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TAKEN UP by Louis Pratalongo, of thi,, par
Sish, two splendid YAWLS. painted green. H1
Upon one of the Yawls is written, "'Second
Swamp Land District."
The said Yawls will be sold by me at the reesi- Tu
dence of .. Pratalongo, on Saturday the 28th EI
ol'.Jamiary, 1960, at 11 o'elock, a. M., if not pre- El
viously claimed, according to law.
J. H. RILLS, From
Justice of the Peace
Plaquemine. lhervill. 26th December, 1859. g ar
SAETE pris par Louis Pratlalongo tie ette pa- giant
' roiase, deux magnifuques ('AN)'I'S peinln- 'al
ris verls. Sur on des Ianots eat ceris idSe.ond dec
Swamp Land Iistrict."
Les susit' ('sanote seront 'endIJs par rnoi h Is
rtsidence die I. |'ratal,.n,.. Samedi Is "1 .tan
vier. IlSt. II heures. . . M.. s1lon reclarltis se
lon la loi. J. H. RII.ILS.
Jfi.' le I'aix.
Plaquemine. Iberville, -6 l)Dcembre, 1` '5e". ,j,'
.'UCTIO." oer Grosue Tete.
W I 11.. BE1 SOLD AT AUI'TIN. at my rest
(eil'e on thle IBayou (ioIse Tel't. m on , ,
• L''E.<I).Y, J.\NEI.\ltY 17tH, l ah;o, !
-A LOT OF- h
Fine Household Furniture, i, .11.
Tl''ts-P'ayable in all March next. %1 I
FMII.IE 1 1. LI F't il rt
December 27ih. 1'. 1
reserve Your Teet orI
,. A. CAASDAVANT,
t nrgeon Dentikst.
14N ROYAI, STREET. D
Late 182, between SI. Peter and 'I,,to, se sis.
ONT'I'INUES to call the attention of those
who ficeel the service, of a conilwtent Iell
tist. aInd those person,. wlie Te Lethl have lwn at
I injured by unsktkillll l)etasst., whose gold dropsl
Sout a short time alter the. Teeth are plugged. and dese
whose Artilfiial Teeth cannot be worn with unm- the
fort. by applying to J. A. (C.urv.rx, theyan just
ha.e all operatious in the DIental Art performed irer
Y conscientiously. and in the most scies.tfic manner. tI'
ar He Ibenumbs the gums. belore Extracting Teeth. T
" with a chemical pmeparation inlented by himl. bele
which lessens the pain. ('onsultatimons u tit
Frelah. Spanish and English. dec31 ell
- 1 IXTHI DISTRICT COURT-Pa oU
n rish of llherrille, Stale ,f Louisiana.
it Hissell & Scllatre rs. IPatrick (;Glh.soin.
By virtue of a writ or Fieri Faeiels to me
directed from the Honl 6th I)lasrict Court of
the State of I.ousniana, in and for she p:rih of troi
i Ibersille, issued in the above etnitled an.d snum- its
a bered caue, I have seized and will offer at puill ed
id lic .ale for ca-d, to the Ilghelit ad fiat bidder, an
he on SATURDAY, the 7th day of JANUARY ed
next, 1860, at the tlire of Ilyde & Warden. I
un Grand Hifier. just alove "Ise' M,11II," at II v
ry o'chck, A. .M.aI the right, title. intterest wad
r. claiml f I 1'atr'Lk (Gleaonm, the deflendant, m alld
to the flontair described properoty, to wi: n
A eartain KAT,,of two hundred and nnety da
ri (2t9tn.wr, more or less of Cypres Tl'imlwr, (
iof Iw lying oin (;rand River, just below "lveJ ca
ais 11l,"' (moith of it ayou Sorrell,) to pay and le
.q astisfy Ld writ and coat. el
il TIIEO. IBLANCIIAIID, Sheriff. e
I'-sris of Ibervilie, 1ec. 27th, 1859. i
o _-r hi
to (j O'Kit D11 6by . ISL'RICE, 1'aroisse i'. w
.11 / 1,errille, Etatt de li Louisianae.
li (issell & .'cbiatre rs. 'Patrick Gleason. at
Nl No. 1143. th
En vertt ,l'un writ de Fi. Fa. k moi adress
Spr I'Hon'ble. Is Counr du m.nle District Jiwlici.
id- i tie Ia Louisiane,en et pour Im paroisse d'lber- w
Itid ville. lang. dans Ia cause ci.dessus intitulie ot
ipto numerot#e. J'ai saisi et J'exposessi en relte pu
gill btique, polur du comitanlt, au plus offrant et der.
UP HSAMEI)I, le mne jour de JANVIER .
an prochain, 1860, as mritgain de 31.M. Hyde &
Warden, rur Ia Grande Riviera. audestes o 7
rith ouelth n a cie dives, (lves' Mill) II heures p
thi A. M.. Inbu le droit-, titres et pretensiomt du
,he defendear, Patrick Gleason, ct et I la proprie- t
1t1t. mi I tIVatII , ssv.lr :
UIs cerlsin Kadeali de deux rent qiuatre
vingt dix (290) Is ti de Cvpre. plus on moiln,
mES maulllenant el .1 Is (:rtlde RiviCre, atlde-.-u
Irns des 'lyves' M11li," (I'emlllbsmchlure di Bayoui Siore
SUc- rel) pour payer eIl olessfire an dll writ et fraIs.
tnyv 'T'IIEO. BIANCHARI), h-rhirf.
il a Paroisse d'lberville, le 27 D. cembre, 1859.
ir ,te of Loeiinnn-Parich of lberrille
yo " i.,rth Pistrict ('nturt.
