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mm mmm mw tu 3. M. THOMPSON, VOLUME 1.1 PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING, ON NORTH STREET. (PROPRIETOR. OXFORD, MISSISSIPPI. THURSDAY. APRIL 12, 1866. mo. 21. J. . MOKftlS. Attorney At Law, PORT GIBSON. MISS. (jProapt attee'ion given l all Uui ueM entrusted to hi eere. Jaa. 18. '6i vlalHf FRIERSON & CLARDY. .tttmrmey it Lmw ASS SOLICITORS IN CHANCERY. Oxruaii, Mis. UT OJict at M,$. WMm'. Jen. lt, '00 vUOly at fKFfE IS AVKJITit RUN k. 0XF0RD, ... MlS., WILL practice their proeVeioa ia the County and Circuit Cawm of North Mississippi. IVempt attontion givra to the eeJksUaa of eUuas of every eWitp- Jaa. 4th. ltoy. -v lolly PROP. LICUARDONS SELECT 6CHOOL FOR VrC LADIES. OXFORD, MISS. For particulars, addrwss Paor. W. 3. Raitaanae. Refer to the CmVs ceikr of thi University of Mississippi rha Re. J. N. WannsL. D. 1 . who i. laminar with the internal arret gemcut uf the school. Osford, Nor. 30 linn Mi GEORGE W. CARDWELL, TISPLATE k SHEET IKON WORKER, OXFORD, - - - MISS- W JILL do ail kinds of Job Work and Guttering 00 short notice. Or- Jen 4th. ISM 0.VFElTi0.Ydt V, A.y D WN n , aa "B T nUTTThV UIIMI1 XV JL AM IAe AAA Ai South-Wat Cor, afortl, - Jubiie Fqure, Mian.. WILL keep a good supply of Con fretionaries togelber with Floor,; turn Ural, liii on, Lard, Batter. Mo- : buMi. B:sa. Cbei, Jes4!es engas, . . ... . 0 . , 1 Ivnve. lobaceo, c.gtrt, soaps, row Shot. Cans, aad alassat every reaerally kept in a first elass Coelse- tiary or Family Grocery Store. Uirh Mb. tiC-ly H. W0I1LLEBEN, B L.1CMS.H iTH msA .Sadf Pmkke Soman, OXFORD. MISS. IS p repaired to do all kind of work generally done ia his I ins of hnsiaim. Particular attention given to Irooiap Carriages. Buggies aad Shoeing Horses Not. 23, Ira. sTMwftll Watches, Clocks and Jewelry Re paired on reasonable term at my Resi dence , in Oxford, Mies. S. T. KING. Dee. 1st, 65Tlall-tf B. P. HOWELL, Cabinet Maker, OXFORD. - "VlSS. RESPECTFULLY informs the pub lis that ha is prepared to Mane mature all artiefts la his lite of heaviness sad also Repair, Clean, Varnish and! Upholster old faraitare. da 4 WB-sUSlj C. S. W O R D, Osfsrd, Ms ng to the public that he has a asAmtioaeer. A" tc his rare will be propetJy aad prosapt. hy attended to. Dee. 7th 1&65-4X l. H. WALLAOC, OIPOMD, .... MISS.. WOULD n hi. 'odt that be a attii at to aid hsm.ua of Maw b, mmtmaM I 1 faenssailhnseWss wsardwork. He wa psatorm hss anrk in tvis and at aheat satis 1 and we. hk, lltsj yUtlr WOKLEY. CUttrn Bntldtr, Oiokb, Mississirrt. RESPECTFULLY inform the ' public that he is proper ed to Jo all work ia hi line, wi'b dispatch, aad , ia good atla. Ha hs aasnraalad wab him Mr. JOHN W. WORD. Who will sttend to Jobs of Plaster ia Tiuv will take contracts in the irarantij. ana mi any paiH I Mm ('ealral Kail Koad. Oskjrd, Miss., Nor. 19. l8G5-nl6m G. C. Boot WEBER. 8c Shoe (At hu lenlrare. East SieW T n OXFORD. - MIVS., Would respectfully inform the public that he has jest receivad n fresh asm. ply of the best quality of Leather ana ! :s prepared to put up work of the beat t -reality. ai,d in the very best style. j Those wishing the eery best articles of Boats or Shoes would do wail to gist n . si Qini call. Oiwrd. Dec. SI. '65 vlu5-if GILBERT'S BtacLnmilh 8hp, South Sid Public Samarr, OXFORD. MISS. THE public is iatormed that Ortnar im anil hmuhI in bliekaaaithiaw. at the old stsad. P.'tknl.r sttcstioa gire. w. rrouiag wrufoor, arrw(r', uaggiw sad Sboeiag Horses. Several azpe rieaeed Smiths employed. Work done to order ia quick time. Hot. 23 tf WM. FRIKRSON, South. WtH Carmr htbtic Sftmn, OXFORD, - - - - MISS.. 117 Oil LI I ressiaatfnllv sail the sttoa- Tf tson of the pablie to U. fact tba a a a r it, a 1 ai I be nas opened a m Omok omitn anop in Usmrd. near the) Bonth-weat tjarnarl . a . 