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SUP PLEMENTARY SHEET,
S Plaqumin e, La., Wednesday, June 12,1861.
asuC & lS W eiR .
CANDIDATES FOR ELECt ION.
We are authorized to auuounce (.1. I . A LJ
LE, of Weat Balto, Rgouge, u a caaddate f4 r Coou
grew of the Coufunaite State . for the Fuurth Colnae....
aon.a DIlatrct, cunaupacd of the 'Parishes of West Feli
rau.s, Pusat Compec, St. Landry, Lafayette, Vcrmilloou.
Wr.t Baton Rouge, thervlle, St. Mary.aad rt. Mart.a,
Lictetn first Monday on November.
We are authorized to aauouuce BYTIIELL
HA 'NLES (of Chuto, as a Canudd.ate for Audator of
Public Accountw at the cuauaig Fall clectaga.
are are authorard to auuoauce H. PERAI.TA
of East Blatou Iouua , as a Caldadate for Aadltur of P'ublec
Accou.u--s-eltq to a nlmuation by a Dem.cratec State
CuVLiVuta., It oUr . i.aled.
Mr. Edatur: Plcase aunouuce the saae of T. EgO.
DOLPII VERIOISL Eaq, is "eteafocratsc Caada.,
ate fur A.e.ur fuo r fr the parlh of lberdlle, ulect to the
Stateo IKtlht Detuocratic Couleutlou.
We are authorized to annouuae ERINErT CAI.
LERl , the pre.e.,t o.cuialaut, as a (Canldalte Ir re
election to th osiice of Asciau, subject to the decllu.s uI
the State Rtghts Deaiterate Cuuoveauu.
SHERIFF AND RECORDER.
Mr. Edtuor: You will ple..e announce tlr follos ug
geutltea for the ofice caah. prerede their re.le.ttae
name., subject to the decalsia of Cte iLte La Lghtas De.u
cratc: Couveuntio, sti.
For hIervW, - - - J. L. PETIT.
For Rkecrder, - - J. *I. EItVIN,
*FOR RECORDER. I
Ms. Eoitua: You wi ll plase anuou.thethr name of
ANLPHII MEIERT, Eq. as a ndld.te for I
thodce of Necorder of the parsab of" Iernille, eubljeat
to the decasuu of the sttte Kiaght LDeaaocratal Couiea
Mr. Ealyro Plea.. anaou ce ay aLmae il your pa Ir t
a" a Canddate foer the teaLt S~kiarll.h of this pariahL .
GI SlTAr'l LAL VE. n
Bayou Goos, Aprh 18thhi Ihl. C
We are authorasud to uuaouree J. MS. RILS as a a
t('anddaiat Ifr ShJlerir at the eall.luag Full raCtion.la
Neat St5ltbtrlrt tment. 4
.laoa's OFr.iE;, P'laquetriue, )
Jude 1lth, 6ill. )
.S IRaeelstrcy President Davis, having invi
I ted the people of the Contederate Staes. to
observeoTherday aoet, the 13th ist., as a day M
olf Fasting and Prayer,
I, the uodersignud Mayor, rquest the good
i -tiettee of Plaquemangeaesally, to dhecaatanue
their uu al eojupatiaes al that day; and, to fur- rot
ther'obrerve it in such a mannier as will show C
our depetdenee upon an All Ruling Pros idence, si
for the fivor behtowed upon us, and obtain Ifr
ouoa*lry e t-e Ntmig of pece aa ulpraper
ty. T. E. GRAC I gi
lJ 3l.Mayor. oi
DRYO. G. BORG hbe leave to ian'orm the
CJ QfiS of Plaq omin and vicinity, that be tit
as pinamatly located bimself with ihe iualt- In
tIo 4eaebtng the Englsh. french. Italian abd
.paas Laai age; Book-keeping. an] also au Y
sple buiness hand- 'riting--elther at his
Oicedu Mari'5 Hotel,or at the rersidnce of his to
ppils; and trusting to n:t for a liberal share to
touns0 BO11G also gives lessons on the iat
Guitar and in Vocal mmic.
