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4 OILS POR,-LL BEAbON.
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e fair.a4Sra FttLrswfr om
the tbem, wil he exhibute to cttp sod oeutory
J. LVOIS,
S tboo stra, pat. Cual, cep eites.
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peopte pledge thetr Ittwelor a thtog they mtst to
et mall tetottti. Wetpaoak oe.e we know.
e il40rt o rp orbproet to Stthti ti
'othteha ttmawall anthenmehsrenc wo de
what we kIoe to he lteo~etuI to ,utehtd-seth to
pIl 1[3iAL iPAR E tAOTO that wopadge
,to. rltloet.l+teros, ituo bie ·Ilate'and pteo-aappeaq.
Sd w knowthatItteoaro Plsgaiett Bhere, Is
'W4 ` Oats, Weueds, Osuls, aiurduts KaoEdptesu,
grapp #reepitrew. to atrgtle omk14 , Srplo. eptd Read.o, Caote, ste ,e ad
agiipkba.ttl a osmolaoatt cofe.
it , wholly aod, ttely. to the wtetd. It
atweesAlt idi4p etoitetohkal ttat hand, tad
$" GICO PALS IXIBACtOD.
. 4shees. whetmheaetrd s, by
~ J.WIKQBT.-& CO.,
Mor.Ua~ wt141 Gertt.shet
' ;tee &stb theta Slats tad to whom erl o
"ate; 00 M AND CURE.
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: . l I Zaia.lne treet.
''ats.aet omal aLt., Nem OWleaes.
.t Card.
TEX DANGER OF USING IRON COTTON TIES.
Wo,. th tela d , dao rby aettfy tihmt the 2th to.I
e trope bedrithe Dhlp RdMedw , and wielledat abale of
ot. b.teaIdt ti mbasod,take fir by comtea in contact with
labi.t emoblmp.C the main lhatawy of mad viest. Toe
bawemMltd o the eaMlaeg, awd fella dinlet of about 4)
Bet b.e m nlig n mntat with the'trea, td weas on m e
wbmaila re.edtheceetllhtt the holdoaf thi.emL ald ship
ime illy lade , aedlhant abot balm. abtod. Hid It
e tbeen ot i'perompt exmwll of the tevedorm and his men,
rh eel .nde we lda had tbevlsbi y been burnt up, or
As totu tetthabout, weahave.n heeladlon lt sat-h
.ine that lte tl tn will take ftie when thrown lalnt Iron
or n, l bad a abiataee, Medihltte i armely dangearoa
uhleltlhadlingad umtlading It on vesels.
W. J. PHILBROOK,
.Materaor thbp Redwood.
GEO. S. BARTLETT,
Ship Neptune.
JOHN C. PHILIUPS,
Foremae.
at Gard.
IRON COTTON TIES.
em. Bnas-In yer thi moroag's taw a aed sa.
pt., hededTeDine of Uiisn Iron otton T"t," signed
by two ver repeobe ah bl.dostrw accompanied by the
same of uegetBlaemaB.
TI, teaeted.thatt theisrmwatheeause ftheaeffoaud
itheeaad produeedathe asme ae s. td, i emply ldtTno
Nslom. Had'th tltelae'.! produed even by eetllag On ire with
teealt, Ba'a-;.iltw:., l ludmioelh .eaa nlmaltlad Itsel as coan
ta'fead by tiaers ntllet't. Th efit that ta Iron was the
a i aiiaeed, I edpta, la dlnlo. I will fabelnh iat
leikeitaeld.li lh.oaM a Iso Idoe o put down the neof
Ieeo Tit aed ierybale of cotteln that they will sait oneaie
mVbtiai k (tmteteto ae nothag of Itron aglhlt on) will
ta them a preiat'on, as some remuneration for the gret
tiher l memo i . o Bitee ifoudlIan thebalotheo geatlematon
"al-ee ala actattae a, ot,w il new raudlly be ne.
.Minted tr, thl.n tltfl amm of Bre smoatr Catton, and
asea lbat leim.h leise t1pitlvely piohhltd, and whilo, it 1
am righteylat.lefrmel, vllat the tineerace policies on those
pemN., IfIllowed hbtntheir mall. I refr tm the praotio
a emot ,; eiher elgsa or the pipe. Who he noat aen the
drnymlrt, ael loaidlg his dray, delitbeately light his pipe or
lga, and proceed tol ejoy hlmeif, untl his supply wm ex
heedi If the pipe. to gt rid oathe Mh.., be deliberately
'ap. ponthe bnd r oe, al thoen retl hard Ibanm , lan
IdgeLemtheeI ltbike a uteoaef thue ees. I apptel to
b'thed nea.of the ommunnty if the ohean tht ehredflom
,Etean hndred. odgm ee-half of whtich ae in full blue, at
lst .m.e portin of the time, It not ma liel to be the
.maet bee the One aeteLd.
fetitme. this Is apparently your last aegument igalest
SIn, bt yt mat e me foreible ad meaonble a e to
m lastthe Plantee, and they mat the one to when
seatI appeat.
