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N 06m. wa asaw exam. '*,eea.eeeUim.ir mawmss.ats; taelreavesv, "R metss seel**e rrir·rurp. wanmbaW~hlatFelrower 5, sio ý ýti"w r.ýua .ý. os emptjor sence fromthe city teeSioaciadepaertmn of the Casew r will ;tate O de l U V ir p . , Esq. :t. O'N ZIoN, Proprietor. We a ngmer obIlklions to Mr. Samuel l he * aer Idahoe, for late Papers. S, . L?4 Q e4rt"llitt, United States mar to the eli7 n esterday after a 5o eo fe n thle Nortkh iand D'-1 , h n, waoes rms Dis emt lW te fon the infb tiason it R'ehianohersith ao he S; e to exen~e tire or : at1: h Board ofN h,-whieh will be found ý.Vr the lussuresdyay goL Kirk, of the le Oerver, t Kirk visits our souter fW obnneted WHE ellepaper e hope oe more ase }lie his rsm Th~le nmen dadadmirers 'Oa arava; ...e. sa f doirlledngwl 31 a4 t®teta t he is back in oat<city utsnd the t of sturdy by @$. ae r welcom #a e the, captain e. of i ad rank aMon5 So odizensi.e We a t t amongs ns aglt oly for a bretperosl4 our old friend CdoL Tohn o be just arrived fromm.ew York. E i nney did good service in t th m edoeae, bathe is so thoroughly that be as gone into bausies inu ew as a membier of the newa enter .ng proeperous firm of OfAtt, Mc Anerney' I ·o, agents for the damous "Ibrdegar Datoi Works. We state as an en ootegWg symptom for the South that this Agm 4 lin ari olbs exclulsively of Soutlean eanufacrah e and that they.re doing as large antd increuesmg bausipeas.. mongo the arrivals in the city yesterday, wm owr *ieOd: &W. Mecianie, editor ofthe MdtOe e (Oniaay Telegraph-one of the a li g eaosrnouisiac , with a *ap ong the begeople of tea (ttle teg t r. Mr' eWill 5e- 1 a new volume of his 3 in our avertising clms t and we irect the special attention of t oi'lymerehaete ~toih'i $Tea Flrar o s .1L ,o -the steamer 'Shog, we, which arrived yesteray fromSioena, -brought nineteen u i oftis year's crop. It is from the pittio erf $. d sharpe, Assumption parih, i ad oni U d to R fter of this city. VAwsTIEs TmTB.-The Varieties will opes for theseason oriThursday evening, with I Sheridan's brlliant comedy, "The School for a S 0ands l" e>nager Floyd, elsewhere, gives a lcomplete list of the company, which in. i6 eall sunney old aid established- favoritescof 1 the Niew Orleans theater-going public. 1 O .gAtE .-Lhovers of the famous "Krug," oras y other brand of fine champagne, or of qggipg tla~se the line :of liquid refreah menp.t ant have no excuse for being dry while theiebnser of the Jackson Exchange, (one of F .a~ Qdirk's establibtnenta) at 17 St. Chales teet, floats in the breeze. We do no tepeak unadviesdly, for Mr. Michael Mur phy of that house, has forwarded. us some a ,alea of 'Kra" gthat were as delicate and ellhi'ar ass any that ever cooled the throat Seltei the fansy of a thirsty and wearied S.iZorefe aege glassaf qoaething in tewY oea beverage, whether it be wine, old Bobon, r anything else, call on Mr. M ag tehur q o xTe e tohpgee I, say bod dipputesaour'word just let him go there andtryth TLh ratraiip of the Biohmond Exannter ls be ranerred from Mr. Pollard to Theoma Hi 'te, aeif6 ndandas Sthe ate:ohn '. Daniel. As fkt g4 .many e ba, attPfland ant s h4radicdl ere isre one at GlienPO'fG Srave man .generally a modest one, wb * i aly unmlsla l 'the woods ne tar anald iear-I 6have nt m h0e fleld-- have never met a" d Bob Aoes : l'If he should ask wt, klnd of a man your friend Acre is, o tll hi Io a . - a deil tell him I boe,: ungg~I# r sbasQ,q~nts, near in1. hois, recently, found a astchel azd sdeveral octher tsnn yiq the bpage s, which, led withtlie disappearance of a personwho h thie things last in possession, led to the lbief that there had been foul play. On Sun s4g everal gentlemen renewed the search, ans, Wn neai r the'' oftoh'" obisty fair ~n4s, -came upon marks of blood, a coat e ank one or two articles belonging to a di o aoutrement. They also discov m p s rrasof a boly hasing`been dragged ong; b~t although the, wall in. the fair "a l deu de& the aising man ~was n d <The Plton Democrat bays a s ua'saa was Jacob Swatzen at he was from Indana, and was ya , iate in the 165th regiment In n 5r8o