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MONDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 8, 1866..
ts Tr Tla aes O Cfl tvasi,. Fftthesno node eMonitor.l Ia his ancestral castle, With Stately turrets crowned, '"ti-see binestefloated haught4ly A.er wals .th grimly frowned iWtlha r m apdo:hamistrane Aon ed worior lay, The bravet of the dknights thae lad r dlonal's tray. Tik'm1r` * ttses a spirit Ad hegonb ls lwary hosts aora .. ees.aenilon by, dehhAr si of glory avtr h brain, S earty aew legions forth - tei lpwig tthe voblya S olden, Te toai's a red w ~aromoe, A at.ellf.i elt e i nanes" y Ae ot ftrst bhdo:m his bidding Sie+sals p- lths fim Old eastle -alunch they marvel) fos ldust andailence, Sme, worn and old ,o scus otdosm d ,toorney+ . tle. f s titoa rte gay, GaIt o tngtid glances Are s "a tr now uie1r i lheek, Rink t,;ant)a, .brow. ~ WT loh h r eaud e t hb th e r e AY;': M .hedlpired scribeh n el: . s.. w.naIgog painbs , tb.rpeo , w f'thoae knighto of God, .isa elf~euhdnlng saints. o eaeat h Sa lescnt no more, d eSads a noberiivalry, t ;., :' ,i .er !: t, . lFt ai b¶otnes the Christian's joy, The Cnrch's-proudest hosaft, a s.'sHeven's deattle -taiblet, fll e I,' h n r eands record y I t0ld,9lety'of theJaess rvant nt oftheir Lord-i = And earl c fhrorn fsrhest regians. rIstoigess of srcy land, Still hallo, with glad,, ulited voice, f ei~tafn an-offcer in the Spanish or WI -Isanislliotowoatd receied at the siege of )e rilsestedl ,bias, attendant to bring him gstoas,9 ehitrfirio-begile o o rsO alescence. fone, how -cot fpd, Tfhey, bhougt him, in thb " f V s ino Bo struck, was he th ispayedh bthese truesol iers~ ofi, Q that Lb5eteptine lo to follow their - ýl~oo l Aefso ly; on his recovory, " o~ rm;O d.dvt himself to i the ,orr.daAef iodBistroa:o, :becase the inns- I *d ftiifode1 4tl r p letyof eoJes. --B tX 3 SUOSST vLoAi.Aa1N r-~··a Ure ary anemleta _i~~~t.celebrata the tlsat o SU1?atiig °t $dveletoktt Hall, an old y-houseet chum l wo dieqdiotent frot the e t ofevon.: The varionubranehes "w xala aoit reh firly repreeoed b `trade teaa :clegymanand a leute a1ýt ~the niagvy. Sgt our hoer Is ot o repr e~en *Mt~re mlin, et ,e'bbeie gc ~c12wl in eyse sos the loerenee. a0 ate inalesrcrid es oeonythlng oioryboy ,elve't k'r albosr In merOthare on Stole= 'icu, ahiadsr44 f ;orner thand crrlh y etolx¶e~aothued Antys-, aH e too vfat ad. torf l btllsevrtig eyb elstte's Arr. o ree stIOa glt fua mor tan onoerSa net ~ eo etob to i a~d.-Ay rend totlbayerarbn ':hi. Heis s fea h its e," en ed that he baa atp~k ot trlse S reentaso Iehlehb tpp esrto th d;a bsi eatteathattlhe a great t habt of 91405 lothing ~toai 4e tral utb on ataoniloee #rr~en tintha da it..much liontopb waiattipafit~g ti ckaea, b csts, an em tloim 6 'a ' twoc sfindero, eY cc~eteeeeol raeterlet ran w ia.eai 4sodplka wittt~4~egrayty . Jaa, r a it abpxrar for te e de enoobh eq ma~ tts~l~~ta ;no,~ a ra ofth e rt lady l. andre wits. ; ý reut ar rig a in yr ohiens ,Ob i bM hbetObe net at brnwpp adtoroaitbsdoe, broat a, w abeodtgfot thi`to harde tir lo.~tbeetteotr er bartendo firltitd. QOTr sy atytie b eh aind the'ar aDpl~ttrenelyd to repeat to thetr teat Ie probably, aho- ore d ata` " bte gdooral hnpp rt. wa a4' l t to iftet to dtoe She saree p te het ds, ehe t t evet hod etebe ier would c e b4 ti tttstii e luoed tat, wbieh·oa were Xji4:o:noone toldl peooibl1 'iISO3pbell~evolthie Mitte Censtooro a sonal, bt that the O ~ ir' to owoetrp nine teenth Ten the wwhetea the ha bejrar tiae r e p t h et o l d e nto e; to aeppt wavex~ MIA ,the 2§ 0#tena aret o ohaa~er sho aF ·au 1, of tocer iwu, to admit tile superority of our lady love at the point of the lance; but of all that was good of chivalry. of couraf., truth, honor, enter prise self saorifice, you will find as muchin the nineteenth century as id the twelfth." tiebrightened up as he spoke, and it was qoite evideot that he believed what he saoid, a cireuto stance which always gives an advantage to a dis' putant. More than one pair of bright eyes smiled ap proval, and ils Constane saw a probability of detection from her ranks. She changed Iler tactics. "You are toomoderate in your claims for your contemporaries, Mr Tyrawley. If I remember right, modesty has always been considered a qoalification eof a true knight." " I am not afraid to speak the truth." he replied: " your theory would'have been shore tenable be fore the days.of thq Crimean war and the Indian mutiny ; but the men who lit their cigars in the trenches of the Sedan, and who carried the gate otDelhi, may bear comparison with Bayard or Ciot de Lion." "O I I do not allude to our soldiers," said she; "of course t know they are brave, but"-and fbre she hesitated a moment until, posaiblypiquod b caase her usual success had not attended her in the passage of arms, she concluded-"but to our dle gentlemen who seem to have no heart for wesmiled.' "Possibhlyyoumay Jndge.too mush by the outslde," he said, "I am inclined to fancy that some of these whom you are pleased to call idle gentlema would be found to have heart enough for an 'ing that honor or duty, or even hobivalpry could find forthem to do." "Ihope you are right," said. tss' Constance, with slightly peeoeptibie curl of her upper lip, which iimpedthat site dill not think so. 'Tyrawley bowed, and the conversation termi nated a few minutes afterward; when he had left the room the conversation of the young ladies was interrnpted by Master George Baynton, aged four teen- wio suddenly attaoked his sister. " I think yon are wrong. you know, when you call Tyrawley a humbug." "My dear," said Constance, with a start, "I never said anything so ru-" "Wel,you implied it, yak know, in your girl's wordt; and I think you made a mistake, for 'he can shootlike one o'clock. never missed a thing, and I bear he can ride no end. He was rather out of practice n his cricket when he cane' down; but he is improving every day. You should have seen the hit he made yesterday-right up to the cedars." 