The Florida peninsular
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Title: The Florida peninsular
Alternate Title: Peninsular
Physical Description: v. : ; 70 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Thad. C. Andrews
Place of Publication: Tampa Fla
Creation Date: May 9, 1857
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tampa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hillsborough County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hillsborough -- Tampa
Coordinates: 27.970898 x -82.46464 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1855.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1874.
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended in 1861?; resumed in 1866.
Numbering Peculiarities: Resumed vol. 1 in 1866.
General Note: "Democratic" <1856>; "Republican" <1873>.
General Note: Editor: Simon Turman, <1859-1861>; Sam C. Craft, <1866>.
General Note: Publishers: Simon Turman, <1856>; Wm. J. Spencer & Co., <1859-1860>; Wm. J. Spencer, <1861>; J.E & T.K. Spencer, <1866>; T.K. Spencer, <1869>.
General Note: "Here shall the press the people's rights maintain unawed by fear, unbribed by gain."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur" -1866-.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 3 (Mar. 3, 1855).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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.. .TAPIMRID4 .PEMI\SL1R. Frum "Porttri Spirit of tkt limn." full light of a will! ruu id] into hll its life, as | Thomas Jefferson. Joel Barlow, George I A SLIGhT .18TAKE. Ml'RDER AKD DcaTRCCTtOK OF THE BOOT

THIS STB!> CE, XIMERIOCS \ OELD.IT those U-ep, earnest toni'S tpeak of thu Independence \\'aliington; unite; in.. their pra: >c of this Jim Ward! is a conductor on the eastern BT riRK-A HORRID CASK.-Some light "'-.. '
...- -- cf America-her glorious futurelitr I wotk. Long after its publication, JtfiVr-I J division of the New York: central Hail- has been thrown on the mystery of th- :..

1 "HIICUTIC, WEEILT NEWSPAPER. n>LXT JoDx&0x. }jxt'ple, that shall swell into countless, son pett" Government ship to bring the j road running daily between Utica and AlI sudden disappearance in January Ust.of .:
1 l WM M' >d >L i >_r>_j-)jiJ' if_ -w-----i V millions-h r navy that shill whiten the author home from France; Washington: I;' l at,)'. Ward has been in the einploy! ofi Mr. James Wadded, ion of Mr. "Waddell. *

.JPUILIIIIED: XYSRT SATURDAT, BY THIS it a trange, mysterious world utttrmost *ea, -her destiny that shall stride: invited him N'r'< shelter of his own home; the Central! Railroad fur a long period of chemist of Brookliu.! The young roanwas : i

i < Siflion Turman, Jr. Say don't you thii.k so.B.lI- on over the. \\ ret kl! of throws, to the Universal Barlow descriteu: 'him, yes, the man in the j years and is one of the oldest conductors ntisse4 from.his father's farm ourLachwlllen. -
'O1c-Baiemet-room- Where t'ery man hit foot doe rain Empire "f tinY uttru Continent I brown (Ol\t. u "one of the most t'ue\'olt'Dt in the country. Invariably accommoda in Pike county, Pennsylvania I. j
/ originalBtitdiny To help you dowu life'* bill f fI Then behold and diititerwsted of mankind; endowed with ling; and polite, he is particularly! attentive under circumstances which: ltd: to Lbs

,:. !Algt fronting on Whiting love indeed to see men kind- They rise round the table-they press the clearest perception, an uncommon to the ladies, and always manages to arrest of a laborer on the farm named MarOurk ,
'8',,,", Tampa, Fla. tlm in tho brown the hand share of original' and the who has since been incarcerated in
Bat then I'm cot to flat man coil by ; genius, greatest make himself favorite with those of the :
;-1f:*:r. -rIll : A* to desire from their souls navtiic'irgitli. planterW",hington.grapsloili ; breadth of thought." fair sex who! accompany the trains under Milford jail. Last week:' the prisoner offered ......; f

IDidriotr. Such Itrili.. help aa that. Ills liHiuls Hiul in H voice deepened by In Auguat, 1785, after the battles were his direction. The Buffalo Republic relates to give some information which would / .
: Bolltn per Annam-liuriabljr iiiiutuiii, bgs him for tii" sake of God, to fought and the.empire established Congressin the following anecdote of what happened clear up the! mystery and Waddell, .. j 1

__ This U a tlracga "mysterious 'lJ'orJ-! wiite how.- wurds in book a solemn resolution stamped the author to Jim, becausa ha didn't know Jar., wa at one. a.nt for to Brooklyn On ..., ,'r

bYUtlD ft..ill be inK'rt on the r\uow So all tkeladi** My ; A Kiok that shall! Ue loud in all homes of CVnmwa "SntN with their approbation. male from female! baby: arriving at Milford, the prisoner informed j ,

t*ag terms: A. with Br.emrimnj4 d with roses fair: and thundered from all the pulpits in Amer. a. one of the greatest of the grcut: men of A short time since, when. a train under him that his unhappy son !had beta ,hoJ.y --
to church to the Re" lution. I h a person [jamt.l.Edward Quick, who .
Oa Dollar at ta lines, or n7derfar They go pray; his direction was on its way east from Utij j
the first per squire Insertion and 76 cents (or And grow provoked the dear souls ares Do you eo the piituie, my friends! This book was the cause and forerunnerof ca, one of those interesting Incident occurred had been previously discharged by young
TJi.tt in tlie brown, the Declaration of Waddell and was known to have iLrealen -
niiin 'Ott. standing r. Independence.In -
!.aeh aabaaqnentinaartion. A liberal discount While kitting in their pew. on l lot>l"llhe( train which add! to the
flushed ml,' with the exciternrtit this>book for the rif-t tiin writ. .*l saying that his lima .
'Jterr tr ing were vengeance,
be tticc mea.Who've ::!. ,'ilibnumber! of
>will V. made to yearly adverti era. gated upon by young passenger, but ecarcdyecer I !
tif Ins : ton these words! "The Free and In- would come some day to him off )
own thoughts-thathplendidlyVirginia : great : : pay or .
else to do. im.re.isu the of tho
with the nothing profits I trip.Vard!,
marked num-
All adTirtwcmanU not ude dependent State .''' words that effect. Muieover all search
f.rnll'.1 ; pUuter on one trij.itrz ; p- : vf jlmerica he to J
discovered the
Its! soon as condition pf
\b.r.f'in.ertions. required, will ba continued This i il a ttrange mysterious world 'him l-v the h.ind, those gre..t soultd! Let u, follow this: man in the brown the lady hustled! about! and with the train t truntiirp |for thu Unly would: prove useless, as the :,. t

*BBt&. forbid, and charged for. Where many sorrows grieve us; men ciu-iri.lin.j: him i/n the oilier: JnhnAdin.is l.Utltlaough: the scents of the Revolution. forty miles! 11bour., fixed upt'' )deed li.rl: been committed while the lad lay I lt l\

Oaeq1aIre1forIixmonth; 110,00 And een' the women that ye love H.-I.j ;uniii\ Uu-Ii Beiijiinin Franklin : I portion 4-f the and had: her : ;le..p in bed. and} that tho body together J
Legal .r other bnslnesa cards rer an. 10.00 Are oft tbe rttolrav us. 1l.h .-ir glraming e\es shine with oin- In the full prime cf early rnnnhotxl he3u1115 ,ey..tI theieto.. express.\ prnsitinn by the nameot con with the !sheets had been burned and the f\\
_ Application for Letters Adminutration 6,00 ,.. the of the he .thnre residue thrown into the creek. .
And then they saYs to calm our grie"W >ul. aril' rend on the sjrent d..II.1! I of he army re' ohmition: t Dm.her was on the lrau: his services neighboring
; !\.Ue.t.Dthrs&naCrea!ton. 10.00 Iou ai a brotktr" future tlr.s: (io, "4rd) I LXDEPENDEXCK) ) : : the crust and the cold with, Washington; in Quick was arrested anil) examined before .
you I were\! jrnmedUtely: put requisition and in I
Application for dismissal aa Adm'r.. 10.00 And larith soft, tweet woid oa xu, Let ti: "s s.-elio p.tss; !ctI f..Ithi"j! Jitij his nirn-he 5 i.. with tho.e brnve soltl.eis a short! time" Ward hid the ple.iture! vf anno'iming I a magistrate, but that functionary, .. a

I ..L..aoauDt of Candidat"MoO But Hint another.Tbi man in tkbrown co-it thiutigh; the year i. on the toilsomo march., ,, ith. I them to his anxious tlll\t'I not thinking McGurk's statement ,uffidiut'v
; Bills far'Job Printing 1I111&t b. paid on the ct 1775.; (I.y the camp fire, with them in the hour of mother and babe were ",Ioint pnjstngxrj aa well, I ly clear or, perhaps, btlicveing that thu i: .

i 'deUv.ry.ftlm i ....rk.T. ;. i* a ,trafl t'. mysterious word The dav sfter this socne. thalll111.1"'it- battle:\ could I Lie expected under fit: circumitanre3. at au-used himltlftlt the guilty party, discharged ,
In which we live and thrive ijini:i pl.iiUvr! ; Gt-yrge W,.!'thill"oll.! : Wli Why is he with them I IIi ." The mother was a and Quick r.n J remanded! the prisontt .. '4 ..
T. KK."H>t. -no. _AtLL'GForwardmg&Commission ._ Where half the folk are starve] to death I luirud Co mm'uider in Ch'ufof the Coutintiual the day d.uk-hlLs the, battle been ns oon 115 it became known poor Ward woman went I to jail.! Mr Waddell proceeded to the locality -

House To keep the ml alive; \rrr. '. loOlh'-do! the American !sol.litrs! dts- around! with a hat and in short time .1 ; where the poor boy was supposed to 1. '

KENNEDY DARLING Some are in waat. and a'.l: have ills, And! in the! summer ,lays of '75, that pair }" Hark lilt printing.press yonder! handsome\ purse w.isrollei-ted.and.: with '\ be and found several charred bones'and .
which moves with th' American in fragments of half-burned! clothing on a ,'
Vet teem to mind it not; man m tho brown cost wascf.i wHiking! camp his iKUiitenanre: : absolutely! filtering oil t 4
UBeLESUEilETAlLfiERCUA.MS, But they grow grave -hen thoughts intrude lip 1\11,1 l i!.i\vn in (Il'nt of the old :: tnteIl all! iu wandering' is scattering '; tsIth".ugh hapiiines lock: it in to the mother after 1/| ledge of lock as though! they had b eu i
the ranks of the thrown from the bank above. He 41
RESPECTFULLY the About gran-yard l lot. 1\I'\", his ;gri :-it forxie! illne in msrmlly.l.uiph.lets he rt-/ pptird the proposed I It.
pub- a : I written I the Author So':. passengers j the mournful relics his home in Brook
j lie. that they ar. stilt doicg t fuil "tlll.:=ht. \\InU-, wiih his hii.l pifrdl ,I by I thai the dli.I..houlll.: [... rained.Xosoon! :: I! to 'J.'l'Iyn
_] boaiaea at their old Und. Thia i i. a strange mjtterlous worlJ. l eh'iid: hi' (b.irk, ht wen: slowly alyng! ti! .- ilitr; written 'Hwu-tirtu on the head! of a t-r !siid thim dotip. Jim wuit :in nnd} got'' on Saturday night fur chemical anal,. I '

eormar of Tampa midnight tire, or amid the tht bil-y, with the consent of its delighud! sis. Thus the fate of the missing lad .
Slr .U LI.: Oarruvn and wilt short- I it it corses of the dead. PmpileU! thut stamp : teems fearfully accounted (llr. The detail
trvuung It it-well really now, *sy ji-Pvly girrtt, !Scizu: the qtrll: nnd write mother and brought it out, whenu w as
IT open their large and .all aborted Fall and hopes and truths in plain j jwirds ; pro- (.f the murder, as well! as the identity of
!great griat
eternal down the
WinUr rood which inTite the attenUa -By the j lower deep thought;. of hi. liran.Th i j pnstd: t limit it !should! be fnme.1 I "James :
of the pablie to aa4 which they they will ell for We cannct meet a well tried (friend -n forth j
Cash or Oaatry pradocf *. And with him uke a dr'nV: IL'Use ::Square=up ar-l ilown uti'/er' these army. I plnsuiati! who had! profe> iomlly' attended: .
from N,w Orleans I Tell me, wa! not that a sublime sight} to I .. S _
\ til provisions 'J he ;
i a reo te But tome stiff temperance mm will sty ( trn "nnd"r! < :tllll.t: af\'rrkl'n-lIt! j tie: mother. It WHS adopted by
hcraafter by each teamer. We are prepared C"0" '\\"ire on dettruction't brick. night;; tli"ie i- It i i'glit burcing; all \;! tti!! ,. see a man genius, who rr.ith! : base: hone 't lion, nn-l! ami-l: n gvr.er.d! shout IICdltlll\\ THE Vice PRESIDENT wnuocr A DIM i

t. pnrchaM.. adranca UpoD.liberal or uiP' MD. the! treik ...t.tl.I\'. a> an (orator H oet. a IIfydi..r, fwllowmg; |1 bntiun the babo wai named / :! t.v III ia ocItET.-A Washington J letter AtVARMNC.WO r
term BALViOU
UIAM. De r-.kios. Ac. upon Lit Usli.uk: in' i i wiih untiring; devotion. the I. ,")d stamped: : Ueerln 1 I SHop an amusing affair occurred there last
KENNEDY 4 DARLING.T ; that: gret: uin.J.w-i whit i \: r-. Jim, with I a smie! of illcont '
pa, Fla. Apl. 12. 1857 1 r. see you ihere !IA 1 footsteps ot'tLe Continental)' ?It ,t ;.: delight, was lugging: ; ;, otf his littc Friday. Mr. Breckenridge the Vice'President 't
: -. ru.J.and ( Ye, in the dark days of '76.< when the : went into a barber's shop for the
TUOMASP1I.\E.]1 \ I. r. :j'e< tt : W "- N. SPENCER.' in sUttiuit! :i'jj 1 It-side an old! Lit te, with: : !soldiers of Washington' tracktd) their f.-ot- .. h to ste the "J.ttlc! baby." It was passe.l benefit ot his manipulation, and having a r.

AUCTIONEER s.attred !shetts of pnjK-r all! alout him- I steps on the soil of Trenton. in the mow I.f from hand to hand among tIle Udies, all good have, put his hand in his pocket for .

TUB AUTHOR.UCRO OF THE AMERICANKCVOLCTIOK. the light;: tot"th< ull'nll.1: rnndle tip n j Princeton I there fir>&t among; the heroes almiiing the little bundle, but at the same tIm expected dime but found nothing, II 9C" j 4
TAMPA FLORIDA nnd patriot, there, uiidinchiug. in the hour even a cent! Here k for
his .1-iow-tlmt unfailing quill in his time H J genera] di'pniition to smile and was quandary '
OFFERS Lia liand. defeat' writing the "Crisis" by the light of stuff h..ndlard.itf" in their mouth, became tho second executive officer of this great .
: *. -, services to the pab- It wa in tit* lime when a bund of rebel! Ah rot fru nd", ymi miltnlk tone of the camp-fire, was the Author-Hero of.therevwatfun. manifest among; the women. Jim wotvdered republic. 'The barber noticing his custom-;;' ... _

S ._1k. 411 favors iD w j". "I L'all oe.lI.rhCDJ. 6IDuk. '( the sublimitv; of your battles, whose poetry ,- but wondered in vain, whatlhtstttbJxloed .hesitation Lt.l began to have suspicion
.4., T..wiook: '.lto tho hnlf-cW runka.pft : be abated : ;--O''
his line ..ilIJ .IiItigton an4ThiWHiIt .M .t.1D ..bc' ia botifsVftf' tkulbt; wbot jtortes'aKfSkfthe tr'- ; l laughter meant nntilthe'babe w a.* was "t.utcluJ himself t s-
4 promptly atteD >y, and tin nVidffeJ t>loyd of Warren and trophic of the but be"a,b..mbfe-but < ( '\ 'nirgton a army, we will behold each"cbrkr.gaurtx hamlctitoan old I.idy. She had not had but forbore losing his temper as from Mr. 0Ii.'s

