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ut efitinrr !entocat,
CLINtoN Oct. I9 1955.
At a meeting of the Clinton Protection Fire
Company, Messrs. Nbafus, Poole and Bceeche
no, were appointed a committee to draft reso
Intions, relative to the death of our late fellow
Fireman and 1st Engineer, Jaries Stephenson,
the following were reported and unanimously
Wasnsas, it has pleased Almighty God in the
dispensation of his all-wise providence, to
remove from earth our beloved fellow fire
man, James Stephenson, whose noble qual
ities, unassuming manners, and courteous do
portmenu has won our highest esteem.
Resolved, That in his death, the Clinton
Protection Fire company has sustained a soe
vere and heavy loss, dl that it is deprived of
a true and sincere friund, and society of a bright
and useful ornament.
Resolved, That whilst we bow with humble
reverence to this sad dispensation of a right
eous God, yet in the death of James Stephen
son, we have truly lost a Brother.
ltcesolveld, That whilst living he reflected cred
it upon ius as Ia company, dead, we will respect,
houor, and cherish his memory.
Resolved, Thuit we tender to his bereaved
relatives and 11il those to whom he was dear,
our deep, and heartfelt sympathy, and may
they tird solace in Him who alone can cure
the wounlded spirit.
slIgued] T. II. W. BAYNARD, Secretary.
CLIusTon La., Oct. 19, 1865.
At a meeting of the Clinton Protection Fire
Company, Messrs. ,Neafus, Poole and Beeche
no, were appointed as a committee to draw up
resoiutions relative to the death of our late
lamented brother fireman, and second Engine r,
Mr. Allan o:m Eggleston. The following were re
ported and unanimously adopted.
WzaE.%sP, it has'pleased Almighty God in the
mysterious dispensation of his righteous
will to remove from this life, as we hope,
to a better, a beloved friend and fellow fire
T.iat in the death of Allanson Eggleston we
miouru one whos kilidness of disposition, de
votedness to thel interests of that company,
imnly" deportment, and correctness of charue
ter, commnatnder the esteeml, and won the af
fection of all with whom lihe came in contact.
Tlht, in his death, our compamny has susntain
cdi a very severe loss, that we lost a generous
friend and brother, and this, lis death, is not
only an atliietion to us, but to the community
l.esolved, 'That we extend to his Iereaved
widow, and all relatives and friends, the assu
mrnle of oim r rtlidet symniathy, aind express
the sm.iuc with them over the grave of our de
[(igal] T. IH. W. BAYNARD, Secretary.
e:.iolved, by the Board of Directors of
the (liintonl and Port Hudson Rail Road
Company nt a meeting held on the 16th of
October, 18555 ; Tha' t they have heard with
deep sorrow and regret of the sudden death
by yellow fever of Mn. JAieis C. STEVEN.
Resolved-That by this melancholy event
the company has bon deprived of the ser
vies of the skilful, faithful and ever indus
trious engineer, and this whole community
has been callod upon to deplore the loss of
a yonng man, whose exemplary conduct gave
a sure promise of his future usefulness as a
Resolved---That a copy of these resolu
tsons he forwarded by the Secretary of the
ComnlLan, to his bereaved parent, Mr. Steo
voenson, with whom we most sincerely sym
pathize in the irreparable loss of an at.ic
tionato and dutiful son.
Recolved,-That copies of the foregoing
resolutions he furnished the editors of the
two papers in this place for publication.
U. A. NEAFUS, President.
R. ii. J)anoUOUoN, Secretary.
Resolved, by the Board of Directors of
the Clinton & Port lludson Rail Road
Company, at a moeting held on the Itit
of October, 1855, That it is with the deep
est regret they have been again called upon
to deplore the loss of .o)ther of their en
ginºers, Mr. Alanson Eggleston who came
to his death by the explosion of the locomo
tive on the 13th inst.
Resolved therefore, that by this muclan
choly event the company has been deprived
of the services of a most industrious and
persevering engineer, tnd the citizens of
one of its most useful citizens.
Resolved-That a copy of these resolu
tions be sent by the Secretary of the Comn
pany to his bereaved companion with whom
we most sincerely sympathize in the loss of
a kind and affectionate husband.
