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Variety.-The woman who marries
o~r. money is not overstocked with
?' There are two kind of geniuses-the
:-clever amd the too clever.
.Nothlin& 4Etouched the heart of a
eead that i not come from the heart
is is alchemy in a high heart
wiigh t-ransmutes other things to its
t : men it is indispensable to
b*- money, for without it they
-d be worth* nothing.
,; soe beings only are fit for solitude
who like nobody, are like nobody, and
are liked by nobody.
G~enius lights its own fire, but it is
constantly collecting materials with
which to keep alive the flame.
'The sweet light of friendship is like
the light of phosphorus, seen plainly
when all around is dark.
Ae'not affronted at a jest. If one
throw ~t at thee thou wilt receive no
lmim. unless thou hast sore places.
Lilie. drops of rain brighten the
Ppeadows; and little acts of kindness
'brighten the world.
Mirth 'should be the embroidery of
the conversation, not the web; and with
the ornament of the mind not the furn
Men are frequently like tea-the real
strength and goodness are not properly
drawn out until they have been a short
time n - hot water.
A -young man stated, that at one pe
riod of his life he had been nearly be
trayed into the principles of infidelity;
' but,' he added, 'there is one argument
in favor of Christianity which I could
never refute-the consistent conduct of
my own father.'
We should consider integrity as'of
more weight than oaths; or observe the
purport of what thou promised more
strictly than an oath.
They who respect themselves will be
honored; but they who do not care
about their character, will be despised
Valuable Little Hints-A short nee
die makes the most expedition in plain
Put your ball or reels of cotton into
little bags, leaving the ends out.
One flannel petticoatwill wear nearly
as long as two, if turned hind part be
fore when the front begins to wear
Dirty windows are very reliable tell
tales; they give the character of the
lady of the house with great correct
A leather strap, with a buckle at one
end and tongue holes at the other, is
useful in the house.
There is not anything gained in
economy by having very young and in
experienced servants at low wages.
They break, waste, and destroy more
than an equivalent for higher wages,
setting aside comfort and respectabil
Epitaphs.-Some are curious, some
;are quaint, some are good, some are
foolish, some are true, some are false;
indeed there are all sorts, kinds and
descriptions. The attempts at poetry
in some of thoremn are perfectly excru
elating, as for instance:
"lHero lies my wife hero lies she,
Hero is one very touching, found in
the graveyard adjoining Park street
" here I Ik bereft of breath,
Jiecausce 0 cough carried mn 0of.
Then n collin, tlhey carrild me off in."
.-But, perhaps the following choice
, icription is one of the most interesting
specimenes of cemetory poetry which
our readers have o ver beenu permitted
ON A VIOLENT SCOLD.
noneath thl nlump of clny.
Liesn Arabella Yo'nng
Who on the twenlty-ninth of May
llRgan to hold her tongue.
• Some are very descriptive, showinlg
up most graIphically the kind of d':tth
by whicoh the rcslp'ectod deceased cmme
toe his untimely end, as in the case of a
Pla who was thlrown from :a cnhaise
while riding, and killed on the spot,
" lhcr' I liys
S . KIillhd by charle."
• y An alderman, having glrown elor
-upasly Let while 2 tlice a wng wrote
on his back, "'wildened at.tm the expQ
of thb corporation." .
rv" " Do you soee anything ridicul
ous in this wig!" asked a judge. "Noth
uing but the head," was the reply.
EPIt has beiA decided that the wo
man should fo the ear
nor table, because she
to be a ohelpmcat.
SUPERIOR READY MADE CLOTHING
Bonnet Boxes &o.
I will from this date offer my large assortment of
LINEN GINGHAM. MARSEILLES.
SUMMER CLOTH AND CASSIMERE
COATS, PANTS AND VESTS,
GREATLY REDUCED PRICE'S
Also-WHITE and COLORED LINEN and LINEN
BOSOM SHIRTS, GAUZE MERINO, LYLE
THREAD. ZEPHYR COTTON. CHECK
MUSIJN UNDERSHIRTS; LINEN,
MERINO, SILK and COTTON
Drawers, Half RHose, &c.
I.. Gentlemen, Intending to travel, would do
well to call and examine my large assortment o
Ladles' and Gentlemens'
SOLE LEATHER AND OTIIER TRUNKS.
