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THIURSDAY MOINNG+i, SEPI'TESItIIlR i, 1010. Late News by Western Paper.. FaoM WASINriOTON. WA.snsnaTov , Sept. .--Mrs. Stow, the daughter of President Jothnson, returned to-night from Nashville, where she has hero spendimg some, weeks, and will take charge of the White Ijouse until the President returns. (icneral Howard ii in receip t of reports from tihe asietant superintendent oi frcedmen's affairs Ifroa several comtties in Virginia, of a highly en cournaging character. These reports showh thalt in moat of tile districts the freedmie are contentcd and industrious and in the main self-supporting. No complaints are made of abuses by entployele, andau impllroved feeling between the freedmen and whites is generally noted. Opposition to the education of freediacen is de creasong, and tllhere is illt iereasn in tihe ntmblr of schools anid attendantsi. Na elsial or aggra vated catec of outrage are anywhere reported. In York county the freedmen, about six thousattnd in numbiter, are nostly loc,tled upon farms estab lished by tihe government, uit now lre-toedr to the owner- ifronl wototll they weftt cotftitatt-d, wtith tie stipultation that thelr oia,:,uptey bbytth freced menl sll not hIe interfer '+d 1 t u nlil .anuary next. In every instanttce thie owners have given ntotieo title pltresent tenants that tly nItust vaiater at lhat tilne. it is stCtd that the new seeCreltr' of the inte rior, [eo.t.l. It. leroewitg, has d. eotvered that Seetrtary liarltan, before retiring. hal tilled tevery position il that department, adl haid even made appoiutlents to vacanuciea thiat would occur a moth titor two ahead. Notwithsianding the abience of the President, applioations ft'r apllpoitenitts continue to be fote warded here itl large inumbera. They are of course placed onll file to awatithis retlrn. Senators Williams and Gen. Sellenck, of the joint special eotnttittee of Ctigress eotl retrenth ment aId reftorm, loae breen here for two or three days past, mlaking prelimtinary arrangements for an investigation into tile operations, regulatiolns and management of the cotton business by the treasury repartment. They have adjourned over until after the fall elections, when the whittile committee will be here and enter upon the iuveatigatiot ordered by Con gress, with a view to aitt early report at tile next session. The following are the units of fractional cur rency received by the treasury of the United States from tie printitg division of the treasury during the week ending to-day: Ten cent notes, $310,000; twenty five cent notes, $109,500; fifty cent notes, $162,000; total, $302,500. FnoM NASHVILLE. NAsnvILLE, Sept. 1.-Gen. Fisk to-night made his farewell address to mass meetings of the freed men at State capitol, crowding the floor and gal lery. He paid hidh compliment to tile Naslhville press, attrbhhting the difficulties of the late riot in that city to tie course of the tewspapers, de fended himself at length against the investigation committee appointed by the Kentucy legislature to examine into the truth of the Cinenati speech about the brutal treatment of rebels, and coun selled freedmen to conciliation, industry, frugality and education. He said when he was appointed in Jtune, a year ago, 2500 were drawinig 5t8,025 rations per month inl its department, costing $117,12 75. Last month 301 rations were isued to 25 orphans and three refugees, costing $156 25. From June, 1865. to September, 1866, 0tt9,748 rations were issued to whites, and (;13,022 rations were issued to blacks, costing $3100,n00. Eleven hundred and seventy three ablandoned fiarms were tIrue-id over inl June. a year ago, containitg cto ,573 icree, wortle 11t 111. ila1t m.t o itt of themt hitd bee- ire tulned t,, ollters on the 'condti iioll of the PrI'.i dent. Thu bureaut h.td paid all expln-es except railways, and transmitted $50.(100 tot Wahingtoo. Ninety-one t -e t-it hnntllttit]idred and fourteen black children in the schools inl tihe State were mitfiy supported by benevolent institutions North. A man named Henry Eniorn committed suicide under romantic cireuttta.lncer- by leaping grom Fu-pension IE id ,-. Helh (."'ie dfl~tlcl ties at Menl phts were the ciu.e. 11. wei t tot St. Louis to get the cholera and die there, thle came here for somre purpose. lie left tile following letter to hia witl : " J ar Lizzie--Befre these lines reachi you tile Cumberland will be my grave. You asked for a deliverance. You have it, though by a ditferent way from what you expected. Kiss my poor children, as a last token of their ttfortilate father. As for myself, I will abide by Ihe judg ment of the merciful Creator in another world. Farewell." FROM NEW YORE--RENATOR WLIIGT nAxOEROCrSL. I L --AnRESTED FOR EMBEZZLEMENT - OUEEN E[MA--NEW STEAIMSHIP LINE. NEW YOLtE, September .-lUnited States Sena tor Wright, from New Jrrsey, ilying datugerously ill at Norwalk, Couneoticut. His long illness and old age make his recovery almo-t hopeless. Geu. H. Briggs, paying teller of the Nassaun - bank in this city, was yesterday arrested on a churge of embezzling ane hundred thousand dol lars of the funds of the bank. Mr. Briggs had been in the habit of frequentty visiting and losing heavily at variino ganthbling ,house throughol t tile city, and on the morning hl. was arrested made full cotfeanion of his guilt. Queen Emmna, ot Hawaii. has terminated abruptly her tour and returned to this city on account of the annonuceplcnt of the .atilh of her motheri Shlo started for hoome to-dly via A pinwalA l and San Francisco. Thile steamer Arego ann City of Paris took out to-day about ;4,(1110,0010 in ovel rlenl bondt . Thie Presidelt of the n-s.lau Inak in a card a states t:at tlh l',,ying Tollhri lBi-g' defalca tiol alilo nt , to ?ltii.00l, belt owing to ln se0 ulitt-I hue hInk hollds, their hs will be 1, -s than ] 30,0 1(. Thie surpl I ie b t i over , :)0. Tile lioner steamuoiip o f itl-e P lic Lino tIottn shoip C opatny'r li te to (huit h.o , 'et o t tltt rilt l thirtiy-i o t tlto o dtnl. ilomt oAr i)tiltlStoi--0 l.P.Ni. Itleit odit TTllE Act'or,' fioT ýicto1 0AN bri'gll jointly AZ,l it 0Ol0T AIEROICo N NElS-0ECEPTI.O 0i Tto Nito o SN YFoluA;, Sct. 1.- Ieral-- Vlpari so clar-(, reponhir-eight dayns lie ion of the S bnie ldonmelo o othe war by Slsaitl Ilid I,een reoeivetd, hlit h0,,,-e wao tpoa floooi h Ioto odl odoeoa tee. floe i8ltl tlul oie atitlretary of Peruvitin indpotendetlce, won c lebrate in otgnd h tylhe orii sbohin atvcrealy Thrrivetl ion clada Ier doependeU ncilu Admliral Tuker, the exCionederate wo lt harl been placed ioo cl- rge of the Pernllib n navy, id otill stootly ooipolcd by Aoltmiral tintro, whI hao atualui cOmton,il. and oerulloeor to ind, ardit lay lob Seronceom f Tuoker'a ordero. Itiotreported Ilftot the katokS h1000 agreed to loan the hgoeeotoooo-oot Actor million dol Victla e ing joitly $252rom te SOUTH AMERICAN NEWS--t a ot or l CEPION OiTI, hiEWog Oo TlE lEoon IorloN OF waf AT ooALPAnAItlt TRlE ALLIES NOT SATISFIEn--WANT O1"ll HRMusLN EopeW YOnd Sept. l.