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If ' E J L: 11 ,7AIU) vV B AIJ.ARD IVopkiiitoih 5 M. WARD Kjhtoi Vol, J PANOLA COUN 'Y MISS. MAY 10 1858 NO 10 Interna! Duty. Tho ialhnr w!o plungs- into Unships so .limply that lie li;js n leisure for iloiiicstic thjlios ijiuj pleasures, ;muI whose only iuinrioupsH with jiis children onsists in a hriet word of authority, or a surly la mentation over iiiciir inlolloi uhle cxponsiveness, is equally to he pitied and to he Mumed. What right has ho todevote to other pu- suits die lime which he lias al lotted to his children? r is it anv excuse to say ho cannot Mipport his family .in iluir pre sent stvle of living without this effort." I asU, by what right can Jiis family demand to live in a maimer which requires him to neglect his mostsoleum and im portant duties! Nor is it nij ex cuse to say that bo wishes to leave them that competence which he desires! js it an ad vantage to them to bo relieved from the necessity of labor! IJcsidcs; is money the only de sirable bequest thai a father can leave to his children Surely well-cultivated intellects, hearts .sensible to a domestic affection; the love, of parents, and brethen, and si? tors; a taste for home pUasures; habits of order, reg ularity and industry; a hatred of vice and vicious men; and a lively sensibility to the exeel lence of virtue tire as valuable a legacy as an inheritance of property. S;mple pr o p c r t y , put chased by the loss ot every htbit which render totiid that property a blessing. Wuvman, Do Good. Thousands ot men breathe, move and live pass olf the stage of lilo and are card ..f no more Yhy?Thoy do not a particle of good in the world, and none were blessed hy them, none could point to them as the instrument of their redemption; not a word they spoke could be recalled, and they perished their lijht went out'in darkness, and they were not remembered more than the insect of yesterday, JH11 you thus live ami die, O muu im mortal? Live for. something.- Do good , and leave behind you a monument of virtue that tho .storm of time can nevor destroy. Write your, name in kindness, love and mercy on the beans of thousands who come in contact with you year by year; you will never be forgotten. No, your name, your deeds, will be as legible on the hearts you leave behind, as the stars on the brow of evening Good deeds will shine as the stars of heaven. Dr. Chalmers. The Soul's Capacity.-Thc ca pacity of the visible heavens is a problem in speculative science, from tho approximate solution of which tho daring intellect of mm has not altogether shrunk, bu'. what mind has pro '.timed to ascertain the circumference of tho soul's, wonderful comprehen sion! The boundary lines of distinct knowledge which it mav not pass, while it is the tenant of )i mortal and d us;-wedded body, arc no barriers to it? mighty aspiration which trans cend them, further than the swit't rays of tho sun transcend its utmospucre; an 1 go out into tho profound, questioning the unseen orbs of their nature and destiny. Ueyond this, they stretch away their subtle Hight, even up towards the throne of tho. Infinite himself, and vex themselves with vast, but vain desires to "find out the Almighty uilto perfection!' Ucautiful Extract -The late eminent judge, Sir Allen Park, otjee said at a public 'meeting; "lie live in the midst of bless ings until we arc utterly inseni bio ot their greatness, and of the source whence they flow. To speak of our - civilization, our arts, our freedom, our laws, and forget entirely how largo a share is due to Cbrtstianiiy. Riot Christianity out ot man's histo ry, and what could his laws have been what his civilization? Christianity is mixed up with cmr very being and our very life there is not a familiar object around you which does not wear a different aspect, becauso the light of Christian love is oxi it. Jot a law which does nov awe its truth and gentleness to Christianity-nota custom, which cannot bo traced, in all its holy and hoiilthfuJ parts, to the Gos pel," vn uumiIntt"foi; advehsis ing. We saw a paragraph iu a Virginia La.