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The Neutrality Laws.
A Wtiddgton despatch will be found in another
which purports to give some of the points
anut message which. Mr. Buchanan has
,The same despatch rays In concluse~i
A dsinct recommendation is made for an altea
.ttof the neutrality liws, so as to permit Amen
OW to enlist in defench of any legitimat. y es4tb.
gishd government, withost incurring the penalties
This may be merely a.surmise of the telegraphic
reporter; but we sincerely hope that the President
will recommend a very material alteration of the !
odious, un-American, cowardl$ and superannuated,
tstates which have fettered our advancing footsteps
as much as they have belied our natuonal character.
We have little reason to expect that our Influence
s a people will be felt among the neighboring
ptesof this continent, or that our natural and
si'ssry acquisitioa of the whole North American
sostineot wfairlyl begin, so log as these absurd'
gtpblhbitinsdisgrae out, statute books. As the
les ofApril 40th '1818 now stands, no military or
save cepedltioutwhatever can be prepared In this
Atry td*operate at another, not even at the ex
phs invitation of d'Republic which is about to be I
oerwhelmed. That It has been permitted to re
adn so long without modification is something not
easy to reconcile with American feeling and Ameri
't air elbauster. a
SWe are not at liberty to believe, however, that
l(be.pesident sill propose or favor any such abro
gation or change as will deprive the U. S. govern.
meat of the power of preventing military expedi
tions of as purious sort and of a manifestly injurious
esdenc . The only document in which he has yet
rred at any length to the subject of the Neu.
plj~. Ltws was his message of Jan. 7th, 1868 rela.
tive to the arrest of-Walker by Paulding, in which
"In thus far disapproving the conduct 'of Com
mnodore Paulding, no inference must be drawn that
I am less determined than I have ever been to exe
ate the Netr lity Laws of the United 'States. i
This is my imperative duty and I shall continue to
perform it by all the means whichl the constitution i
i and the laws have placed'in my powei."
hIe quotes and approves in the next paragraph
the expressions used by Mr. Monroe in his message
-f Dee. 7th, 1819, as follows:
"It is of the highest importance to our national
character and indispensable to the morality of our
citizens, that all violations of our Neutrality Laws
should be prevented. No door should be left open
ftr the evasion of our laws, no opportunity
f-orded to any who may be disposed to take advan
tage of it to compromit the interest or the honor of
lie gives a brief sumn,arv of the laws of June
6th. 1794, and April 20th, 1818, and descants with
his usual vigor on lawless expeditious and the
necessity of preventing them. He regards them as
"the most effectual mode ot retayding American
progress," although he recognizes the destiny of
our race to spread theinsclves over the continent
of North America, and this at no distant day, should
events be permitted to take their natural course.',
It will be remembered that, in January 1868,
Senator Slidell renewed an effort, which he had
made four years previously, to vest in the Presi
dent of the United States in certa;n contingencies
and under proper restrictions, the power of tempo
'vrily suspending by proclamation the operation of
the Neutrality Laws. When his resolutions were
i rst read ii the Senate and ordered to be printed
"I believe the policy to be suicidal which de
prives us, at all times and under all circumstance,
of the faculty to aid the struggles of.oppressed and
erulng communities against the despotism of their
There is reason to beheve that these resolutions
had the approbation of Mr. Buchanan and that he A
sympathized in the secitiments expressed by M1r. k
Sidell. We hope the sulject has been made 0o
prominent in the forthcoming message, that it will
he thoroughly canvassed by both br.nches qthe
federal legislature and that some law will be sub
stituted for that of 1818, more compatible with the
sprlrit and more promotive of the progress of this
Tslxs ALaussc.-We are obliged by MestsI.
., au. Richardson, tle Galveston publishers~ for
a py of the Texas Almana.ccontainin~ip hun
dred and thirty pages of valistbltiobltory 'ad sta th
dties referring to their &tate. Ti
&Str Parrt:sa.--The office of State Printer has
een abolished by the Legislatute of Texas, and
-i-*hirk is to be put out to the lowest bidder. of
AMstrs.vc Pao rn.y --TENDER~D .-Thei a
Wilmington (N. C.) Joturnal, of the 19th,
's the following :*
We learn that yesterday afternoon a
hart S o'clock, GCptain Hall, on behalf b
this company, the Wilnington Light lh
.nIntry, tlegraphed to GoTv. Wise ten
ering him the services of the compony,
i fifty muskets and a piece of' artil
ty, offering to go at five hours' nbtice if
I Rhired. The prompt action of the com
pi2uy was ih view of the telegraphic J
:vlces from thie neighborho~xd of Charlea Ii
t i, VS. In the course of the evening etc
Be following answer was returned': •
- Ricatosr, Va., Nov. 18-7:88 P. V. on
-'can E. D1. lf'll-Please accept thanks. l
ly, no additional force is needed. Virginia foll
ready for the worst that is likely to come.
