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NEW SERIES-VOL 4, NO. 4. PLAQUEMINE. I'AllSH ()O IHBER'ILLE. LA.. 1IARCII 9, 1861. OLD SERIES-VOL. 14 NO. 16.
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BEVJ. N. DEBLIEUX,
Jttornse at Law, rr
PIlaquemie, Iberrille Paris, Lotiisiawa, f
W ILL devote his whole attention to the prac- i Ihe
Stice o their profession in all the Coltls of Ct
he Sixth Judicial District. je43 lip
tAVID X. NARWo, tr. w. pors, ha
pylaqveiine, Wst Baton Rouge, 'n
Iberille, La. Bates Rouge P. U.,La al
Barrow P Pope, ph
flterasels end (oasselre as ese , W,
WTV ILL practice their proleseon in the parish
V es ot West and East Baton Rouge. Ilber
ville, Point Coupee and West Felicians; the Su
preme Court of Louisiana. and the t'ni'ed States
listrict and Circuit Courts at .ew Orleans.
AttorseT at Lrww,
Will devote strict attention to the practice of &
his profession in all the Courts of the Sixth Ju
dicial District. I
M ewth Zenon Labauve. apt4-ly be
.. Z. -ES S,
Atleraey at Law and
Justice of the Peace,
+TOe*e Oa Main street. aug6
. Joseph Hotard,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law, m
(O.fie sm3e ats Zenon Ie.ahlaire. Esq.,) y,
jylt] PLAQUEJIiE, LA.
G Oasu L. ss. - a
Adterasey at Law,
Tyler, Smith County, Texas, I
SILL practice law and collect claims in the oI
countiesw f Harrison. Panola, ttuk,Snmith, st
Wood, Ilphur, Cass, and Marion, and in the Fed- hi
eral and Supreme Courts at Tyler. my26 di
W. I. HAMILTON, W
Attorney at Law, pi
Will prarerc in the ittstlirt (cour! of Iberville. I
A share ino he bo-iue.s of said Court solicited.
Plaquemine. I.a ocS6 W
Sarryeor iF Civil Engineer,
Baton Rouge, La. c
ILL attend to calls in the Parish of Iberville,
for sutrveying lends. mapping, Plant ations a
levelling, masunnrg canals and levees, draught
iag architectaral desiglts, &c. nov24
J. M. sEaNKS. JOHN £KVAL.
IHANKS at: KNEAL,
MOUSE PAINTERS, GLAZIERS b
septl PLAQUEMINE. LA
r. uo: SOAzL
OAr jurst returned from New Osleans,bringing L
IL a large and well assorted stock of
Groceries, of all kinds.
Al.o. jiut received firm S. Louis, a lot
Floar-extra and supertine.
Lard, Basus and Batter
of first qualiry.
As it is my intention to keep on hand a full
=spply ore, ervthing in my line, acall isaslici'td
reeom my old friends and custar fs.
Store opposite Nicol'e. mylst.tf
WE. H. POISON,
House, Sign and Orntmenst tal Painters,
and itniitatnrs of Wood and Mar
ble. Pacer Hlangingr and
All dnae on the cheapest possible terms; and
gtarateeior perfect satisaction, he request the
patronage of his friends and the public gene.
N ICOLAd BIEHLER respecifully informs
NM ofrislds and the public that he still con I
timnses at his old stand on Main street, atedining
his bhetbees' Tailor shepaud Wine Store, where
be sill partme SHAVING and H %IR CUT.
TING as asO CUPPIIN( when caled upon. e.
derest 1wemerces and Chepw
H AVING aeidced the prices ofmy large ad
well ssorted stee k o" baey sad staple
I thbe. on emsnt o the very dulltrade, I
wieier the fotwiaS Goads at Prime Cml
Irles. or cssb
Loie Ute Geods o e latest styles. Cashb
S Rehe, 4 ~to dollars a pioe. tilk Robes
deelM skUirts ad some with 8 Skeanesr, to 3
dllss, fonrmerly 45 dollars. Claeod plain Silk
ea a 28 cis. * yard. 1580 pieces Calico Ihat
dtes at N det. a pad Leaes Clnakelu M5.
tills at New UIlears eas pliee. Ladies Shawls
a se let af them. Cellars and Sleeves embroid-.
ead and Valetaisaem Hsndk'b. tte 95 eta. to
8 dS la a pse.--4le in lack Goads hap
hegain eaa he had. Ladies & Childeoea' Shoes
.f the mt measheture. A very mae t
do'Siery. Esamie my sock trefore ie
duwber. set L3OPWLD KAHN.
ra mar ra1WLa, I
umlae wml Us thwt we vS euutia
, . ass. eaga" . .
