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Nw h *1bst `areat4 ywwer, tkmf ea F ofer ;' z at the fo~lowing from~ ew55 Yor b th t t t tat4 manner nt the ·1wsa:e a r~ry" 3 f R%' oleRIF ý' te, aC b ids cc a wop. her poaitioa Ifaa pt the ow thq .d ov pea bedbyevryineli erelt .a o tengtoioqn,,.re ciaiois rp b i'vr bsn audience. ýt s tlebse.ipsttef .ýert1 ,)ý co imaaaoe aa-f-he ' ae atl,·ii Eobtier heat splP mod W tstof f a p~ron t fo tiE-. p w bewoUdr~ 5~is e pAtsssOepstbi' a arsptet1s, Sf5 olosi so~vq*son"s eslsoe }a York lerybysW opepedd bIaistedpe shean ed The Fee ' tith toa eass o s~grlso ahs of thep "* night. h7s. 2rbeat*8 In M S h~tti?ýa P. tyilaetf -y:: xr.= eataol'~i ~ T~Br~i ~ 1 i~i'·a *e4+ r ' ,and that St at~bii~ieapok nn s ills si the ~ of%<peo l eilg y, S ,n tý $ oleb tb Pelt Me!ll Gazette wing -d e sosei bA *: "~ s numbered by the dozen, and their woros by the half h6adred. tBa'the only ole of them who brs succeeded habltually in plea " the pI1lid i(ur. lf thenly work M. alfe hs waritten lfe, as liveand, which'"i r the last twenay l e tbeen resorted' to ea maltter of course whenever the hmnager of dan Egllaheopera com ipua'n bedh faoundbhlpself in a dfltcl and has had LbTgatcl n sore well tetie attraction, is the 1B. kntit l ir. We hs witfe sve een Ejslesh l tdedeo the arknowledged basks of Mr. etsAd the *"Bohemian oGir, and to certain iLtgld tasdlme it hoseacceeded, (as .l rridnregime, for Instane,) . pje r&itheut the aid of eoiter er. ne.i ft t. e late Mr. Wallace, who, next to r, . _ or moat popular composer, re dlessnd eussiit oure. j r. 4 nlti.d. esg goi g to play in Dhiblin. The, qoreiaerVqrdi and his wife have jost le Pasith euteret , inathe Pyrennes. St Agaula nays that "ted Save the c I ib o1l Brwio s national 'air that has l ise lcenyturyese dr. a·id'llcri e it rleeittheWe dre to open the StNayina t Theater, in London, on the let of Ocntob. lith a play cailed "The Overland c mi a mongrel and mlniattb tconventlo n In Pbladlphi ice now petfbning this play in theNorter States, and with no great pucceas either. Deaom rylat is starring in Buffalo. . a beew-photographed by'Gurney. 1 . BMthat annpublished play by Beau dslcovered by M.' E. Fournier 'ih t of ol.d uanuderipts in London,. acid pur icyhrln'er 500franca;, is about to be pro0 Sud. pite Thes o Ftqincaine . lMrs! John Wood will open at the Princesa's Teastet, Lo~cdn, in about six weeks, appearing ~eomee~wvtlten rfor ers by Mr.'eharles Tom Taylor ho adnewdrama ready, founded on Mrs. HBll's new stery of "The Whiteboy." + crc. auliecault'e last drmca is baptized withothe turious title "Four-legged Fortune," and the action proceeds o .oeitran Derby transactions at San s, whihewill a.tfftoeitly account fo the . rn ldeeiviss frm £o20 to al0 a weekn mbe , from the rect.pt 'ir the 'ayiar kt thiaaer,in London, withoutruning any risk Itla not trce that Jeiny Lind is singing ipubi to retrieve her fortunes. She merely sings for b$.~r poas and she emphatically denies' . bObt ther hcusband being either a spend thrit, a gambler, or dr'anakd. She assures her friends, inwhatever part of the worldtheymay be t..ad].r. Goldsemidt i' a good .smband And kind Tamberllk has passed through Paris on hisway to Italy, to repose 'a, little before he begins an other campaign at St. Petersburg. c F COF 10,X ICA2iN COONVEITION. he" following insa tranaltion of the imperial doeree and the nBw convention between France and Mizo, signed at the capital of the last-men tiones.enpire on July ~h, and published in the eaaiteur of September 13th: uapleon, by the grace of God and the autonal wil, etc. Upon thn report of onr minister secre of erste for resign afirec, we have decreed Bodred eaa"foll wsn: dAiclt1t. A thventlion relating to the assign ue+to14tkPene gov unentrof the natbm uieVlso o senacigond atd Mxicob r On 1eL 3th . 6, .'osaid ponibgtton, Wllise tnorrrau a.nliderig oass ranctt wich Ire s tiv e dlest edtis ezeton'ti om the date of ovembotli.Bs. ( er Oetondt e r igt fthhl ders of lenso ir loant the.epapror ,of the Frensh and his sajhte6tdin.ofeam aer r ofittlc, aiam ethed a bmor+an t tldteO the i m0. n1ectfartlon the ifinancial qullon pending bbtwen their gona 4ueataJ1r e eopq E t io aonltu e - odo the emperei hf the Frenceh-. Al bio.d ..s. eotrhoedinary and pleni- s Ipol ry . Mexio, ete. o EmB iay h epe of Mexico-I. Lois dot arr*oyg. ier'-aeerkmteaXof i tate, etc., who have l adne following€ ec helon: Aaaaeol.e E Tetee.ieayndovedoment grante to c .titeceo eo LnUet-anigtimanteofag .ent ofpohalf eie ternepto t l e ts of tine of the mpire ariaingfr4o "thd~duermettnedf duties: cfii.iopaleh apsdiaelamport and export duties tipi tbjectS*o....t ddfittonal duties of i n a scion and coptra-l ofmnisrcab od lerisoeslan soon as tals eMdd tealtb mB frdn tho ssignment atla all F iforeIn favor of the v en ruo and Mexico BoitWsy Company-an assignment which cannot a Be .xtefded.l Aa the export duties of the custom house on the Pacific coast are already pledged to the extent of tlhroe.ourths the assignment noe made in favor of the French govervment shall be limited to 2. pea Sent. Wuich remains unchonged. Aft . 2. The produce of the asesignment stipula ted in the foregoing artide shall be asplied: 1. T9 the payment of the interest to the sintiog fund and oh altthe obligaitiona arising but of the two 5 luanosntractediu 1804 end 1815 by the Mexican i gAvernment. 