Newspaper Page Text
- ILAQUEMINE. PAISH OF IBERVILLE. LA.. ULY 0, Si. OL SEI ES--V.
N~EIE-OL ,NO2. _ _ _ JL 2~- ~1 OI SRES-O. 4NO 8
W. 1. HAMILTON, (
ATOINNY AT LAW,
iAVik located at Plaquemine will devote
hbi espre attention to the practice of his F
PFesion I the Parishes of
bevilslaut gaM West Baton Rouge.
e rs y soliaitb the patronage of his old
friends sad . public generally, who can al.
ways nd h4 at his O.ce on Main Street
mear the House, between the hours of 9
A. M. .d M., unl otherwise profession
aqemle A. oclGmh23.
AtvD U. sAt , I. w. rors,
PlaqIues' West Baton R:ouge,
lbearill, .Baton Rouge P. O., La A
Barsm In' Pope,
emu.s e.a £mieeo.ers L.w, A
W ILL practies theirwrofesion in the parish- a
as of West and F.t Baton Rouge, lber.
ville, Point Coupee and Vest FelicianL; the Su
pem Court of Louisiansand the United States
tr saia Circuit Court. at New Orleans.
Z . Z. 3R.s,
AItterey at Law mad
JstisUce 4 the Peace,
ETOLee on Main steet. aug6
isLmel L. al..,
dettersey at Law,
Tyler, Smith County, Texas,
W ILL practice law and collet claims in the j
eeunties of Harrison. Panol, Ru+k, Smith, Ii
Wood, Upshur, Cams and Marion, ad in the Fed
eral ald Supreme Courts at Tyle. my26
DENJ. N. DEBLIEUX, I
lttorasey at LaW,
IPaqmemise, lberville Parish, Luisianta,
WILL devote his whole attention tthe prac
-V ee of their profession in all tlbeCourts of
the Sitth Jimicial District. je23
Attorney aad Counsellor at )raw,
(0.~1 assoe ZetIs sbavo, , Esq.)
JteY PLAQURMINR, JA.
srveper r CvU Em stseer, -
Baton Rouge, La.
'WILL attend to calls in the Parish of Ibervile,
for earyig leads, mappiig, Plaut atiur
levelling, mesing canals and, levees, draugt- I
i"g arebittMral designp, he. novU
G. I. WILBOIT,
ottes Mi Sagar asteor and Comoaision
jr. $Q emndgt AL., loe Orleas
Pagept sesnies iven to ll coansignments.
I. ra.Mef, " . ON uILNs..
SUAKUS * K NrEAL,
HO USE PAIfNTERS, GLAZIER S
upwl PLAQUEMINE., LA
NAasess&m r S hmUes,
Wm.1sR. Oareins sad
+ i.maes m Merebam. s,
ML -ZAQ'16 moo.
Pasutieudaratutliom given to consignments
ef tgad Melaus, snd to Alling orders for
Weses P.e. i•mn6-tf
U. iLVhMebL 6 inaormsbher fieade
aAbe r Pie r igsamsesl,t she has op-el a
t hr sddeas Mml Te tLales
T f~' as is sder the harge
?r Class€ , h ti ht b1, b ey Principal,
aidsdb esieitaet teieehrs.
The uen er e i seAl be comple in the
Wolish and Pseah leagug and otr bra--h
.ets. . lw 69 *bc
_. . - 11 d00.
. h. - 300
shi and ishI- 3 00
s- L im....s - r mtai Voel, tf 00
-r work'v~m, wil- e taught by
..Pl t Prim,.!
F a rofsy IbevflmeI
abbe Y' L~et e ean
inr4-h ab .it th
inadi na hr Mather
E~~~~ shis s·liatee3 1
DaIT QOODuS Al A
H E is again on hand with the irst and finuest
s1 stock of
April It/l, :8*1.
Goods for radies' Dreses,
New and Splendid Jewelry.
AN EXTENSIVE STOU OF D;
Roady Made Clothing,
AND ARTICLES Of
Getltemenh's W"atalrobc, wt
in all their variety,
And a splendil supply of la
AIAN('Y GOODS GENItALLY, lie
A description of which is impalssilie in the lim
its of this advertisement, Call as examine is
all I desire--buying is certain to renlIt.
