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Tk lllf llfll.trf, (Ia Jun fiiTTH, Kitiii.rtu rl.wf. jii.p..r'iH I; Ibt Urt and ililot !(! in llit H'.nHi in i. tl U now, It tr l.iin tiom. Hie popular r Mfrik ."iih ml nl lli rnn uf popilur SiMoiif nd iw Dolilim r bvw ll lralhl Dratarraiir I ) ti Ttrimit fditi'ina, lh Morning nml Pve lay ilulr UK'Mtr nnJ twelve yo Wtnkly . kitir, tliii papur list, I7 far, lli LarMl 'Ircalallsa ill ( I.aniarlllc, . Uamacbr. Thi Pnilf ReiriiiUr li 0(1 pur annum. Tin Wkly kffrinler in K"'t I'-i pna hurt fR of ctiaia reading for Cuuut Ciiculalivni ) 00 par aaauin. ty Advaaniaara ran finil no ancli Dirilinm for 4Manit tbamaaWai known to tl.a people of Im baj(naaippi aod tlia ariji.iiiinj( Sutra. .J KinnjiLi., KAinoNDA.Or, UCKSOX, MISSISSIPPI. oitif B Kaymuhii..., ie ft W'Htpri.K Editort. ' f iloml Uran or IIia l niteii wt hiob, uie V &itit jWiBirwirpi und Co nut j of 1 1 uitla. Tl.ril0T will lo putliojiea Weekly, year la ai)4 fpnr fttil. r'i h PILOT will ! iMoad Iui!y dnriug tin r'mm-W f Stale Legiimiiire . l ha Wrabtv adittnu wilt contain all ttiftt.ro- eiliiifr of th llouti muU Seimte, wll the Kf mru of t ahead ot Djvmnineittt, MeRHHire il : lbc Governor, and alt ollittr Jcufimnt of po litical and riirrul iitterHKt for the StHte of Miaaiaaiitpi, and will ton (a in alt tlia Public Acta, f HfuMfua, Treaties and Keportii. -i It CHfltttaWti in every couuty, and ia prolmhly td by a larger nanibfr of persons iJmu anj jiSj -r ai T'T" 'D fh Stat. TEHMH OK St'BSCKIf T10N, IN ADVAXCK. Dally for tlia eesrtou $ HO " per month I, otl Wael-Jy. six months ' ' .5 , f 1. flavinff a acurd and bona fufy cdr,c,uUtion aMonir all nwlitioil pnrtice, in Httd out of th ftie.th PILOT is'tlie UcBtadvortidiag luedinm ji1iiriiipai Attached to the PILOT office is the mont ex tattnive Uok and Tob Priittin estubiirilnneiit in 4,90 State, and una of the mtt exlviifivfl in the Mnth, with an excellent iiinnery. henrt hookb to he I rinten. neud Jtooks to be ifonutji hcnu Mrdera for Books of Record. 8rnd Orders fur I onhla. Send" OrHjia for Jetter Ileads. Send OrrieYs fmr all itindx of Plunk. Send jacdari for Memorundntn books, InUdttiudR PeitH, ' ilucwaa. Peiicile, Letter, heuai, hih) all kind of Papnr, Iegal and all other dettcripiioiis of r Envelopes. J'oc-ument jtoxea ana i.aoeiT Rtotiiair-pAoar, all kiuds of Inks, Iin)i-rt. hcuIh, J&ealinif-wnx. Paiwr weights Kraww, Penw, si.t)lt, Clip and Files, Pajer fnaners, aud all saUar aiftcles usnallr kept in weP-nppoiiited laUonar r aud printing establitilimeuttt. to , KIMBALL. EAYMOND &CO. '' 1 ' fpBUSIlRS V1LOT, '' ' ' ! AnO Stat I'l ihtera, f MATE STREET, J.U'KSON, WISSISSHTf. II B . . W apand nmrlr all of onr recaipt nd proCla in tliia 8ial,ad ara aililiiiK our mile jowarda bnildiiinr np her indnntria! iiihi itiitiona. i I iabut jnat aud fair to aak and receive the put- lanaga ef all coantr oftii'iMia thronKhout M ieaie aipai, when thej are in need of auyttiing in our Jiae of buainaaa ; pMairtrhaM, ' Drwel'rr, ammer Cam V alain(, 'hrrK IMarbaa. Hui, ( hll drea'a TMlii, mil tkn tjival lre eawilr " Aaintje t helern. Thia axtcXMitsrv Medicuie, the tame of which t a, read broadcast tlirculiout the couutrv. in tdauhtedlr iupenor to any remeajf everotfi-rfd the poblio for the comti1int An v hloli it in in anded. We have in our pnitHeapioii TevtimoniHl traiahed voluntarily by Col. Louij, late Cltief oaofiTaphical Engineer Burean at Washington en. Fin Ilenry Warreo, Uen. ricaamiton, ad uthera of the Armv, Father P J. DiiSmet, M celebrated Indian