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t red Kon ttge ey hveiaa fo.] ili been obliged to reagn his lea;'become, they e sa. -lenent ad rb.riM o plaerthe a a nofthaeotro "O a titente t herlffo'f Cal - l srtha lave lmpelledleli '` da when the election va over t tet I o th~egtprospect of the ` . ro s tee eo m= 0; e i e a salttbhe time _ W o n m86 any agood deal, el noltdec htonema - e as opal 1gpite of liia oainpe eiit oot-to a t t wa f~l*9do! F all j rieit gthto aotini~a lot ot snc proceeds to, siteg ;hoaeiiao that I ooul4' o and a capital, baut they' 6- I l.ae"d:men all fhey could Dktde lerme,eqd .lberea onu e between a capiao and K Buteldodtey wire makineg itoihe office, I determelned to try o ý lb~f, aned give satisfaction, but orot looey or do . ' wyyýt else could I do t.e.1o q m eber1Oug. go a - marry era I80olte. 4C F t#1OTti5 U Ann UTOUAICou OP --mrXao l ariOv 01' TH 0d0 btli U ir~ntwc.1COO TtDTO P0050o0 D D8 Admv OF $10,000 WL.. s,, tira4e glilo Tamss~l d e~b gvOqefaeitoot~ee, orlcipally oP d~no ,so *$1 bil, ,Sla.y r- pe cent piefees ftin lately bseeoi br h to~il .. y. chlh, acooidering the chrctr apqý o at th01 pa~0eo, hyo some thig eo n tl touar a~eeng~ b~ot it. $o far as cnn be~ ocaedartpt eae only two per longwerecos autewith W th St1of of this cntrfi yiob hinvolved over $2000 -wn of hill 5~t ct d 0twenty er vent a et La outgomery Shaw. Therme is00iars anhis name wouldindi *0T ilke otIa n0tion, 1tee~po fruit t ftore ot 0late street, end a o·oioyy athe sale of canPles adfrosts, but Saeisnt sets to have' made tall lthebyto kfohip ambition or' his wftoli Tfe buoeose'of tae 1atte named indi ow.iresidence for metime p ,hoiuliaed ao vagaboisdfisogldud .of' acv' oowiltieflt currenoy of.te eo m t #e twty 4veacts.He wad will f pd t be p -, d ily' a t of p eorafeaent ae cange, It ear e t he paosed f their Wadeas objata of v edid nothsimply be q a01:avho,. i receiving ui aeccno orta 0th the: r~ ~ ofoiinULueuloaal x' pr oarlme. ow gre, yred 5 o .' tws t2 bad putohaoed these IjO a Is a s nr ed~ieeooonptbhs~n-befor oo osefor examinsta aW th at ha.h oawaaw, oe;atthe." ý1 t. ýMowtitefelt ote t'`d6 Ck1semdam- s s nvtfonan nieee rvnthat Shawe ot0d aesory4 e,1 $3o~o tint ' ho p a.ce #itl1f514 Iti o ea, oharacster centofoer woasohe nfaP$s min agtg t defalt of si00t ` r .W . tol eerls v y et-, e:it On, s0t: oarvsede - a ýdrlt tie~r.I o vlib Ift this eono1nt is t pas trie' ve g ý} gr4 een&1t> hoe nobtittn In~t. vr , ,though gtro eing fpon n dhi o wuhat shen grve A ble i ¶Uit± YTX~ nWht IX di tt sent age -y me wý "-ite ii MEDICAL. R'I 'T. DOMINGO BITYRtab RUSS', B SM,' RUMS,' RUSS', RUSS', RUSS' St. Dame's. Mdoeia*. a it. Doming3U stter. M, .t. B ntrs Bitter e nd~t net e aisallablaeoabinlaese ofs nest~ed dollSa esadengswablsbeoer sattll bed. sWtskd to to k* pbU. Sllkaat obottl was sold Ibroatboot the Nortb a datu fgthsltsfobasyaau. sad.t,bshereverIatoda'ed, It bes pre" pwsiespe addtriesto tbt laytld's table. lbs ftminy esthbatasbab 'si iidabotsd. I' tL.editbobeawlsnac tsesotbes esd saguas hoe. r we :nwilWhwa asese,sd~*radtrteaaorp . f Oestdesuba'hoG'ly~sbb.U7Wtf"iStat bias. bmea5tela o oadlmespwbs setIaeeehdebtsJosdw f rdYete Ia gsa Yi tate s atalPtn daildla sad anbrdag from teu ga, 0 Obfildiee oLuJol, atue, sadmates, dysapettetboatttta-. Ti rO:alkbMSoaLntOmto obants theirwater sad. 0. .0 All bolisata a'last deLtdots. and ar. sabjost taMles ; mtbttlowaoa. wtfrtad-oatal thSemoat valtblo tastes sad I- oleortiastIthabtakesaso BUSS' ST. DOMtI~I0 BITTERH9. B TRY TRE. Bpt 050 g'Bt' St. Dolmoag Puasc. mutse Arraok Pueb. ' KAMrn SRa1v ATAVL&, 3503. Bats' Meaina Puanch lats' Gin Cocktail. Baes.' Mint Julep. 0 $ut Brandy Cocktail flega' Bour~bon Whisky lQokta)1. Tbe ott &slgbbghlb1ooaoe.oasl that ese temoapted alas's o ttat-oboapto thIbesan my sloady dobbis bs wosld. a " I SLAVKSISRRY 'RAkNDY, BASBERRY SYRUP, GQINOS CORDIAL. F .LEMON SYRUP $leo6 tao baadnnemafaotaed totd,. Mus * o., No. 54 Day street, New Tork Uli6otgy rleot by .1 . H OARTBE. And by all Groom sand Drosagff dlIEIBAOKI AX.E 0ooD, ROBRACK.'S ARE BETTER. 17ac~ - h flobnck'. ao STOMACH BITTERS bItSPBPBIA, SICK HEADACHE, XBDIOBSTION, - *SOROPULA, OLD SORES, COSTIVENESS, I E MOBrýET REMOVES BILE, RESTORES SHATTERED AND BROKEN DOWN N CONSTITUTIONS to for *d BeSnelia,. 31o.4 'Pin. ft rothe moat activ. nndhoroegh PUhthat haveee beent Sel Woa They CE "es directly upon the lier, eolthitingo '$!oekgmn ton'nsne an eatent ue thatthe sysetn dos not re- an Inp ntnits notmnr condltnn, whlic to ptto be thee heTbronpi~m unaa veidL. yT~eyererellyI.' /, BLOOD AND LIVES PILL, And, in VnaJmocttoe with 0 BoAOK'S BLOOD PURIFIER, - W81 i"MU nn0esd utlo todddtpde t.nd thnmsoeiv wilt -* stal~vdeamism emt1'e Oi. etm,(ht Bowqlu. Pt-tm.