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WEI)NESDI)AY MORNINI., AUGUIJT 1, 166.
LETTER FROM MI oralMNIPPI. ttcil C'orrespondence of the Ore doent ] 4 . ewr GloOv, Jarrrason CAonrY, N! , Editor OesPcnt -Soon after writing you from M' nticello u"vder date of Jane let, I proceeded t thence to this place, by Nay of Ilazelhourt and I C(ailatin, a d:,tance of eighty-three miles. Near!y one half of Lolo distance was through the large and populous county of UCopiab. The remalnlug "40 1 odd" miles were traveled over through Laurence and Jetfferan counties, about equal distances in each. The opioion I had formed of the extremely I poor prospect of the crops (on my way out) in pausing through portions of Adaole, Frahlin, Jel Ieruon, Copiah and Ialr.rnce cooutie, was '..t changed by returnig a different route, and a dtt-! to the north of the first. I Uen thought, shod !l the rain co:nticnue a onth longer, all 'or oi, ly -a would Le !ta. I enuue to thin concluscrion iht nry I on a o ount of the had condition of the :rope anl the Feeming truitlern exortionr to destroy the gra--, but aleo on account of farmers a.t laborers being discouraged. Manly were d'u.4lF's "i the propu:iety o'd rucharging their hands aid gýov.g up ai lor limt. But fertunatelyfor the o,,unt:y :!he hkir. bicrln to orighltcn, and the clouds, with it:, gloom andi forebodihng' they had ercteLd, d:- it piearci. On or about the l1th of June the lair,, cra-ed. The learte of white men and women torik freih aaull'.g/,. Tfly) ev and apy1ree:i:ht:d theW: r' catlhc slid if..y keew the only reoledv; ha,.,, ruptey, o'a:vation and ruon ncro, bfore thoer t. avoid whl. h .t that late any, rerqired a cr'oat amount of ek-il, encrmy aod peroeverae+n 'lThe reulnt wan do tltfl ot the time. In mo-t inotancr+, however. they have provd that with light. and hope, and a good inmght. 'hey were eqloal to any task that wae p09-ible for hvbrea e ,orgy anl d+ terminetion to Recompllh. But" alin", waso it th'e way" in the shape of a ' freedman's breau." lBy far the greaoer porton of our labor is performed by negrea, or " eot-rdc peopi'," an the law eoa':rn ted eooetit.- ion-hbreekee eall rhe.. low to etimuelator tlhi laeS to ac've exertii-n wsq a hard problem to solve. Adi was onertain and doubtlul. Each thought his own plan the hbet an1 went aeeor.dinly. I ohall not attempt to ex plnm the ýtolrue operandi parsed by different persons, or their individual eucaceo, as I expe-t at some fntore day to make this the bahis and theme of another article. Thismlouh I will now pay: There were men, you' g and old, a saeuetomed to labor, who mode good hondq, and there were ten der women, who performed trle duties of milk o.:i", e^ook, and house servantsn enerally, while S"all hands and the cook" went to the held to kill gram+. The result may well be imagined. The dry weather was a " God ;end" to save a wicked, per verse and inconoristent pEopie' from famine and destruction. Just previous to tie war we had two e.oe=oivety hot and dry Feao.na, and until re cently this ham been one re:gularly cold and wet. Av it woa in the two former no it will prove this year. It will take all the profits on cotton to buy provi-ions. D[roath, war, pinching want, much sufferinlg, est., hao not inouced uo to give ip our " king cotton." tWe have a faith. persistence and insat'able greed after cotton, to the exclusion of the cereale, fruit, and stock raising, etc., which to my mind is fear ful to contemplate. Excose this digression and 1 will return to my rubieet. From the 15tih to the 21st of June I saw several crops. In this ueighborltod, on the Inth, I saw several blooms, the firat of the season, on Mr. Stamplcy's plantatlho. The piece of cotton on which were the bioomenr was planted in March, the cotton woutld not average knee high ; the staed was not good-some low plnes, having been drowned out and abandoned. On the 19th I saw some nice cotton in a" new ground." Stand good, Al and cotton regedar. except in low land; average height, to the knee; well formed with a few blooms. This was the beat field of cotton I had then seen. It was on the plantation of Duncan & Iewell ; but.that a wrong tmprreaion may not bo made, I would state that they had another field of cotton, compeoed paretv of old toed and party of I new ground, that would not compare with the nrst, being much inlerior in eize and appearance. TO On June 22d, 1 traveled from here to the bend, a large bend in the Iississippi river, below Rodney, to the mouth of Cole'o Creek, a distance of fifteen miles by the river. Along this route I saw crops of corn and cotton in every conceiva ble state f-etaltivation and advancement, counid erlng the semeon, from good to bad and indifferent. Some were plowing the mldd es out of the cotton, C which tele it clean, escept in the drill; others again were moulding where it had long snce bcen scraped, and wa. vary foul in the eriol and middle. Again,l Itew cotton struggliog wit weeda, gra-e and hnrrs for the mastery; at as I saw a platroon ter more of sable fierld mar-hol coming to thle resc:;c, I take it cotton wouhl soon be nmad kng. In tohe rear of therse, and formug the eecond line of lat- J tie, were a body of horse. end close in the rear of these were footmen, whose owords were bh ate-n o into pltowsharhe, or at leaot had clanged the sword for the plow-hare ; aed though there were some halieg and ohuffll ng ilt the rank,, I blelicec the enemies of king, otto will finaly be ubd-,led, end the ekdlh.re get up in time to receive their- slhare of the sreonils. On the alloi.el latos it the bend I did not find crops mnch more promicing than in the hills. There are seveo places in til bend, ill wl-tc or in pat, In cultvataion They are tIe-ed in all round, and dod not n ffer from overflow, but from rain very mech. I have be-n in the. bend fre quently in yearo grne ley, berfoe the war, and neer knew tto-e ptlacer t, fail in a cotton crop. l have eenl cotton grow there that could not be reached to the top by a loan Hilng upon the bck of a tall hotse. 