1 or IBS ramie ounais, waere no 11 mw nam A aa sto all eak ia has linn, in anad eah. Hs is narttsalarly skilled in j sw.t U. Not. 3a. l8fi5-Tln2-tf Dr. D. Aitfrews, PrmrUekmg Phtfkemn, OXFORD. - MISS., GOLD respectfeiiy iesder his pro- si servtom to the SAttseas Oslord and sai rounding cenatrj lie hut just rteasjved a large supply sf ssedioines. He would any to those in debted to htm tor Servians isnl.rrf daring the last six years that he will take provision at fair prises jx grssa backs at par, ia peysjeat,' between this and aba first day of March im. Jaa elk, 188r)B6lr Union Hotel, Beall & JOHIfSOJS PROPRIETORS. I.eiimflon, - - Kiaa., WOULD most isspietfally inform the public that they are vet prapristori of THE VS10N HOTEL, aad am thsnkftjr for the liberal patronage ex tended totkeas for the last fiftoan years. aaa bow promise 10 no aii taj eaa tot or ' . ve . a 1 add to the teasfcrt er those who may give them n tall. There is a Daily ilaak, aoaaoeted with the Hotel, that runs from Lexiacton to Ltorant, aa the Miss Cob. Rail Road, where the travel ling pwbfis will he accommodated is that partieukr. Wa also have a Livery Swbla connected with oar hosns March ?Vth. 1866 nllW JAMES (TGR1DY. MTMrdtgjr OXFORD, MTS?., WOULD respectfully inform the public that, hs ia prefasTed to do all kinds of Plain and Omamssial PUttarmg. in the brat style and upon sheet notrce. He w ahm prepared to do any kind of Slatein-' on roofs oft buildings, all oat side work in lb line of Caninoe Plaatsnnff. either in Lime ' or Cement mortar. In Put in er Baited ' Ashkr work. All work warranted. Orders solicited Feb Sth. 1866-tf Monev ILL j 11 in iilill i to as toll find Clm Raswato, apaa wham they as laaisffaley nei t earl a we aa ha want ai rat sty 1 WEBBER ft W ATKINS. Qxiure, Han, Fab. 15, ilnli tf ft. f, THOS. J. HENLEY, (i"jnacrly Healer O ) Cmmmtaaiwm .Werehmnl, SEAL ESTATE AGENT. GENERAL COLLECTOR, No. 91, Caserncr Srexrr, St. LOCK, mo. I paj personal aad particular it tea- j "j fin'" orders, C"fr aad eeting a. agent all buins entrusted to my ear. March, Sib IS60 if wM.MLsrs.LssD. tin. stsrrs LACKLAND It MARTIN, Attorneys At Law, No. 91, C HIST IT Stsikt, SAINT LOUIS, MM. Han-h . m tlaU If JOIIN W. BUSKETT, ITM G. D. Humphreys, WhtJtetmU Grttcer, NO. 05 NORTH SECOND STREET. SAINT LOUIS. Jaw. IS. W-rlnOtf 8 It wart's. OoBunarclal College. M DONOUi.H'8 BUILDINGS' 1 So n nhn ami, mHj .yaisBs PtTac, BT. LOOM, MBBOUai. Dm la wtfi etrss tot U etsnabte ta Pre ia 0M ratare. aad tost Par UMeosgasees sad ear Csaem sad Veto of I a ink to ssnsssea (VeueaM) to aa? other ia Oat eaaawy. Oar srseawwa T ; mrMmam - - vJP"en HmUik at ta-u Mta.eUM mot asn-eaasat. inn tsa, a at. Tt. 5 -f - lexpeneaee beaweeaefni in paaiuaala ate aiaanSi sesnvess ra each avvasertoaa V csstb , are woesaet. esueavwez 1 aadUsHsersnT Law. ti sa. r isstanasra caU at tto CoOag chabi.es frnnrART. HL Last. Mo.. men H to aattly all rf hi aUrefe IS, ISSS-vlal !y r. a. BOSL. C. L. I scnActaaioaa. FRANK S. NOEL It CO. Commit ion MrrckanU ann - Oaitral Pwrekaaiag Ageati, Ma. Uf. Noam Sscswta Smsrr, i ST. LOOS, MO. u. tast