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Baton Ronge Tri-Weekty fiazette & Comet.
VOL. XLVIII. OFFICE ON THIRD STREET, OPPOSITE THE BRANCH OF THE LOUISIANA STATE BANK. BATON KÖÜGE, LA., THURSDAY MORNING, "MAY 10, 1866. NO. 42. (City flrflffösioitöl (tata. JOSEPH JOOR, Attorney and Counselor at Law, OFFIOIt WITH BUROKSS 4 OHANKT, Church Street, Union Ronge, !'«• HAVING resumed the practlr« of Law In East Baton II d UK** and adiolnloK parishes, will Klve olose attention to business entrusted to hl» ci». J»nï7-i«o C. I>. FAVROT, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, GOV HT HOUSE SQUARE, Baton Hollge, La. WILL practice In the Parish#« of East and West Bat, .n R ouks and Iberville. Prompt attention will ho given to the collection of all clalMi, note» and accounts. Hcferniri!» i w. r. i'ikk, j. A d . Itozua, n v2-t t JOS»HM*I»AI.IU New 0rIean , VoiMB a lisooktj nvnif .v liEiiiton, ATT< )RN E YS AT LAW, OOUIt T HOUSE SQUARE, Baton Rouge, 1.«. WILL attend to all business In th«lr profession entrusted to them. In this und the adjoining p»rlshes, and lu the city of New Orleans. ao*»7-t i t, c. stav o. w. buck»*« STAFFORD & BUCKNER, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Office, Cor. Laurel k Third St»., up-stalrs, IIA TOW ROUC4K, LA. WM, practica In the parishes of East Feliciana, Knut and West Baton Rouge and Iberville. Bunin»«» entrusted to thorn will receive prompt attention. . SAMUEL P. GREVES, ATTORNEY AT LAW Florida Street, Bat*»» Ronge, La. Willi, attend to all business entrusted to Mm In Kast Iluton Rouge and theadjol inn par ish««. _ 'ft 30 SAMUEL P. GREVES & CO., GENERAL AQENTS, ' OFFICE ON FLORIDA STREET, Union Rouge, Ii«, OFFER their services a« Intermediary of parti«» In the run ting and loaslng of property In <-|ty and enintfy, buying and sailing real estate, col lecting rent», Ao. ft)b3-8n> TIWMAK fiBKKM ToM BVNCM Davidson & Bynum, ATTORN EYSAT LAW* Office ni Baton Hollge, Li». rtLt PRACTICE IN TUB COURTS OF TUR Florida Parish««. »«pt/19-tf w 1. w. bubujw« « b. i. oiiankv. BURGESS k CIIANEV, Attorneys and Counselors at Law, OFFICE ON CHURCH STREET, BCT, CONVENTION k ROIITH boulrvard, IIa ton Kougc, La. ANY hu«lnn»» entrusted to their care In the par ish»» of Kast and West Buton Rouge, Kästelnd Waat Feliciana, l'oint» Coupé» and Iberville, will be promptly attended to. BeptX, J. 0. FUQUA, ) H Ö. KILBO"RNE, Baton Rouge, La. ) Clinton, La. FUQUA & KILBOURNE, Attorneys & Counselors at Law, WILL practic» In the Court» of the Parishes o< Ka»t ana West Baton Rouge, Iberville and East and Went Feliciana. au«l R.W. KNICKERBOCKER, Attorney at Law & Claim Agent WILL nrsctlce In the several Courts of the Fifth Judicial District and in the Supreme Court of Louisiana. Particular attention paid to the settlement of successions. II« ha« al»o made arrangements In New 0i v l«an» and Washington City for th« successful pro» ecutlon and collection of CLAIMS AGAINST TtlH GOVERNMENT. Office on the corner of Fifth and Laurel street» dec» BATON ROUGE, LA. J. J. Kuvk, ATTORNEY AT LAW 1 OFFICE WITH A. M. DUM, ESQ., In Court. Heme Square, feb22 BATON rougk, LA, CLAYTON* B. EV ATT. OiVil 3ES33.8ll33 .OOX* —and— CITY SURVEYOR, ' Office with R. W. K mokkhb«ck]:r , Esq., Cor hit of Fifth und Laurel street«, HA ion ROUO E, LA. WILL attend promptly to all prolesilonal busi ness entrusted to h in. jan '60 ly W. W. McMAIN & SON, REAL ESTATE BROKERS, Accountants & General Agents, aupl'2-8m BATON ROUOE, LA. a. u. HABT ; r. ». BinKST HART & HEBERT, BANKERS, dulc18 i!