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FRIDt)AY MORNING. OCTOBER t, 1I6fi.
roreln Items.
A clotudy Auget and a wet Septemher have
played hevoc with the Eoglith haelcet. In the
northern counties tile wheat i unripe. In tile
midlaud countirs it is so satorated that it could
not belricd without the lose of all the gluten. In
the southern eountios it is sprouttag,nid wheat in
that condition is only fit for starch. The market
is very feveriol, and it is hard to effect gales evenh
at the advanced quotatiton. Exteoi'e ordiers
hanve been sent to Amerita-especially to San
Franinaco--throogh the Atlantic telegrailhl. Ths
tile good ce~le is already conferring an anormote
olligaetion upon all eln.es, by facilitbting'the pur
chase nad export of graine from the New 0orll to
compeisate flor the dehcient hevavest in Englatnl,
At beint, hoevei, nwe mnlust epct a year frortLer
deaorbread. In Ireland tile crops are riot so much
afeotted, and the Iuetat. crop is very heoavy, and
tree froun dienase.
" Workiegnlen's feform Demonstrations" are
tOe order cit the doy thrnutghklot Eughired. but witheI
this exeplinti, the ioliticl apena is rnienlmaly
luiet., Local hel'ornl Leagues, too, are bheig, n
tarrlisherd ii maony toetn.
UnAesonhtlo weather has prevailed without in
tterruption, tceilltttni.ied with lheavy cutes, ochich
J ilaiL tiutiti oueliiht drmloago in tile metropolt ani
contilderalle iljury to Dhe ihilg iNe at liverp, id.
3haky slpls p Clti, i!!o tl, ecrsy fron y ritres- lf
weathler. Tile week hai also becimc-l n Ied
tile inurgoetion of tiet season oi railway acy i
denlt-ao less thau three or four haviing taken
ploce a -reth,. li:sidie, there hae hecm a gis ego
Tihos iio. ir t tihe llyd-i Saqiao s0ttion (1:iv)
o,1 tie lIiondnrii1 d Northwevestrn anilty, mwhie:i
fptlroye.l iprely:t tov tie aulouet eL' I lot w00t,
Accd eves to ,llioiou in the Thamet and oil the
e~in~t.
('citolerain Londoen continues to sihn c rtead ey
mu ilagI--r -ci: ticl ,lie Mweartioo II ,.ee tf cl
utve confo~reiert tlrtieeiai twrort it i- w
nterly adtta enil. The dilrrins still lirter itle- L
epi" teha nSSuled rafld iero criond t prplrtiIol in
IAlloli, rand its iade id u appeariae in tome
t orfu oth0i etiteiii r Irish towint.
A ciilte-,weporyl utlls een foveeed withl prticu
lar crf M. Biatetr' l ropal for ltuildingo a larie
epontoon brige irectiui lUai Ne, Calais, aind
S aikespe re't ChlOt, hover, of about 22 tiles hlo
and 2t tlfeet wle coirected wieith a railway at
aroch Ecld, witl openicgrd ft s hip cnu foetpatli
for potengers on eitler side, Tire acouenit de
scribes what otatee are to adtern tile hrilgein,
where thie clockre are to lie placed, md so lorth.
The cst is etdiated rt £ n,ttlt000,0t0e.
A few warm dayn in the south Of France have
done wonders for the vines, and the gathering
S will commence this week in some d isticts.
Tle mionthly stateenent published by tire Bu
reau Verita, of 'aris, shouwn that during ltot
moth l (Auguste) the nolner of slipe totally lost
raet 1l, eof whicil 17 were Britih, 2t Americean,
1 l French, 7uctchll, Prell'sau. anild of various
flags. Five vessels are upposed to he lost with
their crets , a not intelligenc coelceroiog theo
has teen reeived. Tle total nnlrher rf veosselsn
ltst since tile begrninng of the year ap to Augiete
31-t is 1A27.
Accrdting to tire census recently taken for the
c~ity of Paris tie ipulatilo of tie capital. ox
clusoc of foreignrers travenltg through it, is
1,70o1(1011.
Tilct v.itatioi of eIOhilenR in Pslritln tras ttnee
ttrriblle. Thel rnici.l rttlitins Iii tot} li 21ht.alt.
pu t lhe iirltubtq' ef {ler.tllr s atltal:cke wl~ti i chol,::r al
at ',llll; deattsn Itii;ii.
till-i-ii iiiltitlt Ot
Ti- ry, ,h,t- rl-elt hliht oi--udt1'',tilgrl 1.
iln l t- '.il-,It ilonit i t 0 ie It l i -In {nfor t-llS ied to
Occelih, -ti Ite ; -lefl'- ii~teo iai hrzeurlnl vlaa
1111111 trely l c reite ii --r ! Ii~r nih re ift taicitiii
pelti leeit--ctIh~lll ilalowaei~·l: I it-ir'.:O iii111Ctltcm lt
elltrite- · tie , tIlte it-l-I p,. Ity liii qUecoof Srti.
to ti ewe" a ture of the ft-.itt-.li ti ilitteitnr.
ei toly "ft1ttttIdIO tt Ietiu-(',tit,.oo, itsa sitltl
fl'lliort-ilof ! htil-.alt le1 lilla. li ne~n i esn olle d.
tiheelyeirtalyteeut, in eur:', ailosteeel n leitelfectibe
theengall. Stetie-mini itn a;lue ahoutitu iltrttd:o
a retrgntroiuitirt nint ii-er trmy 1 Auutrio io lreadv
engaged en e nitaitar dtl'k "ofnd port of tire Frenc'h
preen urgeihe tirew lyoiienthal hof an armytrnitirl
lraehiltrieof eerr, Segrled alncuo tas ameinel for
that nf other nadierre.
A dreafol her(, ruke ettt en the enrri-ig of tire
i-lt, it ' Aurtt iny¢e tire00.' of kit-litt ire Mu
reuia,, tehirr wan uRmood entirly rolcreed iiouli.-il,
oltae fMadrirttid edhotraee, arithbhe a, l),llithe
phroeioglter. tIi tihe rt o chtrr uee t -u Smiig U
ptry to, tile trmee. Si h ircont are hitin to
htrov reoeriuied in rite 0 to ur tt.
Thcatle attle lague Ihas blroen out with greet
intenoity in Galliocit, Moravia and Hcngary. The
echorlera is icreasing in Huangary, and the poet and11
phclollogst Czcezor has recently fallen a victimn to t
the epidelmic. t
'Tle death elf Iermann GOldscllmidt, a German
astrononeer ef celebrity, is aon-n ccci. He n-se
born at lFrnreolrft-sn-thclt.iw, Juoe 17, 1t02. lie
sudiel pnicctiog i u t'sis, uadt.r Sctniorr asc cor
eelius, and ill 1od-,3 bIcaec a pferncienle reeidcent
of tirt city. tli -47 Ie blogenlso eovsel hicoell
to ac!lonom. e ince wholes he Ies di--scvered tenl t
aseroid-s, and hcl plcntcd out lover ten tslosstud
starls that weore wallltll cn thie celestial maps ot t
tle Academy of i:ern!. tlls disc-overies were a
etllsicoi The c c cl se-. co.i l cel: I,'llIY I c(it,,)'t.ll O1c hise
" Anl Inhabitant of H.arr ,w " write< to the Lon- i
doll Pubiishers' CirctLer," clncerlning the ytoe s
on.t, aonte at tlalrroci:
MIr. ,hln MurrS.y, wh,.m I happened to meet at
arrH'ow thonle foul' ur tive yearls ago, at lny request
cnn:nited to bear Ihe walexpe expenloof repairine,
lce ci cccilcc:', laer ' wl :olrt livce: fr" on the fol
lhwinff morninSg it wlls lound that, during the night,
clsccrther and c o great ian cc ju y ocaee bccc done ty
to tile stlne (l;arly -halr o tic e uilrac of "htl
remcained lhyvieng bon shattered ofc) that I was
disheartened, anid took rio steps to preserve what t
clcailltdtl sone time : oa'ti r ifored MI'. lurray
of tict lsicgief r!,t lihnd bcee drole. ualld of my
]lavillg. in r oll-cf uc'U e, hecn UtleIr)cc to carry out I
his clches. It1 c stclilo Lcnc, however, to praelice fat
iat rcmains; id 1 flec! lm:rtaino the vicar and r
churchweaccenles woel gcive their conIent to a plan
to prevent clhe totl des:rcatione of this intereding
featnrc of Hlalrrow.
