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JOSTS S. BASOLTOS, JAKES J. 1HAXX03,
HAMILTON, POWEB & CO.,
PfBtISHEB.8 AND PROPRIETORS
JAJIBS JT. SIIAW.TOW, Editor,
TEEMS:
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tdc 110.00; hilyerlv, 5, ; quarterly 3,00.
Wekiy, per accum, H ; half yearly 12,00;
RATES OF ADVERTISLNQ.
Transient advertisement (!rt Insertion, 1,W;
each subsequent insertion, 75ct. per square.
All business notices of advertisements to be
charged twente cents por Line; if more than one
square, ten cents per line, each Insertion.
Legal notice not exceeding one square, Including
proof of publication ', ', if paid in advance. If the
money is not sent with the advertisement, 910,00
wilt be charged. No proof of publication made
until the advertisement is paid for.
Ail tran:ent advertisement moat be paid for in
advaooe.
All bills with regular advertiser shall be ran-
ered monthly
Ofldal JearnMl ef the City sf J sit !.
OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE STATE
OfIllal Journal fur Hie Publi
cation or the I.atvw oT the
I lilted Main.
.TAGHIS-IO.N'. :IIf!S.
Welne,lay
May 30. 106
JFsT In a rrc-fi.t cbsc of pol-oning,
in New Orleans, tlic jury brought in
the very Kingtrltir venlict of "man
slaughter." - Sal --fc-- vW
ir We find the following "Ciliary"
item in our i-.e!i.uitr-s :
There are .-hM to !e m-vi-iiU-wi inan
ufactorifs of :i,tT colhirs in New
England. Younjr kulios are almost
exelu-i V(I v (wii:if in the manufac
ture, anil cat-li one, it in rt'joried,
inakt s about a thousand collars a l:iy.
Otlio. fx Kiiir of Cy, !( c, is trans-,
latin? the IIial into (ierrnan. Exdi.
Ami an Enirii-li Lord has recently
ihuie it into English. "(), Homer,
Homer, how art thou translate! !"
JCiT A tragedy has he( n brought
out in Paris entitle,! Tlic Life ami
Death of Abraham Lincoln," of which
some of the jiajiers have jitiblished a
synopsis. That's all very interesting,
but we shouM like to know how the
French pronounce ' Lincoln," and if
so, how they spell it.
I'iT MrMaster, the tditor of thy
Fireman's Journal, ma, lea speech to
the New York car drivers during their
strike. Among other things he said :
Driving cars is skilled labor, and we
are convinced of this when we see the
bad attempts which the newly impor
ted Yankees make at it. They seem
to imagine that they have two cod
fishes before the car which they are
earnestly endeavoring to draw in.
jT-ff "Now comes the tug of war,"
as the Confederate sc outs, lying am
bushed under the bank, said when an
firmed tow boat hove in Miiht.
Tvi'oouAcui' ai. IYzzi.k. Who can
solve it? The command to a servant
was: "If the Hint put:" To which
the servant replied : How can I put:
where there is such a-der?"
Wc translate it thus : '-If the grate
be empty, put coal on." "How can
I put coal on, where there is such a
high fender V"
A United States soldier, while racing
his horse through the streets of Kich
moiid, Va., struck his head against a
tree, breaking his neck.
If it had been a mare the story
would be intelligible; but who can tell
whether the horse was killed or the
soldier? I.y the way, how many dif
ferent kinds of soldier? are there in
Richmond? m
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Jt-fT" Another communication from
Agricola has been received, and will
appear to-morrow.
One of our exchanges advertises a
Pleasure Shooting Gallery. Its habit
tiees probably "shoot pleasure as it
flies." Pop.
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X-iT The exports of specie from
New York, during the week ending on
the 20th of May. were .$$.703,293.
Add the amount for last week, and we
have aJiout seO.Ooii (iimi exported in
two weeks.
A paragraph in one of our ex
changes, copied from the Florence
Gazette, says that the new iron bridge
over the Tennessee, at Decatur, w ill
be 15,000 feet long. Isn't that rather
a stretcher ?
-t? We remember a suggestion
that the parable of the ten virgins, five
of whom were wise and live were fool
ish, refers not to individuals but to ag
gregate bodies; that as the bride
must symbolize a church, the brides
maids also must be understood to be
churches. The view struck us as a
sensible one, and we think our read
ers, on perusing the account of the
proceedings of the Northern Presby
terian Church at St. Louis, will con
clude that they have got on the track
of one of the five foolish virgins.
James Parton is engaged in writing
a biography of Voltaire.
What a curious mess must the brain
be of the biographer of Andrew Jack
son, Horace Greeley, Aaron Burr,
Beast Butler and Voltaire! He ought,
for his next subject, to take the life of
Fanny Fern, then take his own, and so
dry up.
W All the old world is now on the
rampage, except England, which is on
the panic, and Pussia, which is on the
Amoor.
The last dressing for the hair is the
"Stephens Pomade." ' It is a Head
Seenter.
We find the following in the
Verona Times, but it is not stated
whether County Court reports are to
be a "regular feature" of the paper:
Exercise in Pausing. Sentence
County Court. Count- Court is a com
mon substantive agreeing with self
interest, and governed by five dollars
a day. (understood) in the plural num
ber and always in the objective case,
according to rule lMit?. The bigger
the fool the better the luck.
Hon. J ohn Ross, principal chief
of the Cherokee Nation, is dea3.
A Paris paper announces that "An
American, one G. Peabody, who has
just died in London, has left 60,000,
OOOf. to the London poor."
; This mistake is the most excusable
one we ever heard of. The sixty mil
lion part being accepted as true, who
would have thought that the man was
still alive ?
Why, are the milk venders of the
cities like Pharaoh's daughter ? Be
cause they get a little prqfit out of the
water. Exchange. ; " , -
Why are they unlike f Because they
get a great profit out of the water.
Jail BreakingThe Penitentiary.
We see by the Natchez Democrat of
the 24th, that on the preceding Tues
day evening, nine prisoners succeeded
in breaking out of the jail of Adams
county, five of whom, were under sen
tence of ten years each in the State
Penitentiary. The editor of the Demo
crat states that his "attention has been
called to the fact, that much blame is
attached to the Superintendent of the
Penitentiary and other officials at Jack
son for not removing the prisoners, as
they have been repeatedly notified of
the insecurity of our jail," and that
'Sheriff Hunter has several times
written to Jackson, urging that those
who are to be removed, should be
immediately sent for, as the condition
of the jail was such that they were
not secure."
If the writer in the Democrat were
acquainted with the facts in the vase,
he would see that lio blame could be
attached to the Superintendent of the
Penitentiary and other oflicials at Jack
son. The Penitentiary is now full,
and until further accommodations are
provided by the Legislature, the courts
may convict, but the several counties
must provide for the safe keeping of
culprits, or turn them loose again up
on society. The pitiable sum of tweii'
ty-five thousand dollars was appropri
ated for the rebuilding of an institu
tion that cost about two hundred thou
sand. The money has been judicious
ly and economically expended, and
provision has been made for the safe
keeping of about one hundred convicts.