Minnionary s also erlicenof ta Navy; Surceona, Hospital Stewards, com tandera of nearly every atcaser piyinir oiklhe a4ii"ippi andtnbuU'y rivers, Ventern Sanitary jiijiid Cliriatiaa Commissionera, Armr Chnplainn, tid othara too nuoierons to mention. Likewise itebeat ancominrue of the pre, prnitdntr it vnl latde medicinal qnalities in the highesttprm. Ho iher Medicine haa stich reearumeudtioni. J. It C MAOUIKE Sole froprietora. tkiuthwcstern tarnar of.Olive and Second atreeu, ft. Louis A I f .H 1 1 . . - I LI -.1 . ... I - .... verywhera. Aircnia. fc- . AI KK8SON& HOBDINS . It 04 ta Fultoo atreet, N. Y. c hues V '- ' ".."I.. , SaiBapariJl c Fitter th Best Xonic, Blood Purifier aid 'i - Renovator of the System Extant. ...... , . ,. 'ItiaaoaxaemraUonto aay that this vulual.le (Pveparatloa baa attained a popularity anparallal- jA for aliArt tim il hathMsiD Uae. -Jt la tU- liirely different ia if composition tnm anv .other .article, and posseaeei medicinal propertiea thai flare it in the front rank of BLOOD and MOM, ACH taedieinee- It delicione eordiel to the itaata t aad wbeu balf an ounce of aoluble citrate fit iroa ta added to a bottle, it far excels any of aha preparation of bark aad iron now so exlea--aivalYeaKif for etraDgtbening th body and eii aicaiBgtbe bleed . t Ppi d aaly ly J. St C. Minire, Prngpa Au. no. vol, a ro. fi s 1 1 ' " - I "JhtniMfili III ttttl Vrit ; lltn ttgnlHtl ilrf " , Hir ffi 4j Msf Hrn nl l till M, ' i.ih;o,I!I)(.(;( t't ' lilt a ire o (; j ; J . i, 9 AIM i'THV. abcock Flro Gelf acting Engine. l or City Tonn mid Tillage l'r, 4 It more tflnctive t'lan Ilia Slenm t iro l.i j&iC-!): it is MisliilUJlu-on-ly ."'T "nd thr.iwii n pi.werful htn-mn uf cnrbouie aria fm and wnler tor anv lenirtli ol time, . Jt if the best and thnipest t ill' Knpine in th wo-ld, and rnmes wiilitn Iba liuunciul abilme of VHry pitu-e- It doea not rivinlro an expensive nyntcrn o water works, aud is nevdr out of repair. Srinl Vor Tbrir tti'cord i'. w, rAHwri.i. st't. 76 ilarket tit., Cliii'i.un. A !l Ornngrr, Olli.lini, Atfont l'J Canal Btrect Mew t'CJATUIiUAY NIOHT" 1? Tnr ISJ1. The Choicest and Most Intcri-atina "( all the Weeklies. Specimen Copies Sent r rce. Keud for One and Jml'e for Voiiralf. "Suiurdaj Night" ia read by over Ten Hun dred ThniiMiiid people every week, the Intyrst rirenlation of anv tuni y taper published in Hie L'niled 8 ates. 'I'his is the I cm proof ol its pop ularity. All of the old aud familiar writers have been re-engaged, besides a largo carps of new ones. ".Saturday Night ' f.'r 1B?3 will be the be?t voome we havo published In Volume 1 X were I'ublislied: 32 I.onir stories by the best witters inonev can procure;. ri It) Short btonos ann r.iiii'oemss toninin 01 iieuisitr Ladies; III Columns ot Latrnt Kurhiun, written in the most coiupre-hensive stvle i Coluinns of ,. it .1 I... . . -.V i .il'Ulm,-! lteinsoi uune.ni .iiiritrpi , mj .-. SWeu-nes nnd Kditorials; Coliiiiius of Wiity and Ilinni.roui I'araguiplis; TO Column of An swerslo Coi-respontlents. Making u total of Over Two Thousand large column of tho best family reading ever published m serial iiirin e.tpu.l to four or live volumes of the popular uiunthly niagaiduea, and ifubl;Khed in book form would make seventy live bound volumes that nsmilly sell for Two Dollara each. l.r.(l 00 worth of Keadiiur lor onTy Three Dollars! The puritv and moral tone of "Sutni day NiKbt" i of tli biKlieat order. K'.thing I bat can ia the least otleiid the religiuus or pelitit-al belief of Hiiy cue will he allowed to appear in its pages . , Suiiarriptiou Trice for One Year, 54 Numbers, is only l'i "II for Jix Months, at. Numbers is onlv $ 1. 