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aso, eaur Your Coatry
-y ALURT d. PIKE, EsQ.. oF ARKANSAS.
To the Tase of Dixie.
Sothreon ,hear your Country call you !
Up, lt worse than death befall you !
To anm! to arms ! to arms ! in Dixic !
Lo! all the beaontires are lightd,
Letall hearts be now united !
Toe as toarams! to arms! in Dixie 1
Chera-Advanoe the fag of Dixi ! 1
Hurrah, hurra !
For Dixie's land well take our stand,
Anti live or die for Dixie!
To arms! to arms !
And conquer peace for Dixie !
To arms! to arms!
And conquer peace for Dixie !
Hear the Northern thunder's mutter !
Northern flags in South wind flutter !
To arms! etc.
Send them back your fierce defiance!
Stamp upon the accuns'd alliance
To arms ! etc.
Advance the flag of Dixie, etc.
"ear no dsger! shun no labor !
Lift up ri,tke anda bre !
o arm! ete.
Shoulder ssing cloe to shoulder.
Let the odd ake each heart bolder !
To arma! tec.
Advance the fag of Dixie! etc.
How the South's great heart rejoices,
At your anmnon's ringirng vViccs !
Fee faith betrayed and pledges broken,
Wrongs inflicted, insults spoken;
Te arms ! etc.
Advance the flag of Dixie, etc.
Strong as liomns, swift as eagles.
Back to their kennels hunt the beagles!
To arms ! etc.
Cut the agequal bonds asunder!
Let them then each ether plunder!
To arms ! etc.
Advancet the hag of Dixie ! etc.
Swear upon your country's altar,
Never to saDebit or faltar;
To arms! etc.
Tll the spoilrs are defeated,
'Till the Lord's work is completed.
To arms! etc.
Advance the fag of Dixie ! etc.
Halt, not,'till our Federation,
ecures among Earth's Powers its statio !
To arms! etc.
Then at peace, and crowned with glory,
hear your childreen tell the sory !
Advance the flag of Dixie etc.
If the loved ones weep in madness.
Victory soon shall bring thum gladness;
To arms! etc.
Exaltat pride soon banish sorrow;
Smles has fears away to-morrow.
To arms! etc.
Advance the flag of Dixie ! etc.
BaekEle Det BerUtlwUe's.
TIR have moved our Drug Store to the new
brick beikldia as the corner of Main and
Bank streets, opposite Roth, Deblieux & Co.,
where we avite a call trom our old cuAtomars
and the puic generally.
ass UCLEY & DELAVALLADF.
W T hae is se a very hae and choice so.
lection of ine Rauors and K,ives of real
Jesph b ret make, that we will sell low.
8 · OCELEY & DELAV4LLADE.
a is our stock of Fanl
V•ill Calndd eaminit.
de3 STOW KLEY & I)ELAVA LAI)E.
1easoom Oisgr, Mo.
E havae Wersha ioto( Cigars, Smock.
iaad Chqyati Tohacco, for sale by
s -.TCLEr& DELAVALLADE
W E ha at received to addition to our
cteok o Jewelry, which is now large sad
vril. Evj article sold by as is warranted
a w If not as represated, we will
alwopstako theod back adreauad tk emo
ny. TflOCKLT i DELAVALL LI e.
A assi setmet, togother with a large
stock of chnel Sztioary, for sale by
teo NTO(PELEY & IELAVAM.ADEi
WIR JAVI q a s of pue Coal Oil for
ale. Alao, ahler Lape for Coal
BTOCKLEY & DELAVALLADE.
B h rv a largo and fresh assort
V I ~ e MD~ INE8. which were per
ehs ed ash is New Yrork, and which we
ware al cars% sad will sell as low as ay
IWOC KL3 & DEI.AVALLADR.
LTED, WHITE,-White Ziuc, Linseed Oil,
u L~d 'ET & DELAVALLADE.
, -O -
YT A55!r ty our
[ENUIN W3EiD at S per thuemad
hoseastssfse at aw.