11.I A. WA ~. As
s Anonymosss W|arnag .Conesringpa Slae listr.
tclfo in I Vi~%sia and Kentucrky.
-s. UIssar A i'a'-- oaernor of Viroinias--.
Data SIn: Exeuse me for the liber.tyItake in
lresding you in ananonymous letter. I would pra
d so ifl did not think the eiercumstances de
Ed it. I am in possession of facts that justify
- saying that an xIzsancr Es isabout to~take -
ihe, such magnoltude that the BIowN TiMans is
Isaee bite in comparison.
O vr twelve hundred men are now drilling and
iSig for action in western Pennsylvania, in a Eliz
tiedspot on the Alleghany mountains. They B
Well mounted and provisioned, and every man
m5pWU to die in the cause if neeessary. The afo
rie husdred are to make an attack on your i
tb.Iu four divisions of three hundred mea te
cb-eeh to attack dierent places; at t
ale time, nine hundred men are to Sal
'Ywestern Kentucky. The men for that work 1186
.U g and receiving recruits at certain places righi
ot far fromn the State line. ~their exact follo
rtnbouts I could not learn. A
itoI.pamy is also organized in Indiana and one form
,--ia; but what their numbers are or their in th
"euts, or when they are to make their Afrst slide
Icaannot tell ; but I think I know enongh Wini
"ithe matter to warrant me in saying that ta Pee
lta of a very serious nature will soon take more
ttteal of the slave-holding Staes; and fends
'kist. be made the same day, or as near and
the Pennsylvania division a few days' Sei
ltthis letter slightly, as did the Secretary prTiis
an-d the consequence will be far more di. Sh,
it to tho People of the slave Statcs.
Yeurs rvuprcrfully, - . .
ther We mean something startling, ofcourse, and here
ints it is. On Thlursduy evening last, when the drifting
has clouds, like an old pair of pantaloons and other
age: articldt of wearing apparel, on a sWayhig clothes
e-j litne, wtegfilappirg back and forth athwart the
oer- eountenance of old$ol, a moderatet T'ell dressed
individual of the bifurcatedtribe, epdirenamourcd
wies with the placid muddineos of our jsire Rouge, or
impelled by the combined rsontata of bad
pc liquor, disgust and aneophytes usual bad luck at the
.int ensely interesting game of Rondo, gave notice
the to high Heaven and the bytanders, on the levee
ated that he intended to make a summary solution of the
iteps question of "To be or not to be ?" so far as he was
cter. concerned. That he no longer "would farels bear,
rnce to grunt and sweat under a weary life," but that he
ring intended to wash out his existence, his clothes, and I
and all eafthly remembrances in the sandy water of the
ean river, at the Perry Landing. In other words, he
aurd ihtended to make himself thd moist subject of a
the "Crowner's 'quest." The crowd on the river bank
y or seemed to be delighted with the idea, and saone hbu
this huome party gave the forlorn gentleman the nee.
ex-essary information in regard to the deepest -water
o be kc., &c., while we, whohave a weakness for "stage
w' effect" could not help iadmiring the methodical pre
int linaries of the actor. There upon the staging
neri- ofthe Ferry, with the wind and his fingers dishev
elling his long locks, his face red with emotion and
that "bust-head whiskey," he nerved himself for the
bro- final plunge ! We would say by the way of paren
ern" thesis, much to the inconvenience of an old chap
di" who was fishing at the spot,--the old heathen had
ons no soul or erye for thehorrible--he deserves to die
yeu without seeing even a public execution. In he
e went, but in a second, he arose spluttering water
ela. 1and "Help" most lustily. The audience on the
ich bank satisfied with his ability to keep his head I
above the surface, hereupon held a facetious run
,om- ning conversation with the disappointed non-de
that funct, tering him to duck his: heall, if he wished to
exe- have the thimig a fait accolpli. He did so several'
stes. times, but took the precaution to hold a tight gripe
to upon the end of his proboscis,;an¶l after remaining
itlon in the water and mufor somie tilhe he was hauled
lout as limpid, collapsed and dripping a specimen
mphb of a votary of Bacchus as ever cheated the Coro
iage ner,-he was a complete ce of "brandy and Water."
