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Chat.e- 1c, n. itof lIii' h t of .\ttm rican org lmid, i-, ,, ' , ~ a . nrarl ,Ay, of chol era, aged lr'-: y: r-e .> Ther-ea gt-t, a -.,t ..thary of i20,000 a year froee the pr olt, t' ci the caft where he sings, li besides hen-ti-, ,hli= l It ia rumoreit i t !tei the Empress Charlotte it of liexsic l.n l-l : oit, the Weat India mail w steamler at St. Nai.aire, lw.- wits waited upon by w an Austrinn f'eInetiltry of high rank, who pro ceeded to break to her, is gontly as he might, the awful otdings of Saul ra and Kunndiggratz, and the dt actual reine and collapse of the Austrian empire, i SI am not at all :lep'iedel to Ia'r it," quoth tile Emplre Crharlotte; ' I warned those stepid peo- , pile at Vi"enna ilat tic- elld of taie would be long di ago." And so her iljeety took train for Paris. is Bomle bird inl tle air ctarried tie matter to Vienna, f and the Mexican epilress was given to understand that she wouhll not ie a welcoml e guest at Vienna. It While tile Paeefic railroad excursionists were en route iup the Mi-couri river, on tie steamer Denver, Mr. l(i er;e F-reet i Train was challenged a to a Chine.se dane, whliC lie agreed to perforlm, provided one of the n gIlos would consent to it follow hirs gyratiee a:.i genuflections. If he de pended upon t!le ohslnehss of the AfIricans to make his tender a rittt iticc hit e Wa is diatppointed, for e a cllicatt eh.lll iI am .tlaralward nitll confronted I t the lli litiltart ( a C. iial. The C(inesa dance, accol,-e- to L t' , ot i - of squttting and o throwtitt In., oe:it, e i t: ,, t i:or thle othller with tillturi'-1t.i- -ip li e tihe amts are -lternately nthn , in , , , oI. ,, o a , aro l down. wh ttioll ,n ta;-'".' +, 0 , ''1,,' .11rw. an at thin staltil , ,i i,,. all the iatea litent that att,' e, i~> , n r .: " 1, 0hi - up1a ioul. -----~~---I n P'.. it Biele -l,, - - -"; .i . , a , i tti.l it Ai, ti elt, i--. " , , t ,ati Rsie laile, near nt-ae : _ -rl,' . .c I.; ] ,I' f hro lao ' ed, tie . --,- i c" ' itia olf. ,,Ie1te n ath ia it, "l:, . ' i;.:ut ilia w ,ro i re al.:,, : , ;.'... .t , a.. by ti:.li ie I gn ore,l, ]?d [, 't',: I -int clt;,. a a- -.ii ° t a" , - , tle letire p n tock to ah iu. ' - a o tht y r oll Te in an unTiiichlcr sa tctll. " e, r. t 'IIt ir -ll Ieirr kmari o wags iln Eic it a l itiý.lt n ' en a.tone Wi . bei wne, l. e t -.e l:.,. , n"1,-r ie n .prcei ount les9 a, i; n -!- a,t- ! t'-, ,,l - nitioer of tus, where the ; g veetation. wheat it . ;:- , a d o.[.a , iln Collin county. W e are 1 ir, 1 t:, r - tl',m IrIon the north, bu I t; , t',- I - ,''t n f , t} ' ;:t, though our farmrer are 1 ; " , f 'r " t":et d.nly'. 'litw weather has been too dry for w.v,, o ,Ianting to any extent, and but little i5 up,--[l 'ia: lierald The Lirrison ,< 1 ',_,crdl that two negroes, enl/l!: ,;ei1 on alI :taltion a few miles from Mar shall, pi,:kedy,'--,, etively, in the course of ten hlnurd and forty mitnltes, 1-2 and 4°3 pounds of Cotton. The Antin lntelligencer say,: It wo"1]H1 see- th it G;overIIor Throckmorton will not wait fot tie" lti+)n of General Sheridan, in authorlzei ty the re".e.llt act of our legislature on th e pah2,"t. MI:wo.-Thi T,n:,,w:e is tfleeraphed from mon Wase:igti t at, Lari-vni!te Journal, under date hors of th" i; it Thie Itol> ws :<,", r ':. i received here to-day, no and i,,,itirn l. t a.:. l.- ne tain, d it the one e lun to Mitaiter Ilti , . pl li- i :d this norning: has C(oN-tmlt. nlL ,. L. S. no AE1nRICA, corn Si; : I hive ti h i.i I rnlform you that Maxu- man mnillitu 1t th. City i Mexi,' e on the 22d inst., en suel ront-, for i)'izil,. Ine Trhis a r , lri.l1 I n n'aioing 2,500,000 hard te si!veri f1,-lu- .:t ;11 to f lrom the City of Mex- cove ice. ThIi cn" e i -lrame l1)000 troops of the his I French experti io i th- -,:ti. and I ant htformed cel that ,emleoti'', n i a .i ,lo..tld ol.l the road be- 1I tween Oriz l'i l lin I tin ty. With tuch respect, the your m ost tblcbhe, .t vi ate re l:lill .l . llllslllilO. tl 11010 lieg-t-- R:E U. Elr-Ti: .ta -lrocs AT A' e*rLaoI.-Messrs. the J. I, Waltnn& I,-loiM. real estate and stock wlo auctihllli q. rqi-:r-t the attentie of capitnalists th and other, t tthe laige anii important sale tilery R will mnake to-day at tilie Merclhants' and Auction- do er' ,ixc.hange. egucining at 12 'cloek, ser +ý-- An, Our readers wiii ilt forget the snle this day at in I the Merchalntli and Auctioneers Exchange, by Miessrs. Girardevy i Co. As will be seen by their cal destriptive advell rsements, they will sell that wh valuoalie three story brick store forming tile corner des of Magazitei and .,l0ydras street, No. 165 Poydras ben street; that ileasant ldwelling No. 173 Washington Th Avenue,loppo~ht- Mri. Burnside's residence, and dni other properly. sto o.