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N.ew PAlaNt E Par.-It will be seen upon refer en~ e tolthe cards we publish in the CaEscsrr this oroning, that Major Thos. F. Walker has admitted Mr. Charles Floyd, of. Rchmond, Va., into part ersblhp with tim in business. Mr. Floyd is a gen ;itiran of taent and integrity, and will prove a vlbnse acquisition to the firm. The firm will contOlnae o keep on hand all descriptions of pro "dub,; grtoaeiea and provisions, and will sell as reaeionablse aever. a66- Aln CoA Gotve orv or Iksamoo !- During the poast week we have been reminded laaitu is athdndan onrethoughts naturally I IutInthe prices of fuel. In fact, several arn tn ad laying st their winter stock of wood s4l - 4i fhie ding thls, would it not be well t n e aht atmLOt Cam1 p street, there is a stcve that will heat a :room any sise t* enobt consame either wood Se c s. e Petrolem Vapor SIn idth petroletu' oil alonei is blip p heed at about onshalf the f.r l a vei os d th ' hehestoe , i 'o T s he iduc e nd toire tgive a at a very smatL otand is pa - to I.atingv thelrorgest oiled rooms, r pheaool oa e, letc, and forpar e oote, o cssess, aloone, etsreaate., . a oda e degree f heet only is re d rd aallelt si anee puposer the nprposo hiaan aeiliinvetio oyverintrodoced. whlo oin d lcharge the eating of ,elooreioomsnpablio eofices andhblles, o tiIfnl anI lobok "i thesesetoaes S++ ' st '1ea r ti l oi ans da o o pnayg hee, acid it `,ih lead to benefidial re Shere nothing latrlate about them, and Ft n' tfewo mintes. rEtai "ey aee rgindy gaoinig io ve used them, sor are now oe lot be' innduced to give them op r Iesat es Gataira OPNsINGr b ' o 1ejellent o iporktlity to our lady it n j p_0h winateyr outfit at rates wWtab tl will be sp to live their memories for some u *m to l0me. Theirtbeautiful lines, poplinas, d r lt pse. meriooes, cloths and r saese sof arecting ahperfect fhrore 'amng a l whogo to seeltheam sand learn their price. lu -e bevorn in aind fthat, Mesrs. Lion do I S oa i k In all new-ean canseagietly is of d tstyles. What mores could he askedr wa oodel beantiful goodol Cheap goods, b U 4 inof tais matter. ri i Tli a profeanlo requiring 6tina tsa and prohbity. To employ a e po~eeagnane of theoea qualifies or not - t".th.4 atopane'ashouse, wouldbe a.rather oho ationnsd Ikely to tproduce mauch tisfaction Or old MedMr. Gqeorge N. apt kaedertisaeshaving establi4shd hima stlf is that naTess at No. 141oyal street, has all altd ia y tctati4ns. e ws in the bush yearbefore tlhe wiar, ard itthgti hee *if htaoge the ý"ephrt of his t too t kx<e on hisr shoder' Tor f s "so oI·4' he has notTargoAtn S C a4s t ofl ptbnimrolnvedg All ajtrt he reaervep a trial both on ! ies, *l nt aive c theirpat. WA4aoE. r .-3 ay of the 'w111, to d ol .beapl eto.learnu t M l. s $ . Jannot be hneelled by G hy ia the y, n wilbetqidgeap. We hope our lady V MAM'We were is the Atblt of patronizlog Mr. i afore best ustler bropened up the hper 4 whlh wa attacld, wllother give their patron ge to hia gala. e li. e moerhattndie cannot ores rpae a dinreryboady k elinow thatgshe uns cour S rp-sias t. Johnn G Flemming, the ap s g tar of No. 123 and 125 Magazine emar Ilirod haejat opened a most superb of new atea "of chandeliers hall lamp, nd brackets and all other descriptieon of it i berrangements for fitting up stores a, publie bnlldina and dwellings are unoar Sperso.n the enaeo meline the city, toa teosammend htim to the public as i every r of patronage as he in prospt andt JinthetslfIlmentofhls contrants. . -at'irw.-The adprovert sement N. Van Bentlbayeen A Co., ad *;2 U et.4des rves an attentive perusal at parnig. When merchants I StPeg hwll find it a payIng cc dptsanh honse. to make their to r ndeaverythtag required an re sate at Iwholesale at Ma Steimportera' cost. At ho 1 a ar tw enthlig to go and look at n g hos}ltt wll uedbtedly prove a very vi;' slol k, f, LETTER FROM ERNGLAID, . cFlo to the New Oleano Cres.out.J C.hmtnrfEr, Sept. 3, 1i6,. According to the son of Erint should be highly educated now, for he said " faith, and didn't I go in the front door of the college hnd out at the back, and if thatwon't give n man a taste of educa tion, sureand what will?" Now I have been through several of the celebrated seats of learning, both here and in Oxford, but unlike Paddy, I don't feet.Ihave..improved; in fact, I think one feelo his ignorance more palpably, as he passes throughthese halls, and remembers what master mindshave come forth to do their mission in the world. Of course, all the ways of God are just, yet [often wish He had permitted those men to will their great research, as well as their pro perty;; so they do, if we choose to seek for it as they did; yet how pleasant to go the royal road, to learning.. To go back a }ittle. My last letter was all about that Sodom and Gomorrah, Liverpool. Since then I have been amongst the primitive Welsbi that ias, primitive in costumes and customs, bu.t sharwder, nearer and more stubborn than a Scoteahan. I went direct to Swansea, much to my delight. I did not visit Wales when I visited this country before, the' Ihad a strong desire to doso, and I feared Iahould arrive too late for this atunmn. I intend this time to visit as many objectoef interestas posaible--fer 1 doubt when I get home that I shall ever cross the Atlantio again. The country through which I passed, is:picturesquely beautiful-slternate hills, vales and plains-with here and there a moun tain. Wales is celebrated for its copper, as well as coal mine. Of course the face of the country where the shafts are, is destroyed, but they are not cose enough together to take away the plea sure of the traveler. I longed to stop at Ludlow, to see the old palace that speaks so loudly of the yoimger days of Elizabeth, the virgin queen, undHereford and Shrewsberry,fortheir old cathe drals. Perhaps i shall some day, but I was then too anxious to see somebody at the end of my journey to linger bythe way. At a village called Crumlin, is the highest bridge in England, two hundred and thirteen feet. You felt, going over it literally suspended in the air. At its foot is the little village, built in i.ravine, and so distressingly brightby the use of lime on cottages and fences, that it made one's eyes ache; finding relief, how ever, by the bright green surrounding it. Halt way up the mountain side is a plot of land, I should think about three acres, where is built such a cosy mansion by Mr. Kinnaird, the builder of the bridge. Mr. K. had a good eye for the pic turesque, when he chose that spot, whereon he has expended much wealth, creating a home a prince might