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¥£u î - :* S 'ff c n .-»i** I l un flfH ill OFFICE ON THIRD STKEET, OPPOSITE THE BRANCH OF THE LOUISIANA STATE BANK. VOL XLVII. BÂTON ROUGE, LA., SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 2ê, I860 um !■» M i—u rw— NO. 64. PROFESSIONAL CARDi Baton Kouge, La. j Clinton, La. J/£. WQ1ÎA, Hi ton FUQUA à KLLBOUKNK, Attorneys & Counselors jit Law Will practice In the Courts of the Parishes Kast nrto Vf**» Baton Rouge, Iberville ai Knut and West Feliciana. au^l »(INN Oc HEBRON ATTORNEYS AT LAW COURT HOUSE SQUARE, Hat»» Haug«, I n. WILL attend to all business in tb.lr profession entrusted to them. In this and the ixljoialn« parishes, »od In theory Of New Orleari» aui(17-t - TltOBAS orkbh imvjdio» ......k.TOM bihom Davidson & Bynum, ATTOBNE YS AT LAW IIIHc« nt Baton Rouge, La. 11711,1, PRAOTIOK IN täte COURTS OF TUB VV Florid» Bfrl.il«. ».Jtlthtf j. o. «Ttrro *i> „....a. w. bucibbb. STAFFORD k IlKKNKR, ATTORN KYS AT LAW Office, Cor." tsütel k Third 8t» , upstairs, BATON BOUOP, I.A. lirtLt, practice in the parlsheRof Küst Fellclan VV East lim Went Baton Roane and Iberville, limitless entrusted to them will receive P r ""'P t attention, : ' j. w. b - 01,a '" !r ' BURGESS k CUANEY, Attorneys and Counselors at Law OFFICE ON CIIUROU STREET, bkt. c' lHVr .ntion k borth boulrvakd, Baton Bonge, I.a. AN V business en'rusted to their care in the par ishesof Bust and West Baton Rouge, East and w.«t Feliciana. Point» Coupé» a«l tbervlll», will be promptly attended to. eept2. SAW P« «MHÄ ATTORNEY AT LAW Clorliln Street, Baton Kengt, U WILI. attend to ail business entrusted to Him In Hast II >ton Roujfc and theadjoi in*par I I e« s.ploO c. I>. FAVROT, Attorney and Comweltor at Law COURT II O US E SQUARE, Union Bange, La. WILL prastiaein the Parishes of Kastand Went Hat n It. utfH an'l Inerville. Prompt attention will hn given to the collection of »11 claim», no tot and account®. Krforfneeii w. 8. P ike. Josu pa ks«f»d, 1 Wew 0rIe , nl) .1 Sr>. Ito/.irB, V oihik * Jtai'OïTj n v3tf ______ R. W. KNIC KERBOCKER, Attorney at Law and Claim Agent, MAS made »rangements in New Orleans au'l Waslilimtmr Olty for the successful proseeu'ion and coiisctlou of y CLAIMS AGAINST THR GOVERNMENT. (»Wee on the Corner of Fifth and Lrturel streets „u K H BATON EOUGB, LA, I LIYTON B. KVAtT. Civil Bnginoor -—AND— CITY SURVEYOR, Offlc« With Jl. W. KMQKKM'HtfUiH, B«| , ornerol Fifth and l.uitrcl «trcet», jiAivà ka' vkk , la\ i WILL attend, promptly to all proteetilopal bust lies» Mithistéd to h tö. adfc29-im w. w, mmm & so», ltEAE ESTATE "BROKERS, Accountants k General Agents, auglZ-aui BATON ROUGE. I.A . ■JOHN M. TRACY, Justice of the Peace, SECOND W*ARD, Parish of Knat Baton Bouge. OFFICE, 00R; THIRD AND LAUREL StS., up srAtRs, ovrh Tit! so» BtLiuan a»t.oo*, F. A. N^PHJLER, Justi.ee of the Peace, WA RD fto. Otf ff, Offloo on Roul^taM, fjot ôf Ttiird Street. HAVlKc^ reininpl huwin^sP, T am réldy to al tontl to all buüin**N« aud cuit«, Within th# enrlh nt doltys «f the law. npr# I) It. KRATZ, OFFICE OS I, A I B i; I, STREET, BKTWKEN THIRÖ AN» CHURCH, ( Oppoiite , Mh. Jones' Boarding Houxe,) jmrit-tf BAT»»» ROUOK. L,A. Dr. U. Ii. MeKitrick, S U H GEOff I) EN TIS T, OFFICE ON CONVENTION STREET, KPlSCftPAI, PARSONAOE nütt.mNO, In the roar of Kplteopal Öhtiföh, declT HA TOK R O IT G Xj t A . Teeth Extraeted Without Pain, AND NO HUMBUG! 