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an uddi g letter witter moot
ige the btal of a tlose iavet
til$ a i which his pryltg
IYdMI tkaned h to make, hand this reacit
-itit ia t bt dl ezadg a fabulous amount
y over his salary, the head of the Adminhu
il cthr, ina actez sih, at leant sixty thou.
'te hue tUtr thoumnd dollaer which
ýS e m oaer o to obe in brequital for
Elehrtes Sting hib term of ofide. Thi
rbo tmit a Vii anbtsd ehewder a
Zlbe, k ld tih41t>fiimole, who neither
sui d Na e tatlly of " laying by
bl e d~ialrepetabuly loqsiutive or.
I os sa ;bast frsedil Sl ow who
lf hwi i etrrolthe more
thei cleutlo lation, the
dPh hi. Itlablhment to a
an be no doubt that whatever
, the present ooonpant of the Pres.
rouaey out of bis odce," for
it isiitt withlo a certain cirle,
e It. fy tipreuelon is that
ofti term, out of the one
asta id thosand." The
tde o give hir ruesons for his
t ino the detail of the Pred
,buht we rally cannot
0w1chle sabow that' the Pret
bl fidrst Indued the Ioon.
riospitjbl hpr oigalsty, and
Ot a cmpatra vely small
wo Lcauggestlng that as
has disoad pl so shrewd an no
nee l totead stfai that shoold Douglas
to %he overthrow of Buohanan Do.
, I obe complimented with the paotof
li the house.old of the new occupant
, Pk ,poet tel s exultation how
S.Oj.ond, of Salem, Mams., a well
d ,ooloredloau g woman" who is
ines (t a b!s+theqgnU ato.two noted fogl
. ltthuite States, Wiliam and Ellen
l .oK , 9mforlay settled In the great me
" l im t fit h the ,most, disltngulshed
taey din gbyej's "the most illa.
m a . lan , . 4trua. appropriately jubl
Sf gonthe Pot quotes from a London
ehi te "t ha t ' "iss ,emond was called
ar ,one ,day, by the seraant (of Ellen and
wr 4) bo tb , her that h old gentleman
r 94 ar to moe her,end was waitng
0 palr. WI old gentleman was none
meet ilýetriomu man in England, that
So , . ry, Lord BIrogham. Lord
fiitamled for about an hour In convers
tio i l)d einaod. We have not heard what
5hd aboant, or `whit they thought of one
i It' certain that of the thousaands of
who annually eroes the Atlantic to see the
l "ti the ol world, very few, indeed, on their
r, liibmt of having had such an interview
adniw a me"
i; l"rdi Broighem has the reputation of being
'f the greatbet of English statesmen, we may
k hinm as a fine ample specimen of the class, and
edeatn timsonable idea of the mental material re
_tItlt e+umake a man a leader in Englishb politics.
Stbhoeld think that the Post's republication would
Save a fendency to weaken the fancy of our North
rni:oontrywomen for erosinog the Atlantic on lion
hanting expeditioe, seeing that a negro woman is
Sfer befeolre them as the recipient of the dis
gtled honor, not only of taking Lord Brougham
,t bhand, batof being closeted with the political.
for a long and delightful hour. They may
hick also that -~noh tfaor Is no great distinction
Ifthealalince it is so obliglngly vouchsafed to such
pa.ty, the preference of the whllom Premier of the
sof British Empire being dictated by amalga
- itntnetlwhobh do not suggest agreeable re.
e - If English greatness is made of such ma
itli hardly worth the while of right-mindid
I ~teicansetoi'epect, much lees to lionize it, though
at.s, he ·!gored by "colored young women" of
ohettekand their .hite-ekinned assoclates.
Think of" the meaot illostrlosm man in England"
ttlgO In, all lthe state of anointed nobility, on a
~'egr ehob andodeol g the agreeable to her by the
of one hour I PrObably the eminent statesman
pe. d from such authoritative sonure much vanl
t b s·t;iformation on the affalrs of the United States,
hler will be ventilated for the Information of the
i Government and people on the earliest occa
P;u
U.NlrstWu4d American Clfub-The memo
:,4np",fibo o Olobs lotidboto ot b·t th egulaplan
iyoqDWU)LSDAY EVENING, tl o'cook punololl?.
By order of the Pteesdo. se21 2lpool
lP FtW h Ward Alnerloan Club-This Club
will haeefle moe oetrlooIy .eeey WEDNESDAY EVE
NINa,, ol o'oloo, at theneswti pice.
By pods or the Plridedl. soil
` "I;J -tLbWs4Arurle CLub-ThU. Club,
bhy rmeolotlosseele neglay on toh FhIRT WEDNESDAY
S.i ero1o ui,Uithe Nt*WrddLeody of Septimber, hom
whlek time $ wll moot aeky
_".'o' loetibehnl Prrdeat. can 3p11
ISFNEib Ward Amertlaon Club-This Club,
byzwl r. ol9r, pqeeolly obt Wh*ilST EAto sot ok
mehs3i rtice Frodsy o 5sepstbmbr, from which t.
RilYmUt Ward Aesrlcan Club. Third
3kb I 0304 mee' iltlly 000, WEDINEDAY, at
desi of Elylso 11014. sod Vltoloy sioset., 011
!+E. i. W TT', Seointrhy.
e#ý A0eerieaoo Club. Third;
`'lest. oiy seery WEDNESD1AY, ed
13UlNT, Neesehet.
U :- Atten a
*eBei3.h
l'm .ia h m.wxn lee, r ,d l awa e-.
