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DDf IECEBER 3,188.
CA !W ESLAN s BE ADM1TUD1
i btebove captio, the Washington ooerre
Sj1ýlade lpha Prees (John W. Forney'
be admitted at the eO lq nepel
' I oClernor Hammond'a seno
the-t. b i oftand aeoi .t dfopton
'i tot.bla su lede g rn
t(hi' and other indi
S ý ' . P. . tIioton
tw 11 be m.o It
the :aGoteoen Hammond an
glneeto the Preeoluerld
, them just now,and could
lon th littleor no trouble
a i m( Oee(a may be enabled to "pat
s p the 'Engith bill nett
.. ....i a at lty or controversy;
Ay coetdeable delay or embarrassment
ew l be albpowerhut in the Bouse, in
_ and if he cap obtain the sop
0 t oeng, dote tr Southert
t hi mlide, the .eotrol of the legis
,itihetepta~lg tb dot overament will be exclu
esa ill lpply for admislsion nexi
on, havehrdof a mass meeting, or some
ibeart,hia at ba rdamed Territory, which
•a dp iop of eftetteate ng that Way
tanl hich will be presented *ill o
!aenp, we dot't soe how, or why,
or v ,anyreal,sloward igh tf pdght ator, de
prin,"o8tn litnighte man, can
ýsdtddelteed i to repeal
* *ilj 4 ~ ti efmaoioo aulated to
saetib e t#ra peemes of the North I We
$vb Gg d tbdeoe in the rigid, pretentious
g W e Ithink them almost
,reeley dCo. We cannot
baily witihthoe worthles as yet
fW'il e4ede. t atllostnd by their section, and
"illtjay and peralatence, refusae to
,les, thepolloy of the Government,
ijdeially and congressionally, is dead
oddletfgrowoth, improvement or expansian.
tn fI tesaot be debated one way ate is
ijt e tanejanother. Let anything Sooth.
ethLbcaieathpted, adb a Presidential proclamation
h t h theim agi ns eg iat' i If that doesn't suf
:e,~hd i`a a ly 'doiibt whatever exists, a Federal
Jae ;ewe4nei nga fell powe. as such,eaontutituting
hmielf~aront,~to y Distrs.t Attorney, Marshal, and
detective pollot effiber at the same time, interposes
an sat"! everythlng In contemplation.
Te,agaltie a vsael 160it5 a Southern port cannot
~ebai. elearanepe although habe presents a legal bill
of tlag, ~ liptyply hbcause It is supposed that some
Ihi$g'y pb emai y be done in a far distant land, a
qgaph i let. r: up beyond the jurisdictisn of the
Govesaientof the United States, calculated in a re.
extegta.it4 to. rdenaud to the advantage of some
aodturn Itglat tler other I
'W w ahe i',% vw of' thbpe facts, shboold any co
j~ . & aolpt the immediate admission of
Katia;,tlpdhainttantaneous repeal of the English
-.uilt a~ ".eSoth lhtesagreat deal to lose, It is true ;
itrs tlle lhatl.te will not be permitted to
a ' y g anywhere or under aoy ciroumatances,
as eleg.hefriends all the high places of authority,
it e e fotleomr hber to essay to put of tcis ses
ina.s i todth to happen the following session.
' btr 'arouad her a few of the stripes of the
eiothac ah'has been vouchsafed nothing
bao.'bfripeetbr long time.--and sancumb with grace,
#egg d dyignity.
"an~e nreasonable men in the South
natahtobhaestMy hold to the absurdly preposterous
held~i t he heoth attuallyoas bonsettutional rights!
DBot ft ar or pect for their motives, we should laugh
ocatrigt ,.i, 4e4t I we shall forbear. The editor of
the Independent South evidently belongs to this class
of demepted indlviduals. Commenting upon what is
.qoted aboveafrom thilePhiladelphia Press, he says :
T-. fly, ri ashould not Kansas be admitted at the
eesttso of Congress? Have not Southern men,
wbu O Huo..Hatuimood,tInvtted her application and
intt thetir.*lbnoea to back out from the
de iof'' nsee dIthie b ns Ish bill which was urged
"at"iAi diaose-f'r rtheir support of it? If Southerno
mn are wilig to bend their necks to the yoke of
Nottl$_` O ra, whythe North should put it
on t qohlab easaa? Shame on ouch Southoro
What `a ridiculouadsdividual l Be Is evidently in
Alggestbeeasme the oblesfaetioneers, Hammond ,
0o., rave addeased the rights of his section for sale
tb ~bhp'woMat R lerthBrn blddets! What an absurd
thbigthtbhetoiigrfyabout! Who ever heard of the
like. boetS. _ _
MAohnrtebwrsry'r B ants-Deo. 3.
18Id-.Con~ulaeon of a three days election in Mex
ico, by which Santa Anna continued President of the
Repabild.
18l1-Ceseation of all opposition to Louis Napo
leon'e aasamption of power.
1849'-Deathb f Wm. ,,. Hunter, of Rhode Island;
foi ten years U. 8. Charge d'Aflaires in Brazil.
1839.-Popo Gregory XVI eassed a hull for the abo
lition of the alave trade throughout Christendom.
Same day, death of Frederick VI, King of Denmark,
'ilt pai at penefacbs to his country in divers ways.
