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NEWSERIES-VOL. 3, NO.43 PQ. OF LA 8. 1860. OLD SERIES-VOL.
NEW SERIES-VOL. 3, NO. 43. PLAQ- MINE. P.RISH (F IBRVILIE. LA., D)IM,'I 8 1860. OLD) SE:IES-VOLI. 13. NO. 10 ,rOFESoIOJW. L CJwRD S. IIELS I,. COL, lttoreey at Lawr, W II, practice in the Courts of the Sixth Judirial District, and the Supreme Coui; of Louisialla. 3j- lrat-office address-"Plaquemine. Iher ville, La.- te4-ly BEJ. N. DEBLIEUX, Attorney at Lair, Piaqurzil, l. rrille 'a rish. Luaisia tna. W ILl. devot his whole attention :! the prac tice ol the.r professionl IIi ; ll the (',nlii i i the Sixth Judicial District. ject DAVID . AitiOW, S. w.A. tPrE, p1laquemine, Wetr, ]; n !! og lberilel, LIA. x bt,,n !to-",;c 1'. cV., Let Barrow & Pope, t.llrsews 4d ea .eue I.ers aw L.r, W ILL practice their protetion in the parish es ot West and Fast Baton Rouge. Itwr wille, Point Colpee alid West Feliciana: the Su mee Court oat ouisiana. and the LUnlled mtates itriet and Circuit Courts at New Orleanls. utyl-ly i. W. R2I,,S, Iltrey at Law arid Justice of tle Peace, g1Olace on Main street. alg6 Joseph Hotard, Attorney and ounsellor at Law, (OiCee sam as Zenon Labourr, I' .,) jylI] PLA i/.E I.Vl , LA. - -eioQi Is. EEtis. Jttorney at Law, Marshall, Texas, W11ILL. practlice law and collect clainms in the couniti.laI Harrison. IPailola. Huiik. Smith. Wood. :lpshtr. C'as. and .atll on. and in the Fed ll anid Suplremie I ourts at T) ler. Iln) "-i W. I. HAMILTON, Attorney at Law, Sill practice in the District (',ourt of Ilwrville. i share in the businiess of said Court ..si+i:, oi LAdidresl ('!inrton, TA. oe' E. GOL'RRI ER, Surreyor ('J ivil Engineer, Baton Rouge, La. ILLLattenl to calls in the Parish of Ilerville. W tot surveyiug lands. Inaupntg. P'latatio,,. Islelliig. nlasulrinir canals and esiles d auh' lag arcbiltbettral deslns, &c. ui o DR. IS. E. DEar.RET, AVINi; located ltmsr:e about liv, n:ies be I lolw I hi Fkeri on thell oll,llle baInk of the river. iii Ierailte. otte s It,, irtle-ioinao l setrt i -ea to ti lie citiaeinis t the la i-h on that saide. je:1 i J. I. SIIAl. JOHIN i IEAL. iHIIAIKS & KNEAL, -A%t- septl iLAQUI F11IE. I.A. J. 3. sOLARZ H AS just returined from New Osleans, bringing a larle and well assorted stuck of Groceries, of all kinds. Also. just received from S'. Louis: a lot o Flour-extra and superfine. Lard, lasas ld Bltter of first qtualty. As it is my intention to keep on hand a full .sepply of everything in my line, a call issolici:ed from my old friends and custor ras. Store opposite Nicol't,. mylst-tf Barber Shop. N ICOL.Ar BIEHI.ER respectlully informs his friends and the public that he still con inlues at his old stand on Mlai, street. adjoining! his brothers' Tailor shop olid dW i,- .Store. where - still pursues SHAVING( anid H \IR ('UT TING, ua also CU'PiINt whl,c csaled upon. S. GLASER BROS., Moot and Shoemakers The bu.inehw . heretfo'+re ScarriedI on hv B. (;i.azvR. will ducted in iuture by the ui:ter aigned, at the old staud ol iBtnk street. Noith of Maim street. s I they trust that their altention to buinas suad endeavors to please their cu'ston-i. era, and the manner in whctlh their work is donue will merit them the continued paronagrle of their riends and the pilblic. P5. We sihall from this dat. keep el hand selarly Laie' Crl'e le Mtalters & --ee% shop made. my.