envy. By the way,the English have good taste in selecting their home spots in the country-always some cosy, comfortable spot whilst we are apt to build a barn of a house, square of course, and in some bold spot, without reference to shade, that all oassers by may say, there lives Mr. - -, the millionaire. itted Neath Abbey, situated only a few miles from sart- Swansea, is a grand old rain, and as I visited it gen- often I will describe it here. The ruin ranges 'e a over six acres, completely covered with ivy. will Why can't old age look as beautiful as a ruin? pro- We have young green branches that twine us as round, yet the very contrast shows us,up more readily. Ah i well a day. I should think the Abbey had been built at two periods of time. The arehi tectnre'differs, besides some portions are in better preservation. There is but one hall to enter; I ally think itmnst have been the refectory. It has two a huge fire places capable of roasting an ox whole. One could fancy long tables down the is a center, groaning beneath the weight of huge pastry, meats, boars head and those large od leathernbottles of wing with whish they refreshed the inner man. Those same men, jolly friars, for getitng he w.rld and bythe worldforgot, "whose eound bellies with good capon lined" bespoke Uie their content'to lead a life of celibacy. Wandering arotnd, I came to a small court, where were Sarks offreith limed walls, showing some thrifty usonaewite was near. In an inner angle, I found a cabin, made from the ruins, and a Welsh dame Scon lntedly knitting. By the by, Welsh women are elway yknitting, wating or sitting. I thought here was agood chance for a chat. I reckoned i. withoat my ihost; she could not speak English. SWhat a queer sounding language it is. On going out, howeyer, I met an old woman who told me sheowas ,fourscore and ten, and. that she walks its daily to the village of Neath, two miles from the Ar bye b asked her many questions, but her ad knowledge amounted to the fact of wdlking there *ithher "old man before she wasmarried, seventy five years gone," and it looked the same. I tried to pictnre some fair lady looking from her bower window for the approach of her sworn knight, but instead was regaled with the mellifluoos gin-voice of a canal boatman,swearing at his horse-a Banal - being bil at the foot of the walls. Of all the ay fenny objects to look at;, in the way of costume, lb the Welsh take the jack-lgnife-the women partic nSul.arly 'They wear short stiff petticoats, bright , dreaslolpebhaok as our farmers wives are rep td resented in revolutionary. days; dark woolen 9g stockings, well gartered; thick leather high-bows, te. with large brass buckles,, flways tidy. .I have never seen a woman here with slattern feet. La of dieiat home take pattern. A bright red shawl, drl'mst jarlronly arranged, leaving the right arm s, bhere, and if they hasv a baby, that is most myste. rieualydisposed of in the shawl on the left hip; white cap with a large fitted -frill, surmoun- t l ted' by a Mother Hubbard hat of conical form, at made of felt, shiny like- a gentleman's br stoe ipe, broad brim, running almost to a point, i h froin'2 td 15 inches high. In their hands, as It . befoere marked, the eternal stocking. There is 1 n lttleelase it Swanaea to speak of, save the fish. a Shtomen-theo Lord forgive me for calling them ci" *00n;e nopdescripte would better describe them, t rfori yenou d not know they were mothers, you i would suppose from their language and bearing, c or that they were wearing habillments not their own. Avery pretty drive through green lanes, takes 1 pnou to a fashionable watering place, called the 9 ~ lamble.othe. aforesaid Mumbles meaning in En- Y glish1 rocks5 and there is literally nothing but f gbcks and sea shor, o to see. A fleet of oyster t e smacks was being made ready to go forth the Si s. Belt day, 'let of September, dredging. I wish " I. you couldeatan Englishoyster, you would fancy at you had swallowed, and imperfectly digested, I g your mother'sesupperboilerl Uglh how can they e tIs at them I .haPld not mind having at this present N is witting, a plate of blue pointers. y ISunday, en route for Oxford, where I arrived in tr lime for dinner. I think it the prettiest city in Eng- na landi as far asI have seen; streets broad and clean, tc and such grand oad edifices. High street--tbe e street-is a 'constant snecession of magnificent e architectural colleges, churches and stately man- eo aions. All are worthyof more than passing com meat, but the limit of letter writing, forbids but et few. Christ church--the aristocratic college-is se the finest, and deserves the place of honor. It wes founded by Wolsey, the cardinal king, and bi completed by his master, Henry VIII. It is said, ir had Wolsey lived, he. would have made it the gi finest structre in Europe, but l'hommes propose, th bon Dire, dispos. 'lIts frontage on St. Aldatt is f400 feet. You enter the quadrangle through a th gateway, over which is the great bell you have or read of, called old Tom. It weighs 17,000 pounds, wi and each 'night at ten minutes past nine, ittolls pl one.hundred and one times, that being the number of students on the foundation. At the south sa side of the quadrangle is the famous inl Hall, where all the dignitaries of church and for college dine. On the walls are-one hunde'ed and er1 twenty-four portraits of distinguished men, who entered on their worldly career from this college. Many of thein, by irThomas Lawrence, Gaits borough and opley. ,The rof is carved oak, picked' oPt with red, blue-and gold. It wees entirely rese. d awted, that is the hal, threeyears agoion the occas- ie alon of the viet ofthe prince and princessof Wales. else The kitohen is the oldestpart of the building; Wol- e sey, who had an eye for the good things of life, 1 looked outearly for the inner man. I was greatly interested in a pair of brass andirons, placed there 1 by Wolsey, in ahuge fire-place. They are at least t two and a half feet high. Can you not pioture a yule log of immense size, such as would alone fit this fire-place, and Wolsey seated befre it, building up his immense projects, smiling to him self to think how completely he ruled both king and people, little dreaming that a woman's deli cate hand would brihgthatproudhead low. IHow strange is life ! The martyrs' tomb comes next, for here Cranmer, Ridley and Latimer were burnt-an afternoon's amusement of bloody Mary. The monument is seventy-three feet high, raised on high steps. The second story has three statues of the martyrs under acanopy, the whole surmounted by a large cross. So