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Maturday. October 18, 1806. New York. .......MISSOURI, Hudson.............. 7 PM w York ...... ..... UNG SHIUEY, Sampsonr........7 PM Philadelpi........ STAR OF' THE UNION, Cooksy.8 AM Tx ................ MORGAN, Lawless .............. PM Tesr ................ST. MARy, Tripp ............... . 8 P obl ...............LOUISE, Hopkl-o rs............ PM Watering Places. ....CAMELIA, Blakesly-Oar...... 4 PM Lower Coast........MONSOON. BEsyhi ...............10AM Lower Coastr........LIVE OAK, F tt ..............10 A LaTourche., T......THO. POWELL, Dalter........ 5 PM Op ou...........CLEON ett................... Bayou Sr.........T; NICHOLAS. Hano............ Pp ltd River. ...........IRENE, eth...................... PM ed River........... i. A. HOMEYER, Sinnott ........ l PM Red River............ MITTIE STPHENS, Langhorn..5 PM Ouachitt Rlver.....BART ABLE, Tobln ..............5 PM Vicksburg ............ MAGENTA, Leathers .............5 PM Vicksburg ........... FASHION, Pratt ..................5 PM I Arkansas River...... JUDGE FLETCHER, 8mlth......5 PM St L.tlris .............VIRGINIA. PFtzger.ld............5 PM Sunday, October 14. 1866. New York ...........VICTOR, Gate ...................8 AM ayou 8a raS..........LA. FQOURCHE , Er.Ice...........I AM .ew Yor ...........VICTOR, Gales ................... 8 A Bayou Sara..........LAFOURCHE, Bar5ace........... AM SPECIAL NOTICES. - Notle to , hlpper, -All freight received this day by the steamer H. A. Hom7eer, FOR THIS TRIP ONLY, will be delivered at Shreveport and all Intermediate Doints on Red Riyer at I0. for Dry Barrels and 75. for Wet Barrele. R. SINNOTT, Captal. New Orle..n, Oct. 13,1866. - Notlce to Conalgnees--The Steamship Miseourd, Hudson, master, from New York, is now discharging cargo at the Company's wharf, in front of Jackson Square. Consignees will please call at the offce, settle their freight biI and proenre orders for the delivery of their goods, other wise they will be stored at their risk and expense. WM. CREEVY, Agent. 33 Croudelet street. - Mtasonle-GO mld Consistory of Sub.'. P. P.'. R. 8.. 32 Degree A.. and A. Rite for the State of Loisiana-In pursuance of a mandate lased by I. M. Brother Albert Pike, 13 Sov.'. Grand Commander of the Supreme Council of the 33 And last degree of A, and A. R. for the Soothern jurisdiction of the United States, and in accordance lwth an edict of the said Concll at the session of the same in the city of Washbington in April last, the mem. ber. of the Grand Consistory are hereby summoned to s. oemble in Cons Itorial Chamber, in the Grand Lodge Hall. on SATURDAY, October IS, at half.past 7 P. g., for the purpose of reorganizing the Grand Consistory in accordance witah the regulatinns of Supreme Council. By order of w. M. PERKINS. 33 CImmander in Chief. EMMEo D. CItAI. 3 Acting Cb~lnceIor. - Notice to Conslgpee -The British Ship BELLRWOOD, from Liverpool, will commence to discharge bher cargo at Post 35, 3d Dtrict. Consignees will please get their permits at the Costom Houe, pay their freight bills and procure orders for the oelivery of their merchandise, at the of fice o SIBLEY, OUION & CO, 46 Cerondetet Street - I. O. O. F-Wildey Ereampment No. 1 Theregulsr meeting of this Encampment will be held on SATURDAY EVENING, the 13th instant, at 7 o'clok, over the Crescent Mutual Inurnce Company, in Lodge Room No 1. JOSIAII FOLGER, Sriedhbe. -- Crescent Olty Bank, New Orleans, Oct Ilth, 1'6.-On and after MONDAY, the 15t 1instant, tbL Institution will pay it, depositors in currency. GHAS. FAURIE, Jon.. Cashier. - Pelican Chapter, of U. X. No. 11-A meeeting of this Chapter will be held at Masonic Hall on SUN DAY MORNING at ii9 o'clock. Member are requested to be punctual. Sojourning Sir Knights are invited to attend. 1By order of the M. W. JOIEPII P. HORNOR, 32d Secretar -- Noteie to ConEpgnees-The steamship ta of the oUnion, Cookey commander, is'o disharging at foot of St. Joeph street. First Distrtet. Consignees will ple.epay freight bills. procure orders from Agent's office, and attend promptly to the re'lpt of their goods on the Levee, No. 69 Canal street, corner Dorder atreet--Cars run reg. dIarly from corner of Magazine and Canal streets through Tchoupitoula, and New Levee streets, to and from the Stock Landing, Louialna Avenue. DAVID M'COARD, President. CUlnbls Prrs., 81ecretry. - First National Bank of New Orleans,. Hew Orleans, October 6, 1866At a meeting of the Board of Directors held to.day, THOMAS P. MAY, Esq. ws unani mously elected President of this Bank, in place of A. C. ORAHAM, Esq., resigned. D. B. FORBES. C0hler. -- Bank of New OrlBoeai.-Th- Stoek transfer book oflthl institution will be closed on OND AY, the 9th Inst.. and rema'n closed for ten days thereafter, in order to effect the reduction of estockr. In the meantime, holders ofcertlicstes ofstock are requested to present them at the bank to be exchanged for certificates of $f per share. A. DUCIIIRONt ('N1Cier. K. 0. C.--Members of the ,hboe Orgalzatlono areIlereby orders I to report themselves at the OLD IIEADQUARTEIRS, over the Ago Barroom, without delay, during the next dix Days. Dr. Robt. y NI Austin, Apcrtar 1, will ibe inttendance at the above place to inform memsbers of tie objct of tbhs call formation in regard Ito prisoner onf war who died at Camp Douglas, Ill., willplese addre10 E. S. JORDAN, Box 496, Chlcago, Ill. -- Gace of tire Trustees and Attorneys of the Associated Bondholders, treditors anld Stockholders of the New Orleans, Jackson and Great Northern Railroad Company, Now Orleans, April 17,EN 1866.LA-NoRKce s hereby given to the holders of the First Mortgage Bonds, General Creditors nod Stockholders of the New OrleAns, a.lockon and Wreat Northern Ralroad Company, that a plan of the re organlzatlin of the Company and an agreement based thereon is now open for Inpetls and the s ignature of Bondholdere WANTED V boarders. Apply, at once, at the onse situated