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Pittiom of the National Ameica n ti
Party.
1st. An humble acknowledgement to the
Sup,reme being forHis protecting care vouch
safed to our fathers in their successful revo
intionarV struggle. and hitherto manifested to
u-. their descendants, in the perservation or
the lihbrties. the independence and the union
o, these States.
I'. The 1,er1etuation of the he.teral Union.
and Cousitution, as the palladium ol our civil
adt religious libe.rties, and the only sure bul
wark of American independence.
:td. Americans must rnle America: and
to this end native born citizens should be se
eleted otr all State, federal and municipal
ofltices or governlment employment, in pre
ference to all others.
4th. Persons born of A nerican parents re
sidinig temporadlyv abroad should be entitled
to all the rightsof a native horn citizen.
5th. No person should'be selected for po
litical station (whether of native or foreign
, birth) who recognizes any allegiance or obli
gationo1 arly description to any foreign prince,
potettate or power, or who refuses to recog
nize the F -deral and State Constitutions
(each within its sphere) as paramount to all
- ',er laws, as rules of political action.
6th. The unqualified recognition and main
tainance of the reserved! rights of the several
States, anl the cultivation of harmony and fra
ternal good will between the citizens of the
several States.and to this endl, non-interference
by Congress with questions appertai n in solely
to the individual States, and non-iste vsention
by each State with the affairs o alny other
St .te
7th. The recognition of the right of the na
tive-horn and naturalized citizens'ithe United
States. permanently residing in any Te ritory
thereof. to frame their constitution and laws.
and to regulate their domestic and social af
fairs in their own mode. subject only to the
provisions of the Federal Cons'itution, with
the privilege ofadmission into the Union when
ever they have the requisite population for one
Repr tsentltive in Congress. provided always.
that none but those whoare citizens of the UC i
ted States. under the constitution and laws
thereof, and who have a fixed residence in any
such Territory. ought to participate in the tbr
ination of the constitution, or it the enact
ment of laws for said Territory or State.
8th. An enforcement of the principle that
* ) State or Territory oughtto ad mit others than
native horn citizens to the right of suffrage, or
of holding political office.
9th. A change in the laws of natrralization
making a continued residence of twenty-one
'ears.of all not heretofore provided for, an
indispensible requisite for citizenship hereaf
ter, and excluding all paupers and persons
convicted of crime, from landing upon our
shores; but no interference with the vested
rights of foreigners.
10th. Opposition to any union between
Church and State; no interft rence with reli
gious faith, or worship, and no test oaths for
otffice.
1 ith.. Free and thorough investigation into
any and all alleged abuses of public function
aries. and a strict economy in public expend
itures..
12th. The maintenance and enforcement of
all laws constitutionally enacted. unttil said
laws shall be repealed, or shall ibe declared
null and voidby competent judicial authority.
13th Opposition t, the reckless and unwise
policy of the present Administration in the
general management of our national aflairs,
and more especially as shown in removing
Americans (by desigjnation) and conservatives
in principle. from office, and placing forigners
and ultraists in their places; as shown in a
truckling su'bserviency to the stronger, and
an insolent and cowardly bravado towards
the weaker powers: as shown in re-openng
sectional agitation, by the repeal of the Mis
souri Compromise; as shown in granting to
unnaturalized foreigners the right of suffrage
in Kansas and Nebraska; as shown in its
vascilating course on the Kansas and Nebras
ka question; as shown in the corruptions
which pervade some of the departments of the
Government; as shown in disgrailng merito
rious naval officers thronuh preumdice or ca
price; and as shown in the blundering mis
mana ement of our foreign relations.
14 :'`Therefore, to remedy existing evils.
and prevent the disastrous consequences oth
erwise resulting therefrom we would build
up the '-American party" upon the princi
ples hereinbefore stated.
15th. That each State Council shall have
authority to amend their several constitutions
so as to abolish the several degrees, and in
stitute a pledge of honor instead of other
obligations for fellowship and admission into
the party.
16th. A free and open discussion. el all po
litical principles embraced in our platform.
Programme du Parti Americain.
OFFICIEL.
ler D'humbles actions de grace i l'Etre
Supreme qui regit 1'Univers, pour avoir se
coiru nos enc6tres dans leur triomphante lut
te rbvolutionnaire, et pour la protection qu'dl
n'a pa, cess6 d'accorder, a nous, leurs descen
dants. dans le maintien des libertis, de Fin
ddpendance et de l' Union de ces Etats;
2me La perpetuation de I'Union Fdd6rale,
- I4 palladium de nos libert6s civile et reli
gieuse,-la plus sfire garantie de Pind6pen
dance americaine;
ame Leas Amdricains doivent gouverner
l'Amnrique; et pour parvenir i ce but, lea
citoyens n.s sur leo sol devtont remplir tous
les emplois d'Etat, de marne que toutes les
fonctions fdd6rales on monicipales, de pr6fe
rence aux citoyens natpralis6s;
4me Les personnes ries de parents am6ri
cains r6sident tempoirirement a l'6tranger.
jouiront des tous les droits et privileges des
citoyens n6s sur le sol ;
5me Aucun citoyen (qu'il soit ne aux Etats
Unis ou A r6tranger) ne dexra 6tre eboisi pour
occuper des fonctious politiques, s'il reconnait
devoir une alltgeance ou obeissance qualcon
que A quelque prince, potentat ou pourvoir
etrangers que cesoit; ouwel refuse d'admet
tre, que dans toute action politioue, lea Cons
titutions Fl$drale et d'Etat (chaeaue dans a
sphere) ddivent Stre consid6r6es Econe ia loi
Supreme;
Umie La reconnaissance et 16 maintien sans
conditions, des droits reserv6s aUx divers
Etats; lentretien de l'harmonie et d'une
bienveillante fraternit6 entra les Citoyens des
divers Etats; et, pour arriver 1' ce r&sultat,
Ia non-intervention du Congras dans les quesi
ticts interessant sp.eialement chaque Etat,
.-et t non-intprvention d'aucun Etat, daos
lea affaires particulibres d'un autre Etat;
lme La reconnaissance du droit qu'ont lea
cltoyens natifs on naturalises des Etata-Unis,
demeurant d'une manilre permanente dans
aucun. de nos Territoires, de formuler leur Con
stitutioa et lears lois, et de r6gler a leer grb
leurs aLfairs domestiques et sociales, en se
conformant auidispositions de la Coastitution
federate. -la reeconnaissance de leur droit
n'Mtmission dans.l'Union, d1 qu'il auront la
) dopulation necessaire pour prdtendre a un re
rt'sent an Congres,-pourvu toutefois, que
eul intre qu'un citoyen des Etats-Unis, d'a
are it Constitution et lea lois federales, ay
upn : a residence l;ve dans ces Territoires.
