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TIIjIISDAY MORNIN(G, SEPTEMBER 6,L 1866.
Aneedotes of" Mean ltehmond.
The following characteristic anecdotes are re
lated of the late Dean Richmond by one of our
exchanges :
His bad habit of swearing to excess was one of
the most notable of his characteristics, and much
of his offensiveness to others resulted from it. It
was mereoly a careless habit, however, and was
really onty thle emphasis to his language. He
awoec without knowing it and in every presence.
tihe habit once gave an acgonidtance who did not
know Mrs. Richmond a singular idea of that very
elegant and christian lady entirely at variance
with her true character. The gentleman had ex.
porcssed his surprise that a railroad manager who
traveled so much had never been present at any
great railroad accident.
"Never have," said Richmond, "but expect to
be soane time. My wife, Mrs. Richmond said to
me only the other day, says she, 'Mr. Richmond,
I expect some time or another in your d-d long
trips you'll, get your G--d d-d brains knocked
Iut by one of these infernal locomotives.' "
Tih gentleman's astonishment was only dis
pelled by further experience in hearing Mir. Ritih
monad swear.
Anther incident, Illustrating this carelessness
In using profane Idngoage, occurred during a con
sultation between Mr. Richmond and a committee
of New York merchants, who were engaged in
raising funds to aid in the election of Seymour In
lb62. A Rev. Mr. Benedict had been arrested by
Mr. Stanton, and kept some months in confine
eatcnifor preacling a sermon on the text, "Blessed
are tie peacemakers."
nMrl. Benedict, when released, stumnped his
county, told his troubles, and did much toward
elertinhgSeymoar. The committee conferringwith
Mri. ilichnlond alluded to this alfair, and asked
wl:at effect it would have n Benedict's part of the
State.
" That will help, thalt will lelp," ie answered.
S" I et Mr. Beodict jut alfter its release, and ihe
to!l nie, said he, ' Mr. Richmond, I'm going back
to eri., by G-d, air, and I intend to hire a horse
and wagon, and go over every d-d inch of tile
soil lill I rose every G--d d-d scoundrel in the
courity to vote for Seymour.'"
" Tou don't mean to say, Mr. Richmond," said a
committeeman, "that the 1Rev. Mr. Bienedict
fwoe. ine that manner?"
"No. no," said Richmond, apologetically, " but,
by G--d, lie meant it.
So absolutely innoceet was the man in this care
lessi ue of vulgar and profane language that he
was frequently led into serious mishaps t y them.
A minister once approached him with an intro.
ducthry letter from Rlichmond's wife, containing a
request that he should be passod over the Central
Railroad " oe her account." Mr. Richmond re
ecived the minister with great courtesy, and was
about to write him a free pass, when the other
begged him not to do as if it was in any way a vio
latioo of tihe roles of the road.
' Not at all," said fMr. Richmond, writing away,
"every d-d vagabond in the country comes to roe
for passes. You are entitled to one."
]t: never saw the mistake he had made, and the
minister was obliged to exercise his good nature
in etugestiug, asn an explanation, that he had
meant that, as every vagabond got a pass, cer
tainliy a minister of the Gospel was entitled to
One of these vagabonds applied to Mr. Rich'
ooed for a pass just after a bitter political con
test, during which the vagabond, who had been
in clharge of a political campaign paper, hadt
greatlly abused the Albany regency generally, arnd
Dean Iichmond in particular. Mr. Richmond
koew lim, but, without hesitation, andl with ap
puare.ft aotiufaction, gave him a paps fromu BufNilo
to Aliban. The "vagabond" read it over, and,
handing it back to him, said:
'"Please. Mr. Richmond, add to it 'and re
turn.' "
"'oh i " said ir. Richmond. "your are coming
baei are you? See you d-d first. Pay your
way." And with that lie destroyed the pass, and
t.' "gvaasbond" "sloped.'
: episode of this is related, buhot of itstruth
ful.." so we can not so well vouch. It is said that
MIr. i uichanan subsequently requested an intimate
fri .,l to call on Mr. Richmond while in this city,
pr, ious to his departure for Charleston, to
'1 , " him on the same subject. The story
gu:. that this gentleman, after much cirecmnicu
tii. aked Mr. Richmtond the plaini question,
",N .,i Mr. Richmond, can you tell me confiden
ia :', how your New York delegation is going!"
l' WWeh," replied Mr. R., "Ithink some of them
aro going by land and some by water." "I don't
m.ean that," was the responsne "I mean how are
th,'" going to vote?" "Oh !" said Mr. Richmond I
" 1 don't know, and I dilon't Ielieve ttey know
tit c..elves." This closed the interview.
- "4"€ - .. .
Burglary as . Flue Art.
A PERFECT SET OF TOOLS.
[Frem tro Phltadelphbi Telegraph
.n ,t'ortnient of burglarious tools reenetly
oano into the possession of oar police aouthorities.
Tihe, were captured in New York. by detecrtives
Ge-'ege II. Smith and Taggart,at the time that tihe
not rious Roberts rnd Mauson were taken in cu
tody in that city. The history of these desperate
noet i- not without romantic interest. RIoberts is
an lutericau, who was well known to the poliee
of this rity fifteen years ago. About that tillle he
fore-.k this country for England, wher e he pro-e
eutl hi ,alling with success for tille, fla t
finuti fell into the thands of the athorititt, andt
was transported to Vlan Diennlall' Lald. Obtlain
int a ticket-of-leave, he.returned to England.er
w]., i organiz ed a gang of kindred spirits for
peoel'r! lls ill hi ti ve lati d.
tr" theml, T'nhomnls ltokerville by name, i
now srviig o ut r therll in the peritentia t tfel tihe
ro.bbIrol l a n hoe or at l-:ighth aul- irilbert
Stlemr,: IltUItll4.r iet stille a 01 larei Ielltlglehll n tie hlnr
tiIi ;e the vei iloane of thle pirie, whitiche other,
JollaMadoen, ii keeping oomny iirt wi lbr ] r- in
ting ie wiisieg lero nfi . lrt little is i rnow abrouti
thepli.rvriolu li-tory Io these ie iretiotlirle, ex c lt
thl i -,e ol tieri belonged t tho t ecrtt he. ter. rod
aell,ther io to le Londol till. lThat tile wholte Lrntg
cor:rised tie most skillful anod n ergetie burglars
tvl, Blvrrc ever urseol tlla United Staite witll their
preel:e, is abundartloeproved by the suolcess
whi.h lhas attended their operations up to tle time
of thiei capture.
When Roberta and ris colleaguest crossed the
oceni, they brought with thetl tile most perfect
set of tools that our detectives have encountered.