Sin Estate 14'f Vlir Ih..t rt, dcec'd.
,ay HRE.AS. Nermese Bticard has this dlay
it- iled in the C(lerk's one of this court his.
cp 6fimel tablcanu or distribution of the estate ol Yo*
-hay tier Heberm, deed
lish Notice i, hereby given to all whom it may
concern to show lcausle within thirty days frem
,r in' the late herleo why said final tableau should not
rear j be homologated and msde a julgment ol this
Rntv court, the administrator diaclcharged fromt any
,. -. further responsibilty in the premnises, and his
bond as such rancelled and annuliled.
o' or Clerk's odice. Dec. 7th. 1tR:.
item dec31 M. A. IsETVAN, Clerk.
nd I'tatede la L.,ri*iae--l'aroiw d'lbrrille.
V ,,r Coar du Ome. District.
tck Succession de fetu Volier llelotrt.
w(e, A TTENDU. que Nemesae Bonicard a re jour
.C11 enlisas dana le bueai du (Ureffer de crete
I cour son tabeaiu final d'administraticn de I suac
i lf ceasion de fee Volier tilebert-
far, Avis est per le preasent detni •aie cefnx que
c.-- eels cneu r e deduire mus 30 joura de la date 1
de e ,resent lea Iaisos1 pour leiqulles Ia dit
rin Compte Final ne sersit pes homnlogn$ et fait le
row- jugennl de eerte Coer at I'Adminiatratenr dat.
chargE de route responsbiliti eon ctte afaire et
ion cautienwnement cotnme tel annulei.
Hureau du Greer, Dec. 27, 1450.
n the dec3L M. A. EST:VAN. Grteer.
Ifonai- .Slete o Leuisias-PerieN of Ikrrill-6tA
,'on i District Court.
t linu Estate of Treville Hebert, dec'd.
Ofne II'THlR AS, Michel lebrt bah athi day iled
th of V in the Clerk's oaeof this Caer. his -a.
lgiarn bes of adaminiustratiom of the etate of Treville
n the Hekrt, dee'd
- Noeie i hlreby gigvm toallwha u itmayeen.
it in t o ahow eaea within thirty days from the
ti the date hraof why the mid hal aecoum bhoeM
not h homelegated and made a jugnwmet of thisL
Clark's dace. Dee. 27th, 1'i:.
7301 des3 M.. A. EIITEVAN, Clerk.
f a the la Ies[ lae-'ateasl Ie -
Oen ,- asseme asesstd.
,nng. Succeseiondefeu Treville Hebert.
on of A TTENDU, que Miehel Hertm a cejourea
_ome . ". liase dIas kl kbaaes d1 Gmriae de rene
ao of couer a tabiae d'am i atrti s de I·a r-a
etted de fnu Treville Hbrest
Avis eat par le preent doaui toas ean quge
a eela eaeeeae dedtaise sea treute jaun dais
date de ce prusat les aians pr lesqaulls. Ia
Sdit emp. mas aeait pm homelogu et it le
:da esritte esur.
pant t'- - de Grlr. Dc.-7, 1A ev.
I derst M. A. ESTE VA., Grener
JUST RECIVEI)--a coplete asortmemt
Elegant Picture Frlames
From the smaLLrs. to the WHOLE SIZF. now, ENT
unpecked and oa exhibitio at my rooms in Hs
ntrar's HALl. ýT'
What can be more acceptable for a Christmas I tl
or New Year's present to a friend than an ele- by the
gant Picture in a fine frame or case? iflly it
Call ansd see taninir
dec.41 CHARLES WILSON. Preset
Sa oI WSt. ,had
Forwarditr aed Co.mls- Bibles
Pe B iness*t. ihis i
,Steamboat Lnadisg, adeoining ti. Post
TrHE UNIIERSIGNED have associated'hem- ' ons,
m selves toelther. for the- purpose of eing a tel
g.npral Forwardilng andt t(omission Business. rable
We w ill atlw Collect .11nnies due the mer
rhants. andl bulliness men. ol the North. East and
',West. All lusiiels intrustel to our care will be N.
peIeit.pth" atte:ldel to.
" IIELEIN & JENNINGS. once
rmILer nei:rt.VI. ) prote<
1 e5. .i\ý ,IV .. l wh t I
+IIR.t-ir to any reliable citizen of the Parish state
of Iberville. La. d'c:t (O.I
Drmy Good Dry Geeda? :: w
' R. LlOP:(OLD KAHN. wishing tn sell eet I h
Sl . the balance of his Winter Goods. will offer alih
aIt enat price 'orm this date the following articles: resab
('ashmere Itresses. and Delaine IDresse. of all
descrilptions: Silk Dresses and Plain Silks. all of prit:
the newest styles: Mantillas. Cloks andl Shawls. Ityp
Sjust arrived; I'oplins and Woolen ioods, for chil- 1
d dren, of +ll kindl,: and all the Goods belonging to one !
r the winter stock. j
The above Goeds will be so.l at cash price ad sent
below eash price. Ladies will please take 1no t
tire and give us an early call, because we are do
selling the balance of our stock very fast.
