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PUBLISIIED EVEIlY SA'L'Ult~ltY BY
W. P. BRADBURN,
EDITOR .AND PROPRIbTOR.
TERMS OF S BSCRIPTION.
rltRIlC DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENtS ($'1l0) tir
one year, is advance. FIVE DOLLAR8 (es 09) If
not0 paid to adlvance
IdI.LE COPIR-s-Ten Cents.
No sulscription will be dilcontinued unles, a writtn no.
t. to t hat effect is rerelted lro.n the subscrlber ias-u
ea.t, sad all arreorgeas paid.
TERMSI OF ADVERTISING.
ONE l)OI.TAR ($1 00) per equate of ten liner, or teIr. of
tha ltere, - - - -- for the dfli In
e-rtluu. iand Filfy Cent, Ir r :ub subsl q lt et tllre.r
Ims. 1 heruldis.oal. hlawevOr, on tkhee rate- will
bIe Ometil il salit rrIarrIarlt.r . Intried for a longer lime
thin two mulothl, as follows.
3 atenths. 6 month,. It month1.
I slare f 5 U 41 *riiNI I (l
21 suarre M (U ItI 2o 1 tII
i sqalree I15 15 IS toIS
4 isquarer 11 0 INP toI)
s square l 1n0 2'5 0 37 (It)
Ssurnes .'v 11 :l ) INU 45 (1)
For PresAnL al or istnIl* .. Cards, not exceeding one0
gnuare, whIipaper. ioe )yCrr 1s.
Aneolnlemesets of (Candldalte. fr olfice, $10. o-hI in
aN raes ltant areompanyv the nlllolluoemnllt. whether
,andaed im Iby i frai sor tihet perlsln auiauied.
The privilegeofyearly ahrll-era I. strictly MIailed to
their owni immdar.le andl reiul ir luinleds.
C' amunnications iWalteletl to !romote the private endst
or etperersl of eliaeidila. rioilpstoetiu oi r nt Siice-, will
Oe. charged as adtvTrteelwesl.
An perusns ordering Jtbs or handing in advert-ementt
aos account of amy local or polhtical orgtsantio:n, will be
held respolunble for the payment sof tiae raurs
Marrlages and Death puialhhed without challrge. Ob1t
ries inserted as oilther advettisemin ,.
Advertisrwemts eot marked the length of time they are
to be inserted, well be kept aIe the paper tell lorbld. stll
Al adrertiseweraltv by strangers or traneait persons
mea be paid as advance.
Personal Cards, II inserted at all, will be charged two
demllro per etasre.
tTJolb Work alnays cash, and adrertisemeatr are dee
whea li6r atmelted.
We are setherised to aennouce Cot. 15. W. A L
LEN, of West Batos Rouse, as a canlldate fror ('on
pgee of the Confederate States ir the Fourth C(ongres
esonal District, cruoposed of the Parlshes of tWert Fell
clana, Point Coupee, St. Landry, Lafayrette, ermallon.
West Datos Rloge. Ibervatle. St. Mary and St. Martsu.
Eletetb leat oMeday ia Ns.vember.
We as reetborised to anounace H. PERAI.TA,
of East Batos Rougera a Candidate for Aalitor ofPublir
Aeasso.-.ebjee toa snmination by a Democratic State
Ce-avemva, If ee i cealled.
Mr. Edier: Plea.e aeesece the nme of T. Rn
W7LP VEeSa%, Esq., as a l)eaicrat ca (C li.
ea be Asmar for the pariah of Ibervlle. s .bject to the
Sat l Right Democratic Coa eatmone.
Wee are euthoried to anmunre EREsRT CAL
LERI v the present ineumlaeat, a.u a tandlate for re
eetles to se ease of Assessor, lbjct to the dece lse of
the State Rights Democratie Coºvestios.
SHEIIFF AND RECORDER.
Mr. IRdlhera TY will plea-e saseee the fiollowing
pedtemes fAr the oices which precede their respeletse
_a-, ajejct ia the declsis of the State Rights Demo
eattle C4eventie, toast
m Miber~ t a - J. L. PETIT.
Pw ReOetlers - - J. . ERWIN.
QT A Meeting will be holhen at the Court.
Iqeae in the town of Plaquesaine on Thursday
Seat, the 'thb ist., at 10o'dclck, A. M., with
the view to aspnrne an Artillery Ceompay.
All these who ae desiros of joining its organi
Satie are rspectfollUy requested to attoed. apl
NEW GROCERY STORE.
'aesLsiemL & BZETAf.I
amas. £01zi ý CO.
T AKEE this method of informing their friends
and the public generally of the Parish of
Iberville, that they have just opened and estab.
ýPholeýlea alb kestil
PRODUCE & GROCERY STORE
In the Double Brick Store. in Desoboy's Row,
ese-ntly occupied by J. MeWilliame & lo., on
the eorner of Main and Plaqnemine streets.
Their stock compriases a complete list. as well
as it coul)d be mode at tUe star', of all articles for
iteam1 ' Plantattem Ise,
easly foeuit is a Grocery stoe, besides a
arvg nd splendid eortment of
At a more cournenient time, a list of the lead
ing articles in their Establishment, such as farm
ihee menrally reqisre, will be given.