;' r.:ra iparticwpe ormtaion de la Cons
" titution on a i'adoption des lois du dit Terr
uýtre oU irat;
8me L'application du principe quae. dans les
Le Etats on Territoires, nul ne devra etre admis
r- to droit de suffrage, on etre 4lu & des fone
'- -ions poli'iques. s'il n'est citoyen des Etate
to :nis; To
o01 me L'amendement de nos lois de naturali
U' sation, dtclarant qu une residence continue
le 21 ans, est . l'avenir indispensable pour
,h ledveir citoven des Etats.Unis, et dlfendant thi
II 'entl6s d, notre sol a tons ,iendiaus et a Tu
- tons criminels; mais sans empietements des as I
droits :.qutis des strangers; ox1
1 lone Opposition i toutsalliance de 1'E;lise e
et de I'Etat: non-intervention en tout ce qui t
Sap partieitt an anlte oiu " la croyaLce religietase O
e- et aucun sertnunt requis comrne qualification
aux plIa't s.
e- l le tUn examen libre et entier de tous les o
ed bus qui peuvetnt etre commis par les fonction
naires publics et une stricte &cononie des
o- deniets dii peuple;
gun Iine Le maintien et lexucention de toutes
li- lois .onstitutionnellement 6tablies. jusqu'i ce
e, qu' elles soient abrogees. oo qu'elles aient Bte
- clares- nulles est non avenlues par unle au
tn toritt judiciuire competente;
al ie Opposition i la politique varillante
et inhabiln suivie par Valutiristration aetue
i- dats la direction .nrenrrale de nos al.tires
rl tlatemnales. ainsi i u'ele l'a dmqolutret plus par.
ta- iculiirement, e d1iclarant ides America ins
the (do.i.. n comme telh) et des conselvateurs, 1r n
ie pour conier leurs fonctions a ties 6,rantgers et
Iy d, ultras;-ainsi qu'ele I'a demoutre par sa r ,t
ion basse soumlisiont ia ceust qu'elle croyait lbrts, to
her et par ces lIiches ftnlarohtades euvers ceux U
Su'relle croyait faibres --ai.si qu elie i's
na- prouve en renonvellatrt i agitation sur les
ted questlons sectiofnelles, par le rappel du coom- si
ory promis du Missouri ;ainisi pu'eile Fa prouve
ws. en accordant le droit de suffrage a des atran
at'- gers flans le Kansas et le Nebraska;-ainsi
the qu'elle i'a prouve parses tergiversations dats
ith laqquestion du Kansaset du Nelaska;-ai nsi i'
en- quelle l'a prouv par la corruption dqt regne
ne lans quelques uns de', dparteines du gou -
vs. temtent ;-ainsi qu'elle I'a prouve par Is ieft
i- issure itnprimee par prevettion et par Ca
Ls price, sur des ofliciers distitngies lie notre ra- it
my rine nationale;-ainsi queue Ul'a prouve ettin. P
or- par ses erreurs si nonlbreuses dans nos rela
ct- tions avec les puisSinces etrangeres ;
14me En cons&lueCii'- pour remintier aux
hat mamux actuels. et pour pieteir les resultat A
han desastreux tlui peuvent survetir. ilOlIS nous ef
or iorceronsd'etablir le "Parti Ant lricain' surles
principes qu inous venoosd de dclarer;
oltr 15me Chaque Conseil d'Etat aura pouvoir
one ofantndet r ses divers's Conustitutionts, de uma
ian lrite a abolir les ditleren5s der6s. ety sub
saf- tituer util gae d:hotueur, au lieu ties autres
O ts oblations uttcessaires a l'admission dans le
our parti;
tted Hime La discussion libre et francehe de tots
les principes politiques coitetius dans notre
cen programte.
B U S I N E s C ,A ll D S .
SW. CAMEFROM, A RCHITE(CT BUILDER. Or
. ders can be sent through the .st r ,fiee.
A 'D)TAX BROTIFHR. FAMILY ebLA1. ri
if a 'rnrr Third and chulrch streets.
i AMFFi-.E P...T, ATrRNEY' A4 VO COUI, EL
lor at Law" Office Lith\,lhn ltHebert, Brutelv
Lauding. "E H
e TRNJAM1N TERRIEKR, GIN WHIEEL WRIGHT
Baton Rouge. ý ---- (;
I- Go. wISON., .Ie;. s.s,;.) tD ,. -
g . tal Painter. Third Street. Baton 1tu.
( C IARLLS RiUATON, BL.4 CKSMTU AT.ID WAG
C on a .sker. erry laudin. West Baton Rouge.
__ __ __ __ _ 1
d -.AW. )N 'U., f'HI rLE.I'AL .I.ar i ..re4Lti.
ealers in hats. Cap, ' artre r,
.eW Or,.ans. -
I RAN%,LIN lOC k IF. (.Y Le-.r ILlN'AW. 'ropre
SSlop ,on i il.N.El J S (.ceEAt. ri
" Store, corner laf:,yette and lauret :lets.
A YTT & FRAPER,. GENER.LA LA(;E.TtA.D
Lullsctors. Comuercialce, New rlaus.
- T. WA!IIdLL. DRUGGIST& CHEMIS2:. Cur
" ner Thirl and Church str,'ts._ _
ARIEY HOUSE. WILLIAM MARKhaX PRO
S Lpre to _ _r. e
e i t FAVRon ATT'RNEY at & CO NSELLOR
SL at Lawe. oineo at the Court House, 'elt iat-r .
on louge._---_
YWATTI & DKION. W'OLES.ALD L ANID RETAIL
SGrocers. Corner Churhud Laayette Street,
0 BatAn Itoite"
SWRIGHT &CV, VIILE DEALERIS
T SIMON, CLOTHIG .4A!) DRY OODfiL . Cor
eJ ner Laurel and Thir lr.dtHoet. itn dRoug'.
JOSEPJO MCKITRICK, L COA ELLO . A
L,,n ea. Baton Rouge..
T A. TROUSIDALE, DENTAL WIL,"E-;. I..
OHN TILANO, WORKER IN TIN, C'OIJ'ER
arnd Sheet Iron. Thiro St., Bat, n Rouge.
STAMES M H. MUSSELMAN, A'T, ORNEY .COU LO
L- r at Law. Office on Iaurel street.
SA. VIALKETT, DRUGGIST & CHEMI ST. Third
S street bet. Convention and North Boulevard.
J- T H. SHENCK, BRICK YARD & MILLS. Office
ia o Church opposite the Barney louse.
SW-. BRO-WN, ARCIGTECI & BUILDER. Orders
. can be sent throught the Poetollice.
IS n
JACOB PIPER, FULN1TCRdf WAREHOUSE &tc.
r Church c street., Bt e.
T OSEPH JOOR, ATTORNEY &A COUSELLOR AT
Law. Oplice with. P. A. Walker, J.. P1., on Church
* Law. Olice on Maia street.