* EXCHANGE, BONDS, STOCKS, COIN, UNCURREST NOTES, ETC., OFFICE OS LAFAVETTF. STREET, I« TBK old B ane or L ocisiaka, apj-26-ly BATON ROUOB, LA. Justness (ßürbs. JOHN M. TRACY, Justice of the Peace, SECOND WARD, Parish of Kaat. Baton Houge. OFFICE, COU. THIRD AND LAUREL 8T8., Or-STAIlts, over Till sob billiard saloob. F. A. NEPHLER, Justice of the Peace, WARD No. ONE, Office on Boulevard, foot of Third Street. HAVING resumed business, 1 am reedy to at tend to all business and »ult», within the earliest delay» ef tbe law. apr8 DR. KRATZ, OFFICG ON IjAVBEL 8TIIEET, BETWEEN THIRD AND CHURCH, jun2J-tf UATON ROUUK, l'A. Dit. WILLIAM HEYNAUD, OiTcr« hi» prnfcsslondl service» to the public of Baton liougo and vlclolty. OFFICE ON CHURCH STREET, The name heretof or e occupied by Dr. R. H. D at »pr'i-8ui LEVI KELLUM, HOUSE AM) SIGN PAINTER, (.HA7.1ER, PATER IIANGER, WHITE WASHER & WALL COLOIIEB, Corner of Lafayette und Slnln Bta., BATON It0U0 E, LA. WOULD respectfully inform the public, that he I» now prepared to «xerutr, at the shortlist notice, all work that may be entrusted to him In hl» line, at the lowest o nil prl««». III» long acquaintance In this community ren ders it unnecessary to refer, except to his previous engagements. apr2tl ly BATON ROUGE MARBLE WORKS, J. SMOLLEN St CO., mancpactbrkiis Of TOMBS, MONUMENTS, HEADSTONES, MANTELS, ETC., MAIN STHKET, apf2ß-ly BATONJtOUGK, LA. M. J. WILLIAMS, WORKKIl IN Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron» HAVING established hmmeif in the above business, In this city, re- A ipectfully solicits the public patronage. OltSiCnns, Planters and others, needing work in his line,will please send in their orders,and they will be promptly attended to. Work gusrant««(l. Shop adjoining, and North of Beal's Variety Store, on Third »treet. julyl JOHN TILANO, WOIIKK& IN Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron. HAVING eltabdshed himself again In theabov» business, in Baton Itonge, most respecllully lufnrms hl» old friends and th« public gennraiiy, that he is prepared to do all work In his line. All repairing attended to with di'*|inti'h. Shop on Main street, near the Catholic Church. augl-tf F, FERRILLAT, Watchmaker A' Jeweler, FROM GENEVA AND PARIS, WATCHES, CLOCKS AND JEWELRY, REPA I RED A T SHOR T NO TICE, I» THB VKRY BKHT BTTLR. THE LATEST STYLES OF JEWELRY, ALWAYS ON HAND. Lnfayette Street, Baton Kougc, Ln, JÄIS1ES McVAY, ARCHITECT AND BUILDER, BATON ROUGE, LA, #9, Ord«rs left at tbe Hardware Store, opposite the Bank Building, on Third street, will be promptly attended to. julyl-tf F. E. PKOTN. HOBT. L. PftÀfN. PRUYN & BRO„ CARPENTERS, GIN WRIGHTS -AND— Press Bx3.ilca.ors BATON ROUGE, LA. Order« left at J%streinpkl A McGortnlck'« Drug Htore will m«et prompt attention. juljl-6m E. GOURRIER, SURVEYOR AND CIVIL ENGINEER, BA, TON Ii OU a E, LA. WILL attend tn Running out and F»tabli»hlng Lines. Leveling, Laying off Can*!» and Lev «e». Draughting Plantation Maps Architectural Designs, Mechanical Invention», Ac. C pho* in the building northwest corner of Lau rel and Church streets. apr3-lyw JUST RECEIVED at the Sign of the Big Fadlork, Third M. Briar hooks, TRACK CHAINS, MEAT CUTTERS. BUTCH UK KNIVES, GUN TUBES, HOES k RAKES, MORSE BRÜSI1ES, CURRY COMBS, GUN WIPERS, SAUSAGE STUFFKRS, hand axes. HATCHETS and HAMMERS. mar2T JAMBS McVAV. tocmrs, |Jr0Uisions, €tr. O. WALD KIRCH, pkai.rr ix FAMILY GROCERIES, CROCKERY PLANTATION SUPPLIES, Wine », Liquors , Tobacco , &o., MAI» 8TWEST, 0PP08ITK THE SUMTER HOUSE, BATON KOUGK,LA. The licit market I'rlec pnhl for Cotton* ^ mar8I-6m JOSHUA BEAL, Corner of Third and Convention Sts., BATON EODsV LA. general dkai.kh in WESTERN PRODUCE, FAMILY A PLANTATION SUPPLIES, SCHOOL. BOOKS, STATIONERY, FANCY GOODS AND NOTIONS GENERALLY. PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES, flr Terra» Cash. jnlyl IT. "W-AJX:, »kaik» m FAMILY GROCERIES And—— PLANTATION SUPPLIES, EAST OF CO UR T HO USE SQ UARE fobS Trlangdlar Building. HIMON MENDELSOHN, ukalkil in GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, WINES, LIQUORS, Tobacco, (Ignis nnd Family S tiji(»lIts, CoïlNRR L akavf.tte and florida S t HÄKTH , junelT BATON ROUGK, LA. A. _ BLUM, —Dealer In— I)ry Goods, Groceries, Provisions And PL A NTA TION S UP PLI ES GENERA LL Y, —A 1.80— Crockery, Tin, W imm! «t Willow-ware, Store, Cor. Africa and St. Napoleon Sts., BATON ROUGE, La. Determined to keep a full and well •elected stock of articles such as go to make up a first-rite variety »tore, A. BLUM hopes to merit and receive an Increased amount af pat ronage. He respectfully invites his old customers and the public at large, to continue their calls as usual, assuring them of his determination to please and natlBfy tbem In every particular. july6~tf GROCERY —and— PROVISION »HOUSE, PLANTATION SUPPLIES. E. R. BECK WITH THIRD ST., CORNER OF LA ÜREL, BATON ROUGE, LA. constantly on hand every variety of PLANTATION SUPPLIK». ISW~ Planters and others would do well to call before purcha ing elsewhere. Cotton bought at highest market rates. july6-8mo». M. GRANARY, dealkr in WESTERN PRODUCE, FAMILY GROCERIES -AND Plantation Supplies Generally. BEGS LEAVE to INFORM his FRIENDS and the public at large, that he will ktep on hand fresh and full supplies of all articles in the provision lino, which he will sell em terms to suit the cash basis of trade. A liberal share of pat ronage is respectfully solicited, at his stand pn Third street. julyl DR. 1). L. McKITRICK, XDEKTTjfVXj SURGEON, LAUREL STREET, NEAR THIRD, (Next door to Otto's store,) BATON ROUGE, LA. Teeth extracted without PAIN, by the rb*itriefnrcep*— a new way of applying electricity. This is a perfectly safe remedy, producing no bud effects—the most delicate con stltatioiia are rather benefited than injured by it. Lei the suffering people come and give It a trial. The poor can have their teeth extracted free of charge, if they are not able to pay. feblfi. FIRE BRICK. I A AAA PITTSBURG FIRE BRICK, for sale at 4"iUUU the lowest market rates, by D. P. SCOTT, feblO at Baton Rouge Coal Dépôt. f ümmiööiöii JWrrrljcots. A. 8. AKOIIEB. VH. HENDKBMON. ARCHER & HENDERSON, FOEWAKDINO & COMMISSION »-AND—, GENERAL STEAMBOAT, COLLECTION —an»— PURCHASING AGENTS, Third street, Ilaton Bouge, I-a. rkvkr bt permission to i C.ipt. P. D. Pratt, I Capt ,Ino. McLean, N.0. " W. B. Richardson. | H. W. Taylor, N. 0. ' Ë. R. Beckwith, Baton Rouge, La. auglO JULIUS O. BOGEL, COMMISSION MERCHANT, and dkalkk IM Plantation and Family Supplies, COR. MAIN AND LAFAYETTE «TS., Jaïyl8 BATON ROl'Cr.LH, F. OTTO, COMMISSION MERCHANT, *—AND—' WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DSALKK IN DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, GROCEEIES, ,—AND—% PLANTATION SUPPLIES ; WINES, LIQUORS, CIGAR3 AND TOBACCO, CROCKERY AND TIN WARE, AND ALL KIND» OF IV E S TE R N P 11 O D UCE, * Received per steamers almost daily. F. O tto respectfully announces to his friends and customers and the public generally, that hl» stote having been removed from its former stand, adjoining Day's Drup store, to the large store and warehouse building, ON THE SOUTH