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Title: The Columbia Democrat
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Place of Publication: Alligator Fla
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THE COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT, The Mcncn Vanr.
A telegraphic dispatch, dated the 2-th
7'ILIOBHED VERY RiAU-iDAY MORNINO ,AT U t., at St. Louis, NaVs that a letter from
AI. L I G A '( O R FI,(LORIDA. 'o;. Jhnstron, of the Utah I expedition, de-
S&A. J. Svii ty scribes his nmarch to Camip Scott, vinpli-
E. k. GklnAl& A.J. ?llllr Propnieton lteitns ht's >roops' -nd says the Molni,,ns
L;. M. G1. AIHAA1 I'ditor. have, as fully as words anid nations caln,
41iWICIlr I$ON PN E REIDIUCED)! Illlin1teit ile i the inlthnion that thl v will no4
I! lD loungersubni.t to any govcrllnliel.t I but tielr
IfJOX^a-'-id B own, 1111 fint the Ipeoplle oiflI e Union
4i x!lep Coiel w? I." IN A YncI *, imtn t either ,ubnlit to a u I pa', on ,-ftht ir
.', 0 tulrritory atdt have a rea tolirih 1th ereted
Tlytee Cnpies........... .........5.0UO ]th. iht luidist, acknowiedlging no, d p.i -
qini<1, Copir, paid within six klntlhf.... 2.50 d.l,,.e upo or al:egi;,nce to, thile Fkddl-al
W h1-o -iot ............................. 3.00 ailllhol ty, or act w tli vigor and (c,., Io
Tui t,,"r making clinbs. tihe term will he to t I lljiprl theii tto ,u('e l.lth. i e txtrs-
propottnionate yI' ,91 I small ( .irltest Ilhote that ev. r exvition
PoptniAttLrs anl othder ohtbiainingfte pnyin may be nlade to fioward supp ie.,' early in
,lni.bcrswill tC?.eiv the Denorrtat for one )'r. t.,. slir lio, undert a sultticl.lit .glarid ot
Term of AJaf'trtisenefllts nlUlit elitn',
0 A:lrtvert.ionentp will be .iseried at tile fol- Noiwitsilailitllh g the destlut.tion of a
p jBitl 0litil ti rail, which as !oA;d d wilh
-wwmor supp iiis- s l:-H.ry for
(One dollar pcr square. of twelve liner bn; I1l- P vi ;ll li Olt.ri s l) it, te ool'e' ir
ler for th i first inte nion.and 75 cents foir each i tII t .-i i r. .,isitd th, li..v s, Col.
iub.equent insertion. To yearly adlvertisers a JoI llx ,i,4 l ainilidtln tl.e t:o,,C ol.
liheral discount will be made. ..l l tll La tht a iiait
i All idveriilments rnsuit be paidl for hefort.- ,iti, ;n i ltq l tilLaic itllo, L i llut ah lll 01o
nrertion. The requiredsumt call bhaKC rrilld \svele b,il'.
by reference to our term. st. J.:hinsitoi} hadll r ceived fill Cillillu
Wl koy Adlvertisanent not Inarkedl with Ithe ,li t.;lin,< .i II',11l tile 1YurTIlUlrtlf llot it a lately
ni'itlr of insorliona required, will be ctiiniuei h ,t Ia tllic 22i 0,tobt-r.
antil ordered out, and charged acoordingly W\c ili 01tiait thci tilt-iit6 L ila'.l cOlifillll-
One quare, for m*i moullih............ .lO 00 ed tihe appoiitlui it of Co. .o I iiLu,.li as
Legal or Businei Cards, per all........100 It0 3a,}i(lfle Gulical.
Notice to Uebtfors anl Creditors .......... 7 00
Application for letters of Adniinistr;atiof>.500
Applicati,,n for disnuissalas Administrator 19OW FROm MExIco.--We have nt-ws from the
Pernonr desiriring editorial ntices for private I'ily of M-xict<, to he st16th alnt aid (rom
klneit will be chirged double the rats of adver- V, ra C iz (o the 21st. S-veral iatti, s had
during. it'll fought between (lie tonstil.ulionati.ls
All rlilioux nd obitulry nIoticeI will be ink-r- ind the govtrinill nt f, lrces. Our telepraph-
led rattnitously. c lel'por;s f om New Orleans .-tat, t1 at the
Al Uil1 for Job Printing, saUt be paid on de- "'itls ad r.siile' in the trihi pi ',f
iveryf l the work. tle .ov rinm IA:t. lout that the silue esses ot,-
I ll;lned wer -unimplli talt. A Corlrispondeint
=] ...... JL!"^_at \\" .hingtor., however', stal, t. at d spa-
Goiftill.l-- Prot-t, mrisstsft Senntor i(l,,s had reHch.d the Me-xialni L I,,ation,
cr-i leu-n'. j!OellkeliiI
ani..,un< ii tlhat the .4,listitutioi,.llist,
A .norlt8t aS it is to thi, peac, of Ih"I 8 ,litl.oaii strong ulder Generals Parr-
roui0tPt il inilossihle to say, with ny ,.y ;,nnd Doblado, wre r outed Ine Cvlap,
de C(i rtainty, what will be th. resn't th Gien. 0solle-ttiat Pairodi retired to thell
6ft tile O fiint now before Conmgrr.ss fotr ; u|;Hdaj;,ra. afnd that Doblsdo0 (aiituiated
tlhe a8, on of Kansas into tihe Union.- I t a ta hat (Hinj ito w., vap-
W1 i^tlEtr trusted to parties to pass urted by Zulo .ga's itro.l Zi alotga hlla da -
I ,. hit iao ut. a end-to the disgracefd s, i~ttt o *r e have all along cherished pears, therefore, tIhat inI li te filsItusli of
)l o lh'< '&administration wasstrong I li colnten ing factions Zuloaga'li s come
r nM| irnmhirl.d with the united SoWth, out yivturiollr,
to tbib I*i*sure successfully through.h i
xtii "itti the symptoils that pre-
,r.tthti elT.s, we trust thatt sui-h may linnesota.
yrel- t. I w i. ter* wliielwe liiwt suspe,'ted of unfrit nd- Milintnota. I'llh only question, in this
Jy iutefiti TlTe few American nltembers .ca;.e, is tiat of representation in the House
front th' South who have allowed them- ,ilmie continc:ed that Minn s (a should
ielves to ilt, ofTernied in their estimate of have but osie number, others two, but an
the pwiafio thie 'C Utitry and tilhe hst mi-.anas .ppaient nmajorly hetened to be willing
for proserving it by a long cherished hoti!i t.;at all thi ee tf lthe nieibt rs elect should
ty to,t l(UiM rti p'rlyv-a feeling that nIave tieir seats.
is wetl fo red Jin itself., iut illigitiimnat. Those whlo would allow her lut one rep
irtelh it 'jliIf men to the force. of irllluth- seltli;e in n Congress contiilt theniselve!s
rethi ik iebisieLn guilty of a orave andl to i( t celllsus rtturnF, which are delaredl
daiva t tridrO. Nothing conil It,, nor< o, te pait:il and inipefet, yrt plainly 1tn
ainibl J u than the specta,lp, whh'iiH w, t n.,ittI.a leaat two n m"mets. Manll
aTv rsl tly ..ilnssed,+ < K, n :- n etlilitIl h ,k vel-, iisposti to deal m-r,
ll;iT$ S/ .l< ti (L~ It'f m of reasonhng tn i, hs \,i io a *,a', or i, hulg ing ado t.dopt the e.sil t
ot-m.of retas-Ining. fn 1110 1 0I~
h'-itl-a s ii. ofni&,n 'wt, O, a. i f i p' lati'.i itidicat [d lhy li e late collsl,-
'ltl iiaw eo kvt I,.lniry in tranle Ikta th 'aa'Ui
Wl((fc~le4 wwunry ill frn,,>'(e Iv t^<" 1"""1 ('. ""<* *ta i
if/ i f4,0'i 1" "Ppp..nr .aiii 'j n,;1-the int grit oif' , n:zp it,uuU. inl"s .umbel illcr'ea-;d by the
i~tf~i ofrfd ,T'l-n- .*. it la-i'S luisnilniratilnH wu.iI< well thit
i"'-'K. ufif fst to 4; rc a nze Tn i nrio r,*>?***. rt.l r ., ,, .
r., We n" to '* tlla* lt, V. 1 i 4win.. u 't ei, It i-. s'd, o at tleart., 25(.,(K ) pei-
" t 'r d W e i ..q v r r t o llr,--."i v sullrh H I,n^ionl )it. cnn ITr,. ',;, oI1;, a"ll t ouitl eatci(:e the; Sl a. ill" )'
*tir. not a .to .Ha. nt tliiee ieptrv-s ta aRt 1tivc s.
twlir. -i" ith.n.-t n I 1 IT I tie late co, at its ir, a' onvewitin it
gll- re: uct~imie< f.--ntir!'z in tho KO"'wne1
mf>Iu .-' alie:aiitxie ay t, a c rta, ;1s int.arny
>9W1C>li lH* thlat we hiv- nON 11t (, finger r *
'i" 11p t a w h v, a,- poiliiti, tti lt)i u .0o., il oi'der to all-
M1P1A rlt tnd. n nS w,0!rv ran _tv.. "n
Wl, a..rt ti". fa f .- im h o,,l ,o,-In, -% I-oiti in "I ht'f isti'e,.l f ron -1 o of4, Istr D rtV- i'%L litativ isril'cts. 'I'o do I thiS, tIltie Itr
rngf nnI miusl'ifrl nrxr fmn'1~ of < Ki-)cr n~nrtv
I (lie ffU"ar. 0 wi ; v thf- A gitIs bt tlore tiiat Iol"y wcre re.orlrcd tlo.
tf-h.'ir:pvn c;nr. .l ,ir P; fll,,V h,, ,tu 1 I ine counties Ia3d lacOlinlllp te r.U.uiiatioi
W n if tr r w n nar avI.it- rc t ''x, Ito ii .
risit.i lius. nor should thov hb al'nwe1!
hai .f.eh, I o r. A.. f vabl uvl uolie, It v a.it ada ol la as tvit'fiiev
1 Cf' n~rrrlt; 'rom ;*l:i! }lnE al r,>. .o( 1 V 1 1 t,,e popusaiht. It n ,Rm iindlnIiU-t pOrltinnli, to jrritte qrl'1 I'Clit'Lo t ltt 't oL I t'rtiil~pl- n-il". ,iCI 0ll ;
Ulilhronil tlhe two grlat dnvs'ions nf thb < L tile .lulle I eiitlli tl ilr ui i ;iht,
(ot1 tr V ROlonn as it stlll1 r.,mn'n q h,r,"< ,.. Ollltz Il>llllCe> it >al, OI c'Otll',Ic, L b
o'fo<,*tentlil l (** re q al i,.t 1t-, .L Ilat\ ct I i i t lilte tssitlatt z was Ilil;,e Iln
iFa'tl. *t il ,,.rV C,..ti aq aftthf COl - Itim, <<,l wan i tile te.a't tllai utlu.tcl I,
l't/iolr t*ie [Ticon h,.tfe- t'an wp ri,, ,a:, ILLili- tlin 'UlllSaliCt. tl-
K a^ a, i.+ t m h- re Ihar, hr t til,, lho d+,mr\ ,,u luu s s lnIU'c e of ilil rnt)l" tl'> tile CoInVein-
Writic p:rtv, anni WI nLi .<.tn ,.d it of 1t1, .hilt *.'UO .d ti< le p-pu.ationi, was at lcast
fro l, fr sitringl ore tktW hul a , r - ,.r- -t.OCu.0 all l-Io' ,c l o.>i iii b;t's, t.,
4',d un<-nn its 7ra lt ;,t. W .,, ^,'!i v .l1tL*rti lio o a ll d. rl ut Uile ht Lte. t;l ,,li
the spt,t..dv atlms glion\ ofK a ",l. ivthe ^n ," t'l t ii i"K li**li"i"t"** Idiihab-
r e~trt y for tile ,.ven.e. ic. lpret.w I- re wilhi l (t-, uta l .h,,ul e t. o u II it ;t aL dl' ttCdt iad *PP"l( "iit i d and *ills-
-i,..,nrv itra .-,^ nnt io ..i'leu "' Slt i.t: acitir iirgl y. ror tin.
shoullder wl!.h a.nv wanl or Daity wl o- ..ld t< ,t, -.r. igy. o ti.
effort. are hn .Ktw d.gt dlr t,,,! fo tn lt'it a r.op.- ,l.i'U*P ,, st a l)t*^l ltat tiuct wa,-, alu
nlllliatis NI+rsh.ll we hr deterred i .n "t'*"* I ,O'L''** "*loD\ to e *xL i **l'al t
fLint ccMS,' tIv th,, orlqmit ion of ,aitlv W". iLc li1i:tct Ll~yttii wtlat w,,s rra i"
'riend; r. the cia.raet, if .t1e *oorluin v i,, -i~uK, O.-mt i to be the iichitlilab it s ol tltie 'lc'r-
.wnnl ih we lnav t, mporm'iv find onil,''lf.-- ,list#. 'lii, t,,l, n, t biisi ulttii
B press that will not ad|hierleI to trltti il)
the cause of 'ii- I llPountr v tinli-'r.,P1 a ,irollnin ", ,ii t. tl.,th Ilu i' W