'Do you think there is nothing else for a man to do but ride, and shoots and play cricket ? "'. i that's all very well; but you should hear what Merton, ou secoind' master, says, and a great brick he is too. "Whatever you do, do it as well as yon can, whether it is oricet or werses.' And I believe if Tyrawley had to aight, he'd go in and win, and no mistake."' "Ah!" said Constance, with n sigh, "he has evidently-what is it yon boys call it?--tipped you, isn't it?" Indignant at this insult, George walked off to fid his friend, a.d have a lesson in biiliardsa The' day lingered on, after the sual fashion of wet days in September in fall country houses. There was a little dancing after dinner, but all retired early in hopes ot a finer day on the mdrrow. Tyrawley had some letters to write, so thit it was past two 'before he thought of-going to bed. He always slept with his window open, and as e thasre op the sash a fierce gust of wind blesw t his candles, and blew down the lookiine g glass. i S " Pleasant, by Jove!" hlie soliloquized. "I -on. tf der whether it is smashe--unl ucky to break a a looking-giass-I'm hanged if I know- where the e matches are; never misnd, I can in way to bed in the dark. What a night !" as a isho of lightning -4llUdminated the room for a mloment, and She bent out of the window. "The wno ind must be I" about northwest. Cheerful fobr' anything p to BriStol fswm the soudtnhward, I wonder whalt a 1 storm is like on this coast. I have a great mind o to go and' see. I shallnever be ablesto gA that halt door open without wakinig tiem up; what a nuisance i-Stay, capita idea! 'Ill go to the win don." Before starting on his expedition, te I changed the remains of his evening dress (for he had been writing in bts dressing gown) for flannel shirt bud trowSers, whilst a short 'pea-jacket and glazed hat coilmpletednis array. His room was on the trot door, and he had isitended to drop from I the window-sill; but the branch of an elm came o near, he found that unnecessary, as spriuging 11 oit le wi nithe ground, like a cat, in an in. I tant. He soon found his wayacross the country, "like a bird," to the cliff The sea for miles P seimed ,tleýheta of foam. a .at fah oflightning discovered a group of Ii igures about a qnartei' of a mile distant, and he P distinguished shouots in the interval of the storm. -Be was soon amongst them, anf he found that si all eyes were turned on a vessel which had struck on a rock within two hundred yards of the cliff. ni It 'as evident that she would go to pieces under Ot their very eyes. ,p "e there no way ot opening communication with ler?" he asked of an old coastgUard man. fi "Why, you see, we have sent to Bilford for Manby'seonkels but she must break up betore d' they come." ' 0 "How far is it to Bilford?" a "Better than seven miles, yer honor." S"if we could get arope to them, we might save the erew".,, "edEvery one of them, your honor, but it ain't Ii SI think a man might swim out." "The frseat wave would dash him to pieces against in the cliff." tl SWhat depth of water below?" nt "The cliff goes down like a wall, forty fathoms w atleast," "TThe deeper thie better. What distance to the w Sater" e rr "'A good fifty feet." -c "Waill, I have dived off the main-yard on the Is hesaeake. low listen to me. Have you got om ight,' strong roe ?"' fo ' As mucna as you lie'." at " Well, tite a double coil' around my cheist, and di do yod Snk re to pay it oat fast enough an I sa draw upon It." - "You won't draw much after the first plnge il l bthe same thing as suicide, every bit." s.'Well, we shall see. There's no time to be lost; lend me a knife." And in an instant he whipped off his hat, boots, alnd psa-jacket; then with the knife he cut olfpits sleeves and ths rope passed through them, that it Smlght chafhim less: The eyes of the old boatmhn brightened. There Rwi evdentlysa method in his madness. "You are avery'good tswmmer, I suppose, sir?' Shave dived throug the urf at Nukuheva a *fewi thhoeQ." "I never knew a white man who could do tlw; awley sminle. ",Bntiwhatever you do," he said, "mindandlet me have plenty of rope. Now oo of the way, my friends, and let me hav'e a Lclear start." He walked slowly to the edge of the cilff,looked evdrto see how much the rocks shelvedoutwards, psth eteattsed,looked to see'that there was plenty oI frope for him Ito irry out, then tooka short run, and oesoeed as If from the springing-board of a plunge-beth. He touched the water fullive and hronty feet from the edge of the cliff. Down into eet darkest ldslthe' hi went like a plummet, but oon tso r oe ang% n. -shb e reached the surfeae he saw the crest oa ig.hty wave a few yards in front of him--the wat that hed bed leenjoldwts to dth'hlm life !les paganst the cliff. But now his old experience ofthe Pcilflc stands him In good stead. eFor'two .mrantse he draws breath, then ere itreaehes him Aidlves below Its center. The water dashes St thelifbut the swimmer rises far beyond lIts A faint cheer rises from, the shore as they feel him draw Upon the rope. The waves follow in rapid siccession, and he dives again and agaio, rising like an otter to. take breath, and maliug very steadily onward, though more below the water than above it. We muset now turn to the ship. The waves lead made a clean breach over her bows. The crew are crowded upon her stern. They hold on to the, bulwarks, and await the end, for no boat can live io such a sea. Suddenly else is hailed from the waters, " Ship-a.hboy !"' shoutsl a clear voice, which makes itself heard above the storm. "Throw me n rope or a buoy!" The life buoy was still hanging in its zcoustomed place by the manmamat. Tie caltsau alnmst meclhanically taloiet down, and. willh well-directed aim tirows it wrlthin a yard or two of .le vswimmer. In a moment it is uhrner his arms, and in half a minute Ie is on board. "Come on board, sir," be says to tile captain, pulling one of iis wet curls profe'sinaolv. Tihe captain, asppared to be egardnllg him als 0: visitor from the lower world; so tureilng to lthe crewv, ihe lifted up the rope he Isad brought trom tie shlore. Then for the firet timse tie object of his ilisoiou flashed upon their minds, and a decsslerate, chleer broke forth from all lindso, insol.ld- rt-echoed frrn the shore. Thes a etroltg cable is attoachedi to the small rope and drawn on bsard--then a se oened-and then communication is coomplete. Buts no time is to be lost, for the stern shows signs of breaking up, ansd there is a lady passenger. Whilst the captais is planning a sort of chair in which she might be moved, T'lyrawley lifts Iher upon hisl leftarm, steadies himself with his right by, the upDer rope, and walks along the lower end as If he had:been a dancer. He isthe first on shore, for no sailor would leave till the lady is safe. But they soon follow, and in five minutes the ship is clear--five minutes more, and'no trace of her' is left. Shaveleake Hall has been aroused by the news of the wreck, end Mr. Ravelstoke has just arrived I with brandy and blanketr . 