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OLD SERIES-VOL. 12, NO. 28. PLAQUEMINE, PARISH OF IBERVILLE, LA., FEBRUARY 11. 1860. NEW SERIES--VOL. 2, NO. .
FROFE-SSIO.1 L CamD S DAVID N. BARROW, N. W. POPE, PIlaIquCine, West Biaton Rouge, 1lersrille, La. Baton Rouge 1'. U., La Barrow " Pope, alteruegs sead roesettera at Law, W I LL practice their profession in the parish Ses of I West and East Baton Rouge, Iher yille, Point Coupee and \Wet Feliciana. the S- cits preme Court of Louiaiana. and the United States ehic )iatrict and Circuit Courts at New (Oleans. bsir mynl-ly bus - -- way . . H. RILLS, tera Atterane at Law and de-,n Justice of the Peace, atter o0c ITOffic r on Main street. aug6 OSCAR LAUVE, I1 Attornoey at smav, Will devote sttict attention to the practice o ht. r'ofessiotn in all the Courts of the Sixth Ju dicial District. Office with Zenon Labauve. ap24-ly DR. M. :. DEMAREIT, par OFFERS his sirvices to the citizens ol Pla- A f quemine and vicil'lty as a I'hysiciau and whi burgeon. sell Special attention paid to chronic diseases. Al Oflice on Itank street, where he may be found I,roi at all hours. _ feb6 j,.,p JOeaN ARCcoT.j dqJ. R.I )nLIEva. MARCOT & DEBLIEUX, eveI Attorneys at Law, Mla plaquemine, lbercille 'aris Laouii'l . TI. Will devote their whole attention to the prac. p, ties of their profession il all the 'ourts of the s lixth Judicial District. - iii-n t r U. S. NIAAS E, Attorney-at-Law, PLAqU E.IINE, IlEER 17LLE; LOUISIAVA. Will practice the Co d West iats W ILL practice in tihe perishes of lbervrf o V West Baton Rouge. A:so is theSuprenme !if Court. OUfce on Main street near the Court House. Je*- test DR. ALFRED HALL, t H AVING located in Plaquemine, offers his tha . " professional services to the citizens of the tn tows and the surioundiag country. Residence at Mrs. C. N` Brusle's, where he cau be found when nit professionally engaged. jani-t' Joseph Hotard, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, I opr (O.Uc same as.2enon Iabaurc, '%i ,) strn j 162 PLAqUEMIX5E, LA. lt SJOS. H. BALCH, ! rN tary Public and Auctioneer, ILL do business in any platof the pitish p • tthe following rates: Uq Nloril eets drawn for fe to ten do-! fars. snIm;iy MeeUitse held fr eight dtoltas. im Actiienr'5 business done on terms tq suit pa .... decll tru__.__ no w. N. Fou0Ss. JAtMES FFAHIuo. ly --- an POLSON & FEARSON tr Moiose, Sign and Ornamental Painters, and Imitators of Wood and Mar ble, Paper Hanging and Glazing, All done on the cheapest possib!e term,; and garqpteeiug perfect satisfaction, they request t he ltrnage of their Iriends and the public genee- l Sly. my7-ly NlanetkaiMP &N Hyes, t WhIolesale Grocers amid Colesas uios Mllerclhants, ST. 5LOU1, Mo. trPartictular attention given to consignments of Sugar and Molasses, and to filling orders for l Western Produce. jan6'.3-tf h Court House Exohange. DAYTD A 1'T i INFORM their friends and the public, and all b _ those who have an appetite for Good Liquors and ins L-ager, that they have opened a Coffee House under the above name, on the corner of Main and Seminary streets, where visitors will receive every atten ,a tion, sad their spiritud wants immediately sup plied. jy9.6m LADD, WElBISTER & CO'S. Eight Utlth Uewlag Mashliw, ria FAMIIS AND PLA.\NTATION USE. TRlS MACHINE, alter a very faithful infe I lgatioa by themost scientifeic and practical mea e thi country, is pronounced the nle plus atra of all modern inventions. In aimplicity, durability and strength it far ex e~hamy other now in existence. It is perfeetly eay to manage, quick in its operition, never]i able to Iget t of order if properly used, and gives a stitch aem both sides alike, which caniat be excelled. For aale by decl7 BIEI LER BROTIHERS. 