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N-EW SERIES--VOL. 3, NO. 4,5. PL.QU.I'M I . P.-\I18 (OF IBEIV I.,1. LA.. I)ECEMBER ?2. 1860. OLD SERIES-VOL. 13. NO.10 pROFESSIO.raJL, C.IRD S. .TLJ L. OOL , JAMZS .. CO=, .Ittorney at Lair, W ILL practice in the Courts of the SIxtitr Judcital District. aind the Supreme (tomit of Louioiana. t, J.; P'ot-office address-- Plaqueminu'., lwer- i1 ille, La." fe:b-ly BEiJ. N. DEBLIEUXL .Attorney at Lalr, W I. I.1. devote his whole attenltin to the prac tire at the r professio n in ll the (r'our- Of the Sixth Juh.ulal Dilstrict. je.t pASID N. IIAK, iu, N. . I 'otF:, Plaf,,ur n ii ', IWIes. ' ;,t,, J'o,;e, Jlberrill,', La,. I :Tato, ,,l'e 1. O., LI Barrow &" Pope, .ElDerneps and fowaaeleaJ's f Lawr, ILI. practice their ptoles-ion in the parish Se' of West and East Baton Rouge. lher rille, Pmint (toupee and West F'elciana; the Sit remrne Cort of Louisiana. and the I ulse,! tates District and Circuit Courts at .New t)rleans. ttyl-ly JOS. H. BALCII, Notary Public and Auctioneer, WTILL do butsines in any iart ot ti, p .rih V at the tbllowing rates: All Notarial acts drawn for fine to t0.n do; lar.s. Famity Meetngs I~,hld for eight di . Auctioneer's business done on il tm lo to at pia- i trans. d,c i t OSCAR LAUV E, Attorney" at LFaw, Will devote strict attention to the practire o his profession in all the Courts of the ittIh Ju dicial District. Ofice wlth 7Zenon Labauve. ai,t- y U7n. DrELs, Attermey, at Law and J asltise of the Petes e. ITUfice on Main street. an:g; Joseph Hot ard, Attorney and ounsellor at Law, ( )iee sa s , 0 ". ,,1 .,," . i, .) jylai] FLorsf i',l ,ll ;, LA. GEOaG IL. mEzlsz, ttorney at Lair. Mar,,al//. ; .,',7,'. lll. prac:i' taw n and le, t v;.Wt, in tl e W count!,,l.( Hf s ,.,,,,. 1"'i-k. b";'h. Wood. Up hr ('ans aar'd Mar' . aId .o t!. F.' eril aid Supietie I ports at l') er. to 6. W. I. HAMILTON, Attorney at Law, Will practice in the Itistrict t'ourt of Ibers il-. A share in the btuittens of sa I. Court so;ieie,.t. (L\ddress ('Tinton. La. or 6 It I. GOIURRI:ER, vwrre3Vor & ('iril IEn inecr,' S"" 1aton MI/, Iie. La. 'WITLLattend tocalls in the Parish of Ibtwrvil'e i WT for surveying lands. mapplit. I'lantato i.". levelling, measuring canals and levees, dlal::-" lag architectural designs, &c. not 24 Dk. . M . D. MARzT, H .AVING; located himself abont five miles he low the Ferry on the opposite hank ol the to river, in lberville. otf'es his professional servi ! ses to the citizens of the parish on that side ri J. U. 5p a. J0ols anEAL. n HAM KS & KNEAL, OL',SE '.AIlNT'I.RN, GLAZIER . PA PE: ..IAGERS. septl PLALUE'MINE. LA., i 3. . 