lHe soon introduced liit to another "'bat than
anal that which jie, but a fc ioitnts before unsuccess
our fully endeavoredto present htmself, and instead of
becoming food for fich he furiis.ed .us" with' this
lity charming ito,'cau, benidwelast 44w him, he was F
vas= trying to impress upodalhe crowd -;about him, the ra
r of fact, that they- 'were ''t all jolligododels an' we'
wogohotillmnorrin," and halloisg for theJ'Jourth
ie of Fouly, IIunker's Bill and Wamniel Debsier."
the 'M Thos. F. Mars all, orf, Kentucky,
u has been lately lecturing~in Dubuque,
of with an irrepressible tendency to prio
tent nounce the Word constitution cos-too
JAMES GAHAQB, ,
had A TT'ORREY A7 LA W.
T WILL practice in the Thirteenth and adjoining
Districts. 'Office in Aleint ri . nov2831y
Sheriff's 8Sa~k i.
ere Minor Polk ) ti
ted vs. No. 6453. is
Minors Flower. )
" VI'UAtS"NT to a decree of the Distridt Court for
L'the Parish of Rapidys, lefdered i'the above
.ntitled cause, I shall sell on,
sir TURDAY, the Iy of Jan
.. ary, 186 ,
ns nt Pmh]c Auction before the Court house door, in
he Alexanlwia, all that Trnact or Parcel of LANID,
fr. known as the "'MUlhollan Plantation,"and situated
.de on the Bayou Blulf, in this Parish. There are
Ie of armble land, and over Three Thousand Acres of
Pine Woods Land contiguous to it, making in all
he 'Q'P a
more or less. The plaec has been cultivated as a
hia Sugar Plantation many years.
- Terms of Sale-
. One-fourth of the purchase money in CASH-for
ior the remainder, the purchaser will execute two
series of notes of which one half shalt be payable
n- to theorder of the Tutor ofthe Minor Polk and
ar the other half to be payable to the order of the
Tutrix of the Minors Flower-the notes respect
ively to be payable in equal amounts on the 15th
of March, in the years 1861, 1862, 1863, 1864 and
1865.at the Bank of Louisiana in New Orleans C
id with eight per cent. per annum interest from day
of sale till paid-vendors' lien, and special morle.
gage retained with the customary pact of non
The property will be sold in block and not at the
tate of o much per acre, neither will any diminn
tlon in price be allowed, should the quantity named
exceed the true quantity on survey, nor will any
addition or increase oT price be required should S.:
there be found upon survey, a greater quantity
it than that stated in this advertisement.
i- J. O. WISE, SusaIr
Nov. 80, 18,59-ptr's fee 17 50fee
j State of Louisiana
. Parish Of RIapitdes, a
M. Rosentbl Vs. Benj. Sheffield-N,. 679-.
C B Y virtue f a writof fa. f Issued outof.the Dis- the
1 trict Court in and for- the Parish 'and State be.
g aforeraid, and directed to the Sheriff thereof, (said thc
writ issuing in th~ above recited ceane) will be sold net
at the Court House door in the town fAlexandria, t
on Saturday thle 3d day Deenbes' ket
Ii 18C9,' between the hours prescribed by law the etc
a following property, to wit: cor
About thirty4f ve hutidred ounds i,
of Seed Cotton, more or Fess at d
or nea·the residence of the De
Seized in the above ease to satistr said writ. and
Terms of Sale-CASH, with the benefit of ap.
i praisement. • on
Sheriff's Office, Nov. 16th, 1859.
J. C. WISE, Snulsrrr. goo
Shov. 23,-ptr's fee $5 O or(
State of Louisiana. den
Parish of Rapides, dv
SMinors Daal, eve
vs. No. 4499. mom
Eliza J. Pearce & Husband.) - tion
1Y VIRTUE of a writ off. fa. issued out of the enli;
B District Court, in and tor the Parish and State
.aforesaid and directed to the Sheriff thereof (said
writ issuing is the' above recited cause,) will be tit
exposed at public sale at the Court House door, in
the town of Alexalndria, on
Satu'rday the 7th day of January.
