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WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 3, tHot.
LETTER FROM NEW YORK.
Special Correspondence ofthe New Orleans Crescent.l
New Yo*K, Sept. 26, 1866.
The inauguration of the new race course at Je
rome Park came off yesterday, and was a grand
success, beyond a doubt. For two weeks past the
excitement in all circles of society has been un
bounded. Everybody you met would always ask,
"are you going to the races?" and yesterday's
sun shone upon probably the largest and most re
spectable assemblage that ever attended a race
in this section of the country. It has not been
the custom of the respectable portion of female
society to attend races and trots, but a "most ex
cellent representation of this class was present
yesterday, and lent an interest to the affair, en
tirely dilferent from anythin, of tie kind before.
The idea of a course under the control of a
club originated with Leonard W. Jeromne, Esq., of
this city, and he immediately set about accom
plishing it; he associated with him several other
wealthy geutlemen, (forming what is now called
tihe American Jockey Club) and seiecting a piece
of property belonging to Mr. Jerome, at Ferd
ham, foiurteen miles icrn, New Y'ork, they com-in.
mewned operations, the result of which was laid
before us yesterday, and certainly must hlave
been in the highest degree gratifying to the pro
At the starting pnct are the judge'8 stand and
tihe grand stand, the latter put up inl grod style,
and anconomodating 5000 pIersona. The middle of
this stal,1 is reserved for mnemheta of tihe iclub and
their familties; opposite this stand is the quarter
stretch, where are erected stands and awnings for
tihe accommodation of about 4000 persons. The
stainles re cff at one corner of the grounds, and
are pint lup and finished in tile best manner. I[
fact, the stands and buildings of all kinds are built
in a first-class style. The track is a half nile
round, and is from necessity, oceanioned by the
natural location, shaped dilterently from any other
about here; it being straight on one side, round
ing at either end, and bends inward on the oppo
site side to clear a prlojecting blulf, on which is
located the quarter stretch stands.
Yesterday could not have been improved as a
day, if tie club itself had controlled the weather.
It was a most charming day, and everybody, of
course, was delighted. As early as nine o'clock
in the morning, vehicles of all descr;ptions-from
a four-horse " drag " down to a one-horse dray
drawn by all kinds and descriptions of horses.
some with four, others with two, others with one,
and a very poor one at that. Thie scene, upon en
tering thie ain gate, was certainly nmagniticent.
At the right, on a green slope, were thousands of
carriages; at tihe left was the grand stand, ein
tainieg the beaanty and ih ion of Nnw York ; and,
further on, wer-- crn.wd- of people -tandinn nboutn
waiting anxiously for the cotIest. The rna(nes
were to inolnilence at Lte Oi'lirck. hllt it. wa
ne-arly two twoin tl i:i e: -ut'eati-.inr*'ti
iof ill o , terhuo-year -n-, ,a,:i the fuluvileg
is the ,ummarv:
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Ir 'ih and .mne ice ,itn, in oi.n r lhat nh--n
,l;:tt :, :t _ r :,. ,,,l<i-i n-i n l ,-ijt ,, sii. rnc-as inn
ann-acti, rac--e, f.r the waa tIhe met exciting
thing of the sea-sa, h.lt wc;s. made ia ne--ided
race by tihe wihilhr,t',al -f A.teroi-l. wto went
lanl - h dlay b.,forel le ra'e, letvlig a clear tleld
General Grant here made his appearance, cre
ating quite a sensation,. eing ia great lover ot
horse-flesh, he had come from Waslington on
purpo.e to witness the contest. Hle was pressed
through the crowd and introduced to Ristori, and
accepted an invitation frtnt Manager Grau to at
tend the perforlanc ofl "Ilary Stuart" this evel
ing, whichi will of cuarse jaml that place.
After this little piece of '" side play," all atten
tion was paid to the racc, which is not
worth while parienltilrizing, for Kentucky
heat from the stalrt. 'he fllowing, is the
Si0. ilan n E.--Tl} Inau:uraoinn ,takes for ncl aoes-$),i
entrain'(, hl,(l ; ( eM M od l hnd .r " ' to re(.lve $1,1,,e . sltd
the third lro-- to Have hlot nae; tlhrre,,,year ohls to crry n Il
p.ond., nlr-year · ,xh l, lot I. u dn l fit ,.".e,,r e ldr ru de a P.
Nar4 it poundl. .bre, p-muds allowedu :l d gfelding,.
J, l l:,'e='" :°.t^-+srN. Trnver+ .h rlox & osg . , h Kt, nlnhwky
Itn e mm,,s l e lus n -3aen,lia 5 en.i-l,,,le!ild 1 1
n. n. B .h tnleri. Irenns " i .le irn ch n . Flee
? hy E lr.wlr,,o ý , nl : '.: , . i, c iith I.3
T e i-..i nie-. C I ,-d, by UIn c old, da bI 7"'y, t-c
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1 s(,1"71s I. SIll.a (7577.
not:;r t are5117 seis 'a.a 27 1 t, ý to11 w tls tllE 111,11111 ts
prjesen. W'tll11l'1l171.r: iotthlelll ''ll tr'iep~ll of the
c1.b not le; 15thn filf.jy lsllll'liio 5,1 dIllars.i Tn t
cour~ut ion goood 1""':'.S making oll(retnjtol for thei
fiatr day ocrtni:sly pa:id for thr~ c~omr<-9 and prizes, 1 f
and tic threee Jay, '' J't, trill, witbnut doubt, turn tIl
in ore hundrellld thrincoorll d.,11l1rs clearL profit, and 1
It() rt-k of lore; : a lnttg .'ool tban, forl)I thet pact:
ets. aý; well to lair: c!.j-iylrtlmt of thle ;ltnerirrn
Jocliey Club! Tihe Ip15177 re r1' edisr 111h71, bet
that11 is 1111t ob1jctionna le, as it secu7e1' bet'er t I
'r:1(5 of sf171111 Si 1tte15l111'557, fnil ('d"1'11155 tlse
11111sf' 1111 5111.11 151111 o051'sls'l)y 'o to ra0ces. Ill
':on11lel'en17 of t(11 rover1 storm to-:'y. th11'
rniee if to-day, 'lmldall lly and S turday of t127 ss I
wleek,alre postponed5 until Monday, T(5 (1y Eand
Wedue~day of nexct wee'·:. Eyre IYI Eli(.