Resolved-That copies of the foregoing
resolutionls be furnished the editors of the
two papers, published in this place for pub
G. A. NEAFUS, President.
R . Pi. uuMoW, Secretary.
Two letters from an honest K. N.
For the lnformation of those who so charitably
and magnanimously imputed the nomination of' i
ticket by the genuine national, I'hiladclphia-Plat
form-Know-Nothings with the name of Ray at its
irheoad for Governor, as en invention of the Demo
cratic press of this city. we publish below, the card
1C- of Mr. Hardy, Secretary of the Grand K. N. Council
10' Of Louislana as we find it in the Trite I)olta of Sun
)W day. It shows up the spirit of the K. N. organs,
I, which have labored so hard to creatu the belief that
y the Blue Book K. N's. were but an insignificant
clique, few in numbers and without influence. It
also shows the folly of bomnastic boasting and wa
[li gering as a means of convincing pieoplo that their
to assumptions are truths. For the sake of maintain
.0- ing their'eonisetency they of the Exponent oulght to
- "pioke out" their $20,00o and be furnished with tIIh,
list of 2,000 National ]lhle Book K. Ns. by Mr. liar
dy, as hlie proposes, at the rate of $100 for every ten
n Emtron Tnta' Drn.t : The following comnmunica
n-. tion, addressed to the editor of the "American Expo
Df nent," in reply to his uncalled for and unjust attack
on the National American Order of this city and
State, and particulnarly in reply to his bhlstering oller
to give one hundred dollars It ten members 'of tile
c National American Order in thils city, could be pro
duced. was handed to the editor of the Exponent for
publication on Friday last. IHe agreed to publlsh it
as a busliness matter, at one dollar per sqnuarc; but
lo! when the Exponent appeared on Saturday morn
1- log the comnnlngcatilon wits among thit missing-the
missing-tthe direct anld positlive promise of the hn.
maculate and impartall exponentt of "Amecrican"
principles to the contrary notetihetantding. I ,ow
ask for it. Mr. Editl,r a place in your colutns; I ask
for its Insertion, not as a favor, but as a tutti.ttess
ye'' mtter, for which the usual rates will be paind.
Very respectfully, &c. C. WV. Hlatto,
To Tin EllTota or Tie: ExroxET :
Site-A eot or a banter, is at least a poor way to
settle a difference or dispose of a controversy, and
therefore when you attempt to disparage a body of
citizens by a silly proffer of giving one hundred dol
lars as a reward to any one. who will fnrnish the
names of ten persons belonging to the genuine Aml
p eriean Order of Know-Nothings in this city, you (
aeither seek, if brought to the test, to ecalpe by a
iquibble. or to obtain an opportunity of indulging in I
i a wider sphere of abuse against individuals than is
at present vouchsafed you.
You, sir, well know that the term "Blue Bookme'"
e is merely a partisan epithet used to designate the
: genuineti Amettrican, party of this state-a party der
ilvg its otrginatiott from the parent fountain of thei
Order , andi h .ose ritual is ill strict conformity with
the well hndi-rtood opinions and principles of every
true Am,-'rtieanl in every other state in the Union, .
which opinions and prlinciples many who have sec
Stidel from uo, t;ll proclaim their adhesion to, and with
out which thie iwhle Know-Nothing organization 0
would be only a delnIstion alld a snare.
Again, I would repeat what I have heretofore sta.
teil, that the t'undamtental principles of the only tre
atirl genlllinte order of Atmerleanls are, hostility to for. t
eign dominat ion andl l'Popishi interferencei with the itn
stitutiolls atld government of these United States.
We ree;ntizt no nblue lnk nor black hooks, nor
iur, e. is, you well know, distinguished by any ch II
S lnii, l , tis tietinit sit or appeillation. Outr only
Ilboa.t lland ind f Illton b,'ingdevotion to ourc'oun
try. oppositionl t,) fl'lig l infh7l(, .,e'. and eternal hos
til t, to lope, i'thiry amnd Jescultism.
