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tUtVULA, Mtsstsstm. RI. S. WA11D, - ftlito. WEDNESDAY. JAN. 31. SPKOIAFi NQTICIu, ? - Alt Person knowing theiii Hv ImlehttMi to mp? nre ear nestly V4 (jut si i a to make lm tomliatb itaymttit, as 1 must u t; At oney to my my lrbts , t Special Tiotlcc- .. Mr. SoagrtCfe, agent for tho 'History of th World, both ancient and modern, in tluAittg history el the KuA'diui YVar, mail 9i oMpleto history ot tho Ihutccl State.) ii lVo; Volume of about fifteen buftctred page, is now canvasm Panola CfiuAlv.tor subscribers "We hope he will tacftt with all tho success in obtaiptnp; hem Ulrit thl9vdendid Vetfk dWrve Gen.' Quitman has our thanks for puldlc'docutRcnlv'; ' ftv Sportsmen have had a fine tirno this week. Large, quantities ?f tlueks fcnd pVircohs li'aivo teon shot. A tatty fncrid has mir Hi antes Fof a de Uoirs Huck," with Hie etceteras.""1 fcr Among the ru.ne.),vs arrivals in Panola, during tho past week, we tiotic-o that of Col. AYhitmore, on his Wnv to Jackson. -' " -" X f ' , . . , ii. ' L..4. ii. ' tPrasoS'At.. fr..B. L. Armstrong rind family, left ; Panola -yesterday tnernrngy ?r their ttov honie fn yt kansfts , AVe wish them a very ideas ant trip, and hope that Mrs. Arm stroYig will find her. cey homo as pleas nut as the otd olio, where she has left tnany o'oit friend ; ' " 1 Irr, lMr. l?rown, is laying in a large supply of ico for iiumCT use. W noticed pieces several inches thick nnd three or four feet ?quAre as clear as crystal., 01$ 'can't helpMhinking of rrint ulips and sherry colder, cv vn in this frosty time, when ho seen a !.rgc tump of ico To PAnrN'TS. Vc .ire. very ra:5ch kimoyed in the Stak uflicc, by vt'!tf. from fll-manneredboys. During sr.ih oathcr as v are now having, we think it would mt onlj be f.avisab'.e; -iut. profitable, for tho Mb troys' that !ntV;tcnr ottioo to bo" at litiiit cutting ood and building Cres. and at the time learn how to beKavc; AVhilc we aro writing, there are several in mir room, and we feel confident that if their pafehts -Uhow how much we isire annoyed y t!jcni they wouhl rer- tainly "j-revair' upon them to stry ) i'e" 1 i)t exehanes fr the pat .week, Wo nolo a great many changes. The PrairicNews comQ to usVcoir sidvrahly enlarged, and ftherflso 1m pmvcdv It is a spicy hud independent stieet, a'nd w admire ihe tone of its editorials. Tho editor of the Somer villo Star has associated with him b.:jl.( alley, a jtntng man of fine talents, wlTo has already Attained co;. sideraldc celetinty as a writer. The Star is already ono of our best e: ctianes, and with the additional edi tonal assistance of MOnllty, we' poet io ee ' it rank among the first litefdry, as well as noSs and local pa pers lu Toniic3ee. The Grenada llcv puoliean has been enlarged, and Sir. J. JWiHians,' wcll Jiuowu in Panola, J has bought an interest in the concern. The Republican is one of the largest weeklies in Mississippi, and is well edited. From. tho appearance of its advertising , col unis would sup pose that it is well patronized. The Grenada Xtws has been changed into "The Ivovromotive,' which is making weekly trips.tieavily laden witfe whole some food for Uo mind. T In view of all these Improvement in our count ry exchanges, wo 'deem it necessary to alter the appearance of Pile Panola Star whether or not tlm change wo anticipate making will add anything to 'ouc" good looks, vc will not say ourself, but leave it to impar tial judgment. of the ro.rders of the Star- This issue concludes the fust volume, and we rih to commence tlitf second on-o with new