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peo, with
S"n its csnne,
hoors, from the
u ýxgale :.he fatet us~ndebt
' upyr ottnand llprovide.4
i a~a b , he boats
se I po n' nuber of
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., ýºd~ caw;eFh~ ink v
.tease s 3i bo rta o the pro
tx wLISº<: ireemba kd't eased
-'3e~~~aiC8 bh f'They Were the
or nrvsnetoge
¶k tothepase hobad e s i to
Wr. W eauon ozr brethreni of
O keee t olt p l~eyy into
s d oroi. sttelyt '
,of 6 ,reaoO-oach `eoeeons.
o6' r hebo.
Sa t " nth~e 91i-fate4 tsnte er'
wes don ahea ýere Herndon, p hll.n
De's. Yplto boats, sad
baidtm p ptei! -is na a And
m al*, te i he be. a or of
-1 - folb `aee ý ' the
t aaaterminatton of to l~te War.. eft: hamof
t'iodGal motp unemployed. Let the oteam t
0~uap gfes 'tbeirobp to thenm, acid we
wromen a~nd
tll 3Eo1Hobiltleanette,11th..
A ojwady or.w o, t' rt Mice Sylvie Vidal,
ith{es y ~ n be claimed by
frectional of a th op
I f ieitan.ponr ay.
hote f Bourg in ead
ha d:R lttho mdi ,aod o tl
1 e of that month
lt * t h ef upon the
ee f rmi044, tf foror
'7htdied
of his ito t. M A , Nowever,
a3 ti ,i whlih had
dnce
tod d o
-he anw ayes of
peg
o Att a eneparure to ae
ee~wenli
tad newe· of ir
her
ah ~ ~ e ,oh $ te~he mneyom de.
.land
Sfacta e t. sied b thn
tend nof hn,
tmiete i wa pon
sh e a`týttotnt h at ser eepee
o in itheetiie
aaddtnd
quer'se
he * a an
exmtnncet
wn, as
` e a h ah e se od tpo
S obt at 8 e . I a n e o eftt.
. r . ee prt4 e Oi0~t .tme to
tits ~ 4n ffufB thrspoo ted
to T hle a eat orhlehed to the
t}A b yo ld' ,who
merchant anot liabe to aret M..
his olorad he. Jolhnse meobney du
c eeea doet adi o , m
il mea curt ofP retd ote.
r z", 4or. nerrlb ou 6he for
i , od arentof med tow ane
Ar. lvfe n r: < uy o emon t
nt or1Q mu~lsfin da e f 6R
om itte 8the g od
"qtti erre
fltwle'O
n the
onr o'At a ,i Man}s,
-..· -· dr
*heg the a eotaea two iteraryo
i~4~t~8*~tteeoreiee~te tb.ae
bmie Pietr l9ll o'cth loheti kre ,,
pto amtytgntn high qoarts roe o,
S*lthooble"aeghleedd teee. He
g~p ~ 'lhen edod.
the to eetotal world, to thie
ry a t e li abledtosrt for
~i ,tJehane, inbnhbant'e
e t es spinetlem
sloreiewsef of arreat, ad for
wee lon te gtonnd that Ifg ardon
eel 0 O ner'e s
i e ebes
heý tnineinghn~
; ~il ~ronly a debt
nat· cor-f parelierJected the ap
e4b1tzofteCony
dae
s *hclips 4,qo4 oent oonpf tltv
ýgozinomr.-In the Paris
' f PftO B sean. et a~ppgrt,
to v i otq of $0Q0oeao ,to
s, eotablisbnieuts or
"" r a) qeola orgatbolator apei
n U 0q.von~ada bl I thie same
a for the p ical, moral
" 2"wsli~boat the wortheo" Be
Zm t ot 'btaorabl mentiona" asd a
f C Sa. ¢9,000 aretoltbe awared "to Othe
eXoe t: a a~ 'dietlsgoahed
avr wjObUtlfoeabfs I rispror.
theior amployero
ak slahdf5 of those premiums.
BIEDICAL.
iNS. DOMINGOl urpUS
-
If .I
j uass', avirs,'
t5 SR Dotataso fluBuss,
tuis' r ebuss' ttor
e it. Diotln*Og Bittera,
d
r.: - 3.Dglt itter~
of uporsituefficin
SWc d to the
uf caou~ weri eoiddihntb0Oat ti North
d;d osifF m Wdh st ardu It has
ý 9eaý1tnaR ýds . tieotidsnffr from
it
Guke hittbl wI foat befo'. brnkfmut
c~,o11y,o,~aSggd-~~i(i~ .o.itemlsgin
Yrrelýy failbiauio O las!uo qrm is gene
z d infulog from general
T V&ilce CUa17atOO~d te~llop'daOptontittltoln
rib or atdnt g~Ye tbOIOwI$O anO
All" o ollnl in malartonl dttota, andare mbeoptto muss
at fr uloflaooooo..utl ld ono of the most votieble tolO and
td tnvlgothon thatcan be tlten.It
o" BUSS' ST. DOMINGO BITTERS.
B~'"r: , TRY THEML ROT 6irog.
to.
3'i Zu~oi 3. on. u.
ti-:
t t NOR THYAX THEIBTN. C
MLu,' Bin CloebeIl.
he,
ot
IS, Muse'' Amas Pine.
Y1 snOY 8 . "TAYIA J·CL
of Mum soendy Cocktailaf
hee
or
of, now Eraads Ceektatl· H
we
SLd Bus Bourbon Wisks Voektoli.
lb.
The most dOlg foioooeoiour thoteor tnmpotd a nme'
[01, tutotorhoou th anstuenaii yddt etn torldi
by
t4
Op-
lam"
Jy.
00 BLACKBERRY BRANDY,
tit.
in ABEERY SYRUP,.
:o- wa oDL
sr,,
hoi
rad
ed A 110K oo adadmofCtn oordIAL.
LEMON SYRUP
C9
do
0- Mum a .Co., N.. fo Dos streeo, Now Took
iy
5B. biId'wil"n~ by' J H. CARTER.
. WaJMBS GODEGAO
le .. ` ." y ll rom adaasgde
eor GiIOCEIL S AND PRODUCE.
Ba ý spn. -CO.,
WHOLESALE GROCERS AXND COMMISSION CEC
w- CHANTS,.
Conaoer iwLeoee, Commoniand odolton streot., Be Oiloens.
to .LELSJ.DRYA oitftioldhono ofDlis Co.,owittous,
eon ..titt'umdplosr tl s oi dirold· and nostmoino
~ TATE * CO.
Wioios CmoToo Ms.4
sad LOTT WOOD die, CO.- '
ten OOMM I8-SIGN, MEROCLETT,
X6 SOOoroon ·nQ le Cana streets.
*ho MojoiGC. SebmtiifonhasaorgeIo our i.sat..department.
M., ~ o tioeg f o,0-, dpoot
3Wor G. C. Sebutian has charge of our sales department.
MILLIK4EN .0 BUMIM0IEB-=
"(6 . MILLINEN-M. D. 'BBINGIER.)
Raiser Brokers.
