The East Floridian

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The East Floridian
Uniform Title:
East Floridian (Fernandina, Fla.)
Alternate title:
Weekly East Floridian
Place of Publication:
Fernandina Fla
Wm. H. Babcock
Creation Date:
April 1, 1858
Publication Date:
Physical Description:
v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 63 cm.


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )


Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 1, no. 1 (May 26, 1859)-
General Note:
"Democratic" 1860.
General Note:
"Confederate" <1861>.
General Note:
Editor: T.J. Wombwell, <May 29, 1861>.
General Note:
Publishers: Wm. H. Babcock, 1859-<Mar. 13>, 1861; E.A. Papy, <May 29>, 1861- .
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Daily East Floridian
Preceded by:
Florida news (Jacksonville, Fla. : 1852)

Full Text

iet, 0 iown-to o
: 'ornearbitAd'Tn,1 pe"a water's edge,"' i~d presented an
,.. Rimmed with vapory tears. andopened a heavy fire at
Some with heavenly radianedblest their guns and open. a heay fire at
Ever reach to Mars; upon us. In an instant the young bl
Some are with the rain besprent man seized his rifle, and rising to I
Underneath the stars. his full length, fired at the nearest m
Some s uls twinkle, some souls shine, Indian, who had on a shabby head ni
SOthers neither one; dress. The Indian fell, nA'd so did ve
Some like diamonds in the mine, the young man at the same instant. si1
Others-in the sun. As he fell the captain brought the he
Some souls roam the starry park, boat still nearer. The Indians gr
Some walk in the shade;
Some lie in the mouldy dark, yelled, the women screamed, the tli
Down where graves are made. horses falling and plunging, and w(
Some souls abtatons make, bullets flying thick around us, yet th
HeS med with mortal shrouds; above all, the voice of Capt. Ward bi

Some build grandly in the break arose cool- en
Of the drifting clouds. "Rogers, take my oar"
Some souls ring with music spent, I took it, and he at the same mo- ai
When its source is found;
Others are with discord rent meant seized a Plank and rowed to ai
From the trodden ground. such good purpose that in a few mo-
ments we were out in the river, be- ca
Human souls of every grade yond the reach of rifles. We knew lc
Build the best they choose; they had not canoes, being on a a'
Each can give another aid-
Some give, some refuse, hunting excursion, and that we were
Some are dower'd with sunlight streams safe. But oh, what a sight! The
From the heavenly seas; horses were all dead or dying, one
Others not, and many gleams child badly wounded, the boat half
Those may give to these. filled with water, and the young b
MTS TL ATEOUTTQ man in his blood at the bottom of w
HISCEILLANEO the boat. By this time the coolness ri
Incident on the Ohio River. of the captain was gone. He lay
down beside his nephew, whom he t
BY REV..TODD. lved as his son, and elanned-
Ts -w-, 1-- 4, .v years since rOh, John i John-! Oh L rd, ha (
shouted [ hae rb g the dear oy t lis e
'"A, i vei, m "" ".
"ever since, and when I die pI iope She was pale as a sheet, but she
shall. be buried on its banks. On came to her son, raised his ead in
certain -,day, I engaged to go wn her lap, and opened his bosom, where
the river with Capt. Ward, who was the blood was still running; he was
removing his family from the east. yet alive.
The journey was long, and at best "John," said shef in a sweet voice,
would be tedious. I was a kind of as if speaking to, a babe, "do you
pilot, for I was well acquainted with know me "
the iiver and all points of danger. "My mother," he whispered.
The country was full of Indians, "Can you swallow, John ?" asked
:and no settlement of any note had she, putting her hand over and dip-
been made in Ohio. The whites ping up some water from the river.
and the; Indians were continually He tried, but could not.
Smoking war upon each other. I do "My son, do you know that you
not know who were the most to are dying?"
blame; the whites killed the -most, "Yes, mother; but are youhurt ?"
v and the Indians were the most cruel. "No, no; but don't think of me.
We purchased an old, crazy, square- Can you pray with the heart now,
built boat, between forty and fifty my son?"
feet in length, and eight or ten feet "God, be merciful to me, a sinner,
wide. We.contrived to spike a sin- for the sake of-"
'gle plank on each gunwale, and this '"Jesus Christ !" said the mother,
was the only thing we had to de- for he was gone. She bent over
Send us. We had a heavy load- him a few moments, as if in silent
furniture, baggage, horses, pigs, prayer, then kissed his lips, and for,
fowls, plows, besides nearly a dozen the first time, tears filled her eyes.
people. These consisted of the Till that moment, you would have
captain, his wife and young chil- thought she had been talking to a
dren, at widowed sister and her son, child, just going to sleep, her voice
besides several men to manage the was so calm and mild. She was a
boat. When we left, we were" fear- widow, and he her only child-and
S ful lest the Indians would attack us a noble fellow lh was. But she was
S from the shore, but we knew by a religious woman. I never saw
keeping in the middle of the river religion like that are nor since.
03l.., f ae f th j _' yn .t.L i" n

0M oI. .
'4e or could be a few moments.
Thus we passed .n for several days,
till we supposed we were beyond
the haunts of the Indians. One
day, just at sunset, when we were
\ tired with rowing, we let our boat
S drift lazily and carelessly along the
'current. We were just getting
-eady to put up for the night. The
another was promising the children
good run on shore, and the widow
tas getting out provisions for our
paper. The captain and nephew
I ,-d hold of the oars, andil moved
Ign just enough to allow me to
A' 'ir the boat.
S ogers," said the captain, "sup-
S poswe pull in this side of that'
poii, and tie our ,boat to one of
those, trees, and encamp for the
1 "It a good place, captain, and I
like it, Besides, a few moments
ago I bought I heard wild turkeys
over tih hills, and I should like to
have oni for supper."

then silently came *1 reon 0 s-
side, for the night. W ed not
light a candle, les.t dia
should see it. We a4 y
cow, and fed the rent'nd, got.
them asleep. We then brought thb of the young man up the bank,'
and when the moon arose, we dug
that grave which you see yonder.--
We had to be careful not to make a
noise, nor even to weep aloud. But
after we had opened the grave, and
were ready to put the corpse in it,
the widowed mother spoke:
"Is there no onre here that can
offer a prayer, as we bury my only
child ?"
There was no answer. : We could
all sob, but we had never prayed for
ourselves.; She then knelt down,
and laying her hand on thetbosom
of her dear boy, she uttered such a
prayer as few ever made. She was
calm as the bright waters at our
feet. -And when she came to pray
for the whole of us-for the poor


An invalid sent for a physician
and after detaining him for som
time with a description of his pain
he thus summed them up ; "N
doctor,' you have humbugged i
long enough with your good4for-n
thing i pills and worthless syrups
they don't touch the real difficult
I wish you to strike the cause of n
ailment, if it is in your power
reach it." "It shall be done," sa
the doctor; and lifting his cane, d
molished a decanter of gin that stood
upon the sideboard. ,

eornin A go '7l'Tg
d camerup here to place the stone
the head of the grave. It was
oody, for his head rested upon it.
found the mother was there before
e ; perhaps she had been there all
ght. She was trying to do the
ery thing; so without saying a
ngle word, I took hold and helped
er put the stone at the head of the
'ave. It is now nearly sunk in
he ground but it stands just as
e placed it. When we had done,
he widow turned and said "Rogers,"
ut tears came and I was thanked
I have sat on this log many times
nd thought over the whole scene ;
id though the mother has been in
he grave these many years, yet I
an see her ever now, just as she
oked when she turned to thank me,
nd I can hear hervoice, just as she
poke to the dying boy.-Christian
Example of Perseverance.
The following is a most remarka-
le and praiseworthy instance of
'hat perseverance and industry,
ightly directed, are able to effect:
Among the graduating class, at,
he last coinmencemnent of Williams
College, Was one by the name of
o0 dit, from NJw- Jersey. 'The
i.og man i" a k mtfir. w1; -i
-ani nns tam'fIn of- four" chll'rer
Six years ago, becoming sensible o
the blessings of an education, h
comniencel learning the simple
branches, such as are taught in ou
primary schools. One by one, a
he sat on the shoemaker's bench, h
mastered grammar, arithmetic, gec
graphy, etc., with some occasional
assistance from his fellow-workmei
At this time he determined to ob
tain a collegiate education. With
out means, and with a large family
depending on him for support, h
commenced and learned Latin an
Greek, in the evenings, after hi
day's labor was over, under the d
reaction of a friend; and after tl
lapse of a year and a half, prepare
himself, and entered the Sophomor
Class at Williams' College.
He brought his bench and tool
and his books with him. The sti
dents supplied him with work; th
faculty assisted him; and with th
fund for indigent students, and som
occasional assistance from othc
sources, he was enabled to go thr
the college course, and at the sam
time support his family. He gra(
uated on his birth-day, aged thirty
two. He stood high in his class
and received a part at comment
meant, but declined. At the far,
w11e meeting of the class, in consi
" f his perseverance, talent
"ant Christian character, they pr
6,epted him with an elegant set
silver sI)poons, tea and table, ea
handsomely engraved with an a
appropriate inscription.
Mr. Condit will now enter ti
Theological Seininary at New Yor
and will, no doubt, make a faithf
and popular minister. .
What young man in this count
will ever, after such an example
this, despair of obtaining an educ
tion? .

The joke was too good;he hastened
S What is the end of all this whywas too good; e astene mortality, how much purer and ho- and then only, before the fatal
y that woman makes the dress, and to the farmer saying: lier must be the spiritual land, en- plunge be rectified, and save theooc
to A"ow, friend, here is my fee- lightened by the sun of infinite good- tor from remorse. A few moment
id not dress the woman. A true lady how shall we divide it ?" of reflection at the proper time, ay
e-- is always recognisable, even if her The farmer relished the joke so ness, whence emanated the soul of ofreflection at the proper tie,ay
od calico be faded, and her shawl "out well that he increased the potatoes that brief adjournment-among us? save a life-time of oompunuoion. vii.%
9f date ;" and in my eyes, she is to half-a-dozen bushels. How swells the heart of the parent itings. .


