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TUESDAY h' Ol, NINU Ni. Oftitl2t1t23,110
lll erestisn Trial.
A BOLD ATTEMPT 'I0' 1F1A11 AN1 I Itl NC.lC COM-0
ltCorre polndnce of tli Chirng'r lOcenulg Jouncol,]
ItOCKo0 lhl, 11.., (l)et. 10.-A- .o1t hao occupied
the public attenltion lere, in its preogres betore the
circuit court, that is no great irnportuanc to o
eurantc int lia 1d tile public 1en ilerolly. The lnecu
liar closing of the ca:e malkes it fit, pterhal a, to
give at orutline of the ease and tCelin)ony, leving
yotr readers to 1fr e1011 0 tlusions to thlemselYes,
referring them to the Il nre elaborate record of
testimony which the olnpany will themtselve
pubislt for addititonal details and opiions.
In November last, a coutple were married in Be
loit, Wiscoesiy, onre noarireg, under the ftome or
J. H. Sargent and wifel. lnuelooiately after tlhe
marriage, the grootm ctlled opon thle agent of the
Travelers' Insurance Comlpany, in great haste, for
an accident lpoliy, as he wiso going oil on thle next
train. Bt:ig trapped, Ite pItawned his watch to
pay thie rees. About one month later the good
people of Peeatonica, Ill., upon information of
Henry J. Allen and othlers, who stated that Scr
gent lhd that afternoon come in onO the turin, and
hd been drownedo wlile satoing, searchedtl li
gently for the body, and continued cutting ice and
looking for hito for two or three days titer. A
few nionths later tile lBeoit agent asn notified by
the atto.lley here, of arogent's death, and tihe fou
malites of tit proof were finally ootmpleted. (Gen.
Julis Wh'ite, at I;hicago, representting te wes
tern interest of tile cllompay, osplected from the
lookls o thitge somethiog wlerkg, iandl at first sa
poaed Ohe mat atl Slgelt. to le a reality, though
doultiug Ilio deoth. The comtlanyy delaycd lo
ing till they coul sat11 lt y thellero. mleantimlle
a suit wtaso 1rl0 t lagainst theol by Mrs. Sargent.
The case was called up it Ie preosent terol of the
court. Tihe 1)r0,tt ltio pat io evidence that onle
day last tecettber, Jolhnr H. targent, tile h)band
of the I hlainti ', c nle0 to Allelt's on tite laf,'tr noll
train, tlin 1ti h gI.oig skatting, fell tIhrotollh OLt aor
ole e'd was t eeen o IntOl'0. The willios'oeo tesi
tied exliicitl Is to their po.itit tt tile title, and
to tile ootitooo of the air t,c fcoro 5 '1 111 tltpoitti..
Tilhe it ne... fur tile nlarriagt, and thle miniter
who tlrt'urltote t lO ccfilc tooIy, testified to, theirl
beliel thlat Jla I, . S.argellt tanll tl rt:I Io W calllrl
Heny J. Alte, t. cl' one ,ld tthe sane inttvldolt.
The iootllo'oo'no' agltent who iouslt- to Satrgellt (ls
called) aio [loliyoo :1 two clerkts, testitlled tat a
l lan il0 d 1c, . o 1tt I. J. Al ll w]llJ , i llll0 t v00 t
took ra;t. theilt. ld;3'. 'i'h(. w tult pa.Wnl ed for feI e;,+
wvat tr,'l col ba' ::; t', tile jew.'ir lo011 it to0 1 .
g it" ;ut. that tf h1' r d. t J . ' l 00l oil to-ld tdotlt
tilted a' a 0 ,,d 00i0 ;tcO,<0 , by thme wh10 swre to
the drotwo,i-''', wato ,w0oo tt ia, that of a miall hoi0
haod ol~ ,'e:tad t, ',r .\hi', in t lo, war, a id h't d ex.
ClhUn.,l". ph;IU ;r ),p .- gitill llilln too. ' lh]e orioind ailh
te llottLo ' too'il, ItO ' l it .'er0 i, o th on thte, 0 1 itl" t
ettatld. ' : ' O.to't'tn ort tt' ,gi-tor e fthe littolo'tt"
t floto..1, L'cl;o', u JoOht I. iet, Ano thatt ohe
at pplo t I~ Irtoo t' i, -tl,:e, w;, ., -hvn to le tho
t-perof b11 . r+ t0 " ' e,,or 11rn t j 'V
.to..to'.do-.
grap : ,ll;.,,--,rllbc s a rieaus stils I t, w t hl J
ei \ t,",e -ix !1ay- out. v-he-t a ,:y:lo cim. :: iht
ro tine .. . e1.' tl ,,l n . ' i, h ,I ted it
iti we v e,:i-l- avle :ll:ll - :-il' .u. ]bllur; htt
our captail lit tile vee.'i i.l' n the trullh it tile
sela, ail tlhtiush ihe rocedt-l fe.rftully, -ac rode
safely at li ,oved ap'h'e o'. her ,-o 'e
'"a-t \o.e Ithred it the v oley of water' the
whole i:mlan to the hmr'izon iitaed ituelf up, alld
above it' lI'vel rlset!h aiet udlng wave tlot ll
again, at-lrie agten upon the ot-er sole. We
lhung ald r e r,5e' hke II tediulllll. 'T]lherue wvas a
Niaga!t on each side et of i. 1ill r t orinrl
its gtlee: wetters asd >'U .ni'i:av its spt'ay at our
stern. itlere wts a fascintaione in the stene,
which the e1glt ait -'"red'lt of .ur Ierlthaps ad
ded to. i'orttunately it la-ted oll abtltt twelve
hourst tio wit tt twit d t lcte tt!l tie yea still
roeledi. io the ship tltbred in her eoure. All
next day tihe vesel tose-d and litcl 1, and tile
bright sun, which hod Iaghten,-.d ti. scene, diap
peared. The rain drove us iut', our ,'ab:n-. and
the day wae one of ditsotllfirt; till the night
roekedc u- :1 our uneasy cradle to nplleasal t
dretam-.
'i T-hr day rpased silently and sadly. Tie sout!l
east wndl gr.te. u rainl, atid .t:ee ,,r twice a little
.llrrty 1`tf tw--ta phenttnroton whit h hlte pre
cedetl tihe el-.de -f Tneet--y. We lnd two e r
three cnc e':llttni ofte l'ard, iwho, as well a, our
own te-t.snder. ett- t1,t.!tat ill ie lltset of
the htetceO,. ilte hbatr.:t'tter lell suddently an
inch or more. ' If there is not a storml'll, and a
rouing one,' said one of tt.lt. ' there is no use
for a baromte.r, and er i L. beI ,tter throw it
overboard.' But the barometer was right in its
warnincsr: rnd the winil whi,:ht, by this time, had
nearly boxed tile whole cowintes:, veered to the c
northlwet-t. and came ueon nt r vitit tile snddetlness
of a silltnon. The little sail tee w ere under was
taken il in time. It calle on, as the sailors say,
'buttt end ferentost,' and for toter hours tile Arago
went througnh a terpest such ao: it never before en
countered. The roll, ais she wa: Iput ill te trough
of the see, war.t had en,ueh : but once ill a whie
she encsountered a seta thit. Ltook the vessel, and
made every timlber in her strong fratme tremble
and qruieer. It was dark. iT'lhe wid which, i
the previttq gale, had lsung ttheongh the vtrotnds,
sounding like plaintlive voiel esallirg for help,
now shrieied tangrily and i:l loarse thrtats. The
darkness w:as abolute: iad as tile waves broke t
against tie sides of the vet el, tile alr was filled
with tile scattered wale-rs-the ' spoon-diilt,' as it
is called--and one could not see across the vessel. r
" Waver do noet rise mountains ttithig, excepet in
newspaper paragrapirhs nd natltiecl nitve-I writtle
by land-men. The highiest hnbrokelrWtres we
estimated at from 25 to 30 feet in heighilt. But
when they dash against thle sldes or how, tile top
breaks off and surges over wheellhouse aid bridge,
and over smneke-stack, and falitg, sweeps along
the deo' whenle hoegshta-d tell at ontce. The
weight, . to, is immense; and when a long and
hene seavce strikes hroeasilr against ilte vessel
it is e of a hammeer of 100 tolls had teen lete
drive at it. It smashes iron work, and unaps
asunder the strongest hands of steel. Luckily the
storm was brief, and didhtsworst ill the llegtining.
