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NEW SERIES.-VOL. 3, NO. 49. PLAQUEMINE. PARISH OF IBERVILLE. LA., JANUARY 19, 18t(. OLI) SEIS-VOL. 13. NO. ProrpFEIsEPSV.IL ~IRaDS. AMWES L 0013, Adttorsne at Law, WTILL practice in the Courts of the Sixth Judicial District, and the Supreme Court of Louisiana. (J Post-office address-"Plaquemine, lber- t .ille, La." felb4-ly BEMJ. N. DEBLIEUX, flttersey at Law, Plaquemine, 1ierrille Parish, L.ouisiana, W ILL devote his whole attention to the prac tice eo their profession in all the Courts of the Sixth Judicial District. j·1 DAVID N.BARROW W N.W. POPE, Plaquemine, West Iaton Rouge, 1berrille, La. i Baton Rouge 1'. U., La Barrow t Pope, .aulesseWs mud C.e amIr r.5 LOWr, W ILL practice their profession in the parish es of West and East Baton Rouge. Iber ville, Point Coupee and West Feliciana; the Su preme Court of Louisiana, and the United iStates District and Circuit Courts at New Orleans. _ anyl-ly OSCAR LAUVE, attorey "t "svw, Will devote strict attention to the practice of his profession in all the Courts of the Sixth Ju dicial District. Offieee with Zenon Labauve. apt4.-l . 8. ILLES Aftterey at Law and Justice of the Peace, 5Ofee on Main street. _ . eaug6 Joseph Hotard, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, (03s s0Ne as Zne's I,ekure, Esq.,) jy6e]. PLAQUEMIS., LA. -- - @ » 4 s. BRIs glterssey at Law, Tyler, Smith County, Texas, W 1LI practice law and collect claims in the counties of Harrison, Panola. Itl.k, Smith, Wood, U pbur, Cass. and Marion, and in the Fed eral and Supreme Courts at Tyler. my26 W. I. HAMILTON, Attorney at Law, Will practice in the District Court of Iberville. A share in the business of said Court solicited. TrAddress Clinton, La oce6 i. GOURRIER, surreVer D CliU Englueer, Baton Rouge, La. W ILLattend to calls in the Parish of Iberville nfo surveying lands mapping. Plantations, levelling, measuring cas and levees, dranght ing architectural designs, c. nov24 MiL 1. U. DIEAjR3M, H AVING located himself about five miles be low the Ferry on the opposite bank of the river, in Iberville, ofers his professional servi e-n to the citizens of the parish on that side. j..30 r.u. SaAW**a JOHN NEAL. MallNS A JLNEAL, HOUSE PAINTERS, GLAZIERRS -AND PAPER RANGERS, santi PLAQUIEMINE. LA. " 5.3. SOLAZI H-AS jst reteredftnm Ne Orleas, bringing a large and well assrted stock of Gr|OriCS, of all kinds. Al, jast treeived from 8,. Loui*, a let * Ploar-extra and seperfae. lard, aes amer Btter Sof fast qaliy. As it is my intemtion to keep o bhand a full supply of everythingie my lime, a call is solicitd from my old frieads sad castew ws. Stem opposite Nicol's. . mylst-tf WM. H. POLAON, House, Sion and Ornamental Painters, and Imitators of Wood and Mar be. Paoer Hntring and All d ea t heam possible terms; sad p·vouOd smkc vbeaid , he e7 the Barfdr Shep. NICOtId BLEIR srepecrfully informs disedsri udthe publme tat be still con tia d U sma es MaYis s rnet, adjeiaiag kiO Ih Tailwr spand Wise tonm, where le still purses fAVIIG and HAIR CUT TIem e. CUPPr I when alled upoin. a hLAsER B3o0., Nest sad asemak-rsl The business heretofore csred m by B. Gaiaza, will deeted i. fetu by the anda stad l a ba rsteot, North of ba ssa and eai ve to please the r ota egau t miea is whch thek r w idres wiln merit thei t eastised peting of their aends ael ta m lide. P. 3 We shell beo this dease oshead a3e ad ee a, r Take this laEs theak tis 4b the5! ad Seaer e m b i IAl 4el tat be will dease his ,,.k a ~ t afa -,r pear~eio and k ml datty, polat S~~k cI*7rCt Qlcl~l~ 0 I a MISCELLANEOUS. THE