~ -- _- sin Nelligan & Naih li this day, November 10, at e 12 o'cleck u., at the Mierchants' and Auctioneers' de Exchange, Royal street, between Canal and Cus- ch tomhouse streets-and where there is a splendid tu opportunity for ivestmellnt now offered to capital ists-a valuable improved lot of ground, in the oh Fourth District, tiogether with a line brick, slated, Co cottage house, and two story wooden house In the El rear. The above property is eligibly situated, in be a good neighborhood, and in close proxility to it city cars, being No. 2al St. Andrew street, between Camp and Coliseum streets. Capitalists should not fail to attend, as the sale is positive and with- T out reserve, on account of departlre. Also, at cr same timle and place, two valuable building lots, so in the town of MllcIonogville cu 0account of de- Se partnr.. Aalso, five valuable building lots, mi the di Thirl !istrict, close to the Illayou Iroad cars. For fu:thiel articulars, see adverti,:oments Inaur- i tion '.,thns.er yll ------ t -int- toi Fiull::r tIo!tIis.- Ti.he T Avaltlanhe of the Sth has ot t ,'give .,,ota-Ce "'-look yesterday morn sdo t , , , - --c.l t . : l. ii'V e b- -l, h l-, l , c rrt str et ,l n e a rt l isoone t.t t.nI , -i u .id .1 1 le l , lr i lili d hii oard it,,,j I, .tih ,,,"r,: I1·I1 t tai d -,,l fo" t e"it t illl ii, hi lll llrlli-i of a ouiiiillre ton .cdettc. "t7i werefI Sot . 1oi , r tit ". , ,, . lilinOa - - - i 00,c-l--a a tolm ti'.-o ll vlll.d but yr .'fmBibbl n Ilan Libe .... t , it tt i tt -Macoy, in tIhe dai tr ly t lrl i i d h ipl lll l l w-a-s--- -C- of u llo r.ous0gehii-lh-.lnewll lodigi'-ugs ladl ' ' Nil: caiu v I.t.c i i. -r Il '.. 1',:... 11,. ;. nl]E. 'iAlin II. hw "I. , l iielry 1 0 D.'l E ir "Hi , 1kar Si-r i nt aw;i. tht yonu hve little time to read, nmioth 1 ,. to i erll w.r, letteri relating tl Ilatters niot iciiLcctd With your oflicial dulies, ald i wouldl not obtrude this ipon you lut from a OSnsei of duty to one who haint been my political light ad guidle for near forty years. Inut I will bie as biel n , possible. (In Tlieodayevening, September 25, 193,, a neltting of llcpobliciiao was hnld in this place, iwhicli wa ilildressed by lion. Juohn Hickmlnan, who, after a few intrloditory remarks, said "l'hls nation is ruled by two drunkards and a wonman. Andy Johnson and William II. Seward are lboth drunkards, and they are bondpletely un dtier the control of a vile and vicious female who has access to the white house by night and by day when good Union men are denied admittance. P She wields the applointing and pardoning power as slie pleases. Johnson and Seward are always lrunk, and site is alway bawd. The white house is a den of vice." Near the concluaion of his speech; he used the a following langnage: " Who originatcd the plot to assassinate Lincoln may never bhe known to a certainty. Men nod a woman have been hung for it; I tell you that Andy Johnson is base enough for anything. Yes, I repeat it-Andy Johnson is base enough for anything." fhe abnove was uttered in a public hall filled to its utmost capacity with ladies and gentlemen, I and in a tone aad mianner calculated to make deep impression. After the meeting was over I asked Mr. Tick mn if lie had proof for his assertions relating to tht lewed woman, etc. iIe replied that the proof waiq allunidanit. I have convncr ed with many of tile people who were prc t, a: d hlioei tllll-d Jllt very feiw whoI doubt the truth if Hiektiin's etate-e.nte. hley isay " lie wvlld not dnri to nlake oIch dcclara tions ifl they aere unot trli." tA itize, of this plc who waat a i repnblican rteeting in West ('hesteir oin M cunday eveingI , Iet. 1, e1on, ill.lnl-~ lme that Hickman said to a very iln-igated the illir,1,.r o lf il hlet; that hc l:el','W," or word, to thal "trti.c huc- , i, tile u ecl' ioneu'ing now in vogue A ever youi r true f111- n . ' l 1 EJii' tlititdtN Iti:I'-ýcr3I:\Tr Of F'lTr . ) t ;c n th t il t llin ell-o n, ) .. ; i -1' - ti ate l le d ll y o lu'tde kiwi ;t'tuhentl y,,u hIa'. 'vanife-tic - ic ct rs ti:; o ii. i y irn' letier vn the: inh file t, Io Ilt.rt t i,,t bly 'u l llllllil' ll, l y rl ,i-e rue a relll it <fde ',i' n -l 1 r " ",+.ch, , ald.- I ln l Y m UFli',h o ir : o f the i're idleut l thf it ninied otalte, and al>, - t rti 3leinne il ,foll lt oi: ..... I pe[ e O lant friz"lu to. li ...r. f"o l e\ rd < t-ld t tli '. I l,, aonsl nlo r,- ie. Thel - oll. . ' i.of -i.l.,. ocn t ii ed St',1, 0- lie o t . t a t illh a 'tle ellor the hief l , to h-:rave 1- .t n t l rlid: f Thl' sel r ,iletp ll ttiil .e id rlh t it itav 'L htue- laihl oh inti. chi ,so om I o ta r a I 1:,'-,Ian t a, co a~ l ' t ] i 1 oeinly a ilen-,try I" upo " tht e tI h po j.ul t:lbrollve the rI gh tey, il y til ll trii ptie id l Dhay -ctor t -', . io rI by ia, t Who' I, aii~r I t.i, bo, t o':, l t a i l S t110:1 ilo ,' Un r liitid br yisr i her liit l nlt- 't tihe tiu.'l of her final litrec t hier rl. Ia11-i -i 1 ' t1 ic I, uilly n }li tiiir c't t iii ofi ti i i lyi i, lihi+tii u t'luli re si.t ti lcId.lIle fut, ,"it l' t t ]a;' ,itl+ halt ly b-i :till, ingerl ril det"l. t h n', .it. v roin ,Aetholt lin- InV : ni, -c -t it. ii. -..-e:i o Miv . 1 --el-'tell t' t.