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SATUIIIIAY ictiliINI;, .i;l'TE'IttEtr 4tt , lc;i.
Tile Ar'c'leuan Navy,
A vi-it to the navy yaillt at Wic~Aiinglo( and
S.ew Y}olk will nlicrd a convincing pri.of oitf the
-delcrilin tlliitn oI the .liltrel a to lproit by every
leson tehi, h they lIeirt biliii h Ie n a
cilatircly few invrcniotll intedllled for domneatic
r irposee. All the skill of tle sharnp witted race
ns bent uptm a particltatr sllbject, and tile IInn
,er and variety of new nlrmsa or plans for con
atructing iron ships whicbh were laid before the
governlmenllt are past caltcllition. The necessities
if the weaker side led t the tlrst ailld greatest in
vention of the war-the iron-clad. The Merrimac
was cut down and covered with old railroad iron,
at the suggestion of a Confederate naval oefcer,
and althnigh the regtilr navy will iot concede
that the idea originated with illte "retoels," yet
there can hie no doubt that whenll tIe Dlerrimae
began its terrible work, tile North had no vessel
fit to match her. Ilit thiey soin produlced an imita
tion of her which was far hetter thaan the original.
From that time to tile present tile irovement
-of ironclads has been the constanlt aim of the
navy department. It haI tii- every suggestion
that seemrned to have a reaoiO beiel prospect of Suc
cess, and it i. thet simpllle ti'uth to affirm that (,very
aiionitor which is launched is stronger and imore
complete in all its ietailts than the onei which pre
ceded it. With outr present knowledge, at least,
it is difficult to point out any part of tlhese
formidable vessels into which an imnprovement
canl I inetrorduecie.
Tile la',lrs of the navy depjartment have dulbt
less been greatly facilitated by the fact that the
admiuistratint has not been sulbje't to ronsatant
and snddn clhanges., suchi as 1tk.0 place i llt ,
board of aItlitlty with ev'rt l ntetor -o oft minatro.
One seo it mton, atleltee-to fi' thitr boL sinee s
thoroo.t l, antdl wthl a pertelt 'reoeolleo tiot of all
that hre 1,,n . 1 d-he ill the d 11 tlll,'ilnt, have had
the A tneri'an navy in11o r 1 heir e control for ytear.1r
ast. Thil r has, thtrefo,re, been steadyt and
contioes wot t : i V-toln=DHe o tbyen dropped
beeame- th!e fir-t oiet,,er i,.- Ieerl'n remnved, anol
has iav inventor t:red o l Ol 'mlolll t of tohe rte
le.tanl'n of a new atf of nqt tt , aoetpt the
! Ioh ! - Ir v:11, l ll t - t- i n I 1:)nope in
chare of the 11ianlotnomo Iha bI n -isitt
'ceret.tev ,I-' th t ,tetrio.oo na've 1)ot'o l.j1t tllt
war.It 1f * 11 1`1. '' bae t 0 i: y were
provennllts t iinoh, they 11h, dit - ,,t0l', t 1. The de
.1ttlnr lnt -t1,1~r) ,-,d rhy ]olI Vy tie, not
01v it o 111:1"', to Study lil \" nt.,.- '' an' lhui
it i r , d it, ftl, d it. sw or n t- 1t )11 00, a end.
a i tlh re i- it,, 1r - otl v o t, r "l len
h)int l 'enr' .hot tt 1 t . it t"'r. 'o k It i w II " l fI tl s.
W ell a,: ,,' e. ii:i co .!',,0t )1'. A ll t,,1 tt ,o penple
.k tr - tr u toheir in t -it t ln i,. ll I t ohe on .*r
tonom 'tul t at t ,rrel,. . a t ie y I ettt,11eh TIet'
tof tl i . e . t i0, 0 , 1 i, t :. eo ,, l to ,' i
oist. or o-r .,lttt to i l e .t-1n ...em i
thfewy di ,,,,, 0 n -' ' a alt a 't'" ' iu'r" s : lid oe, r ti ler -
porte'o A tol,: t do'', 'i ' owly, t o it ti le t fplore
TIlr' l ,r n . !1 pria,.iph. ',f ril. , i , 1 -
A'e. t le ,-;rlt o t ao llle t I )l, itt l . t~ o .t e not th )
torttsil hoo otogt e i 11 1 h e irlt t''e a
rhaoto or, vihr e.ofti 1100r 0. tfot andtt t l
nloon- . ,-,,I.h ," of the ,at ,,h t ,i - t y it tI hl q '-tert
itni. ot :tI ,t o htlo' t ,llll0i, t , l' ')eo . lf h t i vom -
0e! ti ,,, ,' lto .lt'' ll' ', ... ..- , llt , r-,, nr , i' ,
du n ot" ",. at1 tlt;t 110 , l a. ' t ,I ,t r ot t. t
Amllericntl~ saore ort'eof tiot' m ottr to atttr
to de ,otro ebon 'w tol lif . iI llr no o e io
nhy " , , v,-t i.tto Ilaoor )eoo ttitta a . . 1i t ',r- il:
hs sen t Cl ,. 1.', h1' , ll in 1 . I. ll, 1 i, pre o va de
try 1111 l .n i :. t i h, li, l ltlur iiv 1 l·, -t ,,Ili. i,nn, on ,
cno s tt :aoo.'fh t t1ot t ohttr or lto1 't to to"ttoo i, t
boniof; ,ot :rouel tile yard. t nJr t"tt '.dneo ,thoe
ore.t. it io tile 15 t1ht lr t i ofl of tubllo t, with
twicehth te ..It,tt mllitr :Ir,; Oiltl, lobt Ittoo
t11 l- Iillth r-eJrd Io aI 20-i,,+, ah t 1inc h toie int,:t
olicersant n k artt l. . al r]ttt. t o e It hel rilo
t-roge, itabte tantd teotrotve gll kowteu to the
As t t tth t torp'o t som of t olr own naval ofll
A cr hvi concu lreli th the amlrian ,,v ill tinke
uteri, are comnn ortablei as lle tre t than theilor cn
airtn ietteln d to llnoy 1:b to tte it i, l to th-n
eeive The mn loia we ae r at tir-t hunlll with a sin
erooms ant, pntlrie, and thae rabi I l id wn enwery
respect more roomy than those in an ordinary pas
have tweio trets, andhe carryie for r engintes of
navy varo1 at Watthirt'on t- o-e of ihelat,.
raboue tt ad1400 irse poier,l n fitted wi the apprtla
tu' for p u, in do, 1- ti Ihe tir tlk, nd the turrets
inside, t ytattaovr pietel ot nto a 'aa11 m, t oa ote
aind or condensing steao , siy lar to tnt ovehient
ta few ai tes, ae t platon of irn slid over th e
portlt e, oto a tht ototr t i t no wteatt ptont left for
the enem tono nlake a mnatt e atetI, wA bttw ti
vessel seefs to bent hl all n t lltit' blunt se lto
taoatithe Hlandmen lav no t Ito y ot ee t th oaer
where l 11hn crew rtle -ttl'te, as a nl'ltter oot ftaet
Amoertea sailor,, prefer at oooito" tt ty-y other
detoription o.a vessel.
This sayo, perhap, ale ow;ag tto titro fat that
thet tve less watrk to do aid her: for tt10)e is no
rigging to iook after, and tht ofa ba-oe ta at clt e
of the monitor when the i A aot on a voyage, so
that all deck labor in takln off the .otlds of the
crew. Moreovear, after the iOttor to the mtnttou
has sient thatf an hoor hi 'er e will t ave a better
Ophioyi of the qoarters a-titned t' h he men.
There io room to stand uhyingt iat theta, and theyt
aore ar against n shoa, dor thet are belt. tho1 wate
lire, aatd seven incihes ad tltt eand a ive inlthes of
iron are between Itan t ind tnoe 0 0ter. Adty da1
low, and in action, batteneddat o f a maittio t ia
mf onitor tanat nte togethllr it' ano t .feiatce OC
narred. tut it would 4 rS arkoablya good praa
tiee wh1ch etabled the enemy to pifed itta shelt on
to the lansh deck of ia d eitao, whitih only sthdt s
three feet ont of water, and would prtea au unt
As to the torpedon stme of aor oWn naval offi
ing that monitors, as they are oow being built;
have little or nothing to hr.a from these lnstrut
of the new vessels el her class, arle heinev oIra) of
exactly the same dimensions.
A ram has long been under construction in New
York which most people now 'look opon as an
eccentric rather thuu a nselft development of the
ironclad theory. It is called the Dlunderberg,s nod
is intended to carry a heavy armamntent, broadside
and turret, besides the ter'midable ram at her
bows. This ram may be detached without in
jury of the vessel, but the Donderberg is too un
wieldly to please naval nien. ltr tonnage is
50d0, and her plating thicker thian that of tihe
monitors. It must be thiis vssel.wvhiehl Sir John
iungton alluded to in the ltouse of Commottlns as
led to combinee"three distict.meants of at
.-the broadsidehe broadsile, te turet, and the rain
,w." There is no other of the class itt any of
t.: navy yUds.
It is tlt. however. to tile construction of iron
clads that tile naval authoritiev in the United
States are confining tll."l..i\es. They are build
ing twenty " cruisers.:' itttldet d to dI, tsie work
whlich umade tihe A;tlbatma ed the Sheneandotah
famous, only to do it nle-h ilore elletuailly. They
are the most graceful aald beautiful vessels in ap
pearaneo that were ever see,, etd our ow inaveal
officers who have been to the New YVrl' yard are
the tirlo to declare that they ailre ftar oeculeioer to
any vessels of the same indl iln thle Brilish fleet.
