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sYhA' ' LOUISIANA.
MMBER9, 1866.
., r shla t 561.1
r--You preb'ly didn't
when: he was on these
gafr he faekathat is pursoots
ae"%which it has been
* , or somebody, d s
i which a'nation's great
-PMa Wlyim's
It snenlt. pretty, and redily
t ents a cakea I'm tie only
I p dily. It is'troo, I once had a
hote 22 ersis onto "a child
of the measles. 0!" but as he in
aed churiues at theend of
erent didn't like it at all. The
t Wept afresh, assaulted my
aihe never felt so ridirklus in hls
tilhappy result was that -my
t forever, and went back
e 9 man.
saed of Iisoasp and re.
:f.ithva ery exofitedapiu
'iltls a edyeated eom
1ttciCa icttellecteooapeple.
(Tsoldfifty cakes of seap,
aRearethoey ofred me a
rn lS ngive toe te peer.'.
'niyin went ona He
ndestuorle tlatlewas ratlhe too
livillered. lb lbcb, eimyUncle
'mhimof trooth. He retired
o a lhnsaem oumptecyd o red
-one bce reelted on rathkr
e oed lanhih resined up
v tec4y ere the disarie
l her ohena of atd,
n le' , ane b~ut ino
mete elfc anrPenn ,
R he at Rh n" simply i
e o lat erie.e
ct t tos h ou' p e .the
' laen t he Graoaen la
wt.h ahis, phine outery
i ple.. ver thue world, e
ad I was ell' as rely
s fa of 'adr aola oe d we
dhppper ,wth ust eamoig
Osgyer indito Alexander
r every day afere din
6111a quiet nharcuter. I
g at- inn hriu' (you
atEy eay, and
"&m-ltl go dresable con
1o tutrs) gopee Io fat gifted
j lf cd yr andt
S.rtB atnuis and
pde'involved. 1
b ("irhel' "sof. w homo
easteomoe... sewsee name I t
enfnr peitial relins, as -
t " bel cbla~et Ilt! prem'nent
he Is the ale m
let.h) yI Cay bers
bae Cad alave
begood in 'em. In
Sinsoebnursief grief
r e tro, andyon epro
Ea. lncins'y a re oe e ay
t f flitelp as a real
O d eapraes simply Ia
a that. alone and unes.
pf ev'rt ouountrym enn, ,
Shmother'sea sid'al h
Ie6lt&imiela-whe n Iwe aI
anss; the mls'lls young.
;hncnu'tt oe ff h the plat I]
"td-wi .thishe toum and
t l sltlhikb obutoeds new
egrd wasn'tlnlln' over me.
pi OVelept hersIf in this
vryDrero over uinceto
SdId en tbi susslon jest
'they wIS Omplyed in sum e
-'rM i 'tgot no more
I sraaldone h f'em, Cs,
kndof i~eaderamug'em-a It
a o oun headhsre and
m war gecsof eyeor want
,ola ySepanes and Julius
l&e Ia I adIb Insch ccarse aen
asd 'hrlig wer-boop
4 p alid'aisd hby hisinnfa- o
hstrew all my pa
altlet . wild beats to.
Si0 ey an laen tg ari.
Sack there, thoe-I
Iaheard spoken of at -
O F ctm to Iedanja Sa
0 vtey agreeable in
Sof;min,, the cel. . tic
eaien. Wme ntook
d carfully traced I,
d.beug so down to
fonntryman, It tbe a.,
cC debate, said be
iimself, andhe '
4 i t him that I did so.
*t Ie', tond I am to write
li hin' two dayain ill
up negro slavery in
sEi L C lPýep r na' t the Green- I
Sf l v gard I tap
bask pact ef uur hends; bhlt C m
tin uhelIs ooay I ver pertook. I jd
see sead :and bring ita bohy. w
u sed Istens hene, dlnt i'r las
about larrick's fanvertI toy,
pnblidi nouses plated out ,
Pt. I was indoaced one ns
i . f Brltols, to visit -
i ade won't do, you' -
,Jv'-'a a WlAsn. sg
S -Such is the eleva
#,i ame both of 'am andd
a telnenfrequent below,
etb.o oountatin top. A
el thegood fortune to
81 ltorms. It was about
0 Upon tbe top of the
SCloudess. CBelo. us, how
0b otlcLth o h side of the
man lo-asedp dp s thick volh
Srollitg and winding along,
deep gens ahd gales io the
pAt heavy darkt lod oame oon
when the oaunter etrreats of
lng and whirlig aboutfor
e mass of vapor expaodd Ie
d literally hung, like a sue
Ib 6earhoeso m the atmos
ere.Th teradhollow and hoare,
te , ofa e ulo. FThe light
te tblg tne l of the on
Spong orlling scntellatione
wni y oaameeeuwe oiolblsa pou
d eet'bwa.'Ioly by an oecaO
le le ofa eleld .tI eelollowed by
Sa io at -the.a&e4ick beholder
d eoidgo ttrf'dI enieti'ef the sturm
eoean; the hias feet. The epeeta.
M -'Was 13U beyond B -liethino blot woo
pqp5en i es eotlotin, .nmeoch as the
o . of cority left ao place forth
.fko omfe s the story ef-. Pros.
rtap n, vioroly, thrashing a
)b . ssl'ek-ed the count, as the
oetoalnte~him.
odb eietPrbiaen ,, replied the
" arcedthe man; spoko well of tha
5fu by-,stiedere reestled to the
w ! oro; gtetly; "greatel
taaola . -ilropvplot sad: deatet,
ftle.fOeeglnne, in the Deponrt
teesoOiseet~ei,' France. to on
oeteik h.wilt oiet the
jefre Itte gn 3a ·poor free
uMACHINERY.
BLA DIAMOND STEEL WORKS,
SPITSBURG, PA.
PARK, BROTHER & CO.,
-NARWAmrammas or
I. AllDesiptions of Cast and Oersen Steel,
EQUAL TO ANT IMPORTED OR MANUFACTURED IN
THIG COUNTBT.
Beet quality Refined CAST TOOL STEEL; SPRING, MA.
CHINERY, PLOW, BHEET and SHEAR STEEL;
1 RAILROAD, SPRING and FROG STEEL; LOCOMO
'lIVE, AXLES, ORANK PINS, PISTON RODS, SLIDE
BARS, FI BOX and FLUE PLATE, eta
BrEP eh Warehouses
NO lad 4 ......BATTERY MARCH .....NO. 4 and
Betrwen MiLk and Broad streets,
BOSTON, MASS.
OLWER HUNT. Agent.
TINTER'S IMPROVED PORTABL LE
CIRCULAR SAW MILL,
-wm
"Laae's P 5atent get and Feed Works."
"We reSpetfnaIy call attention to our "IMPROVED
PORTABLE CIRCULAR STW MILL," with " LANE'S
PATENT SET AND FEED WORKS," Some of the particuS
laradvsatages aimld therefor being s. fllowas
lst.-Ths iaitnmcn ansad unerringly certain "eat" of the
log by themanattedingthe Sal whh a singie maian of Shb
had;auds sdscei bat once as simplep asective, and I. no
lawise subjact to brakasgaor derangement--the lg, o whatever
Iesajh, hbeing set at both ens at, one and the same iuthnt of
time by tle S Elar,' b aboave state; and an uuerrcug uni.
formty in atheIbnilckns of the pln thongat, isured.
Id-The aving saeeuread. not only in the numberI hands
emapsedhabouttnamsa, bas the sas.n of that whbch is of fat
m Rd patlaa.oe, to-wilt: i the orking time of themtl-
auaciestay lSSasrated perhaps. when lt ei stated that I the
'setting times" usasl reqlred by otlher mills, we are able to
"ruo back," " t.," and out another plank TThu wes are
enabled to autthes twenty feet planks (if requared) in a single
aiinatel aCaoatd for in pSrt by the fact that ithe saw is a
mostuceadingly e gaged (the "run-baIk- time exceptedl in
entirely o1vertedinto lumber
- S -Th. pWu aTah s "euangemant o the "Feed WorksS"
rIssb yle "asp" and arnd'rad tesr" alwaysincident to
tms usual belt 5rnsgssee is avcoided, and in lieu, a nstan
isassas "stal gan sad "t SSSOSpSngSbtitng Oy ofe.tll.