-, Oadlo. il.. .Ohole 3"'wro e. B malneaa. eta. D. DR. ROBAOV'S STOMACH BITTERS A J. WAR intatorata the sysltem, and thus ireumot that tenotbi.. F Audehbotd be usd bynnealeseeat. to treagihtn th prolw A. emtnaWhith .'an. lhflnows Bts diesnen. SmY tnts fedsttanhtdyonisR eer iegoetlit. Ashl oo mtthbhnthonlhavnnssd them, and they wll. ay they ate I GOPOD MEDIOINEBS andl yo should tsy theat bher, going co tie a physlcoana PEINCE) WALTON A 00., Dv (IISucessors o Do. W. 0. lobeol,) SOLE PROPRiETORS, O. 4 , sine66 60 Sand B Eaut thtrd itreet IVINOATI, OHIO. - J' FOE` BALI BY DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE. - ri. ' VNDER.TA KERS. t JI of Id JAWfEp J, C.LOAC, a" Tiwe. 4a Retmsaern SJeet, r, rl' = Betpeea Cenanoa 10,00,V41 etrett, IWtt District, cc yI.,tnpared to Snelefo CpieL$g end HEAitFI. with blakoh O ehisl Trimml·tt..M,,.iSF'Iotlms Fromhlos in g, twwýwcariuc an paetctal wtege g ho nto share r a yortnon eandPaonei n oftewo h On eee. a i =- noITO t. oheoe-Y,.,~ ,e' + UEDERTAMIR. a O a~EBEAeLI O. ' 01 ", ,ýs'dW~aappýýt land fl a j eg 02 'tA tOA gARIA uaa U md4kbbl sCHOOLS--FHOR BO 1S. BUENA VISTA ENLIaSH CLASSICAL SCHOOL. EHavingretunmd (ater an absence of three yearso to my former home, in the immediate vicinity of Franklin, Tenn., will open on MONDAY, the Itth of September next, an En glUsh and Cssical School, for the eduction of Boys. The locaity of this Institutilo is delightful, combining all the advasntages of town and contry. The grounds are ampled and.u baogaRin heautlfBd and adorned with orunmeuta*l Ioose ad shrubbery. The building is large and well ventilated and admirably adapted forSchool purposes. The house bas been rocently furnishedfromcellar to garret, and Is now being repainted, resapered, recleansed and repudiled, so that no locality In the whole country will bp morehealthful. The discipline of the School will be mild and parental, but firm and dalded, and every effort will be mde to develop the physlcalintellectual and moral faculties of the pupil The Prnacp l of the Shool is prepared to board ten or Twelve Terms lot Session of Five Menths: Titionn Primary Department. ............. $58.........e SHigher Branchesof MathematiesandClawlcs, each extra 5 00 SBord per month, including fuel and gha............ s Contingent f .................... ................ 1 0 Washing at in ydtres' prices. JAMES McNUET, Principal. SReferences from Tsesneose-Col. Jno. Mcoavock, Gen. M. F. DsGraOenreid, Col. W O'N, Perkins, R H. Bradley, Esq.. , t Col W. S. MoLemoro, J. B. McEwon, Esq., CoL. John L. SHouse, Bev A. Cunningham, D. D., RBo. Fancts H. DavRI, Dr. John S. Park, John, Carter, Esq., B M. Ewing, S1., JuodgeP.G. S. Prkins, J. W. Neely, Robt. . Moss, amo Allson. s oersesmtrom Vlgrsna-EHon. Andrew S. Felon, Dr. R. V.Sudes, Gin.Wm. Terry. C. S. A., Randal McGavock, I .2o9 t.ml R. Crockett, Esq., Thomas Wood, Esq., Rev. B. S. Lay, J. C. Graham, C. C. Tate, Stephen McGavock, Rev. Faoe M. Wherry, Wythe couoty; Gen. James A. Wolker, Do. Edwha . Wasoon, J. B. Alesander, Esq., ROe. DtnL B. BElng, J a M. lnoyrl, Esq., ulaski coonty. K7TOCKRT .-NIVEMESIf, ASHLAND, Thehome of Mseny Clay, and Traosoyolona University, with 400 acreeoa elegant rouon0.s, ad a large number of buthiO.g., the sites otthe variouos coeges. Tbh locaton delghtul,hseat lhfl, and in toe midst of the most refined and lnrelllge1 society. Endowment, $0oI,E0B. Real state, S200,00. LA Corps of more haen TRentOy Intruetors, OW INB OPERATION: L COLLEGE OF ARTS, Nine Professors, Robert Grahom, 6 A. M., Presidert. s L AGRICUELTURIAL A.D MECHANICAL COLLEGE of Kenotucy; Eleven Protessors, Jno. Ag. Wflloams, A. M.. reidsent. III. COLLEGE OF THE BIBLE, Three Professors, R. MEilsgo, Freslde.t.. I. COLLEGE OF LAW,Three Professors, M. C. Johnt sou L. L. D., Prestdent : COMMERCIAIa DEPARTMENT, with thorough hbds. Nambero Stodets laRost session, 9N. Tuittion and Fees, lsoorsnuom. IoolBoarding,l$350toBSperweok. Session be Ios lx ok October For Catalogues and birthor inforomaRtio. address J. . BOWMAN, aeget, Lexington, Kenotcky. ~NAZARETJH COSAIY AANEAR BARDSYA TOWN, KY.TisR inrstbution, a so favorblyknown to the people of the ralley of the oliNsisipoi, begins is pift t aemond seson on R[ONDA , d of Septolember. eonSih- ie ing td obtain a prospectus, or more partilOur information in regard to the Academy, may do so by npply gn to Coarer Camp Ull atthez streets, oew Orieans. LAVEANDERS COLLEGE N. E. CORBE RAMPART AND BIENVILLE. Mr. LAVENDER respectfully announces to his friends and Stho he repir in tht eosoho ths Collegenot bteig completed, he ohall be obtligd to postpone the re-opening of the Claeses and the admission of Boarders to WEDNESDAY, the 5th of Septembert Parents are invited to inopect the well ventilated Class Rooms snd Dormtorleso. For terms and Protspenus apply at College from 12 o. to UNIVERSITY OP VIRGINIA The nexttesslon will begin on the t st day of October, 1588, and and onthteth of Jane, 1867. A Proofosorof Latin ato d Seond Porofessor of Law will be appointed on teltih ofAurnst, when the organization of a the Dpporoments of InstructionoAcsdemic, Law aed Mal-. eal-rwtll be fSty s-esttbllshod on the sme enlarged btsis s The entire et 0enes of the Academic Student, exclusive of text ooks, otlothtng and pocket money, hmoont to 1360 in -crrenoy, per seasion of nin r months; of the Law Student, to Sq0 and of the Moedioo Stndent, to t395. For catulogoo, giving dsotils, 0r for specal information, aadd S. MAUPIN, Chairman of the Foao uty. Postomoea-UnC ersltt of Vtolrai. WAOBSINOTONx COLLEOE, LEXI.