We have just received a very nice adlition to
our stock. I
eeour 4 LEOPOLD KAIIN.
- t res for the Millle!
- " Feor the very liberal pa- that
,f tronage extended to me during my previous via
e- its to this place I return my sinerse acknowl- L
- edgements. and beg leave to inform my patrons styl
r, and the public in general that I have again opeen- Fre
Sed PICI'URK ROOMS in Ilsaas Htl., where and
I. I will be onstantly n handl to wait on those fa- cia
II voring me w ith their calls. bel
td aly patrams are most earetly recommended D
not to delay, but give me an early call, as my Ca
ty stay this time will necessarily be very brief. Cat
yr. (l)elay not until tomorrow with what you ean
'can do to-day.for over time to-mIOrrow's seen may st
ti never shine.") I dlatter mysel with the knowl- I
edge that my Pictures have -heretofore given al
general satistactiosn, and will merely state that I me
have since made perceptible improvements, -
1' which I invite the public to call and satisfy them.
selves about Those having daguerreotypes or
n. other small pictures of their friends. can have
them changed to the whole size ee considerably int
6- improved. In this community, where so mach ben
er- wealth and taste abound, every family shoeld tes
Spossess themselves of my large pictures--Prkr
- Ormsemnts encased in beautitul gilt oval frames a
-these pictures are sold at comparatively cheap
rates. and will prove the cheapest in the end. Cc
& -Come one, ome all," Ladies and (entlemen,
le young ald old, bandsome or not, sad get seuh n
res pictures as the teoth of time cannot eIect-eck
dit as will be more suitable for holliday presents
te* than anything yon can think of All styles of
beautiful CASKS on hand.
u dec17 CHARLES WILSON.
Negroes.... M es ... w orsw .
r.pH L'NDERSIGNED hau lekel HIds t
9. -House Servants-Mules and Herses- to
which he will sell a' cheap as usual. He will
keep a constant supply. a
e . "17 H. -. MOOR p. e
The underuignrd wou;d uay to his
hiys friends and to the public generally that
h a cavonl become sole propretor of the
o ime Wine imported by BIEHf.iR BROS.. he
ay will pay dlue attenlion to the ceders of all for a
Ssupply, in battles or easks. No such quality e"
m wilne can be prchased for 50 per cent advance
thirs ie the sum he asks for it. He aksconnoisersto
I his sep10 GABRIEL BIFIIL.ER
______________- -~--- - --~ - -t
rk. srTHE planter of Iberville ad the adjoinig
- 1 perishes · will please take nolice, tiht I Le
rile. jaut had landed at Plaquemise. prishL o Ibe
ville, La.. a ehoice lot of Negrus, malesalidt fo
nmales, field handa, cooks, washers anad imers.
o. And hating made surangemets te keehp sae
iourt stant supply ona haind, esan ad will el steres
rtte Iat lower" tes nJ on more ~acesmodatseg ..
Sthan any trader cna, who my visit this u
. HENRY E. ~MUOE.
Rla Plaquemine, Nov. 13th, 1ISt. If
e dit eao or LmU ari-sh el, I yUl -B
a.t le y oug
S Estate of Zelherin IBlancuIe uad Cer
trudc toisin, both dec' d.
WITHERREAS. Maximilise lee bus this
er. VT day filed in the Clek.' det of this court
- his Anal tableau of admueeralies ef the eelate
-etA of Zepherin Leanec and Ge(ietEa Teihi, hash
c'd.A Notice is heLeby givealall whbomi it may ea
Scern to show case within thisty days Iom the
r ld date of the pbliatien hreaf why nsid la a.
is ta- bleea shoid as' b heom gat d a madea
eville jdgment of thLis eas aiedtlhe Adminir'tlls dis"
echarged fo ay abther resoaibiity a the
eat- lpimae s ad is ho.edw s.baeselee
I the Clerk's *e, Deembar Bi, 38e.
,hoeM decl7 M. A. STEVAT N, Clerk.
cfthis - -
ead r Is a 1I'me Watt.
GeSucceion de fee Zephpari letbleaet
SGertrwde Vi ein.
miud dens is mieau de G*seer di cottea
4 ert corunr tableau fral d'admintistratio e l saac.
ur ea- resene do haim Zapbei Lhee a deaetaI
eels eerme di d~dldnru . tu e jaa de l
: e dqs ded a peu.s e .remu pe . lsqi'l bI
adl ai it dtablek a ass seit peas hm lee t ait
Ic le le" jsgemntde cette cor et I'Adith teakr di
hit . ebargide teutse epeaili , a ,etta au, e
us setismammae tel amtld.
lsies , ieverv. De. . 18,.
1e-r decl7 M. A. ESTIVAN, Geeer.
setbera Oft 3eok gire I
ENTERPRISE IN NEW ORLEANS.
