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MOhDAT MORNING, OCTOERs I 1506.
1 t TRWerc AshOby. Te brave hoas. o renader, , W, " iti l·aattepure and ntender , h-e. oa s~lidenedl moon u'bes " tpoa the field o- glory," Li-.ro lt or song audstory, e:ll they iearned, whose hiands have slain him, Iravernighthier oee Rest ofosaha wtlhugoor noriPaycim a_ 'Oathe hordes thattiould destroy us, k, Wmothe forth, we know. ev are l I shall sabre filftled hislabor, 8 his manly bteast; r eheard sweet Nature's cadenoe iei.''fPi voice- or maidens; 6S U showers esaog the flowers ou-oming ages, trust,, S lowly, Z ta em Papers. t5IU -l*slitspboms, ,t " ON OF RADiCAL O OLDrERS oms-czb~ e~p rouzu OP o1R 5 DAY's T lw olitee was appointed on per .aC.H.amin, General 0. Wt, i : nO"hibw Maipsblre.,-teooral S. A. Duncan, 0issnO tmmoentm, ColonelJ Rddeid .hClfe'WmT. W.,ip~pey; p;anD ha,Cotonsl John lu~n General John Oochrane,tGene erall. L. Bo pal le, tiente Sest C. P. Bonoey; Mary me. Braidy ColoC t b Brito Rhode Island, Colonel -X&', A. Monroe; Iowa, QK~tses 00 hf. Drak~e; Mis : ( apt. i. FoP'; Wiu. L 8toe. .Jo C. Goodrich; Sle.ob Pashoar , Capt. . .J. Ben M i M~B aC oneuol, Jn rta O. 8. Dudley, hamsZ~o Gen. i eotolct ef Cotom ,r a. o 0. E. Copebrt; S ee pI Heakell, privte George na's ee C a hgne Casey; Ohio, em' it. Ct .he ok Ge nFiy Legjgstt neorth ei.. iseuu, Capt. A. . Fosrg;-tlinoiS. Gen. W. A. .D. ha . 8jllcotbt;ansao, Cen. Thomas Wcaellgh~at~ Ca~I. P. Fisher; California and Masoc.D. Ounce hiejor Caytron IM C.ienry Hubbard, Cs,.·: r~ulag tJ~ Utah, Capt. Dr. B. Stoaer; :OlfP t. Oc. TPrine, Virginra, Capt. W, H. Snow dei A;. L DIvl6 entuckyg; :Capt. Thos. Harrd son, Lisat. 8tobert Townsend.' The o c ld'is610re the conOention the follow "·;i~ "~a'Isret~j.:ire Iods Oisinn Sept. 25'.1860. 5se0*Rs~`~prs;~ le~sI~$in~gP c' Cososorso, Iljllsesldleypl !iTeinnesbee soldiers send ~:· 'The ill.~·~~;'T~·: neiaeq (Great ap ,/ll', I.I.BONLow. Ons'l)oe~o6I r 11 o the 8slthawef~ordered to e eoale aciisdelsgation to name s5, en jSeny Oito nsdFt~ and thedelegs. .sdhsslttlsg sieisy n n wl . e r'sber '~ro li mitdt at she i gldtIsaOe'onsetbl ed tears ches pr: hitSnsod end Xonoetkeismtke-a hugf. I i-I W~ that :they taker P tesy fse 0cau500 to shod tersmthe SVgindK.nKaas; who took pre te firs coedleht, be hoteeted by the oys sin bue.Thmtsiotws arritled ad three cheers and Kansas. S bo Iiolalmed the attention of h , tpy d tasltofisrnow serving. n trmeosight be present with Sthes of ng part n this'nooventlbn,-be t ill to: retire. He said that t e i ibi d leibi positions in the ont y ne' r vnag. py for their services, anthatwhes'utg ttosl 'to ttake stats with s demened their high post. sp ra t le tel Cnenveion the p e rtow despised as a pati. nby . t i slshted to honor hib for his sr Wdseonl a monwhose r atb e scowsof age, and Sn risainu teasoenable and A jl tles ere made iroronton ltpoonto order were sab ne o the qostos of order submitted by Col. 8tiket of, o wa o the eneo tthat the call 'for the lyosolitdtb ha~fd been rtsoed to e oi served Sthsarmy And who main i ip of Lee Union party and of gnge, fort tin order'to exilode B *l ogt h Ugptho right .f menilo o e rw o aee~, vote The id6nt ma&enerning the ab to rowe op1f .blr'g. (Ap.. i 4 and bet thelong tw u NKew Y ,armlya I:Sept. 2S.Whsoamer Istra Srived today with- New piaBlet h n Haolnowwll re rl na rec tterd imfl'b teFor. L ori o ft, Rsetthat d2500 S.P ui la filled oeah ohole trala was ertaT4r ostd bQ rsý e aof nee 514 #otohexodC. "-y'OionT n ats t ' ttin- on lg aerO,s hllle. , Dpe people to tht posS, tarry ingsaway pppr' state' a trait -of 25t r et Siohto t and Cheenesoe iutaiuntar et to wne, lowing 11. A. great delOt of stoet Sne en Vt , been hilled o s :seee of thelera resorted Bnrilsl iermtd for six was fito the eaonitry ape ann eyTd e dooetorki makes n the tr lyrq e rd e -o hnedred p ntimnely rs seva rwek, tpahealtbtY taene IW es bylgted. Three new e rportd In Broolyn yea heV .also eti"1Iet awas blrien or dlpayfor carrying mate on the Hoarli and au f prl tt' ri .flt Hudson river railroads, he should .refuse to take the mails after October 15th. As the suma he de mands is larger than that the law allows the de Dartmeut to give, hisdemand cannot be acceded to. Owing to the inelement weather, the races to tike pieace at Jerome park to-day were post. poned. A prize fight between J. Woods, an old pugllist, and another man who is an amateur, and whose name did not transpire, came el' The piece was a left en Prince and lercer streets, and in the fight Woods was the winner, punishing his man so severely that it is alleged he will not survive. FROM WASHINMTON--HA AND NIcOLA TO BE Re. rOVnD--MmennSER HARVEY TO SUCCEbD ONE OP THem--OtN. neSTAR AND HnS NEW COtaeISSION LAND OFFISB MAs-RS-TnxE ENGoLISH HISSION. WAnsrorTON, Sept. 2G--The large number of claim agents here held an indignation meeting last night over the decision of the war department against recognicing them as attornies for soldiers, under the equalizlng bounty act. They waited to day pon the attorney general, and solicited his spinion on the power of, any department to pre vent agents from practicing in it. The attorney general intimated that the war department had made an erroneous decision. The war depart ment claims that the printed blanks end instruc tines are so plain that any soldier of ordinary in .lligenee can make out his own papers. Shaavey, pepaent minister to Portugal, whose ealary was tint off by Congress, It ssaid will be made cd ucel at Paris. Gen. Cnstar, brevet major general 6f veolln eers, having- rceived his commission as lioute colonel or the 7th regiment of cavalry, has, by a special order from the war department been In setreted to prosesd to Fort Ritey. in Kansas, to aid in the orgaliizttion of his regiment, which is one of those.athorized by the recent army bill. The ommissioner of the General Land Office Shaq reelved a report from the register of the a.ed officer at Tallahasse, Florida, ie which lhe states that the-beSt seas island cotton is grown up on the eastern 'ciast, and that none finer is pro ducedln the South. The demand tor labor is so great that in many instances the number of hander upon the plantations could be duplicated if the laborers ould be. procured. The commissioner of internal revenne instructs the assessors that dry barrels are eempt from taxation, but all the barrels and casks for beef, pork, lard, pickled fish, wet paints, etc., are tax able. It isthe understanding in proper quarters that there will be no change in the present minister to England. REcALL OF MINISTER BniOELOW--TRE OFFICIAL ANn. WASHINgTroN, Sept. 2G.t-The State department, a few days since, received a dispatch from Minis ter Bigelow, asking to be recalled as minister to France. This request was promptly complied with; hence an immediate appointment. SThe President to-day signedcommissions of over one hundredpostmasters; mostly ininterior towns' FROe NASHVILLE--THE CHOLERA SCUBSIDING RAILROAD COaSOLIDATION. NASHVo-rE, Sept. 20.