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Address to thme Iatkmonal Democray. t, Th.ie undersigned, ncmbexrs of the Na- l'l tih nal lbm,,crati party, supporters of ,,4 iit plrinciplesh,, and deeply anxikis, l'y I aut prlmoting its harmvy, to pr'estrv' I' - i llu irpaired li eflfiicincy of it ,nraniza- \ha IT. n, li',jir, to'jin il counst l with their It' I. o 'eratic bretrl.n tlhrouhll ut. thei the I nit, d iSt.tl'(. . lith Thi llr ',c, l lings (of the .' onv'lritin rll"e re,,tlit v aqsemnll'e'd aIt ht' lrlestoni have \'vi c·incaln t ' . l 1,a s of th, d iff;rt nt it.i 'Itat'I ill re'lation to the lriipl 'i ,s I which il'Il l 11 titie asis of ',t ii I nIi .- " t ' ihe Natiollal tlnir, ti' r !latt ri t am cordial appsii'val of all wih, Ib,'lie il' this.,' United S'tates to lie, what their se rvy name itmptirts, a ulliiii f Stll 'i 1 ,,u a l, . R v e r l ,:ý n , a l il vI n ,! e , ,n .-d i ll . ii I t ri ',per t t withl. eil ail rightsi. 1 '1i ., ' pl'ro al w\aI ' i a-; t'. l .l W, 'h'!i:t S;''on, l , 1 111 ils toi 1e ie te plain tli':lnill i lt' t iT.- l '' - 'the Illtilon tembi'Ii'a'c , in t):iltt lhlati"roln i. pr tuCriin Ih'In ye r. i, iwevter, w'ieh.., hLave in,'e iiliri\''lUeid, it has beih e ,imc r il 1'aii'full appIaren t that tile e lnstru'tlion i d ,''ntrlI v l i.a tS o ltailife'stly riht is ma1 1,.11y 'Il iev lilyat t hllrlel'rs of tilr r l ' lpai' : t,: 1 tr , riiirl pr leri s are sup- 1h11 I n . 1 t l ni i , tl aii, I t'L in thai t plat- et tf r in i prih,ncirle's, in lli"n i di t, l 'li. - · l 4 i il t li ii air i of the C' irstitiltii to at w hici ii r U" i' n i ' tw . cs its birth, ali, 4 " ii wl1 llos p ts irl\-a ieis pll l'll uiiet 1~ t'xisl t.en uit' I' h i' it i t. t r i Whllt is he history of tih, recint 1t t','ellnt h nlii at 'hlar ,-lst u ? "i Si'\llltt.,Ii stalt,,, 'ollnilng a inajrity o f 1h1 w h .h ', a d ,0otl d w ith rIu'll al e "., h , inl i mlitl y i ta 't,!.: tl', r f p trinlcip~ran sc ru, : w t',rd,, a; to, :, 1,iI th,' ... i! ,liti (of ' IliS,colit'ii,t'lo'tir -ill'l In'i 'es dl,.ner'lll p i hI'' litical aixi, 'n: blt\ i I wh all '.l ph ,l the vt ,t1 rights of .thet tiatc. as thie it'ry i. ot t 'f I 'tnfritdera i'. Ma.l dele.i gates frit- l tin ll',r0.inalin r , , Xtel" States " Cinlrliil',' d i1! ollhirfpl w iih thins li.Ill iiti 'ly ', rl;pit'llriils ':tril , i st h 'll i i,'r.t' l t 'k g'lte f'rom I'tPn4' - \'alli i.l New.i. towJer- t bey. 1, The Stac.: wr\,lh'1 1 adjit',l this plt. at frm gi lt et''t.,ral \.,t,'s whl. i ,',Ill e ret' relied o itll ati s ntlit' ce;rt:ility in f- ain vr ,rt oeratie nI ir :T ", as ali, well ,gr.ouvd4 L is 4L*rtlatI6 L p t etf a r r like .4 i- In lcnl,ylvant, ad c, Jersey. Thew. sqvnenite., tates naid RC with Penurnylvaltni alone ocntprlse a ma jority of the enttir' electoral vote of the ba United States, able to elect the Dern th cratli nlllineeR araiust thie conmliied act oppo~ition oif all the rcl'ailiuig Staites. tit This pla tl irii \\',s lelilerately 'tiject cd. by a c,,uiin.tionl of tme:sd of a las iiltalli frl'ac tio l t e dtirtes froim the a seventeen i ntll r ll, it t.iatds :hld i a ver 't" large nltjority lf the dlielh tes of the th i n'ulni ing sixt ," i on t t - -i iild it res uin- al tion was adoptil in i", -:.c .jmlyt re- to atilr ig the lrinii'll;" ,'f.n ' e. ir c';" 111 irati plati'oru, withllrutl ex !at! i hil (,r interpretationll eilits itulteCd eaining. ri This was done with the '.'nily-av ei1'd ptrpl; oif nl bloln thse Dlt,,cratic lnparty toI W.Ig' iiln' tiik 8'th 111Cd chance rio (it" llt'c-e' in 'rt aiia Ni lrtt"el'li and ('I' 'WVetltern Staltls "; y npresenting to the '1 leuple as itsdocitrine priciples olpelnl tr anld expr'sl"y repudiated iby a Inajority oli tillt, in, 'tral in' S ate dl.h,'rati lls, and .n by a Illjriity arle'.r'lini> Il ii ty tit ' oif the ) nh r't'rli ea t'l ,',.,l v'Ot.s it the ilt L'lirtln. , The lhli'atnon; of eight `tat(, too- er g'ether \vithl a p l rli Ii idf that tof Dtelh-r '.aui'C. l'thi!l'r I a idin r c'lits ' of r 1arty th and fiii- u .Uil ,rters of its prih i!,l,'s. w'ere tlhusil. tv sheer 'lorice I , "t ,'a ' ,lc bl- dt lgates frr'nii irtates tha' t will ., e - i dates, ,icilrhd i't fithdraw fIs m the at oronfeaitio , hl'l aus'' , ini- h tei lrn'ui"r I' of a distiho gi<ht. d ,hlhtath,. t felt''. "'ilt it was., lrf h inr iifutrueprtie ipin it th; hourliir at ,l p'I ti'. ofill ,I" Ihe plfrty, d tr lat, rlaimih g t, lrcl nitio l, r ld 'ClIlii- I irai to have rthit'ii h,.' f,'' iti ll uidt , it i of firirh t