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.J. 1. BSCtITLAND, EDITOP.
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Tnos.NT iW.4a eahw4nIt au OIr
ised agent afttL W Oeas. _
There'is'IMi *jioi ourstatate 'bookr
,elativt t sgdits, 'thdKagh, it seems,
as far, its .p.rctjic, roieemeut itis
eonncernmet is v.irtuallyr a deadietter.. IIt
is the dýk,1'4t 4veiP elvil ofileert b"fthen
State, bw46t ddI aTth sole tilp fib
vision, ilkswy W 4Il rAl,, 4er as.isg
euforced->, IJiasa 4nty they owe to the
peopile L4bda1sthA ts they ', b, and. at,
and a Ot, t ,We the iº}t1UtF)al com
monit, geterally;. by d4aisagso,; they
are prt;t lihgtsepVOrl)r'ietiry airsdoeial
intere oi o "'p ibfe 'thet1r frIbbh~,
We wtno r dt thl t. to ghplt} thiA
en tire Ytt0oW'f oountry, 'hberear large
mnmnbd it a3#6 ·ilo it,4Pe'it re=
fuseo !! 1
anad are qJ4ga pgtig about ther varilops
plantitentgth'hruing k-fenoes, out-houses,
and s~t.lIutibons, sheep, eore and all.
other ~'bsisteince tbe' i
?iy ti 4lr,, 1R5 , i 4 pon , Su; ` a
state ithinag eatw naS.anui should not,
be pornMdebett to erte loudg.' The- laws
of thb, ahiU' dhnritie th eEA~eti1tty of
prope t~y'",ape ofqjpilrsoui pd n on liesy
are eMor¢cd by "tIh$ proper authorities,
summary ,measures must;ieeds be re
sorted 'ti o which would probably pr6dduie
a state'of afires we fain would see.'
In order to avoid this, let the cirti
fn nctionaeies exercise their'legal author
ity; qtd' et th~tIe'litaty-'-who& dHt it
is to ee ijat the eivil law is eniforced
rendur whatssistance may be neces
S- - -- ~ CT---·
The Demoeratic State Central Coim
mittee; at:New Orleans, are making ac
tire 'prfmfitttons for' the immediate
ealling pf aDemocratic State Cjonven
tion,:at that city, for the purpose of ap
poin.ting Delegates to the Democratic
National Convention. It is the earnest
request of the Committee that the Pa
rishes throughout tihe State organize
ward and parish Democratic Clubs.
D)uring the past wiek we have had
rainy, cold weather, which remained so
-I! to yesterday. eveniag;- how long it
will continue in this state is not our
office to predict.
Sfuee our last issue, the River at
Grand Ecore has risen about a foot, and
is still rising.
The Alexatdri.t Democrat, of yester
dny mornipg,, reports the Rivor as rising
rn p id ly ,, ,
The "loyal pets.". at New Orleans,
have nominated 1H. O. Warmouth as
their candidate for Goverior. Dumas,
a negro,. who was beaten for the nond.
nation by two majority, indignantly de
c.lintd the nomination for Lient. Gover
nor on the s~ame ticket, and insists on
running for Governor "by hisself."
On the 10th instant Gen. Hancoek is
Sued an order relieving Lt. Col. Wood,
and assigning Brevet Maj. Gen. It. C.
Buohanan, Col. 1st U. S. Infantry, to
the command of the District of Louisi.
ana and Assistnnt Commissioner of the
Freedmen'. B1ureau for this State.
NEw GooDS.--The attention of the
public is invited to the fooeet that Messrs.
Cawpari& Dietrich have just opened
thatsplendid asuortment-of Staple and
Fancy Dry Goods, recently purchnaed
at exceedingly low, figures, andr which
the' guarantee to sell at less than New
Orleans retail prices. " The Ladies, who
are faif judges of such articles, are es
pecially invited to call and examine for
Tie WVeg k iothe n;me ofa riJ)paper
published by the Round Table Associ
tion, New York. The-outents of The
Week will be entirely selected, beinA
exttbbt irmp the ablest and niest Ji
flatnLial 4ugnpbs from every tiartqr of
the globe. Sach amn enterprise as. his
in jbeunalisue has oev~r betfore been at
tentkted in this boitntry, and we predict
f0r iUu au6uu;nlded ruccess. Published
at thl low price of $3 per year.