--The cholera is rapidly abating. To-day's report shows forty-four deaths less than Meondlay, fifteen less than yesterday, and three less thanuany day since the disease has been epidemic. The nmortuary committee reporttwenty six cholera deaths for the twenty-four hours end ing at 7 o'clock P. a., and five deaths from other diseases. Of these, fourteen were whites and seventeen'blacks. Of the whole number seven teen were paupers. Capt. Thiebald Welsh has reported to General Lewis for duty, and been assigned to command the sub-district embracing the Nashville frecd Smen'a bureanu. Yesterday, at a meeting of the stoelholders owning the railroad lines from Nashville to Decc tar, composed of the Tennessee and Alabama, Tennessee and Alabama Central, and Southere Central, they consolidated the three lines, with one dissenting vote, udder the name Of the Nash. ville and Decatur Railroad. They intend to push the line on to Montgomery at an early day. Wood Benson, attached at the old theatre with cholera just as he had dressed for the part of Father Barbeaud in - Fanchon," is out of danger. PROX KAN.SAS CITY-THE GRASSHOPPER RAID. KANoS A CITY, Bept. 29.-About noon the ad vance division bf the Kansas grasshoppers ap peared here, swarming high over the housetops, their gauzse wings glistening like thistles or snow flakes whirling zig-zig on the rays of the sun. Be ing more nuierous west of nos they will probably be In full forte td-morrow; bntthe crope are too far advancedand the season is too late to cause dread this year. Theyhave a darker cuticle, and lAre smaller than oar largest domestic brood. D URTHER FROM Y EXICO. SAN Fs2xolscO, Sept, 20.-The Mexican consul et this port has received letters from Chihuahua, eated August 20th, giving official notice that the '-epublieons occupied Monterey and Saltillo, and tht the Liberals were active about twenty-five eaa ges from Darae o, and had defeated the traeorntidcaptured the city of Naseb, and that the French had abandoned Durango, which the Liberals have probably occopied. A dispateh received from Salem, Oregon, yes terday ns.ys, bothhonuses have balloted mieffectu. ally for United States Senator, and will go into joint convention to-day. nenK NOTns stUEotvABLo FOR TAXES. NARenvILL, Sept. 21.-Judge Bruin, of the cir cuit conrt of Davldeon county. decides notes of the bank. of Tennessee, issued prior to MIay 6, 1081, are receivable for all taxes due the State. TH PITSrrUnRo CONVENTION-A MARRIED SOLDIER PROVIDED FOR--SPECH BY THE ACTOR MURDOOE. PITTSUn1G, Sept. 26.-It commenced raining at about midnight last night, and this morning the appearane of the city was anything but favora. le. The rain fell in torrents, and an enthusiasm less ardent than that of the "boys in blue" would tave been completely drenched out. As it was, he only effect seemed tobeto increase the fervor of he convention, by adding to the number of those who"were present yesterday a great many who, I bad the day been fine, would have spent it in see g the tabe. When the attempt to seat the elegate w being made, it was found that many States had men enough to fill the hall. Pennsyl '1nla alone could have filled it twice over, there being 200 deleoates from one county. Ohio had P00 duly aceredited delegatoe in the city, to say nothing of bummers and lookers on. It raqnured a good deal of persuasion from Oeo. I Cox to get anything like order outof the assembly, buthe dldsucceed finally in getting about 30001 Into their seats. The aisles were densely packed by afew hundred oetheb. The first business be fore the conpvetion was the report of the commit- I oeoeo roeoluttomsappointed yesterday, but itjwas very well known at ten o'oloek that no report had yet been agreed upon, and many fears ei discord were entertained and expressed. How to pass Ihetime till the committee finished its labors was the next question, but happily there were gentle men enough present, ready with unepectedly aslled for seechesto occupy the attention of all preesntuntll Ben, Butler showed himself with a bundle of manusoript in his hand, which every one spposed oI ,be he thing wilnted--the report of dee committee. TheyBef not gntfalrly under way when oen. Bari. ,t of New York, rose and said there was a heltleslty wnunded soldier beside him for whom omething uglt tn hbe done-It was a private sl diler elongingtOhio, who had lost both arms elow theel-ow, at Perryville. A committee was rermed t9 oslleot ebserlptluns for himn, New York Ieadlg sl withS50, and other States following efith about the name. It in thought that nearly t .1O00'we raised within an bour. Of.llthe apeehobesa made, the most interesting, next t Gen. Butler, was that of Jas. E. Mardoch, he eminent dramatletand tragedian, in companyO wtth te Ohio delegatlon. ETER FROM AN UNKNoOWN RALIOcAL IN NEW Oen oLsAN.-SP-- Enu nY OCOTIN AND NAOLEY-THE :TOgK OF BUnoCOMBExnAUoTaD-tFINAL RESOLc TIONouINTRODUOEDe--THE nIMPART-IAL SUPFRAE a QUESTION DOnnD-E-ADJOURoNMT eInE DIE-A a ooaNG RATIFICATION MEETINGuro. P:TTenTrao, Sept. 26.