--- tnee aiarn the rolc t h-tr..el.ni, -,i ovCe.trae 0 w1icc took pdace at the ei'e-dece try : d ei-o Sannthia Cagle and her sit,,li, went loet to ytii i hl-s] , iotendingt to LJov all ait, r nights ride. They secured the honl., (a very 0e0nle, tractable one) aed bridled nibn, and 31i-t of' brltel lead him towards the house. From sfore cause or of ker ekoi goe nuady nly became restive, alo gave 51i:- S.unetha, wioo was walking behind, la violently khi upon thoe teble, Juct above the right eye. baloy dertn'ing tvoe skulla aioetor i. iufnorna g that there is a loss of about one-half oncc of l rain, andthiere ialo near three-n urths Thursday aftercoon, and great hopes were enter tnied of her fanal recovery. f -~- -- ti's, Le Petit Journal has curious stories sometimes. This is one: Lately a traveler passed in a carriage along the Avenue de Neuilly: the night was dark; all at once the orse 'topped, and the traveler saw that the animal had met an obstacle. At the same momnent a utan raised him-allf from before the horse, uttering a cry. " Why don't you take or cares' said the traveler. " All," cried the man. nas you would do better, instead of hallooing, to lend r me your lantern." ' What for?' " I had three Ini hundred france in gold on my person; my pocket de6 lhas broken, and all is fallen on the street. It is a nd commission with which my master has intrusted me. If I do not find the money I am a ruined man.'" " It is not easy to find the pieces on such a night; have you none left?" "Yes, I have one." "Give it to eme." The mann esi tated. "Give it to me; it is as a means of re- At, covering the othlers." Te pour devil gave hinm and Ihis last cin. Tie traveler whistled; a magnidi cent Danish dog began to leapt around him. " Here," said the traveler, potting the coin to the nose of thle dog, "look." The intelligent creature snuffed a moment atthe money, and then began to run about the road. Every minute he or returned leaping, and deposited in the hands of his master a napoleon. In about twenty tmnutes tihe whole sut wes recovered. Tile Ioor fellow, who had got his money back, turnted full ot thanks towards the traveler, who had now get into ihis carriage. " All, you are my preseeerver" said he, " tell te at least your name. "1 have I done notling," said tle traveler. " Your pre- v server ia my dog: his name is Rabat Joie." And then, whipping lhi horses, ten dislappleared in the darkness. DEATH OF AN ENTIRE FAUIL.Y.--W are seldom called upon to relate a more distressing case, t whereby a whole family have been removed by death, than haptpened in Columbia within thepat so few days. The particulars, as far as we have been able to glean them, are as follows: Oun Thursday evening a child, aged fourteen months, I daughter of George and Elizabeth Yeckley. was taken with cholera mfantum, and died in convul sions. During the same night the mother was tseized with cramp and vomiting, and also severe w diarrhea. Ste continued is this condition until ina Friday night, when she gave birth to a still-born ph child. On Sunday morning George Yeckley, the d hunsband and father, was tahken sick. and tiled at I9- '. rt. of the same day. He was buried on Mon day at 2 a. a., with the hlonors of war. being an e old soldier and a member of the National Blues, of Colmlbia. At 5 t . a.., on the same day, his wife, e Elizabeth Yeekley, departed this life, and witt her death the family became extinct. The mlottier of Mrs. Yeckley is lying dangerously ill, with but o little prospect of recovery. i [Lancas ter tP.) Intelligences. S THE ROTreSCILDS' SUIT FOR THE RECOVERY OF It Tonacco VALUED AT $2n10,000.-- u the hustings , t court to-sorrow will he calledt for trial one of the it , suits brought by the Rothsahilds to recover pos - session of a large amount of tobacco seized by t John S. ,Loomis, treasury agent, as Coniederate property, ander tihe act of Congress relating to v captnred and abandoned property. The presetl rs a an ctsu brlugt ag linst tihe warehose ikeep ern but the United States steps ill and defends the suit ins thie nnlre of tile goverI mnst. The a other two seits are iu clascery and have been bIroughl t in tile circuit coul t, Is the trial to-lotr rerow lion. t. H. CIhaoller and Judge :tines appear for tihe Iuited Setaies. and at essres. u1hie asnd e t'rssuel for telt, other side. Tile itllse dlsildls fih t tr applied to the secretary- of state r o tile release e"I of this ebaecc,but lie decided it ast a nllatter d- u de r his conurol, te ld re'ferred the lipliatiýn to tile se 'retary of" the treasury. Mr. ,te-s'ulhl hheld e5 thtl, hohile g enll seized, tile tslehac meu mssat be "re .o:2r tecs, t under e'tet. e ssIe t r ,lsl es i' Islets 'l Tld Iy gernmle nt aerlnntad vinld tate thle lt.w and ir' aot+ lt d theu remtedy in notiPonl in tLe eonrt of nI "ls e. thtte ou t l e .T eing to thi t a ltelsitle e I "g contro ernep is an junct i, by whinih, mpt Y i l e " tile tl a man trap," isc tie itle hiaeen on the me p..sictaie e of a pretty hif of Heerlta nging her curls e-I i s.t'hidsti may snut'ceed is r their suits in clfe date lr e c eati s sut umle l tse re!insg of sr. sct 'ulhllchl it a dielitmelt to see what s'osdl lee5 s s w' ,! do thies . 