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iolDAY 110Iths llN, i)'o st1 I" , I 8.Ir.
Thle PIred Itsoer. e o.' rl I', o s the New Orleans O aOcentt.I A.iopij this lower, ga oile one, SAnd wear it on thy breat t; Its with'ring Ieaves are falling fast, It soon will be at rest. Though faded are its petals bright, Ito fragrant perrfuae dead; It ontce wao fair to gr"rl upon, But now its life haa tled. Its many lovely mates are gone, Their petals strew the ground; Arl where they once in beauty bloom'd, No bu;l rcan now be found. For leaf by leaf they pass'd away, The mossy sod their grave; And sadly o'er their verdant bed, Their mother stem does wave. TIhe summer breeze their requiem singo, And softly falls the spot, . Wihere these sweet buds in splendor liv'd, But-dying-are forgot. Acs ronward through ethereal blue, Thie sunO hiis ourse pursues, IHe gazes down in vain to catch,* A glilmpae of their bright hues. Brief has their life been on this earth, Short withl us was their stay, 'Twias yesterday they seem'd so fair, lBut gone they are tobday. Tileir life was far too Ibright to last, This worrld too dark and chill; A day of beauty did thoey pa., And'. now" their graves they fill. !.orloh mansy tpas around tile spot, 'herore unce thetse flowers fair p .read far and near their sweet perfume, N, -;;h ecapes ti.em fo re the dead, T - no pity slo r..: ,, : _. " ",..d s, hi:!g v in their bloom , iT :.^=,11.11. it is withl life nand man. 'l'. i,~i -. or l finot eal-. away r: t.e., i :oeirliS their l ey graves, SL'[ tli. 'a:ho call'd themi I riýdý it, lift, 1l.'.g:hlke l, thu,, when dead. nta'.ri l lma'n, thy hctr.e t i tot , -haini thy iheart-awhen of tily hrieu+da lA.i^Lztý clor e with the tomb. s ý Lr y tof frienllt'o ecall le ded, S- e it i that man so l d ts ieo r. e L r'to' ll' d show, Thw,- w 1ol dels-irr hest)) : "; 1 h' ow s th.:", hiNt ia lfe; u,,, of thee. in deal. Tl.en, ,en-oc one, this flower keep, Let thy youn'- heart a lesson learn, And keep it cherish'd there. r,:member life on earth is =hort, S. at thou like it must die. And wh.en thy thought, recall the dead, Le! i: be w'iih a sgh. 1'a~,... P:,".,A,:V ~ MOHAWK,. tMesr·. Chenlowith, CaCey C(o., have removed Net their st":'e to No. 31 New Levee street, and they have ,an hand a fresh and superior stock of bacon, lard, limr, whisky, etc., to which they invite the E attentio of the trade. See aidvertiemeants. Sitn:-. Itsoinov . o Goon.- An The st,-!C of Mlessrs. Gildie & Acker, No. 137 Can:,: :,:t.is well worthy the attention of the WI Ppurcha-.': of every description of shirts and n e furnishlin goodl. The articles which they sell gr are all mlanufactored for their own sales, and can- i not be exceilel by any in the market. Their store i, het.een tBulrun-ly and Rnampartstrect, on j, the same side a- Vi.:tor' retTlraot. I The sharit sello at aaction this day, at noon, at pr the etih: ts' and Auctioncersi Exch'ange, Roal co street. a judgment for $12,494 11. For particulars se see a tverti-emcent. H -i 1Ao qeepaers will finod it greatly to their inter- th est to read the advertisement of Capt. H. N. Jen kins..awho. havng reditted the establishment and replcnished the stock of Mteaer,. Warner . Row ley, 23'; Camp street, will he on hand there to i plean-c te:: ta-tes of the most fastidioal . fr WErecTn I iaon ct.--Messrs. Martin Dolhonde to & Cobb. No. 7 Natchez street have on hand for th sale: puerk, heel, Ibacon, lard, hams,whislky, rope, c0 baggi:g and twine, in lots to suit purchasers. et These good, are all prime in every respect, and an well wor:thy the attention of the trade. See ad- b vertiment pblishllcd ill another column of this i morning's plp-r. MrTaER A.n IN;EsEcotN.-To-day is the day nc selectcl! by Messrs. Rocha, Decker & Co., No. ff 147 Caual street, for the hirst display of their tc fre-h I.portateons of fancy dry goods, and a p great n ay it o iil be fur thie ladies of New Orleans. I Thie new styles of goolads hich will be exhibited n on thi- occasion are ,lily equaled in this country a by t:. ,- l fon in the flolllus establishment of A. i T. Stewart, inl N. York. The importations of S Roeha. Becker & (Io. embrace allthe latest styles, among which may bhe found circular mantles, I fanchettes, czarine paletots, Bohemian paletots, sheperdless paletots, Prll Mtall mantlles, Schuyler jackets, empress paletots, empress mantles, a Camile jachets. (;lcian poplins, le bon ton man ties. oriental jieakets. Brittany jackets, Marie An- 1 tonettes, Rusian lantles, Cenltral Park patterns, Sont:erna bele patterns, Peckheuse mantles, Vie toria bansoes. clohak- in cloth and silk, shawls, 0 handi:ere.!iefs, corseto, hoop-skirts, black dress silks. laces, hosiery, white goods, embroideriesl. para~col, dress trimmlings, ribbons, etc. The t most: elegant patterns and styles ever imported into N :r Orle:-, will be exhibited by this tirm to all -who maOy see lit to be present on this oeca sion it - obj 'ct of this di-play is to -how the ladies of th!:- ::.y t!:·,ti New Orleans is not behind New introdutction of the laoest styles o' gooth. All this - t-i asks is a ligid ia-loton of their goods an-l -. nd this day is set apart for this m tpecli ,; r-,: v: }3". Atu :.v ,' ,r wi0 be at thir p,' inc , the enti l daiy, t d ,:it upon all who in g teie a. call. Aft.r N',. ,7. 1,1 v !l ie illbnniatel from a :-1 t, ati,, .i l every attecutio will be p ct t to vic:to: a . SortanDere -ftessr-. !- . -!,akley c: Co., corner of T, ,,uitonl.s and Paycrct street-. have for sale ~r:,, f df -!i , i ·, l f .. h ! oh n htter, North er rn.. aenl hra'? ehrie:. We invite the att:e':', of t.ie tI r,. to the'i alvertisement, S cot, c c.i Il itr - llatncc.-O old friend i caclmrglcr, tile tailor, who has mneasured more no . tlhant perehaps any lther in the Union, has rc:::ctd, itwal be perceeived upou reference to our nlverti=ing columns, to No. -5 St. Charles street,in the Masonic Grantl Lodge Hall. IIe in ti rvites e.'lhis old friends to see him, and will give j them fits it they call. 