aa NEW STORE. -BASEMENT OF THE- CUMBERLAND CHURCH. DRY GOODS ! JaVAS, BRIDLES, Cslieaa, Fisnnefe, Alpaca, Omghama, Ltosoya, ,1ms. i ici mr a aiexmc. a writs. Twrlle. Ttm mZ " Nsto. oiha nr ri.n'rtiTvr: Hats, Boots READY MADE CL0TUIMG ALSO SsdtswsV Bridtos. Traees. Collars. AW, An. I hope by shaahiiiaim of my mujsk: sith sll. to reduce my the smhttoraarsjy. taeasm.su my steam esasee pafnhealag D M. SMITH Feb. tS, 1 rial! tf The caare at laslmcttea saiSesees try neak KessSay, nrasaMatc. PMrnaaaaas, I Keaitiak tiraauaar. CuamusraU U, aad the TmTssseaw wtom toa atmsoei ilm' awsjasaws atai peal (jt sM Jalrnn. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY 8. M TH0HP80H, Proprietor TERMS OF STJBSCR1TTIQH : One Copy, 1 yrar, - - - 94 00. 1 " " B man (At, 2 SO. oifgl LopsM, ia. . - IS.' RATES or AinruilNm.: For tntk utuat of tn I tie, or Ires, tl 60 Jot Ou ft tt Msrrtwa, and fi A ItUreJ deduct to mads to 'near adrtttutPg 09 tit year. MBOWNLTiW IN 1MB. .lanestwcssrj nndtdattt far County In the year 18S9, it will he rsmem pim, 10. For StaUamd District, Urni W. G. Urasrnlow now Gee- Z PRESIDENT JOHNSON. The Washington corrrspoLdeat af Alulitian preadwr to Philadelphia, tc!ch:!drcs sdt them sll if yea had nut the Commercial aavrt 'whom he wrote a sense of letters, from 'beti. r change your programme. If ihe The President does not get drunk ; ftk of which the following is anrespoi.se is not satisfactory .all a pray -u temperate and abstentions in aii his D rrtil so doaht ho read wtth er nuretieg, and hare Wemlel Phi'Gj. , habits does not touch Ihiuoc of any kind, and has not since the day of the inauguration. I As to kis policy, the ansae csjtmo- ijac 4. Andrew Johnson is a honest and patriotic a man as liraa on earth. He is just aa combs tire nod stubborn as be is booast. o. Dear to him as his first -bem, yea. aa the breath of Ida nostrils, ia his "policy." Before h determination to sustain and carry throur'ti inat poircy, " er cemside rations must go down. r .k.. m i; k. ,m ik. u J party, were it necessary. He unsaid mcnice nay and nil personal friendships yea, bra eery life would weigh nothing ia the scales against his deterainauoa to carry it through. Why 1 Because ha baa, after long days, aad weeks, aad mom ha of earn- eat thought, study aad prayer, eonclud-j . -inLMB - k,. amudt. ,Qll T. " . It. However ere may differ with him ia are can but admire his Spartan courage. aad dauntless "What ia die President's 'policy.' on which he ia risking aa much ?" y mquire. "What is this chimera. this phantom, this into stfarsu 'policy' that is leading the Preside at this wild That I can hat fully answer. Hia message, veto aad speech will best give it The principal iagiedianli of that policy are: 1. That the CBnWBiiiatssI rights of Jus States and the people thee oaf shall not he iniu aged er trampled span by the General Government. 2. That the States have the tight to far themaaleis the qaahfina of voters, aad that the UaaeralLhe in an move interfere with that right in Sooth Carolina than ia 3. That wrrenever a member of Con gress from any awe of the thiny-aix States preaaati himatlf fur s seat in Coagreta, and ana take the oath pre scribed for each and that body 5 Cuugieee right to 1 anil apply to tot not mvMionsry legis- J the country, oa that only apply ks a part of that body er a part of (be States. j 4 He does nuthelteve in the Stev en doctrine of "State Snicide." I A He is opposed to negro at this tune; thinki they are