If it hed been protracted moeh longer, the shilp
could not have stood it. As it wae. hardly a
pound's worth of damage was done. The steps
on the wheelhouse were torn off by an ascending
wave. Some iron bolts that held the boats were
snapped asunder. One of our seeond-class pat
senger, tossed across the drek, had his ribs
broken: but, with these exceptions, we role ant
the storn triumphantly. The passeecrs weree
varionsly affected, bat en the whole l:helaved ad
mirably-particularly tite l'dies. Thiey wreErear
nest sand anious, bet eilent and absorbed. One
or two eteutlemlen pulltn thte preservers. One or
two boisterous fellows, whoml we had mietalten
fordare-devils, took to frantte lamentations and
prae:r.
pe ianl of the passengers watchetd all night, re
fusing ot go to their Ierths. Many ity down
ready dressed. Solne went to their repose as nulll
and wereet r'eked asleep by' the storm; and were
, - wardetd lr thehir tlellt ty a slort, rallnlllii n r1i'l
'i4'. (riltlly the great heart of natus eeus-d
its lalwred pnuleations, and gre' cahn. Tto -t .rsli
soblbed itrelf into siltce, alld on Sunl.ay nm::.illg
tie oat-t!o e ited p li he S abe ttustl but
mnilisg, it lhe face of tile frinlly sky."'
Se- -rc e t---.~- t-- aittli- tte
Svrn~ErT.Liy SvtsATOs.--The National epnhllian
of the 1thl inst.. sys tiht at it ltlt the - ligji,"t atl .
thoe 're fr denyinlg the repol. rt that Mr. Stlnt
ha tte.-lred lt s resignlat on al se"et rtd of et :.
whi e Ni., EVienal ] te! i,,eurr remLa'rk,' t l! te
tenae: Icllt that lie E al written. eler lh til.
1setah, ,nt r..(lle.-l Xh e rcilrv d ofI oin. lr-h
was it tlat r.ieent tI tee-it tt :, ta.
it is 1c en-r`, o d . lt S tman will i S nlthd .I1 iny
t~ntiu f to bee a- to he rtlioved n. i,,ra as )tia
itln rettportriilyte attt lat, t-t thl-thIt o-- at
cot of s ls he t ite e ur,,t lt not ite :tl,'' t
speading few years in tte ai ' tc i t-itit 1r It
atttid. t +!eiltttt cnter,el:etntt ito , :t . ttt,' t ' e
ovhictt the shove putitete it tt ntet cty "t1,, t Ni
lational etlihieof fareignd rih sojt nltlg tip ere,
ind atn at ,even there is t s , l, i
is about 1,700,000.
_ _ ___.IIa)tCAL..
USK' UT. DOMINGO !DITTY-IIM
RUSS', loss,,
BUSS,' RUSS',
BUSS', BUSS'
It. Domlngo Bitters,
sI. Domingo BIttes.'
Ut. Domingo Bitter
One of the most valuable ombio0tiOns of a aw0ul medlolne
and Mn ,.0eble ba evelg. ht has eve been offred to th
public. Mlli,,s of botti,, were sold thoougholut thb NortL
duinog the last fou yoars, Gad, doMeser Introduoed, It b.,
provleo a ewhomoe dditlon to the 1000,1d'. table, the family
circle .,d th obchelor's sldboard
LadlIs Mhohabe lost strength and appetite. and ender ,rom
nausea, vomiting and vertigo-
Gentlemen who "doo 'tf~el verelwl" Jost before breakfost
or dinner, whom stomach is out of order and system is Baca
ra11y deraoged
Mother. .eanig bildren and sufferhog from gMnl,,
debility
Children of sick1y ,tatue, .ed soar, dyspeptio Eonetlthtlon-
Tro.elees who have ooaslon to chango thlir eotse, sad
All who II,, In mal.,lo,, dihtriot., and are subljet to mlt
matt InIOenoes, wll1ind one of thb most valuable tonics and
Invigoratos that cam be ta.e., In
BUSS' ST. DOMINGO BITTERS.
TRY THEM BUT ONCE.
Russ' St. Domningoc Punch.
Ruka' rrack Punch.
MAEI FROM BATAVIA MIII.
BE .s' Me.0,ina Punch
EB.s' Gin CooktMil.
Buss' Mint Julep,
KM..' Brandy CoektailI
K.u..' Bourbon WMlhisky Coehtkltl,
The most delightful conco-tdour that? ecer tempted a man's
-ml-heolper than anty st-oey drluka hn tho bwrld
BLACKBERRY BRANDY,
I BASBEIZUY SYRUP,
GINGEB CORDIAL.
t LEMON SYRUP
Als~Uo on hand and manufactured to order.
SM..· & CM., MM. 8~ DM1 .teeetl New' YM.'k
S old whele ,,l e b y J . H . C A R T E R ,
JAMES IjONEGAL
e And by .11 Glroces nod DoEoolnto,
QKBEENBACKS ARE GOOD,
-str
ROBACK'S ARE BETTER.
Iobaek's
STOMACH BITTERS
DYSPEPSIA, SICK HEADACHE, INDIGESTION,
SCROFULA, OLD SORES, COSTIVEESESS,
ERUPTIONS, REMIOVES BILE, RESTORES 5
SHATTERED AND BROKEN DOWN
CONSTITUTIONS.
Roback's Blood Pill.
Are the most active and thorough Pills that have ever been
introduced. They act so directly upon the Liver, exciting
that organ to such an extent as that the system does not re
lapse into Us former condition, which is too apt to be the case
with simply a purgative pill.
They are really a
BLOOD AND LIVER PILL,
And, in eonjuuction with
ROBAOK'S BLOOD PURIFIER,
Will cure all the aforementioned disseas, and themselves will
relieve and cure
Headache, Costiveness, Colle, Pains, Cholera
Morbun, Indigestion, Paln In the
Bowels, Dlzziness, etc.
DR. ROBACK'S STOMACH BITTERS
- ill invigorate the system, and thus prevent that terrible
scourge,
CHOLEYRA,
d Andshould be usd by convalescents to strengthen the pros
t:ction which ahlays follows nteat disease.
Try these medicines, and you will never regret it. Ask your
1 neighXborswhohaveus3d them, and they will say theyare
e GOOD MEDICINES, and you shuuld try them before going
fora physician.
PRINCE?, WALTON S CO.,
t (Successors to Dr. W. C. Rob cek,)
SOLE PROPRIETORS,
Nos. ,6s, ., 60O and OS E:sd t Third street
CILCINNATI, OHIO.
FOR SALE BY DRI'CG(:S'rO 1V]' [W IHF RE.
EE CALLAN GE TIlE ORLP.D
OIND A BETTER PREPAR TION
GREY JACKET BITTERS,
- or all thai they are recommended, and
rt WILL FORFEIT A LARGE ASIOUNP OF MlONE
lire
lie , Upon Analysts,
,p
re, They are f and to contain anything but pure and health-givln
ungrbe ents,
PATENT L1UMSII BER DRYER.
fU LtKL EE Y' ...... ................ IUIU KI. Y'
PATENT LUMBER DRYER,
-aIr-
SUPERHEATED STEAM, WITHOUT PRESSURE, WILL
SEASON LUMBER iN FROM 2TO 4 DAYS.
Important Invention for ensoningl. umber
It will .eason Lumber at an average coat of $1 per IM00 feet
It will seasn Lumber more thoroughly, and check it lers
than any other process.
It is safer, does the work quicker, cheaper, and better that
any other procu,.
The expense of a Kiln ad a Right within the reach a'
every one.
It costs as to dry out the water in Lumber, than to haul it
NO NECESSITY FOR USING GREEN LUMBER.
The Lumber comes from the steam realy to be worked l.
mediately.
The coat of chantinga common Dry Air Kiln into a Btea.
Kiln, or of erecting a new Kiln andtheprice of a Right, are
often saved In a year by this proces.
No need of keepng large stocks of Imnber on hand. It coats
less to dry it by this proces thn thte terest on theprkce whil
drying in the air.
Carpenters, Coopers, Caolnet, Carriage, Bash, Door and
iBUd Manufacturers, Owners of Plning Machines, Saw Mills.
and all who wish to dry lumber, should be in possssion of the
Right to this invention.
A common itt Air Kiln can be changed Into a Steam Klt
Thfr Pallexpense.
Thisyroes. is now In nse in the Car shops of the Pennsyl
vanil Central; New York Central; Atlantic and Great West
em; Chhcago and North Western; Chicago, Alton and St
Louis: Ilinoais Central; Chicago, Burlington and Qulicy
M higa Central; Toledo and W abas; Sunduth ky. Dayton and
Cincinnati; and other Railroad Companies. Also, by many om
the manufacturers of Car., Carriages, bash, Doore and Bliuds.