4th--TIe sbrstantlal and peret proportlones b the Sll.to.
with itsl le as.tlns a f Stee aw M.ae , ' Bstblt
al,.Self.Ol~lla and Salf-Adcustang Boxes," the d requent
cat-nsappports onas the arriags for the logd theuuaasual
bsealy ls-arsb, "ie among the other elauesb which particu
a oura Mi, n hidoh eas forailthe unall
h eraas eraesit.. we trat, to eeure for our
RblS Ib ts b qslltu.d, and all thss as.din anyibasae.
_ namely: bn examinati ssoore par.
S . Were, very. respecthllfyTE N
GenerallCommISSon Merchants. NOIa 4 Brodwaj nw Yrk.
'N. B..-"ILANE'S PATENT SE' WOR fS" applied
- nty~tuo r ote tMONROE t hFEDDINOTON
I . - - Agents. oratheabovsbe M11,
.. N. 63 Carondalet srest.
DOWDAIL HAIRRIS d CO..
S AbHINIGTON FOUNDRY.
" nag.."e` and Maehlne Shop,
=CORNER OF 4MOOND AND MORGAN STREETS, ST
LOUIS, RO.,
Masnubthsrers of
STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS.
SAW AND GRIST MILL MACHINERY,
CIcular Saw Millse, Quarts Mlle, TObacoc Screwa and
Prese, ILsrd Kettls, Screwsand Cylinders, Wool Carding
Machineas, Maley Saw Mills, etc., et., constantly on hand.
Agentsfor the sale of JAMES SMITH A CO.'S asuperior
sabhtae Catc.
W re prepared to receive orders for say of the above men
tIasd Malahnesy, eaS, and will furnish any information
desed LAMB, QUINLIN & CO., (
I0 Tehoaupltease treet.
NoTIOE-DAE EDWARDS,
Na.. 4S. [email protected] end 8 RNew Levee streo I'
Is S Nw OSarltj sts
orpr In l0Hne o0a Copper and Sheet Iron WorkB, Blabck
.smatbl and sBrs Founder and Finahsr. The longa esIta.
IShad .saa.ar of this house IS a sp sal.t s uan5 thast ansy 5
wemketrusted to him w s aslabromptytllyand aS e 9e.i Nd
D "MeGAN- It
IRON AND BRASSS FROIDER, IT
555505, 555 LSISSE, NOT"1 sDAS AS dUIbA STREETS, SNf
New Orlseans.
Otee--85 Fullon Street. 30
Hsuon hand at altime new and second-haad maehinery 5;
for httnboatsa, saw Mills and Supr Plantatitonas.
0Fs sula pand l pompt attention paid to SteamshpSand a
Btamboat n N D OSrar C.,
TEAM BOILER NNUFACTUREBR
,ow 1 smss Loaomonos., Fined dd Cylnde Bouse, 0e . Cl n
Bslen Fdi s Juss BoxSs, mad, at thes
Sahocrtest Nodss'
rWo raoeo.Welt ontracts f ....... anU:ouene
m uon ir-e ronts Grato Bar, Steam and Sssps IS,
FS, Val, e, hibmn ys and BreisahE all of which wlb
be tnshpd at the lowes tfondry prira.
At- 5wteeeutbdlat our a osb et WIBe l Sa gaaranteed
pqsal, poIdt wlsoakmashsip sanddmtl tosany in the city
PlFraa Merchants and sStaashp Agsata aes eespeesfally
iSlto.d ao oasasd examtne the work aBa pres at 115 FRO T
Htreut, batwr: tlqtre Denmlmw aud J!..t. 1
n S. vited to thlleaad a i ninec one wort ;P~pries: izFiR~t;
- Stree' betweeNotre Dame and Jella streets.
181 W ItOLDAQ .
t CONSULTING RENGINEBR AND DBRATSMAN.
S Plee eand Speeleoatoe mede for all kinds of Kehinery,
I SurveyJ e.llyi .i etel ted and peettltea eetieto eforth the
P eondttieo and reqeirenmet o the Hulls and e Mertery
l sef temahlpe and Steambolat will be promptly trMlsehet
SPatree eontemplating the purebh e of Snteamships and Sieea;
'S botae would do well o have them examined before hbyin
Novelty Iron Works,
omer Deloa d and Ne w Leeeeee sle,
t aNew Orlwam c
.It S .& PE RE IRD ON FOISL N]HT
R 108 OGid street, New Orlenc
S(JOHN GEDDES-FOS. A. SHASPEBARE-.8. SWOOP
k .eddes, whak Tpeare Sd Co.,
S Ireen md Bras. Peiere antd Mahctinlsts, meneeturet eve
D earle of Steam Engines. ear Milles, Draulning Mhinesb
MIl sa Gin Gerinsg Grate s, tore Pronte , Columnt s
B Sapnh Weigha, etc. ekemlths Work n f all eind.
TZOIICS B O. HOSILEY * 0O..
IO. 9PERDDO STREET, (Adjoining Mesonie BEUding
0 7Orlo o.0 18 e.ite eea ser, to CeeeLtha.
8i IRBULAR SAW MILLS, STATIONARy AND
POETABLE STEAM ENGINES,
eirtensle Oeole-tt Mll and Muleta aw; Coont Mille; Wb
Ls e.iot Bolting Apperaths; Shtbtng PlllOe atd Beltlng,
"All ee terlp f P"llF8ntellp Hlllhierey acOd Aerlelteur
ImIeplemets,.
Wetepomrnel, R.i ,.!1e fellpply of
i CAE oARTS, PLANTATION AD ROAD WAI8iC
Timber Wboeeibt ad Wteelbeearws frmthe well known fictor.e
o JoshuaBodley, Wbheellng, Vi.
We ha ceennetion with exteslve Foundriee and dheel)t
hp abeeiLbe. LL, lodvl'e,N0neclentle and lPittburg, throtgh
wehh we er prepared to tesitct fiei shy elass of iutaClnery
n mot lb7etble frm., eand delaer etywere. north oa .ew
ftBitdes frees ft.iefht. THOS. B. BODLEY A CO.
9 SUIIIIER RESORTS.
THE NEW WATEBING PLACE-
GRAND IDLE HOTEL,
The neew adl etetan passenge r steamer eSAN NICOLAS,
Hr7ye muster, wsil leae the head ef Harvey's Canal, oposite
dtack L.udIl, Llaiatlsia Avenue, EVRY¥ SATURDaY and
TUESDY, at 3 o'elo'et, . x., for DGrand Isle liotel, Ferti v.
t- t~ton, Baratara and intermediate ladlins, end retunl..
.1 u lDAYai THUtSDAYeveningt; a dellgtfultrlp througe
lakes and bays to the sea shore.
r, Fare t the es shore meals inelud ...eed.. ... .51
A he iHotel is now open an ready lor the ereeptlne of vlsetore,
0 tth~tl the reqisiteslaed comeort of a Vrsehiss hotel, ofber
einthe ltee aduta.a of rf bathieng, tfine fishing batiefgan
it other smuee n of Cth s t eeienee biele surrounded by mugnl
le eeentllt.oak groves, ltine aemple shadeand a pleesait re
treat during the heat at the day.
RAT.S-Beard, par weekS, bl Transenttboarderb., day, S,
SA. MAIIGOUT JOLLY PropLietor.
H. ARVEY & MoMAHOi , A-tne. .i6 t. OIbares t ltreet. _
SOCEA'N SPIINGS HOTEIL-
SThe subscriber respectfully Informs the public that thle
id Populr plce of Summer Resoert is NOW OPEN for the re
0- eeptuoet Guests.
Ta- Taee ommodatins whith he is prepared to rfte to the
e, publleeee ttt utrpieed by those of any Watering Pacet Hotel
it- In the countTry, and his TABLE l SUPPLIED WITH
, EVERY DELICACY of the plta sad season.
te In thel medletevleinityoftheOcean Springs HIotel theeree
0
3by ullhkr se kihalebette Springe.
Which h areeeeebrated for medcilal poperties. Ieeltds wtll
Stberenorendthfi piae bts ol peeulitr edemtagee, et they
1e el have ea or Mineralt BATHS, it well i the best finhint
o fieltiee on the tCot.