'hre t'Ota'I s oap. The tLilowing letter from a retired nior chant of lcllelenavill, Alabamn, a gnth:- i man of fine ijtlt!igrce, wild he rot1 with iL terest ly all engaged either in the cultivation, or the sale, of cotton. It is addresaed to a leading st cotton house inl this city. and the conclusions olf the writer seem to be well considered. It will be seen that he estimates the crop of the pre.-ent year If at a million and a quarter of bales, and that he does not anticipate an advance in price : PICKENstILIE, AT.., Sept. 20. 1~0c. Gentlemen-- received your circular a few days ago, for which I thank you. I found it exceed ingly interesting. i I seat to the Mtobile Advertiser, in May last, a tl eommuunication upon the subject of the growing crop of cotton, tile object of which was to coon teract the effect like!y to be produced by a letter wrjtteu by a New York correspondent of a London hohee, in whose statements, I understood, implicit confotidence was placed. He represented that the 1 growinig crop could not fall short of five millions of bales. Iselected, as the basis of mycalculation, tihe largest crop ever grown in the United States, j to-wit : 4,500,000. I assumed that each bale contained 500 pounds a of lint cotton. This will give an aggregate of 2.230,000,000 pounds of lint. Allowing ,3 poundns of seed cotton to make one pound of lint, will give w an aggregate of 7,875,000,000 pounds of seed cotton. C If each nare produced 700 pounds of seed cot- f ton, it would reqnire that 11,250,000 acres of land shall be cultivaterd. If each ba ld cultivated nineancres, whic I think a big estimate with other crops, it would require b ta250,000 hands. The plesomuption is that the above large crop was lelde uucrir eircunostance tire mosit n avorabe in point of s(c:-On, tan a remarkable eonver loie frone all the drawbanks to which the crop, whii gr'owing, is liable. t Now you lnercea e that it requilre 11,250.001e cr to be cllivated in thile beestn mane ly d 15O0 l aionlsi--va l hanild cu!tivatingc no ine nv-rice, and oan:eI cre trod nihg sevlen houdred poind od scd dcottoll, with the seaonn in every respect lavorable to grewing altd savilg tile crop, to lnrodfce a crop of l4,50.oO0 balee. e I It, tiei, ao it is stated--there be olne-thlird le, land in cultivation, and tie tnsone phoste I.i bev oneithi i!,.-ri t hal fir eeclly. tio e -crop, ill io ctonllf Iwi aT all in ficvorllileP tieanv- tve on e tlhird '-. It la e -lcii lel the pting crop to i;,h00 t !l, =. It 1 be tru, (and it io ef:·e' 5 u nit .) te ",l.tt ile r Ited o y e d t -thidn m a uc : : .wo r k a l a v e., ( h i u t i t , ,o r d e r t o n l a ', e a s a f , r.nll: tione. olet tI~,oey os- foeinllr les.) trels, agn -i.leU o !,etr , op 7 f,0001) hi lles, 2:2. ,000. 'l . r,1re, if ea ie 'niae e. cN or, t, the u i ,n.t tel li,,n i, int vita e thI t emore ot E ar.o .0, , - wTohe Uawilte r..,() not have brewll lll:idr froh 11111 1),,W ill rui tialatiol, with thie focre now nm-l -i,, Oev han l ehad t:,,;teaon been, ill encryre enct. .ce of the: tot e m oaVOah rv chan a ,! ro dPtn t11n i::01t UallflVOble we lonavre ald at' htly ,"ers: alllied, ls t e uam1 gou, rno prat ilen tyi e iti,, t peited tio mae moee thi d twe i tcn' a nttch he pratel for cttn now uste-hail as much It i,,e; pi .:ct io thie ectin, eb trmang an e per ol-evakil tie whlli cotton -lrOirig re. f' the l 'lla;- ei tIn ein t aeunt. anlet, t au, ilt' sla lll-ke one-third let tveant i- .su . cer-vet crtnenot exhol ed n.erveegrene,. i i"c S[- .alch·, or l ,(],),l;7 halee o 45t ou-c ll. vet- . iy oailt ret.e- which i predici ated it iC th i ll r, 2o:st0 balee of 500 pounds each. i T T:e tact fhet our crep wi- l c e a s-ort to thle ..n ll io ; l til e priee n111n-t lt.e,-s ri'y Th e ive rT okeilc ts:e. rapid o no.s,:f or tl, -oa, -tla-- oi cotton in forceigte , nofet'.?. and tII toit t .it -ecn ullni- fooeitel up sen a.;'tat -f 2,(l[,0)0 bales ini . N-)ow, let us eve-t. Iclte ths -r oval : n c Tics L: iccei c-ice-v.-i ,-i whole of Eur-pe T c- il e...i .vcr ie ..Is ......... .. 1te n .o)c T h e c o ia s tl e nar c a ne sess -5....... .....--. rr ,,f all , ,,i........ -I. ... ...... 5.'1J ,.! . hle l"e a ,uin tl ),lir i il, a rnr-,: , L e .tl l. Nt lot, a-d escivne t cile, t, rne n,,,. wilol Cc-thcm tx t.ty-hr leeks" a Jur, iequal to 1.9;l;n .. ThA . ut,,",it ree . uire by ale llit co n rolc m Stro ve , Ne, 81es it clent ,tc-toest, e.7. Fro whice nahtdlc e e d nducted thee yamut .tap -d t-, ,, tli"e v aha', o "1[" et- the .au l .dIurer, e th-l et Unid sitathe oo n b g.......... r t dNet amount required by all contri es d fr n un Iten ; ll, e -ro elon r byos orino t tnll e enot- n In IdA e/rne ti ill 1 6., l 'I 1-.7 KC ba-e. ic thyat :tl fe1 on rotil moo odae--.t If: e ee.'e11e.- - b ef. Now nirel feyaon nd it eltfene!fent crop Inr antile iuesent AudI iec-,p our crop he toly ......... .....a by en. etno. e th.t e........... ............ t g d ,o1wa .. Which supplies the amo lont required. dThen you er perceive te demand will be met, and by greatly price is controlled entirely by demand and sup. Most respectfully, A i I*roRED MFRCHA~NT. DIRECTl Ti.tLE w-Tli Erorr:E.--W have along ar thought that there was no valid reason why our merclhanta could not import every class of Euro- ner: pean manufactures and sell them as cheap as is done by those of New York aLnl Bolton. Freight amo1 is certainly not high enough on goods brought niu: from London, liverpool, Havre or Bordeaun here, to account for the difference always charged, and tnes the expense of conducting business in this city is an certainly not half as great as in the great North ern cities. where many me~chants pay $30,000 per he annum rent. Tile great trouble, we suppose. hab, es been in the dearth of capital and enterprise. con- apt sequently it should be a subject for general re joicing to the public when a firm, with sufficient rer means, embarks in the business with the determi nation to accomplish the desired result. Messrs. P. of Mares & Co.. l43Royal street, we are glad to be able t1 to announce, have gone into this business and promise to the public that they will furnish them with the best and most desirable of European cal manufactures. at rates as cheap as they are sold St at the North. That they should not fail in this ire enterprise should be a matter of interest to every Mt Southern merchantd conumer, and we have ths but little doubt that they will be well patronized. ch ,Read their advertisement. fa ha tEt!Ov-aLOF MESSIts.GisrIErFF &BYRNES.