Some es ag stioner at New
Ouleae.obrges theonove~ion 20 for
a *ay o Webeter's UnabIdgetl Dic
tionary, whereat the grumbled, and
retuaedtp pas that and. other stationery
bill auluua einetieo of 50 per oest,
was hlaI.a Igkh otandftg gt'elty i
Iree~l'b~di Qnh asvo1u yau'ttba )n
de wool over dar gres .witd yor bigti
be4.lemi.sat Mur. SlatSaesm m
de atamat am y
..eea mwely aiwwpapager r
_esr. Downsa, Payne & Co. Sauoess
'his sPlf-imposed - d Cireputr4le b s-,
impudently styling itself a Constitution
"'"C5 n IU, Sitli t affiamifrn dThefre
ly session at New Orleans. They have
hammered out a long string of balder
dash which theyare pleased to miscall
Articles of a new Constitution, for this
State, and, we suppose, are silly enough
to believe will be accepted by the peo
,ple. As a matter of course, this infa
.nons document will be indignantly re
jeoted by the intelligent and patriotic;
this* def~eetlng the attempted Africa-ni
i'itifi0 of' the ttet 'aidh preserving tlie
gmaniuni genpant pJ, opr lq g verin
shent;l- .providi t tbat illega-.- gbal at
-Washington, called, through courtesy,
,dlin ress, does not iuanoth r ;EstiMe
btipi hil'iAiing tlhmn atr'+ so' thatt a m
joriyt of the votes p-Ilpip ' o. t.qunes
tiot- of ratification is sufleient;-.ilieu
oft'ho clause te iring a.mnjorit~ ofthe
rbstered voters '
i. -ii . . oul , •: , @ 004,_ ýp. ti •
State aush -bnclk into the :tInaigQl, 'frgu
lki.,',th douteid;ý 'e ni"ver seeeded,
it: ctn only. 0 o i-hrded as1t temp orary
i. ,.o. ao,,i ;an 'm ind' dfi.tPs
if,+ monenatlinat th bighly axe ¢pt
and free.Ceuoaseiau can, or wtil;! rivei,
deran .abortive governMentfoisted upon
;thieta tin irrespoppible 4id'.'unprribt
g coppin qf ,qgorbant oran eoes ,an
their white equals. .Wh,ei1n thl coeie
bf time, ;our governmental- iuntitutioas
n ed chiangiig in order tbkeprbog#ese
ith the, ad~vancmepm t of tme age, i dan
be done,by the oitisepa, ropqer,, oý te
'8tiatet men possessing integrity of char
abltr,; tntlliteeie ad cl'h onesty, and
whose ever3y intrest arie dentfi ed with
the prosperity.aud good governmeint of
the State, without the asistanee of our
former slaves , or theifr would-be com
peers. The white man was ordnined by
',atnre witi,. powe fut rimasoping fcatt
ulties and gifted with the power of self;
government. _Sinee his creation to the
present thne, the white man has coutin
ned to etrciseC it, nearing perfection
with the.increase of.. kn9 fdge a4id the
extension of civilization. 'Tlhat the -no
'gro was differently crested, and is inca
pable of self-government, and, conse
quently, unworthy of liberty, the his
tory of the world conclusively proves.
The State has been put to a large and
useless expenditure in defraying the ex
pesenses of th is uncalled-for Convention;
that, is, should the tax levied for that
purpose ever be collected. We could
have been saved this expense by Coon
gress submitting, lirectly to the people
the Constitution they had provided foi
iui; instead of by the circuitous route o
a State Convention. We prefer acting
with the principals rather than their an
der.strappers. Lot "thie powers thal
(nnfortunately,) be" imperatively, de
mand of us what they wish us to do
and have done with the matter, ther
we can act with more certaiuity-know
ing who, what and where we are, and
probably, what is to become of us.
The Constitution which wilt be sub
mitted to us, and which this Conventior
will pretendt they framed, was m-arke
out long before the election for Dele
gates to the Convention; and, besides
any one possessing the intelligence o
that of an o0 ster, knows full well tha
that body has not sufficient brains fo:
such a work. Congress is awaiting the
action of public opinion; as soon as this
assumes a definuite shape, in their minds
the Convention will.be ordered to adop
a Constitution accordingly,--doing juas
as tlhey are told, after the manner ix
which the negroes did in voting.
