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v.uoimu KVKIIY WKIWKSIIAV MORNING BY .1. II. 14 3 OX, AT OKO,((, MlSHlNKU'I't. TKUMS v KLOlSl'lUl'TIOX. Two Dou.aks per year, If rni.l in mlvanrc Two Put. .Alts and Ftnv iIkkw If not nl.l within two mmi hA,,, - iiHf.,. IMi.mii, If not paid within four moti u, ana ivk Itni.t.Aits will he lmvK,., if pnvuit-nt licrcau U1"lll'a- These .rlir will bo sliU-ily ad- HATBS OK" AnVEIlTISKMKXTS. AM, advert iieniciit.H will ho rorrei-tly find ronsiilcii joisly inserted t One Hollar per Square (1(1 llrovier line or loss) fr tl, rti-st inriioii, and Fifty Cent fur each H)tiiiimiii iiiNortton. All ilvortleiiimit iVom it dlstnncn must ho nocom pmiieil with the money nr nond rltv nrccXaiirt rmfosslmial, CmmnUiou Jl.-rcUamV, and oih.ir C.irds lint exceeding one s.puro, per year, Twelve Dollars. If two squares, Twoidv Dollars. Morehu'its itilvortMnir ley the vnn'r will l. ehnrirod the. mini of Fir rV IMi.i.aiis, with tl.,- pin 11,-ro of cluniir. ins St pleasure nut to exceed half n roliiiiiu. evly advertiser must pav ipi.n-terly. tUmmtmi,-!,ii,,nH of a personal nature, or for the bone m of tiiilivi lii.il. corporations or rninnniiica W rliiirn."! a advorti-iotiioiits. Ohitnsrv imtlers pul.llsho.l without eharire, when "thev do not excce.l 1(1 Hues. If nSl.r, ch.-inxeit s (irHcrUs. Nli'llt. Odd-FelloW, Masonic, mid Son. of Toii.ncr.-tiicn No. ti.'i'S inserted m half price, if patil for in sdvittiee " r or minonnciiiir the names of Candidates (not iuwted and 10 for District or Sinto oflWs ' ' " .loll WORK ftf oyory W-rlptlon done with neatness ami dispatch on tho most lil.or.il terms, for Cash - ' .;,ll,.,';'J0n..l.,.'l',i.'!;'l.wi,,, "'o'''filc should l,o ad reused to tho ' l'rairtn News." From the" Louisville .t,iin-oI ' TII13 111 . MAN IIKAICT. What is it like to t a murnitiriiig stream Laughing in brightness along ; ' Soothing mid wift an n bisiutit'ul dream oven of blossom mid song. A hrnad sea of brightness is sleeping MW;ty here its waters iimv peaceftilv rest, But oft are they dried by , im-soorcliiiiir ray, Kre tlu'-y meet in its Hbcltering breast ! Vhnt is it like to .' viH meek, HtdiiiK ttwiiy iu tbo Kliad.., . Vfilitie itn TiKHlest Rnd iiitKitinif cli.vj( ; Half fenrlcs mid yet hitlfnlniid."' wi know not its tweetm, y(.u know not its worth, . . Till you woo forth Us bidden perfume, And ymi tumnder how micdt oCk.i rovtd birth o long nil unheeded t-onld bloom.' Wluit is it like to! n rose in its pride, Lifting its towerino; hend, Seoriiins the humble thnt droop at it de hoiw Klory mid Kludnesd hiive fled, loll iile and admire, you gnther the com, And wed it Home fair wmtiy morn, . lint a shook of hdvernitv Klmke And all that remiiins in TtioiiN ! What m it like to r flit- ky in iu HMmm, liendinjr in beauty above, Shadebws niid sinW,, nneniing f e:i,lneHs. liittint' its evelid of l.m. But a ehnnge c-otnetb o'er it, a cloud dim itn UlUl, Then nnon breakd a lovelier my, Arid such ix the heart with it v,n vin hue 1 w auiiligbt and shadows for n've ' " And last, though not least," it is like a young dove, ' b Whowj ehords we meati skver to sever : We build up a fortivH. and dare it to r.ovE, Hut talk of tri e FHiKKDsifii- forever ' ' -VVhe, p",,r d!uli" bl,f i,i,iio" ' 1 ill, tearless, we Rive it more air, hen would you bolieve it ! thcTltE.U'lll u OVH THIXO Tlies otr; and we cannot tell where! (0 Go it while you're IWo This an peara to be tlio motto of the present age. " l cs go it while you're young, no matter if you viloate every law of nature, no mat ter if yon palsy the nerves of vouth, no matter if you weaken the mind which God has given you, no matter if vou peril vonr immortal soul. Go it while'vou're youn. Life is short at the best, and a few years more or less makes no difference. Go it, and show your recklessness of life, by laughing to scorn all tho laws which should reirulate peril your soul and scoff at the goodness of God, by showing that you entertain no fear of caloric, or, in the language of a drunken boy whom we met on the streets a few nights ago, "Hurrah fur h 1, who's afraid of fire." Yes go it while you're young smoke your seirar. chew whisky, sjiend your nights in revelry and jicenuousness, ami !e a man. Yes by all means! tro it lann-li at thn)A f,(ia'.,.i, tender you advice tell your father he is uvi jasi enougn mr tins progressive ace, and when your mother remonstrates with you upon late hours, inform the "old lady" that in your opinion women are weak tuinded, and know very little of what is proper for a man. , ; Yes, by all means' " Go it while you're young," for rest assured that "when you get old you can't." riant the seeds of dissipation in the garden of your heart, and if the devil don't reap the fruits of your husbandry, wo are not a true proph et, that's all. Go it while .vou're voud"- Valuable Recipes for Everybody. liinnet-jm J lin to lowincr recnio for making a very