?aEbhma htd atlt-ao ea negamb all Tab. itta
. y ., Iu4Y .FB4IMH.i
II.t eL, tead will reire alram tr owbslib insm,
O ,." b leat bblea
toatho t.Ie thot ebO alt b oat oend sat tae
orelpar trshlk tbe lll ti the b hat ntw ter
bd. M. Ha U' lEkiuTY STOMACH BT
ts. Thu eaaTa ha.&nMs abdt iiad, ead t oaay vrtirtua
pt:iTletiuMjd ta of Nwh t id ada day h.a ierprie
ai ! 5atdieTlt t i, atom oftellhat aof lma dreadf aa ooa
,mttibe.bd srih o tthah aalghfd "littr." It tar
; iai esI , b haredn atpitw mt who taett tha "it.
smg. tatr wa Ueedt tnlaetite. sea ato, ir
btih mlldadd aaeittlea tbiht , and aimunlaittag itait
Oe|pd 'be . s.e.at. Foa Imrtaidtarn fir the vera sa.d
LAit IosaeaS tAyepdia, aad anr l r tiet ra bid dhasm o .
tttseaa'Waaoe&U hlaS d.
Ui a Nl w rhian wheeawltshad rl, by i. WRIGHT
hOOe.mi flAdhate ret tiagata for the SPtetrna
toe sad le bMawaM Nallt. Oin id ha addre mo e Mnd by
a.LeBe T adt-aeUsMs Alrevrwbare. atl so relW
i . pImtrtIhrW$ 4 n-s nO &0 t.he a best
ri Tdit e0 atatt. (Hwt Path)at Nao. Brtadwey.
.en ter Wholettpart tf theIan New rt atnsh, bd . WRI e fd
Orl.,ants L. eB , t , r r pAWt
ahdaiaieoaaaoeteg the aaaeat dtataa te the qeattity ad
qaeltty oaf r tor.a the bted, atd it besbe. heand thattrpre.
preeraitrea watetataaiaagdbytha diteiaihedqeatd qtty of lte
Tiae ea mid reeaettyf New Yath, hare adapted Dr. MOTT's
dea Zfat.ln byhregre. ted are atw raa rihieten mith
Heat tiereardIary earreee. Grod appetit, ataplets diae
Hea, rapid oaqetlaite a ekterat, with ae eaaaal depaddtlae
for atreamod ahaaaih roeraisa. hatadlately fallow their uea.
Aa agraedtaeeehle osad general riaioetlr It ha at seprior
Pot "Is b7alDruagists. Priam, H0 reel par boa, raolaie
teg iplte. aati that byemal at rradpt of pries. Princlpal
aImee, NatBradwea, N. Y. . N. LOCKE d CO., tiaaarat
AocaH. Whleas atetd retall te New Oreanshy . WRIGH?
OO..Hand 11 Ohtatr eairaat. say $aobiW
t s g Te eret EngmItsRemedy Sard aeg
StaaVeannA'a 1 , rue t-Paeneed leu a pe
Thin . ikNewn saedihaeu mn psitinh mtaun e and sto
remdytm r lmal Dime n.i m Ot)nnalaesfretmanya as
wheton.; and, alhhougb a powfndi emedLy, ha eated,
aenhhgk brikl b thi amtathtian.
to Mardled Lndies it I pecliarly aited. It wl , I n sah
Maie. brl.g e mathbly pereid withn regllry.
ThatslPlbnve emer tbeankmwn to hi, wham leb. din,
Wm an t saend pIe Of the lpapht are wellobenrvd.
For idnlipa.tnln gug apaalet, hea, Of mteaa.n.t
N. B.-1i and 6 pstage stampe, melooadto any athered
ane, wl daeo a ble, on.tainlg reves Sfty ptls, by arumo
Omail at fn thoe UMited SBleJOB 0O6S, Booketer
N.Y. J.WRIGHT & CO., New Oreau , Wholesaile Ants. and
Maid by ein ulan Dngld.. . fel mlySW
WWorti Reading and Thinking about
'BINING0R'S OLD LONDON DOCK GIN-Deanned fot
he un of the Medial Ptneion tand the nanIy. having en
pIendd tha anled "OGina." t"Aromat." "Oordin"
"gMedicnaed," t,, in cw edorsad by all the promuent phy
sltaen, obeamiLsta and eonanrsanneanpsa.eing anl those in
i an d molnl ItlteulW TtlOnie and Diureti) which beloag
tonOLD .d IURL GIN. at up in Qart Botlsa., sad sild
byatt Drnggm m, Gre, ae.
A. N. BXII3G1 R (00.,
(Xgtaiahed IITS--7iole Importen.
No. 3 Broadway, N. Y.
lF.or ea by O. O. WOODMAN, B. JOUEDAN, G.
N. MORIBON, L. B. WEBILOCK CO. E. GUUILLOT,
New Ol5anee. ye ipy
IllRpetabtile t -The mlld, Lneorrosive,
ehidalsl ogrnedtenl, of which ORISTADORO'S HAIR DYM
t aompaMed, render it hamle to the tenderet skin and the
weaket and mfae hair. Thehang fm the dull, h y tint
of age to the britant dark brown or gly black ot comely
youth. I I INF iTANOUS. No failures, no delay, no im
perleat colon. a nptemant odor; ton all ea t result is lnt.
tam. Immnae .-ad eotitely aneaesafnt.
Sold rveywheare, ad applit d by al Hair Dreasrn.
s9 blm&W ORISBTADORO. Noa. 6 Aeton fome. N..
ea.:I Teas: Teas
BLACK AND GREEN.
Teas! Teas!!
OF THE CHOICEST KINDS.
-To be had t the
THE SOUTHERN TEA WAREHOUSE,
10 Poydm street,
Betwean Camp and ft. Chatrls strsete.
sai bplt (Slgn of the Chnanan.)
tinger's
SEWING MACHINES.
The fact i now atbliahed that BSINGER'S SBEWIG MA
O1HIS, with recentagaet grt Improvements, have no al, either
forthe Oneor oarsa sewing. That they bane .venaunivelal
atisfoatn has been shown by artllenate published i mostl
li the anewpapers n in this State, and no other certificates hav
been published, or an be ven, of the like success of any othe
sawicr Machine.