(GTON, VIRGINIA. Fsculty, Out. ROBEET,E. LEE. Possdentt CARTIM J. B ARRIS, Professor of Latino JAMES J. WHITE., FrofesMor of Greek ED. S. JOYNES, A. M., Professor Modern Loan RagOs and (To Mie aoppinted-Pro feor of Moral Philosophy.) A. L. NELSIO, A. M., Professor ot Mattematcs, wE. ALLA., A. M., Profssor Applied Msthemattcs. Sa. MoDULtOI A. M., Prolesaor Natural Philosophy. JOHN L. CAMPBEiLL A. M. Professor Chemistry. JOHN W IRoOCBIO B OUH, t L. L D., Profeesor w. HARRY EITILL, A. M., Asslstlt P nfseors M7toaotiesa o. PooIoL GRAD, A.M.. Assistant Professor Latin. (To be ppoolnd--Aaoetant Portsuor o OGreek. A lPooao.ory Coouts has boen tnstltuood auwhich Students. unprep.r.d I.r the Regular Classe. may receive inatruction to nroerary bneach. The'Sei0on begins d THURISDAY (13th) SEPTBIMBIE and odoe lo. Tbhrdosuy.tR is eo--Tlttton. ooand alloter College e ................1100 AD other epenus, including Board, Fuel, Lghtsst., neoss not exo l $o N. Forfurti.r lnforntloin or ftor Catsosue, addeOss the Faculty of Woas hgM5 CotIto. Lesxgono Vtrgini. DOLII L COMMERCIAL COLLMS- I ORITNER AMP AND COMMON STl, Swlpteas end legaeSt "lt6p' BulllildIg. Lssoostattlnsss.o.s snndoso eight ble Protessor. It wl I fodid. j ISS, and o odl rss by tho Bltt. Itsfosme sta detsI oy be bfoSod as Prinpals or Book-keeperslo in large protllofthe oldhousesof ths sity, stud osor the 8oathem Sates Ladies orOestlemm can ottd the COMMEOR C |I .0015O81, s Boekl-ke .g, posssblp, MRhematol. Eri. ih, Frnathor Spanieh. A businss. dusltion that I ablsi sto c o 200 or Os00M annsUly, Is th bsot fosrtoI.roto as iltthlsr eons ' W bos h ample a ngemant50 50 100 utdoets, Ladllsond etlssesoaeolnrited toscaI. RUFUS DOLBEAN FP dent.s A ',RT LTON5! UCMOOLSPOM SOT. oRATAWA, PIKE 00., RI9M S.o Orlano asd Joksosn RoL oso " Ola lorssu eoabsasasosd os oppilsen ts.BOBSRI P1 I RIN, E.os.. Is and 15 Coamsstreo , Nsw.OSg. REfICVAL COLLETES. NEW OrLEAJN IsIHOOL O1W IEDICINf SESSION OF 185I6-. D. WARREN BRIOKELL, M. D., Professor of Obstetrisl and DiGasEes of Women. ete, HOWARD SMITH, M, D., Professor olf Mutera Medc. L L. ORAW(OUR, M. D,, Professor of Principles ad Prac. tice of Medchte. HENRY F. CAMPBELL, M. D. Profeshor of Surgery. ALF D, C. HOLT, M. D., proesor of Clnial C MIodicne. A E. PTICOLAS, . D., Professor of Anstomy J. D. BRUNt. M. D. h Prbfessor of Phyeiologt andPatkeloy. FRANK HA*THO ON, . Professor of Medical Ohmt.. SToIo ad Legl Medd e We. . MIUTEhLL, g, D., AAdult Pbros.sor o, a.ntomy o nd Special Lecturer on Opthailmc Surgery antd Dseases f thos Eye. JOn. BOLT . D. , Aslstp t to t. e bChair of bstetrhe ics.. A. W PERRY. D.. and FREDERICKLOEBEI, M. D., Demoutrators of ,atomy. It H. CO.IN, MN D. D., Asistast to the Chair of Cheans hea Eleventh Annsul Course of Lectures In ths Institution t Oslll begl Noooeberse 12, l, std wllend se arch iN, 087. lPrenlnary Course will be glettln ~ne Charity Hospital ommelning October 15th, Wtlhot chasrge to students. The AnatomItcal .oms will be open Ocobher 15th. The tCinAl Advantages of this Ilstitution are iunsr asd. he Professors are, under the tIoa of the State, Physicians ead Sorgeans of the sCitey Hospittl, and their pupils ae sompauy them in their daily sitits. FEES: Tickets of all the Profesrr .................. 5115 Satrtulttln ............................ . 5 - Prctlcal Austiom y............................. 10 DIlolma ...................... .... 30 Payment required in hdtAce. D. WA1RREN'BRICKELL, M. D., Dean. of thhe 'aenl,, COTTO6N MILLS. THE LANE COTTON MILLS. These MILLS, which were built by me in 1860, ass effort of-outhern esterprise, are ataitn under my control: and I m prseparedto supply the trade with COTTON YARNSS Beos 's toe 12', packel in such prodportlos as may be ordered, and of the quality put up by me prior to bs ewar, which ex elled .ny ever offered in this mrkset. It Lst known, that while these Mills were in my bands, tle product of them attained a reputatlion 'for superirty of quality and fullness of weilght-uuequtlled by auey ther Yams offered. Thli rseputation has heeae postttutsd by sertalunoprtnclpledpartels. who have.snot scrupled to use my uame aud brsnd, to cover tan inferior asrtle; and ftrther more, I learn that Georgia Tams hvse been offered, In this market,-u thebs product of mtd MIll. To protect mysell and eoseumers fromaschltmpeitionts, hsve tdolted a trade markt which will, hereafter, be plac1l et eah hal t of my Yarns, with the additlo, of my 'sitgnatr, tn etachpd label. Th.e Mills have to agent,. Orders left I No. 9. Unslo, strst, will be promptly asxeute.s I. N. LANE. T &PT pp 7 KY'hebteae f.n `tieiiops bfot TANwYr,,cnb a nMwOlaaa r.1 7rylBod.Pis2 assa ab a nwsf S(:HOOLf',-YOUNtG L ADi ES. SELEI CT SCH (;Ol. reele 'kOUNG CAIlkS Sof the Hebrew lilth t 173 d t175 West 'rhirty..lllt street, between Seveth nd o i gbi aveuuec, kw YoLk. To the Iarnelltee of LoutIelant Mrs. HENRY SIITONS h.vil been requested by tmany of her Southern and Weter, Irendleu le e eildren hive been edeeled at the lsttl.el eto mIke kown lher Scheol, anneoes c oleo hat nlbe rvulv, s T hpils l'rolt the gest of sevel tositee.r The l piii ehodll ertuleho Eagllsb Farcoch. German and Hehbre Lane -gee thtrouIghly. MusiC end eging taughtt by able r etLurs. .owiug e ud Embroidery made rt rspetial nistructlnm t ant inig mand uasttl eaer clsta[ught duiin thewter sheuon. 