', finrltifre. you, r ofltr of "onls, hulndtred dollars
rewtrd'' to wh ievir would furnish you with the inu
t . of , a 0 stizens of the Uluie bltk" order o' 11
Kn.. ', ,U, I ts designed as ai challengll e to the
genulne Aim 'rican Order, whose hurnble Secretary I
atit. I a,',.li. t it. and I am at once at your serv:ce, antd
-further p' ,lie' myse.lf ibefore m ltelhlow citizens, of ,I
evyry el:,-s nil d hadlu of pohlical and religilii o
opinionti l, :1t only t pro vid, in nlmemlbers of tbi
1 Urd r, but ad.l o I nll teno s Ilip to fill tiutnum r of Tw, 1
Tthuti:.,.l Ip il' the Ilke mn ofo all hundrted
dullhu:I ." , yon. l. 'nsistent,I wealthy nul t 1
lars', i iId!,, tit .he Exponen t, hip Iiaced In ttii
Illtn16 il'Ill, TtI'r,, iur'r of the Widows,' utnd Orphans' k
HuIliit. fiur .sery such te litunlus I !hill place at 0
This proposition is not ittade by lie as an humbileI
"olibscure t a contlemptible jte-chatiic," ias men call
ing henmshlves organs , l' the fathish Know-Nothings I
style ime: it is dione y itrdter ol'tht Ilriiud state coittn.- I
cii of Ltuini altl, composed tit' citizt-si who asre ni-.
ther c tllndidte for, l nortIe peletialllts oi' otlice, utleIn who Ce
wo 1ttl Inot crliuch it) lick the hlands of the JIanus l ti C'is 1,
of Rlulle, or. IWlt 1101on Jesuits foe a IImess of piottage tI
or it tist ral lie p l s .
By authlloritl of htle Executtivoe Couinliuiltt.E . gi
Corrondin crry . o he l s tate Cul
Corres~uonding secrettery of tite (fraord state Couttili tie
EflITOIIM ((II7IIE!: (;LcernLIoln-I nsk tlhe p)l1liCet ll)f
of tieu following, ts a hUIluHe4 Multtcz, payi ng you
&it~vrtit-ig e for luuertiou! It i% it presetied& to
thelt e Iti· 1 Ito ilIiOelil I neIfCd el atiny terms. Tihi,
hooeet oI impart jl Couro of the &,v, thu Public
c~mliit I. Iii itl Lii to appreciate.
C. Ii. I JAILOY.
A ('AR D.
To the Editors of the ~Iee:
'the Iul(brius ocpall)ttio of a "comllbon imecha.,.
ic,"'s the ptulIdo Amlericat org.lns ,ouldhi style we,
leaves IIe little timelll to Inotice til! more gl'ring IanI
shtulI-'less ,tlcks ,ih de ti upon1 thie l nlItiolltl A, rlltli cnli
orgtlaiztituln by their prints; and wheo, as in the cus.e
o't Cholohnel lhui'y's curd in the J(ee, aid the sings.
lhr editioriattlh that llhtilrpah r iin relation thereto, a
slpecin. r'atsoll exi ts lvli' hmy JIubli n(tic. (of t'l lp , il
is not elsy for me to inld th e I.eessary le:s;l'ue.
'the card of Col. i1ntty Is in these words.
To The Public.
It has been studiously and persoveringly
circulated, for the purpose of injuring me
in the estimation of my follow citizens, that
I belong to somne "organization" or "party"
known as the "Blue Book Orga,anizatlin,"
which, it is said proscrbes those persons pro.
fessing the Catholic religion.
I epnllatically and positively deny that
I aml, or over havle beenll connlleetld with any
such association, and I subscri·e in full to1
the Platform of the American party of
Louisiana, and adopted on tho 4th J uloh laht,
and in the language of that lhatflrm, "I ut
terly condemn any attemplt to make relig
ions belief a test bfor political office, anl
can never affiliate with any party which
holds sentiments not in acc(ordamee with
these. JosEPH IIurTy.
New Orl'ans, 5th Octmher 1855.
This card is triumphantly paraded by the
Bee as evidence of Mr Hufty's soundness
upon thie Popislbiuestion, to satisfy the
down-tuwn Vatholics that he is reliable for
them to elect to office; that he will in a
word, give them office, regardless of their
belief in the infallibility of the Pope, the
Inmaculute Conception, and the eficacy of
the Confessional to wipe out sins. This
may all be true ; but when the Colonel says,
"I emphatically and positively deny that I
am, or ever have been, associated with the
'Blue Book Organization,' which, it is said,
proscribes those persons professing the
Catholic faith, or any other such asoci
ation," hoe makesan assertion I am compell
ed to dispute, because I am prepared to say,
it is iniorrect and untrue. There is not,
nor has over been a "Blue Book Organ
zation." That is the name bestowed, I be
lieve, by the True Delta upon the genuine
American party in this State.