60 for r'oui Months, 17 Nuinburs, isouly $1.00 .Special Terms to Postmaster same as hurt year. Address. Da.vis i Ki.vbrsok, Plop', audd'ub's. of 'Saturday Night," Philadelphia, Pa. TrtiDE M.UUC. ' Let me call ymir particular attention to my celebrated ' " ' Sarrttcctiia Life Itit.'crs. Ot the finest medicinal properties, endorsed by the Mediial Faculty In Mohile. Spirits pure us French Urandv, delightfully oordial, touic, altera five and preve'ut.ve of muluiin. livery funiilv, bar-room and aaloon use the SA KKAI'KN I A to the exclusion of Western and other Bitten. As a sequence of great demand every whole sale Grocer and Ufuvgist buy largely and sell rapidly. The price aHorda a better margin to the Trade .than any imported inferior article. Tbe 8AIUJACEKIA lathe great favorite tonic Tith the gentler sex,, children and invalids im prove rapidly nnder its influence. Popular with all classes ut borne and abroad, it it literally .in 'everybody' niouth." I sell onlv to the Trade, not lee than S.'i cases. It cau be nad in quautities to suit, of all Orocer and Druggists in ioiiWjiana, Texas, Alabama, Mississippi, and from SCHMIDT &JCKIGLFR,- , W. H.HKNN1NO At CO., ' NewOileaus, KHKDK1I1CKSOX HARTE, K. F. GEOKUEdt CO., Galveston. ; DR. JOS. TUCKER. Proprietor. M-tbilet Alabama. J. Y. HENRY, - 1; . ' A. H SANDS CO. 5 New York. JOHN K. D CKF.N. Dicken s Farry, Dog Biver. Ja,cksoa county, Miss. aepg-iy DR. N. LAMBERT, Pharmaceutist and CbcmUt, rSCAGOlXA. MISS. To be fonnd DAY or SIGHT at bit offic on the count r road, near the Depot. - American, French and German prescription carefully put np in accordance with.their respect- i.ve'uaxuuicopunae. - , G EO. dfcC, II.WMB, ATTOKyEYS AT LAW Moss Point . -, s . Miss. fy Offlea In Court Hons at the Depot Office boura .trotn 10 a K.U i p'ciock, r.M.,Tueday and ridar. A'.'T B l t,' V- ' 1 J f j ' -'''T ll!lir. i,'i Jcfli..M.J (lull i . 1 "C? u! 'A 2 tl'nl"k, "!"'r?. k"). l"i-. - -a -.' 3 I f ' t' I 1 - I over to l.iiii. t:.. llHIUnt fffiMfil It li Jli fur. c' rAflCAGOULA, JACKOON sir":; lis h if r if t f t ' 4 I' HI-. "till fif I II"' I ' I tm i nn I li I'f f'.ti . n( I. .. If It l 'if ' ! in 'n n i I r'M I r"if,;i $ l I I !,rt ''.lir'li'"'l" t,. Il ('. ft! 1' M i tit lit Kami I I v.0 I" fl n'i" 'l; a I i t ! ) nm'i r, ,t t "i i r ,rr" j 'it ) ! ftf. fV'HI iMi'ft' f'.iiiil ifl'i l f'OiU 'if ftii:'li'it "', " fHiaK'l l!.a tt' "it ' I ni'i', fcjcfy- j in ('ia (i It wo f.r IV" ii' i' iit in.!. I i In fiKirrn : (it t .i.?y ! i T I A. T. M-ir I fit" l.l"l lhl (' li" ' t i f ' if M. nr.' i tf tU'ik, ,t. M. f'lt k'ofi, r., y !rnil il Vn R .f'itri; ,n than Wfi( i I ) FurmiJ' r t'i0 oWnv imlil t!if ci.ml hnd iltfi'J J llmt Hio lute elmtion rotisutiiliiitial. (in Tu'hiIhv, C"l. 1.iij'aii fi'i'ni'''l luf'iie t'i nfnly c!t;t!i:d KmuJ cf r'u)( rv !,-oi , t Ijim iu rcrfiuit'oii a slii'iilT, buJ v-,h ri' Cftfiiii" nn mit'li ly llmt lni'Iy. ('"I. Ililiiun rlill tl'vliueij taking t!:o re pjoii:.iliiiiiy of cuncii'Jci'itjg tlio tillico until tlio coiislittitiniinlily ol l!io ike tiou. At an early hour on Thursday iiiuruiiitc Ctl. Morgan forciti!y took Ji0.-,fcfitiii, rjreting Col. Hillinrd's deputy, Mr. 1'yer. A''oui 8 o'clock Col. Ililliurd appeared at the Court house, with a po.