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ý a tOstorri -ka s ir
'OaxSept. IL- Th ta..ouer of the.
s rea ban oat .recvd a commpni
ti tor heSm rder
daedu. BrevetMajor
ea for the drishes of
portahe rs
Seton found ekaely car
n of Brutt. Two of
, and gold ahirt -tade
teue Capt., Butst wor
ela e ud bshotby the
e th taor that Jsdge Under
at have a 1seston
for Aaostol
Sfutontet pro,`e very.
t r gtit o.tem ando
vlcoaappeared ate oek
eatn oe
of.eran by vertin
o oiAd h rm Fort Smith msat
of 1t U pntdies on Logth
rooe btheymnr o tehe wek
dt is othe itronhios of the
( #0001.teobe waelh st aoat Ptteo
o lto o a.resese were med
[).'ac oks for, $10,000 each
Sthe troubleh olethe
lbBhop Stanley, of Hono
,.ai ..a resolutibn was adopted
sl.ii Analh dootl eaco, theologin lwnd
Fp. o p -t , fve.fresh cases of ehol
,rle. In thep;o|Y 'yesterdey. No
the dlaeclo werearepored in Broek
s ijt S-to .be ",lasight abatement of
S I het oen. eb.tse.a Wr, registered
Sh .ys, the cholera has
,i vlenoe Inhthe viciityd f
bTl me ýery bave been' eight case.
1 a aw . d Adosry, within twenty.
a' .In ettan o (aeota.a)
nl iatat i onoo ftrath
P" ý em v oor of a t and6,
plaeda te t r al en ed rmed t tht
iMT; a faorner bine
l "1eooi i :ee arled h o proe an
quatr ad mdhcalt cooorps bae baoen
d tbeselefo th ..v ith" every
ts of Upper (.anada were
a ealy^: par, stud no furher fail
r a, Spt. 2A dispatch from Nash
p g iSfsn~o`.she' CrcUit Court
"vU 6nt deoides +t hotes of the
f ee) ewtzcd prior to lay 6th, 1861,
are eivabie for all taxes due the State.'
t7,+.--The .Trbune'. New
.Ov. Wes1dh. preparedan
s t . l l chlo il soon be issued.
u. e rsl JM Ft.s nMiONA.
Br. Jossn; Sbpt.2.7,-late arrivals from Men
areport that a great many quartc mills have
b.oenetetedIoatlquarta, mining generally pays
k, 5 ralpOt, ,1and hereafter lil employ the
let lfond evae 8ol" at very reasonable
1 9ncn4'"ff i't wtl is a,. o, ,,, ,, .. n9 nrnviainna
S [Sitpoat Dttpthto the Ropublican.i
O. ' f AS.0tN ,t--O$rEaN4J DIX ACCEPr o THE
P." e'OmssttOOI0$-R.- -szOtO o0' OPNON PACIFIC
Bhao0A0D--A SOW t IotNAya P0S nATEoO
t TahtIRY AUDle#"IT APPOMIITED--OEGnERAL 80HO
rZLD AW WAal t OsGTON-a LTIORR ELECTlON
. O.eW $ 0PS' WANTED -A POINTvENTS AND RENO
i-taroragete, Sept. "-7.--When General Dix
e upon his duties as naval officer at New
e was not aware of his appointment of
r to.yraace. ,The athoritier here learned
that he wbul Cretire from the naval office
0 f 8>daeapt the French cemmiOsion. It
Iadetod, he will be here to-marrow to
Bh~is te nbefore departing to France
` oneralr Dix's part has been
S ia oew York politicians, who
a*e.b fora wek qusrrelling over the New
SYbronasval.ooee vacancy.
SThe ecretary of the interior Ohas received a
tcO tontion from the president of the Union
Pauelrnaialroard, le..d September 20th, showing
i 8aaana, horlfddte
tolpae p eldonf theaeventh -setion of twenty
tra T Ot gesvereaent commission
ea hagsebe1ertteots t examin the sectlon,
edoure oetet the~lirnway to Omaha for that pur.
-oThe a sou of the Union Pacific rail.
sl e naalso been completed,
h, -o ep'h have been directed to ex
iW a for poetmnster of Ciecinnatl
l the neonof oe Bs . Red, one
e eOlneatue Union.
Gd a i meo t ataoe, Who waescom
ee ra the Buchanan admin
,t 'to-day sixth auditor of
IO ei Ant .the !ttrier that he
'arrived in town this mbrnin
e With Gee. Grant. m
7t- pth eThabe, o. information of the
- .t 0 tror Swana, of Mary
iaiftOitn ad trbops to be
t ot j ,dine ýdrthgithe forthcoming
toa ues under the pressnere of
Ie oP 1tiathopc from all qularters, to
Wo ..:f.aad reinoals, daily.° Very
t te , eh'e stfoyet been pahlished.
- ' Qeateofasle !tolgaae ' oetexrore.
d gI8 .ti -,A- me~eting of returned
esbigne a:Rember oPftntes, was held after
aedtjooraraelent of the soldiers convention, when
a aodS nIiettaeof'rehel prison survivore was or
i galidby the eieetionof Get.X. D. S treight as
' e alt ,epo nsotltutigl and eihou
pltd asl followbi We, 'the survivors of
' hoea layal men who have been inearce
eted In Soittherte rloaso ; deslrous of forming a
t ty for the paerpose of collecting mnteriale for
iht tll tnpresonmet,a astafibrdilng aid
totose ftieir nume.er who have been rendered
eplet b rebelbarbriy, and oif renewing and
,prpe t ag te. fendshlp cemented.by t nutual
df BhPs re tiatedueoh an ergamieatiob.
Alt eoft retortt eprisoners was held at
2.rtt, at .which meeting the
. g'e A.D. Strelght, of tgdisnaeo pres
Ifrom eac 81tate re
tAhelensi having beet meade, wo
o; e prcado to priona to join with
nto uor e inb wioh the:vs
t. Thoae °eeosieetg moon
Ioot tagIoueh "loTfmarihe ae wilt
be htdCtshyt .et 'abet pelos,
id w, wla teol alapred that
o tr meaas eanda.
e t ~ !paeuj wdJa ronatr..
tion resssemblod, thl n merwcing in St. John'
Ch 's ap Theptos. ofthegatees of the Npisoi
pal/$ was' read. It apps that the 110i0mt
atingt added to the. spooable fund no'
ccee one osn ed thoosand dollarsM, the Utim
f~t.efand to be Obtained for the supportnf th
a bIshop. The report gels forth, tat the ntereht
i this sum will not snpport.the bishop and pay th
S eixes on the.Eplopa reaidence. The.eo ottec
r, were instfucted to continue the actiuntalan
the fund for the suoport of the .bishop, It W
rresolved to purchase house and lot asan Epioe
f ai residence. Bsho Vaeller then proosededi
e gver. his annal a dlle. Af ter speaslng-s
sand ell}'l itht'oo..tndaig-hi addres,
r" o;ee a zs wojo ae.tWaso~ios sken.
