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7 ELLAN EOUS.
'' o'e My WEerie.
-I-nhath-my harp been silent; wtg
Unwrept its chords, unheard its
: tuneful lay;
The passing weeks by other cares
ave left no leisure hours for many
once again my-lyre awaking,
".ith joyance will I drown thine ear
ile e.la mourn, their heart
We the Power that doth our
Th e mercy of a kind Creator!
sures rich have strewn
evious path ;
is blessings undeserved,
That`' has ne'er consumed us. in
lhs wrath !
'Tis many a month, dear father, since
A' oe 'first I turned my wandering
t steps from home.
many a tear drop from mine eye
That I fdTii-your loved hearth-stone
Fond Memory, oft to home scenes
Doth flash athwart my brain a pleasing
Then rushes to my heart a tender
To live.gain those scenes I loved so
Yes, oft to Fancy's eye appears aision
Of childish days bespent most
'Mid pleasures many, blooming fields
And Nature's beauties all which
charm the eye.
In dreams I see the happy, smiling
That cheered of yore the daily festive
I sigh, alas ! to see the vacant places
Of those loved forms whose souls
have heavenward soared.
O!father! oft I see thee in my dreaming,
And hear thy voice, 'tis e'er a pleas
Heaven speed the day when this will
be no seeming
But real pleasure; parent, now
1"ow a Lady Canvassed in Ireland.
A correspondent of the Waterford Mail
gives the following anecdote of the late
election for Clare : The contest turned
,wholly upon personal popularity, and
Calcutt, who is a farmer-like, jolly Irish
gentleman, was better calculated to win
upon the people than the fashionable
young captain of a crack corps. His
wife, too, would make the fortune of
any candidate. A fine, dashing woman,
she rode about the country in the car
ringe with her husband in his canvassing
expeditions; and, when he was one day
in a public house, seeing a parish com
mittee, and she was outside in the
barolche, awaiting his return, the frieze
coats gathered round the vt~hicle, cud,
giving three cheers ' for her honor,'
called upon her to make a speech.
Prompt as lightning, she replied, ' I
wont trouble you, my friends, with ,Iy
oratory, but I'll sing you a song, whi'ch
an Irishman, with music in his su,'l,
would any day prefer to a speech,' anid
with that, in a clear and nleasant vo,ice,
she struck up, 'Let Elrin r,'lme'ntbr,'
and followed the ditty\ with several
other melodies of 'lkTnuy Moore(,. A
person who witnessed the scdlt(. .,.-slrL',d
me there was nothinig icol(igrnirus
about it; the la'ly SILlg helr h,':.t, Ollld
entered into the spirit of lher sM.'11 a01
the friezeo coats; listened cntrl raw..
From that nmomenelt Iurth, during. th,
Canvass, hllo neLCVC I niourc(d il ,llhIie
without having to sing a seun:.
MT llrs. Dallas, wife of the United
States Ddini.ter in Londor, pireseftedl tle
following ildies to Quieen Vicwtoria, at the
drawing-room at St. James's Palace, On
the 12th of June: Mrs. Law\reice and
Miss Cornelia Lawrence of Newport,
Rhode Island; Miss Lyman of Boston,
Mlassachustts; and Mrs. Ilhtterfield of
(T An excellent opportunity to pur
chase diamonds may be found by visiting
Constantinople ; it is stated in a letter
from that city that owi:ng to the distress
which now prevails a general sale of these
stones is making by Turkishii fauilies, and
.at the consequence is a depreciation of
- per cent. in the gems.
(" The, King of Sardinia has coln
ferred the hereditary title of Count updn
Richard Rainshaw, Esq, ,of Rothwell,
&iton-le-Moors, Lancaslhite, Englandes
an acknowledgrment of his generous gift
of $2,000 to thb charitable institutions of
ak Boder's Saloonandrtestaarant,
BrAR ROOM ,
Pistol Gallery and Bath-Ho.use,
LAKE END, CARROLLTON I&,LAEG RAILROAD.