But at tie very outnet of their cis-Atlantic career
they came to grief. In an attempt to force an
entrance into the safe of a country bank, they
lost tile most valuable portion of their outfit. Iae
ing likewise short of funds, they found it neces
sary to resort to the petty burglaries of MIaroh
and Aprnil last. In these they were entirely suc
enssful, and with the funds thus secured they pro
ceeded to replenish their supply of instruments,
and were about entering upon some gigantic en
terprise,which would have astonished the country
aid amply repaid thim for all previous disappoint
,ments, when Messrs. Smith and Taggert suddenly
pounced down upon and put anl end to the
schemne.
In their possession were found the tools with
wlhic they lad intenlded to opiterte. Among thetm
were some fifty or sixty skeleton keys of tihe most
Svanrie d and intricate construction. They were
likewise provided with little cakes of white vsnx,
on tMihie they took tile impression of keys of
w rhich duplicates were required. Pincers, jirm
tmies, taps and bits without number were also in
store. Somfe of these bear tile trile-mark ot ',J.
Buckr, Lorndon," end are prolbarbly a portion of
their original stock. But tie most formidnable and
.ingelitius ptece of mechlnism which they pus
se-ed,'and tie constructionr of which shorwed that
the.y were consumnlate masters of their art, was
an iistrument foI r openligl a safe in a quitet way.
Thie intruiient w rieh they inlorted from InEIg
rlai-i. and tost in their first essay atits'use, weighed
.abhuit one hundred poeundgs.
I11 tile construction of tihe new one they nlade
sorne improvements, besides reducing its ne-ight
to ; pounlds. This nmrchine, the les of whichE
was never before seen iu Alrerica, consists simply
of a bar irnli one inch in tlhickness, thlrec inches
in wridth, and three or four feet long. By means
of wooden trestles pulaced at either end and se
curedl to tihe floor with serena, this bar is Ieldr in
place before the stafte. Midway ii the length of
the iron bar there is a tlhreaded hole thlrougl
whi-:l the drill is worked by means of a crank.
The drillitself is very ingenious, and has all the
necessary appliances for beeping the bit pressed
hard against tlie safe door. When thIe outer coat
ing of the safe is once perforated, tihe bit is re
placed by a tap, by which threads are formed
around the aperture.
At this point the drill is laid aside and a thread
ed belt inserted in its place. Blocks of wood are
then placed against the trestles to prevent them
from being drawn in against the safe, and every
thing is ready for the final operation. This is not
as easily understood as the preliminaries, bnt its
result is the gradual forcing outward of the exte
rior surfare of the safe door. Taken altogether,
the whole operation is one of tile most ingenious
ever devised. There are probably not more than
two or three safes in the United States that could
resist it successfully.
As an instance of tire value of small things, it is
ascertained that eyelets, costing but seventeen or
eighteen cents per thousand, are consumed to the
value of four nmrlioui dollars per year, so that ove
two hundred and fifty tlhousand millions of these
little conveniences are annuallyused in hoop
nkirts, shoes, etc.
When 'were banking institutions first known?
In the time of Pharoah, when tile Egyptians re
ceived a cheque (check) on tihe bank of tie Red
iea, and Moses crossed it. Ever since faro banks
have been popular, and favorite places of deposit,
as they hardly ever got broke,
C. CAVEROr' & Co.
C, cAv .uoC & CO,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCIIANT.,
No. 116 ,oyal street,
FEW ORLEaNs.
LIBERAL ADVANCER
SMadon conlgnmenteof cotton and other product., to our
f Iriends in
LIVERPOOL, HAVRE AND BORDEAUX.
0. CAVAROO & CO.,
No. 116 Royal street.
CHANGE ON RIGHT AND ON TIME
At the conveidenc of buyers, on the following named cities
PARIS,
AMIENS,
ANOOULEME.
AGEN,
ARRAS,
AUCLl,
AURILLAC,
ALENCON,
BAYONNE,
BREST,
BAIRLE-DU.
BESANCON,
BLAYE,
BLOIS,
BEAUVATS,
BOULOGNE,
BORDEAUX,
CUEN,
CARCASONNE,
It - ERMONT.FERRAND,
CHARLEVILLE,
CASTRES,
CASTELNAUDY
CHALONS.SUR-MARNE,
DUNKERUQB,
DIEPPE,
ELBEUF,
GRENOBLE,
GRAY,
a HAVRE,
aLYON,
LAVAL,
LILLE,
LIMOGES,
LIBOURNE,
Le ORIENT,
MARESILLES,
M MULHOUSE,
MANS (LE R
Il MONTPELLIER,
NANTES,
1NANCY,
r NARBONNE,
PAU,
PERIGUEUX,
PUY (LE)
PEERI'I NAN,
Qe UIMIER,
d REIMS,
RODEZTOULOUSE,
. FROC cILE (LA)
IREN oES,
t. BOO HEI'ORT,
1n ROANNE,
,R ATRASB U R.
Is ST. ETIENNE,
Nd ST. QUENTIN.
d SAUMUR,
TOULOUSE,
lo TARBES,
TOURS.
e- *Fo,,,le y C. CAVAROC & CO..
1g TINBE WINES
FINE WINESI
(FROM THE HOUSE OF SEIGNOURET BROTHERS,
BORDEAUX) -
150 bble. RED WINE--Chateau Dtilon-different qualities,
1000 do. do. do. do. do.
50 bor e, do do. do. do.
150 do. do. Chateau Terrehrt, do. do,
100t do. do. do. Talbot.
Sdo. do. do. Laftte.
30 do. do. Io. Larose.
30 do. do. dor. Margaux.
15 do. do. do. Leoville.
125 do. do. St Juhen.
10) do. WHITE WINE-Sauterne.
10 do. do. Barsac.
0 do. do. Beaune.
10 do. do. Chateau Yquem.
For atle by C. CAVAROC & CO.,
No. 116Royal 1tr0t.
RED WINE IN CASES
2,5.) cses RED WINE, St. Lomb anod St. Eulaiio ,
in store and fur o ale by C. CAVAROU,
N,. 119 Royal tfreet
RED WINE IN BARREL S
100 barrrcls RED WINE, g.o d ordl0 ar. in store ai.
for sale by C. CAVARO)C &
No. 116 Koval star t.
R OYISSBLOON ..CAlOUS
40 barr.el RED WINE-ltouooiofn, oery stout.
.) db. d... Cabo d
In tore anid f ru se by C. CAVARO & CO ,
N . 0 119 R,,, l 00 , t
SN,, Ilt R0,. .te ,: rit
y I S DBNIO. . . .SAE DINE -
1 tt t e: c, " q,IIl.; ilIo --J 1olo ,t o --i:,o :e ,OdN -N O lI
ot aroo) Gulo r, I
o'. (C.lVARII",t 0 '.,
I .,- n store and u e kes of N . th Itm ao r
1 il cDae0--oo iotl o i Itoe--SAoRDInES F1N OL.
nolrked Bode!, Su.bMile , Ch Ledantec. ill st,,e and f-r
ttoob' . CIdRttc . CO.,
NNo 1 i Rnyal U T reT-t
BE.JX-IDE-VlE ..............EtEAUX-DE-VIE.