-'fe of unarmed citi zens. He attempted on entrance into the office, when liring commenced, and he was shot down, dying" in O-hout B-hout three hours af;crward. The pnrtieu Jars nt o given below. Col. A. T. Morgan was then arrested upon an affidavit, cliirninp: him with killing and murdering Col. F. P. Ililliurd. The case was taken before llnyor Battaile, when an examination was waived, aud the Vayor ordered him committed without bail. A writ of habeas corpus was then sued out, and the cai'o taken beloro Chancellor Dieunan. Tho examination of wit nesses commenced on h iday, and was continued Saturday nnd Monthly. TESTIMONY FOtt THE PI10BECLTI0N. Judge Undaon testified thijt about 8 o'clock on tho morning of 'the dlfli culty, ho was in Nuniicnmacher'si res taurant; Col. Milliard entered, and said th'it Col, 1orgun had taken for cible poeses-sion of the fheriff's office, and askeil me what ho should dw ; he said that there was a large am "tint ol public funds in tho sale in the cilice tax collections for which he had not accounted, as well ns a number of private paper?. I told him that I thought he had better take with him a lew fc.-tpeetuble citizens, go to Col. Morgan and remonstrate with him ; that Col. Morgan would certainly un derstand that he had not taken the right course to prove his right to the office. Mr. Ililliard then went out and I faw him just afterward goinu up the s'reet toward the Courthouse in company with Air. Ricord, Mr. Taylor, and one or Jlwo others. Jds. Clarke, c., testified that when ho went homo the night before the disturbance, he met there. Alfred Small; that Small told him Col. Mor. gan would havo possession of the sheriff's oEce next morning if v BL00D HAS TO EE EPILLE0. Small said to him, "somebody will get shot." Clark replied, "it may be Morgan as well as Milliard." Small said, ''no, .it wor.'t bo Morgan ; there arc special men to be sltot at." A. M, Taylor sworn: I was at the Courthouse in Yazoo City yesterday between seven and eight o'clock. Was summoned there by sheriff Ililliird. As we came np, and about hall ' way between Collins' livery stable and the .Courthouse, Col. Jlorgan met us aud said to Mr. Ililliard, "I warn you to keep away from ,tho Courthouse; I am sheriff of this couaty." Mr. Ililliard still went on, Col.Morgan following in our rear. I stopped insido of the gate at the south entrance to the Courthouse. Col. Morgan went ahead of mo and stopped on the steps. ., Mr. Ililliard entered tho Courthouse, tmd soon after I heard several shots. . I then saw Emanuel Sicvcns run.out and stop on tho left hand sido ol the dGor; Col. Morgan was on tho right. Mr. Milliard caino- hastily toward the door, .in a - ' : sTOoriNG posrriojr, ,' t ad apparently attempting to escape from the difficulty. As he approached. ColAMorgan - ; . - ' C.. MlflB. QUMDAY '. I '-! nl !',. . n i a ti t 'i I I f. - I I':- U J i ' I I f H K .i-j-ia a -I il lt"i ii I," J'ff " H'" I . if l' fir I'n'i -1. I i il I 'f I'" f,-. A f! i .in "nl Ii" fV"l, (''. II.; i .,.1 eitli I. t ., .1 I I' .1 I'. i, rl M,t hf Ii,-. ,...r , .,Ao.r.,. in I'-.l U,';Ut4U- y.rir,.. (I.hl.r.4 h lU -l".r. t IIiIImII-'I a1'"'!? !iff?" fj.rt ffn- ,j( ' I an-l i'i va'M-ii'wt i in i i.m 'r , t ,, I ! a'l rl.nl l,d l ii'it in-i I". Wlim Murrin l'fl"l, lll'liir I I'lMi'd l' Hi'' I ft, and I r h'i;ii"4 fn'f f -I n-,f fi't otil flo with rin, p," pt 1'kIii m.m 'I'liriiff (Irfii. Mr lliriinl, wii'i WdisMlt'itninf l f it,crilT lliliiacl, vorn: 1 tnpp"l witli fVfral ll!i tfilfJ, Mr. Ilill-arJ K'i"'-t in, sti 1 Cul. M'irgan toipii'j on l!m trp, I Ihon lieiird kit-king on the door of the "h it iff: dfli'ii. an 1 iiinni diatcly gevcral rliol.t, I ;iw Col. Mignii a'lvttnec, lifj hid pi4ol, nn.J g(i p luck; ju4 hen 1 tw Mr. Ilill iard advancing in a llnding position toward the door, when Co'. Morgan ogain drew hid pinto!, piUNTBI) IT AT IIII.MAIIU A NO ftlil.tJ whin Milliard fnnk down. Ililliard did not in.