"Tit 1)7113t'' is th117 I author, the pilaiform
adopt1ed lly thse soldie'rs' conoelntion at P'ittsburg'. )
011On f its resolutions assertst11 ( 111 tihte P'res llesdt,
"as 1n executive officer, has no rIght to it policy
as ag~ainst the leg~islative departmenlt of' the gos
ern111nt." Among the many new disco1lriss in
politics whcllch 1ha1ve1 been m3ode1 by 1113 IBilCic R1
publlican party, this oil0 by ''Tlhe Bca,t,'' elsiss"
pre-em(inence 111r originallly. Tbere ha1 no1, been
a sisngle ldmll~illnilstratoln siI'e tEle llleeling of 11 i
1G57t Congir0essll7er o11 r C1155 'lllltill wh5ich1711 s
ot disutinguishes itself by tEle inllitiationl of an1d ald
heressce to a policy 1(015 some psromllinelnt political 5
issue. Tse Constilolio'n contempltats thats the
Presidenlt s11ll h11ve " a policy as gainst the Ee leg
islative delprlmlllen of the gllovernment." It i3
imperative ill snl( sillg thim ''to give to tll's
Congress, f11om time1 to tis l1, illfolraioinlr l of th
state of ti(1 Union, an15 to recosmmend to ( h1ir c15 1
sideration sulcihsll usiti's lau he shll ljolgS'0e O'55'
sary and expedient."
i lodlging the( vtcol powes;r with thbe 1residesst
-'`e 1uthor1 1 of ou( Coostitltion inltendedi to, and
did clothe sis nwiths authority to anlnlli Iegislation
11hich he d(elemd dstrimentlao to tIls publis intIsr
et, lmlerss it shouldJ1 be susila'nld by a l ntaritY l
wlo-thliird il C11ngr(15. whlen (itis t11u11 5su5511(11.
e is under tat,1 moral or legal obligation to yiel'
his convictions of 1lic1 01' rilllt, bu(t i1 derelict
in (lis duty it lie fails to (1pp11' t(I tile pesople 1,1r
su1pport, an1 to 5(1117's'711 t55 5"l'1Ee the popul1'15
verdict for m 515u11es wh5ic ll'i(e b1lie' es th5 e gclls''
ral wel'1f'llfa'el'elmlod. Th's'e c'(a'((5 in1 th1 17711511
tati n we b15hs 11uotse ' is conclusive t11111t tise I'lPr7'
He is slIssrt of(1 the' Islalw'5 5'in pewei, 'sut ii
is, of 111(5 1,o 1d I to l Illellly s alle l 'wfl l iit
honorable m175ls to 15 1117n t'h(1111127111111 1a01,1
which ti-o n .111men a 'l l''l'5l55E'l of rissll
umnmend.-[t'Itie aeo ' l'imai,.
G's. (Grnt willisoon l, is 'a1 lt.1 el u1nposed1 1'I
the ('i'1 5 1d a tss'l 1 P"'111i''sst lill((571 Nut Le I
ablss to obtin his u115''lnll'l' tol tsarsy osst 511ci11
j le. uss Hailtoni in (1 t 1(15c ( llllt 5ec stly t de at
Cleoetlastds altelliated hlll-:hulllbell LfSui tIe P'lsI
Andrew Johnso.111n 11571111 he deposelulsd b le iltiltof
amp lls'7e'lss lssl sstu'll m1'dltary l oluma'sr 'Svlen1
Cl.est sld aself, shou7ld rist11111 1lil1(3i' isi o 11 'll''
mtilitary, thlat r 'ei ma 11(1 Iwou l ( be 511de soven
redical cO tiile Inwrs r tll h eill Iader of t11e "''11.127
The "'5enrt" is t .e be.t card iii the rhanýý carte
of ns o ': oflllll ly-ls'on l on by "'l5 11 ,11= ;1l ion '1 1 lly 1
Illheated sass'1 liu'Blig : Ilulrll0 ,r 1e1d ''s c"st ,'l'3
ACCOUNT OF AN iNTEnRVIEW iY A SYVIMATnIZER.
A correspondent of the Petersburg (Va.) Index
furnishes an account of a recent interview with
Jefferson t)avis, from which we quote the fol
MIr. Davis was dressed in a plain, neat, some
what worn, suit of black, which hung rather
loosely upon his person. His dress, frock-coat,
especially, seemed too large for him. As he
Sleaned epln my arm, I could measure by my own
muscular oense, with tolerable accoracy, the great
decline inhis physique. All his sendses, seedmed to
me, to be preternaturally acute, especially his
To a suggestion, that perhaps the ill-will mani.
fested toward him by some public men, might be
caused by an unforgiving spirit on their part, in
view of some offense giveo by him, le said:
" That is quite probable. I have often been too
angry. Though generally thought'ful and can
t tious-even tenIder to the failings of others-yet
when they cro,0ed ily path it the sico, ;e of pre
tense, alsehboed, craft of cant--tltrt thsee faults
aroused bitter aner l'.r the inomelnt, sornetimes
utter alienation. 'Thus was all wring: Oh! how
plblic life blnots our perceptionsi as to the higher
delicacies--cenderness, forbearance--putting the
hest construction onl things. word., and persons,
they are capable of. I have erred ic this particu
1 lar; but I had often great provocation--never,
however, have I uttered an anery, undervaluing
or denunciatory sentiment without believing I had
good c luce oir so dloig,e aid. io neot clases, aly
gcolntry hcas already, or ill hlereaftecr find that I
I now feel and acknowledge that I was somne
times wrong as to the tole or coloring of a phrase
while under the excitement of debate, as for in
stance : when iMr. Johnsom, after tie Mexiecan
war, mrade some rnemrks derogatcry of the West
t'oi t oftihecr, I thocught it strange thet any moan
of srcne should think that tie training of officers
for duty, by a thorough military education would
ratlher dislualifyc them for that duty, or what was
I the samne thing, that ocltriiued officers did iletter
than thle WVes Pointers. In the course of reply i
made use ol this remhrk: " who would select a
taille to shoe a Lorse, or a bilacksmith to tlake a
I coat !" This gave personal offense to M.r. John
son, who regarded it as sheler personality. Noth
t ing in tile world was further trom rny thoughts.
To the query, whether lie had anything to conm
plain of in his present treatment, lie replied that
he had not. The present commandant of the fort
Swas a soldier and a gentleman, who, while dill
gent and faithful in the discharge of his duty to
ihis government, was also forbearing and conside
rate as to all the minutia of hic prison life.
The government may have been deceived by
thetestimlony which has since turned out to be
sheer perjury, tending to implicate me ia tihe as
sassination of President Litcoln ; or it may have
been subject to one of those manias which occa
f sionally,like plagues, seize governments and com
minunities ; or, what is most likely, a few unpriu
Sipled men, seeing an opportunity in the
excited conditio of thie nation for obtaining
wealth and position, through the instrumentality
of villain,- suborned for the purpose, really did
imnpose upon the governinlent, and led them to
believe for a momnet, in the whirl of excitement,
the otatements put forth in tie proclamation for
my caItulte. But, gentleccen,myheartis astranger
to that plote These ands are unostained by inao
cent blood. No unri-hteous gold has ever, dur
ing the Confederacy, adhered to these palms."
lie Itlered the last sentence in a most solemn
mcnncter, ltiding up hi hanldc end ra;sicg his face
Silo Ile,-ve, and with such a holy, childhlike aim
Iliiic. , tllt it is impos-l; ! for any words, hotw
ver weird to convey h a il' idlea-nt an adequate
o e --- " tht tolehing -ccne. Thlie collnl' O1 ' tite
httle eliil Into tle. tinner casenlate, . md climbhlg
tl" eofa-, gave ceecainl to lMr.. I:Dlv to makt
.OinLl rohtl'ks about her oth r chliidrr'n, particn
crly thi .e in Cail a, . -Ihop ra reet tlh u rc
illirCl tha Ii - w ld not Ia e. ve-ti red tc ill
4ctciict the clnie-c, but ;l Mlr's. Mavis had done
o hor,-lt he fe:I houu, to saty, as a ci-cc
ill he r -chii -l tou s.ei-'on- t) 1,,' ts l: .