50 quarts Coeq, Father R S1,,n, 155.
o eighths do. d1 o dLo.
S 25 qurtls A ille Peti it, o.1. ,
2 O eighths do . d o.
111 20 ouorts J M, . Int STeri N 1o25.
20 eigAhths do. dF.
50 F Iart I Borel.
In store, and under keys of tle C tlln ,,tho --for sale by
I C. CAVAROC T COE.,
N(. 116 Rdoyal street.
h SFFICE o ,9RIISIOERS b s ECOND
S DRANING DISwIICT, No. W110 Carndelet street, New
Orleaus, Ang1-t 15, t311 --All owners of Land, lying itht
. t-e Se-ond DraL i ,g District. which is bounded below by
Julia street and the New Canal, and Tuve by the Jeafferao
Rfllroa s anI extending from tbo )l;~tisippi river to LakL
t ontehaltrain, oare ANerSy oti.d t WELt t Yie .th Instalmn l
or the Asse smeo t for the cost of Drcni ,We aid District i.
n1wdue and pFyable at tbis 141e. Aell ,alot paRid by the
lSth of September ext will abe sabject to prlceediug. acord
umg to law. oOEt EASTMAN, President.
R7 Tb,.kO oN B. IMPORTER OF
'e FOREIGN FRUIT.
tWholesale tealers in all kinds of Dried and Green Frlo
i No. 11 FRONT AND 1 FULTON STREETS,
U. Between Common and Gravier streets,
J. NEW ORLEANS.
rf E NEW YORK NEWS-
Ild T T ro N rt Woy Nor
Th New York Weekly and SeNl.Weekly News,
h FGREAT FVMILy NEWSPdPEo.
ineo Wop0 00. .............. ........ ....E ..d..... Proprietor.
le Jopyls of Politiyea, it.ture, F.ion. , ar......et and0
e:h op nanciyl eports, I... .tin. .elh.y, d.....0 0
od Nas from oll Parts of the T oorld.
I5The Orget Cheapest and Bt Papers pulih i.....n ...w Yoo 00
od
The ew Yorlr eekl y New,
of P lblshed Eer ednesday Fld.
00 go cop, one year ... ............... .....,..........$4 00
k. Threecoies, on FOear. .................o...o. " .. IO0
.Five cpi., on e ear......................... ..... .. 15 00
S TeU cop so ne ear .................................. 170
And an extra copy to any club of Tea.
It. Twenty copies one year ................................ 30 00
SO- ToeooklyRatoooooooo. . . clergyman at.............. 1 O
e, N Yoik WeekLly News.
e STomleo ps ,aotrbear ..........................I c......$ .
ThrS e copit s..one y. ..................................... 1000
cop one year F ..... 16No Sl, 00
0 Ten copie 0 01 yar cd We... o N t.............. 30
oity Twenty cop Bgs Hne qear .. 00
er, NeNo YorYor DFew
4 l 0
Rn To mail sobsfbers .......................O$10 per annuhe
lyd For sale by $150. Ne Dealer..
RSpecimen copies of Daily and Woo dot Newts ent fret.
Fe Addreso , BENJ. tOOD,
tents per LISHE sq
Ao e Pltqotuemine, to e il t pIbsilleParh, Ls.
Oo ooe. Wrd dt Co., 1Prontooue
led porderedlotn solocto.
Amnnounements of candidates for State and District omceh
wit, will be charged oW.
Announcements for Parish and local ofces will be cherg't
0, payable to advraoe.
GHOC(.AII.ES ANI) PHODUCE.
CAMMA & Iz SUQEIRE,
WHOLESALE GROCER8,
1I New Levee and 10 PoLFton treeet.
Between Grvler and Common streets.
prkf Plonr.Lard, 8ar, eolwes, Coffee, Slt, Fine Wlnes,
LUqore, Tobacco aed IJigg rn cunetantly on band In qurntitlte
to~nit prchbaers. Orders fer plantation supplie ear fulnJ
put u. City orders for Prmoly .upplies sollcited
(ýEU{4SE 45. ESAREER.
(J. 0, GOODRICH, H. L. GOODRICH, O. AILEY.)
WHOLESALE 00015
-"UD
ommilsimon Merehuat.
NIa 6 COMMON AND 44 CANAL STREETS
J W. BOSLEE,
WHOLEHALE GRO ER
-AND
COlmision Me.nehkm.,
40. 7 FRONT AND S AND 10 FULTON STREmBTS
R L WILLIAMS,
WHOLESALE GROOE4 ,
n New LeeY,M47, 49 and SI G7t1,e1a.m
NEW ORLEANS.
BIWEL PAYNE A Gl O.
(H. BIDWELL, E. 0. PAYNE," JNO. N. P.NlE
WHOLESALB GROCERS, AND DEALERS IN WESIENR
PRODUCE,
No. 71 Tehoe.Inolal a 3uet,
New Oriean, L..
S OOB, FICETT * CO.
(B. H. WOODS-WM. B. FIOUETT-M-IE I WOODS,
Sf C~emere 5treet.
(CLARK, STEWART A B4IB'S OLD STANDR)
D, MONTGOMERY, ALA.
Wholesale and eetalS Groee1.,
Y OCOMMISSION MERCHANTS AND COTTON BEOKERS
durey & Harris; H. . Fuley a Co.; Batt, Noble Co.;
CoL J. O. Nixon, and 1ol. D. Pn, New Orlean
J •TAFFOERD d. CO.
CORNER JACKSON AND ROUBSSEAU STREEITS,
AND 0tD MAGAZINE STREET,
Offer or sale saeseral assortment of mrocerie., received
from first hads. and at th. lowty t mare prioe. Will be and
sre receiving additional stock of all kinds of goods In our Il.
We call the attention 01of retail tore and the trade In general:
they will and oar stock inferior to none In the market On?
tock of Flor i'( extensive both of family and trade brands.
1145AM. STEUFP AND MOLASEf"
Creseent City SugaP eMonlIT.
DOUBL.BREFINED LOAF,
OUT-LOAF.,
CRUSHED
-And
POWDERED SUGAR
WHITE.r ad YMOW CLARIFIED SUGAR,
GOLDEN SRUP U OU FAMILY, SYBU
SUGARHOUSR.
--And-
REBOILED MOLASSES.
Lhalasan. and West Indie
SUGAR and MOLASSES,
A. Thomeson * Co.,
A4 T.honupltoul4 stre7.'
THEODOE PELLM.
WHOLESALE DIEALER 1
Ltquors and Wines,
TOCHOUPITOULAS STREET.
New Orieamn
A. iH. .'MEZA., COMMISSIlON MERCHANT,
Importer of Cuba Produe.,
--Alo, Deler In
LOUISIANA SUGAR AND MOLASSIS,
Omee, NOo. 10 St Lows stoem
iLoabI.als and Oabs Sugar and MolaIes Awy Is on hand
to .it prehbser
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, ETC.