-truct me to ui in inyself ; I saw no arms in hin poicsiou or with any ono with him. Ed. Mauf-ficld eworn: On our way op, about half way of the pquarc, we met Col. Morgan and Emanuel Slo vens, Morgan halted and said, "fieu tlciiR'ii, I am the sheriff of thin countyi havo pixsession of tho offioe, and I .....,.... t0 i.ocr itt-ov (nora the CoiirthOuo. Cel. Milliard rcpiitlUt. "Col. Morgan, I am the ' eriff of Yar zoo county. Follow u:e geulleinen;" Col. Ililliard walked very fast, was sonio distance in advance of tho posse when he entered the hall of the Court houFC. Iu a few seconds heard a lick or kick as if breaking down a door , heard somo ono iu-ido exclaim l'J I shoot you, end immediately a pistol was fired; saw ;iovgan and Stevens re turning to the Courthouse, in a run ; Stevons entered tbe hall, Morgan stood at tho door; heard six or eight shots Lsidc; was standing about ten feet west of the gate on tbo outside; -tho left front door was closed; could not see the firing in the houtc; saw Col. Morgan shoot from tho door, in the direction of the sheriff s office; could not see who ho fired at; then saw Col. Milliard approaching the front door, he was iu a t-tooping position and re treating backward; Stevens came to the door, turned and fired at Mill lard: Morgan raised his pistol and IIIIEO AT COL. HTIXIAKU'S HEAD, When Col. Ililliard went down; Mor gan's pistol was not more than two or three feet from Milliard's head when he fired. W. II. Footo fi., sworn: Milliard opened the door ; immtdiutely after the door was opened, there were three shots fired at Ililliard. I saw Frank Stewart and Win. A. Morgan present their pistols und firo at IMliard. The third shot was seemingly fired from behind the door. Ffank Stewart cock ed Lis pistol, pointed it at Milliard, I fired at Frank Stewart aj.'d te instant ly fell on his faco to ilio floor. Eman uel Stevens then fired nt mo from tho dcor, his ball taking effect m my left aria. I then turned and shot at him, by this tiioo Milliard ran out of tho sheriff's office, in the direction of the Courthouse fronting Broadway, Mor gan was standing in that door, he pointed his pistol at Ililliard, aiming at his head, and fired his pistol. Mill iard instantly sank to the fioor. I tiicn shot at Morgan, Stevens then fir ed at mo and 1 returned shots at Eminuel. N uioro shooting occur red in the lmll at that time. A gentleman sent his black servant to purchase Ulm a 'fresh', fish, lie went to a stall, and, taking op a fish, began to smell it. The fishmonger observing him, and fearing the by standers might 'catch tho scent,' ex claims, 'Halloa! you black rascal, what do you emell my fish for?' The negro repliesMe no smell your fish raassa." 'What are you doing then, sir? 'Why, me talk to 'cm massa.' 'A.nd what do you say to the fish, beh?' 'Me ask him what news at sea, dat's all, massa.. 'And what does he say to you?' 'Me says he don't know; he no been dare dese tree weeks." Pay your honest .debt?. JAflUAMY aflth 1074. - l,f.fr'i t fx i f'.TH' f ! 'lla r...''."l ff f .ilf V''1 ' f wf..l.liif ! Ifrf""- li'.l '!. in fnaiw r ! -'k I iff f i i4 fi irn . A It '( "' r; if iu ifM roil di'.tt an I 'if . tf..MK-!;..u ill .f lM.Tf.t llt ftirfM fif... H.f t in !!,! M Ml I'.-n.-i Cn f I, hi-. ...I I fr-i,', , "'Hda - ,.,i!,, j I ,fo, Uii- If.ai n.,nf, .trt .V f,a ! I '1 l'i" liftfi'l 'f nl III" 'inmirn ni . I 111. 