oa raedeohtlln bra adopie
Smt od attend. the funeral of t
if l po mithe on the calery of Ii
IS b t wd: Sfee thikbf sea e wall qrootp c
, bV o n yh. eohd sey. r etslha l ' istanlar
#806D~~~the' in32~o- tel dfor gt
.maegans . of meno alten adjouroe
h tnt oi .,11evening, when`' destw1a i ho heal
I frops the committes, o nd the hepa w condr
lhed th.ve. aryofLa:is eddreep . . o p
g aeStT Or Tese Ooe lfONe .aOyFIeATIIOte-re
rAe Fb Oyed Mt ONROpe, Sept. acp sshe reoults
S~t enta upon the. irodveulad target poay t
t· tbttb'dtlamd :.8 fet thick of Stone wail iron-ola
a wlth1e mhee of rolled iron, situate at adistanc
ef "0: yards, offered scarcely' any. repeteote I
t, he le read no t the a16-inchl mooth bore'and
t iloh odmaogon The. fle ineh Dyerprojectit
td weighing= ¢2p pond0sd-onesed' greater pws
. tie flntprpon the heav masonlry ore
18 caded the oal atlhe pf th tofficers presen
o n e 0ga tt an: d additionalBn thickness of in
islateshllereqied hefire any definite resa
in eputbt riredatgieipeoting the -mnner of built
in Ingifort eloatiouawetlrthe greeatest powers of ri
d eetnee egnstO the improved artillery of the age
A olooe eamination made Intoa the aFaidl
a-I.. C. Flinty propricator oi the Old Dominic
K newspapeert=bo, eho tetathelsovitimizedthe o
e- lowing bnko, National Bank, Norfolk, $1001
eFirst ationa.Bank of 'Norfolk CIty, 00000; B
- soraoie Trust Cothepnyef Norfolk, y 002d. Tots
tg $6,00.' The forgeries were mostly epon gover.
ig most hbil and vouchert. No else heen yet bee
is ebtained s to tho whereabodta of the defaulte
Msr..ossdatc O T0lE SIren TIOrnhr sun-E tCIon
Ct a. E d00.0s1ot L ahapr0.
r Itew Yer Soept. 27.-Henry J. Raymond put
'ishee alengi, y conomonicatif o in reaponse to
Sqse.tion by several peronsn whether he wndo
'0 eenle a pcaldidate for n e Congress. Hereview
L his oise durinfog the past twao yearas; deplore
'the bhench lbetween the w ecntive and Congreoc
SWhich he thinkse onght to have been prevented b
g cotteseltno on both eldet. He sayhe has nothin,
SIn commeUon awlLh'tlie Dmotratic party, and cot
fr cltd e In these words: T "Ther are many to
s " dertlonr, which would render thi unwise. hI
past aetion deisnot tommand the approval of
n larofh adyamong Bthose whoorigially gave m
m tape vgtes, anddapart from sech approval, so fa
a1t cm be -had consistently with proper lad,
a petdence of personalopinion, a seat in Congrec
spoeesdto havet for me any aitraction oer to offe
h iy opportnity for useful pnblic service, and
shall beat consolt iy own self-respect, as well s
the aentiment of my constituents and the intern
' of the Union caose, by withdrawing my nan
from the tanvass altogether."
d 000. SwE'neZNY ANDvTHE aNIrNOBROTsnnHOOe--?IA
d OnOT INk AO.OtoO-CRICxET MATCH,
id Nw Yeanr. Sept. 27--Ion. Sweeney publishe
r card detlioin to take any part in the proceet
logs of the Fenian brotherhood.
oA man named Jooeph Gorman was ehot, it
s apposed natally, by te proprietress of the pal
n .l jn Brooklyn. last night, named. Meargan
Toley, ealias Celestod Carfo art. She is snde
ifo cholera deaths are reported to-day.
SThe criocket match was continned to-day. Trone
erica's last wicket fail for 43 and St. George'
ifr gd both first innings.
WHA8OoLeTOoi, Sept. 27.-InformatIon has bee
received to the effect that o personu proved to b
a native or natoralized titizen of the United State
now remains in prieson in Dublin under the actsm
pending the writ of habeas corpae. Two or thre
are etill held In custody for wart of friends where
with to pay their pasoage from Ireland. Oar con
ounl aiTorntol writes that some of the Fenals
prinoners who were confined to jail there wete
discharged on the 13th iot., no evideance dsini
been fouod that reqtired their forther detention
The names of those discharged are Pat O'Brien
John Leunant James Webb, Dan Foley, Thoma
Darteand William Kirkland.
In the monthly report of the department o
agricolture for September, now in press, will hi
found a oisth of foreign oficial statements con
corning cereals and cotton, of especial intereot tt
American prodcers. The imports of breadotnf
into Grqat Britain doring the present year, shot
an insignifieant contribution from this country
hutthe acknowledged deficiency of the harves
for the senson, both In France and Great Britain
promises a demand which will call forth, at remo
aerating prices, out' oucplus stores, which forte
nately are sufficient to aid materially in eqoalizicl
the heavy balance of trade against nus in thi
country. The following communication, bearinl
date of September 7th, received through th
courtesy of tile assistant secretary of state, fron
the United States commercial agent, E. D, Web
oter, will be read with interest:
For the information of the commissioner of agri
culture and the grain growers of the United Slates
I have the honor to state that the harvest in nonet
of the midland counties, if indeed any part o0
England, will come up to the expectations the'
were entertained a few weeks ago. It will fatl
very largely short both in quantity and quality o:
the grain. Unfbrtunately for the farmers, juss at
they were about to commence the wheat harvese
severe rains set in, which have continued will
very liftle interruption down to this time, and tht
weather is still threatening. The consequence ic
that in all ptrt; of the cotintry the grain has hee,
very seriously damaged, and in some places whol(
fields Ihaveo been rendered nearly wortlless fet
human food. The crop of sound wheat in Eng
land, I am told by well-informed persons, will not
be above one-half as much as that harvested last
year. Very much of the wheat that will be hbar
vested will be in the condition commonly deocribe(
by our farmers as grown. Other kinds of graib
have also suffered very severely.