2. To the payment of intereso tn the S8eof hreeper cent. uponthesum of21,00,000f., of srd the Mexican government ha aocknowi o4gc`'iyself indebted by virtue of the ronvention of 1Yramar, and of 'all the sms subseqnently ad 'vancad in any, shape from the `French treasury. IThe amountof this liability (crdance,) estimated nose at the' approxinate sum of $250,000,00I., shall be hereafter fixed in definitice manner. In the 9vent of the amounts received being insuffi eient for the full payment of the Sharges above uhn.tionet the rights Of the holders of bonds of 105 IWO loasn andof the French government shall rotaia completely reserved. .oSr. B. The amonunt arising from the nassin noent of obs-half of the produce-of the Mexican tollO. shall fstrea~e~proportionally with the 'aelnehthtion of the receipts, and in case the umenat shjuld exceed the.sum necessary to meet - thp ctBarg speified in artllle 1, tbs exxess shall epd -n rqduston of the capital saum du to da.4.Te qutaU of duties and the made of-1 u at present in force heilnot undergo aymdlpcqtlou.which might have the effect of .lleboneW the :product of the proportion as -~ f the dutneue Snegsed, ibl, h h performed d tn t n f 5me Itextisn tr eprhul 5155 dl dlecsrg dof t ht e I p .os rcaerve o anportio n ss-n~e~g yaalgootent uuw e nen of e elarlea~o- f Suletchsecjlt~ amount ecom'ineh lalfl anta therno om jWta tl ab5rogiS agedaon mu ecptgh. f rd Oe of is he-v I .rpmeto u tlemtef rvenue i t eneeiun leeohlna defoicin yor '1tteh~ihap8ftuvcr l6it: It' ehisuld the oum era G rain utkm the Fr.enh non,.lar pe." , th' tmfi Batt- LnimUtunirprc !t all~if~~ dic dtloS b btfelltelle thp Lengwbopo~ iI~Wag~ns -u.th o s5, g so' ' Vol als o5~..trtbataeriiBomaeinrhl witah hep p otupero~lrofa I unut Fnch,an d man-. cmin foroee at a tle.Os. be fixed byhie ly % e8, - -1The aoaxatlfiao nlgaoalxstiLtr~amar 4pli10 zi ebh;relal~a ls~oo -httr ease. U Ino fat f wkt ti· tisaianipolem ijds n d~atelrPfie~tea~t waers.auowq Ltnis~Yla~. tao J4ar-B. thatfn~u seorebery o aisle far thi de~etof forignatra, eoagdwuie .~ nlemor hasntseni decree. (Pued EspaIS, NPOD goBa. t in 1"yor~~,p~ dl ~ mectlro Uobqbi The fIaurreetlon In Crete. APPEAL} TO TIHE'NiTETD OSTATES London peperestate that the committee of depu ties in Crete have agreed to the following address to the President of the United States: Mr. President-The Greeklesland of Crete, the native'couitry of Jupiter and, Minos, gloriusuin the ancient times and hbppy, uinsgnifioant to-day .aid nhaeppy, siglht before the Chtiatitbn wold undea the heavy yoke ofthe MdIti n. , Takg~t up arms with the rent of Greetq e gthegtorion stroggtle of 1821, in order to gain its lberty,,it 'hass bre, all the. woes of the hist y of tha dedhwhah is ony a of tragedies. fhiu im~ e whiteqed the 'plapns with their bpa dart that neoo'.ear's , trggle And thou d women ed' children calptre ,had been'sold as slaves, even the elder of whom had done their pert the pitiful drama. We had by general good oeartu Oained aelt of the contry of the isd an eon of the trongest fortresses, and we hoped the the time had come forns, like our eekbrothers, the hap y hounrof liberty, but we were sdisap pointed. Our sacrifce not b~eing considered solt cklotawe inst uffer new dispensations. .neiorable policy had delivered'nse anew to the Otteijua yokeflrst inderthe viceroy of Egyptand then under the sultan. Th te thre powers, to or der to soften the injustice, proised us on the 10th ,of FeabrUtary and the 8th, of AugUst, 1830, in the pl'oto'otaof London, at least paternalgonerment and asigned rghth but unfortpnately evewnethse .ittle benefits the government would not grant us. The action of diplomacy was uast and against the ndatore ofthing, andahowed how human work aidthsat of wiseWIen s 'ooA to nought, for from that tinie the,.a ahdshs never been quiet to enjoy the blessibgs of leath. but id always n convul sion,apd sometimes straggles for its onlty desire, itg freedop, and sonietimes for the performance oftbeh pt0mlsestmade in-the prdtocols. In 1830 there wait a' revoltion which was dre.ned n bhtld." ofn 3841 bnother-had the same fate, In I o owe asked the restitution of our rights, and the putting in.execotion hf the Hatti Honaynun, bpt nothing was given'ecept false promises. In 1863'- part of tihepeople,.on acount of the op pre..Eons'and injuetice of the 'goverior, and by their ignorance, fell for a moment into the traps of the Catholic propaigaeda, believing that by thatmetni they.woold gain their liberty. A long task; Mr..Presidaent, woeld be the relating of our -sufferings, in which every right thinking observer mist sympathies. Heavy taxes, and dispropor tioinate to our gains, re-pay in different ways, and no ofthebenellies wlich the subjects of every w governel-kltiagdom obtain do we have. Tri buhaste we have only in name, and justice is a thing. known to us; the government is the arbi trary will-of the governor. Our children, from the lack ot schools, are reared ip the'darkness of ignorance; in no public postion are we adcepted; our evidence beflrethe tribunals has not the mame weight as that of the Ottomans. The evil that the Mussulmans do us is oeldomspunitsed; religions toleration, which is so often isiroclaimed, is pervehted and made vain. We aurselves, from the little means we have, sup port our c ergy, and, with littie exception, our -dchools. Orlanguage, which is the language of the country with Christian and Ottoman-,i.s not accepted at thetribunals, the government collects only the taxeiwithont rendering s sany of the simplest benefits. Such in, in a 'few words, our tondition, the bettering, of which we have aSked many times from our government. This year, it themohbt of May, we asked of the sultan, in the peaceful and respectful way which is fitting,relief from tie heavy loads, eqoal justice, the execution of some governmental reforms of those promined os by-the protocols, and the accomplishment of the publisbed Hstti-Huiayoun, which many times have been promised to the Christians, nothing being given: Unfortaunately, the Sublime Porte thought fit to throw contempt on our. first petitions without ex aifning them, but to insult no, and threaten our chiefs that it'wouldimprison them in the fortresses unless they have written promises never again to make complaint to it, and sent many soldiers and ships in order to injure us. Being in such a des perate condition, we took up arms to nsustain our selves against violence, and maintain with our blood the sacred rights which as reasonable creas tures webhave.the right-to demand. The struggle which we have entered on is great, as we are few and weak. We have before us the colossal power of one of the empires, but we have confidence in our rights, and commend the unequal struggle to the Godwho