SINGER'S FAMILY
-And
PLANTATION SEWING MACHINE,
combined, ha u rival for fine work, and will w a leather
the bnatifully, using ether cotten, slilk or fl thread. Mer
ante learn readily to us them in one or two hours, and they
ar so substntial that they cannot be put out of order, except
by vilent misusage or abuses, and will last a lifetime. Those
who will take the trouble to inqulre, will find that aleittenthe of
the clot'ng and shoea sold n tbhis city are made on Singer's
Bowing Maebines, and there is no doubt they are more usedand
than all other put together.
The anderelpgnd has aold over two thoaand Singer'a Mn
chbina, not one of which has bean raturnd, though they are
aI guaranteed eighten montabs.
No Fanmily Swiag Mabinean canomparel with inger's. either
In the beauty and dellacry of the stitch, or the simplicity,ele
gauea aid durability of the Machine.
Seger's Macblhnes are now beautifully ornamented and sold
In handsome cases if deired.
I have mest received a large supply of Mchines by the Ca
hanb, and all thsae who have been obliged to walt an now be
Ssupplied forthawth.
WALTER BENNETT, Agent,
Begmo No. 33 Oemn street.
solelpt No. N 3 asmp stree.
C.4.. Ms rriere y Bro.
Would espWctfully Inform their friends and the public that
they ere now opening their fall stoek of
HOUSE -KEPING GOODS,
SILK AND WORSTED DAMASKS,
LACE AND MUSLIN CURTAINS,
TABLE CLOTHS, NAPKINS AND TOWELS.
PLANTATION GOODS.
BLANKETBS JEANB kND LINDSETS,
MLOW PRICED BILKS, very cheoap.
IRISH POPLINS,
Whlob they will take plesure to ahowog.
Also, a full aUortment of
Cloths and Casslmeres.
C. A. BARBIERE & BRO.,
17 Canal street,
sel9 IpS. Tore Buildleg.
.rewt Carpeting.
J. D. DAMERON & CO.,
154 Canal Street,
Have received large and choice assortment of Eugllsh Vel
et oand Tepater Co.rpetUg., of the celebrated manufaoture of
I Crleot's S and other..
BIt BLOEW BRUMSELS and WILTON--sew petterns.
ITHREE-PLY AND INGRAINS, of thebatmakers.
RUGS, BAIZES. DOOR MATS, eta.
.urtaln uaterlalls.
We swoul cell attntlolo Ihe exteease toek of all decp
Mlorn f Breeotelle, Sah de Lam atd Worestd Curtain Male
rWlo; Leese ad MmUln eoalm; Tablehnd Pano Coers; Cord.;
Tr mmhg, eedo:
Window Shades and Corntees.
In thts b oh Oer beuaOts hat plt, is taken to get up
the pe'wed Ale., or i"stock hae o superor.
OIL OLOTHUB.S fet to lN ftet wide of choice qutalty and
mw peare. s1 loSt
iFrenel Peatassery.
SA fesh 9e lrtnOt of FRENCH P9RBFUEBRY Jt re
SLION & PINSARD,
asseenaermar5si.
n22 21w - atmarJMbwm es
AceL
W L Rapldeai
,A; A3T.4oV3NOR,
-. s.. -m N A. of Oe..s ta.
FOR ATSTORBnY.onuRAL,
TROR. J. DUIRAT, of Orleans.
FOR AUDIT.. Puauo ACooU8T.
. A'TUEW WATSOn, of Cadl..
FOE TRIASURER,
Dr. JE. U PUEKNs, orf . aton aou..e.
FOR SEORBTARY OF STATE,
Hon. 3. W. BLAKE, of Terrebonne.
FOR BUPERINTENDINT OF PUBLIC EDUCATION..
R. H. CUnY, of Catahoula.
FOR COOIIBBIONRI OF BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKI,
FIMT DISEiIIUT.
Dr. PHILIP TUIBER, of Orleans.
no19 .pt4
.i Card.
Fur MA, QUonm,
New Orlearn, 8aptembe, 1809.
Mr. H. Furma-Der Sr : I hae rolived from the New
Orleas Gottso Pram about two hand ad bales of otton, bound
ta yeor" ea iroe W," and think it sapoetor to any of the
rope bound cotton yet tke in lmy s'p. Cottos. in your tle,
n coompeot and well shped, stow wall, and in toltntme have
I sao lther the hoops or ts give way ; the Iron-bound cotton
toew better thab the rope-bound. I take an intered to the
m.ttor, and have mads a trial of what you sent me, ad a
oMavioced thatoatton bound in iron, with your tie, it the bet
(or the ship ; it doe nt expand d eamblse the vssel to carry
I ow the oomprimotg s d tbhk your gang can handle the
Ion.tles e adily s the rope. Rocommendingittothe ae of dl
shipmaoteo and hoping soto see it brooght into gserol use,
I remain yote, reospetfally,
iol sptf F. E. JORDAN, Master.
Nnw OlUZA.o, September, 189.
H. Fmaumn;Paq-Str: As the 8tovedore of the shlp May
Qoae, had a good opportunity of observtng the advantage of
tron-boted ettor. I found the oton you set her in eron r
metably wel preoed, better than t in rope, eabhulg me to
stou, with greater se, the sme, or a greater amount, in the
our tie, beiot fIa from the objecton raised, that hoops will
=haoot and come eir, will obviate all the dimeflty in that rea
poot, tad I am peaedod will give shlpmuters perfect stis
fano. Respectfully, yourn,
sIes 2ptf JAS . HUOKINS.
Special .hlfice.
