Florida home companion

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Florida home companion
Place of Publication:
Ocala Fla
C.S. Reynolds
Creation Date:
December 30, 1857
Weekly (published every Tuesday, except two)
normalized irregular


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Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
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United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )


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Began in 1857.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 36 (Dec. 23, 1857).
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.-' -A. envious Car, ti, steal.
S .How-Teautitful! -h l.. bue at a.i oic'i k ; .
'~ irim:.J i.... ..,
u-ine-sIV-is -
D -..-.usttaneI and bri,,tht,
i el bVYl. 11m :,'1'f-t fear;
l' -.- .-s ,_.uT iter,:,t,,,, t~o-tight
.'in itice- h,-re!
3'w,.'ht Ier lumji.,-r! Noiim but those
-Whom hav'n hi.att nulei'"J] ;'dor it ili6s
lwave p-r<)...sje of ku.h 1caic repis-
i Sueb h .?rl'ert r>cfl--a ttis!- -
> _^'
Unconscious of tli w.',- ailtnar-s
Thati w-igh u dJown in waiting hours.
S Her gentle &t-Irit <'o\"wti' s
A burden.- LOw of flo,.v-rs.
S She dreanim! Her i-Va'.lt'- t' FA11M- speiA
Of then.: t.hut ik. n. |-40,jAligbl.,
S For smile.-'nl3irt lierp fir. .'heek-, .
'- niile-s becuitilul i-ii-Lriiirh-
( Oh I oult liift thi- ji. a-l eil
hi 'r".~"/ im't^..l ihlie jtiy Ou V^Rt'm eqe~p>l -,.t
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fil C.U I Ih cpls- |ptirg< Jn Ji] 4 .'till-
..''_ .W ouldl|r .ir~ Nfi,!'ll1'
And lin, 'k It-r j,- lt- i rp I, p t iJ Clt_,5
".L '+'on~i:. ,:h ;:r;- h,+'-,I-'>,: ..t 1,in.4 r.[pre,.4 :
Mark how li,:.i ,.h'.; witi l.tlu-ie- gloi--,
*' H ow i, l ,.%,i ,,: ,%v in g cll I.,re.-,t!
-" -'Sihe bir-thm A, namr-iai-,imid the dreafim-
Tle s-oul uf L-,% l in ti,:- t.-:,uie!
Her-ch'-ek w-ith ,]>ep,:r ilu4-lhQ teeii-
That-a-am.-i-lT IS MY O.WN! '
S- Joy! joIv! MV bliws is.perfe.-:t now-
Tire .to...i I iraved i mine--is min-'
.'. v, l^ 1u .', eI ki.;e I lb w.
An-,i tliarik .Tli 6-h.- i,'. ,T-,,, .1. ,
.By night, ot 'Jay-ni ake-- A.l.p-
rThe signals of ter lovie I -e,.-e-'
I know tiat -i*v-: is pire anl..e` p, ,
.A n'i ,.*< t,:tri a-jfll iii men.


none of rthem~p.;ipereil, but ar i
pnintil a pure 'white, in ir',)ier|
they. ran alsi'Irh as little he:it s
poslhle. -Bv ,,ni s if ,,Iintils. theI
roi.s a re kept ireotty nearly lak ;
,- earranpe ents betray a stri'ug-
dgle against heI MM id--.ants.
Tle. T'ants1in istiln are small
anpl wJtte, and .overr-un every .al-
..hi.ti4w1llng. ,They .inirck e-vr'r
titg-,veni-he beams, of the hrouses,
'andl every, article o fiurpitutre is
615oliged to b prltectel tfrom their
ravages, bv its feet 'bein- imlle to
'91iandl is little ir,,i ili:Oies.-filt'?l with
-,uicklime.. .G1i ral a pin,<; by rn,
such nieaits. :;nit will be unusable
in less thaii a month ; le,'e a chest
?fi clotli'es'uriunr'de.Il tr 'rilvy a lay
or two, anil ull will be utterly ruin-
But the in,,gt striking feature in
thile houseliIll of tlhe English-resi-
dlent in Caileutta, is the r, number ,,'
t lie. servants-\vit tIli icir snowy lrn
perv, jliu.'e turbains, stubby must
5i is, bare fet-ct, aiil cringing seril-
t.'-.* ; ? _**. .. ,
ity--h ',,rnn p;,irt (i t Epc Lcl, oe
'if tlies 5ils a separate ;anl distinct
n.c&ca.imi' in t-oaccurt .perfirn'i
In-v deti0'n,,t rrtamiitring to that rif-
fice. As iat, instance-it is the
business ,.f 'r se-rvaiit -t, s cep
the I:',,r. anrI that oft ;ai,,ther t,"
gathlier up" the swe,.pii.zs ; :ill] it
w-uIl lie a sin au.:iinst thi-r reli.,i,-n-
fur either to perlfrni the ,thcr'- ilu-
tv, orany portion of it. The cise
is thle same with i all thei iIthers, even
in cases ,f emnerezencv. E:ift of
them dies ,'ne tiLing. ;i,'l etie ',iv.
This is whyv in aI Calc-utta hiusi l.II
thev .re so 11111 rus.
SBesilt's itheI Durwnn andi Abirr,.
whose respective id ties we have al-
reaIlv mnieritioTiei, the hus.h--,',il'l of a;
.e r i t n. .. .... I.i u.i. I im--

.. .i enreel, but nea we;liliv, mriddl e-
MISC EtLL. -N I E S claiss f.milyv living in Caleutt: nut
___--- -' "" includle:a K:i niunma, or Lhea1 se--vant,
% IOMIN C 1 S CA2..ITTTA .whose office is s,,meltat similar t,
Calcutt; i .,',e .4f the n..-st be-au- thait of ;n Enu',lish imtl,-r : .i Kim-
tifil cities it tle-wirll. Itsei,,.Im- n1it-gar, to wait nt ta. ile; a M ult:l-
less dC imin, eI ,its .-i- ntil, ,,n diee, to -ele:n k it,,i's,. wash phlts
hnnks .of.- the n.aiti Ir.imtei ,,f thl ];n,|I Ie ill asnhi pl:ites only.) nnl
*/ Ga.,ge., tlhe Eastern style ,A' riti- carry a lantern %hen anmy .f the
S teetuire which |,rtev>ils IiI t,, i]l| con-' fa ,i .ti t i -o 'ti ,1i a u;rk
Strilbute to imiike i it-ih. But it i izht a; a M:ctiil-he, -ir scullion, to
notdily a benmutit',l citY, it. is ;mls, a lso mise dishes whose purification
great -one it ,int:,ins mo-re inhal.- ,hes 1,i,-t e,,nme within the province
-" itits than -"Pn rs, anti sanils ion ,,f the Musaclie ; a Bawbubchlie, or
more a.urunI thnn even Lntdl.n-- e-,k a Surilar, to clean the furmi-
Sthie-)s,-becfnuse it. (.,r that pi-rtinn t u.;n as many Ayahs, or nurses, of3rti ib il yB ii i! .t ) ,s tlie '- Inay he childlrenin the faim- e:I.cLtye tr" y coimra,-oe d ,t i "it .il- tler., thp ,age ,,f seven or eizhit;
we- i,.u eret.,ll ,lt-t.'h ,l vill;a-. i, i rnv'ilIvy's-inaidls as there aire
- ..Theseare"a;. l.buJij l ',f, i beii.iti!'nl Ah liest att ri dt ,; :a Syce, or griorn,
o sto+ it0hje, on :(nllminiie ithiin nI a grass-cutter to every h.irse-
o bne--l -, 'ai, 'i ,ll nd i ln I lia ,,ni st mile class fain-
sum tatmded T,.v 'itfier.uarlers or ilies have several ; a Meeta, or nian-
green lawns, wlMiii, ih-'.th'ir turn, sweeper, 'to sweep thie floor, and a
are always boundedl Ly-'hl _brick Metraine, or female sweeper, to ga-
walls. Seeking te "r f t her up the sweepings and carry
villas, we find the outer gate gu r, away ; a. Bearer to attend to
edby a dwan, or porter. wholi'h The same duties as the English
in a little lodg. clos&by-less "house-maid ;" a H-Iurkaru, to clean
prevent ingresshan to see tha.t the .hoes'and go on important errands;
servant a-nd otherst cal -tW ing a Gareew'illa, or coaclihn.mijan : a Do-
away-a precaution herman a Dirgey, or
diction of the Hindtus Ia, t'a tten-t to
S.detrsabsolutely -' the goats ; a Sirc'r,
"" hegate,. e hupras~se, to ea y
-the doors and window o the more iuPras rtaseto
i^P-are sheltered. by- rrai d 'a, Coolie, to-carry burdens.
Swh, ih is supported ad briig .home: wat is bought t
'.- iBs, iasbroad i 'iarkets ;0 a Chokedar,.or watch-
^ b.riages u I.a. BheestCie, tq bring water
al tb e wells'-for in India there
en ps and a Mate Bearer
S- -in andiab tertd to)themams.-
.-w ea- f i- erateVy werltihy f i
.art a T of "'l- more s,.vants than e hen
b~lifidts a" res ~''o
W ll.a.. i A 1 1 dressed ih flowing rllbees
ebli '. taes, .tothe t ma w i
4 oilA_4The reader will have remark
PQWhila-tI W lth n is l but- tlb readinghe.'ablbve list, tlnt man
tr udi.[ar~av4ptle, i aup,to ajumjj are 'perfortrped in Inhdiaby

