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Sudu Or u -Ii tihe Spredeoort on Monday
'eaetdoe was radere•d:
Tile tate of Loiulana, ve. the Judge of the
Seveath l.abet Co0rv o~ the Parih of Eut FeUlol
sea. JhaeDell, pytg totr a writ of mandamus.
I.p e U. Apeld from the Seventh Distrlot Court
itd lli Slldeaa. Pltluon for ladamsu dlmlssd
ai . lwSew the appIlemat
TuInbmupvr. $um m.-The principal mrbas
Bar o p (rlea, he ddre meda letter
b t L ýi, el4d4tinalalded lawyer orf Alex o
N d Serli, sellobtleg him to become a oan
for tlatete ofl the 8upreme Court.
Apgp 9( Um ip of Baton Rouge, have made
a dml nua of J. M. Bte of that place.
$ a(Q-;or lpelow, *ad ]T.xerrk ,
a kso be namd In their re
Thee. .,JJb.1, of hIe rib ot Point Coupe., is
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p.ý'hsuhtivape Dqiom i mik.e the estimate
Y4-w .!gplr of 10,000 bWWI of eotbo.,
#1ýIpm atm Ai at louepolate p the Red
. ; dinml of peuulonesw bee .nmttd
.3%r a4- .Wffiib" broaH to conviston. eIgb
tar indiuidual, obarg.Iw*l$ btr ols lim against
1 govsartMa fo P leadus ad Bounty Lend
.3s. Tie att ou ilotion, was tat of A. B. Gre
buan, 0 Boobaag, Naw York. He wes mtenued
to awes !sre awteosmaut in the penlitmtlary.
9po90 Alwnoa.-The Port'Oibson (ims.) Herald of
(m'e $, ogmmeate on the drouth sad scareity of
ptsle.i6a, and takes the opportunlty of giving some
s(bI and well digested ctht for the consideration
of the pleats. t etract from the article the fbl
In some parts of the South, the people are actual
1W isarvltg they hve no teead and no money to buy
any; prov.ioradf all kinds are rising with fearful
rapidity, and the prospect bdwejn this time and
harvest Is gloomy indeed. And why is this? Why
is the sott, whigo is truly called the garden of this
ltuntry, thue to short of this staff of life,. The last
season was propitio.-the erops were good. It is
heas-e our plinters,'nthbeir Immoderate seal to so
aeulate wealth, have turned all their attention to
the rallnag of cotton; that more than one in ten rals
e seolent provisions to last him through the year,
tr.tigr to the sale of his cotton to furnish the
ames, and to other seotions to furnish his provisi
eri; asLd If his rop fails, and the market from which
e obtaelas hi supplies fails also, whbeb to a great
extent happsed last year, dire distress falls on him,
and the aeoululations of years are swept rapidly
away. This course is entirely wrong and shoul4 be
Immediately changed. Every planter should make it
a point o rise his own irovillons and some to sell.
'YT OCwtox BuoxwSoBoomarry-Thse socety was
elMly orgaised on Tueday evenlng. A Conasitu
tion sad Bylaws were adopted, and the following
oaeers elsetedv Mrs. Z. 8. Lyon., President, Mrs. F.
ardesty, le President; Miss Bythella Raynes, 8ee
.eary; Mrs. DSber, Treasurer; Mrs. 0. A. Neafus, Li.
.h.rlna; Mr. Bernhard Moses, Musical Director: and
0. Roeaberger, VoOal leader. The obJlet of the
So.b.ty, i the prabtieeand performance of vocal and
Ia(nmeUtl musuic, by those who understand music.
bse meetlas are held every Tuesday evennlg, at
J piled Hall. We hopetwillimbueour townfolks
with a love for really good music.
1 ot be done. their
st aI foot plna to govem the country, not In obs
ltheeto public opinion, underthe law, bt by man
egemeta, Ieasny nd deceptoil ndependent of t.
