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''""-wj i)X7 A ?ixm i.n Itn i, I;, l1-I7.n v. liliyhicillll. !i i I' il j'ift gM-l'I'it' 1 !:' 11 Missouri State I niieit-Hv. n ml nnii'ml ! It iw liMnr in Illinois I'm 'i' l.il to tint i.itnr a I-i-l v l" '"" I-'" 'I'll- J-iHH(f jliyMclllll. Willi III"! ) I"'' " '""III Rtilor wliilll UlllS " l.iif.'lil.'v M !' I - ! ? s .f (ill s'lldolllrt, I'll I'.n f. hul, I. nil,. , ,i,, ruled K "fiiljcit" or r.v! iv, t fr ill--, ciioo, Iv d.-K.Tlfltil'K Villll-,' 'Live HI 1. IV Ml I..' rm-ai tl.is !iot limine lH" ". ni'i! """'""I WHS ll f"l I.i lull 'ft III. 'I I.H'"I ill III' luimU ill" nit . Hirer f -ivc, v. I.i It ln ill ! frw in,, men's n I'd r tin- l;;.'ii i i'lf" ct-rouuuiy win jii-i l'inii"il. Tin' fi '! I ',' n l'l"",v, tlie l,ri,l jri cMiiii'm , ..-iliiiii Timv rrit'iily be linairiuril I ln.v 1 ii ll--"" lv iioeininlle. and tie j it H m. ik if n tiling but ftjfii'i-iiMr. I.i' llitt esraiio. Tic , l!:i i-r 1 ..II I , II l ii ,' ll 'IV- . tol mined til III. ll " invii;f (.'riiulcil liim tlie jirivilvp- nf nvii ( 't I"' vale j lis In iilr, I." retired url ln-r In 11,1,111, l,!ll),' ll.'l f.IlV.Vtll, j.lll,ll I'ldlll tl,'' wiinliiw nii'l i -i "I II.' . iin-ui.il I'.i many diij . I. ii lii.iiH,v i, .'..,. ! i-lfl I'- Jiureiii i. iumI ' lili il in Mi mini. A yi ut iiIit lif waioieiid ii.i" N ' M.xii'"j mill from ilii'tic", in lli" '! ''I' n tvw y hk Iih found lim w IV in'" .'iilitm niii. Jlniii.;.' Ilia wmiilri Iii(;k In- I, ml l.iiliil In rm ri-fjunil wi;li liin wilr, iiii'l .In1, In lirvin' liim ilrii'l, innrritil nL'nin. Al'iirn lim h" li iiim il liii" i'nct, liiil (j-'ti'i iiiim 'I In ri iiiiiin ill-nil t.i !n r, mid it urn mil unlil n fVw iiiniillm n,;', In' Ajlfri'll' 111 fli'turllllliltl inn. jfkJif,.ili;( fit Jiiclt tip A "inT jmbMplii'il ill one ol lli.' Wt'Kti'lH ritli'H. Ill) H'ft'1 lilt lUllllllil lit till' ili nlli of lln- Imiilmiiil of Ilii wili', iiinl knnw iug InT to In' IVi'i', Im winli' tn lit-r, Hinting tlmt Im Hill livi'd, nii'l I'lii'i lr.U il In r ini'iimry At) gricii im wlnu Im kifil Inr li' in purling tiiin-li'i ii yi-ni ah. Tin- il'i-- iilnw n ci'ivi d lln' l -'t' T. mid wliiln bin; h-.t! tin' Ally InVe n tiinii"!, And t-lm )(-! iniili'.l Id join liim. 1 iii-ji'ihiii( of In r ,rii,i i'y, hln-, ilii A (lmliltT. hvi lvn yi nm of ni', Inok tuininp' 1'nr 'iililiniii'i. wlii'i'i tln.y aiiivrd mi TliuiKiliiy Imt, ninl v.i'ii. n, i t on lln- wlnul ly lln- nlil liilili.liiil. lin c.iinlilfli il t ln-rn In 1 1 1 H Cnfiiiiii'ililnn linli'Ii M'lii'ii' lliry ivinniiird till a lict'iiMi; wiik n m iiri'il mill A liiiiiinti r iv Jniirrird tin' j inr f i , nf'icr wliiidi lln.y nn cvi'di il In lln- Iiiiiim' ilml I'U'I lii'i'ii iri.nin'il fur llicni, And wlnu' liny, mi Tlniii!!iy veiling, inti-iliiinrd tj 1 1 i t n 1 1 h 1 1 1 1 1 r of frii iidK. Tmlvi llm im iili iilH of ir.il lili' Ain lin Ii' Htmlling And 1 ntiiiilit ic. 1 1 1 a tl llm wilileHt funi ir ol tlie iiiiniiiii iri Still J'riin liiro, Ctilijol n m. Tub riiii.ondi'iiv hi' I.himi men lli" of iii'. AlinoKt nil dii iniiiililirlil, jiiH-iniinl, liii'liliil in I tut fi'W of lliflll- of Imdilv toil, or of Ai i iili'iil. J Ii Aiilin tiiiitM, evi n finlili iilv iin-'i,illH kill lili'll 'J in-cntniniiii ex- jneKhion, "cliokiil ttilli jnihi-iiiii," Iiiik litlli' exnfriri'iiilinii in il for evi n llmnli nut middeiilv f'lliil, Hlroiij; (KiKhintin ulinrli n life. Si roiir Lndieil tin ii olii n die yining- w nik in,. II live ImifriT limn (lie hlinii', lor flnm men umi 1 1 1 1 . i r 8' relict Ii, nml lint Mink Inn v lioliu to nil'. Tlin latli'i' dike cm i ! of llii'in HrlvcA, the 'irnier do not. An il in tvitli tin lioily, en it it "ilii (lie tnilnl ft ml tiiiii"t, Tim Mronff lire iijil In Inenk, or, l.kc n (.iinlle, ti) "run ;" llm wi nk l inn mil. Tint infiiinr in miiiniiln, wliiili pem riil, n-tiljir And lein niln I i v Ci'iieinlly tlieir jireM'rilted