L ' e ILthJsee, ALL PATENT ME
U eblesied a a by tea whehinh
d i, Em , d ., -eimor
i[-r ~~ -+i~w
NEW ORLEANS ADV'S
DONOVAN & NEUTZ
5 ..... Camp Street....... 95
ANCHOV IES-In Oil and Salt.
APPLES-Grees, Dried, Preservcd, and Apple
BACON-Breakfast Baron. Sides and Shoulders.
BEEF-Phdadclphta and Western. Dried Beuf.
BUTTER-Goshens, Roll andl Western
BUCKWilHEAT--In bids. hf do. hags anl boxes.
BROMA- Baker's extra lprqm red
BROOM S-Corn. flair and 4lisp.
BRUHIES-Whhtcawish, Shot, Scrbs and Dust
CHEESE-English Dairy. Cream. Western,n,
Pnu - pple/, Dtue h and Supsa;o.
CRAC'KEiS-C-rau kvls. ( <nammn; Caraway.
C'reams. .MdV.. Sugar, Bust ,, i ater, (iwrnr,
Wines. easa and Alatraront Sq.uppss.
COFFEE-- OldlGo. Jara,. Family Js., Hlrawa, .
(Od Rio, Lagnira, Mlha, Mlr i an and (Csta
CHOCOLATE AND COCOd.
CLAMS AND OYSTERS.
DRIED IIERRIES-.l Iatrkberries and Pea, hes.
FRUIT'S-Raisins. (,urrats. Pie Fruis. Tb!le
Frsits, l'Prns. Fr'gs, L(/ron and I 'rn/, rarr's.
FLOUR-F. E. F . Golden Ha, and .dtlaitic,
iJ bids. hI hblis and blas.
FISH-M-uI'krd. eo hj l, it. al hr do. C'ulish.
Macknair T'rut. Sa/non. ptklid anal sp,,d.
Roe Herrtin, Dried Herring; HMaisbat and
GINGER-Canton. Driedand pulr,risld.
HERBS-Sare. 'Thymeo, avcry and Marjoram.
HAMS-NSugar-Cured. Grtn ial n sUuituus.
181NG LLA. .dAD GEIL. TINE.
JELLIES-(-Carrant, Grap,. Pilasu Damson. A1p
pie. Orsnce. Blarkberry, Ruasdlcrry, ltraw
terry, Lensa, PIearc and Guaua.
LIQUIORS. WINES .ND ( OIDIjALS--Bran
dys. W'hisky, Champagne. Madeira. ',,rt. Mus
cat, Sherry. Annsuitte, Guagnalit, Rateetiat.
Cassis Du Mont D'or, Cnrtoa. Marastrino.
lourlct,'rs Ballers. Sch areduam i, hin,lps,
Orange Flower Water. Ale, Porte r. Cl'(sit
Wties. Blackberry, W&ild lherry and French
MOI.ANNEs. AND SYR lP--Plantation
and Susgr-house Molisses, Ste~wsrt's asd BI.l
cher's Syrup. and Sirop de Raterie.
.NUT'l'N- ,lluwud.. s,t shell and shelled. aui
OIL,- 'ittn Need, Lard and Sperm.
PICKLE'--Olives. 'ecidtilli. Ge rk i n s,
Lim:s. Cau4ifowrrs, Onions, Red (Cabbagr, ¢t
POTA TOJES-Irish and .uwert.
PRENERVES- I'PneAp iple. Prs. P 'eaches.
Crab .dpple, Orange. Bltkbs rry, Raspberry:
Strawberry, Pluas,: Apri ars, Damsnsa, Cher
ries, Grape, Green Gages and Linmes.
QUINCES- 'Presert ed ac il q,,,nce Jollies.
RICE-B-larhy Split and Dri/l Green Prs uand
SODA-Cream, Tartr Salaratus and ' east
SALT---Srarch. Soap, Alustard, Pepper.
Lamp IVWk, ti.
SA UCES--.llushromn. Ketchup. J'imamtle
do., Worrestershire, Soho. Jon Bles, Ilarve's,
Padoli. Ikf-stlak, China Royal, 4.
SUGAR- lro,wn. (irasalated, Powdered
Loaf anl Crushed.