11... l'i ."ii'ifff (1 t;n iilii'ifil U'lii, I Wyli, Munf'inl n p'tlfilf I ."''" ' iiii- ant an P innlits ( 'dmrii 1 1 I " . Illt'iat rtf ll''ffl faMt fl Itif.lifHlf!'! . re I fn"( t proMptlf for lhi IrniHi lion fif l't)-i!lirj) n U Pppoinff d, Tliia f oinir.it'rfl hi luad't roil Irrtrt i ii h Tunil.iiH l!rotii, of J! tl li'norf, l.y whUli Hio ,-!mtlirii MitfC iMinn" in mri'ln tho Of'l'in of the Ho cMy ; add ihfl .W-tnr. Turnhiill ngrptf ir publish twenty pngr-a month ly fire (it co-t to flio Hocinly, and of tl.a M.ia'.il."." Tin y ilea figron to print ot n inotln raio ruin per pijo h ninny ptigrs of "Trniiaelion'' an we may dc?iro to publish, Odncral Wade Ilutnrton has taken immediate charge of the extension of tho in(.nibcrhio of the socifty, and ha selected prominent gentlemen to iiid him in tho several Southern Stales. The price of a lifc-aicmbersip is fijO. The foe for annual membership ,3. The subscription pi ice of the "Southern Majaz'no" is $f. pfe-mcmbcrs nip entitled to the "Magazine" nnd to all other publica tions to the Society during life. Annual membirs are entitled to all -frUbjications not in tho "Magazine." All tubscrTuffrVAOJL0 "Jlagazino' will receivo a luost escdlenl tuOEith!, periodical, with tho Historical Ap pendix. Tho January cumber will be the fust issued under the contract of the Society. ' Tim archives of the society, accu mu'ated in Nev Orleans during the past six years, have just arrived here. and aro now in Colonel 1unfordV charge. From many ources the materials lor history have been offer ed us. Ono distinguished genthmcn has collected all the reports of battles and skirmishes throughout the war printed and written carefully ar ranged, aud amounting to 2,000 oc tavo pages. Another has offered us the history, carefully compiled, of ono corps of the Army of Northern Vir giniain all, 1,000 pages. Gen.' Stephen I). Lee has for warded tie records and order-books, etc.. of his corps of the Army of Tcr.nes.ice. A gentleman of Richmond has placed with Col. Mumford a large amount of material collected and pre pared for a history of the war. Bu sides tb.cso , important accessions, many others of great interest and value have been placed &t cur ser vice, which will bo duly acknowl edged and reported. . It has boen proposed by tho Exec utive Committee to cover the wholo .course of the war , by papers from those leading men who bore a con trolling part in the great drama, and whose names will be vouchers for the truth of their statements. . Arrangements hay.a also been made by the committee to secure lectures or orations from Southern gentlemen to be delivered in this city thiongh out the winter. , , Our purpose is to keep alive tho interest which has been aroused in this great work, and to iuduce all who can to aid us by by becoming menbora of the Society aud by send ing ns papers of historic v alue. We desire every man and woman who can to send us authentic narra tives and documents relating to tho war. Files of newspapers published dur ing tho war, scrap-books of nows paper art cles clipped and preserved during tho war, will bo valuable. ' L 1 We ask for tho individual expe perience of privato soldiers, scoots, or any others engaged in the war ; and especially do we beg that any man who occupied a responsible place in tho service of the Confede racy shall now record and enablo os to preserve the history of his administration.