TH E uni'-rritned would re- A
Lspectliuly announce to their at it
friends and the pll,lic generally. T
that they have just p.,rchaaed the of ,
Coflee-house and tixtures lolme ly kept tb Phil- T
lip Heeleln opposite tilhe steaml.ot lal!lig: and aide
having been to cor:s.ddtule " xllelnse i paper. '
Ing all the rooms so that th-y ar,. In-at anu,l pleas- Ish
anit. ard having the b.wt brauwis If Liluors anl
Wines to be had in New t' leans. and turtaer. se
pildeging ourselves to saitle t " pail' to pie is,. ali
who iall to see us, we shall expect a srna' share
of the publie patropage. Fa
oGEOGF. TURIN, TURIN & SFIPPLIE.
Plaquemine. .\ay 19, 1861,.
The Rainbow. n
SOLOMON FREY pre~s. ts his comp'iments surf
to his friends and the public. anld respecttlly thal
intorms them that he has oplene',t n the bdli ig niill
onl Main street, lormer.y occup.,l by Stuckley pr .
& Del.tvaallae, a .tre
Coffee Hlouse and Lager Beer.
Saloon, where gKod liquors stul good beer car:
be had, and where lie hopes his old paitron, and
the ptub:ic will call and see him. sepl5
ThTb untderrigned wouid say to h's Pati
friends,l and to the public generally tlha tha
he has just receised a new s .pl'y his
b hite and Red l:hine Wine, of a quality mech
superior to that receivel last year. The public ois
may rely upon tils wine Veing the true and ac- Bt
tual juice of the grape. as it camne from the suie- nit
yards on the Rhine. (Call and try it.
angit GABRIEl. BIEHLER ve
Cete 3ouue, Soarding Houses siY. she
ery Stable. C
MAURICE M1AR1X or
TINFORMS his friends amid the
public generally, that he h.s
opesned his new house. on Bank
stet, sinc te 4th of July, where . k
he is finely situated to acouimo.
date Boarders aind tiatusient visitors. on reasona
ble terms. His table shall always be furnished
with the best the market atforos.
Ilia COFFEE HOUSE will always be sup
plied with the best of Liquors, Otlie. Lager
He h.s a BILLI.,RI ) TABLE kept in a se- I
parate room tram the Bar, handsomely fitted up.
HlisSTABLEeaanot bheturpassed; and aii ain
imals entrusted to hi' rare shall meet with the
most diligent attention.
He confidently hopes that his old friends will for
not forget him. Planters and others Ifom the
co ,ntry will have their horses andt bieg es pInper
ly taken care of at all times. and as tod .. ,hituer al
and wine as the town afurds, Ior themeels es aid -
Court House Exchange.
H AVING purchased out the ineteest of his
L.partner, will contiue to carry eln the
S business at the old stand, where he will always
and fine fat er. '
Thankful for past patronage. he trusts to re- ge
eeise a continuatnce dt tie same fium h;s u.d
friends and the public in generel. jy21 ti
ANTHONY ASTREDO'S p,
ANo. 16 Royal Street,
ll Next door to the Po-t Olffe, Naw OaL.taia
Oyeters in Barrels or Cans, Pickled or Spiced.
Fruit and Nult of all kinds, wholesale and re
Always on hand a fall supply of all the luxu
ries of the season.