SOA P~.-Oak'leys,. lulfs, Kederls. Ilney,
Palm Od, Alneonwd and Transarent.
TO.NGl'E;- Suyar-cured and Picklsd.
Pios Feet , Philadiuphia Pig Pork, Mess and
TEA N-E.setlish. Breakfast, Ol,,rln.,'. Po,
tchong, Rose, Old Hyson, Young Hyson. Impe
riul and Gunpoerder. loanu saed it papers ,f Ahsys
eand quarter pounds.
VERMICELLI, Alusarari, Tapsoro. Sago and
VINEG.d---White Wine, Cider, Catawba and
S uCEJ~- Nt-M mc~s,s, innamon, All
SUALDRIES-ndia Curry. Salad Cream.
one and Bay Waters. Oastmeal Holoiny. Gra
ham Flor Corn eal, Grits. Indigo. Pads,
B rckets, .Qst ut: Lines, Candles of all kinds
Snm R Paste, Yarmouth eIrring, C oua
Q Goods delivered free of drayage to boats.
C. WIN W .Oaz s,
44 & 46 Royal street, Naw Orleass,
r Wculd invite the attention
of their tienda eand the pub
lic to their
SLARGE AND WELL SELECTED 8"TOCK OF
Having within the past year grently enlarged
their establiahneat, they are now enabled to es
hibit the best and moset varied assortment o
Cabinet Furnitn& ever oflered tor lae in the
South. comprising everything necessary in the
funibshing of a dwelling. In addition to Ft:rni
ture, we keep for sale: Pluw , Hair. Eadmlled
SClt, w Cerd, Tassed, Springs, Tuck, Thit
] VrYaksu. t .
primg. Hair end Moss Mattrseu; Patent Spring
. l Bel.tise-a new and economrula invention.
Cnmorters, - eas,she, tPsre Piobe (uoes, and
M Nayidl Bers; Mirrwr, of all sizes, in endless
SPfe ras.J Cheted c l dia eing; Rfrigerstors
of allt kiad, tog·ther withtI~e~ a of every sae,
City a.d country purchasers will always fiud
our stock readly lor their inspection, and are cor
- dially invited to visit our store and examine lor
- American Machine Depot,
46 St. Charles st., Corner of Gravier,
DURING the prent s yer beautiful Pattern
at 6.8, 9, 10, )t, 14 end 16 inch cylinder,
Sstationary, and 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10 inch Portalsle
Eagae, have be. com ted, d r nun ow of.
f ad for sale; u togther with Saw MiUs, Grist
Id Mills, Shingle Maediam, Brick Mehinan, Cot
so sonm. .a aer mchinry, empe "e
the tareststeek ev~er*led forae; wous a
the me time, it is of aouther inventio a-nd
asn ee aa d of deIsty and quality uonqasaed
- *Illeutralte gale M te -ay uidrum be
mll. dec1. SAMUEL .H ILMA-;
1Wo. 20 ClAMP STR4ET, '
NEW ORLEANS, La,
(Under Ihe CIty etal Deildiuga,)
if eni~uai mo avant aiv ruloU or
e es IIwauee allOl a
a gd. wJr
1 ast* er sal Place nw e .
r- es -
NEW ORLEANS ADV'S.
E. A. TYLER,
5 CANAL STREETI', NEW ORLEANS,
tI now opening and always hason hand a large
Ladies Fine Watches,
set with Diamonds, Pearls, or Enameled.
Gentlemen's Chronometers and Hunting Watch
es. with the new Winding Apparatus.
Also-Gold and Silver Watches of the most cele
Gold, Guard, Vest and Fob Chains,
All o1 new style, and 18 carats gold.
WatlcL Trsmislrags, Ac. e f
E. A. TYLER.
feb19 110 Canal street. C
U. P. BUCKLIE ',
(LATE YOUNG & Co.)
8 Camp Street. wew Orleans.
IlEStch aeaker, Jerrelkr wsad 4ilrersadMl.
Imnpolwrtels of till n Watc\bes 6t
I lr Ladces ande Gsentleme. of
tle ml ael dlleb.tled mnak.rs ol England and Swit
zerland., made to Ihs order epressly in heavy
cases, (.ohl and silver) ald warra.,led staidardl
Ileness. l.ales Chatelatne" and Neck Chains
(;ent.s guard. Foh and V.st ('hams: Seals. Key".