- A Hericn pVports. aaiso Tlle Cadde o ay tte ive of thile follo nentg licour Louisiana, neped imm the adjlyig couit ws tie in At war upon sas: and her commerce We lth of Julyed togh ahiverspari of Peruvian ndClependence, wa eebrate nd gre cound sty otf Iah'ion in Ar.kOttno, td C noerued tiito ony 0o been placed i charge of tihe Peruvian navy, in still st ply terppos. hey Aall roGe tro, wol ha atual cotioetllad, and roiteusot to perliit fran ob scrvanee TIucker's orders int is reporteds that thend need to lar agreed to lon the goer lilduen tsix million dollowrs. TIl import ations fro il the wioltit ndlely do etryllnd oottly coin t I of Coota iol oited Statend amount for ein to ,5re fored, being tnch less thone olaoe rnd lu Enlllnd ald other thonglo too-an dirt WilE at popeirbol of lou it enionlfy ihEuropean, and itll Aderte rian portso. Bsiness The Caddoo Gaetl e gives tatle following d sour Sn d oi-ltgo nill Itr otoom le, olttoer r of belt toe fe tot tolt ullotO ho lilalnio-oI, tsoil ot oot rnot-h eagingth of ti e ui iho cropst ion Northwe. 'tern Louisiana, and i n the adjoining ill ontiush to A ikansastod : dit It ot lanhoi iwo y eolootialn f-to' Wtie havloe passed thIol hle. parie iofre tooser ord Claio e oni ool louiCitana, and the county ofn t e best pialtersn. pThey tilly cncur in tih opin that the aclldtn t to chlivtey the aot witho freed - neroes thi yer h proved filre for n canoes. Tlthe lhtavy ad d cotined flods tell the spring rettarded operain. 'InW, aInarIed tlhe grass froand weeds to taor-ne p'isusioe' thlir lelandare. Thiso weoot ehasoeeenn was ftllowed o yo two luolh. feedrohe owhich utterly dn stroyifd many crops of co in ailid ties 1llyg to the tiela-t of two-tihirdl. %toheo the groa lsa . WaSl'lmove IofromC tle ti in Cedt in (te lieve nllat over a or0 h of a crp, tere,, isa the Jlemphls L',,lnnercia 1. • MEI)ICAL. RU"S' ST. DOMINGO BITT -R- - RUSS', RUSS,' RUSS,' RUSS', RUSS', RUSS' Ut. Domingo Bitters, St. Domingo Bltters, st. Domlngo Bttler One of the cmot valuable combitatlont of a uheful medicine and an agreeable beveragethat ha ever been offered to the public. 31ilions of bottles were eolf'throtghot the North during the lat houryears, and, wherever introduced, it has proven a welcome addition to the Invalid's table, the family ircleand theliaehelor's sldeiboard. Ladlea whohave lost strength and appetite, and suffer from nausea, vomiting and vertigo Oeutlemen who "don't feet very well" Just before breakfast or dinner, whose stomach is out of order and system is gene. rally deranged SMothers weaning children and anffering from general debility Children of sickly nature, and sour, dyspeptic constitution Travelers who have occasion to change their water, and All w.do lve in malarious districts, and are subject to miss matte inflenees, will fnd one of the most valuable tnics and invigorators that can be taken, in RUSS' ST. DOMINGO BITTERS. TRY THEM BUT ONCE. t e-u ' St. Dofmne FPuneh. y Russ' Arraek Pnel MADE FROM BATAVIA BICE. SBuss' Meselna Pane eeu.s' Gin Cocktail KRne' Mint JIuep. Beu ' Brandy Coektall rt u S ss' Bourbon Whie ky Cocktail. The most delightful concoctions that ever tempted s man's aste-theaper thn y seay ted drinke in the world. BLACKBERRY BRANDY i deal RASBERRY SYRUP, GINGER CORDIAL. LEMON SYRUP Alte on hand and manufactured to order. D Ruas d Co., No. 84 Deo street, New York gold whblesal by J. H. CARTER, JAMES GONEOAL And by all Grocersn and tDru0o. GREENBACKS ARE GOOD, ROBACK'S ARE BETTER. Robuck's 1 STOMACH BITTERS t --crss- 0 - `_Sn I1DYSPEPSIA, SICK HEADACHE, INDIGESTION, coo SSCROFCLA, OLD SORES, COSTIVENESS, of EItUPI'TINS, REIMOVES BILE, RESTORES SIIHATTERED AND BROKEN DOWN I:CONSTITUTIONS. RIobacl,'s Blood Pills 1(J Are the most ct" ire au-I thr ,,,h, l 'l li, that h, vep e ver been int 1 Ince. They a 1tt ., Mhe (17 up.m t l ver, ' ýiting 0,0t tr00n to to n ctent ,I t: t r t tt doesnet re " I bI,. i'tit. i rl·,f,:ner cno l·:it idL wh. c!r i tK) opt to be the vase ' They are really a BLOOD AND LIVER PILL, , And, in conjunction witu h IF ROB ACKS BLOOD PURIFIER, Will cure all the afrementioned diseases, and themselves will relieve and cure HI leadlehe, Costlvenepu, Colle, Plilnt, Cholera f Morbus., Indigestion, Plato in the l- tBowels, Dizziness, etc. DR. ROBACK'S STOMACH BITTERS d Will invigorate the system, and thus prevent that terrible )h u- ~IIOLERIA, alt And should be used by convalescents to strengthen the pros le tration which al ays follows acute disease. g Try these medicines, and you will never regret it. Ask your s nelghbors who have used tem, anlld they will say they are GOOD MEDICINES, and you should try them before going or- for a phys acian. r PRINCE.', WALTON & CO., (Successors to Dr. W. C. Roback,) ier oIf SOLE PROPRIETORS, of Oil Nos. 50, 58, O0 and 62 E Est Third street l CISCINNATI, OHIO. 011 ASS FOR SALE BY DRUGGISTS EVERYVHERE. SA NEW AND GREAT EPOCH IN REDI ll .CINE.-Dr. Maggll is the fopnder of a new Medlca ali- SBeteml Thequantitariano, whose vast internal doses ufeebrn the stomach and paralyze the bowels, must give precedence n- o the man who restores health and appetite with from oneto al- two of his extraordinary Pills, and cures the most virulent lly ors with a box or so of his wonderful and all-healing Salve. These two great specifics of the Doctors are fast supercedmg .]1) .l the sterootypd nostrums of the day. Extraordinary eures Ot- by Magg1el'e Pills and Salvohave opened the eyes of the pnb Itor- li to the ineffciency of the (so called) remedles of others, and Ile pon which people hae so long blindly depended. Maggiel's the Pills are not of the class that are swallowed by the dozen, and for. of which every box full taken creates an absolute necessity for art, another. One or two of Maggel's Pills suoce to place the ong bowels in perfect order, tone the toomach, create an appetite, nell and render the spirits light and buoys~t. There Is no griping, ,in. and no reaction in the form of constpation If the liver s affected, its functions are restored; and if the nervous system thle is teb!e, it is invigorated. This last ality makesthe Medl ted cles very desirable for the wants of delicate females. Ulcer. g ols and eruptive disease are literally extingoished by the dil e° infecLnt power of Magglel's Salve. Is. fet, it Is here an nIFe nouncedtlhat too Margglels Blitons. Dlqpeptle and Diarrhea nell PillI 'itu Car where allI others falil. While for Burns, eSalds, Chil a ld blainr, Out, and all abrasions of the skin, Maggiel's SDlve is infallhble Sold byJO. Maggiel, 11 Pine street, New York, F n aUDruggistl, at 25 csrn per box. Lin- BARNES, WARD & CO., Agents, New Orleans, MACHlINERY. BLACK DIAMOND tTEEL. WRK., PITTSBURG, PA. PARK, BROTHER & CO., All De rlptions of Cast and Oer0man Steel, --WARRNTED- EQUAL 10 ANY IMPORTED OR MANUFACTURED IN THIS COUNTRY. Beat quality Refined CAST TOOL STEEL; SPRING, MA CHINERY, PLOW, SHEET and SHEAR STEEL; RAILROAD, SPRING and FROG STEEL; LOCOMO. 