is the strength of the powers of the old and new world, being ready to sacrifice our selvea tll for this. By origin and religion, by lan guage and tradition, we belong to the Greek race, and our proper place is a part of the kingdom of Greece. Such is the statement of the case. And what does the Ottoman Empire gain by us? Being subject to it we accomplish nothing except continual and periodical disturbances and collis ions; while being united with our mother race, beside the bettering of ourselves we will complete the fullness of that nation which by the absence of its members is made unsound. Mr. President, If injustice in your mother land was set right by the sacred struggle which, through the Divine blessing, was conducted to triumph by the ever to-be-remembered Washington, how is ours jus tidfied? We should be happy if we had only the shadow of the benefits which your country gained in that epoch. Being in such a condition, we, the respectfully ondersigned representatives nf the Cretan Christian people, dare -to ask, Mr. Presi dent, the intercession of the great democracy over which you happily preside, in order that our mut ters may.obtain attention from the cabinets of the great European powers. Blessing the Highest for the prosperity and strength of the glorious democ racy of the United States of America, we tlake the liberty of subscriting ourselves the humble ser oants of your excellency, the representatives of the Cretan people. [Here folluw the signatures.] THE GREATEoT STOCr BREEDISONG ESTABoIx IENT Is THE WORLD.-A Lexington (Ky.) correspond. ent of the Louisville Courier writes as follows: After mailing my report of the sales to-day at Spring Station, I devoted the few intervening hours of the arrival of the up train to a tour of the Woodburn stables and pastures. This magnificent breoding establishment, uneelualed in the old world or new for the purity of its pedigrees and numbers of its equine families by which its vari ous crosses are produced, invites a more thorough examioation, and is worthy of a more extended notice than circumstances permit me to bestow upon it. An estate of about four thousand of open and woodlandpastures, walled with atone, stocked with a stud of three hundred and twenty five head of horses, obtained regardless of ex pense wherever excellence could be discovered, herds of fine cattle and sheep of the choicest breeds, Costly stables and pleasure grounds, and an army of trained riders, stable boys, etc., makes up the tout ensemble of this bobby of a traveled and cultivated gentleman, whose business and pastime anud ambition it isto lavish an immense income inimproving the breeds of his native State. COLLISION ON THE OHIO.-At an early hour Monday a fleet of coal and salt barges, in the Ohio river, near Cincinnati, was struck by a float ing mass of drift-wood with such force as to 'drag out thd posts to which they were fastened, when twentyfive barges of coal, one barge of salt, and two empty salt barges were set adrift. The salt barge was stove and sunk opposite Whitehall, and. six of the coal boats between Cincinnati and Lawrenceburg. As' far as heard from sixteen were recovered. Those saved were landed at various points between Cincinnati' and Aurora. IleVen oT the coal boats belonged to the Hartford City Coal Company, eight to. the Syracuse Coal Company, and the others to parties unknown. Tise salt and barges wore the property of the Ohio River Salt-Company. The coal, salt and barges-Lsixty. thousand. bushels of coal and three thousand barrels of salt-are valued at thirty thousand dollars. A CRITIC IN A CRITICAL COaDITION.-Thy dra matic critic of an Indianapolis journal recerved a 'terrible thrasingb Monday night in the green-room oi the Metropolitan Theater is that city, at the hdts of the juvanenile man of the concern. The actor has an interesting and beautiful daughter, anditis alleged thatithe critic ihsulted her. The little giitl told her mother the mother informed bhe father, who" went into ' the critic on sight, and polished him off in theo haudsomest style of the prise riog.' The critic wais .afterwards ignomi nionsly hicked out by the maunager. It is'aiother illustration of tihe excellent adage that he who in gertial should endeavor to be correct. The critic 'ies llb a critical condition. Ta BosToN. LIiQUO DIALERS.--The Boston Herdtgl'uidy thb lquor'dealers in that city, acting under the advice of counsel, are reagsing to' pay the city taxes. .)s of them, Mr. Samuel Clark, has been aerved with several notices, but openly defies the collectors; and asks to be arrested. The ground of refusal Is that the liquor, which is e as property, is by Massachusette laws de. red toe easauno*. "If this 'is so it osightgto be abated, and st taxed. If It is not a nuisance, hot property, it blight lo bs protected like other property. Mr. Clark intends to tesat the question. Rev. Dr, Farr, of Albany, makes the a request thatt.ie theime sy soon-omb e whlh'W eiamben shall proclaim everywhere throughout the South the inscrotalde wlshesof God without let or hin. dranee. We say amen. If a Northern m ; or r say other man, cad ascertain wlst the inscrutable Ises of Do ei ar let'himn plodlaim them, but be sore to produe tae doeaeeate,--[Kohle r gme, SPECIAL NOTICES. C nerl Cataecrt Caneer t! I ilCaed 6 few hlber without pain Asthma, by an antldote that R.eer fRll; Rheumatism, by the Electic Manetic proces ; Osumptiohr.by a new ayatem, without medicine; all other Chroaei Dieae by special treatment, at the Magnetic In rmry, 4PsWeet Fifth street. The moot distli gJuhbd Mag ,neto Dootreseand Clolryoyant oftthe agsin atl nd .ne. Un exsptionable rloer givee s. Send forCirclar.t PROF. HARVYY, Loek-aboz 98, Olcinnati, Ohio. S-YirMetage' ad Cellbacy; an, RuMy of Warnings and Instruction for Young Men. Also, diseeses ad abuho which prostrate the vital powers with sure means ,lf relltf. "eat hea of charge n sealed letter enaelopes. Ad dria Irs: J, SBILLIN HOUGHTON, Howard Association, tetdpdetpttaty -- iihhan'e PtI t far lbllhll e and Paeer- .itesteetlmonattlalthed