But col. Joseph Hufty mD, with my
knowledge, preside over an assoriation
that Dry politically prescribe Roman Cath
olis ; and that he was an active member of
the same is well known to hundreds, and
will be substantiated by them.
Notwithstanding his card in the Bee, t
denying the fact, I now ask Col. Hufty,
categorically, to answer the following .in- I
I)id you, Colonel, or did you not, at any
time previous to the 4th of July last, de
clare on oath, as a member of any society,
that you would not vote for, or use any in
fluence you might posse , to elect a Ro- a
man Catholic to office ?
Did you or did you not, then "affiliate
with any party." whose principles were
eternal hostility to the anti-republican
and Jesuistical tendencies of the Romish I
Church in America ?
Did you, or did you not then, in com- k
mon with your yet steadfast brethren, t
(whom you are now pleased to style the a
'Blue Book association,") politically pro
cribe the Jesuitical followers of the Ro
man Catnolic Church, on account of their I
"religious belief ?"
I expect, Col IIufty, you will give ex
plicit answer to the above interrogatories,
ihat the pnblic may DISTINCTLY understand
your position on the catholic question.
By authority of the Executive committee.
CHAS. W. IIAnuY,
Corresponding secretary of the grand state council
DI):MOtCRACY IN MAssActumrETT.-T''he
old Cradle of Lilerty in Boston, thie vener
ated Faneuil Hall, that has oftentimes eeh
oed to the stirring voices of patriots, has
1 been again enlivened by the spirit of'76. On
rthe evening of the 25th of September, a ve
ry large inceting of Democrats of Boston
assemblled there to ratify the nominations
Srmade Iby their recent State Convention.
T '1'hrl ll was filled to overflowing, and
1mluch enthusiasin was manifested. The
-people of Massachusetts are tired of Know
Nothing misrule, and have declared in a
" voica of thunder THAT THill, OLD CosMMON
1WEALSl SHALL HE IEIEEMELIrr I If the doter
mined spirit manifested in the State resoln
tions, the high toned patriotism of their
n journals or the self devotionl of their patri
ot leaders augur anything, their pledge
will be furlfilled. As deeply steeped as that
I State has been in the dingy waters of fan
I aticisrm, as sweeping as was the tide of
know-nothingisl' which has recently passed
over her, we cannot believe that her people
have sank to such profound depths of polit
ical degradation as to be incapable of re
demtlption. The spirit oftho e'raparty is a
roused anew in the bosoms of her diemo
eratic sons. They are determined that
their slatuite hooks shall no longer bear the
blot of illibernl laws, nor their State lon
ger' rermain a by-word and a reproach.
Many elequent speech was made, and the
ioniinattons were ratified with the utmost
harIuroy. In the course of the evening the
following resolutions were adopted.
Rtsolved, That we heartily apllrove of the
nomination of lion. BlRASMUS D.
IEA.(CII for Governor, lion, MOSES
I)VENPO(RT for Lieutenant Governor,
and the other nominations of the liberal
Union State Convention, and will do our
best to elect them.
R1solvcd, That we hail with the highest
satisfiaction the recent victory of the peo
ple of Maine, by which they have put the
seal of' ondenriation upon the author of
the Malinel( law, up)on his associates, and uip
on that inrqlist risl eiatment.
Resol ed. That we herelby pledge our
selves to the most active anrd persevering i
efforts for the election of the lileral ticket I
in the State, for the purlporse of securinig the
repealing of' all illiberal and ullrooinstitu.
tional laws, and tile substitution of a
wise and benelicial license law for the
l'esellt foolish, impracticable and inijurious
Resclvd That the cauise in whiclh we now
enriageil is of inore irnriedliate alid vital ini
terest to the people of Massarcelltits than
llrv juliti uil qullliutr ofII a nii llolll j i hIrI '.
i.t''r which u (I II I fl'iteId Iby t lhe coining
Slte i l' h liot i ; lbu it involves thie rights of
lithe vilizes the safi n~uird,.; of conrstitrutional
govei'oririil, ainid all ol'civil liberty that dis
tilrguislrs freemlen from slaves.