Js T M. HcCUCHN, ATTORNEY COUNS ELLOR
r * at Law. Office on Laurel street.
tOSHUA BEAL, IVHOLESALE & RETAIL GRO.
1sr. HChurch atetet.
Lr JOLISS. G L, DEARLER I' PAINTS, OILS I
andHardwa. No. 11, opposite the arney oue. w
5 stn, NGew Orleans. b
OUIS KONDERT. FASHIONABLE BOOT AND
Shoe maker. taiayetle St.. Baton Rouge.
.it
SJ RS. C. HUi.TON, DRY GOODS AND BILLOI
nery. Th ird S treet, BLtou U.muge. "
S to are, Church St., L ttoa Rloge.
t, P. GREVPS, ATITORNEY4 COUNSELLOR AT
•is Law. Office on LayetteTreet, Baton Rouge,
SS S. HALL, ATTORNEY" & COUNSLLOR AT I
a Law. Office on Laurel leet.
re Watheset, r arney House.
i G. 8t P. FL MWGAD(, ATTOIIRNEYS COiONU 1
)f selire,at LOw, Office on laurel street.
la W F. TT1N.ARD kCO., ('4RRIAGE. IIARNESS
SaBea. RaIoe mt., next the City Hall.
us D. PHILLIPS, DRY GOODS AND CLOTH.
S trg. Corner Church and Lafayette Street
to, OGE. BOEL DRU';SGLT, CHEMIST. Lafayett'.
L- ait., eaer Ch'urch. y p
ADVERTISEMENTS.
PROCLAMATION
BY ROBERT C. WICKIAFFE,
Governor of the State of Loultsana. ss
To the Sheriff of the Parish of West JBaon
Reoge:
" oHiEREAI Electors for president and Vice Prcsi
. dent of the United States, are to be chosen for
this State on
STuesna y the Poarth day of November next,
I as proviod(l by :.va, as foltlow, to wit:
O.E Ele-ctr from the First Electoral District, cnntpos- bi
Sed of thle I'arishes of Ll'boielloline anti .:t. l.ernar, li,
the Thlid listrict of the City ot New iOrleas and it
Fet iiuisi rg trt.ne.
SON front the uNicoud District, compuoed of the First N
a1u I Secoil iDistricts (with the exception of t 'stau
b urg e+n-.)
SINE froui tli 'Third Electoral Dist ict composed of the
Fourth Itistriet of tihe ty C it New Oilt aas; that
part if the 1'arish of Otelt'n. on the right bank ol"
thle tis~i-sippi. anil tihe i'atri alies of Jclfrcson, St.
C oaries. St Joh i thitkptit, t .al t lul , Anceusitn,
S AsiumpOli.n. I1aidtrehe and Terrehtnnie.
ONE frinl the Frth tFectoral District, cniompo.edt of
Stile Parishes of St Tamnwiny, \ahtioiftlo, Lit'int
S ton, St ItelhnaI Elast and est Frlieiean. 'dilnt
touupe, East and1 Writ itatol Rouge and Iberville.
i.is tloint tie Fifth tlert,,rl 'Di strict. cini'l .'"tel I tlte
'n:lttihe o f \ttakapa at ll ( 1 ":,ll;ai s, ai d the liar
Sie.-ted of rtuapirh.ns sad .t\ a.\ ,iI+ :tlC
(Osc front tlthe Sixth Ellctor:i i-t' i. ! 't cipo-ed of the
'S C'ountie.. ,d Nathitchv-. c ita,' ta a,,t e'o rde ia.
andl the t'art;lc, e 'at i uil l Pratklin.
Is Now T i'tiesef. halist tho-lht proper ttsitue this
' lY T',iug lol tll e t, t f t e Ei t tcit af. I -;l., ;in
IicOIUliiittn lltS '+r I t nt:nir.e010 rs-i hi, u l,., ianld
t ihl erroiittcer thereit crioneir di t tot I si, l.l. ictii
5, tir i.'hctlrs ~i i rfilent andi Vie 'rel-iittirt of the
United St;ites. for tile State iit t:uis;hola. 'ilt the 4tll
d cay of N.. i'oiil"r next (L 5ti) .aid l.l-cihii to tie Coli
tluited : s 1 l returns therei in m le in all i-i'pcri anii
S ctrihno to thee ir.ivisioos if the ,oll.titutioi of this
1- Stiter -i I-sll latw itcl C ae r.e ietiU iri. ileds.
e GO E.V I ' ER MI1" I!..XD. Y tn the seatl of
S the ,t." ,,if i isiit o tl. itt J! thtm lnstr. thti
(I,' S t) S"r o,.iU ,t y of 'p Jil t. Itt . S0t. ne! if "hi
s i,', the. Eighty Firs;.
i i1 TIEt-I ,\EI-tNilt: . I'O'Tf C. \ITCK.LITFE.
e A.l.'i E-v S. tERRtOi.
For thie r ip t.f etriyiog It to execution the
- ah. on t, ltt fI t'l .et r ,iioelts'.te next icing tSe
nPariw! ain I ulller tie direction of the f..ilut sig nuam
-d Cot l otinissiiars, toi wit:
AT TO C.h FiiRE HI)UIr OiF Uz.1 r1 RAr. .%.,
I 'sbi--\htrcultia Iloiron, Villerentc Titillier and II
lHrget'on.
:\T TIlE (Iii'FFE HoltP.5 tf T I.thrR(: &,'
(- ia--Sotli.thie Altet. .1J aire et Frank Williams.
es iT "roE Cil" T HtiUei if itS t I'.-ilti.
Cnlm€-- Dftihrilt-. A ItairiOW. t! lcmtard, Sr.
.iT'TIttE .RE t f O J i T.1tF I- I',
r c(stis--B It OinU. St 1C i'1rk. .1 I I.totl,..
5- AT TOE Iis't_ .+it4,. f.t"ii 2'it St thoutt. 4-itialrT.
(- C-nn-t i lt (leriian:v. G eorge Touulli san t' 'ltlth.
en Tobe open fiti 9 o'oiick i tml 4 tiii'clk M.l
le Wealt Ito:t RIouge Sept 9th 16-l.
awal'TflII -
PROCL&MATION
PAR ROBIEIT C. WICKLIFFE,
Goue-rnerlr de j'Etat de la Louahsinie.
Ju Sherif de la Pdroisse Onest Baton Rouge.
A 1T._'EtI U qu. e (:- hUctteur+ pour I reidelintit Vicc
t'rajident ies tulats lU0 , dun t uut ctre ciOi.-c pour
cet Etat,
Mardi le Quatre de Nowenibre prochaln,
ainie (15 i) qu'il est pourvu par la li.camuiueuit:
L's Electenr. pour l rrcmier n 'itrict hlector,. coim
pose d parOisseruiO 'iaque.toint" ct St lItinaLrd. tI
trisie me lDistrict ,ie Li ilCt dte la Nolle Ortlansu , et
le Faubourg Trteme.
