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VOLUME HI.
THE DAILY HARM ASD STAXDARD
TUESDAY, JUNE 5, I?0G.
In all the calculations of a
large cotton crop Texas Las figured
extensively, and it seems to have been
conceded on tLe other side that Texas
would he an exception among the cot
ton States generally. The first note
of a dirFreut story appears in a letter
from Brazos county, of May 24, pub
lished in the New Orleans Times,
which after spdaking of disastrous
hu.il storms, says :
Much of the crop is in the grass and
weeds, an 1 unless we speedily have
dry weather nothing like a half crop
will lie made in this county; in fact on
the places visited by the storm, the
l"n ehiien have become much discour-
agol, and refuse to work. Crops
w-iuM be replanted, but cotton seed
ha-; become very scarce, and cannot
!,! procured. Indeed, Jthe prospect
t'-,r a cotton crop in this county at this
time is certainly very gloomv, and
many of our planters are discouraged
at the piospeets. Other portions of
our State have been visited by the hail
-.lorrn and lain, anil the injury to the
crops has been equally disastrous. It
U still raining and there seems to be
but little prospect ot clear weather.
li.!,! it -.i.i.nliK- , 1. .1...
1 ""'vu " "IP
crop will be lot, for it will be impos
ibie ti vvf.ii- ,f rr,.., j
t" VVO( ,Jlt Ol the giaS.
A correspondent of the Demopolis
N.-w Kra nays:
-Messrs. I'crrvaiid Smith publish 111
their Moulin,!, ,eri- Ilirwtf.rv t,. Sit..
titties of Alabama troops in the armv
"i -'rtn Virginia oracie s liiigaile
had the total number of ,ll men
:;JS were killed ; lU'.lO .lied from dis
e:i-e. 117 of wounds; 7-" resigned, '.i'
were r, tired. 120 we,e diseiuu-tred. :i
vv ere exeeiueil, :uiu 4 S I (teserteil. (Ill
, ! . . . 1 1 .. . . l .v i icn,r ii
.... i i,. , ,
i.ie NiM ii i ciiinarv, jo.i,), mere were :
pres.-nt with the Brigade 1C59 rank !
.wei me. i ins siaT.emeiit may in tlie !
main be (di rect. There is, however, i BkKK ,t n M.iK,
ne material error 21 desertions are j .
ehMi-ed to the 2 .'Id Ala. Ilattalio,,.- I A T T U 11 K S AT LAW,
From bis own knowledge the writet j
cim say this vva.-, a mistake ,,t a sin- j , a VICKsBfRi:. Mls.S.
h man ever deserted from that al- T. ir".
taut battalion and in proportion to ' i . t. - ,
their number they always l.a.l wl,oll"s,on .lolinston,
men lor tluty than any other regiment Alt o r li, C if ,s u t L a if
or battalion in the Confederate eause. j .l.vrKsox, mis..
In the bid Ala. lieffiment, three ' ntt.n.i in ;lu tli,- Mat. . Federal an. I
companies were from Marengo. Out':,,,,, ' " ' " - wl-r.-
, ,, , , , I 111 tin- lale 111 special rallMS. 1 lie v w ll I fi-'-
f these, only three men deserted, and
one of them was a foreigner. One
vtas executed. He was a native of
l'.at Tennessee.
The Brigade took jiart in SO battles
and skirmishes, and tired the last trim
for the Confederate eause in Virginia.
The reat quantity of rain that has
fallen tluriny the past two months, has
almost totally destroyed the wheat.
l.i . 4 l.ll .Li I ,.n o v
husl, iMiiii, ami an tne oiner uiseases i
to which this cereal is subject, have
m i le iiieir appearance, and the result
will be almost a total failure. In
Marshall county, from all we can learn,
not more than half a crop can be ex
pected, and will bo thankful tor even
that much under the circumstances.
Holly Springs Keporter.
iT-f"" The Missouri Republican,
sucakimr of the reckless course of the
Ccrman Radical press, savs :
All this is far from the sentiment of
the i unset of our Oernian population.
'1 ftev are just as useful an intrmlient
of our people as there is to be found
in any country fl'The tvorl.L, Srtfl.il
ity and moderation are the chief el
eiiuuits of their character. The sec
ond jo iieiatioii clearly shows it, and
there is, in fad, not a sinolo German
of the second generation, we learn, in
this country'who ever edited a ier
mau Radical newspaper in the United
States. Radicalism, as represented
by our (li-nain Radical papers, is tlie
orlsprhijr of an undiiresled knowledge
of Ere m-It revolutionary measures.
SV
We were shown a few days back by
Mr. 1'. K. Shelby, the main spring of a
::uti lock, whiekliad been iu use one
hundred ami ten years. Coahomian.
l-V,., .,:...., c
..... ....... aiiuns, c ic.ll
that irrass will e-et Uie advantao-,. of
uie iiirniers. ami c:uie tlit'in to aoaii
ilon luimlrcds of acres of land they
have in cotton, to enable them to eui
tiate the balance. Many farmers
planted full crops, hoping, if it became
necessary, to be able to hire addition
al hands to assist them in its cultiva
tion. I Jut. instead of getting more
lielp, l.iany of their regular hands have
left, and the consequence will be that
many farmers will lose a considerable
portion of their crops. We also learn,
from some of the planters, that there
are persons in d liferent sections of the
county endeavoring to get freedmen
to leave their regular engagements
and go to work elsewhere, with the
promise of better wages. Holly
Springs Keporter.
lxTEUESTiNii Jnohuy. The papers
are speculating as to what lias be
come of the gold watches of the coun
try. The internal revenue laws tax
gold watches of T value of 100 or
less two dollars ph, and more val
uable ones in ro iportion. Kctnrns
from all except the Southern States
are vublished. and it appears that in
the State thus returned only VS'.'ti
gold watches were given In, and of
these only 1242 were valued above
S 100 ! Missouri returned the greatest
number, being nearly twice as many
as New York. Massachusetts gave in
only 17, and of these only t were over
$100! New Hampshire gave in 224,
and all the other New England States
onlv II !
The Radicals are complaining of
the President for refusing to coinmis-'
ion the notorious General McNeil, as
Surveyor of St. Louis. It will be re
membered that McNeil had twelve or
thirteen Southern men shot at Palmy
ra, Missouri, in retaliation for the
supposed murder of one "L'nion
man." who, in a lew days after, turned
up unhurt- When the President
commissions McNeil, Surveyor of the
port of St. Louis, ,he ought to have
Probst, the murderer of the Deering
family, made Chaplain of the United
States Senate. Vieksburg Journal.
We had the pleasure of conversing
with a highly intelligent gentleman,
who visited a considerable portion of
the north eastern section of Tippah
county last week, and he gives us the
most gratifying account of the grow
ing crops there. He informs us that
tlie farmers generally have planted a
much larger corn crop than usual,
and the result will be an abundance of
corn for the supply of the county.
The cotton crop, though not large,
looks well, as the farmers have kept it
clear of grass. The wheat crop has
the rust, and, it is probable, will be
cut short at-least one halt The
freedmen generally are working well,
and all, both white and black, are
looking forward to better times.
