co,4 eted the -teat work _:: .. .... ,l w e w a ,,
. 0- 1 -- -- \hi;i1b licd which would suit. a et AcJi i
thl 'A.n .rtopk, is ki,,wn to the worl-l lr t :,. W. II..i-n..-, r. i l .iy .1. *i
O i t te. ,0Q thatdtyt,art t .-t,',.. I, t reader e,-iually w ,ll, there is
On Hon-at u;.i.,.lii::ty s:n.] ;ulW -. i tl- : A -nmajet, and no ot er ron
differen 4 lopg"Auericaui iu a grent ...r. .f ., r. ,al,.. ,-',ll--.i...u--.' r.:a ,i.t r..i ., uS
M aur- and are tran ut-ed. by i th -- .. p r p urt'sfr hes the sa:Itn matter, .
te fires of pati i a sinilar faces given anywhere '& Upi i
the sahpW fi r s o f pat ro tsm, into a s..uth-,;-..] th e s aute at 'acti ve "'
4'ri ,th h srn Itrcf styLVIe.;a
$: rt' Ii* t.tinieat of y f .their t..',t,,cu ui.e ,, '. .u t u e
ni e lii104 1t'- 0HW- e-A' eu r k.
tc ..... .Ja11 P -.fl -' -.;
---tao. r .. -

c ( T] K rA A I

I ,..'" 710s!.: LATERt F'ftl CEUROPE,. -
C(1i T. C. B iuk.vt ARRIVAL O" THE
'll<: "ie ,)' Fv..',lt. te p/,i., t-'-/- ..A.E33XIa...zn31 .
:tNdd T _Hlaver's rtr. dew. ST. ,,H,, N. B Jl6th.--The
niratinl 'i rlh 1 e1a1 t of a k0it-' 8_,tH4N. .o- B, J fh T
it ha16Cxpapiled its l.h.ire until the hteauship /A.it./e, frou' (_alway, with
tdT. of tL.try .r .1 tLiverrool dates to S:iturday. June -25,
U4 Tlcfl or ULL'.lly ha""[l- rl t3 '
tftul l.,fai.... t"r v.', id a ,e M ,v alis arrived
who,, l.iuuqaLl!, repo&p 'Ineti iti'Is LIvEKp,:ion.. June ,:5.- The sales of
ect iiu-',l,:i., Ir,,'muitt ur ulli..i -. i cotton up to noor, t.--day su-m up 6000
tslgs to lhV.f -,I.>,,mytu cn,- after bales, the ml-arket optung with au ad-
vancing tIJendecy, but ciising quiet.-
t by a Lly; Breadstuffs are sc-aly. Provisions
fi?. D^a, L. Ye/re--The hlaies are dull, arnd the sales unimportant.
ever hon.,ar tho.e who erh:n,'e their Consols ara quoted at 92 1-4 tfor
1i,,.e and ,'rosperitv. IMa he 'orney, and 9-2 1 tf.,r the account.
to 4L-, the noble iitrpos tofi trte GENCRAL INrELLGENCF.-The Em-
aroveruent aec.,-nm.lished, pror Napoleon telIgraphed the Em-
Gov. Perry-HH i- tlfilling his mis- press, on Fridav evening. -4th, that. a
i. A D'D;vitwy will -hIe hlis0 n S, hot aud terrible battle had been fought
,ih h w thier i,. he i,,v." ard a great victory achieved. The
"- lte RI oa, whole Au-tri.a army were formed in
T]nt' l1 Fh' i.. o/. ,;- f battle, extending a distance of
ilparDable with alN in the iJnii.n ; l e T o r e.l" t.. plf.-i uy
.L whet r .otte'd in d 11 i -reet -. nclate,. .and rteonert-P
i^,^r, ?41.,1.':. maraigtb^B a,, +

..... .....

-'ike. --
weprpaded hiaaw.. .-eel l A-w wsr a aud-irdoing more fur the advanVo ..'