>i. ..' tb, martyrs wan yet upon the gronnti-it for me, I ihereh no battle awfully'kublime > l"tll.y n gioup ofmdthimr':: : it more than a minute when she exclaim! : well knit frame, there was some pros-
anise r tds aloud the of the .Au of !his
0>b M r 13. '55. l.JY was in this time, in the blood.redsiiswn of a' one liklJ this< now being (fought before: pamplAtt : cd: p-xt being lathered too. He was ina
our resolution that A cene of some inter- your ryes. Iho!.s ldier. What hope what joy, tt Lit: : L-tw. 5u1.!" f fi cl.tc.ibl! state of mind therefore, when .
.f N 0 'I' ICE. energy/ gleams over the xeterin: fans nworua "We.j!! Mr.I B. very politely told him that he found
eat took place in thu ,-5ty of Will'mmLook A poor neglected author sifting in his ; wLUs the matter, KiM: Jim
I like theft'.' break (tn the frosty I air : himself in awkward .
.. THE und r ijn d b*r *>y giroPablic P.. .......... t:! rKt-the world! 1>Ot11timl'. Dm-e. all "* ; :Varfuv.!! an predicament ;
Notica thai po Claim* for ; Tbes_. arethe time* that trY !suuT.! .. '" he had not yet breakfasted, and that hu
yonder and bvhold tlmt solitary\ forgotten "ish'hill oul I kindled into I 11"1.1.. it's a !N[ "lIi.1! the! old woman, i ji
; a Lois in Wright,* "Robbery, or The suniBer teldvr: and the <>iii' liiiK> p. :ii- would! call in after the meal and
!: !
the hni.d.ng the l labe Jim. necessary
dim to
its through Warhe! :
light on ate that ( ;
lamp flinging dy plies list moving |
of kind, will i. aUo.e.1 ( n { ot wilt!. thIs cri-i shrink! fieri th '
Damact any vrvice I Lis bib!. Our tonsorial r
\Hod ia \"-...l. coutignedto; v*, unless Claim. ,adows of* neatly fuini lid finnn.Uroupvd qui 1 1. That quill writes down words on of kt tut he tint Mnn1it I Then rc c e a )\ill: of l.tiigl.tir! : ; the! men | piy fellow-citizen
1> mad before d lit ry frtm the wharf round tie talk, the glow' of |MrH-r. which ahull burn inlo the brains | country love; : : br. ke oat: ?; +t, th; n the \ orntn. tl.cn thoy muttered }his ' VT. a1to 1 *i i.e aoiice. that Goods will! Dot be the '!'atnp punir full in their fare, are of word like arrows winged with fire and note deserves the and thanks; of Ii'i 11"0 : bioke cut t'-g'tlur.: until font unirers.ils but coild! not help saying as B paI
to Cusig'eei .(uiDg f'ulatladillg'aapaid and women. Tyranny: like I..I!!. not i 'out of the door "iotne people do
.d.hYe'.d {ouijlCI'ma.-t j iJuaton L.iyer, It } hil..ld- I pointed with vilu'ol.Go !. ream [tilled! the car. jftvrr.d g--ntlf-meu i LusiDe
billa.) witlao W.poirnent G; FERRIS OD d..1irnY.so-So phi.Piii.Ur, PhilaJcI.Iii.t| UiKtor, und a I ; tn. bra\e author, sitting in easily ronquere-1. jet we hive I tl.iscor.sn'.i-! j threw" tair!: : hats: :,:;.1 mui.rsuut: of tie in that' way. and you may pay. Mr.rcd'nri.tll .
your garret tion with tho !
'hat the harder t
u.;. co:2.: .. took !
L"5 S z-tt. I Virginin Planter., alone at this dead \\ \\<. while:: othrs ieHtiTfd i ur.suo-1 I } everything M a gentleman
TalDr.or the m ,re glorious tln tiiump'i.' I ., should: and after made all
I Come siiti me to that lonrlt room. Let through: the silonta!,-lie' of the night: .-. -o'ul\: !!.', to ">a\\ thtir legs; < !f. The w o-( Lrt'akt\t
3A.MESGTTIS. us seat outlive there. Lt :'.. look into and God's} blesaing* fall: like breezes of Donotword-' .' tht-i* stir up the. 1 lood ? tIlt n liUshtd; iin-l !.r rtatn.d: t1.tt! men < as "right" as : .tritc' The tensor felt
Lmw with! the Yet can you imagine their dr. t when! i shouted! nnd) held! tl.eir) In th I II 'rather queer} ,, .. r(1 tho matter
Attorney C* M ell r at the faces of Uieee mm-ili.it mnn June upon your damp brow. Go on, in ics.: ?
read to the;. of stnrve-l: and bleed! : but hkes be
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group about
midst li tins! of fun
-tuD':- cold brow and rttolute! look is one John the name of God nnd man for storm laughter: [
1t"7 PUBLIC. you arewriting soldier*, l Iy the red watch tire, ifi the cold: .- -C-
t J.TOTA J-m Je his ..
Adam, front Button; next to him iu the I thd thoughts of a nation into m e-i'miIt' car with his !
101"C.ran.f ;,., .t .Fr..IU.-Strut". calm-fared Benjamin Uu-h: ; there you seethe I air of.the winter-dawn ? : fiina'f: "J.m; \\ nrd Ueei-l.er., and.! t\r the I I YofXG \\- .
Tjp I'llM birth.For Sui h -ords a> these !stirrol up th' straved of the, .f the -Our quiet little town has; been thrown into
F.b. IOth.1SIS'fr :; ITI inaiked face of the Printer, one Benjamin : re..t trip. on It.l'td"rm f bag-: .
I day, in rtie 1775. C nti entaU kouFrcntonan.I I
Franklin; and last ofisllvoureyer.asupon ; many year was *' to theattni : 1! gigf car, ruminated on the Middon! ehan1 a burst of wild excitement about a domestic
that man in the brown coat feen walking there in the dawn that morning.Geoigi .
ART' ij'orious affair of
a man distinguished above all! oilier* 1 yet and mutations of human I.l'e.: an atrocious nature which
: A_! :: 'I.*w" .&". by billuigllt. the uolle outline*of hit form I upan.! down the State House Square. Theproud ) Wa-liinston.! standin\ ;* "wotd in I transpired ia our taidst. Mr. ',(we
him .... -
Tory p-wed by with acorn. Yet hand 1 tile ,lrl4J [ of the IIt i.inIlhol
.; ...-.ftOaI. >>A and the solemn dignity of his brow. That orcr Utly i withold his name on account of his friends,)
; L :d JfILL- OarrHrtJE" .kk Pr.ctic in tbOr man 5i namedVa>Iiinglon-one Mr. he wns thinking great thought, which ('"nlc,1 the mngic intlutnce of the EnR\ORDIS4nTCA'fISE: :' I SS1rsC'r.-The! a young gentleman! fortune and family,
8oa....., ait, aad twit artof the Washington from Mount Wrnon. I would eat away the throne of that Tory'sking Author-Hero's p -n. i i mos remarkable: instance of instinct or' 'not long ago led to the altaroneoftbehwe.liest .
EMUrmjObwitr "H. triuU tfcat hia habitual George ; The T o \.the vulgar rich man, the, The vilest of this .'tuthorIIerc,
: abase
r enemy that remember i of her and to the time of this i
And these men are all Ufrtnbers of the !s.i.icijy; : ; itt :a dog we to MX. up
h I. lUDttv* U boaiaaw, will secure him a "mall dog in office, pasd him I wilh hiteliU of the. En lih
by Court
, I evenh
!; xes. have heard of.occurre-l in the of f Fair- act
CtfceklBd f orl baa heretofore r e- Rtbtl Cohyrtit. They hn e m.-t her, lu town most extraordinary) they appeared to
t. "4-urn, l.ut mrh of ceiiiu look him l.y the .> the libeller of, JcJL-rM.n. and Franklin
I :" ; ceiVI&, of' taik over thejiffairt of th.-5r. oUllln'. Their |1Ihn: a few days! since, : it:1'i tU: Two i 'live in the fall enjoyment of connubialbliv.
L k T 1)ee.'t\.IU'". 1-y conversation; i. drt'P'IOf't..J-l'"Utl ;>-hurlieJ. arm and railed him BROTHER. Look yonrl and h.li"'n as lie navcn, 1 he, a thin? f children! betwetn the axes: of live and ?ev-1 I .. The particulars are briefly these : .
r -_ d.- j Therein A lonely.garrH l. nisrht after smut in '.-'tli that kiser masters
l were
f (On __
j the middle! of the Thursday Mr.
: man .tm. sfmid to g'uo utterxme en years were playing mnvrairrglasr r. -
: r- ., A" .A C JL R D. Every burn that ,
: of. night lamp burns and ahiam. d of him. WMS forced lorotifev* tint :
: tlie f 1Jt bosn. I stnct in Fairhaven. when an unloaded! :arose at hat-pa! six. Ho dressed him'cf!
services to thuuglits Co j
sUit olf hi :
D. r* ;
, 'n BBA5CH.iL turns till .
l.rciik of .
on, .br.I i"The f't''iion tf tt'ifiinyan; Ira not riartfurmidalle : with! ut driver drawn bv with 1 Imis: usual deliberation! and
tba Ci.iaens Tampa and surrounding Cuf.fiMI\tlon-iLe gibUt-the axe !- \\:t'n: > a a run taste. Just
; .t ..jj..to-.tr7. Ie TlieM! ; have been the re"ard of 1-r.ive minl I ."- }li<,,t t. i he work 5 ic d<;ne. At I la't crn: "ping \ to the Jjritii./s than the ;tr. of"I] away; horse, w-ns een IIrprthhinil': : furiI ; .!his wife w.is about to robe hcrsell'in heriLtrly

t. '?faaP' Apritlt: flU '-tf l vlorr now, '" hf! dared tjxk tre.,,on "gnin. t I ; the livid sheets in his trembling lixnd, i time author Common ,< hatir..nt5.:: tl1 brutal husband deliberately

-k; i NO TIC I hilt M..ji->.ty by the r.ll.c of (od. "lliere- trembling because feveri-h from llw toil| 14 there a heart; I tint d... not tl.rob! at : !:in-1 and mastt'bretds:!t who WH" !h'- \ hooded! crown ikirf.nn.i ,
,...: of the brain the > of the. author of the I.,'elr.t.i.n
r .c1 H E .nd r iga ba made William 8. PpenM. fore, i the conierSM'.iuri of the: toUr p.itriot> r -hruilics forth ono morning*. nnnn ;in:.: neir siw the npi'r.H.hill': : peril!. and; Joil'rtlr! seating f himself upon it, he
: collect all amounts ; II U>jk}: is written. it now mnt !I... | i -illc, \S JEFFEU'CV, the littsmanlltro : the of : "1
: i .t. >e*r1 .. bta ag utto burdened *ih; ruC/talls! / ; xnd go! .>m. ( (printed :' go'ng: to rescue th-Mincor'Sfjous! ;inniKent I'c.m 1..nct.1 singing am sitting on tho
J. ;c v.4tth. P.ains.lar Offie' up to thio date. lit They, talk: of Banker 11:11.! of Lexington, 1-!HHtUi.d! I to tho home of A HIM it'a. lint! of the Ittrvlutitn .' <.. "k.(.k ip: I l\' their tlotl.ts! il. h's 'stuff Mary." ,,c. Iii wife f.miimtmd.V\,

: .. ,. ;..: Is aat.kori..4' receipt 11I1 AS.Dame.. JOt'!, of the blvod-lhirtv British1iuistrv, vf the I OlIe. printer will tOilets the book not a l' And( do \oiir\ he.-trts throb at the men- teeth first Olof the ciildre'! and dvpmst.e.iI 'understand; his lawyers will reiy upon insanity -
i4 ,"J- ,.; : 18 If. weak. and inervilcfe BmUh Km. pulJislu-r but grows pale: at the si.rhit i ofthe I. lien <.f Ws nam. and t'd refuse to l'>tY ten i the little thiixotitcf:; J.tUtr: on the} sidei '' for his Jlfcnc .- Cynthiana l/\y.)
i .Tui'pa.Od..10tb..U .. ,
_k.-__ ; -Then, from tb'! lip of ri.itikhn; come 11)05.. jny- iel: tot.IIU'tt h rtdjcu-! .., f tlhtj I !: trH-nte. of one solita'r. .pupation' of jll"I i i walk! and then rctuIIIl..lnr.,1 took the other I, 11"e.
MANATEE PACKET. Iltii.ih i M Monarchy U-i. it : tire: to the (It tiis i>niitier : t. '! .
JLAJlP Be the great question-Where i.* thin war to I ; "av? speaks numory pi'.not I\n.lnv! placed! it :lrd!)' on the walk. I4 j S -

''Is THE COHMOD10CS and fa.t end t Ate we lighting; only f->/ ain ili. ng\? out, in pi tin word's lhat nothing! now re- I his (,re-runner in the woikof FrHnloin.thf A: th wagon W.K p.Wirr.; the dog made: II i A \ find the following:

_'S ,t.. sailing Yacht. DA KICK' 9. the British Miu!..try f Or-or-fur the I riMins to U loo |but to .-lared the New I Anther' ht.rovfthe( Ht'l:1ionTIIll: :i sprirg! at the horse and! tried: to seize I ., : notice: in the Southern '
& obituary Statesman
+. U. J. O-ttE it
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1 : GK'CE-CarL rld frrc :HI.I! imlrj-endt. '
; bertwooo. Independence of our h.ititc intid I hint by the nose, bat i.led: 'o stop tim.0 .
.,- ;.._ 't .l "> Maaate BOW aad earrying Una plaee.the U. S. Mail There is eilenie iu tli.nl! rouin. I I i Tli-.: !shocks: the trembling printers I ..._- \\' : }h tve tKse curiitus ficls from a I:-n- puWisled at Prattvile!! Ala. Ther

ta p..sqi apply to the CapUin Washington, AJ.tlla, Uu: "h. M look ii-to tout h *uch. a III.MS of treaoonnble: .stuff !I- A Sricr P.ETORT.-un.\Y do } oi find!I :,: tlem.in: ,,1:0'! e veriv".ty i is: un ju ;sions.l.e.: are doubtless! miny) deaths jcirly: fr..m'this

: 1::. J.. r. tJibt; each other's: Cu-c!', \nd are silent I ner, But ki la.t. .1 printer. i is foimd. a my ,In'o-r.! 1I,1.l'.1! a charming: ; dnn.:''it*.r :.f Who slu'l say thit! the brute creation; is (:uLut it is Mrldom: the case thatwe

; 1 431w. bound to England by tiei of nncf'try- Scotlom..o. r.itmed 1 Uobert: U.:111 I! I Write Albion 'ho'e hoops hate actually! reach--!I : .!..i-i.i.1. .,f ritionl; l intel'; i-nie afur this!- find it candi-ily acknowledged.I = .
lao uage-r..hglulI-ll.c \' .ry iJeaul s ihut. name I.n jour l.enrt: for it i is worthrpa the limi; of the ro-o'S'l.: !.., (.f LT! X.. b..- ': AV KtJjttrd Mercury. s
: AMPA TIN-WARE Htiou (rum her ...tins a Mt:!' ilieii )'. "I'M"I I t I >t 1 r.\.f..t... lit tfllflf'HI/1t-.1 tlIO't kl<".,,e I I tween two cf'urt..i\i in one of tho e Lori- ) on Tuesday evening, the 10th in-
ltli their tuWII.IUII1I. llicir ... : MeJincfr's l.ndrilJ.! .. "E.iit's: : .. 'Mnt! in I'rjtt\ie!! Mrs. Mary S. Gen: ,
Yes JK-O>IC ... i m'o tyjH-. :In.I\) ihe I Jaiuiry.177ei ,i I { wife ofWra. Glenn.=
; : uJactorjjt murdered-Dunker Hill: Mii/ku; ) ihrrt-, t (".ut"s.)7l Strut Eirst on the people[ hmin.iori.! a'I -\\'r.1 I r!;.. :::':I!l.lnt :tt.I! f.II' y.ra,; KXCITEMEM: XNZt. Ml\XE PT\.-A

Lexington bletdinjj! "JtIlcr-r.t.U.. tliticolonUts *- ,;I I of;luNw \\ltI.llk| e a pr.'r.e. \ I I i ionHoblt' officer; "it l.Tfl-4; t.\t'k: '<> mv Paul Minnesota!: ) of tie i7th : The caa"e of the decease of Mrs. Glenn: ,

e rttpocUully lafoitnt the tit cling to the name of EngUiiil. y.', tllat IMHI'IJ;: I.ur.i.. <:n lh" hearts mind: sine of the \\'t'dl' rtcohe.tiOn-!! : .. ( paper in the prime of early \\"r.m.\n'IOJJ.' ] WU the .
z boroagh. and adjoining Counties still shudder at the big word that chuke* : and homes cf A ml rim, like light from my life."Thi-. i... :grit.ifs-tt';:. in.r.-d! !." u !hi.p.ered ,- ut.: 'v : inempratl: use of snuf. We hop the

., S, its1-Ttmp: that ha U conaUntlyartlelea their utterance to 'pt.I k-IsDEPtNDEscic I I.cln.It I the En !li,h mertei"e:: "eu,
: will make of Tin border,Zi so. nything Copper and in At this moment \\hile all i is still! H \ isitur I i i4 read! by the! nitihar.io nt lms; bor.ch; i one of those! pretty fans whuharctallfd : arrived \esieniiy, iron: below that great selves in the tue of thai:; unhealthy inJ"'tcE: t

:. r- :* Aotsst Boti o. Call aDd let ia announced. A man K>me,,'lmt hort ill the nirn II1\nt' H' Iis dol; the pre.: .-her! in II t Victoria fans, l K cau e the Queen resorted -i', excitement: prevailed, : W.ibashaw, in cotm'eq'menee -' will take warning from th url\ "

.: S .... larfa Cot:.. Pot oa Jack statue dad in M coast of faded brown lie i his puIjMt rea.I' i it to his people! and *seat I Iters to one in looking at a hazirdoui :, of the, distribution: : of the! scrip to this: unfortunate laJr.ropnco .
--. -- flaiUra. bimaelf that ba so'' takes his eat at the lab'.e! i is intnxluitd to I its :gn.it tru l.s with tie teachings of. picture which! Kmj Ltoj'".l-1 of Brgumliaenl !; : I 1 !halt': : breedsIt *eetns th."n.. :shield: ._- ;

F,, o1ess1sxi4rtai1ucheap cilia these gectlemeu! by Fmtilliu, and then informed I 1 t'tl"ti"lI.. to Pnnte .\!l.trt; "will it p,.! be !' the commissioner; appointed to dispo c(. ? ; PAPERS.-An exchange BUT*. :
can ia tba of the ; under discussion. "It I ,k th. of tlie! leairifulI the in with lion. E.: Wash- "When
1Ot&.tIU. loc I 'uist frrm th* pro cap the great indi-cnet :t.on mine i sctip, company : a nan gets raaj anc stops hi* paper i
L. : I Look upon his brow, his dulling eye, n* Dr. Ru h. with an ffwt whl, Ii/hi.s been rarely Jtir.. h.1II I hatv ut. :\dt.\nu;:r: of Fe.Not i bsirne: wits: rrc .r.!, and! that as soon as the be always borrow* next of

BAKERY.ProprUtor. : in earueat word he pours forth his soul. :*I pro-lu..t',1 by types or !par{ iu any ....ml.h.. r. ":: at all." rtplivd) th.! h..,.,. ( orip was :gve.n;:: to the half: breeds, thev his neighbor, to see if the numbr,! Of '

Washington, Ad.m Uu-4i, Franklin all age or country: (,tIe '.1 the London Tune.-). .it i is the Cri dtsi'rd! : the !settlers! to vacate: the premises, his patronage hain't killed the editor sal,

-t # : are hushed S into ailenue. At tint the mnn I Ramsey! in !m History of the! R..,o'u- mean' tnt und! -r which! I '(....nt. many: davs.. ', and I on their reftn'rg;: to do so. it was apprehended dressed the columns in mourning. This

: % 4t1 in the LroWD coat atarties horrifies lhcn 1 tion and his brother h"storhn.;; Of.rJ..n. nr yer to be f.rottn! on the Heights ofBaUkUva. r lhat H bloody time would! follow. : prows oat of the fact that none tf to how

; .J tyrlto Strttt; with his political bUabeoiy. solemnly stnt the) fxit that: this book 'u s : ." Here tbe conversation ended Grot excitement: prevailed! but their: spite \ this way, but the kind

% But aa be go* on, M his broad, aolid : a most important cacvi cC the separation 1 and I fAncy it will: not be Liken up 'CIDJLe : ,,, I Shields: and Washburna were trsing their I pfltho imagine that the world o
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THE PLOBBi PEMMLAB. rO MN ux: i rATiON.CAMI A c: A it l> .\ TRIP TO PALM GIIOVE. nambr\ tlnen who were more anxiou.f :1
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Americans. I f3
*" fir Tl'RlJ.Sir find in your paper We are-indebted to Col. C. T. JEXKISS b thel"ieigner or cn" "
,. Sufc\i:Manatee I Kla., t ,

I >81105[ TPI1A5.l. Jr., EDITOR&; F&OPB1ETOB Two Soldiers Killed, and Two Wounded May Cth, 1S3';'. ) of the 2nd of May, a notice that tnt for the following interesting account of not Je opporttfnity pass without la!. %

; To the Editor of the Florida Peninsular; : name has been presented by some friend, his visit to I'ulm Grove : i in; a more obedient and braver set of men .;

i. ,. FLORIDA. I PEAK Sin,-I am fain to attribute in the Companion it ])anorrat, as a suitable May list. Left Ft. Mvcrs about fi, p. I never met with.-ti Two Bother,.men were .

4' J rTAMPA: ... ... -- -157.' The rumor, published )last week,of an at: the article headed ".\ Model Coroner," person for the O.'licc: of Register of m., in company with Lieut. R. C. Hill, of also wounded in the. affairj ari" PPe ors that
MAY tack, by Indians, on a party of soldiers, at which appeared in the Peninsular of the State Lands at the coming e'ection.! I take, Co. K., Cth Ileg't, Capt. 1.. Turner, Indian they had to go every daVaftetater, and.