undersirned would re spectltully announce to their friends and the public geneally. of that they have just purchased the Coffee-house andl fixtures formerly kept by Plail lip Heelein opposite the steambo at landing: and i having been to considerable expense in paper- lis| ing all the rooms so that theyv are neat and pleas aoIt. and hasing the best brrald's of Liyurj's ad Vislea to be had in New (Orleas. and turtter. pledging ourselves to spare no pains to pl:as, all who call to see us. weshall expect a small share of the public patronage. L ttoE t:F F I. TURIN & SEIPPLE. -a CHAKgLi svitrPt..) Or Plaquemine. May 19. 160. j The Itainbour. SOLOMON FREY pres.elts his comp!iments T to his friends and the public, and respectfully informs them that he has opened in the huilding on Main street, formerly occupied by Stockley & Delsvalla le, a I Coffee lonuse and Lager Beer. Saloon, where good liquois and good beer can be had. and where lie howes his old patlont and the public will call and see imn. sep15 Rhline 5|Pine. The undersigned would say to hIas friends and to the public geuterally that he has just receised a new sapply of tt White and Red Ithine Wine. of a quality touch Pt' superior to that received last year. The public su may rely upon this wiune being the true and ac- th tual juice of the gaspe. as it came Ifrom the vine- II yards on the Rhine. ('all and try it. augll GABRIII.L BIEIILER code oeuse, Boarding Mouse, Liv ery $tab MAURICE MA J TNFORM1S his friends and the Ipublic generally, that he has opened his new house, on Bank I street, since the 4th of July, where he is finely rituated to accornam date Boarders and transient visitors. on reasona ble terms. His table shall always be furnished se with the best the market affors. ire His COFFEE HOUSE will always be sup- be plied with the beat of Liquors, W'ane, Lager te Beer. &c. hr He hb,s a BILLI %RI) TABLE kept in a se- pa parate room from the Barr, handsomely fitted upI. )i IlisSTAIILEcaanot be surpassed; and all an imals entrusted to his care shall meet wath the C, most diligent attention. He confideatly hopes that his old friends will - not forget him. Planters and others trom the co mntry will have their horses and bugges'proper ly taken care of at all times, and as good adinuer and wine as the town afford, lotr themselves adl friends. . sepl) Court House Exchange. ea Dasvict Zaery. AVING purchased out the interest of his H partner. will continue to carry onl the at business at the old stand, where he will always re have Geed hiq eras to and Plne Lager. ,r Thankful for past patronage, he trusts to re- di ceise a gs,ntinuance of the same from his old Iriends antl the public .n generrel jy21 ANTHONY ASTrREDO'S OYSTER SALOJN, RESTAURANT, 0l S No. 10G oyal Street, Next door to the Post Office, NEw Oa.Lass. Oysters in B errels or Cans, Pickled or Spiced. . Fruit and Nuts of all kinds, wholesale and re- 1 tail. Always on hand a full supply of all the luxu ries of the season. Meals served in New York style. " City and country orders put upon the shortest notice. ap21-ly O OYSTER SALOON: The undersigned would respectfully inform his friends and the public generally that P his Oyster Saloon is now in --full blast," where t Oysters are served up in every style. Also Game andt other Luxuries, including "Ironsides Gumbo," and Gumbo, of ev- a ery other description; Soups. Roasts. Stews, Frys, 1 Broils-Salmon, Lobsters, Sardines, he. &c. Desmerais ad Delicacies; I, and WINES and LIQUORS of all kinds, and of the most superior quality. Give me a call. novl2 H. LEBLANC. a i