.r RANK RODER would respectfully in
. form his friends and old customers, aud
the" public at large in general, that he has
given his establishment, at the Lake End of
the Garrollton and Jefferson Railroad, a thor
ough renovating, is now prepared to receive all
those who may favor him with their patronage.
His Bar-room, will be as usualsupplied with
the best of Wines 4nd Liquors.
Parties can be tecommodated at his Recs.
taurant,with all kinds of FISH, CRABS, etc,
which the market affords, and of the best
quality and style.
"t His Pistol Gallery and Bath House are in
complete order for visitors.
The Road along the Lake Shore from the
Shellroad to his Restaurant, having beetn put
in complete repairs.
Parties who may wish to take a hlagey ride,
will find it very convenient to call at his house
as he has the best horse stand on the Lake
lloping to see his friends and the public,
he will endeavor to give them general satis
FAMILY GROCERY&VARIETY STORE.
Corner of Levee and Jackson streets.
RESPECTFU LLY informs his friends and
the public in general, that he has con
stantly on hand all articles usually kept in a
well selected General Store, and of the best
quality, cunsisting of
Coffee, Sugar, Tea, -.t 1
Butter, and Cheese,
of the best qusality.
of every variety.
Also, constantly on hand,
OATS and BRAN.
Will'be kept on hand during the entire season.
All of which are offered for sale at moderate
lI'He respectfully invites the public to give
him a call. d31-ly
Corner of Second and Jejferson strec(ts
W HOIESA LE
and lietail deal-r in
Geoiua.leS, Liquors. Wines, Glass, Chiza,a
Larthern, Wooden, Willow and hlardware.
D'ancy and Staple
-AISO-- d Gap.
A large assortment of. feed, consisting of
All of which is offered at the lowest G(ity
C('tollton, Februnry 11, 1SGO. : lyv
CARIROLLTON REIAL ESTATE. Nol'TE, STOCK AND
EXCilA NG1 * BR. I.HE,
O'I'IC NO,. 12, SECOND FJA)OftO
33 EXCII.AN(E ALLEY,
IBETWEEN CUST\lmlV' r 11 D I''VMILLE STREETS,
TIl ItERY antnnull to ~ y I, n Ii anii Ithe public
1 thntt lie has oi .' "i1: o 1lli'1 t at III..e abov\'e n'a
:1h1: I ; h I.nw r", ared to< I., a -;tuo al It1 .1 1. E:i , A'rE
AI.lm. IN('' Itl',l. . Ihl\ta i alt ,t o1 I '" C€'1 nt ul -
l -li otshl, lIi h IClletilng Rents, x1 pa.i.:g
Ili- I.'1.1 1' t :1'l it , ' lre of thelocation of all the
h .n';thllh" In. I'rI\ III I':trrolI lt, will Co lthle h1111 to
,::h ant :ull' all i':fl :ltltin'l l outce flnllh iropol ty
hLr itit"r , (~Feall ou t 11l. ibia n l,
Coal! Coal!! Coal"!!
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t l tR IO I. ILTON.
A t .i:n 't l'rit,'
n, lv 1Nlht\' .jtNlS.
A. N. 0 I)EN. .IJr. '....
AT'iT()RNY \T LAW.
u I iI., pr I Io' l s Iiol l sn'.1 t} ilt the I' .r.
of . 1itfl 1ri'r o it al the c tly if N',w ()h . II tn
3ttoornce asi ~ounstilot at ''at
Office, No. 6 Eschange Place,
H \V. I0t)E 1I. m t-,- i, ! ..e,
__ .orner Canql Avcnue and flamipson
George A. Pike,
GENERAL COI LECTII TING A GENT,
llA'rTN ROUrE, LA.
P ROMPT attention iven to entry of Land;
the collection of Salaries of JutlIdgesDi
trict Attorneys, etc.
Parish Treasurers call receive the a
qaarterh apportionment out of Public
Fund, arrants on the Sta
Belan d information-Gra
UC i . P.--- Watclmiaker an
C ('amp str~ct, 'New
I I o'-6m
lo,ooo yey/esg· i
10,000 jfli aeA
a Z,000 oAdtae.