superior ginger-beer is taken from the celebrated treatise of Dr. 1'eiieiia, on diet. The honey gives it a peculiar softness, and from not being fer niented with yeast, it is less violent in its action when opened, but requires to bo kept a longer time than usual befnro use, White sugar, five pounds ; lemon juice; one quarter of a pint ; honey, one quarter of a pound; ginger, ltruised, live ounces; water, four gallons and a half. $oil the ginger in three quarts of the water for half an hour, then add tho su gar,, lemon-juice, and honey, with the re mainder of the w'aler, and strain through a cloth; vhen cold, add a quarter of tho white of an egg, and a small tea-spoon fill of essence of lemon ; let the whole stand four days and bottle; this will keep many months. This quantity will make 100 bottles. Sure Throat. I have been 'subject to sore throat., and have invariably foum the lollowiinr ureoaration (sunn e am cneap; nigiiiy etiicacious when used in the early stage : lNmr a pint of boiling water upon twenty-live or thirty leaves of common sage ; let the infusion stainl for half an hour. Add vinegar sufficient to make it moderately acid, and honev according to the taste. This combina tion of the astriiHTeiit and tlio eiiinlieiit principle seldom fails to produce the de- sireu eueci. mo lntiisiou must bo used as a gargle several times a-dav. . It has this advantage over many gargles it is pleasant to tho taste, and may bo swal lowed occasionally, not only without dan ger, but with advantage. Ihiictfir Yvaxt. Ladies who are in the habit (and a most laudable and com fortable habit it is) of niakinir domestic iread, cake, &r- are informed that thev can easily manufacture- their own vcast bv attending to the following directions : lioil one pound of good flour, a quarter ot a tumim ot brown snsrnr. nm m lot In 'salt, in two gallons of water, for one hour. vt neu niiiK warm, bottle it, ami cork it close. It will be fit, for use in twenty four hours. One pint, of this yeast will make lslbs. of bread". ADDLES & HAKJE; JIAXUFACTUllEl) AT 0K0L0XA, 'Vim uinWipiert respectfully call the attention of the Citizens of CLiekasnw and the public ceu L ''rally, to their superior stock of . S O VT1IE11X MA XTJVA mm v. n si .tnnr.K.Q ivn rrirnvr-vv 1'UliLISHED AT OKOLONA, MISS., BY J. II KNOX. John LMcliardson, Editor. Lover $ Taught. Engini'i-.ring. From .Smiles to the Station at Kisses is five hundred sighs ; from Kisses to Pop the Question is one thousand five hundred sighs ; and from thence to tho Terminus of Pa's-Consent is two thousand five hun dred sighs making a grand tot al of four thousand five hundred sighs. To arrive at Pa's-Consent, however, the engine of Love lias to ascend a steep incline, the gradients of which are enormous two in three causing a vast number of sighs to ; be heavily drawn in reaching it. : Some sentimental scrveyors have, therefore, proposed to Jacilitafe the communication . between Pop-fhe-Question and Pa's-Consent, (which may easily be done, if they can raise sufficient ennifnU n- fi'iiii.,. that, to form a loop-lino to Ma's. Being personally interested in tlie undertaking, we wish it success, with nil imr hvt The estimated saving is not far short of a thousand sighs. Fielding JJgg. If tlie following pic kle were generally known it would be more generally used. AVe constantly keep it in our family, and find it an ex cellent pickle to be eaten with cold meat, &c. The eggs snwuld be boiled hard (say ten minutes,) and then divested of their shells: when unite vohl out, tliem in jars, and pour over them vinegar (snfli- cient to quite corer 1 hem,) in which has been previously boiled tho nsiial umonu for pickling ; tio the jars down tight with lilt it . ...... . maimer, ami Keen them til thev e? n to change color. Deafness. Take three drops of a sheep's gall, warm, and drop it into the ear on going to bed. The ear must be thoroughly syringed with warm soap and water in the morning. The gall must be applied for three successive nights. It is only efficacious when the denfness is produced by cold. The most coveni ent way of warming the gall is by hold it in a silver spoon over the flame of a candle. The above remedy has been frequently tried with perfect success. Waterproofing for Boots and Shoes. Linseed -oil. one oint: oil of tomon. tine, orcamphine, a quarter of a pint; yellow wax, a quarter of a pound ; 15nr gundv nitch, a uuarter of a noimd. T be melted together with a gentle heat, and when required for use, to be warmed and well rubbed into the leather before a nrc, or m tlie hot sun. .Minimi be pour ed, when melted, into small gallon-pots or tin boxes, for sale. A Mixture for a bail Cold and Cough. Solution of acetate of ammonia two ounces, ipecacuanha wine two drachms, antimony wine two drachms, solution of muriate of morphine half a drachm, trea cle four drachms ; water add eight oun ces. Take two tablespoonfuls three times a-dav. Having pi-iK-nred experienced wi-rlinieu, we are now putting up und have put articles that will coinpehMvith the North ns well ns Ninth in neatness mid durability. . 