A I m ow relng my stok of
SUPERIOR READY-MADE CLOTHING
--Ad-
MTLEI'PS FWRNIIU mOODS,
THE FALL AND WINTER OF 1859-60,
Embea* everoy strtcls sitablefeor gemtlemsn's eomfortable
sd complete outft, I would otfy my friend ad the public
tht in order to make ooom for the largeo eelpt byore y
oteamer from No Two. I wr l sell
MY 1WIOCK O' BUMMER GOODS
AT AND BELOW COST I
For the blnce of the warm eon. .Cll at
B. PITEIN'S
Faeblonable Clothing Impodrim,
nait Opdt 1 and 1 Camp -tret.
To Country .Merchants.
UDOLPHO WOLFE'S
PURE COGNAC BRANDY IN BOTTLES.
I a now supplyngO he ttrde with pure Cognac Brady, In
botlet, bothfor medial and private ae. The Immeone see
l that has oroed my eforts to plae pure Gin within the
roeh of all, under the nme of Aromatic Sohisdam 8hbuopps.
ad to dra out of the market the pernicious oompnds sold as
OGt throsehout th country, led many leading druggists, spoth
merl and medial men, for some year put, to olicit me to
puneaheotemmoe-se In regard to the eatlleof Brandy. I
should have tompils. with thee requests from all quarters
lo go, bt wa derrend from It by the teot, that org to the
exorbltatprtlo of Brandy In France, consequent upon the
shortoem of the grpe crop for some years, thee weu 110 hanca
of my hb..g a·le to Import the ehotleet Brahdy. bottle it and
sell It at moderate pries. Fortnoately for me, the grape orop
for the last oad previous yeer (and thepreapot for this) wU
aboundat, ead prices of Brandy have fallen to the standard or
tea yaoe ago. The duty on Brandy s also seventy pr cent
lower, and I have now made arenements with for Brandy
aporte in Frane, of the highest repte, and an regularly s r
eairing ceeonal ments of the bat Cognoa Brandy, which I am
bottling asod telling a Wolfe's Goetuee Cogne Brandy. I
gosrutee wlh my oal, labels and eonlflotoes, the Brandy ao
bottled by me, as the pure, unodalterated article, and it will be
found, wheo ned as a medicine, a bevrage. .r a cordial.
helthtfol ad slnvigoating. It hoe been a metter of nivermal
complainot. that bottle of pure, umixed French Brandy, was
very dlmoult to obtain, and the purchaber, nine tmhe in ten,
was deeiverd wlth a t manufateled imitation. Of alldoe
orlptlons or ardent spirits, Brandy, from its high price, hao
been the one ottle that mixers and sellers have torned their
attention to, and millions of gallons of the so-called French
Brandy have been scatterd annually through theland, and
have beo the primary oam of murders, suicides, cruelties
and erte and hbare sent thousands to an erly grave, .elf.
destroyers, frtm delridm tremsons, mast-a-pon and horrors,
names unknown until unprncipled men began to make mad.
doentg ctmpounds and ll It s the pure Freneh Brandy.
The rtrtas of pure Faenh Br dy need not be told by mo.
They are known throughout the world a a medicine ore mild
olmnolat It is, the Freobh ntion poatially name it. '-Bau
deolet ," the water of life. But this applie to t only when
pore and unadulttetd. Manufactured with the fearful longe
diente that make a good omlastto, it broomes a death drink to
nnocent tons of thbosand of our res. To remedy a ferful
evil, I have ommenced importing Brandy, bottling It, and
selling It s "Wolfe's Genuineo ogsoc Brady." I am datly
reeelvleg orders from the druggists oad apotbhardes in all
prts of the Union, to smil it for moediol purooe.
UDOLPHO WOLFE,
No. 2 Beaver street. New York.
Ageotl in New Orleans : . J. Hart & Co., A. D. Orief,
S., J. T. Moore Co. e21 2Oplm
a row to the Chance
--oR
ALL THAT ARE IN WANT
-or
GOOD CLOTHING AND SHIRTS,
To tfunh them selves wlth the articlels cheaper than at any
other season of the year.
In consquence o a great many people not seeing my adver
tisment, "SELLING OFF FOR COST," I will,
FOR A lEW DAYS LONGER,
--saLt-
THE WHOLE OF MY STOCK!
VERY REDUCED RATE I
-Offering-
BARGAINS SELDOMI EQUALLED !
As the goo.d are of the latst style and texture.
CRAVATS, UNDER-GARMENTS, and all artile of gen
tlemen's dress, at the
Premium Shirt Depot of
CHARLES LEIGHTON,
Corner SL Charles and Canal st.
N. B.-Perseons wshing to purchase would do well to call
soon, a the time is only for a few dasl to enab'e us to make
room for the Immense stook now on its way from the North.
Gunnison, Chapman A Co.,
S. GRISWOLD .& CO.,
GULLETT'S PATENT STEEL BRUSH
COTTON GIN.
STATIONARY AND PORTABLE STEAM ENGINES,
Portable Circular Saw-M.lls,
CHAPMAN'S PATENT COTTON PRESS,
Shaftln and Polley's, Englne and Wood Lathes. Drills.
Wood and Iron Platners, and Irons
for Running Gear.
Also, dealers in ll descrlptlios of Plantation Machinery End
MAchinlst Toole, ineluding
ANDREWS' PATENT
OENTRIFUGAL DRAINING PUMP,
Orlt Mile, French Barr Mill Stoes., Newell Cotton Screws,
Circular Saw, Gin t aw, Steel, etc.
These Gin Stands ,e of the suporlor ptent formerly made
by our Mr. B. D. Gullett, when a member of the orm of Meors.
0ullett, Gladoey A Co.. of Aberdeen, Mils, and se especially
dittlgulhed for a mblnirg greot Ginning speed with a mueh
improved ample of Cotan, enhancirg Its value from tol 1
cnet. per pound Prie, per Sw.
Bling the monefactures prlncipally of our own Mhlsaery,
we re eabld to thoroughly adpt t to Plantatlon use and Me.
ehanical purpese. and to furnishb t tt our estoomer upon the
most fvoretebl trm.
