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ýtenminir; ['hueauing Pt j24od 1a.
AS ADVETfTISED IN TlE I)AILY CRESCENT.
Monday, October 1, 1856.
MIbl'e . ........ FRANCES, Walker-Cars........4 P
Watering PlaceIs. ,..CAMiELIA, IIiloLhsleo-Cat o " .Ol AM
LafP. phe.. ..p....ALONE, Ilnlg ....................5 iM
Opelousas ... .... . Ir. . D. IIND , Ilinckley ...........5 '1
Bayou r......... rb .NINA SIMMES, treathouse...... 5 1'1M
SPEI:CIA, NOTICES.
-- Notice to Ttis Payers....By order oftise
AUDITOR OF PUBLIC ACCOUNTS.-- II tax payers ow.
ng propertyln tile First District of tshe city of New Orleans.
are relqulired to pay their State tares 5or til year IP5, on or
before tile Brt day of October, otherwise their property will
become mortgaged to the State, and assoesed with twenty-8ve
per cent. additional taxes, and two dollars charges on each
piece of property so mortgaged. TH08. ASKEW,
State Tax Collector, First Distilet.
Office 110 Carondelet 1treet.
- Cnnoer)! uancer! 1 Caneer I!!! Cured
n a few hours without pain ; Asthma, by an antidote that
never fi tl : Rheumatism, by the Electlc Magnetic process;
Consumption,.by i new system, without medicine; all other
Chronic Diseases by special treatment, at the Magnetic In
rmary, 422 West Fifth ltreet. Tie most distinguished Mag
netio Doetress and Clairvoyant of the age in attendance. Un
exceptionable references given. Send for Cfreular to
PROF. IIARVEY,
Lock.box 9.5, Cinclnnatt, Ohio.
- Yosno MoLe'lo Benevolest Association-
The officers and members of this Assoclation are hereby noti.
ied that the Regular Monthly Meeting will be held on MON
DAY, October ist, at 7Ui o'clock P. . All members are re
.nested tn be punctual.
By order of: JJ, DUBALEN, President.
L. A. RtC.lrns, Seereltory ptr. tem.
- Offmce of the New Orleansu City Mallroad
Company, New Orleans, September 19, 1866.-At a regnlar
meeting of the Board of Directors of this Company, held this
day, a dividend of Five Dollars per Share was declared, pay.
able to the gtockhllder on and after the 5th of Octolbr next,
the United States Internal IlResvu Tax on which will be
paid by the Company.
L. DOWLINR, Seeretaty Pro tem.
- 8peo oll Nsitoo.-i Ne w Orleans. Siptemo
tor 7, IAi;.--Olice of the London and Lancashire Fire Insur
ance C'ompny.-TIhe rate if Premiums for Insurance being
reduced by hil Boardlof Undorwriters, this Company is pre
pared to take Ritk' on all de!criptiios of property and con
uirm to the new tariff. Discount to be current rate as per
tariff.
Bly order of 1th1 B.,,rd. JOON T. OEATH.
Secret ary.
-- Speclnl Notice--The ousl-er slgned,--raite
ful Itr t ,m liherl patroiarla hertofre ,lestowed upon ttoem.
take thib method,of Ifor.ning the publi is that they are pr0
pared, ln .ineti~n withl their speel.dty inr te ItReal Estate
cnlld eraOl i-tAnt,, Dind Brlorale luilneso, t devsote tl;eir
partich: - Attntn t tlhe PURC:IASE atld PALE of
CITY (MOlRTAGE PA 'AER, IANK' STOCK, INSUR
ANt'E S('RI', and other Locol iHenrities.
The ·uhri.r ftcllim'ie which a tl. omcbt knowledgle n l our
tor.lo, will np-e, 1r ,0, y t onlo.ntt oti l. tn (Ciptiulists
atrolu., i., s ,y h: pl*pilrty t o , lII., andi are obiltged to
realize nrn their rnllrtgag+, paper, can byour attraction of
Caital . sii ~llriy hnefitteod.
i,'en thie ictoo stoi iion ht it hia s o tmmencdl, we pir!or.e
hay;st W..k v A a;ion gle. ,f the later claue ,, Securitiee
p.t,,',An. -1,WIar h.ove to Ib &Id with','[ limlit.
OGr t1r TIt1tdAS L. MAt'ON willi havespeiial ,arge ,
this prt:
U. E. GIR\RDEY CO., A.,otinrecr
(tlic-t Ni 1t Ey bhaneiO Plae,
BRrtween ancal and ('un-th.rnhost rel. r
- NeM w Orleans, Os pelonsns and Great
We-ttm E.o,sroad, Hoptmbher 1. 19F--Passenger Tralns
leave the Depit in Algiers every morntin, at 9 o'clock, ar
riving at Brasaear City at 12 1. Restornin, the train !ca.vi
I-.raO:ea, ;: y at 1 P. m., arriving at tgler, a: 5 P. m.
On OWed-nm-.., a ).eilal Paernger Train naes the Al
;ier D)cný,t, for Br.shear ald Way Stations, at 6 A. . The
ferrybo at leave the font of St. Ann street at 51¢ 'el, ck.
On Sundays the s pecial train leaves Algiers at 9 . o . FPer.
rybioat it 7i . it o., i n. tiLt.
Tlhe railroid ferryboat leavens he foot of St. Ann .treet,
opplsite Jackson Square, every morning ,at 75 o'clock,
connecting with the retliar osso ner trains. Free ferry
tickets furnished to all panies who procure toheir rail.
road ticks ailtie Company's ,liie ,69 Canal street, or at ne
ticket !fice on tse terryboat.
Excursion tickets, to and from any station on the road, sold
Ireduced .tI-.
Firstli.o ssteamers running to New Iberia, and eil inter
mediate landings on the Teoeh, make daily connectior., ex
cept on Sundays, witb the trains at Brashear City.
Freight received and delivered at the railroad ferry land
ing, at foot of St. Ano street, every day, Sundayp excepted,
for oandl from all stations on tshe rod. and for and from all
points on Bayou Teche. G. W. R. BAYLEY,
Chiefl Enuinr and OGenesral Superintendent.
- K . G. C.--ML embers of the above
Organi-oion as !oirebv ordcre I t report themelves at the
OLD IIEADQUARTERl. over the Age 0arroomi , without
delay,l d Urin the next Six Dlys.
Drt Rlt sI. Austi, Su.cretary, will be In at'ndince at the
above i:li I. ito fto-m imemlers tri the 1,1jec0 of th!. ch
----peet Notlese--At persons wanting In.
formatitlin re2td lto prisoners of war who died at Camp
Dougas, Ill., will please address E. S. JORDAN,
Bo Its R, S Pi,"sp. I7t.
- Omeesrf the Trostees and Attorneys of
the Assoilated Bonodholders, Creditors and Stockhildtrs of
the NeB Orl.os. Jackiao tnd Great Nosrthem Hailraid
Compruy, New Orleans, April 17, 1466.-Notice is hereby
given so the holders of the First Mortgage Bonds, Oeneral
Creditts and Btockh-lders of tbo New Orleans, Jackson and
Great Northern Railroad Company, that a plan to the re
orgayn aton of ite Company and an aoreement based thoreao
is now open fot inspectio and the signature of Bondhaders,
Creditors and SBackhiderea T t the oLee. of Messrs. Clarke t
Bayne, No.I2 Camp street.
THilOS. ALLEN CLARKE, Vice Chairman.
REMOVALS.
IEMOVE2D ...... .. .... .... E.. OVED.
' : TLLE'E C.lMMER(CI.AL COLLEOE AND TELEL
O;i, CT:H IrNTeTo'TE bh. been rip mo e to tle, Commodiohus
, ;IdIng":ý ý: qiVenl a2 ('amp Ll-teet, e'n~r of Natche z. Opet.
0T x nthtit , ti,+ jllnju bPeen rEfrnlsbed, th. eonrse of In
ttl" cti,, olten,.le; inks and Stores cnnecte . remone
in r, srired aud paid; girl odv atlnallp y honght .xtd sold. the
bont' :x regu.' rly kept, an ll all the attelldant drit;es o{ ibe )ter
than 1, B,',tk kepo ,. Correspondent and Clerk, rar practrcaliy
Halrf, DAdevd , o t toe std 11 nt.
All 1rFrm s inter, \ted in Cmnme-einal Education are respect
fllyv Irviteds t visit noel examillne ":b merits and adantngs.
of tf,, n old nlrd poplI1ar institulttn. For circulars call et the
Office, ,,o. adrN,,s H+EORp ESOULE, NC e Orleans.
RE MOVAL........................REMOVAL.
Oar Cfe ND remov ed to.No. 5 BConne stree. scod flooEr
front r(,o nt+. Q5-er Now OrTeans Expres. Company.
SMHARVEY, ITMAHON ARR.
R Y t EDMO VAL .......................... OVAL.
Cs NOWCEII, CASES' CO.
