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3 . 0 s t TERMS THREE DOLLARS A YEAR IN ADVANCE: A ADVOCATE OF AMERICAN s PRINCIPLES. I PUBLISHED ; E. FRIDAY S20RNING M' MS. HARRIET N. PREWETT. YAZOO CITY.-MISS, FRIDAY. MARCH ,14 MCi T..s -' -tf iVOL.n-.-NO; 43. " ' --. J ' ' -T... - .. . . - J . -; - . i 11 ii 1 1 i ' " " ... .i 1 " ' m 1 111 "" - - it 0 j Professional Cards. N. O. S. E. NYE ATTORNEYS AT LAW. CEHERAX. COLLECTORS AND LARD AGENTS. . Yatoo City, Miss. . PRACTICE in ail the Court held in Yazoo, ,and in the Circuit Courts of Holmes; Car joll Sunflower, Atallar. Leake an! Madison, and the Circuit Courts of the United States, the superior Court of Chancery, and the High Court of Errors and Appeals at Jackson. -Jan'y 11,18)0. "W. V. HENDERSON HENDERSON A V iTi "r T?f! v :"v Ji7 n A TV. VI J. M.ARMISTEAD. & AHMISTEAD. Legal Not ices, THE STATE OF MISSISSIPPI, At Office Rules on the 3rd Monday of Feb ruary, A. D. 1856. ) In Middle Dis Oakey & Hawkins et al f trict Chancery 203 vs. V Court jof the ' J Q Dabbs, et al. : Btate of Missis y sippl. .. UPON opening and reading complain ants bill of complaint herein, it appear ing by affidavit of complainants, that the defendants John Q Djabbs and Richard S Dabbs, and the other Unknown heirs of Jo seph W P abbs deceased are now non-residents of the State of Mississippi, and reside HAVING associated thcmselvesin the prac- beyond the limits thereof, so that the ordi tice of the Law; will give strict attention hary process of this Court cannot be Yazoo city miss. to all businest entrusted to their charge In the Circuifand Probate Courts of Yazoo, Holmes, and Madison Counties, and in. the Courts of Law and Equity in Jackson. jan 4 " ' 34-ly. J. I. MAYES, : ATTORNEY AT LAW, , Commissioner of Mississippi, No 74 CAMP STREET, NEW ORLEANS Dec 14 30 tr. ' ' ' ' ' "JTIITLA V HESS GET w iary process executed upon them; therefore it is or dered, that said defendants enter their appearance herein, on the or before the 1st day of the next term of this Court to be holden at the Court House of Yazoo County in Yazoo City, on the first Monday after the fourth Monday in March next ensuing, and plead answer or demur to the complainant's said bill of complaint herein, otherwise . the. several allegations thereof will be taken for confessed against them, set for bearing ex'parte, and the mat ters thereof decreed accordingly. It is farther ordered that a copy of this order, be be published in the American 13 an YZ OO CITY, MISS. ILL eive prompt attention to all busin :s entrusted to him in the Circuit and i'ro- ner a Weekly newspaper published in the TERMS . ' OF THE ... , ' ' . ZBcmn amrtccjin Banner r Published evkbt Friday mobmxo.I For one year, if paid in advance, : : : : c3,00 - " " XI no, jxiiQ m wr muiuiwi . ; u u tfnot paid in tvxlve months,' : $5,00 FAATE3 OF MlVEHTtStaC. One Square, (ten lines) one insertion, : : $1,00. Each Subsequent Insertion, ; : : : : : : -50. UaS Liberal deductions will be extended to those advertising by the yea. -32 araAair Aaa ai.uci 3Nai wavsiss Qfvne wtA neatn4 anet fatctlcA on FRIDAY MARCH 11, 1856. tate Conrts of Yazoo and the adjoining coun ties, and the Supreme courts at Jackson. Yazoo City Febuary 2 O. P. 11AME 11. City of Yazoo, once a week for one month. Test 2i. A JOHNSON, Clerk. N. O. & S. E. Nye, Sol. for Complainant. February 22, 1856, 40:5t. YAZOO CITY MISS. WILL ive prompt attention to ay business e trusted ta hiqM the-Circuit and Pro- tni Courts of Yazoo, Holmes and Madison and thu Superior Courts at Jackson. OCrOffice on Jefferson Strtet opposite Whi? office . 