Retence-T. E. G;race, Mayor. 1ju12
lavct Z pbrtattos 0[
RElNJSIH WINES, KIRSTIl,
F 4 LURK, Merchant on Main seteet., ser
" Courthlouse, respectfully ielorms the
pubhqhatt he ha 1 e4e nived frm Germany,
sad holds in bond at No Or tana, a large stock
* ascelsLt and genuine
Yi. =*1- iblhwner, Klingelbrger. Musicaeahler,
R Feller and A'enttaler, &c., most in small
suatmrla battles. He ei. the said articds
s at at t thaw quality will meet with
S&ae of L '-Parasit of jkrsij-,
FMi Dusrid Couri.
I matter of 1state of Francois Dauples
* si, dec'd. c
"dn. a thp Sloupg te of Pauied Dapheskis a
.i. ,sby give. to all whom it uqy e*-*
L d e se. D-ariae d'ftillre.
ams I Scceaaion do fue Fracoisa
, , , dealery D a jas€.
d-. - , . . . _ .
,&ml Ac .A tile uZ
D. ap. iser. T.
i.L According to the plan we mentior
__: last week, growing out of the scarcity of
• per, we give to-day a half sheet, and ont
urday we will issue our usual sized sheet I
N. fore commencing the Semi-Weekly. By t
C mode, the expense and economy in paper I
I greatly lessened. 'The absence of the edi
A .. this week-on business, and for the benefit
c"° his health-w ill be sufficient apology for a
rE thing that way be found amiss. On 1
iuio. return, all will go right, and his subscrib,
armU. will be sure to ;ct innmmediately, by extra, a
through his regular issues, all the impuort
LL Past Day.
To-rmrrow is the lday set apart 1
TA, the )Prt'cidcnt of the Confederate State
ut.I for fasting, humiliation and prayer
t .Alhnightyv God, fi,r his blessing uil(
our people ill their prelsent :natiolal di
liculties. The several rel.iuous conigi
gations ill this townl will, we uide
e stand, celebrate the day by alprooial
ceremouunies It is to be lioi3d that a
* Iusiness will Ie suIspenldid and tl
,day c, t'tcrated to tlc he bly pI0rloo fi
which it has Ltbeen set apart.
lfelxx s .-...--'.rtial rl'tuiirs fromt tl
'li Tecnn(ssee t hction, inmlicate that thi
SSecest~iotn Ordinance has beet paI)se
-lV an alith' ,t iUlmain,,lus votec.
N. tl The New Orlcatin, ellat reclent I
publliIshetd a letter whiich purports t1
o coume froL "aL lady in East e'clictal;.a,
,or in which the lady is made to say :
In mny hutille ,lopilion I conciieiv e tlha
Lan ill purtalt pst eau hal e :assiinedl tilh
''ladies" who have bceen left bhellnl. lI,,
in them unlotutded patritismin c xists,
lr tht"ll t lare Ituw prtpared to take ul
a:ress In tc. del',se ol" thse l/c' //udU
iell, wilo fro'l a sheer absencel lt zllmlos
culrtiage to cilitrl'e hl:udshlips. riv.atilt'
..a and datlgcr. irate failed to em'toil tLicil
natmes with their brave conI';ades. \\V
sympathize with themit dlepliy, anid iar
dctermintid to the last extret.iiy to pro
tcct lmlid shicld thtm fromt har, anid tn
dteavor by our exaatple to buoy up their
cowardly and dt jected spirits.
Ot.o A;LE' Gxi:NEOs-lITYv.-.\ Aethlilnani
t ' writing from Wtaslhingtont to a friend in,
my Montgomery, says:
It is currently reported here that the
1 Federal Govo uanett mt" iade l)rtlº
r. sals to leadinfg (; ernatrs of New York.
w Chicago and St. Ltuis, to t'te effect, that
, should the Geurmals situpp'lrt the Union
L Ly cdiisting freely, .Mishnuri will be'
given to them, as aln itldelpendent Col
otny, where they can establish laws to
~ lhis idea is a novel one, but never
* theless, tihe German population of St.
iLouis, as ell as Chicago and New
a York, have turncd out ahnlst to a liail
to suppllort the Uiiion. 1This. we know
e to be a fact : whether anIy promi-uses
Slhave been mnado to thdien or lnt, they
have ninzzled Missonri for the prisent.
