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rm rr T rr tit 11 lffl ii M. S. WARD Bmtosi IVAUD vSc tMIL.RI Proprietor ill u.Qo VOL. 1 PANOLA COUNTY MISS. JLKTEKMI2(KI TO IT. J. uy women of Princctown, Indiana, ire determined lo break up the business of sellinc intoxicating drink in '.that, place. Th foU lowing is clipped from die cor respondence of the Evansvilla Journal: "On the morning of the 2d Feb. notes were sent round to the ladies of Princotown, to as semble at the Methodist Epis copal Church at 2 o'clock P. M. According to anointment l(0 ladies assembled, and star ted from thence with broad-axes and hatcheis for . Jas. Gallag her's grocery. Ho was reques tctl to cease filing liquor, but said he would not do it; they attacked the door with their ax es ' soon it was burst open, and in they rushed and demolished ail the bottles, castes a$ul every vessel containing liquors. From thence tfiy went to an adjoin ing grocery, Mr. Ralenfraug's and destroyed all tha liuuor I there. They then went to Mr Fisher's, rolled out mo barrels of whiskey," burst .them open, and dstroyed several demijohns wine casks, fcc. From thence (hey proceeded to Mr. Colb's and compromised with hiui. They left him and started to an other house,, where they destroy ed two harr--kt and one at Joint Cliibley's. They returned to the church and passed resolu tions denouncing groceries, and declaring they would' put them down or break them up. They is'ent to their homes amid tol iug of hells." Mr. Peters, why do you. let Your boy thump- his Jiead 's0;' hard? Cause I'm hying to raise his hump of combattivenessso than ho can lick that big boy of yours A teccher lrd b?en explaining to his elitss the points of (he compass, and all were drawn up fronting toward the aorth. Now, what is before you, John ? The north, ir. Well, Tommy, can you tell what is behind you 1 'My coat-tail, sir," said he, at the same time trying to get a glimpse at it. " Blessings. Blessed U he who sits down on a hot gridiron Cor. lue shall get up again. . Blessod tfro they that have got the "itch,' for- they f hall know what ft jla$yw it is to scratch. Blessed are they that are blind, for they shall see no ghosts. . Value of- Pctbucitt. Notoriety : er publicity is an indispensable element of success in the Baerchant, mechanic , or manufacturer, who would gire a speedy and wide distribution to the- commodities and productions which fa -o Pich-.ce for money. H may ve capital, skill, convenient position puntuality, industry find hoiiesy -every possible fitness for his busiucAa- and all is nothing if he liave not sufii eknt notoriety, let ft cost mere or less, he imi.st purchase or provide for as carefa'ly s he parchases or manufab turee his stock tf go d. And it must .jn'ejteii bear a certain rclition U Uie business lit' jvould d. It muEfe to loth positive 5nu compaiRttve. F ca ple must not un'y l:n:v hiaa and hi Imsinvjss because othervrlsP thy will not find ', but they must kT.ow hrm. b?canse otherwise they will' lia A' d trade with those who nr better known. Customers, like y beep, are gregariou and flock where tUey see other flock ing. Jf nobody else imte engaged in the same buaines.-?, it wuk be imjOT- fiixt for our dealers to adveiitls ii Lb newepapers, because people ars templed to txty what thy read of. It is f ke having a salesman with, severe thou sands of vercrs, spe;ifeing: politely of you wartatfr tens of lkou.san4-s o pco p'e, perh psat the same moment, rver offending never obtr-isive, never tired such salesman might be worth onei two, three r five thous nd dollars a year fo you, according to iie num'. er of his ' voices. " Jhit if otliers wc engaged ia the busi ness, even if th y do irjt adveiti-e, it be comes the more important for our deal ers to do so, and if they do advtrtise, it is doubly important. It is,. in&ct, luk utf to be knjwn a3 x ensively as, our rivals. It is-t'W' flood-tide of fors tine to be the moit exltufciVely known." Never ' Has Encsugii. When has a man enough ? Nevec till he gels a little more- Avery good story of old embargo times and die- war of 1812 was told us tire-other day. Under the iraj, pulse, of the removal of the em bargo , there was a sudden rise in the value of property, ajid such a demand for it that mer chandise wis souietirncs carried off from vessels before the own ers arrived at their places of business, and the parties taking it came in afterward to, say that they were at the owners' mercy, and must pay .'what... they-chose to- ask- A. brig was lying in Boston harbor, which had come up new from Plymouth just be fore the embargo was fciio?, and was now in? good condition, fit for sea The Plymouth owner tlwushtf in was a good time to sell the brig, and? sent up his son for the purpose, telling him to demand eight thousand dollars tor her, and not tako less than six. John weat to. Boston, found how things were goingy sold the brig in a moment, and hurried home, elated with his bargaini As lie ncared the house he saw the old gentleman march ing up and down tho piazza, and presently rushing oui. to. meet his sou and heat: tho result of the sale.. "Have you . sold the brig John?" ' -- "Vcs, father, you ma he sure of that." cFor how mucl John?" "For ta thousand dollars 1" "Ten thousand dollars !" cried the old man, with starting eyes, at hearing a price more than double what the vessel cost vTen thousand-dollars! HI bet you've sold her to some swin dler who -darft care what tUo price iaraad never means to pay his notes." ,7 "Notes, did you say, tadier "W-liy thr'e no note in the case. 1 got the money and pui cot V' , The old tm excitemetit ling passion roso in said, ' - ;- .. t "I say, John, couldnH you bave goto. Utile nwre?n . .