1 heir stock consists m everything ii-mally kept iu their line, stir'h its : LA1HKS ami GHNTS SADDLES, from sixteen to thirty-five dollars s IU A,(i 1IAKNKSS, single, from twenty to forty dollars ; DOUBLE BlGGY HARNESS, ft,,,,, furtv to sixty-five dollars; BRIDLES, from one dollar and a half to six ; 31 AHTIXG ALES, from fifty cents to two dollars; , WAGON HARNESS, at various ,1!V(i,i.V' C( )M:U' Ulul WA-i0N COLLARS, WHIPS, of various kinds, MED- 11 AL HAGS, tVc. I e,;lblliir j:KVUlITS1,!n'KU:S' MX&, TACKS, WOOD and PLATED STIRRI PS, GIRTHS, S1RC1NGLES, GIRTH and REIN-WEB, , i All of w Inch we orcnoKe seliiiiu for cash ns . ln.r.i. ..v....,...... i ..n .... i te i ' I .. . Ill 1 mi 1 o" . lis l-illl, HIIU II WP (III o.o 'n-or- j I'll, tv tun in. ui-t ousl- IHI 111 UOf OC pleased U e will at till times bai ter for 1 ry Hides at highest market prices. Impairing done with neatness and dispatch. J)oW onnosito the Eairle Hotel Okobuitt, Jail. SO.tf ; ; CN1UVAIXKI) ATTJUCTIOXIS ! ! Emerson's lilagazice ANM) PUTNAM'S MONTHLY, " TWO (iHHAT MAIJAZIM'.S IX OXK. !)0,0(M! Copies the Frst Month!! MAUNll'IC'KNT J'KCKiKAMK J"UU ldr,s. !ji'iii,(NMt in Splendid WmU of Art. l-'ive-l Millar Knirniving to Kver Subscriber. Till: (HEAT LIIJHAUV OFFEU. Agents (ctting Jtich ! ! The iiiiiini of Emerson' finrM-inn un.l T nam's .Monthly, has given t the enusolidijted work a Cll'i'lllatioll second hi but one siinilnr .t,l.. liciitioti ill Hie roiiiiti'i-. niol loiw w,mm'..1 cnniliilial ion itf liti'fj! i-v- mill nrlit;,. t:.l..uf ly unrivaled ly any other niiigazine in the world. iMiroiK i in nrst tiiouin, ine sale in ine trade am iiiihiu. tl .ni oriIii'is ov..,uan.l (hi linn - " ' " -IU ' HI H . "H'l,,.! lllllt'll, and the tmmlicM already issued of the consolidat ed work are universally conceded to have mir. passed, iu the richness "of their leterary contents, llllil tlie heitlltv tllld orofiisein-ss of their iiiofmil,,! iniisiniiiniis, any magazine ever lieture issued from the American press. Encouraged by these evidences ot hour, the mi ilisliers have ilerorihin. ed to commence the new volume iu January with still additional attractions, ami tu i H',t um.h in. diiceini'iits to subscribers as cannot fail to tilai ii, in circaiaueii, in me Head ot Aiiicriean .Mai zmes. With this view thev now iimiounee ttn following progiaiile. Tin y have imrehased that superb ami cotij steel-iilate engraving Till: EAST sri'I'EU," and will present a copy of it to every three-dol lar siinscrilier lor the tear l.jH. It wasengiav- ed at it ciwf ot over !J i.Cl'U, hy the late celebrat ed A. !,. Hick, t'rom the original of li.tphacl Mcr- gin, alter Leonardo Da Yinri, ami is the largest steel-plate engraving ever executed iu this conn try, being three times the size of the ordinarv ihree-iliillar engravings. 1 lie first impressions of this engraving are held at )lll, and it was the intention ot the artist that none ot the engravings should ever be ofli ed tor a less, sum than A.Y lioimr rii-l.li um-i I, that amount. Thus every three-dollar subscriber will receive the Magazine one year cheap at $ :! aim mis spicuiiid engraving, riciny worm ; nmx ('Tting tor the value ot fss. c shall conimeiice striking ott the engravings immediately, yet it can Hardly lie expected thnt impressions of so large it plate etui be taken its last as they can be called for bv subscribers. YVi injTiii'i-itii. niii-it-li.,!... - 4tar. c.: .t.r t -i: i .in M.-ii-, km me mm, iiuiig i no is to unroll my engraving before T let anybody know tl 1.., T i I ii . . .i ' . . - i. inn i nm unci, unit inns i get mem interested before they know what a svlnlilid offer I am on- mg to make them. Sometimes they ask my price "". engraving and l ten tliem y.i, and whenl ( tier them the engraving and Magazine one year tor three dollars they are perfectly astonished. 1 did not get to going well tor the first two or three .1 , i- . The 1st day I got. ... j The 2d day I got The ltd dav I uot The 4lh dav I imt. The 5th day I got.. Th( tilll day I goU. .. . .2 subscribers. . . .7 subscribers. ....ti subscribers. ...IU subscribers. ....) snbscribess. ...17 subscribers. shall, therefore, furnish them iii the order in which siibscripti'iiis are received. Those who desire to obtain their engravings early, mid from the first impressions, should send in' their subscriptions niiiinur ticiat . i lie engraving can ho sent on rollers, by mail, or in any manner, ns subscribers shall order. .fi-.'i 1,1 Mill IX W'OKKS OF ART. In addition to the superb engravings of " THE i,.vl Si l i'i-i.K, ' which will he presented to every lurcc-unuar siinscilier lor lis;is, the pnllsli ers have completed iirracgeiuents for the distri bution, on the a."fh day of Deceiulicr, S;"8, of a