'liev govermuent cats halys viol tsise tis law end '- surren ier tite property i s obedience to the order tor oe asy State court. The value of the property in hiee coutroversv is stated at shbtt $20,tlll0e. "S etting u man trats' is thte title geiven on tie me ysictute ef a pretty young lady arranging her curls at a mirror. ItIAUi t INi:IbWE 'L To an Eullghtened People. I have been induced to puot the above styled preparatiun before the public from the well know [act, thtt tn no way have people or this and even other couutriy o been so much imposed upon, asby the comparatively worthless compounds for the HAIR, bringing ig their train a long list of sad reu' ts. The btlman heir o an elongated epidermic appendage, a part of the bohuma rystem, ant should, to produce beneficial result', be treated scientifically, a s any other part or tune ties of the system. Its esmential structure eonsists of an .soemblnag of epidermic celos lt the bottom of a otlahk-shapd t follicle or seed vessel, supplied with blood by ressels distrib- l uted to lt walls; t It made up of a root from which THE HIAm IS DEVELOPED, And a ste or lshaft ontiO.ou with it, the oot ebibil.o a hulbo. enlrgemenot, whichb, with te lower part of the stem, t. inclosed in a formato of t granular cells. The bottom of the follicle or seed vessel is occupied by L a paplila, or germ, upon which the hbai retts; a compound sell ar vi.iele tile true germ of tilhe lir. lere, then, lies tile seat of tle disease, whih causes gray Hlur, to foll out, Hair and the blod which Uaopplies these seed vn:-lse be, ýi Ia `I viscid maete, or tilled wlth hutmEor ilsprenlartes there seed ves Iell w oith it unltlthbt ,lotto i h(ie, h, that to ,Keti au en0tire relovatiou u, the ate ,t the hair, we uu-b t dlOlt beiu ere. Tihe Growth of Halr Takes plae te rt th d- ment of nowo c ol l t c'. o,, 'I"I'0 0 oldb bLe , pro.ot el f ,r ar d St. IW r he c.i. el, nted Pi the stein. t t- keep It Te ke GET BLt H ItR BieE',t gI,,,d ta , d 1too 0,rf l,:-4y, toe 11,1 ro oŽ ,1 alŽyO ,t to ,yo th s.t. r T Ol P Avr DwlIt lr, e ere.r.y. d led mu Tihe Prare,.: e Ih ldnesrii an Grayneh Ofi the ohm a. Pl. - i0n t L 1St ct l i , w tb, Amll - ,.n at. p.,-r. .e nthe eure -ie that newlb ,wesw.! tier gar; o :.b, 0,e tormedb y to ŽOt4 to la the ultof looo otoopt,, en, o per 0 imen,otolyi obd r rel otieorh tr tohe t wpheer tt itoetbioo f.b hooda Itrototl tt,, i l ..roto -, o ,:- the. tbi. ,tL,. - eyhe aIt A MOST IEAUTIEU L D~ ESINt , ry Atatykept g , h , H , ,.oft aond lo-, b. ,tg 0el per,:ed Ti At Ecenatlute at[P flDeyo. ati Graytles Of the Amri:t . a a por te. 1- c: to :: -,-re i t.t Re As well a· a prucectir firom :nu-uy ng My VEGETABLE [II-I RENEWER to Is the resuit of lsa, and patient experiment, study and Cr- research; not the ephemeral pr)daetiono aday. It-e m position is in strict ulccrdsuce with hygraisn rule, snd scien title principles, being ..true RENOVATOR AND RESTORPER oke Of fair in a PATHOLOGICAL or DISEASED -tate to the an, natural cl,)r and e-mdilion of health, hv working upon tile :Ild sotalld -11'i lae)s so ecs ell onl f the flair, upplyring tlh roe Flair with'that nutrieiora e'emnrt in which the blood is proved Pet deficient, and zemoving the accumulated esces, of dendreff i and (humor, making oil Ak MOST BEAUTIFUL DRESSING, te- Always keeping the Hair soft end g'ossy, being well perfumed riln and agreeabio in it.o dor, (bus affording to An Excellent and Deelr:able Artle It will in all capes (with the except ion of rely aged people whpre the rootl, germ alnd sheathll haa I , yme awy, or be omedisulgnnized by age, PROMOTE A NEW GROWTH, D Restore the Gray to Its Natural Color, Stop and prevent the Hair falling off, cauing it to become MOIST, SOFT AND GLOSSY, WbIthout stainiong the ki, being free from silver and other injurlous chemicals, and truly benefclyl to the haer in all itl phases. Abundance of Testimony might be Publlhed, But I wiHl only call attention to these two: Mi AsllS, B. FRoNCt: I htd lost emost of my Hair and was afflicted with severe itch'ugol Ihbe sclp forIa loneI timS. I belun to use your FGRETA.LE HAIR R.INEWER, and b1t soon ot redhe itching, and produced a e grobwth o, Hlair upon my hed. This preparation is a great thing. I beheve it. will do mre than any other preparation. I recommend d it to a Mrs. en bury, who obtained and ned it, and wy o could rive a frt ratecortticate. Yours respectfully, J. N. SOULE, nYarmouth, Me. lopT B. R , April 23, 1P;. DrSy Sos-I have used your TEG0RTrBLE It 1\1t KRNr.WPIR f-r the last [.e~.scmrs, "ith the I,,llouing ratand, to mnr iylmortl ,lt rc Nult. OIl,n t u l lllto lol ito ,lm,,rlwyO .yt. Ld vi ll0thInoad o f~liun ,ll it 1l, ,, y.,o n bi uo ib mow ol ,olly rttllrl to i, t,,al oiofr. Yours.e-irciflly, ASK FOR FIO.N(II''S. ASK FOR PRNCII'S. Take No Other. Toake No Other,. FOR SELE BYT AL, APOTHECARIES. SGE(. C. GOODWIN b CO., General WholeMle Ayents. I AUSTIN B. FRENCH, prop1rietor, Iortlaud, Me. LAAN)D f)lt NAI. 1 HARE CHANCE S'R IOFITABL E INVE.STMENTJ. DB VALLUABLE PLANTATIONS LOUISIANA AND MISSISSIPPI For Sale on EaLy Terms. The followingdecried plantattioi aenr offered for sale. They comprised some of thlebet lande and improved placn e I the Missce1lppi •'lley, and to euch [ dleairo t , make lucet - ment, ,Ifcntxlt wlich an never all being plrohtahble, tIey are well worthy of cousideration. THE WELL KNOWN, VALUABLE, Highly Improved Plantation Sc known as the EYRIE PLACE, caitlatd in Carrol pariih. Lolicix aa, three ,1, mile, fTren the tc.. of IrovieitCe, cufnaiing fTIfeen ulnred c tlce acere, oe the BEST LAND, I ,,he thnunan d (t i;C cer e l of which are in te II;GNIIEST STATE COF CUTIV.iATItN1 w ih ile ecCeary hu ln , c-, ,G.,. iIouse, I're,e. etc., etc., of the ruest. APPROVED AND MODERN FTYLES, and in perfect order. ScTieiCt f,,r one hcndrdi .ICl hau+.c, ,[Lh Scteam c alic bd new ilci. 