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Title: The Columbia Democrat
Uniform Title: Columbia Democrat (Alligator, Columbia County, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: E.M. Graham & A.J. Smiley
Place of Publication: Alligator Fla
Creation Date: April 3, 1858
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Newspapers -- Columbia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Columbia -- Alligator
United States -- Florida -- Columbia -- Lake City
Coordinates: 30.189722 x -82.639722 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Jan. 9, 1858.
General Note: "The South in the Union - out of the Union the South."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 9 (Mar. 4, 1858).
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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iTf. "My_ n |g itUStabbleworth," he meekly
idnt you know my name was Ned
N tet bIdkamithq, that wkips every
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"blending every color into one." Or' per-
haps he never read the story, and mutter-
ed to himself,-"Ned Porgeron whipped
y a Methodist preacher 1"
From that tit.e hip, whole o.oduct pmaij.
eate a ge efr feelin-. e .gssip
jftet beig ioi6od bserved it, a rIs-
be^ ~a J^ s~li4n ^n a4 wLto


est I also notice
houses and i fewr
er with a nul'ber
evidenil manflea
nanoe ip er7 'n


Sden of Abolitionism. '-cla
half, that as the legal a
ore, his. opinion was ,-fa'4
gning by the.PresideanY.Ab
ess embodying the. '(Jotpi
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1' 0'o'iml you'itia jelly." The first
. yoqseto quit preaching; th'e second
iaYu tist Wear this last will and. testa-
'i 'I'tTeaom'aPaino pext to your hW ,"
Sit very day ,and belie every '*ord
ytnire an"ndethird& is, that you are to
cii2 9, Methodists in every erowd vou
Qige ,il' ff inC blacksmith "shucked
hiidlf," tolled- s i ieeVps, and took
's. uid of tobacco. "- .
on 4qpig these no-
9 p4ine of his
Saving, relied that
the terms were uno b die would
not submit to them. ..
"Well, you've got s ubmihik
,toathen, 11 tear yo t 6 ,gs, corner


that suddenly, you br-

C ohtithowly drew off
ith continued


P appw .- `y thai
prilt'bd.eatiBc I tli mountain,

Ihad z 4-:1M' El--.fce. .Others
gave th r 1 rince of.darkness "the credit of
the change,-butnone suspected the Meth-
odist preacher.; .and the latter having no
vanity to gratify, the secret remained with
Ned. The.gloomy state of mind contin-
ued until Forgeron visited a campmeeting.
Rev. Mr. Stubbleworth preached a sermon
that-seemed to enter his soul and relieve
it of a burden; "and the song of-
"Hlow happy are they who their Savior obey"
was only half through when he felt like a
new man. Fgrgeron was from that time
a 'shouting Methodist.' At a love feast, a
short time subsequent, he gave in his ex-
perience, and revealed the mystery of his
conviction and conversion to his astonish-
ed nhe'hbors. .
The Rev. Mr. Stubbleworth, vb .ad
faithfully kept the secret until. thaYfihme,
could not contain himself any-, longer, but
gave vent tp his feelings in convulsive
peals of laughter, as the >burning tears of
-Jby coursed their way down his cheeks.
s ,my brpthrgIn".iad he,-it ,ia fact.


Idid thaul the-re _
soul ther''Is nof6Ubt M -- "
'Th blacksmith 'of 1 t1e. mount
himself became, soon, after, a--
preacheir. .

