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TUItDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBItER 8, 18616.
LoulInna Intelligene.
otiME N CLCASrrI:.--We learn that on Friday
at ahout 0 o'clock at night, onl iondividol
ed Evans was murdered at his house, and a
hours afterwards, his son, residing fifteen
es from his father, was also murdered.
hese two were the father and brother of an
dividlal of the same name who was imprisonled
our jail, accused of the murder of Mr. Alexan
er Daigle, Jr.; a crilme which was committed in
alcasieu parishin April last.-[Opelousas Courier.
lThe Tibodoaux Sentinel of the lot inst. says :
The first bale of new cotton, from this parish,
as ginned and baled by Messrs. Ledet & Botcher
on Monday last.
The Blenville Messenger has the following flat
eringnotice of the most illustrious of the illus
rioua governors of Louisiana:
In to-dory's paper we publish an extensive arti
cle from Gfa. Wells, so-called, addressed to the
'Loyal People of Louisiana." What he means
by the term "loyal," we do not exactly know. If
he means jo-al to the disgraceful and murderous
plot, the1 pre is not addressed to the people of
-in 0i, atif he means "loyal" to the existing
laws o .dsiana and the general government,
then w ,e all included, andhe and hies unprsi
cipled.cendiary radical assoliates are exempted
from the loyal hearing of this insulting document,
It is unequalled in the annals of impudence, that
a man like Gov. Wells, who is lost to every prin
ciple of self-respect-that noble trait which char.
acterizes the true gentleman-should presume to
i n'L jogmoent.as to the loyalty of a people, when
.le deserted iis native State in the hour of her
eratest peril: and is now a criminal in the eyes of
Slaw-having violated the laws which he swore
to maintain, thereby adding the horrible crime of
ypcnjory.
",rith plublic sini,i t lo to inorder to let our
,fedelors inderstoud the treo position of the man
C T,',:bim they complmented with their votes, who
lhas proven false to their trust, and who now so
igototinioosly disgraces the gubernatorial chair
of the State. No attempt at vi.dicatiou fromi him
i s necessary. It is lbeyond the pwer of words to
restcne the loot confidence whichl was once re
poscd in hint--hre is lost, irretrievably lost. He
sold himself to Satan-or the radical party, which
is tuntaontot--al wats cheates.out of the inheri
ttance. Poor misguided, disgraced oad despisoed
beiing, court ob;caity, Itide your gutilty hetad in
shame over your many crimes, and in your re
morse of conscienee--if such a tlhing is possible
avert your tthtoghts from the Itbleeding corpse of
po ur Fed. l (Tubtcr. lwho now calmly sleets en
t.hrouded ill tis cold totls, a reput,:d victim of
your political treachery.
The Courier of the Teche of the 1st inst. says:
Just as our planters were commencing to
gather in their crops, and to secure the fruits of
the labor of the last nine months, a spell of the
most disagreeable and injurious weather has come
to put a dtamper on llt their htopes. Itrainsalmonst
continually every day. It is so long since last we
osaw a single clear day that we have almost for
gotten- the appearance of the suit. Of course,
almost all cotton picking is at a stop; and if there
is ever so little a quantity picked, its quality is
greatly damaged by the heavy rains and the damp
ness of the atmosphere ; in many cases threaten
ing to rot while bcing stored, when not yet
completely dry. If the caterpillars should make
the" ac ppoasae after this, we may well enoter
taio serious feartes of'what nmay be tlhe fate of the
greatest number of our planters. On this crop de
pends not a little more or a little less gain, but
their very means of existence. If a crop ever so
small is secured, then there is some hope lelt for
the future ; but to those who will fail, there is hbut
the most desperate poverty and miseryleft.
The following frank and sensible notice is from
the Baton Rouge Gazette of the 4th inst. :
p Desiring at all times to deal fairly and candidly
wilth ouir frieods in the country, who depend upon
honest inforination to guide them in their inter
course with our city, we feel bound to state, that
there have been several cases of tle cholera in
certain places in the outskirts of our city. The
places mostly infected with the disease are the
penitentiary and "catfish-town. A number of
the oases have proved fatal.
We believe it is generally conceded that
cholera is not a contagious disease, and need not
ioe feared on this account. It travels aboutin the
most mystcriouu manner, oftentimes visiting the
most healthy localities and passing over others
which, from inherent causes, would seem to
invite it.
We can hardly think that our country friends
would be running any risk of contracting the dis
ease by coming to town at present, but of this
they will of course be their own judges. So far
as safety front cholera is concerned, one place
would seem to afford as much guarantee as anoth
er-the citys much as the country-unless, per
hbps, It he in the pine region, which is a safer
retreat, comparatively, from epidemics than any
other.
Tihe Opelousas Sentinel of the 1st inst., says:
During Othe week we have had almost daily
Ihard stoiwers of rain, and generaIIlly dark gloomy
weather, which mlst have sa bad effect on tlhe
:o:tt.l crop, which, as we remarked in another
place, is extremely protmisig. Si far, however,
we have lnot hard of any serious damage havion
teoen done, and clear weather ina day or two will
take all rlight again.
Since t'ititni tlhe above tile weather has
changed again, itd there is a prospect of its re
nlainuig clear.
The same paper has the following pregrapllh:
Judge Lewis, just tdown from Alexandria, re
quests is to state on his authority, thLat if thiere
are caterpillars in any field on'the route, lre did
ilnt see tlhei, and e looked for thet particularly.
The general reports, the croakers notwithstand
ing, are favorable.
. . ... .. .,, .. . _
A Love Atflr-i.louw t It esulted.
JFrem the tMemphia Appeal.t
Some six months ago a young gentleman of our
-city formed the acquaintance, at a ball room, of a
handsome young lady who resides some eight
miles in the country. It seems the ng gentle
man was so struck with the beauty is new ac
qunintance that he would dance with no other
lady during tilhe night. She invited hieln to call and
see her, which he promised to do. On a second
visit of the yaocg lady to the city, the parties en
gaged themselves and things went on swimmingly.
'The young man never let a Sunday go by without
hiring a horse and buggy and posting to his dulo
cian. This eontinued for some time; presents
were made to the young lady by the gentleman,
among which was a $20 massive gold ring.
