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WEDNESIAY MlORlNING, OCTOBERt 24, 1860.
Late News by Western Papers. INFTERRITNO T'I*T--FRIOI JAMAICA-TRTAL OF FEN IAN IlISONI.4S--ROW I T'I'E iiANI)IAN A1iNo-T-- C FROM NEW OIiLE-ANo-,SOUTHEtiN NEIW--nAL.TI MORE P1UI.TOC-C(OMMISSIONIOOS-I'uOM NEBRASKA. NEW Yonx, Oct. 20.-An interesting suit has been comlmenccd in the Supreme Court, by Mr. Calvin Lewis Robinsoa,. against Mr. E. D. Woodward. 'Both parties at the outbreak of the war were reidtelts of Jacksonville, Florida. P 'Plaintiff claims tlat in liarch, 1802, defendant headed a gang who burned up a large quantity of property belonging to hidn, and now sues to re cover its value. Woodward was arrested in this city, and held in $50,000 buil. A motion is now made to vacate the order of arrest. The case will be argued next Thursday befere Judge Clark in the chamnbers of the Snpremoe Court. The Hlerald's Kingston, Jamaica, correspondent says thirteen officers of the English army had arrived for the purpose of trying Ensign Cullen d and staT, and one Morris, for tite alleged mer der of three negroes, who were shot without trial during the time of martial law, in October last. It is rumored that an extensive immigration will form parthe geuernystem of the wgeneral system Jamaica local committee. It is still receiving donations towards the fund for prosecuting ex GaoV. yrie. . . Trade continued ddpressed in consequence of m the recent commercial failures. The stock of American goods at market was light, and prices 90 satisfactory, but there was a total absence of con fidence in business circles. The weather has been very hot-favorable for the few States making sugar, but much against sa the growing crops should it continue so. The eugar crop tor next year will bie lshort. d The Irald's Toronto special says: Six Fenian go prisoners were arraigred yesterday. All pleaded wa guilty. After the prisoners were removed, Mer. i O'Brien, Col. Lyneh's attorney, made application pe to the court for a safe conduct to Canada for Gen. ti O'Neill and Col, Starr, to testify that Col. Lynch re was not present during the fight at Ridgway or pe Fort Erie. The judsge tated they would be liable to arrest. A hew York lawyer proposed to defend the prisoners if permitted to plead in a Canadian court, but hle was informed that it was against " their laws to allow foreigners to plead in their e courts. The HIerald's Ottawa dispatch says it is said a seriouse row has occurred in the Canadian cabi net. Mr. Galt wishes to get lbael into llis old place as minister of finance. Mr. lHowland, who so left the postoflice department for the finance min- re istry, reuises to go back. The trial of the three Fenian prisoners at Corn- 3 wall take's place on tie 20th inst. to The Tribune's New Orleans special says that it ci is stated that ea soon as tiov. Wel:s returns fromn c his home in the cmuntry thieshetilh of the different to parishes will hle removed for refusing to comply ei with the governor's convenltion proclamation. A di messenger wav seni to Wahhington, some time since, to confer with the attorney general, who is P represented as having stated in the presence of di the President that the governor had a perfect tL right to .- et. (. . ieern-lon wns applied to for military a--i-tance to carry out this programme, na and ai-o to a el., several artics acei.ed of ha e ti ing eonumiteed m rders i e1 the 30th of July, and ni against iwhoml the civd authorities have failed to I proceed. Action has been delayed until the i troops wi:hi hve !e rrived cold he concen trate, ien lhi city. Thri, ts olre. made that if the 1 silita teie iiets to ihak'e these arrests, the vari- h otus reliet ieel,-t orlers, which are known to be I well sreecd, wt i rs-i.t and overpovr the military ei anei oariaCi'c ;.is Uni, ne weln. C n attempt \vi-t i'tcclltte ilnade to aseahcinate i ti is extesn vely . .,g-- in cotton planting, and employs 5Goo icr-e.e, ohs ti-,ernllrly served isl hi regieente lte- was siehi.e.intly putiliety intii.ed a by a coeitttv of the pnirIlllieet citizen-, headed by Judge 1:yani, thait he eei leavee he paril,. as t they v wntid no 'anlicas therel, and iereaterthey- h woeld not ih .soieed t cunltivate iplantilttion. i The e are ninoteen cases of emurder on the docket tl of the Alcexintdria coati, and the presiding judge represents tie prih to lie in such a state of anarihy that there is no prospect of bringing any f of tiema to trusl. Froenl rep.rts. received from trustworthy parties iI in diilerent ilris-hes, to whomn application was made for correct cotton and sugar statistiec, we s estimate the cotton crop of the State at 2t0,000 r bah.s. ah d thle sear crop at e0,tO0 hogihadis. a The Tihes's acshingto special says: " The contest over the Baltimore police commnisioners is t exniting much inteerest here, in viewr of the posii "bility that the 'resident ay ble called on by tile I governor to interfere. Governor Swanu will pro t bably remove tile commissioners, as he syilpa I tlizres strongly with tile element seeking their ree moral. The cnnnmissioaers will resist the goe ernor's aetion, on the ground that they cannot he removed exc t by reguisr trial and ronvictiona and they will nnedobteddy assert their position bl the force under ttheir cuntrol. The offense of the i commisimcers seems to be that they appointi judges of the etectiso who enforce the registry law so stringently that erturned rebels cd a eSonth erasytnpathizcer cannot register themselves with out coeoiitting forgery. Hon. I'. W. t-litehtlcek. congressional delegate from Nebraska, heas arrived is the city, and states that the grain crops in that territory exceed in luxuriance aytthing thitt ile ever saw. Ble thineks it tperfec:ly saftc estimate, that tihe wheat crop will average at least forty bushels to the acre. The Tr.btne's Leavensworth special says Gen. Sherman is hurrying forward troops to the scene of the Indian outrages. TORONTO--ARInVAi OF )Ione FENIAN PRIRONERS. ToanoTro. et. 20).-.lure Fenian prisoners ar rived to-day, one of whom proved to be Law rence O'K~cef. Their counlel intimated to the court that he had received instructions from Washington to engage counsel for all prisoners of Anmerican birth. QgrtiEC-(ceneTRIoiTcnre FOR e l c Ian rEIRERS. Qeve-Ec. Jet. 20.--Coentrihetions of food and money are coniig in. An address, appealing to the charity of the province and world generally, was adopted. The emayor is nathorized to ask the government for nid. A large number of the suflerers are leaving the city. The weather is fine. TItE RESULT IN OtO AND sE fENStLYhANSA. Official retnrns from all bht three counties in Ohio are received. Takieng tie Cox and Morgan vote of the three counties, the Union majority in the State is at311. The Philadelphia Evening Bulletin of the 20th publishes the fill official vote for governor inevery county of the State except Pile. In that it says "1We have nwhat is given as the official majority." It-then adds: " We have examined and corrected the returns carefully from the tables printed in the various coenty papers, and believe that tile official nount at the polls will not vary 100 from our fig ures. It plaoes Geary's majority in the State at 17,706. Tile total vote reaches nearly 600,000." NARROW ESCAPE OF A RAILnOAD .TRAIN-The p Lives of all on Board Saved by a Dream.