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RS;: ANDA MILLS & Co.,TO
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r*iy at Law,
tret-94 Camp street.
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of a building on RWaching
XON, either for a Store.Riom
ture. Horticulture. Rural
opractical Journal, devoted to
Sepone of Field Culture such
crops; orchard and garden fruits:
and flowers; fltwers for the
et and plabents; care of domeventsic
woit all subjects calc a kin
tin to the armeatr, s ou rticul
ntains forty eight double colmn1868, the
a four page cover, maeing in the
S page Work, printed o in ev paper
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of te great south-nesh
and uartrly, same rate.
its Wbolesale and etai, sand t the lowest marbe priaks-tee ge tims.
Rp feetsoofident that all those who will call at Ila Draug Stoe, opposite Burke sad Walms
lep's, on Washington street, will be stisfed o the QoUs of his rugs, which Mae guaranteaeda
being petsctly Fr andil Pure, and offered for sale at the ;most redaced prices.
iie-A the Phsioian's sncoes in ritioe denei ds onhe Pa rlty ot the Drug soand Medicines
emnployed. it is worth the attention of all to get only thennurest materials when so much depends on
the quaSity, of tle Medicines taken.
Pasost noas.o dareuily put up at an7 hoerol the Day or Nijght.-i
REGULAR WERELY PACKET.
--or Grand Ecore, St, Maurice, Oampte, t!'otile,
S" Montomery. Alexandria Norman's' Bar
bin's, and all intermediate landings on the Boa
dieslthe new sidewheel, swift running and comn.
modinus passenger packet
JOHN 0. 1)OW'r'Y. Master.
Lov OLu.roa and T. J Dowry, Clerks.
MLi*The Stt. Nicholasleaves Natchitoches every
Tuesday moring at 10 o'clock for New Orledgn
leaving New Orleans every Raturday at 5 p. as
T. J. STIMPSOTN,
~aouse, Si ta and Ornamental
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- EVERETT LANE,
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BOOTS, SHOES AND BROGANS,
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BAR'I'T.E I"I"' dEWING MACHINE
I as a combination of all essential qualities of
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Family Sewing, with all the desirable attachments.
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DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, &C,,
af. Advances made on Consignments of Cotton
or other produce. ,jan9-y
Natchitoches, January 9. 1868.
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Under this comprehensive title we publish an
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LU r LHR TUCKR CR & :O dN,
Albany . Y.
WuloBuea.L DUALEUS IN
H AT'" S,
102 Gavlet strea. betweem C.mp and MY
ise atreet, New Orlease.
O. CaW iPA@.
t ~as'- ~ V
OOO Eie UOVE,
ICE BROS. & Co.,
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street, New Orle as.
Sol' Agents In the South.
I Good Cook-ing Stove is one of the meaT
_ necemary atd desirable articles of household
economy. and if properly managed, will promote
the health, comfort rnd happiness of every mem
ber of tlid family
Time, mone, and extreme vexati=n, by detay
of your daily meale. may be saved by using the
CHARTIRt OAK COOKING 3S'TOVE.
Over 10,0060 of tGese celebrated Cooking Stoves
are is dolly. as throngbout the ae~y of New Or
leans. Rvery one of them has been' sold under a
fall guarantee. and we offer thesL s a reference
Tia Improvctxd (Aarter Oak Jovew zaith
has but ona dumper. and Is so simple in its con
struetion that a child ca. manage it. The ovepa
are larger, bake more uniform, and the stove he-e.
vier than any cooking stove of corresponding
The H cl Wates Reservoir Boiler furnishes a
ownstant suiply of hout water at all hours of the
day, and for hours after the flte has been excin
guthbed. without additional cost for lueli.a practi
cal ilastration of the economy in using the Charter
The NteAfetor-tnridieoe, original with the Char.
ter Oak and used toe no other stove- the most
perieet maueur to broil meats and puhltry, whereby
the offensive odors arising from melts during the
process of broiling are earned up the pipe, and
Jacese of the ulteata preserved.
The Hot Closet, sn which meats soed pastry are
kept warm for hours when there has been a delay
at meals, besides enabling the cook to lurnish the
greatest variety of dishes and desserts, and place
them hot upon the table.
The Charter Oak 8:ove will do one-third more
ba2ing in a given time, •at use 25 per cent. less
wood than any other stove now made.
Send for price and dese iptive circnlar.
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CIIOVEII & BAKER
SEW ING MACHINES.
` ROVER & Baker celebrated Sewing M1a.
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First pr emium's were awarded these Miachines at
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Degier, Paris, Lyones, Iayou and I halons They
iave been furuished by special command to the
Empresses of ]rance. Austria, Russia. Brazil.
Spain and Bavaria. The Grover and B1 ker Elis.
tit Stitch Sewing Machines are superior to all
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They are wore easily udderstood and less liable to
derangement than any other machines. And in
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cute the most boeautitul and permanent embroid
ery and ornamental work. I'bt company are
now ready to supply the trade with their newly
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by any machine in the market for Tailoring, Shoe
MakiLng, light and heavy m.oufactoring of all
The Agency ta Neew rleans have fitted up
Work-rooms and employ cou.petet mechanics for
rhe puclppse of efftingeC any H4epairs to the G(rover
and Baker's Sewing M'tchines that the public may
GROVR k rA AKIER S. M. CO.