TERMS-Willbe ery moderte for t mll ee engaging room
0r theseason. T.C. SCARBOROUGtH
s- COOPERt WELL
a DAILY EXPRESS LINE.
he SPEED COMIORTI SAPETYI
Se Shortest and Quceteet Rloute to Ceooper'e
Avell.
ib runnlng from Be rm Stetlen, on the New Orleest Jackhon
and Uteat Northern RCilroad Lto ttper's Weil au Raeveende
he ,reaotn tghere elbthtedelly line leeellg from Raymene d te
Bneeon' e attta-o. ne the ou ,ther RaliromL Tls Illee wilt or.
negh tr..eportl atIon for psleee baggege, eeprese pieklaet
or eemercanediee, on tthe trril of the moreilg trn (lrota aC 1
teon and the evenngtrain from Noew Orhlae, rad is •le short.
eet reid to the Well by etreecel eltes. Men re eoeeaeattle er
plted torepatlrtheroad, ad theprprorietorsof the Iee teode
t wndl byrotet road, etolek edeomftrtable oaelane.y.
t, make it the .rteei and mest pleasant routee t the Well Foi
pteee f whieh we refer ttrltmINeretedlto eI NA WltrLAMe ,
e of th Well etrtie l wishing to takte the river roeute C
oie Well, byw t Vit e tebuer, w fileel at Clintoe, MiOir.,t
eonthe Suthernee airoae , a brooch of this lee teetru,0i
the We'l, wheb h Ies td rtheet crete he rmlelslle ety or e
ke Sthgera ehieaird. W.B. M.cL cLAN A CO Aentesl
C. CAVEROt, & CO.
SC CAVAROC C CO.
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 110 Royal street,
NEW ORLEANS.
LIBERAL ADVANCES
Made on conigmoutsof cotton and other products, to our
friends In
LIVERPOOL, HAYRE AND BORDEAUX.
C. CAVAROC A CO.,
No. 116 Royal street.
SCRANGE ON SIGHT AND ON TIME
At the onvnenieNce of buyerL-, en te following amd ct ies :
PARIS,
AMIENS.
ANGOULEME,
AGEN,
ARRAS,
AUCH, -
AURILLAC,
ALENCION,
BAYONNE, "
BtR ST.
BAR-LE-DUO,
BESANCON,
BLAYE,
LOITS,
BEACVATS,
BOU LOGNE,
BORDEAU X,
C.E N,
CARCASONNE,
CLERSIONT-FERRAND,
CHARLLVILLE,
CA.TELNAUDARY
CARORS,
CARS. ES,
CH ALONS SUR-MSARNE,
DUNKERUQE,
DIEPPE,
ELBEUF,
ORENOBLE,
GRAY,
IAVrE,
LAVAL,
LILLE,
LIMOGES,
LIBOURNE,
LORIENT,
MARSEI ~EES,
MULHOUSE,
MBANS (LE)
MONTPELLIER,
NANTES,,
NANCY,
NARBONNE,
ORLEANS,
PAU,
PERIGUEEUX,
PUY (LE)
PERPIGNAN,
QUIMPER,
ROUENS,
REIMP,
RODEZ,
ROCHELLE (LA)
RENNES,
ROCHEFORT,
ROANNE,
STRASBURG,
ST. ETIENNE,
ST. QUENTIN,
SAtIE R,
TOULOUSE,
TARBES,
and
TOURS.
Forsale by C CAVAROC & CO.,
FINE WINES
(FROM THE HOUSE OF SEIGNOURET BROTHERS,
BORDEAUX.)
In0 bbi,. RED WINE--Chatea Dillon--dierent qualities.
100 } do. do. do. du. do.
5t0byxes do. do. do. do.
150 do. do. ChateNu Terrefrt, do. do.
100 do. do. do. Tlbct.
50 do. do. do. Laftte.
s0 do. do. do. LaroNe.
30 do. do. do, Margaux .
15 do. do. do. LIeovlle.
125 do. do. St. JalieS.
1RI do. WHITE WINE-Sauterne.
30 do. do. Brssac.
30 do. do. BeauNe.
10 do. do. Chateau quem.
For sale by C. CAVAROC B CO.,
No. 116 Royal street.
It. 16 Rosal street.
RED WINE IN OCAES
2,l00 cIses RED WINE, St. Lombes and St. Eulalie,
in store and for sale by . CAVAROC.,
No. 116 Royal street.
RED WINE IN BARRELS-
10m barrrelos ED WINE, good ordinary, in store and
forsale by C. CAVAROC & CO.,
No. 116 ERoyal street.
seROU .ILLn..A.....C O
40 barrels RED WINE--RooosIllon, very stout.
20 do. do. Cahors, do
In store and for sale by C. CAVAROC & CO.,
No. 116 Royal street.
BU$IRGUNDY WINE
30 cases Chambertin, Clos Vougeot, RomanCe, Nuit.,
malrked Ch. Morey & Co., LIgler Belair, in store and for
sale by C. CAVAROC & CO.,
No. 11 Royal street
J. PLAGNIOL'S OLIVE OIL-
2000 cases OLIVE OIL-J. PIganiol-large and tall
bottles, in storo and for sale by
C. CAVAROC & CO.,
No 11 RtoAy street.
SARDINES. ................ARDIn ES.
500 otest--?t nto in, Lotes--SARDINES IN OIL,
marked lBode, Sbo el ole, l'b. Ledlntec, in sc,,re and for
ale by C. CAVA RO & Co.,
No. 16i Ropaly tret.
Ea UX-s . I . F ... E.1.. E X-I E.VI E.
o quarts Coocqi, Father & So n, 1o0al
e) ihb1ths do. do. do.
25 ouarots Achlllc Pert, 1010.
20 eirht,t do. do.
2N quarts J. A. ilutrin, Ii..
tO ioghths lo. do.
50 ttoarts Borel.
In store, and under keys of the r.l'son m.,e- flar sale by
No. 1ih Royal o tret.
PHOTOGRA PHIIY.
1 7 Ao T O IA P E G O O DS A N SI A LU II 1a
. .r BLESSING,
IU Catmn1 SoTmn,
Whitl ate d Rtoalsil Dealer in
PNOTOCRAPHICAL INSTRUMENTS,
PHOTSSRAPHIC MATERIALS,
PHOTOGRAPHIC ALBUMS AND FILOES,
PIIOTOIORAPHS OF CELERITIESI E1O
Would lll specal attention to hli new and splendid stookd o
lbms and Bible Album, which he is ,llinh at REDUCEL
PRICES. His stock comprises all .les, kinds and Iquallttl
tocluding the tATENT RINGE BACKS, whloh, for dtrabi lity
PHOTOGRAPHS of all tthe dtntras Cews sf the City,
Pand fany nobjtoth in Streat vriety, plain ant colored,
PHOTORAPHERI city atnd counotry, supplied with etvr
rticle uotd in their bsiness, alwt lo t marketo rates.
Send tor OfCrttt ihthito l
THE "TEXAS REPUBLICAN.," IA.R
SIIALL, TEXAS,
tiras the most flattering indteementt to ADVERTISERS, as
it circulates in tte most extensive and finest Cotton portion
of thie Southerncottry
Theo paper was establibshed Itn IMay, 1091, and hOs been con.
tinuouly issued from thlat period to the present. It was pub.
lithedthroughout ttle war. Its circulation is princlpallyover
EastTexas, but is taken at all theo principal points in Wstt
Texas and North Loulolaiua.
It has, been Ircognised for years as o one the leading papers
of tile Stlate, and has etnjoyedi n a remarkable degree the et.l
dence of the petople.
Tilhe termol of Adverotisg tr afollows: Persqnnre, ofeioht
lines orto,,. Sl. Standig advertisementst per square, for one
year1. 1 r; oo six oolths, ItU; threemontls, .o . Siubscription
to theo paper, $4 per annum. R. W. LOUGiIERY
EItlttrtnd Prepr}etor
I[E 110551001 BANN\ER IS iPUBLtIIED
Sweekly at Bellevue Bolssier prsh L. at tt lollotloi
terms :
SubsOrlptiont, $4 per annum, invariably in advance.
IBolones and professional cardso of one tqrl, a eight
lines, $15t two squtret, t$25;0requareso $3i5; quarter of a
colno., $45; half column, $65; whole colmn, $100.