(lind Ephrbiim 1 llioquy.
r Now and to think, that downed am I
Life's path to trivel waliNat light
W al licotare garalshed by natures' hbad on high,
t To other call to fesst their r anbhed sight.
'I'were well had Forts.e', mantle er me spread
Its ample folds, to shield my Ikele form
From illsa ad cares the poor mau's dread,
While tlding with lfe's raginlg .rm.
Had I been Most with strengtl of frame;
Hlad father lived to guide my feet,
Cold he buot hear me eal his same,
Thea s-les, n t teaM, my fat would greet.
Bet so, ear me dtsL sorrow's hmler wave
I.ik's eery mNew se d*0 Si.
My fathebr's voit is shed,and by his grmv,
I weep my fatl, how sa. hew asd a.d
Charity, chariy, the ie f mry eried,
ChantLrl) to him w ho /lle ianshe
To him ftwor hme hleeig lea4
The vicof emrcv pleads, oh! ive hima hsad.
Fie e eloa" o ars. we deafto erey% ;
Their hearlere dead Io oeew's m r ns a;
ha vait did mercy plead fra gratsy,
In vais ao lglere ighhim w 4ily
Dee baef I har, a ya., ft whisposele da ep,
* epet mmmi allymd it's vfrgil keep,
sa a rey sem ms ·r, o ear thy call
A eaid WraiL th l lills,
Lad aml thee to the sibs.
hreL* isl um atrae wee klad
iW iameiblyb mi iwe1
Th,a ea.. a.. Mea med a wms Ie
Ssm~or.,.o. r uc...* , 0 . . I
T p .ah,b a id, . h
PItOIMI88 OF THE WA.,
THE WAR IN VIIRGINIA !
s ATB& l OF PER.I.Irtz!
bevelty Federalists Killed !
ONLY S1X CONFEIERATES
Ct~::rsrTo , Jue ta Lb. -Thic Mercur'' I'
special lRiichmond di.spatch says a sharp t
and brilliant fight oteeirred ,n1 Mn
day, r.tar Phillippi, in the Northern
part if \'irginia.
Nine hundird CoInfeiderate troops..
were suiliden!y attacked by three thous
and Federalists. At lirst the Confet-d
I erate frius wer.c. tlow ii tto ctonftsioln I
and Idtreatedl t t t mil.es, rallied three
tilme aclid rc'lni.-ed tilt Fedecralists, ,it- '
w'ithstatdling_ the dispalriIv of nllt diiil is.
\About seventy Federalists welre killed
during the fight. The loss on the Cui
fe derate ..ide anmunted to rtily six.
' The FItederalists were well provided ,
with li 'lht artillery, manned by regulars'
frol ICal'ilt l, h rracks. The .. hfet'tler
ates \wtru without caliluonl. i
(hv \-i ie has Leen apl lointed Ilri;iga
dier-teneral, anid is rai.,ing at legion for
the war. During its formation he visit. to
Western Virginia to rouse the slujbe r- i
IdU LatritismII there.
The oflicial returns from We\stern ,
Iirgillia show an aggregate majrity h;
Sof i1,000 in favor of the ratification of bi
the orldinlncee ,of secessiozn. I"
The typlhd fever isspreading rapidly e1
and f&atal;ly at Fortress lMouroe.i, b
\aashingtoun, June 10th.--Apprehen
sions tire ftlt here that the Sultherners
intend advaIcing, via PI'oint if tlocks,
to enicourage a revolt in lialtimiore, and
Saided by Marylaidtrs, attack Vashing- 2
ou [rnu the Marylanlt side, while ua
f;rnidable body will advance ow the
sanue place frim -Manassas (ap.