'TIVE, AXLES, CRANK PINS, PISTON RODS, SLIDE BARS, FIRE BOX and FLUE PLATE, etc Branch Warehouse: NOS. 42 and 44 ...BATTERY MARCH.,....NOS. 0and 44 Between Mlk and Broad streets, BOSTON, MASS. OLIVER HUNT, Ayent. WINTEIL'OR IMPGROVED PORTABLE CIRCULAR SAW MILL, ,--wnn- -wta "Lane'e Patent Set and Feed Works." We resectl lly call attention to onr "IMPROVED PORTARLE CIRCULAR SAW MILL," with LANE'S PA'ENT SET AND PEED WORKS," scme4of thpbartcu lar advantages rlnimed therefur beln at follnnw : IstThe instantnueous and unerringly cetan "st" of the og by the man atted4ng thl e Saw, i ith a 5v , le motion nf the hand, under adevioe at once as simple . .ffbctive, and In no wis subject to brekage or aerns mn.r.--tbhe ,g, rb whatever .length bilg set at Lboth en. at on. and the same instant o time by the Sawyer as abovue stated andes unerrin uni formityE I the thicknes or tihe Nlank throughout, nETred. 2d-'The saving secured. not only in the nnuber of hands employed about tie mill, but the navlag of that which is of !ar ore importance, to-wit: in the worklng time of the m1ll- u dcletly lloustrated4 l4erhaps1 when it i stateb d that in the ' setinu tim" usually required by other mills we are able to "rn back," "set." and cut another ylanke Thus we are enabled to ct three twenty feet planks (if r.ulred) In a single minutel accounted for in part b the tact that the Saw is ati most unceuinglye gsged 1the 'run-b4e " time excepted) In actual work flom the moment the stuck Is in place uutWl It to entirely converted einto lumbert 3d-The peculiar arrangement of tbhe "Feed Works," hereby tbhe ',sp" and 'swear and tear" always Incident to the usual belt arrangement is avoided, and in lie. an inostan taneous "stotting" and ",topping" unfailingly effectd. 4th--The ubhstant4ia and peect proportions of the RMll, to aether with its combinations of S4 l oe ,SMandrel. "'Babbit Metal, elf-Oing and Self-Adj.4tin, Boxes," the frequent cast-iron supports on the carriage for the log, and the unusual beauty of nolol are among the other feature whic4h particn Ing4amlration4 of 41 practical, Thse refesrences are aiscient, we trust, to seors for our .Mill that is requred, and all that is asked in any instance to insure a prefere.p amely 'SA examination before pr We a5, v ery f lPgaIItR General Comml.sslon Merchants, No. 40 Brosdwa., N.w ork. 'N. B.-LANE'S PATENT SEC WORKS" SppOed wIth realiy to Mills of ot 41herpatt'er W K p MONROE & REDDINGTON, Agmntos for the ave Mill, No. 63 Carondelet street. DOWALL, HRAB ISA S a (O.. WASHINGTON FOUNDRY. Englne snd Mahling Shop, CORNER OF SECOND AND MORGAN STREETS, ST LOUIS, MO.. Manufacturers of STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS. SAW AND GRIST MILL M3IACHINERY. Circular Saw Mills, Quaosrtz Mills, Tobacco Screws and PrFsseo , ILard Kettle., Screw and Cylinders, Wool Carding Agents for the sale of JAMES SMITH A CO.'S superior SMchlne Cards. We are prepared to receive orders for any of the above men. tinned Machinery, etc., and will furnisoh any iformatio, desired. LAMB, QUINLIN & CO., 50 TchouptnolRes street NOTICE- DANIEL EDWARDS, m Nos. MS. 8. and 8 New Levee street. Ti New Orleans, be Is yrpared t ell tims, with men and material to 4.leute limb or hi. in l ine f Copper and Sheet Iron *orker,s BlacNk men emitinb and Brav Founder and Finisher. The losg estab ished caraeter of this house Is s suficient garanntee that any wrk entrusted to him will .e IPimptiy ead fSaltbahi eedted D. ". "E.AN- The IRON AND BRASS FOUNDER, rULTON, NEw "LavI, NOTsa DAYi FewD A STREETS, VI New Orleans. F' Omee--l8 F.olton Street. 55; DRWMU OND. DOIG &i CO.. , STEAM BOILER MANUFACTURER& Low Presare Locomotives, Flsd and Cylinder Boier, Clal Th iea, Filter and J Boxes, made at the the ShortestNotices We rspeetrai solicit ontracts for Boilers and al nec~nsry connetiouse,dsehs Fire Fronts. Orate Bar, Steam and jSap Pipes, Valves, etc., Chimneys and RreechedL of which w.illd be rnished ist the lowest foundrypripel All work executed at our esteb.Mhment wil be guaranteed equal in point of workmahp And material, to any in the city Planters Merchants and Steamship Agents are reApeNtfly t Invrited to callasd snmin the waork andprce at Is25 FRO f Street. betwu. ntre Dame and Julia street. .. W M. GOLDING, Il CONSULTING NIN.IES, AND DRAFTSMAN., Plans and Spesifications made for all kilnd of Machinery, s survey.s arefully Instituted and Specflcation ssttius a orh the Sondition and reqisremnts of the Hiall and Machinery g 35 of Steamships and Steasmboats will be promptly iurnsll.ed. b Parties contemplating.the pourcase of Steamships and Saites boats wld i do well to have them examined bfore buying. EIovelty Iron Work.s, orner Delord and iNew Levee street, IA5iWSPEAIR, l IGON N OUN I)S SY 1nS hirad street, Use Ousr r. ronu aud Blras oYfdesro, d SMdclpllits, smanostir e y aiksty of s ieam Engines, Ssgn r Mill , Dnis.. ig oPachnses, .Mill .d Gin 1 earings, Grate Bara, Stare Fronts, Co!ncnns. lsah Weighte, etc. Rlp. kmith fWrk of sal kind. - V' FOOMAS I5. IS4NIONEY & CO., PR X NO 9 PERDIDO STREET, (Adjoining Msonic Building CIRCULAN SAW MILLS. SBATIONARY ANi tut POIITAiILE ST.EAM iN(lINF.S, Ulrcular CrosPs-Cut Mill and Msle- .sa; Corn MIlll: Wh Mills sud Blting Apparatus; Shafting PEliNi. and Belting. All desciptions of Plantation Macblnery and A5risnltu r& Implements., We keep constantly on hand a fll supply of CANE CARTS, PLANTATION AND ROAD WAGONS Timber Wheels and Wheelbsarrows. from the well known fetors of Joshua Sodley, Whlietig, Vs. We have connection with extensive Fsondiee d t achlnes, Shopsn St. Louis.Lossvl seCicnetliand Pittsburg, through which we are prepared to contrsact for any dess of masinery on moat favorable termsd sd deliver anywhere north Ne seanr, !re of freiht. TOHS. E. BODLEY . PREFSSES AND COTTON GINS. STAR COTTO4N P EYS--(VIRE PROOF) is the squasre bounded by New Levee, Tchsup toias, Race and Orange streets, having e Improved TSyler Press., Willreceive Cottoi on Storage and for Compressing. Ship meats promptly attended to. " F.J. IitERRON, IT arondlet strept. Niw sirlea., Order boses at Greait iouthleru and Wstern Insurance t'o., II crnser or(lselet ald s.si ..lti stres".I MiCluskey, Mason & Cs., 1li6G Grvier .treeti ; No. 14 Caronses.st street. J. IIU. . UNDOES, I COTTON GINNERY AND PICKERY, S Bsisshn Thalia sad Terpsihore street, sead of lil nti r street. Cotton hauled to er from any part of the city. The celebrated new E. Carver & Co.', COTTON GINS used. Sacks, to entailn Cotton in Seed, furnihed to Planters and Commissioln Merchants free of charge. Illgioet price paid in Dish for CO iTON IN .EED. t Box fororders nt_1 qravisr. stree,.. . VIRGINIA COTTON PRESS- Formerly , "TYLER." Bounded by Levee, Market, Tehoupitoule adll Richards streets SThe undes nesss.havlng leased the above COTTON PRESS, will be prepared to receive and store Cotto on t ile it l as LeLtelNnEr LA'NE A SEHAN. isL. N. LANE. J. HENRY IEqAN. 