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NEW SERIES-VOL. 4, NO. 28. PLAQUhMINE. JARISH OF IBERVILLE. LA., JULY 2 1 O--L1 39
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W. I, HAMILTON, C
ATTORNElT AT LAW,
[AVING lated at Plaquemine will devote
1 u k r enatie attentioe tto e practice of his
Prmkmios is the Pauishe ef
IbusUgh l, gil ad Weat at, es ouge.
!e repedefly seleits the patronage of his old
i i ad s pbl i generally, who cn al.
Swap ld him at his Olae on Main Street.
--ear the Court House, between the hours of 9
A. M. and 3 P. M., usaes otherwise profession
Plaquemine, La. ocl6mh23.
*AVID M. BARILOW, 1. W. POPE,
Plaquemine, West Baton Rouge,
6esrwilU, La Batoe Rouge 1. U., La A
Barrew & Pope, 1
.uUerer. msad E eusewr e as Le., A
W ILL practice their profession in the parish- all
es of West and East Baton Rouge, lber.
ville, Point Coupes and West Feliciana; the Su
District and Circuit Courts at New Orleans. u
I'. Z. Z I.S,
Se'.r y at Law and
Juastlee of the Peace,
T70Oee on Main street. _ ug
*eomRAi L. IR , L.
AJteorey at Law,
Tyler, mraith Couty, Texas, rj
LLi practice law and collect claims in the Ii
V eenuti.euf Harrison, Panola, Ruk,Smith, li,
Wood, Upshur, Cam, and Marion, and in the Fed
enl and Supreme Courts at Tyler. my26
BENJ. N. DEBLIEUX,
.ttrrsep at Law, r
P , lerviUi Parish, Louisiana,
I idevote his whole attention to the prac.
tice.e their profesion in all the Courts of
the Sixth Judicial District. je23 u
Attorney and Counsellor at Law,
(OCesu se s ZSes fab.ues, sg.,) ii
jylS] PLAQUTZIYE, LA.
r eper CiU Eugameer,
Baton Rouge, La.
W ILLattead to cealls in the Parish of Iberville,
foe serveying lads, mapping, Plant ations
levelling, sewran l s and loeves, draught-.
iag architetdral desigas, &c. nov24
O. W. WIL IOlT,
Oeat h Saga r Faster and Commision ,
.WRB A LM dT,
No. so ca.rddekt st., Ha. Oraem,
memapS atteaties gives to all oeelgameats. -
- . . OsaNS,. Jon euasse.
SUAUKS & KNEAL,
HOUSE PAINTERS, GLAZIERS
eptt PLAQUEMIINE. LA
-E.semrg -..' m n.m,
Whelesale iStreen sad
W'Pwtauer euttsesi ives tteoasigmeats I
of Sugar and Melesee, and to illiag orders for I
weo... Predsme. ijea'8-tf
r U L hlemby ioafrms her frbeds
sad the pbic i gine al, that he bas oped a I
eahdel Br Teiag LadlS I
ate ieeiiae e Plaquemis asret
MJSpie Depatme t is alet the sge d
The Classe will be umht by SI Peselgal,
ideS by empeat seseb.e
s hen -et stiudes w lll be ine -
w$ cg, ..... 1300
t trL~ I - Vocal, 7 6 00
t~rhee ee Weakwi he aught byee
a ae t peid kea me a~ l tbe s Prism
- U een i II
-,iJl,O D 539OA R. :
¢ea 0 e rravo Ne. o
bbuput .w m v. a Jd ,haae
" a nr_.t S .d a,.t ,he
et eftief 1. iy a serict at.
a. huse bui , seed
MAO~t LSppl7Mghkiit~ AW
D3T Gos 4 A
HE is again on hand with the first and finest
April ltit, 1801.
Goods for Eadles' Dresses,
New and Splendid Jewelry
AN EXTENSIVE STOCK OF D
Ready Made Clothing
AND ARTICLES OF
Gentastle n's IWardrobe, wi
in all their variety,
And a splendid tlsply of far
FANC Y GOO().S GENERA LL' tic
A description of wh.ch is impp'sible in the, li
its of this advertisement. Call an examia 1 -
all I desire-tbuying is certain to result.
ElJDry and Fancy Goods Department in »ra
nearest the corner. it
[7Ladies are particularly requested toe -
us a call that we may show them the handp- -
eat and cheapest goods they have yet seen.