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*'* re.. c iat" 'as to whi'sli all outshine the other is endower-fw s'4 _ouV' ,
is about and to the ladies. -for that after all is the secret of virtue as to call back the dead from but the river did ru
Shades ofDeStael, and Roland! extravagance. And that rivalry will their graves, and toheal every kind are inordinate worldly desires; the,
what a base imitation f the genuine never die, until themselves die, so of disease with a word or touch. His deceitful heart, prpmiseth to see
woman ispalmed offon us in the pres- poets may chant, and writers "fret person is tall and elegantly shaped them run over and gone when they
ent day. At least we see sninething and fume," and prate of simplicity, -his aspect amiable and reverend. are attained unto such a measure;
on the street which migihtss for a and neatness, but the ladies will only His hair, flows in those beautiful and then they are stronger and wil-
new invention of a fashionable dry wrap their forty dollar shawl more shades, which no united colors can der, more impetuous and unruly than
goods establishment, movingg on closely about them and smile. match-falling into graceful curls before. This insatiable desire of
wheels, when we reflectthatin this belowhis ears, agreeably crouching worldly gain can never be replen-
wheels, when we reflect thatin this GADIES GROWING OLD.-"T eow his ear *r
fast age, such an establishment grow old f as one, who on his shoulders, and parting on the ished; and so being unattainable,
might be setuto movingorwhich t grow old gracefullye-as one, who crown of his head, like the head the labor which is spent about it
clmghtosbe inspection n orwhchn truly has exempted her theory, dress of Nazarites. His forehead is must needs be ungainful. and disap-
closer inspection, mightbe taken has written and expressed it-is a smooth and large; the cheek with- point the expectations which were
on. We ared, told that this isaded w- good and beautiful thing to grow out spot, save that of a lovely red; built thereupon. To look for peace
on. W ouldnever old worthily a better. And the first his nose and mouth are formed with of conscience, joy in the Holy Ghost,
man, but would nve reogie s effort to hat end is not only to re- exquisite symmetry; his beard is inward and durable comfort, in any
such without aritilai cognise, but to become personally thick and suitable to the hair of his thing which the world affords is to
amnot ttheyour reconci reaching a little below his seek a treasure in a coalpit. If you,
when condensed so that your gal\ ,.re: or if not seeingr. to hnv.- r .
lant, poor fellow! will not have t chin and parting inthe middle like go to the creature to make you hap-
walk "on the other side of the street a fork. His eyes are bright, clear py, the earth will tell you that
when he accompanies you, or sit ot and serene. He rebukes with au- blessedness grows not in the furrows
the "dashboard" when he takes yoi thority, counsels with mildness, and of the field; the sea, that it is not
t o ride, they really add when he takeo your eauinvites with the most tender and per- in the treasures of the deep; cattle
ty, and I hope you will never, nev suasive language. His whole ad- will say, it is not on our backs ;
dress, whether in word or deed, be- crowns will say, it is too precious a
er sing, ing elegant, grave and strictly char- gem to be found with us-we can
My hoops have departed forever, acteristic of so great a being. No adorn the head, but we cannot satis-
My skirts can expand now-ahlo never, man has ever seen him laugh, but fy the heart.
But mournfully drag on the floor. the whole world beheld him weep As the shadow of the earth makes
Stand firmly in your hoops then frejiuertly ; and so persuasive are night in the air, so doth the love of
and do not retreat an inch even ] his tears, that the multitude cannot it in the heart, when, as Solomon
.your unfortunate beau d6es have tw Iitlihold theirs from .oini rn sym- speaks, the world-is in it. Ecles. -
walk in the ditch, in or'lr to ke path with him. He deratii~-. -
within speaking distance 4 t to / temperate and wift
theme. Most of you exnc ",
-- looked --individual'ia d,,le see" s at nc le i-es i
Looked individual, man of excellent beauty ai, divine world, ihive in a low'
fM one" c:'mes along;- and yu ,lre perfections, every way surpassing condition, that he might make it
e please the genflenen, of course the children of men." appear that eternal life hath not
e do. What woman would stand ta of the least dependence on worldly
,r hours before a mirror, putting fi FINE PREACHING.-Thecurse of health, either in his procuring it
the age is fine preaing; it ismor-inhisprocuringit
s on her face a layer of-oh gh theage is fine preaching; itism for us, or in deriving it from. him.
e of old Paul Pry-shall I name id and pestilential The age needsWhat aninconruous
o- tallow then a layer of rouge, earnest pricing preaching state of things would it be for an-
al last but by no means least, a la-any teacher out experience, tnat i suggetveand illustrative; preach- gels to turn worldlings! And rea
n. of Lily white, just to appear before is the mind alone which is of any ing absorbing all that eloquence can sonable souls have the self-same
- one of her own sex? Echo answers consequence ; that with good temper, offer, but eloquence adapting itself blessednes to look after as angels
h-"none." Now, what man worthy of sincerity and* moderate 'stock of (without which it ceases to be elo-have.-B ho Renold.
y the name of man was captivated by brains-or even the former only- quence) to the wants and tastes of ,
e finery-what man ever loved his any sort of lady can in time be made the people; availing itself of the THE DROPPEDLETTER.-A pe-
d "bright particular star"because she useful, respectable and agreeable, as lights of history for illustration, or culiar sensation is felt in dropping
is sported a fifty dollar handkerchief, a traveling dress for the soul. Many of science for confirmation; or of a letter, especially if it is one of val-
i- wore a twenty dollar bonnet ? Let a one, who was absolutely plain in philology for elucidation, and hold- e, into the box of a mammoth post
e me tell you a secret, if o arms youth, thus grows pleasant and well ing also aloft that they may reflect office. One feels a sortofrevulsion,
are golden, or in other words if you looking in declining years. You their rays upon the genius of Chris- as if a part of himself, as it were,
re rich you are bound to please will hardly ever find any body, not tianity, and develop its superior had fallen into an, unfathomable
them or as witty acquaintance of ugly in mind, who is repulsively lustre, adaptibility and power. The abyss, never to be recovered. The
smine once remarked, they will ugly in person after middle life." attempts to say fine things in the act strikes the heart like destiny
iove the rvery ---- "' pulpit is a solemn sin, and fine ser- irreversible forever. If any error
e ovetheverygroundyouwalk on- THE MARRGE FEE.-The late mons (like all other finery) are very has occurred in this letter, it is en-
when you are upon your own pan- Dr. Boynton was once disputing evanescent in their influence. Let tirelybeyondcorrection ianhin
e station So you will marry any- with a farmer about the ease with the fie sermn system die out as happened corrat thect instant, anys thinerg
S how, but the bait which catches the which a minister earned money fast as possible, nless as it isto sometimes does, whichoughttomake
Sfishisno your "Now," saidthe farmer, "when God and man. Itdevolvesupon a change there is no hel for t.
ed by a curling iron) and not your you are called on to marry a couple few men to show to those not gifted hat is done is done, and past -it
le comple. x i ( a few men to show to those not gifted What _. n i'_ -_ an_ Ta j
d- exquisite compexon whichc as we you never expect a less sum than ith much moral courage, that deptio. No repentance willatoail.
have seen is a vile compound ofta three dollars, and you sometimes there is everything to gain and no You would have something other-
Slow, carmine, and chalk) not your get ten dollars-this for a few min- thing to lose by the adoption ofa wise, but it annot be. t is toher

- centbrocad, b not, in short, your-m u s er erd the doct more hph system of instruction. late. The missive ha- passed away,
en but-oh c wd not ra falling a ed tpe aor ties off is h or tehgeewill never hide away to and is no longer yours orsubjectto
d- ebut-c h"whata ngyou halfofy thenana ltotewl spelor ntrol.
-s yob ve ot be oor, of potates.r w re h edry n it is with everyUmon "action,
Sdo not have the folly to be -.roud, for 'Very well," said th-e farer," t i LTTe GReAV S.-Saned plaoe is it not? The consequence is be-
o all your worry and flthuiry about take your offer, and send you the for pure thoughts and holy medita- yond re call. "The deed has been
dress is not only absurd, and ridic- potatoes." tions, are the little o graves in the done, and there's an end of it," isb
pa ulous, but useless. The fashionable A few days afterwards, the doctor church-yard. They are the depos- common expression, heard often
puppies who infest drawing-rooms. was called on to splice a loving itories of the mother's sweetestjoys Fom the impulsive and the careleass.
e and lounge around street-corners, couple at Dogtown, a place about -half-unfolded buds of innocence, But there is not the end of it. iHap
Sthe observed if not the admired of four miles from where he lived.- humanity nips by t the first frosts of py wuld it be for "the doers if it
all observers, will show their teeth When the ceremony was over, the time, ere yet a canker worm of pop- were. But large consequences flow
when you appear (if the moustache bridegroom said to the worthy min- ulation had nestled among its em- from these acts so recklessly, done,
y does not prevent,) give a kindof ister: bryo petals. Callous indeed must so lightly viewed afterwards. At
as snarl which means "good morning," *Well, parson, I s'pose I must be the heart of him who can stand considerate persoy'on responsible oc-
a and say when you are gone, "Deu- fork over something for your trou- by a little grave-side and not have casions will experience something
ed fine girl, but she haint got the ble. What say you to taking one the holiest emotions of his soul of the feeling of the irrevocable
n, pewter and the sensible men will of my terrier pups? The best breed, awakened to thoughts of that puri- nature of the act, whi.h strikes
me hake their heads, and say "two fine I tell you, in the country. Shock- ty and joy which belong alone to upon the heart of the letter-
ls for her purse, can't afford tngarry ing nice to have in the barn; worth God and Heaven; for the mute dropper. lie will pause and refieqt'
0, a bundle of lace and flouncesuwhy 'full five dollars-and I s'pose a fig- preacher at his feet tells of life be- before dismissing the deed into the
oe she would sell her own father; if ure 2 would do for the splice, eh?" gun andlife endedrithouta strain; abyss of time, lest some error may
Sshe could to buy a silk dress." The doctor took the pup.with joy. and surely if this be vouchsafed to be wrapped up in it that could then,




an a spoon-, oE OMPA -an. #i recq vlutb mie'A to sell on y at a'reasonnile -
l ao n guano mixed with the soil srptions, coecon andreeitfor vnce'on cost price, and keeps only
Sftnd& each -root. We quote :- t such articles 'as hlie can honestly recom-
"When they have grown sufficiently purpose of Railroads. mend, those who deal with him will
long to tieto the trellis, I select two
orn three of: the longest shoots and Inin troducing another article on the have the satisfaction of knowing that
or three 'of the Ion'gest shoots, and ,: .i3 n
t ie them loselyto the trellis, cutting subject of Railroad, we would call at- they have not been defrauded. Give
,away all other small laterals which tention to a ommucan, gne him a call.
'lay grow on the main branches. -I '-"Cato," which we take from the Tam- Mr. H. BELL is also receiving sup
Slet these rairi branches grow until paPeninsular ofthe27thult. Though plies, and.keeps a fine stock on hand.
They have come in flower and set we do not agree with the writer, so far See his advertisements in this paper.
the first bunch of fruit; then I pinch- as his first proposition is concerned., ---
"'-Put t.heit-tpi, one ,joint, above. the R ][tilroad .-llelhi-g..
OUt the- top, one joint above the we believe the main part of the article Rajijoad 'Yleeliuig.
frtit, leaving the leaf entire, I then GIi eIte L p of N the ErF., Apil 1858.
alo it to go on again untilit has is calculated to-. do good. Nearly the GAIN1ESVILLE, Fla.,April 1st 1858.
W a .ow It togo on again until it has At a meeting of the citizens of
.... flowered and set another bunch of same arguments are presented as were m n t c
fruitwher the top is pinched out urgedbyCl.AG Suiin a om Gainesville. held in the Court House,
"fruit whbeh the top" is-+pinehed,'out u ged y C A G S 'r -n acm-
one leaf above the bunch, the same munieation published in our paper some o te 1st of Apr, Maj BA-
Sas the first ad so on of all therest, three months since, and demand the LEY was called to the Chair., and Wm.
,t makingg care to u-t-': all the. lateralsa earnest consideration of the people of H. BABCOCK, appointed Secretary.
,,which grow on the main branches East and South Florida. If those The following resolutions were then
4down to the axles of the leaves, as .. offered by Col. Tillman Ingram and
often as they are produced, but leav- WhO are mos eep were unanimously adopted.
ing the leaves entire. If any one study the subject, and determine w.
'1ill take this little extra'" trouble, act for themselves, there would yet be
he'will be amply repaid and abso- hope of the final accomplishment of
lately astonished at the. immense our long cherished Railroad enter-
Odusters of fine large tomatoes he prise.
will have. If planted in a.favorable We are not at all pleased with the
siuatin; they will ripen at least as r nohc esu etof te
Sear~ly as those grown~in any other manner in which the subject of Flori a
t e~rly is those grown in ,any other ,, ,,,,,
way out of doors, and frequently Railroads has been treated, both in
three days or a week earlier. When and out of our State. We feel that
ripe they will hang longer on the great injustice has been done to Flori-
vines without: decaying. The situ- da by writers and speakers on the sub-
ation can ,hardly be too sunny, ject, all of whom seem to rely almost
Deep, lighI a-6 tsitS.them t on reign rat r,. ,e, fur the
best." "'t en- y on
o '. k, .: ...' """ "" sup],,,-rt ft.suchli er, t,.'ri-e s-- ',_, even
SCANTEL. .._ .EO*S" .. an,' *intim: i1g that- Fl:,ri. is too i,:,:r and
1 -.T TV Lak. ''. -0 t .1 _

ariset with all te'a~yr i sign>':'' become een an assist-
dt I pg, .e~l (%l l
I a" q ii
---cunibe an-&tb rf-

+ ingmo.... Tlet.3c b thhave 6o, .B tip ja-toi. a'.n. d
"~UN andt'4i -.e'idi, h o i sus:ii,