AND GENER.AL COMMISSION MERCH.ANTS,
No. 21(ost streeet. New Ofleanl
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
31 IN.w'Levee and 10 Fultsn street,
" " .8*,we Onrir ndommo streets.
8*,It 55hl.s.L Ord (bea pIM sOoypee t, Fa.t Wino,
nlipn~~hren V N·R IYs brpl- 1lon Lrm mep ltos antitte
58(85.' oIU. ,Ipe8orhuSy ,opplts ,llte
(111QB0B ert ma Q Bi9d p.. .·
(J.0. g 0D3IOB, H. L. OODRICH, 0. E BAILEY.)
..: w Awu.1$LLE aB00aa
ua-
WO0,p1154L 030035ait'
JW.B Q4JLsu. " "
30.? 1330$T AND 8 AID 10 it1LTO3IU23
1. L28L_3OU3
NWw ORLEANS.
I º.3Ii8W o.J x 3.0. *433 J(. ",P~
WM GROCERS, ANDDEALU3S IN338ST23
^'' ee: 83*5405s Fehsuplto.a.s at'ee8,
W'O*DS. WSUN.3T3 400.-r
Q3.L X,0008V-WE. 3.os~ 11K1-Ixu I WOODS.
ti lbe-ol~ri Blt."aew.
8O,.AR3, ITEWART A DIBa'a OLD SIAND.
MN023O0E3Y, ALA.
Wbeoe.38e and Befall 0taoas..
00MWE3Z8I6N UMEORANTS AID COQTON B303338.
EtwA 2838. 3.3 J;ILW. 4 Go.. 35(88% Nob). 0Co;
Oor. .ao, 8w O. UsNweag.
DOU35.0R3IJI3D LOAD,
.OUT-LOAF,
-,And
I'OWDERED SUGAR
W32and YE,.!.0W LARIFIED SUGAR,
601.311 SYRUP,. RB , ILY, mUP
-And
EBOILkS 5.14011838.
,Le el, ln n Wn ni
A. Thou.,su .047.o
NiL ToO,,oopitoeu .48*1'
SLODOR~Prnrr P or
WHlOTEL DAL WIse..
Cheers 1020P201,A* 33
4$ TOHOUPITGCLASL STREET.Y BBIEBB
Now Or(ens, e
A.iA 8'flA 00138202 335 0 2t.r
Iaporter of Cuba 3red.et.
J.OUIEIA3A,800L AIND 11040833.
03e,. No,. tOI i Lott.054o.t
4*88gm. 838 0. and Nos.w alway, a had
/m~ y~~u
OFFICIAL.
BBiTR OF m pt ý, Ecetvwet l ra6TR n6 D
pep Oliaoioi Se000.beewO 4th, 1756.
$ ir"!. !4' 'WRUb tai oi B Y adu l"od to>*e
ý f or the pn~eing herk of ~cd s laliOthe
Second Ilatieot Coen @L Pew Orleans tprrt :
Ah4ondt4dh0e0d day of Noove0h,1402 for the sunt
mNt'h (P o t 0 0b0d ittdl hsaid bond
being n d s 1000. ti'forth tho stb d P. S.
WOlltts, o iis dada u er aaforasrdd
Hotiesia herob!givauto'aR slvone inteacted fe Bad bond
In show caste ithtn 07.14 athe oneoi teatyo reIt. t
witlsin nlno y dºýa after te let pnbooalln of Lhi, edvernket
went why the said Doad abanld Got he oancal1ed sad aannnlled.
dap d~cenot its Udtd Staes he io ay-tet.andtheiD
J. MrADISON WELLS.
Nyths Ooernoooo
Split. 0040 00. HANOi, Assistant 8000.14.7 of state. 5
ETA 00 Ou LoLtSAlRE, Dereplote R DlT03.'E000P,
NHon'lle.0e16. lae it 1 sopleboe 1866.
ATTUNrDUO00PP140D0'-et ate mflte n tOs
.t.top0 Wlh poor 10 a canlt00ion de ton ohiOttion
040l10'00060050.rt00 de hnti...Coode Diotot do I&1,.o d,
1n. .0 21toelletdates o ovembro 1060, poor to omme
.4 05000, igns par P.' 0 WtIll, comma prlncptI et tune per
tt'EthiiitSlehiit O souprO ipt i dOcoft dans la ite a-obfga
niit 4104 de obllpsti.itopt col nditidonn. pooroma 1idol, 00'
ootiottt0loditi'.0Wnll, dFs dsonls oonn gooftioo
d rYll Doniems Cour de Diototot de i Nouvell- d Orl.0 s, lne,
he Aviseaten onqoue.ncns tondttttot e000-t personoos tati
th .oees d'aeoir aorsfe oootslooo par bcri, an bureooado 5,005.
,ae Cairtod'Etoi, densise 10 Jootos0 qoooojot.tl00Ois o000bUr pn
ilnnd celtl procdmatiion. Iss raisons pour lhioqotle hI dli
81obligatlon no sfxai p0. enncllbet annuli"..
Donal eon ma slgnattve et t stun de l'Etet, Ala date
em 01-dedtus et laplbme our d l rode endwce pee Bataerinis.
J. phi .031 WELL6.
Parle Goover0tr:
Uet Cra"00 0. H03.0, Assiltant Shoretahk d'Etli
INSURANCE.
498
S ANNVEUAiTEENTHI 1NdL STATEMENT
C CRESCENT MOTUALINSURANCE COMPANY.
od NEW ORLEANS. MAY32,1866.
Thelestele, in copformityrith the Chirter, submlt the FS
fonloesing eioteoeso of the aOfsel of the Cdopat tonithehl S
day ol Aprol,.i866:
Fieloeomis .... .. $30392,114 7i
Mnohie. ...... . . 178306,15
Rver "i ......................6060,1400
O1,027,l2td
Amoontio Ntooed Premsoms.......... 8,t61i
Lossespaldd ond eitimted: DI
Floe Loe .. . ..... ....5174,412 N6
Mo.100 Loaet................... . 79,668 06
. .ue Louar........:...... . 0249,243 30
Paid. . ..ont i Ronof scip.......... 700620714
Paiilaie ........................ . 80.198 346016
Paid oehiutool ................ 61,807 21
Proot and L.... Ioterest, Ge0045 ENo
penes, Stamei, lap Decoat, ta... 14,16 66 78,70 2
S,., :0at .1........................ . $W.763 20
'' B'm9P'Div defd ....................... .: 6014,711 00
The Oamptty hhv the tolleshingAssets:
Note sotoretthy 000000000........... ... . 6 60.446 00
Loans o, pledge ofo . ".................. . . 0.034 49
Bill. Roletohbls.......................... . 61,10351
Beal Estate ....................................... 60000 0
Iseeted i et .oaeolldate and City Bands........ 70,0000 0a
Invested .Bank StoLk............................ 9938000 ti
?o0004od otDo00000o Soelo aod SoeipAccount.... 03,26369
Volaltta eDeyfDlkoo l pany .................... 1,87100
Doolfooopremituom in oarse oCtl00tion.....0....0.. 1,600106
Coohothbod ........................ .2.57,090602 0
0 6847,170390
Te OOmpC il pa~yinterest at p per0cent in 000h on 00
iDontstm4ding Csrtifbicatef Scrip to the legal holders th1re.
of, ona and ter the eooodMoodtdhy iidy nst
The Board ofTostioe have aleo declared a Scrip Dioldood d
SIXTY per O tt. on tih earned p0em0m0 entitled to p0rt0cip
i,0 for the year ding Apri 00. 0066; fo wthioh ectliicateo
wllbeo issuedon and aftr the th st Monday- IonoA03t next.