term of X'Ln, lt'iMt Uvwm jili,4' t tu'uitiy-iivtt : live, in h, lmve Vein". lUII HI fifteen or twenty i the dug ten or twelve; tlin lion, wo Ale told, alimit twenly ; (lie rnldiit nielli, 'l lm dnriitiiin of liln in nil theHii In. iir a Hiiiiilur ii,,,i,iiion In (lie lime tlin Auimiil InkrH to pmv to il full ,':.,, Hut iniin, of aII 1 1 h i 1 1 1 in ti 1 k, in llm one llint Hi. Ilium cmneM nil to liin avenie. lie onpjit tn livii a Iniliilied yeiiiH meordiiij; to Ii'ih ,liviiiiii(;i('ill l.'iw; Imt iiiHlend of (lint lie H'liri'ely leiirlien, on llm Avernge, four linirs Iiis growing iejinil ; tliecnlKix liinei) ; ft nil the inl.liit even ei'ht (iini-H tlin Ktmnliird of HienMiiiineiil. Tim leiisoii for nil lliis in olivimm. Mnn in not only llm nnml irn gnlnr nnd llm in.,sl illlelllieinle, lint t 111 tllot-t l.llini iolia mill lilll d woiking of nil AnimAln. lie in tlie iimi-t irrilnlile of all minimis; nnd lliere in ivnnn to lielieve tlinlill riitinot tell w lmt All miiinnl nerrelly li-elii tlmt, more tlinn Any other Aniinnl, innii cliei islnn unilh to kei p it WAim, nml iiiinimeK himm lf willi tlm (ire of netret lillei'tioin. HvHidiA this, In tl n is the only miininl ti nt ninki-s a ide deinrtiire frnin lleue limn of iiiiiue hieli rnnliol life, lln dikes on niiiinliiiiil nnd hetilth de. tniyinj; liuliitK, fAt-i ing lliem In the veige of the grave, nnd clmping tn tlnnn wiili n temieitv which yield lint evi l) tiling lietter judgment. The lower order of nniinnls iievi r do I hit. Instinct in thi-ir guide, And the miieriiir (In rAtioii of life tiny enjoy is proof ot tho fully of IIIAII. Tub I'skh l avd tub 1k.m-tin. The tomb of Miihec in unknown; Imt tlm trawler slkn Ii'im lliut nt llm well of J c,,b. 'J 'J, ,. gorgiomt pnlnce of tin. wisest nnd itinlihient ot uioiiaicIik, w ith the r dAr And g"l,, Ami ivory, And even the grent teinjile of .IvrusA lem, linlhiwed hy tlm vioille glmy nf the l)eity LiniM'lf, Are gone ; tut Si,itiinn'n reAervoirs aio aa pei lee: ns ever. Of tlm Ancient Architecture of tlm Holy City imt m l n i Utt iim Another; hut the mil t)( l)ethetd cnnmiAiiiU tlie illgtimn rever ence Al tli Jiienent lny. 1 lie Column ol lVnkvpnlis Ale milouldel il'g ill the dllKl ; lull it Clteril Alld Aijlleiluctn ivumiu to clmllellge our AiliniiAiion. l lm gulden InniKe ot Nern l a Din of nun ; Imt the Aijim CUtidin Mill tmuri into Koine it limpid ftieitm. 'I'll. tenijiln of tlm nn t Tadumr in the Wilder- ne lint IrIIi'U ; Imt it (uuntnin utmikle in its ray, a when llmuoinda of woihijijier lumngr-u ii intiy C"i,,nmle. It niAy be tlmt London w ill (iliare the file of lUhylon, ami iiotlnng be li ft tn iimk i; ite mvi- m.iuiiil of crnuiltling link wmk. The lhamr will continue to lluw a it dor now. And if Any wmk of art klinuhl riw over the deep ocean of tine, we mar Well believe that it will be neither a '!"ce inn temple, bill n:ne Mt-I aqueduct or itw rvoii ; and if mnr name thouhl t!.ih tlironli an tiqni.'y. il mill b.- that of i(lr n,,n n, th liappMira ol hi t. iluw-uien ra'ber tUn glorr, and linked hi memory In t..,iiie gnat rfc of national ntilily, ",f t, nev.ilei.cr. Thit id the true pl..i y " l.'u b outlive all otlmra, and ahiin wiili unilyiiif luu. ,.,, geurration to generation, ini'(,ning to woiki-aooje-bing of i;o.,, i,-,,..,,v.y, and r.? cuing ibrm fmm the ruin ! overiak- th ordinary nionum. nl of LTi ical trai tioo or tnei tuaga'.tictrace. ran " IOvlIVn-. V .Up r.rfurr the Rriontrvriin (m tnil'if li'i thin lirmil of His Ti'ti ),.. Vll. It'll1'". I Ml T.T "III Uli'l SO .ll Ilii.l.O i. ' iii.it;, y l,t ! J i,nvc f.','t r i N.i.l '"' ll H-i I I.i". I Seen J In II l! ill's lie 1 1, -'riirii'iii 'i.uitiiilioc, ; !ir-l,'i-i lei hum' no iiii-nti'iii l,f I lilll', I MllipO'c it llIM In MIJ III I I M j nit. I.. I. .iv i ,;,i, t "I. Im! I mil no I I i lie lie I out i,;v. tlnr country i the t-p.ci.il 1 hv tu ! I v t!,; lei imn w ill (.