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W. P. BIADILR¶. Pt FE JE.I..GS Published every Saturday !yv BRADBURN & JENNINGS. SI It-('I lr TIiN---Thr' 1 i !'.r sand fitly .cutI ;er du r, w . t( pa to edls,aite, I tl ie)llIars per .s.-ui, if , t .llGL" C(il"I--Ten ,t rTANDlING O UTI 'E.-- (r n tenll desiring to hbe , nounced as arldidate I;.r a..ce--or such dr it :, expressed through f0: ud,--i:-C.. n:) inot V. i the usual and r gcul|tr I.c I 1 ,'(~I. PL:Q " I1" 11.N ': Saturday, May 12. 160. turn our thanks ) our fr;crl \VWIu r.r.\;l for the present of a iulattiu! old ier-n Sil vicr case with pencil aittacled, h :cht we find exceedingly useful; iil 'collveltl l t. lie l.a a plenty of the r.:Lie s,,i t on l.:'.!, which he offers at iiodcrate pl ,ces--, ,idlc, a u.i,:eud.d atc.i of new and fash;onable jcwc: y. ...., .. [" See the advertieenent of Mr. F. I..-" c;LELI.z, formerly of PoinrIt I'upee, who ha. established a Ilakery and 'Conflectionery ill our town, where caki; and confiectionerv for plrtice can always he Lad on the sholttest ro tice. 3f" We reconiuiend to the l, ru-al of our readers the orlnirable letter of .eiiatur t. I ,e.-L to .A. T.ALL.), ,l1., ito be found in thi; d:ays paper. OUt Tow,. --Our twn \\aN , 1 ill a more prosperous cond;tion than at pieisent -indeed it seems to hare taken a, li t tip , lately beyond any former precedent. \\llitun the last few weeks several nCew ICsCines5s esta blishlnents have settlid aioniigst "u---tir t of Ross &c GALLAGII:, l:y (.0 i. llardware and Grocery deakles, r.e ~tly trwin Car t;it, Miss., (Mr. Gallagher however was fuo r:ycri a merchant of this piac;) who for t': h pr, t occupy the store- foot (,I I',.ik .trlcetr , turnit rlv occupied by Mr. Schmahi:msi,- ti r- ;:: ir,:.., if they cannot find IaUta l' ',n , a l., stock will requ re thirce in oil e h .-.. : la:it voi .\. \-. SCOTr, S (ti,!e a d4lari nt , !ItitletIi rer, fornmecrly of tli, pI:ace: 1 . I, Ii a , II, ker and Cenfectiun'r, l:t,, 'v of PIo.it ('i'lice. There has also been a new Tinshaop ual tro cery estabiished, the si:,:e of tO!C oSI:S I.f which we have not lei.rned. The new double 'oriclk 'orc= of MI. Riolt are nowLearly finishedI. ''" bh,tk of three to be built by J. MCIWLLIAtIS, Wili oul cXiri Lit their lofty proportions. Mrs. Sltih.s row of offiees on Main street are about being com-rn plceted, presenting quite a lhandsome appear ance. There are besides a variety of improve ments going on in the outskirts of town. We are moreover to have a regular and substan tial ice house built th:s uinluncr by .Messrs. "ssi S ;IER & I)t'IILCLET, a-, we are informed. All this certainly he;kcens a prosperous condition of affairs for our townl. It the 'tar nel" Iayou were but cloted it woru:d increase two-fold in double that number of years. ---...... All euor to our Delegates: A portion of our delegates to the Chlirles ton Convention returned to New Or'eans (n Monday last in the steamship ('onatacohc,-. and were welcomed and honored when th, vessel hove in sight by a salvo of artillery from Jackson square. To-night a grand mrn-s meLttig is to come oil at the St. ('harle- li,- - strc of all those friendly to al Ilpputnrt rS of the action of our delegates, in ri fluingC to sit in a Convention "which ignorti the clearest constitutional tri:th, and refused to recognize the equlal rights of our cit;zens in the Uinion.' Tl'hat the mectinhis ill be n enthliu-:stic one, and composed of the brightest talient and ii: iluIenCc otif he ('rescenlt City, there is not a iart;ile of doub!. r=iTho fact onlst-Demo:rat, iwho nak: it their n ar-cry to oppose everything cllena ting from the cl DI)emoc:sy, are unov calling tilhe latter "l)isunionists", because of the noblell fiction of our delegates at Charleston. A short time previouls they we re hurli:lg at the i same old Democracy the epithet of "the Uni (,n-at-any-price gentlemen!'" What next, we wonder ! THEB.Dx.,.--('ardella anl l Cii's liaidl of Ethiopian Minstrels, according to adver tisement, will be here to day, when everybody and his grandfather are expected of course to t, on hand at the proper hour. A good lhugh often saves one from the visit of the physician or a Ihse of ipecac, and this hint 'a one, we shIould think, would fill the boat ft-om stem to stern. A D---i. or A SoSten.SAI.T.