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D A NIfEL flE:ý ! T T.....Edlktw. -N W1 kW1C~dN. LA.: -*0~)~.. ...lCI-~t~ Bev. I'D.oilhe will prepa a tahe )m d;st.h.arc i iisakis, a adis hiiis, at 11 edoek a. _. Dr. Eads hn bees prde.sie lasI. .t haJ beee thels .'s,, wed that mthese i. aie ,iO dla i aeeplsrk t o the omepiracy. irt tY o mtmt' sheot tseety :be ,,,,..a..-.tam ~ ,.ereade Sthe r~T Sie4 g ib la swh s ear 1h. equal to M.&UM barrea o 40 galtuas ese. Aeioedipg to the GIalv tolma tedo state wsr.t. tha( t r has reeaedd up 'to dM 1it ,mho of entte this n ag.fet, agPesth sestur. eIaw mI.Iog is tquoed at liee .. As i says Neat Mrs. Lincoln thb been 4py to remain at Ilkea-Bead :he gaming bosems dthe. whiK . siepthd. Thealoe ftt tt fraem bie to (ie middle of arch. Take up a good hall of eartli with them and they will esrely gro#. if properly attended to after w ls. The Senate dIn't aIsNe i lnlred tle o S-pi the Tea" d h -OSee n t. though SGranA friends prefes to be very cone5lent. Psiesadea is splken of as Seoretary of State. ati the Ne* Yorkers ae trying nt *get Morgan in a Serertary of the Tremary. The &Soah is rterrwhenr eu eIpt in Arkan-as. in spite f the dead eights of robbers it Ins to carry. In tom It1ns there wUl be plenty of mhy in all lb. Southern States. ' Sprv chick as are making their apriean mace hf thousads on the Teche and 16 the Attwakapa prairies. and so are the spring ` hawks. The free last Monday and Tuesday soalght it ius ased may have iujed the fruit through thins ea.i •f tey te. I- is eu tye ,,lis t wbha e.hea tsk ; ih s eap bha 4 ,Tih ' treeay qsatic is el agais. .hi s ins aet thu wwalnet 40a darbitratiesi." C Its isad that khe United States me gas pald r A the hr eM adrdNkeetio is. Siteed as their acommaree ad tary by ame Eq as.y BSagr pehd s a *5d i Sdh Iu estais eaidsa as n e P e aldf'* Bt - stlpslitdae that pis wbite-e.ph will4 st, aelb t . 40 hest Wnte pemstheal 4prwatk. September-why not amia ? Setis Carn.-anere of nor platers say 'their a, ed cate is keeping admirably: other. compmlas that theirs is badly speuled. If the woster prers farerable Ia March moet of the planter. e their seed cane uand d o w e l l sl w Tarte yong people are Nai she dapaifter Lest Ityraulaeo . hbe a ee ltihi. 4.urt. The preeeds are t4 he appid towards establileag a rediag. roan far dthe sa dl rhe deire to spend their suse hear. pitari ly. New Iberia teak the .il i this matter. ad Pranklin ib etiug tp her eamepLe. In the uasbly repost tf the Agulesitael Da eepeitr Ja.nary. sll. LInd.han I s .nts mal g1Wns a lhgger avere yield or huau pew. per as . sam. . .rathe ualet .thu Ualen. ;Orw. It ehl. pn N. slu. . ..aiad Altseea nse. It ure I ~it 4atiitW e Ar t ~ . I 'Fi 4.] S * AI TRIG. . We ler that fe htak s R er is tobe eleai to laran J. Wsas.,w blieve sthe e thldkidhis. papr is be a&sre. and tbe rigs it at Fatl kis bps that i iI be .neftp.l ham. be may as ,Jve4tg .en t..houn da.u, amas b-w- JaIp That i, the trick boe m rd (frm the Badi-l Seeditor at Alaatadrl, wo ie the ltght a a e hitpn omie, sad then elteied heavy 4damages from the town. We hupe the people of Franklin will not gratify this wandering ergan grinder. Let bhi put his sleahiunebs wheels, and gv from beaus to boouse all over the parish if he chooses. It will co thea-payers of the parish not more' than ten thousand caear for this kind of Radical music, and if the tax-payers are mstisfd, let him grind. The editor of the Register says the peo( of the parish have " acoeped the situaion," and that means that they wil. hold still, and wont hurt such fellows as be while he pets his hands in the tax-psyer's iocet t, and pays himbself for the trouble and virtue of being lay 1. If thetW..tea " were to bs planted in any county inMio, and to make itsuel by its immy meanness despid by q he -a of o f, inhliiiea an rea in Lst euawtry, and then dear ten thousand a year fir its insults and meanness, does any buody suppose %ie people would object to such a shees ? Would they hesitate fl a moment to shell out the ten thousand a yer ? If they should object to it theireproperty ought t, be confscated and their Legislature ought to rob them, and publish the moat ihb famous lies and slanders about them! Come on, Mr. Register, we would be dulighted to see )-u at Franklin. Our people are at A oirpet-bag editor in Hustnea got mad thi other day because the e-ditor of te Haoustou Times called him a liar and - -coundrel, etc.. and determnined to shoot tle. editor of the Houstom Tim.es. The carpet hag individual .paraded btp and down a .tre-t fir some houri Witing for the. Tin e us man. Praerutly Time.t m..o one... Carpet-bagger fires quickly-first shot takes effect aU sign-board hnmu.diately soer his owan head; ne-t shut inflipta a mortal wound on t tittle buy standing at rit.lt-angles fmeu the tlue range. At this stage. the' carpt-bagger. fearing, no doubt, to comit furthm-r havoc amamegat an inuoernt lpo lation, dives int.' a eve.uni.nt doorwly. )jut as Col. kinneuy. (mis. Times ra.) jgt mready to te-t..r fre Hbth partie havee ber arrested, and both are charge.d ithi the mourder of theo littlek y. .sraly btil ouisht to bue waruing to car p-*t-.agger.' Wha.te the use of ge-tting .t asded aebut iathlbtg ! t.wAr PaUld.