-n tip nil (II ,, III. The rn'olil llill-l IIJ, I'm nii'l i ,iii L ie, innl tin i, lute I'll I.i k ne rn' i ill tu IMiike public whlll I fcA'ole to. ! -mil n eu ,il ill i,l iieiri. tl.iin 1 i in p It ilun n, Mr. I.'iilur, ft rl nt limen my iinlui;;e win. i ,.i.-i,li teil i'ii;iiiil,'i,t, but lln'V llioiiht tlmt it wiit nil the In Her tor lluir m Ir, fur it illii-linti , I In- nielli. .us fjiiii' I In itrd one i,l '.in niv : "lit him k'o on 'he ruing p.n-ion i" niun,; in deiuh. IK V good .latm rviiLiKv." Win ii 1 wan pill on llie i limd, old 11 nil 'Vi.ll Ktvore urn iiii.Ht fiercely and fuleninly In - ,i nk the tiuih. the whole tiuih, mid unlil ine hut llm truth, mid I nbuvved tl.nt he wu tle-u eiit, ilniiiii.g iibi.ut A ijiinit of douhle n riilinl, mid it looked n thougli it hail wiiiied on hi Mninm-li. (lid llluw wim t lin' olf on one hide, with n meiiiotaiul'lin blink, gelling ready to noti) mine " gui bled extrude." Old Ironwork wnn ( hnirmnn, and when he nodded him Hi-publ'iiiti hind, li iitlwell, iiy lie, "your naiiie i Arp, I belit-vu til 1" "Mo tnlW." av f. "Vou lenidii in the Sluto of (Jeoigin do you 7" " I cnn'l my ex.n lly," my I ; "I live in Itonm. rij.'hl in I he Im j'if l0 Injin riveia." "In llm t?latu ol '(ieoigi.i,'' fnya he, lierrely. "In A flnle of nnceilaiiily nbont thnr." cnvK I. "We don't know whether (ieorgin m A Millie or tint. I would like fur you In Klate yoiuimlf, if you know. The flute of the coniilry requireti Unit Huh innller k llOllllf be Hellled, nnri I will ninpoHi) In Kl.'ttl "Never mind, air," miy be. IIuw old nr-) vou, Mr. A rp !" "'I'll ;i t depemU on ciii tiuiHtniiceH," f.iyn I. "I don't know whether to count the hi'-t five yenia or not. Diiiin' llm wnr your fnlkn Hilid ihlll A Slate conhiu't Kecede, but thai while kIiii was in n alnln ol rebellion nlm cermeil tn exiet. Nmv ynu Miy we got out mid wnhliuu'l gel back ngniu until 170. A iiiaii'h age fniM got Kotnethiii' to do with bin rights nml if we are imt In vote, I ilnn'l think wu ought to count the lime. Thnl'n nbont on near mt I can come to my ngc, sir."" "Well, ir," h.ivh lie, urn ynu fiunilinr with the iiolitical HenlimeulH of the cilietm ol your State'l" "(lot no cili.eiiH yet, fir, that we know of. I w ill thank ynu lo hpi nk of Im as 'people.' " "Well, Mir, nay lie, "I'll liuinor your iibMiiuiry. Are the ,ini!i' ol your Slut " lion t fpenk ol It im n Mate, t-ir, ll vou pleaHe. I'm on i. nib now, am exciiKc me for being n particular, von must Call it ll 'Heel ion, "Mr. Arp, mn the rnitf of your xtriim Kiiflicieiiily humlile nnd repentant to couie back into llm Union on Much tei iim as He limy think propel In iirpi.se ?" "Not much they iiint," nay I. "I dmi'l think they urn prepared for it yet. Tiny wouldn't voluntarily gu it blind Against youi Umi,,!.. U'!y- m I li, ilvn.1 wmmu'I. Tiiii. uiul you've niAiked lliu cauls And stole the Irump, Imt at the Mine lime tin y don't cue ndainwhnt you do. They've In cmrt) in different mil don't rare notbin' about ymir (luy I'nwkei busiueu. 1 menu no respect to you, gellllemeli, but 1 was swore to tell the linlh. Our people aint a tioliciu' you only out of euiioHity. They don't expect any thing decent, or lumoiable, or noble from yon, and they've gore tn work diggiu' and plow in' and rniiou' boy children." l!i-M hern the man wiib a memoiiimlum K'tnlebed dow n ft paibled extinct, and obi limit well any a he "Wl at do vou mean bv thill, nir 1 What inference do you intend ?" "I'm Blnliu' fncln." k.ivh I. "You must draw your own iuferenceit. Tiny are n rnifiii' boy children. Anv hnrin about that? Cnn'l A until raise boy children t Perhaps you'd like tn iiinend the Constitution and stop it. fd rhaiiioh tried tn stop it mining the Israelites, but it didn't pay. He finally cnughl the dropsy ill the Red Sea. We me raising boy children for the fun of it. They a i e A good thing tn bnve in the lione, as Mrs. Tnodlis would say." "Mr. Arp, Ate not the