Their bows are as synu~etrittal et the bows of a
yacht; they are built, to ri (.vcllvente-n klOtS all
taur, ltd emay be depended tItliltn for thirteen or
fourteen. They elarry frot rigihtle to twenty
gunos, and, w\ithout " 'oeentttftttt or five of them
could commit dreadful havoc upo thle commerce
if ant ltatiolt.
Thier have four sneoke tackis, or funnels, and
all their engines are of lite mnst complete and
perfect construction everll knoewn. The injuries
which tihe Ahebllma itlliretdel utlon conemerce
taught tihe Americant lite wdisdom of farnishing
themselves with means of retaliation. They be
began these eroieert. dultilg ttle wclr, attd have not
desisted frotm iuildiig tg ltel because tile war is
over. They will fleish the whole number to be in
readiness for service at anoy future time. Tile ad
aniralty has lhad its attention directed to these
cruisers on several occailt's, but it is very doubt
ful whether we e hae at present any vessels in tile
English fleet which n!osse Iheir powerful arma
ments and great speed. Three or four of them are
completed, and have been tried with complete
success.
Besides guncasting and shipbuilding in the
American navy yards, there is always some new
torpedo or shell under trial. There is an expand
ing torpede..nhieh throws out hnge arms when it
is fired, untlsels lwhich wnltd destroy a monitor,
if any shell could. Tile authorities are also proud
of a little machline for emkiut percussion caps at
the rate of 25,000 a day, inrventet by a woerkman
in the yard. Economy anl eflicieney are the two
oeds sought for ia everything by Mr. Wellec and
it t ltborditnate-, ja d if the" Ltleol ,lt i ia l: t rf.
have l It nden ulbly g 'iN L t I r tUnited' . +tel+s a tn;ta;'
force t'pable nof holding its own tgaint eirry that
the Eu1ropean power.o cotud l reo ag tnt it,
Whien ti vsseorl now nmc rolr.ion arl
completed the' American fleet will include 17, tneet
tor-, 4101 screw or pluddle steamers, and 112 l iling
ve..sels, carrying ill 44113 .{tles. I'.ell.lalar. l'l, ,,
t, ern-I made op tile whlle Anerican fleet. In
tile dilleren-le betweenO tlh Ieeet in 1tO0 1 alnd 1r
is to be found the best illustration that could be
given of the vigor and energy of the American
navy department.-[English paper.
The Berlin correspondent of the World gives the
following ambitions sketch of the fortunate Bis
march:
Nearly every German prince has at least a hun
dred thousand dollars invested inAnlericoan securi.
ties, and the King of Hanover (tho has been noti
fied that he cannot return to his throne) has half a
million in our loans. Terrible times are these for
divine rights, when kings bank with irresponsible
demnlocracies The rumors of claims fron France
for Rhenish territory are now quieted here. The
Prussian people are now so transported that they
match their Bismarck's astuteness with Louis Na
poleon's. In Berlin, the manl who could get no
friendly hand two months ago to dinarm Ilis assas
sin is ihe miracle to-day. And tits brings me to
the central personage in Europe, who has risen by
success from detestation to fame.
His picture is by this time in all your shop twin
dows; but they do not convey the height of the
man rithl is prolportions, nor make him speak as
I have Ieard him to-day. Barbaric in statlre as
in method, mleasuring evenly six feet two inches in
height, and weighing not less than two hundred
andt fifty leonnds, Count Bismarck is entirely a
P'rnesin in physiognomy, and iis port and slrength
ar- feudall in their imperionsneat. Seated ill it
offie chamber of the great Schloss or king'st
alace, with clerks in the anrte-rooms, couriers in
slors at tle tnal, ready to carry his orders, a table
before him tilled with blanks, reports, and news
paprs, ned thie light from tile sereon windorws
falling fairly on his seated figore, you behold, in
e-)comUeon business dress, a man ewho rnight pons for
fil't yearn of age, half bald, smooth of face, save
a cl ort and heeay moustanohe of gluyich brown,
that slitee oserlocks te haerl ·Ilmt, tlponderos
nmoutri.and a nose of insignilicaut lengthl, but
ebrad and proud nostrilod.
tis flesh it in excess, no that around the eyes it
i : pulle and creased, and hid crhort, stony, ud un
dimiledr chin dropo a huge doublel-fold upon toin
breaet. ilik eyebroerws ar jagged ; ii thley were
hlea-vier orer thIlne blood-lshottae eves lhe would be
:errible. Atl the back of his deei; cdeeks a aint
eli 'ilitibull-,.g's cars stand out teo n top all the
wirnds arld their ;stnt atednltd his haIlo tlttl fel
ltlhet re detertinrd even ill eetc , are largr e lt"tgh
to twitn te b.eet censture. ,t darlk that le leeos
flree-iled awray freut tie 1itllt: so li-tful aned 7et
tit, msnsire that hI tlook like a iaelln-rter gretlite.
lhit Illill ,tr ) told better befit a ralron's tlrenrtchere
" ;,.re hi_ tea-~Is alit and tl'(q blb].., tailnl sit he'l'e
on the waxed tllolor of a moder pailtacL duitng del,
From the begineing of the tear eep to M!ay 11,
latsi;, tile sur·Z·rgu g..cereal leo ultrueinited tn vtit l'-.
vnlert ltie g rengetlar alltd vroltlnt'ro., iethl coloret
anh t.tVl.,t tile flellewtirt orteficiallieliJnb Alnn-.
_1:3 : Ire. 37t e: han -t .tl feet , ei: an1 , e a -a
ins, 1l; eelleleie a total of 607rt, u: a cuen tu the
; r.lntn tout of". ,l7,-2s.
I I I AL.
ULIýS' ST. DOMleINUUO BITTOO S-
RUSS', RUSS,'
RUSS,' RUSS',
RULS', RUSS'
St. Domint o Bitters,
St. Domlngo Bitters,
St. Domingo Bitter
One of the moeet valuable embilnatlons of a useful medicine
1.d an agreeable everage that has ever been offered to the
publlic. tllinns of bottles were sold throughout the North
during the last four years, and, wherever introduced, it has
proven a welcome addition to the Invalid's table, the family
circle and thebachelor's sideboard.
Ladies whohavelost strength and appetite, and suffer from
nausea, vomitmg and vertigo
Getiomen who "dn't feel very well " just before breakfast
or dinner, whose stomach i out of order and system is gene
rally deranged
Monthers weaning chlldren and uffelng from general
debllity
Children of sickly natur, and sonr, dyspeptic constitution
Travelers who have occasion to change their water, and
All who live in malarious districts, and are subject to mlai
matielntences, will ind one of the most valuable tonics and
Invigorators that can be taken, In
RUSS' ST. DOMINGO BITTERS.
TRY THEM BUT ONCE.
Russ' St. Domlnge Punch.
Russ' Arrack Punch,
"ADE FROM BATAVIA RICE.
rusa' Messln 'Punch;
Russ' Gin Cocktall,
Russ' Mint Julep.
Russ' Brandy Cocktail
Russ' Bourbon Whisky Cocktail,
The most delightful tnconctions that ever tempted a mn's
Iteat.-sheaper than any steady drinks in the world.
d BLACKBERRY BRANDY,
RASBERRY BYRUP,
GINGER CORDIAL.
I LEMON SYRUP
Also on band and manufactured to order.
k Russ . Co., No. 4 Beoy atreet, New York
11 old wholesale by J. H. CARTER,
JAMES GONEGAL
And by all Grocers eand Rledta
A NEW AND GREAT EPOtCI IN EIIDI
CINE.-Dr. Magliel is the founder of a new Medieca
System! The quantitariane, whose vast internal doses enfeehl
e the stomach and paralyze the bowels, must give precedence
to the man who restores health and appetite with from one to
two of his extraordinary Pills, and cores the most virulent
d sores th a box or so o his wonderful and all.healing Solve.
T Thesetwo great speciics of the Doctors mae fast superceding
S ll the stereotyped nostrms of the day. Extraordinary cures
7;by Magglel's Pills and Salvehave opened the eyes of the pub
lic to the inemelency of the (so called) remedies of others, and
t upon which peple have so lonllg blindly depended. Maggiol's
it Pills are not of the class that are swallowed by the dozen, and
Sof which every box full taken creates an absolute necessity for
d- another. One or two of Maggiel's Pills snlbue to place the
e bowels in perfect order, tone the stomach, create an appetite,
a- and reoder the spirits light and buoyant. There is no griping,
te and no reaction In the forl of constipation. If the liver is
a ffected, ts functions am restored; and If the nervous system
re is teeble, it Is Invigorated. This last quality makes the Medl
te cines very desiramble for the wants of delicate females. lceer.
ons and eruptive diseases are literally extinguished by the dis
e infectant power ot Mggiel's Salve. I fact, it is here an
a notucedthat
d- M gglel's Bllloust l Dipeptic and Dlarrhea
it Pils
Ir. Cure where all others fall. While for Bums, Scalds, Chil
d blains, C, Ctt and all abrasions of the skin, Maggiel', Salve Is
at nfalllbl Sold by J. Maggiel, 11 Pine street, New York, an
an all Dagoglet, at 25 cents per box.
tO BARNES, WARD & CO.,
od Agents, New Orleans
Si 1A()1 HF V'.