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.. .- *- NEW.JOMX
Ma. EDntOR: E'
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tw o. wuan amen"Omenws'
e a'tIt w ndtekretatioin'and1d

ht t1l. action ofitbe
Hous. eAprSeitaIives, we are still ip
ignoreane, and cannot s yet decide wheth-
er the South has triumphed or been defea-
ted. .
It is unnecessary now to refer' to the
contest which has beenjgoing on in both.
branches of Congress since the'commence-
ment of he .present session, save to re-
mark that while it furnishes indubitable
proof of the wisdom, conservation and pa-
triotism 9f. the administration and- the
Aiends and advocates of its leading meas-
ure-it.will stand in all time to' come-as
a monument to perpetrate the fanaticismi,
treason and selfish ambition of those who:
would prolong a "sectional strife, thwart
the will of a free people,, and destroyL the.
Over nent and Unioii which gavj ja -L
ten ,.... 4 ,
ebat ino thi o o i* who'havk.e


stand tt antreof the 'Senators frof. IlliE-
nois and .entucky, and from.the example,
affordedy'them,.we think a ieful and
jpipttap f lesson may kQ.read twlle South.
!rWo4 tl ct :'theccore for the rea s
414t -tthey Jhaveben, the leading,sptr-


r hag an that tey live -both
lni* a'r.nowledgcd as among the fdre-
'!i"the leaders of.'the respective polit-'
ariies .to.which, they, were ,allied.-
iissimilarity of their mental and phys-
rganizi.tiops anL ttemp'eramwfits, is.


Republican hailed his e ort '
hall with not les joy th.i.is to'
las, and we hen he ae..yegs their. as-~
commandin trunk a.c d atilat
he received m t&I-.nill t'
and powerful effort rtalentsore rit B
less warm or sincere than those "tendered to
to Dduglas. Hehas. been foundfighting; 1e
in the last breaolh against' the ..Soth. 2
e not then as deserving of s' -
ask--as.Douglas If the Sont-
country have reasotbto-iir
Douglas.does not.occup ~ f .'.
Buchanan, does not tba reason exist th
for congratulation f'th den, Fill.
more didMhers of th-ft were foiled in
in t iratibris'-fori honnrs ? In


.sessoeag. th
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It ~ tWing made to contribute soai"oeF
.ihg to.Sapta Anna's military cheat. ..
The European parties in this.conspiracy,, ",
sisted that a party should declare for the,
ifanta andcber husband fii-st, and then
e fleet that should brig *th4m. to. tbhew -S.
t Magj.eyponse to the e .ill.f-


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of the SouL
aud'rtimed'T
count-n'one
triotism .'-


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.t, oulef not
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S- thing which.attract
^^(ny'-. ...- ,ung wu^ c.
fl~fflfih~l:-tafc Atto t'-.~ h~e. raki
'4UU2... ",4 .it rQxmicnt.'now-g
liewas ad, bx p1 rt of th county.
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ther'.-- Both
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ti ng -Isey-cased im to sing out, -- eii,
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You are getting on very" well," said,
M- Stubble-worth. "I think I can maLke-
a decerit manof you yet, and perha. k
christian2" : : '
Ned ganed e
"The second" thing I require of you is,
'to go to I umpkin creel meeting house,
h. lheiiti'~a1 plfedoh to-imorrow."
y'*Ned'a4tempted'to stammer out some ex-
cuis, *henthe d iyine resumed Ah'is devo-
"tinalhWy.n"'and kep t lim with the niu-
Sic, rising hini over'-the face with the
flegy part of hi hand. ".
doy.bef,"' said' he, in an hum-
"Wellflia' s a man.,"said'St'ubblikwoth.
"Now get'u V aid go dg wnto the spring
and wash ybur' face,, and- tear up Toni
.Paine' !s titSerit, and turn your thoughts
O hig ,,"-.-- .-. .. P .
'-Nid ros1,--ith feeling he never expe-
-fo~feid ent to-.obey the' lay-
yt ri Gof th'e-.preacher, when
.t1 m' n qtedM9 .horse.;, took
the hand id-- -
9 o'ldep yolise;and I'll 'keep
yo4 t icunseUL.-'~.; -veping, Mr. Forge-
ron; I'll'ld61 for & pu to-norrow." '
And offhie .1.6 ith*I the.same -imeipel tu
5'abl'1ou.ntoina ce,.-singing so. loud as:to
dc4nteth'eaglesfo.m their .eyrie in the.
vrhangihg rbcks. .
.4"W ''Wi.l-thought Ned, "this is hnicetne .
' a. :wo-id the people- say if
pWo bForgeron. an a whip-
ped before, and that, too, :by


a ethnodist preacnerv,
But his musings wen
than anger. His disf
was, of course the *
questions that night
to whicheL.reaied.


