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NEW YORK OARDS.
DURYBEBB JA.UES & C ,AIRMAN-
" i 1adfVtleur eed Wholesal DeItetl
-II
Hats, Caps and Straw goods.
170 Grler Irestt New Orlls..
DURYEr, JAQUrS Ak CO.,
NI Ckkbers lket, N45. York.
atl Fele -.-Nseek. N.J.
ToNAS bROOK & BROTHERS'
S BET SIX CORB AND PATENT GLA.E
Spool Cotton,
Whte, 3la0k, and all 1on.5.
)knboung the moeethnmeS o.f ilk wh the stnetgh of inen,
maid e SEWING MACISINI1 U1 ABSOLUTELY UNRI.
AJLLED. For ie by Ohe prieldpal boors in New Olraem
nad YoMe; snd eshe to original emae by the manufsteures'
.a', TWM. IIENRY SMITH,
.lyAW 2 and Veey stret,. New York.
SOUTHERN HAT HOUSE
BYRAM, HIND A BLIS,
-Impeorlee md wholesale Dealers In
atNa, Caps and Straw Goods,
BONNETS, FIA),WEIS,
UMBIRIELLAS, PARABOLS, etc.
lIOmpSe of FRENC IIHATS.
No.19 Murray street, near Broadway,
New York.
ViAtA 0, R As...... it. .o66 6 .1........... WM..UM .
OJulAe t. 16minr1 , W8shlingln, Ark., Speielal Pairter.
fins IySW
gOpRP BROTHERB
OBNERAL ENGRAVERS AND LITHOGGRAPIIERS,
54 Williams Street,
New York.
ako Checks, 1liia of E axelnge, Fancy Envelope., Ball
lse. at d Tavitations, Bill Ileads, Ltter leads, etc., etc., en
-m.rad in the highest style of modern anrt.
5.Orlem from the South repeerlully solicited, and will he
194 with paptem eand at reenable rates.
BRUFF BRO. SiEAVER, d4 Warren street, N. Y.
NIXON & ADAMS, Crercent OAe e. N. O. JylR3m
oMrES, SON & MELVAIN-
No. 6 MAIDEN LANE,
New YorIk,
Importers and Wholesale Dealers In
4U.NS, CUTLERY,
PLATED WARE, JEWELRY,
FANCY GOODS., BRUSHIES,
PERFUMERY and SOAPB.
le Agent for West W ey Rick.td'' Celebaed Gumc,
U.ky's C1), Waddlng and Cartridges, leldfor's Army Rmrms.
_yll cae
WILLY WVALLACH
131 WII,LIAM STREET, New York,
orter o rign F oelen ,lio. letter ad note PI'per, and Envel.
spa; Rsheehh's Celebrntl Lead P'encils, Geerman Red Tape.,
Gmss Sekets, Inkstands, etc., ele.; Card .tirds and Cards, tai
l h.d Fansy Stationery generally, FOR THE TRADE.
RIEPISITORY.
B SOUT.AER CARRRIAGE .[.
Wm.. . MeDonnald,
412 BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
Te sebeelef havineg uade n.merour addition to his already
...i establlihment, and eiqubed additional faciitle for the
bl*otlon or his r.apidl hinreuslg busines., is prepared to fur
do.every deoclriptian of
ARRIAGESR AND ,ARSNES',
Skthe torte6t nnleRk and on the malt fkl tohle term,, and of.
te- partleular ludueements to SOUTHEIIRN PUR'CHIASERS,
.,if ll not apllrior, to thoe of any other manufactory of the
k1,d In the ealttry.
Jyl4 ly WM. L,. McDONAID.
PHELAN'S IMPRIOV ED BILLIARD TABLES
-end-
COMBINATION CUSIIIONS.
-.tsnted Feb. 19, 195; Ort 3-, 1.i6; Dee. , 1867; Jan. 12,
186; Nov. 16, 185 ; and March 29, l0M.
O'CONNOR k COI..ENCDER,
iole Manufaehrera,
6, 65. 67, and I69 Croby streetl
.Al.ehe tables re n use and may be seen ct "Mller's
BSllard Samae," 105 OGevler treet, alse at the
a Pellean and elolon ChI, and can e obltained fom
N. MILLER, sole Agent for this city, who alde sells all r
la the Billiard line, a follow.: 11lllird Clotha, Sell,
L, thber, LCalk, etc. He h also on hand and for ode
e" Bfne .emoid-haud Billiard Teales. Jye1 ly
tEAUl a LOUTREL
No. 45 MAIDEN LANE,
UNew York.
ery ariety of Ilank ok Paper, Stationery, Steam Prln
SUthoaphic Work and Book hlindlng.
nrders rs.rse tfullyehliited. jylA ly
HE OLDEST CANDY MIANUFACTORY
IN AMERICA.
RESTABLIS llED IN 1806.
Ridley & Co.,
RNER OF CHAMBERS ANtI HUDSON STREETS,
(Opposite the Hudaon River Railroad Depot,)
NEW YORK.
CANDY, SUGAR PLUMS. LOZENGES, ete., etc.,
ol their varieties, made exlobvely from treble refined Loaf
wIthout adullteration or admixture of deleterious sob
of any kind.
T asnlarg to purehase a pure article are requested to ean
Oa*mone our stoek, and contrast them withthose offered
here.
Ir®ose of ASSORTED CANDIES, for faulilos, pot up
d tOdsr, at prdce ranging from N upwards.
S Candies, etc.. etc., pahked in boxes of s5e0, and i10 lts.,
. tforh the Southern trade, and shipped to order.
- Orders by mall promptly executed
V- Teoms ecash. 1J. Ily
HARLES HEIDSIECK CHAIILPAGNE-
This eesnte led Wine, of the abose welltknown brand, h.e
and will continue to be, reeived by the undersigned in
tl to meet the incresed demand of dealers and eon
. Thoroughly satisfid, from the strongest evidence, that
cores from the losest Sinei descenldant of the old and lirst
l.ehtd boome of lsiieek & Co., of Rhelms, they hIve taken
4 olf it wth a determination to bring it and its elaims to di.
'tInteoa, before the public, even more generally than heretofore.
rlk.e supeor quality of this article must satisfy -ay one that its
osmsatUon is from a source where great attention, as well as
thorsogh experience, have been broughllt to bear In its prodsc
ils. Chearles IHelidsiek Il giren his whole mind to the perfee.
tioa of his wine, and to making it worthy of the name. Fre
qot visits to tile United States have enabled him more fully to
tnderanstd and appreciat tb tthe tes and wishes of consumters;
andof his having profted by that information is evidenced by
Ls Champagne now presented for the palate of the connoisseur
-a wine unsurpnesd for its rich bouquet and general excellence.
he varieties of brnds of Champagne tend greatly, doubt, to
'osofms the purchaeer, but the lovers of good and genuine wine
st look for " Charles lelidsleek " in full on the label, as well
Son the orks and capl. s s.
T. W. BAYAUD & CO.,
Geteral Agents for North America, New York.
The Charles IlTedsiek can be obtained In quantities at the
oader mentioned houses, besides nany otburs not here loumd,
Mod at retail with od the principal hotll-keepers.
E.J. IIART. CO.,
J. 11. & I. N. MARKS,
SEWEI. T. TAYLOR,
RaIly PAYNE, STESI E & CO.
STATIONARY STEAM ENGINES
ALL SIZES, FROM 8 to 16 IIAMETER OF CYIINDER.
PORTABEI, STEAM ENG(INES, from 51 to i hIsorse power.
DRAINING WIIEELS, from 12 feet to 30 feet diameter.
DRAINING PUMPS, from 6 to 20 inches in dimeteor.
m & Lseavitt's Palet CIRCULAR SAW MIIL,.L, with both
(tooand woiden frimts, with Norcr'os' Rocker Boxes and
St.rn's Patent Eccentric felood Itloks.
Page'sand Page & Child's CIRCUIAR SAW MILLS.
.ouble Circular Saw Mills, with Top Saws.
'otrubos Iron Frame CORN and FLOUR MILTIl, from 18 to
J itbhes ditmeter.
NEWELL COTTON SCREWS, of 6, 7.4, 9 and 11 inches in
diaeter, by 12 feet long, and geaed for either horse or steo m
mower.
SHAFTING, COUPLINGS, PULLIES, STANDS, HlANG.
ERR, oed Boxes of lll sizes.
DOUBLE FLUE BOILERS, 42 inches in diameter, and from
Id to 0 feet long.
CIRCULAR SAWS, upto 72 inches diameter.
DOCTOR ENGINES, of lvaioss hies.
INDIA RUBBER IIANDS, of all slas.
An ass rtment of all slof tihe above artteleo g..soally to
do, ready for delivey at the shortst ntlee, and for sle on
S mest favorable terms and at the owest prices.