cried uptr llil whicth iar ll? lc,'d two distinclly opdc' ite inte, 'rrettilhns 4' by its owf ati'cattes T our tdi'ih' n,,u o u l oir', al ,of ' this h" prSiciple, risin l sudcrior i f ell cnside- ti raglhti. of eXledienc' , to "dll t ir rtmels 1 i of party, lud lookii with a l"stlle eye a righlr of the Str'tet ' I Staton hwaelo, (thlutdi iat few thele- tl atex ec taht i -ns uhulg bedisap) p ointeds faithful in 0hpr ,tenth t th prnciles, were a, mort hopefun tif rlntarninui frinci lhehit brethren d legt ilsltis iat'eory rett's iion" - of hiound arinriple, iance ,cided pln re ination also rto withdraw if their just i expectations shotld be disappointedo o ris thus appirent that thore was al- , most cotire untrihnty of principle in., the delegatins ,of the only States on ti which absolutc reliance can be placed v tor Democratic electoral votes, whilat h was ovurborte by that of Ohio, and , Louisiana and Arkansas were forced toL< eacemb 'to" Vermont and Michigan, It there sahbod br excited feelings, divided eunnmls, and dirlc.rrdant action. In the s*t... uent proceedings of the 'convention, however, we think that dis. I ti tinct intimations may be discerned of a ti disposition on the part of the Convention S to recede from its determniniation, and t, ti afford, either by an amendment of the tl platfo.rm, or in seine (,ti i lillannler s vclually satistlactory, such recognition !l ,t principles as woulI ellifctnally obvi- tI aI mnisconstrc'tion and secure the li;ar- n inunio(il action of illhe party and that it ri was only Iecause ,f these iutihnatini s g that lthe dile gations of the reumauining p Ie nmo.r.ti .. -tIites ,iimi itel d I., ji, in the lhallo< whic'h to,.lk place' with no u oIlther f'th Ithu i , i 1i i.u anl adjiollrn- ti liient to Ballillnore to the Ilth .Iune, whilst the se,.li,,de cllih'ýtins a11dj urn q i to meet at I:.ciheunld un the 2d Mon iday of 4the. saiu lioItllth. i t(h this s& ' tt of act: the pitth semst open for the united action of- the party, and no in.up,'raibhle btade ,ppo,,,es tii restoratiton fit its harmony. :o belies in, we iensi-t thatl our positiinLas repre t', ,!.iilll ell sIt' f' m 'nim no jnst. bar to HIur i .h!t, but rather iluposes ,11n u the duty ,. jininfl. itl tour c u .sels 1 ith thtose of `.ur lIem,,cratic hrlelhretn, awil unitint in their ef(lrts ti, secure the triumph ,,f itu" ti principles. i It is pl1.in that. if th' Io'nv/'nti, ll shall at l'+.itih n . ;,r :l..it a s atisacttorv llatfirnn 1o pruin lti i tI,.re procucd- !1 ilng to sele t i.ts :til h:.la s, the, reas,:.n w1ieh ,iictittld the wit lihdidrawail of the e deblgations of the eight States will have 'oi ct'is'dl, anit I li motive will remain for a refusing to, unit' w;thl their sister'States no1 for holling al aaltu,'nted eit' iti,- g at Itichini dnl. It the -tler hand. it the ('ony tention. ot rea. 1uling.at liualt more, ,all di-.api1 t the just ex,,''ta- hi tio, s ot" the " 'cr.i :1ing l t,, 'crati i i States. their dtil,'-ations tcanhot fail to u withidra* anid unit, with the' eight ++ Stat,'s which !aive adj. urnid to Bich- ri 1nin,1. Inl citli r eivent thei'tr w uld Ie tl uin:ininu.s actitn in 1ultp,,rt of our prin c.illes Iv ! the State~ s which can be rn lid I en fir tcatrtin lIemtocratic electo.ral I From this statement if ifacts, js it not (Vi Ii tlt that tihe wise amul lpuenltnt (Ii ,',rse io1w tio h pirsuned lvy the dele- vi ,t'tit s of thin ighlt States i-, titferns. S,,n, litn , i, l;:i.:bup u, nu til t,,. ne'e',ssi tv for such mtnt.ing sahall become ilne r.tre ? I)t~At they ii t, in isw ,f the alrea:dv alterei.ld cotlitiuo of atir.is, to rturn to t the Convention at Baltiim Ire ,, and aid their sister States in the strtg- ' .lc for the rec ,gliti onl I f siunlitI D -I.)I.." eratippaliples? lay it n)ot I'c ti.t p "r votes w,,uld not suffice to turn ti. l scale, to purge the party cried of .all heresies, and to emblazon on the parts banner its honi~rid (evice of fidelity to the Coneittio dl!t'te Ulton in ctAr-I h acters sdfelear as to de'y miscoiateuc-i tin ? mSppose for a moment that in this R last strutggle for the right they should : again hee .vetrbornq : Is it not, t,,i'n, c eclu.tily al;iin that the delegations of the other D)emruratic States cannot for p an illtantlie suspected of an intentivu to, refuse to re,'deem their pleldgo of with drawal l'romn ant assemblage which shi:l ipert+isteutly determine en the sac riiice of princitle which they thea s.t lvs have declared indispensable for' their innited action to a supposed expe- a di,hnr? .