But there the work has to stop ; and.
in the meantime offenders against the
law are being sentenced to the Pcni
ten'i-irv, as though that was an inti
tntion of unlimited capacity. The mat
ter as it stands, is a farce, and suggests
the conclusion that either the laws
should be repealed or thf Penitentiary
abolished.
I'rom Our 'Old .Man' t'orre-peiulent.
Hoi.mks Co., Miss., May 2-1, T6.
Editor Clarion and Standard: Sup
posing you would not object to
having a few lines from the old coun
ty of Holmes, I will attempt to supply
you with some of the news of this re
gion, and I presume you would like to
know how wc have gotten along here
with the veatltcr, the consequent con
dition of the crops, freedmen's labor,
Ac.
About two weeks, or a little more,
ago, the clouds were broken and scat
tered ; the sun came out and sent joy
and gladness to many a farmer's heart.
Since then we have had no more rain.
The grass is being gradually killed
out and the fields begin to look up.
Corn, in the low grounds, is changing
its hues from a sickly yellow, to a liv
ing green, and the cotton now stands
out in lold relief from the burrs and
weeds which have hitherto concealed
it. The 1'reedmen, who have generally
made most excellent contracts, are
working as w ell as they ever did. Of
course, you will find some here and
there, who will not work. Generally,
however, they are surpassing the ex
pectations of the most sanguine,
though every person feds that they
do not take that interest in preserv
ing things which they used to do.
they don't seem to be at home now.
Speculation as to their future is en
tirely useless. They may work an
other year as they have this, but most
of them, who are really good workers,
will settle down upon a piece of land
their own, either here or somewhere
where the laws are lessjstringent With
a COW, a pig, and the jmrt of a orse,
they will live.
The law in legardto such matters
must sooner or later become a dead
letter. If the- are free, no law can
bind them to continue to labor for
others, it matters not how much to
their advantage it may be.
Those of us who have been receiving
the Standard or the Clarion in these
parts hitherto feel that we are gainers
by the L'nion. "In union there is
strength," and in this case we think
the adage has proved true. We have
likewise an improvement in size and
amount of reading matter.
We have no military in our county:
we have no radical furniture here
such as bureaux and the like ; and I
believe we get along just as well as
those places which have the hand
somest and most elegantly finished
patents just from the Radical Con
gress.
We suffer some inconvenience for
the want of postmasters. At Durant
there are none who can conscientious
ly take the test oath ; we have some
gentlemen there who attend to the
business en amateur. Put that is an
important point. The Lexington
mail, and consequently the mail for
the west of the county, is put oil' there.
Hence we need one whose business
it is to attend to it. who is author
ized and sworn to do his duty. It is
to be hoped that pernicious restriction
w ill be removed. Every good and
honest man in the South, with rare ex
ceptions, was engaged voluntarily at
one time or another, in the service
of the Confederate States, and of
course they will not take the oath.
There might be found among the
blacks some who could take the oath
and yet they cannot read and write.
Perhaps the framers of the oath had
an eye to securing these positions for
their colored friends, but yet they
have not supplied them with books
nor teachers. But we presume the day
is not far distant when our brother
loving, philanthropic, negro-worshippers
will elevate cuffee to his proper
position, not on an equality with the
whites, but far above ; for pray tell
me, is a poor, deluded rebel to be
compared w ith a good and loyal col
ored brother ?
By the way, we have learned the
meaning of loyalty for a Southern
man : to venerate Mr. Lincoln's mem
ory above that of all men living and
dead; to hate Jeff. Davis with an in
domitable hatred ; to desire the dis
franchisement of all rebels ; to elevate
the negro to every position of honor;
to confess that Thad Stevens it Co.
have a right to do all the thinking
for everybody ; and that no one iias
any right to any political faith save
that which he promnlges. Ain't it
about so, think 3011 ?
, More anon. O. M.
tW In another column of this paper will
be found the advertisement of Mrs. Wins
low's Mystic Pills and Queen Hair Restorer.
The name of Mrs. Winslow should disjxd all
doubt in th mind of every father, mother,
sou aDd daughter, that these medicines are
worthy of a trial. hich is all that the pro
prietor asks. Buy, use and be convinced,
and give ns credit for tLe truth of the asser
tion, that they are indispeusible in a family.
Cav-rios. Those using the Red Jacket
Bitters are warned to beware of impositions
and counterfeits. The proprietors are doing
their utmost to protect the public against
counterfeits. Each bottle has a private U.
S. Bevenfie six cents stamp over the cork,
'and the proprietor's name, Bennett Pieters
Jt Co., blown in the glass of the bottle.
For the Clarion and Standard.
Reminiscence of the Second Battle of
Frederickshnrg.
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SOI.OS L WHITTIGTOS.
The brigade, (Barksdale's,) to which
I belonged, was posted the night of 2d
of 3IayriS63, upon the heights iu rear
of the city of Fredericksburg. G eneral
Hooker had begun his " on to Rich
mond" movement, and Gen. Lee had
moved to Chancellorsville to thwart
him. We were left to prevent Genera!
Sedgwick from crossing the river at ;
Fredericksburg, and advancing upon
Lee's rear ov the Orange C. H. and
Fredericksburg plank road. General
Earl v' s division was to support us. i
But I am not going to attempt to give
a detailed account of the battle, or the
manoeuvering of the forces.
The 13th Mississippi was stationed
at the Howerson House; the 17th five
hundred vards to the left, at the foot
of Lee's Hill; the 18th at Marye's
Heights, and the 21st two hundred
yards to the left. This was the posi
tion at day-dawn on the 3d.
It was not yet light, when the enemy
began to pour their iron hail upon us,
from the hills across the river and the
valley around us. The whole earth
seemed in a blaze, while the howl of
the shells, and the dull "whirr" of the
grape, w ere continuous. When it be
come lighter, the whole country ap
peared to be covered with men, in blue,
and batteries were as thick as leaves in
Vallombrosa.
Upon Lee's Hill we had a batter;
stationed ; the enemy concentrated their
fire upon it as soon as it was perceived.
Our General's headquarters were there
also. All of the stall' and the artille
rists had ensconced themselves behind
the earth work which crowned the hill,
while stragglers from the bomb-proof
department's, that had collected there
with a hope of viewing the battle from
afar, were suddenly reminded of im
portant business at the wagon-yards,
that needed their attention. But there
M;ls (,n( a private whose noble,
manly soul knew not what it was to
dread that death which "docs make
cowards of us all." I think I see him
now, in his position of peril; upon the
work ; on the lookout for the advance
of the enemy. He was repeatedly ad
vised by his friends ( the writer among
other ) to seek a more secure posi
tion. He had been directed to keep
the General (who was at the time on
another part of the line,) advised of
any movement of the enemy. He
knewfW w as the place for reconnois
ance ; he felt that a soldier's first duty
was to obey orders ; and he scorned
that safety "which could be had only by
the negligence of duty. Every mem
ber of his company will bear witness
that he did (' duty, upon every march
and in every fight ; at Manassas,
Leesburg. Malvern Hill and Sharps
burg, at "First Fredericksburg and this
his last.