------ b4- --
Gen. 3Meade issued an order on thu
13th instant, removing the Governt:
and Treasurer of the t~ate of Georgia
and i'"detailing for di~iy" Brret Brlg
Gen. Thos. LI. Cruger aind Blr'vet Capt
Chas. F. Rockwoll to fill said offices
respectively, Cause-impediment tu
the negro Convention, whose attemptet
object was to rob the State Tremsury.
A few days before his.romoval, Gou
Jenkins issued an order suspending thu
collection of all State taxes until thb
I 1st of May, next Would it not be wel
were Gov. Baker to:isue a like order?
RaEOVAL.-~lesIra. Jack & Piersos
,have removed their Tkw-oflce one doeol
above their former loctimon--adjoinln,
that of C. F. Drallgmet, Enq.,
We are placed under ocligations tx
Mr. Charles Harkius, of the fourishing
establishment of Hill & Co., at Gtramnl
Eeore, for fbrwadding us late papers.
The New York Herald proposes a pur.
chase of the Bandwiub Islands.--~1A,.
WVe suppose for tie benefit of the
freqdmpo, as they. $aud sadly in need
Th riends of Judge . .. M Kearaney,
and-t e public, geneSally, will be pleased
to lea~n thmt )beh.ldgain seufMed the
piCtlees" the taklw. Oaeea oadt. Dl n-
Why is a pleiigyaWi maierrgnga a od&
ple like an apothecaryl Because he
. T. / tsan. 15.- A pl+ er mw r
circulate in Congress, signed by mauny
RPp!li9,. a.neu,ators urging Stanton
not to resign.
STbhor is no prob$1 bity; of bisnmmen
diate resignation. ' Nothing a'h l~eul
determnined upon by' the i~esident
reltotie "d"' Sthton -' His--ese -awa
mentioned in the Q~Maget to.dtiy,; but
not formally. discussed.
The President, did not receive "the
certified copy on which Stanton and
Grant acted, until 9 o'clock this morn
ing. At Lalt.pat, 10 Grant formally
resigned the ofice to Stanton, and at
half-pass 11. the President ieeivved, a
note from,: Gritn, quoting the, reso
lntiom of the ,Senate, and adding" tialt
naderthe, tea~lta e, oicy bi T;'' GraBti
eonniderbedL 1iisa 0 onger Se;Lasyi
o'.War ad .inte.im.
T. he Presimnta;asert that iGrant 're-'
peatedly assured.l.i he Wold tke ttb'
ction wtho$ pg i Presidentt;
i twoould 19en t-l g ,, aIx ytiren' -
k rdrPo4y . the
.ýtrm .n . . E"h;"t + p " " "n}l
sou pthab oPln . rg OVPet t,ý
and, tha A9 i(iA tt ogle
be-paa1d l)prQf the S * :e·fii : - :
:The 8fproeig Coirta" itt1hI
se of . = K. El ar skhrin
istrtrig '1 ,itat in'prkr ea. Oliivet'
tITpell. e,; t s><p' otlrs;s ý OaI Preii
d4u$ of, e qilstaha 'Spessioti 43on
reutio4t. Ta In 86 'ibout "fotr b'hutdred
bales of . co ton" elopgi':to him was
seined in Missras p y r'ysin:Kent-ief the
Treasury su t.. etit ' ka' Abandoued
,prope vl /, . r &+ ' to- M .1tr br.
also a Trlv," agenth atidunttnirthe
pro ision of';ew, w1rei 0ov St'atate +not
in.iusurrettion. Sifit s ~t b.~n, htin a'
Missouri. co t 'tbge *e the: projpety.
:Some tigi rr, t1ti`cd nitnetieenAdtt of
legal peocoee ini 1Elgee' aikltd liaeself'
:of .the p)roTifnatlonl of tlio. President, by
which hd c1liinied1 le tas i*stoded to all
his rights of pr6'bprt., iand amnong-others
his right 'o -the cott6ln. ' hitingnished
counsel .ard employed on bOth - sidos of
the qiestion.' Attorney 'General Stan.
bery appearing for the United Sthtes,
in cot 'pani'w'ith M~?ssrs. HfIughes and
Drake; who were retained by the Seero-.
tas of the Trnasury.
-.ort.rmYis, Ohio, Jan. 14.--ThUrmiondu
elected Federal Senator.