bitanc.m. is Ut,,I serving of the eofi ,.1n'., ,IU .l l*tela Of | ol alu i all, a ltt
.._. i ,'o.,v. iitl~io uFr^ ciaiiitl lu hilive acteld Ih
and support of !i:., st men of all pa,'ti s,- .. i t i.,
ie0 Rep. 0l0 I;llll h aioptli:g til t s i li'lt al,
>..,tlllt |itoli K im lgocss.lUt-Il tiial thuv% d .' .-ate IUlltoiP; W$ s tt iKt lC.Situllt V'S. It Is
PulLl.--W-finid the followin- pnzzle l.d thd iiut thie tolu nation hltal, sili'e
in an exchange which reminds lii of hv til. CsliuiatU, iui h iri:icea.scd, anit iniust
gone days; we give it for the benefit of onr niow it(- at isi v 250,uiU ()Ot t .. esu glr-unii
juvenile readers: t 1b ,Illied to tit iut fair triat Millni*,oti
A lather had a certain number of app!eo .Ilouull nlave t;le": rUprl's i ntativcL-, at Itl.at
which he desired to divide betwe,.n h;s iUllll Conglirts shall lliskt: tile IequsIlt-
lhree sons. He gave to the eldest half of provisiltln tior a full and coplelte eel rus Iun
the whole mnihber and half an app'e ov-r: ,hebtate. Theproposition of Mr loomibbs
to the second, half the remaindr and half ul curgina, provides that the tLiree lmemul-
an apple over; to the ymongest ha!f bcis jiec lt sii tl tk their seats until at be
the remainder and halt an apple over, Ile ayc, rtaitled Ihat a less lunuber only alre rli-
htadt one apple leIt, anddulring th<,opera- tititud. 'lils pai tofadjusieilt will prub-
tion did not cut an apple, tt,,w mnanv hid abiy be adopted lby Colnglress,aud istemis to
ke and how manv did he give to each son. iuu;L with tavor.-- Unun.

r A clergyman in Lowell propos-s N. B. Here Il a wrinkle we would recom.
to preach next Sabbath upon this Rltijezt. illliud to those whllo are too pltilurioussia
Can a lawyer be a practical Chriiaan? well at sulf-injurioua to adve:u. isjudicwto-
~-.&L_ k l.m a 1:#_ m irt i' l tha.


ANCOTIIEt ExPEDITION.-The New Or.
Hleans corrtspqiondelnt of the( G'i!v slon Sews
wriht.- hait Colone.l Lockridlge is t Xpi4c-t'd
to leave for Tex.is onil tih 240h iliitit,with
tihe iln:, Iliton i' revf,'llutiot.-zilg Northern
M( xivo, nnd that imvny n ortht.rli 11ni n a1nd
COllAdt riblt e ihh .lnc ins are (lngigtal inl tile eli-
tti-pris<. A Itttr |frni Coloonti Li'kridge
to till he ttN ol;firlsl till, stiltt till it.