admirably hasthe architect carried, out his plan, despite its size it has a graceful, airy ap pearance. Magdalen College, the grounds of which cover one hundred acres in the heart of the city, is also beautiful. The grounds are in the highest state of cultivation, whilst the oldtrees tower heavenward. Underneath their branches sport the deer, as in the sylvan days of merria England: Don't fail to go to Oxford when you come over, it will fully repay you. There is great rivalry between the cities of Oxford and Cambridge, but for beauty of siatation Oxford 'has the best of it, being situ. ated in hills, whilst Cambridge is on a vast plain. You see nothing 'until you are near the object. The colleges are equally fine with Oxford. Kings College, that Ivisited to-day, is grand. The chapel is the finest I have yet seen. It is three hundred feet long by forty five broad. This vast area is spanned by an enor mous stone roof, every particle of which is carved with the richest grain work. It is eighty feet high, aint literally suspended, being unsupported by a single pillar. Henry VIII presented the windows-stained g!ass-gorgeous in coloring and grand in subjects. There are twenty-six, fifty feet high, of course correspondingly broad. On the altar is a painting,said to be a copy of IRaphael by an Italian artist, whose name I can't spell. The subject, "Christ taken from the cross." There, I shan't write any limore about colleges. Oh yes, 1 must; just one, and of that because Mtilton was connected with it-Christ College. It was founded by the mother of Ilenry VII, the countess of Ricth mend. In the grand hall there is a fine portrait of her. But the grounds have, for me, the most in terest. There is the tree they say Milton planted. It is a mulberry. It is evidently very old, and only kept from decay by good care. Scveral years ago, during a storm, half of it was blown down. the torn end was covered with lead, and thoughl the trunk is much decnyed it is carefully propped up, and still bears fruit. It is bearing now. My ne.t letter will be from London. Little I shall have to say, aseverybody writes about the great city, and better than I can. from 8St Lorengoo.'s Cirenlar. ed it rtten for tie SNew Orleans Crescent.] ages Kernel, I hev done writ a circular. Im a tvy, plum month behind time-orter bin ready fust Sin? September, but I couldn't make the rifle. us Hit takes a powerful sight of brains er brass fu hore to get up these sorter of things, and its principuily ey done on the brass basis. I done three months tiersquar study on letter writin' an lanin' the durned lingo of these Carondelet street fellers. I Sused for to begin "Deer Sur-I take my pen in two hand.-and so on. lily young man used to larf ole. fit to kill hisself over my letter book when I was the outen the offis-know it, for I ketched him at it. rge Hit aint the style in Orleans. A feller don't bed take his pen in hand enny more, he " confirms his For- last respects under date of 10th ultimo." Ef he s ec sens a feller a county sail, he "begs to wait on I ke him" with sich an sich, an axes him to "book it in conformity if found in order." I mustn't write a feller I hey paid his money order, but his "sight fty valuation has had due honor." His debts aint t da paid, they's " liquidated." His note aint paid, me hits "retired." Well, arter three months practysin' I kin write ' 'ht three pages of topleftickle, high soundin' bizness ted jargonez clear ez-mud, mesnin' nuthin; an per- I sh feckly non-committal of a sudden change strikes the markets. me All my study didn't hope me much in writin' a tks circular. I got the Price Currents for 19 years the back an' foun the statement of'47 jest ez practickle I her an sensibol as the one of '66--exceptin that the 66ere feller sem with a keenness as is remarkibul, " The chief elements of our trade has been this led supply of the extensive country tributary to the t cor market with dry goods, clothing, hardware, (etc., t nut etc.)-and the disposal of the liberal receipts ol ice ourleadine staples. These have proved sources oal of profit to all classes engaged in the commerce he of the port." Now, layin grammar aside, that's information easy understood, an' well worth filin ic- away " for future reference." ht I didn't wanter put enny of it in my circular the'. hI put the statement longside o' six of diffrunt , dates from Neill Bros., an' compared figgers, fax si ve an' ideas. I got figger itively twisted up in lessen c .a- half an hour. That Neill family's a great one you a vl, bet, an' thar circulars is models an' tip top guides sr 'm for a Orleans speckilator eof his gamblin to lose. T to. Arter studyin the dockyments a hour more, an' p; knowin figgers dont lie, I come to the conclusion K n-. that on the twenty-firtest of nex July, thar b , wouldn't be a lock o' cotton in the world ! ! Ef i a's nex crop was a short un, shore enuffr we'd hear at, bout Manchester spinners an' puritan nabobs a ci SI tarin' of thar hl 'bout a cotton famine, an' a k is blushin' world in neckedness for want o' sheets 01 h- an' shimmeys. a! m I koowd my etarnal fortin was made, right then m o, an' thar, an' farly larfed an' hollered, I was so b on tickled. I got up an' sot on the standia' desk ft close ter phe gas lite, an' liggeredhit out an' larfed in n. agin. o0 es I was in my festive mood, a tryin to balance my- o' he self on my hed on top of the desk, when my P n- young man come in. Lettin myself down suddinly, tt at fear he'd think I was drunk, I figgered Neill an et or the Price Current over agin. Thenhe larfed ; yes, lb le sir, he larfed at my beina' so green ez to beleeve Si sh wat Neill Bros'. c'eculars says. st ty Well, Iwas riled some, an' had to whistle Yankee d, Doodle to humble an' subjugate myself. I want Pi ry gwying to be bluffedoff the circular tho'. I tried m at New York an' from Orleans the shadder to hit. I tie waded through many a letter writ by a ole maid te s what calls herself Aunty Lope. She do write 'n nice letters, an' no mistake; but when hit comes m to biz, her chat's like boardin' house coffee an' fit' r fodder tea. Her sex is the reason, no doubt, an' bh ef so she orter let biz alone. Biz aint a touchlin' hi of her an' don't expect nothin' of her. - My young man sed how thar was a Chinyman as re it calls hisself "On 'Change" which could give me r e i some notions. I went for his record. lil It On 'Change is a clever feller, muchly, but le's an d billions. His notions of gold an' cotton depend a i, muchly on the weather, amount of sand in his gizzard, the color of his spees and the notions of :1 t, e Ins teller he talked