80LA AR AS jrust returned from New Orleans.bringing in a large and well assorted stock of et S'ocerles, of all kinds. B Alao, just received from S". Looni, a lot o ,, Flear-e-4tra and superfine. th Ld.., Heana aund Butter of first quahlty. As it I my intention to keep on hand a full of ee..rything in my line, a call is s,lici:-dt r61m -mo bo friends and custor .ra. Store opposite Nieol'a. my lst.tf N ICOla BIIHLE respectfully informs B b h, indd and the public that he stall con at his old stand on Main street. adjoinilg _ @,l Tailoe shop and Wiae .ntore. where a rtill plirsum SHAVING and HAIR CUT TINYas aIso CUPI'INI; when called upon. S a .t :,,i,_ hoemak o ' , ,wLASER BROS., . The business bhoretfor, 1 carried os by B. GLAzGa, will ducted iu future by the under asdat *h d Iasd on Bank street. North of a. A 4 i they-itet that their attention to I hIbliee s&lveaes to please their curdn- m e spuner is which their work is done .;h'et a . the cotiued patronage of their be froem til dat keep on hand ! Cr*Ie Gaiters & c u .9 , GLASER BROS. *-WjknRAR HIPPLBR, 01 a ed Shoe *ater, , Tak cthEi octastio to thank ha pe:.s* e ke their p= mptnmage..md ,i5 m aes te thae ast patm t scaated a Main l tss. AIretj r es s .aua W,,l find that ,e will eontinue ae UW ',WihaotL s rnel s vtt y prfecJ e- nd ---- n~m, at h E duatlty. "' etSI F'J tiRE 4 .r..i.l w )o1d r S. I T spcGti .'I. m 4u toho 1T o frindls and TL'" _." u""1.1: t. t' thalt they hlt '" ., . ' (' ,oils honu e a:,, h: t1 i, - t ,o ',,."1 t 1 L,' '. I - hP thiele.. opp.l.ace ' I . u. o landn _a" a Il'. 1 i, l ! I II 4 . I-t .11' It,'h :I' 4 I : - I ''' ..., 1 ',I -r. Iid 1: . . 1"\1, . J.- . t! -hh.t' All . 'Hi alie /:' fIB I"dq1't.': ::I \. "l' 1 & ..EIPPI':.' 'The M inabne. lt.O liN I k1.1 p:,' r t. i- i cmlp uu ' - t' "" , il "i I J . ., i .. '. I,, , "i ' i Ill' ll111"I o lm l l; l th 111.' l+. ha- , s op.,,l 1 the 11 ,~'l ,on Halul trtt. lorleir o0ncpte'l by Sittily & 1)elA4 alia ,. , Coffe e Closee and Lnger Beer. 5: 1ah, .m . wh r. ;., .,,I 1 p a i l b1e r c'tio I.- had. atrd \\ 1et' he Lop~- I 0.. p II 1 -;:i d the ul l,'it' , i s , l.. - , - ' r :: 1 " iRhin( II'inte. Th 1.r d '.'ii - ' to 1 flr I. ai ' 1,1 t!, e pui,,,,' ."Pl'.~ ,il l l ia: 1 S 't tf" l hi ," ;+ t r . r"1 1 i ' . 1 " 4 . 1 4h'h .Il I t.r, t, .u ""I ... . . 1'a'4'. . " , Ii :;: 4.t' "11 In 1tlat Ii '*.l4- ' ,-' \ I1. ]'il'' l 'I"" I'' lll iy I,' rl t i p"ll I.II. ',\ i II *' ,, ' 1' " I T:` : i " - ~- titll l" 1 14 ' , , , I l4 1 !t : Cofftree ouse, oarding House, Liv ery Stable. MAHRICE: 11 MAIX ;ftll " -', ;I ' lt-"1 ( ',h ,,, " : ll+. `x ,, Sia 1 ' a 4 ."1. . i lr' " I,) .llro-1 l I 11- ' I 1 !44 44l li 4 I" .A ''4 44 44', 11 I, v.::Il - rin .' " "' .,' • ,i r ;. , I: - 1 , ,.n. 44, 4 44 44 .,t 1. '4 4'. 4t t 4. 4 . -' 'll,, i, " .44 < ' l' ; ItI rom .des urin ''. ..s that his o'd 0 r:... .' ' il' I'.I! " l' t h ,'I 1",. " I" I1.! '" '' I, i l 1 1" e 4 " 4, 4 4 44t.,44. ,, i.h , e . .H a- . 4.4, a ,l at': t. I., a- i4,.4 . atitt., . hr t•oai.te4. a'. d 3D, -.vic1 I .ovy. A IV ; l i.... 1..... 