Holly Springs Reporter.
PROFESSIONAL.
K. J. UUODE
AT LAW,
OFFICE. NO 2. CAROXTiELET STREET,
CIUKLES CLARK,
ATTORNEY S AT LA Y,
Resume Practice. Jifsiilence, Bolivar ronntr
iliMisippi. Oiikt Xapuieun, Atk. jauxWtf
DR. J. W. HUFFMAN,
S I K 0 t) DEMI S T.
SUM MI TT, Miss
WILL j,ri.'ti. tin prof-Mion at Kinrltittt I
Bruaahitvut. iSauata and Hai!i.t. Will fully j
t ........ itJ ujawuu, pc!it(rm uy uini. !
1,,d,-v I rVtJ. S. Bon.ta aiut Guld aod Silver Bought and
' J. L. IIt!;itOii; j AynlMly.
A T T 0 II E Y AT I.A,!HENRY HAMMETT,
IlraiKloii, Jlis.
Will attend all the emtrt-t at BiUiu and l.u k I
md. will cuUertvlaiiu!! in VickfttHirt;. Cutou oranv '
wkere ui Miaaiaaippt, when Ltwiuexe wdl nuitiiy i
Havuur ptat'twed in tiw ad J udicwl iiistriut ut ili-i-ii,i.
lie Uah Hiiperior advjjiUe of kliuwili" Uie
p,;K. VtM also sell r lea.-, land or l.tu- fi
otlletn. f t.imili., t!ti--t B.H ri..i,-nn l:,n,l 1,.
; ZZZTiZ, 'i rV77h',',J uu'll,y du"
. :kkki:.- To h.,h .i i: m:Xi-. jue aa .in
! ?'"' 1I'V CVk. Mi-ipi,i: CI A i
M:yer. A of lux. Keveuiie .t -M Oi-ni.r
i lsrau.i..n MisM,(.pi, lit-,.,, iiiikuwu
,lr.m iL'iiiou miKft. Xew OiltaiM; Warren
.rawlrU, fl far..ndel..t atteet. X Orleat.H: Gen
I 11 S iappan. VkkKburje. ieb-2llj
I iV.n. WoKK,
A T T 0 B H V A T LA W.
I
! !iiUI, Hli.
Dili, .-at tilt
if O-.-n. 1: i: i;r.-. n.
Kli .'li.Kl 1 ii'l'tK.
t 'I I! 1 1
J. U. SMITH,
Mi l H,
! 4 T T a U y V i T II W
A 1 1 " U L N A 1 1 V
!t ;i ;s.?t .'i.
j-;,ii .
w7tT;'lTKt-
h. r. COOK,
iilatiy atl. n.l t lie ir. ui! an. I l'mbaf' t oui't-
ef liituls utility, at ltayiuen.l. Atteiitinu
given to tlie collection, compromise and ad
justment of all claims.
I mice opposite tlie ( a,itoI. up Mail", in N.
Hast corner of An'.-llo-s ImiLlinir.
jATiT:sT7siiA5Tx,"
A f T 0 K h V A T L A W,
lat kanii, M I ss.
n'ILL f,'ive I, is perri.inal attention to the collectinc
or seen ii, ot" claims in IJinds. Jaiikin or any
of tin- counties iu East Jlisissij,(ii. Arilil.tiwly
" ' "
c. haters. koiiekt i.owrv.
MAYERS ,t LOWRY,
ATTI) 11 E Y S A T L A W,
BRAN )ON, MISS.
April ltdiwly.
ins. .17177 ' iaTi:is.
Office at Craft t Johusuirs Drug SStore,
Tenih rs hi I'roft's.sjtinal Srrvi(vs ti tlif jcitizens
of Ja:k.:n and vicuntv. Fed. Mldtt'
Ii'si(!rnift oposiio ('ainpi..-lUto Church,
IlttiiM- formrri y .HM Uii (l liy Mrs. liuioii.
j:. v. lucoWaV,
A T T i) K E Y A T 1, A W,
37 Cat'onil.-lct Street,
Ktw (rlHtia
V. O V Hit.
I : I -1 Kit TO
(t-.v Unmj.hr, -vs. .J ;,rk -, Min,
t:hi-.f .lusti,- lliiu.lv. l a .li.il.
ll..o.Tlm-L J. Wlmrtiiu, Jnpli4i-n.
11 in. A. li. lirowu. 1 .-, , y, "
liiurs.itf
I' R I All MII.LSAI',4,
(iall.-ititi
UKC KT J UKO ' N .
t.'ryst:il Spi n, irs Miss
MILLSAl'S ,t BROWN,
ATTOKXEYS A KlSELL0ilS
A T I. A W,
AM) AliKSTS I OK I11K I t KCllAsi: AMI SAI.K Ol
i; a i. i: cs i a t k.
UJll.l. practi.'c their j,i ntcssioa in tlie variuos
courts of t "opiuli ali.t a.ljwini: i ounties.
Special attention ivcii to all ioisincss elitiustc.l
to tlicir cate. my -Ktly.
William T. withers.
ATTOIiA EV AT LAW
a X"l a
Jyu
!,.. lit a: TP I T I1 I It D V T
d A li 1j I j 1 li .iU6.ll,
Jachsi, .ill!.
nAS Kuropean, Soutiiri ami Northern capital to j
purchase Cotton tu be eroffll tlie presnut season, i
Twetitv cent iter poiin.l will he t.ai.l in advance tor I
Cotton to be liciivcreii ucit tall and inter iu .ew
Orleans.
He is prepared to furnish a limited amount of cap
ital to .stock and cultivate plantations-, putting the
use of the money against rent ot land and super
vision ot the planter, planting iu pal tueiship ami
taking one-tliird the crop.
lie will buy and sell unproved plantations, hav
iU snperiot facilities here, in Kurope andthe North.
Lett! addressed him at Jackson will hae
prompt attention.
Of FIVE At the Old Land OJu-e in the Capiuj.
mat Isdtf
W. M. ESTELLE,
ATTOUNKY AT rYW,
JACKSON. MISS.
OFFICIO ON COKNER, SOUTH-WEST OY GOV
EKSOK'S MANSION. decM.dlT
II' II. IIAHDV, Pniiltllus, miss., and
. T. J. IIAKKV) lllelsh, At
traey a at Law and solicitor in Chancery. Fauitlm
Mi. wilLpraetiCP in all the courta of ttie4th Judicial
District coinw.,cd of thf couutiea ot Hinds, Rankin,
Scott, Newton, So i;h and.lawpr. a'so in tl, counties
f Laudrd:.le. Clark and Wayne, eth lutrict. j
Also Oelieral Agwnt for the t'iir.'base acd sale of j
I. an, s, redemption of l,an,ts sold lor 'axes, quiclinii i
tax titlea. i.c 4;c. A.idies I'auidiiiK Mia., or Kalcio I
Miss Xot L'? ttt. I
DIStiASKS OP THE WOMB. .