'Jan. '3 27-ly. V. MAY .4. E. li ilAYE3 MAYES & MAYES. AND SOLICITOUS IS CHANCERY. TLiL give their joint attention to all bus luess entrusted to them in the Vice Chan cy and circuit courts of Yazoo County the ireuit and Probate Courts of Madison county 'tiie several courts at Jackson. X-D. MAYES, Jackson, Mi. y RU MAYES, Yazoo City, Mi. ' iriS 6, 41-ly. SlfARKEY & iTH'EEs; JACK8oa,MISS. WM. L. SHARKEY, has resumed tht practice of law, and has funned a parner hlp with WM. T. WITHERS. Eepeciu.1 attention will be given to business In the courts held at the ciiy of Jackson. When tiesired business will be attended to in the adjacent Circuit Courts. ftT Office on State street over Green's Banking House. 36, CAMP 6TKEET, Feb 3, 54. 30-tf. Slew. Orleans, La.. "STHOTHEU7 OBETiNVILXE, WASHINGTON COUNUY MISS ILL attend Hie courts of liolivar isa quena and Washington counties and THE STATE OF MISSISSIPPI, At 0ice Rules 3rd Monday of Ft-bjuary AlexanderSXa!dwell, etux, J Dist Chan- 189 : ?vs. cery ourt Mary A.' Hurt, et al. 'State ofMis J sis ippi. UPON opening and reading complain ants bill of complaint herein, it ap pearing by affidavits of complainants thai the detendants Mary Caldwell. Leteria Cald well. Harriet Caldwtll, Charles Caldwell and Jas Caldwell; also, Josephine Garbra, Wil liam Hurt, Letitia Hurl, and A. O.P.Nich olson Jr., are non-residents of the State of Mississippi and reside beyond the limits tnereoi, so mat ine ordinary process oi mis Court cannot be executed upon them;there fore it is ordered, that said defendants en. ter their appearance herein, on or before, the 1st day of this court, to be holden at the Court House of Ynxoo County in Yazoo City, on the first Monday after the fourth Monday in March next ensuing; and plead answer, or demur to complainant's said bill of complaint herein, otherwise the several allegations thereof will be taken for confes sed. set for hearing ex parte and the mat- 38 t-f. - ters thereof decreed accordingly. It is further ordered that a copy of this ordtr be published in the American Banner a Weekly newspaper published in the City of Yazoo once a week for one month. Test N. A. JOHNSON, Clerk., W. B. Helm, Sol. for Complainant. February 22. 1856;40 hi; OUR CHILDHOOD. H f -. , BY 30. D. PRENTICE. Tis sad, . Dt weet, tctlisteTi .To the soft wind's gentle swell, And think we hear the music, Our childhood loved so well; To gaze out on the even And the boundless fields of air, And teel again a boyish wish To roam like angels there! TVre are many gleams of gladness That cling around the past And from the torab of feeling Old thoughts come throbbing fast; VThc forms we loved so dearly la the happy days are gone, The bcaujtifui and lovely, So fair tojyons Those bright atd lovely maidens Who seemed so formed for bliss, Too glorious aud too heavenly For such a world as this ! Whose solt dark eyes soem'd swimming Iu a Sv-a of liquid light, And whoso locks of gold were streaming O'er brows so sunny bright; Whose smiles were like the stashine In. the Spring time ot the year2 Like the changeful gleams of April, Th y followed every tear I They have passed- like hope-r-a way All their loveliudbihas nod Oh! many a heart is mourning That they arc with the dead. And yet the thought is saddeaicg To muse of such as they And fed tkU all the beautiful Are passiug fast away 1 That the fair ones w hour we love Grow to each loving breast, ' . Like the tendrils of the clinging vine, Then perish where they rest. And can we but thiuk of Ihcso, Io soft and geutle Sprmg, When the trees are waving o'er us, And the flowers are blossoming! For we know that winter's coniiug With his cold and stormy sky - And the glorious beauty rouud us Is blooming but to die! Interesting Dlrcovcry. Among some old papers about the New, Hamp shire state capital, the original draft of the follow lug rcsuiuuuus, lit wi3 iiuuuniinng ui utu. j. iuhx-, have been discovered. They" were reported by the democratic representative from Hillsboroughf the native town of General Pierce, , and passed the democraticlegislature 1847 unanimously. It ia a remarkable fact (says the New'Y'ork Pes') tliat the very three men, Nori is, Williams and Hibbard, who signed