lr. Davis rp:iel : "I was in t'orsgin, and lhad
i money. No institution of lly ownehoch
ol- red tl, i-ach T;;y poor cL'dren. One day three
Siter.-t (t:ilharlty earne to ee'- me, aud brought nme
fitvee cld dollari, all the money tilhey had in the
t wrlcl: they almoslt lorced le to taLe the nloney,
Slut did note thcey then otl-ered to take Illy chil
dren to thllir rchool ill tihe neighborhood of
Saevaonnah, where the air was col, alld they could
he comfortably cared for during the seummer
t months. lTihen came an offer from a convent school
a in Canada, whither, when I got permission from
the govcenment, which was nut without great
tronble and difficulty, I took them. It is true, 1
do not wish them to be Roman Catholics, but, then,
persons as good ps they can possibly be and be
come, are and have been, and,doubtless, will con
tinue to be Roman Catholics. These good people
were the first to offer me their help. I will never
cease to be grateful to theln for it."
t Mr. Davis then added:." Bishop, tllre never
y wan more unanimity in any nation of the world
etoan there wan in the Southern Confederacy. It
e would be invidious to single out any class of of ur
people for special praise. The churches anld min
is'.ry were all, or nearly all, entirely devrotedl to
Sor cetac-e; but, as laid before, it' it would not be
regarded as iuvildious, I would say that tho Catho
lice of tile South were conspccuuuly devoted to
oe cause. I lcouhl relate to you cases of great
s lrf ring and trial to which they were subjectd,
nild tli no nl-e did any of theta ever flincI. - e
Ssides, bishop, Picc Noo was the only plrince in th
3 wncrld tiat really -wishedl v,,l to (Iinl caue, alld
sent u, his bles-in . I cce.. calt accIp lIking the
Catholics. Tihe haplest cIc:c s of my li ec were
ice'Lpent in a Catlholic monai<tery. Ic y theo wrly,
blllop, Il see our Church in the Nilth Oi est lin-h
dol Ill, 3, i n-k t", "So well",e ,.lcd t ie cc- c l l,-, cthat
sI inthd inti oducing them int, -ny own di.ee"." as
i world like tii', where not only pihy,-it!.I d,"ease
afflicts, n.ore or less, nine-teliths iof t te whole
population , bilt whl-re mural aod Ilnatal d,-illiv
.ffcts tlhe wholle .o, a!nd when the heal\ n-re!t
cn healoers, secaled aid anointed for their -ai-cin , are
it so few. Ohl! it is terrilble that they should waste
ie-worst f a-il. ,eiIttic n Flfl and bt dshecd ic n carryl
ingi out teir Iet cotcnlish. u Let its clove one
lltone anlilelr, dear bilhollp, "od bear eah llhthei's
t infirnlitic, clil particularly anltd especillyc at this
icgreat ucture of our cou ntry's history let our
eLoder n Ltion Rc1 kw'n to aclln d eln"l. 1
In writing these letters I clo not pretend to give
words or ideas just as they were uttered. I onlye
give their substance, with such addicio c c of Tm)y
m own as will delve to make them intelligible, and
S- especial!y to give such en idea of lIr. Davis's
tcharacter ns may serve to revmove some hateful
Y prejudiees eoturtaiued againste hil il the North.
In the South, I helieve. n- are nearly onanimous
in in our estimation of his moral worth and high
staundard of intellectual excellence. We also
b know the mercifulness and benevolence or his dis
c position. Many of you good pacole of Petersbnrg
co know what a great numiber of Conflederate sol
00 diers, liable to be shiot for desertion, but having
d- some mitigating ciroumitaulc,,s in their caes, lie
al ispred. Some of you know tlte case of a follish
eeyoung officer who mnade a propnsitin to sassi
- iate Presidet Lincoln, which, after reading, was
s tmarked on the iackl, in Jefferson D,cvio's hand
e writing, " atrocious," and referred to the secre
tary of war, who had the officer court martialed
ri- anl disocised the service. This poor boy, to ex
Sliate his folly, fell as an unreccognized volhnteer,
at the head of a brave band, at, the first Wilder
Snese felt.t. toct D. EI.LEY.
PR'RpECTS IisN NoLrT ALABnAM .-- From north
ern Alabaltt we learn tihe cotton prospects are
very gloomy inl that section; not, one-third of the
ueal crop will be gati ered. Corn, too, is almost
a failure, the .amont prodno ed being insulficient
for home ccIItrIIIlio during the year. Planters
wh1 haver invested generally to the extent oft teir
allity ill the cultore of their land, are very de
splndentt ir vii.v of the scauty yield of the two
'reat staples of this cicountry. 'They are anlxioso
to rent out their lands the next year at louch lest
than the rattdeRmanded last Janutry. The Nash
ville Press of the 20th says irmay will probrably
adopt the plan of rentiug trats to t te negroes,
who have breel woerklin the precent yoiar for
wages. Sllh an! itea woulld nrlt hlave bertl enter
ttrtaiuld one year nago by oie in tell of those who
will try it :fr ttle t'uture.-['tontgonrr y Mail.
OI fNEIDEr .-A few weekt sine r aeouptle of ex
fede(ral soldie,.s st·d,, a |air of pants .hd an ol
watch, near Dalton, Ga. ' lhey were tried, con
victed, and publicly whi )pped as the h.;t of Gteorgia
Sirects. Aboatt le senlo tilmeiL t rizen st-le al
iuerp tnd wrs also tried and couricted and like
if wire wt)l)pL-1do
Some raicalrt corlrespondeut, in Irownlow's or
ccaciL Niilrlr . lir r -elic elltr th i ttrntctiror,
e ,ni asserei that tthe "YalnkRes" were' whilpped by
oa mIolb'' rllrrly hetIrrlrssr thy were Yankees.
rl. Woti rd abolit tiat, cltiznll crho 1to. the tiheep !
S uch is radical tae;ie! --[Atllta intelhguecer.
Fi)iEcv JNor-NKl.S IN NE You CFir.-La
cruni ra (rpanirt) rmker ourrt the irnp, re to be:
S panish , .erirlr. hta!ian 2, Grirt 1 SIIcan
y dmnayin i, Englisihl, i rish 3t, $e.tshl , Dutch 2.
o rtal 2i. Tlrr .hows what ife' in r ew York is,
ind what a o.t-mupolitaoa city it is.
FOREIGN DRY GOODS.
DIRECT TRADE WITH EUROPE.
SOLD AS CHEAP AS AT THIE NORTH.
Freight and Other Heavy Expenses Saved.
P. MARES & CO.,
43 ..................R oyal Street..................43
Importers and Jobbers of all desicptions .of
FRENCH, ENGLISH, GERMAN AND AMERICAN
DRY GOODS AND FANCY ARTICLES,
Re-pectfullyinform tile public of both City and Country that,
by recent arrivals, they have received,
DIrect from Europe,
A Stock of Goods such as must prove profitable to the buyer.