All aette uold or furoltebd by owl he tlly guaranteed
'Oomee and ,ale room, 89 M. Ohrles streeL Maetct
Sc?, U9 e hanpttulac treest, New Ores, Ie. 19 2Splm
lIQUEL & iAMIOt,
s 1.....O*artrhewsin t . t ....RIand 13
H r.l rrect amrlnwl an will opsn MONDAY,
hsgsu, mteir IwoMutnat of
..m.C.N, ENGLISH, GERMAN
DOMEBSTIC DRY GOODS.
-ComIsng prt of-
TAFFETA, GRISAILLE and COLORED BILK ROBES.
TAFFETA, GRISAILLE and COLORED BILK ROBES,
Two Jape.
PLAID AND PLAIN TAFFETAS.
PLAIN AND COLORED SATINS.
FOULARD SILKS.
GROS D'ORIENT SILKS--Al Colon.
PEKIN, OGRISAILLE AND PLAID SILKS.
ARMUBE AND MOIRE ANTIQUE
PLAID AND COLORED POPLISS.
PLAID AND PLAIN DE LAINES.
VALENCIENNES and MUSLIN COLLARS .nd Slurn.
JACONET AND SWISS ..
EMBROIDERED MUSLIN AND JACONET BANDS
LADIES' L. O. H. S. HANDKERCHIEFS.
T. B.
LINEN
FRENCH, AMERICAN AND ENGLISH PRINTS.
GERMAN .. HOSE08.
HALF-hOSE.
WOOLEN DAMAS]K
SILK AND WOOLEN DAMAqK.
EMBROIDEIED MUSLIN CURTAINS.
BOBBINET
FURNITURE PRINTS.
LADIES' HOOPED SKIRTS.
CHOBILDREN'S ..
CLOTHS AND CASSIMERS.
CABINETS AND SATINEPS. etc., etc., eto.
-Also
A LARGE ASSORTMENT
-or
PLANTATION DBY GOODB,
-SBch ,
KENTUCKY JEANS AND LINSEYS.
SOUTHERN 44 and Ye OSNABUROS.
GRANIER AND NAVY BLANKETS.
GEORGIA KERSEYS AND PLAIDS.
COTTONS, DENIMS, etc., etc.
All of which they wll offr a the lowest market price, and
hey invit their frienod a.d the puble to call sad examine be
tore pourchsng oe.wher.
GIQUEL & JAMISON,
el 16 nod 18 Ch .rtre street.
B. PftW 5 Bone,
WHOLESBALE AND BETAIL
DEAILRR IN
EUROPEAN AND AMERICAN
FANCY GOODS,
DRESS TRIMMINGS AND TOYS,
No. 122 Canal street, Touro Buildings.
Country Merchant. will fed l our hbou the laage .lo0.
on of goode in the ine kept aed a we bave pdoleer
itte1s lfor p~molig, we can ll t1 mach lower prices then
oethrn heee.
B. PIFFET & SONS,
le6 ApMohSBd 122 CoI l streef.
Ivory Tucking Combs :
uost receedvd by ship Roger Stewart. from Havre, s beatl.
fdl asortmeat of IVORY AND SHELL TUCKING COMBS.
LION & PINSARD,
M.oud b eoydl stre.,
a.eIt Ip! Comrer Beoviited.
To Country jlerchants.
THEODORE FROIS & CO.,
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE
- Deoaler -
They erupectfoly inform their blends from the country and
city that they have TEMPORARILY REMOVED from thele
old stod, to
No. 18 CANAL STREET.
BETWEEN NEW LEVEE AND FRONT STBEEYS,
where they will be prepared to offer, so anal. an exe edmogly
large aod well selected stock of
,D i' O O D 3 .
Sgood terms at reonable prices.
THEODORE FROIB & CO.,
18 COnal street,
.ll lot0 Between New Levee aod Froont streets.
Boots, Shoes and leats.
We have in store and now ladlng from ship Harrlet, J.
Meotgomery, Samuel Fales, Lady Bleloington, and the stleam
shlps DeSeto ad Greanda,
AN EXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT
-or
BOOTS, SHOES AND HATS,
-Making one of the
Largest Stocks
EVER OFFERED IN TIllS MARKET,
To which we call the attention of buyers.
Out stock s, in part, comprised of the following
20,010 pairs RUSSET BROGANS, for Plantation use.
10,000 KIP, CALF and SEAL BROGANS.
10,000 .. KIP, CALF and THICK MUD BOOTS.
f5,00 .. GRAIN, HUNTER sad PLANTERS' Heets.
10,000 .. LADIES', CHILDREN'S AND MMISSES'
SHOES, of every variety,
SIW For sale on liberal termsby
JOHN M. GOULD & CO.,
le19 2pat 8 Magadne street.
Flour ! Flour !
THE MANUFACTURER OF THIS FLOUR
WILL DONATE $1000
-To
THE FEMALE ORPHAN ASYLUM
-ir THERE Is
BETTER PLOUR MADE IN AMERICA.
This celebrated Family Flour, " FOUR ACES." made ex
preeely for us, in barrels and hall barrels, we can with safety
recommend to our friends as superb artiele. The card of the
manufacturer speake for itself ; what he sayebe will comply
with.
BULLITT & WHALEY, Grocers,
el4 2el2 Nos. S0 and .32 New Levee.
Havana Cigars and Boney.
In store and landing ee'brip A. A. Chapman
867,400
WELL-SELECTED AND CHOICE CIGARS,
-Consisting partly of
REGALIA, MEDIA REGALIA,
CAZADORES, LONDRES,
CONCHAS, OPERAS, BREVAS,
MILLAR, etc. etc. etc.
-Of the following brands-
Sevillean; Clay, Calhoun and Webster; Cervantes; Wm.
Prescott; Know Something; Washington; Palma Celebrada;
Nueva Empresea; Sol; Purea ; Conill; Pnlgdengolas ; Fixed
Shr, etc., etc.