the resolutions in their offi cial capacity, were in Congress and voted to re peal the Missouri Compromise: " Resolved by the Senate and House of Repre sentatives in General Assembly Convened, 1 hat we regard the institution of slavery as a moral, social and political evil, ' and as such, we deeply regret its existence, and are willing to concur in all reasonable and constitutional measures that may tend to its removul. Resolved, That in all territory which may here, after be added or acquired by the United States, where slavery does not exist at the time of such addition or acquirement, neither slavery or invol untary servitude, except for the Duuishnuut of crime, whereof the party has been duly convicted, ouffhtever to exist, but the same should erer re main free; and we are opposed to the extension of slavery over any such territory; aud that we also approve of the vote of our Senators and Repre sentatives in Congress iu favor of the Wiluwt Proviso. Resolved, That our Senators in Congress -be instructed, and our representatives be requested, by all expedient aud constitutional means and measures, to sustain the priuciples herein above set lorth. MOSES NORMS, Je., Speaker of the House of Representatives. HARRY HIBBARD, President of the Senate. JARED W. WILLIAMS, ; Governor. ' (ttrThe SafrNichtnaDers sav. thit althouffh Stephen Langton "andjsoine' of the oW British barons were ex'communic&gd by the ' Pope, ,for extorting Magna Charta from King John mid establishing the great principles of Eng ish lib erty, me. lact mat ineytuareu to assert inose principles in defiance of the5 Roman hierarchy proves that Roman Catholics may dare to act independantly of nie authority of their spiritual superiors. Certainly it proves that a ew Ro man Catholics did on one occasion act in defiance of the Papal power, and ifprgves also a good deal more . VVe do not contend i that , Popery must always of necessily crc' ut every spark of freedom, of thought cn l LUoh from'man's immortal soul but v Co ... y that its whole ten ¬ dency is to this resa .. And furthermore' we say that the case of Lin ;ton and the bold- bar ons cannot operate o'hf - . : upon ttfe minds of sincere Roman Catholic : c , t .is day than as an awful warning to them lieyer favT the cause of liberty in their own land, against the wishes or the commands of their master in Rome. They all believe, they all profess to know, that there can be no salvation in all eternity for persons A Learned .Judge. ; C The law is sometimes strangely administered. I l owing.pernaps io a Bngarejjfcc"xommu- nuics in me De&awju oi me sunrages. a case in an adjoining county, may be cited as an il- ! lustration . A circuit i udge meeting a Justice of the Peace, before whom a case had just been tried, remarked: " Squire,! cannot sec how you could possibly have given judgment against the plaintiff in so plain a case V . ! 'Judge replied the other, "1 11 tell you how it was. JJn last election day 1 treated the fellow more than twenty times; bought him a new j suirt to make him look decent, and let him have money to electioneer on; and what do you think? j the infernal rascal went ugin me all day! .. And now you. see, this is the tint hitch I ve had at him since, and 1 was bound to put him through to the end of the string." - , But, Squire you should consider that there are higher tribunals than a Justices Court, and your decision will most certainly be reversed, and remember, also, public opinion. ' As to burlier tribunals," said the ksquire, "if I they don't like myidecisions, why they can just resign; and as for public opinion, I wont give a tinker's cuss for it, and 1 expect mat, too, will go agin me at next election. " The office is now mine, and before they get ma out ot it, I'll give some of them fellows regular fits in the way of law." . , " ScrrEiijiO AT Sei.The-Savannah Republi- cao, of Monday last, says: ' ; The bark Ward Chipmao. which arrived hem yesterdjy morning from Malta, bad, a lonff ard u-uiuus vuyagj, auenwa oy mucn suJenog on the art of the crew. ' She left Malta on the 5th of November last, and on account of heavy weather, was one hundred and ten days at sea.' Her cap tain died on the 20 of December, and was buried on the 24thvTb6 vessel subsequently ran short ok pro visions, und tbeerew werefredaced to an allowance barely sufficient tasastain life. ; Their supply of meat had become entirely exhausted, while a pound of bread each per week constitc'bd r their rations up to the 12th 'aT February.- TJUxe ; were two dogs on board, to which they were com pelled to i-csort. One of them had been coDSumed, and the Other was being dressed on the day last ' meutionl, when the American ship Evening Star; bound from A ntwerp to New Orl.ans, hove in s-'ght and came to their rescue. " S!ie supplied the starving crew with provisions, and put on board Mr. Robert Beck, as acting captain, who brought ner into tnss port. They spoke several other ves- ! I... f II! . r .f -i . . excommunicated from the Church of Rome, by ore Iluun& 10 WUtt we Jiveumg Star, but thfl Pnn of Rmf Thftrft ia not a Roman couia B answer. Catholic in all our State, from the bishop down to the hurhblest layman, who dares doubt for one moment that Langton and the barons, who were excommunicated by the Pope for achiev-; ing British freedom, are, by the force of their excommunication and as a punishment for their devotion to freedom and their resistance to a kingly tyrant, suffering at this moment the eter nal penalty of hell-fire! In the view of all conscientious and orthodox Roman Catholics, the case of Langton and the! barons simply shows that a Roman Catholic may, i.i temporal aflTatrs, disregard the authority 1 deeply engaged in a careful inspection of all the ui ins spimuai masieiau ue is ouiy ,vuiuig iu ajfiiw. uy accident, some three or four of them go to hell for it. What proportion of them met around the work of art we are speaking of would be willing for this, we do not undertake and slowly deciphered the tag for the benefit of to decide. WbatM Bishop Spaulding's opinion the party. "It's a cursed Yankee lie!' exclaim- upon the subjectl What Roman Catholic would ed one of the Hossiers. 'Putolemene Taw dare to obey the fugitive slave law or auy other Don't I know, I tell ye that's the American Eaglo slave law it the terrible penalty of the curse of I feeding younsr Sara with crave! stones, tn oi Rome were held up before him! Jhim grit. fN"; Y. Sunday Courier. .-, Yocxa Sam az a3 meals. Amoug the stat- uary at the Palace, there is a group ia marble, or plaster, by Jones, of London, labled, Ptolemy Lagus, nourished by an eagle. The bird is rep resented as in the act of shielding c:i infant 'fiom the cold with its wings, while a bite of something, which might be a date or somesuch edible is be ing placed in the open mouth of the little fellow, by the break of its feathered nurse. Yesterday, during the rain, a number of Western drovers, who had finished their business at Boll's Head, Twibeu iub j.iisuiaie jxnioiLion ana vim mim tj Uid uen Hardin, one ot me greatest oi i ; NEW WEAPONS. Kentucky's great men, says the Louisville Jour- The St. Louis Democrat, speaking of Sharpe's naf,;4sasuli have been .a, first-rate Know Nothing rifle, saysv Mr. Sharpe is now preparing models" if he principle remarks of his in the Constitutional Conven tion of 1849. In relation to the regular army I must say I regret to see it filled up with this foreign popu lation. I consider it the high road to the loss of our liberties in less than one hundred years. yards; a rifle, suitable for footmeuvJriu a rae-9 U oi one ume; ana large gun, io mrow a two ttinofl ball or a shell one mile and a half, or as far as a man and a horse can be seen to advantage. Witn uus latter weapon be declares be can act on