Rsolvedl That in the wily arts of thosei
who have fastened thlie sihackles of tyran
nical legislation uipon ius, in diverting the l
attention of the people from their o'n fligi
tious acts byoxhortni '"to resist the
n an shment of the "t. shall haqno
,efect.,pon usu.til t~e o/- erty.powr" at
homeo s ov"thrown an peopl6 liber
ated from. Aw thraldom bf unjust and op
Resdoli. That poltileal slavery at home
demands the first and sternestteuistance to
Ithe usurping power which creates it, and
Whigs and Demnocrts, when liberated from
that, will be much better condition>o resist
encroachments upon tbo Cot0, ion and
laws Oftho Union.. We, th call up
on all good citizens and lovers Ameri
oJm lilberty tb forego, for the tli bong all
tioretic consideration of national, policy,
and dqvote themsolve4 oarnestl to the
practical dnd all-important wor of res
cuing our State legislation from he des
tructivo hands qf political sharper gots
Resoled, That auceoos surely awaits8
who are in the right, and go ahead;and in.
spired by the conviction that our cause is
right and our aims just, we will labor-unit.
illy and vigorously to draw all good cit
izens into the cause, to elect the liberal
ticket throughont the State, and thus res
tore Massachusetts to her former proud
position as the chosen home of liberty, equal
ity and justice.
CHIe. JLNsrICe OF LOUISIaA.-71onI. E. T.
Merrick, whom we have already mentioned as
having been elected Chief Justice of Louisiana
was a native of Wilbraham in this county.
Judge ldorrick is now Ibout forty-five years
old, and left Wilbraham for Ohio, in 1888.
lie was admitted to the bar at Columbus, in
that state, and remained there till about 1.88,
when he removed to Clinton, La., where lhe
has since resided, in the enjoyment of a very
large and lucrative legal practice. Ho affords
an encouraging and honorable instance of Yan.
kee energy nlb enterprise, working at tlhe
trade of a joiner until he was nineteen years
old, and rising, as he has, in twenty.six years
to the highest legal honors, in an adopted
State. lie was the son of the late Thomas
Merrick, of Wilbraham.-LSprian d (M.as.)
Clinton Aoadtmy, ..
TilE exercise of this Institution will be resumed
.1 Monday, October 22. 145.1.
CLARA W. DUNBAR,
oct 20 MARY S. WALL.
To the Publio.
oTtFROM and aftr'r this date, the steam
er '. F. Kimball, Capt. f1, H. On,
will hIave PI'rt Hudsonu every .vr.a,.
DA. nftar the strival of the ears, taking Cotton at
FIFTY cotel per hale. l'aeage, $4. oct 20
Strayed or Stolen.
A SMALL dapple gray Indian Ptoney, 10 .
to 12 hanlldls hillgh it branl on his slouhlcr l..
r'setmliag K. I., switch lai! and manen, suppomd to
Sx or NeveI ytars old. l 'teeth had. Illnatural par.
A suitable reward will be paid to any perhon re
tulllling helll aid horselll to
WILLIAM W)OI)WARD, near Clinton.
N. It. Any information will be thankfully r'I',iv
io. _nt 20-St
The State of .ouisiana, larish of East Felichina,
Sevcoth District Court, No. 23.7,
In the matter of the slleessiou of Andrew J.
