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OLD SERIES-VOL. 12. NO. 49. P, QUE11E\I. PAR ,-I 1OF IBEtlI LLE. LA.. JULY 7. Gi0. NE- SERIES--VOL. 3, NO. 23
PROFESSIO.YJL CJIRDS I
lAMBS I. 00r,
.lttoruey at Law,
T1 TILL practice in the Courts of the Sixth ,
I lJudicial District, and the Supreme Court
of Louisiana. f
If Post-offce addlress-Plaquemine.. Iber- I
wilke, La." feb4-ly (
BENJ. N. DEBLIEUX, E
.IttorBey at Law,
1~Faqucminr, lbcrril Parish. L.orisiana. f
71I.t. devote his whole attentionto the prac
tice om the;r profession in all the Courts of
toe Sikh Judicial District. je23
DAVID N.H A iROW, 3. W. POPE,
P'1tquemine, West Baton Reuge,
Slberritlle, La. Baton Rouge P. U.. La e
Barrow &. Pope,
1Dtrsegs .e nd inas essa ao L.,
" ,TILL practice their peofessen in the parish- !
Se of West and East 8ateo Rouge, Iber- I
vale, Point Coupee and West Fdliciana; the Su-'.
preme Court of Louisiasa. and the United States :
District and Circuit Courts at New Orleans.
Attorney at Law and
Justice of the Peace, :
"Y'Otitce on Main street. auge
.AttorneIJ rat .ta v,
Wdt devote strict attention to the practice o
hi! protee.ou int all the Courts of the sixth Ju
Oltlice with Zenon Lahaure. ap?4-ly I
Attorney and Counsellor at Law,
t Ojye gsoge as Zeorn .abaurs, Ast.,)
jyti] PLArvl ZMIY., LA.
JOS. H. BALCH,
Notary PubUo and Auotioneer,
TýlLI., do business in any part of the parish
II at the following rates:
Al ,Notarial acts drawn for five to ten dol
Lai: Fanty Meetings held for eight dollars.
A .,tioneei's business done on term-, to suit pa
trons. , deetl
Dr. W. WEIN$s,
Hiving located in Plaquemine
for the purpase of practising the
above proiesaion, respectfully soli
rc's a share of the patronage its this viciaity.
wnich he hopes to merit by strict attention to
business. Dr. J. can offer no inducement in the
wav of cheap weak as he uses the best of ma.
tertals a,.J WARKAN'I h all his work.
r~ Pes,,ns wishing him to call at their resi.
deces,. will please send word to the Tuttle House.
wvherat heir eommands wail meet with his prompt I
ocs8ly W. 3ENEINS, D. D. S.
*suaei IL. a .
Uttorsey at Law,
" 11.1. prctice law and collect claisele in the
W counties ul llarrin,, Panols, Iak, Smith,
Wood, l pabur, Case, and Marion, and is the Fed
eral and hliren'e Courts at Tyler. my25
W. 1. POvLSoN. JAwas PSARaON.
POLSON & FEARSON
House, Sign atrd Ornamental Painters,
and Imitators of Wood and Mar
ble, Paper llanging and
All done on the cheapest possible terme; sad
guaranteeiung perfect satisfaction. they requet the
patrotiage of their friends and the public gene.
"tneakampr & wyses,
Wholesale Grocers and
W. eOWIIE" s*o.
CI Particular attentioq given to consignments
of iugar and Molasses, and to flling orders for
Wester Produce. isa8s'-tf
Court Ho sohange.
TNFORM their friends and the pblic, sal all
Sthee who have en appetite for
and lea ,ager,
that thly have opened a Cotffee House under the
abo, .r .ne, on the corner of Main snd Seminary
stlreetls. where visitors will receive every attee.
loll.on, ald tt-ir sprirtoal wants immediately sop
plied. . jy94m
Ladies Dress Goods
Plautastlgou S ed
they particualarly call attention to, as als their
extensive stock of
Na.6y d.O lear.