In France and other portions of Europe the
crops of wheat are also reported small. It will le
seen, says the report, that this countryhas already
assumed its appropriate leading position in for.
nisahing the cotton supply of European manufac
ture: The receipts of Great Britain in sevee
months of the present year were 1,017,857 baleh
of 400 pounds each, which is greatly in advance
of those from India, and almost equal to the com
binedsupplyof all cotton exporting countries
except the United States. A comparison of prices
in suggestion of the continued and assured nsu
premacy of the United States coaton in the mar
kets of the world, the imports from the United
States for six months from January to June intln
Sive are computed at $126,349,8501 for 005,704bale
at 34le, per pound, while all other imports aver
aged bUl 27c.--Indla cotton but 22. An interest
ing feature in the present report is the resoumption
of statistical relations with the South. The re
tumrns may not be sufficieatly numerous to afford
en!irely accurate bases for estimates hat it it
van r errr approximations nave bee,
Smade.
They make estimates of farm stock as compare(
a with the members of 16O60, as follows: Horses
08 per cent.; mules, 70, cattle 65, sheep 80 am
hogs 56 per cent. A table of the estimated nnm
bers eof farm stock of each of these States will b:
a foouninteresting. It shows an actual increase it
y the sheep oe Texas amounting to 20 per cent
The county estilmatesra tof the probable cotton croe
on the let of September, were less confident foa
dmany reasons, and especially owing to the dangel
to.which the crop is liable in the tature. A tob
aaalysis, however, at the date of the elementars
estimate will make up a grand estimate of aboui
1,O800,OO bales. The estimate of the various farie
ereps warrant the assertion that the year has beer
f one of remarkable fruitfulness. Of coron, there
will b more' than a thousand millions of bushels.
Altbhough feaoaof killiog frosts have been realized
only to a small eatent.,yet.the recently delngino
;rains have avorflowncd large areas of ripening
cern in the West, snd retarding its maturity,
generally arousing some nlprohensions of inferior
quality, In that which is not fully matured.
- BIrlTgoua, Sept. 27.-The conservatives are
holptliag. -meetit to-night in Monument Square,
to ratify theplat erm of the National Unian Con
veantiodns.. It is an immense gathering, and great
enthusiasm prevails. The Ward associations
marched to the meeting in eroceesion, making a
very floe display of riumerous transparencies and
lanterns, fireworks add teuste. Theospeakers are
Gov. Swainse exGov. Pratt, Colouel Phelps,
LHiram bttCleogts, Carrioger, of Philadelphia,
and oth.e ,
BaTInsaaoR, Sept. 27.-John Price was convicted
to-day of murder in the second degree, for killing
Clinton James at the museum, last May. This is
thcothird time Price has been convicted of murder.
There is no cable news to-night, The lines are
down.
A suit hBes been brought against a Southern in.
sarance company in the city court of Augustaet
Ga.; by the representatives of a COnfederate con
stript who died in, service. The Company slaim
itht the entry of the deceased into military service
avoids the poligy. The heirs insist that, as that
ientry cu involuntar, the company ares holden.
The ciy cout sustpained the company, and th.
case has been appealed,
SPE(UIAL ..NOTICE.%.
-- Cdnc Cf a neeel t 7anerr 211 Cared
n a few bohaers without pain "Atha., by at atldiot that
newe failes Rhumaatlsm, by the Eiletic Magnetic proess ;
SConsulmptitn, by. aew ystem, without medicia e ; all othea
Chroi l.eDeass by special treatment, at the Magnetic It.
rm eary, 422 West Fifth treet, T.e mat distingished tlMa
Snetl Doctress and Clairvoyant of the age in attendance. Una
if oeptionable ttances gi e. Send for Cirular t
PROF. HARVEY,
L.ok-box t95, Cinctnnati, Ohio.
S-m.arriage and eelibae, an Elny o
SWrnlngs and Inetractlte, for YoUng Ien. Ala, diease
d abasM s wkehpretrata the vital pdwer, with sure mean
dof rlif. Sal frM of hahge in q.is letter envelopes. Ad
dress Dr. J. DRILLIN HOUGHTON, Howard Aesoaiatian,
Pblladelphi.
B .,-Q llgu an's Pills fer Ohtllu and Fever
' Thetestmoniatalktat edtotheade tteemeat !of theue Pilt
a. frou getlemn known throughout the whaole couantry
S ulaihr -adty c aeat b questtonead and platm the merts ol
d theeudn e at one beyond doubt and recommends at t pop
dal faevor, Sae the adnn. ament.
-A New and oreat depoeh In LedlaceL.
- Dr. Ui. el Is the fondeM of a new Miedlal System
The gqantitarens whose mat intenal doses Inthlbt
I the stomach and paratly the bowels, must ivre predean
to the man who eatomes health aadeppuette with frm onot
two of his extrardiaary Pdllr, and cures the most varlmn
SsOe with a hbOor so of his wondetfui ad aU.-healneg Salea
- Thue twe g aeetpetdu at the Dotots are fUat eupmeedlat
2 tlth.etek.eypednsa ra of theday. Eaxtraodtaaeryroa
by Magi's Ps and Salvehave opened the eyes of the pub
RS itO theanemeenoy of the (so caled) remedie of others, nid
a uponwhchpeopithve o lotng blhidly depeded. Maggid'
P1s a not f the e that are swallowed by the doen, aad
of which eey bo fall taken mceetes an absolute naesaltyfr.
anotthe. One or two of Megtde's Pills somceto plate the
Sbowel natt order, tone the stomach, create an appetlt5
Sd emnder the spidts ght and buoyant Thees o galping
and no eantbon in theterm af cont ptiton. lthe livert!
aflaeetod, its a otion a restored; and f the nervous eyeste
is ttble, it is inrlgated. This laquality makes the ed!
Ivda.as dedrhable for thewat of delicate females. Ulcer
Sondeand eruptive dae are lttersall extlngnlahed by the dli.
feta powe of at elMa e' Salve. In: fact, it !i here an
ao naed that Magglel's Bilions, Dispeplic and Diarrhea Pill
earn whor all others fail. WhIle for BErns, Salds, OhIl
blalnuCats, and ah abrasions of the skea. Magglel'e SIve tI
tafalltble aold by J. Magglel, 11 Pne street, rew York, an
altDraggiet, at 25 enta per box.
BARNES, WARD & CO.,
Agaets. Neo Orleans
- Mre. Wlnalow'. Mystle Pills are pre.
Spard only for legltimate purpose, d ae the only safe and
Ssffectiver medicine afor females extant.
S Do not trle with your health, and use cheap and dangro
a meditnewhltch drugisate have bought, and will recommend,
ielng lgorant oftherproperties.
RThy are a ertut eare for all those painful and dangeroun
Tl enrder to whlchthe female costituttion is subect. They
moderateallxce, andremove all obstractions; they invia.
orate the debilitated and delicate, and, by regulating and
taengthaenng the system, the hue of health i, restored to the
Sheek. weakess of the spine and limbs relieved, and all the
a Indltions of nervous debility removd. maiden, wife o
r mother honld e without them.
ATry them-use according to direction, and be coninced the
thbey are the Lady's Friend.