,d4 eath ofrtmeon Do Wiltt, for 30 years Sur
veyor dteralof New York.
1052l5Death of the celebrated English sculptor,
18 8-.teatIJof the celebrated Italian John Baptist
Nelsoniat inearly life he subsisted by exhibiting
a10fsdttenlatbnd activity in oircuses; afterwards
• aoad d for histravels and his explorations
of anbient mrine in Egypt.
18x1--An extraordinary fete, called the Royal
SDa tato T'oches, was given at Berlin, in honor of
theouj. of the Prince Royal and the Princess of
IS8--8ilnlIs was admitted.
145l-Death of John Carroll, aged 80; the first
Catholie Arch-Bishop in the United States.
1814-f-TbeMayor of Lyonalassued an order forbid.
iing at.ste from engraving or painting any likeness
st Nhppoeoa.
I1.--the French surrendered the Isle of Man to
the sBrtiah.
180t--Iotelligence received at London of the sub
mlietonot the lonian Isles to the British dominion.
I00--Battle of Hohenlinden, in which the Aus
trIans, under the Archduke John, were defeated with
great alaughterby the French under Moreau. The
battle took place in the midst of a severe snow-storm;
and is rendered conspicuous amid the battles of those
blood dseg by CampbelPs beautiful poem upon it,
begantnng,
"On den wh theh soua ws la" etc.
1798-Coal, the strongest fortress in Italy, was
taken by the Auntrians.
1717.-Delaware adopted the Federal Constitution;
beipnlt is claimed by some, the first State to do so.
177.-The continental flag of America was on
furled tbr the first time, by Esek Hopkins, command.
er of the first American fleet.
1769-Damae in Barbary, was destroyed by on
earthquake, with 60,000 inhabitants.
175.-.tie pted assassination of the King of Por
togal ; on account of which the Jesuits were expelled
from the country and their property confiscated.
170.-Des.athf Pedro, King of Portugal, aged 58.
1699--Captain Dampier d 'nvered the island of
Palpn, ostaew Guinea:
1688-Flight of James II, and revolution in Eng
land,
1647-Death of Baonaventaur Cavalieri, an Italian
astronomer, and pnpi of Galileo.
1632-De Vries on his econd voyage reached the
Delaware, on whom n banks a little colony had been
planted two years before. He found nothing but the
bleaching bones of the colonits, who had all been
massacred by the Indians.
1810,-"Great Tom," the largest bell in England,
was elevated to the cathedral spire at Lincoln. It is
seven feet aeronsthe mouth.
1586.-Remarkablb explosion of an rirolite at Verde,
in HeR pver. The report was like thunder,and the
matter bunrt all wood on which it fell.
1557-The Duke of Argyle and others, at Edin
burgh, signed a bond, or covenant, renouncing " the
" congregation of Satan," etc.
1553-Pedro de Valdivia, the conqueror of the
greater portion of Chill, and founder of the city of
Conception, was defeated in battle and taken prisoner
by the valorous Anaucanian Indians.
S69 B. C.-The Roman Senate published a general
' thanksgiving, in he nameof Cicero, for his preserva
tion fthe city from the conspiracy of Cataline.
SEWING MACHINES.
A M EWW ..lN - aCHINE-
--BY
THE GROvWR & BAKE S. M. CO. are now prepared
to introduce Ibeir NEW SEWING MACHINE, bardig ob
tained five Patmts on asme, oder dates of October 2d 5ad
sib.
This Machine isenteynew, and makesaLOCK STITCH
THAT IS LOCKED. Its construction is acknowledged to be
the most simple of y7 sachine introdud, and it Is the WON
DER AND ADMIRATION of all who have eamied it
The NEW )MACHiNE is offered for sle a
GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES!
I'om the vesry daturlg manner in which our Machines
Shave n restied by tbs public--resulting in the sale of up
wards of TWENTY THOUAND - we are led to believe that
our deavrs to manufatuore a RELIABLE Machine have
bae appreciated. We take this opportunity to remark that
Sa pley will e scaged, and that eery Machine sold by
us we shall not hesitate to warrant in every respect.
GOOVER da BAK.R . At. CO..
SOUTHERN DEPOT,
No.11 CAMP STREET.
New Orlenna.
SAll orders should be addressed to Wi. L. CUSHING,
Agent of the Company.
GROVER &,BAR ER'S
CELEBRATED
PLANTATION AND FAMILY
SEWING MACHINESI
Thes Machine1 sew from two spools, and form a seam of n
equaled strength, beauty and ela1ieity, which will not rip
even if every stitch is cut.
They'are unquestionably THE BEST in market, for both
PLANTATION and FAMILY USE. and MAKE A LOCK
STITCH THAT IS LOCKED I
Opinions of the Ameslean Press.
Grover & Baker's is the best. (American Agrlculturist.
To all of whichthe Tribune says, Amen.
(New York Tribune.
It l all that it cla!ms to be. (New York Independelnt.
It Bisthes its own work-others do not. (Home Journal.
We give it the preference. (American Baptist.
Adapted for woolens, lnen or cotton.
(American Medical M[onthly.
We like Grover 1 Baker's bet. (Lades' Wreath.
" Which is bot 7 " Grover Baker's.
(New York Dispatch,
Superior to all others. (New York Mercury.