fire a house or a ship at a distance of nearly - I ?1 1 . .1 . . -11 1 ,. Tl w. tkA'afnhll fl.a Mnnkl!.. r 4WU UHIco, auu UlcVCUt lllc Use UI UclU rUlierV DV will bo'tbe downUo. ever republic the world ?"KTiVt r1? ' '"i? rf . ever saw, th.t sh.U put into T it.rmiea foreigo f "JT' 1 1 Tj?'f?'ITU ' y the poor Ir-1 : m. r : great precision and force. He intends these rifles to become a national weapon, and should - Con- gress, "by using a little -liberality, .purchase the patent, the country would be possessed of a mcaus orwarlare. - . . W; THE STATU OP MISSISSIPPI, At Office Rules 3rd Monday of' February A. D. 1C56. ' - 1 In Middle an- 4he supreme and Federal courts at Jackson, 1 Mid JKTParticular attention paid to the cob Charles L. Dubisson, ct al, f Dist. Ch lection of claims in adjoicing counties. REFER TO Hon W L Shffrkej, Hon Wmierger, Hon J D - Freeman Hon John I rd Barnett W A Lake vs. Eliza A.' Sessions. tgfc. A friend of the editor of the "Memphis Appeal" in the police force, met a couple of ser vants going to church, on Sunday evening last, and desired tnera to snow uieir pass, wueu no had handed to him a half sheet of letter paper neatly folded, and on opening it, to his surprise eery Court of I read as follows. ; ' -1 the State of K 'Dear Sir: Please" permit the boy Joe, and l Kl.cicolnni Ann. the partner of his iovs and sorrows, to I -tt-.xt j ' i:J i-:L I nrnreed thrnncrh this dark vale of tears to the Guuin'Ilon Rich I run opening ana reauiDgcoraiiaiuauw r- . o- . . - . uion non ivicii i j r ,... P ',.. RnntiRt. (ihnrr.h. and there 10m the mass and Eq Vicksbarg. KSSX P&T on a harp of athocVd suings' and to ness to return to their home. Yours m " V" mm ROEEBT defendant, Eliza A Sessions,is a non-re ident of the State of Mississippi, and resides be yond the limits thereof, so that the ordma- HOLT & BOWMAN," -rnTtP.r.T a IIOT.T. EDWARD BOW- XI MAN have ssociated'themselves togeth- ry process of this Court cannot be executed er in the practice ..the Law. They will give on her, therefore it is ordered that said prompt attention t all business entrusted to defendant enter her appearance herein, on happi love and fellowshiD. To our Christian brethren, gree'ing.'V them in the Cour: or Yazoo and adjoining counties and all the . turts , held at Jackson. Sept. 7. - i ' t y . 10 t-r' LAW KOTICE. QD. GIBBS will practice in the Courts hel 1 in Yazoo City and Jarkson. Of lic the same heretof re occupied by Glbbs Si Bowman. Sept 7 16-tf. jy The estimates of the Administration re veal the fact that the expenses of our federal gov ernment for the present year wiU be seventy-one m;u;nno .Tnhn Ouinev Adams was driven , from or before the first day of the ' next term of office b ' a cfy 0f extravagance," i the highest this Court, to be h lden at the Court Hduse exnenditures of his administration never exceeded of Yazoo Co. in Yazoo City, on the 1 st l!pn- thirteen millions. Fillmore, a quarter of a centu Av Rftpr tli 4ih Kfrtndav of March next.en-i rv later, was charged with "cxtravaance,, be- . . i.. vi, ..r. I rmiQP with the war debt uDon his shoulders, he i.Mi i ti,-.. Ummt fiftv millions. Bat three years, this econo- r. .. ... .r . mi i I minnl Tpmoeratic administratiou has run tne 2Z!2XSrZJZ2i "Pense, up from fifty to seventy million! Christ as a ICcdecmcr. It see ma to me that in 'the present' day the doctrine of redemption would have been receiv ed more effectively had men viewed the sun as most as the glorious luminary, i istead of b u gling out for contemplation individual rays; which. thus isolated, will be all but extinct. -r-Thev acknowledge Christ as a redeemer," but they have so restricted the notion as to deprive it ot all vitality. At the mention of the word nothing else occurs to their thoughts but the what is confessedly of prime importance, yet only in connection with all beside the blood which was shed at Oolgotua. r or all