..*.* CHANGE OF TER1 S.The price Palm Grove, is confirmed. The particularsare "lId inst., to your pen; but am entirely at the earliest opportunity to say to my Guide, and 30 men. "'" had two fine the Indians ambuscadecl4lliern. in the Ham

If SubscripUoa to PENINSULAR is as follows : a loss to conjecture from whence its origin.; friends, and the Democrats of the State, boats, the Inline and Danaj arrived at mock. The head Chief was negro, and I I

Two detachments (numbering, in all : that I decline honor dressed in warriors full drew with '
TWO DOLLARS .per year-invariably The writer of said: article s.l) s. "it appealed mu the of being Punta: Rassa: at midnight.22d. a ,

in Advance. about 20 men,) from Co''a B. & };. Cth Infantry iu the :New Yolk: pnpeis." This leaves! us ,I considered a candidate for that important Made all plume, bead*, tc.; they could) _talk English. t
ncccsan preparation to
under command of a noncommissioned as much in the dark as to its truth ns if! office. I have many. reasons: : ruby I !should The men returned to the prairie ands
'- left in of boats leave, ; wind high and waves roling; Capt.
officer, were charge decline the honor if it conferred wanted the Indians ooL bat
he said be had 'Seen it in I hi i* travels! o'erl c-ven were to come they
t tom'Subscribers whose terms of subscription i Turner in the Mine, and! I had charge of ,
tta Palm while the mairbody
stores, at Grove : l me by :a convention of the would not but '
.) ''the Continent. I :1111 justified: howevvr.( upon pirtywhich preferred rt(eiiale
aro about expired, will receive the of the that had been the Jianaonly; went 19 miles that! day; fro .
troops ojKrating iu saying that the article referred to, i i..1 1 have ever: belong to. I hope of our men, at a distance. W. left in :
Peninsular, for three weeks previous to its in that 'withdrawn.The I I were compelled to make for land, and
quarter were that the! will fleet order in boats and Lieut. Hill i fiJfilleu i
the most unautlicnlicatcd) : and ribald ver- : : party some gentleman our 4.
discontinuance, marked with a opposite from which, water camped at Hickory: I'ass.; It was
their point i !slurs of the inquiry and searching1 of Mrs.'i .1.1i from the Mid-lie I or the West: ::" 1 run de- very order to the letter, with ereJit:t him-
names. could obtained about of mile I cold and' sea high out nti-
be our
being J a ; put s<
i Cunningham's; IL.ron.r Conncrv &i i rous of seeing; an even distribution! (,fl'uh- elf, by delivering the boats to a
; Terml-t2. per annum. tl. for six it in person nels and had uncomfortable meditated the'prprr
the men were compelled to convey I an night: s
months. | rv, put forth :n yet. Coroner Coiitiery not lie offices to till I parts cf the :State: ; kno>ving > llccr it Pavilion! I Key, and, I am j
barrels. It had been for four the of the and hsp
customary upon{ power might
:: ( only did not !strip, Mr*. (/o: 'ningham: **na- that the South has two !Senators and l to !ser, no accident: occurred ,h .
barrel while six others troubled water: and the of Him
to the ,
f 1 men carry accompanies ;, ked to the toes'ri said in the article referred the (lovprnir, I think it nothing,;: but right; power J regret that his orders. were such, as, I beicve -
JCJT At election for Justices of I
an two
them I who bid; the to itself!
as a guard.: sea quiet thes'iorec.
the Peace held the I to, but conducted: himself through this that the I Register: should cor.i; from some upon we could have got n fight if we had
at court bouse, on On the 23d ult., while approaching the : .
Monday last, J. W. Kobarts and Simon well off from the and mo-t trying oidc-al in a manner creditable uther part of the Slute, as it will:! be the I penetrated the Ilammotk any depth Sign* ;

Turman Sr. tlected.tit theJwcre cut camp to himself! and satisfactory to the rightminded ; means of preserving: the party and its All well at sunrise! -23rd. Made another of Indians are thick there, and if any of a
= were duly
fired considerable! number of In
..,;;"- .-. on, by a and justice loving citizens of the principles, which have just gone through; start; had a fine wind!; made the my friends feel. t desirous of visiting: Ui6

,. ., For the past two weeks we barer dians. Privates Siler, Co. B, and Springer :States: :rnclallt'. ]If you doubt the truth)' t the breakers of a popular election. l"nler mouth of Malco Itiver, and landed to Like Floral lalr late: mock, they can be suiv\ .
; Co. E, were killed: privates ILuter: Co. r
.SIfA been enjoying dtigIltrulsumrner! weather I of this :assertion I have but to refer you to these convictions, I In\\' Decline! !being: dinner: continued up the liver 1: anti, at 4, of meeting a warm reception from
E, severely, and Wolf, CH., slightly, DUr.I
f. _. _. -- ,l the .A'rie York JftrvlJ, of Sunday, April even considered a candidate for any e ifioo.Tho p. in., made! Coon Island in Galvan's Bay; regret that (en. Harnoy has .
wounded. Three of the remainder threw .
The weasels barn disappeared from (I rib., 1S57..owr; thoughts: must La'eL'cc'lI Democratic papers who hive: connected found I the tide too low to ascend the driver: .lered out of the Statt but from what I*
tt- away their arms while tho rest mad? a !
). our City, and usual health is again enjoy- good retreat. The was then fortified waiuliring: at the time: you allowed 1 my i.amevvith! the oflici; of State camped: all night; and took all necessary could obtain from the officers, they hava.
<. 'ed.s such a prejudiced article to enter tho columns !Re-gisttr: vvill! pJcaso! this:: ClrJ. precaution: against the whose
by a brcast-woik; constructed (of bar [ publish as a : enemy, explicit: confidence. in Col. Loomis, anal ,i ii itc
of yon( !neat little sheet. Coroner decided iefus.il become candidate. in. .
to we i is said that lie will
1 -- .rt rcls.llile this work was going on, the A country were : conduct the war on

Gen 1 JeSS Indians showed themselves.] dared the 2 hh. Left about 8, to lit.; went up: the same system blarney

home on Wednesday last. soldiers to a fair fight The soldiers went: and l a bright; able! scholar.! This 1 persecution C. T. JENKINS.Tampa I liver: ; it has no name in particular! ; we him success. I was most kindly,aatf hospitably

--- .-. -- out, and the Indians! retired to a hammock :'igiiiist the unfortunate Jrishman \i. Ri., May: Cth, lSi7. called: it (Calvan'i.; after the U\).. The firstappearance received by all the office I met

The it Journal its fix. because of his: Country nnd Cree.1uot! .
J31' Georgian The savages were led by a negro, who was .-- -- are Islands on each side, for with or had any official busine with, from :

r tures, material and good will, is offered for dressed in tho full costume! of a chief, he because! he violated .allY of the laws of this-, 'B'lir! 1-1'01'010..1 !SoiUhcrii Uiiivt'r-! near 4 miles and full of ot ster-ban. Af Harney down, particularly th officers of

tale. If not disposed of before tho 1st and several others could speak very good I his sduPtlYlCouutn:' Coroner Connery i i" to rl}-.--il'. {.(Million.Some ter that it has banks of some 2 feet in the Mil Uegiment, as they are gentlemen tin

r Tuesday in June it will then be sold atc English, and were not very choice: in the ]:, .tl1itc i incapable of being guilty of tin weeks ago we !laid before our height, find the appearance of a IJiver: ; it every sense of the word. I do not believe :

",. public outcry. This is a rare chance for epithets they applied to tho whites. I shameful!, dasiar.lly: emrurd act, l first laid! I readers :a general view of! this ;great educational i is very narrow and the banks lined with that they can !out in that prt of ;

J. any gentleman possessing the requisite Sixteen In.Iiai| were counted, and from l to his charge: ill the eolu.'itus of your paper.. i i scheme!, accompanied by a few remarks mangrove trees ; its appearance Iook very the peninsular a month longer. I met

t II capital and qualifications for carrying on a the signs i it WAS I'ul'l'od there were amany lie did strip the uj>j>tr portion uf her perxin of heirtv* ;api-ri.val.!. Since that time cnriou*. the limbs of tho trees all point some dozen officers who had just returned ;
news P a Per business. more. They whooped around 1 as in duty bound lie deemed hiiu>elf t he sub'crtJ'crt of the ":-Ivut hcrn Ui.iversity"; J ai; d enter the soil 5a every Ji- from a scout; they looked tired and tnu-

# the camp during the entire night, and] retired I compelled, but no further.The It h has b.-.-n attracting,,; inctease-d: attention rectior.:wnwrt. We ascended the ri'erth: burnt, but had secured no glory exceptbro.
FATHXK O'KuL-The for writer in this
.. sympathy iu the morning; the 24th, on discovering i your paper says! pr i thrlIi..uL; the South and\ :SouthWest. It I lion those tho cank en health, and they looked as if die .
tens since his accident in extraordinary zeal in the uf ; lot working l.o\t. haJ II
._ good man, recent cause justicehe '
the approach of Lt. Hill with ado Ii is! :i :suhj"ct which, grows upon{ its 1 lle ready for the could not have gotten admittance at ", .
i guns I common tncrnv of the
,. Savannah has been universal in that (the Coroner) should be stripped him .
City !
tachment.The plan{ whi h it is proposed to be the National Hotel if
1 upon( 1 j they prevnNdthemselves.
miles I.t
it evincing the high esteem in which ho is elf and tanned thoroughly with lashingcowhide I f.unll'l country; proceeded nl.out. amid rrcp.iud
r bodies of Siler and l Spiingcr were ed!, is on a scale! of such m.ijniflccnce disembark I do not Me how any white
: leaving (two men at
held. At latest dates his condition
decidedly words
that fact Now
I --' was found and t buried bv Lt. Hill. They m were I ; or to : (! all tho liberal and] enlightened; 1 portion of: ;the beat.vvero; now near the detachments man c.-\n stand scouting six months in that f

s encouraging. : would a 1 vise thin gentlemen, \vlnxrver he our Southern cotnmotnvealtii i i. I i
scalped, whipped and mutila I. waking; section without broken constitu
indecently which were left there} from Co. 1 H. it E. haying a
may be, to l..> ca.til'lIi lest! ho recommend up to :\ due sense of its vast importance. |
ted. The know that iu e-f the :Ill! II': \g't, to guard the ; going tion. The tr.pi wguIfirA and volunteer.,
cstablihmautsumowhere i
t jamIt is demonstrated that, notwith I this cj"cifllll1.-"I of punishment in the people t l'ot.
,4 In accordance with hU instruction h had hard work and\ but lillla credit "
*, ave
in is looked : tl.e
our region ] through in mind of f
;: upon : i laangrovcs put me ,
\itanding the jeers of the Pressi. Coroner's be Sill.I
e' ungenerous Lt. II. removed the boats: and stores andelivered I j 1rreK'ucc-pistols might a :a fixed 1 f.lct-art fe..illlllin'; to cast about 'I It |, t the I Devil's .\ fellow! had. to from those who know not what sort of 1
and ibe, nblicat the introduction of hoops, stilute. Wild Irishmen are proverbial, t them, and consult the best location have to in have
;. them to the Quarter Master at I upon 1 1I j imagine himself acoikscrew country) they scout ; they j
t" they have considerably enlarged the tyhereof Pavilion Key.STILL. i the-, world over, for their preference of pistols I This is as it should 1.\, '. AS it is intended i ito togctthrough, no fine camp doings-nothing but cup and

!: of woman. -o- to cov, hides.Hoping ; become. one uf the perm.inent ii: .titu, I J'I thc! {nl. I !>lOI found mcl. in n I beautiful I I blanket-that i is the amount uf their r.uip ,

lions of toe :South:: I I. one whose I great and |prairie, very rich I. and t I am confident it could I I"I'J.
--- .fa .a.----- :; that: itt j'.i'tce; sake, you will inert ,. i -
LATER. -.I l intliK'iii'es 10110 and :,
\. :: are acknowledged l ]be made a tine +sugar plantation by little lat --
The Savannah Georgian & Jonr- this in your newt issue, and felt long) after the noble! hearts of its :I .
.1. -.. ... sal or: the 10th ultimo, announces that One Man( Killed, (111<1 rive hundred 1 am, vourw, tr., prts.' -tttpiojacb.rs-hail: have crumbled: into t I I |bor-removing a few obstructions from Vita.( rreR Utnh ndrnreo J t.. BnrinoreSaa.f -'

r; a I- a v. with that issue, the editorial relations of rounds of ammunition t"l.m1 TJ//('S. P. MONPOE.t dust i iifis. uf the utmost importance! that 't the Rivtr.:; ,< now had : full! view o A GovernorsliiivWASHISCTOS .

r'. :. Mr. R. B. HILTON with that paper will the Indians We its location bo made according: t.. this .lit:. ', j the r.ihn Hammock, which, to me, looked the appointment, of rrilTh.a llowrnor; .IJIY for j'I. }
r' cheerfully iuscrt the above of 1f"
tales discretion and sound
+ s. cease, and the entire control of the esublishment j judgement.; t.autiful. and its high, toweringand majes Territory e>f Utah has b loon ornvsioiivthe .J l.v :
communication! anti !have little (doubt but No l'ctlt.nall'rt'jutic' no narrow-minded .1.1
-'; On the 1st inst.! tut Johnson, with : lI. tic beads
hail! of suitable
y *" will pass ,into the hands of the ,view, should be allowed ;In the least degree: a royal appearance; no one difficulty finding A 11:1.
tit men met and attacked about cause of the persecution agalntut+roof I. who would the post. It
twenty I but those} who have the accept .
actuate view
/ Mr. A. D..Luun. jt is understood that to those who have been entrusted seen can
II'. lire Indians After sustaining tho loss ncr Cojiuery, is truthfully M 1.fii M bV Mr.. offered to and declined I by 'several) atlw,
with this of the work.- hftvo ida of th
part an beautiful '
Mr. Hilton will make Jacksonville Lit residence > en. Before
one man, he withdrew.It Monroe. The article ulluue-I; to was ;;clip They should cast their eyes. pier the whole make. r ap "Mayor B4nr fera ac-
where he will practice law. from ouo of the Savannah It Southern section of Union pearancc they oepted the Mar+ T.t".
is rumored that Michael Swiooni ac1x'd pl7: +cn. our and taking pstf (
5 W\ We he had ulteil by <> of hi,
soon discovered Indian "
wa; tint editorial!' and! we knew not from a broad view of the entire field from sign. Lieut.
I the name of the man killed and that the. the of this
: friends tibj.-ct Governnrsih
upon -
1< t Tns MAIL whence, they lire to draw the matt riot Hill placed his in fine
--The mail con- ;| whence it t'lIIallo\.J.: ,-!"t', tho! proper credit Company to i ]It that
Indians secured his pun and about fin'bun.Jrl',1 is! to establish/ and this i j p. was thought as A lan ofcharacter
f. tract from New Orleans to Key West, via would: have: Uin'iv._ ,'n. The manner: in 1\\ perpetuate i meet :any danger that might i, occur from couraf; sildn-ss anal liuina'nitv.
rounds of ammunition. !'wiorJ' j, make their election at a poir.t: whiih !j _'
intermediate ports is taken by a responsible boyar which it vvis: in"'r.t.; !liLwever, should convince will evince no pirtialitvto on-- I"'rti..n. :i| the Indian; as we approached the camp I ho would be able Iu inert und ini < being the in the any {
; strongest; r- ;
pa the difficulties of the
., Company. We learn that ono of he most pers"iis that: it was not claimed I :'but which will!! hovv to the wnr.lthl.ir! re1:|1 we found a small dirt work which looked I' ituation. lie lhnepre.sse '
I ty, he was assigned l the duty of carrying'the l I I l a willing-jess to ho cfTirn
a. boats was in New Orleans a few days since by us. We :tri'ah\a'\s! ready to do justice sf-ird for the interists! nnd convenience. of J like a fort of some kind which had been accept ( :
ammunition wh'uh was btiii": route) I all. should nlanifa..tlr be d : if be !out 0 np1'(inted. !Hut KnstorHusk
and n the plac : at a j jeasy rn-iJe! by the for their : I
the other is
on the way from Philadel to reputation; oi'.n; injiirfd individual. I men protection, and I I who
eJ to the Company. I point of acceess, and one aN.! that: i is der yore 11""II'lmlT''
PhiL -'.'-- when wo got a few yards nearer, some with the importance ej .
in order that the 'r.
Capt.s E. T. .1- W. II. ]Kf-ndriek.: are in central distance! may: be j
.. -- I) jC-fT In anolh'.r! column will bo found a equalized among the rations State*. The j men came out, and tho expression of their vices elf Major McCulloK iu the (:.nltr\- : .:

t3T This is the which is are }in pursuit of the trail; :110.l'(1. L, 4th I I I],'Card from esteemed friend attention of .. i is faces tion of the wagon 10,(r from Kl PMSO to
,. season usually our Col. C. T. our ( community at present told, plainly; that Lilly! had bee :
Art'y, in boat, under command of Maj.Williams. I j jespecially 'I Fort Ynm could not him for t.
/ turned : spare I service -
enjoyeJ by number of citizens .IrsKlNS j ill vvhi4 hhedrelinesLcing! : to a point in the vicinity Ij I
a great our I: b a candidate of Jh'Jlunralc'l'enu., ; combining 1 amongst them. 'ra.; told their tale to in Utah. Hut it now appears fioni; :* .
ns prob.illv -
in cruising about tho Keys at the mouthof Capt. A. 1) ..Tohn'lon.111), in run<,vqucnce for Register: of :State Find .Weiadi.iiie ;: inits.dfuulrerr advantages than any I I Lieut. Hill :1.1. in a few minute, ho had paragraph in the Union that the pntrnmeni 1

Tampa Bay-in search of eggs, shells,, of impaired health! had obtained: 1 a |: the: motive. which havo: actuated 1 other!. place' in the :-Iah': Many: an.lll'ci- j us nil in the H:1110t'k. about 3of- I is obli;etl to resort to M< jor >]..'Cj.1loh I- .:

Ac. On Thursday last, a considerable short !leave and anticipated his !It the I <''I'in I thus I ma-"''i ma-'iuiimousy! with.iraunt I excellencies+ nre claimed! for if, and, from mile from the miniature fort: Lieut. Hill!I as the Iv..t suitably man for !thu 1 ptae-e I '1
\ visiting
: ti 1 whose!
; services 1'
cumber of ladies and gentlemen, left this ing his claims for the above fluv, while! all the most reliable) sources of information, '! taking the right of his they cnn cnmmu.1' .,
i iI i ly, heard the above report a' this place, simmediately ']I'| which. have !had !' Company Capt.j It is probable, therefor, i
to we cannot
access, we .
place, in the fast sailing Yacht Daniel S. I w. know of in one who can command: amore Turner the left and I the middle! with will l ,
v i repaired to the scene of .1.lIt.tl.ntlhaL ail' that i is claimed i is justly j i my soon li pro\"i.lt with : "tlentilc" as ,.;

Crier, on aa excursion of this character. tion. 'Ye line gnat hope that the combined I ;general support! <*f the 1?cmocraticparty. its due. !t1(' \'illel'einrxartlyrentra! 1 Colt's revolver in one hand 11.1 a good 1 I their f\.trnn instead of the '''i'ropb,

They have our best wishes! for a safe roy efforts to overhaul the savages will i]'] The :South has.: her full char e to the !Southern and South-western. States, I knife in the other. I would not encumbermyself Priest and n1 .O Bcigham} Young cannot i

age and pleasant time, generally.t3T bo crowned with l success. of public t'fiiecrs' and we nhould riot has:!! the farther advantage of being! by railroa I with anything vise. Wo sour I 1 his gifts l e!stripped for of his prieltho nor of

. .l the most ca'y of accrns to nil Theretoo !. prophecy, : nuthority :
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claim too mach l"-cance of our intenseI'emoeracy. i found the bodies of two men. Slier and 1 but his political and
-. -- any degree! of elevation that may he I I.It.iu.fl'lln' military

kits of a Beautiful sister.-Old is the Paper lore and sweet! the 4 Army !\>\v*. : A spirit of liberality withtll'r .bo obtained; from the !gontle: i i 'Srrin,..cr. They wero mutilated in the will be modified by its ul>J4ctioa to the 't:

sections, as in iuli\'i.lnallrall..adionoi. eminence to the lfty "HKX Lovni'," a; i usual mode, e { additional barbarity authority of Jovernor McOtilloa and (Gen :
j jsw
.. Exactly so. If you have no sister of Major \V. W. Morris, 4th Arty, now directingthe will secure a hearty co-operation in any >t upon which Nature has l ostowi-d her I j jricln.vt i of being w 'eltlll ffm their foreheads to eral Hiirney. That a confic v ill take ea I;;

:.: your own, try it on somebody clse'i. Our repair of tho causeway opposite amid rarest charms. We "sj,,>ik: by lirl'lJ place between the (authorities

,.);; Devil says its just the same, only a little Ft. Kissimmee, has been ordered) to tike I i ( risiswLich may present itsilf unite1C tin1 card," when! we n....ert! tint thih point i is I Iun their tut;. >ik-r. had ono of his fingers; and the Mormons, 5 i" not improbable. '
the I Democracy of the Stale in a strongerbond ; i cut tho devils i is decided 1 to remove (;: .
"" more to I IfW at Ft. H \ .
ht < Kit
post Clprol1.-l'o Art'y. \
Ills removal hns
f. of brotherhood : ,event ', breakdown \ :i fine agricultural i country, where thn products I gold ring which he wore; hr also I had some l\ rasa. been delay-

j' p .a ----- D 4th Art'y, and Ihirrance's and McNeil'sCompanies the! spirit: of antagonism; which. i is, un- of the cal ((6. lire both ;good and) cheap I sixty ,1"ilr.; in g.; 'M about his +(,".-I| fd by the charges J l'rlt.r.1 aL( inst him W