182 cua*l stre-et, corner of l)~yades,
dh 4m New Orleans,
STEVENS & SEYMOUR.
Established in 1836.
IMPORTPR5 AND WHsOLEAf.AL DEl tI.ERS I
School Books, Paper and Stationery,
,Cstlery. Guns, P'erfumery, and Fancy Goeds.
96 ana 98 Common street, (opposite City
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SA MfUEL LOCKE,
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(late Front Levee, Ietween Customhouse and Bien
I IORI'ER and DEALER in
BlAt KTMIT'H'S BELLOWS,
of every description;
Plain. Japanned and St mped IIN-WIARE
Tinsmiths' Machines and Tools, Cooking and
Heating STOV E of every dese iption.
Agent for the celebrated STEWART COOk
IN'G S 7T)'E.
W. Ja EIAItRIS5
37 and 39 Tl'choupitoula at sreet,
d5 4m New (Irlcans.
LEATHER & FINDINGS
DEALER IN HIDES.
61..........Customhouse .Srect.......... 61
dS 4m New Orleans
Of AR (contries,
Particularly of the United States, creat Beit
ain. Ireland acd France. With notes and aspee-.
es of Counsel. I'ontaloing thrillit nastlrives of
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Also, ABBOTT't NATIONAL DIGEST,
behlg a Cigmest of the IReports and Stattes of the
United States fiom the oganisatIn of the -
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tpnr-3s4S ta utaPI
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iOB PR'TBRG OPFCE.
ALL KINDS OF
' vPeted at eausoable Rlates.
If is o : -
barned oen ,'e
renovated, as ts
as when first dieret'nt a
padrces oppe Wugtoin 'a
is retained wiRtbin `a
fuel is reqisite for its
sa perfeot reguatort 'x '
and oven, so that he.t '.
ated. as the oceasnon may
By which differentkid
ed in the oven simultaneosl
the peculiar flavor of one t6
ring the fall benetfita of the '
by an open fire-place.
Th'l Stove posesesC ma y 0
such as the HOT WATPER .. 8
nidhing hot water at all ti'tme
WAltMIN(t CLOSEt, where
the table may be kept wara, .bred
EPVERY STOVE FULLY S
'Always on hand, a largesseo'iteet
INlt and HE ATINO STOV]S.
SAMUEL LOOK. ,
ITmorter of Porign tand Doet
319,9, 41 and 43 Peteras at.,J.( t;oatit
bctwean Customhouse eand Blenvlle, New
Agents Wanted for
THE OFFICIAL" HISTORY.,
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Its C(us's, Character, Conduct and Ran i :
BY HON. A LEXANDER H. STEPHIEN$
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ows of the great conflict only known to those Ib'_; ii
oflicers who watched the flood-tide of tevouatku
from its fountain springs. and which were Isoma
cessible to Mr. Stephens from his pqsdtIOPs:
cond officer of the Jolfederacy. ":
'To a public that has been surfeited with'k,,
PARIlN L' Y IlMILAR PRODUOTIONS
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salutary, and an intellectual treat of the hIatt"ord
order. 'Ihe Great American War has AT hT
tound a hi-torian worthy of its Importance, n ,
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so urgently demand.
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SAVE YOUR RAGS.
MAN UFACTURING COMPANY, .
Sre now prepared to pulrchase Good' (lean Cotton
1 ad i.inen RAGs, in any quantity, and to pay
for then, the
IllGIE.iT MARKET PRICE, IN CASH.
They have estnblished a fine Depot at numb . i
fit North-Wr t-r street for the receipt and "tor :
or loge and I'per Stock of all sorts, under se
immdiiate charge of Capt. Thos. E. Bass, who i s
authorizied to piy a lieral price for all Stock ri ,
quired tor the t'ompan3's Mills and brought 'to
him in suitable condition.
Rlag, may be either white, colored or mixed,
but, they ieat be free from woolens, elean oad
well liihIa led.
Dlenlers in paper stock in the city and laterlos
will find it to their advantage to comonleate l e -.
with us before disposing ot their stock elsewhere.
N wpjperx. will advance their own interCsts by
lending their influence" to secure the saving and
collecting of all the Rags to be fcnnd in their re.
sltective localities. We will credit them in - e :
change for Ipper, at liberal rates, for all the met
chantable Iugs- hey mnay send us.
la-gs sent ,v the Itivers and Great Northere
Itailroad, rhou'ld be addressed to the Company at
A II shipmtents by the Mobile and Ohio Railroadi " '
should be directed to Beaver Meado* etatioa, the
location of tite Company's Works
iEirl'cr fur"'hr inf,rnmation. apply at the Corn
paiy's l)e;,ot, number 51 North-"Water street, or
to the -udnrsignld, in person, or by letter, at the
tliice of the Al!t'c trscr " Rgiter.
W. G. CLARK, President,
np30--lt Mobile, Ahl .
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