'rThe pupils attending the isnsttute willud it a homo in .rep Y respect, and every care wll be taeten wit th tir mur pnd religious traluing. Pupils can enter the Institute at any time. Fur Circulars, apply is above. MIOUNT AUBURN YOUNG LADIES' INSTITUTE. Ts School hlJuet concluded itt Tenth Year. ts hisetory has beet one o proeperity ed groweth from the commence mat. The last tw yeers thedally ,erage attendace bIt. been more than two hundred, ad many have ben refueed admittaneee fo want et aecommodatioe. A New Beltidlng Is now under ontraett, to be ready for occpancy at the opening ot the Fall Sesslon in September, and It i hoped that hereaftee all can be received a pupils who apply. The Library. Apptarate end eCabluse Are eeevtiee yearey, vluable addtieons; and the purpose is kept steadily in view, to furnish every facility fore thorogh course of instretion. the Faculty consists of ftor male and eleven female teach. erae; all eperlenced instructors in their seeeral departments. The Bchoo is fully graded from the Preparatory depart ment, through the etiree course of Academies and Citsl me. studies. For PaFticulars and eetalogues, address I. H. WHITE h West Fourth street. Ciniehnati, O. ST. CHABLES INSTITUTE BOARDINGO AND DAY SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADIES, 10i SBourbon Street, Oppoeite the Opera House. Mne. Maebhben.toeaeou.etetbet her Institute will open for the session se 115-7, on MSi 'Dth, September 3d, 1di, C when she hopes to see that prompt return oft her pupil so in diepeenebie te their reapit g the tull advantages tof the lectures p andietrutetlone designed to, them. The adwetages eIrdtled by the Institute for the ecqEisition of a proflcent acquinttee with both the French and Englih eim ogtate are well known, eed Minee. Maee enaneglected nothing that can secure, as hleretlore, the lttoat aeeomtldhed Pre epttre in the vxrlues branches of ineowled'e. Prospectuses may be procured at the eletttt, 101t Bourbon etreet, oppItete th pe pe Housee T E BIUHLEI IFEM&LE UUEMI.IAf BATON ROUGE, ecupiee Large ancd Commodieous Meeelo, with Ampie and Segleded Oroende. Thotougeh t tetction In ENGLISH, LATIN and MODElRN LANGUAGES, MUSIC, EMBROIDERY, DRAWING, Etc., tegether withhteerful domesteic menaement, metral and polite culture, are offered and aesured. TERMS-4t0 per montht $t00 on advanel Muoe and Ome, mentelseetre Puptls faeish toilette articlee and bed clothing. Address Bae, J, E. o. DOREMUS, D. D. - -P-eeleeL FOREIGN DRY GOODS. DIRECT TRADE WITH EU.ROPE. FO EIG-N GOODS. SOLD AS CHEAP AS AT TRE NORTH. Freight and Other Heavy EExpen.es Saved. P. M PARES & CO., ....................Royal Street.................. 4. Importers and Jobbers of all descriptions of FRENCH, ENGLISH, GERMAN AND AMERICAN IAN UFACTORIES, DRY GOODS AND FANTY ARTICLES. eespectfallyinform the public of both City ane Country that, by recent arnivals, they have received, Direct from Europe, A tck of Goods such as must prove profitable to the buyer. selievlng that Imported Goods can be sold as low in this ity, when brought direet, they are prepared to test the ques tion, and ill ell se accordingly. Their Stock onsists of: FINE ENGLISH AND FRENCH PRINTS, MUSLINS, DE LAiNES, BAREGES, SILES, LACES, CLOTHS AND OLOAKINGS, HOSIERY, DRESS-TRIMMINGS, GLOVES, WCOLEN GOODS (Of ealDeserptione,) LADIES' SILE CLOAKS AND MANTILLAS, GENTS' HBIRTS AND FURNISHING GOODS, LINENS, SHEETINGS AND DOMESTICS, Of all Desriptions, and other Articles too numerous to give in detail. These Goods are all of the LATEST STEYES, and wll bhe sld at Wholesale Only. Wholesale Dealers will ead this Stock so well assorted that they can buy s advantageously as at the North, and save the Cost of Transportation. They are respectfully invited to call and see .ho Good,. Tetms will b libeoral. P. MARES & CO., 43 Royal street. STATIONERYF PAPER, ETC. gTVEEMlS 0 MEYMOURI. (it . TEVRNS, W. E. SEYMOU.) Paper. Mtationery, end faney Agd Sea 86 and I GIommon street, oppostl the City Hote S. Q PALMER & CO.. S(ED. . PALMER, JOSEPH, WILD,) Wholesale Dealerso ton Paper. llvelopes anid R.ie. Na liiS tdier atree ne w Oteeane. La PLUMBING AND GASFITTING JOHN Q. PWLMINO. AGENT GAS FISIT Dealer n Gane Flxture. 13 AND 12 MAGAZINE STREET, NEAR GI1OD, New remans. Wl atteId pantaaUly ad fttihftly to ll ordrs ttee ie .. tell a Beo Na MeYha.ls' Ma psn Be warrPLu( 1tim DP I Loza. amm 11ACH r NE i. KNEIGIT , CtO MACHINERY, BELTING, COTTON GINS, ETC., ETC., Removed to 172 Graster street, Are prepared to fill all o'rders for MACHINERY and ENGINEER SUPPLIES of all kinds. Parties requiring Machinery not kept for sale in this cly, wouild d well to'give s a call, as we have Agents in the North and East. through whom we are prepared to till orders promptly. We still have a few of the old estyle E. CARVER COITON GIN, Which wears now sellingat $4 per Saw. PIerons wishing these Gins should send in their orders early, as the Stock will loon be exhausted. LEEDS'S FOUNDRY (ESTABLISIIED IN 125.) Corner of Delord and Foucher streets. We beg leave to inform our friends and the public genorally thalt we are prepanred, as formerly, to manufacture Steam Engines, Boilers, Sugar Milles, Sgar Kettles. Draining Ma chines, Saw 111es, Cottoln Presses. Newell Screws. (in Gear. ine, Furnace Mouths, Grate Bars, all kinds of Plautntton and Steasboat Works, and overy decription of Machinery for the South, LEEDS & ')0. Orders left at Box Ts, Mechanies and Dealers' Exchauge, will I dceive pronbi attatihon, B.LACK DIAMOND STEEL WOIRS, PITTSBURG, PA. PARK, BROTHER & CO., All Deeerlptlmes of Coat and German Steel, EQUAL TO ANY IMPORTED OR MANUFACTURED IN THIS COUNTRY. Best quallty Refined CAST TOOL STEEL; SPRING, MA CHINERY, PLOW, SHEET and SHEAR STEEL; RAILROAD, SPRING and FROG STEEL; LOCOMO. TIVE, AXLES, CRANK PINS, PISION RODS, SLIDE BARS, FIRE OX and FLUE PLATE, etc. Branch Warehonsee NOS. 4 and 4......BATTERY MARCH...... S. . and Between Mlke and Broad streets, BOSTON, MASS, OLIVER HUNT, Asent. 