series ot splendid winks ot art, consisting" ot one hundred rich und rare Ml l'aiiitings, valued at from $11111 to .U,(IIH) each. Also, ,fHMJ magifi cent Steel-Plate Engiiiviiigs, worth from to ss.t each, mid l.illlll elioiee llollidav liuoks, worth from Sit to ."i eaeli: oiiiKimr in nil' ovon l'l ! I." I.' I- 1 IK H KWJ KilKTS, worth TWENTY THOU SAND ItOEEAKS. inclose arnvrnE niiLisiiEns ami nil; H H.l.l U.U.VlEM E IvECElVIXHTlIE MA(!AZIXE 1!Y IfETl K'X MAIL. VOC M ILL ALSO 1,'ECEIVE WITH THE FIRST COPY A XT.MBKI'Ei St ltSCRIPTIOX 1,'E CEIPT i:TITLIX(i YOC TO THE EXO RA VING OF "THE LAST SUPPER." and a chance to draw one of these "Three Thousand Prizes." A Positive cure for Corns. The sf mvur. est acetic acid, applied night and morn ing .wiui. a camel s-hair brush. In one week the corn will disammnr. S nft. nr bard corns. A Cure for weak and Sore 11, ,o Sulphate of zinc three crams, 'tincinrr. of oiuuiu en uroi s. vvarcr two imnco.1 t,, be applied three or four times a-day. The Beneficial Effects of Charcoal in Nioiqiing juureiacrion are now well ascer tained ; fish or meat may be restored by boiling charcoal with them. EuiiKration to the I nited Slates and UfitisU loriu aiuei-it-u. ! ld An exchange paper says : " There is nothing like nature as developed in fe males ; for no sooner does a female ju ven- uu ucgiu io waiK ana luouce ihings, than it takes after its mother uml "uiiuj u Jtiw by. It is almost incredible how much of matter and leeJing is wasted, on ratr ba- wes anu squint eyeu lutch dolls." Selfishness robs its own grave, fcili'its own bones to tho doctor, and its soul to the devil ! CP The chap who put the thing in a nut-shell, found the nut cracked a day or two afterwards. k From returns furnished by the Govern ment Emigration Office, we learu that in the March quarter of the year 1 8o7, 5; snips, oi an aggregate tonnage ot 73,;JG0 tuns, left. Liverpool for the United States, carrying 273 cabin and 10,453 steerage passengers; in tlie June quarter, 90 ships, of 120,517 tuns, with G3- cabin and 4.3,- .ill steerage passengers; in the Septem ber quarter, 52 ships of 75,325 tuns, with 88 cabin and 53,111 steerage passen gers ; and in tho last quarter, :J7 ships of 53,033 tuns, with 370 cabin and 10,011 steerage passengers making an aggre gate for the year of 232 ships, 328,235 uins, conveying i-,10S cabin and 9,.4Sf, steciaue iiasscnircrs. Io Gniiml.a irot.t iu the .June quarter, 12 ships, of 12,211 uins, wiui, o cabin and 4,818 steerage If. il r-t . . -' passengers ; anu in ine September quar ter, 3 ships, ot 2,990 tuns, with r, .nhin 1 4 ... ... i anu i,um sieerarre liassencers makmrr a total to Canada of 15 ships, 15,201 tuns, carrying 12 cabin and 5,901 steer. age passengers :t To New Brunswick, 1 shin, of 9GU tuns. June quarter, with 7 cabin and 70 steer-, ago passengers. Exchange, HEASOS8. WHY VOU SMOl 1.D.SI IISI IUBE FOR , - KMEKSOX'S MAGAZINE. " .First) Because its hteran ' contents !11 wl mg the. year, embrace confrilmtions from over one hundred different writers und thinkers, num. tiering aiming them the most distinguished of American authors. Second ; llecaiiee its editorial departments, "Our Studio," "Our Window," and "Our Olio," will each be conducted by an able editor and it will surpass, in the variety and richness of its editorial contents, any otlier inagaziiie. Third: Hccanse it will contain, during the year, nearly six hundred original pictorial illus trations from designs bv the first American ar tists. Fourth ; Hecanse for .the sum of vou will receive this splendid monthly, more richlv worth that sum than any other magazine: tnul the su perb engraving of " The Last Supper," worth $5. Fifth : Ib'ciuise you will very likely draw one of the three thousand prizes to be distributed on the 25-;b day of December, lOS perhaps one that is worth $1,(1(10. Notwithstanding that these exlinordiiinrv in ducements can hardly fail to accomplish the ob jects ot the publishers without further efforts. yet they have determined to continue through the year hi THE GREAT LIIiUARY. OFFER. To ti 11 V nersou vvhii will ei't mi n flu I, f tv-four subscribers, oitli.-i-ot om. or ....... ollices, we will present a splendid Library, con- sisuiig in inn irony l.tirge jsnuiiil illumes, cm bracing the most popular works iu the market O'l... -1..1 1... it., , , i no coin may oe nirmeil at llie cluli price. S'2 It year, without the engraving, or at the full price, with the engraving of the East Supper to each subscriber. List and description of the Library, and specimen com of the M.