'Hi TTyrawle atvoid: and, thiinkinghe can be of no further use he be- - takes himsiielf across tile countrv once nlore snd by the aid of the friendly ehlo regains his chamber without observation. The lady, whom Tyrawley had deposited in a cottage, with a strong recmmniendation that she should go to sleep iimumediately, was soon carried offin triimsh by Mr. Ravelarlke to the hall, and welcomed byv Lady Grace at half past three in the morning. Theroe wre very few of the guests who slept undisturbed that night. The unusual noise inthe house aroused everybody, and mianiycecur sions were made in unfinished costume to endeavor to ascertain what was going on. The exeitemint culminated when the miscellaneous assemblage who had conducted the captain and some of tile crew to the hall, after being well supplied with ale and stronger liquids, conceived that it would be the right thing to give three cheers at the hmour Sof half-past five. It Was then that Lord Todmulton, an Irish peer, laboring tbder an-erroneous impression that the house was attacked, was discovered on the land i ng-plade, in array consisting principally of a short dressing-gown, flannel waistcoat and a fowl Ing-piece. Breakfast that morning was a desultory meat, People finished, and talked about the wreckhandb began again. At last the captain appeared, and though almost overwhelmed.with the multiplicity of questions, nevertheless, between the intervals of broiledlham and coffee, he managed to elad date matters a little. Then came the question, " Who is it who swomr to the vessel?" Tyrawley had only been at Ravelstoke.a few days, and was a stranger in the neighborhood. None of the servants had reached the coast tilt it was all over, so there had been no one-to reoog nize him: " I scarcely saw him," sail the captain, " but i e was a dark, tallish man, with a great deal of beard." "Was he a gentleman ?" asc'ed tIiss Constance Baynton, who had been taking a great interest in the whole matter. "Well, d'ye see, miss, I cau't exactly say, for he tadn't much on; but if lie isn't, he'd aiake a good one-that I'll go bail for. He's the coolest hand I ever saw. Stay: now i think of it, I Sshouldn't wonder if he was a naval one. for ie pulled his forelock, half aIin';ing like, and said, i'Comle on board, sir, to tso, when We pulled him up." "Perhdps it was Rutherford." sai:l Mr. Ravel stroke, naming the lieutenant in the, navy. " He is tall and dark." "And lie has been lettiog his mustache crow since' he came on shore," observed a ouong lady. "Where is he?'" But Mr. Rutherford ews ione down to the cliff, to inspect the scene of the disaster. "B.egging sour pardon. sir," said the butler "it could not harve ibeasn auy gentleman stoppinge in the house, for the door was fastened till the people came dofn to tell you eof the wrech." At this monte'f--lilf-past 10 , la.--IMr Tvraw- 1 ley walked into the breakfast table. He rnas got up, if possible, more elaborately than usual. "Now here sa gentleman, aobtain, ir. Teraw ley, who has been all over the world, and met with some strange adventurer; I'll be bound hle never saw anything to eilual the aihir 'of last niglhlt." " You'd a nearish thig of it. captain," inquired Tyrawley, spealking very sloly. la io mnner and appetarance quite disarmed any- -n-picion the capo - tain might hare lhad of his idaetity. "Five minutes ioes, sir, odi Davr y tones 's locker would have had os all: Begging your par don. mirl," apologiiung to Constanlce. The captain hit alrheady repeated tile starr a reasonable number of tinl--s, and warn anxiois tad finish his brealifast. So I:,s Constance Sace it all for tie benefit of tie. T-rawley, dressedin her own glowring pIerisods. Tyraley made no observation upon her recital, but took a third egg. " 'ell, r. Trawoley," said se at last, "orwhat do you think of the san s-ho swam out oi the wreck?- ' " Vhv, I think, 'ia Baynton -I think," said lie, A liesitatingly, 4- that lie mnr hlave got very wet, -and I sincerely hlopehe won'-t catch cold.'" There was a generai laugh at this, in which theia captain joined; but it is to bo feared that Miss Conastance stamped her pretty foot under the table. Tyrawler turned aind-began to talk to Iliss Met Itish, who was sitting on hin righlt. As he was speaking tile door on hisi left opened, so and Lady Grace Re:elstokc enltered with the lady so passenger. The lady heard ism speak--and thetre in are some voices which woa an nerer forgbts-and t the dangerous journey over tihe rope had not or passed in silence. Shelaid her hand upon his arm, and said, " Oh, e sir. how can I thank ye?" an Tyrawley 'rose, asin duty bracnd, saying, " Do d not speakr of it. I did not 'now, w-lien 1 came m off, that I was to hans the pleasure of assisting B you." Bat the astonisment of the captain was ieauti- Li falto behold. "iWhy, you don'amcan to say-- Well,I never; ' dash my wig-well I'm--H re's shake hands, sir, will you?' And he stretched across the table a brawny hand, not much omaller than a shoulder of mutton, en Tho grip with wthith Tyrawley met his seemed 'to do a great deal more to cosvince him of his identity than the lady's recognition of their pre- gr Tle day