S They will not pretend to give a list of their
stock in the compass of ase advertisemeat, ht
request all who are in want of
to live them a call, as they feel fully satisied
that purehaus will not go away from their atos
dimsstsed. jocLJ3 KAASE SKOS.
ville, that he is at alt ites ppred to
tfuemiah parriee with Ca-s and g·- is
ev s ry sI. and manufacrured iaf'asiuenr- I
surped a ) were He wil feaksmy th I
that may be required in his line t the
Itkery ast tuwe oitm od-n l dsI
tIE un'ersigned would re
Sspectfuill aninnunce to their
friends and t" p:,,t.,c :e .rallty.
that the} hi:e ,iýt pl ecr eJ the
Cogee.ho.usc a. d lietures fia nl iv ke.,n by Phal
lip Heele, opigo, ine tieat::dh o' landing: and
hat ing been to cuitr sat .e jxpesre in r'.pet.
ing all the rooln so that ?'iv ale near ,ld pc tis
att. and hast ie the ± ,° ,,.i. (l ' Lioern .,.'i
I i.'s to be i.i ! in .New Orlr-a,. adnI turt.er.
pledging oursnee!; .s u snare in !Jlna tn o p,', e" .
who aill to .e uQ. we shall expect a sai:ia, bhalr
of the public atr .ge.
CTiRIN & EIPPI'YL:.
CHARLLI LLIEPI ES ,
P la q u erm a n e . a y E, : *D. 18 . '
.Y'EIr AIIDDLERVL .L'rD
Halrel" I.t;tbliauiacut. ii
The , 'et. :vil ..e.lecf.'iv
an n unc t : , _, , ..:* , : l],.
Serville and \\'et li :, n l.Io 's. t,,,: ie :", .', s: "
returnedto Plaque;.i. e. e. wi'h h!; in:e;tnoit of lo
cating himself rermanenIlv. t.) carry oni the
Sadilery and Harness Business
IN .ALL ITS lIl:\.\tIlfS
Those in want ' SADLLt S. II \RNI'S?. or
any article of l'I.AN f i \ON). GEAIING, wt'!
find it to th-ir 'iteret to give hint a c.ll. lte ore
50op on Maiii .:." e'. ! :er atnrv of the Old
Maaquc Hall mo- 1. l 1 St' I i
JUST lRT.1':IVi:i) Al
RL. A. OiILLIOTN'
W .noy o C roooery a3tor o,
8 dos bolies I'Pa, :1:e.
2 " svru :;
Candies of a`! kin s;
Cream Bis" i it
Table Salt, i'luchetter-h .r
Sauce. Frenh f 1.,stern.
Pine Apple i : :v-e a. ! I':esh Je y.
Cheese and Frean fa:ter:
s Foot Fals.
iyu"' Top* and! : fares.
* un Cap.. ires .ai,. lt. s.
I ed Penrii. Le:teerPt1wr TL.1st ndhL ,,"
Tb lasgar Plan ters.
TIhe Star Bagaisse Furnace.
lateti 15ath June, 1858.
'Never Known to Fall :
I )ART;ES wisl,irg :u pnrchase tie e rht tu ,'eb
Splase apply "
The Wood or ('C.al Fnrance,.
for either BOILERS or ' I.; \R KtEI LJ-. LLEa.
Patentee December 21st, 1868.
IT NIV merols references given. Apply as
I ANTONY ASTREDO'S
8S ['ER , ALOUN,
No. 16 Royal Street,
Next door to the Post Office, NKw OaLeass.
Oywtera in Barrels or Cans. Pickled or Spiced.
PFl sand Nuts of all kinds, wholesale and re
Always on hand a full supply %f all the luxn
ries of the season.
Mealb erved in New York sty e.
City and country orders put up on the shortest
J. MelWILLIAMS & CO.,
W E are to-day opening a second supply of
Si the above; smog them will be touud
New style English Berage-;
Coloosed Printed Brillhantines;
Plain BIk. French Lawns; "
'' Pink do do;
r White, Plain and Checked Nainsooks.