-oc GLASER BROS. FRAMNK HIPPLER, see and shee .Ukter, I Take this occuioa to thank hisi pa tres for their peat patrons3,, amd to inform tbem that he t mpresent local d am Main street, Aat house .ew Steklehy I& Delevillade. and mearly ppo. sia the "Geeuite and Sentinel" office, where hi, emstomers wil ilnd that he will coutinue his Werk t'iLth the samel psectelity. perfection and d-apsl h that has hithesto chaeractraed at. He Su"nSielsm thamt no mtLrk ea urpasU his in point -l(y, AInish, At and drtabilty. ocat .Fir tle er Real, TkM WBLACKSMITH n 5U SHOP nmi DWELLING jg HO Ut Elately occupied b O. l tke orer of an nd It will he sold at a hsrgai, and P Srp n. imimediately. lequire of MICHULJilJ:B IKT 4 of rit r e rceived: , 'a a'talt.l air -s-no sealing t A. KEAUNY'8 5A11 W Iae mi d I w m* i MISCELLAN E'US. ami"Ti v' _ eam T E undersigned wouhld re 1 specltlll anll ullllce to their friends and the p imhe generaanv that they have iust purcha-.e.i ii Cotlee-house ani fixtures it lmet ly k.ept iy Phil lip Heelein oppoaite the .te. lnat, at lauldtin . ail has ing been to Constdriablae expense iii paper i:g all tiie roam, to that Ilhv are twat ad lpleas ait. and havsin the lst bran/s '/f L.iq.",s and it iasa to b." had in New Orleans. ail I'art tel r. pedging, outrselt es to slpare no pats to please all 'who c:all to see us, we shall expect a smal. share of the public patrolage. E rFOt; Tii'Ri. l TURIN & SEIPPLI". liaqu'eriaine. .lay 19, I,611. The Raeaibowr. S'OLOMON FREY ilat' s laalhs comp'iments to his friendls and the publir. aril respeciful ly iinorms them that hi ha, as opend i the Iblli!dlanig on Mlain street, formerly occupied by Stockiry & I)el.i allaa,. a Coffee lionedse and Lager Beer. Saloon,. where otod liquors ant good wer can be hadl. alnd whert he hopes his old patronl, anld the public will call atnd see him. t.pi, Rhine IPI'ne. The undersened ta oii saV to Ih friends and to the public generally that he has just rece'ised a Iew suppily aaI 11 hate andl Red Ithile Wiiae. of a quality rmuch superior to that received last year. 'IThe pit,!ha. may rely upon this wine being the truw at ac. tual juice of the erape. as it came tratl the vte yaids on the Rhiine. ('all an't try It. atgll I GA iRIEl, BI EliI.ER Cotee eHose, Boarding House, Liv ery Stable. MAURICE 1MARIX INFOR1S his Irleiads and tile public generally. th t Ile h s opented his new bhas-. ot Bank Stiret. sinceta he 4th ot . .r J ly. iu. t. he is tinely situiated to aax,aoaa. date I iaoaiers atnd tral.,tri, Vistua u a " '..i-nd - lie teri s. His table thail .lwas- !. tu:i.atsuedl with al.e la T :he matkart a, t;uri' lis ('il'FFEE 111i -F w !! .itlw.,.s ti sup plhed withs a tlt r ti - I e p: ti t . V th e. Lat er iver. &c. Heh s a ILLI. \RIs Tr.\.E kepat i a .'- patr tl" roron tri tiln' lir. haaa:.atiay tittedl tilp ItI, '('Al I.E a moat Ih e .urlasi.e. l I a l1i. an-l inlals entrusuted to hi,- care shad: meet with the most taligeltI atteutionl. lie cortldretlty holpes that his o'd frier-r.s will anot torget him. Plaiter. asod others iiomt tIl.' S.)at tiry will hate tiie.r hiare- adl hutg e% proplr. ly taken care uo at all timeS. ta i as uittm . Slan. r alnd wlare as lia tuWnl atultol. for the'll-eler aatf Court House Exchange. 