1 have seen th-- hmbh toeked or interlacerd io sevenr and eight feet rows. 0o thlt the haonde coltd not pars through with lt lhreakiog the limbs. Knowing the stre ngth and productive ness of the sril at that point. I expected to see tine crops, ir nowheree else In the couty. I did not see but one crop that was good. and though small for tae season and land, it was clean, and evidently in a healthy and growing conliton. Corn atod cotton bteh looked wtll. Tler lands are new, freoh, and free in a great measure from all those gl'oshe thet are troubleae-,oe tie older placea. A neighbor informed me that they only bad in cultov.,tleou o thhn place thr.e a0-ree to the hand. The place lien in and ecoists of narrow anl shallow slongo or low planc,. with al teruate and broad ri -get lyieg parallel to raeh other. The dhole won plaoed, lbut the low grounds drawned out by the rain owte r, thun losing ahbot one-fourth of the crop. eOu the ilanotatlen adjoteinig Mr It. S., abhett eighty hlands are worked under the gnldacee of himself and two overseers. One hundred and fifty ocres of his cotton had been destroyed by ra u water. lPtrt of lla corn lad been thrown out, and he had not tin iched gettieg over .ia rcottol ths first. time since theta incs ce rd. He rexp-toted to get over he next week, need doobtlet en e--eded, as the weather continued dry and ftave.able. lie diet not expect to make over half a rc-p of eurn or cotton. His coitou was very selall and the .tal impler,ect, land it looked led,e bd was evidently oadly "stunted." C-t that nhiclh hd recivred the first wdrking was in hteter cenditi n, ant lhad begrun to chanre ils color from red to gree, and othe wise showod ligns of greewiog. On the next plate, wtc.h is we-ll tot with cocoa and hurmnd.t gras, so far as I could oee, he cr ,p wac inl veryt hod oeul tineo. Tit,. i xt place on the river, lpllhoad, the re.p was cnoc, bectter,and for the eac.llo meght be sect dowu as god. Otn the nent et robb's, Ito , did h ot t et" the cop but learned from tile Irhs-e (by Oihrway, to all outward appeaonce, one of Ilte olreoen-t gerell, n o ever met e ti,-but a Yank r, ;,,d had eoe rcolo nel of a ttsoeaetluaettol re-.ime 0,1 l-he iaf .rutd moe hint ehis ceo was far forn te in good and that te end area; rtotble witll ittir legroco. Tloey would loose- CGslet deal of lter , on th, ick htl.t when notteing roltd be fountd te ail tIet bilt a dlis poeitlon to keeep eonto woeil,. l, tile vietlntyet Roilodcy i a la, ge, aid prelvioet o thee war, coo eidered a goods doc, It is rultivat, d (il it is nne half or Iton) by negroes. The role lotked very tnpromiing intdeed. I'ate.ingl through tlodny and thecee alotng thle read leadileg near Oalteld Undt lege, I saw the croes t the hill teneds of Jefterson and Clabherney. nlu where previoab to the war. grew the celebrated panto uittf cotton seed. On the hills around and aeiaeont tee tiodney are onme ematl farms entivatead by iGermeae.and lri-h. Toe 'laedt are fresh the hills are ltetp, ated did not suloeroo muth froe the rinels, and the cropt are good. Forther out the crops were small, and lacked h nsideoottle of being.alt of lhe gtlrle. But there were small portions of a gectdly number of these crops that were much better taan the re maieder,.ad eould be neceonnted for le the early working It received. Tlhis was on Ithe 28tlh Jure, and the route t was poys-moeg oerried me aloen near the Claiborne sotd Jefirerson lille, rellil iuter eoetigg the road leniintg froon e'ort (tloooa to Fay ette, :ten Miles from the bitter jcotee. Here I olmanged mly courose owarda toy beliee, a dintatue of fteit-et mi(tes. Of t':ie -eel i saw but -ne good crop, that wta Mr. etarret', on the wateers of Cole's creek. I believe it is the beet crop in Jeff raou county. and the only one whetre negro labor ha hiten tn, d on an extensive scale tanywhere that will justify tile expectatieo of the plnter. If no dc-anter befalls, this crop oill epr.det.-e ftrty or fifty buslels ol caortn a. oeeene'bale of cotton! per arle. Front the td to tht vil let I eravenred tlle asouth ere and eastern perti,,n oee this ,ollnety. Thence I traveled by wely of Ce.sc.yw'ee l . t. e r kthavenr to MOtioe to. to Ieaurenree county. Retlurrning oe the tkth. 16itl, 171th, t.ot and t9rh, I trav.-led th, ,egh t lthe ceentral e r.o l - ,,rlC p. tto,,ee ef t i-i o ,unlo' 'ild w t I l Iv before -:lid ie, regtrdt to the eo.se t.id gebet for c,'er Y-eyt-con C.f country I have .eep, id het C'e": el ti.e whole elf f.. in this: About one crop in twenty-five may be set down, (comp rativt ly piaaking, tllt i, for this yar,) aS good; one out o' one dllid,.d ifi ! solnty a good crop; one to e as "to!er,)b!:' a tenth pert of one-half of the remainder a e.t,,, to tolerable, and the balance as medium, indlt, r ent and had. 1 then came to thin conclusion that one-third less land being in cultivation than was before the war, the remaining two-thirds, under favorable I circumitances, cannot produce more than half an ordinary yield; consequently, not more than one. third of a crop will be produced if the season is favorable. It Is reported that the army worm has made its aippatl:eei in Al:amo eouinty. If this eon there will not blie cotton enough made to for nish seed for another year. The " stream" of cotton that was finding its way to markeet on let of June has long since etased. In all my travels within the pat fohnr weeks I have only pean pit hales of cotton on the road to market. Two were going to Rodnny, and four to Brookhaven. I have seen a noinher of teamtiu going to market empty :ft'r elplli.. I tlien eonlletJat thei cottll ii v,:ry nearly all in n:ark .- 1 tear I have mde thi ooIhnI i iitlOU lon ing.P. Truly yours, aerfe. IIARDWVARE, CUTLERY, ETC. EOLGE . & d0C., (F. F. FOLOER, L. FOLGER, W, H. .THOMA.) Dealers In Hardware. Iron, Ship Chandlery, i37 and 39 dMangazieStrerst, Op.lite at. James Hote!l, . 