TIHOMSO A. ADAM0. Preident
SAMUEL H. KENNEDY, Vice PrFeldutl.
HENR0 V. CoGDo, SenooelOy,
Troteooo
Thoe, A. Adats, Snamel 10. Eonedy,
0p .. Boddeceh, James J. Buena. 01
OotoolB. Nseaoo.. A. Dobihl,
P.10. Foley, Wo. Edwards, C
J. Norma.olaooho, A. 14. 05.,
A. Thomsoo. A. B. Reading,
NATIONAL MARINE AND . FIRE
INSURANCE COMANT., OF NEW ORLEANS.
a.ital p................... ......500,000 OO.
Surplus ............................... 98 5 96.
Asete................................. 698,65596.
Insureseagnst FIRE, the Perls of the SEA and INLAND
NAVIGATION.
J. M. Cor-tenny, A. S. Mansfield B. O . Emly,
Geo. S. Dentson, Spener Field, Loais Schneidedr,
(G. W. GOdin, J.F.H. Grc., D.C. MCsne.
Obha. W. Lewls, o. W. Ooehrne.
J. M COURTENAY President.
LOUIS SC NEIDEk, Vice President
LOUIS 0. D'HOMERGUE, Secretary.
This Companycontnt hto ll.ow a discount of TWENTY.
FIVE PER CENT. CASH to ItsOCUSTOMEERS.
OFFICE:
CSoaer eamp and Common Streets.
OTPFEL OF ATH 'ATLANTIT INSUE.
.ANCE COMPANY OF NEW ORLEEANS, No. 132
GnIoir steet. between Oomp and St Charles streets, July ,
1 ooB-ThIs Corneny i. now prepared to take FIRE,
ARINE, RIVER AND INLAND TRANSPORTATIO
RISKS, on the most fsvorable terms
EDWARD RIGNEY, President.
WE. P. KELLOGG, Vice PresideDt.
H. P. JANVIER, Secretary.
HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS.
BROO·K HOUSE,
NOS. 227,29 and O2 CANAL STREET,(Corner Basin,)
This house bnav.gbienthoroeghly repainted and rbeovated,
will be ready on the first of October. I86. for the reeepi on of
lermanent transient andd boardr.s, whoWitl here find
ome with aUperior aceommodatyiosnd a tablenot surpassed
by that of anyl houe in the city. Fine airy rooms, single or
in pairs, Meal hour: reakIst 7 to 9. Dlinner 2 to L Sup.
per 6 toT7.
ISLATND CITY HOTEL.
(JOHN J. PRICE-J. . PIERCE--D. M. A. McLEOD.)
Price, OPIree &8 Co., Proprietors,
GALVESTON, TEXAS.
THE LEE HOUSE,
No. T7 OARQNDELET STREET,
Isowopentothepubll. None but the best WINES and
LIQUOR sold ver its counters.
Give ss all, and test for yourselves.
LATOUR A COLTON. Proprietsrt
4eVnBPHY HOTEL--THE UNDERSIGNED
IProprtors o Mrphy' Hotel, Nt. o, 93. R d 1 St. Charles
M esdA. e'li'ot elpublicthat they w Lh.ed L to their
e Iwm h.toIhsd'see thethmoefta'ttg o ht
eh ytl..eh oholseet tind oaflromes atethoebar. SuerIior
-sad Yuld l of aR kind.t tthe SgRtaumrt, and Euerd
.d Ladgno. a superior anaty, at etly eductdL(ed
MOmA A ROST RNT.
No. 28 CSANAL STEERE. BETWEEN St. CHARLES AND
OAIONDEIN '
OThe.'oplitoM eeeptHy infoeltheir old feeresnd the
teemb wor5ld. hut the shove esthurantle.opee fEr their
ttonmodatlon, atthe anhee s ld ptale1 anad that the intend t
_leat nothtin..eone teo e B continuance of thet rPepte.
thon whch it has t oemany ye. enjoyed, v.t: that oftbei o
Sf .the very eetSentrents ti Amerie.
Al the delleMies of the slurr, with the hsolaet Wlees and
LOtao, lwaysenon hande
The Poprete s, thankfL fey pert Nvoe, solcit e enAtnE.
eens of theCma
ERODES B MOULIN.
LOWIYSIANdHOTEL.'
ES TCHOUPITOULAS STREET,
OppositeSt SInep. Msarket. aithin one square of the Tanes
Steemthlp Landtin,
NEW ORLEANS.
W-Teetne- perdey.
J. CONDON, Propritor.
BROOKS HOSIE.
THE PROPBIETOR oRthln wU.known and penil.r sthb.
Lthmemt finding his preset locttion too snralllfort the tt
upon him fBr turommodtnse, will, on the let of Novembeh
next, esmee to
Net.. ST, 8 and 51 C0anl Street.
.Ooener of B.esin Street.
where he hopu robe able to Iar.lth • hore to al1 his frlqdlL
He needs harly State that his table is nowt a ever, cUer'
tad.eadtheteeqr se.tfont lt he entoyed by perone o'
HOURS OP MEALS:
Bretkest, eem Itso 9: Dfner.fom to 4 Stupper. e toE.
NO. 1 IT. OHARLES STREET, NEW ORLEANS,
BetwteeSCommon nnd Cettl StSerte,
D. H. Stelle. Preoretor,
"ULEANS HOUSE- .
CLARKE DOUGIHTY,
(OrGo. H. OCLARKE--W. DOUGHTY,)
eeo8tie of it. EharPles and (ommon street'.
L..ech.ever dey from 11 to l olosk.
FOREIGN DRY GOODS.
DIRECT TRA. S WITH EWRUOPE. K2
- MAt
FOREIGN *GOODS
At
EN(
P
SOLD AS CHEAP AS AT THE NORTH. wn
Norl
pror
thes
Freight and Other Heaty Expensee Saved. s!01
L
SCol
P. MARES & CO., E;
leg
ste
S4.................. yal Street................... 43 O
B
Importers and Jobbers of all descriptions of
FRENCH, ENGLISH, GERMAN AND AMERICAN
Al
MANUFACTORIES,
DRY GOODS AND FANCY ARTICLES,
CE
Rd
Respteef lyinform the public of both City and Country that, TI
by recent arivals, they have received,
2NC
DireSt from Europe,
V
4 A Stock of Goods such as mst prove preftableto the buyer.
I Delieving that Imported Goods can be sold as lowin thie
Scity, when brought direct, they are prepared to test the ques
Stion, and ill sell accordingly.
to P
STheirStock consists of: l
FINE ENGLISH AND FRENCH PRINTS,
MUSLINS, DE LAINES,
BAREGES, SILKS, LACES, o
CLOTHS AND CLOAKUNGS,
HOSIERY, DRESS-TRIMMINGS,
GAOTES, WCOLEN GOODS
pa (Of ll Deseriptions,)
tet LADLES' SILK CLOAKS AND MANTILLAS, I
GENTS' SHIRTS AND FURNISHING GOODS, o
LINENS, SHEETINGS AND DOMESTICS,
Of oll Descriptions, and otherArticles too numerous to give in tc
detail
These Goods are all of the LATEST STYLES, and will be e
'sold at Wholesale Only.