B B. NEWHA.LL- I
commisason Desler1n Jn
Boots and Shoesa
No. 35 OLD LEVEE STREET,
Between Customhouse and Bienvllle,
Nzw Oz.sB, LA. B
E. MA'QSIEZE- H
WHOLESALE DEALER IN BOOTS AND BHOES,
75 Canal Street.
Partiular attention paid to Plantation orders.
JOHN i. BoILD. AGENT- C
BOOTS AND SHOES AT WHOLEhSALE,
No. 6 MHgolute Street,
No. 157 Common Street,
(Between Csrondelet and St. Charles streets.)
New Orleans.
CIGARS, TOBACCO, ETC.
J A. PEISNANISEZ,
--IMPOTER OF
HAVANA CIGARS,
No. 65 Common street and No. 4 Canal Street,
(Nr sTAIls.)
NEW ORLEANS.
CIIAIRLED C. MENGEL et CO.
All kindsofLeafand Manufactured Tobacco
(THOS. 0. WALSH, late of Lynhburg, Vs.; ARTHU
CONNELL, late of Montgomery, Als.I
TOBACCO AND GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
COSNER Or GRAINES AND NEW LBSSSS BNSTSI.
New Orleans, L.
zzr a TO
General Harry T. Hays, New Orleans, L
Messrs. McDaniel A Irby, Lynchhursg, VI
Meors. Cha. Lulitng Co., New York. N
D EFIANCE
CIGAR MANUFACTORY.
D. HIRSCH A CO.,
'176 Water street, New York.
- THE DAILY NEW ORLEANS CRESCENT KEPI
ON FILE.
C." B. BLOOM a CO0.- B-
. 76 GRAVIER STREET,
Wholesale Dealers in and Importers oi
Keep constantly o hand the best brnds of the
OLD DOMINION. S
GUMA,
Importer of
unrarounz or ALL LNAs or
PLUG V H EWING TOBAC OO,
Sl Mageazne street, New Orleas.
PHYSICIANS.
D8. .. A. MLEOD
OFFICE, NO. 5 CARONDELET STREET,
Offers hs Professional Services to the Citizens of New
R Oleanss .
RI . . AUSTIN, I. D.,
AT THE OFFICE OF THE BOARD OF HEALTH,
No. I82 Oravler stret.
S Rldsideno, No. 4 Washington street.
W DRS. L. T. PK a& J. T. ScoTT
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS,
OmS, NoA40 CAMP STREET, betwee CsomSa eM I
ovier. Residence, No.,co eJoph sad
Apollo streots, New Orlean, Lº
SOMee Hours 11 A. M. to 8 P.M.
5 N. B.-Speial attention paid to Diseases of te Eye.
STEAMBOAT AGENTS.
SOHN E.THYDE i O .-(JOHN E. HYDE. ED. J.
BOOKER,)
STEAMBOAT AGENTS
.r5t 0eneral Commisslon and ForwardlWn Mer
75 ehants,
n0 No. 11I COMMON STREET,
IoN s New Orlean ,
SiN A MsH, and attention gve to tb 00mudCtn o
freight bll.
ATTOIHNIEYS AT #,AW C
ONNER, GOOD)E & DIL0INGHAM,
J. M BONNER, E. J. wOOD, J. P. DILLImGHAI .
Atternles at Low.
(OVER CANAL BANr,)
SoNr· or oaO AN 0s9lash STl5to, "I o5ue.1,
Will prctice In the Courts of New O0teasoad give l. ict t.
tentlop to "y buInsmlmlS ptrut to them. oonsectlon with
reUsbibe Attorney at W.bgton, they will p1rSpre .ad pro0
Suto claims aginsat the 0 Oormt.
OEH D , TRIGO. I,
(CHAD. S. MOREHEAD, WYNDHAM . TRIOOJ
Atto.eey. at Law.
GREENVILLE, MISSISSIPPI,
Hae associated themoelves t prclOe, their prof1lon In
the .ountie of Wahlnton, Tunlic, CoIbom., BOlivar,
Iaa.neno and Warren.
E. H. HUDSON
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
Oece, S CHap Street.
Bus)n. for him, during any temporary l bnee. left with
Mrn. Itarko h Bayne, will tociveproper attention.
CULML * THORPE
IS NORTH CULLOM, H B. THORPE) 0G
Attorey.m at Law,
MARBEVILLE, LOUISIANA.
P.aot4i In the ourts of Avyelho. PolntoOonpn and
ealer to the Prop.to. of the CescentL
GEBSON a AUOTIN.
( L. GIBSON, J, . AUSTIN.)
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORP.-AT-IAW,
100 Common street, opposite City Hotel, J.
Newr Orleans
(HARRY T. HATS, D. W. ADAMS, E. WARREN NOIE,)
Attorneys and ounsaelors at Iaw,
OR.., 15 St .harlM treet--Second floor.
HARRIS & H ARBI/
(J. W. H. HARRIS-N. H. HARRIS.)
Attorneys-at-Law, VIekbur., H..IloppL
Will practice their profea.on lI the cobrts of M aliulppl and
Lo(aslana. Prompt att , tongivas the 1.polln) o oldmh
S(JAME B. SMITH, Clinton; J. H. HALSEY, Point o.upae
Cour Howe,)
Attorneye.t-Law,e
Have formed a partnerhlp, and wll practie thelrprofm.o
In the ,court of the Seventh Judliil D0.trlct.
SHELDONW a PARDEE.
S(L. A. SHELDON, DON A, PARDER )
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
18 St. Charle treet, New Orleans.
RdAlNDOPHM SNGLETON a HARDEI,
WILLIAM . RANDOLPH, (CHARLES ,. SINGLETOI,
JOHN W. HARDIS)
Attornowo and Gouo.elorn at L.w,
Con.r CORP and Ntaah" stets, (C
over Home MRutul Insumae. CoI p oy, 78 mp .tr0,.
NEW OSLEA1j.
MARK * OUTE
(I H. MARE, a. A PFOTTE, G. W. 0, YMAR,)
Attorneys at Law, S
141 GSma. Oe.,
M. A. FOOTE, Commhaloner of MYlaIppl.
- HVMPSIREY MARSHALL.
COUNSELOR AND ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Omce, No. 11 Caondelet .st, New Oe.,., Loihdi.s
WII prd)1. Law in the O0utl of New 1Orleas, and w0
.tond to the plr0,s0lon of 1l0m. to be deided at We
a Pe. ,Ox.
ATTOREY.ATLAW
No. 154 Orasler temwS
_ NewOrla ,.,
JOHN N. HOLLAND.
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW.
No. .5 Royal atreelt
(onrosei emn,,' al m),
e4d.nmce., No. 7 H.tl street. ew
HAIS N . HUNTON. '
(J. O. HARRISON, THOMAB HU)TONJ
Attorneys at Law.