D g r apgaw-In Mon ba, 8lat week a girl fell over the wire that, oa ne of the hasins in 1:ar uout eieghtfeet dep. She s k BRome, by some geese A Ad .ag~bbling about the accident, aAsi*naeteed tIe gqreuerr'a attention to the Se arrived just in tinme to rescue the MAYOR P EONBOE'S MESSAGE. The message of Mayor Monroe to the coun cil is an exceedingly creditable document. It is longer than is usual with messages of this kind, but the peculiar oircumstances by which -he city and the city government are sur roun demanded, in this instance, a depar tmrete m customary brevity. The attacks made upon the people of this city, and on the authorities, by radical journals and radical oraton, and the falsehoods which have bAen so industriously cireulated concerning the events of the 30th of July last, by newspaper correspondents and itinerant political moun tebanks, rendered an official defense not only proper but necessary. Mr. Monroe dischargd. the daty in an authoritative and convincing Smanner. His exposure of the vacillating and censurable conduct of the military authorities on that occasion is no less thorough than his defense of the course pursued by the civil d authorities. Re are glad to find that, in relation to city s atlrs the views of the mayor are at the same time liberal, comprehensive and practical. SIHe recommends an increase of the police a force by atl dst one hundred men-a sugges d tion which ought to be immediately acted on. True eqpnomy will be found, in the end, to consist in the efficient protection of person and propert and in the suppression of crime. If the present police force, by reason of de Sdient numbers; is not adequate to accomplish these objeots, it ought, by all means, to be increased. -the plan of selling the markets, stall by stall, instead of a whole market to one farmer, 1iiia wis measure of economy, and will doubt less materially increase our revenues. So a likewisewill the leasing of the wharves, by sections if we may judge by past experience Se#tie varioussystems whichhave been tried. The sum necessary to put the wharves in a faebl state of repa.ir is estimatgd at r 'aeasing system was tried for fifty-seven cominencing August 16th, 1858, and es tgMaey, '03, and during that time the rt alsituaalncome to the city amounted to $Il1,000, or to $1,052,000 for the term. Un der.s present system the annual -revenue, aebryding dtO the controller's report, would amount to about $158,000, less $50,000 for re pairs, 4tc., leaving a net annual income of $18,000, aid showing a loss, when compared with the leasing -system, of $113,000 per anusom. In 1861 the value of real estate in this city was assessed at $86,500,000; in 1865 at $85, 000,000. If this kind of assessment is to be continued great injustice will be done, as we showed in the CGFecnur, a few days ago. Taking alan index the rate of rents prevail ing. theassessment should be at least doubled. The mayor very properly calls attention to this anomaly in our, scheme of municipal taxation. The statistics of city railroads show that New.Orleans, in spite of her misfortunes, is -not behind other cities in enterprise and en ergy. There are already finished forty-four miles of street railway, and thirty-one miles additional are in progress. This, we believe, to be.agreater length relativelyto population, thna xists. in any other city in the country. In regard to the .-oyal street and Bourbon stree4r ,~s the mayor thinks that those thoroughfares oughtnot to bp thus impeded, igvg~Bi mo st peqoa will agree with him, pe alply as to Boyal street--and he declares that' eminnent lawyers have expressed the 'opinion that the contracts for those roads are invalid for want; of authority on the part of the officials by whom they were sold. The school system of the city is stated to be in as good condition as could be expected after the lamentably inefficient admi'istration of the three years of military rule. During the annual session of the schools closing with June, 1886, the average attendance, exclusive of High Schools, was 11,306, of which number 5499 were boys, and 5814 were girls. In the High Schools the attendance was 391-boys 168, girls 223. The whole number of pupils admitted during the year was 15,421-boys %824, girls 7597. The average of pupils to each teacher 48. On account of deficient ac commodation many applicants for admission to the public schools have been necessarily rejected, and it is suggested that new school houses be built for the reeption of pupils. These are among the most important sug gestions made by Mayor Monroe. They are wise and practical; and we hope that the t council will sot on them without delay. Scounou win sot on tnem witnous aetay. oat _ - . ded Twa PonBL~Ea or LovIno.