Ask for MRS. WINSLOW'S MYSTIC PILLS. Take non
I other. Prie $2 pert box, r three boxes for $5.
S For al by l druggists. O
It J. DONEoAL,
Wholesale Agent for the aSoth,
20 RSt. Charles street. N. O.
N - The Queenl The Queen-l-The Queet
OF HAIR RESTORERSI-Mlre. Winelow' Queen Hair a e
Ssto i queen not only in name, but n virtues.
It is the bet Hair R storer ever offered to the public.
An inflble retorer and preserver of the hair if faithmllI
appled.
IIt s no hair dye
It tant direatly upon the roots of thehar, changing gra
hair to its original life color; arresting premature decaya nt
linagantofthe hair; eradicating scnrf and dandruff an,
aneag all humors of the scalp.
It will change dy and wiy hair to soft and lnaxrian
It Ipart a delightful fragrance to the hear.
In short If you wish to restore your hair, as in youth, and
Man It throughlife, use MRS. WINSLOW'S QUEEN HAIR
RESTORRER Prie $l per bottle
Sad by aldt gdmglt
S3 gs J. GONEGLL, General Agent,
20 St. Charles street, N. O.
-- Suetly Stenadly, Suessfe.ully, Bmolan.
tles Extrateoft Bauch is aaing every eae of KidneyDlseae
Rhenmatlsm, Gravel, Urnary Disorders, Weakness and Palin
ItheBack, Female Complaints and Troubles areing frao
ceees of any khind,
Com ye amiletdl Try Smolatdera'-Take no other Baehal
oldbyalapethecades Price, $. D. Barnes Co.. New
York and Barnes Ward & Co., New Orlens, Sothern ene.
Bnrleigh A ogers, Wholesale Drggists, Boston,M.u, gene
nI agent.
--Coligante's Honey Sonp-rThl eelebrated
rollet Soap, t such nnaversal demand, Is made from th,
holteet matedrials, is mild and emollent in its nat.re, ha
.antly onated, and extremely benefslial nlt action t pon the
,kn. Forsale by al drugits eand fany good deadler.
u"
PIANOS--SEWING MACHTNES,
SZORN A REEtER.
d. V, ZOR,. r. w. BREMER.)
IMPORTEF DEALERS IN PLEYEL PIANOS,
lie dm AGotn s OnR sISDR. & so0s'
n CELEBRATED CYCLOID PIANOS
b- 98 Camp Street, Near Poydlras, New Orlean
Constantly on hand a select stack'of Pianos ofNorthem ar
ri- opean manufacture, Piano Stools, Cover. Strings, et
Pianos tuned and repaired. Second hano Pianos bought
ta, klen n xchange for -. Piao ti r ront.
of F. . L G.ETE & CO.,
[Late Lights, Newton & Bradbury.,
of Hnufaturers of FLrst eloa" Plano-Forteo
SHighest Prmihm at the Ameridn World's Faur and Exhib
dtion ofthe industry ofa.l nations.
St This wlU-knowk estblismoen t is now continued by F. (
di LIGHTE and LOUIS S.VS'O, bthe old stand, 020 Broo
street. between lrosby and Elm NFew York So ty o
A. E. ..mL&ac a -
le MUSIC PUBLISHER, PIANO MANUFACTURER, AN.
SIMPORTER OF
It usteal Hdterchandee,,
167 CANAL STREET, (NEAR DAUPHINE,I
inNew Orleans.
S Wholesale Depot of the Blaskmar Upright Plano
nB. Nnn's. (Late Nunn & Clark's); Ga1d & Co.'s; We
SKnabo & Co.'sand other lrstclms Pianos; Prince &Co.
Organs and Mlodeons, oa of which are sold to Dalers a
q Schools at fatory wholesale rate
NEW YORK.
1DEFIANCE
CIGAR MANUFACTORY.
I8 D. RIRSCH & C..
it 1 Water street. New York.
e THE DAILY NEW ORLEANS CRESCENT REP
in ON FILI
d A PHYSIOLOOICAL
S, VIEW OF MAREIApE,
d Containlngnearly 00 pages, and 130 fine Plates and Er
a g ptPin. of the Anatomy of the Human Organs in a state
n Health and Disese, with a treatise on Early Errors, its De
t plorable Conoequences upon the Mind and Body, with the Ao
P hor's Plan of Treatment-the only rational and sneceessf
y modeof cre, as shown by the report of eaes treated. .
Smtruthfl adviser to the married, and those contemplating mar
Flsge, whoentertatn doubts of their physical conditlio. Sen
hiee of postogeto any address, on receipt of 25 cents in stamp
or postage currency, by addressing
DR. LA CROIX.
No. 31 Maiden Lane, Albany, N. Y.
d The athor may be consulted upon any of the diseases Opoe
which his book treats, either peronlly or by mail, and medl
sins sent to any part of the world.
rl -- - - - -- -
LIVERY STABLES.
CRESCENT STABLES
SDR JOSEPH ELLIOTT, PnoORRIeoR,
aOand 5o...... BARONNE STREET...... On and l .
S Haing purhased from Col. James Nolloan his Stables,
Npa Uds erpAonne street bet ween Common and 'lroie
tre t f ts takepeio0ur to notiimy frlenso and the pohLI
geoenly, thatnllam preparedtoecetva on Lvery Horses and
Ml.a Bggiens and Carroages oof oll deserliptlons honolg
the INT uD CUOLT ESTTABLES IN THE SOUTH
eontainngS 120 Stall and the best Carriage Room in the ei -e
SAIo.bnelbng Juntresoelveda stable of PFast Horses and New
SEu 1 o . o enenpncttfury invite my friend andthe public to call
onon c fr heemselveo Also, n fine ring Stoexeroise bones in
Stotat*be Aln slekhorses n*tendedto tree of charge.
JOSEPH ELLIOTT, Proprietor.
- AEPSaLi TAHBLts.
No. IisnAVIER 8TREET, MEW OELRANI!,
HORSEE AND RUGGIES TO HIRE.
S ORSES KEPT ON LIVERY.
us hfroa Kentucky, I1 of the ne[ monte swe
oooa ma ao.nHat srat, .sfr *taa
HOOFLANDIS BITTERS.
A I[NTERESTING QUESTION.
What cl of people will be moat meeceptible to attac.
from Cholera?
Ividently those affected with any disease of the stomaeb,
r,or any of the organs appertalning to digestion. This
class of persons undoubtedly will be more liable to centralt
this disease thinthose possessed of strong and healthy digeeatio
organs.
The question then naturally arises, how shall we restore
sedkeeptehueorganselI a healthy and normal eondltloe?
