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AS ADVERTISED 15l TIHE DAILY CRESCENT. Tuesday, fetober 28, 1860. New York..... ..... RALIII, Walker............... . 9 AM Texas ...............AItAIIDAN, Eton ................ 8 PM Texn................ MO IAN, LawlesIl............... 8 PM MohllB ............ ... RAl, ( ES, W.lkor-Ctars ..... 4 PM Waterlng Places.....CAMELIA, Blakesley-CarA..... 9 AM Lafourche...........J. M SMIARP, Dugas. ..........10 AM Red River............NAVIGATOR, 1Koun..............5 'PM Red River .......... .10t CITY, MArthur............5 I'PM t Vbksoburg...........ROBT. E. LEE, Cannon..........5 PM 8. Bt Louti............. MISIISSIPPI, Carter......... 5 PM ft SPECIAL NOTICES. - Notlce,-Members of Polar Star Chap ter No, 21 are rqe.sted tolattend a Meeting TIIS EVENINNG, at7o'clock. VisitingCotposlou areroospectfullynvllted. By order . tile H. P. HENRI MARSFI, Secretoary. New OtOc. n 2SO,1, __z, d --C.reeent O1l.y Bank, New Orleans, Oct. 11th, 176.--On and hoer MONDAY, the 15th instant, this Intitutton wtll pay tip deposlora in currency. CHAS. PAURIE, J.., Coshier. - Notice to Conlignees-The steamship tar of the Union, Cookse commander, is'now disehargoi g at foot of St. Joseph stree, First DOtrict. Consignees will pleaepay freight bills,. procure orders from gtent's ofice, and attend promptly to the re eltpt of their goods on the Levee, otherwlse they will be oto ed at their risk and expense. CRMEVV, NIOKERSON & CO., Corner o Graver and Caroudeletstreeot. Nwo. Orleans, Oct. 10, 11_6. - Cre' cent CIt p Ratlroad Company, Omfiee No. 69 Canal street, corner Dorsier street.--Cars rno regn. larly from cornor of Migatine and Canal aotoete thtough Tehoupitoulas and Ne@ Levee streets, to and from the Stock t Landing, Louisiana Avenue. DAVID M'COARD, President, Cononus FPos, Secretory. -. peolal Notlcr-All persons wanting In. formation in regardlto trisoners of war who died at Camp Dougles, III., will please itddres E. S. JORDAN, Box 416, Ohthago, Ill. -- Om7e of the Truotee. ano Attorneya of the Assooiated Bondholoerl , Creditors and Stockholders of the New Orloest, Jctl.totn and Great Northern Railroad Company, New Orlennt, April 17. l.91.-Notice is hereby given letho holder of the First Mortgage Bonds, General Creditors and Stockholdtrs of the New Orleans, Jackson and Great Northeol Ratlrold Company, that a plan of the re organtsatlon of tite Comany and an agreement based thereon It now open for insp.etipn and the signature of Bondholders, Creditors and Stockhohters at the ollce of Messrs. Clarke & Bayne, No. 2t Camp strEEt. . . T00. A.LEN CLblARKE. VIce tha'rmon. --CCnese ! Co oner ! ! ('tneer ! ! Cuored ln a!ew- ,mri with ot pain: /tAthla,, lby ea antliote that never tilt; tliollnat,4n, by tte tlteti t 3Ioattio prtc',: (t'.,umr.lption. hy a cow xy-umn, wlthnotl :nedu'hn,-: all oither throiic Di-at",o Iy sp'cill trlatllrnent. at tile Magnetic ln rmtary, 12T West Fifthstreet. The m t isttintutt i hed Mago netic D)octress and Clai,,,. at of the n in attsndnce. uu e.opthlootoe t reersneV o t given. Selfd olr tircltlar to Pio. IoA I t t, LIk B, 95, t lirnnlnti, t l in. ---Moarrlage iond e C otllcFtop "t Eooov of Wootnlnt aotl Inotr'tltio for young Mleo. Al-n. diee.o and atl, ,tswio h pr,-trat the vital powers, with ture meeut o relief. Scut fro'it .iitre i n t ,Ii ttlellotter etovetclle. Ad droess Dr. J. SKILL[IJ T Ioot'ttoN, Ilottoward .xtnlciktion, Phnladelphita - O-i lIghnoo o Plllo .r C.r:hills tand Fever- The testimontals eatxcli to the advertisement of thete Pill'I are from gentlemen known throtghtont the whole crlntry. Their veracity cannot h te qtuertioned, and pices tht merot, tt the medicine at once holyotl dolbt and recommends it to pop alar fa.vor= PSee t adl er-i--s.e . . . -A New and Orett Epoeh In IMedleine, Dr. Magglol is the' founder of a new Medical Systeml The quantltarians, owhose vast internal do0es enfeeblo the stomach a.8 paridyte the bowels, mut give precedence to the maon whoi, restors health axd appetite wth from one to two of his extra*rdinury Pills, and o res the most vilent ores with a box or so0or his wotmdful and all.healling Salve. These two great speclfles of the DoAtor. are fast superseding all the stereotyped notrutms of the day. Extraordinary cares by Maggieol' Pills anti Sale have opened the eyes of the pub lie to the lnefciency f the (so called) remedies of others, and upon which people halte so long blindly depended. Maggel's Pills are Lot of the clos that are swallowed by the dozen, and of which every box llt taken creates an absolute necessity for another, One or two of Maggel'o Pills suM eto place the bowelsin perfect order, tone the stomach, create an appetite and render the spiritslight and buoyant. There os no.griplng and no reaction in (he form of enstipattoa. If the liverls ffected, its fhnctons are restored; ano if the nervous system bl eeble, it is ilvgorated. This leot qoality makes the Med. cines verydesirable fr the wants of delicate females. Uleer onu and eruptive dlnelses are literally extingu"shed by the die Infectant power of yaggiel'. Salve. I. fact, It 1. Lore an nounced that Magglel'e Bilious, DiApptlc and Diarrhea Pills nare where all others fall. Wkile for Bums, 8ta.ls, Chil blaints Cut, and all abrasons of the lk n, Maggleol' Salve is infllible Sold by Ji Magglel, 11 Pne street, New York, 2n allDrugglst., at25 cents per box. BARNES WARD & CO., Agent., New Orlean,. - Mr.. Wltlow's My.tle Pills ore pre pared only for aletliimate purpose, and are the only aafe and effective medicine roe females extant. Do ot trifle with iur healtb, and use cheap and dangerous medicinewhich drutgists have bought, and will rommend, being ignorant Cthteir properties. They are a ceralu cure for all those painful and dangerous disorders to which he female constitutlon is snbJee, They moderate all excess, and remove all obstructions; they invig- C orate the debilitatd and delicate, and, by regulating and strengthening the @stem, the hae of heaoulth is restored to the cheeks, weakness of the sapne and limbs relieved, and all the Indications of nervloF debility removed maiden, sife or t mother should Ye without them. Try them--b o v' ;ording to direction, and be convined that they are the Lady's Oriend. Ask for MRS. WINSLOW'S MYSTIC PILLS. Take none other. Price $2 po box, or throe boxes for $5. For sale by all dggts ONE L, J. DONEGAL, Wholesale Agent for the South, 20 St. Charles street, N. O. - The ESQnen! The Queen!--The Queen OF HAIR RESTORERS I--Mrs. Winslow' Queen Hair Be storer is queen not only in name, but in virtues. 