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H i1E--OL 3 N1,2J 1.:QL MIEPA IS U Il,\ ý ,, ; 'Et . 86. IDsp'l",--OL
Ryof 't .sW.v .1JL CID rIL.
A i1::S L. COLE,
.&I, rsey at Laiw,
S, t, Courts ot the S;t
it t' . and the Su1itiine ,l- I
'It:; . . I)EBLiE I
. t?&): I. y at LaE ,
t `'r l.ý,P . 1d th e CI wlte i. te',
. . , : 'l 1'. ':S'L
fcJ','otW $ I Pope,
S."s. .e U OECaatIIorie eat LIar,
".T i " ,their proft.s+ion n.tle part-,
' i n « t awl t:ast ito,, Ri ;, . ir- e
S.... , . d We, st F-e;,iana 'h,- r
S. itara. andi ll th, L 1e,11 Status c
. ii 'it C(ourts at New Us lt ra
.ot ~ "tv ..t Law and
Justice *I tkhe Peace, I
T, , , ' .n street. alhI,
. .' '.AR LAUVE,
.tat : t.2 r12Oy c &t Law ,
I , 't attentin h to the practice 'o
ii the Courts ot the Sixth Ju-.
w;;,. wit Z.: on Labauve. ap-241y
Attorney and Counsellor at Law,
r m. . ,:., as Zo,,.t ,,d ,'e, E .)
y !PL .I (i 'EJI E, LA.
JOS. H. BALCE,
Nota:ry Public and Auctioneer,
"1 I.L Li bisiness in any part o the pat ihl
at the toi'ow'.ing rates:
\ 1',,:a:ii a Cet drawn for five to ten dol
I irs t. y Meetings hoeld lor eight dollars.
:,a tol, er' business done oil terms to t buit j ia
DI . W. E. .DE hr AwW,
ITAViNti located himself about ive miles he
.. low the Feiry oil the opposite bantik of the
e115r, It lberville, offers his potestionatl ervi
es to te citizens ol the parish on that side.
Dr. W. 3.3L NS,
Having located in Plaquemine
for the purpose of practlsing the
above protession. respectfulty soli
cits a hTare of the patronage int this vicuty.
.vhich he hopes to merit by strict attentiton to
;,satness- Dr J. can offer no induicemelnt in the
'ay of cheap work as he tusesthe best el ma
inals an WARRAN' all his work
^^I'Ptt-ons wishing him to .all at their resr
,encee. wtit ple.iw send word to the 'Tittle House.
- ihe', ie c-tOlnlnand l ell ei iet nith her psompl
oe'-ly W JtENKINS, It) U
.ittornety at L air,
l, fars,;/il, Tr..ray.,
f j11.1. practice law and colleet claims in the
tkV contie of Harrison, Panola, busk. Smith.
Va..I. llptbur, (ass. and Maron, and en the Fed
, ral atil Spreme Courts at Tylet myny6
W. IU. POt'LSON. JAM.: FSAKSON.
POLSON & FEARSON
House, Sign and Ornamental Painters,
and Imitators of Wood and Mar
ble. Parer lan,.in g and
All done on the cheapest possible terms ; and
i.uaraateeing perfect satisfaction, they request the
tstronage r their friends aud the public geue
m -e eakm asp " illynes,
Whelesale Groeers and
UnL %@VZ5., Mfo.
tl7Partieular attention given to consignments
ft Sugar an l Molasses, and to falling orders for
Wertem Preodute. ian6S'8fti
B. GLA SER,
Boot and Shoemaker
C TIte ie sstyt~4 bheretfore
carried on by Glaza as Hit
r,-K having been dissolved by
tmutael consent, the shop will erenfter be con
ducetd at the old stand on Bank street, by the
uindnsigned and be trusts that his attention to
budness an his endeavors to please his custom
et, and the manner is which his work is done,
will merit him the continued patronage of his
ftienda·nd the public. B GA
mys B. GI.AZER
Hav, just reeived their Spring stock
i of Gesduof every variety andoef the sew
Optlag and Summer Wear,
and they hope that their old friends and the pub.
l ich eray, will come I·, lward asd give their
ecisis select their patterns and get measured.
a atter themselves, that as an old an!
lesgidej irm. they can refer to all of their ol,
,sts~ i1to the ihir'leblity of their work, tkt
u and le,,.ite integrity.