-, per ta ihweftVd j A gentleman went into a printing office to examine an change p pr coming from a pce f.ftvor a hundred miles distant, with the view to the a-imcof some l.wver there to whom he might confide th transaction of prcshi - importance. And after rumng his ev creflv over the paper lie laid it a sideind remarked - B'tll Ican-t iinl the n m.e at a single atorney m that pa rer snd any niemoer of the profession at that olace could have obtained fifty dols laraby having a card . in the p .pev as I would wil.ingly have paid that (.mount rather th in make the trip at his pa ucuiar time let everybody adver tise and everybody will bo certain to do good business ir Noise and bustle of city life !" It is. 1 uighalle to see these li tie one-horse in land towns takton."Madison is so old and dzy.tliat every time a wheelbarrow or milk-wagon orosses a $treet,the inh abitants run to the dooand adjust their leather spectacles to have a good look. " One of onr dray men, made enough here lq retire, from active life.re moved to Madison.as being: the quietest place in the State !he took his old dray along and ve leavA that for davs and weeks whole crowds oT the mhalrtanf.s swarmed around to stare a' the fur.uy wagon', The drayman lv);incd U on-e to some old To'V to t".ke his fiimi'y out plcauro ri ding The oil fel'ow was puzzled to know the uie'of the trails. b-it ht finally concluded they must be a kind of extra shafts, t.i be used- m gi-eaf o nsions, n ben it w s desi bjo to work dotib'e. And so. acconiingiy, he htchol up ahorse iu the shifts, and :i yearlng steer in tlie tr. il, standin r titil to tail the one to j.ull a id tli'i oth r to back. Tho 'fm.ily -'l.vll their -ho. d up'-for some time ; fterwanl., ftii 1 were' deiioni inatid "the aristociacy,' ' cm account -f t k'Ug such a ;ff. ; Gnoil JVews far Cotton Plan ters. A new ami valuable invention .for. picking cottan which bus bcMi but recently patented, will ho on exhibition to-day. The machine is warranted to piok one thousand lbs. per day, and is destined to work a revolution in the cotton regions. JVeio Orleans Delta. Takk a I'apkr von vol n A friend , says an oxchngc, no; long since, told us a story in relation to one of our subscri ber?? which contains a good mural' for husbands, and also furnish an example for wives which is not -.unworthy of inv itajioii uiuier similac circum--stanci; The subscriber referred to says our friend in the presence of his wife, said that it had been his intention to call at die ofllce,. pay up his arrears, and discon tinue his paper-. His wife very promptly asked; " Why do you intend, to dis continue the paper?" Because," said the husband, "1 ajix so much, away from, home on business, and1 have go little time to read, there seems little Utsc of my taking a paper.!' fc;Yos,": replied she,;tit may. be of little use to you, but it is. great use to me. I remain at home while you arc gone I wish to knowwlmX is going, on in--the world. I f y ou discoutiuo the paper 1 will go. straight ta town an&subscribo niyselt." As the paper has not been discontinued, we suppose the wife's reasoning, was conclusive. Th& taoral of this incident must' not be ovedooked. X-What is- the difference between an auction and sea sickness? One is a sale of effect3 the other, effects f.sale. . In-becoming the 'Jion' of a par ty locs a man necessarily have to make a" beast of himself Z ; BUSINESS i)iuEC7'OLtV . WILCS VEUSON,) . W.'A.'BRTN D. C, WILLIAMS, y (M. N. BRYAS, Late of l'anola Mies.J Late of LaG'range Ten. YERNON BRYA.N & CO. . Cotton JFtctors, Commission and Forwarding . ,: m:wiuxT, o. (J Ft Jut Rotr, o"er Afacham &; Guhraifh's; MEMPHIS, TENN; Oartir-u'ar atten ion jiaid 'o Storing, Shipping a'td selling Col'on. Cha;-s pes f0 cts per ba'e. -t? All otion siMit t; us will be rot i d bv tiii!ur; uce, u .less otherwise intruct'd. 4 apr. 14 T)(j-nl2 4c - AOT1CE! ' Ail persons indebted to the late lArni of Clukk Sc. Caldwell, who do not cu iii' f invar 1 i-ud p iy up tht-ir accounts and i.otes, will be sued ul ihe next tena of the Circuit Jourf. This is fair wur i;jnr, so do i"t compl in when the Officer-o.f 'the law ca'ls on yon. .The part ly i ship expired on thi 1st dny of Jan. w ry !at, and it i time our busines was ';hsi'd up. CLARKE & CALDWELL, apr 'JSthnH" . ronciM. M. I. N. -Weaver having withdrawn from the lirnf of P. 13. Joi esStCo. Carri ge Makesvihe i:nd. r ined wil coulinue the business under the o'd u me Mid sy'e. They : lone tra i u thoijze I to settle" any debts -due thi firm, arid jire resp. visible for idl h -v m uds- against 1 he s..ine. P.B.JONES. ' J. M. HIl.ODB.-JCK'- apr.. Z-i nl 4 X E V A DYER' I ' S12M 'SS; ui tcJl Zrjs:DcL a C K HE PAIRER. ' rpiIK underpijrneAwauld respecifullv ai.noui.ee to. the Citizens cf Vai:o, la and surrounding cf untrv, t.'iat U .prrtjand to repair "Watches; Cock, Jewelry,. Aceur.icons, and mnsical io s'ruments of.evary description, in near est style. ; Spoons and all lands of silverware made to. order. Cash paid Jon old u'd and M'ver, cr-reoeived ; s cash for work ' Wk from a distance i!l rrc.ive fctn.t and promjt attention. Shop, south west ccrntr public square sign, st. r. w m.marshall" Urenada Mi. aj?r..l- 3(J. nl 4-nn, DR. Win. J. WRENN-: OFF ICE - , IN ROLLINGS STORE' - PANOLA MISS...'',' J