"'he public may rely ipon it, that lthese articles
are ai iresh and perfect, and will be put at the
lowet possible ipgar to our custosmer. apl3
ser-W OW X O 3 .-s
,TOTC ie kheseby give to all those having
Sclaimnis ta i Est at e of the late CLARO
L1i3 3Ai.XI , to present them to the un.
demeigned, daly authentieated, within l'hirty
dsi from this date; and all those indebted to
Seal Este, ore requested to all and settle 1ort
with. EDWARD SCRATCH ,L.Y,
ew is thle ime I
100 DOZ. Piatatiou Wegr. Rate at Sl,9
pll ROTH. DEBIJEUX & CO.
QLa cooLa sn1
H e iea .al e ad witl the Jrz aad ast
, IrY IrOODBA.
S4ds at adles' arne,
Newst ad sple il JeIweh-.
AN IXTENSIVI 81~0K OF
Ready Made Olothing,
AND ARTICLES OF
esulhuimm's Wl r-dree,
is all thi variety,
. ~ lend id supply of
Pdi GOODS GENERALLY,
A d iy e which as impossib is tb. lim
isle tey ui s ,m t call an examie is
all I ' ilntertain to treuIt.
_ _.ry ad Iv eeods Depatmren is room
i " particul oqeested s give
ussplthm we shew tIheathe s sue
ap3 Double Stoe, MNib ear Baek st.
For the Defeinse of the Coil
F IVF MILLION.S of the most advantageous
investilent will be offered to the public on
the 17th APRII. ensuing. and every citizeni
throughout the ('onfederate States a ill have the
opportunity of taking a shate of the benelit. at
the same time of suatain!g the caune of h:s
Bonds with colpons will le is.suedi in sums
front '11)00 to .t51. and wIPer? it is preferredl.
stock certifticates in the n-ual totm may be had.
The interest is at S per cent. pet atnnumn. pay
able every six months at all our pr neipal giei'e.
The debt has the very unusual and Ilmportanlt
security of a duty of one-eighth of a rcent per
pound.,or about ft cents per bale ton all cotton
exported This ditty, tinder all circum-taoti"s
of peace or war. secures the puilrtiial p.yment
of the interest, and lurnishes a sinking fiund for
the redemption of the printcial. The collpns
when due. are receis able in payment of the duty
on cotton, and are thus made available as coil.
everywhere ill our country. In order to enable
all portions o our people to take part of this
valualie investment ai to e'xhibit their com
mon interest in raiirig lands for the common de
fense, looks of subscription witl be opene l at
the cities ant princilpal interior tow.vns: live per
cent. must he paid in ca-h at the tinme of sub
scription, and the remainder on or beflore the It
of May-interest to run tram the date of s-h
payment. Persons desirilg to secure their suh
scriptions. may pay in cash the whnel umountr.
itnd take a receipt for tht delivery of lards or
stock. To equalize tl.e rate of sub-cription at
'II po.lts, and to enable all perso,,s convenienit
ly to subllscribe, ctlrrent bank totes of the p.ae .
isill be eceiie.d at their mark-t value in coi.
In case ot anl over sulb-criptihn. pireITFr--,:re % ill
be given to those w ho play d, wn the whaio. scub.
scription; next to usuLscriters of .50o; next to
('C. G. IE.1 1SGER,
Secretary of the Treasury.
.MoNToorar. March Ie. lS';l.
For more ample informtion to all concerned.
a copy of the act of Congress is subjoinled :
AN ACT to raise money far the support oft Ii
Jt *, rnmrt, rand to Iproride for the drle..~a op the
( out i lrrt tlnltes of America.
Srcrois 1. The I'Congress rf tie Cenfedera'te
States of America do enact. That th- Pr-eslllenti
of the Confedelate States he anl he is hereby au
thotized at any time within 12 months alter the
par-age of this act. to borrow, on the credit of
the Confederate States. a sum not exceedi ig
Fifteen Millions of I)ollars. or so murch thereof
as in his opinion the exaigncies of the public
service may require. to be applied to th- p'y
ment of appropriations trade by law for the
satpport of the Government and for the defentte
of the Confederate States.
Sec. 2. The St --tary of the Treasury is
heheby autlhorizedl. b) te conienlt oat the Presi
dent of the ('onederate States. to rclsve to it
prepared certificates of Stock or Bonds. in s~c-h
sumas are hereinafter mentioned, for the
amount to be borrowed as aforesaid. to be signed
by the Register of the Treasusy, and sealed
with the seal of the 'l'reasrv: and the s.ild cer
tificates of Stock or Bonds shall be made payable
at the elpiration of ten yreas from the lir-t day
of Septemlwr next; antl the itlrertst thrlleon
shall I:t 1aid semi-annually, at the rate of Eight
per Cent. per aoilrilm. at the Treasury and such
other places as the secretary of the Treasury
may designate. And to the honda which shall
be issued. as aforesaid, shall Is. attached coupons
for the semi-annual intrrest which may accrue,
which coupons may be signed by officers to he
appoin'ed for the purpose by the Secretary of
the Treasury. And the faith of the Contleder
ate States is hereby pledged for the due payment
of the principal and interest of said stock and
Sic. 3. At the expiration of ive years from
the first day ot Septembe- next, the Confederate
States may pay uip any portion of the bonds or
stocks, upon living three months previous pub
Is lic notice, at the seat of Government. of the par
if ticular stocks or bonds to he paid. and the time
t anti place of payment; and Irom and alter the
time so appointed. no further interest shall be
paid on said stock or bonds.