JA~iCsi~, Miss., Jan. 13.---3fr. Comp.
ton snbthtitted as a minority report, pre.
amble' 'aidl resolutions, declaring the
Con vdfltion anconstitutionally convened
-not 'cbmpetent to make amendmenuots
to the cons.titution of Mississippi; there
fore the officers and tmeatbers Were not
entitled to compensation for any ser
vices they may propose to render in such
capacity- to the people of Mississippi,
And concluding: Be it further resolved,
that this assembly do .now adjouurn sine
die. There was much discussion, but ac
tion was finally postponed on both re
Clarke offered a resolhttion, which was
adopted, providing that no motion to
adjourn siiM die should bho entertain-ed
unless five dctyg previous notice be given
Townsend gave notice that he would,
on Saturdry, 18th inst., make a motion
that the convention so adjourn.
PWAINIU CTON, Jan. 14.--The follow
ing not from Gen. Grant was handed the
President at about 11:30 day:
His Excellency Andrew Johnson, Pros
ident of the United States:
Sir-I have the honor to enclose here
with a copy of an official notice received
by me last evening of the action of the
Senate of the United States, in the case
of the suspension of Ilon. E. M. Stan
ton, Secretary of War.
According to the provision of section
2 of an act regulating the tenure of civil
officers iny functions as Secretary of
War ad interim ceased' from the moment
of the receipt of the within notice.
I have the honor to be, very respect
fully, your obedient servant,
IT. S. (h:ant, General.
Here follows a copy of the resolutions
of the Senate.
This letter was handed -to the Pesai
dent by one of Gen. (Gramt's staff, jrt
one hour after: 0en. Grant had surrFa
dered to bir. Stanton, and of com-se the
Intter was in' possession of the War Do
parfnett that-lengtt of time before Mr.
Johnson was advisedof hbat had trans.
pired. It -n-pearta certified copy of the
Senate r~solation 'wans serfd npon each
(Gen. Grant and Mr. Smtntte)'lst nigbe
about 8 o'clotok by Gol. Forny,; Olerk
of the Senate, in pers.n, - A copy- was
left at the WVhite House about 9 o'clock
last night, but :the President was en
gaged in-the -reeeptlon amid he did nob
see it until 4 o'cloek this moring.
ATLAN4TA, GA., Jan. 17.-tenerl Or
ier No. 12, emoveu s John T. Burns,
Cornptroller~ef the State of Georghir, for
deelitiang to tespect the instraetiohs of
and failing to eoloperate with the: Mfnjcr
Genrsd cnzmnamnding;. Capt. Chales
"Ybentdn, of the 38d Infantry, is osdere
to Milledgrville as Compteller.
ANnIAPOLs, Jan. 17~.--Hon. Wi. .B.
Hamilton has beet eleoted to the United
States Senate from Maryisand.
WASsrnGTon, Ja;l .17.-.--The Stipreme
Court was orowded to hear the er parte
MeCardle ease. The paint which figuredl
was the advancement of the vase on the
docket. Judge Sharkey stated., i argn
meant, that there were several lerasae
in Missireippi whom the early decision
of this case may esave from hanging.
Goev. Flanders, of Louisiana, I.. here.
There was a regalar Oabimet meeting
to-day. -8tanton did not apeproabh.
The Military Committee, in view of
the unsettled state of the Soath, havr
dedlded to de'ltaactiob ft* redaciajp tle
P'srod~a who ba~e svefersed with
General Grant, say ~ie t very' Lgbdt
ed in his langqage rgrdliqg the pead
ing reconstranstk bp .. .. .
'The Snpremne Court of ew York li
;oredi Belle Boydv from her husband
to-day. Go it Belle.
AukusT n 7. 7 co
C r.Jenk bs has een ub jab ea e
coaieiders the ordinance ssed by
the-Co saysion-to'latemP"ond '44 , ,
to defray its expe a, and requiring
toe Trese rer of tie i f idtdf rft
advanche iO(COO, the ame=to be atnet
whea thea specin is collected, as an
appropriation made bylaw, in the Sisde
used by the constiattios' of Gorgia
which prescribes that no money shall be.
drawn from the Treeiury except by
appropriation made by law. He there
fore requtests the, Governor to issue a
warrant on the Teeasurerfor the amount
ealiedlfoC by the Convention. 'He .ur
ther says he is clearly of. the opinion
that the Convention is authoraigd !
the reeoaitruadtion facts to. exerq's etzcait
legislstive pewdwias mna he; n r
th',enitblepit 4o discharge e @h tJ
whch: eaid tsilmpose." i S .
elbek is £, precedennt for the sotaio 9o t,
Iteonatmlettaidi Oonention" lthe appoe
'priatlbns made by the.. Oopstitatlpnei
Oonvbnutlon whid:ht4o isMebled jin;l~J.