We answer, by attetion to diete avoidlng all undue extea
.ment, uslng moderate exertise, avoiding all lttoxlcatet
drinlt, no matter in what ferm presented, and by the ee,
aceodlLng to directions, of that great strengthening toolc,
h] ROOfLAND'IS GERMA BITTERB,
ef
PREPARED BY DL C. X. JACKSON, PHILADELPHIA
This Bitters is a compounted of fluid extracts. The roots ati
Sherbserom wehich It is mh de e gatheredin Germea y, andthei
virtues, ti the form of extracts, extrted by one of the mo
sclentifichemists and pharmaceat.tis this contryafords
eIt is
at Not a Liquor Preparation,
In my sense of the word; contains no whisky, , mr an
M other Intoxicatinlng redients, and can be freely used in efam
SDlee without any fear or risk of those using it contracting th
Sdiseee or vice of intemperance. We wish this fact dlstinctlt
understood, as many are apt to confound this Bitters with th
a many others before the public prepared fromllquor of soe l
l tkind.
SDring the
1 CHOLERA SEASON OF 1849,
IsThs Biters was extensively used throughout the entir.
tcountry
AS A PREVENTIVE,
. And we have not heard of a single instanee in which thl
a Bitters was used, where the persons suffered from any of th
Cs symptoms of Cholera
THE GREAT STRENGTHENING TONIC,
IHOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERSL
WILL CURE
DEBILITY! DEBILITY
i, RESULTING FROM ANY CAUSE WHATEVER.
is Perostration of the System,
YInduced by
SEVERE HARDSHIPS,
EXZPOSURE,
FEVERS,
on
DISEASES OF CAMP LIFE.
SOLDIERS, CITIZENS, MALE OR FEMALE, ADULI
OR YOUTH,
Will find this Bitter a pure Tonic, not dependent on bac
iquors for their almost miraculous effect -
This Bitters will cure the most severe cases of
y DYSPEPSIA,
And Diseases Resultlng from DIsorders o
p the Digestive Organs,
e And is the only Sure, Certain and Safe Remedy for
LIVER COMPLAINTS.
tI All are more or less affected during the spring and fall witl
torpidity of that important organ of digestion, the Liver
This Bitters, without containing any preparation of Mercury
Id or by purging, acts powerfully on this organ, exc ites t to
R healthy and lively action, and gives a tone to the whole sye
tem; hence,
Health. Energy and Strength,
Take the place of Sickness, Debillty and Lassitude.
HOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS
Will Cure Every asee of
CHRONIC OR NERVOUS DEBILITY,
eDiseases of the ]Kidneys,
--and
d DISEASESARISING FROM A DISORDERED STOMACH
OBSERVE THE FOLLOWING SYMPTOMS, RESULTING
from Disorders of the Digestive Organs:
Consetpation, Inward Piles, Fullness of Blood to the Head
Acidity of the Stomach, Nausea, Heartburn, Disgtst for
Food, Fllness or Weight in the Stomach, Soeer Ee
tations, Sinking or Flatterblg at the Pit of the
Stomach, Swimming of the Head, Hur
ried and Difcult Breathing, Fluttering
d at the Heart, Choking or Suffocat
ing Sensations when in a lying
posture, Dimness of Vision, Dots
S or Webs before the Sight, Fever at.
Dull Fain in the Head, Deftcepcy of Per
spiration, Yellownese of the Skin and Eyes,
Fain In the Side, Back, Chest, Limbs, etc., Sudden
Flushes of Heat. Burning In the Flesh, Constant
imagininge of Evil, and Great Depression of Spirit.
We hae h,,tli of teeiemonials from all parte of thee cn
try but p-ce w:ll allow of the publication f Iut a few of
them: hence we -eeleo thotse of w'ei known lnperson- whore
inteil'eeeue aud dlscriminetti, are beyceea doubt, and cw
Will Puy $10Oo
to any one producinz a certifloite published by es that is not
genuine.
RECOIMMENDATIONS.
[From Hene. James Thomneon, Judel of theo Supreme Court
of Peneeyleveia.]
I'ILADELPItA, April 28 1966.
I concsidr e Uofland's fermen Blttcr'e" a rAeluce i mad
icine in csa' of attaeks of 1, gecto,n or Dyspepsia. I can
eirtif tiee, frml my e lperiencec or it.
Yours with respect, JAMES TIIOMPSON.
[From A. McMakin, Esq., New York, No. I63 Broadway,
March 29, 11.6.]
DEAR SitI take great pleaseure in testifying to the extra.
ordinary remedial qeelitles of the Hooteed's German Bitters,
procured at your esae llhcente. -
A member of tihe family has been many yearn a perfeet mar
tyr to Dyopepsia Palpitation of the Heart, and t.cer dio resa
ag offsprings of a tor pi d li ntile persuaded to try the
ahovecelebrated remedy, whiln, in a few weeks, resulted it
maingt her (to use her own words) " a nowe woman."
You are at lberty to mlake any "se of this you see tIt, or
refer similater sufferers t Yours trly,
A. MeMAKIN.
[From John B. Wickerseham Esq, tirm of Wickeresam &
lutchlinson, the celebratedl Manufacturers of Fancy Iroe
Works, No. 259 Canal street]
s am the recipient from you of one of the greatest favors
that anbeecoferrecd upoe man, vir: lthatoellhelth. For
many years have I suffered from one of tihe enot aenoyting
ande debilitating complaints tlhat the hsman family can be
alicted with-chronic diarrhea.
uring the long timle I was sufferinge from this dile see I
was attended by recguelr thysicians, civin mte but tempocrary
relief. The cause seo ee tc remacin untile l was ilucd to try
Hoofliand's German Bitters. Alfter tllh use of a few bottles of
I tht evaluable medlicine, the compsalt seemed to be come
plcely eradicated. I ftee inwardly thank yt for h uech a
iahhblo specifie, and whenever I have ae optretleYet . cheter
helly recommened it, with edel coneidnel in e it . r ;llail-.
Teoersctrely. JOHN lB. WICIOEHlIIR..i.
etw Sor, t. eh. C. iSet.
IFrem Chet Re; Lcvi n. ncerli, Parte of tile Bsptisul f'iurcbl
Peo~ron, I ' . fiad ier i at y ý p. Ci h (:beil
p'li~cpln r presentr Puntelr of the Bnpyi st Churchl
Cheter, Ye
I i111e- 1 ien' Ii,(icod'r Oe mian Bittier. asnrill for -
It'i,-of yeiar I ea -sett ithem I , m'w i all nd
IoveNe,-n "+, ipead with !Lair efeet, that Iee iull to
h awrated in i sirieeii gy henedcial de! ere . I take greee
Imc-CreCi thiiu iplly p iracime iegothi, olle, iId culling th
arettolr of l' allicte withl thel diceete w ii eg
areIrelnloelloll to Lhlasa wre~s itters, kno lr'.L~lu
that my rnr·,nloenlntiou will e sustained.. I do, this molre
chee~rfuilly , looehxnd's itters is iutendod to Ieefl t the
etliiced, ed is 'tent a rum drink."