- sI Mr. Robertson, mail agent on the A. G. W. rail- tb road between this city atd leveland, related tons at yesterday, tile strange item about a farmer who R prevented a terrible disaster on that road, near Manatseld, Ohio, at the time of the recent freshet. bi We had before seen the paragraph relating to the rc singular affair. Mr. R. conversed with the farmer a and here is the story in short: fe The farmer (a Pennsylvanian) went to bed dur- as ing the heavy and protracted storm on Monday n night, and dreaming that the fill across a chasm, is some lh ndred teet deep, had given away under a aasO mpr train and let it down into the abyss, he ts -Jrm.l'a to render assistance to the passengers, e ran to the door, and was hastouing from his house, a when his wile awakened him. He related his p dream. and went to bed again, but slept little y more d!rilg tihe nighlt. t Tile dreas mo de such an impression on his mind a that hie hastened to the chaos tthe next morning early to see what canditian it was in ; but the road was apparanly all i.g'hl. l:itliesglh thle wanter waen pooringoi l soi . ing tisc,-sl- tilse large culver lse h neath,as thilsugh it wouild wa-ih the earth away. On Tueslday niiiht the frmer could not rest for think- s ing alout his iream of hla procedling night, ando getting up he procured his lantern and hurried ofl to tle shpist. Wohessl , arrived th-]re, he found to his terror that tlihe huge till hald bla!n washed out, leaving nothing but the- -li1 riopiet ties and track over the chsess ! tl-.sr-is the train tii:nderiag toward destruction, the l :si-sin, (clamberied a-.ross the dreadfuil break, and iunsin down the road soime distance, h ie s ,, - -.1 iro c s crsit e Icing te'asi to ataip. .is ,1 so iseost sI the time ta.s l s y thes times thle enifneeer was ales to "hold up," the engine was witless a few cs-i- ~t so sl,-sii The triain was l'c -e.:i. ; li dlled with persons who htl been to a5 'ir;lal hIatmlllg ait Mlnocield. Whit a stirrow est 0 le :loy al Ii sleh frm a horri tbl di:llh I 0," t c tr0-isl woslild iave plnsnssd i dow n It e f .iha l f.fl is ' t pn.ili c, c r, cernr-h itg all to deth in t-ile ,!is - The passengers at nonca eii,:cld their Crc, ittl, to te sr pre server, lhe Pesnnsylvasniasis nlsakilel hiss olpit a undsome smoo of isonesy.-[l)ayton (Ohi) Jourual. Thile temlsicy of Icile to carry qulotations too far, wtis ila:Itsd,l is " Xew it-evsin erayoer 0e0t iug teolsnehr :isr, who exclaimed in an aaony oe ity: '"f- , third, htave mercy i pon nas .o r m i .s -:-bo, tas::ier i It' i ,.I a m the chief nm ong t ,'o ,. nt. u;:,, i' d altogether lovely.': Loul lanrr Intellrgence. Capt. Louis D. Prescott and Dr. George HIill are candidates in St. Landry to fill the vacancy in the legislature caused by tile resignation of Capt. J. G. Hayes. The Opelousas Sentinel, in a very cordial wel come of our neighbor, the Bulletin, speaks of tihe late Col. Seymour as colonel of the 9th Louisiana Regiment. Ite was colonel of the 6th.t Aeocrreoe Mtronel.--Thursday night, tlth inst., at 7 o'clock, while at supper, young tion Dii6ge S. Fontenot was shot and killed by some unknowii n persons who had approached his residence under cover of the darkness.-(Opelousas Courier, 20th. The West Baton Rouge Sugar Planter says in regard to the weather and the crops: Anotter week of glorious weather has passed without a cloud to obscure the horizon or tshield o os from the sun's rays. Suchl weather is too good to last, and when it does change he on the alert for chilling Northern winds and frosts. Cotton picking progresses with considerable rapidity and as prices seem reasonable, with a prospect of doing better, our ptlanters feeltsomewhat relieved, althoogh they would have much preferred making larger drops than have rewarded their labors this year. Homulcro.--On Tuesday night last, two men employed on the levee at China and Robertson's crevasse, got into a quarrel, when one of them drew a knife and stabbed the other, inflicting a rorta wound. Tihe murderer escaped and has not been heard of since. We could not learn their1 names or the origin of the difficulty. Every effort is making to bring the offender to justice. [Iraton Rouge rgaor Planter. EAST FeIcrANA.-The Democrat, of the 20th, says:n "The weather during tile past week has been delightfui, affobrding an opportunity to plantelrs to I gather that portion of their crop nwich the rot and worm has spared them. The continued fair weather has improved to some extent their pros peels, but not enough to fill the expectations of tihe early part of the season. It is only a partial recovery from what one time threatened to be perfect ruin to their hlopes." The Baton Rouge Advocate, of the 20th, says: "Business continues brisk, and many teams loaded with cotton are oil the streets. There is now a market for it here, and buyers are in the field com peting for every hale thitt is for sale. Forerigan Gosnlp. Some interesting statistics relating to the con surlrtion of Freneh wines in England appear in a rcent numlr of he thloroniteur lndustriel. The average quantity of wine produced in France is 39,0)0,000 of trectolitres, (twernty-two irmperial gal lony), which are distributed as followsr: 15,261,000 r~consumed by the growers or sold directly to con. suirrers, 2,454,000 convertedinto spirits, 220.000 gor to make vinegar, 2,336,000 are exported, 13,340,000 are taken by the wine trade, and 4,300,000 remlainl disposable. iJewels, of great beauty and value, belonging to Polish young ladies, are to be raffled for in Lon don, to raise funds to assist exiled lovers to finish itheir studlies. M. Auber, the "prince of Frenclh composers," and already in his eighty-fifthl year, iv as fresh, ac tive, and witty an whe he had numbered half tas many years. Ileing the other day rather pestered biy lhiolohouse eirrr, wt.o wars urging himr to tlake, his fancy, tie ohl composer at length turned iupon his well-mmeatring torroentorrr, irplloriug loer to leave hie r in peace, ard assuring ho er teat il'le continued her persecutions ire sIltIld "do srtnl-thiltig dcs trerate.' " Anc 1n.ray what will yon do,'' etorted the house keeper. I'll enlist," quietiy returned the owner. A rcheap and poor coffin, that was easily broken oper, saved a rraU in IBrsrcls from being burred The Russians are a vrery eccentrlic people. If tlhe get drunk, as tiley often lc o , it swlocs itself in tugging and kisi2g--but being confliredl to tihe mule sex, the practice is not very popular among tihe American visitors. A correspondent of the London Times writes: " No foreign dogs are allowed to pass the Prussian frontier. A passport from the Proussiaun abnas sador rm London will not avail to gain admittance into Prussia to the smallest and most inollneusive lIupdor. Pugs, aniore ferocious, are instantly seized and gibbeted. About a month ago I took a railway ticket from Brussels to Aixnla-Chapelle: also one for ry little companion of nine year's standing, a favorite uf tire breed f King Charles. On arriving at Verviers, I was informed that all dogs were prohibited, and that a giuard was sta tioned at Hterbesthall to repel vi el arnmis, all in truders of the canine race. It il believed that the Prussian commander-in-chief in those parts had been thrown from his charger, which was alarned at the atpparition of an English pug; hence these severe measures. SEED CaEe.