.u Elec:eur pour le Second isjltrict Ilectoral comp,
se des premier et secondl lisricct d e L . clle. UOrkiau
(.t lo'excp'ioin du Fat,burg Treme )
L' Elcteur pour ie Troiseime 1 istric Electorl. crm
posesda quatriemOe listrict 4.t la v- de La Nrd. iUr
Ieas le co t diltlr la pe Ip D ii e 01 it -.oe slr
In ri t ve 1 roir .ii a ti. .iiji E l A i-ee Jelfr
son, SLt CtarG.i St .r a i<mtl.it'e, . Jar ueCLml
cl rrn. Au.init,tiin. !1Afturhe ot 'errrb na.
I f I-,toetcur pour te qeiiatrii ini I; itrict Elhctiir: l cro.
jpse l- bo I p"uis-e St 'T.mntan. W sdnl , vite
mstn. lt l rlenna,' .r-t et \' e. em blic •eu. o cui anqust i,.
Frt it o I, tet , s tto n iriten e' il, -ccr i-.
-i tieetur jou r s t'o iii tleOme i -trict Efl ectotnt cT
jo... .des d ,eii t ,tt,,ik;a.tseto Ueluu- .-,.et d..
Al iisr ti.ld'tEs .t Arnyolle. it
't i':ilct-r i our l. Sixi,'-i l'i trict Fhl. toral .orm ; o -
sA , le : c.4 ,e , ,-s I a tE D C ltM e s . 0 O aItC '•it E e a t u tE , f.
di:t iit t.os- i'iBse Ca htahouul t oIankin.
el s oati,,. ,",+ite+:,nt de. vde e nrs q ali .e lit tout r
rlit..' tko. Nirr i e d L Or heiri
A'Etat d O la ,lira s!,.ti nn -t ,,rlonnat a tous It ste
rifa• ii-i. ru-i c:r id' ii.ec~i" i- aniculrtlictir'- tie. it.
clectiou de tonir lt dbit- tet F!tin pour Eleteur. ron
!'resident et Vice i'rers-doser sltat Cnis. Pour I'Eat
ote la e.oui-iori. i,- quaillt Ie ui- oemibr I.rocIut iti
la dite telecti.n devont etrm te:nue Peres tou Leo re p.
mport eof, irmnelnlot a h3 Cto festitutiui de ct.i .tat ctal.
tios passeo a ce siort.
DOVE S.OtUS MlA Si.ITa7-RE. et 1stean de
t',otl d.1 In Ibu.i.iiiand. a Balom ,'n R,,r. e
(I. S.) So, 4 di Jo *tit-t IA l. A 185. dof It ,l tipnii
dan.e its E (usla Ltis d' Ame, iime, It qoualie
Sritne t Uieme.
- PAR E GoreitltG avt: IOOFRT C. \ICKLIFFE.
ANDREW S. HFiRRiii
Se rdairg d'E FEat.
fin co porter a o.tcution lia p.roclamattn quo pro
cede. lto boitlir -icrotin: . ii-i,it oui-ius tut coatts
paroisse, le premier )fart!i d' Nowmbre pirochain iqui
soer le qtatre d it mois, auxendroit suiants teR cRter
parnlsOt, et .oto., diroection di., cOlunisiitr.o-atir:
At (Ci-.l Ip'I 7.IIN It'H FItRDY.
Ci.E-- lacrirn tIr:rtoc, tVilleneuve Tuilltr. et H
Berr+,,., ( --',-.,r • 1. .-' .: c 1: ttit \"' i :il,.. i- .
.1 i fri + n-ds+ and customer~s whohv , urin the
( i -t -rlb " Chinn. B hr
A i.s llaithoN o'Efit it' tacE I n Trvitr pr i.F-I. !.a.
b Cond-e B Germanny, Georgq e Young et th ins .nith.
Les bOittes seront ouverts de l hellret .i . a 4 hoeros
P M. N W POPE, Sherif.
Ouest BatLbn Bonge 9 Selpt 1856.
For Sale--, Fine Chance ! ..
STRACT OF L\AND situated in this Parish abtut
four miles aboive the Ferry Landing, and frrnt
ing on tile Miossissippi River, containing two arponts
front, more or lesa. with the depth of about forty ar
spenots side lines closing in the rear. Ptr,omuld abivSo
by lands belonging to the succetsion of Terence ItDL
mouy, and belotw by those otf Villeunaue l.ehlne .r.
& Co., with all the bitldingt and improvemenis there
on. Also, with or without the iSA II -.ILL titched to
r the saute.
1 This place is well adapted for A COUNTR. REST
DENCE: there being FIVE FRUIT TREES, G D001)
GA RDEN I &o.
s For terms and conditions appiy to 0. Bmirntr Jr.
Paraish Recorder, or to
a p19-4t. JAItN C. EI.DER
NOTICE.
THE subscriber respectfully retuzls hi thanks to
his friends and custoamers who have Couring the
q past year liberally gave him their patronage, and take
this method of informing them aned the pblie at a rge
that he has now on hand a large ot of aseasned lum
ber, and everything requisite for the undertaking and
successful completion of an woenek in the shape of
HOUSE BU.LDINGS. BLINDS, SASH, and DOORS. fit
ting up STORES, BAR.RO. in the best, most dura
ble and workmanlike style. Al orders left at D. C.
Montn's Hardware Stare, the Post Office or at the
shop on Fifth Street, adjoining the St. P'eter's and St.
Ppul's CPlegej wi5l meet f-ith prompt "Fitteution.
: t. L. SFES'.
NE. AND CHEAP GOODS.
WI OULD respectfully call the attention of the La
dies of East and West Baton Rouge to the fact that
I am ,jut up fromthe City with a splendid assortment
of EVERYthing in my line all of which I offer to the
ILadues CHEAP. R that ever.
Mar 22-56. MRd. C. HUESTONT.
OAGASIN A BOLkXARCHE.
T l3 DA) `d' tEat et Ouest Baton Rouge, son invil
- j tie -I-eitdr mon magazin avant d'acheter ai
- lear', e-)trc-reeda Ia Nouvelle Orleans avec" un as
sortemet comtplatde tout ce que peut se trover dans
mon genre d'affaires et que je vendrai n meilleur mar
Sctha que jamaa.