ImmLe dlstelya on the corner of Apollo and Terpsichore streets. Terms moderate. WANTED--A COLORED WOMAN TO DO TiHE ,work of a family of three persons, Apply over Louisiana OGrocery, corner ot Cmp and Julia treets. ANTED-CA1VASlING1 AGENTS BOTH IALE W and female, are clearing from $100 to $s00 per month -ou tThe 1,ost Ca,s," by I0. A. Pollard, the only official 8outhern hi-tory of thr war, complete in one largo volume with twenty-four flue steel portraits. This work out sells alt others ever published. To eoergetin men aed women, and disabled oftfeers and soldiers, and soldiers' widows, a rare chanc is offredtomake mon'y. Address J. H. Hum ell, publiBher, No. 9 Bank !'Ina, or 50 Camp streeti , Ne. Or cans. FOR SALE. FOR SALE-UN ACCOUNT OF REMOVAL-A i p21rior upright Piano, it splendid repair, For terms, etc.;apply at 071 St. Charles street. OL mSALE-THE FOLLOWING DESIRABLE cr~",ea ersm will bn sold at I lw p/ to offoct liquidntipn Steam Propller L:;CILLE. is GANo. I. three years old, 515 tone, carries U5W barrels, and IUne accommodations for 5Icabin paeaengers, well found to every respect, and ready for any work. ttioi 11160t SUNFLOWER, the be2 t beat on the river, two Searo old, in perfect order slid condition, great power, Icvl ntlerr 36s, and not hard on f tel-ready. B2O24 Ferry I)GGIIIS, center 121122, 221d f St. Louis ferry boat aIlltowbloat p22 ec22IINdpU to bothl l T xll , in 1rfet condition hull mlad mahinery Jnst overhauled egard 2a 2of expen1e-ttly.O. Steamer RIO tG.N DE, iron, hall, f20h2lerbuket2, fid machinery, entries I8W barrels on very liglhtdralt, is 1210 and Il O fur 12e 2 particulars 2pp21 t0 CI1r·IIVY NICKlERSON k CO. Carl~ndrlet. corner ~mulct .treat.t FOIL MALE OIL ILNTN-I2 uP OF THIE F1INEST 1'P2112 ions In the t0tte of Cl.uiij"l .4,1,2,ed to the Parish uIt dl.. ,lincr + rrulltr ode above Nowio Orioilns. 'Cite gnv ti I\+IV~mil-u ,f thin 1, It o n bei bsiag ntirely [Fee from ov-rrlllnt. The wat~rer of it + 1 robg ni- y' within o nr pý mn of the r' vPnrA 02r.0 ill n1the 12221 milo to o abat or beoi~w, iol the highesrt water, wou~ld not i"Jurao it. Thera are ,Wont 7,N1 acres of ,1 Il-,red foolds, erlecfiy drw needl raId I-c i MI oly been I22 orlottilrti1 The above Ilico . 12 To,,rpal,, b1, nag In h St it, for fertility o1f soil (11,2 A2 The hu~illint* ore mI a or acbt state of epalir, v s: A fluee 222.21r 2 Iwell1,g ulomo w 11ith 0 all th It buildings ,Clongll, g to .1 vcar::·er's hý, a n fin in ý"pi-1; very good nee-, (platers liar!8111 trrrrr~l~lr side aldl It lii xlbar luluae and atone shed covered in slate, nonll two Iarra 1a, le.. There is nowr on the place 140 a Irpnut* of lnllt cane and 20 arpents nt I' .'It torn c oe p over 4000 obls. Haly crop nearly [n, and nl alpia for 50 wales. Ileg~sheads, wood, eta., ready folr t~o c",p. Parties -"vishilg to purchasea or rent will do well to call h - mediateW and see for um~maalvex, as the Ilrejsnl crop will 6e sold, if' III,- d For further IT110TmUrtion apply to A . 11T2UR THIS2UT, No. 37 Peters street, between Customhouose nud Bienvillo. FoH SA ~I.E.-D,- F. Lt N(IS -SEVER AL ELEGANT 222221lde1eez whlar nd bem. 1l11g1rdens on I'ryt11nia lcetbuum. in the on. Wnsnllrgt ll enue and other T dBBITabll T022 12111112 1112 12 di1tric4 Al1 some moderate aled housesl in the 01010 parniou ofthe sity. GIREEN A ELDER, Real Estate Agents, No 14122rrerer st222p FOH 8bI EVALUAOA 8E PLANTATION-TOPPOFER fafir sale my P~lamation I. Hlnos tunt, 5fips., ying on the Ruymloud and -rall tin road, eight miles Southwesta of $aymnnd. Title is a moat deainthlu plmco, coutaininq nine hundred and sixty acres, about e h unrl d cl eared and under good forcing. A few eumlusdiulra *,olling H e., with eight ro2ms raw I vro quarters, 1 .ad (2in 2ou1e with 1 11 outbulladnga enholrto, mlua excellenlt ,ater. The land fe mostly b2210, n, lying nn both 112s of Tllah·do Creek, wi0ch ram centrally Lrug the tract eb gut thirty hands ennld be workied togrettattt advantag~e It. the next yanr'a rroo. The to shbnrboo f is a goon ono, contiguousa to a large flourish,· mate ndFt2 mle S012 arv and one or two rches A good bargain is offered as I am toalnlr to sell Any letter. directed to ea t Crystal Springs, Copfeh county, Miss., or to 37ssrs. H221,2 2,4Mchon 2 Co., New Orlea a. will re 220ve prompt attention. H. C. SMITH. M. MISCELLANEOUS---NEW. EAALL,, ALLIION si CO. T (E B. FALLS-J. 0. HOWELL-J. N. ALLISON,) Cotton Facto.. and Commission Merehants, ' NO. 192 GRAVIER STREET, NEW ORLEANS. Special attention grien to filling orders from the country. I C ROLLL, RHOY & CO., M (J. W. CARROLL-JOS. SOY-CHAS. HARDENBERGOH,) ( Cotton Factor M -AnD G RENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS, M No. 86............ Perddo Street............No. 86 SNew OtLXAN. M NOTICE............................... NOTICE. N A. W. OWYN is not authoried to Collect or Receipt for me, and Is no longer in my employ. c J. F. DOUGLAS, Aglnt Atlantic and Mississippi Steamship Co. g LONDON PORTER .&ND SCOTCH ALE. Byass'. London Stout PORTER. Jeffrey,' Sparkling ALE--pints and quartl g For sale by JOHN TURPIN, 168 Common street, ole Agent for John Jefrey & Co.. Edinburg. CLAPP BROS. d CO., (GEO. L. CLAPP, EMORYCLAPP, J. J OIDIERE,) e Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants, 10 UNION STREET, Nzw OoLocu, L. C OP.RTNN EBRS p --T NE UNDERSIGNED have this day ansoc'ated themselves for tle transaction in this cit of a Cotton Factorate and Commission Business, ubder the firm of CLAP BROS. & CO. oGEO. L. CLAPP EMORY CLAPPF, Oct. 13, 18. JOHN J. OIDISRE. NEW ORLEANS, OPELOUBAS AND GREAT WESTERN RBILROAD, -n MORGAN LINE OF STEAMSHIPS, -TO Galveston, Indlanola and Sablne Pa, Texas, t STEAMBOATS TO ATTAKAPAS AND ALL POINTS ON THE BAYOU TECHE. Passenger Trains. Carrying the U. S. Mail, leave the Algiers depot EVERY 7 MORNING at 8 o'clock, arriving at BRASHEAR, Berwick's Bay, at12a. Speelal Pauenger Trains Lere the depot in Algiers at g o'clock on WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY MORNINGS, returning same day on the arri. val of the steamhibp from Galveston. The Mail Train Leves Brashea eey day (except Sundays) at 1 P 0.. arriv ioginc Algierst at . On SUNDAYS the train leaves Brcohear on the arrival of the Gnlceston steamship. The Eatiroad Ferryboat Leaves the foot oR St. Ann ,ree., opposite Jackson Square, eery moroing. at 75l, 'clock, and on Wednesday and Fri day mornbngs at 55 o'clockl Steamships for Galveston, Inside Route, via Berwick Bay, Leaves Brsbear on the arrival of passengers from New Or Ieanson MONDAYS, WEDNESDAYS and FRIDAYS; and B for SABINE PASS on SUNDAYS. Baggage Checked Through. No detention on tie route. TIROCUGH TICKETS for Oalveton, Indianola aed Sabinoe Pass, can be procured at ti~e RailroadCompny'aofflce, No. 69 Coaal street. or on the Ferryboat while crossing the river. FREE FERRY TICK ETS furnished to all passengers who procure Railroad or R Tex., tickets. Steamboat. 0nnning to New Ibera, and all intermediate landings on theTecihe, make DAILY CONNECTIONS (Sun days excepted) with theb trains at Brashear. Freight received and delivered at the ferr landing, at foot of S. Ann street, every day until5 P. M., (eceept Sondays) C for and from Sabine Pass, the landings on Bayou Teche and all stations on the road. Freight wil lsobe received and delivered at the freight G platforms in Alglers. L All baggage transported across the river Free of Charge, to and from the depot in Algiers, and the St. An street Ferry Landing. G. WR.B. BAYLEY, Chief Engineer and Oneral Snparintendent. L O T ie EEnglneer and Ge:neral 2up2 12tendent. C. POEAXLJOTBA RAILROAD. WINTER ARRANGOEMENT. On and aer SATURDAY, October 13th, 158, the trains he on t 2L 1 rad wiLl leave as follow: A12 o'clock . r..m a o'clock A. Steam ain 9 o'clok . .k r 1 'cloc. N S .. .. 53 .. .. NOIg ... .. 6. . ... .. 7 .. 8 1 A HorseCars. h Freo, to yand om th Lake, bame day, celnts. PasTsen whor wuontilly Statiob must notify the ieodncto prlorto parturefl tbran. CFare, a -t O Ge.ANDLe . e nerl up A. GLENNt GREY JJCKET BITTERS, SCOPLAINTS INCIDERY.NTAL TO r 1Chlldhood, Youth, IAnhood, M ,or Old A1,e. t T IC. . .......... ................ .......NOTIC....... The unsettled besiuess of A. GLENN S CO. will be at tended t bythe uodorigned, or by LEN, COCIATIOERS __& CO., 138 Cravierstreet. 22A. T O BEEN, -- J. H. H[. HEDGES,, COTTON GINNERY. 1281 ...........Teho1uplto2u2s Street ........... 881 l Saok to contaon cotton2 n saed, furnHshed to Panters aend SCommission erchaut, 1ree of harge. Highest pr ie paid i1 Incsh for cotton in seed. Box for rders 166 Gravier street B Pot-gce box 1916. ew LA G2DI. B ANEYVOLENT ASBO ATION H OF LOUISIANA, secred the front rooms on the second uoer ae above, whcre city merchats and others who take an interest in te welfare of the widow nd orphan of our Southern soldJert. 15 Second-hand clothing i. olicited to aid in providog for'thel Sfamilies under our care. IWe are very anlxious to obtain a reliable and suficienst fund by inrearsing the number ot" mlnual Members t, at least one er, Ladies wishing to become members, or Centlemen co'.tribn tots, by payinG $55 or more each year2, will lese call at our R,1 1ooms1 , hich wfll be open daily (except1 2uday) from 10 in o'lock A. Y. to 2 P, Y. rd- MRS. IL. T. BARTLETT, President. 31R,. 0. W. P71rTc11., 511cretary. no"ne that h pth oiy rpen tho olinr llnd.th to the Lord' and nd thai, whmhil hlith given will 1e pay1 him l ain."--L 'rov. 19 and 15. pROPOSALS FOR WOOD. -Sealed 1 ropoyls are invited and will bie received at this ST office ltl 12 l' ocIk, 2.. o FRIDY. Gere,,llr 26 186,1 fi.r the te d :very o1 6 10 colrdl . Wold in thl city ,1f Near rle,,,o , Thoe Wnod wi trill o Il.ij.Pt to cnrrfl d il eelrtihm before are Ceted, Sandl m .ani , lllud mlll atai, ,ll" llarl woll. l, ol2 t b -st uall lity '1,Bid, will bIe 2cceptel for alt i l i, tilh fro, cor1ds. Tie 1 lh2 1liiy f'l tlh bidd,,r t1 ll hII i ,1 n a, ,n t n'ust be I 2. gI.rn , 1ed by t1O res I. I l]e mg . he21. l. 1 an1 d l otl re. ed t ant beaqle d tnn tire +nl rInl , t+ 1' 1, reai.[ - tc of is Clerk of tihe n .arelst Ditit,t t ,,urt, r the U. S. D8iVrE l t At tornny' 'rble 1.rtmd murat. e del4lceed +it tihe rlte of not ia- thou, 1010) cord. per reruth, at tile Dti ýu of' •he Chief Quarter red h le (:overnment re.,.rvea tile rlzbt to reject any or all b/idl Bidswill e ellorsed "'Propn f, r 1VodJ" and ad,t esaed Bryorder of Col. .. G. S.AWTELLE: . Chief Qmtrtermutel Oelpnrtr e llt of thileG lf Lie Brevet Lieut. Cloh el. - A-ITt IQlartermantor. THE USE o0 GREY JACKET BITTERS I HAS SAVED A THOUSAND LIVES TIIIS SEASON. zed Choleranever attacks those who age thlem regularly, which fact we can prove• ER an BARNETT A LION, e Manufacturrs of Grey Jacket Bitters, 211 81 and 81,3 Gravier street iAh PASSAGE FRBO LIVERPOOL TO PhA NEW ORLEANS. The nderied agent TAr 8- 8'.s BLACK STAR en LINEOF PICKET 1ll11 p... edt .1 ..1 pre-pail or pasageticketl atal owr 2 lor .' in. .,,.,.fr t oA re uds I trlinB and upwrr .pl,a51 2 o. I 01 .2.ld u the Ioyal Bank oolaud. )DON L,+, No. 110P'odras tr, s', New ur63a1s. AMUSEMENTS. VARIETIES THEAT-ER-GRAVIER STREEI W. R. FLOYD ........................... g......Manager , Doors Open at 7; Performance Commnc at 8 o'clock PRICES OF ADMISSION: Private Boxes, according to location $8 $l0 and 12; Pr qu reett and Patugette Ulcrce, $I; Orchestr Chalrs $1 50 Famlily Circle, (Frt Tier, 75C; O~aller, 2c. First Lbakesperlan Night of the Seams. SATURDAY, OCT. IS, 1867. The performance will commence with S)omeo Dsd Juliet. Rom.. Mr. Jas. Ca8denC Juliet Mrs. Chanfrn;N MercutlT LB. Davenpor; Peter, . W. . .is;e and other ch1racter then aompan. bt After which o fvorte "P Hiul by Mi Cosa Wood. Concluditf with oft time O P SIC rpitaL Farce of FORTUNE'I RO C. Robrin ROughed, M, S arry Pearon with hfis lmons eange "I Likes Drop at ood Beerp and the Weeping WiWllow. TO-MORROW (Sunday) EVENING, a Oret Bll1--BShke pesre'. exciting Traed6 of RICHARD III with a BVo powerful Cast ; nd 618125NE'8 FROLIC. I 5T. CHARLEs THEATRI-BT. CHARLES ST Proprietors ... ................BEN DE EAR E. EDDY Maturdasy avenlnag. October 18. 