-In New York as Sin wedl asNew ,Orleans there are doleful com old plaints ofhigh rents. The figures which are r. given show that we are no worse off in this ay- respeotthan the people of the "great metrop. ere olis"-perhaps not so badly. Unfurnished tenements, in good neighborhoods, rent for ter $100 to $81500 year. Suits of two and three to room are held at from $5000 to $10,000. as- These ratestare higher than those charged at the lhotels. In Brooklyn things re not sq e . Lotethree or four miles from the my ferries are taken up every day for building Spuposes, and Brooklyn'is consequently ad vana.ina population twice as fast as New ne, York. The Nation winds up a discussion of the iepohlems of domestic economy thus : ave Hensekeepinog is human, boarding is simply ani. net mat. bt even the lower animals know enough sk to eayod boardin, the only exception being the is, ap int exepLon of the western rattlesnake, who is said to take lodging dud meals with the M1 prairie dog. Apparent exception, we say, because our friend the crotabis i nt so stupid as really to sink himself into a mere boarder. Every little ear whilehe swallows his landlord or one of the fam el ily, which, in a manner, is a laudable reversal of Sthe custom in human boarding houses." oh, A poetical quotation in another of its col rho umns expresses the feelings of many l'tckless he house-hunters : "Give.me, 0 ipdulgent fate rh, Give me yet, before I die, air Some sweet but absolute retreat." oat Sa An Aanonrr--A few evenings since, Mrs. ov- George H. Cutter, of Boston, while sitting at ed the windowof her summer residence in Ocean .i, street, Lynn, observed a brilliant meteoric display. Following the course of the erratic messenger, she witnessed its descent directly o- beneath her window upon the grass. On ap a promohingthe spot, Mrs. C. discovered a whit . 'substance, and, upon touching it, found it to be hot, and smelling strongly of sulphur. It was sent to Boston, and submitted to Dr. mn- Jackson, who pronounced it a very fine speci ire men of an aerolite.. in , Tp. The Ea Claire (Wisconsin) Free Press says A five deers'were fecently killed in the town of ipt Lihcoln, in that county. Game of all descrip it, tions seems to be more plentiful this season he than usual Bears are frequently seen near he the town, roaming through the woods without fear of hunters. A large gray fox, fresh from the wild woods, was seen to enter the town of Petersburg, Va., n- of his 6wn volition, the other day. After It taking alstroll, and a deliberate survey of civi. lie lization,1 he retired to his native wilds, a wiser ch but har.ly a better fox. Tue "DLa CAsteia."--Since copying from the - New Orleans Cssoear a notice of the death of ks Gnstavu Ehrenberg, for fifteen years a carrier for h that papr, we have been informed that the de ceased eas a member, during the war, of the cal State Atillery (" Continentals,") company B, of th city commaned by Capt. Hutahineon. Sev eralmeber of that company assure us that he he was a fakthful man, an excellent soldier (notwith ser tandin his advanced age,) and ardently devoted to the casne of his adopted couantry. He was on SduNty.wi his company, engaged in the defense of ly this di, at the time of the surrender. Let the f memory of each be honored.