1860, between the hours prescribed by law, all the If
Sright, title and interest of Defendants in and to the I ern
following described pro.erty, to wit: noS
A certain undivided interest in a tractof land the,
formerly owned by Stephen Pearce, dec'd., situated I be a
in the 1arish and State aforesaid, on the North on a
side of Bayou Baeuf, bounded above by lands of Insti
Winder Crouch and below by lands of Joshua I the I
Pearee, ontaiinlg the quantity of thirty-two acres, poin
more or leas and being the same purdhased by De. S
f~endanti from Dela H. Pearce, wife of W. H. Duval The
and ltmhrited by her from her fasher, Stephen the i
Pearce, deceased. peta
Seized in the above cause to satisfy said writ. G
Terms of $8ale--ASII, with the beuefitof ap- app
Sheriff's Office, Nov. 14th, 1859. ' lif tee
J. , WJIS-, SfSrar ,
Ncr. 18-ptrs' fre 0US 1O 'c -, -
1)DURSUANT to a Proelanation of Robert C.
her" Wiokliffe, Governor of the State-of Louisiana
cting and to we directrd, notice ishereby veu to thei
ter qualified voters of the Parsat of Rrpi that an
thee Election will be held at the' several Wieencts in
the Parish of Rapides, established according to
the law, on MONDAY the 2id day Of ianuary, A. D.,
seed 1864, for the purpose of electing a Statg enator,
urad to fill the vacancy occasioned by the reainptien of
or the Hon. Thomas O. Moore, In the District corm
' posed of the Parishes of Rapides and Avoyelles.
bad The'Cotnmissioners of Election will take,notiee
tthe that said Election be held in all respeets according
ºtise to the provisions of the Constitutition andlaws in
e in such cases made and provided.
"e Sheriff' Office, Nov. 22d, 1859.
Ithe ' J. C. WISE, Snlurr.
was November 23d, 1859-te
leer, Avia d'Eleotion
and I r(onfotmement a one proclamation dt RoB t C.
te Wickliffe, Gouverneur de lFýiit de tlXognUoet,
fthe a moel adresee, avia eat par ces presentes donnir
t,he aux votanes competent de la paroisae des. Reipdps
If a qu' usne election aura lieu dane laIdivers precincts
ank de la paroisse de: Rapides, etablia selon la ltl,
LUNDI hl 2 jour c' Janvier, 1860, pour elire n
nrbU' Senattur d'Etat pour remplacer ga place'~vacantt,
nee. ocasionee pae la reuignatioq de Pl'onorable Thq
ater t} Moore dans to District compose des pawvlsoes
! des Rapide et Avoyelles...
age Lea cowmissaires d'electipdi prendront a4Is 'quo
pre- Ia ditdeletion aura lieu sons tous lea rapports
Bing scion lee provisions de l~constitutiqa et lea lois,
hey- registant tels ces.
Bureau du Sherif, le'22 Nov. 1859.
and Nov23-te J.C. WISE,Sherif.
the -,- -
ren- NEGROES POR 892E.
hap JUST ARRIVED WITHI TWENTY FIVE
had choice young
die t El ;EGB.OMB,
he which we offer to Jsanters- on the most reasoneS
ther FOTY MORE E PECED
ad I in a few days and will be receivng lotse during the
run- I " We have est ilauhed a 'DEPOT and will
-de-. always be foundift
ito Ii N T'S nUILDInG,
oral one squate south of 'the New Hotel.
ripe M Referpersousa wishing to buy to Union
SBank of Louisiana.
ieg d ov33-tf G. P. k T. DORRISS.
ire rNao FORSALF 4
ess.I FR.OlM NORTH ALABAMA,
I of .INIG detertined to establis a permanent
this .l E DEPOT in Alexandria, La.
Swill p on hand during the season a select and,
was assort LOT OF NEG'IOES, consisting of able
the b;odied'Fiehl ljids, likely Boys, Girls, Women,
e&. They invi" those wishing to buy No. I
irth Negr4ees, to call and exauine for thenedlves.