\0nll will not all the Demo- c cratio States thus withdrawing and ad journing to, Itichmond be joined by the Itre andt faithful delegates from Penn sylvania anol New .ersev, from Indiana and New York-aye, f'rim every one of o,ur sister Sta:tes where delegates are º fI'.,n imibuelh with the living principles of our party, but whose voice has hith erti, been stifled in the Cornventin, be c·rse of their being in the minority Of their re.lpectiv, d.leigatiouns ? FI',r it is a striking fact not to be ,overli,,ked in this connection, that +n but. or thie vot hlad been takeu entire ly lv States ir delegatis, in either ivent there was a clear maj,,rity in the 4(',,nvetin in favor of reccgntion of sunod cnst ituti prinociples, and it 'I as nly by. tak i rt (if the votes by States as units, ad another part by di vilued States, that'an apparent and fac t titoils lmajirity succeeded in preventing that rec-gnitjon. I The answer to all the foregoing ques tions see,,sii to u to lie clear and plain. 1 The line of conduct we suggest leads, in our julgmnent, to a reconciliation of diflbefnauc on a basis of principle. It h leaIs to the united and harmonmouns ac - tin of our party. It does more, in 5 tinitely mre : It secures vastly ad Sded strength to that assertiot of prin .1 ciples which nlonc of (ifs would for al stallt tliiltk ,f c,1omitrniising; itcompi _ c tlheir recigniti,,n and jproudly vindicates the acti.,n ,f1 the seceding delegates, Swho~ will thuls have s.c'ured tihe object e if their struggle, and have nmerited the r applause and gratitude of their Demo Ii cratic bIrethren. The contrary course wonld, we be - lieve, be productive of misckievous con r- sequenlces. Time does not perinit the It action of the regular organizations of our party in the respective States,.and 1- who alone have the power to speak their n will, to meet in conncil and give instruc n tions to their delegations. How is the d voice of California or of Oregon to be it heard in time ? How are the constitu o encies of Texas and Virgi iito meetin e- State Conventions and give authorita - tire ixpressions of their will before the a middle of June? How can the machi a- nery he put in motion by which the De n- mocratic voters .will direct attendance ia at Baltimore or Richmond in accordance Ad with their judgment ? Evidently, this to cannot be done. Evidently, the delega I, tioms already elected are the only ones d that can act, and they musact on their own judgmnent in a enjecture which ie does not allow opportunity for instruc Stion by their counstituuacies. A refusal, then, by the delegates of the seceding States to return to Baltimore, a refusal to defer the ltichmond mnee.ing until lthere shall be an ltneontrollable nec''es sity for holding it, wuhld inevitablv re sult in incurable divisioit of ou" party, ithe stole ii .',servative organ.iizaitin re- ' sliimi"ng in iour citinltry; in its. final dis- ; ruilptihl; wtrs,' tdlt .till, in the. endedll elirig tof the stllccei-.fltl assertion to'I its princip hle , <, , ne are .l w ith w hich the| . iucci.* i ,Iof a' single electr.al struggle is lllw,'thy of l. Innlu'l l'I+ tOlHider''- º Stitll. I R'W Johnson, 1 1: 11 G;arnet t, . ,,ht slul,.ll, \ K Sebastiant , .l tter-. it lavit, 1 .I T hunter, I, f :' L:utar, .1 M .la.'o,, Martin J t'rawfolrd. J 1' tienj;ttmin, Peter E Love, Lut'ius .1 iartrell, Jlhn J Joneis, Jhn li . 1 Reagan, I • auiws Jil ks.'., .Jhn R Morris,,n, 0 .Jhli \" ti 'nt arwoold. `: tivr" r n FTe BF.Ai.-- Thiat will heasts oft all kinds are scared away by lire is a well known fact, but the hungry t.ar i tof so cunning a iature that he ev'en st- :a' ietian,'e the flamitng circle,r which vy'tll at time affrd i a secure protecti.i to, thie :ltpiii'g traveller. rt i. trle that thei boar d,,s iit it eyntture to t'rss li. t'ti,'rv bhr ii.ir, but it eitmlrives t,av,,d Ith. ,uiciiultv in a' lmloIt in%,'n• oils mannelllr. Goinoll! t.. the nea";rist ste iam , It iron eor.,'i it-ielf ill thl w .:it r s :o ;t.. to ne torate its fo' wl" v i nl Ili--ture'. p andll then r.ttrtriilig to the spot where th., intl,.n,l.,I pray l..s a .l,. the ann, al r,,ll.s ,,v,,r Ih,. 11;,t1th1 .",ih. ,'ig . ti,m,,r . ,i:h Ils: 1,.," t1i,,.. :atn,l l hn mak,..s it ..a tack Ul,: itl,, 'h.p'lpitr. 'This eiriuis fact-is wi kIt .viwn atitnl" thl. native's ,f Sit'.j ri.t. , that the'y hlive' !o,4, l'rodls for th,, re.pct, it whi'h they h4 the te ,rs inhnlh,,tul ,,wers. a1NUP$l O" PiuCEEDING . If TI'I. lit.or and itonrd it S-lectmten of the town of l',q-t- n.n.,, tfn at line .lyt'r ole ethi.n 3. day I ot .a.t, 180sll 1're'"n-I-'. E. JE.NNiI\'. Mayor. 