Al0so, An INvolcE or
VERY SUPERIOR CUBA HONEY,
For ale by JOB. M. LABORDE, "
(Successors of Laborde & Xlques,)
39 New Levee, oppoite Natchez et.
SNglt Exchange ont HaIvanrt,
Always for sale in sums to suit purchasers. se14 2plm
Elegant Family Jlansion
FOR SALE OR RENT.
The uedenigaed offers for sale his residence, on Esplanade
street, one of the
MOST SPACIOUS AND COMFORTABLE
houses in the State, containing twelve rooms in main buildlng,
with hell In the center, eight servant rooms, kitchen, stables,
fowl house, etc., etc. Every room In the houts. Including
Sbth rooms, kitchen and pantry, is
FURNISHED WITH GAS.
All the bed rems are SUPPLIED WITH WATER from
LARGE lEON RE.ERVOIRS tn the attic. The grounds
are elegantly laid out wilth valhuable setbs, flowers aend orte
mettal streets, with grape vlnes of molt stuperir quality. The
whole forming a deghtful tre!dente.
eelS Splm B. RODRIGUES.
*0END . r. S. Part:'
i} , o .ONJ 17 uE FT SoP.
. THIRD. ....... .......K T dr
RONER ...........................r. i. D. Beath.
DISTRICT0 AI CORT .....T O. O i. BatOd.
CLERERSKP4X.URTR, .
CLERK FIRST DIST. COURT-N. 'ITepegpter.
SR0OND .. sP.S. Wilts.
THIRD .. Bt. Toletfahe.
FOURTH .. n
FIFTH
SIXTu .. aae N. PhUltpe.
STATE TAX COLLECTORS.
SECOND J.. o. Hernandes.
THIRD V. St. Crean.
FOURTH
AGIEIRS. .......... Hypoilte Fortier.
STATE ASSESSORS.
FIRST DISTRICT-F. P. Trinehard.
800OND .. R. D. Hubbard.
THIRD . T. A. Bulet.
FOURTH J. A. Watklns.
ALGIERR8............ B. e . Chilsholm.
JUSTICES OF THE PR&Cr.
FIRST JUSTICE-A. B. Brlee.
SECOOD .. DU.F. Mltchell
THIRD .. A. Eaueler.
FOURTH .. B. Morel.
FIFTH .. A. Dufquereroa.
SIXTH . A. FortUler.
bEVENTH .. J.bA. Barrett.
CONSTABLES.
FIRST JUSTICE COURT-J. H, Ioughton.
SECOND .. .. W. H.Waters.
THIRD .. .. amul. Hamilton.
FOURTH .. .. Octave Calongne.
FIFTH .. .. Louis PoWer.
SIXTH .. C. V. lBsnard.
SRVENTH .. .. F.L.*Newland.
solo iptf
To addverttsera.
A. B. STRAWBRIDGE & CO.,
-AGENS roen A T1as-
3lB? .i.RLAT1 NIEWSPAPEIS
-Ia thlb.
SOUTH-WEST,
Refepetlly Inform thboe who wish t make their buldaee
knows throughout the eountry
CHEAPLY AND SURELY,
thabt they w prepared to make contrac for advertLkmeont oa
t lengths and for oy length of tmhe, on the mot liberal tem.
SL tsl of their p.pers cao be had st sy time by applyinh
at thir oeio.
eel ptr No. 22 COMMERCIAL PLACE.
J.ew Style French and Foretgn
DRY GOODS.
OPENING OF Aso PACKAGES
-or
CHOICE GOODS FOR FALL SEASON.
Just laded by the latest arrials from Eroe, and per hlps
Rogert Stewart from Havre, d Sra E. Pettgew from
Livepool.
Smples of the above will be exhlblted to tlly and aunty
puahses, by J. LEVOIS,
e14 ,10t sod Baaboon teeat. sear Ceael. o. stair.
.ew Business.
LAZARE & LEVASSEUR"
None. and 10 Chartres Street,
-Having removed their splendid
STOCK OF FANCY AND FAMILY DRY GOODS,
-To un-
WEST BROADWAY
CHEAP DRY GOODS STORE,
CORNIE OF COTDRA AND d CARONDarT sTurns.,
Have opened at their OLD STAND. Nos. 8 and 10 Chartree
,treCt, the largest and meet complete sment of
CLOTHS. CASSIMERES. VESTING.
BEAVERS AND PILOT CLOTHS,
MERINO. FRENCH, and
ATTAKAPAS COTTONADES,
And hI fact, the bat choice o
TAILORING GOODS,
vrer before ofered In ths city.
W-TheyC repecfy slly olicit call fron the public.
LAZARE A LEVASSEUR,
meI BlP 8 and 10 Chantr e t.
Bundries ! Sundries II
WHITE LEAD--~0,00 l.. pure Union brand.
LINSEED OIL-100 bbl. Bolled and Rw--best qlllity.
COPPER-10T cueC BOs iers'-10 to14 T s.
ROOFING TI N-lt bo.la Leadd Pl".o-I. C. and I. 1.
ANILLA ROPE -l coi llI thred to Inch.
TARRED CORDAGE-l00t colls esIEa Bolt Rope, Mariln,
etc.
FOUR-BUSHEL BAGS-t00 bola foCottonSed andBran.
DUCK-lIl bolts Woodboy A Pilot, for Cle by
SMITH. COOPER & STEBBIBS,
oul Iplm 71 TCrboopitouloe tool.
0J. B.or. K. e. G. sNreoT.r
Huffy J Co.,
0D........C.........CANAL STREET...................80
We are nor pepurd to do al the
WATCH, CLOCKAND JEWELRY WORA
THAT MAY BE ENTRUSTED TO US,
-With
NEATNESS AND DISPATCH.
From the old CoComersa oT EIor Hn'ty and be frdiends o
J. B. G. Kenedy we repectloly olicit a share of their
pCatrOnge.