was ps wet as the preceding. Half an hour after brenakfast; Ir. Tyrawley lounged into na the iack drawing:room. There sat Siss Con- 'at stance Baynton, and sy itha singular coincidence n which favors lovers or historians, sthe sat alone. Now Constance had made up her mind that she At wan bound to apologize to Dir. Tyrawley, for her m rude s eeches of yesterday: she had also' de- at eded. that she would compliment him on his gal- o. eant condiuct. Shie had, in fact, arranged a neat, qoiet, cold, fortal and appropriate form of words, in which she would give her views expression. And how do you think she delivere!d them? She got up, said "Oh Mr. Tyrawley i" and burst into tears. If a proud woman's pride is a shield to thee, 0 man, against the arrows of love, remembher that if ever she throws it away--after she has tobm. pelladyou to acknowledge its value-you are both left utterly defenseless. Frederick Tyruwley capitulated at once. They are to be married this nmonth. And if Mr. Tyra-w. toy does not, at some future time, achieve a repo .rtion which no mystery can cloud, it will not be Mrs. Tyrawley's fault. Fnutteulno Turkles., With'turkey at forty cents a pound, it is a mat ter of interest to the farmer to get as much of that commodity as possible inton market. This usned to be one of the'beat of farm crops when the birds were thooght to be well sold at christmas and thanksgiving, for twelve and fourteen cents a pound. It rannot be anything else, when the price is pmultiplied by three. Turkey is at the top of the cale of high prices, and must be about the mostprofitable meat we can raise. Corn can be bought for q dollar a bushel, andit was frequently at that Price when poultry was worth only a shil lilg a pound, Corn will make just as much fleuah now as ever. One great advantage of this hind of slotk is, that they mainly take care of themselves, and do their own foraging. After the young broods are fairly started, say.a month old, they shift .for themselves until the cool nights of autumn come on, when the fattening process should begin. Those make a mistake who put off the feeding later. At this time their feed of grass hoppers, erickets, and other insects, which has so largely supplied their wants, begins to fall off. Tberi is no objection to their roaming still and gathering what theycan; we do not approve of shutting themt up. This will do very well for ducks and geese, but the turikey is a more enter prising bird, and it chafes his restless suirirt to be eoofiaed in a pen, no matter irow well he mry be fed. The lochks wil gather a good deal frrm the 'woods and fields, all tlhrorughi October and 5Novem her, especially if mast is abundan t. What is wanted, is that they Ishould go to their roosts every night with lull crlps. As tie insects drops off their other food should be inrreased. At first they need only be fed at night. This will not pre vent their excurssos in the morning. They will makoe tfor their familiar pastures as soon as the)y leave their perches. IRcgular feeding will encotr- age thlrem to cone home earie, and t, roost lear tho farm buildings where they are safest. A ton or two of turkies io too ltncli prolperty in tlhtce days to lhave lying ronnd looase. ELecaurage thel! to come at call and hkeel tihe flocksra well i hand.: As the weather grows c,-ider is-cese the fei ed and imlerove its quality. To prllote t thrift, nthi irg perkhups is better than bo , ed 1otatoes mhaeshed efps with oat or cortn.treal rind given war. To prevent wasting, these should lie fed in troeest. made for the puIrpose. The bird is a gross feeder, and almost otanyhing tlhat ordinarily goes to tile rig stye will he accepthhble. lie Isas however his decided tastes, antd -know s on which side he bread is hbutteredl as well as talfler bipees lie Ihas ane eagle eye for grain, oats, Ibarley Ihucl ekheat and corn, and hisl eye twinkles with delight at tlie siglrt of this golden grain. His flesh tells the sttsry of his keeping. For tile last six weeks of his life be'stould bhe Sied wilth corn as the standardl diet, A lean bird is not tire tling for forty cernts a pound. Be honest, give himt a plump corn-fed fowl, and sleep with a thriving pocket and a good con science, though the crib grows lean. . * A erlean Agrlculturist. DO'1T PATROSnZt HMIr.-A country dentist ad vdttisee that he will spare no pains" tO render hisbperatiogs complete and natisfaetory. MEDICAL. SOUTHIERN TONIC.SOUTIRERN TONIC After several years of successful trial both in this city and inthecountry. at the requeI t of , number of persons he hae beeenbe-ftedby its use, we ha-ve concluded to pre sent to the public A Southern Tonle, And tulst that they may not regard it as a Quack Medicine Before venturng to give publicity to this Tonic, the re sipe wa shom to several of the most promlaeut physicians of this city and pronounced by them an excellent Tonic. The recipe will be shown to anyd respectable phyalcian who may desire to aee it. Unlike the many remedles that are ofered to the public, this Tonice does hot cure every disease. All that it caims i i its wonderful power of RESTORING TILE FUNCTIONS TO THEIR NATURAL CONDITION after having been embarrassed by disease. This TONIC is prescribed by Physicians in the following' INTERMITTENT FEVERS, BILLIOUS FEVERS, DYSPEPSIA, -L D DEBILITY RESULTING FROM ANY CAUSE. Prlice--1 per Bottle., WRera it necessary rertlitcae ater yrtifnc;ata cohld Ibo np. pedaed to th!s from Well li-,wu citizens. i,:', we deem it use. less. Soldyby all Dr ggilts. -PREPARED BY S. R. CISAIBERS, DRUGGIST, C *zYP er LibertyL a..d Erato streets. A YE 'S PIL..LS ...........r. & aEa' PILLS. Areyou sr'k. feeble and eo,,np n nný' Are 'yon n't of otract Aith your sr-:bm d.'rn.1 ad ad ureen,. .a ncoa aa amfortal'e? nn The*E srmpt'.ms re oftncu thr' pre!.i.e toeih. illness Some Ig ht of ikne-sra i eraeepa g a ua ,roy aa anllalal be avrted oy le@timely u~e of thle rI,_t [rreriedv. Take .Avrr's oiln aud clean ae lltt aadiaorde- hh -rll - purafa illybl ir.l and let the fluid. maa e on ubohstruted to hahlah aalan. Thr -timn ·lAle tethe ntnc:iotas ,fthe 1".6 iuto 1 ,~r.m, u.etlvltv Purify the ofsystem [fron[ the .bstntrniz'"n which ennke diseis'e A cold settles sonerthere in athe ody- and derlath dta-a s t•a il. tions. Tihese, t, toteiiered, rect unu i-he ltuelb e anda the surrnundin- args.ns pnI,¢ cinia ,. xt ni ..rawLvion . ttrrin.c Pt a, d dereA "ent, lV,!lfi e t lt rh 1 ,: 1i i.u o=' tal;e A-,er s Pilla eand l eo how tree.v tiou rerlUrr n, aClt: of tdia r0, atea, and with it thaaaa,. b re ,-u ofa- enllahh naai> V'ha trdeandsoaapparent a , till arival ad lc, a[ . amplaint s ,o tre a .mv of the deep seated aaud-lagert m .eert The samte purge lye eff.ect expel. ;izvl. t'suned bus i1 i r ) rtr,.tn~n.md drenuewnt= o tile natural fu netons ,gth rd [- , they are rpaidl,:ala d ri-r o:'/h in en:uala cired by- lie ý} ame mealn'. None m.;ho lci" he virtue of ti:e-ePril, will eglect to cpin l en tai' .eu S lerhinLfrm t hea dil,rdirr ao" a.tad, Hlda,,Ia hF,!a. lba-.aa.aaa 'f D'ote'. . Il' eon:p'oint., Ind,g;esdtln. IDcraln"",`;uetnt f the 1ln "e'r. ,)rv lie-, Con'tipa ta fit aAa, ip r r ilaha, Drop-,, \ar anld llppre-l~ ll, wle .e n inll [11 Is l ,- esl··i r hiy lare u-a, rcord. s~, if, tt the nn.: rel it:re can take hen: "easily. ndltheb areeasrly thle est nargative medaauaa ao a diasoveretd. AaAye a's Cloe .tre, a For tihe eedr nraaincara n care a f Iltartm ittena Fever. or htIlls iturd N'etern Remttlent Frc, '~h er h l r.e " u,, ) .%.q Pet d i,.t Headache a r dil.a;, ita,,bael and ah dlua, F"er,, inde'Ied fu~r the whxe le o" di-ý t*-,,rl T: n nt u¢, in IHi,rr de'. Sraugeilnent, cl`,ledhby the . hd trl~,['n :,. iI ee, ri1 ie's. Tahis ra eeahasrarely f.ad eda- to a a.l-e,[ aes of Chills snAd Feter, and it" [Ii. thi nrea:. tdvarrt,_a niei nmor Ague redkicine.' tht 1,ub~lue, th-e c,,mpl ot " n un t nury I1 -t [h Di R t t. d¢ e,,t~~ns 11o ,isletme or oth~er r ,leter i~m n ' l.tmnce, nor dloes '[ r,,.e ,t :,vnm or any iju;,ns effect w atmer. Shlakinhg.ru,!tllr,. of:'.e irnu}x , d rho \-esy. try i[, andyeau rwil indorse tlhle.ea aerri.,n" Ptrepared by d. C. IAYLR b CO., Lan il, 3a.-s., ad sald by a. J. iltRT b: f'., Winlt ci Agents," N Irlean .r DB.IIIIRIN i,: BlUIS-40 IS DIGESTIVE SLozengegs nd Powders of the A ltnSat e Letdte---Tht Alkaliae Lactates eaereiae the most benea-iial influence over the derangements ut dieBstion, either by their peculiar action i nthe mucous muembrane of the stomach,~b or by sffnrding to tr th paireddibgestio are: !ieadache, pa-in in tle b ra ada heml rania, gaa tritis, abnha .aia, haaraiura , bild in thba stomach and bowat l loss of appetite, eAma hiat eltcl . All these soon Sdisappear bnder the action of the Alkaline Lactates, which pmatbe always had t loizengebx r p aowder a aeneraal dept in Paris- atRI GIM A ULT CO'S, Chemists to H. I. H. Prince Napolea,.. 43 ra Rbibhalieu.a ' In New Orleans. at DUCObNGE'S DELOOHE'S, GUIL LOTS and at every other good Chemsat'sa . THC S L aetTaTI t YALE or GRIMAULT A O.S(Chemists in Pari.; Ferrulnous Syruop of Peruvian Bartk In solving a awablem, hitherto declarea unsolvabla byall avants t. e. the lOaIBINNG OF' IRON WITH BARR aalled aer.ainos Syarup of Peruia-an Bmk Messrsa . G1I IAULT A uo., Chemists to H. a. H. Prinae tapolena at Paria. hbave discovered a medicine of a neceptional merit, and a he ost highly b ompetent persona nw agree in recogniza g ita greal medi~cal value. The fallowmg Important document has been received from Garmlt' -, country recognized o posses' the ffrschemists In ae woild. It a from Proear letzainaki. Chemica aalaalyzea Sthe Laa Courts whotestie In the followin termsto tbhe "alue of the Syrup of Bark, (Sledical Gazette of Vfuuoa. Oct I Mr. OGRIMAULT has aucceedad In the happiest manner In Aomhinin relative aualities o difa!ent parts of his PURE AND EJCRELLENT ODIUINEa. the more a o as the lroa thuba disauised. in addition to itsa agreeabla favor Is mucb morter aidly absorbed than any Cther larru nn alp edicine. Mr. OiMla ULT'S FERRUGINOUS a la a YRUis therforeoaaa of the best pharmaceutical prepart on--a truly seientiflc tlrruoin ous medicine, which has solved the therapeutic problem long sought afer ofglvlng lron and bark in a implean, agreeable forma free from deaect and sataeactorata all tarpia [Signed] VINCENT KLETZINSKI, Chemical Analyzer to the Law Coart. Haospital Chemlte I. A R. DU WEDN,. Professors o Chemlistry. Let us now eea in what terma the French Ambassador aa Vieata replaesao taeatrs. Grimanalt a Co. as aregada thehigh estlimation in wh hi Mr. Klataina i Is held: "Faa.cu Eplsasr Vzl, Tv A, Vienna, Aagust Ha, 18t. " Oa Taaoa-In reply to the 'attr you adredaedatahbs Ecellaeya the aAmbassador. I have the honor tb inbaom yao that Protaaaar g!eataisai is a man of high standing at loenona, that he to peraonally much thought of ad passes for one of the best hestaa in Germany. PIERRET, Consul and attache to the Embassy. GenaaalDapot In Pari,. GRIMACLT a CO.'S,. 43 a-e Richeliea. In New Orleanst DUCONGE, DELOCHE & GUILLaOT'S And at every gaadl Chamlt'aa F sENCH MEDICINES IN VOGUE BY GRDIAULT & CO., Chemlsts to H. I. H. Prince Napoleon 43 RlE RICHELIEU, PARIS. No MLore Cod Liver Oil. GRIMAUILT'S SYRUP OF IODIZED HORSE RADISH This syrup a employed with the ba ateatt success, in place al CodlaverOll. towhich lt i inialmtely nprlor. It eatntdit eases of the chest scrofula, lymphatic dt-srder., green slck esso macalar astony sliad loss of appetite. It regantaaasthe conatiLutlon by parifyipg the bloo and i, In a word, he mtt st poawerl dlepratial kanown. It aever fati" H the toach aad boaala, and iaadaalaaerad aith la e abaataaaaa etlaayato =at ablldaren sablect to humors or oba.