--The only salvation for this section air of country, says the Ibervlle South. is to return to the culture of cane at the earliest practicable day. The South tells the whole story in a paragraph of four lines. This season has settled tihe qucs- 7 tion, we believe, in tie minds of our planters. Cotton don't and won't sav, when cultivated ontak the alluvial lands of Louislana. The reasons for this are too well known to need repetition here. Tr The main difficulty with our planters has been that they thought the freedman labor was tothe sufficiently reliable, and that if they succeeded in a stocking their plantations with cane, it might be kIi lost for want of laborers to preserve it. There is vh, much in this, we must admit; but not enough to a prevcet an attempt of tile experiment. We have g O seen our lately liberated slaves toil partially g throughout the season on cotton plantations, a engaged in far more difficult worlitlan ecultivating h cane, anid yet they seem contented with the result as of their year's labor, unless wllere lost by the caterpillar or worm. Sugar cane is almhnost a cer- e1 tain crop in this State, yielding at the present 673 time a greater remuneration for lahor than cotton, ea taking everything into consideration. There is diverosity of operations on a sugar plantation that is far more pleasing to a freedman than the dull and dry details of making a cotton crop; be sides, in the cultivation of cane there is au attrac- ý' tion to the negro which seems to be lost sight of Ca by onr planters. All negroes like "sweets," which they must have as an offset to the vast quantities of salt they an consume in their pickled pork. To furnish this now is an item in their expenses, it not being L given by the planter as part of their rations. On a cotton plantation lie getsneither sugar ormolasses a unless he buys it. The difference liesin this; when making sugar, he can eat as many canes as he e pleases hbe gets his syrup, his sugar, and his mo- as lasses at a trifling cost, it anything. And if the planter is willinito do so, he ca make the entire "rolling seaso one of frolic and amusement. The negro oljects to working on Sunday. No ne cessity for that unless imperatively necessary in order to save a crop, and then a little extra pay and encouragement will do wonders, The lower parishes are planting cane exclusively this year. as Sarely those planters must have assurances that their labor will be reliable or they would not have attempted it. We can do the same in WestBaton Rouge if the trial be made. ea Another point: Merchants will hereafter make but little advances upon cotton crops. The reason is obvious. As before stated, cane is almost a certain crop in this State, and the merchant will is feel perfectly secure in furnishling such supplies as are wanted, well knowing that he runs but little I more riskb now than he:did before the war. Here is where merchant and planter canuplay into each 5other's hands with benefit to both, and of coarse t to tlle whole country. There is not seed cane enough in our parish for planting next year, but ti ewith what there is, properly cared for and re planted, many will be enabled to make sugar the c year following. BIesides seed caoe can be bought to assist planters. Consider well this matter and at once decide.--[W. lBatn iRouge Sugar Planter. Asr'nwALt A- a t RtESIIDEtCE.-- A gentleman wrho has recently gone from New York to Aspitwall. I owriting from there to a flriend in the North, and speaking of his first experience, says: STir storiers yon heare in tihe States of tihe in healthiness of lrns c!imate are all bosh. At the i ost .ou are oanly ill danger of a fever whiclh, in nil pribability, till niot irrostrate .you for nmro than three daits, san cerarlnily lmit fhr mlore thirli a weelk. As lir myself, 1 grog- fat on tie cewarm And then evcrvlthing in so cheap down here, it seeirs icmost as if ] flc gone into anthcerll werilld. [Iotr instance, e hlulv very god rcei';rs for f1 A) ciIe hundred, and "very nice tlavaaas for $t. E' verything lcse is as cheap. ltven yrenb.hlcl icae 1bteio'glt .ir slxty centis, and thIn gccld andi I. slvr are as plentifal a=r teat lies i er're'nev or taxl-collectsrs it the north. I asoalre e U it is almost a fai'y oland. Thei i nliitary, howevrcere, ratIerr nllCes e snmile, after having set a s:ilhr wciii t i tl rne liive Sfully armed soldiers who astemnpted to arrest hic. in1 --r, PEnVERTe t TiLExTs.-Thecre have beern met ill nil ages certainly tllere are niot a fet nowrs whol ooanswer closely therero tile rnlk Ine r ode a dir 0t- tingaished statesman in Englandi: "Tflit (ilcd had in gr.en them great talents of which the devil hiad on givcn t'e Pricali ,a.'' Iut,. caes e lce grtlt'rl he thc ew.r· tletl a wro,.,; f er,as Rcast -ate : "ilehe er swifter the maeeocr io. fiertiece lre will go Yreonrg, if he sets out in the wrong direction,' PATENT LUMIBER I)DRYVER. SUL LE7Y,'l ...................... BULI , "' B t PATENT LUMBER DRYER, -ar- TIE SUPERIIEATED STEAM, WITHOUT PRESSURE, WILL re BEASOi LUMBER 1N FROM 2 TO 4 DAYS. get ImportPant Inventlon for Measonlne g Lumber. their It will semon Lumber at nt average cost of $1 per 1OW feet It will season Lumber more thoroughly, and check it les than any other process. It tsafer, does the work quicker. cheaper, and better thea any other process. The expense of a in and a Right is within the reach oF every one. M It costs as to dry out the water in Lumber, than to haul it twenty miles. he NO NECESSITY FOR USING GREEN LUMBER. The Lumber omes from the steam ready to be worked m. ni " mediately. M5 The cost of chaginggcommon Dry Air Kiln into a Steam uni Kin, or of erecting a new Kiln andthe price of a Right, are 1 teen saved in a year by thi1 proces. p, No seed of keeping large atocks oIf tmber on hand. It cost tor less to dry it by this process than the interest on the price while This drying in the air. wa Carpenters, Coopern, Cabinet, Carriage, ash, Door and Blind Manusfsturers, Owners of Planing Machines, Baw Mill, sR and all who wish to dry lumber, should be in possession of the ply Right to this invention. cede A common lot Air Elln can be changed Into a Steam Eilt cIs for smail expense. I This proces 1s now-In s . In the Car shops of the psennsyl- the ani Csentral;S New York Central; Atlantic and Great Wes Mee Chicago and North Western; Chicago, Alton and St. Te. Losis,: ilGRole