--The old at and well known firm above mentioned, it will ie th seen upon reference to our advertising columns, HI has removed to tos. 42 and 4d Tehoupitoulas fo street, corner of Naichez street, and they offer for sale an immense assortment of Western pro duce. groceries, assorted shelf goods, nuts.fish etc., too numerous to mention. We advise a ev general perusal of their advertisement, firstly, Sthat they all may be able to locate so important 1o 1a house .and secondly, that they may see what is Ifor sale. IIEroVert , O SortLE'S COMrMERCIAL CaOLLEEr.- hMr. George Sould is at the head of a cormmercial t college which h as no superior in this country. It tr is one of th. few institutio as where the pupils are tlthoroughly drilled to the manual of btciness. and Swher e thoe who lpossess only the most or din ar intelligence are compelled to become ni11 groundel i1 the frens. Goods a re- ctal:, bougeht and sid. the books regularly l kept, hanirs anid slo'res are connected, and where the mlO-t minute dudtie of bsokkeeellr, corrcespodelt. iAlr ald m'rchallt are pr.acltically perferme.i s'y uthe i tulent. The a lva!ltages of IMr. Solhak ,-". te tm are so obvious, that anlly )onie who will take the troarile to visit thie institutionl, will be ati o:l'e r con.'ilced oi it lulerit-s. The buIldri lr.r.s he mn w oeccrirr'rie No-. s0 and 82 Camp street. at :It - corner o Natchez. it, it beig 'tw sinut Tilth beginnrting o:f ilhe coat mer'cia'l yelr, it will not be out of place for ue to direct the attention of mlerchants all huetn!ecs rld men generally to thie superior stock of rsationery. ed blank book;. etc., kept by E. It. Wagener.. Nr. - or1. Camp street. He keeps and manufactuoes to or ce der every description of mercantile stationery, to les gether with Fairchild's superior gold pens-does in- job printing, binds boohs, and almost anything ive else in that line, See the cardhe publishes in an-. other column of the CaRESCENT to-dy,. LETTIIE. FI OT1 I '. P.AII.'L, -1INN. A yctli. fTie:,.L t:arvdisg up the ,I17:8 i i river, -,.'rl,, s lu frol the abtre uhllres aii fol I b ieght papers at every place the boat stopped on jigs way tip, and ine;-tent}.,, of thetn wcre t alit '-a ole of their e.itorials are itioply dit. Sutit tt to a Sootherner, aod by tIeeping up te distinction of loyal l nd Iaeel at they do, tihe are striving by every meanls in thteir lower to tentr wider tpen the breach i betwreen the two sections. In thea Sath every prler it tilled with conciliatory sentiments, striviitg to forget the pant and lotk to the auture for crmtort and happiness. Here ttie tlaolrs are con. tantly harping on the rebellion - )theorati are called rebels--and they seem to dread, wilth a lholy horror, anitlher insurrection in the South. It they only knew how thorougthly we Iere used utP. tlet tmighat tuittheir nonsense. I had no idea tlhat the Wet was so radical. On the steiamboat, all but one were Replttblirans, and mrost of them violent. I do not kno. where it will all end, nd, boy as I am, am almost afraid to look ahead with bright anticipations. Thie statesmanship of one man may yet extri cate us flrom our tronbles; but as long as radical nilrnals will persist in aseerting that a Union man's life is unsafe southof Kentucky,and as long as the people will consent to be gulled by such wild stories, and to bte made tools in the hands of a few designing politicians anxious fornothing but power, I see no alltviation. Il etippose these views are too extreme for the CRaSCoen , but they are tihe result of my own ot servation and deductions. I hope that time will prove them false. A CIIaN E NOT Ti tE i(eo.LCite.--Our lady frielnds must te sure andl peruse the advertisement iof IMr. S. G. Kreeger, of No. 60O Magazine street, thich will be founde in the CareSConT this mornicg. It will he there seen that the advertiser oflers for ale, "dirt cheap,'" a magnificent assortment oa dry goodsi of all hind, but particularly ladie;' dress goods. Mr. I recger is noted for selling igood low, alnd his stoci has never been surpassed for uiality: therefore, ladies iwho have to provide r foamilites wi.td do well to i, up to his store ant nmnke a general rennoistiance ibefore they oy all tiihey rwant. It will only cost a dime for the ride in tLe ars; but may save hunadreds of publiar.s, PeoE.iei\G aN AGENCY etotIZE-s.--Tie tIony trei(,:] ot f 3to jo r Walter V. Crouch will. no dioubt, ibe h;t'ted to learn that lIe it now located at No. 1:o atch,:z streiet. nlt stairs, for tlhe trnneiactiolu of :if enteral brokerage anil agency business. It i tweillknon to, all oil citizensl that ihe is faithfi, -...etic. ant Itwe!l versed in thie busoiiness in which le ie t e:saged. , ei bespeak ftr hi:n an anlpte and reuneratice &La', ofa tilhe patronage f the tubllc. I. PJo ,; S`":..-:.-An advertiter, whlnoereatrlre"; Rn i :It il71 St. Charles street, wishes to sellan irt claa n e -pri'ht piano. NAroLE'tN III AND A DISTeINOtUISItIE OtnLE.a .os --Frn: letter, recently received fromn Piriit Bt appears that G:neral Beanrygard lha not been the only di-tinguished L.ouiianian who has received I: ,tlerihg attentions from the great emperor of France, as it appears, that upon learning of th( t arrial o Colonel S. N. Mdoody of our cily, in Pari \ Napoleo slent im anln invitation to call upon e"' :'in'. and t!a ng tile intervtew which folllwed, an t onr wa- mide oure di-tin-uished fellow citizen ofa a con;trct to su!,ply the whole French army with t!