,-soiri..When ibese linds'a re Inrol servan,nwhiicb n Eueopt.are
ed, iii :" I I -' + Ab a by II
e47d, 'the. bs ess .e Abdar i iablv'pe'rmrd .femiles.-
ev es eWy jtKaF otiy pomtribis
a.iehn thuj Wettedhy, ineAiac,; ,1 rakes-' onl+ his
.'.upe.. a marka~be l eee of V atr's cLol9j, b t thos'0, his
tIdo e of cool-. 1 a i4 '. s c iab i-.,hotlII
s, .. .-. reas, a^i he chnlu .,e ll cli;
Srter-ing, we find ,.the roofs1', ao gtlemne-n',s waist-Coitt,
/I 4r~a uch tr~tr a,'.2 ri+'s "a e act bt-imJdsc .ham-
-an-thoentsof nghish dtlL d 'iu p0;a.-nd bdnnets, and
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.bodied menu often die' young ; weak the purest, highest lw -, presentalive and agentof theparent
menj "v9,oager than the strong for Blessed is it," s. Wmei mnn, and must giveinstruction Pas the pa-
t w o u l ,Iib erbtu nn tt o tteo nn f o r
the strong ue their slfngth, and "but no one has yet LnLfitir- rent woulI be boun "to gi'e i' his
tby1 Fp4k. ihve -none to ,use. The est rose in the worl.Y place. Ifit be objected that-the
4t kecr- themselves, the Then stepped c i e teacher is representative not of one
rartMr.doAl riot. .. As with the chamber,the little so Ih' merely but of all the parents whose
Sbodso-it is with the mind and the Tears stood in hie eM n-t children hlie instructs and cannot
.tetMpe."-.'.le strong are apt to delicate ceeks.. He ft anrge therefore give such instruction as
Ibreakor, like the candle,, to rfin i closdok, hound iu Vil rd, with." would violate the conscience of any
.thde-' bttlrnR. ". + "- lara silverclasps. "l4otheri" saidl no of th6so parents, we reply tliat
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,erfi'orms this office. lHe peTrformns .OIe of A mdeI-egn',rhM6I tlie little one, ohI, Lea.r idhat I have tI
t well, too: hlie is a ren-arkallyv A ,re:tit IQuel'i onei riricil, in real."' re
c a i ert i ri hl. di i l'Veie t A t\rn tlie chillI seatel liiirself i-r fit
-". i .. .. '-. .rT.4 f =irT-T_ th el bedl. ;nmd read ,ut.,:[t tlie oI)oik ojf t it
mhke anv garmet.t, o rf anyvkj( -d ot flowers from all irtsmIl t? thlel ed. an readout. or tlie ..
material, irov'iiil lie i whit at every season tle ye. But Him who ave in f to lie on h
,i s~,b tI,. the Cross, i. ordler tI save men,:uand cl
he calls a "Muster"-a pittern..- above all ther'owerS she lovely the Cross, rer to save nn, and
Hle ses lackl-arils, .anfl.holdis the roses ; nr, ther-,re she _essel even un"irn -gee"ti n (rrealer "u
wjk thatt lie i sewin" between his the rtentest vi t mts n th#, r A i rise b hsprea>l over the
.great toes. the widl heid'e-ise. nwil-h rcen, ap- 's Mr.,; her eyes
.But nit iin l v-Tre clothes in India plo-scente'i l th"' ar r~ I~ir si o"righllt. [r she saiw ith f ii rest
-mnaLe an.l meniledl by mer,, the nre t if r,'e ,f P e ,* f 'e sp.ii. ...rth fr th leaves of.
als.,o washel II irI l by ,en, awl on tlhe castle mfJ'Wi bn'.l the li the el
7 tile b .-Al he i--r- lie .. ..'e s o t )j
as every ine ,i-er.,f it elA nn es his rillars anil ov events f li bkl. l t rum i, li_ l., l 'iof hi l
.-.r -l. ,'iii-s at l-:it titic ,l v', thle cr rril,.,rs anl salooins, and tle t hCl ist I.I tile t(,' ss.
it is v 1r1- sa1ll f:iiily indeed rises varie-d inc eri, 'rti and l cl _Is eeit !" s;ail ic. -Thev new- no
which WI t n- l int r ne, i ak,-ir i -l tian ,-,. "..' B
ne aslri:n. British resileits But care 1 salnesslwelt in 'lie i, ook on this rse--te It
t:,irest in the wi-rl'l."
i, Inlia selim,,n wear anythlint but that p:alce ; Ie Queen lay on her i i. hw ... th
wh lite ; the 'entilemean's -.Ithes be. sick. bedl, anithe physicians sail The PTarell m is. The Slale. tic
in.- generally niale of white j an, she ili~' "Ther, is, however. Wh\lo is the chief educa;to.r ? or to ce
an'l the ladies' of flle boik muslin. a rfcniely," sidil the wisest whom does the business of educating it
Tlie manner of wiasliin.. which pre- ani'ing their "Brin-i to her the the young chiefly belong'! To this an
vails int l'lia is so, inijurii-us to th ,,se fairest r,,sen tithe irld-the one question, which lies, mostly unno-
,deie.icte tibrics, that a lialy can ,c-i- whicli is thixpressiin of the hiL'h ticedat the basis of our educational th
dim wiear a diress mire tOl:i half a est and pult live--i that comes theories and which must evidently, mi
dozen times. ''The -lev. or wash- before Ilerfes ere they close, she ere long challenge a distinct consid- to
ernimn never u.-cs either sanp -,Ir fire, will rno't ,li' eratio', three diverse replies seem t,
but wien lie hitr-garmerit to, wash Andl yig i,- nrll ,ild c-me fr,,m all ready to be given by the three class- Ien
lie t:,kes it'to the side of a river, -r lands witlhr-,se;, the liveliest that es who on this subject divide the St
a tank, soaks it im the water awhile, bloomell iitmh % .,rdeiT but none public mind One _class will an- fr'
andi then, gathering one endl of it in was t ierigi' e. The flower must swer the Paorent; another, the tate; t h
his hand,' beats it with all \'s be -brought frh the aren of ,love ; while a third says, the Church. This ra
sirenvth n stone till it is clean, but Fhnat rse,,oul.l lee he expres- last class, the smallest in number uc
He tihen spreadls it -in the hlot sand sion of the liie-t. purest and influence, either from, an habit- hi
I., dry, and thle burniiiu. suni imparts An1 tl- i|ith' san' ,f thie fairest ual deference to the ecclesiastical st
t., it a snowy whiteiiess, such as the rose in the .;lIl--each ,,ne named power, or from a desire to make the PC
minst careful wiaishrw,,man carinnt his oin. i messengers were religious element paramount in edu- fu
,iie to her linen in Englnil. sert thruh_ the countries r.ound, cation, would roll upon the church fa
We have n..t iance ti s;Ieak at -to every he.lthat beaf uitl I lve-- the business of providing .schools, ca
l,-t'li of thile peculiar imnnnrs ann1 to everyra ran'nd every ago. and would make,.the clergy, their a!
rii..tiis ',f thei ,tlie.i-nr a;n '"No ine is yet name1 tihe flow.- guardians if init tea hers. How far e h.iuhiliIbl ; ut ,ut 1f thile er." saiI iP wise man. "No one the opinions of this class may pre-
mn.itepiali iAlrealyv given. thile irm.'i. has shoun e pIlace from i henee it vail in the future discussions of this ar
Jiitin of tile reailer iill iliulitless spring's in il Feauty. It is nt one question cannotrbeclearly foreseen; e
be able to fiorm-a pretty correct id'-a of the roses,.ni tlIe hi-r 'if Romeo at present *n almost unanimous t
,,f' it I;is.t soime__tb ,_...TO,_rli n, Ju 'rni "lir'- 'rave. popular verdict-pronounces their re- P
nent features cf IA HON IN C.AL.- though thie.s..'i-,r-s "ill etcr hlonom ply inailmissible. -It is with theE
CL'-rr.\.-H-Iom'e Cotti/lttiin in le..-'n.,Is .-I .izs. It is iiOt of ft;-mier two of these replies, there i
...-. thlie r,.-' tlit ., i f-rdi froni fore, that our di.qcusssion is now P
.4A Chiupler ol Firsl Tling%, Wiikelri,-X' llu,,,l-s;irin'l !:ineC- concerned. p
Thie ,,I.c.,t bo.ik ki, tW o ti liex-. -tr.--in tw h. m, .,1i iid i ieihfl-ed in In propounding thile important in1 a
taini. %hii'li hibs tile name ,_f ithe ,le:lt|l frin, lie of iOw- hero quiry whether the Parent or the in
1,1 tie wlerec it wIs I rinte. tgc-tlier fir the filthli,,I, tl,,,ughr n, leath State holds the chief place in a true t<
with tlI ilelate of tie year when it is swe,-ter, r,,se is rehller, than- educational system, we do not wish. th
was execut-,I, is a bcautil1il edition the blool with then fl-weJd. It is, to stirup an antagonism where none ,t
,of the psaliiis in Latin It was is- also, not thaneoilr-fl.>\r. fir the now exists, (and it is certain that
sued-at Mentzby F:iust yid' Sch,,'ef- cultivation ihyliehi man gives his any idea of rivalry between the h
fer, in 1457, just ,our hunilred years fresh life aw; 'in years and lays- ,State and the citizens in the busi- ti
ago. The most perfect copy known the magic rosuf knowledih-." ness of education has not entered t
is that in the Imperial library in "I know wkre it bloms !" sail the minds even of those who lead in n
Vienna. It is printed in folic, on a hap#)' mnior, who came to the educational ideas,) but this question s
vellum, andl is .: superb specimen of Qi'en'seouchvith her tender babe. uuderlies all the more common ques- t
printing. A sec,,nI eliti.-in of the "I know wher.- the fairest rose in tions in debate concerningour school t
work was issue ini 1459, unier the the world is to be f,;uut--the rose system and the day seems not dis- s
patronage of thie St. Albans and which is tf e'r e sion of the high- tant when it will force itself on the t
benedictine Monks, which containeil est purestbre.' It blooms on the public attention. The question of s
probably, the first I-inted text of blushing cl eks of mv sweet child, religious instruction in school, hing- a
Anathannisian reed, when it o0pis its'eyes refreshed by es upon this of parental or State su- I
The earliest printed bo,,k con- slumber, ar4 smiles at me with its premacy in that school, and even Z.
tailing, text andi en.zraings, is call- whole love." the whole question of the expedi- e
ed the histories of Joseph, Daniel, "Lovely ii that rose, but there is ency of a State-supported system i
Judlith and Esther, printed by Jo- yet a fairer ae," sail the ise man. of public instruction must be affect-
seph Plisterat iBamberg, in 1462. "Yes, a nuch fairer one," said ed largely by the answer which 9
It is amongst the rniarest typograph- one of time women. -I have seenwit shallbegiventoouropening inquiry..
ical curiosities im cxiste-nce. there -a holier rot- bloonmis not. But it If the State owesit a's one of its 'e
being only tw,, kiin .Tiies of it- waIs pale, likethe petals of tea-rose, inherent duties to provide for the,
one in ithe royal library at l ris, I saw it on thicheeksofthe Queen; education of its citizens, then the 1
an-I the oilither in the collection of she had laid mite her i yal crown, teacher is but the agent; and repre-
;F l f ,.enen' text of andwasnursing her .jk cmihi.i,, sentative.of the State, and of course t
,h. "ble, hs,-'N _- belsh- the long, sad nht:.. 'e we-and he 4tate cannot authorise him to
epts appeared n 147g kissed it, and piyed"*w'w for it, gi such rol iouas4ritruolion_ s 4
..GQutteuber, g_ in.ed-and first as a mother pnys in tLbh-4orxf an- it organization forbids to provide. 1 lctte'ormovablegu The questions ay still recur wheth-
types~in 1442. As early as 1423 "Holy and vou-lerful isthe-w~te er since its duty to educate grows
be had printed with lines cut ii. rose of sadnes,in its po~er; but it out of the law of self-preservation,
wooI, but this was only a small me- is not the one sought for. it is not bound 'to give that high
chanical advance on what had been "'No, I saw ttp fairest -a'e in the moral and even religious education
done for many years. world before the altar of the Lord," which alone con adequately pro-
.. said the goodfQ Bishihp. "I__s, mote its well-being and perpetuity;
MAN.-But few men die of age. it shine as thou agoel's face but as the State was created to
Almost all-die of disappoimttmient, had shown itself. Thi yiung maid- preserve the rights of its citizens, it
passion, mental or bodily toil, or ac- en went to the altar of the Lord, seems evident that it cannot through
cident. Tht passions kill men some- having renewed the vow sf her bap- its schools violate those most sa-
ities, even suddenly. The common tism, and roses came anl went on cre:' rights, the rights of conscience.
expression, "checked with passion," her fresh cheeks. The ymun maid- Butifthe Parent is the chief edu
has Fittle exaggeration in it; for, en knelt there; she looked up to cator, if the duty of educating his
even though not suddlenly fatal, God with her soul full of purityamnd childi-en be among, his parental ob-
strong passions shorten life. Strong love. That was jrcsaion of ligations, then the teacher is the re-