114RII'; ilAIAXX. I I.. r IIARR. IicAS.. tI. l111.`, .JLLIt BARAND. T"h, ll+tl'.er of ll*. p,"" i i I it.. clog wile deads iand "alpp lro 1,.l I hi" .or staid that in rtnn*t*aqtnem of The l .:'"Y. roplerl lh m'. ! l0ra- t pa= I,.• h ears Il rep:tr. w d .*r ,, I t, thLe Iw. flr:s lthe lags I hi h weier, the i f "'"¢ fl of t"- loll wheri grof-nd w+a Inlkell a11 -i - 1. ve blod prot.tri iii, Ii.-.' d a pr, p. rly a t 'lt in ."1 1 lo w s In, slo lrtls r with lhloo Ilua .hhase of n F iur F rpo, , ,e . o m,,r lur thou, ed.l d ,,l Iri t'p.'eanes had t(.yen tIniured, a.hrirhI sul was ier and iabove itOe ordJauarv ipx-lexnsa of suirner ,:.r- + lbut bh e It hu -bandi,'g the ih ns i n had, ". l,,onhl. stall Iheaonlturedins hill' w..,* enllecteldJ oin arly it q ou1t indebtidn".a of iI. Clrporatitina. Toe hlilotii,,g bills were tt.hen iprr-nted and al. loweda: lJawda Bareaid, fr rpcket. and tred,. i 5 !0 Itar. M.. Deniam et. o. mnued.tl tser ic'., . U0 O Meatsmsa Aakerman k'a'mglhaae, for erv aces to the sack, 1500 Ronch, I rl . & Co.. bill ftr mah flar hbidgas. 6M :tu SWai. ea*.o for momey pand fur repairmen marhkt- 1 bhas tsd bMhasting it 4S.1 C. N. Hamse, Clerk and Amweor, 1w tin . J. AsII. esaA.r piakece. . Ii N Dr.C. W'.rd, for teedic.al ervicea. Ae., 6f 56 I Pttap Hfiee.a. r reateaa ,e.. ae,&e.. I1 1 W. P. R,.iaaur, itr pranting. a per seotrme, 1rS w Zaeom Lalmiave, for ,.';al :.dvce and servicei in ,mils, 61St 00 a'r al . ......... . . . ..f . 1 averasl small batis were laid o lr want It ft'rn) aed lit~ae. toW The Mayor tbe epp.inteed M,•ers. Doral, Hulh ' CIhArse and Mlaks, a cummtlrlsl to esnmine fire h41lta of tlhe (ens4ble, Coliector and "reaurer, Smini i. ltra salleaatent with the flouard, to which Ccommnitiase tla. Maitr wias added. the Coc-il itea adjouarned. '. K. JENNINGS. Mayer. Clsl. N. IIsas, Clerk. SYNOPSIS OF PROCEEDINGS. At a meeting of the t.layur and Board of Selet. men of the town of Plnmqiteii. hbld at the Mayor a I ouftie tbia llth day of .aly. 1860 l'resena-P. E. Jstialiss, Ma .-L. Chare, Mau,icepdriz, Joleslltlrand *GO1 I lublw, Se ilecton.n. ' 'r"i nminutes of the prev eadh~ a f ant npproved. The foullowi; bills were she allow. sed SF. N. Bissell, $7.20; Mrs. H. Worslal -S,0; Chates Bisell; (negro man,) 61.40; C. Voit, for c Offus frnish .paupers, $1,00; U. S. Hease," Treas uarer, sal 182.F5; Wm. H. Pnison. sala. r ry a. Constablennd Collector, and for interest paid for money for rase of ('orporation, 5410 50. The toudn'dtenaretdti tt eiiamant. ehe books and vouchear of the Ctinstthbt mad (taiteetor arid l'rs.aaurer, snd funsd ths.m corsr~c, anI sthe M .~or wa iaithoerized to amacel their honda, leavianc ajthe hatds if the Mayor a numher of uns1iiiedd balltie i to and from the CUorparaiuoaemd laeaum of 311del .Ira and 6ity cent. in cash, in be hamded over to the Fnew Bard. There being ao tiuther buincee the Uounaciitlajournaed. P. E. JENNINGS, Mayor. C. N. HAss, Cler Ata meeting oft the Mator and Roard of Select maa itt the town tf Pinquis.ns.. held at the Mayor's ofeh-e this --h day tf tny, 1840 cbs.h( ollow(lg per ons ,elected o uthe itdl day of .Mah, 1860, having ti-n t rn atoe oath of ogice, app.ared and took L .. JENNINGS, Mayor. LU OHAR RE, S J. I A PETIT, Se slectmen. E EMILE DEGEILOS. henThe Board s pro'eeded to e Constable $ and Coli,,•lot. Mr. J-,tes I. Barker, werciviag ail cite votem €ain, wis declar,'d duty elected. The aeme 8 if W. P. ramdbura, being propoeed 6or Treaaarer, t, and hiveng no opposition, wam declareddMy clecaed t"'reaaurer fir the enaniing year. The nmes a W. , P. llradittar and J." A. Brioaud were then apretated IC t'r Corporation Printers., ad were unaiianausily hIs.ii'cad-eaeh to receis,. ,(41.0, for pubtliahing the proceedican of the Board one year, payabhl qtaarer., Iv. Mr.'John Bindv wasthen..lectetl Cierk without ,. oppemuiae. 'lhe Meyor wha ,rdered to rent an elice of ra. F. Smeth ftr the u oe .. the Comac-. There being ao t'urher bos1lea the ("onneil adjotrned. C 'P. 5. -JENNINGt, Mayor. f- d Called MUet11g. ir The Mayor mad Board of Salect'nen of the c.town of Plaquemaine met at the Mayor's oflce this 15th day of May, 18a0o P. 1:. Jenning. Mayor; J. L Petit and L -eiea F Chars.. Selectmen. u- The Mayor stated that Mr. John Brady coeld not qualily ma Clerk, when, on maties of J. L Peitt. theBoard proceeded Io an electios. The name of Mr. John Marcot was proposed,ad having mo oppostioe , ws uvamimeesly elected I- Clerk for the easeml g yee. e- Mr. James P. Tasel, ONe o the Seletaen elected on the 7th of Mla, inst., mst in his ye sigmation, which was and the Mayer is There being me.farthe, beiie.. the Cemsel g. adjourned. ,~ KJ2 P. .