-Tbhe State tighta and Southern Rights fire-eaters and Seceusionista changg to Douglas Union Sa vers! 97 The D)ouglas Democrstic faction not only opposed the two-thirds rule, but sprink led here and there in political embrace with the fag ends of every kind of OpRsitr n, they aim to abolish every rule held dear t the principles of the legitimate Democracy! MIRDEREaD Y A St.LvAr-The Corinth (Mis) Cmrems City state that a negro in McoNairy county, Tenn, murdered his mistress and beat his master so severely with a stick of wood that his life was despaired of, on tihe night of the 22d ult. The unfortunate couple were Jns. i P. Frwin ad hiswife. ft was with dfliculty that the peoel were prevented from hanging th. negro without law. THE RESU'LT AT CHARLESTON. No sound-hearted, true-blue Democrat and Southerner can fati to applaud the action of the Southern Seceding Delegates, in their re tiring from the o ,gmnal conventIon and meet ill in cinvcttzn auwong tllenseives, the mo went it was d:scotered that their htg timate r ghts and pirivl:iges, sought to Iec enlireccd In the piatlorati, were to ,be di-tgnnardil artil repulat ld. tliey detnan:ltd the a:in 'on t;tutiuoral It:elhts of t::e S uith, and were de tmrnh;it to b-, ti.ll,.i] wtlh nothulig ts.5. T'lh , the o t .r1ni: gites, wi nt to L'har'ls tr for I) , L p . y. '1 h harmnc iy of the n-i 0 ary a" r the glories aiil tles i tg i If t.L I , a. I were as l t ar to tlium anal It., s thli ripr te- tire I as eitter could pi,,i I, ; tl,,-e N,:th of Ma?, ,sn arind 1)!x'1' lIne, litt bith were va:iue'eCs if tv min tl sie .t.s:. un i ,.t thie i at ritile of our te tcd t :ts, ouTr Itoi r, la d u:timate!v of the iit,-t, tuti,. ;I t il wh ti u l.ti, in.htl s uts from half tile other >t.itts of the I' , on. Th'l'he were bl. terniiiine that the ir-tue ,L iud there he h, t-- hlethi r the Si'ou lthk i t li/en, in the t,rograntle of Il toC tps su umtittm,| tio the lilt'le of the l iion ail iv I whu the Demo ':r:im'y ie cra' to e g l de.c, were or were nIt, .i the :err torit-, and all our future possesslons, t" have ri1l,ts and enijoymanents of property meq ual with the citizens of ui hat are termed the "free Statest" T''hety were tired of con cessi.lns-t rtd of pl-attorms that could tu 'otrutd cither way,: and out of which toth. in, definite or lotnted n tabii-hingi Southern ri ght could be extracted-tired of ever y eli hj, a nervous submission to eloakel phracs >Ir the -ake of polmey and on acnount of the 'prjudices supplo,acd to antiuences ur Northern ar.ces. 'they demanded, in fine, noth!g: hut what was right and were ret oved to Stihuit to nothing that was wrong. Tlheir cntelirt erts hadi stood long enough on the a:tar of o,,I.cesioU and ubmhrission, and the time hall at a,.t come to demand their simple rights, in ,p'art but dctfi:te tlanguage, as laid alown by :ne letter of t he t'Ca Ltution, and cert fl,, to Iy the eri'oor bloodl ani treasire of the ouihtl"y \,hici lave been spilt and spiet for ;.at ct.iu try's glur y and aggran1.izeon nt.lit. \V. ate l:ae .it to -ay, that as far as we have ii:, thie 1. , i: ascertaining, the action of thie -ecediig delegates meets withh the entire l roboalt: ,a of all taud I .iatocrats it this I'a -h. IT hL d pl, vu.ly meal admniitted on all .'tl t, I , : f -re the t!ai 'e-tn Convention I: t, IItat he t t a fr "fel nllg'n.i. ntatters and sitt itt:tnlt ti iqiiiVot.ll eI xt ..u iouSn in a lDe i.'ri tleati ion i of titth rain ! principles, in tef.ite re ce ti .:lthern ce tr tlliinal rights, 1.:1d .a"-, !. It was the tirer.linh s,,ntiment, - very.il-re in the S-ut!h, for a Ilon time pre. vious t ti t evenlt salihdeI to, that the I ghts of the Soitherl, i.le n ail the plrotet-mt. of their slave eropei ty in the Territories under the guarantees of the Constitution, WERE To HtE MET AND DtnAN.tED in the platform of prin. iples, as the first and foremtnost consideration and duty of the Southern delegstions. This ewa. the sile quc non, so far as we understood lublic' sentitneut, in the tmirnd of every South ern delegate a hela went 'to Charleston to rep resent Southern feeling and outhern rights. How then can the