We have no hesitation in recommending it.
It requires no re-spoling. (New York Evagelist.
For family usethey are unrivaled.
(New York Daily News.
They sew aseam that will not rip. (New York Courier.
It performs nobly and expeditiously.
(New York Examiner.
Remarkable for theelast1city of seam. (Police Gazette.
Well adapted to all kinds of family sewing.
(New York (itserr.
Best adapted for family use. (New TUYork Day Book.
We do not hesitate to recommend It.
(New York Chronicle.
It sews strongly and does not rip. (Lir1e II'ustrated.
The prince of inventions. (Protestant Churchman.
Il Is woman's best friend. (New York Weekly News.
We give our preference to Grover & l 1ker. (0tudent.
The most blmend invention of modern times.
( Mothers' Ma:gazine.
It makes a pleasure of a toll. (N1 w York Evening Post.
The favorite for family use. (Brooklyn Star.
We highly appreelate their vahle. (Ameri4an Mi0si4osry.
Its great merit is In its peculiar stitch. (Family Circle.
We attest its simplicity and durability.
(National Magazine.
Admitted to be the best extant. (Virginia Argue.
It is not tiabl to get out of repair. (Vergennoes Citizen.
Is adapted to all home requirements, (Dover Enqu;rer.
A pretty piece of furniture. (Machins Union.
Bews with a forty-senmtress power. (Rocklannid Gatte.
Nothing can be more perfect. (Southbridg'e Press.
The moot lugenious and useful. (Nantucket Mirror.
Hxe obtained deserved celebrihy. (;alem (b erver
The best in the market. '(Chicopre Journal.
It does not get out of repair. (Cape Cod Advocate.
Sews sllk or cotton from ordinary spools.
(iiaverill G-zet:e.
The work It does not rip: (Amenhuny Vr-ltger.
Are superior to all o.bar.. (UliiYghlm Joarua].
A moat admirable invention. (Busta- Gontier.
They are enjoying universal lfavor.
(New Orlrans Pi'ayune.
Superior to any now manufactured. (New Orleans Delta.
Will do more work than a down hands.
(Wan, nlgtoln Uniou.
It sews everytling. (BlosOn Waetchln.
The best of the kind ever invented.
(New tiavenu Register.
There can be to competition with them.
(No, (Orleans True IDelta.
We give preference to Grover & Baker's.
(Bonton Saturday E avening ;.arteit.
They require no adjustiog of machinery.
(P'hiladelphlA i y atm.
It fastens its own end. (NS-a htle News.
The butll machine in the United Sta'es. iBallstnn JTern;l.
The invention Ik a ble..ing to all bMd r G.le.
Gro\er & Baker's are nsuperior to any others.
( B, tlln .\Aver ti~er.
Every family should have one. ()swego Timnes.
Does better sewing than by hand. (Potts. ile Joll al.
It enables woman to ecape drudgery. (Nee burr Gnzette.
Grover & BLaker's In the best. (Goshen 1-it-me.
Has given entire sitisfactionl, (Ca-kill Exalnincr.
Purchase Grover Baker. (El, zete.
It is strong and dmablo. (New Englan:d Farmer.
he bent gift to woman. (Ohio Farmer.
A perpetual saurce of Joy to the home cirle.
(Kngnstn Republican.
The best in tlhe market. (M t,., re,
A beautiful parlor ornament. (Poughkeepsie Telegraph.
It ews a senm that will not rip. (teIvhldelr t eInllbg,,uCer.
Each stitch in independently locked. (ID It ,w s Re ars.
The best gilt to make a wife. (Sprildich I Rpublican.
The atltth Is most beautiful.
It is in itself a host.
A household necessity. li. llrL
Grover & laker's I uurivaled. (Brdekport Ad1eti.r.
M.ete the wants of the housewife.
(Auburn Christina Ad-cate.
The best patent now in use. h tn sa
They are the best in use. (Waterford SclUuel
Grover & Baker have the best tprovemena.
(lunt. Joe.l...
The most couveuniout in use. (Chicago News Letter.
Possessm more advantages thes any other.
(Nashville tianrtte.
All article are made by It with ease, (lasard's (tazlte.
Lightens the labor of those at home. (I'luoghman.
A child of ten years may use it. (Parmer and Visiter.
Will do mont beantifhlsewing. (Allentowrn Democrat.
It will not get out of order. (Auburn Amerlican.
Commend usto Baker & Grover's.
(Springfleld Nonparefl.
It it a deed of emanlpatlou to woman.
(Wlifbette Johrn.l.
Wf I do better seirig t(an by huud.
GROVER & BAKER.
Will do all the sewra g of a family. (Oswego Palladium.
Sews with facility all kinds of thread. (NXasnbrille Patri.t.
Will not rip if eury third stitch is cut. (Lockport Journal.
We recommend it to our readers. (Camden Journal.
It never misses a stitch. (TCnes ee Farmer.
The best machine for ftamlly use.
(New Hampshire Statesman.
Not a stitch will rip. (Country Gentleman.
Admitted t be the be. (Norolk Argue.
The work will not rip or wear off. (Weleyarn.
Is more simple tlanany other. (Clevelnd Reporter.
Merits a place in every family. (Xbington Democrat.
Sews a yard m inute. (Cleveland Leader.