r" "-..t i_-,
'c6hunin'anced
ssf nurnoroaus


.they .
,mark-


" I1tforioUr ountyi, Nextin gy
btr ito'th s drawnv'to the ma ge

seerTn.'.aldiost'evry pat of the" o6tMyty,
sllowingdta spinitbd -and determined intent
l.W 4tle f -rmers in Columbia to unfold.
4ao d pvelop' the richness of their soil,' of'
-' cnt tiin tlhey:have as fair a share, as
knbtht, c6,inty in' the.State, and taking'
into consideration the good water and gen-
eral good health ofColumbia county, I am
disposed to believe.now that she is the
most desirable portion of the State of Flor-
.ida. Next in importance, I notice consid-
erable excitement in your county in re-
gard to the division of the county. The
atmosphere of your county is unquestion-
ably.charged with a threatening cloud of
division, lighter in some parts, denser in
others, but too heavy.in all. I had no idea
however, that it b.-xisen to the hieght it
has in every part-of the county that I was
in, most of the citizens, I believe I mayn
say all, are in for the .division, some for one
line and some foranother. -The or.e most-
ly spoken of and that I thirik will'bestrong-
ly.contundle for, would be that...runiming
from Suwannee Shoals or White' Springs
to Echtucna River, throwing all that -side
west of that line.into a new .county, and
call its name Sltr-k, at the same time al-
lowing Alligator to. remain .in Columbia
proper, and make another division by cut-
ing off" New River and giving it to Alachua
and then Alachua to be decided .strictly
.between.-Ne.w.nansville and .Gainsville.-
Now Mr..Editor, you have the views of the;
divisionist, as I was.able to gather themni
up as I paped about in the-county. What
think you qf1'thern,3vill it do, and if it will,
can it be effected. .. I think, however, .adi-V
vision ought .to be,but how or in what way
woulld bo.illi:.r cannot now say, -but will
-be. glad to 6 -gsome suggestions. .
Among t'e most iiuporta2...imtprove-
ments w 4ich. I noticed- %vWle, passing
.areonnd in:.you co'unty,.was that of several
'Stanm Mill',wh.ich have. govue ilp .in the
.ours..ol'fthe past two. rs, also, another
greatXimprove ienrt is- t r tI1ti iW lflu
exce lent Bridge acrost- te S.Su ay oi ,
_.Mh'tl Spi.gs. Ais besideg.being.0


i j p.
hais b.i t ld-nd^r'if
erial-and. eogias'sire re 'aa d-l priac,
Sples.', Bdrn and rear a free. State, and
choosing as his a'dQ&ted home onerthitt-did-
'not recognize slave within her limits; in,
time past, he was ever found the zealous"
friend of that section' in which the insti-
tution .exisi-and tod his influence and ex-
ertion the South is greatly indebted for
the recognition by Congress of her rights
in this species of property. As an advo-
cate of a tairand equal distribution of all
the rights and privileges guaranteed by.
the Constitution to all sections, he attrac-
ted the admiration, confidence and friend-
ship of Southern men.
But in an evil hour, tempted by the glit-
tering bait of promotion, urged on by an
ambition which was content to follow in
the wkke of no rival, he swerved from the
path of duty and.iJght .and turned upon
those whf ola lnored his talents and
chrisll44-4i lip. The enemies of
lis pariy..tfiS uth, hailed hisdefection
with an'.etA-fl nh akin to that of the Blaock
Republicafftn only that through him-.they
might strLke a blow at their old and-:.'de-
spised enepay, Democracy.
We d tnot dissent from the reproaches
which they-have heaped upon him, save
in this respset;that they have in enumera-
ting his bia .deeds-.fo~gotten to credit him
witb those e.of4 aiT Sbite character. We
caln on'l'w s' nemy while in
.his prO.Oene-1ton,. --Tehough the blows
with which .'ouid repel him are 'aimed
.nic in,,o;i6w tban} an ager--we. t
willing i.that any considerations w Ver
should weaknJlieigjrce. e
C- ritteiidef. h-j6 oTher hand, thoughh
born andire ~ Southern Sta&,.:hon-.
ored ,and cheri.e bly a'lidople .whooh-fe
,had and still p Isess~ Jne in
slaye proprrt, cand '-no s'. s r-
vicelto the South thr Ut "a Mair