'is pKNNB COTTON PRESS. (FORMERLY UNION COTTON PRESIJ i On Terpslehores street, re Between Tehopltosdlas and Peters street, n OFFICE 41 CARONDELET STREET, NEV ORLEANS Isd l now prepared to reeirv. otaol. on storage, and for cot ells -,rennhug PENN & SIMMONS. Pron-Iet + for VI CKSBURO COTTON POSE'i, the U Bounded by I. LEVEE, CALLIOPE. GAIENNIE and the RIVER Hlllman & a lonsanos ng' Proprietors. New Orleans, .-Orld left at the Price Currsnt ORee, No. I30 Orrl.ts em street,. or t H. Snsano's oflee, No. I Clinton strest, will .ae, ,di- mnedlste attention. di v(JOTT9N OINKMI..............COTTON 051.. TAYLOR, BROWN e EAGLE. OUTHERN,. EMORY A CRAVEN, MiCLIYATT With Engln., Hem Powern sa .svertbulg !ssmpl4i for rFnning, n.idrdsy for immediate sDlpment. I JOIN S. FULLER No. 8 DES STREET, NEWYOREI EDUCATION AL. N D AZABETI ACADEMY, NEAR BARDS TOWN, KY.--Thir lltltutif, nn, o favorably khown to the people of the alley ,of the Misl.lIpl, bein gcl i'a lly. second seassion on MONDAY, o dofrSepteDmer. Pemr s wlh. regard to the Acdemdy, mYdo d~op I ll eib Ifrmatio I JOA,, tILU InAgent, Corner Camp ao d Natcea street Nl1ew. N rle03 . o. LAVENDER'S COLLEGE N. E. CORNER RAMPART AND EIENVILLE. Mr. LAVENDER repll ectfiy ann.nne,, to hi.s fien,. and4 the pubc thai tire repai1r, in t Se C,,Heg not Lein; ctmpleted, he shall b p obliged ptpon po tipone hre openinge of tle Clas.es ad the admission of Boarders tp WEDNESDAY, tee 5.t ol Feptember. IParente are invited to ino: pe: the well ventilated Cla.s R, on and Dormitories. For term. aI ,'r.,pc3l.t a3p3y at Collee from 12 . to ST. CIIABLIE .T INSTITUTE OARDIN AND DAY SCHOOL FOR TOUNO LADIES, 104 Bourbon Street, Oppsirte ta Opera House. Mmie. ýlac:: ,e'g to ann, ee that her Init tute will u.pn fr teee rern o lte367, on MINDAY, rSepeThar 3d, Ia3., len ,. re h.gr to nee tli part prlren 3a her Pupil rI.o dipesurable tolheir reaphir 3 tie lull a Pdvnteake el the lecture anId iutructi,,n , 1de 33 ,,d tfo tllrpi. The ndva ,.oe% ff,,rded by the InHi(lie for the a-qisition ot a profcrent equamtctn,'e with both the French and Eng 1., LPa13I.3l3 a 3 H3l k~ 1,330 "e : I MI:n.in . I aa nr n-glccted no, thing that can .or're, ar behetfore, t Ise mo-t aceompl .hed ereceaepus in the various brl'nmesi of Knowledge. - Proset.tues may Ibe procured at the Institute, l1t Bourbon street, eppeeto the opera In rUse. -NEW OBLEANS ISCHOOL OF MEDILCIXE SESSION OF 13;.47. D WARREN BRICKELL, M. D., ProfesPor of Obstetrics 4and 1.1-ase ofl Wmen, etc IIOWARD SMITH, M, D. Profess,,r ,f Materia Medico. I. L. 3(EAWECOUR, 1. D., Profesur of Principles and I'rac. tice o, .Medicine. IIENRY F. CAMPBELL, M.D.. Professor of Surgery. ALFED 3. HOLT, M. D., P'rof.oor of Clinial Medillne. A. E. PETICOLAS, SI. D., Prft-,r of Anatomy. J. D. BRUNO . D. ProfeMor,1P PhyioI yfandPathology. FRANK HA*11O1N, MA. D. Pro1.ssor oA Medical Chen.-, W , IToxolo~lry -and Legal Medicine. W. T. MITr(3LL, 3. D., ..ijnt Pro31Mssor of Anatomy and Special cturer on bpthalml1 Surgery and Dileases of tile Eye, JOS. BOLT M. D., Assistant to tie ,hair of Obstetrics. A. W. PERRY. M. D., and PFREDERICICKLOEBER, M. D., Demonstrators of Anatomy. I. H. COHEN, M. D., Assistant to the Chair o Csohem.i trtThe Eleventh Annual Course of Lectures In this Instltution will begin November 12,1866, and will end gMarch 16,.1 I7.l A Preliminary Cunre will be given in the Charity osital -ommeneing Oetober15th, without charge to student.. Ttle AnatSomlcal Rooms will be open October 15th. 'The Cln1cal Advantage. of th1iInstitution are unsur Ppass.ed. he Profesor. are, nder the laws of.1 the State, Physicians and burgeons of the Charity Hospital, and their pupils accompany them in their daily visits. FEES: t Ticket of 31 the Professor, ................ $14.. 0 S Matriculation .................................... 5 Practical Anatomy .................. ... ... 10 Diploma ....................................... 30 Payment required in advance. D. WARREN BRICKELL, 1. D., Dean of the Faculty. THE SECOND ANP4TTAL SESSION SELECT GRAMMAR AND HIGIO SCHOOL FOR BOYS .In chargef of tie undersigned and comptnt 3associates, wild be openedat 9 n. M., on OHDMOAY, epember 3d4, 1866, in the Basement of th ChIurch, opposite Coliseum Place, at the T corner ofCamp and Terpsichore streets, entrance on Terp siehore street. R. M. LUSHER, Principal F1r terms and other particular,, apply at the School, or b letter to the Principal. per eostoffce box 472. UNIVERSITY OF LOUISIANA. MEDICAL DEPARTMENT:M A. H. CENAS. 0. D., Emeritus Professor of Obstetrics p, and Disea-,se of Women sil Children. ST JAMES JONES, f. D., rofessor of Obstetrics, etc. Molt WARREN STONE, I. D., Professor of Surgery. O. A. NOTT, M. D., "ofesor of slltelria Med5ica. THOMAS IUNT, M. D.. Professor of Physiology. sos T. G. RICHARDSON, 31. D., Professor of Anatomy. J. W. MALLET, Ph. D., Professor of Cbemistry. SAM'L M. BE1ISS, M. D., Professor of Medicin J. E. CHAILLE, M. D. , ' 0 LE ,,C. NHLOLS Demonstrators of Anatomy. a W. C. NICHOLS, M. D., 51 51 TI The Annual Course of Lectures in this Department will IN begin November 12, 166, and end March 24, 1867. A Pre liminary Course will be given in the harity Hospital, com mencing October 15th without charge to students. The Anatomical Rooms will be open October 15th. pIpa The Clinical advantages of the Institution are unsupassed. The Professors are Physicialm and Surgeons of the Charity Hospital, and the tudents accompany them in their daily F1s--Tlckets ofall the Professors. $10; Matieulation, $5; Practical Anatomy, $10; Diploma, $S. Payment r, E gaited iadvance. for T. . RICHARDSON, M. D., Dean a New Orleans, August 15, 186. KENTUCKY UNIVERSITY, ASHLAND, The home of Henry Clay, and Transylvania Unilerslty, with 450 acre1 telegant grounds and a large numberof building,, thsItes oetthe various colleges. The location deligh',ul,heab fuIl, and in the midst of the A most reflued and intelligent society. Esdowment., $00,,1. Real EItate, $200,00. da A Corps of more than Twenty Instruetors, i' NOW IN OPERATION : I. COLLEGE OF ARTS, ine Professors, Robert Graham, A. S President. in 1. AGHICULTURAL AND MECHANICAL COLLEGE .f Ken tucky, Eleven Prssolsl,, JIS. Aug. Williams, A. IIl. COLLEGE OF THE BIBLE, Three Professors, R. Millegsn, Presilent. IV. COLLEGE 1)F LAW,ThreeProfessors, M. C. John- V Isn, L. L. D., Prsidlent. :. COMMSERCIAT DEPARTMENT, with thorough busI ave; fistruction. Nsum.berof Students lst ssesl.. nT Tution and Fees, $35 lTernns.odad S..,los.,,oardsSdNto$5 persweek. 5esi5u bF, iIs l bt ttIII Iber. For Cat.alogues and lurther informtin, addiress J. B. SOMAN, Regent. Lexiuton, Kentucky. I IIN A NUCIAL. ADVANCES UN CONSIGNMENTS OF COTTON, Tobacco, Staves, T,llow, Western Produce, etc., to my friends in New York Bousou, Liverpool, HIarre, Bordeaux, and the West Indies. OSCAR BERCIER, Rs5No, 53 1. Srina treet, upSlsir,, i,, Ml. J. A. ILITHI .. t'O.