--[Mobile Register. ng Maximilian is said to hbe greatly delighted with nd the caribatares of himself in the NewYork pie ture paper. Instead of getting angry he chuckle ieconsumdly over their satirical allegory. vil I DI a. On Tadar, sat o'clock A. a., MARy LOUIsA, S geedtrysehdoeta 8 moths, the olr dughter of Jadge P. . .y Thaesseed Athsas Pill. n Thendsnd aquaintanasof the rfamily asre invitesd to Sattnd the funerf, whidh will take plee THIS AtTER 1 NOON 4tl4o'eloek from the residenoee of Judge Theard, ice eo. fOoysl street, near Hosa sta .t.. t. Joui s G5oves. JOuWevi's Gloves. LION A PINSARD, 179.................Canal street.. ................IT Have, st ceised from rid, by the latest arrals, a com plote aortmentdf JOUVIN'S KID GLOVES, for Ladles and Gtlemn The Gloves are of the real "Golden Medal maneuSlRr. They hbave ale.o a ful assortment of BELTS, BUCEKGS, Fine Shell Horn and eore COMBS, CACHE PEIGNES, EAR RI.GS, CAMEO SETS, JET TRIM MINGSandFRINOES, VELVETS. TAPES, COLLARS, OSV TS, t. aof the latest tyles. S atawba Wine. E200 s .Ey I.la d CATAWBA WINE, three yers old-a esplendld artiele. 2 cap as BRANDY and WHISKY, in glss. For .ale by LONGSTREET, OWEN & CO., 37 Union street. i'ke's J.agnaolia rhisky. SO bbls. Pike'a MGNOLIA WHISKY, now lading from amteMam Lotus No. . For Sle by LONOSTREET, OWEN A CO., Sole Agents, 37 Union street. I'h.tsky and Brandy. 100 bblk WickIKe BOURBON WHISKY, In bond. 10 .. Keller 10 .. Bend RN eask. AMERICAN BRANDY-8. N. P. a So. For iale by LONGSTREET, OWEN & CO., 37 Union street. Clothing. ClotAhitg. FOR THE FALL AND WINTER OF 1866.67. NOW RECEIVING AND OPENING FOR INSPECTION R. PITKIN'S Fas lonable Clothing Emporium, NOS. 13 AND 15 CAMP STREET, Largest, Beet Selected and Most Fashionable SUPIERIOR READY-MADE CLOTHING, Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods Of he Season. All of which were manufactured under his peracnal supervision, and selected with the utmost csre and taste expresy for the Southern market. His stock consists ofevry article in'his line of buslness, viz: 5operdorDRESS FBOOKS; SACKS; OVERCOATS; SHAWLS; INDIA RUBBER GOODS; BUSINESS SUITS; WALKING COATS; Black and Fa.cy Dress PANTS, And VESTS; DRAWERS: UNDERSHIRTS; COLLARS; GLOVES; CRAVATS; SUS ENDERS; POCKET HANDKERCHIEFS; LINEN and LINEN BOSOI SlHIRTS of every quality and description. G CLOTHS, CASSIHERES AND VESTINGS. Aiarge assortment of Superior French CLOTHS, CASSI. w MIEaES and DOESKINS; Black and Fancy VESTINGS of ti the most Fashionable Styles, FOR C USTOIS WORIK. l.e takes greaSleasure in informing the citizens of New d Orlpens and the Public, that he has secured the services of thaý CONSUMMATE ARTIST, and Gentleman of Skill, Tae and Experience, so favorably known in this community, fr MB. E. M. HOUGHTON, al As Prinpal Cutter; who will superintnd the manfacture of Goidis ORDERED FROM MEASURE. A Perfect Fit War. ratd. . o W holesale Department. Merchants from the Country visiting the City, will And his f, W olseals Department well fitted up, and replete with the 5st desirable articles adapted to their trade, , would especially call th attention of to N ERCHA.NTS AND PLANTERS R, -To- Ims- I Large Stock of Cheap Clothing, t Sitable for the Laboring Classes, made of STRONG MA- It TISRIAL, with NEATNESS and DURABILITY. Also A LARGE ASSORTMENT at -or- hi YOUTHS' AND BOYS' CLOTHING, TRUNKS, VALISES, S ,CARPET BAGS, UMBRELLAS, Etc. A Cll from the publid L respoctfully solcited. R. PITNIN, FASHIONABLE CLOTHING EMPORIUM, 8 and 15.........a Street.........18 and 15 Reamnoval. THE LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND GLOBE Fire Insurance Company, SAPITAL, e16,ooo,ooo IN GOLD, No. 184 Grtavier Street, NEAR CASONDOLET. .Vtew is the Time f -TO A D V E R T I SE~ : TO MERCrANTS AND TrADEBna EN -OF EVERY KIND -op NEW ORLEANS. A SO-CALLED REBEL Makes Proclamation, through is Naewspaper, THE OUA.CHITA TELEGRAPH, At the Beginning of A NEW VOLUME, In Words ad Figures, to wit: [Extraet from the Ouachita Telegraph, Sept. 27,1 a366 IIEADQUARTERS TELEGRAPH OFFICE, tlotroe, L.c., September 27, 1366. iuenceRll ORDe.e NO. -. I. The head man of this concern announces to his patrons and friends, to the white population, and to whomsoever it may concern, that he purposes continuing the war, so far waged successfully, with increased vigor and determine. tieon. . Everybody who can raise five dollars in spondulix, whether