Yeceetruly, LEVI G. BECK.
Be Sure you Get the Geaulte.
Prepaeed by Dr. C. 3. JACKSON, Philadelphlce, tillh his
signttre on the wrepper aed hi namte biew. it the bottle.
Thgereae ecuntefeilts in the mteket.
Prtee-Stnplgehttie 81, or a half dten ter l85.
Shotldyltr nearest Duggitit not hvee the article, do tet he
pet oet byttny of tthe ntoxicttitg preparattlio that mey be
lffeted In itt plact, btt send to te, and ee wi etorwed,
sectetly pelked, bytepreee.
PRINttIP'AL OFFICE IND CIANUFACTORY.
No. 081 Arch stree, Philadelphla, Petn.
tCHAS. N, EVANS,
t'oprietor,
(Forterle y . I. JACKSON a 00.)
eor t.;by Drulggitteand Dfealee in tt edl totn t the
Unlted BStlate
BAMSSE, WARD & 00.
Nee Orlense, Agents.
SCHOOLS--YOUNG LADIES.
S ELECT SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADLE
of 5,e Hebrew fa5th at 173 and 175 West Thirts- i
street, betwese Seventh and Eighth avd.505, Noe York.
To the I.aellte, of Lolalanat
Mrs. HENRY 0IMON5 hanvsfI been requested by'ms.
olf sblboutsha .5n Western Ilends (ose. ohlldse be
been educated at the Institute) to make known bar Sobh,
announces to thbm that she sota!,.s p.5s ms m thbs ags
eaves be. n Tb t lca ssqs thlEngllSb, Frons
Gserman and Hsbrssw ansguagesthoroughly. Mlos
85ngl taught blyy able yss5.5.Ss.. 5.5.5:50 Esbssd.
mad em mod, l55,5s55515. Dasncig nf Gymnastic ex,
5.m, tsught durnlsg the wintsr season. The ppil.s ..5.ndb
the onstitute willL5 114 it home t 5 5ver respect, and e.5
arse will be token itlb their moral a.d religliou tranning.
PPpfls ten enter the Institute at any time.
For Oiculas., apply as above.
MOUT ALUBREN
YOUNG LADIES' INSTITUTE.
ThSsBchool h..5s s'eonclsdnd Is Testb Yses. 1t,115.55
1., been one of prosperity .5d growth from the corbme
15nt. The last t5 yeans the1da1ly avesra .lttendane I
i been mors tha swo handrabld, ad many bae. bean refs
r admittance for want of ascommodatlsn.
A New Building
I, now under dontract, to be seay for oCCuancy5 at I
opening of the Fall Session In september, and it Is ho;
that hereafter all can be re5e1bsd apspllpis ho apply.
Tbhe Library. Apparate. nod Cabinet
Asr recslilsg yearly, valuable additlons; and the purPOse
kept steadily in .iew, to furnssh ebery facility fora theeb,
course of instruction
The Fasllty cslsists of four male and elesen female tees
555; all experienced 155,1555l555n their 5 oseral depsrtmen
The Sch51 is fully gsrded from the Preparstory daps
mset, throbgh the entire corse of Alcademsis and C5.
ca tudiedlas
75or Partislsas 55d555115g55s, address
5. 55. WHITEY
l5Weslt Fourth 7stbet. Cinc.5..ti, 0
ST. CHARLES INSTITUTE
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL FOR TOUNG LADII
104 Bourbon Street,
Opposite the Opera Houss
Mme. Mcshbbegs t ssoes55s, thbt her Institute sill o[
for the sesssl. of 1866-7, on MONDAY, Septymber 3Odil
whsen she hopes t5 ses that prompyt retain of her pupls so
dispensable to their ll 7eain5t5111Il advantages o[ the e Lbtt
and fustructtona designed for them.
Tbhs advantaesgsffrdd by rhs Institute for the aegrisft
Sa 5prllosient acquaintane with Iboth the FssInb and Enol
Lsaossges are5ell known, ssd Msme. 5ace has neglsel
nothinb that can smears, Os heretolore, the most acc5mpllil
Preceptor, in the aiouls branhels of Kssslas..
Prosspecuses may b, procured at the Institute, 04 Bola
street, sppyllle the Opera ossse.
THE HURLER FEMALE SEMINAR
BATON ROUGE,
oossptes a Lassge sd Commsdioss Masison, withesSle I
Rselsded 05ro5ds.
Thorough 115.5sllon In ENGLISH. LATIN and MODE.
LANGUAGES, MUSIC, EMBROIDERY, DRAWING. B
together with csberful domestil mselgement, moral and po
culture, aresfferedss dodss.
TEMSM-45p4s0 p month; $150 in advans; Mu,55 and Os
mantelsextra.
Spssd5 fus.5sh toilette articles and bed slothlsg.
Add.w BEe. J. E. 0. DOREIMs, D. D0
SELECT BOARDING AND DAY SCHOC
FOR TOUGO LADIES.
Mrs. J. I. BRAND, habvng leased for.a nmb5er of years
eligibly situated and spasles..sledse.s, begs lesve to anlnu
berlntsstion of rlopsysls her classes next autumn.
Ciularswill be issred later- messnweiU parents deelrs,
y5s1ingth52b d555hter5.5,.55 j csh ab.sge 5ll plse.s aids
her Lhrolrn the take.a of the Crescent.
GROCERIES, LIQUORS, ETC
M. JEFF THOMPSON.
COMMISSION MIERCHAN'
ye
-AND
MANUFACTURERS' AND PACKERS' AGEN
Omfe :
No. 1 CANAL, No. 1 FRONT LEVEE. and No. 1 CO
SMON STREETS.
SNw ORLEa.s, September Ist, 136
SO
lavingchanged my business from Dealer to the stricl
Commission Business, I would call the attention of the Tro
ad, ito my AGENCIES AND CONSIGNMENTS. I will c
r stantly have on hand a large and ane a-sortment of
DOMESTIC WINES AND LIQUORS,
-And
Case, Can and Box Groeerles.
it. OYSTERS,
SALMON,
LOBSTERS.
S PICK LEG,
Ff PRESERVES,
SPICES,
CATCI1UPl.
L SAUCES,
TOBACCOS
Etc., Et
Whiec will be soli o,, the Traue
tn Manufacturers' and Packers' Prices,
S I have the Ageony fr the sale of the
a. "CELEBRATED OLD KENTUCKY,"--X-XX-XX
WHISKIES-Lloyd, Watson A Mannen.
in -And Also-
Varlous Choice Brands of Bourbon Whlska
-Which will be sold
to IN OR OUT OF BOND, AT LOW RATES.