.taL sd feajd.
10o,oo0 vegva .
10,000 Jea E;
hpkre d tr ý iLice,
1. kmca,-' d ,h..i ,a l
i rrdtollon by
At his Geiwin e Drug Sttore, on Lever trect,
\Vhere porn amd Frc h Drug , Medirince.
hand and fi aasac
VICTOR BURTHE-Judge of the Third Judicial
District Court, C ity of
DIsTRICT ATTORNEY---Robert L. Preston.
Jury Terms-First Monday in January and
p t Monday in March,
o"ember ; and on
Seventh District-N. Betz.
Finance-Messrs L. L. Levy, Jacob Biiller
and L. C. Perret.
Judiciary-Messrs R. L. Preston, Levy and
Police Committee-Messrs L. C. Perret, N.
Betz and Fish.
Parish Committee-Robert L. Preston.
School Committer---For the First >Schoor
District, Jacob Miller. "
For the Second School District- Robert L
For the Third School Disttict--W'Villiam
For the Pourth School District--..Nicholas
Secretary and Trea:rrer-C. E.Royer,
Parish 'fax Collector-J. J. Gutierriez.
Printer- -M. G. Davis.
Sergeant-at-Arrns-J. F. Zeller.
JUSTICE'S OF THE PEACE.
1st District--R. M. Bradford.
2d District-Y. C. Lacorgue.
3d District--J. D. Kamper.
5th D)iatrict-D. - F. Bissbee.
6th l)istrict-J efort.
Ist Disirict- P. P': Poche.
2d )iirtrict--Edmond Gregoire.
3d District--S. Kerner..
5th District--lenrv Parker.
6th Distdr(ct--Carl Kerner.
7td.District Joseph Kief.
Council Hall, Dublin, bt.Hampson and Second sis
J.lfayor--A. S. Ferth.
Coancil mmw-C. Engleman, F. Fisher. G.
~ errie, F. Schuler, Geo. Brookes,
• John Davenport, William Mayo,
u abld J. R. Ilutchison.
Finance Committee - J. R. Hutchison, F.
Schuler. John D)avetport and
" I; Charles Engleman.
Streets and Landings -- George Brookes, F
F'ischer, Wmn. Mayo and Geo
Secretary and Comptroller-C. C. Porter.
Treasurer and Collector--W. L. Duffy.
Survajor-W. II. Williams.
Attorney-W. S. pton.
ComamiissarV and a eacn--IIenry Deibel.
Printer--M. &. I~vis%
Principal Assessor-C. C. Porter.
.assistant Assessors--P. Trahant and L
,V. BCItOOL nOARD .
. . Williams, President-Messrs. D.
M. Holfngsworth, Dr. Thomas Camnpbell, A.
S. Ferth, J. Davenport. N. Comnandeur and
J. J. Ilerrle.
. Secretary-C. C. Barter.
Central School-J. R. flutchisont, Jr., and
Miss M. E. McStay.
Jeflerson School--Mr .Thlomas Preston and
WVashington Scho g Mrs. Frances J. Ivees
wdi Mliss .ttl Amanda McComb.
Justice of the Peace--John D. Kamper.
JEFFERSON CITY OFFICERS.
fayori -lohn T. Michel.
Councilmen--First Warut, 'I'. G. Noel.
Second WVard, W. C. Cutler.
.T. C. Davenport.
Third Ward, P. E. Walden.
P. E. Davis.
Fourth Ward, Jules Dolhonde:
S*. "J. J. Gidibre.
Fifth Ward, Thos. S. Elder.
Secretary and Comlptroller-E. WV. Grinage.
Commnissary-E. R. Chevalley.
Printer--James G. Henry.
S~urveyaor--Wm. H. Williams.
Arrives daily at half.past 10 A. rSt.: and
leavefcr New Orleans tl2 M., daily.
Sttlorte ank Oanstllar at rale
,),'tc ritd residence ,ornanhl.q'rr,,,. -yc,'t"
tIe CotCtf lioega.