he or she belongs to the "command" or not, is expected to deposit it in the headquarter wagon for safe keeping. The head man will Telegraph each person so r depositing. III. Punctuat y, once a week, a bulletin will be issued from hedquartern, recitlng incidents of the march, prognos tications of the weather, the news in camp and that from abroad, and generally whatever may turn up to interest, soothe, amuse or edify the command. A supply of printer's ink and elbowgreese hea been provided for the expedition, so that the head man hopes there will be no complaint of short rations. Tobacco and whisky not included ; but etimulants are to be employed freely. IV. Volunteers wanted to fi81 up the army to Regelation standard. Consclidta not allowed with the army, as hospitals and soft places, details and ambulances, cannot be provided for them. The sick and wounded will be discharged whenever the proper certificate is obtained. All deserters will be shot to death with the shoottegtltick, after having been drummed out of service by the P. D. V. All the pressing will be done at these headquartera. Swearing at or about the TELEGRAPH, its Editor, or his brindle pup Doe, will not be tolerated. There must be such a concert of action aee will nsure the dignity and prosperity of the commanding fgteemae. No obstruction must te placed in the channels of communication with our base, which is in the affections of the command. VI. There will beno linesof retreat, no ekedaddling; and no cavalry to come tearing in from the front with exagger ated reports of an enemy at hand. We set out to whip or be whipped-to make a kblie-handle or spoil a piece of raw hide. By command of, etc. Referring to the above, I beg to lay that I am now visiting New Orleaee with the view of soliciting and receiving each cdverthiing favors as the Merchants of New Orleans may desire to extend to the Country Press. It is beheved that it is not only to the interest of the New Orleans Merchat, under present circumstances, to advertise liberally, but that they are themselves thoroughly convinced of the neessity of aeeh a step. I will take pleasure in attending to all orders. May be found, while n thes ity, At the Crescent Omee. Advertielag terms reaonable G. W. MHCRANIE,. *Editor Telgraph. .Dry Goods! Dry Goods! GREAT OPENING OF A NEW STORE,I -BY PEPIN & TUICOTTE, 131,........... CANAL STREET............131 TOURO BUILDING, BETWEEN ROYAL AND BOURBON On Thursdey, Sept. 27th. A LARGE AND MAGNIFICENT STOCK OF FANCY DRY GOODS, Directly Imported from France, England N and Germany, --ALso- A LARGE STOCK OF DOMESTIC GOODS, For Families and Plantations, is offered at MUCH RE. DUCED PRICES. The attention of Ladies s specially called to er splendid assortment of SHAWLS, SILK, CASHMERE AND CLOTH CLOAKS; BASQUINES, PEPLUMS, JACKETS, Exc., Of the Latest Parisian Style. Rich ClunyTrimmed BODIES, SLEEVES, COLLARS, INFANT ROBES, MARSEILLES DRESSES, EVENING GOWNS, ETc.; SILKS, FOULARDS, CASHMERES, MERINOES, POPLINS, BIARRITZ, LINOS, SULTANAS, BRILLIANTS, PIQUES, PRINTED PERCALS, BALE ORALS AND EMPRESS SKIRTS, LACE, VEILS, RIBBONS, TRIMMINGS, LINENS, TULLES, HOSIERIES, Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc, Clothing ....................Clothing -AT HARRISON & DOWNING, No. 1 Magazine street. Corner Canal street, t Are lust now receiving from their manufactory THE LATEST STYLES OF FINE CLOTHING, COMMON CLOTHING, PLANTATION CLOTIIIS G, RIBBON GOODS, FURNISHING GOODS a TRUNKS, VALISES, ETC. Country Merchants are solicited call d examine their goods previous to purchasing elsewhere. Ready for Work. GILDIG & ACKE R, 107............ ....Canal Street............ .. 