They are Neeklnlg ieob atloa, unoder pretence of
re-.lrming the evasll o pIgn emigraionl, audath.'
oil Inkence o In (i eountry, I edibot by ndireit
me0it, Wtalieths ~a roy I f1well, they ever
men a eon l dr,usrly, and op~ ap# edlon,
at the ber of pabie esretiy. In volation of the
phanest provadseaMof teOeatt!lMon, ndtholear
eat lataltof nreaon,jatiee, a m ug natlonul pol.
ly, toieth to ograde our at lied oitisenes
eta'aooost their plan of birth, and to difran
obles o te obe probes the Cathollo hith on ccouont
of their rligion.
Our alueat goverrment is framed by' he people
being united In their istae epeotles, dnder a writ
ten eonstlttules, ereatlg it, end defanig the extent
of its powers. All this open to the world. It
wa estabulhiltyrpn eplaiOe upon thfl inaelga
ties l the meet r ptlebp(8d, ead elaborate die
edob of i 't vasarlus "p libos. A sonnd putlo
itnobabed a vo W, , th, a Indmraltyltoone
e b atltsr int never wee intended
.itsbal r bb i tbe nl ld . say other Wa. It
o ese ta bep pi ltap ei wthout tfe whole
The KnowNthings are seeklng to unite, by a me
oret polteieel meebleery, thi sine people, sucob a
way as to nattrasee publi oplnion enad thereby so
complish ends, not of the mejority of the people,
beuf the ambitions fw, who have oontrol of the
ooaenlled are seeking to gain place and power for
themselves, regardles of the means, by which it
is to be obtained, or th.danger to whieb the conn
4ty may be exposed. They aow fell well that If the
people are left free and untraaelled In the exercise
of the eleetivdhanoble, a the constitution and laws
provide bly thal be, their chanoe of sucess In ar
rying ont their plas -will be hopeles. They can
Under Whir proeises, and speelos arguments, mse
ny uasespectlng eltlsese, have been Induced to join
the know nothings, thinking they were doing a good
thing. Having gone In, they have beard but one
side, and are probably conirmed in their first im
prmelbas, whereas If they could have had an oppor
talnty to ar both the sides, upon the question, they
would apd s. t dihrently. To sign away un
der . ir birth right, the right to vote as free
not comprehend as Intended by those
whb to entrap them, or meant by themselves.
No any who are the most active and eselons
in g others into the lodges, are, laborinlg
under the rad delesion, and would argue strenuons
ly that sach was not the ahot,, yet it is nevertheless
true. The very design and tendency of KnowNoth
ngism is to transfer the political power of the mass
es, into the hands of an irresponsible few, who con
trol the know nothing organisation. It blnds under
solemn obligation, those whojoln, to perpetual secre
oy, no matter how treasonable may be the measures
proposed. Nothing is ever to be divulged, not even
the name of the order.
Let us look Into Its machinery. It has set up a
government of its own, within our government, and
Independent of it. It bas a Constitution and laws;
oioere, legislative. executive, and judicial. . It pre
scribes penalties, tries offenoes, and Inflicts punish
ments. It has power even to try its own members.
It has a grand council, for the Union, a subordinate
councll in each state and territory, and lodges, in
every coquty, village and neighborhood, throughout
the United States. The lodges work under dispen
milon from the state councils, and the state councils
under dispensation from the "Grand Council of
North America," In regular gradation. With the
grand council resides suprene power, and the com
maeds and orders, are mperative upon all the mem
bers, lodges, nd counoils, throughout the union.
Measures of Government, of the gravest charao
ter, will be projected in seeret by the absolute au
thority of this grand .council, carried into effect
without ever being discussed in public, or approved
by the people, should their attempt to get hojd of the
reins of the government prove successful. It will
soon draw to itself all the powers of the state, and
the people will be, but mere Instruments in their
bands to register Its edicts. This is no idle dream,
a fair deduction, drawn from a careful examination'
of the know nothing constitution, oaths, and ritual
recently published in Virginia, and which Is admit
ted to be genuine. People of Louisiana, are you
willing that such a result shall be brought about
with your consent? Are you willing to supersede
the best government ever devised by man, for an In
visible, Irresponsible oligarobhy God forbid.
We hear no talk of Whigs, or the Whig party since
the know nothings made their advent in our midst.