-or-iin,. ;n be forwards! nn reeeiot nf o-, ta ' t Ll.ui Libraries, or 8.000 volnmiw hiv l,v.o.i. i - - ....... ... ...... l.UI.KiJI l,I-I- distributed iu accordance with thin offer, and we should be glad of an (intuirtoiiitv to l',,r,,;.l, .. i : bran- to every clergyman, to every school teacher, or to some one at every post-oHiee in the country! MAKING MONEY. The snccess which our agents are meeting with is almost astonishillff. A minor the nunr oi, 13 d - t'. U- ccs of this fact, we present the following front one of our agents already in the field : " I Imvo now been nr. work iinvt. ;.... ... ......1(S ,, ,llr Magazine one week, and am delighted with the First week 54 subscribers. I shall do much better next week. It is the engraving that does the business. Everybody wains uie engraving, ion may calculate upon 1 1 Mm imr m ivvo J.I1IOUHIHIU siitscrilirs troin me this Winter. I ain imino in umla .,.... ..t, ..i1 - , . - Ui'UlfU I'll, OI the mrsihcss to liuv nm a l-n-in in il,.. v,,,.;,,.. . J w ....... ... .mi --J'tlllj, With such inducements as we offer, anybody call obtain snhserihers , W'u "nvitu ......... ,n.. man oqt bf emplnyment, and every lady' who de- siiTs a pieasaiu HoMffl-iuuHitig occupation to ap ply at once for at! agency. Applicants should en close 2: cents for a specimen coppy of the Mng,t zine, which will always be forwarded with an swer to application bv return mail. SI'ECT.ME.V ENGIfAVIXG. As we desire to place in the hands of every person who proposes to get up a club, and also of even agent, a cotiv of the eiiL'ravimr of " Tho Last Supper," as a specimen, each lippucniit in closing us i will receive the engraving, post paid ov rciiini man, aiso specimens ot our publl catioiisgiiid one of the numbered subscription re ceipts, eiititling the holder to the Magazine one jearaud to a chance in the distribution. This offer is made out v to those who ilouii-o to m.t . agents or to form clubs. Address OAKSMITII A Co, . No. :!7I Broadway, New York. Prospectus of the MEMPHIS AVALANCHE, Dnilij, Tri-ll eiklij, ami U'nhlij Xeirsjiaper, in lit; ri ci.imii.d i- .tiKMl'lllS, TEXN. Knowing the exnetise and hazard in,.;,. oil t,, the establishment of a new paper, we have been slow in commencing our contemplated eiiterpri.e e have, however, consummated arrangement ...i r .1 . . .1 . .i , . ... vvnicu piace ine pa per nevuliil llie reach ot con tinirencies : the first tnioilier ii ill tlioi. lnr.. n. issili'll oil the 1st il'iv fir.l-inii,ii-r l.r.s It may seem presumptuous in ns to add another .. 41 1 1.. I l l . I. f . ii ine niieaov res oecianie milliner ot nailers now uhlir.hcil in this iitv hot 1ii.liit-illfr tlmt Mum. phis is destined to be one of the largest and most important cities m the .South, and that we cim K .1 !... I I . 1 vtiitnn-, nuno- Kionnu iiiiii lias out ei nceii oc cupied, we embark iu the experiment with even assurance that success will ullimatelv crown the labor, toil and canital we are nrcimred to lavish upon the enterprise. We come, not at the rival, but as the co-laborer, of the old established Press 's in all that concerns the growth and nrosiierili of the city and community generally. We shall ll'illir til tho. t.-oJ mi oiiorov flint will iioi-i.r ii-ihiii- J ' "' . ........... . , an experience of many years, and as we have an extended aoiiaiutauee in this und the riiliooiiiur States, it is our confident expectation to give the paper a circulation equal to any neiweeii i.oui villi' unit 'ovv ( li'h.itii We lil'l flllll' lliA :l.ii til-it ttinun fr.n.iiiillir loolr. In.r tl,.. 1,., , : . :u.. . .! i i mi mii-rti M"llllS(-n nir iiiiiv 411 me pooiesi performances : we therefore prefer that the read- t should iorm his opinion ot the Avalaxciie from the paper itself. Consequently, we shall onlv nay for thi present that the natter will In published Daily, Tri-Wecklv and Weekly, and will cominince wit a a capital ot twenty thousand dollars, two tliousaiid Weekly sulisei ibers, and seven hundred Daily subscribers. - It will be pa. seiitially Democratic, but iudepeiidentlv so scorning to wear the eolhir of sei-vitude despis ing, me toiuiy ana parasite, llie creature ot no party, the tool ot ui clique, the organ of no f.u-tiou,' the Avalanche will be the firm, fearless and honest eviioneut of .the irreat fiinliioil in-in- ciptes .ttpou wuiun rests ine j i icmocrniic party, and a warm and zealous supporter and defender ot the men whose elevation is requisite to give permanency and strength tn those principles, I 'noil the sitbiect of Slaverv n siihioot ilmt has so often imperilled the nation the Am laiiche will be ultra ; an ardent defender of the rights ot tlie South, the last feather has been laid llllOll till' f'llltll'l's llHI'k Tin. Mouth li t.,.',.. I'll, iiutl'.-looil mill irniolixt In- V,ii.tlt..t.ii f i..if..,. :.. . I., .1. Llllll'lip, nisi ttmuiig, iiiiii win soon present a serried and mioroKcll column. While ho will nut m mn-v patriotic effort to stay the rapid sweep of fanati cism, t t quell the storm of disunion mid to pre serve the l.'ennlilie. u- .