The following couplet was. handed I : of mounted Volunteers constitute :'i- ', and it i is !brought:; jut.! > din-it e-onnection t per andportttnity the propriety ) alfording' him an oi-, ::
F- j fortunately, fostered, where' unity of interestshould I 1.it'nt. Hill placed his mm in such order! to refute them. ]Hut!
us for publication. if Miss Sallio don'appreciate I his command. 'I i wish Xa.II'illI.v railroad: ; from wlu-n.-e as j charg-

Nicaragua she is be paramount to sectional 1 ditfcrent. : July d!sired .supplies may be o'-taine-l: in :t' to those "li. had: to handle the 'es affecting his moral character bare l been

''_, incorrigible Cart Lesly's, Co. mounted Volunteers,,I' few hour" It i is f.uned for its beautiful .' .Iftn.t: we carried, them to the and J i withdrawn and he will IK Miper!'cd<*d in a :
t' I line laoVfd on 4le Wautic* of.vtry land after f-f 20 in the .1 its i camp: ; few days. has l l. n stated that a Southern
scout air I
t, a diva countryborderingthe '-' scenery pure invigorating: and its buried thorn in the best )
;. Of every hue AnJoliaJ.-, ManaUc-the Gulf; 1",1st. A-i-! ".,j THE NATION u. \\"AUOKo.vn: -"-. 1 1 I. abundant supply of lh' bsl. frce-stono w.iI I manner I possible. I man, n heretofore. would L selected
i'rom the lily 1.) Nioamcua: Lrc5 (ann...l. III i after which Lie-tit. Hill called a council, as (lovernor of this T.rtorUut
is ordered' to move in the direction of the| Magratv Ks-j: one of the supt rrntw.d'} >nt* ler. pnillt.health it Loa no superior; J I mann.iieh -
To the darted eyed Taul|>A laiJ.J ''of i nop<>demic ever reaches it, nnd! parents and told! us the instructions ho had frll' a+ oull'r men -
west side of 1 Late the national! wagon road to California I, ed for and Iln.plo'n'npPint
Istojxigi 1\lna.
;: ; thoroughly to as a i
assured tint!
rest this ( ;ire
may at1ast
have laid down in forest i upon thought it best for
me dire
scout' its borders :\11l1nll the !'1lI..1I1I\k( I Iv- ;! late of Maryland: will start from In Kpenideiice. I t, th.-re i is nothing; to fear for their chid..Iron. !. I j larH.'e < I IKJ selected: for li'tuh. it that *
ame.l down him '
An.1 in
the .
c- art way vail y ; ing to the west \1.,1 northwest of the! above' : ] Mo., about theCOlhof May.' Mr. i Lin- The inim> tise table-tract of the i! to carry tll\1 out and not scout any +t;, t.ov -rnor for Xct--aska will i!: be ten from .
J : J1ut the prettiest thatcr.sse.1! my wind, i for the I dt'viN 1 :.+ we might I into the .
get a I ISt.rII
der, of Massachusetts well known mountain i i. covered with a maguificont! for I Xortl.
ATas pf till Miw =-alli.'. named Lake. Jt i is thought; that the l Indians a :
pretty ,
} .1 I t'.t. containing: all! tin1 v.irietiis: tf timU-r } and tote all the l"I. :.. He was or- j _. II
11'AG.tcl'A. routed }jy < r. and a brother of Chief Justice Lander .
\4 Capt.} Sparkmaij: indeavor I'
(: may I I'I' '" for building! md firnishii .1 (
1I..t.\ ar\ : : g a ,' In with th,' men left 'I"'CTU nl.I'tl: e 1 fcli
-a.a--- to pass: into the country above mentbncJ. "f Washington; territory the engineer |I' fr.--wood! which be1 f run the Lu.s the h\tl\: 1
I 'I' : is. I[ supply! I appears I to 1 and i bring othe: boats safe, ar.-l 1 to riijder i! body in the pemjor.! fair.
ZT A statistician who has compiled a of thai expedition: and l Pr.lt.'per. of NewYork perlectly inexhaustible: : wish:: ourvtl.ing! toi I I est sunshine.l s.. will tIlt wrong done to an- .

list of the killed and wounded during the --.-- I the burgeon.; The lint named: gen j recommend it: we do not! know of! one soi-!i mo Mich assistance a is I might, require i iu j I ,other. pur..uthl' soul :n. the Kotir. of pro. _

tarv dis.iJvant.f': : cotin--eied this examining the 11ln.lol.k.hL: I \'r If therefore ,
: > : w1: : ( pert
i }
k Revolutionary war, makes it as follows! :- I llamas i is a daring Pioneer of the !South! j, a : Wt.ut\\ just to
1 Z-tr By reference to our advertising columns l Ipl.i.-o. i anti \\ h\L-1 ullo1.I\il from l M.tr- J ourselves we must ho Just '
British, :;,336; American, !9,371.f3T ) : : gull West, and the two last Wl'fin Hen.; I I Let it be I! ( I'.ipt.s | Deal .tier.
not tint in thus;; !
.. it will be seen that a reward is (.If.'r.' I cni'r\.1 a voc.itin j cy lvbcr: .n and (.truer was: I kindly trills those .-
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r ed for evidence in 1 :'1<:\'cl.*: ceK-brated: Northern expedition.-. i I ;: this. l.>\'at!i-n, we nr. actuated: l in the 'ufdcnt Draw by love arid I persuasion": kiss it s
hear of the regard to the illicit reception .aw (' hm to s.\ the land is tic! 4
Did wife that
101" tll\t 1
you ever 'i, With such ofticers: backed by an army ,fs.lighest;;! d"' ree 1.nn, .,' elfish!: i OP interested worth a thousand kik. ] A kind word is
p 1 wrote to her husband in California, and of :government: stores from the do- ., rosid! ,t motive. Far h,' it t'rollllh to stoop to s-I.: i|i and I capable! of making: several :largo;: sugar more valunable to lost titan nine of .
hale any h<'artwL'fkin" th i a.
commenced her letter thus : pot it Ft. Urooke. The startling: disclosures ::> m--n "' ; :\: .tll*. in a milter of such import- plantations and, no (lll.t, when we gold. _"
d? 1 'Inll..1 iirogress.. ripiuv: through the wild! and: i:'ant moment to the ntiro .-:;.' Itla. his .' ': If the -
made within : tru.f
the tew days! having the Indians of the '
*0 tell me not that absence cures love past : get oi.t country we will I worJ suspect your (
i irn-'g'1'; .1! torosts to the :golden n'g'on; l, [ tint v\.> cannot: but ice, and it i is as VM-I! to \ design not ft 1 >
., the )longer you stay away the better I like eventuated in two of the parties implicated j" | !'l'I I the land ail jatc. There are 1 uneasy o.llo .,
;'C.ilifornii! : nn.l no doubt mans: hone.st sic? candi-Kv!: .i''knowledgithat) 1 it would: .> }i ruli al that mankind are rc
you leaving for parts unknown i it issupposed 'greatly' to the inter:t \..I'Ihilt"! to hiw i kinds nf hammock r"wtl upon and artful 1 which is the
| will, through. this great tn.W'UWl1tllll the it cause tolebeing
that evidence will yet wa.JJucrl'that 'II ''this t 1'nirerirylocatr'd: IOn this. sidef tin-. the undergrowth remarkably! thick. We suspicious.A o.
Cuuous PcsismiEST. man named 1 .
: of our countrr. cut and work: tLe'who r
part : I II
will rid our of others i mountain but v\e can freely say that w,' deal '
community 'r left there in the best and most rcn1 r (( discomfort fromoverbensllivcness
commit suicide i in soldierly
for to
,Daily, attempting to a fortune in the ; I ntir. l uniltll1dICt..t .
have been engaged in this 1 way g.'ld diggings.iPe ; : ; are ly : by any motive | o f( what x
Hendricks county, Indiana, has been sen! swindling o .\n i immen' e force of laboiing men will l be etrrPt an earnest: d-'sire for the success m:1 ', manner ; removed f\ err thing that could l may say of or actions. people r
you =
t: iinced the for three ration. There can bo but little! dotilt /prosperity/ of t'ie! Institution: itself, when: j jwe i bo removed, and :\/ that would bo of any your Many -. '
to *
w penitentiary year ; Tl"J'Irl'h': coinpleto I this I great: undertaking. (I unhappy! persons ;; imagine,
4 and disfranchised for ten years.arCol. that the great secret to the number! S':| i]1 say. tl.at Minnviile! :! or i its: vicinity! is I Uo! to the Indians. I do not think we they aro always in tat ..:',

.. .--- complaints which were made: last year, on I _'.'__ !: the place of all! others;; whoso combined n'I'l left the worth of a pin behind. Lieut. the assembled world ,,as ampbitbeatr.h t

, '. / Harrison, U. S. Consul at the score of scant rations i is now J. ,:;\ : ed,1; /r.11I,11: mined: 'Ihompson; w:!''S vanus ..r Art and Nature.: ? f, of nece Hill seemed to regret that he had as they are playing t-; pttr r a1\\ '
. j tv" g- far to.vards producing! these} great to.oLe the while. *' ;
. Kingston, Jamacia, is 85 years old and was and justice demands that the ;guilty parties !(j "drummed( out'' Charlotte, \. C. recently i.u and deif.iba!: "icsults.t -Xathvills IfiAon his orders! and all of his men were per I trifles :' ,
infinitely clearer

:t. e appointed'" by General WASHINGTON.H should be brought to liijlit. I fur tampering: with lnc,. .. ,/' i.11.e fv.ctly willing to fL I never saw anr 'deeds r, actual character is. dl'plajecU than. in'.g, ,.rlt ;. I.

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lfinfllIAlIIU tJt.Qoo. The. -. Massacre by Indian in JotwaSevcnfy CRnL PA.RI.EST"-A corresponden NATIONAL POLICE GAZETTE.'rniUSOREAT .1.1I I' NATHANIEL HAMLEN,. I.I.TII I { qL1)ii'lnltW-I: ; :;

... Pcr ou* Kflled of|he Charleston Courier furnishes a roman 'I Journal Crime and CriniiJL .- Cotton Factor 1 (
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) t or ''
tic story of a young lady of Elizabelhtown, nal, i* in it* Twe'/th Year and i* widelycirculated AJi' ,Q.) #
4 Jrcu tAiAj4aATaM coAeda1Aarert.Wk letter in the Times from
A Chicago i througont the country. contain* ,
Extrm, of April IWJC p Fort Dodge Iowa, dated the 10th iniL, N.lunatic J.. being contnl. by her parents in 1 j.n the tJteat Trial Crmina, CAe I.I and ap-! -1 1 Commission Muqhant (1'J.-N. ;

::e1trte. FIre.L.. ..0... I states that the volunteers who wont from asylum Ct., to preventher I'propriatf Kditorials Cu nml. toijrther Iwo. Ii8 ) Ilr 41 1
from running with her true "by- Criminal not tu : .
We have ask the indujr that the Indians for their awny with! inr..rrati"1 on Iatt' SEW ORLEANS.
ones more to I pl\,to punish concludes WM
The writer : b. found) iu otherime1hiarer. : ui1J :
eDCe of our frieodSfjn eonseqaeaoe of the I massacre of the Chiles at Spirit Lake, Iowa, !yer.Some of the relatives and intimate j 1! jy Subscriptions any |2. "crlnum: f I. for Six I ,f.ri to. (;HIT. J. 11 Broom*. TUalia" **.. I'U.... w. IJ. $ .

V rnitrg of oar office,4nd tht disorder con. I bare returned from, their expiJIton. The Months. to ." remilt..1 by 'uI,4crtI.er4, C'..*>rg" K. W.lkor. K 4. l'-.Hr l; Jlr .14. f
fiic-n U of the 1
hearing what Thomas Rowe!), Esq., >i iw Tort 'VOL1.P
4 isequent opon a hutI'I'Jmonl of pre" es, 'writer, who was one thc company, S.IVP: diej>osition hud! boon lady! of her at ,'h. should write their n.imes: and the town 1:. M. Sp nc lr, I 1.1.| vd! c" 4.4: t44 t.M, i) "

type &. ,0ur .press and only A portion! ,her our arrival 1 at "The Colony," preparations -t javserted I that the examination mc of the once cnuuty and state A. where they rwid plainly) .. .Mr. John J. Snelling, (. jtiincy.. I I generally, tlo.t f.\ "QLb4' tot ,' :,
ToK. .
of oar stock of priotiojr'jnaterials; b.viogbe were maJe for n battle; lW(flty. mind the confinement in the asylum phviMcians Jnlfn.: .. .,ro tho j 5U.ir.MeMillnn I'arnpUll ".. now 'jrwatuty! 1.utd (4. .\4. ee,\H Itf : 'wlVuileihJ4ii f.7

)a' D saved| and in a damaged condition i wo picked men were detailed to net nsiconts I l.illr.l \ 1'olioe f. 7otle, I Gen. Wiilll U.ile.Jel..ou Co J. 4Wti4; I.NIt! .. t;
cheat and sham .
( were a a and Jwhu .. liij. t n I I c .
.3: we shall for:the present only publish A half I who kept sojno three ,miles in advance :l were on- I gtf New York City. | 'Ullllm. FJ )1.Ji.Cedar WIItrftLt1hl L4.IW ," 'i .41/,1.1 ,,. ,
Avn.tutteeIe Kep
ly pretexts to another mI I 'I.
comber \ t tin
S sheet patil ire caU renew our stock 4 of the main IIt,1\.. About one o'clock, we : 'u. ,. Uthl' 'JICK viJ $ Uti .J"
preparatory I has IK.TII said that a tp\n, mot-tin fur \\\e \\\\\u>u" I>un'l 1.1 II.! 1.: Hamilton ( ,
e .
t to the regular issue of our pa I received information that they had. found was I held, and 1 the m.id hot that. \-Chn\ I I 11. V. Stud!. K..I.. Manate.Co. thi, maret, cvUH-r" J.t cay ) .Jsty 1" :
per. ./ j j11a. about t w'nh..th'e men, women, and children place Minn i I 1 :t: CllU'iF-K: : :. are .1 Uirom, of fUur. I FiL Kemiiitfton.: l'Iiom C., t:. and price uittd tv lL ".i h
foMowinjfi'particulars nre hastily 4 on the prairie soma of whom hal the family ** took part in making: a lu- _1. il"1C"II.. tith'T mairfnnnlr.. inv. U: C.; l'c"Jer. 1.: .!.. 'S.Iumttunry ). lu.Jiujf iL. tkj/A'Uij'; vf d., ; : tJ
out t.f \e-Mck girl foitnl; i it plea- thel'nion.I to engn'ge :41. I IS.S7. V.v-" '
1 t r"Towl.I.I.III\ bnil.Jii liu/ited C'Jl1t.J. ..
prepared arid Lnt an imperfect idea of 1 l teen wounded the InJi.in They wcie late I Old ytgre to>> if)
give "
:mler to I leave to remain. latutrepel in light und pleiwint bu-'inif*. which ,
l u by -
.. Tll. their MAMMni' HTCK'ItMil, E.rI ii
the sense of painful surprise and apprelien- t 1 heard! was that : heeeieluguge.el I tluynn make with 1 ordinaryn.Tiy ;', ( ( 4'( A t 1- lOX. '
vrhen about I IW\L" will I ris & Son |hay .j.I t bulbed to ..t Lli,L a, .
lion which filled every mind, t JI by fatizue.Vhen we came tip I, 55 to 1\11".1 diiy) Every: liru'lllti.J '
I into the
half past $.*<*Joek, on Thursday the 23d we found them oncamped in a grove by the the fact to 1..1 tho VOUMln matter, to "-stablish : be ..:ii-nby. uJdn-ssing with .damp, to I'') return -I Iru/'lll ( 'U'lt. }il.llrulh ( .,ito:: #. I KUANClj! to thvi ir ealabbslsmint .Lk : 'I
: t !v never letter ( ( Jj.ri' ; 2d. will bu found in th,. ..;J Uud forrn.rlfoccupied
jut the arUrn'cry was heard, "the Union | Mottles river \1Ir4 they I I Stlf. FUI.j..I. 1.II/ll. :
; was insane, nnd t. dexvlopf the true mo- l .S. /t. 11"\1': :" ,t ".4. 1S5T. H'.KKJJAN: 4 UtDOi.ALU .
; Wareboosela .on flrej" This ,warehouse had! been taken up ly tho scouts.Vc sup- lives hich incited 1 rkiUJtlphia..i.. ) : by
: T
( so strange :t piocet-iliii .
\ lfl I hating Un CUd in LJ1',' Ch'. oa th* c-jiiur ofTuiifn
the and the centre of l their able l. .
largest jn town near wants as n* we were -- -- --- VrirHTloN
pled wcl
It is ci-itsin that there ill! be
pretty \ :li.w 1 1 .:hl. 1 letter* ill adiiiiitistra11.ui JUCAIOM SI,,,.
the business in i ) attended 1.,1 t
portion, was quadrangular i our surgeon, li.el. to "iiit, and proSably: several libi-l suit*. TlieCetie ': TiiIA1INEWS) \ ] I on the llstate .\I; \'tiiu> S\le.tcr. !

form, around an open court, ADd externally the wounded.These nf this ntl'.iir; i is l.iid in il.-teiv.setl. thiiit I.>wtil\all |Ir'tuit> in'tercsted. i T r>o two e lItaLliIl1&m.nlll. couabiotd i '

.. safe; it contained at the time about 2,000 !;' people! had} come from Sprinf..1.1. 'or as it i.s now called], the "Eli.b.II\, ( KfisaUtli. : -- I Hint on the eighteenth"itiiy ,,t May! next I. the i form one of the most mxttiusive r.taillirwi 5

;! bales of'cotton, all of whfcb} was lost.- :trading post! on tho wet bank es ." .1 !I Latr Eiritin and Inlrrrstin ,,i.1 ]>etitiou will .be. ctI'i.I.'r.J.an.1 \cite : in the South, and lhoe Je*irou$ of cu-
There were about 300 bales outside of the; Monies river, in Suthri Iint( ot$. J I II i ?, i I them to oppt r then ad thcrfj rtlr..llt rin-'VOOD UAKUAIXS will cg w.U \
their imut.re .t" in the
p warehouse rudy for shipment most of On Friday, 27th ult., at about 1 ... : QT1J.L THE EIW ':nC. brave. ,trd1art. I 1ii:it .-n tindi-r.lrflli""I.iuy Imiid au. the ealSCAU 10 examine this iloc c b fur. pu .buiD .

vbtihwu1o.t. I.o'cok. P. M. they entered the town and 1 Ii1ME1AI.. 0 and noble HARXEV. lead our willing little [ ] of mid Court, the luy &::1) .uumr tir.t el&wt lilt,'. .. -',

q Tbe fire occurred at the hour when most .,1\ frt at the store of Ceo.! if Win. M"nnun-\t the residence (If John|.] Army pn to the extirpating of our red And abo writtt-n. .-. -

of citizens At from I Wood.) they of all the I I en*'age foe I 11! SIMON Tl'RMAX COUNTRY MERCHANTS
oar were or returning g.dnnll
.,; rl.tt. Wliitchurst! t, in the \icinity (,I this Ilc".n I While I lliin in the em'. t the undersigned rxi 4.u.' J 1.10t! of 1'robnte.UlIM.V '
: dinner. 'The warehouse )laborer* were inS I eight 1Iuur..1) dolnr in cold.Vm.. i tonds I pp.-oinl 1.i limitation to tho I >ie rrlgRgm.I I.in I Who may whit to purchase full M ort- 3

thejard-whet, the fire was discovered its ; Wood! vas kila. and (jco. Wood rni!!5nr. I, Thursday evening tho 7lh il t. by the I ..rviee 1--tlsftc: in the (nUllIty ijml those" in this '( C. : ) nents, selected by an experienced .n 2vith s. ,

prtad WAS so rapid under tha steady west was *upj> to have been burned with i Hon. :inwI 1UIII. Sr., Cap J.BICS City-tu call at bin Store, a'nd .umil' .'ne.>f |' JtllIW: ( n view tr aupplying! tlum, at whol!