Central; Chicago, Burllngon and Quincyl Michigan Central; Toledo and Wabsho; Sundusky Dayton a H Cinnslntl; and oiber Railroad Companies. AlsO, bymany of Si the mau a Ieturr o Cars, Carriages, aesh, Do aned Blinds t, AgruLtural Implements, etc., throughout the United StaisI y1ou GURA FLOUR, MEAL, FRUIT, VTO(JETABLES. we TOBACCO, WOOL, PAPER, BRICK, SALT, aud othe Pre, substances are dried by thisprcss. n A test of the Dryer allsoedbtore paying for the Right, h1 T paying for the drawings and smecillcations. iso e furptherifrs meadtion, slgsi Box 202, Postofice, New Orleants, Ic r From the W ihn elgton Nltvy Yard. WSstoOsmO NAvy YTsS, Feb. 16,T18. To WMn. Keleer, Esq., Constructing Engineer: T Sir--We have two of Bulkle's Lumber Dryers In operation Nfs nsth isyrd. Wehave made thorouh teasts of the process. Iss We weighed audgauged in and out the sollowing samples oo that umber, via: Five WhitePine Planks: No. 1. Wteighedin 6i lb-, weighed out 55 Ibs; gauged is 153.4 inchcbes; .lg d out 1XI. I No. 2, Welghedin 67 lbs; weighed out 57 IS; gauged ne 15 316 inches, gauged sout 14. No. 3. Weighed in a s, weighed out 57 Is; gauged In 15si inches, ganged out 14 13-6. No. 4. Wsisghed ins 70ds, weighed out 61 s slt; gaged in 15f inches, gaaged out 14. No. 5. 14ighled i, 61 lT , weighed out 5 Is; gauged in 15I inches, gauged out 151. No. 6. a greeon black Walnut board weighed in 45 ]s, out 57 t hgangedln 17 16 inches oot 16 e.w ho. 7. A black Walnut board welghedln 49 s, out a lso gaugedin 125 inches, ant 11%,. No. 8. An Ash plank It inches, l0 years In yard, weighed io 77 Ibs, out 71; gatged n 15 inches, out 14%. No. 9. A Pin plank 2 3-16 hes. years In yard, weighed ith 98 lbs out 9i; g, ed in 15 T inchs, acot 15. T h o. f. An old dry board gaugedin 9IS inches, gauged outo 9% itlehes .iu vo. II. Anold dry board, A inch thickl, gaugsd in 12 E Inches, gaugedot 12 nbe. No. 12. A green plauk, t1% inch thick, was cut into thrn olel:ev. mid ose of the piscextaken out each day. One pic geei pi.ce hich ..l.Mea uder l fire thrs asIdllda slf days ts.o oo, no more than the one which was in the ln only 0 4ours. Theshrinkgee seems to be taken out by the superheater cteam bsfore the moisture is all gone. Tbs f lumber was sesn5ed i lees than four days and .eems w br0,lht and fll ot life as thle belt air stried luree tr. e' consider these Kilns of Cgreat ads.olu.e to th tlly4rd.oo 2 believe the rocessto be ijust what we bas1 l0-l. needed. 1 wll iave a'lothe troublhe abot dr 0 Lolber. le uink the proi J. I. DOWNING, Master Joiner. C. L. WI0LL0, Foreman. L. A. TUEL, Iussrterman. I lieolove hotltmelntit l et forth in the bollve commn!ca tirn te en rrecly steatd, and the ez ,erien t tn .have been a co;rnefter KuDcee. . 1.. ltosiT. 0 N 5avy Ageot. 'ThI result ol the experiment t above reported ,are Batillac. tory, and se belivs them to be correctlv stated. JOa. s8f 111H, Chilefof Bureau of Nvv Yards and Dockl 1 K. P. S. iANJI.:R, Eu.diesr.in-CCheh of Nasy Yards .ed Docks. i SFrom i.L. .& . Webster, Manufasctrers of Barretl, Elieuhurg Center, New York. We have in use two of Buolkley's Patent Dryert. They an, perfectly asllactlory. We au save the cost of the DryerUs is interest0 alone each year we ue one of' them. sFrom W. I. I.ngley, Maoufaocturersot BarreoI , Oallipolis, Ohio. The Dry Kiln built under the direction of your Agent,. to, P seaso,ngstaves has l eout in cono Oltnsulte and I hehee it - perlms its work Sfully as well as you Hlars for it. I wold seout ad on buy green sltves as tLhOe partly lsasoed, keUIw. lug we cantnsI a few ialtys, at small expense, havs them well tseasoned. FFrom [sowe A, sJones, SSsh, Door and Planing Mill, 1129 Besch street, Philadelphia, e Wehave been nsing Buikley'a 'Patenlt Lumbeoor Dryer lt 'semveralmnths. WIe ind it slmosit indi.,eusxble, aso we houlo not have been able to till our orders onitour it for the pint eaw Lmonths. In our opininn it tsithe only w.y to tlhlrougly seloon ushbor in asesonothle time. and we believe the lumber soe dried iso n no way inlured by the process. d From J. 1- cheomaeker. d PPiano Maker, Philadelphia, 0 Test made b Bulkley's Patent Loumber Dryer: One piece oi Plue board, 123 inches ide, l ilnches thick, sweight lb. o. In,. and gagedll out 12 516, bost 6 5nuces u wei0ght. This umber was dried in the yard three years, and neo year in hot ,n air klm by me. I recommend this press to all mantfcttrers le From M soore Campion, Philadelphia. ,h estmades by BnIlesy'e Lmbr Dry.cr, o two plece5olfblack Walnut inch boards, one 17 Inches wide, about half dry, Ohrnk 7-t6 inch n wdth: one 19 inches wide, as dry s it could be . made, slhruk iti inch in width. In our opiuio,, this proed n takes more shrinkage out of the lumbosr than any otoher, sd does not injure it. T. ests Made at the Shops of the Penesylvnnla C 5entratl S allroad Company, .Altoona, PY. In order totmaeatest of Bulkley's Paoent Lonmher Dryer IOUthe h ln .as.tlled with cherry ah, -op",. ;.t,. ok ando b00he iI walnut, and after lfiring folrty hours the lumler came from the ke Siln perfectlly seasoned. is The fll.wing kinds f lumber were weighed and gauged when put in the kilns and also when taken out: , A2 Inch pine plUank weighelld in 7 ms., weighed ost 46 S ; 6 gaogedin 17 3-l16nehes gauged oat I ,)% A 2 ilck ash plauk weighed in 83 Its., weighed out 69 Is, ; ganged n 195 inshes gauged out 133. s, A2 incbiack walnut plankl weighed In 67 bs, weighed out oig 56y. s.; glsad is 110 0inches ganged out 14L., it Aillo55 l nc h tard ganged is 16iinches, gaugedod t e a.leclt of oatk weilghedlnO18 ai., weighed out 157 I.s; :ga ganged in 6'sby 7 9-16 inches, gauged out 64ý by 7 7-16. A pine botrd (perfectly green) weighed in d ~s., weighed out 57Y Is, ad was only in the kiln twenty hours. The oumbes a, osame from the kiln readyto work. is The tests were perfectly satifctory. J. P. LEVAN,S Sulertntdenli Car Department. all s JNO. P. LAIRD, hup't Mootive Power and Mlachinery. ea The practical oeratlon ot Bolkleyts Lumber Dryer seat Lo- to tasalsfatoas sif t lurth by the certiflcats of M, Lird sdLanMr. tevn, nperintendents'o lMotive Power and SCarA Departments. THOMAS A. SCOOT, Vice Presidert From C. F. Allen. Superintendent of Woold ork and Ca Shops,Ibleago, Bun H Lngtou and Quflcy Railroad, Aurora, Ill. A thorougot t atmade t this shop of Bulkley'e Patent B Lumber Dry~er. It has thle quialities of thoroughly seasoningB the lumber safety fro~m fire, small amount of fuel, easily at. tended, ttrd will dry the lumber in t bt pce of time. It Is IV turther due tb o this proesy to say Ihat the lumtber was dried in four day,. using far less Inel par day than we aid formerly need per day when the lumber was dried two to four weeks, and the lumber tas more thoroubhly seasoned then any we have dried heretofore, and that, too, without any checks. T wit From William Johnlo·. Foreman New York Central Railroad Sb.pe, Anbntb N. Y. It hsbettbg htrtlhelptta. I cosideritthettbsttmodeof i by drying lumber nowin use. i From S. J. Hayes Pei Snplerlntimdeut of Machinry Illinois Cenral Railroad, i