1.. '4. , t 4'. . I 'J-t (if f .` I. 4a4l'll*r. w i4 l ', Il t,* t44 ,, ' lily 1 4 1 l 4 '. 111.4-,4-. at tile t I ,. tatl . I4 4:.r' he H. l alw , - (Good Liqleors and rino Lager. Nlell ' d rl, t th e IbI. t rOc. ' n i 0 lt I .i}2 1 A (NflHON " ASTRIEi -. S It V4.TA-URI.A \ T, U,. 1(; l +.,, 11 r 1,1 Next door to the Po-t ,. ff!itce.. . w )t .R..ass Ov-trrs in B ntr' I. ,Cl.- Pi. kledI or lpiceld. Fruit and Nuts ol all kd-. whu. sol e a.nd re tail. AIlways on ha4dl a tut, supp y of all the luxt ries of tilhe s8" " r4 . .M1e.ala se red in New Yotrk st e. I ity anld 'oitry order. put up on the shortet notice. ap21-ly / OY.,TERi N1 L.OO' . lThe ' llt' ersin 4 4 ,I .wou.lI respectfr lly iniorol his fri'ends .ad thell pu lic generally that his Oyster Saloon is now in "flill blast,'' wheret O' sters are servedpil inll e4 er tyl .lso Gisase and osther Lue.nrie.s, including' "'lronsdes Gumbo." an.d G;;mbo. of etv cry otherdescription:Soups. Rtoasts. Stews,Frys. I Broils-Salmon, Lobsters4. Sardi.'s. &c. &Aic. IDeaca an d 'lit.a('ies; and WINES atld LIQUORS of all kin'i. and of the most superior quality. Give me a call .nov12 II. LEBI.ANC. Golden s ale Coffee H lelse. BoardIug Iloue asad Oyster taloo.. ..~..This Coffee HK,+e. B,,ardi,,g Hon.e and ()ster Saloon. Ior:terly kept by" Antonito Brasiono at thp corner ul Bank and Villier street'. wiiI be opered by the underaicned on th hi" 4 f 4)ecerm r tt190. when he will always kee Up , Liquar. a l;ood Jab'e and the Fresheat Oysters. His I ienis and the public generally are rspeclluly invited to call 1 aIt tjdi ge fr them ,eIve. T"hei liatronlage is so. lic ted, a.d will be highly aptnrrlated. nosQ4 LOUIS PRATOLONGO. iegar and Tobacco Store. THE tnder-igned respecif'.ly inlorms his friends ttd tIe p ,bitl ge0,erally of lbers ille that he has opetttd a Store in P'lsaqemn. ad oijing Leopold Koha't Fancy I)uy Goods Store. a for the MIanufhetre and Sale of inegars, a4id 414,40 tO k'epP ('ot,-tan I 1 44 hatIti tIt- b1t'. IMPORTE! SEGARS. He will also k-ep the be-t q, .lity t.f r CHI!IV.IND I I).K-I, NG T"OBACCO Ry a ways keepong o. hatdiancezeletI stock C of th .,bove he hopes to receive a liberal chas t; of public p.tronlage. it aug26 tUS'TAVE NEDIT. U Jewelry........Jewelry. IW7 K hare jews receivs'ed en addilios to ear B terkol.Jewel, which is now large Iand - varied. Every sariese aold by as is warsrated as reqw.setLed It no' as represented. we wdl ot a! ways take the goods b~ek and reread st *mto s"". STQCALEY & DELAVALIJ" . . th _______-__-___- lu S"'rirLRY--. n , i, s . besutiful a' 1 orttmeni"C Pea o ealve juat reeiveeed o . Ar ~sl lw Sy R.A. KZARNfT It.tt .%( I aiuttrfy. 