Sec. 4. The certificatescf stock or bonds shall
be issued in such form and for such amounts as
may be determined by the Secretary of the
T'reasury, and may be assigned or delivered un.
der such regulations as he may establish. But
I none of themt shall be for a less sum than ftity
r dolltrs and he shdlll report to ('Congress. at its
next session, a statement in detail ol his pro.
ceedings, and the rate at which the loans may
have been made, and all expenses attendiag the
Sac- 5. From and after the first day of At.gSu*t.
1861l, there shall be levied, collected anid paid. a
Sdutyol one-eighhrb of one cent per pound on all
cotton in the raw state exported from the Con
federate States; which dtty is hereby specially
a pledged to the due payment ol interest arid prin
a ipal of the loso provided for in this act; andt
the Secretary of the Treasury is hbreby author
- ized and required to establish a ainkiig fund to
carry into effect the provisions ol this section.
Provided, however, that the interest coupots is
sued under the second section of this art, wh.n
Sdue, shall be receivable ill payment of the export
duty on cotton; provides also, that when itle
debt and interest thereon. herein authorized to
be contracted, shall be extinguished, or the saik
Sing haund provided for Ihat purpose, shall be ad
equate to that end, the said eaport duty shaill
cease and determine.
Approved r6th Febrntary, 181.
SReferring to the above advertisement for a
loanof Five Millions of Dollars to the Confed
erate StAtee, together with the set of Congress
creating it, the undersigned, appointed Comms
sionera, give otice to the pblic that booke of
subscription fCr said loan, will he opened at the
branchof the Luisialna State Bank, at Baton
Rouge, on the 17th of April, 1961.
Apart from other oiderationl, this lean of
fn to sobscries a high rate of iatereat-Eight
per cent. per amam-pyable msmi-.aually,
and the highest ader of security--a speial ap
propriatioa of a expo duty oc tton of one
eighth of a moat per poied-this preseassting ina
g decmenta which cannot fail to commend the
Sloan to pehlie fever, a a said sad protable
H. W. ALLEN,
SW. RUFFIN BARROW,
DINIEL U. AV.RT,
W . . PIKE.
S Balte Rougs, April lit.1961. Japl3
I FOR SALU AT A BARGAIN,
a TWO jORSE CARtIAGE,
SNewly epaid nd ad for sernie, as
to he sdM at a elrpia if applied erm a -
5pis] G. RINGWALD.
l .J Madam Juernet's
Mr. . I. JLMEI hirwA.v ,i:orms her friends h
and the public in general, . it she has ,penled a
lrlhool for iYo it Iadies .
at her lesidenet on Plaqiu i'ui sreet. A
1I he Mulswal leplart1sirt is t deri the charge .
of Mrs. A rgellna Jumel.
The ('lasses will le tauniht by the Principal. It
aided by competent It tciLhe..
"T he c tr. se oflI idiiri w f.1 be colm plete in the -
l.,:Itih and peutnh latluai~etr. andtIuther iba0uch- i
es of EduaotIn.
Terrns of Boarders.
Board per Montin. - . 513 no
Hal!' Boarders, -f- . i ln
Wshh,, - - - : o)
Tltl.,onl-French anl Etglish- 4 n00 o
.Mu.hi.--hnstrumetalll aund iL cal. 7 00
At the retlerct of paten's, F .:unbhid.r\. and
, other Fancy hNeedle Work, will be taught by
Mrs. P Jr.tt..
[7TFor further part;alars apply to the Pti.- It
ciplal. on the premises whirt-ntol
Fronl my residenrP on f YVoI
f Plaqnueltrti oei mile Iblow lt
It... Vitiia ... a Hay Horse Mule *
me, im -,'e. ,!,,-;t six arear old.
A liberal aewa:dt will be paid
for his recovery. .. L. P.TIT.
Sale of the Market House. 1
j) l)IL'.\NT to a i'itiatnatito of the .lavor 1
1 and Bf ,and of S o lctr e, n of ti . 'r, T . f L, i. .
,.. 1: 1 ,Y o . 113 . 1. at I' ,' .. . \ 1, . , I
tront lt the l',,urt lionls do,,r. t! e .Leawe ol te
tla*klet Hotise. or the r.ear Ihllll oil lti tir- t
.lorlay III .\iay, In.
apl3 JAS. I.. l i1:1:1!. C ,tia.lbb.. It
R I' G OOl) s,
CHTAP TOiL CASE ! !
FRiANCI% X. LLKK, !