Presto change has been their watchword, and chang
ed they have, until scarcely one is found bold and
brave enough to avow the name. The Whig party,
politicians, and presses, have all gone over in a body
to know nothingism. Scarcely one of those who
fought, bled, and died, for whiggery In days gone by,
are left to tell the mournful tale. We remember
well when the National Republican party, in the same
manner changed their name to Whig. They then set
up to be the Whig party of Revolutionary memory,
and in derision called the Democratic the tory party.
Although they changed their name, and assumed one
hallowed in the history of this country, yet we knew
they were the same. We knew they had changed
their name, but not their principles. They have done
the same thing now. The know nothing party is
made up of whigs, with a few democrats. The veil
is too thin not to be seen through. Their object is
too apparent, not to be known. To divide and break
down the democratic party was their aim, when they
changed from Federalists to National Republicans
from National Republicansto Whigs, and now from
Whig to Know Nothings. Such tricks may succeed
for a while, but the party that resorts to them will
never prosper, mark the prediction.
There bas been publio rjololoig by the Democracy,
In nearly all of the large oities of the Union, over
the present victory In Virginia.
Te Know P g pIt7n Wshnagton Oity are
exemplifling lir dootv e of proqilption, andta
tolerane, by iColuadng ~ but their pwn order hrom
actqin oolommissieoners of election in some of the
wsdn4 that eity. They have also reftwed to penr
it 9ne or two persons of both parties to be present
ebiha .e dtes are to be counted, although request
edso to do. Can such in.stice long prosper in a
free countryt Will not such proceedings tadto the
wat eousequeaseen. This party oppose gven the
h dmom of speech if we are to Judge from their re
aetaonduot towards the Hon. Henry A. Wise, whom
they insulted and prevented speakdng, as the same
party had done towards the Hon. Mr. Florence, in the
same city some monthspast, and towards the Hon.
Stephen A. Douglas, in Chicago daring last year.
No wonder such a party keeps every thing secret.-
Will not sobh conduct open the eyes of the people?
In order to protect their own rights, and prevent
hfrad, the anti-Know Nothing party of Washington
have adopted the followitng resolutions, in one of the
largest meetinge ever held in that city:
Whereas, the Know-nothlng councils of this clty
having elected for some of the wards boards of elec
ao n commissloners, all of whom are members of an
oath boud seret political association, refusing to
those oppoed to them the right and courtesy of a
epre"ntion in those b , which was never be
ore done in thisc emmniltyt and whereas, the Know
nothinglower solunil iforeitd have refused to pas
a resolution requesting the said election boards to
permit one or two unoaolal pereons of both parties
to remain in the room while theymay be canvrasing
the ballots, whioh privilege has always heretofore
been conceded in every ward of Washington-be it
Resoled, by this meting of the anti-know-nothing
party of this sty, That tall who vote for the anti
know-nothing esadidates in the munloipal eleetion
on Monday nextbe requested to show the tickets they
vote, and give their names to be recorded by the
anti-konw-nothio talesums, to be stationed at each
poll in this city; thls coarse being deemed necessary
by this meeting to gur the rights of the anti-know
nothing voters of rlhngton against the possible
Vmonra.-The latest omaial returns from this
State, according to the Richmond Despatch of the
80th are from 124 countes:
Wise, ........................... 21,184
Flournoy, ....................... 11,585
Wise's majority, 9~49.
Pierce's majorities in the remaining counties was
A telegraphic dispatch of the 5th last confirms the
election of the entire Cngresilonal delegation.
There Ie an increased Democratic majority in the
fl`"The late editor of the Fellciana Whig, now
one of the editors of the "American Patriot" says
that the former paper isdead, " that he had closed
its eyes." He might hwe done this twelve months
ago, as it beoame a" Keow Nothing" organ about
that time. Know Nothing papers have become too
thiok to thrive In this parish, and hence the Felici
ana Whig. and Americm Patriot have become one.
We congratulate the party and trust they may have
a pleasant time of it.
lAr.rrAx June 5, 1865.-The Canard steamship
Africa, Capt Harrison, from Liverpool, on the 26th
of May, her regular day of sailing, arrived at this
port, this afternoon, with one week's later Intelli
gence from Europe. The Africa, was off this port
nearly all day yesterday in a dense fog. The com
mercial accounts by the Africa are of marked Im
portance as will be seen by the annexed summary:
LivEaroor. CorroN MARKGT.--Messrs. Milligan, 1
Evans and Co. quote extraordinary sales of cotton
through the week ending 25th ultimo, in consequence
of an active speculative and export demand. The
sales are reported at the unprecedented figure of
153,000 bales, including 75,000 bales to speculators, I
and 7000 bales to exporters.
