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- YAZOO CITY C OTTOrj "IIAHITET. :
.The sales' of Cottra " " ' Z &o ' Fa--wec!i
amounted to 1203 ti!: tt ' .Izcs rt-icj- frca
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our frienia goicj
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CceCf?ani."- TV consider hla" establis'irrient
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art::!::t!:at::;::r3. Je!:n O. Ctxa::ori ii Co.,
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...JX7e - desire"' oar ;.lady. friends olcg to
ie'isburg, tnJ wishirg : to pure!; ' "3 Children's
CIotI;:3 to r i to Hr. 7. II. Cte; zz C Co.
lie has tli? knvAsozzzz': clock:-ever brought to
this market . -- ; ; -'.' : " ':t:.
..complihe:tai:y ball to captain
-.We un2;rstar.! t'. - :tl?raea cf - cur City
conlcmplata g'.virg C.rtiia Carro.3. cf th? ne
Steamer P. C. V.V. a ball on next Wtdr.eV-
ga8 our c'tlzentendays'u .
Th's h&
twutfu-jac iasa ana mec . xae approval oi every
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bo-y. -ve presume the h i?es will I : i:.;!tedas
they are usually t... rties 'iU1e. g2ntki.12n will
bear the expenses. " e i .ucerely hope ourVood
'sister -Vlcksbur, .will kep her eyes open' and
not let us coxo
a the t'-awarco as
; we did the other t:ie, 1 , 3 Ye zoo- City Brass
Band will ace. p y tl arty ...c-nade
them if it i3 Lt2 rt r-ht vh:a Ili V"c11j geta
there. '. . , '
Ourycur reopl3 are arAicipatlng apy and
- pleasent tics of it, and ,ve dare say they will
not be disappointed lsv;q have seen Lowp kis
ent a trip- oa the Vallia can be -made-...-;;;. .-. 'v-j
T7ADIIIN GTON - ITEilS " : ;
" -There vr-j another prolo 1 Cabinet ' session
" oa the ICih ia relatl .-1 to tl.j Cuban' question,
If is not catrdrr tn-t-wn what course th3';"PicsI
tknt I.13 detrrr.ked -pen. Tu3 crderstj Co..
rac-r3 ITcCulIy r .3 cf ccur-?
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enc j, tut frcm r. ' " vcl: ;:ce. TLcy . :it to cb-
t-incr r:tp'.;cr, t:.l to ccr.lnuo t!.? pre.,
es-t corrupt czJrc'.trn ccult!:n cf thlr-s, and
aro wllllrj tJ t:::rt 'cr naintr.n cr.y f-l;cLccJ,
however vlzzi ircus, to enable tlisra to croct
their " object. ::AYho . chouU l-:now better than
tha natives cf the soil, wh:;: .""htto be the na-
tional policy? - Shall the Pops of Home, and
the foremj Priest who 'swam the land be con-
, . ,,
stituted dictators! ..Or, shall we call in such
man as Kossuth, Mitchell, end other foreign
renegades, to sh-pe cr coursel Or, if none
of them, shall v 0 t. e these as guides, who, by
courting foreign influence, have succeeded in
obtaining ToSlce, and , lilnj their pockets out of
the public treasury! Te reject them all, and
prefer ' placing the ..fate cf the .nation dn the
hands of those who are "tofhe manor born'as
we are certain that it will be more carefully an;.!
securely guarded from evil.--;-; -
'But, say l1- c::?rd:3 cf the ".':-: f" -theAr--'
' "r
, besacriScw... . is" alike
faLi with Uie" one stated above.' Abolitionism
is not admitted as a principle of the TkitOW. Noth
ing platform. Can it be believed th?t Sonihern
men siire holders- wo-' ! oniu ...selves to.
a party which slrned to d-.-irey flvcrj', and to
strik3 down, th.3' inSuenee t ft - SouUi, in the
L-Uoa! ': Kone fcut fbek f : I r.v:c3 will advance
such an opinion. ' " 1 the enc... - of the Amer
ican party conceive i. impoble? Uxat men . loca
ted '.East, AVjest, North, ar.d South', can unite
from purely patriotic principles to check tha
growth cf forcgainSaence and domestic corrup
tion, and to restore our ge'-ernment to its crigi
nal simplicity' a:; I pu. i'yl If - they cannot, it
proves the corrupt::ee3 cf their own hearts, and
their insensibility to all patriotic: feeling; We
assert positively, that Abclltio"ism; is. distinct
from Ame ' -nism -and. that, although Aboli
tionists, may, and no doubt do, belong to the ,A-
merican order, they fkd nothing in "said order to
encourage interference with Southern institu
tions. It might as we f supposed, .that men
tf " ' a 1 " ' .- r f ' " rt 1
uuu.buk iuijjim ueii w uv vvuiw- .
advance the general happiness Without sectari- j
an views, as that Americans cannot go hand in !
hand for their country because they .live in d"'
erent sect'on.?. Pa'ct3 contradict the theory
een feeling pervades all sec
tions cf - the .country, and will manifest itself
convincingly- ia v 1
da - at the election' this
Sam'' ia pursuing his. vie'-rio-1! career.