M !R.SPRAGIRS will remain on the Yard always
ready to wait upon' purchasers andtbpse wishing I
to exajuuie their Slaves-while MI?:MOSELY has
ky, returte4 ito Alabama for the pupose of sending on
additional sul!i rom time to time ts the de.
e, itand of this nailket may require.
ro~t g lesarsr 1.I,' .s ave been trading in the
.MissIsssppi nmarketlor a number of years-and can
give the most satisfactory Neiw Orleans references
as to their responsibiityd id character, such as
0 Bradly, Wilson & Co:, 8. O. Nelson & Co.,and
others. - -
Alexandria, Now. 16, 1859-8m
, Notice to Creditors.
.UCCESSION of Samuel J. Clark, dec'd. Ken.
s) neth M. Clark, having been appointed Admin
istrator of this Succeessin, herby notifies all 'per.
sons having clainms against the same, to present
them for registration and payment to the Admin
istrator or to his Attorney, ' T. C. MANNING.
Alexandriu, Nov. 16, 1859-1m
all A CARD4 -
To PFARIS1TS, IRCB AN~ s Me.,
I a Whd wish to give their Sons o; Clerks a Pracetle g
Business Educdition, in theebortt peqtble
tiame, and to younggentlese who•se
or TIME is ipportant.
le DOLBEAR tb
id COMME-CIAD" GOLLEGE,
The City 1t Nevw'Orles s,
d Founded in 1832.
Chartered by the Le ialatare o Louisiana -
SAgricitural aed Me~an icalDepartments.
Capital Steck,- $25O W:
Elegant and spaoionus hioe,
- -Knofa as
TIRE STORY BILRDING,
C8.E. CORNER OF CAMP AND COMMON Streets.
7 , rraise dx sorn sranars. .
N., B.--Therearcb speehal Ulmrti~ts and Pro.
fesors for BOOK-KEEPING, 'PBgMANt8HIP,
3 ATIEMATICS,. GERMAN FRENfCf,8PANIStt,
ENGOLISH, LATLN, GREEK, ere, s t to eaer the.
rasof business men, i.
Persons from 12 toOO6 years attend to any branch
athey nay wish, aud until as perfeotas they wish to
abe. There are,. probably, not less than w.e
Sthousrind of its former students in banks and bul
Sness houses Jen this city. '
Merchants apply here ifor clerks amid book.
keepers. Country"imerchants, steamboat cenrks,
etc., learwt in stew days to keep their books
correctly, or write afreye handsotme hand.
S Catelogues with terms opinouns of the pre~s nad
leading men of the natiop, eto., sept to all 'who
depire them. , . ,
*This ise only chartered Comamero Collegeia T
the Soutltw$est and the oliest in the. UDled States, O
and has stood for
MORE THIIAN A QUARTER OF A CENTURY "P
on its own merits alone.
Board can'be had with the Professg r other
good families, speaking English, Frenh, Spanish, '
or Gertnan, at from $4 to ~i per week.
N. B. To prevent misslkaee, or impostlons, tsti
dents intended for this College should bring this
advertisement or special directeons, as there are
every winter temporary rooms opoh for a few
months; all, of course, ,making wonderful preten
tions and promises, antd posting flaming placards to
enlighten th' people of SewOrleas aid theSouth.
When three ortmore form Chlbs, and enter at the
same time, ten per cent. will be deducted from
g Citizens and strangers are respectfully in
vited to visit the College and judge for themselves
The city is perfectly healthy. "
If as is expected, the citiz;ens In favor of South'
Sern practical education subscribe as liberally to this
noia IssriSvuvow as they ever have to distant ones,
the Agricultural and Mechanical Departmenta will
be at once put in operatiop, and the whole plaeed
on a firm basis' to stand for ages as a persneans
institution of the South, and under thed4i ieea of D
the Stockholders themselves and the Trustees ap
pointed by the Legislature. o.
Stookho1era car take the4mount out; t knitios.