Respectfully.
P. BELOHER,
30 A tgeti lameda Ieso e i..
RBensmuyseu,. Lewis U Co.,
"116.............. CAon Smr ..............116
e othaetllynlahor the Le that thrhe M re in redlpt oD
.eat the MOT CHOIC0o sad DESIRABLE BTOCKB of
SuVERl OFFERED IN THIS OITY,
--ompei g
STELI.A SHAWLS,
CHENILLB SHAWLS.
BAY STATh SHAWLS,
SCOTCH SHAWLS.
SFRiENCR BAWLS.
TRIBET BSAWLS,
GI*ESB TRAVELIEG SHAWLS.
BiNTRUYSETl , LEWIS ' CO.,
' iS t im. ,, , 11 Ctana shteet.
wm'. qp1t at margrtabmsnt
EVERY DEBGBIP1ION
$5' 1ZW l .' O'O D s
Which we ofer Pa
EXTREMELY LOW P iC E,
F r Cuh or Appro ed City Accotanow.
BEHNTRUTEN, LEWIS & CO.,
e. S Ip 116 Can sreehut.
Jus Opened,
Pa STEANSHIP PHILADELPHIA.
LADIlu AND MISSES' COURYOIBIER KID GLOVES.
BILK, KID, BUCK AND LISLE GAUNTLETS.
ERBROIDERED LACE AND MUSLIN CURTAINS.1
WOBSTED AND COTTON DAMASEKS.
SLOKE AND WOOL DAMAuKS.
BENTHUYBSN, LEWIS & CO.,
4e 16 COwlrtreet.
Black sake !'
BLACK SILKS I
BLACK BILKS I
A LARGE ASSORTMENT, JUST RECEIVED.
-At
Unusalln ILow Pri0es1
BENTRUYSEN, LEWIS & CO.,
SSt 116 a al estreet.
Cause and Effect.
CAUSE. EFFECT.
Imbecltty.
T OUT H! Dera tU.on of the Oreans
And It Lo.r of emory.
Lose of oftfml teUolo.
Debility.
INDISCRET IONS. itn tter Protration of the
whole Nerroos Osylet.
To recover from wh'eh ethreo ONLY ONE altrre left.
Take
WRIGHT'S
RE.JWUENATINGI ELIXIR.
For sal in NewlOrlua. wholesale anod.retl, by
J. WRIGHT a CO.,
21 and 161 Chartree street,
80 ASstod&ItW Sole Proprletos.
2b Ceountry .Jerchants.
We rapeltulily call the attentron of buyer Ito our exutrieo
arortmmt of
TRAVELING APPA.ATUS
-Co prailog
EVERY STYLE AND VARIETY
RUNES, CARPET-BSAGS,
VALISES, INDIA-RUBBER COATS,
CLOAKS, LEGGINS, HATS,
LIPI.PRESRLE RS. DOOR MATS,
OIL COATS, OLOAKS, PANTS and HATS.
(By the dose or oL.)
The as amed averl eopedor artiel for Plante on .e.
Waem sep ly the markehat
, A t eml ll Adaetnee on Northern PrlheSl
apyo" of ar .gol .ro mokW"coreto Now Orleas., ded
rm mne lrloon alpomermo be filled with proept.
S-.aeeahodp. REYNOLDS & 00.,
Nm r3segasie dereet.
'is f . lRl J aR ATI ONS,
Pw Lamber s $*eo reIM itittleof Adtolexsoveer Bys.
.r w BPt 4IUDINE 1r ARATIOES, fr Paltld
SEN R IN1 EFA RWPANATE Hs. fet Palg
**,.++ til'taasalate. s. ,.
9 ey.is I ºl twon ,whosmuend re ta., y
SJ. WRIGHT A CO.,
10H stad 151 Cbrla eucrant.,
o6 nONe oA1 l0OY)A STREET.
-or
The maderaslgo bgt to infbrm the publiE and their cus
tome. to peraml that they hbve reolved their large steck of
FAICY AlD STAPLE DRY GOODS,
from FRANCE. ENGLAND and the NORTH, eonmlsttng of
100 ORISAILLB ENGLISH BAREGE ROBES, Two Jups,
whIoh they will cel very low.
Baerg oldll.e. Mon·slli e Choine,
. .. Ml, .. Mandarlnes
.. .. Pomlle, Challl,
. . Jopu. Ltmartlon .
All the ahbo. goodl are of the ey LATEST STYLES.
Plala Bla . 80ks,a
Black Poolt de Solo
Colored Podlt do Sole.
Black Goode Naples,
Colored Gol de Neples,
Black Gro do Rhi.
Colored Gro do RMa; Moire Antoque.
4.4 and 64 Black Gres do Naples.
Checkd Taflet Silok.
Grlillle
Neapolita Silks.
1T.au de Chine.
RICH COLORED BILK ROBRS-Latest Patterne.
Popllas.
Plain ord Flmured Mmdfan de Lbar,.