Agricu urat Imlementtsi, ero ., h hothoho he United tlstats
GBtS. LOUR, EAt., FtiT, VEGETABLES.
TOBACCO, WOOL, PAPER, BRICK, SALT, ond other
substances are dried by thisprocese.
A tWA of the Dryer allowed belfore paying for the Right, hy
Pr farthesr nltormation, addresto
JOSEPH FRY,
Box E2tlO, Potoete, New Orle0an, La.
From the WVshiewgto Navy Yard.
Wal11ero l Nelv VIleR, Feb. 16,184. J
To Wm. Kaiser, Esq., Con5tructing Engineer:
131r-We 31,. two of Bulkley'n Lumber Dryers 1n operatlor.
In thie yard. 31,331 made tlorough toots of the 3131.1.
We weighed and gnuge t and nut the ollowvlg samplen u" t0
lumbar, vta Fkw\~hlte Plus Ylanrs:
No. 1. Nesighedi Ill fit,e weighed out 51 lb.; gauged I. 1,
NIo.I. Woiboie,043 Ibs; 1 ';i1red vet 57 ]be; ganged c cý
15 3-B1(3c14,, gauged 11114 a.
'is . W11gYned3,3 in 1 -,w,,iged outL5l7 h;gangedll 155314 t
iucllo. 113 141.1
Nu. 4. {t13ghe3 in ,73 D, weighed ant 61 Ihe; ga131ed In 1134
Inches, goosed out 14. c,
3llg11lI I3,s, weighed out 12 he; ganged In 15534b
,31,,g11 oat 115 . p
Ž3. 6. A green b33ck W¢Innt board weighed it 45 I, one 3: e
Da: gaulged t 17 5-1b inch1, out 1613- 1'
No. 7. A b3,1k 1113ur b1ars weighsed In 49 I, out 4
11s; gl33ged' 313,3 inclhe, nuIIt 513
No1. tl A¢ n a p nk 15' inches, 3 years 1n yard, weighed ti. 3
77 !ba, out 71: go. ad J. IS inches, out l4?(.
No. 9. A Fine plan l2 3 13 i3,333. 1 a.llS iI yard, ieigher
o 93 Ims, at 91; ganged i. 153ll3hea t II 5 1
1 ,. Id. A. old dry board l3ugediin % 1Inches, ganged o1 t
9?ýi..has.
S11. . Anold dry 3oard, 134 inch th3c3, gauged in 112
Inn;jen Kluged out 1y i,3,hes. t
No : green Dplnuh, lye lch thick, way .,it Ine. thrst
,,iee ,,, and oney,,,113 piellllken ,1tl131 y. 31i 11ay 3no4pt"
155y incl' iswide,llbunk 3, 1qu 1 1r o 1f an inch in431 hours. Ili,
ntemewra 1,Ipl llt l l l.l3 l 111113un th 1,11 and a f day3shrunk 3
,t nr!.n tieInevi·buri the kiln only 48 fip: e
ie, 13hn133.3133 rems to be 11aken out by the B,,.111
stelam h,3,v1e the no iiore is aill g~le.
InIbln berI3,111,1131l1 Idi les thI3 f33 rd3 1 ems a,
brih'r and fail of t !,itsla thebest~ air cnell lumoer.
\ta consxider tbeerr Kilns of rreree xdHdantxge to this ya~rd. a.,.
3lieve the pr nose I to 3 ,e31, t 51 h.1 we heve31,13111 1n" cd.1 13
lll3lr navelell t1I3e33le .Ihu3I3 dry I i3 ;r. W3 e tý:i33i3 O 1
cars based UPoln the right priciPJM.BOWŽ31Ž33,N 1,l ee 2 1111. 3
J. ,1 DOUiiliZ i 1Iatr Joiner,
C. L I. ,III Potn. t
L. A. TC13. Qulremlllll.
11e1ie3 e IIIII3laelllIa sel, forth In the ab13e 3omm1, ,1
tool to lte orrectly t33sae te3d, and the 1 e 3113 to h. be~au a
cu no n ~ altcoft 33 1. P. AAII3Fa,
yl r wet of theC ecpero us alr bove re orrd te atiaca
tory, and w we believ. We a l blew le lt DnrI, "red.
J 08, BNITH,
Chlefaf Bor... of Navy Yard. and Docksi
W11. IV 1. Ls. egley,B
Snb~ueel·-in-Cicle of Nary Taiualrod Docks.
From 96.L. h H. Webster,
k Sl tIIIIIIIIII of B Brrels, Ell.nburg G enter, 0311 or.
Te he0 310 t33 on00 of Bulkley'1 Patent Dry33, Theiy ue
perfectly lat;rf ucory. Weecan sale he cult 01082e Dfyers ~r·
rutarest aloua such yonT we use one of them.
From W. II. L ngley,
MIanIl1e urerll ofyBarrels, 3alipolls, Ohio.
The Dry 1010n built under the di rection of your Agent, fop
131,311e1,lIIl3hSelaeepsn p constant ase, and I believe Ie
080011, tca work fully 42012(0 81 yon claim for If. I 01~nlc
about ne maIn ray eree!l staves as thus- partly suasounsd. Lmun ·
leg we can in a ew Gaya, at ..all seismas, have them we,
seasoned.
From Howe & Jones,
S115, Door and Plaing 11 1111, 1129 Beach street, Philadelphia.
Web,,e beln 11115 Bullbley 1 3 Patent Lumber Dryer to.
seberale heemlra, 11 had 1331, 131.313 1,1,131n , 3111111houl
not have been able to 6133 oar orders w11 11y 1ut it for the poet
month.. In our ophiion It is the only way to thoroughly season
InmI or 1. a eeaeonabla rimy, and we believe the lumber to
dried ie in no way injured by the process.
From J.IIH. Shomae.ker.
Piano Makesr, Philadelphia.
Test made b{ BF3ley'1 Patent Lumber Dryer: One piece ol
Pine I board, 1134111hes wide,11 Inches 1 hi3 , 1ight 6 ID. 1
t. I, If ranaged ant 12 5.16, poet ounces to eight. Thl·
lumber way dried in the yard three year1, a1d onleyear i hot
air kit by me. I recommend this process Wo all manufacturers
From M,1oore & Complatn,
Phlladeiphfa
Test made by Bulbley b131mber D0ye,, 011114 3,4 122401618
Walnut inch h3ards, one 17 mch1ea1 1id, about halPdr3, 131ni
7-16 inch in width: one 19 inches wide, as dry an it could b,
13333, .,hr o 1k 11 inch 11 1idth. In a11 o13nion. this pr31111
takbes lore khrln1, out of the lumb1r th4many other, and
dues not oIlaee It.
Tests Made at the Shops of the Pennsylvani,
Central 15,llr ed Company, A ,toon, Pa.
In order to ma13 a test of B1153ley'n P31311 Lumber Dgrl,
the kiln was 3111ed with cherry a1,. P31 333 1ne3,k and 11311
walnut, and after firing forty hour.31131 loner came nom ,1,
bill perfectly seasoned.
The following 1inds of lumber were welched and galgel
when utin the kilns and also hen taken out:
gA 2lp' 100 eplank weighed in 7i8 I. eeighed o11113131..
5111n17 3131nches, ge11ed111 o1115.
Al 2 Inch ash plank weighed In 83 Ibs., weighed out 69 ma.;
gauged to 1ll lllch"',, 3,1ped out" -dl
A: ich bisel walnut plankr weighe2 to 67 111 ,weighed aim
56A3 Da. ; 1au11131 143 inchee, 131131 out 113
A 1j5 inch cherry beard ganged in ngd16%lasnhes, ganged out
A pi~sece of oak weghed to 83 Ims., weighed out 157 Is.,
gauged 1, 616 by ? 9·ld ncho+, gange nut 6?i by 77-Ii
Apla bollrd (perfltly Ien1 weighed in 3'b Ie., weighd aim
516 I3,, and ,111ulyin 1 thekilo twenty 1 o1rs. The (umber
came from the kilo readc to vor.
The testa were lerfectr3 s1tl3f.ct1ry.
J. P. LFAN, Supperitendel t Car Department.
JNO. . . LAIRD, hIp's M11ti3 Power and Machinery.
The practical aperatton of Balkrley:s Lumber Dryer hat
111111 133 be sntifltory1 a113 et forth by the erti3313 oe f br.