hctidinx, etc. ilthouo the "Stiir" has txpn ienced all the vicissitudes necessarily t tend ing -a new papi-r, it. has outlived them all, and is now pushing on with all (he vigor of youth. We have received more patronage than we expected, and therefore have -made many improve ments that' wo had not though of at tirsi, and .wo, will continue to improve until I tie i-Jtar is second to no comity pap?r m ihe St:;Uo;; . ifereafierATC will publish a column or nuire of Agricul ral matter each week, winch" will mako tho paper interesting to farmers, from whom we solicit communications for that department. nodding assent to ouf dullness like' tv steepto in a gale of wiiid Alas and alack I That wb shonlil pUt anjbody to si erp -but no tls not the paper : Mrs. Thomson, liko every good wife" has been at Work all day in the dairy, and hastiad a bad cold In the bargain. lUttwltat have we said to iieanty af her toilet labor at its pvcnlug ludi day Vto4 Voutl!; in its Uioi.f froi it some indifference to the cares of life $ to ago in its dissertiohs have we said anything to injure tho unsullied mind of the onc.or lii make' the heart of the other unhappy V Our con science answers "nothing," and We must ret !?io tfrtihbrous mailbags de part with tiio conscious belief, that if wc have no? said all we could have wished, we have at least done our best for tho entertainment, of the readers of 'thc'STAt. " ' Tall GomVzT. TlooTs.-lteatl Mr. Murphy's card in this paper. His work hs -always tjone in fiwe style, nird has given per fect satis fiction to all who have here toforo patroi4Vd him. Now, gontle rnen; ' - ". ; IT yoa waot to cat a "cll, , Have yowr Boors to fit yell ? t There's ?.ri-aVnT at A N'o. t, - ' . " i oa mu.t awt fail to call oh : At.b-r - f i , V.'hitt th order Ve ail filled, , Jut sc:tl9 ap ihtj bill, , , And trATtl for tho ot'ior 'lle o Jor What Shall I Say t What Sri am.. I Say ? is the blush ing ejaculation of many a youth of six teen, us Ju' fci vir a iull 'KlloCK at tr.C .l'r, which tie kisows will, in a few momenta cpen, wilh the magic cf Aladdin"' Lamp, a coterie of well dressed ladies, who are, he imagines, every one of them, casting glances out of two fiery eyes on his awkward bow and still mcro awkvxml "opening speech' -J low delighted he is to fin! a ctiair, if; luckily such an appendage should be unoccupied wilh wf-at plasurc he catches a glance from a sisler or cousin, who 'extricates him from his embarrassment, bv asking him If It rained When he came in ! Snch are our fevlhjgs wh t h ve see tvo or tlirec "loads" of papers going the oostoffice; in all tfte nicety of wrappers-, like a belle iiVher newly -droned 'kerchief. There !h'ey go ! as inani mate, and looking as unintcllectuai as w . They arc go'n1; -where all , over tho country., . The question Egotism. There are some things which a man can do, and sonietuings which he can not do for himself. IV instance, he can make a fool of himself, ho can marry hang, drown or shoot himself, but we have the 'evidence? .of wie of our most celebrated dentist that "he cannot draw his own torth." - It U a very common thing for an artist to paint his own portrait Kliictt has achieved a master piece in this way. AVe all. know the legend of Narcis sus beholding his own face in a brook, and falling in lovo with it. This, however, !i?f.ht have been a wrfidcr worth nVvtkiiig a story our of in the' ol den limes, but it " would V.ot d;; "r.f.