feelings of yonr people Very bitter towaid the North?" "1 l"'iT ynur paidon, sir. but you'll have In uplit tlie qiieaiinn, or else I'll split the answer. ( ur people have a very high re gard for honorable men, brave men, noble liiAiicd men, nnd there's A henp of 'em Nm th, Kir, nml there "an henp of widows nnd nrpliAtia that we're sorry for; but A for this o re K.idical nnrtv, Ihev look upon cm like ihey was bvi nas fciatchin' up the deinl for A livin". It's ns natural to bate 'em as it is to kill A snake. It is utterly impossible for me tn tell the strength And length And heighth. depth mid breadth of their con tempt for that pniiy. They look upon n Radical ns as a well as a beggur on hoisebnck A buzzard sniliu' round a dead rrb'-""-a sink-egg dee; crecpill' up tn the tail tf a dead lion. Tbry talk, about biiiu' Minwuhiw tn nbuse 'em, to nn lnngunge on 'em like be did a lew yenrs ngo when he spuke Against l'rvne. If they dn hire Hion!ow he'll spatter 'em, he'll daub 'em all over, and slime 'em and slobber 'em nbont ril.t, and it w ill slick, for the pores are opm nnd tln ir morals spongy, I'd like lo maud off nbont ten rod, and hear him i-picAil l.imelf. It would be worse than a siiuirt-gun (nil of cow-slnn, and 1 have no .lolllit would tive relleral satisfaction." 'That's mftcirnt, sir," says old boutwell. "If it w as in their jo-er to do so would your people renew the figli' f" Not unless they could fibt the Radicals ill Alone. And All llm w orld would Agree- to hand off." Kven thru there wouldn't be no liubt. for we couldn't mtcli vou." "What dn your people bat upon tlie ul j.rt of iii.pio equality t" "i Joy say it's a lie. sir it don't tiit by intvtre ami il rau'l be iTacliied. tolk wer lo t crted free and equal. That may be a theoretical truth, but il always been a iracticsl lie. 1 here a crad.- "t ancirtT very where. '1 here's Im-ii that I'd give the '..le w dk to. an-i there' n:en that give il to n. 1 tt-iv men that 1 vote, nnd meii that vote nie, and tb grade go up. np, np, step by tf, from toy tort to Mr- l)avi and Mr. Ht. pbeii.. and (leu Lee. ami H .-v.. C.db unl Jteu 11 11, aim', their iii; I ir they nie the hi;'!i' t in llm ivi.'ion J and then agnin it g u fi on inn ibiwu, do il to the ni,'ei. nnd lb It. publie.iiif and the liadic als, and lhi''s f bur as :!it.y nm. '1 In r ain'l no i '(ii ility, n:i I ymt fiiii't in d one Well Vote llm ltgt IS, c- r'mn. Ill Vote Tip, mnl Tiii ii a 'head centre.' He'll vole about fort v, and the fu' lb I ' V U know we'll elect e ven tig, black, r-i av niggers In (Joiilt-Ds. We'll do it CerH.in neienol em IScaiala strong Willi A'Mcnu iiu-k. I'he other rebel .tatea will dn lln- Mini" tiling, nnd you'll have abont Idly if V.n In raw seat with, anil yon can all stick your g-t upon your d,-k tuge:hir, nod snap i s nnd vermin. Bod be shamp-'ii d at the saiim slioii anil l lie lair SeXe rail H''' t'c'elher in the eallei ISA id mix ij.l'TK, And fin lln-ir lit llbu'lt promit-CllollS. W 11 give vou A dill benefit of VOUr civil rights bill, see if we dmi'l Voil go on play your raid. c are bidin' our lime. We are payiii' your taxi , and Vol r (lulie Ami back riitioim fur ISi.l. nnd licei s a nnd infernal revenue, and obeyin' your lawn wiiboi t bavin' nuv baud in nml in' 'em, nnd we are cut oil' Iriuii pensiiiiiH nnd p'lldic lmids; at d you sold n poor mini's t i 1 1 in my county the oilier day because lie couldn't pay your Inx, on f line peach biaiuly be Hlilled twit ye.ns ago ; and soon you'll b-- sellin' the bind fur Ji- bind lax, nnd you're try in" your bet to play the devil general!', but you'll cateli it in the b ng run. rim if you don't. Talk about l'Yuiun. When the good people of the Not ill and of the Houih nlfjM together, they'll walk over the track avit llint ym won't have limn tn get out of the way. you'll subside into obscurity, nud your children will deny that their (laddie ever In longed tn Mich a pint v. J'.xcii",i me. geiitlelin il. but I ntil A little e.xiiled. 