- BANIERS, SELMIA, ALABAMA. Collections on this and neighboring puintssolicited. Remit tances promptly made to correspondents. Refer to-City bank; F. L & R. A. Johnson; Alston J Fournier; Nrth, Brush, & Mason; Barnes, Ward & Co.; Juren % ftarri. f Ne w trlrea s. rsjt(ULFF ' TNWIOHELM- (GEO. RULEFF, .. C, TWVICHELL) -PDEALES I. r EXCHIANOE. Is GOLD AND SILVER, Ih UNCURRENT BANK NOTES, STOCKS, BONDS, - - INSURANCE SCRI? Government Vouchers, NO. 125 GRAVIER SITREE.T, NEW ORLEANS. - to .1U LMFP .TWIRHRELL, (1EO. RULEFF, T. 0. TWIOHELLJ) Dealers Io ExchanS e. Gold and Sliver, UNCURRENT BANK NOTES, STOCKS, BONDS, , INBUBANCE SCRIP AND GOVERNMENT VOUCHERS 126 GRATVIER ST.. Now Orleans. H EWITT. NORTON C 0O.. WILL MAKE CASH ADVANCES ON CONSIGNMENTB i TO THEIR BRANCH HOUSES et New York and Liverpool. Omee.1d I (Old Number, COMMON STREET. A DVANC. ..........................ADVANCES s Liberl advance made on conelgments of Cotton and othe produce to my friends, Aroh, Edmiston & Co., LiverpooL L. M..MERRITF, 47 Carsdelet street. t, PIIOTOGRAPilY. PHOTOGRAP ~GOODS AND ALBUMAS S. T. BLESSING, 5 O4aIRTES STis. Wiolessle and Retail Deaer in - PHOTOGSAPHICAL INSTRUMENTS, PHOTOSRAPHIC MATERIALSB, PHOTOGRAPHIC ALBUMS AND FRAMES, PHOTOGRAPH OFP CELEBRITIES ECon Woudd call special ttntloIn to htis Iw and splendid stck' Albums sed Bible Albums, which he Is selling at REDUCE PRICES. His stock somprlssI all *isse, kinds and 55u11a': tcludin.g the PATENT INGE BACKS, wsb h, for dunr8 11t) S n PHO OGRAPHS of all the enerals tews ,f the City 1nd fancy subvtcs in I.rret variety, palll and Colorsd. PHOTOGRAPHERS, city and comtry, supplied with o5en article used In tler bs=sbls, at lowelt market rates Send for PsC.M..,ales oiS pri UNDERTAKERS. ot R. CONDON, UNDERTAKER. IAN 41 la4 szlne, Street, corner Delord. Metalc Burial 111,1e and Caskets (full glss and satln Iln..) Also, MaYiu ny Black W2alut and Pin'l Co1u51s and Hilk IWN cases. Bd ladlsi1terred and carsfullylI slled All arder promptly attended to. CARRIAGES TO HIRE. WINSLOW at rHILLIPS. UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS, N2,5No. 90 Rampart Street, Gate Circus,) between Commns and Having a great variety of COFFIN and METLLIC SU RIAL EASESR. togather with Iers-D Carroases and a lar5 I .table, are preparei to execul aol orders In their Ilneb,l1t alisfact on to their patrons EEDUCATIONAL. .. 5EIE ;T RHCIO L FAR YO1N,' iLA "iE' ! 17 of titn(le'brew fvnth at i73 and l7.5 WVet Tbltyo.,lnth .i streer, between Seenth and ilghth Uven:es, New Y [rk To the Israelites or Loulianan FA MrO. HENRY SIMONS hain( rben reqerted by many of her Souter and WItern fr'r.drl (h,.e cr eli l e, n h. been cqncted t the ir t l :er t,, make kn twn tier S hone mnonnces to lhem trhat hab rroalvrs h pilh frrn tihe qes aof h Fve D to ysis.t.e. The pm ,I n. r.apn lllretImEns-llor, Fll nc( (rrman and il e!rew LJIIangr. gee brorllY. m , ( y nd htutingy tnhri e bIy able pr,,fettr. newihg nd E nb uliey me. an rlpei nl iontmrcteon. Dlnnri g nr y arn ntiexeler- S cise taugn t dn, lng llro rinter reat,. lh'p I yl ct) i ers thre Inutilul. "ill tlrnl it a h,.me h.r r;C-y~rrpr every t[ba care will he treh w, h hrlr "rrt and ra.gi m. traluing. MT. ST. ENEDICT'sA ACAbEMY, -or (FORMERLY CEDAR GROVEV) E PTortln.ld. K entucky. iy l p nessson of phipstyad. Vrmt Lrom the c mmon p Tn.ew dessr of liti. Ard mady fr Yn; Llies will ,pon ~s Im the t f1. dir y. ofyykyte',r , ir.'i:0i~ .d p In which 're taghtali el bI r I, n h0 , o.f thyrll.ouh edm ct n, ix con te by Pt. the Lt. ereltt In pitt:e. The blmiirg d Are'delinhtuglyarudyreturdly tulted rnthe bark of the Ohse l riier, i et,h e s*i,ub, u L ui,;ie, to which ility tlr h con i 'tant accrry by the Portland Street Railway. The cb,.lr., ppr in of tio, ml nths flv hoard an tl tLmn, re lron sh the $I). ec.,rdcoin to thAe r .dremic tad'o-. l Dr xtra chael are madle or ,)c- l t, i r } uisy , a (d11.T1r- 1,rnL .ad ag ad tar yl, eD t e me French Lenrsona nd Orn ucut h Nedrlelwrk. elent ERIY.ntaivc:i--at. Ro v.R Im rp (ee d . and ay f Othe erOD y 'OD a 'f toe eel;M)cra. Pete, 55'rn. NWt",, We ýc. Leve. . nr 'f.R. Rl,.in IR l LTiI vlpl l'ul VD,ir.D. Ly :uli oC and L. Ea, Portlid] ,I nJ A. s.itk., J. B. WnTTw lAie r and J. -clpahr,. Dew At, InSE, D.. D or firtier plrticolars a.ly in prLon r by letter to theh" lI th ynr " i. t.t D.IiTE"..r:. A'. ,dGnr Pn . ilanl Dy. TIE SECONS ANNUAL SoESSION ILDERT LYONS SC000L Will Begin on Wednesday, Sept. S, 1DEO. Catalogues and general irformatlon may be obtained of I Robert Pitki", Esq., 13 and 15 (Camp s:reet, Neo Orleans, or by addresing os C. . Robert, RegitrNr. Albert Lyon.s School. - ChLatawa, Pike County, MyEisiippl, via hen Orleans and Jackson Railroad. M NOUNT AUBURN YOUNG LADIES' INSTITUTE. This ScGhool haI just concluded its Tenth Year. Itahistory has been one of prosperity and growth from the commence d ment. The last twoyears thedaily average P ttendnIeR hRe 'a been more than two hundred, and many have been refused r. admittance for want of accommodation. it ANew Bulldling Is new nnder conmtract, to be ready for occupancy at the opening Af the Fall Sessio n In September, and it i hoped that ereafter all can be received as pupis who apply. The Library. Appnaratun nd Cablnet Ae recsiving yearly, valuable additions; and the purpose is kept steadily in view, to fernish every iaility for a thorough course of II.tructlo sThe Fauty eonsit of four male and eleven female teach Sers; all experienced Instructors In their several departments. e The elhoo is fully graded from the Preparatory depart mIent, through the entire coarse of Academic and Clamit. by cal studiee. For particulars and catalogues, address FI. H. WHITE 25West Fourth street, Cincelinnati, 0. IMMANUEr, 4t'B RCTl OSOC e l,, CIRV OF JEFFVERSON, Fo B ODYS AND GIRLS. TERM OPENS HEI'TEMIBE i 7 1 866 Pupils s0n111 be entered by the le t of September. STUDIES-English. Fremch, Music, the Naturll Sciences, Mathematics and the 3I ...t-. For teril, etc.. apnly to REy L.Y. JESSUP, Rector. ornr C1,mp aui aI la stIreetsI elrl o tl i vAmv,i fI 8 to 9 A.. N. and h to 6 P. u., or to A J. WEST. Eseq 119 illgambie street. Sew rOres. l'o.:ofiee Bso No lbw9. CuLUMsBA FE1AL.Fj INSTDTUTE TENNESSEE. Thls nstltution will be reopened on the SECOND MONDAY ill IN SEFTEMBES, 186. re Rt. Rev. C. T. QUINTARD, Vilitor; m Rev. GEO. BECKET, Principal; 'he 'em, F. POLK and Mrs. E. A. BECKETI, Vice Prin cipals ed. Eev. DAVID FIlE, D. D., Belles-Lettres; itp Rev. JAMES N. TEMPLE, Mathematician; lily Mons. A. ESTEVE, Musical Director; Miss SUSAN POLK, English; on, Mrs. C. J. WHIITTEMORE, Guitar and French. Every elffort will De me to cfrd the highDst advantagse forfemale iducation, both solid aed oram-utul. Professors Iand TReahensof acknowiegel ability have been provided for each department. CircularO containig full particulars can be - obtained by addreitngth Principal, at ColumiD., Telu. 