Just as he was about to be relieved
a shell bursted in his front, and a frag
ment entered his forehead : he fell up
on the bosom of his native South;
his last act one of devotion to her.
"There was no tree about the place.
So 'nith the fortress shade
We carried liim,and carefully,
I'pou the red earth laid."
Thus died one of Mississippi's
bravest soldiers ; Solon L. Whitting
ton, Co. B. 17th Miss. Vol., acting as
courier to l.tn. uarksdaie. nau ne
lived he would have been one of the
shining lights of the State. At the
age of twenty-one, by his own exer
tions in his chosen profession, (that
of printer,) he had risen to be editor
of one of the leading journals of North
Mississippi. He now sleeps in the
cemetery at Fredericksburg, Va No
tomb marks his resting place ; but his
memory will ever be cherished by his
comrades. L. H. B.
X& The following exquisite piece
of word-painting is from the brush of
the higely imaginative local of the
Mobile Register and Advertiser. Who
shall say that we have no Southern lit
erature ?
Old Mary Jackson is never sober ex
cept through some unavoidable and un
foreseen accident. She is such a regu
lar guest of the calaboose that her plate
and name has lately been nailed on the
door of her cell. She no sooner gets
discharged from one ' drunk and
down " than she strikes petroleum at
the nearest grocery and goes in again
under a steady pull. Yesterday Mary
put her mug to the mouth of a stone
jug of calamity water, and kept it there
until she retrograded to a state of su
perb indifference as to when and how
she was going to put her next best foot
forward. Mary was evidently looking
with anxious solicitude for the bridge
of her nose which she appeared to have
lost, when the policeman hooked on
to her arm. This made Mary very in
dignant, and she took a seat suddenly
on the back of her head, while her feet
flew around like a pair of threshing
flail-
With the aid of six policemen,
Mary was carried to the station house,
followed by a long procession of
darkeys, boys and barking dogs. This
morning the policeman thus poetically
described the condition in which he
found Mary :
'No useless colli 11 enclosed her breat,
Xor in sheet nor in shroud we wound her :
Hut she lay like a dead duck taking her rest.
With her skirticoats scattered arouud her.
The court made out a bill of S3, in
cluding the scattered crinoline, and
Mary went up to work it out
t3f Ha villi; lot our way in the depths of
Kansas, iu the spring of ltCl, we espied a
lone cabin in a grove, at some distance from
the road, and going thither, we found the
whole family, some out of bed and some in,
shaking violently, as we thought, with chills,
except such portiou as were burning up with
fever : but the old man stoutly denied that
they had any chills "thar," but "over thar to
Jim Keeiiau's, a matter of rive mile away,
they deou shake powerfully." Thus does
"Providence temper the wiud to the shorn
Lamb," thought we, for if their bodies are
sorely afflicted, their imaginations at least
are buoyant and jocund, to take such a bold
flight : and you know '"the spirit in which
we act is the highest matter ;" but even bet
ter than this hallucination, would it have
leen, to have cured these poor unfortunates,
bodily of the thills, which could have been
accomplished in "24 hours, by One Dollar
Box of " Spooner's Anti-Fever and Ague
Pills." To be had of any Druggist.
We learn that a large number of
freedmen concerned with the Metho
dist church, who feel that they
can neither affiliate with the religious
institutions under-the patronage of the
Freedmen's Bureau, nor with the
Methodist church North, have organ
ized themselves into an association for
the purpose of building a church of
their own. They contemplate buying
a lot and putting up a suitable edifice
as soon as they can raise the requisite
sum of money So far they have kept
aloof from their sable brothers who
have.become Yankeeized and follow
the teachings of Messrs. Neely, Hamil
ton. Dormau, and other ministers of
the Mobile conference in preference.
Mobile Tribune.
"Colored Men Exclvded from
Boston Theatres." The theatrical
managers have combined to keep col
ored men out of the places of amuse
ment, notwithstanding the recent law
on the subject As only a nominal
fine is imposed for breaking the law,-
and their licenses are not affected by
the exclusion, they think they can suc
cessfully resist the" law."
The important question arises un
der this state of facts, whether the
State of Massachusetts is entitled to
representation in Congress, when such
outrageous conduct is tolerated in
Boston. On. CommereiaL "
BY TELEGRAPH.
R. p.nrj Eiprewlffsr the Daily Claris
mmd Staaard'
DEATH OF LIEUT. GEN. SCOTT.
Congressional Proceedings.
MOVEMENTS OF MR. DAVIS COO'SEL.
Speedy Trial or Bail to be Demanded.
TOK..tOO AT UO.EUAtli. PES".
CONGRESS HALL. SARATOGA, BURNED'
The Kreaek Aoaoag Ike Fraian,
National Union Conclave at Baltimore.
THE. WINNER OF THE DERBY'.
LATER MEXICAN NEWS.
E DA V ItTFK frm MVKKHOOl,
FOREIGN AM) DOMESTIC MARKETS.
Wjcst P0111T, May 29. Lt. Gen.
Scott died at 11 o'clock this morning.
Washington, May 2Sth. In the
JHouse resolutions were adopted,
directing the Secretary of the Treasu
ry to report the amount of gold sold
since the 1st ; at what rates, and what
agents were employed therefor.
Mr. Williams submitted a preamble
and resolution requesting information
from the President, whether any em
ployees of government, in the South
ern States, have offered public honors
to dead or living Confederates. Mr.
Nicholson objected, and the resolu
tion was laid over.
Mr. Stevens introduced a bill declar
ing that the States lately in rebellion,
have forfeited their rights under the
constitution, and can lie reinstated in
the same only through the action of
Congress. It provides that they may
forni valid governments, the present
ones lieing continued for municipal
purposes, until they shall be duly al
tered ami their executives and legisla
tures recognized. Constitutions are to
be formed by conventions and sub
mitted to the people, a majority
of whom is necessary for ratifica
tion. All male persons above twen
ty one years to vote. No constitution
to be presented for Congressionul
sanction, which denies civil rights to
any person. The bill was committed
to Committee of the Whole on the
State of the L nion. Mr. Stevens ilso
olferred a resolution instructing the
Committee on Pensions, to report a
bill doubling the pensions of the Fed
eral soldiers of the civil war.