A. B. ADAMSLnac r emoved f N. 1 toLC S Tt er
-REi) OVAL ..... .. .. RE........ AL.
We .·nae Remoe aup r Offiby e to Noi 1S Cronlet et.
HIRVEILL RIARON & ON0.
E lOVALD ...........................REOVAL.
L CHENOWETII, CASEY & CO.
lo No. UNINod o STREE
84 .......... ... eB Let e Btreet...... .... .... .
i ,r].v. ,-At WI, LIAM, W. ATIA. LERICH. AND
N wle O ri lv,, e I. e t, illoih l 1 .iJ I rienda alld ptrn)ns that
The auve CO,ed his btaeo fron NIo 7 ('bio. stre to No. 11
aerndelae t utree. (thirld hll lv yr s tr e PEdAnn eet.) wherel t
will keoo a line.:a ock nf,::,,d . Toankin nis friend, and cus
lolmr. flr Clst IAvOrs, lio wo ul, repcfotlly Su.citO a coSiC -
atmeo o tl r their lplr"mego
All rPlmair. n Watchep , Clorls and oewelry oill be don in
:hbe eletwnrk olnlle Iil a m ller aInd ant eelll'PIe.
eAL OIL. .........................COL OVIL.
Our rOice is reaorSed to 1 GRCOAVL OIL.E STEET
e for merlcy EAoccupi , by LOIS & CO.i Co.
lIORNHILL & RICgIIARDSON.
New.Orlienta , Sept!.r~ l 1. 166 .
RE dO VAL ..........................REMOVAL.
l have removed my offiee to o. 16 UNION STREET.
WM. E. LEVERICD.
New OdeF..s Ansst 27. 1866.
GE.O. H. BRAUtHN--Jndg
JOHN C. KUZAC--Constabl.
The above COnlt hb, been remowed t- the sne. r of Cor
,ercis, Place and St. Charles street Ed.enco-26 Cormter
aOAL OIL ........................... COal4 OIL.
vv .W cases CO)AL OrL.
For sale by UEARNY, BLOIS & CO.,
62 Magazine street,
MISCIE LLANEOUS.
pACE, LAVENDER IT HARPER,
fAS. . PACE, f Yin'a--W. . .LAVENDER, of Tenncs
nee--\. IIAIj'EI ,, f Alai n' .)'
Cotton and Thobacco Factors,
GENERAL COMMISdSON MERCHANTS,
S...... U........ U nion Street ....................GO
Nl.w Ilnt.v.A*n, LA.
T. R. WALKER & LOYDI).
PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
66 and 68 OGraler Street,
New Orleans.
B R. FORMAN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
No. 46 Carondelet street, New Orleans.
Kentueky Commlnsloner.
JOHN H. NEW,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Has removed his Ofce to the corner of Camp and Gravier
streets, over the Canal Bank.
T. A. BEARTLETTE.
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW,
Has Removed his Ofrce to
02 Camp Street, lUp States.
JAMES R. CURRELL,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
ST ...................R oyal Street..................57
WALTER V., CROUCH,
GENERAL BROKER AND AGENT,
No. 43 Natchez street, up stairs.
GRIEFF & BYIRNES,
--UAVE IIEIMTED T
THEIR OLD STAND,
Noa. 42 and 41 Thenbpltonlas Street,
('orner N.achez A:'ey )
OFFER IFOR SALE
OX) hbl. Heavy Me PORK;
'awV t o. i'l.,c Leaf LARD,
6, t.. OSg HAMS;
rJ .. Rawsn .
lxi) b,.nes Star CANDLES--- 13 and 6 0 z.
2rl half boxes
L!l ;a ks BSnn S1,OULDEI.S:
I2' bilxes F-,,, STARCH.
7,l bb!,. St dl rd S 'rLa sed ; L' P.;
f' .. .. I',Gwdered .
4 esrs, (,od len.Ad IILK;
1(u) b.+x. Batimore OYSTERS--I I. cans.
li firkins Choice G,,-hea BUTTER;
15. .. " WesAtern .E;
9) bbli. Lard OIL.
Lauding from Seamer 'ocrda-
l. bbl:. Pre en & Merrill YEAST POWDERS;
2Ld quarter-,xes ( )DFIS11;
its .White Navy5 BEANS;
25 .... Shore MACKEREL;
10! boae, Sealed ItERRING.
W EEKLY COMMERCIAL CIRCULAR
PRICE CURRENT.
LF-SEET, NOTE SIZE....40 CENTS PER DOZEN.
With aoiw to the onrenienc of our patrons aed co.
moreol friend,0enrly, we shal isrue, every SATURDAY
MORNING, alter the let proximo, ,
Weekly Comm ierloS CIrcular and Prlee
Current.
II1If-1heet, Note Site with Merchant Name at footl, at the
redleed rate of 40c. per Do0er.
W re peffNlly.-olicito rder frlm Merch!nt and others,,
end oul6 think hem to send o their fivora without delay.
YO R06. BIItAIIT L CO.,
PrI'ce Currenot olfee,
S10l., 20. 1` r .. 129 and 131 Gravier otres
UNDIIE j........... . ...... .. UN I ES,
2 56rk,,in Cholce lo0o,,h B'UTEII.
]IN Loxe, Northerll CHtEESE.
:S) boe- BRANDY CHERRIES.
U..'sale 0I BLEAKLUY & CO.,
. . ' ,dr e'rdr Rnd W ehaluphtnlua· Mreo=
E MIGRATION .......... EMIGR.ATION.
('. (,RIl.IS W ',o. ' LIVERPOOL BLACK STAR
LINE (1 F PA'IKET SHIPS TO
NEW OIRLEANS.
Tihe mtterot r the opep's nf the South i0 directed to the
great I-aiitie,,s affrled by i'. Gr,.hoIw o, Co. for thle trns
uoibin ofpa0 eg-,Tg to New GO.vl-,- at a chel p rate. The
lh;Ipls are of IO get.mange, nud ,ul0' t , tatel irerv1als during
Arragements will be entered into with planters and other,,
by whlcheflicient labor can be obtained.
lRemittanoe, or )rafti issued on Englald, and on the Royal
BR,k of Ireland, payable at any bank in Ireland, in sums from
Two Ponds -1t ling and upwards.
Every inolor,.ation Iw be given on application by letter
App.lyto C. GKIMSHAW .& C..,
4 and 5 Hargreave-' Buildings,
Chaell street, Liverpool.
Or to D. DOWD. Agenot
110 I'oydras treet, New Orleans.
WVESTERN PARODUCE
PORK--1200 hbl. IHel y Mfes Pork.
oo . Pnme . a superior article, hall
Sides and hnif Sho'..lers.
BEEF--100 bls. of Plate Reef.
20 tieroee Sugnrvo,.red Canvassed Dried Beef, for
I'amliy or Bar Us,,.
,AUON--300 casks Ribbed Sides, Shoulders And Clear Sides
.ud Cle,.r Ribbed.
LORD--OO0 tiercos Prime Leaf Lad.
rof bbls. .. .. ..
01 kegs.
IIAMS-20) tiecs Chaos Dubield's elebrated Hams.
1)N1 . Le-is Stagg .
l packages Plain tias.
WIHISKY--20 bbls. and half bbls. of the genuine brand oO
Jameo A. Miller's Old C.S-ken ChAl, Bourbon,
Rye and Wheat Whikito,.
ROPE--S) coils Ulhime Moachbl Rope.
25) coils Ihad made Rape.
TWINE--1O bales Twine.
,On condiglment aolnd for sale by
MA.RTIN, DOLIIONDE & COBB,
37 SNteheztreet.
SUND RIE ......................... UIol IES.
6 hhds. BACON--Clear.sides.
.. .. --Shoulders.
13 tierees LARD.
51: tlbbh. FLOUR.
NO bbls. POCTELS--eqal to any in market,
I1k case, COAL OIL.
10) bbl~ Rectified WIISKIY.
510 .. ChSoice Ol KR . WIIISEKY.
50 Sak BRANDY.
I fllo 11 fLIn 1,mode ROPE.
10 bbL60. White 1i n1 di, ed CORNMEAL.
, .. Yellow
For 101 by CIIE'NOWETII, CASEY & CO..
Nr,. 31 New Levee street.
TOI .AC('O....... TO ,BACO O.......TOBACCO.
Sdt received direm from thie manufac-ory, and for sale,
5 b~lI. " Lone <tar' 01MOKING TOBACCO.
GEO. G. GARNER & CO.,
N -, Common and 1u4 anal street.
I ' * n ............. .. FIS ..................P - )- .
To arrive by steamer ConoerdLt, from Bo-toa-
230 hi.. N, 1 MACKEREL, new.
Shalfbb,11 N,. 1, ..
iU . No, 3, large ..
I1, ,hts No ,
100 boxes COrDFISI,
I10 .. HIERRINGS
10 e1.se Sp cod SALMoN.
3 .. loked AH LIUTT.
2 .. .. SALMON.