Sothlan hamocrat and 'atizen object to or feel chagr'ned at tle part which our delegates acted in qilttin: a boldy vii -'h r sedl i i the g',neral platformn a clear and unqltiUivca:l . xpression of Southern equa ai inll the Union, and the equal and inaliena bse e njymenit of their various rights, pro. pca ties and privl:eges, of every nature what -oever, with those of other States, as laidr down in that declatation of rights which pro nounced us a free people, and a union of soy. ereign and indep-endent State ? "If we yield." says an Alabama cotempo. rary, in noticing the action of the seceders, after fairing to obtain the aeknowledgment of vwhat was due to the South, "we and our, slaveis are shut up in our present limits, while tle Northi goes on in a rapid series of expan-i sions. If we resist, we shall either cetmpeli the North to concede the right, or we nill takle it witlh the strong Land." The eorrectnrss of this sentiment canneot le deniedt . Were our clear and definite rights are refused, is submission to such a wrong the Scourse of action to be expected from the rep resentatives of a people proud of their hitonor nd their chivalry Tiae Democracy of Louisiana tstands up with unbroken front in defene and hsupport of the action of its delegates at the National Democratic Convention ! .MARRtIAG IN lltGIt LtF.- I0f, Jtoilt C. Botaiagny, Representative in Congress from the First Ihstrict of this State, was married in Washington on the 1.t inst., "at the princely recidence of the bride's fathkr," to Miss Sarah Elizabeth Parker, of Wasiangton, and left for New Orleans, "with a nomerous train of at tendants," on the following day. There were six groomsmen and bridesmaids; the guests were the elite of Washington, mud the politi cal and official dignitaries of the country resi ding in that city. "One entire room," mays the Delta's correspondent, "was appropriated to the exhibition of the bridml preeAi; the tables were literally covered with the costliest sid rareat of gifts from all quarters of the country. TIe Iection of jeweiry and silver would amlmnruffice to starta respectable mon Camp street We wonder who next in the Farst ~eagressional District im to be the happy recipient of his country's honors with the hand and "spoond1hics" of one of Wash ington's fair dsughters? Thi~ is the second that oar Firat District repre tatives have borne off in two years. 3g"Bee Mrs. McFADI's advertisment of Ilora's and Biaggies for sale. CENI'RING THE SECEDE *S. A call for a meeting, under the catching ti tie of "A Rally for the Union," has been made in the New UOleans p:,pels, signed by those calling themselves I)elln,:rats who are opposed to the la zluuracy in power in thi State, the ol:ject of which meeting it is broad ly stated, to "approve the course pursued by Stephen A. Iouglas, and to protest against any aceion of any citizen of this State which, at (t'har.eton or elsewhere, would coiutnit tihe pe, i.e of Louisiana -ce the catch, the Unioil didge : to any llcasure or sch!eme destl ue tlve of the Iiion." We also see a sii:;ar umeet ng advertised to coalse oF i li;tont l.ouge. (if coulse tte getters up of these nmetings are not alote those termed "B,,b Tails" or "PuritiHrs," but those also who are kn own as the ihfs long opponents of the l)inm )l'natic party. We predict in advance that those feeble at tetlpts to cast e't.nsulre )uponI the action of ,otr delegates at ('t ir;ltoun a Ill e;du "oll sok.L." -as wili such trtuelarnct rtlfoi, to revive tilia Lopes aliad tr tigth i the u/t.,:, arl "a'ls tlr virtue aiinl the I' Ilr otl Inm' of the Ih,'tlOcl ay, tzzie out as d d the st heime of tile "Tr'jan . Ilorse" c;iterpr!