BLACK DIAMOND STEEL WUOKI,
PITTSBURG, PA.
PARK, BROTHER & CO.,
--AsurnCTCRnEs or
All Deseriptlons of Cest and German Steel,
-wunzrrtmn
EQUAL TO ANY IMPORTED OR MANUFACTURED IN
THIS COUNTRY.
Best quality Reined 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, .t.
Brunch Warehouses
NOB. 42 and ......BATTERY MARCH...... N . 42 and
Between Milk and Broad streets,
BOSTON, MASS.
* OLIVER HUNT, Agent.
WINTER'S IMPROVED PORTABLE
CIRCULAR SAW MILL,
-warn
"Lane' reatent Bet and Feed Works."
"We respetfelly call attentlen to our "IMPROVED
PORTABLE CIRCULAR SAW MILL," with "LANE'S
PATENT SET AND FEED WORKS," Some of the prticu
lar advaontages claimed therefor being as follows :
let--Tde Instantaneous and unerrlnly certain "set" of the
lnq h the mhn attendingthe Saw, with a single motion of the
hand, under a device at once as simple as .'eetive and in no
wise ubjeet to breakage ur derangement--th log, of whatever
length, being set at both ens rat one and the same instant or
time by the Sawyer, ts above stuta,; scdantl ne o 1 tl
Aforty ine the hickness ot tote FOLa throughout, intsured
2d-The saving secured not oo y in the onumber of bands
employedabouto te mill. but the Saviof that whiebch is of far
more importance to-wit: in the working time ofthe mil-
Suticlently illustrateds,perhaps, when i stated that in the
"setting time"'usually required by other mills, we are ale to
"run back," "set." and cut another plaenk Tiuo we are
enabled to cut three twenty feet planks iii requ;rcd) in a single
mlnutel accounted for in part by the tact that tile Saw is al
most unceasingly engaged otth "ruu-bock" time exe.ted) tin
actal work ftam tile moment the sttock is in place until it is
entirely converted into lumber I
3d--ht peculiar artranement of the "Feed Works,"
whereby the "slip" and ".wear lnd tear" always incident to
the usual belt arrangement is avoided, and in lieu. an iusta.u
tanen: " starting" toO "'tpnpiog t unfailingly effected.
4th--fle, tnbotantbl d antd perect propontttio l the tllS, to
sther with ito eombh, atttl ' of Stto Stow tlato!rel, " B'b',it
Metal tFell-Oi e-lirg ad n elt-A3c ill- u Buxn1." the IreqBuet
east-iron supports on the corriage foi the I.g, and the nunuual
beauty of r nles are amoll tile other leatlirer wieh prtied
' trlty charactltei e our Mol- and which secure for it the UtOotl
lao; ollration of the prahtlo;to
ibo referenees are saieient, we trust, to secure for our
oill n ol taot is required, and all that is asked in uy tillttonce
tota sueetw eerens ence, nomely: "An examination before pua.
We are, very respectfnlly,
WINTER S CO.,
General Cnmmisti.n Merchants, No. t0 Broatwaop, 0ew tort.
e-N B--"LANE'S PATENT SEt' WOOtKOS" applied
with tfaility to Mills of other sp tearns.
oMOth rOE t ioEDDINTONMi
Agents Pot, thet ahote 3I;I,
HAGRE.S'OWDALL, AIII tCO.,
WASHINGTON FOUNDRY,
Engite and Mactthine Shop,
CORNER OF SECOND AND MORGAN STREETS, ST
LOUIS, MO.,
Monufeturers of
STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS.
SAW AND GRIST MILL MACIIINERY.
Circular SRw e ilp, Qoantz lllls, Tobaco horews and
lrc·es·, "Lard Kettles, ,.rews and yliunder,, Wuool Carding
Machines, lDoloy SGow MNlN, etc., etc., eothotlny on haond.
Agents for the sale of JAMES SMITH A CO.'S touperior
31xchine Cards.
We are tpreprod to receive orders for any of the above men
thred Machltioe ', etc., and 0!l ;uroih any Inlormaotio
desired. LAMB, QCINLIN & CO.,
51 Tehrupitouua. streat.
NOTIOF--DA0IEL EDWARDS,
Noo. B., 0o and 82 New Leves street,
S New Orleans,
is prtoparsdt at times, with men and material, to t.ocnte all
orer In;his;tte of Copper and Sheelt Ii'o Wo*rker, Blek
omithiog and Brass Fouoder and Finisher. The long etlab.
lshed character of this house is a soimclent goarantee that any
work alotr' ted to him will be promm tiy o nd oaitbnlv o xetottd
DC C. Mac(: t-
D IRON AND BRASS FOUNDER,
Sew Urlcans.
Onee--13 Felton Street.
II. on Iloond at all tilnes nt ulldt socn-l;ndo machineryp
t'rtictllrloooo prompt attention paid to, Steamship and
teomon,ot ooepairs.
DRit[MeoND, nose a Co,.
STEAM BOILER MANUFACTURERS.
SLow Pressure Locomotives, Plead and Cylinder Bolter, Clarl
tiers, Filter and Juice Boxes, made at the
Shortest Notice,
We respoetltll atololt contracts for Bollets a nd sll-neeo ry
connections, eachas Fire Front., Grate Bars, gleamnd Scapa
Pipes, Valves, etc., Chimneys aud Breeches, all of which will
be ournished at the lowest Ioundry prices.
Ail work executed aot our eoohhment will be guoaranteeod
equal, In point of workmanship and material, to any in the ctty
or elsewhere.
Planters Merchsants and Steamship Agents are resneetfoly
invited to caland examine the wtork ad prices at 12 PROG T
Streat, betweenNotre Dfme and Julia streets.
W M. OOLIDING.
CONSULTING ENGINEER AND DRAPITSMAN
Plans and SpoelScations made for all kinod of Machinery,
Surveys carefully Instituted and BSpeflcttionsaetli p forth the
condition and requireament of the Hulls and Machimery
of Steamships and Steamboats will be promptly fuhmished
Parties contemplating the purchase of Steamships and Steao
boats would do well to have them examined before buying.
Novelty Iron Works,
Corner Delord and Nw Laveo streets,
NNew Orleans
SJHASPEARE IRON FOGUNDITO,
15 GClrod street, New Oress,
(JOHN GEDDES-JOS. A. SHAKSPEARE-- . SWOOP
Geddes, Sha.kpee"y d Co..
Iron and Brass Founders and Machinists, manufaenre eve
variety of Steam Engines, Sugar Mills, Drainingl Machines,
Mill and in Gearing, GUIte ars, Store Fronts Columns
Sash Weights, etc. B~etksmith Work of all kinds.
T13O0 "[" li. BOUDLEY CO..
NO. 9 PERDIDO STREET, (Adjoining Masonic Building
orrnon n1oA28 Gd.vlBR SrTR , Nw ORLs ,.
CIRCULAR SAW MILLS, STATIONARY AND
PORTABLE STEAM ENGINES,
Glrcuar Cross-Cut Mill and Muleo saws; Corn Mills; Wh
Mills and Belting App astul Shaiftng Fullie and Belting.
All descriptlonm of Plantaton Macinery and Mgriont rs
Implements
We keep constantly on hand a fll supply of
CANE .CATS, PLANTATION AND ROAD WAGONS
Timbe Wheels and Wheelbarros, from the weI known factors
of JoshaaBedley, heebing, Va.
We have oantaetion with xtenstiv Pooundris and Isahine
Shopin St. Lois, LoRlsvioe,Cinoinnati and Pitthbug, throogh
which we are prepared to contract for any class of maohioney
on most favorable terms, and deliver anywhere north oe New
Otea. free of rlht. THOt. B. BODLBY G0
FINANCIAL.
ADVANCE. ON CONSIGNMENTS OF COTTON.
Tobacco, Staves, Tallow, Western Produce, etc., to my friends
in New York, Bosto, Liverrpool, Havre, Bordeau, and the
West Indies. OSCAR BERCIER,
No. 8 tfagazine tlrot, up sital
M. J. A. HEI3WH .0 CO.
BANKERS, SELMA, ALABAMA.
Collections on this and neighboing poiutstoliclted. Remitl
tances promptly made to correspondents
Refer to-City Bank; F. L A R. A. Johnson; Alston A
Fournier; Noth, Brush & Mason; Barnes, Ward & Co.; Juren
E Itoarrts, New Orleans,.
RULEFF . T WICDHEL
(GEO. RULEFF, T. C. TWICHELL)
EXCIANGE. -nOTON .1
GOLD AND SILVER,
UNCURRENT BANK NOTES,
STOCKS, BONDS,
INSURANCE SCRIP
--1D
Sovernment Vouheros,
NO. 125 GRAVIER STREET. NEW ORLEANB.
RULEFF r TWISHELL,
(GEO. BULEFF, T. O. TWICHERI)
Drtler. In Exchant ge, Gold and 1islr,.
UNCURRENT BMK NOTES, STOOKS, BONDS,
I INSBURANCE SCRIP AND GOVERNMENT VOUICBEB
Ito GRAVIER ST.. Noew Orleant
HEWITT. NORTON m CO.,
WILL MAKE CASH ADVANCES ON CONBIGNMENU
TO THEIR BRANCH HOUSES
-Ex
New York ao d I.Lerpool.
