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|«r iW Mffbf to W Vr. »v
M , n mt rhMiiflf K**,9*> r!*rk**.
4».l t'-mAw a mu*» rlMt*1
j tfM. A* rwMr'r *•!. uni lb* lt«A.
XV Mil th* *mo"u • r»**e km) ra"le ;
j t4K Freedom * two, the 4wutta| **»*»,
Go to their itOftlrtY Uuk.
W.- e th# r'ffaa ring; •here the btrfb-t* 4rg,
VYh^* tin* Mark l«**»ha whittle o’er u*.
YY 'S r-'Iiog vlacl and rattling pan!
( We*U thwudrr ta lattl* cka#*l
With the itnorri't Mi, 4e.
Y««or l-nar tl*n«f« Ml knew the notce
IVkH make <44 tfrania •fwieer.
•ftH d# rur la «<a «r each Tiftfll rw
t>.1 »ai coW #U'i «*or heart* form!
With the lawH#’* Ranh. 4c.
Where th# Uianl wave* o'er oor IrutbcrV fn*^,
W tm Save gone to Mr n-w t-koe wa:
li rr*# a r^y.^iw Ml w»*od fur them
Arid ti.under In batt!'- cform
With the run*eu:* flaah, Ac
fjv t’m light that l»e» m. our Srmthen mica;
|t the aparita krt watch al*ve O*,
pi th# gentle - »wd* in oer wumrr land*,
Ai.d the gentle heart* that lore aa!
With tie cannon* ftaah, 4c.
Oar faith let n* keep till death;
Thetr faiue in H* chaftaa aplcieJoc,
A men a ho rtaud for their mother hue!
And die bttt never wirtfldcr !
With the cannon'a flash. 4c.
k COI 'TRY fOTT kGE.
T V., lijjjc. lnigti! I.T jmJ COtlage. ^
'f«e * TtA'.M U tmght on the a*ce»w» ,
A .ad the Vo pcbftJv *to»e*. in the mmabfta*,
• *11 dlamo-'d* aparih* and gleam.
Ti e s*w hard tier* kicking the water.
Aim! «S «h hr the kin-la mU Jeanie.
And dftldde- let little white feet
Toe Roniri j*cep* in at door wav :
*, look* d<»wn from tlie tier.
A? I ,sere (iik'Viil op in hi* cradle,
\\ Samir rt.» railing at me.
Hi i. k pail itiidi bright in the (trtfr,
\!\ bn* w* all leigltt <u the ahrlf;
And tU- white sapperctah «m my Ufde
T- an. for I wmahed h mrarlf.
X Trtrc imd Tmichlnc Morj.
XVe (dip On following from the Fredericksburg
<Va. (1;ri*tian Banner;
A i man and hi* wife were preparing ti
attend a ITiristmi* party at the house of a fricnl
►wire *■'*« distant.
*• Henry, my dear husband, don't drink t«
!• , , u iw party, to-dar; you will promise me,
won't vow**' said she. putting her hahd on hit
im. and .mg lv r eyes to hi* face with I
pic: di; t glance.
“ .Vo, Millie. 1 will not; you utay trust me."
Ant ».e wraj.jied his infant boy in a soft blanket
and they h - fvndrd.
Tins Isa; s were won praiicing over the turf
and pleaeert mnrersation beguiled the way.
“\ ir ' n't f. rget your promise," whispered
the roimg wife as shi passed up the steps.
1* *>r thing' she wa* the wife of a man who
Ion.! t.i I vik u;>ou the wine when red. lint hi*
lire for hi* wife, and their babe, whom they
ti-«th idolized, kept him I«rk. and it wa* not
often that he jsined in Bacchanalian rerelries.
‘Hie parly passed off pleasantly, the time of
departure drew near, ami the wife descended
f m the upper rliatulwr in j in her husband.
A p'ugshot through her trusting hear! as site
met hint, for Is- aras intoxicated—tie had broken
Id* j rnuise.
Silently tin y rude home* ard, tare when the
<'nit.sin man broke into *natches of s-.ngs or
i rmraninglaagbter. H it the Wife rode on, her
!.»*»• V* *• -*a**l i lriforty U» W* t(riuwi4
•*Oire me the baby, Mill r 1 ain't trust you
».th lum," so-1 he. a - lie approached a ilarkar.d
natnrwhat swollen stream.
After -ae liesilal mm she resigned her first
born, Imr darling babe, closely wrapped in the
great blaiiket. to his arms.
< tn-r the dark waters the noble steed safely
1 - 'h* m. and when they reached the bank the
in '1 -r isked for the child.
XV,t!i much care and tenderness he placed the
handle .a her arms. XV lien she clasped it to her
Im- m. m hahe was there' It liad slipped from
the blanket, and the drunken father knew it
not! *
\ wrPl shriek aroused him. and he tamed
; . t in tut,* to seo the little ra*y face rise r#i
moment shore the dark wares, and then sink
Tin* '» if Actum, bat lb* plain truth. Tlx
jsrtM wetc knem hr the friends of the writer,
sod it should he ft warning to those who indulge
in is'oxicaiing drink* and resist the pleadings
of loving a ire*.