'INTEYR'S IMPROVED POETADLE CIRCULAR SAW MILL, - "Lane'S Patent Set and Feed Werk.." "We reseeefully call attention to our "IMPROVED PORTABLE CIRCULAR SAW MILL," wih "LANE'S PATENT SET AND FEED WORKS." some of the pDrtico lar dvaotge, elalmed therefor being as follows : lst.-The iustuuntaneoasand unerrhugry certain "set" of the log by the man aEtendiugthe S,,e. i:h a l:lile motion of th0 hand. under adeilee at once a, simple a effective,e adein no wise oubject to breakae ur derangement--the Log, ot whatever length, being set at both eas at on an d the same instl anl t time by the Sawyer, as tabve stta.. inu ann uanerrin ui 1ormity in the thickness ot the lolnk throughout, inured. 2d--Th saving secured. not J hE in the number of hands employedabout te mill. but lthe saving of that which is of lar more impo0ace, to-wit : in the workingo time ob the mill tsuffientlp dOi.r, e, Cad whe it It stated thfot l0 the " setting time" osusully required by other mills, we are able to "ri b " "s " and ca another planE Thus we are0, enabled to ec three twenty fet pf nks t i ft requlred1 In a siegle mute! t accounted for in part b ythe ft that ththe Sew is al. most uceasingly euged 'the "runbac11" time elxcepltedl i a ~nal work from t e mnboa the sttak is in place until it is 11krelv conveertd into nombr I I:d-T-The peculiar arrangement o the Feed Worae," whereby the lip" and "wear and tear" aldways ident to the 1su1l belt arrangement ig avoided, and in lien, an tistan. taneous "startig" aud "stopipng" unf, til ugly efeted. 4th-The substantial anndDprlec" proportions of the ill, to ter with its combinatons of Stea Saw Mandrel, "Rbbi detal, melfOllning and Self-Adjostin Boxes," the frequent c1at-iron sup0orte on the cSrrlaghe the log, and the unusual beauty of itih, are among the other 0e1ture1 which plrticu larly characterize oar Mali, a-d which secure for it the .nifil. in admiration 07 the practical. lbese reference are Msufll ent, we trust, to secure for our Mil l l that is required and all that is askeld in any instance to insure a preference namely : "AI examination before par. We are, very respectfully CO. Seneral .Cnemmll In e Merchants . 40 Broaway. New iorL. N L. B.-"LANE'S PATENT SEE WORKS" applied .ith facdlliy Mills of other pOItte5.n MONROE A SIEDDINGTON Agents for the above Mill, No. 63 Carondelet street. DOWIALLw HARMRS a co., WASHINGTON FOUNDRY, En. lne and Machine Shop, CORNER OP SECOND AND MORGAN STREETS, ST LOUIS, MO., Manlfateeter of STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS. SAW AND GRIST MILL MACHINERY. Cirelar Saw Mills, Qsarte Mills, Tobacco Screw and P.resses, ILarId Kettle Secrewe and Cylinders, Wool Carding Machines, Moloy Saw Mills, e1., etc., constantly on hand. Agents for the sale of JAMES SMITH A CO.'S superlor Machine Erd We are prepareIld to receive order for any of the above men tioned Machinery, ee., aOnd will furnish any information desired. LAME, QUINLIN & CO., 10 TehonpItouaI street. NOTlE--DANLaEL EDWARDS, Nee. 1, 80 and 85 New Levee streel, Rew Orleseo, I n e daleStlimese, with men and material, to Mets ell orde inhlisUne of Copper and Sheet Iron *Wolk, Black. smlthn and Brat Founder and Flnisher. The le1 estsb. I led caractser of lthis hose is 1a umetulIt gurantee t1at any work lntr1ed to rm will be Promptlys, and fetb ileected . D. IRON AND BRASS FOUNDER, F1LZO1, N551 ITPIS, OT1I1RE DAM 1ND J1ULIA 1 TRETS, New Orleans. omee-18R Fulton Street. Ha onhandat all time new and second-hond machinery for hteamboats, haw Mills nl d Sugar Platatiots. Pariculrand prompt attention paid to1 Steamship and Steamboat repairs. D D, DD.nose a Co., STEAM BOILER MANUFACTURERS, Leow Pressure Locomotives, Flned and Cylinder Boilere, ClarN. ter, PFilter and Jlce Boxee, made at the Shortest NotIe, We rseeectall solicilt eontracts for Boilers and all'neeeesry connections, sn as Fire Fronts, Orate Bors, Steam and Sea Fipes, VTve, etc.,, Chimneys and Rreechen, all of which e he lrnlshed at the lowest foundry rieHs Al ework executed t our establlblhment will be leos.ed equal, in point of workmenslp and matereal, to any in the lty or elsewhee. Planters, Merchnts and Steamship Agents are respectfully invited to aell ad elxamie the work and prices at 1IPRkO T treet. betweenNtre Dame and Jul.astreetL w AIL. awaPaaao, CONSBLTING ENGINEER AND DRATTBXAJ. Plane snd Bpeillooitloos made for oR kiondsof Xsoiyony, Ottnayooo,,yos InyiOtptOd and tpaoios,,ou Etoinlth the coondiion and ooeodsooents of the HollS and Machinery of Steamobips and Steombots wi.ll be promptly £OmoOhbed Paotiso Contemplaisig the poohs., of Stoamobips sod 554.0 boat wouiddo walltoB hvthmsoo4.iood beforebuying. Novelty IrSon Works, CoaoouDiolrd and