Our sock of FINE WATCHES, CLOCES,
Jewelry and Fancy Articles,
lwll arrive in a few dJ.e, when we will tke plemure In show.
lng them to our customerS.
Whbleole and Retail Country Merchants will plese gie ue
a call.
BBRUSHES, COMBS and
TOILET ARTICLES, PERFUMERY, eto.
80 Canal Ctree,
aud ltf One door from Chartre, towards the river.
Sloat # Co.'s Improved
SEWING MACHINES
MAKE THE STICH ALIKE ON BOTH SIDES.
Prlce,-from $o65 to $90.
S"Sale -raom No. 28 Camp street.
M. S. HEDRICK,
Agent for Louisiana, Mislsssippi and Texsu.
Agoent wanCd. ·0ll 2plmAW
IF'. 4e. W~'son,
--nam= IN
FINE WATCHES, JEWELRY,
BILVERWARE, CUTLERY,
GUNS. FANCY GOODS.
o., ,eo., eC..
oS Stlf No. 88 Canal t reet.
For Rent.
SIX ROOMS,
-0.
-On
SECOND AND THIRD FLOOR
" STORY BUILDING,"
Corner of Camp and Common streets.
Apply to
ellO 2ttf ALFRED MUNROE & CO.
Brun' Brother A Beaver,
44.................WARREN STREET................44
NEW YORK.
-Inventors Ofthte
CELEBRATED OVYAL EYE COTTON HOES.
IMPROVED PATTERN CANE KNIVJtO.
R. P. BRUFF'S AXES.
ESThe Jobbing trade applled by the peokage.
WA heavy steek of HARDWARE. CUTLERY, GUNS.
eto., eonetantly on had. JiM 2ply
Cabinet .Wakers'
UPHOLSTERS' MATERIALS
Of Every Description.
Gilt Comrniea, Hair Cloth, Shad, Culed Hair., EnscDmd
Cloth. Ceretin eood. Cord and Taosel, Vanish, Gihmpsad
lngae., Sprlnga, Bttome and Twine, Glue, Plcked and om
mo Meo, Cempheee and AoImbol, Bunmog FPlid, Pents sd
Ois, Wull Papw, oeo., at the LOWEST O.UHPRIOCB.y,
HEATH & C0.0
Sle NoS. .m Detrea,
Southern Oit Ctompany.
FIPTY SHARES of this valuabei Stock for sale. Apply
to H., at thei oE.e, self pit
-Ant DRAW. A8.
WI)lmbton, Dlanwaw., ,ar augut a O..
WOOD. EDDY ! 00.'B
siwoim muoiuP~a writut
SPLENDID SCHEME FOR bCTOBER t
Capital Fe n, O$0000.
WOOD, EDDY k CO..
DELAWARE. GEORGIA, KENTUCKY AND 11800131
TATO LO*TYX IUNRfI
ho foll~wIng N0,o wll o drnMw b) WOOD. IDRY
a 00., Eonoguo of tbofpeu AeOd.ney Lotte of geqlot.
beech of their Sigle Kabohe Lottlwsur OCTOBER, 11S.,
'In iblbo~mfhI~nwn
Olon 0 Draw LO.rdn, October I, IfS.
Cluan 41Dmwornndny Olob.,i8, 180..
01-oil*. 0 D. .no . Ocoobe21, 1910.
CluBt 44 Dn.O.Sa lu,, Otohon 1%,us.
MORE THAN ONE P371* NO ENEMY NlE ffohnir .
Tb. followilnglsweb 9ohemO will bo dow.
EACH SATURDAY IN OCTOBER 1
scheme.
Iro eR ..........SR It................ .....0~a*
1 ............. 90.09 is.............,........... UII
1 .. ........... 10.0 1 n..............,...... . w101
1 .. ....,....... 5500 t........................ 0,1
1 .. ........... 4.000 ......................... 4 0
1 .. .......... O. 0 ........b.......... .
1 ............. 01 w...................K.. 1.05
10 .l.......... I CI w ............. 9
11 . ........... 110 w..................... l'il//
l10 . ......................8utO
APPRO~mAEidN 3E138.
t pliaced8 ...e. mnua KS .K.pre..leou,.... 1.0/
aipbKof KOppwelaungo 00. 0 1.15
4prudoo A R6onpbo.nlmne lO.0O0trwlren.. 1*1
Spnloof R0prooppminb tilgle dI0 oto., 1
4 pdamof 00pproxln~tlog N *o0IrW ",, .
4,,l5.eed So .ppuroblMt. N S.00peIcnu,.... K1
4010.e01 lIIn0b1iildnWb.80 1.900 prmes.... Ku
IiNoneof Ku.................................us,.u
S 19iprbamenntl.10o ............. ............b...NOM
WholTickeoNs. $l1;Hlnl.o... 01 Qne.,Sn.gn
0:A Cinlurowlghowlb the PLn 5r tb. Loneoejte wi ho
Nmd to nnna denws of ree..1,ln It.
I0SPeNr t UfOw11Lhdermtlod bylhilootiglneOft9
lumhoLbuldrenwn Ito 5.000 pe... Fon o.*hi l If K
.mbhdmnwlng th W00 KuKieto*ende with N. 1.1ho01.8 s.
·rrnokobwb~hUOQoho . 10 iwu~ldllb~(. oeiloK.
bneUhonnnwith No. i. tb.. olllbollobtinkbt.1hob
er .delIn wlll ue.Sledo 010, and .ontoe 5,
CinOOMO/. Po o 10 Wholn·lekoN...........K
.. 10 11u .. ............K
U Quarton. ............ 1
10 Eg s. .........i t *
10N ORNDEEIEG TiIOKTU OR OEETIPIOAWEM.
h rlee 19.Moneio..u ndMn fafr lbohe uo.ieyr. e,
reeepºOfwufeb tbywll beforw by &m.ete.