Prs-EtTro or rtia fl(wm. rr fuu*—Tba!
sea* a novel but not so had an argument which
th- mountaineer urged is the Kentucky Legis
Htnrr A few yean ago a bill proposing a pre
mium on f'.v-c-alp* was undar discussion. Il
had !<mu somewhat roughly handled in debate
by meeol -n from the more populous region*
when fixe* wen scarce, and Mr. L-, frcm
one of the mountain counties. rose to reply:—
“Ami we. Mr. Speaker—we of th* mountain re
gion*—are not only to witoem the annual de
structioei of our crop* but actually to be de
priced by the** varmints nf the exmaoklkm «
rthg-on r Till* wok* A* House up, and act il
*S»"* far an explanation. He coutiuued:—
“Tew know, Mr Speaker, that we lire in a rough
afaintry ; Ait your fancy churches—your Free
fsrtrrans and Kpiarepal »■» never send preach
rr amang u* W* depend fee the gospel upon
the circuit-riders of the Methodist church; and.
"b o'yk'hii ,itu iher. ntixit be ia
dtHadlo trmret when there an no chickens,
and that chickens cannot be raised when fuzes
aboundf
The aig.:nxmt was utaluwtn’ and ths
bs|i lazier a hw.
T • Matt Leon Bara.—Take ten pound* a
freshly A cd cockroaches, six pounds of Utah
ebeese. a pair of old hoot* mix well with 11s
ci-appi water. i,4 a ' arret which is well perfumer
with decayed ocim ar.d Icare it four dare u
work Then draw off and bottle far use; bain|
particular not to wash Ae bottl-s. as nothin!
•pssii* beer so qsstek as dvaa bottles. The her
•rap* is especially recommended to students o
r,TWF
v
Aroma War or Eirmnsc Ir.—The Edge
field IS. C.) A -lnrtfaer gives snseeooat of a re
c«t exhibition, in which on* ef the performed
'**<*• a rang. mmsting that same ftpeeta! mem
her of the swts* family should persistently eea
tinue to upturn th* earA with Ids probroo*. tr
pen*h m th* effort."
— as . » t- c, , .
ZJT A *cry polite young man, n^sbiog in sal
a yoong lady !f be might spaak to bar a few mo
meets, wanted to knew if ha could "roil th
wheel of ronTcrsatfen around the sxictree o
her utkterstandEag far a fcw moment*’* Ai
m'lh* he exported, Ac pear girl fainted.
SF" An act o# <?"d toJarrA 39 mtn.

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T*r OaMH «r iaT
* TW I’rtmtaif Ref*** nT’ that “thwnph
tW Mum nl hr* J. P r>»* Am. late of1
Washington, w* are enabled to lay before
wit lendrrs a esnwphtc report of tW renen*
J «f the wM United flbrtr* for I860. TW re
port ri copied from the b»ok» of the Censes
Barrel, and nr obtained for Mr. f>r»: Uon
-Wtiy prr*H»» to hi* depnrtor* (mm tbe
Federal capital. It i» tW 6rU complete re
port that ha* yet been published :
SMft. /tar. Siam. Total.
Marne. 619,858 619.958
N. Hampshire, 826.073 #29.072
Vermont, 315,827 315,827
Mm'nth, 1,231,494 14*1,494
Rhode Island, 174,621 174,821
< 'onncctieat, 460,670 460.670
New York, 3,851,662 3,851,963
New Jersey, 676.084 676,084
Uennrj 1’nia, 2,916,018 2,916,018
j 1 Vlas are, 110,558 1.805 112,393 1
Man land, 646,188 85,382 721,558 1
Virginia, 1,097,17* 495.8*6 1,593.190
N. Carolina, 679.965 3*8.377 1,008443
S. Carolina, 308,166 407.185 715,371
I Jeorgis, 615.336 467,461 1,082,797
Florida, 81,885 63,809 145.694
Alabama, 520.444 435,479 985.9V* j
Mississippi, 407,661 479,607 887.158 !
Ixntisiana, 354,246 312,186 6 66.431 j
Arkansas, 331,71k 109.065 440.775 !
T« xas, 413.9*9 184,056 600.655
, Tennessee, 859.526 287.112 1,146.640
Kentucky, 020,077 224,490 1,145,687
i Ohio, 2,337,917 2,337.917
Indiana, 1.360.802 1.350,802
Illinois, 1.691, *38 1.091,*38
Missouri. 1,185,500 115,61? 1,301,209
Michigan, 744,291 754.291
Wisconsin, 768,48.5 768,485
Iowa. 68*2*02 682.202
Minnesota, 172,793 172.793
Oregon. 52.566 52,566
California, 384,770 384,770
Kansas, 143,645 143,645
Total, 57.385,436 3!.3H*,W
TiuuTMna.
Nebraska..28,893
New Mexico,.92,024
Utah,.50,000
; Dakolah,.4,830
Washington,.11,924
District of Columbia. ..... 75,341
T •!»!,.292,701
Counties and Population of the Con
gressional Districts.
Fmsr Planner
Marshall. “0,373
I-.farettr, 12,198
Yalobusha, 12,87(5 j
Calhoun, 4.994
Tallahatchie, 5.S5* j
I >.*«tn, 17.615
Panola, 11.939
(hnkaaaw, 12.145
Total. 97.473 ,
S«ni«u Planner.
Tishomingo, 23.005 |
Tippah. 20.210
llairimha, 16,004 |
Pontotoc, 19.856
Monroe. 16.944 (
Total. 96,019 4
I,,~tr*H
Oktibbeha, 9.326
Naiubn, 14.422 1
Kemper, 12.380 '
Winston, 8 344
Choctaw, 141*59
Neshoba, 7.30*
Total, 80.821
Forum Disran-r.