For sale by W. 0H. HERNING & CO.,
_OIRACCO NOTWCP ALL T(B Coo INSPECT-'
ed and storedl in t.,utiana Yard No 3 "rema I u Ong p
hands," is pow ,tared in K.,'utuchv Warehouse.
SH. 1. HAYS, Inspector.
A 11UsEM :ENTS.
ACADEM,. OF SSSIC-ST. CHARLES ST.
SPALDING ,& BIDWELL....... Proprietors and Managers.
J. KITT EDGE ............. ................. Treasurer.
Last Week of
CUIARINIS ROYAL SPANISH CIRCUS.
FAREWELL FETES OF TIIIS INCOMPARABLE TROUPE
TIE NE PLUS ULTRA OF PROGRAMMES,
Presenting the Talented Company in new and wonderful
ACts, with Chtrtai'os highlly trained Tborooghbreds In Menage,
Trick and Dancing Performanoes. All lnlrodueod In one pro
gamme for this the LAST WEEK.
In compltance with very many requests made to the manage
ment by a large number of our citizens, who have been unable
to obtain admission to the regular Saturday Matinee, they re
spectfullyanoounee that an EXTRA MATINEE, forI Ldlos
andChildret, will be given on WEDNESDAY, October 3, at
12 u., being positively the last bt one of the Circus Beason.
ON MONDAY, October 8,, frst niguht o the Regular.qeason,
with the largest and most tlented VARIETY ORGANIZA
TION t.vr presented to oa Nw Orletan plblihc ___
ST, CHARLES THEATER-ST. CHARLES ST.
BEN DzBRE & E. EDDY... ........... Propristoor
This establishment, the largest and most complete in the
South,
WILL OPEN
Saturday Evening, October 6th,
Regular Pall and Winter Senlon,
WITH A FULL DRAMATIC COMPANY,
Selected with great care from the principal Theaters in this
country. During the season the
Most Prominent Stars In Amerlcao
will appear in rapid succesion.
OL R MPIC THEATER-TI ST. CHARLES ST.
The Mtnagere", talt. pltsure in being the rt to present
to the citizens of New Orlesn, a Remarkable Phenomenon of
Lipgt and Shad,, in oalt is now regarded as one of TIIE
GREATEST SENSATIONS oFP TIt DAYT.
MONDAY, Oct-oer 1, h1-6, First Time in this City, the
highly T.h ce-,ul Comedy ef
TWho Killed Coek Robin.
To 1,. :.,lhwed bty the P.ln mnoso of the SHSADOW PAN
TOMItME. To o;ude wiPlth thenCmicea\l 'lica: Extra-a
g ecza rif'
Jeany Illid Come h at Last.
WANTEDI).
W ONTED-R) ;1ti GOOD (,;N FITTERS, APPLY
oll ASA I.F--ON At't'OINT OF FLt(OtAL-A
c -u ,nriior -irigh t linon,,, in splendid repair. For term
etc.,' alppy at till S. -httri e street.h
WAATED-A W(MAN TO 1 (ihiK, WASH AND
** iron for o mall faintly. Collred preferred. Appy at
218 Dolnrd lr, Aet.
ATSED-A tOLtORED WOMAN TO DO THE
yV rl ofa f,,ill ofthree pteronh t Applyover Louisians
Otcery. ,.hru.r oht hup and .ula d tree:ts.
ONITE)D--C or1VAS IN . AGENTS. BOTH MALTE
¥ ,,,1 fema!e , re, ernr,. fn am $109 F,, $ ) per ,ao, t.h
Tthe L l0-t ott-t.," Iy r0 PA d Yo ,ar,1, thie only thdyihial
Srrutltrorl hhi-try htf the ,o , i ,,ll-tt large
,eIr Ill othor, ever nblliihe,-d T,, energetic men sad t twomen,
.n S i-hied officer: nm oh-I riih hod ers wi to idoo,
c o.l, rl ulihrer No. I Batik Ylace, or 8 la'mpiI) street, New
Orlea-n.
RA&TE-I DESIRE TO RET AMALL PUt
nil her! hue, iolny part uf the it noar a railroad.
Addre s 31 .left. Thomlp-on. No 1 ('ommon street.
PERSONAL.
EHRSOvAtl--MY WIFE. LAVINIA ELLIOTT,
hacing let my hollse and board without any- cnase, or pro
vcagtio, L caiont tie public that I will pht no debt she may
hontract. JOS. ELLIOTTI
September 22, 1%Pr.
NJOTICE-- EFERRIth1 TO THE ABOVE ADVER
ttisement, I beg the public to understand that I left the
above namo:d individual on account of ill treatment. As to
Sdebts that I may hotraht. I saom..lly ahlo to tettie for them
on demand. will not be accounrtable for debts cotrated by
the saRid J. Elliott. LAVINIA ELLIOT.
FOR SALE.
F OR SALE-THAT DESIRABLE PROPERTY. 5OS.
"1"1d NIbl Jnilia Itreet, c Amprisig Brickb Stre. 1S b)
feet. a large t 510ktory Brick Dwellibg. w1ith1 gallries i treat
,nd ,lbAnn side, li..ler, hyllrantl, 221111ures, III2.1 garden.
etc . · two buts of grenade nu n aurina, Inpettler, 5ý teat trout
an ,Juim, by n depth of l9) feet bietweenn parallel lines..
For further particulars, applyv to
-VON ZINKEE S BEULLY.
N +. 1% raciver street.
FOR SALE-THE FOLLOWING DESIRABLE
stseamers will be sold sc n %T1""c to effect Ilynidntiull-
Steam Propeller LI ILLE, o I. I, three yars olds 515
4tons, carriesb 11ob lbbrrbls, and hag nccomuludntiun for LU ubin
p.Illlb0gers well (Qad in evenI respectbdn rendyfor anll
St111 Tgbiboat SbNFLOWER. the 1bet boat on the river,
two years oldI, llln boboferr 0014 +fnd cobd idao, great power,
1,51 0 e 111b14.I', llbbo wlh. n1ed n111 S'. Lcil
fern an·t onoil tow at, paedIl l c 11 P1b 11..llbO bb cmbyb ix
pperir rc[ condit ion boilil and lliohlejll just eIhluld I·'gatj
leep of csp it 0 ready.y
Rt IO +. K SDE. bobn bull. 1,at7erbnck2110 .
3 Yl lurthei tirrcnlar, apish tol
lb '.EVY. NICKERSON & CO
I'l ndidrr. ·,llr t v pr~ rect.
FOR 5.11.E OHL OlE E 'r-ONE OF TilE FINEST
TbI'i *b.illn b i thle ., t.l e I.. L-blb inn0 lituateldiy 111h
Y++-~h of St .I I billlcr s lea lA . new Orleans.
11 2 grat. nildbbyIbbl+e of thinib bblb ib lb Tbein entiroly free
Irrýý iurcrl u·. The intler o~f cl revssse bar u, yet conic
\rirlii e!Chltr ip~nli I- thle r', er. A break in the levee n
Thor.'u are Hbbon e ii+i) ane, .I clb bl lblb b lls. Ol, Ilbbl
and havye a llady been Il l cb . A eelllliidtio. The Aboveae is
nblt bbbrp dibed bywllx i lobo State for fertility at soil (wAlch is
all light) and for good qualityr of sugar.
The buildings pro in nlpert'oct state of repair, viz: A Oine
two. stor dwebllinbg hbbb, with bil the illt buildings bellbgil
to l ,larg.orlollte: a floc bhalbblbbb.1b good b.2b.yb.qllrtb anld
overseer's housie; s splendid b,. irk sugar housae And cane shed
b ygybred I. lyke, bnd two tune dbllblebb
Tbliel,, on thle pbllb e b 'i ailbl(l of plant cane and ?d
.arpent of btool. biorn c -p over Sf1W bblll. Ely crop
nea.rliyfn, and ampleBflr 50 mule. Ilugsheb2b, wood, etc.,
ready folr the crop.
Purtieb lbiubb t1pbPurchbse or rent will do well b call i -
ldilbel ablnd s be ll tbemselbes, as the preient crop will be
cIub, it' dl slred.
For 2b2urthe inlfrmation apply to
ARTHUR TRIBSUT,
Nb. 3b P11ers 1tr111, between Culstmllbluse and RienviI1b.
FORB SALE.-DDI ELLIN(IS -SEV~ER AL F.LEUANTF
12besbl112bs, bibl lago and bbnnbbblll ibnr bbbll Pl PybA3,
Colislolu, JAbon,. Wbliblibgblbu 'A...bandothb r desirable
I...ttn to in the garden district. ,Use some mouderate sized
house, in the same portion of the atvy
OREEN A ELDER,
Real Estate Agentbl, No 143 blravilr street.