1Rb 6. Last appearance but one of BEN BEBAR, on which, oc caiLon hseill appear in two great chIrOete--CREPIN THY COBBLER, in the beautifal drama of the WONDERFUe WOMAN, and hi0 own great character of ROBERT MA CAIRE. D S NoticeC-Alteration of Time-The doorS will be opened a half-past 6, and the Overture commence at h0ll-patC 7 o'cloe. Sunday-BENEFIT OF BEN. DEBAR. Mondy-First Night of Mr. E. EDDY and Miss HENRI. jETTA IRVING. ACADM o M0.' MESR.C-RT CHARLESi ST. SPALDING A BIDWELL....... Proprietors and Managers. Saturday and eunday, October RB and 14,66. COLOSSAL COMBINATION TIOUPE OF STAR AR. TISTS, presenting every style of amusement known to the world. Last two nights of the FRENCI SPY. 6'llo ZavH-. towk3 and T. L. CoCoCC in their celebrated Sword Combtt. GRAND MATINEE SATURDAY NOON. NEW AR. TISTS DAILY EXPEITED. Patrons purchasing tickets during the day will obtain better seatC, and avoid the crowd at the box offie at night. Doors open at halfr.pst 6 P. ' Curtain rises at half-past Box Oce open from 9 . x. to .r FIRST GRTAND FANCY DRESS BALL, YOUNG MEN'S BENEVOLENT ASSOCIATION, For the Benefit of the Tomb Fund, On Ostnrdsy, November d. 1fO6, Alt the ECHANICS' INSTITUTE, on Dryade street, near Cana str et. G. Ih. Braghn, Aus. m ibola, C. e eS3er,0 II. . Schmldt,6 D.E. Clebort, J. lioban. L.A. R,.ds,* J.A. C , J.A DaRoh, P. Torre, Jr., ChJrle ScChmdts SepToCC, F. White,' A. PerFeCr, J.. er E. C. Abadie. C. E. Richards, Corad raus, F. Gehlbac6 , Jr., L Bir, Ernest archand, A. NaCtG3C,* N.F. Anseman, J. Lamare, J. Dubalen, J. Flick, A. J. OnCman, Ernest DeBlane, P. Forget, Joe. Herz-g, 6FloorCMnaCera. The Board oOIanagers will meet every uesdayC and Friday evenings at 7 o'cClock at the office ,f . H. Braugl. Esq., NO. 26 commercial Place. No Invitations fur Ladies will be issued a6er"the2d of Noviember, 1866 Applications for the Bar and Restaurant to be addressed in writing to Mr P. Wh0te, No 288 Old Levee street, or to I. . Schmidt, No. 45 t. Peter street. Tickets, $2 0; to e had of any of the Maagers. CRESCENT CITY MIISE1IM- 40 AD 42 ST. CnHCLES ST., OPPosIE St. CC0ALES HoC L. Open from 8 . till 11 P. C. Daily. R. W. SCHIAFFER....................... MANAGER. The Museum building has been refitted and enlarged at an enormous expense, expressly for the Curiosities to be exhibi OVER TEN THOUSAND CURIOSITIES, comprising Wild Beasts, Birds, Fishes, Insects, Minerals, Paintings, Coins, Relics of the Revolution and wonderful things' from every part of the known world, will be there found on exhibi tion. In connection with the above curiosities, AMES'S GREAT TRAVELING MENAGERIE, consisting of African Lions, Tigers, Leopards, Kangaroos, Baboons, Birds, Etc., will be daily on exhibition, .ogether with celebrated Chinese Jugglers and Artist., who will perform wonderful and daring eats In Knife Throwing, Etc. The intrepid LA BELLE LOUISE and her Performing Animals will daily add to the attractions of the Museum. Admission 50 cents; Children 25 cents. TheC Crescent City Museum will open Wednesday, Oct. 10th. FOR RENT. OR RENT--TaO FIRT-CLASS DWELLINGS IN Fthe Fourth Distrlct. Apply to GLUOER, HOPKINS & CO., Z 1Rt L2iUin street. Rent-00for one; $2500 for the other. 1 Union street. FOR RENT-PONTALBA BUILDINGS TO LET A few of the well known Dwellin Houses situated on st. Peter and St Anne trels, fronting , n Jacson Square. Annual Rent, $180 Also, sevoeral Olees on St. Peter street between Chartres aud Levee streets. A ly to 2LAFITIE, DUFILLl 2 & CO. 19 St. ,Lol s street. FOR RENT--OFFICES TO RENT--APPLY TO Ii BYRNE, VANCE & CO., 3 Carondelet street, (up stairs.) FOR RENT--ONE TOUSAND (1000) ACRES OF 2wellimpr2ved Land, etirely 2abve high water mark situated in the pari2h ,f Avoye2t21, on B2yOu 0tUffpwer-2 al under a god fence and well ditched. There are alnty labor. ers on the place at present--the Lessee may hire by applying intime. Also, 2,r rane--Fie t2o seven thousand buels of C T22S. P. FRITH, b Evergreen P. 0., Avo-elles, La. A F OR RENT-A VERY DESIRABLE DWELLING .12 Pos, fursThed, in a quiet and amepectable ne1glhbor hood Th ouseae tl tov rooms, khieitien, store-room and wash house. The rent will be moderate to a good tenant. In 22i22 a22o 12 Lurel, st22222, bet2ee2 FliclF road and S1l OR ENT--FROi TIE FIRST OF OCTOBER- T Tlree floors, with tio ine offices, in s.ore 8 Common D. MIOIGAN. Broker. 88 Commo, street. T TO TULET-THE UPPER PORTION OF NO. 48 LOST--STOLEN-FOUND. LOST--FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF NEW OR l2ans, N2ew I2rl2ns, Sept. 0 , 186-Notice is hereby g ven that CERTIFICATE No. 1422of this Bank1 for Fi2ty Shares of stock, in thee name of Gordon Granger, dated J ruly H, 18h , d having been lst or mislaid, application has been made to the SBank for the issue of auother n sts stead. D. B. FORBES, Cashier. - OLT--IN THE STATE OF ALABAMA--TOE FO$L0 loing deacribed Certifi ates of Canal Bank Stck- CertilBate N 3214, dated O ov. 3, 1850, lsEand to W. P. 2olett, for 25 share2 stock.2 2ert12lcate No. 30, dated June 2, 1851, Isuned to W.P. Notc2 i1s hereby gi12n that applcation has been mad2 to the bank for new certlfesate, in the place of those lost. JOHN U. MOLETTP, Administrtor of W. P. Mol.tt, d2ea22d Ce OOKING STOVE-. AT PEI.RY'S OLD STOVE IOUSE, S11 I'OYDRAS STREET (Between Camp and St. Charles Sis) 2 For Sale, AOO Fat Tjop Diving Flue Clooking 0. Stove,. (1I of the s1ne 22ner2l character, but differing in orn2men. 2rti2on n2 in their 222ne2.) For twmety ye trs hLve been selling and continue to sell the "OLDL Il|AT1tAWALY" sto.vse. which. under tile name. of Charter O22 k Brili2t2 . 