840... QUAKEIR$ r ITY...--845 No. 8 C(amp street. 'lrS MACHINE is very simple and durabre; .L R sews frem two original spools of thread; it MLaa the Grover and Baker Stitch; it tL a hLetr Obdie, aed is solet ,to per cent less; ! a e caius fatly warranted. S sell the "Eureka"l'-lte "Bartholf' a a great favorite. The Sloat, an im am the Whee',er & Wilson. The W. - PIlanters' Per', an inprovement on fer senvertl lther good lock stitch A mchine I ,ell can be exehan it the abovec nuuaud~ "~9lf Urst Moaz#, - MIISCELLANEOUS. DENTISTRY. To G Dr. W. JEBNKENS, W Surgeon BDeetist, W Ilaiting located in Plaquemine for the purpose of practising the W "-'-L a bove prolesiuun, respecttul.7 soli rits a share otf the patioiage inl this vicinity, which he hopes to merit by strict attention to nee B business. 1)r. J. can otfer no inducement in the use. way of cheap work as heu usesthe best of ma- tortit tel ials and WA RRANTS all his wot k. der tb P'l'e,suns wishing him to call at their resi- to dri dences, will pleasesend word to the Tuttle House. sold a \w here thet coaftandsd- ll meet w ith his ipompt lg dr attenltion. oe-:y W. J.ENKEINS. D. D. s. . ears - ri-reran Important to the Ladies.' i ped hut a 3:1s. THOMPSON, (Ineat jtpoi NEw OUn.t IN, Years AS the pleasre of announcing to the ladies ort I H of Plaquemine and coast, that she ip ipe- orate pared to glive lessons in cutting Ladies' and Chit. the in setlas Dresses. wa Any lady with a knowledge of. this ast- , which can be learned in a few hours--can fit her self or sth ,rs p ifetly in any required style. Al... si.:erl stt.e, ofl *ilk and Worsted Em- range broidery; Wax '1 sllre ntld Worsted Flowers the b I'aintiig. &, . t u'!.t ii cla-ses. sg 11rs. 1. carries on idr,,,- making, and possesses butli, every I wiliy Itr mnaks: to mide at the shortest Itra notice, all the latest style of dr ,'-e:, cloaks and Ge .Mantilles. I.adie- or, the c'ast will be waited on by Mrs. adult T. if cntlvanttce L' sent. as a Patterns ia all kinks cut in a few minutes. la and evei.il aplrenticea waited for dress mnakitg. M E. "lilsil'4º4N. l Residencecomter Levee and lMain stsa. jan14 I .ew .TliiNCery SWere. uhces t oh ies of i 1ra n. rt +.o all. ellS iot o ic, a t aer of trs. ed fI urniteLe sO of net* ersndb I , 1ift Flowri;rn 1 A i I test styles; aloo Lidsd Caps made toorder. If Mlad. D. on! asks fair trial. She hopes sae that her work sa will be to the altisfac- Mal t ion of all. o 15 Ili Ceobe Soie uaoardie n osea , IdY * ery Stabl e.y whtAURIt M, aAR11X I lTFOR)l' his friewnds anwd ip ' t public genera. t aW openaed his new hbou ir street, sincetbe sthof e af an he is finely situated to aicotraim I date Boarders ald tral-i-nt S isitoras on rienasa L!e terms. His table ta!l al waysbe forimhed with the hest the mtnarke. .alfrds. tlii coIEK HO d - will always be sup- A. h plied with the best of Liquors, trane, Lager teer, &c. hlis STAi1LE Pannot be etrpaseed; and all an imals eutruded to hit care lsha. meet with the nr most diligent attentliol. lie confidently hopes that his old friends wil not forget hi Planters andti others from the co itntry will ba e ite.s ihorse andl b.gg es'proper. N. ly taken care of at all tinmes. antd as good a diusrr and wine as the town adoars r themselvesudd friends. .ep) S, Horse Shoeing. BERNARD MARKS R .ESlE-:rFULLY informs his friend' d nd the public iii general tha having he purchased the inteest of 11r. Kennedy in Q ter e-. his.Blacksmith $hip. ont the corner of 3laiu and as Greanid streets, ie will in future carry on buaa - ness at that place. on hi uownt accouts, as trusts to receive a po'tion of the publicp e bo age. jeofr' IS, -tray Horse. At h TAKENl UP by Theodule Guedry, on the 11th of January, inst, on Grand nts River, in the parish of lbervtlle a stray or Horse about 10 or 11 years of age-colorvery -if light dun: main and tail white; small feet. and Shools b'ack; about 14 hands high; no brand or mark perceptible. If said horse i+ not claimed before the 13th of February next. 186'1. he will be sold on that day, ull by the undersigned Justice of the Peace, at has k residence, three miles below the Park, on Grand River. 