Of coerse this did not mean much, and it was
whispered by the young man' flriends that thbb
happy day was soon to come off. Only a short
time ago, he got his usual horse and buggy and
posted out to his "best beloved." On the road a
hundred things crossed his, mind, all about how
he would act whenthe preacher would ay, "E yon
take thisyooneg lady to be your wedded wife"
We need not say that he felt all overesh, and that
the ride seemed more than isually long, but;'in
the course of a couple or three weeks, he was to
bring his dulcina to the city as his wife, and then
all heart-miseries would be over. Shortly after
9 o'cloee he roached the place. Everything looked
ltrange. He, wen up tothe lawn, but sawno one,
at last he was at the doorstep of the house; the
doorawere open, a nd jatalie enteredhe saw quite I
a large number of people shaking hands and-con
gratlating leis was-to-bb-wife as' Mrs. Some
thingclse, and she was dressed up in bridal robes,
In the crowd was a reverend gentlem.n; and fieor
her an honest, plain, but neatly dreased country
gentlemau, who wasn that identified Mr. Something
else. Our city lover was invited in to join in the
merriment, and told to wait for dinner, when
there was to be a splendid repast. ilis appetite
failed him, lhowever, and hie suddenly remembered
hle had forgotten something very important in
MIemphis which lie had to attend toI, and he staqed
back in a twinkling,
"A wiser and a better mai"
Poison was i Ifcrl thought on reaching here, but
he fnally concluded to imnbibe shamns paineto khill
off his real pain, in order that he might drown his
love in the sparkling wine. Thie only thing he
has been heard to say since is, "There's many a
slip ietween the cup and the lip."
THnE MvSTERaOUS AlecrCTION OF CAPT. DEATON,
The Nashville Express, 27th ult., says:
It will be reeollected that about seven weeks
ago Capt. Deatoe left ]urfreesboro' for Nashvillg
to transact some business. After being missed, i
was impossible to trace him, and it was believed
that he had been foully dealt with. Within a few
dlays intelligeonc han been received that Capt,
Denton was met at the railroad depot at Nash
ville, on his arrival from Morfreesboro', by some
mnc who recognized hime, in company with three
others. He wons snhsequenCy drugged, he eannoot
rcollect how, ani, an he expressedit, "woasmeler
.i cloud for twenty days." Ore comlug to himself
hle was in a desne.rted section of country, in the
neighborhood of Clarksville, Axkanas, He repre
sents his suffering as intense, bodily and mentatn,
Iis body being ronsideably bheuised. He htid
been rolbbed of eis, aoney and clothes. Sich and
destitutce, lie made tit way to Van Buren, where
borcmoained awhile a recuperate his exalmusted
poncero. There he received pecuniary assistance
to enabloe him to return thomne. When last heard
firom, he was at ,ittla Ro~hk, expecting to reach
luretreehboro' about the titue his letter woul.
SThis ie one of tilea most suceasfaul bduetiont
we have ever seen recorded. How he eculd have
been carriced such rt deistance withourt attracting
suspieioantothe parties havilg him i charge is
nateost revond comprehension. His wife and
friends tave sufllred trnch, at once the prey to
gppfehea.iia and uancftaiaty.,
C. CAVEROC & CO. (
C CAVAROCS CO, C
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCIIHANT3,
No. 110 Roysl street,
rEw OaLLAN LS.
put
LIBERAL ADVANCES G
11adeon eonsigmmentsof cotton and other prod lu o (u
friends In
LIVERPOOL, HAVRE AND BORDEAUX.
C. CAVAROC & CO.,
No. 116 Royal street.
CHANGE ON SIGHT AND ON TIME
At the convenience of buyers, on the followRng named cities:
PAI S,
AMIENS, H
ANGOULEMIE
AGEN,
ARRAS,
AUCH,
AURILLAC,
ALENCON, B
BAYONNE,
BRE.T, W I
BAR-LE-DUC,
BESANCON,
BLAYE, -
ML01S.
BEAUVAIS,
BOULOONE,
BORDEAUX,.
COAN,
IAROASONNE,
CLERMONT.FERRAND,
CHARLEVILLE,
CASTELNAUDARY IO
CAITIORS,
CASTRES, J
CHALONS-SUE.MIARNE, o
DUNtCERUCE,
DIEPIE,
E LBE UF,
SGRIENOBLE,
01RAY, fro
IlAVRE, .
LYo0, . .
LA` CA.L,
LIL LE,
LIMO(;ES,
LIROURNE,
LOIICItINT, DC
ARISEILLES,
SULII USE,
MANS fLE)
MSONTECLLIER,
N RNNTES,
NARBONNE,S
IORLECNNS,
PERIGCEUXA
rlrRASBURO,
IIEIJIS,
ROLDE ,
ROCIIELLE (LA)
RENNES,
BREOIFORT,
ROANNB.
ST. ETIENNE.
ST. QIUENTIN,
SA UM iiR,
TOULOUSE,
TARBES,
-rd
TOCURS.
For siloe 1y C. CAVAROC & CO.,
No. 116 RoyIU street.
F INE MINE
C (FROM THE HOUSE OF SEIGNOURET BROTHERS,
BORDEACX.)
150 bbls. RED WINE-CI ttean Dilln--iRfferent qualities.
10CI; do. do. do. do. do.
5 boxes do. do. do . do.
10 do. do. Chateau Terrefort, do. , do.
I 0 do. do. do. Talbot.
50 do. do. do. Lafitte.
30 do. l0. do. Laroze.
30 do. do. do. Iargaux.
15 do. do. do. Leoville.
12 , do. do. St. Julie.
100 do. WHITE WINE Sauterne.
30 do. do. Bursac.
i0 do. do. Beaune.
10Rdo. do. Chattu YlTqem.
For saleby C. CAVAROC A CO.,
No. 116 Royal rtreet.
RED WINE IN CASES
2,R00 cases RED WINE, St. Lombes and St. Eulalie,
in store and for sale by C. CAVAROC.,
No. 116 Royal street.
RED WINE IN BARRELS
o100 arrrels RED WINE, good ord:nar, in store and
fIor sal, by C. C~IAVAROC e (Co..
Y N. I1BG Roya Ryfeet.
,I.O tUSSI.LO ..... ...... _._............ A ORS.
SBIC0 <arrei CIED W illNE-R i, ery rstout•
R 20 do. d,. h,)rs, do.
I re y . C C IRO( k CO.,
No. J16 C 1 R nal ,treet.
Sr AlnDrNsY w SE SARD
30 cases Chanlt rtin, (',es VlAgeot, Rmanib. , NuitN ,
masrked I:hl. I, ty ,i o., CLig, L Belir, in .t.re and for
etLt by C. CAVACRoI CO.,
No. ll8 R,.aI stet, I.
i, J PLAGSIOL'A OILIVEI O1 -
I2080 t,,i, U.NLE OIL-J. I'UNgniol--hrge and small
l nt!le t isn tore a nd fer sTele I o r
C. CAVAROC a CO.,
No. 116 R.ya street.
SA]DIN8S .......................... SARxINESt.
;l' 500 casts--6t nd ?, hose.--SARDINES IN OIL,
a marked Bodel, Su0bieille, l'h. Le.l-tuter , in store and for
It sale by C. -i.VAROC , CO.,
0, No, 115 Royal street.
C- EtUX-DE-VIw ............... ES-E -D-VIE.
3r 50 quarts Cocq, Father & Son,, 1602.
td 30 eighths do. do. do.
25qar ts ehille Petit, 1610.'
20 eighths do. do.
it 20 quarts J. A. Ouerin, 195.
1. 20 eighths do. do.
is 660quar t Rorel"
D In store, sad under key of. theft ltomto se--for sale by
C. CAVAROC & CO.,
to : - - - - - - -
DRUGS, PERFUMERY, ETC.