'Wiiow of thelate Bishop Polk. MIDWAY BSCHOOL. CHARLOTTESVILLE, VIRGINIA, R B Wrsow C N. Ca.., JAis . GARtl., . A., (Univ. V.,) Associate Princlpl.. ' The secoud session otthls School will begin on the Brat Mon day in SeCtember and wllend Jan 90th. 186. The ourse of study is d-.led to prepare boys forthe University of Virginia, or say othler College. or Err the practical business of lire. Specal etion sgiven totLtruction in English Studies and Biook Keeping.s iTns--For Board and Tuition $155 per hNalstion, payable in advance. Mashingand Fuel fu,-inhedat actuecoat. each pril pupll wll bring hies ow towels. For eircllara auc further partlcnlars address d WILSON O. N. CAKl. Charlottestille Va. JAMES M. ,.ARlNECU. )LA, Junction, Ilinoter Co., V.. .bASHINGTON COLLEGBE, , LEXINGTON, VIRGINIA. FLelllty t OEt. ROBERT E. LEE. l'reItldent. 01 CARTEII J IARRTS. I rofess r al Latin. JAMES d. WHIITE, P-r.fe.l r . lt Greek. , ED S. JOY NE, A. M., Proftasor Modern Languages and ENigih. ('I ben a lpointed-Prnfeensor of Moral Plhilosophy) A L. NE.Siu M Pr., afol e . i darheno ciAo, nM . ALLi N, M1., Prf1in 1r Appli' I P alshem tic. P1 a. S. Ml ILtltI f A. M, lLe' t,,r Nh I llrhlosooy. JOIIN b. CAMPS)' LLL. A 0IM. prllesorn l-rlen iy." JOHN W BRiOOKENIHOClUi, I . L D., Prnli".t.r. Lw. lhAiRY E.lI iL, A. M., Asant Pl,:ror, M,.lb ioo.* c. C. PO lWELL /IRADY, A. M., As.ltnt ]'releser I attl. (po be appoiu.ed-Asrsistint -'ro.em.,r of Grevk. sec.=iru Iu,rlnches. Tile Sessio, nbeis d 'II outSDAe (idb l AE tEPxTI s lBE t anud ends bast monur.,y m in JuSo. TanE-'atioe, adi Ii'n oher Coieofo teLs ...............I U NIVE S|TIT OF O IN GIIIS- - ol The nelxt Sesbl will tginu An the let day oI October 166, and elid an the29th of June, 1867. A r11fessor of Latin and a Second Professor of Law will be appointed on the l5th of August, when the organization of a the Departments of IustNuct.n-Aeadnmie, Law uand Iedl eal--will be fllly reestablished on the same enllarged basis as before the war. The entire expenses of the Academic Sinodent, exclusivel of text books, clothing and pocket money, amount to $360 in curreney, per session of nhle months; of the Law Student, to $35, and el the Medical Student, to $355. For catalogue, giving details, or fr special Information, NI address S. MlAUPIN, tk, Chairman of the Faculty. Postotce--Univerllty of Virginia. SELECT BOABDING AND DAY SCHOOL FOR OU"O LADIES. Mm. J. L. BRAND, havingflesed for a onmberof years an eligibly sousted and epacula rneidenma , begs lea.e to announce herinatlyn of reopnlg hder cte next autumn. ,lrcr will be issued I ter meanwhle parents desirous o plaeinr their laulhtdrs under her charge will please address 0er through the odce of th Crescent. B. aG . H. . L ADWEIE HAS REOPENED her Academy at t8 amp st reet. COMMERCIA Tsrts--Senlor Classes In the [Crunch, Engllbh and Spanish branchSe U study $ 1 ig , per moth; Junilo,s FrMaen anE llNgheh blasen, il UI pr month. usic ot e piano1on thourtel harp or guitar, with voce' music. 10 per m pnth. elmie hes -nev. Dr LWaec.c, New Orleans; eoa Judge Simon. New Orleanst I. Traimnd Lan.dry, i- ; JuAldge Rico Uharlesto S,. C Dr. Boel H. DlckERY, hDRAWIeton, 0S.. C.- ; rof. T. L B. .dwad Tr.nsyl.ana Universmty. 0 N )TEB.SA ETr FEMLE ADal a m S EATR BARDSTPOWl1 KEN ,IUCK Our friends and patrons are informed that Mr. John W. BHarde is our duly authorizeda aentat New Orlean., d will receive and recoipt for an? sBums whidh may be due this insutit lon YMOTIl ER tOI.UBai, Binperlor T e. J. . HA rDIE, N tent, Corner amp and Natche. streets, N.O CORNER 0AMP AND COMYOn ITB., Bpaeioul and Elegant "StoryF Bulldllmg." In oouat++tly in session under eight able Professor,. it will iounded In 13, and Is chariered by the State. Its tbrmer stn deutsmay be found s, principals or Book-keepers in a larg5 portion o the odd howls, of this city, and over the Southern Staten. latosoa r lS utlnmen can attend the COMMERCIAL , o tOUP.E, sr B..k-keoping, Penmanehip, Mathemat~p, Eng Sflsh, Frenchel m paaia. A bualnme education that esahle. 1''yone to earn $da0 or UM.0 unan.ltly, is the best fortune parents aun give their sons. We have ample arranuements for 991 165 students Ladles and Gentlemen are invited to call. RUFUS DOLB.RAR. President TlHlEl DlUMlm.EIL FEMAtLE S8MINA1L SATON ROUGE, Occupies A Large sn d ommndlous mansion, with Ample and .ink mentals extra. Pupils lurnsh toilltte articles and bed clothlng. Addro,. RAT. J. E. O. DOREMIS. D. D., ALDEhl gT LI sON'S SCHIOO h FOSE BOM1B 0and HATAWA, PIKE CO., MISS BU. New Orleans and Jackson Railroad. " Oih) Uiroulara may be obtained on application to WRERT P17 HlON, Esq.. l and 16 Camp Street, New Orleans. N1EW YORK. To'S ............... .....................cIIPNA PANCY GOODS, PADS, IARISLES, SLATER, SLATE PENLIL+, ETC., -Ar-- P 2traahureler a , Nlhn'·, 5 .MaHide Lan!, co,. William ntreet, Nw York. Messrs. Stranoser'er A ss hn befN g now the largest imporTS el n I. [hef line, std lhnv;ng laidl I. their furll stock f- cash t theR lowecst avid rates, are enaR',lel to ,Ire, for the cmlagses at "lr extrrardlnry induueeen.. 5 Buyers will d, well , S,,avor them ith their confidence, and H Gay at oncee. .Mail orders promptl exonnted. ENTAKL 185E I 1 7STM. NI PAPER A T LESE THAN MANC'PACTCEEEO' S'Ilniet n lstlo s s lll, 50, soa l sssspsly Is sl o hI s, soes. I~ferShe )argent e SI bent assnrlsd stork of ob PAPER rinreerrr de~cnptinn to an found in this4 country, B Roose11 " . fitiaoer Printers and Hnder a. al s ta nomnay re I'a Oy ls~t examing u5tuck. II se.O G lps'iiO ly fllk. n_ t ____ kan 'tset New 15 rrk 5515 tld Sta If)lb 0001Y 550T ................. ASJTEJ 1800. LOTIIROP' L;UDINTOWN A CO., 50, 322 and3330 Erondway.,New York,, in vte lshe s:enn f l'I lOars uyers tohei stock o Drs( (,ns. It 511105 ISI. 15 nns'trp S'1 lor ll 5,thlrs Su `mercihant Al deprltments or olar ban.Ir av bee, much nlailrged, especially thart or Dress G(, l. whore we are, cn- OI o,.ntly openlg all tl:es stll,,o SI lhe s onn, to shshh we E, no ark th5e pnrsicnlr aoltsti,, of bo Jsobbers and s ntiiers.. Co O""'~·;e, ,,,d.. ' esGa s andl Cloaks Prints, BeahAds. hirtings, Browvn slhretillea. I latnbs s andl b! S sPetA. C Woolen Giwndr. Yankee Notions,, Whlite (sou+Is, ` Ezn~nide bie lh 1 Gent'sryy odGos *p ilibpll, slth kfioHsgB r .Cs.etc stc Allof albigS, they fdH r st thedoweOt markbt price, by the package or piece. Ny l sBILL ty, 185 ......1055. Na.. . Vo L. I I I would call the attention ofbnore to maewr Imrorbd P~A NTENT COMBIN.TIN 1 USHIONS AN ND AB LATE wTEET sell elasticety cssssnorr ssd ns hs others I. the IMld for los a' this prices, I. a are an of Ci wenlch 7 M t un 'sNNIS WrlegI S. CEO., T dsk. thI Baib, CesI, sOdeSy - ekng connected with tetrade. Ordens by men atnded t gt myI f. y, 18, FHlton s0,, gB New Yor b cit. I b E COTTON OS EH. E.H. lbEEVES A H C O.. P T E N O S. 1 8 5 AO D 1 8 7 W A T E EBR S A LVE 7 NewI YOrk, lb MSSH faturer.s of and Dealer 5 C N ed Atrrlcatnrai and Hlorttenltnlnl Ifapletsrtt and Maehlaes. he ed Plows ad Plow Castings, Mowing and Reaping Ymedneu, Horse Powers and Thresher., Forming and Grist Milts, Sa snd Roller Cotton Gely, IngSlsolld Aotton. Wool and Hay Presses, Wagons, Carts, Tra-ka and W7Rhbatrumn; Game, Is Bone Dust, Hoyt's Super Phosphate Lime and other Fer gh t tlizrrr; Grain, Field, Gress, Garden, Herb and Flower Feeds ; Improved Llve Stock, etc, b- Depot of the Celebrated "EAGL~OE COTTON GINS," A E. manufOctNred slelyNbyOBATES HN DEA CO. rtISESSI ASS .H.SLN.S. Y' at C BPENTEPB'., JOINEIVA'i PATTERN ANDK MODEL MAKER'S GEERIN(O VALVES,. And all kinds of Patterns for Machinery senltd with dl. patch. Fitting14lfor stores and offices shipped- to any ppert of therh world, GIN.,-improved Roller bra Iland C GN ostnl n ad ddesal rest ANDERSON ASC ERERBHO. Sear 47 nn erest, Nsw Devil (. PA SONS- Rate MANUFACTURBE hell-ye IHadleldIs Union Fireworks. Pnae Eeeai, IMIPORTER Betet CHINESE PIRE-RSACKERaS, ROCKETS, 11' .