.. .. r pat ,.ors, they hopae t they
thepeut. Tihey ettlt ,-c,,upy their 0 rl Staltdl ol
Mllatl treet ml:tl
, i'll E ,, ,i , .l ' a -i l r1 c'
1 pernt.;y "ia.,lt u e to t'C t. r
ta t , i . ...... e. el CI . .
tha' the ;.,t just " u. }1cha. d ,he ,t
t.l leen Itn o.tsiderable ex.eltx.w i padpe
-.. .ill the rootlis so that il-'v alte liet aLnd p! s
ant. anld h.ihi I l h tie .st I.s brondt.' e/ Li'lSr r ,ll4
i ml.tst. to be hiad il Nel Uilreans. and Itlrtl:ci
pled. 11n. oi.ri.es t. o pal S _ ;.,,: tilni hi please" ail
W h ,' , .. t1 -e"' ., ." a -.a , t i. r a .-il' .ai.h re
.t.i.,.t .. rr : TL, ) TU lIN , -1 " 'I.I1':
i' lsuuelllt e. M)ay 19. Iu, fll
.1'E 13" r.clDDLERtV i'-V I''D
llarnuet Etablishanent. to
The uldeligned reipectlly ait a
ali lunces to(, u tlie t'tlZet of I- I u
er ille an:ld WVeet Bdal Ioup,'. Iha' i." hab a. 0: O
rtttlllurd to Plaquemine, \with the iI:etiilh)n Iti lo
calili himself )iermanertly', to carry on tt.e .1.
Saddlery, and Harness Business
IN ALL ITS BUANCIIES. sllh
Those in want of SAD)DLES. HARNESS, or
any article of PLANTATION GEARING, w'ill
tilnd it to their lnterest to gite hinm a call. before
uI'U h.ii I,:t elsea Where.
liulShop on Mllal sleet. lower story of :the O .tl
.Ma.uirlc ladI ll. ,il/u A. \1 '.. ()11 'T.
-- - --- ---- - I!t·
JUST IELTIVEl) AT
R. .. O ILLIOr'S
Fanc.y 0Crocory Btoro.
a doz bottles Pale Ale.
•I . iordi l.
2 .. runp. *
Candles t mf a1(kllsl. Ft
('train b ,cult,
ITailte talt Wiuucesteh: ri .I
Sauce. FIle-ih I.,bltels; W!
lin'e A.pl. I('Leee and Fr,..Telll. (,o
('he,," and Fresh tt ttr' 11
'oyt' Fot B alls, ito
Iloys' Tops anld Marbl-'±. t
t(htli cIaps, Slates ani, Pencils; lin
Led Petnci!s Letter Paper, lukitaltl and El
Jilk. 1111, t, u
To Sugar Planters.
The Star Bagasse Furnace.
latented 15th Sune, 1858. Ft
Never Knowns to Falt ! F1
.1RTIES wishing to purchase the right to use br
please apply to eei
EVAN SKELLY. ex
The Weed or Coal Furnarce.
for eith'r IIOILFRS or SUGAR KETTLES,
Patentee December 21st, 1858.
e LJ Numerous references given. Apply as
- above. ap7
o ANTHONY ASTREDO'S 0
OYSTER SALOON, ;r
J W RESTAURANT,
No. 1; l,.,ic ,1St,', t,
Newt loor tol tlhe 1lot Otfica, NLISa)tLf:i's.
()v.ters in Btriels or V'ans.l'ickled or lpired.
1iiialt land Nuts of all kihdS,,wv1lialCe and ic.
Always on hand a full supply of all the luxu
ie l oIt the seasion.
. lMeals served in New York style.
t I- lity and country orders put up on the shortest
notice. ap2 - y
.I. McWILLIAIM & CO.,
5Moro Now tJ
W E are to-day opening a soond supply o
the above; among them Will be found
be New style English Berege;
Coloured Printed Brillianthie;
Plain BIk. French Lawns; a,
' Pink do do; tl
White, Plain and Checked Nairsooks. R
Dress Trimmlaunlgs, b
, A large and beautiful asortmet. I
Smummer Casimaes, I
FOR S'ITS AXD I'ANTS. e
or We are in receipt o; another lot if the above. s
tThey are very ie and 5tl wool.