Tunica, 2,972
Coahoma, 4.9*4
Holirar. 7,188
Washington, 9,789 ,
l.vaquena, 4,878
Warren, 15,486
Claiborne, 11.158
•letTcrson, .0 287
i.‘taros, 12,045
Copiah, 14,9*8
Total. 92.775
Frrra Ui*t*:ct
Sunflower. 8.45#
Carroll, 16,83#
Attala, 9.162
Holmes 13,11*
Leake, 6.347
Mtdison, 15.518
Yazoo, 15,1*8
Total. 79,623
Stzrn Dranucr.
Hinds 21,714
Rankin, 10,894
Scots 7,063
Newton, 8,579
Lauderdale. 10.4*9
Sim (won. S.0M
' !fz«per, 9] 250
Clarke, 9. *09
Total, 89,732
SircxTU Pisraicr.
Franklin, 6,891
Amite, 9,159
Wilkinson, 11,958
Lawrence, 6.599
Covington, 3.578
Jones 8,106
Wayne, 2,83#
Greene, 1,943
Pcitt, 9,216
Manor. 3.750
Hancock. 2,670
Harrisen, 4,476
Jaduoo, 3,669
Total 71,650
Encourage Home Literature:
THE lOtTHEM
FIELD & FIRESIDE.
wwota to
Litnmtmrr, Avncuitwre ud Horticulturt,
12 CITED by genilemto at eminent ability, ia tbair
J ••iml irpnrunaota. in pahliahed every Satur
day, at Anguat*. fleorgin
Expressions from the Press.
“It* writer* an tbe M diMiurniabod at tbe
Snob*—{New Orima* Drltn
'•Stand* ia tSe rtiy brat rank.’—[ PreabrtrrUn,
Charlaatan. & C.
"A paper, indeed, for tbe South.'—{V«wa. Bueno
nab. tin
“A moat acceptable paper.'—ICbriatiaa laden,
Hunt, tin
“Equalled by few, aarpaaatd by non*. '-[Time*,
Colombo*.
“Tbe !«wt m ,<ant of two dollar* that could
be madht”—1 Mimomiaa. Sc Loom.
“Dam-tre* tbe tooat libera] patronage- ~— [ Deptut,
, Atlentn
“We cerdialiy tewaratral it to Sootberaem*—[Ea
tjoirer, ItKbaoai
ilaeoslewtaararnnodaadagraeablu’—[Cbriabaa
Advocate, S-w Oleum.
"CaicaUtrd, renmaaly. to improve tbe aoil aad
be ruoA"—(K tqoirar, Mevaphta
^ nbw •Mb tbe tfemeaat mdi«g mataer •_[Jour
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ae ia third eotaaa. aod St now feaafe
. UuhamfeaMiy pSaaad, In Mae feta, fcr Maafaw.
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C mfedento State* of America.
PrerMcul WeTfrawit.
1'uMnrr or nut remowum,
JEFFERSON DAVIS,
«f UMBumm
\ ici-Pioninr.
ALEX. H. STEPHENS.
Of OBOBQU
Secretary of State,
R M. T. HUNTER, of Vinrioia
Secretary of tkr Trento ry.
c. 0. MEMM1NOER. of Sooth
Secretary of H'or,
L P. WALKER, of Alabama
Secretary of the ffmry,
S. It. MALLORY, of Florida.
Pott matter- General,
JOHN H. REAGAN, of Texas
Attorney- General,
J P. BENJAMIN, of LoaUiana
Mrabera ef the Soother*
ALABAMA.
R W. Walker, Florence. Alabama
R M. Smith, Mobile, **
J. L M. Carry, Talladega,
W. P. Chilton, Montgomery, “
8. P. Ilale, Entaw, "
Colin J. McRae, Mobile, “
John Gill Shorter, Eafaula “
iHmd P. 1 ewia CuMtland, “
Thomaa Fexm. ITnntarille, “
FLORIDA.
Jaekaon llwlm, Milton. Florida
J. P. Andenon, Mnr.ticcllo, “
J. P. Oweoa, P. O. Marion Co. “
GEORGIA.
Robert Tootnba. Waahiagtoa, Georgia
Ilonell Cobb, Athen«.
Frmneia S. Bartow, Sarantixh.
Martin S. Crawford, Columbian, “
Kngraiua A. Ni«het, Macon,
Benjamin H. Hili.SjiGrange,
A. It. Wright, Rome,
Thomaa R R. Cobb. Athena,
A. H. Kenan, Millet!geville,
A tl SitcnliofM C* ntwfofiittillc. **
LOUISIANA.
John l'erkin*. Jr., Ashwood, Madison Par.
A. I*. flourt, St. Martin*ille.
H. F. Kenner, New River, Aw lien l’ar.
Charle* II. Conrad. New < Mean*.
Edward Sparrow. Providence. Carroll Par. j
II. Mnrsliall, Black Jack P. <*., DeSoU. P.
MISSISSIPPI.
Wiley I*. Ilarri*, Jackson, Mississippi.
Walker Brooke, Vicksburg, “
W. S. Wilson, Port Gibson, “
A. M. Clayton, Holly Spring*, “
W. S. Barrr. Columbn*,
James T. Harrison. Colnmlm*, “
J. A. P. Campbell, Kosciusko, “
South Crtmlinn.
Ik B. Rbrtt, Sr., Charleston.
Ik W. Barnwell, Beaufort.
L. M. Keitt. Orangvburir C. II.
James Cbestnot, Jr., Camden.
C. f*. Memminger, <*harK**ton.
W. Porcber Mile* Charleston.
Thomas F. Withers, Charleston.