Sldess die O tee lue. I d erlyding Hose and yster Sal am. - This Colee Hous, Boarding House , Saud Oyster Saloon, formerly kept by B n Antooio Bragliono. at the corner of Bank and Villier streets, will be opened by the Sumadersigned on the 5(the December 1860. when he will always keep Good Liasnor, a Good Table ad theo Freshest Oysters. Hs friends and the public gaierally are reaspeetfully invorited to call andjodge fir themselves. Their patronage is so ited, sad will be highly appreciated. aov24 LOUIS PRATOLONGO. Irn amid Wobcco Store. ru •odrsignsd mepeetfally informs his friends aad the pablic genrality of laervilkl Sthat he hs opened a Store in Plaqemiane, ad olmign L mUld Kobea Feasy Day Goods Store, Sforthe a- rmm~uSm s Sale at Segars. u and also to keep .nstamly e head the besat IMPORTED ,EGARS. SHe wil also keep tLe bst quality of k CHEWING AID SMOKING TOBACCO By always keeping os bead s eaeelleat stock - of the above, he bhopes to reeeive a liberal share t of public patronage. saug6 GUSTAVE NEDIT. Jewelry -........Jewefry. d 11 have jest received san addition to our ] S tV stock of Jewelry, which is noW large and Sva Every asrtiele sold by us bs warnrted . as repseasted. If sot represemnt. we will is always take the goads bek and ened th .mo s ay. T· OKLEC & DELAYAL [E.T . a (UTIKRY-A new end beautiful as at ortmen t aet Poe e ives jist reeived as _ fras be w by B. A. EIARNYr Fenmale SvmiaEn arI. A SCHOOL ltr YouIg Ladies wnll he opened ill Plaquiemine on the 1st of ()tobL'r next. at the residence of Sths II. KIts. T'ine Musical I)rli rtmenit is under th.e charge of Miss H Ru.s. The .las-es w i be tanght by the Principal. aidedl by competent ass'istar st. SThe t.,Irse o1 studies wltl lie complete in ILng lish and French and it h.-r branches of Edeat 'on. For tither paiticular. apply it t,,he P 'n'i ,.,l. sepk.a-ly .11IRS. P. JUIFL. ASSORTEID SYRUPS. L-mnon, Strawberry. BIatana Pine Apiple Vanilla, Rasplerry, (Oranie, Rose. Orgeat, Gro, eille, Gin:,r. Nat !ral. jelit 't tiCKLLE , & D)LAVAt.I.AlIL) At $10 per Thousand. I HAVE FOR SALE, Fine .1 .1o. 1 BiRICK.. tI .y14 '1HEO. BI.AN(H.\RD. i ; F. L.IaGLEIZE, Fasacy Bakier tud Cosflectionler, P ISIPECTIFLLY inilrms families anid othelrs of Pi aqultnine an!d Iler- t tille, that lie is at :i Il iines p,: pare I to ltirtiish parties with (',ike ii 1 C, tlit l ' t,, yl,'y it every st)l . and manuiarclicll in a i;mannier not er surpassed any wihere. He will lurinishasy thing re that may be trquired1 iii his line at1 the shortest ca notice, anid lo the nOst reastonable lenns. Iakery at the coetirl of Batik and Uleaud streets. my l2 Stews-ar-t's Ntenan RCerfiHed d C.I.DIE. Pt" JIU<T RECEIVEIt. by steamship Cahawha, a FINE SP('PLY of the ablve ('ANI)IES .SI j.i tI')OCKLEY & DEI.AVALLAIE. New Butchery. SThe unilersigned respectfully informs the public that he has' pt.chis-d the old and C well known Butchery of F. iinth. and that he intends to kee*p his stall well supplied w ith the best of Blee. Mutton. Polk. &c. By a satlit at teitlon to his business in the above respect, lie hopes to have a share of pubili patronaz:. and partlcula*ly the patiolnae of .Mi. Smnlt's old custom' rs. P. 2. The carts will run as usual down the Coas, and to the Park, decl3-ly IBERTRAM BEYRIS. t HAASE BROS. Ladies Dress Goods AND Planstaliosa Goods they particular;y call attention to. as also their extensive mtock of Ready MIade Clothing. They will tot pretend to give a i-ti of their stock in the cotmplass of ai advertisement, but t s request all who are in wanlt of Clleap Goeds, to give them a call. as