SC 0 MM N i C A T E)
To the mnlahers t,flhc ell I ( hll ch .South
in ihe ( ouin.bio Ciicuil.
DEARr BRKETIIIKKN :
T*je Pastor appointed
"n charge of your c r uit, having informed
me hy letter that lie could not attend the
work. 1 have procured the service s of the
Rvv. F M WisonII, and with his consent,
hIve ap.pointed him to supply the plact,
talking charge of the circuit. In makiiing
this iirangtiment, we anxiously hope to
have the aplprobation anl cooperation of
all. The Ruv. F M Wilson is known to the
lmor-t of you, as onie that will care for your
Solds, doirhg all the work of a minister of
Jisus Chrst. Receive himn then, dtar
hrl1e;ttren, in tle spirit of tl;e goslal, lIt
liiin h-lve you." rayers, your synmplathy
anld %,our support. i )have taken this
inethodl oflaying this matter bti't're yol
(prl'csunmling upon the kindness of the edi-
tor of tihe Dci,erat) in order to salve time
and ihbor, and at thet samie time commune
within you aill. IHoping soon to sree thile work
of God i rrvivtd among you. I am dear bre-
theren, your inot humble and obedient
Servant.
J. W. MILLS.


The Wanderer.
Afar f'romll homr in stranger lands,
Tht, weary wanderer came,
Thro', burning heats and scorching.ands
To calve himself a namie ;
To inigle with the bus..y throng,
Which seeeied of life a part,
Or list to ple:lsure's syren song,
That oft deceive the heart.


Fin ing tile nn,swcr highly grti;tfyin., and,
it ti.ust l)e addt d, nuch tli the (r, dit (if
the late Ministry, lthiy took tlhe tIilihst
opplotuiliIy of t llig tlie -woiI, anld all
V-1ti[ i n-!tiy coiv'eri;, l,ow well provided
we tH re fili dthn liucando 'i c (. Mr. lDis
rat i 011ly h- tlUt A l. t .'ts uIII ilioSt in
ti.,ow Il ut li,,! V t I n Ic te i 1., (i ili i II y,
M )!it';i ;;il +,,-v, f;; t{.< ":,t+ -i.! t (i o iis
Iiii.k ii ,. ,l"i. .. c.i < ns.i titu -i.llt Iii thi like
spl it. ,iiti opI lily ni' c-gnliZinlg the fact that
%u ale m ltaiT wlil Iwiuw tlian w'e were a
inontih ago, tlioughi we hlope we air v, vry
'lar oil, we will atdd that we nmvtr were so
well pirovidtd with soliit-rs, ariilltry and
othitr tqiiipiei Is, with ships, giiis awd
sailors, sitee il.e ytar 181t5.-- ti ttli-
tv-lhur hours' notice we cou:d eitliir prie-
v rtiaii ay landing at aiiy accessibllle palnt of
i our coast or crusli ally tlicr that Inighit Ie
isiselmbitd ill tile ihiroliors 4f our rieighibor,
alit, it is colifidtlitily believe by somlie ol
our best authoriiit-s, ste;ill i aid desioy
ev r3ytliinig afloat ill thie hailtols ol Cliei-
blurig. Otllr IltW GovernullelIit, vtry wise-
ly', (oeS not illUnce matters, nlitiher shall
we. 'Ihe late Govel-imieni, tried to illinc.
llatters,v and tile rvsuit i, tlicy : re out.-
Day Bwk
---- -*4#OW-
KIND WolRDS-- WlY USE THIEM.--. Be-
cause they aIliNys Cieer ill 1i i whln
lit y art. addrusL;d. They soot hi l i iioif h-
is %%, 1-(teIit 4. '1 Fiy N v-(1iilorl hiIII ifh ie is saI,.
Th'y keep hiimilut of the loughi of de.jioin-
dVtIIY, or htll p hi out ift he 1ltppelis to
be inl.
2. There are words enough of he oT-
Iosit kind layil'g ill il- directions- sour
worl--cross wolrl--fIt tfl wlords-111.
sultihg Por s--.,vcltK'l;i ,' words.--
irritating ootlds. mow it d W r-
have a cliance to gc aabroad,since so naliyv,
t-o (lifM relt, are oil thile wirig.
8. Kind words bless him that use them.
A sweet a,,und oni tile tongue teids t nakede
the heart mirllow. Kind words iac(t ulon
th kind feelings which prompt them, atia
miake th'iein more kitind. Thliy add Iresi
fuel to tlie ti e of btenevolellt emotion ill tht
soul.
4. Kind words b get kind feel *s to-
ward him that l,,ves to use then. pcophi
love to see the Iacu anld hear the voice t t
surh a mani.
Kind w,,rds are, therefore of great value
inl this hard ties.


Three Dnays Later from Europe.-Arrival
o! the Cily oflHaltimore.
'NiEW YORK, April 4--Tlhe steamshTp
Citv of Baltimore, from Li rpoll1 on liht
171th. arrived ,t Si',ndy Hiook this nmorn-
ilII, with tlite (dy,' later foreign intelli-
gence.
The slenmer Afri, an arrived out on hll(
14th, and thle City "f Washington on tlhe
l1;th.

The news from China and India i, of
two weeks later date, but aivicts nare g,-n-
eraily oftrifling ilipollancv. The lmnm-
hardlnelnt of Lnllknow was expected take
p ace It'' oilI h' 26lth F4brliry. A rhirg- jr-
tion of the Bii1-h ai uyi. had ( ntered <()ud.
Sil ('olin Canlpbell was still at Cawnlpoie
awHiitigl tu s;-.fve train.
Thie King If olhlii had been found guil-
Iv aild baiii.-hd to Van Di if..
Tile st,."mcr .Aa, with Calcutta mails
!1i1(i livtr X250,00(t0 it) splei', was los-t
,,fr'Trhilncllht. oii the 161ii Fhbi u.ilv. T'iht
( !Pi', w;'s :ilo sliht, 1 ut all tile Il I.SOIIS O
b)oaird were save .
C;lintmn dliltes of Jaimnry 28tll Ibadl hecn
receive, d. Evur'l.hing Ilating to ni'ilary
ilvira;titls iv! The ir i'nipntnrv proceedings had bet n
!llii!;iiprtiii?~.
In! Fr-:tir.,. C,< min \ al w-w ki ihad with-
1, \A ,his 7 lo w i r,' qu ( ,,,-t ill relation t.
OI siii ai d Pi, lri wire guiiilitin.l fln
thle 1301,, hut Rhlo was nl' sled Iy lhte
Empeior, aIi hlis s nltnce couinmiited iasto
pen:il fierviiude for life.
Tlhe Enlipli h gove.rnmentFl !' fiiu-el sto ht
Sardlinia give np tle Enlglistncu flohdg, s to
the French i. overnilneit.
he ,orVsl i ",'cy hill had llb'en n'jecttd ily
t,.e Saidiniali Parliamnent.
Thle ship Kenehec, of Batl, from Liver-
pool, for Motile, wts ah-}lldoned at s. a (,n
tlhe 22d of Fehru:lry. TlIe crew arrived Ilt
Liverpool on the 14th inst.
The correspondence with tl'e Fr neh
uovrnmcnvnt was submitted to Parliament
on the 15th.
The steamer Alps did not sail on the
d'ty designated.

MI:;C LLANEOUS ITEMS.