W. W. Boyce, Wiusboro, Fairfield I*i»‘t.
Govt-rnmeat «f VistvMppi.
Febrvart 1st. 1861.
Governor—JOHN J. PETTITS.
Secretary of State—C. A. BBOU'IHEH
Avditor— E. K. Bl'RT.
Attorney General—T. J. WHARTON.
EXECUTIVE COUNCIL.
WAUUER U. AKURIiJiVA
WAOTSON We a fee
T. C. TUPl’ER.
MILITARY (ARMY) BOARD.
Got. PETTUS, Genrral-in Chief.
Major General, CHARLES CLARKJL
1st Brigadier Gen'l, CI.ARLES CLARK. 1
2d “ “ J. L. ALCORN.
3d “ CL II. MOTT.’
4t« “ - RICH’DGRIFFITH.
Quarter M aster Gen’u, W. B %Rff S1 'ALE.
asosmmmmmsmtoms
High Court of Errors and Appeals.
C. P. SMITH, Chief Justice.
A. II. HANOV. I ._
W. L. HARRIS,
Sam'l Livingston, Clerk.
Montgomery Man,
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XET The Wail eoetaine Ml proceeding. of the
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well aa lha wry laaeoa and Boat reliable
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from ail parte of the eoamSry—haa an .Herat.. Hr
caiatioe. and la oqaal to any paper ta the reentry in
point of marreei and ana
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Addnea HOOPER, OOTKE k WHITFIELD.
fropnclura, Mimlfernery, Aik.
March SO. 1SC1. 4S-IL |
The Charleston Mercury,
The Newspaper of the South,
$rforb |utrllig«irtr
BOOK AND
Job Printing Offiee!
naetecyma raomwd a eell aria toad mnml at ‘
JOS TT rr uf lh« SaUei poilaraa. aimiMpa !
Plain and Fancy Job Work
-m- -i
The Hew Orleans Delta,
rvmjmm wrw m muam dslta xsrw |
TERMS—PER ASKTHt
fiSKT-Tssf
Hr The DeJaa w* rkfaed Ike mm uf tha Sooth
'"riniStrrHTRK*
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tOBICIItmL LMDER
_I* T"«
noK rr.nijBAri; ri’ATKji.
hum BmitmUm aad Pentium l .
Ilfkt^afr Wrrklji Jaaraal.
Jrratm4 ta the #C*M dapartnrata af aatl roltare
net ih* nmtn»4d aaaikrra ifrlrat
(are, llarikiiarr anal nark r»tu
rns ! nif -n paRndkt I' rr •» «h.e i -
BEST Lntft.ibr WEI TIES
at the Srerth are trpM tar aar tulmana aad will
ixwtribolr regularly, ft*
New* Department
aill re-ttarn all the Twapaphie aad Mail Srwm of the
lay; thoa iradaii, A afrrb* ta aeaa • -ther aa a
Newupapar ; rnea-nag enrr want, aapplyfeeere ta
mand. It ia earphalkRly the
PAPER FOR THE HILI.IOR.
ind Ha rondactan a-Un»ar labor to atent the Agri
naltarai, Literary aad Atm oaata of Ibe paopir lor
obaai it ir pabladird
IW TV eoadardora fuaarinaa of the nan patriot
ic Siligt aad dale i«pia«i oitfe their ret deairr
n da goui ead to anotanti a are rra ia aar Agii
toltoral aad Litrarr in try, k ablate aot ta appeal
|r the Heath am people b> that pauoaage ahich they
f -I -» - eh- ... -T - - -
irffl HW WWr* 'Km fW
leer* Plaater ahooid nil — 1 -- that the Rt ui
Gurrttaaa ia hit m ne-eai adeooatr. aad three
lore dea.ee tag id kb djjgptal pauoaegr Ko ooe, if
kr roaiaalte kb ••rfjHfia. Mould fail to r.»ee it ia
bta tonlh < tr»4r.
TW Wtrimgmcr "f dVwlme*. rrmJ the rtialmre *f
war, will wot r.«jw*txi Mr Wfc»rt* TV RttUL *h»U
pR— IbioRrt the orwttDV wwenthxl- 1/1 emr Vrai
InemJ of rimathrm &««*«« gir«* «n r helping hn*d
Tww — per URMfR, »»» mlTRoee. GoM, «ierr
nr towk tulip «»f nil nal*twl hank* In Um Jkcnrthem
N*lr« taken fnr Mtmiipipw AdAnm
J. L IUT1H,
Gium, Miml
Tbonr who Vre wet irwew^J their fwhiirrtponwR
will plennr renew ptmupth, *txl nrtul CP one or im*rr
new mheribrn. We ki*r ererr owe. who u* in thr
leant engage* 1 in ruku*\ m who eAperieoee* an
mu ml in r pure Swrtfcem familj Literature. will
give hr their fwlmwagw «r*l Infloewor other* U> do an.
June o, 1M1. i-tf
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Arum, G town a.
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for u§ IrT Magm*ric T- kpipk and the Mail* Al*»*.
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for wi moult*, or 10 n?Su for oae a*ot.lb; always in
advance.
The Wmtr SoraaEBSi 0©*r*r*wucv ia made up
fr**m. and cor tain* the ceeaw of. the Daily. It ia t
targe ibeet, and gitea more fresh reading matter than
any other weekly ia the t'onfederau- State*. Iti
Market Report* will be fbll, and made op from actual
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PowUnaalerv are authorized to act aa oar agents in
obtaining suhembers and forward!or the naooey. for
which Um y will Ur tfiewed to retain, aa rotnmbwm,
twenty-five cent* on aarh weekly, or fifty cento on
each daily whariMr.