'lI'm pIttCC!n ti Perfectly Secure from Overflow A PLANTATION Blollivtr Ceonty, BIIsalewlppl. 4c l:eou htn lrdr. i Jldcle, "f . . . , h hundr, l. J TIlE MISSISSIPP'i VALLEY, ,e~ remuuer:4tive ,hl *.,, [ tl . [it ,u Li in the S:nte A PLANTATION ADJOININ(G TIIE ABOVE, "With EquaIlly at Prodectlve Laed, It e-ntdin5 twentv.three hlý,,ir, d ar - ca a ,u ,,e IN THE MISSISSII'PI BOTTOM, A PLANTA TION Catahoela Pltrlsh, Loettilann, II lhnd sCC C, ti ,,nlhe dnh uI dilk lTicr.4 cC A,cWlcw ey+. Wllv 1 hil rapt'h ¢ lll il;tl , It ce)nt/. L -,x -. , n vtel anl d r orty eight 1613) alrr- or EXCELLENT LAND, two hnreid C-d' Cofwhich nreo na,,,-'"Crflo , aC. I i igh Butte l cu l t vrrtin,. Ei,_h, hon,lna he t (, i ,r1 of tln land I a e in high hddgee, and upun it there is a large quautty of the FINEST CYPRESS TIMBER. Thiplacntation hisenownCpon it all the Budding; S5,ck, Farm in UItenil aud Fixture, ueeeary for a lfore of twielnty ield hand,. THAT VALUABLE PLANTATION -z.vo-r as The eutaw Place, sd tdin Tenasp 'sh. LouTikBnnt I Bahot MI.n, nix reesl, [11 milee fromlaterproof, containing-eighteen hundred (15yl), acre, of SPLENDID LAND, seveChundred Ci0)acre of which areunder enitiTatinn. This plantation is furnished with the heet quhity ot B ucdn gc, Negro Quarters, etc.,Calluew. There is, aho, A FINE DWELLING, su;iabhe fr a here fatmily, npC the plae, and it ic f.liy +tncked andei eipped lot a toreu tl'.ixty tbO) han ds The preyen: manhglr of tip'ICi tiaiCn deIre totITe nn ilTret in i,. He he ICc n cr at work with him itS) hii Iandic, dwhoC wl rewlllC e with him Per on, l.,il to pltrhase ore invited to ' c d: at he thCplntCCiC n and exCCCTT e it fiC r theIlCC- It iseCondiered [lt tlles plntatioCn tero te B COi ESpr i Icre me.attsC Ior vt restment. -es so- One hundred and sixt- y 117' acres of un;mpro e i land. in f e cst i Thi, slatn d ited Itutl (Cn nc,,rdicL ih ch LCuiCiBCC C-hin one hal'of ie mle from HhClck R-, r.C ECvery foot , ii icovered with euch timber as vCrt I(,h tldmgc ready, bu)ers. TERMS: Thetermeupon wlehich these plantations anT unimproced landwilllie Wld, areextreih libeeralCd eae. FIoruem. or anC other particulars, address GEORGIE S. MANDEVILLE, No. 1S4 Girvier slreei. NewT Orleans or H. B. COZZENS, (care BeC. Wade.) Cotton SaiCre. N ,cheC. .liis. HARDWARE, CUTLERY, ETC. FOLOGE & 00.. (F. F. FOLGER, L. FOLGER, W. H. THOMAS.) DealerstnHardware, Iron, Ship Chandlery, 37 and 39 Magazine Street, Opposite St. JameS Hotel, N. O. Nals. and Cbltlngs, Hoop, Sheet and Bar Iron, Shovels and Spades, Sheet Copper and Zink, Plowo, Axes and Hoe,, Lead Pipe and Sheet Lead. Ienda ubber, Belting, Hose and Packing, COlrlar, Mill and Cros. Co: Snas. HARDWAREb AD SIP~ CHANDLERi (ELLIS H. BOSTICK, FRANK W. SEYMOUB.) Bostlek & Seymour. Importrs and De HEAWVY AMND SHELF HARDWARE AND CUTLERT STOVES, TIN WARE and TINNER'S TOOLS, BAR and SHEET IRON, TIN and TIN PLATE, SHEET OOPPER, ZINM, NAILS, AXES, OCHAINS, SHOVELS, SPADES, HOES. LEAD PIPE. SHEET LEAP, GAI PIPE, BRASE WORK and PIPE FITTINGS RUBBEB BELTING, HOE. and PACKING, COTTON WASTE, Etc., CORDAGE, COTTON and PLAX DUCK, TWINES, OILS. PAINTS. LAMu ", LANTERNS, Ete AII Intn ofSteamboateand aillroadShupplies 5and 38 Fulton, r6 and 37 Front stree, bi reev p t d etwneler and Pdr SWHITY & CO.. GENERLL COMMISSION, ReceivinS and Forw ardig Sr.'ehants, and Nos. 8, 1i and 1h Peers street, o"aer of Crsosman, lopp. ,IH,5.h CRN.om ElInusss New Orlean,. La. Uiousgnments of Merchandlee, either for nale or shipmen SJARDWAME .......... H.. HARIVABY Wholesale . ULLDealer . HEAVY AND SHELF HARDWARE AND CUTLIERY Agents ror HOWE'S STANDARD SCALES. 71 O.nnmou rtree, 1,w Orleans. ('11K I JACIKET IIITTEIEM ALL OTiIEHS WiIsREVER IN.TR'liUCI:U, -Becaue they arc Undoubtedlly the Best for thin Ollmate. We are still mueafact",riug them htre at IlOme Non N I and 83 Graider treet. J. £HNJ4UEGALHS CJO j.1UJt. .2 .......ST. CSSARLF I OTMEET......., DRUGS, MEDICINES, CHEMICALS, PAINTS OILS, GLASS. DYE STUFFS, PERFUMERY, ancey Goods, *'Wholeal., JAMES GONEGAL, No. 20 ST. CHARLES STREET, NEW ORLEANS Having reselved, by lavte .a a l Irga e .toe F REBE .nd NEW DBRUGS, in addition to the large assortment o and I at, now prepared to suppy the large and increadion maut of the DRUG TRADE SOUTH. The followlng aicls m0prise a part of my sock: Aed, all kids, Alcohol, Blnio,- Copabi, Ammo al, Carbonate. W:e as., Bay ROm, R·.ur C, Bosto Wte, S,.r.,a des, Catolr Oil, .i!riq Lime, Cshalk, red! and whlIc. ,:etraed ChCloroform, C.m Tarar Copp.crso, ,id Cotle Fi Bone, Ipoooo, .l,,nce, Jc: Op, Lvricv Ropt- Lunar CoJsttc, 1, 0 c.r ho,:ace, bioopnie., trt egls, dOpium, QOcaLdLver, d 0inine, n nShra, Oll.Lemle.po , ":;uper:, OPnmice Storn, f ait, h.lOi intges. Sopum Salts, TSalecrnat 'rasn, SWhte Led tnooi O l, l. Nitric FFF, Emery Flour, ESder, SEphrc Emery,, I, 2 d ol aUnboye. Eatrnlet, sold and flutio C..r S..ts, Floo Seed, (,6n B.:.6in, Ginger, Su;n S'-!lmc' Gum Asssfadiftit :, Myr. Myrr Gum ('amphor, eA c lerine, G m BTracanth, hops, Ologe, :Udi, rc,d Liverd, whmtl Oil An;se, 0t iltnd Liver, dark, Oil, CiUNnmoEG (t1, (glvu.. plos and quirt OilGl, Cr.ih, ,... S-c-atras, 0II, Lemon, 'epper, black, OII, epp.rmilnt. "'·.,.s, Chloral, Oil, Witergro.u, Peppor, Ccyenne, i S.SpoTre, Pot ,, cda Iodide, rnnn. Rhubarb, ý ..y.. Cast.e, Saleromne, 1 ".