Ir. H. J. Holmes, can accommodate a few more
patients at "his Infirmary. Sheets, towels ami I
candles must be furnished by the patients. Hacks
can lie hadat Terry's Icpot to convey ladies to his
residence, ?pnu Ki.te, Ui..i a.,ti- Mississippi.
April 'iodawt.w.
REMOVAL
Oil. .4. WCSjOV, Uentlst,
Tleniphia, 1'rna.
n.WLN'G removed his office to the Irvinsr Block.
would return his thanks to his friend, and ti,e i
public tor their liberal patronace. Hoping that his i
earnest endeavors toeive satisfaction in the past
win guarantee nim a large snare ot practice an the
tuture, he is prepared to pert.. rm all operations in
lus profession in the most skillful manner.
rlr. tV. has a new preparation for le-antifvini:
and cleausing the teeth. Jlay I'.'.lilin
DR. liEX. JOXKS.
SURGEON DENTIST,
VICKSliUKG, MISS.
Office ovirMis Martin's MiHinery Stow. Wash
ington Strtsf!.
April 27. -W'e-tf.
GEO KG K T. SWANX,
4 T T O R X E Y AT L. 4 vV
JACKSON, MISS.
Mv . dtf.
REMllRY STATE LOTTERY.
Ih-atcn Dailg by State Authority.
MURRAY, EDPTfi-rO.. Munasera. Capital
prues from f.-sW to kksi. Whoie tickets trom
one to twenty dollars: shares in proportion.
Circnlara ol" the alsnve Lotienes sent free of charsre
Orders for tickets promptly attended to DrawuTin
sent as soon as the Lotterv is drawn. Address
Ml'KRY. EDDY vV CO..
myl.iiwai. liox 5iio. Louisville, Ky.
GUGEN1IE1M A LEVY,
..........Cliartres St.'. 2,")
NKtr ORLEANS, LA,
Importers and Wholesale" Dealers in
FA-VCY ASD 11R.MSU1XO GOODS,
HOSIERY, GLOVES, TRIMMINGS,
BRAIDS, C.C
STATIONERY",
PERFUMERY. &c ic,
Country dealers are requested w com and inspect
oar stork, wn. eh tsev will Usui one of the larsssat and
moat varied is the city. man&dtjacl
j-AOKsoisr,
vicksbijrg7
CITY BANK OF VICKSBURG,
A Bask r DrsMil.
' L
and Sells Foreign suad. DobuiIc
khaft,ClB and I ncarrtDi H,ar,
W. 8. WHEELER, M anaar
SirtHMCU : Bank of Sew York, Sew York eity
i--rebaois National Bank. Cineinnarf. O ! Solomon
Storifia Chi. ago. lil. ; City National Bank. Cairo
IU-; Allen. Copp Kiabet. St. Loan. Mo ; cad
National Bank, st I.orna, Mo , First National Bank,
Memphis, Teno ; Citiien. Bank. Xew urleans. La ;
Hke. i iwjre A Brothers. New Orleans, La. .
NovliMly
GEORGE M BARBER,
President.
ALEX H AKTHCB.
Cashier.
NATIONAL BANK OF VICKSBURC.
j EXCHANGE ON NEW YORK, NEW
ORLEANS, ST. LOUIS, CHICAGO
A N I C I N C I N N ATI.
vi'Hoi.rsai : amd kftail iii:i tut in
HAKIAVAKE,
QL'EEXSWARK,
TI-V WAKE,
'iiliinton Hotel tluiUlinf'.
: ---':'y
VlrKtKl'KO Miss,
TIIA A ro
Oeaif rn in
IUO.V, VKb.V, .A1LS, SPIKKK,
! i..(;ksmitii l- j . ,
'.lining; .nil Wrapping Paier,Ac,
No. I, Miiiberiy Street.
1 tckubury, M Us.,
Mly.
Louis Hoflinan & Bro.,
HiNtFACTLREKS i.U DEAI.EItS IS
BLAPtJD -JVJFL ID
SADUtEHV, PLOWS, -NAILS,
BELTING AXD KOPE.
of all sizes wholesale and retail.
JO?- We are also agents for Wheeler &
Wilson's SEWING MACHINES.
LOUIS HOFFMAN & BKu.,
Washington at.. Vicksburj:.
D. c. ,i0 105. ly
U. E. O RE1LLY, B. F. BO LING,
O'KKIhb Y t BOWLING,
WHOLK.SALK AND RETAIL
g rt O O IE JR. s
AMI
DKALKRS IN GENERAL PKODIX'E.
The best BraDit.s ot
Hour and Liquum,
Levee St., 1st Brick Storo South of China St.,
Directly opposite Williams & Co.'s Wharf-boat.
Fu 3 H.V VICKSBURG, MISS.
DR. L. REIIS'ACi I,
Wholesale atid Ketail
DRUGGIST,
!
I Feh.2dly VICKSBURG, MISS.
v M JOHNSOX,
VickHOurg-.
S D. Wash KAMPKJN
I Yazoo City.
JOHNSON & LAMKIN.
Vio.ltssliTii'a: NIi.
(irocrrN, 1'rovKloii llei IiuuIm,
(Under the I'rtntits House,)
HAVE FOR SALE,
v a m: at M Fit it ' . f U ;
Kin
Meal,
11 id i
Col u,
OittB,
Citron,
Ctirritit
Kainiuri,
Prtinen,
Mackerel,
Cranl.errieB,
Sjiicea,
Hay,
Salt,
Li uie,
.Meat,
r
Sauce,
Potatoes.,
H iters,
Oiiiuns,
Preserves,
Apples,
Pickles,
Soap,
Catsups,
Jt
mi
w
s
R
r
0.
r.
Candles,
Wiues,
Cordials,
Starch,
Siifar,
(otie.
mm
m Jellies,
Vinegar,
Herrintn,
Oaknui,
Tobacco
Crackers.
Mess Pork,
Bacon,
Tea,
Rice,
Soda,
Oil.
I XT' Orders solicite'l and promptly tilled. 1
deceit- ly
AND
HARNESS MANUFACTURER.
WILLIAM TILLMAN'S
COKNER. Old Stand, Washington
street, Vickabnrg Miss., wholesale
kand retail dealer in Sad.l.ery. Hard
ware, Leather, Saddle Trees, itc.
ou Uand and prepared to manufacture to order all
! deSCriUtiotlA Of adillHU and Mhow.,, at ahnr, nnliM
Spanish. Mexican Rig, Shattoes. Sides, and Coaeh
and Buggy Brerk and Team Harness,
4Lao
A large assortment of Door Mats, JParlor Kngs, OU
Cloths. Kultxr Belting
ALSO
Posjls,
Ouiis, and
iaar.31t jan'67 Ammunition.
JAMES E. PERNETT Jb CO.
IOTTOJI tAITIIKs
Forwartlin'' Coinmminn Y prr h a II ft
ru,"aru,u tuuuu,MU 'Berru-l
Corner Crawford and Levee Sta.,
VICKSBCRG, MISS.
I.ilieral cash a.iranojs on eonsiptmenta of cotton
and produce not perishable.