--This week we ar-sbua oar railway press i~ nu fe-tproud of our stkebrrr it. W..- w w think thes prehave. fe"gry lever press was too slow fmr our ideas of progress. We watnt to try our apeed on a oltarmr amn better track. The oa-teral and caeal boat wodle of re-ting our wares to market we* dont't believe in. We now was t everybody to take the BANeaa. and to ad v-rtie*. and Jay up Never mind shout praising time HANmEaM if you only patrmizU andpay the oSee. That policy will lay for ear pr.ssand give as .t eugth. sed hiop.amnd isy. macu better tean a.1 praise and e- pay. The At.akagmes M.-gite-r bis thee ecal oian oft Gev. Warmaeth l the parish .f St. Ir9 aa ut ten meaw ithe- lparih etb.eribe b- it. t tify ever se it. Th.e lwers oant St ge- ibold kf snmblrs that eonatain lgal sales ad MntiOe-s, and parties wh. pr, pnosrty is dvtised Is itpemplary that bauddy khnows he-u the- praupurty Is tea he sod mx say tha heriet sad the- p14sit. How does verybitly filk that kind of. triok h. P aoayrtr of the-231 cam taw ia Sew type bw bsrglaalag to i'ma. It bleks .aa--!my arat. aidit was always war of thie W QA. $ jsuaIab in she laud. It wears ikt .bear.s .weq *7. Age deea mt ih mu it bwd eudhnk. Ith is w thirty -mue. yamd sr laks as eas b it aay eta us.. US te e so d of d. May i mter wi*~ss4taaeetb Lusdhei ..m 1' tett~e b-umlh~rurM~ba _u Rieletrro a 16b flu"am r pru v Srhwersmter syrup bu k tai .sagas best Is I can .mE am we islsU tut mftu rw rr a far _ ;L I" " is LvW wa n;.i~r he s9 - hss.mm - tad dbmp the w. ,a~~iiS p. O lLw· br·o et SL· aCI. 'liwassa "aa. s .f wtr' slkgar taub sea k sad I. yai s lU mmass e '` i£?*s b Ma pase d peeb4 S-rr l s 4Wa 4ssb abs r ý `" - " '·· ebadd mrm t 4.· S Ua 3 la .e4 8. 1p ed la. at M4d Obie e avers yield at s a- gap spepr I abe the four hsdig Wester. Suaes in the year 17 war 10!i galles, valued at $71 94. The ltgest yield was in Bi, 182 pgaioes per sre, vaieed at 67 eta. per gallon. The same year the average value of an acre of wheat was 20 07 ; of corn $15 82; of eat $12 21. In L .uiiaua. a low average last year, would be a hogshead and a ha.of sugar per acre, and 70 gallons of molasses. Ia, Aae..Maart 0et1 ...... ..............6 300 to sa. .M..s. yO ma el. ............... .e IOU? 54 When we give esteamea the figures wua stand thes: a bh.a . r, 33 l 1. 2 et. ............ f s 0 s5 g maest... a....., as Not....... ....... ...6 seas o At the present prices of sugar and se. .lasses a single acre of sugar cane way .,ield five hundred dollars in cuar ency. tad Mr. Ileynard, of Chareeton, nine mailmw fru this p.ace, owned a small sugir mill last year, his crop of sugar and molas sea from his own individual labor, would have netted him over five thousand du.lars. The charge has bees.. s n that large amospt..t of fireign puegars have been sn*rg gikd thbr g.rc York iuto the Western tale sinnc he year Idti7. 1kJt us aee. Biel he L ttook *al t 00 a001 hugIs reuds of soug to Kspj b* ea st and uteo-west, the Mississippi and llnches. According toi the New York Shiiepi.g and Commereial'List ti foreign sugars arriving at New York in 16d "asuuucted to 1id.146 hlogslhads. aud New Orleans. timne hr o.n ear, received.......................4...... ........ i9 412 Estimated crep of LouieauuU......... 40.JtU C- 9t6.412 The same year tie same authority states. that but 1.616 ihstigeads eof Lmuiri.La subgar arrived at New York. Largtl quantittes of tore-ign sugars must lave reacheld ti-- West tureengh New York. tetg.h lithe £rrights were msumh clheajer by *a) of New Orlenasa. sitnce. durises the snse y..r. large nuanstities ot freighets. Wree slhlpped Iroº hNew York to, Chicago i w1i New Orlerains. o act*uuetl of Itreghlts bring che-per by the latter roUle of Iwarly 001) aheiles than Icy the termer route od less than 1U0O. Tes!ee fccis and figures ailtrsgly ihiciate that sugar has beaen smug ghil enute.islvely ihnt the West tariff free-, or mearly so. NortCrs.-Those who owe this oie r feor advert'aniug hhirt sahs asd other legal ads ertisnenta oust pay theirsecousn sat tass .elce, or to as authorised cullector of our accounts. We wish again to reamu ialt who owed th- o ,ee o tt firet of Jasusry. Idlim that they mut save tweedy iEt tast. b. paying their accounts 1t our f,.reasu, or to' the e-uitr, before tlhrrlt gf MSrircb.'i Tli. .ho wait to be called upon by a acel -. pay the tull Un.,uit due. asd umeiye ohd debltrs. who act as th.ti.g they never luttead to pay. will have ei.ts to pa) Had those who owe mthis cf. paid u1 in January. as twiy should have done, thisl ..;te- would. ere this. have been tompietel rg.