SIY TEXAS FRIENDS
I Will please remember, that, being immediately on tb
'y Levee, I will Receive and forward all articles consigned to m
eof carewith Promptness and Fildelity.
Consignmeots from Manufacturers and Packers, and Order
from Dealers are respectfully solicited.
I will continue to bott!le
FINE WHISKIES,
-And my
"C, S.A.," "P. P.P." and "P.IM.L.,"
Will be kept up in quality, and will be sold to the Trade witr
aLIBERAL MARGIN.
M. JEFF. THOMPSON,
Late Brigadier General, C. S. A.
UNDERTAKERS.
UNDERTAKER.......UNDERTAKER
JAiMES J. CLOAC,
No. 41 Rhmpart Street,
Between Common and Canal streets, Firsl District,
Is prepared to furoish COFFINS -atd HEARSE, witi
blick or white Trimmigs. Glass. with Plumes. From his
long experience and practical knowledge, he hopes to share a
portionl of the patronage of thoe noedting his services.
R. CONDON,
UNDERTAKER.
349 Mpootlnc Street, corner Delord.
Metslle Buorial Ctea and Casket (tei gls and satin lined.'
Also, Mahogn. Black Walnut anid Plain CoMn, and R lnel
promptly ottended to. -cearrdecE TO IRE.
yINLOW S PHILLIPB,
UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS,
No. 90 Ropt e ceStrRet.ptClCit,,) betweenCot.mo..n.
H tvJgta pat riety OFBNS and MEITALLIC BU
RIAL OASES, together with Haueea Ourdates and • lqa,
tablt are.pretpre to esc al orl in tr le -2o i
Asicocmtsto hur pau.to
i. tC0HOOLS-FOR BIOYS.
E BU'NA VISTA ENGLISH
IN I -anm
CLASSICAL SCHOOL.
SHalng returned (after a absence of three yearn) to cm
e former home, in the immediate vicinity of Frauklin, Teri,, I
Swll open on MONDAY, the 10th of eptember next, an ES.
d gleh and laslsical Bchool, for the education of Boys.
The loality of thie Iattutntion is delightful, combining all
teeg theadvantages of town aud country. The grounds are ample
d beagain g beautiled and adorned with ornamental tree
nd shrubbey. The building t large and well ventilated, and
admirably adapted for iBhool puposee. The house has beei
recently furnished ftom collar to garret, and is now being
repainted, repapered, releaused atd repurified, so that n,
locality in the whoilecountry will be more healthful.
The discipline of the School will be mild and parental, but
firm and decided, and every effort twil be mtde to develop the
physical, intellectu.al and moraele f.cltte of the pupil. The
stor Pnelpl of the School Is prepared to board ten or Twelve
tu Terms eor Session of Five Months;
Tuition in Primary Departmentt ............ ..... 25 0
Higher Branches of Mathematics and Classics, each extra 5 0
Board per month, inoludng fuel and lights............ 2000
Contingent fee ................................... . 1 0
Washing at laundrese' prices.
1 the JAMES McNUTT, Principal.
tiped e.rereoce from Tenneseec-(ol. Jno. Micavock, Gen. M.
F. D6eraffenreld, Col. W ON. Perkins, R. It. Bradley, Esq.,
CoL W. B. McLmore, J. B. McEwen, Esq., Col. John L.
House, Rev. A N. Cunningham, D. D., Rev. Francis iH.
te is 1awl, Dr. John S. Park, John Carter, Esq., B. M. Ewing,
.gh Esq..Judge P. G. S. Perkins, J. W. Neely, Robt. P. Moss,
mnlet Alleon.
teh. Rferenees from Virginia--Hoe. Andrew S. Fulon, Dr. R.
tents, W.B ders, Gen. Wm. Terry, C. S. ,A.. Rndtal McGavock,
,p et BEQ., Sam. R. Crockett, Esq., Thomas WLd, Esq., Rev. B.
lcte. l Loyp, J C. . Grham, C. C. Tate, Stephen McOavock, liev.
lt M,. Wherry, Wythe county; Gen. James A. Walker,
Dr. Edwtai. Wasson, J. B. Alexander, Esq., Rev. DanL B.
Ewing, Jm M. Cloyd, ESq., Putalki county.
]O- I ETUCHY UNIVEBSITY,
ASHLAND,
lIES, The home of enry Clay, and Transylvania TUnversity, with
c450 cres efteegant grounds, atd a l trge number of buoiiguc,
thoeltee of the varioust colleges.
Theleation deibtulg,hel thful,hand in the midst of the
most corefineand 0n0d0 gntegent sEty.
Enowement,l $00,000. Reat Etate, $200,000.
SA Corps of more than Twenty Instructore ,
oul NOW IN OPERITION :
I. COLLEGE OF ARTS, Nine PEolessors, Robert Graham,
ettii - A. M., President.
igi1e1 1I. AOtILCULTURAL AND MECHANICAL COLLEGE
ecd of Kentucky, Eleven Protlteuors, Jlo. Aug. Williams, A.
lhed BM.. President.
hIt. COLLEGE OF THE BIBLE, Three Professors, R.
rbon Millegen. Preseent.
IV. COLLEGE OF LAW,Three Professors, M. C. John
Ruoo L. L. D.. tresildent
S COMMERCIA DEPARTMENT, with thorough'bast.
net. Instruction.
.Number of Studenti Iit eession h1i. Tuition ind Fees,
and per annut Good Boardig, $3 50to$5 per week. Sesio
s bei elue lt stOctober
ior Catalogues and further information, address
IEBN J. B. BOWMAN, Regent,
Lexington, Kentucky.e
Ste pe he raley of the Mlseseippi, begins its Ofi -
e meoniiersie. n MONDAY, 3d of September. Pertont wise
Inen to obtain a prospectus or more partdouar information in
CornerCamp and Natchez streets, New Orleans.
- LTAVENDER'S COLLEGE
N. E. CORNER RAMPART AND BIErNILLo
SMr. LAVENDER respectfully announces to , friiend and
the public tlhat the repairs n the College no being completed,
Idfee he hdall he ibliged to postpone the re-opening of the Cilasse
and tile admistiou of Boarders to WEDNESDAY, ite th of
Parents are invited to inspect te wellcventilated Clas
Rooms and Dormitories.
For terme and Prospethe apply at Cllegtue from 1 e. to
I r. x., and from t to 5 P. o.
UNIVERSITY OF VIISOIIbA
The net Sesselon will begin on the let day of October, 1966,
appointed on thelth of August, when the organitation of a
the Department of Instreuctlon-Aademic, Law and Meat-.
cat-wiltl he fully re-etabllehed on the same etlarged bastle c
before the war.