"'ground shog m oeftedito and"f nominated such "idea',4 :t "'
ground~ud shet .'; e e nqt
finb tilth ; the hills should be dug direction imi which their mieiiem ",' lat
out to.: a depth of ton inches, ci.,h- bor are being expende is only in lion-
teen inches in diameter, 'which e nlin-
should be filled with one-third well- est keeping with their opinions. .T-v
rotted manure one-third sand, (if have 'sought the shortest rn'tt,','m
the soil should not possess any,) and the Atlantic to the Gulf wi"l'
one-third rich earth, well-mixed, gard to the wants of the county P
SThe hills should he frern eight to which thlcir Road is to-,pc,, .I
twelve feet apart each way. and the would seem that they calculate im,,,
.. eed-say five to a hill-an inch accommodation of u l.
b elow the surface. When the sprouts e acmdtin ofo1si.nfr'med the.
are to inhes igh gve tem aIf we have been rightly informed, the
arI ,e two inches hi1 a''giv'Ie them ni.a ll;|3m:.fh
sprinkling of woolashes, while tie stClolders and managers of the Fer-
S dew is on, or after watering them, nandiin and.1 Cedar Key'sRoad do not
and repeat three or four tinies.'.pretend to look for support at home.
S This will drive, away the insects. TiTeir work is calcul:ate.- to do im-
When they are .six inches high re-men l to the cause o Southern
m rove all-but two or three vines, ac' em.,'e+ and will undoubtedly prove.
c- ording to the space between : the cr toue ove
rows, and carefully put round, not a protit.,ile euterprise'to those who are
to, the vines a little guano. :-n iLte .-ested thlerein. But wed.islike the
moving the weeds from the beils the idea ot building a Railroad in Florida
vines should not be disturbe,'l. as mncrelv to meet the reqauiremn.nts of
rootlets which supply the Trincipal foreign trade and travel. We want a
foirishment to the fruit will be de.- RoadL for our own convenience, to car-
8troyedl. Nothing more is needed rv off lie thousaids of bmles of Loin,
to yield an amount of this delicious t o es f
melon that will astonish the unini- Cotton. ad .he heavy iogseals :f
tiatei Sugar and Tobacco that will roll into
ENS AND several-- th markets, from our itate. as soon
S HENs" AND ECo.s.--or several
years past I have spent a few weeks as favorable outlt can je r
6f the latter part of August on the themi. The Southern portion of tlh
Kenebec river in Mainc. The lady Main Truuk of this Road, (the part
*ith whom I have stopped isa highly iu which every citize-n of time State
accomplished and inttc1ligeut house- ought to feel interested.' passes tihro'
wife. She supports the "hlentnery," aqreater part otf that section mo;t cal.
and from her I derived my infor- culated to be benefitted by.cteh a work.
nation in this matter. She tol,l rie r1 ,
....i t"i m Sie tld en uThe whleu. distance front the1 poi-t of
That for miany ,ears shie had been in ',
td, .(. ." I B '
-i--hait of' mtvi d.,era- BIayV.s..Lh -
S hens, with their common foi)od, W 7the .Cbe rIniina lads LU he .,
rate of a teaspoonful of' cayenne lan u-mielof that- land is of such a
pepper each alternate day. to a do- quality y as to prove chiefly valuable in
zen fowls. Last.season, hen I te production of the most heavy corn-
-with her, eachli morning, she brought t h prdu, Stim, a Sg rTosale. c.,
1 _ , modlit is, -s,.ch as Sugar, Tolbaeeo, &e.,
in from twelve to fourteen eggs .
.Aaving but sixteen hens in all. She which are nOt easily cari t ...
gain, nd again e- e-imentel 'a without such facilities at Railroad, alt
ITA 'nan, aind again eki-:ei i" eat-...
-the master by omitting to feed with water-courses ;aff.rd. There is a great
the caftnnc for two or three ',lays. deal of such lautd in the Soultherum pOr-
S..Th'e onsequencee iivariallly was, tiom of this county, in Stimpter and
"that the product of egs fell off t,, Hernando counties, and the richest
:five or six per day. The same effect nds o tt Hillsbron, h river can be
of using the cayenne is prolucel i cultivated othingelse-
winter as well as in summiner.-Bos- oitably cultivated in nthmih else' o,
S- .ton Transcript The Consequence is, that rich mies o
O 'S- wealth are thus effectually locked up
WOaRMS IN PEAC--i TREES.--If an mst, remain ioiimtil means oh
Y ou examined your trees, and care- and must retain so until means ot
transportation are fuijrished. Suich
filly cleaned them lasteptemnbcr, earth purposes aor which we desire
Syou will find very fe.vw w-orms now a; rtie ut lpoeor o hic desi t
but if you neglectedI your trees last the Southern portion of this Road tc
fall you will soon find from one to be built, and if it is once put in opera
.fiv'e of-the small white.giub, worms, tiou,-the produce on the route will soot
underneath the bark, ana1 just. at be sufficient for its support, i:ndepend
the surface of the grounm.l. Cut them ent of the large atmoun't of foreign
out with a knife ; cut away all the trade and travel which will natural'
dead bark ; clean away all the gum seek te better and safer channel.whiel
and wash the tree with soft soap
mixed, then earth up around it, and this route will afford. .
-_ -.L -.....A ,1.. These axe bold statements., it is true




ie o owing resolution
Wmn. H. Babcock was also u
1y adopted.
-'Resolvcd, That tIl, Se
th-is meeting be instructed
of Governor Perry a copy
writtel- to himn by Mr. Yule
of which letter w,.: r'. rend a
ai :il',:rtl Mi.-. till.__ at Ocala,
as it is believed that the pu
the entire letter will throw
upon certain matters no
known, in which the I' .tlrh

interested. :
-On motion the meeting
our ied. ... _-
Wri. H. B.B-.:'-,l,.'K. Se,?'r
G 1-0 (jo N -
We rte to., b:, to
with crtaiiitv. <.'oC S.1 I
President Of1 time "Athuit
R:iilroa.l 'olnit.any."' Ias
in ptLrchnsia'g a th:,i'i iii :1 'I
aor that rah.l with r,.,llnii'_
WVe ,al's le-trir tli:,t lie .m st
meiitls.. by whlie ,Ia- will r
auable.:' to .-eeuire thle r:
wbiaol e i'il -. WCo ., ",,e.:
pr'ope tsT` f O.u r ol dr i li i
lion.-:: silt'* .lg^td 4,.ls.E-^
.steay, progrc .._" gt.. "., !',
of I n t er.jLJ .pc fi'e n t
work o htavy1.5 n: ti, ti I
mal SonitLtern. the E1,a'i
tirewe Western limit a'ofro
din. State, -hall be uiit,'l
Iro'm. whieh in time willI
interests and mutual atl
Florida 4Vcics, Marh.13, ;1.
*> ----- >- ^ -
edl with light-fingered ind
are malrkitg iihtlv der
Last week Caolt CoolN's S
teretd and' roliaed of all th
change ; -Friday night of I.
Post Office was broken 0op
uigiht, Mr. C. L. Fribele'
forcibly entered and robt
three hiunidrA r-di dollars wort
and Thursday night ami
concealed in Mr. McCartj
sides these, we hear of s
oases We uiinlerstandi t
police is kept during tlie i
trust, the: perpetrators
rages will bebrlougllht t:ioju
pa 12i l/ ul/.
SH. H. Booly was exan
atec county, onp Saturdav
murder of John York. an
to Jail to await, his trial.

iffr-id, by

set tIle i e ii'i ii'2' wit i i i .-
r,'inov:il If Gon Concha as Governor
o) (1, C, b i sRtd j e C ted.
(JC .'dt"l-li C. A:'.\[' LI VERP'OOL
C,-.rTTN''iJr] i C (',.itt,,i had de-
elino fikomL. l- -I in cren1 a> li.,:i '
Ire- TIie ^ivy iitl' M,- _he sales
Slife tw'eek 'cr'it 1.000 bales, of
wlicae i tnriilnu osp,:rters took
e.telh .2 0 l.'] i,'4 l1.000 bales
of all d&cr' lthe trraide.
A. diiilv prT4 ,ii'c-tiiir' was corn-
ii .,aiee' i, Iuth. V irginia, on
Lilt, -;e1 illiil O
the Od -illtmbo ,.of wlicih thle Trans-
c-r pit s;i ?'S: :
A-considoriable number of people, of
1,,ths'sesx. /were present-say about
two t-,.lra : -t ,,l -,ii l veral of the min-
I ,t',i'ii elniit' l.'* Singing and
lnig W.+ the only exercises yester-
:', wtN h tn,. ex,.,l pi',1n'of a few u'ca!v vr-
al reinrk f'rin the Bev. I. R. Finley.
D. I.; but -we presume that should
there be sItiir'iit inteerst ,l..'l.1 .l 1
in these meetings, exhortations will in-
ti..-rlp. :- the hymns and prayers. Let
it be borne in mind that this is no sec-
taripn sclienme-it is general,' and as
open to sinners-as to saints. It will not
avail business men to urge that -they
hl'e no tine to devote i o these- meet
inrgs. Men did more in'by-gone times
ltian is now asked or (-:.i.-ll of them
Daniel had all theaff.irs ofa a:i.l
on his hands, and yet he prayed three
times a day. David was ruler over .
mighty nation, nndyet he says, "E-.,
ning. and in-i nl,,i. arl .it !ti n will I
pray," It has been iv-11 i, ii ,..d tim,
"when tit,,. i wanted tih. cain il
\,yV- 1l,'-*f','i,:l and all <'ir eitizuen
-'. 11 1 ,. e t? o U I b lis tyutli.
1'7,/ -.. ----- -I
i\ 1:.-.\ .. 1attc".1l .l .' H ,l
L ^un j,"- ^^I'Tp-~h'in l .'-i'n-TT,
th says:
"'A very nfflitive dc1s,:.t, ti.,n of
rovidenee has taketf place within 20
iles of this place., A Presbyterian
ministerr named Reed was going to at-
iid a meeting of the presbytery. He
opped over night with another minis-
r at a private house. Mr. Reed was
ken with a fit, in the iii_'lt, arid it was
opposed he had died. Ti' i,.thier"min-
ter. being in a hurry to get to the
m' eting in .';:,'i].'had him buried the

next day. On his return from meet:-
ing, ie left word, at Oxfor-d that. their
cretary of minister was deadm and lineal. His
to rei ile-t friends went immediately to get his re-
of a letter mains and ,'i,. them to Oxf'r'l. when.
t. o their gra:ttat --",, they discovered
e, porins9
ts that hlie had been b'lrir-l alive. The
it the last cover of the coffin was split, and his
Sinasmuch s,1oudwas completely torn off, and he
blication of had turned nearly on his .face. -He
much light w-'-*-"'. and a very worthynman.
His dreadful death .is much lamented.
t generally _____
are much OONSUMPI'T, r:.-A. Paris corresponid-
entof.the New Yor-k Herald says: "
- then ad- "Anr ii-t,-. lit p i':,l,'r on ti,: -ir,'p'er
ties of the sap of the pine tree has just
SY, Ch'n.'- been published in the Abille "l,.ic'il.
. in reference to its curative effect on
that terrible scourge of huminanity ii
America-consumption. -Dr. Pesmar
1.1l to state tis', of Bordeaux, is tili. a,.athn lii n
n,:-i'.v'n., tihe quotes the result of four years e&xpe
ie and Giilf rience. One is an instance of.'I ,,num
sui.-ceele'.I lady who wr-,; obliged to give up lie
'Ons of Rails revels on'- ai',,'ai'it I'f phthisic,'wi.-l
i-tock, &c. v.-- l' : lliarv i n'hen rhler Cainijil'.'-he
m:,,lcarrange- .aiitlier. i.ifali-'r. '-i-t-ranil otherrclatii''i
rrol-,abhy be h:,inig alldieddof the disorder. Sh
ails fo: t' he was :t fli:-t ',I with i,,-lent reteliinar ann
S in t tie fair zpittil', :,'l 1.,i:0od. anrd all thia-e o salT
l.,r. a Wid we t aa''l:i ln!,m :',ary c,:,iii].,lint wer
go- r.ert
'^p~~~~~rI l,^l,^l riu ?sP.t ll tii.-,t' ,c il 'ai was sto-pp- e'l in tlieacours
z,V ilta of taive fiL avs bvy almini'ii lei ing Mnl
Ithe Nozartli-rn ,'.raiiiie -f I':iw l:-rel rue i:'r layv. D)r
ri'. amid ex- )Pesniraiis c'.i ,iJiers rotm (ruita -rave'
ir now bui.l letis) to be one of the laI-st amii ihasnt,
liby honls of taties known: After whieh Tlie I patia-i
beget tinith'd took a bottle of piie sap per .l-iv for tl:hi
tnelinlm':.-its -- space of twomlnli and.a-half Cat ith
end'of which time ther --rcrgth Iad r
ft_- turned, her cheeks hiad re.i.tieal in
is now in es- fesi'.t healthy condition. noLi vmi
ividuals.wh alarmino-,s pln, had :l;ai.pare.
n Ior Mstra ens. pThe p,-ieii' haas suffered rm raclaips
store w as en- The tfiat hair 'ul',te.s innumeral.ble o:the
ic' .eible instances. He says that pain i Ii
st weeh, the '.s-t is hot ast;utacl in the client u
pe'n; Monday less acsbynraiel[my a fricti on oft tl
's store was ti, oil of rue, om
ed of abo ll postiori oil of rue, .t
bed of about, hundred graimntnes ; -essence of ruie.*.
tli f watches, grme;t-ati6nes; coieentlrateal tincture
n was f rod aloes, one Ii.drlreml grammes.?. Pit
y's store. e-Be-
s.. "- ap g 13r]! p, urges the beginnmr, b
several othersc'tei,
meea a .e gir this effect, which seems to be 'pure
iat a vigilrit liniilative. soon ceases. Its analyst
hil" it, a n d w e o e i o
ight, and, we al proportions are-oneof resino
of' these out- mattr, two of -extractive substances
i.Jtce-- 1U-/ (one soluble both jn water and alcoh
Sand the other only in water.) three
nined in Man- allaumuen, four a kind of gum, and s
last, for the soda, lime, magnesia, iron, alumii
id committed phosphates, sulphates, carbonates, a
-Ibid. chloride', all in very small propertiot