1'e2rl2s2 Ollv2 , Br.n22, M2agee 2ad Slagnoi r .ar tn " te arket(Pthe pr.es Y vrfryt with the a1n21t 121f pullngA e A:h 12- l,2222212212, 22222 11ve r or 2 re al2e2hatonet ne 22,.2 2ll 2,,2aer the oher. The STI22 ' or PREMI UM'ST, I)VR, undo thle naimes of -ollhernl StrH QlSeelI + uA.1iol alldr thlt b e-un . ave, also. in genii variety, eo-dand wooII Parlor P.lnkllns, and , larw o our Tight Rood ,Stoes2 larg2 a" d 22i222ll2s, il2l2 2 22I 22 I2N2 e St22o2s St i22 12 etc. I d u not c" ai l illy [ aI?. merit in brinlg ablle to bhel ,i m h- 2 d,,22 , 222.2l 2 2l d t22 Ii'-.ve the r jr, a t2 kee2 -wter, S 2ot at all [i22;,2 or mrro222t e +,in 12 22lr 222222 2tIll22 2 1t tC(I""""' nl to "'Oal snow aatw t dl kin;groves will unab le n to W.l ,2 smell t.. ,et "2" ia2llll2 ] 2 lht hlf-e the t I2,22 they muay- caill 22 22'E222 2',22 11 i., ,,tdr1 tma eest , and stve2U $5 ilthe r 2 22 2i1 T HB.AS LEEM PIOV100 BY ACTUAL TRI.AL BY NU1EROUS PERSONS HERE .iT HOME THAT 2 GREY JACKET BITTERS I In2vara2ly relieve2ffe2rr2s frl. Dyspepsia, and rinv2go- I rate constituli,,ns enfeeled Iy the climate. 1 These BITTERS ca2 1e purehlsed from all 2Wholesale and Retail Grocers and Drn~glsts. ENTIT 'FUIPIN. MANUFAOTURER of all kinds ot FANCY CANDIU SYRUPS, GUM DROPS, JUJUBE PASTE and SUGAR I &LMONDS, by team. IOLD SYEE $ITEE?, AD. PICKER d Co., (ED. o. PALMIB. J0OB. WILD,) 222 -Importer of 2nd Wholeale and Retail Dealemln 1, n«-seta, Tat. Oi1 Cuhoth. eta.. Nlo 1 l ratr 0 r eat N.$ O2 P0,2 - ý WrTnm w I**0* WNHNWI4J *I*4S U ,R SUNDRIES. SET. WyISKY..........-.....................PO . .Ser. 200 bblS, Retlfed WHISKY. Is. 0 .. Rsw lOb .. MESS PORK. PFor .le by Pr- FAIRCHILD, VERHOEFF & BINGHAM, S 84 Msgsine street. SS DRIES ................... III 1 20 bbls, oer.weight Mess PORK. 20 .. Choice Brands Exr FLOURB. 100 tlere.s and kegs Loaf LAD. 50 casks CLEAR SIDES and SHOULDERS. t-o-0 tlerces Sugar-.cred HAMS.DI) ed, etc. er, 215 frklns Goshen BUTTEE. i.s 25 csuks Jefrey's SCOTCH ALE. 100es0 OYSTERS, LOBSTERS, SALMON, eo. .p o SUGARS, STRUPS, TEAS, COFFEES, kes. A General Auortmeat or Grocerles.. ost For s Oby BIDWELL, PAY2R & CO., 33 and 36 Tchoupltoul street. ST. ETRELL & THOMAS, WESTERN PRODUCE DY. Commlssion erehabats, 'HE 10 POYDRAS STREET. '- L1A..........................LARD., at 100 tieres Choice Lea. k2. ,M lM s .. .. In store and for sale by FI- ETHELL A THOMAS 105 Poydr2 street. 0T. BAC ........ON ........................BAC.... ON. r. casks Clear and Rib Sides. In store and for sale by ., 105 Poydrsa street. R. OR ..... ........................ E E b.i 200 barrel Choice Mess. 300 .. PrSm t In store and for sale by L . I ETEELL A THOMAS, |e . 105 Poydras street pl 150 b lins and tubs Western. t In store and for sale by ETHELL & THOMAS, 10o5 Poydra street. L, FLOBTR.................................FLOUR. 408 barrels Grey JketLL XXX Famly.P 100 .. oyMsl.. 0 ., Bellevilde a .. . I00 .. Center Star 01 .. Double Extra. Mt, 200 Single xtra.. 205 .. al Banded--High Grade. In0tore and for sale by ETHELL & THOMAS. 105 Poydr5. street. WHITE CORN HEaL. Ad, 500 barrels Choice Klan-dried, Warranted. ]r In stere and for sale by to ETHELL & THOMAS, c2 ,ay 105 Poydras street. o 45 60 ctddles--embrs4.g-"hallenge Navy." "Old Dominion;' W "A. A. A.," "O,.pe Jaoe," "r.each Bloeeom," N2atural ° Leaf, etc. e In store and for sale by ETHELL a THOMAS, 105 Poydras street. e ROPE AND TWINE, t. 500 3W oil32ach.ne ROPE. a 0 Packages Bal21g TWINE. i ETHELL A THOMAS, . , 105 Pydr .r. S, 212.08 n (s, gAWNED FRUITS AND FRESH COVE V OYSTERS, 2ust received per ex-steamer Liberty, 022, bi- 20 c2es Mann & Co.', Fresh COVE OYSTERS,. 1 b cans. 2 100 .. Price Bro.. FrehPEACHES, 26 can. nI 100 .. .. STRAWBERRIES, 205 cans. 1 ., 100 .. .. BLACKBERRIES. 2 can. RI s 100 .. WHORTLIBEEeIEds . A IS.., bu g No2 1 in store 2221for 25le b WE. A. BELLS CO., S 2 No. 41 N02202 ..et2 bE WINES ....INE......... WINEB..............WINES. SPARKLING AND STILL CATAWBA. From the celebrated Manuactory of ZIMMERMAN & CO., Successors to LONGWORTH A ZIMMERMAN, CINCINNATI, OHIO. -..HESe WINES ARE Equal to Any and are Surpassed by None. The Trade, Hotels and Private Families supplied in quan. I ttes to sNO. 'W. NORRIS & CO., No. 52 Canal street, New Orleans, Sole Agenots for the South. LOUR, ...... ............ .............FLOUR. CELEBRATED CLARESVILLE CITY MILLS FLOUR. Thebost in market. Thoe who remember this favorite brand before the war, may be assured it has lost none of its former Superiorlty. For sale by B. M. TURNBULL & CO., 9 Union street. TOBACCO NOTICE. All TOBACCO Inspected and Stored in the Cumberland Woarehoue, reomaining on hands, is now stored in the Huo ter Street Warehouse. H. M. HAYS, Inspector. , September 28, 186. BAKERIES. LOUISIANA BAKERY. BEALS & MILLER , Have removed thelFDEPOT from No. 58YI Common street toNo. 9 Fulton and No. 11 New Levee, between Common r and Gravier streets M A .UARIT--AROAET HOUGHERT,. SUCOESSOR TO F. DAQUmI a 0o. Braed and Irackers Baker. o. 76 NEW LEVEE STREET, NEW OLEMA between Poydras and Lafayeste streets, OS onsta K tlB o t an. are assorto ment of BsERA CRACKERS. CREAM BISCUIT, eSS. Ac, HER.ON & O.., (A. 0. HERON, T. CALDER, H. RIDDELL.) COMMERCIAL BAKERY, Nos. 8AL and SO6 Tehoupltoulas aS~etS, REPOT, NO. 9 TCHOUPITOUOLB STREET, New Orleans. Alway on han d all kinds of LOAF BREAD ANI CRACKERS. Steamboats, Ships and Prieste Famlllst Supplied. r Are prepared, at all times., to ill orderstor OREAM BISCUIT, PIC-NIC BISCUIS, WINE Do. SODA Do. SUGAR Do. BUTTER Do. WATER Do. FRENCH Do, BOSTON Do. GINOGER NUTS, NFITOT AND MAI V BREAD. . ORN M.AL AUCTIO\NloERS. NELLIGAN & WASBI- (IAS. NELLIGAN, CIIAS. T. NASTI,) A.utioneers, AppralSeBars slnd BFrokers , OFFICE--16 GRAMVIER S'LtREET, Have this day formed a copartnership for transactiing a GENERAL AUCTION and BROI-EFRAFE BUSINESS IN Real Etate, for sale, parc0ha 1 Ieaso; Mort"geS. BRoond, 0All kinds of Securities, StokoI, Iosurao,,, 0r0 Ss, and In or Outdoor .ales ot any kind. Have constantly on hand No. I Kentucky MULE iI nd IIORSES. Orders fortbo same will receive prolnp2 atten tion. Wa respectfully solicit the patronage of our friends and