Ie has carried ki3 Mayor at Jersey City, by 13
votes. , He also carried Princeton 'lew Jer
sey'! seat cf learning. . He report ..n-T vic
arious ia all the towns ia Albany county, New
York; ako at ricrmcnt, Lockpcit, and rfher
le."3 too numerous to mention, is r. ng
it tlronT "cut Wtot."
iCh A wee tern Juetico cf the Peace ordered
a witnc3 to "cor.e np r -1 b e swera. j j was
nforracJ that the pereoa wa3 deaf end uernb.
WI den't care" eeid tl.3 Justice parsicnatcly,
het.cr h3 k cr Ewt I.eee ii tha Ccnitltution
ci the Clatesbekra me. It guarantees
t ev: ry m: a tl.3 rip ht c f e; . h;h, and so 1: ng as
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''i'ch v.crf, tl.c-.-.;bt Icrj r-.l w'.di cut.
r r.v prcsLiT..:..: 1 c:.. red v.p a K-i!? vi-liu1
;:i J r.3 eafj ca Lear'!. t!
t:.":i. on a co;l
cf v. i e, a d.nlay t id it
wa3 tao eprirf
Alt no less thar.Iwulon tatacccunt.
I.t
. t... Ire 11a an.l carpet. sack" all went aip
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T irr; S I Lund it was
a v. ! j i.u 1 Llica l!ii" d.eate
& iid I bad to take a drir.Ic: eo I thought
if I haJ t ), tlicre was no use to make a fuss a
bcut it, and ve did accordingly - . Somebody
punched mo while I was standing: at the;"bar"
end awry went the bitters over my white vest.
Bobsoa lauhed,but I didnt. Somebody. trod on
on r - toe, and somebody introduced me to tho
Ca; J.:.; the Captain esid hewosjjlad tasee me-'
1 m sure I was glad to see the Captain. '. Same
body piibhed rne out of the side where the band
was playing;.-- 'My I.jrd! what a big horn one
ofthosa fellows had and how red it made his'
face to blow in it; someone eaid he had more
J than one horn, but I couldn't see out onej the
6amo one said it took more than one horn to
i make his face red. ; i - - '
WlQ wag df .,. , j
j woni'er, I ought n)t to have taken that drii.k;
I split on that rock, how! many I took after
wards I dont remember, neitJier do I remembei
how I came to be laying is the head engineers
bunk after dinner was over.
People kept crowding aboard until I thought
the town was depopulated erne come in car
riages and some afoot. I found it pleasant to
sit with one leg over the railing and look ut
them walk the, plank the ladic3 sweetly and
held their beaux by the hand so tight. -
T' a ringing of little bells down le-
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.iJiU'fc.. ..... ..u
and then -everybody laughed.
Everybody looked warm; everybody using
... .r handkerchiefs.
s The Captain rushed to the bell' gave such a
terrific toss then let go that head time! 'Give
her a turn back' and w w-ere off. Everybo
dy h laughing again aud after we bawl 'Good
bye to .tho remainder of the- citizens we go in
jo gt another drink By love there was my
ojjjierid John Evens in theofSce. To rush
Upon j ait.d seize this.Jhand was spontaneous
but he woui'l1' riak mc 1 WS3 Borry,for
that The Captn wont'rink either he lias
to hecp a bright looi'- Pt t day. . -: ' . - .
- -1 think I must have'-.:-!,. from
time until the dinner tell re: J that. is. the
next tiling I remember.- :d-,- -; - '
-.: Heavens! wkt a table; why ifWai? t fr a
kip'f ma am 1 am curtain I lost na times wu"
,v,eu j
vas j
my Imife.and. fork, and that charnpaigne
delightful. Every mouUiful brought a blessing"
unon Cant." Carres.
;. As I said hefore I found r-yself in th- head
engineer's I ank after dinner red I did not em
erge from it until dark.
When I went down I found the cabin full
and dancing going or.
I got a chair nnl set myself close by to look
on. Presently themusde dropped and the qua
drille party sat down. After a while tie ba'
) Struck un a a furmv Virsr! nf n tnnn and three or
. 1 . . ' . . .1 . . .. ...... I
iout coupics came rusiimg into lue ring, auu
the way the coat tails and illusions spread out
a cauuon to cmistenaom. a 1 noucn
uuw, struct jae mine cye as unt tuuic jiasavu
ana l toolc a back seat. 1 ask, d one 01 the oana
what that was; "Snortish" said he and. went on
seraping that big f.ddle with the same storical
co a enance as bekre.
I tVink Uiat snortish is a . devilish fast, dan e
Tiie dance continual end after a while we came
to Ykksburgi some One toll mo we were coming
to Vieksbnrg.. I went out to look--saw a great
deal of darkness" and h great many lights..' Glori
ous .visions of the gigantic cat fob tha t are caught
here rushed like a. flood upon iny' soul and I was
dumb from emotion or from having nO one by to
speak to i um t know.hxh.-'.' '-,: .::'--: v;
Atanvrate I went iu again took anctl.e ' drink
my carpet sa nud uaibrolla v. that's all I know
of" the t''ip (as I cr.n home by band) except that
it was as good as it could have been and that the
Captain and Lis aide-cannot te any vl.cre eclipsed
for polit' ne.cs,att( nticn.ck gentkmanly bearing.