11.1. HYDK. janl4 Justice of the Peace. the Epare. ary u Arrlt6 par Theodule Guedry le en- Ii Javtier, inst., sur la Grand Ri- v up vibre dsns ia paroiese d'lberville, - un heraal (pave, aged s|eyWou 10 a ou 11 ails. o ile dit rheval soht pasreclam( devant le 13 f de Fevrier. inst., it sera sendu sar le dit jour pir le soussignl, Jage de Paix. k st alsidence at E Grand Rtviere. I. 3. 1YDE, Sjanl4 Juge d Paiss; eoal........... oal......... oaL ' "x-I T E are now in receipt of a load of 700 Bar- . cety V¥ rels heat Pittsabrg Coal; for sale in lots to rIi- suit purchasers. and sanl J. McWILLIAMS & CO. S. IAVE on hand 30,000 feet of Lumber, which I will be sold cheap for cash. Bills filled on sholt notice at the GroUe Tete jy,.ly F. ARBOUR. Excelsior Lamps. A FEW more choice patterns of the above e Economical Gas Lamps, are left, which we o'a lI6 STOCKLEY & DELAVALLAD. A New apt Usetbi Arti@te for 0a en im- [lOt the si h aid efeetasd destructia o i r. I sets, aigseuim5 d every dersslptioa tilt on of s'ra'is sa stitch A se. trial eiw l sufficee to prove y ras t_ y. • CAbd ON & KEARNY. WTE seeiv every week fretsh .epplie of r Gpelesad for slieoa reomi ble terQ. S311' CLLLN 1EOLT S. To lte ! it'is : ': u I f"te Soutit htfnats. Wolfe's Genuine Cognac Irandy, PUE Wolfe's Genuine Port Wing Wolfe's Genuine Madeira Wine. Wolfe's Genuine Sherry Wine. W I am now supplying the trade with pure Cog nac Brandy, in bottles, both for medical and private SURS use. T1'h imumense success that has crowned my et- sn I forts to place a pure Gin within thie reach of all, un- AllY] der the name of Arom.aic Sc-hiedim Schnapps, and rate. to drive out of tih" market the pernicious compoundsa irt, sold as Gin throughout the country, led many lead- Fner ing druggiatl-, apotheraca orand inedical men, for soumeo N Ni sears Inist, Wo aboltil nie to 1'ur-sethe althe courte ill fora regard to the article t IBrandyv. I should have counl plied with these req;uestl from all quarters lung ago, Inur but was deterred fumn it by the fact, that owing to t:i theeahorbitant prices of Brandy in France, conme- 10l quent upon the shortness of the grape crop for some years, there was no chance of my being able to imn port the choicest Basudy, bottle it and sell it at ruod erate prices. Fortunately for toe, the grape crop for the last and preaigus year (and the prospcet Ir It.is) was bunldant, and prices of Brandy have fallen to the standard often years ago. The duty on Brandy of as .s etVy per cent lower, and I have, ew made ar- witl, rangemnent with four Brandy esportaerin France, of it Ilt the bigbhas repute, and am regularly receiving con sigaments of th,. best Cognac Brandy, which I am the 1 bottllng n sellinig as Wolfe's Gntuine Cognac vst Ilrand.. I guarantee with my seal, labelsand certi Of t Gcates, the Brandy so wattled by tnr, as the pure, un adulterated article, and it will be lound, when used as a uwedecine, a haverage, or a cordi.S, healthful will aimd nnvignorsing. It I as been a matter of universal si c,,nplaint, that a boetIsof pare, untmised French In vi Baaudy, was very ddi cult.b obtain, and thO purchl- now ser, t.ine times inn tena, S deetied with a vile man- "irrn