1avit Leopy. Sl A . I jtt plt'rc'had.te utt the illa tr.rest of hais a1 patueti. will co-titlu" 10t daly Oia the hbisl,,ess at the vold r:ata:.. \here be a,ll always Good Liquors and Iise Lager. Thakfuil Ior past patlonige. h'~t tr..;- to re ;reaie a conlttiluuallce l the tcane loam hias ad Irie .as a.ltI the publi n vin'it r. jy' ANTHOONY ASTREIDO'S OYS'I'ER ýALOuN. " -A D - R ESTAURANT, No. 16 1Roia , Street, Next door to the Post Olfice. Naw OsLatans Oysters in Barrels or ('ans. Packled or Spiced. Fruit and Nuts of all kinds. wholesale and re tail. Always on hand a full supply of all the luxu. ries of the season. Meals ser ted int New York style. I ity and cuntry order:i put up on the shortest notice. ap2l-l OVtsTER SALOO N The undersigned woull respect,l:\ inflorm his frienlds and the public xenerally that his Oyster saloon is now in "full blast," where Oysters are served up in every style. Also- (assuie and tlher Laxarileis, including "'Irnsides Gumbi," and Gumbo, of ev ery other description; Soups. Roasts. Stews, Frys. Broils-Salmon, Lobsters. Sartlities, &c. &c. Desert aned Delicacies; and WINES and LIQUORS of all kinds. and of the most superior quality. Give me a call nov12 II. LEBLANC. Golden .tge Coffee Hense. BeardiIg Hose anid Oyater s aleeao . This Coffee House. Boarding House and Oyster Saloon. fornmerly kept by Antonio Bragliono, at the corner of Bank amd Villier streets. will be opened by the untaerlsien ed on the 5th of December 18ti0. when he will always keep Good Liquor, a Good Table atd the Freshest Oysters. His friends and the public generally are retspectflully invited to call and judge lr themselves. Their Ipatronage iS so lielted, and will be highly aptreiatled. nov24 LOUI PRATOLONG(O. egar" ad Wobacco Utore. -HE uadersigted reepectfu;ly informs his friends anmd the publec geerally of lierville that he bas epeind a Store in P'laquemnms, ad oining Leopold Kobu'm Fanc. Dry Gooths Store, forthe i maet ar s Sal. of Begar, atid also to kerp cutntalatly otl hand the beIt brands of IMPORTED ,4;.I fR.. He will also keepthe best qu.lity 4.f CHEWING AND S.iOKIV; TOR.1 co By always keepaig, hatn an. set .liet s:oek F. ol the aove h- hopes to rteceis a itberal 'hare I of pIublic patronage. t aug26 GUSTaVE NEDIT. i Jewelry .....-.... Jewelry. W E'ire jst received an addition to our - Ltk er Jelwery, which is new large and varied. Every article sold by u is W ruranted a! repuemeated. If not as represented. we will l ways tlake the goods back and relnld t'. mo- o _-y. S8TOC LEY & DELAVALI E. 'riaERY-A. tew aiti beautiful ts I Jaortapnt of Pee Kuivres just reeivd as - bramk klw by R. A. IKART M1SC'ELAI,N,.\Ni ) S. Femalte .enminary. A S' 110 )1. tr Yo ,, , Lia , es w t! I , ,1te d * in l' i.:.t ue, i'n o ) ,tl r It t l 1t ( h a tob' r lrext. it the re-i !enc, r 1 \ -. II I:h-.. Te 1 i e, 1.' l .11 lepartin nt s ,e'r lh" c'rlelf Saide II, ." ,. a, t'. a ,--I- ', - 5 II Ti'hv . '' a - t r it atr .' !ue rIn - " 'i ' . it1 S .1ih ' an 'l ' whi Ia I ,"a. at . r w lt tr r i,..'l I F op y . \I I:'' t' .I1I:.4I 1 P .. I r i N" . .a il Lintr . .' ,. T,' ,ltea tm r-".. ." a " 1t i t' 1.e1 .1 i ul,ai .th n b li ' . ti, ." . . ' .. t t .N I'laq .. ienn- . ca rr -i, tie l l v i ,r- . Firriit,.y l o'kcr aed Con!