EAST CORNER OF THIRD AND LAUREL STREETS, He is fully prepared to keep on hand one of the largest and most varied assortment of the above art Ices to be fouad In the city of Baton Rouge. With his Increased and increa«lng facilities fur obtaining and storing merchandise, he is enabled to meet all present and future demands, and there fore invites the special attention of purchasers to 'hat fact, hoping by a spirit of accommodation to please all. and to always sell on as reasonable terms as the state of the markets will permit, to secure a lib ral share of regular patronage. Please call before purchasing elsewhere auglO-tf J. C. BOGEL N. B. BERM1NGIIAM BOGEL & BERMINGHAM, AUCTIONEERS —AND— Commission Flercliauts, BEO to anno ince to the public, that they arc prepared to attend to all general business in the sales of MERCHANDISE, PRODUCE, FURNITURE, REAL ESTATE, II0R8ES, MULES, CATTLE, BUOfllES, CARRIAGES, AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, and every de scription of Property. Regular sales, every Saturday, at 10 o'clock A. M. dcc30-6m A. LeBLANO , AUCTIONEER & GENERAL AGENT, THIRD ST., NEAR THE BANE, Uaton Rouge, La. Gives his especial and prompt at lent ion to the private and out door Auction Sales Of REAL ESTATE, MACHINERY, SUCCESSIONS, SADDLES A HARNESS, CARTS and WAGONS, Farming IMPI.KMENTS, Horses, Mules,Cattle and other 1,1 ve Stock, BUGGIES, PRODUCE, CARRIAGES, GROCERIES, FURNITURE, DRY GOODS, LIQUORS and other articles on consignment The best references given when required. Remittances promptly made to any point. Storage furnished until day of sale. REGULAR SALE OF SUNDRIES, Every THURSDAY, At II o'clock, A. M. At Sales Room, on Third Street, near the Bank. A. LeHI.ANC, jan23 Auctioneer and General Agent. CAMILLO QUINTEKO, DEALER IN HAVANA CIGARS, CIOARETTA8 Smoking and Chewing Tobacco, SNUFF, PIPES, ETC., Corner o f Third and Florida streets , BATON ItOUGK, LA. IN ADDITION to his large assortment of the best brands and oualitie* of all articles in the line of a Tobacconist, CAMILI.Ö QUINTEKO, keeps alio on hand a choice variety of "Notion»," such as fine Pocket KrUtes, SUUinmry, etc.. to which he Invites public attention, guaranteeing to givs satisfaction to »11 customers, julyl-tf Jrugs, JHcbifiafs, 0r. WILLIAM BOGEL, wholesale and rrtail deat.sk in DRUGS, CHEMICALS, 3Vr EXDXCX3ST ES, PAINTS, OILS & DYE STUFFS, Lafayette St., BATON ROUG E, HAS now on hand and Is constantly receiving direct from the Europeau and Northern mar kets fresh supplies of DRUGS, MEDICINES, PATENT MEDICINES, PAINTS and OILS, STATION ERY, PURE WINES, LIQUORS, CHESSMEN and BOARDS, POCKET CUTLERV, SCHOOL BOOKS, PLAYING CARDS. FANCY ARTICLES, . PERFUMERY, S0AP3, BLACK and OREEN TEAS, GUNS, PISTOLS, POWDER, SHOT, CAP? FISHING TACKLE, CARTRIDGES, POWDER FLASKS. SHOT POUCHES. GAME BAGS, MEERSCHAUM and WOOD PIPES, SMOKING and CHEWING TOBACCO, VIOLIN and GUITAR STRINGS. MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, GARDEN SEEDS, CONFECTIONERY, PHOTOGRAPHIC ALBUMS, MUSIC BOXES, py P hysicians ' puigouiiTioss carefully prepared day or night. novlS FRESH MEDICINES, DRUGS, PERFUMERIES -AND MISCELLANEOUS ARTICLES. t JASTREMSKI A MoCORMICK respect fully give notice that they have always oa baud a fresh supply uf MEDICINES, ETC,-, Which they guarantee to bu pure ; also a choice assortment of PEKFUMEKY, from the most celebrated manufactories, compris Ing— LUBIN'S, Madam DU HAND'S, BAZIN and WRIGHT'S. A fine assortment of. E8SENCES FOR HANDKERCHIEFS, —AND— SCKN'I'KO SOAPS. All kinds of fresh genuine