BOTANIWO DRUG isTORE
N , 1RONTLEV0 I oppoeitethe ALGIERS FE T
LANDING, NEW ORLEANS.
Teetoek of Medlotnes, Simple and Compound. wll be foun C
superior, full andcomplete. The patronage of the publio
repectfuellyeMlelted by thproprieDe A.AJO
Da. A. A. JONES.
PETER E. BLOW
IMPORTER AND WHOLESALE DEALER IN DRUGS,
PAINTS, WHITE LEAD,: OILS, WINDOW
GLASS GLASSWARE, PERFUMERY, ETC., ETC.
Noe. 6d and 68 North Main street,
Between Pine and Olive, St. Louis. Mo.
TWO AGRICULTURAL PADPERS FOR
TWO DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS.
The Mouthemr Cultlvntor,'
D. REDMOND AND WILLIAM N. WHITE, EDITORS.
Esteblished in 18. Vol. 2H commenced January, 1866.
Monthly at $2 per annume-Six Coples for $10, in Adanee.
By special errangcment with the MARYILAND FARMER,
another excellent Rural Montbhy, published In Baltimore at
$1 5I , both papers wil be ent onee year or $3; six of each for
16;e ten of each lor $25--giving each subscriber en this case
bothpafor $2 50.
pAddress WM. N. WHITE, Athens, Ga.
WEEKLY IBERMVILLE SOUTH.
PUBLaSHE EfVER SATURDAYr.
Plqem ior Ib erv il Parish, La.
. WArd &M Co., Propritetor..
R.ies or eeceprloe--$ 5 per annum, in edvane; halt
yearle, 2 50; qarterly, $1 50.
R.SeTOI Aeoea.eel.--AlI transient edvtetlteemnte e, fst
insertion, per square, $1 ; each subsequent iuertioe 75
eet per sequare. o
da ertlsemeute not specified as to time will be publit shed u
til ordered discoue hOd.
Anuouncemens of candidates for State and District ofiee
will be charged $20.
Aunneocements for Parish and offices wilI be charged
, payablel in daeeee
nHE FELICIANA LEDGER-BAYOU SARA,
WILLIAM C. ANNIS, Editor and Proprietor,.
J. B. WEDERSTRANDT, A.sociate Editor.
Sebteelpele,, foell menthee, in edetee................, $50
o DVEgtTlSlq :
ne square, 10 Unse ..................... . 15
Ec suequent vlrtton ............ 7
Job Work. oet Ic.ie., e.rd e ith neaneS'and dis aptcb.
rIT NATCHEE DEMOCRIAT.
The Tri-Weekly Democrat i. published every Tuesday, Thrte
dayeud Saturday mornings, at $' peer anhum. St is
000G D IEDIIUMI FOR ADVERTISERS,
The Weekly Demoerat, a eFamly neetpaper puelishedeeree
Monodaymorningt $5i erannm.
J. BENI. CIiANDLER , No I te1rendecet street, New Or
leans, is nur antheriz.! agent'for th e City f New Orleans and
that polrtion f LOails.na and Mlitiseippl bordering on the
NeTw Orleas, Jackson and Great Northern Railrotd.
tEAD & BOTTO.
Febliehter areIe Priooeee, tPelre, RlS,
G.OCI~RIEIS AND PRODUCE.
nAM3.ACK l& l4QUIlRA, B
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
21 New Levee and 10 Pulton Street,
Between oravler and Common streets.
Pork Flonr.Lard, S e at, Holases, Coffee, alt Fine Wine, will
lnor., Tobacco, and I .ga re, rolr tantl y os band in untities ta
to~ult purcitah ers. Orders oi,r platetion supplies carefunyll rs
Nut up. ty for fi mANDppi ANlic ted. nts
W+l LLIA Mt. . sAtNE/ Me
(J. 0. GOODRICH, H. L. GOODRICH, O. R. RALUEY.)
WHOLESALE GROCER
Commluslon Merehant.
RNeo. 3 COMMON AND 44 CANAL STREETS . the
J.WW.I.WEL .AEE, .
WHOLESALE GROCERS E.
Oommltslo` Uereheat.
New Orlelan BL
RW m W VLLIt.ET Ma
wHOLESAL GROEe C'
L New A vN , S 4, O , and R1 OLGW BtW
EW OBLEAN&
BIDWELL, PAYTNO dE o.
(H. BIDWELW* E O. PAYNE, JNO. N.
WHOLESALE GROCERS. AND DEALERD IN WESERN e
.. /o. Tehoepitoulas streets
New Orleans, L
DOOD, PICKS TT d& CO.- e
(B. . WOODS-WM. PI KEW,--MS ME WOOl. 1S
SE Commeree Street.
J"LAFS, SBTEW T A BIBB'S OLD 0ASTAN
MONTGOMERY, ALA.
Wholesale and Retatl Grocer. (H
OMMISSI0ON MERCHANTS AND COTTON BROKEBRS
Jurey & Hard.; H. W. Farley Co.; Battle, Noble Co.; I
nlo. J. O. Nixonand Col. D. B. Penn, New Orlea. S
. BTAFBFOSti ,& CO.- (J
CORNER JACKSON AND ROUSSEAU STREETS,
Offt, for ale a eneral assortment of Grceds receivedI H
from first hand. u at the lowest mrket prices. Wll be and i I
are receiving additi-nl etock of all kinds of goods in our line.
W. call the attention of retail stores and tho trade In general; S
they will ln our lstock inferior to one in tho market. OGi
st,ic of Floor 1, extensive both olf famii and trade braund.
SUGAI . SYR UP AND MOLnASMEU
Orescent City Sangar e lnels.
DOUBLE-REFINED LOAF.
" OUT-LOAF, CUED R
-And- CRSHEDWI
POWDERED SUGAR
WHITE and YLto!.OW CLARIF.ED BUGAB,
'SOLDEN SYRUP, SUGARHOUS FMILSYRU
--And
REBOILED MOLASSES.
Leanlsans and West Indl.
SUGAR and MOLASSES,
A. Thomson ad Co.,
45 Tehoupltoul s etree
THEODOJE PELLE,
WHOLESALE DEALER IN
Llquors and Wines.
TOHOUPITOULAS STREETI, .
SNew. Oleans. Is
A. U. JS.lEZA. COMMISSION MERCHANT, P
Importer of OSba Produae.
-Alo, DMserIn-
LOUISIANA SUGAR AND MOLASSES,
OOmeM No. 10 St LouMet
Louisna ad COubs Sager and Molmes always en hand
Io sIle pNrheear.
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, ETC.
B. B. NEWIIALLL-
CommB . ion Dealer in .
Boots and Shoes.
No. 35 OLD LEVEE STREET,
Between Customhouse and Bienvilles
5New o0u5s,.LL It.
E. MAUQUEZE,
WHOLESALE DEALER IN BOOTS AND SHOES.
'2 Canal Street.