Foech and English Merno..
Cabmshme d'Hcoeae.
Doabo Skirt Moeln de LolJeL
.. .. Plgured COhme
Orlsalule of Every Deseilption.
For TRAVELING DRESSES.
PFRNCH AND ENGLISH CALT008,'
GROS ODIER NEWPRINTS,
TAFFETA CAMBRICS.
EIMfBROIDERIES.
JACKONET EMBROIDERED BANDS.
Muoli.
mall
Edlgige and lomdrlig; Flonaolaoo;
E ombroaded Linen Csmbreo Hendkeh.ofr! e;
Embodeed Callan and Sets: I
GOlpnre, Vy telnne, Hoaton Collars ad EandkLr foes;
Emohbrldored Lae and lmusll Curtaolo
Bakld Woole Damask.L
Wool ad Coton Damtk a
IedloPesoPloas; ParnotiekMCllo .
Englilas, French and German Hosiery.
dLe' Cotton Ad Bilk H..;
Gents' .. and Faey Haf Hoe ;
Boys'
Ldlee' Merino, ihk and Cotton ests ;
Gente' .. .. Dawen.;
Bleached and Brown Domstic. , SheetUop and Shirtio.;
Biankts ; Kentucky Jcn ;
COadmerra l
Cloth ad Cottonedl ;
bLadi snd Sti t aUtllng the city wouldAnd i to
their Intorettotgroe an all.
TO PLANTERS.
We are lo ery wll upplied wth PLANTATION DRY
GOODS, aoch s
BLANKETS.
KERSIKYS,
LINSEYT,
OSNABURGS,
LOWLt.s,
RANDOLPH CHECKS, LO
GEORGIA PLAINS.
GRAY BLANKETS,
WHITE BLANKETS,
BLEACHED AND BROWN DOMESTICS.
WA callm r epotlfdly soliltd hby ths unaodersgad.
U. LAROUSSINI & CO.,
504 Corner Bar..e sod Poydrs.
Clothing. Clothing.
The shabcrbedm 1ha, ree nied, by late arrleol, fall as l
plee of-
FASRIONABLE
-Aud
FURNISHING GOODS.
othsr with an oenmadi supply
-or
ATIO CLOTHUCNG,
FOa MEN AND WOMEN.
Hats, Blanlkets and Soeks.
A lgego acd 0all s0.11 st. k f.or the Wholea Tade
aloo which e oIhoyer 11
LOWESt MARKEP BrATES
N. 0. FOLGER & SON,
31 a 1nd Magssie trtst,
o coeer Grveter street.
singer's
SEWING MACHINES.
REDUCTION IN PRICES II
SINGER'S No. 2, OR 18 INCH MACHINE,
18 INBDUCID IN PRICE
2M.Oo .
AND THE No. 1 MACHINE
I*22 0 t
WALTER BENNETT, Agent,
01 2pSt No. II Camp street.
.1'otice.
ALFRED MUNROE & CO.
Wil poetpone the openig of their tw store,
dTORT BUIViaIGlQI.
i econsequence of the unoatihed stale of palntln-. In the
measimae they will supply their farieds and the publio with a
fine stock of GENTLEMEN'S OLOTHING AND FURNISH.
ING GOODS at their old depot, No. 34 Magazine street Should
any of their friends requlire
BOYS' CLOTHING,
thy will accommoate hem at their Nw Stif thetr New Store. ity will
put up with the little incoveniences. ctl 2ptf
Water : Water ?
CLEAR, PURE WATER!!
The subesriber it now preprutd to furnish the public with
IIYDRAULIC BSELF-CLEANING
FILTER,
withcaspaetytoftnleh from FIVE GALLONS to ONE HUN
DRED THOUSAND PER DAY I
This Mlter is tulike all other Flters, c it never gets foel.
It adpted to all purpose where Herien is requied.
For reerenee-St. Charles and St. Loees Hotel. Carroliton
Railreod Company, LoUitisan SUga r elsety, Dr. Nerie's,
Ossl street, nod othere now in ue.
N. F. RICE,
e3 lom New Orltese.
IWeersceaeum Pipes.
A feesh lvoiae of GENIUINE EERSCHAUM PIPES,
LION & PINSARD,
54 and H Royal street,
e btf orer of Blenrille.
.Dr. T. ea tiouS,
DENTIST.
Itoorse his eatieats of his eturn, and that he will ontilnne
the preeatce of his prIefelon, with the improvements, st his
o seeAnd ~dloe,
on Sphte No. IS BARONNE STREET.
Cravats r Craals
1Pus4 neesived. s heciifsta eutete oef FALL sad WIN
LION & PINSARD,
St and 36 Royal street,
48 Spt oorer of Benveille.
NEW AND ELEGANT SILKS,
FROM THE RECENT
Large Aumeton ales In New York,
omlriaing the MOST COMPLETE ASSORTMENT of
Uples and Colts tBo
RIOC PARIS SILK BOBES-Twe and Four lones. abd
Dooble Jbop.