1' ivi ceiila a pound on cotton will excile liny luanuhomakeH it. Tax on indu-try on sweat and toil. I'rot' ctive turiH- fir reiin s,h anin nnd live cents n pound mi Soiiihern cotton half il' AVeiagu Wiiili and youi folks will mniinge mime way to steal the other half. My advice lo ym ii to quit this liiolishues nml begin to truvel thu only road to pence." Old lilow couldn't keep up with hi gar bled extra' t'. " What makes the l'rchidciit so popular nt the South'" .. "(,'onlrnst, sir contrnsl, The more be aint like your party, the more popular hu is. He won Id 'r.'i.t ui nliout right 1 reckon, if you would let h 111 alone, but) on brdevil him so, thai s. no,. linn he dmi'l mi. I. il laud himself. I don't think ho knew Inr nubile whether h'a 1'eace I'rocl.iiiuition ,inln(' the writ of lullran roriui or not. lint do you go on and impeach him nnd that "ill hiing mailers to a locus. I'll bet you'll be in I'm t Deleware ill n w eek, and the .S.uiliiM members be here in their seat', and tlny'li look round nt the political n ek and ruin and plunder nml stealage that' been going on, and they might exclaii! , in thu laiiyuagu of the pint "Vlin pin le'iv ,-ince 1'hli iiin jri.tie," "Mr. Aip, supposed we bill tu l 1 have war with Ilnyland or rraiif, what would the rebels do (" " They'd follow (li n. I.ee.ntld Geti..Tohi. son, mid I.ongKireel, and lir. gg mid Itory. My opinion is, ihal (ieii. l.n; would head the l iiiuii nnnv, ami (ieii. Oiant would be his chief of stall', nml (ien. lluell would rank mighty high, and" "What would llmv dn '"d ih Ibiy, the AletliplllS i!iiitogriiilnelt,.fJ " If he wnn one of voili snrt, ihey wo.dd make him lake the ( 'linirinnii, Thud's pic luie, cundi in. I liim to hang it over his bed iiost, so In- nitglil ilii iim ol devils, ami see in uikev and lave iblirinni triangles" "lln von think, Mr. Arp. that if tin South should ever hold the balance of power they would demand pay fit their negroes " " 1 can t say, sir. lint 1 (Inn t think the South has lost anything that way. We got tlieir labor before the war for their victuals mid clothes, and the ducting' bill, ami we .'et it now fui about the same. It'sall settled down that wnv, and your bureau couldn't help il. The only difference is the distri bution. Some of us don't own ns many ns we used t i, but everybody bus got n negro or two now, nml they 11 a I vote ein or turn em off. A nigger that wouldn't vole as I told him, shouldn't black my boots." .it tins time the cinnmitteii looked nt one mioilier, seemiii to be bothered nnd ns tonished. Garbled extracts were put down w ith n iii). Mr. ltoutivcM Fays lie, " Mr. Chairman, I think, sir, we Are about through with the w itness. I think, sir, his It ;U , ninny settles the question ns to what we ought to do with Southern traitors." The chairman gave me a Republican nod, and remarked, " Yes, sir, I think w do. The scoundrels burnt my iron works." Whereupon 1 retired, having given general satisfaction. Yours, truly, Bill Aiip. Snl P oil Notiiim; At a very excellent hotel, not A hundred mile from our parts they w ere one day short of a waiter, when .1 newly arrived Hibernian was hastily made to supply the place of a more expert band. "Now Harney," said mine host, "mind you serve every man with oup the first thing s-rve soup first." "Bedad, I'll do that sair,'," sai J the alert Harney. Soup came on, and Harney, after helping all but one gn-st came np to the last one. "Soup, sir? Mid liiirm v. "No soup for me," said tlie man. "Hut you must have it It i the rules of the bouse." D n the rules of the house !" exclaimed the guest. "When I don't want soup I won't eat it." Well," said Harney, w ith all due solemni ty, ".ill I can say is j"st th:. it' the regu lation of the bouse. And d i the drop else will ye gel till ye' have fini-bt-U the oup." The traveler gavn in and the soup wa gobbled. Ix LoVK An editor out West has fell in love; just bear what be says; ' We love to see the blooming rose in all it beauty dnt ; we love in bear our friends disclose the emotions of tlm breast. We love to see llm car arrive, well laden at our door; we love to art our neigbb.ws thrive, and love to hb-sa the poor. e love t ee domestic life with uninterrupted joys w love in e a happy wife with l it of grl and boys. We love ail tliese yt fir ab-.ve all that we en-r said. w lov what every printer love. Is) have subscriptions paid " J. IT.!: IT Mr.nCHANT.