Ah Remaun! Cthtiolic journal in Eng~laud gravely
pt'inti a story of' the life of "thloe vmy Rever~end
Mlotherl Ma~ri~r di .[athi:as, Ileander of the? m'der ofl
tile Sistcrs O" itc .ost Precious Blond," wle ose
delth took place recently. In thle t o rcseo of this
biogra h iy the rteader is informed that "thle
first t;nte it be:anle necessaryi for her to comrtu
nicate with tehe e1clesiaStical authorities ons
tile s~uhject of hler iintemled in.';itute--being·
unble o rcit, which aice hcld cceer hee, taun ll,
she knlelt dowo before tlhe ernucilix wfithl her pen ill
ller haind, and lie wtm is tile wisdlom of (]od mnira
culously enabled her to form the letters and find
the atting eprcaesion fur conveying her meaning
preserved."
ol ng tilne artice-os elicovrer in thle icmt an ofn
thle old lake'·dwellings ,,f 8writzerlani are a varlety
sof prsonal or irnal tet worl in by title wmr.c TeiJ
eonsist of simple perf rahed st,,nes, o fr pa ll8t0 of
i serpentines ond pltrlpaclione, such pIr amnly nites,
limbf of ecrinits, c orolc o1 ste. -horn al arti
colored ctolles, ngte o an in ngrunday f: geclceof
pue-isantyf the up fentow "athkee-nyteced
boar' ennd besrc tcctl, siled otel csncses of yw
-ecd. On o ie nsor e coll e T m b lea rl .t Fclsouldcl
oas a b n," nillith aa'vln, shra\i'nll of wthici
puerte fucl roecn tile ltd o to f-ll a m on f
crowll, .on/e of tric o~r;;ntents prsb'tblly seHfL------
as amulets Itlso, w
An odd disno-ern o as ailce iue tica ecllc'e of
Bonlsall s tih,rcen l Eel. laa t ,Ine;lly "Thoe
boasrdesd leor of a rem oa tile lrondll sic o
holec iBllct nlce )wn eie tccuane I lsic i e " o.i
pulcmoe (,of theing -c ;lIcerd h s;- lcL ' I
gynac, horccc ses sebul ccls th fe\-s ~t.wc' t
gone, i alacnc-cncecca- pc-cnn c y c n-ole
purpos oal Mavi ,, tn eof he . mo-!t, eml!in'* n
otherwise havi , on , d d t,,.sly. Teherc is .d., i
ou Ihmsa?!l Meet'l. :,ui i: i- in. .vcd tha ttl-t:1a'. 'i'e
railn itore obhille lped t' cel:ec thn- e.
Ilalipe"jly ne~Rtslnlior sre .+tli· l'z!:y ·:lll,/.oioil
to .))e all Ilveoti n,. el ':le l!]~:: ru .-lt~ h eerT':l.llF, 1)i1:
such it appleatrs is 11o. th,+t c!.ce 'lr i li toe" yer
19. driio the nt pedios ri c ch)CsIs c l[vc c
sh cctlsnsellls oc the- ,i hro s aklccdr T.
wesnsa'cincstee cts-co , :.,od h-c ti cc -
eian. 1lcnc- conesxw , nic of the ccu). enine ulc e
famdlernccshen est]luniit, d cci 4hy Te0 Ion sit euc
the f saltri-ld. ronditia ofl Inc I c'l-a.i c:ccict
. ract is to tlcl])d. lOne ciito clcct "L··;l,
rieslural 'ttinlies ncf -ic t lan ll yern {tell. slid
i![ did the werk for allt £.,00 e es o h.l the asFcc one
foted by Parlialllect. c 'c r thin c crvics he tee
th mae Bscttnelcn , te roentdccc ien tth.nginbenci oc3e
.[aegr , h aloac ffOL I~.c-cI 1'dX'VLIncelOi
Tnez makebitter complaint of the had ubo ag- they
receive. The iroringe, they soy, ande ' some
thing between beast tracks and fouorlh-olns car
riges," and between 0 o'clock in tile evening
and 7 o'clock the followihg morning the tioe
taken by tib journey. No food nor drink could
be had at the stations.
The police of Paris recently made a decent on a
clandesthne gaminghou-e freqoented by students
In the uc DPauphine: A numher of pdrsooS being
found at play tleir nanms and addreeses were
taken downt, all Ahe artirte found in the place
were seized, and proeecution will be cominanced
against the keeper of the establishment.
About tve thousand Caolies were cent to the
West tndien last year. Ten per cent. of the whole
number died on the voyage, and one shipload of
two hundred and sixty-two soals were lost at sea.
The scurvy has caused many deaths.
A new clun is abont to be established in Lon
don ander the title of 0ke "i. It." It turnportatb
he intended for tie exclusive use of men of mind,
and ioence hoas been modestly chaistened the
The QIleen.declines going to ovMan'hehner rt
Liverpol to inaugurate tie Alberit.leoncrials, as
th tie lae of tile proceeedicHgs wouid be too
miuol for bere. '
Mr. Nol!e's statue of Sir J'oh Franklin, tohe
Arctic exncirerl'c. laio benoen eoeoccetd in Waterloo
d'lco, at te side of the Athli!rucomo C shL. tIr.
Poley's statue of Lord Herbert of Lea, which is
to be placed in frt' t of the war office, Pall IMall,
ais Iuen suncceefully casat in brenoe. Another
Ullun:ient irt a vcry dfloront hche.ractcr lesno also
c'oell C jioeltod--thi is one in Hlighgate Conie
t hry to the late Torn anyors. The ichaineli'ns
dg is represented guandi.t tll entrance to the
onb, and above is a meldallion of the deceased.
Tie whole monument, whirch is very maseive, and
weighs itsme cighet tons, is execoted in Sicelian
mennble.
sieon hiave been found in the estuary of the
Tineoles, thanks to theei improved systl ee l r ain
ego etirovecaiillg. Tweoe yeenrs ago fish could
oot lion tiereo .
leate, being derer e ..... f 30 oc the pore ry io u
The Qucens of England and IMadagancar have
jun coacnelodd a treaty of ealliace, the tent of
hic in tUbhikd ine the iaszette. its nltief pro
visions are as ftilowe: "' l.iti.h suijects in the
dcesinilees of her inOjesty the Quee ka tnadagas
ear shanli e alloiwed freely to enercine and teaoh
tie chrintian religion, and to erect and e vaietain
zuitable places iof worlhip, to he recogneized as
the property of the Qoeen of Piadegaccar, Bwhoi
dpecial purposes for which they shall have been
fuilt. Full reliousa hberty is also granted by
the Queen of adagascar to all liher own subjects.