4 Illt is the bebt HaI Restor ever offred to the public. An Ifallibie resl r ansd ipreserver of the hair if faithfully appl d. it Is no hair dye. It s.ts dlrecly ppoa the roots of the hair, changng gray I hair to lts original life olori; alrresting premature decay apnd aIabfgout of the hl. r ; eadilating scrf( and dandrm', and curing all hbmops pftbeIcalp. It will chalge AIty ad wiry hair to soft and luunriant It mparts a dell btful frallan b to the halr. In short, if you wish to reutors your hair, as in youth, ad retain it throughb lfe, nss MRS. WINSLOW'S QUEEN HAIR BESTORER. Pse $1 per bottlk Sold by all Rmtistill o y.i J. GONEGAL, General Agent, 20 st. Chboi. street, N. O. - -urely Stea.dlly, Buceeefllly, Umolaa dsl's Extractolf cks Is ouring every case of Kidney Disa, Rheumatism, Grave.I, UriUary Disorders, Weakess and Paie L the Back, Femia Complaints and Trouble arising from RExcsses of any :fnd, ,Oomse yeaiep dl Try moander'-Tae no other Buckl t Boldbyall potheparles. Prce, $1. D. Barnes & Co., New York and Brese Ward & Co., New Orleans, Southern agents. BRrleigh & Boger,, Wholsale Dromgtst Boston, Mass., gne ral agents. - Colgap's Honey oSnp-Ths ealebrated Toilet Soap, in .sch universal demand, is made from the S ho1oest mat ltIa , is mild and emollent in its nature, fr g'antly sented, and extremely beneflialinlts action upon the skin. For sale bi all drugglets and faney goods dealers. PIANOS-SE WING MACHINES. TUE GRMEATEST SEWING ORCUINE THE FLORENCE SEWING MACHINE, Works more rapidly, with less noise, and does all kinds of work. Call andoPaufe it. THOMAS iSABELLE, Agent, No. BEoa ne air-t. JOKN ]ItREMEIUR. IMPORTEFB AND DEiALERS IN PLEYEL PIANOE, 1.,Y it AGENTf5O LPIPPo S C SON' CELEBRATED CYCLOID PIANOS 98 Camp StIireet, Nev Py N Orleanas, Constantly ouliand a select tock o" Pianos of Northern and Europen. maPfaPn-lr , Plmno Stools., Coverp, Strings. et. Pianos tuned An4 repapird. Second hband Plaos.boughtor S F. "." " F.TE o C....., [LH.L Light,, Newton & Bradbury,]E , .Mnnfaetud'ere or First Cliso Plano-Fortes, tbHgest Prealnlm at the Ameriaeen World's Fair and Exhibi tion oP the ind btry ol all nations. This ,ell-knovn establishment is now contoinued by F. C. LIGII 5 and ,OUIS 0 ..N5ST, at theb old staud, 21 Broome street. be: weoan!rosby and F.lm, Now York ('its. _ MUSIC POT5LISHER, PIANO MANUFACTURER, AND IMPORTER OF est.sleal perchandise, 157 CA EL bTRFET, (NEAR DAUPHIBNi, New Orleans Wholelale Depot of the BlIacmar Upright Pianos: R. Nunn's (Lite Nuun & Clark's); Guild A Co.'S; Wm. Sanbe A Co.'. and other erat hceas Pianos; Prince & 0o, Organs and MIodoos, all of whicht are sold to DealerO ran Schools St factory wriholesale rates. MISCEELLANLEOUS---NEW. DUMONTEIL .d VILLERIE, (F. DUMONTEIL-EDW. VlLLERE,) Commlslon Merchants. --AND DEALERS IN FOREIGN PRODUCE, No. 157 Common street, between Carondelet and St. Charles streets, New Orleans. ELLIGAN db NASH'S SALES. 161 GRAVIER STREET. Several very desirable Dwelling Houses in eligible situa. tlons at private sale, and to rent. Are prepared to Purchase, Sell, Bent or Lease, Houes and Store ; hlave large demand for same also. Inhurane Scrip, Stocks, Mortgages, Securities l boight end, ;old. t" NOTICE TO COKE CONSUMERS The New Orleans Gas Light Company have this day re. dued the price of COKE TO FIFTY CENTS PER BBL. WM. S. BROWN, Treasurer pUTNAM a CARE (JAMES M. PUTNAM, formerly of New Orleans. L; WM. S. CARY, formerly of the Paridsh of St. Mary, Ls,) General Commleton, t eeelving and Nor warding Lernhants, BELIZE, BRITISH HONDURAS, Will fill orders for any of the product. o the Tropics, receivel F and forward with dispatch 11 linds of Masinery and articled of Merchandise, to any port in British Hondurss, Oautemala, tpanish tonduras, or suN of the Central American States. Messrs. GALBREAT A PUTNAM, Agents, No. 4 Peters street, formerly Front Levee, New Orleans. O PLANTERS AND MERCHANTS- 50 dozen CANE KNIVESof thebest pattern and quality, For sale low at A. ROUSSET'S Hardware Store,17 Old Levee street, Opposflte Customhouse. I . .INES .......... E... E......... ... WLES. SPARKLING AND STILL CATAWWBA. From the celebrated Manufactory of ZIMMERMAN A CO., Successors to LONOWORTII A ZIMMERMAN, CINCINNATI, OHIO. -TnESC WIFES ARE Equal to Any and are Surpdaled by None. The Trade, Hotels and Private Families supplied in quan 'JNO. W. NORRIS & CO., No. 52 Canal street, New Orleans, TO COTTON PLANTERS SJdUST RIECEIVED-500 lots Scale BEAMS-2IE pounds. is 31.. ... S) . -I ..0 ... I ) 5)J .. .. .. 00 S.For Is'lo lby A. ROUadEF., hlardware Store, No. 17 Old Levee. I S NIDRIE U.......................R... IES To ar.ie per st I m dip Gei. Crmnwell : 21.5K Bags ihb.ct INDIA RICE. 2- 2, BaU,,. JAVA ('tOFFEE. 10 Casks SAL SO1DA. I1 Barr'-s COPPERAS. ') Packages BRANDY, PORT and SHIIERRY WINE, I and IIOLLAND GIN. F Pcrtea:nilc p MIisiiipp : 25 Barrel TABRLE SALT in pockets and bags. ,5 Ca.en TABLE SALT in bhxes. i FirOkin cl, ,iei OlORIEN BUTTER. For ale at the very lowest prices for Lash by S R.B1IdEAKLEY & CO., Corner of Poydra.t ad TcNlliopolao streets. rid J. Ir. Ii. IIE BEN, COTTON GINNERY. 881........... Tehoupitotlas Street ...........881 Hacks, t contlain cotton in sed, ftrnighed to Planters and p i Commission M]erchnuts free of charge. Highest price paid in cash for cotto n aeed Box for nrders 1t6 Gravier street. It I'ogat-oficebox 1916 o STORA E ............ ........B TORA E. R. R. LONGLEY, JOHN M. PUTNAM-SELTA WARUS HOUSE, fronting on Frontsand ew Levee, btetween r EGitedd Lafayette streets. E The above Warehouse, now being thoroughly replsed with newoors, et., we will c e prepared to nmalte storp foe P Flour, Corn, Oats, Wheat, sBran, B0gigg and Rop, and all kinds oI Merchandlse. LOONLEY & O. Refer t-S. o. & T. A. Nelson, R. Bleakley & Co., Violett, Block & Co.. J. S. Wallts & Cto. . G. Garner, Patton & Dug gan- Conway & Bro. Lloyd R. nl-m-n. TIIE]RE IS NO SURE IL REMEDY GREY JACKET BITTERS, --r ORT- COMPLAINTS INCIDENTAL TO HOUSEHOLD GOODS, hid INA, oth CROCER, o CRYSTAL, GLASS AND HARDWARES, ETC., ETC. E. F. nIOTON, 1 7. .......... .. ....... R oy l Street ....... .......... BETWEEN BIENVILLE AND CUSTOMHOUSE. An immense assortment oI GOODS, selectedy Mr. Mioton dENGLAND, FRANCE, BELGITUM, d GERMAN.I, AUSTRIA. BOHEMIA, it And the United 8tates. For stile, WHOLESALE and BETAIL, at the lowest Market prices. NOTICE ............................ .. NOTIC.E. The ,ntStlled business of A. GLENN & CO. will he at Stended to by the uuderslgned, or bl GLENN, CHALMERS & CO., 138 Gravtiler street. A. GLENN. STOBACCO NOTICE. f All TOBACCO Inspected and Stored in the Cumberland aWarehouse, remaining on hands, is now storedin the Hun tAtter Street Warehouse. It1 Setemtbit hoG. H. M. HAYS, Inspector. - ROPOSALS FOR WOOD. he Seled prI tals are invited and will be received at this ofl e until 1. o'clock t.. on FRIDAY, October 2. 1SG, for the dlivery of t,*0 cords Woad in the it of New Orleans. e The Wood will be sujectto careful inspection before accepted, and moat be good merchatable hard wood, of tAhe bra quality. Bidd will be accepted for not less than 50 cords. Thebilityof the bidder to fll his agreement must be gnaranteed by two responsible persons, whose sliniltures C u. t be appended to tie tiarantei . Tthe respnnsiblity of the D arntor must ib shown by the oe eial certificate of the Clerk of the nerest District Cot urt, or the U. S. District At torney. TheI'pod msrt be delivered at the rate of not less than rO 0 e ds per month, at the option of the Clief Qa.rter T lie Gvernment r the righto reect any or All bids. Bid will be Inoorsed "ProposalA for Weood," and addressed It. Liest. ol E. J. Stng. A. Q. M., New Orltans, La. By order of Col. D. . SWTELLEf Chief Qnrtermastder Department of ttit Gulf E. J. STREAN, Brevet Lteut. Colonel. Assistant Qoart rmptter. TMA.1Y PEmSONS .AFFLICTED d --WITH- LOSS OF APPETITE, WAKEFULNESS AT NIGHT, -OR ss" &kM, other ]Evidence of n Enfeebled Stomach, C. Will ined Certain Relief by a regular use of GREY JACKET BITTERS, . . _ Vhieh are fursle RTver, where. (ED. o. PALMEIt, JOS. W.LL,) --Importers ot and Wholesale and Retail Desintnlea 'm. Llberl advances made onc.:nslgnmeaut of Cotton and otter produce to my fdeede, Arch, Edr.Istou & Co., Liverpool. in L. M. MERRITT, 17.0arende!et street, -__ AMUSEMENTS. - MAIONIC.C DIESS AND REGALBA M N ALL, To be Olvon at the MASONIC HALL, Thur.da.y, Dec. , 1860, L BY CONCORD CHAPTER No. 2, R. A. M. W. I. P,,kLin,. B. W. G. M., J. Q. A. Pellas, M. W. P. I. NI., Samuel 31. Todd, S. W. 0. S. and W. P. 0. 25., Henrys i gnbug 0. H. P., H. R. Ssvaey, P.11 H.P. H. P Buckkisy, D. 0. H. P., T. A. A n Morn, S. SI. Brown, HB.r T. Hay,, Sam.el Levy, b. ,,InOIan , C. F. Wood, t, T.IbI IT; . L. ,d rt, I . C. H. J. Aooney. L. J. IIIWttii. H W. 5t S55 51 SMith Mross, R . H. Oeroell, P Rican, Ni . LICy e, ,Ii E. M i R ishS, R. L. Bruce. W. B. FLODn, P.Yilliams, J Kllett, FIed. doly Iind, Hirsm No,55th -RECEPrIOA COnYIMTB- Win. McDnF. Thos. Orlpps, Wrm. B. Whitaker, James E. Mclalh. Robert E. Diamond G W. est, T.N.Beurbdnk, A. E.dl.llogs, H.:Bret., T. Carroll. --rLOon rln~crns- -Is.pP. bIIiCIr, P Iyos. Bbe, .W Felix "I, George aldy, nscar Clll dskl, Lewis Slnedr, J.DII Slerany., G. . T.B.Chldes, S. J. Flato TIc.ets 05; to be bIed oS any oI the MnLngLsy D Aol.Nstln for Lydie. Invlttls maA be to any of the Managers. Recepton Cmmitee or Floor Managers. No Lady wil bES admitted without at invitation card. No tickets will be aola at the door. ARLIETIEA THEATER-ORLEANS STREET. W. R L. YD................................... From this date, the doors .ill open at 7it o'clock, and the overture commences at is. o.clock, Tuesday Evenolop·. Octber 28, 1866, Will 1;811peated,, Boueicwolt'e One comedy of the IRISH HEIR E recr toede on its former re eseentation ith great apprabation. Percy Ardenlt, SIr. w Ptr .lord ; . F nomln Daventry, MIr. A. D. Bradley: Major Fuse, Mr.01 . W. Flake; Siir W'm. Gttnnmurs. Mr. L. iforrlenn ;Norah Menton with ballad "Kathleen ta~a;,or, an." Mrs. F. S. (:hanf en; Huon. AIIENRIET g AND on; CIIaiLPA-NEi BAUDQUEIby S Nelie T O ylor UB.clu -. CIIALE ST MisL oss BIEoo. and piya lng eld SefonC. in cIIr"I. Boiuiig ult'ilY Nigiose omedy entitled HOW SIAE LOEVES H iIIM. OheLEAN THEATER-IORLEANS STREET. Lawrence r~e Lcb tnnie ..............................Manager. Taasday,- Oet.,lllr ?i, ,EGG. First tight of the new grand fume ly, ini three aeL- Nos Allies. IIE'RIETTE AE D CII.,IIdT- lyNEW VA REDEVLLE, in O(ne Actt C/,1 LADE--u OF U 1 SIC--ST. CHA~RLES ST. SPALDIN~G &r BIDWELL~.......Proprietors and Managers. PebI orming ev1,55 NighSh suit n iCSIIary SaIC The New CoFlossarl Troupe. T1he 1 ollowit well knln Per1lrmcrs ore Aportion og the lew Engagmlents 'N.r t Ie Acd 1my's NEW MVARIETY COLMPANY, and ' ill TP e their DppcI,,,e in tldail.i, with tI, Li/Ie Lampeny olrYAII, RI/ minua A hi .iia ca0e 'dl.n ..1 EVENING, Oct. .S L I., and every eveRNn durring the weeck. ,lle hCOSTA. i rom Europe, Premiere DanVeuiCeli lle MAAltIABARTOOC'INI, froim Europe, Mezzo Soprano Fong ,tress; tbeBCILTOP RISEEER , DOdeuaes .it PautNmim its: Miii LNIZ Il WALT,, R:idTe-,PII Actress and DIn ,cu-I, IiM IICMY WELLS and Miss, JUIAII WESTER ND PanoimiEtiS and DCIense, ; T Ir. BIOd HUART, the I reat. IrEDliGen ad Putarirnllt; JOHNNY TOMPOON, CoSk I'antoutuimist, thle he-t Singer and Dancer in the world. Ry",g, B4M. CALi,, RoUP E oFe, IrIriIL ComedTAI and isib Iince,; SI. A. 1MIgTITH, rnt EuriliiierFsile Cimel disn and S, ,Ih S BILL l REEVE Albd 1THOMAS POLANiD, F'th~:ir pis Cumedian., anid Gieneral Perfmcrrs Mns. LA THORN, . (:clernl Perlllme, anid Stagie . ·!-gqr; the JlIhCO BROT)TiEKIS, Daring Acrobats anld Gymuaets; Mlr. R. GEORGOE, Gymnlsrt. Geojrlrge R. be Louie's TROUPE OF HIGHLY TRAINED DOGS. The abo ve Star Art xtF, tugs, b. r w~th the lild Favorites, will fora n large, organization ,Lau ev, r was presented to a New Orleans public before; and it is confident-y expected will meet with their great appreeilati.. And patronage. Each entertainment will present the w~hole coimpany in a tbriinnt ..it artistic programmle. ST. CHARLES THEATER-ST. CHARLES BT. Proprietors ..................BEN DE BAR & E. EDDY. Tuesday Evenin., Oct. 23, 1568. Owin to the continued preparations for the Great Drnmaof BELPI EGOR, and the urgent desire of many patrons for a t repetition of the Rag Piekter, it will he presented titdsfgvenin. Mr. E. EDDY In his great ,peciality of the CHIFFONIER, received upon Saturday evening swil the Wildest Enthusiasm. Also, th G Historical Drama of Robert Emmet, TSE MARTYR OF IRISH LIBERTY. E. L Tilton la. ........Robert Emmet] To-morrow Evening-First ime in New Orleas-i EL THE MrECHANICS' AND AGRICULTURAL FAIR ASSOCIATION OF LOUISIAIrNA. The irst GRAND FAIR of this Association will Stak pnlace on the FAIR GiROUNDS, CITY OF NEW ORLEANS, Commencinhg on Tues.day, BOth of November nest. Inventors, manBfacturers, ngrcultts, Mine stock raisers and others, from any portion of the Unlited Stats desirous of being represented in this industrial exhibition, can obtain fall in formation by addressing the toicers of the ascriastion. I. N. MARES, 'resident. Lcu.ER HOrts, Secretary and