tile public. WILLIAM C. COOK, AUCTIONEER. OFFICE--I9 GRAVIER STREET. Having hadste yearexperencs as an Auctloneer, I reD spectflly offer my servces to the merehats ef New Orleans and elsewhsere for the sale of cargoes of Cotton, Ctffee, Soar, Molasses, Grain, Frult, L.mber, Wine and Merchandise gene - PSrlleular attention given to Underwriter', sales. SSTORAGE ............. .. ...TORAGE. R. IR. LONGLEY, JOHN. P. PUTNAM-DELTA WARI. BOUSE,frooting on Frootand New Levee, between Glrod .e, Lfayoette treets. Theabove Warehouse. nowbelig thoroughSly d spatd 'ltb new fl.oors, etc., we will be oprepared to reseive ,soSr for Floor, 2Corn Oats Wheat Brsa, Batgig sad RojoO, e.d all kinds of Mercha.dise . hOSNLEY J 120 Refer to--S . O. A T. A. Nelon, R. Bleakley & Co Vlol'tt, Block A Go.. J. 5. Will.s & Co., O. 0 Gar05, Pat'," & Duog San. Coway & Bra, Lloyd R. Coloema.. LOTTERIES. CAPITAL PRIZE, S60.@00. KENTUCKY STATE SINGLE NUMBER LOTTERY. MURRAY, EDDY A CO....................:.MAAGERS Covalgtea. BY., a. ta , Octobr 1th, -AD Cl m, Oetobop8euat, Igg SCHEME: SIprio ............$ 00,00 is. ... *oO 1 priap or............ $0,000 is ............ 20,00. S pi o......... ,000..... .................. . 0.m Spri of...... . 0 .... 8.. .....000 S prl o.........., 4,s60 ..... 0 C pros of.......... aMG . 01.500 Pl P e o o.................. 48,o00 22 p-e of..... " 2oo e.... . 440o APPROXIMATION PRIZES: Spproximation prizes of $SLM ech for the . re. sining unite of th e auns ten of the nmbher drawing the O000 pflae t o.. ......... N approximation prlae 1, each for the ine re,. Newming O utes of the . re ten of the number drslg he $20,000 prie are .................... 2,700 9 Opprofmatlon priss of $20 e0 h for the nine re aoinogounits of the same ten of tbhe number drawing the $8, M0p dof o............. 2,250 9 approximatL0 prion of $200 each for the ole re* u1mang nite of the s ame toe of the a o mIer dnrwlgthe 8OOOprie are .................. 1,800 9 Dpproxlm tton pres t of $100 eah for th nine rs ma0lnng tri off the same ten of the numbers d l. t 4M0pr Ee... . ......I 00 a9 pproxmton re of $100 each for the nine re maelolng nits of the ame ten of the numbers drawingnhe,$40prl r ...........O.. . 527 prs amontg to....................... O.... Whole Tickets, 9$18: Halves., $9; Quarters, $4 50; -/ghths, $2 25: OSxteenths, $1 15. P-rzeoPayable In 1011 Without ]edeoetlio. Orders for Tickets in this Splendid Scheme will be carefully answered by return ail, and the drawintgs ount with an ex planation of the reom t of each investment, t soon 0 0 tbh drawing ia ove. Add.re COHAS. T. HOWARD, Licensed Dealer, No 40 C pam astreet. or Locko Box Post Omee, ew Orleans. PARTNERSPHIP--.DISSOLUTION NOTICE ....:.... .............. . NOTICE. The Copartnershlp of OBALMERS & BOON w. dls solved by mutual consent on the 30th Jone. A. H. CALMERS Ia alone autlhorizeld to liquidate th ffalrs of the bon.ern. A. H. CHALMERS. U. S. BOON. H1 E PIER oF MONROE 0 RRDDINOTO. 00 ths'0ay dl eolvedb mut0al consent. JOHN T, MON OE ialone .harged with the liqudaldon of the affas of Ste late firm. JOSN.T. MONROE THOS. REDDINGTON. New Orleans, October llth, 100. C1OPABTNIE.IP---MESR. CON R AD SGREEN and JOHN E. CRONE are admitted to an 0ute. rest in our houe from this date. The style of our firm ll remain as heretofore. Asurin oar atrono prompt attentio0 to all orders for PIant0tio0 and00w 0l0 Machinbey and Agrl. cutural Implemen int all var1ti0e0 we solioit a continuanc of the patronae so uerally extended to in the past. THOS. N. BoD01EY 00. Noew Orean s, Oct. Ist, 1866. THE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE -exTienip between the underigned, under the name of W. CORPREW A CO., is this dy dissolpad by mutal con sent. W. CORPREW will continue the businese under th. es0e name and style. W. CORPREW. J. N. WHITE. New Orletna, Olctober 4, 1860. DIUSOLETIO10--THE COPARTNBERSBHIP OF THOS. C. WALSH & CO. expired this day by limits tlon. THOS. C. WALSH, New Orleans, Oct 1,1866. ARTHUR CONNELtL. CTOPARTNERBHIP-THE SEUBSCRIBERS HAVE o ormed a copoartnerbp under thestyle and firm of IRBY, McDANIEL A Co., for the purpose of transacting a Goen eral Commission Business in this city. JAMES J. IRBY, JOHN ROBIN McDANIEL, THOS. C. WALSH. New Orleans, Oct. 1, 1866. D ISUOL'TIO --THE COPARTNERSHIP OF THE undersigned, under the firm of SUTHERLIN, WAR RON & CO., this day expires by limitation. The unsettled busine.s of tOe firm will be closed by our successors, Mesosrs. Suotherlin, Callaway Co., who will sign in liquidation. JOHN M. BUTHERLIN JAMES R. WARREN JAMES F. CALLAWAY, WM. T. SUTHERLIN. New Orleans, September 30, 1866. "OPA$i.BTNEB]HIP--x SUCBSCRIBERS IIAVE this day formed a Co artnerthip under the firm of 9UTHERLIN, CALLAWAY & CO., fr the transaction or General CommisSion Business in this city. 0JOHN . OUTHERLIN. JAMES F. CALLAWAY, JOHN T. JOHNBTON. NewOrleans, October 1, 0866. THE PABTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EX Y isling between H. H. Heddon and Ht. 3leder expired on tho3Utb ot September, 18166. Either partner will ettend to the liquidation of the late firm. I1. II. 0 0EDDEN, 00. IAEDER. We, the undersigned. 