Ptwann* getting up dab* of five, ten or more «U
*cnbrr», will lie -upphed with U*e copies ordered ai
12 1-2 per cent, leas than our regular rate*.
So name will he entered oa our hook* until the
mor.t v i« paid : and all MT»*criptiofi* are diacontinurd
when the time espm far which payment ia made,
unlew* the name be renewed.
Addreaa, HAXLEITKIt k ADAIR.
June A, !MI. AthtoAa, Gnorgi?
The Great. Southern Weekly.
The Familyjlournal for 1861.
i cr rm. <*lrOf flMTlJP Wrtna ft slmau
» tsi (vmnl
SOW IS TUB TIME TO FORM CLOUS
Tb* pr***ot year inaugurate* th* third rol
um* of this thorite eapenent nf Surm» lit
cratur* It is * soorrr of no littl* mtiftcatior
to us that in announcing th* /Air* rotator J
tbr JOURNAL,** are enabled to gir* th* l*>4
possible reproof t<> the <h<^rur*ptng prtJictkn.
of Northern publisher*. as well as to th* gloomy
forebo<liig* of ette hearty well wisher* is out
own section of lh»' country. Ye*, we ere pmwl
to ht that th* brilliant sucres* at th* SOUTH
KRN FAMILY JOlHUlAL ha* proroA th* *s
Oicore of literary talent and mu-r, riw in Um
Soctw which fear* no rirab.
Th* friend* of Sol thus literature her* often
declared that, could lb*y get a Sorrnaas paper
mulii compete with Northern weeklies, thrr
would cheerfully support it We offer this de
sideratum : we uk these proroiae* to be re
deemed. We aak ■ rsaaparaon with other pa
per* of it* rims*, and are sausfted that the
SOUTHERN EAMILT JOURNAL will hefound
equal to tfce bm. Arraagraaeiits have been
luade with the
BEST WRITERS OF TIJE SOUTH.
and the Publishers here no heat tattoo in saying
that the JOURNAL moat become a
Wdotmu Gift! in enry SmtAtm Horn*.
For the present year we are maided to report
a host of new and uteresling feature* compris
ing, among other*,
BRILLIANT ADDITIONS TO OUR
STAFF OF CONTRIBUTORS;
an intenaelr interesting aeries of
DETECT/ YE STORIES;
important and varied addition* to oar justly
frlc Krutfti
BIOGRAPHICAL ESSAYS
Wc also trust to have it m ear power to an
nounce, early ia •pv'-ug, the cuawaencem i nt of
a M-ric* of v
SKETCHES OF EUROPEAN TEA TEL
With this view we have entered iato nrgntislimi*
with a highly popular aothor to furnish a* with
a regular corrmpanuence.
Besides the varied entertainment offered ia the
foregoing summary the SOUTHERN FAMI
L r JOURNAL will present, as baratoforw. aa
unsurpassed odlectm of
SIIOR T ATOWEK (complete in one number )
A D Eit'A rtr^S, (by flood and Itotd i
0 OAStP. thm2Ci *
WIT AND SUN OR. POETRY
We mav also add
ANECDOTES IN NATURAL BISTORY
TACTS FOR THRFARMESaWd HOUSE
KEEPER. NEW INVENTIONS
In a ward, a varied maesfbwg ef lirndraaffiaa aa
veil ii rndvlMai^ rsviler
The SOUTHERN FAMILY JOURNAL
«a —math mUdyaaid --
~f*RM*
FAMILY JOURNAL
u_
A3.
plainly wriBtm. die asms of past office county,
and State. Adfcam
(•HAS. H. MOORE A CO,
Office of tqgthaci Family Journal*
Bsirrum*. Mp
Jatrmry, I MI M-rf
11 ■■ ■' ■■
Emporium of Luxuries. I
W.G. REYNOLDS
\\*Oi U> »W tbo rU»» of Onford. oo<f H
> > Hairs, mm k. of ( OkTtCTloKnuiH
b boo rmnybao. akaro oonklaf a*a*Rv k*M b
.ark u miMImI, aad of Mr RUT Vff *UTT
<ak b final at
Very Seasonable Prfeu>
Rnfteirtil nd Syvtrr Sbleea.
feral eiav R*eu«rwt *md Ovttar hkme
krv> «P»» *Mil TWKL Via CLOCK AT NIGHT
DISHES FOB FAMILIES
r»trtKK» *r tea iiulllfl WlltL
Ofan.
TkOM WloIUM * k» UpB- nut to ■■!<«!"
| bo AUta* «t EeoaoW* fnfialiiaa;. Won M4> af
tfc* PoMb Squat*. OkfaoM, Ska
hp»-tai7 W G RKTJfOLDd
JAMES Ba COX,
House and Sign Painter,
OXFOLD, M/SSJSSirP/.
I> KTI KMNjtf my thank* U» my friend*. and the
1 pntdii geberaliy. for the liberal psimsge hith
erto tilmdod to me. 1 would respectfully solicit a
mantinnanee of the mate, promising to git* ntidn
bm in every ununrt.
I refer to the body of th. atiaroft of Oxford, and
I to the walk which 1 bore done.
JAMES B. COX
Oxford, Srpt.
T II K WAH JIEWB!
PBOSPECTCS OF TOE
Memphis Avalanche.