Wholesale Dealers will ind this Stock so well assorted that it
the can buy as advantageously as at the Nor.h, and save the
Cost of Transportation.
They are respccifnlly invited to call and see the Goods. G
- Terms ill be litberaLh
P. MARES & CO.,
43 Royal street.
BROKERS,NOTARIES, AGENCY
ID WALTER V. CROCH,C
GENERAL BROKER AND AGENT,
No. 4 Natebhe street, up stairs.
G. DBEUX- p
TAX AND COLLECTING AGENCY,
OPPOSITE THE COURTHOUSE,
CARnoLLTeco, LoUtiIANA ,
Will attend to the payment of Taxes in the parish of Jefer-t di
" on, andto the redemptiea of property forfeited for Taxes,
either to the State or Corporations of the Parish; he tracing
E andexaminng of Titles, procuring Certficates of Mortgage.
N recording and registering Acts, tetc., ete. Will cao give par
ticular attention to the sale a Retl Estate, and collection o
Bents. Ordersleft at Messrs. VOISON & DROUET'S, No. II
122 Carondelet street, New Orleans, promptly attended to.
OH JOHN BENIERNAGEL & C. O. DGTE
NOTARIES PUBLIC,
Commislaoners of Deeds, Etc.,
For the States of
d, New YTork, Alabama, Mississippi, Kentukey,
TennTeesee, Mitsouri, Florida, Ilnoie,
N. Hampshiet, Ehode Itand, Iowa, . o. Carolina,
ted Wfcontin, Miehigan, Kansas, Caleforti, Etc. j
1N No. M6 Caroadelet Street,
UP STAIRS.
LAND AND COLLECTING OFFICE
-IN
SUMMIT, PIKE COUNTY, MIBIBSSIPT
W. H. GARLAND A SON,
Hv opened an oe in Summit, on th N. O. J. i G. N. R.
., MiU., for thadjoustment and collection of debt., and for
the purc.of nd. PrOl onh ngLas and ornd.I woul
do wellto furnih us with a deecriptlon of their Lmaak Wu f
mkeLAM no h gl nw e. t so,
Resm-Hon WL. SBharkey, end Ho. Wn. Yerge r
Jaekson, Mies.; Hona Harry T. Hag, Mr.'Sumpter Tirer, ans.
Mr. Jobs Coleman, New Oreans; P'aers. Baekstow A Pow
w Yorkd Hota A. H.'Stur, K tauR', on. ; 1 6 CHo 5. .
BIOOO ImhIstI Vs. o. H onD. . . oe,. Lport, Ind:
MorSTATIONERY., dPAPER, ET.h
DTEVES * SETROEE.
GENE. . EV HAIS W SE BBOUKE
SN CIom on e ls CIy
New orlm,
Tlhe patroage ofhs friends respeoyeolcite
Bderwle--The Old Merchants geeraly.
WILLA. H. :LND.O,
GPNEAL UMBIENY AND ASLLEFITTIN OFFICE
2 AND 11 MAG NE ane street
New Orlean.
AUl orders loft at A. E. BLACKMAR'8, No. 167 Canal streel
wit be promptly attended to.
B " 19, CLA Hr da THrEPAGNIla
(1oRO. McDUFFIE BURKE, formerly Jno, M. Burke i Bee.
ROBERT CLARKI late Clsark Bear, F. O. TRrFA'
NIEm. formerly nitn.m & Co.)-
General Merchandise Brlokers.
No. 28 Bank Place, New rleans.
N. B.--Partlular attention given to the sale of Provision .
Bagging, Gguny Bag., Ropo. Coiee- Sagar, Salt, Liquor., .e
STATIONERY, PAPER, ETC.
"Paper.. totU.......nd Fancy .. .d
Nsa 66 andQ 98 Oommon .teeat, oppoIte the City Rote
(KD. O. PALMER. JOSEPH WILD,)
wanolelale Dealers in
Paper, Envelopes and Daa
Xo. II Gravlr r 8tret Now Orlans. I
PLUMBING AND GASFITTING
JOII. G. FLEHINO. AGOENT
GAS FITTER
Dealer in Gas Fixtures,
123 AND 125 MAGAZINE STREET, NEAR GIROD',
New Orloans.
1(11 attend pauctually and fathfaUY to all orders antlted
0rde.n lf Is Bog No. Is M.manloe and Deale,' Re
knts will nwfwith prompt attentio;
MACHINERY.
KNIGHT & CtO-
MACHINERY, BELTING, COTTON GINS, ETC. ETC., i
Removed to 112 Gravler street,
Are prepared to fill all orders for MACHINERY and
ENGINEER SUPPLIES of all kinds.
Parties requiringMachinery not kept for sale in this city,
would do wellto give us a call, as we have Agents in the
North and East, through whom we are prepared to fill orders
promptly. We still have a few of the old style
E. CARVER COTTON GIN,
Which we are now seling at $4 per Saw. Peosons wishing
these Gins should send in their orders early, as the Stock will p
hoon be exhausted.
LEEDS'S FOUNDRY
(ESTABLISHED IN 1C5.)
Corner of Delord and Foueher streets.
We beg leave to inform our friends and the public gencrally
that we are prresed1, n, fi'rmerly, to manPfactiur Steam
Engines, Bolers, Sugar 3Mils, Sugar Kettles, Draining Mu
cbines, Saw If ills, Cotton Presses, Newell Screws, liu Gear
ing, Furnace Mouths, Grate Barr, all kinds of Plantation and
Steamboat Works, and every description of Machinery for
the South. LEEDS &. CO.
O;der left at B nu3, Mechanics" and Dealers' Exchanlge,
will receive prompt alttetiwm.
BLACK DIAMOND STEEL WORKU,
PITTSBURG, PA.
PARK, BROTHER & CO.,
All D)esarptlmon of Cot and German Steel,
EQUAL TO ANY IMPORTED OR MANUFACTURED IN
THIS COUNTRY.
Best qualty Reined CAST TOOL STEEL; SPRING, MA
CHINERY, PLOW, SHEET and SHEAR STEEL;
RAILROAD, SPRING and FROG STEEL; LOCOMO
et, TIME, AXLES, CRAKE PNS, PISTON BODS, SLIDE
BANS, PFRE BOX nd FLUE PLATE, e.
Branch Warehouses
NO. 42 ad ......BATTERY MARCH...... NOS. 42 ad 44
Between EMSk and Broad steeM4
BOSTON, MASS
OLIVER HUNT, Agent
WINTER'S IRMPROVED PORTABLE
CIRCULAR SAW MLL,
"Lane's Patent Yet and Feed Works."