There are four thousand troops at
Aquia Creek for the support of the bat- S.
lL.~I E:srows, Junte 10th.--The South- j'
('rnetrs have burnt ther bridges at Point i
of Rocks and Berlin ferries, and seized
on all the skiLs.
POSi.AL .FrFAInu.--In regard to rates
and terms of postage, we can only re
fer to the following circular :A
POST OrFFI:E, NE ORu.AxS, tugi
June 3rd, 1861. Jby
lRat s of P'osta, e Wi'ithin the Cofedter- Vg,
ncY.-Oil ltters weighing under j oz., Ags
within 500 miles, 5 cents ; beyoud 500 D"
niles, 10 cents, with an additional rate feac
for each additional oi hoz.
Drop letters of any weight, 10 cts. quet
Tr'nsienut newspapers, Cunsealed i'r- mu
Culars, maguzines, or handbill.s, uneIi- that
ected with anlly manunscript, weighing it w
not over three ounett, 2 cents, with an aora
additional rate fol'r every additional wak
aunce for any distance. r~e:
Books bound or unbouud, weighing bce
rot over 4 pounds, 2 centls per oz. P
All ewaplcpaers, peridials, or boks, dkil
ublilhcd beyotd the lirnits of tt Cot- ct
.ideracy, are sulbject to double the
Prepayment in money (,ntil postage
tamnps and envelopes are prepared for
Le Confederacy) will be required. 50
On lettera, papers, c., for offices be
road theI Confederacy, prepayment in
Jnited States stumps will be required
o cover the foreign postage, and in IN
noney fur the Confiedercy.
J. L. RIDDELL, p. XI.
A Panrmmc WoeAs.-The f(owing Dud
Sexitracted from a letter, receirs$by e*'
m of our merchant, from Shuaglah, ""
[se. : no
"It id, whe the ears ft -last l
reek with troop. for Virginia, there
ras on One Of them an old lady from
"ay. cosnty with twelve aes. SheI
ma ahad7 made k rn his intenth
E prnr the Stateof Louisisastolbe ai
-tl girwhocoene'a oende4 L- i
is her, wbileo.n his wey to W'ashing- '
THE M-I ESENrTS oU TILE ENEYT ON THE
M1:s:,: uit.--The Aemlcphis Appeal, of
the 31St ult., has the following :
.\ well informed and perfectly reli
able gettcnltian, writug frou St. Louis,
under date of May 2S, says :
'l'here seems to be a quiet movement
of troo,,ps from this point South. .v
eral tlhousaud left yesterday. The Gov.
erntmealt at \V ashilngton, through their
Hiagents here, are in the market for some
thirty or forty steamboats, and have a1
l:1Idy pir'llchase several. They are al
S, ill treaty with the Pacific Rltilroad
'itlp::" for the traslpor.tation of
tra'ps t. the termination of the South
_\ ! s oWt,!it bratnch of that road. These
are L'.tct, which yuit (c';i iely on ; put
\t"ur ovtW coistruction on :lenta and act
at cordinnly. 'The acc'Ulniatioi of Ger
n Iantiitr ra frau Illinois, and the inte
Sinr of tiºa State, is veryv large at this
point. There is not less than twelve to
fit itln thi:usantd under arlms and in camp
" iThree f.uurths of the (h-rmtuia popula.
'I tb,'n oi this city, have enlisted, or ini
si soli way bIeen. induced to join the Fed
n eral r:llnks, and the ntlubler is being
i ty it'reasetl. The va.tt numnber of
loin Iiit otf uenpl)olmen.lt and starviing
Satlll'st for bread, renders it a nialter of r
niecespaity fu r thlant to do somrethilng to
1- I l'"crte foo -hence there is no diliim.ul
nI t" it, s, 1min, as natlly victims for this
Sunholy war as they for the ipresent re
Ou Ibelitf ' here is, that they intend,
at an early day, to march down the to
d .lississiilpi river with a powerful force,
- al.l Me.t1.his will probablyv be the tirst
pIiint of attack. .1 Woll to the wise
;anl[ ptrulent is sutlit:htiit. You cannot
l be ti,, well lpreliarled at all points. Your ,
SState will probablly be invaded through 'lt
. Kttuckv, as wte'll a. on .hie .isissippi, -i;
.a. .rkaaas throuug! .Missouri, and thei
lississiippi river at the sa;ile time."