-v, when every woman is in love wiiif hvv own sweet face. There is in ewry human being an innate j-c:.se cf. the beautiful, but that Hue iidmct may, liko conscience, be tutt rcu into anv thing, we have an instance in every living being, in the very case before ns. Kvery person looks In a glass, and with tho natural egotism of hu man nature, com i lets his own faceiVe standard of beauty. Who ever heard of a lady thinking anybody lovelier than herself? This belief in one's own virtue, beauty, genius and wis dom, is the sustaining herd of life Evcrv man is a hero i.i his own eves . and every woman svs a beauty in her mirror whenever she. Iroks into it. This is a fixed fact in philosophy.; It ... -..1 1 . i i , huuki oe a graim erjri.ueui io cauii some "mcni who hail never TOoKed ;;i A'tulUf lively fellow, without any uncle, but nffof sundown a lit tie given to letliafVVWavfng been iii love evdr simifi lic.Kvasvso lttiiU, resolved; to go ffjiitt -object of his adoration, ami tkm ifiifft 'o. : This resolutiorr though forn ed early, in arqh, and in a very appr'opnalto jracei fo' wita sugiir niaplo orclianl, wasn't acted on till the sixnr of dkcemukr. At half past five of . that day, (it,was a cloudy day) the hour when village visiting at that seaon oCihe year commences, our hero, not a hero of tto wars) knocked nt, atiu was admitted Within (the tlubf (if the house of Arabella llawklns.-r Finding her at home,, and alone withal, he stopped in the entry to thanU his stars ainf take Courage. Thus renewed in the outer man, he soon gained the parlor, and suc ceeded in taking a seat on one siden of the lire place, pretty much after tho lurinHer' fjf pcoplu in tsCMerrft. The Nymph, though a little undor the influence of indescribable sen sations, drew up a cricket and seat ed herself opposite. " An awful pause now endued -which, accord ing to the -Irishman's notion of things, was only terminated by olir hero's -falling fust asleep. , This was iedcod a poser-but as it was not yet six o clock, and as ho fears were entertained of his continuing in this situation through tlie allot ted period td' courtship, the circum stance was oVerJooked. Hut. ls tho hours came, And departed, atiii still all was silenccaroundtlie tire side of Miss Hawkins, rltut as day dawned, and while our "ladye fair" who had sat out the livelong light looking like "patience on a monument, smiling at grief," AVas endeavoring to break h way from a train of mortifving reflection a clap t)f thunder came which so electrified our hero, that he sprang upon his feet, and in an agony of unimaginable confusion, . implor ingly exclaimed "Wjikkk.au IT1 to a.i 1 1 which Miss Arabella, over came with the. thought. of return ing eoiiscieusness on the part of her lover alul "mistaking" his ex rlamntinn, tor a tender enquiry after her jierson, very significantly replied, "HKKK f Alt." it- Lovo 'Lines, , J J- ' I com'of ) To thehflav?n of thy anna, :.li To thybosjmN hidJfn chaniff i To'thVkiMes of thy mouth, I Sweeter than the balmy Soulh; j ; To the sunshino of thy smile, My "love, 1 oui ! 1 conic, "With a fondnws anexprcBsed, - s Tu fold thee u'ty throbbing breast ; ires Ihv ruaiK, pitting up-, . ?! tflito tho nectar Ouilid niisi et inv wonh, my eyew, each touch . Tji it's it . A Vi ...a fr jockey bonstiuar the other lav of tile speed of his horse; gravel v Asserted that Ire could trot, evcii fe'eii miles an hour. '.Seventeen miles an liour !' fays a by standi-r (ij jffess that's a thumper.' Mv dearfellinv replied heof the 0 rein mff l.ll l-fi I 11 1 1 j 1 j-i m m s mi a ... I .. , .mjuiiwuii, s- uiui-imi noics ftu j hour is notliing great for the crca- tiire now for w hen lie was but Sweet love. I come! ! ed