Montreal, 0. E., April 2---Thte wat -r in
the St. LaIwrtnice is very higl ahove like
Vitria Bridpe. The'lowr rpat OfGrfllftii
towi is flood d. Weather t -lay warm
and clear.-The thternolumeter staud-, at
thirty-six above zero.
Of all articles of dress, nane has so mu,'h
influcncc ulpoll thilt Qpillin (if lithe Ipuhlic as
the hat. 'A shock-a hhut" is thlie rxprm'ssion
ol the rxtl.ree t isaimrobatin n (if tih e Ial
who weara it,
A tlief rwas ,brought before tho mInagis-
trates at Wadsworth on the 13th, atni it
was proved in thle course of th" examina-
thl.n that lie had nmarriefC si,.cSi vly
twelve wives, Thpce uf them were then
in Court,
It is rumored that Sir E. P, Litton and
tfi lion. Ilr:. Noit themselves of the enattuetlis ot tie. di-
vorct ackt,


The Pr:nc,'tss Malilde is organizing in The British Army.
Paris a sAri.s of"intinlmate'" shirts., where A report of the sanitary condition of the
tie gu, st c-(tie and It) at their pltasure, British army lhas created great surprise aud
play, sirg, draw and converse without thile regret. It appears that at home in bar-
obserIvalet of any crtnilony or etiquette. racks the mortality of troops of line is
A sulpher springl h:is been discovered he- three tinlls as gteat as that of most short
tw(t. i Paris ':nd Neuill.y, at n spot calltd livd classes- as the clerks of Spitilfeld
Theins is ord is now f to e weavers ve; that, too. while they are
Thv-ncs ,1is mor~ci :s ilt,~ fqUIj(d to I~e weavers "( V(111; at t~o
an accurate old Riilan indication of the well clothed, carefully dieted, skiffully tre-
SOlurct s hiddt n so long, tut well ted in si*kniess, and warmly housed, be-
known 1800 \(alItsago; vtsiage of Ronman sidts heing rngu!arly tXertistd. The con-
lifli aid crock.ly have turned up. fintinent in barracks, the irksome routine
and the aimless life the private soldier
Thle government of Sardinia had openly leads, have all something todo with it.-
ritje<-ttd thie lpoposilicon of the French Ei,- The dit t is also too uniform. Officers at-
ptwor, advising a more rigorous couse to tril'ute it to night duty, and point to the
waids po itical iff'.nders. In this the Le. fact that the mortality is greatest in the
gisla'urt a, qui s'ted ty Ij, acting the con- Foot Guaids, whose night duty is the hta-
s, racy bill otin ith19th instant. itst. letters from India report the mtior.
An Illustration of the fulyv of the gale tality of the Indian ai my to be very great,
'A hich visited Ilie t-(astt1rn1 c ultiit s of Eli. I he arrivals, it is asserted, to not fill the
gi'id Ist iwt.-k, is supplllied by the fact I gaps uade by dike.ase. It is even asserted
that two m ntiy Ibullo,k trucks wrre blown that thle waste will require a thousand fresh
a!,g :hle rails fr'-no the Mar1ch railway troops per wtek f'rom the nlotber country,
Station to Fly, a distance of 17 miles. A """oinny is gclerally provided with two
oiltlrs,. in one whichh the soldiers tboll


their nit at. in the other their potatoes; they
have iotiing else. A nian goes on with it
1horn tho day he enlists till he is discharged..
lie lives on boied meat for twenty-one
years.


Mr. Ivtrsoh-'s assertion in his few re-
nlirks in thle St hate, that resident (Cal-
houni had betrayed tile South in K-.nsas,
ind thad givtin lthe Legistature to the Black
I:epulichllhn at the instigatlion of Southern
M1ll, is sti k nI avowa', of deep ilmporl to
the t" ople of tile South.
'Ihii ty-loir cenllturies have elapsed since
the aligel of tile Lord passed ovcr tlhe
dwellings of his chosen people, yet smote
tilt. first boin of the Egyptians; yit tlhe
chihlr ti oflisiael Atill celbirate the deliv-
trktliveof tlihrir fathers.
Charleston, Thurs-tay, Al r'l 1.-The big
hi,n of Bostol, for Aux ('Cayes, was lost
6of inigrs Iss-!,*nd, (one of tlhe group of tlhe
Blahniias,) with all halunds except one sea-
manl that was saved-
P1o.Atl, April .-A1htter from Captain
Dale of the ship Fleetwood, states thit
while on tile passage f Oill Philadelphiain for
('apee 'I'own Cape 4f God Hope, during a
lch., Ili. im ('Cilritnr, of Nuw Ilainshire,
ind Edwin lhibhard, off of Midhtown,
Connll, tihe foriver carpulnter of the ship,
ind ithe lattr" a sealenel tell flowI aloft anid
were lrtivCi ed.
Tie Screw Steamxhip Atlanla.-The
screw .ttlushipt Atlanlta atlrived at the
wlarf ill NI w Yor+k, Wednesday i v< ning,
ilid<1 he, own sti. ami, and Iee ffetily sound,
l-oth in iher huil and nlatci- ;v.. This ves-
s.-l Ihas been ashore near Hlatter'as since the
22d February, and coming off as she has
proves hir to Ibe a vessel ol c:xtratordilnary
st rt ngth.-- eoryian. .
-0.
Rc10HMOND, VA., April 2.-Th"- State Le-
gis'ature to dny passed a hill for thil banks
to, resume payments in Virinia on 1st
Maiy. Also, for the Independrnt Bank to
r.d', Ini its notts in Richmond or Balti
more Nitlh pecie, by April, 185.

Small Talk
tut of all tlie txpltdicti-nts to maie the
)itiart lh,, thle brain ;giuzy, and to tliin
life dow ihnto the c(onqislttnciy of a cambric
hlunlkierclii,.f the m,st succ,-ssful is the
I tt!,- talk and tattle whliclh, in some charmed
I il-l.hs, is courteously styh d conversation.
II w hluman i beinags cai live oiln such ma-
gare fare-how vonltillue existence in such
a f miine of' tol ic and on such a slioit al-
l,iwance t of lsense- is a great question, if
philosoply ('could only searchl it -ut. All
.wt know ;s that sulchIn murn and women
I itere are who will Lro on from fifteen to
fourscorte, and never hint ontheirtomlh-
stionrs' (litil (itey died at last of onsumrnp-
ti,,li of thle hi ad aud marasmus ot tile heart.
'I'lThe whole nniv, rse of God spreadinlg out
its spi.lidor.O avid tvror s, pleading for their
atteCltion, ond cthey wonder ".'Where Mrs.
',,1b-,tvy got tiht divine ribbon to her
',mninit Y"' The whole world of literature,
iirolgi its tholisaid trumpls of faine, ad-
jurilg tnl it to regard its glirnertd storl s
o,f mtlioitii anid tlhu.lt land they think:
"It's highly tiiie if John1 ilitelids to malry
Sairalt, lor him to (ophIT l"i questioli !" Whtin
it Ie surn ,tthis irippetry is picked with a
iit'e tinvy and alieale and prepares its
sinnll dish, s of scandal and ii.v bIits (of de-
aiad ion it hcoeIIls ei (hl oed with a slight
vl.iqllnousiyltality which dos pr rty well
ill tlhe rtSlnc'e ol souil to c) r ly on the mia-
cinetv o, 'livinm- it' not tile reality of lifc.
--E P. Whilple.

RItigits of r111.
Bill Blower, 1-y a landslalk trapped.
Wibent over, osine ith groig.
W:.s lonrced a lawyer tto consl t.lt
T o overhaul his log,
'I'The lawyer, wishing Jack to bleed,
Put oil a solelnn larlcle,
Aud talked about the ,Bill of Rights'"
As .bearing on tlhe case.
,llold, shlilplualte" criedl thle honest tar,
4Avast t!t wv, if y',u wi 1;
1 :;Are tot forL the HBill of Riahts,
Out fur the KRigits of B1ll."
A voumig ladv out west thus gives
vent'tio ter overchlarged feelings:
1 hrng thee ai heart, lve, a stainless hIea'n't
As fresh andas pu're as the mlounlail

Still echoing back, with a clearer strain,
Tile song that you taught .t iong ago,
''lis al, humble tlhiug,
The g tt 1 bring,
Yet my all, nay |ortune and my store;
And I hiuind it to thee--lean br'ng no
mlxoro

RELc~iiois,--. The r, ligi-us movement is
becomniing genr~iii'ni Cinimtti, Eigilt dai-
ly prayer ln,.eti'lgs are n-w hetl, all ot
which are l.'irgcly atttndd. At Norfollk,
Vi., Lnll,, S! eul' pl'lir me etills airt !ow
l~L',l dataly,


No Ciiujcii.-A lawyer built himnelfan
office in tlie forl of an hexagon, or sir
square. Thlie lovely of the structurest-
,iractd the at tntiol ol some ri.shnien who
was passing by ; they made a tfll stop and
viewed the iuiling very .ritically. The
lawyer; sonewhliat disgusted at their curi-
ksity, liftd up tin window, put hia hed4
out anid addressed tlhen :
'IVhlt do you stand there for like a pack
ol'blockheads, gazing at my office-do you.
take it tor a church ?
*Fiaix,' answered one of them I was thin-
king so till I saw the devil poke his ead..
out of the wil.Ay.*


Later from Kansas and Utah....
ST. Lours, March 29.-A despatch fromr
'Fort IYavelwolrtli on tile ,26th says that
the onrstitutiondl convention had adjour-
lied fro-i Minneolla to'meet at Lteavenworth
oil tie 25(li. Jim Lane had resigned the
pnhideitncy of the convention. It wag snp'-
posed that t'he session wouid be abort, and
that the Topeka constitution would-be ad-
ophO wilh a modification.
Lane %as pledged to resign before he Wi'
elected prtsidehit o( tbe constitution. The,
extrvmlists were becoming more moderate.
Six nounteld men from Camp Scott had-
arrinvvd at Lcavelnworth. They ltft the
arliy on the 29tli January, encoulntering:;
siveial very severe snow storms. They
think tihe Mormons might easily overcotue
Gel1. Johnston's cremuand, if they werede-
Si. ous of doing so.