0O tLs and aCnting,. Hop heet and Banr Irorln, nhoivls e nnBp.ls, Sheeat nopper u0 Zinak Pl.e, Anxes and iot. Lead .ipa and Shit Lead india Rubber, Ba:ng, deo and I'nckilng, Circular. Mill ml n_ . a- t sana. HARD WARE AND I as O Cn(ANIa LEAIt (ELLIS H. BOSTICK, FRANK W. sEYMOUR) Boertick &d Meyannr. Importers and DO HEAVY AND SHELF HARDWARE AND CURRYo STOVES, TIN WARE and TINNER'S TOOLS, BAR and SHEET IRON, TIN and TIN PLATE, SHEET COPPER, ZINC, NAIL,R AXES, UHAINS, SHOVELS, SPADES, HOES, SLEAD jliE, eiEET LEAD, 1AS PIPit. BRASS WORh oLd PIPE F0TTIitO RUBBER BELTING, HOaE and PACK(ING, COTTON WAbTE, Etc., CORDAGOPE COTTON and FLAX I.CK, TWINES, OILS, 'AItNT. LAM 8, LANTERNaS E All Klnad ofllteamboat and Rallroad Supplles l ad o PFlton. at and 7 Front trat, betweesn I-r1sr and Poydna. W I. W V ITTY & a O.. GENERAL COMMISSIONl , Recellvng and Forwnradin Merahnts, uo - aMrdwars Ageta. Nos 4 10 and 1inP 555555, mmsr oa Croiaaan, (t-M .it taha Oatam Hle,)l lew Orleam, L. onnsltnmenta of Mearchndis, aethea for asle or hltpma. w-l receive prompt za d crenl aottentioa. S DWA Z ................HAR.&DWAR., i. J. MULAa- I 0o., Wholesale Bealers Ba;Vy AM)D HELPF HARDWAtE AW CUTLERI .gents for i HOWE'S MN ARD SCDLE00. ta anmmon asist. Nom Ortla. _C CIGARS, TOBACCO, ETC. J A. PEENANDEE. -tnoare or H A V A N A C IGAB B, No. 61 Common st0. t and No. 0 CGael street (or m) EW RLENS CHAMLZ U. V MEPOEL * C0. DEALER IN fBL All klnds of LeafEd Manlarwturebd Tbawco NEW OBLEANS-iL EBBBOIBOOsltO. ST. NOOS-BE BoYllRK-102 WStrOO )BRXPEIS r YOCF r.oo*. OJrOi. (. WALNE * (10., ( tHB08. 0. WALSH, 1GB o0 IqBIIR00B. VS.; ARTECS OODNELL, 10 o. Monlogower, At.-4 TOBACCO AND GENERAL (COMMISSION MERCHANTS Cower or GaoleR l O Nag LIar. Brem.,. Geoneral HoT T. HBay. NBw OrleIan, L. Mess. MDBaI.l A Irby. Lynchb.eg, V." B Mo.or. OhsitiLong a Co., NorYeo.0. 75 GRAVIER SREEBT, nW1holesa DeImRt t o04d Impo15e0 Bf Eat... Cog..., V aOBIBI. .d WeOren TB "e bsoco Imp ontbOIty no haod th bestbrtdso f Ithe OLD DOMINION. L J.4 UA. S if Implorte of SHAVAVA CIGARS, LEAF TOBACCO AND PRODUCE 64 OmmonBI street. Botw.,on Maeg0ln0 ad TehooO1i.0, i, Boo OeIIooe lrO I OPOIB. SB 001. PLUG CHEWING TOBACCO, or t he1 No 10o.6 oo *Brect. GA 0hE1BTEET re- New I1IATS, s LaC. -d - he ad E.a II B. "* NEWNaLL~ gli WHOLESALE DEALER IN ROOTS AND SHOES, tre P~rienxr atoitin padoPatton order P.00. Ikoho pall B'Iro.. ·oedBO . too" JOHN to. COULDN. AGENT I1y BOOTS AND SHOES 411 WHOL.ESALE, o o. N MaEBRSBINe strBeO. at- NEW ORLEANSie tel4H SAUTELS. log MERCHANT TAILOR. wn N.. 167 Cawsaoa BB.BNf7 500 (Betwee Coeoo4.tet aEd St. Charle .Bot.N,I his New O.401,s fin- IBROKEIIS,NOTARIEIS,AGEN( Y th JOHN BENDERNAREL , C 0. DUQUE I Sote NOTARIES PUBLIC, 00. 400 0014 slily COBmtoRIoO. of Deeds. Woe.. Iir Rvt For the States of SLU to vine Ne,, Yack. Atoaboo., tMlooi~opoAl Kootohy, a. ooaoeo. Elooool 1400, 014qlfio0,.. 4. Hoophleo. HodoI]land, Iowa, N. 04,011.1 t:,.1 WIsooooin, Miot,,.,,, Boa.... Ca'Ifoollo, Boo. 4 N,,N. MO CocoadeloR b.reet. , r'rite 11o1 U VP STAIRS _____ ttre ut LAND AND COOLLECTIG OFFICE I" SUMMIT, PIKE COUNTV, MISSISSIPPI. n to 10.41 W. It. GARLAND A SON., had Aae Opend s ,foca i .umm. ou te N. . J &G. N. 4.4~y R , 0400aot the w~olooooln and .,It0o 0.0. 004 04,aad It> 4,t44004440000 Luioot, Poe oar4 h 000n0 r000 hor Kce. woul0 y.I 0.foooo.-oo- o .. Shaorl0k0ycd H1n. 0. Verger 0044- Jackson, M0400.; n0te 4l040y '0 0x o r.'e S0.pter 0Lam - co40 Ito J. Coleo, u Di.00444 Ol oo,0o,-,o 40",01 Boohstoo A I'P. V00- Ny G V,,oOd 0h,,s, Va. II It 444,00 . 0440,410 p., , It d.:o and _' .ýail9 A o.,Philadelphl.a Colt- DI M OMOAR. ro GENERAL MERCHANDISE gBOBEE, and G N NERB B B AG D CO LE C But No.l& No,. OBIWES. OBO ["f ao~qo 04.500 Nepw00O Orlea 40s 4 The- A Bordleea flt. at A Seqg. oooR11 RB Noo oe . 17 aalS 1,401 oud I GENEtRAL AGEOYS SO AND CUMBLECRN MECAT 5 ae Noe. 7R.E Julwia . t. Ne..Ba. . 004400 Nw~.a~ 0,1,,,, 00- o af o Eed WRtA, E. L LCEARNS, NoO. C a . e.o inty R Spea. attm tl~llen give-v Mild..'u and Sktppon Orden f u3,I .01umbar. N toi oo, de .llr 0000400.el 410 COA-J~~ll.Lr. -W(SOI)-L (I. n.SmHFar Il. -o fifly- Pe.o~ HnAI. LORIO A CO., Editors.D. i. 6 lrtye, T..Rrs-One year (in a.' c , 85 one .o, l tan Ind. lu1104- RULIERoL AOIISOreNU- ANed LUMBeROtnlnso M bRnAN, 1r, For 00 of l and -oJBalB . ... papr, not roo NEW 1OR1 o ·rEANS. 1110 SpooW lib 01410 lco o o Boaldo,,' 0 o e d0ertl Od LoooAoe.0ti400400.044e for 4040001S00,la,000a00 fa0. .ad aaCOT P. P.. LORIOACO. , EdIt. dvaft hemeny n ot tlhhrj o'o p hos i t ime , 10,jr 00 il 0 SI 06. Soll o lo o00Onda oo, p Hmn 0040o tbi- ,~o.No Plr 100le0 odtol000 10,1 fool . gsc THLPTIIdp0IEo1~bB4GB0S1.P0Ot0 SEI)E.CA L. UUNM' MT. DOMINGO BITTFP-R RUBS', RUBS,' RUSS,' RUBSS', RUBS', RUSS' at. Dominge Bitters, St. Domingo Bitters, at. Domingo Bitter One of the most va.nabe combinattos of a uaefnl medicne andanagreeablebverag that .' ever been offered to the pobllh Millions of bottle, were sold thro.ghout the North durlng the last fronryearn, and, wherever Introdncad, It bas M proven a weecme ddition to the invlid's table, he family circle and thebachelnr's lidebonrd. Ladies whohave lo't strength aUd ptite, and nuffer from naue.., vomitn an.d Ivertgo- Geatlemen who "don't feel very well" lust efore breakfeat or dinner, wouse stto mno 1e out of order and system is gene rmly deranged- Mothers weaning culdr aend ,atertig from general C debility- Children of sickly nature, nad sour, dyspeptic constitutlon- Travelers who have occasion to ehsnge their water, and All who live In malario-. district,, and are subJect to mlu tomatic inflnenv, awill find one of the moat val.ble tuitin and invigorBtore that can be taken, o P.USS' ST. DOMINGO BITTEc B. TRY THEM BUT ONCE. IRnu' t. Dlomlln to Pne,. Runs' Arrsek Ph.Nh, MADE HEOM BATAVDP RICSR RSes, Me taa ,Punch Rau' GIn Cocktail, Ruse' Mint Julep, RBu' Brandy Coktail Buns' Bourbon W.sky CocktWIi Thmot dsmghtfm l onnoctaons that ever temea mal'' I tas pthan any teeay 2 tdrlnl e world BLACKBERRY BRANDY, RASBERRY SYRUP, GINGER CORDIAL. LEMON SYRUP lso on hand aid manufactured to order. Ras Co.. No. 84 Bey street, New York Bold whels b J. H. CA.RIT, Co JAMES GONEGAL And by si Grera and Dmrna SUCBIIAPFIL MEDICAL TREATMENT. S DR. HOWE'S DISPENSARY, MEDICAL BATBS AND ATMOSPHERIC SLOD No. 1E Barone Street, near Canal, Now Orleans ý Bp DIspensary. l Remedies prepared and furxlrhed for Ana, Fevers, Diary ý ben, Dyosetey, Billiousness, W-lanes., Fumours, Female Ob .tractions, Irreglularities etc.