SI ps Extra Fine Sinls 31rilled Black do.
Linen and Cotton Dama';
Brocade Lace and Muslin di..
Wr. hite and Bro. Linen do;
by 8-4 White Cotton,
en- Bobinet do-some very fine.
he Summer Hats.
Mere' Boys' and Children do-i large as
a ap2l J. McWILLIAMS& CO.
rIqHE undersigned would repectfuli informI r
i Plantere. Macbinilt, Engineers and the,
public in general, that they have openel a MA- I
HINE SHOP and are now ready to eleeuse in
W the beat manner with promplaess and pmetual
ity, ay kiad of
&an am 8Mm Qbmg.
ab. Vurgjis mmd *oppr Uinlhi
eir Special attention will be given to inJdilg
BOILLRS and repairin all mUaes af"
lnl ENGINES FllMlD, l ln she Maiaiu 7.
Ad Ali ds re Weorlo kafrEgie e and
aer purpimes either o handl or made to oier.
eilding Materiala and Steam Engnesof Itrm
y three to One Huudrl and Fifty iiolss Power,
g furnished at aht:rt notice.
is DLACII lX. DROZGCREY & CO.,
on ('onventiori bt.tt: Let'AlI, ThLiLad and Mlain.
'I O -1r'l/ '. , .'it"'r Li
( A 1 1,.: 1.L 1.Bl \'r.N,
DRSi GOOD%. ,
Goods for Ladies' Dresses.
STw tand .,plceiidi Jeelr-h ,'ay. "
AN l\X FI'E-N\I : si',: u& i'
Ready M.ado Clothinig,
.iNIl .1\l "I( Li 's 1 yqu
t l, t .:1, , h, to \'t . iy, led,
tSo lnlr.mer t laaiC would a ecit tiil, tittilel
iand -ter, than 'an. !i." Iieted o 1 .i . iU ci ui tj
-A il har. ! l" to "r. ll :uii it -e u . n,
Slore t 'in Rare. tlc, of BArtiult', i
ithf : ef( tin g n.e e i c r t:ld, t) : I 1 \ .
Il,""t" a l - l'.. ' v i at. 1,.. r . :tl' y il,', 1 to c
Nel Stock ol. ot. N ,.,w "' " i .'! ' ...1 r
s h- I w ln i l irW .l.at , ,I 0i a1.1,\
Stsock a" Nchs Goods,
For the Spring and Summer of 1860.
e ter f orwT ttit, I s I
Il.' i O :ýili d lc " lId V, -h i ll . - a l et · ell e l fI'11
lBare:t- Ulie -e. I tI l e lt t . lie.:
l it'It. c I I I I-St'. of i!itrTC il.t lr,,la' i',
I 't itil b tclte. at low piri'.
" itiiitt i silks. 'laiti i la iliaid Sh i i- lE.:ii ileii
o llth t'iatsa aind Stummer; o ..8.i6..0.i 'll-.
i'clerlue -, h il lDre-sia &c.
( at ipellr r lgat ai li,e i . tlli.r t l . i t 11 11 i 4 -l
Furanisshinac. 1ih I Idam.. 'l'~"tt 1li:
it'ii 'tli F url l ore. ('l ito-4 u1 the diiia l ,tiA j1ii t'
Anlo I eom ('*# ci 0,1,1, null g! . r tlll r lr .11 1 `
.lie Olldo al i nt . I Otr t iic· a lnld 11 t I |.ib l.- 'll - - ,la gi
,bro t.ll ila it olr i h ll I i 4. , -I i
ces. ItJ-r e jlir tlia..i el-e t n lire: c.hi a . ait!
.X'/ i': ' FUR. 'ITU REIG. Jilt
HE U'DEtRSilGX i5 has just i 'eled ta pl
htlare allition I,, hs ato I k u at
Of all 1),e crl ltses ioii
ti ha from C'inciutt ati by the steameri .1. II.
lriiile an d l iulel rse, lihicla le ili ite ils
prices are low as thle i ,we.t l ar tash.
_Al y ___ti A. _ II.LR''.
1i'o)" wahtt t
.%l. s., l I .ý4' .