191 Having made the necessary alterations in their store to en able them to supply the wants ofthe rapidly increasing num her of their customers, are now ready to meet any demands in their line, I t : SIIRTS, HOSIERY, MEN'S FURNISHING GOODS. Renmem erNo. 197Canal street, between Burgundy and Ramp%7-t stre ets Jlerchlauts from tie Interior, WHO ARE ENABLED TO PURCBHASE DRY GOODS WITH CASH, SHOULD EXAMINE OUR STOCK AND PRICES. Every article in it, comprising all descriptions of SILK GOODS, DRESS GOODS, LINEN GOODS, WOOLEN GOODS, DOMESTIC GOODS, WHITE GOODS, HOSIERY, ETC., ETC., Has been Bought for Prompt Cash, And will be sold on the same terms, AT A VERY SMALL ADVANCE. An examination is requested. F. VAN BENTHUYSEN & CO., 121 Canal street. Removal. Henry Hamburger, Fashionable Tailor, Has removed his Establishment from 131 Comon street to No. S5 ST. CHARLES street, in thle Grand Lodgeo MSonic Iall, whee he wll he Meossed tI see h, friends and the 5ublic A fT ckvf ClothsaendCa,,,,imere alwayIson Is an,, . All ork done In the latest style and best manner. Sasti'action guaranteed in all cases. F. a. Knapp, DENTAL SURGOEON, 1709 ......... .........Canal Street........... ...1...0 Adjoining hri, t Chiurch, Is n"w to be found at lis Ofice from 9 o'·lock A. , until 3 F. s.. :repared to attend to the practice el his l'roflc.ni[, in Euey.e of AHTIFICIAL TEETH, from the deap uol l caoite oS re tPo rld tnd I'iridt eiA Lluinnget milli.,ns ý f which are no lRst tor want of TIMELY AND JUDICIJCS TREATMENT. In thi, Department o,so who harve a tronized him fior more than a quarter of a century in i Nty ayth he isSecon to NJs one in Tos profesion. le his tle IteOt itsmpmemet for Extrcti ng Tstx Wit llout Iain. Prices no higher than usually charged by Dentists of ukill and experience. eelye t .IVtwood, A. B. SEELE ............ ................H. P. ATWOOD. COTTON GINNERS AND PICKERS, CoRNR So. Joos oo St. Tao&.s Sos. We use the eighty-saw CARVER GIN. Drop Box at Price ourrent office, No. I29 Gravier streeti Carpet Warehouse, 17 ................CHARTRES STREET................17 Latesl rsceived--ARPETINO, of all kinds and qualitie; FLOOR OIL CLOTHS, of ai talitteso, which we cut to suit rooms; CURTAIN MATERIALS, Lac Curtains, Cornices ud Band, Ingreat vaset " Window Shades, Hair Cloth, Crumb Clothsrahble and Ptano Covers, China and Cocoa Sattinge ot all widtlu. A. BROUSSEAU & CO. Removal. The residence of Dr. James Trudeasa ts remorved to No. S RAMPART STRBEET, and his oice to the CIRCUS STREBET HOSPITAL, No. 132, where he will give oaulttltions from 12 o'tlock till 3 r. s. Get the Best! GRAHIAM'S CRESCENT CITY DIRECTORY FOR 1867. THE CITY OF NEW ORLEANS AND ENVIRONS ARE NOW BEING THOROUGHBL AND SYSTEMATI. CALLY CANVASSED FOR THIS WORK. The Publisher is engaged In preparing for Publication and Issue, on or about the 1st of December next, A General Blrectory of the CIty and Uuburbs, Wherein will be enumerated the NAMES, BUSINESS AND LOCALITIES OF ALL LIVING RESIDENTS, Embracing a much larpgr work than any aallar ever be fore pubUshed in this city. Thi unde.rLa L g is not the result of an EXPERIMENT, but to supply an exigency long experienced in this commn. ity, when "'s-called" City Directories have hitherto been gotten up more with a view of making them profitable to the publisher than serviceable to the public. d Tianderelaned takes pleasure in annonlcing that he has the Patronage, Countenance and Support of three-foubrth of the leading Business Houses in this city, and flattel himmself that his great faIilities In presses, type and material, and the experience of over twenty years in the city of New Orleans as apractical printer and pubisher, will enable him to pr sent to the pubiil a perfectly LIVE DIRECTORY. Accompanying the Book, (free of charge,) will be a large and handsome MAP, containing many new and valuable featnres. Merchants, Manufacturers and others, desirens of adver. tising their goods and wares through this valuable and per manent medium, willpley e seend in their advertisements at an early day. L. GRAHAM, Book and Job Printer and Publisher, ) Camp street (up stairs). ; . Single Trial Will Coalvince the Rlost Szeptical --T AT rs THE RED JACKET THERE IS VIRTUE WHICH NO OTHER BITTERS POSSESS. They STRENGTHEN and INS.GORATE the SYSTEM. They are UNEQUALED FOR GENERAL DEBILITY. They are A.SURE CURE FOR DYSPEPSIA. tc. They GIVE A GOOD and HEALTHY APPETITE. They ASSIST DIGESTION. lf They PURIFY THE BREAT and Acidity of the Stomeah. They CURE DIARRHEA and CHOLERA MORBUS. They CURE LIVER COMPLAINT. They are AN ANTIDOTE TO CHANGE OF WATER AND DIET. Theyare