Ano t-. for this issne cd in DQeala, With app. a vtoes o Florida than ny other of orso
Aaoerit n-rd tn and enrl rjoieing. y Was -nuative or adopted? His name i into ai adtDix'sfvei
In *M _, this laud wasT opulent. in AcroN -Every llody who wants c, thou-t h i. o gdown'to a grateful posterit and f tVa
l^eam' but they, with one. :cor,.I -, ) ... ...... pn ^
grasseO ih but theeress swith oni fo b. D God ad .roeerhes istub th ,rder of thousands yet aaiorn will cher' redNorth
prb wbtenhl .c$e .00s.ffle
ssetdthepe pi Iwill start ,ar Mr.1 Hx LL'dCW storerm After the firing of the.'oarrnon, e intuor. .
WmASM t When the Dclrat Sales, at arlCti')f. mmenc c d h i -to above is ea ati.,
,.. ... at once. Seataeinteresting event of y ja. i- 0 "lHon. D. L Ilee--la, Iii., declit- a eeienei a, ."we,sL-
of ndep dence received thLe an,:ton to.ay, and will eoutinu,u tinih he sudden areran tbeJPu i p ears be as plete with hpin,.s a Tagll ee in y c-
i sde n .1iT-rae u ,n tbPbi nzyaseasrpt whbpius
the cifjzewr, tae Ofh i Dono ue)Y Nil af .southern nan gnilee uy
efo the e0tdrith pwrpoi pr,,h,, ^ .we^\ ^ .as his earlier days have been t. r cie& 't
ewais .pt into the world bcin.ue k,:,w that -,,ue rare higain,,s will be '4 t a usefulnesss to theaS-te bel le fril t. aT
,Strsloth bor105 th.. .Ogb- usefulness to thk Stt wih -if
vividly a arent. Aqauint the tinie ,a.i ant runey save1 by layitag i. their t^coteso urn- rjiats. among us, asd become swo.fortunateoM
ly :." ".h. Tby, or n- Lt en .
when the, Republic was to beintiangura'- Tpi- erly.y- d. The followiit noble sentiment to own slavds. The wormb AboJ
ted,.amid lhe ca of aris and the t-ri, a n.,r and bosips. offered Pr HL MANN .ECHIErr is it. it en. makes the
roar or artillery, Nature--t niht P'r -We are indebted pany was nurb large" than wea o t e E F. .ate Seminary, and wit- ad cruel of n jf
.mother-had propvidedn who w a; t, to Mr. E M. BECKETT. of Long Swamp, ticipated, ard theire- ; ^ i s of rlunteer Toasts is ,- T '.-. -.bi
eelteet -hey pro%~ a..ed0'] .)ar,, r& tt"" o~~u LLt Aneiv, ITr.-Seoe .derti..ombm
-,t"W _ *,*-"first in peace, and brst fur dlie first ,,ice mess of Sweet Pots- cellent. They ena.4d a poodly Part, j .oraelvco luded: A Aa l.-r
'-" ""r z aAv.. .. fouirnte pag, .,fr --,- -._rite.c ldd
-. h(ri't', othi year's growth, which we and our citizens ar teO to, B th r rasogeh
-At,-AUN ,r the biux I:!t+tot h+o+
i~ tlrs'uampk tli INt- h ree' i W 4Bs. They were fr the jyrous, plea'spt Prpi.... h fc,c.er meonioiable in the annals. ;o'fI .