9,ee
"We rede fntyl call attention to eur "IMPROVED
PORTABL CIRCULAR SAW MILL," with "LANE'S
PATENT SET AND FEED WORKS," some of theeprtsu
lar udvantages clameld therefor being as follows :
leStThe InstantaneouS and unerringly certain "set" of the
log by the man asttendingthe Saw with a single motion of the
hand, under sdevice at once as imple as effective, and in no
ise subject to breakage or derangemsent-the log, of whatever
length, being set at both ends at one and the same instant oe
ES, time by the Sawyer, as above state: and an unerring uni
fortity i the thlakness ot the npank throughout, insured.
2d-The saving secured. not only in Ihe number of bhands
employed about the mill, but the savin of hat whieh is. of fIs,
morelimporSane. to-wit: in 'he working time of the mPil-
usiently plllstated, perhaps, when It is , tathed that in'thI
DS "setting time" usually reqlred by other mills, we are sleI t
"rn back," "set," and cu another plankl Thus we are
enabled to cutthree twenty lees phmks (i' required) in a snge .
minutIl accounted for in part by the tact that the Saw is al
most lnleasingly engaged Ithe "' p-back" tImeexc pted) il
acmal ..ki fioe the moment the stick is ln place until it ls
sentrels convertsedinto lumber!
3b--The peculiar arrangement o! the "Feed WPorkW "
CS, wherebyths "slip" and "'wear andtear" alwaysinidelist io
ie uaual belt arrangement is avoided, and I lieu, an llls,
ein utaneus "starting" and "stopping" unh,ilinlpip effeced.
Ith--The substantial and perlei prop orilin of the SIll. to
eher with itslcembinations of ISte hsew Mandrsl,e, ''bb!,
SMetal, SelfOiling and Self:AdJlustIg Boxes,," til frequent
cass-iron supports on the crrilage for the log. and the uusules)
be.sluly of finish, aleamong the lther Ifeatures which prtcu
larly charaeterie our Mill, and which ecuro for it the unsalt
hst ieaedmiratienhof thepraptical.
'Thee references are soienr,. we trusts to secure for our
the Milisall that eis required. eand all shat is asked In ny instanCeo
to insure . pleleresce,snamely "Am sxamisatie before ppr.
We are very resIectf5pI ER NEw CO.,
GeneralCommission Merchnts, sNo. 40 BroPdsa Ne York.
'N. P.-"LANE'S PATENT SEP WORKIS" applied
withfScillty to Mlles of other pptter.e.
MONROE A ieEDDINGTON,
Agents for the above Mill,
No. 63 Carnudelat otreat.
DOWDALL A, RIS .CO.,
WASHIANITON FOUNDRY,
Englna and Machine Shop,
CORNER OF SECOND AND MORGAN STREETS, ST
LOUIS, MO..
Manafedarers of
STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS
SAW AND GRIST MILL MACHINERY.
Circular Saw Milk, Quarte Malls, Tobacco Screws and
Preasse, ILard Kettles, Srews and Cylinders, Wool Carding
Machines, Mley Saw Mills, etc., etc., constantly on hand.
Agents for the sale of JAMEIS SMITH A 00.'S superior
Maihine Card.
We are prepared to receive ordser for any of the above men
tioned Machinery, et., and will fumrnsh any information
deaired. LAMB, QUINLIN b CO.,
50 Tehoupitolae street
ONTICES-DAIEL EDWADS,
Nos. SS, 80 and 39 New Levee street,
New Orleans
Is reparedt altitlmes, with met and miterlti to oxeen~t. all
or.ers i hisline of Cepper and Sheet Iron *orkeh, SHlack
emlthin and Braes e ounder and Finlsher. The iong estab
Ished ciearacter of this heoutee ls a a cflien rrarnlee that any
work entrstad to him wl be promptly and faitbi .r eieewted
D. M" .[eCAN-
. RON NAND BRASS FOUNDER,
FuLox, Enw LEVEE, Norm DwAM ND JULI STREETS
Newr Orleans.
Ofliee--1.t Fulton Street.
Hs. on hand at all tiine now and eed-handi machinery
for Cteamboats, Saw M.lland Sugar Plao'etlonsa.
Partieularatd prompt attention paid to Steamshlp and
Steamboat repairs.
DIOrU..OND, BORG & CO.,
STEAM BOILER MIANUFACTURERS.
Low eressure Locomotived, PFled and Cylinder Boilers, Claril
ee, Filter and Jluice Boxesl, made at the
ShortestNotiee.
We reepectlf soiclt eoutract g for Boilers and al neeellsary
eonnections, euchas Fire Fronts, Grate Barse Steam and See
Pipes Valves, et., Chimneys and Braeehen, all of which w~
be traished at the lowest foundry price.
All work executed at our establishment will be guaranteed
equal, n point of workmanship and material, to any in the city
or elsewhere.
Plantert, Merchants and Steamsblp Aeenta are elnpectfalle
invited to ealland examine the work andprices at b125 ROh
I Street. betweeeNotre Dame and Jullaatreiet
SO. GOLDIN.
CONSULTING ENGINEER AND DRAF1SMAN.
Plans and letlaeat ons made for all Sindlof Mahinery,
Srveys earefelly Instituted and Spotieationseettet tiorth the
ondition and requelsmeinte of the oHlls and Maohirery
of Steamshlpe and Steamboats will be promptly flisbhed.
Parties oontemplating the puchse of Stemships and Steam
bietn would do well to hve them examined before buylt,
Novelty ron Workes.
Ormrer Deerd and Nnw Leve street.,
New Orleans
- eSVAEPUARE INEON POVINUHY
08 Glrod street, New Orlnee
(JOHN GEDDES-JOS. A. SHARSPEARE-S. SWOOP
Geddes. Shakspeare d: Co.,
Iron and Bress Fornde and Machinists, manefaonraeve
variety of Steam Engines, tSeda Mille, DralningM.chine
Mill and Gin (Earng W Grate Bar Store eontl l olumne
Sash Weights, eta Blacksmith Work of all klnds
THOMAS B. BODLEY A CO.,
NO. 9 PERDIDO STREET, (Adjoining Masoni Bulding
orSle Nl o. 128 tleave eeReee, ee w oREAeS.
OIRCULAR SAW MILLS, STATIONARY AND
PORTARLE STEAM ENGINES,
Circular Cross-Ct Mill and Mele] iaws; Corn Millsl Wh
Mills and Bolting Appeatus; Shafting Puiles and Belting.
All dePcrptlous of Plantation IMachlery and Agricultn res
Implemente.
We keep consetantly on hand fell supply of
CANE CARTS, PLANTATION AND ROAD WAGONS
Timber Wheels and Wheelbarrow..s, from the well known factors
of Joeshu Bodley, Wheeling, Vs.
We have ennectlion with extensive Feundrieed and hstehlne
Shopaeln St Loale, Loisvale, Cincinnatlt and Plttsburg. through
whch e ahre prepared to .entract for any eiese of maolnere
on moat favorable terms, and deliver anywhere north oe New
Orlee freeof freltht. THOl S. BODLEY A ()
PATENT CLOT H ES-WAS HER.