1 VI. D. L. MrKtTKIOK rp«:peoU 1 f fn'ljf RnnnuhCe» to th»» pah« I if, t .at h»» I« prepared bjr weans of 'in electrical application, to ex tract t eth without ufllo. IhlR prnee« U hb been ropoitodly io«h«d hjr hiirt, and net in a fttn?le tri» nt« nee hau th^r* been a failure. aept '26 -.f COLLSCTINO aueivcf. A'-li CLAIMS AOMNST THE U S.OOVERN M - NT FOR DtMAOKHTO PROPF.WPVi, IfljiB OF IM HK-i ANDf'ATTL* AND bKSTRUCtlON OF ( ttCl'S, Ac, WILL (IK PHOVIPTLÏ ATTENDED TO WHEN ENTRUSTED TO ME WlliblAll Oll., t USlo« at mj residence, •ep*19-ltw-tf B ato * Kot oa, La. ,A.$, ABtlllKR. W1tl^Hi»»SBBON. ARCHER & HENDERSON, • ;• i ,1 FÜBWAK1HNG & COM M1S8JOW 1VI EROtïAN T8, AVI)-> GENERAL STEAMBOAT, UOLLECTfON —A*n— PUKOHAHÏ NO AGISTS, Thlrvl afreet. Union Kouge, La» C-pt. terfn'n ir,iM»«»B T| : ; F.D. P^i't, I ^teaa.H.O I H W - " " " W. U. Ki< hard»on. Taylor, N. 0. E. It Beck with. Raton Rouge, La. a'i«10 .1. Jackson, COTTON BUYER , /—And--* COMMISSION MEKCHANT, CASH ADVANCIÏ8 M A DE ON Shipments to his Friends in N. 0. und N. Y. Office, Corner of Laurel awl Third Street*, f. # (0HDERTH« VKRAtDAH BOTEI.,) „ania < r J HVT0iVR0Ü«Hj t,A. SIMON MENDELSOHN, DEAL Kit IN GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, Wines, Liqnors, Tobuceos, Cigars, FAMILV SUPPLIES, Oirnkr LArirtTTE Asn F lorida STRKBTS, junel7 BATON ROt «E, fc\. JAMES J. DITNDASS, WnOLRSALK ÀltD.ltïTAtL X^Atim IW GROCERIES, I -AHD-f WESTERN PRODUCE, Wines, Liquors, Tobacco & Cigars. "CITY BAKERY," corner ok maïs and levee streets, BATON iioi ta:. I .a. ! JULIUS Ö. BOOEL, COMMISSION M SACHANT, and dealkr ih Plantation and Family Supplies, C or. main and L afayette sts., july!3 BATON BOt'OE, I«A. F. L. TERPINITZ, STEAMBOAT AGENT, KE(.:EIVIN(J, i'ouwAKDiNa, COMMISSION MERCHANT FRONT LEVEE, baton rouge, LA. JAMES M <WAY, HARDWARE MERCHANT AND DKALEIt IN Agricultural Implements, W 1NDOW SHADE8, W all papkii, etc 1Af,L8 Tew [>eotfufly the ntfotifion nf the J public to hla lartfe and excellent »tools of itnod» pertaining to his H op of mere undise. U ^e ha (peaks a liberil share of public patronage. Store mi Third street, opposite the building of ^he Louisiana State Rank. ju yl If. OTTO, ;0MMJ«SI0N JUEflCHANT, V-AN»-^ WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DKALBK IN DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, qbocebies, r-AHp-^ PLANTATION SUPPLIES; wines, liquqrs; CIÖAE3 AND TOBACCO, CROCKERY AND TIN WARE, AND ALfc KINDS Of W E S T E R N PRO D UOE, Received per Rteamer» aliuoRt daily. F O tto raipe.tfully announces to hi» frlendR and cuRtomers and the pub i« generally, that hie Stbie haviog heen rerpoved (tub, Its'Iormer ItH'ixt, a.ijoinlng Day's Drug More, to the large store and warehouse building, OS THE SOUTH BAST 00KN Eft UK. TUIRV AND LAUREL STREETS, II« la fully p epared to keep on h»nd orte of the lanrest and mont varied as^orttoenra *f tWitbove lice« to be fousd in the city „t Itaton Rouge. With hi» increased and lnor<-a«l,i« faoilitl^» fot obtaining and storing merchandise he i« enabled to meet all present arid future ÄemiUl9s. and there fore InTitea the ap«-ci*l attention of purchaser# to that fact, hoping by a spirit of accommodation to >l«»se »II. and to Always sell on as reasonable i*#ni«Bsthe atite of thj inarkats wiH,permil to seoure a lib ral share of regular patronage. ' Please call be fir» purchasing el*«wh«r* *n|lMf to um !