TI E undersigned respectfully retin r
thanks to his friends and
the public generally, for the lib-
eral patronaige he has heretofore
received at their hands, and takes the oppo.
tunity of informing his old customers, and the
travelling public in general, that be will keep'
on hand constantly for hire,.
at his Livery Stable, on 1',adison street,
tween Ilampson and Second streets, City o'
Horses and Buggies kept on Storage by
He respectfully solicits a continuance of the
Carrol!ton, October 5th, 1859. ly
GEORGE H. VINTEN,
1p. 105 POYDRAS STREET,
Pape, paper, )ntk,
shing of every description,
the sale of
& CO.'S PRESSES,
NTES CONNER & SON'S TYPE.
Old Type taken in exchange for New,
cents per pound.
Second-hand Presses bought and sold.
OULD respectfully return his
sincere thanks to his friends and
the public in general, for the liberal pa
tronage he has heretofore received at thoir
hands, and now takes the opportunity of in
forming them that he is prepared as usual to
take measures and furnish any and all kinds of
for men and youths.
Coats, Pantaloons and Vests,
made at ttshortest notion, and on the mos
Ql'Hia spectfully solicits a continuance
of the public patrounge.
Tailor Shop on Levee, between Cambronne
and' Jefferson streets Carrollton. d12-ly
JACOB REINHAR~DT-Boot and Shot
Make , corncr bf Levee and Cam
bronntsets, -Carrollto.n. Will at.
rPnd imptly to.all business enrrusted .
t ots and Shoes repaired and
o.est notice, and on the most
ns,. Oct. 5 1859-ly
" Cornrer of
LEVEE and MADISON ST'S.,
oct ly C(urrollton.
For the Parish of Jefferson, and the Cities of
Carrollton ant .lefferson. All business en
trusted to him will meet with prompt atten
OFFcE- ---On Canal Avenue, between
Hanipson and Second streets, City of Car.
J. F. ZELLER,
IN AND FOR T"IE PAI:ISII OF JEFFERPOtN
Will attend promptly to the Collection of al
BILLS that may be enoutusted in his hands.
Hie will be found at the ('ourt Ilouse, at
H ER1 MAN 'I'IEILE'R, Coffee-house nnd
Grocery Store, corner of Levee and
Short street, Tlhrrollto; .
J E. TRUDEAIT, Attorney and Coun
. seller at Law. No 44 Exchange
M R E I N i A R I T-fllacksmith and
M . Wheclri'ht. Shop on Levee street,
between Tlnper Line and Mary Carrollton
0. P. H"EIDM.A.N.
tpathrtrtn anh r,,ggis t,
RESPECTFULLY tenders his thanks to
his friends and thie public in gene
ral, fir the liberal patronage heretolbre
bestowed upon him, and begs a contin
uance of the satnme, lie continrues to keep
. constantly on hand a genemdl assortment
of Fresh Davas, I:'E:ECINES, CuEMII
eA.S, PEFUMERav, &C., &e., also the
following articles, to wit :
Bliss Dispeptic Remedy,
IIAS TtIE LARGEST SALE OF ANY MIEDICINF
Cure WVarranted.-Price, $2 per Bottle.
'I'That Great Remedy,
Sovereign and Unrivalled IIemCedy,
iFor Conorrhma and Gleer
Price, ,2 per ,bottle.
The he.t ('ure for
Price, $1 per Ittlet .
Da. D. FAY'NES'
Received direct from.
C..P IIEIDMAN, Druggist,
On Levee street, between Cambronne and
Madison steets, Carrollton. (oel9 ly
HE undersigned respectfully inlorms his
friends and the public, that-he has been
reappointed a 7OT.dIRY PUBLIC, in and
for the Parish of Jefferson, by his excellency
(;overnor T. O. Moore; that his office is at
the Ioutncil iall, in Carrollton, and that all
Notarial Bi-siners will be promptly attended<
to alod mwleratle harees made therefor.
n~ala4-1v c. C. POR'I'JR.