Partiular attention paid to Plantation ordser
TOHN M. 'UOLD. AGENT
ROOTS AND SHOES AT WHOLESALE, of
Ro, s Helllalne Iltreet,
NEW ORLEANSB.
H. BARTELS,
MERCHANT TAILOR,
No. 157 Common StreetS.
(Between Carondelet and St. Charles steetHs)
New Orleans.
.tea.. w sc m..n s irýiý cu mm
CIGARS, TOBACCO, ETC.
.A. FENHNANDEZ,
-IYPORTER OF
HAVANA CIGARS,
No. 5 Common street and No. 46 Canal Street,
(UP STAIRS.)
NEW ORLEANS.
CHULIES U. EF NaEE . & CO.
DEALER IN
All kinds ofLeafand Manufactured Tobacco
NEW ORLEANS--1 Magalonestreet.
ST. LOUIE-14 North Necbnd street
NEW YORK--162d Water street.
MEMPHIS--30 Front street.
TaOS. o. WALRH de CO..
(THOS. C. WALSH, late of Lynchburg, Va.; ARTHUR
CONNELL, late of Montgomery, ,All
TOBACCO AND GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
CoISsa or GanIeR SND New LSVRE STIRE.
New OrlseansL, S
rsFR 2O
General Harry T. Hays, New Orleans, Ls.
essra. McDanniel Irby, Lynchhurg, Vs.
Nessrs. Chas. Luling & Co., New York.
DEFIANCE
CIGAR MANUFACTORY.
D. HIRSCH & CS.,
174 Water at5eet, New York.
gg THE DAILY NEW ORLEANS CRESCENT KlEPT
ON FILE.
C . BLOCK. CO.
71 GRAVIER STREET,
Wholesale Dealers In and Importers 5
Havana CILgars, VrgIlMa 1and Western To
Keep constntly on hand the best brands of the
OLD DOMINION.
J O.HA.
Importer of
BAVAVA CIGARS, LEAF TOBACCO AND PRODUCI
& 4Commae treet,
Betwen Magazine auu Tohoupitodv,
New Orleans.
SIMON .1. FLATOW.
YuANrUFAnEon or aLL vea or
PLUG CHEWING TOBACCOOO.
W1 M~aSalnre treet, New Orleanu.
Pi YS1(TIANS.
DR. H. A. McLEOD
OFFICE, No. 5 CARONDELET STREET,
Ofers his Profess onal Service, to the Citizens of New
IrI ,leans.
SW.6. AUSTIN, M, I.,
AT THE OFFICE OF THE BOARD OF HEALTH,
No. 132 Oravler street.
d Rlesidence, No. 146 WashtnstoE street.
DBB. L. T. PIM d1 J. T. SCOTT
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS,
Oace, Ne, 40 CAMP STREET, between Comm an4 Gor,
vier. Rosidce, No. 92, corner Josphlm and
Apollo streets, New Orleans, ra.
OMee Hours a 11 A. M. to . P. M.
6N. B.--Secial attention paid to Diaseases of the Eye
STEAM BOAT AOENTS.
JOHN E. HYI)E . C0.-JOHE EI HYDE, ED. J.
BOOKER,)
STEAMBOAT AGENTS
" -.tn-.
eSneral Commissio. and Forwarding Her
No. 115 COMMON STREET,
New Orleant, L.
rr tiot and ut oDl ttention given to the colledoo or
NSOISt WYI
ATTO)RNiE'2S AT' LAW CC
ONNER, oOODSE DILLINGHlAM, )E
U(J. M. BONNER, E. J. GOODE, J. P. DILLING IM.)
Attorneys at Law,
(OVER CANAL DANL)
--o-ms or o 1xr asp 5a05n eram, Ow 01SNwS,
Fllpractloe in the ourts of New Orleans, and live ,t.ct at.
ntlo t any bhines entrusted to tbhm. ' l eanctlon with
roliable Attorney at Washington, thsy will paprs and prose
mt. latme l.m8.nst the flvernmant
NjOLREIIEAD b TRIGS, IN
(CHAS. S. MOREHEAD, WYNDHAM R. TRIGO,)
Attorneys at Law,
GREENVILLE, MISSISSIPPI, MIT(
Have assoeyted th emelves to practie ther profeon in
he emutie of Wahligtou, Tonics, Cohbom, Boivsr,
seuoe- and Warren.
. H. HUDSON- For
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
Orece. s8 Camp Street.
BEs.seh, for him, daring say tempoesy abmee, .lft wIt
aer.. Clarkes Bayne, will reolveproper attentlo.
C UiLLO a THORPE- H.
H. NORTH CULLOM, '. R. THORPE) GEN
Attorneys at Law,
MARE.VILLE, LOUISI.AN,
raotl In th S Cot of Aveoyesl Polnte 0o..5 a
£." to the Pop:or of the resento E.
IBSON & AUSTIN,
(N L. GI0SON, J. E. AUSTIN.)
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORSAT.LAW, ob
100 Common street, opposite City Hotel, .
New Orlea M.
HA!E, ADAMS . MOISE, (Ft
HARRY T. HAYS, D. W. ADAMS, E. WARRBBEN MOISE)
Attormeys and Counselors at LOw.
Orace, 1S St Charles etrset--Secod foor.
SMITH &a HALEY- D
(JAMES B. SMITH, 0lnton; J. H. HALSEY, Point Oonpee
CourtHouse,)
Atterneys.at.Low,
Have formed prUerhip, and wSll practice theirprolesaslon
Le the courts of the Seventh Judicial Detroct.
S~ELDON b PA-RDEE,
Qo A. SHELDON, DON A. PARDER)
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
1 MUt. Charles Street, New Orleans.
RALNDOLPH, SINGLETON s HARDIE
WILLIAM M. RANDOLPH, (CHARLES B. BING L[TON,
JOHN W. HANDIE,)
Attorneys and Counselors at Law,
Corser UOee and Ntehe, stresshi, fo
0,., Home Mutual Insuense Co.paney, IB tmop st5, P,
MARE -e FOUTE-
(R H EMARN, . A, FOUTE, G. W. H. MARS,) (
Attornsey at Law,
lI4 Gl5mts0 STr.
N. A bOUPE, pme2~piopeer of MIsIgtpg1,
HIMPHIZET MARSSIIALR..
COUNSELOR AND ATTORNEY AT LAW, G
Ofce, No. 11 Otrondelet street, New Orleans, Losilaln.
Will prertie Lw in thes aorts of New Orlea, nd w oil
ttend to th prseparation of 0110m to he de.... atWssh. S
P C., Fo. A
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
N,. 180 Gravler tmt.ree
New Orles.
JOHN Nr. HOLLAND.,
ATORNEY AND COUNELORA Y LAW.
No. 5 Royal streetS
(orro0sl crnies AW,
eldsenc, No. THo etnlstrent. prO
H.AwRR3N b HUNTON. S
(J. O. HARRISON, THOMAN ORTON,) I.
Attorneys at Law.
WEl mTOes in all the Courit of News Orlss, snd emle
Itrlet attention to sanpy business eptesto them. In 5o.