TIlE BINNER
is te only paper papl pished in the Iartsh of Bosler, has a
large irculatilon, and it consequently a good advertiing me.
the country in which it is published anod oiroolaoed does a large
business witlothe city. Addres,
W. II. SCANLOND,
Editor and Proprietor Rosoier Banner. Bellevue. Lo.
T 'K`OPELO VSAS CO1IIER
SOPELOUSAS, LA.
PIbl lhea on'Sltturd.l", by Joel I. Sttdoz.
COND1TIONS:
Sesccrvlto.--Four dollnars p'er yr par01 ble 0 n avnoeoo or
A tobscobthmý 'ng 011o olol, titue ou, gca ,L t0en01
tic"o ttoohitoleet and sette p atl ore traotea and 00 0 u0
seriptila will be ,t ,ppeI t ntil all ari...rnges urn pl,!id, uulc.
o' opol ot o tt t0e000000
Eligt lines t itioluta qc era
All oloort!'emeu`' ,ant m 6"o r t o ,oo iicn o 1ol 1 ht inOoooolol 00
I $Looodlototot 000000 0:icrj w00 1 1011 01104 dolloot o loC. I
i rvaacg they .t 10;0 Lbeoatu
INSURANCE.
MERCHANTS' MUTUAL ImsvURANso
COMPANY.
TWELFTH ANNUAL STATIMENT.
r In conformity with the requirements of the Charts
Company publish the followlng statement:
Premiums received durng the year ending 31.t Nay, 186, in.
eludng unearned premiums of the previous year:
On Fire R s s ........ .....................$ 4,165 6
O Rier Rik.............................. 471,133 02
On ari Risks ............................ 347,25260
Tol Premiums ....................... 1,7 22
Less Premiums Unearned on the 31st May,
318 0. .................................. 231,31500
$1,633,23323
Returned Premiums ........................ 36,169 59
Net Earned Premiums 31st say, 1866...... $1.5182039 61
Loses paid during the yyer:
O Fie 2isk2 .................. 202 ,92 163,
On rine Risks ............... 3il,522 3
803.832 83
Taxes .................... ...... 3,33 417
Rennsurance and Prqit and
Lnass ....................... 175,9S 59
T and 15 a cent. return, ..... 70,203 76-51,0,1033
m6f1226 23
Add terst less Expenses ............ .. 027
etPro ................. . 31
Net Earned Prem2i2s 31,2 3.,y, 1270.... 32,513,309 3.
Less Unount en which !s or 15 per cent have
been Returned ..........................$ 527,1085 00
Am nt Parti! Eg In Prt ............ $ 21120.
The Compnny hae the fol :rowing Asse2s:
Ca. onIa3 d ........ ............ . $ 268,332 9t
eM Estatse ..................................47,' l7.170l
City Bonds ............ .....*- ....... _. .... 93.4401 W
Oa ight Stock ............................. 5,10 00
Noteis Secured by ortgage ........f......... ,boo 71
Nol Scured by Ple2 g ................. 54,387 50
Baonk Stocks ............................... 170.y 00 O1
Bills Receivable ................. ...... 119,197 44
Premiums in Course of Collection.......... 119,_206 S5
cripof utualCopanies ................ . 45,7J0 00t
Louisiana State Bonds ....... ............ . 1,500 W
Stock Lve Steam Cottn Pressl .. .. ... 000
Yallette Dry Dock CompaRy ..............4... 375 Bu
Lesm Unclaimed Interest due on $1,6h 0883
cripts ...... ........... .r $ 13d,378
Interest payable in July next
on all Outstanding Scritpts. 4,1639 39
5 83,5444
Scrip of 1959 Redeemable in
July Next .................5195,663 00
Unearned Premiums on 32 st
May, 1866..................$31,315 00-$ 502,52 44
Not Asets .................:............ $1,101,562 91
STATE OF LOPISIANA.
Parish of Orleans, City 22 New Orleans. 3
Be it r2memhered, that on the 5th day of June, 386, before
me, the undersigned, a Justice of the Peace, in and for the
parish sforesaid, personally came and appeared John Pember.
ton, President, and Paul 2ourchy, Secretary el the Merchant,'
M3tual Insurance Company of New Orleans, who h24g d6l3y
sMom acordingto atea, did depo22 and say, that the alo3e
statement is a aunt, true and correct transcript from the book,
of the Company.
JOHN PEMBERTO.3 , President.
PAUL FO3RCHY, Secretary.
Sworn to and subscribed before ms this 5th day of June, 266.
PAUL W, COLLENS,
1hid 3Ju5tc, of the Pe2ee.
At a meeting of the Board of Directors held on the - day
of June, 1366,3it was resolved to declare a Scrip Dividend l
Forty PerCent. on ths Net Earned Participating Premiums
for the year ending on the 31st day of 2ay, 12866, for which 3er
tlc8ate1 wll be issued on and after tbeflrst day of August next,
Also to pay on and after the second Mo2da2 in July next, the
bslane due on Scrip issue of 1858, and six per cent. interest in
Common Curreney on all-outstanding Scrips of the Company.
DIK.:CTORS:
Ed. Dnpas3er, John Pemberton, David M0Coard,
P. 3Mapero, PerrePout3,, S.3Z..3lf,
L. F. Generes, 22 . PLg, J.J. Fernandes,
J. Morgan altl, Chas. aer3y.
0. Morg.. n Hall, Chaso. Saory.
CITIZENS' MUTUAL INSUWANCE CO.
O08FCE, No. S CARONDELET STREET.
Amount of Premlaml for the year 180 ............ $20,811
Amount of Asets of the Company ... . 0,0005
Tbhe oard of Truotee have resolvedto pay so per h ent. hi.
Ltest on the outstanding oertifiate. of scrlp, on and after tbh
second Monday of Febr.ary, 180066, and hove, furtho, deolared
a scrip dividend of twonty-flve per net.
J. Lorber, J3. A. WhIt.,
£.H D'M10., P. Matheb,
Ao. Mltenberger, J. Lemooo,
A. Bidaolt, T. Avendano,
J. Lmole, I Grand,
Jn. Gstchs, A. VerlooDegroy,
Omer GalBlar,
OMER GAILLARD, Preoldent
Hr. CAranoo,. Secretsry.
OUISIANA MUTUAL INSURANCE
COMPANY,
Corner of Camp and Gravler street,
TWELFTH ANNUAL STATEMENT.
In conformity with the requirements of their charter, the
Company publlsh the following statement :
Total premiums for the year ending February 28,
1806....... ............................. ..... 3 $ 43,549 61
Vi.-FirePremi ............................ 35 48
Marine Premims ....... .... 156,702 71
Blver Premiums ........... ....... 380,61 5
. 0519SS 6
Les Unearned remiums .............. 51,8r0 W
$55.484 3
n et Earned PreS ns .. .................... 584,061
Fire Losses. .................... f $" ,34 .. ,i
Marine oe .................... 131,66 92
River Lo ses ..................... 815,1J 84
1011,233 38
Relnsraneeso ................... 58,24.14
Oeneral oofpbene, Tosee. Ioterest e d
3rof6t and osa....................... i....10,913 13
694,0485 7
Net Profites ......................... 24..." 015$ f
The 0ompoay ha2 e the ollowing assets :
Invested In Real Estate............................ $7,663 6
Invested In Mortgage i Real E Ltate .............. 6,62
Invested in City ndother onds ............. 101,33( 0
Iveted in Bunk tok ........................ 105,18 11 I
Ioneted I J Srip of I toonce CoPaole ........ 119,44 0
Loaned Pldges .... .................. 18.450) d(
dill Rofbivtbl.e ...................$3.r 55,204 ii
Premium in coursoe of Coletto.................. 167,961
oasho a hand...................................5....,14i 9 i 1
$877,23 .
The be"e statement is a just, true and correct traserip
fr.m the books of the Company.
CHARLES BRIGGS, President,
J. P. Roos, Secretary.
STATE OF LOrUISIANA,
PARISJ on ORE Oa So, Ctel OI NWos O.10 S.
Pworn to and osubsribed before me, this B2th day of arleh
1810. 0ED 1OND MEUNIER,
'T1rd Jostice of the Peace for the Porieh of Orleans
The Board of Tros'ees have resolved to declsre a Scrip div
dend of thbrty-fiSe per cen, on the net earned participatitg
premium, for they ear ending 29th Fembruary, 18, f7r whist
certiticatea will be Issued on and after the 2d day of Jul
The Scrip Certlfcates issueod for the year 160 w1ll be r1.
deemed, also a;o per cent. interest on all emt!ttndig Cortitf
cate. of Scrip will be paid on the seo..d Monday of i.