SUPERB BROCADED SILK ROBES-DoubIe J0pe, GOed.
outeld, Two and Poour Floocw, et.
P LAIN TAFFETA AND POULT DE 801E SILKS.
P LAIN, FA NOY AND CHECK FOULARDS.
RICH PLAIN AND FANCY IRISH POPLINS.
SWith a very large asortment of all the
CELEBRATED MAKES
-IN(
Plain Black and FIgured Silks,
All of which will be told Ully THIRTY PER C.NT. Ion
then usual pries.
FANCY DREES GOODS,
CLOAKS, SHAWLS,
LACES, EMBROIDERIES, ete.
MILL.INERY.
Now on exhibitloo, a very cholee llne of MILLINERY
GOODS, embraolog all the NEW PARIS FASHIONS, In
LADIES' BONNETS,
MISSES' AND
CHILDREN'S HATS,
FLOWERS, FEATHERS,
RIBBONS, etc., ete.
Toewhieh Inspection I ruepaetfully solicited.
JOHN TODD,
o0I st Noe. 12 and 14 OChartres street.
School Boo. hooooks. SchooLBooks.
The attention of [Country Meroebnt,. Teachers and other,.
is respectflly called to our eargs and unequaled maorlment
SCHOOL BOOKS,
--Comprineg
HISTORY. Modern and Anolent,
GEOGRAPHIE,
GRAMMARS,
FEILERS and
READERS,
ITHMETICS and
MATHEMATICAL WORKS,
WORKS ON LOGIC,
ELOCUTION and Rhetoric.
Diceonare, CopyBcoks,, Slotes, Globe, chool-Paer, ett
-Aloe
--AIO-
FRENCH SCHOOL BOOKS,
And a full supply of
GREEK AND LATIN CLASSICS.
For sale at Publshers' prlcet. Call and examline
BLOOMFIELD & STEEL,
ost General Statlonu , 6 Camp at.
.1Yea Carpeting.
J. D.. IDAMERON & CO.,
124 Canal Street,
Have received a lar ge ad choice aeortment of Enllsh Vel
vet and Topaotry Carpeting. of te oelebrated manufclture of
COale] A' 8ono, and other.
BIGELOW BRUSSELS and WILTONS-new patterns.
THREE-PLY AND INGRAINS, of the bat makers.
RUGS, BAIZES. DOOR MATS, leta
Curtain Materlial.
We woold aedl attenton to the extorlive astok of all d.uedp
tmon of Breoetlle, Satin doe Llom asd Worsted Curtain Mate
rial; Lace and Muolln CMarel; Table and Piano Corve; Cords;
Thimmnlag, ole.
WIndow Shades and Cornlces.
In thls brac of our business grst paelm is taken to gat up
the nowest styl., and our stock ba no superior.
OIL CLOTHS-S feet to 24 fat wide of choice quality anod
w pltens. os Ipdt
Dobhear
COMMERCIAL COLLEGE,
Corner Camp and Comhcon sts.,
(STORY BUILDING,)1
Is in full operation. Youn enotemen who wish good situa.
ones, shold remember that QUALIFICATION alway moeuroe
potilon. Thee arce apalmeoao and Profe* forw
BOOK-KEEPING, PENMANSHIP,
MATHEMATICS,
FRENCH, SPANISH,
GERMAN, ENGLISH, sle.,
so o t perons at one for busles. Lades edgOand nlea
re Invited to sit the Collee and judge for themselve.
os 1pS15 RUFUS DOLBEAR.
Important .rotice
-To
SUGAR PLANTERS.
The very liberal petroog of which I bave been the honored
reelptent, at the Suogr Planters, hand, for my
BI-SELPITEB OF LIME,
has stimulated me to ftrther sforls to expand the ara of my
basinene.
The extent, dimeMdooe, and perfsetibility of the machinery
employed at my Works, the quantity and qulity of the mate
rals on hand, the economy and facility of labor which I have
lately Introduced there-the determinadton I have takeo this
year to devote all my time, attention and nergy to the l Ite.
riet maaagemeot, all cmblned, place me the poettlon of
being able to supply ANY QUANTITY of Bi-Sulphlte of Lime
that may hq required for the consumptlio of the State, and of
LOWERING THE PRICE
THIS INVALUABLE CHEMICAL AGENT,
ONtE DOLLAR PER BARBRELI
I shall, therefore, from this date to the end of the season, sell
my BI-Sulphite of Lime, or 9 to 10 degrees Beumo, at
FIVB DOLLARS PER BARREL.
FREE OF DRAYAGE.
All orders ddresed to me, or to my gents hern, Memn.
AUGUSTIN & THIBAUT, No.7 Front Levee street, wilt re
ceive prompt attention, and I would respctfully invite old and
new oustomers to send in their orders erly.
ULGEB LAUVE,
Proprietor and Manager of the Carondelet Reinery,
sel 2potf and Bi.Sulphite of Lime Works of New Orleanes.
Spectacles.