Believing that Imported Goods can be sold as low in this
I city, when brought direct, they are prepared to test the ques
tion, and w:Il sell accordingly.
r Their StolE consi-is of:
FINE ENGLISII AND FRENCH PRINTS,
MUSLINS, DE LAINES,
BAREGES, SILKS, LACES,
e CLOTHS AND CLOAKINGS,
GLOVES, WCOLEN GOODS
(Of all1 Descriptions,)
LADIES' SILK CLOAKS AND MANTILLAS,
GENT4' SHIRTS AND FPRNISIIING GOODS,
LINENS, SHEETINGS AND DOMESTICS,
e oi all Des, rption, aud o:her Artides to., numerous :ý _ire in
These GOiood ;re all f. the LATEST STYLES, and will be
e,,i1 at Whose-.dc Only.
Wh~ !sale Dealers will find this Stock i o we'l assorted that
they ;;n buy as ad'.autageously as at the N Drthb and sase the
Cast of Transportation.
They are resecfully invited to call and see the Goods.
t Toms will be hbeal.
r IP. MARES & CO.,
43 Royal street.
COOKING STOVES.. COOKING STOVES.
BEDROOM AND PARLOR STOVES.
OFFICE AND BARROOM STOVES, A
Stoves for Schoolhouses, Churches and o
Tle lare.. stock of Stoves ever broumg:ht to tbi market. t
,nnlprols verl~v One Hundred Dilferent Kind, arc oeried
a smmll advae on faCtory ' th"7
T1.' chr, ,Ergc fr ,thesa Fo, iiin thL Splinh of each Year, and
thelrrequ,r titywe lechtme, o''lae ub to .8.r to the d
SOLE AGENTS FOR TIlE SALE
Celebrated Charter Oak Conking StovrI .
RICE BROS. & CO.,
3 andll 65 Camp street, and 5(65 Mfaine street.
HIARDWARE, CUTLERY, ETC.
TFOl.OEAS & CO.,
IF. F. FOLGES. L. SOLGER, W. H. THOMAS)
37 and 39 Magazine Street, Opposite St. James Hotel, N. O.
nils and Castings. Hoop, Sheet and Bar Iron, Shovel,
and Spaes, Seet CLopper adnd Zik, Plbows, Atixes and s,, p
Lead Pipe ani Sheet Leai, Indi. Rubberp, 5Bin, Hose nd
Packing, Circular .\Ill and (,ros Cnt Sw.Iv
HARDWARE AND SHIP CHANDLERY
(ELLIS H. BOSTICK, FRANK W. SEYMOUR.)
Bostick Ad BeySmnur.
Importers and De
HEAVY AND SHELF HARDWARE AND CUTLERY
STOVES, TIN WARE and TINNER'S TOOLS,
BAR and SHEET IRON, TIN and TIN PLATS,
SHEET COPPER, ZINC, NAILS, AXES,
CHAINS, SHOVELS, SPADES, HOES,
LEAD PIPE, SHEET LEAD, GAS PIPE,
BRASS WORE and PIPE FITTINGS
RUBBER BELTING, HOIE and PACKING,
COTTON WASTE, Etc., CORDAGE,
COTTON and FLAX DUCK, TWINES,
OILS, PAINTS. LAMPS, LANTERNS, Etc
AIIE Knd of 8teamboat and RallroadBSpplies
and 38 Fulton, and 57 Frot street,
between Grsvi.r and Poydras.
W . WHITTY Al CO..
Receiving and Forwarding Merchants, and
Nos. B, 11 and 12 Peter, sireet, comer of CrOssman, (opp
site the Custom Homne.) New Orleans, La
onsIlguments o MerchLSdlse, either for sale or ehlpmen
will receive prompt and eareful attention.
H J. j. MULLAH A CO.,
HEAVY AND StELF HARDWARE AND COULESP
HOWE'S STANDARD SCALES.
71 Common treet. New Orleans.
THE LAMNE COTTON MILLS.
T'hese MILS, which were built by me in 10, as an efort
of Southern enterprise. are again under my contras: and I
am prepared to supply the trade with IOTTON YARNS Nos.
S5's to 12't, liacke in sich proportious as may be ordered,
and of the quality out up by m. prior to the war, which ex
" celledianlyeveroWered in this market.
It is bklown, th tt whil, these Mdls wren in my hands, the
I product o th m attained a reputation for superiAlrity ot
nl quality and thlluneus of woight-unequalled by any other
Yams offered. This reputation has been prostituted by
certain unprincipled iprtie, who have not scrupled to use my
2 Iname and brand. to cover an inferiorartile; and lfurther
more, I learn tbrtt Georgia Yrns have been offered, in thlE
market, at the product of my Mills.
, To protect my-otelt and conlsumers from such imposiLtions,
3: have adopted a trade mark, whieb will, hereafer, be plesd
n- on each bale of my Tarns, with tile addition at my signature,
2. on each pul label. The., Mllls have no agents. Orders left
s, at No. 39 Unuon street, will be promptly executed.
L. N. LANE.
HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS.
90 . .......ST. CHARLES STREET .............
(Next Door to the Academy of Music.)
Hefreshlng Drl k.
IN THE SAMPLE ROOM.
IN THE BOWLING SALOON. It
A Hearuty Heal
IN THE RESTAURANT.
Raw, Stewed, Fried and Broiled
Free Lunch IN THE OYSTER SALOON.
IN THE SAMPLE ROOM, from 10 A. u. ntil P r. M.
D. BIDWELL. Proprietor.
NOS 227, 2 and 231 CANAL STREET, (Corer Basin,)
New Orleans. (
Ths hono, hainE henthorouhl yripa nto. and renovated,
will be rePdy on th first of October. 1ai0. for the reception of
permanent trnloent anddaybordare. whowll heretlsda
hm with e perior accommudatio l, and a table not orpaus
lby tlt of an) y n0ile i the city. FBi airy r onm . ing le or J
inpiro. .eal hours. BrakfLst7 tog. Dinner 2 to 4. Supp
ISLAND CITY HOTEL.
I.OTHN J. PRICE--J. F. PIEP.RCE-DR. N. A. McLEOD.)
Price, Pierce AT Co., Proprietors,
THE LEE HOUSE,
No. 78 CAPONDELET STR.EET,
Inomopen to the public. None bat !-he beSt WIINES and
LIQUORS sold over its counters.
Give a .cil, and tet fo,r yourelve.
LATOUR & COLTON. Propretors.
1IAITRPHYl'S HOTEL-THE UNDOERSINBEDI
SPropretors ot Mnrphy'g Hotel, No. 93 andOW SL Charles
street, hereby l otily the public that they will find it to their
adsonta to otll thand e them beire going elsewhere.
they will get tho choicest kind of liquor h at the hbr. Superior
Dinnere and Meai.'of all kinds at toe R.eataurant, and Board
and Lodging of a superior quity at greaty reduced pries.
arakas oA 7 D ton r, to P.P
No. 12 OCANAb STREET. BETWEEN Er. CHARLES AND
The ProprEtors repectflly Inform their old friends and the
epicrean world, tbht the ,bove Restaurant is open for thEir
.Scommedotion, at the eame old place; and that they Intend to
,leave nothing ndone to Seure a continuance of that repute
tSon twch it has so many years enjoyed, vls.: that of being one
of the very irst Restaurants in PAmerLt.