&c. Finger -ils.S. EIa-t lng. . 1;e, t plus, Cur
piius. &c. L)i.onds iln hI'º adl Rjus.
Spectacles lor et ely .age. in gulJ. silt er and steel
Silverw.re warraited as pure u. coinl. consisting
of table. tea an .1 desert Spoons;
Table ald Desert Forks. Ladles. Iltter Knives
Mustaid and salt sp,..ns, sugar tongues. k&.
Plated w are. tcosistllg ol castors. candlet.li.cks
lavin: been . ways engaged in the mnechanical
part of the business. all Wt.lches sent for repails
will have the stricten attelotlaln, all Ihaving every
tacility for lu:tkiig any)' portlonll of a watchb, he
will be enabled to work on veay seasonable
, Jewelry made to order. and repaired. Dia
snisuls reset ill he latest style. Calnes mlounlted
Illn ollId silver dec3-ro7
ALFitEI) 31L'NIOE & CO'S
Great Clothing Emporium I
Corm r " (f ,lip a,1d xO/mi loit Ss.,
Fall is passing and IW'ater
NEtAI1.Y LUI'ON Us.
By late arrivals. a lull assortment of
lesn's aId Boy's Clelthiug
has been reeirved, together with a new supply o
Their Pateut Take SHIRTS are superior to
the best; and the) have the best supply Io New
INll.1 IRU BBIE1 CL(OT1IING.
At tIl, above establishment may be found:
Ov'ercoals....... fruinom $ 0 to ;I} 00
Businecs Coatse.... .. 7 50 to 2.1 00
C'lth Froctks..... ... 1 00 to 35 00
Black PanltalhstI,. . 3 50 to 12 (0
Il,,lIred Pantalhns . . :lII0l t 13 It0
\rcsts-Vestc-Vests .. 3 2l to 13 (t
I'l3ersMhirts....... .. .1 T' ti 3 50
l'raswtr.............. ! h t 3o 3 50
LinentI lsm tl Shirts .. 1 10 tot 2 01
Gi.ovi:--all styles and qualities.-HALr Hlos,
all qualiliss.-HAsrasacns:Fs-all quallities.-
CRAVAT". Scirrs. .'l"s. And all articles Ireees
sary for Glut's. W1ardrole.--bbaSls Traveling
Blankets.-T'unks. Valises, Caupet lBag.,--Uin.
blellas. etc. etc.. etc.
OIl uvn' C(utlthing of everr description.
Undld sher. from tlhe collunltry respectllily
solicited. In sendllg orders please give the olo
FOR COAT-Size of breast in inches-size of
waist-length of artn froul the centre of back
-heihbh (of person.
FOR P'AN'T.LOUNS-Size of waiat-length
or' inside seam.
FOR VE'T--Sizeof waist-length 6f vest liom
Ft RI Sill lIT-Size of neck-length of arm.
Call anul axaminte Iw yourselves at the
IwU. V'. L.L'E O'"
AL'IED L1 N1URO()E & CO.,
n7 oct27C(oner Cam pand Common streets.
Get Your Shirts in New Orleans
S. N. MOODY'S.
Ileavy Under Shirts. . 6 tor SI 50
Heavy Drawers, - . for 2s
Heavy K ish fecks, - - - foar I 0
Shirt Collar - I.or 3O
Fine Black Silk Cravats. 40 ca a pi~ees. sad
Severy artileh lor gentlemen's toilet equally
g " Skirts asade to Order is Erey BIlle.
Fee lft meaaaemems, asd aise . week,ilsgLI be
so ee1tark Ie s r i ead o w itead., with the olbk es I t
I rirht maUIE,)ae height mad weight.
SPer mawer, wat sad cretch or iide seam.
d warM sea me.. e at heat.
d Sirts made to erder ia every style. Dirat
tiaes0s r self msaseusmeat eat aI.
No. 1 Roy Street,
Nexat der t twh Port 0be, Nsw Ossm.