& JENNINGS, Mayor. ADAdIs,¶.a¶ta TN BY (o cOLTh ch PATENT gIg.MOLc WIL or Ia le at r.el ..it • J. Mc WILLIAMI8 & t00. MISCELLANEOCS. THlHE undersigned wouhld re 1 spectfully announce to their friends and the public generally, that they have just purchasced the Cotfee-house and fixtures formerly kept by Phd lip Heelein opplosite the steamt Lot laidnug: and having been to considerable e pense in p.ier iig all the roonisso that t:ey are neat aindplleas ant. and hasin the ?.st brands if Liquors ,andl WIn'as to bew ha ian New Oi leans. and further. pledging ourselves to spare no patts to please all f who .-all'to see us, we shall expect a small share a of the publlc patronage. b ,etO .e tti.R. 1 TURIN &'SEIPPLE. Ii t Iteat.* RIA. arsLE, f Plaquemine. May 19. 1661,. . 1otioe. - tI TS hereby given that an FEI.FCT(ON will be I I held at the t'ourt-holme n the'town o PLIla- ti quemine,. on MtINlI) Y thie 6:lth in-.. for the purposeof elecItng one selectman, in the plard of J P. Terrell. resiged. t Polls to open at 10 oaclock. A. M.. and close at e . I'E JF.. JENNI MaIyor. t I'Plaquemine, .ay Isth, 5i60. 1 FISHI 1.1 ICE. il HE unlersigied woaihl r spect-. ci fully inform their Irendei andal( Jhe public, that they have ilaste arrangements to rrecrive once a week .'upllly it Varionlu Kiiedn of Fish, l t which e ill I.e rea ly jar d.:iser. tu therv ptrons evrry Tihurady mnoraain;. at the New Orleans Cost Plrce. They tru-t that thi.i cintinue'l disposition to I, acconninodate the ptll ,' n the' way of Iee and its t!uxurwi. ill insie the cr ontllnuance of that patronage N hlisch has ,ber no belra ly e*ten!deld them heieiinulre. It tinyl2-tt VE SlER & i1Ulo L'l.'-T 1. LALEIIZI. F'a cry iaker avid Coalftetiooser.' E'F.('TFI'I.LY informs fariei tL . and other- 1 Pl'aqauerinle and ier. ' v lie, that hle i4 at al Itlltes Ii,"p.reil to nI Itnarish parti,.s with Cak' and C'oferttiomry in every style,. aIn malnularctllei i a manneilier not Isurpassedi anywihere. :,. e ll ua ,,stlaiany thing that may be required in his line at the ehourtesi notic.e, aslid ona the most reasionable terms. Bakery at tl.e collet ofi Boank atcd t.inBald streets, my 12 - Estray. H T.KEI.:N ('P by Joseph C. t;raulert. a re- ident ot tet -t lanmk of the .. - Pr abl..t I w ity ites Itlow the town ofl 1'a quemane, a BAY HORSE with several white spots--Banded or marked T on the lest shoulder. wi, tlh the alt aiild teet white-al Iilie years d old-blhnd in the letll ee. and Iouiteen hands ' high. tl The ow' ner of the above animal can have time same by proe ing propelt y aI toe ssls .- tie said iOie wilt be sold on the 2flth dtay of May. inst., . at ten o'e'ock. A. M... at the office of the unlder- s signed, for cash. V1 T. COL.LE, my12 JusticePeace. o TIlE STUBBLE SHIAVER. it is impo*ille for the uirdersigned toive a p practical eaidevce of the utlmaty of their I Stubble 6bha er t, all. they herewith append a i letter Iiom that well-known p'anter. F. A. Bats. oira, of Ascension, who gave it a thorough trial, and who, it is seen, gives it his unqualified I, .approbation. " Ie can also show any wis ubbr of raaliticaates those who hove witnessed the 'I ane Shaver. t t "hllcitArte:. Aptil 21, ISit0. "Mr. A. Sr. DIZI1R. Iberv le Having lit tor. tbe city the day after you were here I Clhl aly try Allen's Rlatoon $ha I ving Machine yesterday everinsinn the prerence of ten or twelve planters of this neighborbehood, Swho were hilhly..pleasd with its perfrrmance. I and will no doubt wake application for several of your machines. I wish you would inscribe my samne for one of tRem. e Itespectsully, your ob't. erv't., F. A. BRINGIER." Those in this parish who wish to subscribe, or who require any information respecting the above Mac , will please apply to otrn: Da -s.uux & A. STr. DIZIER & Co., my 121 Inventors and Manufacturen. I State of Louisia.tn--Parish of Iberrille- 6td Judiriral District Court. In matter of the F.states of Rosalie Me Iancgmn and D-arville Lacroix. tITTAERE IS. (ieophas Barbay has this day VV petitioned this tart tar letters of .