."^y,. oiessfr[llv he h..i, duly Ia f*&r atie 4 pro- prevailed during the'remaiuni -d'Se Aweeian histrvy. On this very aloft the stan 'rd of' the infant -. rd excen. day eighty-three years back, Amierican p: At the residnpee of Tbfte' ,'h .
aloft the ,,d of ie .fat Re. )f riots had the ourage to declare their ,her, on Long &wamp, on the 24th.Blt., -
ublic. Vally For.e almost t 'n the sae day. Mr. JOEL HAL Citizens from all parts of th u- rioa e outrage oecareliie g '
". ublia' Ya]]la, Forao vi's almost to9 .,.+ ,. z:sfom a rso ,utu -..,.. .. "
bogtasa. ti r- i't f .. .eal .n selves free trort foreign rule; and. whtll, by the Rev. C. B. JoNes, Mr. JAMfI S 841tn
,-....,- -' -r, .- .. -a b brought. as a curiostvya few potatoes ty were early I ,tedanee,, and at is still more, t ey had energy and po'-- GOIN to Miss MARTHA L; "
him a grdlen of lyerhsemaLe.; but tedi enLe-,.
;hen be retired from his interview of this year's growth, which in.size half-past eleven o'cjqk, the nmiltitude severance enough to carry through daughter of A. Gmso.N, Esq., all of--w -
-. -with Deity, b miBnd had re-overed it urpas any that we have ever seen at assembled at the Mqtbddist Chbreb, their generous and uoble resolution Marion County.
S equilibrium, and he possessed.his soul this season of the year.. which, comuioaioua auit is, could hard- notwithstanding ihe hard sacrifices It, .
equilibrium,~~~~~~~~ -0J Oep^cJ i ol_ vacmudt afh ubr- ,mp6ed upon them, and uotwilhtbin4 OA1 ZT-11-I-r-r7% Af W311S.- .l^ W
In patience, On that hill which over- ly accommodate hq, l'e number de- imposed upon t lem, and notwithsa.4 c T-nrn S. A
"in patience, -O (ad-ing the deadly struggle that await.i"
w0aths the: literary mctrop,,is---te Aboutn three weeks ag, we first pub- m ,dttae Fr announcing names of Candidates, eag
.,,= ~ ~~ a '""boo -eSH0r PO1 gn. Dolars alanysin indm adane
t lr was then yn-omtr l.-e the Mar- therefore, he or ve gho, h. Dollars, always in advance.
Athens of America-in the perilous lihcd the name of '0on. W. A. Fon-'s a then tea-.r thar pref th lie brave, who, ath tli, f ..
passage across the ice-floating watt rs w.,, as a candidate for the office of shal of the day, Ge,. SooTr, that price of their lood, bongjt the dea- o teV.o/rs tw Ea.tera Circuit.
of th stormy Delawnre--and on other Associate Justice of the Supreme the exercises woulia commened est good of ankind- Liberty-n The many personal fiendof GILLISON B
only for themselves, but also for a$ D JONS, Esq.. announce himasoaCandiLrO
fie*t-es those of Germantown Court of Florid. To-day we publish with prayer by.E O:.desen ts, and for thos for the o r oiitof thE
*&alotiiouth, he n'l only evidenced the announcewmeot of 'Hon. DaVr S. after which thbe Deelaration of Inde- who were obliged to seek a hospitable er Judicial CLrcuit. MANy VoTRas.
.it ighs in an e "rASo2Rf1 Oa1dy l(-IJons shelter in foreign. ,, countries I, there: Ocala, April, 1859..
is.hgh..JU ,itA a~:..''.,,_ A ..m L-Le fa...& ,ledagwasab~tl t~~Ps. er in foreign countries1,. r,
"-,_ ...^ .. .h0 'O i was than delitred by forE, nwO, in tbe nai6al.reigners- W ae athoi o s e- "
.a .wrigA( $Sih wWP Esan t(re S1'
-. 4. .. ., .. -MAU
A-" we: a -, ,. .A
A~~ of 'O e 'a
C 'tt- rw uuwrw ILna!,A4 Saj4o" K Sao~ 100- tow At 0.


,. Philadel-
and Rail-
U. tland Flori-
IIRa Bailroa4
e, Wa dto
to Me, d
nA I Bnv Fleming-
Coville, Lake
lahaee railroad.
-- Stages forWL
ri'c ,sttatf "or.