rent from care or control of the
schools w,,uld pacticallj.*be a pro-'
hibition of such eare or couatrol, and
wouldi relieve him from responsibil-
ity that he has no right to rolin-'
quisth. i
Mock no man for his snub nose,
for y6u can never tell whatmtay
turn up. '

ieobjection- is valid against the pa-
ent'emplyiig a teacher-whocannnt,
tly -repl', but not agaiiist a
ie teacher's giving 'such lessons as tl
e would be bound to give his owg
iffliren. The it rent's dtu-ty to ed:' a
-ate his offspring is priorand par'.-
iun 1it; his duty to employ a teach- w
Sor send to school i 'only' contin- ,.!
'nt and subordinate. fl
-Ulit b'e ur-ozdthat the parent maVy g
mpluN a.Lcuhecr -were]y to,4fiu'c~*Ii
e intellect-4l-has been rigitly-an- n
veredI th:1t the unlerstanding can- ei
it be dissevered from the con- 01o
ience ein -the process of education. s(
is remembered however P
at the highest religious instruc- P
ion required in schools does not ne-,
ssarily involve scct.arianisnm, tho' b'
certainly does embrace christi- w
nitvy. M
The fact that the State furnishes ta
e parent facilities for the fulfill- h
enfit of his great duty as an educa- hi
r does not change the relation be- Tk
Ween the parent and the teacher he pl
nploys. even when the aid of'i the le
Itate extends to make the school cl
e of cost. If the enjoyment of ri
6o p.11,, ippt.-reauires, a deg- ai
adation of the character of the ea-
cation which the parent owes to h
s child, then the consequences
ernly follows that the public sup- hb
ort must be relinquished. Nay, is
.iher, the combination of different t<
milies to support the same school si
an be right only. on condition that o
Iconsciencious!vemploy the teach-
- ofsuch school in the fulle' exer- in
on of his whole duty and influence. ti
s an instructor. It neec nolt be fl
eared that this will exclude from ii
ie common school the child of any ti
rent who believes in tlje Bible. i]
[xperiencc has proved bey nd doubt n
iat a teacher of the mo t-active
iety may teach so as to render his
upils christians without ffenceetoI
single scrupJe of anychristian sect
n the community. His rig t so to
each turns, as we have stated, on
he question i ether the State or-
he parent is the employer. ,
A system of public instructions
as justly been cunsidlered one oft
he first cares of each new State p
hat has arisen over our wide do-
main, and added its star to the con-
tellation which spangles our na-
ional flag. The duty of the State8
o provide and regulate public
schools is now too widely conceded d
o be safelyattacked, or to need new
sustaining proof; but the character
and extent of that duty must de-
)end largely upon the position the
State is supposed to occupy in ref-
erence to tho whole business of ear-
ng and training the young.
If the State either from its obli-
gation to secure the rights of its
children, from the interest whichh
every community confe:sedly hasin
he intelligence ,f its different mem-
bers, is'uthorized to assume to iti-
self the whole business of education.
then the whole school system is a
departmeut.ofthe government and
ob._ht p__prlv to be+ entre._aip- .
ported front "the'puhlic treasury.
The" State should proceed to estab-
lish schools and colleges for its chil-
rlren, if not in entire forgetfulness of
their parents with only such regard
for them as may serve to enlist their
jrentalaid and influence in the
prosecution of the work.
If to the parent belongs the pri-
mary place of" ditty and authority,
then any action on the part of the
State which would supersede the
parent or abridge his liberty must
be insufferable tyranny. Even the
provision fo~r schools, is merely an
offered aid, and cannot wisely ex-
tend boaond tlhe parent's needs. Aid
that would entirely reeve the pa-

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The T"ILcc ree r t'-r;
The Press, Pulpit,- and-:Woman,
re.cthe gre~a powersaofthe e4-t,
hie irresigtis lelvrs" h'I c on- ..
tautly ra^ e -hu ankty.,to ,a`-higier .
ad. 9il.i.bfiigherdegree ot' progres.'-"..-
,Vithout their, them ott m'.of-thi-gs -
uIld~fall out,'anl society be 'spill- '
A out into original chaos. And of ".
iese great, powers., woman-" is the ti
reated. Th press makes 44tht.eo-
1e 'ite'Hignt,/jpatrindW-at *0o- ,
nan M~akes a M-t
"" i.^& "";"' .a- y t; .- -.--i,'S .:-_. ---.'--+)
inn makes, yaemip',strious, gen- "
rous anil roman .'The pr;l rulis
ur intellect, the pulpit our.cdn-
iVn 2, woman~ur hearts. The
press swiy-s public opinion, and the K,'.
ulpit moral convictions; but wo- .
nan sways all things. There would .1
e a falling off even in church going :
ere there no girls there; and if wo-
nan is not "first in war," sheis cer-
ainly "first in peace, and first in the-, .
arts of her countrymen. And she
as influence in war, too, men would
ot fight merely fdr masculine ap-
lause. It is for "the girl he has
ft behind him," that -the soldier
hiefly bears' his burdens, runs, his "'
sks, and deals his sturdiest blows;
ad his laurej wreath of triumph