The ter k Nttiy. We have recently biltl another kiln, and shall build several more. tye From S. C. Case, yntendentI ot 1Depapt of Mlibigao Central Rallrtd. From several years ex ttrience with II. i. Blkilty'a and other methods of ilil.dryltg lumber, I can cheerflay reCOm mend this as the beat to sae. From BarneySmith l Co., Car Builders Dayton, Obi.. We deem the pa.ees a araqiy well adapmd to soft and hard lumber, a.ddof all dimeasio.l; rba time reyuired urdrying It Ianyt utrbutlthta kiid tad thickas. We Nal it iliiapeneaaIl LI From Deana * Eaton, Oar Builders, Detroit, Michliga. Some dy by l-Itlch greta , U, enr trucks, was dried iI three dayy more thanl it would haveu beenl it ,t had been n y ar and b alf i¢ the open air. We heU mad~e thoroughl tests xud findthe lumber does not shrinkr a particle stwa coming from at the kiln t at. From Rustell df t Co., lb Car Builders and MIainufacture of ReapeTa, M.wers, Horse D Fowrrs and Sepa~t~ratorsM.illon, Uhio" .r t Inmber comes frI.n theklbuatnl tra d to w.ork. From Stests made wye are aasixr8.d that the shrinkageu is taken aut o1 the M~mher beforea thle moisture is all Kanor. Thel texture of' the woiod remans fi rm anid toughl, an1d 4UbOelptible o a verY eneiI lut fi.,iab. We are convinced that it is the beit and only wa N .,f thoroughly s axouulg lumber. Front 9a ter t& Casey, Illinois C.ate P Attilrutiary-, (:nmixsri nere ' Otfiia Joffe"C It titr ecels x1 other modes ofi dr;11·l :nethere tha~t have comet ender enr ellaer\vion-i- j regard is rt lplirily Uh'q'wv a of coi tilactionlbl t noub a ob act rcqui.;l: nil"l od, It d ,nger l , bire, and pticeeuar finbsx '; l y, iy;., i,, bie ti to the canter, ¢d in an alimost iurrc,1%,b short 1·. .!.he of time. nt a.,.. Mull lan tte Co 4 M b.ll.,cturers ol t te"'-kko Raper bit d e ll-wr, (1-for, O, 'L \ie linr, ilrrl n kiln .11l of p~lplilr. .111 01 1111otk II three daysrr. Tito) linr's rum US fr li the kiln uli roully t:. suck. We ie tfrllly bati telat b it.,te p boe ts. it 1fmn11nclnrer of Obin Reape~ir nail 11--e, Canton, Ohio. 1" Atf i , Grng about th "f 11"ý sailt rtl co, ,a lli( i llibhnl) lean Utho It cud. and n hal t ,d.aly ay, a. th r ittn. lti tostil.R tl"e Inmber~ in uvra p Poss ib: way, wl,,e 11-a ,rnouriled L it perfectly- II-d. b r ont' l IThomas st t e Ca., 1 l/ unnnfactnrcrr oi Bnr nrkry irin Dra~lx, Pmailale Cider an t' havp e d"tIt a Ipalitr brtldttn tf .JOS3 l lITr ears, BU 1. 11 ru 1, INlA\ l in Nill) le .Nit er e ia.It liliW fi c vletion that lnnrbvr toil ax strong as when l II ,I;'I `1 "!, lnen O ,rod ,0v thank ^tritnigller. Wel have l eT~lil n l y :r )`'.h inchO~ ;["ne in fha-l dn). The procohr is rheauprr thnut iili~hil.U ii. Front S mitih, Iltlarur PG Co., Ntannfactarrra Uf AuricolturalR Implement", hinin Ohio. We rlnnllid· · thin method of drying lI11,~~s, n sot s avingl of ln ima md tool, helills. baviug the worki done in a much mars l a atisfactory meatier From B. N. Howarrd, Manufaofcturer of Reward's I mlproed P Pa;er. loer, and Seit t hy,,,, Butlnln, New lurk. 110 ebRln1 .; !ri l 'f sot: ~u (o· rt li 1!,Iltl . if it"ýeI Et!t,- o si-i :mbr For further particulars d n JOEPHFRY BairZU Postod'tcc, S;··w Odlr~n , LA COTTON TIES._____ BUTLEE'S PATENT COTTON TIB The undersigned Bale skcotn, Lave now on hand sad oilt Ibe constantly eapplied with the above caluoratdd IRON 00'1101 TIES, prepared for Immediate use, with the buckle firmly at. Muobedtb bob.Rndaftbb Iop. Thi. TI, I. rscmmabder H~ .p Tmhsbt. and planters for its M impllcity and strength, and tthe b great.ease . ih which It can he adjusted td bale oH.. y alts It has bbn acd by . lge nomber:of plalten l in"b 1SIS. their entire satlafctton. Orders wlll be ureced at our amts, P N. BLEAELETS 0t 0., .90d a P115,.. trbt. earner .bM TchoIMbblh ll F. ASaMANB1 PATENT EIsN TIES FOR COTTON BALES, by MI tton Tie T as the first oferd for sale to any et lbt It the lo0th, and hasb bee need . thobgandl obfplanist wItb aniS11.al pproval. Ib.,,smde ,, valuable 00101 stmt ln i the shape or the button albl It was ont Introduced od ha, also prbbbd s patent forb Buckle Tie whicb, el ,hpll. W city, lacility and b?.dlr bl ofadlontment bales of bl y or bI s unequll bi.es, and IOreebbity in holding, Is, I thllS, superior lb to any offered to the pbtbllb The advantages ofbiron ober bb for ballng cotton are now ,1,tMebbllI tp.Sbsledg.4 Itbbldtbtheb le bbblbch smaller - omb p.Se I applled sad fastened wbh mach more ftaility, T both in tote country proeeing and Whe ro-campreeelng at the esea ports; lebsens lbmen55 the ribk from fi; b stronger, bnd P il etren¢ t fenot 1m paled b7time nd exaare e tha of rpe t1 Thingl adblantbge hue bp n htribhbpld manifested dbol ng bo d war. Thousands of halee of cotton hh ve bnen last by the rot ;fsg and breakng o! rope, which could h·ve been preserved if Mo, boy.h b b..n ned. In addition to this, it canbeor.b nlebed nearly fify per cent. cheaper than rope. The d brange ment of labor In the hemp growing itatee has redoced the sup ply t hmytb.suh 11 ebbn t It espbrelsto rue bnnplbp S bdente blhlga Inded,1001,bbency hor blbbg a moderate er rattan Crop cannot be relied on at ¢y prise. bhave aIbanoedHb ifo obie= .f a large q bantity of the bast Euglisb bb,. Iro , made b sargement. lI , Menoe. Chabombbr I tting bor the sale and delisery of my Ties - 55., " Rbse, Ne1 Orlbanl, July 1, 1859. H. FAOPIZN "sQ." 81i-lb Jabory ltoSS rleceivd frblb sb11P b 1089IS le, o 7 cotton, of whibh. Ib t 1000 were compressed and bound wlt 1 your new Iron Lb i. can b lfely oblf that the cotton ebbbnhb d R was receivedIn Letter order than b t d enbl b llyb,,omaerom the bhb Fresses, that it slt dd bett.P, and enabled thb ship to carry ,y more than b n any prebhll1 lge. The cotton bhen dischargod from the ship in Liverpool was in better order than tM ropebbound ctton. It i hbigly ybb. leblhl, for a grbbnd tier, as the damp bribdg from the b.llaer has no effeit pon it, fab it blbibllbbnow by practical meb that dampneab wll rot the rp5F bound. I can confidetly rbl commend Mlbr Iron TfbI as 1lbook this lot he an expllimei t, and bretIblll watcbed It both I loading and discharging. I s,,ir, yoors repectfullF, JOlIN HOWARD, MstI.Ir, ThIadersigned., Fly Warden and Fire Ittpectb NIn O ,leans Ibus,. CIbgpreat , bm b 5' gi ltnion that Ibab Tie affords greatelr protection :inb os in Hase o1 Bfi than the old style of baling btil bobe. - 3. TOUENES, Fire Warden. f JOhN ADAMS, Fib, Inbpetor. I concur to the above, ALFRED RELANDOER, Es-Chieg Eaginoo, Fir, Departbent. CISANKERSO LATTINO, Agents for Fa....lo'. Iron Tie. -A.nd- DEALERS IN BAGGINiG, ROPE AND TWINE. I Carosdellt street, New Obleanes IN" CIGARS, TOBACCO, ETC. CnA THE UNDERSIGNED HAS THE HONOR TO inform his friends and the public that he has opened a RETAIL CIGAR STORE at No. 2. Carndelet reet, where - genuine Imported Havana C 2gars and Cigarettes only will be h sold. F. A. G210ZALES. m HAVANA CIGAIRS .................. CIGARS. 220,30 Goenuine d mprted AVANA CIGAR?, in bond and duty paid. For sale in lots to suit. by F. A. GONZALES, bNo. 29 TchFnopitnulal sfreet. 