Ak aME Stesmret
'lBrook Fort But-
% Agents.
.., ly14

.T7.at-Office at Ocala,-
JL4i ann, John
NJeberger, R F 2
Wingaton, D F 2
mray, DrO N 2
jepou, W J
eJennis J
$sudi6i, A B.
martinn J H
Wills, S P
Noelnm, John
Ter .s.e 3.
Icllaa 't e.a.- s *

tl opetftor the in
a spleiSkd assortmn
mer D$Y-GOODS,p
Invites the attend
Marion and a4jhi


7etbraceg ev6t-y ai'iety of
mQBt-Faahtonabfs alet*
FrenchI and Amerwan i'
isting ia ptfDit dai

aL C0 fl 30

New Styles Valeucienneaot8. -.,. 4.. -tL
and Marseilles do.; and a .
French-work '
; I- '' '"- .
All sorta and ,nize ofBef tt6ml d t- 'f
=s "-c'sc 3^, ^ajr+* n "" v y^ "r^*
Of difibreat sake, embracing many mh' ,
porgant *rort5 ed-the old styUi
_` .r "" q' *',

-U' *-rwr -Jw a sn
4t- A I4m, -- '- o7W;7KQ ----,:....- -----t-rise to ---"i-
at llc ~~iberty rfsph bi Mew. .... Kee ,._ &., .,,,,,, .tr_".
thbeCa yfs-~t. body Qfs-0r. -.- ,w.t 1O the Supreme Court of Florida, at As-
mfhopwa^ (to use the language of thecandidatesabovena-ned. WfLh snob proceed tuo thpgov a ati.isae toSta to tbode, the. braveiwho laid ensnmg elcctU o in October next. ater iss
one-of hi at cotemporaries) "-inan- men upon the bench we believe that north of th' Pablic Squant whvre the foundation to eur-ftreedo,, and to I Weareaut.oriedto-noune Hon Oinmsl. ouIJa a
grated Wpicy so genuinely honest he Sureme Court of Florida would Dinner was sevea q good tfle. the bray,' of omr days, who are worthy WILLIAM A. F'RVA\It, a .-andidolate for ltet, nn, James and a general a
aRd niagainimmous, as to comniand the th .S .u of Foi would At1> nta n ... r t. of this hreedftn, and who know how to Aesociate Justice of ithe Supreme Court, at 0 006 fih, J. L OgdufVa n a
aepeet ofthe world equal in rank that of any other State At the eorln o he preserves it a the eleetionon tbho first M.onday of Oc- Center, M45, 0dom, L W '4
rr wero rtaw, ber next.
The trials he crnidured,'the obstacles. in the Union. Wo do not support flowig regar .ats were r"a"; p-rs-----i "- ne". olbron, '. .Wdgl, Mrs 8 A.
he overcame, and the results he pro them on account of their political The Day itt GeU rats-In this e.r- 1Lr. Partlington and Ike. -\ We are requested to announce L. L uPree, V illipa, ND 2 JllMAil
duced emphatically prove how much opinions or supposed connection with nival of national gTtry, may the o8n_ A new book by Mrs. Partington ia s ", of Duval County, as a Y 4 hilips, N D 2lll 1
CadLaeMIuG -Elcio of the hillips, Ju 'P
-gooi may be accomplished by one .re-echo with n nie voice her -on i- one of the mdst agreeable literary an.-didal, t o ri,, a the Eastorn in iee, Wck, James LH l1 UllllljU i jl
", o'[l'te~~~~~~~~~~l ~~~ any of the leading issues of the n .. .' o, e,,,.. .. .... .. .... ..= u v u ,,,...o
highly Ino lti man, when constrained ao th heading isses of te day. tutional rgh_ a rebuke the f i- nouncements Which we can make to the Ocitober next, to fill th t acaEcyocction a -iin aleyi
by a principle of ptre and unvarying e consider any reference to party cism lof the Lort y saying "u thousands whb have laughed and grow by the resignation of CoL JAmt 13. DAW Doeian Peaobrick, T Linen mask a
patriotism. In Washington, the hero issues or petty jealousies, in a case like far thou sbaltzon nd no farthbw^' fat over her unique sayings. The old s. Eli, Pere, Jon inDck, L
9 "' .e r uh rie to ,u ou c Mr M B Pil u .John.