Juoncltio with rOlinbin Atsaorny st Wt hlngots, eth wil
o mo.-lS( Grster street.
D_)Oax N. BENNEN.
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
No.M ............larondelet Strees............ N.
Hs esued thes Practice of the Law.
shln. Oade oroolaeilnnl onnoeon in e hesPt
(tsh, tll attend to toeteiontos and lmsin in ehl the Pa rlSh
of the tst,.; , e to Clims ogond the overnmet st Wuh.
4S1OE VT RIP.R WTNSP, Vd'V!,
GROCERIES. WINES. ETC.
C. H. MILLER m CO.
Manuacturer of STEAM REFINED CANDIES, Importer
of WINES, BRANDY, PRESERVED FRUITS, CIGARS
and all descriptions of FIREWORKS,
pent for the Los A els, Cal., Wines,
" and Fane GroLeee treet. corner o Ntrh
LISUORSbORDIY L
And Fancy 0roberoe wa
Which we offer for sale at lowest market rates.
LAITE ACUDODO,
IMPORTERS,
Wholesale and Retail
Fine Wines, Liquors, [Etc.,
NO. a1 UNION STREET.
EIDIa s DARMMEON.
(0. LEDIG, . DAMMRON.)
Wholesale Groeers and Dealse tn sener.!
Provlsons. CigarS, Tobaoee,
WINES, LIQUORS, ETC.,
No. WI POYDRAB STREET, NEAR NEW LEVER,
New Orl.na -
EDWARD CONERY.
WHOLESALE GROCER.
Sommiaslon and FerwardallCr Mcrehant,
AND DIan Us
WESTERN PRODOCE. FOREIGR N ndDOMESTIC WIES
LIQUORSRTC. ETCO.
OSnEs OSUoS ANe PRoB ss RanRs. Nne OnrSAws. I.
.oEJL [EIRr BDROTHERS,
WHOLESALE GROCERS
-an
Dealer. Sm Foreign and DomestIe LIqunr
(Agent for Pin AppleM Whiky)
1 TCHOUPHTOULAS STREET, NEW ORLEANS
SAACS(ON. 8EISAS8 & Oo
(ALF. H. ISAACSON--HENRY . SEIXAR
WholesSalDealers in
STAPLE AND FANCY OGROCREIIS.
Importers of Fine Wines and Liquors,
N COMMON STREET,
- New Orleans. LolelMnma
J. A. BL-A.ER & ao..
(SUCCESSORS TO WE. MASSEY,)
Agents for Muasy Collins & Co.'s
PHILADELPHIA ALE AND PORTER.
Ale, Forter amd Cider,
By the Cask, Barrel or Bottle.
BOTTLING HOUSE 2I AND 28 BIENVILLE STREET,
Wholesale Depot, 6R New Levee street,
New Orleans, La
h Shiping orders promptly attended to,
DENTISTRY.
- DR. JM.. .- MA Ee
SURGEON DENTIST,
No. 107 Carondelet Street,
PFirt d.,r .bov. Pvdra. on righ heand side.
-SOUTIHERN DENTAL DEPOT
RENJ. F. HOPPER.
M St. Charles street, New Orleans.
A flRl supply of DENTAL MATERIALS of all kiLds, oo
stting in part f
Instraments; Operating Chiors and Spittoons;
- Teth; Gold and Tin Foll; Gold, Silver and lat(a Plate
Files; Vuleanisers; Rubber; Lathes;
Srtsh Cotton and Corundus Wheele
Arkansco Stonsa, etc., tm., set
SOrders by mall promptly exeuted.
Address. as .hnv Imok Box No. 720.
o BHIPPRES TO MEXICO.
EL RUSTROSO....... BRILLIANT ....... EL RUSOTROSO
1000 Cases Devoe'sI Brllianot" CoSR Oil,
IN BOND, COLORLESS AND ODORLESS,
03 Oamp street.
TO ADVERTISERS.
Partles Ion Noew Orleans wlshing to ADVERTISE in a VIl-E
Sberg Dally, will find It to .tlher enefit o ,,oatronize the
VICKSIBUIIT JOURNAL,
pmblihed by Messrs. J. W. and .E. NKINSELEY.
y s redent rde.f he City Councilit has been designated
as the
Omel0al Jornal of thep (ClIp of Vleicsrg
having the L CIIE EST CIRCULATION. and only paper inl
State taking theF AwJ0iuted Preee npf 4.r¢ rts,
Haon ox 16 copy
COMMISSION--NFOR WARDING. _
1)E RKINS, SWENSON ad CO.-- YE
ACM. M. PERKINS, NewOrleC.ns, S. N. SWENSON. N. V., Wods
late Ausin, Tex., D. L. KERNION. New Orleans,)
General Commlulon Merchants,
No. 1. Carondelet street, corner of Union street,
New Oleas. .
INDEPENDET TIHROEGH LINE
AGENCY. COTT(
MITCHELL, RUTLAND & CO. (Late JAQUEBS, MIT
CHELL A CO., BENJ. E MITCHELL, of New
Orleaon, JOB. S. . BUTLAD, Mobile,
Forwardlns and Commanlooen Merhants, S
SHIP AND INDEPENDENT STEAMBOAT NQ. S
AGENTS,
No. 4 Commeree street and aS Front street.
MOBILE, ALA.
H. W. ..M. TEJL I a. CO. ..
ENERATL COMMISSION AND FORWARDING MER.
CHANTS,
80 and'83 New Levee Street. r. 1
E. W, ADAMS. H
COMMISSION MEROCHANT,
SAdlles d'Orleans, Bordeaux, Fraaee.
St lSNSiS S--o. 0. N. C..rd, PsyaW Hant(ntton ,
Co. w. H. Avery. Oen. D. W. dam.s, H.enderson sine,
J. {. BNebddge, houLisn. A Esd.{on, J. W. Be..hrd. and J. OEjq
0. Ni.G..
ATNEZ a PALACIO-
100. PIZARRO MARTINEr-ANTONIO PALAOIO .)
Commltlon I erchants,
198 GRAVIER STREET,
NoW OOLNL 001
BiILrNGHe M &. BEBLOI1-
(C. DILLINGHAM-JOHN DEBLI T
Successors to Weed, Wittero & Co., (TC
Commillson Merchants and Wholeale eroeer
No 7, 9, 11 and 13 Tchopito.sl Struet, Col
__ Naw Okurms.
G. L. ROtNS .8 BGO..
(1. L. KOUNS, BEN. B. KOUNS.)
,neral Commaldon a erehans,
WHOLESALE GROCERS.
-AD Daousos Ix
IANCY GBOCERIES, BOAT AND BAR STORES,
No 59 Common etl, New Orlean
Sts~R tOee..e s and Ord,, to Poerhsle
tomthel. soUnhtan.
P.IIoI.eu aHnttol glen to uroteiog and 1,,..r Hg
ilibrl Cash Advaoces made on Coslgnments.
WHITEMAEN BMOTHEHS.