- ' ' - " :i As this taten.cnt muFt ,be,of gen eral interest to the whole of our peo ple, I hope the that Southern news papers generally will give it free ro production, and oblige, youri respec lully, Barney If. Mary. 373 ftflf 'if ( f ., i tt.m"thtl ! 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Baik'T he.ird it and gustnl the cause, but be thought if horuidied out on the Flreet now ho might be s'lot by a police men, so, os ho had the window near ly fipen. ho concluded lo endeavor to try lo get safely Into tho house. But just as he began to climb in Chub, arrived, and seeing Barker's legs hanging from the window he first emptied a load of bird-shot into them, and then set his two dogs on them. In less than a minute Barker bad a dog on each leg, nnd ho came to the ground screaming murder When Chubb recognized him, ho called off the dogs and apologized, but as no amount of explanation TWHJ-&4ca'i those shot and those vig orous dog bil?8,--B.arker refused to speak to him, but'crawIcd&jjM'airs to bed, whero he is yet. He has inti mated to his confidential friends, that while Mr. Chubb undoubtedly is a valuablo neighbor in somo respects, ho infuses into his an.i-burglar oper ations entirely too much sincerity and enthusiasm. Max Adeler. , The whites in Halifax county, Virginia, finding after t!.e war that tliev were greatly outnumbered at tho polls by tho blacks, were influ enced by some of the most intelli gent leaders in the Conservative party to adopt aw policy ftkich might bo advantageously imitated in other parts of tho South. Instead of plac ing themselves in antagonism to tho colore 1 people tho' sensible whites set to work to conciliate them and gain their siouCdence. In J 809 they nom inated for the Legislature two ne groes whoso" views were in accord with their own, and elected them. There is a negro majority of about r:jKW in the county. Since then, by a coutinuanco ol the samo concil iatory policy, the Conservative whites have been gradually increas ing their influenco over their colored neighbors until at last this negro county,4 with its yast preponderance of black voters, has elected tp the State Sea ate Major Ragland, a white conscrative, giving him a majority ol four hundred and fifty ovo'r a carpet bag by the namo of Eddy, who ran against I im. ihe interest of the. whites and blacks in the Southern States are indentical j the prosperity of the former master is essential to that of the Ireedman, who depend Q.ainlj upon them for employment tu't sub sistence. Ihe whites cannot take too much pains to impress this truth upon tho minds of the colored men aboi.t them, as they appear to have done successfully in Malfax coanty. Meridian Gazette, 1 Peoyebbj of ths Bilusg& Fam ily, Preset ved by Joshua Billings. Don't swap citb your relations on less you ken afford to giv'etn the big eend of the traid. . ' " , Marry young, and, ef cii.cuTnstancosJ require it, often, Don't mortify the tlesh to ,mnch ; Jt wasn't tho sores on Lasserus thai sent him up to heaven. El' you Hch for faim, go inter a graivcyard, imd jvcratch yourself agin a tumestun. " Filossophera tell us tho world re volves pa its ,pwn axis, and Josh Billinus tells you that full half the folks on airth think they are the axis. N. K These are proverbs have stood ahnndrcd years, and huin't gin out yet." WHOLE Mo. " (,, . I VI'(M, "tM fflK I tVnl I !-; tno) mb'ti I ftiiad) a . ft.t) f'.