20,))F PFACII, in .lnd and duty paid, e. For sale in lota to suit, by F. A. GONZAL.ES, No. f9 Th-npito la.l reetl _ . IGAIv E TTE S ..................I RE..a ES. T Cigarettes 0f thio oeleate1 I 0r4nd L0 IT.nraodo, g22201 ,ood Genuine and 1uara4eed imported by Have in Cgrle at 5 pcents each, ft No. 2 C ar2nndiet tret1, b F. A. 7.LFS. teby F. A. GONZALCE S S-IMPORTER or- mat HAVANA CIGARS, No. S5 Common street and No. 46 Canal Street, B t agn )NEW OiRLEANS. THOS C. WALS~a a Coa. own (THOS. C. WALSH, late of Lynchburg, Va.; ARTRIS N CONNELL, lIte of Montgomery, Alao TOBACCO AND GENERAL CORMISSIOUN MEORCHANTSP CoSN or G0Bln2 r 0ANL NEw Lorns Bso ie. New Orleans, La. General Harry T. Hys,.New Orleans1, Ls. Messrs PRcDENfiel lrhy. LneChbrg. Fst eessrs. 0Cns. Luin 2 & , Co., New Fork. CB. BLOCK a cO. 'I. GRAVIER STREET, LE Wholesale DeSlers io sad Importers of HavaS uCiRarl, VT .lnels and Western To. baeeo D Keep e0onstently an hand the best brand of the 0 OLD DO1NION. J7IS MA. F Importer ofl la bHAVANA CIGARS, LEAF TOBACCO AND PRODUCE, oEi' 6aConmmon street, B BetweenI agalne anod Tchonpitonlss (1G4 New Orleans. SIMON J. FLAETOW. r ANUFACTUrEp a or A 'L KIND.s or Mai PLUG CHEWING TOBACO O, - 1 Magalone street, New Orlans. A HOTELS ANi) RES'T.AURANTS. BROOKS HOUSE, NOS. 2.9 and 231 CANAL STREET, (Corner Basin,) X yNew Orleans. This hose, hvingbeen thoroughly reaiotd and renovated, tan will be ready on the first of October. 81i. for tae recep.ion of eanent, transdeno and day hoarders. who will 2 ere bond a Doeo wnwth 0uperlor aNcou0datio.s, and 2 table not surpassed Foy by that of any ouse in he ciy. Flnn ,iro rooms, single or n pairs. Meal hours: Breakta0t 7 0 9. Dinner 2 to. Sup per to 7ý. TRs.&AnD CITY BOTEL. (JOHN J. PRICE-J. F. PIERCE-Do M. A. 2IcLEOD.) I Price. Pierce & Co., Proprietors, GALVESTON, TEXAS. THE LEE HOUSE, No. 78 CARONDELET STREET, F 0g Isnow open to t0e public. None but the beht WINIES and LIQUORS sold over its eo2nter1 . Give ous a call, and test for yourselves. it LATOUR 0 COLTON. PrFooriosrs. l1IIRPHY'S HOTEL-TiE UNDERSI.2NED r FoMProprietors of MurLphy's Hotele No 91 n:1d 0lSt. Charles street,. hereby notilf y the pFublc that they will n it to their - advanta.n to call and see t!hm bellre gsing elsewhere, as they will getthoe choicest oind of 112or2 at tho 2iar. Superioer 00 Dinners ond Moeals of all 1kids at 1 e Ites0rpn.lt, and lT22td4 and Lodging of a superhor quadlity at greatly reduced prices. 20m 0c20 2A1 & Mlel'(:'12.9Y B No. ISI CANAL STREET. ETWEOiN ST. CHARLES AND The Profproeoor reiec0t..ll2 y l1norm tbnl old f2e2ds ,2nd the02 etpcurean world, that the -bobe It2st2rantl up1n roe the0o o 0 22 ac ommol atoin, at , 0 n s2e0 2 op a2.0,20a0n .tha e 40921 1 t1 1e 1 on. leave nothing onlioe to 0:0ure 20 c2r:2t2un2ce 22 t200 repnt2 . I ol the very first R2at:urnnt2 in A ,.r,ca. All th0 delicacies or tl 2 aeoun, with the 2ho1.est lces 2n0; N . L.....ors, al2 ay o 2.. I2d. Wo The Proprielor2, thankful for 2pat f002.,, o.llclt a 0en2tnn ancy of the sums. ,1ODT;1 d MOUT, les'ouiI..IAN' ! .U.... 1 21 T LtOU'FITOULA STREET, r Opposite St, Mary'-o. 21:0t. w0ith9 one s,,,i20 o: the TOoo 2 1 Steamhlp Lwlih:,l9n, , tod NEW 01L1.ANOO.. i pTcrms--f2 perda9. jr~oo-SS 00 . 040. nDN. PrnprlFolo. WAS _SIRINOTON ESCO.OA.-NiSiE, NO. 19 ST. CHARLES STF.UET. NEW ORLEATS, R t Between Coatmnn and (:lmlsl Streets. 0 LE,.NS HOUSE- CLARKE A 0W17211:-Y, t (GEO. 5 ,X'.b9-1). 22. '? t2 . -."'' ) ¢,lra r of tt. .,% . a,..:.. .ttretf.o In Lunc.h ev0ry day fromll to 1 o'ctoek, PA WTTNEK HIP--DISSOLUTION i ft-tpt ,l.rbTMIEHNHIP--ON TIle FIt-S' INStTANT. STS • bFt-LEtH F ..dmttt- a membier o thRlfirrmaof t The nt)I, of the firm will Iheroaflir ho lGREEN , OGLESBY & CO. trOTICE-TFJ FNDFT0SIIN0F.D IIHAVE FORMED A ,p.tr-terbiip ub"drl tile Ittle of SMbTII & RELF, for .. MILTON RELt, Ole*, caner Carondelet an! Graevir streett. ONE NOTICE ................... ... .NOTICE. The Copartnershtp of CHALMERS & BOON was dls oled by m tl. consent on the 0th JTune. A. H. CHALMERS i alone uthoried to liquidate the Ad ffasrs of the concernA. ndi A. H. CIALMEERS. I U. 8. BOON. yours THEP COPARTNERSHIP HEReTOFORE W. ORPR1EW LO., ,. thi day dissolveda by mutual cos. neut. W. CORPREW will orRb thIAe hnRlwn b0e the sne name and atyle W . NORIPREW. O J. N. WHITE. New Orleans, Ottober H. IWO, STOV IsSOLUTION---THE COPARINERSHIP OF loans THOS. C. WALSH & CO. expired this day by mlirt GAl ion. THOg. C. WALSH, tInd New Orleans, Oct 1,18. ARTHUR CONNELL. The C OpARTNESHII IP-THE SUBSCRIBERS HAVE Sormed a coparer Lip under the styIle and firm of IRBY. McDANIEL & GO., for the purpose of transacting a Gen-Hr Sral Commission BuHiness in thti city. lAst JAMES J. IRBY, more JOHN ROBIN McDIANIEL, SR THOS. C. WALSIL New Orleans, O.. 1, 18M. D5SOL.[TIO--TIIE COI'ARTNtRSHIP OF TIIE firn Sunderlignsl,bt. ter te firm of SUTIIERLIN, WtH RIES k CO.. this day explret by ]imitRtion. The unseRttled I I lela of .l fitrm will e cloed by outr tReebtrs. Mesrtos. obtR 3btlorlin, Calaway& U., whobwil, l b gn in R (idatio.b JOItN i. SLTIIERLIN, ECD JAMIES RH. RWARREN JAIES F. IALlAWAY, WE. T. SUTIIHERLi. New Orleans, September 30, 1861. OPAIRTNERESH RI T5t SBCRTR.I S E HAEO F bR I' htiJ t a formedt l a onart n terhi nlr the firm of the L'TIIEP.LIN, CALL.AWA" & tt .. fur tArhe t-naion O E areuerain Cmmlmtsiou Business ib thi.. city. bytb Jlilt- M. SUTHERLIN SJAMES F. CALLAIEAF, New Orlea1-, October 1, l%0. TTIIE PARTNERSHIP IIERETOFORL EN i~tint- ,etween RI. Il. r llddtn and II. MI.eder expiredl-d on the : '.hb o fl pt-l.e teer, 1li6. Either 1 artntr will tt end to the IIquidation of the late firm. II. . - EDDEN, whe II. MAEDER. We. the unLr-iOed. H. Hedden, H. Mneder and Strb . (.el C:nlark hive frmed a copartnerhip, t, take effect from Oct, r e her i Fr. We wil. s heretOt fore, kep a choice supplyn of1 P Fatialy Crouceries. ThBe styl oflur Atrm. "pO I. 1EDADE E & CO., CornR e of Camrondeet and C-mm', M1teetI. N ,O T IC E ...... .... ...................... N O T IC E . wOlE CHARLES FLOYD, Esq., of Richmond, Va, becomes a arter in lmybusmesp fsromnthiedte. Thestyle of thefirm wRill be T F. WALKER & FLOYDN THOMAS F. WALKER. New OrlennsJlnt October, 1 5f. o N A,,. CllHS. 5 . A ArILEY HAS AN INTEREST A in my houI from September 1, 186. 