-l'he followin5 letter, said F 0 be from a prominent citizen of New Orleans, rsonaioolly known to many of the leadillg men of th convention was read. The name of the writer fi ras withheld, as was alleged, lest its publication conld get him into trouble: NEs ORLEANS. Sept. 15t, 166. r y Dear Generasd--I am glad you are going to levee great national convention at Pittsurg. I clsh I could be there, but dety here prevents me. is effort now being made to wrest from -ou and Ii our brave comradeso the fruits of your victories,a rnd to accomplish by the rebel ballot wht t tho t 'bel bullet failed to do, most be met with firm oss and decision. Tie bad men at the North. ho in 1800, byypraotilcing deception on the peo- e dle of the South led them to egageg it war against l he Union are again at their hellish work. They d id t the people of the Ooulth: F .ight, and *1e D ill help yo," bat no sooner ihad the war begnl, P tan they ran away to Burope, Canada, orjoined . te Northern armly, whtle only a few of them sl ere bold enoughhto offer an empty and useless ympathy to the people they ad persuaded into volution. After four years of suflfering and II troggle, the end came, and the South surrendered i a the North. Then It was that we all hoped thie defeated re.o- w Olntlonlete would hate, despise and nevorer again olst the evil Northern men who advisedthem to o0 take war, but no sooner had peace come and the anger of battle passed, than the false and owardly friends of the South emerged from ob- B urity at homeor returned from infamy abroad, g' od Inviting the insurgeetsto join them in politics, m romised to gain for them by the ballot all they ad lost in the field, Strange as it may seem, theoI South listened to the voice of her old deceiver and now is going ou to war and misery again. Al ready we read daily of riots and morders and burnhngs all over the the gulf and birder States, and they wil so on be followed by revolatious and battles. The evil councils of the cOlperheuds of the North have taken such deep root in the minds of the Southern people, that I believe a peaceful solution of our difficulties is no longer possible and that war must result. Since war is inevitable letus prepare for the struggle. Let our disbanded regiments of volunteers he got together as speedily as possihle, re-organized, armed and equipped for. the field. Let 0s leave nothing to be done, when the time to march comes, but to cry to our gnllant boys, forward, head of columu to the Sooth. As for the copperheads, when the drums beat to arms they willreturn to their homes, off to Europe and Canada, and if a few of them. more bold than in the past, shall find courage to take up arms, of these we will make or naments for the lamp posts of our cities, and the shmde trees of our towns. Rebuke strongly the soldiers of fortune who met in conspiracy the other day at Cleveland to aid thle revolutionists at the South. Many of them for peace and pay f ught well in the late war on our side, but we do not need the aid of mercenaries, and they should go South where they belong, and where their sym pathlies have been all the time. Anxiously await ing the action of your imp taut commission, I am with respect, etc. Gov. Cattin was loudly called for, and, appear ing on the platform, said: "I am much obliged, oldiers of the republic, for your pleasant greet eig, and were it not that I have been engaged in the air, I might be tempted to trespass upon your time in spealing to you, for surely I would be flattered by the privilege of speaking to this as setblage of the true men of the repoblie. (Cries of go on.) Yesterdny I spoke in an interior county; to-morrow I shall speak again, and the next day, and the next day, until the election (Applause.) I will dran inspiration from this heroic presence, and I will go from this conven tion to work zenlonusly in my allotment, for I am with you all, soldiers of the republic, in this greut movement, in feeilog and sentiment, and [ will bear with me to the people of this great and loyal ,eommon.eclth the sentiments of this body of loyal soldiers. tfaving for four years beer in intimate colmunication with the soldiers from Penusyl aiseia. knowing much of the suffering of the people at home, knowing the number of dead, for the bills of mortality came to me fresh from the battle-with the full iknow ledge of the widow cod the helpless orphans made by the war. I pray God my country may never be plunged in anotiher such war, and that you may never be called upon again. Of all the men in this great repnblih:, the soldiers wiho main tained the staoility of thn government are the proper men to meet in oucucil now aid deliberate on what are the true leeons of the war. (Ap plause.) When you here concluded what are tihe true lessons of the war. you have the power to compel the government to obey yon, Politicians, statesmen and officials sinlk ino inisignificance be fore the mighty voice of the surviving soldiers of the repulic. (Great applause.) Gen. Neagle, who ras net called for, came for ward and aclnuowledged tihe compliment. He looked upon the eoonention as a tide that was to sweep all the old sloops of politicians that had been anchored in the currert of progress of this great republic. (Applause.l The deliberations of the convention tended to nothing less than the nreservation of our armies and their unqoestionna tle sacrifices in defens of the common causnoe. His hearers had still another round in their cart ridge.boxes-still another arrow in their bow to shoot the Gessler that dares to raise his cap des poticoaly over tie will of the American people. (Applause.) Chaplain Gen. Moody stated that there was now present a gallant old Prussian offi cer, identified forever with their eistory, Gen. August Willieh, of Cincinnati. (Loud cheers for Gen. Williech.) fip Dear Conoratie--I supposei my friends bring me iere to shoow yov a true American, who has not been horn amongst you, butwho hasmade himself. Miy old soldiers wsll understand me very well, because I have talked so much to them tiht I beliere they take my Dutch for English. We come here to make a profession of our political creed, which I think is just as important as our religious creed, but in that profession I do not want to connt only the few thousands present; thougs, gentlemen, if we should have ourselves weighed you would see where the heaviest weigiht is. There have been a few guests in Cleveland, the stragglers of our army. (Applause.) I guess if they could only looh here and see these honest faces around us they would he ashamed, and