-promptly F~celonu, and re, liable, Medical B lhs. The electroma~gnetic, the-1~r, Turkisih, hot air, vapor, spirit, C fame, sulphur bnd shower daths are used by him, wheb77L7.7 carp, with great success, in lbhe worst forms of Cotaneuve, 0lcerative. SeFulousl., Rheumatic, Neuralgic, ercurial, Sypbiltic and sit Dll..ssa from 1lumors In the blood 1nd m he.ltby condition of the skin and kidnoys. Atbm, pherli BLood Reg laptor. Atmospheriepreasuro to removed and en approach W a vaceum I. Induced arond the humor body, or any of Its organ., limb. orpat.,tby whch hb bcircul .1. sl ontrolledand regullted, and locl conae.L7on instantly removed. Ito use enlarges Lna invigorati eakshru.nloken o paraytic limbs, by ldntucing ! vigorou. circulation of bood throutb the pLb t and in a .pe..dF remedy for impotency, Atrophy, Spermptorb.e, Nt SemnlDnl Dergtooat, Catarrh of tb. Bladikr, Incontinence of Udne, bithout f.11.r. 0*7o twll o LppILaltions .01 can. L arose the meet incrednolle. a Youn.g MeLn, and others ottIher Se., Can obtain speedy acres ter the wnorst forme of the disease. of INDISCRETION OR MISFORTUN ,. Impotency. Steitlity, Ulcers, Erupt.0., RNtoeb., HuL, F.ebarget.. 8.. le Gland., EBnlged or Painl Bon.., etc. of recent or long standing. SFietnlln, Fissure and Piles Removed and ctred radically, without uoltg the B.l7. Ofi hour, from 8 .8. to '8 . X. 11,811tatiofre. Treatment cash, but resonaoble. F c LEANIRE THE BLOOD-. With o t, disordered or vii.ted blood poL are nick all over It t wa may nrrutout i P mpes, n more or tosome attir dlenaee, er it ma keep you Ilbrlns, depresb t sad 1, form Il thing. But you :sumo[ have good burlrh /h. Junu Wood b. impPre. Ayer'.. BSF.pFltL'l Pnrgee out these itepnritice and aimulatea the organs of life P7. vipnmu acibon, reltlil.g thLe ,Lhtolttlh d Lb .g ll gt. .7 e Fe. Henc. II t opadl torch a v11tiLlely . mpl7 si,.bs.whi to..tdy Imlrip y of thp boiL, eaIh ia p,.,ful7 P IiillK' Evll. 'Pnmrie, L Clerrd Sur-. Eruptions, Pimple., Rolla, " Hlotbpb, FL Antlmou y'. Fire, Lot .7 Ltryaipa.., Tat ,r or sal Rb7nm, Scald ILiel. RIng, Won., Vo, , or C,..enot T ot-. St. Eye. Female Dlao s, a ch Lo - tln... LI. I gIullry, IupprOLILou. WhLLI. Lte.lltyg also Syphli. or Va I Yral Liveries, Livefrr Cumpl muss and limn, Dinaaes. Tr AYER'F FARBAPARILLA. And s., for onroelf the l oyrldleg .OtletLy wth hblbh It 17.....l lhtbL.ten kd cures Lh01 ,.orders 187.1.. tLL~y.IoL Lhe public bare Lb.n misled by large bat. ties, rrtepoin tc plra q art of RlttTP~t of .araxparttl· for sae.dollar. M I et u thec Rev ben fr77 p. t he sic kl.lI for they .ot only actalu 1 Lb7l. , ,f. RarsI.7rillp.Lh bkfee no - ....Lopmp. e.51.1 Lb.L..r. Ha..e. bittLer dbpppF·bdolu , It.. follow ed tbe LL of the slcion s ,racu o" LL.7.4....yllL wich fhloo tb. e u.nti r' t ham. Itself fire boon .am myL gpmymmnnaaddidmp06111M and `h- till we -U ibis conr pF'diL.Wtbi kbugdll o,7 and i tteod to bF7.L suts a remety a ebrll~etdus the pro+e Romr e toad of obbrquy abiih rent Nt uppoon it W think we ha e tnlld· for It mplg n es virtues herein sae rreif~tibl by the iced any et of the elutes n G LLLenLLdtu coca Wecan only .lrLso.LL7.k, that L e offer tb.LItb.betll alterati...wtmb weLL.now lures [l pL le,, Ld re have reaon LL, baLL.. It L* by far the .H .OLL.s p..fi., ur the bloodyy tdi foW'rd b. anybody - AYLR'LL.nHl.RL PELT7OLAL· s. anlr.L7ly knoL n Lto LrpasLv.Lry othebl7LLd7 rnr ilcFcar e7 LI ogb., Clds, hbfiven aH,1*L7.. 171*, B.,IrLibL. [alpL.t Oor L.mp LT, tlonI sd fm t.e re.1.7 .0o.mp.. Pa.amalL In .1.7.ed dent ol ftbe I7L* Ls..,,., bL b l,,I,.M he.re ro ·p7.,L .l LrpLld by 7J. C. AVER o., Lo1.s, lNe,*.. ald told db N.J. HART t CO.. New FFLH.. - -- - F7.LL 'j'ATTEEMALILB *TABLES. N.. 193 HEAVIER STREET, NEW ORLEANS, 'm. OREF AND UFIOOGIESTO HIRE NORIRA KEP? ON LIVERY e PHILIP LNERR xr M lER MILZ.............i.L.......... uL Jt arrive from Hemnaky, 'J of t . IeLE.v nr at lie. I ICeh wil 4a wells o bit at once ti.tll 71 Hahso nn-I at. DR J. HLL -P nl)."oppaetc-·t.oorgerJ to FANCY t(O DSW(n IA STII IN(U, EI'C FANO. AND 5TAPLE DEY GOODa. FANCY GOODS. ARTIFICIAL FLOWER. RIBBONS LACES, --,m. Boots and Shoe. S. WITKOWBKI & CO. ................M an zl e Street.... ....... BETWEEN POYDRAS AND LPFAYETE. A Ooatry Dealears :i: ~d ocr Sott of ea aoe ta GooaIde upC e aad eblr abe. LIt iu BEEN BOUGHT SIWCE THE FP.L IN PRICOES I TWeuty.7oe Fer Cent. YLower Thn the uaAi pace flor tho aaC Goo. S Ca . asnd sae Sta r bfoaae par aiab eiewheebat. & WITKOWSKI A Co., El Maeutca .tres f G. W.HANO ER D 00.. . (LATE NORTH, DETHIL & CO.J Importers ad Wholeaule Dealers In DryS Goods, NOS. 11 AND 18 MAGAZINE STEET New Orlens. HoTKLS AND RESTAURANTS. MOBE 'S BESTAUXANT AT THE LAKE END OF The Old Bayou St. John aad Shell Road., Is now open for the reaeption of Ladlas ad Gant'emen who wsh tohindulga a n GOOD LAKE DINNER, the Shall Road baeg in paerfct ordr. The beet oaa in the country are aengad by the pro prlator and AI WINES AND LIQUORS rll capare fa vor ably wtbthhbhef nmyaseatablajant in New Oarles or on te Lke Shaor Terms moderatse and accommadations for amills antmr pued B. MOBEAU. Propretocr. MIUS TSM HOTEL-THE UNDERSIGNED Proprietors o Muphy's Hotelf No. 93 nd 1008lN Ohsrle trt harSby notfy theapbl hhthat they wi Eand It to their seaAe to tall anI see them before gotng elsatheres, sa thaay w.l| g¢tha abalot kind ao liiqua ntI ba At. Naalor Dainaers ad Meal alst al ld a eRtaat, oad Board and aodglngat a .perior mae at greatly redaad prloea M 1o NWA A t mdCltllY. MOPiL.