to the adveitlenment of thee Pills e from gentlemen hknown throughout the whOle ountry. Thela vereoly anenot be qutatitone, ad iplace the merits of the medlclie at onhs beyond doubt and recommends it to pop tlarfeor. See'the adverisement. o--A New d Great eeh in edicine. Dr. Maggio it the founderl . a new Medical BSyteml The quaptltariane, whose vast internal daes enafeibl the stq'meih ad paralyse the bowels, mnst give precedence tlothenn who retore health and appetite with fom one te twthof hs eatreedley Pills, and cure the most viruMent eredewith a bh or so or his wonderftl and a·I.halig BSalve TheeMtwogreat epeitae of the DoteOs are fast aup6heeding ll theteatypnedi ms of theday. Extreardlharyuare by Maggel's P0is and Salvehive opeed the eyes of thlpeb l1eolhie intcdeasy hf the (s caled) remedies of others, and apoa whih peoplehave so long blfadly depended. esggita's Pllsee m ot ofthe o .as thttam swallowed by the deaen, tad Swhich every bo fll taken meates n absolute neeeltyfor another. One or two. of Maggal' Pills a.fie to place the boals l perfect order, tone the stomach, create an appetit atndreder the spirits light and deoyant. There is no griplng and o reaction in the form ef nstipation. If the liver i aeeted, its mncotios am emtoied; ane if the nervous system tsltebl, it Is inigorated. This last quality makes the Med lJntverydeaiablelfotthewbant of deicate female. Ultec os and eruptive dlesea are litellcy extinguished by the dlt. infaetant power of Mdggiel's SalvS In: fact, is here an. noedced that Mggied Btiicous, Dispeptic and Diarrhea Pills emre whece all thers fll. Wkile for Burns, Scalds, Chil. blai, Out, andallabrasions of the shia, MagglePs Salve l IMnfable Sold y Jl. Mai el, i1 Pine street, New York, an allDeaglest, at cents per box. BARNES, WARD & CO., Agete, New Orleans. Mrs. Winalow'es Mystle Pills are pre. aed only for alegthimate purp.e, at re the only t e and effeative a tdine for females extant. Do not trie with your helth, aean d dangerons aedeloeawhich drugglts haa he bought, and will recommend, betng ignorant ofther properties. They me acertabt en e for all those painful and dangerous loerdaeh to whichthe female constituton Is subject. They ede'etalUexcessa ndremovea ll obstrutionas; they tnvg oratd the tebhlitatdd and delicate, and, by regalating and teegthealng the system, the he of health is restored to the cheekh, weakees of thppine and limbs relieved, and all the Indi.ettms of nervos abhlltyxemove maiden, wie or motherwhouldbewitheatthem. decthetm-anse acorngto adrecdlon, and be conavinad that theyaethde Ldy's Friend. Ask for MmR WINSLOW8 MYSTIC PILLS. Take none other. Price $2 perbox, r theeboxesfor$6. Por ae by ahlldrugglists. J. GONEGAL, Wnolseale Agent for the South, 20 St. Charles street, N. O. - The Qeeasl The Queeai--The Queen OF HAIR RESTORERS I-Mrs. Winslow's Queen Hair Be. sore. l queennaoteonly in name, but in virtues. It is teh bet Halr estorver offered to the public. A flaltlble restorer and preserer of the hair if faithfully tpplled. It s no hatr dye. It sets dirhtlyhupon the roots of the hair, changfng gray hair to it ormginal life color ; arresting premature decay ant allangout ofthe hair; eradlcating esurf and dandrun, and c.ring all humors of the scalp. It will change dry and wiry hair to soft and luxuriant it impate a delightful fragrance to the hair. In short, if you wish to restore your hahr, as in youth, and ntett It through life, use ERS. WINSLOW'S QUEEN HAIR RESTOBER. Priee$ per bottle. ;ol by aS druggists. J. GONEGEL, Ganeral Agent, 20 t. Charlne street, N. O. -- ately, Steadlly, 9seeeafallo , Smolan. der' Extractof Buckt i curing every cue of Kidey DSleees, t hematism, Gravel, Urinary Disorders, Weaknese and Pas intheBack, Female Complaints and Troubles arising from teteme of any kind, Comeye aRletedl Try mola ndee'--Tke no other Bahnl ioldby allapothetrlee. Prcea, $1. D. Brdeas A Co., New tk and Barnes, Ward & Oc, New Orleans, Southern t genta SreeI.h A Bogers, Wholesale Druggsts, Boston, Mss., geae - Colgatea's Honey Soap-This celebrated iollet Soap,h stach universal demand, Il made from the tholoaet materials, sa mild and emollent ln its nature, fher antly scented, ad extremely benescil llts action upon the ak. For aleyall drggists and fancy gods ddealer,. PIANOS--SEWING MACHINES. IMPORTEFS AND DEALERS IPLEYEL PIANOS, AND .EC na rOR Le "99AN g aON., CELEBRATED CYCLOID PIANOS, OS Camp Street, tear PoNydrs, New Orlean.. Constantly on hand a select stckt of Pianos of Northern an. European manufacture, Piano Stools, Covers. Strigs, etc. Pianos toned-aod repaired. Second hand Pianos bought or takel in exchbnge for ne.a PeauoS r rent. F . . LIGH RTE eN CO., [Late Ltghte, Newton & Bradbrys,I Manufaeturero of First Clat s Plano.Fortes. Highest Premium at the American Wor d's PFar and Eohibi tion of the industry of all ations. Thlswell-knownestablbshmel t is now contlnued by F. C. LIGHTE and LOUIS ERNST, atthe sold stand, iD Broome street, between Crosby and Elm, New York City. A. E. BLACKMAE- RUSIO PUBLISHER, PIANO MANUFAOTURER, AND IMPORTER O r Muteat tMerchandile, 167 CANIL STREET, (NEAR DAUPHINE,} N.ew Oreans. Wiholestle Depot of the Blacnk'er Upirght Planes; R. lanne's (Late Nune Clark's); Guild o Co.'s; We. Knobe l Oo.', aud other orst class Pianos; Prince & Co. orgens and Melodeon. all of rwhih are sold to Dealers an 8cheOl aiet ftory wholesale rate NEW YORK. CIGAR MANUFACTORY. D. HIRSCH & C., 17. Water street, New York. IM THE DAILY NEW ORLEANS CRESCENT KEPT ON FILE. A PHYSIOLOGICAL VIEW OF MARRIAGE, Containnglnearly 90 pagn, and 1M0 fine Plates and En gravinge of the Anstomy of the Human Organs in a stcte of Health and Disease, with a treatts on Early Errors, its De plorableonsequences upon the Mind and Body, with the An thor's Plan of Treatment--the only rational and seucessful modeof cre, as shown by the retort of cae.s treated. A truthhl adviser to the married, and those contemptlntig mar riage, who entertain doubts of their physical condition. Sent free of postage to any address,'on receipt of 25 cents in etamps or