the BEST STIMULANT IN EXISTENCE. Theyare a PREVENTIVE of FEVER and AGUE. They RELIEVE CONSTIPATION. They CURE NERVOUS HEADACHE. They are perfectly PURE and PALATABLE. The genuine BED JACKET BITTERS are only sold in quart bottles; never by the gallon, quart or pint. See that our private government six cents stamp is unbroken over each cork. Sold by all DruggisL and Dalers throughout the coun. try. Call for Red Jacket, and take no other, Clrculars to the Trade supplied on application to BENNETT, PIETERS & CO., 31 and33 Michigan Avenue, Chicago. JNO. W. NORRIS & CO., Whoele Southern Agents, 52 Canal street, N. 0. Parts UNIVERSAL EXHIBITION--IS67. NOTICE. Having been appointed by hlExcEsleney Gov. Wele, Agent and Comissiloner to represent the interest of the State o Louisians at the UNIVERSAL EXHIBITION at Farie, in 187, I respetfully inform all residents of this Sltt desdrosu r of exhibiting Machinery or Produce, ete., at the above Expo sitton, that I will Impart all information within my reach, and Sfacitate the forwarding of packages to te plae of destine nation, if addreesed on theaeubjet through Poetofce:box R12, New Orleans. EDWARD GOTTHEIL, . Agent and Representative Paris Universal Exposition, 187. Gray~s Petroleum Store, -ron SALE AT No. 106 CAMP STREET, (UP STAIRS,' The most useful invention of the age. Wi!l cook anythin, that any other Stve will in the most perfect manner. Throw, off hardly any outward heat. Makes nosmoke, dus:, soot, or aShes. The cooking qualitiees will be exhihlted daily, betwsee I and 2 P. M. at 110 CAMP STREET, UP STAIRS. Post Ollce JAotice. Until further notice the Mails at the New Orleans Post Office will beclosed asl follows : Mails North, East and West close daily at 2 p. e., via N. O.. Jackson, and G. N. E. R. Mails for Bay St, Loois, Pass Chriletin, Misslisippi City, Mobile, Selma, Montgomery and Atlanta, close daily at II AL M. Brashear, etc., via Opelousas Railroad, daily, except Sundays at 6 o'eclock . M. Galveston, Indianola and Southern and Western Texas Mails by Morgan steamers, Wednesdays. Fridays and Sundays, at7. M. Malls for Natches, Baton Rouge, etc., by Atlantic and Misals. sippl steamers, daily, except Sundays, at 3 s. . Coast Mails for al Post Offices as far up the river as Bayou I Sara, by steamer Latourehe, on Wednesdays at 9 A. M., and Saturdays at , p. . Malls for Northeastern Texas and Red River, tr-weekly, at o'clock P. M. Malll fer Oouachta River, Wednesdays and Saturdays, at o'clock P. s. OFFICE HOURS.-Opens 8 . s., ctoses4 p. A. TheGeO, esral Delivery and Merchants' Delivepry will be kept open untU SUNDAYS.-Oicse opens 9S ., and closea 12 1. R. W. TALIAFERRO, Postmaster. Late Statutes of Louisiana. We have now on hand for salct fll bound or in paer, THE STATUTES OF LOUISIANA, Adopted during the extra session of December, 188, and the recent sessilon of l5. BLOOMFIELD & STEEL, Law Bookseller and Stationers, No. 16t Camp Street. C Blank Books antd Stationlery I ce -_r E. R.. WvAO,0ENER1, M8. .......... . .....CA P STI EI.ET.......... ......... (Between the Playune and Tlimes Offices.) The new stock of BLANK BOOKS of eoorydesription, and STATIONERY ofall kinds, fr Merchantb , Office odSteam boat porposet, madeexpreesly for thiis market, I no offering C now for sale, at prices that will give satisacdtio to all in need b ofsuch articles. I have also received a large lot of Fairehild's GOLD PENS, Etc. JOB PRINTING, BINDING, Etc., done no neatly, with dispatch. E. R. WAGENER. .It VYour Owni Price. DRESS G -OODS--DRESS GOODS. TWENTY THOUSAND YARDS AT YOUR OWN PRICE. 1 The finest, handsomest, and Latest Styles of Englishb, I French, Belgium, German, Irish and Scotch no Drees Goode, at 0 cents per Yard, to Sold formerly at 75c. and $1. Sold now by ' S. G. KREEGER, SI7 Magazine street, opposite the Asylum, FOR FIFTY GENTS A YARD. CALL QUICK. Southern Carpet WIarehouse. We are now opening a stock of CARPETS, RUGS. FLOOR OIL CLOTHS, MATTINGS, CURTAINS, 1 WI.OT)W SHADES. ETC., ETC.., E. BOTEUN. 