The Queen tof oadagascar further engages that
ulritish sbjecto shall, equally with her own sub
jects, enjy within her dominions full and com
plete protection and security for themselves and
opeerty, and that a British resident shall be re
ceived in her capital."
It is stated thet alarge quantity of the wlhiting
manufactured at the chalk quarries on the banks
of the Thames, is exported to America to be rce
tamrned mixed with flour.
All act was passed, towardn the close of the last
session to enable her nmwjesty to declare gold
cosio to be issued from the coloninl branchmahts
legal tender for paymints, and also for other
pArposns. It is recitel tlmst her majesty iasn es
tehblheo ed anod may hereolter esateblis, branch
ints, and tlet it i exspeodient that piower sheuld
li- iices to hle etpej-ty to dtnoaeclae uhi,. gle Cein
ilts a lelt tnin r, f" t. ,bienti h iyaeiny pciet af
oe nnr n ho- gn heinio llsr ',n :e .icoi n w-y i-e e, l
honli ]tee nl illl en'a tI lt ll-ly in rone- leyi tne
p)riple e b t ' a llgi, ten doer, it d arIi v. '! b.,c it s hr a
ticteo ion in--ciciio i-tY - be bieevhieh e
I A lenay ofl y hih te',l tllle in t ! ivr, Snt r hlat I
'0- bean tn vidiii of t hte Pn i ce.-no e, i d I - vtie
a swi ti. e l p "r.i U i.ile t tha i ty be ive, n oii o.i-e
o1ealinntnil- -h-lt te- and thhe endevrialns ern lleet
the l.an tlgethr oanfatd ,n I tle iatis tle lekla, thoufhr
anemie, aind n thte ,lorital- wofh.aedoiee , tnU ier
i heUnd lly(,l dertuthr.t. If an;y action cn taln e abll
i . n ln tHe t.rlIo l r , oe , i-i ,tei en e ala-C
r sthe ei t-ncin .tyondtihvn of - e -I .geu '" onev
iltih sq inf tl theyn'nd ti-c Ihet a iac , ofall
ierealie s toeI'-thor -eeaned if the itole leoil, thoe ,e
en iceiis, i-c tin- ioseitl eeiti wo l-', they wree
f dieoetsceud brothersk If avny 1ct ailc tmhe ouy
vh-'di o by Patheeheamenor ifwa, it, or tbiale ericetond
like this.
I''egr nthrira rta-isnrat
lESt'RTE ENCO..T.... ..iTc. .A i ..a.-One of
tile most duriog encounters inocldent to htnting
life-though fortaonately resultling in notloing se
riouse-tbat we have heard of for a long tine, oc
curred in the vicinity of Mud creek, one day last
week. Mr. Ed. Nicholls, formerly of this place,.
started out one morning with his dog, through a
piece of woods near his farml. Searcely hIad he
entered tie forest. over a mile frotloi hiS abitation,
uhen suddenly up sprann a eare hunel from hlis
cotlceaohoaeut, atod ctolroulting lim face to face foor
an omstant, made a fearful danh at himrn. Mr. Nich
oib, thousgh having no weapon of defense, never
once thoought of rrtr,-atiug, but firmly gr-alpcdeone
of tioe ni.noda gigantia horns, while th o dglo ,Ok
hold of his tihroat. 'or a twhil tile otruggle he
teen the thre wasr mr:t flerfl--eo Ioment
the maio had the oocr dotwn, but the deeripor -
sessed of tlit dexteroo' yad alo:I-blenes- peculiar
to them, sprang to his tee' gaiu ard aa-sin, using
all ho:a endavore in ott ieii ottsog histoaioniitc
arott:d. Mr.N. dareo no. loht: hio ooid tile
ontly Ioto; to ar olil lfes wa by coour.ogino tlo
doittg hithoto ooeolotwtile totng on to Ilto bholichot
thrt:tt with canilne te niciTy. To worry thie buckl
to exhaltustion, with lthe aS;istanc of ttt'e dog, iwas
the oly meaonol noaoeritle is adverslooy, and
afitr a loag aild tirotsame strttole era filoaloy wil
cessful, wrhen bie wenrt antdo tottoa clu nud houocloed
tlis teoiatottl itt tile ho.t.
At itle ocd of tIle conlshbat orl. Niciolt'ts cloth
ine o- oeotirely torn from hin, and hle hlo d noth-i
ine to cover tilhe COStUime wIci natuore turn;ihled
Ililo. tie retorned holie tshroutegh by-waoy, atud
called lustily to tit wtife to ifurniol Iun with eloth
ing, and tlhei returoing, he brught his venison
honle)hh, T ;llco.r :Illt tiut irossct, weigheld overe
tw(o hondrdd ptotunudo. \Whloo oe tolak iulo citonid
eratiion thE fact tlhal Ir. N. i a very sma! llian,
weiglholg only al t one hundred plotltds, this was
eorotagl-tot nolooeoroitalot', ndoi1 rcounr,; ous y did
toe eicet it,.--[ttau Clotire I Xi'.) Inree I..
Toen MIAorTot DUDLEY.-A Washington dispatch
to tile New York World says:
Thle suetrings of one L. Edwin Dinldliey, who
wa cas to do sle ''nlurtyreloIo'" obusiness for
tle Pittosburie convention, hlave o forolot tihle theme
of much declhtaationi at thit bodly, and il tl:e
radical press einoce. It is o ssmnedl that Dudley
lost his clerksltip in the treasnury department be-o
cause he was it sympathy with the raolicals, anud
wished leave of absence to attend the t'ttsburg
gathering. The taot is, tshoot to r-sig't-lwd because
his application for five l.oys' leave of oabsence was
refused; and hlin applico}tion 0a0 refuoed, not be
cause anybtody knew or cared what hte interided to
do Fitt hioself during hi absence, ln t because
ile bad been granted a leave of tea days hrom
September 20, 1865; anothler leave of twenty
days from o pril 2, 1560, arold atootstier leave of ten
doys froln April 22, 15id, onolaiog forty days
witilin one year. Thlerefore he appeare at Pitt0
burg in thle r.ll of martyr, and for su:h sntlerings
is rewarded by tile temporarey cheirmanslopi 1
amo happy to state that tioe tretsury deparoctent
cootoens its wn rkings weith a regnlority not per
cepotibly ditmoinisthed by tie loss of tilo servioces of
er. L. idwiao Dufloy.iy,
MoriDER IN SrnELB cooCoTrY, ISNDA.to--OnOe of
the most cold-blooded morduer that ai ever per
pctrated io thio State htcappenrd in Shelby county,
near the city of Shellyville, Tihuroday night. The
ptlrticulars, as related to us . ok uboot tlhese: A
fellow by the oamo of Clacraft, a leader in tlhe
organizootion known as t-he Grotd hroly of the Re
laltlie, andl a olesperate chlracter, who w-it proto
itoeot in the rectoent rios at Shelbvville, nd its
oeottn leoau.I-nouttoed t'tlt inst-tin it his toco nt
tof (consticvatives ;tad o lUoorat , tool and hlstant
ly kilced a t1o 1 by tile i sl0 e I00 lt ar, a toll
k ~,·,e .r, ± walrrau't hadlt i,,',:lr igsurk[ *:orI the, arl'cst
[o(;arlt or io pl toi'oloosoo it titro-"iot; of'
!atturtlyl:l, atd hel;ills io oi,, h irted a hoo'.oo lnd
blgt y, y nd it -0 toot
re,,.d tlin, .a'·-k!le,, :". wa'le ti;,l'ee OclllU, h11o rP
ildto- t otflaiolot ) ,,lg W {.~ l ),'tt¢.11
lolu, av fh r Uln' w a.S 13-, proclaimed c.great
Iti too roro- n o re said:t .t t t
toallnlcip ol -t ila i ould In-oo t atitfo the - faf
01 0,0 t;i th ll-lll il n r ;iti bit s n
Ihtsled at d w ottitlpaiti ttoit- oeo..oll
Slo s thludcrd r , te m- r t oot . nto it I- o' recstc l ,
It uaninug he eurem-c_ of the European rce,
l,,t"stccvnl!.t~lt 0 -t ott ott -t to, ~v
AIoottes--....... - . osooo-J.----olC. Cot.