Every article fully guaranteed.
FPll printed Catologues of prites will be sent to any address,
t so mail.
S. H. GILMAN,
toyS Wtt 70 GrMvler street, New Orleans.
KATHIAT"'S TROPICAL ROOFING
bheaper and suprior to sany other ever used in a Sother
Itst Mel se rd ond qusi alitiesil are
I.. DURABIIIIITY--elss tol I he best stlate moroos
9. IMPRRMABRII IT Y-R pe or to any otheri no oroeks
--r leaks being po ptble.
,4e BEAUTY--It presents a mooth and gradh tekl k rfaee
. CIIEAPNESS--It costs mach less tl n, though Itis ls
od, my slate or woodod o1, OtI even less ttlan tie inferior
sopos.itton roofing heretofore offered to the public, aves the
tousf gOO t oee and vaIeys.
Rh, INC0D(.IUSTIlslITY-It will rsast ire better than a
*- CONVYENIENCOR-It will not sofn under the heat of
hd semates and protects the interior of hllldings from the in.
te het t eamor.
Ith. SOLIDITY-It behomeo harder and stoothr from ex
o0re can ohbe put upon otos of any slope ; and bheing of light
isht, does not requireo hseay rafters to suport It; while it is
oIsble to orrosion and breaking nor does It require repa ls.
Is "TROPICAL ROOFING Is.a ehemical compound of
oibsiesoso, tstera1 of Which are peculiar to it alones, ombaned
__ tdrooton discovered by actual expernotut and experience
Ifssloonalss of ie .e.ectls. of the sove are in the hands
osf.-te spoot, tod lay be verified by any porson wishlng it he
All ordle left at the Poet.eO se, Box K No. 2, ill he
--aytlattended to; orspply to
A O. KATHMAN,
0)5 ly seresr of Sonosllle and Mals lslt.
CV "O 4 SHIPPING AGENTS AND COO
SONES & fON lWARDING NEMGANTSO, NO.11
at ADVANCES.
s wiklllhllbeel advanes on wobdgements of e areha.
-is to osrs ndtpt In Londos L.l erpool Betos, New York,
ad R. JONES A CO.
tin raIzanomo.......... J . uowt.AV ......... a. ,.. KoF.
RE ORIO, HOWtL AND & CO., IMPORTERS -
SWh'olesale And Re Ittll lelst in Dry anld Green Fruits,
ut etc., etc, Nos i Fulston sod 37 Front streets, New Or
MooL o~ll BM
WEBSTER & HOLMES.
sA.SD ID RSrF.sT
31 Jhartres, corner Customhouse steet,
NEW ORLEANS, LA.,
Invite the Attation of Druggel, Merchants, Flhydeic and
Plhtes., to ther ne freh Soek of DRUGS, MEDICINES,
CIHEMICAILS, TOILET ARTICLES, FANCY GOODS, etc.,
for the Fall and Wllaer terd. all of which are wmrmeted pen
and clrateso stioles. O of th lbo Irm haveg ka les expert
ence, h saversd Soatherl dtl, Isn itLg orden for the k.d.,
feels confdent that the Iena can give the lmsit tulsfsctlon.
We eha bel prepared, at rIl ih es, to ll order. for large or smll
mosnnte Ordeds ulllted frm the countryl. An order, with
satislfaitry reference, atleuded to the name as f left in person,
and prices guasntled a low as any othe houie looth. We
name Io large qnanltiies of ecl artlel, but will be always pre
pred to fiI ell demands:
Chemlc.ls, all kinds.
Perfumery, all kinds.
Fesy GIood,, all kieds.
lBrushe, all klnd..
rneam Tartar,
Gtn Campheo,
Sormn Leaves, Ales.
Seena Iesves, E. 1.
Epesm Snits,
Oluber Salts,
5.1 Sods,
Iii-Carbonate adis,
Acids, all kinds.
Alum, whole and ground.
Ammonea Aqua,
Ammonia, Concert.
Aleholl, it and I per lte
Balm Copavra,
Balsam PIr,
RElmm Teln,
Blne Mas, P'. and W.
Blit Mass, Fng.
Peniian Bark, red.
Pernvina Bark, yellow.
Borax, refined.
Cnlonml, P. and W.
CAloel, eg.
ilt.a of SRieu, pen.
HrateeofeBSilver, eryelL
Clorofopm,
Coppsees,
Corkc, Bottle ad Vi.i
8elph. Ether.
Chlorie Ether,
* Spis Elther, Nitroms.
Extriuts for Fvor eng.
Excweto, sdilcleal, h old asd agid
Feeneme, sssorted.
Ielngiess, eseorced.
GOm Arabic, No. Il, 2 nd .
Menm Alaes,
OnGrm Ftid.,
um cOptlm, Turkey.
Iedigo,
m Drop, lk, sort ed d. n.
Iroe, Pcopweirs s ef Iode.s
Hopes s,, n sescro. d.
Lqborlee, lsxt.est.
Lweood, Chip and Ext.
Magned, all kinds.
Mortam, ulorted Am.
Natmrga.
Pnes, drcy and In ll.
1Oil Fsesntial, all kind..
NKtlalls, whole and pow'd.
M rnna, lrge and emall as ke.
Mopshia, Sul., Aret aid MIr.
ed1ide Pots.., Am., Fr. and E.g.
PTeint udleinean,
Seidlie Powders, tewo csc,
Sele Pecdes,,
Powsder Selected, aeorcd.
Sulph. Quinine,
Prparations of Qninine.
AnseetIn, Ceedmon Seed,
Coselcte n S Tec.t,
Moelnade dSeed,
Penel, Cam.way,
Cpe t , p, Hemrp Rep.d, Fl.,
lobelis ed M.Veed Seeds.
Sydengc, Metal, oll em.
Syingce, Glis..
Syince,, Self.
TruMs, alsil kinds,
Tanile Acld,
Srrgheal Ingcrmmgsn,
Tmtlb Ferep., na'd.
Amepr.ting Inetrsments,
Decllting Tf,,rumesee,
Skelelon, Artielelted.
Medicies Chects, tsssrtle.
Varncel, Cpadl.
Sponee. Bathing, Cep. Caesige and BSssges.'
Vaecibh, Copal.
Vaelere, Dem.r.
Tearcsh, leather.
Vialse , Pree., -sorted.
Goe ree,
Bled and
Ced Tive, Ont
Table 011,
Qeart. and pleis.
We have only mentlioed a few lesding artles in thin lilst, a
It would take too much time and psce to enmente our eom
plsie stock. We Inlte thole isilting the city, who need gsds
In cur lhne. Is ,tlc. s cel. cl9 If
ALBERTHON & MVDGE,
-AGENTS YON Trs SAL er
PORTABLE AND STATIONARY
STEAM ENGINES,.
SAW-MILLS, SHAFTINGS, GIN GEARING,
-And every description of
Machinery for SHIL and Plantation use.
-Also. Agents for the sale of
CLEMONS, BROWN A CO.'S
SINGLE AND DOUBLE CYLINDER COTTON GINE
--A.w-
Bates' Patent Steam Gauges,
No. 8 UNION STREET,
Between St. Charles and Carondelet streets, New Orleans.
The Machinery offered for sale by us it from stablishment.
which have been engacod in manufacturing for the Southern
country for tile prst twenty-Tve years, and it will be found to be
entirely adapted for the uses for whirh it is intended, of a muchi
anperlor quality to a great deal of the machinery brought to this
market, and at extremely liberl prices. Persons wishing to
purchase ae invited to call and exnmine for themselves.
CIEMIiNS. BROWN & CO.'S COTTON GINS have been
used snucCessfny in various partt of the fouthr or fifteen years
and more, durthg which time upwards of FIVE HUNDREi of
them have been sold annually. We guarantee them to hb equal
in every respret to any gin sold in this section.
TIHE DOUILE CYLINDER GIN i. a recent invention of
Mr. J. F. Brown, of Columbus, Georgia. We refer persons who
are intereted to the following certificate, which is taken from
hundreds xhich we have received :
REtcELt. COUNTY, ALA., February S, 18i9.
Meesrs. Clemlt., Ilrown e Co
Gentlemen-I have u.,ed one of your Double Cylinder 6 saw
G ins during the pat eason, and take pleasure in stating my cont
viction that its performance i fr superior to ally Gin I have ever
tried for spetd, convenience and safety. I was indueed to buy it
because I believed it would pay for itself in the eaving of thue
in one crop, and it hb fully answered my expectations. It re.
quires no more power to propel it than a Single Cylinder saw
Gin, while it cleans twice as much cotton per day and is much
easier attended to; this is ccounted for from the lesser width of
the breast, and that it will gin all tie cotton that can be put in
the roll wlthcut throwing out or choking. It clean the seed re
markshly cletn, and makes as good a Sample of cotton as any
Gin I have ever tried. The cotton buyers of Columbus have re
peatedly told me I had a superior Gin, without knowing it was
one of your Double Cylilder style. Your Double Cylinder Gin
I consider a great improvement on the ordinary Gin, and the
planter who makes over fifty bales of cotton will ind it to his
Interest to lay aside the Single Cylinder 40 or 0 saws Gin and
plae himself utder obligateons to you, by purchasing your
Double Cylinder Gin, and thereby save time, labor and money.