H ieo*oeldes.by asking .,the _Cioper
'performeneo of the dirleullteii4,emtlU
rasslbg dttiea :daorelSi navlgnn i i.
+ ntdioekinstaoeq,:.ecAti s#pgje
oft M oPe'e neonubieatiso,: +ýt3 $,
ftie~l eonsideratiou asp.1,it, th
slearest eonsctatongsof duty, he resapt
fal fldellnesto " comply .with .4e" A
requeebt mid sMates ftW, t}qfor g, Rg-,
pingpat setne length. ':le drsat eoqsi
thel4ueesion as arisiag,~mtelfo,0pRdi-i
atuuion oft Georgia, adopteip,L
ulder the ,Oostotutiei onio ,thee UT
States, b"th ,.ofrwbIe ; be ic srwpR to
I preseore, protect, and .defed. ap
propriatai bhaving been. mndq by the
Iepielsature, .'and ,the: c4Wrent pn,uot
hauing'beenpaUlled-in ,ae#wlsaice ,li
thea onstitutions but b:r Congres, ,
awtoti comply with its 0behptsr. ton,
grias, bannob, 4by its simple, "rt, appro.
priMates maoney, from . the, ¶realr,y of
Georgia, srid dawnteonfer on itasgeuts
, lrrg r .powers.: thpn: ase possessed ,,by
itself, doesnht consider. that paymeqts
made fromthe State Treaeury; in pureug.
ance of. an ordinaice of-the. Recoustmuc
tion Convention, would be an appro~ria
fltion made by.law.
<He states, in the second plap, that
there is nothing in the reconstruction,
Sacts which saddles tho Treasury .ef the
State with the cost of their Movel enter
--rise. They provide that the COucen
tian ihail levy a tax for that express
ptuosts ,uand thirdly, apart from the
oowstitutional. principles involved, the
liabilities of the State are now pressng
upon the Treasury, and would not war
rant Tam in authorikiug the Treasurer
to advauce moneu to the Conuveition.
Gcn, Ieade, in reply, states that he
receives Gov. Jenkius',i conunuuication
with profound regret ; cousiders his ac
tion an impediment to reconstruction;
does not feel called upon to tanswer his
arguments, but removes him ,fro noice
, with regret, entertaining for Iehn high
personal respect-both are ~ctiug from
a conscientious senase of duty.
WAsnI1icTON, Jan. 13 -The pctiozn of
Gen. Mead, in removing the .Governor
~and State Treasurer ot Georgia, thongli
not wholly unpexpected, prodnces some
surprise and much conment . here. It
appears that whe GeuiMeade arrived
at Atlanta to superteede flan. Pope, the
anti-reeonstruotiou mischief makers
crowed lustily before tlieir'tine, They
Sbeset the General to establish his head
e qmiters at Macon, the sqat 'and centre
of the Ben. Hill influenge, and sustained
their first rebuff in his refusal. to do so.
Their subsequent proceedings however,
became so intolerable .that withiu five
1 days after assuming command Gen.
a Meade has felt it his duty, tp deal a deci
e sire blow' . Having promisecdthe .coon
- struction Convention at Atlanta that
their expenses should be paid, he
i telegraphed to GC. Grant for instruac
l tions relative to timhi removal of the
t State Treassmer in ca;ae the latter
t should' reject the execution oi any OIder
lookirni tothe payment-of nme,n~.ei's ol
the Convention. Gen. Grant instrt. tel
him to remove the Treasurer at once
if he mmde any resistance to such orders
a Theretpnlon hangs the removal of both
the State Treansurer. Jones, antd the
SGovernor, Jenkins, who sustained Jones
t in his resistance. Jenkins has telegra,
-phedt'o thie President for his "proteo
The Committee on Ways and Means
cesarerf, As-the sense of this com
a mittee, that one hundred aod fift.y mil
lion of dohFIat of revenue shal:l be cos
tidered as tbe whole amount of revenUe
to be obtained fromur Internal taxes, and
that the same, as far aa s practicable, be
ceollected from: Virst--Distilled spirits
and fermented liquors. Mecond-To
Sibacco and manufactar8es of tobacoo.