TERMS IS A DVaSCBi
Ihulr, $10 00; $9 00; $2
W eekly, to Club* of fve, or more. $2 (W
In the revolutionary times now absorbing the at
Irnbon of the wr>rid, every intelligent man ahvoH
tie well Ifcformed of the pmaing and •tirring event*
new tfa&apmng ua oar *utl. it a channel of the
| moat reliable ai d intent information, we invite the
nUemioa of the public to the column* of the AV A
LAM'Hh. W* have made the amplest arrangmaroto
lo receive, hr telegraph and otherwise, all the current
. news of the day, from all sections We pledge our
friends sod the public general; * that we aboil spore
neither opens* or P“» *» «*** ****** hon lo lbok
•bo C»»or ua whh their pntroaag*.
In the conflict bifaei no •• iknit battle for the
Sooth, i> UrMofdre^nd adopt u nor motto tbe Ian
tuagf of tbe noidfltd lameMcd (JaiMeas, "Tbs
South— oat alwrolweitw right; box, tight or wrong,
f tbe Sooth." Addm* all letter* to
GAIXAWAY 4 ClttiKEY,
Jane », 1M1. Maarau, Tu.oml
HOWARD ASSOCIATION*,
philadklthia.
A Amkaf Maftf^iani nlilfiihf dp yarn/ Km
dooi.aof. Ar <A* kmUmf af «ke Am* mm3 ttdnw
s-ic-lb
mI <»>■■»
\ f EDICAL ADVICE pro. (tan, by
''I
if f" k mad in <
Z;£Htb.te
■BMMM
afflicted hi
Two or throe thamae Or
Addaem DO / VC UMUMrrn* A tag
Suegaeo. Howard t M l it 0 ll l. Km. t Saab. Mnub
-it!a.T Fkiiadi Iphh Dk Ma iirfler ml Oe Director*.
ECtA D nunrEL, rrmh.t
GEO > Allti tff LD. Ihrraaory.
March «, lael M.|y
TO TUX FRIENDS
— 99 —
SOUTHERN PROGRESS.
De Bov's Bariev, VoL m
\\'ITH Um Jmmtt mate hacfca Ua UutaaU
» » »o»aa af Um atanUiy. >kx > ia U» oat/
Soathara aw* that baa a*ar aaaaatasd hard amid all
!-arrow*'. aad aba* hat ..aaaatly, for «
-s»* »«art fii..l«d ibt -a
t Ut rUh aad daaaa rf Um i
, I.A. , Mate.
Nta aUt mat la ttad ta. by aail. »tta forth#
/tar a< at ahnHdaa jaaraalt am att la bt
tupportad, iihpipliia wiC U tarasd lata haaM
ahaamtla.
Taaaa—1» par aaa.
Ctaa Karat I aaptm hrTa Dolbr*; PWa taaiM
for fiftara X:«Ua»; Taa capita for U
AU canaat banka rata tad, ar iriia span coar
Uaatt ie aay of Ut tana ar aMaa.
Tha tdhar aid ha foaad as Ua >Oaa af tha la
afoa. t* Cars p watt, 5ra Ortsaaa
Jaatary a. 1ML foil
Southerners! Subscribe to it.
Uaea ar kprr dWsrdtl Xnrthtr* Pmodacal Lrt
tratarr, Ut garauaa it aakrd, "What* rat ar applt
janrltra ia Ua Caafcdrralr Vattts 9" Thr aaaarr a,
trad for Ur SiH THER.V URAL OEXTIJUIA*
Ur (ml AsaH-rirraai, Lrmaar aad Im aaafc
, ly al ihr CmladrtaW Su-aa It riba Ursgar inwprri
m »lk as? uthcr of ha (taa. hat taiga aad <1
Tgssl tight paga gaaraa, hariag a largr aad abfo aatpr
1 af AffWahatal rad Latraty aaatnhatam PaUahcd
aaakiy at taa Mhos par saaua
A team. DAVIS * STATU AH,
' Jaat (, 1ML Armada. Kim
“TTTborniy,
Attorney end Counsellor at Lev
OXFORD MIMJSUPrr
OFPKe-la Ua Caart Mama mm. aa forra.iil
mmplad by AaNaiOak
Jaat ». IMA-l-k-tf
Richmond Dispatch,
DAILY, SitHi vTfctAL*°AND WEEKLY, j
TEEMS:
Ml. para—m ia dtmk^ - - • St
WcrkJy ’ - - - - - U
Xarthar Ua Gam WaakJj aar Waakiy papar «>U
A Ilf UU« aRDIX A BAKKKSSLrr. j
iUCBboao, Vwsutuu
!i
WM. J. ROBSON,
COTTOH FACTOR
AS*
COMMISSION MERCHANT\
' H-lr W ORLEANS
K. K. DOYLE, |
General Commission. Produce
M
-in
Grocery Merchant
—axo—
CASH DEALER
—ttr—
Staple and Fancy Groceries,;
tt A %D * A R K,
Agricultural Implements, Ac.,
(la JE«w Sa:3fl.c Hol-fta*. Sovlbatd, I'aWi, St>wfT,)
OXFORD. MISSISSIPPI.
Jmte SO, IMS-1-S-tf.
G. N. CAN DEE.
NEW
FALL GOODS,
At the Mammoth E*tal»li%hment of
I.
225 VAIN STREET.
< •ppoaiu Court Square and Udd-Toilova' Uail,
tlCtirillK. TFANEMEE.
— -——
TTAVntCt derided (»i rooiimie baain''.*. I wieb 1o
I rl'-a:i all- .tom to the br»t etort <-t <"«xl» *«• r
"tfrred in the Ay of matoliif in pert t
Dret if ETfry Iliad k Sljle.