-twerated by the aid of a nsew prewse. new dress, and new life infused into our eoleumiei. We are wost woirkting to ccomplish thiat object by the fret o.f March. WASHHiNGTO1N Fr. G . u2(e. RrckiLa ridge' leave. lver t..-a'5ht tuoie 1.s clhildren at Wanhimgtoe CoUrle.. River stationary at CLarn do the,.2.1. and aaow falling. Alin woaewinag at Memphis. River rwdillng at St. Lesi.. River stasti.am .rjr at Louiavil . ne the 23 j-tru fort is the Caoton in the New Orleans market is quotetd at amen 23 ito 2ao. Lau.izhlaa sagar at 8} tu 151. from inf.ri..r to chice. Molasses. 65 to at cents per gallon. Four $6 to $7 5O. Corn ON cents. Loujialaa riceS8 to 91 cents. Pork iii 5. Laud 213 orns. Thu' task eLf re-adarsctrauc the K.uth i.. equal to .bat of eiviliaiax a habauiaa'. roae that Iairp never know the v.4.1mg iduiaeUCUe .lfwducatlea and riesiaaa.-(lNew Albman; (lad.) 4 '.um.nrgl The -- ra e eibr lf edueatiatka and ty4rc " woh aa never, mak# a geithlemas of th, mutt sheaded Ilainleir whe widet the abor. shLadrr.-Llrnr .sum Rapaldicau. Only think! Warsaoh and his LegiCtaeurr mmd bin w t eIYp Rssouiates. eliofal the painata, latIyrena rfkaats. pqaehera and epif Leedataus' Pa they 'slade d par .arllatg nid fains. wlta+ee guee lf tLh N Ter n L Jmq e ts " Is, their system ot ehrialhay god .daenaa*? OeVeapa.nirwle fv... Pdalote Corepe givee the Cbree'tusg n n that Grand Lrwe- i. patfe-tly .eearne Th- work will he. ena ..skatof t Lidmed Iby the tenth " f Marclh. aned Veuatsisuel Kennety will retire whith freak wean lar*4 as the ehaenplon Levee~e bfmA of Iaephina Ih i..Ohyw ia neH ha -t +evg plamed ea the oictede and as IWashed Ssense phleea nwitha en right fort ahee the peisseat water Ma.. The_- Lr l is rrif it-esu Gweeeie fetr. JlnrigaaluanuiI the ntevisrktpaeahs 4.-sd by tie waterr. [ram the ace,.- e. work 40 their "Spoons *454, perfect e.saijdreaee flat tb-v Onys willnathe bkebitd by nay "ovema.w m flhe sunald iv.e. *[atae sag Advocate. H IVPtýAK. 14b $3.-The stoaser Loiaje ui.Mswdhvt fun mVera CM wish ditm Nriqati hgbas, uin mee r, armie lminsa. e s iernef phsfemit e lb aib t' , Mutt Of %W 'An i6I WO S.) he is ,.writb4 . rn Ngarding ` - -CtrliL .-rrtt "rC E report e.r5i t Z6atrd Daadasammadiag lsp u tiiinl b.; saumhalb mays fhat Nie lad Ias uannd stewas Lad ue4y. e dgeat-she > b fol at Pacheen. 114. u. Iinpy.e Thu n ehes slatr sti &iing at l t wvia.g it bal rreeded + bedlt~tr.. acd ah frbt. It wilrubn WI il.Pl knit I#et -nol ha-lu~re Is amen ll r# aR asrns.Ws liv4M. C",s. LTr WF M4021,T The following leter as handed as by ems of our eitises a few dlys since with the' request that re p1isb aid answer it. We atre set the writer o t.f our cireulars, but will eanewer the letter, each paragraph by itself, and send hiM a Bs'.%nf, that other besides himself may get benefit of the in forumation he desires. Here is the letter, and cur antswers aecompany it : NORTH V tsos. Ion.. Feb. 3J. 1809. GirT.-There is eaawiderahbe interest brinlg manifrete-d by us Ilaoster. about the State .of Lui.ainana. and .ai.a isa much talk alHout t nligratimng there pril'ed we woull be rec-eived in tIhe riglitXnmd of spirit. andt hlad an aouranee that we would be protected in our rights alld proplerty. Thaose wio prolnpos to gn to ,Louisiann are gtiol. hionea t tnln. Solele are mnllchalnics. .nd some farmers', who would bring with t1-mi Im heir Cwa'ter Wlite Hgs,. and Dur hlm Ciattle. If We c'et,. we come with the expectim tion of making it our agmianellt home, andi of spi'ndiig the Ialanlce of our days in tile grn at State of 1-uhi ia'na, You will p ease escuse mo .Br Asking tfew quma stions. What are the advent sies of Louisiamn us an agriculturad couarV lMore sugar. n.ulao rice. cntton andl lriftfltatoes cabe I~.ale to tie iaue iin Louiriint' ttt. n inl ahy State in tIe Unioin. Thlousanids of cattle live the year rouud with out h.