of the iiru-trntS De I itt Ce-, -1 U f a
open a'conuriecti betwv.'Lhe-udson t must ba. ..W table investment otf-, ..,'. ; a few-h-".': r./- --
River and LaIie Erie ; but -li peprse- capital. Yours, &e. ,. hi,' ei i. i .w a i a -
vered in the ideal n spite of opposition CATO. h au w lwa otaeone
,and scorn, and he succeeded and, in. by congestion of the bratu.
so doing, he immortalized himself ai .. --
handed down his'name to gratefull 'I'L OIt tl)C ijllllWC. DIED, at the saue place, on the 2d.
posterity as the b.enefactor of his State int., Mr T. AM SWANN, of consump-
and of his race. He made New York Llake WYinm.bago is en and steam- teion.- '
the proud State ihe is-first min popu- r.. are>- ii" there T. lhe deceased had-long been deelin-
lation ; first in commerce; first in- Ii.......ea tdru"
.. .1, 1u havte f ta neadrb- k
wealth. ,-Iad Virginia had a Clintoni New York ety. it is said, have near- i u h f.t. m lady, but kept .
and followed his leading, she might ly five hundred miles of paved; streets. up and about until a day or two before
have bietn what. New York ;and more, r Everett. arinouLee that lie 'is hi death.- G.
file he, iatidrl advantages are greater, Cll,, ],] dt post pone the fulfilment
ut slite. alli.,wed her younger and more of tih e,.,:,,ert which he has made MODERN REFORM EXAMINED,
S vigorou- ;.t'-, t..i get, the start of her thar,,, ..h.,ia tie S,'uth On' THE
in the gr,:.t w:.rk of internal improve- -
ment, and thus threw herself fifty It is estimated that from 8.50 00o0 UnioJi of INorth and South
years behind the spirit of the age.- -^1 (10Ol- woruthm of su,-'r an ,imh,, 'ON THEr
OuOur position, now, is precisely what .-l ii New York larklt on Sat -SUBJCT OF SLAVERY.
that of Vir'-"iii: was then; we have ''JaY' M:,ach .th. :.: BY REV.VJ. C. STILES. -
natural advantages of a superior or- Aprivate letter from Col. Johinst,, l iII A1 I.,..v I ...Lthe title >-.fa work of rare :
der, which, seized upon and improved says he has received, no communica- .'i-,..i-t i--"iedf ti.-".i'-s, a few
Sas they should be, will make our coun- tion from ....v.ri"iiit since October. copies of which have b.b-, re,-eved, ands'
Story one of the most desirable that the fi ..,Ii.uts it to the irIrul6ritt ;O .,. ,_, sale at this OWe. It i a Ilargebook.
H,=n'shlletu --ii.t but, wi', '.otof over '3 1.0_T Price $1Ie Call early.
t sun shines iip.' but, i..:i-l..t:... will be the ,:,ila -I. April, ]:,. "" + "
but a source of a'"..,atii, to us from .. .. A .
Sthe reflection that we might have been, It is stated that in one of tl., vill..z |ificet AssOrltlelt r
Ssonmething, but failed, for the lack of esof the town of Sim.,bur-, Conr, o.t-. --. i...e A ie
Sthe rv effrt If we let slip cut, there is not an dult to be found O 'F ,- -
the Il,-,:|-,t ,.[ i',l,.'l' ,.I L l'h t, others w ho has not been c)LIvOrtc 1d. ., "IiR
will ,.t the start of us to such an ex- A c iuii-,i' i-3 been appointed I1111IU l1Il U UiIjiIii -
tent that it will require long years of by the War Department to examine 0 ? '
Laborious effort to regain what we shall and report upon the necessary improve:
0 have-lost, if, indeed,:we ever can. But ment on Cape Fear River. ... '
a an effort is now being m,,1.. of a char- Immense amointsof freightarecom- R. p M'OANTS
. actr which augurs well for this por- ing east over the principal railroad OCALA FLORIDA "",
Stion off enmntry. + If this effort is ,.Lh- lines to N,-w York and Philadelphia. HAS J ST O P E N 'E"
t .,1 t:, th.. extent that the circumstances The w ,ltI rivers are in the best pos- A C O STOCK O ,
.l1,2,,11d, it ilmust and will ,,,.,.:-,1 sible .niiti,, for steamboat naviga A CHOICE STOGK. OF
T i is, su wrd as it T t Ladies' Dress Goods, ;'
~,le imS tl'.ite tlis, I ill fiea IDa''ilarta t rre'- h .av-e
IN'\, 't t40 fit es T !. i-. A it maii"l l) .
t tlic J lip m4,ufa,.trU ,' 1,,fM .-,;r e 1 l,av'e ,"
- i'.a.I. ,.' Iinllh'e a l, Ii,J tn -4 wo' l i, .,,'- i ,^i tig, i at "_ a,l',:>| t *
over fif,.," th! -:h--. I d,_,ll ,rs I rtn'*le ;. : so,t I *
to meet thi> ,-3 ,.i hse, w. have .,fred '] t i *L.oa I T J,, ,'S ,, .
us State i,.rat ... t,., thi am.i, at ," sho.h. -tn to am end the C -' C--..
ten thousand dollars l".ec ,l. We .t-.ft .tlotn", eSOta. lr'.dy.. A bNi V.:_.II(+ jO1 I.l9
have also a donation of Li,. i.y (1on % p,01 poi-6ae,,lit to i.e So b- \. Brown, & tBleacred
gressand by the,., ,t it les..itted to )lai...,Ble has paw.l the SIEETINGS 4- 81i TLeGSd
than five thousand acrno- jr rail,.i liT. Lugilautre.
average valuation of those lands, can- STRIPED AN- FLAIN .
not well be less than one dollar and The recent ab ence of Mr. H-lunter cO3M.-3B-E:TJ"""kSI
twenty-five centscper ac-e-it is esti- from hi-. seat in the United States AND ALL KINDS-- OE
mated by many judicious persons to Sentate was: ,: t.. -,by. the ilPllantation Oad n
be d ,i11 -that sum. There is scarce of his on, who js 'y iconvales ,, t uo
To I!h,..ait tmitia.).,of ;urroundinw
an acre of it that .will not, when the ig. Farn .-r" 'I -VJItttl' l altI. d. InHe ,.-Aso
road is opened, be worth one doll-ar ,n > offers a fine -rt it of .
,acre for./the timber only. Suppose, THE HAIr, TIM r *-The Chieago n fiT n nnP i n niff
then, we place the value of the land at Press has an n-advertisemient, forty HOP, flVP ;O1 ,l
,.c~ tunI,,s I.:n c o. I I,
the very low figure.of one dollar per c.uns :. g.- of lands i t.,at ,'. e -- AAGreat Variety., Also '
acre, this will amount to' $5,000 per linquent t,,fr takes This is attribute* ? RM T '
mlh., which, in addition to the State to the crushing effect of the late. finan- ALRGE ASORT .N .
guarantees--$ 10,.000.per mile--amount cial panic. : ._ Q t .
to $15,000 per mile, which is the full '1,,. 4 -- .l r ii 1. W nd .
estimated cst Travis hayi- 1Hard U LO11UW HA Wo
estimated cost o f the road complete.- VERY PROPER.--Capt. Travis hav- ".. L 'p I Ml
These -.-,:.ts,,then, if ,:'on vested into ing advertised extensively :that he 'Ware. .. .
cish, at a fair va',.,n, are enough, would, on a certain day, shoot on a wa- BEST QUALITIES OF-.
witlhint. any ,ti'.,- ,mars. to build thie ger.-an orange from the head of a boy, V I R G-I N I A T 0 AC 0," B
r-,id. Wlat.-,' r tle hlani.,light : prove at Louisville. the Mlayor of that cky A-TN OT OF "
St,, be worth ,,'.-r one .ullar per acre has forbidden the esp.-rimnent, and or- A "D A-FINE LOT OF .
wou, b. a ].,,:talus to go into the pock- dered the police-to arrest the parties. -
et ctc 't.,:khual.l-r If they are worth AND :.
t: oI le d,-,ll:ir andi t iventy-flye cents per THE tVHCAT CROP IN T-:::srcE. "
Saere.thbre,:\v:.ul1 be a surplus of.el,- -The Chattan-,,oogta Advertiser states 'OVISDOflS-
n -' per mil,.0; if they are worth two upoq.authoriTy of reports from differ- 7,
n dollar: ;ai0.l fifty cents, lieii there will ent parts of East. Tennessee, that the I/_I "VES LIQ UOI?,S,, .
- .e a surplus of $7,500 per mile. It wheat crop looks unusually fine thus .- PRESE/VES, &C.,&.C .
1 will be ,uer, llat mv assumption iq:-siii- 'far. It has a good stand on the ground;.' All of which will be sold, on the most
* ply this-thiat. $5.000 per mile i,; .ufii. and is as forward as usual, anid grow- reasonable tern-, to cash buyers, or pmnce-
_, t, in-,ko the ,road complete,: ex ing beautifiully. An unustLalyir ge tual dealers on tinre. Huis.determinedto
s ell dnl ;:tbhe -be .t ,:f ni-rehandise 'a ndt:o h
r ir.,aing and (.iitiiuetats, and that amount has L.een sown, and if no mis- advantageous terms to all who may ba
rit ir.advantageousitermsletitallawdo maytbe
I thIe Stite gua'-antees are ample, evel hap befalls it tile harvest will be abun- pleased to patronise-him. The public are
r all,- M, fir a discount in disio,,iiv" of dant.. respectfully invited to call and examioe hiN
tlii,.m in market t ir,,n a nIl ,.,-li|- '.e which he will take pleasg jP exhi-
e If the lands were Iiptliec.ite.I at otne SIC s AT THE VIGINIa. VER- biting. R. P. M'C-.NTS.
" ollar pe "acre. a.d he ,la bans ,SIT --. is state' that much sickness ala, April 5th, iS58. 2vl
d ola ,,pwacr'e hd. tt.,b L]S. l t. t7[
Sy-fivcento dolr iiopvilsa University of Vir- A. ATHERS
,~ sclml~aeiglmy-fiv .DR. A 'N. TH 7S
' e wimu^ roduce.'vr nrl ,ve' i lnt-ia ia. tiant ie young men are ra- I
t. '-di'-'T. ,ilo t4ic rk' t.r a_ tr ..lh r or- o s". '
M "I ;o.. :,. -- : -conta, n Several
;e -'Vbmt.we meed-,- 1-hen, is no-t *s o nmotl4 il6 Several -.rT HEca.3a0E*CF '-
,e ns taui-d tho-i'oa'd asdred placeac, aend much
e ns AuicthieTua as. r e~h Staunton Splc. Aol surroumi 1inmg .untry. Office attho
r. to a ,t. men,,w- w ^, t f-ind tbi *' 'b .r.---A The Staunton Spec- Drug"store (lJ. .L COOpt & Co. ... .
.r.aird .ed. in t ic wam oT subsc'rintion- ^ -8e is ty1'. oid fever, April 6th, IS58. lyalvl-. ,
)- alollg the lin e It is true Be are , .:.. "-. ., .sare' various as to "
,t bu, weo ir ei..-ud-prou'JSof u,.cau ,.^' y 'n.but it still T h ey. C o e e -
,C, tr- proimlof herleliglatful ,limat i *e.Ba~some defect j-boutthe
L > pr-,ud ,aCflhe" natural 'adva],tatigt-rr j.,L,42auig~s pr ground -. NI VIS P "RIN i GMMEIR -
e- of'the hIi.hi poistio,'wel,e li,-'ivc r.he will ." l:<
er at tIo di-tanit d.ay oJcclpy, aid this HEALTH. INDWATlON.-Tlie Phil. .- .. -
"V pride will I~rompt'-,Is t,, strain every adeIphia Press learns rm.a large ( r
1 nerv to- aeoiimli-lm ) g.oi'ioii an en. firm L-hat wititinthe past week there ~ \s/ s -
Ster:prie as this. Sul:,s-ript~ionas,to a have been, to their own-eertain knowl- JU.'T KE(E[V A"ND FOR$ALE.Br
e" V,_' y lh i't,ds .,ne amount, have already edge, th re merchants in that city tk O |
te bee'n made, aiid moeO will be made" make their sprig purchase, who were Athis Old .Strnd.( (J yser} "
n- But thic great general interestsfihvolv- obliged to reLurn to their homes with- by Josidh Paine,) I
he ed are sueh that, were tle y oneo prop- utbuying a dollar, and ibis bemiuse /OX-ISTING oP all kinds of Goods thi .
ert uu derstood. for. ig.-i capital would they ,id no. money, and bad taken no tJ .opie need, or de~iie, at the lowell
25 be'freely offered to assist, us. Our satisf'i etory steps to redeem their cred- Men'sl. LaditoDrnSStoeavy great
of road. when male, ill be on an airline it. These oases, remarks tlhe press, No^eoes, 0snabargh'a Plain and Stripf "
ne of iulercommunication between the have been referred to bold and expe- Brawn and Bleadhed Uoiespun\ Bra ^
ut Atl.antip and Gulf ports. It will ie rienced merchants as being without and.. Blleaehe.t Jeans, Crockery, Tin fU
tihe ra ii f-ravaststamof precedent in our past business expe Wooa^\Wart,a ery large I ,1rdwaa-j4
;ly u,,.t great ave niUo-lf r a vast stream ofa a
ic- trade and travel from New York and niece Herotofore' there have been iars. Boots and hoesd atam