Mr. Stillwell offered a resolution di
recting the committee to report on ex
tending the provisions of tlic pension
laws to Provost and Deputy Marshals
and enrolling officers killed or disa
bled. He declined to modify it so as
to make it one of inquiry, and it was
adopted by yeas 63 nays 33.
Mr. Whaley offered a resolution di
recting the Committee on Printing to
report a bill limiting the hours of la
bor of the employees in the Govern
ment printing office to 8 hours per
day, which was rejected.
Mr. Lynch from the Committee on
Banking and Currency reported ad
versely to exempting the currency of
State Banks outstanding on the 1st of
July from the tax of 10 per cent, im
posed by law. Laid on the table.
During the debate Saturday. Mr.
Stevens referred to a recreant and
apostate Senator, being understood to
mean Mr. Doolittle, of Wisconsin.
A general Court Martial, Gen. Au
gur President, convened to-day to try
Lieut. Col. Paulding for depositing
Government funds in the Merchants'
National Bank.
Washington, May 28. The Sen
atorial caucus on reconstruction is re
ported in session to-day, but the pro
ceedings are secret. They will not con
sent to the section disfranchising the
South until 1870. This is believed to
be the occasion of the caucus.
Charles O'Conor and George Shea,
counsel for Mr. Davis, left for New
Y'ork this evening. They were in
consultation with Mr. Davis most of
yesterday. They say they found him
in better health than anticipated, and
although worn from long confinement,
in possession of his honest faculties,
and alive to the important issues in
volved in his , trial. They said they
only obtained permission to visit him
after many futile attempts during the
last year.
It is stated that they will demand
an immediate trial, or if the Gov
ernment asks a postponement, which
is possible, they will demand hi im
mediate release on bail, lie is ready
to give to the amount of ten millions
bail.
Washington May 29. The tax bill
which passed the House contains a
provision for an export duty on cot
ton of five cents on eaeh pound. By
direction the War Department will
refund the amount collected by N. T.
J. Dana as a military tax of two dol
lars per bale 011 cotton at Memphis,
Tennessee. Restitution will be made
to the parties from whom the amounts
were collected, their legal heirs or
properly constituted attorneys, or
present relatives of the same.
The Department of State learns
from the United States Minister at
Paris that if naturalized citizens of
this country liable to to conscription
in France but for their naturalization,
will report to the Maire of the dis
trict in which their names are en
rolled, producing evidence of natural
ization as citizens of the United
States. Their names will probably be
erased when requested.
Philadelphia, May 28. A- terrific
tornado, at Honesdale, Pa., swept over
the borough last evening. The great
bridge spanning the Lackawanna at
Sixth street, was lifted bodily from
the foundation, and fell into the river
a mass of ruins. A large number of
barns, outhouses, etc., were demolish
ed ; trees and sticks of timber filled the
air, flying like shigles. The course of
the tornado was from west to east,
thence south and finally towards the
northwest. No lives were lost
New Y'okk., May 29. Congress hall
Saratoga, was entirely destroyed by
fire this morning. Small portions of
the furniture were saved. Loss 200,
000. No other hotel was injured.
The controversy of the Fenian lead
ers continues. President Roberts had
an interview with Stevens, who re
quested him to discontinue his move
ment against Canada. Roberts re
plied that he was determined to per
sist ; he meant fighting. Stevens ask
ed him to desist 30 days, but the prop
osition was declined. The leaders are
now openly opposed to each other.
Baltimore, May 29. The Execu
tive Committee of the National Union
party met this morning. Montgome
ry Blair, P. M. PurnlL and other
prominent persons were present Res
olutions excluding reporters, pass
ed, and the proceedings were conduct
ed in private.
St. Louis, May 2S.-The New School
General Assembly provided for the" ap
pointment of a committee of fifteen to
consult with a similar committee of the
Old School Assembly, on the subject
of organization and re-union.
Foreign.
New Y'ork, May 2S. The Derby
was won by Lord Lyons, brother of St
Albans. Twenty-four horses start J.
Washington, May 28. San Fran
cisco advices say that the Mexican
Consul has received an official dispatch
of May 16th, from Mazatlan, stating
that Cluriaa attacked the garrison at
Acanacollo on the 4th, and after a
bloody struggle enptured and pillaged
the town. An imperial reinforcement
subsequently arrived, fcUieci zuj lib
erals, and drove away the balance.
Mr. Amisa, a Grecian citizen, and R.
D. Gonzales who refused to give the
liberals forty thousand dollars, togeth
er with 13 Americans were cruelly
murdered. The Imperialists defeated
Canova at Sinaloa, kiLling IS. Several
wealthy families have arrived at San
Francisco, flying from the liberal lule.
Published accounts declare that in an
attr on Hermosillia the Liberals
muVfe-red 35 foreigners and fifty cit!
zens who assisted in defending the
town. Letters corroborate the state
ment of forced contributions by the
Liberals. jThe town was pillaged and
women were violated.
The population of Sonora is rising
to avenge the wrongs perpetrated by
the literals.
. mmcrciI-
Father Point, May 29. The str.
David has arrived with Liverpool
dates to the 17th and lth. Cotton
after some fluctuations closed at last
week's quotations. Sales of the week
60,000 bales. Friday's sales fi.000,
closing dull and unchangeel. Bread
stuffs were dull. Consols S7j''! 7.
U. S. 3 20"s 6G(Ti66J. The bullion of
the Bank of England had decreased
32.000. Reserved notes had in
creased 425,000.
Washington, May 2$. The New
York Bank statement shows a de
crease in deposits of $8,500,000.
New Y'ork, May 28. A sharp de
cline in Erie stocks is reported, based
on an apprehended ca'l for a meeting
of directors to-morrow. The stock
was at 62 J at the second board. Ru
mors of trouble, and over issue are
darkly hinted. There is increased fc
tivity in petroleum and mining stocks
to-day, with a general advance in pri
ces. Providence Rhode Island advices
etate the sales of printing cloths during
the week at 315,000 pieces, under an
advance of 2(2 3e. per yard.
New York, May 2$ Noon. Cot
ton steady at 4ir13c. Gold 37A.
Bilkers' sixty days sterling dull at 9i.
LonsviLLE, May 2$. Leaf tobacco
advanced 011 all grades. Flour, su
perfine $$; extra 89 25; family 811 -75.
Pork 831. Bacon shoulders
14c. ; clear sides 19c; sugar-cured
hams 23. Lard 22c. Corn 70c
Oats 47c" Whiskey 2 21.
Cincinnati, May 28. Flonr unchang
ed and quiet ; superfine 89 25 ; extra
$10 50(U1 25; family 811 50(n 12 25.
Wheat rather dull : a good demand
for lower grades. Corn higher, 60fu
70c. Oats firm at 50c. PoVk 831 50
(a,32. Lard active ; sales 2,100 tier
ces at 22c. Total sales of pork 1,800
bbls., including 500 bbls. on an order
for New Orleans. Bulk meats 12J(i?