-, , Omslt (Old No.mbO COPMMON STREET.
IiA..VANC.ES........... .A.ASANCES
Libiral advanes made oa onsignmtats of Cotton ad othe
prodto tomy Mend, Aoch, Edmiston A Co., LiveopooL
I S M. MERRITT,
47 Carondelet street
R.TRAMONTATA, IMPORTERB OF
I1 FOREIGN FRUIT.
hWolesmle Dtot in all khinds of Dmmed and GOxan .s
No. 11 FRONT AND 14 FULTON PIaEETS.
Betwm Common atd Graoit trts,
NEW OBLEABAN
,~N ZAIE ETiR AICAIIPMY NEAR BARDIS.
h LTOWN, ENY-Thie. tfiyti tnn, tso 1,.ah tht.,
the pnk,'ylc oh the yre t on tie ', io, b i.e c'mpl
h, Oate,, bugdrtRo ASpo,, the rttf -plt n o, ,-the e a'e. ss
e rn d te "irm , on t Ldeo AY .dy of seDlteml, erA r.,,, h . .hl.
fezptembern . t ld, ea. u ror e Iarti spar hrru t;.., t
rsard to trh eAc.tetmy ec may do eo l. ippElyt C to
JOHn 1,. IIAUI E, Aree.t,
oerner Cromplcau iNatcez st rele fr. .tNewor.n.
LAVEXD*t'S COLLEGE
N. E. CORNER RAMPART AND BIENVILLE.
Mr. LAVENDER respeetfully b nnrmnreO to li, frienr, tli
N the pulic t:hat the repairs in ithe ClieO e not being completed,
he shll ie obliged to postpone the re-opeing of the Claare
and tie admission of Boardere to WEDNESDAY, the 5th ot
DSeptemcber.
t'areuts are Invited to Inrpect the wellvetii'ated ClBar
1- Rooms and Dormitories.
F For term and Pruspeets appIly t t College from 12 x. to
Sle. . and from 4 to 5 r. t.
ST. R.CALES INSTITDTE
CARDINO AND DAY SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADIES,
104 Bourbon Street,
Opposite the Opera Heoue.
Meen. aeehh begs t annouece that her Inetitute will "pee
ftr eu eesiion et 16 -7, on MONDAY, September e le INRi,
hen she hpe to se t tht prompt re eturn tbr he ppile , it
dispensable tt their reapnlg the ll oadveteCtge of the lecttre,
and instrlection designed e,,hei.
The advantatgee fflrded by the Institute for the nacquisiton
e a profieent .rointanoce wtih bhotahthte Freech and Engliehe
Lantuga care well known , Erd Miee. Iee hnscgrted
othing that can seore, as heretofore t he most eeollhed
Preceptors In tEe various brnces of enowlredce.
Prospectuees may be procured t the Institute, t0 Bourbon
~. treet, opposite the Opera Hous e
NEW OBLEARNS SCHOOL OF MEDICI.
SESSION OF 103-7i.
D. WARREN BRtCIRD.LL, M. D., Professor of Obstetrics
and I,iresee ee tewmen, etc.
HOWAIRD SMITHR[, D., i'rifet1,r of Materin Redlen.
SI. L. CItAWCOUR, M.D., Proe-eer of Princeips and I'eec
i tles of .hedicine.
O.ENRY . CAMEPBELL, M. D., Proefeor of Snrgery.
ALtRED C. BtOLT, .I. ., P'rofessor'of Celh.icaei .lcne.
A. E. PIETICOLAS, .L D.. Perof.sn,r ,r Anatonm,.
J. D. BItiUN, 3i. D., 'trfeseor of L Icr .iien y at l l'atetilgy.
iFRINK HAW'eI IORt , M.D Pt'eroseurofedieal hemr
trb , Toeicoloiy and Leal hleAdiciie.
W.M. S. mie IotrEL. Mi. ., A'iJInt 'ro'.tor o,,f Anc om
o ado Special Lecturer on Opithahiccrie Sutery t De ..isee
,f' the ieve F e
osPi. IIiLT, . D.. Assistant t. C att, t hir of obitetrirs.
A. '. 'I'itiVY MI. tD., ed FD lDERIK LOLBE PI.mi . D.
Lo stc A AtDrs of Anaomy.
At L. i't C Oi N . i D , lAssl istant to ti e C hair of C hceic
The Eieventl Annual Coure of Cecthure in tisriuini:corb8
ee tilheei N,,vember 12.1'. id will eIt Mrch Ii. tld .th
A tcOr, litiEncy Tcnrc t w ide r en i the Chor, Roe llme
I eimmenclLGll ctober 1nth, T lPlHtE t chIarL to tur.ents. le
Antoical Rooims will be open iOtoLei 15tht.
Tie ('liniUtl dRnAI ,Aes of' tiii I-titution 1 re lO : Dri
pan·oId. T1he slrersot s re, tnder Ile law. h,,sf the ,e
pupils accompany tlhem I their dail. y .isi.c
FEES:
of Ticket, of anl the Professor* ....................5 litd
'raertical e A na eItom tt.......................... . 1
Iildnm ............. . . ............ .. . . . :
Ptyd MDIt required il ndhaIe
D. RADItEN BRICKELLc M. D.,
Deni e.. the E'lcuhy.
TIIE SECORND ..NUPeL tESSION
SELECT GRAMMAR AND DI II iI S('tOOL FOR BOYS,
A. A. NCEAT . M. D., PEmeritus Professr of Oc set ric
an f Caml alsea oa of Women anI Chi!dren.
t THOMA OtUST, M.D. I't 'rofeor e Phpcltd '.cg
T. G. RICIIARDSON, M. D.. Professor of natpomy.
J. i. MAL'LET, Ph. D., Professor of Fhemietro.,
AS. M'L M. BEI.SD, 3E r D., Professor of 3[ed etiue.
W ARR.EN SELE M.D., Peoreeoi t d• fee.
W. c. RIUIOIOL, M. D., P crofeosLr ofl ei Adatomy
The Annual Conree of Lectures in this Deportment will
,1 ebegin ovember 12, 1"C6, andend Starch 2i, 167. A Pre
SI iminary Course will he given tn the Chrity Hiospital, com
m- encing October 15th witieot charge to students. The
SAnatoemical Rooms will be ope October 1i5th.
- The C'liuical advantages of the InstiRuton are eunsepassed.
The Professors are Physicians and SEurgeons of the Charity
Hospital, and the htudente accompany them In their daily
Fvcs--Tickets ofall the Professors, 5110: Matrieu!l:tion,
$5; Practicc Anatomy, $10; Diploma, $20. Payment re
quiret In advance.
d T. G. RICHARDSON M. D ., Dean.
SNew Orleans, Aeutst 15, IL'I.
KENTUCKY UNIVERSITY,
ASHLAND,
t Thehome of Henry Clay ad Teansylh'nca t'nivere•t, " ith
450 acres .t .et.t grodn.s, aud a largecumber of builhdieg,,
the sires ef the various edlegea.
'le iocationdedlighoiul,heahhfil, and In te midst of the
most refined and i.telliget s eciety.
'c Endowment, $400,D0. Real Estate, $20000U.
lA Corps of more thsnn Twenty Instruetor,
red NOW IN OPERATION :
cc I. COLLEGE OF ARTS, ine Profesors Robert Graham,
A M, Pres, e'nt.
Il. AGRITICLTURAL AND MIECIIANICAL COLLEGE
f Kentucky, Eleen Prolessors, JAfo. Aug. Wclliams, A.
- S.. Freeldett.
III COLLEGE OF THE BIBLE, Three Professors, H.
Mlillegen, Preeident.
IV. COLLEGE OR LAW,Three Professors, SI. C. A.hn
sn, L. L. D., President.
V. IOMMERCIAL DEPARTMENTe with thorough busi
nes Hs i -rution.
Nme nbetr of Students least session 300S. Tuition and Fees,
$ey SM per anenn. Gee d ot I g,3tpdi erto ee k Session
,d. eins ist ot October
For Catalogues and further Information. address
J. E. BOWIMAN, Reent,
Lexingtoe, enteckye.
PRESSES AND COTTON QINS.
STAR COTTON GIN8
AND CONDENSERS.
EMERY BROTHERS' PATENT.
These celebrated COTTON GINS differ materially from
other Gins in many respects They are simple, cumpact and
portable; easily net up and kept in running order ; and are
highly reemnmnended as being capable of turning out more
and better cleaned Ginned Cotton per day, w;th same amount o
of powee expended, without liJury to the staple, than any 1
other Gins yet introduced.
The CONDENSER and CLEANER attachments for these a
Gins sre constructed with substantlal Frames, contaning
revoling, cylindrical screens of heavy perforated zinc a
attached to open iron heads The Cotton, as it is ginned, is t
discharged from the Gins directly into the Condensers and
upon the revolving screens, and is delivered from between b
empre0ssing rollers on the discharge side of the Condensers
in a thick sheb t or bat, and free from tie large amount of dust
and sand that would otherwise be discharged with the Cotton
into the lint rool by the ordinary poeess of ginniug, g.
For sale, with or without Condensers, by
J. BBRECKINRIDGE BABCOCK, a
115 Poydra street,
Lock B, 97T, P. 0.