us other Eastern cities' to the West In- no applicants tor credit wloso .af baco, K,|>e (variou1iz0,.0and qu .af -
es, dies, Central Anmerica, South America tecedents, howeverbad. were sumi- Ready Made Lluthiag,&, c. --L
ia ciut. o eReady heMadeui he'l'thi-Ag', .
ol, and California. -Itwill be so. because cieut to exclude them from the confi- .I. B^ :.
of -1st: It will offer the shortest route;. dence of all; but this game of hazard Oeala, Fla., April 6, 1858.. 2dtP. ..
six 2d, it will offer the quickest route, and of our business men, Ii trusting any-j* MISS-ES BLOOMER -
na, 3d, it will offer the safest route. It is body and everybody for tesake f lot, various colors arm
nd the only route that can be had on an swelling the aggregate 6f annual sales, For sale by 'B. 1'. MJcClTS'5
ns. air line for this-trade and travel; it is has at last resulted n its own defeat." I Ocala, Fla.. April 6, 1858. -,, "

A I.... -

SKeep mte grouun ,ta .,

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. ' *

'i'-IRAM t. MANN,
S -_.. Administrator.
Feb. 24th, 1858. 2w46
The above sale is postponed until the
first monday in May next.
RANDY PEACHES and Cherries, a fine
lot for sale by R. P. McCANTS.
Ocala. Fla., April 6, 1858. 2d2tf

R HE latest style for Spring and Summer.
For sale by H. BELL.
Ocala, Fla., .April 6, 185,8. 2dltf
A LARGE lot for sale cheap by
Ocals, Fla.. April 6, 1858. 2dltf
,- :^ Constable's Sale.
.,.-.V, ILL BE Sold in front of the Court
N6 iose door in the town of Ocala, on
the first im-n.lay in May next, between
ItWK usual 0hou 1 of Sale, a negro, man, uam-
oLd Gip. %4out -23 years of age. Sold by
* virtue of an execution issued from a Jus-
tices Court of the first Dist., of Marion
.county, in favor of Kinchen Syms and
others vs. Hiram T. Mann, administrator
and Frances M. Piles, Administratrix, of
the estate ot Solomon Moody, deceased.
Property pointed out by plaintiff.
W. S. MANN, Constable.
April 2nd 1858. ,
From Ocala, Via Flemington, Mica-
nopy and Gainesville.

Fare Reduced.
SROMaril after this date, Stages leave
t..2~1_i' I Y nd
.-:( Ssac^^^ ^f. M.-Airiv^
Fernandina to Dinner-making a close and
certain connection, (except on Saturday,)
with Boats for Savannah and Charleston
Time to Fernandina 22 hours.
Passengers leaving Ocala by Tuesday's
Stage, connect with Steamer St. Marys
next day.
Passengers leaving by Thursday's Stage
connect with Steamers Everglade and Car-
i olina, next (lay.
Passengers leaving Ocala by Saturday's
Stage, connect with Steamer St. Johns or
Leave Fernandina every Tuesday, Thurs
day and Saturday, at 10 o'clock, A. M., vi
Florida Railroad-arrive at Starke at 2 4(
P. M., take stage at 8 P. M., and arrive a
Ocala next morning at 10 o'clock; thus
making a close and our word for it, a cer
tain connection both ways.
Through tickets between Ocala and Fer
': nandint $9,50, to be had of our Agept, E
_J. Harris, Esq., at Ocala, and Railroa(
Agent at Fernandina.
: Fare by this route to Savannah, $14,00.
ad" "' Charleston, 15,50.
cc Fernandina, 9,50
P!- ':' roprietors Fla. Stage Line.
I i' Oola; March 22, 1858. ly49

Surgical & 1echanica

.iLL Surgical op.-ration of the mout
performed, and ,all kinds of 'Artificie
Appliances made with the nicest skill an
Perfection, with the latest Scientific In
provements. Artificial Teeth, from one t
an entire sett, mounted on Gold Plate, GuI
ta Percha, or Dr. BLANDY'S Cheoplasti
W All operations shall be made satis
factory to the patient, or the fees returned
Office opposite R. E. Johnston's Store.
S Micanopy, Fla., Mar. 10th, 185S. 48tf


o b Jeweller,

served a r ag ilir aC'pr krip-it oil...
the best work'in.en in t tin; l 't qt.."- ,Ind
havin all nee.srirv to., u-.d in. the irlt,
be is determined to, man:.k- Iis work ii il'rior
- to none in thie country. '
< W at.lh-.s and jewel-y ent I'frJL a ii .tatu>C,
carefully repaired aind rituirndi as ic.on a.
"* possible. All wanteih.wurkI warirranted ofev
year Sh..,o.pO -,, ite 1.E. i,A ,ir t, iiRe.
1. 'Mieanopy, Flua., Mar.,lith, 185S. 4Stf

SIMachinist & Engineer,
:-Stez Engines. Boi'ers, Sugar

Ma 'iithing and, Jobbing
.* ** Jmn. rret, I -l 'ft 'hetM.ii .

S March Ith-,1%. ly47

.P. ", I-CKLES!:,-PICKLES.!!,
S iNDERWOODRS best assorted Pickles
U f4 -ale by R. P. MeCANTS
SOcala, Fla., April 6,1858. 2dltf

| FIElatest style forsaleby
Ocal RiFla., April 6, 159.V ,

-:' / "'i '

-T^ ,o p iy, and Lngh.. ,
Grammar, -- 12,00
The Natural Sciences, History, Rhe-
toric and Logic, 16,00
The higher branches of Mathemat-
ics, Ancient and French languages,
Mo"al and Intellectual Philosphy, 22.00
Music on Piano, and use of instru-
ment, 20.00
V Tuition payable at the end of each
Session. Scholars charged only from the
time they enter the Seminary. No'de-
ductions will be made for lost time, unless
a scholar is kept from School for two or
more consecutive weeks by Sickness, and
the Principal is informed of the same by
the parent orguardian. I .
March 1st, 1858. ly48

Dental Notice.

lHE subscriber is prepared to render
Shis Professional services to the citizens
of Marion county. ,His locality is lola-
and he will be found at Orange Spring and
Ocala monthly, He undertakes to please
and profit his patients.
Feb. 23d, 1858. .'45
I AVING located in Ocala offers his Pro-
fessional services to thie Public.
Ocala, Feb. 22d, 1858. ly45

'O .-6ptC iui l fi'Il i r hi
their fI. nds public generally,
tlat they hbAe th -t formed a copart-
nership under the name of Moody &
Fletcher, for the purpose of conducting a
in the town of Ocala, at the New Drug
Store, next to Mr. Harris's Hotel, where
they will keep constantly on hand a general
assortment of Drugs, Medicines, Perfume-
ry, Fancy Articles, Fine Segars, Fine
Chewing Tobacco, &c.
January 1st, 1858. tf-42
_4 LL persons having demands against the
14 estate of Anna DeShazo, deceased, late
of Marion county, Florida, will take no-
tice that they must present the same to the
undersigned, duly authenticated, within
the time prescribed by law, or this notice
will be plead in bar of their recovery; and
all persons indebted to said estate are here-
by notified to make immediate payment
thereof to the undersigned.
Administrator, with the Will of the said
Anna De Shliazo annexed.
March 13th, 1858. 2m48
Notice to Debtors and Creditors."
.t LL persons indebted to the estate of
,, Edward Cook, late of Marion county,
deceased, are requested to makeimmedi-
ate payment; and all those having claims
or demands against the- said estate, will
present them, duly authenticated, to the
undersigned, within the time prescribed
by law, or they will be barred payment.
0. P. TOMMEY, Adm'r.
Ocala, Nov. 4th, 1857. 8w29


CONSTABLE & COLLO ii I NLL persons having demands against
OCALA, FLORIDA, Ia ih e estate of James R. Flemning, dec'd,
Respectfully offers his services to those late of Marion county, will take notice that
having notes and accounts for collection- they mast present their claims to me, le-
. Ah business placed in his hands will bo gaily'attested, within the time prescribed
PD *l v. l vl,. ,,- ., ?I.. .i r tlMi r.tio: "willhii o iin:1r1
...k' K '. , .d'n, are : -:A.,., notified to
NOT I-CE m.- immediate payment to the under-
OCALA, March 1st, 1858. si g JAS. i. JO"NSON,
ALL persons indebted to 0. P. Tomrmey & NoV-. 4th, 1857. Aa r.
Co., in account for the years 1856 and MEDICAL NOTICE.
1857, are requested to ccine forward NTI
and make settlement either by paying the D S. WV M 0 UD Y
amount or rivinr their notes for the same. OFFERS HIS

as we feel a delicacy in going out in the
street or county and asking them to do so.