*' shelter. iow do stiect-raiser's Aleiead ? Stock raisers have Lpys sueceeded well. Thlis aectiomni of Louisinatt is oue of tile great natural pastures of the South. Dies lesuirianlt produce wheat well . Wheat dwes well in the uli.er part of the stale. bIul tout ins tiw sugar regions. Does co.n d- well! The land usuaily produces from twenly to Isweatty-tiur bushrli t. t he acre. hlave you a goeal stiek of bugs in that country I '' The stock of hogs gIgenerally inferior. N.l.e aln leigs toe lIona. alid they eXcel isi roatiag ued br,.a king -fne ets. How w'uld fi ad bloow. i ogs pay to raise ili ul to sell 1 Fine bhl.uoed hugs nou to do well. In there plenty of timlwer in Louibiaua 1 The greatrest abuudaeea of cyress. tlhe tiurst in the world. Ala eumn. oak, . etc. Whmat is tile price oef lgllher I Uo-d cylress smle. an $18 to t-20 in cur rtmmey. It mid tur $25 is. gdd Ie-tre tIhe war. What is the distatce of Franklin fromit New Orleans < Franklin is 130 mila'sm New Orleans ay rai aun .teame'r. I tiit unail. and right th tfel hours Immaage. Wieil area te' umarket facilities ! Best wnariet tacilitiels iossible. Nearly a-verybidy lives o, navigable warr.r; aid we Itim eotvel'im.nt to the New Orteillls mnarket. What are the Sltilllppgtnacilitie.s Vese-ls froms Atlantitc lrts cui take1 lgar and mdila.se-s frnelamlnt f tlme plats tati.lae in this parr time year round. TIm. richest amil under thee sun. with bit lw exceptions. - What atmout health People seldomn die yeoung hi this country exac, i, froml wht.-ky or iwmprudence. Ar there any umanufactures of furniture ill your comultry I No. Anad tf w mauuf'cturers of anytlhitg e-iacrlt .ugar. Small facteries of noist auij kind i;igrlt to pay well. Ar-e tranmgers sulject to laiy achlimatiang fever! Peoaple here dluTefi-e.on that question. 'We' thaink strangt'rs il thais SLant are no Utsre latlae t aickaleIss than tiitlre lbrn oitia-mm. Are til. blacks worwkin'g well adl quiet ! Yes sir-e. nld always wailt work well amid tw quiet if carpet-baggers will let them Is there any prejudoe augainst a Western an ! - ant in the leaist. uiless he is a reuhlar dirt eater f thew black-and-tan persuasieo . allenmle'nw and hL.inet amen frumsa any part of tbe idaastatlmdl i ls. aiys treted *ell by ,ior eompl*. Woold e-Federasl sladiers he Inete~ d iI they attendeeld ,tricty tee thrir business I No. Federal abScris and soldiers art" ·m.e*rally pemldr isa this cueamtry. &nd timih ,,ar I.-Ile are O. K. Anal snailly is there any K. K. K.'s, amsasng yau I We have naever sem any of thl* order of men, aand deuht if there are any in nthe ceun try, thomgh amtnti epenemi do not agree wills as in this sulject. Cam e.e mr several men rent a gied farm with a view toepuatehes la the seighaaeksonm d We thiunk lads ma.y be rented on such Wiald threbe ay ahow fr a seld lawyer t Nit a it of 'it. Wealmve plenty of law ye's f~,r all me*,.ti, d us.ful purp.orse. Whet is. tiee rioe i lind ! Land under oeuhiiaist na a pnml naviga sbl stream is weorth fremr ~O to 40 per acre; ,,r. it seles far il.t price. hut we tlhiek its true value is aout SlO0 peir'aerT. Please anwer uma. We will ihilher go tm Louiue'is or Mir'rsnil is te test three tmthls. I am dimng all I can to turt the tide towards Luauisiaja. YTers Truly, A. S. P. The above letter .,aws Ilow vihly tlie. euamury has hmes.slaitlered by the mea wham ane. tm the Stab io swlaedlmBe- ea's nut a' vates. and g5et easy l'ine. Peopkle from lihie ear a-y o thea,,. ior may rest assred that i they ,ain tab,. Mary they will hem_ well pruteteed as oar onw itises. lad, if thy are huesit and mahe gmod eitise they will d .'reperted anid t-cifo-ed ao .urdIng to their real mrits. Tbh.Prwcidunt r'4.t donrr't srrthe niwarm'tv of t wnheutinigbmt6 IIaimt publkLy. If. it very esrtrs.os nwer thIrwlatih.Iw tbhat hr buss bes .Iesd. h s b.tts fhut b will anet make hbis appIumb'tm s kausme, ot lid Ierads thre in tohe h. awes.. ~Is'i taks be amu aM erasm atjust new wnYU -u -tthe hmmiumto lcue Verj 0,441 *Qat basIaes.. OmaaI aw uem* 54Ugd WMrsmkafrra. The BDaat Tsavptr speaks dnbfsUy of Vw* pnl o ird hiey is the -ut· towns and dttiics'at xsab hf S Li.' IssounAwce..-Life insorance In now becoming a matter of deep interest in most parts of the South: Thie mavages of war. and other mt.fortunes have str;pped most ipeomle .f their prolperty. and many families formerly in afiuent eircunmstnuces have nithing bhut h:,rhand and father to stand wet'ween them and ntter poverty and want. Trwenty of thirty dollars a year will pay fuo the life insurance of such a n.an for a thou :asnd dollar-. and fo 'arger amounts ill pro iortion. There are but few mnechanics who enmllnot spare that amount yearly without feeling it. Many spend more than that amnount in whisky and tbhacco. We are p-repared to give any required informatio,, ot, this subjeet, to , ecure iusurance ins the Mound City, St. Ir,uis. Life Isseuraice C.,omutpamny, for any Ione who is insurable. Thlose wiho can pos.ibly spare the money yearly shouldl keepl their lives insured for $10.000. In case of death .hle money is, always promptly Ipaid over to the widow or chillrrsn if the policy of insurance is m.ade out ins their favor. Such a policy of tnsurance gives a man -trength and' clurage.and may save the life ,.f ,onie whi, is int'lined to horrow trouhbe albhut the bituatioun of Isis family in case of his death. NEW PaOCr:as FOR SUGAR MAKm.l . We had the pleasure this week of a call from Dr. Theodore Carrisurs, who has lived hsveral years in