A large ao ,eautiful asortment.
Pt, StFt TSI ?D PAUTS.
Weese La ~ceipt o: another lot of the boerv .
Thewev.ey 'ine and I .onl.
I pa. Extra Fine cing. rtlniled Black do.
SLine. ad Cotton Damas;-;
Breae Lacle anri ln slin d-. -
M• ioqul . eelagsl
White and Bro Linen do;
04 White (Cotton.
Iebiaet do--some very fne.
Me.s' Boy and Children do,-a large as
r qll J. McWILLIAMS & CO
,At aDd Below Costl
t bae b w styles of Drqa Goode
SBAREOES and GINGHAMS,
a little isled, but not ijajsed, which we will till
at ad below met.
epoti i. MeWILI.IAMS & Cd
MSWW ND seonMAKER.
Smuoemor to Joseph Fisher.
ae WEl ~itep onstant? on haud, .
I diln ad wel peected tock of Ma
g[,_ u d anr aaslolcture to order, Boo
i sA waeua hi ra work equal to
- It 'e .N Aw esde llt at bis ahop on Bask
Jaau -ar' It. I1.00i
t7 ABERI IEI. Ii't \\,. N,
T` Iai n a:: ::: ,+, 1 11th t,..+ li .st a "!' ! ::w s;:rs . i k
DRT GOO) N.
Goods for Ladies' Dresses.
.'.u' aitnd ,plelldid .wvclir'hy.
.AN 1:X 1IE , i .-- i. K 'I
Roady II-:4,e a lothing,
:N ) At , ) 'i .i 1< i
Gentlemcnt' , II 5,'rtlr obc,
In a a r s s:, 1 1,. :
U1 a :ia. I. .. .. t .. l. t, y , f
F.'l tndsost arfd ,ichs , t oo sI.. . ,
1"ated e " i"," re ased 1,1 ,a lfad,
t ' , . I - i' ""P. ,' . :.. t. ...l
Handsomest and Richest Goods,
'lore New rt le. of Arllel.es.,
ti a a Pi cl Iseen iI ' 1. vt:
New ,, ! 41: ' Id .,.s!
Stork oft- dew' Goods:.
For the : pri; antd Summer of 1860.
Lau is : .I ti a: n' l" re,
Lf .. . - . ', I3 ' tr r
I s ti ' 1 1 IIIf eT
r 1 t'. . 1
', o I ss ,, ' ; p e:' s.
i'.1 Ica : . ,.z "i.
ri 111, ` ',,,"i u i* . ,I .1 in li 1 1 ." 1 +
I . e ', I t n . ' 1 " ul. / - N .o
Ipoi 'ira aisd P LussLmssep of 0,
lc n. ' r, 6i. '. "r e '': . t i `8 '1 , I . :1 1.l i. . t nir o ,,
.tro . (as t ti i .. :ii . 1 of i"'- i a . l uinpr,
ce,. p for-i ". l.. ) .- : .r " ', : . . 'Il\ .,l1.
'anll sill lt i iei l r t' v C ,"tii l ·it ii
lte pal-. 'I'ey still oclupy 'r Of d Slt ll K 11N.
Mai l - street. .,..- .4
o RO Vsi-t BROS'..
('QEECTEI) iTE1i U º s3'41R TR.lS.
h e ir,. n . h t 1 4i: '1m:.,im a e n e new
androper t e"irr - ie ,_. t 4 an' jul , an d,,
rd it s treated t; lt.i l"1iS y SI 1 'O Ili,,t n as1s.1 . te
long'ieeqcn ctfir. ion an deer to all on 0 r t Je a
patrons ast tthe d niu . sly of their sI ..IT e rei
pun tuaty aa r int ains th , ' ttry' d4i itv.
iThaM k:l t tue uaf ett . h:yli i anki Stheya
will s Le conse laled w rty of tha Patins."'en
trwhich has been c . hertoosly exteneirsd i ll othe n
the past. They stll occupy of t he Fir Star ld
t ton RoTED, h 1860, J. . R TRAI.
n"d hsi n' advazitagesoact any otber on .h.b..