All the delicacies of the season, with the bhoiest Wines and
RHODES & CMOULIN.
213 TCI4UPITOULAS STREET
Opposite st. oMryp Mharket, within ne eque of the Tets
L tearahlp Louding,
J. CONDON. Poprieter.
THE PROPRIETOR of tlhi wll-rknown sd Hpopular eb
lisbment, boding his present loation too email for the tlie
apae him for acomodathion, wllt onl the Ist of November
nert, remove to
Nos. 2ST. r299 and ES1 CRana Street.,
Corner of Balsin StreeSt,
there hS hops to be ,ble to fu,0nih a hoW:o to !lh his frndt.
He noas oardly state that. his tbble is al,. as evort unsm
passed, and tb~t vory oooforht w! be enjosled by patron. o0
HOUR0 OF MEALS:
ýreakfatt. ,roin 7 a 9: Doner. from 2 fo 4: Srner. R to P.
NO. 19 ST. CHAIRLEt STEET, NEW ORLEANS,
Botwuen Common and Canal S:reets,
D. H. Stella, Pronrletor.
CLA.SE : DOUGHTY,
(CEO. H. CLARGKE-WM. DOUGHTY,)
Corner of St. Charle. and Common streets.
Lunch every day from 11 to o'clock.
SOUTHERN TONIC-SOUTHERN TONIC
After several years of snccesslI trial both in this lcty and
inthe cotry, at the request of a number of petrons he o
have been benetedby its use, we have concluded to pret
sent to the public
A Southern Tonfe,
And trust that they may not regard it as a Quack Medicine.
Before venturing to sgire publicity to this Tonic. the reh
cipe was ihown to seertl of the most prominent physicians
of this city and pro:lotlcd by tlpmn an exellent Tonic. p
may detire to'nee it.
Utlike the man remedies thait are tfferod to the public, p
tih Tonic doe, not care every dise.se. i
All t:lt it ,ilams is its wonderful power of RESTORING E
TIIE FUNCIIONS TO 'THEI NATURAL CONDITION
lafter having becll mbarrissed by diselse.
ThilsTON 1, i.lrescislod by Physicians iu the fo'!owing
DEBILITY RESULTING FROM ANY CAUSE.
Prlce-..Sl per Bottle.
Wereit necs-ary certiicate after certiicate orld be 1p.
pentled to) this Ial Iel kwSe n cl, lhies, hbut we deee it uco
le". Sold ll all Drilggist.
-rrEARED BY- 4
S. R. CHAMBERS, DRUGGIST,
Corner Liberty and Erato streets.
STATIONERY, PAPER, ETC.
STEVENU .- WEYItOUR,
(E. ,. STEVENS, W. E. SEYMOUK)
Paper, Statlonery, and Foney t oed
Nol. 86 and S9 Common steet, opposite the City Bete
ew OURa col.
(D. 0. PALMER, JOSEPH WILD,)
Wholesale Dealers in
Paper, ERvelopes and Rgas,
na. 11.5 0(,-er streat NYr Oirl-n. W.
PMOTOO..APHU 00ODs AND &LHUBIIL
S. T. BLESSING,
t2 GOcRTarze S S.
o01e lese and Retail Dealer it
PHOT( IRAPHIC MATERIALS,
PHOTOGRAPHIC ALBUMS AND FRAMFRI,
PHOTi)E'RAPBH OF GEELEBR[TIRS, La.
Would call e eci.l atOUtl e to hisb ow nd splendld aLse, Gr
Albums .ad Bible Allso, whichb h Is selling t REDUCCEi
PRICES. OHi a tocc o smprseasall sizes. kinds and qualltsl
including the PATP.ENT F'NSIE RAC 'R S hlA h for dnr0 hll, y
pItISOGRAPBSo. allth,, ltsl, PVtw, .1 sb City.
and f. .ev sublects t great varis), plain and colore.
Pilt'rOORPAPHER, city I,ad collntry. spplliod wlth 5ry5
rticle naed In their hotiues,. at Inw m.5t.÷ -,,.
pit4y.'&N- VNS. ___
1)11. H. A. 1..,LSOo
OFFICEi, No. 5 CARUINDELRT STREET,
Offers Iis l'rofesshil. Services to tile Citizes of Now
W. - AUSTI. '. M. IS.,
AT TIlE OFFICE OF TIIE BOARD OF HEALTH,
N'No. 132 0ravler street.
Reridynce, No. 218 Washington street.
la DKS. L. T. r'I A.& . T. SCOTT
PHYSICIANS AND SURGOE)NS,.
lOffice, N,4). GAMP STREET, bItween Commtt sad (tr.
vier. Residences, No. S9N, ctrntrJsepbhiISd
Lpsdlto streets, N ,, OtIs, Oa.
Offee flours: I EIA.. Ito 3P.M.
N, 5.-Sperial attetlEn paild to Disea. of the Eya.
SBPRING AND BUMMER ARRANGEMENT.
Onandan SUNBAY, Aprll 11, 16, the tras on Wtb
mad will lave ufollA:
rLtinTx CIT. rzosa Yes u. s
4 o'clock m. Hon Coan 6Lolock A. a twom TobS
a .. Steam Tratin
A~. o'll . . ei u.
to No. Tok Pd .l 1 :t
WO LY TAINS a oo
ou0 ato ca d foml o tra lseaers rfromt.d I eoa
TPass loo oe Orlao Nwao Yut notify the s
Plor thoentgh lRopep att- route o ef New Orlean A
Jukson n.GrOeat Northen Railroad, 44 iOarondelet, 113 Com
oen street, ctondaSt.0h.oher Hotol, 3T CUanl street and
Depot, also .at ofMce of the Iinois Coentral oto. ro.
General FPanger Agent, Chicago.
oeal eotheol Aoeot. New Or yton.
N4OBILE ANlD GIEAT NORTHERN C
Shorteet Bonte Between Sew Orleanso
WASHINGTON, NEW YORK, BAiTIMORE 0
PHILADELPHA, BOSTON, ETO., ETC.,
DISTANCE TO NEW YORK ........1...... 00 MILES -
TIME, THREB AND A HAL? DAYS.
Passengers leave dally from tbeoDepot o the PoetchSrtrole
C Ralroad at 4 o'clock, connecting with the Morgan Line on
Steamer for Mobilo, makikg oelo connection at Mobile wit.
the torains of the Mobile and Great Northern Rlilrod for
Montgoomey, Columbuo, savanab,
Auguste. Atlanta, Charleson,
Knoxvill. Noahv;He, Louisville,
Lynchburg, EeLhond, Cinctneatl,
ALL POINTS NORTH AND EAST.
S For nformatlon and Trouoh Tickets apply at the
In the Rotnnda of the St. Charle Hotel,.