2Q1Dry and Fancy Goods Department in room
nearest the corner.
7"Ladies are particularly requested to give
us a call that we may show themthe handsonm
eat and cheapest goods they have yet seen.
GABRIEl. BROWN, by
apl3 Double Store, Main near Bank at.
NEW GROCERY STORE.
WJOLEzALM dEETAr -(
Oua. N. . OWE & 00 D
TAKE. this method of informing their friends
and the public generally of the Parish of
Iberville, that they have just opened and estab
WgbTolossalo ds IRotail
PRODUCE & GROCERY STORE
In the IDouble Brick Store, in Desoboy's Row,
recently occupied by J. McWilliams & Co., un
the corner of Main and Plaquemine streets. r
Their stock comparses a complete list. as well
as it could be madle at the startof all articles for
Framtily d" Plantation iUse,
usually found its a Grocery store, besides a
large and splen.hd assortment of
At a more convenient time, a last of the lead
ing articles in their Establishbent, such as fam
ines generally require, will be given.
The public nay rely upon it,that these articles
are all fresh and petlect, and will be put at the
lowest possible igure to our customers. apl3
BeoS and M.oe .Maker,
Take this occasion to thank his
l patrons for their past patronage, and
to inf m them that he is at present
locartl on Main street, first house
above Ross & Gallagher's store, in the house re
cently occupied by leihler Bros., Tailors, where
customers will find that he will continue his
work with the same punctuality, perfection and
dispateh that has hitherto charagrized it. He
guarantees that no work can sepass his i point
df tyle, anish, It end durabiltyC oct27
,4 KETTLE E TTI.W.
A Laber ot Yeasq seduced to a
HAVING been induced by frequent solicita.
tion, to make public the science of Kettle
Setting that I practice, 1 eby give noticeto all
penrso desiring to acquire a knowledge of the
art, that 1 will give them instructions for the
Betting of Kettles, for either wood or coal, on ap
plication to me.
My system is based upon principles, the plan
sibility and correetness of which admit of no con
tradiction, which are quickly and fully cempre
to headed, a9d therefore not liable to be easily for.
I have models for five diferent constructions
of Kettles, and designs by which Instruelon is
made ky, and the mat soon acquired. Copies
of d or drawinp amre given to those whom
I Instruct. All those to wheb I teach my sys
tea, are alsomisted by my rvines, if required.
Instretiss are only given to those wjbo have
been three or four years at the businessof Kettle
setting, snd r ood workme.
For fert prtl c inui by letter or
e otherwise, o unders . ed
Pssmtam, (Pshe Ibervil)La , Feb. as, te.
tfeJr to-Dr. C. Clement, Iberville.
" Louis Desobry, Sr.,
" Gervais & Roman Scbatre,
* ' John Schlatre,
S SylvJar Mariosassax,
S EdwardJ. Gay,
.- L. C. Wood. , West Batem RUsae.
" Dm. H. Hieiks, do
" ThompsoJ. lird, East Bateakene.
ad F. L.rrLEE ,
'y Facy Laker sad o fectleser,
RESPECTFULLY isform familiesl
* m! oter of Plaquemis and Ibetr-I
will, that he isratrall tim prepaed to
-aerish p i with Cake end Cqfduary ins
every styl, and manfaturemd in a manner not
de mrpessdu . Hyillw . llr ·ha thh
Stlt may be reamired in his line at tU thate t
Soda, and em the met reasonable terms.
Brnery at the orner of Bauk and Greond
s ets. .y12
'- are happy to inform our friends sad pa.
Vi tra and the publEic nerally, that the
aboaer "A . masoiis our cargo of
0 qe krsa ear
ik ICE B5TADIUERENT•
*e isnw eedy to oderi. The artidejC isk of
the past aad beat descriptioa, and will be sold
ad delivemdto ear eIstomers as usual. Our
-, lI c e i ow fated up im a aty 1 ea to i
a rtin e sablishmeat ia the Slate.