STORAGE.
We have a Iarjre fire proof warehouse and ean
store any amount of goous' jan ia,jIr
DRAKE & CO.,
I'l.AaVTATION SUPPLIES
FAMILY GROCERIES,
Wholesale and Retail
ALSO
IrPirocI-Lio cioacl
C0LMISSI0N MERCHANTS,
No. 8, Washington Strwt
Febodly. VICKSBCRG, Miss
joiix' ii. rni:i:sE & co.,
WHOLESALE ASD RETAIL DEALERS IX
AVestei-n Produce,
Flat Boat Laxihxg, rear "National Bank."
VICKSBCRG. MISS.'
3T All orders promptly attended to. mv3-tf
r. r. roi.eER, u folgik, w. a. thomaa.
FOLGER 4 CO.,
Dealers in
BiRDWiRE, 1M.1. SHIP CIIA.VDLE I
37 tfc 39 Magazine Street,
OpppHtt St. Jamm SottL
w Orltui,
may ZldBm
rr f,'i;-.f,.
I feaeSHi'
mississzppi,
.VEW ORLEANS.
Jdolbear commercial college, poixTcluEABTHOTK-THTEi .jv. lf ,. . . , ;
I i A wul open itt Poio, clear Hotel on or about UrUgS. Jit tltCiH S OtlcfllCUlS, )
p.,.., imr. , n c - . the I8tb day of May neat. This establishment it now ' j
! Lorner I amn and Common .su.. m tti ik.m,iiitiuid..,i T ' : I -r, . v-v-mrs r-rr .
er Camp and Commoa Sis., in
Sptcioua and Elegant "Story Euilding,"
! eoaitaot'y la : on a idsr ab'e P.'ijfor. It
waa foaade l,in le U. and chartered fcv tee State
Jta fnrmer atndeau may be foard aa P-.--c;pai or
Boak Keoper in a lar?e portinn nf the lt Imainta of
toil city aad over toe .itBern i-j.te l aiiea or
Gentlemeo ean attend the tV-mn-ereiai e.,nrse. or
""ok-Keeninj. Presunhio. M at hema'ins. Enelijfc.
Frenrfl or bpaai.h A to.icea eiac. tiwi that en
able one toeam ImiOorti 00 anuaaliy. i th- beet
fortune Mrent ea gi taeir aont A LIPLOMA
from toi Colfcesei it a pis..rt in rh ':snmercial
commuaiti-s. Lad!, 9 asrt Oeot'eTtin a-e i. vited to
r" HUPVS H i B (K l"'dlit.
Jan lAtily.
TH'iS 1, CBSSOWETH, JOH F CjlSfT. II ( 1 i Hall
Lateof Maaon.Co.Ky. Late of st.Louis. Krntocky.
CHENOWETH, CASET 4 CO.,
Comuiiioii M-r-h.m,,
Dottier! iD
BAGGING, ROPE A Nf TWINE,
PORK, BACOS, LAUD, BKEF, FLOfK
WESTERN PRODUJE HENKitALl.Y.
No. 53 Grav'r ""'ree'.
New Orleat
Peraonal attention iriven w tu .,.(e ot Mer
haadwe and Urocerte f.,r ti.- i-..umrv JaEl-iv j
Ml I F (.lil t Ti A. ..
( O P TON KACTOIJS
unniissim mekciu.u'-
So. ii'i, Carnudolel trfet.,
NoIMIy
CH. RAYMOND,
FURNITURE I) E A L E ll, j
No. ."1 Royal Slreft, cororr ot' l!;..uvillr, j
.vcir of.f.t.v.s.
Hh on hand a eomtiltf nnpplv of all kia.ls of Fur- i
oituiv, of Oi latrtt atylr. wloch'Ue ..ff-n. for aulv on i
rt-HKouablc triu. , j-, !,-, , , I
GET YOUR SKIRTS
AT
S N. 'M 0 O I) YS,
-'.r. Canal &. Itojal su,,
NEW ORLEANS.
UNDERSHIRTS,
DRAWERS.
HOSIERY,
GLOVES.
CRAVATS.
SUSPENDERS,
HANDKERCHIEFS,
UMBRELLAS,
4 nr!-Vcry variety of Goods for a Gentleman's toih-t.
at prices that defy comtetiti"B
Afp-ncy for Lockwood i l'ap.-r Collars Tfc trae
supplied at Phiiadelphis prices.
Orders promptly tilled hv Express Send iz of
neck, your heuht and weight.
Copy a.idress: s N MOODY.
Corner Canal and Uoval stivrts.
Jan lCdfim Sew Orli-ans
R. B L E A K I, EY 7& C ,
W II O L E S A L E G It O C E II s.
COTTON FACTORS
AND
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
jVOS. nfi, Srf, 60 C3 and 64 Poydraa Street, comer of
11 Poydraa luid Tchopitoalas Street.
IV K VV KI.Kt NM.
JAU Cottin conMigned t ns will rec.-ive tli pr
foui attention of Mr. J F. tiiruult, it'ornirlv w.tl,
the house of Wright Sl Allen) who is sp.-c.a. i-Larkd
with that department ef our business.
GEO. C. SEP A STAIN
will be found at this house, ready to wait on his old
friends. jau
I.. MI. UI ll A,
De;it-r in
F O KJE I G N V I N E S. U I Q U ) li S,
And Sole Proprietor of
PURE
Upot Xos. 63, Hr,, GT C.Irotl St.
Xear Tchopitoulaa Street,
Xe.v Orlenas.
Febisdly.
E. J. HART & C O.,
Inijporfera
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
DRUOfilSTS A NO
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
73, 73 & 77 Tchonpitoulas Street.
mbSMlT. yEir ORLEANS
A SIXGLE TRIAL WILL
O.NVIN"E TUB VIOMT NliFPlH tl.
that there is unequalled virtue in the
RED JACKET ST01IACII BITTER!.!
THEY ARE A COMBINATION
OT RARE HERDS!
PREPARED a THE CHOICEST
OLD BOURBON WHISKEY
They strengthen
and invigorate the sys
tern. They give a good' and
healthy appetiw. The v assist ii -gestion
Tliey are the Vst atinin
lant to eiiatenoe. They are pre
ventive of fever and agile.
1 hey enre servona beaTl-
aclie. Xhev
fectly pn're and
are per-
palatable.
b aJ Ungista and Dvalers in the conntrv j. 1
BE2TS-ETT PXETEES CO.,
31 31 Michigan Aremie. Chicago.
Sole Tropr teztrr'
J.XO. W. rVOKKIw St t O.,
Wholrtale Southern Jgtnls,
.,.,., 52 Canal Street,
ApLM-dSm yew Orleans. La
XEW ORLEAXS
MILLINER Y AND DRESSMAKING
ESTABLISHMENT.
ONSWnt. center ot aecond blixk.be.
low the Capitol, where the choicest and
most fashionable style of
HATS, BONNETS, FLOWERS,
and Plumes may be bad. Crape and Thulle
Bonnrta made to order, also DREs?MKIVG
done in the latest style. April 2rtUf '
JOIIX II- KEEP,
DEALER IX
Metals, Mechanics' Supplies,
Stores, Cooking rtensils, Scale.