.wit " I .aittest' i1i IA i1 t..bil,..,
\ii lily 1"l F RI'd. SA.
t - -- da
MULEs!L MUIS! EH.I
. lily rieruid ill I I ileu au, a
ltH ale Ile tare iauot SllIur lh.t Il
will e ill 'laquemliie ill it a low.t
Idy, \ wilh
200 of tho lost Mtiules .
that ever lelt Lectucky.
aug4 HENRY E. MOOI>.J
JOHN TZLNO, Jr., ,
SWorker ina Tin. Copper, Sheet
ESPECTL'ULLY informs the citizens of to
LIburvilr and West Baton Rouge Itat he has
-locate" himself permanently in Plailuemine, fori
the purpose of carrying on the above business.
Bfr a inctual attention to all .work eirusted to
him. and executing it in a proper an'I workman
like maimer, and at moderate rates, he tru~ta that
he will receive a portion of lthe patronae ol our
citizens hop in the rear of the rbuilding own
ed by Emile Deelol, corler of Main aid Levee
streets. jyy4-ly m
SAt $10 per Thousand.
Pae .1 Jiob. 1 os RICKI .
jyl4 THEO. BLANCHARD
Court House Exohange.
Z'vicI -.d"r - I
oAVING purchased out the interest of hi
lirther will continue to carry oi thebn
business at the old stand, where he wiU always h
S Good Liquora
and aropr Lder. a
Thiukful for past patronage, he trusts to re- n
hbeeive a continuance of the same from his ould
friends nil the public in general. jy21 v
E are m in receipt of a small invoice of
HAVANA C0IOAU imported by cur
s. a~es. These we amu sell at New Orleans pra
i s. We ean Lmnia oar cuntoera with the
A. $Ul0UINE Well) t X per thousmd-
ouo aumething very pd s t mlhiD, as goods we coeaid
tir, asll heretotufore ait $50.
By iExt slleamiship -e ahall sLe:eive a large a
I tee3 ..TOL .Y & JJL AL..& .
. i 1': 'II T I T iTi 5OIt:E. -
SiI'I", l" ' "' ,''- :'leat ropr:.tr ,h:"., 1T
"1-94, it) l it esp.,.,h lt to titmll ,Ile TIRAV.
I1.1. I,, it. I, i l I I ' rr l . .t rt. i l, l li I.
, , I, ir ~ ita.ll Ih t.. :!.lr L |+halk -., e. ih, the
a:*~ II,t' IIt. dLItl lio l t' b1 he; e dldlln a'll -t:hei U allu
"- |i, '.. -,.. I,, I t'Is l :h. , 1 .al in litI t l
hl n a 1 ' -La. lath e l P. il - 'tIL.al l. 1 te lblend
l the tu. t delllllllallll l file uh. ti: , \\ xlitil
Ite e to AIt:t a . , .ren .s ::tiluner hea p;:C h.
at I: .l ! pr ., ' l,. :i e il. xt Ie t ai d a.T leI ot ll
Te, t [ aI l 'i..a ,1' t lh a l;.-d I, , .t tath , u l a -t
,la'.. t, l -er ' ', dl z t"1 ! , T eil a l. 1i. " ,', tl I . i, a A I
th:e' I t,:ll lll.<i. h'll , Iti :l Callll. l h atn ,ht' i lat: ille
wi n, t. h. 1 ,l i h i t1lt I"" t : -,'I 'l :te ,nd. l II-:.l tr
i'.0 . Sit (. l ll tnr..,l 3 I" -tdlt t ftrl m ,r 1 t he n r,
IIt tr l a the I uatlge there as an iaadsta pma la- .t
':u. a tor ua:d ai awOi. -au en t ai ' Tsve i' aýt"d
II, I,,'a ilt lia tai l. lh tih. h at, .l 1)'I p t ote tl Ste
t al e ta-t .s.tat. I, r ah e pit.-adPI l ala l l "I il.t l *
nrI l) \toi. 1" ,,hel a 1t,2.1-- aa tit l-Ifll lhla . It. ) ite aa l
, .t a, a, . al,.. i tarl " aititat mlit., tha. aia a
ino t t II :he h s her e h ds e 1, a ar'- .