to'^ ipo06 all'questions involving legisli-.
.ti o6in egar id'toslavery, as, establishing
.p ri"" -'q u iifn be- --
'8 ih'e h s ever appearT dp
re; s th.e friend of the forn' A^Ued


eddlif%, 1hil: .,
ered4ihi, exists^ o- 'lo e
Siatel.' eH is 6nga riga t
-Guard o.f Whiggery,' hrithis1
iwarriants .the'helief'tha"f he 'i
'hafnetss on-his back,, whilst it
that his. virtues.and talents wil
his as.one of great p oof his
---Weekly Georgia "
- .

A'King in Iexico
"It has been suggested by.
versed in Mexicau affairs thatI
goes back under the -join't
France and Spain, to create Me
kingdom, for the second daugh
nand the Seventh.. Such.s pla
tive concoction during the late
Mexico, and nothing-sated'us..
gerous complication with Eur
crisis, -but'the movement of oq
return Santa Anna to Me-xicoi
The -rich-land-hoklers oft,
count .their estates by n iies
acres, sigh flr a royal court.;3i
tering array of title '"and dign
would be all theirs,':Ad, moi
than now, although they still a
privileged class after tho eletrg3
The higher. ranks pof the, le
inclined to rally..,to.Ahe su ppq
oc6upied.by a. -scion-rthie
blQod,oducated oip'arn o
thkre,- and steeped. htbAb heart
the sacked "indiviyiblity q.C


a le '. 41cil Dqeediq sof thu
The 'fire Fr 'c at he nAt*r oftlfrAmerf
nb m,, an can ari Adriatic. 'It invodes aniTnnpor-
pWW asLme.f p fant quest tlsthatj.hi .tf tbWf .th. .
e qmo" sObect of international dbrrespondence,
& and ,ti6eO .inings.will be read with in-

Fe n aiei W
lY die!$witlS ill eii e a on a 1 Iie
t is. certain o
li pfpetute- on e first theTrildbt
geeration Coinmerce, --at. s fip1
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thop. well- co "e "f 'thp -appe"",
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therlof Queen The French government is very jeant
band, made the to rightsts of her citizens, but if it is
ivana, and Moex- wieipon review of the whole case, it
psiness, and all 1U not implicate itself with the affair, but
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iptp4raves, to Miss Nan- At AtaJi ru 3w1S4a. -W
8ATURDAY Apk0 A 1l',8 1868;
said, wi lydiltsdma, d e- I' "
sIe. re M ,he Wqw equ' to state, that
S lks r. iMEfan.aiKY, ill hold- divine
r olqth dti churcht in this
bx eictimond Sabbath in this month,
-
StW art auch obliged to- the late
"sl facing pirty fortheirWine ppond I-out,
caught atI Mke Laen.' Thils beautiful and
favored. spot of nature is'known very well
", in S'..Loftiq e aid 1s beginning to be ap-
S arecitedr mour citizens, being visited
V .dily st nightly. Th, fishing party were
-very and came back laden with
Sin ke 'enterprise,'