\dmin Sisteration of the seccesmons of Koselie Melanayoa t an I Dorville Lacroix; deceased Notice is hereby givem to all whom it may con rL to show ca.ns within ten days trom the te eCthe publicatiou hereot, why the prayer of said petitioner shonIld not he grantued. Clerks office, May II. IlGO. S mylt2 M. A. ESTEVAN. (Clerk. ELa de lo tLoisiane-,-Paroised"lberrilk- - ('our dr 6eme District Judiciaire. Successions de RosAlie Melangn)n et Dor ville Lacroix. i. A TTENDI, que Cleophas Barbay a ce jour 1 presenntd sa petition en cette cour b I'elft Sd'olbair des ;ettres d'admmnistrations des saeese - ions de Rosalie Melan(on et Dorville Laeroix. k Avis est per le present donnd a tott ceux qmue eela concerne, de deduire sons 10 lrs de la date de ce present lea rai.ona pour lesqrnellea il as Sersit pas tiit droit h ta dite pe ilion. ,Bureau du Greilt, Ma] lO. my2 lr. EdTEVAN, GreCffer. SSuccpss o rta rith, deceased. ifEREAS, Thomas 8.. Gsaett, in his caps S V city l" Cnreter of tie state of Martha Smith, deceased, has this day 1W in this Court his accosnt of administratioo- Notice i, hereby live. to all whom it may at concern to show cause within thirty days from :e the date hereof why said final aceount should net r be homologated sad made a jadlment of this court. Clerk's olee, April 3Oth, 1860. ap4 M. A. E~TEVAN, Clerk. Ebje de I/ Latiiar-Par-i, d'lkrril, Sucoersion de feue Martha Smith. A TTENDU, qoe Thomas S. Garrett, en a ea Lpaeitd de Curate.r de Ia sucesrioe de lese Id Martha Smith, a ce jor enalisad dans In lureau L. de Grefler de catte oar aos compte d'admianie " tration id Avis est parle-e ut doed hp too s aux qe d col concerse dde mss - twt jrn del i date de e prese lea saleo plh lqll I n dit omptle ae meait ps hem1ea I t f. I I t doatte wm. . S a dm Sefae. Avril LO, SU. - •* apt M.. . T ANt - L TADIS ad Misme -Ises asotmest. For sale .I b b rhLq LbL Idec 8 rut~la.,7 VAwtz~n.A MISCELLANEOUS. PROSPECTUIS. eO'Nf Lfadies .Iradcasy -OO" WNT OP OLT CROSIS, qascanisC, (Iberallie, Ia. T IRd hS INSTIT'r'lTION is beiatiftilly situatedl o1 SI the teitIe of the tlo ait of Plaqunft.l ,. letween C('utirt. ( hll.i' it, i t ! 'lIvi ullne stre (,. t''he r t!budlla arte large alul cmnmolitns. a I and healthy er*t,*rC e. The1'Ir It, itut.,:r: hen,,. situated wiihin a few minutes wAtlk o; I,, -t raei. Holy 'ioss,, whllo li,,g wh olly !rent,,l to t!,e Uimportant wl, k of pn:a" IuItsatiotln. -l...re ,.o pai nl to llllprovet" lilte t',1lts el ito, ! l''nI * I, i " tule andI salte their inl. I. witlh lMwlt. It-ege,;u;r at they pledge themsel es to, return the ri:iairlnl to their parents improved in trilie a! Iii 'rning. To impart a thorough etlcarion, il tie Ihghe-t sensie ot the word-to train the nrAral and the it telietctual abeing-to deve'ope sound health and ieleg.a t mamthitalsl. is all object ot01 on stant attII iloEI. The system of governmrrnt is nind and miaternal. anntnltg toi guide ratther thf!a to drive k the p hpil. along Ie pat at d.tty I he coliorts ' rand 1Iersotnal habtllL- i the yoI'ing iles, receive r , thesatle attelttl a+ it the iual refined family I clar e. Religion is the grnunl.l-wcrk of ell'ation. , T'Ir Institutionl I t'.ttholic. blt young ladies of al deelolniauuls are admrltel. prou :led they r. are willing lot t he sake of oritra antI lnt ntiruity. to attestl tie exerci-es of pu!'tl t' vor.itp The ..A.,rnmlmr al year is of ten mont!hs. 'lie course at I titratiot e :lhraces all the bratnche, us.ally *a a4igt ill Atc.v!eties. with the lafihty of plima. ry In-tuctioln i unoth tie Eagtli'h ad F"renPch latgulag.. at th." optiun of 1,iaents. 7'rmts /tr lJori, irs : Entrance tee, He.1. 55.00. S i 00 0P Board and "l'tm.n, wper annum. payt;itet.ts quarterly it advance, 80 1O eft '1: Br ,t ! r ,"/./ IlOuBardel rs :o 'tuition per month, payable monthly, O10 00 0 T e','r,.s /,r I) .h, Schlaris : I si 'Tution, per month, payable ionthly, S1 00 Extra char.ges at the option of parents. viz: Mlusic, . Melical Attendance. Board at Ctonvent ti durint 1'a.cation. Washing and .latditg;. Bed. p Br,!,ini. 1Mattra-s. Statannery, Tapestry-work. , Etmubonleri, Artificial Flowers, ke. sc. Oi e BHard, Tluition antd Washing. .\lending. Bed.3 Bedlig'. latitrast. Stationery, ''apestry work. :mbrotderv. Artlifcial Flowers. Ac. &r. Or Hoard. Tl'utlon,, Waslng. Mlellnding. Bed. Bed dangt: tatlunery. complete, per anutuni. 