A geatlea. itiipyinlg ;ttl iaportant
' p sitionti ini c mltaition wvitli our river
Is trraiul, Who t "I'eterday reached this city aI
- Iiii above, states, that Liicolui's Gov. Ca
'Ittutlit have purchiased at St. Louis,
the steamboah, ts lataia, City of LouIisi:-a ia
n and City tilt ion; the .. C. Swirn they be
• Ihave contfliscated. 'air. they haveth
fb,iimliht the City of tphii, aid one or bi
nl.rlhapl two otlher ' . ThosC e engyag.
eel in o,iinnte(tion witle e hese purchaises,
3say they want tilteelc or twenty other a
s hay Iisilble (mleciu--laincTln.
I. rrff:W i'.itK. MA erHra a't(.iNT4OtK.
PAU dI IcLPARK,
Foreigs and Amerclan Marble,
iastelola, .mmmta , UtMiaa,
t f 7 , eardtoaea, . 4'., ab
S. W. Corner of Wshbinutos Aveane and .th st., be
and tSa Washington Avenue. between 41h Ste
and ith streets,
p'· ~T. LOUIS, MO.
iRfer to--Zenon Labauve. Plaquemine,
MKhel Hebert. Ihervilte.
Roth, Deblieux & Co.. do.
Capt. Trio dad, Wet Btons Roule.
Improved itlbble Shaver.
A number of the above important article. a
~tigelul in lacilitatllg bthe culture of the
sugar caie,-invented by J. A.Lr. .aundperfected
by :he undersigsed-hbs been manughetued and
is now on hand for sale in New Orleans by
UGE). W. SIRF.I, corner ofCamp snid Poydra,
Agent for the sale of the machine in that city.
The uiiersignedl has upwards of assemy eerli- gur
Saictes Irom the best planters in Loimssian. who D
have witnessed the operations of the Sabf P
3Saoer in various sui;, and there can be no to i
questions of the fact that it meets--and fully a"y
meets-all the reqeuiements and desiderataono
that could be ueeded or desired r perrmin Will
ceanly. Iueitly snd perfectly the work for whac pos
it wuas inveuted to perform. and in which per. d i
lormance it does the labor of at leNastshmeamar
__-it the he!r It wit lo sharve btramc 5o.0
acres without shbarpeasg. ls prics asked for Pe
them will be kund to be aurpriaiagly smell co -
sidering the price puiad for their mmafcture. i'
Plsateys waititg the Sftieswr will plesase l
adrea GIEJO. W. SiSElR. New Orleas or to Gall
oct 13 A. ST. DIZIER. Plquemide:
0, to J. McW.u..a.. -
50,000 .EE CYLREUa
lorn, E1EJUL & c, t iI
P'Ttnr---Ce r. II.l
.WU sfrrass1 -
IN PLAQUEMINE. PAIFSS Of IESVIL.Lg -
LA, bOR 181.
"PHI Mall aeiese is the wliht ad abe utal
No down Mail on Friday.
• rhe t r'mh~lingajw ma. Is
big, sa arilop Mits awlr y Thuralsiv
P. e. JeNNtIn W m P *,~ m b. -
Plaaenemia, Ja. 19, 18ill. W ale
tnaslrdIsnd is ewo awuste 1.