Prices of all qualities of American had advanced
-the lower and middling grades to the amount of t
one farthing, and fair quantities one-eighth of a.
penny per pound.
The following are the closing quotations of Fri
day: Fair Orleans 61 pence, middling Orleans 6
pence, fair uplands, 6 3-8 pence, and middling uplands
4 15-16 and 6 pence per pound.
The market closed steady on Friday; with sales of
15,000 bales, of which 7500 were to speculators.
On Saturday the 26th ult., the estimated sales of
Cotton were 20,000 bales, the market closing buoy,
Tea CRIMEA.-Accounts from the Crimea present I
no change of importance in the condition of affirs.
The seige was being carried on as usual.
The appointment of General Pellisslier to the com
mand of the French army, Is said to be very popu
The announcement is made that he contemplates
an attack upon the Russians in the field. Desperate
engagements occurred almost nightly before Sevas
topol, heavy losses being incurred on both sides
The Allies have now over two hundred thousand
men in the Crimea.
It is reported that Omar Pacha promises to take
and hold Simpheropol, if the French will protect his
A secret expedition is said to be preparing by the
Allies in the Crimea.
The very latest news from the Crimea, is to the
affect that a desperate engagement had taken place
before the flagstaff batters. The French took and
destroyed the Russian works.
It was reported that the bombardment would re
commence on Monday the 28th ult.
Tue CoNCRRENsc.-It is now positively stated that
the Vienna Conferences are to be reopened.
P~acR PROPOSITIosN.-It is stated that the project
of Austria leaves Russia and Turkey to settle be
tween themselves the number of ships each shall
have in the Black Sea. France and England have
GReAT BRITAIN.--Mr. Disraeli's motion of want of
confidence in the Ministry on the subject of war was,
after a spicy debate in Parliament, lost by a major
Ity of 100 for the government.
a It is expected that by the 20th of June, that every
available soldier in Great Britain will have been em.
barked for the Crimea.
Parliament had taken a recess until June 4th.
IMARRIAGE ETAoRDINAYol.-Tom Thumb, the cel.
ebrated little great man, was married lately'to a
Mie Vlnton., of Bridgeport Ct.
TWI NSW 8T.SA FITtoAB Yýl.OSlln. nu-in-Chlef.
artle, United States ary, he ju rt.urned to
Wasubngtgn, from a toutrof loSeotion of the steam
machine work 'in progreen for all these steamurs.
He reports everythiag going on as well sad as rap
Idly as can be wished. The Morrimao, being built
at Boston, will be ready for sea as early as the last of
September. The Minnesota, being built in the Wash
Ington navy yard, will be the next one inishebod.
KArslr E Luortox.-The pro-eslavery ticket In the
Leavenworth District has been again elected-the
remilt is the same in every other dstrie. The elecd
tion was to 811 vacanoles in the Territorial Legisla
tare, the electlon in some of the distriota having
been deoleed null by Gov. Reeder on account of
supposed . t ormalitie .
Kxow Nosntwo Covarrrox.-r' e National Coan
vention of the Amerlcan party eeombled at Phila
delphia, June 5, and was attended by two hundred
and ten delegate. We have as yet no inkling of the
ILLStJ.TRTIO Or A PRWTKoILOIUAU LAOC.-I -morti
icatlon is a sign of death, the Know Nothings must
be very dead; for a more mottifed set of fellows
since te Virginia election, we never saw.-Owrier
Thbe Interments In the ,wioua oemeterles of
New Orleans, for the week ending on Sunday the id
Iast. was 504, Of this number, 287 are reported as
having died of cholera.
JiThbe Shreveport Democrat gives a very favor.
able report of the growing cotton. The planters,
the Democrat rays, are in high hopes of the largePt
crop. ever made in that part of the country.