Will pocooahe in ll the Oeurts of New Orleans, nd Ino
strict attetion to any buinese entr0.t1d to them. In co0
unction with s reliable Attorney at Wahingthon, they wi
prepare .adpraoeecnte d c against th9 Govemen.
O1oe-115 O,,orer rhe,.as
DUNOAN N. HENNEN,
ATTORNEY-AT.LAW,
No. ........... CMrondelet Stret ............ N
Has resumed the Practice of the law.
Hsing msde professlonal cnn0ectons lt the eeveral P.
loe, 11w0 attend to Colleclons and Olsim, in all0( Phe lh.
of the Slate ; lei to CI.O.. siganet the Go,.,rrot at Wae)
(n0ton.
GROCERIES. WINES. ETC.
C. H. MILLER & CO.
Manufacturer ef STEAM REFINED CANDIES, importer
of WINES, BRANDY, PRESERVED FRUITS, CIGARS
and all descriptions f FIREWORKS, a
Agent for the Le. AsBLelo*, Cal., Wines,
5)0,,d 52 New Leveestreer, conr of Natcbh.
NO. 66 4RAVIER STREET
SWave constantly on hand a fine assortment of
WINES,
BRANDIES,
LIQUORS.
And Fancy Groceries,
Whle we offer for sale at lowest market rates
MITE A MURDOUK
LAY & HACMURDO,
Wholesale and Retall
--DHERS I-
Fine Wines, Llquere-. Ete.,
No. It UNION STREET.
LED!O A I.- AMON.
(C. LEDI.G, H. DAMMROS.)
Wholesale -Boeers and Dealers In eeneral
Frovllsions, Cigars, Tobaeeo,
WINES, LIQUORS, ETC.,
No. I POYDRAS STREET, NEAR NEW LEVER
New Orleans.
EDWABD CONERI,.
WHOLESALE GROCER,
CommisBion and Forwardlng Merchlan
AD pmn Is
WESTERN PRODUCE. FOREIGN nd DOMESTIO WINES
LIQUORS, ETC., ETC.
OoSnS o SorB n FRONT xTs SBIo. NE OSLI.SI. LI
FO VHEINMEN DOTIEB- .
WHOLESALE GROCERS
Dealers In Foreign and DomeEtle Liquere
(Agent for Pine Apple Whisky)
5 TOHOUPITOULAS STREET. NEW ORLEANd
I (ALF. H ISAACSON--HENRI 6. SELEAR
Wholesale Dealsrs In
STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES.
--NVD
Importers of Fine Wines and Liquors.
66 COMMON STREET,
New Orleans. Louislana.
J, A. BLAFFER a CO,,
(SUCCESSORS TO WM. MASSEY,)
Agents for Maesey Collins & Co.'s
PHILADELPHIA ALE ANŽD PORT3R.
Ale, Porter and Clder,
By the Cask, Barrel or Bottle.
BOTTLING HOUSE 26 AND 2 BIENVILLE STREET,
Wholesile Depot, 59 New Levee street.
New Orieans, LL
SShlping orders promptty attended to.
DENTISTRY.
DR. J. N. HAGEE.
SURGEON DENTIST,
No. 107 Carondelet treet,.
First door above Poydras. on right hand side.
SOUTHERN DENTAL DEPOT
BENJ. F. HOPPER.
M 3t. karles street, New Orlenns.
A fll upplyof DENTAL MATERIALS of a hMinds, con
lsttingln part of
Instrmments; Operating Chairs and SptutBn ;
Teeth; Gold ad Tin Foll; Gld, BilvereC Isth Plate
Fles; Vlucaniser.; Rubber; Lathel;
BRmsh Cotton aCoronadn WheeIls;
cArkbansas Stones, eta, o. t
Orders b mall promptly exeuted.
Address, as ahu Lock Box No,. 7211.
SDE BOW'- NATIONAL REFVIEW-WILL
be published monthly--lL2 to 120 pages, octavo.
Terms-E6 per annum.
It will he an invaluable workfor Ite merhant, manufacturer.
baker, professional nulm capitalist and citizen s eeking nor
marion on great national 'sbJect in severy villaege, town an
citly in the Union. These desirlnag information in regard to thS
practicl workinEof emC n pationl at the South, will find it al
SIn this work, as the editor anuounces that subject to be one o
prominent consldaration in his future issoes.
Amoag the reent notices of the press, the following is s
letted from the New York Evening Post of recent date:
Mr. De Bow's ecapacity as statistician was never delied
by his hit.Irest opponents, and his thorough knowledge of the
osuthern States, and Ihg study of the miInn.manuCcCturtng,
Eommerctil and agricultural interests of the w:ele country,
will make his Revie I vS able Io all CIctlunI."
COM b1 I9NJ N-I'OH W A H DliN4 l.
j)EREHB s. SWEN8ON & CD.
W. NI. PEHI(11S, N-O,1".. S. U. SWENSONN. NT,
late Aselill, To.,, D, L. I(EIXION. New Orleans )
Genera( Commissilon Merchants,
No. 48 Csrond,1Ht strese, comer M Colo,,i,, t,
New Orlosol.
INIZENDENT TIBOUQS LINE
AGENCY. e
MITCHELL, MUILAND A CO. (Ls.. JAQOESS, mIT.
CHELL A CO..) 5293. 3, MITCHELL, of Nqw
OesI.JOe P. RUTLAND, Mobil.,
Forrwrdi.g and Commiss.. Mere bsnS.k
SHIP AlND INDEPENDE1S? STEAMBOAT
AGENTS,
N...84 C..s..e. street Fad aB PBsrt sStret
MOBnL, ALA.
H. W. SIICKMASTZM 10,,o
GENERAL COMMISSION AND FORWARDING MEL
CHANTS,
80 andSOS New Leve. S.ret. I
E. W. ADAMS,
COMMISSION MENOHAN?,
36 Alle d'Orleass, BU.deaux, Fwaae.
Bus"c.SC.-Hon. C. M. Oo,,sd, Perm. Hutisgis. A
Co. W. H. Avy Ge. D. W. Adas.,, Hsnderns n* 0,41..
3. *. Bubldogs boiigssy a Es.4pt. J. W. Zseb... asnd J. I
0. .., aigo
MABTINE PALASCIJO
1700. PIZ880 MANTIlNB-ANTONIO PALACIO.)
Eomnslu5on Mersbas..
158 EIIAVIER SREET,
New Oc...sNs,
DILL~xeNA b BEBL4SS
(0. DILLINGHA1&-JOHN DEBLSI&
d Bcesors to Weed, Wittiss A C..,
CS1011s1l5 mMerehcand Wholesale 5reoer
Nos. 7, 9,11 stdw 1 TdsinpitOnssl StNO5,
New Ons.m.
U . E:OWISS * EDO..
(0. L. NUNS, BEN. B. ROUTE)
° .ste Comes.eton Merebmate.