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: The "*lorida*9.;I," an ugin.jACA
papur, lately started in 1etms t et.d
.we thaillbprly poblied in JacA 'a
'1il1 by A Mf. SOMnODY-we..cant pro.
nounce his name ikles raised its almighty
*voice, and ysTj.e **'Coltmbia bcwemecdt
"isi'Democratib. .
' e editor ofb'th"e ult sincereanmtY
ing to Fernandin%, wherefB(4ruI femn dn
dUmnn abound, h been il ng i
golf gniztiiu6usly on the rsai n ad a.
tieaps of food, and no* r u P ot hiS
salt water letbarigy tiaaksff the "Colm-
bia Demoot is m6oc@tiie." :."'he Edi-
tor feels so rejolce4 tlat he -Is away .from
his Jacksonville cotejpporary--away out
upon Amelia Island-surrounded. on one
'side by the Atlantic O(ean, anda*e other
1, .- rhi, Vla. RiflroadA&iiKe feei like


some advice, we11 do likewise. 4 Mr, Ed
itor never enmibrk'In anf eiterpHidd.tiil
youaret Surte ots are competent. toMund
take It-it i& aqtkiposition *og1h pAtbbd
tfeSA to be an Edits, a W not
blr'b "f.'e woaitild be n. some 'business
* w ere, compet!ut to exeou atnd not
tham. We teive& have seeh the Editor.
,t aerce heard ofhim, thereforee kbow
iAot what kild of aninial he is, but then he
d4 Editor--Aif kes no difference who writes
the artlclee.. Perhaps wheitit e have a
,cCo tect of. the Port" in Alliigator, then
'weFur lahte 2niie edlWiral articles writ*,
ten. "We miean o dno eti a we.aw
sture hIrm, that ho has ttjust yet tea6chd"
that lofty position"',to' rite leading irtit
cles for. a paper heprofeMses totbe Editor
of. Abh! my Rail Road Democrat c broth-
er "stand on your own ground," orthese,
"youthful rotemporaries" wil! show your


Tic sieintb volu inbof~anifs Het0' J"a j S
thwodghltbd prcrh .
.-Tht .Cllc P~ewp bhas an advertaueUinto
of five pa es.of9eikht r.4diinscI1eqof land 'tlarI f
delinquent for clty&e: .. .
AmoxG the -presents- to-hel 4r& .d 1
princess of Prussia, .after their irriagee, i' .,atives of the' Umn
waas group of sleeping infants, be&utifl a in Congre-ss aembled,
cut in marble. -- -. thie -".a':r- t F.anmis shall be, aid, is -
A i ,-t<^ .r ^ rrv*;*. .-'flf tt -"-' -. .... --tU .. -3 .. 4-o* ., ." ,"- *c- nn ,- ^n nf "i.. ; Tnit A ."


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Q.: 6 .inatis.rs beneath, in whic"trti'&w"-
S tor collects, aod iji a Ehort time-rises to
'- Afio ptoutlh,'!" ~yll beperceived that this
imti ut tirky pbilosop icakland effec-
14k toalmathod, a ighlave been applied in
,if? n' difibrent oeunt %


'VOOtl.. i: cr'.-LP:r! cci:,I.:. IT'lh-y h. t
np,.uedt bran wt a stock (Sf goods ant
promise a good dal. .
-A 11..Alligator.
It is, not ver good for persons to blow
:tbheir'owR trumpet t' i "e are constrained
* t? make ICfew remrn&K in refferonce to the
improvement ofour town, and r Its rapid
development. Perhaps.there is no place
in Forida where more enimigration core,
4g .p:,riougb Alligator. We have
.. earl. all the time, persons
;tl~~~ states, looking for lands,
or locations f.b'baineps, and there 'is scar-
cely a day b 'we hear of some use-
ful citizen Plandn, b. tthe
towh. Wea'eeiory reason i to' tlievp,
thsA cIN al**11 very Ponsid ra-4'
agre u.e. It p onis
citing, situated jinT c6ntraQpart- of
tbe State, where,the inxjority of travel pass.
through, and being a Brkded by finely.

country other flit quality it.f'er ai great
indticentiptt ttlers. Lawyers, Docbors
'Mechanics, nm4' Preahers, re all .doing
well -'W&ehaUen &yrplfatn. lc the Con.-
tinent l anrpait helthad
what caps the.'Uclimax ..to. all,, we will
soon havo the -'T Iron. Horse"- plnHi, i:
+broueh ourttreeta.'inrl .. ...... an.