ufactured imitation. Of all descriptions of ardent trag spirits, Brandy, from its high price, hins been tihe one ito article tant usianre and sellers have turned their at- thet tIn-ation to, and millions of gallons of the as-ealled Fenchn Brandy have bhen ceateredannualaly through and the land, and have tIen the primary cause of mur- of th r des, craelies'asnd crimes, andi have nont tlhuosaml the asely grave. self-d--istro)err, fron delirnut tIre n iea-an-ptu and horrors, Inanies unknO n, the i ed en e An malke enetddnning geth frmnlch Brandy. .tru on atama svetciltv call it of life. tes tisn applied a" y a , uaadamirted, M)autctEav*i tibe aisf iS .gsveti et that wake n, i Latwa, it bicomes a l 4 estc drink to innrett tens of thou.s,.dl of out tirt race. To remedy a farful evil, I hate coemence'd I,1 impoeting Brandy, bottling i, and arlliig it w eas -Wolfe'sG..-anit Cwgnac Brandy." I am daily re-* Seeiig aorders f.omn the drugiqs and sMIpot-rsiisi the all part ofthe Union,, ta,iell nI !,r iwdcal pednn s. e. U1DOI'1IO W\(iLFE, 1 No. 22 BIaver ttlret, New Yonrk. I SrAgenta in New ¶t*eenn: E J. IHrAT & Co., I A. U. GsUarrr6 Co,f -tuvaa -Cu. vlsovl9 3m ae rriA e and cEE.arnoes w.zsauaooctory 3 AN D ga rdage TrImming Establishment d GUSTAVE RINGWSALI), Successor to CIIALEr VErIr & Co., at the old - stand of .1. W. SInoT Respectfully informs the peop'e of Ibervlle and West Baton - Rouge that having purchased out t r the interest of his partner, he in tends carrying on the same line of business, such d as the manlufaetture of all kinds of Saddles and Harness Ada the Trimming and Painting of 'F Oarriages and 'aggies. And everything kept in a similar establishment. c N. B.-No Repairing done on CREDIT. et an Plaquemine, Nov. 12th, 1659. ly C ndi rc ay ANTHONY WILBERT, li I- CABINET 111iB , t or Takes this ma thod of re. P dofturning his theate to his old friends and customers for the i ci hi patronage heretololt received. and assures them ij that he will ever strive to accommodate them sn b his line. lie has now moved to the large and commodi _ outs building at the corner of Fenn's Alley ano g Batik street, where e has a large stock of Fst- .1 niturt -f every kind. le Old Prniture taken in exchange or repaired at Ri- very low prices. ll e also makes COFFINS of every style at the i s0 shortest notice. R[aFak's Metallic Cofns supplied as hereto 13 fore. I pl Spledid lHess. Price moderate. p*P4 lor Sale,' n Acceuant of Departre. dHE indcrsigned will sell at private sale i the Hose amnd Lot where he now resides, situated on Seminary street, fronting Bayou Pla Bar- qnemine. The hou is elgibly situated for a 5to private residenei also the following named Slaves: o. *DALLAS. oged 16 CASSIMERE, gi JIM, aged 27 years. ' - ich IRWIN, aged 35 ye Terms liberal. Teae ll peron indebted to atwill please come R. foward and make immediate paylment, other-. wise their aeconnts will blplaced hi the hands of ae oeacer for collection. o eF. GALLGER patent - Dead, Stave and . Shingle MacLh C. .am IrTLANTERS who desire the ri o i use the brpalett of this celebrated Mach willapply _OARflE.' ro BOSE to wnt of ose.d, agidiuted aNs. pV e l McfA ol na o M iaremt. .be ep. as raclletd Sble r tesmsasn~t lten S ioa. te day, betrabshed to ibrs 4 i'S. hoe ~'- '~ 6 GAZETTE & SENTINEL. Plol liali PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY BY . earl BRADBURN & JENNINGS. adt' . . . . ...-... . wh: -Office enl iMain Ntrrct.-- par TEI.Mln. tiln SUBSCRIPTION-l'er anumnn. Three Dollars far and I'flv (uty if. p.ad in nltman ..-fia e Dollars per annumu if ,ot ilaid at li- termw of .ul-.rlbing. C't 'li AIlVERTISEMtENTS ~Ill he inserted at the rati rate muIOnI Dollar ipr m luare .1 i " ten is, mrlces) fur tbe 111)1 (frst,and F'lly 41' n. lt r eiro .Ilubl IuenttinserttI . 