Theon and Sorimple. st and most ecnmulc.'a mode of
Planters, and i.ii hr interelel.. are jarited toI
,l and ua exami le the ,rking I quallity
A -1'. AllIS'I Sisr, PANS, for iianuaing 1
proper tuhe ba t in use, t said jhin ice, aned,,i
as it is treated renthi: ty as ald to poling as thei
istisequent i l taritr c .la ad clean n t of the aan C l- I
furnished at prcsl rl eIir thia any i t her.a
d ,Offfiece, up rairs to i Pb i.ln i c treet.
a26 Near "Batt(. aery s strnet
AwiSt e tl llurned efrom ie ilankstr, brinila
*rii a Iargs and well assorted rrock of
rOtctrml, Of an! kinds.
Aem, jast received orom thei. LoFi a lot ol
A. it ise y intentioo to ksee on lead a ulTn
e hpli ~ Gverytthia in moe line, atcll. Isohibitd
Io my old orinh eust urei aum.'
Pa Stem onpoithe Nicnra. areari
Telpln Is ald l etiam
nTae uaOCuTe Tf..s TRAeIN'i u
ditn in teatres clanned fr m a n
irgis, sad adp:h pIes !o thanaAly TAte rs.
ad fer g al atl ("li ) TIo st o FF ic
-' . '. 1'h ,' e n -rr0; _ t.. i ,,: lliet Ir Ih,.
LI.lit, I Lt jiLit ,n 'aitlar., a,
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(Al onl ' i;. ,l ..v .: · I vsll . I, 'l' r.lhll ll "o tr CVl ltD
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l. i in 0 i. ""ia b . cunt .tn . hi
_ , l r ;rtr. ,rnt 'W I d n i.re ·n
i.. '. l , ', p1 "," 7Y. I m t
-A:" g. ,,+l.. , ,-S a' t b
si n Businers.
: ".I: r, 1 . ;' t ,L a;, , \I , a dljinti. g t i IP e r i
. ', - 'tl, e" i '.,lI,, ... " ,r In [It+ flu+'t,.
i ' l ND I iERSrGNED hare ia ociat dihm
g ,ene 'a FoJrlw lty· and I( Onmi' O l'F o lf ILn ,tI'. i
• :JI. , f. ,, t.I . l"". ..Ir ii $i3(" f i nliig a
'ai e -ll t,, i cI,, .l. Miin el . dI' the IIcr-,
ci tsa. nll buaine r' nllr . of li ' Noatli. ,Eat anI
pi t" ' .i i. attendl Ied t..
IHEELLIN & JE)NINGS.
Lt' llr r in ant reliatle ctlieln of the Poa-b
ibewille. La " . deci
Barber 8bop Rernoval,
IlC\ LA,, t I,,-ll HLKR.ra *tfd.informsh i
1 7 tl.nh, aI ' t, p:SiG that e s at remh,-ed ,
hgis BarLer lil' ti.L banil t ret the h3 .11se o i
Slein slret litely occupiel as a .ulber d aop by n
"'alade thankini -i, friendt for their fr. r.
N. Bl : ILER taise ths o) ea ion toso y thall he
pis l 'lae nu)thint, i ,Ir:C to gale the ultont . t
;iract:ni tolt3l l .> i:rcile him. m57
Plaquemino Saw Mi.. 9
RIl. FR.` IIEDEI.A hav ins pirchastd
o11 rt ,ore inter.a t oa J. Bre 't.r es of. In theI
a ew Mill ao. Hayrl PLa-. mtlnl . in the tow a o"
Piaquarmine. the fuim. or-m the id dah of larh.,
waln be known hv the name. and coiila.n ieil on- 1
ier the hirt of A HElERcT & J. B. 31I1LL).1
and the patron i of the public of the town and
ari.h ir reh .-Pet lly 'olicited.