City el e serley it~ e he reT
a-.ile. a ly
se to e.. e
ROSS & GALLAGHER.
ROSS t" G LL.sEIIER.
Selfni Off at Prifme Cost.
STHE undersigned will offer for sale "At Prime
1 Cost" their Large, Varied and Ex:easve
FANCY and DOMESTIC DRY GOODS,
CLOTHING. BOOTS, SHOiS, HATS
& CAPS, hARI)WARK &
from this date. until the lt day olJanualy uext.
when the balance thenl o, hand, w:ll be closed
out at suction.
The prrmlnt offers ''A Rare Ch:anlc" ftr buy
ers to procure their Fall and Wia\lt Supphes
at extremely low prices.
The Stock is t.ey complete and culsists in
pailt o the tollowing articles:
Fancy, Staple, lu. tic F'urnishiing and t
P'lantaloni lDry (G ods. t
Rich Dress tod[.,, if the inew ntyls.
E1iibriider'ies, aft all d.escripiionas.
Silk, Cuttoni an;d Wl \\n n hosiery, all
Gcnt;', l-lilies' and Childreni's Silk
and Mtcriin V~.lts.
-Silk and Clloth Biam'tius and Cloaks,
f"rJ L.ali'us altl Clhilhir'.
t'ashiii re's, M'rina , Ihl.aiilis, t1 the
llack and 'ol,'orel Silk., all coloirs
lanld lit;w styli's.
Irish and FI"'reclh l'uliius, very liand
I'lain & Emnbroaid ttred Englt'( . l'Balregls.
ri'zelC , lles, I :ilt ad (enil li'i lereid.
Ps'il dle Clivre, very handsoiie
figi'red aniil plain.
VallhlIacia ansid Ca.shittie Plaids.
Very beautiful Styl'6s Cliints Casd4
Frenilch, Eignli.h & Atrn-rican Prints.
Slhirting, Lint,li, ;& Linen Shtiet lgs.
Table l )alla.-k, al widthls,at all prices.
Litien Towels alndl 'tiwclilngs, of ev
Whitt ainll o tliclred I)olet.i.
Large ' assoirt'mitl'it of Cassiitcress, Sat
ineits, Jet'ais lutd C. tI. taltd, 's.
French Cloth, Bla'k anld Coltored.
Large iinvoice iof i'lantatlion aind FPai
ily Blainkets, at very low figures.
Plain and Plaid Jatetlts & I'aulibrics.
Swiss Mull anld Naiins,,k Muslin.
Plaid ramid Figured lIabbintsA atid
Thireai aad i Valenci ennites Edginlg andl
Swiss & .Ja.coet Baindls &t Ftlnctiig.
Silk, Wsulen, huck Iand id Gloves.
Shirt Bosoiis, very chital
SCheeks, Denins, Kerisey, Li l'seys
ly. Jeans and Marilbrough Plaids.
Brown anlid WVite Slieetings and
Shirting+, hickory stripe.
Valeiiciciitnes Sts, t'cllar & Sleeves.
Swiss tand Jacoit al dit .
Black Al1tace:as, B.0t1hazine & Tansies.
lanniiels, ligured & plain-all iololr
Fall and Winter Clelihng and
(Mn-sitr Fsurlasigshig Goode.
Black i'lI'th Frock (Coat-, ,f cvery grade.
lSupirliine Black Chlth DLres Coiats.
do. Blaitk and colohired Cas, itre
ac-ks antid Ultsiitss ioats.
lNevcrsil'ie Cassiutre Business Sacs.
Bllack and colored U ioi tCasstint, ri
Paltials, ac-s at- Busine.iiiss Catas.
Biick and tcolored Satiliet Palcttits
Superline lco.hlrl Casialii-nere Patnts.
ali Black Isoeskin do
Black and colored Uiitlon iCats. do
pit d(i Satiniet
Suiirline Silk Vclv e' Vests. do
do Black ail Faincy Silk Vests
ido Black DI)-eskin & Satin du
C _ilJr(ed tlad Black Uhion Cas. iests,
single and doubletd breasted.
Overcoats, IlHiglilanders and Cloaks.