But while the voice of strangers fall,
In the tones of kindness cheer,
A sainted mother's gentle call
Comnis sterling ,i the var.
In tones olf' ioft subduing power,
Which bids him not forget
The hand which led in boyhood's houi
And guides the wanderer yet.


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Ile seez it oft when fancy free,
GCa(c homeward in its flight,
And 11 his boyhood friends in glee,
Come up b,.ore his sight;
Rvtnindihg iiini of haicyon hours
On some far distant shore,
And longs to, linger 'mid those bow
As oIt hle did of yore.


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TOMATOEs.- A correspondent of the Gel-"
esee Farmer gives his mode of g-owing
tomatoes. ete forvalrd his plants in a
hot-bed or green house and grows themV-:
int pots until they are a foot or a foot andi;--
a half high, turning thtm out about theta
second week in May. He plant tl eml
three feet apart in rows. When planted.
lie drives down a tew stakes,, six or eight, ,
feet apart, leaving them about four feet-'
high thile whole length of the ros and,
ialving a strip of wood along the topk and.
tying oneuor two lower-down the stakes
tu make a trellis. The ground should be-
dug deep alnd made richt with mrniure and.
a quoonful of guano mixed with the soil.
roulid each loot. We quott: "Wheu thvy-
havy grown sufficiently long to tie to the,:
tr\ l.is, 1 select two or tt ree of the longest
shl.ots and tie them loosely to the trellib.
utting away all other small laterals which.
iiay glrow on the lain branches. 1 let-
twiese main branches grow until they have;
cotlmie illn owtr and ,et the first bunch of'
Il ust a heNll tile top i-s lu nched out one leaf
above thile bunch, tlhe same as tile first,.
iand so tonl of all the rest, taking care to cut-
,1 the la.tierallls which may grow on tle-
mlainl biallches down to the axilsof the
it avrs, as olten as they are produced, but
I a,'in, thile leaves entire. It any one will.
taKe this ltle extra trouble, lie will be;
aiply Irepald and absolutely aalon shed at
the iliiit l8se clusters uff inti iarge tonistoe*
lihe ill have. 1U plautad in a favorable
situatilO. they -ill ripe'i at least as early
a, tlhlose grown in ally other way out of
doors andl fritqUtntly three days or a week.
eariier. Whlivl rilpe they will hiiang longer
oil tile vilts witluum decayinig. 'Tile it-
uiolll (tall haidly be too Sui.ny. Deep,
iight, loamiy soil uite. theiu bebt."


vel's,


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Bll t fl,n' tl,, soft i'liioinv flies
kq Il.,,.tl .Q it echIne.
^s Rll^-T.tvl is it p*nIC.
Af .--4ti;nr i;th t.: cOll,-on tipo ,
F'tr;n*< nrc l wnr z tii n,nmi.
An Ih n 1is nthr.rs vn:et, in prayer,
Prn,,,r w;th ;ts qnero<'1 snll1,
AU ,hfn; t ;I ll li t 0nn Mai; .-.
"God Miuss y.,n, iwn--fhrcwel.1'

Even nw l t rop mir.irv of 'lP hour,
t ivpq w;dt n ,nnt.,,t >,."t
To T;11(1 b;ns #n tlit 'nv, V l .l'',,"
Wrtl rre I!;,: Il'.l -m ti tv % 0 1' :
A,-l wll i n I- r 1-> 1>' O tr"wlnr'* 1:nsrlT
A -.l ttlr il,t) ,I tlr,, ';nri ,,tv)t
.-f,+ rr v" rrr,p to!; ,+1 i+' lh~ tt~ln 1',I 3
Of k'nlrcvi-- nxt m h,|vr..

Sy"ntont, oflpr]P.t>vcnr F nr-'o a,,d
rir'~rltiid--tp A'riaice itl Dnn',er.
[From ihe London Tilne. March 12.]
Now. if we -sidt ,iutright tlin wwe wr-le
dr;ftirhc into wir w;th iour Lrtent nlirlshbor
nnil al1v,%Wic -Oon'd &ive' nootlehgs. alarn
to those who t'lnir!t, our vi;ninon worth a
lrn1trw. till whnIt is it to drift ? IT'r A cl-
1;rv breaks from its moor:ns in tle Pool
it vill ,v,.ntiluiaV find itself at the Nor-,, ,r
w,-r,, h:.fore Lin, Iunless psni etl-i;l lie
dn!,e. If a shin is a drift in th ('Channel,
;t .-i' perta'n v so'n be asonre on oi>e vo-,.st
or the' other, most rolhahly to its inilll'y
or lov.. A Gov,-rnmrnt Iha jlst hbeen
turn- ,i out by a war vote, andl none j inrvd
;n t'lint vote so heartily -is the wlio h ,vo
co.nstitlutedll themselves alpostles of p-hen, as
tlhe- wlo partic'uarly relirsont the rom
"nlrcc of the voullntry, ashev who st:inl
up fOr tle interest (if the Ihndowner and
$lie f:irni,,r; s thle ,haninons and sprokes-
men of the Clurcl, the dissent;nz into rest,
andi th i- Itiih 1ioralitv of the couitrv. 'A
motion was devised, the purport of which
wnar, that our sage old Prenl,-r and his
rather rlderly colleagues had flinched, and
parri,:d a blow without returniiel it: that
they had been rather more Christian than
annswtrs in real politics. For this an oth,-r-
wise popular Government has been dis-
graced and exposed ; and another one is
put in its place for tho express Ipupose ot
assrnlinga more manly attitude before
: rnce.
Now we are glad to see that these men,
at all events, understand theil own po6i-
tion. The v,.ry first thing they did, upon
SfidiE:ng thenlseives in office, was to as.
certain the state of our national defenes.
That was the first question Lord Derby
sLnt to tha Admiraliitv and the War Office.