(0. P. WHITYAN, H. C. WHITEMAN, E W. WHITE -
KANJ
Coa.onmluon, Mecelvnlg and Forwlardlng s
Merchants,
Wholsatleand Etell DImes. In
GROEBRIES, WESTERN PRODUCE, LIKE, IENT
NAILS, Et. J,
Bayou Sra. La
Bp Halng ree.,ud buln.e at tller old and, .spoeihl y
olicit " renewsl of former pa'onsage
A. ETEWA.T d C00.
(ANDREW STEWART. J. A. AVEEA,)
Commislonand Forwardlng Merehsants
-Dodel. n-- (
BOAT STORES AND PLANTATION SUPPLIES,
No. PeM (or Now Leee) treet, corner of Cals
(Onomm-ncu .o.a Ho",u
aNe Orluns, sL
Stri.eattentipald to the Sal an1 Storage of ll ind of
Perodum. I.bM.l C.Ih Adevanms mde ona Co.gn.mt .a and
prompt retemo Also, Agesnt for thR Bed Elve.rEuspsi.
SMTHM dM CAME ooMm
(3. PINEE SMITH, COH P.Ah JOHN M. CAR, .
Mandlsn p.sh.) (a:
ComIa. Moerochants and ParehagUg
Agents.
O 0 COer eom., NNW T OUl,.
SNw O R .nae.
MCeILVAINE BROTHEMS,
COMMISSION MERCHAIqY
No. 43 Broad Street, New r
Cubh .a. mde on shipmene t .he a. bo hea
JOSEPH H. OHLESBY,
,170 and iS E ehouptoduae
JAMES WEISSIRT. - i
COMMISSION MEROCANT 1
,4 1-E Carendelet street.
Foreign and Domestic EXCHANGE bought and sold,
ADVANCES mae. on consgmente to A. S. McMaeter S
BEN. TOLEDANO,.
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
*. 16 - Uion treet, New Orlea C
T. . NOEL. ,
COMMISSBBION MERCFANT,
For the sale of
Cattle, Hogs, Sheep, Mules and Mres. C
SSTOCK LANDING, NEW ORLEANS.
8a.otgry references iven.
CHENOWETH, CASEY s Co.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MEOHANTS,
No. tl Gravler Street.
New GRLeS.,. LA.
HW. H . NIOHOLB 4 CO.
COMMISSION MERNHANT,
Imseessu 1e a . cd L oa a es..
Galveston, Texas,
A.fl.BBET . M,-.L.,. ,
BAMBET . MLa eoLE-- R
WHOLALE ANDRETALGONNISSION MERoHANTS (JOB
Levee Street, Shbeeveport. La..
aot Conegonments of Cotton and Memehlndle.
WEITTY & 00.
HAEDWARE, GENERAL OOMMISSION.,
Reeelvlg and Forwarding Merchants,
And Trade Sale Aunotonerre C10
DRY GOODS, GROCERIEs AND PRODUODE
No. 2 Leve stret, Shreveport. L
A "l. DE LMAS-
GENERAL COMMISSION AND LUMBER ME CHANT, CM
ONee, No. 875 JuUn st., New Baaan.
NEW ORLEANS.
Srpecial ttentlone itea B.Oden' and Shippers' Orders fh
Lumber. Shigles,. eta dellvered at millt or city.
MeUUOID, MELRE m CO.,
(JAMES MIQUOID, CHRIS. MEHLE, H. INmAU L
J. T. AYCOCK, JOE OITZINGER,)
Nonecesson to E. WlkLi & Co.,) IS.
COMMNISS1ON MERCHeANTE,
-r-t TRE sAL or- Co
Ctl TOC . LANDING,
Cit y of Jea.flt L.
V. HAIGNAN F . LABORDE- -
COMIIISSION MERCHANTS, IMPORTERS
-or
French Wine., Brandte. Sardines, etc., M
NO 42 OLD LEVEE RTREET.
.OVELL *& BAILEY.
SHIP BROKERS AND COMMISSION MERCHANIML
MS Carondelet Street. Ks
J. F. LOVELL, formerly sxtoer, Lovell A CO., New Orlsete
W. 8. BAILEY. tormerely Aoe.ste Andr. * o..,ecc A.
W.T REN .NEW, OMB .0 & .0
HRE-- No 6S BROAD STREET, NEW YOSR
Sotton and Tobaeco Factore rand Gneral CM N
.ei..loh Merchant.
H.. L nwco I , YoSnB E, ,
Wholesale QroeerSa ad Commlaslon Mar.
SLIBERAL CASH ADVANONO MAD= OR
L coeeleeent. Dl~etton etdothde Prndnce to tbocegtte
bt N. PRITOCHARD,
Cotton Factor and Commiseion Merebnt,
No. et C-nrnd,1t Sereet. N.e ne.eae.. IA
ATOCEZ DAILY C OURIER
TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY. TIIUSDAY, FRIDAY AND
SATURDbAY. E
'le Weekly Courier
Is published Monday Borb,. g
ALL PA.YIENTS IN ADVANCE. 8
Onecollon pemonth, o tn nonte pcop By the ytnt AL
S12. Subncpioue invariably eoldped ek the pao d pfor
One quatre one oInch, or ten hes solid minion, mttlng a (
q are,) lrat t ertlon .... ........... .......... $1
One oune, c ud i. ron........................ . ..... 75
No alver'donmo s toke n on rteo "tll forbid" o yetem. A
specibid time will b, tot.d, nod paid or iu S dvonco.
Yearly, hslU-yearOI and'quortroyanertistOemeteLe at Shl uRus
leo.
C'OTTON JFACTOR'S, ETC. I C
YEAT1EAnt & W ;HIEwSS -EA (ROBINSON
YEATMEN. Ne Or]0,0,,. HENRY ( T. ETO, 'I
rods, Yeatman A Co., NAvi +; JOHN F. WHELESSM , . J. J A
NIav.ile.j J IENR
COTTON AND TOBACCO FACTORS, dum)
-A.-- COTTJ:
Generml Conmmllonn Mereohnts.
71 CARONDELEY STREET, NEW OlLOANS.
OEN r. ,MANICO - o C.- STE
TON FACTORS, COMMISSION MND:FOBWLRDIN (ANID
W.
MERCHANTS,
No. bl Caroadelet ltreet, up stairs.
crner Perddo ttrees, Or140.
PEED. iMLMERS db Co.
4 OARONDERLT 8TRErT, NEW OrLEANE, L·A GL
ead Tobaeee ]ate B <
GENERAL OOMMISSION MER.HANT.
And CommelMal Agoetl. Wolt
1ABLOW .. PRELP ; b ,10.. j
ARLOW I. FREeLP o N Ow ;; e5. UDO E O
i. Ofh NentookpC.·D la
.*tten Foators
exaza. Woxxtastatt xERCHu, A.
GENERAL OMMXIBIO ME1NRCEAIITE5.