-.e, as ('I,. It,-:i rsos ju-tly termed it, inviting in the remtmy that the lie mocratic citdcl unigit be surprised and easily taken; but the citadvi wa-' t at al' a",:rined, while the instigators ar-lI would-be :nvadera were completely tLaken-in ! There is, however, connected with thbs call for a nimetlg in New Orleans to censure tiet: patriotic condu't of the I.ouisiana and other Southern drlegate%, all ecvent au-pcitlus in its character, anld one wh ,'h will ie greettd with a. plauw.e by all who admire great t!ilelts and do not fur-et the glorious lmemories of the past. It is asse.rted by the Ielta, and certifi ed to by the stye of the 7T,-'e lef,'sI ntks on the oIultjict, that the lion. I'ttaie Soc, . ' instead of beintg connecttd with the tlovellemlnt al:uded to, or to s? nipthize with it, actually condcelns it. This is vely sigtificant, oand must se-nd a thrill of pitlasre to thie hI asi is all L)emoct'ats who, admiring his great talents anld a knowledging his former services to iIt parity ao;, the country, have nevi tthel·s bten !ing ' -.l'arattl from i tutn through thll turn t:t ken of hi '- p lu:elcal ,t irnents and syi ,'tti-tns. We trust however that Mr. Sot.i.E wll side liencetfortlh watll It:. party anl tie cause it the seceding deI gatie-, aind that his great tal ents and statesta:,ai p wltI not be p ri ttted to sink onit of sight in the mcrid an of trl.-:r brilliancy atid the epoch of their greatest use fulllness. Since the ahIve was in, types, thi, great Doug!as-(I nilo Mettirg of N.w -rl-ais h-'1 coune olf, and as ui gt have Ierln exlr, teal, vxpiodi d in a perfect ganger pop gas ' le. IThe 1'. 'i Aives a gralinc detail at this inn nlense pnitical tizzie of the li-unionists to save the I ionIl! 'T'hose pacsdo Democrats and their Iandfull of followers, heade d I. Morse, fleistead anid Clark, making a crowd, says the above piper, about large enough to form a territory under Douglas, got together at the tite appoir.ted, and being disnayv,-d no doubt at the awful show of empty beorhe-, and the non-appearance of the "'b- guts," they hurried tlughloiIh with their prograntiue, and then marched away to tile tune, "I wshi 1 was in Dixie'." Mr. Soute was repintai.. calved for--ut no Su't caise. Thlie le v:e says it is rumored that this getntlemlan hai a maniftesto prepared, dicoutentacing their movtments andh withdraw Hig hinmself from their association. i27 If any one wishes to see an excellren likeness of the great pugihlistc "Chamirspion of the World," JoHN C. IILteNA, lie can do so by calling at our oflice. It is taken from the Philadelphia Peinnasylcanian, and is an excel lent portrait, as we have seen the gent. was TOWs Zsr.UoYZ. Our annual election for Mayor anl Select men of i'laliemnine, came off last Mt,lda'. T'here was very little excitement; aidi scarce ly sufficient opposition to be worthy of the narme. It will be seen that Mm. JEsNNINGs is again elected Ma yor- there were iLut eight or tell votes polled against him, we believe, and three of the 4Seleemon elected were on every ticket. It cannot be said that there wan any political opposition. 'The following ticket camsne out of the ballot-box successf'ul: DEM OCRATIC TICKET. 101n asArea For nelettmae, JO(SEI'Pl L. I'ETIT, J. E. IDEGELOS, J. l'. TEltREI,L. A IK UTUS TAILBOT. Tn GasEaT MrILL-Fist Statihties.-An amateur of thie "Ring" furnishes the follow ing memoranda: Blows reeeired Tlhros Kniled Dn. Ileenan, 1i9 1 0 Sayers, 68 13 27 If receiving three fourths of all the b:owa, twelve-thirteenths of toe throws, and all the knock downs constitute a man the victor, then Sayers has the belt. DtsmaMgarrD.--The will of the late John I). Boker,'father of John Dean's own "Mary Ann," has been admitted to probate in New York. The report that the daughter is disinherited is all true. Neither John Dean nor his own Mary Ann gets a aolitary "red," though the old gentleman i al to have left property, of one kind sad arbr, worth a million and a half of dollaers. The Latest .Y'eces. The Rltimnore Convention met on the oth. De!egatcs present from every State except O)re'on an I South Carolina. Wa\ stugtjn Iliunt of Niw Yor k, President. Nin-:teen Vi r l'i esidbrts and eleven Secretaries. 'his i< what is termed the Union Convetnt;on, we J .-At New York on the 5th, the lU. State, -team f, igate lioanoke was signal;zed ottf San dy Ilook, having the Japanese einmhascy on baidl, on the r way to W\ashington. J. Thie rivers above are falling. AliT itu: PI':iz l'rtiiT.