.*lae Arrrel, ."eatr slpe (enrl*-lows,,
( I ("t 4 to it 'am t, " i'. ,' :hit he Ibi s e a .:
1e I ., thiti t iS ,t i'- .l t ins Iti ci t ie
so.:riM lit of "? - .- n,, ! a-. 1 I7:
(r.at !t , ..t i.e a a ,! ''i o'.. top ish !air- .o , i
. (;oO.. i w.. ' - ; .-1.- .l Ta!pe ('lirks pld 1.I eill
;e ti I,, a. I . - ri Line ti. I .ir t t ('iash. 'iTah!e , .o
e:'. Napkin r,,l "lTwel.. I rown ana Belach-d
. ini , ., a - t w!. ai l ,I ki s in every -tyle.
!n ish a1 d ,%x n Ho-eery. I.top SLkrt. ('or.
se'n. l + ap -
i Sat day APR ii. 13, 1861.
e rert tw hbtre a irtat ' i ti ol. I ci
it out if oiir Iwterr aitrein rn rtte tra.t- 1h. f1'o-i
ic eJour. pr.~ce,'!;in i fidr thli *.L, k '- le'. t'r.
i S"e ad.v,-t', t l:et of ion rtra Mu'e-- I
A' ,, that of rhlrp ,.raw hat. thr lagreels.
3.K (nA in*e two htrsn r 'ttrlt: is of 'r. ,.
fr r*le s at itr Sh,lerr an ;d ' rrt;n e e W s""h'l'loFrn:t
, of our .;.ral Rinez;ald, on lilnk trl-ar. . ,e 0t
S Si.e te advertis,.nrt t of \ins. P.
SJtItt.'l , niisia toc Yoiuig Ladi-es, r.o in t.u
ire- fll olpertititi.
n " It will he perceivetit' tlit (L;AttrtPl. itowN
It lhas received his u.ntl uippl of Itir I, ry ;d, ihith- I
inec, &e. An eery bIaly kinows Brarien, thi isj Pat
ing enough to uake a viit th, P-riwtrv'4 certain.
e, Tle a'r wrH',.
S Thte rewe wh;rh we pi,ib i-h to-dv, an.! hi-h oap.
ait pars tio ti rcotirnawd ily irllntnoiinitg rirrlrmar.ai.e,
r- gore to show itdl to prtorc ih:t the al..lh otI nrutm iie
Sn-.ar at haslli, and tht the teh tir na-ke i f(r tIv tir (;i -
Id vrnment at Weshiulgton (we tannotr l.ly the I'. :.
S(;overnmlent) was nterrlIv ry a mtaiteu re Itlitr.td Itie
SIe outhern Confedilrer and, its t'onnai.sioner. at the
7i city of Wahineton--thh, it was in fltt ll the time
1 o Iookinr Seaward, Ito the rei,- fre. mtent and prnotretin
r- of the hnrl anl rol;lecion of the riveria.', in.te.d of'
Segitating upon the qiurrttin of rereisintg and replt
ing to the tiuthirn Cant.0ilwilnter*a. whtite return
honme atrredly i.'licratee the filulre of diplamacry
Sanld the hopelsmanes of peace. Miuh lexitement
I con-rquently ham lietn created in New Orlman., and
C the fever of patrinotim is at hbiling Int. Four rnm
I paniesa of Znunvesi have already letf there i,:i FIi
rida, and other companieL are ltullowir in ltheir led.
a The dire alternative, ala ! pt-em., trly. aLnlot to
btrat frnh. God he with the riehi! We a-hall kep
Y nur readerm duly infrnmed of revent ma they trma.
A mbelrypea WaltcLhes and Jewelry.
S The first no perrt-- a hfl--tlhe Ilater repaired m
Inatural, and wilh the came perfeetnema e the origi.
nal-can he ohbrairtl aid rifected at IliLr's SI
.- tnot. Th nirerit omr ling to.n r rendi to New
id Orleane. tr eilher of Ithe foregoinl purponme, in now
r- entirely ohvimmed, while it ia done at It-a expenmerl
to Irt trael, and an ri-k. *e to it.
- Wall ofl theo *Home lt-mtmelats
This fine Militsry 'ompaty. we perceive. give aI
,e hll on Mnondy eveninr. the 151h, to the Laltdie oi
to PIiqiamine, which, no duht, nilt bean eli-cni ant!
L- bhrillimant affair. and do credit tn all interetrld.
oi Ie.am oe ihe oestherm Comledermey.
IThe advertliirment l l hit lont, the nndilinan,
&c., wilhe fIand in the mij-iinintn rn|mn. We
Shane no ldohl thu, it twill he a poputlar nmonr the
Speople,a aid a readily talken at the rate ofS per tent
Sper annum, as wi the feat loan of this charirter
SoMirinatetl hr the present Empermr of France, to en
SaIle him In to rarry otin mhe war in Italy. In tlhat rarm,
of permons ofie anitlleat mnt-nt had the honor of ntln
be ing to the Governlmnl. and they did so; mld the
Sco neqnluence wa, that the Enmperor could have. oh
taimel twicr ae many millions of franca am he demir
(f ed. We have no doubt that a aimiltr epirit will pa
ht vsail amoanr the people of tlia Confederacy with ref
Ievmre to thi arst luam Iaked hby thirs (ioivernmr.