con demn themselves and hate theuselves. (Cheers.) No doubt they can now see where the grand army of the republic is. That army is here, and the heart of the peopte is here. and if they do not want to see it, then they will have to feel it. fllhirnraAl (Cheers.) After the delivery of the above, it was found that the stock of buncombe was exhausted, and as the committee on resolutions had not been t heard from, a motion for a recess seemed the only thing left to do, so it was made. Jastas the chair was about to put it, General Butler was observed to enter the hall, and he immediately attracted at tention and was vociferoosly cheered. It was known that he was chairman of the resolution committee, and the motion for a recess was imme. diately withdrawn. The resolutions were then read and adopted amid enthusiastio cheers. After this came Batler's speech, which was re markable chiefly for the omission of the African. The same observation is applicable to the resolu lutions. It was feared by some and hoped by others that the platform would declare for impar tial suffrage. This really concluded the labors of the conven tion, but an evening session was held, at which a number of resolitions were passed and a number of speeches were made, none of them by recog nized party leaders, and then the convention ad journed sine die. A ratiication meeting will be held to-morrow. Banks, Butler and others are advertised to speak at it. EUROPEAN STA IEER nEc.s--CnOPS IN ENGLAND, FRANCE AND OGERtANY---CIIOLERA - GNERAL FOREIGN NEWS. NEW YotK, Sept. 2g.--The advices by the City of London indicate that there is musht danger throughout England, in regard to the crops, owing to the wet weather. Similar reports come from France and Germany, where the crops are also short. The harvest iu Russia, however, was abundant, and heavy orders for grain had been sent there. The number of deaths from cholera In London had greatly diminished. The disease still prevails in various parts of England. It was reported in Paris that lMaximilian might be expected in Eu rope by every steamer. Entire reform of the military system of Austria is spoken of, and it is said means will eventually be adopted for doub ling theavaiable force of the empire. In the Prussiau Chambers they have been debating a bill for the election of deputies to the German parlia ment. Amendments were offered and seconded recommending open voting at elections, demand nlag that candidates have full liberty of speech during elections and that members shoauldbe paid. The Vienna De Baltic says it learns that France has made energetic representations to the porte against an adquosition by the United States of an island in the Golf of Egisa. France has been supiported in this course by England. Rumors as to Mexico continued very conflicting; according to an account Maximilian would at least make a de termined military effort prior to abdication. If that step really had to be taken, a Mexican army 50,000 strong, to be mainly officered by Frenchmen, is one of the things spoken of. The convention between France and Mexico, signed at Mexico, on the 10th of July, transfers to the French port half the receipts of all the maritime customs in the empire. In order to secure the payment of the princi pal and interest of the loans contracted in 1Stg and 1865, and all obligations resulting therefrom, and likewise for the payment of the interest at three per cent., on all sumos due by MIexico to the French. the amonnt otf the latter debt which is approximately valued at three hundred and fift t millions of francs w-ill be subsequently dlelfiitely fixed. Tihe Easters question again claims con siderable attention. , The Journal states that it is no longer the insur reotion in Candia alone which causes uneasiness to the Porte, but movemeuts ore bieginning in Epiros and in the islandsl of Caios alnd Cypres. The Lotndo. torhing Poot svays, it is said lhat the British goverament have alvised the Porte of acsord to tihe Island of Crete and Antoney, similaro to that ocf Servia, but that the Porte refused to dct on the odvice. The 15th orf PSeptember was ti second anniver sary of-lthe Paris Couventiou for the evacoation of Romu, snd the London Times says, that it is un-to derslood that the evaclatio nwill be coimpllete bi )December. Meanwhile, thle so-called Fraucs Pontifical Legion was so embark on the 1itl, at Aptibes, for Cevelin Vecchia, on board a Frelnch steamer. As the general in coommand at Iloone objects to his French troops eoming iu contact with those of the Pope, the legion would be sent t to Voterbo, in spite of the strong remonstranceos from that place. The King of Italy had been ill, and Bismarck was snflering from lneuralgia in tihe leg, oen. Monrovieff was fouonddeadi his bed, of ap oplexy. The famine in India has not abated. The London money market was rather lesseasy. I Basukrates remain st 5 per cent. There was a good demand for discount on the 14th for hall monthly settlements. The bank returns show a decrease in bullion of £220,000 sterling. i AFFAIRSIN MEXICO- -hEN DIAZ REPORITED KILLED SAN FnNaxactco, Selt. 2..--The im:perial Mexi can cousal's dispat,'hes front Acapuloco Septem ber 1511 say that the inperialists had surprised and killed Gen. Diez in an engagement near Ajaca SCilvy. together with most of his oflters anda large numbler of meu. Thle s.Ae conaul has dates frol Mazatlau of Septllleller let, elnd San Blazr, 3d. One battalion of imperial troops had arrived at the former place from lnuadalaejara. lGen. Lozado had resumed command of the Im perialists at San Blaz. It was reported that Tanore had whipped Pes quera badly near Gunyamas.y Lotters dated Coili, Sept. 21st, say nothing of the capture of Guadaltjara, San Luis or'Duraugo. NEW YORK, Sort. 2tl--it consequence of the deaths of Emile Depree and Solomon J. Joseph, prominent members of the Stock Board,there was no sessien of either boards this r. me. NKw YORK, Sept. 26.--The Express says that SGen. Dix to-day appeared before United States District Attorney Courtney, and executed his offi cial bond as naval officer. 