FOHRSALRE.VA ALU7 1E PLASTATIOS.-I OFFER
*far ale mAIb y i'ation in 111,4 cbnlI1.lies.., 1112 on
1111 BlylunbcRd J 0ll l.btibbl d, eigh. miles 1 wbLbest oI
RIlymob. Tbbis 3s A ""It dbsibblb place. containin lHive
bundread el d blaItrybcreb , llbout bblbld clalred and under
gbad llIlning. A new calllyabious Dbelling H111e with eight
rooms, new nezro quartersa, a rood Giu Hons.e wilt all
l ou bbidigsll complte, most excellent 11ter. Tbe land lI
mostly bottom, inb on lbot wide. of Tlbblbbln Clrlk, 12ich
rbblbwlentralll tbllhllbh the tlra. Abilut thirtybhnlb could
eb! lbplll..g21.l rhof lbba is the nest lear's op22. The
v G blbboljbs abgood one, ybntigbl b to l large Bourisblg
maln wnd forlb Seminary nabl one or l wo bblb bCs . A good
bargain ' offe2reil as I n lrb2b121I1 to Jell. Any letter.
direcled to me at Crystal S01102s. CopiAh county, AIsi1., or
to 11es211 Harvey2 MIIahon A Co., New Orleans, will re
ceive prompt nttelltion.
A1. C. SNITFI.
FOR RENT.
FOR RENT-A VER1 DESIRABLE DWELLING
N' 121111, I1'ly. ,I tole( ani rl l11lllbble neigbbb2
tlaod The Ilniae one five coons, kitchen, storerotom tdl
wash bheall. Thbl,,l will bI moderate Ur a lood tllnant. In
5nir at o, 1'.3 Lmel stree, between Felblity road and St.
Illly street.
3TOR REST-FILITI Tb!E] FIROST OF OC1TOBER
10` 1 Thr1e floorb.,211 two fblu. utlb , +llo sbor 1bb Culblb
street. be lnlgc bl 211,iu bl ll lbl] 1112101. Apply to
D. \lllbb.LN RBrlok.
SS Commonlo street,
TO LET-TTHE UP·PER PORTION OF NO. 48
17 n3 e.+rrl between UCaionnllrrt And Bml~nn. street..
Applyboll ilhl 2bb1111es ILl
WILIEIA MSS NIXON & CO.
FOR (JR hT-- F I(JES TUj ENT-APPLY TO
IRYRN , \ANCE & CO.,
3 Cnlrundelet stroct, uip stairs.
F1RFPROOF SAFES.
FIRlE P1100F SAFER
F EIRE PROOF SAFES:
511210's 1111 nt1 New Inrr. Umn and Dry Plltter, 1ire,
1112 loy.1ad 11Iay Prloo SAFE.
The boopreriorft of ll-,r Slfes i, Illmni Ilnirarfinly Artnotvl
ldllell. L, tlby ,21 the only bit l 1th1t III 122ose 01eir proof
51.lllbl.. For Iliby oc LEOUNSILF..Aleci.
b,121s r1mu21 4 at short 142i22. 141 112.0111111121.
THRE GREAT AjIEEECAN SAFES,,
TEN TEARS AHEAD OF ALLL OTHERS.
MADHE OF SIAVIER WROUGIIT IRON-THICEER
FIRE-PROOF FILLINO-WRIOHS
R 5 CENT. MORE.
Elagnntr r: :de And finla~ed. V, at no more than the old
oylcsr. You see them everywhere
-Also
SPLENDID HOUSE SAFES,
For fbl. seta kIlpiog oRJe2rtby, Plate, et2. Elgsntlp ms d"l
with Marble Top, .lc~ olunmnrntll sr well s useful.
Sold by JOiIN W. NORRIS & CO.,
5 Cagll street, New Orleans.
Agents for the South. 1
PARTNERSHIP-DISSOLUTION
NOTICE ............................NOTICE.
CHARLES FLOYD, Esq.. of RiTchmond, Va., becomae a
partner in my busineas from thlodate. The style of the firm
willbeT. F. WALKER & FLOYD.
THOMAS F. WALKER.
New Orleans. let October. ]JA.;.
M R. C A. . AILEY HAS AN INTEREST
in my house from September l, 193
GEO. G. GARNER,
No. 3 Common and 6 Canal street.
New Orleans, October 1, 1966.
Ra. STANTON D. AUTY HAS AN INTER.
of ALCUS, SCHERCK & AOUTY.
SNew rieas, October 1, 18. ALCUS & SCHERCK.
I HAVE ADMITTED MY SON, C. L. AITKENS,
as a e ,tner. Tolebusinerr will be contS ed under taI
firm of S. AITKENS A SON. J.. AITKENS,.
October. 1 1.6.
MAJ. NANDSS D. oLIVESOF CARROLL
Pariah, is admlttad as s partner n our bouse, from
e Rate of its organization.
THOMAS M. SCOTT A CO.
Ne Orleans, Sept I231. S.1L
C OPABTNERSHIP - THE UNDERSIGNED
have formed oprtneship for the purpose o transact
ing a 1 enera1 Grocery and Commission busilness. In the city
oftNew OrleanS, &underthe irm and style of TATE & CO.
The Iloue wibll be open and ready for business on the Iet
day of October. Office corner New Levee, Common and Ful.
ton street. S. F. TATE. Florence, Aa.
New Orleans, Sept. 15, '66. J.D. MARTIN, New Olns.
ALEX. J. DYAS, of theold well known holue of Dy.s &
Co., is with us, and will sb pleased to serve his old friends nod
customers. TATE & CO.
MB. A. 0. SMITH WITHDRAWS FROM THE
liabliities and active dties of the firm of W. J.
WHELESS & CO. from this date. The undersEined wll
continue the COMMISSION AND COTTON FACTORAHE
BUSINESS, at the corner of Common and Sarone streets,
Swithout change of firm name.
W. J. WHELESS.
New Orleans, Sept 1, 1 J51 O C. WHELESB.
C OPAR'E'.CE.BHEP-The,1 derlgled have formed
a opartnership under the style of GAUIER, ALLAIN
&CO., to carry on the Cotton Press business, and have leased
for that purpose the Penon's otton Press, situated comer o
Tehoupitoula. nd TeorpEichore streets, and are now ready to
store and compress eoton.
Oce 1L22 CIrondeet street. A. GAUTIER.
N . ALLAIN.
T. STE'LTOE.
COPARTXERSHIPP-COPA RTNESSHIP
The undersigned have formed a Copartnership. under the
ltyleiof McCOMBS & HARDY, for the transaction of i
General Proision and cery Busines, at No. 33 Natchez
street. W. McCOMBS,
Septemberl1, 1866. P. A. HARDY.
T HE UNDERSIGBNED HAVE o FORMED A
It Copartnerip under the style of SZY.IANSKI & CO.,
for the purpose of storing an,1 compressing Cotton In the
Szymanlki New Cottlon Pres, corner of Cloet and .Levee
1treets, Third District. . 0. SZYMANSKI.
E. T. PARKER.
All orders left In our box at Nn. bI Unin street, at the
.1,ce of 1.11il. ' illiur.., NirIR & Co., Ir be promptly at
New Orleans, Sept. 1st, 1965.
NOTICE-HAVING WITHDRAWN FROM BUSl
Dess myson H. W. KLOPFENBURG R ueceeds me, and
wil continue the bRusines iR his name, the undersigned re
moining in the firm as partner in .ommenulom.
H. KLOPPENBURO.
New Orleans, June 23. 166.
THE COPAHTNEE SHIP EXISTING BETWEIIEN
A. k.lMontgomery and James A. White, undertb c .me
and style of MONTGOMERY & WHITE. in this city; as by
mutnal eonsent dissolved on the 17th of May, 1364. Either f
the partIerR will attend to the 11qu11 tlon of 7 ts aaItrS.
sR. MONTOOMERY,
JA. A. WHITE.
Neaw Orleans, 3Sd J.ne,136L.
THE WPNDI/RIONED WILL CO FINUE THE
Sbusileas of the late irm of Montgomery & White o 1 his
own accout JAMES A. WHITE,
158 Common .roet.
New Orleans. l23d June, 86D.
FINA.NCIAL.
ADVANCSR ON CONSIGNMIENTS OF COTTON,
Tobacco, Staves, Tallow, Western Produce, etc.. to my friends
In New York, Boston, Liverpool, Havre, Bordeaux, and the
West Idi0,. OSCAR BEROSER,.
No. 5 Yaga.ine str,. t. n .talR.
M. J. A. KEITH al CO.
BANKERS, SELMA, ALABAMA.
Collections on this and nelghboring pointsollcited. Remit.
tancs promptly made to correspondent4
Relfer .--CLty Bank; F. L. A R. A. JohIson; Alston &
Fournielr; North, Broah & Maon; Bares, Ward & CO.; Jren
& Harris, New Orleans.
ULEF.F& TWICHELL
(GEO. RULEFF, T. O. TWICHELL.)
EXCHANGE. D I
GOLD AND SILVER,
UNCURRENT BANK NOTES,
STOCKS, BONDS,
5 INSURANCE SCRIP
Government Vouchers.
NO. 126 GRAVIER STREET. NEW IORLEANS.
RU2GEFF ma TWICHELL.