0.145..14. st. bcom Com 0 rod St. ChAtl.. B.C
to a PATTON, wii
W. It ROGANI, MI. ameo Cemt, M.
DOHN PATTON, New O rtso., Ln.
Cotten Patooer
--5a-
BomlRuo ooM.mSN rereht
BNEAZ G IRION AND ?ORWARDIRNO m f
WaIBGraersstrNewOrlm, COTO
1a 0 G oon mmou ,0 e
. J. WARREN, . W. OnAW.O.DJ xIb
ON NYA COMMISSION MER JANT B
No C do.oo NewORU L . 18 C]N
Tos. . tow f R la'EU n * r CO. mo. . SB
.TEVE ON Ods RIN8. CAIM, ofndeCo
S NBON, AP C
Cottonor ad Foason ertt. u C
WOTTON FACTO ,
410ub~d~·o190Ooau i ow r NEE W S
19 COT cMMOON MRAC
SNO. B4ONELIT t, L TEIET ORLAS
a.eTI.r. 1 Ohel 1t ... ( S
COTTON WACTOR
enert Co ond lo te rehmat N
NOO. L7 ARONDELET STREET. NEW ORLEANT I.B:
W mS. Twf Litte . .r.
Cotten Faor.
No. 1 PERDIDO STREET, NEW ORLEANS..
Cotton Broker.
180 COMMON STREET. (W.
S WRITED donC.-.
(B.WaHHD,F. S.eIBSs,W.L.sRAPIE,LN.sCoAuaOL.)
COTTO N FACTOS .
2t CANAL STREET, NEW ORLEANS.
(D. BOULIGNY, L NSOLAPON.) ra
Cotton and susar actor Cob
CCMMISSION MERCHANT,
Coouns Cous oMr DM000, B 1om
.m d b Co.., '
COTTON PACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS
Nn Colon..,,.
AND CORNER OF MAIN AND WALNT STREETS,
Cotton and Tobacco Pactors CO
CO MrOSION MER0HAR TS,
10 Comman street.
NoEw Ooono. LA.s
, ADAMS -do QAFl.
ADA , o Lit o .; T. OF, of T. A J. W.
Cotton FtoIrueO and Commsion HM ate
NO. 14 RAVIER STREET, NEW ORLEANS.
EDET .o PINOMAMiD- 001
U
ElSEY? PINtXABD- IX
(P. . EDEY. WM. M. PINCRLRD JR..)
Cotton Factors and General Commo.lslenMw.
Chantes,
No. S3 COMMON STREET, INE ORLEANS. B
HaraTaNeroB B ROTHELa
(A. 8. HUNTINGTON-B. W. HUNTINGTON.)
Cotton Faetoro and tneral Commlasloa
Merhants,
No. 39 NATCHEZ STREET, NEW ORLEANS.
Cah advasnces made on oalgnmeots to our ddres and o N
our fidends in Now York and Liverpool
T..L . M.&XWF, LL - - Co., :
Cotton Faetors, Genwral Erhreaedls
BROKE.RBB AND 0 MISBBION MERCHANTS,
No. 18 NS Natbss New O leans, La.
(JOHN BOssER, Il olourk Y f.;N. . PROTHRO, Now
O rlmnsaI.. JAMES B. ROBBER, Ne Orloau s La.
Cotton 0 .Factor.
-.nD- ,.
•GNMNM. OONMMISS(N MEBO ANS.
e UnoSota. Nw Oleans.
JK.POWELL0 F
Cotton Factes` ad Commlssloa pebei ats
17 CAnONDELET STREET. 10N QMLMAYt
W. I STUART. (at a Jam() o"1t.BO )
N a BOON- -
(A. H. CHALMERS, U. S. BOON.)
COTTON ACTOS B
Lnd aeneral Comssioln Rre sati
NO. 1 OGRAMVIB STREET.
Now Oolsans
HOBBs&LL, AYLE Co.- o
(B. . HOEREL J. W. GATLE, J.E IBBNHROUJ a
COTTON FACTORS, AND GENERAL OMMISSIOs
Ne, eoy Pandrs stre set
Nsw OSZA L
CRACKERS-USCUITS.IT
An mGRET HOUGHERY, a , I
0UCCFO. 8o TO F. D'AQON 00.
Bread and Crackers Baker,
No. IS NEW LEVEE STREET, NEW ORLEANS
btowean Poydru aond Lafayette stets, s
K.s3Aooooonentl Mo hond. Mrge assortment of BERAL
CRAKER____REAM BISCUIT, sto.
A.C. HEsON * CO..
( 0. HERON, T. CALDER, H. RIDDELI)
COMMERCOIAL BAKERY,
WNo., SA and Oee Tehoupltoulas strst
DEPOT, NO. t TCHOUPITOULAS STEE. I
N.ow Orleoos.
Always an had all kid of LOAF BREAD AND
CRACKERS,
Bteabot, Shlps and Private FamWuOs B9pptieS.
e prepared, at aH tlma, to fiR orderslor
OREAM BICUITD PICNIO BISCUIT.
WINE R. SODA Do,
SUGAR Do. BUTTER Do.
WATER De. FRENCH Do.
BOSTON De. GINGER NUTS
PTLOT AND NAVY SO'MA. B0OR1 nR4T..
E(RNIMT TUISFIN,
MANUPACTURER of al kinds of FANP Y OCANDI.S
STRUPS, GUM DROPS, JUJUBE PASTE and SUGAR
ALMONDS, by team.
( SOLD LEVEE STREET,
0t.0t., St. * Loolo sod:. ;n,. N..Orl n
SOUTHERN DRY DOCK COMPANY,
No. 2O Crarondelet Street,
Betwoeon ammoono a Oro1r sbtret, pspI axSr
COTTON FACTORS, ETC..
SAERAND m C-AaoG
J. GARRARD, Vkk.O ,, A. F. CR1t.1C Orlo..
lENRY AMES, ED1A1 ARES,1, tt* Yew Crk ns
1TTIN FACTORS AND CONSISSION NRNCHAnJs
No. 1330 G nesr .tree(,
:fewOrlo. Ls,
TEWAJWT, GALHRRATH t a)It
ANDREW STEWART, Neo Orlsans-WMf. STEW....
W. B. GALBSEATII--JORN C. FIZER. Ns.iK
Cotton FscJr.s
ANPD
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. e unlon strmttNe Orledne
IAEBUNRATN, ST EWART * 40.
B. GALBREATH.-WM. STE WART-AN. C. SIZER
N.mphMs ANDREW STEWART, N. 0.).
r*le.nle Grrscr. and C.tte. N..8.q,
No. 324 Fsst i..8, NTmpCls., T5,..
SABUAML a uIIuw..
CO. 0. PARRAHM, f NewOIn.mt; BEVERLY BLUNT.
toIe~ eomm% M iAW Jl~
ITTON FACTORS, FOrI.WDING AND COMMISSION
MESCHARTa, ANDV, .BAUH&S'fr .SNe,
... Di. Camud.Lst Stwebt.-Pant NI..,.
New0*m.ri, Is.