Without the pleaure of a personal acquaintance with you,
permit me to ssure you of my frl consideration.
Mars. W. G. Clemeon, Brown & Co. EDGAR GARLICK.
kamplee of beth styles of Olin, as well a other Machinery,
may be aen at our store.
ALBERTSON & SlUDGE,
No. 8 Union street,
oe24 2pt-tf Between St. Charlee and Carondelet.
PHILIP RAHDI. EAGLE MACHINE WORKS,
Richmond, Virginia,
MANUFACTURER OF PORTABLE AND STATIONARY
STEAM ENGINES, OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
Sutar Mills, Sw Mills, Gerist Mills.
Lnrge and Smal Braining Methlna
Pumps, of all siem and descrlptions.
Shaftings, CouplUng, Pulleys, ngen na d Boxe, o all
sises.
Lmomotive, FlPne and Cylinder Blene
Shingle, Lath and Planeag Machine.
Tobcco Screws and Fixtuee, of every deteriptel.
Agent for Berpger's Boyle's Machbne-ga nd Saws.
Virglnic Penitentlary Made Axe-every on of which is
fully guaranaeed.
H. M. Smith's Celebrated Strw Cuttee.
My Machinery has received the highest itehmen la vml ton
the United tat. ExerN leeed a nEulI will e Mat to ereet
Mahiery I ll when desed ; and In ltheevet of theb purchaser
discovering that the ertlete it t what it was reprseeted, it bee
be returned at my expen.
Ordenr or cnmmnlicnete. addressed to the undersigned,
throughb the Pot-Oce, will meeat with promt attentioe
An Illtstrated Coatloge, containing Lit of Preit Oerfl.
eatea, etc., will be ent by mall, postage paid, to any deidng It.
PHILIP RAHM,
Pmproeter Egelo Machine Works.
W*OffIe it New Orlems, 61 li, Charl e street oil ipte-tal
HARDWARE.
CHANT , S, I GA NES di Co IMPOIIW'111.
4ANI) DKAI.i.RS IN O IGN AlD DOMIToI
I* H WAIWARE, CUTLRY, ee., No. N Mgco6ne and
, ..k. , r Yt 1 eta, hava o hanod, A ad are e.. P .,.,
ace viidirect frans the 1mpo4005.,,
TI., tln. , A 1s; P1penler'. ToOhl.
}loes, Spada and Rborel- i Corn and Cbe flll'
Ox and Im. (alm Cotton and MagillS RqlOu ;
FIh ..d Trap (:hate.;l MITIP t aM Cans Cut Saw,
nvir, Vieua and ,llol Fi Connter sad Psledo a Seahs
ks saNd IAIe, Perr Phttu Andirons and Fenrs ;
Hemen nd anit Shovel. and Tongsg.
H r are,, Wad.
Aoosad gtaaa Iron and Iltus Senora
iT W.r"; Rodger'. Cut 'y.'
Together with t large assortment of Faney 0)oral. via: Crahs,
Rrtnwh, Perfumnry, Paper and Blank &,ipe er, wrhek pre
ofered at the tl w prte' r ehor iy mpnper, an y
adgw wATgzzaA., cHAS.s. wA.'rakA.
J. WATERMAN & BROTHER.
IMPORTERS,
AND WROOLBSAK DEALERS IN'
Hardware,
CUITLERY,
PLOWS,
IRON,
NAIlS,
SARPENTERSA'
SMITIIHS', AND
AORICULTURAI. TOOlq,
PISH1 AND SHIIRIMP SPINES,
TACKLE, NETS, etc. etc.
*ai.Agenls for YOST PLOW AND SC61A1'.I1tItI..g. of
tile Anvl,) No. 14 MAGAZINEI HTIIEET, corner of Common
.tr'et, New Orleans. ol ly
.k J. E. DIATTHEWS & CO.-- AR.
RIAt3E T`ItIJI11N)GS, - eyer) h g necesr-y far
Itnllliding andl IteI arlane arniiags, kept for msal.
AXLES ,,dthla , 1r Cane C1arl and ray.,s1 w1 h Ii nch Plus
and hats, nt NO. l31 a tll r xireet. New t)riean.. sull ly
SLUi'HER IIOIES, FOUNDRY AND
EnproIA,'dN'I'A, WGRKIJ; Corter of l annlon du
NlpMlronetret 1 Office,. o. 106 St. Charles street,
'. ..lwo de or I'lOIr the St. Charle~s Theater,) Matnlfaeutlrer
of the latest and most apprvedl Pelt. ra of IfRa, Versa
L,;1ho,,,w u Sharttn, B'llrl, Itiidges, Straight sd talrenla
,trs Store Frats. C16pi6fa and .al knds of CAST AND
WR(ISIT IROGN WORK for Ruilding ptrDo11..
1-Ra0lin.s,. hllxt s Guard Poze, Suh Weight. and Ven
tilaters for . at the O d Stand, 150 St. Charles street. New
Orleans. o2 ly
SHALLER & BROTHERH MANUPAC
TUIt61I OF UOI'PPER, TIN ANI) SHRIET IRON
S WORK In a(l its varlet4es. Hs al, o on Iand a large
.arlment of luuking, , P, rlor and BarProan Stoves,
and dre prepared to 11 all orders in the above line In the City or
uarteulr attention paid to all dscriptins of buildwig work.
viz: Conpcr, Gldirulzed Iron, Tin and Zinc Yalley (jutter and
Ror,flng, Dow.n Ii m, Fancy and PlaIn Ilead, ea.
Ilave tile exclas ve rgllt for the State of Loufsiana to make
and vend the recently patented yuven ion of ,Iabez Lewis, from
tle use or which the rt of buildings Is washed from all 051,l
prior to the water being conducted to toe c s erns }king sef"
cttnig In Ilelf, It reno ve~ the nee.ity of soy haud labor in Its
netlan : a .n1.r1-1 nn',.d,.,hed he.e beforr, di1 ly
FOUNDRY AND BMACHINE-SHOP.
GEORGE PATTERION
S(Succeauarn to McCan & Patterson,) corner or Delord,
and New Levee itreetn
Tbhe ndersigned Is (Iow prep611d Ito rmnuaetnre STEAM
ENGINS. (11,tII1,ES anti MACIIINIRY of all kinds o,
•Steam Boats., Sugar Fhuntltbn- Saw Mills( Cotton Pletes.
Drai ning Maehie- and Rai roads. Gin Gear, Ilorna Power, Fir,
Fronts, Furnace Nomths, and crate Bars.
BRASS WORK of ever desriptlon. Me,1,1,e Packing for
Steam C6, ll.der , r:nn 1Metal 6in1s, etc.
IBLA(.Kg, ITH WDRK o"f x1 d cbription., havinglasteam
nammer for the p5.poMe of doing heavy work.
He will keep on hand at ll t6mrs (grate 16 rs. Wheel Sriml s,
:lange Bolts, Gauge Cocks urt Valves of ai siet l ued by
He is Agent for tie sale of John T Osbort's Patent Fuel S1 V
ag Grate iar. so hil,,;;y -oke, of by t41, Pea yne Printing
Of ppc, and others hhtt have thrent o oe. Aet of these Bars
can be seen In.... under a new iler lately put up to this .sta..
Ile ha.pulan mode ·r*nrmo o tl al fscodhn
nil er, and Machinery and wll establish a etpot conveniedt to
the etl uhll.hmnt, whe e6 a large uan.tlty of second-hand o le S
and Machinery may be found at all times for sale.
GEOROE PATTERSON.
New Orleans. June 1, 8.Sg. JeI tr
1. s. S. 11EV6 N CT5. (IJ.OLTOA
J . s . I O D S & c o . " "
So. 0 ana street o. x l 1Cro6(mm1 el 6et a1nd
1 No. 4 .e. IM,, e sgreet,
i Copper. , 1, Tn and Sheet .ron
d d ortner
Bras Funer and Fn nd ENNnET RE, D,, nd n of Steam..
Trains, C1larifi n and Evaporating Pans llrers, Jnc Pans
Chmneys and Breechng, STEamAe M and Plantation lackR
emihlngu.
--AI..-
. L D.... .EALERS I. D .F.. SHIP. CHAN
: AND STOVES.