4 hblerald..ol n t.e It inver..nth I i, ,rate. wAill lt ti aleoi the adverltmemument-I i uerll- dJ for t 10o 11 to) it lhIIsorm rell ANNOUNCING ('CAN )IDATI'F-T-'en Dollars 'nt for tll mlmicm tio e.a h lUngu:.,e-i oaw.rim bly to ad au e OBITUARY NOTII' ES. not ex, eding three or anl flour lines, will be Iherilly i ti,,it withluutlhlrget' f ti bmill e not giii r' i it eIth il wli be Iharged Iasdvertse .1OB \VORK-Cash on delicery. of - - - ist, Fromn the N. O. Courier. 1551 hre plot Opening. pl, We finld the fllo, %wilg in the Crescent eal of yesterday, t,1l- cht-lclfully. comply m with the relues t of the signlcl .r. tgive f.it publicity. It shall not be our fault if dcs the pr,,du lti'o iti dccs i wit obtain the great- thei v t publicity, in every nook and corner cri of the State; and undergo the scrutilay il of vwvery IhInest l)cnoerat who lives eho Swithin it, !borders. Wa SI ATIE I'ltESiliETIAL CO- ivETIO.--Wera-, liti In view of the Ilnlinent dangers which are tdi now thriatCnii g the Southern States from an all; ,"irretsiblecemliict" of sectional fanaticism. Swaged against their domestic institutions, and it in utter disregard of the rights secured to ` them under the Comeat.t' iton. And whereas, Tlhei exists no State or Fed- h' eral issues, of a political character to mlitstract meW and. divide the people of Louisiana in the face col of the inpending Preidcnt;al crisis, in which eut the contlnuance of the Union is involved: lmcl And wherea-, it is earnestly desired that the whole Ipeoplel of the South .shall stand to B gether as a unit in the great mid iratliotici sittuggle to uphold and preserve the Constit. il lon and the Union, or, if need be, to protect tr: r separate indepcndence, we, int ocratic metnbers of the tihe e do cafl h *s dismetia lCt*U Sterlitlttioa' to'pprt 4 Ciarleston Convention., aýd egates to mlett in the l.a ti at1Stat vention at Bat,n Ipage for the purpose s-f l hl pointiagdelegates to reprt sent I,.ouliais i co the approaching' National Copveotion at Charleston, S. C. Baeton R,,ge, Jan. 23, 1860. - ca Edward i)eiuny, Seit.; Thos. Cottman, tit ., II. R. Lost, " W. F. Wagner, fib G. D. Sbadburne, " B. B. Lindsey, ru A. S. lerron, louse; Juhn Gryder, . r Lletiry Gray, " E. Ferry, a W. C. Martin, "E B Towne, 0. S. Lane, " T. J. Bird, Wm. L Knox, " B. E. Chaney, It. N. 1). Coleman, " It. F. Gray, et It. I. Knox, " Ii. M Pierce, . • J. L. Walker, " Lafayette Caldwell, Dn .g W. Lewis, " G. M1. Pieree, si - W. I bertson, Au Jas. It. Brigham, I 4 + ditir; J.m,ues A. Morgan, A. i)uiplaatler, E. F. Mlarhead, e . D. Woods, Edwin L. Jewell, T" '. B. R. ilatch, R. U. lierrnii, ut Geo. W. Munday, J. A. Norwood. ' ich It is desired that editors throughout the d State will give publicity to the above. tl About two years ago, three tailors, ti of who imagined thitiselves Statesmen, f iniit in Dooley street, London, and prto cccded to adopt and proclaim theirrem edy for the existing evils of the British c f GovereNlenit. They thought that a tho - rough rev ,lution in affairs w0Tuld foflnw, but John Bull regarded thl whole mat ter as shear nonsense, and still lives "a I prosperous gentleman" doing quite as i well as could be expected under all the t circumstances, while the patriotic ta- 1 lors, having gone on quietly in their Ia n1 hebor of snipping aid stitching, have pro Ad. bably long ago dbpenedcd into obscure no graves, and are only remembered as Fr. thrute erratic an~i pretenticu s geese. .d We regard the "earnest rectimmenda tion" of .essrs. IIrron, Gray and Delo the .i, and thie lesser lights whicEh flit be ntiath