far, and have am ae rag aaa te caaamty to iutefligeatiy exercise that sacred fat dangerous privilege. The , President will asp aJJ the power be has, is the war of , esce, to bring "e m has wiV eat al aTtosa was are aeaiaa mm. For thia ho osaaat he hiamart. Anew I ed mdl ?hT tke Cab. sod Aajataay-aanaral tjsaaaa are aato- iioasij opposed to ue t restuesL A nay are iahariai mans etosssmte ia the Csi- at ie with the radicals ia Can- part af aad snavemenu af the Prrai dent In the new deal. Mr. Seward, M timc. I'wffoisi I McCulloch and Mr. Deaaiaon woul.l probably he retained. They are in harmony with the President: stand by and support him as s gainst the Radi- calf. Siaaton. Harlan, Speed and Mather Wel'es mill probably retire. Tb MUer bar tea aad warm corner I am satisfied that no man can act as mediator ia this cosiest the man who anratuit will he grow! to powder between this adrancing glacier. Con -j ,(.;. : : " ' . . . - ' of Tennessee, had a protracted leanest n with a Rev. A. Pryne, an a . atereat now, espectslly by the Cover- nor ? admirers if ha has any: After alluding to the probability of the sboitiomi iasshin the Union jly their fsaalical procanding. he ssyj: "But, sir, the South can in two months enter into an alliance vriih England or France, ssmmsrcisl aad lolitical, odan sirs and dsfsaaires and in swbsr case h will be altar rain to the Northern States of than Cnutmhtacy. Engkad aad Franca want oar rice, tobacco and cotton, bat they don't want the asrora - actum of New England. An alliance between England and these Southern States, wilt break down the eaistiag!"' P ' unity's laws and tariff system, dtorrtonjmting in favor of .New England naaafactnres, at a rope of snsd, and scatter all yoar hopes to jibe winds, and coming at once ia col lision with your sncient competitor, and ber law wages, without that protection which has built Op alt your cities am! towns, you must be destroyed. When ever such an alliance shall be formed. and ear eattan and other proeWts are at either Liverpool er Havre, land purchased age in at high rates- New England will the hand -verb ling en the trail. I sir, vjuld favor aa alliance with France aa a means of more effectually twisting and rtarving mil the aboli monarch of the Preach, would unite with as oa our own terms, aa h would sQurd him nn opportunity to crush the tu arrei and manufactures of Old England, and make her feel that she ie dependent upon her ancient enemy, aa well aa atone for villainoos treat meat uf his illustrious uncle, Napeleea IU,mlr T)imir Ikna I'nwMi Va villains, and we shall at viw thi propoaition at once to Louis Napo leon, n most mgartoua monarch, and h) qtrsner at New Orleans g6f) aad at Caeeaneaae 200,606 more; we weald then inmaweJ the Mississippi valley, whip the North western States itro oar Southern Css iederwey, aad wa would then tarn ape the New Eaarhmd fiantea, aad eaus ihe hurricane of civil war to efhtweep aad Dtxsna'stiae the cad of Maine, ami I we footnote on the Face to face, knife ofi"J at grot m u fen bah African race! Sir, if the faantscnl, wicked aad in fernal course penal d by yea and your the ressftwtl! tone Ihssre asiA ad yen ir sAildren witf bus see k. fPstofneed poverty aad enanay are al ready raring soma of year asaaafnc ia the fans. We to Priao 'aaarwuhg haidiearnf E khose 'tors af the Wf got inly j tee et Cmtesraiaal Carry aa fatnT tb leak wah yours sad our own bisod, r ami wah the rengaace of aa aafariaud ft the mat