HVING received the strongest assuranee d
Sthe asisfaction of our customers boretdo.e,
by their continued patroinage, we woukld repec
fully inform them and a who are desirous of ob
taining a Valuable Library, alas Fj.e Borks for
Presents and for the Parlor Table, that by cee
stant addition to our Stock. we have now on
hand a Larger andl More Choice Collection of
Standard and Miscellaneous Books, cunsisting of
Bibles. Prayer Books, Annuals, Album., and
late Puiblications. than has ever been ofered in
this city, and selling at the Lowest Retail Prices !
A GIFT !
Worth from 2.5 cents to One Hundred Dollars,
consisting of Gold and Silver Watches, Gold
Jewelry. and a great variety of usetul and desi
rable articles wil be
Irsmmtsed Wi !ash Dea k
at the time of sale.
N. B-Do not be deceived by any traveling
concerns that may wish tolakeadvantage of our
success to astveise uuide the same naae. To
protect our Fietndl and Patrons from impositian.
who may n.ever have visited our store, we would
state that this is the
ONLY IIBRANCHl OF THE ORIGINAL
EVANS A CO.
in the South.
We woukl respectfully give as referencehee
Editors of the Picayune, I'rue Delta, N. O. Cras
ceneias d Delta,of this city.
Those who are unable to visit our Store, ma
realise all the advantages of dealing with this
establishment, by sending their orders by Es
preys, and they will be promptly filed and seat
witllh the correspondaing Gifts, by the firt return
i'Any person ordering Ten or more Books at
one time, will receive a Gift and a Book extra.
U Circulars, with a List of our Books, will be
sent free to any address.
EVANS & CO.,
dec'U No. 9 Camp street,neer Canl.
wHas just returnerd from thei
city, whire he selected the
i a met margest mSk t ilýe
- that was ever seen in Plaquemine, easisting in
imprted Goods from France, Knglad, Seatied
Ladie ll find at his eseablishmet aL the
a styles now in fashion all ever Earepe-the ieat
French Dresee. Mantillas, Cloake and the ne
so celebratd 4 aced Shawls , also nglish Cabe
e and the Setch Woolen Shawls; apludi Vale
cia Lace Setts, Embroidery ad everything that
belongs in the Dry Goods line.
d For Gents, he has Pilot, Sealskin, Cloth and
Double Overcoats: fie Black PFrak Costs sad
y Cam. Business Costs; Black Doeskin and Faney
J. Carer Pants; also Velvet Silk and Cas. Vests.
Yoethe and Boys' Clothing. Fmurnishing
Goods of every description, especially the extra
y aies of Merino Shirts and Drawers.
I. Boots and Shoes, Hats and Cape of all kinds
m and qualities. Splendid new Jewelry and Cat
I lery, and a good many other new gods tee an
merus to mention. as"
ne. Nw autehery.
or The undersigned respectfully ifms the
e public that he has purchaseed theo and
well known Batchery of F. Smith, sad that he
I intendsto keep his stall well supplied with the
c best of Beef. Mattes, Pork, ec. By a strict at
lid tention to his business in the bov suspaect , he
r hope to have hbare of publie patseg an
Spurticla•vy the patrouags of HM. Smit's ol06
ep P. ,. The earts will rn as asal do the
i. Cs and to the Park,
de',i., 1m BERTRAM BERI-S.
ich E. ltAER. . IIL
ala GLAIER & HIPPLER,
a Neoot ale bheemketus
THE onde ir d having
perpes swl earsag a.
I Beat i Shee Basna seiº
S. , ow- of PI - u.mine beg have to I a
d their old custo re and fians, that intend
to keep constantly ohaend,lr seec .
ill ed esek of the ha m rial I. to h a ien sarkt,
rand as they aeme sna NU e I W~rkmes,
espect to plea w exend . them their
- pelrmage. Gifve a al a the l stand B
hi. ea, 6 ask sttER. ARD GL ER,
est o FtRK W HIPPLtER.
SJ I't 3ser ed-Vl- complete stock of
ieto Csasiatmg of Bilk fseee- Cashm ere 3se
R stork of Famcy UpoL t l ls·' Cmb m
-I Celars the ewest stylesL; Shawls and Clok,
ma Fea Calises,c. e -r al AHN.
a..Y B P . 'o s.
* evethey ewrtkuatly salt alteies to, as she their
ru ' ease eeve stoek u
f They will o* p0eed to give~ lih of their
- ltoek i tthe ompan of an advertimseet bat
.B requeot d wo ae in wsnt d
tr- give them a call, a thqy fJe Jy mtinaed
bhe furchas will aot lreway from thei r sore
this heawl. I031 1UAASE BOl..
atite mber t mberI
1 wit he asei chep for eas
' Bith Ailed amaert nohee at lbs e ue T-e
,the Jpty V. AllOQUL .
a· m aes Martla,
a ia aasts ai
NO. i CMA#ITRF.* NTYIET,
,e fet6-ly l NIW ORLEN
sect GEEPTgy UREWSE.