TAR COTTON PREGSS--PEIRE PROOF)-
i the sratre bouinded by Nw Leree, Tbehuip.toulNs, list
and Orange at t reets, havingo
Improved Tyler Pres b,
Will receive Cotton Storage and for Compresin Ship
meyus promptly attended to. F. J. IIERRON.
I Canrondelet streetb New plrisans.
OrHder boes t Great Southern ad \ C esteTrN INsl-lne 'o
-rncru rsindeletandtCommnonstreepits MNeyljket,.b, Au -
Co.', r 166 raGvier street; No. 14 ro sdelet stret.
J. I. E. IEDGES,
COTTON HITNERY AND PICXERY, i
3Ob Tehorpstoulue Itreet,
B Btween T wnlinand Tehrpsitoro street, hed of Hunrter stret. 1
CoIton healed to or from any part f he eity.
Tile celebrated new E. Crer b Co.'s COTTON GINS utsd.
Sacks, to contain Cotton ill Seed, furnished to Piantern and
Conmi.sion Merchants free of ellarge.
ligheot ptrice pid itn ca, for COTTON IN FEED,
_Bo. for orders at IfI Gravier street.
PENN'U COTTON PRILES.
(FORMERLY UNION COTTON PRESS,)
On Terp.elehore street.
Between Tfhorpltotla and Psete street,
OFFICE wS CARONDELET STREET, NEW ORLEANS
Is now prepared to reoeive tt o torage, and for con
Fin. PENN A SIMIONS, Prlotl .
TICYRJURO COTTON PARES.
Bounded by
LEVEE, CALLIOPE. GA IENNIE and theRIVEE.
NlIIlm n B Ilonenoo,
Proprletors,. New Orleans,
W.Ordsf leftbat thePrice Current Otce, No. 18I Gradi.
street or at 8I. Benueno'e oGre, No. I Clinton street will haes
mmtaIto nttanitn.
I COTTON GINSI ..............COTTON SINS
TAILOR, BROWN
EAGLE, SOUTHERN,
EMORY & CRAVEN, oCHARVTY
Excelsior Cotton Gins,
With Engines, Horse Powers and everything :'omplets fo.
running, sndresdy for Immtdt tls sblpment,
owtrates b JOHN B. IFULLER.
No. 5 DEY STREET. NEWTOSk
THE TYLER REPORTEE.
TYLERZEX AS,
Is the largest pper pubisabsd I.EsIt Texas, itd is one ot
the ablest newspaper establbshmentr in the Httet. Its eirughi
tion is throughout a country whichb brings o trade to New
Orleans than any other setion.
Business Cards will be inserted In one s-aoare for $15 p.r an
n W. Patent nostrumsnot advertli0eL
W. ¥, ILA.XLLTQPZ 0 O., Publisher,
EI'D!CATImOxA I.
c -r *4'-I'FI" ltOltl FNOil I'II''OIAG l IP% ll
To the Ilraelteel of L'onllnnat
,f t.o SrmLern and Y+Wrt.rn +rl,",d+ r 1+,,.w 'hodren ' +*
Tee ". lyt t t' e l ne+itl l b Te m w byka
lelrl, be L, ttyeli wb e ebe Bee-cv' l. r.m h e ,
.ee,, t,,,,tle,,+ The l, p fieanrl m , e &oslrh, ,Yr uelh
irrmpn nnl lohrew Lanldet t Ke ar tIly, Ml hs enrj
'leta.I ; t by nlble fr .nel.e e. :r-, a-nd lEmtjciy
,, e ,n esIccal riLtr Ijtd,. lDmInlng a,' ,Gbneyryyti .r
S tacllt dul thie winter lbln. T pt a ~ltltnding
ti, ,I+ltte will find it a nme in eceryr-pe,'t, Nnr every
C arwi e lletaenwth ith rmore'and rellgirus tsrsing I
P"Ipileacen enter tie In clet l e nte anyt lcee
For Circulars, appy abolve
SMT. ST. ABENEDICNB A.dDa E ,In,
(FORMB RLY CEDAR GROVE,)
Portland, KHentdney.
Tile new lleion of tbhiAedlmey for Yung Lade ,ll oem
on the rst Meooday oSc1ltemy e ni_ The ntrelatfu Lor.
are taught ll the branhe of a tharouh ee dreatbone, I en.
dlcted by the Schter of the Lrettoe I lnstitte. Tbtbldleh
are delightfully and retiredly situated on the bae s Ohio
river,in the subrbs of olesvlle, to which cito blscon.
tnt access by the PorFland Street BRaelty.
The charges, per eeesionolee meonthe, for board ead tel.
lon, re I trom $e to $0e, af erdesinc t he branches t.achti
Extra char e are made lt MLusie-Vocal, and on the Hnrp,
Pln te and euitar-.-Dnclng, Drawing and P.llat g and for
renh Le.n and OrnamEEta Nedle-worl .
Rryaelarxc.--Rt. ReO . .hbep Lavael:end nlofthelearg
of toe city eir. s.,Peter, Webb n (:teo Wenb velng
T. R. ien B (SU n, Louisville; Pnl li D, Md
nd L. .eth. Portland J. J. A. Smlit .J. B. Witandley and
,1J. McMhon, New A eaany, Inbd.
lFor 1 fre iarher lMtclars apply in person or by letter to thl
Mother Sfuperir, Mt. let Benedilet' Academy. Portland. Ky.
° THE SECOND ANNUAL SESSION
-or
ALBERT LYON'S SCHOOL
Will Begin on Wedneadaty, Sept. G, 1800.
Catanrgues y nd general leirmtlnen mary be btained of
Rleyrt Pitkin, Esq., 13 and 15 ('Callp trece.t, New Orlean, or,
by caddreeing Jou. C. Rebertl egt i!tr, Ahert Leone' School
Ebetalw, 'ibe County, Psbtsiesei, io e bev rleanes and
Ja lks ,,n RaIloInad.
yIMOUNT AUBURN
YOUNG LADIESo INSTITUTE.
TitiIScheel haelust cnclud ditsTenth Yes,. Its bistory
Slha been oue f prosperity and greth fom the e mm lee.
Smeit. The lelt twoyears the daly avelrage ayttedlnce h
Ieban r. ire lto a tw hundred, and manre have bee refused
admittance for want of accommodation.
A New Building
Is now under contract, to be ready for occupancy at Ith
bpening oe the IF 0 Steeion n eptemer, and t Is heoed
that heeaterall can be received s pupiles w-o apply.
The Library. Apparatue and Cablinet
A-e receiving yearly, valuabile alddi:ins and the purpose Is
keyp teeci!y in iew,I to furnish eveee- aeililty lor thorough
e ,vr-e of in~truelion.
t le FNac:cly eeosists of fonl male nbd eTheen female teneh
er,: ale l eperi.eecd inistrca ef in their l e.Ceral departyentce.
The echoo is tcly graded from the Prepyrytory depart
in bet, threuh the entire course of Acldemice ae d Clae.i
For Part.iln r and etaloges. otddresse
I. Wn. IIITE
25 aWet Fourth setree. Chioeheti, O.
IM+.I.tX NUEI. CIUR~l:l S(:IIOI,,
CIl1 OF JEFFEItSO.e , Fc5 t BOY1 S AND GIRLS.
TER11 OPENS C EPTEMBER 17, ISb.
s Puilc'e. old be entered lby the l1t of September.
S I''DIEC-Eenwibh Frenchb, Music, the Natural Sciences,
JlMttlematiee and tile ,7aseics.r
iCr ectne, ete. epely to.ev . L.Y. JESS'P, Rectr.
c.rner Cfam.e nel Vaichye streete.,,ree e r 'ir . bee Cv,nl Se [ ,
ee' to ed r. u.,c r to e J. lety y`, I,',,, ife l Mega
treet, .ewr Orle.,m. Poyt.eee leoe o 'l '
COLUMBIA PEItIALE INSTITUTE
TEN.iESSEE.
Thii Inet itutlo will be reopned on the SECONDI MONDAY
IN SEP'TEBER, IlSt.
eRt. Rev. C. T. QUINTA.RD, Visi'or;'
Rev. OEO. BECKET, Prinecipal;
t ers . F. POLK andl Mra. E. A. BECKICETT, Tic Pri
e. Rev. DAVID PISE, D. D., Belles-Lettree'
bev. JAMES N. TEMIPLE, Mathematlclanl
ly leons. A. ESTEVE, Musiecal Director
Rics SUSAN POLK, English;
n, rs. C. J. WIIITEMORE, oGuitar and Flneh.
'- Every effort will ie made to afflrd the highest advctarlg
for feunleedu.etion, both sold and nreme ntal. Profeseor
anl Teencher, ofe aeckneledged bility have beel provideld lr
eatch department. Circular. containing fell particular s can h
obtained be addressing the Principl, at Columblia. Tenn.
• Widow of the late Biselop Polk.
c MIDWAY SCHOOL.V
CHARLOTTESVILLE, VIRGINIA,
Whe W so C.N.Ciaen JUtts M. O*neete., M1. A., (Univ. Vt,
Associatle Principals.
'1 he second session oftheis School will begin on the flint Mo.
day in September. and will end June 30thl. 1867. '1 h cuure o e
., setudy-isl dsignled to prepare boys forthe University oflVirgmie
or any oter College, or Lr the practical busnee, of li:e.
bpelelel teentiLee given to l=esrecion In English Studio
and Blok Keeping.