Treasurer. C. HI. S LOCOun, Chairman of the Committee on Fair Grounds CRESCENT CITY BIUSEUMT- 40 A.n o SST. CH.RLFS ST., OPPOSTE St. CHARLES IHOTEL. Open from 8 A. till 11 P. . Daily. . W. SCIIAFFER.........................ANAGER. SThe Museum bouildlng has been refitted and enilarged at a5 enormous expense, expressly for the Curiosities to be exhibi ted therein. OVER TEN TOUSBAND CURIOSITIES, comprising Wild Beasts, Birds, FishesH, Insects, Minerals, Paintings, Coins, Belies of the Revolution and wonderful things from every part of the known world, will be there found on exhibi , tion. In coinnection with the above curiosities, AMES'S GREAT TRAVELING MENAGERIE, consisting of African Lions, Tiers, Leopards, Kangaroos, Baboons, Birds, Etc., tI ill be daily on exhibition, together with celebrated Chinese SJugglers and Artists, who will perform wonderful and daring feats tn Knife Throwing, Etc. the intrepid LA BELLE LOUISE and her Performing Animals will dily add to the attractions of the tIuseum. Admission 50 cents; Children G cents. The Crescent City Museum will open Wednesday, Oct. 10th. PRESSES AND COT'ON GINS. COTTON GINS ...........C.....OTTON INS. EMERY EROS' PATENT STAR n d CottEon Gins ad ConCenser,.f t . For sale by LVE CRAS. E. WYNNE & CO.,, Ir58 Carondelet street, New Orleans. he QTARO COTTON PRESS-(EIRE PROOF) t L- tile siurte bounded by New Levee, Tohoupttouls, Rae and Orange streets, hlaving a nn Improved Tyler Press, er- Will receive Cotton on Storage aod for Cormpiresein. Ship. iments proptly attedod.d to. F. J. HERREN. ot tarondelet street, New Orleas. e Ordrboxes at Great Routhern and \estern InsnranceO C., eornerCarnndielet tod LCo oini streeod MIeCluskey, Mason t , Coa.s, 6l1i Gragior .treat; No. 14 Caronelet, street. PENN'S COTTON PRESS. (FORMERLY UNION COTTON PRESS.) On Terps.tehore street, Between Tehoplitolns and Peter, street, OFFICE I GACRONDELET STREET, NEW ORLEIANS is now prepared to receiove Cotton on storage, and for oo .-tncn'. PENN & SIMMONS, Propriitor T ClRSJIUIlG COTTON PRESS, v Bsanded by LEVEE, CALLIOPE, GAIESNIE and the YIVER, IItIlman As Ronnano, Proprietors. New Orleans, in-Orders Deft at the Prce Curren!. Omen, No, 151 Grotler street t or it o. B inanot offie. No. E Olinton street, will have imFrtdlCtP aNtent.on. C OTTON GINSI ..............OTTON GENM TAYLOR, BROWN EAGLE. SOUTHERN, 1GMOR7 N CRAVEN, McCDATY Eptoallor Cotton bNsu, With EngBls., B.ere Powers and everything otmplettfo, iotinng, asld ready for Immdtieti ,hlont,. ws~trhti Fy JOEN B. FULLR.B, the aNo. S DRY STREET, NEWYOUR TI E PIII N3m2PI)1YY OP MdXLdTRA9GE- as delivered it tle O',,iN York ,, itlnon i ti 3 iiosenm , 61' trond I aL , ew York , ct beha:t d in t New o )riotI ;tt Sir.F. e Kellrt A i ioytl itro.Yl iYrlcs 5 a,nl...snt free by post anywhert SUNI}RIES. ENGLISH SAUCES....ENGLISH SAUCES. C Jost received by steamer MIfeRsaippI-An invoice of ERG LISH SAUCES, put up by Cross & Blackwells, London, conlistlingof: Oriental CHUTNEY, Bengal CH UINEY, Musbroom KETCHUP, MU Walnut KETCHUP, BeefSteak AUCE, John Bull SAUCE, Harvey SAUCE, Reading SAUCE, Co Shrimp PASTE, Anchovy PASTE, Carry POWDER. For sale by W.H. H. ENNISOG CO., 1 95 and 97 Camp street. 1 RA ISI.x.......... CUas TS........ CITROn . Just re:e:ved by teasmer Mariposa, from New York: 50 boxe1 Layer RAISINS, new. 29 5 casks Zante CURRA TS, new. 2 ease, CITRON, new. 122 5 bblS. Soft Shelled ALMONDS. 5 bbis. Engllsh WALNUTS. 5 bbls. PILBERTS. For sale by W. I!. HENNING & CO., .5 and 97 Camp street. p_ A. CHEESE...............E. D. CHEESE. 9 To arrive by steamer George Cromwell, from New York: 50 boxes Pine Apple CHEESE. 40 boxes English Dairy CHEESE. For saleby W. I. HENNING A CO., 193 and 97 Camp street ROE HERRINGSI.......ROE HERRINGS. To arrive by steamer Cubs, from Baltimore: y 10 kits Potomac ROE IEERRINGS. 50 halfb bls. Potomac ROE -HERRINGS. 5 5 5quarter bbla Putomac ROE HIERINGS. For sale by W. IH. IIENNING A CO., 55 an 97 Camp treet. E C IIA'IPAGNE ........ ...... HAMPAGNE. Just received by steamer Miisippi: 3) cases MUNI'8 YERZENAY, quarts. , ca .es .MU\IMS VERZENAY, pints. For sale by W. }I. IENNING & CO., d, 95 and 97 Camp street. BOKESI'S BITTER S, RUSSIAN KIMMEL, ETC., ETC. Just received by steamer Missar,,pi, from New York: 30 boxes Boker's BITTERS. 2 boxes Russian KIMMEL. For salo by W. 1. HENSING & CO., 95 and 47 Camp Creet 'C RANBEARIES.......E.. CLANBEIRIIES. on e- Just received by steamer St. Louis, from Boston: 20 barrels CRANBERRIES. lie For saleby W. II. HENNING t& CO., 95 and 97 Camp street. :N, BITTERS......BITTERS ......BITTERS. ANGOSTURA BITTERS. d For .ale by W. H. HENNING & CO., ,- 95 and 97c Camp 5treet. La BUTTER ............ BU......-"....... uTTER. GOSIIEN BUTTER In firkios, half Orkins and 25 pound pkgs. WESTERN BIITTER- In Bfirkins and tubs or sale by T..F. WALKER & FLOYD, to Nos 6 arne C Gravier street.ro BUCKWREAT......BEEF....PIGS' FEET. BUCKWHEAT, in barrels, boxes and kegs. Fulton Market BEEF, PIGS FEET, DRIED BEEF. MAIZENA, CORN STARCII and STARCH. For saleby T. F. WALKER & FLOYD, Nos. Wand Ds Gravier street. , SUNDRIS ............ ..........UNDRIES, Canned FRUITS and PRESERVES--ali ies. PICKLES--alf allens, quarts and pints. BRANDY FR ,..lS--assorted. B HAVANA CIGARS, CHAMPAIGINEI CRUSIIED SUGAR, SALMON. T sl by . F. WALKER & FLOYD, Nos. C and d mGrvier street. ETHELL E THOMAS, WESTERN PRODUCE -an Commisslou Merchants, 105 POYDRAS STREET. L AR D .....................................LAR D. 1 dirces CUhce Leaf. In store and for sale by ETHELL K TIIOMAS, 105 Poydrs street. BACON ....................................BACON. 50 casks Clear and Rib Sides. SInstore and for sale by ETHELL & THOMAS, 105 'oydras street. S OR K ............. . .................. ... OR K . 30 barrels Choice Mess. a0( .. Prime .. In store and for sale by ETHELL & THOMAS, 105 Poydras 1treet. BUTTER........ . .............BUTTER. 150 firkins and tubs Western. In store and for sale by ETHELL THOMAS, . 105 'oydras street. FLOUR .................................FLOUR. s40 barrels Grey Jacket XXX Family. 1 E .,. Saxo . Mi .ll .. .. 100 BellelO .. e Star .. .. 101e Center Stnar..S . 800 .. Doule i xtra,. .e 200 .. Singe Extra ,00 .. SAperine. S200 . i1 Branded-High Grde. In store and for sale by ETHELL & THOMAS. o 105 PoydrasO street. WHITE CORN MEAL. • 500 barrels Choice Kiln-dried, Warrsanted. In store and for sale by ETHELL & TDOMAS, 105 Poyd-as street. TOBACCO ............................ TOBACCO. 