■» M i—u GROCERY — and — PROVISION HOUSE, PLANTATION SUPPLIES. S. R. EECKWITH, THIRD ST., CORNER OF LA IfREl, BATON ROUGE, LA. CONSTANTLY ON HANI) EVERY VARIETY OF PLANTATION SUPPLIES. EST" Planters and others would do well to oall W1W*- Jfufflha Ing elsewhere. Vottoii lMu|lit Bt hlKlii-B«. murkvl ralti. juy0-8mo(, JOSHUABEAL, Corner of Third and Convention Sts., BATON ROUGE, LA. DEALKB IH WESTERN PRODUCE, Family and Plantation Sappiies, SCHOOL BOOKS, STATIONERY, FANCY GOODS, AND NOTIONS GENERALLY. PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES. Term« Cash. )ulyl M.GRANAllY, DEALER IN WESTERN PRODUCE, KAM 11 .Y GiJOCIilUJia -AND Plantation »Supplies Generally. BEOÊMwwe to inform hi« friends and the public at large, that he will keep on hnnd fronh and Tall fwpplies of all articles in the provltVin llim, wblch he will »ell on t«tfmi to colt the cash basin of trade. A liberal »hare of pat ron ago In rrapedtfdlly aoMolted, at his stand on Third street. julyl NIC 11 OLA S WAX, ~ DEALER IN WESTERN PRODUCE -AND FAMILY GROCERIES. ITS constantly roceiving, direct from tbe 1- W«st and other qaarterp, nvery species of arti cle required for Family or Plantation u«e. He has incroased facility« far obtaihing suptdles and is deterralnedl ta kepp up with th« demands of hl« rustoBtWS* atitf lo dpal with them «at isfor torily ou apoM^f quality nnd price—big motto being 0 Snlei »»»«I Smnll ProfltH.,* Mr. R. HOFFMAN, well known to onr oUteens, will be found "behind the counter" ready to at tend t,o business palls. I Plwape drop in nt the old staud, near tbe Court lion««, wher * we shrfll flippy tn dee you. jutyi-tf • A. BLUM. * ß >l DEALER IN DRY GOODS, GROCERIES P^OVISIO N S, Ami Piauîiitioii Nijj»plies iim'raily ALSO, CROCKERY, TIN, WOOD & WILLOW WARE Store, Cor. Africa and St.. Nttpoleon Sts., IIA TU IV JROtJG®, LA. Determined to keep a full nnd woii «elected stork of articles such as g. to make Up a first-rate variety store, A. BLUM hopes to t»»rlt und reoeiv. »n increased amount af pat ronage. He respectfully invites his old customers and the V u,, " c at large, to continue tbelr calls & b (attai, asRurlng them of bis determination to p|f?A«(l and nalWI)' them 1ft every particular. july6-tf _ ! CAMILLO QUINTËR0, DEALER IS HAVANA CIGARS, OiOAKETTAS, SiHokhi^ and Chewing Tobacco, «NUFF, PIPES, ETC., Corntf of Third M<j Florida str ets, BATON nOXfOK, LA. IN atlJition to histnrge assortraontof tbe bfest brânds and oualiiies Of all articles In thê lirW Of a l'obâeconWt, CAMILLO QUINTERO, keeps aiso t>n hand a choice variety of'NotfpDs," such as fine .fodut Knives, Stationery, etc,, to which he invites public attention, guaranteeing to give satisfactio» to all customers. julyl-tf Baton Rouge Marble Works. ( J. SMOLLEN & Co., ^ MANDPACttJflKIlfl OF TOIQBUI, MONUMENTS, H KAD-STOH ES, MANTELS, ETC., Corner of Main and Church streets, }uly $6 BATON ROUGE, LA. TUG OLDEST ESTABLISHMENT '4. 