THEHT DEABULIC CLOTICES WASMUE
AND WRINGER,
The beet nd molt useeh lnventie n of the kind far eeving
househeld tabor Bver invented.
ae more aend better recommendations for saving time, lahbcr
and the wear and tear ef fabrics washed, then any otherema
chlne Alltheother mahieteeseitherrub the clothes and wea
hem out tpeedily, or do not stlisfteforlly perform their worlk.
With the
HYDRAULIO CLOTHES WASHER
Thlse not the ease. There le no rUbbing e the elethe. an
itlelteltly, to weetr and tear. The wasehigl I. meet lel
lteteiy and thoroughly performed by the action of the whee
alte. Sendforaeirculiar, givingfuexplanaetion, r called
examine them at the General Southern Agency.
Good inductlmte offered to agents elesewhere.
S. M. BARTON A CO.'S,
Na. 17 Thoupltoalse streeL
RAILROADS.
COMFORt~lT, SFE.ED AND SAFERTY--IL.
i Ihois Central Railroad--Quicken route from New Otiose
to New York and all Esetern -,Mies.
TWO DAIDLY TRAINS leane Ciro mornSing an dnIs,
on arrivaL of train- and eteamon h um the South.
Time frond N.ws4s55s11 N S Yte"-I3% days.
P.or through tickets apply atthe llloa St tOheRN Orlens,
JacLson and Great Norther Railroad, h t11,rondeIt, 11I Com.
eon street. Rotslld St OCbans, H005,582 Canal street and
Depot, also at offet of the Llnois Central. tfit. Otto.
OL HUIOI'PT,
General Bo.,erontenden Ohlalso.
W. P. JOH1 BON,
B.P.ral Pas-uf LONOLEY,
GetertI Southern Ageot.Se rib t
E AND GREAT NORTIIEEII
M I RAILROAD ROUTE,
Shortest Estte Between New Orlense
WASHINGTON, NEW YORK, BALTIYORE
PHILADELPHIA, BOSTON, ETC., ETC.,
ViR MsIobIe.
DISTANCE TO NEW YORE............. .1308 MILE
TIME. THREE AND A HALF DATS.
Passengers leave dailyfrom theD soot o the PontchatraiO, n
" Ralroad at t e loock, c-nnect1Wg with the Morgan Line o
Simlmers for tobile, making cose connection at Rb1le with
y thtetrisau of the MobIle atd Great Northern Roiltotd fSo
Mon-olooloy, Colhobos, Sotnlnll,
Augosta, Atlalta, Chbrleeten,
r' Rnusvdle Ns-hci~e, Louisville,
d Lynchbbog, Rlchtoed, Cincinoti,
ALL POINTS NORTH AID EAST.
For .formtlion aon Through Ticket, .pply at the
1" TICKET OFFICE,
In the Rot.nda of the St. Charles Hotel.
C. L. FITCII,
General Agent, Mobile eev~l Oh~u Railroad L ine
COTTON TIES.
BVTLEN5$ PATENT COTTON TIE
The andetllgned sole agents, have now on bald end wil ibe
constantly suppiied iith the above celebrated IRON COTTON
TIES, prepared for immediate use, wth the buckrle Armly at,
Cached to ousandofthe hoop. This Tie is recommended to
mershanh land planters for its simpliity and strength, and the
great suse with which It...n be adjusted to balsa of aoy sizeI
It has beeniused by x large .amber IoI planters 1111 I9,
shoji rstinsaati.VStloI.
Orders will be resolved at our omoe,
R. BLEATCLEY t00.,
SPoS yd,.. 1tr. comer of Tohagh,,i,,al
BEARD'S PATENT LOCK IRON TIES
FOR BALING COTTON.
UneTquled for simplicity and rapidity of adjuslment. For
*aIeby STONE A MURPHY,
Dealers. I Boling Saff,
C DlMagazinsstreet.
FA"NN'" PATENT IRON TIES
FOR COTTON BALES.
Np Bitto, TI. was. t.h nt ogffed for sale to lny setent in
lb. LathS. andShas beae us by tbhe...do Ofplalnre, 1ith
nioe,,, approva. I h.,,,lmd, a valable improvement in
e the shape ftheibutto sine it ws t Intr.oducd .ndbohv
also procured a patent forP Buckle Tie hichl, for sIipW
city, facility and expedition of adllatruelt to bales of any or o!
ilq nneqsl sidl, and iorieenrity In bolding, il, I th15k, supei.or
oI to any offerd ItoI thei p1011
j. Tbsihi 1, taycofro, iliillorpbaling cotton are now
.r ,nivieilll acknowdleded tholdstoes lhis .
fl compass; is applied sad fasten it e ith much moil aeiliry,
Gu bth In tie .nortry prhessing and the ne~clunpressh lK at the a..
ports; lessens immensely the risk from flre: 's stronger, and ila
I so. SI, iTiO b .,iiI lau at uri rep he
str .his lust advantas_ as beyon striti: ad .s thaturaC·ib
But ar -en"" nds of .,aes of cotton hnvo .a. .asus by the rut
re .iug and ,re0.li, of rope, hich .,onld have beau preserved it
o ironhoopshoal been neod. In addiio.,nt tit's, it rnn be tor.
Ih ed 'early fifty or cent.cheapr than rbog. ThI domge
re aont of bnbor 1. the hemp enrraf o ..:ales has reducecd thle sup
,1- ply of hemp to auctiont extent -* to c e prices to, role naprl
is ,edg.1dly high. Idged,es ,Rdllency for huling a meael
is cottongrop cnnotbe relidn aon price.
I have arronied for the i lprtatluli t it large quantity of
}l he best English iron, and have, movie ,,n,,o,3,,,,,swith
'o IM.esa-.Ch.rmberg A Lbiijg -I, the sale and del.3ry o. my
Q. Ties.
SnOH BRlFUG, Newg Orleas. July 7, 1959.
e. H. 0 ESQEs .:
it Sir-In gJanury lost 1 rg11,g ed from your press 10i9 bae! o it
it cttes,3 oihkhich abiplt idO, wano e3,,re.d nod boed with
no llr new, Iron '! lee t can aIfely K flnnn that the cuotton so Uunedm
.1 wa receieod in better order tbihanit .,TioilgihI, om i,,omthi
d- Presses, tha istowed better. and enabled the ship o carry
tha s .e cotton when I:"cb treed from the shdip in Liverpool asi
in better order [an, the rope b ord otton. It is hihn pre
fe Irfe fee n ;round tier, ns the damp ar rng from the ballasr
as nn effoet ugon it, for it is well kgow- by practioloran
that dampelsillii therope ound. I ci.,olld.ij ro
me0nd our Ion Tie,, ilts took thi, lt for lT aper,3int,
and iarefu .iy watcheld It, both I. I oiudg and dl,,blrging.
JOHiN HOWARD, faster,
Th,,nders,,d, Fire gWarden and Fire I,.pector of the
ilpNew O,,igna Insuranc tromHes, are of opinso. that the
Iron Tie affords greater protection against lose In case of Are
than the old style of baling withb -n',.