-e splenCil under garmnents for which Colonel lMody ha IL een -o celebrated. ;1ntt IMEBsa. I'PAtnte a& BLtNT.-The gentlemen coimpr:i-ing this firm are both too well known in our cotmmlnity to require an extended introduc tion as commercial merchants and cotton factors. T1 They have removed from 26 Carondelet, and are alow at No. 73 Carondelet street, in this city. I,~o They possess every qnaliacation to give santisfac- Ltt tion to all who intrust afikirs to them and conse- nie quently must secceed. Goon NE eW.-There is a natural inclination on the part of the whole world to hear that whichn pleases them, or that which has a tendency to put e money in their purstes." Remembering this pecon ui liarity of the hmnan family, we are delighted in having an opportunity of being among the first to herald the arrival of the new goods at Messrs. M Ganrthwnaite, Lewis & Stuart's mammoth clothing establishment, Nos. 31 and 33 Camp street. See Ta advertisement. Ie LOhE JACK SOKINGe TOAaccO.-Messrs. George mea a (. Garner & Co., have just received a supply of Con this choicest of all brands of smoking tobacco. al No one who can appreciate the pipe should neg- eie n lect to get a supply of "Lone Jack.' e It will also be seen upon reference to the card ane published, that our old friend,Col.Chab . R. Railly ishas an interest in Col. Garner's firm from the let L inst.Op MEIY S. PaCet , LIa-ENnse & Htrannn.--In the selection of a factor in this or any other city, the planter or producer should look to the intelligence and competency generally of the merchant, as - well as to his social qualities and p-pular man- B h ners. To trananctsuccessfully this highestdepart- tch nment of the mercantile profession, no ordinary p t amounet of intelligence is required. The merchant Smust have a finished education and an enlarged reunderstanding; and if any other description of nd aen ever succeed, it is purely by "good luck andt n awkwardness.' In the gentlemen named above, th who have established a commission and factorage ar r beiinss at So. 50 Union street, those doing busi as tness with our city have all the requirements en- spoken of above--ach and every gentleman of re- the firm being able, accomplished and tihoroughly ene reliable. mi- We call the attention of dentists to the removal P" of the Southern Dental Depot from No. 26 to No. ble t1 St. Charles street. em We not he addition to our column of law tan cards that of B. R. Forman, Esq. Mr. Forman, ca old we learn, was during the war one of that cele this braced body of cavalry known as Gen. John H. H. er MIorgan's " old squadron;' n-was captured with ate that daring leader in Ohio in 1ag3, and was ex- - red. changed just in time to take part in the last battle A for the Confederacy. For nearly a year past he has been practicing at tile New Orleans bar, and ni old at the nnee time r g the study of the law in I be the library of that distinguished jurist, Alfred en, Hennen. Esq., in whose office he is still to be 010 found. ffe~r - "--~ -- - ro Foen TEXAS vIa BIoASIEAR CTY.--The steamers Ish of the Morgan line, which leave Brashear City on P. ea every Monday, Wednesday and Friday for Galves tly, ton. and Sundays for SEbine Pass, after the arrival tant of the mniorning trains from the city by the Ope at is lousaa railroad, anlbrd both a pleasant, cheap and expeditious means of going to any part of Texas which alhold attract the attention of travelers. E.- The fertry-bo ,ts to connect with tile trains from rcial the foot of St. Ann street at e7 o'clock, and the It train leaving the depot in Al':iers at $ A. m., i re f0---~ --- - SIGoE 0 n' SEWINg: MaCLIn.:s.-L- ike the steam ellgise and electric telegraph, tnh, sewing l na well chine if one of thile greet irimnlnphs of thie genius of S thi" - t; cen: t : and ilf tile first h :ve had tile 'flect ,,I btl-eneti:ng oeiety generally, ;at:l i the invento:. m et thereof will in future a:es he rankted 1mnn- pub el.tn h ,en:fact >rs, t!hi senwin machlnel has dolue it. o i' ti,e Iai't" no llger exist: and in-leud of nt I ,n anta-ntena, t'he 'atwin woman, by its h ,nhinee whilr exttela'hlnce Iten ev t.redly in the fronille. They are simple ani, a c-ily wok:,,. s·tronga. alt seldom gsnt out of re pair, and 'sill do any kind lof work, from stitching a leauthe ': trace to hemming the plait of a lilen Uto - c:uri: .-hirt. They do the work well and sub -tan.dally, and are excelled by none for rapidity -d oes motion. Messrs. Thos. F. rowne Co., No. 'taiug ' Camp street, are the agents of these valuable in an machines. Attention is directed to their adyer tisement, which appears in another column. Si.LTIIERNI TONIC--,J UTLIEIN TONIC After several years of sItucoisl trin Ioth in thiA . c'ty and in the country, at there iluest of al number of per~n b Inve been benefited by its le, we have c'nch.ded to p're heUt to the public A Southern Tonle. And trst that they y may not regard It ar a Quack Mline. cipe wa shon to neveral of the most prominent physicianl of this city and pronounced by themrn an excellent Tonic. Tih recipe wilb abhowu to any respectable physician who may desire to see it. Untloe the many remedlea that are offered to the public, this ronic does not cure every disasea. All that It clalms le its wonderful "power of RESTORING TIlE FUNCTIONS TO THEIR NATURAL CONDITION after havig been embarrasd by disese. TYIs TONICG iprescribAd by Phyaeicw. in the follwing INTERMITTENT FEVERS, BILLIOUS FEVERS, DYSPEPSIA, --a.FP- DEBILITY RESULTING FROM ANY CAUSE, Prlee-81 per Bottle. Wereit necesary certicate after cer:tiPera ecould he ap penced to this from well known citizeins, but we deem it use iess. God by all Drugpists. -PREPARED eT S S. R. CRAMIBERS, DRUGGIST, Corner Liberby and Erato treeta. HOTELS AND RBESTA iRANTI. pII.ENuIX HOUSE, H ..............ST. CHARLES STREET ............. DO (Next Door to the A--cademy ut Mo c. flefreehieg DeRnlie IN TEE SAMPLE ROOM. elthfu Eer e IN THE BOWLING SALOON. A flearty eR!l IN THE RESTAURANT. Rlaw, Stewed, Fried and Broiled IN Iile PL jTEOO : SLOOnL . Free Luneh IN THE SAMYLE ROOI, frm 1. ,. b. ntil i P. x. BB0 O lat"HOUSE, L NOS. 227 2223 and 213 CANAL STREET, (C'rner Basin.) New Orleans. 