0I Il a "t'. -ar .tro; . e at , aeh'. tla o l .r . tr..
i', a l. a. it,,, at .l Ih i a i i - II 1 i o1. ."fl
et'ry a althal rt :la ') tl lehlata ,.t cTu. T hr ex
I't ed at Fater- ,1 tile al nahe.t r iat 1af oat. dll.al at1
"l'tp . atiC~1 1 at l a ll ' h1 t. 1-r a c l tl " i r i l,
isuz ... l 't,".. Il uA a t s 1it
c*n,,,i:em ) ,ra s i. tai'e. l1 ta h I,. lt" a .- a Ill.'
* '.ts I., ! , 1'. t \t 1:, ! i L ~ th, ",,!,I -1I- ,.-, Iev|,'t*ice-e ned r ly
ij'ti ail t w9 ., daita e t. tar Utt a a, a ,'tie sat atlatCI -
WARllELI US. JI . t
For ardNit g i n Aad C'omranisa ]
Sioa n I see a tne.as. - a
, It'. t a.L: , i, a, nl , litt. i- t
I l ll: I 1- I liaa t' I It t h E have ,al;.-, iatdl 'b e l - I t
.ll. the _tlO- a,.t ter I Ire aUh l , .- lt tite t,l l dt atall
general It retal.dih .an tl tt 'ulol l-t -, lsie-,. l.
W\'e wril .ulas .lilett .utll,.e due lre ulilup- til
chi l ant-, aa ta e not il. of the a ot-lh. El.t At '. Ia, .l I
'1.;st. A lt hie-s ei t l.tluted toutl care will at the r at
prom ptly A-tte dhcJ to.
lHELEIL' & JLNNINGS.
' " . l \- :t(
('ouernn E'o~iaaeralcr hr.
1_., t r.l.r to any reliable c tlzen of the Parti- vi
laert ille, L.a. detll awi
Plaquemine Saw WIill. h
1 R FIRNI]sT Hi.t:I:l'". havinu purchased
I ` 1 Cu t he interest 1-t .I. l;it:. /'I.i'ta .;. in the
ass M11 ,:, l l;,. , t II 'iaqteuniti , Ili the tt o w 1ow . ,I :
l':aquenne. the tilan, llone tihe -d day of .Marsreh.
wTi lll knolwn tby the .nam. au! nd cIltndu'ted, a. - aa
der thefierni ,fA HEFIERT & .1 It M\1ILLO.
al the platroaagt uo thle pubit c ot tehe town alind
p arlsh la res.I ctl- diy o ti:ted. are J .
;'*-They will elhJeasui to keep a regularsup- the
Sply t r on h f te by t drciiptirn,
At all tames. which they will degp'ose of at the r-- d
ling raites anti on thie most accu lnlodat lgs terllms.
HEB LRT & h EAILLO.
March 10. I>60.
Lad Dr s Goonrivalld Fannly Medicne, manufc- t
titured it Fi.ilce ld usal t ' w ith complele sue- tit'
thl or ovtrichlarly ctllate . tou to, as rtalso their
Iat tallatr by Me. S.teiiuhl 1l New 1 1,k
They :winll u'at teutl to l el a li ol triedy or
( 'h le r i ll i iri .i. , au nd a -.u . | ie nu. .d ) i ti B i uso s l
I",,"". In'h.., ;a,. - "" 'retknsiklbs a ',i;rna r tl deraiie- ley
stock ill the- Ioin las tl. pon halve tisake. iut, bul i
re luest a1ll weIa ar even the heaviess attlen
t it IH uon leaung, by plers leave tareo oyspplc.i
Sopd a or the b ildiny
Ijetret, dj TURIN & te stoe oI A Wi. - t
Ladies Dress Goods
they particularly caill cotteltly to,keep as asort- hir
meat alt r H irver io of every des
Really kept in lothig.or, ti
They will to the prtudi at to give a list of their
stok iusts the compas riof an advetisent, butene- f
requestally all who are ine anal o will ive
Chlcap Goods, Mi
to give them a call. as they feel fully satisfied
lat purchsetion will not go away fron their sore
S fdieatis . A. ORILc lIONtO.