71M7M - • '"T» Iff THE SOUTH, ItrBiovrd front SIo. 10 Old Lev««, Corner of Gravier St. and Bank Place u If. CASS1DY, SAIL MAKER, TKNT, AWNINQ AND riil Plug Manufactory, IMJ-8BÏÏRS ABD DKAIBRSIM EVKRY DESCRIPTION OF ) AMEEIOAN AND KNOl^ISH Lfgrlit and Heavy Canvass, FRENCH AND ENGLISH BUNTINGS, &C. Payrt strict attention to making, In a superior manner, all Bort» of ïaticy Boat .ad Yacht Pails j also every description of Wood and Iron Frame Awnings, for Stores,(JaUerles,Offices, Steamboats, stii., at moderate pflcis. 1 RVBRY DRSORIPnoW 09 a-A-ivri» iFUÄasrnroTRB, BOOB iß ; Portable Camp Cota, Çhairs, Stools, Always ou band in any qu^ptity, ALSO EVKRY DESCRIPTION 0 V American, Foreign & Fancy Flags, Skamboats' If S/vins' Burgees, JAüK PJRNKANTS, KTC. on banU and maids t. order. Fall Ropes, Slings, etc.,spliced and furnished at a moment's notice. Jllocks of every description strapped. TRUNKS NEATLY COVERED. N. B.—Particular attention paid to getting ttp in superior style and llnish, a l Sorts of Plain or Fancy Embroidered Silk Flags or Banners, for Military or other Companies; and also to the Manufacturing: of Circus Tetets, having had tnueb experience In that lino. All articles of I'MVass will be warranted proof against rpt or mildew. nov2-y TUOS. B. B0DLEÏ & €0., No. 9, PER DIDO STREET, (ADjOmWO MA80NIÖ BnlLblBO,) OFKtcK, No. I«8, GttA VIKH BTKGET, NÊW ORLEANS, LA. Clroslar Saw Mills, Stationary and Portable Steam Engines, Circular Cross Cut Mill and Ma ley.Saws,<Jorn Mills, WTieat, Mills, And Bolting .Apparatus, Shafting Pallies And Belting. all nsacaiexiüNs or PLANTATION" MACHINERY AND AGRÏOULTUH AL I1WPLEMBNT« WK KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HA^fD A full supply of CAH ECARTS. PLANTA. TION AND KOADWAOONB, TIMBKR WHEELS AND WHEELBARROW^, from the well known Factory of JOSHUA UODLE V, WHEEUNO, VA. W b have connected with extensive Fomdries and Maohltie Shops in St.. Ix>ui«, Louisville, ('io Ciynstiand Pittsburg, tbrou^b which we are pr« pared to corttraCt for any class of machin«ry, on most favorable terms, and deliver abywhtre north èf New Orleans, free of freight. TIIOS. IT. BODLEY & CO. oot21-y .VOTICE. r I"*FIE undersigned hiiye renewed tljeir, A former Partnership, and will tramiasibuàt' ness under the name of STEVENS * SEYMOUR, Httkiii oid stand, Nos 90, and 0H Common St., opposiffc the City Hotel. E. R. STEVENS. - Per W. K. SuvMooa. . j W. E. SEYMOUR. fjf.w O hlkans , July 1, lfjliS. ylS PAPER, STATIONERY —AND— KAN OY GOODB. Warehouse, Nos. 96 and 08 Common St. Y\JE are now receiving by almost every »V arriva) a large stock of PK1NTINÖ, WRITING AND WRAPPING PAPER, PAPER BAG.«, BLANK BOOKS, STATIONERY of all Kinds, And FANCY UOODS. Received per steamer Evening Star and ship Freedom— 44 cases CAP and LETTER PAPER. 40 reams COTTON SAMPLING PAPER. 10 cases SCHOOL SLATE.-.. 200 dozen WEBSTER'S SPELLING BOOKS. 150,000 PAPER BAGS, all siies, from M to 2£fl> COMBS, NEEDLES, PINS, TOOTH BRUSHES, And a general assortment of FANGT guoos . For sale at reduoed prices. JSTEVENB & SEYMOUR, july!8 98 and 98 Common street. jfliHsissippi Hotel, 120... ..CHARTRES STREET ...120 Corner of St. Louis, NEW OHLEAofS, LA. MR if AUBKRT. whose nirnlsbed rooms, Char tres street, between St. Louis and Toulous?e, were so welt known, has Just opened the Missis sippi Hotel, No. 120 Chartres street, corner of St. Louis. TRAVELERS will find in the above establish ment FURNISHED ROOMS, (it moderate priées; they may also bav. their