empirere U politics or, its face, and don'c not carry to-dayfor$67,000.
them "in its pocket," as we heard of some Coffee Trade in Rio
one doing not long since. We cannot ac. NW YomR, March 2far -Dates from Rio
count for the enquiry by the ca"notws, up t: Febo. 1 aro at hand. CofDbe had ad-
acount for the enquiry by the. .,only danced considerably since the 3rd. The
that the Democrat is now advocating the supply had almeat ceased. Stock on hand
course of a Democratic Governor, Whom it 120 000 bags. .
rushed foremost in the ranks to elect.- ,ew York in ackclpt ap4" Ashe.
Is the Florida Railroad the Democracy of Xever a city needed a little religion more
Florida? if so, we.say we will have to be thab New York. The Revival proceeds
initiated into it's platform before we can there (as every thing else does at New
answer, the enquiry of the News. We are York, for a time) with .great a.rdour and
not aware that the, politics of apy one are violence. One cannot but fear that they
to be guided by.-lis predilection, for or are going to take their religion in one
against any curtain corporation.. We un- strong dose and hpve done with it-just
furl 4gr banner to the breeze of Democra- as they took Kosuth,. or Bill Poole, Ar the
"a-yan-, 'he who aoes Granmd'urk. For the present, however,
m-or iv one." -: "-- the pr er meetings daily at Burton's the-
*Wetruggled hard forh c tionof atre, and the cicrumstance of Edwin For-
Gov; PERRY, and shall we noi isclaim rest being born again, on the Wednesday
him, becauIa be takes a course, which we ol last week, about four o'clock in the af
do not objUt to ? We do not copder thq ternoon, keeps the town .all. alive. The
question now befi-tt people.n i erm-,' ReporterT*f9U the"ewspapers are. kept
Bracing any principle of politics, uif) A.-, V' "short-ha.nd:'the
di"-or .ourition would be more tr.ngly A Mbich are sung at the prayer .nie-
democratic,'as we are defending ai sb; ll- 11 kn., hymns of Dr. 1atts;
cratic Governor-nominatedTy a De- ich Reporte'nfiver hear: qfore,.
cratic Conventidn and'elected by a Demo- ,?ut.whctb to our chilStian readers, art weC
crtio, constituency. And now, we w9$d knownth''he pickpockets have ajlo a gri
ask the News what season's have yodi4o; viuss 6flkAniing .and. comfortable sea-
impeach o ar'"iog our" litics ? T4l. son. T..efty-one of them were. taken up
0 ,c o. u i'*-_ i one dav la' -. .n .. "
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the inHlu nic-of chloroform ean? ^ -r. ..- --- ..
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-r_=.:'_'^2".i ,-Z.. ,% j__ qf si"y kjpp0;"t'on- but 'loll, m I t6 do so' lo,'':.,ormws orso hetr-mfree:.r-anmd themang- ohtr
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-puoportri,,, in Ymran i
itoprien aro divid-d
.t... a s .' c i 1 .n b '. r 7 .. ': '. -'.
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I- ir aeted arc suffering themselves hunibug'etU, while
.. a"ry S..%.wi- they have their eyes op.n. Wake tip
S]I BAre in*.ia whyasteop;yao..
Sontmnent; ,Yours. -
.s I ~r.dy ..'"NOYDIVISION.
Asia 65 ; lp e-from ito ePi-
4h ric0.ungt The wr certaily fj In e7--
F ror X! ;trds eohut bh,, .Democrat,"
:1a3p- .:bis ing' an article. 'writtenhby aa
NV A w oth ." We-,have never pro-
a ny one-from our, columris, and
.ays publish afiy-respectable-article
6,e, ;aunw ,A person, -regardless' of political
et J e h writerr misappuehends our
ZiqsifbAtogetherwe are opposed to a
e.Oneral-di on, or -y.division-W Mesof
g' or.'. Wake up Mr. Aro Diiiscion'
Z Why slew y.0,'
'' emnpewance. ..
A T. Gombia Divisiois-No. 21 Soris of Ter-n
n.r eo-the Siatb of Florida, in conven-
0i t-etnd a ted the following officers,
i;fo.r quarterly teri, commenc-
in i M458-;
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.-.TAg.s.. ..ORS......P .-HUNT R. S.
,-The Legislatures of Te r see,'Virginia, Maeltront ,,- id
g,'Kentucky, nd -,Alabamit, -to The brig Aika a, i
Mdet Vnited States senators at-th t Yurk, on I he 20ta,'N rep'
pe Legislaten repse hif T nto Ne t o n the 16 ties e4moaut .9 -Ii ridFk 0
Hloleln the W all-t1br eknotht n
choe o..,,eeatte jN
"1t 4u -ando