e.not lay it at her feet.
The worlds governed more-by the
cart than the head,; and the heart
Swoman's empire, wherein she rules"
o elevate and refine. Without the
sunshine of heir influence, the .heart
f man would be a bag filled with ,
oxious growtlh-a mere fungus oozE-
ig slime, in which the rose of affec- ?
ion would never germinate, nor ikq,..:"
owners of eloquence bloom. Woman?, ,-
ithe engine of life-the great mo- "7 ,
ive power of love; ambition and civ- '
lization. May fortune favor her, "
ian protect her, and God bless her t? '.
n town near Bostond'had a custo- -
ner more dreaded thsn -desired,who -
ras always ready to taste early
iuit, without buying any, eat ri- rt ,-
sins b3 the'l-Iandful, dip into the su-
gar barrel for big lumps, and fill iis
msnuff-box from the jar on the conn-
ter, under pretence of taking._a
)inch.: This game got to. be insuf-
'erable. He had a barrel of choice
ipple sauce in his- store, a fact
which our sponge discovered, who
seated himself upon it, and when the
storekeeper's eyes were turned he
would dip into the barrel and scoop
out a handful at a time and take it
lown at a gulp. The dealer had seen
the whole by means of a looking-
glass which reflected the store, and
he resolved upon a plan to fix him.
"John," said he to his young man,
giving him a wink, "why did'nt yeou
throw that apple sauce away '"
Without waiting for John's an-
swer, the sponge broke in with-
"Why; what's the matter with it?
It's first rate. Ithink." -
."Yes," j.iLkia uTregEeper,.,"it
was;-%t a cat ai' four kittens were.
drowned in it last night !" '
The victim lqled pale ad mor-
ed towards tie-f'aor. He felt as if

tivc w.&5 an inljui mF~imz, .. .ll.rJ 4- t
vowed not to patronize at store
any more. u ..
NOBLE L'FE.-The pursuit of a
inobleobject adorns and elevates, antd
enoble,s and vivi$os lie. Without a
definite a'm, lfe is like a rudderless
ship, dril'fing about between life atd
death, buffeted by the wjnds of cir-
cumstances, and 'entirely at the
mercy of the waves. While one with
folded arms waits for figure oppor-
tunities, another nakes tl pieaneat
occurrences subsertient P' a golden
result. One labors .,to find some-'
thing to do; the other labors to do
something. When the Alps'iinti-
cepted his line of march, 5- leon ,
jaid, "There shall he n s&i .s.,,
difficulties from ow p OpD.. .
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^^^^ ^ i-^fll'^ r-c.' rick s, .ot aind tl;a .-r., i, ki* u,.:Cni .;,. ru
?^^ ^^ %a^ i^n sh~Iap^. u'flill~ w~hiic^ wer? t.: be iipi~n ,Ap3)w to Ihc B'cople of. S'itlii
imtan 5plw^ tY h baL Litin winte" l"s"'r*' E~uii> Flor-id:) Initeresled. in who
li < ... ie Proposed Raliroad E,- !.. ;
'- i .ofl nn ""io
"" c..t".,e', '. .pr af "-,, ."' r' ,-,'- ,. ---- -- "' ;
we^S K ^ ne'-d' at -OAAVFL DA,'* In rcumning thesubject, now occa., |
-' 0 "o'r' n W- v D -ESO r*' ing d's..rvedl' an i"m,,ortant interes..

S,. DE. .. C O. the nids o thne people, I will aga "
' i,#," e, 3' aQ- "
.,,,.ve England on'e from Taipa have. rc'f-r to t1 beneficial iif.uencs which" '

.o. be Te c tor P, -t o. ,r' thi "igh- result- from opeig -.cinuni.a- .
a a qua rtr o a1 rek ,:t a,,-J lun erswa-, i no e iso -'- FIh i[raLri... 'e> "r n io
"" m*,obnof;Jl'prann.lnl. -n m w~ derti, that a large .i llh .tl to Ihe I C l ae now ui

':iu ..y^iDalwill rer1iura thais.pnotift. in~-411-mi"e~r passed-through to othc-ruffices, iniPc'rfcrs, tt) a Iicr-ge amount, of the
,..,' '^thik m he.eottondistt'i"t, f n ut :,p e stop. ed LerI It"It is the )floti or din ary ne A of lile It/
;;^. ^ bw PVJYI ^ ^ .Ste,.;.t .e he u s a s-tiled fact.,' Itothe articleof flour #
th t;alTnlAe iwat15supplyf u- t -a.
? n ap ei'i .aWtrnl m tID ...'.abcountry "imlo, wd ,. .-*
a4 fl" Oes* enek -r. kean l .ifA t do ,Inude rSo. Whathdo we payfor this.

,.. *' ""* ':tb.o \ 'article of dailporant io n ? Whes
'*.*'A~ _~e.k's 'dL is selling in- Atlante cities fora,
,-.**/.* .:',,,g -Eiigfet on~~~ ,,,e .* ...... '. "to,., .1 -, .c dfi*

^ -. -*fu^ t'1'*' *he* ticajolWlkn into their-storesr, grab- d~,S0 0 n^find that of ~lreq ouret s
L u a^eir p 0.o r n oe h pie're's~episto-o &' deiei Lv bif a;,arch'-Bir twvo ofcloth, orayoetir ir h n tie rket pince
res .-te pr-8fcoioij, i on ther a of' Snie l .value,'Bad then to .t hbraespo efi it t n our doors. W hen ih tho
lo-west oit -]1 We anlii rido .wee.".eunestndt~l alree t*ls ih thinero. ,wordno o m
yi3^'''': ^ran t wt!P.n^ulh^beir$pa^se^ aboutt'prog If. iprigliferr, the a ies,'we pay the sam oreg
if'e i3the uhotton,-t iL,.charesf .,,1 we"liv

ori*^^.tore'^ts "^^ aniirtpo'si-' dntk-iing ounitry, we ahiioay pi;t high- 'T:
j^'*' l jje stal,^ till' jhy roducce- tion-*<$pe that is so froeicic-nIJy pr'ra- or I~'r tlcii. luxury thum do the pe dl ers
a.--action, and it iust come as soon -a t;,,ed on ut s to proveead e ri. us iniurs h f thoe ion pronueai ei s oflire I h.y is
t Ma'chest.r arid ote-r manufactutring .. our bnsine-s-tliat of persoo t coin- Mii2 The -.,luti-,, i simple The t<- ri
.incite al t.-a t f Cniiot ke r 1 i t o .. ..ianh n o ( an o r- wold

*ona w binaltion work. Bvfuoie-c -'on ,,es -" -r l1 lc "'"**'g ofor,- ~ r~~olino ua .s
"* forwnir-d tIn? pricc uaust a cent over its J.reseit iAjtuytitions.- Vr;'l givint us a c Tahee to e.x.po ulu tr' r,, aiiik ii. I w b
o'w De'1 B-n/.. .."i-, i e i era a i .. t i'.-i
-' -n. _______ S.d lr *-t;, s tiims, andto ee i,,'an tn'eountr b-ow t-
G-ENU.A. W .A 0.t.i' SA r AT NIA- of oia w-,tll ySlid t f, awtotr an aLe t ude n"c. What d,,i i-we. ,tiaytr ti s "iio.. .thatir
RAGLTA.-Gc'l.eral W~;,tk,.r. hollaft 'l, of a fw^ -,^.~ iiii: m v he Itr c~ -*v**n~ b- t he deavi"rnl.: If We- Taa *
bile!ittth I .tt:-I 1)0i ba:is" -ti," *-,. b... .. --- as a-ht ofa,,i dail sumpiiot1 n5 ? i Whe-
e 'l /, su,-e-e'in~l-d i .. I~~tih.. at..,:,'" tO ."...ko""ay : fo ~ e at i sslg i-t~""tatecte fo

Putit; Arei~ns. u itli ,,m l.-in ,,-n..o aiaho with laii a fair h p r mal .io i tl! ,i,J, i ,i ii lroluiioin vouldl
the *25thi (f thuL ntaitii. li;,M ii..r pr,:-vi. ^lini lie has si rvedl ni n < -/uch.r,-- fn -'"-* "I (I"Jh C tibn. wl -'eh l-l:ia Inn c- iijt
ously seat filty im-n up lie river -. l..1. W.e .u..'.., l'm p ieai-inir I. -li's l V k-in it ted ofy -hi-nt [
an'" i!,het rat ., .. he 4i ].i-.ti .it i* w ,,iki of.intitheiiiitorer o t, il g ra -s 10 0. efin ,,a it'r, ,1 re i t.
tempt w-as ii;.de atou. jilt erte Withine a Ins ., ,-l, nior "hatli ma r et pri ei nsl
.i"' f .seii mt. a i' u.eire ii i-iie,.r.i t> ai "-sotn ill ri>,.ln.rt- ium m ,re >,i l i -ti l r *" t |
have eetn oveiuotike, a-' tl.. -,,s;o- ever i- love ith his c-:>lli,,g. The nar- !illi1l to t-Iiigrlmtiai, **'uh t1l tp
pao-sed ui- der Ip e -trnt -.f llhe o tlt'lei tic-ular-s of tie ufi-.i, mna bv l earn,, d then to *.1,po. it t u o
St t ..n.. .... th e nInwg nt, Mu,',i..i i ,col i"h h a ii' ,,a- f '". .i.. e ... ",ul'] to. l i
s ing in the h.rbo-. .i.. l the W,.i'ita n tc u ia I tt hL l l.- in- h he a B.
inin ii* i it vm- f si- t. haul: b**4 7 "i -- --- ., a-.tin liii' punr-tlts aJ' f -'ai 'i'nn- ii];
ing of'l lie imaei. the l-'.m.'hiiaii left for A -' *r ^ N rn Ms ri .L;. i..w ,l l.n la e d iix l, 1.
pitawill. amIdI.I :I* o\Lv-rli;iiail>.d 1,\ ''iir 1''- *'l'"" frina altk-j ac-imio-rit-cs it Oi;|I;m nnclei~iita our p.:'i|.le at Iliome.,11..1 lilie al i
mi.... .. 're SF.uli"ing.ori.. ..i.-'i, t e n, .-hiaaJ-iy vc ing, and leaves on inn-I sntla mi b.' i" d" nigir af' h .m_:l'
frig-alW ha~ hi :,, tl,:n, pi, t Tlne |,:a- Ti,'-,l:iy iiiruning-. in~te,l aof \V,.,lti,. .,|,'i,,,1,d l~y ,1he pI,,a,.titi,, s^,~ ; ""lii
^ ^^ ^ ^Vm,,.i...h.r.,..,,.prvg,. .,. .. + i,