the old mare and "chased the" colt all rouinl the pasture, without . ... l come : An seeks tho carrier 4ok4Juhis howo Ilis net of lrtvo to thou 1 come. , ()n thv fair bosora I will re!t-- -4- Tor tlifjre alone can I be bU'st 4 Ta I Am To gettingwithiu ten rods of hi,,,. - 1 i , t, , - ,The jnovement ninde in XcvV T!ierothrdb3 for'wes a woman's heart, . i oih iou ;ims erecting n liioini. In vfWtii no other has a p-ir ' ' j ment over th e grave of KdgarA. - Dear one, 1 come! i 0( gccmcs to ho wai udv second- . i - i j I d. 5leet fr?, sniling at tho tlyor ; Welcome lilc W i'cr b. Tore ; ltlosfs m j with thine earnest eyes, Beaming brightness lik the Kkica A gift I -bring thee--royal rare A crown of Itc for thee to wear, r . My Own sweet wif j ! The population of Minnesota j Territorv is now 170,000. At tho next census she will I n Tout.d entitlcil 40 four or five leprcsen- j tativ(s. . 8I10 will ocn 1 c ;.skiua" for admission on into the Union ' Help Yourself. i rriic custom of helping one self has fts snnctioti iniho 10 nioicst niit'mfiiY and has been I continued iown to thn prcotu day in the highest pwtcci, amt : John Adjiiiis was at r.nn limn asktd by sc tne ore lo ronttihiiru to foreign. ttiib;tis, when 1 o' nbruntlv niiswcrt d;.4I .will gl.'d- ly give for tlmt purpose, but 1 1 bv those wlnm.it csjecially! l',CM' "cio .n uie vK inuy. k'nl vn fr. ol ov.am'n ln-flm ; S,X. niSUlStrrS, Hot V PC of jvht.'lll world. II was clearly never ' W.M proarh - .11 eneb oihvrs yxxU cIoKigne'J that man slmuhl re-! !? .v1 u ill cotiinbute nt . ... 1 . r .1 t tlllifh :11m more llmti anv twi uiucu unci more utnn ;mv out! elac in eivilizo ihei.e fix c!eig-tncn.' jiulate Xm conduct for tbo 'aood of others, tor ilie first, lesson taught to tbo first of men, was tf M.wl . . 111. i I lio wooi'.nnii w:i: an'd :li t tt been mtetuiid that ineii' 4 . fc . - 1 . 1 1 , 1 .1 1 c .1 Itfctr h(t. run HiTirt of wim-i should stnt! v tun good ol .uach f . . . . , ,. , ii, f ! and is almost spiiirn wit:i vox- J III. t 14 IIUIIM' 4 J l have been simithanetisiv cre ated for tbo ( :;; i us of' the j croon b A Gcnih lhvt. A-Yankee par son, who was not promply paid by Ifts parishioners, on -enterintf hh 1 . Church o oihiw 1.11 njcuunjjrAiot dtivin 10 think bow j Wa-i He now 'axes'-a -dniiniioir I from t!ie gtMiilemaii in hos( i tiiMrucJivciu ss v.:.s princip;e,mste:ul 01 d ie, who. being a'oue, was o-ee,niiaIiv 1 . 1 . ii I s 1 -' 11 .t i" 1 ; taved. se fi- u Adam was ?dl the world -; to himself. Vi J; the ad.uon ; , Tbc hue erntrir Dr. Abrr of Ivve, liii'n m s e.ety com- j m..hvv s;4!ll(.r( a lpac,,.,,,. menced : ;md the latilml on: , Won,;m bv the following rxpn!. fit mother itirn:shes a grand j rn.. your lon-m; nndtemblo r.x imple id .MaI.im.v Indv mp!ir nuscb ef ol llimkmg oi the be- ; iw kl.r p j, lhl.rJ U11, j nefit of anodier. S itan stigges- j (Jonc Ulktv ted ti her dial Ad.iul should: partake 01 tno irini-nn iuo;,, A voting and pretiv z rl st-.: having in it t'te taint of be.ievo- 1 - j peu into a store waero a jounce lei.ee, so gonerally mistaken-; ymug, uvm ul(l 5l.!(! h.j.. 1 . 1. .',!...... i.. 1 . . . no ot-the most .weattbv, of-Ins j to inu Tvt.x :tti-kjTv soiling. himself in a glass, arid vh' had r.o flock, and tiskid the loan of1. strictly se!(id,; she wou'd have; ,i,y g.j0(U In order to n nnm ide shatsortof a -reaU.ro . lie vas, hi ' Ceritndy,'. said the ) y kept lite apples to herself, and j as",M1 a'j possib'esbe icbcapeii and siiow ii.sown dajruerreotvp.' 