-t omaat of tha gla, At lt is very eacacioua in the dleaaae ar the tkin. No More Consumption. GROIMAULT'S SYRUP OF HYPHOSPHATE OP LIlE This aew rad elne is a sovereign remedy In phthisls ab d other diseases o the lungs, ptromptly removeas a all the most oerioad symaaoms. The ughb is relieved, tbhe night weatet aeata, and the patient rapidly recovers hi healtlh. No Maore Poverty of the Blood and Pole Compleatlon. DRS. LERAS' PHOSPIATR OP IRON. Thtanew for.rnglaousa medicine contains the elements of the blood and bones, aid iron in , liqnu ato. It in different trmm allhitherto .tflred to th public, is I lllda a ole aaaaaand ladrte leIa. It slleedly curaes chlorsls pan nthe a-tomach dittieult diestian daysmeltorrbaea al tnemia. The utoority o tOhe Atdelettiba of SIeflieine of Paris re.om mend the Phoaalate of Iraon o iallta ot delicate eontatntaon aufforhlagfrot al eaault, ,aa d all other aer+-a- iatiaaned trom vor axetyp-, nervous emotions, overworka gesdral debility atid poor~ , r ) .h-i. It a tile only preparation wlich aaver ataaea consatipation and can be borne by thne most delicate gto:jechs. Nervouo Meardache- anod Neuralglal Intoautanaealy curad by GRIMAULT'l BRAZILIAN GUIARANA. A vezetah e substance, nsed from time immemorial in Brasil and aleualrely iuauIai a a.a Bettle Thala Copalba. dAULT'S CAPSILES AND LIQUID EXTRACT OP AIATIC VEGEIITA.,IS. He"are all other prpsr ationh hate fal edI these ireparat on will a arays effect a care.a T ba.a-tallds ra.id mtd rayor-diatary aale o asvae Realta an l carnle as.- a of privatl dlasaaE. T -ya aru used iu th hbldal. - of 'ari, by tile celerated Dr. Rioad, .aad ara foua d aretai aa-preryr ta all a itala-o know a-aerl aareldiea aad c paiu.a nta ,abab. . Tho i"ljbtat used in recent uud c.11sl00 In more chromle'e*sa.. OaGneraldepolH Pt Aia at aRIMSAULT CO.'S Chemists to H.. L H. Prince Napoleon l43 ra Ribhelia. Sold I New Orleans by DUONG DELOCaIIE, oULLO7 And -verygood ahemist. , E BPHILOSOPIy OF MARBEA - - Ttaa blaaaya Yb It~-Iaaa Th furlerture. eutitled "The ?·h[.olrhr of Yarriago," as delivered at the Newa York Anato.'a l tearaum, 618 Oraad ay, New Yaork, ra- be had in New Orleans at tr. F. ebllr, V( Jaytl ataa,, Priaa 2H caaaaaIa. l taaby a8 8 say-"as SCe.E.K '.. x ..AWEED TONIC, MANDRAKE PILLS. The Sea-Weed Tonic I. n Stimulant, AND NONE OTHER IS REQUIRED WHEN IT IS USED. IT IB PURE AND PLEASANT. NO BAD EFFECTS LIKE WHEN USING BOURBON WHISKY,. wamen nlSORDnRs T. STOKa.II, TORPORS TN . NrT.H LOCKS WATIR. DROPSY SETS RN, ASD N H PATIINT DiES SUDIDENLY. THE SEA-WEED TONIC PRODUCES LASTING RESULTS, THOROUGHLY INTIGORATING THE STOMACH AND DIGESTIVE SYSTEM AND ENABLING IN TO ELIMINATE AND MAKE INTO IIEALTTHIY BLOOD THE COOD WBICHI MAY BE UNED FOR THAT PURPOSF. IT IS SO WONDERFUL IN ITS EFFECTS -THAT A Wine Glass Full vwill Dlget a Hearty MHeal, AND A LITTLE OF IT TAKEN BEFORE BREAKFAST WILL GIVE A TONE TO THE STOMACH WHICH FEW MEDICINES POSSESS THE POWER OF DOING. The MANDRAKE PILLS -N'y be tNake with entire safety by NIl an crs N ad conditions, prd in'ei the g,-IN results thN con bstied oinlo frm Calomel or ay other Ledcureedi Medi. iu .s, ead rwithout any ,f their hurtiol or inlarionu rtestle Tbey enlry out of the nystem the Ne uient, anI wroreout lst ters, losaened and diNsoIvi by m- inSEA-WEED TONIC. Dr. Sanmel Glllert'i Preparations. DR. SAMUEL GILBERT, so celebrated as hNviuN had,N or Ntl last tnwentyive ynrs, in thN treatmNntB o CHRONIC DISEASES, themost nern i esedncal Pracutieein theS usnch haN atlas. couseted to allow severall of his mist e.tusead remedise h h prepared snd sold as proprietary medicines. This re,',l1tto hal been engendered by the repeated slicltltiwos el th',.e tvh, have c-poienNd- the benfit oN his re-rable prN,[eslo. skill, end by the imposir bility of giving especial attetilo n tr eacsh of tshe written pplicsatons made to hiNm Ir p eecrpl'.iNi by thoSe whnse necnaNary cile;unStaOlSce, orlusi :le hOabit= preclAude the ponibtiiiiy I applyiuNg n person to him. The Publle May rest Pssyured that the manufacturers spare ne!ther pati. ns or expense in the preparationof these remned!es. They are made of the very best medicineo kn-'u, in a highly concen trated form, upon strictl y cietlioc prmoeplea. Dr. Samuel Gilbert's General Alteratlve iActs directly upon the Glan.J and Mucous Mercblrneý-xtmu eating them'to additionn a: v-ty in their n ctur , elimmna:ing from the Circ::at:ig Finid, the u:i d Effete e (and m disease. M,:rbid) Miatter, and er:pelltng then - th. ;as the Skin, Kidneys, Liver, and Alament.ary Can, ! ,,ra t ie System. It i,, therefore,o adapted for the re olef h, Diseseaes ecting thse orgens, and of the mucous mems:rad.,i linilg them, such as ERUPTIONS, TETTER, ULCERS, SCROFULA, JAUNDICE, GOITRE, CHRONIC INFLAMIATiN OF S BLADDER AND TLERCUS, LTC. It is particularly useful in SUPPRESSED MENSURATION, HEREDITARY TAINTS, SYPHILIS And maladles arising from long continued ase] of Ca: Blue StIrs Corrosive Sublhmate, kower's Sl,intitn, Dono'rana' Solution, and other preparations of Mercury and Arsenic. .Dr. Samuel Gllbert'. Tetter Ointment Is a most excellent preparation for the cure of that class o maladies usually termed DISEASES OF THE SKIN, and which are popularly know as CHRONIC ERUPTIONS, TETTER, PIMPLES, BLISTERS, SCABS, SCALD-HEAD, MILK-CRUST, RINGWORM, ETC., ETC. It will also kill ITCH and oerlo rm which prey nopn Itthe Skin,. It ftftens and detacbsthe excremenuttiousm.ttor deposited upon the skin; heals the Ceracks. Bl,1ers and Pim. tPlt, and renders the cutaneous aurface smoothl nd plahl . It I habeen used by Dr. GILBERT, with most satisfactory result, for many years. It s oferd for sale, in this style, from the grm convieton that It must necessarily meet with the hearty approbation ofthose who make ue of it. Full directions for the retnod of sing these remedies, a plain and aecSrate descriptlon of a number of the different varieties of Skin Diseases and many va1uabl suggestions. in regard to their cres will be found printed on circular aeIom panyplg each package. These pnggestions are the fruit o most ample experience aoquired by Dr. Samuel Gilbert during his extraordinary profslional career in the treatment of this clas. of diseases in the cities of Memphis, New Orlean0 and Nw YTorkl; and will, it Is expected, enable most , uprobsOlhna persont t treb their on cases with much greatei success th that which usually falyto the lot of ordinary physlclan. Dr. I rookahst' SarsnpOrilla Componsd, For the Speedy