Et. PITEIN ,
FASHIONABLE CLOTHING EMPORI4WI
Nos. 13 and 15 Camp st.
Frank Roder's Saloon and1Restaurant,
Pistol Gallery and Bath-House,
LAKE END, CARROLL'ON & LAKE RAILROAD.
F RANK RODE IL would respectfully in
form his friends and old customers, and
the public at large in general, that he has
given his establishment, at the Lake End of
the Garrollton and Jefferson Railroad, a thor
ough renovating, is now prepared to receive all
those who may favor hinm with their patronage.
His Bar-room, will be as usual supplied with
the best of Wines and Liquors.
Parties can be accommodated at his Res.
taurant,with all kinds of FISH, CRABS, etc,
which the market affords, and of the best
quality and style.
His Pistol Gallery and Bath House are in
complete order for visitors.
The Road along the Lake Shore from the
Shellroad to his Restaurant, having been put
in complete repairs.
Parties who may wish to take a Buggy ride,
will find it very convenient to.call at his house
as he has the best horse stand on the Lake
Hoping to see his friends and the public,
he will endeavor to give them general s"s
S. W. SLATER,
Book-Binder and Blank Book
No. 23 " No. 23
1rMusic bound in every style-Periodicals
Pamphlets, Magazines and Newspapers bound
Blank Books Ruled and bound to any
Cotton Weighers' and Sugar Brokers' Books
made to order. mnarl4.1y
[ Of London and Paris,
Chronometer and Watch Maker,
No. Si Commercial Place,
The most difficult and Delicate Watch
Making undertaken and promptly executed;
Watches Ompensated and timed, for Astrono
[tITAIl work guaranteod and terms mode.
FR ED'K Alc< l.EN, ED. C(LAREN.
Aicklen & Claren,
WVholesale Dealers mi
NO 94 MAGAZINE ST'REET,
NEARi POYDIRAS STRIET,
oc!t2f Iv New Orlcans.
IR. J. W. ALLEN, D, tC. W. ROBINSON.
I)RS. AIIEN': & ROBINSON
MEG tIANICAL DENTISTS
No. 140 Canal street, near BIourbon,
feb15.l y New Orleans, La.
XM ANI'EL VIIILAIRNOBO,
SUnion Coffee House,
*.D vrISG as r ta rtne -B m l
LI"VI'l; anrd U1AllIISN ST'8.,
nct ]y I "i l' to 'n.
5Al)1)LE ANt) IIAINESS '1 'tilCN,
COi ACIT T" I :, , ElTl: \T,
Ilrlt T AC,. ltll. ll, II N1. lr .., I . ;'
frl:titti ,1: ,f :all kill, ,' ,:,,,t~i . 4 0TLr ' l V hI\ - ,
)'I'LIO AUT'TIIONIERl fIor' t' Parish of JefTfr
- son and thie ('Cties of C':arrollthon: and Jefrst.
II business entrusted to him wl mceetL with Ir·rit
tri eornr C.,ta:l- AxV t and !lamnptxt'.
W OULD respectfully return his
.sinc:re thanks to his friends and
the public in general, for the liberal pa
teonage he has heretofore received at their
hands, and now takes the opportunity of in
forming them that he is prepared as usual to
take measures and furnish any and all kinds of
for med'and youths.
Coats, Pantaloons and Vests,
made at the shortest notice, and on the moe
E'lHe respectfully solicits a continuanc
of the public patrouage. ,-t
Tailor Shop on Levee, between Ca
and Jefferson streets, Carrollton.
Wholesale and Retail Grocer, a
PROVISIONS, WINES, LIQUOR
.'Ifo. 140 POtD
NaAR CARONDiELET STRLT, N
TWTOULD respectfully a
and customers ta J
the Coast, that he f
choice and well ol
Together with a e
Extra and Superfl
LA1.D, PO F AND IIA
Extra fine black and g $ TEAS:
Leaf. Crushed and Drown SUGARlS;
CtIAM'PAGNE and CLAltET,
of the best antd most favorite
All the above artlcls havebeen recentlypl
and selected with the greatest care; and
long experience in Iusltnes- the subscriber fla
himself that he wilie be better able now than h
fore, to give general satisfaction to all those who
be disposed to give hint a call. au
H. P. BUCKLEY,
LATE YOUNG & CO',
No. S CAiVP STREET,
A. N. O GDEN ' J1
ATTORNEY AT 14W.