GABRIEL BROIWN by
spl3 Double Store, Main near Bank i
NEW GROCERY STORE. C
WNOLESAXI. &RETAZ !
roAS. aLOT £ CO.. u
T AKE this method of informing their fls
and the public generally of the Par of
Iberville, that they have just opened and lu
T~ýToloralo eft RIot
PRODUCE & GROCERY STE
In the Double Brick Store, in Desoboy' w,,
receutly occupied ay J. McWallams & on I
the corner o Main and Plaquemine street T
Their stock cominites a complete list. well
as it could be made at the start, of all artiD lor t
Fam ly A& PlantatioH le,
usually found iu a Grocery store, bhes a
large and splewhld assortment of
At a more convenient time, a list of lead-.
ing articles in their FAablhshlment. sucl fam
ilies generally require, will be given.
"the public may rely upon it, that theirticles F
are all tresh and perfec, and will be pat the
lowest possible figure to our customer4pl3 J
ooel .and aoe .Wair,
L'&e this occasion to *tk li
patrons for their past patrge, aid
a to inform them that he is reset
located on Main street, boe F
above Ross & Gallagher'satore, in sh -
cently occupied by Beihler Bros, Tail wire
customers will find that he will c ue his Ti
work with the same punctnality, per osand
dispatch that has hite ,toeharactri it. He
guarantees that no work can lpass Pu t day
of style, inish, it and durabilty ' t Thi
I ETTLE SETT
A Labr of Years Rem 4to a
HAVING been iaduced by freq'plicita
l. tion, to make publie the scie4i Kettle
Setting that I pratice, I hereby giv toall
persons desiring to acquire aknow of the
art, that 1 will give them instruc for the
Setting of Kettles, for eithr either ood , on ap
plication to me.
My system is based upon princip/he pln
sibilaty and correctness of which ad5 no co- ten
tradiction, which are quickly and A compre ten
Sheaded, an theselre not liable to gaily fori .
I have models for five diferat ructioes
of Esttles, and designs by which jaction is
Smade easy. and the art soon . Gpis &an
of designs or drawing are given e whom
I instrucet. All thomtoe whom my !ys
teim are ls assisted by my es required.
In lstructions are oaly give teoiwho have
I been three or far years at the bltlof Kettle
Betting, and are good workmen,
For farther lawis , i , i letter or
s otherwise, of the 'ndei nDed. 1'
I JOIWt P ,SEND.
, aeimea, (Pah or trervi )mr4 . 1t0eo. the
efer to-Dr. C. Clement, Ibervlle". e
Louis Desobry, SIt "
- Jn Schl atre,
a Sylvar Maiiows -
" Edward J. Gay, a
u Js. C. Woods, Wd . eags.
u Dea. H. micke,- ,j
r ThompeonJ. niw- Reuag
yFPancy Daker intiemei f.r
•)3 E8PECTFULLY i.lme failiesdb
- L and otan her Plq. ad .
ill tht e isa t o ll tie prsnae terms.
fauery at the rsith iank n C d ,Gre d.
----.--,- ad muleed in anne mt
EI E m happy .r fr .ds and pa
Sern awd he ..* J *all Uay thine
Sthe an re piao, ad wii ll t be solder
a,, d el t eeiemea es usu.al. Our
s , t_ •
C aLow I setellise -
Ms t ieaIs'the .bli, y, , t e thl • _
t-- ia-teas ute pallth eato. st it
he. sen . & D KlU OgT.
Smdt tm imbite d e beil
eI " al .. ll t erdfit ,
:,w Wwh _Suem a .
bmMI &. MATO.
3. A &EARNT,
Apothecary Chlemist and Drag
Corner lan and Bank streets,
Besldeave to call the attention of
his tieids an d the public au generalto
hDu g y Selected Stock
which he guarate'rspan.
Physicians' esc! ipltiona will receive pnticu
lar attelnton at I1 hours of the day or nigi.
The Patroag of the public is respectluly so.
Plaquemine, uly 10, 1860.
(~LARE'l'-Lafitte, Leville, Glhtcitu
./ Margaux,Ic., forsale by
Jyl4 R. A. KrERNY.
0 LIY) ItY'i.VIISKEY-Olhd Jnaicta
HJum, Anlette, Fine Cordials, &c. ftr Pale
by be141 h. A. KEiItNY.
I,;A RltS--'ter those riluirint' a line
' Cigar. I ain utler iuducenteut sedom met
with, lour sale ly
Jill I. A. A ARTY.