Ihouas fa0 1 c a k an t837, proclaimed a'grcat
oetroth when lie snid:
! I eeoc.o.ttoutt-sftreolht niotatsfvhttheio fa.
itt 0 tloti} otot ti)"l ite next C~ step lo ho e to
-000-ilcthee-0.00e to ; .-otetal ato, ooloticoolet oosilty
tololo theneettcs ee:diti,t hoottt cl two rselooro
oooodw ott t'ltcoo-aotco r to,tt00tert titoocto otoqeald
! 0b 100000cs.Ol1 wete -lvs h ortooldli
000 t oc toite 0050 il C I -eB itith Westocr t
!oa~-Q 1otl ~~e Ito- 00000100 iltro-ttoeltd io
0, sutinling 10ccOotum'eOac of the Esuropean race.
FOREIGN DRY GOODS. S
DIRECT TRADE WITH EUROPE.
FOREIGN GOODS A
SOLD AS CHEAP AS AT THE NORTH.
Freight and Other Ioeavy Expenses Saved.
f
P. MARES & CO.,
43...... ............Royals Street...... .. .....43
Importr and Jobbers of all descriptions of
FRENCHI, ENGLISH, GERMAN AND AMERICAN
MANUFACTORIES,
DRY GOODS AND FANCY ARTICLES,
Respectfullyinform the public of both City end Country that,
by recent arrivals, they have received,
Direct from Europe,
A Stock of Goods suchas must prove proftale to the buyer.
Believing that Imported Goods can be sold as low in thle
city, when brought direct, they are prepared to test the ques
ti on, and will sell accordingly.
Their Stock consists of :
FINE ENGLISHI AND FRENCH PRINTS,
MUSLINS, DE LAINES,
nBAREGES, SILKS, LACES,
It CLOTHS AND CLOAKINGS,
HOSERY, DIRESS-TRIIMINGSP,
GLOVES, WCOLEN GOODS
ý Of all Descriptions,)
LADIES' SILK CLOAKS AND MIATILLAS,
t GENTS' SIIP.TS AND FURNISIIING GOODS,
LINENS, SIIEETINGS AND DOMESTICS,
I Of all Decriptions, and other Articles too numerous to give in
"I'o Co.ds .-eall ,f the LATEST STYLES, and will be
- old at Wholesle Only.
Whales:ale Dealers, will 0nd lllis Stock so well assorted that
I they can buy as advantageously as at the North, and save the
Cost of Transportation.
They are reopectfully invited to call and see the Good.
t Tems will be liberl.
of P. MARES & CO.,
3 Royal treet.
41 Royel street.
HARI)WARE, CUTLERY, ETC.
FoLGER 4 Co.,
(F. P. FOL OER L. FOLOER, W. H. THOMAB.)
Detlers In HIardware. Iron, Ship Chandlery,
37 and 89 Magazine Street, Oppeite St. James Hotel, N. O.
Nails and CaOtig., Hoop Sheet and Bar Iro 851hovel
and Spades, Sh (Jt opper and ZinkR Plows, Axes and Hloe,
Lead Pipe .nd 5heet Lead, SbdlsRubber, BH.tin. Holi sld
Packing, ClrculSr., Mill sand Cros COut Sas.
HARDWARE ANI SHIP CHANDLMERH
(ELLIS H. BOSTICK, FRANK W. SEYMOUR.)
Bostlek d Seo our.
Importers and De
HEAVY AND SHELF HARDWARE AND CUTLERE
STOVES, TIN WARE and TINNER'S TOOLS,
BAR and SHEET IRON, TIN and TIN PLATE,
SHE:T COPPER, ZINC, NAILS, AXES,
'.iIAINS, SHOVELS, SPADES, HOES,
lEAD PIPE. SHEET LEAD, OAS PIPE,
BRASS WORK and PIPE ITTINGSI
RUBBER RE5LTING, HO rE and PACKING,
COTTON WASTE, Etc., CORDAGE,.
COTTON and FPLA DUCK. TWINES,
O11S, PAINTS. LAMPS, LANTERNS, Etc
&AltlR d of t Snmboat and I IalIroad BuppIHe
WV. W 1S1TTT ft CO.,
GOERERAL COMMISSION,
.IreeelvItu and Forwarding Mercphonts, and
itardwisre Agents,
Noes 8, 10 rad 1i Ptersa street, corn f Irostmaa, (oppo.
s3te I'h Castm Horo__ e, New Orleae.s La.
! ousl¢manmts ot Merchandise either for sale or shlpmen
wibS receive prompt and cPrefif attention.
H . w ..... .. ..._........ .~A ,D w a n ..
I. J. MULLAN A CO.,
Wholesale Dealers
-rR
HEAVY AND SHELF HARDWARE AND OUTLER
Agents ,:,r
HOWE'S STANDARD SCALES.
7 Common street, New Orlans
COTTON MILLS.
THE LAME COTTON HILLS.
These YoLLS, which were built by me in 18R0, as an efort
of Southern enterprise, are again under my contrl: and I
am prepared to supply the trade with OOTTON YARNS Nop.
S's to 12's, packed in such proportions as may be ordered,
celled any aver offered in this market.
It is known, that while tllee Mills were In my hands, the
product of them attained a reputation for superiority ofi
quality and fullness of weight--unequalled by any ether
Yarns oTared. This reputation has been prostituted by
I certan unprincipled parties, who have not scrupled to use my
name aud brand, to cover n inferior article; and further.
more, I lear that Georgia Yarns have been offered, in this
market, as the product of my Mils1.
To protect myself and consumers from such impo.feiot,
hpve adoptel a trpdn mark, wlhclh will hereafter, be plstoe
on each .le of my Yarns, with the addition of my signature,
on ech pad label. These Hills have no agents. Orders left
at No. 39 Union street, will be promptly executed.4
s L N. LANE.
STATIONERY, PAPER, ETC.
f )TEVENI * *NXtMOUIL,
I . STEVENS, W. N. S, EYMOUR.)
t -n.AL.xe IN
Paper, Stationesr, and Fan.e y sood
Va3. 95 sod 28 Commao at1eet, apposite the City Hots
'D o PALMER. JOSEPH WILD,)
Sar. Envelopes and RaD.,
PYJOTO5RAPH1Y.
KOTOGSROA.PI 4OOoDIS AND &LBDIMFI
t . T. SLESSINO,
I) CD.,ar1i5 8Daer,.
- WLleSot and Retpil Dealer
PHOT3O.PAPHiCAL IN.TRUENTS,.