-rf If, A ftfy Uitf ,S.lsVl, ,r ii glfl I) a iV.l, !k, ti t,f ll. riir.Mf kmf ptnft, f'nfl fifily It Mi., r id, "(, r, l?f t'l" At tfi;!.f n"(.fi4f In .Vi.i. ( (U.r i,al''. t( fn'm''' f l-ratH, "letr-l (Kt knrM lh Civl Tff'fc'fi ""f iKwrf It rVt. fif If', Jf ? IllTI 'l' ltl) f.tir flnftf."' A J'K-fcey t a tut. Uo l.a.J Ur (yniiifi'l witli eotihtrTfini for a h'iri) th it lip;ii(0 I lo hr bil l vp, firfrr I lo th l'r, Hi it hn'lmik cl fruit In l f ir'." i,' m'.I rh roiir.try m m; "nrnl If yon had look, ihroni. a 'lmliT' a lon tt fil you won! ! Im 'ptito In I'm face lo1)." A perwfn fniirarored l pro r Dr. Johnvm, that fin ftfhcUt may bo nian of good moral character. 'Sir n'd tho doctor, "whrn man reject hi nlle'ianro to I. if great Creator, what has l.c to restrain liim from tho perprtration of criun's If art nthclit ' watt to drink tea with m, I should look very rnrefully after my gpoona.'' TiiEite aro spventy bald Luatlct men in Congres.'. No onprejtid;cei ' mind can look down from tho gal leries upon that Lake Superior pf of absent hair without a feeling fif regret that tho absence is a thinir with which tho peculiar skill of th " aborigines had nothing to A.-ti-Louisville- Courier Journal. , 'i An eccentric old fellow wlloltvetj alongside of a gravcyurd was oskct if it was not an unplcasent location. f'Xo" sai'4 lie, f'J never jined places in my life with a set of neighbors. who minded their own business so stfdpy os they dc." pya3 tney ,c. X prcjachcr took colleTtio on Sunday, and found, when his ha$ , was returned, that th ro wasn't, a penny in it. "J thank my Ood' saidj tie, turning me uat upsiue oown, ana tapping the crown of it with his hand; "that I had got my hat back from, this congregation." . It is told of a young gentleman whom a lady liked, but her father din't, that at a reasonable h,onr the , old gentleman mildly intimated- that the timo for retiring had arrived. "I think you are correct, ray dear pr answered nineteenth peLtury, jnod? estly, 'wo have waited for over an hour for you to put yourself la your little bed.' The father retirer thocghtfully. ; " ' Dear old Aunt Sarah," said a. school-giil, "don't see very well and last Sunday the wss buzzing around gotting retdy for churchy looking for umbrella, sjiecs, o-veryboes. and last, not least, her prayer book. The latter she thought she had se cured by grabbing something off her. bureau at the last moment, but when she got to church it proved to ray muriual box, and the old lady, in tryj ing to find her jdaxva in .this, uncom? mon book of prayer, touched iho rpring, and it went off in fine, style to the tune of 'O, Jim Along, Jim Along, Josey.' ;' A Secbet organization pxista iu in Cuba not less terrible than the famous "Thugs" of India. A few days ago Sve dead bodies were found in the strceC offHavana, each with a iUaby xlir.pugh the Jieart Scarcely a morning passes j&ai lh,e ghastly traces of this secret hpdj rf not discovered.' It is a terribly sig.- nifieant fact that in every instanc? the yiofmi of jgatdoht assassination has been a Spaniard, who was known, to have been conspicuous in tho ,h,or? rible outraKoa that have been perper trated . upon thfl . . families of Cuban i sympathizers aad; meni bers of the Masonic fraternity. . ; When Ilenry the Sth Fas dying, he bad recommended it to hia cxecutois sto attempt, by every means in their power, to b"D about the marriage of his son Edward and Mary, tho young queen of Scot? - Jn order to accom plish tlus purpose, the protector made war o Scotland, and published a loor manifesto, stating the advantages that this match would prodoce to botk klngdoma. Lord EunUey, however, smartly observed, that ''ho disliked not tho -match bnt haled the 'man nr tt woo'ns,'1" ' . ' .