60 Caddiea--embraciRg "Chllenge Navy." "Old Dominon," "A. A. A.," "Grape Jnl.," 'Peach Blossom," Natural Leafs, ote. In store and for sale by ETHELL A THOMAS, 106 I'o dras street. R ECEIVED ................. RECEIVED. Per steam.hip GoorgeI Wasington, from New York: 5 bbls. BUCKWHEAT, in pockets. 50 qr. bbls. 50 kegs 50 boxes ,25I fik IN choice NVellow 0oshn BUTTER. 0 cses Judd's Patent CANDLES, put up in fancy boxes. Ip. 20 ases extra fine Imperial TEA, in 2 S tiR canisters, put Ip for fauilty se. 20 csaes extra line G unpowder TEA, in 2 i tin canisters, put up for .amiy u.,e. In streao forsali by C sRRIERE A LOGAN, Corrnr Bienville alid O'n Leaee streets. S ROKRSO TOBA .(. ROANOKE GOLD LEA, of the brands "Maryland Club" (the fnest Smoking Tblobacc ill America) Iand "NLt. o o I'ERIINO, SWENSON & CO., 48 Carondelet, corller Palion. R OPE AND TWINE. 31) 3Coil Mclu,, ROPE. INtr 40 F'Ikages laIslng TWINE. nova In store and (or sale by ETIIELL S TIHOMAS, 105 IYovtlra, street• C EWSED FIRUI'TS .AND FIERES!L CVI OYSTERS, just rrcsved per .x-steamer Liberty, from BN H1t, illire- :1.EN r. bei Mann FCo.'s FrFls cOE OVSIFERS. 1 m ailn. 1(61 D ).. . C) or O(y o 1n' 1 ,e IPEACHSlll 2 1bcans. 710o S'r WIt I, RItII -S l. cans. Il. .. 1,AC.IR Elt tIt I E I e.nI., 11lo . WIIOR"t'LEIIGIIIIES. 2 p, alns II Now instore,, and for s.aloy t. A. SEL, L co N,, IT Na,,rb. m strr," F LOUR ....... ..... ......L................ FLOUR SCELERRATED CLARgSVILLE CITY IILLS FLOUII. E- Tllel lt in market Trh ,,Own rn-emlbe r tlh, f.lr rite I'brand bef.re the w.ar, n S s be oured it b, o loIt none of its B. M. TUR1NBULL 4 CO., 9 Union street. L LOTTERIES. CAPITAL PRIZE, 5040000. KENTUCKY STATE SINGLE NUMBER LOTTERY. MURRAY, EDDY h CO......................MANAGERS. CoviDatoD. ES., as Clas H. October Both. SCHEME: 1 prze f.......... . 2 la s..................... 20,00 I rz of............ 8,9W I ..................... 6 960 I re of........ 1.... 0 8160 ,33..... ............ 8,000 I rz of.......... 4,002 re....... ............ 9000 prz of............150 f....... 100 ae................... 29.000 635 prizes of.......... 600 are .................. 3.500 155 prizes of........... 300 are ................... 46.600 APPROXIMATION PRIZES: 9 approximation prizes of $500 ech for te nine r maining unit, of the emus ten of th numer $,50 drawing the $60,000 prizear.......... 9 approximation prizes of $360 eah for the Dine re maining units of the same ten of the number drawing the$20,000prize w................. ..··· 2,700 9 approximation prize, of $250 each for the nine re maleiog unite of the same tett of the number drawfog the $83&50 prize of.................... 2,250 9 approximation prizes of $200 each for thle nine re maining units of the same tea of the number 80 drawing the $8000 prize are ............... · ,0 9 approrf mation prizes of $100 eah for the nine re maloing mnite of the came ten of the nulmbers drawing the $4l500prize, er......···.... .·.. 900 9 approximation prizes of $100 each for the nine re maislog unit, of the ame ten ofthe numbers drawing the $4,600prizes are .................... 900 527 prizes amouning to ................··...........$7000 Whole Tikets, $18: Halves, $9; Quarters, $150; Eiglhth,, $2 25: sixteent& $1 15 "Prize.Payable la Full Wifthout Hedoetloo. Orders for Tickets In this Spiendld Scheme will he carefully answsered by ret,.ro maril, and thle drawings sent withl an ex planation of the reluwt of each investment, as see. as the drawning is oer. Addlress CHAS. T. HIOWARD, Licensed Dealer, _No 40 Camp street, or Luck Box 692 Post Office, New Orleans. ICR- NM N REMOVALS. i. --oEIO -' . --- REMOVAL ......... ...A........E.... OVA.L. HARVEY, McMAIION & CO., Cotton Factors and Com mission Merchants, have removed their Omce to 122 Caron- a delet street. R EMOVAL .......................REMOVAL. m We have removed our Ofce from No. 47 to No. 12 Caron- ,h delet street. STEWART S BRO. REMOVAL ....................REMOVAL. We have this day REMOVED Into our new omce, NO. 116 CARONDELET STREET, (Up Stairs.) KERN A SHEARER. Nesw Orleans, Oct. 11, 1566. REMOVAL ...........................REMOVAL. FALLS, ALLISON & CO., from No. 99 agazine street to No. 192 GRAVIER STREET, between Carondelet and Ba I ronne streets. FALLS. ALLISON & CO. REMOVED.........................REMOVED. SCHMIDT & ZEIGLER have removed to Nos. s9, 51, 53 Sad 55 NEW LEVEE STREET, opposte Natches Alley. REMOVAL .......................REMO VAL BIDWELL, PAYNE & CO. Have removed to Nos. 33 and 35 Thoupitouas street, and have in store and to arrire a large and well selected assort mentAor GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS for sale astre sonable prices. REMOVED.... ......... .... RE OVED. SOULE'S COMMERCIAL COLLEGE AND TELE GRAPH INSTITUTE has been removed to the Commodlou. Bullding Ne. 80 andS82 Camp street, corner of Natchez. Open daysandsevenng. This Is a tU course, Commercial or Busl ess Collage, in all its departments sa rdct. This Institution hae just been refuruished, the course of tn tructdis extended; Banks and StreA eoneced, where money . is received and paid; goods actually bough ad sold, the books rebmlarly kept, and all the attendant duties of the Mer chant, Book keeper, Correspondent and lerk, are practically performed by thie student. All persons interested in Commercial Education are respect full invited to visit and examine the merits and advantages of his old and popular institution. For circulars alU at the NoOee, or address A ;EORGE SOULS, New Orleans. EOT. A. UARTLIETTE. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW, Has Removed his Office to 09 C.asp Ateet.e, Up SstnlM. R ..MOVAL--H. WILLIAMS, WATI:HAMAKER AND - Jeweler, begs leave to intorm his friends and patrons tse h ehas removed hisstore from No.7 C5aptsrees to No. It I Carondelet street, (third house above Poydras st.£et,) where h will keeS a fine stock ofgoods. ThnAkiA g his frieds and cus. tamers for past favors, he would respectfully sollcit a contin uance or their patronage All repairs on Watches, Clocks and Jewelr will be done in thebestworkmanlikemanner an guaranteed. REMOVAL ........................REMOVAL L have Aremoved my office to No. I UNION STREET. WM. E. LEVERICH. New Orlean, August 27, 1866. SECOND JUSTICE'S COURT GEO. H. BRAUGHN--Jdge. JOHN C. KUZAC-Constabl. The above Court has been removed to the cornerA of c mercal plas and St. CharlOe straeet.L Entranco--2 Comsmer otal Place. FIREPROOF SAFES. FIRE PROOF IRE ROOF SAFES MaNvin's Patent, Nae Yor.. Alum and Dry Plaster, Fire, Burglar aud Damp Proof SAFES. The superiority o these Safes Is almost universaslly acknowl edged, as they are the only kind that never lose their proo f qualltles. Forsalesby H. LEGENDRE, Agent, Safes removed at short notice. 