'j'vn ! the rame tin handing o e evil vvoo'd have lieen avoided. C(J c.vrrvtbiim,'nnd at last said That Ilor Came off last Friday tdght. From the horrible condition of !h$ weather thc stivets being del Lrel -vvithi mud and water r.r.d tv?rv prospect for YttovQ ra'mTvo r.pprchcii dd th?"party would be a failure. Upon visiting the Hall, however, we vere very 'agreeably disappointed :5 ,ve had forgotten that it was a -cpm-ndtttee of ni ordiuiry party-givers who h id ito "managcnicnV, and thai n!brlla.;r shawls and overalls had t lit? potvvr to shield youth arpj beauty llirouirU tlo.rahiv orduiil. Tho atten tliace, ,considcriwg tho, weather, was ; very lino indeed, and the party was M,ifgbtfui ;throrgttot;.:.:. We ' ht, of couri3 a : very delightinl tui'o cf. Lt in our blitho1 eoniimmings with the an-'peH."t-If it bo, true tint in ordinary 'iifsVvTQ takfl no note of; time huUbv tt.s Io,-s,". it ; is 'equally true lhat at uch parties -as aro ivea by the younj men of Panola,, not- even - the loss .of . timo" is ttotcd i '.",' "I.. ' hi not exactly. "What . shall 1 say ?M but "What have, we said , Yonder load, under which the office boy is staggering, is o penetrate into private families. It will meet the eye of the village lass ju.c;t before she 1 1 . . ' - 1 ' . ml - ''I i . i ircsrcy tor lire party re a as. oit-n- ed it in tho hope 'of 01 lire newesi ia:non oi a neati-uress. She. is disappointed, and in total in difference 'to the rest of its content lias already .begun to "cut .'it up" for :urll her.liair. Jlnw abonunnble to: treat. 'k: editor th'ir-! "AVhy, Miss Hetsv, vou 'have 'run vour ivissors thousand to one, he, would cry out. "What 'horrid'' loohing creature is that ?" After a. time, however, he would begin to admire, and at last end in tho usual felf-worship. Pope's lines are equally truo physically a? mental! v, Vica U a monster c o vik a rnie, As to bo bated need but to bo" seci"", Hut "whenw p. w familirvr with his fac, W'c f;rst endure thon p'ly then emlraec. 'I'lie an-.e1 with human nature; Ave abominate and resent in 'others what we not oidy tidxrnte, but actually ad mifo''' in - oir?-eiVK. Thex-hl adage of "familiarity breeds crnicYnpV is not true as apd!ed to man's own acquain tance with himself or it may be lhat it is on this very account that we live on sucli cxcelh i.t terms'' with our selves, 5eif-hnowle1go being so very rare if not .altogether impossible. r lollar l)omibe putitintohistoek ,,n(, Adam lielped himself, Uv 4 lieve.iu will diiuk Uu! et, and preached in most capital stvb; ami on coming down handed the iudentical dollar to the man from whom he had borowed it. Vhv,' exclaimed the lender' 'you have not used my money nt all.' would hU.ve nt stomach foi l cbcatin" vu ' bclpbi" atietl.er-nml so. en hi j - 0!i, no,' v:,id ;!,0 Votinsirr.. part, die evil temptatkm bad; ;t me ytm aroalwavsfair.' been ohviaied. " j Veilv v!nspen:d ib ladv, The iiKur Yot itsr.i.F. princi-1 Idu.iinsr, s -li h.id an emid.a- Jt hastieen of great service to mei pie has nt no lime been extinct on ,jj0 u, rL I wmuM mt nevyrtliciCsss replied tlte parson. jn society, while it w seen to be ; sl iy S;l KfUZ bap'aini-i if v u 1 always preach so. mncii netrer f llSuversa aw ol nature. I he ' ,v.o ...t ' when 1 have money, in my poe.-cet., wojf .j,ei)S him c!f to til lamb! . ." The hint was taken as it was meant ,,4 fiW4 trr., T0 ..:, 1 MoV;f. 1 i 3 ' , . , n. , l; tne "r:s. io a::. 111.1 abir . 1 1 rm 4 rnrrticrnn' and tl:e balance of lus salary was , - , . . I ' -HUJ -A Itu ul u.l UtP. .1 11 11 v 11 r. - afU)lU,I , excen; 1 " uiieu 111 on- , trot totjeiher the tollownnj-alter- v . .;-x:-:v.