ie r t ii si t mno i,'e l t ,,a l n-. ro-, ,' -a l n ;i.t ,i -.L.(iin ,
.-Ju;- / n . A ,..;.i < i ,.v:.ii,^iiN.Pr tii .a ,,,r ,I._wle lw I.,ub of st.^,. ;,n. ,,ar~ m, ,,t -~g ie i h ve~ ; io un il sugar~ v

and-m"inorat teiiit dt tini de tIin is soafrcr ;,ll if f ,r r I., -hi, y tpiil'l thu o ih l -lie dier'

'I'e. ob iole sthis ', ee' l.eedin tusi n t* ptiie la, ,e ing -f t i,ne r.,: ueich Sics. 'W hya i s Tr e
.i-. l.. l. ft -,"- ,-i- ,Si Io r our sul-e--i l o i erhir,t al il e ,|tn i i, !if te euttli,. we IS i nl l urIn h ie
!jhn A6o 1 ia-pa-e k-ti e eSoln:,e, l, Nk uin.. IO 8,tl" d me ,I e a 'rc n. o1." tur ,' of tint 111 ia tina c [l. Ii11a i" k. t ta il

TH L UTAH C. 51 .A 03 PDe^,iteh1s troeiuin. 'on from tllie Whest. until Ilan t I|,,in la-r~nrt tre from'I the miot "''
"hie bei e i df (. J. n a t!'n li-ac is .'u tv opene.r t ,I the- n*w ir th l I lis iO uilt rno fi i -t i l.d
eentoer iSa lt Lake Cilt bfrie St- Cin n be cha per],.',. f, e:ila f rising iipi tanc e As b

He intends to f'orrm a juncictin l^ith our.paf-P*' t0 ci~lC.-niber. l blt as9 "''ot a rule, deduced .fr-om correct data, it. is 'p'l
Cor. Alc-xD n-ln B, t tl, e '.uth 01 l',,ie- as cl:t i done, we will fih our publi- ow a established fact, that the glca
neile Creek, about. tliinty miles firm cation day so as toa supply thia greatest opnn of i Ralra *instantl in- c'al
Thait V(tJO 066 pit"a t *Filoria nuniibeor wt the n a-.iest h-i

Fork. aid tot1 fart'i-.-ni sa-iut v mir" .a___ t'na creases passengers and visitors to a
from hi< owni camp at Soutli Pass. I-lk Niw-w'YinzK P." Bo-'BK.-This able country 78 per cent, whilst in two years Stat
Rivei- ir ieI'e hat^-; ('oh of' Sothr tRi,, h as not, c- quantity of goods increases 1000
com ad, with ii is ;.v. Cuni -ti di' tinu.-d, as e ve feared, -p ce't oer the old systems of trans- h

wing, will join him. ( ' Jiliastan but is now firmly e-sltniliihe-d. and will Portarnion. This shows the immense the
it b e0 1 t

thinks his tbee.ISare.y T i to the be coniwc.,ted as f viiniter.auasel as before advantage of railways o fer the slow
protretican of supply'trains, amid Jine- the death of tile late editor Since conveyance of all marketable produc-
diets that the contest will lie a l ra- 1 ,, d" a i of' Mr,_,S.,, t h p r tosa ndimpr bd r od on b s P
trab ed ote unless lge reif cements t 1 h N l p
bsentliim. He speaks of the- imios- haq passed inti the hands of Messrs. and wagons, on ordinary roads, in- .

sibility of- his making a retroade- VAN En.iC, HOLON A Co., gentlemen creases t a surpassing degree, the pro-
Pnovl-ient, as if he thmo ug. t I-,t eii.,lit ]igen who halve long laecn cf r nneeted with auction of the one and the us,'-i 'c
cies might aris uu eore long thlat would i',i" iaepahlant jaur'nal. We ho-pc they tion of the others and that the facial
afford a poorer soldiet- an excuse fpr o antr itloe o
beating aret orat. w receive the encouragement their ties this mode of conveyance offers to
Energy in the caus.c demands. Terms, the travelers, equally increases the traf- gi..

We learn from some of the Metho- $-t per annum, with grIat r.-,uctions fic of persons from one part of the Itui
dist- journals that large ana inf.liuential to clubs country to another. The difference to ,hT8
conferences have d inl ed license the traveler between coach and rail-

and cardain no candidIate for the minis- MAiSONIC.-The officers elected, for way traeig aybe thu state i pr
try who is not willing to forego the use the coming year. for Marion Lodge, In theSother ny theu r]ate, f c
of tobacco in every form. A new u r1i- i N .. as foll os ,- rfr pe' l i otheileha unflbe henradi ie on-h I c

versiy las been endowed also in oneao
of the Western States with the prcnvi- John .1. Helvenston. Wa. M. haf th sain of tie on da in
80 in its by-laws thatno professor shall Churieing s Slagn, S.
be entitled to an ot ihe avails of tbe D M. Altrl,. o- every hundd m ; d n in
endowment who is addicted to the u, Ho. Wilson. Treaurer, hotel charges, on the road, of one dol-

of tobacco. i '' rP. MrCants Senareiary. n lar atd fifty cents for that distance,- The
SJ s Crowson, S. D. So that, if the saving of f are in that

ST. George Randolph, a n ephew of L. Levy, T D. w. We 85. the tsavi of time o eq
Jarin oad_ o ', .. in Hiram Alderman, Tyler. .- c n c n The
ing tidof i le nli. of Roi- ke, Iu't a e r i is n t

*Charkotte county, Virginia, on the 4th -- ., e ryw kng an st aed t$1
fga---.' Hae waa the last in theli'eof FOR SALE-Mr. LAMAR. proprietor a.dlhesavingof Iotey i ch arilges at$l,50.
rs n-O the Ratndolp It \ci'Tt .. I., wes,-born of tli, Savannah Georgiani., offer. a the whole sum saved to the traveler, fm

d.e,.oaf and dumb, bt was high ,r ,ic'i roieinvl. -ilter est in that office for sale, -who u.,es the railway one h, um.dred is
tled in hreane On retunin home n

ro Virginia in 181 ie he isd of and',t a s -h miles, ani',its to $i50, a sum equal ld
"N. is,: t,.I~ t h e o,- l S~eoieL,:: wh ich canno be .,ro
rWtliu.,, airthe. tAl lst. untilN tha ih.i e, tur r,n to,-in t h r~lwlhad.
l'NA~~io n e! ais fuly op 'eneJ nimesh, andwhrhl t dt~'
Its ,.tLu ,,l:t.h. te t,.n to teut ill W or txee ilo :. on -ftr,, dath o e iig il oran this
entee cal Lae Ciyhal,.rt'S.,i
l ited to frti "a ut bti-, baiih or -p_ st s l,,-iSr _uta ,, article, of uu~ior ore data, itis'h ea
Col.~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ conne ttemuho ,.it-a htsdn, il i u ul-nwawl sumptione ?at thAthega

fro hi ow eam atS,,th -.;as I Nik\vYo el an, th s it i se llintgy8pei en-tt, whlstin ctioe rs f tar
River,~-ii~ r whrieh'psta (o.(,,,' . "iak io, of Fl b
Lonnd with- t\hr i-A;, '. -'n beet whl':rtn ,. o h ae feared S.00er wen payer the o idsytems oftrans- difi
c "q he... ..t e
ruing,~ ~ ~ ~ 'e wil jonhi:C.,.Jvlsknbti gowirmly esat, hedi-o,, gab-dwilpral, $105. an'hisnsow that immrensuielbe
protetio b;upyIars n ,r Ih e deatho th o o clot h, eior Sinye cnveylane mofe a a ~ll ma rketal prince
-ice: flintli th tots will loe a$m to rtr,:,- t urd or ur
trae-ted Jn p uf e .s]:reen..rellt -h tet Cof WrheqO li ae i~sad iprtdgos n baget u
I -1' prtheaue, d te
bo se t hi ., He- s, as ,,f eh nlo-hspse no tehnso ess .ad wg no riay ras n r
tte hs Via
nmvement,~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 9 asi e.huh hteign h ae word abee eueted [ith duetion Wfte e pan y te eosumpi_
ois g t. aise 6 ,r 1 on tha wo. ,hi iIotn jo rnl We hoete ino h tes:adta;te el. o-t
tfk ,.y *e gj Itw i eiOas n r -CO
afford ~ ~ jXF. M. poesodraneeuefr wireceiv~ed the d nouageer, t "their tisthsndeogonhaneo-et