Sillt, Vrrimm, Ihtcmlt, ftiaoo, VWn/ui.
Alto, i.akndrw, Uno. W'iWr O’mb,
Trimmiopo, Uontry, (Hum*, At.
j S h a*w 1 s a o I o a k s !
I cap twpecial wr **o*Y %t
Cloth and Velvet CloaVs,
Which cUiwH he equalled in ih# city. All *t\ It* *nd
qaaliuea, AT VERY LOW VRKES f
LINEN GOODS,
Skottinyt, Skirli oft, Do mat k Tmrtlo, option.
Dimpart, Ltmot, Ga-alnict tod Aa>
krmiAtrim,
CLOTHS, CASS!MERES AND READY
MADE CLOTHING.
hHTXTS. of A atyiaa and quafltta, AT EASTI XS
rxicni
j PLANTERS* GOODS
' Kaataekr, Alabama. Virginia and Lowell Uam»>
a lawn, AT UAH ITACTUMI d I'Kir K* 1
PLAID LIYWEY*. au una.
Waal Seefca, Vaai data, Gaod and Cheap.
15.Of Pain Brogaas aad Boat*.
|V At lever mue than tear bafura offered la thia
«*J—WaAHAYTECjM
10.000 Prs. Blankets.
NiTf, Whits**, Wktte and Cokind, from $1 to $3.
AIX CHIU?
HOOP SKIRTS,
At ItU prioa. Any quantity
DOMESTIC GOODS!
Shining., Cheating. Uoak DrUla, (Maaburg.. Cattaa
Yam. Sin yea, Raida. Tithing., at*.
Is abort, my Vri a tba beat I bate c.er brought
ta thia anr, and aa 1 am intlmaieiy ewmertrd with
am of lb. large,- importing and maanibeiemqg r»
tabhabmcnta at the Eel, I ran ray. without burnt
lag. ac oaw ia tha PontA oaa ntt you better bargain,
than 1 rat. 0T Cost asn baa.
EAGLE PLANING MILLS.
HOLLY SPRINGS.
TO THE PEOPLE.
CblifV bar. a! IIan.pile prune Oedaar aaat as
aa from a 1 ~nr • wS bum with prompt atlealiaa
We baee a wdaiaM lot of HA< HIJi UtY. which aa
Wiea m la mahe It ta thr latrrrw af thcar wealing
weth, to give w a call, fiaevenge Home JUa-uiu
larm W. A. BuV"rALOE * 00.
Jaiy 4, 1 •Or'1—! -A-tf
R E. DOYLE,
Qroaery and Commiaaion Merchant
asa tuna wtu> ta iu tilM as
aupir id Faarj Grwerrirv
HARDWARE, JR0N, NAILS, CAS
TINGS, Ac., *
In the New Masonic Building,
Boat- Me at tba Public Square,
OXFORD, MISS
Jam t. 1*#0
Notice.
A TXparmaa ladabtad ta Cc. J T CtRHYAM
=£ _ .
HBHUilNiflKli tki ImbIi of Tlk H. I
I
,11 Ml !» ■ II II I ■■■■■»*—
F. J. LOVEJOY.
Attorney end Counsellor at Lew
(la ***** Cv+mmt «•»*. I
oiroen, • • • meeieeipn.
-- — —-- *
Sno mft* k 1ft* Orwb Caw* ad Lnbpmr.
r rn- «>i Voe*e~ iwftn. ca«*(
oaaftaa. Ik* r-d*ni COM at Pwmn, aad «k»
M rn ad Im, and AMpab a* Jaaftan —
Pirate aMMPk* f4»»* to W» rfdbaOoo of aiaiM la
.. . HlkarMfeMWef*** WUftWftivl
Jaaa, 10, WS-l-t-#,
a. ft. at.t* A. ■ maanaa*.
Geor#1 Fi Blark & Co.,
COTTON FACTORS,
—**n—
General Commission Merchants,
So. 11 CRATIKE STREET
Mew Otieena.
ViD abo sir* partbator attaetfaa to fonrardtag
Comb uwaigael to tbelr aara.
Jane 2d, ISK'-l-d-ly.
WALKER A iKIDER.
Commissioii M&ff&Suits,
so dtcAROKDeurr street
Coracr ad Pardudo,
(After Sara* bar I at. 41 L'aiaa ft«rt,(
MEW OK LEANS.
July 4, !*•“
8 o o hst I ” *«! * £tatt» UfT,
aoi.Lt spaitts. lia.
fJT OrOar* from the CtfMMRg aabotad and
prymptl, >II«M to.
Aug *. I Mo-1-1*1 dad:
16KM V f"fi SCtWVjjL WK
Lh'HKS AM) LIBRARIES.
B. V&h NOstr&nd,
rvisumtk tt or itorsa nr ma thima :
tCAt PKYrtVAL ASOMtUTAtr
aciajfva,
IM llroudm ■). Sew 1’erk,
OFFER* hr* orri.n m agemt for the nipple of
books of rerry draccrpttoa, Ammsn sad for
cign, In Urge or «maii qountiUoa. (or collage, school,
o- trlr or pr •* lihrarir* Ills arrangements lot
thr prom pt importation of looks and prricuBrsh front
England and thr <ouuarot of Europe, see complete j
all order* edt I* act oat istsit-ciialel) an their roreipt
and rirr-strd b' rotor* of Me amor Magi* was**
forwarded, if dented, Ur moil or repem Foreegtr
; ootks. ami also auet.ub. spparstm. Ac , imported*
fur rdoealioual nimmtono. free of dutr
I) V. S i* prrparud also to <• iccerte orders foe the
I p, oiling uf rautogom, nhlrraw*. prornui.mos of el
ioUuou. rani# of inriuuoa, < laniinaliun paper* ia
ancient ami foreign language-. >od all nmilai juh* ou
brhnU of college* and he sill lortbmnorr attend to
the ettgrar inj of dlploioo place*. llie preparation ot
1 ..* and im-dais foe petoa, the getting Spot
; tenner* and other mngma for literary societies; and
j in general, ohstrrsr. in the oprratbei* of rdwratinoal
1 .nrU'.uUuu*. require* a rtourt to the art or akill nl
i large cities.