they feel fully satisfie,. ,hat purchasers will not go away from their store iaissatistied. joc231 HAASE IIROS. Mallright, Engineer, &c. fpHE tund+esigned. flat;erii:g hitisell that he I 1. is favorably knownll throllitnlut the <tate ash a MILLRIGH I' AND ENGINEER. would re spec: fully announce to the Sugar Plante-s awl e others, that he is pripared to conutract to I;il I Sugar Mills and Engines of the best build and finish, of any size requited, and warranted in every case. Contracts lor next year respectfully solicited. . OTICE TO BIfILIDERSA.4ND OTIHERS. He is prepared to furnish IRON RAILINGS. VERANDAIIS, &c. Call and see his samples aug25 A. ST. DIZII.R. it ANTHONY WILIIERT, a CABINET IAkKI. Takes this method of re turning his thanks to his oll y friends and customers for the I I I at patronage heretotore received. and asures them re that he will ever strive to accommodate them in his line. lie has now moved to the large amid commttodi r- ous building at the corner of Fenn's Alley and a, Bank street where he has a large stock of Fur niture of every kind. Old Furniture taken in exchange or repaired at of very low prices. He also makes COFFINS of every style at the shortest notice. - yFak's Metallic Cofins supplied as hereto . fore. Splendid Hearse. Price moderate. sep4 Tb S~ugar Planters. The Star Bagassc Furnace. PateNe 1.8th uner3, 1111. te Never Kusowa to Fall I II DARTIPF wishing to purchase the right tose I . I please apply to EVAN SKEILY. --ALSO ThLe Wed or Coal Farnacc, is for either IIOILERS or tUGAR KETrrLES, SPatentes December 21st, 18568. - I Numeeros kferenaces given. Apply as * above. ap7 SOUTRURN SENTERPRISE MACHINE WORIS. iJHE undersigned would respectfully inform o Planters. Machinists. Engineers and the public in general, that they have opened a M A SPHINE SHOP sad are now ready to execute ia r the beet manner with promptaessand punctual. it, any kind of afrass s Drmt lasu',a Verging sad coffer Umintur. 8pecial attentioe will be given to building r BOILLI8 and repairing all manner of STEAM d ENGINGS, MILLS. GINS as Uo her Machinery. S All deecription of Brass Works for Engines ed l other Lpurpa eithsroo hand or mSqde toonler Building Meateriala ad steam Emgines of froo Ibthree to One Hundred and Fifty IHorse Power, - famibed at shaort notice. 15 DsLACROIX. DROZGREY & CO., SCoevedtioS seat, ibetwee Thid and Main, esl-ly Baess RLui, La. MIISLI:LL, A EO.i)US. ..BIEIILER nBRO.. MER('.I ILVT TAILORS, Ilave lust received the most s,,it Ii st 'k kf Good sr Go , tlemten's Fall and LWinter Coats, Vests and Pants, thate was ever brllght to this market. S'..ing is I Wli tvitig." Th'ey thank the lpublic for its supp, t hitherto. a, il w l en!rator sil ito lie swo'ir v 01 it. TO' their ull :ii d plm,.ial cIInuornrr.s they ..IV the -t usua, l It :" iIt. ('da' .It 1he wi -ial 1. IIn)o 10 M" 1 iMAD. DURAI'JD, Fancy' Dress .Plaker. - J r;. si all ih.sesrp'rr ins of fl i/nit .t/al - lTI . l. I)I ,t AMIt t nt I ,,-,I , ti.er ,mnipliens ht o I . i 11," l , ý. I ll .., 1i e , ,,,- ll, , 1h 11 - - . II. ll e. ne i-r t n it fr l ire l t -w.l r l . l .P, m ,N'. Jn7., h I - ite KINl r&r. &s.., ,arc I, - to ri o. o' tal t it IhI, sh h ral patr~,uxn'," 1, It.h ,o I , .strand u.poni her. ti ll,.r reP i n,| h o r ,e it-nlr" .--la i i tu - t i l, -,' :,t 1 , It - , e riter nI c I furl it iar Iiik , i 1 l i.ii e I l'lilaln h ii- it pidl hai Mr i..t rm. a ,,r . ii 7 1rr .E I+ N.IDD-L+, - .