WILL practicehis professio arish
of Jefferson and tlhe city of eans
Officc-No. G. St. Charler. w Or
J. S. WHIT
Sttiraq ao t sea ,l
Office, No. 6 Exohang,
(Left hand-up stafra.
NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIA
T. S. ELLIOTT,
ttirnt & gE r tsetllor at ia
Residence-near Court House, Ca
0FICE--TexT TO RECORDER'S COURT,
35 Fourth District, em
B. F. SMITH,
No. 3 STORY BUILDING,
Corner of Camp and Common streets. New Orleans$
And 19 Bond street..New York. from June to Nov,
Both offices will be op the entire year.
Vulcanite Sets... ........................... . $1. 0
Plain Sets .............................. ............................ . $100
Single Masticator, from..............................$10 to $30
Gold or Platla Sets, If desired, and all other Ope
tions carefully performed. 1147
Coal! Coal!! ! al!!!
E11iPIRE COAL. YA)D,
C A RROLLT ON.,0
Families cn always be supplied with the best
At Market Prices.
nS ly ANDREW JONES.
C. P. 2ES2Q A.N
1putheraroy oth 0ruggist,
RESPECTFULLY tenders his thanks to
his friends and the public in gene
ral, for the liberal patronage heretofore
bestowed upon him, and begs a contin
unnce of the same. lie continues to keep
~ constantly on hand a genetal assortment
of Fresh DRUGS, MEIECINES, CIIErII
cALS, P,.FU.1ERY, &c., &C., alSO tlhe
following articles, to wit :
Bliss Dispeptic Remedy,
llAS TIlE LAIR-EST SALE 01" ANY MIEDICINE
IN TUE WORLD.
Cure ,Varranted.-Pricc, $2 per Bottle.
That Great Renmedy,
So~veeign and Unrivalled Remedy,
For Gonorrhwa andt Gleet,
Price, $2 per Iottle.
The best Cure for
Pric, $1 per Bottle.
DR. D. IF'AYNES'
Reecivcd direct from
C. .P IIE~Dm1 AN, Druggist,
On Levee sticet, between*'Canbrdnne and
Madtison stiets, ('arrollton. (oo!rPly
"TII~~i1A.IM 'T TIlNS--l',ac.
tical \Watc h.maker, No. D"-'
J . lr .aw No ,I 1 I:x.',ttne
A'llo . l19
(: INIr: !, C(~LE,:cTI ,,GN',c
P RolNIPT nttce nti4m, civel ¶titfy'f Lan; f i ;
the cli ll' ,'tiin ,f :Salaries of Judts,.)s
trict Attor'l ys, ett
'. ri-h " , a .n-n cau r,',s ,, t:e amoStl of
qarntAl.V ulnnati, ttut otf l , a 'chooi- l:
• ,..: , .;,',..,:
WITH GOLD PENS ATTACIIED,
A GOLD PENCIL with Gold Pen Attached,
PFOR VE DOLARS !
A M toeao 'PURCHASER
.ydars' profitableb i erience in
mpde of disposing lo ur JEW
rWnm the universal faction
we patronized our use, we
* that we now consider our
FAIRLY ' MANENTLY established.
wish it that this is no LOTTERY,
} fair and e, in which each pur
er gets hbis or her mopey in a
t be bought tail
rice; and in
re unm, L6 et
Pencil S4 Pen,
Ai es suitable :for
Ladies and G(
ENT ''L M AND SILVER
ATCi"TT AN GUARD
CHAIN E ý3UTNS,
Gold Shirt 9tu . Gold
Scarf Pins-new ornia
to, ame, rnet lawi Breast P
B, o racelets, eGo d Sleeve But
id Slid Gold Rings, etc., etc.
so-liano|sj1elodeons, Musical i3o~s, A
, etc.,etc. ' .
_ep#tlonnable erences given wbdVer
Ssending y'nr names, write the
d Town plainly, so as to avoid
S- ANGLE : & CO.,
street, (Old No.) New York.
8 M. EDNEY
in y Cofntaissioýý ýýebahanlt,
AND DEALER .IN
L, Melodeons, Pumps, Safes, Sewing
* Machines, &c.
f "Cherokee, Physician." "Clhronology o
ern Bishops," "llickory Nut Falls,' &c.
mbers-street, New York.