Call and ee our latest PATENT SPECS, Just arrived, and
well adapted for LADIES, in Gold snd Oliver Frames. corner
Camp ad Canal setres.
solO 10pt G. W. GREGOR & CO.
Dr. Beard's
EYE INFIRMARY,
No. 35 Lafayette (late Hevla) street,
Between Beronne and Carondelet,
NEw ORLUANS, LA.
This Institution Is open for the reoeptlon of persons affeted
with DISEASES OF THE EYE.
The Building I new--the Rooms large and airy. Every
attention will be paid to the comfort of patients.
SW Wards devoted to the treatment of Slave1 with EYE
AFFECTIONS.
a A competent Physician resides In the house.
TERMSB:
Whites, from .....................2 Wl lo ll per day.
Negroes .................... $1 00
W-Operations charged extra. toll IpyAW
To Country Jlerchants.
BAYNE'S WHOLESALE SHOE WAREHOUSE,
No. 38 magazine Street.
A LARGE STOCK
On Liberal TermS. 028 2pbom
Splendid French .Furniture
--xAnirAcruRED a
P. MALLARD,
67 Royal Street and 80 Blenvtlle Street.
LARGE ASSORTMENT
-or
House-Furnishing and Artistic Articles.
He would rpeeopetflUy Inform the public that he hbu ust at
ried from Putars wth the irst choice of Goods ever seleeted in
Europe, for this market-which, for heauty, teatefulnm and
rlhoes, cmanot be excelled by my hose t America. Among
other things to which he would Ivlte speclal attenton, are
Mgetlenot Parlor and Bedroom t ets of Furniture, EBose
weod and Yshegony ; Inlaid Buhl, Papter Mashe, and Old Oak
Dotna.-rmmo.,Hdl and LthbrrySets.
PINE CURTAIN BSTUFFS--.ointleg of Lampeasde,
Berocad., Dama.k, sato, .lk, Enbrmidersd Bobinett and
I MI le, and a luge assortment of TRIMMINGS for UPHOL
STERY, such as Tassels, Loops, Frtoges, ordse. Cornices,
Band and Hooks. Also, Rnglsh TapeStry and Brussels aro
petlnegand Ros; Fraecho and Amearoe Wtidow Shades, Rat
tle, etc,; Mirorof oi a lsm; Glded Woods for Frames and
Cot.lees; Browo and Paoeetal locks, and Chkndettteac for
Oa sad Oi; aneoy VYea, Toilet and Waesta.ad Sets, Cut
GlNce. Ohin Dining ad Tsa Sets-al of which will hbe sold
at tha lowet pridoeae o to prevent all compettton with any
hoee in the Unted States. P.MALL
P. Royal street ALL r.,
seet Ilom o Roysl etreet and 80 Bfltelfe etreet.
oppoataow-hatb f1$c#r
FOR GOVERNOR,
THOM. J. WELLS. of tapldes.
FOR LIEUTENANT-GOYERNOR,
Hon. JOHN RAYs of Ouaehita.
FOR ATTORNEY-GSNERAL,
THOe. J. DURANT, of Orleans.
NOR AUDITOR PUBLIC AOCOUNTS,
HIA'rPHHW WATSON, of Caddo.
FOR TREASURER,
Dr, JBHU PERERINS. of H. Baton Iouge.
FOR SECRETARY OF STATE,
Hon. E. W. BLRAIE, of Torrebonne,
FOR SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC EDUCATION,
H. H. CUNT, of Cataehonl.
FOR COMMISSIONER OF BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS,
FIRST DISTRIOT.
Dr. PHILIP TEISER, of Orleans.
self9IptdAW
.'aow Opening,
-nr
NORRIS, MAULL & CO.,
Olothiers,
CORNER CAMP AND COMMON, NEAR CITY HOTEL,
An entirely new and elegant stock orf is foashuonble
FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING,
MEN'S FURNISHING GOODS, SHIRTS, etc., embracing
ali the
New Fabreses
NOVELTIES IN STYLE.
They will s oostantly reelving, throoughout the approEach
Ing eetson, lags and valable addtldos to their uoaol UNRI
VALED ASSORTMENT.
e2O Spit NORRIS, MAULL & CO.
Wo Country .Werchants.
UDOLPHO WOLFE'S
PURE COGNAC BRANDY IN BOTTLES.