P PilTOGRAPHIC MNATERIALS,.
p PlOTOItRAPlHI. L+LBUMS AND FRAMESl;
'HOITSISRA-PHCh OF PEL EBRITIES, EyP,
AlbMno.-l .d Bible AlIbuoms nh ph he is eillin ait RDUCED
SPIC;ESd Hi. stork comprispcp , ll vs,, kinds. and qualltL,
[inclaeh trlhe PA.liT P,,'NI .SACKS. which, for dnrsbiSlh;
i-i.it.GA-,,iI:.H, llth3 Giensl, Piws ,f the City,
it ne anto?.bJec, P, in Blet varet- ,lain and colored.
PHOT)URAPHERS, city and nam.V ry, suppiled with eery
krti., asd in t(e!lr business, at lowort inst rates
S an for OatelogSi, 5o-thpr
HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS.
pH1RNIX HOUSE,
0D .............. T. CHARLES TREET ............90
(Next Door to the Academy of Music.)
HefreehlnN gDrlltkA
L' THE SAMPLE ROOM.
Healthful zerese 1
IN THE BOWLING SALOON. II
A ear~y OHeaeat
IN TIE RESTAURANT.
Haw, Stewed; Fried and Hroiled
IN THLE OYSTER SALOON.
IN THE lAMPLE ROOM, from 10 A. I . until I PO x.
D. BIDWELL. Proprietor.
RBBOOKE HOUSE,
NOS. 227, 229 and 231 CANAL STREET, (Corner asin,)
New Orleanso
Thls hoeno, havinq bentc. obeohly r.painted and renovated,
will Qe rsldy oeh firsrat of October r for the recep ion of
erm nent,,tranelent and dxyy boarder, who will herea fnd
Gi~ea ofupsricrl an tomeud titgot i d a table not surpaed
bY thatof any cuy e inheetr.: airy room, single or I
in pairs. e ars: 1rea . at 1to.. DinnerILS. 8. B1p
Ior0.01l,
ISLAND CITT IHOTEL.
(JOII0 J. PRICE--J. F. PIERCE--D . A. I cLEOD.)
PrLATOe, Pierce CTON.o., Proprietor,
GALVESTON, TEXAS.
HMO LEE A OU ET, A
No. 73 CARONDELET STREET,
Isnow opento the publie. None but the boat WINES and
LIQUORS sold over its counters.
Give us a call, and test I.or yourselves
LATOUR & Crj.TON. Proprietsry
OU.RSiATP AI HOTEL,-THE UNDEKSINED
.£. Proprietors of Murphy's Hotel, No. 93 and 1W S. Charles
street, hereby notlfy the puble that they will find It to their
advantte to cli ane aerethm before go elsoewhre; as
theyn will get the ch iest kind of equraed the bar. f b erior
Dinners and Meals of tall kinds at the P.eastaurant, andord
and Lodging of a superior quality, at greatly rstueed pricea
OMBIANA * b OT r(: lrOTEL
No. 12 CANAOUPITOL STREET. BETEEN ST. RLE AND
!eve nothing uadnne to secure a continuance of that repata
tion wh.ch . t has Eomlnyyear. enjoyed, v.. : that od being 8 ne
of the very first taur CONnt DO. P mer
AlD the delloetes of the seaeon, with the choicest WLnes and
Idquors, always on hand.
The Proprletore, thankfl for past favors, solicit a oontlnu.
RHODES S MOULIN.
LOUISIANA HOTEL,
213 TCHOUPITOULA8 STREET
OppMote St. Marys Market, within one square of the TesU
Steamship Lauding.
NEW oRLEANS.
0-Ter - .$i per day.
J. CONDOS. Proplretor.
BHOOfl HOUSE.
THE PROPRIETORof his well-rbown and popular etab- I
lihment, finding his present loeation too small for the calls
upon him osr g ptmmodattou, will, o the In of Novembe
next, remove to
Nos. 1S. SRL asd B31 CanE2 StreeS,
whre he hopeo to he able to fHrulih a home to Eal his rldL.
He needs hardly state tiht his ,tle is now, as ever, -ur.
passed, and that every comfort will be enjoyed by patren or
his hoone.
HOURS OF MEALS;
Breakfast. from, o H : Di-nr frt m i to 4: RUnotYr. 6,to ..
WASHINGTON EXCIIANGE,
NO. 19 ST. CHARLES STREET. NEW ORLEANS,
Between Common and Canal Btrets,
D. M. Stellt. ProprEeter.
o ILANS IHOUSE-
CLARKEEC DOUGHTY,
(GEO. E. CLARKE-WM. DOUGHTY,)
Corner of St. Charles and Common streets.
Lunch every de from ll to 1 o'clock.
ME EDICAL.
SOUTHIERN TONIC-SOUTHERN TONIC
After several year of sucessful tria both in this city and
inthecountry, at therequest of a number of peraona he
have been beneftedby ts use, we have concluded to-pre
sent to the public
A Southern Tonle,
And trust that they may not regard it as a Qu5ok Medicine.
Before venturing to give publicity to this Tonic, the re
ele waS shown to several of t ,heo. prorinent physicians
of this city and priouuced by them a0 etcelieut 'Tonic.
The recipe will be shown to any respectab!e physician who
may desire to see it.
uliomedes tht re offered to the many remottes t10t are feire t th public,
this Tonic does not cure erery disease.
All tht it ich oi . i it wonderful power of RESTORING
TIHE FUNCTIONS TO THE[R NATURAL CONDITION
afterhnving been eciur-rssed by disease.
ThiaTONIC is prescribed by PhyFicians in the follo.ing
INTERMITTENT FEVERS,
BILLIOUS FEVERS,
DYSFEPSIA,
-ILuo-
DEBILITY RIESULTING FROM ANY CAUSE.
Price-S1 per 1Xottle.
Were it ntecsttary certifitte tfter certitficalte coud be ap.
pended to this from well kowa citizens, but we deem it uo
less. Sold byallDruggists,
-rpxrARXD by
S. R. CRAMBERS, DRUGGIST,
Corner Libert.y and Fratostrets.
,BAKER1IES.
LoUISIANA BAKEfT.
BEALS & MILLER
Have removed their DEPOT from No. &.~ Common street
o. 9 Fulon and N. 11 New Levee, between Common
and Craler streets.
MA T ET-M- GARET HiUIHHERY,
SUOOESSON TO F. D'AQUImN 00
Bred and Craekers Baker,
No, 76 NEW SEVEE STREET, NEW ORLEANS,
between Poydras and Lafayette tsmts,
Ae Tonstantly on hand a arge assortment of BEBII
OCR KERS, CREAM BISUIT, eS.
TA .C. BEONW d 00..
(L 0. HERON. T. OALDE., H. BIDDELLf
OOMMERCIAL BAKERY,
Ns. a S, and MS TPhoulptutlas stra.
DEPOT, NO. 2 TCH TUPITOULAS STREEt.
Net Orleans.
Awlys on hand all indr, of LOAF BREAD AX.
URACKERS
Steatboats, Ships sand Prtvate aml!es Sappitfe.
Art prepared, at all times, to le orders1tor
OREM BISOCIT, PI0-SI RI100UR
PHYsICTIANS.
IHE. A. 1cLEOD
OFFICE, No. 5 CARONDELET STREET,
Offers hiS Profesional Services to the Ctiztens of New
W a. AUSTIN. m. S.,
AT TIlE OFFICE OF THE BOARD OF HEALTH,
No. 13. Gravler street.
Resdenee, No. 246 Washington street.