Blanket Coats, Flushing and Pilot Cloth
Cats, MInk'y and li arney Jackets.
- And a genera sirorimeiti of LOW prices .ad
medium qiality t'lothiig Also a gr-at variety
of Furuiahaig Goods, such as Printed Puff Botom
Shirts. White and colored Shlrt, French an
American Flaniel bhilts anid Diwrls, Meriio
Drawers and tilershibrs. light ILand heavy tex-.
ure; Cotto.i aSl Wooli Soilcks,1 Neckties, Stocke
gcarti, etc. etc.
Yla th' and Boys' Clothilg.
W e hae jut oapened at atsonrmett of Youihs'
and Boys' Winter Costs, Jackets, Overcoats,
Pantaloons, Vest s. &e. &c.
Our stock of Men's, Boy's. Ladies'. Misses
and Children's Boota, Shoes and Gaiters as very
large and comprises every style, known to the
trade o the best material and lAnish.
Men, DBey and Children. Ua.,
hin a great variety.
nardware and Cutlery, Gums
and aldlery Depaurtmem,
a full assottmenit.
F ' oA 66 GALLABHDE,
Noeth site of Main at., between BDak & levee ts.
P. . We will sell to Ip onsihle paties
Goos yabIe the lt day of Hmary next.
PhaqueTniine, Oct. I IlthI 8t.
?mte 4 byLw hem., Eaeb sa, ,6a6.
FITE Che ,est sad omost darsle Reeflg
eit o th ecoaamty with
Didsmcti 1, rappiataso
SUMBER S LUMBER!
I IIAU ALWAYS ON BAND **
8 to mme,,ee foet of Imme,
t as decrip " _ia whi I dS £Sver ay
MiL mad-ly] F. ARBOUU.
I'doung LICties .eadeeey
OOIVI O@r ROLT O2oss, I
Plaquemine, Ibervillec,) La.
THIS INSTITUTION is beautifully satuated he
im the centre of the town of Plaquemine. d
bIetween Court, Church and Plaquemine streets.
The buildings are large and commodious, and w
the grounds of good ample space for amuasemmemat
and healthy exercise. The Institution being
sit uated within a few minutes walk of the steam
boat landing, enjoys the madvantage of easy anid
ftr.l*qult access. It is conductedi by the Sisters oti
Holy Cross, who being wholly devoted to the
implortant work of public luntrnetion, sjpare no i
pains to improve the hearts o0 tin it pupils in vir- m
tue and stoine their ros ds with knowledge, and
they pledge tlhemselves to ietuli tihe chiltien to
their parents Inproved in virtue and learning.
T'o impart a thorough education in the higheast l
tsense Iof te word-to train the moral and thein- at
tellectual beii,,-to develope sound health and tr
elegant mamalwel. is an object of cuts.itailt atten
tlon. Tine system of gsternment is mild and (
maternal, amoimg to guide rather than to drive
the pupils along the path ol duty. The comlorta
said desmolal habits ot the young ladies. receive m
the same .attentiou as iii the most relintd iam ly hi
Religion is the ground-work of education.
The Institution is Catholic; bilt young ladies olf "
all denominations are .admitted, provided they
ire willing lor the sake of order and uniflormity
to attend the exercises of public worship. The
Academical year is of ten months. The course at
of Education embraces all the branches us ,ally t
taught in Academies, with the limcility of prima.
ry instruction in both the Eaglish and French
languages. at the option of parents.
'u rnms forf rIarder.s :
Entrance fee. Bed, 53,00, S 5 00 r
Board and Tuition. per annum. payments
quarleily in advance, 80 00 fi
Terms for halr/ Boon rers: ti
Tuition per month. payable monthly, $1000 0
'j'ersLt foir h)ay Srhrlrs : h
Tuition. per mouth, payable monthly, 54 00
Extra charges at the option of parents. iz j
Music. Medical Atrendance. Board at ('Conven p
during Vacatioi. Washing and Mending. Bed W
Bedding. Mattress. Stationery, ''apestry-work o
Embroidery, Artilicial Flowers, &c. &c. O0
Board, Tuition and Washing, Mending. Bed,
Bedding, 31attrasa. Stationery, Tapestry work.