J TUST reseived New hlttres dE
trade lvet and )rmle Taptry
These-n. Suel and Ingram.
f Del e enitia for N al ad NAia,
de l Dr8ts fe O sr ab Cliats,
hele Widow ahede5, Ha5r eleth;
Sfail Tale and Pio Covers;
r-I Floor Oil cleth, of rvauise qualies, eat t_
ret sait hallemad rwms;
Matt"g, he.. &e.
An *( Mick ar *eedu at the lowess msarkti
. price. (7 & BROUSBAL" CO.
GAZITT = 40ML --the
Ttir ArIx.A or A Dster.-"'On passing In t
through an elegnt a appropriately fitted up fortrec
reception neom, rosld which are hung beau- aredln
tful' piptures of the butkles of the first Napo- incl,
leon, _ enter the front room, where the only 'l
great, mt_, wmagnificent a.- chair, inviting to th'e
recpos d t the delights of Dr. CAsrso- The
-v sr' selair operations, imoest makes one ing, t
wish that a twitch of the tooth-ache would oin,t
just tih take place, or there were a few holes the try
to plugor as many snags to pull out. Your p,lacn
feet tgic into the soft Brusels carpet, and a ,lnd
your eyes are charmed by the various items whicl
of taste and elegance of one kind or another I The
which meet their view; and you imagine to ilt tin
yourself the pleasure and high satifaiction I lI"ttI
whicbh lls the I)entiss breast to know that l'
his unrsrpas.ed practice enables him to pro 1,'i'
vide or furnish the most luxurious and ag- Inag
nificentof apartments in which to peafor llis I all
delicate operations, and which speaks so flat- i i th
teringly of his success and ability. r:
After resting ourself for a while in his the' I
chasoing swactun of ease and elegance, exam- '\
ining various specimens of Dr. C.'s art, and I''`:'
some of his improvemlents--hitening to his iear'l
enthusiastic remarks respecting them and his 14)
profession generally, and about otl times in l -artl
Plaquemine long ago, the Dr. invited us to pldi
another portion of his arin, situated in one of .c i
the rear rooms of his establishment Hler c s,,i
we were surprised to find two men busily en- nla:t
gaged-workmlen he informed us who were d ta;
recently from Pari, and celebrated for their i ililt,
knowledge of all good work pertaining to Treh
dentistry. Their eoastant employment rarely Ila(
kept pace with the week required to be done-. eitl
In this roop were the furnace and the various vas,
instruments and machinery for moulding, mar
melting, beating out gold, &c. &c., telling of ctsg
great expense, nuch of which we knew arre
nothing as to their use. We forgot the e.xir
amount of gold which the Dr. informed us weiI
that lie used up in a week, but it was im-- tt',n
mens, as may be imagined by two men being iaI'
costantly eomployed upon that material alone. i Il
There is no better evidence of a man's abIll- atr
ity than his success, and there is no surer in- Ila
diestion of asese than the internal appear- in 1
anee of the workºop. A poorly furnished, Ili
poverty-stricken Interior, where there are but for
few tools and little mterial to do work with, arc
stamps indebitably he faet that the worlian alit
is not very ingenime in the art he professes
to practice.; and o one will find this out goon- 1
er than the public itself. It holds good will Mai
reference to the stela of a Deatist as to the a;il
atet f I facm ker, a silver-smith or a c''
foundry. It is better recommendation than a in
thousand teatimemial." l
Such was the description and the substance Th
of is remarks, 4( a friend who had lately til
Iese to the city, and via ted the above gen- all
tlemen. It gos till farther to prove, if any- ch
thing was wanting, that Dr. CAs-ADvastr is r :
considered by the publie as one of the most- E1l
if not gse nost-poputar, scientifie and slOe hr
cessMell ntist sliP s eLer practiced in New !'i
Thik. Casc-rs' 1)niocuAc -i.-The ton
duct of the Creset amply vinidicates the Pil
justness of( our renmarks on its attenlpts,, n
sitre the State elections to smnggle it
self into folds of the leniMecrary. In li
yesterlay's issue (on the miorning of the II
electin ur a State Senator.) it etl hnsi ari
the voters of "rally to the polls" in snl- It
pirtof Randall Hluut, who is "before th- hi,
people on the general platforn of Ali ri
caiam 'i The Gaeenst may think the ad
vocy of somt a candidate on isuch l '
.'partisan platform prolwr," as very i- i
lncent of antagoniilsm or oppositicon t
lemouray; but it will harve its views
shockingly amla4 the first time it mnakest
a practiual eI urt to get inlto our party.
We hope this fact will be of due en
lighteMuent to the Fdicieum DUcmcat atid
,therw ite it, who have Iteen so inertri
lely soft-sawdered Ibv the prtetenlc' of e
the OpfmtoIon in this 'taite abtimt sup- ,
porting the Charlesto luullillee_. l'Ihcli
tread-fgs change into giraeli7s antld iop
ards into lambs, we well may entiertirn ;
the posib'ility of the ;renet'sl turning I
)enierat, and the Opposiition Ibecoming
trustworthy coasdjutors in thl i guarulrian- i
shlip over States rights and ltitaitIalI
prosperity.-Adrt cte: I
Mh. Tax B aci en A?, nlIt lHoRu-s.--Our i
correspondenct inl lionidist inforis is tt ti1
RichardTen Brseck, EsqK., Ileft Exnuilng
h odge on tstursl'y, 26th nilt., and Eng
land on Wednesdly, the 30th, on his
way tt Italy, wher h'e illti-nitsl ttl ispeid
the winter. "His carriage and horses
were sent on to Marseilles, vwhence hli I
wiln drive to Mectone. He has left at',
Newmarket, tinder the care of Brown.
succesor of Minor, impire (never tn
guardedl), Starke, Prioress. \Woltidhurn,.