Mar 22-56. MRS. C. HICEITON.
w. R. UDWARIDS. D. N. lARlOW.
t " oDWARDS&BARROW, ATTORNEYS& COLNSEL.
lors at Law. Will Practice in the Courts of East
- West Baton Rouge, lberville, the Puprem. Court.
e uisicna, and the Federal Courts. (ice at tLet
1 Oton n tag,Weot E:art4 .c "ie.
Mi(N''AN IIJ U UET. A
T aadwfare! I Hardwarel
SH.aviln.g r,..ed to the stand form.rly...Ctpi.4
by .,oslot Heal. . and , iavinf Au;eived ,. irge arCet-ion.i
to lV .touck, I would solicit persona in watt if Hard
isi.a, W, t and Willow ware, louse Furnishing, &c.,
to irve we a rall Iwetre purcliading elsewhlerie. I
jsn 5 IoTIAN It aHUGUL T, Lhurch street.
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Notice of Co-Partnership. ih
E udrigle have ti day ente'ed into -part the
Tar tieripUter t iii otylo oif MO4NTAoN & H- vat
,t.T, or the pirloue of crorying on the i.lrdwanres
busirtlt" is ill its vtario5 branches, repeCCtltllyt so- A
licbit thue Iatronage f the l'blirt as.uinl tii -in that t.o
in future 1as lsrge a.lut varieI a stoki Call h fi nlI ;tr
thesirattiont ilnollli a UL Iwtoaa any hlea .c out. hd oI
Ner T.Pl. MItTAN,
apri 15 J. S. II'GUET. nu
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SCateaters &l Plli-taticn Tools -
ph ne r unge~ ,
'r:lae lines. Rule,
,lper Fi so, eHatchets,
t Patal File. Vices
)latch 'llans. Drawing Kuni. es,
c Tur Sirlwe, Hand- Sre l
u 13car itr , ICao uI , ne pa Iltrt als
Mallet. ''ro e
Birerr. tlsiar*s, at
Satw Sctt-, hLCe Churer.
MSiot k aR nI IRi,', A 'l:' (t,,,,'rs,
'I P 'ta rns, .ri
d anti tiea r For isae hby itt at.
"reo , tN r,.ineilo
it r el t h rtlcc .
' livers, D. (C. MilNTAN. Ah r
I t orw r i. t o.mn (;iiiires.
Pluhmbs, ant lluloiwts Rounndo Compita:..,r
- - - 1. a hi
CUTLERY I CUTLERY!! r
iUFF.TOt. Ivryr, WoOi aunt llrn, iame siol\, han
i ded -eKNIVS AND' " FO.RKS. Tfrom 50 cents to S-5
e t00 per sett also, Stcrl Cariers. l'oAckt tint Buther
r- Knives at 3IONTAN & tLUGUET.
rIu'-ce Cnntetra.
Tu i' ith lamrie !reawiri and ine with shehrres r
underneath for alh tow s tlhe are in the way.
Sjai 5 MaitNT-tN & ttICET. Chulirh sitreet.
C Sugar or Cotton Scalh..-tti Ipair hi'uil carle+.
tJ suitable for rweighing cotton or auiar. for ,ale atl
u-a bargain. Apply
feb. 2. MON"AN & HIUGL'ET, Church st.
H W. ROBERTB'G. ATT4JRXR Y COUNSELLOR
Sat law. Will practice his rrurfesaiin in tht
Sixt h Judici:al Iijuti let ol tl.is Otate, tthe U niiid Static e
:anl Suprlme Cui'lrt- at? Niev Orleans. HBliinrs, en
tri-tirl I Iih' riare will recei- e promi!,t attet:on.-
Itilice in PLlqueliUe, ltersill , IParish, lta.
1j ovs!: StoUVee
St tlar-e suppa I if small Frankl'nl. at.. ° s;zets
misinttin t.t, Parlor, tosta. i'iintn-iaull. halt, ital. 1 size
premium cooking. (it-cent. fPir tile- Ma. tsa r-m
muti.tl and targt. -tarot' ,oous, lsentucky diacrf, Ct.ok
ing and il,-ating itir+e+-.
Juine i ratert. arti Ifronts. nhole front:i. -thic,.
.quare i wl , - i :aii fitti., ,,n t.ant , as' fcr sale low I i
Jan 5 MtSTNA & Ill'ctiUKT, Church itreet,
WILLIAM BOGEL.
Wholesale and 'Retasl Druggist & Apothecary,
ALITU I ROUGE, LA.
I" EEl'S cONST.t TLY OV 1i. I - ND aul i dal:,
inlcrea-inc his .-t.k ,d evercthin, usually kept
in counutr and city Ir:;g st;res. Your ,r,rn are re
-l ltfil sil ii-itd,. feeling a-cured that ihe can gite
satisfaction t, his c:,tomer--prves will Ib Io-tinnm
liberal-s-our order- whether in or out of hi. line will
,n: ': t:rith prmn~pt attentitn. Particular attctnion wil,
be paii t', packing and shilpin;g.
, Iccvery thinir chipped by him per any good steam
boat, t il be Insurel.
It will b' to sour interest to buy your Drugs and I
Medicines floutu
n.crih 1 WI. tOG)GFL
, ntidalres,
x j tlar.k IMaze.pa
I' ha,kets .\ini-ette.
. ..-in lCorn tarclh,
IL' b,,xts ('olitate' Pe:,rl Starch,
S. . Ye.,.t l'owir,
2 bahshets Seltzer Water,
0sJ bixe t' :) Leimonadiie,
a duzeon lime .luice,
10 "" u perior Claret,
1 ca'k Il1 Port.
5:t d oen t'orter. Ltarclay & Perkins'
50 "r (hurton on Trant) covel..ie,
I barrel Superhur tai I Muni-alu la
1 anamhine,
1 "' Burning Flui-. for sale by
ry Prunes,
1 5tI fresh and nice, fr sale very cheap by
W 11. Bx; IL.
Llane ! Line
Furuis .et in any qulantity, send Your orders to
march 1 W1. BUiEL.
A tine assortment just opening at
der. 5 '55. WM. Pi);l:1.'S. .rnu¢i t,
I arrden Seeds I
S 4000 l'apers fresh warrantel . Piease order 1
Sfr-m WM. HOuGEL,
march 1 Druggist.
J. PIPER. & CO.
J. PIPERt. W. F. TUNNARD. -
J. PIPER & CO.,
iIOLasE FURNIISHERS &8 CAB.
INET AKE IRS.
I) ESP'E( .'FL,,Y annouace to the citizens of Baton
SRouge and vicinity, that they are prepared to
aupply all tFutands in the Cahlipeot,,arniture. Under
taking ap.d House-Furnishipg busihess, and are now
receiving direct from New. York and Cincinnati, • r
Mahogany gdbBlack Walnut Ijadateads,
t W.debo
SChn i.G lass Flower Vases, -
SSetts,
S Ptnsentatid Cups & Saucers.
' " Toilet Seth
" " Bottles.
Bohemian Toilet Bottles,
Glass Ware,
Toy Tea Setts,
Dolls,
Marbles,
Toy Vasar &c.
Fish and Pie Knives.