Yours truly
ROBSON.
rik.lt is stated that the Know Nothings have
altered a portion of the Declaration of Inde
pendancc, making it read thus; "Life, Liberty
and the pursuit of Iiu.-u:,:n.."
AMnn:c.vN Pa i fsy 1.-; PitA.xcE.--The Puris
corrc?p-::k-nt of the k. Y. Journal of Ccr1"
reerce v. rit und.r di'.e of Tdarch loth:
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, Lav.; 1 oca L::-- !y c;." lor.t to cr.;.bl3 I ta f '.. t
j up Via rro.n: 3 ca tJur..!:iy. To el- 2 t:.cni
j oa weei: cLya will require tl.o force to b3 d;uV
lea at t.i- leat.
If this is so and there cau be
little doubt of it what will be ri-eeted n;:er the
passage if it should pass of the uc.v police
bih now before the Legislatvn 'taking awry
from the mayor all power to act 'eiUdcntiy .as at
present! erh.k.-- ,- - r ' - . ; '
JIARltlED Iu this county on Wednesday
the 2nd inst. by the Rev. J. IL Pugh, Dr. A. P.
IJagruder to Miss Julia II, Abbey, only daugh
ter of the Ilev. R. Abbey. v ; . r;-:-
NOTICE. ;
T WILL, at the May Term, 1S55, of the
JL-Proh:
obate Court of Yazoo countv. asGu'rdi.
an of William and Mary F Milleri present my
Bnnual account for audation arid allowance. ; -
MARSHAL! R GHEER, Uuardian.
May 4 4G . fit
BOUNTY1 LAND.
LL Persons who sened the United States
, two weeks In any war since 1790 as a
LULDIER. MUSICIAN ca TEAMSTER,
are entitled to
.. ICO ACRES OF LAND
or such other quantity as will make ICQ acses
III IVUUb HILJI iuvw UCICbUlUlw IvvvilvUi XI U if J I
such person be dead, his wide nr, or if no widow
his r.i- ;r children are entitled to the 1: .1
Ann hfints ri" nnvA tipir rsnprj - -- 1
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by
ATTG. . . a1 LAV.'.
' , oo City May 4 . - . 4G tf.-
, Notice.
TWILL at the May Term, JS55 of the Pro
bate Court of Yazoo countv nrrsent mv an
nual account as Guardian of William and A! -
exander Burns miners for audit e".d allowance,
LEWIS GARDNER GuaiJian.
May 4 43 4-t
TTAVIIVG purchased the entire irA
to
.JLXMr.- A.B.FANTON in tin late
FANTON & TURLEY, the business v. i
be conducted by the underem. 1
' ? ".fexix u. ti; " r r,
WHOLESALE --AHD-RETAIi. ..JiEa II?
T7AANCY and Staple Dry Goods, Cl thi:
41 noct3 Shoes, Hats, C -s , f ?. Jdlery -c.,
thing
at
Khe Jxon front, east side of iington street
nrs and second doors south cf China. Et.
Vik;cburg,rnay 4.
. . LIME
O f f BBLS vVestern Lima
JiJJ Just received by
. - S. GARVIN .
. Vicksbupg miy 4.
FLATBOaT". . -
ONr 71atboat "1 feet lonsV tb or without
S. GARViX-
. . Vicksburg m7
Bdrpfains
PPRI ' G ixn smrjLPw clu j 11 1 : f j .
. 1YZZ have in store, and will bo reef e: by
every steamer from Nev York ace "-j ther
to, which will make oar stock comp..j in ev
ery description " ' ' - , .-':.,. -
"Our.. Clothing being manufactured at our es
tablishment in New York, we can guarantee
every articla sold by us. Our stock embraces
everything for - - ...
GENTS,' YOUTIIP, ITILDAENT RING
; - - AND SUM: -.'X WEAR
Which we will sell at extremely low prices
for cash,'or to pnnctual .customers on the usu
al time, i'lanters ad other1? in waul of Clo
thing will fk. ' k to th--' :. ka;t-ge to give U3
a call before rurchah 1 elsewhere.
J. A. CODLSO & Cvj.f I
icksburg msy 4-
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Wells ';;.. strengthen- Knapps Indian
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Farre!!s Arabian
G trde nners, : '
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Tderchents Glaring
Cherokee
Jdynss ' .-.
Butlers nerre and
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Rowans Tonic
Mix. Speeds Fehi:.:-
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Lovejts Wihpene or v jhu Duens Wah
Hair Gloss pel e
Carrys tricopherous LounensOric .i hair
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JSirrps Tricophe.- llai.les E. i' L'.truk
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Ointments and Salves
dailys r..jj:Cdl pi:i ' G ays : ,;'-":
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