, Meals served in New York style. t
City aad couatry ortern put upoe the shortest a;
r.otice. ap21-ly n
Iew uhtchery. a
ad The undersigned respectfully informs the N
Spubic that he has purchased the old and ep
e' well known Butchery of F. ebmsth. and that he
intendatl.keep his stall wel! supplied with the
best of Beef. Mutton, Pork, &c. By ,sttie t at
ltioa to his basiases in the above shspec, he
ai pse to have a share of public patronage, and
n partielslaly the petronage of Ms. Seih's old u
g custom en.
re p. .. The carts will run as usual down the
r- Coast and to the Park, a'
S dee25-ly BERTRAM BEYRIS.
p HAASB BROS.
Ladies Dress Goods
Ad As .
I thely peuticularly call atiteatio to, as also their
t extensive stoclk of
SThey will nel pretead to give a list of their
Sstock in the eompas of as adeertisemeat, but
l requeatall oare li wist ot
l Chelp ode* a
. to give them a al na they eel tlly satidaled i
rla thIa pureheki will at go away thjeeiatore p
e. disesihela. ecl23 HAjPSRJEn .
- E edepged. S.eerl hSimself that he
trl is faverably knotw thmv the State a
. I ILLIIGHO t AND ENGINE I. weold l
spmethi k a omne e to the 8Sgar Plasters ad (
- tstt t e i prepared to cetnract to build
Sugar Iills sad Eagines
at she b heiM id lab, sI sy sa requirad,
is and waulstld is eve*rq1e.
d Coetramets r Iext year r pectsiel ralsicted.
O IOTICB CE BgHoga-AF1eOTH'ERS A
lHe iarepsld Islmish lRON RAILINGS I
VE.S&DAUS4e. Call sad ee hi sampile
.. g23 A. ST. DIZIER..
•* It t k- $ ,1 T ,hd.k,,
A S'HOOL for Young Ladies will be opened
iln Plaq nemine ni tmhe I-1. or Oitotbr rnxt.
at the residence it It-s II. Iewi. L
Tlie IluirRal 1lepaitmllint s ~nI'er the char,'+t a
of M,11s l l I .S. RI'.
iThe *la-s bill] he tar:h! -yv he Pr intipal. wi
aided ty c etn.. i' a i --t -'. l
The ,o.ire o , '.'.- , . ,', ". in I 1g- a.,
lish and Fr.rch a: i, r : ', ' t,, !, i,, p i
lFor turther panttir'i ..i- , I t" i ,i'l
sep, -l y li. t J3 LII L. tIll
F. L.IGLEIZI', ;,,,
Faer'y Rakesr ;etad C(otr getiIoner,
R I;I,'ECTIFI .V ' .ran - i,t Ie-.
anti others ,i1 L'r; , n.'ii e i :
11,x.. that h , Is at il I ,1 - `,.*. . tl
thrnish parties \\l1il l'l, r u ,I ,'r ft. ,y ii
eie 'V styl... a, n !,,alilldl:.li -: a'u it I. linur(l nl
surpassed any b a'toie. ie* v 1 .I 1 .silt I6:n,6
that may Ie nqui'iired in Li: in ., I. eO si,,,ittnt
nii le, and on the mst eso,ina.tle ternrs.
'akery at the cornel o' banmk and Erieadn
ANTIHONY WILB I :RT,
CAIi L ET MA k I. n
al'kr-. cI- I.,r+t+hI d ,f re
turniin 1 th ha k- to his ol,! l
Irlends aldcl est lomenr t hIre %I
patronage herertore receivedl. anlL .assire themll w
that Ihe wl ever strive to accommodate :hem in di
lie has now moted to the Iarge an! comm,tli
n ols bulldting at the corlner ol Fetus AI.ev and
Sank street where he bas a large stock of Fui,. i
nlture of every kind.
Old Furniture taken in exchawnge o repaired at
very low prices.
He also makes COFFINSot esery style at the
s ahortest rotie.
[;"Fisk a letailic Coffins supplird as hereto
Sp*I, did Hearse. Price moderate. rep4
To Sauar Planters.
The Star Bagasse Furnace.
S Patented 15th Jane, 1858.
Never Knowa to Fail!
D RTIES wishinlg to purchase the rleht to uise
P.I please apij:)y to
p. EVAN bKEI.LY.
e The Weed or Coal Farum re.
ll for either I;OILI'RS or 'G(;AR KETTLES.
ie Patentea Deoember 21st, 1858.