WHOLESALE 0200228,
FANCY OROERNIES, BOA? AND BAN sTONEE
No. 30.C.,mon 50st, Now pO.rime,
CsH.55nson5. Csmls5nss atsi. 5. S.Snd Orders. Fsrehase
-frotbhes Ln . lfd tad.
P.,si,41s satssction givn to Rrsrhsfg end 8.w.. Ing
8,41..
I, Ldbsei Cssh Ad .. ms4de, Consigsnmets.
WMXTZMIAN BXISTMNMS.
(0. P. WEITREAN, H. 0, WEITEMAN, B. . WHITE
MAN,
4Jmsuuls.. M..55eHng and Porwardlu3
Mrchant..
WholaslsasS R.is5DmlostIn
GEOCEEXES, WESTERN PRODUIC. LINE, REMENT
NAILS, Es..,
Days.n Sara, LN..
-T Having s.e..d b.sine.. atsthdicd stand, msupootw,1
so~Uot a oswa of former patronage
A. STEWAMT b510.
(ANDREW STEWART. LA. AYERAJ
b 4onmlwlor and Fward55g MorehaaS..
BOAT STORES AND PLANTATION SUPPLIER,
No. 4 Pet5. (Nr NewLoves) giet, .,m.s of ssi sts
(Orrousum · Canoe Eoan,)
New Orheu, >
trin IttntsiopaiS d to the Sb. ,1.d Bto sgs o oi.. kind.f
- Pesdoti.beral Clh Adiances msd,. O,,os5gm.s~s5 sand
pio5ptstItnm. AI..lso,'ass foths Red Ein.Nxpseu.
SMITH a CASAH,.
(J. PINCENEY SMITH, Cartl parhl; JOHN M. CARE, S.
Madison pariah,) (
tCnu .lon Merchants and Puerchaing
Agentl.
o Ce~e g W Ou, New et,
IWOCsh Adnee male oen Oonsignment
JOSEPH H. OLUB. B
(LATE OGLESBY T ACAULAY)
Commnluson KMe.hman
POB5. S TO AND 71 TCHOUPITOIILAS STEETn,
New OLnted
MC'13..[ME BROTHEBH ,
COMMISSION MEBCHANT, C
lo. AS Broad Street, New eorkl. C
COu ardeee made on hlpments t. the above hoonbJ
JOSEPH H. OGLESBY,
O. 0W and 78 Tehoepltouls etrel A
JAfMES WEIGHT,
COMMISSION MERCHANT
Z4 1-2 Carondelet street.
Foreign and Domestic EXCHANGE bought and sold.
ADVANCES made on conelgments to A R. MMasMeter
Bro.. Liverpool : CIdwell Asbworth, S Wall streIet, NewYork.
BEN. TOLEDANO., I
COMMISSION MERCHANT, C(
N O. 16 tnlon street. New Orleans. C
COMMISSION MERC 5MM.
For the sale of
Cattle, Hoeg, Sheep. Mules and Mers.e. C
STOCK LANDING, NEW ORLEANS.
gatlstactor references glven.
C HENOWETH, CASEY A CO., f
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
Wo. 58 Gravter Street,
New Oo.nen, aI.e
W. H. NICHOLS CO.
COMMISSION MEReHANTS,
ea.NIasoe TO 5. a. IICIOLSe A eO.,
Galveston, Texas.
BARRET .2 MeCOLUGE
WHOLESALEANDRETAIL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
Levee Street. Shreveport, La.,
solicit Conslgnmente of Cotton and MeYahandle.
' HITTY & CO.
HARDWARE, GENERAL COMMISSION,
Recelvlng and Forwardng Merebants,
And Trade Sale Auetioneern
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES AND PRODUCE,
No. 7 Levee street. Shreveport, La.
A. H. DELMA-
GENERAL COMMISSION AND LUMBER MERCHANT,
Omee, No. 875 Julla at., New BasLn.
NEW ORLEANS.
STpecIal attention glve Bnilders' and Shippers' Orders for
Lumber. Shingles, etc. delivelred at mills or city.
TMcUOID, MEHLE d CO.,
(JAMES McQUOID, CHRIS. MEHLE, H. INBAU
J. T. AYCOCK, JOE OITZINGER,)
(Successors to O. WilkRn A CGo.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Cattle, He . and Sheep,
STOCK LANDING,
Ciy ol Jeeelri, La
V. MAIGNAN &R . LALA ORDE-
COMMISSION MERC:HANTS, IMPORTERS
-or
French Wines, lrandlee, .ardines, etc.,
NO 42 OLD LEVEE STREET.
- LOVELL BHAlLEY.
SHIP BOrERES AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
81 Carondelet Street.
J. F. LOVELL, formerly Bexter, Lovell & Co., New 0Ctl
W. S. BAILEY. formerly Aeunste Aedrb A Co.. Antwerp
W.'BBEN. NEWCOMB e. CO
R No N BROAD SIETRE, NEW YOR0
Clotton sad Tobac coFactors and ennral (S"a
- mllion MeeehnSnt.
H. . NEWCOMH a BB aISVIE
bo T IHEHAL CAR8 ADVANCER MADN OR
by oeeigmeRe oelsf Ctendother H TSde Pe sd Above Gals
N ATOC EZ DAILY COURMIEj
IS PClISAYsmD ,~lre
TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, TIIURSDAY, FRIDAY AND
ro. SATURDAY.
Weekly Courler
or. Is puplsLed MondI Mrnlin. DVA
S ALL PAYMENTS IN ADVANCE.
he O.e dollar per month, or ten ents per copy. By the year
all •1 SuEscripllse invariably tpp e te time ped forI
I o spires.
so One square (one inch, or ten lines solid ni , gion . g 1
s fq Rt ltti ......... ......................
ied One square, econd insertion ....... ................ 7
She No dvertiiementsi tkSen on the "till Torbld" ylStem. A
leg, sp ciyid time will be stated, and paind fIr in advance
ly, Yearly, hrlf.yearly and quaOrterly edvertiemoRaS t the usu11
te1 .
COTTON f'ACTOR$, ETC.
Rf E,ý RAY.tr.WIII 7B -(NOBTNBOB
I. YEATRAN, Ne rlelnt; HENRY C . Y·ATSAN f
Woad. YBtmha & CA,. N..hmiIJ,; JOHN F. WJIELLEB,
Nuehvine.)
COTTON AND TOBACCO FACTbORS,
General Canlml··lon Merchants.
71 CABOBDELE? STREET, NEW ORLEANS.
JOAN jr. HANI4JO CO.
0011GB FACTOB., CONNIBBION AND IORWARDIN (A
MEBCHANTN,
No. 44 Ca*BadBUdt SWreet, up Batis. O
Con .dldg at.4. Nc. O~tona
5PEZD. Z SUXUS C GO.,
NO. a EONDELET cRr a, NEW ONLRNhNU LA
cato mand Taba"" Facta.,..
GENERAL OGNINN3ION XENOHANT
,adn Ge* awclau Aumnate
HAS.* J. PEN (H..