=. PTJBTAIIUAST. Na. IS8OANA. BTRNT, BETWEEN ST..OHE4BLE AND OABONDL.ET. ThA Paprlra .npoafal.y Infortm ttdt , enldde the .ptwaIn wald, Ethatth aboa a eaa nln laaa *pan hrSthS aoommndatUo. sa th .nme olS pls; anad tAt th.t Inad tI loan nothnlg udons to nseaa a aantlnueaaa of that repuel ntla which It fai so mnyu yearn eajoyed, a ia.: that of b1Agas of the vynay flst Rsataasnt.l. Amo-I.. All the deliaAl of th.aaao wth th abholalastl WIns. ad Lonore, alwoays asn ba. nTA Proprttaors thnkl for puat faor t. aLteoatnun aHeD ol the O.UL RHODES A MOULIN. LOVIGIA niHOTEl, aS TCHOUPITOULAB STREET, M! Opposite St. Mary's Market0 .1thin one Sqoa, of the Texas i Steramship Landing, NEW ORLEANS. W1Term110Pe 4,31. d. CONDOM, Proprietor. ! BjlLOOll! HOUSI. : THE PROPRIETOR of thio 0,ll-knownsa ripouaor 01ta. LWhmea1t. iading his presnt ioation too000, 0for the O. apse him for .commodtion, w.lo the 1.t of Noo.mbh 0000, 0remov t0 Noo. 557. 5311 .d 31 Cns) street. Coo,, of Barsn 50,00t where ho hopes to be ablhto furnih a hbom to 01 his frends Ho needs hardly state ohat his Hable ,s nw,0 anever0, 004 004e 00d,.nd 0 . y 0 0om 00rt. hw iejoyed hb 500,r0.o LI MIboes, or Breakiast. orom o7 ,, 9; Dinner from 2a;Sppr. 6toL. t W ANHONOTON EXCUANOE. NO. li ST. CHARLES STREET, NEW ORLEANS: Betwoen Common and Ceo.)l Strets,0 0. (0/801O0. Pfoi~ttor. OaLRANN HOUSE CLARKE & DOUGHTY, ti (GEO. L. CLARKE-WE. DOUGHTY,) Corner of St. Chnrlsi Rnd C9ommn.. stW0OOs Lunch evoy day from 11 to 1 o'coc. 0 PjNtIOi--NHEWI1'OU MAt3iI.NEo. e I, F. C, LIUTE rib CO., I (Lat. Lghts, Newton A BRodbhoyo. M aROPO004,OSrs of 30r.0 CiOri: PlRo..orte,. Hlgh,,0 Premom at0th0 American World'. Fair and Rhlbhi I L tla of Ma inldustry of pal nation Ti oU.IRS tn r t tn db .O ?aThu o,0.hooool 000,00(00(000,001 noo ooooioord bp P. C. LIOHTE and nOUd, eRllT, Brohomoe 00004 4113,000, strseet, between Crosby and him. eYork Ulty. A. E. HL·IMAH -- - MUSIC PUBLISHER, PIANO MAUFPAOTUKER, AND IMPORTER OF Motle,) Merchrrdins. 6o7 CANAL STREET, (REAR DAUPHINE,? New Orleans. Wholes.), 0010, of th, Bl1.000. Upright Planos; 0. Tonn's (Late N5nn 0 Clarh's); Guil1 A A's; Wm, K..b. A Co.'oad other 5,nt c0s P1an.,; Pro,&CKA Orgeoo .0d MIodious, al ,,hleh err sold to0 D50l1r an School.t factor0 bloo,,01 rater. UIOH M MWINO- MAChANES. allIOI~ IPN YOlls Ire od SINGER'S Celebr1 ted ewnoig Moohtno., The .o.t relible and bhot Hosiong Ma(ch(, os red to the pob l. For 000,0n y0000 s0000us (0,ned ,he repoutllionof 00ng 1(0the only m0eh0(00. cpable of sowin .1a h( So of ma00,101, and ich for odrabl(ity .n040000(1000000000100.s100000 IN Souohern Agency, So. 7 Camp shet or THOR. F. BROWNE, Agnt, of PIW$SI S AND COT'rON GINN pENUIS COTTON 00.le5*, (FORMERLY UNION COTTON PRESS,) On ·ferieseLekoe street, 3.80,, Tiboopiloaota and PRe. 101s,. It OtIRCR4160ARONDELoRT TRREE. NEW ONLEAND 00 no0 prep000d to resol eCos.o. st0roy10 and foeon GO. oressing PENS * 413ON5. Pop,.,on for 0o0 VIC BEUA;Go 00TdA P ORA . s.1 LEVER, CALLIOPS. GAI KNOR and thIP= m 0 ropr001 to15 . PH,, o rleaNI, Orders an at th rem Carrony Ows, No. M rstie 1 0trr 00.30. at 0. Bo 030no 0 . Y (R I ot,.m .1a, wll00de :nr temosa ate attenflon 8 is f COTTON OIIISI..............OOTTOA SINS' and COTTON IS . OTN03 Ifer TAYLOR, 3NOW3 Ids, EAGLE, SOUTHEER, EMORY A CRAVEN. MoOCARTT E.331..r 0ott.3 Bins. t y With Engin., Hone Powers .od 0007ythi ng nES*tNf,, ru nnln9. and ready for lamrnadit ehilnan, JOHN B. FULLER. N,. S DOT 001003?. NEW TORS THE NATCHEZ DE OCHAT.d TI, To-WooRy ,0000 (,1pet IlhlsohsdooooyTo,,doyThooo. 400sn odoobodoo-ourn~oooogopr~nom 3SRooou. 00(05 MEHIlIN 0000 ADVESTRISRO, havln¢ a R m a~l elED lstin LuFORl DVg Rnd SlRn The Weolly Uh,,o,,t, a PFamil(y 00poper. pa Whhd,,N.'T Ns. M I.(:LdND .mo . ro (f tit le r eaS Pr Or J SEN.CA %.5 ,N 47 aovdefo tr.,t, N00. Oo-' boo. our aoooorio d og'( (00o the sty olfo,, Ooleo. and that p;rtj..o of Looi.oooa and Sl.,loo'oy (ordr00so o0 th, roh No. Orlao.. JJacksoo a0 G(000a0 Norse, Shobd. READ A tOSYr ton? Powisbh. and Poopro1.0o, Sataehs, 1ir. SIIE Al)i( AL.. - .R. MAGGIEoL'm PILLS AND iALVVF A NEW AND GRAND EPOCH IN MEDICINE. for Dr Maggle'e Pills and sialve. These wonderfd Medldi are now ao flmil. to the people As that but ttle Indorsement o their va us a Phye need be mad. Ths illlst of , r. MSgel oonttln ta mineral. Theye a do not grl. and they do not enfeeble the i.nm b exteme ee 's purging. They are unitersal in cretig , A VIGOROUS APPETITE: And c orrespodingly estretthen the digestion. They ste the el Liver, clrthlb Head, ad teady the Nervee. To thie who re noht familar with tile tes of DR. MAII JIELS PILL.S, A ar tnti bllious remedy, .te ft :towing extr-a frome aii,,s letta. .wlhe, i: Is hoped, l rtffdlent imnertnte to j.etlfy tiequoting of them here: What the Patients May of Dr. Matggel'ea Pills sad salve. , The tst Piie foir he:dathe I .eer bhd" IMy livetr workllie an er.e, thanks to your Pikt." "I e pleased tosay to you, Dr. lMailel, that I would net be ithout i box of your Plls for curing me of morning r.au sne. for the weord." tYou will find incloned one dollar; Your Pitle rotnly 25 cents, hut I .olnider them worth to me o e dollar." " Dear Doctor-My tongue had a Iur on it seery moniag 11he thebact lty. Ytourrilts to kit awy." " Itook half pill aed 'rbt It ito iowde-, and gave ;t in jellRyb myittlo ne for tolers morhus. The dear little pet was well in three hours fenr. i "I suppose it is h, rdly worh while to tell you my tbuned foot h got well from the use of your i alv Incloeo fiud 2 telut for another box to Seep in the house." "Send me another box of GSlte." "Inclosed and 75 ents for two boxes of your Msgge.' Pills and one ot Ralet." "The most gentle yet searching medicine I ever swalowd" iMAOGIEL'S PILLS AbD SALVE Ase lmost .hlvereal in their effeta, and a cure can be almost FOR BILIOUS DISEASES 5Nothingansba moRe productive of cure than these Pills Their almost msge inuene is felt at oce ; mad the usual cteoncomlt'tan of the most di*treesitg disease are