I am now supplying tb the trade with pure Cognac Brandy, in
boeles, both or medical and private use. The Immense soe
eso that he crowed my eorts to ples a pure Gin within the
reach of all, under the onme of Aromatic BShiedsm Sohaopps,
end to drive out of the market the pernicious oompands sold ao
Gin throughout the country, led many leading druggists, apoth
earis and medial me, for some years pMt, to solicit me to
puroe the sme corse in etard to the artcle of Brandy. I
should have compled with thos requaest from all qsartel
long ago, but ws deterred from It by the faet, that owng to the
exorbitant pris of Brndy in Franme, eonseqent upon the
ehertneto of the pgape p op for some ylre, there we no chasce
f my beise able to import theb hoicest Brandy, bottle it snd
sell it t moderate prie. ortntely r me, th grape crop
t he the last sod pestios yoar (and the prcu.et for thsi was
abundant, nd pries of Brandy hae fallen o the standard of
ton yars ago. The duty on Brandy s also seventy per cent.
lower, and I have now made arrsanemns with four Braody
exporters in Fsance, the igheatreote. and am regularly re
eilv:ng constiements of the beat Cog.nO Brady, whbch I am
bottling ad sellling Wolfe's GOeucis Cognao Brandy. I
garansot with my sasl, labels snd certlecate, the Brandy so
bottled by me, t , p ndulterated article, and it will be
found, when used as a medicoe, a baevrage, o a cordal,
healthlful d nvigorting. It has been a matter of ounlvenl
complaint, that a bottle of pare, l mixed French Brandy, was
very dlmnilt to obtain, and the paresher, nine time in ten,
woe deceived with a vile msanfaetured Imitation. Of all de.l
eriptIons of ardnt spirtsBra, Brdy, from its high pries, ha
been the oe artils that mixru and srllen have toaned their
attention to, and mllftns of gSllone of the socalled French
Brandy have been seattrerd annually through the land, and
have hbew the primary cao of murders, suicides, emruelties
snd rimes, and have sot thouands to an erly grave, aef.
destroye, from delilaum tremsns, mnst-a-pots aed horrors,
names hkoosw until unprincipled men beoan to make ead
denntg compounds and ell it a the pure French Brandy.
The ovrten ot pure French Brady need not be told by me.
They se known throughot the world s a medicne or a mild
stiamuls t It ls, a the French eatlo poetifally name it, "Eau
dela via," the water of lie. Rat this applie to it only wh
puns and unadoltorated. Maneattoed with the feurftl lore.
dlente that make a good Imntloto, it becomes a deth drink to
Inooeant tws of thousnd o oor race. To remedy a earful
evil, I have onmeucad importing Brandy, bottling it, and
selinog it s "Wolfe's Genuine Cogns. Brondy." I am dally
retoiveng order from the drlugiets and apotheu.res in sIi
parts e the Union, to el 11t for medical prosoue.
UDOLPBO WOLFE,
No. l Beaver sreet. New York.
Agent HNsw Orleans: E. J. Hrt & Co., A. D. Odeff
co . T. Mooe Co. eEi bilm
O Card.
totr M.v Qsew.
New Orleans, September. IS.
Mr. H. Faaman--Deor 8l : I have relved from the New
Orletas Cost. FPres bout two hooded bales of cotto, bound
in yonr"new Iron te," snd think it asperior to any of the
rope-bouod cotton yet tohen in my ship. Cotoas, in your Ue,
are eompet and well sheped, stow well, and in olnsoM haveo
I see the the hoops or tites gie way ; the iron-bound cotton
stows btter tham the rope.bouon. I ake an interest In the
nmtter, ad haveo made atrial of what you sent me, and am
onvinced that cto b d In ronw yr ti, wIth yssttlet the bet
to the ship ; it doo not expad and enoblos the v.eal to cmy
mom,
I sow the eomprasng ad thibk your pag can handle the
iro.tle a re.dlyl the rop. Becommendln t totbes of all
I shpmooto , d hoping soon to me it breoght into gneoral use,
I remain yors, reepsothlly,
s20 sptt F. E. JORDAN, Master.
New OiLers, September, 1089.
H. Fumaes, EqO-Bir: A. the Stevedore of the ship May
SQuna, I had a ood opportitty of observing the dvntage of
iron.bonA d cotto. I found the motton yon snt her ln Iron ro
me ehbly well prned, better than that tin rope, uhmbtiug me to
e store, with greater ase, the same, or a greater amount, in the
sme space.
t Yor o e, being free from the obJtlesn rnl.d, that hoops wll
Sehobk and come of, will obviate all the diftculty in that re
Spat, and I am persoded will give shipmasters perfect le.
fttu. Reepeu tlly, yoms,
su Sptf JA&. H. HUCKINS.
Boots, Shoes and RMats.
We have In store ond now landing from ships Harriet, J.
Montgomery, Samuel Fales, Lady Bolangtoo, and the oteam
Ahips DSeo at d Granada,
AN EXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT
-or
BOOTS, SHOES AND HATS,
-Maktlog ol of the
Largest Stocks
EVER OFFERED IN THIS MARKET,
To which we ll attention of buyers.
Our stock 1, in part, comprised of the followilg
0,00 pairs RUSSET BROGANS, for Plantatlon ue.
10,%0 .. KIP, CALF and SEAL BROGANS.
10,0 .. KIP, CALF and THICK MUD BOOTS.
5,000 .. GRAIN, HUNTER and PLANTERS' Boots
8,000 .. LADIES', CHILDREN'S AND MISSE8'
SHOES, of every varetly.
g'For sale on lberal termsby
JOHN M. GOULD & CO.,
seel9 ptf 8 Magazine street.