; wind that nothing could iu ra'l.1 the store. : the:best Stork* of general: Mfreliandist-efer, before 1. ale without the'troubt. .
Miss M.'RA
3 stay pro I KoiiAitrs: to s WIUFI'ltIT. SlMUUN TlSCR. price-s, incurring *
.od ia a' few minnics the interior of the They next called .it the hOI c of Joi.ili otTen-d in the Spring HCIHOII Ill thi* II.r.ikrt ind expense ortril' to New York, cano f

; warehonsQ wu all in flame*, and the heat : Stewart, and lmt !10! through the 1.eI1; Ai )-At the same timo anti place, by j lie deems jt useless' rnitniernte articles.i .- In Flue SoHthrrit{ JuJi ;l Circuit ofFlorida > nccommodated. lv calling at ".. 0' .
: to intense that Done could stay there- I. His wife tagged for life, to which! they re the same, eir. MAKVF.L M. Ermw.tmmto i I Sutlire it to MV-intagine the at tide! jou want, in CVrimvry ,t11 .for FEUUIS!' e t 80 'S' t!

.. exertion was directed to save the surrounding "ncbo $' tia\v" (kill ,) nn.l! hot 1| and t-Kine nnd\get it. I Ii ( Ol"t"/ r>f !ltrlwu.IT .
plied ] squaw Mrs. : 1; MoPoxAin) -all of this I*
EI.llla1 H AlTr.AilN4;: I: t he C'ourt th.,,t l bmIt lias \\IIULESALE\ & KfTllL [fPORI J.
I property. Well directed and intenseefforts' her also in the bend. Her two little irk i Via rnn *enreely call h'rpI article in the I.:! I ;
: I| C ount. j l> (I'lodt, lit Cutftry. ( I i 1..1 re II.r1..1! in the al oe entitledMiit. I .
J'rre. inn-fry
t ATe the Urdraudlic Pns and were killed with war club John SteIIr i ry! and it asu ; ; ; b* 11' Aflidiuit tiloil I'
Jtru't hat C..t., fftitf OUR
111"11' ERMS
h warchoose though only divided by a Itreet ; a little boy eight old hid hit""lr in that 1 r,,idi-s I.condlie '
years i tl..I.. .
I And the wind blowing) directly upon it.- hind) a log and escaped. MijorVilhiain.: i OlIJTl'AItY.At 1 lino, but what yon Cl grt, by I p,\iug for is it. j li"il.r the >..iith;.rn Jndieiul ('i"'u of Are CASH ItAUTEU! or COUNTRY I
This Moi-k of 'lothing
I Ilindmadc mi- .
I ". ( wit bin the limit of wild, Statf it PRODUCE moemphaticaU" NO .
The Post and has taken him homo and will him 'It .
Advertiser office )
1 Office bring House in South in
l > time ( ; ] snrpa-.ird by
I )I Campground, on I any FI.riJ. i is then f,'re ord-rel lij-- the Court, Iat iiulvMthe.l.feiid.int {) EI.1T. Our motto-"Small l'rofits
i other buildings on Centre street being of up. lie has now a good! prot"cto.Ther j prieex or '1* I kit.. | deI .. '
: 'day the Tth inst., Su.n ANN Sr\itKM.vx. I This Stock. i ii ju.t from New York and New .1 uppvar( : : Ilel.I. unsver or and xj-iicl: Returns." -', .
ri wood were soon in flames-the heat extended then pro..ae.1 to the house of Mr. i I mnr to ."i.ll.il.! \II.il! 1 ii hut nftyr the '
.'' .consort of Lt. K.: 15. Spaikman. C 1.1'al.-, and fashionable.C. datf of of tliii tli W. G. KERRIS Jb SON. .it
f I across Centre street and ignited the old 'Thotl several families had here collected : ll. II pnblicntion: "r.lr. *

I t Hospital when all of that block and the together and there were some eight or I I L. FJEBEJE said 1illl" be taken us "lf".J. TA.IPt21, ISSTl:' 50-tf .
1 f' Mock below, lying between Commerce and line rite in the Ilu'. Cmpn'llol an -- Tiiinpn_ _J21.._April 4._ 18i7.. __.....2:33: }1.1'" t l7.I 'Tlu: .l. l ( (n.Ju ] UXRIYALED I SC112XJSUGEOKaiAToTTEM -,

Market streets were burnt over, rendering old! Indian Chief, well known in this neighI Notice. I MINISTHATurrS.S XuTICK.JQIX ( I
I I c.Tiifv hunt tli. above' it of an
I 1 houseless about fifty familiea.r I borhood ran past the house, t-houting to ; I MONTHS after date, I will npply to OI.Jc tilu.l: in inv o'rtio', 1 true copy' -V A.

Meanwhile the intense heat bad set fire the inmates, several of whom unfortunately 1 A IJH\I; : : KPAVAIM) \i be pni.l for in- ': ,1 the lion, :ilOI Tunnnn. .lu.1.of i'robnte. !, )1 T.C.t t (' l'LTRN.: ( ii. itJ ,t(11) t-

to the Mitchell Row north of the Union, I I ventured to the door to see what was the 11 f.rll"Iiul ;hut. \ill l.-n.] t. the. e'n*'it ti.ni in uii-1 fi.r the Conntv <>f II h.State I I Cl'rlc ,'. Court /Vram/o Co. ( StaU Authority.) .L) '# ? ..
F and this with the intervening buildings matter, when about twenty Indians] jwsted ,' I. rt'-nrrri of ..rl"II'r..I..I I.I'I fr.in i i of Kli-ridafora t.al.1idarc.l from I further March 'Jiith, I"ii7. 4lini'J'l f
t ( ;"* 'I'II'flt'hlrf.' | I : I I.r\si i h. Adiiiinistrution. I ll tat of
114:1 .. ...
L were destroyed' -most of the goods in the behind :hay !Mack nbout five f..I. distant ;u.1 1"I"T: I II.t fa.t, \.In1 V. lit fttt.iu.1.l \v. HI'I.I'I. lute of wild (fount. dor'd.J !. 1'1 : CJPIT.JLPRIZR$50,000 j

I. stores having been removed. ''fired upon tltm. killing a '1'1 of Mr. Tliotnas I ,.1! from tlnw. j)1.tit I"I I th.- niu'ht ..1 tl'l t'.thin .i:ii'JI; A. Jm-IIE:: .\..Imui'r.I /JIX 1..7/U TOlS NCtTICK.nWlXiS f .

There were several hundred bales of cot. aged t(1 years; Mr. Thomas was woun- ,t. l.i.M-i i, :. nali\.i cf Tamp.i, it. \ ". ..1 \I..h 7. 1,7. 6inu':. I 1 l orT.\lNF.l: > 1"Uft. of Adminw- FOUT GAINES ACADEMY LOTTERY .. \

ton on the wbftrre*, just l landed, which I.e. 'Je! in the arm r nll.ril amputation necessary ntjt'. nbtnit) .', f..'t i II: Ii.-. ni 1".itI'I. c'II"II Iy -- -. on the Otate of Su.un I ILabrtoii. ;.(
., : I built, .Iarl I huir, I lii/-l .-.*ee t .I ,. i r NOTICE. 111.. of I I iht't''r..mtutu 't.umlmty, J >,'I"'J, notice i. -CLASSSI. 3To
ing showered with burning cinders were ; I Pa* id Carver was "!iot throiii; \ .
t. i ii n. -'ii.ii I I. liiniiiii-ri>, i ill'u.I'lt j t I. all il, d.I..l) to said Ii, dmwn !in tllft Cit, ATLANTA), GEpi ,
z jofltn on fire; but with prelem ring rare the arm, the bat! !IOhil!: in his >i.I.? ., tli ittu.! H |.li itj.t'I.I.,>s-> .! Mk-tity, willma I'nrili. .u.t "fe Ass'r CoyViSrH.. /II had.cn.(I'-tnl: ,' to iniikv.! ;s,'uKnirnt pi-r-ons, and; to those! 11iug n JIA. in public, on

all of this was"saved more or less Jam-. wound is not (onsi'f.J dangeroiu; and 1 t hi.- him ti I IH-, eli,ilj riM-i.;u i i.e.I in u'ny coniinu.V. i l-'t. ('apron, FIl., AprilI. 1S57. f I 1 claims n :uiiiit ii.ii.l Il-tritctt: > pix:\enl I h\l. SATURDAY. Al'RIL 11.JS47.' .
I''Miss I>rusIla Swiver received I in herihoulder ( '"'. : SF.Al.F.D, h: I : TKOI'OSALs: wil be rl..i\.1 at I i: Iv 1111.lliclt.l.ilhi"! t tho.tiiid I'r&.rll..l .f
:l.nl I /
aged.Tbe Ice house wan In line of the fire and tho ball pacing out the I I'OK.I i."M i i. I 1.I.irlh.I i a s.-. ,-h ii') ue': h.i i ; i ',, up to lo, n m., C'I)flly loth fir I l.iw.: ,orthit iu.. ...** ill U- l'le'l itt liar of thicrroco On thVan of Single JTumltrt .
iipoi i! 'lMut :,.. thi 1.oi.t, Hlid) anti f'tlit-ri ||4 lu.IV: .
: fv.-t I; in. lit li.'ijht. dark Imu r. dull flrli.hlC \ .\. 15. I KUBlllJlr-oN: Almr.
(letroyed, leaving itA contents A pyramid opposite fide.] ,. ... ., ,uppllt h'n.rrol. with frr** l>fitof a : SWAN A CO. lla1lA
.* e I.111'1..r i-.niiitciinni'e. 41.1! is )pieuliaHv I ( Fi-bru.iry 21 1 S. .;. SAMUEL lIr.
.of ice in the midst of the scene of dcsso.Jation. The doors! were instantly shut up and'barricaded. innrk.-d I by I iii.-l.- nn.l.-r f Mi.I.I. ftv <-. lIu. .. ':'good' und \liole"ome .JUuIlty, und 1 In Hilt.li :|j|:, _. -JI. ._-- :1...

I )! .. Some of the ilm.&tr.en : odthetnvlveH t u.i in.-n hut., It It I..iuin.I tin.in u-"lf.i..n .|ii'inlilic" nnd at such times (not to ..,1.1'. '', .liins I I'. 'CTI. J I Kill lor l ti tore',> in MOMiy 30OOO Tickets Oilj l\\
The P. D. Warehouse! was in great danger I in tiiniil!.1 ling balls! others in t>f. llifir mii.tt. "I"cl itiipli.-at.-i ....rllil 4 iliri-f'..iu'g. times-.tiieiateuue.-e in eaeh wi-ek) ,tie i Ih."I'c.t. ... divided A i't- \ a. >. ') .titI l ]III.I le Circuit Xttps PA YABLE IX FULL WFTUOl'TlHiDUCTlOXU
!_ (or an hour the tin melted from I lo.iiling the rillos, hilt Jt.hn Itro.i.Kliavsand \ .1 1.I 'I\'a.'I"i in tin- <-"111.111\-, nny 1. ANN ::'IT J C"tl
\ wilit jell of .
in *
Any It'tiiii hi ft"ll ,.iuitul.!. |1'f"r''I*. that ijuarter i i.I"11 pix<|" IT AI''J1'1:1! 1 I ; t.. iv'.y' t lie'r.ttrl of( th.
Its doors-bnt by desperate) and heroic exertion : a man named] Mnrkatu, tired upon the \il I I! -iixtinn th.I >iat-ni.-i.U, n'lil,1 I lit.. .harm-, ( '.Jcll-Ili-Vks Hlid thanks to I...- 0).1.1.1..1. L :H.rut! ; I IIM>\ V 1-Iuli--, an
and fortitude in the face of almost .: : hut. Their chief and a mini- alln.lr.l t. ill l.,' IJr..I*' re') "..1..1 on .\ ri'iiliHrt will liii "11'1..1$ iiit.<.and, tIe .-..n- j.ri-'N: tli.tt I h.. 1)-ft'<\lntit, Ann .'n.ilh.'r..i'lfn NtiuilK-r end in J. 2. 3 -. 5. 6, 7, 3, 9. 0, ar.1Inralli.1 ..

unendurable heat, i i'I saved with let r)f others were( kill,-d: th' exact tinin- application: :, tin* .-li.-! ;, Ille"r u ill be rquiira.t| to I>JM> bond, !, villi I oiitff t...-i-uiiiity "( "iir.nuixl, Mate of Kl.>riiln. &. A Prize of f211. .
l,eKii r '- J :ood I lllic'ilILp."clril\ \' for ihi-pcrloiinani-i-) .-It !. ) holt-tore; l on motion of )Vm.K .
its valuable worth about $150 l>er rot kno\n. I It was .rtdl !Ity an \ I'.I'- 4'11. 1.1"1..1.
contcnu .
1 r.-.n cit t ins atre.'tuent. | w-ill|| l.c u.I.II,' i-d j jto I I I tin* l : .
r ..I..oIn) 7. I":' 1/1"1"1: 1.1.1t'r".\ t'-r PRIZES AMOUXTIXG TO
!' lulill to ian named hiizl.v! i that tin"A.. .1I"i e"lllaillul.'Ihnl
000.A : \ilt .t'L .1 nt..iicf.: andtin II.*. I 1 I. teu.aiut.! Ann '' | '
negro boy about 12 years of age, hOe it i were kill.-! and! five wounded.; ; Towards! :- u.ii-.l-i "itv mtalf\ttjurnithtM-i.,/li,.f" :iiil ntnucr th P I l''iiiiliitnant\| I i ill I I "I or I h .f"rC w2O4QOOVhll n" 0

longing to Mr. Thomas (JrwHt)), while in I night< tie: Jndians withdrew carrying, their otiee. \111..w ritten on the.! en* tlope.F.. .. I tin? llr't 'l.nf tli'* =(>! inc'lVrin of this Court. ,

tin act of assisting at the fire, was buried dead anti wotind l with 'linii. :1" hilt .\. MIon\ to !Iso liel-l on theJ.l Monthly of May next, wtlirw \ be DietribuleJ according i to the folhtewieg .

-, ; fcwwrtb UM'Wlipg w.JJ.) person wan killed after the first I. I T Iir.IICliY: FOREWARN: the public ngninst 34Lt.Lts Arty l X J C S.STRAYED *ken.in for thu e.iuI.-el.f..to'churgcil lii'said bill will*b U- 'UNEQUALED SCnEME .-.

cansroi'snake rwom for the many 'ye resumed our marc the next morning I I .t.a.I.11. for a I.r"mi..r.r note givcfl I by nal \' OR STOLEN, It is onlorcil nN! ..that of 1 prize of O.OQO U 50.00Q 0
2d:: c.1 l William II. Arop\ tbisotlerb
,'' rLhot 'particulars, and especially of indi- and after a journey)' of two I'anl. f.>r.th o"hI'r.,. >4uOiHi.lir. I not A DARK-BROWN [ARE about five years pubi) hf.l fr thee 'I'n.-'of brie .l. 1 prized 20,000 i i. 80.00Q

"vidii.il or combined wrvice. which ought davs, arrived at Granger's: caim. 12 miles .,iiI .,it,* ,.* .it_'UI\III4. f.l.tlktno.t..- 11-. (.wil..... -........pay..i. oh!. branded T,C, )l.-ft hhoulJcr.Any .- public! n<'w'pnpcr pitntc-l: in: tuiq) Stntt. 1 prize of 10QOp is 10,00}
be rn'.ndnnod-I.ut add cotulense! l east of >irit Lake. Oiir) here discovered ; ., pcr-on who will delicr to .. 'iiios.I : 1 KIM I J '
;,10 n j .utl tutKHIS.Miv .IAS. T.I.1.V.N'7V .)) '( 1.1 I" 1 u.lJ'.I 1 prize of 0,009 i ii 0,000.
of tlio I In-liiiK but after -.' : lfi illf"lllli"1, of her Iutr.'mtI.u.it. ** ill I. II :t Il. I':>;. :1\11.3
statement of the 1'M.! so far as a-cvttaincd, trace I aLhihieIt i Is:: 1-3 \ : ) 1 prize of ,OQQ t a 8,00Q
nmounl. vaich, Indians could! IM- ( -- rI.I.1 > .\i:tin i. KLI.U )
nd tile inlurc.1. no ;
I "If,1.I'af".1 : i ClIKISTol'Iir.U/F.l-.r.MilN.I : : : 1 of ",OOO it 7.00Q
i-iii,-.; XOT1CK.JIK I ; : prizo
tu.o..19'-2.4SO I-u'u.' tM.M,) \V- l | tint the troops! la.1 1"1nt I llillsbofoiich I Co. I i i.
1 dil-'on
i Camp I' I FI.i. >i-lioiiuT! Sti-lin! i."tl.l! .V 1 prize of 6,000 6,000
t'niou W.rrl,.u.. *n.l ulh..r III..rI'4. :I.: "' I'rillli. 1.1. 1-uit.-! tin- d.-ad 111.1 had ( I )1":11: |: nft.-r d.t.-. I wi:1! npply i i i..''I I Apiil U&th, lbA7. 7 :;. I "wI\'r J JIn

wellinp oiiJInpi. . . . 1\1 rtt-tril.l: to I Iui. .. 'iii'l I lia-l !..itri.-l 0 th. 1, 1"1 '111"1. .n.I;,. of 1'iol.nl.-/ --. tinSi.; nit ('..iii'. S..ili.! tn .lii.lii-i.il iir.'imit I prizo of 5.000 is 5.00Q
)thir . . . . :.'""' I Sptnt in and I. .. ,,, of ,. I "till' t4; 4,000 is 4,000
.( proHrtjToUl "ne of the dead at Mubli-s t ""I!>.-: tint. 1..1 1.I.I''I&h' '111:111. .I. l I.. .* I'1 1n.: ., 1 It ( ]., ;,!:-I:.!/;.r | n"II'I! lit .in.I f,1 tlif Viintv .fI
1 n lust | Inith.. ) 1 llf 3,000 i i. 3.00Q
11"11.111.1. 1 1iiize
. . . . . .t-:'"'.'"''I thue,' bad! f.i.twi-d! tin- I Indians until tli.-y .\I.I.IIIII..1, II..I..lnr.;1..I'.lnllIII..j i.II.II.! : |I.nll"- .\I.* f'1"M I *11". J ''' I I IIi'Nbiiioii! 'h. I.t ill"IViiiiuf t 1SJ7. I priI Cof 2,000 it 2,000 )

I"p..4..t-S.tlnTll )Mutual . tl''."u cam.within; lull"a! d.t\s iiiitn-h If tli.-in' ", I 1':. li.ik.i.; lat., .| -.ii.L < onnt ].1.I. .1.I 1 AtlMIIMIM-.\\o.i -1.1.11.! !