-Yo.D fi SITs I warnatcr stt bAiliSlaUlent. io -i- .Iin, ,n '. nr estl the citize a II i rb ren ill and Vet Blaton w h uge. tha he has ag ,in rotu ed to Plaq eenlllle. Vlllt the int ti usl i. 1o caliing himseil Itermalently, to carry on the d laddlery and Barness Business IN ALL ITS alrANit'llc:1S. Those in want of SADI)LES. H.\RNEd+, or s any article of PL.ANT \I ION GEAI:IN; , will b lind it to hleir interest to give him a cll. belore i purchasing elsewhere. cSho.p oil Main street. lower story of the Old "' Masonic Hall. sh24 A. W. SCOTT. CDrrii;so and 'arno'i a teanufiaotory e AtI) cr n I Carriage Trimming astablishment. SCUSTAVIE RlNGW ALID,i Successor to ('uAKLEv V.i1r & Co, at the old 1 t stand of .\. aW. Suorr 1 Reslpectfuilly int'rm the ipeople t Ilwr,,leand West l Baton e I}.F.. Rouge tlhat having purchased outB the Intlesrt of hls partner. lhe in tilrd etarls ila on t the i e, ltille of busiole f, such at. th,: t ariula actr ll o i alt kindis ofi Saddlew and Hlnrlll c And the o'trimminl and Painting of OCarriages and Baggies. And everything kept in a similar establishment. S N. B.-No Itepalrindone onl CREDIT. IPlakuemine. N. atr aIth. 1i-9. ly , FOHN WH.ARao, Jr., ': it OtVorker itn Tiu, Copper, Sheet Iron, Lkc. .P il ESPECTi CLt.Y ita l,trms the citizens of i e located hImsel permaneit y ti Plaquemine, . -ir t Ih Ipurpose ot carn y og on the abute busile's. ; a Ipun'ctual attenltion to all work ennlusted to him. and execuhtin It in a proper au I workman e like manlner. and atmoderate ales. he Irllu"Is that She will receive a Iporto of the dpatrouage of our C citizens. -hop in the rear ot the butiiaig own ted 'ay Emile Degelos. corner of .Main aid lesee ' I aticeta jy 4-ly dt WAREHOUSE. d. Forwarding andt Conimalsf sion Business. Stem tmboat iLandLng. adj,,itinig the Pt,st afOjfire. THE UNI)ERISIGNED have associateld hem selves together. for the purpo-e of doing a general Forwarding anld C'omttmi-ion Business. We wtll also Collect Moune, due the nmer chants. andi business men. of the North, Ea-t and West. All businless intrusted to our care ill be promptly attended to. IIEELI'IN & JI:NNINGS. in PHILIP H KELEI, P E. JENNINUS. Ii- ll Refer to any reliable citizen of the Parish nd Iberville. La. dec3al rr t NOTICE, To Plasters and Merchants. Bh11B EL ! 1A11h1L ! ,a The undersigned. one of the oldest Coopers in the Parish. haying completed his arrangemts. and naving purhased a large Stock of .deteriala. is now prepared to furnish Planters, Merchats and others. with as good al article of MOLASSES . B ItRELS and balf do, as can be manufactured. None but old aad experienced workmen emploay. ed, anl none but the best materittis u.sed. He will also manulacture SUGAR HOGS HEADS or all who leave their orders in time. His old friends end customers will please give Shim a call. His work bhaving heretofore iven setsafaction to his patons, he will use his beat endeavors to please alr who call upon him. His shop is located between Villier and Gre and sis. fronting the Bayou. aa3S-mh6 FREDERICK UAGGE. Horse She iP. SBERNARD MARKS RPSPECTFULLY informs his friends and the publie is general that having i purchased the interest of Mr. ensedy in his Blacksmith hop, on the corner el Meai and SGreaud streets, he will in future carry on busi nes at that plee, on his own aceoest, and A. arous to reo-ive a postion of the public patron DIRkCT IMPORTATIOW -OF S lAVIAWA OZOARSU I T are in receipt of a small invoice of gV WEAVANA CIGAJ3 imported by our r selves. These we eau sell at New Orleane pri see. We can farniash our cetomers with the H GENUINE WEED at 35 per thousand e akonthing very good at 40, as good as we coeld or, sell heretotofore at $50. By next steamship we shall receive