142 Greetr street THE GREAT AMKERIsCAN SAFES. TEN YEARS AHEAD OF ALL OTHERS. MADE OF HEAVIER WROUGHT IRON-THICKER O FIRE-PROOF FILLING-WEIGHS 20 - CENT. MORE. -Ac- Elegtstiy made and S1nished. Cost no more than the old .t1le. ou see themver. 5whFrah SPLENDID HOUSE SAFES, For the safe keeping of Jewelry, Plate, etc. Elegantly made with Marble Top, etS, ornamental as well as useful. Sold by JOHN W. NORRIS & CO., 52 Canal street, New Orleans, Agents for the South PAINTS, OILS, ETC. I A. woODs. HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTER, Gilding, Graining and 3nrblins. Olazlng, Whitewashin g and Wall Coloring. 107 Customhouse Street, (Near Royal street,) New Os,.ANs, IT. - M. TODD b CO., DEALE. C IN ARTISTS Canvas. Fine Colors and Tools, Gold, Silver and Ooppse Loaf, BronssM, ATS. OILS, VARNISHES, SLASS, A BRUSHES, Etc,. 1O. 7O Maraline Street, O)e don Obnve Podr." STATIONERY, PAPER, ETC. E . TEXVE E 8OUB,. S" EI. S. STEVENS, W. E. SEYROCI.) -nanssua Iw Paper, StatIonery, and Faney eed NoS. O and 98 Common street, opposite the Oity Hotel _sw oaLlnS. E. e7. PFALSEER b 42C.. lED. 0. PALMER. JOSEPH WILD,) Wholesale Dealers to Paper, EnvselopeS and l Ras, o. 113 Grvlier street New Orleans, Lo a AIUCTION SA LES THIS DAV. A LARNE AND PEREMPTORY SALE OF ELEGANT PFN NIavband 10 s nlloreOS. Elsggat Nsodls 11o.re, FinP he Work Molo-, Fine 5ilh Coo., oggles, EegISot Brett HyA..s, Wsgonl, etc., etc., at sactlo BY MONTQOMERT * It"O., T R. N. Notrooresay, Aaetlonear Om6e-O Cesp street T UEBDAY. Oetobtr 23. at 11 0'Boler A stn a.,at P. LIts'. Sltablo, (shalestreet, .wib sld C.O Elegant m0t5h Hors.b Elegant Saddle Hones. A Fine Work ulers. Sbne . lch Coo.. Also--Ton ad Open Buggies, Elegnt Brett,, BHam. Wagons, ate. g To. ,-Cath iS L. S. Tps..ss NotsS pUENITURE........PORITURE ........FURNITURE BY EONPOMEY k BEOL, EL. M.o o 33oar, AosdkSI. m UE~Da Y, --oettnbar P sR L 311 .'leloe A. 1 TM Eat the iP Au OanMas 8AOISOX 57 n il ead- . t A Sneed ·Isortmengt S, MO'BEHOLD FUBNITIPE, seen ArmewaeLtads Y~honruna Walnut lnat Tsta sg h s alvat W.Oa ota, Side 8 Tr nchýP dtt Bi marble ul. d~r~u, Iteeh F trews,, Engravingssa PedntIngs,(laok lora oyee an Uttwtlsba..betUOtIRsso" of ..s.0o well.tt sd boat 1 bogs Siarsse of Olittng. Bads. S.ns sad Wooa S. WANTED. 11IIT ErD-TWO GOOD CISTERN MAKERS. , None Nother need apply l The b eh t wage psis. ad S Ostedy emUlosmens.PUt iStc ood sobeeeamen. pprto J.T. SFoarlandkCo.,I ib Camp street. s AUNaTED-A ChILD'S NURSE. AND A WOMAN i7 to Cook, Wash and Iran, for a smelt family# Pone need apply unless they can come well recommeude4,d App y i142 Crmtdeet street. NSIANTED-A SITUATION-BY A COMPETENT B SookkOeepr .who canO Prtnibh the bet ecoommndations - to tSpOCit and lId.itp to the Iotn.Stor ofs ,somployer. I AddresFP. P1 B., Ca. Crescent gEcsO. WANTEflCCAO VASSING AGENTS. BOTH MALE and frsemale, are clearing from $367 tO S1 r month SosthesS hi-lo'o of the Aar, Poomplte n in5 e boI volume, with twenty-roar fine ,reelportraits. This waork uoi selis x1so.hera ecer publisbhd. To energetic maln sad oomsn, end disabled ofiers and oodieds, and .oIdlero' w1,,00, a rar chaebosOdlleSd to mOOk 0Y. Address J. IS. ti mel, ao.lisher, No. 9 Bok Plac0, or 50 Camp street, New Orleans. FOR RENT. FOR REST-TAO FISST.CLASS DWELLINGS IN OthS 0forth istorict. GILMES, HOPKINS A CO., 16 Gnlnon street. REts2s050 for one: On-50 for the other. L OIR ENT-OFFICES TO RENT-O PPLY TO F000 TONE, VANCE Sr CS., 3 Cosondel,. text, (up stals.) F' OR RENT-ONE THOUSAND 1000b ACRES OF .LoooI uimporlcO~d LoO pooioPY lo 000 blgblioCRSpl005 sisoolsIjOa in the parish obp oAvoolle, one B you O fpoOmO-rl, op und0r 0 good fence asd ,ell ditehbl. There are sl~ty 1,ob1o eoe oss the plus1 a presoot-tLO. Lessee may bire by opplyiso in time. A.le. for soll-P'i to esen Ibhoousand bolhe, of co ss, snyob thousod poouds odder,. and Ioroip.Ss Splendid I. mules, !arming uten5ils, ec. For pTISOPO150,500dress TI ION.5. PEFITIS, Ensgoosen P. 0., Avoyelle., Io. FOR RLENT-A VEEP DESIRABLE DWELLING Ihouse, trnished, in a quisetand respectable nelghbor b- hood. The booaoe h00 00 rooms, kitoheo, store-room and w sh honeo. The reot wil be moderate to a god lenant In solpre at No.13 Laurelstreet, betwesenlelicity road and SL Mlary street. L. R RFXT-FRJ THF FIRST O OCTOBER 1` Tlireo foor,. with, tcn feolee n~ces, o ore flA Common street. bsetweeo Io-ljoO5O15L'dl tamp t-t. Apply to D. MOLiRAN. Brober, 116 88SCommon street. FOR -SALE. D TLOK SALE-OiNE HALF INTERP.EST IN THE FI. AAKiC'ILLE VILLAGER newpaper. Price, $15. cosb with privilege of buying it Iback within three years. at sane price withoet n erst The buyer mult he anactive 2 partner. a.d in politiesa .noouilanian. FrolIsof the bnsies l r the last twelve mntbI . t $1p1. Apply diret the edito 1ll soand proprietor at marksille. La., or o is geuts in rew Or eeos ]esarn E. E. Overeall T o., 143 Common street. 51 OO T SALE--THE FOLLOWING DESIRABLE Ssteamers wll bhe soi t a lw price to ffect liqdation- Steam Propeller L CILLE, is A No. I, thres ears old, 1 )1 tons. carries 4500 rrels, and hns acnommodation f1or 5e 0 pasengers, well lound in every respect1 and ready tor any work. 1 Steam Tgbo at SoNFLOWER, tha beat boat on the river, two yearsold. in perfect order and condition great power, D ,cylinder36a36, and not hard on fuel-ready. Steam WIINR center wheel, used as St. Louis - ferry boat and towpboat, perfectly adapted to both purposes, tI perfect condition hull and machinery just overhaded regard lees of expense-readyy. For Curther particlarse apply to P p Carondelet, corner Iravler street, at IOR SALE OR REN T--ONE OF TEE FINEST Plantations in the Stat of Loisiana tuated in the Parish of St. James, seventy miles above . ew Orles. Thegreat advantage of th pace is In being entirely free from overpl. The water of no crevasse has as yet come withineghtyarpentF e of the river. A b e in the levee a mile above or below, in the highest water, would not inre it. There are abot 70 acreso of Icleared lands, P rfectIy drained, and have already ee undareu ltitin. TeI above place is nat snrpassed by any in the State for fertility of oil (which I. 81 ll light) and for good quality of sgar. The hpidingi are n, aperfeet state of repair, viz: A fine two-story dwellins house, with all the out buildings belonglP covered in slate, and two large stables p Thee tl now onthe lRnce 140 arpent of plnnt caOead 20 Irpend s of ratoon PP, op over tl0 bbla. HaX crop., nearlyin, and ample for 50 mules Hogsheads, wooa etc, ready for the crop. I Prites wishing to