Hating bad mnch ripericnre ia agencir* of lliio
, nature, haring foe many lean trainee led Uuaiacas fm
southern college*. haring been a ciliarn of the bool 11
himself, and taring an eitrnsite acquaintance in th*
-.-there SI, I- fori* . ...-.hdcllt of Ueiug a her to
gire aattsfatfeiu to all who mre desire kiaarrrice*.
K* lerenr* may hr bad to tire I recoil uf the (ini
omit of kicaolppi. or to the Uun. Jocvh Thomp
1 noo Scrreiarr ot toe inarrioe.
TW toUooing ue the luira of a fow of hi* nwr
j [ aldioat on* —
fiat a amiss Ttutiit u* llirnatura, forth*
w ■>< Engineer* Tinnaiated loan thr French and
adapted to the Eng! ah I n la ul demure. By Jmrf h •
; UehECtt, (Soil Eng 1 sol. hen— doth, ki ts
l.r tot. Bra** Vital awn Biutaav Tacnairat
!»l<r:i'OII el TSI I CllC%La|Sric|. ell
j Ftoaoh-B-oAoh amd M#»di, writ Km
J ’ • • •:-'*» awe**. t mj0l Pew.
Toe S lut or He r cast as. (AM.
i the i eoct by an Arm; IMfcwr Ilium rated by Haps
and Fare I rot. Itme , doth, 7k c.
Taa i innanati Ma»r*t aao htimaa's 7*atet.
Boo*. Br A. B i nagk. ArohMrc*. I ral. Haa. (Or
Tna Law or l oner an* kuiat i* rat I'at
nto mna Br Joan Ciutm** Hurd. In t redusnes,
(Toll.) Ckdh. AA kO. law aherp. >4
Wtroporat os tna Ann — Trealise urn tpr niW
Eli mtata of kkaioiit; m the aeU-pr*qxaUMrd Arrk
•Aith teiamea 7aide* of toe iTtuoaic and Actual
: Throat He top*. D f Waudhory. 1'. * IVrpa a
Engracue* 1 awl. (t*. ragratnpg*. dnk |L>u
I.c i r aa oa tarn an* taoraumairr aao I'auiaiin
; Eogcanos Be Hoe F. A t Barnard. I.l. b . IV
•dean uf the In.-cmti al Imaama tnoaeo. bn.
i to»k. «I
bnu «»• Riru Pa**Tic* — A* ITV « ■rdwr Trr*
tur »p*r tar TW< m Rift Kuug riytaata| taa
• ••a* •<( uannti ad FVr. tad tar asaar ad aaa
no nag It: a .ft [*anta»a ad tar laftaatrr ftAaa
' baa,* *ad ft I clad »l«ft dm Bafia aal Cart
ratal* Hr C B W«k»*. C. ft A. 1 rat, lira,
wfeaa ll'itamn—. atadh. $1 TA
Uktnsui ar tu Itrrica— I* tat Ini a* nta
L'airaa lintB ran i?aa«a J*aa*aa Ui, lau,tai
M TVS N**t aaa M***aa Cma*, iaaaad idWaa
lWn bTc^ cLaUft^5fiaatlU*li tta'Sft|»
A Cncaaa at Inrnm* ta Oaaaian aaa Or a
Hit, ■ aaapilad tar ft* aaa ad fta cm aaa ad taa la.
aaa* aad rinaam ad U—mry, F. ftT^**
i.r, W« r<cat Irai ft a la pat
Taa linnaa—i lattac It I
bam. V ft A. Ftataaady iftTind
and ragrariaga m am I aal In, I t raaa |i
Paiacinaa aaa Ptacoa tr taaatataa Lam*
raaa bill fuata aa m|i< ta (hr Lmaaa ad tar
Mm—>»■. My WLAata Baaaa—. Utatl Bagman.—
1 aal. ftrac. stash, &
K oct-no*a or m L>a« aa Paacncan ar nta
Ararat** l» tartar a a* Aram is IMA. True
iatad tar lift, a ft. Wii—.. Ita Bag. U. ft Army.
1 larsa jtatra. Itaao. Mata. $1.
Kt au n— — Flam lUrrwuw ar taniuir —
By May R. Aadtr—, FR A. FaUtoad by atar
ot War [tapartn—*. Mata II *taa—
Sr* Ywafc. Jam 1. l*eo— l-f-W,
JOB PRINTING,
IN Alai* ITS V ARIKTIXS,
Neatly * Cheaply Executed
AT THIN Omnr
v&mmm,
HANDBILLS, (IRC ILAHS,
PAMPHLETS, CAT ALLIES,
Bill-Heads, &c.
—ALSO—
f/^yr-/
^al( anil Jlartp Cichrts,
AT HARD TIRES PRICES,
TRY US,
.V-rrad 27'* JM!

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