postage crrency, by addressing OR. LA CROIX, No. 1 Meldi.n Lat, Albany, N.Y. Tbhebtheor may be onsolted upon any oI the dlsetset upoe which his boobk treats, either personally or by mail, and medt" alnes sent to neypart of the world. LIVERY STABLES. CRESCENT STABLES De JOSEPH ELLIOTT, PaormEtTOS, Mlland ...... BARONNE STREET..... . O and . Heng rearsed from Col. James Nelligm n his Stablee, Nos .and 62 Ba.onne street. between Common . and . ravie trsete I take plesure to cotify cy frilnls and the paubic gntMslly, that I am preparedto receive ou Livery tlorses and Mpsk a an Hgef ad Carrls of all descriptions, having the FINiS, A.ND COOLEST STAELES IN THE SOVTY: conteleg120 ,Stalls and the'best Carriige Room In thb city. Also, g jtt receivedo a stable of Fast Horseeeend New ses for tlealvea Also, r fe ring to exercise horses in the btade. Al sck hores at tended to ree olof hbirge. JOSEPH ELLIOTT, Proprietor. So. 1 GRAVIES STEER, NEW ORLEANS. 1ao5 XTE Tox LIVERY. A F r IbLlr JE mWvin T~nsiw nm a HOOFLAND'S BITTERS. AN ENTEIBERTIS QUESITION. Whtclaaof people ill be most suscetible to attacks from ChObolers Evidntly those affeoted with any disease of the stomach, liver, ray of tte ogaeS appertaining to digsetion. Thie class of pearons undoobtedlywlli be more liable to contract thie deane than thme poseeed of strong and healthy dgestivb Thegm tlon then naturally cries, how shall we restore andkeep hee organ n s bhealthy and normal conditiogt We answer, by attentlon to diet, avoidineg all nundne seitce ment, ouing moderate ecritrcs, volding ai lutobictltg drinks, no matter in what fIrm presented, and by the see, eacording to directions, of that great strengthening tonic, HOOFLAND's GERMAN BITTERS. PREPARED BY DR. C. M. JACKSON, PHILADELPHIA. This Bitters is a compound of fluidextracts. The roots sad herbs from which it is made ae gathered In Germaly, and their virtues, in the form of extracts, extracted by one of the most scientifochembnat and phareaceatiste this country aorde. Itie Not a Llgnor Preparation. In any sense of the word; contains no whisky, rnm, or any other intoxicating ingredieant, and can be freely used in fam ilies without any fear or rite oethose ueng it contracting the disease or vice of intemperance. We wish this fact distinctly understood, as many are apt to confound this Bitters with the many others beforethe public prepared from liquor of some kind. During the CHOLERA SEASON OF 1840, Thii Biters was extenairely need throughout the entire counntry AS A PRR ENTIVE, Ad we have not heard of a single instance in which this Bitters was used, where the persons suffered from any of the symptoms of Cholera THE GREAT STRENGTHENING TONIC, MOOFLAND's GeiRMAN BITTERS, WILL CURBE DEBILITY DEBILITY! RESULTING FROM ANY CAUSE WHATEVER. Proetratlon of the rSytem, n.d6aed by SEVERE HARDSHIPS, EXPOSURE, FEVERS, on DISEASES OF CAMP LIFE. SOLDIERS, CITIZENS, MALE OR FEMALE, ADULT OR YOUTH, Will find thie Bitters a pure Tonic, not dependent on bad liquors for their almost mhiacutonu effect. This Bitters will cure the most severe cases of DYSPEPSIA, And DIseases Resltlng from DIsorders of the Digestive Organs. - And is the only Sure, Certain and Safe Remedy for LIVER COMPLAINTS. All are o or less affected during the npring and fell with torpidityof that important organ of digestion, theLiver. This Bitters, without containing any preparation of lMercury, or by puring, actspowerfully on th.le organ, excites it to a healthy and lively aection, and gives a tone to the whole sys. tem; heonc, Health, Energy and Strength, Take tho place of Sickoess, Debility and Lassitude. HOOFLARI,'S GERMAhN BITTERS Will Can Every o ae'.of CHRONIC OR NERVOUS DEBILITY, Diseases of the KIdneys, --and- DISEASES ARISING FROM A DISORDERED STOMACH OBSERVE THE FOLLOWING SYMPTOMS, RESULTING from Disorders of the Digestive Organs: Constipation, Inward Piles, Fullness of Blood to the Head, Aeidity of the Stomach, Nausea, Heartburn, Disgust for Food, Fullnss or Weight in the Stomach, Sour Ero sations, Sinking or Fluttering at the Pit or the Stomach, Swimming sf the Head, Hu.r tled ad Difficult Breathing, Fluttering at the Heart, Choking or Ssffocst ing Sensations when in a lying posture, Dimness of Vision, Dots or Webs before the Sight, Fever alna Dull Pain in the Head, Deicency of Per spiration, Yellowness of the Skin and Eyes, Paln in the Side, Back, Chest, Limbs, etc., Sudden Flushes of Heat, Burning in the Flesh, Constant Imaginings of Evil, and Great Depression of Spirit. We hs e hsts of teitimonual, from all partsf 1 the co n try butspace will liow of the publication of ,ut a few ,, them; hence weslect those of well known perl,, whosei Iutelliygeu e and discrimination are beynd d,ubt, and we WIII Pay 61000 to any one producing a certificate published by us that is not genuinl. RECOMMENDATIONS. [From Hlon. James Thompson, Jdage of the Supreme Court of I'ennylvlasi.] PsiiiILad ELnsl* I April 29. 1966. I conrldr" Hoofiaad's German Bitter6's" a llunble eed ieine nIcaseof attacks of Indigestion or Dyspepsia. I can certify tlisl from my experiece of it. Youra with respect, JAMES TIIOMPSON. [From A. McMakin, Esq., SNw York, No. 1M Broadway, Marssl 29, 1866.] DEAR SI--I take great pleasure in tsstifying to the extra ordinary remedial qualities of tile Hoofland's erman Bitters, procured st your establishment. A member of the family has been many years a perfect mar. Iyr to Dyspepsia, Palpitation of the Heart, td other distress. ing osprings of torpid livser, until persladed to try the above celebrated remedy, which. In a few weeks, resulted in making her (to use her own word) " a new woman." You are at liberty to make any ase of tIhs you see it or refer similar sufferer to Yours truly, S A. MbMAKIN. [From John B. Wickersham, Esq, firm of Wickersham & Hutelbnson, the celebrsltel ManufaCturers of Fancy Iron Works, No. 259 Canal streel ] 1 am the recipient from you of one of tLie greatest favors 1 that can be confsrred upon man, vi: that of heailth. Far many years habe I sulliffered from one of the moat anlhoyiag snd deblIitssins