purchase or rent will do well to ell im mediately and see for themselves, as the present stop will he n SFor.ur ther infRmatiol apply to ARTHUR THIBIAUT, N No. 7 POetes street, between Customhouse aud DKienvfle. LOST--STOLEN-FOUND. I LOST-FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF NEW OH . lea, N.ew rleans SepIT. Il, I--Notice is herseb give that CERTIFICATE o 1,45 ,1 this Bank, for Fifty Share of Stck in the nam p lordot Gran lgerH dated July 1286, h - laving been lost or mislaid, application has been made to the Bnk fr the Isse of another l.u its stand. F D. B. FORBES, Cashier. T OST-IN THE STATE OF ALABAMA--THE FOL p SlowingdescribedCertifiteaesof CanCal Bank Stock--d Certificate No 2t4, dated Nov. 2I. 1860, Issued to W.P. MoIett for 55 shares stock. Certificate No. e330, dated June P. 1851, issued toW. P. Molette for t n shares stock. Notice i1 hereby ¢oven that appllcatlon has beeS made to the bank fornaw car tflcates, in the place of those lost. I JOHN U. MOIETY, Administrator of W. P. elett. deceased -Ix LIVERY STABLES. - CRESCENT STABILE~S DR. JOSEPH ELLIOTT, PorIETORPP. C SO and610......BARONNE STREET...... bO andB. 1 Hag purchaseed from ColE. . James Nelltm his Stables, T Nos. 0 ad 52 Baronnm street, between Common ant .rIvPr 11 streats I take pleasure to notify my friends and the public snerally.that I am lpreparedto receive on Lvery Horses and B -Mles and Boggies and CarrG as of all desert tlou, havinlP the FI~NEST AI. COOLEST TABLES IN THE SOUCPH, contalinn 120 Stalls gd the best Carriage Room in the city. A.o, havingnJut receiveda stable of Fast Horses and New P, BuPgieg I respetfuiIy invite my friend and the publi to call u and see or themselves. Also, a fine ring to exercises horses in the htabl. All sick hores altended to free of cbrge. d, JOSEPH ELLIOTT. PropPletor. fEIATTEESALLS STABLES. i No. 195 IRAVIER STREET, NEW ORLEANS, c1 HORSES AND BUGGIES TO HIRE. BOSSES KEPT ON LIVERY. PHILIP L MULm .............EULES............. FLU JoSt arrivedl rom Kentuly, 125 of the f..nat Tmu . brought to ths market. Planter, sa d mreama noew nn cf No. 1 stock will do wllt o caUl t once eta Baronne atr DR.E. .ELLIOTT, ' 71 Bp-1nn1 sadet, RP rpt1- too HARDWARE, CUTLERY, ETC. FOLER . & CO., (F. F. FOLGER, L. FOLGEN, W. H. THOMAS.) I Dealers In Hardware, Iron. Shlp Chandler, I I7 and 11 MagaMine Street, Opposite St. James Hotel, N. 0. Nails and Castings, Hoop, a Shet and Ear Iron, Shoael pnd Spade, Sheet Copper atd Sink, Plows, Axss and Hoo. Lead Pipe end Sheet Lead, India 1 bber, Betting, 0a5 andd Ppking,p Circus.r, Mill and Cross Cut Saws. HARDWARE AND SHIP CRLANDLER'S (ELLIS H. BOSTICK, FRANK W. SEYMOUI.) S BoetitEk .5 Sey.mor. Importers apd De - HEAVY AND SHELF HARDWARE AND CUTLERI STOVES, TIN WARE and TINNER'S TOOLS, BAR and SHEET IRON, TIN and TIN PLATE, nd SHEET COPPER,' ZINC, NAILS, AXES, CHAINS, SHOVELS, SPADES, HOES, LEAD PIPE, SHEET LEAD, GAS PIPE, BRASS WORK and PIPE FITTINGS RUBBER BELTING, HOpE and PAOKING, COTTON WASTE, Etc., CORDAGE, PS COTTON and FLAX DUCK, TWINES, HI OILS, PAINTS. LAMPS, LANTERNS, Eto AllKind ofSteamboat and RailRoadtdS.ppll . lI6 and 8 Fulton, S and l7 Front street, between Oravier and Poydrap . . WREITTT . CO., GENERAL COMMISSION, SReceilving and ForwardiP g P Mrerhant.., end Iardware AgPent., Noe. 5, 10 and 12 Peters street, corner of Croepman, iOpp site the Custom Howe.) New Orleans, La. plonlgmentepof IMerchandise, either for sale or *hlpmln will receive prompt and aretul attention. HARDWARE .....R... .HARDWARE, tH. J. MULLAN a CO., Wholesale DeBtiers HEAVY AND SHELF HARDWARE AND OUFTLER Agepnts for HOWE'S STANDARD SCALES. f1 Common street, Now Orleet,. FUTURE AUCTION SALES. FISE IIOSEWOOD, SA11OGANIIYAND WALNITHOUSB brill Furniture, at auctiona BY 3131tL1.IA1( A NAAR, 3. 10LltGtB, Aaetfda.r, OnceIttCrakr troat. 30lbm-.41., Oct. ? sb244t 30 Wller,. r t t the " widen 210 n0ttktss trseq +·sw Camp an i Chestnut street 30ll l mbe w ld: The antare cotets ofr said rsldemce, eonslethyr t ..r1 arcad, Armn trrs,, BreamWaabeandaTabl B debovdl· a n Broe~a and Veavt C lsrteis Shedee Cracker, and Giasawan, Finte. n Iuur, et., eta., tho e an .twTn K-.C- :akf Ha t O I $.Tras yaaarfntaa PEU821E2OR BALE-Pflt TWO-STONLY YRANZ MY NZLLISAE Al ASS. JAm ANuraAZ, Auctoneer, SATGAN&Y Oct. ltltL, at 1s 'deek I wIb·l~lbbss I 01;z a·L aat ie Istceats nd Ana so, lu Kept atn~t, brtwaan CawI9S and 00 tiroodleth ea No. d, mOutrdatlJ 1 °( al treefe, aeaaartngA tact tl laekess d twouses home ", street moo [ta s ak. two Boas Insepth se bhesaO1MLmsaa (L W* ¶D~~mnollh211-ORI 18·Ra41,..ls .015 tn 1.1. 1592. ~t.d05B·tbqs·ddsB..30. 'hOlsi n. Garden In FSont, *NA*. sý roam and thre bed rmomai sad iutn romsbt. roBE 30Th TW0, R3Cgts W ten wetessrocks W sad olmodpl Larg Seipias s~tebs t g' Rspttt--"O51.tt5. 15202, b tlsdm0t B55th-, t I wktt .IBSII1,.5o . ...Sy and 1,polic O,,204 .th cr ds.doeas lb 95f0th It. plveorOth oi0t 4 Mgol t uoid taar thg s yo - d chse wll bi e require tolp ol p5 YCtB u. OT. Act f 5aa .l 0 IO o.' t 5h 5.m VN Thehovse s, 99 t.IksoauoJ.1 an COOPER'S WCL.. o1 MLe S.DiN A.. ChotosIT2 abefrFatre 2IsS otatI Pots 2,Gnat .2402410. NT BY NELLWAN Ak ]TAB AvtioabunP'dait tdid times so,26 G1.e0,tet LE WLT. E BOr-D SOAXCLLMMATIEDT~ COOPER'S WELLS 00f . gch., Stah 11 the Wapoolansce tbersos, indodbl BtOdisga, BaE y9 ding. Bedate s. Linen, Cooking UtcaUIe r, eta Un le en, aammtndnt" 5W psre son ' The MIS~igJIYPI SPRINGS are siuated twomires fro gym Cooper's Wells. and fora college ar seminay off ggsnt Ed. ,ew vanages, hvtdg amle roomfor40o tudents The bulding are well covered and vadetplnncb The Bwdnasa t.son -the plA s maqnttin their giad lyqlublIO Yi.tiesW p5.tis T he Drcperty can by se at sa ay Lima tý opol TEfOd-ApplittllT hbl, 5r. IN l polo.B N SLE OF CLOTHIlG, Co MP AND p5A0 - BY H. U. V .N OLIsttst .r CtO. WogOP. S Aucti.eeS. U.SA. Once No. 28 Caronddet stree TO (/ONDt 950.1)0112 , O ,t b.a. Ioi A. TOE I. et he lrat waohaaee H e4Lerws ntt. betwee JOE E s1 d S J"'eq aDA rTa. In t. 50.1 d a om osdm t siitdh ea OF order of CoL C. G. Sawtelle U B. A. Chan*. QpoatrmaetU -all Deotbinme nd Gu-alt GrrisonEylsucion" alarge mount - iog, CAmp s O Eqtl potalb ,s"t I be tsotldonttls 1910 H Tents, 1229 at d Hels , 10s l otd s oi, Mess P ttA, HTst.551t Wnds lb odid Camp Kettles,~ ~ S~~~~ Shovel-, ckae d Hasdtea 515 spaohOS. 