Austria, and has been engaged in the manufacture of beet sugar on it new p:an. He iltendtd to introdue this process to the planters of Louisiani it consaists in Isicing cane by a process somewhat like the stnaw cutter, and extraeting the cane juice from the eel.s by a sort of soaking process, which secures a much larger qanutity of scelharine matter than can be obtained by pressure, and the sugar is smucb purer and fairer. The cost mi evaporation is :,bout the sau.e as by the old process. The Doctor ushowed us fue samples of sugar tmade by this piuocas . We hope to see that, and all other men's ideas in cuslaction with sugar umaking have %fairtnrial. FularITuai; F roea. - ., r. Itobert lHatcher has opened a flu niture store opposito the Court house, near Odd Fl ouws' Hall, in this ilace. IHe will keel, most articles in h a tmhe of bheiness for sale, and will repair furniture and mauuftacture desks, tables, etc., to order. Give him a. call. Ou !-Old Ft s. Jusulsat Fisk, Judge Fisk, J. P 3i ward, parish of St. Mary, is dead; so report says. He was dtowned. The official liar of the Iegislature. and the detamer of Mt. Mary is no more! Alas! In the language of a poet of Frautlifi; mainy fears since deseeased : " Lie lightly on him earth I though he Di avewl sightly Li. on th, t". The planters have not yet been able to filrly conmaence their wbrks of the year. Tte very long wet spell of weather whih we have had, bhas thrown them back very seriousl) ; and besides, the greatest number of tbhmu have not yet obtained all the labor the year. Tihey are wiitmihg to bargain or a short time amid work uhder such engage ments till they see further. Besides., as We stated last week, there are tnt laborers eni.ugh in the parish for the crops which are undertaken. We learn that some of the planters have gone to other localidies to en gage hands.-llberville South. FAuI PIarovtas -)u -not keep incre live stock on yuar farm than you od- keep well. liHouse all things as much as possible animals, utensils and crops. The more comfirtably you can keep your animal., the ,More they will thrive. 8.ll when you can get a flir prfbe, aid do not store for rats and sIpeiiators. A good cow is a valuable nachine-the ntore tfod she properly digests, the greater the profit. A fw roots daily to all the stek are as welcome as aplples to boys and girls. Although, itn draining land thoroughly. oudr purse mas he drained; fet tb full6 crops That follow will an fi61 it again. The Picayune of the 17th instant, says: Mr. P. J. Kennedy. the great levee con tractor, reached our city this morning. fromn Vcksburg anid the upper State levee.. Mr. Kennedy, who madme a perosuidl .l. jais`oe of the work up the Savage, luckport, Bas. and Mouray levees, reports ererything in a flourishing conditiom; the wlehe being pushed firward rapidly t,'eompletion. He also dibpatched hands and .materials to the works at te Bied Store and Bed River. The completion of the inst Inasted letee.i, with Grand Levee, will place the parish of Pointe ouapee high and dry. (limerville South. I. , mnm ~t~,._ - M- w".Jl. whait* IIP l.epdq-. ito eatimng g. ihed hi laeir in is moutitaiun. ThIe usmlletstteid hunlter folhowed himt to his mden. where lie drsplatelwd him with a eCsum Hi uhitt gtut. Inmagime. if you ran. his tr.m-imtg sarl.ri.rs. whent hi dragged hisis game. to tIie light aitd found h had I*u playing an ei,,rmus, mIns.UitmsI iosli. oWe ift the mos.t ferocious. Iweast of the fir-sts. Hamiltea Fish. Es Govermor of New York. whio is Gen.; ranlt's hst wlwun the latter visits the metplisis, used to he a Whi. is stow a Repuhlhlien. but ient a Radi cal. aid is a Ilel asd upright nman f tel oldi el.mul. Time .utu with wh.an Generil Grant asimoiates in New York are oimstly of tie ash.steatial orn. tad opposed to thLU er.oeles .f" ea trl.site. TaUL-Te Ni.:w .irk World says to Radical ougsrMmseue : " Gintkllme.m. you can't keep tihe S.utb down. U.rk ri-e,, and you will gut tired of hlmldig. it ismder water lo.._g before the buoyancy departs. Let 'emi alnee. So hang as they keep the peaue mine ipay. their tas-, what hbae we to do with their puots and pas I Gmmverume.t is a pl is, matter. It is ale. ro-ived. And bth pItt and pan business dou't plmay." We oOpy the dllouwing truoe one of our city -rhaltges : Tihe V.mmteer son Cammlero of the Sei. ate has replorted oack Judge rl elg g's TrOeh bill. a~wr.dei, . ts to 5 p;m titute BrasUbar 'Cly ts. futuar port of e.rry of the district. Aoma Maria Ltsry was marriedl to Bsdb .hort. A very ..,esunt way 4f mtakiilag *" rery uaoirt." 'hey made hbut one story bet* es them.