Stamped and Japanned Tin Ware, Etc.
26 4 20 eaaal streeL fflTtlw Cwr T o tm
New Orleans.
MOODY'S f
SHIRTS.j
Tuesday, jue 5, 1866
NEW ORLEAXS.
the
betnc repainted and est in nnsuu r.n.ir ..wt
onion, gaaasd water-. ork. are bcicf ererted. the
gTonnda beantifnHy laid eat and the bonae furmiabed
entirely sew i.k tie beat of oateriala and latent im
provemeota. Arran)rmenti will be made for direct eommnniea
tL witk Xew Orieatu anl Mobile both by ateaaboat
and telegTapb. Billiard 1 ab.ee of th- moat approved
pattern have been ordered, new Ten Pin Alley, being
bnUt, and every ametement .arable to the eUmatc
and the place, affirded to man. woman and child.
For be-.h tn. and n.Mrg and healtkfnlneaa, thia
celebrated waterioj place ca no aoperior oa the ea
ttnent, and the andertiied i iteaia to make It the
moat pleasant and comfortable in the world.
April ild'jyl CHAS. E. SMEDES. Manager.
Portable and Stationary
STEAM EGLES,
ClhCULA R SA W MILLS,
HOES CIRCULAR SAWS,
CORNd- FLOURING MILLS.
RUBBER .1 LEATHER BELTING,
STKAM AI WATER GI AGKS,
K.VOLISH CAST STEEL,
Bntchera Saw File.,
tium - Hrtrip aitd Lubrt
catiiit' Pac-kiug, Bolts, Nuts
and Wasbi-rs, boiler Iron
and KiVrla, Saw ests,
Monkey Wrenches. Gas Pipe and Fitting,
omni ncnines, MaehiniMs' T onla.
UmnDWOElHS Plainicif Machines, and
v a-scnption ot stiw Mill
a&d HlaotMt.n
chir.fry on hnd and for sale by
EDMUXD IJf. ITESS CO ,
r& Rt. Cliatlen street. .
n,!,24a:it SEW OB1EASS.'
canXTian
IBf,fiUGE
A C
i
AIN
REMEDY
OK
WORMS.
i
WINER'S
( 'ANAIUAN VERMIFUGE,
SAVES THE CHILDREN.
WINER'S
CA NAP IAN VERMIFUGE,
OL'dHTrO HE IN ALL NURSERIES.
WINER'S
CAN A DUX VERMIFUGE,
IS THE IF.UGHT OF MOTHERS.
WINER's
CANADIAN VERMIFUGE,
DESTROYS WORMS AT ONCE.
WINER'S
CANADUX VERMIFUGE.
THE mr.ir.HT OF NURSES
WINER'S
CA XA J) IA X VERMIF UGE,
THE ONLY THiNG THAT C.4S BE RELIEDON
TO EXTERMINATE WORMS.
WINER'S
CA XA D IA N VERMIFUGE,
EXPELLING irORMS.
et-
R.-lnembfc :s the onlv the- t,. An ba depended
n It has had years of tro1 Jemal, always been
hr.ile.l wnb joy by the snf .'ug ,w sure and" ask for
Miners Canadian Yerm'htae.
ForsaiH bv -ill dniL'iristii and by
T. U. WIIKWHT, Sole Pmprirtor
33 Bienville lit.
mat-AMly. Aw- ORLEANS
PKEiEKviMi, ici:itki;,
(a 11
BEAUTIFYING THE HAIR.
All.l la Ilia n..,ol ,t.li-l,ri,l .r, v.,nurr.,l .l.l.
world nrndneeil
1'he imprietor has devotea both time and attention I
in combmina; and preparins: this article. Each incre-
diem i sfl-cte , carefully prepared and combined in
proppr proportions and is otTereJ with a certainty that
it will p.ve satisfaction.
No comment is necessary; a fair trial will convince
all of its erticftcy.
Ladies will hnd it not only a certain remedy to
Restore, DarkHn and Beautify the Hair, bul also a de
sirable article for the Toilet, as it is highly perfumed
with arich and dHicat? prf.inie, indptidfut ol the
fragrant od,,r of the Oils of llilm and Mace.
FOR SALE BY ALL
DRUGGISTS AND PERFUMERS,
T. W. WRIGHT, SoU Proprietor,
33 BlenvllU St.
NEW ORLEANS, LA.
18GC SPUING.
...18GG
11IIOLESALG,
J . i k v o i s & a o .,
IMPORTEIS OF FOREIGN DRY GOODS,
ILiv r.-w in store full lini-s of thfir nsnal
ITAPLE GOODS,
AsweFl as theLatest Novelties is
'F.I.VCr DRESS FABRICS,
Adapted to tha
SOUTHERN SPRING TRADE.
Cwmprtaiajt:
Fancy STUFFS and LAWNS.
French ant Scotch LAWSS.
JAOONE rg and ORGANDIES.
PfcRCALfr S sad GINGHAMS.
Solid and Striped CHAMHRAY8.
Vrncb and English PRINTS.
UtEllE.i and TISSCB8.
Broche Of RNAOINKS,
VRENADINEjs in Platn Colors.
Black and Colored ALPACAS.
CLOTH and C- ASKImERES.
VKRINOES and DRAP D'ETE.
Fancy Linen DRILLINGS
Weite DUCK end DRILLS
Mohair LACES SHAWLS.
French COTTON A DES.
White GOODS and LINENS.
Balmoral S.KIRTS
Ladies' Dress TRIMMINGS.
(Jowgoa MATTING white and Checked.
With a foil line, of
AMERICAN GOODS,
1.
CALICOES,
SHIRTINGS and
SHEETINGS,
Which we offer ta Merchants
AT THE LOWEST MARKET RATES
AND OX
LIBERAL TERMS.
J. LEVOIS 4 CO.,
Caaal street comet of BmuVn.
ORLEANS
mar32.3n
MULLER & PI A GET,
3 5 Chartr Street,
SKW ORLEA..H.
Ids poi Usi of
STRAW, MILLISERr, ASD FOBEIGX
DRY GOODS.
Stock constantly renewed by weekly acoeaaion of
the Istteat noveltiea ia
STRAW BONNETS AND BATS, RJSBONf
ASTITICUL, E LOWERS AND SXASQXASLX,
tissues. terms libkral. aptdiy
f7i , .--,',-
XEW ORLEAXS.
rAJUMO, UJLAISS,
DYE STUFFS, PEEFUilEBY,
AxVl FANCY GOODS,
AT WHOLESALE.
JAMES GONEGAL,
20 .St. Cbarhs St
.IVir Orleans, Ia.
Having received bv the late arrival, a large Stuck of
Freh an New DRUGS, ia adoitija to the lare i
aottmeat oa haad. 1 am now prepared to mtppty the
Urge and increaiag wauta of Uie DKLii TBADE
SOUTH.