within you which sighs after a redemption, is Christ come a a redeemer; lie has redeemed your body and your spirit; He has redeemed yourself and nature which surrounds you; He has redeemed you, not only by his death, but by his resurrec- uon;ioi onty uy nis me- on earin, dui oy nis intercession on the right hand of Ixod; not only by his actions, but by his word; not only by his humanity but by bis divinity; not only by what He was in time, but what He is throughout eter nity. Tholuck. . r what l said oetore, although l pity the poor ish, the oppressed English, the Scotch, . the ! French, the Italian, the Austrians, and the Hungarians yet it is very politic to invite many more of them here! We have to take care of ourselves. Sir, I have spoken on this subject, j and on a subsequent occasion that may present itself, 1 expect to speak a little more fully on the subject. I will say, I wish to trod we had some stronger naturalization laws, tuan we have, for no one can help seeing that the paupers who are coming here from Europe in such numbers, or wealthy men, it you will have it so, will make a population to press on the meaus for the sup-! port of the rest. V hat are we to do with the sixty millions there will be in this country in forty, years, if this if not stopped in some way. TT mi S niVT UnTT S T? ' and the matters thereof decreed accordingly, j jm. Somebody tells us that the best protec- 1 1 l I Ik. J 7 1 1 IIvllJLjrj I . t. ... i i j.L.i-.'ii -f.u- I.: ti.- r,f wintoi' is matnmnnv ' :T-e UnJersigned having. pur- oViaadrl - V 5ntrrt rf A. Tl. Ili I tK . f!itv Hot.! ,: r The Pittsburgh Herald tells the "following anecd jte of the Rev. Dr. Plumer: r. 1 :-V JJunng a visit to the riot Springs, on a cer tain occasion, he was invited by the company gathered there to preach for them on the Sab bath. He consented. The ball ' room of the hotel was prepared for religious worship, and the audience assembled. --. The speaker announ ced his text, and began his discourse; but was mortilied to find that by some of the younger and more-frivolous of .hi3 hearers of both sexes, the whole performance was looked . upon as a good joke, and to be treated accordingly. Some were smiling, some were whisuering, and uu seeraly levity prevailed throughout the congre gation. For a few minutes he endeavored to withstand it by ' a simple presentation of . the text, but to no purpose. Stopping- short in his discourse, he at once arrested their attention by the question. "My friends, do you know how these Hot Springs are said to have been dis- in "Yazoo City, and having thoroughly furnlsh lid'and refitted the-House, has this day opened it as the HOBSON HOUSE, ror the reception of visitors. 1 - V He flatlers himself, that with his expeii nce in busiuess and bis determination to nare no cains or expence for the comfort of his friends, he will merit and receiy the I liberal support of the public, N. W. H0B50N. Yazoo City, October 16, 1855-ly. ' 8. T. Maoocy." , ! ' : ..AGENT FOR,, ? i f IIEAI.D, EIASSir. vi CO. ririiDsioH; in. iicnAUT Ni: vv Orleajts, La. TfD Dvlcr la Prodan and Groceries, Hay Corn, Oats and Brn . , " January lS3G::lj . " : ' .. 1U LUC HI CM. bVi O IfiirtCVt UMVWU www..Mj.j. 1 UUIU.UWUJ w.M " . f thiH I t?nn rro?nst the risrors of winter is matrimony. order be published in the 5 Weekly Ameri- But he has.nt told us when is the best protection o wlrW ' NT.nr.nnnpr nnhlixb- against the rigors of matrimony, -.v - .. ed once a-week, for one month. - - ' ' ; I g- Thev have a ioke in California that the wm w . . . . "... 