11. Ii. ledden, H. ,aeder aod S. V. Clark hove formed a copartnership., to take effsect from Oct her 1 L060. We will, oas heretofor, hoep a coice supply of Famlly Groceries. The 1tyle ofou firm,. I1. II. HEDDEN & CO.. Corner of aroudelet and Common stroeets. NOTICE ..............................NOTICE. CHARLES FLOYD, Esq., of Richmond, Vo., becomes a partner in my busiless from thisdate. The style of the firm willbe T. F. WALKER & FLOYD. THOMAS F. WALKER.. New Orleans, let October, 1866. MB. CHAS. B. BAILEY HAS AN INTEREST in oy house from September 1, 1366. GE0. O. GARNER, No. 63 Common and 601 Canal street. New Orleans, October 1, 1M66. HIA.VE ADMITTED MY SON, C. L. AITKENSB, as a partner. The ,ouiono will be continued onlder the Bom of J. S. AIT INS k SON. J. S. AIOKENS. Oetomberl, 10.. Octoberl, I666. COPARTNERISHIP-COPAIRTNERSIIIP The audersigned have fomed a Copartnership. under the styleofiMcCOMBS & HARDY, for the transaction of a t GeneralProvision ndGroceryBusiness, at No. 33 Natchez F, street. W. McCOMBB, A September 1, 1866. P. A. HARDY. THmE UNDEIHUIGNED HAVE FORMED A J Copartnership underthestyle of SNIYMANSKI 5 CO., for the purpose of storing and compresslng Cotton in the zymanski New Cotton Press, corner of Clonet and Levee streets, Third District. I3. SZYMANSKI. E E. T. PARKER. All orders left i our bot, at No. 48 Union street, at the office of Messre. Willams, NIxon K Co., will be promptly at. tended to. New Orleans, Sept let, 186. NOTICE--HAVING WITHDRAWN FRO BU08I. ness, myoan H. W. KLOPPENBURO succeedN me, and will continue the business In his name, the adersinge re malinn In the firm as partner in .ommendam. L KLOPPENBURG. New Orleans, June 23, IBM. H A . 8 ouht Rmey and James A. White, undertb r am and stgle of D.TGOMDERY & WHITE, in thiity. .lt by mutu° consent dituoltd o theb 17th Iof IMy 1884. kither f the putnr o will attEndl to liquidstlot of it. s ars. R. MONTGOMERY, .As. A. WHITE. I T HE .UNDME OIGN. WILL O ID FNUE THE J buatese of the late firm of MIontgomarn K White on his own account JAMNES A. WHITE, h1i8 Common ..ret.. New Orleans, 4d5 June, 1866. PlH YSICIA NS. It. . A. REMci.EOD- OFFICE, NT. 5 CARHONDELET STRIEET, oNrr his Professioaal Sicre os tr the Citioens of New W . " AUSTIN, i. )., AT TIIE OFFICE OF THE BOARD OF HEALTH No. 1182 o raler street, Resideure, No. 246 Washington street. H I. . T. POX .0. J. T. SIIOTT. PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS, Oce, Nol,40 CAIMP STREET, between Cmmon .nd Ors vier. Hsdeuee No. 9cornr JosaphtM zad Apello streets, New t rleanLs. Of1ice Ilour. 11 A. UI. to BP. M. N. B.--Speei)l attention paid to Diseases ofthe Ey. No A BROAD STREET, NDW YORE Cotton and Tobheeo Faetors and .. ner. l . .ee mluton 1ea-ehaats. H. D*. N wo wOt aN'Wo-.M LOUISVILLE, R2. WholsolG.1 roers . .and Comm. rt.m nr. elantl. bL R. FEITOHAED, , Ootton Patorand Comm.a1in MehOent AII 'HE PHILOSOPHY OF MA~b IAQ I as delivered at the New York Anatomical Museula 1 ad g- VT New York, oak be had in New Orleans at r. F. Keller gT Roya street. Prie 96 osntrl.aan freeby lpo a ·ryabM. A UCTION SALES THIS DAY. LARGE AND PEREMPTORY SALE OF ELEGANT Hatch and Single lloPp, Eegsnpt Ssdde Ho, less. Work MBles, Fine M11ch Cow., SBoggls, esse B. R s Earns Wagons, tc., etc., at a tlo BY MONTOORERY de DO., B. M. Moroma. l, Aaeoneer. OMi f Camp ste S ATUNDAY. Ot.er 18 8 11 .'e1 k A S. a, FtP. Ltse's S Plw, Grad shot5 *wRlRbs.Id Elegpt Nrsh Horss. Bqssnat dBdd.l Hoss.. Fine WMor Mles. Fipne .l.h Cowp. h. AIgo's and Open Boggles, Eleganin.stet, Nannan Sp 1TEs*-.osuh in U. S. Trsep s Notes. REMOVALS. AURNTeUEs.........I .ITU- ........mmmovTUE. We e ts day REMO int our eS oT NO. t CABO NDErWT ST s8ET, (UTp Str) 5 A7 , O A o, rein No. r M MM . DF JOHN SHAW has rerred h Ofie from calr arnne and St. Joseph s0 nd. t No. Ce 84WA si STRETbetwenJu n and S Joupc whiee he my Ta iI 0found at le hors by FIy or aths c - J. HAW. G. . e Le D. R OV .o . ................. ....._R 0 E SCAlT & I Ev LER have rmovd o No 4, 51 e" EOVA,..........................R.OVAL. W tBIDsdy REMOVED t, oR, NO. 116& CO. Havemmoved o NEa tend Teutoa stee, aa meCAof GROCERT STETD PROVISIONS r s) Si K8M * SHEARER. Nao Orlsns. Ot. 11, 1566. SREMOvL ......................... EMOV . FALLS, ALLISON A CO., from No. N9 MCsLsiEsANDTt to Np. 192 IGRAIER STREET o betes Csoendeet and Boo, i ronn o streetN.8nd2mp onr FALLS. ALLISON & C0. REMOVAL........... .BEMO VAL. DR, JOHN SHAW hs .am sutrd his Otee from ornet y Bsront and St. Jospht te re, h to Np. 2 BARONNE STRET,.estend Jollha and St. Jospsh, where one ay b found at pl hogrs bytdyy or doght. J. SHAW. C. N. N. D. SREOV .......................... REMOVED. SCHlMIDT A EIGLER hase rermovd to Nos. 4 , N 51, and 55 NEW LEVEE STREET, oppit e NstchEL AleIy. EMOVAr t .:...................... MOVAL GIDWEI.L, FAYNE A CO. - Hasp tmovted to isit pand 36 Tphatpitol.s dedat, an hIse ain store adtooorrine a lgse adrw sslactpd atnor Smeot of GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS ftor sle at ms .B5oI priaesse. D REMOVED................ REMOV ED. ij SOULS'S COMMERCIAL COLLEGE AND TELE. OGRAPH INSTITUTE has no.paoved to the sCemaod olp rn Collosg, in .11 its dspaltmsE.ptas p ospt.an This institution haslust bet, psfiphsba~d, bth coarse pf In stroctsion satended; htaht and Stores otnnoetpd. hsstmosoy is re.eived and psid g.od ststT lloy botght ad std. tSb I booa. rpgulpatpy kept, nd dito sthedattendt dutiss of lth. No. ? chant, Booe hsspse, Correppondent said CIsk, aso practally perfeormed by lthe tudent. A Allpettsesstprsttd In Commercpdl Edctlioaes respsctt fully Invited to visit .nd spstido the merit s d.ddstatsgs. of this oldand popuslr hnstittio. For ,oapplanos pl t he Offlce, orp ddress GEORGE SOULS, Nss Oiatnnt REIMOVAL.............. .........REMOVAL Oer Oha ce-l rmoehd to No. 58 Baronmp streel, seond No, front rooms, over Net Orleaos Eposr et Comspry. SIT7 A CARR. T. A. RARTLETTE. ATTORNEY A1D COUNSELOR AT LAW, Has emoed hoi Offipos to OA onamptrept, Up Stlis. 