189 Canal street. H. R. RONNEVAL, AezNT. J. B. r'alton d Destontde, AUCTIONEERS AND GENERAL AGENTS -ros Tl Purchase, Sale anoLeastal ofClty Property, E PLANTATIONS AND LANDS; FOR THE SALE OF STOCKS AND SCRIP, MEROCAN DISE AND PRODUCE, DAMAGED COTTON, HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, ETo., d No. 47 Carondelet street, corner of lUIlon. Acknowledging the liberal patronage and confidence of the c, public, we beg to announce that ito the REAL ESTATE De partment of our bushies, we have unequalled fcIltlles and the most accurate information in relation to all ltty and sub urban property, and as heretofore we are prepared to give the beet sattifaction to all who employ our service. Our arrangements for regular sales of STOCKS, SCRIP, MORTGAGE PAPER, etc., will be ecsh upon the opening of business as will attract attention and invite approsal. - The attention of mepotber of the Bar, Exsecotors, Admin. istatore and Syndics of Insolvents, is Invited to our long ex T perlence and to the superior advantages we possess in making SALES OF PROPERTY OF 8UCCESSIOIS. n Wo reepectfully and cofidently solicit Underwriters' and n Port Wardens' sales, saes of Cotton and Cargoes, Merchn s dise and Poduce, Houseold Furniture, etc., etc. The public may rely upon our personal and careful attention to all business intrcoted to us. o' J. B. WALTON & DESLONDE. It $50,000 W'rth of Dry Goods, e Of all kind and for all Seasons, are ofered AT NEW YORK AUCTION PRICES, -ar S. G. ICREECGER, 00?................ .a i.a.ne at.......... 0 rc Opposite the St. Elizabeth Asylum. He invites all to give him a call, and insures them all thb BDrgains they may wish in one day. He Will and Lust Sell Cheap. 8. G. KREEGER. S. G. KREEGER. Great Opening. Great Opening. LION & ISIAEL, -WILL OPEN THEIR NEW DRY GOODS STORE, No. 168 CANAL STREET, (Be.,Er N BReanle NoD DnYraJS BeesTlr,) TUESDAY, OCTOBER 2,1, 1860. A large and well selected stock of DRY GOODS, imported direct from Europe, will be offered to the public, at prices to suitthe times. Tlheir stock cosist, of Rich Broche SILKS; Black and Colored SILKS; SILK POPLINS--rich desigs, All Wool DELAINES; French CLOTHP-all colors; ALPACAS; MERINOS; EMPRIESS CLOTHS-in great variety. The finest variety of French CUFFS and COLLARS. (latestatyles) will be ,old exceedingly low. Also-An Immoense stock of Ready-mere BALMORAL SKIRTS. SPECIAL ATTENTION -is ClLLan ro 4000 Yds. Llnes at 00 cents per yard. --LSo 6000 YDS. POPLINS, AT THE SAVE PRICE. Ladies will do well to call on them before prchasing else. LION & ISRAEL, No. 169 Canal treet. Lcate Laws of Loutsiana. TIE ;ACTS OF THE LAST REGULAR AND EXTRA SESSION OF THE STATE LEGISLATURE, are aeet published in pamphlet form and can be had of BLOOMIFIELD & STEEL, 106 Camp etreet. THOS. L. WHITE, 106 Canal street JAS. A. GRESHAMI, 2 Camp sweet. W. F. GOLDTHWAITE, 69 Canal stteet. F. KELLER, 97 Royal street. Important to Business Jlen. Just Pebliehed SCHEDULE OF STAMP DUTIES -AND ARTICLES and OCCUPATIONS SUBJECT TO TAX under the Excise laws of the United States, together with MANUFACTURES and PRODUCTS EXEMPT from TAX. c For sale at this ffice, and all the book stores. .1 .n.L ThompSOsn, AGENT OF THE NEW ORLEANS CRESCENT GENERAL NEWSPAPER AND ADVERTISING AGENT NO. 14 WALL STREET. NEW YORK. d Sure Cure for the Cholera. GREY JACKET BITTERS Iiae proved a complete success in all cases of ASIATIC IIOLERA, where it has been tried. Feor sale by all h prIelpal gleiste and Wholesale Gro.. :era, and at whalesale by the manufacturers, BARNETT & LION, S1 and L3 Gravier street. Rooms and Board. A Family, or a few Single Gentlemen can obtain COOL and IOMFORTABLY FURNISIIED APARTMENTS, and OARD, on reasonable terms,on with a family where there are , children, by early application at No. 243 JULIA STREET, Between Barone and Dryades streets. Singer's Sewilng .lachines. The New Style FAMILY SEWING MACIINES Just in. eodeed by this Celebrated Manufacturing Company are pro. ounced by mechanical men as well as by parties uelng them, be the combfnation of Simplicity and Perfection. Machinea sold at Yew York pices, cost of transportation lone added, at THE SOUTHERN AGENCY, 7 Camp street. THOS. F. BROWNE & CO., Age James B. Thompsons, VIERC-LC1ANT TAILOR. No. 147 n treet NEW TOBE.