ST Num.erous relererices given. Appiv as
ar arbove. al'7
id ----- - ---- - -___
Forwardrlirt. a una (.o:ra.ini
* sion B xUi;ICan .
Sly tear;;,v t L.,,iin-,, 4-"";. ni;.i ":, '% Potm
TiHF. UNI)FRSiGN EI) have associat.'dlthem.
sCC les together. for th." peIrpo-e of doing a
e- general Forwarding and 'Comis-lun B. smiue-s
.:d We will also Collect .olln es duie the m, r
chants, and unisinless nen. of the .Nolth. l.'a-t aldI
- West A;I business iltllustenl to our care will be
promptly attended Ito.
IIEELLIN & JINNI1NGS.
P B. J.;Vi INGS. )
"7 R-fer to any re:iable citizen f t he Pari-bi
Iber ile L.a ir-. I
To Plantcrs and Merchants.
e. B1Ahb' St! IlA PR L !
The undleri-iared, one of the oldest Coonpe,. ih,
the P'arish. his in comlhr .-4,l his art a 4gCiii-. .air
eat au'ig itp 'I'¢.as nt a la1 '. "-iiekor ,n t i i ,ils. i
now plepare-l to I'nrnish Planteri. l-erhanlt arlt,
- others. wltll as goo a an article of Ol..ISEs
R fRRE.LS i. i ibull dio. as c n lie mainulll,'llirei.
he None but oil a.;! exjperiencedl wit kinen enmp:,y
dl ed. aid neol.e bit tI -- tiet materi .hd .
he He will atl., rs.uitcrtnre S(T(;G.I HOG'S
he HEADS for a' w he leave their orems tn titme.
at- His ol ric'rli aisd cusiloimera wa i please give
he him a ca.l.
Ind lis work !:aviln: hiI rer";til-rc Vi\ n ii sa fac'ia i
sid tohis patros, he will ie his ,esti endeavo' to
please all who call tapen him.
he His shop is locateil Ietween Vrl;iei and Gre
audsts. frontingthse Bay)ol.
au39-mli6 FPRII)EICK RAtt ;E.
ZE W &EDDBLER1 .EAD
The undersignel respectfully
announces to the itizeols of ils
uierville and Weit l·a,,* lesage. tha. he has aglln
returnadlto Plaqasmine. with the inllellttowob lo
catiang himsell permanently, to carry oil the
Sr addlery aud Iarness 1asisouS
bat IN ALL ITS BRANCHiES.
Those is want of SADDLES. HAR~NE8S. or
any artielef PLANTA flON GEARING, will
kld ad it to their istereat to give him a cll, berore
no purchasing elsewhere.
SShp - Main street. lower story of the Old
be arr i o and Zar .o -"
d OsIrgage Wrmtalug Ustabiuhueat.
ed, Suceesor to CasaLa Vatr & Co., at the old
stand o@ A. W. Storr.
ed. Respectfslly informs the peoel
of Iberdil said West #8 at
Reege that having parrhased oat
-S the interest of his perlter, he it
Steads carrying on the same line of uainess, such
. as the maabcrtureof all kinds of
Iseddlme med Harness
4pa t d labtilagr a
tD. I : l , . II,
- hnrey ..ewel ry.
r XE iheve jest received as aidi .t * .er
VV stek of Jewelry, whids Is *sw g ael
we ariol. Every arrtie sold by aisb warrmanted
y as MieLd. It m repeeaated we yaill
.L. iC . E L ,Dre
Plaqaemine Saw MilL Get
.1 R. I:RNESI' HEBEItT. hatin0g plIrchased
nlit the interest ol J. Brr. ('l.Ar o i: the
A w \ s. ll on Ba! no P aqiUlelllle ill ti) lr tol , ol M
lai:ci tmine. the fi1m. iml n the '' d . ofl M arch.