(GEO. RULEFF. T. C. TWICHELL,)
Dealers In Exchange, Gold and Silver,
UNCURRENT BANK NOTES, STOCKS, BONDS,
INSURANCE SCRIP AND GOVERNMENT VOUCOHERS
I2 GRAVER ST., New Orleans.
H WITT, NOmTOR CO.,
WILL MAKE CASH ADVANCES ON CONSIGNMENTS
TO THEIR BRANCH HOUSES
-m
New York and Liverpool.
OGe,151 (Old Number) COMMON STREET.
LOTTERIES.
CAPITAL PRIZE, $00,005.
KENTUCKY STATE
SINGLE NUMIBER LOTTERY.
MURRAY, EDDY s CO ......................AMANGERS.
o BE DRAWhs AT
Covington, Ky., as Class L, October 15th,
Class M, October 30th, 1800.
SCHEME:
I prize of............ 56 ,00 is ..................... $60,000
1 p113ri ot........... 21 11 i ..................... 2000
I t prize of............ O,9y is ..................... 0e 50
1 prize of............ Rtk) is..................... ,1 )
I prize of............ 4, ... 8
1 ri e o ............ are ................... 00
_9 prizes of........... P .0 1 are ................... 29.000
63 1prizes3 1.......... 5 ) are ................... 31 5)l
' 155 l ,rizes of ........... 300 are ................... 46,5
Sprize2 of........... 2o0 are .................. 44,030
APPROXIMATION PRIZES:
9 bpproximtis pries o $n each fo the ninde re
maining units eof the same ten of the muouber
h drawingthe .h0,0 parize are . .. e ............. 4,500
9 0pproximaionU pri, eacz of W1 1 1h or thoe nine re
cd mninng unts of the anme tell of the number
drwing t h $0,000 prize are ................... 2,100
9 approximation l rizes of S250 each for the nine re
maining uitsr of the sme p ten of the number
drawing the $8,950 prize ............. .. 2,250
9 approximation 1rizes 1f $10each for Stimi nine re-10
maeinig unite the same uten of the number
ldrawing the $3,00 prize are ................... 1,00
9 apploimatin prizes of $100 each for the nlne re
S maining sonit, of tile sme ten of the numbers
S drawing tie S5(0)pries .1re.................. 900
9 approximation prizerr of $10 each for thhe nine re
omaiin unts o; f tio and ten of the nube. rs
drawing the $4,8 pr izes ore ........ .... 0
527 prizels.amounting to ...............................$270,000
Whole Tirckets, IS: Halves, $9; Quarter1 , $4 0
Eighths, $= 25: SixteeltlI. $1 15.
If.11 11RTON l C. 83,
PrlzesPayableIn Fullo Wilthout Rledaction.
e, order: for Ticketsin tChia Splendid Scheme will be carefully
a"-weredl by return mail, and tile drawigs sent with an nx
p l.natrea of the r-Ilt l" edach investment, as soou as the
of! rawiy is over. Ad Ire~
CHlAS T. IHOWARD, Leensed1 Dealer,
N11 403t1,, 1street, or
.ock Bo1 f092 Po1,t Otce, NSw Orleas.
PATENT CLOTHES-WASHIER.
THE HYDHAsLIC CLOTHES WASHES
AND WRINOEB.
The bebt and mo. t ehl Invention of the kind for lyingr
honuehold labor ever Invented.
Has mere and better recommendations for saving time, labor
d and the wear and tear 5of fabri washed, than any otbhere,
chine. AlIshesother maehi1ea either rub the clothes and wea
them out spedily, or do not at11a1ctorily perform their work.
HYDRAULIC CLOTHES WASHER
Th.le al'lbaGee. T.here lno1 bblngofthb clothe,. an
eonseqaently, no wear and tear. The wash11g is most orm
p' atly and thboroughly performed by thel actinSpf the *w.
a.st. Send fora3c1rclar, givingf-lf explanation, er calland
,eamine them at the G emral Southern Agency.
Good inducoments offerd to agents eleewhere.
S. M. BARTON & CO.'B,
11.17 Tslo3plloulam street.
FOREIGN DRY GOODS.
DIRECT TRADE WITH EUROPE.
FOREIGN GOODS
SOLD AS CHEAP AS AT THE NORTH.
Freight and Other Heavy Expenses Saved.
P. MARES & CO.,
48 ...................R oyal Street...................48
Importers and Jobbers of all descriptions of
FRENCH, ENGLISH, GERMAN AND AMERICAN
MANUFACTORIES,
DRY GOODS AND FANCY AR'IICLES,
Reapectfollyinform the public of both City and Country that.
by recent arrivals, they have received,
Direct from Europe,
A Stock of Goods such as must prove proftableto the buyer.
Believing that Imported Goods can be sold as low in this
I city, when brought direct, they are prepared to test the ques
tion, and will sell accordingly.
Their Stock consists of :
I FINE ENGLISH AND FRENCH PRINTS,
MIUSLINS, DE LAINE.S,
BAREGES, SILKS, LACES,
CLOTHS AND CLOAKINGS,
HOSIERY, DRESS-TRIMMINGS,
GLOVES, WCOLEN GOODS
(Of all Descriptions,)
LADIES' SILK CLOAKS AND MANTILLAS,
GENTS' SHIRTS AND FURNISHING GOODS,
LINENS, SHEETINGS AND DOMESTICS,
Of all Descriptions, and other Aticles too numerous to give in
detail
e These Goods are all of the LATEST STYLES, and wi lbe
sold at Wholesale Only.
Wholesale Dealers wIll End this Stock so well assorted that
they can buy as advantageously as at the North, and save the
Cost of Transportation.
. They arerespectfully invited to ca and see the Goods.
Terms will be liberal
P. MARES & CO.,
43 Royal street.
COOKING STOVEQ.
COOHCNO STOVES.. COOKING STOVES.
HEATING STOVES,
BEDROOM AND PARLOR STOVES.
OFFICE AND BARROOM STOVES.
Stoves for Schoolhouses, Churches and
A.seumbly Rooms .
Their.er.t stekl of Ste.y over bro'lht to tIbis market.
roluprising over One Hundred Different Iird, are offered al
a rmall advance on factory cost.
We contract for these goods in the Spring of each Year, and
the largequaltiltyw purchase, penable i to offer to thd
Country Merchant an extra inducement.
SOLE AGENTS FOR THE SALE
-or TuE
Celebrated Charter Oak Cooking Stoves.
RICE BROS. A CO.,
93 and fS Camp street, and W565 Magazine street.
HARDWARE, CUTLERY, ETC.
EOLOER & CO.,
(F. F. FOLGER, IL FOLGER, W. H. THOMAS.)
Dealers In Hardware, Iron, Ship Chandlery
37 and 39 Magazine Street, Opposite St. James Hotel, N. o.
Nails and Castings, Hoop Sheet and Bar Iron, Shovel,
and Spades, Sheet Copper anld ZinR Plows, Axes and Hsoes
Lead Pipe and Sheet Lead, India ituobber, Beltting, Ho an
Packing, Circoular, Mill and Croess Cut Saws.
HARDWAREAND SHIP CHANDLERY
(ELLIS H. BOSTICK, FRANK W. SEYMOUB.)
nosik d tler emour.
Importes and De
HEAVY AND SHELF HARDWARE AND CUTLERY
STOVES, TIN WARE asd TINNER'S TOOLS,
BAR and SHEET IRON, TIN and TIN PLATE,
SHEET COPPER, ZINC, NAILS, AXES,
CHAINS, SHOVELS, SPADES, HOES,
LEAD PIPE. SHEET LEAD, GAS PIPE,
BRASS WORK and PIPE FITTINGS
RUBBER BELTING, HOSE and PACKING,
COTTON WASTE, Etc., CORDAGE,
COTTON and FLAX DUCK, TWINES,
OILS, PAINTS. LAMPS, LANTERNS, Etc
All Kind ofSteamboat and Rallroad SNpplies
B6 ad Ss Flton, and 57 Front strst,
between Gravier and Poydres,
W , W mnlTT dr a O..
GENERAL COMMISSION,
Receiving and ForwardinSg Herchants. and
Hardware Agents,
Nos. 8, 10 od 1 Peters street, corer of Crosman, (opp.
site the Custom House,} New Orleans, Le.
1lolgnmesnts of Merchandise, either for sale or shlpeen
will receive prompt and careful attention,
HARDWARE .B... ......... ARs WA
B. . MULLAN A C0.,
Wholesale Dealers
--s
HEAVY AND SHELF HARDWARE AND OUTLERY
Agents for
HOWE'S STANDARD SCALES.
71 Common street. New Orleans.
COTTON MILLS.
THE LANE COTTON MILLS.
These MILLS, which were built by me In 1860, as an effort
oI Southern enterprizs , are again under my control: and I
am prepared to supply the trade with COTTON YARNS Nos.
S's to 12'x, packed in ,uch proportions as may be ordered,
and ofthe quality put up by me prior to the war, which ex
celled any everoffered It this market.