The foIlnwiSj arucls eompriae a part of my (took
Acids, all kinds, Alcohol,
Balsam Copabia,
Auinionia, Carbonate,
Bay Rum.
Blue Vitriol,
Brimstone,
Castor Oil.
Chalk, red and white,
Chloroform,
Copperas,
Cuttle Fish Bone,
Epecac,
Jalap,
Lunar Caustic,
Mace.
Matrui-sia,
Mm phiue.
Opium,
Ouinint?,
Rotuelle Salts,
Blue Mass,
Borax,
Calomel,
Cantharadies,
Chloride Lime,
Concentrated Lve.
Cream Tartar,
Indigo,
Isinglass,
Licorice,
Boot,
Madder,
-M.lllli;!.
i Mjisk,
! Xutuei;s.
Quicksilver,
all Kotten Stone,
ulphur,
i'timice Stone
Syringes,
Taunin,
Epsom t-iUts,
Turpeutine,
Ether, Nitrio;KFE, Emery Flour.
" Sulphuric. Emerv ami
uaiuboge,
Glauber Salts,
Extrtu-ta, .s,r!;u A Uiii.!
Flax Seed,
" ground,
tlli;er,
tiiini Assai'a dita.
" Camphor,
j Gum Arabic,
" Benzoin,
! " Sheliack.
" Myrrh,
, Glycerine,
Hops,
Oil lVroamot,
'" 1 tauacaiitli.
Glue.
Hel hs, fresh.
" Cod Liver, white, OilAui.se,
; .lark, " Ciniiunioi
I " Olive, li'tsatulu'i Is ' t'rotnn
Satvsa litis.
Leuioti,
" Peiperinint,
" Wintergreen,
Pepper, Cayenne.
Potassa, Iodide,
Rhubarh,
Saleratus,
Snutt'.in jars A bottles
Soda. Bicarbonate,
White Wax.
White Lead,
Pepper, black.
Pota.sh, Chlorate.
Putty,
Salt pet re,
Senna,
Soap, Ca.stile,
Sponre,
Slum,
Soda, Sal,
Yarnisdi,
P K R F.r M K R VJ
Fancy Good.s, Stationery,
Comlw, Brushes,
Cologne, Handkerchief extracts
Pomades, Flavoring,
Toilet Articles, Puffs JL Powder Boxes
Soaps.plain and fancy .Patent Medicines.etc.
We welcome to oar columns again our old friend,
Dr Humphreys, and his specific H,mo?itbic Reme
dies. We have known the Docror for many years,
and know him as a ronscientiens Christian gentleman,
and an accomplished physician. We have used his
Specific ourselves, and they are used extensively
among oor friends, and are free to say that they are
allthat they claim to be invaluable Family Medi
cines. All who have the pleasure of Dr. H.'s ac
quaintance, knew that he woald offer nothing to the
public unless it was fully np to the standard of recom-
IIOIPIIKUYX'
II (IJIIKIIPATIIK NPEl'IFICH,
nA VE proved, from tha most ample experience, an
entire success; Simple Prompt Efficient, and
i.eliable. They are the only Medicines perfectly
adspt er popular use so simple that mistakes can
not be made in oaing them, so harmless as to be free
from danger, and so efficient aa to be always reliable.
I hey have raised the highest commendation from all,
and will always render satisfaction.
Cents.
No. 1. Cures Fmrs. Congestion, lunamations 2.1
" 2 " H'onM. Worm Fever, Worm t holic tin
3, " Crying-Colic or Teething of iafaats. . 85
-, Diarrhoea of children or adaits . i
H 5. " Dytmury Oriping. Billious Colic 25
" Ckoicra Morbut, Nausea, Vomiting. ...25
7. " Coufks, ,o;ds. ;BroncLitis 25
8, " Neuralgia. Teotb-ache, Face aehe 25
' , M HeadacAn, 8ick-Headache. Vertigo. ...25
" 10, '- Ihjsprpsia. Billions stomach. 25
" l. " Suppressed, or painfol Periods ...S.5
" 1', IfAues. too profuse Periods 25
13. '' ICraup, Cough, difticnlt Breathing
' M, " SaU Rhenm, Erysipelas. Kruntious 25
"4 15 " Rheumatism, Khsutnatic Pains v5
I' io. " Fever and Ague, Ohiil Fever, Agne. .S5
' 17. 1'iles. blind or bleeuing 50
" 1H, " Opkihalmy, and s ,re or weak Fyes AO
" 'f, " Catarrh., aente or chronic. Influenza. S"
" 20, " HTuioptng-Ooag-h violent Owalitt.. 50
' 21, " Asthma, oppressive breathing 50
" fsS, " Ear Vist-Jiarg-s. impaired Hearing. ...50
"21. " Scrofula, enlarged Oland. .Swellings. 50
"24, ' General Debility, Physical Weakness. .50
25, Dropsy nd scanty secretious -.50
" tl, Sea-.Stcknefs from I iding ...50
" 27, " Kulney IHsease Gravel 50
" 2H, ' Nervous iMbiiuy Seminal Emissions,
involuntary Discharges 1 00
" 29, " Sort Mouth, Canker 50
j -iO, ' Urinary Incontinence, wetting beJ. .. 50
31, " Painful Periods, even wi'h pasnls.. 50
i " 3-', Sufferings at ct.aniie of life 1 00
"31, " EpUepey. .Spasms. St. ;Vitua"Dauce. .1 00
" 34, Inptheria. ulcerated Sore Throat.... 50
FAMILY CASKS.
35 vials, niorcero case, and book SiOOo
20 laege vials, in mornceo, and b sik BOO
.'0 large vis's, plain cane, snd book 5 00
15 boxes (Noa. 1 to 15), and book 'A 00
VKTERIJIAKV SPECIFICS.
Malic gauy cases, 10 vials $10 00
Single vials, w itb directirns j 00
ryi'hesj Remedies, by the esse or siux.e b, are
l rent to any part ot the country, by Mail or Kxpresa,
free of charge on receipt ot the (nice. Addrers
HUMPHREYS' SPECIFIC
j HOMOEOPATHIC MEDICINE COMPANY.
Office and Depot, No. 561 Broadw.v, New York.
I Dr. Humphreys is consulted daily at his office, p-r-,
sonaly or by letter, as above for all forms of disease.
JAMES GOXEGAL,
Wholesale Agent for the Southern States.
CRAFT, t JOHNSON,
AGENTS,
Jacknon, Ming.
M..1 ch 1 ly
K A 'M I I V r w i l i at , .
rvxiLl M 1. LI 1 t 1 ft to
THE BEST I.N THE IIUKI.U1
NEVER KNOWN TO FAIL!
A CERTAIN, PLEASANT A.NO POSITIVE CI RE !
WARRANTED!
( iard i n tr's Rheu malic
AND
IS A L(. I A COJI I!