Planters, terclnts 111.d Stelmoa.Hlm will find it to their .d
Anlge to give m. i coll before purcha1ng or contractng el.
wI.,e J.OW ly
LESNE UORYEAN ORNSI.N TA.
" RON P ""+ .--l'he under O'nR beg leave tohtrAorm
I.ED 1.,T IRN ONDR
the uh ile and builders generally that they ae mIh n
lfcluring all kinds of Architectural and Buildllg Ir.n
Woe bl or M agot el Baremai
Work. athIll~ foundry, corner of Magnolia rad Erto eeIt-
otee in Ilaridr joniow, aCroad.let stret--s'uch M Verandahs,
Railing, Shutters, Safe and Bank Door, Straight and Circa "
Smtirs, hLon lridge., Reeoofs. etc.
ThWey kp 6 onstn.tly on hand aet and Wrop,,ht Iron ol
umnx, Ventiattorn and Sash Weights, etc." and fill all orders of
every d.criptlon of Castings, Columns, Store and House F.onts
with deapatch,
BENNETT & LURGFS., Davldson', Row
,|e24 tf Carondelet street.
SBNARONN]. STjiEET STEAMI BGILER
T MANI' PATRNTY between PoydraA and A le1l. only
1 three minutes' walk ,r1n the St. Charles H4el.
L. The. ndersigned having largely increased his work
II ops, and having 511 tile faeiltle, Is now prepared to fill orders
for sy description of B uILERS, In los time andl as low rateIs
Scothey can be had in any shop in the South or imported from the
Alwayw on hand, DOUBLE FI.UED BOILERS, from 20 to
30 feet long nn. 2 I nchex dlanPixer.
Also. CYINDER BOILERS. 30, S2, 3d and 36 glehe diame
tr, and various lnlhs,.
Fire FSton , Grate Bars, Stand Pipe,, Valves, etc. constantly
on ,and.
All work will be guarn.aned of bea material and workman
] attics wishing to purchsee Bollera for plantat ors, etem
boats or sawmills, are rnpeetfu y invited to eall and Jndee for
themselves. [n2( Iv.kw] D. H. FOWLER.
LEEDS' FOUNDRY, NEW ORLEANS.
LEEDS k CO., IRON FOUNDERS,
and Manntaeture'r of Veieal and Ho';zontai Stem Engines
Moierrn Sugar Mills, Vaenum Pans{ Hugar Kettles. Clarrs:n,
Filters, 6iena and Horse Power Drranlng Machines, Saw Millse
tn G~earing, Iran Colmls and Fronts for Bulldin.,, Funmcr I
ontbh.,, Orate Ban, ., and all leloarery requifrd for the
Soulth.
We have been d,,ly asthorited and ar re. bnred to construct
STHI,LMAN'S PATENT BAGASSE FURNACE.
f e1 2 dd wl y
HOTELS--- RESTAURANTS.
GALPIN'S CHOP HOUSE-NF. 9 E.
JM JON :AALi'I N t91.9* poooare in calling 90 e arten
99,,,,,' , ie.9 ds a.9 d e s to his ,HO 9,o or m k 9oo 1 CwhOP
will find ehery,,hing the market affords, well cooked999h,90
served said at modu ate rates.
DON'T FOR1 T T99E "C91OP OUSE.."
OIr9n's I9eef9o92,*, (',op. and S.uso.9,.1ger as g,9d9ie.of
old. 929,,,9, 9nd other Win,. and I.iquor1 c.1.o9,11 seloo9.d, to
Shlad for the l,,king-an, a s,,all spells pa1ment. 0,9* 9f
BRILLIANT OYSTER ___
'roi~, I AI.1..9N f .92.9I82AJAN1". Tý
,,99I take ,,hn method 9 f 9,, ornd, ý
v Otemis mr nd thle pu blic geuer
,99y, 90a, on AT9liI*AY. 21,91..91.0, In1., 9 0 open1wy
Nowv Oyster Saloon
N IOTA I'I A NT
At the corner 1. 92,, 91.9, and 1.1.9 99 streets. 019T
TI. loeo 9, h91 ,9,90p1. has h,,* myslf 0ted ,i 0, 1 tyl,
9 oI,* o.,cn~r, ply 1 ployat 9,9* ,to p99 ids 9992 t.bext ))tens
Oyxters, (:ante, Birh nn 5' egetnbios tht he srkt 11 dn
I will Illul s.,my frienlrds .,,i famlies with the bent brands
of K'ines, I,igiax, t rtc, at tbo shortest notice.
,p ula public generally are invited to call and see a nu n the
alburn day, and partakcar. FREE LUIYCII, from 8 to 8 o'clock
r. 1[.
'Ithere will be a fie 99.1d of , usi for the o*,,,,n..
,,21 151 LAZIARO ]*ANCIOIVICII
'FAINT LOUIS HOTEL--TIIl UINDIR.IONID
to~n ppurchasec the Sabtlt 1,ai is Hutel nd fnmitaa, will
inform 919 o9.hl 1I9 and the public, that it will be loser) dl9..
Illt the sme nrr for tuldittona, Alterations and repairs, mid will
be ra-furum nished ad e-opened all TusadllY, November hit,· for
their reeppti9on. 0. E. HAIL . CO.
New O* eaIns,o, J9n, 1, 99159. J,1 So
SAINTCHRS HO';EL-WEHAVE TAKEN
Alw of the S Ylflt Charlesl HUIeI for ive earl, and xvxil
17.ora,,g19 of thin .ppdrt d,.ll91 to t .an 9jltr,,t9 99,9c , 99 liheral
tint I ill, daring tits saran er. be l t oroluglly renv~maB, painlted
and 1urnx19 1d, anld we hsl,,, on t .pe ol1.,9g 1.f toe 1.1.9.19,1
again haver tbs plrm*.rr of caterings to theilr .sate, which we
promise to du I. A satisfalctory manner..
New Orleans. June Tst, 1892. 0.L A .
ATTENTIONg!.-YE MlERC9IANTS, YE
* 191.,,,,bo1.9 hd otel (:Mola9 ye R.xts, nt
p-- Ka err, xnd handy - Eplctcrer I-TOO . 510"
R F:IA'S Ilnmlnoljl nlnlrlsria xnd Morrie Rayv
OTT DEPOT, No. 11 P11.. ,,d , NI, 18 and 1 9 FIlton
street, Is now open Ad' re~ady forn r reception of orders for the fll)
campalgn. The Wimpl, e t of Jo,'s jing, j ,11 at his pos1 t will
M: antflrient gnarmdelu of Choeir tieing Attended to with tills ,t,
plulnicualty as her*,.9,o,. sell lm
OPEN FOR YTHE SEA
- ONYAIM'S OT9'Er2 SALOON
This 9cll.known o, .bl99h,,ent n, .
fur b9099g 99o0,,phly renovated, 9,
now open for9 the, Bson. Te proprietor ta1es.t.. l9ppnrt1.99p
of expressing Ilx thanks to Ills old friends for their patronage
9,,,999,or., and hopes to 9a Able, b consta9t 1ttentions9i., ll to
please theml. -flm
MCDONNELL'S 9*9TAUR9AT No.
9*7 C1h9,o,,,o street, b09,.een IBaron, e anti 0
ron19let 1.99*9.9 Neo Ole9*,.
Thils oxmbltshment will remain open during
the amumer. Idlers ev T it Ming thle market xRurdl can he tonala
999,prices moderate. T 9h , 1.m1..91p9a,,ed ta1..0k.s it mor,
desh ta ul te smlr lo n the city during warm
weatlherd ro hananyothr tasimn ~nran
Famili es xn i C mmixvPon rfcrcllnnfl apdiod with Wines and
1Squors of every description at whllesale prices,
myl t M)ON NIIL~ MCGRAW,
_ _ Yr Pnrlmnm.
Doen o tm gNITR- a, li g. WTH ESRYHU~tt)
pmcmll fle jtHt D. GEO. E.HLI)
.11 Dental Ronoms, at the corner of Caron
delet uit ll Warta.rets
I)1. IIU tUN, f mery with It,. {Pet, of this city, respect
fully in111nJ thie plcthat lie line opsnod man oftn xa shovo,
and 1a now prepared to perform Any xad all 1)11,x1 oow.·l111111 i
A waner no to 5 nutlxanad by ilia Yrofnsxlon in either Europe
or merca.Solntatin gaxrranfeed to all 11111 or nn charge. A20 ly
CHARLES E. KELLS, D. D S.
No. 9909 :1,919m999,1tw.1. C1.911.1.101.,
IFRmemtarersls Now Or IM ARTIFICOII.