Soup and Gravy Ladles,
Sugar Scoops and Sister,
Iutter Knives, Salt Spoons,
Dinner and Desert Forks,
o do do and Tea Spoons,
e Plain. Fancy. Cut and Pressed Glass ware,
China and Crockery,
Plaited Castors,
Cake Baskets,
d Forks,
Spoos,
Plain and Flg red Matting,
Floor Oil-Clotihs
Crockery and China Ware,
SPie and Mantle Glasses,
Gilt Mahogony Frames,
Cooking Stoves and Grates.
Wood, Willow, and Hollow Ware,
Mantle and Office Clocks,
Stores and Grates,
feb. 16-y
t AFine Lot of
it A Roger's Table Cutlery, Ivory Handles
Le Table and Desert Knives,
Carvers and Forks.
Fluted Steels
- march 29 J. PIPER & CO.
A FULL asasortment of the CELEBsRIAT BUCK CooK
. tGo STovs. J. PIPER & CO.
s- mar 29
r- w C~ oods
Just received, some splendid
Mahogany Sofas,
do Tete a Tetes,
do Rocking Chairs,
do Easy Chairs.
st march 29 J. PIPER & CO.
t ort MIonriatc --A large assortment for sale by
feb.i2 J. L. VLLZ. .
A.lV L EIc'I Itibl\ i.
4).EPH McKII'RICKi
Architect and Builder.
,Shop on Florida ftretL, cast of Main.
- W _IULD respecrtfullh ctIa the attntin of the pub
11l: to, my .s.ortmnlnt fotr the new year. lta tut
ring eatitblishmenta it j CincinnSti. I ilts pie tn'ea I
furnish SAStH ,tito1Lt and I'LlIOI. I.a'de ,l tar bhi'.t of
w-hite pine hssbergrd of tperir wufl nralhlllnllV- .I.Ch
cheaper than can hbe made in the South. I';; s, in
the country wishing t, builtl ill fiid :t to tL,.irt ,
vaitage to 'onsult with 1its before bheil'ttn'.
h- oltdel.. from the coalntlly e.rnetsl) ..i l '
( 'suntry worhk f all knits pi.s'vtuastil t t"::.
to ui the most wa.rkmaastike muanier
hou e., su burbaun villas, r., given In :Le I ,
Ir&- t ill kitstu of jib work at ,ts.'dss tl wit . i .
ness Ilnil d. spatcah. water ci.ters made of th .e"
mater ial 1
\V.. TUNSNAIt i,
WIIOLE;SALE AND RETAIL DEALERS
tIN
r1 IHER sto.k of Bt'G(.I Ki RO(KAWAYS, I AR
SnitpIlete. They invite an xmia:llaiti.t a tihiii n
.trsk )t.,ire isurchaiing in :ew Ilt'ih.sntir ri rule. ,
;is it, )tiuaraltltee their pricer a- a-lw a, al: in te
* - Wareroom on Main street next the cI'y :tIlI
at 1 ,'." ,.il tlani c Church and ain strnt t i
S~,,n tt Routge, a np. -v
A. W CAMERON.
1RCHITl2''ECT N.ID BILDEAR.IL
B.AT)N ROUt;E. LA.
vr 'l.I. E'XECVTE in a faithfult And wrkmanElik man
n ner. all coutracts for building or other wok it,
his list. whlich mIay eh conftdet to him.
Oitrs dci thi ts hle. i t t through the Posfice will
rtceiie ipronllpt ,attetiou.
teb. 14th '
'ý -- -.--- - -
JOHII TILAN ,
WVOtKEIt IN TIN. COPPI'El. A\I Itll -i I
TItE sutbscritir re-,e"rt'fullys s h lcx tea'v to info, m i,,
fre:, ' n! Ii. -!.I, n ra l. , of t - and il !i
tjijnini . s Iarithes, t t I' n, I rleared to ltexc:l
all ikork in tite above i- tie b at and most w.. '
manlik moane*s
t li i- e r:i at all times, to make or repair
Steusm.
Supply,
Cold water,
E-cape
and
:tope Pipes of
every kinm, quli`tAn~! deicription.
ircchingi.
Tin or pilerr GCutters,
.lsotUs or aal,' '
fotr lining ('orr:iiee. lmaie aln put upt. AhIa"y
t;and, a ge-nritl a.s.irttmetlt of Tinware, ttgs:r-h.a,
Lase~papuLter,.. 0.1 t an:. Sc.. ce.
S4'j. Iturdert liea the countriy pro5mtiy attentIs'
rto. Jr ilIN TILtN.\o ,
Church Street. Biaton Louge.
THtEODIRE GOLDMAN \S.
DEALER IN CLOCKS, WATCHES,
AND
Jewelry .
RARtYEY Hot C- BATON RoiUGE LOUIIAN-A.
f:I's rc,n.tantlv on hand. R large and, Iwantifur
1 asortonit of Cl.!iEKS. WP.-TlES and JEW'1
i . whrlch he uJ.lr- to the trizen of sn-t pl .We
:iat,nm Ioi.t and vicinity. ou rca onable te ms.
Nov. 1.t 1j54
IA RI)RD WARE STORE.
L. JOLISSAINT,
Wh,,l.sale and Retail dealer
INIIARDWARE, I'AINT, OIL. WINDOW
GLASSES. CORDAGE, ac.. &c.
No. 11, Opposite the NRw Basin, 1. 6.
mar --ly
DA W. €!N & CO .
DEATEP.S IN
FREN.CH AND J.MERI(C. IN
liats, Caps, Strw (oods, Umbrellas dkic,
`o 59. Chartre Street. New Orleans.
April 29 1855
C (i. WIL(ON,
House, Sign & Ornamenta
l'AIN ER.
bSp mo Third sure. X;..r;h f fluhe l'a 1Oite.
IT .INGi r ..ma ,xaly loca .ed in Blaton R ,ous e.
I wui'l re. pecttiliy su.cit a snare .t tLie iutL.i
iat ron ,m.'.
rBeing prgcticahlt workrien we are enahled to d.
work on the most reaspnable terms, and in the best
style.
IPartienlar attention paid to plain and fancy SIGNS
S.n, GRAININ t;. GLAZING, tIBIiNG. M ,RBlJ t
'AI-ER ItAN;ING. &c.. neatly executed.
_ Orders br plantats n work (through the Post Office
r otiherwise) solicited and promptly attended to.
iin. 26 ly.
ASHBIURY REGER,
r IIO1 r. SIG.\S AND ORNS.MENT.4L I'PAINTER
NY orders given me for House, Sign, or Ornaments
al Patinting. Paler-hanging. an Glazing, will meet
- with prcrr-t attention. As I am permanently locate,
in Pat(t t ouge. and as it is my interest to give gene
ral sat,Ssction. I shall thy to do it.
Saep.2', 1842. ASIIBLRY REGER.