11 GEO. G. O.ARNER, F t No. 63 Common and 61 Canal street. Rew Orlbans. Oct1Fer 1, l18'6. A I tEVN ADMETTED MY SON, C. LR. AITKENS , t , ab i t..A'br t RhebbRAine -, will he cr It ned iier the F .titu, oti S. AITIiENS & SON. J.S. AITKENS.I O,:tTFerAR, kER hr COPfEfTItRNEtIIIItP-COPT L RTN)'t-b I t S The under.,ii'edhave formed a Copartneraliip. under the I'l etyieof McCO)B & HARDY, for the transaction ef a 1'la ;eneralI'rvtiton and GrocerytBusines, at No. 33 Natchez ca s;eet. W. F IcCOMIBS, cRc. Septemberl, 166. P.H. FAFRDY R Lo. T HE CNPDETILEXNA EN ITAE FORMED A d RI RI mt- n rNhip under thstyle I, SZIYIANSKI & CO.,I f'rthe purpr'sw of storing and eo:npresthnu Cotton in tile a evmaneIIi Sew Cotton Prone, corner of closet and .,evee of, steteS, Ttird District. It. R ZYANSR1. tI E. T. PARKIER. SAl orders left in oar box at No. tS Union street. at the office of 3tlerra. williasms, Nixon & Co., will be promptly at. S tended ln. New Orleans, Sept. let, 1866. NOTICE-HAVING WITHDRAWN FROM BUSI ness. myson H. W. KLOFPENBURG sueceeds me, and wil continue the business in hls name, the undersignea re. smaining in tile frm as partner in commendum. New Orleans, June 29,186,. in HE OOPABTNERgI HP BPEXITING BETWEEN so TA. R. Montgomery and James A. White, uaderttr " -me end etvle of MONTGOMERY & WHITE, In ths city, wall b mutnua consent dissolved on the 17th of ay, 1864. Either f the pataner will attend to the liquidatlon of its affair,. • R, MONTGOMERY, New Orleans, 235d A..WJHTeb. -tS UINDmIRI6NED WILL 00 "TNUOE THi htnetn of the late bem of Montgomery & White enC c owan cmmg JAMES A. WHITE, New Orleans, 3 Jute, 1. 15. FINANCIAL. CALDWELL ASHWORTH, T BANKER, ift S Wall Street, New O orkl. S (vernmoeat Securitie, c aI nod Goll bnnht ano sld on Bt:ii- s .-i~u. Bil m Union Balk of Lododl, nn lrl:ts on Lmpirc. Reipresented in rew Olrleall.sIv J h AMS I WRKIGHT, 42 Union Street. J AtES WREGIrHT, COIMISIION IMERCIIANT, 42 rolos Street, New Orleans. Foreipl nn,1 Dnmestie Exchtanel bought nnal sold. Advance umade os tontmgnnete to A. R IIeI,,ter & SBro., Liverpool. Hurl Ciald-ll Ashworth, NO. 8 1W01 street, rP ew 1 ork, BURIKE & CO., toLENDY BUBKE, GEO. BACON BURKE, CARNEAL BURKE.) Balkera--NO. 54 Crsmp street. Denors i in Foreign aod Domestic Exllatlge. Collection uade, and remittanc.,D 1romptly altendrlai to. Dr.,w on Merhuants' NationI Bauk, ew York, Bank of Liverpool, En~lIod. ADVANCEB ON CONSIGNMENTS OF COTTON, Tobai.o, Staves. Tallow, Western Produce, ate., to my frien Kn New York, Boston, Liverpool, s re, Bordeaux, ond the Westn 1udi. OSCAR BEROIER, A WN. 8 Magazlne strat, up staln. M. J. A. KEITH & CO. BANKERS, SELMA, ALABAMA. Collectionsonn tble and neighboring polntsasolicited. Rmlt. n' tance. promptly made to correspondents. n Betser to--City BaSnk; F. L. & R. A. Johnsoni Alston A l Fourner; North, Brush & Mason; BLmesMI Wad & Co.; Jun r S H1arri, New Orlseans. a, ULERF a TWIOHELL, (GEO. RULEFF, T. O. TWIOHELL,) Dealers In Exehonge, Gold and Ullverl i UNGURRENT BANK NOTES, STOOKS, BONDS, uo INSURANCE SCRIP AND GOVERNMENT VOUCHERS e 12 GRAVIER ST., New Orleans o HEWITT. NORTON a co.. WILL MAKE CASH ADVANCES ON CONSIGNMEINT th TO THEIR BRANCH HOUSES New York and Liverpool. I Omie,151(Old Nsmberl COMMON STREET. JEWELRY. B. IER ................................... . IED 1 No. 2I CAMP STREET. UNDER THE CITY HOTEL. t Jewelr, Watches. llver and Plated Wage rT -soLn As·.T roa SEMMONS' BRIZILIAN PEBBLES. TnRGold Watches, in dnntinglCoase,dunmo mountd ard nc.-rav1ed, best makers; rich Sets, Brne-lets, Pnls anid Ear ri npsul Dlismold, Amethyst, Coral, Ouyx and Etrnasc.n Gold, 18 kIart Gold Oulrd and Vest Chains, I1test pattems; Sleeve Buttons und SItns of every variety and best workmnmdip,. Genta..' eerlt d M-o,ule Pine, v1rion doetgu; Slveor sad Plated Sets, Table and Tea FP1rk and Spoon s. CUp, Gblti.. Nspkin ilugs, Custore, eta.; Pocket 1 d Table Cotor' , test makers and anperior qul ldolly ks Ofleso nd Mantle, in BIroa.e. Marblesnd Wood. ,, I peetacle.s, Gold, Silver, Sitee! o'nd hell moi.uted. I.e pirtitul;r aCtkntlu of tios needing " !help to read" re. 1etfully sollcAted to :SRnmnorb' CS Bra:lnl PeC: ile, the bert S? Inl1 .gl..sse tlhat al.,ould be n.ed. Now Pebhl;'es resttil oiu :wmes. P1'ar! tiul:arttenti.lona ldtioreolrlng atcberaud Ns=*rer , ".o A M P N 'I Y t,' R:T. nr der the Cllv It, l. N T*II . V KU DE aO C I.--JOHN E. HYFIR, ED. J BOOKER,) STEAMBOAT AGENITS oenSrai UofSslaslon 0ud ForM - odllo I.oa. o. 115 1 dlObN tTREET, Newo rl, ,n, :.al 's' r,, n-1, , otnnaUl attentten :_litf to thOe c:.lat:tor, (.OOKING STSVES. STOVES........... STOVE ............ TOVES. 20 A GOOD COOKING STOVE -ta DRl ONE OF THE MOT NECESSARY AND DESIRABLE Articles of Household Reoeomy, And, if properly managed, will promote the health, comfort, andbappmen of every member of the famiy. TIME, MONEY, and extreme VEXATION by dehlys of your daily meals, may be saved by using the Charter Oak Cooakin Stave. over TEN THOUSANd) of these celebrated COOKING TOVES are in daily use throughout the ity of New Or eans. Every one of them has been sold under a FULL GUARANTEE, and we ofer them ar referene wherever ound The Improved Charter Oak Stove, with Extension Top, Hae but ONE DAMPER, and is so simple in its ctaetlon that a child can manage it. The OVENS are larger, Bake more uniform, and the Stove heavier than any Cooking Stove of corresponding se ever made. The Hot Water Reservolr Boiler forniehe a constan esppfy of Hot Water at all hours of the B day, and for hors after the Bre has been extinguished, with. -nd aut additional cost for FUEL, a pretical llustration of the ha ECONOMY In using the CHARTER OARK. n The Befleetor Grldiroen, original with the Charter Oak, and used ton no other stove the most perfeet manner to BROIL Meats and Poulty, where by the offensive odors arising from mee s during the proes of C broiling are carried up the pipe, and JUICES of the Meatse prese'red. C The Hot Closet in which MEATS and PASTRY are kept WARM for hours when there has been a delay at meals, besides enabling the cook to furnish a greater variety of dishes e desest., and place them hot upon the table. The Charter Oak Stove willdo one-third more baking in a given time, and uae 25 per cent. less wood than any other stove now made. RICE BROS. A CO., Sole Agents, 93 and 9 Camp street, near Poydras, and 565 Magazine street, near M.3gtnoie Market. Warehouee, N"e. 91 ndd 99 JuliaCreelt. AT PER.Y'S OLD STOVE HOUSE, 141 POYDRAS STREET (Between Camp and St Charlee Ste) For Sale, GOOFlat Top Diving Flue Cooking Stoves. (ll of the same general c'eracter, bet differingin ornamen tation, nd in their names.) For twetyeears t havetbeen selling and contnueeto sell Lhee Ot1 tiXTO AWAY" stoves twhie, under the names of Charter Oakh. Sriiiitr , I'eerleen, Olve BrSneh, Magee aed tea o ih.a en e th emrket, the priees ry.En with the ecceinnt of Fpethctech stote ehereteeied. and not edeeteetn al ci hl:atone of them hk over thenoher. The St '' or tOEMOCC bTOIE. under the names of.eouthern Star, Queen eftihe Soth". Mustang, tride ef the East, Plantees Ceet, Plantstiottn andethernacese I have, also in great variety. coal and eood eRlr Franktlius, aed atewof our Tight oodd Scovene laregeniod ell box, aned Ta Plte ltietope, Steve Pipe. etc. I du not ciim any pecularmert itn being able to bhol eeats broil h teans and to preserve ther Juies, to keep eater hot at il timee , or to roant et in our stove, aspeoploe of conmmon senee know that all cooking stoves wilt enable one to do tchat and they know also, that " a rose by uny other name o ld sll a eet," and that before they bhy, they emay all at I'ERY's, Ott Poydras street, and ave $5 in the pureesst of ~ ~ a te MEDICAIL. iOUT1].RN TONIC-SOUTHERN TONIC Feny Comte After several years of eeeess1 trial both in thli