W OULD respectfully announce to the cit-
.izens of Ocala, and surrounding coun-
try. that he has just opened. at the stand
above mentioned, a fine assortment ot
Cigars of various brands and qualities,
best qualities of Chewing and Smoking
Tobacco, Snuff, Pipes, Tobacco and Snuff
Boxes, Magic Cigar Cases, Matches, and a
variety of other articles usually Ikept in
such an establishment. He also iiriic-
tures Cigars of the finest Cuban To,',a:',-.1,
and iiad .-V:.r be found on, hand to wait- on
those l. .nir.iy be pleased to i,'-.- liii tl,-i,;r
patronage. He aims to deal .-ri.: :sv .iinI
please all. The public are Il vit,.-l ti "call
and examine his ssock. '
March 1st, 1858. ., 46tf

ON the 24th of February last, a dirk bay
Mare strayed ,i was -tlh..n fi. .1 tlih
subscriber, near ('r,-.. Lak-. ii Miatirii
county. Any person v, i:, ii. i rI..tir. iher
t:' in':-. or _. iv,. iri .:,rj.-ti'i,i w .h-er- unmany
be l':.nrn], ,w ill be lil.n. i,'ailv rewar:h,l.
MaJArih4th S. WILS'4N.
Mar,:h ttlh. 1555. 3w47

.. "-.-r'- 7'CL. ' -
R L NELSON is ofr auithrib,:.ri: -
._,r the .' ttkle nini-rt ,of aill .I,- ,t- .-
i-jtiii-r by note 'or open accoutif ). nI I
his >-._L'..i shall l, e a litial ilielir,
i'roni il.e same. All pers-i- ihdiel.,t.d ,to
us ail i.1,. .- i-_i ll upon liihij, at li,.e' Cuunt-
ing. RoI,-in l f Nt-:-ir, & 1b-own, wlieie lie
\%ill at all times be fonnd.
-OWN & 11EARD.
"Marchl 25th, l. .... 50tt
THE und.,-rni'nc.l ihain [,'in Mi, lre i ,t i',:--t in til : bS iii.-~ i:i A.
It M c.,lk_ ,. lr,.tlie-', .it-. 5_ilv.r, ',i.rn ...:-,
would ri.-p ',e..t llV riI .l -I'i tliii, v wihl, ore
indJ.: .o1 l t.., or have i.lairis da .iinst tl.. lit.
firm, to come forward irnl niake s.ettln,.:iiet
to date, for the purpose of -l.-,ing the old
books, .- L. L.WIS LYVY,
....... 7 : Silver Sprinn,. Fla.
Marcli thli. 1S5 : I,>0tft
THE celebrated Hloi c-. CHARLES ARCHER,
SJ'., will stand at Ocala as follows :-On
T Tuesday, tbe 80th inst,, on Wendesday,
the 7th of April, on Thursday, the 15th of
April, and on Friday, Saturday, Monday,
&c., making the ninth day from each pre-
cedingday of his a-.,,-ar in i,,. in Ocala. ,
-Thi- riLiiin.'lr of the time he will stand
on the Plihntation ')of .J. E. Williams, seven
miles south of O, :.ila.
TERM--Eiglit dollars for theseason, and
tw elve d1,llars. to insure.
March 22d, 18i8. S 60tt

To the citizens of Oeala, and surrounding
country. Office in the rear of Bell's New
Store. Oct., 1857. [28tf]


HEREAFTER, all the'frecighlts slipped on
"L the BP.:.i'-. for Silver Spring, and Way
Landings, must- be paid before the goods
are received; and all claims for damages
must be made known on delivery at said
Landings. J. L. McGAHAGAN,
Oct. 27th. 1857. 28tf

S IX WEEKS after date I will apply to the
Honorable E. H. Jordan, Judge of Pro-
bate in and for Alachua county, for letters
of administration'onthe estate of W. W.
Lavender, deceased, late of said county.,
Gainesville, Feb. 16, 1858. 44--f6t

ALL -persons indebted to the estate of
SBolivar Kincaid, late of Alachua coun-
t,*.:,-..i; ill please call and make im-
iIi.-..di-t a rii.. t : and all persons holding
.-lIr,'i- ai._. 't -.,i.I estate will present them
.110lN arid 1.-._-ll l, a:ti.-t.l, within the time
prescribed by l.wv, .,r iii,: payment of the
same will ever afterwards be barred.
'' .. Administrator.
G-ii .:isill. Dec. 18th, 1.I .8w36

Notice to Debtors and Creditors.
LL persons, indebted to the estate of
J. lI-i Ti aiiitliii, lat M.'af ia ion county,
l.:. a-.,-. ur,- h-I r.-].V', r,:.Ii. -ted to come
.rw'.,rl rl r,:ttle. iiiiI..I-A. tly; and all
1..- i,.iiS li.vl'- ,. I.,iiiu ,r .]-niands against
Eaid '-stafte will Ii'.-eiit th,:i, daly authen-
tia:it,-d, to th.- ,il.-r.i_,i %,[h, wit hin the time
r...,..>rilte.l .y Ilaw. ,.Mir tIv will be barred
"---,.--.---y_^pi~r.: .; T,.-lt-.m-- .-JT;----
-.Id Ir A diiii-tl trator.
'- N .NO TIC E
OIIX w,<-k-i aft:.r dat I n ill ripply to the
I niraIl Ju'l-e .:.I',' I.-,r Al.:a hu>a
comitvI for Ivltc-ri of' lniiidistrati,:n o1 tilte-
estate of Nancy Col.lin It Lte off sail c'-.i.j-
ty, JAcMES-aB.d, C.

Jan. 12th, 1S5!,

S3. 6w39 ,"1


-_/, A FINE large Horse, and Roekaway
.A; in completeorder-can be used with
'Iialt- or Pole. Sold on account of-the
owner having no further use forthem.-,
For information a I \.N, :at this office, -,r to
N. C. HAMLIN, six miles south of Ocala,
where the Horse and Rockaway can be
seen, and terms made known.
-March 12th, 1858. 48tf -

TAKEN UP by the subscriber, on the
Weldiva, in Levy county, a strayHorse
-a bright bay, about 17 hands high,
feet all white, right eye would be called a
glass eye, and some white on his face and
nose. The owner will please come forward
prove property, pay charges, and take him
away, or he will be dealt with as the law
directs. A. OSTEEN.
Feb. 24th, 1858. 2m46

VERYBODY in want ol money call on
March 8,1858. 47 1 Ocala, Fla,

t oc0 .iiaker &War(ile i.Repaircr,
t", ITn commenced busin.-- in tlii-S,
N 1.1.,.,. ,From his exp. ri,--r.'- li',
hopes to give satisfaction. Rooms at the
office formerly occupied by Dr. BROWN, one
door north of J. W. S. CRowsoN's Clothing
Store. ly30
Ocala, Fla., Aug. 1, 1855.

"E X C E L S I OR!"

izoc I Bainubtnby argnsi
Devoted to Home Literature I- Home

liicksion & Co.,-which have heretofore
bben in the hands.of Richard L. Nelson,
as the agent for said Partnership, have
been, by the consent of the parties, placed
in the hands of Frederick N. Foy. The
agency, therefore, given to R. L. Nelson
is hereby revoked, and all persons indebt-
ed'to Foy, Dickson & Co., are required to
make settlement with F. N. Foy, who
alone is authorized to receipt for the firm.
r F. N. FOY,
December 2nd, 1857. 84tf

Clothing, Hats, Caps, Boots
and Shoes,

Of all kinds, (except Liquors,)
A Y j.1 ufh I Aow, fCl\ PILET '

ASSISTED\ nYV 2%11-. iUi. Oi~l; lUV)' 1V/I v'^.^a,
MISS MARY E. KEEN, BA xNBRIDGr!z-'- At, Oc. 2, 157 6mp
IF practicable the first number of the is lio
Third Volume of the A-rgus will be is-. dissolution.
sued about the fourth or fifth of Mr.ii t HE Co-partnership heretofore existing
prox. It will be published with ,t71ir..iy 0 between Drs. Brown & Heard was this
new material, on a sheet 26 by 41 1-2inch- day dissolved by mutual consent.
es, and contain six columns more matter Dr. Brown will retire from the Practice
than it does at present, which will continue from and after the date of this notice.-
to be ORIGINAL, furnished by some of the Dr. Heard will continue the Practice, and
best writers intheSouth. Its interest will will occupy the Office formally used by
also be enhanced by interesting communi- Brown & Heard.
cations from Savannah, Augusta, Atlanta Th business of the late firm will be set-
and other accessible points, embracing the tied by either of the partners. Allpersons
most important information to the general indebted to us are hereby requested to
reader. Numerouslady writers of acknowl- make early payment.
edged ability, together with several gen- A.C. BROWN, M. D.
tlemen of literary experience, will be reg- F. HEARD, M. D.
ular contributors to its columns. In moral Ocala, Jan. 25th, 1858. 41 tf
tone and elevated principle, its past char-
acter is a guarantee of what its futurewill A SMALL LOT OF
&e. Each number will contain Original
Stories, Poetry, Essays, etc., etc., interesting, Bibles & Testaments
instructive and ably written. I Bils
In Politics the Argus will remain untram- Yet to be disposed of., at the
minelled-knowing no party but the Soihh.. 2,PR NTING OFFICE.
-J ,].:nowyl.cdgig nn_.nnfle-but theCo, ".'r'...-.___ \ --
The paper willfbe issued weekly, atT *'AR MlAY Ak (lI:,TI .i-t
).,i.i.JI,.-r annum in advance; Two 1) ,- .-. n .
*'ml rlmt, cents if payment be delayed ev F WILsoN' o o re. .I
an Thre-Do a ed 18mo Pe"(vr rice, 13 cc-,i;
six months, and Three Dollars if delayed'a 18 paper covers. Price, e-i
longer period. Orders for the paper, from Sold by C. S. REYNOLDS,
a distance, must invariably be accompanied 19 Ocala, Fla.
by the cash.
All communications must be addressed NAOTICE.
to WILLIS M. RUSSELL, r HEREBY forewarn all persons from
Proprietor, tL. ,ii .-, for a Note given by me, payable
Bainbridge, Decatur Co., Ga. to J.- :-1 4M. & F. C. Walling, or bearer, on
Feb. 17, 1858. 46 or before the first of January, 1858, for



N OT1CE is hereby given, that in pursu-
ance of law I will offer for sale at pub-
lic auction, all the
and also all the
and lands selected to supply deficiencies
therein, lying and- being in the counties
hereinafter named,- at the times herin
specified; The sale 'bf thie lands lying in
each county will take place before the door
of thie Court-house in which they respec-
tively lie. .
The sale will commence-
In Madison County, on Monday, the
S'12th of April next;
In C,.'luliia.n County, on Monday, the
19thof April next;
In Alachua County, on Monday, the
26th of April next;
In-Levy County, on Thursday,the 29th
of, April next;
In: Milarion County, on Monday, the
3rd of May next;
In Sumpter County, on Thursday, the
6th of May next;
In Hernando County, on Monday, the
10th of May next;
In HillsAborulCouvltyiiu aJ. _y,_t.he
15t1 bh of Mily next,; '.: ." e "
In MIanatee',outy, 'T'I. e
- -LQ1 Al -1.,M jnVJ :7 t. "* i' "
NO -01Fn< Q1 lemw- VT^-

Jan. 12,

$100 REWARD,

or of Florida.
W IHEREAS, Information has been fur-
Snished to the Executive Department,
that a murder was committed in the county
of Hamilton, on the body of one John
S--.i, by one Robert1I. Jourdan, and that
said Jourdan is now a fugitive from Justice.
Now, therefore, I Madison S. Perry,
Governor of the State of Florida, by virtue
of authority vested in me by law, do here-
by offer a reward of one Hundred dollars
for the apprehension of said Jourdan to the
Sheriff of Hamilton.
MEM.-Said Jourdan is about six feet
high, weighs 175 pounds, sandy hair and
light complexion. .*-.
In Testimony Whereof I have here
unto set my hand and caused to
[L. S.] be affixed the Great Seal of the
State of Florida. Done at the
C apitol, in the city of Tallahas-
see, this 6th of Feb., A. D., 1858.
Governor of Florida.
By the Governor-Attest:
Sec'ry of State.
Feb. 16, 1858. 44-r-"

five hundred dollars, dated the 30th of Oc-
tober, 1856, as the consideration for which
the said note was given has failed, and I
am determined not to pay unless compell-
ed by law. JAS. H. WADSWORTH.
Silver Spring, Feb. 20th, 1857. 3tf