--[Kettucky Ye-masn. Id4 they thea hasve miw Short I (N. o. Repubhlcan. Is not thme pery.r, matute ! REME3IIER YIIR FRIENDIS. lacee tie war we bate lbad ocraslon to observe,. asd teo klow. who are the true friends of St. Mary and this section of our State; and who have acted as our e.eneies. WVe have poilted out tlhose who woruld robl, and ruin u. anid it is but just that we slhould ea}y sometlhing in regard to the friends of this couaitrv. Amonlg the very foremost of the active aid .%ci. lit friends of St. Mary. wihose services have always been at t~e disalaºl f our celielies il cour meot trIr ilnl momelnts sLated the anames of Mles-ru. T. Tllller anl Hkbert Hare. Their integrity as bueinlese menu anld t .s fri lids. ti. ir taet land ceoulld judgment, their generleus icpulses anid desire. for the welftre of our Ipeple. hIave givenm them alln influence wlich has been of im IIemese aedvanltage to the whole of this seCtioe of our State. Few realize the importance of such frie.nds ill timnes ,f trial andl mnli.fortelle. Both ofee theese gentlemen were intimiate.ly acquaintedt with thene pe1.,le, ef St. Mary alndl the adj,,in. ihy parishes. alnd had. ail still have, a hligh .-stealn fir tour citizels . They have nlobly' defended us agailnet thle nmiermhle slanders whlieh have twen senlt abread against us. and have used influenles ill our favor ill respeeta ble quarters where suell favorm, though slaent and unknollwn by most people. will tell favor ably on the destinies omf the paruii aand cclllntry. Wlhen St. Mary f ,rgets. or fail. to ao knoewledge Ilipe valuteble frleendshiip of Messrs. T. Tuppeir and Robe-rt Hare. she wiel dr serve to be frgoltten by gmed imen., and ruled and r,,bbeld iy lheartless strangers. Let our ,pe.eple ade.pt tl- er P ial Imotta. l Ie true to your fal.-nlds, fr'mid hi. to your rea. mies. and nspeectful to God." and all will be righlt ile thee sed. (Fonn the New Ye.rk Suma) THE VIGILANiE C(OMMITEES. Burglars to be Shoe Like Rabid Degs.-The Air GeA, the 16eg- .hot, and she UIg. ger me Loager to Ran Riot to eoar Streets -VigilaLtesto be Pseteeted by C&roaers' Juries. We are scrroundeld. crive-loped.. ay. ion mnerewd, ill crise.. Ila tile criptic place.. aIImsI lus.gee Imole-'.s ,f lit thie-re' quarters ill Nrw York, tile. lowest nald musnt d-grade-d are -telws hle t, are- ,ost to rllsciece. to hepe. ceed to mreicy. arcsathle nii htly to micon.Ct critmes egciloct (e-rr.. nald estate. Murde-rs ar-- a daily creel. 1fTar friend,'. well ic the- inseaciulg. go meut to busilu-.s, aIed are hrughlt helue- tIutiljated oCips-us. Uldi in no gc out to swe-ep li.- ijido.walk. stid are cut tlo piebD withll knives. G(eLt:menu sit ting qemietty in tlmt-1 e,.ne rmnlllsa awaitingl co.mul ally. are C..is.d. bound. gagged. r.h, be-d ands tllrerateld with as Iullet it they re 'i.-t. ,lhtbbe.risrr a .re- em itte-dl il the streets, as a srt of s maIke-up f rce to the ;IIavy tragedy of the murderes. Slulgshzlot.. the dcadslie-t of icuIrder wetnclpio.u sire- used witll de-adly frei u..ecy alld fre-eden.i .ati. a venu.rabhlr. w..ll-iformend tlinaiKer te a citi stla the etberde.y. N* lNoi as i.is safe, noer wo anllu. ritl,.-r; for by yecur defeenive- detec tive arra.gemellce-its y.ou iseewmU tol anty oil." rNay mtlore. we- heve every re-.aem it be-liev that w.,lP ul creasnt.e-uwirrs of tio. pIetlice or gueesast i"o"u itself are ille Iague with t.e tlhiieves. meurder-r-? as ,..aeeisi uased houew breaker-: There* was Skidtdsere. whu. when arre-tt. ad year ago. turteed seout to have- h-e-rn tfle chief vtilis of a s. t'f udu for a init ti,. e. whe.. VuliLtncge of hIis ipositienh tbe s n c) Ichienself n cif oi. asIeyciat.es. is Iu,,use- was full of burglar.s' tuals nd isccil.e. l.ets of vieltcue. He" T.a. Soutnimesg. menrcile-s wretch, wlho tesak de ligh.s ill eurder as an aeausemreut. maid ill releslwry as a iens-msc f lit ihg asid di-e.-slpatinis. He used lt- ml c, wardlly ofdr all the. wea .iNe erver invrlelued flr tIs perpetraticn1ee es crime-tlw san-akisig. white-livered air-Leu:c ! -that dters its businaess without ccnis.. and take. life in o.pen day. i thtb iidest ct chwd,-d streets. We regar tile intr-ulcetina ,df this new weapens of secrre mtrder as the nliest dreadl lul lmtru oif public deaeger. It has fille.. the nir with tIrreera aimilh ilccemctivable dre-ds. It is as if a co-.-cpiracy of the umset deadl) asnl deter ill.-d uharacter eoad been cnute-red into. ly a -certt ehi" miayst.-ri;,us guicg e.t .ils III hunmiU sleapr. for tse destecultien of lr l huesala ratce. Vtlitnor - 6demlunit-ur are I.liicg annried iC towll eeid c"utlllry. a.ed it is this alasming rit of esnisie thlat has d "i vei geood citllse-s teo thli last res..ort e.f d-l iernl.ti. Tlow Vigilance Cmuntitte.