The entire expenses of the Academic Student, excTuivele
SNT.of text books, clothing and pocket money, amount to i i in
currency, per session of nine months; of the Law Student, to
$300. and of the Medical Student, to $3D5.
For catalogue, giving details, or for special information
address S. MAUPIN,
Chairmtan of the Faculty.
Potomee--Univeerlty of' Virtii.
C LWAS.HINOTON COLLEGE,
LEXINOTON, VIRGINIA.
Faculty:
00th lee. ROBERT E. LEE, Preildent.
CARTER J. HARRIS, I ro PessroLdtlt.
ictil JAMES J. W IITE. Profeusor of Grieek.
ED. E. JOYNES, A. M.. Professor Modem Languages ad
Fe gde Snglish.
c o bhe p oite d--Professor of Moral Philosophy )
AL. NEL,N, A,. t., Profeshorof i atbematier.
1M. ALLN, A Profor Applied Mathematicl.
it. S. IcGiULLOtI A. 31M, Proster Natural Pilosoephy.
JOtIN L. CAMPBELL, A M.., Professor Chem!tiSy.
JOHN W. ROCKENBROUtiIH, L. L. D., Professor Law.
HARRY ESTILL, A. It., Assistant Professor 3Ilthetln.
C. POWELL GRADY, A. M.. Assistant Professor Latin.
(1o be tppoined-A.,istout Pro:ester etf Gireek.
A Preparatory Course bhais ree instituted, in which Students
uenemsarv Ibranhes. The iSesion beins 2d THURSDAY il3thh)
SEPTEMBER and ends last Tersday in June.
Ta --Tuition, nd ull other Cllege fee .... ............
All othr expenis, including Bonitrd, Fuesl,
Lights, etc., n ee not exceed $ 2 b0.
Fornfrther Intbnnation or tor Catalog, ue ddress the Faculty
of )Vasbngtmu College, 1.exington, Virginia.
DOLTMA1 (tOSMLJtIt.OtAL COLLEGE
S CORNEB 'lAtP AND COMMON STS.,
Spaelott ncd Elegaent "Ntory Ltnuldlng.e
iiconeantlyt en sesten tnder ebcht able Protesters. It wtU
onided In tI1d, and Ii chartered by the slate. Its iormer st1.
dentsmay be found as Principils or Book-ketepere in a large
portlonot th old houeses of this cty, and ever the Southern
OS, State. Ladies or Gentlemen can attncd the COMMSERCIAL
COURSE, or Book-keeping, Penmanship, Mathematics, Bng.
li.h, French or Spanish. A businese education that eaables
one to earn $200 or $300 annually, Is the best fortune paenti
can give their eone. We have ample crrcngeitents tir 1i0
etedente, Ledice and Gentlemen are Invited to ittu.
RUFUS DOLBEAB, 'Preeldent
ALBERT LYON'S SCHOOL FOR BOYW
OHATAWA, PIKE CO., MIE >
New Orleans and Jackson Railroad.
crtlaraesmay he obtained on application to ROERT PIT
KIN. R.. -In ad In ft.·Llut LT New no.
MEDICAL COLLEGES.
NEW ORLEANS SCHOOL OF MEDICINE
S. SESSION OF 11-7,.
D. WARREN RICKELL, 3. D., Professor of Obstetrics
and Diseases of Wmen, Ietc.
HOWARD MITH, M D., Professor of Mte Medic.
I. L. CRAWCOUR, M.D., f rot Principles and Preo.
tirc of liedclue.
IIENRY F. CAMPBELL. 31. D., Professor of Surgry.
ALFRED C. DOLT, 1. D., Prtfe1sorof Clinicl MediciOe.
A. E. ETICLAS, 1. D., Professor of Anatomy.
J. D. IIRSUNS, M. D., PrFfDsor ofI Pysiolof yauld ItheolIgy.
FRANK HAWTHORN, MI. D, Professor of ledical Chemi.
he try, ToxT.lory and legal Medicine.
Wm. S. MIIT~lIELL, Ih. D. Adjunet PrIr o fe AnhtoD y
nd W na S reeia Lect turer D Opthalmic Surg.ery ud Dieanca
of the Eyeo.
JOS. HOLLT, .1 D., AsI.itDnt to the Chair of Obtoetrici.
A. W. PERIIY. I. DI. Rd FREHERIICK LOEBER, 31. D.,
Domnstr,.dors of AIInatomy.
L. H. COIIlEN, 31 D., Aslistallt to lth Chair of Chlcls
t'hl" Eleventh Annnal Cenrse of Lectllron ilclbis Institution
will begin November 12, l1G; and wil end March Id2 17.AP
A Prrlisminry fourse will et given in tt e Cat riy Ispit, stel
cmlaenci ng Octber 15th witlout chargo to students. Thu
,lrtolllical R(IdI will be nlel Oc to, r 15th.
The Clinical advantaes o" the Institution a ito re dn.r
ePlsy eainns areon ysi iantad ur , oftel, afd tleir
pupils. ancdiwly the: un th e te d aily ci. ..
FIEI:S:
Ti ickets of 1 the P I' ..................... 4
D, ........ . ........ ... 3U
D. W. l IE SRICIN.L, 3M D,
LDean ,1, the Facuillty.
UNIVItIMTY- .0of LOUIIANA..
MEDICAL DEPARTMIENT:
A. H. OENAS. 3. D., EcritIla ProFYIor of OLstotrlcs
and DiDsesa of WDI omn and Cbhildren.
JAMES JRONES, M. D., Professor of Obstetrics, etc.
WARREN STO NE, Hi. D., Professor of Siurgery.
0. A. NOTT, 31. D., Professor ,f ,1ateria Medido.
THOMAS HUINT, h1. D., Professor of Physiology.
h T.. RICIIARDSON, M. D.. Professor of Anatomy.
Is J.AW.IALLET, Ph. D., Professor of Chbemistry.
SAM'L M. BEISS, 31. D., Professor of Medicine.
J. E. C. N ILLS, 31. D., Demonstrators of Anatomy.
W. C. NIcHOLS, 3l. D I, D H
The Annual Couroe of Lecture0 In this Department will
begin Novmber 12, 166, and end March 214, 137. A Pre
Iminary Course will be given in the Charity Iospital, com
. mencing October 15th without charge to students. The
SAnatIomical Rooms 1ill be open October 15th.
SThe Clinical advantageIl of the Institution are unsurpassled.
The Professors are Physiciana and SurgeonD of the Charity
Hospital, and the Students accompany them in theLr daily
Id Fna--Tlikets ofall the Profssor., $140; IMatriculation,
1$5; Practical Anatomy, $10; Diploma, $50. Payment r
MDIOI di T. G. RICHARDSON, M. D., DOean.
New Oelese,n August 15, 156.

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