-'The greatest in fa:rness is still btiug shown to livenan. In his hi tter to the Titns he detiatndl thle h.:t or that SIyer; rult.,: the tight w'thin tie time pt- riled by the rules of the i I. . T'lhe retnl ee wjver, contrary to all law and cuist,, decitWlI to put it ,ff, oo the score of "hulnianity" t II Sanyers anim ,et well, a hich its ow in l uldr, s.ot ive of the sh-all bones haiving been flt'tuto: I ,v the luforce of Iles :au's o.wts. llecnan a-k, if hi :l beten deplivid of his een:igL.t, woul!i Saver: halve been made to wait fr i,:1 :ilyt lenrlli if tt;ne I Large suits are It ll l wan titd to Sayers from all parts of the 'ii:ted Kingtintii. The uiin which fc,l to hleenian'. sharle from the sale. .l Railrotal tckets, aniounted to _2', The fight has bIen both censured and up bhell in the House of Commons. lec.anra has reerved anonyltous letters, .tatihg that if he ever entered the ring ag~arn in Einglaid he would not leave it alive-lie w'iuld be. shot down like a dt],. Three days after the fight lheenan was out riding, looking Irfectly well. There are many among the English who alvi-e that Sayerc present the hett to IHeelnan or the gallantry lie dii.paved, and that lice nan then give it ha,.k to him. lihenan saes tinat is all very pretty, but he says lie I.as h, en armu-ed of want of courae. and th1 t Ihe doies not intend to go back withtout the belt lhe cone lrI An l:nr.'i-h paper says that the tight will tloitthtts het renewed ill two or three weeks mnil it very nmuch fears that "'or Ton wit; g, t the twortt of it." Last Hours of the Conventions. The follow;ng are the last proceedings of lie t''onventln s at Charleston, na£ ;tittiedt :tt Iv f ;ow s the lates.t given in tilour itpaper last week. It w ill be seen that eacth tas :.iloturned tto meet relspectcr ly at liiat:miure and lt;ch riuntl ton the lth and 1Sth of lext month: c' l, r:! t tý . \fav 3.--The National Ilt nrtl.' ,. Cunvelatioi met this nlirti lit ait I ,'iach k. fhl- dlegaites were busily engs .,etl, diiring the iarly part of the lday, ill hi; c's1itriir the cntaidititn ,f aflairs iIt their t'otiVe tito'n. T'ie, late dlay, antl the limited Iuurilier ,i delegates prl'tsetll, Itmatte it iitutoi.lte to proticeed with ball. tint. A res,tlutiol was tl11ired i ui ;ti.g ftlr an 'i ou;l iurnient, tt t tilmeet il lialti llili till . Ia ';!: ' . ,i . ..... n i t. ,.,r the Ittll,' se o"tef nt r ihtnatin.= e la i al t.+ f-r lit', iehtit ianid Victe Pres tilent. A- reslntll In was prosentilt it , lttnt itg all St:it.li u lrerit r.-setiteld to till their va I :hit of thl altove res,,lntiins wire litianiilul carried, and the collavetlti ,n alj .urned t,, tneiit it, thei city of Bialti tire tin the day al'ttinn" tilt. T'l trlain whit'h lift ss oity this eve it ttatok away aiini of tlhe di d lgate-s at:,i visit,,rs t"" their lihiotes. The steamship JCoatz;t oal.t s lift es terd:iv evetiili.- New Orlcai,, via thI avania, with a gutltd list t ,f passetige-rs. The Soutliern ih ieiati co',n tittit ii lhas a! ijiurniid to iieet at lRiclitint onil sht .',iouid .iml-tyv of .iute. All the' .latc-s are requtestid ti s-tald ihelegates. iWhe IGreat nternIational light. The lecitement respecting the gr eat inter-. national fight, tas created much interest here, as in other quarters People may say what they please about the bru'alty of the thing, the Iowness of such an exhibition, and its de termirating effteta npon society snild the rising generation, but courage and gallantry will at ways bhe admred and a worshipped so long as the world lasts. Men who never hitherto took I the iact interest in such a contest as a prize fight, or the performances of the P. R., have in the late fight between Ileenan and Sayers een led entirely away by their enthus iaem. Itat has assumed a national interest on both sides of the Atlantic; and the conduct of the Englishmen in breaking tp the fight at the time when fleenan had won it, as is stated, is disgraceful, and has caused a great deal of bad blood on this side, ridiculous as it may The fact of Ieenan challenging an experi encea pugilist, who wore the belt of victory, and crossing the ocean to fight him, -presents a picture of heroism which must be admired. That he won the fight seems plain; but we e doubt if it was ever intended that he shouhil leave te t ring ass victor by assent of the um. pare. We perceive that large sums of money have been subscribed for Sayers in London, and that the American captains there subscribed .1000 for Heenan. Heenan says he will not leave