2t II NEW YORK. - Cý zIAs ...........v aEa o E NO BIG PROFITS-NO DULL TRADE. in Ellgb3S[,,dd for Sale in Irl -Ar e. C. WITTY'S CARRIAGE WAREROOMS, 634,6, 36 and G39 Broadway; 166,1603 and 170 Crosby street. te Office, 363 Broadway, New York, is REFERENCES. E. FULTON, NewI 011311, LI. ANN, B. L. MAN 111N13 Orlens, LI. 3d I ABRAI3H3 B GOLDSMITII, New Orleans. is S. K. JOHNSON.'1 Ale13,31 I, La. tr WY. BOGEL, Otto [toot , to T le TCOYS........................................0 LI1b, 0t FANCY GOODS, BEAD. MIARBLES, BLATES, SLATE PENC1IL,, ETC., 19` ty -At it S1rasb13,er Alt: Kahn'., le 65 Ma~iden Lane, tor. Willialm street, New York. e MelIssrs. SB11,13er.11r A 3uh1 Lang now3 the largest 134311 'e are I. their tinel -1 1--11g la1id in their311!3,31131.1 ril.3l33113.esn 1-the lowesct grill ratesu, are enabledcl to offer foir the coming see son extraoniius i llncr htutr I Buyers will do 3ll to f33or them 1ith1 their confidnce, and to buy3u[ onc s Nail orders Frmiltl PT C-tPTI o- L'STASSLS133II IN 5181. of 3 PAPER AT LESS TitS A IAMNUFACTURERS' l'RIOE-NI1 3,lel wit113 1th13e comb1ined 33on1po11- 1313 hi1h 11ri1es. I 113er tlhe 1ree13 1 and best 111131 3d croc1 of PAP,,R~t, of every deserip:! o m to e foudi. tiro ceountry. B.13,31lars, St31leuoo s, 1ri1tcr13123 lull 1nder, ll save Honey3 be first1 examining im- stock. linters by moil pro1mptly tilled. to A. AR 11.3310..1o1o1.le Patt3r Dealer, ,d N3.41 Beekma1n3.11. 131331 ten-3Yo. 331 Old Sta11) is DUY GOOD I............. AUTUMN 1806. oC3 LATEBROP. LODINOTON A CO., n- 320, 328 nnd 330 Broadwny.N w, Yorpk, e. Invite thI attntion1 of all Footclans buy1rs to their stock3 of 1- D1 Good1. It w113331 beuu1133331311331ls fora l Southern to 13merchants. All depalrtmls of oar buiness ha.ve been mu1ch S. 11 enlarged1 s1pecially 1h.1t of Dress Goads, where we are con. e, I t'rntlJ opening all the unveltldj of the se.tsou j. which we It no3w ask the particular attention o lboth jcb313 and ret11353. 1. Our stock comsists of n.Dress Gnats, )1. bbawli·: end C~loaks,. Prints. Ble-hahel Shinto;-s,, I9 Brow1 n Sheeting., Flamm:ll, nd B~onkets, it Em Aosicrynei it 3~3,3 131; ISllIuz 133313 etc..1 11_ 1 13111, 31 131 It 131311311 1131 II. All ofwhich they otter atth5 lowest marke-t price, by it,. yt packge or ~tree.. E. H. REEVES- U CO., It NOS. 195 AND 137 WATER STREET, ,S New Yo,-k. It I"I 11nu 3,1d3E11 of and Dealers in S Agricdltarl and Hnnrtleslturaldf.mpomeot· t and Machines. I Plows and Plat Osstld~e, Mowing and Reap~ing Machines, Horse Powers and Threshers, F...1.6 and Grist Mlill,' Saw and 1 ll er Cotton Gins, Ingersoll's Cotton, Wool and Hay r Presses, Wagonl, CIrte, Tru1ks and Wheelbarrows; Guno, Bona D11 1, Hoy-'1 1upe1 Phosphate Lime and other Far. ti1ser3; Grain, FieLd, Grss, Garden, H30rb and Flow1er Seeds ; Improved Live Stock1, ,to. n Depot of the Celebra1ted "EAGLE COTTON OINS," manuf11tured solely by BATES, 1 0YDE 5 CO. Bg Send for Catalogusl. G.PA~bONE 313 FACT U ER Hadfeld's Vision Fireworks. CHINESE pIRE-CsACKERS, ROCKETS, ETC runererntutsu LANTERNS, FLAGS, ETC. Also, a large assortment of his, own mportation of Toys and Fancy Good.. S743John stret. n431 Bro1dw..............NEW FO05 FVNSTON de SCOFEELD, runtnlcmrssa 0 Il EXCELSIOR FIREWORKS, LANTERNS, :FLAGS, FIBS CRACKERS. TORPEDOES, Ere., ey Storest, near4I Broadway, New Yor1k PLANTATION HOES, SOLID CAST STEEL, OVAL EYE, Assorted at.", at lowestmarket rates. For sate b J. E. HALSEY* CO.,Auoto·ssss, AadlBsrdo1-s Commi413 on 1 Mer.chants, 06 Beekman Street. New York.. 3IIBIIYGAR AND COLT'SW PETOLD Slop's, Smith1 A eson's, and other ,14k533. For sFle 41 J. E. HALSEY 5 CO., A1311111.113, And HardworSareComl.Sdo, Merchants. 8i Besekan Street, New Yor31 JOHN C1. DEALS STATIONER, OB No. 19 NABSAiSTREET, NSW YORE. Alarge as ortment of firt class1 Blank Books. Also Dom ti and Foreilgn Papers and Stationery constantly on ha33d AeNonnt Books mae1 to order13 Lithography, Eny.9,anlg e3, Printing 1111113d promptly and 1n the beat1pat.13333 manner. S1 3Ito111111111lfor3*1de 13by ma13, end 433131434111 se nay equa tect frgos rsnl gnrrlti 8 PS1... PIM 1........ MPS STEAM, FORCE, SUCTION, Lifting Pumps of Every Deorlpttan, t' STEAMN 1nd GAS PIPES, PIPE and GAS FIETINOS A --uro- a EVERY DECRIPTION tl -13-. I V Plumber's. Gas aod SteSn Pitters' Goods For sale at the lowest ratas, by JOHN B. FULLER, S BEY STREET, New York. JOHN .54. S'tCLLEU.. 3 EANI.PAOTURRE AND DEALER, e No. S Dey Street, Nsw YSrk. Ha is store end reedy for mmediate shipment sad lsmenu Portable and 131 atlonary Steam Engines and Boners, Its 2b0 hares power (llrcalar auo Upright SSW Mills of th most appr113 'd c341 tr3 c1130, f all sixes1 , 01313 ng S Io t41413 feet of lumbar per hours Grist Mills, Mill Irons, Water WhIek,, 0"d 1 . kind of Mill Machinery ; Sugar Mills, P0 pEr3lad Mining 1g33311hi 14r Toot, Tanks, etc., for Oll sod Salt Works Cot t 1111e1d Woolen Mhe,1114ate.13 Vertlical Pnner4, 9Woodworth P133,i3 MaIhines. iron Pilaners, Gray Wood's 1133 ing 31, Eo0n1331113, chines. Drill Lathes, Daniels' Planing Machines, Bouring Machines, bluuldinL: Ma ma. 111tting 11ehlna 813 5111 3311313 - Uprigut Drills, Fowor ootnm SfLnchion. Stm3 Pum1ps, p3331, ,,13331111,13hl311, 0orce Pumps, 01o1 31,3113111 1313chim1es, LIftIng PumpI, 13134 P,1133 3111 9uetlon Pumps, Blind Slat Tenltning Machinesl PIy 14nlic jaI I I, Circular11o1111313113, RcewJa~qnEll's xe (c 111311313121.3155 Coatle oa 01311., 04111, 05,1, 0113313,, G4ill 1311,~o~s~r~u· Y4313113n13 11131q ,1,1113411 1113 Stop* Po1,1 45.54. (Ihlon and Nlrewy oph,, 91 EANFIIoEON OFn· CoTRANSPR SLATESto 8p NsRJIIEEals 41,4S1ou~w , dNowa Yrues, ·idY C. CA lVAS)f & (JO. c CAVARIOC &G ('O., GENERAL COMMISSION MERCIANTS, No . 110 Roal street, N:w ou si.Lss..x LIBERAL ADVANCES Madeoncousigumena s of cottona uld other products, to our fr(ead, Iu LIVERPOOL, HAVRE AND BORDEAUX. C. CAVAROO & CO, No. 116 Roal street. CHANGE ON MIGHT ANDi ON TIME At the conveuieuce of buyers, on t:e followuing named cities : PARIS, AMIENS. ANGOULEME. AGEN, ARRAS. AUCII, AURILLAC, ALENCON, BAYONNE, BREST, BAR-LE-DUC, BESANCON, BLAYE, BLOTS, BEAUVAIS, BOULOGNE, BORDEAUX, C ARCASON.TE, CLERSLONT-FERRAND, CHARLEVIPLE, CASTELNAUDARY CAHORS, CAST RES, CHALONS-SCR-MARNE, DTNKERUQE, DIEPPE, ELBEUF, GRENOBLE, GRAY, LYON, S LAVAL, NAil NT , LINABOlR NNE, PERIGUEUX, QUIMPLE R, ONTES, , REDES. ROt'HELLE (LAl RBO RENNES, OCRLEFORT ST. ETIENNE, S. ((LENTIN, PERSI'IT IN, QUIMPPiMR TOCLOUSE, TA, ES, F TOUR6S. o ROrby LLE (A'.aO ,, FocIe y kVAOC (' F.INE WINES (FROM THE HOUSE OF FEOEINOUFET BROTHERS, B 'RDEAUX ) 10 bbis. RED WINE--Cha.eao u Diilou-diTeren qualitles. 