Klnn: . u. . . IO."' ,1"1 I I was a{t"I'"I".1] l th- I Indians I I. :N. l.i'I i 111.1..n..1: .\.1.1.. .: 1 I.IT 1"AHT..MMNO: 1:t in to lii.14'. utl.U that' a ,".1'11..1,11, |ia4 (I..n rpin I: i .11'1\: : I 'i.i:: .. .,,.111! ..1111 l..rme.u. 1 J.IJZC of l.UOO i ii* 1,000 II :

u.rtro" . .* . . 12,'"'ifonn th"lt"111 Mlcli ba-te I le :Mav t -.'. 1 1-..' V "'',,. and u II.Itl..1 al-o :11:. : la.I.,: I. ni.' b..il.v' .. "'. tn 100) pric.' c.: 100 are 10.00Q
to lha appv.it
MI zi' e ; appearing: th.l l I'I. .
.rtiout .". . . h,..njSprinrti Itr..lin: : ---- .- .i.l.) !I.. ] f/.I\:1 r.i. I 111..11.\.1; ti i I.'l !,.. I' I hrali""lil.1 in II. ,1.\\ 100 prizes of O are 5.00Q If"I'PInXnl.TIo
.llhe .
thr ,
.U .. . . V,<.> part of their pluiukr l.dlil 1 thc'l. witlilive lilil'.f ,! ,r-t .111.1.! -iittt 1.1| .
ial the I -iiii-r.: "'1 jie'n.'nt \\ il! )I.< tuL">n 1.1.1. 1.It 1..\ : 'JJ 7. n
1 ES.
I I'liwiiix ..... . k..."I I..r..q.l I the pur>uit was thus'given : ttiee. thu, ,tir "il.f' .( 1,1.f it 1 n"I'i.II. but \\ In-lit, .\ : '.' 4
Uri.liifport .. . . 54MMiX. know not. the Court tII. that n.ri.I'I., nnlc" I Ih.n'11"I'.f"I'I t.'ii.ltint" "'do 1.1"1..1 .* I < .ITTI-: ,I MIH I '1 111:1.1.I : rnr-, .\1\ .. .t l.r 71'J t'f.,: ",ppV" toSn.iHHiprix..' .are l.ftOQ
1).1 pi-i"r .
. ii : I" 2' 11 211.' b'.tq
V. .iretarine. 5.'1I1 : \1 \ I .7 ,
> ;
-J. :
sara ... . .7. :.'t"l 1 Mij: <*r '\IIi: :: peiceixin tint llutro.'p .#'-t, :TK.\YK1: > < tl! \KT.N j : ,, ;i' al.II.I'a.l.! answer. 1.1"111 to 'ai.I\ \ bill, ., uiih -I.I"IJ'I. I :il'- :- .. tou... .5 t...........,,. u. AiiI y .
.. had ibased the Indians I'n llu Mh last, 'il thrf iroiiths utter ll"> .1.I.! ,'I| ji|,, l.I J : I .N A : ". .HI I u V.I" I 321) f
) rilUr.l. .... . . :-. H> ( c'lr.11 wereal .I1'11 '. \ AOKS I Im N .
p IV-oplos .... . :,..H"1 leiist live days) in nduuinttd that it lir; 1om. t1"r::: >: tlK-ni.-nt:: l'Ili'nl.u ,1.-.iiitt-ssii..his 4 '1.1..1. I I'n >nid I liill;; in:f I \ \ .J.. Aif.O St'4'O ilSO
; -
)Mrrrantil... . . .'./". would be of 1"'U.t. to follow! tliemd., <-tichedtwentyfour I kJLjjfu 'I'; ". l'rk-a ""11 '1'1:1. 'J I I.I. ; ci .nlp' I "IVhnlrsalr tv J'laU -I" ." ".1"10 24q t-
National .. .. . . .VHMIIriine. lni -. ,1"1 f.lr S.ur.'n .1 : F.KIM.hid.-; I f \l Lt ix oJ" S.% COc''l' UQI" Ii,
. men to go to III Lake: and! TMIIIJ' "i11 1.1.1 ti ..1 \\ tuut. lun-i. 1 Iril ,n i I : A ttum- .'e'' ..f tile in ,?. ll I Oil. ;lJI"' Of 100 .,
..... :.'''' : i *" an 411.1,1" 1 Hir oiVue.f : /"y f .(> nti the deal! miirht; find! th.re.The tinI.I. ti 'I.i. ..11.1'1\ on the Kft siiouldn1tn II to 400tb to ISO
llano\er .. . . . :.,/4"' bury tlu-v ; "a.II.1 \\.11\\\I :.III\-I'I"I.| :Y./.7/M. .1 4' .

KjuitubleFiremen's . . .. :,J.'IIJ ; men vwt to spirit! Lake have re "In I I '\I.rill.I i l.s.7. 7':;w". it'"' I l'! r.-p.otfiIly, infi.nii !hiold! fri n.l. t 40 3.11fH) 18 O r.
... . . .\ ]1""' on ti..I.n. nid M.ir<> and' I rilil'c: -I" Si l 3)') I. 12
/'W4'_ ( turned They have tutu, twttity'nine In.". :-I 1 cniiiL 1..1..... I. thi- ,11..ril..r.) Mill i i I .\: i c; 0 II ,'I.II.I"r.. hat Ii.- )I.u. jiut r, ociv<*. 4 .. ft I.Q. .) .. 1UQutt. t

.-.Total.14.41") i odies!; t\1 were found! burnei!; U-sides l 1 b.- I 1"11.1..1)t ""-\nr.L-.l ii ue.I all I I"-\i., n-* I rUl'I'l'loUS.: (1: 7 Lrgatt-...1.. I I 4I 'ITZlt : ."' 'i"IlN 80.000 Q..

lit is not known, of *, whose! skeletons r"i-i. ni.vTY: IA I1;Er:. I 11\1. n".11'r'.n. i-n- .rp1. VJC" ,.dr..", nTiioiintine t.12o.1.. "
"I\r. tti-lribution An.l
: M I"* :'. is-,:. '.If 11.' .-.! ii "U.r"f".1 J t-i ",,1! ,"'f I thing in his \1'11" ". 7itrO > If(' 7/a/rei. f 5 Qv rf. .. !
) insured visited the house of ; ; ; hf
iVsides which there were i they i t-re. Thtli.t i ] tliit; I 11.IVf I''rl uiI 1".inlu.1! Admini-'tr.itor .1.. .f tho) t.i\ b. st .pi.v'.ity! at f InW 1 KATIIS:
In New York 85 hale*-value. :.I.IiI \ Mr. TIIII'her. ;. f"IIH'! bodies, those --, --- --. boiii.. I.". of he 1 I:4t: .I.ll ,'1'\ l.ii. (.tI f.-r ,C.\1 |ii.| i i i. .-,.1' I".IIIIIU.t"I.! i'

I Iu Providence S59 bale*-value 2S." of .\. Noble! and Mr. livan.: They then ESTAY NOTICED I IlilJ.-bi.p.nuli I 1'1,1'I 1 .1..a".1 I 1"I'r "I.1: 1.1.". .if..t. I is.- ..11. t.ieiltti... r.r 11.t:111. 1'I.AN[ OF THE LOTTERY. r

In Boston 330 tales-value.. 21.'NH) visited) the ot" I HOUM-I ril IN THI: i MIPSon ;, 1.lli.r.lnli"l: w.-r' ; :1.i"1, | ,',1 I f.i"1 ..f ....tIi] l.u r 111.1! (,,.11-r. n. .I do.- thc The Numbers from I to XO.INHI. corr.m- It
rL'1hlcll' .I"lall"l ; ? 'III \ j Il,')'. now .1 I.i't.t'.I. on tht> <.t,th d.iy t 1 ..linnIs..r. -. 1 tC.i.ii ,\ -t.: ',,-II"'I'.i.I ,, it j .!I., ,. a.loptod dine' \\ itii tho-C Number on the Ticket' printed .
r .J Total- Insure.,. . . .fl.--\'' here nine 1..li..sc.re found dreadfully j ;;:::::; ;;, \ .:nl.II. II.- :I.I e.I ;. All < lainis. jii..l d.-niiind-i "if| I I.- |Iarr, 'I] hi",. :.:. .., .;u. :"-.4ti t ;ia I <.uuci 1 I: i b\ sit iL-paritt; idip.s of paper are fn'inl..1 I .

\Solearn of but 100 bnK-s cotton in nil'' inanglitl. men, \\'IWI. and dlij.lr'I. all : i( \ !.: .1":1: 1..1..1.-. ;. ..1 th." \pirl1i.. .flw. \ .-n thoMtnt... =:iill., "iI''! .1.!. \.11!1't..i-i'v.. Iir, n .- : l.i.1 tith ni"! MI" trbf-j, and placed! in one wh.,I.Thotirt I.
: ? in'ourl'Ji.iJl.J l \\nJi..aillillltth' murdered; the I"\! of.: ;. ,* :. ii.u.i:? :: C. I.'I.: '.1.,1 j'-nbin"' r'lr<' ;:"r'. t': ,rlj.1'1.111:. "':it.l "I hahlIt.t -tt' ....f.I.. 1'111.I:1 h.. i'l-J I hi/.-*. nimilarly printed and :.
? .hAt were not among sev- ) : '
: .t--vhe anolh..rwl..1.
Utnis i-" -fiioirol.i. nre ,111..1111 l
I heli.t : nmi. "
2 i ill \.ll'
: ,
iNnju'iled I 11.11'" : -M-I. .
Iliil .'
JI'I\lU '. T.rntii lsh|! t :% ..... I .. and number
t .eral owner IJ i ; .' \ \ W ILI.I.M'L1 : .t'.ril t. f I T.impi. I. s. .?. :::.1 f 1'1. w IIO.-M. are t -n rrvold. a
f t.'c mmitt of citizen* aro at vork pro- ILe 11.t ln>u'"- was Cr\'r"; 1..4r tl T.ii..i \ \'. I Is..7 \ 1 ,, -. -- : I .< drn\n l tnvui thovhod, of Nnniber.s. and attho

J vidiug'mean and arranging their u*, 1(> L-lke." I l I 'n'.I'r.lal.I '. a sh up ect.tll.-t: Ia.! -. | -.--. I. ,.VoT1'J' nri\AM": : "IITIT; tlllT-lS, : [ i KIMiiu.; .. 5 |'tiz.; i is drawn from the othrr L

,. the wauts <>f ihoe iLp arc thus "I.lh"l] .\ lan nani.-d >n\der wi. ( ,. .Il'l.V7.1y'(1I'.V'J'; \ /( 'f11 :. I| -1IF.KF.I1Y: !: ci\cI that f.II' ... k, fr"llli- cJ\I'EIY.: : I IWlii.11 ** ]h..1.| Tho Nnrnb.-r nnd I'lize drawn Out.tre4.p.'ne'.t
'C .relieve : .. I .. 1 .h:>:.l) npply I. hit.- .Indi.! .. ..j I'r. !... n'nl .-hibited) to the audience ansi
: l suddenly rendered bou, ?lt..vs an.! homeles.tye .- dreadfully:) 1'1::li.l with: a lr..I. :1 w. TheSrangers \ r.i! :"' '\' :..et in-:.//11.1. a."am-, ll.. .I! .ll.. riiaiid.. 'oiiMy.' for ..order to .. "I > l"i'; -.1..1'1 Fat. .t ul. ..h.irt 1.. i.I'r..II.,. the "',.tuuTthi-iiolte'rs. the I'riie he- I
W poor. Let all wbo vc at,''. ands ( lne .n.' I/i..il/ probably l..ith \ I .::,1..1 -.11..1.1 I lloldei. Lit.. of II ill. s.i'llh-\M- '|1":11:1: : II"".. oitli-\rrst il.iitcr'lll. t 11.f .l.-p'i F..it.t .1.] .-in- -d.) ,.t al. [ i"ir pl.ed ncainnt' the ntiinbt'r drawn. This
t- : <
t. peoally those who hnvy iu4 fu Vrcd inJI linTIlt' liody! c.f ;i ::11: ** :.a !*.uii...1.?. nlll'r ""... in 1.\ nlnp 11:11| : ,- | |IT .\rri\ii\i.: t., ii i.. '.--iti.f.i.-t; ,.f 1..1 op.-l.itiou il ii-pc4tt-J untilill: the priies are
; dfl.iy. And all i-r.diturs. I 1. ..i'f ... i I 1'otnt in Ilu'" .-ti.,- ,1)1.11) lr.s : I ,
oith dinxvn I
this disaster the iit-ar tIt! : i unity ol 'ivit'f: '" nine, .11.1,1.1 out.
s.-ul \ .
interests Ilou"o jo : Ilr. : 111.1 .
their own by lc1. 1 I tin. Iui. il. ., .
.1.11":1' i-iititl.-d In di'tiil.iiliiMi/ n r'"' l-en 1 l.a U, f"I'I."I" | Au I. 1\.1 :utiI |]nrriot. wile., AI'l'tn.\'IMATIt>.\' J'ZA'.s-The two
> i *
it to
contribute liberally to their II\"!". w.-i4 iiujAis.ible! : to nvo:"mIIr'.1that I II 1"1.1.\I H.llli.III",1 I l I tli,-ir ..!lui tui" nil..1 1 .1-nuri t I h. l.st.iio: n''I.inill,. l..r; .- \V. l" ..-lni.in I".il', .\\.n..I. j F.li/i: t 1\ I 10't' t \. |ttI.m .tohn i.ilijn: t.N.rgo; II. I proo.-din' nnd the two fnereedinif' Numliers ttihnse

JI The "Letter-sheet Prices Current" I Itroketi rillc. iir.' t found l about t ..-. "II I b:,. t.-irr.-.l .1! !II.. ..\|Iirall.H ..f t n .* ar. to niippi Ilir .1. li..y in ....ts f.r Austin and; Hari;.., !hits \, n-. I i'ii-j., Iltm.-vri'i; dr.iwimttho tirsi 12 priz n will be entitled f
and other iidieativ of i .ltt ,t iiJt- !. < vlrli'-.l utlu,.," thi.tint pi-rsuii.,1 i l and Mar ..lamhi, if.. h.ir .
the Advertiser will 1m discontinued! until 'oI.: \ a Jii-ht. .. I'I 11: '"I. iho 1'\ tii''l' e J.l.i'IIIIKIM- < ** it' I Ii\, .f .1.'I'h1'l1.1.1..I..r to tle 4') .\ppro\im.Uivii I'riltf according I .'
t I.*>. 1 < \: : : : .\ r. 1 I-nt.n.: row I H.'rn indo -" '11I1\'. the .
another season. We could not leplao- next w.t to Mattm-k'tiioiis.l i-"i i \i\\. I t. sthenio.Tho
I 'ihey : \\lwrL| II1: 1'\1:1,1: :. 1.I ".(.1. ro-iiN: > )I..._\.nd, I h.- limil" ,.f Iho Mntf ,. tt'su, jOilIbe determinol .f :
\ the neocMarr materials in time to be of.service eleven uerc 1 This hoii-e : Ken : .. 1V.7.'i"''.iai..x. .. l Fi-.n-li., ... tli .. prizesf
"I'1 1.:1 > : !!: -r this season, now so near its close.Tbo burnt.. 1'ho m"-i. and \"m"l s-hot and >'tV : I.'." h <. iniitif, I... ft i...d u.n. .'L.'mt 1. ii n I tIcIef.ii; | ior- (aii.um' 1'rixe. For example. it th* Jtunibtr I

r fire-the non-working the Trie- children 1'lalIk.1no home twele '- -. ::1. I. S I.i :> > .t I X Icio. I lb I Ih,. Conn ih.-it tho su.l .1. findnnts. drawunr tho t 5i>,iHiii l'rie ends! i ith N>. ,
Prospectus 1857 It, 5 at Ian of tho It .: ..,! Nuusuler ruts
absence .1..1.1. l1"
graph for souio days and tho -f persons-one mis ini l -Ri.I.I"'I.| .11"" 1. t thn all the Ticl.fl.h' *"
which is due, all c.iii'e II' .., f. \ ETC ,1 1' I UIJ4 I E1L .1. :1'I'I'1'. pb-.id "r d.-milr to tho ,',UII.I' in 1 will..' m titled to !M .If the Niimbo- l
foreign news, past The 11.11:1" h-ive taken f..nrOlkll ii: IE l.i .\\E( ; BInD.) plimnnt'. bill tib-d in tilt ,...11.... within Ih"l j .'r.lfilII N", ,'lht-n alt!! theTi.-let wIurr. thu. I
: A mpension of operations( in our cotton privners. I I is suppos.-il! tint about '.n'II'\\ .- ,t .1/.1 ii..1.I Ii timo &-...".111..11\.1.\\. th.-twi-e the) ame ,, Numb, I' .-utcs lit 2 vtll I be entitle! to f-21', sub t
inarkvt the stock of cotton in store )Uinuddtonijreduccd :>"..111..- 1..I'n -
; -- : .
K-eti 1'1" i.bd II..t" ,
!! l tak.-n conr. ; pro .e> on to i> .
about one third. Trice- ty Jr..n. I.\ JiI..1 all Pi'tl Ti Mi-1 .,.1 i I'.ni.: i- .. t.v,:-iMl, *' p.-: ;, ,, i I.'w. 1:1: \I.\I.I "'1'.j i''-. ,? Iii! |I... 1.I.li..1;| in .i t.r-I'ml..r: that evrry 1'rue is 4rawo, L .
P t "Whl '. till .. .. I H" !t.. V1 1% |, |. iirwupv j
'r.I ,1 ::1'11 3 p t..: )I.,. T. ,poi pnn'.d ""pnbli-h.-.l, {ii, 11..- --111111 .In full! ih..ut Jcdueticn. / l
not_ anoiaUr chanced. t _....__ INTn..1 I .i. ,.. ., i- -i i', in": n.t .' I..j 1I11.\.nJ"elJl! | ; ; ,
| !
._ __ -- : i- -\ .t.. ?. I', t r'r.i.'tr. I. / ,1: |'l Ir.lti .1 FI., !. t..r tho, .j'n.'f f..iir All "I'ri/ei of JI.OO"* and underpaid .
__ V KAws Ao-.y7At-An&R F Ii or Mit. i ) ) .- .-. .-ml.in.-1 in 7.I.V; *. / .. "i'. I'"''/ I. : '. 1.l.r""I'I ,1/1",11,.. \-.- 1'I..r... I.. ..- ,.I...'.. .I...... '"I 1.. UI.' ."'IIST'tt_ |I!. .........?...1..I.;...,... TVfior. tho .Invmn-other I I'rit's .t .
j Ql.PTh\" IS rOI.'It" .- I. I.'", //, ri.-at > Moll lo hi., I.- I n. : ,' F j
I.t ,. .t. / /f.l./ < /. | I I" i 111'01.1'1 I 1 1 Ni ; ntaiiflfinoof thirty duy .
: the .
: .sLurTo..lLouis, April 25.-Secretary j I Not many .!n> s since the following: conversation ..'.,r". .( 1., /..,..,. .. 1';.",,.J I.,... "" n-. t..ni.'rit a lil., r )l-r.1. : I. i--." 4.IIo.kr.: toni I at'Iho ManoK*;*' J'ranJ".rll: ("tes of I'ickicesof >

/.8t&DthI lished an address t<> the : took pi.ice in the Indie ha of thesyljin. /../,.", I....,...>< .i..! Ii .?rt ;',.\r,,,..... of .t..I :! 1..1...:a.,. - I, lo Ti,'li(tf willb: vU *l Cie follow ,