Nw LeveuN o,.tu N8 s tood street, Now O0.ooo (JOHN 4ORDDES-JOB. A. SHARPEARE--8. SWOOP Geddes. ghak Ceareo . Co., 000.0 sod So..lurosodoos sod R~obioiss, s~~rosi~fstoo9, and St00 m Engonesf Oi or E lleo X ,, Do.Oooisg MEobhio,, MiII sod Gio iloring, Grai. OBn, toro Fronts, Ooloo. BoR WigRhts.t0. Blacksomsith WokL of ail oinds THOMAS B. NOBBEX 8 CO., NO. 9 PERDIDO STREET, (Adjoiofog Muonle Bluldg.1 ofl'oo9o. 1i28o00vooa eToasr, sow OwBLo.o CIRCULAR SAW MILLS, STATIONARY ANT PORTABLE STEAM ENGINES, Cirlsulr srot Cot MUboond Mo. ooaws; Corn Mills; Wio 'illo sod Bolting Apparatoo; Shaftiog Paloies sod Belting. All deoiptions of Paintation Maobohiosoy and Agolrnlto io implements. Weaops onstantly oo ndsd ohoaopply of CANE CARTS, PLANTATIOZO AND ROAD WAGONS Timber WhaOto and Wbool ooroos, from the rseU known oI tor, of Josiis Bodloy, Wheeling, V. Wes have cSnootleo-ootlt, ,oosoiveFounodoto and iocldo ShojotloOt. Louis,Losolga,,Clnoluno t ioodPlttl.oog,throogb which o are prepared to :,oOtot for sny 0lse. of moiOlnRtY 0n mo0t f000vorbs 00rm0. aod deliver anyrohwh north 00 New0 OotOnt0O0S ra bHeoght 'ff005 0. SOiLEY 8'a PATE. T CLtro,1o."S-~W': dI Ii.. TB HIUIETIJULICLUO R L0TSE O AND WRINGER. Thebbtiitodd mos oootnl mutooion of tiR, 'kinC t or ,s.o hoouehoid Iaborevor invented. Haosmore ond batter recommendaotiond for ootoo time, lab, r and the wear and tear of fabrlso oashod, than anoy ohermo chine. Ali the othor machineseither ruo thoh Colotiho and we hem ouo speedily, oo do not satilfactorily perfoorm theirrorlk. With tin HYDRAULIC CLOTHES WASHER ThRie notSthes as. There is no uobblng of Oth otheb. so onseqouetly, no 0ear and tear. The wrashing s most 0 am plooly and thorougoly performed by R, action ofthe hRle sioo.. tSed foroa cliolar, g010n0 toll explanaiono, or c11 0000 es.iSne them 0t the General Southern Ogency. Good ondooomeas offored to agent, 0loesshert. S. M. BARTON d 00.'S, No. 17 Tohoopltool·,streeI. It A'.!I. IOA ) )S. pON'I'WCIIIgTltN IAILILOAD. ( SSPINU AND SUMMER AIRRANEmENT. On and alt, SUN BAY April let, 1668, the trains on thWi road will Wcave as Lol-ow: roa. TlH -Tr. rmow THE LE.a. 4o ' cl .Hore Crsan. 5 o'clock A. . Steam Train 97,5 .. 9441Train. .. o .2 o' . .. l . . Fare, to and from thE Lak, same day, 2 rents, Passengers for Gentllly Station must uotiif the condnctot prior to depature of the train. Fare.l l cents each way. GEO. PANDELY. eneral Sopnrintendent. OMrORT, SPEEI D AND SAFETY 9inols Central ai eeod-- uicket routi from ew Orleao to NewA York and all Eastern cOtes. PWO DAIgsY TRAINS4 leave Da44 moe4 Ihe andarr,, on arrival of trains and teamers from the oouth. Time from New Orleant to Ntw Yor4k-3 d 1ayr Jackssn and Great Northern Railr.oad,, 44 1arnd.ete, 113 om mon street, Rotunda 4t. Char.e1 Hotel, 9 Canal street and Depot, ale at omce ot tke Illinois Central otea, Cairo. 4. "' Uo"TT, mcerbl SuPentendent, hIeOah d . W. P. JTOANST , Gnheral Palmengr Aoent. CChleaoTe Genral South.rn A.ent, New OrlIIn. MIOBILE ABN GRQIEAT 9O4TBHle34 RAILROAD ROUTE, Shortest BoDate Between New Orleans WASHINGTON, NEW YORK BALTIMORE PHILADELPHIA, BOSTON, ETC., ETC., Via Mobile. DISTANCE TO NEW YORK ................ 1308 MILE TIME, THREE AND A HALF DAYS. Passengers leave daily from theDepot ot the PontchartralL Railroad at 4 4 'cloc, 9onnecting with the Mor9a94 Line o' Steamers for Mobile, making close connection at Mobile with the trains of the Mobile a7d Great Northern Railroad for Montgomery, Columbus, o aNPE nah, Auguasta, Atlanta, Charleton, Kuoxvilla, Nshville, Louisville, C LynEhburg, Ricehmond, e mc4inn41, ALL POINTS NORTH AND EAST. For informtion and Through Tickets apply 4 at the C TICKET OFFICE, In the Rotunda of the St. Charles Hotel C, L. ,7ITCII, General Agent, Mohbiland 7 ah10l. r.ilrd Line LOFFIC1AL. S 9STAT4 O LoouisianA, Ex97o9l9 DEPARTEn4T, Nlew Orteans. September j ita., 1077. BnE IEAS P. S. W iltz bit a ll.11od to le W9 r the cscan lln.g of hips fc11ia hur a4 tlerk uf ithe Second District L:onrt of New Orleans, to-wit : A bond, dated the 2d eay of November, 1. . 7 ,r the 9 a4m ef 5349, signed byP S z.1 a . I9.riý1 al7 7 n149717 1y mort. l 7ge on his proprt9 described n -aid b eo,7,nd--ti ai,.7 o1nd being condit ned fr the faihful yuerrmance by said P. 8. Wilt, of his duties97 s ' le4,k , resaid. Noticel s hereby given to 1all pero.s f ntrested In said bond to show cause ir wrhing at the ohle ,f the SecreoT try of tUKe wirhln musty days ttnor tho hut pubiicatiun + f tbis xdertile sent why file said Loud Should tot he c9neellld ntd annulled. Given, under my hand rand seal of Star , J ulbove and the in dependenceof the United States the Linety-flr.t. J. MADISON WELLS. By the Governor : CHARLES O. HA,1DY, As tallt Se0retary of State.9 ETAT DE LA Lo09t9t99 . D9PA99RX, n4.0 L'EX9eCV I?, Nouvelle.Orln.a le it -7ept4,re 1D4.7 A TTF.NDUq quappllcatlot4 , et4e tittle 4 mol a794r I'. S. Kilt7. pour hi 19celthl~97 , ,]e .7x ratbi779tion efiiciele e tmme grefller de la Denlroi C-u, de Dst:ract de la Nouvelle-Orbhoua, saroir : One oligtion dativedu da norembre 1). pour In sommea a d, $JN-ASX, signs par P. S. tt'iltr, conmme parinl ý,lPl et t.,,* uoar hypoth, qyue speitt am son prepriete tlitrlt ditt.