'F inaerled m fall nr partial , it whch,
for eauty, t and C1.. ort to the Wearer, cnsot91..be9 9 ,,
oelled. Ix51,ra
Loss OF TIOEETH-DL . J3 ,910W
119 At. (111181,,151111, on111111 to eppy the
LOSSi OF TREITH wlthnut wiroe or loprnn
upon Iis now p¶IIncple of self 919-alon T.
mothad has pomtrd haw unlvnrenl a1111111 on, And is reeem
mended ax hulilllhhs h t innsnl1u system of 11 11, . AtTI
FICIAL TRETH ltherto inverted, sand in all cotes eteringgl
sliestc nrtlculntlon and mnedaaflon, and mo perfct and namrla
Pn ap'reamam lieto defy detctlbn bythe Closest observer. Dr.
blast s naalhod o[ Illlni tceth with g-ld comldnee all the modern
lmprovententa Those Interested .lll fad thes rtttetnuto t b
entirely And IeChu:p:I1IsP 1 1 10 1 ectt Dr. w. matins Ilia Ilacrr
Wanks sto ii ihbiatse n.Olen advcinity for the
etttereive practfoe they hays favoed ltim with forth at fifteen
999a'd 991.19,9 99901.9* 1181At. Charles.1rest.1. lo,
CIIEap FUEL-WHILE THE PRESENT building 1
going At therd at the AtttlM1. the tirrice of COKF. S wfi b
continued At the vary low priceo of THIRTY-FIVE LENTG per
harm)..
It 91 a 91.99*9,1nd pl9b9nnt f99. far hone- u. . and 991.900or to
ehe odo IIfrrAt this price it is full 2r pr cent. cl-rper than the bast coal.
N. H, J. pRELLS, 0 TrD Dner.
Lew Orissa amight Copny, TEEH-,, 1 99. W ll tT
BUSINESS :DIRECTORY.
AI'8IN8, J, S, IMPOHITYt AND DBALER IN
THardwareo ",ti crA.lordo F|ir Grates Paint2 0tsj1
B.O LES & JVD.ISON CHINA, CROCKERY AND
.-Ju.Je Frnlxhi.g Umod, No. 17 Camp stree,
B ]RL JA.IES y, ATTOBNR.-AT.LAW,
OTh'r eeof la 8 (7 Omn rereli Mae. Ite Ij
_ TE.,l. LOVELL & CO.. SHIPPING Hgt
_ champ, corner of la, oudsele and (lnmlnn .rea1.
. ilUCTON & TAYLOR.-J(N M. CIIILTON AND
F A (:L.RLE A. TAYIRH bare u roclaed he..e e In
he practse of law IIn the sity f .,Ne Orleans 4ad he B OdJaent
pahlled. O fMies, N40 Csmp .tret.
New OrlEfn, May I.'. II. my Nf
r. sl:I91TY, L. DA410 s.
c IIRISTY & AIGR., ATTORNEY -AT-LAW
/ practice In the N ihth Judleial DItricN. and In n the ;nh.
Gltes and Sllarem (aourtl. Offie at Covingto. and (reen
burn. n9 NI
.LARK. J. .. COOPE. AYETTE STREET
,v20N IN New (rran', In.
CONVER S& Co.. oIPOPRS AD DA~~~iRS
SIN rIQUO nd TOBAPC4O AND CIARS, No. 72 Iran
vler . d rep. New O:lesan. . '. Jr2 ly.
COLE IFANA. BRITTON Rc WITHERS, COT
ton Femmle And (:ommhendon Merchau%, 57 C;nondelet
I rel. Jyl6 lyr
DADMERON a CO, JR D., OEALEILS IN CAR.
petblgx. (01 ChAfh., etc.. ,o. 74i Canal ser.,.
FALP- . 'YAv. N. N, I I. iNN Np
OLI-fer, Fllltdtl and New Leven xtreetl. a22 ly
FOLGER & SON, N. C., DEALERS IN ALL KINDS
-- t ClUlbting and Fu lahhlg Goods, corner Magazine and
Garvler trCeex.
ABRE &P CO.FRANCIS VINE HPIEADY MADE
lt"lcung And Gentlemen's Furihing Goods, corner of St.
CLhres and Commn . treet, n nder Rt. . Nlmri$ Iinel.
IROlT & CO. DEALEAI E IN ROOTS, SHOE, BRO-.
gang, lT.a, caC.. etc., Nn. 10 GNInNine tAreet.
WtAIReANsS & CO., PA)PRIETORS OF FAIR,
banks' Se leaand Aýente Af LJ1lio's Patent Wrought and
(:hilled Iron Noe., n. Oamp street, d ly
-AIN.S, C. C. & CO., IMPORTEI(S AND DEAI.
er in Hlardware Cutlery, etc., NoL 26 Sag, in and 40
Si..l ]Lv a JJArMISON, STAPLE AND FANCY
KDry Uo.d of direct tmportSt., Nos 6I and 18 CaLartre
street. P N"
R. c.N. .sss.
I..ILEN & CHAL.MERSA"rORNEYS-AT-LAW,.
\ . ,i (":amn street, uip m frs, na tf
LORDON DEASER, D I.ERN IN FTLAUR eur
ner IHuvDI Csadn N ,ew CLee NreetR . Nyl2 ly
I..RA CIAA S. D & ,CO. COTMMITION F CR.
GchantIanid ImpOrters'of Wine. NN . N20 CustomhmNe reet.
ATRT[, E. J. a CO. ELES I. A ROCERINR
O(1 (L"OS, C HEMICALS, PIAPER, ec. 77 and 79 Tchoupt
]ENDERSON FGAINES, D ALNERS IN CHINA
-- ina, Ernnhe ware, eNtc., N N aNrNd NtreL
-T0II.P J CLAUSE GROCRERS AND )EALERN
/ in ,'etern Produce, Not. 14 Now LNee and I1 Trhoupi
toulnJ stree t. o251ydJw
TyDE & GOODRICH, JEWELERS, corner of
- aYNSON, GaO. W. N CO.N SHIPPING AGENTS
HL and Colmn.sirln Merhaunts, 82 Camp street,
-ONES.S . . C. o. SMHPEPN' ANGENTS AND COT
n",r l M.g ,,*1* NII. 1 N n, v lNNaver street, N .w OrlennI .
SOUN$, G. ,. N BROS., CNNIIIHNION AND> FOR
w a;rdin. N.-schmns, No. 2 Frnt street oppsite thlie(:anal
stret ferr. Parteular attention given to the purchssc and Sale
of all kind. of Western Prodcee. mv21 ly
MEARNIY, ALFRED, (NMOMISSION MIIERCHANT
DeNler in lme, lan.ls Window NGlass Cement. En.liy
Piltgborg and Poeancoln Fire Briek,, etc., etc., No. 72 ffegenne
street.
KELLER, J. H. .SOAP MANUFACTORY, comer of
S.. Atldrv and dIloVrd etreot New Orleans.
1 1 good supply constantly on L snd, d anll order promptly
T ]VOI8 & CO., J. DEALFRS IN STAPLE AND
Fancy Dry ;lcode. cornr Canal and Blourlin streeu.
| EIdGHTON CHAS., CLOTHIER, comer of Canal
an C L (T rle streets,
L VERI.H, WM. E. &CO. COTTON FACTORS
anA CnmmlAston Merehanlu, No. .4 (;ld Levee.
[ YONS, L. W., MEN'SBOYS' YOUTH'S CLOTH.
inn. comer St. Charles and mmnr street#.
China, Clet and Croekery Ware nud lHouse Furnlshin
Gfood., Nn. 49 Camn *treet.
MA.LARD A CO. ]., DEALERS IN CLOTHIINO
and Fultshing Gooid, Noe. 58 and 60 Canal street, corner
of Old Levee.
LION PINSARD. IMPORTERS OF FRENCH
FaPnt,.v (;,wrd. Nn. a6 and 68 Royal, corner of Blenville.
MEYER, Ml. H., 100 Camp stmet WATCHMAKER
and dealer in Jewelry, Gold Pens, Fancy Articles and
Watch- All Jewelry Articks repaired at moderate prices.
n13 tf
nMVUNROE .. & CO., MEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTH
fl InK, of all sixeu and qualities, wholesale and retail, comer
of Grvler and MNazine streets.
MOODY, S. N., SHIRTS IFNTLRMEN'S FURNISH
tr Inog GJo and Fancy Articles, comer Canal and [oyal
ME g. o, G.N' CO., WHOLESALE DRUG.
r git0t, Oils, Painte, Perfumey, ete:t No. 12 EMgaden:
,t-eet. ' '
MEORGAN & CO., J. C., ROOKS AND STATION.
EY, ExchangeI Ple, adJooinin the Po0t-OGe, and No.
l0 Commelel 1 Pace. '
NORPRIS, ..UL. G CO., PASHIONARIE CLO.
tigin nodFurnldlng Goods, coaer of Camp and Common
,treets, under Oity Hotel.
pIFPET d SONS, B., GENERAL VARIETY Stoe,
N no.1. I(tanal atreet.