-5. VARIETY OF FASHIONABLE GOODS ! lTK l,iv" i'i ' ' m! f..r. In th ('Off- MN I'.I II.I'IMJ. I'i'iy U'2C atti "'l . i. -l ,1 mn'.t!:!i"i.t ut Fi!!iEIi; V) D3flESTirr, ni l. Ii w ifT r f..r t .i LOW. IK .0T f OVvI Ii. I'lJlC'l-:, lli lie-"s ou atlK'le can be piif. U"J fvr iu IhU ul any o'i..-i tuwn or city. DIIY do O X 2T1 , (HINTS, HOYS rt CHII.DUr.NS IIAT8. HOOTS AND SH01I3, OtifV riot'ihii and I'urnlslilns fiwds a.i i n:ri. f.ooi'.M. mi: MAKiNfi fi.oriiixa I (HI 0I.MS, 1I0VS and C IlII.I'IiEN'. -AlJOt (kuti Fancy iiml Toilet (roods, Ac. In the line of H:!.S (,UUlS, we have ITiHNCH MHUINOS. I'Orf.lNS. HKI.AINHS, (HNtiHAMS. CAMCOHf. lil.II AlillS, JACONIIITB, XANSOOKS. SWISS, ,N1 OTHIIll MUSLIN'S. AV a very liir-e 'mrtiin-iit of Weli.iv- I.AIHI.S ,I.f)VJ.S til -TH ami COL- LA IiS. 1 1 A N't K 1. 1!( ' 1 1 1 K I "H, C OIiKKTS. fcTAVS, LACKS ANI ll'KH' PK1KT8. 6HOK8, 1I0.JK, Ac. Ac. V A (fi'ie'rid mvittineiit of Embroidery and Embroidered Goods A!mi, a fine flBmirtiiient ot mil DAL ASD TOILET GOODS! In addition tn wliirh, we have a veiy larjje Kiel well , I, l-lell iloi-k of I.;ili'H, ?IUi'i :iii1 4'liililrt'nt Hal nml IIkiiucIh. Al-". HOWf.T IMHIION-I. FLOWKUS and KIMMI.NliS, ol till kinds, A. it. Th- MILI.INKIIV. I!If IIr, sin LADIKS FVNC'Y (iOOliS, will Ii- found in the MILLINER Y )U ARTMEXT, and In eluir;'!' of HAI.T.STKi'lM. to wluun ten yi ant' expeiii nce in th Millinery, lre. innl 'I iiin lll'uilt lill-ilel. in tin" eity ol New Ii leans, cil-e a pelfeel knowledge. f-le' lei ri'Ciivril the M'KINti KASIUflN'S, fltel in now tii.niiiinjr Mat and Ilniiit.'tji ill the jf.'ivfHt Slid limit I'ailii'Uiiil'te sllle, and is telliuir nt I'rniii Iji-J lo tftl'J (in. We invite you to call ami exaiiiin.' It T ,iou,i, and you will uot go aay uhlmut (nirilias'.iig. Iu the GROCERY PEPARTMENT, We have l'LOUn, COKFF.n. SUOAIl CANDLES. SiiAl'S, STICKS, &.e. TIN, WOODEN, GLASS nml CUOCIv 1I11Y WARE, TAIiLE and POCKET ClTLI ItV, TEA, TAIILE and KITCHEN SPOONS, and LADLES. &c AXES, SHOVELS. PAD & DOOR COAL OIL and LAMP WICKS, HO MS, SPADES, LOOKS, KAMPS. CHIMNEYS, STONE'S CASTINGS, Ac. Also, a general ariety of 'llf'c!iotwios. To our ii''.Hi iit. utiie k of Merelianiline, of which w.. l,ov.s mhi.i' :i hut tW' li.mi.. w e ;ri. yow a ji-iinc a very l:u y- and I'anlii .iniihle ussurtne iit i,f Spring and Summer Goods, Id. b we wil !! t you al in low price as the snnie can I"' ti'in li ii d fur elewl ere, f tr We are (l.-tt'nnlied to sell I Wn im ite you tn f.ill nnd examine cur ponili and juice, and yen w ill not leave w ithotit innkiti lilieral ninchaiies. ' We ihanU vou for your lilieral nation- iiL'e ill llm tiil. "'id solicit a continuance of the same iu the l ot lire. , MAKTIN &. IIALLSTKOM. Lihertv, Iis., Feb. '24. Iwiti. Xcw : tore! A'ew GuouN!! .ew rrices!!! X. WIIiSON T TAS iust received thu most extensive a'sortnient lia.i.l COMl'LKTK STOCK OF MEKC'IIAXPIZK in the town of I.ilierty. which, having been bought in western in.nket. enalile tmn to SELL THEM CHEATER fhitn tin1 fi:inc) rtii'los ("in hi purch:) d ('Jspwhcrr in this pl;ict Thi stock tMiibraccs a magmtie. nt FANCY AND STAPLE ARTICLES, To which alt, -mi. .a is respectfully invited. I VXfV GOODS AM) IMICUOIDERIES Of all descriptions. All kinds of IPLAlST'r-A.TT.OlSr 0003DS, Sold at New Orleans wholesale prices. A larjre assortment of CLOTHING, Of tho Hot