Thtid--Sf tamtis. Fonrthm-peoial taxes.
Fifth Iwee. BixtLh-Dividen ds 7th
--Luxuriesand amuseements EJghth
Banks and railroads. Ninth-legade
fand seconesions. Leavlngp he leaasts
sible aim to be eolleeted from indistrisl
upnrsmit, and relieving that olals et in.
i testat e.ttrely.'
- Hubbard, of Connlectieut, alluding to
Garfield's bill legislating -Haaccek out
Sof his Major Generaluhtp, said it was a
oirenitous trick to oast a gallanmt soldier,
Sand thbs conneetion of the adt with the
idea of improving the army would have
been, had it been proposed by any one
else than Garfield, frhaudlent.
An editor became martial, and was
ereated captain. On parade, instead of
"two paees front-advanoe," be auon
seiously bawled out, "Csh--fve dolla~rs
a year in advamoe."
R Bome contains 215,572 inhabitants, an
increase of 20 per centin-en yearn. The
polHition eompriste 8194 tegalu lsergy
idt monls, 6or pe telem than 48 pemwsa
Th5e m al. 221 tbes.
Mrs. Jones, roids wifoa IA Connee
' I can't tell one of 'be t''Mc a pailt
water bat rwhat he'll burst out a eorin'."
T RO DOW N YOUNG
]IX mpý y, eived notio t t
i d isLbe a b I thy ele t "'f
college life. But from tables of the m
tality of arvard Universiy collecte
og e, it is clearly demonstrated that the
b, tf deaths for the first ten years
afteri graduation is found in that portion
of '~-tt "dcais-isrinor4u --erabel-rbip
Every one who. has beme through the
curriculum knows that where .Esaehuylus
and political economy injure one, late
hours snd rum punches-use up a dozen;
and the two little fingers of Morpheus
are heavier than .the 'lions of Eunlid.
Dissipaition is aswift end sure deetroyer,
anid every young man who follows It a
an e#rly flower exposed to untimely
frot, Those who' have been., iveigied
in tfi. path of vice ire ias L..L Le
ry are many-=-enou'gh ib _ "ni'h e.
evey naovitiate that he hasa oiio. ity
tiil shall escape a mplani i fate. A
i Siors of sleep each night, high liv
ingapd plenty of -smashes," make war
fad every function in the body. The
tir.., the heart, the ,tInags, the liver,
tipine, the limbs, t bln 'the'fli~eh
v~rfy part and facul t ri~ri'tIxed,
vprp sand weakeued. by tietrwifii a er.
:% passion and appetite,, :OaL ;qma
As nt, until, like a.dilapidatedma
,sign, the "earthly houue of this taberia
'" :falls into rainousedsar. o ast
+Q b e. l, ribt abLn-. p:
-.-"We have goo4oauthority for statbti
thab the dtffhgnes lie bi*eeU31i. an
irre Ci. dis 8i uher;' heh -ii e
osunsed So OtOiuh bleiasiit toselh ad'
eandal, 1'a 'e been Tinall.t sttied' b 4
iekfiausent sepx at fohW th the" intattul
coqtent'gd dedire'f tl parties Maid
tlreri be'st' jebdb ' TI dlret: rlanee o6f
tliisHseparaitlon is simply tlib: -'cektainty,
discovered only tro late; 'tha.' there
exists between the pa'ties au incompat.
ibi!ity ofteni1rantent'and qpitioi rpdn,
ceittin sojicti questions, 'iiblf p ,udee
the' poasit 1iy of "their 'living -happily'
together as ilan aind wife." .
A head properly constituted ean
accomimodate itself to whatever pillows
the vicissitudes of fortune may "place
A NAsVoNAL COCqlVaNTION.-A Wash
ington correspondent telegraphs a rumor
that the President intends to issue a
proclamation recommending the South.
ero States to send delegates to a Nation
al Convection. He will -set forth the
doctrine that the States are in the Un
ion, sad as iuchi entitled to represents
tion in' the NMtioblt GColktention as the
States now Lhaving representatton in
"Shall I have your hand'" said an
exquisite to atbelle, as the dance was
.about to commence.