,; : jr1 in the Locompton Union .\ Miss I l IIi i\ hal) ]l'a".1] through a I i. it/urn. MHftllaninui ,t"./ //,"' r....< .-< pIe. ;. .C. \Irt .I., I". :,' I 1I lv I JXMIs. T \1t..1'0I' J"I"_ I THI'U I II tnc r.it... *' l.icli i is the ri'k't : a
-- --- __ _
I It. will I.-- .-1-vnti-d --- __ :
"itstration has in mor.d I.MHI mil! rtifif.it'e'of I'neUje -f !III Wholes $"t7
recognized : moment lionaim., a ( 1 t .1 t /V.MVXnni'K.. >
I -, : youtuj.-r .111..lt..r.f; i ij in-n I I v iid.iftrd, to II.| II.II.} I MAGBEE A. TATUM i .. ]Ule,, {!QII t'
: ,
a1b& territorial legislature household! Parted in tir tt--ns ,. l'n'II": : ind.. btod! tli ..
; our just 'iiei.i. to < I\t.ito: f .. .5 !
i r// .5 2')
j ln III' :r.: *//'JII..IMMI J. \\11 .tll.'rut'C.u..I1... 'l"arl..r '
-V: a ..the territorial law, and made one of tie cisttr! called:: togetlur I Illnn I h.' :,. ) /.1 il IIT 1,1. ,'l it" 1 '. II. /'lifttin.: late, of I lilI"'r""cl! ni I.auI .
I ; "I. I ...... .. : ": i for sale at McCurty's
jt q :'i7i: 1- lied the act proviconvention. | the occasion. 1\1\ ?.*.. In.II'Ii..I... f,,.", il'I': '> I isv:'" (1.1.I.! ,-' .I. uer'- her. o.* 1.IIi..1 to m-s. .i in trTiri'I;
.. ,ithin twoo.ir this dito. 51-3 V
nu-nt M CD ,
I. | fr..n \n. Store 1':111I1'\,10'1\
Hot&ihboQrention the whom Kt"I.iy..I) .oopir) J IV I|h. | j ]] .1]. 1.1 :
i li.Jv 1.1 7
-t ? Gil-"V11 ,1 tlftiin nin-t tlio M f., f'fitritl'i.
.' : I..i..n. 1.. .. 11, lmin: : n 11\1.: \ wll I y I H
.IItIpHi & will submit ,\witji) the,1"d 'r?' "rj:,j,,'. and of th-.1.11.fM.t 11.,,rd-r..f 11"\"merit.1.t.rl.v pr.-.>nt 11"1'f..r pi,* men'. duly :111.'nti"I..1! : ?- ,)- O-'I. j'.'I (:,1 .c... "rl" ". '" II., XQTICE"

vtarq : Ott Tfljo domestic instituf j La.y-"Tht was Miss! Dix Illl'lhiLU- TEli\tq IN \ |OV N c ; \:Ihi'l 'in.- .1'11.' cr this t..t i.<- will I.. plea.PI .i T (. ..I"! J:. ".,, _.1: 1 I tJ'I.1.\) ". with! an order i i..Ilf(1 front .
.. fliOfof th. BUlf to subsequent voted ,Ithropisl." c I", .. .-. py .F jn .? )lur. of !1.'lr r. --- -ry.J.MIV'W.. -- -- --- -- I Il"'I .n. I'robate Court of II'rnnnd. Coiin- I

the people, and tbink '-, bat Congress will 1 j O.-What i is : ? I.o.ir t..I..u.iU..1.ul.I! ene to ft.r.t. .j "" : -, ,H.\iiii\dm'r.:!: : .v rt 7/ r } t v. t will soil, I.. the hkl".t bidder .n the first. .
11Iilmtll"pi..t. (1"1' .. T I" .
: into 0 .. ml' April! t. i.sSALT. S'V' > U'-K: .hl.l I will It.m.1. j in Mey I'''I. beton. theert.hoi.! .
i ihcn adcpit tho territory immediately L.- } i ( :.: I I.." -- --- --- -. ? ? "f'7 n'i.I.\' I. ""* Land Warrant .
I' 0 : 1! .f ).. .! door of i llornntid.: County. IJoiinty
: State.l recommends 0. ir .h' i'4'* .1. w (" MMof -
tt& the .Union as* e a | from two ( reeL, word*, hlguifyir-g; a lover ix M.itiHi.4. hit'f tho .--lOit S.u-ks; !K'XVst alt.C.T I'!.-ii.li., f..r I"'r..f ,\'rnilll.'rl\li.I' 1111. t it.. No. -J3.iV2t. containing 1W aert-s h belonding I
Inri rft' .
M : _a1 $ *tj tor p pt sod present pros- I of men." Z "umaIn'r.ixt nl..t J t..f Liverpool jus TV,. ,1,11\1.: <.* I >..inMcMuIUn| :: Lttof Mudeo-iritv. t 9' t It.- IM.V.o of Mu-h.M-1 l ('. UaiiBK. 'lite viI

ieQt ) expeota the piaaence of Gov. G-\Vell. then, are notl \0 women .\.ln 7:1'.illl(1, .J. \ KOltKinX.: 1. :! ,. c"l: : in-l for sale l i. \C.I'\ I Uenmud.i'Vunty I .I','.n.t !\\r' u .*ell.lI..tm'r.; I

; :4t agrsboittbe mMJ. ofMajr. ; W.vnville, W. A'.v.3. OUPAII;t !;1 .H" A. ItOVIT J
philanthropists !JJv Ohio. & SON '
j arr i FEIrI I .\l'ri! t. H-:. t.. >1"rd.1'jlh 1J7 4.4

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.7 .. MI 1JLll do n not extend to the heart. I am young, TAMPA SAW MILL I 8CIlNTIC. u. AMMRICA. '
Come Onti! !
.. it is true, but here I vow never to love

any other than yourself." IN FULL BLAST I Oh Yes TWELFTH, YEAR ,
T6a1l \ -
i. ; lt P." ") beautiful frail'lily I will 5.-
I If give you Lumber, Square limber, and Shinylet, ONE THOUSAND DOLLAR CASH "
;-.i Caa\i Slote
n.. .mis iIv.p&a y IikiW my faith, and when far out on the tempestuous row BALK: BY \Cnea! PRICMS:' ; .-n.Tb. .

'/ _.,#- m.d urr ,.ll,. ocean, when the billows :lash, and

I c f the breakers roar, I will yet know that ARTHUR. BELL. Walk Up Ron Up Tumble Up, E. A. CLARKE & CO T..1n1a Aatosl Vol... of this ..etui

;YatMiaatUe specklsd iritser4 ; jovl there U one calm.. of love in your boson N OLICE. is hereby giVen: that Meal and Any way to Get Up, last pablieatioa commM o.Hh. nUt day of
$Wiatti tknder'reaqwwaiac. about be Hominj will be sold as heretofore at
upon which my ark will never Get to September next.

"" .-. Daea aaytkiak hurt yen MIl. Or do yea wrecked.; And now upon this.lovely sum A. BEUil STORE, so you Up, ARENOWRECEIV1NOtheir Th. "SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN" is aa IL
devoted ehit
....,; rJ l_', equawkTat mer's ere, let us pledge our troth. but owing to the gmt mill being: out of orderno JOSE VIGIL'SFANCY t e' tested Stock: of FAIL GooD to the promulgatibh<< bi information rclatiar to
., wajjn OIau where frees Taking a small circlet of gold from his I M consisting in Of the bf and mie '
: ,. yws eeese exchange of meal for corn will be made after : part the various Mechanic Ch<< Arts, Industrial -

;t4 And so squawks BOW'from educational pngn own finger, be placed it upon that of Lucy Saturday, the 10 January, 1847. STORE wing Manufacture, Agriculture< Patents Inventions

.4r dieet fanners ; and she, in turn, taking one of ..dgttltrdl Engineering< Milltrork; and all iatere --

-;: What's her silken curls, severed it from her beautiful AT THEPROVISION FRANKLIN STREET : t which the light bfPRACTlCALSClEKCZ
you pull homelyhead STORE .
your is calculated to advance.Reports _
bead and it in his hand bid aitortmtntof
placed ,
; w of U. S. PATENTS Mated are alto'
ding him keep that for her sake to wear ov I TAMPA, FLA., '!Dt
Out'a from utder your wiaf aad squawk fortWhat's CJoo publubed every week .i ideladiof OtnajaFConts
it next his heart as a talisman; of her truth hlTHERE IS JUST RECEIVED, of all the PATENT CLA1H8, togetherwith
oader BELL
7- jour wing to you squawk A.
and new. and information upon"THOUSANDSOF
You constancy. H Schooner Harrison Jones from New Groceries, 1/ardtearr, Qvtentifart
speckled "eussTBomathiak Th lovers parted at a late hour, and for Will 1 bo Found I Oilean the lot ofTA1'LE Cutlrry Family Mtdieintt, 'Jin-trare, Glass t OTHER SUBJECTS. ,
p offtasive rack'o, .." .. several their renewed I ftlOOO-IN CASH PRIZES- .will be paid
hoots & Shut Hat
days were J'utty. t t.Khittt
meetings Sh Jaj>
Boots and )(s, ,
i A r.\ Cr GOODS, the lt Jaoniry neit, for list
on {
bf largest
l'oa'e! itthsr. for it looks better hid..s" .
keep of Tnbatto
and with each came new protestations SaJJZry.lnr"''' Cigar,
Ladies' (fatten Children Shoes subscriber .. follows -
of $200 for the
:- 1st-
What fane and fort Ever otfercd in this market, consisting, in &1/Uul11ool.,, .Stationery i,, .
de got on the squawk love. At 'last tho time for Charlesto '
yon came for the
Ready-made Clothing (for men,) I *176 2nd. $160 for the 3d, $125 for the .
; Do alarmink white-gill- leave the idol whose shrine lie t oart, as follows:- Iron, Farming L'trnttltt fothe 5th "
you see anjUuok yon at worshipped C Palent Medicin-s I 4th, $100 $7* fo? the 6tjSO or.
Drugs ,
< Fanty .f (iclh. Jnu:
lie small !, toe 7t'n, $40 for the 6th, $80 Urlhe 'th $J5
id. was captain of a vessel Tools Builders' Hard- DRY GO; ops. Jlilli.try Goods ,
'for I for the 10th. $20 for the llth and f 10 for th.
which '
peeUe4nthered. lqu"kUIlooll wan now freight a long .tt'l ltc.
'p Uleached
Furniture Groceries Brown and Cotton
ware, 12th. For ail Clubs of 20 and upwards."
I flowdyos.af.I1.rcsnrssdorrit.or voyage, and deep and heartfelt was the and a host of othurnrtiflri I do do Drill, do Also together with tubicriptionprice is only 140. Namescso be

'i- Or sleep, or live, yon discordant old buatedC' gnef manifested at parting. Beth trusted. - .at- Denims, Ticking Candies, Jtllit*, PicVrls, at. &e. sent from any Pott Office until January l t-,

Brass French-horn, with all the keys open Alas for woman's faith I Toi often in Unprecedented Low Price*. Cottouade, Cotton Jeans -AltoAnordeont 1857. [1rller. are fiDe chances to sscure: nab

a Aad the month-piece eraeke life does she give her heart's purest truth January, 10, 1857.: 44-moC. Chocuw: Congress & York Stripes, Violins, *. .I
I but to be deceived I Too often do man'ivows I Flannt.l.Irish Ready Made Clothing &c. The SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN 1.ithK-
White lied
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1w1ahIe.ia1dpzsopon .r1istn'per. once a week; number contains
;: : petnal aqvawaiak m.ebiael1r1aM'n the prove to bo but traces on the sand ofI I CASH CASH CASH Linen, Cot. Flannel All for ale at the "Blue) Store" LtoffJ for C.nn t>ag a every, forming annnally a edtnpltt.1lendi eightlarfeTQuarto .'..:\/
:1 t written when the waters are Swiss Jackouttt, or l'OUllttl'roJllce only. at "Credit Is Dead ( volume. Illu.tfatad with SEVERAllIUNDRr.tHHlIOINAtENCittAVIlCS. :*

D you thinking abontt homtt calm, which are obliterated by the fir>l --- Muslin and Dad }Jeftl killrd Ai,,,." : '

4 & Too rascally epitome of a Glaaey war-gong. lash of the surging waves when the billows Punted Fancy Tampa Aug.. 1868. tf-86 CT 'TERMS Slngle StJble 'iptibll..1t a li'slr-

,. A Congo tarn-turn and 8OacJHhell, are agitated.In i i : ( i iiiiasrao i Robe, (Prints iinijhams! or$1 for six months. Fife copies, fbrtix' io&ath .'
LIGa'If for
Alpaca, Lotteries. .4
Maryland ; a year $8. Specimen copies iitt
And dowa-east brass band!
i .t _t a Tillage a few months after his depaiture, Lucy __- Calicoes Cassimere, GRATIS. u

I ? Dry up I yon speckled paiody of a machine heard that Charles had been taken sick PERSONS wishing to buy for cash and Blankets, Shawls, COKIUN A- CO., Agents.A Southern Western aDd Canada money or

4. shop at tea, and that the vessel had put into n ALL pay credit price, are requested to call ll'dk'fr Sleeves FORTUNE FOR TIlE TRIAL JOlt: Office Stamps, taken at par fer sub.erip>

I .Do yon think that's music you outrageous southern port. He lay for many weeks at the New Store recently erected by M. C. t "There i il a tide in the affair of man, ion*. -
Gloves Suspenders
;; Toeal atroeitylToo hanging between life and death. Duringthis J. W. Brown opposite 11: A, Clark A Co.:*, Which if taken at the flood lead to furtune.' Letters should be directed (post raid) to .
Hose and hf
? boiler-maker's exacerbated echo! time he was nursed by one of the and examine the large! and recently\ purchased Hose ONE TRIAL MAY MAKE YOU RICh MDNN CO.
clock of good, now arriving and being opened Hooks and Eyes, Hutton, 12S Fulton St.. New Y.rk.fMeurs. .
daughters of the South whose eloquent FOR LIFE.S1'1ent1i : .
abstract of
i Yon squawkifik Pandemonium sunny :. confuting i of all the realities and neoe* a- Combs! Ribbons: MUNN & CO.. are extensively' 3
i : Do you think a feller can afford to. furaishbootjacks eves were enough to hold any soul rips of life. Thi stock ii not only large, but Umbrellas [ !-l Schemes Drawing Paily.SEN1 engaged in procuring patents for new Jnvsations -
spell bound. Antia Froheus!! loved tho delected particularly for this market and toRuit : > YOUR ORDERS and will advise inventors without ensrf.

.w young and with all the little coquetries the times and will bt rold to those' \TKI]1 Linen Check Parasols! TO CORBIN & CO. n regard to the novelty of impruvensets .a
chunk with
Aad forth to
so daily dog caFlI\in.
yon Shoes of t'aritly.-P e rfu m e r y
native clime she sought towinbim. wih to )purchase for cash bnrter country pro- every
The Old F.ItaLlishe.1utbroizeJ Gutta
who Percha
d yoit At first he did not notice her but luce, or anything! but promises to py, atpiices READY-MADE CLOTHIHG. Agents Goods, f
V Kaybo you think it* funny, yon speckled pa. ; that will satibfy reasonable r..o'll'{ HAVE >OL1) MORE FRIZES At the Old Standon Whiti pSt. 1
for her kindness and Vet-
gratitude unceasing J. W, BROWN.N. Pantaloons Than oilier olllce in the State of
l' gaa of Afrikin extraction I : any Maryland. JUST receivdd a lot consisting ot
nursing finally awakened of inter Coats Shirts! ,
a degree
'feared of B All persons indebted to the relate 01 r ALL 1'RIZF.S (JUARANTEED BY TilE BLANKETS
.. : 11700r.quswkiAksa.sforsr.you eat in his heart that gradually ripened intoa M. C. Brown, or the: firm of M. C. &. J. W., I I Drawers! Undcr-Shtrts,, bTATE.: ..

i \ me. &aT warmer attachment. With the darkeyedgirl BROWN, are earnestly requested to call sue I Cravats, Hats! SI.NOLE; TICKETS MATTRASS COVERS.

7' You bracea-throated, ahect-iron-longed culmination' of the sunny South by his side, wandering cettlr, immediately: a* the old accounts mii-,1 Ladle's 7>o,ine/* of every t' a r ie tWINES : CLOAKS & HATS.
of Wholes Halves 50 its. Quarters 25 eta
wit jl
.. amid the and sweet be cloned. It i* hoped that no delinquent Tf.AVF.LINO BAGS,
orange: groves ak for credit which I will obviate lhencce.\ SYRUPS. I CERTIFICATES PACKAGES..
: Of CM! ovation Here's my blackia brush at scented magnolias,Leforgut the fair lily of of refused. & } TALMAS, &c.. Ac
being Whole Tickets 16.00 For sals
i.-.; : wy.ot' North. lie forgot his vows of lore And i J, W. BROWX. Port Maderia, 26 | by
i j; Half Ticket: 8.002a W. O. FERRIS & SON.
'- ,1' [library FUlibtattr.i constancy; he forgot all but the fascinations -I Tampa Nov. 8 I. '58. ..tf.Administrator'8 I :Sherry, GROCERIES.Malagar. Quarter Tickets 4.00 Aoentt N. Am'* O. P. Comp.y'

"" ; bv which he was surrounded. XOTIIIM; VENTURE. NOTHING OAIXI Tampa. 23d i"iov.35.Blackwood's.
_.. '., .. I
Anita's Notico. :'.o ( ,R' "
father was rich lie loved his '"'' tt'v,
from As t>rt* Tort DitpttcK. I PERSONS indebted to the Estate of I igtIl- Meats i.I Tickets Bought by the Package are alwaysthe
and for her he ALL Dried Fruit Sweet ,.
$ 'THE" &KIAC'8 STOaT daughter dearly happiness Hudson, late of Manatee County I I.1. moot jTotiuble to the Purchasers. Magazine

4 would have sacrificed his fortune. Ho did 'la.[ deceased' are hereby notified\ to make let i i Tobacco, Soap I TRY I'ACKACKS.: ; A5D .

-.,. Al OUUVXD VEOtf MT ACirr'a LETTIR8.T : not like the young captain at tiNt, but as Lenient within the time hireieribedby law, and ': Candles! Raisins, I For ?25 we aetid package Whole, Halves and The British Quarterly Beviewl.

ti' he became belter acquainted with him those ha\ ing claim agaiott said E:;tatc will i| Almonds, :Sardines> i lluart"N.I .

7 f : I. KKTA GUT. and discovered the love of his daughterfor )pro ent them in due foim or this notice\ will il 1 Pecan Nuts, Filberts! I For jlu we send package Halves and two GREAT LXDUCEXEXTS TO
lie l plead in bar of their recovery. 1 I Whol" Tickt.b. SCBSCRIBE !
the stranger, he, too, gave him his WM. 11. WlllTAKER. 1'Kkles, Cat up !I
After yean of absence, I am once more I For (5 we yend package; Quarters and one Cost Reduced SOto T3
hand and offered him half his fortune if he Sheriff .t ex'oficio Adm'r. Hrandy Peaches! Mustard! WhuleTickrt.Look per cent.
borne again-I stand once more beneath I i
J would marry and settle upon the Island. Feb. 7, 1857. 48 8.Administrator's Ladies'and Gentlemen's Gaiters of .
the roof that Cor very at the
kindly to
many happy I York. continue-
vision of and the beautiful
Bright wealth
: joan aWtered toy estfljriifa.' The old Notice. I styli" and! prices. I SPLENDID SCHEMA.One : toto re-publish the following liriti.h 1'erodical,

t <" itoeitateadJaatiU the lame. 'The old time languishing Anita, were too great temptations OBTAIN ED Utter of.Adlnini'lra.1 I Shoes, fine and<<1 coar-. admirably adapted : of which are drawn at 12 o'clock each viz. :

-- worn .aJU .M4 ecapesi the spirit of for Charles to withstand. lie accepted j RAVING the Eotato of Levi Starling late ofHilUboroMgh I for a tvviil I in a Ball }Koutu: or a hunt I day of the week.IHUI.LIANT. 1. ne.