tlheir supelrior brightness in the to- great work upon which they have cn 4 gaged, as quite a Doolycv street affair with the Louiuiana Democracy. The shock which their battery may give it will d tless be survived, and the De mnocratic party of the State will live, al le, thoiugh shorn of the honlor of numtbering i them h6reaftr amuong its menhbers. r a iNevertheless, this movement, con mad temptible as it may be it itself, must not be disregarded by or friends in tihe State. They should weigh it, and the motives of thfose who are at the bottom of it, well; and at onme trauple under foot the defection and treachery, which it but come so faintly conceals. It is best that Itber tre , like a cancer, should be nipped ine bud, so that it may not injure the R. health andl soundnes, of the bogly. - The Democratic State Centtral Com ld mittee has already, in the discharge of its duties, advised the election of dele e the gatesto,a Democratic Cogrention, tobe apply heldatBaton Rouge on the 5th of March, to elect in its tun1 dQ4e9a*teh j te r0 ___ sent this Statipin b- tiod emo cratic Convention to bulitd at Charles Mss. ton on the of Apr$d we were wp n afaw jOWenw -jiat fl7 -I L ,,,it plation, nilthiegh wc ktnew tlat Messrs. lito John Bell, J. J. Critte.rlen, Edward ble I Bates, Charles M. t'onia:, and other tcm- s v nants of the ol Wi: party, had been T earnestly at work at \\'aslington, lPhil- agni adehllphia and ,other plints, in g.etting up the what they style the National lniii ar party; but we certainly n.\ver dreained the that their sublime and disinterested sen- troy timents of no-party in, particularly so her far as the rights of the youthl were con- perl ceIrIAd, aspired t a voice in the delilb- gate ratio,! s of a body' c,,nvoked by the e- la mIllcracy of the L nii,,, to put forward in and the impending .strug'le with the anti- whi slavery .cltinali.ts, an explrent of its j VI princi(les of attanl.ient to the rights hml( and ilterests of eryv part of the Co- le:r fedehtcty, as secured by the C ,nstitutinll. dep We agree perfectly with the signers cog of this recommendatioin, that there ex- by 1 ist, at this moment, no State or FIederal issues to "divide and distract" the 1o"- 7 ple of this State; and we did not see n11 anything- of the sort during the last fol, canvass for (;,cvernor and other State C officers; but we perceive anollwg the 11 signers of the doueTMhent before us, the thie] lnames of several gentlemen whili most and decidedly thought otherwise, alni] who on threw the whole weight of their intllu- ti ence and exertions in favor of a ticket the opposed to the l)mocracy; but who dro now, with a rtmdest consistect y which bi challenges public admniration, come for- fool ward to recolmmend that all former po- wil litical ,difl;frences shall be laid aside in rive thet clice tf delegates to Baton Rouge. the anad t) Charleston. What i; the cause up of this sudden conversion of the Oppo- up sition and Know-Nothing friends of not Messrs. lcerron, Gray and l)elony ? Why mel have they, fol;,re the funeral baked the nmecats of the November election are yet pid col, asking to ,e admitted into the rail councils of.the very party which they Fom Ilefore that time, denounced as corrupt, roe imbilecile, dishonest, unscrupulous, and, she in short, everything that was iniquitous flat and revolting ? They cannot pretend no that any new issues have been since cast into the political arena, and, therefore, ra their sudden adhesion to a party which an( he so lately opposed and stigmatised nost derf I and Inyst t B the ition si ca in an wkward, the at Democrats, who names f figure a it, are worse off still. Mr. Her- .t run was a prominent aspirant