"Wit all my heart," was the soft re
A sen;iment.il old bnohelor says a
wonan's heart is the "sweetest" thing
ia the world; in fact a perfect honey.
comb--fuill of cells.
A reporLer in the Lonisiana conven
tioa was thrcatened with a thrashing
by. one of the negre members because he
didn't make good English of the hon
orable gentloman's speech,
Juatcz was iuaugarated President
of Mexico on Christmas DSy.
Brigham. Young is extending the
telegraph lines in his dominion, and
installs none but female o:)erltors.
Forn stylishb bo'nnet, the Maine Far
mer recommends a-pnmpkin seed trima
med with tnr, the blond end to be worn
in' front to keep off the tua amd wind.
The Rdlitcal Washington correspon
dent of 'he St.Lxois )emecret, in his
,dmisatch dated the 10th, says:
1The President's friends say that he is
eonsideiin1 the comse he will pursune i',
case Cong-re. a tetlpts to put any
further power into the bams of Geua.
-Gant in cornretion with the execution
of'therteconstrtlction aInws. They assert
that the President will not submit to
an; eCh actionI, hebut will insist on his
right to isub: all orders to military
oficers in virtub- of his eonstitutional
-uthot~ty as 'Commauder-in-chief.
* The Pas"is expolition aetted three mil
An old baebelor,. seeing the words,
Iuplies 8appliied," ovrer the door of a
shop·; steppied in and said he would take
La with and two children.
- Btoadt, while performing, - few daSa
bask, st Oelogue"Ptnssisa felt f.-oa the
I teope and broke his arm.
*'. Beaazet, leimee of the oelino and
ganrntg ttables otf Baden, has jast died.
Oapt. Waddell, ibrerlsPy of the Shen
aadoab mraiseer, lives in Baltimoae
Balt Lake, which has no oatlet, is ria
leag year ly year, and threatens to en
gmlph the city ef the sints.
It is said by observemrs that women
with dark hair marry mucs sooner than
otherus Our exp-erfece has been the
contrary, the majority of the marriages
being among the light-headed one.
Beecher's churh is , to haVe 14h 1leool
tse pavement in front of It to iwvent
Better have it asiide.fhe pulpit, then.
The Paris lades haae a gorgees but
tefv now to loopap thefr tmaing |a
the birom, so that the derm *nbatter
Bies ofalr dan," bitherto nad ta ba itn
eomplimentary sbense,uaafi ow be can
sdeared n regle.
e ng of the I.S, instant, at tie real
bn ride's father, by the Rev. F. Iae
v r. Arorno P. R.Lcaº,A to Miss ZLara
-L-AIsAJcU, both of thlia Pariah.
dral MI"-ib, in t ' j "'ve , -h
• On the evening of the 23d ` theta,+te'l , .
+._n_ ?L + -- - *- - - , -- --+ 11_ +' _ ~jL - - Tr.
I.On the 20th instant, BasRT OAerArf, aged t2
years, a natilve of Ilut rbowg, Frames .ea.r ,
On the 20th in aant, Bassa V. Mu Yrw, am.
citizen of this place. .
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thelarge andsweC augqrte4sto& o
48 8E inbardt ,.o pum;has d at e+ rIt,' sale
at aidch hes than half its value. TI..U wilLsel.
theuato the public muds lower than the ps eebt
Nei Orle p- ptad oTý ·H- ;" 1 A M %T
DBY GOOD being outside their
nme. they desire to gel rid of tbhe staeelf'QUIC ,i J
and 'ill give, in consequence, ASTOUNDIrNG
Janbary 23d&l' +''- f V .i"L ,T ' T +
]fyvirti: of an order of the Hfonorable9istriet
" Colnout siaed for the Parish of Nathbitbsebs,
there will be ofi@fela4sfadi&to til IsdtWlhlibt
bidder at? the duct of the CourV Heseii tb towhe t a -,;
.wd Pe~ish of Natchitoches, on
Monday, S41h day eof FPebrmiay, i
the following propety situated in the Pjisahb of
atd4hitoches a i1tl 8'tkeoaeeasyn or
Thorras J. Qisoenbmry , ceased, viz:
A'tract of food %lMto lb the Parish of fkte- :
-itoohes. on the left bank of-R ed River deoeiudig, }
about three miles below the town of Campte,
messurin- about tour aipe!ts frgpt on said River,
more or less, and runniag' bseki f r-a th along
the bank of the. BShyo known hs the 'G ad Cor,
six arpuats, more or less, mod from thepoe beck.
or.ty aipents. more or less, to the line in the rear
of said tract of land, bounded above by land. for
erely bloaging to 1 ebJ* te ,rand
the sAid Baypon.ravd dot, at.4 bgow andM. intle
rear by land formerly' belonging to TIhomas 3.