Havana Cigars and Boney.
In store and landlog ex-brlg A. A. Chapmu
867,400
I WELL-SELECTED AND CHOICE CIGARS,
-ConstiUng partly of
REGALIA, MEDIA REGALIA,
CAZADORES, LONDRES,
CONOCAS, OPERAS, BREVAS,
MILLAR, etc. etc. etc.
-Of the follownlg brands
Sevllana ; Clay, Calhoun and Webster ; Cervantes ; m.
Prescott; Knoow Somethot; Wsehington ; Palma Celebrad;
NuevaEmpresa ; Sol ; Purme ; Conill; Polgdengolo i; Fixed
Star, etc., etc.
AS.0, AN IYrOICa or
VERY SUPERIOR CUBA HONEY,
For sale by
JOE. M. LABORDE,
(Suocesors of Labordo A Xtues1,)
09 New, Levee, opposto Natcbes aL
Sight Exchange on RavnaR.
Alwys for .loe in sums to soit puchasers. sel 2plm
TIo A1dvertisers.
A. B. STRAWBRIDGE & CO.,
-AoExTs OR AL I=
BEST CELU TED NEWSPAPERS
-In the
SOUTB-WEST,
Respeotflly Infom those who wth to makh their busoneo
known throughout the oounyt
hC-HEAPLY AND SURELY,
that they am prepared to make oontre for adve otmots of
a Imegths and for oy length of time, a the mot liberal term
"WLlds of their papers an be hadat aty time by applying
a their omon,
r as sb No. 22 COMMERCIAL PLACE.
l Southiern Oil Company.
FIFTY SHARES of this valuable Stok for sale. Apply
to H., at this pace. sell7 ptf
.isssstnions otMserweM , a
ELECTION NOVEMBER V7, E1
ONGlREeB-FIBST DISTRICT....J. l.me u*p
maSDH R ............................ o, T . .t''- '...
008,ONER. ..........................Dr. DM , _l
DISTRICT ATTORNBEY.............. C. . Br esl.
CLERKS OF COURTS.
CLERK FIRST DIST, OURT-P. Tre.
THIRD .. . Teled.ano
FOURTH .. J. O..Chalon.
FIFTH .. T . P. Whlt..
.SIXTH .. iRealte . Phhll.
SATEA TAX COLLECTORS.
FIRST DISTRICT-The0. Askew.
SECOND .. Jo... Hernamdee
THIRD .. V. St. (Cem.
FOURTH ..
ALGIERS........... Hpollte ortier.
STATE ASSEBSSORS.
FIRSt DISTRICT-P. F.° Trlnchard.
SECOND . RD. D e Hubbre .
THIRD .. J'. A. Bo ett.
FOURTH J.A. W.ine.
ALGIERS........... .5J. U. R. Chlsholem.
JUSTICES OF THE PEACE.O
FIRST JUSTICE.U-A. G, Brice.
RSECOND .. D. Fl. Mitchell.
THIRD .. A. Saucier.
FOURTH .. E. Morel.
FIFTH .. A.Duqeercron.
SIXTH .. Fortier.
IRVENTH.. J. A. larrett.
CONSTABLES.
FIRST JUSTICE COURT-J. B, Houghton.e
ECOND .. .. W. H. WaterS.
THIRD .. .. Saa. Hamilton.
FOUTIIT .. .. Octave Celotonge
FIFTH .. .. Loui. Power.
SIXTH .. C. V. esnned.
SEVENTH .. .. P. L. Newland.
2To Country .erclhats.
THEODORE FROIS ri CO.,
IMPORITERS AND WHOLESALE
-- Dealers In -
They rspectfully Inform thelr friends from the eoachI
city that they have TEMPORARILY REMOVED froelfl
old steed, to
No. 18 CANAL STIREET,
BETWEEN NEW LEVEE AND FRONT STREE.
where they will be prepared to offer, au ual, an xe de
large nd well seleted stock o
.D . r O O .D 8.
on good terms at reoabele pres.
THEODORE FROIS & CO.,
IS Cantl strte
elihS Sit Between New Levee sad Front eaene .
Gunnison, Chapesan S Co.,
-slleceuson to
S. GRIeWOLD & CO..
-MAturAcnzas r
GULLETT'S PATENT STEEL BRUSH
COTTON GIN.
BTATIONARY AND PORTABLE STEAK ENGINE.
Portable Circular Saw-Mill..
CHAPMAN'S PATENT COTTON PFRES,
Shafting and Plley's, ERlne and Wood Lathes. Dmls.,
Wood and Ine Pla.ers, and Ironm
for Reanote Gee.
Alse, dealers In a descrptlos of Plantation Machinery ed
Maehinist Tooel, Including
ANDREWS' PATENT
CERTRIFUGAL DRAINING PIIMP,
Git HMlls, French Burr Mill StCum. Nowell Cotton S
Ctreular saw8 Gi saew, Steel, ete.