- lee. LANTERNS, FLAGS. ETC. Ad,, Ale, ,,large assortmert of hie own impErtatioS of bAd,, Toys and Faany Good., - iS '5,,. 24 Jo ore. arBrodw............ NEW OORr F}INETON * SCOUFELD. U rurrOrAlgnunl or an° EXCELSIOR FIREWORKS, LANTERNS, 'LAGS. FM TO CRACKERS, TORPEDOES. EIR, Id Icy street. near Broadway, New York glmeNss pLANTATION ROES. ,mtlS SOLID CAST UTERI. 9VAL EYE. Aooriedaiwa, rtlowest mrket n tta or sale e Dim 1. HALSES 'k CO., ASorioeSEEi, DINE LAdHserdwE'e QConummEl Merekats. o 6S DE.rEkl EfieeM Now YTk. (liiilNP AND VOLT'S PIETO~a- OB EI..p'E, 1lth11. L.Ms.E'., nd oth. r ImE e..E. r Ito EM Gun 11. S. HALSER L-CD.. AEOnoS.EUm Orl LaS HardwaeEI CEImmlul MerShSntE. 56 Beekmr C~an street. New York. _ 'lJoHN C. BEALE STATTIONER. - OB TI NoS 1 s.sNSSA STREET NEW TORE A IlSe MIsoRmlnt of E.t elaM Bla5k Books. AG, Dome. tic end PHEorIS PRIp 111d stationary onstantMy oE blnd TI h AccuOnt B11,, 1ord.d Ho ordr; Litbography, ErI ing on dy' PrintIIng sIotEd promptly and I. ebet III. IM eb Spc,.IWtertien tordGee by mail, and prieEEEE lEE u heeI bhles in REd city ori goodE of equal qiMI,2. Ti PUMPUI......... PUMPSI......... IPRIMP En SCEAM, FORCE, SUCTION, lean -Grin- New LIftiNg Pumps of Ef ery DescEript.n S111A and GAS PIPES, PIPE and GAS FITITING V] --mo--JAS. a Edit EVERY DESCRIPTION 0.11 -or- e Plmber'E., OaE and .1,11 t FS itter.' Good, fd. Forsale :elwat 1 edtrate,, by JOSN B. FULLER, Sled 0EV STREET, A. Kj AIs E. E T 1. CO.- T A. UOTIONEERS AND HLAROWARE COMMISSION MESS CIHANTS, SR Beekman Esreet. TI 'S NEW TORL DA mmt Solo agents I. New York for the Ten Pttsburg CutInlery CorEIEunE , ,at At wholesale to the trade only, El manuf aItrers' prics d be rrs: T Agents for thB STAR BRAND HORSE NAILS. ae NEEDLES ANlS FISIINIA TACKLE- bpi ve ANDREW CLERK A CO., u in ns to No. AS Maiden Lane, New York, b c SSole Importeof Jos. WEIGln's IelebIed CDILLED EVE EL. NEEDLLS, beg to, -tiI, Ilsl, old eo,,omere rd ths public that they have E u halnd ,S ull IEeortmEut of T Wr'l, Doilled Eye Needl.s, W 4i-',' lelbL.pb NeedleR in caek.G , esIISe 1 2II EPE T - .rrie'a Needles t S y ptic.1ca..s n .tice. 111 B. War Surgeon.', Mdli osre', ball, back Needleslls. eta On SThese Np Needles have beern bet, 1he public tar thirty rea, I..E and are cnrlowledged 1115oo11uda.111, lb EuIfortISoll otlL- W era to temper, Lrliih, nei il qtp m6 LL of . 1. d O...... ItEl it FISHING TAIIRLE iEs implete, .,d the ub, an meet EIIEt lIE L, tlis or anyEother oulntr. N Ice -- -------- -- ----- s ea' o IRST PREMIUM STEAM SAW-MILLS not T ThSPletlPisE, the SOLD MEDAL, waE aErded IS tI., 3D WASHINGTON IRON WORKS, tel ,h bythe AmlIsla Inslitte, at Isher Fair EIN October, 1865, . T EE. CirculaE Haw-.MEIl and IIteam Eginse. e51 Igo Order.S far thEse OEg Sa-Mill., Plg.r Mille, OGE.IE MN el., 5,promptly flled. AddreEs EoO. M. CIAPP Trear..O,, Y or L. 0. WARD, AgEEg, SIi sErty all.1 (Room No. fl, N. V. 7. JOHNAl. ULLER, 1d C Illd NANliFACTUREE AND OSALEE. No. b Dey *treet. New YorkE. E aRl EIn toreEand Esoy for immediteI Ehipm.eMI and d, T. facturtne to order. Portable and Utatlonary, steam Engines one b. will holiler., ERo Its E0 hro, pwser ,01,2Gl, Md UpDrght BE. MI1S of Il ONI muEt Inpylied SuIstructlo. ol2.Sl fe, EEIIIESE It lE6 f fElt of lumber per hour; (lri't Mills, MID Ien. Watellr IIor s Whls nd evE11k of Mill MEsci.Iry ; S.ga MilE FE IAl pEr lnd MiMing Meibe.i7Toole, Truk,, etI., for OfEE, ins gall Works; lottlS.51 WellES NRhlEpry. ate. Iddbr Veh~rtica aner Woodworth Planing lMochie,. Inc1 FII.1,E, Grayp Wood'. Floati..d.. "'" t u Reg .bs, hinas. 9 51511 0,1111the., Daniel.' PIalSig MOhineR, 81,111 MauhilIM. MIouldig Machines, SlattiSg MeahhRE, Ro.h Mahchi,, nt Uprigut Drills, T...uin Machines, 1,11 Stm Pemps, Power Morticing HMaehiaO. Force PP1mpa,1,1t MIorticlnp .15511,, LiREtng Pumps, Borin. MhERineE, 8101n11 Pump. Blind Sll 'Teno21100 MRIIE. LIyiHydulciJaiks, Clrclar S., B5. e,1'. USc IrewJ JaE. W,4high's plelnt SIIll Sw.c. SS.tiIrG4lS pL a Ud Hangr., PERlnt Blt Scroll Bw1,. SEN Rubbs andld LertE SEltiing, CircularURerng5 Mill ,c15ethe Und RAbbe s., UprightI Reseihig Miii, Ec Plumbing and GasFittings, Rotary and Mining Pump. pollS ESteam Rnd GE Pippi5. Every descrliplon of EIoMlni' Ste1m and .WEIte GEIIE, end Rsltc., Suppli..p lEE. Cotton GlnE. CEotto (GlEE, CottoE Gln.. To.for EaglE 81ro15, Eouthern Clevsesn, Ae1,,Eir rod He CERLF blouses dins w1ith ERSIRI or 1orse powIrs, sadove7 th15g reqlirld for he smeE, In store and tars als at th eA In., anal. ,,llo.e YTmr y'5.r, r100uneeifolr _____ DYM ROBERT SOULDS. IEIEIIIE 51 FREncs, ENL12en AN GERMA Toy.. Fancy o.ooE, China and FEreEIrE, 2P11 MANUIPACTERER OF TRANSPARENT SLATES, No. I9 John strelet, N1w 551 PERIODICALS. THE ""LfWTEK AlsBANNR FRANKLIN, LOUISIANIA DANIEL DENNETT, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR Teem. of rabaerlptlonf POUR DOLLARS tA for one year, in I d-c&--TWl DOLLARS 52) N.or six month. I. I. NdNR. Terms of AdYertINNgI Oneand a halfd.,!No ($1 .per I qunnN for tIO fIrst ]Ine fIlond onde NIoarnr earcRNNO sab.,NN. ueapt .whre chef ire to Re inertred It lRINrvaiN, inslRwih Rme thIy rwI1 IN,,f ablyy 1»charged as new. Ibh time hl not Npei~td. adrtiIenRen ts1 be published five waekn and charg~ed econrdinalp. Reties of Appifeutraa far Adomfnilatotsln of Rat6Ua S& AlnmorsnI,~,N tlr, SIN. AnNonRnOc for rINhb nd Laes] oSsnIN ilm bebNarged $lU, useable in ad-cana All cammnnleatrn for promoting the iottreste of Indl rId or.,i NaII,NII ONbs chrged for asadOriaI aIN. N Rlt.riI, t bIIro oNf repect. etc Edhwril nI oi.. ofNI N2rtinemRnte wIll be inNerIId 0120 Ient per I..n fnr each NlNIIW. No Crdit whatever .lh, be RaRen 5111. of3ik. T HE FELICIARA LEDGE---BAYOU SARA, PnaLU'i WLLAL S WILLIAM C. ANNIS, Editorn nd PropRIeIor, 1. B. WEDEINTRANDT, Assoiate Edito. Subscription, for 16 methe, In advance .... ..... ...... $5W 2111 nesquare,~NR 101 l NNineN,,, IR,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,. 55,,,35 ( I.. ........... 25 O.Rhq nrshsI IIner... .................................. 7 NNehost,lsRSOnlr~ln..OI)N...... . . .75 INh Vork.,INCal1iu1.,lne,,Iwb nNItnessn ad diapNINI. TWO AGERjrLTUILAJ. PAPBUE FOR TWO LOLLARS AND FIFTT CENTS. The SoNthIrn CNIttnNtar, D. REDNO 0 AND WILLIAM N. WHITE, EDITOES. ENINbii hedI..