The intact, it witl he aea, im made payable every
aim imoth, at either Batoa Rouge or New Orleau.
Am enwrpririelr med patriotie Igalemk a of thim
a- Parirh, and of nor acquaimaaece, o)seved lthe naer
be day, that be intended to ane bow mach of the (oe.
*e ernmealt StorkL her alladed to, he could Iet
pala othbia Parishb to talke--itimaaimg thL
take a' much me any gentleman. The i
-, Paribh have a vry larle meecry
stond - a ary in u elewic i .the
time to makeit tell, eerm the gratitude of
t.ir conuntry. *
BAYoc SAaAQ i o. IL Mark; editor of the
Leager, wam e~ed Ua of Bayo Sara & la
SMonday. WmJmlrJesemaes diiegmiahed citi
i fi- thI t ~Um1 h d e1t4e t 1 MarchL , im the
0th - qeage. He wae tshe Cthere of
- Dr. Si a W a. i B Welker.
Another %aeW au.tabli.huS elt. p
The proaspertly of our rIown ut y I.. into inflt ta
the numbher of new ettahli-hnettat -,ia a":m' atp in
at tha.e hiard ti e.'s. Another, anm! t-otn ,, ~ m- uall
proportions with reference i t, I:"" vi!u - " af It + ttionk,
hoe just been opened in the d.ublh.i ,rv. lately " e.)
cupia.l ha J. Ml'Wlliliarn & Co. N." ref.ir u, thae
new tir,ry V sod Pro tue ~tMore .f t ('1A. N R. TH
6a-'(a. . ittlh lao line. a t.ue k ,tI cr ,aa "utau," " tna, ne + '
w th ,+ that which tl.et ri. ,w presit t a o tin- publi,
and the statn nt e at f, he'm_ t ll .O an latvorahiv known t
to oallr ciniz-ne fitt't tlaheir eailIi-t ,earne-a csh as a
well n oa t n...rtl e'mpt l th lba- in lite a ih- there t ia
Iuoa th : - rta r it e . mlla ' a 1a t u1aa 1 th - haultat P i t.-.. '
t-i i r to the young mil enaerprnaing firon "huted i
Sherif anid RIecorder.
Hel to-dav atnounaer, nt lhe rteepue.t of ia leuscri
her and at repanl-i ahle geu-attllian of the part y, the
inatesl of J. I.. I'PETI r and Jos. II. Inwata for the
atli-ea r".pectivel. of Sliettiff anilt Recorrler. "Th.ise I'
nmintirii. ema. ni+ are matle Itataecrt to the deaJittion of
thea t lSuss i. h ltimaoI artati 4 aiaa -.ionvenion. WVehav- V
hI-nal th, tan.ea ..f otherst , rapn)'he anad le.servine,
aection1.".1 In s ttinnae ot aitli Illy-eaatii . titl we I
prre;aat that w he ta " I t. I.i, i,- pha.nllI hteat -ien mna e 1
.t a iton..a a 'ii n, p 'er+art usl pr-la r 't.er a wsll fI.throwni
n-e itS t an nnurimatlt.n . l.,a rminrtion evinced to l
al ai h t tII, eiuAa , w t a eaitr Pl tF I III I1 .
.w t iry arnood l4tore.
It will l,- -,I Ia n.iv, vl . ntett.r h f It fr. FRA.
ri- I I t: .,. ,,i;'" t "Ia -1 . N w lre tCidl Storea
; 1,.r n. nt. I,! ,It-in rar-- I. aear t-.- ('t,a:Irr hnt-e. .
I l .... , r, ,.,thn -l: n :, a It- -.I I . r "..-h
htIs. .., re pu. t . 'ownt ~at Iiti tart I.- A.- li-iara.
I'i,-ItJ t-, ~r w.i #Ia1 do wl-II I", lt %r. Lark a n all, t
t- -A - n 1 - ia ta ia a is i~a ahui, In .la.,'-ard whian a I
atn u-"otr to that a!e--io, it n-ta he p-aIt down at
" a a at at. . #h"' tiaw.1t tatr.:uat a.9ittan he lnd. Ia- 1
I.".I. ar I .l ---a!,! -i-I t:t.t . ".1 n at r wannt lteujp
}'faliheaar nlad Crop%.
"t: i .- h, r - ... ,tu tint - m ,itt I le u tilil, rather
aral, r. Ito r.eler, 01i wa k t an it n ot- lae . l'h- e
t i. ;.- . a .ertr I. -, r,; ' ' tare. -6;1 i , a 1a :'i r.-hrat g
a. thition, t.. qar tllal. t hiha rto at thai F, a i-n of the
teer. .~ ,.1.1 , , i.,, tr.e- i t- tru Ia . It i= rto ,.. hoitt at
Ihl t avarv hl+i art-atwtr t; e.an tl 1e, l.that fit.- tir-t'
t, tor -tf Il a t f -,'-r tv I ai t I .. l nr wn n o, Ie t tlo-a '
tatari art no r itattr i aal w stt ait i-- t0 t -'r-a - I.
fi.r ,ll oil a-/,', i,:r~l utll'l f -tf%- :,-'-t t a la+r.ti,' l
i*. It h11t.e ft , -p , I.I ' l we, b' r c .'" ;ll" . h -.
e "r . r i t a"r I r a. inja t '.t.t to cropt . It t1 t he
hp, d that it wil t, t.