-t ioer.l ali s l EaiP ('tl.re ,.loni i tr t l, i d 1rtri :,i ti , l' O'Ck. at arr a at I'ia r ,it a . t ' -:i , i.ay. prtlr,':m, w ith tile tt'ap.lt t. I r Clrt. - Ru t ai a .1 a, i t hh t 0 i r le St. l arytit r FlanLkhl n aull New lber a. ir. l atppIrs wal please ,ee that tlher tre;iht I m4.., board th tthe b h et'ag ea n1 pBK 1i, ,.i tier n departure. sept A tha F. L.IGLE ZE. NFny aker and Coherty. r. a' i . 1 ) E PE "'FUL'. irtitrmst at.e .-- u. at tt aUll others o t tlai lU ntatli :e a1 .; I ' tr- - ville.. that he is at al. tlite t p tetl .-d h to tarn'ish partlt s th ('titl ' l a CorI.,,an'ry :n HAthat may Ai r" quired il hll,- aR t the O -h l t . hllrrl. alid uillt lte ill,.i t y3 aota h!e tertt . B.;kerv at the r lMld t lotf-al: ti l. ad .heets Itt 1t SI T IrqEt ' IVt I). by steamt-hp "abawla. 11 ' agive 'i1 ."I'''1 .l oi thl a-,, 4a ' It:t , p, l. o" ' LEt'Yii'K I _ IE 1. 1% tl.l..1'.'t-.. I . New Buatchery. tA - " 1 ig Thte i, fit I r"-1 r"'ll I c.;orm. t' T - il.it " i hat h i ha- ,:it i . ::n .~* a, :, wt'ie I kililiw ti',', y i , 1 " . e "n h. au. Ih,t He J, lir itll ,, ki l a ali ,i -rai, tt ie U a tilT;;a' r. ..lll IaN,' Sug- r 3..I l"l. l. l ru d k. &e. By a .`ht it- n e' :a.t ot' Iai lit i aiii,, titlaltl. i t I at a t ize re ~lctll, ie . L ,a - t ttir hai ha -tt :a re 1. p ib l ',ia_. . ! V a'c. paltli Uir.tiy ihxt h eal rlio e of 11,h .tl tish li+ ., Cll&(' I E T.'iI 1aL " ! I'. . The cait- ' ill run as in tI ll down the \'r ji ar t1 til l P taet, der..i-ly IEt RTIAlf \t EYRStlI. ai HAASE BROSi. ru PItisti lo ts i -ood, i- Ith"v pat hr cai.e . .i/ ll ·,.1l,,, I, "c . , ir o then, Xet t,.- ,e - K Itl heady M ade Clothing. C tr-ey taiwll ri-a ,, t . i i t. ".t , ., ;t-i' t tha ir bistt'k ' the a',, g-- ,f 1 i dlt'l I- r:. lt. but arequest al w iho 'lie , w nit : an t rets lt! 'o givr t are tati .I a, m a." tigl ilr rpar iedt at ehryl ,lorch ,l . "ir s ! it wa ir i IVidiright, Engineer, &.c. L e also 'a1es , ('. 1FIn?'l ital)t e Ihe t ,t' il.b I 1i latIask ' t 'aIii' 11'1i1t i 1'' tatll. lij. i aI .tereto- s a plllil HRlars. Pric E.\imo\ l ErE. w.:l,.re Ssl iceI Ih V i ' -.00 .¢P h 10 1:,e `u4.,. 1 ..'ix1i a """ 0 o th e rs , tn . ;t " , - t } 'a rd to p'elat t. 1, i - - Tgar Mills lnd Iergiu. of l:e in s: b au.' llani tin-h. l, alla y size reyiie.,t andT Stwar h gssuled iull c ase. C(,nt.ac., tr u" xt year re,,pectfully I.-licited. AOT ICE T"oi;lLDEl' I). AN.%D 0 THlERTS. He is ie. r, ,I to fol-h NiON RAIL3INGS. OF V ARTIES \ aihi:;'. to puallr see I Khis o Inlples. aug. A. t'. I)IZIf.K. a 4 V I'hl I.VI I l 1.'r, 4, L ' ple i it: t+i At ko E i ,i Spatronagea D.o1 ee mbet I r.t re15. t that " e w'iI *'..'I -'l r ., n e. ''" rll:lino di" !* rt i' , hWOR line lie hl . , , . at,.. t, .; ..ij .m i:..:-i: HE ank treletn w- hold ri. a;ge -ll i o ' nlture o0 every 41:1 . Old Furnture ltaehilift. Ren~ar ' or repaid Iate " very low prices. lle also gmakesl (It FItN of eter y it)l at lhI .oi shorest notm iceith romt l i Fv. sk ' .l taliic Co lfin . sllpli, i a , hereto- id o fore. Splendid Henrse. Price moderate. s!14 and T eITr ala oPeIIIlithtia. Thectal attntsc will be gi.ear tno aliuttt.t E iahItetdILLS 1lnst wloa.3lal lr8'. Buidi Merial sol .ts toi tilail ti o thARTIES wishilg to purchand the ;Ira ght toIeur, Turhile Wed or Coill Irt it for