Takwes this metahod of re
EH u neritned hia leave aks to rm his old
fefrien and the public geutoners foally, that be hs
lopened a row moved tore i the lurilding on Baki- i
oustreet ldjoingat the curniture sor ean' A Wl-ley ad e
be street., where he acons a lre stocy keep an oFrt
Smenitue of every dia.
riptid Old Furniture taally kept in rocery torepaired, whiah
he oer o the public at t very lowpriest prie
FHe trslks hat his Coiend and uppitizens gene
a pore.tion o their troage.
plfeb4 ndidHr. . A. ORILLIONt.
T ANDTHON OILBERT.
turning hi tarks to Ju hi ldh.
afrcho ice nd well selccustomers for the I
rge atronage heres, adolore reeiveds o work equlre themo
the best. All ever trive to accommodate them in
Bank street, wi here e h a lare stock of n -
Per low priceJ. ry 1, 86I
Plaq~aesuae, January 21, 1860. 1y
'l l1 i.LISitll ) EV IE R Y .VI' :i) Y lV l "
W P BRADBURN. at
-Office oen !lain Nlre.l.-- t
TN'llTlI\N-.'rr annum. Thr,.e loll.,r a
AIlVERI.TI 'EMEI .T;is will lie il-tr:,l at the
i t 1 oll, i . 'll , ,i· ,l | r I |. n o111 ,, . . 1 * I- h,.... r "'"I,, I cls
i, l t. 4I., I 4 .'' 1 , -I 1 I .. -ub. e ." ntr, i lll-l r anssll" . "f
II( r, i, (: I' ,l ., S( , 1, ,.I.l, '-I.IIu , ...,. h l. ll 'hlll.." . l' 111
,ol. .l l -ila o , Il, r 1"1.... l la e J .L sll'h- I. I ., i, iu
Il'IllT I 11 N()TI 'FN. imt ,.creerhn- thl,.*: ,. 1
lur llll,-. will b..I bh *rl ,1. IIs ated ll u 111 . gt. (tl:o l 6l
'i't' ll lJ's I r t t t tum e ,f "l+ . 1is :lrtis
fOB WORK-Cii, ,on .klively. c
Stephen and his Anxious M3other.
-t,"ti h|l, ! v. s a tauxiotuis to, t .e , lir1
lle. Hllh ', lls I.ll 1n,11h lr was L illXi,,lls' i liz
I js , lt'phe, . Jhe dttItiful 6,,`y aIe\'rI'- ,I
:, I ' it ill 1h1 I1, lic plrints that hI. was .
41,l h wa.ly to s,e hi.s t L,,theri. it.'. tart- th
I ,iI'If', tiet city t it , New Y, ,tk to vi\sit t
,ils ll.th'l' , hl) t r 'il' ill the wa'ste' rll
.I sctilu ,"I N.t'w Y ,rk State. li hiatu- \
r,:lly .:,:,e t1, New 11:t \ n ,;utilt'r.dA 11111 1,l
lltartl' f l 1ti his wLay, atl at the, lattert
il:l', i.. \ .- '' eltr.t .d" int, .. h. z'e I l
Mtill b lr t ''n itl lrti .'j1utt , lali l ntalS e, j
I,' 4.' - 1,,wa:r, I, ',-tIi. attractlei l, a" Il
r.lai . ,ol Ils \,il'e it wa\ , a case of
r utl il t '.itracti l. 4(in his waly, at
\. rc. .tAter, ."lie Juda, "betraye l" hiMn
itli-, a .", cch. A\t lIostunl, lbtrayed t
alil.tin. N,,w\', howltver, he startl'd to
,ward his tiothr. At Albany, steeking
t pass tht'itugh thert as a private mnatl,,
atiuishedl at the miagnilicent delton
strati,,tl, the unexpelttte rec,'lti 'u, (like s.
ith. ,li at HIa;rtf,' ird. ) lie was "betravyed" li
was onti his wiay to Sil, lis motther. in
irttii htiri the pilg rinm ,in reachcs -ar- c.