Ilis known,'that while these ..ils worM in my hands, the
prodct of them attained a reputation for superiority o
quality and fullness of weight-o-uneguilld by any ethe,
yarns osfred. TIis reputatlbin has been prostituted b1
eertainunprincipledparties, who have not scrupled to use my
name and brand, to cover an inferiorarticle; and forthir
more, I leain that Georgia Yarns have be.n ofered, in this
market, as tbh praduct of my Mills.
h To protect myself and consumera from suchimpoltions,
I have adopted a trade mark, which will, hereafr, be plusd
on each bale of my Yarns, with the addition of my signature,
on each pad label. These Mills have no agents. Orders left
atNo. 39 Union trset, will be promptly executed.
L. N. LANE.
AUCTION NA L,ES THIS ISA 'V.
LARGE AND UNP..hEEVEt SALE ,F FPORIh:;N
and D,,ometlI Dry G od.
BY HOFFMAN &d MARKS,
8 o. Ztvrtet. Auctioneer,
Offc-38 Chares street.
NIONDAY. October lst, at 10 o'clock A.
a., will lT so!id
) pieces All Wool Brache and Silk Flowered Damasks:
50 .. FlineBlack Clthh;:
500 .. laIt, Fascy and Silk Mixed Cassimeres:
t0 .. Gray and Black Satinets;
1W .. Fine Doeskins and Melt.o;
200. PIF'n, Strlpe and Embroldered Popls;
150 .. All Wool Plaids;
S0 .. e ire French Merines;
10 .. Black ad Colored Alpas and Lusters;
30) .. White Red, Gray and Yellow Flannels:
40 .. Bleached, Bron and Colored Canton Flannels:
000 .. Dnnell, Pacific and American Prints;
4 eases Bleached Cottons, assorted brands;
5 bales 4-4 and 7-4 Brwn Domestics,
S00 lots AN rted Goode, vsz:
Jeans, Tweeds, All Woot Delalnts, Linen nd CSttIn Tick
Ing, Oil prints, Cottttades, Stripes, Paper Cambrics, 10-4,.
11-4 and 12-4 Sheetings, Linens, Swiss Jcanets, Broche and
Jacquard Muslins, Balmortl Skirt., Wool Shawls, Silk aod
Cloth Cloaks, Hosiery, Nubias, ontags, Scarfs, Corsets,
Linen, Cotton and Woolen Shirts, Undershirtsl, Drawers, etc.
-TsO,---At saS S
UNRESERVED SALE OF SILKS-FIFTY PIECES
Blak Silks, without any reserve.
BY HOFFMAN & MARKS,
S, 8 . ZLsE s, Auctioneer. r
Otee. No. 38 Chartres ste e
M ONDA.Y, Oct. Eot, at Is M., precesely,
at their salesroom, 38 Chartres street, will be sold-
0 pieces Black Silk, such .s
" Gros do Rhin."
" Drp de Lion,'
" Taffetas Fr ncai" etc., from 2 to 14 in. Wide.
Particular attention Is called to this assortment, as the
whuole 1IT mst s andlshaill be so ll.
TO CLOSE OUT STO-, C..........T, CLOSE OCT STOCB.
BY D. E. MORPHY,
ATMItOiEER-Olet Nt. 47 Magazine s sl trt
1/TON[ Y, October let, 1866, 1tI o'clock
MrJ ar r., in mtore No. 6u Poydra street, win be soldcl
7l ) iboxe Cheese.
lM bare's Flour.
12 tlertes Belly Bacon.
. Hams.
2 casks tcon.
TA7ktss-Cash in U. S Treasury notes.
TOBACO .............. TOBACCO ............. ACO.
BY B. E. sMORPrNY,
AttrnlEn--Ofice, 47 lagazine street
tM ONDAY, etoher lt, 1 666 at o1 clock,
AI· I. V., in the tagle bonded n trehours, ctionr eulla nod
Commerce streets, for account of whomo it O may concerna will
be sold-- U
51 psebkags Virginia matuactoled Chewing Tobatcco,
slighi.y dmtaged.
- TErs--Cash in U. S. Treasury notes.
OFFICE FURNITURE AND VALENTINE & BUTLER'S
Alum Patent Iron Sae hit Auction.| L
BY MONTGOMEIRY a nBO.,
R.. . MOnTrotERT, Auctioneer,
Ofce-87 Camp street
,]'0NDAY, Oct. 1st, at 10 o'clock A. M,,
1t No. 9 Tehoupuonlav streetr will be sadd-
I large ,alentine a Butler's arumn Patent Iran Safe.
1 set Ofce Forniture, such as Deks Armorse, Tables, Mat.
tine, sof, aec.. etc.
.- Tso s-t:- ah 1i U. S. Treasury notes.
ROSEWOOD, MAHOGANY AND WALNUT FUBNITURE
At Auction.
BY MIONTGOMERY & BRO.,
R. M. M0stOcOtLa, Auetttoneer.
Oice--89S Camp street
M ONDAY, Oct. lot, at 11 o'clock A. 5.,
at No. 153 Che1taut street, between Siecond and Third
streets, will be sold-
The Entire Contents of said Residenee eonsiesfngofBRs"
wood. Broentelle Parlor set. Rosewood Bedroom set, Habog
aIy Dlning-room set, Braselsand Ilngrain Car ts, Bngrav.
it.s, Paitings, Mattresses, Mosquito Bars, Spreds, Ctr
tains, Crockery and GOlassware, Stove and Cooklug UtenIls,
t T.etos,-CoS It U. a. Tresury tesl..
SHERIFF'S SALES.
LOUISA FLOWER, wife vs. CHA8. OOLLINP husbad-
Seveath ,Judicial District Court, parish of Pointe Co."
pe--No i73.
BY VIRTUE of a writ of flerl faela. to
me directeld by the Iiuorale the Seventh Judicial
District Court, I;arl h of Pointe Coupees In the
above entitled cause, I will proceed to bell at public auction,
at the Merchants' and Auctioneers' Ex.hange, Royal street,
between Canal and Customhouse streets, in the Second Dis
trict of this city, on MONDAY, the lot day of October,
1866, at 12 o'clock ,t the fllohwlnq described roperty, 0l1
ALL THE RItlHT, TITLE AN) INTEREST of ,defed
ant, Charles t:ollinb, in and to a certaiajudgment r-ndered by
the Fourth District Court of New Orleans on the 12,h day of
February, l8i6, In the suit of Charles Collins et ale, vs. N. B.
Trltetals ., No 15,962ofthedocktt It saldCourt, gndalso
all tile right, title and interest of the said defendant, Charles
Collins, i iad to the baid suit against the tndorser on the note
sue.to0.0hich is now pendiug on app1, 1n the Supreme
Court of this State. The intere.t of sale defndant in and to
said sit and Jludgment beiogtlhe amount of two o1 tile mort
gesa notes sled on, and upon which said judgment waa reUn
dered, to-wit: ona fr tI L nd four hundr d
{3eighty-four Dol!ar ($12,1t ll),and levun cents, payable three
years from ,ate, nud o... ter fowrteen thousand sil hnndred
and forty-.,1o1 dollar aild lIlly cents S1,06t17 I),
oayable four years from date, both dated 12th day of 3toy,
Mll and bearing eight per cent. per annum interest from ma
turiFy.
Se.sed i. the ahove s.it.
-Tsrars-C-abh on the spot.
HARRY T. HAYS,
Sheriff of the Parish of Orleart.
SUCCESSION 01F THE LATE J. .. McCOIRIACK, De.
cesaed--Seond District Court of New Orleans-No. 27,0S6.
BY VIRTUE of and in obedience to an
Y order of sale, rendeled Sept. 25, "lWic, and to me directea,
by the Honorable the Second Disrict Court of New Orleaus,
il the hItove etitlelt mtter, I will proceed to sell at public
tctin at the Merchants' Iand Auctioneers' Exchan le,
RonalI street, hetveeu Canal and Customhousea street., i
the Second Distrrict of this city, oa TUESDAY, th.30ttb day
of Oct oiler, Its, tit 12 o'lock x , falr account of said succes
sirm, tits reel, a ing leieribeJ pr.-petty, v us,:-
i. A tIIRPAIN TRACT tit P1'IICL OP LAND, SIT.
hIllte, lyinplll and 'eltn l C1ncodt prish,1 101 this 1flte, d e
scibed as ollows : t he northeas 1 quarter of soLeast qr
ter nf sectton twenty~three f 3).the sobth ]half of the snuth
wer uartler, west half If tile southIeast . arter, and ie
sorltilo lt'ot'the northeast quarter of section twente-four,
and fractionn northwest quarter of section twety-fire, f
townill ip ie north range seven eat, in the landdi triet
north of erld iver containing three hundre'd snd nicety
fi,ur 77A-00 acres, according to the odiclul piat of the surveynr
of lands, in the land ofiic. of aLoJi. ina, as 1I pti aent No1 5Lfi,
dnte 21st IIJune, 1 ,19. Registere0 d i, the record of patents at
Baton Roll ,e% in Hl.Y 6, pae H2AY.