Material and Fashionable Styles, always eu hand. A splmdiJ assortment of rrit.isint. uooDS. A supply of DOOTS AND SHOES, HATS AND CAPS, C1MH K1.KV. TIN AND WOODEN WARE, GROCERIES, &c. ' C -nir Oio, Cmin jVlll tVMr m.iti. is Quirk Jales and Sm nil Pmttu. G. II. BARNEY, THE OLD S TA XD OF ASDER SOX, RAIFORD if CO. HO: EVERT ONE Til VT WANTS, come ye nnlo hi tor and b,iv wi.h tri'.ivT, his MOCK IS COMl'LETE AM I'KltEd KEA MlVAltl.E. Th -re Ton will fiud a well gt leoUd assortment of DRY GOODS. HARDWARE. CROCK CRT, TIN WOOD AV A RE. SADDLERY. BOOTS, SHOES, HATS. A.C., V.r, &c -ALil SUGAR. COFFEE. FLOUR. BUCKWHEAT. MOLASSES. SALT. LARD, At4 evervttenf snifsht f ir our mrtrt Connected wi.li tbe buiurs i Mr. W. B R ir-ran. who returns his ihssks l f ie-ra pnhec f, the iiSersJ Muiunt oi pjur aaac ber"eiof beptowd. and w.il tak preit p.-sjr. ::!. ia -c?ni;-;r'r; fcis eld friet-.ls and th public p-aerar. Libenr. Fb 4. I-icsi OiYKA CAI D i. (.inm.u t KK.W t IM- IDI. At W. C. JIAPRELL'S OLD STAXP. O&yka, Miss., 111.41 1R I IMnntiit Ion Hu)is, Griicrritt. Li'Mon, Pry Gooilt, Eoefs ami SLoit, Halt, Crikktri', At.so Stnet puieiuil attention paid to RECEIVING. sfuUIXG A.ND FOHWAiaJIXG of an kinds of JI 'relaoJij at re3oriib! mt.-s. f"i""H frh"l umiliet piices paiJ for cotton. 1 WOLI'. IllLLL'll 0., I'eriivi.is am! Foru.inling Merchant!?. IJSYKA, MISS.,' Dealovs in Plantation Supplies. riRV OOOl'S. CHOCEniES.C'ROC'KERV. HATS AND CArs, BOOTS, MI0E8, &lc. rS" llifle'st piicej pnid for cotton. ly J! It I Ml IfXIa & VAUMDO, Uccciiin'' and Forwanlins MmhantiJ, OSYKA. MISS. Donlera In Plantation Supplies, Diij Guild: Grorenen, Crockery, Doutt, and Siort, Hats, Ifc., IfC. fin lie West market price paid for cotton. 5:dn Mugnulia, I'iki towiij, Miu. fl'IU.-s ES-TAHMSllMEXT U now open to the I pul '.ic. It his i liHiitfed hsiids within he punt few iiioiilii. Hss heen thoroiiirli'v renovated. newly pniiiied and paired ; n w and coiiit'uitahle ed and beililiinr. And it will be kept a first cln ir.oel tn evfrv fesoect, ' , J ly 111, 1W.' dm JI:i(rn iiin Infirmary. TvT. .1. A. NASH has n"-onened hi Itifirniarr t J 31 iiruolia, l'ike county, Miss., iu a healthy, piefiMiint, well wiypred country, niid accessible by r;.l! ri.fl.l to UIIV Ilulllt. He treats with minaniHeled success, Ciincer. Scrof- ids, &C.. reinnves S ens, rumors, Heidi Marks, Ac. Will eii.ir.intee success in all external diseases that h- treats, patients desiring it. Il'n terms for board and practice moderate, yet strictly cah. He h is made arrangements by which he cull fiirniih Drill's of every description iu quanti ties to suit purchaiers, at short notice JLitanic Medicines iu iiuritv can l; obtained. For. further iiifiiriiiiiiii.il, nddressthe Doctor ut Magnolia. Mirch 17, IMi'tft. Hin '. A. Zacln-ry, Commission Merchant, Dealer in Dry Goods, Plantation Supplies, Ifc., Ifc. 5Iaooi.ia, 5Iis. TTAS OX HANI) and is constantly receiving i 11. laijre and well seli-eteu slock ot ilry poous, em Imieini' every article suited to .Southern maikets Hardware and wood.-nwaie of every description and ot siirieiior make : 'he stun, perliiinery, candi nuts and fruits s proceiies, such as flour, bacon, siieiir. colfee, molasse:i, cauvasscd hams, coru, oatB, ileal, etc.. etc. AH descriptions of fancy toilet articles for ladies ami fFcuui tin u, lroiu t lie best perlumers iu 111 L'ni"n. Orders promptly executed, aud shipping carefully atteinlei to. My stock is too lurgn to enumerate, but I most respectfully a-k the trading public to call and ex amine tor themselves betiiie nurchiminfr cis-where. My in ices are as "cheap as the cheanest," and bv close am) assi.liions attention to hmoucMS, I trust to merit and receive a larpe share of public patronage Mapnolia, Miss, April SI, 1G(. Tin Mio ! niHE rXI'KfiSKiNED bus established a simp I iu tlie t'.wn nt Liberty, tor the execution ut TIN WORK IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. He will keep constantly on hand every variety of Tin Ware, which he will sell at llitail or Mliohsuh; on emw,hW 4U. Special nnd prompt attention will be paid to all kinds ot job wink. Work wa'ianted and terms CASH. Country merchants in Aiiuteand Hdjuininjj counties mil do well to pauonizj this hum,: esinidwhment. II S. HAKKDCLL. Liberty, Miss., May 5, if lid.