Quisenbury, deceased, being the same derived from
Mi:aianette Bodin and others by act of 1st Janua
ry, 1853. said tract of land belonging to the com
munity betwcen said Quiseubury and his surviving
TRALi, A ) co-riirOIoxs OF 'sAdE :
Casla--subject to the appreisement.
J C. . IIUGIIE,
January 13d, 1868. lieriff.
VEITEI DE SUCCESSION.
n ve..' dun ordre de l'Honorable Coa" dt'
I)istrict dznq et pour Is Paroiss3 des Natch
itoches it sera offertten vonte se plt haut et derw
nior encha;isenr A la porte do Ia Maisounde Cone
dn~ ville et I"aroisee des Natcbitoches,,
teuandi, 24ame lour de Fevlers 1868,
ia prop..t suivante situte duns Is P'arolese des
N atchitoches et appartenant a )a Seewsion de
Thomas J. Quiaenbury, lee¢dt, msq o
Un morcau de tero tsiltda das l ' liolAe drites
Natchitoches :ur Ia rive gauche de Is riviere
Rothe enden i ceiti if; 1"
bas de Campto mesarnat environ qugtre rents
de face sur In dite Rivie'e., pins oh molns. t con
rant en profondeur jettf au a4oa Codistt bous le
nor d': Grand Cor, de Ia-quarante arpents. pins
on moins eo arriest, jnaqug Ia 1sslg leansedlredal
din morcean borne par en haut per des terres
appartenant suterois a Louis Lamatte, decde, et
is dit Bayou Grand Cor, par eo bas par da terres
antrefois appartenant A Thomas J. Qaisentary,
deacd:, etant le meme qui fat sabett de Marianette
Badin cit outree par acte du ler Jauvier, 1$53, to
dat morcean de terre appartenant eu 'oommunaut*
entre le dit Quisenbury ot asm veve servivants.
TKRyS ETrr Ceoarroi I LA Vaa ersTr:
Au Comaptant, avee benefice d'estimatioa
J. C. HUGUE%,
Janvier 28, 1868. . : - .ei..
Dxsrar Cqua. -- PAait, or Naraciwoeosas.
Jams M. Bl(tt - ,. ...
as Na 69(m
Madison Mobley and T. H. Hamilton.
By virtus olf a writ of Sieri faeas leved b the
Honqrble District Comrt, in Red 1I the
par:sh of Nat6bitdcheA. Cad to at ditededia dbe
.bove enti;led and numbered mit, I have seised
and will offbl rM dd.t.Io t4 ba1 pad
Saturday. 1st day e Februsaary m6s.
within the aetl house of sale, at the ew-MUill
of Mobley & Hamittee, uear peigwiI Isif cis.
perish, the foTW Md.mt d * PbvdI P a 76dl ma
the properir of the defeoadsts, to-wit:
T..irty tbaemand (30,006) feet of squae Lamp
vruss or &"eA:
Cask-with the bene ot t.
Jan uay 16, 1868. e
- 'INTE DE SERIU.
Corun D Draf'rcs-PAbotss Dss aNAveinBctraa.
James M. lliott,
Madison Mobled et T. 1. ]iMilttsaon. - 6W2
En vertu dna writt ode eu par
EA ble Cour deDattI oetr
d: Natchitoches et a som Aaddr* d iE b
t'dezass eas at rwera, JMJl aid at as a
ea vents aM ples hrt et Auditl rr
tdeas etdble b Paeolee peo as4*1
at msesiola metas a dI h1e digIsats
( u..a,.e Mi ( sO.Y .
i lO SAIa. - .
Paab, at Ysm-5 o .
belau1en with p d aa .
deobtf 5 %.L.1¶ZP . -