The Trustees f course can put any other pry at
the head, ifthe) deem best. The CarGit poe
Gentlemen oltieSeaitbl does the plah meetyour o
approhatio? If so, will you gite it yur aid, and Ni
build up ssOx IusrTraous s4[f thousand or
,l teen R.ndr.d students ana
o. 6-ly .. ,; Prsident. 33
tr, i+ , .i-,+ .
l ana - .
an LAW NQTICE.
tinI ERCEO CA.FIE2LD, AmoweaxT aND COounsu
to ona`A LAw tar NoTaR PUwLI, will practic
D., hid profession in this and the ajolning Pa.
tor, rihbes. Office on second street, opposite townrt
a of Yard Square, ore door belpw McCloskey'sstore.
on- O.lie at .Uexandria, La. spl8.
tioe i . ossmok,. W. a. su'rasuias
ling .. .... .. ... . ..*..**o
Sin Orsbora & Shropsire,
Attorneys and Coauillors at law
I LL practice their profession in tliand the
a adjoining .Parishes.
Offee in Alexandria, next Door to the Post
`'. Law Partners .ip
nW. R. LEWIS. NO. o. eIUwS. 5xrwaan t. LWIS
Id ,f1H[ PARTNERSIIl P heretofore' existingbe
acts 1s twees Merers. W. &. Ad O,"Lewis, IEbi day
joi, dissolved,4ud a ne ,oe substituted therefor be
on tween dMests.W. B., J. C. It & T.Liwits,. who
ate, will piaotice their profeasse in the parls laNi ~f s.
a. pides, Avoyelles, Natchhtoches and Catýhoula.
i6es One of them will always be found at their office in
Alexandria. Feb 28 '6-ly
•s - i, IArItsLO ,
lois~ A4torSey Sd r oeinsellor at maw,
W\X IIL practice his profession in this
arnd djoining parishes.
Ofice ad door Below' the Alexandria House.
jnal2-.ly AI.LXAtsDRIA, LA.
W. B. HYMAN. A. CAZANAT
HI M .2 CAZABA'It
Attorneys all Cuuisellors at Law,
Sdec3O-1y Alexandria, La.
the J. H. & Tf OMAS OVERtTON,
Attorneys and Counselors at Law.
will AVING associated themasolvesin the practice of
Stheir profession, will att d regularly theas
trict Courts of the Parishes of St. Landry, Cal.
casieu, Rapides and Avoyelles, and the aunual ses
sioui of the Supreme Court at Alexaidria and
ton Opelousas. ... Office at Opelousas, A. ap27
T. MT a R · EE OC p 2,%, .
ROTAR fIP Ui T1H,
MOaice a the Court House, Alexandria, La.
March 80, 1868 .ly
ROBT. B. LOTT,
SJUSIXa2c OF 21P' P-A C.E,
81a. O Alexandria, La.
nd Oice on Third Sti eetnear the Metbhodist Church,
"e and immediatlydn the rear of the Rapides House.
SGi'O. S. D'4NDSON. M. D.
tys Ur OMice one doof outh d th'e erican Of.
ing Ice, in the room latos , i~by Lamm.
ase August 17 185B-l ::
e. N OTICE.--ARCIIIBALD M. GORDON, CiVAiL
i ?KN(IiNEER and BSUR VRYOR, offers his
the servioeP, in,the above capacity, to the citizens
an of the Parish of Rapides. May 18, I56-ly*
JUST RECI$VED aT
SW. HENARIE' S ,
in. Freonta $itet Alexandrla; a.
"in U ST received a-- aine assortment of new and
er- seasonable Goods, viz:
in- A4urican, English and French Calicoes;
SBeached and Brown Cotton ;
Mualin ; i
Goods for Boys, Ghlaard Children;
Ready made Clothing: i
Also a fine asgrnte of Saddles, allof which will
be sold at extremely low prices for CAlH, or to
septe-" 'I AW. SAtRIE.&
Succession or )STAS OF LOUESIAN,.
Sinpson Watlord, dec'd Disrjit. Cout, e1
No. 66888 .) PaPse tr arips.
"'OTICE is hereby(givenre a!1 wheom it any cn,
11 earn to abow :uoae whhts thity.deafremn t)ip
date hereof, why the Final Aeount presented by
the Curator, should ot he approved aid homtelo
Clerk's Office, Alexandria, the 28th day ef Oc
By order of the Court, ,
Nov 1-804 J.. N. RBaoRER, dy, Cldrk.
, Constry donest the srhrtest notice.