1 " 111 (1 1.11' 1 u 1i'ti, I an i tI 'r 1 ii pe ili InI ILto , ' t" " it. " `1t' 1i," I-t to ( t,'hb..l : in xCt. T1u" 1 I"n , .palti, n u1d0r tiTh thati . Th.e 'la--,e , \ ll he tantcht by the PI uncil . Ii", 1, i ". ( halllll 1'I I'hli il P' ,lli t 'I Siii E Lti. ta i tatm iroZ'' *A. J, 1) : il 1'S. i,"1n1. tra tlw ry. cI.he.r I'ay . \1,. ,I . .. i I ,, ' ). i.n .. . 11' ~.1, ,1.' ~c e. 1 1 "r \ " 10 ,. )^ t ,, 113ll :\ ,11 1:i l .\\ \ .l ..\ i11: I St $10 per Thou::a d. I .\' E I'()t "A.\ 1l. . Fine .1 .1'6. 1 1llW'o'.A'. - I'- E ' ' .I. . 1 . .. 1 1 I . : !" . " . , i E 1 .1 . , " -- ,. hilgar) i31-illr ind Coad iugiucr. C.i1... ( r, ,I . . Ii . . . y r ............ - "te . livrrlrl'i 1Irn J trh RliNU'l ÷. a F1.\F: `I 1l'11.1 , : , ah,,', . 1... r. tcher. - t - '1,.a .'a t " i .,e .1u i ' 11, o : -ain 'I I.' ,t li'i ii. l.," -t a I . s', , it ' , t the. I als l '.0i -i iittu I. 'ru1 11.ill i, " a te 1 il e :.1. tllvi. 'ii 'h . ii,, - etlar ryMea I.titte ;1,i" s." i " he. r ,,- ; iie .ha r c (' i. i , ',ll i t0 , ri.,i i ic r i lE l l l I Ladies Dress Goods. h III; L 1ioi Go o .il Seady Made er lothinga t t :, l,-l.t 1l .I c .I,,. .,i 1 pev I,'elllly 't Xoli_f tst no ic . at u mc a nd t al be r k, k.1 ' , tall. , Ic T . . 11i l.. i it i- , i-r t" Co v. Iatetighe, ,5t ginei , 18.8. br l ari vc:t: .,I-.ir , l l. a t",i ia l hto . 111 :' !, i -l1. 1J t , t', I" h 1 ,,, ,, ' t . 1 -, ' I, . )lt IreS I wi l h ;ti Is l olld 'r C o ' , "the i .. r. slugar .lill and giu orl e 1 . Uit l,er t n I tin-h. illl" or r l .Ilt"l ',lt.I. I:;l ui. eroils, I e.sIr os eIIien el i.v e t'. ,il l acts m lr e t u lar respect lb lIy e cit edr Pl t i tlching . E er s h itn. h VO' I('I ? TO .l 'ILII I.'.t .f .VI TlllF/,'.. the hect mr wixt hr promtness panpuctcual ,e ia aetr i, iod to trni-h I1r,11 Rt\Il.I(%l m VI.R L Li5 ndl., Etc. t;all ansI ne ' - " hnples. .au1 " .3 A. S 1'. 1)I/..II ,. .tr.. hi: . ha. k- t... hip n ! u recripoenq ias Wors, ior . pat nae h' r uo l' rcli ese ed. a til. le , i,, that ie w i iievieristh e to accoinil olad te tl l litr. bib line. lit e has Inow l nOed to the lare ainl ll m odri oul lillahe . at the ttrlir o r nl' \.ts all' Bank street where li ae h-ss a ,arge lo x o F1 in - niltie it e ery" kin0d. tery low pi l re S. lie also makes COFFINS oh erely style at the shortest notice. i- 't_ " i k a .M etallic Cl oifis su p tl , I as h ,tet- o forle. Splendid Hearse. Price moderate. ,ep I **.ty Base Reage, La. i 'rof xxNor of *P.eeie, I : ' 1110t iL lY< Iel' tit .u .iI; :,IIA T Iu . Ilv %%ot ^'tr 11, Ln :11! ~¼:1:1'al+ :11111 S i *I l t ( 1. * I t.i = .`!, .11 . .I. 1,11.1.1 :,ý!1 I,.cc llc il ,nt'111- I .1*.. ) 1I Ir .1 i.` .1 , Il/ f a t '.1 - r r1ý ."1" :.. 1 1 1 . 7.1 !1 '1 ~. JI" I :il"10 a ~laias ! s .t 1 :(l11:/t("i/ . ,/-\ 7'-c1l/'ll J:.Z. ` ll I te ,.1-t , Il~:. \ Rt ld the i'llt llr r lnc r i " 1. I; 1ic ' 1 :h1. i, eIitJ.1 iiio . ý It '."1 i .tl.i. ai. o S&ddlery and Hnarness 3 "ines I t I!1~. ii , . . "11 'm . _I I ý .. 