ic Warrior, the wise Statesman. and this, degrading and hurtful to those The President .he Unitead ,Stat lady has beet sometime preparing a Wear authrzed to aniounee Mr. ,l Ptlpan., John. Cotton,
the d terested. part, were e- who are expected to b6 benefitted -The highest oAl-Representative volume, which she baschristomd-Knit- Seiff or arion Counta, at thce Eleion rove, Davd Bron d
bined. I.'n private life he was equally UI hrf fMro ony tteEeton Ifor Nioberts, MrsMA
gentle~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~~~o gcsthtwnteafciniraiouSttsonro-ndd as d iobenry Nd Frdeuc e whichIijs anin -wra few o weeks Mess urs Bro n, Octoernext.use ononeat.-braJsu010A*P
nespecta, l. In his character, thoeuay thereby, and regret that there are ed- of a mighty Nai. rom the w- ting.work, a Web of many Textures," in October next. -orM r ..p, raMA tnb, 1
I 4.bRtI. rRCespeotaeaa n dn esf eoaraeter.,e ose ,on d de, ree whicehns .tt .. !1.,oerdon ,Wtgt rK
gentle graces that win the affections, 'itors n our State so narrow-minded as ohus'far idiu ..A Tgard & Chase, the fortunate pub --,fr-T dRT CKa a Cnddateet fr 6untaip, h o M Tickig, DenK -
and th ,man.y virtues whih corn. to require all-anidateareceaiving their tion, we cFh sard igur jerl, will issue ft in a very attractive ieriff of Marion county, at theeleetheon tt.,'tho TiiJ n, Rn%
selecrt, speie nsp~ of huana tin w n wl:ai::{a :"e o hl ucoern, eetonm in o~jr es, A M---hn"
.iand reet were happily blended support to engage wilh'em in their with w "Well donort dlri f e-.m. It ti*ehandsomely illustra- to be field iu October neL tobganJn e ,_es. G A M IIA I
wisdo mrnd select spec s now nuaed petty 4trifes. So far as the Judiciary ful servfuseant." ,, m moa i4o th wop wan rer esne Wbt are D uthirized to aandounce 0" S ', Edmon C Iaa HT,
p ^-p ":";r :is concern ^ raJBU**S sy 4or mora s.p' 06,iaoi rUs.- S^ y,
y thea .taadard otf his super.eminent s concerned at least let Us abandon Ou 'rr Foiof "theMork, and Ikrepresented both RICHRi F LINEBERGER asor and Caol- aln& Deb.'sh 5me, HoE A SPLEN. l
b the;#anaaa ot s u rem~net y qr .^.., ..a..v,-M' _.....t.___torn.andtiIken indmanyin ofny date foi- ththefioffice a ofr Tdaxol-sileAdu.r and ,Co,_ Nmmr, Ja h Op.t-or..-F, A
excelletibies. His reputation is world- the unworthy practice, -and support s...ocial, and rb,-,, pr.kgep thirpocalintie, with unusual felic- lector of Mar-ion County, at thIe ensui de E Summer, A Gq l., i
Fu aoeeaiiwiie with unera ,leltuaizu leto ofMiteeug Mr 9a 9m
"wde. Wherever, on the footstool of candidates with reference alono to Pa with here a, .ultra.md o ,ip- election in October next. i .tnd, Wn D 16hipman, James rOC ,ery
,.. e. alo e rctaopo e such aidlegreo tso it.-a MANY FRIENDS 0,111d ." D .