. A CEX IAIN TIt TN..O I' .ARCEL OF LAND situ
aoln d, lying andb being IllrSt. Helena parish, in ttls State
eontaining• two hundred alnd seventy-nine acres, morn or less,
anC b Iflmed n thie n1o rit by llalds Iof OweInJ. DO11111e on
the east by h1ds of Robert J. Carter ad rs Dixot, on the
Aouth hby lds of R. Natr. rter ,ndon tile wet by 1 ads of
R. J l arter and lands of the esate of It. J. Olacck de
ceased.
TITl Es--Cash on the spot. RY T H
HARRY T. AAYB,
Shriffof tile paris] of Or dans.
1LEXANDER NORTON vs. E. It. SKAGOGS AND JOHN
T. Seuuders--Fourth District Court of New Orleans-No.
1G,86.
BB VIRTUE of n writ of ferl fane
to me directed by the Honorable the Fourth District
Court of New Or.leans. in the above entitled cause, I will pr,
reed to sell at public auction, at the Merchants, and Auc
tdoneers' Exchange, Royal street between Cenal and Custom
house streets, in the Second Dlstrict of this city, on FRI
DAY, the 2d day ofrNovemer, 1866, at 12 o'clrk .. the
following described property, vie:
TtHREE CERTAIN PROMISSORY NOTES drawn by
M[artuln Tally to the order of E. H. Skaggs dater a[ Shrevt
prlt, La., onlI tile 2tl of Jun, 18e2, paylble a1 follo y, 1iz:
1ta. One for the sum of tw1ent1 1 1 huntdred and sevelty-two
o l l a [r s B ad t h. t y c e n t s ( $2 . 13 1 . 5 0) , d u e ' te r e ar s a f te r da e .
And :,1 eo for t he sa o twentypa five rud nd rel aadv
eilghteel dolar at forty l ti ($20018 }I), pyabhle thre year,.
alterdat, widtlhlilq.cntl per innm terest i sald notes.
alTerlulri y. The wlhle pre ,td. no, vait etir, ty T. II.
itl .e plls Recorder gilr the uarlh of fCaddo, La~ withsp.-rinl lieu
anid Ilriyilego on thle folllowing J rserina d pUpertF. to-wit:
11Th1 one undivied lhlfofltoN t No. S) eight 1I bi,,k No (10)
fifty, fronting 40 feet on 1 tlan 1 tree., and maI sriig baek ut
Suring strtet 1N fet; t ogetlher with the .ud1lied halfl of all
tile uitdln -Ctu implroement thereon A1d2. Iet Iprlnt
rnTxas street n| lott No (lt ll eeu, in said block No, (50)
fity, adjohdinRlot No. 12, said lock, and 1 foot front on Tox
asbtreet oftlu N (2t) w , enldlnmng lot No. tll) eleven
Saidd b!,ck fflty (51) ruluingb hakIfs], let. Tygather w itall
the hrnlhlin~s .d ilupmvemns tIcroon, all sltuated iln tile
ehy u f Shrevenort. parish el ('fidde
Seized in thie above sull.
Aý^Tntts--Clash on the spot.
HARRY T. HAYS,
Shen? of ihe Puriflsr of fleans,.
CONSTABLE'iS SALE.__
CI'TlI IIARIIS . lWILIEY IlARRIS 0 a1Id WIIY
lorri. & Co.--SecBnd Justice Court Parish of Orle,1.n-
BY VIRTUE or a Writ of Plerl P t
elms, to modirect.e hytie t {he Gp a II Era .bG
I Second Justice ,ll 'a 'teacet I wl 11 preed1to sell at 1 0ubll1
act1ion o, 1MO0DAY, Oeti11ber 1, 101, at I12 ,o l',1k 1,
at try nnero corner I:!nolnerc'xl Pit]es and Sat CUbal'le
street, the lli¢o1ing ,lecrib,!t prtltrty, to-wit-
nae ltd'a os of Hansuu d F 0'ur0ilure 0
Seized in rhe ab,,ve snit.
J®-Tws---hush on the $potin U. S. Treasury notes.
JNO. t. (UZAC.
Costalale Second Jlatice s Court.
J)RLJ(iS, PEREi'UMERY, u w.
BOT*12 DRuIIG 3T0.1
No. I FI ONT LEVEE, oppoDL te the ALQI1B FEBgY
LANDINUI NSEW ORLESUL,
The stock of Mlalclnes, Simple and Oempouud, will bb flun
buerior, toll and complete. Tbhe paronage of the public
respectfully solicited by the prspriatrlr,
D,. A. A. .Tr iGI
PETER . BLOW- ------
IMPORTER AND WHOLESALE DEALER IN DREORL
PAINTS, WHITE LEAD, OILS, WINDOW
CLASS, GILASSWARE, PERFUMIERY, ETC., ETC.
Nos. 66 and 68 North salin street,
Between Pin. rird Olive, St. Lo.ue, No.
FCUTURE iAUCTION SALES.
E2 EXTZ. VhVEA1LE '22' 0 Y (2GOOCLOTHIB2,, HATS,,
Blankets, Cloaks,
BY JOHN2 C. BLONU,
AtoooorOrk-oo22 and salesom, 33 Bianvi 11 street
T rPSDAY, Oct, f, set 10 eleek A~ay .,p
his sal-norrms 33 Bfarmn9 street, wil be old-
:01) pieces Prints.
5112 Bronwn nd Beachd Hof. o
590 .. Ca dimereo. JeacoTweeds, Cottonadn, ehgr
1 . Bl.. OClothood Dloohkloo
200 .. Whit., Yello, Red, BlaoTolllOd oo2 Pain Fl·me ..
10 Bales 0 ,Oooora.
20 ..and Cs.es Bltnkets.
5 Cuesa Bleached and Brow Canton Flannels.
25 pieces New Style Drue 0Goods.
205 lots of well asortedo DryGoods.
250 Cloth Ctlot h.
200 Lots Clothing,
-And withtut Pisaoo-
160 Cane Cassimers, Far and WVool Hato
SW-Tooot--At -i2.
onOCERIES, PFOVISIONS AND LIQUORS.
BY D. E. MOEPUX.
Aootoooota-Offlt 41 YVoe4to .t.,4
T VESDAY Oft. 3d, at I.4 delek A.
N., in store {To. 47 y tne stIt ll.. be d--lb.
10 tiere OtHams, 50 bbls. J2220, I50 htto Totbaco, 208b0404
Soap. 50 do. P20k20,, 25 cbhott 004, 300447, WhtRkId (4t,
Souga. Ltrd. Butter, Cheese, et,
'M.T04 -Cih; one 00,1± ?utty Note. bdis. o.
MOLAS SS............. ...................M
BY MONTGOOEXY A BEG.,
R. M. Koeooopooo.Atr,attosew.
OffilO47Do1Cmp attiL
T'UESDAY, Oct. WA, at 1o%. .'late A. I[
at the ttoutgomtry Warehou.s, corner of StJtoo7h .An
New Levee streets, -1) be sold
4S hhd.. Bailed Cubs 1tot'a...
.4'Tsoo-.Caoh I. U. S. Treasury Notes.
SALE OF OAVY POWDERS.
Boao..o o ArDo c1, Nrrn D~ roonie.e,
waWin a.Ctt ,Sspt. 4 .186,
TUIIF..SDA the Second /0o' day eC~keftr
g 0 12 o'lock r., at D th. ofJoce oo hom otogtr o 10eem
ing the e Nava Ordnance Depot. at offsno Barracks Rerveb,
.-St . Lout, Miaosoti, at pubtloouton, n, to the htghsto bid
dewothvet wll 02t old
About SIVE0HOCSAOD 0002 AtRRlrELS OF poW
DER, ceioond oofCanons, Mortaraood Yoet Powders
The Posdatew19 be told in Lo2 to shit pourhasers,
53'70tlt.-!lttn g.ooarocett tends on0.Stl't. bode
posited on th onlousion of the stln, and I the ttaoder rntthitU
ten day, aftertards, durtng thich time the Fowtoo mout be
ott vd frototh goroods, othterwis they Wil tooeottothe
government.
Forchbaert wll betraotod to Itarsh thetr own pa0kage r
ohere the poodder is not n barretl.
B. A. WISE, Chtef of Boreao.
FUR50ITU0 .................. ......... 1mRI m.P1
BY MOWNSOMJEY * EG.,.
Bt. Y. X ~o~noa me eeto.Ao .
TCUESDY, Otober 2a 11 o'clock A-s
tiattot.,.t~lu -aroha~ RegotoEg.
as Rosewood, 500110 toy: .64 W OLrD ]FURNITUR, aab
MabeTop Side Board rt B stan n Tables, Vel, gd Brim
PBeCopeF, CPa n oh SStore, and Utooao.,,.to.bgi theoo tl
ol sevral wll furnishedh o ea.