Satellite, Maggutire, Optimist, (Ameri
ca)t f(ilympias, hisle, Dove. t'ick a
lloqp, Pomona, ]nattlesniake. Evcnlhanlld,
nadChiroanicre (English). The liorses
run out (the mrem altogether) in line
.l +---. ~Y. ~-;rit of I- e - ~-u" .
, Ll The propietors of twhe Family Jotr
al, of Baltimnore, are respectfully i
fend that we will plblish their rI'mr
petnus at our usual advertising rates,
and at e slArr, cash hi advan~ce. We
ag MtIlrl n li habit of givini other
rnwrpap, dvertising tothe value of'
from twt-_te to fty dollars a year i
for te~e q of aaezchange worthabout
u mtyw coats. Whether youa will,
be gwtly gie1. making up your
list fr tin, by ,Srtn.t..s advertising.
Ia of t"e a tpossible cnsequence
to lg. -
Tin: EMrctoa OF MORocCO's TREASURY. G'fl
-The Moniteur de l'Armee gives the what
following description of the Emperor of goods
Marocco's treasure-house at Mequines : inheril
in the middle of the garden stands a sible a
fortress, with a triple wall, perfectly With1
armed and defended. In the central want,
inclosure rises a stone building, lighted the ad
only fromt the roof. It is entered through the tro
three iron doors, one after the other.- while
The pavement of the interior is black the ne
marbhl, and at one end is a large open- I insur
ing, through which the gold and silver trade
coin, bullion and jewels, are conveyed to rendei
the tr:easurv below. This last mentioned But
pilance is an cxtensive, vault, ,divihled into ordin:
comlpartnwntts o1 e.qual Size, in each of elnca
whitih is tll' vaine ,of a million pinstres. therel
The ni t ilrl' luc'h of,, the t laxesl is hilged lmanhlli
in tlhe' treasury every,'" three m'n' ,ths. The''l, whi'l
E,1i.pero r himselfl, whet.n at hlc.,iuinez. is prole
lori'"."t 111 the o,..:"ion: lbut itn his all- the i"
,'I'c' Ihs' nin:s' three iof the' ,lhioef sofficers outw:
ot o I w h ,seohl to attll to itt filor him ktlow- a sth ol
inlg wll that lmutual dlistruit wil scarce.- HIisar
Iv :l1iw thlll m tI to'eiiLii'r't a r bol 'l.ryV, .11141, swel
ift they sl'V Sh,,ul1 oil so, they' w toonlsi $,1, I"oss
,'et lar calic other, or lke Ildellloutcesld by h10d5
tihll Ilt:a k giart iia ll" o' tilt place. have'
When thel Im1lerial treasury was tirst his io
csablhi.she,, i, the money was kept in l i rg
Si t'hl:nit'i j sII' o; b ,i t il' le 't' loll the dlecr
cooit'its so o"ten h ,re. abstractl'ed, noald tlhe trio
Srobtllrvyeoniealedl by illing the ljars with i1heT
earth and coverint;"g the top with a few ,,i ti
gi l pieces. iThe theft was lot hdiscover- lu i'l
etl itnlu'rtdiatel}'; but a black, who hald niiaki
eI ien the rolers in the act, tnd hal been king
Snarl' iniurlerel bly then and left for In ti
stalld, aifterwards reeoveresl and gave ani0
r ili'tlm'iotation againist thlio . lThe, Eliu erol r i 1ih
orlherl tihe tenll thieves to be decapitate"i lo lng
iaid directed that their heicads slhould be this
place.d in the ten jars which they had trad
senilljtied, as a warning to osthers. T'ihese self
vases are still in the treasury, placed on is oi
t narble pedestals. Muley Ismacl's suc- or min
f cssor determiniued tl adopt a different, aili ih
r arrianlgement, and built the vaults now a ili
e existiisg. Thle Emperor Mul'y 1leimani. T
well klnown for his cruelty, was accus- pool
tonsiid aftser the qutlarterly deposits, too t
Shave all the lacks put to death who had I llg,
hesn engaged in the' operation. Aidsler ina)
e. rIstilhanl, his sulccessor, abslislwd that I we
1 at ra'ci, ous usage. ibut he decided that the I tion
blacks4 employlsed in arranging the money I wre
-in the vaults should never leave the ben
i, ishiling. It would, therelfore, be useless trat
t i for theun to steal thel' treasure, as they wiiil
h, are s'eparatedil frsmn the rest of the world, lsha
rn i and could neither alwsndtl nor coniceal it. tii
11- DATHl or ''iiIMAs I)E:Qri'.CEv. -Te yu'
ItI Malclwhester Guardialn oif the 10th ult.,
he ailtliiil'es the death of Th Oimas lIeQui
a ccv. i , i Esiliiiburg, andi says : the
S lealthl hI-Is Iholttedl out another great an
ntlis' f'rom the aitaloguie of English sis
a tiho rs. 'hori 1i 1)eQiiincey died ,onl tsi
e Thuirsdlay. This distinguished and vo.i- fat
! t nollinous writer was born ill our ownl city the
a^ about the year 17T8; but he left Manu- eas
y clihestr earlnr in life. sinct 1843. hehas w