- [al to. In d ¢a, ol flora In 4 dire 9h4g7tinn 4t47 t co1ditioun7 , 71o1ur a tldele eta. cutton par9le9di[ P. S.9Wiltd, de sea d77evoirs 4L1 n 7 9 re077ier9 deo la Duxlcne Cuur de District do in Nouveu!e. Orhý.nu, sun dit- - Avis eat eu consequence donne k toutes le, personnel Inte ressees u'volr a ti re eonmnltre par i"Eri, aun Lnreau du aecre. tmll' d'Etat, danss lee 9U Joltrs qut auivront Ia ds rniere pnbliea tlon de eetts polroamation, les raisons pour leequeele edlit obligation no sarait pus cancellb eat annile. !Donne eou, mi signature ete scean de I'Eat, h I1, data ci-deu1s et 1 , 91emeJo9 r de l'lndepndaIe4 d, Etnts-Uni. J. UADIbON WELLS. C4 ARL4 S O. HARDY, A 7i7st9nt S9ereta7 e d'Etat SUMMER RESORTS. THLE NEW WA.TERING PLaCE GEAND ISLE HOTEL. The new and ala9nch ps4senger steamer SAN NICOLAS, arve14 m4ster, will leat the head of Harvey's Canal, opposite 0toc7.444, Lod 9,Lo1iian Ave4nu9, EVERY SATC1DA sand TUESDAY, at 3 o'clo'ct .. r.. for Grand Isle Hotel, Fort Llv in"Etou,,,Boratarl and Intermediate landin g, and retnrniny MIONDA andT ATYeven9ngs9 ; 4de4ightfnltripthroug1 p lakes and bays to the sea shore. Fare to the 7 e shore, meals inlud4d...........$5 0he Hotel Is now open and redy for the receptln of vi4stton, with all the requisites and comforts of a frst-class hotel offer ing theaa7gnt9 ges of ur7-bathin, fine sh4ing, 4tin g 4 . other amutement of the sea-coast, being surrounded Mby mb4tg4l e-ntiv7oak grove4. giving ample shade and a pleasant 9 treat daring the heat of the day.. ATES--Board, per weel. 1: Transient boardersd, 4y t6, A MARGIOT JOLLY Proprietor. HARVEY A M9MAHON, Agents, 619t. 1Carle7 street. OCEAN ASPmI.GS HOTEL The subscriber r4epectf4lly informs the public that th90 popularplae o9 Summer Resort Is NOW OPEN for the re c9ption of 9uest. Tnseacommodatlons which he Is prepared to offer to the public ,react surpoassd by those of any Watering Place Hotel In the country, and his TABLE IS SUPPLIED WITH EVERY DELICACY of the place and season. ;In thelmmedlstevicinity of the Ocean Springs Hotel there are ulph.ur and Chalybeate 8prlngs, Wh0lharecelebratedfor medicinal properties. Invalids will the0refoind this place one of peculiar advantages, as they can have sea or Mineral BATHS, as well as the best fishing facilities on the Coast. TEMS--Wilibe very moderate for fam4les engaging room or theseason T. C. SOARBOR1)UGH. JEWELRY. S BIES ...................................f BIEl e No. m CAMP BTREET. UNDER THE CITY HOTEL. Jewelry,.Watches. Sliver and Plated Ware. p -sou Anatr roR SEIdONS' BRAZILIAN PEBBLES. angrl Diamond, Aethpt, Coal, DOny and EtPamOa Gold, lIdtrat Gold Oard and Vea Ohaint , lateo patterns; Sleeve Buttons and uds orf evely valty and bet wormanship, Genate' S0ar) aad lasonlo Pb.t, vadoue deal.; Bilver sad Plated Sete, Table aad Ta Forks and Spoons, Onaps, Gobleta, Napkl RBpgs, Oaators, eta; PcbeR t and Table atlp, beet ake and supeor q Aaly. Ht loeks. OBLESed antle, Im BeLone. Marble nd Wood. Sypetalese. Gold, SilR, Steel and Shell muanted Tphe allar aenttion of those needing " helpataro d" H eepelay eallblted to Beammona.e' Brsluian Pebbles, the bet m andonlyglasesthatl shold be Ised. New Pebble.eaetl ow oldham.. Partlelalrattentionpaidto replatridagWanohaa Jewe, the bet workmabeng employed. sJaOmba. 2 OCMP STREET. uader the City HteL -E BOOTS SHOES, HATS, ET). , B. B. NEWBALL- A B CommDEaLon DIale OT FD Boot Ca d ShoTS. L No No. OLD LEVE STREET, ree NNw Oar.eonse, LA, aI E. MA..ITS ., N. . WHOLESALE DEALER IN BOOTS AND SHOES o. 1 Canl Street. RPar idclae arntleionl pid t PItalntio. n orers. JOHN M. AttOIID . AGE-- tb No. s Maganine . treet. NEW ORLEANS. .I MERCHANT TAILOR, No. ES Calaaodelet SreaeI, (B.ween Car40 dalet and SI. ClTrloes strmet ,) Aplo ateet, Nw Orleans, OD ee HA.rs 11AA.. to P.LH OF E, No. Cttention paid ET STREET, y le OOff, hi, Profeossioal Sep ice to tPhe Citlzens of Now IAT THE OFFICE OF TEE BOARD OF HEALTH, A No. 135 eravler treeCt. RE.,PO.,e, N'.. HI6 WIahipppan street. DA"8 L. T. PIN o J. T. SCOTT Ofpe, No.40 CARP STREET, bate... Comaee and Gras laer. aesidenc,, N.. 312: corner Jopbi elnd Apollo atreoalatNep Hrleans.,.. OBmc Honrae 11 A.M. to 3 P.M. N. B.--Npaalal lIontloo plid to Dlaleeas oathe Eye. CARb IAGEI .................... AL RLIAIEM NO BIG IROFITS-NO DULLI TRADE. Elght Hundred for Snle -AT C. WITTY'B CARRIAGE WAIEROOMIS, 631, CI and 638 Broadway; 16, 1(13 and 170 Crosby street. Omeae, 6S Broadway, New York. REFERENCES. E. FULTON, New Orleans, La B. L. MANN, New Orleans, La ABRAIIAI & GOLDSMITII, New Orleans. S. K. JOHNSON, Alexandria, La WM. BOGEL, Baton Rouge, La. T OT ..: .....................................O H INA , --And- FANCY GOODS, BEADNS MARBLES, SLATES, SLATE 1ENCILg, ETC., -At Strasburger . Nshn's, 65 Maiden Lane, cor. William street, New York. Messrs. Strasberger & Nuhn being now the largest Impor era In ther line, and having lhll il tleir full st,,ck for eoobt the lowest gold rates, are enabled to ofer for the comings". son exrsordinary induc.m.ent. Buyers will d lo elto favor them with their consdence, and buy at once. Mail orders promptly executed. EITAbIR SHJED IN 1047. PAYER AT LESS THAN MANUFACTURERS' PnEIBS--N conoection with tlam coluod nmonpoly hrn h ices. I oer the largesLt and buet assorted stock of D , o ftever l d scrlpt ion to be anud ,l l ti s