the Eternal, breathes a lover of con- their moral worth, ability, and ntness m.cal' pros t l s. g toat h differing somewhatfrom Mr. MANY FRIENDS il John gtth Wm \otl flt
freedoml contstrai the Lourist topnnounae br s vs volIme uhlished :'The friends of HIon. CHARLES H. .marri, Wm a nine, James
Wat-utin fedm t hl e ne T mory tfor the stations which we desire them her character equivalent to her wealth. lAbers previus olu, DuPT announce him anidate for W(V
Was n+'6 ..... 0 gru poue fivet -,a ,"nt arn ago, and of which 30 _JW u iIIlT! Y "l'llev
emnentf living Sch men is rep orted to occupy t ,h t e office of Chief Justice of the Supreme Rfu ta. HA...s, s
thav"tid in. his. .- ,.P t "&.a,% 000 copiesE Pre sold, it yet abounds in Court of Florida. ,t
te have t'd, in his place in Parliament, hosbAfh.t guaranty of sqa1 I Proess, intl- quaint and.grotesque Partingtonian 'oggahom, Young, William r.
that futre historians would decide. Fal Sabbing Aa. etual advanceme-tI eal hap- ings, fine poems, and suggestive es- -- -t n -... .... -ar, S W young Mrs A W KlSu J
regardfg the progress of nations in On the evening of the, 4th inst, as pines. s y.Tbe opening chapter on the THE GREAT copper, 0 illiats, Jacob F E
politicqit morals, atid rational freedom. our ctzn eebgnigt xrs ohrMs
i' ., niness "f 'I 0M pboosn.-of & "Guariant foh r ontoTHkR A aoppe, O i"s ao "om
yohesitncs: mofrthei a pprecationalfedm of r citizens were beginning to express "-T&e J]terp'aJ ."&' '-..ug phoosing of ,a "Guardian for ]ke" is 1L-'.. ever.3 An'i- arris, Wmn L Wetheri Miss C
bythbejhstnesst of Wahinapton. Te hiek --erng t usi d running overwith fan and philosophy. Fever and tA-:u-Ud Holland; N W Walton, Thomas J [T ermetaly
their pleasure and satisfaction in regard oo oW
oft' ^ait Th f the SlaSe--6M& r- lull |-B. White, ..
the~~e~ha~~et~et th\anngo.Te e prcedig -b. the'.. dayo. an ... h-e" bickerings ol her p,,, Arv-q- ,o' The greater part ofthe book isornal, 3:Um_7%.&la.tW-r-..,-. 3ardi, To dA~ Wyman, Benjamin L ,1
'eanbe 'o gainmaying the aentepee of o te p' hile scattered here and there trPugh The Grenada Elixir
This gr1judAge. To have your name quiet spirit of soberness which had lne t t'g"wbl"c' its pages mat be found selections from The Grenada Elixir Johandon,t Wymaters, BT en.jmL N 0.,
Lord~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Bryhti rvieams itesn faro- HoalITeb i% its pages may be found selections from The Grenada Elixir Jo~U t.ittters,T
ntioed by Lord -Brogham, in prevailed, a most distressing affair oc- oman -The balffe-oice the author's recent contributions to the .I warranted to cure Kno.wblok Win \ H
tera..c.eommendation, isalmost to ~urred, causing all congratulations to i death-emblem of- 4 Gazette, of which he is one of the edi. Fevr andA.e Is warranted tore ?ers. cai.Hng i of the. a above let. I- lj l
hai.it ,. -immortal; -and doubtless t- ers wir beg may that they a reor &iyieaL
IV... --- e wh eae r C- a The Oficers oft/ha- N. tors. At the risk of being charged Fever and Ague. r sy y re slver- F Mic
-W- ,wh-of atitu... t... ttb.man who vd s.tr..e .. --a- sun-r., the t with tellingtalen out of school, we yen- The Grenada 11 W ..-z .O., .,MMY,,, P. .. -
o oWaibiagtdnesttat ethe man whad spnvt- hSai to ,'-o ffldt srt -,cy sl;-e twic. to ,'ia 1publ;nmty to-jI' fhjgwing t Of'fla ....r -- 7 % +w' ', -- r i..5.'_ '
oth eWinrgt6a, tbat the-of Ocala, had spent th* day in town, their heriahntii -nveraatioahout the volhime, between arranted to contain Z$J.c -M -
subjb6 of hls eulogium was superior company with twof his sisters, the dame and a prying neighbor, who d to eontai or Mereqry. ate I will apply
t... o hit criticism. Ou w o h was s ow, or our h. ii;/ s.nes perhaps a littlejealous of our friend's 1^,:r St u. crocate of .,, S,-B'
fte&is perhapsNo Arsenic Probatea ofPEJLS
with whom he was just starting to- homneo tree and -,-P tnt se one Me ur-. M .at, Fiends, for lf,, qad- CT URrrE..