J. A. TROUSDALE,
BSCRGEON DENTIST,
BAroN Rorc.. La.,
R) FNEWS the tender of his professional services in
.JiL, the various branches pertaining to the on.AL ART I
Sto the ladies and gentlemen of Fast and West Baton t
r- Iouge and the surrounding country.
As to his abilities, the best credentials can be fur
nished if necessary: but to those who have not em
ployed him, he would respectfully refer to his kind
patrons who have so liberally favored him during the
past year with their confidence, and for which le 1
would return his most sincere thanks, promising to
use every exertion to continue to merit the same.
All work performed scientifically and with the ut
most care, and also with the view to durability. thue
a rendering a prominent benefit to the patient. He will
always be in his ofice from 8 A. x., until 5 P. x.
Office room over J. WY. Quiggins' shoe store Lafay
ette Street.
To Architects, Bulldels, Contractors, Plan
ters and Others.
THE UNDERSIGNED would respectfully Inform
Builders, Planters and the community at large,
a that he is now fully prepared to manufactureby steam
power, at short notice and ioderate prices, Oval, Gothic
or Reviled Window sash, all kinds of Pannel and Sasf
Doors, either fixed or revolting Door and Window
Blinds, Door and Window Frames, Base, Moulding, &c.
Plaining, Tongueing and Grooving, turning of every
description.
re, Plank dessed to order of any width udder two fret,
and of any thickqess under 'three inches. Timber
dressed perfectly true, of any length under thirty-li\.t
feet long and twepty inches sgga..,
S- All orders addressed to me through the Post
office, or S. M. Hart & Co., of lBton Rouge, will meet
prompt attention.
jan 5 J. W. BROWN
FURN1TURE STOJE,
JTACOB PIPER,
FURNITURE WARHOU E
Baton Raonge, La.
T HE undersigned respectfully informs tbh cltiens o
a Fast and West Bato RlZouge that he has just re
ceived and is constantly receivmg a large supply of
FURNITURE, which he offers for sale LOW. He is at
all times prepared to MANUFACTURE furniture of all
descriptions and on the most reasonable terms. He
invites A VI.IT from his friends, before purchasing in
the city. His present supply consists of
Sofas,
- Armoirs, Bedsteads,
Bureaus,
Side-boards,
Center,
Side
Chairs of every description, and
Dining
Tables,
Settees,
Sofas,
Mirrors, Washstands,
Secretaries,
and in fact every article in the furniture line.
jan 1:'13y JACOB PIPER
CHERRY PECTORAL
For the rapld Cure pf
COUGHlS, COLDS, HOARSENESS,
BRONCHITIS, WHOOPING-.CCOU
CROUP, ASTHIIA, AMD
CONSUMPTION,
"An anoli, -, " U ...N newly dise.
e,. I b 2i;., ,t "" , 1 il ng the i.olated active lprinciple.
it m,1..i'wa r :i ,felct purity, aflorhung a remedy for pltoln
.ar ",., t i::.nt- .ii-h it fund. to gite an eftrgyand
, tl;.....1 .f r:ud-ial fleet by far .urlassing any hith.
it - . irii oientti . 31 rph. AcMi.. .-ngauinerina,Tart.01.
1w" I.\'. ,.. I ,,:1n.c. 1!;,i . A:cilum. H~in lcyamin,a eelha
i ,.. " p - . o'. . ar !.r . re.laretd t o as perfoerly
:I I,-i -tle: .e.tltr, of time : thusi afordingtophydcia.os
- rat o as i-: mdicie not Litl.ertp pbhained. and to
, t:. l;i- a :~ n.,I? c Lich ctn be relietd Ip to do for theb
. , n,. ,!:. ;:e can d(. 'his con,.miund and ittnior
:. . a !,, b.,-u -ubmitted to the hig.tcts? mrdediclau.
r li it: ti, co unt ry. ad hate rcv;. e.- the untAsali
rn nati-n- of protesto- ain the jolloewing ccteds
,k. i' e Ctfllege ot Medicine, at I ittftield, MtLt
i~ t:.; , -iriical C"ll,'ge Coll mbtn. 0.: Bowdon Ned*
She.,e. tBrun-ric-k. 3le.. Ye..ennt Cole-ge of Medacice
il a-tie . n .ll any aCollege f Mledicine. Alblany. 1 Y.
\tilei:-l i.n-:tute. Yale (College; 'Iranr3h ania tnirjtrnit
,f 1M.'i i.ne. Lexington. Ky.: Mdical t eL-ool. Harra.4
L nits -,tr. ( amui'rilge. 31as-.: ('.h",mlbian Medical (al.
lhge. 1'ai'hiunton. Memlphi liiei.callnhtiiute, Teame..M
And in for, lgt countries:
L'col e de Medicine, Paris, France; Rgoyal Colleg a
Pht v-:ciau and Surgeons. Loand-n; Queen's College
Irl tnd: University of Naples. Itollt: Imperial Cele- g
"t 1l'1-i ian-, ".euna; 'Junta Medicale," iiran:
, 'shl a. e:c,
"l ie ,,.'hanic' Ihnstitute of thino. at Cincinnatl, awar
\-,i ti -,.r lit lrua t,, the (II'gorT 't l l. with hises
for IIt- extraottliatyL virtue. fic curing di>ea a Thedi
1,It:a of the ,laseachusetts Charitable Mechael Asn.e
ci:::cu wat. given to thi= ptrepa.ation at their tafr in
! .,ton. Sept., 1847. Also, the tMedallion Awardeol the
, .re.-. . eat Institutes of this count'ry.
Ercrod fr,. the Rel ort of the B.a.il of JatUd Ga
i- .c for the Institutn of Mtssattk e ts, renes;cl f f
fs.ror IVdster. ,f li rearrd Collt e. arn others.
l'he C'herry I'ctotal. prepared by Ir. J. C. Ay4w
,..;tll .,s.. ha. ltecome well and tac r:abld kanwate
S. I," ima:l profession: and a our cammirttecocaria tk
tin.an , f b.. e % ho i.acena'd and prescribed it, that,
Si- a betauit I! and highly .valuable prear.atleig. 'he
ti ence. ,f it ituc.:e.s as a remedy a,f6icntly slew
tL at i: may s: relied upon with confidente f r the relict
,f th, nuntiou- atnd aillicting pulmonary diaease inii.
it: o ur l.mate.'"