10) h d1.. do. do do. do. e 50 boxes do. d,. d, do. 19J do. do. Chateau Te,-ef.tt, do de. 100 do. do. do. Talb, 10 do. doo. LaoO. 10 do. do. do. Larooe. 0de. do. do, Margaux. 15 do. dt. do. Leo-lile 1. do. do. St. Julieu. 101 do. WHITE WINE-Sa terne. 0 do. do. Borsac. 30 do. do. Beaune. 10 do. do. Cha.eau Yquem. Forsaleby C. CAVAROC & CO., No. i16 Rival street. RED WINE IN CASES 2,50 cases RED WINE, St. Lomb.s and St. Eulalle, in store and for ale by C. CA.VAROC., No 116 Royal street. RED WINE IN BARRELS 100 barrrels RED WINE, god ordioay, in store and 1or sale by C. CAVAROC & CO., No. 116 Royal street. R ROUSSILLON O S................... A ORS. 40 barrels RED WINE-Roussillou, very stout. TI do, do. C.aoro, do, In store and for sale by C. CAVAROC & CO., No. 116 Royal street. BURGU1NIY WINE 30 cases Chambertin, Clos Vongeot, Romanoe, Nlils, marked Ch. IMrey & Co., Ligier Belair, in ntore and for sale by C. CAVAROC & CO., No. l16 Royal street. J- P3LAGNIOL'S OLIVE OIL. 2000 caseo OLIVE OIL-J. PlagioIl-large and small bottles, in store and for salo bo C. CAVAROC & CO., No. 116 Royal street. S RDINES ......... . .......SARDINES. 500 cases-- andl 'I boxes--SARDINES IN OIL, marked Bodel, Susbieille, Ch. Leda:nte, in store and for sale byC CA. AROC & ('O., No 111l Royal 0tr1et. E .UXDE-VSE . EA.JUX-DE-VIE. 5 l arts Coeq, Father & bos, ool2. Soeiglhhls do. do. do. 25 qoarts AchilePolti: 1310. 2) eighths do. do. 20 quarts J. . Guerin, 1535 20 eighths do. do. 50 qouart Borel. In store, and under keys of the C.lstom.house--or sale by C. CAVAROC & CO., No. Ill Royal street. LIVERY STABLES. CRESCENT STABLES DR. JOSEPH ELLIOTT, PROPRIEOP., 5 and 52......BARONNE STREET...... O and 5. avOng purchased from Col. James Nelllgan hls Stables, No.. ) and S2 Baronne street, betlween Colnmo:l o d oravi streets, I take pleaure to notify my frienod and the public eneally,that I am prparedto receive on Livery Hores and Mules, and Bu I e8 and Carroaoo of all deoerttioins taoing the FINEST A.D COOLEST STABLES IN THE SOEUT contaloino 120 Stalls and the bet Carriage Room in the city. AlIso, having Julost received a stable of Fast Horses and New Buggioo, I respectfully invite my friends and the publio to call audseefor themselves Alto, Aot rlngtooexerloo sehorsesln the btable. AU sick horses attended to tree ofeharge. JOSEPH ELLIOTT, Proprietor. TATTERSALL STABLESL No. 10. RAVIER STREET, NEW ORLEANS HORSES AND BUGGIES TO HIRE. ROUSES KEPT ON LIVERY, PHILIP LINERL Jlst arrived rom Kentucky. 12 of the finest moles brouoht to this market. Planters and merchants noIn tonee of gh. 1 stook wll do wsll o all at once Lt71 Baronne streel DR. J. ELLIOTT, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, ETaC. B. . NEWU ,LI. Commission Dealer In' IBoot and Shoes., No. 3d OLD LEVEE STREET, Bectween Cistrumhouse and Bieu-!l!e, Y010 doool_ , LA. E. RAUUEZE, WHIIOLESALE DEALER IN ROOTS AND SHOES, 75 CEanal Streoet. Partlca!vr attentionu +aid .o P!antttf-n '-dar_. JI 01N 01. HOS LD. OSET ROOTS AND oHOES AT WHOLESALE, No. S M[ratRSlne RotreeoR NEW OTL. LANS, MERCHANT TAILOR, No. 157 Cotemson Stree5 , (Betweeon Crondolst and St. Char.ies str1ets, New Orleans. ADVANOs... .......... .......... DVANCES Liberal advo o e, mae S oonsignments of Cotton nd otbe produce to my friendl Arch, Edmltoloo a Co., LiverpooL L. . MIERRITT, 47.arondelet streot, NEIW I.iU LSl 17E1.FNCII L. C . NO RVE L L A C o ., L. 0. NOE'FELL, T phAA-IEIOIUE. P'OWER, Nw OIprlpan Heorep entlng.. ........WS,9,O,000. CORNER GRAVIER AND CARONDELET STS. NEW ORLEANS, C03dPRI911N0 TRZ IOLLOWINO wBLL ENOWN AND RELUJILB COYPANINS(S MERCANTILE MUTUAL INSURANCE CO., No1. JS Wall street, New York. ASSETS MAY Dle, DEE6................ 81,000,000 ORGANIZED APRIL, 5154. The Compapy has paid to Its custom',P Pp to the present time,, Lossppp luu ,Eing ,p over EAHTEEN MIILLIONS O(F DOLLARS. For tun p Ist Dine ,ors tSIe Fnh Dlridpnd, paid to ppRnoldep, Rude fom Due thSNIl of the p at PPN lt., hav amountled in the sylregati to ONE 11UNJ1RED AND TWENTY-ONE AND A IIALF PERCENT. DA Instead of I RupIP a Rrip dividend to dealers, based on the priPeiple tISt Rll pip., of rpPks iE, eppqlly profitable, this CompRaP will hereafter make bpuch cashp abatemset or dlipput hroo the current rates, whenp preiums are pild, as the general experience of unlerswriters will warrnt and the net ppbolta smining Pathe end o the year pp ll P e divided to the BPockp humdera. This 0 .mpany ceotinnesto make Inaorance on Marilne and Inland Nnvi),,plp ..it TrauapurtppIpp isk., s, R n the mPP. favorable termsp, includingI RipE, on M rpb1ppdi.. of ll kinds and pfreiht. Policlip lssued makingloss payable In Gold or Currency, to the 1,,ice I, Np ON ,pe, or In Stsrling, at the o~ip al RKpthbonR, Bros. $ Co.,.0 Llis pL. EELLW'OR WALTER, Preslidnt. SiZAR. NE RDOIP, Vito PresideRL C. J. DEFAREP, SecrIPIPy. METROPOLITAN INSURANCE COMPANY 108 and 110 Droadway. NEW TORK. JANLARY PIE, 1S5). the tetin is re epcrtttuhily llpv n eo to tbulil evin, "tate· mels o r~ aprirllu~ ,( ',s Lumy ly during thre Vno~t year, Rlil tPIpP' 11P i, l ipithiplp nWiip As-ppp .-pplliplp ONE MILLION SEVEN SEEN DHED T¶110 FOANZI II LLE 110, ,,d pp'lpp yearn experi enceo i, thle conlduct nlll( eonerdl Ins.llm ea Dll~lleb, tile L·I)IU pmtyc cutldntltio uers to thle Pulblic. 1'tutect ll h 6,' t the perils ofOIO'EAN PR INLAND NANI,4.A'ION and FILE. 'Fhe R.ilrd Oirectirp, ve this dat rIFplven tp pay p dlivi. denld ON l I FiEN'P. ,I11 ,,te euintandii, ertinuetaa Pmtltnl to the Ilohh- s roreo,°. r [he~ir legal repronmontivoxu, an p'IpPalterth Pth,.INTardi,,.Ft olp.,,p.,ivplp of FIFE FEu i:ENT., .it ihe Capitapl Stock ofl iIhe',.,,,,,l : ll , payldlle'. e PP 1,-ndpopI o a P d ormlp1,II ol, IVEN 1FF FL P' Iit CEN'T. in Bt"[ly on the net rllrall" I P.lrti ip nti ný 'reiiu:II1 of the .'ta.m pang for the your ItiiS. tin. 1hicli iIurrlncnu on! b e issued on ,.ld oper phe .d day of Al ril ii-t 5n1:S P'onruIEPNPI'F plE·A') F..PpellppPn R0,ILIIT P. I'. 