to. is . I dont bleeve he belongs to either the bulls er an a the bears, but he don't waster fall out with either - e on 'em-which is prudent-and he talks an' cli I, writes for both of 'eta, turn about--which is far s' Splay. The upshot is, I hev jes writ what I wanted ter yt say, comin' ez nigh the patterns ez I understand- r s inl could, fer decency's sake an' outer respeck I for ainshant laamarks and Carondelet street gcn I erilly, an' here 'tis :wi sBT LOVNGOODaS CIRCULAR. me 793 CARoaneLrc STREET, rig Nu Orleens, October the Out, isgd. i .Deer Sar-At the openin ov the bizness secson, as Y don't thinkhits far fnum oaten the way for to Go se'e' you a Price Current an' my keerd. Uvrybody else.i a doin' of it, an' my circular is ez good ez enay body else's fur enuy purpose you ken plut hit to. y Hit is a valerable dockyment (that is, the printed part with the figgers), an' orter be put away keer st fully. El' it tells you more's you wenter no, hit'll a keep ontwell you change are mind. it I dont charge you nuthin fer hit, although hits t, got up lioly regardless, ez they say, an' is ez good 1- eza almanac fer to have in the house. I reckin g you kin bleeve all hit says. Most every body i- swallers it on trust an' files hit away evry year w "fer reference," an' thar boys grows up an' uses em' principully fer cigar lites an' sich. r, Hits my bounding duty for to tell you wat I s think bout cotton an' craps. is From my large and' tremenjus correspondence, e rcomprisin' the variability of all the ramifications rs an' postal arrangements consekent upon juxta te position with a' intelligent planter in every county it whar a lock o' cotton grows, I kin confidently p- swar thar wont be the cotton made this year thar was in sixty-one, an' the erap'll be short. cr That's so, an' if hit aint, mebbe hits jes ez well so to talk so enny how. of Bes time to sell is jest ez soon ea you kin get d. yer crap inter my hands, regardless of the price in or frate-don't stan' on extry expense, but hurry toI hit forrard. ly Ihev my private reasons for advisin' so, an' be ta sides, these English fellers begin ter think the of worms an' cholery and the freedmen's baro hez a- cut down the crap to bout a million bails shore a enuff. m Time June comes, them quiet cusses down in ly the back swamps an' out on the aige of nowhar, td will find an extry half a million bails, shore, an' re then away goes prices. Then my correspondence y- in Egypt, Arabia, Petrea, an' other various pints ar- in India, writes me the cotton thar is powerful td promisin' for a big crap. Them fellers is got us et on the cotton question lessen we kin get a branch ad of the freedmen's buro started in thar seckshun. ie Hits all our salivation at this stage of the game, sd an' the only way to choke 'em off an' spile thar st competition. se Sen down yer cotton fust thing arter hits ginned y an' hbailed, se A long experience in the bizncss tells me hits a. I pore way of sel'l' a plantation--sedia' hit down I by retail mixed up in the cotton lint. The cotton, is somehow, sells better without the sand an' dust, -d but thar's no dieputin' the heft of the sand. a- Your orders fer supplies shall have my csoerossnal 3f attention. Ef hits jes' as convenient, hit wouldn't a- be remiss to send the cash along with 'em--mebbe I. you'd git the goods a leetle mite quicker that a lv way. These traders here gin me 2 at' a half rs per cent an' extry's on what I buy-wich is kind I, of them, an' no money lost 2 you, but they mostly Ih wants thar money 'fo r the inks dry on the bill. 'd The talk is that some of these chaps in the com mission line aint a goin' ter last long. Worms on I the tfreedmen's buro is thig's some of eila' t deeper interested in than commissions on sails, an hit makes folks in.the tradin' line pertickler. Thi banks d,,n't keer, ibut they kin stan' it. Be keer'ful who you sea' yer cotton 2. Ef yon waiter make a dead shore thing of it an' ter cit the bigga-t dollar hit will fetch an' not sacrificed a on the fust offer, sena' it 2 me. I'm the tradinest man you ever seed, sharp ez a briar an' keen ez a nuter gender mink. Havin' an immense capital, t uabounding credi:, long experience, a big offis, abel assistance, corresponden-e in all the cities of s the world, a private auderstandin' with the man as runs the telegraph to Europe, an' boardin' in I the same house with a cotton broker's clerk, I kin I give you all the satisfaction you want. Ez I spekilate in cotton, planters craps will hev a grate advantage in bein' sold long o' my cotton, pertickler ez I nsver lose money on these side trades. My young'man keeps a "average ac count" wich he sez keeps the different intrusts straight and hkiers enny differences in classin' a list o' cotton. My Confederick frens is invited 2 stand up 2 me. I fit, bled an'-had the measles in the " Lost Cause" 'long with 'em, an' my wife tells me she thinks them measles done me a power of injury fer life. New comers is requested to reccomember I'm what they call reconstructed an' harmonized. I shell make it 2 my intrust 2 do your bizness for you. -. Ef you don't bleeve it, try me. Yours on the squar, c:r LOVENGOOD. olfU Dene Periickler.--Don't be in a hurry 2 put the proceeds of your truck inter gold at these raskilly high prices. Hit's a swindle on the plan ter fer 'em to charge wet they do fer gold. Hits boun 2 go down, an' I look feor gold 2 touch bot tom bout the last of the season. I'll pay you in trust ontwell then. Ef tlars bin enny revivals in Masonry in your i a seckshin I would like fer 2 hear 'bout hit. Slmeon Wi'Vriten a Letter to his I.Ma. New OtnLnas, Sept. 23, 15G6. or Dear Ma-After wandering about this city for six weeks in search of employment I have at t1st at secured a situation, or rather I should say two tO situations ; for I have found a home in a second tn class boarding house, where the pious example I ou am to set .the other boarders is to be deemed a es sufficient recompense for my board and lodging. They have given me a room in the attic, as they n' say those unaceustomed to the atmosphere of in New Orleans should not sleep near the ground; or besides I am far removed from the profanity and ,f immorality in the street. r I know it is a second class boarding house, be. a cause the castors can hardly stand alone, the a knives and folks and spoons are nearly all broken, ts or bent, the carpets are fall of holes, the chairs as rickety as the castors, the looking glasses all n more or less broken, tile window shades in rib o bons, the beds as hard as planks, the knives and I forks so greasy they slip from your hands while