0. L. FITCH,
General Ageht, Moblleand Oh:o Railroad Line
Sam or Lo.xtld, ErocEtm DEPa, t wt,
New Orletos; Soptemer 14th, 10r
0 CIHf R EAES. P. S. Wiltz ht t applied to me
e for the e.ueilin of his omellal- bond t Clerk of the
Second Diohrict Colrn of New Orleans, to-wit :
A bond, dated the d aly of November, IdOl, for the unm or
50o, elgned yP S. Wilt. aprtnctfpol securedeoby s pocial
mortgage on hil peopy deniobed In said bn t dod
being conditioned for the faithful performancete by said P. S.
Wilt .ol hiS duties as Cle,h aforesaid.
5 Notlefs hereby glveuto all perous interested In said bond
eto show cause in o riong t thei office f the scret of Se a ta oft
or within ninety days alter the list publication of this adverthie
meat why the said bond ahontd noo be cocelled and anoullet
Given, under my band and teal or Satet as above and the in.
dependtee of the United States the ilety-fl, WL.
J. OoDISON WELLS.
By the soveror:
t, Cotioo 0o. HARe, Assistant Secretary of State.
001r FoI LA Lo g;akE, D1-, T To70 , L`efayoo.r,
Nouvelle,( reans Is I~e1l-tr re lfiO6.
A TTFN'D U gn'atppliettlon atre o tilte o tool
S. par P. , Wii p. 1r ] c-acollatoio de ,m 0Obl10 lth
ollce eomme - relier d, o i De:io Conlylr Distorit d
ia So.cni.co-mmrit'n sxvo:r :
Uneobligteitnote bn do o no:emre IS0. pnor ts -omme
lc ftlS, eoot ..-r F. it Wile, comme prinr0ipal et tense 00r
hptpo tt u o. t pecotlalur eon Ilorltee ttt,crit tloln to Itite OWh n
tion ; ia dote .bh.wtton etant conditiotmb pour ]a fidele exe
cu:onpar le it tP.S Wili, de ses devoirt eomma oretier
do ist Deuxoino Gout dt Dilrict dotla tNo:velle-Orleans, sea
Avis est en consequence doonb a tLoteo let perouneo lnte
- reoees d'avoir a tfire :0.,ltre 0 ar Sc0t, a11 blreeau do secre.
taire d'Etat, dana lab N Jurso qui suivr0nt In drniere publics.
lion dotlcette protclaot ooo, oet raisons pour leouete Is dit
obligltito ot .,erait tol cacell eolt anulle.
Douse sou0 ma s0gnature et le steau de 'Etlat, a to date
cl-dess et la 91hmlejouro do t'lord nce ds Etats-Untx.
J. MADISON WELLS.
o Par le AOutereu r:
C-S 0.L. o. AHr.tR, Assistant S;:eretakre d'Etat
, . -=
THE NEW WATERING PLAC.E- -
GRAND ITLE HOTEL.
The new and staunch passenger sremr SAN NICOLAS,
Harvey master, will leave the herd of Hxrvesesn oal, opryosite
Stock LaBding, Louisiana Avenue, EVERY 1SATURD.Y and
TUESDAY, at o'cln'ck P y.. for Grand Isle Hotel, FortLiv
inSton, Raatarta and intermediate laudins. an retSurln j
MONDAY and THU RSDAYsevenings; a delightful trip throug
lakes and bays to the sea shore.
Fare to the sea sho, meals included ............ $5
the Hotel hs now open and ready for the reception of vltor I
with all the requoislte and comforts of a lrst-elss hotel ofs r
ing the oadvntages of surf-bathlng, fn fishing, bsatlngH a
nt amusements othe se-coast, being surroundd by magni.
scentliv-Ioskgroves, giving ample shade and a pteasat rt
treat during ths heat on the day.
RATE--Bosrd, per week,J I.Trasssut boarders, day, BY
A. UARGO)T JOLLY Proprletor.
HARVEY & MOSSAH , A..NAH , 61 St. Olrsle street.
OCEAN SPRINGS HUOTSL
The subaersber respectfully informs the public that thl.
popularpStce of SCmmer Resort is NOW OPEN br the r
TneaoSmmodtiouswh!lchhe Is, prepared to offer to thb,
publiara ant surpassd by those of any Watering Place Hotel
in the country, and his TABLE IS SUPPLIED WITH
EVERY DELICACY of the pisce and sanson.
In thtmmediiate vicinity of thse Ocean Spripngs lil theresar,
Sulphur and Chalybeates prlngs,
Wichi arecelebrIteds or medicinal !proprtieS. InvElidi wIl'
therfsreflbdt SiS ples ons of nca!ii'r .dvntulges, as the
can hvSe sea orY inoerl BAIHS, as epld be t best fihlnhi
facilties on the 'oa It
TE N :pR--ni!Ie eory m. ee re for fki'ies a alelut room
or thie s.iian. T. d. S.pARt.sIO 11y..
S 6. I.t ................................. . BIER
No. 20 CAMP STREET, UNDER THE CITY HOTEL.
Jewelry, Watches. I B ves and Pltend Ware.
SEHIeONSS' BRAZILIAI PEBBLES.
ane bold Watches, In Honting oses, dinamnd mounted and
enravte, best msaersl rich Se.s, Braeleta, Pins and Ear.
itn l Diamond, Amethy.t, Coral, OnS/. Nu Etruactm Gold,
Sl karsat old G atrd and Vest Chins, latest patterns; Sleave
Buttons and 50,. of esst ariety and lhpst workmbnpslhip,
Gents' Spd and asoOniP Fins, pvsp!osp dSI55st; Stlsps ad
Plated Bet, .Table and To ForEt and Bpons., Cupt, otblets..
NapOH R5tS, Castors, ate.; P555551a Table tlery, be. t
makers nd sedorior nquality.
Omoend Mutle, in Brouest, Marbloe and Wood,
Gold, Siver, Steel and Shel! mounted
The particulalsr attention of those needing "'elpOto read.
respecstfully sliietted to Semmos' Brs.iain Pebbls, the best
andonlyglassesthat should be nsed. New Pebbles re0 ltn
oldOtrams. FatitulartatSSion paid to repairing Wathers.nt
Jewelry. the best worskmn being employed.
b.tmssbtr. 25 CAMYP STREET. and.r the (lt, H..otel
B. OOTS, ., OES, ATS I M-
Commission Dealer In
liBoots and hoei,.
No. 3N OLD LEVEE STREET,
Between Cuotomhouse pid Bienvslle,
- E. MARIUEZE,
WHOLESALE DEALER IN BOOTS AND SHOES,
75 6Ctanl Street.
Partirslar attention paid to Plantation orders.
i0/IN 11. WOIEIL. AGEST- -
t)OOTS AND SHOES AT WHOLESALZ,
S No. sranatzie Street,
No. 1tT 7 Common Btreet,
(Bete.on Cordlaro t andad St. lriass streets,)
P.ir8.NT C LO'T'U ES-W Ar.aI ER.
T" 1(YII[HLAULIC CI.StTBR ES WASIIHER
- AND WRINGER.
Ipbelptand hrost usefl invenStion of the kind for steing
bonsebld Iabor sver invented.