is residedl in, or in the neighborhoto of clli
Edinburg, and ii the modern Athens lie sot
'. b,reathed his last. For a consideralle tir e
,w peri4os Ibefore his death, lie was engaged inl
in edliting a iperfect collection of his prm- lin
1lucltions,. whic'h, as ha:s been well ols- it
.sesrved. had prey viously been buried in the plx
Spetwriodical literature tf hisi generation; wi
Sllld it will be slomne satisfaction to his th
adiiiirsers to know that he lived long th
it- enough to complete the work to which th
Ie his fading energies were applied. Like cr
l rLeigh Hunt. whtl has jiust passed from cel
amnong ius, Mr. IkeQuincey was one of
the few relics left us of olme of the most
Ibrilliant ages of English literature. He
i- was one iof the friends (,f Coleridge,
ssmothey and Wo'rdsworth; and-with ti
. a pedr.aps the exception of Landor ans kd
-Brougham--may be regarded as the last
t s of that noble array of men of letters who P
we shed such lustre over the early part of at
Sthe nineteenth century. o
ud PERmA*N IOll'o.~-"To have a home
ri- which a lnan has hiniself reared or pnr- o
of chased-a home whiil lie has inlproved i
b. or belautified-a hosme, indeed, which,
iinI with honest pride and natural love, he 5
'.). calls his own-is ai additional security f
iil f'r any manl's virtue. Sucth a home he a
in leaves with regret; to it he gladly re- d
ilnig turns. T'here lie finlss innocent and :at
ian- isfyitig pleasures. There lois wife andr
al linttl nes are hlilppy and safe; and there
Iall his best affectisons take rloot, and lo
grow. To sunch a pair, as timse advan
ces', this alwie of their early and middle t
Our litle, when they have, twrhaps, all de
tlhat parted, besomes constanitly mnore dear; t
inig I;,r it is nlow a scelle "of pre'ious memo
1ig- riesi-the unldistnrls'dI shelter of their
his I declining years. .\nd say-what lasli
'lid of time, what traveled tistalce, what
rses varied experience of prosperity, or sor- i
Slo' i row, can ever efI'he the gsslo impression
rt at made by such a honle on the tender heart
iwn.' of childhood ? To the temnpted youth,
Sun- to the wanderer from virtue, to the sad I
urn, victim of misfortune, such. a remem
neri- branee has often proved a strengthening
ka nloitor, or a healing blum. Nor can
tnd, this kindly uinfluence wholly fail, solong
orses as thedlearobjectts of tlhat familiar scene
tilie retain a place in memory, connected, as
ies. thev inseparably mare, wiLthl thloughteof a
fatiher's counsel, a imother's tenderness,
a sister's pyity, sad a brother's love."
' in-i A Tlanzas.--Fcw people have any
Pr I- idea of a trillion. Not a trillitn of se
itet, I conds has elapsed since the creation of
Wec Ahdam, nor will that number elapse until
ther February 1, A. D., 25,825. In a trillion
i of, of aeconds there are 34,610,537 years,
year 31 days, 1 hour, 46 minutes and 40 se
your W'a A person who undertakes to raiseI
sing. himself by seandalising others might as i
tance well sit down on a wheelbarrow and try
- to, wheel himself. t
CIIVE ToUR SO.N A TtIlE,. Ilo matter 1
what fortulle of money or this world's
goods he may have, or seem likely to
inherit. Give him a trade, and if pos- T A
sible an education-at any rate a trade. is,
With this he can always defy temporal Swam,
want, and he can more easily acquire The
the aducation, as a derier resort, than denoc
the trade. More easily, simply Ibecause, viwl
while you may never impress hint with
the necessitry of the education, you can
insure him with the uonviction that a PIa.;
trade is essential to feed, clothe, and
render hinm indlependent. F ,
But ill our free country, there canll li, b r,
ordinarily, ino difti'nllty in se'llirin both ri vs
edlnation :till a trade to every youth, I tl
thereby litting himt to enter tihe 'riltks ot rt side
nlahllnoti I'liilt of those o: cl eslt' vier.
whi'ch intinidtate so IllayLv tradelehss, lot Ii
protfessiionlessI . v',ltlg elt'It. 'lSlc'l atr, PI
the It'cu'liarit'ies ilf fortuii, that no1, lire '
rl.s, lutely ses'srl'e 1' r lri, 't'i\c't tI, Iliill.
Ilioarded thou-latindls andtlI lillions y ,IlteI 17
1swept awavy il a day, a.1d their 1nce
Pi ",t'ts,r .e heft with li, earns :lit' liveli- T 1T
hit rit" indllep'nden'e. Let such alit o(tie
lave some useful triade, ant he ca1111 siip .
his tiiger at ani iordinary imistrt'lllle. .