a large invoice. SCall. examine and judge for yomurselver jo0 STOCKLEY & DIJELAVAIJADE 11ISC ELLA 1N I:'US. )S JOIHN BI9N ING, Prol'esvor of .Plusir, P , Ilhan s,,jurnintg awhile it, our tow ii the purln.,i ofI d.vo'igll4 hi. 111" to the, duties of bhi 1po0 lie w iI give ics ~~on on all ' Br;an.e ;asd slring Iastrnsnenats. He will also tune Pianos. in a style rccond to Al no oile. i Ali the se da"ironl of takiing lesnns ono any it. ,trn aaients. of the 1, lscriipnon .iabove alluth iI t, or II whoesti waishes his atllendalnce to tiie a I'tlnoi wall pIase Bite soth ltl ace to. or leaate their ,lret'ti,, at the shop, of Bthel ler Bros. nov 17 " I. S. .!ula! Line, fiETV:ENE 'I.tA. CI:LtItI AN1 cIIlIII"NliS '. .J(' ' The -team prope.ler VIRl.VIA.i B , ti '.i i .tI' M Li.i:I'apta a l. will hat e l 1't..,.niae. carr'aln tlhe mail. every Tu'Ie'sdlay tharin,'. at 6 o'c.ack prcisaely-aid aetuuliint. leas e ('iarrutoa ,,very Waldesday .Morning at 6 o'clock. andl arrais aat l'laqual:lne the same ,.ay. Le.ave l'la emiie agantaon Satur.day morn-t ing at 6, and have t halianton aga a ran Uon'unday S oll r arllii. il at oclo Ik. coellll ,t tng wilthte Ilb rville i i Batoln Rou aIo"d 1Ba ayo. :ata-l alnd with the SI. Mary I' l.- ankht amit New I tesa. i'Shippes ~. ,il ple,-e see that their Ireight is ona board the hont the ra a tllg I:re ianus to0 her H deparlure.-Fo Iurihe Iparticulars apply to w ,dec2 j. M %1cWil.IAIS & CO. TI .ILLE.V'S Improved Stlbble Shaver. i A number of the above important arlticle, o tr ia useful in facilitatln- the culture of the kiugar cane.-invented by.,. A Lt.v v.anml perfected by "he undler'iglled-has been mauilacluied and it is tinow on hand for a.le in New OrisaaIs by H ;GEO). W. SISElt, corner of Camp and PI'ydras, o Agent for the sale of the machine in that city. Ji The undersigned has upwalrd o severrnty certi ficates finm the best plaute r- in Louisianla. who Il have witnessed the operations of the Stubbe ill bhaver in various scis; and there can be no I qu-stlo)is of tile fact that it tieets-aild tully r itmetls-all the requirements andI deei!heratumns that could lbe i,-eedad or desired for perterming b cleanly, ne atly and perfectly the work for which ti at was inveiteid to perlfru. and in whlih per- . tl:ttanc, it dtn.s the laitr of at leastjftcar.tareds rati the hine ! It will al-o shave trom ''5 to ,it) acres wibhout sharpetning. '1 he price asked for Ir them lsiii be foundl to be surpiisingly small con sidlerini the Ipric Ipaid Ior their manullacture. b Planters wanting the Stuladr Sharae will please address GEUO. W. l:llK. New Orleans or to oct 13 A. ST. DIZI ER. I'laqucminie: a Or to J. M.cWL.mA. It rZVZZT 5WA3SLs. i 'The Undersigned resd a IFprcettlly inform the public, ' that haviug purchased and re- 1: moved to the Livery Stablr If formerly ow'sned and occupied by Sam'l. McFad-* din. and latterly by Ira Orcutt, on h Main street inll the town of Plaque mine. andl having adlded much to it l.f iin the way of fine Ilorse and Bilgges. they I are prepitosed to carrv on the LIVERY STABLE BUSIN I "S in all its branches. Horse. and Vehicles of almost every kind, rea dy at short notice. a Fainny Catriagessupplied. f Cuastomers can tely upon having their Horses , well led andl taken care of. Give us a trial. t We also have line large Lots lor the accom modatiota of dros eta. JAMES BARKI'R, ii syl-ty J. P. MARIONNEAUX. a .I.YVTJ CL US BEBD 3 Quarters is at STOCKLEY & DE- s - L.