~ ut WecetolWeater is ud-rstIa.d to llave- hereu frnee-d to support an extraorediuary serunt peelire frore. In additic s tle te onMliary treere. ald te not n ccuejucilioU wish the tublffernd p.ethaSuw that are to be r-se ill the sstcim; but the sc.ta fIrce. - is saI to be emnamaged as to drt" - t e menit areohing scru tily oef tIw thi-ves. We unay add th..t teb. Westce-rte-r sside of the Hlrle river i iese to be' madls a very unmafe place fe.r thi-ev-s. The orgatinati.ea of New York Vigilance. Coeassmei.-e is pnr.grecsing. bst w- hav. alrra.ly elnade knowe, as ml.h aom a*r re-p.ert ers ktw. ief its plant, ined astieig furtbi-r aeed be- said. New.a;. btdirtge. Helsmn Ci'r. asd caltber townus oet the westwlrn ba ks of th,i Haldde u. antr te.r peopie oef Stautesu IkRed;:i - arriones ly talking eof velgilaee eatmlittes on the Westclnweter elan. Wel de n-ot ued'ef|sta-d that In any e; s, it Ihas btwe pr.p;-arpd to r-sesrt to tw Sihe P. accisce Vi.tllace. I nctate-er's etxtremi ties; lout it will ii t ast acilAl as if n .ceumher of burglars al- s.ut witlline t. - sxt fort ,ighl. sawr eurd the clbm amuiety think it re ' Juiries jestif the I i'ick it si.tieedtd userereiug. Auguttu Meunerme wg found un tIw hePt& Walk on Ditir ;'ie stretrl. with his blead ti ve-trly cut. sr mt iIgly by a Ibullet. He could give n.eact..uc t lef 1It.- scCumlrrece. furtlewr tiee ltheat le f-tll a auddrec bl.sw at the bacek ef lis heu.d, eand lb h. u be-ame- ulsenets;ieus. He watnake-a icl th1 Mmdi-on treet Police tmailiem. The L.eitlancse Ptrcleuma Conpamy In the cursw of thelir cail-hering .perut-lin. is the parih of ('aleasieu have thelre dieowceleel is bed f Pdullleu, new huedreld fe*t tlick.: Sam ple-a f the arlicke have he-se rec.eived ie this city and teteed. It preeeste 1e - trete. Pre vi:eis teo ihla dis.cvery, we- telieve, Cmlifertnil nwas tih esly ltete In tlnw Utecm twhere epml pheur lad .*- feemnd. .4ui plIwr is wortib per tees s- his arket I [N (. t). Bee-. wA.KAXSA.-IIf.ornmationl is to the sefect tlla Gotv. C'lia loe Ilrs at last conmeludelt to withdraw his curdering. bcuruit,e raping. freecl-eetieg mieitusa frem tlhreu.ileut the e*nte, slui elter again Ieromit its people to Iske a breatlilg 5l1wll friom worse htrrors than tbhse e tlIle wort criv'l wart. P03K.-Ti- ieumtwr of tea pneked at Chilccinlei tisi set-cut wras 3W&..a aigrist" 3li4tl. last ,a-see.e ThIe averg5e weight this y.r was feur peidl gtmet'er lh ,e lalst. acakilcg a irrfrclece- Ia fac of 1d57-d of albeS 300 hgp. A Was.hislgtic letter says: *"As sC canpthsed. c-dueate-d colered utme. wae- of the *-empcyee- f tf Hme' a. of Rep1resenta t we. ueay: I *.lilcl tuke may wife and dalagters to the .rat Gratl re-epti~in at the Whlete- eer.' andl the arction Ja e settlied "s, whekdwr these two opposte Ec l inegf. dietsm will ebemtcltly mie." A Washhnt, n erresdaent of the CtP tips Titshon Mad dait d.leah te cprep all tIm i:ndignatl., he fels tnofhln teh enrrtien ~ Cogngeal. (O the Repohr lien mpertv he ha. Is brief. Peeteu tiens nndl cmprewes"eiv remnark to mokt to-wit :" Our own prtfv. in Its arrmanisatInnt is .imptly jiratical." " Pirntieal'" Ia a RgO word. Thb eerrespoenlent evidenttly knows the party. Wnuld it not be a g,,od ide to eleen out the pirates 1 Knthhe. wheo recently joined the Noines. says ~ at whetn he wa. Initiated *they weer di.ncin a war-dance around a hig skull. and pilatinjg le.p-frer. and turning hand-sptings, and the big fat fellow of the ante-rhoom was stana.ing on hlis Itead in th- corner.'. Georgin asluesds f, ah,.r.it entr.slr the syspem of plaf nting esn share... Prices for freedmen on farnme range from $65 to $125 iB muesay nand rations. Aiumst $:10 is the aver Me. The systenm of peaying hands ao corHingi to tlheir worth is now universally tadopted. The Kentucky ippe..re tate that the Blu. gra.s 1 e-tion has esoid this wilter tew, mil tisn deollars worth of mules to go South. Tihe-e. animals are renaied on lands worth frsom fifty to one hunadred dollars per acre. As gp,,nd animala may he raltes.d in Tezas for nalf thle money it costs to tear them in Ken tucky. A wise and venerable gentleman was wont to say thast. accrdnmg to his ohbserta tiiol. thi, terms 01 Old MaNtl" and "" Old Beak. el.ir" were decril,tive ce character a ad not s,f e,,nditi-hehaving aving known an many of bhloth classe-s ns,-..p at.. -..ried as among m'.- w..nrrh.d. at, feir as the l.-culiar traits usually acrihbd teo them were concerned. A Gentlensas wets dresrihin.g to Douglas Jerreld the story otf hit curt*hip and mar ring, how hsli wife had been brought up in a cineint. acnd was on the point of taking the veil. whten hi.s l-t.ee.ne, hurst upon her enrlapt ight. and she nacselte.d Iim as her linehand. Jerrold listened to the send. and quietly remarked. *e She simply thought you better than nun." A yoneg lady adicted with extreme deli cacy. recently. at a watering pace. called for fly lisp..rs.r .soup !" The servant he ca'nme frighteneed. and called the landlord to hii asesi.