ýýngs! Enuf, iu jar and bottlH Alm, SRods, Bicarbonat, Soda, Sat, Whit ESio, PERFUMERY, Fcncy Goods. Sntione-Iy Combs, Brouhes, ` 1 Colognes Handkerchief Extract, !d Pomodo., Flavornig, Toilet Anclels, Pols and Powder BOSS Soaps, plan and fMoy, Patent Medicies, eto. Ordoocoocelced fcom the coont cyll meet stib promi attanncu. JAMES GONEGALq SoRS, Chacloes treot UEBBEL'E SUPERIOR OLD CABINET BRANDY, (MEDtCATED. :nh - pil AN UNEQUALED REMEDY FOR pa DIARRlHE., BUMMER COMPLAIK cl Ne CHOLERA, CHOLERA MORBUS, GRIPING PAINS IN THE BOWELS LI CHRONIC DIARRHEA. It is highly approved by the Mediln Faeulty For Change of Water and DIet. THE CABINET BRANDY Bar been used with almost lnparalleled snnuce for h put Tenety Yeasn, Ian am of DIARRHEA, OHOLIER KORBUS, COLIO, et, 8OLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS, AND EVERT BOTTLE WARRANTEDR HUBBEL'S -ELEBRATED GOLDEN BITTERS A PURELY VEGETABLE TONIC Invigoratilg and Strengthentng, Forties the syetem egainst the e i eleltst of unwholean Swter. for ale to all parts of the world. 0.CENTRAL DEPOT-American Enxproes Building o .idson tetee New York. Mw.ofatory-iHudkon, N. Y. GEO. C. HUBBEL CO., Piprletone SOLE AGENT, J. GONEBAL, WHOLESALE DRUGGIST, SO............ t, Charles e st ,, R ........... e NEW ELI ANeS. MAElI)CA L. S I:iJ-EWCK'Rs * En T'AV IE . I, I1 MANDR AKE PILLS. The BNe-Weed Tonle Is a Stimulnt, AND NONE OTHER IS REQUIRED WHEN IT IS USED IT IS PURE AND PLEASANT. NO BAD EFFECTS LIKE WHEN USING BOURBON WHISKY, WInCms SODRSn ~A STOAC Toon sOR e 1 r a Ltr. ,Ocxs DP ALL 'YrI AXCRRTION, TURNiS TRY BLOOD IBTO WATZR. DROPsr S.TS IN, AND TaY PrATIEN DIRE BUDDXNLY. THE SEA-WEED TONIC PRODUCES I LASTING RESULTM, THOROUGHLY INVIGORATING TIE STOMACH AND P DIGESTIVE SYSTEM AND ENABLING IT TO ELIMINATE AND MAKE INTO HEALTHY BLOOD THE .OD WHICH MAY BE USED FOR THAT PURPOSE IT IS SO WONDERFUL IN ITS EFFECTS -THAT- AWlne Glass Pull will DlIgest aHearty Heal, I AND A LITTLE OF IT TAKEN BEFORE BREAKFAST wiLL crl A TONE TO THE STOMACH WHICH FEW MEDICINES POSSESS THE POWER I, OP DOING. tC The MANDRAKE PILLS may be taken with entsre safety by all 5aed and eonditins. produeln: ail the good reoltn that oan be, taiuned fiom Calomel er an other Mercuslsl Medi. 1 sine, and wbt:lnit any of theirbhurtful or injeriou rtelts. Tbey erry ou u o the symtem the feculent anrd worn-t mst terO, rloesor r and sasolved b my SEA-WEED TONIC. Dr. Samuel Gilbert'. Preparatlons. DR SAMUEL GILBERT, so celebrated as haSinghad. tos the last twenty-fite years, in the treatment of CHRONIC DIbEASES, the :mst olucrtive iedical Practice in the Sothe has at last :.neuted to a!aw semveral of his maost esteemed remedies to be prepared and sni a, proprietary medicines. This resolution sa heel engenidered by the repeated solicitations of those cho have expersenced the beienet of his remarkThle professions The Publlc sTIy rest aT-ured that the mTanufas&rers spare neibher painT inr expenset the preparation of these remedies. They arb ade oTi Rte very best medicines known, in a highly coSces Irted fbrm, upon strictly s ienti principles. . Dr. Samuel Gilbert5 General Alterative Acts directy ur on the Glands and Mucous Membrane---timn. :atinT them to additional activity In their natural fstl.cion of elilmnating from the Cllrclsating Fluids the uual Eeite Tnd in disease, orbid li Matters, and lexpelling them throno tle Skib. Kidneiys, Liver, and Alimentary Canal from tbhe System. It is, therefore, adapted for the re:ief of Chronic Diseases afTecting those orgens, and of the mucous membrane. lining them, such as ERUPTIONS, TETTER, ULCERS, SCROFULA, JAUNDICE, OOITRE, CHRONIC INPFLIMATION OF BLADDER AND UTERUS, ETC. It is particularly useful in SUPPRESSED MENSURATION, HEREDITARY TAINTS, SYPHILII And maladies arising from long continued esoelofl Cslom Blue Mass, Corrosive Sublilmates, Fower's Solution, Donovss Solution, and other preparations of Mercury and Arssem. Dr. Samuel Gllbert's Tetster Ointment IIs a most excellesnt preparation for thecrefthat class I maladies usually termed DISEASES OF THE SKIN, and whch are popularly know as CHRONIC ERUPTIONS, TETTER, PIMPLES, BLISTERS, SCABS, SCALD-HEAD, MILK-CRUST, RINGWORM, ETC., ETC. It wil also kill ITCH and otherlocal vermin whih prey npeo the Skin. It softens and detaches the excreI.ntitlous matterl deposited upon the skin; heals the Cracks, Blisters