Embroidery. Artificial Flowers. &c. Ac. Or
Board, Tuition, Washing. Mending. Bed, Bed
ding, statiouery, complete, per annum, $240 00.
Wmiiter--Green French 3lerinos. ii
It is to be worn only oum Sundays and Thurs- I
slays, and the other holidays when goinm to
Church or Walk. Patterns of the make and
the shade may be had at the Convent.
Each Boarder must be provided with six Sheets.
,luaquito Bar. six teet by three; twelve c'hemi
ses; ditto pairs of Hose; ditto of llaudkerchiets:
-ix Pillow Case; twelve T'lwels and Napkins:
one Tumbler; Fork and Knife; table and desert
Spious, and all the requisites ol Toilet.
tI Pocket money is to be deposited in the hands
of the Superior-s.,.
Visits are allowed to the Boarders from their I
Parents and Guardian on Sundavs anmi Thurs. I
days. and only from 9 o'clock A. 1t. to 4 o'elockI
Refrrre.es-l'laquemimne. Rev. Francois C. ?al
lot. New Orleans. Rev. P. F. Shell. S. S.. t'. o
SISTER MARY OlF CALVARY,
10, ov27-sep3 uperiioress of the ('ionves
JT. 8. SOLA&=
H AS just returned from New Omleans. bringie
a large and well assorted stock of
Groceries, of all kiinds.
Also. just received ftim S'. Louis, a let of I
Flour-extra and superfine.
Lard, Ilamas and Butter
of first qualihy.
As it is my intention to keep on hand a fall
,spply of evervthingin my line, a call issolici:ed
from my old Iriends and cmsto 'as.
Store ill the new bloclk 6longing to Stockley
& Delavallade, corner Main and Bank streets
Trake- this netlhal of re
trrning his thanuks to his oldu
friends and customers for the I I
a. patronage heretofore received, and assures them
I that he will ever strive to accommodate them in
lie has now moved to the lare and commamdi
od ms buildting at the corner of Penn's Alley and
SBamlk street where he hasI a large stock of Far.
a iture of every kimd.
Old Furniture takesi in exchange or repaired at
very low prices.
Heal so makes COFFINS of every style at the
O7Fmsk'a Me1tallic CoMus supplied as hereto
.Splendid Hearse. Price moderate. mep4
TY Itanters sad Merchants.
e IAIIILS! IBAIELSI
The undersined, se of the oldest Coopess is
the Pariash, having completed his asrrangemta, ad
ayinig puichasad a large Stock of ~eteriala. is
mow preupaed ta furmish Plantersa, Merchot sad
others, with as good aa article of IMOLA88E
B UBRELS said half do, as can be maumfaetumred.
'Noe but old sad experieed workm n empley.
ed, and see but the best materials mad.
He will also msanahcture SUGAOR NOS
e HAD8 fa ll wre leave their ordersn is time.
11 old ends and emtomersl will please give
him a call.
His work having heretofore give· atmlsactioa
to his petrueas, he will ae his hest edeave to
ples all who call upe him.
is shop is lcated betwee Vllier nd Ge
and sta. froatiagthe Bayou.
6. s - FREDEICE IAGCRL
.DT EMPF.CTFULLY i·frms his fiend agi the 1
pebli. Rat he has just received a new
Hast, Boots, Shoes &.,
ad ar (eehaa p
all of which he wi al
*i(Cgsp yuj Ena Cuxaizsr,"
Ssn ae tim *eas al ae w tre, ppe
ai the egthfa wM IS p.
* o A el wl er h i
.-ese Hor se, eardiar Ienms, d,.
MAURICE 1 MARIX
INFORMS his friends and the
I public generally, that he has
opened his new homes, on Bank
street, since the 4th of July, where
he is finely situated to accomq
date Boarders ad treasiet vilitors. on reassas.
be terms. His table shall always be furnished
with the best the market affords.
His COFFEE HOUSE will always be sup.
plied with the bast of Liquors, Wine, Lager
He has a BILLIARD TABLE kept is a s
parate room trum the Bar, handsomely fitted up.