17c. Bacon 14 J (a 19c. Cotton quiet
at 37;i 39c. for middling.
St. Louis, May 28. Cotton heavy.
Flour and wheat inactive and unchang
ed. Corn iu favor of buyers, 65(V' 74.
Oats steady at 4145c. Pork quiet
and unchanged. Bacon shoulders
14c ; clear sides 19J. Whiskey quiet
at 82 20.
Nev Y'ork, May 29. Cotton quiet
at4042c Gold3ta. Exchange quiet :
GO dars 9.V. Texas wool 20 t25c.
Hov Much Pork, from a Bushel of
Corn ? A correspondent from the
Prairie Farmer answers this question
as follows :
A series of carefully conducted ex
primen ts have established the follow
ing rale on the subject : A bushel of
good vuw, ground, dry corn, fed to a
middling good breed, in comfortable
quarters without much sun and not al
lowed to root, and before cold wcath
cr will produce 12 pounds of pork.
and it the breed is very good l-. 1 he
same amount of fermented corn meal,
one-half more, and if cooked also,
about three-fourths more than the first
named ; hence, it is easy to find how-
much pork should bring so a to cor
respond with the price of corn. Take
for instance, raw corn, the most com
mon way it is fed ; pork at five cents
per pound is equal to corn at fifty
cents per bushel, and so on, anove or
below, in the same ratio. Exchange.
ST. I.OriS MARKET.
Wkiinksuav, May
incox y lb 10 (,c
HKANS l'rime a choieeybti.fi 75 2
BKAV New sacks y W0 Ifcs " w
M'TTER Choifc vel y D -B U
K KESK--New y It. 1'S .
couv y tin- ,is
CfiKN MEAL-Kiln diicly bbl. 4 (
COTTON . y Tt -s ("
WilKP APl'LES y bu. 4 i0 (' 4
DKIKI l'E.Vt llES y bu. 0 00 ;
FLoUK Superfine y bbl. C v. 1
Extra y bbl. S T-V14
GUNNIES y b:ur 242
HAMS Plain ug. cur.y tb - (r
II A Y Timothy . . . V ton 13 now U
i, it D ." . . y it, ''.(,'
1 kui y loott.s s st2,((
OATS . y bu. 4J
I'ollK-M.-s, y bbl. (,'"1
P0TAT0F.S .. y bu. 1 o.-. id
WHISKEY y gal. 2 19 -
ii'
no
To
2S
is
75
V
:15
f,n
50
IKI
00
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it
50
21
4i
en
15
20
MAKE YOUR CWN SOAP,
By Savins ami Using yonr Waste lipase.
111V ONE liOX OT TI1K
Peunntilwinia Salt Manufacturing Co'x
S A P O iV I FIE A,
OH CONCENTRATED I.Yi-:.
It will make 10 pminda of exrell-ut bird Snap, or
25 gallon of the very bent soft Soap, for only about
35 cents. Every housekeeper nhonlil bave it .tor
washing clothes, scrubbing tioors, cleansing pants.
4 c Everv printer should have it for cleansing
tvpe 1'ut up in sheet iron boxes with accompany
ii'ie direction. For ale at all iH-ug nl Grocery
RUire.
.1. MEAD & CO..
105 &. 100 Chart res Street, New Oilcans.
Wholesale Agents for the South.
May dim.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
ALE ! ALE ! ! ALE ! ! !
ALAFOE supply, best quality, fust weired and
for sale bv the barrel, on r asouable terms.
A. MIAZZA.
May 30, lHT.tf.
GEORGE W. SWANS,
A T T O R V E Y AT I W
JACKSON. MISS.
Mav 30. dtf.
NOTICE.
All persons indebted to the Clarion office, are re
quested to close up their accounts to date. Pay
ment shculd be mado to the undersigned
SHANNON, HAMILTON CO.
May 15 dlw
DURYEE & JAUUES,
MAXCFATCRERS OF
FUR AND WOOL HATS,
BY THE CASE.
Aso Jobbers and -Wholesale Dealers In
II A. T &$ , C -A. 1 S$
AND
t i- a w- Goods,
Xm O and 6G Llspcnard Street,
( First Door from Broadway. )
NEW YORK.
tPTACTORY Newark, N. J.
Jehail Read, late George W. & Jehial Re.l
lay 27 daz.
i..' II TER.. J. LTOX
MYER A LI O N,
TTKoUtaU Dealert in
GROCERIES, GERMAN FRUTS,
LIQUORS, WINES, CIGARS, Ac.
South West Corner Water & Couti Streets,
April !3d6m MOBILE, ALA
' HURXTHAL, BRUCE 4 CO.,
Xo. 29 Water Street No. 29
Are saw reeeiTing s tall asortent of
I R O X,
' -!-- Lihrwim JJloet and in Store,
PLOWS, fHOES. TRACES, NAILS, CASTINGS,
Asid a General Stock of
HARDWARE, CUTLERY, Etc'
To which taa atteutioa of bayors btrespectfallr In
wtted. AprU14dlss
Printing: MaUtiaV for Sale.
bare for sale at this office : -
ONE POWER PRESS,
ONE JOBBER,
TWO'HAND PRESSES,
ONE PAPER CUTTER,
ONE BINDER'S PRESS,
and sev ral Fonts of Newspaper and Job Type all
in good order, but not necessary for our f uxthe r use,
owing to the consolidation of the Clarion and
Standard.
Mav 2idtt
LIME ! CEMENT ! !
TCST received, a larjre supply, best quality, wl k-h
we will furnish at lew prices, in any quantity to
suit purchasers.
Jackson. Mav -., 1?66. dim.
W AY'S
Improved Cotton lres.
V MODEL of this Press can be seen at the office
ot the Ad.it. Oeneial of the State. Itclaims to be
the cheapest, the most portable, theeasiest kept in or
dor. the most simple and the most useful press ever
ofl. red to the public 1 will sell it on such reasonable
terms, that if you want a press, you cannot tail to
invest in this one.
For full particulars, call upon the undersigned at
the oihee of the Adjutant General of the State, room
No. Capitol Building.
C. C. CAMPBELL.
uydiiu" Ajjent tor Mississippi.
LOST,
1 PKOMISOKY NOTE, made at New Orleans on
- ,1,., i,,,!. Aw nf Miwt, i.hiWI fur one tluiusand
, i,,nki, dollars by Jno H. Kennardsud K. McO. Bur-
ni-,-. pavaiilc to uiy order at the omce ot i-urennurg
Kinuard. on the 1st January. 1"6". All persons
are forewarned not to trade for said note whether
endorsed by me or not, as said note has been lost
and payment stopped.
JONES S. HAMILTON.