re remoed. id These eleees .made frd m the purest VEGE FAB .E COMPOUNDS. They willnothbem the most delieste female, and can be sgve. with good effect In prtescrbed dSees to the youngest FOR CUTANEOUS DISBORERS And all ereptions otthe ais, the SALVE is most intvltable. - It Ce not heel .eseeally else., b psInwete ith W Le m.M , 'D eretles effets toithi erye ot l the evil. Dy is wm of Sp , D Ri DR. GIEL' he PILLS ad ach .oT nRDon aslL 1EO D]P9i.L ANthes-None ue without eedee grave, tad MGGwl ew Yor troutpl e ch Ind OeJon , Re Coehls. Isdtieeeis old by all rm be Dee in n throughoutIn Chet Steass, Ievd d Wehkpe..., tes Cestitenese, Liee e Comp eAt, ae DyelWA LrDnei oo leSrits, Ist Dierrebhe, R5rgorms ie. DOPs. Rheteetie, -s DSebilty. Selt Rhetm, end SkintDiseasis. Elach Sot Contains 13 Pills. ONE PILL IS A DOSE. L g NeysRS-NISS rstts withsut the ssgraved trade marerosnd ieah pot or bol, sigesed by DOCRTOR J. NAOtIEls, See. Esek, to coutitseeit whlsh Is feltnp. ey 5.ld by llt repeetest;s Daters in medlelsee throtghtut assthe Cnlted Sttes and Canadai at 25 Bentsper box or plt NIsNES, WARD A DO, Agesli, Ne. Nrlernr. GAIGHALN'S PILLS CHILLS AND FEVER. an Lt 2. Cert.in Orr ,.C Gallighnn'a Plls arehe ompr:ep d limpply of0 Vdgatnble Medi Ih: cinea11be ae 'aas . Ptt, ctn upon the RtomaeLI. Liver and Bowl.; containing no III enIi. I Worell Blue N l-, or any othr hiiue.4!,HbsM.. E The gret oder-lge th pro me,, Blue M-. or tother mfinerelsl, they wito ll carte the moo: ob bonerts cases of CHILLS AND PIPLR, SPERIEODICAL AIIAnAE. and HI NR,11Ir ofa like hharater. Follow thie dil-do11 and youinill do all thatI is .lsi-,I d fort hem. Try oe bux41dlbeu own merits wiIl recimmaed them ever alter ward.. We bare used GnLIghaLU'a Pills, end have never known them to tail to cote whi t' a directiouu were srufolled, and uobeal tetin ,lg rcemlaud the m to tt ublic Isvar: Ex-OavernnrA~fl ~-~asm r of Alabama Hose THUS H 4AT,N -IS' sI H n TI S. J. JU OUEJ Judge Supr eme O,,. of Alabam Mon. ROBT. DOUUI~i tY. Judge Ninth C1rcui1 C411 41 Alab-1a Col. JNO, W. ~A. SANFORD, Attorney Gene a1 Alabama. DA-IEL RAYRER, Grnd deer11111141 U Lodge of Mw eons. 1,41bma. WM. U. WALL4R 4hHrNiNRMntgomery county, Alabama CoI. . B. LIT44: AL1,. (ol. W. NAWI BBB, R . l.3 J. C. IRIHDL., New O74 N, IlRts Bpircad CtntIactor, Alabama, Otsorgla, 4Ce M for K. A. RANKS. InmminiMu Mselch. at 01New Orlea.. I" O U. MASON, Esq., Mayo4r W.etump, AI.4ma. Wh.leUs... Agelnt.I a TOS. WI MARSDE N 4 B.I4414.eNew Tob. HbRAL 5144V 4~HHP~lI.4,.s.II.HIN, N.Y. R + KRA I., RISLE;Y & TOM P KI N S, lu~lls , By .P BDNA"D Wlr'NRR & 10., LUU41 11W1y, b. BARNES, WARD & 10,, 4,, 1H11aua, La. N. J. HART s UO., Bold by ll Druggis1.. Hetlall Prlco-11 SO er Box. UUNT N PI.ptLE Boic Proprietors, Xumtgnmery. Als. D1L J WHBTi'U ZISMTITUTE- lAB RIARONDELRT STREET. In rear of the city Hall The tiBret aim atbunran bings I. appiness, and apns imples health of body rR1 mind. Dr. Whtis's xpsrlenae and Wbu.MIIH for 14 lty-Hs y"ss, IH arn 4BBeII.e 5pr4 4 inhI larg. dis., e t wI him to, tr imN 14 a vrt *N4nnR of evey form 14 d11411, botbBh.ac and chrmlac His.remediaerIt,,l,.thebR 1111. 14441 .4er 44d bl4od, sd. Se'l.b, and 4xewtiuna at the pUltIIpbIUm in unhealthy Shealth1by ca11 i1si. Instead of InJuing 4R R pI pI lte sys Itm or tbe constirtiHon, thIhy l4..4t d repair the lunel and wattus t thb etire oRgan4i.m; Wlih truly a elnunl mind IS a sound bodb. b·ThefnnUtateslestablilhbd far the care ofll mram andohulm U disealeses, via: Rheumrtfos, Guide, (ouoghs, Brunclllrls, Larys ad chfsts, Asthma, Usueumpuau, and all diseases of tire Throuo, Longs, Hisse. Liver, spice, Stgmaeh, Bowels; Coattlsosl* DyspepH.dN SHIaNI.. Kin's Evi, WbIB4iW4iols; HI al rr. 7111,1. Ab..RH. Cancers, Pi'l,, Fst1,1, Syphiis.nd Gene, Wb. In alRBIthfir stage., 5141144 a beradIy Blus, .R Sne I.llmpur1te.'oR th Blood, JaRndice. DOesoa, s of the .ye Br41n, Gollre (Big N4114 DID,.., ofI te Kidneys, U..,s DiIb.IB. Drop.iI.4 Dl..s,..., alU F..H Allm4I.I , W..kIW., Waitng a4ndNe1,411 AR.N BUSte, NRrHgean..*4 5.d acbhi De...UNio. of BpNH.. 1145p..lsU11. H Ryl1N, Fi IB Sptlems. We roers tbewoso erspttem of the lrlo, alI aorta rl ulcrs o14.14,1 r nWnlr to theb14.,Ienb Cb r. Ibi.mw I gels em RRRBBys.peedl~y .aoprNP.,,l14t.7.IIB One or w boors spRln a t 14 4144411e Rb 444. Whi4 t.e wqRauti7 ase wst ofr., o h bso yr-flsg.-ofteR Iles Now tHIt commolIR,.n 4, Br sspi again, be receives sells rp Nosrily end by louver a formally from all pare of the countr O14.RIBII, fr..-n.mes not1forgotten." n BARSAPABILLA BITTERS. r Th att41 4n o. rb. FRblls, iy nd 4 on l, y TMda Bo re .peIRNblR calld sto4 Bh Lntroduct1inl of B. ·rrnrprrillu nlttewr IN Thmat Pluunn and S af.. blp BUtten that ha l., brtlet Sth.II bithbg Ii RTI etradeIIMRB rleCas eipppu bytbe fsllewag Ordwes ead Druggists 1113,, 5.54 Co., 4S, R6 ad 475.. L.,...tg..t GRlERf *n P4.57 .I Bnd 1 TbhogpibIua urvg. toy g .J. Re* Co.,79, Iand 77 Tbho4ituoa .trnr L. Baea6 sat Oarles ad TcboclpltlolPIS .l16" P. Ailt A C0*bSIN 1 B94d 61 Old Love. s.I * Jobn T.M1oors o. PcydiRs ed N.w Levee.1tr.s Wm 0. MiIche.l. ,s. C' p ·nd P.1 dr4 masse. C... * D.Oling. 10 1 Pn7dr4. stres. T.W. MIansda. DrluggiRt ,1. MRlrasio md 41411r. rs- Turner WW· e, Drogists, car Royal rod llnetmhosnr U. N. MORRISHN. Agent. 12 Mapaalaelonan Or REHRVE1WE HVE 44110444 OUR OFFICE t e 5.' Co..,on Strest. Up lnIlrP. S1114EN WAITSl d CO EDUCATIONAL. C(OLLMIbIA FRMALE I.NTITI'f TbNNE~bsEE. 51T6.;.:n 166a:inn wil renl,1d -16 he 11':OND MONDAY bES B11115'E11EB1, 1516 Rt. R 1r. f.. QUINARD, Vf, s.,, RBr. iEO). BECRET, PA-Op51e65 se. DAVID P116, D D.. &516n-L016,; Res. JA161R 51. TEMPLE, Mathem,,.1is. Every effr t will be eM n aB- the hig`.est a4,,,,., for tercels educaion, betb "' and nonnm n Mal. Flofesrun and Teacher of acknowledged ability be 's been pmr ided for eacb de.parment. Clsrs6.ldnec conta g t II p16'66iar1 can bj ,bll,,d by 1ddr lnllh PSslpal, S. Cf stmbiR, Ten16 MIDWAY UCHO(L, CHARLOflNSVILLE, VI51716? 