& I& Fol 21.NRmmInIe ·n.NINI, SNE Monthly at $2 per NNRIn--gIS Copis for S10, I. Abdnn. By .p..NI ·mnNSNNNNNat wi11 the MARYLAND TPARKER 50nR ahnNNN IInIt ERsdny, pNbIrbId I. S.itfmanr at $I 50, both paper il beN.Nt one ,yer N, $3; N.1.2 INe Bth parsIrrN $ N0. Addree ' WM. I. WHLTB, Alses,"OL 5.THE Bd NIER BNIRNBRI I$ PNNNRN N weeklyat Bellevue Bounce portsh La, at·Detdorl terms : D Sabscrtptions, $ per .mum, Ivarlaisl n addrY aaRRTealmfa, ST Ton rnaz Busness and prorSulonrl card of me square, e Mgh iInNN, $15; INo .NSMRN, SI; these ainNIsN.SRI, qguest oRI R01nInI, $16; half colNmn, S66; NholI RRNR, 510.0 THE BANNER I thb only poRNN NIRnbON In tIN pNrhh o. oNIser,iR a n largN RINNIInSIN, Nd IN co ,NIasNNIy good adsInIII nI. diemfnor h tnRehInNNnd bnII s m..wo NonNNN, In thI .ou.rIy in NhichR Itis IpubishedI and IIIRRNlIIIdossINNNINNN IN aen N w.Nith tIhe ity. AM..... - W. H. SCARLARD. Editor andPropdeer;esdr quoi, ),flece: I u OPELORSAS, LA. br F hheI b Is ua sr tu.t . b, mol H. 3.5 .1 ey N, CONDIVIOWSS r- V ss 0 nor dollars perreupoppeinadvanen or fly*r m dol nm paFbl rsi N ment R aRfte NNtIhe e NSNIINs A tbNsNINR wisbing to diNonIinNIs mnnN NIhIwrnNNI nN "n a ," ,eelq osism be stopped ntil an rmita PIAý,m W at the option of the editor A.mnrsarram-One ollar peragaar fr OW 519 rtulb* In. fAlty ent for NIB RN suRN oanr oneNin NINh ANNIANl. NIgh linS or less constitRtes I NdII All NI drNINenN senR t In fur , 1.NSI n will be I iSn rtNN.. Ig Englis sh nd peach , unles otherwise erduad, tmtl9l0 eitrr ehaINdNNINNt ro renIatn N to diumtinIo N CNNIINNNI IN~sCha.LrbIIISR NIN7·lNNdRN nn IIIN MOBIrLE DAILY TRIBVWE- -H. gALI,?I ~ t STYNE, Editor and Prolrletor ; R BOMFORP rrns urinIssI ManIea. Offe, INo. 6 North Royal ,tNeaNMINob . 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I000M S0S eodoOIIIMI .to, ..eldieo~a dolni h·l nai 0070 1n orvllageI the00,.0 It*l 50.0 15.5 SE00 500ee~l~e Soio.ansnlOMSSII.SR t eot1.10001n Iqisrm . tb Toke teboMOh Braob .o Iblý1Itbi th 1. 00ho TTtlor~s 1110 of ha BlgIamtmetfeýp w Eth sr .ant, ýN S uiO THOR. B. tORKA4 or Yawnq Oa, mrs(Io· g Aa st OtKA&B. OkkT11U L, of liaaoq OL1 O·UI·Ll Aget. TEEMS OF ADVERTISINGo us, One ..........................................·.... 310 Mann ............. . ......···.·· One eta`mt Card. ieloding urpj of DtreacMIy..... S 1 Primof Diretory. R....... ... ...... 0 Ao 8l R*000. C 4 Oat'5501 THE NATCHEE DEYMCEAT. d TheT-WRke y Democrat le poblished 00RyTOO00ay. ThaM fit y ad Satouroday 00ing0, se per1u. It115 GOOD MEDIUM FOR ADVERTISERS, havh·ing a geeral circulation inthe ciy an coutry TM . Wootly Demoooot, a F.msby newspaper, pnbIIahd,,S,7. J.FNJ CHANDLEK, No 4 Carond. t strt, New Oo lenls, 11 our nutborided agent ftbooe city orfs Or IrRO od that portion of Louisnlo and Mlssissippl bordering on the Nay Orleans, Joo1.,on sad G0,1t Northern R oiotd. MEAD & BOTTO. Puobihshers and Propritor,. otLcheb. Mlse. SVICEKSBIEq DAILY AND WEEKLY JAS. M. SWORDS A CO. ...................PURLISHERS Edited by L 1. PATRIUGE, Snuerly of the Vickbsbbg Wbhig T.Sll0 Deily, one m nth ....................... ...... a ,oto .,... popoo 0....... ..... 10 00. AWeely, six months . 00000,1 ob0 ....0 one )'ooJI inoi,,o......o.o.o..blod0· IOP00 Thie hieraid havring the Inrrrrt circulation any n pvenir' the State "It V ir~i-ýippi, is tller [-cr thle Bit Dupeperb to ndverniee in. bdde tlls" n lr received aIn the must zseonmlsterms. Onr.lill Utlice iN new r Il ,."e are euabied~ to give perfect eat slRtetinn fn nail kiinds a l Jab W_;L TIMOE EAST FEIM CIAN A DERIOCERAT Y ub~illO." at ('iiutnlle Luhnir~nlui 0. WILSON RtEE, Editobr and PoopoOOY. The EoI FelciR,, Democrat 0,1 poblishd S,3001U. DAY HIORONING.t Five LoDllo, per year. LIa z ..1th1. PYpymeuti 100a0000. RATE, or ADVERTMINGI Teo lines or leIs, Slot O.OjrtoO....................1....$1 6Q Eoob olohrooloo.. ........ . 075 Editorial notwlloooof .doyrt oemRnt, . 20ontO p0r l00 T ADVEBTISEES. Pantie. In N.S Orleans , ahliab toADVERTISI E VIlcL. bpI Daily, ,lll Bud It to theil bowfIt to100rOme the VIUESI3UIR JOWIdIoll. publishsd by blooo. I. W. ,,di . B. RINSLEf. Ry u resent order of the Cit010 00101,t les bSoo d.,Igaostd 015.1.1 Jo*SPRI . or the City of Vickobs.g bavlng the LAROEST CIRCULATION, and oDly papersI tad fE tate ta m; the Belate·d Pres newt rsrrl HE CIV ALIAN ND OAZETT'ZE-GAL; TVESTON TEXAS. F. TRI-WEE kYTr-T URI0nRI7 oloogal f, OeM7, S18; SIR mRoths, $11 Ib,., mRonltb., S5,110.0 -moydob~g One oooor. 10 lines, leSt.im51rtion, 51 SO; ,aolmbe.q1M re, ortlnno 7iacta lb. WEEKLY-Toorms; COurroy, p500 0100 55. Rates o b doaidrtlisig OGe square, IOlnI., Si ns R oIeon, 3SO MI; 08h5 hr ubaequeso Insertion, $1 50 - Boot and Job Prhltrrg, of ever description, a r ated with - .oato..d and l h _atch_ THE HANDSOSRO (IMI.oe DEMOOJUAN The poblliltion of the boOM. oldootoSblolhed .oSky pM woll be resoumd on the FIRST DAY OF REPTESOREE. IS. at HoRsbooru, HIrrSOson couty, Mllsolnlpl. Msbalclptioub edd oMdmri IMeoMO rIeOOfuI sllotrS.1 too T.,ooo-FiLv dollar.per 50 Ion. ,O,.or. JPsoOR MIeoloslppl.M and Mcldde (Itsa.)IIe0ion please 0opy tbhOetfmit. P. K. AYERSS, to 10WO.,' and PoonritoEr. en THE BIIENVILLII HESSESO08EBs SPARTA, LOUISIANA. By J. i. A. SenlraM d. The BIENVILLE MESoboGER 10 lossed every Fstlo daoy MO,,,. Subsoription price-S per Rnnum, $s for sIx tnontaa I. dvx~is AdverlRements Inserted b the rates of M1 50 per squarefo the first insertion; 75 crpCd for each sub a equPent.foaertios. Elb ,ht les, or lessl, o;lo-l1 100ne squar1 Lito0ral dedoOOonI Rode on favor f thboee. be doodsoi frely ny the year. YLI) Transient advertisement, inserted at interval-, coil be chirpe an nra" eachb ,a metln. Roino,. Cards ocupylng th, e IPa of one sqouoM, I=2 5 nlr Aol nolomo oobllobod for th0 101,11 ofprivW Dperia 1ig be chargedl as ·dvertis,"mmnto Obituary notices oOO0Odiig one squore ohaoged as .M5000IO I t mnta tts THE SENTINEL..........T THE SENTINE wr OPELOUSAS. LOUISIANA. 00 Publlosbodloery Saturday by Compton l JsoMIMoM Mo 0. COMPTON............. ..... ........Editor. Oncee on Uourt stnet. TBRMS: ~"D co Mooooo~l 00100)TE .I 53800 For one year (in advance)..... a. or six ix s lb(ia rds~nce) ............. . " 4 09. """" I Ifdpa ..id In hs ..................... 1 00 f ailin twel moths ........ .............. 1000. Sioglo topicM, eh........ ............... ADVERTISI p00 01 we. Adveatisivg 31 per agnxrs tar the drat ineerio.. and 50 cents for OMabiwubsoqueot O ollOlo. l igO lines or 000 cEtitudte square. Sigodling MdertisementM perpeqa:,1..316 nix.. ons. ........ ... . Th ee momhi, ............... Iwal All Jndtcial *ddiertleemallt due sa last stP D scalo o. " Aftof n sale. Slpecie! makes, will Ire ehryed m neer rd-attilssmmll. Our tertrmsare cash. pHE Ta NATCHEZ UE i0CST A TI.1.-EEKLY EDITION. F. J. Magid. Editur Thc ppa TL~kl DEOIIi Q1~~n i T cad ysd~t hursdry nod Sat usyby EADA BTIO "o Subscription--.l~. 'a,. -m an dvance....:..: .' ·..........30 boo . O t . . . . 00,)00 0000 1.01.010