England without whipping Sayers. It is said that the fight will again come o1 The last account, however, says that sayers will not be able to u'e his right arm for two months. While all accounts say that Heenan "ran like a deer" for a hundred yards after the fight was broken up, to show that he was as fresh ever, the London Star admita that Mayers was obliged to be borns in the arsme of his friends to the ears. A letter from Heenan is published in the London 'imes, claiming the belt or requiring Sayers to fight over again. It is pr,,po.di n Be',s Life that the people of England sulb.cribo fIr a be:t for Ilecnan, hut IIceiiaii's friends scit'l at bl.!i an i-h.',, lie will be "c'hamriorl of the world" or tnothi:i. '1Th erid i- not ytt. .1 I'.A TRI(OT[C L1ET7'TL'. Senator Slidell to Hon. A. Talbot. The f, llowin l tte.r of thi Illi. .lhn Sli hill, th!ires. t our f Ill. w-attiz., Au,;( seT TAJ. t ,r, I ']-" I. \vhlw'!i we take fri,, B., ('th iCoi.', will h, r.a'l we havc trn 11 u t with 1 . -l,:M r , I v thell I ".,'p] ,,t" l,,r illeh aw l I . ...lui.ian t ,t , r:l!\": WA-iilIiNo., Apri l'I, ]-'i.--car ti r I have a'realy statedl to ,i 1 atl other fri, id, f'rom Lo.,u:sitna, nu l ..re' on their way to thlrleston, my w h.l tat n.y ft i', -h-ur ,t be presentedl at any trln to the Il :n'. rat c Natiiial Crieiteiuiir nI the Pr. 1,h. titl no inuiat in,. I h.,ve givei, you very tii 'ly, In 'on ,'r-"t ,,t . t;y rta-,olr for this ' ,,h.'", and it :, th.retlor., tifc c. s :,arv for me to re p,,at the, ,, i" t ,v.",I i. .v ", " - " l, d. that, ir hap-l , on !, r rof utier, of iur it .. 'Z1 t.. Itu g h t, i s lti ,' a t,-, ," I :tit W n' t 'o . < ' r thin Ir" ei III.., 1.t l t : .t i. ,l l 1.t, un Cor, pl aue, , "I th: %;l. ," . I pi, fe, nc e ,,f ,f orr Stiat. I iltlf o ln, *'o 'a-t their votes for ne. I r,,,It n,,w t -ay ti ,, !,y,- e r,.,,ld : ,st rat - lfu. I ar t, flo ,, in, ,rae v oF 1 Iol,.ans fr this :a-t a i et he tt l" o r, , I I': ,.r , , tii denc." af at'tiotniente . It a .p l e fI r ulie anil my chliIr'IT, ta p, l tlt re:, t,.",,,in of nor ivetr. To vi. i anti miany }eti or prl-.inal ant, pot:tlcal fastel Ihave unii lormly sail that have no asplratlti, tr th,. Pr ..l. nry, and that inl, so a if'it Ii erv.r h.lt h l to serve or Lo,:e `tte tin the ,Nat : .s ' - ot, with a. dlv t ,ni an 'll ; tihf !n. , i I I"S1 ' u. i -ir ali. ty a. I co!tdl Iexrt in the udischarge of that ilgh dntc. lI ,isiana has declaredl that -h iS n <t. ishtld w:th ths,. e l tma , :It wlh llh I have fl'fi'. ( ,if c tr,,.t t, c ' . I.Lt..l to use. "I ihi.s i re ward a tu, hI ,,r c nou i for int . lilt if I hatI ever 111' '11 , ! : dreauc r of p1,-, ble el.r'atlon t..i a :-'re t x ,ilatd s:lt:i ni, (a e k ,ts.. which th,- w ,, in-t kt, w Il i< nsor in .av it I h Iave n, t tli'-n :Int. - It e .ll, ,':IliSt' l ;.n e u l, r -hieh iIhe .N ,t si lu mr tt-,,,ne I h ,ort. sLlton will asst III t" w,"W ub ht-l .1,J tilt ,lea nt. pent tg 1V name to I. I-.d. The South .shiuil presenft an uithrolktin It :.t ol the ftue. tlon of nomination. Our Il,-or'ret,'- br:hit ~,u of the No tthern States have ln:orio 'v sa.d that if we woulld oI r tlhefn, a Call.1 a'. i th SCa-taitlt degree e( Ufaiht ityf th ltiy Rol at, cel't hun :at our bands. I h.ave never iI. trusted their s:,tCerityt andl ow firmit bei.-ve that ft will tie our own f.la t if this pler'g,. !s not tecildrt .l by t tiem. I th:;t. it I- fir their I think it a It r t r intr. t s, wed as ours that a 1 -tif't, iuni i.-tnkable issue be submit itd t to toe i ountry-the el.ectio'n of a astern, uncomproni-ing suppoi ter of our Ctnstitu tonal rights or or a lWack lRepubl can. I use this term in no offensive sense, but as the most convenienit t., des gote the party of which W. 11I Soivard, of Ntw York, is tli type al tm'.t,d.In.nt There i. no So,)t.i. t , .1 it tn h.os.e natme t ;, prolai.vy hb. be lore the '. n vtnleron w ,ou I won'l n rl , ,.Il ..'y sul. p)m * if uonlunatet,. Sl,,ubit, all..: a ' 1"i( ail fil intr.ihlan- e o f Iv . i. ti f '. 'li c nl tfrm evuy s,'tiin of the ofdr: e, t I.. lenri.eid expeIl'ent i , t el. cit r it canin !, te fri a non 5 avetho'l n, Slate, there are matnl'n I in,.rats wlose lai. l t , to the cu'vv.tituont i glght- of the South, patr: til, sctates manship atid at. ity I cn it have imL! t connlilece .n,. tIk ,ni, andt Si , t our, of N,-w York, i.:toe. t, (II . , ' 'I , r .