VLSSIRB A DUBUCL.T.
-.AItCOa r L respectfully
r· hisfrinds rad the puble that he
timme at hiae lu esad e ai .
d his brothes,' Tailor eand is
F ewamat hee e 7Ush suatl
a lter, at Lieslgtim ag
MISC EI LAN1EOUS.
$. A. IEAN1LT,
Apothecary, Chemiast and Drug
Corner . laint and Bank strrets,
lefs leave to call the attention of
his fli nds acnd the public in general to
Newly Si 8l'cted Stock
which he gnaranteespurt.
l'hysicians' preseiplti'ns wi' receive putrtiu
lar altentio, at all houls of the day or iight.
The I'atr.urige of the I.bhlicis xeo.ecteully so
I'laquemino, July 10, 1860.
-T LA:ltI -Lafitte, Leuille, Cl&tcau
t Margaux, &c., for sale by
jyn e R. A. KEARNY.
by I jv*l It A. KEARNY.
CI;AiUS-FI",r nhtse ralntirinº. a fitio
Cigar, I can offer ilducenet sehhmli met
with. for sale by
jvi R. A. ERtUNY.
S1 ARDL)N StEl:UD--.w Cr kt-cv
ery Variety-Turnip, Red Top, ald Fiat
Dutch, for sale by
jyl4 R. A. KE NY.
CUTlElUY- tA now aml bleautiul as
sortmeent of Pen Knives just reeeiwl and
ale low by I. A. KEAlNY
1)AINTS, Oils, Varnishes, Bushes,
I Window Glass, lutty, &e., I;r saleey
t ly14 II. A. KEAINY.
rpotliACCO--*mkinig and Chlwing,
. I several quuliliLs, for sale by
j14y _ . A. KIRNY
NisW - OROEANI.
Bayou Sara Lail Lino Compap y.
. Sumwmr Arrangement,
e F"OR Bayou Sara ad the Coast, the new 1w
i' pressue passcener packet
i. A.Cottea,--Capt. V. B.Zaerno,
Leaved New Orleans
Every Sundaydtorning at 9 o'clock,
V" WetneLay 9
" Friday " 9 "
i Retnrnineg-leave Bayou Sara every Munty,
nt Thursday and Friely, at s a. m.
F For Fort Adeam,Tuniea, Morgaass, Baps
arSuatnd the Coast,
,is The fine Passenge'racket
ad ACAI)IA......... Capt. I. .CRS1
to Leaves New Orlans every Monday and Tris
nt day Evening, at 5 ;clock, extending her tripen
Thursday as tliar upas Fort Adams. (ni
Oarriage rlasming 1stabllblsh t.
tie GUSTAV$ RINGWALD
all Succetor to CH t a* Viir & Co., at the d
he staudit A. W. Soor.
he aspectl ly informs the pedle
`P oflberville and West H aln
R e that having purchasedlat
athonterest of his partner, hei
e teend carrying on he same line of busines, th
su the manufactureof all kinds of
Saddl q nd lHarunes
m Aad the aln d aiatalngf
is arraIh d aggles.
"es And everything kpt in a similar establishwst
m N. B.-No Repting done on CREDIT.
f* Plaoaemine, No. 12th, 1859. r
t* H rsIE BROTHELIR&
Ladiel Dress Goods
thy particularly fl attention to, as also eir
*. extensive stock o
° Readygade Clothing,
They will not etend to give a list of eir
stock is the eomnse of an advertisemeantut
request all who artin want of
ge. to give them a e as they feel fully ese
that p nurchasers notgo away from theirpn
dimaisheed )231 IIAASE BR4"
T mKrtw P4ei. NAIrEw K'ctlTN.
attgin. as.a mme s maW
S Tombs, Headstones, ~c.,
s 8. W. Corner of lashington Avenue and ,
Sand 95 Wasuhigton Avenue, between 4t
- d 5th stretrs,
jef WT. .oUIm , Ut
the afro-.enon Labanve, Plaqemine,
of Michedleebrt, lherviae,
Rot4h qblieux & Cndo.