The Necessity of Organization.
The Atraiiat'e of Waednenlal enlsrge or a
eal-!laratat- the .ul.ject tre-,tt a of in our is-tie s
of last Sa.ttrtl.y, a'A on tvn oa,--as- , previouo
lI wathin the last fiw wa-sk-a. We refer to a
Ith,a ,tracc.it.v ti a atriat and thtorugh orga'tni
7aion of the St-ate it gilt lDemt'craey through r
nIt tOle Staie-lt;e mn--re cte-rai n' tht th, i
i prontpl . ir.,ara't.l :at MInttrnary nlay (
ie - " clt --r- ltn.V -rr:tl out ,vil p. rf. tavi ,"
. atnmpett,,, finalyv the proudes-t trint mnct tn F
exceptita:l,' F. l, lt a t ha maitr of ,atan aever a
'ltitan v, miii i fa raar. artne ir tl nd ra'hi. I
, tr;,ýr4t of op7 anrntt of whatever t'arlh or are
SIt Ith +lir ,oiii : . C a ..t'Ilme. t
'rocrtat'ta,,:;n or lack (If enerty ant zeatl I
at the II.- -4. tatri a nit.- the StateI Right;
It, tl i -t ' t il Warm hearted fe -rt;,l.a of" the I
iatt tatI-rntit, in ortira. zt"r litherr foaecs for the
aiparaa.lah'; raatmp e:i.n, i- jasit the like pro. I
S;artafan in are-ath atirratder A to the enemy. I
tat k .-p from tra grt-~tail lin t' ter.,a c ,tmna. I
Con.titation' ir l asid by Ira-tint thI enemies I
taf Ittt,, crtt'y an te in olppo;'tion to the acts i
of the latter. rlth-ut the' Ilclsa ty of precon.
c atad! actihan so otuch more the nrer;.Sity,
Sthera.fre, that the latter iho0t'd meet the for
" oer with ti-e p.a'.r aof a oJtabiataion equally
a a ita'l bible, and it is to b- hoped, fotr more
SiThe late great triumph of the pr:nciples of
State Rights l rInmocracy can lalt to still great, I
N humranatrrian resuta., only through a steady. I
' united action on the part of tho-e who soa
gloriotly woakcd nut that triumph.
The party which stimu'ated ind carried out
iso succaafully the great principle of Repub.
Slican Righlt-commenced at Charleston and
inaueuratrtl at Montgomery-mutt see to it I
that the fablae which ham sprung ott of their
indomitable courage, patriotism and peraever- I
a.rce, is not toppled to the earth through that
lack of watchlulness which suicesa naturally
ereales. The tarty wh;t-h eatabliahed a new a
Government and gave to the world a new I
banner, thrntgh the triumph of the great po.
lit-al axiom of State Rights, annd the equal
rights of a tree people, must continue united :
and watchf, l that their labors are not fruitlesm, I
or that tIhe ettetnie of the principles which
1sua, lparty ettnctated, do not ri.e into power
anal daf at the wise mia-ure. expected to re
sult from them.
The better thien to seoud thas shameful end,
and the only course that can be pursued to
prevent it, -is that which we have contended
for, and whiih the AdetwatE s ahly and con
vincingly tahows in the article alluded to. That
course is to maintain a strict organization of
the State Ri ght.l Dlmocratic party-to con
t tnue the holding of Conventiont, and the no
minationsof eandadatem for all officea of honor
and truntt-and thie holding to a strict accoun
lability ell those who atpare to or are elected
to office, and afterwarda prova recreant to the
law. and usages of the organization.
. The time then is at hand for the organis- a
tion of the party in every pariah in the State
Sand every ward of a pariah, and the selection
' of a ticket for the euatsing campaign which
will produce harmony and concentrated action
a among the State Rights Democracy. I
e "good men and true" .1olght forwell.
to goe d' ethe party, its trilumph will be
We regret that we have not reem for morel
. then the following, which we extract from the
article alloded to ie the ,Adeoeot:
"T:e patriots of the South must not
sleep while the enemies of taur Govern
mnent are carryitg on their machinations
to undermine and destroy it. Submis
sionism, reconstructianism and Lireow
ism must be crphlzed out and driven from
among us by the strong voice of the
people. In States ndj,,iniirg Lr:uisiana r
th, S,outhern Rights imnll are organzizng t
i. r l active and victrimiis Campatigln a
ani:inst the ,tripple alliance. ite usl
a"i, /ii.,ri., n, L]ousiarna. At the Novenm
her ele'ti, n we will have a Le.'Mislature
to ,'hoos,., which in turn, will ha:ve two
ti,.natrs ~t1 h'I.',t to the Confederate
Stat.-s. W will have six C(t''grasi..sm.'t
tr elect, and Ele.ctors to cast the vote
of" the State f,,r I'r,-sidntt ant Vice
"'resiletit. li sure, that ne but s.ound
.\, /,thrrri, il ,tre the sern in any Pari'sh ,r
1,./.irlt f tr nnmt1e]/ire! Thiv crnl be pre- -
r'n',l bit o throuigk ,rgfaee izati.,n f thet
.',,irhe/r I;it'his fo.'cr. all arer the Sttale. I
'IlIe .Ihl State glig'hts lihei .racy-
the unswe'rv'ing and Ifaithili gua~rdian a
tf the rights of all the pc pie,. the un- e
ciniypronhisiing f',e to all ei.ntralization,
sec'ti,inalima anid all other isis-is nout
vet dead in I,. uisiaa. It i; vyet vii-'or
,.t. i, hali,,'s a:n! other iarishtl s t" of
il,- S'tte., awl vwill serve as a ,,owerful
n1 ,I' s f, " the I' r ne ls ,,f ,,ur yen' t e J '.