atoga. i.re lie lays aside politics,
thilnks i' his ltiong lnseetl tmother whtn ti,
Ilt' is abult t~, vi.it, and snaks into the
enial tlta'ures of" the place. Pre- to
Viou s to, this we nllhll t to nIelntlll lit. i t
was "+l,.trayed" inlt a -l,,ee 'ch. Full , r,
t houht tat* his itnuther, he starts in a
nirth-east dire itioll atll lands at hut
l , lit lthi hune of his vilth. Owitng to la
tlo' whtolly i uc xl, ecttd arrival at that ti
1,l:.te so hallwe11 d, .i,-hl,-well--is t,
"Letr.lyel" it a speetch. Full of entt
up atl, tii|, lite call ino longer restrain
himself. but gos tto licllows Falls.,
Amid the ltblltt'wing ,f the populace iand
the subIs l' Stephiein, lile is deceived, o
deluded, ilpsed on-in fact "betray- a
ed" into a spccrh.
lie flees to, the north, he lalds at
White liter .lunctitn. What ai julte
tiitti, what a conjunction in plint of t
fact was there ! Stephen was "be
trayed" iito :ia stk'eeh. Cutting his
tilial stick in a s.tth-vast direction, he
infu'rttd its- at ttincord that lie is via
itintur New England tio look upon the
g' ratle of a relative. Sad Steiphen, btow o
skilftnllv his anxiety to, see his atithliet.'
ts disguished. This statetnt.nt W.ts
toad' in the ultrse f scuie ,xtetndedd
tretiarks which, in point of fact, "be
trayed" pionus . En'as into a sl'echl at
this very place. At .Matnchester, at
NaIshua, at 'rtvidence, still seeking
the latern tal embrace that still receded.
I,. is still sitrprimsd and still "betray
e l"--but why rei'at the sad details ?
"te1lhen, Ste.Ihen, who seems unable
Ito cut his bread atnd cheese evei, is
next Seen at a clan-lbake at hucky
ir 'Point ; far, tar from mother, relatives
ut or graves, in this strictly pIrivate tour
to see his mother. Stephen, we say,
sinks the maternal for a season, andt
ai allws one hundre, and ifty bushels of
re Iake'd lals and thirty thlousand l.lple
- to "lI-tray" him into a spe'ech-a brief
' one of antl hour and a half. 3
Lc.,k at the map of New England.
W h\V.re tlo you think Stephetn is ntw ? I
Why, way tltwn on the rocky end of t
- Iwhode Island, at Newport, kicking up
" his truant heels by the great ocean, as
much as to say that, having travelled
all over New England on the strength
of her, he now don't care a "brass I
e- farthit." for his maternal I
m And yet, by-and-by, when he gets re
cuperated and wantts to start on another
- tour, we shall hear his low, sweet voice
mingling with the roar of the surf down
by the sounding sea, softly singing
"Wake, and cal me early,
Call m eatly, mother dar."
Wnsw to Sius M3t.x.--A dairy woman
Ii- in Wcstern New York speaks in this
l emphatic tone as to the best time. She
says that the right time to skim milk is
of th paas. Then the cream is all at the
he surface, and should be removed-with
as little of the milk as possible. If al
lowedto remain unil the acid reaches the
p4 cream or to become thick, it diminishes
the creanm and impairs it in quality.
That housewife or dairy maid who thinks
to obtain a greater quantity by allowing
a the milk to stand beyond that time ia
tma hors under a most egregious mistake.
Any one who doubts this, has only to
try it to prove the truth of this assertion
Milk should be looked to at least three
times a day.
lF13olamtiUOi of Walkeor.
" 7 ,,.. j',, ..p/ f IIndsatr :
. *. than tive years a., with ,,t1,t
c'., %as invited to tlE R. ,:lic t \::
ar, ,lrn, land was pri.'nisedl c1rl tºit I
as l privileges on the cnw!iti . ,t
tai, services r.nidered the Mltt't \V'
I:erforlled the services r .t , ; i
but the existing auth..:itis:: IIt 11 '
ras joined a combination to dtir
frit'm Central America.
In the course of events, th, 1'" ,..
of thel Bay Islands filt, tlheu-'t' - e
nearly the same posii:on, t,.- .\:'t :'
he, Ild in Nicaragua in N,."ýe ,i,. I.
" The s;aue policy which ' 1 e.undi ,It t""
M:a:ke war on us will indul ae to .1 i%.,
tthe' people of the Islainj t, ', ii i. !'
s. A.1 knowledge of thi f."ct t I:
certain citizens of the l-.w,I.ls t", call "n"
, the adopted citizens of N i:l:rattrt t,,i
aidl in the maintenanc' ,f the.ir ri l:t3
of person and property
But no, soner had a tfrw adl, tite ci!