1)URSUANT to an ortl er of the HIlonorable
I Court aforesaid, and by virtue of a corn
Inistion to Une directed, I will offer for sale, at
the late residence of the decensed in this IPar
ish, it puIlli .uttetio, i, on
7lTe I'irs?' at'urdiy in Derember, 1855,
betwctn tli hIout s of' 11 o'clock, A. x., and
sunset of the same day, the following property,
real and persoonil, appertaining to saul suctces
siol, to wit:
The' hIlrne place, known as the " Chllina rove
I'lalnation," vbeing the last residence of the
dec.ai.sed, A.'J. Brlnie, contlainihg about
finur hundred and sixty three 25-100 aIcres,
being iboundedl on the north by Beaver
crek, south by Liepscomlb and Scott, east
I,y Thomtas Lipscomlb, and west by lulun &
Also: the following personal property:
Twelnty five hlead of hogs, three mules, five
o\'s a1nd alves, olie sorrel Iullre, one sorrel
colt, one old clarriuge, onel horse wagon and
gen(ri, lot of ploughs and harnles, one old
buggy, ten empnty sugar hogsheads, ia lot of
molasses harrells, one lot of household fur
niture, I,elsteads, beds, aul, bedding, one lot
of kitchen furniture, one uiian's saddle, one
pair ibrass audirons, and one lot of table
TElRNS OF sAtlIr..
The China Grove Plantation to be sold on
a credit of one, two, and three years, the pur
chase price to htar eight per cent interest
froll the day of sile until paid. Payment to
be secured hy mortgage, confession of judg
ument, anid personal security.
Thte personal piroperty to Ie sold on a credit
of one year, with eight per cent interest from
date with personail security.
ott 20 (. NV. CA'TLIE'Nl'. Aectioneer.
_ ', and extra Family Flour, just reneiIed and
*. for sale by J. G. G , AIARMOND.
I'ENS, PENCILS, & I'PEN I10UiLDEI S.
T: U'l' rieceived, a girea.t varlety of' I'nns, l'encils.
nJ itli tt I' tl hIlrl s, of ecvlv ery shall andI kind. Eve
ery body cul be culitd. CuII and buy.
ocl 13: 1.. LE. LMON.
1) CKliEl' Il()IS, I'oeket Knlves, uocket Combs,
1 and Pocket Rcieaors, for sale by
act 13 1. N. LEMON.
2 LUS. Calonul, wurranted, lfr culb, Iy
25 j16 I. N. LEMON.
LOT of Iloavana Ci ar, received last night, by
A. EI..1iE E o& C o.
r~~~187 (41 nsiLr r
The Union Hotel.
(LATE CA.RMANa.) '"
* EO. Ccorr 9Or THE PUBLIC SQUAtR,
lAV1xG thoroughly repalied and rar.
bied this popular and well known houe,
the undergd are propared to receive Boa al
erand cutertain Tracrller . Their table will
be furniahed with te best the market cano af
ford, and no panu or exertions will be pared
to please and accommodate).hoen who may
favor them with their patrealeo.
LIVERY STABSt L
Conuoeted with the flotel Is a lp and
oomy stable. Every atteutioa will be paid to
horses placed at. livery.
Horses, Buggies, and Carriages, for hire.
a14 _.,WOn18IAM DIXON,
The a uioan ;ouse.
N. W. coRQN IfT PUBLIC 5QUA3
.]THIS well known eatabfIuhuuet is now opus
for the rcption ofTravell ars. ad thoe a
undergone a thorough reuovatilh, and Is now
% omplete ordqr, and the Iproprife rv MIpe
ntlther puins or money in reade it a dd
rab1,rctrcat for all who may rvor him with a
There is a large and commodious STABLB
attached to thol preuisee and good and attena
!...g , kvA ,sHwTB..
1 -LLIA3M ELDER'S
Clinton and BatIon R TD*Gl Line, o
- HAYVING *-sled the manag..
inent of the Malf Stage Line, f*
tween Clintom, Batem Roig a ind .Ta
tihe undernigned would rcepectfnlly inform the
travelling publie, that hiM Ooachen tilll rn
each way, EVERY DY I)AY 1NTIIE WEEt,
exccptinmg undays, leaving Clinton and Bdto.
Rouge, at 9 o'clock, A.M.
From Clinton to Pran Baton Ron e, to
3n tonl Rouge,. . $3 00 Clinton,...... 3 00
Jackeon,...... 1 00 Jackson...... 2 50
Mt. Willhing,... 00 Mt. Willing,.. 2 00
Plains,....... 2 50 Plains, ....... 60
11.Every attention paid to the comfort and
convenience of pOf1engers.
malnr 94 . Wir. LZER.