and Permanent Cre of Liver Complaint, Scrofula, or Kinge' Evil, Dyspepes., Dropsy Neuralga, Epilepsy, Erysipelas, St. Anthony's Fire, Pimples, Pultu!es, Blotches, Boils,Tumor,, Salt Rheum, Ulcers and Sores, Rheumatism, Pain in the Stomach, Side and Bowels, General Debillty5, Uterine Ulceration, Syphilis --And- MERCURIL DISEASE, And all Complaints arising from or reasultln in IMPURE BLOOD. It I1 do0bl the strength of any other Sarsaparilla Compound n the market, and 1i indorsed by the Medical Faculty a the BEST AND CHEAPEST BLOOD PURIFIER E TANT. Read the following commendation from Dr. Abbott, of Be,. ton, widely known as one of the most successful practitioners in the country: OSTO., De. 6, 18563. DR. E. R. KNIGHTS, MELROSE, MASRACHUSETT- Dear Sir-I hae used Dr. Larookah', Saraparilla Cao. pound in my practice forseveral years, and after a careful ob servatinn of ite effects, I do not hesitate to say that it is, in my opinion, the SUREST, SAFEST and CHEAPEST REMEDY for SCROFULOUS and SYPHILITIC DISEASES that has over been made avaiable to the medical profession. Fralternally yor., S. Y. ABBOTT, M. D. Prle, 81 00 per Bottle. --Prepared by DR. E. R. KNIGIITS, CHEMIST, MELROSE, MASS. DR. LAROOKAGII'S India eetamble Pulnmonle Syraup, Cures Coughs, Colds, Whop!o s Coagh. Croup, Ast llm, C, 1arrh, Bronlchil., Pain, in tie ide, N11ht 51eat*,1 .oao eneso , to which 'oblic Spcakers1 and Siugers are liable. Contlu, pti,o in ts early stagel and all Discases of tile Throat and Lungs. Indorsed by the highest :edic.,l autlhority, clergymen I every dono:niuatio, a ,lre, editor%, pro..,,rs inl u, varlot, e of any of the Cougoh Fl'repardouli ot which opium and erne are tie h Pso, t 1er 1rom I1on. G. W. Gooch, Member of Congress from M,3Iaeal:r.ttn : DR. E. R. KNIGiHTS--Dear Sr-- have used Dr. Los- t ah'- Syrup in my. [mu!lf fbr nix year.,, and have roat, it an t eleat remedy ior CougS,, Coldls, Sore Thrlont anld al! C,,m. umtptiveo(omphhlats, etc. Iilnto reco,mmended i: to several PrsiIe , whobave received gret bel1efit flor Iot us GIVE IT A TRIAL Price 50 cents and S1 pr.r lottle. DR.E,. B. KNIGHTS, Ploprietor, Melrose. Massachusettsl DEMAS, BARNES & CO., New Yorr DARNES, WA.TD A CO., lew OrloeS DI. MAU.IE'L'S PiLL.S AND SALVE A NEW AND GRAND EPOCI IN MEDICINE. Dr Miagglel't Pills and Salve. These wonderful Medicines are now so familiar to the people that but httle Indorsement of their value as a Physic need be made. The Pills.of I r. Maggl contaiu no mineral. They do not grpe, and they do not enfeeble the system by extreme pusging. They are univerysal t creating A VIGOROUS APPETITE! Andcorrespondlngly strengthen the digestlon. They tone the Llver, elarthb Head, and teady the Nerves. To those who are ntt familiar with the use of DR. MAGGIEL'S PILLS, As an antl.billoun remedy, the following extracts from varloo letters will be, it is hoped, at ufficlet importance to justify the qutting of them hyre: What the Pattentt Say of Dr. Matglel'' Pills and Salve. The best Pills for headache I ever htd." " y liver works hko an engine, tlanks to your Pills. ' "I am pleayed to say to you, Dr. Maggiel, that I won not he withrtt a box of your Pill8 for curing me of morning nau sea, for the tdorld." "YoT will ind Inclosed oney dollar; ,Your Ps:lt are onll 25 cents, but I conider them worth to me oLe d ,lir." "Dar Doctor--My tongre had a far on it ,ery morning like Ithe baelslf ac ltt Mour illa tok it tayi " " I took half a pill and crnhed it to powder, and gave it in jelly to my tittle tbab lfr cholera morbus. Tst near it, e pet vas well in three hours after." " I suppyoe it Ui hardly worth while ttell you my brned oot bhas .ot wefl fllm the use of ou r alve. lu.luJoed ud 2: cents fr another box to keep in ,Le heliusa." "Send me ano:her byox of Sle." "anc ued arnd 75 centu for two boxes ofyour Mlaggie!'s Pill and one of Salve." "T mPodi: gentil yet searching medicine I eer waltl~wed." MAGGIEL'S PILLS AND SALVE Ardm ramosr vorsral in their efects, and ,s c:;re ,an be a!most FOR BILIOUS DISEASES Not', e tisabs more prljucty e of cura thny thew I'yit. Tl'hatr a'mv agc :nti ucce i (ti't t t O, atd the ni.t'y c, titi .t f th,! e sk it K din, r ---si l ,V e , aTr r alae. The,, remuies art mae ermo tar paurest rteAst good ffect in prrled dua te to:., Ad Ch ept:m of the skin, the l.,ty y. nc- ,hi l. ula.::· a ct.. to t`ho very foUL U: :tie rt!. DR. p MAO IEL'S PILLS AsD!.ma, e.at, hey, B Eath BC omplaints, C . , Plitu C Old N P I IS A Dflt , OLChe Distt.ts , iuntt a Wekneth i ,d Co ? iven D - Liver ee m ue tit, Dy oEpsti, L,,tWRnesD o Spltrlt, Diarrhea, Ringuwom,. Dr Cpsy t, Rheatttist lt, Deblity, t Sell Rh-m15, Fever and A ge, Scuds, Skin Dieeaese. Each Box Contaln. 12 PIIL. O sNE FILL IW A DOSE. L' NoTics--None genuine w Nthtu t the eraved tral, rkit aroand each put or box, signed by D)CTOR ,,. MAt}GIEL, Nrew York, to cunterfeit which is felony. SSold by all respectable Dealers in medleie, throughout the United States and Canada, at 25 coets per box or put, BARNES, WARD & Co, Agents, New UrJrtnea GALLIGHAN'S PILLS -ron- CHILLS AND FEVER. A Certain Cure I 0allgheon' Pills arecomposed simply of Vegetable Flel cleos. Pheyare Cathartic Pills, acting upon the Strmxciý Liver and Bowels; 0 otaiuing no Arsenic, o'aolmel. Bhl .MI-. or ay ,ther lnlral substanoce. The great advota, e the pro. preto. c'im fortheoe Pillsis. thatwithot the ,d of Ca elns Blue Mals or other minerals, they will care the most ob. ,tin.te caes of CHILLS AND FEVER, DUMB AGUE PERIODICAL HEADf HE, PNURaLOIA+ andallaffactions af like character. Follow thF diretions. and you will Fnd they will do all that is chaimed tor thm'. 'r, We havesed alll hans Pills, andhave never knon them to fail to care when the directl.lun were# iuowWd, end -ubaei. totltluy recomlmend hem to p0bli0.ou ton THO1 . J. J UOUE, e Sure of Alabam- p a Hen. ROBT. DOUoHEK. o, Judge Niuth Circult Court el Alabama. Cul. JNO. W. A. SA NFORD, Attorney Ooneo'l Ah hob DANIEL SAYER, Grand Secretary Grand Lodge of ia sons, Alabamac WI. U. WALLE Rher ffMontgomery county, Alabama Col. AR. . LITHERALL. Col. W. CRAWFORD BIBB, I . Co J. . RIDDLE New Orleans, late Railroad Contractor, Alabama, Ceur .Is, tc. Sajor h.. A . ^ANKe. ommRFsio MOerchant, New Orleans. 