'iKAIIAhdl VI,, prrl op',.tp JlIIMN Ll)RINE ORAIPAM, Ap.d 'iceNPL't. PP. C. F.lIPPOP. 0e"'IPPF ELLIOE, AOPPPPI, GePIPPPIAgePtP WASHINGTON fISIRIANCE COMPANY. 173 11ro'RRNPy, cor. BarPPden Lane, NEW EORA, Feb, 1.6. CARAO CAPITAL ...................... .9100,000 Assets, FPebruarlPy 1, ' U.R. PPId Sl'p~pRdi,. ma.ppt 1711 1.............. 06.5 010 Iliipppppo 7.i1~1p; iI.1· LCp,pPlpIL.,pp .Idi Et anso get ....5)559 (adi,1,,lh.l ,It.S:i ppi lplr'd,-,p,,pd ppl,,,pIi dpi,,ppl, p ui. p1,,1JP C A.. fiP lr p l. .............. ...... ...F p pp ..p &i, - ipll S... ....... ........ ......... P .... p. , 7 4 A dl+;ideod of Si. I-rr . I. it,'FLIoLEE ?p':.. Ppay ,le on dIONnl INNEN Fltp L.,,-pld%`dtp lsr., a. ctr·;t dilrdcud of i; per oLt. np 0p. ,'pnd inp I erip. pA. POe iAp oRpPII', i-0P.'Rph. A:,, n Crr~n di:"Ileed of l'-it;: per cel~t. nn the F$nrle4 Popunmv of Vol"..f, ,utl ea to parNlp~ to in tO ppp,ts , fpora ierp ol anpd ,fper L,5,,,o,', Pip,,' 11EI). P.. S:1'FERLES P ),itent, .ENRY IE61UN, Vi.. President. WidPI . Ll,0oP . p pArep p, p p I Wup. A. S IUtl PI A pAlifa p p-prr pRy A PE oIre nRRP pP spaIed o iRPIPIp N and SPECIAL POLI CIEs a:,luns; the Perils of Fire, River andl Ocean, From Nam~ Orleans to Ports· and I'Inced I thle United l Ptttes od . ce ravr+. Alro at uoil from New Gluonsn to Porter Ports i. j-til merica or Eorloyu, ap,ir the MOST FAVORABILE TERMS, ..it will psy all Loses in NewSe Orleans. And Imm 00, long anaeltesrivr rrr"I[~olddma nilll Io'liniiu llnee I iiir rlc, ,vn ppe by close attention to huasless5 to lends suit but. Li Wp PPPPEPPRPa IV, move I0)Ietfllli, invited Cl enterO C wl~tl ail 1° ao neodink loronlnlce. pion onfidenlt 11101 tat we an nuke itl their edvantaee to patronlra thisa Ageancy. We are, tora rpectftllll L. C. NJIVEI. & CO., Np. &4 CARONDELET STREET. CORNER GRAVIER. NATIONAL MARINE AND FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. OF NEW ORLEANS. Capital .............................. $00,0 00 00. 8orplu..................... ......... 93t,51,4 96. Assets.................. ....... 5150 96. Insures against FIRE, the Perils of the SEA, and INLAND NAVIGATION. SRnCTORS: J. M. Curtenayp, A. S. Mansfield, 8.C. Emily, Geo. . D.isoa, Spencer Field, L.is Sehnbiders o. W. oGritl, J.F.H. (iGrace, D. C. McCa, Chab. W. Lewis, 0. W. Cochrane. J. C. ROURTENAY President. LOUIS SCRNEIOGh, Vice Presldeat LOUIS C. D'HOMRSORGUE. Secretary. This Company continues to allow s discont of TWENTY. FIVE; PER CENT. CASH to its C USTOMERS,. OFFICE: Corner Camp and Common Streets. CITIZENS' MUTUAL INSIURANCE CO. OFFICE, NO. CARONDELET STREET . Amount of Premilms for the year 166............ S0,6m11 ount of Asset of the Company ............... . ..... ,0 b The Board of Trustees have resolvedl to pay siT per cnt. I". trest on the outstanding cartificates of scrip, on and ater the. second Monday of February, 1866, and have, futher, declared a scrip ditidend of twentyL-fve per centl J. Lorber, Jas. A, White, A H. D'Mees, F. Mathes, Ar. Miltenbergsr, J. Lemore, A. Bidsult, T. Asendaso, J. Lemore, L. Grand, Joe. Gasche, A. Verloin Desgry, Omer Gaillard. , e MER GAILLARD, PrFestnL Hr. Oitsns., Secretary. O FFIP E OF THE ATLANTIC INSUR. ANCE COMPANY OF NEW ORLEEANS, No. I3 Oravler street, between Camp and St. Charles streets, Jul , 188--hi, Company Is now prepared o take FIRE, MARINE, RIVER AND INLAND TRANSPORTATIOI RISKS, on the most fvorable terms. EDWARD RIGNEY, President. WIT. F. KELLOGG. Vocs Pesiden.t, HI. F. JANVIER, Secretary. NEWV YORK. DEFIANCE CIGAR MANUFACTORY. D. HIRSCH A CI., ET7 Water street, New Tork. ' THE DAILY NEW ORLEANS CRESCENT KEPt ON FILE. A PHISIOLOGICAL ti VIEW OF MARRIAGE, Containingnearly I00 pages, and 130 fine Plates and En gravings of the Anatomy of the Human Organs in a ste Health and Disease, with a treatise on Early Errors, its De plorable Consequences npon the Mind Fod Body, with the As . thor's Plan of Treatment--the oy rational and succensa made of cure, as shown by the report of cases treated. A rC trthftl adser to the married, and those contemplating mar dsage, whoentertsin doubtsotf their physical ondTtion. Seint free of postage to any address, on re'eipt of 25 cents in stamps V or postage curreneyeby addressing DR. LA CROIX, No. 31 Mauden Lane, Albway, N. Y. The author may be consl lted urs any of the diseases upon wh hichs bookl sls etsl threr , ,nally or by mail, and medl. q Inls strut to Iss part of thi w.rld. PHYU',SICIANS. RI. . A. McLEOID- - OFFICE, NO. 5 C.oTONDELET SUFETp Offrs bh PsIsr,,e..sio SIerv-il t., t. Ci:izens of New TV. G. AUTSAN. id. D., AT TIIE OFFICE OF THE EOARD OF HEAL. H, b No. 132 Grater street. RS '(Posc, No. 746 Washinsto, .reet. DES. Ia, T. IMU .0 J. T. SCOTP-C PHYSICIANS AND SURGEO1NS, Oce, No, 4 CAMP STREET, between Coms t and Gra Tier. Residence, No. 39, cornsrJrephilud ApoIlo s.trees, NNw rle l ~ Ofmee oarnl, 11TA. M. to P.Mt. N. B.--Speial attention paid to D',seasea of the Ey ISIEDICA L. )IA·""O'iEL'S HELLS AND NA~VA A NEW AND GRAND EPOCH 1N MEDICINE. Dr HaZalels' PIlls and Salve. These wonderful Medlclnv are now so familiar to the people that bye hyttle Indtorseteyt of thleir vlue oa a Physic need be made. ThePlll.of her. aygglie yontai no mineral. They do not gripe, and they do not enfeebl e the system by extreme ) pyginlg. They are univerayl in creating A VIGOROUS APPETITE! And correspondingly strengthen tile digestion. They tone the Liver, clearthb Haud, and steady the Nerves. To those who are not fa eiar with the usa of ER SIAGGIEL'S PILLS, As an antl-billol remedy, the following qxtracts from tvadrou letters will be, it is hoped, y ebnebient importance to jutify I the quoting of them here: What the Patlent. Say of Dr. Magglel's Pills and Balve. " The bet Ptlll for beadcyhe I ever hd."' "SMy liveCr wares like an engine, thaks to your Pills. ' I am pleased to rny to you, Dr. i Igkgiel, that I would not be ithuut a box of your Pills for curing ms el morning unu sea, f.ri the world," "'You will flud Inlosed one dollar; Tyour Pills areonly 25 eut% but yI yyiddr theLy worthy ty me one d.llar.y" "Dear Duoctor--My tongue had a fur on it every lmrning like tile bbk of a cat. Your Pills toik it iaway." I" I tk halif a pil and crushed It to powdier, and gave it In eily to myi l baby fory yl,!yra moruyy. The dear little py ; w or w sh ell athree ac andr." ,I upt,.eit i, h,,rilyl worth !:ily to tell :'oa my ebrned yri hyeg icll we: fry m ti. e uy e l ,f yyfur Syl;y. I h ye b hbd 2l ceat. fo~r ao)the box I to kieep in tit hoh.n.r " Send me another hox of S;lve" yInylyyd fyind ycyans folr two boLes of yoir ii'agdiei'e Pills undone ,if SaLve."