G AIDlEN SEEDS-New (rol,--rv
ery Varidy-Turnip, Red Tot, aid Flat
Dutch, for sal. oy
jl14 R. A. BAINY.
1t'I'l.El'-A. noew aoll heauttul as
sortment if Peu Knives just rwceirl and
alo low by Rt. A. iL;IR-NY
P AI TS, Oils, Varnihtsi,, 3riusht.s,
- WindowGlass, Putty, &c., i sale hby
jyl4 R. A..EARNY.
rTO l \t')~r4 okit t :id Chewing,
several lualities, Ior sale by
14y I8 A. KIAKRNY
N W _ O .LEbºNS
Bayou Sara Mail Lz Company.
-OR CayotSara and the Cast, the new low
I preasue uassenger packet
. A. Cottmn,- Capt . 3 erance,
Leaves New OLeans
Every Btnday morninget 9 o'clock,.
" ledadlmy " 9
" Hiuday " 9 "
Returning-leaves Btyoutara every Monday,
Thursday sal Friday, at St. m.
For Fort tains, Tunie4 Morgane. IRayes
Sara and th (:ast.,
The fine Paeenger Packe
ACADIA......... Ct . . . GROS.
Leaves New Orleanse ry Monday and Thurs
day Evenin, at 5 o'clock extending her tripe on
Thursday astr up as Fit Adams. (my5
SaMas * l riae m ^etabu ahimet.
Se.o sor t Camaas VtIT & Co., at the old
stam of s. W. SooTr.
lespctfully informs the people
oflbeville and West Baton
Rea that having purchased out
thetterest of his partner, he in.
tends a on n )r eame line ofbusiness, such
as the ma etured ti kinds of
LAd th s as tt ofs
And every ng kI in i simiilatestablishment
N. B.- Re ringdone on CREDIT.
Ploaue , N. lth, 1859. ly
Nj j *BROTH E s'
Idi.s Dress Goods
they perti ry call attention to, as als their
1 y de Obtblag,
They pot pretend to give a listof their
deLck is t pass of an advertisement, but
request all are in want of
to give t a call, as they feel fully dtisaed
that perch will not go away from theitatore
lit oc23l HAASE BR48.
MATTrEW . MATTHEW M'CIJNTOC.K.
a di mOZKWNoOEus,
ereI amud Aierldem Marble,
Saam emta , Istatuar,.
'bs, Headstones, Sp.,
S. . of Washington Areane end 5th st,
nd ashington Areaonue, between 4th
and th streets,
aB BT. Wtus, Mo.
I o Labsuve, Plaqemine,
chel Hebert, Ibervile,
o, Deblisex & Co., do.
T1. Trinidd, Wast Bat :oe .
sU FNsil PUl-PaeO
LB.lmeao, mae 28d, 18a.
and meet durable leooll
a part of the wnontry wit
applinlatsd mth ee,
Na. 5?s. smuee sternal, N. 0
" ONERY-Letter, Cap and Note
, Eanvelopes, all kinds Blank ,er-e
is mest, fr sale by
S INSURANCE, &c.
Offe of SmYt~ e Mutunl Iavurawo Co.,
or BHroN LOUGE.
IN CONFORMITY with the requirements of
their charter. the SOUTHERN I 1tUI'UAL
INSURAN'CE COMPANY publish the follow.
inm statement :
Amuuut of 'pr.'niuers received from F,.h
ruary ll, IStU,fto Fcb:r'ry let, It bl.$) ,*L;C,'t,
Al rultows :
t'remiuase on Fire I: ks ...... a.:3' ?J
"" " M rurase '...... 1; t. I d'
*" Rivet ...... 4.6:7 "7
Premsiums on nnterminated Iiski., Febru.
ary let, ltmJl.....................$19,!14 4':
*$1'L,11 , I
Less premiums on Risks not Irrmoiate.l ,u,rw' 7.1
Nett earned premiums fir tbo year ending
let February, ItI ................$74,l 1 710
Losses paid drring the saw preuw :
" iU LOQUtuS UNSkL.TLED."