For the Benefit of the Fire Department,
THE Shakperean Society of Clinton will
TUIESDAY Evening, June 36, 1855,
for the Benefit of the Fire Department, the
beautiful play of
EVADNE or the HALL OF STATUES.
Cast with e entire strength or the Thespian Com
pany, with new scenery, costumes. &c.
King of Naples............ S. H, Butler,
Ludovico, his Prime Minister,. J..K. Kedslie,
Colonna ............... J, Young,
Vicentio, ................. H. A. Nichols,
Spalatro, ................ J. Sumner,
Evadne.............. Mrs. H. Nichols,
Olivia, ............... Miss Nichols.
Guards, Pages, Courtiers, &c.
Stage Manager, H. A. Nichols.
Act 1. Scene 1.-Palace of the King of Naples
Act 2, Scene 1.-Room in the King's Palace.
2.- " " Colonna's Palace.
Act 3. Scene 1.-Street in Naples.
Act 4. Scene 1.-Bay and view of Naples.
Act 3. Scene 1.-Vast Hall in Colonna's Pa
lace filled with statues. Grand tableaux.
IB'Tickets can be procured from any of the
committee. je 9
Gold Mine Discovered in Clinton.
COME AND SEE!
DIRECT FROM HEADQUARTERS!
NAUMAN & STRAUSS,
D EALERS in Fine Watches, Jew
elry, Books, Stationery, and Funcy
invite the attention of the people of Clinton,
and vicinity, and the ladies especially ,to their
new and well selected stock of goods.
WArrcns, JEWELRY, &c. comprising T. T.
Cooper, Tobias, and real Joseph Johnson
movements; Swiss and English Levers, to
gether with a splendid stock of Eastern
JEWELRY, of the latest style and best finish,
SILVER & PLATED WARE, all descriptions.
ToIrre ARTIcLrs; Perfumery, Hair Oil, Po
matum, Fancy Soap alid Extracts, direct from
WoRIs Boxes, Port Monnaies, Fine Pocket,
CARD cAses; silver, pearl, and shell.
RAzoRs a KNiv's, Rogers' best brand.
BooKS, consisting of standard and miscella
ScuooL Books, recommended for their high
and instructive character.
PopEs, of American and British authors.
Nove.ls, latest and best published, with a
great variety of other interesting reading.
Musir; a line lot of sheet music, embracing
pieces from the most gifted composers..
We have suitable arrangements to procure
books, so that orders left with us will be
aI-Watches and Jewelry carefully repair
ed by the best of workmen, and warrnated.
We solicit a share of the public patronage,
feeling convinced we shall be able to give en
,.SAll articles sold, warranted as repre
sented, or the money refunded.
iPiSign of the BIG WATCH, east of the
Public Square, opposite the Post Office,.
je 9 NAUMAN & STRAUSS.
I HAVE engaged a competent work
man, and will personally see that all
wood work done by me is properly iron
ed. All orders for Blacksmith work will be
promptly attended to and faithfully executed.
BeUoIEs, on hand and for sale.
je 9 RICHARD RIGBY.
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION.
T HE Law Partnership heretofore existing
between James Welsh and J. B. Samford'
is this day dissolved by consent of parties.
Clinton, June the 7th, 1855.
je 9 WELSH & SAMFORD.
JUST recolved, a line lot of Drawing and Blotting
IPaper: NAUMAN & STRAUSS.
CILVER SPOONS, tea and table, just received by
Sk je 0 NAUMAN & STRAUSS.
NEW ADYE R SEMENTS.
JAMF B. MFORD,
Attorney and .Colusallor at Law,
WTrILL attend to any profeslonal buslnoMa n
ed to him in a.it and West oFeldiati
faton Rouge, and St. Ielena Parishem. J
TOR BALE, by tho subscrlber, the cele (}V
ger Brandy, an excellent stomachlq, pM
eons aeioted with the 1Dyspepsla, it ilnnval .r.
DESIRABLE TOWN RESIDENCE
,i Y FAMILY RESIDENCE in theo
III of Clinton, in which I am now living,,
cluding the entire premises, lot, dwelling 8
kitchen, store-rooms, carriage houses,
cribs, and flower and kitchen gardens,
all other appurtenances necessary and eon
ent for a comfortable family residence. *
The lot is situated just near enoughk.r.1
public square to be beth donvenieat' bild
tired; measures seventy-five feet front by thsP
hundred back, bounded on the east, nortjh
south by a public street, and o tpq qpt by
the residence of D. C. Hardee, sr.