WlIl he knowin ih the name anl l nii. til.! n- 4
der the firm -f A IEII.:I. ( I& ..1 B. M LLL. 4
a.id the paitiloiagl . n1 the I cliec 41 tib town acnd
i.drlih is Frepi. ,.l',i!v Sollel.ll.I
rV7-'Th'hv i I tle.dr Occ keep a regulaI cup Q
16 ti t Lunll-l.t e. It11. .l. of Ite l i'e.n, cict.cptc iin . A
Sail tdli!:--. Iw&hicgh ehi y wic ! j ier ei r t ill Ihe nII
;11 ltll e, antioil tlhe rnot Iac .t"lm ln daie 1 her"'- H
1l1 1.'.ir k blAI.I.O.
Malwn Ill. IScio.
JOHlN BO..ING, "
Professor of .MrHsimr,
l esgnl s sajciirnitg alwhil* In nIeor
his tim.to1. the dunies of Ili-,- nt
11H will gila lessons un all
Braves aud %ariulg anaturl -nts.
He is l also :lie I':Jl;- ;i a. -' l -.· ,' ; : I'eat
rO o ie. .i
.Al il th..se` !ei..io-oi. i t e l. -. ion aI 1- ti t -ea
tliii' i ts. i e i li Ii *.c c I i... ,' r ' i. . . . :' h hlrl
it itlcnte r is es hi- at till. illre to itllei a PI nll. Fill
1 1!l p'ea e ,I ,v- so l-,t ' Ic. pi le:sei 'i a , everyp
direct.., ill t ith t iclc Of whliher Bio. Ia . cheap
-DAWE II 3DWARMS, A"
Iruic, Cl`ii, 'rTin, Siet Ir1, Brass , F
.11,uluitl;;, Finishing and Blhack- ''
t itithig E.al t ,lishei . Fir
e.c Il c
2S. 30 anld 3.2 NEW LI VT' :I 7. 3.) and 41
FI' I.TO1 N I 11f : 1'. 'i'." , 11' . ili
Firliles for the . 1. , . " I oi I radi
desclil l t w'alk. Isuiper , i at .,i -I hcusie in hetc
the Sotii or Weit: g, "te!
' 1ll INIYS. I lI, .c!hINXGS, I
Jlh'K IIXES, FIlE IIFi! '. .,
a 'I. ; IFIEIIS I ' FI.' F:l .iEItS, mac
STILLS, .SI l N., li
Colpc r, '1'1en aiitc P. s ii.r 1,e..111, foi r -- 1 'i
1l.I,.1 t.. S ~ "-t 11.v iP' -'p . bI
(;P A(. -. for cuic lo rn itie . i -in'ei ice1 pccýices.
T1.-11 WHI.'Tl E-. Ul c-s 4 tK aid otlch
l- ('i( 'PLI f.I L . se c-." . * - icl,,int , Brass' M
Work o ,,i on- le a, ,,.ma .,, a. f,
1: inl li I :,i r1 H -e sa ,i! ' :.. -:". .c s'11..
a (U \- Pif; lc- .1 I-s -- c i, .- ,, d.a:.e
ter. a ell a ii r -lc n ecti-ioc ie gull f It Ie .
irt The treee ipipliecd isth Etais. Work at New
cic 'Yo ,k Ipr ies. li i-a-h. -
te Pclanterr cuiid others interesteil woull doi well. II
to call anct exalnnle my tle ,icl 'l'leini for the l
cin iiaciccc ill- ci .i i ri I'ar. ct i, uecld-.B, els; # -ie.
wc re . I iv i hatc e i... -i ii , ie.raltion lor ma..y I -
3ear' alcc( cilr oiici eence -a c-c.. it -.
S II orders Iil'e I w itl, , ,.;t h.
t ,rlc .ehr ict. Ei.l ' J1 (di,. . ofi thi ll pri.h. -
foi- lionll .I JIt.p .1 * :..i I. -1 ), it. Al-oe I t i.
- ('. C cnp. wi h ias 1..'.c I a o.'c c ruti l' Irearsn in1
-iice't-.lcut ocer.t oil . It ' J.c-ly l't.