Lerty, in the opion of some wri- ards home. Before getting out of grow the hearts and oe f prms d HE GRENADAELIXIRISWARRANT- ithe'eLe o Need" w.-n
S- ters .hno have mande the origin of races -S. g' -rr "So you are coming before the pub- ED to contain nothing the least iju- Ea-1-a sofLacauuntv Teasd-' CanT
he orgi of .a~ Mr J. M On ewBm~ f .r U. ofl f7 Oanatics and demageft ,wn.lb- Eason,. ....,-+,. Y HERIN..
tlirist.ly, '.s a plant indigenous to tow h wa met by Mr. J. H. of fanatics and dea w pd lie again," said the inquisitor, looking rion, tothe system, and can begiven in all A...HERRIN. A.t.
Sltoalo pu nadestr~y her unity, oanddA~'et6 jlrY ~ cases and under all etrcumstancep. Try uy
ever soil. '.If '.this be so, we suspect MONROE, also a young man and a near destroy her unity, na i te .lory into Mrs. Prtingtonu' little -low win- c. .t ..y and une roal. Ju itcic9m s ta n ce Tlr,
t bahtlvi always b sickly and of neighbor of the former, when a dispute of her blood-boughte c. dow, at.-whih the dame was, knitting- tle ban bet thecn ed rt d s not o.
eb r wth s on e an l of ofthe hen he battbt thechapes remdy nw o ondello dfCo-prwolhdp.Daretom-mntk be
fbeblg .rowth. among tho people of in regard to the eondtit of the latter ne Sunny South -De-ti Land of She pondered his words a moment boe fered to the public. One dollar boUle has Tll0ir^ ^io h-reto Itbis whichhec
--thoslandA wh teof military glo- .. .... our birth, and home of out siret.- fore replying. -'I am not a pdblican," oftea cured from 6 to 6 cases. TLeYki enhei eA dxitin Ai.so.t
h .- ry,.lad wn seetosubvert one So- caused bote parties .to jump to the Ours be the grateful task to cherish she said at length; "and the' Heaven 3Remember it"t warranted, and if it nameHe.,Dawki L'E ngle. Attores aSi
Srtprpos merely of pla ground, Munroe drawing knife and and protect sb vtnottoogood. faoe to buteweeth uyi ledb th

of .aotha-r At this hour the armies caught up a sick, andthe affray o sed home. Her fertile Hammooka P ruth" ean," sid the quor Columbusw, a s th i, nnJa di 6thslv 1T.I mtWoerwsat Vi
of T-ance.ad Sardinia may bo con- menaced; during which Mr. Cothran and smiling Prairies beckba theemi- i8) thsat you have a new workn the Sold wholesale and retail by .U...NR. Ol YPRf
fM g teoss o Ausa--a great was stabbed in the head nec a grant, and gye rich proud.e of p"aN carPet." 'Pot on the carpet, exactly," NELSON & BROWN, Ocala, Fla. In t/ Circuit GCour,, Eastern Circuit cange forhng.