i: .n, .1 T<""hat
until'tiro pex.t general census. .g t
jkieh, aai 'au.a., prt 0"
.nv$Q'mfe, u Raf6^
tW'.4o Qnereppreset
%Repfresentattss if
-ic. 4.-And be & i
of fioRanpts'naiier;i*k HHb^^
Jaws of ethe'.,
*force


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have the "freedom of lthe prirs," and we
will exercise oui freedom regardless of the
altitude of officials. We are responsible
to the "two high officials," and nut to the
Nrews. We have never misrepresentedd,"
either party-wo "look before we le'- p.'
and are perfectly aware of the grounds we
occupy. Ask Gov. PERRV if we have nmis-
represented him. And hearken to his an-
swer.
The "Kew says we have "traduced a
large tiumber of respectable gentlemen."
In-all of of our artick-s we- did tot men-
tion any hames, Lbut spgkeof a. "citfe,"
Now if any of these otmeh; chose to
come. under that lhe -.'
them," and they can "wIl"'f- We .iade
no, pqpixaqnal allusions; we.Ap l. of4,afew
-;winp'were dictating to tho Democracyof
Florida, and as we disapproved o-'any such
compulsion we objected to the Pli,. As
regards the admonition "to write on more
d6nmoi place topics," we-say we might
do so perlihapIf we'we reL associated with
the Editor of the ,j-Y'tvi solu his-' com-
monplace. tastvs, #but beingJ ua oomnmuni-
ty, pciltivated and ro fid ,-prefferences
ei e to suit 'it. Though 'we- have
;n.e TV'ML theexpoirJncef'.'the Editor of
th Nervs in*thu, editr r esaon, we'
"won, cousider.-it qo;rp ent to have
ri als e i -'with-" ours, he they
ne so huib are-not trying to
red or Siettli arr.el between '.a Gov-
rnot and Sn6 u r;' nor aretre awai tt
1a "loftIy position"' is nbcoantpm(.. .
.. We hae ,mortd respect 6fo1i "
an&aSemort lnibyetve thvem gthi ds a
O "- 00Y. t,. ,,. .themi ivas. ai
. -, .4M e M ini. .,7'
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equally ,bjcctionable. As to the Missisi
sippi bill, we learn its character and fate
fromthe Vicksburg Whig of the 13th, as'
follows : -
Tun R.RVIVAL O THE SLAVE TlTADE.-In
the early part theaheR present year, the peo-
.ple were astonished by a pronunciamento
from Mr. Henry Huthes, in which he
makes strenuouseflorts to bolster up a
certain bill 'lor the supply of Afr[can la-
borers,' which had been introduced into
the lower branch of bur State Legislatuie,-
and indefinitely potfo(pewd by that body.-
The extraordinary and untenable argument,
of Mr ughes, to say nothing of the fate
of his petlin the, Legislature, caused his
dor.ument, to fall. still-born hereabouts, He
prLpoe.qtt, atafter the Alfrican -apprentice
thDall hav.served out his allotted time of
.twenty-nine years, that thenl they shall de
elevated into slavery,,' or in other words'.
they shall become slaves for the remrind-
er of their days. This is decidedly rich.--
The ngro is to be brought here to civilize:
him and better his condition-to christian-
ize him, and the first lesson he receives