MINERAL WATERS Pure LIQUORS, vis: French and American BRANDIES, WHISKY—Rye and Bourbon, PORT WINE, HIIKRRY and MADEIRA; Genuine Holland GIN, Pure SCilNAPM, French Patent Medicines, viz: SIROP DE BRIANT, SlitoP DK FLORE, SIROP DE LAMOURIKUX, LIQUEUR LA VILLE, ELIXIR ANT1-GLAIR0UX, INJECTION BRAN, LEROY'S MEDICINES, VIN DE SEGUIN, PERCHLOKMER DE FER DE Pli AVAR, I1UILLE DE FOIE DK MORUE DE TOUGIIS, .. (de Hogg. Will receive by the next steamer a fresh lot o Paten t Medicine», direct from manufacturers. WINTER ßARDEN SEEDS—just received COAL OIL and COAL LAMPS—a variety on hand. LEECHES always on hand. All orders from Ihn country carefully jmt up and promply attended to. JASTItEMSKI & jNcCOKMICK. tW Store nearly opposite the Branch of the Louslana State Bank. jull II. il. WABDIIMOO. HAVING purchased the DRUG STORE, Q on Main St., i'aton Roug», known as WÜ "HAYNES' DRUG STORE," respectfully Inlorui their city and country *8 friend« that they are prepared to furnish, and wili keep constantly on band, supplie, of FRESH AND GENUINE MEDICINES, PERFUMERIES, and all other^rtlcles in their Hoe. A share of the public patrouage Is respectfully solicted. octli-tf House Furnishing Establishment. A. BAUMSTARK, DEALER IN BEDSTEADS, ARMOIRS, BUREAUS, SOFAS, CHAIRS, Willow-ware, Varieties, &c., LA FA YETTE STREET, apr !7 Baton Rouge, La. p. a. kuolxr* mi J. R. HACKNEY Livery & Sale Stable, [/• ^ KUCiLKK & HACKNEY, S t. L oci » SraEirr, near T ub M ährst H ootk , BATON ROUGE, LA. Keeps constantly on hand to hire, CAR RIAGES, BUGGIF8, IIACK3 and HORSES. jSy-Korsale: CARRIAGES,BUGGIES,HORf ES and MULES. BROOMS. THE Institution for Mutes and BUrd are now manufacturing BROOMS, of wh'cb they have on hand several dozens—equal, if not superior to any in the market. Merchants would do well to call at the Institution before purchasing eh#, where. A. K. MARUN, tjup«riai«n4ent. 1 te [From the Brooklyn (N. Y.) Eagle.] CORRY O'LANUS' EPISTLE. Gen Grant in Brooklyn— How he Came to Come How he ie to be Treated when he get« lier*— Programme of the Exhibition at the Academy. D kar E aols: (ionoral Grant is coming over tone# ui on Monday. IIo liaa boon doing Now York. I told him while hewis in thi* vicinity bo had hotter drop over and nee Brooklyn. Ile aaid he would if he had timo. Seward came on thedav before yeiterdny with wnfd that Andy Jotmaon thought be cortld rtin Washington alone for a few day«, and take care of Thad. Htophenn and other '•Dead Duoka." Andy hn» got hi* back tip nnd is not go ing to atand any moro nonsense. Having settled the Tennessee rebeln he thinks he can polish off the Massachusetts and Peinisylvat.ia guerrillas. It w 11 be safe to bet on Andy. I haro a great "deal of confidence iu Andy. Ko has Grant. lie therefore concluded to stay a few days and do Brooklyn. I should havo invited him to dinner, but Mrs. O'Lnnns is oleaning house, and she wouldn't like tlio General to seo her house wbon Illing» were no upside down. I explained this to Grant and being a family man himself ho understood how it was timl exensod me. I told bim wo coold getan oyster sup per at Phil. Grogan'a, and that Grodjlnski ko pt ?K|iit8l scgars. The General, like ruyuelf is fond of a good scgar. .Nearly all Kreut men amoke. It clears the intelleot and brightens the ideas. As that bnrlgo Is not built yet, tlio Gen oral will come over in a ferry-boat. I shall mfiet. him in the ferry-house, an(I take him up Fulton street, show him th« Kugle fifflco, and the site of tho pump that Bofrgs nulled up. We shall then take a car ride up to the City