Cap.tlinided, W t Baton ong
[ PI5HiN IPE-PROO0
SIatesot by a K, maz U. 1.
TH'E mos! durble Ro
say peat adthe country
csa e e, s$ hby letter or a
DT. sinob i.ed
- For speaimve futber patielmh , m
at the Post O~idlPHILIP BEELELN,
I he P l-qumine,L Lm
rr TATIO *Y-Lotter, Cap and N.
id U Palper; Envpe, all kids; Blank 'hool
,ae' semem l by _
r. jyl4 A. KEARNR
0/Ac. ef Southftra ''.'t'! In: uv, aan, C.,
OF )lA'7., h.vt. e:. S
IN ('ONFORMITY wit!, the raiuirmenr: of
tl.ir chla:rt a . the hSi"I.' TlE:I NI.L 1I Al.
INSL'RANCE ('(.' I1 ANY 1aub.hh the ,,i,,
Aa:uunt pretiur:'na recrived from F I.
roury ltI, 1a4t, to Febh'ry 1t, 10a,. }:;',2a:t,.G
A9 FuLL(.WS •
Preuiuma on Fir. lik. ...... $*' .'3:t ".'
" " aritt.u 1.'..... ";'" I
" " ILivcr "". . 4t,"...
I'remnium on nnt,.rnrir!nlt'd li-i. i tlrll
saty lt, 1;2t1 ...... ........... ....? 1't 14 :
$l;,..t 1li 11
Less premiumas on Risks not terminated .tt :V 71 i
NetI earned premiumln for the year ending
` 1 j IArlluary, I:;t ................ 74 i,,'JU 70 11
IIjsse paida dM'at' 0i cam jrs,!
"( O SLosLs I;L5 NTI'I.CD."r
On Firo Ri.k .............l..$'Nf 1 73
.l re.rit. I.iat, ,......... 1,.... 1.1
I~ltr 1ha.............a . . Iit! 1
Ettnses during year as above 7,:2 .:
r i3,3'ru 3',i
N:tt earnmel I'rfit f.r the year endline
Fga,ruart It, 1;ul ................$19,11 Sa
TheColamp: y have the Ibil.iwng A-,a i~:
Bills ri iv.able, ftr prn.iam.s ........$ 5 5,C431 2l
ills recivable, I ar bhlance du ,t, onlark
N ,I ,.... ........................ !5"!,)' 1 ;1 9 1
(n'sh , talanr. on hI and ................ 1J ,.01:l ;1
h;,tralte btl l.y N1ew ..Jria .Agruta .... 3;41 5',
Ulaalsceuae by New U.):.uas Aga-uay .. 3,:li ,a.,
Total aerets ....................$..1,70U Ct
(Sigh,e,!) WM. S. PIKE, I'rea't.
F. R.. llEtna'r. Sc'y.
Batuu ihouge, February 2J, ;81.
STAT'IE OF I.OUISIANA, $
PAUlsn or E. Baroa Ioros, Feb, 1. 1861.
Be it rme'nubread. That on this first day of Feb
ruary, Il61, belore me the subscriber, a Justice
of the Peace in ant Ifor the parish aforesaid, per
sonally appeared Wmn. 8. Pike. l'rerident, and
F. E. Hobelt. Secretary of the southern Mutual
a Insurance (ompany, nl Baton Rouge, who being
duly sworn accordin, to law do dclpose and say
that the abive accounts are just and trite, atld a
coricct transcript Irom the boouks of said CoGtpa.
(Signed) WM. S. PIKE, Prsident.
F. E. Haurar, Secretary,
Sworn to and subscribctl before me, this s
I cond day of February, 1801.
[Sgnerd] P. A. WALKER,
Justice of the Peace.
(Signed) P. A. WALKER,
Justice of the Peace.
Oprics SoTrltant MiUTUAL Iasortaca Co., ?
Baton Rouge. Feb. 4th, b1661.
At a meeting of the Board of Directors, helk
this day, it was Resolved. To par si per ce in
terest on the outstanding Scrip, eigAt per cent to
Stockholders on premiums paid by them for the
year ending 1st February, 1861, and to declare a
dividend of ifty per cent on the nett earned pre
miums of the Comilany for the year ending 31st
January, 1861, for which certificates will be is.
sued on and after the Ist day of March next.