S 'i.is, peh.pi, being lost and won wa e in he head, ne and ped entv y replied she, "but something that's bog. July 12,1959. 4m'2 of Florida-..Sumpter Count Ocala, FIApil
..,..-. w(, l.relBe6r'.Mtarengo- but if ever side. A brother of tho injured man "m rLd -, .b..t lt..t naa tp it-knitting-work I" '-Crewel?" -- Jo A. s r-I
"--tif 1ly become the abode of who came up asthe last blow 2as e- The.inso io- t .flowr he petlaiste in iquiring "No," was NOTICE. Jo .. Atahment.
-1 .. th fl : ,- .. "tn t m o eto o - e owers I .Va.l....:
sre I n--liberty is ye, to be co-ex- in ted was o slightly t on fcreatn-the dear bt-breakers- the resRonse; there isn't nothing orael t r hereby wned agairt J, M.. p s
TIth tdUlt aor certaine moe ofhn made HE Dfendant and all ethers interested ta~gfra)
"'.f.lt fr^'^ -datioBthe patriots the shoulder, as he.tempted-, last'bestt ...ft t i. hike a satyr, o wrangle A as are hereby warned hagaintrlE MeNamal Ltpetereos dlqt.l
DO ^W W .,Ay, ,nd of future ages pted t ep". Heaven's "l"ast sl barbed sw,- iit will be pleasant to by s'ubscriber and payable -t C H. 1 an. req iredtotakeotiee of thei tiaii atcloto mth-
'.-tr. -. y an tture ages, -a Rd b' "- C."eq.mi dto tak e notice of the inat.
S. wtad do .ce.pt the career and rate the parties The wounded man by the apple-saue) to fat Adam.- b..ar huw;iwllbeatn plera-atd to or bearer, two of thm for one bua- tuta lh above entitled sul.t, and to lugl me whht q
'-tjei toge and be a.7 azia
:.-:./ l"&f~~:a+0'.ight to was then carried tu Mr. W. B. Miller's Without them thi world h a toe,- bio fo ao b dred dollars ec, and one for one hundred .loaad- to the de.laration there- av.elt a11
wldriness. an wille mak peopleov and twenty dollars. makig in anl three in, IMe Term of the siCor.amnd other
'. ib ecirtfee^-rPalm tt h -ah"rsdne where diedidal aid and the lin But"'lv *w thaire sBo know.-ng who will be hundred and twenty dollars, being given M916EfMt'NL. ~dtot ,y*.,^'*A-...-Amxrican ustizen wero best attention was' alrded; notwith- ,. m rgovaruor till after election, andwheth- in part payment for certain property ty Plaintiff's Attorney. 9;'1w bfl7.i.--
t,' political rights ... Mdnr.oe .n et _- georpapW u may.p er a book goes well or not depends up. bought of saiad Boatiek, but whicl is new 1n.&hk 161. Smll themb _y.
"- cord a ili spirt f t ang wc edip the de tay. .not be loegns Otpeopl joining the on the number that buys it." The in- claimed by his wile. IThe above mention._ a__ .sU. NDKR-VI'BS. OUSfn
e- 'iatr am,. .... Mdr.e wa.,,s. ... -im eitl arrested l r-. e I"' "iar nno -VM One o"frlee ro 1
tb^I&~hef^ was .immediately arrested ,eNbrateio of t1h3y. quiuitor moved along, and Mmt P. kept ?d aslotbepaid uslessI sucb cee
~ji- ht-l q ;tlW-a lii 'and goomnifted to Jail. Though 4 "/ e 1 B Oon on with her knitt4&-Bonef v mwut mn retaining the property. L Tf pstlek o se im ssea4
Ii, .-,b as sisld by wii cr4t, ,Tue rum h. Juljflth, 1852. Ilna '0Va., MUny Is. 1f. sf 'May 25,
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