1ermN e. PRnt,Etr ient a dy I .SRCR-D.er. 1 A. Aill h 0ce bld a h , Ple , Pr ace & n Cd :o,.:., Propreto r, e Isto2 1721to112112. N~on 212 lIte 2ent WINES 12d Ly [.Givl af a ta ll, e in t',e f ity. F2uIIe ly rdoe 1 u pnr ISAMR UD CIT HOTEL.T. No . 7A CTl ROT 2EDlEET STE ERITS, 0 tion ..EtlUnS old. oIE te. T bovIERCE-a 1. MA.i o or D.) Price, aPierc thes Co., Proprlan t tha 2224 othil g S do.e Ro s ile It gontilyn of421141 e1 u. 115t NRAL & TO 2L RtTIE2t ItSr. S No. rAt S TurhE.s 7 TWeR ET. CA S ST lltheno dopent the public, thai th tte e best WINES a5 d it ire us a ca, bll, and st fur atyare l ce t inaIpe OUROUC CS HOEL nrirt Vs 1TRHTITOSELtAI UTREET ehh Th Proprietors of Mrrpea Hotely no. 9: t nd 10d St. Charles . ostreet hela notif the ablme that they aefnd it to their t am&ae to Ghin and Bo e them baoins guan elsewhereue the rill afstthe erhoieTat ind o ra at the her, pe . I Dinners and MeaSs of all einds at th Re otarat, and Board and Loding of a superior thtlq rt greatlf reduced pricit . itU. McK(GEO. H.CLOHKEY A - G MleSEAo' A. BTAURANT. wos. Na. 1 H8 CANAL STREET. BETXEEN ST. CHARLES AND Lion bnommedation, at the sacs old place and that they intend to eele CEASESE4D RUTPRTE,, Ip tinte it ras so many art enoyed, in thst ofsing one Iob of th 1 very fIrt Reutannts in America t t i lquo, eys on band. atnti 13 TC PITOULS STREET IS. (PAINETS, OLASS. ET. i 12 Term.-S pA r daW . O B2 OO E N NOUAE I S llhm nte finding his prealent lctlon too r mallU for the tcalls pc for aUccommodation, wtll,.on the 1t o Novembe th t Noe. 927, 239 sad 231 Ca .4l .treLt. B. 0 Cornmr of Basin Street, S.here he hopto be able to fish homE to a hiiend He reed e hardly state that his [able is now. es ever, andu ( pedassedthandtevery comfort will be enjoyed by patrons or OIL ,HOURS OF MEALS: NO. 19 ST. CHARLES STREET,EW ORLEANS, Between Common and Canal Streets, D.. SteSlla. ProHrletor, e 11 117 la SORLEAN HOUCOE- CLARKE & DOUGHTY, (GE1. H. CLARKE--WM. DOUGHTY,) I, Corner of St. ChrArle nd Common Streets. t Lunch every day from 11 to 1 o'clock. PAINTS, OILS, ETC. IC I C OOD (,H le HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTER, T G1 tiunlag, Graining and Mlarbling, Galazing, Whitewshlring and iWa!l Colhring. *10 Cuutomlhouse Street, (Near Royal street,) ,e 221 4 i 1.1211 20222 2 U. Canvas, Fine Celor. and Tools, Gold, Sliver and Oopp., , r beat, roan t S VARNISHES, al GLASS, BRUSHES, WR. Ae- NO. 76 Magamlne Street, ad One don sbove Paedr.: HrE AOISIRS, 1211 R1. p 1121 ELLIGtl d. -NS11 - (JAS. NLL2Ot .tN, C5012. T. Ng1S1,) 17 Stloneers, -1-4 I&lT.N.*er nd B Iroker, 1 IIISROFFIt'E-- tI G&C4'I0ER SI'PEI:T, l ave tChis da1 y ,5r5l2u i a c C:)irinerl5p t" 1 ra1-. ctilg a jGENIN.AL AUC'TIO)N and IDRONE tA(;Fv BUSINESS i .3 t u Ea E..al·.! !·l, 111e , p1"rc...; ýr ,.: 1 ,-; Sý- ?lortg.tF i-, ]l, l ., \1"e res ec' 1ll sr·ld it the .ltraou",_ of ,ulr fdet..ds and theo If a TILLIII C. COOK. it, Yi TI ~ AUCTIONEER, OFFICE--IBS GRAVOIR STI: VET. 1 l avln. hd ten S,,re' ex*.rieuc, ; ',n AV,.timtoer. I rp= spectn ll y flr ?..ernice.* t' th :erden'ltt , ,1 Nbw L)l;en, 3 r lohlsses litO llu, Fruit, L!tu ier, ii." r g ll Ilerel',dn ee gelle 1'C- ý' Parliculnr altoution gilen " n Cneerwriier's saler. Inru STORAPO E ...... ..... ...TOIE. cut S, R. LONGLEY, JOH'J M. pUTNA)I--DELA WARE. HOUSE, fronting on For.t aud now Levee, between Gircd sad idit Lafayea eireets, Th above Warehou.e neowbeing thounghly repaired with NO. new ioors, etc., we ill be reIpared to receive storage fo, abeFloor, corn, Oats, Vhcdat Brane Baggingand Re and all Kinds of Merchaan. i.. e LONtL. g CO. Refer to--C 1 A T. A. Nelson, R. Bleakley A Co., VLolett, Block S Co.. ý. S. Wallis a Co., O G Garner, Patton A DUg Iln, Conway, Bro., Lloyd R. ColemM GRE31T SOUTHEMIRN MAIL IROUTE I OW ORLETANS, JIACICSONAND GIREAT NOR.THETN, MISIRSSIPPI CE:ATRAL, MITMPHrI ANDCoIARLE,, T(ON, EAST TENNESSEE AND GEOBGIA, EAST TENNESSEE AND VIRGINIA, VIRGINIA AND TENNESSEE, AND ORANGE AND ALEXANDRIA RAILROADS. One Shied erand Sixty-six Miles Shone,, and~ Four Hoare qoicker Ibtan ay other routI from New OlellsC, Niew T or I, BaglR~e checked through. Fanre an low am the I redtt No detention anywThs en the iDLe. EieRgat OSlepinlg Cohes, on all Nighlt Trains. Tickets good u~ntil need. Its more and purchase TickesR vie reset 0 SoRtern Mai, l RoteI. For Th,,,,gh TiIke 4rdiormatin go toR l Csr,,ndelet street, 113 CSomon sheet, 11,1nnd5 St. ChorlS Hotel, and at the Depot f the Nse ODss, JRkoso soad 0reat Norhsheo Ralroa-d. JULIUS HAYDEN, Gsuesa Sntiwrn Paese~er Agent. pONT(IIHATBAIN IEAILROAD. SPRING AND SUMMER ARRANGEMENT Oa and after SUNSAY, pI15 S~55 ,s~ R rOad Rwl l U.ae H, Apria1st, 18K the 5 r'oR on thS rant TH. Hoff. ee a ,unit 292 555 .. R . k I b e . 7%o'loc k .x SeamTra 12 o'ClSrS .. I R'5105kP.UL 2 o' .. .. SR .. R. . D NI Hem COar. Fetoand trees heLsek, gem da,Ients. P55505-ra lfosOstlllp ssEn tism 1 RESIS nti the conduct. 5dor to departureth ram. PreIH eRs5sch resy. GEO. PANDELY, Genera) SpeRIntsEndR C (TJIYO T, SPEED AND SAFETY-IL Slin,:is Central Raiirmad-Qtlckest route from New Orleau to Now York and all Esotsm citie. TWO DALLY TRAINS leave IIRise msosstg end555555 on arrival of trains and steamers frees the Sundt Tist for New Orleo,. S Now York-.NS das-.. For thrugh Ilolsts apply tIar tIP ,e of So. Nowlfeon, Jackson Sld Great Norbther Railroad, 44 Inroolslss, 1II Com mon stree. Rrtlnds St. Char as Hotel. 