The',y will etndeaor, to keep a regular s Ip
Sly of Lumber on hbnde of the bes t descriitihn, I
It all timers, whih they will dipo ofat the ru
irat , ed on the moat accommodst l terls.
FI rates, an HEBi.RT & h IAILLO.
Marb e 10,t. i1S 0. o ,
liF. I ndrtidraignId w, uld respc'tlll" inform
.. Ptnters t. .aichiiistlI.. Enganeers and the
puiblbic il geverni, that they base opened a .11A.
HlltNE '§HOP andl ari now ready to execiice in
the best m .nner with promptness and punctual.
is', any kind of
Irass sad Zr.a Casting,
. argah maib ope C oe Ithieg.
Special l attentiom ll be gisen to building
I BOIih.1.1 8 and repairing all manlier h~i iTEA M
E.INE-. MIILS. liS aindoiber Mtahiery.
All desItcrlptlion ot Brass Works ett Inainea ad
ether purploses elither on hand or made to onter.
Blailini 3ateriala sad steam Engin.- of from
times to tone Hlundred and Fify Hrese Power,
i tarishiad at eit no tice.
Da.LW ItX. V ROZONEY & CO.,.
SConvention sI'gee, etwees Thad sad Main,
e el- y Balon Rouge, La.
els i. allrtea,
' eet si Shne Eseflicihrer,
--nd Iatron.lv vi. Ihg pablifh nu I
SIL',I, IHED i:1) IVFRY SATE 1D.\Y IY
I RADBURN & JENNINGS.
--Office on ntlin lilrr.e'.-
llAft t1% -
l l. ; . t' T "lT '/r ann11, n ' 1 :, DF I , r+
. 1 i , 4 I;.. ! . ,.11'1 In . -,| ,. nl",.- I- '1' • ,l'l ti.t i Il
..l0. I 1 ' 1 i N F 1 I i'' 'c en re!' " t'r 'a
00 \\ 1- Cob-- o d* ur
Il. L, 1: eiln, It tli'l wi' , th e
kill ' I' + yln g i les tic tulltwi -ig a'
Slut ,f a clllck i1hi th y mde, anl
S it . t.i el.. ,, . , . h . W hi le :e ,
' 0 i
... . r, ,'.. . n+.... . ., ,, . " t .,, I . . . an d. .
L 1 I - I -.. ..} . or , .
L . i t ': , fm thils w sn,, t .yn
:,. VC a,, wi: rt.narkd..ing i t:gd r anuitV al
ill \,'v'It gives the fu ll iing a :
,t. t ,,f a c1lkr whim thw: ,taie, an,
.l' itI t tl.Ut' ! , whi tl ve he urs
1 ' ".,,,d i.i ntaie :r.l I,. where as
i :..t r ' .. .. r to t u' L:rves ati a
iV;.in .1 i *" pte d- d h, n i , tranch.
t: ,u .- .' , 1. its so 1g , and the
,1 ; i, l ,-' it , winli, al, nnu,. ce. s F h e'1
. .ti , tti I',s the tlour wpires; in d as
t, .V a:,i1 :r-jt. a res imsiarcd, where t.
U·c~r-~ieic .e X r m hi io ; Iiat ion,
-1 , iv crl ,,h .., t1. trise serves ys a
h'1>,:: ..rt !,I l" rh:d roas iely n ;t tranch
I. Ia l.h'ni , ar'. fir, ts songtrs and the
nith skyr while the n use sCaled
SY, rk c" rrp udent owt the Phr expires; a
ti.t - t'ttt' a ,ell is hclard t. strike
dcl hi., S -u'nv w),icht, in writia, uptl
Ti! bc 1",~' !,1 ('- "; ontl f ,'f a rtt '' a idd :
,' \or tit * . T ll ,r ,+.!,a
I_ .' i l.,r t was ex-st-mater tFowler,
L ir.1 w:.:t t,1~ lar+' for that tr,.e; :11,1 the
-,yus ". the xky, while tseemed to e tcalod
r tij le ediversaill good opiiaNion, ti
,:w s Y_,rk ,,C-:p, n. d erlt of the Phila
e l. _ tiie uiversal good (,pinloan, to
\,. aii :'alvt rity and infltenmc, to live
t, prinre,, and .ee his as, ieiates made
ttipy thirugh his instrumentality.