I la,,rate cnmant:.dationc of the (f'tra Pltuma
:, .ear, I in thl ettet Mf dica I and St. gicalJeu.
n I Br:'!i' . rl.carn Journ: I of . eical ad tPt"yieal
- .c - M:.tr.a l., I.ntloa Joturnatl P'l ar·..cy. Cial.e
tot i f1 d "I li iec. S. C.. ltraithwane'n Rettr4tn rt,
Sic ::te.i t- icIe:ter. Newc Jrey. ladenwlaca iet,
',1:.a - p-" M.c'.t el d ei . F.evue Me.irale. bra,
r-.auce e . As an article of 1ubI c utility. hin .-pmR
rat ,nt ha- re., iced th , tat,, a . fle tite ot-many iailt
ft gi-i:,-ti I . t.roui:e- an.ong whani tre-
I- i : } ll....je-:. ':,ar. Kin-of au! 4 . 0t f aorway
t t Ii-u pr:al t.je"tyi ichoa ,.l.ctý eaur of ,D to
11- fl.1 nes. I'ins 1.. I ope of Rme.
If. r ubl.tme ighitge'... 1 Aldul M, djid.'Sat'.n of Tao .
flii A.t.t Major-vt. Fre.irick L King o I i re.mark.
Itf 3t ,4 Ia tlc l:c IYjen'y.c a- tMaiL. . een tl Stis
li.- Roy -. 31a 'e--y, tch.a King,. Greece.
His c-erene jtighness. LeT . l d. Grand Du~g of taden.
lHis Most Ncle Highness,, cetge. I'rijf of 1alc.'t-K.
.' todel Phra P'aramc n:tr tMalha Ilung. ..Kinge(tin~t
Sir Charles T. Metcalf, Governbr , ia.frat ol theC Ca.'
Gen. Don Thomas C. Mosquera. tlpoilsat Nhees
right Rev. Eiwar! PFwer, Lard Bishn' ofY5brdate
Right Iev. Robert Paine, leth.I dut Biokop IL" "
Frsi.l;n Pierce. President of the CU ted Stotr
!ar t ev Sermour. Gore, nor of the 5ahte ot l.e Ta.
in,. kHenry Clay, Unittd State- Senator .fte liaj
.Hon. Daniel WVbtter, secretary of sate of ttietnnttd
St1. erd li eliehoek, D. D., LL D. c.., 4, Fitre astf
AInlei .-t c 'liege
I. 1't rkiu-. U. D., LL.. D. Plesident Cas:le an 3h dial
Ilan. Franc s .hunk. ex-Fovernor of Pensl;vania.
B.ronu Von At f e", n. i'rCte.,r, of 3iedic .e, tu ck
r. . T. Jackson, Ceologiat of the Puie Iand oftlb
Un tid -tal:e-, 1jiscovrer of EIter, tie Is
. ,onor. Re.
Gem. Ie-sI Coombs. Menmber of Ky
Hon. W. it. Pre-:on, Seeretary 7
Rev. Dr. Iancing, of I rooklyn. N.
Rev. flecry Ws ad Bteorher. of ker Yk e#ty.
Rev. I. It.outas Wornnerley. of Mas-.ib5ett.
D. F. 1l tie. le. D.. Preniden; of lt'noke l-lkgy,
S. (. W. iHt. I'rf. Mlath. and Cheelf, '
Win. A. -mith. D. P.. Pr,.. ARotndolyh , ib
C. B. St, art, P of. Cht m. & GaeL, " R .:
L W. Gi.a.. . reI) s. Hampden " *
Maj. Wmu. Geil! am. Plof. of Cthemitry, Wfr atd t. "
The Churtr rl'rosen r I as not only "bren intdtntd
into the armie and hlo-pitalt of tie abnas3 t
uovereign. hut al-., thosei of almost every eiv#4.1,p7
ernn;eut on the glee. 'throughl a trial of s tb.5 is
and by many natRins, it has proued the mo3t06.rster
renedy ever yet dieort red fur the dnlg*i di 'r
mre sinc diseases ot the throat nd tfangs,N iSd
-hloultl be without it; andtlhse who hre o5t5,i!Ve
its v;rtue m ne\er will. By its tmely aussefl a4i -
iloiuan.l- are save: everjyear from mtha·d es
which hasten, down to an early g.,aeits mott ·I
.vrry ae l sex and nation.
OPINIONS OF EMINENT PHYSIftIANS
F.rOe te renterable Priufidstof A"'I
J. C. AYR. Sir: I have used your CUmaTsIE
nay own ease of den p-rooted broncl.itis, and aem_..
from its cl mical eonstitution, tt.C itis iO
eompound for the relief of larynugal and bariiAhit
eulties. If my ot iaon of it superior chstver b
of any service, you are at liberty to use t as ye .'
proper. .. ... 0
AtttRB, Sp. 29,. . ... . f.p.D.
We, the undersigned, lave loang use Ats5
Pr.·iOa L, for inflanmation and other daU eSt
throat and lungs, with snch marked sC b_. 0.V
that we eonfiidently recommend it . si"ts
excellent remedy for the complaints arisMagni -
SII. M. Esm.., IM. D
Surgeon of the Military Institte, llUCi5mt, r e
J. C. r Saimmr.:.I .* i
Sup t and Physician Deaf &Blind lnstdlte, Stt.ta4
F. T. .ltssu.-o. I. D-,
Sup't and Physican West. Lunat.e.ind-I ,,.. * ·
. J. C. A , a t Sir: I have ,
Sor Professor Physicn imy pbl
knowledge with far beyondthe oni lt d
medi cines. p It a otred for a me u .-a,
coenumptiol, whieh had assune.l.en
Y and many case of asthmai bro fhittf
which I could aubdn e by no other aetEIeT
jin you to mainltea its exellei.e eo ihe
rou hare reached; and whib yo wnd
poe doingan C iyount ofgood in the world
mos 'ic itlou d bother ed twe 1
t Your frie.d,
Dr. J. C. ATut, My Dearir. I third i J
intform you that I have sset a monk
consumption by your Peote.ni It this
I fulyoung, lady, ninetlee yea f o ae
the last stage of disease; her cough was
and the expecptoion part blood and h-UE
with large lumpn like tpiseseoulfli.
0 tIodox remidies without earn.rlth
a tothePeetorlal, whih,to $he ifl
f ily, has restored her to their armspe *
it notthe custom of physicians. to laud such It fS
, but common justice demands this te
e always recommend the Chry eety'J
A Yours espectfuly, . '. 5
Sancti mo , C Tp $5'
MnR: I notice in your cirenujsar that ti
your Cherry Pectoral and thartic5Fb "
any physician ,ho h ,ve not yet -s- 4 I
-et.ion to yo}. I Ishould lk mash to
so bavelong used your preparations i' 1
, 1 generally with excellent ese l a.
fu ' sh to the profession the buet exIPe0awa
best athartie we have. a. i. ý.,.
. arns. respecp/ully , ..W na. th,
bos Lir.l, pkikicfamf LAM Peiwrt "....
Dr.3. C. emyt. Sir: Ihave udye t
poeand extensively in my praeti, and la Jrt
by far any other remedy we Lavesr Hinto!e y_$
pore lua "Y.

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