It was furthe RasoladL , To redbem the outstand
ing Scrip for the year 1858, on presentation at the
office of the Company.
FT'The Stockholders are hereby notified that
an election for ten Directors and fifteen 'Trustees
to serve for the ensuing year, will be held at the
[ office of the Company, on Thursday, the 14th of
nmh30 P. E. IIEBERT,Sec'y.
Improved Stlbble Shaver.
A number of the above important article, so
useful in facilitating the culture of the
sugarcane,-invented by J. Ai.LTss,and pe~eted
by .he mudersigned-has been manufactured and
is now on hand for sale in New Orleans by
GEO. W. SISER, corner of Camp and Poydras,
Agent for the sale of the machine in that city.
the undereigned has upwards of semunt certi
ficates from the best planters.in Louisiana, who
r have witnessed the operations of the Stuable
t Saerr in various soils; al there can be no
questions of the fact that It meets-and fully
meets-all the requirements and desideratums
that could be needed or desired for performing
i cleanly, neatly and perfectly the work for which
it was invented to perform, and in which per
formance it does the labor of at iestffIerheaneds
with the hoe It will aiseo shave from 2 to 50
ares without sharpening. The prica asked for
them will be found to be surprisingly small con-.
• aidering the price paid for their manufacture.
Planters wantinl the Stubbe Staw will please
addres GEO. W, SISER, New Orleans or to
oct 13 A. ST. DIZIER, Plaquemine:
Or to J. MoWsaLrlas.
NEW" BOY'S SOCOOL.
Opp'eito0. LmrtAt fAe rusideo qf LA.
1E Mr. T7Is.
THR ud ighed baving establiebed himself
hee permanently, for the p.rposef o
Teaching, otra his services to the citizens of
Plaquemine and vicinity for conduceting a
BOY'S SCHOOL, in the FRENCHI amnd ENG
He ezpeets to commence about Ite sat of
this month. Being determined to devote hies
energies to the instruction of those under his
care, he trusts to receive a liberal sham of the
patroege of parents ad roardians.
Nommle Ecolde Asglais 4 Fraucaie.
TE 8SOUSSIGNE shtast btais d'me manieei
S permanente b Plaquemine, re.peeta.use
ml a bes services aU citoyees de P'endroit
et di visinage dana les apitia de maltle
d'sele aie p t la langue glaise, Ct 1 , l.
gee Paanh s1 Lecateet eitq vis-a-vs Mr.
Osar kp e atefoi la residence de M.
SALLpem Clerk's On o
thIssPabh hs W uot settle their
bills on dem anre hnby ,at writs
of lerie faeias will ise qgninlo ir s-i
curitiee at oWe.
pje K. A. NIUVAN, OCit
J. Zit \11,VI,I:.'8I & CO.
J. M WILti\t ('CiLA CLEw'.NT, JR.
J. IX'WiWT.ZAI S & CO.,
NEW FAII (()(OI)S
September 8, 1860.
To the Pecplet of 1ucrillic *.d West Ca- W
W " have r,ow o-pen and ready for 'xhihitmon iI
a L.iG E A.D VARIED ALIE UR.
Full antd U'inter Gewods,
I-,,,-ht direct from import,.r anld marnufacturers.
' .. tleu r:icIte a low at t i t . l fy, a lmon them)
si; I be tsouid
Bilachled Cotton Shirtings t,
and Sheet ings; L
Ah wi,ths. arld se-me very fi:e quality; a
i:uiash. anld Frcu hI Cottous, best make, fine, t(
cult und tiutred's 1.
rUnlleachl,d dSultmArs and Slhecling+
Ilhavy 'iaii and Tl'willed Lowels.
French. Frlish ntd American, 6from to 7 et.
per ya ,i-tl~e tit:zist madl. I
dcsirable ptt, rl:s.