May ifdiw.
t a it 1? r r p , ,
- V flhe untie rsigned. on Sundav. 27th int.. two
1 mare Mules, both about 15 hands high; oneadark
Uiv or brown mule, three years old. blind in both
eves, valued at "5 (Mi. The other a light brown or
bav male, b it eve out, about ten years old. valued
at 1 5o. Both of the mules are branded on the left
shoulder w ith the letter ,,S." Ko other marks per
ceivable. Xhejiiulesare at J. B. Massie Co s Livery Sta
ble, in Jackson. The owner of the proper-y can
cine forward, prove property, pay charges and
take theni awav.
R. ,T. SIMMONS
Mav IrfiS. dlw.
T. S. WILLIAMS, J. . MOKEY,
Late ( General Sup't
N. O. J. Si G. X. R. K. Late of Misssippi.
WILLIA3IS Ac MOREY,
Xo. 5.1 St. CUAKLES STREET,
NEW ORLEANS.
Real Estate Brokers, and Agents,
For Buying. Selling or Leasing Real Estate, the
Vim base 'of I'll ntation or other Supplies. Collecting
Kent. Negotiating Loans and procuring Laborers.
niviliiitf.
I. 12 ' O I h '
LAST CLEARING SALE ! !
J. LEVOIS & CO.
Announce to the Ladies that previous to their de
parture to Europe, to purchase Novelties for the
coining season, they will sell the Contents of their
ENTIRE STOCK!
cumpmsim; :
Fr.vuh JACONETS, at iic.,
French LAWNS, at :rJ!c
French OttOAXDIES, at Vic,
making an assortment of over I. mm pieces all of
this spring's importation.
A L S t)
in cases of French OliENADINE BAKEUE,
Kielilv Embroidered in S lk, at Sue. a yard.
A L S O
A new invoice of LINEN GOOUS, of French and
Iiish make, White and all colors, for Shirts and
Dresses, at 5 c a yard.
Kain White JACONET,
CAMBRIC and NAINSOOK,
Mull TARLATANS and SWISS, in 4-4, 0 4 and S 4,
At Same Price as Before the War.
Ladies are assured that EVERY ARTICLE in the
Stock, is MARKED DOWN to similar prices.
J. LEVOES & CO.,
my'Jidtf. Comer Canal and Bourlmn Sts.
IRON.
LAWBEHE B0LL1I6 Mill,
1 RONTON, OHIO,
John II. Holcnshadc & Co.,
A 1 E NT S ,
T, : 5 ." J"mii1 Sdwt,
MEMPHIS, TENN.
11E are pleased to open trade with our old pat
W rons in the South, through our newly estab
lished Agency, JOHN" IL IIOLENSHADE Sl CO.
We propose to keep constantly 011 hand, at their
warerooms, a large and well selected st'ick of
BAR, BAND AND HOOP IRON,
WUjcli they are authorized to sell to the Trade at
MAXUFA TURERS' PRICES.
Making, as we do,
1,000 Tons of Iron a Month,
And having been known to the trade for near a quar
ter of a century, we believe that no other recom
mendation is uecessary than to say that
ALL. OCR. 1UU.V IS WARRANTED.
' Wc solicit an examination of onr
Stock.
JNO. ELLISON !t CO.
Mav i' dtf.
T1IKSB ItTTTERS ARB PREPARED IN Pl'ItH
A bourbon WhinkT, from a cotuhinwtion of T rfcent;
different kinds of roots, barks and barbs, which act io
perfwt concert one with the other. prprd from tUe
orieinal formuls given by the great chif Red Jsrk'it,
to lr. Chapin, who used them successfully ia his prac
tice for man j Tears, and by their use 0ue4 so great s
popularity in the treatment sod cure nf Dyppsiii.
Ltrer Complaint, Constipation, Sick and Servous Ifead
sch. Fever sad Arne, and alt diseases rmns from
torpid liver and indigestim. Persons suR-Tinx from
sititer ef these loathsome diseases will And a curs Mr the
use of these Bitters, which are perfectly pure and" free
from all those drugs sod poisons usually put up in sorb
preparations, and palmed off on an unsu4p-ting public.
A sinele trial will convince the moot skeptical tliat in
the RED JACKET there n a virtue that 1,0 other
Bitters possess,
They strengthen and invigorate ths svstem.
They are unequalled for general debiiilr.
They ars a curs for Dyspepsia.
They give a (rood and healthy appetite.
Ther assist digestion.
They purify the breath and aridity of tits stomach.
Tbey curs Diarrhoea and Oraiera Morbus.
Jhey ars an sntidote to Changs of water sad diet.
They are the best strmnlsnt in existence.
They ars a preventive of fever and Ague.
They relieve ComupaQtm.
They curs Nervous Headache.
They ars perfectly purs and palatable.
The genuine RED JACKET BITTERS ars only sold
la quart bottles ; never by the gallon, quart or pint
Bee that onr private Government stamp is nnbroksa
over each aerie.
Bold by ail dmgeists and dealers thronebout the
country.
Call "for Red Jacket, sad taks no other.
Circulars to ths tiade supplies oa spprication.
: . BE53SITT PIETEES & CO, '
Proprietors,
S. 16 South Second Street,
. . .; ST. LOUIS, MO
J. W. NORRIS Sc. CO.,
Wkolaaotie Areata,
- -, 52 Canal Street, .
. , New Orleans.
To Whom all nvdeve ahnnl h M.a.,i. J
AprilSndswly
MEMPHIS
AGRICULTURAL
WAREHOUSE.
t
)
MILLER & SHAW.
pi.oi'Hii'yroiis.
JAS. A. MILLLR.
LOUISVILLE, KV.
W. W. SHAW,
MEM rillS, TKNN.
KVKliV KIXI) OF
FARUIXG AM) l'LATIG
IMPMlMFsXTS
A L W A V S O N II A N I)
W E B lr Y F O Ii
A N I) S E L L F O R
ALL GOO US
AVARRANTED-
AS DESCRIBED
We promise attention to all inqui
ries anl orders, and ask, as a favor,
that
Dealers and Planters
Will send for our CIRCULAR ( de
scribing good, ) and our PRICE
LIST.
tW We claim to sell Goods at the
Makers' LIST PRICE.
Xg- TRY US.
MILLER & SHAW.
May 26, 1667. dJtwly.
WOOD WANTED.
INSPECTORS OFFICE,
' Missis3iFriPENrrevnAr,
Mac 94. 1866
Resolved. That the Superintendent ol
the Penitentiary be. and he is Hereby instructed to
receive proposals for the delivery of
1,500 CORDS OP WOOD,
at the Penitentiary, by the 1st of November next.
The delivery of the wood to commence on the loth
of June, and to be put upon the ground as speedily
a possible. Contracts to be concluded by lU
of November lrt6.
(Copv from minutes )
v- H. II. SMYTHE. Secretary.