311ir3 and 1 r. 1,,an, Slperintlndle113f Moti Power and
Clr ..e~anment
Ca Dpatt. THOMAS A. SCOTT, Vice rrealden L
From C. F. Allen,
Superintaendent of Woo, Work and Car Shops, Chicago, Burt.
tingtou and Quincy Ratlroad, Aurora, Ill.
A tborou aatasa d t this alop of Bulkley's Paten
Lumber Dryer. It has the quatoites 0 thoroaahl ,sasonlin
the lumber, saet from fire, small amount off .e easily ,at.
tended, and will n the lumber in a short apace o timef. It I
further due tottis prrcets tosay that the lumber *adried in d
tur days, uiag far tess auet per day than ae had formerla
aused pr day when the lumber ws dried two to lour weeki,
and tahe lumbear was more thoroughly seaaaoned tha any ta
have dried heretofore, sand that,, too without any hecka
From Wiliaam Johnoat.
Foreman New York Central Railroad Shops, Auburn, N. Y.
It has been a great help to os. I consider it the bst mode of
drying lamber nowin use.
From 8. J. Hays,
Superintesndent of Machinery, Illinois Central Railroad.
The Dryr works a atisfactorily. We have recently built
another ki,, and ihall build several more.
From S. C. .Cale,
Superintendeant of Car Dep't ofMlichigan Central Ralfled
From several years aeper eyee wtib H. O. Ralksev' ate
other methods ofakil.drymglumberba, I can chOeriaejraeom
mend this as the best tn ase.
From Blarney, mith All Co.,
Car Builders, Dayton, Ohio.
We deem the process equally well dapted to soft and hard
lumber, and of all dimensiona; the time ra uired fori dryin
varyiuitg lb the kiandad thicknes, WeP. fand it ldlspemabls
In our business.
From fleasn d Enten.
Ctar Builders, Detroit, Michigan.
Some 5f, by 1 inch green oak, for car rucks, was dried tn
three days more [an it ot ld have been i it hbad been a year
sd a huall in tllhe open air. We have made thorough texts and
tid the lumber does not shrink a particlae aftear coming frta
the klnC
From ah·aell dt Co..
Car Btuildera ad M ufaetareaa oa Reaperas, Mwersa, Horse a
Poawersa and Separators, +Ma\Jhit , Utia,
Thelumber comes Irom the kilns aa, reand t workh. FroS
teut. mnde we a aatitlsfid that the ahriunaage s taken Oat o
the bmlber heore the mostlre Isa all gone. 'ha toxataa oa tha
wood remains firm and toaugh, andl .uaeptibe ot x very eactl.
lent fia sh. ta are convinced that it is the bet and only wIt
of thoroughly seasoning lumber.
From .angear & C.sey,.
alinois State Peaitentlary, t:mma lsiouer's Otl , Jotlielt.
It 'fin - ec ls ,i; o.r neodes ofdryi,,u lumhrr tHitt hove comen {
uuderr olh la rvxr.hon--iu reard rt, hsnmlicit, ch,",,,me" el
cintracta,aa alt n, rntala ot uel reyirtd, tat.i I,,le
n~ll~r. ha mrnx and etsce~nev inl .eaml»lln. r-u Ihy3m, mbel
to lhe eoin r, anuiin al almost incredibly .hort sples, of r ime.
From C. At llt:an te Co,
Manunncturor. of the Bllerkaye Mrneur al, .Mowe.r, 'snton, O.
Wbae iaadried a kiln hill att l polar nh and wah u ttree
dnpý· 'Cbh hltll:,ei em.nlelr,,n ile kilat all ready to tv-rk. We
ra taly naatletdad aitlh tile prtocc.
From E. ahll,
.Mhuuf.1etnrer of Ohio Reaper anal Sow+"r, Couotnm, Ohio.
At" r llltg al ut three 1,,3 , andl co, ho llllllin. ,irh. ,e."
,thll nl ,rd ,d a haltt wa rood,. a ,ao, ,rtht Itilna Aa e,
f*,csth¢ thelumbier ino avery pgnisble zwy, we ba,,e ocoIIonnoced
ia aeraletlay aeasaoned.
Frnm 'henna M -t as Ca.,
M!anu!actnrn r. o' : B cl ey 4rain D, Is. Pr ,lu Cider and
iuta yillt, #[,ýri,t,.dl rd, ohio
We hrt, ell ritie ,r,,elsx bhetween two andl thre. Ir.,
, " -in fr..m I1 .'.w ito ",euhIlneiher or yt ar. it 1si ntr f., rl t',,
,ale ttaa,tt t ai.bar is atil ta, t arona a a whe o,l,, , tth e o,
iall. we thn .lalllaatanalla er. t'O havt ireajllalla iutd 2 It
sh ll Four d a.y. The preaaats is Chaa!,aterl.nhl .
Freom S tnlth, l1arsa, & Co.,
11luntfactu',r.r. it Aarietltatral tmi,lmnta , Tiffin, Ohto.
W'e cou.slldr ,tie method of dryinlg l l~ber a g.rmt saa-,nlg ot
andild final, buides having the work done in a much more
ltis factor.- manner.
"From R. L. Hdowarda
Manufacturer ot ttoward's Imprvea Retapira, aMowers and
telf-R,.kera. Buffta,. Ndaw .1rl.
Tae Dryer ha t tt llt naiswered . ,iat rlatamnenu datons. I hale
teaaaedaha/dfaat aoialInch green a bh plana tn hirheadsaays with
ubout one cord of soft wood for fuel I choerlully recommend
Itt use to alltu wtla t xaeasaond latmber.
aFor arather particalatraaddres JOEI'il FRY,
BeaW aPostoetao.a N Orltan e., Hs
_ OFFICIA L.
STATEu or LoU13AN, 1 ewOreas, Sept-,ml rI~ I~r nr r nr. S
Wnassrell P m. wluý tins un UP1."1 (..,D "
fo Ir the axuaeilinl{ of is , fellll bone na( Clerk rl ll,
Seconrd Uist e6 CIourt of Now Orteaula, tn~uwit
A hand, do t. the 2d day of N'vemler, 18i6, for lb, 1 w of
$41"), al.uEd by P. S. Wiltr. as Ipcip.I. s red I1y an .1
beln g ..di on his for the fait uhd in raid Lnnd-t-h· r sa nrl~
~enl Codtlun urth flrkl phoru4eby mdd P. N.
W ilti, of ble dudles as Clerk, oforca®(d.ruc yslY..
Nt{Csle hereby glee. to all ysmos mterrsted in said b.nd
lawb~l csuse to writing +.t the nf8co of tits ,,l tbinrEy of matee
C1.4, ma . 0 days aftr the LIsar I b- 1 to us sbi tlt.d
mrut why 'bie estd bond dhul rt mclld n of l~d
Olean, ender nay band sad eves of 8Wt as above and -d h thaln
dependerrcoof the United Waves. the ý{nety-Brl
EU,,.N W.OLD ,
By the Governor:
Cs 444, 0. HIBn,, .As 14n Se1 .etah I fL Stt.
ELT Di LA Ldm41.d, D2?, 80 4..o o10 L'Ep..' 1.
Nonvvlle"Orlbeaa Is 14 aeptembra 1808.
AT d'RNDI qunppllctxtion a ere fate is roof
hpllhq.'4p Willp.o1.lo la cancella hlon de eon d blig..lo,
omeale te omma gref~er de to Deazlcma Cour de District do
1. Nuavelie-Orlbane, savol,
41elobli i,.l1.1pt 4 44114, no4embr 4 18h0, oor l 4omme
de $. ,,II. pa. 8. WI tt, lommy 411. i 1 t tenue par
hypultleque ...,* i ear eon propr,.44 dpcr.t 1 1 dnn1, , dit.I blig
quo { Ia dire ebll lion )tmt cooditlonnn pour It Hdete ese
cn14444 rl4e4t 148. Wt11, do see d.. ir. , omma iretdier
do la Dotlcms Coo de Di.trict de it NouvellWe-OrlLL 4,. s
dit
"Is eat e¢ codshgonene done k tnntea lee pslaonnee inte
sobs' d aaaotr Y airs ollaeltre par harp, en buree¢ du sects,
W"lr d'Etat, dnnl l· 90 loon poi snvront Ia derri pblerep
tlon do ctta praelsnatloa, ra i~sons poor lasllelie t l dl t
obligation ae eraft pas arnooeh sh t eaualle.