MKAI*S, by tbe day or by the Week. All will meet with that, comfort which, fort.n years, has be»« found In A ubbit"» Hernie. oeta8-3œ N. 0. ADVERTISEMENTS. W f i» j?IKK M. LA PET FEB ,A ; BROTtllÄ. PIKE, LAPEÏRE & BROTHER, „B ANKER fc}(, DTALIR» IH , , FOREIGN & DOMESTIC EXCHANGE, BONDS, STOCKS, COIN AND xjjNrcxjïiREixrT NOTES. OFFICE O» CAMP STREET, Between Cîiflftl ami Common Streets, New Orlean«, La. declî-y . „ . j, , !. , - ,.... J. i. WABitBi». t. w. da*W?o»t>. WAHREN & CRAWFORD, r V'ii >!•■■ ■ mumt. ' (S«oce«florR to ^Varren, Oillirvoro k Co..) COTTON FACTO Ii 8 —AND- - . COMMISSION MERCHANTS, No, 29CARONCELKT STllEÏT, julyll-6»i* NEW ORLEANS, LA. K. PHITCHAItD, [Formerly Prltcbard k Flowe-.] COTTON FACTOR -AMD— •» COMMISSION MERCHANT, No, Hit Carondelet Stre«»t, NEW ORLEANS, LA. f&T Liberal Cash Advances and Supplies fur nished on consignments of Cotton, 8pgaf, Ao., to hiv address. Refrrcnrei i h'uqnt & K ii . B 'iuksi: i 1'ikr, L apbtrk A I 'hothkr Baton Uouge, La. j New Orleans, La., augij-flm MA VER BBOTIIEHS, Crescent City Steam Tobacco Works N ob 49 and 51 LAPATECTH STRUCT, Sales Room—!*o. 61 Tcltoupltoiiln« St. MAYER brothers , :No. 51 TMIOI IMTOÜLAS STREKT, BETWEEN POYDHAS AND NATÔHÉÛ, New ftrlcntiM, I.a. bsiLKRi* nt j^BAF A CHEWING, à MANÜFACTLRRHS Of Smoking Tobacco and Cigars. A heavy well selected stuck Constantly ob hand. ^ NEW ORLEANS CARPET WAREHOUSE, 19 CHARTREK STREET, n ,i .1J Between Cnnnl »nil (^UMt'-mliouKc. We ; hnve on land and are receiving a large assortment of CARPETING OF ALL KINDS, SUCÉ AS— MEDALLION, VELVET, I WILTON, BRUSSELS, ÏAPESTRY, 3-JPLY, INGRAIN, VENETIAN, HEMP, COTTAGE, &e., FLOOR OILCLOTHS, Of all widths and qualities. MATTING, White checkered and fancy. WINDOW SHADES, Cornices and Bands. TABLE and PIANO COVERS, RUGS. if MATS, ENAMEL CLOTHS, Of various qualities and-colors. COCOA MATTING and MATS, HA'Tlt CLOTH; M; ft.', .fee All of Which We nffer at fOixl^ratu advsiioeS on manufacturer's prices, far cosh. augS-ly A. BIIOUSSEAU 4k CO. FANCY GOODS! FfflWGOODS!! UUÉBLE & CIU URS AU D, 137 .Caiial Street 137 DIRECT IMPORTERS OF FRENCH, ENGLISH iV GERMAN FANCY GOODS, RIBBONS, Ï1 U8IEKY, AtO WJ- E WOULD RESPECTFULLY inlottn country V V buyers, that we are now prcpirtjd to show them the most complete and best selected slock of FANCY GOODS In this city. A hill assortment of BERLIN ZEl'IiyilS— warranted. BELTS and BUCK LES, COM IIS and BRUSHES, of all sorts. THE BEST FKENCII CORSETS, FRENCH PWitKûMêfilKS, And KID GLOVES, A full line of DRESS THIBIM1VGH, BUTTONS, ETC. Come and examine our splen'lid stock, which ha* been se'octetl by our Mr. UULBLB binTnêlf, lu Paris and Germany, so we ft» a y rnSorumeod it for the quality ana Uste of the gooü«, as well ah tbe A STOW I SHIM* I j V liOW PUICKS, W» are enabled to «elî them for. rûhoÈiBK UOÜMM i* PAitïg: NO. 12 FAUBOURG POISSOINNIERK. GUÉBLÉ & ÖOUR8AUD, lä~ Canal street, •eptSO XooroBoUdiSg*. ®kt O E If Kit A L NEWS., A dentist of Edinburgh baa patent ed an ingenious modification of forceps which admits artificialfjr cooled air thiwGgh ita points to the gum, So as to ideaden sensation previously to tlM ex traction of the tooth) and thus render, ing the operation painless. Tbe Messrs Winans of Baltimore, have received a renewal of their con tract from the the