On Fire Riks................$1.,3::1 75
SMariur ltink............. 1,et GI
"' lrvri Eais.............. 3,.1 11 17
Espeses daring year as sbo., 7',1' ::
Nett earnel I'rfite for the vear ending
Fetruary Ilt. I;sIi................411 32
Sl'het(opany Ia.* e tie hte oll,a. A a.ets:
:ills .cea-i t.le, flr Ipr.t, a,, .. ........ ::,.r3i 21S
I|alI r. c.'.vale, h. a,In s a .ul ue ui :atIcs
Nt,-s....d ... ... ................ . 15!..J. ; 91
('Hal,, ha ts.',* rl n hneId ................ 1.; ...nl.1 l
It.a.an e nu. hv Nrw I...'.. A 'i, v .... ,.:1 .U
fic e , 'ciatuu .b. N ew O ri ,u.,s ,.1 g . 'n y .. 3,;:a :1;.
T'utal asets .................... $.I..l,70 (1
(Sigr.!) WM. PIIKE, I're't.
F. E. lit:eai. .Seey.
Blaton i~ouae, February d2., 1]61.
STATE ,Fl I.'OUISIANA,
PAnten or E. IAtrK oRocce, Feb. 1. 1 sil1.
& it rnmtndrrd. That on this first day of Feb.
ruary, I,I. belor,, me the buIscrilwr, a Justice
of the Peace in andi tar the Ipaish aloresaid, per
bonally appealed Wm. S. Pike. President, and
F. E. lh-berit. becletary of the Southern Mutual
Iasurac,e., ('ompansy, oh Baton Rouge, who being
July sworn arcola.ing to law do depose and say
that the above accounats are just aind true, anal a
coriect transcript IrSo the books of said Compas
(Signed) WM. . 1 'KE, President.
F. E. H ksaat, Secretary,
Sworn to and subscribed before methlsN
cond day of February, 1861.
[S.gued) P. A. WALKER,
Justice of the Peace.
(Signed) P. A. WALKER,
Justice of the Peace
Owaoa 8oenwtazr MoiaLr INosesacs Ca.,
Baton Rouge, Feb. 4th, 161. I
At a meeting of the Borar of Directors, heM
this day, it was Resadaed. To pay six per end in.
terest on the outstanding Scrop, eigh per tea to
Stockholders on premiums paid by them for the
year ending 1st February, 1861, mud to declare a
dividend of fifgt per ast on the nett earned pre.
miams of the Company for the year ending 31st
January, 1861, for which certificates will be is.
sued on and after the 1st day of March next.
it wes further Rohled, To redeem the outstand
in Scrip fir the year 1&58, on preaeutatiou at the
o e of the Companay.
[TThe Stockholders are hereby notified that
anelection for tena Directors and fifteen Trustees
to serve for the ensuing year, will be held at the
office of the y on the Company, on Tlrday, the 14th of
March. l8tl. .
ah30 F. E. HEBERT, Sse'y.
Improved Stubble Shaver.
A number of the above important article, so
useful in facilhatalg the culture of the
sugarcane,-invented by;J. ALLa,and pertecte4
by the undersigned-has been manufactured and
,o sow on hand for sale in New Orleans by
riFU. W. SISEI, corner of Camp and Poydras,
Agent for the sale ofat the machine an that city.
The andersigued has upwards of seenty certi.
jtcsls from the best planters in Louisiana, who
ha% witnessed the operations of the Sd.66se
Sers in various soils; and there cam be no
quctions of the fact that it melts-and fully
me~u-a.ll the requirements and desderatums
th eould hei or deired for perorming
eply, oestly aud perfectly the work for which
tlm invented to perform, and in which per
.ae it does the labor of at leasutNferensds
ost I It will alaso shave from 25 to 50
without sharpeniug. The price asked for
the0 will be found to be surprisingly small eom
siding the price paid for their manufacture.
htersm wanting the Stu66te 86aer will please
ss GE.O. W. SISER, New Orleana or to
oct13 A. ST. DIZIER. Plaquesmiae:
Or to J. McWu.anas.
S . Lao's, a the rsaidgoeo Q. "
late Mr. TAomae.
T ,~erd having establiebed himslf
s y, for the purpe of
i . .rim . o to t citizeu of
Lkf LA fAGEal.
iv .... . .ommn ae fbout tobd.t o
imoath. bians dterSiraied to devot.
,l-es to the i,,,usuet o these wader his
he trnusts to receive a Idrl share of the
plOmYP of paoents ad thadians.
.iYlwelle &eie Augoue 4E. Frasicre.
T E 8OL SIGNE att titabe d'an manis
pe rmaneate & PgIt mise reseCq taease
t ofre mse servace ca eityes de Pmadroit
du oisisage dans a ites de maitre
eaminmaut ia laung. e et Ia Ia
r9au. Le Local st it viy-a-yE Mr.
astrenois la rsidecee dle .