Uuon san ms ignn~ro~is team de 1'Etat, k la date
__.t_ tIrr limeJonr de 1'hddepsndance doe Etnts-Unl·,
J. 31ADI6ON WELLB..
Par isaonvemenr:
C¢ýaLra O. Haenr, Aeaietant Shcratnke d'Etxt
oral
COTTON TIES.
BUTLERSa PATENT COTTOIN Til
--{ N
The undersigned sole agents, have now on bind end o ll o1 -
constantly sopplded0th the bove celebrateddIRON COI'Ih D
TIES, prepard ordImmedli1nse, with the boukl 11frmly at1 RE
lobd to on.endoIthe hoop. This Tie Is recommended tr bus
merchants end planters for Its simplityl and strength, and the Sut
reat case withhiclh It oSSpe adjusted to blle of any vlse
It hen ben u0ed by a large nomber oof planters since 181.
thOs0,0Utvii-tibS0Si1 0, N
Orders wll be reeivedat oar, offi 1
R. BLEAKLEY 1 00., C
0 sa. 4 Poydra. streetooerner o TochnoooIola
FAd973MiA4O PATENT IRON TIES
FOR COTTON BALES.
MSy Btton Tie was the first .Lod forsale to any eltent I it
the South, and has beei used by thou-l eds of pln.ters wit)1 -
oail-e,1 approval. Ihovs ads a valouble improv0ement in r
the ,hapoof the batton since it was firt initoduced antd hoo 1
also o pod atent lo a Buckl Ti, whch, for aobopli.
c11y, faclity oil ..l0di see of00fatment to hales of any or o0' ti t
unequal sires, and iorne0uri0y in holding, is, I thin, soperior
To any offered to the public. o 1
The advantages of Iron overrope far baling cotton are now Cill
oniversoll, raknowledged. Ithoalds ith bract, a musmallr her
compass; in applied and fastened wit0h m1lh more hl ciIy. 101
bothIbo the ounltry pessoing and the re-10mpr0ioloe at the eon
ports; I ,mmensely the rihskfrom fire; I. *txolr, ail its
steuth pao Ipired by time and asposor as tha~t of ropea
T0his, lst d,. 0go1 ha, been1 t'likly m in 0001000,dur in1hr0
is" r'bnuslllrs of bidesa of cotton bane been I._s by the. r .t
Sn nd breaking. of rope, which could have been preearve.l is
I hloo o heo beoesn l In alddition to this. it can l e fan
elhd nearly fifty per caul. cheaper than rape. Ih derav Ke
n! at of Liborr in tbs hemp growingK States has reducedd the kll/l- pat
ply of hemp1 to such a asent ex to 0101 e priices to rule 11p.l. oil
Oleoitedlyhigh Indoed,as,1ohloloo for baolng a moderate
cotton crop elnnuot be relied qn at any prise.
I hrva arraoeed far III importprlua of ¢ large gnautity o(
the Iblut nglih it 00 tie hive ma1de arlt nclyltl. wi t
Iloobsra Chambers A Lottinplortho ..In end dOlivery- of rye
HIPl ROSOOS, NeO Orleans, Joly 7, 19. it
H. FASSIAN, ESQ.:
Sir-Ir. Joouiy ae I received Prom yoor prosn 1109 talo In
cott01,o of which 1001r I IPAb) werJe 01mp00 seed and bound w11t1
your new Ihn'1 L can sa1ely0 0 lrb th1at n1 ottol n 1 o hl0 1 lllllll.
0110 recei1d in hatter 111,01r 11010 lo llo.c.l eOs from he1.
Presse,. that it stowe1 better. 1nd enabled the ship to cart,
.are thou nno any previous vuy-aga
The cot, n why0 e dix010ged lrom the ship in LiorpnnlI w01 T
in better ardor tho0u the rope 01nu1.d 1cafa. It is highy orro I
101l1fora11010.ll r ir, an the ~ldpolloioO from the bail110 Ii,
h s nll. eflet upon . tl. nr it i voltbl.w- by pr.y ti001 i1111
t1t dampness iwillrt the11prpelblun. I .can confidently re
0100000011101r Iron Too, a01n took thin lot fo0 r -, o 10.h0
and cartselloowtahthd it, both to 1101.loloo d, nrOoibo . 1.
1 am, air, yours respectfully,
JON H014OOWARDI , Moter,
Theoadeoo1oned. Fire Warden and Fire Inspector
New 100105101 b'01rau 101b10,e are I' opinion tha, t i
Iron Tie i.Tol iOlrco' 1 p1ote11100 11i1st .ass i1. cue of Or t;
thuu tbsold sty:e at' b*Ung viit n o e
J. YotlONEl.S '10 Warden.
I1co1cr In the abov, AOOI EIAXS0, F
ALFRoe BE FANinNR.
E-rChlet Engi1ner,1 Fire Dlpaortmnt. I
kn
CHAMBERSO A LATTINO, A
Agents for F -moanon's Iron Tie,
-A~nd-
DEALERS IN SAGGING. ROPE AND TWINE, of
SI Clrondllet street, New1 Orleans to
HOTELS AND R&ESTA.UIA JN'Fs.
BUGOKS HOUSE,
NOS. 227, and21iCANIAL STREET,(Corner Bslic,)
New Orleas,. ]
Thiohbooe, blioeglsentbooeehly rep anted and re1olnted, a
willi be roady on the f0rst of Octobe. 185u. 1or the reeep.lon of t
p .to, transient end ooddnboarders, w0ho0wll hellfnda t,
Oltott if Ibopolol 10000111yio~. Plo00ioy0,, oo, 01101,00d
by that ollny house I. the city. Fin. airy gnome, single lo
to Upairs Ilea, hours: Breakfast 7 W . Dinner 2to 4. 6up·
perEt 7,0.
155LANID CITY HOTEL.
(JOHN J. PRICE-J. F. PIERCE-On H. A. MILEOD.1
Price, Pierce & Co., Propr-itors,
GALTESTON, TEXAS.
THE LEE HOSNE,
td No. 78 CARONDELET STREET,
n Isnowopen to th public. None but the 0est WINES ..0
LIQUORS sold over its counters.
GL ive use cull, end test foryourselves.
.10 LATOUO A COLTON. Proprietor.. b
0 7t / lfIBDPHY'S HOTEL-THE UND0ERSIG1NED
IT]. P01,patoo, oel Mphop, Hotel, No. 93 and sll t. Charle
, street, hereby notify the ph01e that they wlll End it to their
a010000r0 to aell and see them before gibg elsewhere. en
they wil get the choiest kind of 1l lb.at the bar. Sc terio
Dinners and Meos of ail kinds at the Restaurant, and Board
II aod Lodinlog 01 aeoperior qunlilt. to at0001100reducd1p1ice.
MKF.ENNA A c(`LOSXhY
]it1OHNAU'3 RESTAURIANT.
No. 1280ANAL STREET. BETWEEN ST. CHARLES ANDi
IIGA.RONDELET.
0I The Proprietors roesopslllplltform their old fisnds sd t,
eplicuran world, that the above Restauroat Is open for their
,tommodatooloo, t the same old place; and that they intend to
leave nothing undone to secuor a contntuanoe of that repute. i
10on ShlIh it be.o,01010pp00,lnspyd,.l..: thatof beig one
.4. o the ery frst Restauant. lin loAm ca. k
00 All the delloacles of the0.ason, with the holest Wlnes and
Lqoors, .l)ay. on hand, 1
The Poporietlor, thkfl Sor pat fav., solicit a olntSnl T
ones of thesme. It
10. RHODES A ROUII. N
O1 T OURSIANA HOTEL,
RI 21 TCHOS PITOULAS STREET.
SOpposdtoet 9Ntop, . loMak l.et, within oqoo the Tax,, se
SSteamshlp Lending,
NEW ORLEANS.
WT,-Trm-$St peda. t
J. CONDOS. Proprietor.
W IASEREBTON EXCHIANGE, P
NO. l2ST. CHARLES STREET, NEW ORLEANS,
Between Common and OnCsl Streets,
II. H. Stell,. Proprietor.
ORLEANS HOUISE
ad CLAREE A DOUGHTY,
(GEO. H. CLoARKE -WM. DOUGHTY,)
Cornoer fs t. Charles snod Com ,on treets.
S Lnoh every day from o l to l o'lock.
PHYSICIANS.
tn IW . , H AUSTIN. H. IL.,
001 AT TOE OFFICE OF TOE BOARD OP HEALTH,
'lt Corner of Camp and Poydra attests,
Oer0O.1 . Sisloer Store.