(RA.I*J. HEL o Ses Ons. B.R. OEU
Osttec Fmeter. .
EERAL COONISSION NUCEA)IU
NO. 10 Grer.W..q.e. Om etcnd bt .'GOa Ni , . It
a r P ATF.X
W. N. HOGAN, LitY uomsO.NyE.,~
IOW? ATRON, Now Od.aas La~.
o.48. Fact.r. C
ONNERAL 0O1NINNION AND IOEWAZDIN SENU
_No. 188 Ga-woc kehi Now Odom
wA~u a mr n M&WB ru Am.
a asn
H. J. W&SMc. W.
NB.uems ot War.,. GBmBn aGm,
OOWBON FACTors AND OONNIBNNION NERONANB
N. 48CA.a44t Btnet, NewOd..., It
THOS. Mi.USGOTT a0
(THOS X. W", of a HEI t;, U1;30S. T. N
= r O~r I eoo r IL L k of ut
CotonPmtea ad enmdAemltr.aa
GotaFat, Sad Omaid aa Swarat,
it. Ouh advnnor m oo ousmmotL Km rbm
J. a.PUNSON * 00G.
COTTON FAIOTEnR
STUVUNUON a H.L.
ee (ONA. NINVENBON, A. H. RT
[email protected]~a Fact...
GENERAL. GONUIBBION NNNGHANITU,
N.. 48 Pocd~e cOU.L
w Bm amsI BPH
H. L WYCHE AB. B.NXOHARDNON. Na.OBor..I to Joh
(1.1on Facto. aad O mmissia M erhatat
4 1UNION STREET. NEW ONLEAN&
JOHN PHELPS,
.al. ral oammoNsina macchaaS.
NO. 48 GARONDELET STERET. NEW ONLEAFE
W B. TvLL 6.
WUOOEISOE OF TAIBLEON WmITING a TULrJ
Cotona Fator. COT
No. 8 PERDIDO mSEET, NEW OMRLEASt
A. r* B,.
Cottoa Broker.
w1 COMMON STREET.
S. W 'EnD * O.- . C
(S.WHITD,F. S. GISRE,W. L. BRA.ER, MIE ANDAI L)
GeOssal Commoo Mereanta., i
27 CANAL ST . NEW ORLEANSr (B
BouWsEdW a sMexarox,
(D. BOULIONY, L RsCLAaON,)
COttoen ad iasc r anetors
OOMMIBSION MERCHANTS
ComM OoSMO ANS MAosasm rIS, (W
C ew Orlex n
CL.E-.n a 0o.. CO
COTTON FACTORS AND COMMISSION MEECHANITS
88 Poydras teet,
New Orlsdes,
AND CORNER OF MAIN AND WALNUT BTREETS,
S Lou).
HOWARD, PESNTONS * BABBETT
OCotton and Tobaesc -Factuor
COMMISSION MEROHAN TB, CO
A 168 Common street.
k. Now O NLIAsI, LL
D I.N. AbDAMS & O.PF. J
(T DEAN, of Don McGOnnis Wlso0. New York ; JNO. D.
ADAMS, of Litts Rock Ark.; T. GAS, of T. & J. W.
Gaf, Aurora, Ind
Cotton Factors and Commtssion Merchants
NO. 14i GRAVIER STREET, NEW ORLEANS.
EDEN PINCJAAIID- A
(P. F. EDEY, WE. IM. PINCKARD. J.,)
CEotton aetors and General Commlsslon S. C
chants,
No. 83 COMMON STREET, NEW ORLEANS.
fUNTINoTON *a BIROTIIEB
(A. S. HUNTINGTON-S. W. HUNTINGTON.)
Cotton Factors and Oeneral Coomm1onIS C(
Merehnnt.,
No. R9 NATCHBE STREET, NEW ORLEANS.
Csh sadances madeR os u addruess nd to -
our friends In Nw York and Lrverpool.
.L. mAEWELL b CU. Cc
Cotton Faetoi., GenesMl Merchansdls
BROKERS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTSB,
No. 1 stOh streetR N.w Odrlens. La
ROMI.B, PUOTHMO d CO..
(JOHN BOBBER, Ko(s SIko Miz., N. B. PROTHRO, .ew
OrlRn0 Ia, JAMES S. ROSSER, New OrRs, LR,)
Cotton BRetors
O.NERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS, N
S 4R UanR.tree,. NRw ODrlEiR
, R. POWELL. J
Cotton PFator aRd ConmsIol.o MoerSka 8
17 CARONDELET STREET, NEW ORLEBANS
W B. STUART, (ht. Stuart 5 A Jamel.)
~. BALMEg a 1B001Y-- n
(A. H. CHALMERS, U. . BOON) B
COTTON FACTORS
r nd aeneral COmmisIlon Merehant
NO. 18 GRAVIER STREET.
New Orlean
HOSIRELL, GAYLE * CO.
(B. M. HORRELL, J. W. GAYLE, J. E. IBENHOU)
COTTON FACTORS, AND GENERAL OOMMIRSIOS
MERCHANTS,
No. 10O Poydra street. O,
CRACKERS--BUSCUITS. B
MAlOAXMT --MGARET HOUGHE.Y,
8000CESSO TO F. D'AQUIN A 00
Ba-d K d Orackenr Baer,
No. 76 NEW LEVEE STREET, NEW ORLEANS,
S beRtween Poydrs and LafTyette strt, ,
KAsee eesootntly on hand largo ssrorlment o BREAI
OCRAOCKERS, ORBAN BISCOUIT, Ea.
- A.0 UPO I A00.,
tA, 0. HERON, T. oCALDE H. RWDDELEI
K COMMEROIAL BAKERTY,
Nos. 24R and M2E TehospM olu Mtr8mS
DEPOT, NO. t TCHOUFIIOULA STREBET,
Now ORleI
Always hKand aSl t14 of LOAF BREAD ASS
CRACKERS.
SOM SerKbos, Shirs ad RKv. 1 F.mlle Sunplieo.
Are prepared, at as time, to BI ordmsfor
CREAM BIUIT, Pl0-I0 BIBSOUITR,
WINE DB . S SODA Do.
SUGA Do. BUTTFER Do.
WATER 0.. FRENCH DI.
BOSTON Do. GINGER NUTS
PILOT ANTS WAVY DREAD. CORN MEAl.
E UNY' TRFPIRN.
MANUFACTURER of .1 kinds el FANCY uANDIES.
STRUPS G.H DROPS. JUJUBE PASTE and SUGAR
C &fMONSRA I OLD ' EVE STEET.
____ E+.,RR St. Lou). and OonUS. New OI.r
)1a OFFICE
7 SOUTHERN DRY DOOK COMPANY.
S No. 25 Caroadelet Street,
MNrom Common a0d 5.55 MRIRR KM RUS*R
COTTON FACTORIU, ETC.