and Pim ples, and renders the cutaneous aurtkce smooth and pliable. It hasbeen used by Dr. GILBERT, with most satisfactory result, for many years. It is fferd for sale, in this style, from the im conviction that it must necessarily meet wih the hearty I approbation of thse who make se of It. Full directions for the method of using thee remedies, a plain and accurate description of a number of the different vrieties of Skin Diseases and many valable suggestions I . regard to t oki reh, be fh d prilted o ircular nd pony1ng seabh pakage. These slggyiilons are the fruit o st For thempl peedypeie acqired by DPermanent. ure oflb ding iver Complardinart, rofela, o reer Kin he reamen ps f his, Drop clNes rf algias, Epil he ciies E plas, St., Nth Onys Fires sT Rheum; nd ill, Ul r and Sores, Rhenable moatilnprofe that which nasally lbll to the lot of ordinary phlslisislbl ts Dr. Lsrooskh'. SarIsarprSllI CBBIpouB d, For the Speedy and Permanent Care of e Liver Complaint, Sc.roful, or ings' Esil, Dyspepsil, Dropsy Pimples, Pustules, Blotches, Bofll,TImors, Salt Rbheu,,Ulcers and Bores, RheuBbstllm, Pain In the Stomach, Side and Bowels, General Debility, Uterine Ulceration. Syphilis -And- MEROURIL DISEASE, ASd all Complaints arising from or resalting in IMPURE BLOOD. It is double the strength of any other Sarsaparilla Compound Sthe market, and is indoraed by the Medical Faculty as the BEST AND CHEAPEST BLOOD PURIFIER N TANT. Read the following commendation from Dr. Abbott, of Bos to1, widely known as one of the most sucessfu1l practitioners Sin thecountry: Borow, De a , Dm, DR. E. R. KNIGHTS, MELROSE, MARSACHUSETTS Dear Sir-I have used Dr. Lamokah's Sarsaparilla Com pound in my practice for several years, and after a careful ohb servationm of its effect, I do not hsaitate to say that it Is, in my opinion, the SUREST, SAFEST and CHEAPEST REMEDY for SCROFULOUS and SYPHILITIC DISEASES that has ever been made available to the medical profession Fraternally yours, . S. . ABBOTT, M. D. Price, 81 00 per Boattle. -Preparedby s DR. E. R. KNIGHTS, CHIEMIST, MELROSE, MASS. DR. LAROOKAH'S India Vegetable PRlmntonl Syrup. Cured Cougbs, Colds, Whooping Cough, Croup, Asthma, C. : 10rL, Hronctitis,lit In th, Hide, Night Sweats, Hoanreuls, to whicll Ynhlih Speakers anld Singers and all Di.,o.fer ,f the Throat and L,l.ls Indored by the high -ii. l el authority, clergymen ovary drnominatiým.. aath,,.l , !,r,,dern mi s orn urvarion coir 1i. 1I1i: by 0,1 111 p o idnor most eUi t publSc 1en, 0(1.'1:0t. .~. 15I.0,1:0, it P.. 1a7 11td to every age, and may be -sed ',.,,o ,,at tt.r ,;f tihe (hillSroe, i rnsults which follow the e ,A u:aun o the /'ough i'roparations of which opium and occr are'Am hI, u. ttier :rom Iiou. G. W. Goosb, Member of Congress from DR. E. K. NIGHTS--Del r- SiI have used Dr. LareI ah 8;? rap in my family for six years, and have found it a, cesel remcdy to,r Coughs, Colds. Sore Throat and all Con. u^nttveCompllinter etc. bave recmmendedit to several ,nonas, wboha.e received great beneft from it use. GIVE: IT A TRIAL. Price 50 cents and 81 per Mottle. DR.E. R. KNIGHTS, Proprietor, Melrose, Massachusetts DEMAS, BARNES & CO., New Yortk BARNES WARD A CO., New er!eumr 3JEDICAL. i . MAOIEL'S PILS AND SALVE- A NEW AND GRAND EPOCH IN MEDICINE. Dr Maglel's PHils sad Salve. These wonderful Mdletsl are now so famhl to the peple that bat little ndrsement of their vaine u a Phyle need - made. The Pillesof r. Magetel contain an mietl. They do not gripe, and they do not enfeeblethe stelem by Otrskm purginlg They are anive.e ht t h etleg A VIGOROUS A.PETITRI Andcorrespondinglyeteuthee' thedlgttet. Theyttoe the Liver, clear the Head, and steady the Nerve To those who are not familiar with the of BR. MAGGOEL'S PILEL As an anti-bllions remedy, the follogwin extract fromeaMa letters .1ll be, It is hoped, oft eudieat importance to Jeatlfy thequoting of them hers: What the Patients Sap of Dr. Ma slel'a Fll mand Salve. "The bet Pllse fo heedahe I ever hed." "yy litver works like ane engine, thanks to yebPeblLe" SImpm leasedto ytoye, Dr. Matgel, tha I emeud no e without a box of your Pi for e arin me of morning ae t ei for the worid." "Yet thl tend ftetoeee one dollar; Yet Pile aee etly 25 entc, but I eonsiderthem worth to me one dold." " Dear Deetor-Ilr tongu bad e hedfarn It everyt morning ltr thebbk of s ct. TeeePilsttok nstesa." pt " I t ek half a pill and d It to Dd, ad d tt jelly to my little babe for choler morbnte Thed erlittle p was well in three hounrs aer., S"I suppose it s hardly woth while to tell yoe my rne foot has got wel from the use of yon Salve. Inolosed .tnd cene for another besx to keep in the houue " yed me anothebr box of 8a." to Inclosed end 7 centsfor two boboey of yr rMgg.el'e PtllI and one ofAt ire., -t "The mos gentle yet sehi.g medielee I .eer swallowed.': MAOOGGIELS PILLS AID SALVE Are a.mnet universal in their fIfeat, end': ee n be am Meet F lways guarneeOR BILIOUS DIBEIASES bNothin can be more productive of ee than these Pills' a- Their almost magic inluence is felt at one; nd the ueetl Snemietant of the moct distressing diuee am