Ilall and let him admire the fountain. After refreshing 1 shall take him a walk around the Heights, and point out to him the location of New York, Governor's Island and New Jertey. I shall show him tlio Academy of Musip, the Park Theatre, Plymouth Church, and Ilooley'B Opera Ilonso. I f the weather is fine and tho road in gn"d condition I shall hire a boggy and ti.If- the Gni.cral out on the Coney Is!afid mod. in lend to treat the General hand somely. I alwuya had a high regard for the Gen eral. Whon ho wanted moro men forhisaTmy in Virginia I sent my wife's cousin to re inforce him. 1 have no doubt the General feels grato ful for this, and that is why ho came to pro mine to come to Brooklyn. He wants to soe the city wheie disinter ested patriotism found a home. In the evening wo shall give a publio reception ut tlio Academy of Musio, whero I filial I havo the pleasure of introducing to the public tho great military hero at tho ago. Tbe publie will bear fn wind that tbe Generals ei gagement at the Academy wijl ho limited to one night only. Tho following Is the fuogbamujt at tbk academy. The (ienoral will appear in his much ad mired costume of blue coat, brass button» and shoulder-straps. To avoid mistakes of identity I shall ap poar in a black coat with a white necktie. Wo shall march with military escort on to the platform. Mu»iobytho band; enthusiasm by tbe aiidienco; waving of handkerchiefs by the ladies. Tlio General will then be introduced anil bow to tho audience who are expected to hurrah us long as thoy can stand it. The General is used to noise. The General will bo welcomed to Brook lyn in a neat speech. To which the General will rospond to tho efloct that he don't make speeches. Which will he received with immense satisfaction by the audience. Cheers and waving of handkerchiefs and libitum. (N. B. The audience are requested lo bring clean handkerchiefs,and economlso their perfumery—tho General has smelt powder, but he can't smell everything.) Subsequently tbe atidienao will be intro duced to the General individually with tho privilege of shaking hands. Shekes will be limited to two seconds each. As the General has only got two hands he can't shake bands with three people at once. Tho audience are requested not to ask the General any irnportinent questions. Such us his opinions of the Freedmon*» Bureau; whether Thad. Stephens ought to be hung; or who's'hls hattor? The General 1» very reserved in his opinions, and when he has any he prefers to keep them to himself. People will be allowed to say "lïow are yon General," "Glad to see you,"''"Hope you're well," and similar observations of a brief and friendly character. Elderly ladies will bo permitted to say "God bless you, General." Gushing young ladies will under no circumstances be allowed to kiss the Gen eral in public. It would overcome him, he is so bashful. Besides, Mrs. Grant might object to it, and Bot let him come here again. If they must embrase somebody they can call on me. Mrs. O'Lanus won't be jealous, if she don't hear of it. After the cxerciaes ara over the General will retire. The audience are also expected to retire. If they don't the Janitor will put them out, When the audience ate all out, the Jani tor will put the gas out and go to bed. I havo engaged the 23d Regiment, to give a military aspect to the scene, and make the General, who is Vory military in bis habits, feel at home. The 23d Regiment will bring their Band along, to furnish the music, which will consist of selections from the national ( Continued m, lowth Pag«.)