SrrERrXTEXDEN'T'S OFFICE, 1
Mississippi I'kmtf.stiak. S
May as. l-ifi. )
In com pliance with the above Resolution of the
Board of Inspectors, I will receive, (nnti the Mb
darof June, next.) proposals for the delivery of
Fifteen Hurdred Cords of Woo.) m speeine.L
ropoeals to be m vie in writing, and addressed to
the superintendent. j DONAI.P.
May aodlw Sup dt Mi.s., 1'eut ry.
.otlce
IS hereby given that the firm of I'.riscoe.
1 Houck k Elder has been this day dissolved b
mutual consent Jno. L. Briscoe ami 5 m l). I. er
withdrawing. The business wiU lie continued at
tteold stanS ly Wm. R. Houck who ts responstb-e
for aU the debts of Briscoe, Houck & Elder, and
alone authorired to collect accounts dutJiattirm.
Fot Briscoe, Houck & Co.
Vicksburg. Mifs., Maysftnllw-
COOPER'S WELL'
I A I 1. V K X I K K S I. I N K.
SPEED 1 COMFORT! ! SAFETY!'!
Shortest and Qnifkcst Route to Cooper's Well.
RUXNTXa FROM BYRAM STATION. OX
the Xcw Orleans. Jackson and Oreat Northern
Bailroad. to Coopers Well and J-aymond. o-u-necting
there with the daily line running Iroin liv
mond to Bolton's Station, ou the Southern Railroad
This line will furnish transportation tor passen
gers, baggage, express packages or merchandise
on arrival of the morning train from Canton and
the evening train from New Orleans and 19 In
shortest road to the Well by several n"'e. M 11
are constantly employed to repair t he road and t he
Proprietors of the line intend, and will, by nute
road, stock and comfortable conveyances make i t
the shortest and most pleasant route to The e l
For proof of wUch we refer all interested, to In
man Williams, proprietor of the Well Parties
wishing take the river route to the J ell. by way
of Wksburg. will tind at Clinton, Miss., ou the
Southern Railroad, a branch of this line running to
the Well, which is the shortest route by lour nu.es
ol auy ou the Southera Kallroad.
3 W. B. McLEAN ilO,
May iC dA wlm !,.., 1.. is.
r(tX -yTMr A AS tl
C"-' -rieveseew
Wi - iA..j ' 4 :.!
rfvIIK SOl'TIIKRST
BITTBKS A K 1
I
rncoinmeiiided bv the Faculty as the best rem
edy ever given U; the' Southern public lor the cure
of " Dyspepsia, and the strengthening of constitu
tions weakened or enervated by the climate. '1 hey
are free from adulteration or powerful drugs or
Chemicals, and may be relied upon as of genuine
Southern manufacture.
Sold wholesale at the manufactory and depot by
tho Proprietors.
. II. I.tHI.IM aV C O.,
WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS,
:tl-i Second SlrePt.
MEMPHIS, TEXS.
Also bv all Southern merchant.
M.iv Siiilff
CITY Jala.,
4JF.AI.K1) proposals for building
new .I.iil tor
ilersii-iied. the l'lllMluir Committee on behall 'of the
a7tl
Il he City of 'Jackson ;ll be received by the on
Board of Mayor and Aldermen, until Monday t'.,e
Jth day of June next at lii o , !( U. M . accoiding to
the plau and specilications which may he seen and
examined at the Wuvor's Ofh e.
The building to be creeled on the City Hall
grounds, in rear of the llall, and to he completed at
the earliest possible time
Contractors will state at what time they will con
tract to complete the bnihling.
Proposals may lie made teielering to coutia, t for
the construction of the building an, I iron cages ,11
tite. or separate tenders may he made tor the iron
ca'es. aud the striietine ol llie j;ul respect i ,1
All mateiiars tube tin ni-heil 1 the patty 'antra, t
ing. Bond and security ill be ieiiiired of the
party whose tender shall be accepted, tor the ln,l
and faithful performance ol tin- w,ok iu all respects,
and for the completion of the I within the t :nie
that shall be prescribed at thcvvcriilion ol the con
tract. Payments will be made as the w,uk pi ogresses.
The ( oinmittee reserve to themselves the tight ot
rejecting all proiMisals.
1I()mas;i:ki;n i
Jt. Mi LAFUHLIN
1). X. BAKUOW S. )
-dt.l
Building
('oniin.ttce.
Mav vW.lsi-fi-
TI L4.M; III 'ILII.
N'kvv Oki.kan-, Miiy Htiti.
We aie still selling our entire stock of MEN'S
and BOYS'
C L,OTIIINJ,
Ft ItMSHISU OiOOOS, TIll'SKS, KTC ,
UI.(I.KALK AND RETAIL.
AT V KI:V
it i: i i' i". i) i' k i .' !' s ,
And are receiving m payment
Jjouiniana State Treasury Aocs ol pur.
I.OT ISIAXA .sT.li.- JIAK XOTKS AT I'M:
HKBC1IAMS' BANK MITES AT PAIl,
CRESCENT CITY I'.ANK. NOTES AT PAR.
t' Si 1 O ." B A X K NOTES AT 1 A It.
Bank of New Orleans Notes at Par.
OAI'.THW.WTE. LEWIS 4- STFAKT,
niv-22 dswlni. 31 ofe. 33 Camp St.
r. f. roi.ctR, I.. roi.oER, w. v. tijomab.
KOI. G E li & C O.,
Dealers iu
DABDWARE, IRON. SHIP CIIAXDLE RY
M k :V.) M-u-uzhie Street,
may kfMi-til Ktn Orleans.
NEW PROVISION STORE.
AV dour Moic Derryhrni' old Sta'iU ST A TK Si
We have just received a choice lot of Fsiuilv
llroceries, consisting of Bacon. Hams. Lard, t lour.
Corlee. Sugar, Tea, Candies, ILty. OaU. Ac, Ac
We would be pleaxed to have our old friends and
former customers, and the public generally, to give
us a call before purchasing elsewhere
11. B BATTE A CO.
Jackson. May 2 dim
SEW WIIOLKSAAK
IA1EIC v ui:.io m;,
fi'Mt Main Street, South .Side,
Ilfttcern Srcrnth $ iijhli,
LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY.
V I M.I ATI KOYlI'Y,
Wholesale Dealer in
PAPER OP ALL KIXDS,
BOSXET BOARDS,
CARD BOARDS,
ENVELOPES,
PRIJT1XG INKS, Ac, Ac,,
Having had nearly twenty years erperience in
this branch of business. I feel confident I can make
it to the interest of all persons buying Paper to ex
amine my stock before making their purchases.
I -"Orders by mail or otherwise shall receive
prompt attention. Highest market prie in cash,
paid tor rags, hemp and grass rope, Ac, Ac.
YVILLI.iM CROMEY,
Agent for the sale of
Oriental nsi.l .Miami 'Ounpowder,
No. 200 Main St., between Seventh ct Eighth,
LOUISVILLE, KY.