D Ae: L. T. P1-1 o J. T. KCOTT
PHYSICIANS AND URGEONS,
GOce, No,10 CAMP STREET, bet e~ e Com a aB Ora
Oier. Residence, N,. 397ec torer Josephtin and
Apolo streets, New rleas, a.a
Ofee Htourt 11 A. K.t 163 P. 5.
N. B.-;peeial attetion paid to Dieoses ofthe Eyt.
RAILROADS.
po1nT0'nHAr3tra IU EAILE AO.
SPRING AND SUMMER ARRAGOEMENT.
On end, afer SUNDAY, April 1.s, 1086, t tis on thbl
road will leave s follows:
4* oYtk.U N 0. Mr 0okaTEE LU.T
01
0 .. at ..' 01k4
1026 '0102M .. I.. 2 4..
3 o'cisrlok P. at 9 ".tnor~tb F~dto
B .. .. Ill..
7 . .. 0 HseCr
Fars, to and from the Lak, same day, 26 m..as
prior W deprtureof thetrain Fare, luent. ech way
(160. FANDELY, Oanernl RoperfnCondes s,
COM FORT SP RED AND5 SAFOITY-IL 4
l lunli Centrraalroaiiraa-(luart rumue from Now Orlssn
to,1,ew Yorkand al 4tem 1os. t 0,14 N
tW O DAoLY TRAJNHOO,1, Ieave 0410.morning d nd
on arrival of trains and sitanersfrom the South e
,1m 11from New Orleanto New York . days
For th1.4oO .a1s0te a217 44104,112, ',t1080Ne102...,,
421kson 1nd Greet ,ortht fhilraoj, 110 ar1122511 ,116 Com.
mon Wesst R5 tunes St uhar.ea Hotel, 2 Cs;a street and
Depot, ale. at Office of the Dllhois Central office Calm.
1. 4IUS14ITT, C
Oeneral S0pedlatododnt, Chlcago
0 . P. JP08l41O.
1 . Gene-1l Passenger Aggslr 4hloag
) .F. LONýLEY, t
General Southern A get, New, Orleans,
31 OUtIL25 A'2 ILREAT NOJLTI4ERZ
RAILROAD RlOUTE,
5horte1l 03.1.4te Between New. Orlean1
WASHING5TON, NE03W YORK, BALTIMORE
PHILADELPHIA, BOSTO, ETC., ETC.,
Vit Mbile.
2 DISTLICE TO 01TWYORK................3308 MILES
YIRE. THEIR AND A HALF DAYS.
to Passengers leave dail from tbfl2ot of th Pontelhrtoa1.
.4Railrd at 4 o'cloc, connec001g 211th the Morlgn Line o;
Steamers far 034biie41,, m ng close 1oune4tlo, at 4 ,0le wn1
_ th trclus of thn '-bile and Great Nortbera R~iirosd for
Monfgoto,,7, Colu0mbus, S,,,nah,
Agusta, Atlanta, Char,,.ton,
D Kg°0zrilie, Nashville, 1 iwillefs
Lynchb04og, 25chmo4,, Cio04nnat. ,
ALL POINTS NORTH AND EAST.
,e 1or informatin 11 n4 4 Tbough Tick1ts .414074
TICKET OFFICE,
0In t, Rotunda of t514S. Chareos Hotel.
C. 1. PITCH,
G..eneral Agent4, Mohbnd Ohio Railroad Lin,
OFFICIAL.
STyTE Ot LooteNAr ENtC:Tstv DP*ATMENIT, )
New Odesne, September 14th, 1865.
ma HEBEAS, P. S. W tllt h.s .pplled tome
I for the ca.cellin of his otidil bond as Clerk of the
bSeRnd District I:oDrt et New Orleans, to-rwt :
A bond dated the 2d oay of November, 1ath. for the sum of
150C , siged by 1 S, Wlltz. as principal and seen, ed by special
mortgtge on his property described in said bend-the sd bond
being conditoned for the lfaithfoul pertormane by said P. S.
Witz, of his duties ae Clek,k aforeaid.
Nolceis hereby given to all pereon interested in said baond
to show cause in wriini at the oflloe of the Secretary of btate
wbhin nmtt day:, atnrer the tt publpaedin of this dFertolse
ment why the said bond should not be cancelled ad unuTle.
HiyEn, nDer1 my band an seat ol Stt4n as bovte and the In
CHARLES 0. tthAs, Asitstant Secretary of State.
ETAT DE L UtomiANs. DEpAZTEIA NT DsstEtL'E cU, ,
NtGulelle-Oriets lt II. ,;ptembre 5Fmod.
A TTENS.D qu g lppler tluon al ete tfrlte it ol
par P. S. Wilt.n pur in snIcellIisOn de stn .hllgtiln
Iot1ielle camme ereSiier de 1int Denite C edr is Dltrict de
UI N bllitiondltee di 2 novembre 18ir), por In somme
1 pi. . ar P. . Wiltz, .omle prinripal et tense oart
-i nes stcd:ltur Oti Hiti l ritn irtIt N - Blb e d lig,
tgl:: Ia " die aLntiln atat eonditlomn pour in datee ex
cutlon .pa Io diS P. B. Wil DI, do sex dSevOsirx ,mme rbflicr
d- ih Deoxi Cour ide Ditriect de oin ounvele- Orly eam', u
AvSiest en lconiq ne e dlone tarutes lxe perslnnet i nteA
reLsees amIn'ir a bhre Eonuriitre par ecrit, a brenn du .,cre.
taire d'Etat, dn, Le c C r Jfcrs fui saivront ia drniere pruolice.
J. TIADISON WELLSS.
C CRta s O0. HARDt , Assistant Scoret.ae d'iEat
SUMMESR REsORTTh.
TILE NEW WATERtINBG PLACE
G RAND ISLE HOTEL.
The new and stauncb passenger steamer ANB' NICOLAS
Hrve- mtlteer, will leave the head of HIrvey'C.sna. , opelte
Sbock ltading. Ltiiuitn, Asentue, EVSRY SATURDAY and
TUEISDAY, at S 'elo's P. M., for rand Isld Hotel, PsrttL.
Innton, MIttarta and Intermediate landings, and returning
MONDAY ad THU RSD hAYevsinse; adelightfsltrip throgh
Ijee5 aod bts to the ase shire.
are tH the s, shore., meals Icltded............I
'he Hotel i now p and ready r the reeption of t
hAtetIwees sas.o.=IlStl Obirlsdiiruts.
npitplth aStlte sad Homfort of lOY la.t botse ol IR
ino the odoRntages of eurf batblhg, fine Bfeltins, Wtlný%n
oter amnaemeoto ofthe ee-eoat, being a"roidded by magal
Tfl, Psiv-agUtRs.Oe s givt ample shadean a pleasant lre
treat durn the hSB t of the day.
RAbiS-Board, per week, 1: b Transipentbp W trde days .
A. MARGOt JO6CLY..P'ropeter.
HARVEY A MCMAHON, A..n.t, 51 St Charles etreae
T he bssrber respctfully Informs the publi that With
pop ularpltce of Summer Resort ios OW OPENI for the iil
caption p Guest'b.
Tae aWoemodiotiin which he is prepared to offer to tlhel
publicare not surpasred by those of any Watering Place Hotel
in the country, and his TABLE IS SUIPLIED WITH
EVERY DELICACY of the place and se-aon.