$eYMOIIS, AMBBOUGH * CO.,
Sb SEYMOUR. New OUto . J. J. TARBROOOE, M.u4
6ou. La; JOH11N W11rWORTS, D.e)psP.riShL..)
LOTTON AND WOOL, FACTORS
Gieneroi Clnlal··on Mere~tsst·.
No.F, C.4CdelsatI.,o, New Orwh4, La.
G!`[BBARD * CUAJO
(3 I. GAWEANRD Vicklbog~; A. N. 016A10. N.. 0.14..;
flOsav ANEW EUIAR AMEB, 66. LCRAI I. COmm.
dm7
COTTON FACTORS AND COMMISSION ERRCHANTS
N.. ISO Gxarier street,
STEWAT, BIAL*EBATE * WIZEN
(ANDREW STEWART New Orleas-..WM STEWART
W. B. GALBREAT -JOANI C. FIRER. M..,p4.4
Cot.er W.e.4.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 41 Unf.6.674, Now Odiu
GaLBN7)AT, IITEWANT * 675
(W. B. OALBREEA?-WM. STEWART-JNO. C. 1IZ3
Memphb6; ANDREW STEWART, X. 0.)
Wb.IesaI. OrGcw. sad Cot.. W'aet.w.
No. 2u F.ro.6 d.ot, YM.ph6., Tone.
PArHAM * 46L17T- .
(JNO. 0. PAREAX. 6W 0664a la6.6 BEVERLY BLUNT
.6 HRids 4ounty . I4~ippl)
COTTON FACTORS, FORWARDINO AND COMMISSIOW
MERCHAlTS, A6D POUCHASING AGBNd,
NCo. 20 Cuotlnaet Street-virt jr lr.
Now OW-., L
TIALLIAMS., 5203 N (IS.,
(FRANK WUJIAMS, JOHN uION, .L, WILLIAM S .
WARBLE,)
67.t6.. F..t...,
NO. 4 UNION STREET,
N.w O.o~os
w°ODS, MATTHEWS * CO.,
COTTON FACTORS
OFeral Coam5t46IO5 M.rebst,,
186 POYDRAS STREET, NEW ORLEANS, LA.
H. VON PHUL, JN., i CO.
COTTON FCRSr AN.,D COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
109 PWydr.. Street. Now 0.1...., L..
Itb,,.6..c1 446h6466466,mde 6 Shipmets6 too56 kispi.
St. Louis, Mo., H. Vo Ph6.1 5on. IC..
67.60..' Feetrr~ro ...
(JAIL M. BROOKS-HUGH MACDQ)>'ALD-L. It IigAY
Cotta. rtlC
COMMISSION- MERCEANTS,
59 Caroadelat ,t NN, aii
JASCONNOLT * C70-NO. S.8NYfS
- S 646. 66. 0.16., F 1.d Ne Lk1VIEGSTOW,,
C7.46. Factors sad Gesoral
ý Mereyaati.
Lmb..46 C..h Ad6amde 4on644.46 Choh .t 46ec
Cons464d6 to 4or to S6ar 06.d. at L6rp.d Gin
s no61. oh16 FoxH. IT. LIgt.o,,E. B.. H B.4
(EDWARD NRWMJJI, G10. BUHNINGEAX)
COTTON FACTORS A44D COMMISSION MRRSOEANt
No. aS Cawro.adet trees,
Not. 0.zhxso La.
SARDE BOW * CO.-.
COTTON FACTORS AND CONIBSION" 8KNECaI
130 EIoom mtreet, ear. of
LWTT, ?LA H LEON- ' '
(CART W. BUTT-WM. FLASH-TIOS!.'"
Cotton ?aetoso, Ooer_ I e 2Mk
FORWARDING 3E8H304f1
Corner Caoond.det and U8 sitr.. Now .Ods.
Libera888h advaonso .ade n o8tmlgnm 08h..
LO.. L E, •
" B nO, a Inex Heor
48 UN10 STREE3, NEW O 0R3LE3
. O. OOGLE an.At-L.t of th firm oflwistA Ote.
Lool. A Ogb'. old.rlod.wila.I-tMt8 lft t boans
and .oRuns a8 s. 8 ddr0e4.e.
47 Carondedet street New OriMns
J ORN L. LEE * CO..
(OHNo IEE. T. JONES STEWA.RT,)
Gotten Factors.,
40 COtOSoopi 08o.8 8
s Nos iorse
- A LCOS or OCRERK. LATE OF SU832I, M3s8
2(Lw8s ALCos, la4o 808o8rJ
COTTON ACTORN AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. 78 Caroodelet street.
New Orleans, L.g
WD A.JJ NALLE N O
COTTON FACTORS AND COMMISSION MEBORANT
No. 10 Oommoen Srt.-.
GEORGE P. CEHILDRE.
OTTON FACTO AND COMMISSION MERCHANT
No. 17S GO.rvler straei
OP STAIRS.
MISCELLANEOUS.
THOMAS T. DOLLINO,
PRODUCE AND MERCHANDISE BROKER,
No. 74 Carondelet astoet, New Orlana.
JACOB OTT, CARFETER.
e 0ni88 alttention iven D REPAIRING of STORES n
CISTERNS MADE AND REPAIRED.
S3-Orde4n left at812 Tivoli Circle, or at IURD, cr
air Toulouse sad Chasten strmt, promptly attendd t.
BOAT AND OAR DEPOT.
F. A. THAYER A CO.,
Boats and Oars of al KllR nds.
S2I Front street, (New L.x
P ETEBR FOILSHEE.
STALL NOS. 1 AND 8 ST. MAR'S MARK!
I hips. Steamships and Steambo1bts Supplied,
BILLIARD TABLE MANUFAOTUI 5K
100 St. .&An Street,
0 Between Brgund and Rampart. treet,
NEW ORLEANS.
Always on hand Marble and Slate Bed TL SB, with es.
nagh ard Deckers' PATENT CUSHION. Also al other
Stcla in his line.
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.J. B. KELLER,
Soap M.eafetareO.
oouer of SL Andrew and oHoward st wOteo ode o,
Oce and anie room 110 Gre.8la strmt. DMtr Nas ]I88
PAPER AND STATIONERY WA3sUOUI
S No. 8 ad 8 COMMON S .
Wehave ho s8tor1 a arge and M.n.d .9 M im s
Sohool Boo8s 21d Fancy Good4. Adop884a8100 8*
trade and for sale at rs ,r PSl J.l P .a
L . WALKER m 0.-
_ NEWSPAPER ADVERTISING AGEM'.
Nos. N Main street and 6 S €ond stMe h L I -
Are Agents.for a.,l Newspaper1 in the United S01818s a
British Provine28
..... BRLLANT ELUSTROSO
EL RUSTROSO2...... O8i12 . E.....
1000 Ca8se8 Devoe'* .. "54jU at" Coal .
IN BOND. GOLORLESs 'AD ODORLESS.
For 1le by WOLF * PRETTO.
IT 08a21p ,t88Vl.

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