Buys every kind of Mlerchandise
Directly from Jobbers, Importers, Manufacturers,
and Wholesale Dealers, (either for Cash or on
time,) on the best possible terms.
Commission for Buying & Forwarding, 2:3 per ccnt,
Wilson G. hunt & Co. I. S. Foster, D. D. Ev
S"NeW.York. anston, Ill.
Ross, Falconer & Co. J. M. Jordan £ Co. Chi
New York. cago, Ill.
MIllus, Courier & Sher- IS. B rwin, Esq. Wash
wood, New-York. I ington, D. C. ;
Cook, i)owd, Baker &I D. 1). T' Moore, Esq.,
('o. New York. I ochestir, N. Y. -
FnrIanu Davis & Co. N.I W. M. Wightman. D. ID
York. Spartinsburg, S. C.
A. T. Bruce & Co. New Rev. C. C. Gillespio, N.
York. Orleans, La.
A. Ii. Gale & Co. New .olhn W. Stay, Esquire,
York. Chr'teston, $. C.
McPlheeters. Ohesellita, ion. I.F. l'irry, Green
Norfolk, Va. uillo, S. C.
Odom & Clements, Nor- lion. W. A. Graham,
folk, Va. lilleboro', N. C.
lion. John BaxtbiKno. Hlen, Chas. Manly, Ra
ville., 'Tenun. ..igh N C.
Rev. W. (:. firownlow, IIou. .1. W. Ellis, Ra
Klno)xville; Tenn. * leigh, N: C.
IIon. Thos. L. Jones lion I). . L. Swain, Chap
Newport, Ky. "1 Hill, N. C. "
Browns& MNcIllarr,Wuas Chi:s. F'. 1 I),ed, D. I).
ingtln, 'Tlxas. 'ilson, N. C.
W. & D. Richardson, Gal C . IP. Mtendlnhall., Gr'ns
veston, Texas. born, N. C.
D. Ayres, Esq., Galves Dr. J. E. l'ant, Macon,
ton, Texas. Miss.
D. It. MeAnally, D. D. Mivnts £ Toler, Mlariop,
St. Louis, Mo. la.
WY. Ii. Crooks, Esq., 'hihladlpllih, P'a.
, Livery Stable. ...
TIlE undersigned respectfully returns his
:linnks to his friends and
the ipublic generally, for tihe lib- )
cral patronage he has heretofore
reccived at their hands, and takes the oppo.
turllty df informing his old Ccustomers; and the
travelling public in, general, that hlie will keep
on h1ild constantly for hi~,
u Carts, etc,,
at his Livery Stablle n i4e1· street, be
tween IIampson an , City
Ilorses and TlugCl age by the
lIe respectfilly solicitspe nrc of thl
.1 a7 ros l ti , 'ti, , .'-ti. 1.'. . Ir -
Vr.st ,o stt'5~, r m.. _ 1 , " - i t
trI Isis 'are. o ' "
rl '~ Orel ~bIe tI'.u
orlfcc and r,' s;,, ,,' -t; t ,'
G BOESE, (late BoIss & SBROWDIR,) earner of
Levee and Lconidas streets, Carrollton, having
greatly enlarged and improved his establishment,
would respectfully inform his friends and the public
generally, that he is now receiving a large and well
assorted stock of all verities of Goods, such as:
HA RD WARE,
S0CLOT.ItNq . _
SHA TSg t S,
BOO SHIOES, PAINTS, o BY ,e.
A f- all kinds; all of whh at!Eq r
ed for sale a very lotrprices, with full guMrest. as
He therfemr invites all persons to call sed e*s
mine for themselves.
(Late B. & S.) Successors to P. Flaiter.
Carrollton, August, 1857. aoS-t
WE DERLIN HERRLE,
C , of'Second and Jefferson streets
" THOLESA LE
Y ýand Retail dealer in
EziRs, Liquors, Wines, Glass, China,
rn, Wooden, Willow and Hardware.
S.ancy and Staple
A large assortment of feed, consisting of
All of which is offered at the lowest GCity
Calrollton, February II, 1860. ly
Family Grocery and Variety Store.
CORNER OF LEVEE AND JACKSON STREETS. CARROLLTONs
W OULD most respectfully inform his former cu
tomers andt he community at large, that lie h
now on hanand and is daily receiving regular supplie
of all the articles usually kept in a well assorted
general Store: consisting of
Of the very best quality-such as
SUGAR, SPICES, &Jc.