T-'VOUI as (Idahmes), eIb
to do service Jo their seam
. s.A"UIT ii
reli- Iron, Copper, Tin, Sheet Iron, Brasa
uis, Moulding, Finishing and Black
t 28, 30 and 32 NEW L.VEE. scd 37, 39 and 41
rer- FULTON STREET, NEW ORLEANS.
rte- Facilities for the execution of the tilewing
hidescribed work. uperior to say ot.e ouse ai.
the South or West ;:
t CHIMNEYS. I BREECHINGS
m'P JUICE BOXES, FIRE BEDS,
CLAKLIFI, I IL Y-R E-i
Ia- STILLS, ASH PANS,
ld- Copper, Tin and Peelwter Worms for Dip.
use tilleries. Sheet trout Pipe.
of A.hrralt, Beanvets, and Herson STEA.%M
leg GUAGES. r lt. cumutise andstationary engies.
of. 'STE WHISi'l'l.S, BRASS COCKS sad
tf COU .INGS. Iand every description of Bras
to 1'olk of y ecn iianlllactiure.
ul- I:clis iRublbr II.. and Filteriap to suit.
'is !.fd PIPES from I-. to 3 inches in diame
re- ter. a;,I all eonectlions to sait sa
'The trde isupplied with Brass Work at New
York prices. ur cash.
d, IPlante.r, aind others interiated would do well
Ie to call and examine my Ltems Trains for the
Smanunllacture of Sugar, befkre purchasing el..
whi.r. 1'Th.y have been in operation for meily
t yelar, and give uni.versal satisfsction.
te All orders filled wite ditpetch.
ot thelier to Edward J. Gay, of this parish,
Sfor whom I put up a train last yeas. Ablm to .
c. 'dll·. who has had a train sevel years is
;h ultls tul opea1lol. cbi.t-eIy
it REWA III) of 600 will be given for the ap
U r iaretsrusiolunf rltuawayy hlarlee, Joe
tny I sleldaJn .-or '* lour thle ar.vst and dlelivrry oU
a. i ea.c of said slave, to ilr Iender ignel .
( IIAKI.ES Ia about l:it years old- ft 9 icn.
high. black. stout, with heavy, egly looking
t c'ulntelance, and iengl. bushy head ul hair, and
y belongs to Charles Nettleton.
. JOE is a gril-about u19 rl. old-5 . S in.
highb, stout, speaks in a very sow. drawiling sn.
tier. ant has a large mole on one mse of his neck;
~ and JOSH. bs lather, a getd lookingt old ,herkey,
r, aged about 50 years. 5 It. Me in. hig-will weigh
r aiout 4I lb., and belongs to Mrs. Mary Laugh.
As these negroes are mspposed to heve lcn
harl.errtd. all iserttes are herety icotiled that the
prleullties of the law wll be strictly eadesed
agaist anr y one eseea~lieeg ti harboring same.
LAL'tel.IN & NEf'rf ETON,
"Down Hone" Place.
my-S teased River, Ibervile, La.
Frm the sabeerite sheat le of April,
Mee bay named LUCKV, a crpqr by
trade, bhear blilt, seer wio oAe eye,
about 5 beet 7 ot 8 inches high, spraks EauiseL
ontly. and that with an Atricsa accetl; a will
he paid loi his sale delivery io uay jail in the
State, and ieotiying me of tle fact.
Mt. St.'HLArTRE, Jr..
Bavou Jacob Parish a' Iberville.
From sa resideeL e i bye
Plqsuesnae, one mile below In
iau Village, a Bey msm Mlet
medius t... ala ,tge old. .A Iaal re
ward will be givea ir hais rLcIver I ,l
S. M. WsICY Lat , iA. . I. .,
FOMeI.wrll o ul c rfomS LiA.
SESPECTFULLY olierhis s.e .
riMaditnl Aith- e- ..... ý "
*urro P arhels.
Dr. ws l.llt7v l is Ipeer t a lnillctl e
Plraq eaeu. M u ainjtlpen jo sait h istesed
to b Ir 'rofesiri. T";owu l w o itil
soy blllf h of
Will •lwyirt diqdv ltolw i Ha W.
Pis uis e t e, Iby ma Igi e.t esoetess s ,
en Eirymormadse hi .a tlt he ebdeg
hal ssiwem so IaM elicG wish ebsIhs& ash.
dems, sisbm Tes ee swsh, will k wadueci
myClr BALT/RAE l hIoW.
alO.ih TEuLAaatlet y
lab-wiM euigy . rg tlbpem
I3Anvot4Aij~C7~T ~ i~