This remedy, so extensively known, and so un
qualifiedly endorsed by the Medical Faculty is offered
to the public as unequalled by any other in the treat
ment of hoeumattsm and Neuralgia, na matter of
how long standing or how severe, r-atients who bsd
for years drawn a miserable existence, have by an oc
casional dose of this ' Balm of Oiieart." been restored
to health and comfort after all the usual remedies and
nostrums had been tried and found useless. Its sur
prising etfects have been experienced by thouianns.
and never known to fail. It requires n" restraint
from business or pleasure, and may be nurd by those
ot the most delicate constitutions as a strict purifier
of the blood, which is so very essential in the founda
tion of good health.
JAMES G0NEGAT,
Xw Orleans.
Wholesale Agent for top Routh.
fy Sold hy !! Druggists. nihiftjdly.
lTA THING OF BEAUTY IS A JOY
FOREVER."
MARTHA WASHINGTON
II A IE R E ST O E E E
Is a perfect fsuccess The beat in Market.
A HAIR DRESSER AND HAIR .RESTORER
BOTH
COMBINED IN ONE.
10,000 Living Witnesse are testifying to their
Neighbors, from day to day, of its Wonlerfu) Effect!
1 ltisnotadve
2. It will not color the skin.
3. It will restore the Hair from a grey to .a Beau
tiful Black, Brown, or Auburn, or whatever might
have been its original color, and eause it to assume its
former eolor.
4. It will enre all Humors and Diseases of the
Scalp; keep tbe bead cool and nice: remove the
Dandruff and Scurf from the'Haad; keep the Hair moist
and silk like in appearance as
IN YOLTHFUL DATS.
5. It will promote a Healthy Growth ; prevent it
from falling off, end
Causa it to Growon Bald Heads.
Where there is Life and Vitality at the Roots. But,
where thea are gone there ia
No Hope of Success.
THE MARTHA WASHINGTON HAIR SE8
T0RKR la as much ahead cf anything of
the kind, new - U the market, aa the
sun outshines the moon
In . Brightness and Glory,
THE BEST TESTIMONY THAT CAN BE
given will be fomnd inside of each bottle.
Warranted to do
All we Claim for it
The Money Refunded,
After using two Bottles.
TrTTt,
AXD BE C0XVIXCED.
Sold by ;J1 Druggists and Dealers in
Medicines everywhere.
SLMONDS fe CO., Proprietors. N. H.
Fiuwilliam., N. H.
JAMES GONEGAL,
20 St. Charles St., New Orleans,
mbfiSdly.
Sole Agents.
NEW ORLEAXS.
HUB BEL'S
STPERIOR OLD
20 '
j
CABINET BRANDY
(MEDICATED.)
AN INEQUALED KEMEDV FOR
DIARKIICEA, SIMMER COMPLAINT,
Cholera, Cholera Morbus,
iGrijiiiiff Pains in the Bowels
,
j
1
j
j
CHRONIC DIAIiRIKEA.
! If isjhihly apjiroved by the Medical Faculty
i
For T ha age of Watrr and Ulcl.
SOLI) BY ALL DRUGGISTS, AND EVERY
BOTTLE WARRANTED
nuBin:i;s
Celebrated
GOLDEN BITTER S.
A PI RELY VKUETABLK TOXIC'!
InviKoralins; and Mirenglhrn int.
Fortifies the system against the evil effects of uu
wholesome water. Fr sale la all parts of the world.
tF-CES'TRAL DEPOT American Er
press Building, 05 Uudnon Street, New York
Manufactary Hudson, .V. I'.
.EO. V. lll llltKI, C O.,
Proprietors.
Sole Agent, JAMES GONEGAL,
-Whnlrauile Lrrnjrififrt,
mb2lly 20 St. Charles al.. New Orleaim.
LILIENTIJAL'S
PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY,
131 Puydi u m., near Camp,
Yw Orleans, Im.
Established lfr,4.
PICTURES OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS
Are finished Jin this establishment in the best style
Particular attention is paid to
Eclargla Small Pictures
to an .i...u.r awe. The most Imperfect small
picture may be enlarged to life size and finished in
Oil, Pastel, Canvass, Parchment or in Pho'oarapbs
painted in Aqnarel, India Ink, tc ,
THE BEST ARTISTS
Only are employed In sending small r ictures. parlies
should state the color ol eyes and hair, and direct the
style the picture is to be finished. When convenient
it is better to bring it themselves and give full direc
tions. No work need be accepted unless it gives
COMPLETE SATISFACTION.
PICTURES OP DECEASED
FRIENDS AND RELATIVES
Can be Made to Smile upon yon
As in Ldfe.
CiF Prices moderate to suit the times.
mar-Aidly
JOHN W. NOBR1S. RELI1EN E. CHAMPION
JNO. W. NORRLS & CO.,
(Successors to GRAY at NORR1S.)
Cotton, Sugar and Produee Factors
And General Com mission
AND FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
ts'l Canal Str-el,
New Orleans.
Cash advances male on consignments.
Wholesale Agent for
The Celebrated Rd Jacket Bitters,
Phnsnix MiUs Ootfee and Si.i-,
Bishopriek's P.akWr ''owners.
Fire an giar Proof Safes, ic.
aTji 0O.IiU.
E- L. PIERSOX i 0 O.,
W haUsalt and Retail Dealers "in
AXD
GK TS'lPl'Ri8IIIKO ,o o D ,
Msrrln Street,
(Corner (rravier.)
New Orleans, Louixiana.
uT:,E.?ra' formerly of W. B. Uunn Sc Co..
Mobile, AU- BihJodSm
BEXTER J. BCTLER,
Vickaburg, Miaa.,
!'. M. KICHARDSOX,
Vickacorg, Miaa.
ADAM CIFFEN,
Xew Orleans.
THOS. L. TKRKY',
Tien ton. La.
BUTLER, TERRY & CO..
COTTON FACTORS,
General Commission and Forwadrlng
MERCHANTS,
No. 97 Pojdras Street, New Orleans,
Front Office, Up Stairs. apl.Sdly.
J. B. SHEARCK,
Mobile.
C. A. LACKIE,
A iMTriu..
SHEARER LACKIE,
COTTO.t FAt TORS.
GENERAL COMMISSION, RECEIVING,
Forwarding Merchants,
No. 33 Natchez Street,
April lUlv NEW ORLEANS
BEICE M. KOORE, A. HAEILTOW GRECKE
i-te or coromnna, iliaa. Xew Orleana
JtlOUKt, LrlittNE & CAJ
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
EMfiriag and Forwardiaf AgenU,
And Factors for the gale of all kinda of
SOUTHERN A-JTD WESTERN lEODCC,
No. 72 New Levee Street
Xew Orleans.
Will give etrict pereocal sttentioB in th nnr
l-twoS Inetmettona atrictljoeyel
h. BROWN k CO,
COT TO N F ACTORS
AND
General Commission jnerthmnts.
No. 38 Natchea Street, 7
Prep i Pal .Mentions. "fcnt I
otorden, , April llil,
NUMBER 2t3.
SEW ORLEAXS.