IIs n.1oro and Suttor reaomm ndsatous for s1ang time, borln
5, sud the wer and tear of lric washed, than any otherma
cisne. Allthe other m t5sinas eitherr nib the ths andRea
hem oat speedily, or do not sstisfactorily perform thleirwork.
HTYDRAULIO CLOTHES WASIIER
.lot.l s slithesee. There Isno rubbing of the clothese. an
cowuetly, no wear and tear. The washing is most cor
pletsy Snd thoroughly performed by the stsn of the whee
a slone Bend for a eeular, glving fell explanation, 0r calland
tts Jotitel t.m at the Gieneral Soutbhern Ageoy.
sood ndsctmens offered to sagents eltsbwhere.
S. M. BARTON & CO.'S,
No. 17 Tchbpitoulssstret.
EEDN'S OUNDY-- 2
(ESTABLISHED IN 1825.)
Corner of Delord and Foeaher streets.
We beg leave to inform our fri. ds ad the public genersl
that we are pepared. as formerly, to madufahtre Stto D
Engines, Biler, . Sgar Mills, Sugar Kettles, Drainh.g Ms
chines, Saw Mills, Cotton Preses, Newell So8e, Gn Gear
ing, Furnace Mouths, Grate Bars, sll kinds of Planttioo and
Steamboat Works, and every descrpiton of Machinery for
t11 South. LEEDS A CO.
Orders left at Boo 7i, Meehanics' and Deslse' Exchange,
wil ner eipromptattetiUoa
BIC8 DIAMOND uSTEML WeOae,
PARK, BROTHER A CO.,
£l Desriptiono of Cost and Germano Steel.
EQUAL TO ANY IMPORTED OR MANUFACTURED IN
Best quality Refined CAST TOOL STEEL; SPRING, A.
CHINERY, PLOW, SHEET. and SHEAR STEEL;
RAILROAD, SPRING and FROG STEEL; LOCOMO
TIVE, AXLES, CRANK PINS, PIT1ON ROD, LIDE No
BARS, FIREBOX and FLUE PALTE, eta
NOS, and ......BATTERY MARCH......NO. and
BEsween Milk and d be to,
OLIVER RURi AgeoS o
W NTER'S IMPROVED P1eTrL. we
CIRCULAR SAW MILL,
"Lane's Patent Set end reed Wo.oks.
"We T Lpectey call attentWn ILtA" rith '"LANE'SO
PATENT SET TAND FEED WORKS." woiooofthspartiso
iar advantages slaimed therefor being o ollos :
Ist.-The instantaeous antd nesrrinoiy csrate "et" of th0
logbythesmanottedingtit to. with snlstmoeos of tob
hand, noder a ds otie at ono a simpl soe stte , and to no
wie subjet to breakage or desan.nn -the b log, of whater
legth, being set at both 5 a5 00 o ns and the a.m nstant at
time by tOhe Sawyer, as above stotod:; oandao n0e0n !,
fortity in the thickneu of the plank throughott, Ina
yd--The saving seured nt onl in the umbe of he
oemployed bout tnse ml,. but l the songof that wheb st of
moresimports. to-wit: in thder ofskGore of theotl-
suodcledply lisuratod, p.rhpss, whenm i i stated oh ta
" sttos lmoeous"osuallyt reresd bylothoemI o we W rs a glt
ru basck" "sel " and cu anothe 1 hedsd o s rn San
enabled to ctthre twenty feet planks if rOquired) oto0I .nt.
minuole accouoted forto part bi the fact that thetsw o
most unceasingo y es r hgp osdSho 's-hsoh" timooospedlpto
actoua work fom the momen the tok Is hnt plac until I. i
sentirely onvrsted into lumber
I d--he poeculiar sramement of the Feed Works,
iwhorby the "slip" and "wear and tea" always ri tdt so
the usual belt arrangement l oided, nd in lieu, n ino -
of taneous "starting" and "stoppinos" unRtOlugiy eso t.
si 4th-The sostonti add pet t poroioolo of the Mll, to0,
. Oietal, 5 o' g linS nd Ls.bAdJ.sting Bo do,," the frohiot
caeoiron supports on the csrrisge for ths 1lg. and the mtuosal
d beauty of fl.sh, re samong the othesr oeatures which trlon.
to iarly characteris our Mill, and which seousre for It the ontoi.
e isgadmoorcin of the practicl.
S t'hese references are sufficient.we trust, to eesr for our
Mill ll that is requiredd and all that io asked On any I05n.0,
to insure a pIrefersences, namely: '"As exasmination bsefore por
eh Woeelowpe e.s"
Weare, very respect .flR & CO.,
General Commission Merchauts, No. 40 Broawav, New York.
e"N.O .--"LAi.E PATENT SHI' WORKS" appied
withfaclity to Milts of her at3era ,
51OROE S IEEDDTNGTO1,
Agents for ths 8ab00 ill,.
nN. 0 Carndelet Mtril,
1DOWDALL, HR1ERIS 6e CO.,
i Enslos and Maolhlne Shop,
CORNER OF SECOND AND MORGAN STREETS, ST
Mit Taufaturers of
s STETAM ENGINES AND BOILERS.
SAW AND GRIST MILL MACHINEBY.
Cirenlar Saw Mills, Qouarts lli, Tohsaeo scr.ss and
SPresses, ILard Kettles, Screws sand Cyliders. Wool Csding
Machines, Muley Saw Mills, etc., sconstantly on hand
Agents for the sale of JAMES SMITH A CO.'S suposOor
We are prepared to receives ordar for any of othe a so '
tloned Machsery, eta, and will fmisbh oany Information
,, desired ' LAMB, QUINLIN A Co.,
16 5OTchbo oolo.t strset,
NO'lcE--DAIEL RDWARDS '.
NOs., Bs. 0 and as New Levee sree
Is bline of Coppr sad Shee a o pWIrer,
mlthln~ and Bres Founds, and R1,1n. . Thi o t
tlhed chartcer ofthis house Is a eptceiat ganantee t at
work entrusted to him wtll be promptly and F1l I011 seen.
D. IRON AND BRASS FOUNDER,
rLTroNr, Nw Levn, .Ow an DASA oL1A s401T1
Omee-185 Fulton Street.
Has on hand at all times ew and eoondhband mrchilnry
for teamboats, saw Mills BldH gar Piantations
Particulhrand prompt attention paid to Steamship and
D RUNtOND, DOBOG & CO..
STEAM BOILER MANUFACTURERS.
Low Presaure LHomot.ve. Flued and Cylinder Bolees, Clari
, ers, Filter ah d Juice Boxes, made at .th
We rsoectfull solicit centract8 for Boiler and asll;eesnry
cnndctio;s, sn.h us Fire Fronts, Ocrte Barm, Steam and SeaP
Pipes, Valves, etc., Chimne)ys and Breecheu, all of which wi
be furnlshed at the lowest toundr prices..
All work enxecuted at our estlisaent wll be Ouamranteed
or else . O COhere.
PlNO. S PErcDhnts ad StAamhidp Agent. are repetnbi
invited to cill and examine the work and prices at 126 FROh
Street i,etw1e nNotre Doe0 and Jul5a0l streets.