4HaIversacktdIi20tsss iuS ,. Pon. lea, 3losgaitoBare, Bedlecslo, rth t oasls 1.0 Trooherat Btt otits, bor- Shinsoh IA1 and Bl ALEets Wool, Etc., P Pc. In- JketItls, I St These goods are desirable far plantation andother ues A large quantity of this property is new, and present a goo r"R-- opportnnrty frd dlers m clurhlag, etc. tenon I -TERMS-Cash.. Payments to be rsadein U. S. Treate ly orderfrC G. 01WT. ItL O. . .AL. let. Chief QuartrmasteO H. set,.t of .he Gil' Joss P. Roncaan, Capt ndY. S.X. U.S. A DEPO or ARMY CIOetsa Asa EgmIA~t, DEPARTMENT Ot _ rs GULF, Now~ Orleans' October 11, I866 THE GOVERNMENIT SALE. $1 IE'r Y Ot. 30. Y a~sag eolltrosed ,,, at Tds'ily sntll a the Stores a,, told' attba floernmant ,osalve Waebusno. terser of Delord ·ndPet i streets. the tot ed wr lowing articles of Qvortermmtte's Bakes, atptbtl aution w Or- will be sold, via: _ 5020 Ils. Hawser, 5229 Ibw Pope assorte, 5000lbs. fro a i LE e ored, B0milsa Insulated Telegraph Wlre, 4 Telegraph Mac Ushines M Iles. Chain resorted, 8t Mattresses. 23 set iao- Sddlers lsia, together with " large quantit of Drag an d, I 515 Horse Medicines etc:, being enrplas Quat-rmutte Store a cabin for which the Government has no farther nat. r any S ale to uommenee at 10 o'clock A. a. each day. river, s bt, -Cas In Unitd Treasry Notes Byer B order of Col. C. G. Santolle, Chief -tarast power, Department of theUni. I.J. STRAND Louie -Beet Lt Col and A. Q. M. see, is SALE OP GOVSBMllFT PM)PP*'TY. egard- ImII$BHAW.lleavl Rrt, ,M at $betoeloe I. lot of G. L. ~Qnbensor, coca afCllo and Bsttcattntr. wRill be tod rsL fae 8IchsI Bleep , measuring 40 fet 9 Inches In Lngh, and NES8T AV- Tin-Cash I U. S. urrency bateh to cmmence at 10 'clock, A. m By order of Cot. 0. Q. BA LLE, 't fre Chief Quarter ator Ofthe G ulf.OuY evt ome E. J. S, RANG, B3= L tt-Catsud a, Q. M tes a I SHERIFF'S SALES. SUCCESSION OF THE LATE E. V. MONTAGUE: DE ceased-Secoud Detrlet Coort of New Orlean-No. 2,15. Bl VIRTUE or. and Cn obedience to, an or. der of talse, rendered September I, Isoand to me directed by the honorable the Second District Court of New Orleans in the above entitled matter, I willproceed to Sell at pobllo auction, at the Merchants' ad Anctineen' Exchange. Royal street, between Canal and Custemhoose street,. In the Second District of the itly. o SATURDAY, the da y o f November, 1866. at 12o'clock .,for1acount of soid succesion: A certain Promissory Note, beingin the word and flguras as, folloTws, viC: O Bg $7,40 8. BrenseIe, L.. Jan. 5, 1ER. Three ears after date I pr Of to py to the order Robert . Montaguse, seve thousnd and four hundred and eight dollars and eighty.fur cents5, auine reeied with seight -Ler cent. oterest from date till paid; pyahbloe Cii Cen' ank f Louisiau at New OrleaR. B. CUNNINGHAM. (Slgned) Ne Vasietur, Rlchmond, L., Janur 3 5 L 18. LB. BOYCE, Re1orde5 OTERNS-TbYs being the second sond last action the oid Note will be tdeinitly odiudrleid to the highet aCd last bid e der, for whatever t will bring at twelve months' mredi, the purchaser fo.ruehlnR bond, with good and solvent secriity, to the lalslhctiou of he Curator of this uccession Said pur dchaser sbdl have to deduct and pay in ash the amount of 'printing, Sberlf's and Clerk's lees (sy the sm of I16.) D TI HRY T. SAS Sheriff of thb Parish of Orleans U. S. MARSHAL'S SALE. UNITED STATES MARSHAL'S ALE-LEWIS THIIOMIP ison vs. Benjamin Ballard-No. 390--In the United Stetes Circuit Court, ot tihe Fifth Chircuit and Distric t Lob Y VIRTUE of see-t o flHal fselac . issued and to me directed by the sald Court, In the above said seo it, on thbe sl0th July, 186,, I have selerd aad wll expoe at public rtle at the Ualled States Marsbhl's stand, In the entrance of the Custom Holus, on Old L es street. between Caoal and Cst.mhouse streets on aTATUODAT, the 3d day of novemher, Id6,at 11 so'locs n. ,, the foslowing described. proper by piz: A CSTAIN BOND for the um of One undred an d Thirt-two Thousand Dollars made as New Orleans on the llth o ebroarsy, 18 by . P. Tam and J. F. Simmons, in favor ofDr. Benjamin.tp r payable p thDe ome wof h sre. SBogart, Foley Avery. in this city, .ad bears Interes at oer cent. perannum lrsm its date to fled payment, end e pdentled sby n act paet1 d before Theodore isyol. Anot public, on the Lth Fers;y, 1867, a hd hch hond is marked; pH"Nio eriet-"_ by aid notary. Nrd bond ae, by payments up to the st March, 1861, reduced t the sum of one h undre d and eleven bthousand and B dred and trlrty- our 90-10 dollars, which amouont berslo inmst at 8 pe cent por auuun from dale to fnal ppymeal Whicht bodlel CI. S to t.b about colt .s. alofy tthe pla.. tlffae laim berrl, Is-wil: thesum o lfty- bthouone foan hundred andthlrty.elght ad'40.-1i0 dollar, s with einterest an d costs, J- Tsass or SaL-OCdha inU. & TreRsR oteo . CUTHBERT BU.L.OTT 11. S. Marbhal for District of Ldutsfaua. NOTICES TO TAX PAYERS. NOTICE TO STATE TAX PAYERS- OFFICE BOARD, OF STATE ASSESSORS-The Star ACCssmeC t Rolls of the City, sf New OrleaIuI for the year 1886, are now completed, adn wlt be opened for nslpectiont o . MONDAY, October st, and wntl so emain during Thir t Days, at the oice of the Board, No. 20 Exchange Alley, be Stween Canal and Customhbouse streets. Officesou, from 10 A. H to . f. C. M. Mk FEENY, 5 Plesident Boad State As ,sesor. rDENTISTRY. SOUTHEll DENTAL DEPOT BeNJ. F. HOPPER. 61 5. Charle. streeta. Corner UninC, New A full supply of DENTAL MATERIALU of tll lodt e5 j" lstingtnpartof Instrument,; Operetlng Chairs and Spittelons; Teethl Gold and Tin Foil; Gold, Silver nd PiatIs Plates Flee; Valeeniealrs; Robber; Lathes; SBrsh Cotton and Corenduo Wherlsi Arkanss Stonesel, ect., et Orders by mall promptly executed. Ad ..es, i aNsve Look Box No. 720. "COTTON MILLS. THLE LA.E COTTON SIILIs. These MILLS, which were buoilt by me It1o0, asan offer of Southern enterprise, are again nuder mycoatroel: and am prepared to supply the trade wior COTTON YARNS No. 5uf f 's to 2s,, packed in such proportions as may be ordersd and oftleoquality put up by me prior to the war, wch ex ppocelled any ever offered in this market It is bokowr, that while these Sills were In my bond,, the product of tLim attained a reputaltion for Tperiority o quality and fullnesse. of weight--unequlled by any othe g- Yaose offered. This reputotion he, bdee prostituted by c.rtalnunprincpiledpartieC who haove no scrupled to uo.e my ¢noe and brand, to ceser an hiuerearticle; aod fulrthber more, I learn that Georgia Yans have bee offered, in th I market, asl the product of my Bills. To protect mysoll aond oosumerO from such impositionls, haveos adopted a rde, marb, which will, berseaer. be placed on each ble of my Yars, wit the addition of my sIgutare , el eachi p. ITbel. Thrse Mlilsl have no 'en:.s. Ordoro so at No 39 Union otreot, will be prjo r.y eoeraeted. L. N. LANE.