--;...;,-: ,r-; rM..,n 'iil'l.nn i nn sto-im ' -"w'ttinn- relation Ol pa Cllt U, VOting ; , " . . ivoon. inert, is no steam w.tnou 1 . . . R ; Here s thPlacs to grct lour you post te ccKil.' i when IVittlrc cot.ld n;it (Its- j ? Mone Back ! pensc u im me capr.ee. 01 oeue- . ,.nnv , , ?orsT! , , , Lflno CiiR.STKRnKi.n. There volence, wlncli m tins in tn.'ice t T VVK;T:I . r,,t!1Tnfl(1 u.tm .Mi nuli is a ledicii'lous- stofv totd of. Lord I be it observed, tl 'Stresses the! L with a well i.ctea stock if ll.ATIi- "Time hurries on, ..With a reltl3H, unremitting -stream.;:; I Yettraad more soft than ere did iniuuight .;..rV ithtefV .;., 1; . , , -., ' That slidoshis hand uador tho taiser'apil- :-yrtf:ii ya-. ? And carries off his prize,", " - ' - ' I "XrTd f this wyTcxperieneed the truth Tit.".our Tcohim union with ihe bright t spirits--oil' Fritlay-. evening -four. vlr i$it ipartictilat, each pf whom might bafo fascinated a Plato or Diogenes bnich less 'a. susee-ptlblo be v3mfv . M 's. ': ' ' " - " ing like t h r 0 u gh our ed i t o ria 1 ' col n m 11 lspli t our brain pan in .t wo ! ! Unmerciful Misa ltsymay yotr -oVn lit tie' heart which Wats high over the: wreck of our mental exertions, n?tr ire, cut in twain by as thoughtless pair of---dancing pumps. iii On? of these, inanimate shjts wil bo found by Taj fn'er TliomsoM; on his tabic,5 a? ho en teis his in-at 1 ! tt le par lor after supper; v ready to t'njuy tht 1 u x uries'of a e t e-a-f et e wi ti h is n (Tec ? tiJnate wife, and to read aloud tu he? tlie; :ne ws. : lib : seizes ' uSje neat lift package, rips ff tho envelope"; irnd rapidly .sGryeyiug Its , consents comj lnenees its periusul, and proceeds to "things Mi gontjrai,'' and Jhe ediiorial page.; he.' makes - no remarks on the latter, but fiHishittgr f.frihe jiigljt, he luvRS round to otd the candle, nud finds, r- iwri ic tiomlthat his wife lm fallen acep 'J -hcry knit- ling has dropped from ir.'r hand her eyes a r closed, and her upper, ;vtor.y I'Al, mil r.m 11 jw prrparcd tu maktf ii-.HITS n tin saortost n-yt;ee, end a& inOvleratt pric ;s. Teri . CASJl. .1. .'. Mnn'iiv, n52-ly bup 140 lor iStar olure. RKf.rKCT. roll Aoi:. A Russian Princess of great, beauty,, in com- Imdig a putm-H .encl4Mf(iViw: visited ti velobrut- cd SwissMoekoV, Mic hael tnppack; when the Manjuis began to pass his ; jokes upon the long; white beard ol one of the doctor's neigh bours who was present, and otter ed to bcl tW eh e lotus ii ors that no lad v" present vodd d.ui bikiss the , . j d i r' y . o Id ; fc 1 1 0 W. . : Tl 1 1 e ; ItViss . a n Princess .OVde red her attendant tt hrintr a;plate, ai;d dt posited twelve; louisd'or, out! Fent : it . to . the Marquis, who was tto polite to thdic his stake. The fair, Russian then ,';)pi'C)aciicd f he pcfisant,' Fay ing, "Permit inW venerable lather, to sab'1 to you after the inuuicr of my coimtt y," iiid enibraeiuir, gave him a kiss. She then ; presented him the jiold ' which. Avas on tti pi a fe,v&yVi g6 " t ake f 1 1 i s aTi-n re membranee of Hie j and as n sign that the Russian irls think it their duty fo honor obi age. ; Chesterfield which sets that noble- parlies susceptible of tlte senti- man's ideas of country dife in so in(;n; for stickling creatures strong a oint of view, that it dc- arcaWnys in noor condiiioii. serves to be related. AVnlking, ...... :,; ;. ,trn.,i 1..,'.; , ., , . , Appropnalion . is tlie "jreat nui- one (lav. with a friend in the street ' ' ' , . 