ed 0st. oraple"si'hy Vo that larg and irile~ rlurn a "to 174b ou this to ano ther. the tilrne peop.le
acin er da i t no 4 eanid me as the minis a I\o c.- h ofiese ;frwytae ing, m ay' eths satedV isTh
Ltryw oi o iln ofrg h s theed congu s'r t opro Me a zeriou njr ofge I the nouten co.) u nr 'te aeo I r
o to a oineeyir Anew uri-g loour 19 ,hiA.Y. a pere s o nlo s :rii li olk sm l h
civersfirty ha t beeI eandowe amlso tnhe, Ilfe, per ,jle u ha beldmiihe
Soibmo worhn. ,l-or Helvennon \e
forw r the prier muste w~.ieit h pe Fro i- .;-, .l nu al offe t-- pay or eve hafbhaino'tm ne vi i
ce to ver its vlas pe nth q -iat iono profes w cr i n shall acharl ncla e, to ,.ttlt l-r l _v a_ 'I a I ., ." T
A7'-4 NYttle tf anyo the arrva inil tof ... F!. .
]ENCto acc 1le ants_ ;~r AT N CSec IrWjjj~~i r ef, lta_ ry n als. e 1, 11. a i'tsc nt fo r th at dri-c -sitane
__ ,. r. J.-r 0 V S. aCrow %s haon, beD tQ,1-0 _v- rn. b) ota, ilf th s vingiid If fa e Tin tat Len
bie U ,t Geor e R a dl ph, I a N o n ephe wcai extr L. L vy, J .Dii-. as J Ie"~u h 4---Lal ; .. 0L
.er Fat,,uun, su-ued- ia, lanehw atin F1 Hme
Pulinb ri.R a s.dolp h of Roanoke, ,died. in, Hiram with, fair eir. m l I'l il... ..lvi,%V The111
uhrs tt eou- t gi n ,o the 4lg t h,- at---- .. C" 1 "p I Ip
.... he wa r- t he las inel Iha~f F ris 'er-.--Mr. l^k f^ar. p opii, r [Ii$ r t Reavingofhote..-lehare at $[;5itil-0. 'le

,d a s mad e tu b "t wasw hit he u trif
ni.niis awl his il' t ilhl ru -hll, n;,iretintht e fo sle, fih se h ailon ud ed 1
'h.ave ted n lverineoliU. a-l; 'iln,, Fodifn eer it, love ai- hi .nlig T...l~.rIeIt ul"7.-Il ".dfl It,
trN.. wit utll'glnl enunk I,51 lie ne;r, I vI .

thIe jlaIless illn _l__ of his brother at e-i.-aper has iiow a subscription to the cost of Iraveling one hundred Crea
.. Harva'd Colhge and immediately' he adv'ti"ing patronage larger than miles further. Ato
I i- It V E iL- s' leforc'cnio3ucd. annl ita ir- The ";n rcitafor this dist
d d &day*ndneath ie is si;ud nrr to cuation 'is as varied and extensive as ... .... ., *-
ave 6wn a lucid interval. anv Joffriial in the State." T6 'thnr tnce. in Florida, would be incp.laia- "- :
.. __._.,. oughly compLetent business man a half hie, and could not be estimated by any T
'.." AiEA.TiiQt\Kr. -TheEtlual interestt, would be sold on most accomn data from abroad, as we pa so, '
ANEPlQA'r-h arthlquaie' tepa islany 6,a
... oek. fel in his city about 9 o'clock. Inoalling terf. charges of .eam.boatage, receiving and 'Wiill
'i3 estezday nmoruiig: was during tIe d v _. .... .. -
the t.ilk oftihe towTi w ona dig t-l L.d The Citizen, which John Mitclihel forwa'ding. storage, barge bills, wharf- ty, a
-the mnotin was felt ir.a n'im.hier ithit starled imi New York in 1854, mnd left. :age and storage again, that we'. might great
madenumhb'rs r,,sh foni lir ,fIfi. ;'ifte-. edit ini. it one ye:ir in the hadhds sifeJly say, on, all articles of'import amd the
"~~~~~~~~~ ofesiv" J. - toUi' M, leienanan" slopp'd a. fewi export. p +
,lpprehensie-let bricks and beams t Ja Meiia slopped a lw export, we would save three-fourths of will
ehonld tuhble ...r ;heir cars.: All dy ag o.- _---__ whatwe now pay, even if the Railroad -
e ^o.ti:retat.,w, a oosemng fferon Davis dMississippi, is charges would be do'iblcwJlaat,they or- this
e freei 'n -nh partbiinain ",t'ue ,aid ,n be, prepareri a .5 oeh.Eu' fr dintarily.are elsewhere. How liiuchl -f tb
t. free- rus (goni, rbe -tighmtne', of tL.,e 31r. D-,uglai, ib'"a acechi overhauling
ti mtus. v.'.-G ia. -22/ jInst. his pat and present course we would gain by speedy and cerlaii fort.
V his past and pre en ,.. 40 -. 01
S -., i --- ,.<. --- transporlationj I leave for those who peop
]rrFC.T or A RLRnoAD OV REAL Pr-esident Buclnian, in a re.-ent in- liavc, like nmyclf, suffered from i ec-ti
srATE --The.purvoy 4ftJo Btlietnurt terviewwith.lAiMr Forney. daclinred that ,t... f eia. > Sa
.. >" ,,' ..'- .... jodio~qs> d la3-3 ot 'our: reliadwee on. Slat(
.--.. Ca. A.m.Allo .RaHr.ld has com- under toin eiiitmstnnees would he be a i 'r coi.i'nc "bc
iMa-l. ..'tnoncd ., iQ.tppnseGin. 't .. .... ( ; ,an i f.r ,r, tlcni"--. barges, and tlhefrequent inconvenitence f ello
.-U", 1 ^ae^--s V ia sy.tic ata- sile -.- --- of sending, in buy seasons, to land- to tl
-% on"t-hc'. ta, t oWn last week tihe Irauislanm, tle country sea ofP. T. ings-those seasons wliei our npj-'.
4 ._.+ pl. ,+ast. Unyfr .~.lnn wa. bu ,,u nbnilos- -+ -' roh'whi our le .. WA
'di- I It' _.liim i wn. bui .t- mb idnight. o. worthts n the crop, more than their A te
-aus.Mr ,itn;,r a Ottd are- in-"
*^ ^ -- ^-^. 11.'!T.,0 6c, 1,a er.. -. M,,.,,, Barnum had', ,, ,, ,o. ,n a.n
^ l =-" a -,l .reflg the Vo se hire vld command, and hi.s too. in a
-: .act^^. e b^he ai^'i^euaase been the worku coufiiry wheret lakes tile hest care <|
in,.!.E! .. .rn.-_ la- .identarjt and treatment to keep up plantation ^
S3 ..-.. ,. .. stock mules. The wear and tear of
-,i- li- .f'y Our .,Ex -Prqi.dent. Pierce ihaving- been muls and waons would be
e_ ^ a,. : ^ jit. sat.d. named for Uhited" Stat.eo Senatorfin ft" "wgon wudb ciitns- -,
'~ "p'' New mSirehe corJ P"triot ed; for the railway running on a cen-
^-u. _t ujr eeatain anrmo p esthat iew wldnot accept the trial line,,would be more acccssibe to, -0If
^a1 i- ^i- ,_,-in ohip even ibhe coxid receivo..the vote -moat of the planting country.. Fro- F ow
of'n1pa ever mniberofsth Legisl'ure qincy of stations and depot? *ouia,.rccei

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n!p 1-mm In Ille UpiAon to
n'yr l-' has ieavly two
i ^ t-;.C-, inlet-. amilf island
SyI tk titalIly unprtec-ted
Sl .*tbhich shc r'e;.uires
' S ;fro,,m thett, kc. of
-'t_ i-" 'lBf interests are
lhh a foreign -u. er
l-i lj^^stre her resources
1 .attl t ,.al in all, now,
W -ia ,Ptte-, shows

is least
0t 1 of, tmnger and'.
4lC fe bilIg, .-a gjeaL.pen,
a d v<| l _a
eall ave' een led
p -he fbt' an bravee nien
hed ^to' th wast-
'ag *euV' gallant sol-
8. Ii'in-.-l ani a Mexico.-
boX&of thlgho were dear to
eLpo, in so&lM graves in the
l(n1'11 attest-fn facts we here
. P "'ild thl -e, ld',-andJ sht uldd
3' in &dd ,, frtii laa-, ur brive
will -asten oa 'inngs of- steni.
i frok 'their f. o 1. expel tile