P ERSON HARRISON o CO., DEALERS IN
Ptaolhin. . No. 1 Mfpoarive. corner Cannl Itreet.
PUTNAM. JAIES M., LATE OF THE FIRM OF
Hall, RKdd & Putlnam Cotton and Sugar Factor, Commio
.ton and orwarding Merchant, No. 58 Coroodlotl.treet.
sul ly
P.ITKIN, R. d CO., DEALERS IN CLOTHING AND
F urnihigGoods, No. i3 Camp lstreet. a27 ly
RAILEY do CO., C. R. DEALERS IN STAPLE
J nd Fancy Groooeries, No. 17 ITohoupltoh and 24 Gravler
REYNOLDS & CO., H. W., TRUNKS AND IN.
din Rubber Good,, No. 3 M,µmodne street.
READ, ]EDGES & DREW, DRUGGISTS and
Apoltecarles, No. W Canal sreet.
lEILLY CO., E. DEALERS IN SILKS AND
1b Fancy l)Dry Goda. No. 1tPatanl street.
_LARK STAUFFER & CO., HARDWARE,
SIRON, t., No. 64 Canal street, Agents for Poge sSa
Mills. a9 ly
.TRINGER, FB., & CO. FASHIONABLE CLOTH.
Sins Furnihing Goods, Truok, Carpet Bag., etc., No. N
Camp street.
T LHOnPSON t& BARNES, GROCERS, No. 23 and
rIODD, JNO., DEALER IN MILLINERY and FINE
O YollcO Iy loodms. Nos. 12 and 14 Chartres street.
TODD, SADIUEL 21. WHIOLESALE ANI) RETAIL
ee ler lcu White edard aLdZint, Paints, Olis,,Wudow Glass,
SiOd LenT. Bronia and Artista' Fio Color,, Tootls, etc., 9Mg
waine ateet-uew n.omber 76. .a 2
rWAYLOR, SEWELL T.. IMPORTER and DEAL.
o m In eFne Wines ind liqaor. No. 17 Royal street.
VANRIEN, GEO. H., PRINTERS' WAREHOUSE
10I 'oydts o between Cnmnp and St. Charles street, New
Orletns,. a9T ly
ATRKINS & HON ANE DEALERS IN CARPET.
t lgso Mattings, and UproLstery Sooda generallyt No. 30
ftmp street.
-.rAATERDAN, J., & BRO., IMPORTERS ANID
IealeruHs in Hardare, Cutlery, etc., corner Malgadne and
Common streets.
quRIGHd T &r CO., J., DEALERS IN PATENT MED.
eiines, l1rug,, Purfumely, etc., etc., No,. 21 and 151 Char
tres xtreel.
URIGHT, ALLEN & CO., COTTON FACTORS
bantd Co omLrsioo Mlrlehant Not 120 OGrvier stret, New
Orleak,. 111A ly
I.Et wtSlOto., PlrolttloRaid', to.. .r.0. IPOo OS. Nw, Otrleoans.
WILSON, POIEROY o CO., COTTtN FACTORS
and C.~blso. Merchants, o46 ,roudelet treel, New Oro
lean. x20 oly
RHITE THO. L., BOOKSELLER AND STAH
¥l Iinter. No. 10 Con., trelt.
SVARIETIES STLABLES,
No. 164 ORAVIER ST.,
Next the Varietiesl Theater,
ThIe undoersigned reopestfull gives Iotlice that, havitg pur
haosed the slye well.known Slables, he willl be poreprd at all
leto ounidho HORSES and HUSIES ,for HIRE, 0t th,
He also has now on hand and will contlnue to receive and
0fer FOR SALE, o stoeek olSINGILE slid MATCIII HOR3IES,
omruisig thebst sebo lectioloof the Northeru markelt. Ile re,
pectflly solicits a share of te puic pI atronage, and Invites, all
wo1l fancy e ine stock, to coll and Instpelt the animals now on
15t0 0 fJ. N. PRENCHI.
BARONNE STREET INFIIRMARY.
EYE AND EAR.
Dr. DAVIS, No. 8 Baroon street. whose Suo ees in tShe tret
ment of lextrleme res, of De2afuo0 , ImperfectTlo ofr vision and
other almcls ol the Eye and Her, ha beson fully teled In Neo
Orlensl, trusts he may, without improprolty, assure all persons
requiring surgical or meodlal aid, that his reputotlon bhall be
g.ObsorvO I--IIor. for consoltotlon opoo the Eye or Ear, 9
o'lncktoolt.A.M . . o,0
SIGN PAINTING ..G......... IN PAINTING.
U N I A 0 K N,
Plain and Fancy Signs.
HOUSE AND SIGN PAINER.
16...........E......XOIANOR PLACE.... ...........16
021 In Ofindt. tlb PTnt-Om.
NOTICE TO CARPENTRS ANnD IJIULDERS.
TclsnnI11.d Wnlb d bchcnch tntdcnnd
from thre the y butdyellol Pinne mpd gepteimber, fbr rls a
$14perM for ough, and 22 I perM N dnewd, in lateto sui
purchaeom
nltty STAR PLANING N1111s, N. Bacd..
R. LYON ·····............ ............. w w rul·.
TYON 8 EL CE, ATTORNPYS AT LAW. AND
.3-noDl Cnl.IItlnlg AgLents,,CAI)I, Ar~ksno, will noi.
leer claims in all the Stnouthe part of the Snta.
ReN.,Cncc-A. J. Tunil Cs. Campbell & St..ý, J. RI I
sid tC.., C.U.Silocn.ib AC . V. A. Vkolct (,.,R. 1W.
Rlcyno Secnlrg A Sco., New di..,. tIb.i .., Itohirbcn.t
Cc. Wm. Wray & Co., New York ;. I. UppInoql A Cn.. Phil
welphia,~ 11~oW
TIHUIISDAY MORNINfO, NOVMitBiS 17, i 85g
Mobile Intellagen. e.
No less than five fires occurred in Mobile on
Sunday last, in which the residence of Mrs. oore,
on Conception street, was destroyed. The 3es
dences of Messrs. A. W. Thornton and A. Philippi,
on Royal street, were also burned down, and an
old building at the corner of Madison and Royal
streets, belonging to Mr. Moses Waring. In the
afternoon a fire broke out in the Planters' Press
warehouse, destroying a portion of it, together
with about 500 bales of cotton, involving a loss of
about $30,000, upon which there was the following
insurance :
rmehenls' Inenrse C meen ..............c n balel wio
Tdton Inrea e m ................. . .ehles, 1nl
Nvalulon ,Iouroe iu. .. s .n..... .....10 r . ble, 7,
liromen'l Irlusee Compo .y .............l).I.es. 6,000
"Ala l i l.r mpn ............. ld m l e an .
Total ..................................6..en ISaimn,96o
From tihe Advertiser we extract the following:
The weather underwent a sudden change on
Saturday night, a strong wind from the north
lepringing up between o and 10 o'clock. Since
then tie air p as been cold and windy-decidedly
winterish-and yesterday morning we learn that
ice was seen in some places fnlly t of an inch
thick. The thermometer indicated a very low de
gree of heat, and as night approached yesterday
Ihe cold increased in intensity from the ;mld-day
mildness.
We learn from the clerk of the steamer York
town, that there was quite a heavy gale in the
lower bay on Haturday night and Sunday morning,
and that several of the vessels composing the fleet
at anchor there were more or less injured, Five
or six of them dragged their anchors for a conside.
rabte distance and one or two went ashore.
The ship Jamestown. loadig for Liverpool, went
ashore on the middle ground, and the steamer Bal
tic was alongside taking off cotton when the York
town left.
The ship George Washington, also loading for
Liverpool, likewise went ashore on the middle
ronud, bot not so badly as ino the case of the
Jamestown.
The ships City of Mobile and S. Curling came in
collision with other vessels during the blow, and
sustained some damage to their rigging-the for
mer losing her jib-boom and the latter the end of
her martingale, and badly chafed besides.
What further damage was sustained we did not
learn.
Trans Intelllgenee.
A BATTLE WITH INDIA. S.
The yellow fever has almost disappeared from
Galveston. On the 10th and 11th there were live
deaths in Houston, and warm weather had devel
oped several new cases.
The Houston Telegraph of the 11th learns that
the H. and T. C. Railway Company received bills
of lading of the iron to finish their road to Millican's
in Brazos county. There are four miles of grade
yet to be completed. They have also just received
two new locomotives, which will give them a full
complement. They will open the road to Nava
soat as soon as the bridges are finished to that
point.
The Jasper Clarion says that the wolves are very
bad in the north western section of that county.