eat d ing, and the family proper;take all the lower portion of the house, except the dining room for their own use, and stow their boarders away in the upr y per portion of the house and out on the wings of the building. The family was reduced to the ne cessity to taking boarders by their losses daring the war. Before tie war they lived in Georgia or a South Carolina, I forget which, in affluent circum stances-the daughters say. The boarders all takea deep interest in me and it pay me marked attention. While waiting for their d meals, and at night, they ask me a great many ques I tions in theology, and seem to manifest much in d terest about their futuie welfare. I also have e made the acqnuitance of a physician who is just n my size and figure. As he practices amoong the first families he does not wear hlis clothes thread hbare, and he has promised to clothe me with suits but slightly worn, if I would ride daily with him in his huggy to keep the seat ,horizontal," as ohe calls it, and hold his horse while lie is in the houses, if I feel like doing so. Of course I feel like it, for lie takes a deep interest in mly welfare, and almost daily suggests something that will be for miy worldly interest, if I carry out his suggestion. He told me to-day that he would see the city authorities and get iermission for me to stand on the City'Hall steps, out of the way of the rabble, and sell pieces of smoked glass, which I can pre pare myself, on the day the next eclipse occurs. So you see, dear na, that I am fed. lodged and clothed, with a prospect ahead of making money. What do you think of that? Won't the other young men in our village feel jealous when they hear of my good luck ? Itold you I knew what I was about when I started for New Orleans. The doctor says if he continues to be pleased with me, T may read his books, and when I have qualified myself, he ill start me in the drug and medicine business, and that if I manage omy card right (ashe calls it) I will some day be able to sell as ninny drugs and medicines as the famousJames Goongal at No, 20 St. Charles street. Whhat do you think of that? From your afectiateown, o SBtEOn SOLDGOOPD, t SPECIAL NOTICES. --n .sla oh dn! Celsihb y, l tn E5L15.V oI Warnings and Istruction for Mon o .Men, also. di1ea,10 and abuses which prostrate the vital powero , with sure meaus I of relief. Sean free of charge in ,ealed letter envelopes. Ad dress Dr. J. SKILLIN IIOUGHTON, Howard Assuoeation, PIiladelphI,. s-- .IIItghb 's. Pllls s.' Chllsi aind Fever- The testimonials attached to the advertisement of these Pills are from gentlemen known througlhou the whole country. y Their veracity cannot be questioned, and places t5o merits of rthe medicine at once beyond doubt and recommends it to pop ulars ovor. See the advertisement. -A New and Qreat Epoch In Moedicinel . Dr. Magglel in the founder of a new Medical Systeml The quantitsrials , whose vast internal doses enfeeble the stomach and paralyse the bowels, must give precedence to the man who restores health and appetite with from one to S two of his extraordinary Pills, and 'cures the most virulent . e ores with box or so of his wonderful and all-healing Salvr These two great spetlcls io the Doctors are fast superceding 1a 1the stresotypsd nosltrms of the day. Extraordnary enrs Y by Maggiel!s Pills and Salve have opened the eyes of the pub r lie to the ineiency of the (o called) remedils of others, sad upon which people have so long blindly depended. Maggesl's PPils am not of the class that are swallowed by the dosen, and of which every box full tak creates an absolute neessity for another. One or two of Msggiel's Pills suoseto place the t bowels in perfect order, tone the stomac, create an appetlt Sand render the spirt. light and buoyant. There is no grlpln and no reaction in the form of constipation. If the lveris affected, Its folctions are restored; and if the nervous system Is feebl, It Is invigorated. This last quality makes the 3iedl - ines very desirable for the wantl of delicate females. Uleer oe s and eruptive diseases are literally extinguished by the dis* Infectant power of MaIggli's Ssve. In fact, it Is here an nounced that Magglel's Bilious, Dislpeptl and Diarrhea Pills e ean where all others fail. WLlse for Burns, Scalds, Chll. blains, Cuts. and all abrasions of the skin, Magglel's Salve is n Infallibe Sold by J. Maggiel, 11 Pine street, New TYork, an aUlDrggist, at 25 cents per box. BARNES, WARD & CO., Aseots, New Orleans. 0-Mp.. Wlnsssw'l systi. Pills are tre. s ard only for slegitimate purpose, and are the only safe and 11 effective medicine for females extant. S Do not trifle with your health, and use cheap and dangerous 11 mediciewhloi hdrggsts have bought, and willrecomraend, oelng ignorant oftheir properties. Theyoarea certain cure for all thoee painful anIldangerons , lorders to which the female constitution is subject. They o.denrts all excess, andremoveiall obstructiona; they anvi. lrate the debilitated and delicate, and, by renlating sud trengbthening the system, the hue of health ls retored to the Lbecks, weaklness of the leanod li,~ oiirc:ievod. and ail tae ndibatioos of nervous dobility removed. maiden, wife or mother should ce without them. 'L'ry themuse accordin to direction, and be convinced that hey are the Lady's Friend. ASk for MRS. WINSLOW'S MYSTIC PILLS. Take none lther. Price 2 per box, or three boxes for $5. For sale by all druggists. J. OOSN-IAL, Wholesale Aent or the Forth, . t 0-,t0. "iLor'.o ure , . n. 3 -- The ueen! Thb -.loss- -TIto (ilueol . OF HAIR RESTORERS.:--MS.. Wmuslooas Queen Hair Re f Irer is queen not only in name, but in vct;:ey. It is the bet Hair Restorw ever offered to the rn7l. Ain ldiible roetorer and preserver of the hbir if t: ally Yplied. It is no hair dye. It scts d re:t y upon the roots of the hai:r. chtnrinn Gray ]air to its original i:'r color : -treatin, premc.:re deC,"a y. 4 ailingout of the hai er endieating scuri ad indruff, arn -urng all humars of the scalp, It will chango dry and wily nair to so and luxuria: t It imparts a dellghbfIl fraganc too the hi;r. In short, If yod wish to re:.:re y'onr b.u:-, ;o' yo:th, andt s1tain it thraouir lgfh , ure M~1R SWINSLOW's Q[UEEN HAI-I IbSTOREa. PrFeo l1 per bottle. Sold by all druggis L, J. G hONEIALo GeoCf.C Agent, --s-rei, teodollys , oueeeo.fully, srnolsu. L0r' 1 0tr0ct 0,f Buck is curing every cse of Kidney Disoase dhhenmatism, Gravel Urinary Disorders, Weakues and Pains a the Back, Female Complaints and Troubles arising from Oxeesses of any kind, Fome ye affmicedl Try molanders'--Take no other BEckus 4oldbyallapotheearles. Price, $1. D. Baones & Co., New Fork and Barnes, Ward & Co., New Orleans, Southern agent. anrleigh & Rogers, Wholesale Druggists, Boston, Mass., gene - Colgate'. Honeey SBop--Thlseelebrated folslt Sop, in such universasl demand, is made fom tho :holcest materils, is mild and emolient in its nature, frb taostlyscented, and extremely benefial initss action upon the skin. For sale by all druggists and fancy goods dealers. st of the Hebrew flith at 173 tad 175 We.t Thbrtonm1b street, between Seventh and Eighth avenues, New York. To the Israelites of Lousteana Mrs. HENRY SIuIONS havini been reqestet by man oer Sunther and ste rntendr (wheoe chidre n bata in been educated at the Institute) to m.ke known her Seho,, anoa nneceas to thelm that she reeivrs upils from the aaep o bingtogtangbt by able prfe s. eilng an, Em: ,Ider thelnOtitutewill finG itbahome in ea'erreeec ia ever. care will be taken with therl mural and rTiiglus tlraolng. I'.eilt, can enter tile Intitlh yt an ey tilme For Circulr .no, app!y s. a bv bre. 2 I (MOUNT A i y ytbN BO'IYOUNG LADIES' INSTITUTE. 1- This c00 hblsd t conclude!its Tenth Yer. It, lti-tor has been out le protperity altl groh from sue m,, cce T meet. The I tas two yearps theail y apterae ,.p, -idlle.a Lai Aeen more than two hidred, and ainy have been rout.id a mplttsnce lf wanH t of ccommoadation A New Iiulldlng Is now n.der c ntrab', to be ready for occupancy at the opening cS te Fall Sesion in Septaember, and h id hoied ahbt hereafter all can be received as pupils who, apply. LThe ibreary. Aparatnd and Cahbinet D Aredreeceivig yearly, luable additions: aod tte purpose s 11ept steadly in view, to furnish every facility for a thorogh course of itrnuction. V ment, through the eutire course of Academsea and Classld - ca. studies. For Particulars and catalogues, address I. H. WHITE 5 Wee, t Fourth street, Cincinnati, o. ST. CH[ARLES INSTITUT- d 1BOARDISNG AND DAY SCl00o FOR YOUNG LADIES, 10T Bourbon F tE eet, J Opposite tee Opera HousRe. illme. 3Mae begs to announce that her Istitue will en for the session of 1866-7on ) . €NDAI, Sel en'er ",d, a when she hopes to sea that ro~ mt returnd f her p p l . dispenamble to their reapinbg the ull advanta.es of th leeltres and rustruions desie lfor them. The iadrantoges o lorded by the ItitlteS o fLA r tile aquisition of a prolent aequmntance with balth the Frenchk nd English Languages are well known, ned ]rhne. (lace has neglected nuthing thaEt st secre, s heretoore, the mnRt IccomplGthd Ireceptotb i[ the various branlchles of t(nowledge, - ,TER-petue. maty Ie proered at the Institute 101 Bosrbon street, oppo. slthe Tapers, Hons. PITIS BIIsHO S t Iltt LE .11A. b lt 11 BATON ROUGE, Oceenpes a Large and Commodlous Mansion, with Ample and Secluded Oroands. Thorongh Instruction In ENOLISH, LATIN and MODERN hANGUAGES, MUSIC, EMBROIDERY, DRAWING, Etc., 1 together wrth cheerful domestic management, moral cad petit P culturrere offered and assured. TERMS--54 per month; $200 In advance; Music and 0ma. ment..als tra. Pupils Parnlsh toilette articles and bed clothing. N Addres Rgv, J. E. C. DOREMUfS, D. D,, Lt,_:_ c tpal. SELECT RBOts DING AKND DAY SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADIES. sre.J.I. BRAND , haci c,,eased fora number of yersr a, elivihly situated nd sipoaemresid ael begs ;eavn to announce herrntenlon of re opaing- her classes nsect ntumu t:irenlara willih ieue, tiert me manwile e|arents desirons o pplcia • their daugfihters tnder her chatrge rill please addresb hber to,__gh th_ e _,la _ of the Cresenlt. [jEOSISPYSON OF CITY BONDUS- , na-l ot- :3th'l , f.t,,,e I,,; la uro,,f te .ate ,, , - !.y"t-,a, er: itl ., "A i ar't bw de..b, ,., t be fit b of Sa O r " ft.)d tbo ,.! OIil. far to o g,-. t ao d i,. . l,,oI S-.lred I'"op~o ,i wll he rlcaiveJ at thfis o uce, n:il the ith da,'ot +it,.ber, IR 1, at 12:oclck xi., fir th oafsaeto t[!w ay ti, et 301 bouts n' .hS)il ,,ch. i.nedt acording to the flacoging c:. PropoaIls to direceI to O. DelIr, Secretarvy 1t 0 LI 1lall, Room Nv. 23, naid ind,,rred "l'ropolsais fo. 'a oe bondr." ' t, SJOON IT. NIIOIE, IMayor. P. 0. NM IIA', Uo.ntraller. . FOSE01 IIbRANODES, Treasurer.E (1EOIR0E 'l5.RK1, Chairman Finance ,ommitto S,,sird lfAldermen. '1T. [I. IISNBOTtfBSI. Clhirmnu F.nlco C1ommittee, Board As't Aldermen. 0. DE SUY.i. Ore1tary. e. C. PLHMER a CO., (ED. . PALMER, JOB. WILD,) -Implrtrs o! and WholeWle and Retail Deaere It-. Carpet., Mate, Oil Cloths, etc., Nn ti3 Gor,!.,a acnt New fla5es, MR. H. l* . IS.SACSON HOLDS MY FULL V power of attorney as per af t passed before T. O. Itark, O Notar INy Pbl, dNe bOt. 1 F. J. HER ON, New Orlens., Asg'st 4,1015 II COsondelet strset MI SCE LLAN EOI'S. WINES ........... WINES............. VINE SPARKLING AND STILL CATAWBA IFrom tho celebrated Manufactory of ZIMMERMAN ,& CO., Successors to LONGWORTII & ZIMMERMAN, CINCINNATI, OHIO. -TItBE wiNss ARE Equal to Any and are Surpassed by Nsone. The Trade, Hotels ad Private Families supplied in quanu titles to 'JNO. W. NORRIS & CO., g No. 52 Canal street, New Orleans, Sole Agents for the South. d SPECIAL NOTICE TO TIlE PUBLIC We, the undersigned, have formed a Regular Tri-Weekly : Line of Packets between New Orleans and Shrsveport., and in , order to facilitate the desire of our shippers, have placed at g thelrdlsposal Six A No.1 Low Wt'er Boats, one of which I wil leave port every TUESDAY, THURSDAY and SATUR m DAY at 5 P. . The object of our associating ourselves to I- gether is that we may demand d receive a fair remuneration - fdr our serices. We do not wish to monopolize anything; our It only deMies is to live and let live. We will regulate the rates - of Freight from time to time, according to navigation, and s we feel sanglluino that our numemte friends, particularly ahlp Ipers of freight, will Bud no fault under our new administra Steamer LADY GRACE, SAM. WI. HAMMOND, Master. Steamer NAVIGATOR, BEN. B. KOCNS, Ma.ter. Steamer CADDO, THORNTON JACOBS, Master. Steamer ELNORA, ROBT. WATSON, Ma.ter. Stemer H. A. A OMEYE:R, R. SINNOTT, Mater. IsSteamer CUBA, W. T. IIOARDMA V, Iter. TOB.ACCO NOTICE. All TOBACCO Inspected and Stored in the Cumberland " 'War,.houle, remaining on hands, is now ·tored in the Hun '3" ter Street WaI tholm e. etem· Hr 2 H. M3. HAYS, Inspector. fltORATIO N. JENKINS. ie .wI.'srsl w dr.ti apetfully i !it',, hs, fri.td. ts d tile Open ,the E tai-hn Ient, at the tli Stasu, I 2 ' AMP TREE'T. ,n MtuNDAY, the is: r-n, ir CEtLEBRA.TED CLARKSVILLE CITY MILLS FtI[UR !The he-t in nlarket. Tllhoe who r , e:n u ', th i !, , ri - I 17 h I IY IT[' LI, ,t O ,0 Yi tret L.DI."E BENEVOLENT A.saOCIA'TION OF1 LIOCYII.ANA, Nou 16:3 Camnls Street. ]Bible IIolse. T ·AlD OF DIRE"TN "I tI:. Al.,toa; 5 C : we rC"irr ,d o ront r ms t ol ih "o n or , au iit i a reI . tL,,, avr e;,re m tu r r v ,in,1 cr < ,,I L ,in · l , L ,,:l f I :r lt. tnereýrtil:w.