The best i use for familles. (Biblical Recorder.
Bews., from common spools. (Brunswick Telegraph.
The Inventor deerves well of his country.
(Taunton G itte.
Thi invention is a blessing to all. (Vineyard G uette.
To ladles it is most valuable. (Meredith Gazette.
Will do all the stitching of the family.
(Northampton Courier.
It is Tar the best of its kind. (New Jersey Journal.
Takes the lead of every other. (Nurthtield Messenger.
Is the best of its kind. (Miners' Journal.
A child may manage one. (Sm.sex Register.
It works on silk, cotton or lelaher. (Springfield News.
Its seams are as durable as the fabrics. (Virginia Herald.
Sews a strong and beautiful sernm. (Adam Sentinel.
Superior to any we ever saw. (Cortland (1aette. .
We know it to bes superior arti le. (Clucinnati Dispatch.
The best manufactured in this country. (Ballston Jourm.l
Not a single stitch will pullout. (W.odbury C1ons.3titon.
It finishes its work where it stops. (Aurora Beacon.
Makes a stitch that will not rip. (Bordentown Register.
Of Inestimablevahle to sewers. (JerseyShore Republican.
Rapidly growing id blblic favor., (Cincinnati Enquirer.
The best of its class. (Gospel (Herald.
This machine 5nishes its work. (North3 pteoe Onatte.
The seang will not rip. (Geman Reformned Messenger.
Cotton is ued as purchased on spools. (Warren Demorat.
These machines paossess no equal. (Charleston Baptist.
Sews silk, Yuen or cotton thread. (Pittsburg Advocate.
The best in use. (lambridge Jenersonian.
None have oven Mbtter satisfction. (SprigSeIld Journal.
Makes a seam that will ot rip. (D( avMille Herald.
The very best of the kind. (Portsmobth Tribune.
Cannot imagine anything more perfect. (Ahlbany Jernal.
Is simple and eoty kept in order. (Watertown Sentinel.
The veay et in use. (Ilamilton Intelligencer.
The best for family use. (ieorgetown Messrlenger.
Sews silk or uplton with equal faciiy. (Norwich Courier.
It is simple in construction. (Wheeling Times.
Will not get out of order. (Herkimer Dermerat.
se.s neatly and expeditiously. (Phil. lMerery.
The best in the market for families. (Carlisle herald.
They give universal satisfaction. (Augusta Dispatch.
ias mot witlh uparalleled success. (Ahlb. Knickerketer.
The best In use. (N ewark Times.
Its work will not rip. (nonnmou h Atlas.
It seaws stronger than by and. (Newark Courier.
Easily managed and kept in order. (Columbus Journal.
Easily understood and managed. (aInGcter Intlligtneer
A wife's deed of emancipatin. (Bloomield Advoater.
Circulars with cula of all Machines manufactured by the
GROPER & BAKER SEWING, MACHIIINE. COMPANY,
with prices annexed, ccnt ideit testiumnials from parties
using these Machines, will be sent by mail on request.
The Grover R Baker New MAlnchine
W as patented Oct. 2 sa l 9, US. G A
ul 30t 11 CAMP STREET.
E. B. WHEELOCK & CO.
DRUGS, DYESUotc. _-_
150) lb.. Arid T,,,,,,i,.
3 ke1;, Acid Citrir.
60bb in. Alulu.
O5 delgii.Aii Aquah A-oJ, .
20 kctr ABu 1,ruin, lb rll:dII;
50 bbl. Alcohol.
110 1u, ' B io,0 rp,,.,
3 11111 Bay Ru b, flle.
21 cxetv 1URIxx, FhSSkh,
Od Ibs.1 oh,,. udi b oo 'r i 'Thu
IOUO llb*. C'xjenne IT".ler
2 140 1.Ii II Miih 1, 0 u ,
3uil,,oul ,,.1,h1liu,..
1W Ir-, t 'oppernr.
u 5 bble. ('-o Tu I. powdered.
2(,JU 1b1.. tier",l Tartar, I-dallr d. it. 5, 1L1 and
l J ku, h Ao,,,od 00aoroo
111, b 4 l dlohIrm t',,,ool lt o Ho.
2.tu 1 IbA . lol. 1 1.^, 1), 10
JI517 ('~ Ib, ~ c r - dk
13Ill. l01 c oos , 1,1, N 1 01 Arabi
15 ., uli i1u.
16 csli ch( Call , )I·I~lirrin
fOJ ]br.. 1'ursdrrcd Ipecac.IC
10 rixree Pearl RIg..
1(M) tk' R~tined ,811 tpeler,
30 l,. it, Ial no-!a.
601 Irc r :s llllerltllJ_
lfxhl lb.. ýxcl, (real;,
IU bay,. fl, lilýrCCII.
211 (" ((n.,11lS*1·d1
For -1- t lo IOMP) I a I LCL 1 III' '
E.11 I II A11 At'
SUNDRIES! ................_ ...... iCSUNDES!: j
Illr l m.11, r.~1.111.
30J0 .. . ^
:d 11 ..u .. :ý I mm .. ..