G186, to the holders thereof, or their legaH repreOenotat es.
CHARLES BRIG0S, PrtUideot.
. P, Ro, Secretary. A. CARRIEE, Ve Predet.
Bharles Brsggs, Archibald Montgomery
Ant. Carriere, oHenry J. eVo,
Geotrge A. Fodlck, Jas. Jackson,
Maeoo. ilcher, E. oMarque,
R. Brugter, Alfred Dolhonde,
E. Cromor, Charles W1.ha1ar,
Charle, LOttse, A. Laourto
John 8. oauebsl, T Frank Wili8amS,
P. Anderson, Thomaa. Byrne,
Allred Keenoy, Johb IThoorhill,
A. R. Slotgoomery, W.A. Vtolott,
A. Freriohs, D. Plaogol,
A. P. Noblom, Hugh MgDbolh4 ,
George W. Dnoobo, Harlow J. Phelps,
E. F. Stocktneer, Win. M1. riolkard.
GeO.rge W. oynoe, Henry H. Bryan,
8. L. Woodhridhte
OILLIARD TABLE MANUFACTCRE
10 8t. Anon Street,
Between Burgundy and Ramipart streete,
NEW ORLEA51S
.Awys on baud Mlarble 0ad Slato Bed TABLES0 , woiob 0 o .,
",tb a0d Deheros' PATENT EUSOlONS". A6s6 .Il .,:l
otclen his line.
i Ii L fA1'J( . E
N EW INSUJIANCE AQENCY
L. C. NORVELL & Co.,
L C. NORVELL, SemphEI-RICRD. POWER, New Orleans
Bepreenthu3. .. .U1U,880,000.
CORNER GRAVIER AND CARONDELET STS.
SEW ORLEANS.
COMYR13ING PnE FOLLOWINGL WELL KNOWN AND RELIABLE
MERCANTILE MUTUAL INSURANCE CO.,
No, n Wall stFreet, New York.
ASSETS MAY Ist, 156,........... . SO. R1OOOo0
ORGANIZED APRIL, 1511.
The Oompnny lint paid to iRr cent",msrI n o Itbd pre,-,
time, Lord rl ilmlnt ln toOl- L ETil 2 ILLION OF
DOLLARES. For too pa., mar yeSrI the (;sh Sividend- pxiJ
t0o .TSifEld,,,,made F,,ta one thud ý1 the ot "i rUii, IFS
amouned to tgrcl i, to(6NI,. HUNRLD AN
TXcSN rl TXn (F. A I HAL PES' rED erN .
Iinar ad 1l of -slog a drop dirt.lirul to ud.llrra, ba-,d pn the
principl FF'F*FFFll cl FFFI rira a Fe eiiullc Ilo~tabie, tFTF
Compioo ill horeatter make u suh c~lali ,liniuuieu- or di~ouotil
fu thacsrrcut ra~cr, mhen 1 Ilrnieu ma ore poutl, *b the ooieral
niperlona o mntrarx rirrn x·Il w.rrut an~d the letr pnEtr
1-Viningat the ud of te year it be dvided t the torkg
ho~dera
' Thi, l; ,mpang eaqtinnoa t I make Inanrancvn it , la-ine and
Inland SH-i titi u , f: inirualt initl I it ak o i~e Inoil
tavorehle I rma, lurc:[irubg Hieke ern IleiL! a tle f ail It'-u
xnd liel~hL.
Yýýlii·:e i i"" eel rc~k-in !oet~ plahhe in nui d o:; Cnire lnrv. et
t!SF 0llla nRF TFRFFFcF'F. S r iK Sbto , SF th lb,, of
Calo2FF, .,,Fo. ,4FCu. , i .M o.Frr d,,o o
ESLSoOS WALTER, Sre,:dent.
(:UaS HI 3I H, B.''ir Pl,idnnt.
C .1. ASFFCFI.I,
C. J. DESTARs, rewey.
METROPOTiTAN INShUSANCE COMPINS
108 and 110 13roaldrroy.
NEW YORK. JANF'AI 1.2:!, FI'
Your f atfetinn is reipect Illr In invi I r:ed ot~ tofboin,: -".lrp
moot o [ he Ilperatooa el' 'j- LlVowjipll) daring the poe).Lt year,,
nt l oc it, oreamt con~lditin.ll
SEErh AT-OF, OOooFFg ONE MIILLIOFS SEVEN IF'SN
DIRED TIIEEFFS.\ND DI ILLARS, and t0.1 ice T.1lr rtpezi
earo n fu the conduct of a Urnnntl iB~nra re Rosins-"., the 1:I1III
OFIFT SR iftiy to tFY e 5, SF,, POFFliF I'F0Fo g t iO
505FFa of OCEAN ad IN SAND NARFGATIOS n ,d 15ISE
Tho So·ard of Direeto,, have ibis doer rralolsgdto pay n liir
dead lof SIX PRK' NEWF. on the Ioltltand-ll t o 11. cater of
at'rotitr to the Rolder"n f oreof or t heir :e7·l relreaentitve-,r onI
nd a litrr the 5th oPI ]iamb nest; Inn x rlviJ eud of l+1'E 1'IK
~1SL.. on the Uupital Stock o 11* ('ompllrinS pnrn~l¢ in Ca*II
on demanld; also dlvitlend or N'1'tl.T FIL PEI( PENT
1n Scrip on thre nei earned Yoirti, iladlltine " 'rcwiillnl of thle Co.l
play for tbs pear It705. fr which Ccertlllcatra will be issued oil
antd alter the 2d day of Apil nest.
JAMES LrORI.IOR UI(AIIA )t, 'reeldent,
IOBERT dl (;:. (iRALIA V. Vice Pic-ldent.
JA YES LURING )KAUAM, Ja, 2d Pirce Pree't.
H. H. PORTER, N¢, O s~y.
ELLIOW R OBBINS, Oneini Agent.
WASHINGTON INSURANCE COMPANY,~
112 Broadway, cot. MIalden Lane,
NEW YORK, Feb. 2. 1006
CASH CAPITAL ............... ........__......&400,000
Aaeets, February~1 1, 1(4
U.S. and StatBande, market '"loo ..............S 266e.713 0
Bond- nlid Mortgagee ............... 129;:45 &I1
Demand Leo , ......... . ....... 19.8;7
Cash on baud and ( thebnde ofAgent......... 9
Lmnpid Premiums............ .... ¢ cwt o
Scott.. . . . . . . 4' ,9x' 9
UL'etlGLo ooes... $715.023 07
CapitRal nd Sprplon $.........6 0..........$60
A dividend of Si. rcent is ths day declared, layable o
demand, in UarSh, toin EekhoEders.
Als o an interest divdend oI, Ri- per cent. on oullttading
crip, payable 1th Ma7r, ", (0 Coh.
Also,. Scrin dividondol t' Twnty per cent. on to0e Eoed
0he003r or-ding 37,0 Jo'o.oryp, B Tlie Ser~p t- Un re0711
for Salvary on aood After oI 0r07 . luoo, u.n
TEO. N. sATTERLEE PTesE,nt,
HENRY WESTON, Vce President.
e are no prepared to isue OPEN aH d SPECIAL POLTl
CIE8 against tho
Perll of Fire, B River and Ocean,
From New Orleans to Ports urand Plesin the 31 uied.'atep.
ald lce verIsa. AGeo sand from New rla.nms to Pu: or
Ports in outh Amorica or Europe, upon the
MOST FAVORABLE TERMS,
and will pay all Losesin New Orlean. And frm o nr ,n
and extensive lcorrespondence and acquaintunee in u.k city
She. by loe attntion to buness to merit and Lta
Liner a Patronage.
We most respectfully Invite a conference with all peronns
needing oIonsurance1 being 0l"de that we can make it their
advantage to patronize tills Agency.
We are, very respectfully
L. C. NORVEOL & CO.,
NO. 34 CARONDELET STREET, CORNER GRAIE R.
OFFICE OF THE CO1IXERCRIAL
LNSURANCE COMPTANY OF NEW ORLEANS,
So. 11 Commerclal Place.
AUGUST 20, 17.C.