" iz.ns of Nicaragua anmw.tred this , dI
e f the residents of the Iklaulds, iy I,'
pairing to iRuatan, than, the :.tili as.'
t thtorities of Ilonduras, :dirte'd ft' thi''I
t safety, put obstacles in lthe way .t" III
" rying out the treaty of the 2th ,of" N .
' eriber, 1859. Guardila delays tt Ic
~eive the Islands, because of the Ir,'
s:net, of a few men he has ilijurl. I
andl thus, for party purposes., nt ,.i.:;
je'op;ards the territorial inttercests of II
Sdurto , but thwarts, for the InionleIt, :
cardlinal object of Central Aim'e i''al.
I The people of the Bay Islands call It
t' engrafted on your Republic only 1
"- wise concessions properly masl'e. '1 .
e' xisting authlorities of Hondurasr:i hi\.
by their past acts, given proof that th .
would not make the requisite con'-
sintts. The same policy which Gu.;,
I" ,liola pursued towards the naturaliz,,l
1i Nicaraguans prevents hint fro plur,
in. g the only course by which llnda. -
r- canll expect to hold the Islands.
4, It becomes, therefore, a cilnunn l ,.
" .ject with the naturalized Nicarag;uani-.
ad' ;snd with the people of the Bay Isla;md .
- to, place in the government tf lo,,lntl. -
1' those who will yield the rights lawful!."
'f required in the two States. 'I'hus tl
a Nicaraguans will secure a return t,
their adopted country, and the Bay b
Shlanders will obtain full guarantees ftr.,
t the sovereignty under which they a;.
i to be placed by the treaty of thie 28t!:
in To obtain, however, the object :.t
which we aim, we do not make wa
lI against the people of Ilnduras, but
i,. only against a Government whic!.
" - stands in the way of the interests, nit
only of Honduras, but of all Centr:i.
at America. The people of Hondura:;
" may therefore rely on all the protectiul,
it' tlhey may require for their rights, bothl
1of person and property.
ie WM. WALKER.
te TRaoxuLL, August 6, 1860.
/e "*' Virtue consists in doing out
w duty in the several relations we sustain.
.,lr in respect to others, to our fellow-men
Saitde to God, as known from reason, cot-
Id science and revelation.
TtH GaMC STrasns Tnes.-In the North.
the Bell mien are to vote for Douglas and
in the South the Douglas well are tosul,
port Bell. Douglas organs illn the South
say the "Douglas men can coplllromise.
l with the Bell party," and Harmony, the
SlIegister's New York correspondent who,
kv knows everything and a little more be.
VS sides, says the Bell party North will vot.
ur for mouglas. Look out Mr. Forsyth!
those rings on your (coat) tail are mak
ing their appearance.-EtMutprite News.
le ~..The census taker in Joneeville,
icf Mich, put down a man's age at 3011
years, instead of 800 acres of land,
id. which was intended. He was beaten,
? however, by the censas man in the town
of of Allegan, who put down a man as hav
up ing 160 children instead of 160 acres of
s land. The best part of the joke is, that
Ip although the man had been married
(th twenty-five years, he never had achild in
-- in his life, and never expected to iave
re- Coii's Nw Mools Pasro--The "Spi
ler rit" was one of the first papers in timhe
icet wide world o notice the extraordinary
m' genius of Col. Sam. Colt a sa manufac
f- turer of fire-arms. We bhve watched
him from the time of his Irot invention,
followed him in spirit through all his
triumphs, and now we are again called
,a upon to notice a still further improve
this ment, in the form of a new model pis
She tol, weighing only one pond one ouance,
ki carrying 200 round bnllets to the
so pound, with fve chambers; price, $1i.
u A This pistol can be carried in the pocket
with with perfect safety, as the hammer can
al- be let down without coming in contact
hewith the cap. The act of coking, how
shes ever. makes it ready for use.--irit of
ing Ta- B-uL Rmaw-i--Thel"Cataittuio,
e la- Unioas and i'ovemmBt of tAs ia." party
ake. is so small it has to be Bell-ied to find
y to it. Like Old Brindle, it is always found
rtion across the branch, cropping gra ors
tree one side, and switching its tail a the