0 . I. ...v.l;r.nrl.. nm.nvn.l bV J Ol ill C U III VCrSO. : " J 110, III- , JllVCT OiiCe. Ill: liuo lAUKiiiin imiiumiuih u . . , . , ,,-,, ... ,. T.. lirtle ear, wnicn comiuueu lkiik- j i""i"-V j ' i ll U cWitv, Xn., on th? lSih .lav ing; ,md biting at his beets. lie 1 oluer liaiHl, andlcial. of J.:na.uv; .lsT,'u negro - aiau of .tarlc bore tliis ibr snne time with great patience"; he at teugetli, itcrnihg roiuHl, niut witn apparent coon humor, "I ish yoi were married Sir, and settled .W the ccruutrv !' vi:uy ' sing i conip'.cxi n, r.bout " fe?t '.S or 10 iiu'.'.-.-s - j high, wa'ghs nhy.it 140 or i 0 po-ouls G tllar sort of a -j r -T ye.ivs old. Kersnv' eo it n:id nautsj . . , ;-oo I fi'iots anJ an old black Hk hat. - man sent fi.r -n-magcsiroio. ... ; j t ' - ' -. -it i . sr. .. . . .... Hi ll?, IilS Win. .11 OT nieniKUl- : beloncsto liuck Avr.nt. ol (ixiora l.alav- : ...i v. n ;.,.,....... Iw... ..I' Im Im ettc t oiutv, Miss.,' 1 Ho owaer is ticVft.y Cleaning 01 course inai im, wouiu ,,u,V'"r' " i"!"! .,,v . t..-,ni:aud.:i to -orao forward. iWi . .-.. ... -i ...... . '. i . . i .: ii. ... . . . . . .. soon ne rpneteu. '.vein (Hi -loin . i uivu uum u:-.; nronertv tr4r chant s and take. h:m J.wav, r . . -' ipieatb to my. beloved brother h- wiii bod-it wiih s th-" law direct ii,- rV I .i i i ii r..r2 S. J. XOl t'b 1 1), Jailor. r 1 okk. Zack, T one thousand, d.dlaus. Take Ca? of xqv Ai ingenious attorney, who always ..Why, vou are Jiot . wort'i bull ; if imi in ii mi ill ill . t f iiih r:iMi'. i ii-. i-"" -; fjv,- tliatsum I i t!:o world, uiicr- was npp led to by a ; fellow - who ; . , . . ,,v..u . ' lis - i c. r ruptec l ie inaistraloAVell no had stolen some. pov;, to. defend . . him. " AeecniUHrlV, m.lu.susual. unemtve vnV tnlviieh the nlan- o her 4IlS 1UV Will that lrolbe, tiff relied, anil the iury broujit, inn Zack ishouid have idiat sunn vesdict of 'not gu'tltv.V Aftefth-a and lie m iy work and get jt i verdict was loelurei, as the Joilovv ho has a mind to was leaving the court-house; whis-( nerod to his attorney thns--,Kouiiei wl.iitsall ! vit.h,the'porUf',for L fTP Lnre Wliitc Kiuncv I lKitg:ytityetva Kat.it,' rptU Beans, sliced and stewed hi ed the.lawye.r, '.for tho -jury tay mi! rom a fretpient and nut-1 you did not steal n. , , v.t Htiotis dishai the 4an bouse in ! I 4 r.t- 1 13 .Vis. iL- Fat-ako JiFAs; Mi Irishman who hod ptg m . bis .v possession j was obser iM ."! to ? tiboVit constant practice of Jiilbig, it !?o repletion one nay, anusun vuig ii me ue.M. Oa being asked his reason for do in" so lie replied, OcUl sHre 'and i-fn t it tnar, i uk to nave L-K s OMUur.Hvniit'iii.n ,o;one -;: u Aiabrotj-pes, : Aabrojraphs - ' A"r ' Air; - - ' Artist and Silve'rEmUh. AVhicb are the two totters in tier with a strake o' fat and a Vt'rake the English alphabet most disagree rAi I oMahc, cpVa"oiiv after tother; t i ! able to ladies. ) K-deesiV. . was cnlh'd to bv nil comrades; How canst thou be so.nfatnouT , - - o- iuici -saw .in souio oi mtv -j-r s OCCUPtKt) ROOMS AT TJlS for tliv. fellows! witness -thyndis- papers, lhat Mi Jacob L ng 1.1 1-ANoIA UOTKb (Jones') whero trraceatndcurseltheoforaeuward!? Little ba i petitioned one of tbo r" , lV4 f r 'u '1 hat. may b.e said the fugitive, Jishitures for liberty tuhrow tdm do3ir. ttm. y J but J would rather be cum.asa :lWay ibo' lng from Mts name L VL!!(5VWATCJIfl mV living soldier than as a dead hero. . ; ' ::U'U: it.nV.Vr'r'ib'. : ; , of km3, neatly jepaucd an, : , , . : . , ; tii;i!!: lUberiI)UljllCCOireCtlCOi ! warmntNl. i the pbci'si idea : ' Jvw- i 'i Jan- U: 1 S 7. A.- -".- r : '- - sO!anwnts "hut trrrtr here below;? Ward" If ft fx - 4. if H hi if - t it V X t. ir f I I; i-i t ,1