This Companyi, nowprepared to toke FIRE, MARINE
oand INLAND TRANSPORTATION RISKS, on the most
Fa crable Terms.
8. B. BURLCKNE President.
W. J. FRIERSpON, V70-Pre it.ct.
GED. o. SWEET, Secretary.
R.TK. WnLkoer, Iesaa GSher, eo. G . Garner,
John G. Parham, L.J. Websoter, J.J.larlen,
. II. Fairchild, E.C. Rolach, E, H. Wi0 on,
J. H. Ogle7by,, J.hn D. Adam, Robert L. Adams,
S. L. Wooldridge, . MW. Adam W. W. Newt7,,
N. T. ThaxtTo, W.J. Friotion, T.T.A. Lyn,
W. H. Ilenon, E.A.t.or0ke. S. . lo7ne0r,
D. P. L,,gon, A.. BoR7ortf, , dgar Steel.
OFFICE OF TIIHE A Tl' ANTI( I[S\ L K.
#ANCE CON'IMANY UP NEW (1RLEEANS, No. 1':
nsraler street, betwren uamp it i1 St. Cht lele- street,. July v
0iAb' ts u pny nu,. proi epared IT , A T kI FIo E
Bi.0RINe. RIbER AND LNLAD .IRANS.'.OR'TATIdOh
RISlb, ,n tlt e mu .t f. vo,,tr ..t;:" Is .
EDWARoD RI.NEV, Pro.ideao.o
W1. P. 'ELLOO7 7 .. e7 p,.vs dent.
II. Y. JAN LKR, 2ecr:try. F
N-ATIONAL MAURINE 1I) "FI20114
IN.GUANCE COMPANY, OF NEW ORLEANS.
Captal ...................... .. 500,000 00.
S n3et .................................. .I.0. 55 96.
Insureo oaginat FIRE, the P'erlo 77 the SEA, nod INLAND
NAVIGATiON.
J. .. Co7rt3nay, A. ,. MNlnoeld, 0. C. Enly,
lGe. . lr De-7l op S opencer, Fied, Lou, . S-'ho:ioer,
77. W. GCri7in, J. F.0. rinlat, D. C. ncp oan,
,has. W. Lewis, o. W. t Cnhra.7ne. P
J. M. CfUKTENAYr PresiRdent
LOUI: 0 0:,7EI)nEL0, 00c V Prnl t rat
LOUIS C. D'HOl0 GUE, t ecretary.
'hso Comany otlntinpe to~ allow 0 dle2,onot of TWENTY.
FIYE O'ER" fNT. C2ASII to ins CUSTUMERS0.
OFF027E:
S EYENTLENTI A30% CAL T1ATIEMET' I A
CRESCENT MUTUALINSUJRANCE COMPANY.
NEW ORLEANS, MAA 22, 070.I
ihe Tru3tees, 7 0onformity0 w3th7 the Cherter, onbmlt the
olowl0ng statement of the ffairs of tle Company on th0 30th
day ol April, 0170:
ire Premiums .................... $392.134 71
larine '" .......................... 120,305 II
river " ......................8.. 400,79 59
--$1,----120278945
Amount of Earned Premies.......... 936,461 40
LRseo pai d and estimated:
Fire Losses .......................... $ 21,492 06
Marine Loses....................... 79046 5
River Lo7 ses........................2... 9.243 3
Paid dieouut inlieu of o cri........... 79,762 57
Paid Taxes .......................... 35,.'_' 34 e
aold ri7surance0 .................. 61,207 21
Profit and Lo0s,.Interest, General E.
peoses, Stamps, lots Disconr o etc..... I7,11G6 60
Ne Pro t ..... ..................... $2l 751 23
Amounuo 3' Pfremhlms to poaricipatein
Se0p, DI,ide7 d ....................... $7 04,77 0)
The Company have the tfolowing Assets:
Notes 7ecrd by mo7rtgages ...........:.. ... .$ 45 $U
Logns on pledge of stocks ....................... . 89,99t 49
Bills Receivable ................... 07. 1,153 5
Real v Et s te ................................. ...... 60.0 ) w ' i
Svestee in Caoldalted and Cit) Bonds.......... 70,f1OI I
Inuveted in Bak Stocks ...........................0 99032 0
For7i3o aod Domeotic Scrip sd Scrip Acoout.... 15,253 ,)
Vallette )rry Dock Company ..................... 1,875 (01
Due or premi7ms in ouro f collection........... 103,69 1
C hon h d ........................................ 5 ,4:0 2
The Company wll pay nterest at t6 pr cont. in cash on a
ts Outrton.dig Certifcatesof o crip to the legal holders therep
,IN pu and alter thle second Mondayo oi July aest. 0
'Th!e Board of Trustees have also declared a Scrip DP/ideud of
sl[TT per cent. on the ealrned l',.emmms entitled to p -'iips
iI70,r t tle year ending A pr.l 07. 7566; for whic!, certi3ecate7
,vtll be issued cn anti airt the first .lVeuday In Aurust nest.
TOOMAS A. ADAM-O, Pro..odOnt.
SAMUEL I0. KENNEDY, V7ca i'rs;do7t, .
Hlopo- V. O02003 Secretary,
Trlu1t Pte :
Theo A. Adam.s S.2.7,.i 77. 2tor.o,0,
U T BuddR . ho. 7o . eJ J Slouno
s.o,.:ol N2e.0... a.:hi'l,.
e. Hi. ],' v, 'rt "l,,irds,
J. T71.r,.o 77, A. ;. Ol,d,
AT g7.o.o, AS. 70. o,2log,
NEW YO RK.
CARIta GEs ...s.... .......oAnRIAsaa.
NO DIG PROFITS-NO DULL TRADE
EIght H, ndred for Sale
C. WITTY'S CARRIAGC WAlEROOIMS,
31, G36 anlld 63 Brondway; 166, 168 and 170 Cr(mby 8treot.
Clk.e, 6:3. Braadway, New YTrk,
REFEIT NCbS.
E. FULTION', New Orh, ',
B. I. AN.5, New Orhl n I, La.
ABRAII l[ & I LD'.1 LIT, H Now Orleank .
S, K. .IoIINSON. Ale:anhlia. LR
T 8 L.- ....M...... ............... ........... lll ,
--Alal-
I N.'." IS)OD., N\D I,, WLATEFS, SL.ES, SLATT I
Strailshurger & Ntuhn'· ,
ýh,--rSi Sr I,>her'I r I : N AI' Iýclg TIIA t11 NOL'aIt Impdf·
er 1 it, tm,,r ImP. rod hayl n el i i nril ;t h lr f i nll tlc f*r et)6b t
te 'mii ýt gu~un ld rIntek al tld o i1eyr lHr the comlngaea.
515 A , deM1 45bIn f s flo,1rt o veln.
glsol 4~1. w Il o r ao th, oe Fai u thlr r e, ,y nth,
' O I I S. . . . ....1 ..... . T 1 5
PTTErN AND lAODEL h1A, ' TSII[ EERINi ALTE,
S al'. ' Ills' nPtlIeiri srtiS, B wi t h tl4 fll, I l e , 1 )C ,
P A A E, e t e , e-r R <. to e t7 r n ornk. , r ry
c;!. r~e u-, Allcl.* i- lAr O,, of ,b-· ým·· ner+ !, a r ," e ,-, oh
--__lc uNnli n ;11 1,, 1. ]. ý 1_ !tree . t'1 tlia ac Y , Tlr Mt- d,10
Die- Rfi ,soB
Hlitwl, n r : Cr,· l t, . r
,,h - i ll d mcl - li, r mn b
r e lun.-lye ard ,m..
DiC-on , ,.oodr
LhlnI.r: (tad ldL. t., et, etc.
pock age ,r iclerte
E. II. EEVES r -o LO.
NOS. 1S5 AND 137 WATER STREET,
New York,
, :Y;ilf.itctners of ard Drole7rs in
•prl1t ttl:tal I f Iiorleell| tlr:,l lmplement.
C -&I gtC ' T E I E S ' , J O I N .E II S ,
PATTERN AND MODEL MAKE R'S GEERINC VALVES,
And all kinll of Patterns 5 r 3IaeLl nory executed w th €1.
patch. Fittin-slor et,,res anld unr.e ,nijped to any I rt i
whe world- taN.--Ilou l Hro oHller .en Idland COflON
IIns enutautly on hltslld Address Ill orders to
ANDERSON s rC('IHERMERIIO(N
Hear 47 A nt vtrmt. Nlw lurk.