Administrator's Sale.
N pursuance of an order from the Hon-
orable, the Probate Court of the State
of Florida, for the county of Marion, I will
expose tor sale and sell, in front of the
Court House, Ocala, on the first Monday
in February, 1858, of the estate of Edward
Cook, deceased, to wit: The east half of
the south-west quarter of section six, in
Township fourteen, of Range twenty-two,
South and east, containing sixty six acres,
for payment of the lawful debts of said
deceased. 0. P. TOMMEY,,
Ocala, Dec. 28d, 1857. 6w36

Justice of the Peace,
oO.A. .3 -A,- ,EXjO:t.3r:D3.Z
Business of the Office promptly attended
to on application.
Jan. 23,.1855. ly4

In the Eastern Circuit Court--Volusia
and Brevard Counties.
S. Spring Term, 1857.
vs. Attachment.
-ALu.tint sworn to $157,24: Damages
6300.. -. : -,
r"rUE. Delt'nt, and all others iriterested,
b a r i~ e f e -b r r t i l'i :- d o I h .- e ,. ,,iu n e e-n i -
!.tto-r r'rtl m I itt .......
W1%r 1o StringT ,in 1.5S, of tlr. 'Ciruit
CouLt .oirV.o-lhi and Brerard .oriilies, at
Egntplprise'4,Id't, ap.l:'ar and i -lead to tie
Pl'ft's Att'y.
,November 12thrt,1857. 8m31

ALL persons are hereby warned from
trading for a certain note of hand giv-
en by the subscriber to Marcus Watson,
for the sum of eighty dollars, due Janua-
ry first, 1858-date not remembered-as
the consideration for which said note was
given has failed, and I shall not pay it, un-
less compelled by law.
Nov. 10th, 1857. lm430p

I hereby constitute and appoint HENRY
LONG my Agent during my absence
from the- State; and nominate S. M. G.
GARY, Esq., of Ocala, Fla., my Attorney
to transact any business in Law.
May 18th, 1857. nl6-3m

S IX weeks after date, we will apply to the
Hon. Judge of Probate for the county
of Marion, for letters of administration on
the estate of Obediah Goodale, late of said
county, deceased.

Receiving & Forwarding Agents,

ly3l Palatka, East Florida.

Florida Railroad.

THE TRAINS on this Road run daily,
1 (Sundays excepted,) by the following
Schedule, viz:
Leave Fernandina at 12, M.
Arrive at -Trail Bidge, (62 miles,) at 4
Leave Trail Ridge at 4 A. M.
Arrive at Fernandina at 8 A. M.---
Connecting at Fernandina, with Steam-
ers for Charleston and Savannah:-At
Baldwin, with Stages for Alligator and
Tallahassee-and after the first of Decem-
ber next, at Trail Ridge, with Stages for
Newnaiville, Gainesville, Micanopy, Ocala,
and Tampa. --
Nov. llth, 1857. 81tf
*** Peninsular copy.


SIX weeks after date wewill apply-to the
honorable Judge of Probate, of Ala.:hu.i
county, for letters of-administration on the
estate of Simon Hodges, late of said coun-
Jan. 5th, 1858. 6w38
STA.1 E 1-,'i FLt.vRI A, IR-. ILiihlp D 1l, E -
A. A.:, IL Cois.rN ( 'ecnit,.r .I! 1, 1 'e '
tat' ,f ..,... t-.jln ., d :.,:ei .eI, l fe )f
A .v I .ii ,.,il t lia% iled in ti e Pr,,Iia
S ii ,,-L:.L Ahi-m, C' h 1 t i i %a ri t.ii t ir .' ; ."
t{i i-TIr-h be I'ee th-e Slati- fF .'cp.
B (?,-,k :r to l.,,: iu- ,vii~ l'i: ., .
N .,ti,... ,- thel:,'fr',i given t'i all li"-r i ss
having claims against said estate, to ap-
pear and file the same with the Judge of
Probate of said county on or before the
15th day of June next, when there will be
a pro rata distribution of the funds belong-
ing to said estate amongst the creditors
thereof; at which time the said Philip
Dell will apply for his final discharge from
the adminis ration of said estate.
Judge of Probate.
Jan 1st, 1858. 1 6m38
A LL persons indebted to the East Florida
State Seminary, previous to the 1st day
of January, 1857, either by subscription
or for tuition, are respectfully informed
that 'tbeir notes," accounts, and subscrip-
tions, are in mny possession for collection.-
Those who do not pay up, or make some
suitable arrangement before the fifteenth
day of January next, may expect to pay
costs on the same.
Dec. 5th, 1857 6w 34'j
Notice to Debtors & Creditors.
SLL persons having claims or demands
4 against the estate of James M. McCar-
l. dell, late of Marion county, dee'd,will
present them, duly authenticated, to the
undersigned, within the time prescribed by
law, or they will be barred payment; and
all who are indebted to aid .i.t.atv, -re re-
quested to come forward aind .-ettle-imnui-
diately. JOSHUA Mc'. ARD)ELL,
Dec. 9th, 1867. 84.;.- Adm'r;.

I OST or mislaid, Six Promisory Notes
for Fifty Dollars ($50) each, between
the 6th of March and the 1st of July, sign-
ed-by C. SLAGER, Agent for-A. MODE &
Bro., which notes I forewarn all persons
from trading for, as they were made pay-
able to me and I consider them null and
void. JAS.' S. ANDERSON. -
July 2nd.,1857. 22-tf

SLL persons indebted to the estate of .'.
K Kinehen.Adams, late-.of Marion :
county, dec'd, are hereby requested to:' -
come forward and make payment immiedi-
ately; and all those having claims against
said estate will present them, duly authen-
ticated, within the time prescribed bylaw,
or they will be barred payment. '
March 2, 1858. 8w Aam'r. :
In the Circuit Court-Marion County.`,7
Svs. Attachment.'- ..
Bond $450. Amount sworn to'$2218ii06o
with interest. .. :
THiE Deitidaant, and all persons lnterest-'
I ed, will 'fke notice of the commence- .
mentof this suit by attachment, and: are
hereby required to appear and plead -_ ;
Declaratiii flied in the Circuit. Court of :
the Easteri' Circuit Wof Florida, for the
county of Marion. 4"
S. M.G. GARIY, .
... P:aintiff's Attorney. *
Ocalh, Nov. 18th, 1857. 3m3.1 :

.... > OTICE. '"
QIX weeks after date I will apply to the
0 Judge of Probate, for the county of
Alaehua, for letters of administration on
the estate of Isaac Rountree, dee'd, late~of
said county. MOSES ROUNTREE.
Jan. 26th, 1858. 6w41l-.

A,ELotiedthat at he Fall erm
Cir,:ult Court for t e county Alach vWILL
I .hall apply to the. Honora l Judge EasternfD ad Solthela
said Court for leave to sell the Plantation s S tlrs
on which Joshua Stafford, dec'd, resided, Oct. 24, 1855. ly
containing four hundred and sixteen 2-3
acres, more or less, and being the one-fourth Constable's Sale. -
of Lot No. 10, of the Arredondo Grant, WTILL be sold, infrontoftheCourtHomm.
and adjoining lands of estate of Levi Hick doorin the town of Ocala, on thefirat
son and others, and on which .are some Monday in April next, between the iisual
buildings, cleared land, &c. Plantation hours of sale, a Negro man, named Gip,
consists partly of Hammock and partly of about 23 years of age. Sold by virtue'of
Pine land. MARY STAFFOID, an execution issued from a Justice's Oour-4
Adm'x of estate of Joshuia Stafford, of the first District of Marion county a
deceased. -.-. favor of J. P. Sanderson vs. HiramT. Mimn "
August 27th, 1857. and Frances M. 'Pyles, administrator 'and "
administratrix of the estate of Solomooa
NOTICE. Moody, dec'd]. Property pointed out by "
S IX weeks after date I will make applica- E. M. L'Engtc, plaintiffs attorney. .
tion to the honorable Judge of Probat : "WM. S. MANN,
in and for Marion county, for letters of ad- Constable.
ministration on the estate of Kinchen Feb. 27th, 1858. m-l46
Adams, late of said county, dec'd. The above the sale is hereby postponed
JOHN F. COLLINS. until the first monday in May, 1858.
Dec. 80th, 1857. 6w37
LL persons having demands against the ALL persons having demands againatthe
estate of Charles R. B. Edwards, late of A Estate of Abraham Dupont, late of St.
Marion county, deceased, are hereby Johns County, deceased, are he'reby called
notified to present them to the undersigned upon to present them, duly authentlcated
administratrix, or Wmin. P. Edwards, her without delay, to the undersigned; an4
agent, within the time prescribed by law, persons indebted to said estate are required
or they will be barred;, and all those in- to make payment to me.
debted are requested to make payment im- Ci I0MMTNG.
mediately. JULIA F. EDWARDS Executor de facto, and Attorney for V ,
SAdministratrix. R. Dupont, Go-Executor. w _
Ocala, Feb. 1st, 1868. 8w45 Mgtanzas, B. F., October 27, 18M.
O lt- 1- 8 8 49-

Circuit Court-Eastern Circuit of
Florida, Marion County;.
In Chancery. ,
.JASON' RAINS0 *- ,; ..'*:
vs Bill for Divorc-.
IT being made o appear, by affidavit of
SWilliam Edwards, Solicitor for Corn- :
plainant, that the Defendant resides out ot
the State .of Florida, and in the State of
South Carolina, so that the ordinary pro-
cess of law cannot be served on her, or if .-
served, she cannot be compelled to appear
and answer or plead, and i.t, being made
also to appear that a bill lias been filed in
this cause-It is wrlcireld that a'hearingbe
had on the facts charged in said bill on
'the first Monday of April next. -And it is
further ordered that a certified copy of
this Order for said hearing be published in .
some Newspaper of the .t(ate of Florida
for the space of three months, before the
first Monday in April, aforesaid. '
B. A. PUTNAM, Judge.
Jan. 27th, 2858. .
MARION COUNTY. Clerk of the'Ci r-.,
cuit Court in and for the county aforesaid,./
do hereby certify that the foregoing instru- "
mcnt of writing is a correct transcript of
the original Order male for publication in
the above stated cause.
In testimony whereof, I have hereunto set
my hand 'and affixed the seal of said-
Court,.this, the 3d-day of February, A
D, 1858. A.S. GOIN,
3m43 Clerk M.C.
Insolvent Estate Notice.
MARION COUNTY. administrator of
the estate o: .Johin Lea, lte..of Marion
county, decees,.:., las filed in the Probate
'e "e of Mari,,r, >'iuniny, a vriten snuges-
'il h, bh.iev f Lt o.s f J.,hj) mt -
o e Iinso -vFri ---- -
Thereupon, notice is given to all pe4sons
having claims against said estate to appear
and file the sane before- the first day of
July, A. D. .'...', lhire ill be a pro
rata distribute i(n of the funds belonging to
said estate, amongst the creditors thereof;
at which time the said Alfred C. Brown will
apply for his final discharge from the ad-
ministration of said estate.
Judge of Probate,
Nov. 10th. 1857. 6ma0. .


^,i^, '--- -.k "t; .Xi~' aq IA sa X1 a41'. in ,e ^i Cou
as far as respUcts'tle-legal rilui[s an'm __:_- .. .. .-- aionville, on orbe h -
bilitics ofthe '',-ri'n.l. ;.,'e^4-j . nnary, A. '., 1858, for *
All persons, iAerested will take notice, payment pro.'rata. ; -
under pain of legal liability for aliy settle- Gainsville, Ala. Co., June'i1,.186? :
meant with the said agent or attorney. ANDREW, ROB,' .-
LAWRENCE H. HENDERSON. Judge Probate, k. C.A C- ;
Ocala, Nov. 18th, 1857. 31tf June 25,'7. tf-20 -

March 2, 1S58.