In the lmmedtate vicinityof the Ocean Sprlugs Hotel thereare
b Sulpht r t nd l -i lybeite eprtn t,
Whtchareteeebmtedfor medicinal properties. Invaldsl will
thereflordud this lWr. one s , nocullar advantbages, ai tley
can have Sar. or Mineral BATHS. ,is well as the best fdlhing
TERMS-rWill bo very moderale Ibr familie 1 *nlatnq room
or the sason. T. 0. SUAhi4BO OUG ii.
S. 00C13..................................:.B..i i bUb
No. 20 CAMP STREET. uNDER THE CITY HOTEL.
.nJewelry, Woatches. Ilver and Platteod Wet'.
SEMMONS' BRAZILIAN PEBBLE.S,
t'ile Gold Wstehe,, In ttlutg OtS sa, dianous motnteS i sa
o, raved, bet mtakeris; rich Sets, Hrirlits, Flits aid Etr
lllisn Diamtotd, Amethyst, Cotl, Onyp and Etruscan Gold,
18krat GolId utard and Vest Clhatn, latit patterns; Sleeve
Buttons and. Stds of every vrlety nd best workmantbship,
ai.'ts Sart as It Matoel Plis, various dssigtl. Silver si d
Plated Sets, Table and Tea Perk. add Sp-ote. Cips, Gobliet.
Napkin RSings, (itorst. et.; Pocket ind Tibli 0bt1lre. heit
makers and .uperior quality.
Clock..
Offie and Mantle, i Blrone.., Marbile and Wood.
Speesttelei,
Gold, Silver, Steel and Shell mounted+
The bartioilr atetltisn of those needing tt h.lsto e ,,d" i
re.pitstlly.eliletd to Semmoes' Braiian. Pebble. t0. beet
,tdjpnlyglatssethtt should be used. New 'ebblet rettlt
eLd.iael.. Partleniarattnttlon paldt repturing Watebl anit
t Jewelry, the best workmen being emplosyed.
-ambar. I20 CAMP STREET. tnder the Cit Hotll.
BOOTS, _TiWl,)S, HATS, .I'..!.
HATS ................. IHATS................ HATS.
E. S. BENEDICT t SON,
25................Meagazlne Street ................25
We have on hind. and are still receiving by every steamer,
one of the largest stock of lATS, CAPS Aind STRAW
GOODS sver olffre.1 to this market
FALL and WINTER GOODS ol the latest styles, tor clity
ani country trade, which are offered at thie is est plices.
Ciy andt country blytri sre rrtlueted to saake its a call
belro liurbchs.lng eliiheir
Ladies' and iis-es' Sirnw Goodsl oif very lescrilpllu.
B, u. N W ILA 1.-
Commission Dealer ti
Itoots tuod Shoes,
No. 35 OLD LEVER STREET,
elsweelu Casttmihosot Std BlIetille,
WHOLESALE DEALER IN J.lOtS 1AND 8HOES
75 Calnal Street.
Parlls,.e .rtillntls paid to isllntlrf nD ·,ri s.
O:TIlt AND SHOt. AIT WliittA.Le
N.o. S Mttitetn. St.cet.
NEW RLEA M TS.
IIRCHAYT 'rAILLO
No. 557 Commoott St rees,
(Between aCrondelet tnd St. Cbharle .treets,
II TIILPIN.
MANUPACTURER of all tlndS oi tIANOP OANDIES,
IFRUPS, GUM DROPS. JCJUBE PASTE and tUGAB
3 ell, ISVEE STREET.
between St. Louilt and ':ntil, New Orlhan
MACHINERY.
KNIlaT d. O-2
-ýDwas 15
MACHINERY, BELTING, COTTON GINS, ETC., ETC.,
Removed to 1i OravSer street,
Are prepared to fill all ordes fr MACHINERY tad
ENGINEBR SUPPLIES of all kIs.
PartaesnequirigMacehiery not kept for sale n this Hlty,
would do well to rdees a I, as aw have Agets th
North and East, theough whom we are prepared toln orders
promptly. We sll hehave s of the old stye
E. CARVER COTTO GIIN,
ich weareno selligat 1per Ste. Pdeenms wldhing
bhere O!e shold send in thet order early, the Stottte
san be exhaested. _
LEEDS'S FOUNDRY
(ESTABLISHED IN I325l)
Corner of Delord and Foucher' streets.
We beg leave to leCrm our friends and theptebE gmerlUy
|hat we are prepared, a e formerly, to meanfactl e Steam
Engines, Boilers, Sugar Mlls, Sgear. Kettles, Draining Me
chinc., Saw Mills, Cotton Pressce; Newell crews, Gin Gear.
ing, Furnacre Moth,, Grate Bars, all kinds of Plantation aad
Steamboat Works, and every descriptlon of Machinery~ for
the South. LEEDS &t'O.
Oderc left at Box73, Mehelaies' and Dealers' Exchenge
wall reeive prompt acee lon..
BLACK DIAMOND STEEL WORKN,
PITTBBURG, PA.
PARK, BROTHER A CO., '.
-uannouneIs or
A ll Deserlptims of C t ad Germ- Stee
I --wdAASeDý
EQUAL TO ANY IMPOBTED OR MA..IACTUEED I.
THIS COUNTCIR.
Beet qualiry Retned CAST TOOL STEE; SPREING, "E.
CHINERY, PLOW, SHEET and S EH STdg EEq
RAILROAD, SPRING and FROS STEEL; LOOMN"
TIVE, AXLES. CRANE PINS, PISTON RODS, SLD,R'
BReS, FIRE BOXand FLU IPLATE,
Branch WMarehodses
NO8. 42 ands ......BATTERY MARCIH.....WNOeB .a &
Between M1k and Broad sIeets,
BOSTON, MASS
OLIVER HRNTW Aeet
3 WINTER'S IMPROVED PORT MIB
S"Lane's Patens " et and Pee4 Wogets,
td "`We reeeetýletr eel ] ettheele he to ',P"I
PATENT SET AIePEEyD WORKS." tomeof tIceN
ar Ic adeencgeelatlmed therefoe baeig e follar :
-IstThe intusctaneeccsad nnerHeey eengln "lNo t.tr
log hythe manetteedlcgthe eri. etet elCeetehmoee edek
heand, 4der devlee sat ocb a simple ee.eCeete', saled n'
wlse s¢becet to breakae or derneemeet-bte tog, et wee
length, being .tt bo7th ent aet one ae'the hame i o
time by the tanyer, as aseon teclct' te. se eeeeuets
Ibrmitylc ie thickness ot behea eee "
S2d--The sayrig seuold, b not~ lcr e , te l tre tfeft
emplosedatouto te mill bOt tbe a .ang o that which l of ar
.tretmportance, to-wit; in the woring lime bf 1tW(
n saficteuedv dllecstred, perhcap, whcpn ,t .af te th t
"Iaectcnc :ine"dii"' a!e'retye i oed byoher c c yhe are elt
"rccc bck," "sei,'and cut anottr plapetl Theus ,ate
cc eclblid to ct threte wenty [eet plehak li required) cl i tael
X2citntel accounted for u part by the yge that tfegpT c
'' st uncetsclkcly enge , tthe "ren-bahk" time exeepletbed.
e- ctecl work ICroem the momenthe steek lien ptee tte lets
1s utireiv cons-uvertule lumberl
I3d-The pec'lea .rl.remet' e of the "Feed' Workst"
erhchby the "slip" and ' eandtear" d tlys ieellcdet to
*the enl} belt srrengement ie avoded, stdt'l ien.e-ea-SseesI
Ct' Lncue "setarting" ted "stppling" uuilct11ul eyeecte$l.