-.ahull ot tln ion.,,.,;..... - , , - ... .. -.!.", IIIIIV maintain that the only Union worth preserving i a ijU.tM'i'i'i"i'iii,VL .1 IIIOII a i pioti ot f.Qt'AL. IT. indeed tin anient dctetlse ot Southern Rights w ill be a leadiim charueteristie of the n. jier. It will make bitter and unrelenting war upon i ne iNormeru rraitors, who, tit their unholy crusade upon the Smith, tiro willing to trample the Constitution uuder their unhallowed feet, hut ii win nii-sue wiru sun more tntteniess those Southern itnrratia who nm i1u-ot-a iw.n.ti.' .,..11: ate and excuse asy aggression uiion the rights to irn- noiun. The Avalanche will exoose opoiihitliii,. coiTupttons wherever found. It w ill paint w ith a true pencil fiuti noui up to the scorn or the peo. tile all desiimiiiL' Deinriir. i'iiiiu I nm.-iuti.i. t.i.l 1 n n -ri I- I .nn"". ip, mm hnmbtiggery tit everv description. Ueleiviiig nay, knowing that a high-toned morality is the basis of good government, the Avalanche w ill lash w ith just and merited sever, iry, vice and immorality of every phase. Every department of the paper w ill be care fully filled, and will contain the news of the dav, local intelligence, reports of the markets, tele graphic news, and the political events of the dav. TERMS ; rtnily Avalanilo. 10; Tri -Wis klv, ."i Wocklv L . HLTTON, GALLAVVAY, & CO. Dee. 16, '67. uit BROWN'S STABLE, " NEXT DOOR WEST OF THE WHITE HOUSE, 0KAL0N. RATES AS TIER KT()F( ill E1'I.ENTY OF W 4TFII AND THE HOST AMCl.K ACCOMMOUATIOXS Til E PROPRIETOR returns bis thank. 1.1. I r.:-..j j il. .. . """" ,To The People of Mississippi, IIA V 1 Hiti purchased a largi.- lot of new Print ing Material, from New York, we Intend to en large the I't airie I ', about January next, to un eqttul size with any other paper in .North Mississippi It is our intention to mak" the NEWS one of the first newspapers iu Mis tdssinui. and bone the oithlic will irivx n. .. 1...1.. j lug bund, and come generously to our support. I Neither labor nor expense will be spared to . make it the best j axnily Newspaper in the countryone whose cheerful and genial cliurucler will render it a Welcome visitor to every household, while Its constant devotion to die pHm'iples of right ahd justice shall wluthu approbation of the wise and good. ., 'TO AUVEttTMllS, f Thecltcttlatlon of the NEWS bas already In creased to above l'lVC IllllMlrf d, a id is every day being enlarged We hope to obtain five hundred more new subscribers by January next, as we intend to circulate One Tlloll KSllld 4'oii'N, weekly, after that time, whether they be paid for or aot. This will make ils columns a desirable as well as one of the best mediums in the State, through which for the Merchants ami busiiiHs-a un.n 1,1 tlm siii.o. to advertise mid muke their wants and wishes known. Therefore, we say to one and ell who may wish to advertise, that we will insert their ii.lviirtisenli'titH ill tim mnil ronuiiiniioiiu iii,.u,.uv at the regular rates of most of the papers in the SllllB. 1111,1 lllVll',.1" IKiliilf ki liufiil. II V II' TIKlIT SAND READERS, if no more. TUitiUK OF SL'UM'ltirriOiVt The NEWS will be mailed to single suhscri hers at Two Dollar a ver. if imil In Two Dollars and Fifty Cents if not puld within 1 .1 I HL. . O.ll . iwu niuuiiin anu 1 uree uounrs 11 not paid with in four mouths, and Five Dollur if .ii-lnv,l ,u. IllUUllIB. CHJK K tTl'M. Wo Will furnish t!i NF.WS 1.. r.l..K. .1 n... T - vni tn HI MIC loliowing low pricea, whmli will muke 'it by far t 111 f-llAMILnut tki'1'Ul.t" t iaidul....! . t ive copies lor i welve Mouths, Js Ton Copies lor Twelve Months, J15 Fifteen Copies fur Twelve Months, " $-2 Twenty Copies for Twelve Months, $& Thirty Copies, tit odd FostotBce, $.')n il'f AllV one Sellliillir tla ten nr 111 nr.. en hors, at the above noes, wiib thu itiouev one I oh- ed, will receive one coov crutis. TJ Postmasters are reauested lo net an n,-i,u for llin News liv senninir 11 a tun nr scriliers and $i, they will be entitled to on- copy gratis 11" Each one of our oresent anliae'ril'wr. Ii..u iiinuence enoiign 10 send us one or morn uddiiio- ... 1 ... 1. . i tir in . . . .... inn siioscrioers. tv 111 tuny uo It f I liev i-et- tuiuly ought to trv. outs jok orrifK. This department of our office has be-11 select en, in ine . rvoruieru Allies, with ereul care which will euable us to do all manlier of JOB vvtmtv in tlie very neatest style. We promise llie neon e 01 VI Is ssioiii to i n Jo li.Wnrlt nl ..... I ! . 1. .... .... I. I! . ' .. ami 101 i;nrrif, uno w II ri MS llllliro illsjiHICIl , us lllet can nave 11 none ciscwnerx lit tlie - tale. M rcbaiils nnd others wlshiutr Clreulurs. ri . 