5210 00. I NI Fltl. l',tcr-Green Frec'h Merinos. Sunaoer--Pul.k (;itghlam. It is to be worn only oit Sundays and Thurs. days, andl the other Itttid.tys whent going to Church or Walk. Patterns of the make and tl I the shade may bl had at the Convemnt. tl SPE'"."l. I ,IRE.CTIO) S. h Each Boarder nmi,.t be provided with six Sheets, u Silnaqato Bar. six teett 1y three: twelve Chemi. ses; uttot pairs ot Hose; ditto of Ilandkerchiefs; six Pillow Case-; twelve Towels and Napkins; one Tumhler; Fork and Knife; table and desert spoons, and all the requisites of Toilet. Pocket money is to be deposited in the hands of the Superior-ss. Vsits are allowed to the Boarders from their Parents and Guardians on Sundlays and 'Thurs days, aa., only from U o'clock A. M. to 1- o'clock P. M. R.fcerenccs-Plaquemine. Rev. Francois C. Fati lot. New Orleans, Rev. P. F. Sheil. S. S .C.,4r SISTIER.MARY OF CALVARY, nov.?7-sep3 dSupeaops of the CeeveLt. CHiRLES BYRE,, We. 46 Tohoupitoalas st., betweem Poydras and Graier, Mantufrcturer oft'Copper, Sheet Iro, , and Tinmare, etc., Dealer in Stove. and Store Pipe, t AKES every description of Copper Work. .LI including 'TI'LLS, of from 20 to 2000 gal lons, and Sheet Iron Welk and Tinware, etc.; Blacksmithing and General Jobbing and repair- a ing in the metallie line attended to. He keeps I a good assortment of TINWARE on han, I which is offered at very low prices, both by wholesale and retail. CHARLES BYRNE would also state that he keeps constantly as good a supply and assorta metnt of the best deseription of both Ileating and Cooking Stoves as can be found elsewhere, one description of which. entirdy fifsos mse tafwture, the BYRNE STOVE, would cook for trom 30 persons to 300, or even up to 800 or 900. according to size, there bein gven sizee. This description of Stove is extraominary for simpli city, strength, compactness and convenience of being moved front place to place without liabil. ity to injure. also for durability. No stove can I excel it for baking, frying, boilingorbroiling; its canpacious oven has an apparatus, easly nana- 1 ged. and not liable to, eet out of order, that when Sproperly usedl. causes meat of all descriptions., so well as fish, vegetables, fruit, pastry and bre.d. etce., which may be put in it, at Ihe same time, to be btaked. or more poperly speaking roasted, m the est posabie mamnetr. and to be dry and crasp ed on the surlace, as if cooked before an open fire, and aich article retaiing its own particular Sflavor, all the damp sweat aafamse arising fromn the diflrent articles undergoing thDe proce oI etoking, being carried etirely off the moment they arie It can alhnbe made to have the pow er to consume nearly its own smoke; it has be sides a drai regulator to govern the ire. -'IlE IBYRNE S'TOVE' will either suit for wood or acoal, and besides has the advamtage of admitting of another stove being attached. or Aichedw oato it. Swhich can be done with very hittle trouble, and ! without any alteration or cnan;e in its form or conatrcition. When put together the two lbrm a aplendid Range, and ARE WORgED WITH' ONLY THE 10t FIRE,thatof the first. T'heI addtiomal store, servinl in conjuaction with the Sfirst.t do all descriptions of baking. as well as for heating pcrposa, etc. Tbhe frmans or 6fre Sbox being lined all round wirh heavy separate east iron plates. and separate heavy grate hersm. Should they get warped or barned from the con Rsat action of the lie, all or any of them can be raenewed by the maker (who retains all the origi. nal patterna) at very tridllng expense, which will render the stove as good as new. Thes lguard plates have very seldom to be renewed Lbeire the expiration of two years, and from that ap to three or four years, and the sheet iron past, if - the foregoing ias atteded to. will easmly r free , ight to ten years. This stove im now a use on steamlships, steamboats. in hotels, boarding-hoa se and on many planTsaions, where large nm bhers are to be cooked for, sad in several private I families. C. B. olier the above andal his 6thber desrip. i tions of excellent heating and cooking stoves. Sand other articlea to the publig at easonable pri ose; he refrains trom exaggrating or overrating Ite quality of ki, goll. All -d ul Is tieuly b _et llmarkml at the blwet is a teper eeatdadactsea to diAl. SYINE. J*3ll I! AH NO. 4 CtARTREs 'IgEr. retnsy]*NE RLAN .r1ISCELLANEOUS. i-IIEELER "& WILSON'S SEWING. MACHINES lla:e this t:ai t!,.:.. taken tae i'tirat I'sresanisasa ut every State 1'.: h.l in tohe I nited States ,s hereertlieyi,.ne a oiutenlded,W\ITHOUTC ON1: tLXCEPTI.o ~iz: s '.til ofr s'$u.nI-- i . at St. l .nolis. 1i1 o If ".I \.-:. at (ei ltralia. 4T' oF" NL \V OIrK it }lI 'E ST L'1 fEOr S.w o .t acuse s I'A E S'L: r .'I:a" J11' j Y. l m SI'AT ,: i I' ..( . 