140 11a11·1 ~rrtl' Ol ive c11.,- lli ,
1110 . . 1111.1 0~
Ifi ca: k v c` ~, ·1; mnu.·
(pl blr ti' . Mlleh Ppp-,ti it (1
ill basi f ,-Vy-r ý f c 1-.rged
dJI .. .. 1 ..1
l"l .. Iluuý. Ituw.:
1211 .. C:u:rc ..,u ý ut, oarie
a :ir bbl., F cn, il LL C If) I )lld II an ).llC L ýldI to I-iec.)!I:
111r (truly III1 K1. D· IS I· 1 ri LTFI I.i JHI)) 'I.
10 tar (`ur' 1,1d1Ir ,"
311: b, ýu-I., Icn1 Iai .
"111orir ~f hrro t
Th rbe e rt -i'1u" f,", I n I"1 Iv
1 ·4.
DRUGS AND MEDICINES.
G N. N ORISON, WHOLESAIE DIRUGGIST,
S No. 1M Dlnrgazine street,
Ilasing rescired a i new ad tens'ivs srock tf fretl DRUGS,
MEI)IIINEIS, CIISII('AILS, PI'RFUSIIERY, SURGICAL
INSTRUMENTS, PAINTS OIL, OILS, LASS, etc., etc., reret
fully informs Merchants, Planters and Physicians that Il is
prepared to supply them with everyarticle in the IDrug line
they may require, all of the purest quality, at as reasonable
prices as they can be purchased in the city. Among the arti
clestalready on hand and cornming in store are the following:
I0s0 oonces Sulphate Quinine, French and American;
20 Mound BIle Mass., English and Amlerican;
200 pounds Calomel, English and Amerlal;
200 ounds .Mercuril Ointment;
300 pounda Iondsura Sarsaprillla;
110 pounds best Turkey Opitun;
100 ou. Sul. and Acentate Molphihe,
25 ounrea Ot.o Rose;
20 casks ssl Soda;
1L0 kegs Sup. Cb. Soda;
10 kegp Ger. Ilile Wash;
20 hhbl. Circuma, light;
5 cases Indigo, 'ar. and Maislla;
10 casks. PIot and Pesrlsah;
50 packiage Saleratu.;
15 bls. pure CUstor Oil;
501 bbls. Alcohol;
27 bbl,. Iicpls Sulte;
10 Sbl'. Flour Sulphur;
10 bASl. Roll Saiphlns;
2 bAi Senll, 1d t Indiaand Alexandr:a;
1A00 pounds Gum Arab'r, select, fine aid sorts;
25 sarboys Sulph. Nitric and Mlriatic Acid:
25 Jars Curb. Ammonia;
10 earboys Aq. Ammonia;
00 poulnds Acetic Acid;
100J pounds TartAr. AAsid;
2I 1z5. Tasunts Acid;
20 krgs Pearl Barley:
150) kgg Turkey Opt n;
111t' Ibs. Arrow Root. Amr .;
2lO Ils. A .sslr ida., in cans;
Hlllbl. BIlmsum Cupaiba;
30 lbs. Balsam Copalba, soli{ilrad;
A20 bis. Black I.ead;
10 bbl.. Ginger Root;
10 b61. Reined Camptlor;
1 g,- Csopasbs s aps'ler;
10 csks Chlonride lime;
109 pounds Chloroltorm, P. aAld W.;
10 bblh. Cream Tartar;
2 b6IL. FA i Buchu.
10t5) gallons hploIl vis s;
2 bbl,. Uva Ursi;
2 bbl.. Gum Mlyrrh.
3 bbhis. Valerian Root:
10 bbl-. Tapioca;
2bbl-. Su:;r lo' eadLs ll ie;
5 bls. ctch 'nin , in LIdalder,;
2 co7. Galrrettsl Scotch S nf,511,
I00 dos. iorillard'. Mace-lay Snuff;
20:1 doz. R on:.e'. 1h,cabuy and buntl S-ut;
I90 pounds lhlitse Ial;
I p dmc'5 Dess ierL;wd s;
5 rases Briidsh Luster, up- rior akrie;
20 casess S.lper's lcmghss S;
hbal.s Ifosl;
Ill pounds Iodide Putslh;
Il.l l lnces Nitrte ASl"c';
2 c i.e s.leelln.ai. k and Srrs+s
20 cau i . ng:,".A , Ea" iil;
l 2 ifl -l.g ia ('url.;
t oase. Ie ;. BWrIs:'
5 1bs. Owil of Bergamot;
20 1:. Oil Peppclmlut,
S( pou lld All,,tedA
20 pomlre , oiaI Cloy,-
25 plAs ti" C'edsr;
10) ponunllts "f C:ubeb,;
25 Ainl Oil lmu
. lck I lllea maN illr'P akIs I a er
S0 grass esildlir plos mn's;
5 oigre Ye Powder Powde
N fires. atnlr of Canmon,
1I ea l: I a t . r('-Ire
.. r.IN liBT I ItII t., nIN e;
a raPPe a ilarl n ,t ,l
20 bbl.. Eng. Venit(ion ReJ;
10 bola. S aisllh I;.:row,
25 bble. Lamp'l:a1,
b l-. P.,oi"i" Stone;
Willte Lead,. ný o , l, w
l'ruria Blu¢ eY rie (;r,.