shaajtaan to knife, staal to are vrcatd cause yon to bleed peae, aa araahi amirs yaa re e Wear agwoies of eessth, that ever fek any crmocaa far the r raaea far gaaaa. saddsStTngTewrheU-lrbe eahar maahmtate. haasW-aWmhera tow toe At she three dan' bar.!? of Casta, 'foe. era mil I upon ou in ibe'Nonh. at tU hour of midnight, and a long a 'a hariftt arairh ran be foond, are will barn ap your substance ! Now, Mr. Pry tie, may I a4 yoa and your f-ilow laborers in the caunf th dtril, to pause, and lift ike veil of iln future, act a quarter of a century ahead of you, awl ue yoar inlaense to ray the fanatical hand raised to strike the blow of ruin to yoar country f t alt around you a council uf your brad sirs and warriors. Senator Seward. Josham H Giddingt, Chas aad Frrd IXMigia, for whom you are doing juurney work, aad go to that victim in ih lunanc asy lum Gerrit Su.th, whose tool yuu ln -been for years, and upon vrhene mm,. you hare Ined and fed yaur wife and Reecher. Cheerer, and a9 the lung, faced hjporries ubo insult trod, aid imK'k religion by calling upon him fur merry pray old Jobu Browu and bu confederates out of bell, where tb.- whole batch of you are going with light ning spaed! Ask God to forgive you far your wirkedners praying anemia ; evening and noon, with your fare to ward Harper 'a Ferry! Ask ht u to wash your filthy Jartueti .-. ftuatt the stain of blood of yoar Ksnsas and Yh -giaia murders, aad itnportuue hiiu un til you get your answer -"go and tu no more sin no b ag. r again t con Constitution. lont pray for heaven, fur no power ran qualify you to walk the streets of the New letusalem! Don't ask for Berry, for the wingnJ iars.ssr.ger can mar r light on such nit an aad detestable creature.''. Don't aL tu ha imniehed in hell, for tLvt would be mad nate to yott crimes! Ak to be amuihdatol or banished to the anjaa verge of astronomical iiuagimuiou, where the ghuft of a aegru snj' ssv-r nas sp ts remtsd ysu f.!srr yuu Una- to no brBatav Boout We have ofteu braid ladiee express a de sire, says aa exchange, to Luow by 1 what nracrsa the to ntoaa ahainat 1 1 sa new bnersr, rdtot I I'lati, ,! peudaasd, and in order to prstifv them . ubniit the following receipt for making gam araatc starch: Take tw aemnts fine white gam arabic powder, pat it torn a pitcher aad pour aa a a pint er more of boiling water accord ing 10 ibe- degree ol ehraagth yoa de- ft ! I , . " " all atahL In aha saaraiar mr cat e fully from the dregs, faun a etoea battle, cork it and keep tor ease. A ub.esp.Wul of rum a pint of starch made in the 1 mrr, null gin in either wham or print sd lawns a took of arnnaa. ashea aanaing else can rsstoss mam after washing. Much dilated, it is atea good for thin Was.U hat been 1 the csone of tha war to stele u v the b'oodiest one ia the history af the eraehl; hat the foitoaasg parapsasft. Hipped from oar ear ha ages, mny as- aae who art not famiirar wah awstery: At tha taktog of lianulia by Tttm, 1,006,000 Jews died by sl.undaar and famine. , . Marma,a one slaughter of the Teu- tona, near Jhix, Uft 2U,UtM dead. at one time shtughiored .'!T. 000 mftahitnnt. of Setoncto Prohan pat te death 766.660 Gaa's their eeaanry. had te ksS 360, Us 1 to stop a revolt in the city of Tha Jews of Asieh gat mud at trilled ever 106,606 af that rathe five millions of ! fires. gmP A Bndscal erwaa ae Prmideat, ia hs 22a af Feftretrr speech, struck foul.- Tha ghost af I Use pear aaaa Owct knows that he a town Lsmsiihj Jserenf. t