The Clarion states that a child, but nine months
old, like an infant Hercules, strangled a rattlesnake
in the fields in that county, a few days since.
We stop the press, says the San Anitonio Herald
of the 8th, to announce the killing of two men by
the Indians on the Leona, seven miles below Fort
Inge. One was Mr. Cap Hurd. The name of the
other not given. They were killed and scalped,
day before yesterday, and their bodies found.
The Herald of the 10th publishes the following
letters:
LEON SPmIosn, Nov. 8, 1859.-This afternoon, at
1 o'clock, two men staying with me had been out
making hay, two miles southeast from here, near
the Salado Water Holes, at the so-called Pepper
Bottom, when they saw fourteen Indians. alt
mounted, going southeast. My neighbors and my=
self arc ready and willing to intercept the Indians
at a point two miles from here, where they must
pass on their return, as soon as we are inforined
that they are driven back, or are on their return
with booty. F. SIoMN.
P: S.--I have the fullest confidence in the state
ment of the two men who brought the report; one
of them was free from excitement, as he was con
coaled in such a way as to see them plainly with
out being seen. The Indians were traveling
slowly, so that there can be no mistake as to
the number. F. S.
Since receiving the above, we learn from good
authority that two men have been killed by the In
dians in this locality. We were informed that
they were out on a cow hunting, and two of them
have turned up missing, and it is supposed they
are killed. We do not vouch for the truth of the
above, but it is more likely that it may be so.
nsos CrsRU , Nov. 5,1..9.
Dear Herald: Myself, John Kennedy and Jesse
Lewis, with two soldiers, got in here last night at
10 o'clock. We came after the doctor.. At about
9 o'clock A. M. of the 4th inst. we came up with
the Indians on the Llano, and had a running fight
with them, in which Lieut. Hazen was severely
wounded, and I fear mortally. He was shot with
a six-shooter in the right side, and also in the left
arm.
Sam Everett, of the Uvalde Rangers, is severely
wounded, shot in the face and in the left arm. Bess
Pulliam is wounded in two places with arrows.
The Uvalde Rangers, Mountain Rangers and Lieut.
Hazen with eight soldiers from Fort Inge were all
in the fight, and all done their duty.
Too much praise cannot be given to Joln Ken
nedy, a lieutenant of the Mountain Rangers. And
Iere I will state that the world cannot beat Lieut.
Hazen in an Indian fight. All the boys done well.
The Indians had guns, six-shooters and bows and
arrows. I saw three Indians killed. After
shooting all my loads of I stopped. There were
only three Indians, that I could see, then on their
horses, and the Rangers were pressing them hard.
I have no doubt but that they killed tlem all.
I saw only seven Indiaons. To George Alle and
John Daugherty much praise is dse; they com
manded thie Uvalde Rangers. The Doctor Is ready,
and I must start back. I think it is about ninety
miles from here to where we had the fight.
We got John lDavenport's aistol and John
Bowles' scalp from one of thie Indians that was
killed. Yours, Jolso M. hMComeoenu.
IteAt,-Quseasas, y. Fct a TCLA , T 5s,
NH m ounetr, tnc19.
1Jelt. T. A. Whingtnon, Act. Amt. Adtt. ie0enm, Head-QOuar
tome, hepsrtment of T'exs, Srn Antonlo.
Sir--I have the honor to report that a sergeant
and private with three citizens, arrived at this port
last night reportlg an engagement between a
party consisting of a detachment of troops from
Fort Inge under Lieut. Hzcen and a company of
citizens of Uvalde, nonbering in all forty-two, with
a party of Idians, In which the latter have lost
eight killed and d ounded; also, that some of Lieut.
Hazen's party were badly wounded, including
Lieut. Hazen himself.
The Sergeant was sent to this post for medical
aid, and I have directed Assistant Surgeon White,
with an escort of twenty men, a light wagon from
smy buttery for the wounded, and a wagon with
aspplies, to proceed to their assistance immediately.
Thie anair took place about one hundred miles
froa heire, somewhere between Fort Terrett and
Fort Mason. There is a wagon road front this to
the old camp on the Noeces, forty-five miles dis
tast. The wagons will stop there and a mounted
escort, with Dr. White, will have to follow a trail
some fifty miles, unless sooner met.
l n, air, very respetfullyt your ob't t.e 't.,
(titet oe. sWM. FRcNCt.
l,,et. 5txJ. U. 0. A., Commtndtng Post.
The following note accompanied the report:
sOaT CLARn. Texa.. N o,-. . 1.9.
First Lieut. Washington st Infantry--Dear Sir :
Iregret to learn from the sergeant of Lieut. Haeon,
that the latter is very severely wounded, by a ball
through the hand, which lodged in his right side.
Liout. It. had killed an Indian previously.
Very truly yourse WM. Ho. FRENCo ,
linas QUvATtllta t.teT. or TeKXAe,
Sue Attont,, Nov. 5, 1859. 5
Tue TANS-ATLANTIC BALLOON Vovoa.--An ac
cident happened to Mr. Lowe's monster balloon on
the night of the 10th inst. During a strong gale the
huge globe was lifted up with a jerk, dragging the
heavy sand-bags that served as weight to keep it
down, several feet, causing them to dance about like
puppet dolls. A few rods to the east of the balloon
stands a small tent containing rope and other arti
cles in constant use. Against the sharp ridge pole
of this tent the balloon was driven with great vio
lence, breaking a hole in the muslin, through which
the gas rushed In dense volumes and in a few mo
menta the 88,000 feet of gas in the balloon had
escaped, and the lately expanded globe presented
the appearance ots-oollapeed misu of flabby rags.
This. aeldentinvo0ved a dead loss to the proprietor
of nearly 83000. It was to be immediately repaired
and re.ainflated. The N. Y. Tribune learns from
Mr. Lowe that he had fixed upon the 18th (yester.
day) for his departure on tie trans-Atlantic voyage.
PROoer roN TOsrn Auomluaas.- The Secretary
of VWar will probably recommend the abrogation
by Congress of the firet section of the act of Ass
gust 15, 854, in relation to the armories, which
will dea.irably place them again under military
supervision.
55A0S1N TBS AsBe t' 10UN " O.BB1 ND.
P~rem mse Wa. ire Patrioi' o the ijwe xi
treatihe following
we ree In to be w able ananon. t ttbe1 ~ b,
IWAOUFd.I ta
~ oe.,n sth "s
them f. l ,ste
twenty or evea , . ."I
slightest doubt but
ousted hnd 1SN 9-e
timeoy is overwhe elmg. o
The bribery and o ereoereaeof te
party in Worreenr ire :nemts
daloao, open and unbl w r! k
the Snow Hill Shield. is o ate edt..
them." n r c o r
In Kent county two officer. of the
were on the ground intereriog in thsei.
it is reported, as high as f o50 lwere e
Democratic vote. Federal money flowe
like water, all over the State, an si wit tll
influence, it hardly saved the party from ,defa,
for though the Americans were not waked np't
their danger, until it was too late, yet they caes
very near recovering their lost ground. The steps
of these emissaries of the Federal Goverment
were marked, andthey will find themselvo in an
uncomfortable situation at Annapoli next winter.
Again, Baltimore county was carried for the
Democracy by notorious coloniing from the Flei
and Secontd Wards of the city in the Twelfth Di
trlct, from the bloody Eighth Ward in the IItnth
District, and from the Eighteenth and Ninetheinrh
Wards in the First District. The faetaIn itheseeasde
wilt send the claimants back to ptivate lie, beyot
a peradventure, Deimocratl themselvee 4 g
judges. In addition to these, a latc e ntlber O
legal voters were wantonly hindered from voting
in the Third District of Baltimore county.
The Hunters, a Demoeratic fighting ltb went
over from the Seventeenth Ward to theIfth DIn
trict of e nne ounel, and by thl l~btp
aueceeded in giving the Demeeorarte~
that county. hey wereover a hundred tong.,
In Frederick, too, ample proof of fake voting
we learn, will diposse the Democratic memlrs
returned as elected.
After humorously showing how this will tase a
hitch in the "Reform Programme," to throwover
board the city delegation, the Patriot aidds:'
We bear It malicioulywhisipered thatihe Demo
crats are delighted at the prospect, as itwll relieve
them from the responsibility of adeoptiug h f
or modern Ame.nean measures, which they under
took to carry through, without theremotest pee
tation they should ever b tilled on t erform
their promises. Boliod'nt be`l .fe t ir~b s
It is just like our jocose frieen.. nldeedit
eminently probable that they are wr~g oni the
Reformers to demand the sacrifice of the American
City Delegation, as a holocaust, for the expiess
purpose of throwing off the respsonahilifi of re
forming Baltimore, well knowing tatftheir majority
is to be hung midway between heaven aid earts,
like Mlahomet's coffin, bythe Americacn ontestant
in the counties. If so, our opponents display more
than their usunal amount of shrewdness.