public to rallyvair,,nil. ine 'lrgle blast
fr ,ton} -!,it lit:'r-r anal lprs-se will set
St.il. ,. ri, n s ", Il,, ary in ,nti,,an. Let
,l!. n i vthe I rilr s l, ahlrs t. of Itheri a.w
Illv ti.'nt whit. h It t, onur i:,!,-ioen
l..nac-t --a thlh re will he ,lu tkin_, tren.
t"liv and ',ar tlli , " t;fr I ; ,u y h ies of
thtt'11 . tion w\howouldl I1hind Lo,,iuisianta:1
in, ', t'le.h awl lay her l',rn, l form at
thie tft of Linol' In wal his hosts at
The Result of Diplomacy.
The duetil impo-e I upon our ('nmmision.
er' to Wal-hngton, were of the simplePt kind,
aoi -uh t ac admitted of a speedy perform
are. l'They hlad only to sek the Black Re
plihle'an Preaa dent, inform him that they had
ti.en tcereid;t i to his gevernmient from the :
Snftfedet.rte State-a, and crrelpl hiin to divulge
!is p ,'y tow-rts tihe aeed ng States. They
thoo'd have said to him, 'if yo, .are deter
tninid to have war, say so,; if peace., then
.:,thraw yoar forces from the fortifications
a ith-n our limits immeitatelv"-atid on his
refusal to comnply with their dernanil., they
sttou'd have abrupitty left an reported to the
AIlmini-tration at Montgonmery. The urgency.
of thri.r demandi would have forced .M1r. Lin
con! to neghcct his hungry oftiCe seekers for ar
nome' t. an,,! we imi.ht have knv-n within
forev-e',t tantra after the arrival of our
o'mtm ti--a,,ners, what the Government at
1Wshir._ton n'.nled, t- do. Blt no sooner
had the ('Cmnlm -rianers arrived, than they
iere,- . ajo' d !,v the Black Ith pebcan leaders
Ito a plroer.sterting pn''"y, !.y fair but do ie
eeltrlil p,r:nirtes, which might have proved
fatal to n14 if 'we had ied as rnuch con
tli.1-nee as they in the faith of Abraham
,incoln and hi. Cabinet min'sters. At one
time it %Ias .i d tihat the Commissioners
would c rtainly hIe received, andl they reques
ted that the Prsualent of the Confederate
States wouMit take no further ste-ps until after
that event. At another time it was nonfident
ly ascerted tlat the Lincoln Alministration
iitended to preserve the peace of the country.
1 h-n ag.ien it was commnncanted to head
qema ters, that the Forts would be evacuated,
and that the ordelrs or the evacuation of Fort
Snmrptr had already been given. But now. I
after more than a month, Mr. Seward gives
the Commissioners the answer which he was
prepared to give on the first day of their ar
rival; an an-wer which everybody expected i
him tog-ve, viz: that he cannot receive them
or recognize the government wiich they rep
resent. In the meantime, the government at
Washington has.been as busy as possible in
completmng its preparations to subjugate the
Sot herm States, and has fitted out a fornaida
hle armed force which is hourly expected to
land upon our shores. We do not blame our
Coanis-ioners for anything exerpt too much
creduhlty. They have doubtlessbeen assured,
over svd over again, by every prllonnent man
connected with the Adtnmnatatlion at Wash
ington, that peace was intended. These as
eurancels, it turns out, were false, sIl were
givin only to keep the South quiet until the
North should be ready to open an attack upon
her. it was the doctrine of Machiavelli, that
faith should not be kept with nations unless
it enured to one'i advAntage, a doctrine which
has causd the name of its author to be incor
porated into the lexicography of nations as a
synonyme for all that is faithless, disgraceful,
ard infamous. In his conduct towards the
SSouthern Commissioners, Mr. Lincoln has
been guilty of an act of natonal perfidy,
wi hich would have caused even the Italian
diplomatist to blush for shlame.