H is STABLE cannot be surpassed; and all ua.
imals entrusted to his care shall meet with the
most diligent attention.
He confidently hopes that his old friends will
not forget him. Planters and others from the
co tutry will have their horses and buggies:proper.
ly taken care of at all times, and as good adinmer
and wine as the town affords, for themselves sad
t OYSTER SALOON:
The undersigned would respectfully
iniorm his friends and the public generally that
his Oyster Saloon is now in "'full blast," where
Oysters are served up in every style. Also-.
Game arnd other Luxurles,
including "Ironside Gumbo," and Gumbo, of ev
ery other description; Soups. Roasts, Stews,Frye,
Broils-Salmon, Lobsters, Sardines, be. ce.
Deaserts and Dellaeeis;
and WINES and LIQUORS of all kinds. and te
the most superior quality. Give me a call.
nov12 H. LEBLANC.
.. .. j® LDK..e -
TrlIE undersignecd would re.
spectilntly ainnunce to their
friends and the public generally,
that they have just purchased the,
Code.r-house and fixtures formrly kept by Phil
lip Heelein opposite the steamboat landing; aad
having been to considerable expense in paper
ing all the rooms so that they are nest and pleas
ant. and having the test breads of Ligurs aad
Wirees to be had in New Orleans. and tirther,
pledging ourselves to spare no pains to please ll
who rall to see us, we shall expect a small share
of the public patropage.
G.EOk TURI~, TURIN & SEIPPLE.
Plaqiuemine. .May 19, b1s0.
StLOMt)N 'REY presents his complimeants
to his friends and the public, and respectfuly
intorms them that he has opened in the building
on Main street, formerly occnpied by Stockley
& Delavallale, a
Coffee Hoase and Lager Ieer.
Saloon, where good liquors snsa goad beer can
be had, and wihere hehopi his old patrons sad
the public will call and ese bim. sepl6
The undersigneda weod say to he
®friends and to the public generally thlt
he has just received a new supply ef
White ased Red Rhine Wine, of a quality Irch
superior to that received last year. The public
may rely upon this wine being th true rmad ac
tuel juie of the grape, asit caue from the vin
yards on the Rhine. Call and try it.
aug11 GABRIEL BIEHLER
.ollen .ge "lace eiuse.
Boarding Iome and
0 This Cofee Hos.e, Boerding Home
and Oyster Saloon, lormerly kept by
Antonio Braglieoa, at the corner of
Bank anid Villier streets, will be opened by the
undersigned on the 5th of December isai0. when
he will always keep good Liquor, a Good Tabe
anId the Freshest Oysters. His frieuls ad the
public generally are r-speelfully iinvited to ell
and judge for themselves. Their patromage is s
licated, and will be highly apoentedl.
Inov24 LOUIi PRATOLONGO.
i#"' PE L LI C A" t
TjHE undersigned informs his friend, and the
I public. that be has removed trom his br
stand in the rorner of lain and Seminary t.,
:o the corner opposite, in the new Brick How
built by Mir. Avet, where he. will always beh
sad luie aer.
Thankful for past patronage, he trusts too*
Sreise a ceetinMear e of the same from his di
Iiends ald the public is general. jyt-il
I NIBL-R m R@3
Have just reeeived the meet a i
Sstock of Gioode ror theatmea'e Fae ad
Ceot., Vdts and Pudts,
that was ever kooaght to thus mrket.
"eing is Believing."
They thuak the pblic lor ile support
and will endeavor still o be wsthby it.
theilold and pctual atemem they pmi
FC They resplfully state to their
that their shop s new in the bre on hek
tormerly occupied by Mr. J. MeWilis u.
Grocery Estnblishment, wbhse their Sams
the rear, is aleo loeaed, ad where th bhip
see their frieds and the paiih ra g
- MI.LRIGHIT AHND E JN wee
e. aPear y a ei sa e rks Plmr
!5 othes, t e ih empquadb aae aetWM
Sugar lille sad BaIIde
o of hebe bet bail aed lasb, a y m
aud waraste d in *eery me.
. Contra.e for me year apetull
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