But, be this as it may, one thing Is certain
there is a sudden fetch up in Gov. LowI's Reform
Programme.
From the Baltimore Clipper we extract the fol
lowing pungent remarks in regard to the election
in that city:
After repeated ineffectual efforts to overcome
by force and fraud a legitimate majority of the'
people of the city of Baltimore, this loofoeo party
and its deluded allies have ngasin beeo. deeareu.
No one has attempted to defend either the frauds
or the violence that may have been used by the
succeesful party. The facts abundantly ehow tha
violence and fraud wore only.theresolta of the in.
sane efforts of the opponents of the dominant Party
to carry by force an election they were unable to
carry by votes. There can be nodoubt-that there
has been for the last five years, and that there i
now an overwhelming majority of thea voting pop
lation of Baltimore opposed to Demoersny and to
everything akin to it. Bat s asn excuse for their
defeat it has been the oustom of the Democratic
party managers, npon theeve of every election, to
produce bytheir coarse senohaninflammation of the
public mind as will necseuarily lead to some ,s4
tirbance of the public peace. The munloapat ele,
tion in this city afew weeks ago wasee meat
quiet aed.peaceful that had .been witnesasedat here.
for a quarter of a cesntuTy." nItasttli thag -
andes eo taendlirlim wares ba hiiaiI
produce a difirent redutittii Novmbr I The "6'l
umrs of the anti-American ewspapersb day
after day with incendlary arties the apeeelheaq
the opponents of Americanism hbiathiedohRiIe?
flammation and exasperatfitie.'They a.lflre4 fe.
peace, nut the oslypeale they were wiling to e
ceptwas that produced by the tame shubsioin of
the overwhelming majority of the people to the
dictation of a few self-constituted censors. They
would not have peace without a triumph of thei
own party, and they wilfully merdered peace te
excuse their defeat.
And now these Instigators of trife-ttha self
appointed controllers of public opinion and publie
affbirs, foiled in their attempt to achieve a leofoco
victory by snatching the reins of government from
the hands of the people and substituting an odious
despotism of a chosen few for, if you please, the
despotism of the many, are madly hushing their
vindictiveness beyond the election, to which they
appealed, and endeavoring-to introduce a social
proscription of those who will not bow in servile
submission to their behests. They urge this pro
scription against all the candidates of the success
ful party. They say "let the line be drawn-broad,
distinct, unequivocal, in all the relations of life, in
all the concerns of business, in all the intercourse
of the community."
They say of the candidates for Congress :
"If the times were not so deplorably out of joint
there would not be a member of the House that
would extend to either the righthand of fellowship,
nor a hotel or private mansion in Washington that
would be open for their reception. They would be
met at the threshold of every circle which they
might attempt to enter, with the indignant expres
oion-Avasn,t and quit my sight !"
And these are the utterances of Democracy, of
that immaculate Democracy which has for years
maintained its hold upon the public treasury only
by means of the most infamous frauds and violence
i elections- of that Democracy which placed
James Bochaan in the Presidential chair by the
most glaring and outrageous desecration of the
purity of the ballot-box, and achieved a triumph
in a mulnicipal election in the city of Washington
by the bullets of the United States marines--o
that Democracy that has everywhere rewarded Its
most notorious election bullies and ballot-box stnif.
ers with public offices-of that Democracy which
fills our custom-houses and Governmental depart
ments with mens as infamous as the worst rowdies
who have ever ligured in the police annals of the
country-of that Democracy which clothes with
one of the highest appointments in the gift of the
administration, Jehuli Glancy Jones, proved by au
investigatiag commoiittee of the House of Represent
atives to have been guilty of a most disreputable
fraud upon the Government, and snatched from the
prisoner's dock of the Federal Court Isaiah Ryn
ders, the chief of tihe notorious Empire Club, to
place him in one of the most lucrative and respon
sible offices under the Government. It is the men
who fawn upon luchanan, elected by tihe most in
famous frauds, and areo proud to place their legs
under the sane mahogany with Jones and Rynders,
the representntives of frand and violence in elec
tious, rwho bespeak a social proscription of such
men as J. Miorrison Harris and Henry Winter Davis,
becaose they arc Itepresontatives in Congress from
Batimore. "DOh, shame, where is thy blash?'
Eveu fiends must laugh at such barefaced hypoc
risy, ouch ridicaloUs assumptions of a purity in
which Democracy is and ever was an utter
stranger.
- .--.
GEanrrr SnrmT's INsANrrT.-A dispatch of the
10th from Utica says:
Gerritt Smith shows continned marks of insanity.
No one is allowed to see him. but It is understood
that he refers in his ravings to the Harper's Ferry
matters, and supposes himself arrested.
The Utica Heraldsays:
We are greatly pained to learn that Gerritt Smith,
the free-hearted but sadly erratic philanthropitt,
became on Monday last an inmate of the Now York
State Lunatic Asylum, where it has been found
necessary to place him on account of marked in
eauity. We learn that he is very violent, and has
exhibited a disposition to commit suicide, and that
an attendant keeps constant watch over him to pre
vent hIim from laying violent hands on himself. This
result, we hear, is attributable to the connection of
Mr. Smith's name with the Harper's Ferry affair;
many will regard it as the consequence of long.
seated and marked disease.
The Rochester Express says:
Ever since the dcrouenmel of the mad and fool
hardy attempts of old Brown at Harper's Ferry,
there hove heen rumors that Gerritt Smith was in a
most distressing and pitiable state of mind,
It is said that he has been constantly wringinghis
hands and bemoaning the fate of poor lrown, and
accnsiog himself with having been instrumental In'
bringing his friends into their.pfentsore tctsobeas.
Whnil maki.g a brief visittlteheighnorbood of
Mr. Smith's residence a few days slne., we learned
that Iis friends were apprehb. ethat his randon
would give way under tSe load of gritef aa and etry
the eventsof Harper's rrand b rhood has
occasioned, sad w*e a btea .a. ried_
to learn this moning tb t twhsefearshave beeanr
alised, and that them sigtpy manuis now a raving
lunatic. He was taken tohtle Lunatic Asylum at
Utica yesterday. .•.
"Ibeg pardon, madam, for my inattention, but
thie fact is, my mind is a little absent just now."
"Then, sir, you hsd, probably, better go and try
to look it up."
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bitt evprthe oo
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Is was bnei
dthe e aaerio m tll".Ep
withDwarm ow
Porerhaps you will lagh.a
Labrought doon- . tr ueg
cicatrisod the ewostnf
Don Patriojo wa'est
envrowhich means a ma of
whinfested, an wto ybody
ike a e l hggae a
at a I was guit of Re
on a co'e 0o
the exterior-sndathe'ia Ier
around a hollow quadra
which was by the" poner en
one corner of this qoadratgle. n
stone, was the hidingpp eof
Somebody had betrayed I t
gate the oanditti fou e
corner. The fight awe
oune. The amuraudei s d
old Don's people weremwslih e a
less under cover. .'
I do not know how it wae bqlo
account for it, bus o ppbose ' wan
too much frightened to styl
when, with a dozen of his
made a sally from the din
marauders out of-the
him, and became ans
ahead of the rowd., and s
and saber practice
fore I knew it. Nas
1 went down, and -an
with a lon moustacnhoths .
"cuchio had -his akeen 'n7
piece ofaheakeldwarin o ot
to my throat.- At tha stent
themselves on him, andI h l
tx inebes of cold stet, bai ]
the same offi for myself
Lte me; it was Dotlresoawhn
tmy feet to atch and force r
hobse. It was not o-cde
me found her.. She.staggerad a
arms, and, kneeling dozw I-hel bar
I did not attend to the fight: Ibh
I did not attempt to stanch thibleo
out under her left breast; ol '
tightly over it, and counted the se
by the sharp jets which every er
throuongh my ingers. One look in hb
me it was a death wound. We
horrible sickneass of the blow- -W
she opeied her eyes, and s iao
hsalpily! so almost gaily-1' ttr*
for yeou-I shall not hbe left' no ,
left Dolores-to fight-to lovi-,g'
have been many months d
quick-upon your heart-thk ¢
The attack of the m.ce
great gate of her fathers b
her murderers, and the
her. e
Yes, Mrs. Dallas, Ihoc 'thi g
stoant women - women' eooatai
Stranger still-thereace os eate t
ory of such. ,_ .. _',:_-:__ __
Aso ianu Dcotoe Wueosea.T flb
of gosslp to~giveu by the Boqtee Travee.:
f e hoar that a Nov r
folny rtsehld th
alet circle n w
of the Belle of
thatthi m ara
foart It O
will probably take
the presqepe o
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