for the me no,mination of the Governorship before hb the May State Convention, and knows he full well that the idea, a hich he now as- of sists in putting forward, was first start- th ed at the famous Odd Fellows' Hall de meeting in April, which, besides, de- ar nounced, in the rudest and moat often- in sive terms, the Administration of Mr. of Iluchanan, and courted a union *wh the to KnIw-Nothings of this cty, iftl war hi which it proposed t, wage against it. al lie knows that the Democracy of the bi State, as represented in that body, in- hi ta dlignantly repulsed frost its precincts, the men who claimed their seatl by pre- ai a, tended elections under its auspices. Mr. ai n, Gray knows as much, and so does that w ", venerable office-seeker, Mr. Delony; and v 1n- so, also, does that brilliant medico-politi- v sh cal genius, Dr. Tomnas Cottman, who, a o- since his illustrious and intimate friend, v Niicholas, the autocrat of all the Russias, c it- sleeps in his grave beside the Neva, has' v "a transferred all his remaining admiration d as and affections t to the "Little Giant? of Ii he Chicago, and now acts as a itealous col- a a- porteur and distributor of his Squatter c la- Sovereignty Essays il the angi-lavery ro- New York ¶mes, among th riepresen ire tatives of tl~alaveholders of Louisiana. as All these gentlemen know well, that though there should really exist no la- differences of opinion among the people lo- of the South at this critical moment, e- there does exist an undisguised hostility Ie on the part of fossilised Whigs and in n. tense Know-.Nothjngs, to the very Ad air ministration which Ilouisiana has en he dorsed, and which its opponents of all it sllades of opinion in the North, have De- abused in the choicest Ipolitical Billings l- gate, for what they call its shameful ng subserviency to the South upon tlhose very questions which mnake upt, the crisis on- which is invoked by our mnalcontents as ust the bond of pnion between all our peo the ple. the Mssrs. HIerron, Gray, Mid their asso aof ciates, know very well that no honora raot ble gentleman of the Know-Nothing ut party will respond to their invitation to hat take part hin the election for delegates to pd the Baton ;Rouge convention, for the the simple reason that at least nine-tenths of them are determined to vote for ei m ther John Bell, J. J. Crittenden, Edward a of Bates, or any other anti-Democrat who lele- say Tsympathise with their favorite dog obe sa, and who may be nominated for the rch, Presidescy by the budding Natiohal w. Union party. They know that i. State* -m- affairs, this claus will ahst cootine tor rIes- oppose the Democracy, wepev the re Opcassies offers, alddi that thf fsl 4ait the opplortunity to give e ddeae of their hostility to its prince u~' *bru it.asre. aThe** S g to admit our toss into our cazilp, satisfied that a favora tile moment oilers, they will slaughter us withouat cumlpnction. The whole thing is simply a plot against the harmiony and integrity of the 1 t:I,' racy of Luisianai arnd if suc c st..ful, its tirst etiect w ill toe to secure the dishonor and disgrace of the me tropolis of the South-west, by having her represented at Bat,,i R,,ufg' and perhaps at Charleston,. by a set ,I dele gates whlo endorse Stephen A. Doug lat the very man to whose pestilent and restless ambition, and the spito which its disaplointmeutt engendered, is owing, more than all : ther causes com Ined, the very criti'al dangers which lherron, Gray & Co. affect so much to deplore. But we rather think that the engineers in the scheme will be hoisted by their own petards. TIME.