L _npm.. to the Clerk' 0ers o
who will net ssstlsair
a dsm a tihed that wils
I_-McWILLIAMS & CO.
S MS. Chl.\d. CI.EMYFNT, JR.
,. s( ' ..s7 COl g0.,
PLA_ EaINE, LA.
NEW FA L GOODS.
To the People oft lbtrvii
ton Rouge. ~t -
W E bave now open and ready.. ...
a I.\RbE AND VARiEiexhibition
MEINT ()F SSURT.
FaU and JJUter Geoo,
boueht direct from importeri and manufacl, t
We enumerate a few articles ouly, among the,i
will be tbound
Bleached Cotton Shlrtings
All widths. and some very tile quality;
English and French Cottons, best make, fine,
soft and un tressed;
Ih'llriclhed Shittingu and Shoeting;
Heavy Plain and Tai;led Lowels.
French, English ai.d American, 6from to 7 ct.
per yard-the rinest omde.
In this department our stock is large arid the as
sortment varTed, ronsisrtinlg of
silks and P'oplins. new style.:;
I'eL.airin anld Cahmere. Ilaiin and printed;
li!ack Silks, plain and tiguied.
Ladies and Misses' Cloeaks.
We have in this line a large and varied as
ortiielut. pretiludll all possibilit of a descrip.
trolln. 'lhey were purchased direct from the
nmauriacturer., and are offered at prices varying
from n- to $:5.
The largest, best and cheapest stock ever hro't
to the parish. Ment's suits compose-from $5
50 to 5$60. Call andl see them.
Boys' & Youths' Clothing.
buits, for Boys from 3 to 20 years of age, rang
ing in prica from $5 to $1.
Shirts and Drawers.
Nearly every size and style made.
We have in the above a very large anl varied
assortment, comprising the latest andl most fash
ionable styles. Among them are
Richly Embroidered Valencienne Setts;
do do Linen and Pique Setts;
Plain Linen Setts and Collars;
Japanese do new styles;
Richly Embroidered L. C. Handkerchiefs;
Plain Hem-titched do;
Mourning do do-some extra an.
Ladies' Plain do, from 10e to the finest quality
Gentlemen's do, a large assortment.
Carpets and Rugs.
The most complete lot ever brought to this
section of the country-some very rich-which
can be seen in the third story of our store, and
for sale very cheap. Vall and see.
Fancy Notion Department
in this we defy competititin, both for variety
and price. Among them are Fans, some extra
rich; Puff and Powder Boxes. extra rich; Ladies'
Portmonnaies; Work Boxes and Dressing Cases
Writing Desks, assorted sizes.
Hats and Caps.
Men's Hats, from 50 cents to $ 30, new styles;
Boyl' Hats and Caps, from 25 cents to $2 u0.
Ladles' Riding Hats, ac.
Misses' Hats, at aboutMaanqI turers' prices.
OT Expecting to be in oun EW STORE for
the early Fall trade, we purchased a large lot of
the above, but having no convenient place to
keep them, are ofering them at a bargain.
Jadies,, Misses' and Chil
We have s lot of the above made specially yr
Men's and Boys' Boots and
Creole style, and made to order.
Hardware and Cutlery.
In this department we are constantly making
additions toour assortment, keeping up with the
improv9 aent of the age in every article new
t4e Bestsd Richest ever bro'l to Ib~ ill.
Among the stock we have ten of the best Stod
dard Gold Watches, made to order 20 setts Pins
and Ear Rings; Bracelets, Itinger Rings; $3,000
worth of Dianuood Rings and Pins, some very
rich; Gold Vest and Fob Chains, Thimbles and
Brushes and Baskets.
The best lot ever seen in any country store.
Paints and Oils.
The best made in the United States.
Direct from the New York Customhouse, from
3 50 to 1S4 a gallon. Champagne--15 baskets
of the Duke of Montibello.
A complete asortment always on hand.
U. .WsZgrsIZ r d 406.
sep2 Bank st., laquemirne, La.
Soot sad Shoemaker.
The business heretofore
sarried oa by B. Gt.asa, will
Sbe enlducted" in future by
aSs St the old stand on Bank rst., north
of Main street, uane trusts that his attention to
busnes and endea.s, to please his custom
ensand the manner i, 3ich his work is done,
ill merit him the coatiased patronage of hIs
friends and the public.
my5-ml. FRANK GLAER.L
At $10 per Tkhaossand.