1 uiv - " r uiirou noiuscuuu. ,ftvCTed? I will tell vou. Many ears since, an The Paris, correspondent of the , New York 0u Dutchman and' his son were passing alona Tribune thus notices the death of Rothschild: ; down the valley ,'where the road now runs JLhat You will see by the" German papers mat yu see out there,' pointing to it through the a naiAm Mpvp, Rnthsz-hird th AldARt of th a fivp window "when, observing the f spring, they .n.nr ha fnnnrWnf th hnn ' nA. th. I stoooed their team to water the horses.1 The father's death, its chief, died onj day last week oU man took up the bucket, went to the spring. m Prnntfrtrt. A ff ai rnnninff nn limit fiir fiA years, Death refused him anvfurther extension upon his hand and scalded him Instantly drop- j . . . " . ' - 1 : t. : knilr.r ha cf til-to1 rn. Inn ur.nnn ' inn-1 1 Twenty years ago, when the City Hot 1, was the great bouse of New York, a guest from the extreme South-west approached the bar, and, caldng for brandy, filled his tumbler, drank off the liquor,and laid a shilling on the coun- -ter.' Mr. Jennings returned him nine cents in change. I thought,' said the guest, that you -charged a shilling a drink at 3ie Cky Hotel Ah, yes,' replied Mr Jennings, that is when we sell at retail, but when we sell at wholesale we make a deduction. - - : - ' y , . . His First Boots.; A youngster who had just risen to the dignity of the first pair of boots w misdemeanor, to maternal chastisement. fter pleading to get clear to no effect, he exclaimed V ; "Well, if I've got to stand it, I mean to take off my boots.' ' Whyr asked his mother. . -5' Because I wont be whipped in them new boots, no how. . That's so!", , - . - j . ...... i. , . ff . Orxamentau The Bstou Post tells a -goKl story of two boys, One of whom was boustihgof the beauties of his father's housed V i K It's got a cupolA,' said he, 'and ; it's going to have something else.' ' . What is it?'s asked his interested; companion. Why, 1 heard dad tell ? mother this mojumg thar it's going to have a mortsaie on UP -Office Rules 3d Monday of Feb.' 1 8th." 1 m(mber elect to tho Lcffiskture from Yuba thinks N, A. JOHNSON, Clerk. that he $ elected to the United States Senate, J. R. Burrus, Sol. for Complainant and has gone to Washington to claim nisseai. 41 tl. February 29 -V bovo stated rom tne Honor. CO Ale xnu ror.rEU- 1 ,20 casks b?t V. .Jon Ale and Porter, in i i ...... r - . ,1 t, - -. - larts ana r . : ..... i,.i . o vy r ciiA.i;.suEDj;f& co, Sheriffs Sr P N McCann, Ccms. v . v- ' vs. '.' V Evinline Y llatiSer", ct Execstion to me diK . tV.a Vice Chancery L-i I will sell to the highest biw. " r cash, On Monday, the 7th Ca cf April at the Co .it H0O3 of said couoty, within the hours pre .bed by law, the lollowing of Nor vesi fourth, sec-ah-east fourth of section 23, and iae of north, east fourth, section 3, low shipNliange3 west, 'i Levied on S the property c' ': " ant and will be bcK to z stated case andUvi. T , , JL. A. JEN. .S,. -(. , By W H HanouV S- Febnxary 25?;4J;t tSf A.n ignorant candidate for medical honors, havinsr thrown himself almost into a fever " from Y Virtue 1 his incapability of answering the questions, ; was of the a asked D7 008 or tne censoP now ne woma a pauent ror me rueumaiiam. here to be examined. "'' llll--JflJ nj j inr im jiti - ii "T"!? The Dutchman who refused to take a one I would send him dollar Lr.l. beciii3 Uct ebt be altered from a ten. prefers stage traveling t railroads. The former, he sas, rides him eight L: - : for o'd!?!lari-.while the latter only rides hia c-3. Zi pccj:Ic3.caa sheat me. ' rO He who is Dassionate and hasty is eener- ally honest.' '.'It ia your' cool; dissembling hypo crite, of whom you should beware. . 'There 13 no deception in a bull-dog. It h only the cur t, nn-.'