4th- ihe sebstentehd ed perect propdrclete tcosn B,.- t.
di cher thIlets ecombinetions o stee bwe Mandrel "' tblt
aMeelt S6,Oieliheg and Sol-Adluetic Bo. e,"the t ntetc
ctsct-iron supports c che carriage for the lo, and .,e eaeneeeal
beauty of l.tch, are arcong the Dtber features whiebch prtc
Iarly ehaetertde our M.ll, and which sweer for it teh.aft
lg admiration of tbhe practical.
' th.ee references are peipect; ws terat, to .se frt oar
MI al lthatlseqredird and all that i, aesed in any Instanee
to cinre a prefertee.tamely : "At ettstatlon bee ipSr
eha-eeeewsare eq reept f '
Snetteel Cnmildeo HerSnte, WEN St t.tA NWO e l'
N.BH.-'-"M `ANE'S PATENT . WOR" eOap.Ud
sthaetellty CRto IeU of oether spalees. :
MONEOE 3 EDDINGtO N
SAgetsti for th stbo r etB,
. .. . No. 63 Csao,,, N .t
DOWDALL. HAHIES (00.,
WASHINGTON FOUNDRY.
nestns and Machine Chop.
OtER OF SECOND MOD MORGAN STER NT S .
LOUIS, MO..
Mtnol00oeore of
STEAM ENGINES MAN BOiLERS
SAW AND GRIST MILTL MACHINERY.
CirOelar 8aw MIta, uarts Mile, oboo ~b Bavs nd
Presses, KMe Rttles, Bwa.snd OJylt,, W-Wool arAdin
IMaehines. Mlay Saw M oll, etc., etc., eonatll oni bnd. .
Agents for the hale of JAMES SMITT & CO.'S io.perio
We.are prepared to receive ordre for any the shore men
tioned Mohcinery, eta, and will Sfrl.h oay Informntion
desired. LAMB, QUINLIN & CO.,
'.M0 Thouaplitollst.erm t.
?7OTICE-DANIEL IIOWAIIS,
o.s. s, 80 nUad BS New' Levee seet.,
Now Oreanso,
Te pruar o' t all tlmeq with man and nammti.nld .ni Wt
orders t he in g of C Oper :d Sheet It Wora, lne
oloithlnlg ud Brns Foo. d rl and Fltlshr,. The IoTheoeot
Shod ha 1rterr tit tOhis Irooer is Fionf p.a o te at any
work @.ItrlItPd .O him will tu) uromptly .nd .(thfsrl th i. rtht
oD, Ool Ob. N 0- oc o -'
D IRN AND BlAUBA POOUNDER,
ULTorN, NEW L.VoR, c OtivL Dldll ,AND JULIA dr B TaC·lu,
Ofo--ltR3 Filton .Street.
Has on hand at all times now anl ieeond.haod maohlnery
for .oteunobooats, -.tY )ill. oI io Su: lTr Potelttiooo.
Particulr and ,rompt o ttntiolt paid to Stelamlhlp a nd
Su.ae hatt repdirs.o
,llSIDIYIfiIIUN iOj as Coo.,
STEAd aBOILER ANUFACTUOnBabdI
Low ressurea locomolve, Fineood and Oyllqder Bloler, COlrl
Coers, Filter and Julce Bozs,lmdea at the
S Shoaeat Notloe.
Woe r0ect full. teit contcts far Bollera and oallOwneatej
connections, uc, Fire Fronts, OGrtt Ban, Strom &ndd ape
Pipeo. Valoes, eta, Chimneys and BreAohnm. a0 of bwhieo Wo l
hbe hrnlsbed att the lowest eoundry jprices.
All workr exsecuted at our establ.lne.tl wwl be gourtmt -a
Gnal, In point of workmanhllp and materl, to ay in the city
or elsewhere.
Pllutrs, Men)lante and p teameh: A giltte ndeetfh.
Ilted to all antd ean~el tte lork Ind piners at 1 dot
dlreet. betwee oNotre Dame and Julia streots.
WII. QOLDIN6.
CONSULTISNG ENGINEER AND DRAF.SMA .
Floes and pxleoocatlon made flr all kincds otMs payO.
dorteys oarefully Instituted and SpBolfleatlonseettbi pforo the
oodlBflo and oeeqoluioment of the Hlti .end Maclhon e
of Sosmhips oe d t.stmboets twill bhe 00m00,.,etoniblo
Parties ontemplating the purohnse of tbenmshlpd and iam.
boatstoold do wel to h ve. thor eotmndd beore lbuyng,,t
Novelty IonM Werk..
Coner lord and New L.oee otrneot,
rew Orl.lo.
SHAflPflM N I GON.r GO00sIo t
S0. GOid -trats, New One,
(JOHN GEDoDE-JOt, A. Sh Et PEAB E--S. SW00
Heddea. hulOpeasre Aa tAe0,.
Tio0 a0 d Bross Fo .d er od nd M a bhlns, montlseoure ohs
aloty of SteOm Engnes, Sgar. Mils, Drlaing ltolgMoie,
:dI ud Gin UOoring, oretr Bo., Store Fronto, Oolmnns
Oaoh Weights., at Bleolorolth Worok e all.Hdo
j)50fi5 B. tSOttoRt da. AOO..
NO. 9 PERDIDO STREET, (Adlotno.g MTeoneo llldteg
1RCEULAR SAW MILLS, STATIONARY ANY,
PORTABLE STEAM F4GINEF.
Ciruolar Cros.Cuont Mill and IMnlse 'awn: Co. Nilla; Wh
MIlls and Belting Apparotuso Shacing Pnllie and Belting.
All aeecrtptiol s of Ploonttioe s Machnery 0nd Aorleolero
lmplmmtc.i
\to kep constanoly On hand fell opply al
- ANE OARTS, PLANTATION AND I:,,AU OFAtIONO
Tlohber Wheels and Wheel.rr-,,o , from ooo. wO!. knowo lfctors
of Joshol Bodley,. Wollnog, VT,
o hove .oennoecton wlthb extesi.ve Foolonx drt0e SnahlW
Shopsln Sto. LOo. Loolooo e.,Clootnootlcd Pittobrg, tlrogoh
oll(c:h wO are ptepred: to 0otroet rl - any ol.ot oo moeL,:Lner
,1 .s oot '.nroable terms, and dellvr aoynhure I.orth oh New
Gr.oacr rot frooeiht 'I't... R. R0.,1.00 A 'I^
'[rBEE iTVIE LLC C LOOtCIIt WASlHtER
AND WRIINIGEL.
The best and most useful invention of the kind Bor ssring
hoouehold labor ever Invested.
and thoe wier and tooo oc iobrlcs washed, lhan co, otherma
chioe. All the other mchinos elthr rlnb the cloloes and weo
0i0m out speedily, or do no± setisctorily perlylrm thetrwork.
With the
HYDRAULIC CLOTHES WASHER
This I. notetheooo. There is no01.001 of ohe clothes. a0
oequently,0 no wear .and tear. Tile washlng is mot coam
pletepy and thoroo!hly performed by the action of the wsee
a!one. Send for aeircular, ogiving ful explanatlo o or call d
eamine them at the General Southeron Agency.
dood oducements offered to agents o leoewhero .
S. M. BARTON d CO.'8,
No. 17 TChcepoittooi osto..
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Ma ie *r. CRAftS' fn,. 'fhit
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ted NEW DRUGS . in satige tethe 1.9i sm.!ms a
btsd, I a .t n~tirm to untgtM hIsýne~ ad
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CELEBRATED 'GOLDENI BITTEDI
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