s lalnsls that thes ssuman family can beI a115icted wlth--csronbls dlsrrhsb During the .long time I was suffering from thsis disease, I was attended by regular hlysielans giivin me hat temporaryy relief. The bause eemeoto romsin until'i wsl iylueed to try ooflasnd's German BItters. After tle use ,f s few bottles of that valuato medicine, tie comphlit seesned t e corn pltely eradicated I often inwairdly tlank yll for such a sluable specifl, and wIl.eu... II he Ilyl. pportnlliy, 5cher-. fully recomaend Is, wit lull csfidIC ill its reliability Yourstuly, JOHN S. rICulEii ILfI New York, Fsib. 2, 186k [From the RIII Levi s G. Bi.k Pastor ,, l ts e B, .t Chlrh., I Pl'Ihsrtln, N. .., fsrtnerly ofs the Norbh Balsyit C.lurch PhIilbdelphl . at preeeat I'Pstor of the a,tist Churcl,, hs ster, Pa.0 I have knownbIooIand's Geirm Bitterse fs or. irs,l a numhl.r of yeahr. lhNava "sel them Illls y alls family, an hb IreeenssIpleayed iti, thleirfiects tlsat I 51, isd, ed t, plrtny i in s a sirkinsy byeefleial mianer s take irs t Iattenotio of thle aflictedl with tbe diiesys f,,r whibh tlhy are resosues ed, tItlleo, Ritter:, ksly, in,,, fr5im perisnra that iy eolsmmendsti, wili bso sustised. 1 do, t mt te cheerfullIy as IHonflad's litters is intended to beefisl Ise alliicted, 1ndi1 "not ia ra 1 drink." Youratrsly, LEVI O. BECK. Be Sure you Get the Gennie.s Prepared ,y Dr. C. M. JACKSON, Philadelphia, with his signature on the wrapper and hIis nsme blown in tlhe bottle. There are counterfeits in the market. Prlce-Sl-nae bottle 61, or l hS lfdozen for ,S. b houldyor nearest Drulggist not have the article,. dsot he put off by any of the Intoxlaictinlg psreparations that say bs offered in Its place, but send to d , We will forwars,. securelypackesd, by expras PRINCIPAL OFFICE AND MANUFACTORY, No. 6S1! Anch street, Phllsdlelphtsa, Pen. , CHA9. M, EVANS,' PRoprtetor, (Formerly 0. M. JACKSON CO.) N Was .S by 86 fggtta ad Dela l in a.y tos in the Narm'Ors WA a., sta a Aew Otdatni, Agents ' SVCHlOOiS--YOUNG LADIES. SELECT S FR00L FOR YOUNG I*ADIei SEF the lebraw faith at 173 and 175 Wet Tlrty-nloth street, between Seventh and Eighth avenues, No, York. To the Israetltes of Ltoulal nas YO. RHENRY SIMONS hLavie been requested by many of her Southern and Western r ends (whose childreu have been educatel at the Institute) to nake known her Scbool. antnoun te to them that she receives pupils frel the ages o seven to sixtee The puplst a acquire theEnglsh, ren h German and Hebrew negeges thoroughlty.d MR l eY d Sering taught ye able pre eore. Sewtng and Embroidery made an e opecmal ti n. Daneeig ud ym ctto eorug e taught dunl the o winter meuona T e pupils at tenalU the Institute will nd iit homee n eevery respect, and ever care l hb taoenith tleir moad l nd ielPgious tratondlng. upylleeean enter the enstitute at dany tie. For POrctulars apply d a.bWve. MOUDT ' AWUBVAN YOUNG LADIES' INSTITUTE. ThIs Snherl hjt aconttoded es Tr.eth r ee,. Its hicatet has beene oe of proSpeti end greeth from tehe coniesh meet. The Ltaet ts yer. theedaly p aerage Oatteda.eo has been more thee te, hundred, and many hee beepn raefed ndmltteur e or wante t ccmmodntlon. A New BuilIng Ile new elder cntate to he reedy for oeeptancy at the Topeleg of the Fall SeGist In eoptemmbe, and itle hoped that heceeher ill can be ireoeied ee p eupis dhe apply. The Llbrayg Apparotus aeed Caeblnet Ace rMceltegyeeely, eelueble addtttons; endthe pdrpoee Om kept teadily In vee, to faeih ecery tecibey for a thorough TheFaeceltyeeoneteti of four male and eteen feemtl teaeh. ere; all expecteeced instructors in their secerac depetmetnte Trhe geo te billy greded from the Peeparatory depart meet, through the enlire course of Aademtlca and Clseei eel studies For Particulase and catalogues, addrese I. H. WHITE t5 West Fourth street. CincinatiL .0. ST. CHARBLES INSTITUTE BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADIES, 104 Boulrbon treet, Gpposite the Opera HOuse. Mme. Mcb heer to announee that her Institute will open for the elesion of l66-, on MONDAY, Septlember 3d, 186, hbe, she hopes to tee that prompt returll of her pupls ', In. dispenseble to theirbreeping tile mllIadventaged u theletures cnl tustruct[ons designed for them. The dvatalges ctfforded by the Institute for the acquisition of a proficient cqulcntacoe with both the French tnd English Languagee are well known, and Mine. Mae has neglected othinteg that can secre as heretoflore, the most accomplished Freceptore in the vtrious branches of Knowledge. Prospectuses may be procured et the Institute, 104I Bourbon street, opp.site the Opera oolse. TH] BHURLERB FEMALE MILINARM BATON ROUGE, Ocplts e Large and Ceommedleoue Manlon, with Ample and Secluded Grounde. Thorough inteructlon in ENGLISH, LATIN and MODEEN LANGUAGES, MUSICe , EMBROIDERY, DRAWING, Bte., together with cheerfel dometle manageementc , mere and pelts culture, are oered and ahroed. TERMS-.St peen month; 0I in dtvatee; Reel, esd Orne mentaleusate. PUpile frmish tRette articles and bed elothtig. Add,.r BEn. J. E. 0. DOERMES, 0.0c· S ELECT BOARDIXN AND DAY SCHOOL FOE YOUNG LADIES. Mrs.J. L BRAND, hageleteeed foc number ofe years a eligibly situated and ptetee.reidence,bse leave to announce herintention o reopenlne her les.ese next auemm Circlars will be letsed Ilater meanwhile parents deserous o placing their daughtere under ebar charge will please addres berh hrough the oce of the Creement. BROKERS,NOTARIES, AGENCY WALTER V. CROUCI, GENERAL BROKER AND AGENT, No. 43 Natcheb street. up ltairs. J. DREU- TAX AND COLLECTING AGENCY, OPPOSITE THE COURTHOUSE, CRRnnoLLro , LOCUslA., Will attend to the payment of Taxes in the parish of Jefer. on, audto the redemption of property forfeited for Taxes, either totheState or Corporations of the Parich; the tracing and examining of Titles, procrincg Certificates of Mortgage. recording and registering Acts, etc., etc. Will also give par. ticular attention to the sale of Real Estate, and collection o Rents. Orders left at Messrs,. VOISON a DROUET'S, No. 122 Caraodelet street, New Orleans, promptly