IR.ULAR AW LL TATIONAY A.
PORTABLESULINTEAM ENGINE AND DRAFTSMAN,
plns. and speearlcatiIos made for i o kiCnds o Machinery.
Survey. carefully Inettuted d peIcifations .ettiu vorth the
Sonditlon and requilrment~a; the HPils and Machinger
of Steamship. aud Steamboats will be promptly fnulahed
Parties dttptli. n tihe purcihse of Steamships ad rStl.
`metae would do well to have them exauedih before bhurag
Novelty Iron hd Wpp ,
Corner Dhlurd and New Levee streets,
LE CARP, PFA E TATION FOUN WAGO
- .08 oGrod mtreet, Neow .Wlan
(JOHN GEDDES-JOS. A. SHAKSPEARE--8. SWOOP
Gedde., Sihakspeea" a Co..
Weron and Banet Fonder and Me.bihp.ts, moanu.ond a e
vSrlety of Steam Engines, Suge r ,C M ls, DsinugMShle.ag
w.'hil and in penardint Grate BI. Store Fronts, Column
it Sah Weights, et. BtI krmlt, Work of all k hds.
0' 51 ElIYhB. 11105.Y d . RODY
NO. U PERDIDO STREET, (RAdjoining MonleBX.dn
to arre5r , 128 ITrDE IDEP) Nw , NL Oe so, 111
CIRCULAR SAW MIILS, STATIONARY AND
PORTAB. 7 NEW LE STREET NENGI ORNE,
bt iuar Inut Ml and Maley aws; Corti Mil, ; Wh
So [email protected] Bolting Apparatus; Shafing Pnllss and Belting.
f All descriptions or Plantation Mahinery and Arontl t
We keep otntly on hand s full py of
CANE CARTS, PLANTATION AND ROAD WAGONS
Timber Wheels and Wheelbarrows, from the well known faetors
of J Neh O, Bodly, WheeliSng, V RT
Shop In Sat. Loas, Loof.vle, N clinnati and Plttsburg, trogbD
which we are prepared to ontrat for any elas of mpachinery
on most fvorable term , and dsll oawhere north at New
SOrlean tr of strelht s THO. B. BODLEs . o0
A KEUIT ES.
OUISIANAl BAKER E.
BE ROUGE A OCILER
Have removed th+lr DEPOAT from No. 5S' Common street
town. 9 Fulto nn- No. 11 New Levee, batweeu Cerumeon
and Grevier streets.
MaRGtaRE T--MARGARET I00GlHERY,
SUCCESSOR TO F. DOACT UIN A DR .
nread and Crntkers Bicker.
No. 7l NEW LEVEE STREET, NEW ORLEANS,
between Poydrtm and Lafayette streets,
3ao'.coustantl on hand large assortment of BREA%
CRACKERS, CRAM EISbUIT., etc.S.
C.-.C. IIR ON TL CO..- s
.A. 0. HERON. T. CALDBR, H. RIDDEI)
.O '1MERCIAL BAKERY,
Nos. $64 and 066 Tc'houpltou tta .frost,
DEPOT, NO, 2 TOHOUPITOULAS STBEET,
wAlwsys on hand at) knln- of LOAF BREAD Ayf
Steamboats, Bilpl end Private Famllle Supplied.
Are prepared, at ll time", to fill orders for
CREAM BISCUIT, PIO-NIO BISCUIT,
WINE Do. SODA Do.
SUGAR Do. BUTTER Do,
WATER Ds FRENCH Do.
d THE EST MEDIUM FOR COUNTRY ADVERTISINO
In the State. outside of New Orleans.
Mdercantile Cards inserted at LOW PRICES.
J. M, TAYLOR Proprietor.
20... AT CXLU&s.raz...
DRUGS, EEPIOIreNU, CamCALS, p~
O14d, OLABa. DYE W7S,~!e. PWUUvT
pme7 a , M..
JAM l'.'".^!.nf s .~ .L
No, 90 BY. CELRLB srawEu, 11lrOr
Hovlaeogoooiod, by late mrrtle " 00005 soatc PIIaw
ndNEW DRUGI, in WdfiS.. to tho iiogo mot~
hand, I am nowrpaewoioopfltih arg. aid
wants of th. DEG XaWDR SOUTH...
Tbefollowoing-1"tmspol.eapadOf m00 sit, y 30og
4t10o, all k14ds .Alchotl, .
H.00ooQCo·05h Aooooo..O.;,. Cmm . ,i
BlooM... U.730o., .;: ·
Onatb-Am , Center on,
ChboorideLiar, Cit e d yl
ConomotnoAss ., Chowtorm.i
C-a EaBldoo std~~h rn ibp~g
Sle.wnpadea, Ja .. , ..' ·ICIY~
ahkx, ] ·IIJ 1LP. ". "j'
Go.. Arbie, . ozB..dy~ , wsi
Onc Aaba Pta Bel, eolgy
Onoo Shell.. Gem Aafo~dmla,
Gam. Myroh. Gwoom 05wb,
Glyoooron. Gamoo wofmth
00l Brgamo, HNNO.,fo,0, 0
0il, Cod LIver, whit. Q OAuden.
Oil, Cod LIv.., dark, 001, Cionooao..
on, 0Ohre plots aod gravy Gil,0 C..o,; oi.
01,Oil ofo. Ol1,g, 0%Leonoo
Peppor, bIdok. 0il, Peppooodin,
Potaoh,.Cldoooi. 01n, Wintoogreen,
Pa~tt, Ppp~er, Cqoyoo.,
0.ItpotoO. Poeoo, Iodide,
0o.q ..WA lhouo S.Io oosoo
hil... soda, Bic.,baoooi.
Sods, B.l, '*bit*oWa..
PESTD ýEBY, .
=Pnm Good..s. -
IPooade, ,oio g.
0 bag. pI.0tms 05q. ha, aist Medicine. OL
0Oo,,oom0ve free 10.. ooealry will omeewtS ukspe f
.000000. lAMES GOWN"
T SL GbmiueuiuaI
1Lba1- 1 u&,
jOymbno CEOL~LmA MoRltI
b" PN --. . IN. TR r Oi.
BDPE6IE OLD ABIN= BASD5
r l aId8B8A, .r MEB CIIPLAIIT.
cry ~ kitWr
It ti highly appoind by the N&tnI Fnedtl
Per Qchoos e f Water mad t1*.
THE CABINET BRANDY
Eu been ned with lmome ralup.fd.td m..rnla t
put Twuty Irnn In oues of DIABBHBA. OBOH4
YOBUBO, COLIo. n.h
SOLD BY, ALL DBUGGIBTS. A2D 37311
CELEBRATED GOLDEN BITTUNI
A PFOELY VEGETABLE TONIO
juyluoroatig and Itrengtheiaga.
Fetrulesthe system tgainir the evil tooehYii otliU0UIU
wnier. Fue WL. In al lpnntn f hthewld.
Mw4E OETAL DEPOT-Auneolnin TEpeen i.0dii ef
Endig .otnest, New Ynt N niuieto-B-Hibm. Ii. 1
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