Resldont,. No. 124 Washington street, b0toeen S0. Charles 4
tee and l'arondalet.
Office lours betwreenl 13 and 2,
4~ DI'. H. A. 14SLEOB-.
ray
Orpc,,, No. 0 C.RONOEO.ET STREET,
010ers Ills Prlolotlslol 1011ic0 to the Cit010ns of N0,1
'tea Orleauns.
bei KS LN. 7'. 01H 005 J. T. SIIOITT
0 PHIYICIANS AND SURGEONl,
01010, N,,,0 IiA~IiI 170117ET, beOweOn ClommoIn 0ad 00..
0. ,ioo. ROff ,lce, . No.N10,10101.1 .Irr.,oohio and
lrr Apoillo sir-ts, New orlon lnr. ,.+
We Offi1e Dienes0 11 A.H. to :1P. M.
N. P.-Olo110l 1l111111 pa0id 1,10 1110011 of the 000a
ass Ei IE 1S NO J{E.0.150 n -
led
WILY LADIES SlIOtLD 10FFEI1
nod
,en
lool Dlebility, Hysteria or OtLer Compolaint,.
do INCIDENTAL TO THE1 CLiMfATE,
nor,
so HEN GREY JACKET BITTERS
osod Al, 00 o OoO Iat 01011 000,011~ 01011 01 loliol 1010 .110'.
50 LET THEMI TRYTOIS 0O'0EREIG N REMIEDY.
PA RTNER.. HIP--DISSOLUTION
ýY S) I t T:ERBSIIIP-.- N TiT. Fti fiT IOINTANT.
'R. C r)GLESBY wan admitted a me;0--i: e the firm ..f
W. i. ) l titRENE k HERS.
'Th style or the firm will hereafter he
IHEENE, OGLESBY A CO.
NOTIE(F-THE UNDERI(;NED IiAVE FORMED A
Scopartnership notder tils st.le of SM1ITf & RE LF', for
the purpose of carrying on the Coal huOtnei .
JOHN F. fMITTI.
J. MIfLTfON CELt,
Omee, corner Carnndelet esn (irav tr treeta.
NOTICE ................. ..............OTICE.
The Copartnership of CHALMERS & BOON wa dis
solved by mutual consent on the 30th June.
A. H. C ALMERS is alone authrized to liquidate the
affairs of the coern. A
A. H. CHALMERK
U. 8. BOON.
DTIH COPARTNETHIP O HERETOFORE
eTxis lng between the nderigned, onder the name of
W. tORFSEW A CO.,. Os this day ditlssoed by mtul o
sent. IVW. CORPREW will continue the bs nlfbo under the
same name and style. W. WOHfItFEW.
J. N. WHITE.
New Orlelans, October 4, 16R
D I#OLITIO N--THE COPARTNIERSHIP OF
THOS. C. WALSH A CO. expired this day by limits
tion. THOS. C. WALSt,
Now Orleans, Oct 1, M18O. ARTHUR CONNELL
COPARTNERISHIP-THE SUBSCRIBERS HATE
'ormed a copartnerbhip under the style and firm ofIRBY,
McDANIEL A CO., for the purpose of tranlctlng a Gen
ral Commission Bualness in this city.
JAMES J. IRBY,
JOHN ROBIN McDANIEL,
THOS. 0. WALSH.
New Orleans, Oct. 1, INS.
SISSOLIUTIOV--THE COPARTNERSHIP OF THE
Undelsitgted. under the firm of SUTTERLIN, WtR
HEN & CO.. this day e tpires by limitation. Thei unsettled
husineas of tih firm will be closedby our successors, Meslts.
Sutherlin, Callaway A Co., who will siue In llquidation.
JOIIfN 1. SCT1tERLIN
JAMES it. WARIREN.
JAMES F. CALAWAY,
IM. T. SUT 1ERLIN.
New Orleans, September 30,180.
OPAURT ERSRnIHP-Tae SUBSCRIBERS Hn1 VE
thisl.j da formed C.ptnfrhif under the ftn of
TIEI aLN, CAI.LAWAY A C oo.. t e transaction ot
Guener I Commission Business in thls clit.
J3,1N 0M. SUTIIERILIN,
JAMES F. CALLAWAY,
JO1N T. JOHNSTOJ.
New Orleans, October 1. 18 JT.
TIE PARTNEIRMSHIP IIERETOFORE EX
isting beween ItI. 111.Iedden f nd ii. 0l.edor expired
ontheli h o September, 1m. Either ,,rtner will ,ttend
to tiie liquidation of the lat firm. . 1.. IEDDEN,
WC, the undersigned, I. H. Heddfcn, I1. mofder bal S. W.
Clark le,, for:medl a opartnership. tofbtak, efec front feto
her 1 d1b. Wfe will. as hertofore, keep a Thoiece sfply of
Fam:lyGroeries. Thesty otfoo. firm
If. II. IEDDEV 0 CO.,
Corner of Carnoller anod (fomm,.n -reet.
IN.O'.ICE .............................. ..OTICE.
CCHARLES FLOYD, Esq., of Richmond, Vt., beomeos a
partner ill my business i lrom thidate. Thl styl ol o firtt
willbaT. F. WALKER. FLOYD.
THOMAS F. WALKER.
Nw Oeailenn, 1It October, 18t1.
R.3 , CHAS . IRABILEY HAS AN INTEREST
in my bouos from September 1, 1W51.
GEO. G. GARNER.
No. 63 Common and G6 Canal street.
NTew Orleanv, October 1, 1%6.
I S[E,' ADIITTED MY SON, C. L, AIl'FIENS,
a 1 A i:itnr rh bon.tiill h ell ti el oider tE
fr irm ofJt S AITIENS SUN. J.S. A. TKENS.
i/et ,he~r t ~
COPARTNERSRDIlzCoPAa:TNEAHIP 0
TlI,,,ndcriymeddirmme d a Copartnership. under the
stHylol-IcCOMRS A HARDY, .for the traoootioo of
GenoleraPr',ixi.n an Grocery Business, H P,,. 33 1atchez
,,crest. W.M,1cCOMDR, A
FOptoM Ierl. ISIS. P. A. ITARSY.
fT~il". II:DERSIIOAFS) TIAE FORMEDn A
, oanrtnerrl,hip under the style of SEURIANSRE k CO..
fir lice purpý,se of aulrin;; and eamprarnlný Cottea n .,tb,
Sirvn New ' 'rdtnn lP Yru., coirner of fFIO-*t and Levee
st11001, Third 1iatri), 10. RZYMAERK.
E. T. PARICER.
All ordOrs left in ao hox at No. 43 Ctnn street, at the
.1,its of ,,,srs. AilliDm. Nixo,, & Co., oill be promptly at- S
tended to,~~
NovI Oflean., Sept, tail 1800,. I
' FOTICF-OAVING WITHDRAWN FROM 5001.
A to,., myson H. W. KLOPYENRURG sceeds me, otd f
wm contminu the bn bo iloo, ttt, name, the uodtersigned re
mriolup in the firm as partner in women dLPPEamR.
H. EiLOFESiBURS.
New Orle0ns. Jone 23.188.
TI'OOPAR3TNRBSINXPBXSTING BETWR1ENl I
£ R.NoMontgomts. and James A.Wi Io,0nd11,h: - oY,
end style If MONTOOMERY A WHITE, is this 1511 .r. h}'
01000al M.Rnt ditsstted on the olth of MoyI.r134. iE.r t
the pertaon wllt attend to the liquidation of its affairs
B. MONTHOERRY,
N0 JAS. . A. WHITE.
Newr Orleans, kSd Jme,1966.
THE UWDMRURGWE2D WILL 00 fINUE THE
bt.Iaesa ol the late firm of YonrrgomerJ A White on his
,oIcoHnt. JANES A. WIRITE,
165 Common street.
New Orleans, 29d Tune 1866.
FINANCLIL.
CALDWELL ASWIVORTH.
RANKER,
d 8 Wall Street, New York.
Government Secur~ities, Stocks anod Goild Ibonfbt amt solid nn
0. 1n0isei III is on Union Bank of L3(03n, nngt Urn 1t,,I
11l ,poits ef ,.,olon. 1P l etioos mtOoiu ratty part of tito DOitli,
Soopiot. Repreool,,in New, 00r,,an, I,
JAMES WRIOHiT, 4 Uonion S1,1et.
i JAMES WRIGHT,
is COMMISSIBION MERCIIAONT,
d 49 URop Street, New OFleas..