Press and TyFes for Sale. les
1 .SlNI Il.\ \l I l'ERI-AI I ', SR ,I ,
24 - As. A : c a..t ict:- '.y .f y)per .i in
I an r - n. l- , .ullikciti ,t I ie in.ts t it * e.'llii 1 ciul
ci4 cii o.ii oth,.c-. Ito,
'i'- alitv' is ilthe Pr . n, awl priletplil pTart .-t.
n oif i., ti p.s wht col r e nci," .s d cy thei *"t" .
I zce 4- SAl n,,,nc" - the uilee t gneI al' iso
c i- tio i,-av I,,. f.rih. r icie fi r ihcecn n a dell
" " r' Iih.e. a-ell-c anl g tcll ig a arge press l' e
;.. an r ne. typel thos, e i.a' r al isl 11 ' e vo' -
ole. .i toIr - 5,y. F1,r lort'.- r parl eclari :i!pply
ie y h it, lr to i'. P. llci .\lliLl \
lo 1 'llES hV;.ERI 1Y.UR
re-t . .l CASA3)VAN ill t
198 ROYAL STEET
D Corner on St. P fir .treet- E 'te,.itic ,c o St.
CONTINITEIS to call th- a:tecrtinn of those.
who neel the se i'es ri ci i ,i...itelt 'clc'i 4
n ii .. ali, d s t irll ia e lilcnc is 'f .' , in n -ii
o- iijucejrre i uby keikili i -cIe. -tl , , ', h
out a i -horer ctn allti ll . '. . , '. ant,
whose Artaiic-il 'ieetc caceci lie. sio- * i c site.e*
hcit, b Iy atcic cin. ccJ..l. A si is.'.s t. c. .Ie
hal'c a" ll ccrat slit ee theI Ih cecia . - il perlt! ri-i (in
or conscieete eisu . is tice emost .l I,.e.clc mal:l.er th.
1.all iHe eurnt the ge;n . is l llort le aiaelcil Tre.e hi.
with a chemical p icecra ccol i -nc"*t ciy licue.
or which h ss tiy e pl Lin. ocncllt ri.n inee je
lFrench Spcacnish acd ELnglisis. de 31
- 5 i Jrrungemet et
5IN PI.AQUEINE. PAIi-iH O.F IsE-V1LLE V
LA., ful Jlt ,. j
TIiHE Mail entlce ic Si C neche r l-t ,e ,i-irtiheadi
t. .ealIC y i e le. eir- ..,C.
The ml i Ile-r Iee iseneer ll.·:tvire.Li ei**,* esry vi
UMod te.'Trtumany d $,,ieid-, ec it 'ecsk, e.
SThe VicaDlaciHeis Mail cluier Os Teaedaje at of
The. Go.nl Tsrsr Mail os W. dellrily, a t 9
Se'rlirk. A. .i
"t ilug, hmmi arresnesl hereu cps ieneil *s Tl.
1i i. ll . F. . J lyNl.nilv,, pl'scseme'.
eeh o elll. I, l aIqe etricies61. jI.et.
Deerdllg fWee sid
teat This Cafee Houss, Bcardieg louse
ad Olyster Salo., lforcerly heph. by'
l Astosoi Bratiamns. at thne- ner af
aba n tVIierteeet. w lbe edbyte
andrsigeeed mon the lh DCeembller ,t, Iw I
er l always keep Goad Liaesour a Coed Tb.e i
sad a rhetst Oysaees. Mis freisds sadi the
sel r I& aI S respertelly iaithed to ,edI
pll j c.lilSc in s. Their pesussgle ise
Io~l~ol nr~e rI 1
Get Your Shirts in New Orleans
S. N. MOODY'S.
I l ur al
A I ereat
' '; Icudi
d lin e
-i JI rc l I i
(gntl emi' toil et"eqtoll hati
SHIRT . MOOD. re
SI'a thUnalr Shirts. heeby . for e e all
pe·ron dri to acqre 6 tor 2 50
etii s tl Kettles Sockr, .r 6 or coa 11 I .
it CaIolas m . 10 .r 30 de
Fine Black Silk Cbaeats 40 rs a pciles. andth ha
Severy article lor gentlemen's toil et equally JanE
Aid every art cle for attive m s it equattlly chiop. rea
ma ade ' Mamidthe Order it n I'rery t tryke have
SO ...lr liS or dranwinsl are p ieof t .lthe whomfthe
Fnr Pen .. er. w art nd m~ e or insd. sa. I ha
ShI lr, madelI her to invery style. Direct y eal
lions for ell meas larement rllnt by post. of Ir
Jr. -. MOODY..