attended to. JOHN BENDERNAGEL a C. O. DlOWE NOTARIES PUBLIC, Commisaloners of Deeds, Etc., For the8tates of New York, Alacama, MlslcpIIpl, Kentucky, Tennessee, Missori, Florida, llinois, N. Hamphlre, Rhode IIand. Ioae, N. CaroUnl, Wiscosin, Michigan, Kansas, Clloria, Etc. No. R6 Carondelet Street, UP STAIRS. LAND AND COLLECTING OFFICE --t+'r- SUMIIIT, PIKE COUNTY, MISSISSIPI W. H. GARLAND A SON, OHve opncld ac office in Summit, on t:e N. O. JO. O N. R. R, Mi,,.. for thie a.ijnsll Me and colictclc of debts, andi for the purichase of Leads. i'er.e havlg lilcaude Pcr c acl, would doweall to l'urnih n writha idecriptin of their Leands. We makLe no chargc nnlen we efect alen. RUlerences--on I. L. Sharley, and Hlon. Wc. Yerger Jackson, MI,.: Hon. Harry T. ys Mcr. Sumpter Trner, ancd Mr. Johin Coleman, New Orleans; Mecr-. Backeiatow A Pope, NewYorkc Hon" . K11. H. StGart, Stlantou, Va. Hon . M. GiarlandAmhort, Va.: . ou. DS. .ii Ree, Laport, Ind.: Jlewrs. lley b io.., PYhlI.dcllhia. GENERAL MEROCANDISE SBONKER S o ComA Ionte Otreet, New Ocreas The patronage oihles !lecnds rccpececllp seciciccd. Reicrencc-The Old Mccchantc generally. WILLIAM HR. LITIDO, Allordcerlft ct A. E. BLACKMARuS, No. 167 Canal street will be promptly attended to. BURKE. CLARK & TREPAONRIE- FGEO. McDUFFIE BURKE, formerly Jno. M. Breg A Bt. ROBERT CLARK, late Clark A Seat, F. O. TREPa. NIER, formerly Putnam a Co.l General Merchand Nde roker., No. 2S Bank Place, New Orleans. N. B.--Partlcalcr attention giveno the sale of Provleion c Ragging, Guenny Bag, Rope, Cboffee.. ar, Salt, Liquors, e c FIREPROOF SAFES. FIRE PROOF AFEFIRE PROOF SAFESBI Marvln's Patent, New TYork. Acum and Dry Paster, Fire, Burglar and Damp Proof SAFES. The superlioity of these Safes is almost universally acknowl edged, they ar the only kind that never lose their proof qualities. Forealebp H LEGENDRE, Agent, Safes remoed cat short otiee. 142 Grevier dtre, THE GREAT AMERICAN¢ SAFES. TEN YEARS AHEAD OF ALL OTHERS. MADE OF HECVIER WROUGHT IRON-THICKEK FIRE-PROOF FILLTING-WEIGHS 5) 5 CENT. MORE. EleNo.tiyc ,d, nd niitihed. Cot cn more thman the od ciyle. Yo sea tlhiem everywhere. --Ailep SPLENDTD HOUSE GAFES, Fiir tIhe se li.eplng of Jewllry Platc, et. Ellegantly made' with Marble Ti1,, etc, corn~ mentail i well as useful. Sold by JuI1N W NO2SRIS i CO., 52 Canal ct[eot, New Orleans, Acent c for the South LTNDEH.TA½SERS. UNDERTAKE $...........UNDERTAKER. JAMES J. CLOAC, No. 41 RatmpareIt Street, Beltween Common and lnal c reets, First Dilstrict, Is prepared to furnisih CPiNpSd and O1BARSE, cth blacki or whllit Trimmings, c ilis. iti Plucms. From his long expariese and prctical kowl edge lie hopes to share a peorii of the patronage of tbhse eed c Ag his services R. CONDON., UNDERTAKER. 4l IMsrazeelne Street, corner Delord. cetll.e Bral Cases and Csket@ (fll gi8 and 84t8n lined) Aso, Mahsoang. Black Walnut and PFItn Gene, and Ztnk caecra oies di.inter ed and carll) ehi ped. 'All erd.r promptly attended to. -OARRIAGIE TO HIREA RINSLOW a PHILLIPS. UNDESTAKERS AND EMBALMERS, No. DEampr.S Dtiret, (Itie Cc,I Stwt OEaommonende S4 Gravl~b",r 0··Im lY . ----!~ --ia ..m I sCHiOOL.--FOt i1(OYfS. B UENA VISTA ENGLISH --Ann CLASSICAL SCHOOL. "Haing returned (ater an absence of three years) to my former home, in the immediate vicinity of Franklin, Tu.n., I willopen oS MONDAY, the 10thof leptembdr next, an B.a glish and Clsssical School, for the setusaton of Blys. Thelocality of this Institution is ddightful, eembiuing all the advantages of town and country. The grounds are ample andj begain beautified and adorned with ornamental trees ad shrubbery. The buildlsg s large and wll ventilated, and admirably adapted for School purposes. The house.he been recently furnished from cellar to garret, and is now being repsinted, repspered, renleaseed and repurlfed, so that no locality In the nhole country will he more heslthful. The discipline of the School will be mild and parental, but rts and decided, and oeery effort will be m4de to developthe physical, Intellectual sad moral fecultles of the pepil. The Principl of the School is prepared to board ten or Twelve Terms oer esslon of Five Months: Tuition n Primary Department ........................$ Higchr BranchesofMathematics andClasse, each etra 00 Board per month, inluding fuel and lights............ 00 Contngent fee ........................................ Waslhing at laundress' prices. JAMES McNUTT, Principal. Refereces from Tennessee--Col. Joe. Mciavock, Gen. M. F. DeGtafforeld, CoL W ON. Perkins, B. II. Bradley, Esq., Col. W. B. McLemore, J. B. McEwen, Req., Col. John L. Ihonse, Rev. A. N. Cunningham, D. D., Rev. Francis If. Das, Dr. John S, Park. John Carter, Esq., R. M. Ewing, Ray. Judge P. G. S. Perkins, J. W. Neely, Robt. P. Moss, Befersenes rom Virginia-Hon, Aedrew S. Felon, Dr. R. W.Sadme, Gen. Wm. Terry, C. S. A., Randal MeCavock, leq.1 BuM . R. Crockett, Esq., Thomas Wood, Eeq. Rev. B. .Lasey, J. C. Graham, C. C. Tate. Stephen McGavock, Rev. imn.u M. Wherry, Wythe county; Gen. James A. Wallkr, Dr. EdwhU. Wasson, J. B. Alexander, Esq, Rev. Danl. B. Sring, Jams M. Clyd, E.q., Pulaski county. KENTIUCY UNIVEESBITY ASHLAND, The home of Henry Clay atd Trasylvanit Universeitr with 450 acres tel clegant grounds, and a large nmberof bulding., the sites ol the vroeeue ecoleges. The location delightul ,heallhful, and In the addst of the most refined and intelligent society. Endowment, 5100,OW. ReI Estte, $200,009. A Corps of more than Twent Instrnuctors, NOW IN OPERATION : .L COLLEGE OF ARTS, Nine Professors, Robert Graham, A. M.. Preeldent. II. AGRICULTURAL AND MECIIANICAL COLLEGE of Kentucky, Elevee Professoers, Je. Aug. Williams,. A. M.. 'resideit. III. COLLEGE OF THE BIBLE, Three Professors, & Millegen, Presidelt. IV. COLLEGE PO LAW,Three Professors, M. C. Jehn on L. I.. D. Pesident, s. COMMERCIAL DEPAIRTMENT, with thorough basei uess Instruction. NuSbere Shtudent Ist session. 300. Tition and Fees, 35per annum. Good Boarding, $3 0tSto$ 5 per week Setlen beins let t Ol ctober or Cgatalogues and further information, address J. B.i OWM. A. AeTtNL. MNAZARETH ACADElMYl NEAR BARDS. TOWN KY.