010. MAON, Esqo., MayoE Wetumpka, Alaotru . Wohole-alel Agentst THOS. W. MARSDEN, 48 Broadway, New York. HARRHAL, RILEY & TOMPKIIRS, ChmiFer st.reet, N.Y. EDWARD WILDER & CO. Louisfile y. 0 BARNES WARD g CO., ew Orleans, La. E. J. HAhT I CO., . . Sold by all Druggists. etall Prlee-81 O per Box. BLOUNT A HALE. olF Prupriatoro, Montgomery, Alt. Da 4. WHITE'm INaSTITTE-. 1 OCARONDELET STREET. In rear of the lty Hall, The firt aim of human begs tois happiness, and happinesl Impitle heatbof body ano mFInd. Dr. White&s extptolnce and sueceFs for thirty-oe yearF, YI anextenlve pratlee Inlarge cities, have brought to him for treatment a vasot 0mo00 of VaTo form of disease, both aoC And oh[nolo. Hi remedies restore the tormch, liver and blood, and 1r cretion ad excretionotls of the entire system n ounhealthy ot ahelthy onditlon. Instead of njring any port of the esy ter or the constitution, they renovate and repair the Indorle and wastes of the entire orManerm; with truly t soun mind itr Ntotod body. TheInstitute is establfshed for the c Dre of all acutend chroniE dloaeso, vio: Rheumatoics, Colds, Cooghs, BroncFltis, Lhary chi le, AEthma, Consumptlon, and all diseaseo of the Throat Longs, Heart, Liver, Spine, Stomach, Bowel.; Costiveaess Dyspepsia, Scrofula, ing', Evil, WhiteSFerlngsI: all SorI Ulcerso,Abeeses, Cancers, Plies, Fitola, Syphilis and .o,,r. rhasIn all their stages, Mecoral nd hereditary tarnt, all ra o 1ealmprlties of the Blood, Jaundice, Dlseasel of t7e E)ae Brain., oitre, (Big N0d e ) DiDseo.es . thie aifdua. Orv Dlobeoti, Dropsicl Diseases, all Femaleo Alilneoo, Weakoness Wasting and Nervuous Affetionas; Sick, Nervouo ,ad Sun Heof ache; Depreoion of Spirits, Hippocondr. a, o lly-oers, Fits of FSp.ao,-. We repeatl t1e worst lrapGti..,O, t , ,o,o tll sorts oo uleb , of whatever nature, to tte iopilE.t [.i:,cer, whlc, s, oriotouly aItho h oumanty, are P-o, llIy oaud oper, ne-ont lc ciret One or two oeurs oaet at the Institute wthb Dr. WOote ore queutly save weeo s of fovor or othoooolr. ,e0r .- ,ien life. Now tlhat cOumolenlciuoo is olpeln aot, ihe receives collsper sonally asn by letter as +ormlaly from ill par:e el the c[unatt Cor.l-t atinI iree--[Anna ,s l.,t ""t-,lttter.; "" D B. DE ANI)IDIE'B SARSAPARILLA BITTERS. The ottcntoon of the Phlle. o I-.o o ab a tountry 'ads is re i o sptct fuoly called to the iftrl,,Ou.oi ,,ti t!:, Stot, t' j ,llt ttiltr,.l.. Th mest PLea.a. t F o.d Vflttlo 0i'.0 hIt bo:,a to, ever behiel tn,duced io thie .outry. The trde o generaool cn boe ECo plFeo by the fihlowing (trllers ant l)-.og¢tso Fato, Malrks Co., b3,45 ana l; New Lovee strFeet Gri0in 1 Porch, 37 fndl3 'fei'outntolao street E. J. Hart A Co., 73, o5 and ii TchooMto,.aos treeL L. Baset, cr. Gravier and TohoopitnulOs btreots. F. Aver & Cmbon, 59 and fil Old Levee ttreet. John T. Moor[. For. Poydrat and New Levee areet-. Wm. C. Mitcfell, eFr. Camp oand Poydre treets. Cse, I Dov;long, 30 Poydras street. T. W. MarFden, Druggist, coo. Msgoalnoo and Or.ver. Tourer & WaKls, Druggist., For. Royal and Cootomhoot 0, N. MORRISON. Agent, 12 MtgoOiRstreet. J. G(ONEGAL'S COL.UiHUN. - 20 ...... T. UO..ARLE TREET ....... 20 DRUGS, MEDICINES, CHEMICALS, PAINTS OILS, GLASS. DYE STUFFS, PERFUMERY, ey Fnecy Good., at Wholesale. JAMES GONEGAL, he bu NO. H ST. CHARLE STREET, NEW ORLEANS, lfy Having reeeived, by hate arvals, a large stock of FRESH and NEW DRUGS, in addition to the large assortment of Shand, I am now prepared to supply the large and incrog wants of the DRUG TRADE SOUTH. The following articles comprlse a part of my etoc: Acids, all kinds Alcohol, Balsom Copabl., Ammolila, Carbonate, t Blue Mas, Bay Rom, S Borax, Blue Vih, Calomel, Briato,tne, y nthmrade., Castor 011, Ch:oride Lime, Chalk, red and wht,!, Ce Concetrated L Chloroform, Cream Teart Copperas, n ludigo, Outtle Fish BonS e Ietntl, Ipecac, LMcorice, JRlap, Led dLier Root Lunar Caustic Macna, M)gnests, MuSk, Morph..e, l Nctmegs Opium, Qulckrllver, Quiniue, Rout auelone, Rochelle Salta, Sulpur., Puuce tone, Tunic. Syrlr.ges. Eporn Sa:Ls, Turpeutline White Lead nt OiD, ,ot Sit~pr. UiticFFF. Emery Floor, Ether. So:ptrl, Emery, f,t and t , a , ExtEracts, solid ad Sold, iolauoer S:its, Flao Seed, G^ Arabic, Fa Seooed, ground, m: S floc, Gum Afokedits, Gum Myrrh, oum Caopnor, Glyterbe, Gdn Tra.gcinth, , , % S 2ergamot, .ierb ,fre.h, ' t'. I'.d L:ver, whaL e, Oil A·i.e, o 1, Cod [Lver, da.rk, Oil, C'u,,rn, o0, Ofive plot, and qug~a , Oil, ('rot, o , a.,ar.s, Oil, Le-ri, Pepper, lack, Oil, 'epeormiot, Po:a2, Chlorat l W inmrmreen, Patty, Pcper, (hye-.ne, s,;.;eiro , P(t'aoj. Io aide, ~Hp, Ca.s:_e. fi.' r[t-]a, Oi.oe, z~til,, :n jors tand bottles, Alum, od., BlcU,;rbouae, SodC, 8. Whie Wea, PERFUMERY, Fanecy Good. Stotlotery, Combs, Brmtes, Cologne BaHudherchlef Extracs,O Pomades, Flaeoring, Toilet Articlee, Poff and Powder Boxe oapegs piaht and fancy, Patent Medioines, eto 1 Ordenreelsved frhem the cootry wii meet ee th prompt attetio. JAMES GONEGA, iSt Charelesatmeet HUBBEL'8 SUPERIOR OLD CABINET BRANDY, io. EDICATED., AN UNEQUALED REMEDY FOB DIARRHlEA, EUMMER COMPAINTm CHOLERA, CHOLERA MORBUB, 0 GRIPING PAINB IN THE BOWELg -aN CHRONIC DIARRHEA. It S highly approved by the Medical FuMYlt fro mhaneg of Water and DIe,. THE CABINET BRANDY Has been Sd with amost 'aunpealele.d succeu for the past Twenty Yer , cn aue of DIARRHEA, CHOLEBA MORBUS, COLIC, eta SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS, AND EVERT BOTTLE WARRANTED. HUBBEL', CELEBRATED GOLDEN BITTERS A PURELY VEGETABLE TONIC Ia.vgorattfg and Strengthennlg, Fortlies the ystem against the evil efects o: unwholesom v ter. For sale Is all prts of the world! *- CENTRAL DEPOT-American Express Building o eudeon street, New York Mnufoactory--ludson, N, Y. OEO: C. HUBBEL & CO., P:oprletors O80LE AGENT, J. GONEOAL. WHOLESALE DRUGGIST, , ...............t. Charles "' 'r N............,,, NBW ORLENAY