I HAVE FOR SALE,
lIbm aA te. 1 BNAWgeM
CHINA WR&E-vas.ee.-a large Tae
riesty, which I will seht and blow eot.
lS IL.... gAItrt
l'ublished etery Saturday by
W. P BRADBURN,
EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR
A. G;,,i FOR BEAST AS MAN.--Mr. .Ini
I. Rlobertson, who writes to the Picay
une from tlhe Parish of St. Mary-speak
iila of tihe disease among cattle kuown
as the C'harlbon, says;
Charhlin, I thinik, arises from poverty
Of lHood in the animal, and this poverty
,f blood maiy n,'cur inn every cotditi,ii
of tielsh fn',1 fat to lean. The disea.se:
Snally manifests itself by external
:llints on the under parts of the an.
lhinltiody, from the tlnhroat to the tfi:niks
pain, :ilrs sion ibecoilme ilinscusiblh to,
:netiun alinurti-y, owing to the wanlt of
this "iahgnitality inn the blood. W itli
iyv pi.l'.,h if tile diseaseun, I directed
stmunat, and 0014 Il,, ld-nourishinng
C', IanIi i whiskv t;pOIn f Mluind that golod,
it at once gave incrnuly was" the best;
actionn to thle heart, alsI and strollngerl
powierful circulation oft Ly restorilng a
to the diseased parts, Flied blhiid
away all tracets of tile tunlu.brnought
fce-tt-d a perfect cure. " li of
Good whisky shouild be admini
three or four tilm'es during the tw,?i-i
four hours, say every six hours, fur foin.
or live days. For eachn dose, a pint of
whisky and a pint of water put into a
quart bottle and drench.
It is essential that a steady stiunila
tion should Ine kept up by frequenut
drenching for several days.
The remedy is a simple one-not hard
to find, and hence worth a trial.
ONS or rut IlRRORS or BArTLL.-YWo
learn that on Thursday last, two of tlhe
dead bodies of Lincoln's men were found
in the woods in the neighborhood of the
Bethel battle ground, in a state of de
composition. They were traced out by
means of the buzzards hovering over
tihe spot. One of the corpses had in
his haversack a quarter of baked shoat.
It is sulpposced they had crawled away
from the scene of battle after being
wounded, and died on the spot on which
they were discovered. From their uni
forms it is presumed that they were
members of the Zouave regiment.)j
It is said that all along the route from
Bethel to ILampton, a most intolerable
stench prevails, and that from the ap
pearance of the buzzards circling round
about, there must be numbers of putri
fying cat.rasees in the woods.-2Norfldk
Day Bo _ _
A Goon NAnM.-The name of Jackson
seems to be gaining an enviable distine
tion in the present war. First, James
W. Jackson, of Alexandria, Va., slew
Col. Ellsworth for interfering with a
flag, private property, when ke knew
his own death would follow. Second,
Gov. Jackson, of Missouri, has taken a
boll, patridtic stand for the South,
against heavy odds. Third, Mrs. Jack.
son, of Tazewell, drove Andy Johnson,
the traitor, from her hotel, asswring him
that money could not purchase her pro
visions for such a in mgrate. Hurrah
for the Jacksona l--'!7aeUel We Owerr.
ROTH, DEBLIEUX & CO.
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3Boots ad s hooes,
Halrdware, Crecer, laddelry,
Carpets and Matting.
TN STORE always a ine assortmet of C.,r
Spns mihd Mattings, which we ofer at city
prices. Carpets at 30c to $sI 50 per yard-Manl
ting t t 25 to 50e.
sep15 ROTIlI, DEBLIEUX & CO.
100 BBLS. Richardh' Cape Lime;
50 do. Thomston lime.
The above is fresh, and a superior article for
sep5l ROTH, DEBLIEUX . CO.
600 menkey Jackets,
4A't00 PAIRS Keney Pants;
25 bbits. best Lard Oil;
do best bleaeed Whale OiL
SNow in store sd for sal, by
Isep15 DEBLEUX & CO;
, ITE have now is mre or,,.lp ~ntmr t of
Youths and Childromnstekeld dim l frsadn.
afaetories, whichb e cans e ct ow p)ee..
sege ROTi, DEIEUX & CO.
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V styles. Asy me wiehing amtn.'
this line, will lnd it their aI smtStl I
Slad L ssim ** steek.
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