-a nn anil Kitfm rrnn trVifn Tftnf ti!.k 4 trim. cd. Fontenelle was asked by a couriifir at Ver sailles what difference there was between a cljck and a woman! He instantly replied: "A clock serves to point out the hours, a woman to make us forget them. - -fTM . . . - - . ' ' . .... .., J . . :. - . r .u juj l 6i xoe census v STAusiics oi one parucnar After running on time for 84 a u ppeu .. ' ---f- .i,rT"r villasre in Iowa are droll enou-h, if -the word of fnl him n further ertAnsmn 1 UDOll U1S nanU aim BOUtUCU UIU1. MSUtUUY UTUII- I J- U- ISkJ H-oioi , 1 i m . . . i . , i ine WU.5T WUU Ul&UB limn uu uui ue rcucu UUHH and he must neons pay the common debt of na- Png his bucKet, ne ariea ior me wagon, run- e fonows: frishf 175; Amsterdam ture quite like,a common man. Yes was he no ning ana cauing wu s" Dutch, 11)9; other dam Dutch: 200 Whites, 007: . r i i T i t akAfrinrmn r vp i n hiin. in vk iiii - ri Mil lKn i - . . - - . . common man, u,s xmei oi menouse oi xvoins- ' , ' ,,, ; 7- Ct total population, 49 1. inis was the very lot cWld. Whe of me'Jew8,in allhisfflory, Uotfarf . compared to i Jew of Kings," who did in burst out laughing when, immediately assu- . - - .i' somsiBortrule u.cr wider domain than was ever j mmg a.iooK oi ucai. pvteiuuiigr, uu uVmS i ' v , dreamed of in Solomon' wealth surnassed that of ( n-ia tribute, bv whose We kintra made war!- tell vou. my frionds, that Hell is not far from could be entorced In Mississippi, many 'upstart 4 Poor Shvlock! " How would thy hardly provo- this place'.", . There -were no more smiles in youths, would before likely to conduct .thorn- . - . - - i -. i . i i nM twacs nnrn nmmnrw kedhave been satisfied could my vengeful eye that congregation mai uayi .Dome wno neara - Krj- have seen the phophetic vision one of thy tribe it, said it seemed to them as if the terrors ot me xcy it is asserted that Lake ITichig: frown t i; u:..:. u"- :.J . . r 1 i.iHmAn htiil i-nmo lUruisuing' uj kjiii uauau pww;3 utw . einuwn i uajr juujmu lAtv inlarnwina nr.ro anil ' in : ta tim.ra ftf I ' " ' ' ' ' 1 . these yvars,awful as the Apocalyptic woes, seen 03" At Che recent Festival of the Provincial in n,f r-i;i;,n brand Lode, at Ulasstjw, bir Archibald Ain-1 T ' -. m- . a . . ' I.a k. . nianfinnul lhol llnnnff lh hpvnnri ronr.fintinna of the most unsnrinna thtiFt; "i "'otu"a" pcuuvu r reotyj ed . 'Mother, can't I go and have my daguer- i taken .jl i 'io, ur child, 1 guecs it i't worth while,. Well!ihcn voa ruirht let tia'havsatCGth pull , I never r;o zzy where. ..... I completely over from onefide to the otLvi . The - like has never occurred bcrore in the memory- of . i the oldest inhabitant. ' " . v There areeighl manufactories of brooms in the town of Poland, Ohio," which turnJ,oit i fnthA T? AIon '" m omnll nnrfv ftf unMiAra I ID tne IOWQ OI - X UiaTiCK UniO. WtllCD -lUril.OMt WepiK Jed aina about ;threu bunozen pcV'week. or ISOOO ; kpSVe were:received by rtyi dozen through the - , - y for the better .sT?.oe Shylock's time, but the an- Eng.ish officer was S?r!.SSi - 0-Ti- government of Peru has got m pro. cient grudge still c tinct. oulders not yet quite ex- when. entchinr the hand of a llussian oliicer, he had presence of mind enough to give him a Masonic frrin. The itussian in a moment strucit ud the iruh of the soldier, led his. newly found . o. j . i J ti ;.t ii i i ' brother to me rear, auu ireaw.-u mm wiiu aume kindness of a mason. OCT "ThQ ice Eave way at Cincinnati on Sun day. " The steamers1 Grape ShcV York Town, Flag, Medora, Albertine, Bridge City, P?lem aud Tlrt nlr TinrnenA A M a 1 TU. T " m. ; ciNiM t;n :: ui Cilkkt TniNKS.-A little boy was muncLin? the Wisconsia and Forest Queen arelcct t ' tof gicgerbread; his mother asked who gave run over andta.. ifill Creek. x . - it to kim. Mis3 Johnrsn gave it to rse' - . L:...: ::.it I r'"--' The Iocs i3 csticatcd at two hundred thccJ i , 5 r S?T r Vvl l nT dollars. " - - - ' - ., jl u-v.ciiT i uu iu leu t.zr v-. ject up for selling all the:gcano onthe Ciiinca islands nearly twelve cullions or ton the price of which ; U thirty dcllirs a ton. Ay company havir 1. will probaL.y L-.a .... wnoie at u.-j :.zz. Weof- L. irj r- i over Ij lu ir.':: cc.i:i cua of C3S0 000,000 m . e, cL;2 to purchase the ' cfa rici can wh was ' ' .J. It isn't the ac l T ' -v-t the idea of bo y- . .::t nakjsuid li r V 1 X i Li i i , t ml '.