\AVl.AI.DE's, whIere will Ie found 1 Sa hlrg;e sttock of everlythiilg in the 1 Faltcy lint', c,atsisting in part of I TOYS! TOYS! TOYS! a I11.NA GOODS! sutch as-Vases, Candle LJ stick., Poederhas-s, To,,ilt Set*, Cologne hbttlra, Cups and Saucers, Miugs, Match boLes, t CiLgar stalrd,a. and a fine stock of ITea and Cuoee a at-s far chihlren. 0().1, in BIltll Ivory. Butin and Ilor. CARD CASES. ian Shell and Ivory. I'OK I'E MON.AIEi. a larg- stack of all kinda. EGAIAIt CA'-E a 6fi variety. MEEILtRIltUM I'IPES, very fine h c(U I'Lt.Y, reat Jus Rmute'r's Knives & Raora BAC'KGAH AIOtN & CHESS BIOARI)S. GOLD PENS and L'ENCILL. BOOKS, a fiue aaeortnrtt fur jlveniles and grown folka, a number ut new ipubltcattls, Bibles, Hvynnbooks, &c. BRUII4HE.A, liair. Cloth, Hant and Tooth. PAPIER SIMACHE, Work Boles and Writing LI eeks. JEWEL-KY. atl kinds, all at crisis prices and no charge for showing ifyon don't buy.1 n CANDY, a large stock of the beet kinds. d FIRE WORKS, all kindsa tther, written Are s Ecrackers and Toreedoee. c EATABEEJ, such as Batimore Oysters, Pre S aerves, Fresh ore is case, Freah i Penit iin can, Fresh TomUtoes in cea, Bnarninee, Libstees t ,kllnmd, Fremch ipatea and Pcklea. ad a little feeaery Ihing that is gount in the way of eat lales or rinkablhtes. e- IVCell and eaanmie. re dectS S1ckley & Delvahlmk. IIaqueaae law Mill. E1W FIrIM. e R. ERNEST HEBERT, having purchased ,1 out the interest of J. BDr. CLAtDE. in the Saw Mill on Bayou Plaquemine. in the town of Plaquemine, the thim, from the ld day of March, will be known by the name, and conducted as der the irm of A HEBERT & J. B. MAILULO, and the patroage of the public f the sws aad parish is respectftilly solicited. tr"They uill endeavor to keep a regular ep ply of Ldheer ea had, of the beat descriptin, at all times, which they will dispose of at the rn Sliag ree, and on the most accommodatin terms. d IIEBERT & MAILLO. - M aren 10,1840. _ _ E. BURBAROIX, successor to Barbaroux & Snowden, LOLISVILLE, KY, AMIANUFACTURER of Engites, Circular Saw of Mills, Portable Steam Engines. Mill Ma. r chinery, and Worker in Sheet Iron, Copier ad i. Bras, and every thing else in their ioe, at their a Hdraulie Foundry and Machine Shop, lenis vid "K'e uodersignd has full powers eAgeat for the above Works, and will attend punetually to the wants and orders of plnters and others in Ibervile and West Bato Rooge. He hopes to receive a poeation of their patronie. yS A. Ir. DIZIER, Agenpt. PULlEI) EVERY sA'T1rtR.IY UY W. P. BRADBURN, EDITok A.D PI'I:OI'PRIETOR. ,r Fmt l5%. SI'BSC(RIPTIO)N--Per anonim. Thre Dollars ad t"d ly I. ' t. ii ,El as.li vanc. --F,,e Dollars per 111111 lllif o Ir t I the mp ishl I su' il.-erllll . ADVEIRTISEl.N'.'S will he inlerted at the SaGtr, olor 11.111,11 p+-r op, t.1 til t hro hlui I;r limn) fll o the fir-[.anut Y'itI I'r al- frf r. ,.r t ion. -lii-,' rti lulel t lhberal t..Ult Iou l. l.wever.ltl ihtl.t r ati* wI ll e mII d. oi llvrrtlm-. tall'l -i11-t1 t I fr Ir. i 11 a.,., tl l.lrmot ANNOUNCIN(; C'ANDI I)ATES-Tei Dollars f,r "Ill ,It I". i. r is Illl ll aa --l ilarulyli 111 advateIu OBIIT'Il \Y NU)' TI'(ES. Inot exreedtlng thlee 11 fIour in" n , will I,, l he.r(l' I. inlllllad 01 IIIlOutlslar~e b I I.'