]lmchi fink ;iY;,, 1' ,!,,,
I i led Ltadl ;..cllll l l3. ;Lin Gi
Turk,) Prober ; VItid l I Br-,ull ;
Cowl V:.r~d. , ; ih.., I Gil1!,
()ea'h carl I-h ( :rit. Tm ,ti ;
Wh.bite llama, \'aldr h Neat: tfl· l1it ;
P.I,'k l Ieath.r, Soalr (t'' .
I'dnt Bri:he>; Wh.], hl·:·
.'hitewnah llru'hen ; %V rldv {]nss. Funch andl A e vau n
.h , a ; .\Nf ,d, ,. , i ItIiIt i
Rrtvn 1JhIn, l5 l te i -l CuB t
Pp ifurttt t"c.llliy t
PRIESTLEY & BEIN.
AXES ............ PADES ............ .HOVELS.
L1andl1e and In store, the following, vi:.
IM down S. W. t'ollins', Yankee. and Kenltcky patterns.
l[0 .. ll.n' ...
It) .. Imihatin Collins.
100 .. OA mes & Co.'s best SIOYEIS and SI'ADES--2
to d.
i0o .. Rowland'a-2 to T.
8For sale by PRIERTI,T .1 REIN.
fg 9and 91 (Famp e8nrt.
llrntlware.
A fall and general oassortmo t of I)oeltic anid Flreign
111ARDWAKE ANDI) CUTPI.E.Y,
Tahlo anl P0ocket,
Constantly on hand and for saI on accommodating terms by
.I'IETLEY9 , 1111EN,
9 lulad 91 Camp treet,.
Bells,
The soulcribers, agentsy tor I. .. l.Hanks, Ccicinnati Bell
Manufactory• have on haand nd are receiving regularly a full
stock, comprisillg
EI.1S FROM111 50 TO 1500 POUNIIS.
Orders received for ally We 1t t1o 400 poo I1, and war
ranted O 0 to lo4tlld atd Iloitiy.
I'IlESTLEY & IEIN,
S9 and 91 ('a py street.
1R.'et--Pressed Splkes.
Landing and for sale by th n lhcribersl-
50 bkeg BOII,FIR RIVTS--It, Tand -'8 ,4.
10 .. I118'S, f1r Sheet Iro Workers.
) . .. for Irln Shtlutters.
150 .. PRESSED :1PIKES, 4 to 8 inh.
PRIESTI.EY k 1i EIN,
Boller Iroll.
La.nding x shlip We, lorhtnd. ftoomo Phl'adollp.i -
100 sheet. be1 t 'oNSPr10I'.V4NIA BOILER IRON-'-y inch
For aole by I'RIESTI.Y & 11111N,
`ý9 ad 91 Comp street.
Cast Iron Pipe.
In store, 4, 6 and a ilch, ad to arlveu per ship Roseneath,
from Glasgow
'150l 3n,c1 ald 10 4it! IROtN '11PPE,
which mill be suld low from the t tllilng.
Apply 1to 1PRISTLEY 38 I':IIN,
t0 an1d 91 00p 4 8reet.
Chtlai Ca bles.
Latnding and for -l! y tlb e nubxcribers
CIHAIN CAIILE., pr,,td-, 75 500h1m.
1 ..' t . .,,t 7 ,..
PRIESTI.1Y & (I iN.
69 ood 91 t'o p otret.
T d I I ii e (ilt,( lroln.
T'fhe sub8criber, agent0 lifr the s1,8 ol III.LLMAN BR.OTII.
EKS'
I'RPMIII\I TE5NNESSEE81 IRN,.
have on hand o tnd o.re rcei, mg reguzorly a fuoll stlio', eompri8 -
ilng the following, vi:
100 l n F T f n, 1 to , inch ao inch.
5, .. 11)1.08E; Si(rE : a., 1, I. rhd 1 ,hc.
81 .. P.O ll i. .i8T7l . 9. , 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 11
50 .. BOILE 81'i.ATE. , 316o I;, andl 516.
Sanld 9l1 (lt' p treet
C(lIe'-Corlrl'r ('holino.
5n corks Let CANEt-C' A '1(N -Js eARI Ii t'--lt rceivr
andforrleby PIESTLEY & HF:IN,
so dot 91 Camp tlet.I
tpopb'..'r.
P'otoburg (I' ,o r Io ihl . ,[ Ii, b, I e 1, h ahI ,l l X.1.' I ,
Pm, r il u I. o .h
CoPI nlR H T, 14 II mI il and m2ih.
P'RIl .'I I,.EY .t 1I/Y N,
lt'3 tr.: h, .t 1'erI.+yl: an . FIAT, RoU ND arn, : L \RE,
5' armL R,,FINEI), ROT ND unr a<1; r iE.
HANDI [l.I ItON, 2 r1_.
:1V , IEFVINEI) FNGLI7.1 FLAf, 1 .rh--..aiNable
for Uoinrel,.
9 1 9 9 t r.l, - t
COOPER & NEIBERT.
CO()P(r:n , NEIKIItTr,
WHOLESALE .\ND RE:T'r I (;ROCF::]S,
'I F ITf . W.l.NI ' AND "rA' .ATI K 'TCH'I'
I1. 1,'K :EltiiY Nf It 1-I'fS't JAAl
I'. 1 I 'Fl'l.,1 1T 11f.1 NI) P1' 11 SAL.T.