Lirut MAUKY thus briefly, but forcibly-.
describes the Gulf Slreanl :
"There is a river in the ocean- In the
severest drolught it never fails, and in the;
mightiest floods it never oveiflows. I
ballks and its bottom are of cold water,
wheie it current is of waiil, The Gull of
Mlxico is its I'foutain, and its. momth is int
the Arctic seas. it is the Gulf Strvamr
There is in thile world no other such majes-
tic flow ot water. Its current .is more ra-
pid than the Miissssippi or the Amazon,
ani its volume more tIlian a thousand tiiiea
greater, Its waters as fair out from the
Gtf! as tile Carolina coast, are of an indi-
go blue, l'Tey are so distinctly marked,
that the linie ufiunction with the common.
sea water may be traced by the eye. Oftein
(ine half floatlng in the gulf strcnam water, while.
tile other half is ii the commloln water oa
the sea, t-o sharp it, tie line and the want
of afthity between these wateLriC ;anid ulch,
tuo, thertIutitance, o to spt:ik, oil tilhe
part ot those of tihe Gull Strewn to mingle
wi;h the copwut wutlr ol thki f<"


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,,SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 17 1858.
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State Conrention. consider
We see by the last Floridian that it, meeting
endorses our tuggtUFlion to hold the Con- fhe 1st
vention on t ic 1st Monday in June next, ,-ered th,
and shows v their should be a Convention of the Deto. tons oi
critic party. It will show the abiding Florida
confidencee and respect we have in and for omition
out r scjnt Representative, by assenmbling to said
in convention and then and there, as the ed for,
delegated will of the people, renominate with th!
him to his present honorable position, and niunity
further more, elect bim. We hope there- in g facl
fore, with the Floridian, that as all the n itan l
press : eem to be unanimous on the stb- und(r ii
ject, tHit the lst Monday in June will be the Tan.
the day undccrstood for the assembling of chet cr(
the State Convetntion at Monticello. Mirano
ir -W 46 out in a.
Southern Commercial Convention. v
We see that Gov. PrERY has commis- o bGain,
sioned several gentlemen from our Towno .
to influ,
and county, as delegates to the Co0Yvention l1.rak it
to be held at Montgomery Ala., and re ile meo
presume, that tlie wholeState will be tell Gains
represented in that useful, and sali .nt sttad ol
body. It is time :hat wo should look to ink 11
hlini k tl
theimportanceof this convention, as it thi san
stands out as a bulwark againstthe aggres-
sions of the North,and who knows but be-Rod
fore long that it imty have to assume the '
powers of the Southern Congress. teeit
ffleince
County Convention. !n'udi
As Columbia (ointy will have to elect r i::. ;s
three representatives, and one Senator i-' *'rt ,l
October next, we think it time, that inmes- f:n'w
ures should be taken, for the Deuiocr.icy ,ade
of said county to appoint a time to ldd a of.ii i
convention for the nomination, of suitable ofgr jii
candidates. The next county canvas.i will bt, :ter
no doubt be a very exciting one, as there tlat a li
are a great many local questions, at this ond lite
ime dividing the people. We hope that he line
a Convention will be held for the nomina eyed, '4
tion of Democratic nomnices. and that nl gineeri!
other issues may become collateral, nnd when at,
not interfere in the least with our "titmi, which tb
honored principles." There will no doubt and che-
be a great effort made by some parties in strumer
Columbia to divide on separate issues and form th
thereby weaken the strength of our party cavation
and it would be well for the democracy, to that infl
adhere only to its original ground. regard- Frankli,
less of all outside issues, and nominate its 2d. ]
candidates for the express purpose of car- Gainsvi:
trying out democratic polity. We suggest the FloiI
the 1st Saturday in May, as a suitable the peolp
time. We could at the same time appoint company
delegates to the State Convention, instruc- to Ocals
ted to vote for the .UoN. G. S. HAvWKINS.-- entirely
We hope to hear from the democracy soon in our hi,
and have suggestions made in time. so as pairs an
we can Vowt what arrangements aro to be sition, t,,
C vade,e. l.whlat time for a Convention, the creek to
it able. da R.
L w 4--


'C -nje at a forthwith, of the Intention of the citizens of this
gii~ place, to make application to the next General As-
'. e on sembly of this State, for a charter, for the con-
il.ii consid. siruction vfa Read fr)m some point on the Cen-
'; .rt, tial Atlantic ,nd Gulf Railroad at or between
B ,,dWin and Alligator to the Georgia line.
n" ',: resoitu- Resolved. That this meeting heartily approve,
S theand fully endorse, tie'! position Gov. Perry has i6-
ell *:. t.n the k.,- i.i Railroad enterprise in this section of the
f I prop.- S't:i i, and that the full nieasure of praise is a f<.-
,.; bl he rt'ilule to l I vattl iiig integrity of the mr!,
'., Iade I e l s ti o
.' 'hiLt devoi1(g )his entire en-rg- t 1o-f peoplti
't ;.t, .;sncail- inteirists. : .i '
':;: i 0rnce Onh motion of Dr. 'J. A.: St6.qprt, thie
,f t ,.,: ,or-. ChInirmnn was trqueeted to appoint a del6-
':e oliow- gation of twelve, to represent this commu-
5; i' n-.i riy.in, the Railrhoad4nefeting to be held-sat
o8a.'d ,? put Ocala, on Tu sdy thile 27th isnst. Where-
Sp.r' i'\ of upon the following gentlemen were nalned
i'" '. to wil : DI. J A Stwmit. D)r G B Payne,
i\a:' m!. f;lDr.1. A. Cooper, J. M Cr.xto, J Etiircur-
PS v: ti- s', ;itjiibl,-, J' K G!ve.r, J M Fastr
nO t. t <)'.E V e liightl, L W lPowell,G W Means aniid
T'le ii':: nIf I..C-! C010-ge leitnel was added as bchair-
*:, U nlt, mat ot tlhe dlli ition.
<., -uim) y to On miotiona.cop)y of the TProceeding
!.',i iss of was tordlerltd to b, sent to the Fiorida Hor1me
( itle, t Comipalion and Columbia l)demornt for
''n,,,< il- I ubicaion, with a rqt.st that n..wpapes
(illllnitttf ill the State grnc al y will give an inslr -
', ionu'ng tion.
", ,,,rii.- GEORGE LEIT'INER, Ch'm.
.-,. Key PB W POWELL(, S("'ry.
il. t [Written for th). Democrat.l
isid iii in-
,isd Memory Bells.
Co ulpany,
his ( n1111 1.'
S1sthat that V.M.
pos: d route flow mournfully their echoes reach me
Ino:.-, was from the sliorcs of the past, their dull hea-,
: if frgineer vy tones now vibrating through the dark
ta c:., cost vaulted chainbers of my heart, like the to!-
jroU. :kis &c., ling bell of the dying; it tolled the death
Is, a.Ids of my hopes long ago, why do their sol-
ri )>, s.';"ter emn tomn-s linger stilP, will no voice of glad-
. t;l:;it ness whis)ei again to 11my spirit. "The
)t De ;i 'r. voices of my Ihome I hear tlwln still" Ol1
e t! .:t ..",- imnlory, cease tlhy ditu lauinting voicc, i t


brief period I was happy, I dreamed on,
hapily ignorant of the terrible future the
stern hand of fate whs weaving for me, but
the awakeruning came. My handsome broth-
er returned for a brief period to our quiet
home. He saw iivy treasure vnd lof-d her,
by publety and guile tie made hetr doubt
7ny-. truht, she my. lovemy idol that I %ved
f;ir better than myj on life. But le4 me
' hurry on, suffice it to say they wem mar;-
ried, 'hAe knew all when too late, but she
loves ume still, thank 'God' for this only
bright spot in my darkened heart. I left
my ),ome, I am henceforth a lonely wan-
derer, he is my brother, and I cannot kill
him I could, b 1ar it better ifshe is happy, but
her heart is cr alshed and she is guilty "pas-
s:ng away," soon her lovcd furml will rest
in th, cold embrace( of the an-.el of death,
s,.'will bc:mine.in ;heaven--mine. -Why
iave T a opened these mausoleums ol the
past and .exhumed tho.e harrowil g memo,-
rie,. With 'God'.' help I have looked my
last into these dim recsse2. Bother I
forgive and bless you, lonig weary 'ears
may sp.ed t ei .1 mrch lto ,.te'i i -:nl I1
-til; liv 01. I Htla hol)(.le.s Hand deso at ,
eirtl) r' teasuljit ie is Otie frio e o nu ; but
henct-'forth myn life lal: no. "'e aifrle~,--
have a brihti ilnheritian e o wir ; hl .Iv
duties to perform. T"jic twji'i~giit tado vs
are gathering thick an' faqt, t' how!tig
wind hqs sunk to rest. Th, bro,-l Atlan-
tic's impatient surge has subsided into a
gentle murmur that canlms my spirit. I
will turn my steps homeward and resolve'
with the grace of 'God' strengthening me
to reach forth my heart with pleading
cries for the "pearl of great price" that
earth with all her illusory promises can
neither give or take away.
F .<.4W-----
Th p D,(!rt wartW r, Pcint
'"A!nlN. what perir' ,1 en'viyn
Thr man who me.1les with cold iron."
'FThr'e r;t i rld not con,- nTf Th PTrttrts
V-Pe 'C 11 rnn tlhi" n,'PndI--.P I) T n:, rPo-
Fi-v Sr]t I is :r nqpnn.". M", T1'"?i(f recenrtep ,
to fl?'t .with M;rsssi n;R.fles at thli'tV
PRP. MVr PoF,, d(,elined to faigh with
rfles and waS thlornplon notified that Mr.
RPiod ,nd his friend would be on the ground
nt 6 a. m. Thnrsdny, the 8th inst. with
rifles, to give him the redress he hl, de-
manded, and that failing to appear they
would feel discharged from any fiarther I
obli'ntinn to remain. They had previously
refhqspn to receive any further comnnuni-
cation from him. They wpnt to the ground
waite d nn" hour, and returned. Mr. Posev
sttmrntfer to re-oT)en "nfotintinns, fhpy
ref4scl tn noi nc: nnv omn'mlnlninftion from
him, inr'l rPtNrnr' hv t mnrninz rain
frnm W,~T f Point. So ends the contemplated
trnCedy.
A errl will apponrin n"r next islap ron-
tininc nall the facts.-Montogomery .4dver-
tiser, Apr. 9.
.-- -I.-,-. r.