(.I d ^y .all 1i4c!- iid time R..-jdl
-lmi. ',Tlie exp 'AO of rie Still
it'ed I l b tuil, t rlioa ii hal.
till ie inghlil3 Is ial. ;.ad it-
. tlle 'eppl, gel- l wilhtrim ,:i nfi
;' iln La n fii:i( c tini if iln
: d 'it-will .l1r'T it. il it- pr,,.
t. ihle iliiy of it.s eliitiioi, a l-I
L t itali'L'y t. a .JKJyin |Llsinininl ils
t U'a fitlt'n- '. nIti l ali i eonul- ,it
l|letiniit y s,'tti.' i s puisucl Iby
W ill ( .. .AT N. iii' t' i ti'rtu-tli,',i
ae grtat Erie 'iam anid lo his
,it. e.lrg .aiindl 1.AlrV York is
btld 't. tnhe fila"il..?ful sowurk
nieriaiil i npraias, lt- : I'f' We waiil
,-,,mileu, tlie wa ,if biil i, g Ilh,
ihern emiisi l -n n i miniitil we
Ceeri0i mLt. ie. b-cribed
enitlerl ie-wivlli i for yea.irs.
I lie cap s wlsitclh -ub eeicr ti
Stte e diverte i aer e'ian
w lil.sA her resonu l I, still li,
,-ii-ipri<, and d:,z"&eatit the
luxiir-i -e n--f outiro -ulclimc
laiVe a i tai tied, i. i u
like t'i.'. ni',, nli,.q ing 11,,i l tre
t anid important pitical arid so-
advantages whichNvould result
i these easy and chem lines of comi-
ication between all wtions of the
e. These are no doit appreciated
II reflecting personond highly as
may have been reirded, cannot
ver estimated&
"e have still the tac of summiing
the pecuniary ad'ntagcs which
completion of th' Road would
g to the people oFlorida. Let
n round numbers, timate the cost
he whole line, fires, buildings
motive power, freit -apiA-pafsen
cars. at .$2000,00(
Vill in: o ': :n ...acn

ill lica tU, l i I isaUe UU
alue 6f lands,,.,
ncreased'industry ntha.


roduction of- a;rtiies
ow imported,P,. 5,000,00(
ease of capital in tie
ties of l'crnandina ad
ampa, ind towns nd
llages, lot less thai 15,000,00(
saving of freight an
>t be below $50,00-
Luivalelt to a capital of 1,000,000
money enpendec by
assengrs from sboad
ay be estimate at
50.000 annually, ihich
eujuivalet tpacxcitalof 11000 OOi
aited capital, I $32000 000
orbd,' 2:000.000
Bin itoaAc Stmte1-?--Za 00 3QOOO,491
holigh the tivo tuillions used .i
ting the road wlj be bsor.ed, i
neai'leless p,/..i 'i61/ piob 'ilIi
rqniunierating interest; and 'as
t kiwount of dfo same will be i
slhpe 'of laids id Stuiate bminds. J
itt be a cont.tbution of the stek
er fimnii.ieir own tiiean-,.' ad,ii
parli uhir is only usiangl t call en
he 6tt c for the con
cOnanitince and haip!piie.s of thi
ie, aid ultimately to increase th
rilty. realtlh,and pruPpecrity of thI
e. oes not thlli'god sense o. ii
w.cilzells urgC thcni to coiitribul
i e-xeiut of th6ir almiilly. and tiu
Opritc Ihehlileral bonnty of th

TrOIA', "rion Countv, Fla.
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iEt(, hereafter to 'be placed i
_tiiljrii.s published ini Ilau

ShoRnb le were a wekly joirna
.04ay communications woald -i
cj.ignpd, "A oon-tatL rsadr.":
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A^ A^e^?.*. *. ~i^i..I.Ji rth'dhr. ?i~j 'aru"4taLi'pl Ilk pr*
i{ ."- :- lii o r. Inil st, .T -I ,...... we .i,,.ke :;Vr.iv<.'.,d ,,, WIt. 'T a v 1i'9 i i'res.-"
"' the" I1.' "ra"...." re" itreh Ids:4
-+*h .,' es.. ;ofrea~ru'.ig *MiSd sud'inl *hiiw .grad'ueris: Le)r, : e T'el+ onrfije!ie'inds-,.
iA. 9t gtiterary staild, largeJ..a.h UgllIihtewn urarble fronmi
Witu wi ieeecd inii"ed ating-the. thIqiarr. ust Kceivia le plsh' of'
nija-'-s. .\ We do not ruean by-thids' lh~ d (e n6oiVis &:e'it b8f.r uL ...
,j 3' .'-s. .e+ ., .'re f.-r' le
,.vcr' 'in'djvilal iu6 th, e'uor' oth t ... 'JB-,' 7. + 'f!I{. A.NO .
-oiihoul reevee ,the adva*ttge-' ,of- a'.- I- .. -... ",
? or it"* zdistru, -- -
-, .. .. A ;. ,,, a p | 't l o r tlie ra '_ d a H o ,,, '. e om'w u p .i u f
CiHe-iate'euicainft, rorlis we belure' -, ED I IoU.- I* i i
tat'el, this. woul-I be- icupr itie;*4l 1- r a -
froum 'th? le-ry.nature and organiz.,t pi nto, -o. *nl.y L*" .rie y
of our s "et Neh a "free antee' %if ti T jr instead .
ofo s ,eI N,,nnon- -I -
tht all classes shall af'tinto t dd& Ut i"1ih1i. I i' not'give youumyf&
g ee in? educ-atiot that, like Atlhenian.ii lJ f,'fca, r ', w l' I willI
they wouli b, ble'ot do'+,.. _- n .. .. is a or
on tlih sfatinmems. delivered b e th'"lfie ou .u, unrst'atd the Frei.
n- ( Laee,&,o.u C to givfyou thie Elglil.
,- ; uiseral fo to. w.=".iferoudoU'tt-itill t. lyo I a
tWbcesea'an-,thfe iJeau$i>lu h.l11ktt,, ..'. i -. .....
.. co t s ^ 1 w r, se" .f ^ --n-o,"
'of.'their ^eWiodm- ,--' 7-. -A.
-- :But#ed tbnteald'thtt-7a..rqute. .
degree of kuiowled'gb fo' allme 'eat f,.qd, dai .2- I
b-oh.esvilies, e,86' e n..- ::RR
puArsuits of lif. insiiHed inb ...e.sen r
every adult, so',$a. te&y may be r.eF f p dy. -I1,. ^.t
to seize At once upon any opniihg position-wjtI tbe great iti.s>Qi tf-
wgich may preseilt- itself, that would liand, .Nithin'a. few W0eks AsotellbKii!.
be'useful and profitable to them We bIen estabhsheitini he,,twn, w ieli I
now go back to our first proposition- great contribution WTo the place, And
that in or'er to attain to this degree of re js a race course opened
'-nowledge. we mt'nst e ome institu- to the public sjuarll hut' L failed (o
luinseient 'r heir lileraturand learn de n:ime of thvrace ourse aind
muti-ins enimiint fian tiemirterature and cf-h-
fr-onm the expen-ive mlaclhinery re sitee % he fa'voriie cours.ers: doubnlse .Qu
i can find the 'desi'ed information 01
to1 c:inrriii'g Ol thesc, theyn must neceasa--
IlIv betet E ei v wel.l:duated nian- Porter's Spirit of lthelo Tiime, a Journi
aid \ie t.ake it. thiatonly these insviu, dvotcd to 'iving the news connected
Ia a.,.- are [reittatd la c- dueait -c/i--is \ltith all tho gre.t raee.s in the United
I ljil re ;r>-preli-ired Io edueatce luvfl-is 0.
:t .--iJg the ci r 'It isa high Slatcs The Circuit Coulrt is in ses-
g,.'iical elidt-.ICliii tli:it shapes thie ii 6 Ihis week which cau-es lo
n.inds aid c,-ntiol, L he .iI-iniois f the gre-a:i i-.flu ofpeapl. helie i han i. usiu-
.ruili,,g spirit f tile :le i.,e i. is this .1. uu' h I,-i ithe delight of ,the, owaers
i!:. k,-,T s up 111 hligh tane of s, ,f a"f et-lt:ii InLou.' of o leertliiiiiemit
,Ih t -at l ie,. un h1 c I,. h l saif sd,, vtl -ah l *lv ie.dled .a do -g o ur eit
-- :fW 1t,, :, I, :, -t ,i, f 11105C ,CT
i:-,,l.-n .tivtic. and itI, mistlii& ".\s-,ak- .al sI -- ...... h .. "tuad -
,U t thu r n.lpt't L orublm t um i p R,, -n"i"rll ra--,r' l ihere nre -given to
S iT 03":1.1 ..' r\-\lia fi.r.,Iiili ,I; l ,neoie iko01par y'-
Th,'v ire .h mef- who 8:ntrLf 'n and i illx, -" e
c .a ii N f-,r ar d lI e c o, m tli e=nie.l t nin -e ml e t o' 2 I hllat is ,I, ,. lik ia. 1V
l ,ilt s af io 'r, fi etd-l i e vi lizationll- the1i 'i n ,ii. l va y s tile Ici 0 ,- hS h aive
a nllllois of ll,-S..- great fi'iii,.alm iie l i] f iainil-ilIg lci-iC ..elvvcS by l3ing ,nul
c ti.h igcs which resihlt inll goin l to n1 u i- a'"- m hi ia.e i ll' mig t tI) b"ayI Ai t t me
kind iil.lhiie elev.itionof ilie race iu l aiOn like a ia"u a"uck dag. after
tilt scale Of,-iviliz.iti.n. It is not al- leavi g llie -- cy.
w;,s tIe easclde that hiee leni arc at Conaiderable expectatalion is basedt.n
fi-rst appiecialted. but tlc truths th.,y the sippose'l fact th:al tIhe railroad
proclaim, -in like bread cast upon hlle junction will be here And as a cim-
wt-:ler." will finally. graduaiily work sequience, tliatt tie'Capitol of the State i.l, socie-ty, spreading is to be locnted Ihere at no very dis-
aong is ladig member- aid x- tant day. Atd why not as strange
ainmig Itslo :adin~g inenmber.,, and ex-I, "" .
ending in lie' shape of maxi vth, or n Sl h'liva happened -The Court
praclichil crielu-ioiis, to the lower passed off witlinut exciting much in.
ranks uvil i leaves, the ioi iass. terest. I b h.lieve there was only one
.T_ -rt rhnm a t s rr rer-iV ,* ,,l i tried a d thA f o-a m--
'T tre "t rOisn a- nri -l ,'r u- f und l,i~i fl -fr. "--" J fo- "F ar< thf f. .
though retired from society, and ema- saiult and battery Sonm say that the
t nating front the closet, once put in imo- reason there issaolitlle ncriiis tle good
' tion, if they have truth in them,, they effeetts produced by ithe Regulators Of
e have a principle of life which can never course this is but oic side of the argue
be extinguished. There have been in- ment. There was a cause tried-whieh
stances of these deep thinkers wielding if the Court was riht shows ow im
Sa power by their pen, that revolution- portnrnt it is to have all deeds for land
ized and elevated the whole mass of placed on record.-
Ssociety The cause decided was about thisits
S This high order of culture, also acts to facts. F. purchased and took a deed
as a regulator on society, for there are for land from A and went into posses-
t always those of contracted" views. sion of the land. A. was sued on a debt
whose minds have never been expand- and judgment was given against him.
ed. or trained to look beyond narrow After the rendition ofthe judgment
. limits, who are ever ready to advocate F. had hisdeed recorded, R at Sheriff's
0 principles, or rush boldly into meas- sale bid off Ile land under execution,
ures, highly detrimental to the public knowing that F 44 before a.- tiAe to
0 good The maxim of Pope, theland. The o-urt held that if the
"A little learning is a dangerous thing," creditor of A. who obtained the judg-
would be exemplified, if we only had ment against A'did. not have actual
the masses partially educated, without notice that A. sold F. the land when F's
0 also of having a high order of educa- conveyance was recorded, that then R's
tion to hold in check the restlessness title to the land at Sheriff's sale was
of half educated minds. An eminent better than F's. :
writer speaking of this subject says: '"It Noow, a few words about: IMicanopy.
is not ignorance, but half-knowledge The Micanopians are in high spiisii
that is full of whims and crotchete, the now at the prospect of soonf having, a
prey of impulse and fanaticism, and the branch of thie Railroad to their towfa4
parent of restless agitation and cease- It is understood that this is mainly due
less change. It is the constant play to the interest exerted by Gov. Perry.
of antagonistic forces, the action and That he took the position, thht the
reaction of the higher and lower cul- good of the people had toobe'consulted
ture that the life, health and vigor of as well as the good of the Iail l
society consist. General iintelligelue Managers of the F .
0 checks tlih"i'tumn ohdoi -iior .-. apd T.Ilt lie would not is | b-! pl
0a tloiu'_deii -i$,abof nflre of the Sl-rh i* -faelitti.^i
e,,npi,.i..i,.^!"'" "'' w!ld build a bratt-cl |M' |
||L -icme-n S wod_..not~tit ?ilis .-was a lard-pil -l!B~iw
n were it no"iolit'al, the nieces- the managers of the F. & C 1.4J. R.,
t sitysof tlhen is only felt .from the consci They protested, eoaitdandjltr~eaten.l