TE, 'sl--For Board and Tuition $I5per hyalfeseon . pnybhl
In advance. tInshiegaed Feellfalnitbedntactualcost; eaeC
pupal will bring his own towels.
For circulars and htitCher partlcnlars address
BWILSON o. N. CARE, e:halotteesill I'a.
JAMES Bl. RARNEeT' . 3A, Jueetioe. Hanoeer Co., V
1-ASHIN OTON COLLEGE.,
i LEXINGTON, VIRGINIA,
ol Faculty :
oGE. ROBERT E. LEE, President.
CARTER J IARRIe, rrPefeesr otLatin
JAMES J. WHITE, Professor ofCreek.
ED. S. JOY.lEd, B. M., Professor Modem Lengeages an
C Eeglieh.
(To be appointed-Professoree Moral Philosophy )
A N. t. ,. M., Professor ofl mnthemntlelc.
WM. ALLAN, A M. Professor Appled Mathematics.
R. Si. McCLeO. A. i., Peeleestr Natural Phloseophy
JOHN b. CAMPBELL, A. l, Professor themistry.
JOHN W BROCKENBlOUGII Ic L. D.. ProfeseorLcw
IIARRY ESTILL, A. M., Aesistcnt Proeltessr Malcbemolc
C. POWELL GRADY A. M., Assistant Proyesor Latin,
(£o be appin,ed--Aselstant Proleseor of Greek.
A Preparatory Corse bhas been ienstlitntod, Inwhlch Student
unprepared for the Re lar ilasses may reeele enstruction u
neceser branchebs. The Session bebdns 2d THURSDAY (1.th
SEPTEMBEB and ends last Thursdly In June.
TRTese-Tuitelon, and all other College fee.............. $1S
All other expenses Inclcuding Board, Fuel,
e Lights, eta, nee' not exceed $2d0.
eForfltrlher infbnnateon or for Cataloae, address the Fcul..
I of Wa.shilngton Oollege, Lexington, Virginia
ty UNIVlRSITY OF VIRGINIA
The next eselon will begin on the eIst day of October, 18M
o and end on the of Junoe, 1867.
tK A Prefesor of lLatin ande a Second Professor of Lw will b
e appointed on th lth olf Auglst, when the organilation ofe
ithe Departments of Instructlon--Academic, Law end Medlt
od ce--will be Illy re-eltabllshed on the same enlarged bsie a
N' before the war. ,
cc The entire expenses of the Academic Student, exclusle
iof text bookls, clotbhing and pocket money, amount to $880 I1
n curreey, per session of nine monthse; of the Law Student, t
$65, and of the Medical Student, to $395.
For catalogue, gling details, or for speeial information
address S. MAUPIN,
Chart-. of the Faedtr.
PoFto(ff-Univerity of Virginia.
SELECT BOAEDING AND) DAY SUCOOL
FOR YRONG LADIES. i
nr. 3. L BRAND, having ledae or a numbe of ear an
eligibly situated and IMMcloue, rldence, beg. leave to announce
helbtrtbi. of rsotH,. g herbalo.., ne.t utm...
Cirmlsr ill be iMsued Intsr· meawhblie parents desirous o
plaeinghir bladayht.ad. udr ir chr.e w1ll please address
her through the offic of the Craesnt.
,TBliS. 0. 0. CALISWELL HAS REOPENED
her Acedemyyt l85 Camp strest.
Tar.- Senior UI,,. In the French, English and Spanishh
branches aft dtu Sy l I per mouth, Jiorg, French raA b;
Eigl..h Glossa, WS per. mtb. L6n ot he piano gtote, it
harp or ga~it', wiRth vocal music $10U per munth.
ReeecsRv r. ILeacoclr. New Orlean·; H~on. Judge
Simon. New Han......; HS. T..iSmond LaSdry -;JIdg,
Rice. UorlIstou. 5. 0. Dr. Samuel H. iciAhsoTC;Po.TL.O l Tbr I at
D)OLBEAB ýMMEHlIAL COLLErOE
JJ CORNR CAMP ND COMMN STS,
SpnCelou and EICERRI "SLtorsy DIldsInpg'.
. ,co ..tsutl~y n 5, under eight able ProtFsIH,. It .11
Sounded in 111, and Is chartered by the State. Its formes .ti.
Dents ma be foud s Principals or Book-k.epers 1. a large
paorio.f the old houses of this city, sad over the Sothern
Ststes. Ladis GorsGentlen cattend the COMMEICIAL H
COURSE, or BoHb-keppi.g, PFsaa.nbip, Mstb.,ati,., Bag
lish, French or SpaS,b. A busines eduscatiaS that ...bl..
one to earn t0a0 o S.005 . lly, 1. t sttort ..,psnaa. I
can givetheir eons. We be,. .mule arrangements· for 700I
students. Ladies and Gentlemen are Invited t° cll
RUFUSR DOLBEAR. President.
Tun JSUHI.ES FIMALE *BMRWNAM1 t1
BATON ROUGE.
Ocaplys a L.,ge aS4 UommedSas EMansbon, ilthl ARp. and
5.aboded Gronda..
er Thorougbh Instructio i ENGLISH, LATIN and MODERN I
'r LANhUAGES. RUSSO, EMBROIDERY, DRAWING, Eta.,
tgUethaer bith chssrfl domaHsti mRSsmS5mnt, moral and polite
5515ulture, .ar fferednd ass ad.
TERMS-NIt M 5month; $R00 in advane; Mus.) and Orsr
N mantels .it&
Pupih furnish toiletta articla and bed clothing.
Address Ray. i. E. U. DOREMUS, . D D
Fribcýaly..
ALBERT tCYON'S SUCOOL FOR BOMY
OHATAWA, PIKE CO. USC'
Nw OrSans and Jackaon Railroad.
CiosS.. maybe obtained on appilcatla to ROBERT PSI
- IN. Esq.. 13 and SI 0am. sSsS N.. 05eans.5.
TEE HANDUSIORO (MIss.) DEMOCRAT
The pnblicatlon of the Ssby, aold-estblished ibsLS psapS
iof aii bheeapsd on the FIRST DAY OF SEPIEMBE!S, SI,
,la slt andlbnra, IHSrriasonaco ty, Efilesisppt..
few bscriptlSsa and adssertirsSaSns respslUSy .5li55.5.
TPS.S-Fiael dolla. per annum in adsance.
b Jackson Mlsillasippian and Esri.SSS (MOess.) T7da.'. p11.5
copy three timS r P. EAYF ,6S,
EHldtr and ?sop.Srbor.
_NEW YORK.____
r n t Y N.... ............CHINA,
FANCY G06111. E660.6160 1RBL 6, SLATER, SLATE
P~Lo.1LS, E16,'.,
-At
Strb6or,2r ,.1 Eah..'.,
66 M.lden Lane, co,. Wlliam street, New York
'iei66. i6,ll.hber,6,, It N 6in 06o the k6',mpc,.h
crn in their lineF. and her Og , lj.l In tkuir full stock for ouba
Cils lowest grid rates anre on-leld to offer for the omntggee
so rtrrordimrr f indll.7nnlt ·
Buyer. will do well to tarot them with teir confdence. and
Mall order promp~tly eze nlll.
b 6bY6e6-11i661 withf6 the 16o d warm"i), f66
high DleeC. I, l' feri hs e arges and 861beet uaathe Ste of
PAPER, of eey dAecrlp I to be ounA In ti .eIsntty
Book61lle0 , 1.61.11,66 Pr nterl a6d Bind1r.6 , wll a, ,1mOa6
by tin esasl ng y sock Orden b6 An I prompty fi
A. r. HARD, Vhnls;* . pr ut P
St Ao. f4 Beekman uraet. ew York ad )~d
DB' 00a.... ......~~... ]BSS.cm
LATHIOP. LUDItiOTON t CO.,
826, 828 and 880 Bresnway New T.wk,
In1ite t10..66,t6,, of all fn ,6el buye.7s t6o the1, knck o6
Dry G6oad It 6ll be I66 nd 666 4 rp6416 for All Southern
merchant.. AR departments of one b16in66 6,e be.m 16ch
enlarged, especially tha1t e Dress G,66y wher ea e.
l.tny opening.gall the ,-cties o the eon, to whch we
now ask the particular attention of both jobbes; ad retailers
Omatock coelsts of
Flhnnla and Cloaks,
Prints.
Breechled Shirting.
Brown 'heetin le
Fl6115,611 61d B 61, 66.
Wrooten Nutl e,
Yankee 64tio6,,
W-hite (ood.
Emhrrqtderies
Hosiery
ta1int, d,,6,,
666,,6'l Fo,,6,hl,,g 06165,,
1i6lli6.y 6,5oo,, etc., etaetC
All of 6.606, they offer at t6,e l61et marke pri66, by the
package or piee.
BILLIARDS ........ ......... BILLIAEDU
I world41.1 the atte16,6n6,6, ,666,6,tom, 16 66,p, PA
TENT CO66B11T66b CUSHIONS ANr6 ABLESI whic6
cannot be s56p64b ny othein the world ld6or for 61ti.
6616 p 10.664l of angle 66le and d .66b6lt , whi1h I sell at *66
6116 prices, with a fine stock OT Cloth,, Bell, Coe., aad cecry.
thing c facry, ,d wh the t 0d,, Orde, by mill tended to
at my factory, 186 Fulton street, Newr York city
W. H. 0RIF6TH.
E. H. BEEVES & CO..
NOS. 155 AND 17 WATER STREET,
:few Y'ork,
Macufac~:rte~s or and Dealers in
Agricultural and Horticultural Implements
a11d Machine1.