Russian Govern ment, for remounting and keeping in göod order, all the movable machinery and oars on the Nicoll Railway, from bt. Petersburg to Mosoow, a distance of about 600 miles. Tltin. Jacob (jullamer, United States Senator from Verrotmt, and who held t he position of Postmaster Genoral in President Taylor's Cabinet, died at Woodstock, Vt., on the 8th Nov., aged Hev*nfy;fbree years. Cablets 1 hair shawls constitute the Jätest rage fashion of New York. They cost a trifle of two or three thousand dollars apiece. Albert Pike baa gone to prosid* over the annual session of the Su prtme Council of tbe thirty-third de gree Masona. ' i I .Jacob Thompson, Secretary of tbe Latevivr under President Buchanan, jbMH i (,()utube r J 9th) left Paris with his wife for a pilgrimage to the Holy Lund. John R. Thompson, formerly of Hichniontl, Va., and well known in litaiary oifcles in the Sonth, is now attached the editorial staff of th* London Morning Herald. The DwDocratio States ticket has been oleted in Colorado. The major ity for the constitution is 155, against negro »uflnlgie 1861. in Wisconsin, tbe majority against negro sucrage is 8000 Capt. Judkins, of the G'unard Lin* •>f ocean steamers, has crossed the Atlantic 500 times in the service of the oômpfcûy, artd now proposes to quit Seatariog. If habit is second nature, he won't be happy on shore. ®STMr. Webster visited Mr. Ad ams a short time before his death, slid found him reclining on a sofa, evident ly m MHe health. 11» remarked to Mr. Adams : " 1 am glad to see you, sir, and hope you are getting along pretty well." Mr. A. replied in the following fig. urative language : " All, sir, quite the contrary. I find t àTta a poof tenant, occupying a bouse omèh shattered by timo. It sways and tradables with every wind, and what is worse, sir, the landlord, as near as I can find out, don't iutend to make any repairs." î ï -— i- V ^ ii g ~~u 1 Oi.RfliCAL Sahca^m.—TIio follow ing bit of sni-caem is from tho Church Journal^ " Wo hear a rumor that the Episcopal Recorder and Western Episcopalian aro going to agitato tho next General Convention to alter tho cjpening words of the • Gloria in Ex ctfait' bo that it shall read: «Glory lie to God on high, and on earth more hanging among men.' But we bitlktve th«ro is no foundation for the story, except t he tone of some of the editorials of those papers." "More hanging among men" would suit some of the religious radical pa pers quite as well as the political radical papers, perhaps a little bet ter. Those sweet löVing gentlemen, the radical religious editors who make long prayers would not ouly devour widows' houses, if tbey could get the chance, but the widows them selves, if we may judçe by the in fernal spirit they manifest.— Louit irillc Journal. tteS~ An editor says his attention was first drawn to matrimony by the skill ful manner in which a pretty girl handled a broom, A brother editor says the manner in which his wife handles a broom is not very pleasant. Äfedr A ferryman, while plying over a river which was only slightly agis ted, was aaked by a timid lady in his boat whether any peraons were ever lost in that river. "Oh, no," said he; "we always find 'em agin tha next day." WàT" The Providence Bulletin calls an exceedingly doubtful story a Hul ftdeiphiad.