1 A lg lg itotoce of CoOorg. Sod., Otno to0 woo,4ga
Chaoir, .et.
LEGAL NOTICES.
STATE OF LOUISIANA.
CAFITELD S. MIARTIN VS. HIS COEDITORS A20Y
the lorelhtors of T. 3. Coopy & Co.-Fohrtoh Ditrlct Cogrt
Ne 0.20 Orleans-No. 12,4,6.
2 2UTICE is herebygiveno to th2b0red0toroo
Nr the inrulirilts, and t., all thatr person, herein Interested
to showK cRIIe rritlilo ton do.9s from the first pnbltc~Iou here
of, whyh thle Baanl ,count sod tableaul filed by Henry Renrhaw;
, and . t this c2.e .222,2d not be .pprovo t and hoooloiotod,
andthe funod in hi hoando distributed in aordano th2ta
with.
By order of the Cogrt.
Clerok' Offlo,, Sept. 29th,219. F. DICK, Deputy Clerh.
ETAT DE LA LOCISIANE.
'A2TFIELD S. MARTIN VS. SES CREA4CIERRSETLEB
Creg2ie20 d2o '. J. Casey A Coa-..jtotmeo Coo- de Dit.
trg22 de 2. Oouoo,22..Og 00-52. 12.470.
AVI S eatp01r I present donne ,4U erestn
...fglo, 2,.olmblo2 i2 i at it teuteo entree pcoO, es 2nth
d resse,. do m020rer cause thoat 222 Joot do is premiers lmt
blic.tion de cell, ttaoo, poomtrat , s ooptt 00ale ,t Is Lo tboe
22222poses Oatrt eony Rest +w, st.0dicd0d cet000lr5gb .er002
0- pas0 approuv t Smolto ,o let lfoods ontre to, 0aine dl,
tt- trihloee onfor 2000ttt h20'2L
r- 2. F. DICE. DepotO G.015.
a, Boreau doO.fiher, Is 29 soptobrotS~
STATE OF LOUISIANA.
TUFTS & HOBART Et AL VS. THOMAS . C'CASEY.
s0in02 to compel. fortd etOOOrtofro m t h -dt t.dant, T.
J. C.40y-Foroth DistriS t Court of Neot Oooet.- e. 12.
493.
t- W. OTICE t hereby .10. 4 to tshe ttrn of
220 the in2ol00 t,0 and to .21 othopoprsoo heotl, trein t o
tho. e.ot c oe within ten day, from the firs ohlo.atton h g,
it o 2, 0-h the fonl ootount and tableau sled by Henrtylt..
al bhato syndic, In2thi222000, .ho0d 0.22 hoapp r0 0d .ond homo
2he fogoted, and the fonds in his hond, diotributed 2, otcrdonOe-.
20, 20erewith.
at, Byorderof theCort.
220. J. F. DICE, Depoty ClOak
or, Cler'h Of20e, Sept. 29th, 18554
d. BETlAT DE LA LOUISLOtE.
by TUFTS 22 HOBSAT ET Al. VS. HOOOAS 3. CASEY..
B. action, pour ob~ligor One redditloa rrrasds de la d'lfdudeh
Ito T. J. Casey-Qootgigom o Coto do Districo 22.1. N0oaello.O20
.2o, leans-No. 12,421.
ore A VIa eat par le present donne area cream
ti ~cers insolvable eo t tout,, utre. peoniles interessm.
to do m020rer02us2 doraot di2 Jo,,. do 10 premiere0 hublio
22t- lion0de2,02,a0m2 puurg5oi l0o2 mpte inal at la t02 l2au d2 -
2e0 ponces par 0Henry Seotbo, syndic. dune oetot, aatrl,, rte
c2d '20,0a pea appr00020 at hmo22go,,et Ise onds 000re 00 main0
ree dttrib,22 ctuf ,rmme2,2,o5lot1
Ired Par onlte e is Coot
3. F. DICK, DIepubothOooo.
B22,o B 22reau do 0too.2er 29 0 s 1mbra 1St.
BROKERS,NOTARIES, AGENCY
J. G. DBEU%-
TAX AND COLLECTING AGENCY,
OPPOSITE THE COURTHOUSE,
Caenoo.oor,, Looo,,oa,
Will ottenodto the paymeot of Tox,, in the parsh of Jeffer
oo, and to the relodmption of prpert forfeited for Tare,
1ther to the o Corpoorati f the Pah;b th traclng:
anol oomluibo of Titles, procuring Ceriilcates of Mortgage,
recording and registerinogActs, t1., etc. Will alto gie po.
Iils 10t1000 n to the salo of RealEstte, and oolleotilon
Z t,. Oder left at Messrs. POIHON A DBOUVT'B, N&
2 Carouodeleot treet, Neo Oleoans, promptly attended to.
JOHN BENDERNAGEL b C. 0. DUIGUE.
NOTARIES PUBLIC,
Commsl.loners of DeedaEte.,
For theb Sttes of
Ne TYork, Alobooa, Mlssigppi, 1.5ta157
Teo,,.,, R ieaooo, Florida, 1Hloni,
N. Haoopebll. Rhod. Island Iow,, 1N. CLoBo,
Wib0,01iR, Mlobihga, kooos.e C0arin, Etc.
No. 36 Carondeleg UtMoti
UP STAIBE
LAND AND COLLECTING OPFICE
SUMMIT, PIER COUNTY, EOBISSSIPPI.
W. H. GARLAND a SON,
Have oped lB ofe o lumit, oltbN. O.J.G. N. N;
R.,Mie.. for the adluetmett and colleton of debts, and far
t Ohe porohnseol ooLd,. Poeoo, habing Lands for .1, .,olt.
do wlItoIhnodsbosoltb dooCrlptlon of thei Loads. We
make noocage Inlele effect ,Bles.
Nol,,oo..-Hco. TV. IS BShakey, and Hon. Was. YoW
Jackson, MIss.; HRn. Bay T. 01y.. M,.'oolptToro, Tu 110
O,. John Coleman, New Orleanso; Mo. e. Bokstoj w .
Neo York Hono.A.H.S. Stoat, t1ooo, Ys.; Hc~ ..1
srla dmherstC Va.; Han. D. G.O. Roe, Lopott, ed.:
Most,. Bailey A o.,. Pblladslphis.
D GOBGAN.
GENERAL NERCHANDIBE BROKEE,
53 Couoaou stret.
New Ortos,
The patrIonag of h151,od, ,,,otfuly olI~Uad.
Sorenoce-Tb, Old Mebhnt genRlly.
4JLLBAM H. LENOBO,
GENERAL AGENCY AND COLLECTING 011103
No. 141 Mageaine street.
N,. Orlds.Ro
All ordersleft .bA. N. BLACKRAR'SO No. 100,0,.l 1.60.
1ill be prom~ptly atteddd to.
- BUaME, CLASH & TEEPAGNI=r
1OE0. MtDUFIE BURKE, formerly Joe. M. RorkLaU tb
ROBERT CLARK, llte Cloak A Sean, F. 0. TREPAE
SIER, lormerly Pu'om A Co.Cl
GOener1 Moerohoolao Brokeo,
No. 2 1sh1k Pltoo,.Neo 0,1,2,5.
N. B.-B'ootloolar .tt11l on gile to the .olo ol Provl.lWD
Bagginbog, Gooy Boo, Rope, Coffee, Sugar, Salt. Liqoor, e K
I)ST--STOLEN-FOITND,
I OAT-PIRST NATIONAL BANK OF NEW ON.
LA leans, New I Irleob. Sept i, IdBA-..-NotiO,1 hebebf y ll
that CEKTIILI;AEf No I45 of thl, Book to, 5'lorFiloon
of 4tockl, 0 the nam0e of Gordon dOooosr, o.atd Joy l.88
hainog ben lost or mislaid,. pli1atiou hbo been made t0 MO
BlnklOlr the issueof another Y. its stead.
B. B. FORBEfashi, r O I T
TC GET-INr TOL ST 0Th 111 AII~i:LASASA: 0 FOB'
L loolog described Clctes of COlCloler P
Cenlfolloluo 3lA, dated Not. 23, 1850, ROsd ,,W.?.
Rnolett, or 5 shares stlok.d .
IltrtiS ate No. 3334, dated Jone 3, 1111, bnld loW.
Hlplettofhr 4hloOns slook.
Not-Lo,. herI b l iven that opplicatlon tas boen mule to the
bLob for new toe1HO11ats,, I the place of thaw test.
JOtlN U. MOLETT,
Adblnitrltnrolof w P. Colett. deo0,oud.
E. IRIUHABL;
BILLIARD TABLE ANUFAOTUREB~..
160 0t. A., street.
Between Burgundy~ and Rampart strnea
NEW GBLEA]OU.
Always on hond MUrbtl sad Slate B00 TABLEI, with Barn.
111b and De50er,' PATENT OSIISIONB. Also al olhb
anl,0b lloboo It..

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