KETTLE S TT1.Y'G. crut
"A tabr of l'eaar Itedu blared t a tllt
Few Wtaay. wooRo
`[AVING been induced by Ire:ues.t sn'iita. COUI
It on. t o make public the . Isitce of Keyle
etti ng t hat I p nac Jice. I hereby gl' st a niceto allRge
pelruns desiriug to acq'tire a know .eigeal o the Car'
a, hat I give them instruti ei the r
h ting tf Kettles, Lor either wood or coal. Nlon.
p haell te, to mTe rIGINI,
I Jdqy system l s based upon principles, the plau t
'sibimlmy and co60 l c tes . I p et :asl d I : of no ncori
trlaverlion. whioh are . I . Wei; al ldany corneg at1
2 he'I~ted, and theelore not Pilalle to be thea lorme du
dayI.l.a-e P aqoinae apsiam on Saturday morn- a
l ihve models for ficoe dill*rg it hnetructions r
t rI. Keary Ies. am esgns by i lm nS uctSew I lirO. I
S e aship. and the rplet se ee that their. Copreht
: is o Ins or drawbngs are gei'ing Irea the whom the
I u s-H eur t. ll those to wheur. I teach llay sya
tem ale also assisted by my st ies., if requited. g[O
Iln-tmeoun+ are only ginase to those who have or'
been thre or o(ur )ears at the b... urosul Kettle pre
S. t nag. and are good workmen. wa
F or lure.-Fr Piartcul part. Iulas ;re, by letteor o
otherwas*, of the underst:;arl.
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L.taavlgue. carywithin the pastil. ever ty Tenlay,
Stheirlmlg. at 6 ol c hmeo pte rsey-as elurningo c
e leaveI Clblrteo every Wedltesday Morning at m ne'
6 o'clock, snd arrive at Plaquenune the same nil'
d tay. I.*anr P aquemine again on Saturday morne a ls
I Cing at 6. urnld ave ever -lsyred ono ie on ny the
t o " B a1to nlo , B a t o n R o u g e a n d B a y o u Pa r a . a n d w it h t h e f a t
trt St. ?Nary Gr Fraukiin and elw I Iter.a. at
i. 7yShippets w.1l ple*se* that their freight ri4
a' isola. l th boal th everying revenusry o tohe
n a ueparture-Foh further parti. In uss apply to
es s:t. Ga, Cor, ýWLLl Sr , T ., Tm'e,
V*. (DDOELL. PILLS. .
IIIlS Purely Vegetable Iil. which is spokenl eu
Inff lisa mihly by all who naiel ived them.
lros Daaorlhea. hei-ntary. Piles, &r. L.e, or ally to
af ictolot lhre igwelr nd ll Stomach, can se had
Nof ll kiuCad streeta New O talean. i .ns
. . PUNTWW ti& 4TONES, 1
City a 4ma tryl elre earas Orwill aley
iay invited Woul insit er e zat ion
Sin,,r. s of this irIeeu a then purl e putrerit hat
Hevi G within the pe t oir Xraly anlat e w
Oe a h eire srlic p it. every yren.led o Ae- a
o. i ibit the ut Jd mUus varid a duortmadt I t
Ib Ctinh Furnimt r a ver tli ret . or iv l me in the
i ensu. ev riinl er~yin ry oveH. Ll C.
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GAZETTE & INTINEL.
The Woman with one Hand.
The urgon's story.