--This institution, so favorablyknown to the people of ithe vailey of the Miesissippi, begins its efte .e.ted se.see ... oNG AY l ofSeptemer. . . ing to obtain a prospectus, er more partimaer information in regard to the Aademy, may do so by l pelivee to d Corner Camp and Natche s.treets, New Orleans. LAVENDER'S COLLEGE N. E. CORNER RAMPI'ART AND BIENVILLE. Mr. LAVENDER reepectftily asnnonces to hbi friend, and the phubllc that the repairs in the College not being completed, he shall be obiged to postpone the re-opeling ol the Clt ise and the admlenion of Boarders te WEDNESDAY, the 5th of Oepleibter. Parents are invited to, inspect the well ventilated C:ai.se Rooms and Dormitories. For terms and l'rospeetuoe apply at Colege from i12 . to I P, , and frf, m 4 to 5 P. Y. UNIVEIRSITY OF VI.OINIA-- The neet Session will begln on the let dsy of October, 1366, andd on the 2th of J ne, 186. A Professor of Latin and a Seeond Professor of Law wll be appointed on the lth of Augtat, when the organization of a the Departments of Insteuction-Acadeemi, Law and Medi. eal-will be fully re-asablished on the same enlarged basi ae before the war. The entire expenses of the Academic Student, exclusive of text books, clothing and pocket money, amount to .3.0 is curreecy, per session of nine months; of the Law Steudet, to $365, and of the Medical Student. to $6395. For catalogue, giving detals, or for special informeatio address 8, MAUPIN, Chairman of the Facuety. Posteofce-Uneiversty of Viegils, WASHINGTON COLLEGE, LEXINGTON, VIPORGINI. Faculty r $22. ROBERT E. LEE, President. CARTER J. EARIS. YProfessor of Latin. JAMES J. WHIITE, P'rofesor of Greek. ED. S. JOYNES, A. M., Professor Modem Lac.gages and EngUlIh. 1To heapp ted-Professor of Moral Philosophy) A. L. NELSON, A. ., l'rofesr of athematclr,.. W.L ALLAN, A M., Profesor Applied Mlatbemtc1. R. H. 2McI:ULLOIH, A. M, Prn2e1or Natural P1hiloophy. JOHN L. 'AMSPBELL, A. I 0.. Pfsor Chemistry. JOHN W BI)CKIAHHOUGH L, IL. D.., ProfessorLaw. HARRY E.' ILL, A. OM., AsMeIAnt Plrofesor MtEnmatics. C. POWELL GRHDA, A. M., Assistant P,lfessor Latin. (o bA appu0neld--ri stant Proaeessor ef Gretd. A Prepnaratory Course has been instituted. In which Stodenta unprepared (fr hoe n gd arnc1 s r ( m h receivs intirnetlar In ncensary brIeches. The Seaseson ,egn, 2, T2 LRSD t 1A (13th SEPTEIBE E and ends last Thursday in June. T6a2t -Tlition, d all other Collaege fee ................$100 Ali O ,thr kxpen6ea, ienluding Boardh, Feal, ghts,. etc., ueo not exceed $ 280. Fncor frter itulration or our italoes address thae Faculty of n t2,inAgt,,I t :, .l2e, 1r e antlnanl, \irhnl f l M)OLDIBE A COMM. ECIAXL C.OLLEGE 01CO2EB0 'iAI. AN'D COMMON STS., paelt ,,n and E121n22 "Storl Brolldn g", ID..WtraElty 22 a16a2un 110r eight C 110 ProAessorIo . It will founded l i. :2, eand . cllarterel by the State. Itsformer 2tu. dentmay be found as Principals or Bqok-ieeper.. n a large portlonof the old h112s1 of this city, and nver the Southern lState. Ladle, or Gentlemen can attend the COMMERCIAL COURSE, or Boek-keeping, Penmanship, Mathematicl, En2. 1ah, French or panhh11. A business education that e2able1 one to earn $2000 or $30 annually, is the best foauine parents can givehthir aue2. We h1ve ample arrangoments for 0Iw 62udetst. Ladies and Gentlemen are invited to call. RUFUS DOLBEAR. President. ALHEXT LYON'S SCHOOL FOR BOYS OHICATAWA, PIKE oo., II. Now 0rleans and. Jllbson Ra1lroad. ODAulY r may be obtained o2 appllstlion to RORERT PIT Iw, Esq.a, 16 and 15 Camp street,. NOw 0rlean MEDICAL COLLEGES. NTEW ORLEANS SCHOOL OF MEDICINE SESSION OF 186-67. D. WARREN SRICKELL, M.1D., Pro1essor of Obstetrics and Diseases of Womel, etc. HOWARD SITH, Mi, D., Professor of Mterio Medicn. I. L. CRAUWCOUR Rl. D., Professor of Pr1uciples gad Prac tice of Adicine.. IIENRY F. LCAM PBELL h. D.. Prfessor of SurgLery. ALFRED C. HOLT, i. i., Professor of Clinica M1ad cue. A. E. I'ETICOLAS, M. D., IProfssr of Anatomy. J. D. B01UN0 , \,. D., I'rofe1sorof Physiology aIl Pathology. FRP.ANK IAWTIIORN . D, Protes,,sor of3Iedical Che012 try, Toxieih,,,- an1d Legal 0edi2ine. WM. S. MIT'IfELL, M. D.. Adjunct1 P1roeser of Anatlmy and Special L6ecturery1n Opth0lmic Sugery and Diseases o tthe EA. JOB. HULT+' I. D., Assisitlt to the Cllhar or Ohstetric-. A.1. . PEIOItY \i. 0 n 1,1 FR0EDEIt:CK LOEBER, ]I. D., L. H CIIlN, J. . . .aistaut to 1th Chair ,, Cbea1ts 'Elelts Flventh Annual G,,,e ,f Lectur, in this fnstttitiu lnlh ll, Octlber lIth, witlllout ellre to studeunt. The S ,ed. 715 L" ,0. . 1-,,11,1 I, r r the Iha.. l the S1. 0. Ah t n.n,,,A RllId Al6r,11 ity h itF N Iospit , ud their I'EiS: Ti 0 t,1 of a! tbe 1,'rol' ., 1, .....................$ t11 Mat ricul. tion: i ........ ........................ 5 P1racical Asatl lv........ .............. 10 Dip,1,'. ' ........... .......... ....... ...... 3J FiiymAt re1qmrbd i11, dl2 , 12 6 D. \Ay,21EN BRI$, KI, LL, M. D., Dean of the Fraltiy. NOTICES TTO TAX PAYERSS NOTICE To STATE TSX P,&YERS- OFFICE BOARD OF STATE ASSESSORS--The State Assessment Rolls of the City of New Orleans, for the rear 1866, are now completed, and will be opened for inspection on MIONDAY, October tat, and wlll so remain during Thirty Daysl, at tlhe office of thle Board, No. 20 Exchange Alley, be tweeu Canal anl ('ustozahouso street,. 112ce ho2rs from 10 A. v. to 2 6 1. 1. \I. ]I. FERNY, Pr-,ident Board State Assessors. NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS. STATE OF LOUISIANA, AUDITOR'S OFFICE. I N2w ORLE1as, October I, 18.166. The State tax of oue iourth of Lone per ent. on the grovs sales aud receipts of every person n.ur.ung any trade, profe. siou or occupation, for the quarter from Ju LV let to Septemb or 0th, 1 ,666. is de and pay.le at th o1ice of the State Tres urer, within the first ten days of October instant nd If not paid within that time, twenty percent upon the amount of the ta w111 be added, and the whole colleeted E A, odI10n0 ~Wl I. 8. PERALTA, Auditor. -Offce, Auctioneenr' Exehange, 18 Royal street.