.e u ,raslter l.0tll wall be charge.d ai advertise J.l(OB VOlK-Cash on delivery Pioneer Life in Califorila-TWerrible Encounter with a Grtszly Iear. AVe find the ' ,llhwinlg account of a terrille adventure with a grizzly bear in the Jacksonville (Cal.) Senhir d : A Uerinan namend William Brahmar, living on Rogue river, twvo Iiles below Bethel's Ferry, had a terrible adventure with a grizzly bear on the morning of Thlursday of last week. lie was out hunting, accompanied by his two dogs. Wlheln about two miles fronm his cabin, inll the woods, his dogs started upon the track of sonimc animal, whicll they traced to a clunmp of brush. Here they halted, and stain commenced barking violently. Btrahmar, thinking that they had discov ered a black bear, hastened to the spot. Just as he came in front of tile stump of an old oak-tree a grizzly came charg nig toward him with jaws wide open, growling and snorting. Our hunter raised his rifle, quickly aimed at the brute's head, but before he could pull trigger tlhe bear was within a few feet of hima. Instantly he lowered his piece so as to hit the minonster directly ill the nouthi, ant d pulled. The cap snapped. In a momIent, quick as a flash, the bear rose upon his hind feet, catched Brahmar's right arm between his teeth, and with his tfore-paws forcibly threw his victim to tile ground. Before letting go with his teeth, the grizzly had torn the great muscle of Brahmar's upper arm almost entirely away, thus comple tely crippling him. But the plucky fel low reached for his knife with his left hand. The effort was vain, and mean while the hear was biting and tearing his limbs and flesh fearfully. With great presence of mind Brahmar then, as a last chance for escape from the clutches of his assailant, cried out for his dogs. They answered to his call, happily, and at once set to in worrying the common foe. Finding himself thus unceremon iously attacked in the rear, the grizzly turned, left Brahmar, and commenced battle with the dogs. The lacerated man took advantage of this diversion, and, gathering all his energies, rose to, his feet, ran for about two hmadred yards, when he fell exhausted and lay panting, awaiting reaction of vigor.- lThe dogs and bear continued fighting. The loss of blood and the severe pain of his wounds began to tell on Brahmar, yet he managed to creep and drag his way to his own cabin, which he reached in two or three hours' time. The bear had tracked him for a part of the way, but was kept froth close approach by the faithful dogs. 8ome men happened to be at the cabin when Brahmar arrived, and while some of thenm attended to him, the rest went in search of the bear. lie had made good his escape, and the dogs, apparently n well contented to let him alone, had re ' turned to their master's cabin. Dr. Brooks was sent for, and on Friday he I dressed the wounds that were serious d or severe. On Monday Brahmar, was r brought to town, and is now at Dr. Brook's hospital, where we saw him on Wednesday, and received from his own lips a sketch of his fearful adventure. His btody is bitten and lacerated terrn b bly. lie has over fifty wounds in all I twenty-eight of which are quite serious. More than two punds of flesh has been torn'from his right arm, and the great muscle is quite gone. From head to - heels he is mangled. Brahmar says that the bear was about six hundred pelnb weight I- The Rusione Government is tak Sing measures to re-plople the Crimes, . ad have already sent there a good Smany families from the Government of SKoursk. Tihe colonization of the coun Stry on the Amoor is also advancing. WIWhen a man wants .mone or m Ssistance, the World, as a rule, is very obliging and indolent, and lets him - wantit. r ll Charles Kean ihas annomneed hlb purpose to visit the United States net Sautumn, preparatory to take a ial . leave of the stage. ir Hon. David Hubbard, the Com Smissioner from Alabama to Arkanusau, t was at little Rock on the fIth nIt. in W The great French dramatist, to Scribe, has an income of'I85,000 a year, the fruit of his literary lahbors.