SNUFF, SAli.l1N .E , ,' -.-f i:l n ,,t,
1R11111f lFsI.'I.If' ('If -ITfA AND f'IMII'.*N', i'.'
'If!' - PI f : IfE:Al- > LACE .N1 I Yfl .sf1OW Il 1NK1
'IS IN G T'i't I' f 'f I
"" Tk.'ý ]1,~ -lt,,ý ci- f l TE 1-. Im3Ft;,,r .>
75 . 1:,,i, ,", 1 '.' D1IAMf11)ND IlAfAl .
-,, 1, ,tk,, F,: '", i RA. . E L[.:AF I0 '.s11,. t1 i i F:.
511 ', f-'. f 1 ,1 T I,,', i I, s ' IN I ANI,
A A L, R1 II fl ffff I)I' If.' lt !,V ,, 5-1..
, I I \ N1. . Is--x. if'l'. I:I ['1fis , I -N o l'.N ,sl.h .
ID - b,. 1I.A"K 1'I Illt, '.11..I1'' E AND .,p,
-'lIf FREI 151 }-1". fI f 11 'f
\ .1 "-- ff1 1 1 -I,, I f fIt f. 'I\" 1r, l .l sf .:
'1I f 5: 5f 1'..
:'I 1, .11 f NN. ' I if
1t 11, I, f f' '1 I .1III f 1.
11 d ..]" . ! R N 1 ,, .
Wx l r,--) I 11A.-' F: l'r'll ' 1Y , ,. T,1 , ,,~,'IRff 1
1 f'f{f1.f.Iff 11ff
, "" 1.1'1'F.1 )l 'R ) th e OF T IHE - W, . A.,tn
Ti 'iol-.e are and t' tal l t"0it V ro' erv
1{[. \ 4'1. IN,, ', 422Ill,1I .
CHAS. R. RAILEY & CO.
CHAS. R. R AILEY & CO., GENERAL GROCERS
-And Dealers In
LIQUORS, WINES, CIGARS AND TOBACCO,
No. 17 Tchoupltoulas and
No. 24 Gravler street
Offer for Hale, on reasenaMo terms, the following ;articles:
Brandy
520 pneknges, varlon, qou itleo.
Whisky
250 psckages OLD BOURBON,
MONONGAIIELA,
IR111,
SCOTCH,
RECTIFIED.
HOLLAND,
AMERICAN.
Wines In wood-
MADEIRA,
PORT.
SHERRY,
[SWEET cld DRY MALASGA.
WVl nes IiIslaes-
CI.ARET,
WIIITEWIN ES,
SAUTERNE,
BARSAC, etc., etc.
Chanlpagne-
ZW baskets asorted.
Solndrles
BRANDII CSIINRRIES--Gla.s and ctOk slops.
BRANDY FRUITS-Arsorted.
ABSYNTIIE-Varioul brlnd,.
ANISETTE--All quahties.
CIIfER RIY I;RANDY nod CIIERRY BOUNIE.
tL' RA COA.
SRDII.ALS--A sorted, all kinds.
IKIRSCHII.
MARASt'INO.
PEPPERMINT.'
ORANGE FLOWER WATER.
WOLsFEC' ARSMISAT' SCiHIEI)AM SCIINAPP'1.
BLAC'KIIERIY BRANDY.
RASPIBERRY BRANDY.
APIPLE BRANDY--Old and fine.
PEA'CII BRANDY.
CIIAMPAIGNAI: CIDER.
LONDON PORTER--Qorts nod pints.
S'UTII .\IND INDIA AIE--Qunrts and pintSI.
PuoRTER- A AND ALE-i- n !,xl+ , ,gt. und pt1.,.A5er'n.
rohnrco
D0 lxe-, of ¢Ii ,t1lea
bo;,l& -5.5-sPau S'Y,, Sb TWIST.
Cigars
AlSi te i ppros Cd o rnIl ids of En HtiavanaCIG AR,.
Ana ar tmtA of Ge(rman ( I,;ARS.
R I,:e ... -5U, et, , ,t,
Pipe-
PIPE 5IEADS 51 a- u
(V , c.lki', ,C, n ekl .g awl YT,low Bank TOl"C ,rA",;.
; s:t, g ..s ..g .. ..
Te--Te--Tea-
IMPERI AL,\I~ 'I f .51 ,, , ,, of every q51 lity--lttka
.. ., l2 l i:d1llb, bx ee . .. .
* I NS.N' IsW E:R, i, If. ;hets, oIf overy rullty, ,. ..
in 6 lb., 12 0h.a d lnd .tt, I(x l .,
YOUN'l IiYSlNN, Li. Le .', 0 - qu-lity, ') ..
0 i PCUiNG .......
.. .. in 1, 15 and 9) lb., 6]U ,
I'.S 'llSON s,, in6 awl B, ,. ;,. s, IS
Plkles, Presseovs, l0etchullrs, etc.
Grounlld plces.
oold andIll lVllowu.,Vre.
S Ise s 0
l n) hl PEP' ER.
i 5h: -'s AsIII.-P I.
PO mat, CA.al.t.
Plper-
riT u, 0, p, y.
1ll2s
QL'T. 1 a.:- , I i,ýr t,-- ,,l r" ,- , .·
SSSeet I '1
Cofe'e-
0l. - , , , NA.- b-S AYs s Ay y
T - c.t 2-si 5i5. 'x-h s y
. G.. I'o s.-sL
ltlltr-L ni(''i s Hin.