removed. These remeaies are made from the pyeeet VEGE ABtL COMPOUNDS. nn They wil not harm the most delieate female, and cue he ofh Siren wtlh good efect in yreecnbed doses theyoaltg t a babe. t P FOR CUTANEOUS DISORDE11 th And all eruptions of the ak, the SALVE I. meet inaluleh It does not heal externally alone, hat enetratoa with the t ic searching effects to the very root of th e DR. MAGOO.L'S PILLS "A , ri R AnIBL THEi F.BrOLo Dlestlxa: Athma, Seedaehe, Bowel Complains, Indigestion, Cough.s, Inlteets, TC. Colys, Inflammatlot, Chest Dleetee. Inward Weeknese Coativeness, Ic CeomptLtt, Dyesepait, Lmowes oSpirtr Diarrhee, Ringwort , IIS Dropsy, Rhem.etse, Debility, Belt Bhoe, Om Fever and Ague, Sea, 'van Skl Diseases. febh Box fl astoatae P la ONB PILL IS A DOS. Nso Nortr -Noee geptlee itheout Athe eg ed teade mark around esch pot or box, signed by DOCTOR J. MAGOIEL, Iew York, to eounterfet w.teh th felony. ___ Sold by all rapeotable Delers in made nes thhceoe. the United StateM and Canada, at l etteashe beato o BARNES, WASD CO., gte, Be. Orleans G ALLEGHAWS PILLS -ro, CHILLS AND FEVER. A Certain Ca re anllRhan's Pills areeomposed simply of Vegetable Mdi clues. C'hoy are aUthartlc Pills, acting upo the Stamneht Liver and Bowels; cortaining no Ardnie, UCloel,. Blue Mas, or pny other tltnlrac ubstane, The grnt advontage lhe ro pr eay. claim for these Pills is, that withoutt the aid of C ·io mel. Blue Mass. or other minterals, they will the m1 b t ob stiuate caes of CHILLS AND FEVER, PERfODICAL HEA DACHE. and you will find they will do all that is claimed for them. Try one buo, and their own meritst will recommend Le ever aftIr We have used Glll.Lhsn'. Pills, and have ever kown them to Jil to curs when the directions were lotowd, tnd heibel tstiogly recommend them to uobliu savor: Hn. THtS. H. WATtS, EraOooveornor ofAlb Hou. THOS. J. JU d UE Jue Slopreme Court of fAlnabom, Ho. RSOBT. DOCIHBIR, .Joudge Linth Citeott C.o.r t Alablama. Col. JNO. W. A. S NFORD, Attorney GOneral Alabtm. DANIEL SAYERR, Orad Seretary Grand Lodge of Ma. hens, Alabama, WE. O. WALL.RS oherioffMotgomery county Alabama. Col. . . OLITtE ALLL .. .. Col. W. CRAWFORHD BIBB. Col. J. C. RIDDLE, New Oane .late Rallroad Contractor. Alabama, Oeorgola to. M+Jor E. A. BANKS, Commission Mebehant, New Oreas. GOe. MAlON, Esq., nMayor Wettmpka, Alabam Wholes.le Agentat THOS. W. MARRDEN 487 Broadws Nee York. HARRAL. RIGLEY i TOMPgKeS, Chmben street, h .. EDWARD WILDER A CO. Lo.oloiHe, By. BARNES WARD b CO., Ilw Orlidn Ls E. J. HAIRT a CO., Sold by all Druggists. Rotiol Price-Sil Sr.O er Box. BLOUNT BHALE, Sale Proproetori, Montgomer, Ala B . J. WHIET 'S INSTITIUTN ELS OARONDELET BTRESE. SInrer of the Olty HBBl. The firet aim of human belegal I happlne, nnd hb.ppn m Ieplies heIl th of body and mtd. Dr. TWhltn'eexpeltoe. oad meeuem fora tht.bl-n ynasl an extensive pralte in lmarge ottle, haeo beroght to him 1 e treatment at n ont nmoUnt ofe ry lm di eame, bothe Hisaremedl retere the stmaech, lnves and blood, end nf secretions and exoetons of the .etrl nyetem In oIfheltlt a healthy onditlo e. .o.td of el.erlas auy part of the v-e Sta or thoe ltltutIonhey renovate and repair the Injures nad wa.tae of lthe entire organiom; with trNly ouand mind nattod body. The Instituotet establshed tor theep n of nittournttsoh dlenec., via: Eheomotlo., Colds, Cotghs, Brtnchtts, Lqnw ohtls,. A pthm a, Coohuoption, and all dothe ofth ThMoel, Lngs, Hert, Lver,Lo Spere, Stomoth, Bowelsl Costive, l Dyspepstla, crofula, King's Evll, WhiteSellent alln Sno Uloeo, Abhcee., lCners, Piles, Fi.tuln, Syphblis ed an lo rh ine all their stages, oMenuoll and hereditary taint, Wl n rt el lompurltlea of the Blood, oJaundce, DiMau of the Em Brain, Goltre, (Big Neekl Diseases of the Kldneys, Odl. DlaoetsE. Dropsical Disae..s, all PaFmtal. Ailmentln, We . WNoatig o md Nervont Affections; S lo , Nervous o ad Son d tche; Depression of 1plrlte, Hippoondrp t Rys.rod eo, FIlk Sptmms. We repeat, thbe ont eoptlont otnhe skln, aUl .Wi lctero, of whatever nature, to the ncipient Cancer, whicb - grievousolyafteflothumoanlly, o dppedllndoermanenotlyM One or two ho.rs spent t the lonttuto . with Dr, Whitsh Bf EA RSAPArILLA SpITTErS. F.antly save wens. om fbver or mdi ld enuvee-ott o Ili Now that comlonr c.aou o y rupand un t be reynlvea cstlr r I f onClly and letter of form Oallyo a tn e th ry the owing ora tt and Thattntoo rof the Publi ToUitond Csountreeto.ds to E.Jll . y areall.d to the utrdnetioan of th ar I The moet Pleaant tood valuablo Biltternthat tte' ever b* ds je. toodood I tlhliscoultry. The troton io oeoeral tt btoeettPd ta . b loth o ol . tog Grototsod Dretaotl 'n Potijo, Earks Co..O3.oo3,,nd No t..f..nm torl Goriffod. Porch, 37 andS39 Tthoupitotdoeattet L. Basoe, car. Gravier mand Thopitona adtroe.m P. Avet . Ctmhoo, 59 aInd 61 Old Levee street. Joho T. Moore. cor. Poydra anod New Love, street WmN. C. Mlthell. cor. Camnp and poydra rtrortot. Casns Dowllng, 30 Poydras street. it T. W. Marsden, Druggist, oo. V n tnt andn Oravler. Trt1er A WS.U., Drugglte , tot. RE,yol and Customhotbte ., N. MO'ABIsON, Agent, 12 Ma u s iue sttca