^*' yor'nnonnohif *ae0 of-- Caddts for G-ln ,}6,, mos.. Qopeito with f tFLrn Ntwairmr ra? -, i ir r -* -.^ ..**. ^' **Oayratjg *^^1^^11''l'X M'~rM'f^ ^^^ n ~ '~ptiinnhte.*^t-ia^ ^ ;*'" ,.. ^ se-ns,-T~p94t~e, ^ ..
Ni~nnouncing namesnof Candidzites- orp it ?110, ao V% W
"" .o'. t .profit to be paid at ietly_.. -. "- of a more extensive nature, and ,e 1 OSTIANM RO, t/ority on Earth T-he design is, tD- wu Native .T,
S inO, $,0 .Notice. number of itseditors, its increased'sie R, ADELINEATION OF DIFFERENT assert. and maintain the trt'e character,,. : T'rR5i.-Th'.:par l
,otie'B of application forlettersf -. ALLperonsare hereby warned against and the more distant intervals at whih V Classes of Christians. '-By Rev J B position and relations of the Bible, as by 42 inches, and will
S adDmaation, A 6. & trading for a certain Note bearing date it will be issued, have all been selected JETR, with an Introductionrby Rev. A. M. thbe Mediatorial Book-the BooK OF Ptrt&o B1,nitI, .,/c
,.-i Notloes Debtors & Creditors, 7,50 about the 15thiof January, 1865, given to with a specific view to meet thebrapid- P02 ooCHRksT, distinetiv Tgith ffit % t at
*' Noticesof Fi'al Settlement, l', L H. Hendrsonfor the sum of FourHun- book should be in the handIEXTE 1 vol. 2mo. CHIST, distinciely nd iree-tinent Tt A her Lit tll th. r.e
: She riras Sal* and all other Legal ad- drad ad Seventeen Dollarsandfiftyents ly growing requirements of the philfs- s.ho. te ]yrm beginning to end--andas such, Ar a. List a "a, the
-',.. ersim wbe hirgedbylt unre, bignedby the subscriber, as principal,and ophical spirit and the demands of the illstiratesi evCry sean, s poit ..iouy not ornlv the Higher Law of any one PHIVATE BANKERS IN
sg. y pnpa i s every leading disposition. ad..
s' a t tJferate of One Dollar per square for J,W. Jeftorda, as surety, as I-have receipts increasing intelligence of the Maso0-ioo-habit of church members, through all the Nation, but the Higiest Law of all the A c.mrI.l te Sitij-niuarv
th-firtitnertion, andFifiy entsforevery for money.paid 6n said note, the amounts community. grades or phases ofundoubted piety down World. The series',will consist of ten. E, .i- -,.4,,.--, il
,+ + -+usleti~~n ,- + of which have never .been endorsed there 'il .. .. C .. .
b t insertion. of which haveneverben endorsed there- W while Masonic news will of course tp the lowest state of character that has or twelve discourses isro.: I ",Inta t .litin, tjet '' e++s.-Rti'e.: + n~ a alson, and I also hold accounts as further off- o s p toh a uo" assumed and perverted the Christian name. W Book" d t t l"s NE -" E
S: ., ,%"* Inlules : ; ".. setherto^ s gtrdinorid'ntoccupy some portion, though a subor .....- .While the "Book" derparteut shall ...... G
set thereto: a. The folowng is thneTtable ofobnteis: INTS
^- -*.-Oontta foradvertaiftgAgreeoofinedo vwill lose the amount of my demands. dinate one, of its pages, its principal ;. Living Christians; 2. Growing Chris be occupied by, the Sereons thus au- From a'n ol1,1 n, ,
,'-. e J .. ..efirte, legitimate business of the .. ,.N- S.. m object will be to invite discussion on tians; 3. Useful Christianss; 4.. Happy nounced,the "Journal" department will East, rnil 11 wh',:r,! el'-
", b'rft 6"iindcv dual 6ontiraoting. August 27t., 1857. .m sabjeots of the highest intellectual Christians;' 5. Doubting Cliri-tians: 6. Tim- present its otwn variety of briefer"'arti- It h.-ii, nevr yet
-,. ;., AUta.anttavertiepientatmustbepaid .HtRISTIAN PROGRESS. Byos harater in th'sciene and.philosophy Id Christians; '7. Indolent Cliiin-: 8. cles-3Biblical, Autobiographic,Biblio- ,il, the ,o,,.t ,|,
t-p:idn EL ox'eJAM A re by JOiN A cRrceESn. p Blheonf' sc" n constantt Christians; Flhirin le TA
fol^; :,in~adS9eWeo. A re.publication from the of Masonry, and to communicate infor- h,,rist.'in 1. Fi .v".'osh 1e graphic, Oratorical, Logical, RhetoriL ,J '-' Cu IENTAL
*i iar Advrtseeits to be paifor in Englih edition. vol, 8mo. Price, 8 nation on every topic that is calcula- Sensitive Christian.; 12. SeMoros Chris, cal, Descriptive, Instructive, &c., adap-' aL s 'l,:l,.l,.a tlie ont I
qtery intalmehts the fiAt to be paid cents. entby mail, free of posta ted to throw light on the history, the tians; 18. Obstinate Christians; 14.Spedu ted to the wants and tastes of Chris- ,. u .- Ld
"efore the advortsement i inserted -, If this work should be read as the author Ill v 'r 0 1' t t u I I t r a
reeomens the aitvrosmpont is insertmsdt a- antiquities, or the literature of the Or- lativeChristians; 15.-Covetous Christians; tia3 Families, Theological Students q!. [e..
+: '" -, +,, .; recommends, it would-prove most valua- -m lis Th oo ia Stu ) .. ..-. .. l,,un.l, The,_ I-S. t,,I':.,
ill for Jo 'Printing mut be paid on ble help to every follower of Christ. der. The republication of rare and 16. Run-Drinkig Christians; .17. Ineon- Young Ministers, and all persons who tilwoImIt tL .
-' de. 1 ery 0 'fth I w o ,'rk ;' 4. I ,..tent Chri .tian 1 t
^7 t sREYNOLDS, Sold by 0 .. R EYN:OLDS, valuable documents which hay ,, boka theseut. c ct -. feel ac interest in, a living Religious ],,. ci th, -t Eut...-rtaii
C.p fee anNOD interest inkalteecaatesaed
Oa;Florida. Ed. & Proprietor. "Ocala, Fla. hitherto inaccessible to the nmasses of Ii, t,., fait7hif ind i, u -,n Literature crd t( the Publ-c.
O e ~l a 'E d & P r p i t r "Is, i 2.s'e I l l l[, I
.1I T.LP r *., W tho fraternity in this country, accom-. a t'o ri-,ud-,c ;t hiuldly inrt,i,-l,-ti t., .nry The -B,--,K AND Jou RNL" w:tn cnn- .-- FW.'.,ih-led WOe,.k
*~ Valunable *D X &I R U KL I L panned with appropriate'critical and esx- Ch of rif ri-'.. v'rii 7.. ',--,int ty t- f ..i. l .n..m. i \ Thb back ,L ,ly, ;it l eal. A lI'
Vahuable Wor~ts for Sale, 1molr |dl~ne' .. poo pad 1:1 Ill ,, ".I... ~t- au V.,., u aKli' t,-, "
a tWOr orSae, Im porters a ird Dc ler plauatory remarkl-s, will also countitute I"E ml I -I' Ia mne cn ti b SN S. tI- ,:,,-l,
BY. .O' d W E" : j i .'- uimbers can stillbe u[,PliC.l-. ,ub- -i .; D
In Brandies, Ifrines, G.ns 4- Dome-stic a part of the plan. In short, every FaI.. i. ihes Ire opinmn- mn cinstaitly.- Ptil'lkh. mil
F 0 W L R & W E L L S, Liquors ; Havana A .'me.icant thing the study of which is necessary I,.Priie--'L,/' r i e,:, ,-, Ditrt Stnrt, N, York. i
'~~~~~~ Priee- -a D o//.tl (i y -ro'/' a .Din,;t : t e:t ,.v ,,l;
*' No. 808 Broadway, New York Cigars; Family Groct-ies, -c. to constitute a bright and intellec-tual Tot Ho.Io,-a1dJdu.mA s H C/.,nd/'. .,m' ,:. Agents allowed o ite-fturth.
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A NY of the following Important- Works No. 3, Bryan Stt-et, Mason. will be admitted into the pages Jw of Pr.U.t, tr r C,:nntj Thm -BIBLE TIIM ES"--a nmall. 6OC-IL 'I S"_T,
.' A ll'be sent by the first mail, Postage- West of Market Squaie, of the "' Q-arterly." of I-o.',., : St oelt ,; th le/v'eei t (
Free, tdanyPost-OfflceintheUnitodStatos, U SAVANNAH GA. The claim for so high a position and THE ,,, Bile interest; au,, m showing thei .,i .t.. t le Bible tm, ., levnte.l th Di,,, /,Ol
o on receiptofprice: n July 10, 186. n6-y te promise of so much to be aecomp- l tae ( 'I ...,-t, ,'t .i,; rgrss o the tcase in which the d cLE G LCHARLES, atlt
'"*- .' F .l WO ITET .-A newPocket Man- -!I":E CRO$S. By Rev. R.B. C. HoB0 tJ listed, migbt well be ndeemedl an in- ,:,mt'r, ty.. .-,,tthaHCt te B.;, w-e .w Rhymes." l.. mo.
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,TO TALK ; Or, Hints Towards a ,rmail cets, l ll i i ilii t,: law ir .,i_..hi, Addt s T.H. ST(6)C'KTON, ,.h: .'t,, t i, ., '
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i~in'ii t'-r f ri:, id, tlie R ,s .B. M. Sun-
,&oi It was i ,:r..> uieti i.l, ftor publlication
I, V >- th Bl.ti- tiIt 'n i duh ,f thlat Stiate.-
It,, .i tho,, t j, ...:i eni.' of l.i.:..ra;,hy
whi.lJ h-,l ... 1|,J e .1A e lt. re in or10hr t,, -;ha0t

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W ith a 1-,.rlI.-it. [' :30,..., ', _,, t-.. etl. J
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C. S. lREYNr'_LD-S, -
Sl'1.4s OehJ la, Fla. -

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a1vI I.' : i- a v,:.rv itr t-:,rtant jti.wo r !Zitl Ic
S.l W.i t:t.. wil1t w ,.lih wt uil vii able -
Int IN,ett>-r to un.,-itietaa,_ tie 'Law and.'
thl- I.;op ],' at, d to: ,.-otr,:h-i,,l the Pftri-
.r.,i.hal. th,:J..,:wi-h, a.,1 th'e : fhri-tian eeou-
*,vmy. MlI.i i vil arc now pI-ra:ti.ed hy
t -.: l....rI... i the 'hriitiarn "ilueL .,:a'Pse
tiI.- Iarov- ii -t.. al'e not bett, 1 1 ti iih r.t-stod.
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*'. . REYNuLDS, 1
I''t f (Ocla, Fla.

Picollata amid St. A.lilgii|ie.
is hereby in-,i .*
foruned that tl is /i,,, --'i
Las a sufficient number of good light -
stb.,tantial Carriages good,. car,,<. ,
Drivers, firmly resolved to give sati'-.>
tion, otherwise no pay will be exp 3eW .
Pers.ntjal attention and care of the -Mal. .
.amt'iers will be paid to ensure aCiOek:'
transportation of Passengers and their
Baae to and from St. Augustine.-
Also ofallpackagesdirected to the line.
The ick will be attentively cared for.
Phis Line, as a matter of course, con-
uect. with all the Mail Boats from Sa- .
vainah aud Chaleston on every Sunday
aFnd Monday, Wednesday and Thurp-
dlays. Also with the steamer Darli'-
;on ou her upward and dowimward t'ipa
froui LakeloMonroe. Will also oonbeet
with whatever Boat may ply.'on the
River St. Johtjs.
:"-- Office opposite the Post Offoe>-.
,$'. Aqt/tiiai/e. .
Jahtiary 22,-:1 357. tf .

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Oct. .2;13-tf-
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