-: , ead, nrt · w iit gke ,u, iaters.: in nh, w f,-c . S 2 MR tBtt RTLETT,tPresdentty Hf tli, l ,.,d..I.: oIMf tirss IL,, sisn NI ', .e r',rtitor ,;stlirtur ctrtt. We r e eIt , ry tht, to ntitin a rhio i .t c at nd Fot.cI1t t n di tlllr Sa: te ai otl* l tN . .t s i ,. l,,r-, tC~it ]ea.t . e tlt - .Blnd, 1lItll l tbC: issiStlt t tl RodCt : ,li .ut[l. It,o ,.it' tl o. dlil t n, No.e ndu Ne rLs,e:e iLANA :eTS...u . be opeu d.dy cT BLANKEtSm I Ti MRpi . 1. . BARTLETT, Cr e-tden 1s. : W.fsuh BIlANKETS, Seret. A iry , "lie :a"lh:llth.ity uponth p n or l lnlre to t he Lr ,. an iGhit nGh,1 , ie hIudhl gis u wl tto pay Is a " tin"--Pre. 1: A. I--eby AC IC-TTIIE R S T TL call thre attend of o fall .t , Ld., n New (Irlean ,hnIvt tol their 1ew depirtmenmt of trade, em rahcing it irrnninns, etc., now in use thronl hout. the ord er. lir Business at the old stand, No. S0 and 32 New Levee. 37 Old Levee [treet. STEAMBOAT AGENTTS. JOHN E. HYDE a1 C5N.-JOHON E, HYGE, Ea. J BOOKER,) STEAMBOAT AGENTS -uD Ueneral Commlsslon and ForwarlnIg Mer ehaMt, No. 113 COMMON STREET, New Orleans, La. Pr:rc: and peraonsl attention given to the colectlon o SJEWELRY. No. 20 CAMP STREET, UNDER THE CITY HOTEL. Jewelry, Watches, Silver and Plated Ware, I -IOLR APG. T OR SEMMONS' BRAZILIAN PEBBLES. 10,n0,Od IWNcse.., In Hunting Caes,diamond mounted and en, osved, hest makers; rich Sets, Bsce!ets, Pins andEar r rir.`n Diamond, Amethyst, Coral, Onyx and Etruscan GodI 1d karat Gold Guard and Vest Chains, latest pattess. Sleeve Buttons and Studs of every variety and best workmanship, Gentis' SeTi and Monlo Pins, various d.esigns; Sliver snd iP:sed Sets, Table and Tan Forks and Spooss, Cups, Goblets, Napkin Rings. Catsors, etc.; Pocket and Table CIlrry, t b t makers and superior quality. Cloeks,- Omce and Mantle, In Bronze, Marble and Wooa Spectacles, old, Sliver, Steel and Shell mounted. The partinclar attention of thoss needing helps to reid" Is respectfully solicited to Semmons' Bresilian Pebbles, the bet and only glasses that should be ussed. New Pebbles reset in oldframes. Partteular attention p.ldto1 epalriSigWtchesbsu Jewelry, the besst orkmn being employed. smember, 20 CAMP STREET. under the City Hotl. UNDERTAKERS. UN DERTi.KER... . .... .. .DEIETAKER. JAMES J. CLOAC, No. 41 Rampart Street, Between Common sad i nal streets, First District, Is prepared ti furnish COFFINS al d HEARSE, rlth IPOi or wltO 'rimwgs. I withiD R i Plimes. roIin hs luny; exierieoce andI prIttetiin kilt w1,4o. lie hopes t, 'h1"p ar urtii u of ithe patrosge ofi tho, Oeed, his ser ieels R. CO NON. UNDERTAKER. s MN.Hlazltne Street, sorner Ulelord. .Metai!s Brial Cises aud Casketsltsill Aliaa and s.tin lined) Also, Mahogany Slack Walnut and Pla, n CoUins, and Zink case. Boies disinter ed and careful sblo ed AI sder promptly attended to. .CARRIAGES o0 Di1V E. i oINSLOW db PHILLBIPS, UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS, t No. 90 Rampart Street. ate Circus,) between Crommon and Having a reat variety of COPFINS and METALLIC RBU. RIAL CARES, togethelr with Hearses, Carriages and a larg A table, are pr pared to execute all orders in their ling with atisasctiosn I their stro s . PIANOS--SE WING HACIHINES. 1 ZORN B I5lrEIiISr,. IMPOBTEFS AN) DEALERS IN IPLEYEL PIANOS, Asn AGENTo s Fon LIDlne.N SOSa' CE LESRHATED CYClOII) PIANOS,' 95 ClUnrp Street, Neap Poydras, New Orieson. EUo peto o ,'nf,Ot.re, Poolai Sot , Csver.f Striuos, esi. I Yi oIs tII~i Ind repaired. Seend i and .ianos bought 0t uiu, .,.sh ge fi r g n.I. Pihos ,.s rrls . p. C. ASONSTE a Ct., [LLte Lights, Nswtos BIAdbOirys,] 5Mannsfaetnrers of FPtrt Clllsa Plno.Portes. a" Ilighest Psemim oat the Ameriaos World's Fair asd Exhibi. timl ofthe Industry of .lI nations. ThIis sCI-bosis ssiliisbess5s now cnlltined by P. C. LIGITE ands LOISI RNSTa, stll.lld mind 421 Broom* street, between Crosby ald Elm, Newi York Ct A. &. BLACNL fL-A MUSIC PUBLISHER, PIANO MANUFACT URER, iAND IIIPORTER OF Musical Merehandlses, be IfT CANAL STREET, (NEAR DAUPHINE,) me New Orleans Wholesale Depot of the Blaskmer Upright PlaoF ;Th F. lNuR's (CLte Nunn A Clak's); Guild A Co.',; Wm oil Essbs A Co.'s, and other first csa. Plao.; Prince & Co. F 55; Organs and Melodeoss, il of ohieh o sold to DalIsM an qui Scbols at tctory whol~o le rates N 71C ( IOOLS-- ilit 1OYS. BUENA IVISTA EINGLISII CLASSICAL SCHOOL. Having. returned after an alsence ef three years) to ~4 frnler home, In the itmiedi:ate vicinity of Iranklin. Tenn., I will open on MONDAY, the 10th of September next, an Ea glihh and Claslrcal Schoul, fir tlhe e luation of Boys. STholocality of tdi isllsLittihn is lelllilt futl, coranl lll ail the aldantagtes of town alld cuntry. Thile grutn are a'nple and'w bagain beautiidsld aduldarne, t with mot.lertai treos Ird shrubbery. The bulhlings largl nod well venttlated, and Iadmirably adaplted for School purposes. The b1lso has been recently fulrnibled from ,ellal to garret, and is nole belog repainted, re,,ap.red, rearleoul and repunlfled, xo that no Slocality in the wltole country will be more healthflul The discipline of tire Schlool will be mild and p.lrent d, bot firm and dedidedat d i t t ery ero[ ot I tr de ell, the - hysicd iltellectual and murt l ftcltties oft e tI ppil. The Pr!nelp;d of the Schohel Is prepared to board ten ur lTwevlrg S Terms lor Sessbin of Five Months: Tution in Primary Department..... ................. $5 ~ Higher Brlanchesof lintelllatic and Clnrsics, eatch extr 5 Board pie ntrthi, Intluding fuel and lighti............ 