- . - - rjrj A clergyman was once asked wbth the members of churchof which he had the care, were united. He lepTied. that they were perfectly united, "frozen iogcthir: It is a sad case when a church harmonizes in wrong, doing, or in the neg " led of duty . - Tus Japan EARTiiQUAEE.--yuaenr:li- Seen destroyel will no doubt quokt r out of the Japaiise what .litte ..notions they bid of establUhing intercourse, with , ibarbaroua" outside natiott-Onitod Santhe rest. .. . fonU attri&the comity wlu,b.k. fallen upon them to. the anger of the gi a ir sinsinlisnin5W the b art, Soients of sucV.m as CQSdor. Per. v and will be likely to visit the cd iTpjutlie person t. the ftrt- Amer .WwhomSy fall with in their power, The Banner oi Tomperance tolls of a tUriliing incident which occured at a tempo ranee ineet W& sonte years since. A learix edclergyman spoke ia favor of wine as a drink; demonstrating, it quite to: his own satis! action y to be scriptuai, gentlciuenlyand hcalthiul. listen the clergy man sat down, a plain, elderly man arose, a.n4 asked the libor ty of. saying a few word A youiig friend of mine," said he, "who had long been intemper ate, was at great pains prevailed oiu to the great joy of his friends, to take the pledge of ntire ab stinence from all that ' could in toxicate. He kept the pledge. faithfully for some time, though the struggle with his habit ,was fearful ; nil one eveningl in . a . social party , glasses of . wine were handed round- They came to a clergyman present, who tootaglass, saying a few worus ut ymuicuuunoi me prac tice. - Well.' thought tha tounff k 4 Well, '.thought tha young it. 'Tf a nip.rarvmn.il r.an t:ihn mail, -7 tsJ " " wine, and justify it so well, why, not I? So he also took a glass, It instantly, rekindled his $ery slumberingj appetite ; rf and after. 1856 NO 15 a rabid downward course, -be died of delirium tremens as a raving 'madnian.' The old man paused for ut terance and was just able to aili rrbat youna man was my only son, and ihe clergyman was the Reverend Doctor who to just addressed this iq$$cmtyr :-does an aching too! impose silence on the sufferer JJecause it makes huu hold his jaw, - : GOODS! GOODS!! a:rf OTH;niDi , dirwffiwn Thila-lelphia, :h f uitauHi stock of Dry Uq&, whjeU w 2il?Tl ;at Huclv prices as will comr - i. wm- atleeteA: by U: Keitb, stuei. cftr'nt th bat- houses tiilu Kr- we fltter curves the Ciiff inu, hr.dsoruei and fasu ve h i ve as iiie wrught t iocaVle goods a5 ti-, l U&wboyr tins iarkt. , Give us a . , oca6ioo jng eisevrlieie IV& take ihil to return our tlianks to our cuitu- for pust favors, and Boliek a continuaf of their trade. .., J. EEJtHr apr25nl4 tf Chancer! Sale oj Valuable tcmd& In pursuance and by virtue of tn in terlocutory decree of the district Chaos cey Court of the State of Mississippi, prnofeuced t the MftiLh Special eria thereof. A, D. IteSC, the ion. m B Trotter, Yioe Chancelofc presiding ; in. the Suit ., of. Charles Btttler and Sli. tuaiplaintwats vs Joba,0. Jones and oik or, defendants I ill.ttll,as coiamis 9 inner appointed for that purpose, to th highesL bijder on a credit, of sic months, . caMwIay ik? Slk iaj CjftM1- enduing, being the second Monday lji said month, at the court House door ia he Uwa'of Panola, tha followrng.ds.ctib, . d lauds, to wit : ThySouth eesk quirl4 of section (22) in town ship sevan (7 j of range six-(ti) west of the Basis Me lediattObitkasaw Cesjon lying in Pa noi county , State aforesaid. - Bond or .oiids with, approved seeu-'- rlty will be required QltkS urhr , o? purchasers for purcta? qjoney bearing ierfetfiolndal(r. . " JiHN J. VVltitAM?, - (Jl'k & Commissioner 5pr26 n!43vt Tly State tf MtMiftuppi Desoto Couuty, Special Teria l&sTch 24lh 185U. SajMuel T Caldwell, admr of John J. OldweU dee'd . ; " Jawd E. Kirby. TJn - Yjpeninr theanttters of this bin and it apprfnj a the -satisfaction of the cpurt-tVat tim - defendent Jared JB;Ei,1 nonres ldeut of Ahe state.of Mississippi antj fee, yon4 the. limits ther-eof so- that the or dinsry jprocejw of law cannot be served i upau him; It is tlirefore ordered-by.' tlie x;ourt that unless ssid defendKt , shll Rppear before this court in thtt torn of Hernando oa. the 4th. uioiyjsv i:i June 1856 and plead f answer or de mur to said Bill f corapiint, th eerer.- - al allegations thereof "will b taken fot confessed and a decree rendered ac cordingly:. It is further ordered by th court that a eopy of thisordtr b pb . liafced in the Southern Star, a uJiwg. paper printed ftr.d published in tjb eoon tyofPanola. and state. of MisBissinpj four weeks sucessively and anotlier copy posted on the court hous ia4Ue, Town of Hernando. JNO J. W1LU4MS. .CkrliAtJaster. 9i try. fv-i -"'