J. YOUENEl, Fire Warden.
JOHN ADAMS, Flre Inspector.
I lmenr in the above,
ALFRED BELANCER,
Ex.ChiP IiEginee, Fire Department.
CHpABERS LbATTING,
Agents for P lSoom's Iron Tle.
--And-
DEALERS IN BAGGING, NOPE AND TWINE,
61 Caroidelet street, New Orl0an.
yd SUMMERRESORTS.
THLE NEW WATERING PLACE
°i GRAND ISLE HOTE L.
The niiand staunch passenger steamer SAN NICOLAS,
Harvnreyy master, will )ev. the head of linrvey'af~ual, op oalte
In Stock Lagdi,.1 1 oigi,,, Airiin , F.VSSY SATURDAY led
TUESDAY, at 3 o'clo'cgrp. R., Cur rand Isla Hotel, Fort Lih
ingo, Borataris and intermediate landling, and retunini
ONDY and TIIHURSDAYvenings; a delightiul trip througb
Ikes and-buys to the sea shore.
Fern to the sea .hore, meals Igobided............S$
The Hot~el is now open uud relady for the reception of visitors,
waithal) the rrqniritea and comforts of a flrst-class hot~el, offer.
fiiu i the advantages of anod.bahin, Bn l fihing, b, sting an
11 5,r musesment ftha goait, bUsing surr., laded by mognl
k" fluent lie-oak grove. giving ample shade and u pleasant n
b, treat during the heat of the dsy
RATES-Board, per oeek, $15: Trsosioitboarders, day, $;.
A- MARi,,T J(ILLY P,3priet3r.
HARVEY A MSMAHON, Aoi, j. 51 qt. 1iarlolsetreit.
OCEAN ISPRINGS BEOTEL
The subscriber respectfully informs the poblic ibbi thl,
y populairgplaef Siummer Resort i. NOW OPEN for the re
d canal. of Guests.
T.s. ccommodatii ns which he is prpepsai to offer to thi
publiiare not surpassed by those of any Watering PlIae Hotel
in the coutry, and hi, TABLE IS SUPPLIED WITH
EVERY DELICACT of the place and season.
11, lb i theimmdilteliclty oftbOceil Springs H.otelitberore
r B Sulphur and Chalybente springs,,
ad Wblch reclesbdadfr medlgial properties Iivaigids wll
,y theraforeflud thisplace one of peculiar advantages, as they
can have Sea or Mineral BTHB, as well lb. th belt fishing
g faciitiesi th SCoast.
TERMS-Wil b very moderate for families engaging room
-or the season. T. C. SUARBOROUGH.
JEWELRY.
.S. BIER..................................s. BIEE
ry No. ICAMP STREET. UNDER THE CITY HOTEL.
A. Jewelry.Watche,. Ullve.r ald Plated War.
--aOLI AGRET FOR
RENEGES' BRAZILIAN PEBBLES.
PIS,~old Watchs., In Hu.nting Coastdiamond mounted and
egraedd beat maker.; rich Hts,, BBraeletl Plus and E.r
- i,,iDiRamond, Amethyst, Cooil, Onyx and EtrIsca iGold,
lSkS,.t Gold 0uard sid Vast Chabin, latest patter.e; Sleeve
Bltto.s and Studs o evey variety and best workmanshlp,
Gents' Sued and Masonio Plus, various designs; Silver ad
Plated Bete, Tble and To Forks and Spoon., Cups, Goblets.
Napkton~fngn, Casters, eta.; Pocket and Table Oatkary, bas
0. makersandsuparlorrualltB
0. Cslock.
Call and Mantle, In Bronze, Marble and Wood.
Uspectacls,
Gold, Silver, Steel and Shell mounted.
Thpprticlarlittentlionl fthose0 nding 'helpsto led" s
D ,epectfilly ioliilted to SimmoNIi Br,,ibli Pebbles, 15. bst
and only gle.. that should be used. Now Pebbles reset In
oldfrRme,. Parofsiiratio'ooiin p.idto relpairigWdlathchel
Jewrelry, the beat workrlmen being employed.
Remember, 20 CAMP STREET. edndr t15 Cityg Htel.
FFREPROOF SAFES.
SP O FIRE PROOF SAFERI
M,.vin'h Patent, New York, Alum and Dry Plaster, Fire,
Bg Burglar and Dmp, Proof SAFES.
:b The superriority of these Safes is almos~t nnfveraally aeknowal
r ,dged. ithey ire thi only Hid lid never one eir proof
qualities. For erde yy H.LEOENDRE, Agent,
" Bnfit removed at abort notice. 19Z Gravier street.
O THE GREAT AMERICAN SAFES.
S1 TEN YEARS AHEAD OF ALL OTHERS.
MADE OF HIEAVIER WROUGHT IRON--THICEER
Fg IRE-PROOF PILLINGi-WEIOIIS
5 5 CENT. MORE.
a' Elegsntiy md, and fnished. Cast no more than the old
stytles. You see them everywhbere.
--Also-
SPLENDID HOUSE SAFES,
Pe For the safe keepiig of Jeelry, , Piate, eic. Elegantly nude'
id witS Marble Tip, eta, ornamental as weIl as usefil
Sold by JOHN2 W. NORRIS A CO.,
52 Conil streei, Niew Orleans.
Agenti for the Souhl
NEIP YORK.
CARRIAGES .................... UAILI AGE
NO BIG PROFITS--NO DULL TRADE.
Eight Hundred for Sale
-AT
C. WITTY'S CARRIAGE WAREROOMS,
a4, 636 and 638 Broadway; 166, 108 and 170 Crosby street.
Omce, 638 Broadway, New York.
REFERENCES.
E. FULTON, New Orleans, La.
B. L. MANN, New Orleans, La.
ABRAIIAM & GOLDSMITH, New Or!ieal,
S. K. JOHNSON, Alexandrli, La.
W5M. BOGEL, Baton Ruge,, La.
OY..........................................CINA,
--And-
FANCY GOODS, BEADS, MARBLES, SLATES, SLATE
o PENGILS, ETC.,
-h-At
Struaslurger & ONuhn's,
6I Maiden Lane, cor. William street, New York,
31eorw, Strausberger A Nuhn heing now the arygest impo.
er g In their liie, and havg laid in their fill stock -I r caIhS t
the lowest gold rates, are enabled to offer for the eommgist
nu ext ra tordlyy IndulllltS,
Buyers l w nill w to faor them with their confidence, an
buy at once.
SMaiSl orders promptly eeuted.
ESTABI1HUED IN 1947.
L PAPE' hAT LESS TIHAN MIANUFACTIURERS'
PiICBS-No ineectiot with th combined ono, poiy .obr
high price. I ,Afeorthe gellat land at sorsurter stck of
D oPAPER, ot everytdescpllon bo ,uund in than cSutry.
Boknseller. tatiunosa Prlntlrs ofud Bindcrs, wdl ave mno
by fir examining my ateocklt. (rders by hma prmnptly hill
A. i. HiARD. Wle,,cl Pa'er Dealer
ENn. 44 Beekmn street, New York. ('1 e Ohl Staud.)
nID Y GOODS ......l........... AUTUMN IS.