Pu,1,u, em.. havo Slkoi ending boooyflhwenhog ow3
Yb.Ilnlof daw, Eurbu. ad PeONrwUI bel ho51 N M
soNwee Imdlan Nlyoft..o drewIng.
KPuabae.erewllb I.I... wrlbt Oholer .ignn.N. Pioe
/1p tholeir .OEfio. CountymAnd IsS.N.
WAl lb. e neat rqueolt of many of our Souther, and
Solh-W.,ter Corrrepodondn, wn har. boe. lnlnrnd tIn ope
in Ofcie in Now Orl0.., wbher order, for Tlrhnt. enn ho
fihiof.
Ord.er will be promptly attonded to, If oddrn..d to
G. T. HOWARD,
Bon 101 H, oO)So.. New Orleeno. La.. o
WOODP EDDY & 0O.,
0014 IPAW Aegao.Gu..05!5
Boots, Shoes and Bregans,
AT WHOLESALE.
Plaotaton supplid with prime Dithcig BOOtS, Rnee
.OGANS. Wool, Mes. onPam boa.atraw and Ompeap
HATS., t .the lweu mak polr., by
P1RO3 00.,,
INo. 10 MNed. str"ue New Odiems
HA.T. CAPS, ete.!
AT WHOLESALE.
We e notsntily eoedrvn a sourel esust of lk a
Fon, aSon,, P , Leghorn. Stw, hnm Leed. Mees
g-d Wool HATS, at the loweL market prlo by
FROST & CO.,
Wl 355W IOd.., .mb
E. e. Tyler,
110 CANAL ST ........................NEW ORLEAN
-Dealer in
FINE WATCHES; CLOCKS.
J "a W e. z R I,
SILVER AND PLATED WARE.
-Maoufacturn to Order
Sllvelemrare and Jewelry.
DIAMONDB RESET, WATCHES, CLOCWKSmd JWEM.rI
a .r ina . JOB
.lorrea's Restaurant,
1!1 CANAL STREET.
b- r. tated .ud put t- osaplh orda sd ea.0 . mUeh s
mde oM t gsu raoatoa or petrsuo, A 1el m9 s1ll 0.48ldW
de the m.oarket asoL
Thepu lmo ny rest tum td ott ongh wl l be lehd .e1.5
m oapat to moa.lnOthe roepnputithat "K 'HOAU 5 M
lthmeo smntinoed-thet of belg o. of the bet bReram
bhe Unoted Stat.
BRODEB & MOOLIN,
Proprletors "us' so ,
1? Spit No. 17 Coasl .tead
WAaU Paper WI~alt Paper!
BAUMBACH & EVERS,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRALMEa I
Preneh and Amerlean Paper Ranglmn e.
BORDERS. CORNERS, OAKS AND
MARBLES., In Over y .i-.
U OHARTRES STREET. -B
lPartEosrttsmtlon oad to all work In Idr h.a. e..M
Beldesn a Eames,
FREDERICK BELDEN.....................D. W. RA]LI.
(SBucceors to S. E. Gramta A Co.)
HrPo. s0 MHaEa irdX5I " .,
CORNER ORAVIER. NEW ORLEANS,
IMPORTERS, MAJNUFACTURERS,
-Wholesale and Retil Dealeniln
SOFT FUR, EILK, AND WOOL HATS.
MZSSIOS' .BFOOM .zbS,
LADIES' BONNETS AND STRAW GOODS,
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
Caps, Umbrellas, etc., etc.
-Ma-factoy .No. 69 Broadway, N.Y. Jo lle Ma
W"nRes, Ltquors, etc.,
NOB. 13 AND 15 ROYAL BTREET.
'A supply of OREME DE BOUZY CHAMPAGN, in qam
nd pint, continually on hand, which is equal t the b0m t
comatothlis markelt. Al.o, other brands of Inferl? qua3tt.
TOPAZ SHERRY, OABINET SHERRY, SIERRA S.Rl
BY, GOLDEN SHERRY, DUFF CORDON SHERRY, AN.
OHOR SHERRY, SPARKIING Snd STILL HOCK, Old .s5
Plusne PORT WINE, MADEIRA and SHERRY WINS.
BRANDIEIS-Sues, of the vintage of 176, 1798 nd 1505,
and other brnds. WHISKY, ofalldeoeoptlo--sootoh, Iish,
Ey.ondBourbon. ALE adPORTERln pltnts and guen
AIsoon hnd. my usual asortment of the bet
Wines and LIquors
In the makd, whioh will mb sold on a r.euorble terHms e7
ther housn the Cty. SEWELL T. TAYLOR,
d7 ly No. 13 nd 15 Royal ty.
Te Easatern Cltarieo,
PAULDING, MISS.,
I. B. ADAMS .............................EDI.0 .
A WEEKIY NEWSPAPER,haing tbeholosgmtotroulm
of anyoountryNewmpoper In the Soeth,tIs verympetj
offred u anadvertltsgmedim totthe Meorohontef NewO s
Agenut for Now Orlen :
A. B. STRAWBRIDGE & CO.,
o10 bpt Ne. 123 Commotre Plo. -
Cigars ! Cigars .
ob0.0m wM silwalm Sod n0 stom n uasmsnet a be
well-moknm brands--omouldd, Plom de PoJ0&ojotldte...
Forde Paoeo, Redowo, CObarg, Portag, KnowfSomble o
W.fltooo, Do. Hroms..., Mo H.bs o , .~, a ., eSps,
P. PRATB & CO.,
3 Sp0t 93 OCmmerI Plae,
Jamnes B. Thompson,
MERRHANT TAILOR,
eo. al BROADWAY, (o.e COanl seetr.) NWV TO'RE
DENTIST, .
Hvi aog mmd bhi p ,ct.ic, wil ottemd tao paoim
gaemamot Ls dooco., No. 117 CANAL SlRIST, Rinosft s *

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