1: ... t l .; t ,Il'it1 se SrATs: or v IIh.i .a.. at RlichmonlId. St IR: o,.tALiFORNIA. si SEt: ,r rrs\s .v.iA , at Pittsburg s1 r1: OU Wi.COshsI , Cl IrTE OF MItCJI(.GAN. Si e OF 11i isA, And also at the Fairs in CI.tlt'AI I. ST. i.i)Ul.. 13 L1'iMORF., Itl i. N D , SAN FRIANCISCO. If these "' , . ot e-stablh.i a reputation, we know inot ill. At the above niametl W'I' .EN'I FAls 1-at nearly aul of them, the boasted SINGER "huttle lach'ine.' 1)DIrCON ''EN)D, as Well as Grover & Bakei s, Weed t, ' .)t'>. Webser's Benthol'ts. and twenty or more o:hers; and ALL. in EVERY INSTANCE, have teni SIGNAI.LY andt FAil.1Y BEA''EN. No ritional man can now denly the !'act that the WIEELEI I& WVILSON SEWING MACHINE 'ii, NE P'lS L' LTRA of all Sewinug Mas 'uInes-the Paul .YIorplsy of (C'reatio. The following iv the published report of the" PEN'N; t.VANIA s'1'ATE AGRICULT1'URAI. • tli.:iY1, on awarding the premiums at the cocltusion of their Fair, at Pittsburg, on the 1st of 4ctoberlast: "'the Committee have given a full opportunity to the exhibitors of sevqeal Sewing Machines, ti. show and explaini their several articles, and alter a close investigation have concluded, while' snuertes Machine for heavy'work is equal to any ant also an excellent Marclne for general use, Grover & Baker's is mole liniple in ats con.true tiun,and elafal in its ability to prform forgeneral purp.ses; bit' without disparaging the merits oat either lof tihe above, the Cotiitnitce Teel constrain eld to award adlilloatu to the Wheeler & Wilson 3lacrbeu as being the bust for all family purposes (Signed) R. B. MOORHEAD, 1MUSES F. FAT'U.Y, WM. MLRDOCK, JOHN A. SMIALL, Committee. TIl. FACT THAT IVILEILEII & WILSON MACHINES Have taken the FIRST PREMIUM at ALL. theState Fairs held this fall (1~9I) throughout the Union, IN EVERY INSTANCE where they have contended, oser all other Sewing 31aLh.nea must be received as CONCLUSIVE EVIDEICE of their Unqualified Superiority. An ample supply of these FIRST PREMINW .Macbhines will be received by every steapl ir New York; and for sale at the ONLY DEPOT e -Of .."-. n f ACHINEu, W Y am.tl Street, j.ta) i. U. 1Dm, AgeLt. JYE P ALIDDLER .LIT BartM.e Establlmemt. g " The undersigned respectfully announces to the citizens of lb erville and West Baton Rouge. that he has agsan ratured to Plaquemine, with the intention of Io cating l masel permanently, to carry on the ialWy and sanem 3 lqiM IN A6J ITS BRANCHES. Those in want of SADDLES. HARNESS. or any article of PLANTATION GEARING, will find it to their interest to give hitm call, before purchasing elsewhere. Shop on Main street, lower story of the Old Masonic Hall. , mh24 A. W. SCOTT. CONFECTION ARY. ER.M.EST TC'RPI.,, No. 55 Old Ler.',v', Now Orleans. ,f ANUFACTURES by steam process, eve i ry description, Syrups and Gum Drops. His Rock, Stick and Fancy Candies are well nowp throughout the Southwest, furnished freals from the manufactory; they are reallp superior, and are decidedly preferred to simi lar articles brought from a distance, and more or lees deteriorated in consequence. N' Articles warranted. EWTerms eush, or approved citl aeccp. tance. I 1 N. P. A @CKL ZY, (LATE YOUNG & CO.) S @amp Street. new Orlesum: kar& m.e, ..sawLe ..asd sem eme . Importers ofine Watchse____ for Ladies and Gettlemen,of the moot celebrated makers of England and Swit. zerlalld, made to his order expreusly in heavy cases, (gold and silver) end warranted standard linenesM. Ladies Chatelaine sand jeck Chsias, Gients Guard, Fob and Vest Chains; Seals, Xeo Ac. Finger in4os, E-r ngs, Breast pine, (lt pLns, &c. Diamonds ai Pius ar.d Kings. Spectacles for every age, in gold, salver and stel frames; Silverware warranted as pure uas coin, coelaitiag of table. tea and desert Spoons; Table and Desert Forks, i.adles, Batter Knives Mustard and salt spoons, sugar tongues, &e. Plated ware, consisting of casutors, eandlestick Having been always engaged in the meehanisl part of the business, all Watches aett for replir. will have the strictest attention, sad having every Iacility for making any portion of a watch, he will he enabled to work on very reasonable terms. I' Jewelry made to order, and repairod. Dia tmandse reset in he latest style. Canes mounted in gold or silver dee3-no7 . eIatucky ade Sladldles. E have a lot of the above pronouoned by judgs to be just the style wanted. Extra Large Size Spaaiisr Sd.dl, with a eewsplete eersmteat of IBra Biaindb pur.; ap l. 5 cWILLIMS & CO. will diopoee of very cheep fhrc b good paper, if early application be made. syl2 I4A~tit MciADlI.