G. PABSoNS-.. .
MANUFACTURER
Hadleld's Union Firework..
CHINESE FIRE-CRACKERS, ROCKETS, EIT
LANTERNS, FLAGS, ETC.
Al, a large assortment of hi.s wn importation of
Toys snd Fancy Goods.
No. 24 John strset. near Broadway .........NEW TORS
FUNSTON & SCOFIELD,
ntAUracU RtS 0r
EXCELSIOR FIREWORKS, LANTERNS. "FLAGS, FIRS
CRACKERS, TORPEDOES, Et.,
Bea Street, near Broadway, New York
PLANTATION HOEM,
SOLID CAST STEEL, HVAL EYE,
Assorted sie, Ast lowest market rates. For sale by
J. E. HALSEY A CO., AOr5tAOasaS,
And.Hardware Commision Merchants.,
5 Beskman . treet, New York.
D itlESUlRi AND COLT'S PISTOLa
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Sharp's, Slth s on', and othser mkera For isos
J. E. HALSEY & CO., A5NSIOxSaS,
And Hsbrdswar Conmmission Miterchants,
SBeeklma strrt, New York.
1011*t C. IEALE, STARIECER
No. IS NASSAU STRIEET, NEW YORK.
A slargen Ns-reriPrt irst caSnx uhks BuSkS. Also Dems
Pts and F-a utr, p aIl bltnery Comiipatlny n tos,
Accont wholsa mlde to order o Ly, agrt m f Eacterlrae' p
FoAting ezecntsd promptly and the hTAR porSKN H le maLer.
PIIMPM ............. pSI,........... UMP
STEAM, FORGE, SUCTION,
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LlFirss Psmph or EAery Dswred ptonh,
EVERY DGTIRIPTION
-or
Plumher'., Osa and Stenm Fitter,' SoodnI
For aie at the loweIst rsats, by
JOHN B. FULLER,
8 DEY STREET,
New YDt w .
AUGTIONEEtS AND HARDWARE COMMISSION EEF.
CHANTS,
H r Beekman street, d
NEW YORK.
Sole agents In New York sor the
Plttburg Cutlery Compadny,
At wholesale to the trade only, st manufacturers' pries
Also:
Agins5 for the STAR ORAND HORSE NAILS.
]F IRST PIEEMIUNM STEAiM SA.W.MILLS
The First Pze, the GOLD MEDAL, was awarded to the
WASHISNGTON IRON WORIKS,
by the Amerieao Intitutes, at their Far in October, 1155,1 ,
Jhe bout
ClrelnIar ssw-.SI11 sand Steam Engine.
Ordrr. s e iss, Gaun osaw-,lls, U.tar Dills Generas Ms
Shinery, Iros asu BrSs iSwn..l, Forgin.l, Ralroa Oars,
:tc., promptly flsled AddreS,
OEO. H. CLAPP, Treasurer
Newburgh ,b, N .,
or L. C. WARD, Agen,
55 Liberty Itreet (RS,om N.. 8), N. Y.
JOHN At. FULLEI,
MANLFACTURER AND DEALER,
No. S Dey Street, Newv York,
HasOln oreand eady f',r immediiat shipment sad ls mane
lacturing to order,
Portable and Attstontry Siteam Engines ono
Iit 250 hoes Power.,, (tcus,r and Upright Saw MNlls of th
uoat ap roced co ttruveon, of all : icj, ctting 7WO to 1.W
eeat of lub.er per tour; rit MillsF, Mill Irons, W,tde
Whee!s nd etJry k,:, d of M"I . chSnbry, Sugar sMiUS. PF
p 3r .d Mining M achiu err ; T;ol s, T n ks etc., for ou san
Salt W'orka ; C(otton and teIoclou 3 .h:n ery, etc,
Gertical CehIers, .,dwo.rt, Plening Mochsios,
Irsm Planer., ' Gray . A Wooa's Planing Es
iEn.n Lathes, Tse.
Dr(i L , 1,ee, DSiels' Piniis MacSlnhS
Bor g . aehlnne, Mon'"iil Machmttea
Shdt lg Machines, S, ,.h Ethino,
Uprlg Drnll Te vonlu,¢ \tehlnues,
Steatm • tmps, ow'er oarcu.' Maeh ms.
IFoi.Yrompe,,p Fort, i .,slcis h chiesA,
,ilting P'Fs.Ops, B.rii. McihTFneIu U .
lIydraulie Jlxca, C re r m, - Bcl~es
Sre ,hAtCIkC, tR ; n T S atF .t Scrll Sa.
'baltliug Vuley~S ad Ilhaner, S i.' el, l N r , s. i Sawes,
Riuhber and Leather Reltl ub. ('t l l. th ,~ firc l -.e hLmg Mii!l
Loather anlld Rnlbcr Li-.e, Rejerit g M
P hltilhlng ald. Ga Pttt gell R8, :.._- .,iod Mleilig Pace 8
xa :id t . l'ipe.., Ev,,r) ,: ".r'ipilon of tacr lnerl
Stern a *nd gPater l uesag , ;r.: lt.lway Supplies.
("otton 1n· . C'ottornt thlos. Cotlton Glna
-.ylhnt. Ei.lor, Brown, Stpathru. t rht ,\ C ii En, I - or and Mc
('nrthy (`nlt,"n Gins, with' e giu.e oar ..roe P.owers, and e-3S
thihX rt uired tlr tile -ame. i .t .ri ,-ld for -d!oa t the lows
ROttEItT JFUULIDS,
IYFPO-TER or nFkRCuI. Elg',LISa AN. GPBrMA
'Togs, Faney Goods. C'hinak and FireworkS .
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N3. Y9 d~hD .t:Clt, N4.w Tor.
_ IMEDICAL.
HR. MAGGHEL'S PILLS AND SALVE
A NEW AND GRAND EPOCH IN MEDICINE.
Dr Magglel's. Pills and Ralve.
These wonderful Meidlcles are now so famlllar to the peopli
that ut lIttle liodremeut of their vane as a Il'hyt ie eed bo
mado. ThePllb Flif t . rMaggiel uotain no mineral. They
d not gripe, lnd Lthely do noL nfeebloe the system by extremet
purgibg. They are ubierol in cresting
A VIGOROUS APPETITEI
And correspor.!nly stroenthen the dige*tion. They tone the
Liver, lart h lllaod, nid steady the Nervs. To these who
;are out tlmaslr wllt the u.. of
DR, MAGGIEL'S PILLS,
As an at tibilioolns remedy, the following extrcts from i arious
letterh will be, it i. Lo.pd, ol eoicioent importaoce to jlulify
the yqotml of them here:
What the Patients Stay of Dr. N oagglel's
Ills. and Salve.
"The beb t IPl's for headache I ever had."
1" y !iver l wr ,, tat egi,, thi: .bks to your Pills.
" I am pleased tr, say to yob, Dr. tlagg,,b that I would no't
Ie thobt a bos of your Pill, for curing m. of morning nau
ret, Ir- the c.or:.l."
"'ot Gill find iocloed one dollar; Tonr Pill. reoniy
25 cnt, bt I c:ialer them worth to nils sot dollar."
"Dear Doctor-My tng, to had a for on it every morning like
the back of a c1t. Your YPl:o to k it aowa."
" I tok .lf a pI and crsbhed it to powder, Ind gave it in
Jelly to IIy ttl , nose l or cloolera motobus. The doar little pet
wa, well iai hlee hLlrs siter."
"I suppose t in hl,dlly worth wthlo ti ttell yo my hnored
frot hal.ot well from the u,e of your .alve. Inclosed ,find 2S
cents fir aother bbo t o keep i the house."
" Rend me another box of Salve."
"Inoclosd find 75 cents tbr two boes of your Maggiel's Pihi
and one ont Sove."
"The mot gentle yet searching medliine I ever swallowed.,
MAGGIEL'S PILLS AND SALVE
Are .!most u.iverslI in their effects, and a core can be almol
always guaranteer,.
FOR BILIOUS DISEASES
Nothini ct be mboe productie of coure than these Pills"
Therir llmost magic inluence, l felt at once ; and the tioal
concnmltauts of thb most diotreoniog disease are removed.