Dress Goods. h
In this depattmellt our stock is largo and the as- t
s~s rtnellut varied, consilstug of
'i:'ks ,1(d l'tpliiis, new etyle- ;
It)e laie's aid ('ablarerc. lai and printed; J'
U!ack Silks,. pla and tir~ured.
Ladies and Misses' Cloaks.
We have iii this line a large and varied as
sortminut, precluding all possibility of a descrip.
tiou. They were purchased dnect from the it
nmalnufacturers, and are offered at prices varying b
Irom 55i to S"". o
Ready-Made Clothing. f,
The larg:est, hIest ard1 cheapest :tock over bro't &
to the parish. Men's suits compose-from 65 c
50 to 6t0. Call awil se them.
Boys' & Youths' Clothing. s
Suits. for Boys from :4 to 20 years of age, rang- ti
ilg in pldC htrom $5 to $18. It
Shirts and Drawers.
Nearly every size and style made. ti
We have in the above a very large and varied (1
assortme:,t, comprising the latest and most lash- .
ionable styles. Among them are
Richly Embroidered Valencienne Setts;
do do Linen and Pique Setts; a
Plain Linen Setts and Collars; d
Japanese do new styles; ,
Richly Embroidered L. C. Handkerclhiefs;
Plain Hem-stitched do;,
Mourning do do-some extra fine 11
Ladies' Plain do, from 10e to the finest quality s
Gentlemen's do, a large assortment. I
Carpets and Rugs. e
The most complete lot ever brought to this f
section of the country-some very rich-which t
can be seen in the third story of our store, and
for sale very cheap. Call and see.
Fancy Notion Department
In this we defy competition, both for variety t
and price. Among them are Fans, some extra
rich; Puff and Powhdr boxes, extra rich; Ladies'
Portmonnaies; Work Boxes and Dressing Cases;
Writing Desks, assorted sizes. t
Hats and Caps. c
Men's Hats, trom 50 cents to 58 50, new style.;
Boys' Hats and Caps, from 25 cents to $2 50.
Ladies' hiding Hats,'&c. c
Misses' Hats, at aboutlMannufacturerr' prices. I
1 Expecting to be in our NEW STORE for
the early Fall trade, we purchased a large lot of t
the above, but having no convenient place to
keep them, are offering them at a bargain.
Ladies', Mlsses' and Chil
We have a lot d th above made specially yr
lenes and Boys' Boots and
Creole style, and made to order.
Hardware and Cutlery.
In this department we are constantly making I
additions to our assortment, keeping up with the
improvement of the age in every article new
The t anJd RieAet eeur bro'l to Iberetle.
Among the stock we have ten of the best Stod
dard Gold Watches, made to order, 20 setts Pine
and Ear Rings; Bracelets, Finger Ring; $3,000
worth of Diamond Rings and Pins, some very
rich Gold Vest and Fob Chains, Thimbles and
Brushes and Basket&s
The best lot ever seen in any country store.
S Paints and 011Oils
The best made in the United States.
Direct from the New York Customhouse, from
$3 to to t4a gallo. Champaga--1I baskets
of the Duke of Montibello.
A complete amortset always on hand.
& iOSWW.U.A * 00.
rsep~ Bank st., laqneemine, La.
' oot mad Shoemaker.
- The business hereto(ao
carried on by B. Gs.ssa,i
be eonducted in future by
of Mae ret, and he trusts that hias attention to
beies and endeavom to please his utom
a ste muer ibwhich his work ia des,
il reit tihe calialsed patoag of Ms
friends end the puislic.
myS-ma. FRANK GLASER.
At Sto per Thousand.
LEAVE FOR SALE,
I5ase U ,A. I B3N4CaE
Tj THEO. BLANCE ARD
1Csa r nca sh. Afl , to
myd CS N. gO'L &
Pnblishcd eli ry Saturday by
W. P. BRADBURN,
EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR.
ThIE II.º:0I1 oW Pi'RIVATE LIFE.-Th:
hieroi.m tf plriv ate life, the slow In
chr:,niclcd muart vrdout. of the heart,
who shall rcrmncmber ? (reater tbai:
any knight, d(ragon-slahyer of old, is the
11011 who overcomets tanll unholy ,assitoti,
st t: his; ft,ot upon it andti stands serene
and strong, in virtue. Grander than
7ZAmba is tflt woman who struggles
with u Ia le th.at would wrong another
c- disgrace her ownI soul and conquers.