1 . , 1.1 1U . ll"r Cjirri&r c iakczt-2X; oryc Carriz'ae C;imnming rEastabliaimcnt. Iii l i 1 .1,,. pC .ha a! t-1. dlr. I! ai , 1111 .Xt1 ; Ilt: jii:d ;eie i e rs,: iullCi-- i 'nii par'lr. Ilhooew aLnr And the Trsuunini and Fainrtinga of O~caria~es and 3oggies \ 1 li- . 1':1:11. 1 a 1 i-II isEI )i1. a a 1 1:II t iC. 1" .i'. 1; r I ' i. .111(1 ", Žý . . ,_ L L ;.I jl I.:t 1.11O 1 r.,th e. hlr ,ii "- awlss the I iii. ghe ? tit I IEmil. &-·. 111 " tl 1 h ll.r ..o U t hiti. lit i in' it . Ir d ,"I" I, raarlW t as I le w a.rl ng.1 i- a .1,;.."' 1 a I nn)I ;(uLI O Iii hth fit ratio inrofo ' I Iiir liiil I)a .! .01! i:"1. un; t', t l ca ICv Ioflif.se WAXE HLE I2O US61E FrrSradrdlery d Hae Cousinesu III. NItFII:SI(,NEI- have aasoaiat-dtruftl I Na l.-tadeil \ i , I . II - , o:: cL liii ii ii Ct/i? SIl):EL.I\ & JI.INIR\S. P F JIN\t\1i5. iiI·l·lr iii ;itiy reliable citizenl of the PaDriah I ,I , r 1 .a l. , . .de l31 1. Planters aned Mrchanlts. ýhe i Id.rs "it i - ^1"t one of th , oldest Coopers in h- I'ia.h. haira, . .omp.lti.d his arra otiem la. ald iiasing ptaaLhasei a large Stock of .m eteriate. is Cnw prrpsr ed t. urnmish Plantera. Merchansts and othrs. w.ith aajood an article of \ iOLAS8E H ?I;URj.IS aidl halr don. ma ci be mInuf1ctu1".1 \,CýC4 hut ci! ef aa I .x '."riiidc 1 w 0orkmen employ. tad, a at ilnae Litt ith !'et materials used. Iii. i~ iii i.'uI rLiaiiuidiiiiie SUG.IR HOGS. !hpii] i ir IS ,P~~ ""Ii hhtt i si aw l p earelr hrill 1,., 1ýi. life ..111:1 11`e (if eC, ~ slor P i. Spoil 1 a". 1.t- II I,". 1 . u r0 . I ~.o ;i t, 'IL ii .. it X !r:tia.i~r),; given satisfaction IUtal fiatuis II e aUsii i ata.1 lr biri tact endeavors to His shop a. licttall ei mlried r ansi Gle. andlther. Trmintinga thP alijog. N. 1;-,\oI . . urle "r.., , BI. bE DIT I"'i.ISiIEt'I EVERY S'.Ti'RDAY BY it W P. BRADBURN, b ED7'TOR .I.VD 1R)'IrIIETJR. ) a is SI ~H('itTIPI-N--r.r annum. Thr-e Doll:,ra t .-.tI t ll' -i. ,1I |1...1 . I ii i l ai Ine.- FnI.t DI-Illart per i ass s-m '1' no, t 1a:.: I ", the hI ne si tlll-crbhlll.-:. 11 AIVER'I'ISEMIENT S will he iunert-d at the a r.lht4 . " l I: r p il erI. u.r.' e ,It lsr.- . r-, r- It-- fr the fir-tr .. t Illt. (r'e1 t- folr eaT r. -il1.- tIlll.-rll t1 1 n. t I .: lI .Ir i- ,',..r- n1. ý 1 " Iorl !n i a ti4. r.. - orm I rih i t, .'N \('.(' 1I N C; . NI)II)AT .ES-T nDºTillart ' f, r :I ll i, - ' . . h5~ r. I.l. lll5. l. l'-- 1arnlhl) Iu ad%. ..C" aI OHI'T'" \1ut NOTIt''ES. nIo' 4cx".."l I t hlee or 10,n h, 1 ., will hit 'he rfhtlr t InI erl'T d witi oiul-tusha rg lit, I 5 . .rater Ii'ltngtlh .t.iI-lie ilasged :ald. n rted ,.` (Oti 1 I:K-Ca!"h on dclivery. The Convention ill. t i. _ :.i.!,',I" ,. 'l'h4. c nl"c tiu,, I n.i lixed l t h " I. x l', ---: t Iult thu t'e w4't'k'.I - , ti;.,- ',l,, d be lost ii s helecting r ' i:t ;,!, , litietu n.' as candidates for t S1 it i.';l'-' it'- i " ,e 1 ,'. p,,rju, , n ' !r a .'tille C'.ci)n . ii/ti. \\" i..l:. . 