SInvite the attention o all first class buyers to their astoek otr
IA Dry Goods. It wlt be louudunsurpassed for all Southern.
the merchants. All departmensutofour business have been much
ze enlarged, especially that of Dress Goods, where we are can
stattly opening all the novelties of the season, to which we.
now ask the particular attention of both jobbers and retlilen.
Our stock consists of
R Dreis Goods
idawls aud Cloaks,
Prints.
Blealshed Shirtugs,
Brown Shaetin
Flannels and SIheta,
For Woolen Goods,
Yankee Notions,
WhIt. Good.,
,.e1t's Furnishing o Good,
MtIIaery Goode, etc., ate, ell
All of whlh they offer at the lowest market price, by the
package or piece.
E. H. . EEVES & CO.,
'ith NOB. 115 AND 187 WATER STREET,
New iYork,
or Manufacturers of ad Dealers in
it, Agricultural and Hortlcultural ImNplmeSnt
e and Machines.
If Pl,,ws and P!w Casting+, Mowinm ad Renpinc \t jc!ins,
Ior.e Powers and Thlreoherl, Fa.,lmug an.l Grit ,I.;, Sa
MB Dep.; ,f .he YclebIrteI,l " EAGLE COTTON ,NS,7'
S .rauftctured l .le'l ibyby HATES, ]YD0 C CO.
with Gý . PAIRSONS
MANUFACTUERE
r Hadfeld' Unlrc Fire srk-s
A, I.FOYRTB
e5 CHI.NESE FIRE-CIRACKERS1, ROCKETS, ETO
. No.2a onl i st ree neOr
C IO N FRTERNS, FLAGERNS, M
aEso, iarise arustmeIn TORPDOES, lmpoi.,
Toys .tnd Faniy 01od..
NDe Street. near B roadwa ew ............. W
the FiNSTO ATION HOELD,
EXCELSIOR FIEEWORKS, LANTERNS, 'FLAGS, FIES
x. CRACKERS, TORPEDOES, Ena.,
Diay itreet. near Broadwtiy, New York
PLANTATION HOES.
SOLID CAST STEEL, OVAL EYE
Maorted su, at lowest market rae For al by
J. E. HALSEY A CO., Av.a~oiniea,
AnddMeardware Com.mlulon Merechant.
SBe.kaLn stree.l New York.
car, . iraqne or..
J) MUIZ0 OU AND COLT'S PISTOA-.
DAll etIyeM,
SIarp'., Smith B eIHBa'., and other makr For auIebb
i. E. HALSEY A CO., AIossBeni,
And Bardware Commisin MBerchants,
6i Beekman street. "fwSRar.
JOHSS C. IIEALE, STATIONER,
U No. 19 NASSAU STREET, NEW TORE.
A. large assortment of first Ones Blank Burokl. dAle, Dme.
tie cad Foreign SIp,, asd SIaionery cotstra y o hFnd,,S
Asesilt 1S it madk to order LthogoSphy, Esgrissg endI
Printing executed promptly and lu the· ben: peeslla manner.
Special aItinIr u uI. odersby .mii, ..d priCe. a.,,,.e say
house to the city for gaols of! egaaii eurilt
E)EM6Pbl............ PPCMY!N............ 7M S
STEAM, FORCE, SUCTION,
-LD
Liftin Pumps of Every D1serlBptBM,
STEAM and OAS PIPES, PIPE and OAS FITTINGS
-m3
EVERY DESCRIPITION
-or
Plumber's, GRo and Steam FitterP' goods
For ..it at the lowest rates, byy
JOHN B. FULLER,
S DEY STREET,
New Yor.
JOIN SI. FULL·ET.
MARL FACTO RER AND DEALER,
No.. S Ley SItree. New York,
Has IBtore and ready for immedisat ShipmenB *nd i
faclntorn oorder,
Portarble and 4itationary Steam Engiynes and
Holier.,
Its 7 ,bSI bspower ; Cirunlar and Upright Se. MIble of I
ost Sis roved onstrut0on, o, ll sies, IS 70o
Wheels sI nd eve kkInduo HIII M, 5nery,; ggar l, p,
e an sining 7.51T,, Tnk-, etc., for ODaSd
Vtork, , CottoIB , nd W WsRE.sBPhl PIr, B et
verical Planers, Woodworth Planinglg ohihea,,
IronPleore, ray A Wood'sdl P1Gaing No,
I D, Daniels, Planin Machies,
Baring MBShIBB, Moulding Machines,
RItting MIsSinou, Rash Machines,
Uprigot Drills T.5S,,S, Eaheu
Steam Pampa, PwrlotiiRMetM
ForS R, Foot MortisngM e
Lilting Pnmp., Boring Ma SIBRIIB
8adIIIIISRs Bled Betw. S n R.6,unSM,
ydraallo,, , Cirular Sa Beacbee,
Screw Jacks, Wright'. pItent Scroll B,1,
IBohb.g PCeyBs and Hangers, Patent RIlt Sll B1,1,
RabRsBIndBI Letbhr Beion, CirculII Ros IS MglleMS
Leatbhr end Rubber Hose, UpOght Rsesring1 Mil,,
Plumbing and OFittings, RotaryB nd NMinig Patp.,
Steam and ()as Pippe., Every daze dgtfon of Maesrasr
Steam and Water Gauges, and Hallway Sappllee.
Cotton ORION, Cotton Gns.B Cotton BlnPS
SCaeKor lE.,l B0.., CRutBhern, Craven, ExelsRor and 1.u
CatyýotnCfiewth eanalnes or horse porsers, and every.
r thing require dioiae smL,.Bn stre and for Bale at ths 1os1e
BIRIe. YoursBsders ,B,...,,,,,Ill,,is fed
ROBEST FOSILD. B1
Ietronran or Fslrrca, Econoen All Grn0Ay
ToRy. ,Bncy GBood. ClInIB and FirBWerwok
MANRFASTORER OP TRANSPARENT SLATES,
5·. SI John Btree,. New TsS.
FIGIST PREMIUM STEAM SAW-MILLS.
The First Prise, the GOLD MEDAL, was awarded to the
WASHINGTON IRON WORKS,
by the AdBrleB Instiht,, at their Fair In October, 186I, SMB
the Uell
CircBIRBr Saw-MIIIS and SRteam EBiBB..
Orders for thesB, Gang Sa,.5llI,, SagBr MllS,, Seneral MB'
151.5SF, Ion lnd Bras, Castins,, Fuging,, RBelBSB Oars.
etc.,promptly filled. dder,
OEO. N. CLAPP, Trsasue,
burgh,~h N. Y~,
r L. C. WARD, Agon,
_ LIUerty sattt (ReRm Nn. H), N. Y.
.E. HIALSEY e CO.
AUCTIONEERS AND HARDWARE CSMESIIBSS N MEN.
CHARTS,
55 Beekman street,
NEW YORK.
ole agents ln New York for the
Pltt.brrg Cutlery CompanR,
At wholesale to the trade only, at maFnfa.BIrere,' pries,
AR DO:
Agents for the STAR BRAND) HORSE NAIL&

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