JOIIX T. HAHDIJtCO:
Cotton Factors
AND
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
6.'. Caromldet, corner IVrdiJo st. New Ortear
jaii21.lv
I)- TAYLOR Jfc SO
Manufacturers of
OOOTS and SHOES,
Suceessors ef
H- taylor a co., au j tavlor a Raddlv,
' y Common st. New Orleans,
UIVE US A CALL.
jariLMv
lplnia Tobacco Ajtncy
ISAAC d DREYFUS,
i IMPORTERS OF
! CHEWING, LEAF anj SX0KJXO
toijvcco,
;EGAi:.S,Pipcs. and all Und, of s,oti11?sr.
tlcies.
,-a--k , Ul1i'an- lanl
COTTOX FACTOR
GENERAL OMUIVSIOX MI IU II A T
. ;lt " Caro"dl l't revt. Nen Orleans.
LIBERAL l ash ,,
made on consign-
UK'tlt.
FRANK. WEBB,) 1JAS. ARBl'CKLE,
WM. POLK, j" A. u. mCKlsso;
IVUIili, J'OLK tf CO..
C I) T T ) X FACT O R S
COMMISSION M ENCHANTS.
16 CaronuVlel St., N. Orleans
niarls-ly
. C. SIrAI.LISTK.il, K. M.'NAIK
H. liAKl'KS
, H'lm &
WHOLESALE OKOCEKS,
AND
(' 0MMISSI0X MER CHA XTS.
No. 7 Common stm t. Now Orloans.
jaull-tiin
S. I.. NASITS.
S. C. NASITS.
S. L, NASITS & 131.0..
l.ALERsin Leaf ami Manufaetureu To
. , lawo. Cigars. Pipes, smitl, ,v,-. Our sto. k
is larKe and v, ell selei toil ; ami Merehants are
mvtted to examine it.
S2 Gravicr tUet't. New Orleans. jan'r-l v
J . . e o i a h ,
l SUCCESSOR TO COPES rilELPS. J
COTTON FACTOR,
AND
c;enekai. commission merchant
No. 61, st. Charles St. corner Union,
NEW ORLEANS.
ORDERS reoeived for Hoop Iron llale Bind
ings, made with the most approved Wasps,
and ready for immediate np. jan'i-tf.
STEVENS & SEYMOUK,
urroiiTEi:$
AXD DEALERS IN
PAI'ER,
STATIONERY, ULANK HOOKS,
SCHOOL HOOKS,
Cutlery, Fancy Goods, cCc,
td as Common Street,
orrosiTE citv hotel,
NEW ORLEANS.
fiia?" Established in ISM. Bff
THE SUBSCRIBERS invito the at-
tuution of C ity ami Country Oralrrs to their
exU'nstvr aeeurtment of liooils, !i.ja.t-l to
every branch of trade, we receive our floods
ilirp-t from rbc niBrnniicttirirs, Ijntii t.iielra
and domestic, and are enabled to sell an lotv un
any other house. We have in tor and to
which we are receiving coiisL'tnt additions :
PATKILS. rrintint:, nil sizes, ;md Wrap
pint;, various sizes; Writing. Ktiirli-h, Frejt. li
and American. STA'i IoXKKY of every de
scriitiou. BLANK IKloKS, Coiiistini;fT
Ifrcor(ls, Day Rooks. Journal. Tintc-Iiooki,
Coptiny-Presses, Jul, Playing Curds,
SCHOOL BOOKS.
A larire nsatirtmcnt, .onsistimr of l.iwu
dozen Webster's Spellers; l.mn) dozen Kr
Gurl'ey'a Readers; also, Arithim tics, inctiona
ries, Geographies.
ALSO, OF DIRECT IMPORTATION
CUTLERY, G U N S , PISTOLS,
Percussion Caps, Violin Strings Eish Hooks
and Lines, Cntubs, Rrushes, Needles an,j
Fane y Z o oils,
in ereat variety, all of which we oQcr for sale
as low as any house in the Southern States.
STEVENS St. SEYMOUK,
March 16, lR6C-3m.
SAMUEL BARRETT,
COTTON FACTOR
AND
Genera! Commission Merchants.
Corner of Common nnd Baronne Streets, En
trance on Baronne street.
Jan21.1v NEW ORLEANS.
JOHN . HYDE.
r.n. 1. EOOlKK
JOHN I', iivdi: 4. CO.,
Forwarding and Commission
MERCHANTS,
So. 113 Common Street,
maiTG-Cm sr.w oklea.vs, la.
H. T. COFFKE MOeKS BATES.
II. T. COFFEE ,fc CO.,
Cotton Iiiotoi-si
AND
GENERAL C0MMLS.-1O.V MKKCHANTs,
No. 102 Gravier street, New Orleans,
STIUCT attention iriveti to the Pttrehse and
Sale of Merchandise. Lilx rul advances
made on Consignments, myl-tf
ALEX. P. STEW'AKT,
of Tennessee.
CIUS, 8. bTKWAKT.
of Louisiana.
STEWAIiT & BliOTIIEK,
COTTON AND TOBACCO FACTORS.
GKNERAL COMMIsSIOX,
Keeeiviasg w.m& Farwaiaiag lerclluts.
No. 47 Carondi lft street, New Orleau.
jan!4-lv
L. GRUXEWAI.D'S
MUSIC S TO III,
AND
PIANOFORTE WABEROOJIS,
No. 120 Canal Street, New Orleans.
PUBLISHER of Music, and importer of Mu
sical Instruments, string-, etc. janl4-ly.
LOUISIANA UOTEL,
213 A. 2I,"... Tchonpitoulas St & 215
J. COXDOX, Proprietor.
ryniS Hotel having reeently been thorouchly ren
X ovatd. and placed in complete order is f 0i"t
is now open for the reception ef tiueete
The rooms are well veutiiate.1 and the tahl will
be , fumiahed with the beet that the .Sort"
Snperior accommo.Jat.o.areolf.-rwl to tihet
asweUaathe traveling public generally labeut
B r , ;,rate now,el""-Bel b'other-Hola
L.,C;l'U,yl nd eoti.,n thi. house defle.
eompettaon. It w eit aatwi about aaimare ro the
Lit Lara, and within two aiinarea of the LeTee, di
reetly opposite the Texas feteamaliip Landing, and
near ft. atarv Market.
X. B CaU and se for jonrself, and do net be in
Buenced by ha k drivers or anv other solicitor, who
tIP-'t t oe paid commisoioi.s lor their servieee.
I he patronage of the public, i" reepe. tfully ao
hcid. JOHN COS1XJS.
' , Proprietor Louiaiana Hotel.
J-ew Orleans, afar S-il. leeo dtt . .
.J- A. LUM,
DEALER IX
CARRIAGES AND HARNESS,
So. 74 St. Charles L, New Orleans,
HAS on hand a large tiOrtment of Car
riages and Harness suitable for the Mis
sissippi trade.
janl4-tira
HN8,-F("Ltn' JOanean MrLanrinSr .
FULKERdON JKSK&m,
COTTON FACTOR?
COMMISSION AND ' '
FOR WARDING MERCHANTS,
oetJIv NaiW ORLEANS,
OP C HeUCBIIT, Aat. .
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