Jebte-ly W. . O DAIMON.
f (rvae (very low)y . ...
sep2H-t > 8. W. HENARIJA.
fLLS.-A lskgs lot of bells fom the smallest
Sthelsge~S, jast receiven ad for sarieat rt.
j duedisl I ine, by jeg9'* S. . Banga!) A
9RIIANS NOTEL, 3
w.1 , IL & US Cbrntues Stret, me
MrIS. CITERIIE 8im1RIMBYEl
IPROPRl&lI SS. "" s
rT¶RAVBEt,8S may rest assured that ther .11 5"
.constauitly fnd comfortable roops, eaeellent l
odi pqflte and attentive waiters.
b01plre Frangais. Sehabl Espanol. Ian
picht Deutsech. Sep 21, '5~-1 Cai
0HA5s H. MYERS & B&O., a
BRANDIES, WINES, & Sa
No. 71 Exchngge Place,
Mrh 16-ly BALTIMOR3.
BEgLOLQg, NBLOM & Ca .It
COMMISSION .MEltOIANTS, I
t d'aro nrtliJt "stree : me'
N" E I ..4i ,l LA.
Referenes.- o I sezandula, La.
July 8i, 135)69-1.
. RECEIVING, FO1RWARdING,
No. 1O CoJmox smtn,
Decl5, 1858-ly No Orkle •u
to,,a. - a.s. Isu er ,,+.. ,
JO4 H. & I A MIKAOKSk
" *IHOL88AD G RO7Rt, "
l .. [f"l5N MERCHANTS, d
And 33, J5 ad .87-1 rIls Brasae, ,
Between Poydras and Grader Streets, Cryu
Deet~, 18568-y .. Yew.olr~ m. g
£ Couzttry ordte promptlt~tlund tols. the
RIEAT EICITE p_!T sI .
Ix £LL PoClO 1JCAL V ARTIEe I
. a F ~t" a a'ayVsaty
T1E CAS01 8TOR .r..,
AS always, and cotinuer to supply the Ladles
L and Gaenlemen of tha Parish wihthebea add
othe mot ashinabe Goods at orioces- armldiL tang y
part of the South. Oua fall Steeok of
eo pists in part, of.
French Merinos--all colors ;,
English do. --alt olore;
rm l A`iWool de Laines-phbdn *i d doubl~tlb;
be. Mulin de Lalne-..aliUelow Land styh'i
her of other article., told tower tha:
' a any othr horse. '
his Empmems e ii op
We call particular at b o ourle stock oft
BOOTr AND SBOES
# Which, for beauty of tliish and quality, ar u
Ulf to none, aj priees unusuila ll -
SGentlcmen pitreastalog their Full UIltljlai~
aave` fifty per cent.by ctalling at the
a and eaain rig htirge and well set ock of
- CEDTIU M E URLOTT "
Maoneta O v er tcolor,
. RisT cosy -f i
ai Call and examrine and oS rsles that
n alld COWTINroS Toa MOTTO.
WINBIIILL & GILBERT,
Oct-t , Cash Store, Front Sect.
NEW- STORE!--N W e GOO0S!
SOpposite the Ferrn` :.adi
:$# EAP POR3 C.S
jI HAVE ope1ed NEW STOCK-of al.
Iculated to be soldat very 4O WEST 8
PRICES, consistwg of the following artiles:
e 4ASIIMEJIE SUITS;
B VESTS-all patterns;
Gentlemen's Fg.pishing Go
x szhaRs, . w
kC., &c., &e., ",
i I would calithe ~tteoilon 1'~t I Y
beautiful and well aselted as.
MBROID E 1 ESES,
which will beaold at the L .
AU I ask is to give me- idi, aUad isn conMient
to please, both in quality and g .ods.
A share of the pubic patronage reipecftuily
g" N. B.- edlare ppled as athevery
tlowest rates. B '. WECHSLER.
SQoceries / Grocerie
Drid Apples and Peaches;
S ..Onions .
I . =Oysters;
and terst veny odFe the igr, too tedioes to
Smep.osa.-4uut tiesefod adlfr salb-Ih:: ' ,.:': i
eias of ale tr ihdry, that he
hs openea new ,
and Billtard drloestih the honaf6 tlaelZ oeubple4
by T. H.:Culbertoii, tiho he willi k it& -
,ad a superior brwm -L
C iGAR S
Comfortabl R0mooa Itfed up-for private parties.