32 Centl stret end Vepot, Wo. at oiose of ths Iinois central, 1i s HDiro. I HIGOHSITY, 315 .Vpe ffi ecui Chicago.pO W. P. JO HI 60N GoRen-l Pesssogo, AgoGan, COR B. IF. LONGLEY, GRemmel RIhso Agesnt. N.w OS-So,, MOBILE AND QAREAT NOITBEEISL RAILROAD ROUTE, Shortest Bonte Between New Orleans AND WASHINGTON. NEW YORE, BALTIMORE PiILADELHIA. BOSTON, ETC., ETC., Vie Mblile. DISTANCE TO NEW YORK ..........1.....7304 MILES TIMl-. TNEE AND A IHAL DAYS. Psosonss,-e leae dailylfom to IDspot oI the PeeSehIrtEI, 111lron 15 ( 54clock, con5ecti05 ilth the Morgon Lie oi Old ,,s, for 1obile, makRing ioseconnsection It Mobile with thle trainsa of the Mlobile and Great Northern Railroad for Rsos,-,ooSU, C,-IbsSo , SOOnns1h, AiSOIgt R, Atlanta, Chsrls,-on, KIno'o,,ie, Naselil,-, Loolseile, LTOiSbrR, Rihmood, Cmcinstd, ALL POINTS NORTH AND EAST. For iformartion sOa; Through TickH tHapply at the TICKET OFFICE, In thSe RotondR oT th SI. ChariEs Hotst. I C. L. FITCH, GISOTrI Agent. , Si(ahnd Oho RK.ilrnITl Tino OFFI IAL. Machin STATE OF LOUISIANI E rCUTIw: DEARTIE, tioned New Orleans, S.epthm r 19, Xh 16 9. 9 t gEREASdb , P. S. i8ltz Ia.8. appnie to ts o died Sfor the canoellln of his oieal hoond S e Clerk of rh o ecTand District 1;art of Ne irrleanm. to-wit : A oud, dalted tlle 'd day of Nvvemer, 1d6, for the s um ron No $ '.L), .algned by P. .Witet. as principal end acoured by s ecnla 1nurt9,,ga nn his preopot desrle.t iun aid bod--heasd od býeg condltionld f8 r t is faitbbil performance by ald P. S. W ltz. of his duties as Clark, aforesaid. Notice t hereby given to all person9 st)rested in said bondIpr to show cause in wri ng at the 4e of tlo Secretary of state odr ithin nlety days aer the last publicatio of this dvertise- smithh me why the sad bond should nod be cancelled ndonulled Lbed. Given, under my h0nd and .el of Star, as 9 bove and the in-wr dependece of the United Staltes the Lt A-r.-t. Syb 1 85 Ovro J. MADISON WELLS. D. CHA1tLS O. HADY, Anssistnt 8ecretary of Sti . ETAT DE LAomOss,. DEPAo r .sr8 LEOE 'EmCtr, Nouvells Orlbsans 1,e 14 septemhre 18686. ATTENDII qu'sppllstIto a teaflte s mes H[t ] pnr P. S. Wiltz. pour 1 cancellaltion de son obllglon St ofcielle comme gree er d e la Dac D ieme Courd d istri de Pitrved la Nouvelle.Orlban., voir : Ste5m Uoe ob9 ation date du 2 novembre 188. pour la somme de $50), 8)1 p.a P. S. Wiltzo. comme prl.cpal et tenne Fr 71 hEpotheque speialsuer soupropri9bt dbcrit das ladltsoblig tion; Ia dire obllgaien ti8ot 1ondltionue pour7 a dhle e.b cteon parledit . S. Wiltz, de e devlres ommeos gsreier de In D0eu1s0, Couo de District de I NIouvelle Orlas, sus. . nuHine S9r8a5oeE0e- DISOlns ELs dit Avislaset an consbquence donne I touter les personnes Intb Barelaee ('avolr praire eoua81tre par bcr8t, au burea db seer8. tsre d'Eat,.dasiles890 Jors qu, snlvromntla desnIbe pbUa. W tiodeeeltt proclamation, les raisos pour enfueslle le rlt8 Soblgalion no sralt ps lancell set aIusa e. Pipe Suana sous a signature t le Isean dse 'Etat , k datae c-desss et Is 91bse slou d Pl'ndespendan dss Etats-Unis. All 0d J. MADISON WELLAS. 5 Parsl les Gonverneur: 018,9968 9.0.0899. Ass 4 1 S::rrn. i Ofr O'rmt SaPb SrAT, OF Lo1E1ANA, bl.CUTli DEPARnlsEN1, S1ir New Orleans, April 7,186n. WERN S Rs ppt.lt.1IItlon h sss .. be 5stle t Wn 5me Fsr tiU e cnbelling 9of the ol181d Bod of. CHAR LES P. WHITE has lerk of t8 e Fifth District Court of New or lens, to-wit: A Bond dated the 21st of November. 1559, ill at oril osum f ve tlommd dollrs. signed by Chales F. White P a principal, and Gobriel DeFerri t and Frls Robn as secu- Srs rities each ln the sun of Five Thouaind Dollars, the condi- .a tions of s8id Bond being for the faithful performance by the sad Charles P. White or hs duties as Clerk aisresid. o Notice is hbreby gi8en to all p8rsons iterested in te aoe 1 rt describer d Boll, to sow cause in writing at the oslce of theba Secrelarly of state withiuniety days from the lasb ublicb trs ot this advertiemontl, why tie atd Btolnd should not be b ca1,c!led nods anl nn lled. teGiven oder my hand and sel of the State as above, an oTa er the Independency o tirh Uulted Slates thle ninetieth. J. 00J.I889) WELLS. By the Governor: ST J,. H. HAnnR, Secretary of State. la TAT D>: LA LOUtsIAR. DEPARTg'N.I. DB V ExxJetr I J N1.velle-olerlea1e I A-18110. S t AlTTIEND . qu'appltctlnon a erle Ptltelep .onr E cancAllstios ds bosd s CieDlll de Charle F. hitso, lr1mm grelier de tl ciuaibeme Couic do district de P. Nouvelle, ss leans,bals Nlnembro, 1819,pour , -a Lne oeMeid tl°u dates du 21 de Noccri olaM.Oor la Somme de $1 O lgnb, par Charles I'. Wnte c, mma prll. 1ipl. et Gabrel De FPrist et Pelis Rob1n clome pr5l1clll ¶i e19ur)t8es5 bhbcune pelt 8. so9)1)e te Os 25,80 11ire oblIU abti.n 7t988 eo1dltlonn)8 pour I ladele ex1ectoln parsle N. Ilt bLhar!es F. Whtes, do ses devors comme Greser 1us Arls set par e pr.bset lonnB k tobls so q 5lont lintern8se dans 1dite oblialbtio, de mo8trbr i cas e1 befit, U9 be ral du secret81re d'Etat, peuda7it quatre-vmg8.diL x Jor 8pr7n1 c Ia derllerepubllcation doe st is lesl raisoua pour lqu8lles l la dle obligaton ne ser1il pas eicell1e et au1ulbe. Donnlle sea m9 main avec 1.e scB d'Etat, -sme lsusdit, A el de l'iu'8pedence dcs Etats-Unis, le 9qu8atrtosts . Ill P ar l Gouverneur. N J. MADISON WELLS,. J. H. HARO. Secrbtllre d'Ett. C SUMMER RESORTS. II NHE ENW WATERING PLAC.E GRAND ISLE HOTEL. A A The new and staunch passers r stassme SAN NI8OLA,5 Har1ey 1 master, wulAl lesaves the head o1f Harvey'sCanal, op5 A te ltoll L)1ding, Louisiana Avenue, EVERKT SATURDA18md )TUESDAV , ,t 3 o 8oclk P. 8., 6br Grand Isle HIoel, PFrt 18.1 )n8sto.u BasratsO and lIntertellate sladin .g anI e r8u1119 00N DhA audl8iU2 SDAY811ln~g; ashlebl6l8t8u78bpthrou1 lakes and baysto the sea shrl.. Fare to the sea shore, meals 8 n11ded1............S The o9el is now 7pe8 a.d ready for the reeeptlo9 of vlsltorl, with all the reuisites and lomi'ortls of a f9rst-l. hbtll, ofer inI she advaltage of surf-bathlng, faefih li.g, oating an other amusewent. ofthe see-coaat.berms: surroulded by magut bl8entlive-o.1groves, gblngample 1 ttdeII Land plIeas1t ren 1 [treaTdiringthehKet of hedav. to RATES-Board per week, $1: Transient bsarders, day, $3. A A. MIAROIT JObLY. Proprietor. HARVEY & 11oAHON. Alust. 