16 WILSON, C N I. Case, J~tiaa I. G~s'e.Ee., M. A., rCS'i. Va.) AasociaV_ Principals T~he .-4 sessiolin oftbis Wool will begin on the 9nt Won day fn Hbptab165 and will , luJ 15531 '1115116161616161 Itndy i 5 d 111pn 1 pr161re boys 171111 16sls snlyg ofVlrglol, 1r any o I61r Co 6115b or e r th b preci1a 6 b,16 5f . B-peci Beeping a gI ive . (,1trncrior I,, n Bonlrh Rtodies Tiara-ltor ,16rd and iT *hel6q, 66.b hr~lleas, 15y.ble 51, d,,,sO. N 6.bblg sod ae16b f165~ed o n16 6 oe.t each pup11 ill firing his a mrg towel UUI.bUN C.C t14161615616b,l15-6 Vs, .TA1Ei 10. GAARNETT.M.A. J1ncti65. n5'1,16110C,,Va. WASBINGTOI COLLEGE, LEXINGTuON VIRGINIA. 011. ROIBERT E. LE1. P s15,d Mbt CART5R J I sALRKIA. r rufe 6sor of 61hyn. JA111 1. U1b.TE1,, A N 15,161ree. ED E. 161 N72 , A. 165.. loAe c Modm LPgo:g b0.s5n Eugllrh. (r o be appointed-P.Pr or l Meri Pbiloompb.) A L NELBHrNA M .roteleaenre Atbema en CY. OLL O A lM. A. 161ror Aplied Mp1 1,ltict. L6 b. .ppsl oy.d, H A . M , P ros61 2 116 116ual P n5.6 .. JOHN L. CAMPB A M , A .Ylolnrvr Chemistry. 1)01)Y W BMOCREN BkOU11H, L. L D, Plfessor Law C.POW ELL riRaDV. A. M A . AI.-.1 Isis,.a L tan, (To be appoin~ed-Assistant Pro eapr of reek. A Preparatory 1756oe ha. been ijtit11ed. , whih ls 6deet, unprepared t.,r the . paRr I)·esa m l cy -We sIn~t rocrto necese branchs. T e e nl o birtn d ee l'nSDbl (1?tb ,hHP1TI6MBEO and 1nd611,6, 6161,11 11 I al.. Tob.1a-16itlon, an sll other College fees ... lIE " - I(Y 16 other eI6sp.-1, Snuto's16,,,, e. Fueb, Lightsetc, ne not, steed E 80 7 o For fbrl~artbe ifomaio o r for Cetavrg. · dlr~a the Fcryt J gtsa~bot l College. i rrlaltoll Virginia. jtHE LOUISIANA STATE BEMINARY OF LEARB NINI In. Comp -Pr- Cs MILITARY ACADEMY. NEAR ALEXANDRIA, Will relnme its exerees on the eret Monday in September nextandclose a eion of ten months on the 30th daytol June, .his. Tl he Insititutlo situted in the Ploe Woods, thre 1 miles L from lexaeddre-the location hMaig been made from the entire tate ch'efly on acount of Its haltd lnea aend abundance of pare Spring water. The Seminary butlding Swas erected at eat ost, and is one of the larget and flest Collegeedilcee in the South Cadets will not be receved UNDER FOURTEEN YF ARt SOF AGE. CADETS WILL BE RECFIVED FROM OTHER STATES. There is a PREPARATURY and an ACADEMIC DE PARTMENT, and tee BPECIAL SOHOOLS-e-o of CIVIL ENGINEEKING, the other of MEDICINE The apphnt for edmiteeon to the Preparatory Department The& MUST READ AND WRITE WELL, and know AMthmetlas tfare s Ratio and Proportions, Inel irse, and the redhmeets of eLhh Grammar and Geography. To enter the Aeadeec Depertmett, it is no y to know Mithmeticl ed Algsl. throngh Egtomts ot ti let degree, Engliesh Ordema, Geogrt hy, ad.the lemtetry Gramuar and Readlig In French and tLt'n. In the Aceadtlo Department there Is a Lterary and a BCIENTIFI COUSBE OF bTUDY, ide having the'r oint of divergence in the 3d (or sophomore) claos. In theLtterary couse the out ANCIENT LANGUAGES AND LITERATURE are thoroughly taught; in the Ec.entltlc eonrse, the GREEK L LNOGUAGE is mitted, and in its stead are taught MEClANIC AND PRACICOAL ENGINEERING. The parent or guardin must STATE IN WRITING, on entering his son or ward, which coure of study he wishes him to pursue. No one will be admitted to either of the Special SchooN- Civi Engineering or Medicin--who is not qualiied to enter edi the SOcctd (or Junior) Clan of the Actdemic Department. h It is t1: object of the Sthool of Civil Engineering to make pro h ,- iiC'OMPLISIIED, THEORETICAL AND PRACTICAL Iot EtGINEER, M Iad df the School of Medlcine to give a GOOD PRELIMI- oI 1NARY PREPARATION for the Schools of Medicine in New Ater Ork.in. a Expecses Per Senlion of Ten Monthe: M Tdtlion, Board, Wshing, Uee f Furniture, Fuel, Lights, P Medictl and Library FPe, Text Boos and Stationery..$( f Payable half in advanse, and the balanet on the let of Feber trary. There must be deoited on entrance a Contingent Fee of 25, so much of which . ts not expended will be re funded. It will be observed that the fees cover every item of epoense, qxcept Clothing, a good supply of whilchethe Cadet must bring with him. N.Y. Pyments must be madetin adance. Thi rule is impera tire and will be enforced In every case. The Seninary has now the nucleusof a resectable Llbrhre, 13n volumes, andon the opentng of the Next Session the SCIENTIFIC CHAIRS will be well supplied with apparatlo. Ut To Y ve the Cadet the beneftof the etiety of ladies, there I A CADET HOl' at the Seminary on the lst Frday Evening of ech month. The lIOP hea worked like charm during the past year In S tr olishing the manners ad relg the feelings of the Cadets, Sto i and i meitanieg good order and dicplnae. ue Cdlete are encoured to attend Divine Worship it Alexan dria on the Sabbath, being free to Httend the Church of their the chocc; and eMitlters of the GOoael frequently hold Service at e ay the Seminary. tunet The late teelon hlaving losed June ;1th, with 10S mattlet Ltd II late, and it being almost certain that there will not be less hro, than E Cdets present during the next Seteon, those deslr eys. of patronizrig the Institution are aAdted tbe bpromlt in brt, entering their eons on the net day of the easilon Etate or Beneechary Caetse must not fail to be present at the uur Lhegianlg of the Session, as places canott be reetved lir de e them. Ee In ase of an epidemc m New Orleans or in the allduvil dl.s rtrvt triet of the State, Cadets can pae n the vcation at the teml t nary.s ,Mb t Aeademtle Board DAVID F. BOYD, ISennieedent id Professor of An 1tr clent Languatel and I nglih Literature. RICHARD M. VENABLE, Profeesor of Civeldt Eiitary egiteerin-e. JOHN A. A. WEST, Profeeesr cf Mthematics and Com mandant of Cauets. JEAN PIERnE BELLIER, Profutr if Modern Langugnee and Litratvre. EDWARDCUNNINOIIAM, Professor'cf Natural Philosophy. etl JOHN R. PAGE, . D, D. feor of Chemistry, Minerlogy, epp5 Geology and Malrele MNt JAMES W. WILSON, M D,, Professor of Anatomy, Physio log atd Surgery. JAMBS M. BOYD, A. M, &sa.tft.t Profecer of Aneient Languages and Liwrature. ROIBERT E. RIVES, A 1 Pin, D Assietant Preheeor of Modern Lungp.gt and LLterature. t. J. M1DISON WELLS, Gover.lor ,s Ex. mTPrceid, n of the Board of Imx r uperritore Fi ± F'or furthe inf m.Iton uldrtes D F. BOYD, Supet:tondelt, Po.atffime Aleanddia, La t CO I .tW 'euim ayy i M iiltry Acaicu ,y, Ju;y t, IP10 INSURANCE. ()0FICN OP THE ATLANTIC IL SIR AirE COMPNiY OF NEW ORLEEAE, Nro. E9 rGravier street, between Camp and St Charts. streets, Jory b. 1714-This Comply I. now pr.epad to take FIRN, MARINE, RIVER AID 1LAND TEAN6POIFEAZOU. RItER, o the most Itlothi. terms. EDWARD RIEDEY, PFe.td.. WM P. KELLOGG. Viit P...dGG. B. P. JANVI 1. PrInE MrINE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE COMPANY, No. II CAIONDELET SRFSITEO p NEN OPOOKUOR Captta.............L............ ..·.-e* ~ With pritiege of IWIRaiR0 to fly, ra dditton(t t. "Accident " bminees* CIbil E pea. pared, (in ooiformity with te reent amendment of its cL119 FIRE, THE PERILS Of TEN BSA AND INLANU NAVIGAT!ION, At rae. t OW ad anTNR.XS AS FAVORABLE ittheca of tny firt cl... Compay to .Itty. JAMES LONGITREET. Fridel. C. WnErs., SIretr.y iMEiUCNIAlr HETUAL 1E$1 ANCZ COMPANY. TWe.TH LNNUAL TAIBErEL In conform" wtth the. ..qofr..tts 14thitr CL04wr. the Company ptblsh lhthe·.IIt s.Reme: Ptr..ttn Reet,.d ditlag ~th yIear Q· 1 · EMe Is. eludin ..WR4 mPremtti of the prt.It..Rm On rm Rau............ ...................6 .SUr On itvteisks ............ ....... 2......... To F,1aBR;................. .St.NA... 7 TOWrFRS. ... ........d t 3t. 14.1 I H Lew Pemium Uaearsd on the 81st Msr 1261 ....................................3 11451141 Rtained u tnlams...... . .. . mm ..,...~d~a~ bU~rrP I~ LiN paid during theteke: on Fitt .... ...........t...W.1. .1 I On Et'. R isk............... UESUU w On X.rine iss.............. S3I A .3eMISm Lg Texas ......... 815,33647 18 an 1 Kpai~od.. tS 04 64 gp IS If in Add Intertts" p Mnpa..............:'r . t .ro ............................. # w1ýu· F , et am.R.d Premiu AMrt y, N x...... 5 .IRA kr~mu.tntat 1* ~i~rp ha been atmrS44 ....................S Tbh cmpany ban tltefttgwtgAt c011401012 d..h..h...................... ...s5 Rel~lae........................ ]17 ,····· Jll lit e t7Ea~s .................................. :2.1 k7. UtIJgbtgtce..A .................... . . to, rStatS h, 'toru................. .eIY let x"tudser bN rdp...................f iy9~q Eas tI s m...........R... .............. *i1 Loe~i~ s"It.......... ....................... Rt..& An saa t3. OUatFPnr.u........... .sS w .rE·iA~rR. ......... ..... DWI pt 514.156nk900 4147 Unclaied Ineetdme Scrip of 1838 Redeemable in" oo July Sei ..........,......SI86663 hR.e URear4d FINmitIn t Slat Mty, 186 ......S... 1.3181,16 I0-S 609.2308 4 ,e RAI- ..........................3.1,606 STATE 0? LOmeBIAWA. Parish of Orleans, fitly o Nowt Ote.a, Bet remembered, thet theb5th dey of Juee. IBM5, beed me, th. underitlgned, a Jiee or the Feeam. In wad Is. ts pa.sh .efeutid. peeoo6eedy same and eppreed Jobs 1w - ton, PrTeident, and PF.Ci Fitechy, Be.ieil7 1W ehllt eSbm Mtio Ca Insuranc Coepeep ot New (Olieans, .he tdeg dell sworn liroer.4dltw 'dope. and CC. flet the .hore statemnt L jut, rue ad eirrot tm., pt ives boob eee~C~iDeie j~· bethe(h·dd·I or the Comepany. 3013N PEMBE13ON. Pe..ldeet. PAUL TOURBCHY, B pitlee. Sworn toe td .Cbubseted helso me thie~th d epfitetlS . PAUL W. CULLEIE. Thhd JetIsesdthW Pe e. Ate meetedg of t BoardCfDIretorseet held lmesh-daP f Jane, 1ilt it ase teethed to decle Irsleit DObdled IS Fortl Per et., On the RNlt SNaved Peettpdtt Peeenle for tht~e yeardteeOnithelietdtlC Eq. PItSyý b.·.q w~ Li..will be.lened o tend edeet %hefletedye1 Aegaytett Alteotpey onnd oterthteond MudEdy s July te heiealance -os o S eeee fulnlt. eCAelepeeear 1.5Iihtt Common eltrreo7 Ot elitetediite ocolpieel th-Ce CVI. if Dt$ISO7OBS: rt Ed. Dnpuseee. Jehn Peahe~lwt Daild @otttd, P. M espee, Pierre Poute EeRlid. Lo. F. Etoeeres. 5.7.ig, J. J. Feeteedee, J. Morgan Hell. Ohe.. tegsey. N MABIF*L M.&CIN WAD LBAE. INVUelb OE COMPANY. OF NEW RLEAS. Capital ....................··.......... WAWA" ·ef SSeurplus .............................. lt08.S . Aet.......... ..... .... 6018"ibS 55. Theitel egeiee FIPU..the etle of the EA ted INLAND' NAVIGATIIN. nraacrOas: J. W. Oolt·ene, A. S. mee.eede S. 0 SmB y 0eid . lUeICe, Sp. .c Field. Itl EODult.e.' C i.w. Oies. J. . F.l.l e li U le OhW. W. Lense Et. U ' j'1t AP Peld LOit.. W-eli.el.J the Peeedim LOUIS C. D'HOMLA.WUC Ceterul7. nr Phis Ocmp~l~anttncn·* 0505 " dloomn o TWENIRJ FIVE 88 CERhT. ilAC t ItdcudTOuMEL$ at OFPItiCE. Cieee CemP aed Common 0treede. ·· C,,,, uyMUTUAL INeVS&ECU UllC r- OFFICE. la CAiiCDELIIT SThEB?. in ( domeot of Premiums for the yr 1555............ 52!1.01 50 *0511CCt of s of h Oomplel ................ the . a rTh. Beoard of Tetllee bae e.w. teoie ttfy 5 er aemt. CC. ,rtICCC othe outstandileetiftetof lsup, adaISlhe Sl.Ceoosd llC~dly Cf Te l r7, 11088. eed bdes. lhert, M410d4e Sstripdividend ol seetly-8 le arat. j. loolee. ee. A. Wh~e. A. H. D'Ieee. F. etate. At. Mttdehbere. J. Leemite A. EBleli P. Asndeee J. Lea., lGrad. eea Oeobe. A. Verlaie Depel Omr GeUl·t C- OItS GAUeL*JDo Pet.dm HT. OARdAei5. EeuseOy. r' PLUMBING AND UASFiiTTINE n- JOHN S. NUeflMRUO. AGENT GAB FIWIAS Reeler I& Sae 5"Wsteree ID1 MAGASINS STRUTEA 0311005~ New Ono.a.. P.7 Wl.treed pnseettely end fSth"ftltytll order eaedtee., w tel. u Orerse left it a BoB . II ileolee' ted Detline La. bales. sllmom mea_____owla QI·O II 0 PrIVý ICC S. OtCTI.,I~~·N? COn· An·ltE Cf VARNISH"S REofbq~6~ USI. Ba.~r B8II8HB. EIS no. T6 Meelelae Street. Havala crcrdnn ..a.... W oro H AVAN A cIERAImIE..AVAl'A 010AAM I. tore -5 landing e x steamship, bestbcm Stu and Meal 25010 HAVANA CtIGAS, fi a feoiee.it'i-00 It Oseellet. C0b4li. . Upepmtee L Fi~nrr· prohac..u at~ll .....s. which ulll be .o'd a. th"C C. il li,' rfIONCCCCnu.iICOt xIC inrl Cd to e me a dCOL ,CC . HuCCCCI I,.I 7g,.eieetl