1116,,a and Plow Casting,, M61 in , and Reaping M6 ch1ne6,
6or0, Powers and Ti,,,.h,,., 71y. F 6ing4d Gri6 t Mill., Saw
and RIiller Cotton 61,14, 0ng 6ll',6 C4,tt66, W6ol and H6.y
Preece,, Wagons, Carts, Tru-ke anid Wheoelbanrrows; Gano,
B( ona Dust, Hoyt's Super Phosphatet Lime and other Far
Whtliere; Grain, Field, Grass, Garden, Herb and Flower
Heeds ; Improved ~ire S~tockr, Air.
Depot of tihe Celeb4666d , EAGLE COTTON GINS,"
66666616166re,i ,oie,1, by BATES1, 11DE1.16 CO.
gS" Eenrt fur Catalogues.
CAILPENTERS', JOINERS",
PATTERN AND MO0DEL MAIKE'S 0111RI1 VALVES,
And all kinds of Patterns for .Machinery sreentad with die
pa~ch. Fittings for stores and offices shipped_ to any part of
IhI world. GlN,-Improved Boller s1, Is1lnd 0OTTON
GINS constanltly qR haled Address al orers to
ANDERSON d 666ERP.MERHO
___Ba 664: Ann66 - 66e66 16.. .
G. IAIESONS- -
MANUFACTURER
Haddel4d', 11666 F16W6or6I.
CHINES8E FIRE-ORA06EIRS, RO6KE1S, ETC
LANTEENS, FLAlS, 5T5.
A16o, a .6s. 6el ortm61t of hie own l61166.telo6
Toys and Fancy oooL··
N6. 641Joh61 6 ne61,Broadway. .............6EW 660
F nND N .16 ECOPIELD.
11A."CLCTOARI OF
EXCELSIOR PIREWORKS, LANTERNS, 156AGS, F13
CRACKERS, TORPEDOED, Ev,6
Dey Street, nesr Broadway, y.N6a ork
P LANTATION HOES.
SOLID CAST STEEL, OTAL EYE.
456orte16,,.666l,, at666wst 1,61 6tes. Forl sl.eb
S: E. HALSEY & CO., A6666mue
re dHd; 67rdwSre Comm6s61on 6 er656 echa,0
66 Be666an6666eet. 5,.r Twi
- D¶,.,U AND COLT'S PISTOLS
AUO
6166p'a, Smith S ,.1on'6, 66d oth66616km.a Tor u6i6
ýJ J.··I E. AA hLBY A 00., Aeenessug
And HUrr ar C,,n·slo, Msek.616,
of Ifteakno-D treet, Nw York
JOHN 661. ISALE BTATIONEBE
as No. 19 NASSAyJ STREET 162W YORL
Alarle ua61666nt of 666 t 166, Bland6 Books. M..Oin.
le ti6 and Foreign Paper. and Station6r6 constantl6y 666trn
ch Acount,661ks6made to order6, Lithogra6puy, E6ling 666
Prilnting eaecoted promnptly and in tit' bee oSt or
Speciall attentiuy to onlen by mail, od prlou u be Y A
hon"a in the city mi geode of equal quality.
- PUMPS........ ....PIIMPS............PIMPS
STEAl, FORCE, JCTION,
Lrn626 Pumps.1 of Every Desertptiou,
651AM[ .,ed OAS PIPES, PIPE ..d GAS PIGTTnGI
Id -AbD
EVERY DESCRIPTION
Plumuber's, 066 66d 3tem F1tters' Goode
For sale at the lowest rates, by
JOH B.0 .ULLEE,
S BEY STREET,
tolm
Jit " N. HALSYN, Tfk.
'1 AUCTIONEERS AlSO HAROWARE GOOMI88DON 66
0 OCRANTS,
S5 Beekman srseet.
67 NEW YORK
Sob agents ton New York for the
6, Plt6115g Cutlelry Cmpan.
At 6hole6l6 to the tr6d5 only, 6t m,6666f666666' 6IP 56
66 .6666
Aogent for the BTAR BRAND HOME NAIL the
NEEDLEM AND PFITING TACHLE- fo'
ANDREW CLERK &0 C00.
No. 48 Malden Lane, New York,
Sole Importerse of Je. Warrin'l celebrated DRILLED EY R
NEEDLEB, beg to olly their old catome and the public
tht they have on hand a full assortment of
Warrdn', Drlled Eye Nedlees,
Wattee Teiekeh t Iieeeltn I.e* aur efee oval. pee
nrrrlare Ncsdddin B Ial asn s a new artnlae.
oere. tempe. ,hfeemltn rand lle.Ele o steeel.te ehe p
Our oenntmcut of FISHIe G Tr , 1d ualt and sto o
mot extensive In this or any other country..
EI.ET PBUR[IuM ST&AM SAW.MILIA. Na
TheFlet Prls, the OLD MEDA, was r wrded to the H
WASHINGTON IRON WORKS, W
bytheAmereedn elntitute, at thelr Fai In Oetober1.,olft etl
the beat
Ulrtarler Saw-Miol and Steam nieatls. p
ordeers fr these Gang Lew-Milles, ugr Mills General Ma
chlnsery, Iron and Bras Cietlngsr, Feglelrad Gar
et.., promptlr tiled. Address
GEO. M. OLAPP, Treasurer
Newburgh, i.Y.,
er L. c. WARD, Agent,
Io Liberty sreete (Room No. ), N. Y.
JOHN I. FULLEI,
MANLFACOTURER AND DEALIER,
No. S Dey Street. New Yorlk. t
Haln store and readiy for immediatle ehlpment tad Isatn. he'
Ifactiring to order,
Portable and ltateonary Steam MNenn and S
eloilers.
te .0 hore poewer ; Otreelr and Upright Baw KIne ot th
mos approved constrectilon, of all si.s, euttong Til tol t
ies of ln4ner per hour; Grist Mills, Mil Ins,4 Water
Wheels and everr kind of Mill MahhtMy ; Sugaror I Ps
Per and Mining achiuery; Tools, Tibee, eta, for 0O1t.
Salt Works; Cotton and Woolen Maehblery, eta a
Ver.ecal PIne..., Wooeworth PFL.dnanlchine r1
iron Pieers, OGray A Wood', I' Y Ma
Efnglne Lathe, ehine.
Drii Lebthee Daniel.' Pleatte Mobiee, E
goring Machlnes, Moulding Machine,
Slatting laehines, tb Machine, P
Seteam Pumps, Power dUtie E es,
Fore Pumps, Floot Meortisingehttma
Liting Pump, Bdoring Mache,
SuctiLon Pumps, Rlend ti oeteuget E.e .,
Hydraulic Jeek, Circular Saw B*q.,
Bcre= Jtehk_ Wrght's patet Reroll Sew,
Shating FPllye antd .a4a. Patent Belt Scroll Sawt,
Rubber and Leather Belent teirculr Reseevine Mit,
Leather nd Rubbe'. Boe, Uprleght Reeerv.L Mlt,
Pltmbing and O..aslege ReotPary ad Diding Pept
Steamand OaePtue, ery ddeerlpto of aekhtLeey
nSteamlnd Watr Gg te a tllpwR. BRpe.
(Cotton ela. Cott.o Gla, Cotton Glsel
Taloe Es e erowne, eouthelr, Crave, Eetlador and e
Cayrh ooot e eou with eaIlees oe hore power, and over,
thing reYed eshee e um t lmt.,ntd fo le at the towe
o O.. I.Dr5. .w&. a re US olete.
Toy., Taney G*oa. Chean sad N lrework1
--.two-.
IANUFAC.IYRR OF TRANSPARENT OLATE-.
Ne, John .rteet, New. Yoek
N LW IASIPsII~~~ 8b
L. C. NORVELL &
L C. 4OVELL, Mestphs--RICHD. PO Orion
NepresentlsC.............e r~
COR.NER GRAVIER AND CARONDELET ISPS
NEW OMLRA.NM. wt
coop sseWs EMS HLOWE6awe WELL AROWN . lL t l
coarrww:rx.
MERCANTILE MUTUAL INSURANCB CO4E
No. 30 Wan street, New ?ark..
AssETs MAY let. 81 ................ ....6lES 00 [email protected]
ORGANISED APRIL, JUL
The Com .y hp o 5440 to He - E qs Abe
thne., LEsses ..ESSU~gE tooer EE3II H~L(p[rgfjJ.ý
Sormted in thdIeth lg IHUJDl; ; AW
`WNYOEADAH YRC ENPTS'.^,,
Insteadtasud(ai·Ua. h a
Pest s of faa ng wE8p i fo
prtnlst~ptce U elsase f rslp (tt ý
com the crrot rate wied hes
n are 46eiucrlar,,b
eiperfe of nndanmtera warrrant qaL t s-lguth n W a wlb dvdd o4
Eehgld ut.. .h .l E .
Thin C ýmpesy to·ml ut m M E.n Madt E,.
Inlaud Ilnllavp sad Trnneeorllflra SWOew -ir,=tar
I-fialIOs eMzý Lnledin Stake on aehandeo aH jumh
thIess INEin Ra IEHSEd R arAiME. at tEM ESda
EEEhbEE , Bros CO., .m I.
th ERE It DDS WAE ER
R~hs. R .A Ca . E. DEs S ýE t . 4 b
METROPOLITAN INSUSAJCB COMPANY
106 aid 110 Uwadwky.