20 0 y Contngent foee............................ 10 S Washing at laundress' prleet . It JAMES McNUTP, Prineiptal. Reforences from Tsnnetsee--Col. Jo. Meialvotk, oen. M. F. DoGraofeureld, Col. W ON. Perkins, R, II. Bradley, Esq., Col. W. S. MeLemore, J. B. McEwen, Esq., Col. Jbohn L. louse, Res. A. N. Cunningham, D. D., LRev. Fralo:is H. Dneds, Dr. John S. Park, John Carter, Esqt, R. I. Ewing, SEsq..Judge l. G. S. Porkio, J. W. Neely, Robt. P. Mobl, one Allison. defer eeslrom Vlrginle-Hon. Andrew R. Fulon, Dr. R V.Sandrl., (:en. Wm. Terry, (. S. A., IRandall 3IM ovoekI, elSq., Sml. B. Crockett, Esq., Tllhomas Wood, El.., Re. B. I. Lacy, . C. Graham, ( . I. Tate, Stephen McG(irtock, Revo. itm M. Wherry, Wythe county; (iGe. Jamesl A. Walker, Dr. Edta . Wason, J. B. Alexander, E.s., Rev. Danl. B. Eling, J. M. tPyd, Esq., utouski ctunty. KENTUCKY UNIVERSITY, ASHLAND, The iore of Itenry Claiy, and Totnsytvti, iit eiitir.tv, oith 451 iterns ot ofcht-at Frclnu tu alld t* largo nIe [cr i buhdiingll I I ti.tL It ARTS, Ntttt to -vn csllg tes. lThe reaOltb d,,lig lnt)In betldfl, and it elo midst of the miot reinled milR ILtelligent Soiety. Eudow'me.:l $liU1,t1d. Real! E ato, 9"-.?I,:, I. A Vorpl or more than T ,elnt Insllt.llor$, I. COLLEGE OF ARTS, line rr:.te", ttr, RL:rt t;rnlham, IA All 'I A CI;I URi L s AND ME 'JA.:h'AT, L'L.LLlGI. of Kent:-ky, Eleven l'r,.le , ,h.,. AlU. Wt!:iuou, A. tLr . ti f,l0 E ;E OF THE BIBLE, Ti.reo t 'r , 1 d ilte,. I. I'r*. i ,;elt. It. IO(ILIOs n )i LAW,[thitee t'Pr,.o:i I. M . iJohts t. titOtitRCIAL DEPARTMENT, wthl th'Orti, bhael. Nnl[lter 1tf ent'es " ta- sq-:on :i1XI T n nili, .,l, Fee., LS Pe" -,n lor. ;"(Ld B t $3,t5) , tt. .5. ,,o-.o be:Snt tit .,'t ott,,',.r For (-at2h'gue. and fhrther inrnVtti,,. ,Nrt-N t.ttllt ttttS·to t :it t ::. t ky. the l ,',, l ,j e ofr e vall,., f, [tba t,. "i "ý.:' i', " ý,', ·. i", f ift' . . ttrd to t:,,t.tuooetyt o nr do , I,% ,,-to L_ - ''1)I:,1'S C'OI.L1:.- . CORNER P.AI'I RT AND :IItNVILLE. Mr. L.A'I:ENDE: r-fr.e:"fIlly ,un m,,'- tl,. .. f:- , and t':v p h,.. "L , rL.,, tt WEDNESDAY . . ,,.t df t'a Lr .:`c i:, ,..d t,,.. ~ e tiL , :l ,... : .' . 1 t ite' Class. UNIVEIRIMTY OF VIRGINIA The next Seslion will begin on the Ist day of October, 1001, and end on thre th of June, 167,. A Pr "essr of Latin and a Second Professor of Law will be appointed on thsltth ofAAgust, when the orgaiizatlon of a the Departments of Iutsructtnu-Academic, Ltw alt Medf al--sill be fully re.etab!ished om the same enlarged bath a( before the war. The entire expenses of the Academic Student, exclusive of text books, clothing and pocket money, amount to $370 in currency, per session of nine months; of the Law Student, to B$35, and of the Medica Student, to $335. For catalogue, giving details, or for special Information addresse . MACPIN, Chairman of lths Faculty. Potom .pce-.Cnlreri of V_.aid._ WAHIUNGTON COLLEGE, LEXINGTON, VIRGINIA. Facult t R.s. ROBERT E. LEE, IroRdent. CA I'rER J. HARRIS, Profesor of Latin. JAMIES , WHII E, PYI,,or iO,,,R. ED. S. JOYNEf, Ai. M., Professor 31 Is-.u Ln.ngFcges flai - Eugllsh. "J (o he Rppnrnted---l' feiaor of )focl Philoiinphy,) * L.NELS~N, A. N., Pnlbe"Ar of Pi hemply.I W11. ALLAN, A M., nlr**lnr rApylled l: nrbrm irie.. ti. N1. NcOULLO., A. SI, I'o,,,,,o Nntnnd Yn:rr!Lsqh; JOIN 1,. RAMPBELL, A. .1~ PYrof.....I-.hn;.ry. JHiNiIW HB BA- ENBEOU H, L. L. BIAl-.r Law. HARRY EsTILL, A , M. Alniaw PrRYi-nrr 1RRL,,sr, r C. PYRE ELL GREDY, A.M., Aslouant PR,,,fe,,, LEE. (ft) be .T.1·ired-ýsaniitnur Pros - of Cr ek, A IPrep', Cyry Car ', h i.ti as d. t it,.hicb iudent, nnnpreparcu r-lbe la I~gu nr [';oil.· notv r -uct !.,;:; , inI .Rb,,, bntnbes. TheIr 4 1,1 1,-, 2Id TRiIU'rDAY il3th) REPr EE , · ER isn i.u-let T-El1y 'I JRI. A a!I other n. nod P ullbry:ol ge ea ....:............$I0 A rl other e lerRes, iRRludiug Bnrl. Fn el, - IighRt, etc., reo not exceed $ 2RO. I' rfnrtiier iii~liriittiln or for Cataulowe, address the Faculty DIýOLBEAR COMMERCIAL COLLEGE.. CORNER 'IAMP AND COMMON STP., [" -,A Tex- Ep .l. and ElegantE liS'tory BlitldIng."t IsRonstantlyin sestion under eight thl, Processors It wri! d Ifonded (o td32, sad is chnrterr y the Stit. Its f-c4r stt ,~Identemay be found asa Principals or Book-keapers in a large iportionIRR the oil tonnes nhis city, and over the SoEthes States. Ladies or Oentlem,,n ca attend t, e CONNLCRLI.i COURSE, or ,o.sk leepIn Pernmnshifp, Msthematic, Eng. l F,5. FOencor SpERish. A busiess edRcation that eIablGe Inetoearn R2IJor $00nnllys the beet 1 prOs rRnitheir sons. We have ample arrangsemnts I5 10)11 student:. Ladles and Gentlemen are Invited to call. RUFRS DOLBEAR. PreIsdent A LBET LYON'S )SCHOOL FOR BOY! OHATAWA, PIKE 00., MirIE INSIw Orleasn and Jackon RRilroad. 00,51, toy I, REobtsanedoR onapplitoR tNOROET PI1 KIN, Esq.. 15 and IS ComppEsE. N.S -5050. ME I)IUA. COLLE(GES. N EW OILEISNS SCUOOL OP MEDICINE SESSIOiN OF 1RA-RI. D. WAERRN Rr.B YELT.I, N. D., Proflssor of O'Mt ioIt Rd DI'.'v f,1 sI, l. ec OWARD SITII 1, 0.,ofeor of RnRperia IOIel,',. I. L IIAB ER1 'ruhr of D.,I'R rif'r I r d 1'r1 Lice cd \ledicint· IIH RY F. CAMIPBE LLRR M. 1. PrIofsof S.irIcriR. ALFROED iC. HSNEE M. I., I' IIl,, of CliIicll Iluslicin. A. I. "IrT"POIN, 3 D., Prsf,'-IAsf Anro'v. DAK 3,1 . D..SSN NI1 ml'es~RIo I'yino ul y~lRnthogy. YRANK I SAWTIIIRN, N. D0, Pn','or of RINdiA-is ChESlO ERv, UNE.icR,'RRId Leigal (Rbi. s 1WM. S. tlElllIbELL H.5D, Adlnj II' RINI~r of ARnitiRy -RI I YRa dSpcRl L*'.ct .o Opthre SlSE E iryRRnd IiDsontl of thle iiye 1RW HBCLTE? 10. AsiRRIIR toitheRRhir of OstetriR ic, A. W. PEERN. M. D Ria dIREDRIIICK LOEIEIR,.R. Il. L. H. GOIIN 31. D, AnsjRRRIIto RIt Chair of' Cheui try. ' Thep El-orlth A~nnuall Conrso of i,elturea in till, Tlltitntiom wilFl e iI NoobR 12 I~f(san t".ll end MarciIli P67.IRIR RbPreliminary rI01;be4 givesnill rte Charity 115.1)itR. *tRaeIRY IRR' October lN'th, rit.5R,5 cRl~rlRR tI situnIR. The AndlS cn sO,,,I will LR openR5,R (lRRIRR 15,. The Ulinienl :l donut aloe,~i~ oC thiLlrlin In R nonare no~n yRe.tO tR! I r.'G -oR irR sn, r nold IteirIJIf thie Olw, I'iin ndS ,coýo h ,IRA-l'ssiy IlItpsiR,,I, IRA heSir Tickets of viiR i e r'i ....n.. .R.01......... 4.......$ 110 Practicar~l Anntom·":r... . .... ..... ··... 10 Dipl'ar... .. .. 30 I'PiRR,,I reYiR ;rRdiO ;,.I.t.R L . alloPI ti B. UNEIVERSITY OF N GUIS r1NA. . MEDICAL DEPARTMENT: A. II. CENAR, M. D., EmorilRR IrofRssor RI Ob1tetric1 and Dniseases of omen n:,l ,'!,iildrc 1. JAMlE JONIRiE, II. D PI'roesO r of ObstItrics, etc. WARREN A-10rIIR,. D.0 Pi~Roeerr of SurgeryR 0. A. NOTT. M. DI)., Lofes-,r of I RR oria . I icR THOMAS IIUNT, M, D., Profieor of PhysIiolYgy. T. G. RICI AIRDSON, NI. D., I'roRIrR oif Anrtomy. A. W. IALLET, Ph. D., PrI'o,,or RI ChemistrY. SEM'L N. REAISS, 1. D., PrRRaaiur oRI RIdecinR. J. E. YIIRILLE., I. 0., i Demoeslra'oRfARRtoIR , IV. 0.51IIIRLO, 51. Di., The AnnuREl 1,iNirr of Lecturrs In this DepSrtRRent wit ,.girt NovRRRRr I2, iIS, RoRR Nod Mnarh 21, 1117. A Pre. lmintRp Conr,,, wIll lie give IRn the OhClily HRspit:I., coca meurRRi Orphier 15!, rvirR5t ch1rge to studentR . TO, Ae tRomiRsI PRIRe o-:11 e open ORRRIbRr 1th. Thle fClillicl adY(17ttgs* of file Iostlitntten are untolpassed. The PlERIuRS are Phpysiiase Rtd'-irgcRRR of Cho Charity Iloepitld, and th, StudIents accompany them nIRtReir daily FPsj-TiRRiets oRIaI the PrRiessorr, $110; MntriRRuItion, $5; PractirrI ARInatoy, 11U; IiploRR,,$30. PRI'AentR re quired in advance. T. 0. RICHAP.DSON, 3M. D., De,5, New 0,eIno, ARgrst 15, 1310. , I