_ '"TIe meat gentle yet searchilng mediine I e; er ywaylwed." MAGGIEL'S PILLS AND SALVE Are o.nlst niver-ybl in their efects, a~d a cyre cyn be !alost FOR EILIOUS DISEASES Anthi leruanhe mons ore r tvo of SAra thain tetsa Pii!a' T::ib .iem t bealxic iyy erllyy is yet eiit oe abn bthte u.ull re,,eeOu:K ats of the m,,st dt-trery 4 d:reoo e t r. r~up¢.. Thee rr iyyies are myatyde hil.,y 1,y yrest VEb yl FIRL, bybtII'OUN DR nFer atlloot~i~ t ln m .td~tt elll fe~ma:e, srd c'.u he uiseu wi:h~ g,:,M efcL in11 prCsClbr ibe doule, t thV ·).usgert PPIR CUTANyOUS I)IlyyllllERS *3;d nli eruptio~ns rld ther n'i, thle SALV]:. !.. :i·,.t Irv .iu:ahie. It ,J.:s rauticl hem exirlli~a!y ·i,ne.~ hutl penetrate.* WILL ta. moat$ sby!rclna Iyfycty o the very reot iL:LS Fel. DR. 'IAhI,:EL, PiLLS mII'r&.IIBL¥ CUREl Xii. FOLLOWl:;l, rDl,}' LJEB: Asthma, ncHv.oche, Bnwel Coa:hi:farnt, Iodlrie-rl ,= Cough., h. ~ tn Colds, In aon, Chest Dleetes, Inwbrd tWedkyeee Coltivebeab, Liler yeC,,:=p a Dy$ aep ia. Low ess of Spirits, Diarrhea, Ringworm, Dropsy, Rheumalsb , Deblity, Bah Rheum, Feer d Ae e, bc.&, Lktin Diseases. Each Box Conatainel 12 PIll. ONE PILL IS A DObE. SNorr.e--None genuine wilbthout the engravel trbde mark around each pot or box, signed by DOCITOR J. MAUGOIEL, ew York, to ceounterleit which Is felony. 5 Sold by all respectable Dealers In medicines throughout the Unitel States and Canad, at 5 cents per box or pot. BaRNES, WARD & CO A.yete , eNa Selynye QALLQIGH-N'S FILLS --ron- CHILLS AND FEVER. A Certain Cure i GalllShon's Pill. arecompoocd smply of Vegetable Medi one,. They al Cathartic Pillr, n pon ,bo Aio ad.b, Liver nod Bowel; containing no Areuic. (Rlomel. Bo e als. oany other 5Diaeral eb *l nse. The great advantage tTt pro Sprletos claim for these 'lds isb that withiot the aidoH Calo melo Blu,,e s . o other luerolo, they will cre the moat ob Etinate cases of CHILLS AND FEVER, NEP.URALGIA, and all a1tlfoioTLo . lke character. Follow the dlrectonso and you will ind hey will do all that In claimed f.r them. Try one box, sud their own merits will recommend them ever after WFe have ued GllIIoban's Pills, and have never known them to tail to cure whe tie directions. were followed, and ouhol tatingly recamnunel thea to 0nblie fvor: H1un. TIlS. I. WATLS, p'x-Goernor of Al bams. lion. THOS. J. J IUD0 E 0 udge Sdpreme Court of Alabama. Hen. ROBT. DOUOIaITY. Judge Nith Circuit Court o Al.aman Id. JNO. W. A. SANFORD, Attorney General Alabama DANIEL SAYRE, GleUd Secretary Grand Lodge of MG . hon s. A la b a m a . e o WM. G. WALLER Sheriff Montgomery county, Alabama. Caol. R. C LITat.RALL, Col. W. CRAWFORD BBIER. Co. J. C. RIDDLE, hNewo eHns f late Railroad Contractor, Alabama, Georouir. to. M.Jor d. A. BANKSi, Commies!on erlchant New Or leans GEU. HAbON, Eaq., Mayor WotumpkL, AlaiamL Whole nsle Ag.entL. - TOS. W. MARSDEN, 487 Broadway .p ew York. itARRAH, RISLTY & TOIPKiINf. U.Oh.tbcrs otreet, N.Y. EDWARD WILDER & t O. Lou.is ll, e y. E. U.-ART CO., Sold by all Druggists. [etutllrlee--7l 01 per Bot. BLOUNT R HALE, Solo Proprietors, Montgomery, Ala, D 7 J. WHITE'S INSTITTE- 3? CBARONDELET STREE T. In rear of the City Hall, The first lEa o o human beings is happIooe, and bepplen implies health of body aLu miUd, Dr. WNIte', experience and success fo. t,0yl-one year, in an extensive praDooe in largol Ttlea, hare brought to him for treatment a vast amount ofi every form of. dlsease, both act. Hisremedlrestorerthse .omacb, livor and blood, and all Feretlon. and Mearetlkon of the entire sLytem in unhealthy to healthby ondtlo, Instead olf InJlrinog any prt of thbe ye. ter or the corL.ttttlon, they re oaso and repailr the iuiorle and wastes of the entire or 0lism; wltl troly a sound mind In a souond body. The Inotltuteis ottablishid for the irr ofoall cutae ao chroic disease., i o: Rhebmatiir, Colds, Coughs, Bronebitlf Loryn. bchil0, Althra, Conaumptioo, and all diseases of the Throat, Lungo, Hea, Liver, Soi.e, dtor.eoh, eBowel; ColtrveneL, Dyspepsla, 00rouaiL, EI'g', Evil, WhiteSwellings; all Sores, Ulcer, Abcoose., Cm,.an.. Fies, cFitia, oiyphilis and Gon.r. rhea I all heir stages, Meorio anld hereditary taint, all rad-. caloimpurtoLs of the lood, Juomdile, Diseasedoo the Eyes raHin, Go.re, (Big Neck) Dlsesoe of the Kidnapy, GravHo Diabetlo, Dropsical loisa, all FemaOe Ailments, WeakntLL , WaLti l and Narvo AocA.io.s; Sick, Nervouoooed Son Do ad. ocihe Dyreosion of 1plrlts, ilppooodria, HyLsterics, Fit or posmo, OWe repee.,, the wort rupt!Lons of the 0.1,, Hall... ulcers,of whatever nat0re, to the iocplent Cacer, whloh so grieor: oy0 aliiet humo aty, are speedlly and pepmauently oure. One or two hours apent atL the Institute with Dr. White fr O'loiy save w-os. of plvir or oilh siferlngOil--ot bin libt. Now that '. coo.icatio, ls opn again, ho receiove aolslpr. sons-iy and by lttter ao torn:ll, ; FHrom a1l g, r of the country. D1L fviltxL'on ANDI c LI I'Sft f-rvpo fell SARSAPARILLA BITTERS. The atlentlon of the P'oih:, C'.y and Contloy Trade L r. Lp.tcfnlly called to the inorodluclion :f the Saure~pnrllla Bltters, T.he ost Plooaant ,ald vamlo!e Bitter, tin: has ever beenol 0r,..:bod io t:ll cootry-. Thi traeo in geToral can 1b ipp!0i0 by the follo,-,ig Gr-o.rs nt¢ DrOggibiLS: b atolo. MIrks o Co., 4o , 45 and 47 New Lovee stoeel GriH n b Porch, 37 and 39 Tchonptlools street. E. . Hart S Co., 73, 75 nd 77i Teopitoulns stroeet, L. BasRet, eor. Gravier Tnd Tchoipitoulaa streeto. F. Avet & Clomhbao. 59 and 61 Old Levee street. fohb T. Moore, cor. Poydras and New Levee street. Wmi. 0. Mitcheil. 0or. Co and Poydro streets. Coo L Dowlteg, 3o Poydrao street. T. W. Marsden, Druggist, cor. Magazine and Gratler. T'ornoor B WLt', DruggistL, e0r. Roy-.i and Customhoto, 0. N. MORtiSON, Agent. 12 MagazIine street.