city and BLs in the country. it treues of a number of persons he iave been benefitedby lIe use, we have concluded to pre- Orde. sent to the public att A Southern Toni.e And trust that they may not regard it as a Quack Medicine. Eefore venturing to give publicity to this Tonic. the re elipewas shownctoeseveralof the most prominent physicians of this city and pronounced by them an excellent Tonic. The recipe wil be showe to any respectable phyeician who may desire to see it.S Unlike the many remedies that are offered to the public, this Tonic does not cure every disease. All tlmt it claims iits wonderful power of RESTORING TILE FUNCTIOIS TO THEIR NATURAL CONDITION after hving been embarreassed by disease. This TONIC is prescribed by Physicians In the following INTERMITTENT FEVERS, BILLIOUS FEVERS, DYSPEPSIA, DEBILITY RESULTING FROM ANY CAUSE, Prlee-81 per Bottle. SRI Were t necessary certiicate fter certiicate could be ap pended to thiue from well known citizens, but we deem it use less. Sold by all Druggists -rEPAR~D BT S. R. CHAMBERS, DRUGGIST, Corner Liberty and Erato streets. ANOOSTURA A.ROMATIC BITTERS. PREPARED BY DOCTOR RIEOERT, AT ANGOSTURA (NOW CIUDAD-BOLIVAR.) Tihee bitler do not only dietineiolh themselres by their lnvor rand rcumnd icoder sove ai others generally ued, hilt areal thhesae time an excellet tunic, and an ;efl.ce eaei [ eticlcc!t to incite i he appette They are princil y used thn : nour Ilalf a talespoenfc l in a wiueglas, mix It with rum, wine or ether lquor, and take it before breakfast or din ner, or at tiny other hour of the day if y-ou should feel inclined the-can Ikewiste tie ied in sugar and ewater o syrup, a tes compoled they have an agreeable taste and are more eitlce lir Iiesd d hitidcron. They re moreover an excelE lent remedy er removing indigsetion flatuleeey, hysterical and hypchundrine attacks, culiceh, cuR. ptees of the stoLatch and diarrhea whilch orighite front weaknesls and relaxation of the ddgetile organs. In such cases the deel from hlf to one tablcepouniul, according to the violence of the attack and uybe tlaken, mixed as etroe mentioned or pore once or tseveral tice per hoar or in the ,oure o eeltihday entltthedis ccc di-eplpars Besedes their etreme eeo lneiece in the curc eo lfver e d ague, they tre eso ae exeellent pereevattl e ragnl the sfoiresri'd maladies ; in the former ee t dose i Tee e the deee Ms nORI frome haf ct onte taidle eeonful either mixed as above , and to Ie caken two, three. fcer or mere times during the day whtle Sthe patient is free from fever; in the hater case adapt their rineipe-l eppeicatlon accrdltng to the pueret use of bitters. t en e dmindstered t ciblideren abovetwo years ol, the dcse hould be fron tewoty toc sixty dryps in roporltiou to the age. In line. they can be pliele with suecctss for the improvement of ew nrui, by using, two tIhles eouful of itterls to et.tch g llnn o "ll, t. d thlll they rcmuv- its bad smell ad acrid itcate, yivien it ilalcdileeye an ugretbcIce flavor sellar to old Besides the ,above metioocd tdvanttgeout qualities ct theie i teri, they are ofc c tst irportant e.ervittas a rem Sedy agedcc filIt Asiatic Chxleranec Chclerli. n every instance wl'e they ilind een emplcyed with e splendid ecceess. In eca. caes the l.c dlse it if e or tc t blesponlintl, repetling tie mc.i every deyi three or ifour tinmes, until a iavorabl resit ishtcmied, iehich is ery -flen ecerieced. For we ne anld ellrcilen, tcLe doses ailte e eCnsmceler Iii proporci)cce tO thelir uu anld cat yetittnn, andt tio cbae t ne mixed ith good wil, ircuily, or cire. Theiir ordinary ddauly ue as bitt., Is :d ycraccily fiud tc hc a preecvati cc agacdinst thlee eccecid :hd lecc icutd iu, oui . ,r" Nor scci by W. I. IIENNINGI & Ct., d ciy ? Camp stet,c SdAl cA gcut, in Now rlcans. UN 1)ER TAKERS. . R. CONDORN, rt UNDERTAKER. 24B .tttcaetetne Street, coreter Delord. Stcaicc Burial :. as cn CU et t ftif ;llg cie mid satln luned. Al, S Mlehec.lc. ihieh Wlncct ted Pi.'u Cl-Sn,, and dine caces. Bo.t.,.. ;.lanter er and clefllil," slhppped. All orders i.ro,etlet; i:tncicl eI.o. -CIl l At; iEit'O H tIyE, , &tr Sh .t W t PIIPSI LIP we ac UNDERTAKERS AND EYBAI}MEP.:. Naeo. i9 Itmpert Strceet, (late Circul.) betweenComon antd l , ldraG`vir .r.. ' Hcving a crec variety cf COPI'INB and NETALLIC BU iidcl, CASE., t:;tc.her with ihearsces, tarrincea sci a Iarce t", ieiccer teete redtxecu e lordcn In their line dit `-`" titre nn ta . M r Datmrnn SY'r IL,1,s 4 BEEN P.ROVEtD U ACITUAhL TRIAL BY NUMEROUS PERSONS IIHERE AT HlOME TIIAT S GREY JAOKET BITTERS e i .. -i "..y relie,, ý _.-ers from Dyspepsia. and reinvgi rUaeil ctit edtiou cl.. "'.D,1c y the climate. , Retail Grocers and Drugyis.s J. (4)NE(+AL'S COLUMN. 20 ......ST C. U XLin CA&M rrTtzwr.. DRUGS, MEDICINES, CHEMBICALS, PAM OU 9"" D* E 3A m* PE g aW a No. E U ~ E, E T , NE o Ira x an. os1AB SO I'AFZs to SM.O' and NEW DPUGU, .4 t.dada I. *6 Iwo ý . band, IW ao wpnpqfd le uswhytb.s 1 r, wantsol ofhe DRUG 03*35013 03 Tb.ol1o1.gW1S.4minaaW S,45gupg.;·a Adds, .11 k3.d., bd. Balsom Copbla , Cq1kduU. Slose Nash B5, Be Brau, 3sw3.*, Cale011, BOW.3, o,~ T..aooan Canthoradek comes on crLamdO.r. 3.14,r, indigo, Call.Yfi Bore LicoriceJNSP Llcorle Boot L~asarendia Maddr, Ma, Musk, 214rhl* RntnupOplaw, t'inlckaflvr. Quillen Boltenstoa ., Rbllo ut Sulphur, Pamimacolu Toots, Bring Epsom Belts. T.p,.13.o Varnish, Wremwrla o8 Eth.r. Nitric PPP. Emry PA~W, Etbhr, ulphmby1, Emey, 1, ad , Gamboge, 8at~ateses havl OlaA,.blo,. eadp G nm Arabi, ~ tBeal, rosad Gum Ben3031, GIngw, r Ga 81,2. GGm 5.11... Gaza Myrb. SamOampbsa Hop., OGlu, Oil Brgamot. Btrb'egfrsa Oil, Cad 01we, sble.. tOil Auk,, f Oil, CodLiAvr. dark, o. 0 1,,,a. Oil, 010. Plan and qua55. O11, Cowe, OIL, Lsam h 013OLas.. F pper, blak, 01l, Fpsyalmt, otabs, ObloWt., Oil0 Winlteog.e, Pilpt, Peppet.r,1.s, d atpetre, Poison, Ioldd* i Sno., Bb..arb. Soap, C.AB" 5.10.1u of Song. Bank, In lm andbot "o Alum, godsiarbm1te iu Soda, Sal. Whit.Was. Pooy Goods. Coboot, Bra-book Oologou, HK..4eraka.Ezrsi Pomdsda, 7baewkog, 1.11,0 Articles, Pd..alP..4law3.in Pd Sp.plain sond hi., Pat NaIIo. gSa ho 0,d Oootee,11d from S hol .e o0 .n13 aw I .lkb pwthin ottontilo. JAMES 00535*1. 0 Eb ObU a,0urlSb ne. Ib UJSBEiE nsa rho SUPERIOR OLD CABINET BRANDY,. ION IMEDICATNED dug3 AI UNEQUALbD 313YED0 70 DIARRHEA. /U MUZ CGMPL.SJ'T' CHOLERA, CHOLERA MORBUS, GRIPING PAINS IN TUB MGWflH CHRONIC DLBBRHEA. IIse hlihll approved by the M4dl1cl Jsmoty N'or Chance St Water and Dtot THE CABINET BRANDY . Ha Saab wd with amasS ;nnpa alted in~ te IR put Twenty 1wr, In Gags of DIA3ABBHEAI jJoIOaA KONBUB, 00.IO. etaO _ n' SOLD BY ALL DR3000ST108. AI EYVNEN BOTTLE W AREANTD. ' IMI3 i n ':': .. · OELRBB~ATT D,~ eo~DnP BITTERS AYUBS~tYVEOTTAýý'IOoaO. ;, Invigora~tnb andl--S Sfuthea: e Fortifieas thaqtm lga .gatthe1 Ovs.aU elgte of at watr.. For700G0all pte, f the wdo.l LP CENITAL DEPOT-AmoedM0n BDpawa JaUdU"S q ,nd 1 lndeon lures, Now York. Ilonefoctn--8-Bed n 4 ~ ldo tUaG 11.1 : Teat BoftytB, iop N. SOLE AGENT, .E J. G0NEGAI WHOLESALE' D eT, 01 ·Iar