The dwelling house is two' stbties higb,
large and airy, raised several feet off o'
ground, to admit the free passage of air uu4Q.
ncath. It contains eight large roonm, ,f
above, and four below; four measures eigh~
feet square, and four are seventeen by eighth
There are also two large halls, one above
one below stairs. Also two balconies,
the upper story, one in front, the other Ii
rear of the house, with a piazza on the lower
story, fronting the street.
This house was built for a family residence,
and every attention was paid to the construo.
tion of every portionof it, with a view to Bean
ty of structure, comfort and health. No re*
dence can be found in the Parish surpassingE
in these particulars.
The kitchen is large and commodious, con
taining four extra rooms.
There is a most excellent well on the prem
ises, affording water in good quantities, amp
sufficient for all family purposes.
The entire establishmept built in the fall of
1858, is entirely new and in an admirable state
I will also sell all my kitchen and household
furniture, comprising: sofas, chairs, tables, win
dow curtains, of fine quality, selected for my
own use, &c. &c., on the most reasonable terms,
and in lots to suit the purchaser.
The house and fixtures are insured to the 7th
of May, 1856. The purchaser will have t
benefit of the insurance. A. LEVI.
For further particulars inquire at the store of
je9 A. LEVI, BLOOM, & CO.
HASION: AND FAMINE, by Mrs. Ste.
Maimmon, or the hardships of an Heiress, by
Asace Aguilar's works,
Pidige Doings, by Ike Marvel,
Botany of the southern states, by Darby,
Kame's elements of criticism,
Life of Sam. Houston,
Odd Fellows manual, do Offering.
je 9 NAUMAN & STRAUSS.
laddle, Bridle, and Harness Manulaetuor
04 S. LOOMIS,
North side of the Public Square. -
WVOULD respectfully inform his patrons and
the public in general, that he has just re
ceived a large and well selected assortment of
LEATHER, HARDWARE, &c.c
suitable for the manufacture of any and every
article that may be wanted ot called for in l4
line of business: viz.
SADDLES, BRIDLES, HARNESS, &e.
His stock of Leather has been selected with
great care, and is of the best quality.
The Saddlery Hardware is direct from New
York, and is of the latest style and patter4.,
Wish competent and experienced workmen
to manufacture this material, he hopes to give
perfect satifaction, and will warrant all work,
both as to quality and execution.
Ji CALL AND EXAMINE. )
I can furnish planters with a superior arte
dle of leather for sewing gin bands.
N. B. All open accounts must be settled
on the 1st of November. je 9
5. II. IUTLrER. N. LAROON.
BUTLER k LAROOM,
PLAIN AND FANCY PAINTERS.'
SAlRItIAGE, HOUSE, & SIGN Painting,
SGraining and Gilding, Glazing, Transpa.
rent Curtalins, Ornamental Painting, Masa. o
and Odd Fellow's Banners, and all kinds df
plain and fancy work, done in the neatest and
most durable manner, and shortest notice.
They will sell all colors of paint in small
quantities, ready for use for the accommodation
of those wbo prefer using it themselves.
Store, first door east of B. Lyons. JeS
T IIE undersigned has the following varieties of the
most dellcious syrups, viz.
VANILLA, OR.NUE, LEMON, GINGER, BA, -
PA IEAR, .er. aec.
which he offers at a lower rate than any other hou6,
and in quantities to sulike buyer.
je 2 WA. GURNEY.
(1ALL on the underoigned, for a mild and most
J pleasant iced beverage. WM. GURNEY.
GROCERIES & i ROVISION.S
ON hand, and for sale, a. thl assortment of Groce
ries and I'rovliionl, which will bh sold low, for
Cash. WM. GURNEY,
WINES, CORDIALS, & LIQUORS.
CALL and examine the subscriber's stock of Wines,
V Cordials, and Liquors. WM. GURNEY.
"TlI IIALI,, J.jst received and for sale by
T A ,LANOWORTHY & TIL ON.