-The same amount of space could not be better filled than with the following extract : Old I call you me ? Aye ! when the A.liighty spoke creation Into birth I was there. Then was I born, amid the bloom and vendure of Paradise. I gazed up on the young world radiant with celes tial smuiles. I rose upon the pinions of the first morn, and caught the first dew drops as they fell and sparkled on the bowers of the garden. Ere the first foot of man was heard soundini in this wilderness, I gazed upon its thousald rivers, flashing in light, and reflecting the broad sun, like a thousand jewels ulpo their bosoms. The cataracts sent up their anthems in these solitudes, and none were here to listen to the new-born melody but I. The fawnsbounded over the new-born hills and drank at the lim pid streams, ages before an arm wee raised to injure or make them afraid.- For thousands of years the morning stag rose in beauty upon these un shores, tud its twin sister of flamed in the forehead of the sk no eye to admire their rays but Aye ! call me old. ria, Palm~rand and fell, an wickedness, i u streets and crm iL ý agnoioast e and their geeorgfe Kpalses to, the earth. My b0ps IowU show long and fearful ac cont painst n. I control the fate t Of , I give their period a jog - ; biut I conceal in them the a 'seed of di they must go down, be e humb I P 1h "'dut, their proud heads s be bowed qWa fore the riing gloris I- of yjeft .t to whose prosperity 1- there w almoCimes a date and day i 11 decline. Ipoise my wing over the [ and watch the course and doings of r- inhabitants. Itall upon the violets up r. on the hills and catmble the grey rains e to the ground. I am the agent of a ir higher power to give life and take it t. away. I spread silken tresses upon the ie brow of the young, and plant grey a- hairs o0 the head of the aged man. s, Dimples and smiles, at my bidding, lurk e- around the lips of the innocent child, s. and I furrow the brow of the aged with at wrinkles. Old call ye me I aye, but id when will my days be numbered I When ti- will taiue and eternity begin ? When o, will the earth and its waters-the uni d, verse be rolled up, and the new world bs, commence its revoluti~t ? Notuntil le as' wheirst bid me begin my fight so or on ders it When his pt'poses, who called of me into being are accomplished; then, ol- and not till then, and no one can pro er claim the hour, I shall go to the place of ry all the living. In ia. Sowrs. Damn r a A Coas.-Take two 9aem of fts"ani.. lie am o no raislai.pearl barley. Boil them to pe ther and a half of water, with hafY e o f liqUnorie root and ity the n f'-- ee till reduced to a n-int of liquid. Strain this of; sweeten if desired, and take from one to four tea espoonfuls as often .G. severityo thoe Scough requires. " e .-a, ror Cu-,-If "Poor Cripple" l wil ta-ke a lemon, cut of a piece, then ose nick it so as to let in the toe with the isis corn, the pulp next the corn; tie this on ias at night, so that it can not move; he xo will tind the next morning that, with a blunt knife, the corn will come away to so- a great extent. Two or three applic ra- tions of this will make "A Poor Crip in 'ple" happy for life; and I shall be glad t to hear the result.--Lesdo' Fd. s to Cao (Aas-xcLmas.-A French plae the prescribes a most simple reed o nhs those troublesome pests-.carbanc ei- with which some people are aflieted. rard This is Burgundy patch applied on a who linen cloth to the tumor. the .onstant success.ehow us but one BClaide" the world : for it surrounds us tate with flatterers who will tell us only our t mcits, sd silence our enemies, from tsl whom afone we might learn our defects inci- ISwimming schools for woman sad e cahildren have been established in PFar, toes a~ along the dem o OemiaSa.y