1IAMS, LARD, BUTTER & C1EESE,
Of" the ntrst approved brands.
HATS, CAPSI', OOTS, SHOES,
Aid CLOTHING, isn great variety;
Also-Feed of all kinds
HIA Y, CORN, OATS, IIRAN, &c. &c.
All of which are offered for sale at very moderate
prices and on liberal terms.
- lie invites the attention of the community
to his ,,resent stock.
Carr llton, 1SST. n5-1y
The public ire respectfully invited to examine and
witIcns in opteration,
THE "TOIIIURST" PATENT
The undlersignel, possessing the sole right of
disposing of the above Machines throughout the
parishes of Jefferson and St. Charles, prefers giving
a practical demonstrationi of their superior Imerits,
rather than extolling them over every other apit
ratus used l heritoire for tlhe purplose of washing.
No one having witnssed the Machine in operation,
having faile i, o order ore of theli.
The P'roprie or invites parties to bring with th.em
sonic pieces of sileld wearing l.apparel or other arti
cl's, :osl he) will take pleasire in washing thetm itl
their presence, tllhereby showing thenm the supel.rior
qualities o; the Machimne-otn also the eas altnd ft
-clity with which the service is performed with but
a small amoulnt of labsor.
S. PI''RSELL, lroprietor.
fe25--4f9 Cor. tRn'('oId & D)ulin sts., Carrollton.
GENERAL GROCERY STORE.
North-swest corner of DUali/ and Second Sts.,
CITY OF CAIRROLLTON,
OROCEIlIES,. DltY GOODS
PElt UM :IlY : ltsI I 'rs AND S110 ;
CROCIKERY IlAlID, TIN, WOODEN
AND WILI.l)W WAtRE;
IIAY, CORN, OATS ANDS BRAN;
LIME, SAND AND CIIAIRCOAL;
Thei articles n han., atie too nullnerols to lntllonl
Il ,litatl, ttherefore the tltic isi respectfully Invlitel
to exluntie my stock, caretully selected by mi)ysell
anld ottered at the
LOWIEST CASII PRICES I
Every article g.ltira\nti.,d as riplresntedl. or they lmay.
be returned. Orders lillcd promptly alid carefully.
NEIV " /OCE" i Y STORE,
Leveo street, brtween (:anbronne and Jeffiersortl
streets. 'ity itf (J;rrollton.
F R EDE IR IU h HI E ERMA N,
Would olist rIp.e)('tfully inform his friends, nund
tlihe connltilly Is lnr'illv. that ieo has nnow ri'ni
men0Ced li ti( lellvry btlsiness at i le above locationl
and thel Ili ,ick on hand connlsts of a very
S iUP'ElRI(t) lUAlITY, AND ALL FIRlIhsr.
ltIshveo hlnd every var-iey of fine (iroceris,
Liquors. 1Yins,. Loar'i/. Tlutter, Sa.%rr, Coffe,,, Ten,
ChCIosy, Crockiry. WiVoslenllware. &e., &c., with al
mos~ every otllher article ieo he oriainedi in a
(-FINPIE (;t I(OCI.tlY S'TORIE,A
Al hr wlhich ar, ofiered to the public at the most
The ptblic arc' Invited to call and satisfy them.
ri -Iwl F. IIEEIRMAN.
J. iJ( )1 )GE,
o/fce-Jt nuse an? lIoulrding-hius e K(eepcr,
(lormerly Brunks' Hiouse)
corner If Levee nlld ('anmlronne strccts, city
Ice! Ice!! Ice!!!
1ir. ., il ItN, : v,,uhld miost resllec.fuly
i i i, /, I ur" llton min l the piile
S I keep costlonlltly (ioI
i I I.E), duIring the slllnlllllnr
tv their orders for Ice at the
( a :-, ,,. , will have tlhen prolliptly
.1:;<,:v t, ! ,- tablishnctl lie also keepsa
SODA & MIEAD SALOON,
t whih I i.lriably lie founl a cihoice
:ir:is iI (- onfirtlunnerv, Fruits, Nlls, tiC.
Th," , itzen throughout this City and the
,, 'v -0iin ill-y re invited to lavor lthe
Sr: I i i tueir patronagc, which ahaBl
,I ."ly ,uil J n lctually attentilcd to.
JI I; ODGE.