; chugs arbidi baa tranafonoed almost eretj&nf the offer, and in lew than six County, deceased, all persons indebted the Everglades. TIlE LONDON QUARTRLT (Con.ervative.Va

raoath was the husband. of Anita. : to *oid Ijitute will make inunvdiatv {i in II 47,267 Dollars. a.>..
.1. the of exist
.. during yean my Aad wtea a silken ringlet was returnedto .payment, and tho e having claims against the |i JEWELRY. EDIXDURGH REVIEW (Whi .)
r noe. Weald that old Father Time had Leer wit!. the news that her lover mttiii will prr'.ht them within the time prv I i ioribed I Hrest Pins, Kir:: King-: I MARYLAND CONSOLIDATED: I LOTTERY. 3.

dealt knlantly with I poor < )by law, or this notice will be plead: in ( CLASH 310.
i am socbang.d'udsl&ediaind was married, the lily lent its head in |!: Finger Kind's: Watches, TilE NORTH BRITISH REVIEW(frsechurehy
bar of their > i
and reeo\erv COUIUN' A CO.
body I AH warretited genuine., Agents. 4.
grief and (or many days trembled between JOSEPH CASEY. Adm'r.Tampa : -t
> ibatV.ow.dmesalm st doubt my own vvhiih will bo soul Sc itEM C.I TilE WESTMINSTER' REVIEW (Liberal).
life and death. But tho destroyer bared Sept, t'. 186.9.6omu'6.: All of (ltraplr
IdeaUty. I look In vain for the 5.BLACKWOOD'S .
bright, Dot his dark her. She rallied cash or exchanged for country produce. of I
scepterover prize 15,000
bappy MlDI! of other daja. Bat aha I EDI BIRGU ,)ZAGAZINZ
can SL
i and aooei. recovered her health. But the NOTJC 1 do I -,
-. ...... retonu The winkles that forMer repreeniaUves\ JOSE \mi.TAMPA 1,000 (Tory). _
light of reason had fled forever! TIlE HEIRS and legal of 1 do 500 --

1 lay cheek bar become iodellibjeogranad Far faesn' the green hills and sunny Hendeuson late of IfilH orough Nov. 8, 1856 20-tf. 1 do 150 These Periodicals ably repr..*nt Ike tip".

ibere, tad the sflveryhiirsan never slopes of ber native. dell, in a maniac's cell i County and Slate of Florida deceased, will i ii I do 137 great political parties of Great Britaii.W Li... :
again be transformed into the brown curia) i take notice that I will six months from tjiis. Tory, and Radical,-but politic. lorn. our
a gentle captive, ut the whole day through.The date, apply to the Judge of Probate for said 160 do 60
that onoe adorned my brow. C feel! even ', \ \\ one feature of their character. As Organs
.older than I look and still I look much lily Land were constantly tying flow- Countv, for a final settlement and discharge a* (14 do 201'l he mot profound writers oa Science. Litcra-

era for tho bridal wreath, and gems of tunning AdimnNfratrix of said Evlate.REBECCA ..o.nIN'e"r 64 do 8''t ore. Morality, anti Religion tKey stand a.* r
in Had all
older than I
A. really am yean. song floated out upon the evening air. L. HENDERSON, I (H do ..I L hey ever have stood unrivalled in this werld

the bright anticipations of my girlhood Little dreamed lie-the destrox"er-that Surviving Adml'x.I 3,82 8 do 2Zljlj i i of letter,, being considered indi.[>enabe? ti .
been realised I bare Tampa, Oct. 25th.: 1856: 83-mo6. Goods the K-holnr and the
might, perhaps, pro- the artless girt whom he once loved was :I ( du 1prizes i prvfeaoionsl man. while to
lined my youthful appearance for A few 'I I I the intelligent reader of every elans they furnish -'
f inmate of Lunatic A 'lutn.
now an -
a I
but bitter } NOTICE.HAVING I --- a more correct and satisfactory record ef
yean loiger; disappointmentand lie thought not of her as! being faithful to :j.ttH. amounting to $47,267CAHTAL 1 the current literature of the day 'throughout
bare done their work. TAKEN'out: \letters of Adminis I
I blighted hopes the troth unfaith : ; ) :\ n-cpovtfullv inform hi the world, than be
but judging by hi* own ; the Estate of Robert Prine late C. .) | can possibly obtained flora
The remeaabrance of my early hope and on ': 'I, fnrndt and the 'Jntldie trrnorulty.that? lie any other source.
ful heart he that she
t imagined was gay of Hilliborough\ / County, deceased all per oneInh.Llt'.1 rnmi:
fond anticipations BOW linger on my mem tins associated \\ it'' 1' W, ''is' 1 ii.tlit. r, .1. W.ItliUWN EARLY
and happy in the society of another. to to tuid Estate are requested to t I COPIES.The .
like dark shadows I and that! bi: in." \\ ill l>r ttall.-u<..tcdunder 5,000 DOLLARS.I .
lengthening as make vettlement within the time l
dory prescribed hy
Yenr after year went by and! still the II le of I I receipt of Advance !Miert from-
Approach the evening of life. The star of \Uu', ,,".1! all ('erevlII lau\'irg: claims a .iin-t $ the name and M.J 1'\T.\I'"l"o: .TITlTi: LOTTERY. the ItritiMi
publisher additional
: ravines c ( the beautiful maniu-: startled I\ j' 1 I give. vain.to .
my early hopes, which once held out such I !iitl. Estate are notified prevent them ill due ill. ( J'f MW.A] \ \1.4. 1"2. thi>'e Reprint, inasmuch a. they can now
i in the }hearing of her la (I1. & ( \ I
of the future has to ( everyone form, or thi notice will!! bo plead in bar of theirrecovery. lie lihacetl in the! hand of ub rribert
bngbt promises set I IIO( fise no more. I hare long since learnedto I I the few binldiMT.' r''l'lit''' ,00n as the original editions. .
; : for the retnru of her f.iithlos! I.\\'r.- OLIVE PRIXE, Admr'x.November They ('\,111' : !
distrust all the allurements of I ,1.,1:1.'I'I'u: II\' i IIt: fl.uk. A t'11.1\ >tvle, TERMS.) (I Regular Trice'.
bright )
then 1st, li:" > a4 mod. ( t
again she would fancy thut 11:1.> I they have ieIit..llug. nnd lite imvv' pets; 1 1 j 1'.iuo: of $,000 I
that like but lure "hen' -s Per
II' OS Hope on, to sorrow, Will-o-WUp and destruction., nut 1ua by her side breathing vows of love-:nnd I I \ a 1are'1\11.1 \i vhl-5eket t'.l u.*ul t!ttt'lt ot)1flT }t' IU do 500 I I For any one of the four Reviews ( S ano.CO (

a a smile would flit across the f ice and U. S. MAIL.FtLAlKA 1 II.) 141i For two of the four
gaunt Reviews
digressing. I did not intend to wrile.lDr I i l {; OO1S I '..... .. any i i>0
light up the sunken c"c. Tlw lonj white I TO TAMPA._ __ __. _FLORIDA.__ __ I i S 110 3U- I I""r any three ot the four Reviews 7 GO
but tell tie u u u u u 0
own autobiography, to story fingers would weave the bridal wreath A general: aAsoitment of 1 200 do 20 I all four of the Reviews A co
of Lucy Manners, as I gleaned_ it from Vi,.. Oranye Sjirinys, Ocala Auyusta 'I v For mack.\t011'1 Magazine I Of>
: amid the now curls and ,111:1 would\ C3do
tangled i ril' 10 I
: ( rote ,
some old )letters, that fell into my Pierce i ville\tc.i \ For Illaekwuod and three Reviews t CO
array herself a f.ided dress II r1 l w eQticutisware (03: dv) 8 1 For Blackwood
fcanda yesterday.. They not writtento preparatory a 1r and the four Reviews 10 00
were BV STAGE.\
to the bridal I I 12 t1 \1,
ceremony. Suddenly a Cutle rv. ) \ 4
&d the writer Payment to le made in all .
aor that in adranre.
me, ever expect i case
E.A V C Palatka and
gleam of reason would shoot: her I- Tampa on Mon.haysII do} \
Family Mfdit-inva: .:. in- 2,900 2: '
would the of I' ; : in the
they see light day beyondthe and Thllr..I"J"rri'e at Tnmpa and (I'a I Money current Stat
circle of friends for whose perusal they mind-the troth would come fou-ilily upon .I UtLa. on \Vediir<,b\"lllln.1 >aturdav \vari-, ( '' l&s. iVTiny) Hot ts \tliot | 33J3fl( do 1 where issued will be received at

were intended. They hare however interested her-and. with a wild nun-kin, ;'; I'iii::!li. .\ t'<""l mid elVu-ieiil\ uard h.k I I.ecu furni-.h 1 hats A C.ip, ": bhiits :>:idy 1I 1-- ..... .--: par.
me and I cannot resist the she would! rend her hair and toar the t'.iu I -.1 bthe :Mate, for the I PI'IIIt.\'li.f the .ifi its : IlId! I I ii ri', Tol-ai-m it Ciu;. *. I _'7,814 prize* amounting t\:(> s f47, Gj
,. temp cied wreaths to I'uttfmjrrt, from Tiimpu n* far aiiiit needed ... The PIMTAAI any ,part of the United State*
petoes I < .
> Oil.IPMI .
I l'iiiil. 1 -
: i"k :
tation of giving the eubstaa.ee of them in S Imid' I r <, Siatioiirry t t 't ill be but Trtil v.four Onl for
Miin'Uute rj.tnl.li.lio.1 v..nvv.icntIii a
ct year
:. Charles Campbell did not return but lie Ii top- I Via rinilig rtriiHiN, Tancy AilirK'SIeVSelty THE: UNIVKIl.VAL! : r F.\' {tUtTI':. "ItlacLwood.! and but
this short sketch. It is a sad story of II|: ..1..0.> t that. t the public eitti/ lely upon I i ;; Fourteen Cenfit a
woman's lore and aan's iocontUncy. was never hnjipy again, after realizing the : l-einiemried: t iIroieh li with comparative \'om' 1 ,; -LAl I III>IiSM: ;if ''OlS I ) Ci.AfsH :2o3, ) ear fur each of the Review

Lucy Man MO attained her sixteenth fatal consequences of his jneon.itan-v.- I f.'rt and 1 ltfd)'. -L di,-,' lituI'n'in h I'mlAl:, COIMUN: .1: CO., AC.ENTS.SCHEME. ; 'I At the above ;'rhi'ri lh* Periodicals will b. I
Ever: before him n sad I f.u-o > \r'el.wh.ao II. L HARTV.yrior.. I] '- furninhed for l!<:57.I .
pale I
nj | '.'tlll\lll.hcl., l ln.d >
before she knew what lore To ( 'ull-irs! : : I ___
year was. :\0\'. 3 1. ':ti :3&-1l1u3.. :
cold! look, devoid! of feeling, I
be sure she had heard talk ol' it ;' .-r- l I.\t'.t'a:I1I1I.ril'
people i hi priroof $3OOC 1 I NATURE'S GUIDE
and had once read some the pierced soul. And tho mot-king smile it :Stit- i Kml'MT. : Ii 1 do !
poetry upon l,5Ct I
that around the colorless of hi-
..,:!- played lips > NOTICE TO DKHTOHS. \ T.: d
subject; but the passion had never j Hg I 1 1 do J.OOf

ed the latent fire in her own victim wet reproaches moro bitter than j t I.L I'EH'IinJclt..1: to the IMat. of ; Al I its! I' rl i i'' n, i 2 .1.. 75( :i ADVICE TO YOUTH.

probably it would hare slum he aWakcn'l the most opprobious ejiitheu) would have: I I 11. Joseph B. Lancaster lain, of I HilMmroneli I % I Ii Ij Thn-ad it CittonLaoi i j 2 do :floe, i AND

County, deeoaoid. arc lu-r I liv not ili.-d that, uti- i ,
longer, bad not Charles been.A ... .. : }:,jin\: (Iti <'r- i -2! \J.) 101) SrGGE S TI 0 XS TO P.\IE *
I wifii ching closer to hi. arm, and his I 11\Iris tn! >v ttlf! with the undersigned oii. i>rl li.i -I TI V
evening, in a low voice, told her how dark 'children flew before the fflItiI4c.* but ( fore thi ISth i-f I't-I'mnrv.<57. suit will l I.c j ti-Mi. l Em: 11'.1 I it I 1'lnin I.i nc" j :211 doi > j GUAIIUIANS AND PRECEPTORS

aod dreary the world would be to him, of them knew the -ry i( cllmm..n.1I'lIi"t them. : We are very .l.i! ) e"lIIlri\.Il'.lk.f..II"1.; Italian Silk i C.i't dn 1C; ,
none III' .
.itboot her smile to light him on his way only hi-tory 1'11' th.i pM"n" iiid.-ltcl l t and her voice cheer that fair girl, or how ( .lo..ly'tb" !hliAiigtrguest ;, n\'llIllhelll.dn this tiniuly notice und fuvtoo | RULES
to him Artilicia.1'I.iin I ,
on throughthe and his beautiful ( : ;Ik.t: Stn\v: I lfinu: : 4e-:4, 1. ;. t
wife .
were cuiitiucted : arduous struggle of life. I .'.inil-iii- .-f :, r[ FOR TilE 9$
with it. ANNIi: It. l.XNVA';;'Tr.K. Adm'rx. :S\vi-s- .md I I'l.iin: ( : ( veryand 2J.740 do ]L

Blushing and smiling Lucy knew not Some days after hi. visit, : to the Asylum J. T. MACl'.i'.i; ; : :. AJm'r. d'-.t-ri1't J'i';"'f. -----. ------. i i rncscitVATiox OF HEALTH

why, she met the fond gate of her lover, January li'i, I$ :'j. It.5V wlii.-h ill i-l!! th*' :)( ,I AND THEPROLONGATION
Lucy Manners was taken ceriouslv ill.: A All "f they w > n tlnnp us 3.i,316 prizes amounting to 53,25'I !
and aniwered him in so simple and child few hours before her tnth. reason li.-.ipfit, nt u lu.Uji.ilo or mtail for ta-h ofi Tu-kttH f 1-.Hiares in |>r )portion. OF LIFE.

like a manner that be drew her to his once .n. T J /' r <- tiiilrv )piodiuv. All thty a-I is tl-nt. the \.Q jtlVtrifthhtkivrr___ i.'ti..rE_. .._ I.. "., .....t............ I I _
m nn n 0 --
if': heart., aDd said: more resumed its throne and hope once I S. A A 44. _I .ttt$44.It. .'' _"..II"I "..rr"..._.-... ...t..!..... ..n..nil,. .in.t..I _U..n..........--S..., r.".... mini enrln-iiii; tho ticket* in n "c.1;I oaf*
.-.- iF" _.. sweet- one et i Knew .loved. more entered her heart. Then' hfier lon!! (cix WK.EKS aft-r dnte. I will nl'fly.tn the lheni'elvef.\ heir o.Ms h:1all been puihited \clop, and nlwn< i.1 li,,.-r, .. the s tri de.t oonfidiiu'e. ALSO AF -..'
and-MJ lam you me, years of mental: darkness which, to her k_ Judk':., of Probate! llilUbotiiiicliVounty.for .: willain the l.i-t IM o rnnli!' '. nnd are nllien. After the ilrnw mi; i ill o\"t'r. we n inl lli,> ESSAY OX THE iIUMANBr SYSTlf';' -

now content. I were us moments, the called to her lover Utter* Admini-trution <-n the I ltatc: i.1'i '. E cry a' tjlt' fold they will arrant otl'irinl ,h IlIn\ inc. with \\rilttn explanation of >

1. The evening passed on, but the lovers and he came-not and full of lifeas Aleiaiider, Sinclair: late, .>f raii h Counteied. \'. .1"! be the art iclo! recommendi-d. -therosulto! the \ontiire. All l'riz'( bought

were so much absorbed in their own hap- when young! .- 1. JAMCS! McKAY.Jan. : Tampa\ Ha. N 0\ t4. "50. ,'..tf nt thi.oUioc are pnMil.le iiuniodiatrlv" after the I' "

pinesa, that they heeded not the passiug they parted-but full uf yearsand 10, I7.; -II G _._ __ u .lra .-iii:: in Current Inll"anll we take Hank I DR. A. R. KINKELIN.. '

boars and sorrows. ------- NOTICE.i Note* <.( Mate. or I Hank; Dntfu in
looking not upon the beautiful lie knelt any ('II\"ml'nt Cor. of Third and U.ioll'.stft i iPHILADELPHIA" t,.. 15
which l.her- bedside and held !h--r ; I. PKR-iOX": :" .1 h'lvi inn dein.v.d: .:, tl"eo for 1 1 u-kft ut pur. For odd amount in niakini; ,; .
landscape surrounded them. Whatto Vor\v\ S\ea\\\: \ VI.
: wasted hand in his, antI i-he, believing. \\ Up..i.itill' : K:.Ute of Win. W. Tiukvr deeifted. will, ohanco, uo receive| "taco Stamp they bine 5;

; them was the loveliness and repose of him still true, renewed her vows of f.uth: 1)) LA N rii.: :: : N. ". Oilevi) nr. 1'."- pleii'c pie eiit them u ithoiit 11.II\Y. to the ..ul. more ronteniont thnn filvor. ('orrespon.ni. -0--- .ek1i -_

nature! Was Dot the quiet happiness in and truth and thus sank into 1\ quiet I <|u..nted to eall at tho subscriber'* "..tute.and -tnbirh l. Adlilll.l -tl.itllX I ; i.f Mild deeelent. nt< tony plare the utmost rontldence in the Prirr, 2.1 rents perCpy. "
their own hearts more than beautiful and : sleep. n-f in aPOllT.H1LB : .\1..11111. .1 b I I.t. nnd 'l..iii all-I.' of \vliat..\','rnnture rf :ulnrity nn.l nafctv of the mail", nerv! few : ,
from which she operation
not awaken .
a continual feast to the eye, that looked until the A'AVfV.VA1 1 a:.un't the Et"II'.1' raid dfiedent. or no tiiMcarrmcti; bf Money bnr'rl'nvhf'lI ADV AN C Ba.J f' : ,
inward for beauty and final trump shall\ summon all to judgment,: STKAM n tlK'h: >h;ill not I I.,. exhibited; within the term properly directed ton*. lie" cartful that you .

,. ..ol \ repose and there before that great tribunal Charles C ol up expremly I f.ir plantation ufe vvhioli) tor uf two y u.Ir. from the .? it.. hereof w ill 1 be barred mention \'lIr I'o-t 0111") ... County and t"te.- TIlE underipned arepreph.&Jtwflj :
"Boon. I advances on Cohoe aM..............
Lucy mast and leave ,
go away Campbell will beheld accountable for running cotton ginf. corn tuilU, or pumpiiig )by ojifiation ot I law : .>\\hivh) all Credit (;live u* at lsa't one single trial l. you cannot hand .'
!: JVB. Will you still be true to me!" quer- the )long of water, cannot I be cse.III'J. org I.e.jilee and l"rst.tIs' ,entitled. dislnfniti' l 11111. much if not Cftin. On. nincle trial may n consigned' toUlt1r.trt-daI. ... !..-i ", ....... .
and CharlsaloB .
New .
that York Orleans. 8aYl. .. ,
years misery .
: agony or "
riad tke jonng man. The first con will take nolioe. And all\ prison indebted make you indepmleiit for life. TRY l'S-! : L: .1' :: .
: Throwing hack her silken hair Lucy Manners spent within a Lunatic that 01( the mules that would t... resulted to.tb..> t.> the 1 r.:'tate will make; immediate pajnient There should be no such word as fail. Ad. W. G. FERRIS, A SON & \

Lucy an- Asylum, in the darkness of a clouded intellect the I'Iallltl' amount ,.f work IInII.\. IIrl" 'o itu- or suit w ill 1 be l.ro\ijit.! \11'.... CORIJIX; CO.St3 "t."" ..

; wared : t pldthat any ne:ro of ordmnroapat.ty; din be M I ,1:1\1:1:1'l: ; I: : .\. TITKER. :_ Pax 100 }'o'l Qifirf.. lialtimort. Md. NOTlCEr -4" ",. f -

f t "Charles, can you doubt my truth! I .. taught' to run one in a we..V: Ad-nr'x Wm \\'. 1'u.1.\\> d.-: apply U the
bare given; you a maiden's first love. Its ? I .vcrl I are now at work in different,: m\l111: f O.-tr.ber :!.'.t h. I.>:..; Inn <, Judge Proba..1a' .
- or : ardor has not been cooled by SWIFT OK LTIXO. Swift used factories in this. city, and are giving entire Sat- QIXVIIK: : afterdate. I will apply to the and for the /
neglect, nor to !say t I ,facti.L v Ahvgi:1irN: : : : Cllt'N': L) Judceof Probnte of Hernando County, forI.tI..rll.f County Heraaddo, Q,ata of Florida. -
'4'. become aubdutsd by the (fear that it was that, universal as WM the practice of lying 1 A.lrnilll'lraliun on the Etate of William for letters of admiaistratioB tka'oaiala''
Af 1.
e..t W. :
D. C. LOWnr.R. : p.KOWX: advkncc
.tgent.t will
.' S not returned. I am impulsive and quick he did not remember to have heard three I PS !Ms srin Ifrl'd. j i..1 Cvlton shipped to their fnrndt! cither in oft Brow u. lato ff sail| Countr J..e""I'lL of deceased.Wat oa W. LcnatV AHPEIS05IUTO/laU of said' Couaty.. ,

iD'IDr disposition, but its variableness.a' goOll lies in all hh life. J&o. 3, 1 HO 7 *3 rr.e t'Fual\'ub. Chsrlettcn rr New York. 26 tf 1&, 17. RiChARD t. WIGGINS.Ftb. tV .. M arch !,*HIT. ,4

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