-. o,! I' necl:e t. Late i ." ... r: !r.f u. n rtiy u" . i 'd ac lI ',I " t e, Np r,. llI.', rtnll 1;41,"a :t. ,.,. .. . le to , th ea . v Ston. tI htr l " i esn, ~"4.. trc .ive, the vote.; of .",e.-;.nsi n', t.,tet , hInou thi itr do 'i atl n (aii to frAte in ione It their own crttz is. I do not look upon lthe tnloin tion of .l tl I)routlas a- a plthable or even poasli,| eyvnt, as it can oniy be made in oplijipoi.tl t the almost untanimLou- Senti ment VfI the South. Itspect il!y, JOHllN SLIWELL. llon..-urt'sT, T..ntT. t-t'llll: AN: D CRsIN'G |lX:NF'rfIiAL TO t'tin. nutex.-T''he New Yi k News na'serts that "laughing and crying are v.ry beneftiial to c't!ldren. A chilhl that spiiils ,lie day with out the one or the .other cnnrot lie healthy. At any rate, their iidul~rtence in these practi. ci .utreinthenis and toughene the irganu u.st necessary to he strengthened, to gu.rd thieI against the fatal influences of scar.et fever.'. If crying only were requ site to the health of children, they world never be ,il. vat'atiie.' i, f,,,,r vwanrils ,,f the Parish, For the benefit of our atab-cribers, we pub li5h below the varios pubine sales to lake place in this parish. We shall continue to keep then posted in this respect on all sales which are nt oflicially aIdvcrtised ii this pa. !ir : In the suit of Jseilh II. Ulhch anti James Clitk, ri. hIhs of II. IB. (noorich et nl. To be .old, a T'racoof Land in tihe left hiank of I;rand River, in this par sh, in ,e,..iitn i5 townttlip I, rage 11 I tt, containing 1I7 acres. Sale to take place at the Coert house in this town, at 11 A. M., on .Saturdiy the 2d of" June next. Terms Cash. In the suit of Francis Duplessis rs. Henry Sellier. To he smi, a tract of Land at the place called the Park, in this parish, three arltents and 62 fet front, togetiner with all the build Ings, &e., saw mnIl, steam engine, &c. &c; a'so four negro men. Sae time and place as above. In the suit of Miebel Hebert rs. Achille St. Dazier. To be sold, two lots of grounnl in Paaque mine, Nos. 19 and 20, me-suring each 60 feet frnnt by 130 feet deep, beitg the same resided upon formerly by II. Sigler, as resjdence mnd hlcksnitilh shop. Sale at the same tame and place as the above. Terms cask - To lie sohl, on Saturday Cm. 19th of May, vera, Iota fronting on iayou Sorrell in thas parish, all in ohe block. Terms, one third ash, and the balance in one and two years' credit. Tiow To SLUr.E Tr P.Ertte. or Lo P,. Nor CA.LED F,,P.-Thuu ands of ietter; misldirtected or oot called for at the post ~ilic,. annuall tir,,l ti:'r way to the dead lettr "fTlice at XWahingti- -a burine f't', which rt lly "ten isi guided mis -i" ev.r r: tart( Th, A tw. hwever re ","ntly "n :tclD Izrvil's t way fur the return Il ett r:; t. th.i: ' sritrs. It is Ltwtuil to r'l iiet te it, ',tma~ster at the .ll,',. t, whlich the letters directited to f ii it uti,--, called ft',t within thirty days. anal «1h(t1 thiolls r+,1iu.st is atadle it It iomtit< the duty if the ,,t-tinta.tter to retuirni it t, the witer wtliithlut exi.hl"Se t, hlin This rtlie'et ran b" iiiiiteil nt t,h Ilap li an ttsi , 11., alilnd wutlild read I'or t li, t'"r ,"1 - I'h':te rt'ulini t1 itl. auierei,ned un - ..allhl fr w'ithin thirty days. 3135.01 in t.i twfn r.niilcn..' on the n ght of the -i9h u!t, I.AW!tE:NtT ALIERT' I..1IUVE, an '.ntrest 'ng child, at.1 oete yvar and five mnolthb, sinn of i)-nt I arnd Efr-: I..l \t:. Xtta Strat'talsltintsc. Nrbs sIlrrtarrwntu \%1 lilJUTI ONIrFT. - AN I JLvcfrrox II . been isiued uar: the District ('tut of the ti', d ." a:e fir the Ibtior t of . lassachusetts, ir favor of EJlias Howe, ..r., 1 r.hiit'lng the sale ii the Sloat & Co ('u.-wv::a Mlahiu The Court gra 'el 'e h'lri:izing party per n, wi c o r - i.,n i o :So_ i ti l a m.hie-ry,. prosi -.' "t ."v gaoe ,l d alt,! er' r:: tor keep, an ar cunt a:t, py over to Mr Iloi.1t su, i surli as th . ('.. it .bali ,!,' +... , 'lt it fe.lr 't lca !et t, c . :pi' s t i the order il he Court I.r ti; h.r ifoind,; and the inijunc titu, i" lt agu: -t tiu,- ' ptrlb ing the sale of the ",,at Ia niiie. e - called. [myil 2 -Horses anti Buggies for .ale. The' uidersigted hiia severals n IHouses and BuIIrtcs. a iAch she - w-- Il t.,-u_ ni :ry r u elap for cash or L.