from his white friend is a breach :.'of eoh-
tract. He.-is invited voluntarilyy to the
United States, not to-be a slave, b'ritije
that would'be a violation of la-.Wbut to ser-
Sve'an apprenticeship.of twenty iqe years
th ti he is to'be elevated int6!7Ilavery-t6
be ahl;lcdthef privilege (?) of-becoming; a
slave. The bill no6w sle'epsjith'office-of
the Secretary of State, undef'46weight.of
ian indefinite 'postponmentni."We doubt
whether e#tigh friends -can be founa -i1
the next Legislataire to-hold uplts coirpse,
and w. pes'uume it vill not be disturbed ,
The irsurmou!table objection to, both
eUie spres at at'they are dihoaipejst,
fl^ed by ,in amount .of -,anttha't
b ort- y #f the British Parliainept
t R3 3
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f **, 11 ,t ? .: _-"fK< ..*.* ... ." :,'" *' Sa ..
?ta't fi- vyohuntry I iit r be riad'
.... ._ ey ^. .
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Ot tlUemUeratIig Up un riiter' of intrlei t. to-
the ('mrich at arze.
.. Markets *: .. r 'f : I n
'New YORK, March *85.---Cotton-.Sales
1600; market advanced 4 ; Middling Tp-
lalids 11l.-Holders demanding anadvance
-of-.,Flour firm.--sales 7,0t0 bs'; ,Wheat
flri-" sales 1.2;000 busheels Southern Red
1 1.5 a 1 20; Cort dull and unsettled. .Nia
val Stores steady. Rioe, sales 1,(00, buoy-
a n t a t .9 a 4 . "
" AG ou TAMarch 9.5.- Cotton sales to
day are 1,500 bles; n-market buoyant;
Middling Fair 11f a 11.
CnARL'ESTON -Mareh P5,- Cotton salesgto.
day 2,10 bales -sale of week-15,000. %ar-
ket closed with-, good middling .at 1- 1-.an
mildling.fair at-i .. .
MOBILM March t.d....ttok sale$9,5S
bales; Mddli'ng at U.115; Marketfirm, :'
NEw ORI.EAS, March .5 -,--.Obtton sales
to day 18.000 bales, pces stifler. Quota-
tiomn unchanged. Sugar.firm.;..Red.W
1 ; Freights and Stelig- echang.un-
cbanged, .. :* : .' -v :-
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.. :o'. .- _* Fro g..lUt-ah'i,- ;. .^". ,, z
The newsfro hr Ulth,b4W of Cajlbregia a
to the 7th of Jnuary. *;'60fi6'oramh,..f we vmc.
-he h pup51.a spoe h'-
judge. frointhenT pu4l,_., spi ehea. verr, as ObsU-'.
hate ahd rampant for.',ar 0.ever. -'A memorial,
Ai&Me d hy the memihers .the d-ofiycers of thN Uta
'Legitaturp, has- beehn-i't:t6 Coigrap -Thsa:
doeumen rect es t' i llegd. W .ronoft Saipn
:4-nd.-all ,upOb te ,presidattA 0e E tMi ,
lMormonw 'their lot properlyl y Mi"s ..anfbb tb Bfufd6awrs of he Frto _Josiis
a.ndthe-assa.dll W oPiey. P"rmi.-n .. ye
if the towtinvitn r 0 e
of
at tiha itho t mrO t id* p^i ut
I eBWll OfiHbe inlla.e a 11 r et sa
his'be Iol b. Vll come ofit. .
*...-:-,/ ". * r;-
Caao hoedJ S of Peretgpne- por-
eas.
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important t
ry refetye0l^
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taotn wmnIuCB warsp
States Sensteho TueA .74;
series of brilliant sena toral ui
and against, uring abno
bate:
A bill for the