`T03B.MAYzTaa w a CE.... ..-l
COTTON FACEORNI
Gaerii wavy en l~ere~aat
S18 POTOES S OtERS, N13W ORLEAIS, LA.
DTEON FACTORS AND C(J8158558N NETO5933
109 Poydrae rtreet, Nev, Orissa., LrP.
Liberal cub advaim amdi is 8dpaenht46 oyt, bonfli
C. Ls.sn Mo., H. V . FbNS, Sser&Co.
SHOOKS., MLADONAZD ,a m
AS. M. BROOKS-RUOR NACDON~iX'b- . Xu.
Cotten Ranter,
CONMINRION 'MER.C RANTS,..
10 Cossedelt rt.et, New Osssao.
Cash edvaacements madeon co~aepngnmemK ·
IASA CONNOLY t CO.-NO.'N 8 FOTDIRA
.1,588, New O .eans, L1VINOSEON, FOX A CO
K 88 LIbesty .s...; New Tory., -
5tto. Pactor. and, General CwmaddeP s
MerekaaUs.
Lieral Cub Advances made, Cotton and ot8er PS-s
onmigned to eml- oar Gi ed. u LivgrpaaI, - James- Cr
sly, John Fo, L.LfsingeE. B. Hurt.
NEWMAN a HUWPIIIIxNQZ/
L (EDWARD NEWMAN, 0eo. ECCEIEOrAN,)
JOTTON FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCHANT
No. 82 Carou~adat -4.eet,
N.., Om..snR, LA.
;AM DE HOW a 415,
lOTTON FACTORS AND CONMISSION MERCHANT.
isO 0mo. eiSs>.B an.. of -(aiSSWUUdel
BUTT. ELAH *: LYAO.
(CARY W. BETsu-N. IL&SU-iO-T. T.A. LYON..
Cotto Facteor, Ueaec.1 .
FORWARDIN G ERRCNAIS,
Cb.mer C..ond.i.i "sad U.i . RAW 051gm Nw!·.
Idbas.Isuh~dsa.c, .Sdeos..s..59,.amlgs.rcofdu
0,5.55., sashdv.p..al .tsoP o .dtge.. t neWn, .
Oman fee oods pomptly etnded to
LOWS * NESN3ON-(
ID. N. Lowe, B, Esnt.,111.,~aI.- k NIGNON
TIth W. A. jobasu Ao., RA Owm)
CO190N FACTORS,
Seaeral CaynS..Sa swebmat1
O8 UNION STRERN, NEW 051*535
Wa3.a. GUEnNE *r UHOes
IV 331*00.. SL 1mb-Vi. N 335
18S 88RANIUSS ?R*NW, RW OSENSER.
IL.e N.KRITS, N.., Ode..s: NI*RNL..
n.I.Ila,) RIft. ATKfINS. DUNRTIAK i CO SMý
..IA, oFiSd ..I
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ALOV.di. a ai 15U~kI, .AT 97 Sb1kNIT. Km.
0am ARUa, tuna ISieYboJ.
COTTON FACTORS 5359 CORNIpS8S A OCEATS ".
11501150 Le:
L(DWARD MA LLS ;* 00-:
COTTON FACTORS AND 'CONNIRBSIOR, ~M &T
No. 110 0omo~uIa tweqp. _
COTTON PACTOR AND COMMISSION NUtONANT'
N30.1 3 0raWIS. 5te~frt "`
CF MCAISoa 2.> i
MISCELLANEOU&,; ,
THOMAN T. BoLLEN.TIQ
PRODUCE" AND MEBCHANDmI .);A E&;
No. 74 Caroedelet Strees, New Orl..a..
JACOB OTT, OABPZNTB. -
SpoCIl .t10ition gl..l. to REPAIRING-.0 8PT0E.5 so
CISTERNS MADS AND REPAIRED.
-Oord.s lft at 6 TIpoRCiro4, or .&&U DUEANIU' nor
0100100.0 0. d 2tras strets. promptly attended to
-BOAT AND OASM -D PT.
1.A NAXE0 3.,1
Daft sly`9B(L.Q l. . t,
=,aO * . s A , O qos OW . 11 r-` i K . .
PpPI~QII "861"R. s ; n,. " . .·
STALLS ESOd. l ANDS 5, Xt:'aJ' 86+il
Shlptfv Mteamshtpn' atdMthas buOMi~l{·Ppll id
sad. thow poopa.0o fu01.10 l sd So '.,o:o
BrLLJAaD T TANLE !X ANUb I(V IT,7A GEPDEEE
Botwe.en Burgudy and Eoopost, rt.O -
. - '- ' NEkW OEi.EANS
Always on hond Marble mud Slat. BDd TABLE{.uIh h s..
oogh and Deckers' PATENT OCUSHIOS. Also all other
so ............... s r...,,.Md ..............tg
Soap Moornuol0..rap,
C ooboof St. A1ndrew and H.4 oward stm6 wOo e
05.c and e oom 110 0.0,1. e0.t.,oo000. Esop plugs
PAPER RAND STITIONEIBDT WuaomPI
No. 8601nd 10 C0MON SThEET. "
We ha In tortm l..og and .11,010. do* of Flog
Wrapping and Wril.,n Pap.., BSotationa, Blank Bock
Sohool ooks and 0anc7 Good,. Adoptedbo ohbmna
tradoe nd for Wleato.e.oonblep l,.
STEVRNS & SEVEOUS.
L. P. WALSEN a 6 0.-.
NEWSAPE ADVRTIINGAGNT~S.
Nos. /4 Main street 511e66 Neond0 street, ILodbpfl0. Ip
Ar. Agent. fo, al1 Newspapero In the United Stte06
British Provlnew.
T AE LANE COTTON MILLS.
These MILLS, which were built by me in 190, l ledlor
of Soothern ,.tOop110, are ogolo under my nOeutal: and I
am preparsd to supply the trade with COTTONITARNS Nos.
1's to 12'1, poohod in such proportions as may bordered,
and of th. quolity put op by mn prior t the wa0, which 0.
celled any er o8lred in this market.
Itl, 0k.nw, that whil tbeE. Milli ooo in 107 h."d ,,
4produt of the0 attitoed a reptatllio for superiority of
quoliy and fhllnos5 of wight-.uneqoolled by any 0000.
Yarns ofrored. This reputo tio, b bon. pro.titoted by
3 certa10 unprincipled partieC, oh ha0, nct.loplted to use my
name and brand, to cor1r an 000 eri0 o p1el0. aod 0 .rther
more, I lear0 Cwt 010 gia Yarns 1000,0 ae100 'P010n thib
markiet, as the product of my Mills.
To protect m,1elt and cIsumerol foo0 001bl0.00l000l40
he adopt1d0 a trade mark, which will, hereafter, be plo6.
on e 0,h ,?le of my YanOs, with the addition of my 00100tnr0 .
on10a0h pod labe. These Mill ha11 no0 0pbeS. 0OrderleLt
at l,. 31 Vol.0 street, will hbe 100010ty eoecuted.
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