Edward Evrett.
The general impression made upon ua by
the delivery.p "MrvEverett's great oration,
on Washington, was given in our issue of4
yesterday. We vruld not attempt an an,
alysi. of such a p'-duction ; we have no
powR, to convey he beauties of the rain*--
.bow, or to illustrate the brilliancy of theb
diamond. 4N.iive all along been inclined&
to the belief that the true merit and magi--
.cal influence of the orstiontdt W~ishingtoo
consisted more in the sacred nature of the
subject, and the venerated associations-
that are inseparably blended with the
name of Farther of his Country, thau from,
any intrinsic worth, or peculiar power on
thile part of the orator himself. In this, we
were wholy mistaken. :Worer it possible
for a man to be found who had never be-
fore hear( the iinme of Washington, or
drained of the :origit glories that have
crowded tins western hemisphere, if not
a i lmanklnd, tnrougn the in.t;itu t;nt lity
of tiii la'o.s, Veil nlt wouti lnsI(:?, in rap-
ture to tile e,,o(Iu lit Strl: in.l iE vcrere, 8:.;
p ionloulce iN ,ii i at "i.,":s ... : j
inad .drat% i wtu., II. i ;.4 h-
ciple.s fi,,i a SU ik: ,. .:. b. *.. '<.-, , ;.r-Q,,-
p ,i' 0e 1rt ul A)ll;.f )l, !i 1 :. .,3,;i: 1.-, 0.
atpililati ina ut .'- : s :- -'', ....do r ot




tio> :U Ci a n., el uno.ui'iq. ..Led by the 864.0.1-'
Vt 'i cou, .-;, S u p;Csi ,sid ..tio.s of .i :,' an
great Oii in <.d it'l aspi; .'. Gr,.. .,. sia(;
whose InairUes uffcje t n artiiie noblie task..
of Washington-. whose p riritp les are ot
derived fr1oIt the saue calle.. source oft
eternal trluty and whbe :thoightfi do niot.-
move u. t channel uncorruoted by the sel,-
fisi or sinfu" l considerations of ime anddge
sense-is auffi,cient for oie noble task..
The comparisons of bitshf gton weith oah&.
er mene w.'hoi r.ho "vri.'ld have called,, great'
wads gaict to conved hghl a-altical whiYu
the cpointas of ;univeius ;adi. other .ele.ntts
of greatesn.css, t a:.S tha wlk onina glaster -
telpt,.into ahi; were wovetln y pateiais
o that vloer ( iktd of hutan kadow iede. It
Tase sppaesing ability of the spe h wao,
I did mean to convey howeer, Mr. Yu.
a point of. universal admiration yet itj
greatest. chaim and. er:owning glory walt
the pur- inor.ality aud. lottly patriotism
that glowed- ia, every sentence and line. It
w -ts ,iie speeh oef the Atedea of the old
; kschol, ole who drank at the fountain of
Sth early pv riots ad. sages, before petty
Salmbilion, and. th last of ottice. had become
SrtLiug imoulsvs.uwith our public Wien.
1if therc-u-a^tiliag~ulull tm
aseu.blage, we k.owes tuwe- "uEe have
I bl.achAtd anud ie blood srn'eli r Ihe
withering, crushlm; xeulte Inoble
spirit that stood b
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t fy MBi.w"LiWIB MATTARa, comes out in
a flourishing ..advertisement,1in another
column, and offers his very large stock of
g" foods, on very fair terms. ,
We judge from the itali!ised notice. that
if those in arrears witti him, do not come
forwardtand pay up, tiiha the Lawlers will
hbarve something to do in the matter?.
,., *-*- ... .... .. -
The Florida News Again.
The Editors of the News, have again made,
a lofty attempt in editorial talent, to our
ramwer of the 3d inst., and with all syrn-
pathy for the Editors, we think they have
fallenshort of waiting an article worthy of
the composition of "boys." T:e Editors
after a long attempt at impeachment of
*or politics and position in a former article
letslose of every thing else, and with great
Omerity and fortitude come to the con.
clusion, that lake "Laoni," is lake"Lona,"
wonderful discovery. VWhat a wonderful
capacity for history our cotemporaries
have, that they have kept with such acute
prcision, theo xact namto of a certain
mud hole, when they have removed from
the vicinity, 'lo I these many years.' Now
what the name of a lonely lake has to do
with "democracy," "whigism" and "know
nothingism," so copiously used in the first
article of the Editors, we are unable to
discover, only that the Editors were hard
up for matter, a cause we are not at all as-
tonished at.
If the Editor has put on his real garb of
a typographer, and attempts to correct a
small typographical error, made by us in
a name, (in an article written for a joke,
on a party of our citizens, ) just because
"the truth of history" requires it, we
must, for the "truth" of orthography, cite
the Editors to the following errors in their
first article: 'Domocrat' for democrat,
'strenously' for strenuously, 'partizan' for
partisan, 'reprehensable' for reprehensible,
Miscretly' for discreetly, &c. The Editors
are entirely mistaken as to the 'truth of
history, in the Lake Lona', case. We will
give it as we find in the archivesof Colum-
bia county. "There is a pool of water near
thetown of Alligator named 'Laoni' from
the circumstance of two Indianis, named
Felix and Joseph, (bibliothecated Indians)
having been bitten by a kind of bird,
called 'Laoni' which had a body sinfilar to
a 'marsh hen,' and feet like a 'fiddler".--
We have finished Messrs. Editors.

The S south Vanquished.
The Lecompton Constitution which
Vr;-" "' -*' '"e 'lo uS thr ,of th a' T'''*'"


i:'u '- i )i,, i Ime strug'glc for calmnliss .re I comn nicn e
re ,c r,)"e this retlispfction' A stragfe r in a straniqg
ed, sh, rite land, I pass unliee(le, I have t.an. o
iich ti>e )n- conceal from the gaping .'ycs of wond;'r,
'tiit;..t I;', repressing agony of 1my ha art, and hide itl
,..',(-,g, eI' brief nnd loneliness, to send back the bir-
' L:.-, &c. ur ning tear, and lay the stern finger of silence
indice Mr. on the echoing voices of sorrow. How ma-
t. nybright hopes have been crushed beneath
citizens of the heavy waves of disappointment; the
t in aiding last star that hung in its strange beauty on
to hIu:.i.ug the bosom of the bending heavens is quench-
indpor;;:',:nt ed ; and far back through the gloom and
Gain ille dimnness I can gaze into the shadowy past,
%wou,': be and forgetful of the present, recall once
,re *;;.:d. id more with the vividness of present exis-
:.oi pay re- tence the loved lorms thnt once made earth
The propo- seem so bright. A few days since I was
>nl Hatchet on the broad restless ocean sctking peace
. tae Flori- b t.t finding ;f ."t r ,'riv! n the grow-
. ,;' ,.i;= :'. '*. : town of iernandina -.:., ;- -:.:-


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wri ten by
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There is r-. be an cnt;:- *
"as beauties, nuu ,Jim LAN.E, to Oe at tlle
head of the dramatic person, The 'Iell
Hounds,' of the North, are again to be let
loose upon the "nigger" 'Emigrant aid
Societies,' again to send forth -their 'llec-
cates offering,' and the soil ot fated Kan-
Is again to be the theatre of deeds, of mid-
night rapine and crime, of foul deformi-
ty.