l'or e-veral. years his rooms at New
Y',rk Hlotel have been tin focus of pu
litiha.t, sc',timnaut, for they were oren t.
all. a)nd tham age and segars were as
aud anbupnet. No matter
S%%ho: ' dabbled in poli
'tiflý,. ýie w bel twen'the
beverage were uniu
p e, hdLI de. at the hotel
besilg ing" ol, and two-thirds
-of i f hody, of other political or
in kltatmius. In lis manner he squan
Iired mitey wi hout the first idea of
ifs real 4alue: and it does not demand a
lung "tiQd, with such with such de-gaping
sorct-g of exodtst for tha6most capable
of resurces to exhaust itself.
Fowler's father wteas President of the
Highland Bank. "lie was a similarly
dishling, pay, and exuhetant gentlem..
lie Itecame the victim of a defalcation
to a heavy amount, and committed sui
cide in his mortification. His son in
herited his sires's Jove of a brilliant ex
Sistence, amd spent a patrimony of sixty
Sthousand dollars in hi first dash at aso
cial experience. He next spent one
h indred thousand for his mother, when
she wisely cut off his supplies. His
Sthird application was through the fund
6f the postofice, and his deficit there
will reach one hundred and eighty thou
sand. Besides this, he expended much
mnme' that hi, was constantlv making
in .,('cessful s5heculatins. amid lot
much in utfortunate ons, 'for he was
(over dabhling in intterpries of the daz
zling and deilerate kind. lIe Imid lif
vy thousand dollars in three days iil the
purc'hase and sale of lots on Staten Isl
and, but it did ni! last himover a week;
and had hie lieen favored with a million
a month, he could have squandered it
* all with the greatest ease, elegance and
,anckalanct imaginable. This spirit of
careless profusion necessarily won Fow
Icr many friends. Everybody liked him
and everybody pities his misfortune.
To GIVr Sm.vE PrAtt A LUTsRm.-Dia
selve alum in a strong lye, scum it
carefully, then mix it with soap, and
wash your silver utensils with it, using
a linen rag.
To Mx YTArDrm.--Mustard; three
parts; salt, one part. A small quantity
u, of essence of cayenne improves the
. flavor, in the opinion of many. Mix
with hot water.
Been out all night again. I'd lik- t",
kill,,w where you keep yourself til tl,,
ti:me in the morning; it's not ter. :n J!.
utes since I heard the clock strik,, f ur
You didn't hear it. No, of cour-, ..
.hdn't. You wouldn't hear the i·
t:u,11)p-the noise would have to It
tlir i~- lt a(cre ,r two of Germa r cI,
I. ,', i, wonl get on to your ihe;.: , -
il td to g, I amintg your German fri.
all :i ,; 1'l like to know hIol.,
hal t,, g,, i folks ar, dreadful
io:e to haid' to go. Yes, I knoutw . i
I, ,i. n i l . t : .r timte..; that's I .
:,'si t, g--t away fron youtr Lf,.
:il i I hon. I wish thlere was no e.,
tin itt the whil e ce ountrv--it wodulI
tu .etter if we hadn't atiy. W\
did viu d, all night long ? WVhodid y.
el,'t ? What did you see? Tho :t .:11
and dance. Now turn over here. i+.,
Lrd . :tn I il a hop yard of a dit.:
he: v. or where amn 1 ? What have vy,
, . utsidt of , yu ? D)idn't drink mot,
Yu must have got into a beer-batI ,..
then, fi r its coming out all over you and
l:.' it isnells !