1 ... . .1 1 . , . . , . litres, nr any outer Kin i 01 joiuung done are respectfully requested to cull and give i! trial yjr " e are piepareii to print, on IIim verv shortest notice, I'liniiihlels, Ca'alogoos, iijjl Hea ls, Posters, Circulars, Hull Tickets, Election I ickels, &e., &c. if All Letter on business with th olfic sliotil-l lie adilresse i lo the piililhhcr RICIIAL'DSGX & KNOX Increased Attractions ! ' Thackeray, CBarlcs Reade, Mrs, Caskell, - ,1 iirii.i si lit- anu vviiKie toums. i lM. harper'jTmagazineJ r . t'OMM EMC EM EXT OF A XEirVOLVME.i MR. THACKERAY'S NEW NOVEL, Tha Virginians," with niiinj: humorous illustrations' by tb Author, was commenced hj the Decnnber Number of IUki'KIi's Maoai.vk, . It is prinWd from early sheets, received from the Author in' advance of pnblicatinii in England for Which! the publishers pay Mn Thttckertiy tht luiu.ot' Two Thousand Jlolliirs, , . , . MR. CHARLES READE'S NEW MORY;,! entitled "Jack of All Trades A Mattfh of Fact Romance," written exclusively forllAR n it's Maoakine, was also eomtiienced in tho December Number. MRS GASKELIAS 11EAUTIFUL STORY, enriiied ine Hoi in ot The Urifliths" willW found in the Number for .Inuuniy. ' ' ," . MR. WILKIE COLLIXS'S POWEKFl' TAEE, entitled "The Marriage Tragedy," wiU appear complete in the icuruary ivuuioer, .. The above three stories are written encjusi ly IOf llAHl'Dll S JJAUAKIAEii . , , Iore thaii One Hundred and SeteUfy Tlwltmiiu! Copies are now issued of each Kuuicer of Harj I'F.h's New MoNTIil. MA(iA,iE i This success, to which tlie llistor.nf TeritidU ciil Literature affords no parallel, has tint beeiJ achieved, mid is not maintained, without a libe ral expenditure of labor and money. The ample remuneration t tiered by the Publishers enables them to secure the best productions of the most l: I....I A...I ..1 .1! . .... accoiiipiisiieii Atiiiinrs IIIIII Altistsiij ine country, to whom at least Three Thmmiud Dollart are, paid fur the Mutter and Illustrations of eiich Number of the Magazine. ; ' i HAiti'Elt'H Maoa.ine is the ehepet Periodi cal published. Each Niiniher containsroi j leen to t urty-eight more pugrs, printed in u better niittmer, and upon better pier, than hut ottur Americiiii Monthly MagaiiM'. - BulmertU-is kne also the assurance that it w ill be peruuntv-utly and punctually issued, mid that its geucril scope and chanicter will reimiin unchanged. ' ' TlOU.tlS. ' One Copy for One Year..'.. 1.5. W. f.'l 0 Tw ., Copies for flue Year. . , , ... it, (JO Three or more Copies for one Year, . (each) 2 (HJ And un Etra Copy, gralit, for cterij Club of Tex Si iiscitii!i.iis. ' Itistve llio'l WITNKSSKS or THE ' Former Convicted JOIIX S Dlli i- (ho An Iwu y Who Iihs hud 10 years experience us a liunk r.i er and Publisher, unit Author ..r j A Seriet of Lecture at the Brouihrmj Tuber- r UUCl, when, for 1 0 successive nighls. over tfl lITfill cim i.... ..1.. . . W Greeted him with Rounds ol Applause . whi't- iiHexnimien the ma tier iu which l onnier. P4 fejlers execute their Frauds, and tb- Surjst y un.t iiortest vieansof Detectiiig litem ! ine unnk te ' finutarer a t x ,; g he is the gr, uiest Jwlije. if l'ap r Mm, ey living. O R LATEST Disnoverv of th. ...........i i Century for Detedinir Cfiinttrfeif lbinL- Vnt..- . f-l -v. u.,,111 ,IH , r 1 luui.riin 11 1, m-uri- i:. ..!.. u: i i.. ... m.. . .i , V.I-OU1IIO uni in eAisience. W and exhibiting nt a glaue.H every Counterfeit r in circniulion .' O Arm n?nd so a inimhlv. thnt l?ur..r,.n,. i .cusv an I D tRClioii Instnnl inenim S No Index lo examine ' no iu,,r,. I,.,, 1 up! billsosiuiiiliti.il and ,n.,..'..i it. ii. . J Merchant, Ranker and Business MB can see all at a glance. English French and German: C Thus each may read the same iu hit nwn y iffire oruuf. K The most Perfect Bank Me List Pub o lished. i Also a List of 11 tl)f Ih'mte Bunhrrs in ! 1 iuKnifi Wi in i j i 1 1 , c . a n 1 . o ... j- n lyuiiipiiuo oumniary 01 tlie r inane of r Knrope ami America will tie PlfiMnil. tniTMthMP Ulitll nil tliuim,.A.t....i I, "b" ' "r 1 111 po 1 1 it 11 1 fY of the day. A!ho, SERIES OF TALES, from an Oil MiiiinHfiit.t. fnim i I.. t. It furniHhps the most nontnlMtn hiitorv of 1 ORIENTAL LIFE ' J describing the most perplexing oosilions in M ivliieh (ha I .,.l;uu..,..l l... . : r .1 . " v """ noiiiieiiieii ni mat con II- X Irv liavo been so often found These Stories 11 will continue throughout the whole venr. uid I ' Will nmvu tha mnt !.....i..i. 1 ' U tl ti . la"""g ever ottered .. .... ,.,'u.m;. , . g O" Furnished Weekly to Subscribers onlv O at $1 a year. All letters must be addressed t JUH.N S. DYE, Broker, Publisher and Proprietor, 64-y 711 Wall Street New York. i M S JL V K SEW1AG il'AL'HlilS. t KhA I success is always the inol couclusive VJ proof ol great merit. Judged by this test, I here is 110 lulior-saviiig iniichiiie before tha 011I1- lie' compaMble to Singer's f wing Vlucliiucs. Afler establishing the highest reputation in the I 'nitei. Stales, lliev u-mim eKliioilM.i ul il.u 1... ' .' - - - i,jj i.ie " Kxposiliou Uuiverselle" iu France, where thev eiirrieo off tlie liiglii-sl premium f and a great m.t 11 11 tor j of iliriu haa been built in Paris, in every liia.x It ol liullmlry in which sewing is 'o twdone, these machines can tn, used Willi imuienw profit. s the speed of the Railwti) train is to trav.