1 RRMOVAL-H. WILLIAMS, WATCHMAKER AND Jetws'sr, bgs lsm o to Imnfer his frinssnd g d opstnt ths h he. resmovesd his topfe fo No.7 Camp streNi to No. 111 Usrondslat street, (third hotssshabpv Poydrs .trest) where he tillkepo insstott of goods. Thstkings lts istd.ea pnds.. touer. for past favorwould repspttlmsiy .Blcleisa ps1. WM. E. LEVERICH. Net Orlsta,. A tgosl n186. GEO. H. BRAUGHN-Jtd S JOHN C. KEZAC--COnstsbl AThe shaoe Cort hatsbhesn rCmevdo tJthe porertepf o tmerbetPllasand St. Chaprlesmtrdpg Entrd.e--2 Csmms. FINANCIAL. the BURKE &d CO., AS (GLENDY BURKE, OEO. BACON BURKE, CARNEAL BURKE.) ts DBanker-No. 54 Camp street. Dealers in Foreign and Domestic Exchange. Collections made, and remittances promptly atteudMd to. Draw on 1 Merchants' National Banr, ew TYork, Rank of Liverpool, ADVNm EB ON CONSIGNMENTS OF COTTON, Tobaco, Staves,. Talow, Western Produce, a.e., to my friends - In Now York, Boston, Liverpool, Havre Bordeaux, and the West IndS. OSCAR BEROIE, No. Taslne stret up stI. o M J. A. KEITH * CO. BANKERS, SELMA, ALABAMA. Collectons on this and neighboing poinBtsolldltBeL Remi - tLunc promptly made to conrepondentL Refer to--City Bank; F. L. & R. A. Jobnen; Aston A F,.rnier; North, Brush & MEson; BmeS, Wea A Co.; JnSuS & Harris, New Orleans. RWLErN a TWICHEL. a (GEO. RULEFF, T. C. TWICHELL) EXCHANGE. -BEaLBSB IsN GOLD AND SILVER, UNOURRENT BANK NOTES SSTOCKS, BONDS, AGovernment Voaeers. NO. 1I6 ORAVIER STREET, NEW iORLEANS. RuL$rFr i TWIGMSLL, (GEO. UCLEFF, V. C. TWICHELL) DeMles n Ixehaage, Gold and SMIver, UNOURRENT BANK NOTES, STOCKS, BONDB, INSURANOE SCRIP AND GOVERNMENT VOUCHERS 16 ORAVIER ST., New Orlesa - HEWITT. NORTOWN CO., WILL MAKE CASH ADVANCES ON CONSIGNIIUs TO THEIR BRANOH HOUSES II. -U-m New York and Liverpool. Omoe,151 (Old Number) COMMON STREET. WE CHALLENGE TILE WORLD -To FIND A BETTER PREPARATION -rUmN TuE GREY JACKET BITTERS, For all that they are recommend.eb, and WILL FORFEIT A LARGE AM,/UNT OF MONEY -Ir Upon Ana.gysn, TIey are eound to contain anythlr,g but pure and bealthhgivin ingredients. SADVANCES.....................ADVA NCB Idberal advnma mae c, ~. .mnments of Cotton and otho prodn to y Mfriends, A b, EdmaSton A Co.. Lverpool U M. MERRITT, 47 OCsendelet stret TRT` AMIHINTANA. IMPORTER OF FSREION FBUIT. SI WholEl. De4 or. in all kinds of Di d Gam rM SNio. 11 FRONT AND 1I FULTON STREETS, lo, Betwem Common and GraGi oroelsl NEW OBLEAN P'UTUZE AUCTION SALES. 6T E ETENSIW - 8-L- OF 1? BXTeIIBIV Fins Took KBNBfpy BULB AND 3444ubnl.1 I~ E 0m. l ...d -r sIdat re k.ý w. IN ant; is Bym. left, zit Moie kmpiss -o 'i A'i ju, r .4q r adstap 147~i EtsLu.nera ýýr Wff.~ ~ *.mim oCdr o Cl. C. m4Girn s,4 -M s "Cloc. Como p dular lorr( B4..k.4 V.1 3ubae. Teals. GOV B sara Be7f4 .in, 34 - EUe u44e opppolrtobnity~tmaf fm i Joey b. EOWX4 it s y - 4..04u4 104¶ uuau dq.7 t B DuP4444cuu~of D4.Id GulL tr° . oeted ' Ua mr amlh ' mxb4 - YSad 'r ole "Otkbr with Mgo a( R Hore YA.uunt Bd4f e. Clmp .4p x.. o*... fW~ forD .4 the rE.. 0 tbeB...4,Lu. krts B·ebto a C C.1 ba 1 Crtroeko. a. sh g. By order of co. . C. 442?. E Department f th 1id. ¢C » er . Lt and 33. ?, NOTIcEs TO~ TeX PATJUMs UNETAE BOARD O RPBA s.a4 tNu f Uo me NTAEUt BolbofthCiy_ Now Om Teetuhyaw - MONDAY, October t, tudr 0t ma.in liu t, Dye, at the o~ee of the Bod, X) 8$ > , b I. p7 Canal and C 07toBhoee ud335s, Presient DowdBtalwAr sw UNDERTAKERS. ". . U11. SuTul...4.d..... WE D Tam W AMEN J. CLO·.3N , No. 41 Etap rb Awes Between Commron and Clad ehtrr, %* Diica, O prepaed to frale CPFIN nd HEAle., with s bleg ,1,1101 0,, st 1.. 10 PIW.Prm h portion of tbopsrosge f thta .d~ bb R. aO"A·"". U DT KU B AiDA 3 U 3 4S]ead sH rtea . aF Also, endorcrbd·Y Ill~ as". BW romtly rtiadd 1. .AB ab 2 1ON T ta i>Sr NO. 10 Rapart~u 4.euaul Qe .14 I.. 43 43* .. urn HIaring gnat q2rC srl~settaNS. M aALV yaSl ýa ý O~Je8 to ý ýw 7lý to O lsir Br utlufuet4.u V 44443u.43.u. STEAMBOAT AGENTS. -JOHN A. MxNU " 10u-41WH L46753. 3D. N 4 OOXUNJ 1 4NA1BOAY AGENEW 44.01.4 Blmlada.3.4 nisiu.warm Me. -ma,.. bur.. H·r sorwrl~ orl~l ?u4.J4.dp.14in4um.a.Aci. 4.4464441.. ~ IR LIVERY STABLES. CRESCENT I'TA3LES Ds JOBEPH ELLIOTT, Puopimo., 5.ndSEU..A....SONNlE SBREET 5.....O eaidd r H12. o 0.s3s1.d from Col. Jats. NgEaa his tsblasa4 Noe. l'A 1s sn·treet, betwen Common ad Oxidi atr0.0, Itakepls..so to totlfy mylosndod th5,019. pbli. ~osleshy that I tn 7m ssd5,dt roool.,so Loo nmS.. the FNNnET AND) COOLEST STABLES IN S'HE ROUEI oossado~nI2O Btsllsntdthulnot CsoolgBooms is jh~sisy AIlio, o.5.oog Js lo d .9.91. ofd s .totle.ot ntd H i m Bollgte. I reepeettully 1nvsm~t a Oise. b smd Ný rrJ and .ee ort 591 elves .,St ryltlne rinsto a ýech oml p thehtable. Allslat hrseeýOtSEddPtoE ollu L JOSEPH ELLIoTT. Ponoiss., T ATTERU ' STABL.US Bc. 595 HEAVIEE STREET, NEW O.LEA " HOBRSE AND BUGGIES TO HIRE HORBES KEPT ON LIVERY. PHsLIP LIU I Jost arrvsedfomKntuckyt .o 16 of Rh. 9mg o e bro ught to9th01 marktO Plant= P asosd o.slt saw jo of o.l 1tidofk wil dsyRo l o.ncUe mn H.o , o DI, 1.ELL UI DRUGS, PERFUMERY, I ,TC. BOT""O BBBY I ts No. 1 $EONY LUESE, .5s90.01 RB. MAlan m y LANDIB. NEW OEIL. lb. Rtotdholtdlustnin RBlotsphd Otinsin .ubtbfso mmior., tull mn.So~pt. lb. pnesgs .1 W .sepuemrse ltu sUt.dbSWmnd.t PETER E. BLOW IMPOETEE AND WHOLESBALE, EAL AR IN DEMu. PAINTS, WTsIT LEAD, GUI, WffiDOW GLASS, GLASSWARE. PERV ,ySI ET., E51. Nns...ad Nnorh a Us astsyod Betwn pa a SL toLl, Io. TUHE S D91 s N EASO WHY LADIES SHOUT ,D SUPPER ebility., Hysteria -W Otsr Complalntt INCIDENTAL TO 'THE CLIMATE, WHEN GREY JAOILET BITTERS Are to be hod 1t every OOt er y Slore at which thl dls LET THEM TRY THIS SOVEREIOGN GENTDY. E. IIICI[AED. BILLIARD TABL'I MANUAOTUROES 160 St. Ann Street, Bet.000 onugo' 1y sod Homoport.ObrsO NEW OELEAEB, AlysT Is oand Morbl, sod Slate Bed TABLES, 1t1 h v.9 no9h sod DOakreO' PAT BH~' iUoBIONO Al-o tll other srtW We. Illo. Welie 'D. T E HAVEN .& CI'., GENERAL COMSMIaB';OE, RECEIVINO AND FOR WAR D lE MEEoCANI, And Agents or WtW olnntotnrSot and'Paekers* NO. 198 GEAV',KE STREET, NEW ORLEABS. ElRoom. No. L. 107 .i,.. ReS~ ~ lood ' ooyso ROALNOKE C'OLD LEAF of the brands "WMarleee Club" (the toot ImosuLoo Tobao in Amosig snd "Navy. For .e to the trade by PERKINS, SWENSON A CO. 40 Cosooddot. oorosr Union. M AONIC-THE SUBSOiRIBBSERS BOPECTPVLLY oall the attention of all sooile LodgOt in New Orleans Oad icinoity totheir soe depsartmst oIstrde. enoioolng all styles of RmbhcL.., Litigat Badges, Capeaus, Sw8~r~da, 'Mmrr nowto ios throothoutthe tordoy. Having ..Y. .f u o" I ofthsOnulrOtumrat in ioe abov Sopecies jtrnb n r, th"" 0'"'it nhi o0001 of MaRonla Aseaoio, tin.. n u Is,. s, 0 oftlfr ;nth,osad z_ a, acti,,,e. ire l .oýso to i, o·..,t· 5ll 1rd,,', 00tr,00-0,. t h ir ,w.e 5TA_1LETiS A ' i?.. t. i. '0l '"i t;t.