'lht young man, ardent and tender who
turts f'romn thll' dear love ,f woman, and
buries ,,cp in his heart the sweet in
stiict of raternity to devote himself to
the care a:ti. sulpport of an aged parent
,or It untfortul,.tt1 sister, and wihose life
is a lIlL s'criliti, i:ln nra:ti clhee(rfulness
:uLd unajesvtic utrllttplaint, is a hero of
the rarest typel,--tý, type of Charles
I.arl,. I have knuow tbut two such.
The young womtuan who lrtolutely stays
with father and mother in te old holre,
while brothers anld st 4ers gc, forth to
halpy holles of their own, wl", cheer
fully lays ulolt the altar of lilial auty, .
that costlic:t of human sacrifice--te
joy of loving and being loved-she IL
a heroine. I have known many such.
The husband who gIoes home from the
weary routine an(d the perplexing cares
of business with a cheerful smile and
loving word for his invalid wife ; who
brings not against her the grevious si1i
of her qickess. and reproaches her not
for the ~0For discomfort thereof ; who
sees in her languid eye something dear
er than girl's laughter ; in the sad face
and faded checks that blossoms into
smiles at his coining something lovelier
than the old time spring roses--e is a
hero. I think I know one such. The
wife who bears the burden of life--ven
though it be the larger part,-bravely,
cheerfully, never dreaming that she is a
heroine, much less a martyr ; who bears
with the faults of her husband, not al
together congenial, with loving patienee
and a large charity, and with a noble
decision hiding them from the world ;
who makes no confidants and asks no
confidence ; who refrains from brooding
in sympathy and sentiment, and from
seeking perilous aflnities, who does not
build high tragedy sorrows on the in
evitable, nor feel an earthquake in every
family jar ; who sees her husband uni
ted with herself indissolubly and eter
nally in their children-she, the wife ifi
every truth in the inward as in the out
ward, is the heroine, though rather an
A Srtcaunox.--A correspondent of
the Fredericksburg Herald suggests,
considerately, that the Confederate
States sell their interest in the late U.
S. Navy to Great Britain, with the un
derstanding that she demand the same
in ships of war. The idea is not a bad
one, We paid our full proportion to
the building of that navy, and have a
good right of property in the same, and
may lawfully dispose of it. We can
afford to sell to England or France a
first rate bargain, on condition, that the
purchaser shall immediately reduce the
property to possession. Let those Pow
ers know of our readiness to selL
- ,. I
ROTH, DEBLIEUX & CO.
T. IOTr....... actA DItLiIUO.....o. AalotsanatZ
NE W PIRM.
Vil, aiam &00.,
AND DSALRUS IN
nry a@ooe alshbeg. reowe,l
I hardware, Creekery, Uaddeiry,
Carpets and Mattings.
TN STDRE always a ine assortment of Car.
I p.lts and Mattings, which we ofer at it,
Sprices. Carpets at 30e to SI 50 per yard-Ma-i
ting. at 25 to Soe.
sept5 ROTH, DEBLIEUX & CO.
100 BBL. Richard' Cpe Lame;
Sdo. Thomueston Lime.
The above as fresh, and a superior article fe
sepl5 ROTII, DEBLIEUX & CO.
500 Monkey Jadrketus
400 PAIRS Kersey PaUts
l 000 pairs Rasets;
05 bbs. bet Lard Oil;
Sdo best bleached Whale Oil
Now ta store and for sale by .
Boots sat shoes.
@TE have now in stores s m U d
VI various atyleo tr ius5, ets;g
Youtlhsaud Childre; eieekled bsm a-m
ufactries, wrich we ean ese at lowDies.
aug9e RO¶TDEBLIMUX & CO.
rwluryl t·owd'yl hewelb
tE ali ew edsiet a La lfat t sew
this line, will had it t 6o thir r aeil