Foreign soDoDmHtic Ll,,, eo,,glbt ooit so,. Adrnn, 0
m-de toi eon ig,,,,,IIo 0.11 MeoM,,,,er D B,,, Liverpoo,
and Caldwell Ashwoarth, No. Wall etrcet. to, ] urk.
D BURKE dil CO.,
(ILENDY BUDRER, EO. RACON BURKE, CARNEAL
UllKER.)
Bagkerl--No. 54 Carnp street.
:"Dealers In Foreign and Domuestic Esuhhojge. Collection
..odo, and )en tt,,Is romprtly Htt1oId to. Drw on
i,,Moerchnts' NatlIotI BRotA, NewYork Seek of Livrpol,
England.
d ADVANCE1 ON CONSIGNMENTS OF COTTON.
i. Tohbooo. Staves, Tailow, Western ProdFt,, eto., to my friends
In N,. Tork, Boston, Liverpool, Havre, Bordeox, and teb
West Iodise. OSCAR BERCIER,
No. I8 Magnto, s.1,11. up ,HIs
isM . 1. A. KEITH .5i CO.
BANKERS, SELMA, ALABAMA.
Collections on this and IIghbbr ting ntDolicitd. Remit.
tauten promptly made to correspondence.
Roto, to-CIt Bank; F. 1. 5 RH A. Johnson; Alston A
Fournlr;North, Bush ALSNMson; Boos,, Wend N Co.;Jo,,oo
A Ilarris, New Orleans.
RTLBFF . TWIBCELL.
(GEO. EULEFI, T. 0. T'IOCEBLL,)
_ Dealer. in Exchnges. ,old and SIve.r,
UNCURRENT BANK NOTES, STOCKS, BONDS,
INSURANCE SORIP AND GOVERNMENT VOUCOEBS
1ID GRAVIEB ST., Ne. Orleans.
H~IPEWIITT, NOMTON a C..
WILL MAKPE CASH ADVANCER ON CONSIGNMENTI
TO THEIR BRANCH HOUSES
_O
_ New York s a Liverpool.
02.15 111 (OHd 5.50 COMBON STREET.
JEWELRY.
as s MIKEk ..................................5. IBSEN
No. t0 CAMI STREET, UNDER THE CITY HOVEL.
- ewelry,Watche., Silver and Plated Ware
-dot's AdnnT roe
SERMONS' BRARILIAN PEBBLES.
Clueioio o I lWhaa, n Huio,, g Cane, di, mond .o1O ed rod
on.· raý'ad. best makers; rich Bate, Bracelets, Pine and Ear.
f I ri dlitoI, Amotoyet, Coral, Onyx and Etr-at Gold.
_ 8ito.,ll, lGold i.,rd and Vest Chinas, 11atest .11,01e1,; t,0
duttoue nod Stutds of every variety and hest vworkmauuxhip,
Genol' .oarl and MaNaooO Plbs, 1111100 d01,1101; Sil,1 111
Plelod Siet, Tabl,, and Toa Forks and 1, pno0 , Yisps, ,ohloloS.
1. Nappir l iin , Castors, etc.; Pocket slid Table Cntltlrp, 'rlt
iaaker~ aid -teorior qu allty.
(Clocks.
01310and Mootl,. in ronzse, MsrblosInd Wood,
Oild., 4lh1bt , Steel O1l' sholt mioutd.
'rho ;r'u;F<"ta ntiention of ):lase needinog " bclpato read"'
rmpecttu~lly x",imtetd to semrnmun' Era.11un Pa...le. the hart
avid only glassesa rhos should be need. Now Pebb'.er rw e c!
eld~frivices. 1'hrrlen~ieratteotion paidtc renulrinSg tellaaar d
Iawelry, the boat 9erawae haiiy employed,
3o,oro,1.,. I C'A'§P 'iOIRE'ET. 01-1, the City 1 l
,te i'(l' 9 A El BOA 'i` A GE NrT .
H1 . WIl¢ .5,E atiS..-IJO1IN E. HYDE, ED. J
"ý ý OOER,)
STEAMIIOAT AGENTS
eeloersl Commission and Forwardid g Moe
chants,
No, 11I COMMON STREET.
a N ew Orleans,La.
Fartoeo,,r and perSontl a,11otlo,8gl15 to the collctton
IreliS1t ilir,
(.OOKING ST(TVJ,.
THE CIH.ILTES OAK t
COOKING STOVE.
In recent advertisement, Mr. Perry ase.t, that the
OCIIABTER OAK STOVE does not diffe from the "1Old
Hathaway" Stver, and "paesaeee nn merit eser the
Htoae he .ld twenty years sl.,.
We would simply state thtif he is till etllng the Setov
he soid twenty years sin e, he is Just twentyyears behind the
age ; and that he Is deviating from the tth whet he ceerts
the CHARTER OAK does not dier in Its teastrauio from
the Store, he offetl for la.l
The Charter Oak Stove
Possesses two valuable and peculiar improvementc whdih
are not found in ay toe he ofe for sale. They were frst
patented and used in the CHARTBR OAK in , and hae
obtained for that Stove a popularity entirety .uneedented-
over FOUR HUNDRED THOUSAND having been sold ln
ten years The most importt of the mprovemtett is the
CIRCULATING HOT AIR FLUE,
which commenee at the top and rer o the Fire Chamber,
pssing down beehind nd forward tedtrneath it, sd then
down the front end of the Stove to the front end of the bottom
of the Oven. to a point which, being farthest frm the fire,
must necessarily became les heated thean any other part; and
to remedy this ditmclty, and eqletitez the helt In the Oven,
the HOT AIR FLUE was irented becase by tt operation
the intense and sarp us htat ehig over la0 degree) that Is
radiated through the
FIRE BACK AND FIRE BOTTOM
is conveyed to the coldest part of the Oven. The this HOT
AIR FLUE not only equalizes the heet in the Oven, so that
the bhaing is uniform in all pat, but actually
SAVES THE SURPLUS HEAT,
and conducts it to a point where it ei most ededd, eome
queuty
LESS FUEL IS REQUIRED
Than in any other Store.
The second improvement is the arrangement of the Back
and Bottom Flues. which are gradueale enlarged from their
commencement to their termination at the Pipe Collar. It
will be r adily n erstood that a gradual y increased AREA
is given to the HEAT and SMOKE as it psses around the
Oien. The a r at the front end heing renied by the heat
from the HOT AIR FLUE, the dret is accelerated fhom that
po nt.
Tlrefere, enone ef the CHARTER OAKS ever fall to
Every htore fully guaranteed.
RICE BROTHERS & CO.,
03 end 05 Camp streeto
5t Magazine street.
CHIIARTER OAK WAREHOUSE
97 and 09 JuliN street.
STOVE .S...........-STOVES............ TOVES.
A GOOD COOKING STOVE
-Is
ONE OF THE MOST NECESSARY AND DESIRABLE
Artlelee of Hoouseholdl Economy,
And, if properly managed. will promote the health, comfort,
and happ ness of every momber of the family.
TIME, MONEY, and extreme VEXATION by delays of
your daily meals, may he saved by using the '
Charter Oak Cookn; Stoeve.
Over TEN THOUSAND of these celebated COOKING
STOVES are in day use throughout the city of New Or
leans. Every one of them has been sohl under a FULL
GUARANTEE, and we offer them as a reference wherever
found.
The Improved Charter Oak Stove, with
Extenslon Top,
Has but ONE DAMPER, and is so simple in its construction
that a ebild can manage it The OVENS are larger, Bake
more uniform, and the Stove heavier than any Cooking
S:ove of correspondlg elte ever made.
The Hot Water [eservolr B.ller
Sfrnishes a constant suppy of Hot Water at all hours of the
day, and for hours after the iBre has been extinguishd, with
out additional cost for FUEL, a practical illustration of the
ECONOMY in using the CHARTER OAK.
The fefleetor Gridiron,
origino with the Charter Oak, and used.on no other stov
the most perfect manner to BROIL Meats and Poultry, where
by the offensive odors arising from meas duriogthe process of
broiling are carried up the pipe, and JUICES of the Meats
ipreservdd.
The Hot Closet
in which MEATS and PASTRY are kept WARM for hours
when there has been a delay at meals, besides enabling the
ceok to furnlsh a greater variety of dishes and deserts, and
place them hot upon the table.
The Charter Oak Stove
lwh do one-third more baking In a given time, and nee 25 per
cent. less wood than any other stove now made.