These remedies are made from the purest
VE:EtIARBE COUMPOUNDS,
They will nolt horr, tho most dollecate femaleo an o an ii
gioen with good effet in prescribed dunlo to tLe boounoio
babe.
FOR CICTANEOUS DISORDERS
And at eruoptlon., oh the akbi, tl.t sALVl ts most inalouable.
Ifdoei ot Lr.l etlrrlolly onlo, oa Ihrsotrates with the ms:t
-L.ooo.iogtei o. i,, the eery root o the eoil.
DR. MAGGIEL'8 PILLS
IMA*BI DLY CUAE THE FOLLOWING D=EASEAS:
AIbima, eIonetS oahe,
totobl l'umldlint · Itohioetiosi
Cough." Aneltlenum,
Colds, Inliammatoo ln,
Che7 t Dlasese, In1,0rA l Weakness,
.o)stveooNi , Liver h omp'aint,
Do..pho, hoLownes oaf Spirit s,
DorrLeo, Rintworm,
< :dr e Rheunnlt tim u
Debility, Sdt RhOeum,
Fever ad Ague, Sc06s,
Slin Dioeases.
Eacoh Bog Contains 12 Pills.
ONE PILL IS A DOSE.
AiOtNooCE--None genuine without the ebgraved trade
mark around each pot or box, *igned by DOCTOR J.
MAGOIER, ew Yorkl, to counterlfeit wLticb is felony,
f- Sold by all respectablo Deolero in medticlio thbrougsbou
the GUnted States and Canada, at 25 cents per boa or pot.
BARNES, WARD & CO, Agent,,
New Orleans,
New eOrleasns
GALLIGHEAR'S PILLS
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CHILLS AND FEVER.
A Certain Cure I
OIlliqh3n'I Piill aeeo3mposed simply of Vegetable Med3
ciees. I'bey are at art Fills, acting upon the S omacbl
Liver and Bowel; contxinmg u no Arsenit c alome Blue Mas,
BorAa . other1frnl rahtaUcI . Theg rea t 1Idvntage the PIro.
prietors e'aim for theA e fiA s is, that A i out th aid of Cino
min B Rlno Ma- or othter mthey l thrae wii nrep the moot o
stinate case.I lf
CHILLS AND FEVER,
D 3UMB A AGUE.
PERIODICAL HEADACHE,
NEURALClA.
and iall a.Ati onu fa like ehanraeer. FIolso the directions,
and ye, will Bird t 'be ll' do all that ix erimed for ten. Try
ne io, and theirA .. eUi Mcir will e o3mend.. I them . t, after
fWe have used] (.a~lihnn'. Pills ]nd have never known thn
to lim o cpure - 1 te Bl rrdtlol s ere Dislowad, aud he-esi
ta tingly reci.ol cl Dn thiesm (t-pu tIC hoevr
' ..' I I 0 AT., S E - ,"l-nsrofiAlab ma
i-en DeIe(,S I .o . 'lins, Jh.l lH ,pria, ye' terie A, libnmo
Bm.n: Il . o, t'. DU Ih T ltrIYp Jdgeo Nointh tUkircs lt ourt oU
r'iI JsNO. W u A SANI"OP.D Ar'einev (cranen1l Aclur,.
alDAS1N 11 YRl E ..kYJE l G- a d Lodge of Nl.
sOn3. r rab Pu3t t 3 esS ttr wi r. h
W\ N. . R \ALLFR, cis h eeoti r , Arc .lap.
Cd. A. W HIT, I I.TAL IT TE.
B' AR 1 A, 3tA 3IW i BD i iB T.. .
Th ab,,t I.nri0. 0t0 0 e...., te RIdountd onTrad to r,
BIl, Ha~~ pa.l, Bl,"tters.. t
u,,e n A. BANKS. C mmi"e n Metn rrlot Kea.n O:bems
HO. MA1.ON, & Iq , o31yr Wt1 3 Lmpa, AlaStrm,.
W"hol e ,le Agent.:
TI3s30 1i. (MA 1SA, I1 B ((3da w few v (rk.
1 3A(IRA(,R33 ,, 13' 131st111 (al(,A 31r1ze3, an . . retB N.Y
LD(( .D 1 3 Li.'33 ( B B .,B L3i113 il3e 133 Ky.
BA 1r3, W BAllID D , COA, Ne ohrl ans, fin. .
. N.d 8O by 1. D rr eisst.
0 eltll A l'rlBe---l 50 Aer Box.
BLO, OT & HWALE.
:ole e .prietore,
Mý ontgomery, ela.
DR. J. WHITE,'F IONTITT.E-
l.7 GARONDELET STREET,
In rear of the City Hall.
The first aim of human be0n0 His happiness, and happines
implies health of body and mind,
Dr. W.lte' sAeperience and succe s for thrty-one years ito
an extens3ve practice In large cities, have brought to him for
treatmenO a v3(t amount t every form of disease, both acute
HIs remedies retore theB stomach, liver and blood, and all
secret0on( and 1exreti,31 of the entire system In unhealthy to
0 health3 cenditlon. Inste3 .1 i(ih3riug soy part of the sy1 -
tom or the coustitution, they renovate and repair the injurie,
and waste1 of the entire org1ni0m; with truly a soMu mind in
a sond body.
The flstitute Is established for tbecnre ofall acuteandchronlo
discuses, vis: Rheumatics, Colds, houghs, Bronchitis, Laryu.
chltis, Asthma, Consumpntlon, and all diseases of the Throat,
Lungs, Heart, Liver, Spine, Stomach, Bowels; Costiveness,
Dyspepsia, Scrofula, King's Evil, WliteSwelling.; all Sores,
Ulcers, Abe.sse., Caneers, Piles, Fistula, Syphilis and onaor
rhea In al tieir stages, Mecurtal and hereoditary taint, all radl
cal mpurities ot the Blood, Jaundice, Diseases of the Eyes,
Brai1, G.Itre, (Big Neck) Diseases of the Kidneys, Gravt,
Diabetic, Dropsical Diseases, all Female Ailments, Weakn1e p
Wasting and Sercous Alffctt)ns; Sick, Nervous and Sun leood.
ache; Depresio., of Spirit, l ,ilApIcondr3la, 3y3torle, Fits or
Spasms. We repeat, the wourt eruptions of the skin, ail sorts o;
ulcers, of whatever uatJre, tol the incipient Cancer, which o
graievously a0fBlt buanity, are speedily and er3manently ur3 .
One or two honrs sPent at the IU.titute with Dr. White frO
quontly save wee.. of fever or othersufferigs-tellen life.
Now that communlnctttlon is open agtln, hte receives callsper.
sonally and by letter as hIrmally trem all parts of the country°
CoPnsitatio0 fo.--tamps mot "0fo3rgtte0."
DR o. IE AI,,I3E'1 L
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SARSAPARILLA BITTERS.
The attention of the FCblle, City and Country Trade Io r.
sp4ctfully called to the intreduction et the
I r·apnrllia Bi tNersIN
The most Pleasant and valuable Bittern that has ever seeW n
trodueed in this count ry. The trade in general can be supplie
by the following OUruers ono Druggists:
FatIo, Mrk( & Co., 43, ;5 and 47 New Levee street.
Gfrilin & Porch, 37 ,and 3J Tehoapitonlns street
E. J. Hart` & Co., 71I, 75 and 77 Tchoupitolnas street.
L. Base:. e, cr. Grnvier and Tchouphoulas streets.
F. Avet & (;.mhon, 59 ao ud 61 Old Levee street.
Jcun T. .lh,,re. cor. Poydrl, and NeW Levee street&
Win. C. ): itchcll, ,. r. Camp and Poydras streets
Cass & Iuw i:n, '' :'yodrae ,reet,.
IT. W. 11.tr.on, DU;glt, cor. Magazine and ravler,.
Turner s Waties, Druggiet,, cur. Royal and Customhonep.
O. N. MORRISON, Agent,
12 ,lahmrine stret.
B - ' ro N igO U -E A l tV O VT A T E ,
TC:E REST NIEDIU3I FOR COUNTRY ADVERTISING,
st,:·- iI :: .. t:, n td ,c'r-.':; .nt- .e.ved d; set at the office
J. M. TAYLO.R Proprietor,

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