NEWv YORK, JANUARY 20. 1888
Your attention I. rtspectrfon hmad to fie fodonoth state
meet ,fthe operations o this Company Qltnttb· pestya
and ants ppawot conditin
Wfith aseeta exceedinl ONE MILLION SEVEN 5555x_
DRED THOUSANDD DrýLILARS sd twelve =b=.u
pees ie the eundnet of a Generl or. 10pag ldti ofes o he ubicPrtetie ctveSem
5EEP eodeEnI~ly Efflte N th. PENIE PEESESESEE EHSSE the
prils or OO A and INLAIED NAVIGATLONEEd FIRE.
The Beard of Mrector have this dayresoled to yysya divi-
dend f HtX PP. CENT. on the ontsEadidg eSriiN. as
Profit to the ho ldeEEESECE , thSieESISEpte31E
VENT.., n the Capital Schk o 'theaer C . EYESImp *I sEnoCEnE
on demand; blu E .dlaeA r 7 WBIIY-PV P£1 CRENT
I" NEip on the net Pred PaIeERIE5 PIsEiHEPsthE Com
SEnn IrlES IbEa thay E85.r AptOh SN. ietaai ~afcdn
end attar lopitpoth b & pate wU b lane o. l."
JAiES LCRIEER GRARAII Pma .t,
ROBERT EEC. GRAHAM. VIta ?rwtdeat
JARES L(IRINR OGPAHAMJt, 2d FieHPrEs'S
H. H. Poarss. 8eretary.
ELL.tss RIoEEIS, GenssEal Ag.L
WASHINGTON INSUlRANCE COMLPANY,
17S Brdway. ear. Mdem IaMa,
NEW YORK, Feb. I tB
CASH CAPITAL..............................·u
Assets FebrstrOl, 113
U. & End StaS.BUEI rEt ..............$ 21670 .
DEIda taLn 34.3g12........................ 170,24
DDomood Lo.............. ................. 1 1.45172
Cash n adhadIntehands ofAgntEt..... 066ý
UnetteEI dLEEEEE ....................>
CapitaEIn S rplu HE p..................$6.0 0
A ivded f ixp er snt I tisda d4'i. pyaleo
dmd nCitStkhlesAlso. an iEntereN diEidtend St: HIS pat SEES HE EstsEEAIn
Satpnayable 13th Eatch, It. Ca
Allo. HEgalS dividiEd Et TweHty pet cst. Hn thI REaMES
11 ofPott licis e.Etitled to pTbteipsto In It. HR M
the yer endig Sla Janua7 I 80 The ertp ill bsreadF
forad, Uvv l ouand afte Ibte Vobld rn .
GEO. C. SAT'rBRLEE, PrMEiAEHE,
HENRY WES.TONEVies FSEmEA&ME
WE. K. LEmEor, seHretSny.
WA. A. bEEST, AssiIIEEEEEESEInS7
WIE 3S ESWpt MsdNO t.El.OPEES enPECI)ALAOL;.
PerIEs oM Fire, stoWer and 0el-Oad
From NEW OEIeaE to Ports and PFeaps HEIE 5 United N4Laf
and vice vethA Alan at and from New orlon tb POrt'a
PoteE In South Ameria or EErope, upoE heS
MSGT FAVORABIS TEIN,
and walnpys7 ll Lou"* New Odom. 'W, from orln n etnvrnnodcia egsn ip t hset
E·bdersllr PEm~gt.~~r g EHSEEISESEHEEI ~ h ESLF
weho~matby ae" ati ntlodto tddM 'N,4 mitt, the .ate s
Ltnesatoptoi
advantap to o Valor Fationtu tht Agency.
... 'EsELPESEEEEH., . . - 7"
WE. MEYSEIHEEEMI5 .1BUO
No. 35 CARONEDLET HTRi$RTCQRI= GRA'P
PIANOS--SEWING MAOBi US
SJSPORTEVS AI p oDEALEHE.l w 6 PR. PIANPR R
AND cetrrn roe IS11.nA t was
CELEB AH TEI CYCLOID PIANOS
08 camp stre~et, Near Poydrarr. New Orieaas
Co.teEEtly on hEnd EEsleetS EtoE ot PlatpE El NEthEn IR
European manefatfum, Ytano Stool,, Conyr tringseta
Pianos tuned and reESieEE . F oEeEE ChEES. PleasIoglE.EW
tikEn IS RSELEMEE for.w. PiEaosIErseLnt.
,)F. a I.IwHT70 . oo,
(LteLti~ghts, INewtE A s.AbErywj
MMEM0.WethME' Mt FiEst class PIM.M.FME'MEe
This well-Eknomw EEERNIIhmest l EWE' eMEEBRE bV PF.C.
LIGHTE .an OUISM REEHY, ASLEENd ESHEN 31 pMqwe
SreeEE. beweeEn (15rsby EAnd Elm. Noe YHSL CL~
A. s. Ib'OPY"gL
MUSIo PUBLISHER, PIANO MANUFAOHURENUaN
IMPORTER OF
S.5leo5 Meer'ebaadt..
LET CANAL STREET, (NEAR DAUPHISrJ
WEol~eE. Depot El the EIElEMu UMItiht 2E=M4
3. NILn's (11t5 NaRR t CIEkLE'); G.H d 4Co.'M; Wa
Knses A OE.' nd otEA r dohiE R.. Plano.; PIA on..
OrganIs IR MESodeSaS. Ml ELf whie Ehan d ED0US 31
Schools at factory wolesale nite
SINOES' ERWINGQ [AOMINCs.
SINOER'S
OelebLrted lSewing Mushbtaos
The most rEs blESend beta Bo. S.le MSShSA EnE0d is the
lie. For teenyRssM It SrbS.Ept.SSEA tHI mHSISA ee
HI. the onlyh n s. SEpable-o sEwigmiE kind.EPC08501
for dtasblllty and uwLlle.. annot be mrpslrL
MSothhIE A.ESP, NE. 7OHSmWEttsN
P1HOS. 1. BRGWNS. Agen.
UNDE.TAKERS.
R. CONDOS.
UNDEBT AKE.
I4OM g.2d1ste 1treet, ears te elefi.
Natalie Ends' Owe and Casio" (filItu lqd Mtbt sed
o Ylod oeeQ. Me tv " andý nd i(ý7ek (lopu, All lea
promptlly ttiuded to. OABEIAOEB.O HIS S
WINSLOW di PFXLLIPS.
U1ý NDEITAKERS AND EEBALKRS/,
No 90 Eomp,. Street. 22.1. 0iIe b~.m C ommomn
H2,1g. a S2t varity o2 COPPFI and METALLIC BIT
RIAL CAIRO, toCASES r with Haves, OOu2 N21 Sad a
table, are prspered to euanl. Y aedare s Ln (M ens u71
PLUMBINO AND GASJ"ITTINE
JOHNS . lLEMINO. AGRif?
GAS IIITTRE
Dseal... In Gas jIaturts.
123 AND 122 MAGAZINE STREET, NERE 02101,
Will attend putuall2 ad faIthfully to lUoxd l r Mui
to him.
0rden left 1. Box No. 1 Mueeks L Sad Dadas' IM
h··lee win mat 01th ormmt tnr ts
S. BIER ...................................L fINB
No. 12 CAMP STREET. UNDER THE CITY HOTEL
Je.welry Watches, SIveTr and Plated Ware.
-Sots ·rom rol
SIMMONS' BSEAUlIAN PEBBLES.
Fine Gold WatI2,, in ERanting Ca, diC, owd modWtd nd
enanved, but makers; rch Sets, Bracelet, Plus a Eno
tin.1 n D2imond, Amethyst, Corsi, Onyx and Etnu.S Ovit.
i koarat .Gold Gurd and V.0 CVins, l.e.t patteuill sahs
Buttons. ad Studs oft -eery vrity ad b.t woladuSbipsI
Ge2ts1' 5o.5nd Y M.Ss9 Plus, various d.igc.; Sl s end
Plated BsI Table and Tea oPIrk and Spou1, Cap., GoblI.
N.pklcgs., C112tou, 82. ; 52.15 and le CYIWQb.s'
...k.r..d upeolr c.221y.
Cleeks.
·ae...h'.
OR2.lnd Mantis, to B25.., Marble aSRVWod.
Spectacles.
Gold, Olive, St2.l ad Sh.ll monad.
Th. 12prticular a.tte5122 of thbna.SnS "hshilPflud"W
( .Mpect12lly.ol2221d o 15mmo22' BO.105 71.50 thebaeet
.M2.nl5g2la tha1i biold b2d. N uu w 1W PdblA14
ShdG.,,i p 22.2112.tUt~dp~inpL··(I·
elfrma.Patealarttsto.pftltsptregafkal
f EaS.02_ all VAM__P SEET.SOV u e12t
-. 1O ATIER. &ECHITUCW
NO. 78 CAMP STESEE.
Ras 112921, o2'S HNSi 2nT.SS .
AlO 222,2 a f2,sr IA259 2 .2151bu ildIinngs Bf
(or J.ýrovinug r'a and Pl.:= OlcrmuY. wtth r W ft.M
with of wtkLnt·W90r0Nndmw ei

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