either IOILER or a Gss AR K-Th r .. i A puldic i general, that they haI o , 1. set-t ieo iReagn !e. I ! IS(,ELLANI 1OUS. JOIIN BONNING, Professor of .Plusic, S h - O nll1 s l lrllllOuin at hl ill (,LII . I ' 1 'l l ti- p,.lrpo. , t i' dt itll b itIn- , Ito thi d( tes o, hi pro H % i . ! ' ..... il on all Ilr'u atisd Strinaig elruiusengat. }f, \ ;I 01-, , tii,, l so i . ii a st~ . "l .ccouI to ;. il. s.. . " t 'I ak ,I b1 " , , a'. l in-7 Ii IEIIILER t RO.. I lJEIh' 'J1. T T\ ... i.t'' ia1l, I,01 rr e'rl lPe filt' llto-I e5lperrl sto, ii. I. , _- lor i e tlemetrl i'.Il all i VI z It er Coats, Vests and Panlts, that wall. ever broniIt to thin (Iarkit. They- t hai k the- iib " efor ats up!iwi't hitherto. and wlall enele.vor a,1, h to be ali'h,, of it T' ;e.ir l ai , zIu ii al lt eu> iti r: tIh.y ft- the il-.; irat, . ('ill at the chi 'tail not r MAD. DURAND, Fancy Driess .Pllaker. J",r:. " !·,- LA., rt1' t" , tI i'''riti ,ly .,d \ 1 41 ¢ . -a-r".+ her nm tplln re i :to U~tast,4 -i; I,- I..I. ii a tilsl t . i :.r I h t t i P1 i u e l l l r l l . . . i lie... - . . . z -t z i . i . ...ll. i.1. 1. II l :'l lE . - r7. i , L .. \ ... . ..i . -- tl' rt- ITni artii t, . t. i . t... iz, 't .i li i r) ,her. Hoe . I . i, -. ti, r . r it i, -... I - h . it ,a.e p 1 t ille t ""r u n k "..I 'lkii +1t..t+er hlrru t o t e o u 1. 11.C . e , l r.. Itl (.Y I1" .IDDl lit " .--.ImD i 1 i 'ei . to i.e er-iz&l . r . i, i i,,t'zly d, llree ' n' et, i ell iti i t h . IT, ' e-:. pe r :'' ,t:.! \'e-t Ila n llie ., e . t tel ie htIt a.ot Ili S ti l *I tt, i.li syrnlil;e t:th he i e ltio i IP , il h. ca'ti hIl eiil p ernia ently., t, carry oni the Saddlery and Harness Blasinless : .r .1, I1 is Illn Z.i ltE "Tho.Te walt it iAI I)LI1 .. H \R\ l '. or al.: a he:. ,i i'i.ANT'" 11( \ I ( I, ING. %ill lie i It t ti t - i i I lf P lnt . I 0 g ile. n ll l c .: 1 , it o r e OI c aiEi. l. Ih Rl-Gt"tere. Si, , an l reeallh .iet. Iloer story of the Othl Mao . oi t Ha i. t a iu 1 l . %V (n () t IT. Clarriai e ancd Farso-s :uens a hue i t Del. -' hie s a-il i O hoes' 5Carriate Trimmingr lt stablishmlent GUST.A VE RINGBV LD, u e s"'in 1o ('Htt.i - 441 .i i (',. at tie old swand o.i' 1h . hc. iaI I' titi ll ie)ifuii y tllorml. the' prop i t lI herie aind Wlrst at. p u-' iei' r that ihain purtrihaed ut thr izitre nt of his partuir. hr In r! ol3 ) i1~.o tr he tr.ame Ie io il lawess. suh -as I.( maly n dielite' oe r a s kildn UI u alddlsc tinled Ilierlll, e And the Trimm ing and Pwainting o Carriages and Burgies. 11 ae thatin. kep; i , a s lli at .-ih!il.hmentrli r it.-no It.epanL one on n r t, DIT. P raia lnu.m N o. t h.lb l `,'9. ly To rse 'hitienas OF IBERVILN AN, W. BATON ROUGE. We have received from the manualictu ri, andt ier t ba:t dr 4ill)0 pairs h-,,t oa!t talneed iullteLLs loo I o .lilss. -. Hoye a uI Women'a Shiites 7.3 1ein t. iadiesa aniI oal ht .addles. a tinml h 5 to dI- l. iam thoe order; ' ,a ,z. ,t or' t a d ihai e ' ollar: ntt d:o . tl:. do. Hime s; .'!1 pi tr iatre .'ei atlt no doz Bulild Bridles; It t1,- Lull i t ."1 1.d, eh.d (lil; : )eI tons I nir aa:d d'1,, Ifrn: l palls U e aoly s ld tilt.' Blanket-: pO do. extra hue ih-a . 