It is well for us that the people af the 8outh
hlave paid no attention to the deceitful prom
isea of the Black Hepublican President. They
have labored as assiduously and industriously
Sto perfect their defenses, eas if they had re
ceived an emphatic declaration of war from
the United States. Soldiers have beesetlist
ing with astonishing rapidity; orders have
been issued for O,000 more volunteers; forts
have been reinfrcced; arms and ammunition
purchased, and the work on the breast-works
in front of the beseiged forts, have been ear
with unabated vigor. Even on the
vry day himit was said would witnes
the evacustles of Ulot8t..er, the-r
and accomplished Bearegard
President Davlk-'let them cme; we are
prepared to receive them." And now that
the sigas point unmistakbly to immediate
Sbostilitaes, we hope that no time win he at
in the defense of every point where there is
any danger of as attrack. The call for volan
Steers ejill deabtless be respooded to with
e. alacrity by the patrtice men of the South,
n aad, in a abort ttme,we shall hablve- i the fied
a sech as army ot brave anrd loyal men, as will
repel any force that the perfidious Adminis.
tration of the fanatical North can bring
Very Imaportant Intelligence
In the first part of the week, despatches
arrived in the city, and were confirmed that
the U. S. Government were making great
military preparations in New York and elts.
w.here North, in fitting out vessels of war,
taking troops and provisions aboardand ship.
png the kind of boats necessary for the land.
in;: of troops by sea on an enemy's coast, and
all the other paraphernalia of a great military
expedition by sea.
The following from the Picayuneof Thur.
day, seems to destroy the last hope for pease,
as Lincoln's messenger conveys to Gov. Pick.
en's the iltentions of the Administration,
which, of course, will be prevented, if poem
CIharleston, April 9th.-Lient Talbot,
F. F. A., arrived in this city last even.
ing direct from Washington, bearing a
Special message from Mr. Lincoln to
Gov. l'ickens and Gen. teauregard.
lie assured themn that it was the de.
termination of the Government at
I anl:inigton, to reinforce Maj. Ander.
I r,, at all hazards. He also asked to
hei, permitted to visit Fort Sumpter, but
lie thereupon left last night for the
city of Washington, but missed the
connection at Florence, where he was
detatined till this evening.
As to the actual state of things here,
this is certain, Fort Sumpter will not
be attacked till an attempt is made to
The floating batteries, however, were
placed in pI,,.tion this evening, between
Sullivan's Island and Fort Sumpter.
R1einforcements are also arriving from
th- interior by every train. It is cal
r'lated tlhat there will Ie five thousead
ri;,n stationed at different points in the
hartbor by to-morrow night.
The ship Gondar arrived at this port
to-day, ftrm Liverpool, ith several
rifled cannon, ordered by the State of
The expedition which sailed from
New York Sunday last, is hourly ex
pelted, when the fight begins.
The elder Ruffil, of Virginia, and
Senatir W1fall of Texas, are in the
ranks at Morris Island as privates.
Gen. Beauregard is satisfied of his
albility to repel any force that may pre
It is reported here that the Commis
sinners fr im the Confederate States,
will probably leave Washington to.
mIrrow. They say that war is inevit
PANIC IN tW.W TORK.
New York, April 9.-There has been
a fearful panic in the stock market here
to-day, the worse known for many
Augusta, Ga., April 9.-There are rev
ports on the streets, which are general
ly believed, that a war fleet composed
,f several vessels, is lying in the offng
of Cliarlestmn harbor.
Gov. Brown of this State, has issued
his call for three thousand additional
v,,lunteers. The indications of a hos
tile co.nflict between the two sections
Dater we m » gmrs7.
rVIRTHE REQUIrITION FOR TWoOPS-40ttlS
POURING INTO PISIACOLA.
Montgomery, April, 9th.-President
Davis made to-day a further requisition
on the Governor of Alabama for three
The Mississippi brigade of eighteen
hundred men arrived, at Pensacola on
the 'th. Three hundred and seventy
(Georgia troops for Peunsacola, passed
through htemre within the last forty-eight
The Larset ,lwas.
The following, in the Ewesins D -,_
received yesterday, is the latest news
from Washington. Them were no tel*
egraphic despatches in the New Orlesans
morning papers of the same date :
Under the heading "Highly importar
and official from Washington," the MY
bile Advertiser of yesterday, pubiM ~
the following dispatchee :
Washington, April 9th.-An attempt
to provision Forts Sumpter and PeLkeu'
by force, if necessary, is determinld ,
Our peace mission here is closed. W
go home imimediately. War is it~-I
able. Joax Forsm.
Tan WaR Clotc TmutCuts -(I
the courtesy of T. Sandford, sq~,a
lector of this port, we are permitted t
make public the following ditch from
a leading citiaen of Phiela il
known in Mobile t
Philadelphia, April 8th.-The g" y
ment has positively determined to rela
force Fort Pickens, sad not to bd
Fort Sumpter. They have aslo U
troops to Texas. War is certain.
The Tribune of yesterday iassmd sd
* following despatch in "Zitr." f..
a which contains important lateligieme
, it provesto betrue :
ssbington, April 8th.-The
, era Uamissioners to-day rei -
~ reply the Secretory of
the Unitedltates, to their special.P
mnicationl, dl sg to reco
and refusing toh ny comwsnien
whatever wtth them. l a
"t 8. Goverameot doeM
', that headed by A. Linolo.
d istration has decided to
-I into Forts Smpter rad Fee