-ling on fool, so Is sewing Willi Singer's Machines lull. pared wits liaiid sewiug No luilor, shoemaker, tiressmak-i-r, carriage trimmer, suduler, butter, (kc, &c., hoiil.i be without one. The fair profit of Using uno of lliese machines regularly employed, is One li ;i .;ij i k,ljti-si yeur. In all private families where there is imicb -iewing to be none, Ibesemucbines are an invalu able assistance;"' Planters und hotel keener. fin.f tliem partil-llllirh COIIVeliielit inn! lirn(ll,.l.l.. These niachiiiesure simple hi theit construction, imi very .troi.g m.l uurable, being th only kind -Hii ,-. 11 1 .. . . -. " .... ori of work, coarse or fine, eoiibl l.a ...rf...l' executed. Thotisaiii.K of ii,r.rl... .....1 1. " , . "no wwrniirasi .sew Mil Mm blues have l,n, u m i .... i.i 1... ".. rum iniiicr nt liitis ll-iinea. I. Ill - inwerV Vt,...l.l,...l 1 , . - r. ' "'o'-n aiune llttVC been loiin.i everywhere lo sutisfy the wants ot tho 1,11 .lio innw f.i . if.,n .... . . , ', "riiiEi ore aein with each mm , ine tVnni u.i,i..t ,,, . . " nil uiir ,:iin readily acquire lb,. ;,rt of managing them. The machines are ,mck.v securofy .0 go to any part of the world l a persona desiring more par umbo information. W(. wi'l.on Hpplicatloii by letter at either ol our olfices. forward a .... n'f M Sl'fiMt A fn. 'a ii - .11. . . , r.. n ,i,t-r WIIOII V to Hie Sewing Machine Interest. ' I. VI.SINCFR 4 (-0. Pkivciimi OsrtcK. No. ;ta:i HsoAtiwur. Nkw York. Ol KICKS ' ' ' " ' No .-li WeslmiiisterSt , Providence, R. I. , leVOlei No. r, B HAM-1( Iliillovrr St., Boston. !)? Chapel St.; New 11 iveu. Cl Hloversville, N. Y No '"4 liroao SI.. Newark, N . 1. 4 i Chestnut St., I'hilailelphi;,. 03 Hallimore St. Baltimore. 'igust 21, IN'mY f Easl -lib Si., Cincinnati. (15 North 4th St., 1 St. I.iiis f St Charles 81., New Orleaas 21' Dauphin St.. ., Mobile. 145,2 v EVEPaNGNEWS, Evening, Slilld-iv Exei'tited. in rubli h d Even the Citv i t M .b i. XU i.v W. O. CLARK & COMPANY, Office D nly Advertiser, No. 44 Royal Street. lii.iiy Paper' '...,........' $8 per ann. do ., do. six months . .ft.-"-" ' ror.MHV (W Ki M.V) AIIVI.RTISEH AND NEWS. One c PV. "tip veir. if imi.l in .-.1. .,.... 0 ?ii aple and Enauirer. Publi bed D ;ilv. Tri-Weeklv and Weeklv. at Memphis, Temi., by the 1 ;. FRANKLIN TVI'Oi.RAI'HICAL UNION L. D. STICKNFY, President, , J. J. l'ARHAM, Secrutarj'.. i -i 1 .iil,v, iu advance, per annum. ....... 4 1 ,I0 00 Ti i-Weeklv ". ,.., , !, wai W eeklv " " " . t . , . nak iieTThe VVteklv will ho leu and Howards at ..rill ..,,,,.1.1.. iabiy in lulvance, atij every Club Ju be. itiade up. at one nttiiv. 1 - j , , , , QUININR 1 f)0 Z,' C"i"i"t, j"st received and for sale 1 f W Oct 21 by xVaro Ac Jones i ' fa 1)1 l''.S . . . I ,"ara mnur 10 Hie "cln.ps"or , wiinotll usniff our Kna I. :..i.i.. a i lipsalve. Oct. 91. Warii A. l.ivi. Domcfitii it LL Wlvea alinnl.l 1, lr . ........ u or our jflc.M ii Boxes to barn tl,ul. . r 1 . , . --c -luinniio iragrunt in their proper place. For sale at WARD A JOKES'. MARRI7I i OR Boys' innocent amusement to be the Drug Store of . ,- -,.jt .? Had at wabo a aor.s. i, . , r,---- ,m irienua anu ine irave nig commanitv fn business. - It is diucrcnr, fwim nniv...,,,.. ., . . ... ."ihiiiiiii y, 10 . - . tneir paironage ofhis l.lverv tmnff else i everTnen. i nm anm f.. . ..i. i c . . .... seriber in eve,y ftmi.y wher. they tMn 1,7 gefher three dollars. 1 am never receive! with I Feb. 25. 73-y T?C. BROWN, j Pass - Christian. Times, a jocrxal for the southern home t inrtE, . pm'liHbed in the town of Pass-Christian, it ichub a ml lilt- J n vHiinn n nm m null.. r a -. . - . . . , , K bvui iiuiiii v. 1 11 p ml: . . a. ... - 9 ..titl-nm.rr.. m . il IBS,. HI aj Q VPUf. U l( 1 1 1 1 I I Hi miirilH.A ..11 . - - --..a.. . V IIH'llHC nil the great events of the dav, and literary and numomus -productions of Mtme'nf the liveliest writers. ; Address K. T. CHA17LPRON. Printed and Published every Wednesday, in tlie City of Vieksbui a, by . ' , M Blllvi-,,5'. ht't Weekly Whig, f;5 per year in advance; $4 if not paid in advance; a. .,- ' ; 'j. ! The Whig is also published on Tuesday, Wed nesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, Vf $ei per milium, - .e. .,-i,. , .. -.- TH3 THUS B0TOER0NV. Is Published iu the City of Vicksbnrg, every ".' ,; dayin the wwk.i :.o u . BY WM. II. MoCARDLEt Jl 1 1 The Daily Tme Southron is published ptiae tually every morning, Monday only excepted, -at $h per annum, always in advance. - i j r The Weeklv True Sootlir,... ; ,...i.t:..i l Monday morning, and will be promptly mailed to subscribers, at $i per auiitun, to be puid iu ad' ' ' SP(lHTlli'M - . . L " HAN find Caps, Tubes, Shot Poiicher. Fask, J Game Bags, etc , at " , ;-Om...9li:-t, am .Ward & Jones'' 5 he American Hnnnr. Is Published in Taa-i Oift eter Vri.biv uiorailte BY MRS. H. N, PliE'wiiTT,' . r Siibserintinn nriea, ti... d ..... :e in advance, fj ; it uot paid in aix mouths, f 4, and if not paid in twelra. months, iffl.