- ly SOUTHERN HERALD COWDIN BUILDING. J OB WORK OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, XL A TL Y A XD PR OMP TL Y E X TJ O U TE OS THE MOST EE10ELE TCR,I. Marrli 31st. 155 in mm ST.vr oni.rANs cards. , J. U. Uribblr, Cotton Factor and Com mission Mrrrant, 11 Caavtc Srar.tT, Xcw OaLtASt- 17" No reterencea Drcesrr. Advances ia cub nr sujipaa oa shlptoc m f cotton x17;l S. H. A B T &. Co.. Cotton rarturs t Commission MertLaolr 166 Gravieb Stri'et, XtW ORltASi nr Liberal alrsncet made on cocinanMUla at Cottou. Refer to E. Saflord. Eq , I.ibcrtf. n3-3aa A. Jliltentwrger A Co., COTTO.y AXD SVQAR f ACTORS, lnd(.C EMI. fOM.MISS 0 MEBfUiSTS, Xo 173 Common Slrttt, corntt Cmronddit. I"?' C F. f siuihcrs. 0-yks. it our authorized irent, who nil! tnke tbarg uf any shipment rnado Ut our firm. References II. Mi Knight, Jss. E. Lea. March 31. IpOC. T. a. WILt UMS, t. O. MOREV, late O. Snpi. S.O.J. & (I K. R. R. late of Mat, liriLI.IA.MS It MOREY, Real Estata Ilrokrra W aud Agents, .No. 53 t. Charles street, Now Orleans. I a., (Tost Office H.n 2lu0.) will buy, (ell or lease plantations. city aud town property, purchasa pluutaiion and other 'supplies, pay tana, collect rents, iii fTOtiiiie bans, procure laborers, aud form partm rsbijis for planting. A lare number of planta. Ifiiiisnow tor sale aud lease in Mississippi. Louisisua, Tenuessiv, Arkansas, Alubatua aad Texas. Apiil 7, IriltS. 'Jm .f. nr. vr. riMfni.Eii, Late VnwiM.n i N. O. .1. & . N. KidlroadJ COMMISSJOX MER OH A XT, 47 Camuilelet .Street, 47 Kkw Orlram. Consignments of Cotton, Wool, Lumber, Timber! etc., solicited, and liberal advances made. Orders for Trade Stores, 1'lsntation or Fsmll Supplies tilled and furwanlecl with dispatch Inferences M.srs. H. J. Lmsdale. T. K Prica, Sew Orleans: W. Kinp Prater, il. M. Wiaal, Wilkin sou county, Miss.; Wui. Wadlev, I'resd'l Vicksburp, Shn-veport and Texas Railrosd, Monroe, La ; E. I). Frost, Superintendent Miss. Central Railroad; T. 8. Williams, Gen'l Sup'd't X. O. J. & (i. N. Railroad. ur.o. II. VINTE, PAPER WAREHOUSE, Xo. 140 Poydrat street, Bttireen Camp and St.Chnrles, New Orlkak. Newspaper of the followiug aiaes : A ii x :u S) x 43 w U4 x :w : x 44 Mi x art 36 x ii Agent for the sale of J?. Ifoe & Co. 'a Printing l'risses; the "Liberty" Job Presses; Adams' Cot tage Presses; aud Jus. Couners & Sons' Type.' J. Iti:J. C IIADLKII, 47 Ctiromleli t street, Agent for the OKK-1NAL TRAVELERS IN SURANCE COMPANY of Hartford, Conn.; also agent for the piiucipal New York, Philadelphia. Bos ton, Chicago, 8t. Louis, Louinville, Cincinnati, Meinphi-i, Viekburg, Jackson, Mobile and New Orleans PAPERS, is now ready to insure aguiust accidents of all kinds, to receive subsciiplious and advertisements, and r.eliver to subscribers ou tha line of the New Orleans and Jackson Railroad, and C'liandler's News El pi ess. Th o. It. Bosllejr A Co., Xo. 9 Perdido street, (adjoining Masonic Building), office Xo. 128 Gravier street, New Orleans. "IIRCI'LAR SAW MILLS. Stationary and Porta able Steam Engine, Circular, Cross-Cut Mill and Muley ,Sas, Com Mills, Wheat Mills and Bolt ing Apparatus. Shaiting. Pulliu aud beltiujf. All descriitions of PLANTATION MACHINERY & AGRI. CULTURAL IMPLEMENTS. Wo keep tonsiamly on hand m full tiftayiWM l ane cans, 1 l.A.A I A l lUii tun nusu nauu.w, Timber Wheels and Wheelbarrows, from the well known factory of Jo-liua Botlley, Wheeliug, Va. We have connection with extensive Foundries and Maeliine Shops iu St. Louis Louisville. 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