i. ou-it,'essofi.,ioraiiee.:wheni it is brought but this would not pro4ue the b
a in ecmpeititoi wiith educiatiojfor.evcry ad llthe bonds ntist he Ia4, and t
n educated imiin, is, or if exercisiling his inrincli is to be built to blica!irja
it proper influence, oughlit to. be. a center must be due to thie firnirneila#
k- of light. "Defective Culture is nev Per Prry tlat \you will hanvc ; RailrmiW
i conscitus of itself, tiilit is h-nrilitt in v, you th:it ca l be e daily Cont
is contact with. superior power. "If tc 'Owe i-al:i. el us -itand by, our
i- had never bee,, accustomed to anyothcr r1 ilI.y G-verno, so I '.8is lie ?.taods
ie light but that of the star we should by llie rihls ot'-hje penphl-. W elitv'er
le ineverhavie dreamnieadflhe sunit, iIor foais-ike nur coinitunon rights. w3e ie
e felt ti iibsence of hiai rnys as any realWj t woillly ofal y. nr Yulee li.n ai-
y evil. One sun-is better than a thou- suredl Ramie fthlc gond i eonlo of Mul
te sand stars" But it ias nmineliice n cam1yy that thisis hoiuihd to d" tlhi
as been argued, tlihat it does not require I.irgest inland city iitfihpwhole .n.utk,
ie COilleges or high iiistruetioi -to' limnak" Whether lleood, ople or G.,iim,
cdiczaedl men-that seine men become Ville hsv^^4 ived ike reannhe
great wltilopt'lh IcIm. We admit this, not frpm tIe oracle I am nt f'lty *u-
but.the easMtare extremely rare. when thorsed to say.' At Miqanopy *e tw
we compare tie self-educated grelt goAod dh'ools. Tle j4opteare l1polt
ic metin. to tho' numberi- who bave 'bL umusice mad at this timee, They larela
in made great by enjoyiig tho advallag-, musio'"tleaobr hailing frti* thahmn1iiref
d. es of theoe.institutiona -It. itvery.rara al natiouilO'erailmy,.Y ou meses Mh i
i that we--meet with t&ose powerful nopy alh l a k h"a l 62ici<
Sinstelects, '.bat withaoLat.,l[ ur..hrt id' jililh tramet algl.. ia sk :i
every barrier, and ,As-e prpaw .in ouv-f anvitwr + There iiai
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Snes -o hotel-keeti
would respeetfu!1'-i1-
Jihe vcryJiberal 4pa g
1been bestowed on him by tlhe
kDiin-g thie three years 'which .
been engaged A(i the buPsiUes'aIn 'ic, -
lie feels that More thmam6 ordnry,efforts
have becriflade to. neourage him i- 'i
his enterprise', and'he would& not feel
satfied in retirnm* 0."'% n!-b sines -
without this e, c0ifcf'^rWhi'-'thzpksa. -..
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Oi fllip I7t. irst it tLc resilene -
if .Mr4 i Slrretritl FFi nandiini.- ''-
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I ^T: N. or M-trinrsteodiiiiiy t o
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uuLty,- ill tlithis S aile. .
NOTICE. .. "
SIX .' tioIn I., tleIliliinomblie Ji iidg4b P:.oli;te
in. niid Fur MalioA ecuiinti,-lir Ifrer'of 'ad-
m iini. rai'',lioi (ill lilt, .t l f', (> f "k iliele .'. ( 1'.'.
Adiuuvluate orsa li, eisa.i dec d." p .
JOII N'F.CO Ma^S; - ..
Dee 30lh, 1857. 6" 1 6 '* 1X-
1,ILL be sofd, beforeithe.CourPilouse .
T Vluor, in the LUown of Oalnl- on-Mon-
day,'=. *dirat day,,of Iebrduiry next, with- <-
inlltbq Fegal liourn-s of sale. the following
,_Ipe. ty. 10o wit: Lo. niumber-oue'.-two, '-'
tirn-e. a'nd four, of Block number t1iiirtgf.,
sitiate, \yIVg audI'bing in'he first urviey
of the fowii of Oc)ala, and. .cnuity 6f.Mi--
riom.-Leied on lbv virtue of several exe- '
eliitlois Lueid frint-a Juliuhe'6 (lourt ol the
fil'im Di.tri't of .iMlarioin county, in'favor of
Josiia Paiiie, i,,ainit .1. 31cLeod, and 1N. L
A. McLeoul, ndaniiiiiitrntor of the esle-of 3
Alexa-i-Jer MeLeod, decesed; and same B. Jerkins, N. A. McLeod and Johd :' ,
M. Mliitoslh: also, one in favor of Allen a-
Gibon rvs. N. A. bleLeod. The above de-+
scribed lots levied ou tu satisfy the aforo-
said ti. fak. Terms cash. *
Constabl&' .
Ocaln, Dee. 28th, 1857. Ijit. *
NOTICE. "" .
SIX mnionths after date& the undersigned,
S n dminlArator on tie e,tate ofv '
Hinton. late of Jeffe-rson county, decemel, '
willexhibit his 'neountis and vouchers to
the Judgt of Probate of'said- eouty, for'i ,
final seft lenient, and ask to be dihae h
from further administration ltheson. .
.N'IL-EY HUWiARit-;Adam..
Dee. i0th: f857. 6m," "

NOTICK. ... '
SIX niopths afterdate thie :undo.luna
Sadministrlrigeqp the estate o jo.ii'P.
Mille-r, late 'Z l Mirion county, dee'd,'rill
e-xhibit her .a'obdtsiEnd vouche.ra tJ,e
lionoratle Judse 'or Probate fobr sirdlNi-
ty, for a fiaanlcttlement, and, asted.W.bO
discharged .'lon further adrminlsra"i
-a Admlnitratlidx: :'
Dec. 30th, 185T i.m3S i

f tee to Debtor. and &editr.,2
LL persons indebted to their estate of
John Trantam, htif Marion county,
d^ceBakd e are her.ret aMeate$o pom,
forward and settJe immediately and all
'personsmi-,clailm ;or de emtntciaf"hot
M;arcRent thenm, duly a
udersigneid Within thq "r/
w, or'they will belE
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