'The ,',lidition ~tf public, af- r rti,.. iti ,, pii ,,niolns ofil the (eneral t 1.1 uil tri. alld nds an expression of ti ins' .'ultlientlts lofl thil e p.'ple fI thi s l :-ta ,'t ,t 'r t'' , i , jc i , i-, ;ios 1. at" it etnattedl iv the Sell- t it,. al lI I ) .-'e o,,f i e rirst'ielltatives to" I teil' "ltat' Ifi litUisiala. inII General At stintly eC llt'olh'd, That inmmediately of- : tit trhi' pj.s.iage of this act, it hiall be I tihe' dutly tI the (Colvtrntr t, issue a pro e.it;tiit tol the I rifl's of thle several I aris hs, t dir1 etcting saitd Nll rit.s to is Sli writs l tl',iI tl is Ii' eil for i lectiOln i ,. ;l ates tlIt' it lrtale r t',lvt'tioll; said I Cl,,'t'ti ,i t-1 I,4. he t,! in the l it Januare y, l lill, :Intl Shall Lo. conducted in the Slit' nl:111:i Icr as is n,1 w %l rt'ih' sl by law C ttive. district- .d h:llt I . rent'itltd to the c sa,., numbmler of dhle;thates to said C1,n v'tllin as thte Isixv ral ptarish-.s and re- a Itt I ll -rs of thli use 1 15.of it' lresi nts 1tA IlC..4Vllt'Lt'e [tdl. I ii.l..L art, iid tt - te or It t , 4r1 t 1 ' hrl" ile II, tll. 4tle i" ct ill hi tlite. tif ttilit' 1.It.l' , lln the s it'ral sp ell it,' i ail ti. rl'Cts hall ' . t I ,e i tl er ill t ilt;e ;:same :! t ii " ,I" d1t' lgiatt' s a. they are tltll ('Lt, S1t .'li trbse illn ti' t"tatr Stenf tte. . .-'.,. -. . 1ii it fu thll r O le td , &a., hatai v rtltv fri tit, tir, .t ttl. wht , has at tlil:,:"d eh,' :I t If tw 'enIty-.nie v'tars, art a tit" 11 has i . it'l a relsihdent it f t1:`' State l twi lv'. mItotnthis next prec' dik "ln tilhe ele-tI ti'l g. :til Ll llast six li tiliths thereof in t thI' pt rislt inl wht lih ie tilt'rs to vote, I il1l ' il ii ts ill the titrL I As i t 1 "h,, .-hall be a citizen of Il the l-I w1:i .hns a ehll hily tinl'- rilt of vot- t in;C ,',odhell ,es i t' t said 'n, ventiol:' antd tVery [p,1" ,11 ,nlu lili,'d It vote for ti li", es t, said ('n,llveitiiol shailla be elhi.ibln ta, l seat in s ecil ( ,v1-ntilli. t Sr.,,. 4. rH it further e ;llacte,l, &e., That saeh vter shill desilnale onl his lilloit the tlane osr niat.as of tile tpersons I ,ttcd fr Ias ielehatest fr thie rsenattrial ditrlicti, aild this, vlted for t s delegates I for tl..il p ilt , or relpt'mes lhiltvl district, i as the else may be. 'lie return of dec 1 a ll shall tI le int e I r the a Ite lilll erl uad f;u, andlt witlhin the sale time as tIr on'll ' rs of til (:;lLial ._-'t1,n ily. ,i,'. '. lie it further enlacteld. &e.. Thiat the llegyarites rleted to said Con- I ventlii shall mnet at Biat'l lg 1ue, in 1 the C(ll ftal ht(l t t u o f ihle el ut'l-s, tives. atl twelve o'clol, oil thil e o3d 1f January, 1stl6. In case any piersotn I elct'ed to said Gi.lDentiop shall die, orti ri.,a new rlt ccti.in shall ibe ordered I,\" this Iovi rnto', to till the vacancy, in 1 (t14 ý,-nit (.