There lGn Stands are of the superler pltent formeelyF ma
by our Mr. B. D. Gellit, when e msmbe of the rM of MM.,.
Gellett, Gladney A Co.. of Abretdee, Mlt.. sd s peeFtl
dtlatgllhed for eamMbnleg mt OlGtI g speed ltha mas
ihproved rmple of Cotton, eheaetlog It el. fits tel
ent. r pound. Prio, per Saw.
Belng the mauafsetree preeiledply of O m o ew w aehLeF.
we m emnsbed to thoroughly adoptft Pltelt'e u ed M.
ohea l rposre, end to famlehe It to our ecstmrse apes h
met faorebhle tormu.
All artte! eesld or faelohed by us will be flly
IpOee and Sale-reem, 59 St. Charsle sresl. Huese
oy, 119 Teheptooeelu street. New Orcleas, Lre. meel Sp
The HIeekly sou.thern Csartone,
Publlbhed at MHgslls, Columbia eounty, Arcee. by
Meean. TURNER A O'BRYAN, aed edltd by 010. .EEr
TURNER, Is meet reepeotflly olreed to the umstonml elf
New Orilea one of the hest msdlee.. IC this nclee If
ootr through wheh to eedvertlhe.
GEO. MEEK TURNER wu rlased in Noeth Leodtma ml
Euten Teze, and hue, in thoee two euetlos, pehrep., a rnw
extenelve eequeantce then any othet ee eoth of erte wed
DIxon's Uns. The eirutlaton of thes "Claron- tc Nolrt
Loultles and eten Texs I. olredy larg ad t tlaeMleg
dally. It he u anelelreulsatt itn outh Arkanc. aree al
to ontlcy lper peublbhed l the State. Our paper beslg
stabllshed upon a firm bael, and our prde for adverthieg
being extremely low, we melt rmpectfully smolct ea hbelh aeM
of paeronlse, romis tI, at he ime Um, to as oue la e
edvorwn to foward the ntrests of or patle.
All leters relating to the editorial or butalm dealtmeMof
the pope, met be addre ed to
GEO. H. TURNEB,
oel pltwlSm W Magnolia, Arkss.m
Elegant Family Jeaneton
FOR SALE OR RENT.
Tbe undersigned offers for his reldenee, aon E
stet, one of the
MOST SPACIOUS AND COMFORTABLE
hoo. tl the State, eontaling twelve roomeo In main b l
with hall in the cnator, eight srmat ooms, kitchen, sieb
fowl house, etc., ete. Every room In the bome, elnelad
bath reoms, kitchen and pantry, In
PURNISHED WITVH GAl.
All the bed room are SUPPLIED WITH WATER free
LARGE IRON RESERVOIRS in the attlc. The gosdml
um elegantly laid out with valuable shrube, rowers andea
ental streets, with grape vines of mot su.peror qulty. T.
whole formtbg a dellghtful resldueo.
sets 5lm B. RODRIGUEB.
JON. soreyr. .. S. 0. 0man .
uffy . Co.,
80.................CANAL STREET...................O
We are now preparod to do all the
WATCH, CLOCK AND JEWELRY WORK
THAT MAY BE ENTRUSTED TO US.
-With
NEATNESS AND DIUPATCH.
From the old eutommers of Major Huity and the rtoendel
J. B. G. Kennedy we respaptfully olicit a shae of ie
paetronee.
Our stock of FINE WATCHES, CLOCKS,
Jewelry and Fancy Articlels
wll arrive in a few day. when we will tae pluoaron ho. h
lag them to our cusotomers.
Wholeale end Retail Country Merchants will pleae give a
a call.
BRUSHES, COMBS and
TOILET ARTICLES, PERFUMERY, et.
80 Canal stre,
and b.C one door from Cbartrer, towards the riw.
Cabfnet .Makers'
UPHOLSTERS' MATERIALS
Of Every Deseriptlon.
Glt Cornices, Haeir Cloth, Shade., Corled Hat. Latmd6
Cloth, Corta Good* Crds and Tassels, Varnme, Gim. dm
Fringe, Spntain, BEttote and Twe, Glee, Picked anO
men Mor, Campheno and Alcoholh Burning Flid, aMtam
Otie, Wall Paper, eto.. at the LOWEST CASBHPRIOI. S
HEATH & CO.
o2R iplr No. dadeimersats.
Bruff Brohler g Seaver,
. ..............WARREN STREET................a
NEW YORK.
-Inveato. .15the
CELEBRATED OYAL EYE COTTON HOEB.
IMPROVED PATTERN CANE KNIVTJ.
.-601 A roem a
R. P. BSRUF'S AXES.
XrThoe Jobg mds upihed by thS .a
d.Ab.hhey etBof HARDWARE. CUTLETY, GUNl.L
at... constantly n band. . ban er
WI'. ... JPis*,
FINE WATCHES, JEWEBLYT
SILVERWARE, CUTLERY,
[GUNS, FANCY GOODS.
etc., etc., eto,
a5 S2t0 No. 88 Caoul 5t5t.

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