11-4 and L-4 lied Bl.eeket.; • 000 yards Dmtrn. HiKerseys and I in-!,¢t, I- doz extsa fine Rrdlh. and Fleliiug, Most of the above wert pu.chase for cash and from the manlaetorie., hence we defy ,',n petilionl, esther io New Orleeins or eet, op ot sets I. lcWILII.C. and & Cte. head the publiw ih geaeray . hat having ) Graaud ret~ he wll in futre carry on busi Groeru tere. Spubli-. ShUL he hYs just reesved b new &#resel. NOTICE, To Planters and Merchants. B .I RELS! BABi ELSI The iundersi.lzed. one of the aillest C'oolers ill 'he 'arish. havazni comlmletel his arranigenits. artl oa' rig ui.chased a latige Sto.'k of teteria!s. i now prepared to lurnish Piatlers. M.lerchants anrd wthe.,.. s th a. ; ad an ailicle of .tIOI..1ANNE B :lRF.L N i aii hLft Ii . , ' c b lllat:tanuactur'. d. Not. I.t ci, amd exI-et ir ed workmen enmploy lie wi also mat I,., tre SU;.*ll flOGS lIE. I II !orall i noate Rir or lti at time. li,- i'll triernd and customea will please gate h etl , .t i. It, ki. having h.rl t..fre i given satsl'asationi to . o; 1 ,,'t,,s. ; ' t ,i-te i h- 'to t endeavors to II- .. ', ., *. 'I '." .i, 1 ,!:r aItl (re S . t li' i. , : i : . , I.V3RT STABLE. 'I'lih I IItlcrn Ltulied res, lp t:l'l t' inlt4rtn the public. '1---f. 'that tha II.., ,.,chased a.1 ire rItell TIeI ;"l to I j *-rt tahl' iorrrlr v n irl ,.' I ."! ,,.'up:-l . :,t ,m ' . licl'aI. .1it'. a,,l " llt lly hi v Ira ()lclll . ,r: . ?Main street ir l he town l '1i,.. iH m:w.e. U i D L lh. at , * a l n,, It ~ iI l it t, e 1i ti flii.' Iliotitifnie. a.T e !"ti'v arte priarei to cair on the I.IVoErY V t'ABL; I I'NI.1 it, ali ts i.,,,.< ;r, Ilire- and Vehwl,.- of :IlIt,nst ever) k;nld. rea ,!t at s- ha t Irt l(i're iu lltueii a r'el u.on hat in! their Horses w', :.'! a: r tiakn.e care .1 (liste is a trial 'AWe .tlo hat r title lar.e 1.0tos r the accom modiatJit of riu.l ci 14Ih! H. AIIK R. mit.I v J P 1'III (i NNE+AUX. Fin'e Saddle aeied .'aufrh horses. The ulnerligrld has julst re tulrliedl Il( I K6rntutckv ali luoh. anra ltith a nllrl'n.'r ot the tie-t bloo . e .g -AD)I)ILE ANI) lA IC 111tli RES that was ever brough tli o lt . miarlket. Th- iublic is re ques'+.', il ralil and al.,L at them. The'I'y wilt be o.ld cheap Ir cash or g.uil papi-er. t'all at Bar keris & Nlarloamneaux's stable. p 14 B. B. RERRY. NE GROCERIES. J T iLE,'EIElil .T II. A. ORIII.LION'S -eaWnoy crooory MBtore. S,'.,iL t.'tleq l'Pale tle; 4 " 'ordia; 2 *" Syvrup. 'Calndls of a I ndlis; ('ream .-'loft: Talle Sailtt. \'i hester h re; baute. Flae-h oIeit er'. Pine A}ple I 'ae'r. a.l F'resh Jelly; Cheese andi F're.h Butter; Bn)ss F ,lot Balls, I'darler Ia!h.: II,) T"ps and l l n arhles: (thin Cap . * ales arit Pecils: Ledl Penics, Letter Papea, atdlakstands. mh;O LUMBERI ! IUMBER! HIAVE A.LW AYS ON HIAND from 3 to 400,000 feet of Lumber, of all Ides'llittlaois. which I will deliver any where oa the Mlass ssiil tiaer R71alls lilled on short lutlce at the Grosse Tete .Mil. bjanl.ly] F. ARBUUR Plaquemine Saw MilL MEW FIRI. 1lR. E:RN.:s'r HEBEIIT. having purchased " L out tile interest ol J. BTi. CLartI. in the saw Mill on Bayou Plaqueminle. in the town of I'tlaqluemine. th. tiinl. Itom the 2d day of March, I will be known by the sname. and conducted sun tder the tirm ,f A HE i.ERi I & J. B. MAILL'O, anid the patronag ota ithe Ipublic of the town and fpara-h is resicti,-llly solllated. -JiTh'l' l wi I i.'tdreaotollo keep a regularsup ply of I.utll:,-r :l, bh.uI. ol tihe best description. at all times. watichl the) will dispose of at the ru ling rates, anld o the most accommodating teruns. HEBIRT ' & aIAILLO. lMarch 10. IS60. Fortcardis.s uand Commis. ASonu t~Itsweess. tt'rr',,,: t 1. * , ·alioinlJ Ihe Pot IrT, ;NS Er: I-:Il It havl ar.soiata tdIhem I s. -i e . tgetlhel . lir Il, i,4iti a, o doing a g.sieral Firwealat it .tlitd ot imitl-tiO l ,' I taitliws. We wilt all+ CilleiPt l,,.it e-. tIe the mer ehialts. =ilIl Luiteasas men. l-of Ihe \lrth, Ea t and West lil lusiaess aIltlrustled Ito our tare a ill be promptly attlendaled to. HKELi.I & JI.NNINGS. P. 3 JNNINtNS. itRt,.,r to any reliable citizen of the Pariah loera ille. La. dec31 DIERCT IYlPORTATIOM HIAVANlA OIGARS I 'TE Ire a i receilpt of4 small invoice of HlAVANA CIGAIRSI imltorted by our selves. These we rat sell at New Orleans pri crs. We cat fcrnish our rustomere with the GEULTINE WEED at $3.5 per tbousaad aomething v..r glod at $40, as good as we could cell hettoltoire at P0. Ily taxt steamship we shalll receive a larpge invoieP. .C- all. exatmiale and ildlde for yeuraelvear je3Il s'cOCKLEY & ,,ELV.ALLADE . agasefe btfree-Neasse. PlaqI emime Itreet. I'riE underained havingl ooened-tbhe albose s Stalhlishment on Plhquemise rweet, oppsilte the Mariet house..tralta Ibat hig friends and the lablaic will coatin it the patronage they have so slherallt he -troed heretofore. 1e will always keep anm htil the £ie', o f Liqiors@ aild feels as red that he will always be able tt, ailty the alaeadjudgljaof 'his somers. eye-ly F. MCZ.CLI. GAZIfTTIt & SJlNTIlEli. P(BLISHIID EVERY SATURDAY BY W P. BRADBURN, E)DITOR AND PI',oPkIETUOA. SI'BS'IIIPTION--Per anlnum. Three Dollars an,. ll'lr '.retl IC:1p I. ,,n adv.,e--Flve Dollar. per a llo,. f ' 11 1 .IIt at iflhe 111 lr .f .ubarlhll g. ADVI'eKTISEMENiTS will he inserted at the rate of ne lhclIr pe.r -q u:.re t.. I er lii. or le...) for lhe frt,. :t'l Fof, 1 f t. l , , t h .ry iiu. eq uent l uNeriIon. 4 I."Pratl di -couIh. lh.w vr, nt I her. rrate. III hr llaie e u aditerlI-mPnI t" Ll-...rtel f,,r 1..u nlot'lh. ur more .ANNOUNCING CANII D.\'I'TF$-TenDollary fur ell ',itr'- in earh latlru.re-lln: lrl.ll' Ili ad ,an.rie ORBITI 1\RY NOTICES. not exceedling three or four lle, ~wll h' .'h.'rfrlcly mn'rried asll outrchrtr but rltle of (rreter lIegtch wii ih' argml as aids.ertice* JOB WORK--Cash on delivery. What the Galled Sesdon of the L.e gislature Ought to Do. Such t the tirs. portion of a caption to anl article in the Delta, about which that paper goes on to remark: Its nmetlbiers ought to bury, in utitter ,blivi. ii, all political elilleitences, andl c',insult calhly togetlher, in a spirit equcally patriotic and statesntanlike. It ,'uglt to pa.ss a law for tihe ine.' diate draft ,f1 one-fourth ,of the militia:, of eaci parish, for the plurplse of bgin,' drilletl (inl the parish) semi-weekly ,ir weekly. It t-huuld provide then with arms. 0of the i:tc'st impr, ved kinids, and plclly of aUlniulition for target firing. It ~should auth,,rize the Goveruor to, emplloy at once twenty-five or thirty well skilledl military instructors, at li beral s..laries, to drill them t once or twict' a week. In the river parishes on)leI instructor could drill the men ill two parisles, except in the largest aull n It ,lulotus. ThIe drill of these citi zen solliers for (,i.e year) should II. pri;cipally as infantry and light infaii try, or rifles. At the endil of one year exempt tlhose men and draft one-fourth of the remainder to be simnilarly drillhl fIr one. year, and so on fr the next tw, years there after. They shonld encour age the formation ,of volunteer clm panies. in every parish, outside of this Ici.nscrilti. t, allowing them to cho,.se, their own arm, and furnishing thetna with weapons. Every eflfrt to)cultivate a aiilitary spirit among the young mell of the State should bee used. It should provide for collecting andl keeping safe ly (in New Orleans or Iaiton Rougoe) pleiity of aimllllnition of all kinds. It should diminish (for a time, at least , the exp'enditure of the publie money for works of internal improvement, and tty to fill, and keep full, the State treasury. It should call a convintion of the, people of the State to deliberate on thei present serious and grave question'e that are presented to us. "What the Legislature ought not to do," and "What there is great danger it will 4p," -which are the concluding portions of tlce abuve caption-there are some people, proba. bly, who think they will know soon epough and sufficient enough, without the necessity lf our entertaining them through our columns with speculations upon such action-and our space is precious. It is hardly within the range of pohb ability that there can be any present adjustment of our troubles. Thee may be politicians, South as well as North, who will make the attempt-bu-tt:th, people of the South are in advance .tf the politicians, and their potential voicet must and will be obeyed. 'They have come to the conclusion that they have at least been driven to the wall, and it is a question now of life or death-of' political and personal independence, or of perpetual serfdom awl vassalage. The issue has to be met sooner or later, and it had as well be met mow, and be done with it. If the madmen who have gained control of the ship of q$tate are determined to run her upon the breakers and dash hler to pieces, the South can, as a last resort, take to the long-boat and save her people from the wreck. INCltDENT IN MILLtDOETI.LL.-A lMer of the 23d from Milledgevifle, Ga., sage: Last night a mob collected in tile streets of this city, on the receipt ,f the news that a mant. was tdalkng ii favor of Lincol'ns election. The moel, got hold of a Northern man who, it seems, had been traveling on .oot through this and the adjoining costic . who had for his baggage- por4 anteaaa with one shirt in it, and could givrs n, satisfactory account of himself. .e weas witlhout mouey, and could sitsa tidfy any one as to his odetajitfon. "RC ports were current of hid havidt an nounced himself gId of the eleeCUi of Lincoln, and had annomnaed himmetf a "Lhtole ma.'-5' The crowd atteaptel to get a rope to haung himn but, aold nut find one; they then took, banlker chief sad tied it aroutpd his spti rnd proceeded to take him to- atpve-iipe near at hand to sia..g khon up, Thi lMarshal of this city, in co nan with a possm cU LUssitatak, sW I the crowd, and took' the' uiariioi the hands of the mob, and pI 4trittsa the jail for safety. This is tleMatL+men I received frep as eye rwine.. The man is now in jail.