.. ..- R l i 'ss.. os-, l'. sr ssoqs.
-- S-sU'C T.\NA, iS I,,1 . ,is Li,
Nllhts
I'rnll'E- - N. --s.,'
USI olIS--- Sct-k.s.
A Pl ANOSI R;CN\T CNN OP ALL ARTICLES
L Iss[T.'s
(1R ,.. R.. LI.NE',
Fl[ols .so sal .
FNo T+f e
JOHNSTON & TURNER.
GREAnT EMePORIIU !
HATS! HATS!! HATS!!!
-AND
CAPS! CAPS!I CAPS!!!
FOR TIlE M1ILLIO N
WIIOLESALE AND RETAIL.
JOHNSTON & TURNER,
UNDER TILE ST. CIIARLES HOTEL,
UOn St. Charles Street,
Near the FRONT ENTRANCE,
-Ilavo just 2 opened-
TH3E] =.RE T.ATE'S, 8TOCK
-or-
IIATS AND CAPS
EVER BROUGHIT TIU THIlS CITY:
They have rometh ig ini that line to suit the tr. t
E VE IT R Y B Y,
.1a--, la1' On G,7Lrrr.);
WhetlAer ,it LJ :h Work or to Vio it in--for FaPi Wt-ather a
Foui-- fr fece or f Wr W l-- (r
IHUNTIN, BIIATHING, OR COURTINGI::
All dmanml radelupTn their Stock is s're to rhet n:lh
a realdy repone.
To show their cutune-rs the graF t vN,e ty kpt, they u,l
euron_'r..,t to ,x .ler-d I - -xent. Tlcy will t.rst cu:} aue,;
Iion to their .tact k .=f
GENTLEMEN'S DRESS HATS,
FRI:N,'II ,'l I . -- a ,t
Ayi:r tI'AN t'AS -l.\ER-it '-Ltt SD'.,
AMEIC'AN F'R-L,,FJ -,.
FRIEN'H -II1 K--I.at, S;yle.
NEVW IILLEANN l'It-OI.I ST'ILEI
T-,],,' o,,-C , ¼,., 'y ,' . oh 'n F7
FELT HATS,
oFT ' :;kVEJ iJAIJ, 1.J Lh Low n o, t , I
F I.,, r· cF s ,,r,1 RED.\ . .,:, ·
Fin, J.,ck n I ',u ,r,-l Fic. -.' , I:: rhh :,n 1 A,-,t, n o 'I.
11 X '- r,,od ,,r N~rr,,r ~r . nr -II i,:1, or L~ow Cr--,.
J 'r ,.Ah 1 'J, AIl' ,f F'.,' C : E ,., . . l,.can man
AMWI:RI .T A .N F; '1 AI'.TS I1 ,l l i, J.
ThI'!y . ,. " ve 'i ,' :o::i,.hg ,! cr i l kir.ds of
EN'ITLEIIWE.'S YOUTII.' A NVD OBYS'
(' 1 1' J :
T'll I NNI VS2YORKIIIE IA l; 1ERE, French
(" -im, ur*. al , ,h, I ,z l, d Anrn can do.
%':, a,,, t'AP" 1',lvK --l',l,", t~nck and Col.
F !t 1 4lk. ',
"C)1 'T'IIT I. LADIES
RXIDlINIG HATS
In I. .m :wfn: g variety:
E.\IIM:ES ElGEN.IA E mER, ,1,hr la gulificent Ostrich
l.q-1, Itl., k ," , t'. -- I -, ·re,1 i \ ;:! ]';a es to suit
A- ,,.l ,, i T1 Ai,"n' I(i\TA. A.l, E(AUl I'Nlm- a,
. y have a eBno, Uaot
U3IhR.RElILA( ANDI CAINES,
( <.Al ,-l I ,i r- .I',,,,,,, - I American manu- .
lINE LEATIIEIlt IIAT iOluxES,
IIAT AND COAT BIl.-IIES,
\1, Wlt, ih. .llh ¾ t i',. t, (n S'".ENi ,TD ARTICLE of
FTJIERED GL+OVES
-A.r-
G A U N T LET ' S,
--F, r·-
PILI.t)',% .IlN-'D Je.a r' ,:.Y rtr.lysf
IIDING AND IICNT'ING WHIPS.
LADIES' RIDTiWO: W[TII ,,, .,e:I, aIn, hnt GO, old [fead.
,ENTII'MTIIN'4 I RIlING; AND 1I'NI'ING W'1I'S, with
t; ,,1 Ihena ., .,10 -v.,ill'nl , .,,,,u,, d ,, : 6, ,- Ivoa y CCar
'INE.L.Y 3I 'N' D COA,' I W IIIS, 't ,, ,, ver
T'e In,.. for nl! ,h , .,"',% ::e a, ;.+.o,,'w a Tigure a
they -,ln he bought ian)wh! re in thelo S4 thwet, at ,a all urti
JOHNSTON & TURnNEIR,
I.. ,'ha l at 1'2nporium,
)D':S ... ...... U. . DYEIN .......- DYEING.
J. LONT EPp, P I YER AND S'OURER,
\o, L49 Itotrbo n irree
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