-tance. when it was ascertained that lie. wansted a l,sate of ,"s-tail seOup Salt Lke City is mw witlhin four data of Chicago. hy stage and railroad. \ells P'rget&d Cso.'s stages nonw connect with the Union,, Pacific at Eranton. 95 mile., and 24 houra' ritle from Saht Lake. M A . It I i- 1), On the Sib instant, by Rev. Father Cnney. at the rea de,.re of the bride's ameher. Mae. Harry IPan, Mr FRANCIS H. ROOGRS to Miss CLARA PENN. e arkanowledge a liberal raeumbranee at heart cebering and soul inspiring refreh.meats aeeompaayiug the above notter, rat tender the happy couple oar dsn cere thanks and beet witshebe they earnqe along bthronh the rengi walk, of life. T1'al IOi. .IMZ r SHLASOM, AND ITS EFFECTS ON THE WEAK ANIDFEEBLE. The drafthick searebhing cold make uapee thes vil pbwrre of thblittred and delicate are not kles evere than the drain apon their steagth caused by exeslsve heat. The vast elperity between the temperature ef ofer-beeted roms mad ,oeOa, at this eaaou. and the frig ,'y of the ohter air. I a fruitful source of .ekaeme. To fortify the body agaist the evil eoeseq'enree of tLo sudden alteration of beat and cold referred to. the vital nrgaaisateb ah .ud be strengthened ild endowed with extra resistant power by the use of a wholesome invrger antI; and. stal pirparations for this purpose. (whether emiraced II thii regular pharmacopuma, or adveMti ed la the public journals,) there is non that will compare to parity and exce.lenee with HO.STETTERKS STOMACH BITTERS. Acting directly upon the organ which can rerts :he food iatlme trel of life, the pro aaratinn iln f le i..m--d ier which is cm n es cted to every of the frame. The dlge tee fto. nin igal .accelerate4 bytis obale operatis, the liver regulated by its antibihoas pr.pertii., anl the wasne matter of the system carnied of punctually by its Inil. aperient acties, the whole orga..ixaton wi.s use ar'y be u the best piesible co-dtleei Io meet the shocks of winter and the -sadb cLhange of tempera are. The wmak and sems. irve. especialy, cannot eneounter these ideissitudes with safety, anm, s their tender systes are strengthened ad rwared ty anielal means. Every liptor old as a staple of trade ia adlterated. and were it otherwise mre alebobol s sinmply a temporary exeitant, which, when it irst ef eA have subsided leaves the physical powews tand the mind as well.) in awmma eoditlom tham befjra. HOSTETTER'S BITTERS, as the other band. reatals the mesential properties of the mat valuable toeic and alterstive rees, barns and berbs, and their active pria _ip.l is the melUowest. lescltins, and most iOcuena ..f all dslthseb stima: .tt. In anatiwr aoluna lill ie found as adver tis-ment of that veterub Hardware House of Scoinmb. Baldwtu & CO.. 74 Canal and 95 CUsmmon street. New Orleans. adj-laiing thb City litell. Titi hoIse, eptablishen5 sigh half a ,entury ago. bh. bFNm ainteissg giwund ils exztnt bf busit0ses anmd ooenudea every year. (interrupted only by the wamr. whe bhe gallant Sl.comb, setnior of the irm., Captain l st..imh.: f '" Washblgtsm Artillery" fame fi,,,md it incemtbeat to devote his time Io the l.s.'prmutalk.e .plkymniat of dizri leuting Hardware gratis.) Their sal.. now ouunt by the millises. and an bone. st.a lwtter as reliable aftchaetS. They import slirnct all'P.rign Hardware, which enable. them to r ais kate i h hod North or oautb. On ! T-Huu LHAirr LU)avs..- How i dew long to se the happy dayn qa.g Them dayse when the an didn't ril afuer breakfalt Them dayse when a man married 125 lb. of And less nor 25 ihe. of ees., awl told, Thewt days. when polytieka rwa the esep iion ante b..eaty the role. "mn tel. ! " t v evirybody was emabit. and The'a dijlsa when everybodyW rmw-m u isrrtally ringing in your year : *" Oh! dear do get lt a baitle d Enrgi F..naIe titersn." t uas.uS to the PuMc.. lb.pkar brul aula .ust s.1ud * wr'lu .. draw. by mu. dased ou- ubE~ay flubh. sEt pPs.. " .w btut thu UIW day ot Jehi'7 aset. to. sbesrdt .4 W J. ?eta.Mb.~ M.. of Ofkº uasd eu diaJ to -at ramo d thu rast us uii p' p. st nagn Got .tUts Tb. uasidr o mdana havtag biUd.I· wrll ^"'" ~ 1uqmuat. w s PAJFORTI. t'Mrlr LUPtow iue ýl r~~r The b h).Cvo am..p/au a Farlt'are UStr. as WIL ww 5'&1r. uaa tll VIIeY u 1s1. K. will eUep 'am bd a8r l d to ait ibm marke T. K Ikt rramalla. F, b. 3, tub -ly Pa' Stalt. 100· t M bumru l 5 F5PTAT jI BII'L . .en tot taa s c d er r til =il iag.lsbdI this gpaser ea he ottam p lua .T w ste fr orr advr wbm.baf ill 5.. 1 pN.-K aarryed or Slen. O. iba 07th of~uUV w uh alim pua - w~suir~lPri3r Fdgh bir r wi arts Wi i atblt 4 M I tl. 3ALSWi. utfO. La, Vubrj 71h glib 1fI-7t Am eqaibmat u "d.UtM eu" Eu dresalr otu X Now" Mý OM W ýýý him fsor with Wlt s1 s-s;:wlry ud 55dr sis's PON- mk "e- w r t ll L· ~p °ts o t fwd w dogry. l wih epwollý ~ iO'-'t 3 FOWW- 51 'emr. The hT rdwuuu girY rr Us-. ! qs.~u ?darl.