-.Etter and t'orm, and within J t1 ,, n ;iI.i as is p.lr,,vtded lly law ft,r cis uo. .:.aO.c's iT. the .eIer.l its-e Leg. il ar, it further enacted, &c., Th tj ' Ir'iigahs to said Colinvean11ti11 .uis i.iniarensrtin to whici memlber Def e mber.thl Asleumbly iare now by ,h;. i. Fli i, further eyacted, &i., T..ia thJa nuar Ifth0,000 Te xald the .,te is (,eciy apprls riated out of ily iii ,v1 r in the TeeseiLig iolt oure (wispe cil rOriatlid, for the mnileata e alnd per Tin comlBnLation of the Delegatis, and for l te woorigent exldnss of aaid Convcltiol, and the. sae shall 1. paid educaed,' family. A Peep lnto the lank of agllaad. The Bank of England must be seen on the inside as well as ,nut, and to go into the inte'rir of this remarkable building, to observe the operations of an institution that exerts more moral and p litical power than any sovereign in :uEnope, you must have an order from the G, ernur of the Bank. The build ing occup,ies an irregeular area of eight Sacres i' L grolnld-llnl ediice of no archi tectural beauty, with not one window towards the street, Ibcing lighted alto getlier from the roof of tCe enclosed area. I was led, on presentitrg r;ay card of a,uission, into a private ro,,mt, where, after a delay of a few nu mnents, a mes senger came and conducted me through the migihty and mysterious building. D)own we went into, a room where the notes of the bank, received the day be e tore were now examined', compared with the entries in the look, and stowed i away. The Bank of England never is snes the same note the second time It receives in the ordinary course of busi r ness about £800,000, or $4,000,000, daily in notes; these are put up into : parcels according to their denomie a I tons, boxed up with the date of thei, reception, and are kept teln 'years; at I the expiraticon of which period they are 1 taken out and grounld up in the mill " which I saw runninig, ant made again into Ipape'r. If. in the course of theen: - ten years, any dispute in business, or f law suit should arise concerning the payment of any note, the bank can pro f- duce the identical bill. e To meet the demand for notes so con - stantly used up, the bank has its own ii lpaper-makers, its own printers, its own e- engravers, all the work under the same' if roof, a.,l it ev.qen iaskes the machinery d ,y which the most ,f its own work is , done. A comnlicated but beautiful e ,peranit iis a register, extending from t tlhe prinlitg ,ficet to tie banking offices, 1- which illarks every sheet of paper that is st nu:k oil Irvinl the press, so that the ., printers cannt nmanufl'acture a single º- sheet of blank note. that is not record e ed in the bank. i- On the: same principle of neatness, - a shaft is made to, pass front one apart o ment to, another, connecting a clock in , sixteen business