RICE BROS. & CO., Sole Aglpts,
93 and 95 Camp street, near Poydras,
and 55 Magazne street, near Magszine ioMrket.
S Warebouse, Nio. 9Y and 9) Jilia treet.
SAT PERRY'S OLD STOVE HOUSE,
la 1IIPOYDRAS STREET (Between Camp and St. Charles Sts)
For Sale, BOOFlat Top elving Flue Cooklng
Stovee.
(All of the same general character, bt differing in ornamen
tation anid fi their names.)
h For twenty years I have been selling. and eontinelot to sell
the "OiTD IIATHAWAY" stve, which, under thie ames of
bCharter Oak. Brilliant, Peerless, Olie BrSnch, Magee aod
agdlae. areon the nlarket, thile prices varying with the
anoat If pufElpg o ph storve hos reeld. and sr for ant rel
alnethuatone t tilhem laUver tleother. The sTEP or
I'R EMI STOVEi, under tile names ofnoutbern Star, Queen
of the South, Mustangl, Pide of the Feyt, Fiayter's Uoo,
iliet iain and otherames. Iehave, alsoo. Ingreat vriety
coal and wrvoo rlorEraoklis, and a rewnoF or Tight peat
Stoves large erd e mall box and Tan o late Stoves. Stove Pipe.
et. 1 do not claim any pel ar merit i being able to bol
meats, roil steak, and to preelreteittil rJett to keet water
Inot at :dl inles, or to roust eat". iu our stove% as people of
lcommon ense know that all conknlg stoves will enable one to
do that, tndt they nwo o that, ie a rose by ay other name
woii mell ae sweet," and that befioe they buy, they my call p
at PERITY's, ltl Poydra street, and save $5 i the purchase
of u Stove.
PiHOTOGR APHY.
TURNER * COHEN'-
FHOTGCBRAPH AND FINE ART GALLERY,
S'o, T Conm. street.
ST lictlng that the liheral potronoie of o er friends t nd the
e eublic wil cenutllie, wet have sno2ae the si tviet of Mr. E.
M. III'lFLL, n operator iwho 0li ¢l:l, l bt urpissiei far skill
Sfil and olrtiHic ability. Our arcdo, Mr. REICIVIAN, is see
Simud to, 1none 1 the country,
Ti.t, gcutlenltl, withl many others for our buoitys, have
.t latelyi airriveld froi Nw Yolk. ho we aire CIow preparel d to
tnaket urae frompor the sme lnlatt miniature Oin yonur watch ,,tal
h.idll lii lor peoit ii.
T Tao pubic iate! i,,te~l t, B'all tand mI 14e a critical ox minn
tinn 1 ,r th-:oselves o. the imltay .piC. imals we Lave of weh
nicpc ctli t tlici , ciilieeoi ,'io.-,
pJidOTLttGAI'iS thOita De ee Ii ALIIOJ Ott
t8. . lULESSING,
"t itaaaas 85y a..y ,
S Wheleiteaud Btetll Dealer tn
i' fiLt)lllliOIFiIticicI ST O I'YIt NTS.
rdi PiIIOUtit4'l IilIti tMATERIL tS
, FtlililAFltt( Alit iiiII ANUIsO OT ERe
PHOTtiRAPtIH OF- CEI.,;HRfBlP rIE Ets,
Would lleoll.,lo tllolc ,ii.. tL.i h . iic .d di"ifliltd t.)'i c
t l.tma. cid tble Alums, wooiech e I.e le tilelo. 00 lDFC i
PRiiCES. Iis coc ol It tmptie l i t!ie, , diolt* .'td qoceltiet,
o :r- liiito PATESNT Potlt: Ao RS4, ohiclh, l,r doralilltlo
.aneqhrled.
0 , Pl!gi f ti lOAFII acltnO 1ceovrel.. Vitn.y t tcr .hey
snd bfatey nboite Ic ;roeat vyet;- i, i lin anld c,,hyred.
P .IiTl)GiRA'HIBS. cl :it ol itotry, r.,li.id withtev.ro
f olo used in tl,,er hSltlood , it iltl .arVtet rs+.a
BSnd ,or .at.. 111t d rr- wb,r,
Cu A P ER NU eSTAVbIOQR IORV WALSRI5iIUi
No. l6and S t;)OMMON S'fTRET.
We bare In store a rigo .rod axltnstve ,tuc k of rY·t
Wrapplno and Wlritig Papers, eatlnonery. gy Ok 1o3,
School Botks Ind V.cy eeoods. :dpted t e evert bGrt.W r
deleond yctric ,ltecieot.dn Atldle pr-tiio
1IVsit:Nd SEVIIQU"
jT. EONEGAJ)I COLUMN.
20 .......$T OEHAALLE sTEtrnlY 2....0.
DRUGS, MEDICINEB, CHEMICALS, PA IJI
Qua, GLASS. DYE hTO"S, pPfUWt.
160*1 son". a.6 Wb1i06.
'0. / 0. . >q *R 0 t6E4& 33IIW 3
od
Higgh, yhgg .w .,i
is.
and NEW DElIGI, in ndffiks t the tuts d t
hood, I suntwbn w. mpa7 Is. = oa
-lt Th)l81loolegeudnsumpbq. .~g
Bins HawimyBan
Bohi.., .11 hindS,
Balomel 0.1816
se" .ntharadeu, pa
Chloride ime 0iac, 1sedwA
CommntraWYA Oklmdaqm
Cream Tartr, aolperw
C...8ootOaoindiA s
Iingla1s, 1pmss
,ch Licorie Islay
eir Licorice Rook Lau Cs"V%
It Maddr, p,
=A Mann, a..h
the lok. EMphine
out Nu8me5s O.m,
hot Quicksiv, Quinine,
Rotten StooS, Bwh.1A Bilt.,
to Sulphur. -Pnori..8inm.
Tautn, B~rnge
Epsom Bal., Terpengne,
0p00 eli, l88pruiinL
Varnish, White Leadin OE,
Etth8. Nitric. 717. Is F
Ether, 8n~phnre Hw. adl
Ga~mboge, E'trse, wd and6ald
01 aube Balls. lINhbed,
t Dam Arabi., Fla Seed, V60111
Oam Benina.,
Gam Myrr.hGCpkr
Glycerine, ownltepnGns
HopeOne
Oil Bergamot, H1685,0.08,
Oil, Cod Li,,.., whte, OtlA84.,
Oil, Cod Lie.r, dark, 08. OClnm...
Oil, Ol.ve plath and B...?, oil, Orege,
3LE OIL .0oo068 Oil, L,..
Peppoo. 180k. 011, Popp.IminB
P0tash. ObioiOt, O1, Whli,,anm,
Putty, peppr. pa®M
Saltpetre, Po181.., lA~ds.
DLt, W lb,
Cot oap, OneiN. 8.1.,it..,
Spot.a, h.Zhanlbo lbotU
e or Alum, Boo, giwrhanat
Bod, 8.1 Whit. Wa,.
ISNt
Fneo~yood. 16Sthff.
ILL Combo, NIInh..,
raverl Colones Hadthddd·Simtlr
Poma8des, ln0in.
T0.11Atcl. s PA uiloweis,
rlth Soep. plain end Easy Palm Ikahiss. mi
0,d...icpl,.4 esm the smien SIB m0* with poy
ction el..ttoa. SAAB.4 60330*8
,king
HvVnzvx
SUPERIOR OLD CABINET BRANDY,
AN UNEQUALED REM~EDY TOE
DIAXHEEA. UWMXXM OOWILAIH'
CHOLERA, CHOLERA KOBBUB,
GXIPINO PAINS IN TEU HOWNES
CHRONIC DIARRHEA.
It II highly *pvnced by the Medical Taseib
For CIhong Ct Water mad Ht .
THE CABINET BRANDY
Han ben Mwd with almteb !mateihid ,me0 i1 S a
ptet Tweity YTwa. Ia caem t DIIARREUA. GROLr&
iORBIUB, (OLIO, ate.
BOLD BY ALL DEUGGIBTU, AND EVENT
BOTTLE WARRANTED,
UVUBEL'
CELEIBRATD GOLDEN BITTERB.
A PURELY VEGETABLE TONIO
lcaigea'tla.E and StrengihaU iag.
r'nrtl. the .yal.rm ttlttit the e.ll etrbt of [email protected]
voterl. For eel, to alt peas al the wrld.
gi CENTRAL DEPOT-Americm EzWen Buildlng -
'rade,, 'Iret, VowtVet. Nnn folottPE-H.o N. Y.
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