A full ,.r a T, j, . , ,.,
-... . D..rK.j i opoimiK, cine anu isiasung
1 owder and Safety-Fuse always on hand and for
8ale- May ,Td3m
E. L. PIEKSOX.& CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
CLO T II I IV G
and
GENTLEMEN,S FUUNLSHINCt GOODS,
No. 27 Magazine, corner of Gravier St.,
NEW ORLEANS, LA.
Rob't Geibble,
Late of Mctrrath, Tweed A Co.
W. H. Dcxn,
Formerly of W. H. Dunn t Co Mobile
ml6-3tn
MORRIS McGRAW, -
(Late McDonnel A McQraw.)
r Aoicjmle Dealer in
Ay ooden and Willow War.. Cordage of all sixes
t v., . rord?lclotl Mnes, Twfnes. Wlck-
tag. Black iaf Matches, Selves, Mats Brashes. Brooms
and Letter Papers, Envelopes, Oak and Cane,
Baskets, Houss Traps, Fish Hooks and Lines.
All kinds of Fish Net and Seins, Cork and
Cedar Ftoats, Sinkers etc.
VX-1?'' 8t- between 'l r- cnpitoalse.and Xew Levee
nhi-diin HIV OKLEA.VS.
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sell to tit rchiiiits at j.; I c , ,
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IIBEKAI. a .vsu.es i. s :.
i patron- may i-s'-c , . ,
Live.-puol.
Strict attention ,rt'fi a ' , '
'Uiifk Siihs st ii ti l r : :
Mobile. A u (Til -t '.Mil. lr-,,. '
c a l. i: 15 '!;:-
Nis. v, it 1 1 I. s.
MOl.If ! :
ll.Vl'DU Alii., t I i I.i ': i ' '.ii ,-
roi.icc. II',',-,. 77,,.'.'.
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I I ou "F ii 1 1 i - 1 1 . i ' t
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Whol
'i 1 1 I .
FLI)RECE SEli; n!i
-is caitiil:Sii - - ! . .
Mdl'.If.K. I
Oilers to the Ladies of M.,-,- ;.,, i
Reversible 1 ceil Yr.u la
We i I.'iim for th I I-.m im . .
taii'-H over any uml all . -AVi.rl.l-
It inakf1. four Iit!i; in ! si.i, '
douMc lock anl ioiihl' kv.i.i .,n
inarltiiM i:w h Htitcti ln'in .i'i..
fabric. Kvt-ry M;c(iin hm tin i.
hu'li citaliit'H tli- oj.t-: Mi-.; I
tlii'tiili wifw to li;ivp tin- VA.,-..
nlit or Ift't. to Htay :m ; t
the cinlrt ot Mt-atiM, wilijuii! t r
'tiailffUfjX the leiti;! Il (.(' st : Ii
of Htiteh to aiiotii' r. t .in i t-ad , .
Machine in in iu-tnm
'1 he needle it i iisily u--. -i.-:.
Bk iji st itchen.
Jt is almost noi-i,-h -H, ;hc1 can 1-
i neeeHHHl'j.
I tf mot ioiif are all ttoni i i t'
pet out of onier, ami i s-; v .
Ltt itter:it it.
It iu: not reotiire finei 1 1 j - -for
the upper snle tint v:li-
rvamH.orfKHi. one to more ts. I
out chaliire of needle, t m- ;
.skipping Hilt-chert.
'J lie Heiiinier is eai! a -!
anv width of hem ..emieit
ft will hem. fell, biml, ii!..'
eather aud ww ou a in?'." ,.t 1
nan iJOHprint to get oi.t ol e -life
time.
Jt in very nimple. ami
worked.
'J he takinc up of the si.i. k t :
by the irregular iumtra ii-n ! (
operation of RprItg. 1 ),
with which the Mmence ii: , w -;
cloth in uiiapproat hed m ;.i.
to otirred. to the world.
We fiimirth ea i M.i. ! i
.Sewer." w hu b guide t lie ; -.
cnUhle value, espwinliv to .
While possessing the aK.T , . ,,
tagen. the Jr lorence i t a!
with other ttN-rbM Ma-. tt: -iu..lion
will fully nubstai.t i,c
t-ii tor it, aud Justify ttie a---
it in the best Sewing M.i. f , .
We warrant every M.d ii;,-i.
for it, and to give entire n;t' i - '
written warranty, if ri .j iu :
1 Agents wanted t-n-i . i
MiHHiKMippi, w it h w bom i. ! ; ,
le made.
KKVKS. A C. Vl'V.l 1.1.
febl.l tf.
j;:.v
WM. J liKOWN, Jr..
A. B. DANCY, Canton,
WOOI.FK & NOKTnN.
2IAKK, MI KUOCK 1 i.i i
WaM. Il.OILL. ftinev.;,;,
THOS. P. MILLKK, . I. WILLIAM-,
TUOsS. P. Ml LIsK.i v '
li A N K i: R
sr. F.aw --..-
i:a i kl - iv
FOHKIGX A. DO?UTH
fiOLV ADmSfL I Eft C ! ' ; 1
HOM)S AM' ' - '
Prompt attention given to (', 1
n i :vk N
HIGH S C H 0
'I'HIS Inntitutioti il! I ) ' '
1 MONDAY OF l'ti:;:! A.-t
sppeTviion of
RK V. JAMES I. 'VI -' "
1). V. 11 AMI I tK.
It is proposed to make :i :- '
Those who may denire t,, p: ;,
lege, or pive them a thi.t-.' :j !' "
are respec-tfully invitct t" I.-'
tions.
1st. Newton Station '
Kailroad. thirty nule?. v. - vi
ai'eSH. and a verv h.-ai'l '.
2d. I). W. Hauiiter. .- .-, i '
and i-hriHtiau geutl,-ni;ir.. '
a
H
odiring tor boys and ,,i:n. '
dence. .
ihL Those who rnsv h.- in'- -"'' ' ' ..
and qualifications ol'the 1 :. '''
referred to. ,- .
llev. J. N.Waddcl I I C!. , y .
Kev. J. II. Alexander, Ke-' v .,
Jndjva Bnbr. Huntiticti ii. 4't'--'
Rev 11. S Oladnev. Abetd,
Dr. J. T. Watts. Ne ton
TEKMS:
Primary Department .. .
Academical Iepartnient
Classtcs and Higher Bran,
, iir,!i.'"
isoard and Lodeitif; .
Payable ia speeie or it equivalent
each month. '"'""
T. T. TTREK, , ,r
Mobile, AUbama. r
T. T. TYREE A u'"v
COTTON FAfTl"
ENERAL COMMISSION 'EKu
Office No. 10, St. Micl'1ir"
' s. MOBILE. ALA
Will give prompt attention to an i Mj
ed to our care, and will advance 'n
ment to New Y'ork, Liverpool or r" -March4dtf
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