wings of the establish I- ment, and retarelatin~ them with such e precision that the whole of them are al e ways potinting to the same second of time. 1i anuthle' room was a machine, exceedingly simple, for detecting light t- gold coin. A row of them is dropped Stine by one upon a spring scale. If the e piece of gold was (of the standard weight, the scale rose to a certain height, and it the coin slid off upon the side of the , box; if less thani the standard, it rose a- a little higher and the coin slid off upon the other side. I asked the weighers I: what was the average number of light er coins that catne into his hands, and, Sstrangely enough, ihe said it was a ques tion he was not allowed to, answer, The next room I entered was that in is which the notes are deposited which are is ready for issue. tl "We have thirty-two millions of 's pounds stealin, in this room'" the officer tremarked to m ; will you take a little - of it ?" I told himnt it would be vastly "r agreeable, and he handed me a million t. sterling, ($5,000,000) which I received º. with many thanks for his liberality, but Slie insisted on niy depositing it with i- him again, as it would hardly be safe it to carry so much money into the street. i- I very much fear that I shall never see ,f that money again. In the vault beneath ii the door was a director and the cashier, or counting the bags of gold which mayt 4 were pitching down to them, each bag i containing a thousand pounds sterling, Sj 'st from tCe mint. This world of mon r ey seemed to realize the fable of easterh s- wealth, and gave me new and strong impres ions of the magnitude of the ., business done here, and the eaxtent of en the relations of this one institution to r the commerce of the world. RamArTroRv.--A week or two since a man named Straight, of the firm :.of Straight & Deming, Cincinnati, wia madce to leave Alabama in a hurry, e Saccount of giving utterance to Aboli Stion sentinments. We believe that Abo lition documents were also found upon i his person. The occurrence had passed id fromn our mntind but was recalled last e evening by seeing a large quantity of id cheese, buckwheat flour and other ar ticles sent to the levee by one of our largest Front Row businees houses. On inquiry we learned the artieles had bee* senit to them to sell on commissiom, bet rd thle hluse in question refuaed l hm .snythling furthert to do with the Cini-, nat ti ltn, anll shipped their good'bsank a, to Cimnci:mnti.-;MeatpAi Asadse . in ----- : = --1 e Ho- U Naws rOMx Ai.ADe'- 3 ~ c. Courier gives the following paragraph " under the head of "laooniot:" it- "Thle following brief but eprueslV " message was spnt to an abShestisti Augusta, a few days since :--"Lssues igt or Ang as ksl" Th" Jona re scoundrel left immediately, mlttaeg 1 to himself: "I'll be hanged if I stay is such a placs.