MILLS, 6'LEV LAND ,
Prtivision and Grooery Store,
|) ESPhE("'TU1LIIY inform their friends and
I th trºrlidiog public, that they have on hand
a large and cojnple te stock of
GROCE.I ES & PROVISIONS,*
logethr, with a well selected assortment of
Dry (0ods, fiats, Boots, Shoes, Hardnnre,
atd in fact every urticle In demand, for, Family
or Plantation use.
They are prelmred to mnako advanlce on
Cotton counsiged to OAKEY & UAWKINS,
anl to afrord all the facilitice usual in their
line of husines.s a14
*Gold and Silver Spectaoleu1
A 'VIrr, $JIJX'TI.I, tnid mriorr us.
rinituud 81)"OH4 Ln~·lt, to nut( all aR'··n,
'ni)11 I uitly oII hand i d lur itt'
nuloy 41 M A I1I Ilrick iuw.
Ultc. U. II. S C LIO P I E ,D,
LATE OP BAYOU HARA.
1) ES1'ECTY ULLA tun~dore ids profmnasiuflhI1 pelvi
i, ucW to tljiiaI,lio. 0lllwo at IJ'vchono it( o's
athet M4eadler's) Drug Store. RNlaleionou I lb bt0 i
formorly ocoupied b~y M. Bloom, north Elf the Meit Io.
dict Chtuidi, Ulliulon ii, L. Jy 14
erThtn undbragnviq, dltirinu or 1Vc~t FCIIoIIS,
ce~rtify· tlt wI' h~u·· kilowilI~r. Jl(icnr A. Swtgov `,
for mauy years, while jEnuotlllig Eta a, 1'h Iolan ae
irgg ii sad ldIerish, and rEoLmmelud him to the
ultialow o1' ialsI(t F'hlhioat, (where we undurultandIhe
hloi located,) as Much,, believing him wull qualifiud.
JItayuu ll-an. July Utt , 1,3.
Js. it. Marks, John If. Htannard,
L. I). B~rewer, Win. U. 'ackle,
John 11. II. luIIeIIhIw, C. i. 150mW,
I). I. (;.Janes Sem. J. P'owe~ll,
Jamlii IV. IRoblnson J. I. Wcderrtrandt,
uharlie S tor, Jackson Motley,
Jot1 Whitemaagnll, Edwin Leut,
A. latii'gie, Louils H. Turner,
imn. Endirs, ])avid Caste,
James 1'. hlarper, Cad. lrodonaa,
David AusEliEI, flU. WedEOrtradt,
EvIalln Turner, -
Importer, l WhoVIulesale anld Ltetall DIealer in
Watohes, JeweIry, Cutlery,
aUNS, I'IT'POLS, & iFANUJY OODS,
NO. i65 CANAl HTI'rtgT,.
N. B. Wattelse and Jcwelry carefully reparod . s14
HOMEf MANUFACTORY OF1 WAG.
ONS, CARTS, &c. &c.
R.I CE EB $Y ,
(JONTIN UES to carry on tho
WI. .wl.w rhlT business In oll
of its various brlL'(IIhes.
Ho has on hapd i largOe asortment of Rape.
rior well seasoned material, and all orders for
work will be excenlted with promptness, and
il it workmllanklike Ilnllllner.
Repairiong of all kinds done immediately.
1His shop in immediately opposlte the stables
of the Union liotel. a 14
f HEAVE iiguge~d it competeut work k
itun, rnitlwill jreonanlly Heo that ill
wood work'dollo hymn itn properly Iroo
(.l. All ordlers for L~luhcknlt4ItI work will be
ptromnjttly ttenItrle to it and It thfully cxteuted.
ltitla, ttItt itt:, il bin an oro stIale
.+9_ _ JIIIJIICHARI GYU .
\ NI: ttittdt I cujlls flihICtt(' Ili2;oIa-,~$L u t rcuigted,
ý hitl J, CL AN & Co.
_ J111.L, (:I,ISý'ISLANJ A Co.
Q 1I SACKS ligyptiIun Heed Outsr~,i, just
PU front tit.. Lotis. ft ' stile by
net 6 MIIL.L, U.LWI ELANl do Co.
jI'I 1AV 1 a not of teccotnd hand dotllo Iarney, fit
ur It pairof' Mlarg~e bat', whttich I will sell low,
or cash. FRIT%, 'A' XY?