We have read'of a wive Ilonar'h wl-o
1,,ecree,'ll that his sou1 ttlii t lh'iia i ti i t fljl
tralhes. or be oit 33ff fr, ili their r'espe''tiv'
iiihcritalllc e. Tlu i nuly i lnrtnure'i, ytlvet olly
ieI the' decree. Til, elt1hst lrince, as thel
I ui'.kets trade t learnll, to.lk to, baske't
I lilking. In prgress Iof tin he lhe,''lanil'
Skilng, and reigned in his father's. stead. Lte.
r in time, also, Irevolution caie uil 3 .ll him
e allid oVerthel w hlill, and he Ithd tcoipan-C'
r io nles, save his faunily. 1and1 wainderled tit.
I, long disguised anti uliknoitn. liurinig ist
e this peritl, bh a re lcurrncll' to the simple ot
d trade learned in his youth, he mniade hlin- whf
e self and his family independent; and thlis haI
iI is only an illustration of holw neciessity conis
or misfortune may be overcome, and holl He
t , an honest, useful trade may always serve wi
v a man. Fre
The sons of the rich as well ias of the
s pour should be strengtlhenld by this pos-'
I sessioln. If never used beyond the learn- J
i l ing, no harin is done, while plssilbly it Hii
-r may be of ine'alculalble gt'il. It is a
it weapon, which 3oncea secured like edtltca- 1
tI tion or knlowledge-, caninott easily In.' dir
v wrested fronm celt s grasp. Only get the Ile
I bent itf a lvboy's inill, andi give ht a her
is trade in aecordaln'e tlherewitl, and tli
S whatever may be his after fortune, he
d. shall tell you from exls'rie'lce' or olti'rvai- l
tilti that of the wisest general provis- in
ions of life, is the seuriri"g to every ,c
le youIg an some uisetfuil trade.--.litrror. il.
in- a"it is a curiosu4 thing, that among (l
the Russians, the father and lmother oft
at ani infant tiot ,nly can not stalllid uIs.
sh sponsors to it, but they are lnot allowet g'i
oi tIo bie present t its Iaptismn. Thll god
l-t. father and godnliottht'r, Iby answering for
ty thl child, becomle related to it, anl tio
Ii- each other, alid a lady iiandi g.eitleliall I
as who have stoodl as slsºtrs r ti the aile
of child are not allowed to marry each
he oler. In christening, the plriest ltakes
Ile the child, n hich is quite naked, and hold- ~
.''d ing it by the head so that his thumb and vi
o- linger atop the orifices of the ears, lihe dipsl '
olh it thrice into water: he cu'lts of a small i
the portion of the hair, which lie twists up
on; with a little wax from the tapers, anti
his throws it into the font; then annointing
ing the baby's breast, hlands and feet with
ich the holy oil, and snakilig the sign of the A
ike cross with the salle, on the forehelad, he d
'omt concludes iby a prayer and IbeK'dlictior n.t
lie aSIt is chliioce coiws, sheep, horses I
and mules that yield the grealtest returns I
it to skillfl husbandmen. The prslluc
and tion of scrubs, or mean stock of' ainy
last kind. is rather a mean business it a
who pecuniary point of view. Raise superior
t of animals on rich lt'rennial grasses, if you
seek a giºod inctome frlomn ycour farml ill
stoc'k hnusbandry. Suchl animals may '
obtain a part of their living fl'roin lilil
ome praved old fields, particular!l slheep:
pu but they want gCtsl clover and s':ls-hay
aed in winter, tr h3ay made from the English
icl, tgrLs5es. The most primin'nlt error in '
e stock-growing is the attemllt ta, rearl
rity fie hogs, cattle andl sheep .in scanty
he and defective food. Some want a gadl
re- deal of meat, milk or wetld, for little or
sat- nthing. They ask Iiature t, mnake them
and rich while they lie in the shllade in lanl
here mer, and sit by thle fire in winter, anl
and leave their poor animals to nearly or
-an quite perish from neglect. Give stock
ddlc the same diligence and care lestowed
de on a crop of corn, and tile profit will le
lear; far greater; lbecause the one branch ,f I
ewo- business is now pushed rather toas far,
their while the other is sadl3 neglected.
asl lience there is more toinley in growing
what lorses, mules, and wool, than in grow
sor- ing our great commercial staple.
uath, ia.\ man has just been put upon the
Sad pension list in Belgium, says the Moni
mem-l eaIr Edge, who was born at Uhimay,'on
ning the 9th of November, 1709, and he has.
can consequently attained the age of one
long hundred and fifty years on the 9th tif
cae last month. He entered the Belgian
, as service in 1830, and remained in the
sot a service until put on the pension list in
was, September, when he had attained the
ve." rank of Captain.
EerIsrO or Fu NaSaoems now
any Fan.-The Pensacola O4errer, of the
n of Stlth instant, says:
until It is rmed in this city thismorninff.
lion that the bill requiring the expulsion of
'eor, free negroes from our 8tate has become
os Ia law. Its application to that class of
the community here is much regretted
i by many of our citseas.
ht a SiFour things come not back : tile
id try IhlthLen word, the sped arrow, the past
life and the neglcctcd opportmity.