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sented our subs
mand, d that po
should he put u
that said co)Inpa
.ine to Tampa,
company, to col
Gainsvii!e to Oc
Tamnpa to some
subject to our j
nectiion with (
are pleased to f
Gainsville are a
Tampa in their
evidence of a d
of that place in
of the benefits
ment system,
they have thou
in any of th Air
what at a loss
newborn chari
it, or to the de
through the T
but in either e
be just lateth:
3d. Because(
of the citizens
er cause,) the
failed even to
respectfully s'
this place, thi
men, express
Your Comni ;
resolution
Resolved
be, and is h
(he Main
tice of their' :*
pa line to a
the same.
Resolved, Fl


.V .} .-qlilop P!'rices very trll.
N!w YORK, Avril 10.-Crotton sales
, R iO; tnrk!o 7.000 I<),'. 1 -, ) ;I'.n' u s91'e t' ,* no:n ,,,
Vholt ,r:,' --r ,'rn tnoov c-..., 19 non
,l)i r., V. \\'i;t..< n-1, vn.,n-.," 7r r'n,-nen.
tmine firm, 49. Ro-ii sta lIv. 'R,'e qltw.

Inundatio- **,-',* 1tio i-u-n;,

Telopfrnphio ;sr,,,tcc! fr., -, i -t.l.ir,
stnt- that the rrv'-rs on #hi" Mclsiss'rn ,';-
v'rhnvop o;vn wv., ind thint the conintrV
is snhmr.r-d. The rx,-vr tnowS ofNapo-
leon and Pr.,ntiss are inundated.

NEW YORR, April 6.-The steamship
Florida arrived this morning. She had
head winds the whole journey. All well.

VARTFORTD, L,--The State elections,
which nme off yesterday, resulted in the
election of the Ronublhioin candidate for
Governor hy 5,000 rriajr;ty. The Legis-
lature, also, is largOT1p Republican.
: From WVlshlinton.
WASHmNGTON. April 6.-Tihre is no truth
in the rumor of the Cabinet resignations.-
The proceedings of Congress are unimi;or.
tant.

Washington, April 7.-The Senate pass-
ed the Minesota Bill by a vote of 48 to 3.
The House discussed the deficiency bill,
its passage is doubtful. The Kansas bill,
will be taken up tomorrow. A misunder-
standing occurred on Tuesday in the
Senate, Between Fitch, ofTndiana and Mr.
Douglas, some of the Northern papers er-.
roneously report that Mr Iverson of eop.
gia was in it.


the immunities and previliges of others.--
They have our best wishes, and we hope
they may get and have their equitable re-
solves put into execution.
1W *P -I--
SIt Havirng become tired of hunting
up and dunning parties indebted to me, 1
have determined, that unless they give me
a call pretty soon, to place their notes and
and accounts in the hands of an Atto:n:.y
for suit; Not that it would be at all agree-
able to me, but duty to my creditors andt
myself demands it.
A- J. SMILEY.
Mineral Springs, Fla,.
April 15th, 1858.
a M2 --1---
[CO M MUNICATED]
[For tim Democrat.]
Railroad Meetiug.
Pursuant to previous notice, the citizens
of Micanopy and vicinity, convened at
Micanopy on the 10th day.of April, to take
into consideration the Resolutions passed
at a meeting of the citizens of Gainsville
on the 1st instant. The meeting was or-
ganized, Col. George Leitner taking the
chair, and B W Powell, acting as secreta-
ry. On motion of J H Cosby Esq., a com-
mittee of three was raised to prepare a re-
port and resolutions upon th,u subject be-
fore the meeting. The committee consist-
ing of B W Powell, Dr J A Stewart and
R? S Stoughton, retired, and after a short
absence, made the following report through
their chairman, which report and accom,
paying resolutions, were unanimously ad,
opted.
The committee appointed to take into


iiglit ie acr0omn i :: .X tise
of nature, and n'tow the present is gone,
and the past is before me : dark passa-
ags cast thl ir shadows o'er my heart.
Those angry wave s are dashing in lelent-
less ftiuy cvtr n y brt.ve bother's for m
form his only winding sheet, their voice
, nios to me ladeu with solemn import-
sighing over his funeral dirge: I could not
st:nlmd Iside him in his last hour, but
these foann curled billows bear.me mourn-
ful messages from the loved and lost.
Far away, be-
neath the shadow of a dim old church,
where the wind moans ceaslessly though,
the trailing branches of the weeping wil.,
low, and the pure light of the glorious
stars hover around the sacred spot, lies
the mouldering form of my only sister, hte
was my idol, my datlinlg, bnt consumnption
.had long niarked her for its, vct m and I
knew we must part. Iti eld her in my
arms in her last hliur, and listened to the
last sweet words of aff action and exhortiA-
tion. My kIind father was soon after laid
beside his Irail flower, now blooming in am-
aranthine beauty in the mansion at 4God's'
right hand, My poor aged Inother sits by
her now desolate hearth-stone, the light of
reason has been extinguished by the dark
flood of sorrow that swept so wildly over
her,she talks mutteringly of her loved ones
fancying them stiUl around her"as of old,
And now let me record
the darkest episode in my life of trial and
disappointment, I loved wildly and passion-
ately a fair and gentle girl, I had won
from her 4 confession of her love, for a


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Daniel We: ster to theipoet bo ceas.
SAiHINGTON, :iay 25, 18416. ,-
My Dear oir--- ou'c ii A:..'.
hnope tills k(tt"r v i t %- ;, .ou ..
I iy uny pcrsona- ar-i p,,.r ". d..r.
lV et'eu 'j'Vin t f ] *; -, ". .. ..
was t Eni:..,.,. ii .,...,.
taince tfJ ..i j i.1 j-4, t. ". .. .. t,
Lord Ronk" W.
j'cti' thle great co: ;.,nr ; ad.
lie renimem'bered youi .nd lie iias, tlicretore
a great pleasure to come.
Mr. Everett is a scholar, if we may be
thought to have raised one in America.
For some years past be has been ettx.ag<4
in political life as a member of Conairgsa"
and Governor of Massachusetts. ie' now
goes abroad with the intention o passion
some years in France and Italy., ifanmi-
ly is with him, but he has iqfQrned'me.
that he thinks of leaving thm in "Paris.
and of making a short visis to P adeo0 be-
fore he goes into winter quarters, ou th],
con,.inent. As he is my fast f0 413, IjCQom,
Inend him to you ,ay?. M r..Rpgers, &a
a sort of "Alter Ego" Lbut h.9 is. a tuch
more learned 9 ,Wore wise, ada better
"Ego", than a. wbh writes this. Have
the kindness ,tp.spke kim, rooa at Rolland
House-
A thausanb Weesigs attepO y.u1, my.
dear si4 ad. many bappy yeera yet bi
yours,
DA.I... WaBTB e.

Look at L ke,


Why should we struggle more? The
cry is, "There shall be no more Slave
States*" and too true does that mandate
seem to guide the destinies of the South.--
'Forbearance ceases to be a virtue,' and
long has the South forborne. The intel-
lect and wisdom of her mightest sons have
been strained to the extremest tension, to
adopt and devise means to settle this un-
definable 'imbroglio'and when the dove of
peace with olive.branch in her mouth was
poising in the air, to alight on firm found-
ation, the falcon Crittenden with his poi-
sonous talons,struck the olive from the
dove, and implanted the upas, and the
"Dead Sea Apple," in its place. The sen-
ate,.has refused to concur, and we have
great faith in that body, the whole thing
is a sham and a fraud. The hirelingg' of
the North could not live of Kansas were
in the Union, they would actually starve
Out for want of a fort to commit their crim-
inal machinations upon, and just so long
as we have such scoundrels as Bell and
Crittenden, with their Southern K. N. le-
gion in the halls of legislation, the flowers
of Kansas will never bloom in peace, nor
the husbandman take his evening march
homeward, save to the cries of anarchy an
blood,


DEMO C RA.