country. Booselrers, S aoioll, brltf er and Binders, wdl nave oney by firat exonminng m stlock. li)rders by mad pronyt yii. 01 A. rsk the AI mU p ul o orrst bt ners Dealer. . Waoles , e t' e, ie No. 04 BRrkman street. dew fork. I'e 1 Old Blond ) DRY GOODS .. ....A... UTUMN 1560O. LATIIROP, LUDINOTON A CO., 8-20, 0.2 and R 10 Bro rdway. New York, Invite tLe attention ol all first clus boyato to their stock of Dry ouds. It will be found unsurpassed foir al Noutlero merchalns. All departments of our bumes hDe bees much enlarged, especially that of Dress Geods, where we are con· stoontly opening alil the noveltis. of the season, to which owe now akl the particular attention o ulboth obbers and retaIlers. Our stocsk cosists of Dress Goods, r hawls Land GLloak, . lclod S oirtuug, Brown Shoettnus, Yankee Notions, Embroideries, Gnt's Faurnshing GOods, o L llinery o Goods, etc., .e , etO. All of .hich they oTfr at the Loowet ,ooohl pric, by the E. H. REEVES d& CO.. New r ork, Agricultural and urtteulelturall.,mplemento ulo d .t.etlllnes. FPIo,.s and PI . Caotlongo, Mowing otl Reaolno Mahino, lorae U Poers anl TbreL hers, Fanllo[; a:l (inri, iia Saw and Roller Cottvn Gins, I-gerol l'h Cttn. Wol a, d llS, y Presses, Wagon', Carts. Tracks and Wheelbarrow's; ,;nano, Bone Dust. Ioyttl uer Plhosph;Lo Lime 0n0d otheor Fer tilizersu ; (-rain old, Gras B e., r arb and Flower beod ; Improved Live Stock, ore. Depot of the Celebrated "IEAtLE COTTON GINS," mabfturedl, rolely by BATES, IlIYDE & CO. r" sendl fur ,t talo~aue. G. PAO.tONS- MANUFACOTBEY Hadfield'. Ulion FlreVworik. CHINESE FIRE-CRACKERS, ROCKETS, ETC LANTERNS, FLAGS, ETC. Also, large assortment of hs own l porttin of Toy. and FanNY (foods. No. 14 John street. near Boadway .............. EW YORK FUNMTON C OUFCPIELD,. EXCELSIOR FIREWORKS, LANTERNSR, ;FLA(S, FIRE BRACKERS, TORPEDOES, Re, Dey Street; near roradwry, New York PLANTATION.HOEU, SOLID CAST STEEL, OVAL EYE, Ausorted lso, at lowest market rates. For ale b7 J. E. HALSEY d CO., ANcSIO.sR. AndlHs.ardhvarP •omml.lon MerehsaU , SO Beekma street. New York. D~IL"jtW' ANlD COLT'S PISTOLS-. Allto Shrp's, Smith h Maon's, and other maket For saoIe J. E. HALSEY T CO., AOeSnoIrl., And Hardware CRomml..lon Merehant,. 5 BeSkmao street, New York. JOHN V. BELLE, STATIONER, S No. 19 NASSAUI STREET, NEW YOR. Alrg- aosortment of firt else Blank Book.. Alo oRm. tSN and Foreign Pape, and Stationery constantly on hand Account Book, made to order ; Lithographyb, Engnvtng ant Printing executed promptly and in the beet p.olsbie manner. Speolal attention to orders by mail, and proess u low . 113 heoe lIn the tl for goods of equsl qualit. PUMPS !...........PIMPSL ............PUIMPS STEIAM, FORCE, SUCTION, --uro- Lftling Pump. o. Every Descrlption, S1E.I and GAS PIPES, PIPE and GAS FITTIINGS EVERY DESCRIPTION -or Plumber's, On. and Steam Flitter.' Goods For sIst at the lowest rate, by JOHN B. FULLER, S BET STREET, New York. JOHN At. FULLER. MANUFAOTURER AND DEALER, No. 8 Iey Street, New York, Eulin tore nd Idyfor immediate shipment and is man, etuang to order, Portable and tatitonary steam ]ngines and Bollers. Iteo0 hem poerw Orerand Upright ew Minietf th most opproved constraotion, of all sizse, Gutting 7W0 to 5M eset of |mber per hotri rlt illls,, TM WNti Whaeel, and every kind o? Mill Macuhinery; Sagar Ril, P •erlnd Mlnebg mahion ;Teols, Tnks, etn., fenr Old SWorks; Cotton aid Woolen Meahitery, etf. VOEeCti Planers, Woodworth Plain Moehles, Iron Plenery, Gr.yh Weld's Plaaing M DI Lgateid, Deaale'ening Ic gBM. ItGring Michienn, Moulding iMachines, Slatting Mabhine, sash Machinel,. Oprignt DrillU , Tenoning Macbine, Steam Pumpe, Power Morticing Mahia, Fore. Pumps, Foot Morticing a-ibie, LiTting Pumps, Boring Machines, uetiron Pmp, Blind SlAt Tenonelng Mapr o Aiydranle JacL , Circular aw Btenens, Screw Jace. Wrighi's paient scroll ear. Ihaftieg el'.ys and Rneg.m, Peiect Belt scril Saews Rtober and Lather BeltlnHi, Circular Reserving Mill, Leather ad Rubber Hle, Upright Resrvg, MUll, Plumbing and Ga Fittlng, Rotary and Mining PrMps, Steam and Gsa Pi e, Every desacription of Macttt Steam cnd Wter singl, eand Railway Supplie. Cotton Glns, Cotton Gtle, Cotton 10nsl T or Eagle Brown Southern OCraven, Ecelsilor ad Mr - atSy on ( lnat wltt enpi wt or horse powers, and every. thing r uled for the same in store and tor sale at the lowea orl[- Yonr nrder.esrae r-ntfl!-~ v .olirirtd. ROBEIT FOULO, IMoOn,e or Freexa, E.,.otn eND OelAe Toys, PFany Good., China Und Flreworks MANUFACTURER OF TRANSPARENT SLATES. N,. 39 Job itr,-t. Now Vert. EI .TT PLUfI I.IIJ STEA.M SAW.H.LILLI. The First Prize, the GOLD MEDAL, was awarded to the WASHINGTON ION W eORKS, by the Amtrioan Institute, at their Fnilr in October, 1S35, for :he best tJlreculr gt~v.Mlll and iter~m , nglne. Orders for thesea, Dld daya-Mill, Fopalr Mill,, General Me chinery Iron y n, h roly Ctri gs, Forging., Railroad Cars GEO. MI. CLAPP, Treasurer, N: ewburgh, N. Y, orL, C. WARD, Agent, bt Lierty treaot (eRoom No. B), N. Y. J.E. NIALSEY m Ct. AUCOTIONEERS AND HARDWARE COMMISSION EM. CHANTI, a. Boeekman street, NEW YORK. Sole agents tn NbewYork for the Pltteburg Cutlery Ceompany, At wholesale to the trade only. at manOfactrert' prite. AR o: Agents for the STAB BRAND HORSE NAILS.