I do not believe in ghosts. I have no
faith in any supernatural manifestations
or appearances whatever. I beg any
one who may peruse this narrative, to
understand that I am no superstitious
ereature, afraid of my own shadow,
lending an attentive ear to old woman's
sturies, and seeing "something white"
iu every corner where the shadows
gather thickly after dusk. It is scarce
ly likely that an old surgeon who had
stood beside so many dying pillows, and
watched so many spirits take flight from
racked and wounded bodies, should
tremble at the thought of a disembodied
soul. I know too well the release death
often is to the poor, pain-stricken mor
tals, to fear their voluntary return to
scenes of their unhappiness and suffer
ing. Neither am I the victim of discr
ded nerves or fevered imagination I
have performed operations in which one
hand would have proved fatal-when,
had my hand swerved but a hair's
breadth to the right or left, I would
have been a murderer. Nay, I, Dr.
Greystock, can do what many able, en
ergetic men have found impossible, for
1 have had those dearest to my soul be
neath my hand, and though each moan
of anguish, every flutter of the beart
went through my very nerve, the kindly
cruel knife worked on as steadly as
a though it carved a block of senseless
I was born in a quiet and retired
country village. My father mingled in
the professions of doctor and spoths
cary, and at times drew teeth, or set a
ie fracturs. d limb-any thing for a living.
po nrm:n, for he had a large family,
and neither property nor expectations
f a legacy. His patients were distrib
L:,'d ,Iver a wide tract of country, and
r" du.; o an unhealthy season he was ol.
ten: upon horseba.k from morning until
night, enduring the scorching sun of
e. summer, tie cold lasts of winter, or
m the miasmatic vapors of the marshy
' grounds over which he was called to
travel upon many a rainy midnights to
! prescribe for some poor creature who
was "very low with the fever." During
or Iis frequent absence I presided over
the pills and potions, mixed washe,
made up prescriptions, and amused my
• self by the perusal of several works op
on anatomy, which graced the book
sh.Ilves of the room behind the shop.
This science was my chief delight, and
in a little while the determination to be
come a surgeon filled my mind. Much
Re experience had made me doubt thiopw
er of medicine. The mysteries of the
unseen machinery within us might bet
ile the most learned, but the surgeon,
La, eeallng with the outer man, could am
"' his rork, and really benefit his fellow
creatures. I knew the strength of my
nerves and the value they weaould be to
me use in the surgical profession, and I de.
clared my intention to adopt it before I
had reached my sixteenth year. My
ihe father was pleased and gave his consent
at once, but there was some prelimina
ries to be arranged, and som funds to
be accumulated before I could eater up
on regular study. Meanwhile I stayed
at home, impatiently, and gathered all
I could from books and my father's ina
structions. The time passed tediously
enough, for 1 was anxious to oomnmano
t,,. my career, and start upon the high road
yoy to wtalth and eminence, and many were
h td e ahxious days and sleepless night
which I . pe ere the time arrived
which wituessed my departure for the
city. At last, however, all was ready.
I bade adieu to my mother, my father,
and my young brother, from whom I
had never yet been separased for o*
night, and with a heart which bheat with
high hopes, even amid the grief of part.
o ing, took my place in the stage, and left
for the first time, the hom of my glad
childhood. In a month I had becme
o. accustomed to the sparation, sad
t e thought only of my profesion.
.tbh iedical students are enerally will,
he reckless and dissipated. I was neither.
The discretion of old age semed to
ise have come suddenly upon ae. Isaered
my comrades' stadies, but refeed to
" mingle in theiir gies, for I had detes
.d mined to retain my strong nrvers sad
uies nshaken head to the last Nevmrth.
leess I was a general favorite, and fore.
w" ed many friendships mong the gidl
banud, which lasted longft they bd
er. become grey-heeded men. There wa
m or one among the umber whesd niwe
Ro Bobert Redlaw-- gay, bussme b
he was, fullof fun frlid edhad hm.
ribly addicted to practia_ jokm ; b
nt nevertbeles, kind-&her ed sad
thtbs ou to a fult, for he woull hSveg a
Shis last penny to ay one at ph
inseedof it. Totbeoli ving he as
Sev* tendernes;to tthe hmeld
Frythl hosita tIhis het ws asoft a
woes's; and I bas inu 1i eyes
Srs with teamnr whbile I ited mnemmsay
--bet to the deadhe Msme e
C. Uteess being ne mss
a !ee so h es, d the brak ot S
ob. - gasalseel se S JA ) .