-,1 palp .r, ii e.i a ',I. : app o iion ie made. mi 12 I.\.t\('1' 1 ,'FADIN Trll SFr BBI.lE IlA VER. A S Iit is rpsil.'e tor the tlll't i "samd torge - a prac'tal a ' e" i il e rof tihe litlity 6Of their :tt i111 e ihas.r to all they herewith append a leter nim that c ell-known planter. F.A. RBos ,,. of Ai.,erii i. who gave it a thgrough Ira'. asudl h... it t, .,en. gives it his unqnalhited a, .rniatiiu We cal aalo show any nmedrk of .e'rtilcfates Ir,.:u ti ,,,e who hiave witnessed the pet tornlance ni the Slhat er. tfir:r,:trAcL. April 21, 1860. "Mr. A. ST. I)IZIFR, lherville Ha\ is, left tnr the city the day after yon Were here I couid only try .Allen's Rattoon Sha vinf Matihfe yeseerd!av etvening in the presence of ten or twelte plantirs of this nieighborhond, ,1La were hih:y peaed wl;h its performance, antI wi'l no doubt :nke application for several ,a .i.r ni l. ie. I wish you would inte-ibe m y Ian'e I i ie -.' ntw ,:..':., ih+-l't~r,,.oily', yon ia'- i i: t V' . A I'l:leiER. ' '1'i-:s i. :h p. lUisi who Wish tou subscribe. or 1'h0i roeltie any iu tma'lr-in respectring the above M'a'hine, will p n*ace apply to Ito ii. hc into .s & (i. A. S. 1iZIFR & 'Co.. iin) Il. eiutl afd .l iiilufacturers. FIN II 1.V ft E. THi. uiet.' i.,nt I 'ouhlI revpert ttiniv nIti tu titleir inieds anl1 ine 'hblie. that t,"y have madte arraingements to ric ,r u-.'i, a iek a .t'i ply of Viariousa kissin of Fish. ,,, 1h, !; t i.'e ready fIr d rivery to their patrons ctrry T u,irs'. t.runi'tur. at the New Orleans Cost Price. They trust that their ,-on'inued disposition to aieuominotlate fthle publ¢c it the way of Ice aud ii luxurt s. will insure the coultiruuance of that ,patrinage'which has been wo liberally extended them hereofoure. iyl2-tf V-'SIER & DUBUCLF.T. F. L.IG LEIZE, Fana y Baker anad Confectionler, -) I:SPEI:CTFI.LY informs families sRil others ot llaqurpmane and hIber. •lite, that he ts at all times prepared to ttiuioh parties wiht Crire Sid Co'frftiourry in every M Ile. auid nantulactured tn a manner not nurprarid sny where. He will turnisih any thing that may be -iquired in his line at the shortest otioii'e, nit oin Ifse most reasonable terms. Bakery at the corner of Baink snd Ureatid sireety. myl2 Ustray. T'AKEN UP by Joseph C. Grabert. a l re ident tln the I, t Bank of the riv. er. about twefuty mill.5 Irelow the town ol PIa quemtne. a BAY HORSE with several white spots--tbrafiltd or marked Ton the left shoulder, tith the lelt higud feet white-about nine years oluh-bhuid ir the left eye, and fourteen hands tiigh. The owner of the above animal can have the samne hy proving -i rinperty otherwise, the said horse will be sold on the ''tilf dlay of May. inat... at teln o'clock. A.-.1.. at the office of the under signed, tor cash. P. T. COI.LE, ialyl2 .Iuiiice Peace. ,'tat," of Iuui.ieuna--1'arish of Iberrille i;th Jud,/'/ 1)i.eliic (omrl. lI ;itatt.er 0f tl,. iaStatus of Rosalie Mc ltalie, itl all I),,rville lIacroix. AERIF, S. Oleophas Barbay has this day petitwned this Court fur letters of Admin istratioil of the su,'cessions of Roselie Nlelanga af: Dorsille Lacroix; deceased- Nutice is hereby give. to all whom it may com cern to show cause within ten days from the tate ofthe publicationr hereof, why the prayer of sail petitioner should not he granted. _'lerk's office, .May 11, 160. mhl2 M. A. ESTEVAN, Clerk. 'f It ,l o h, ,ri" --i r oisse dlberrille (',,,, r du f',, Distri-t Judiacaire. Successinot. lie R,,s:,li, Melalieetn et Dor ville Iartix. A TTENDI), que Cleophas Barbay a ce jour (I" presen!6 sa petition en cette cour h l'elfet diobtenjr 'lea lettres d'sdministrations des sicces sions de Rosalie Melansoni et Dorville Lacroix. Avis est par I present dono6 a tous ceux qtue 'eta concerne, de deduire sous 10 jour. de la dais de ce present les raisons polr lesquellea il *e serait pas fait droit b Ia dite peition. Bureau du Gteifier, Mai tI. 1t60. ml'i2 M. A. ESTEVAN.' Gre&e. Blanks of all Klud's l'For the use of the Sheriff, Auc imonehs, and Admiialraitora, censsatly Sn head antotsr ate at t.nh24j THIts OarCelse