'Y,,u danced, . h? You must h:t";
Clnt a prett figurc--guess it wasa hst;er
r.le. Ito ' think I'll stand this ging
tý t.:i:e all night? Who did Y. i
dance witl ' I'1l bet she wasas het.lv
i4a a l.untpkui with two hItles in it.
.. here, you needn't pretend :bi.. ;
I ~'ant to have a little domestic cu!o.t -
satin, with v,.u. I anm your better-h .If.
and your heº.t i-ltf proposes to di. : --4
:latteirs a littie. L.ate Iflow do e",u
knowt it s late It's early enough ti
iv. yrou a picce of a woman's tonglit'
f.lo 'gley ! Yes, I am tttguey-that l'.
p::rt of a w ,!ot's prerogative, and 'Iis
g,'ng t.. ui t suite of it on you. Let ',iu
I "Did you say that to the girl ,,au
danced with ? Oh no I nothing of the
Srt; it was "M3iss shall I have the Ip. t
sure of your beautiful person for , vi
next cotillion ?" I wish I could see h.lr
--I'd take the beautiful out of her alt a
jerk. Can get no peace ? You gan get,
plenty of it-go to the theatre; go el.h"
tioneering; dance with the Dutch girls
till morning; ald4 ome home and I'll
give you peace by the long measure -
I'll give you a piece of may mind. Come
back hereer 'here are you going T (h*t
into another bed ' Not exactly; this Ih:,
been large etaoglt heretofore, sad has
not g:,wn any smaller lately. Y. a
dance did you? I'd like to see %, a
dance with me; l'm too old, I suppo'.. I
ain't too old to give you fits."
Too TariCE.-An exchange says, "cre,1
tors never annoy a itan as long as h. i.
getting tp in the world." The man .-f
wealth is seklom troubled by duns; y. r
in and year out his account runs , r
with his merchant, his tailor, his tii,
'cher and his baker. Hle is at libert\ t
pay just when he please, and ifte pl-.'c
never pay, nine chances to one noth ti
is ever said about it. But But just let -.
luck overtake him, let his wealth t.p.l.'
wings and fly, and the way the bills r .11
in on him is astonishing. It appears as
if every matn in the world had suddetnly
discovered that they were dreadfully it
want of money, a circumstance so t::r
as he was concerned which never oc ii:
ed to them before. The man who ;iU.t
week told you "I dont need the mont.y,
It not entirely convenient, dont trouble
yourself, just pay when it suits y, ur
convenience," suddenly discovers tht L
unless he can collect what you owe hlii,
it will be utterly impossible to carry , a
business. You must settle with hint it,
once; lie is very sorry, but the fact is he
wants money aud tftg is not in your
power to pay the moaly, he contents
himself if you will give him an se.ri:
srt note. Now be it known that th,
idea of asking you for an endorser ni.- -
ecroccurred to him before. Things lhw
ever have entirely changed, your bills
come in to you for payment more pu.,'
tually than your breakfast. Aman h:oal
better confess himself a thief, or a dii
honest man, than to plead guilty to the
charge of poverty.
".Tr. Delavc challenges Mr. Blo,,.
dint to a test and trial of skill at rope
walking, the stakes to be from $1000 t,
$1500, to be paid to him who is decidel
to be the most expert on an "ascension
rope," over rivers, valleys, rapids, whirl
ipo dls or waterfalls, any distance or a
height, lHte will agree to leavrc the qut s
tion with a committee, two to be chor n
and the fifth to be selected by the four
then already chosen. H1to go to Nia
ara and walk on Blondin's rope, arI
Blondin to go to Paterson and walk ow r
the valley of the rocks and Passaic ri -
er, from the hights of the cliff tothe tip
of Garret Mountain, or elsewhere pie
Do You Iersa ?-The searis have de
cided that the unusual number of cases
of deafness among our female popala
tion brought- before their attention is
attribattle to the prevailing fashion of
dressing the hwi,. The War is coveo .
and laded with a meam of beadali,.
htrse-hair, wood and other artihas'
which the free current of air,J
sable tothe healthy actiou - 4p,