9 88. tlb~h ln." tr9a, OCEAN BPRING HOUTAEL- D _ Thes sbscrlble repect5i5u1 informls the pabl!ct thL b pop7l9 place el'Summer Ro6ort1 is NOW OPEN for the re cepfnont Gue., I '..aeeomm. atiou whichhe is prepared to offer to th public are not surpsed bs th9e 8 of any Watering Place H,,el r 18 the conmt?, and his TABLE IB SUPPLIED 1ITlI1 EVERY DEL1CiY of the place and seuxn, In the :lmb dlsa0 vil1nity of tile5.8ab Springs Ilotll there ore 8.lphub and Chtlytle ste Hlprlngs, Wh:charecealehrated or m00100n0! profperltis. Invlilds wll cItnttn0 hve ea r .litloral BATIs1, ,s wail a1 the bet fi hiub '1r . i9S-- ill o1 very moderate 1 1,,r fin;)is anll9zing room s t!'° sor 51: 7 Salon, T.c. , l' I 0No Fl.B tOAD REWU.SEII . R,& h Y1lui Cotton nlld Tobatcc Fnaetors and tl eovzra| .a*.s 1)991. h IG s18 8ilau8r 18 M b-L, D, NEW O .P5I 1s1.4 lDU9 , 098 Whole9sale rocer9 olno ,om)st9on M , Gil' . 1 Pchasnts. [. consigameut of Cotton aud otber Pndnre * o abnave a r Cotton Factor and C, mm l or t Ier ant. RE pAPER AND STATIONiETy WAR.HOUS) I Ith Nor. 8.1ad 8 009MMON STREET. 8 for Wehavel store a arge and ex',ens8ve sstk of PIfrnt.e Id all Wrapping and Writing Papers., st1tioney BlRlk Soots ·Iltt SehoolBooksand FancyyGood.. Adaptedtoevor)braneb of trg19 d 18 and 8o8 Ple l8llr l 0s. 8st prices. STYEVENS * SIEYOU AIAC(; ~ iN~kl. ______I U IAC IJI NXSS2bLS STEEL WOZKA, 2j PITT: BUR(} PA. PARK, BROTHER & CO., -NAN*rACat:Rax. oy All De~srlptlns oef Cat and Geemma Steel, -VANRYNTAD- EQUAL '10 ANT IMPORTED OR MANUFACTURED IN .THIS COUNTRY. Beet qs.Rty Releed CART TOOL STEEL; SPRRIO, NA. CHINERY, FLOW, BREET ed SHEAR STEEL; RAILROAD, SPRING and FROG SBEER; LOCOMO TIVE. ABLES, CRANE PINS, PISTON RODS, SLIDE BARS, FIRE BNOX d FLUERPLATE, e15 .raeh Woareheouse OaR 2and 44......RAYIERN MARCH f.15. .2 ead 44 Betweene Ul and Bsoad erse%, BOSTON. MASS OLIVER fiUN?, Agest %yINTEW·S IMPBOVZD PORTABLE CIRCULAR SAW BULL, LaSS'S Patent fat and P 'ed Work" NO "We ceas l setllz al SSS.S to otte "IMPROVED PORTABLE CICUAR SAW MILL," rit"LANE'S FATENT SET AND FEED WORKS," .eeeeoftbe defs I.r ellseges elelmed tbere.Srbelg as folow : - Tb. hebnstantaeoseand aeotIlnsy SaleS, "tSS" dftS losg by the man .eondinsgts rn, with a. .gle motion lbthe S bsnd, endra .ds, a t onee As sples e f t ,a l o n AS wise Abjlls breakagedorderoabem..S e- log,of abetSar led Iegth, beleg set at both andse es and tA sbeme tnasaot oS h time by the Sayee ,,s Abo, Rtatse; 5an deAs !eooseg ler I ts n thIebhic knes,, the lb r~alla brgh i, bease. wet 2d-The saving sesouredot oly I the nbesarl of hands .Spliy sebd Albo tolh. bat She, ,ssaeof shat wbich b dAS F mor s.impotanc. 5o-wt15 the worklng tius sfl the mA' ,soudssly Illustrated, perhaps, wleSt l stated sHat a D the I " eetom ime' venally required by Gthr mubi, wa areablto 2 d '"lrU baek," "st." and cc aSotber p1.nk! The ee are en.sSId to tusbSttbs twenty fee e lanh(i rSqaotdl isea Sgl. I minute! Accoaeted for is pert h the feet thASthe tlawl A most a esoisiu~y esg tged (the rmMb"I" time xcepted) W Actual work from t mnsoenttestbeno l tplae nAl £ emiiisly cevested Ino lnmbal S'-Th, pecniier errangement of the ."Feed Works," hereby thS "e-lp" .ass " eeeSr and Ie" alays inedlent t the -abSL blelt asngemnt is avoilded, and 55 lel, on ,lstn tnowaue " tarting" and "e top 5)" SSAllInglF eestedi 4th-The seblumd and perfect proportions of thbe M11, AS ather writh its ornbts5Alse of bStesA Mandoel;, "Babbl, Mletl, 'Pelf.Oilllg aSd Sallfju*Lbfo Boees," thS heqssnb astn.iron k ppte on the riagse f r the sl,,g,. d the unsusall beabuty o iblSheb, eSS llmB the other S ebSblbrs wHbp eAlss iarly cli-ractede obr MII, and blhch seure for it teo ehil iubldilSon of theIbspSStiel. b ,,e rSf5Ies see s 5 ,sEsiasSr e lwsS.,t to se for O 1111 aIl l thaIti required. bld all that is asked I. any neetasee Sto insure s i\ ofttinrenenamely: -,As examinatinO~ before pur b , . U"slse tiSb. We e wse, very oopeetlI General Coa isin Merchants, Sn.4 Broadway aw S' AR-tb. U-' :oleLo PATENT SEr WORKS" Applied fae~c`i:y in Mille ofoer cieSterJna SINRAE A gsEDDSNGTON. AgrsAor thS s s.e Mill, r Nn. 63 Cllrondslet street. DOW3VDAllL, HM RINrB a CO.. WASHINGTON FOUNDRY. Engine and ]Maehise Shop, COPRER OF SECOND AND MORGAN STREETS, ST LOUIS, MO., Manefact'eors of STEAM ETOINER AND BOILERS. SAW ANDC GRIST MILL MACHINEY. A Circs, See 1ills, Qouse. MiII,, Tobascc SSree. and Prsepese, `Lard Keblel, Strei, and Cylinders, Wool Carding -' Ihinbe, SMbIey Sow MIll,, eta, etcb, constantly on hand. Agents flr the tale of JAMES SMITH A CO.'S upserior lI Slbch Crds. - e are prspaed to rewre orders fSr any of the abtse me. Nllsed Mbbhinaey, etg., and wIll flrnibh any Infsrmetloe s deltide LAMB, QUINLIN A CO., ,s 1 60 Thonpltanls sreet Si NOTSCE-DANIEL EDWARDS. at , a 8 d IUW·;Lr· l~ pg... Sa.SO an.d 84 New LevestweaR. New Oreans6 id I. D5ARedAbH tlmnrithmenand m0.555,, A seset~es ,,,rder sblsll s of Copper and bhSt. In Worker, BlesS' j Rithdesl andBsrbs Ftlehsdr And Pinishes. The loeeg .Neb n- l hd~aractr o[ thin ones le t Vaantly uarntee hot art Ssworkchrkendtr seodhim wlll )e sVacantl and en tsmlDSrlv sz ted Tb C. MsCAM- F. C IRON AND BRASS FOENDER, CCCLTON YI LACES, 50555 D51E AND 555 .Taib ,550 New Orleans Offee-1OR PSlton Street. of Hb, on bond at all tim5s new and sscond-handmsd abinesr Os for 5te5,5,5 5, sepaw Sills. aSn 5uga PlesslnSe. As Particula And prompA IrsSeti5o paid to AStmshilp ead Steamboat npaira. ma7 S~fiYOND. D8IB a CO.. STEAM BOILER MANUFACTURERB. ber Loo PFs.esse LSeeotSS% Fised aed Cylinder Belle,,, 0U15 uo· 1lr, Fllter a,5J51eiBSHOaS made asASN 55b-' ShortestNsSAe xo. Weaspe5SSfsellySsll loAO for Hllers dSlb'5acnTn ic, oAsdt co'neotionc, ac Fire Proofs, Grate Ban, Btaaa and Sepia PiAes, VP a ,cla, ,, Chimnleysand BrsbsS. all of s hlh 31i1 let. be lmishlrbd at tholoeasA Iosedts pl ., All rwork ssxcued At Oar . RAmebe eCll ba gsaranteed eqseL Is point of soemaneldp and material, ts*any In Ahe sip or .1-inhre. ,,.Planters, Nerchanlt and.d(lssoehl Agentsela 125ee5f l - inited to causlbed s the wort and pelAB a is 126IBFOb T , I Street. belos.Nsoletr Dame and JelIeRaeets OO8b. OOLDINW. CONIO3LTING ENGINEER AND DRA9TBEIAN Plana and Speellecaton· made for all kind, of MachiWOt. Surveys caefully Instituted and .psidstloneutttn pUSSt the condition and rsquircemnt. of the Halls and Macbtoery of Steamship. sad Steamboats wNl be praraptl fhMIohed Partisseontampletin Lrrpnrehnse or Steaships ad Btsa on boats would do well to base then uuqhlnd before bnyla. NSovelt Z..s Works. Corner Delowd and Now Loves treets, New Orleans SHAKU1PEAHE IAEON FOWNDABY, N Oi..d s.B.t, NewO81.Um SI m (JOHN ((EDDES-JOS. A. SHAKSBPEI&E-S. SWOOP 0edd,8, Sh..kopeswoT i CoI.. Iron and Brio· Founds . end Machinists, maana~stsSS ev variety of steam Eninesa sogars Hill, Drainin usahloee Mill nod Gin Gearringg, Grate Bar Star rodu, Colnmns, Saab Weights, eta Blacksmith Work of all kinds ¶THOMAS B. BOULEY * @0.. NO. 9 PERDIBO STEaET, (AdloIH5g M.sonic Enttdng C3IRCULAR SLW MILLS, STATIONAIY AND PORTABLE STEAM ENGINES, Circular Ort.tO, M7l and Male -8sal Otm .YIA.; Wh Bll,. ..d oltlsngppotsott. BhSthaf Pg .n11 .nSB.IttsS. All descriptlon of Pllstation M85lss and ..kg5i5lts Implsments. We keep ooSul on hand a fSS.11pplS y of OANE OASES, P'LANTATIONiAND ROADWAGONS a T.mber. Wheslesud Wheelbarrows o5. ,lsSO85ssono 1 fa of J01hn1.Bdiesy, Whsseing, Va. Ws have sann...1.n lth estos1,S Fou1ndries and kh. Nbopels Bt. LothlsilleCO1Db~tttlsd dPLeburg tlsagh shlh we sae ps laosd to o 5tr.M for ay cloe of massl11 on most Oaosrable terms and deUvr anywbere north at No Or leans-.is .f 8re1.15 THO0. B. BODLEY A (510 BAKERIES.` h b OL`WR ANA BAHdEET. B tEALS A MILLER Haz e .taueiOvollir DEPOT from No. 53!z COtmon str... to18. 9 FPolto and in. 11 Now t..Lc, bet... u l Camoo. e 1. and Pxlirier street+. - U MjAtOABNT -UMARGART NOU1HERY BOOCESOSO TO P. D'AQUIN `0O. flsd ostd Crues.15. Bakr.e 4,I· . 78 NEW LEVEE STRETET, `NW ORLEANS, between Poydrat and LoffattcEtreelt Kesel cnnetamotir on hand Ayr Iago aoewtmt of BRRAI - LEAl;EEBO. COJlIE BIOUlS. o e 91 VVý:".HZu MC. IA. (. MEBON, T. CALDER. H. RIDDELLI; O OIMERCLIL BALEIT, E.G. UA" tend 2.54 Tchuooptonlnssto.re", 011005, NO. I ICHOUHPI'IEUL&O 'STREET, Now Orlesn., lfl ; ttt-a nn bend all kindO ot Lb5.5 BNEAD ABLA us: SNhembbn14, Ship and Private 11mlls, S.op .dot Erer prn~srrm. at aill tmer, to till ordslursi ' anon NIO'UIT, PICNIC B EIl'II A'l fi. 0. 11D, 100 Do. I ih .101 . BI'FPItI` 1n.. ).; U30 C. 1"': 703311 NOtS RR );TON pnf 1AtCNGlER N16I. "'O PB T vvR1AI ~' Y . I iOaOTDOBAI5E1 400115 AND12 ALDIINI 5· . 5. ELES$ING, 9nD I holesale and Retail Dsatel In E OTOGOAPEII.CA INSTRoUMIENTSl, I 'Fll)ROAPITIC MATERITLS, PIOTCORAPHIC ilALBUMS AN:) P80980, --- PHOTOGRBAPHS OF CTELEBNRITIS. Ft. J' Xad Itli.pl pei l tteaton to hie.10.s and eplandla sttok ot I A.tnms. .d Bible All,,,, whlih he is selllng at REDUCED PRICES. His stocL .ooopait..l al sires, kind. and Qtslalts. tooisdiug the PATENT P05GB BACKS, .hich, for drabllltit .oSlot eneetl td. Etrs PHOTOlja~PPS of 611the Generate. Vft. tf oho 51510 cb of and fancy anblects I. great variety p'tin and Colonrdd PHloToGRAPHERS, city and ebonrrr, supplied rlr~n ever rtlale Ilesd in their bonna, at lowes~t ="its Iate 8E Send for Catloguesw309lthprl - J. GONEEA US COLUMN. 2( ... ST. CHAEIES SRZN' 20LE....... 2 DRUGS, MEDICINES, CHEMICALS, PAUl OILS, GLASS. 0TH STUCP, PUIUMUMS. racy heeds. MI m~lewlC JAES ON8EQaL, So. 7 ST. CHrgLES f R ES. NEW O bf·I(S ' B.XUg.ogdedw, by latet aI Sti 0155 sea ofl Pin and NEW D1kUGS, In sddItss to th.Iie les exmoe1.m e ti~tned 2 m m prw edLs npp? tl Ura ad lmor wne, f theDEUG SRADE SOUTH. 5000si0 g .ldU ond.Opert f myNookl : Add, allklS hklobol. Bdho coeto, am nt4 eeb.aa Bin. k15 A00 i.Bo, Boris, Elo.VIGI. CSome, Brlmotos.. CeothsotieS, C.*toOI1, Chlboeld.Ida. Chalk, ,lQ4eSwW~ Concentotodla tbiolws.im SClreamo Ttu Coppm, Indigo, catleFishBea t k iglwo., Ipec.o, M oodk, [or0, QHeosore. QXos5.. a- ~u ~~Optsm., RottnSton 2.05*,oeheW kL Solpho, Pomtositoo*, Tanis, SyrbII Epsom Salta, drPnl Varnish, "White Lad toOli EthrmtcPII., BssOIISeS, Onmbog.. onetolt.Nd ai staoos,. 5011., Fla Seed, Onm., AotO. Ho Seed, gems., Gnm Besnoz, Gioser, T Gm Shellac, GuOsAmsA dlta, Gnm Myeoh, Oson Cssphdw Gldyer.e, OGan T0ogho5O, Fop.,GlOh., 00 Bergamot Ho.Odfte.O. Oil, Cod LOer, lo ty is Ol Asis, SOil. Cod Lier., drk, Oil, Cinnamoo, ad 01,010.. plots and qesty. OL, Croto,, og 001,$ GSasI. 01L, o.,e Peope;, bOlek, o01, Peppermint, P05 P*b, C1splntm OI, Wtotsrg,.m, Pay Pepper, Ogyse, O.tpots, Potse.., Iodide, n` Sena. Bbnbab, So,..,.Z.Cn: Eblosilo Spon,.. Sios, rols aontdbe.,, Altsa Sods, Bltorb.Sot. S0oa, SNd White Was, PEUPUREET, 55111 Goods, Sut.01oe.o -Cologn.. Sideesba, ml, TI OmhSOOOm, PUNmi.Idwo. U.y oopa, phfi sed 11.03 505.n PXadteot.mS ad .oott.oe m AN5 GONUSAI5 Elk Oboets umS HITBBEL'U sUYAIoOH OLD CABhINET BRANDY, (MEICATE: Alf UNEQUALED LEEBY FOrI DILIZBmX& ITUMMER OO4PMPeA HqOLERA, CHOLERA XORBUD, B bBNIINd PAINS IN THE UOWJMW CHRONIC DIARRHEA. It Is highly appaved by the Medial taeel tor Chaste of Water and DIes. -s S * THE CABINET BRANDY Has bee uead wtth alamst luapesetteted uuum B. W Psut Tweney Te.'. to oaues of DIANRERAB. OCflOIY SOBDGB. COLIC. eta BOLD BY AILe DIUGGISI, AND SYBl BOTTLE WARBANTED. EtEIIEL'S O XOELEBbATED GOLDEN BITTIRBI A PURELY VEGETABLE TONIC IavBeoratlaz and *BreBBZthenBSZ Forrsdfle the system e·lnst the evil effest a! oawholdua Pater. For sale is aIlplrts of the orld. pOENTRAL DEPOT-Ameiacan Exprese Bldlatei r aHudson stree. New TssL a tlsatsatq-Hndsoae Ii . CEO. 0. EUBiJIL No . BOLE AGENT, J. QOeEGALe ED WHOLESALE DIRUlGOIBT, Was, ip, so.........U.....Cha W e NIP ONLRILAII