.,. 'y B sts ea~ l at on tobastness he imper to
sterit a lhare 6f p~blie patronage...r bept -lt
U:W OODSg at
V~fhibdcrgt3 nea 'beajustoipened I very .larg
.~eo~r nplate asso'tirileet ot deatrafoe . good ,
~l~aIe~ th.t e. pit Witiat,6woun l s o 5. $ r
plar,- g Kdiera~ys 25ets, to o. t, p yard,
Russett Brogans l e,, $ '1, O4pr osen. A krge m
.sesortilsena of Silkst rwounr to 555 pe ateth, Ba
Cashmeres ifo $4.it ,.$25 eQ r patter,. French
Oslicoes the finest ever shown Iin this 4arpket..
Ladies,"Women, Kisses, Keu's and B9y,' bots
and o~e of every quality, isoanpad psrie, .
aM tm5n& " f N."tla, .d
of which will be sold at regularaiadlo e pplbes
I have iso a very arFgep and handsome tboitn
m CLOTfING AND *i-As,
which I am selling at New Oenas puc
Soept.,4, 1869 . .r&W. l4 R
INIdAN RUBIERB"lTDA Sfrom i to 0i inche
wide for sale at 8. W. Haassk I'
A CARD. i
essa is sad nas her 400M No.
I Fulton , ou sad.s hoe- Palatigs
el4snt Roqusat for Ornmate;s;eod
dat #reatbh and ty tlaad Dr!wm. I ah
Work Is a beeatifuaed of pr;esletig i
hair And ale very dEe ~qpt dresses of ,
Mefhof eeshe wit mennius.tew
* sat asheio mr place oftesidasslw Lsekprt the
sa K Trn s, S., the
"DvpI4ad Lay, Miv. Lueotuapdad ohle. .br
- naiMrIlmIp Lay (te '
_I" r [In: " i
" , oMMEtILAL ctt - L2 Gi
t :, 4ti1y NewIOrlesu,.
co aER Ok CAMP AND .OMUON SThLSWW
s ax, spreas
i.. CM.d i p l he - agiui i : of uIeaiist,
pat e eal tlu N 4
the lea ju dgpen aIorth l . .
tor iee oe,, "f ,
I rattention w" arlt
of rPen ......................... lmso
Aritt ,,. .,
ocok ping, including double and alpl
entry, etc......... .... ........:... 0
e Single . entry Book.Keepl.g........... ..
Geometr... .................... .. 00_
S ,r .,.............. ...... ... ... gO
T a s ourse in Pi auship .......... so 0
SGreek ........................ 100
*..... .. .................. 10000
. ... .. , ................1 00 0
Sa................. ............. bolo
ho speak a Iaigage and wish a
S mmautical ýºase ............... 0 00
SSattopiry for Coursye ................. 00
al* Diplomt ........................... 6 60
II Anylnguage permonth, onelesson perday 20 00
I " - " twolessonsperday 80 00
. B.--Anyone paying $500 at one time can at.
tend to any or all branches taughtin the Collegeas
h may wish.
iltsens of Louisiana and the South :wil
liberally to this home institution, itich
Settheir own control, as they always
taut institutions, the Commercial, Agri
Sa~leehanical departments may easily be
a Irm .asisto standfor ages, and have
S1 0 students in attendance annually. This
y th o *ay:tot a literature that will d"
aray l steoon.Iticism. It is the right i t
all e e tion to support themselv,
S. add ' e interest of the publie to give it,
t d the she atwray is to encourage educationaleat.
prise at home.
Iy Tacqras oar eoxurzD DIT!ax LsOISLATUau.
" J. J. Person, W. C. C. Claiboras
ry Antoine Carlerr, J. B. Steel,
oimeluis eliswes, Rufus Dolbear.
he Stockholdera elect annrily fSve othlrt ,
This gurd to have entire control and
Ba iie itutoain take amount ot
The city is perfectly heal
red' tol ter as soon as .
.., os who begin before i
wi v; .d '.peemmt dr
:ftc ovep iber 1 ro
of ttPe or otre a be
suhbleribers, on tbe
tat th e
there to.in t nolity perse
g"v. ei ardlte o setire s; as I rilI ,s
ne resp sihl therefor. . . "
Nov..-. . , lss. U G
ov., _m i6-t *- :
a ser l targe suormenefvq.rIl
pleoa, ao live et
The owner is1qi w i p
o e ~d*
)PtWst w in
o. ,uag f 1n. e
S~mss5 ..M, .: ".• i "
•K • eu, da M, I, wq11, IF.