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. ..................... b .00 ..o............ 10 taen for lew, than 6 S- - - EPT. 4, Ib0. gje-Cavll Bray, Emj. of I the duty authorized ATOL n Vernon par made by him will Sarried out by s. ý Zký 1 311*A3TU13 OF MAILS. Departs n s . ids r 7 p. r. ' r' hnrehacyI p m w "" .8itnnlay 7 pm 1W O3I3A13S. DeR rte. 11. i-r'as.~ Tbnbnr day 7 ?p m~p ' (( ASaturday 7 pm AND W PN WILD. Depsr$A.r SOL Wedniedla 7a, Satmrday7 auk Departr. 1· Tueuay 7 a mn Thndty 7 am futhvtay 7a m hernA 1. 6. Ofitce open sto9, Orl ill a. isened a*Ar will bes gRoodotbesse _umkbaiir hLa not yet flaong, nearly r eý b 'beb ullofa fit svsm«days past. The 1 .leabodlg Ouhmrns 1 '_ alb spmber of .ie. w I hope; oar oltle 1 edsIUty sad hopiltallty.i bas in char"e ImdsbfrAmdble 3suiam. sad he1 Imsud the publIe ofthls hoe uwlli' dte earncg bawlit m*. hI tad ildst I ,,taw aU andwiate prio will daw a tthe Mthoit I gmk olelpt met at tin I ýtes teMourow. ' wjth kppFletllsu. was ar wU as i eiwo~en Babiar . , 3-I. 7ib reuem* at alit ply,- 1 out toruasle * buba Septelbe ja~~l~towa ak hfr Ivshdsr ae.s iiirfAW Vzaan, ceR-o NO Sh .e suiad ýeeeot .etrset Sthel olpe 4taheoar at itst Market Review. S. I Areview of the local meret of a ecuntry town Is something new as well as interesting. Ntebhitoebes is on old place and Tler cýnumeroial La. portance at one time ranked very high. In fact, the impolrtance of the trade of this section at one time can scarcely be comprehended, and but few would believe that the City of Mexico and all the intervening coun ury was a trade tributary -to talpt-. Itoohes. Straonge as It may seem; It is nevertheless true. The old "Ban Antonio Trace," the highway over which passed the wealth of its cattle and ponles, packed trains of hides. peltries, horns, tallow, jerked meats and venison, can yet be easily fol lowed and marked by its deep cuts through hill and vale, worn by the countless thousands who have, in times gone-by, traversed it. In our boyhood days it Was our wont to wander down some well marked por tion of this old "trace." and imagine the feelingsa looks and habits of them early people who passed along its route. Oar earliest recolleetios are filled with the wonderful stories of the sliver ore, its vast quantlites, no doubt augmented many folds to enhance the lnterest of the story, which used to jess over this trace to Natchitoches laden on mules: many hundred being in each train. A writer, fifty years ago, In speak lug of Natchitoches, say: "The 8panish trade for a considerable dis. tance into the interior of It M ul aan States centse llfezAn Idis b great thoroughbi Itp' r0-WOlinlt to and returning from those States. The trade from them is chiefly in bars of silver, and horses and mules. We send them in return manufactur ed goods, groceries, spirits and tobac. co " The outlet for opr pro4uoe at ht k i a oNew Orlemsnihough ar t con4v g4e 7t with shat city for it. Keelboats were our mode then of water-travel and our freight carriers, and the time consum ed in a voyage to and frpm New Or. leans was forty days. Besides the trade In silver, hides, horn, peltries, and dried meats from the West; large quantities of tobacco and indigo were grown in this section; Innumerable herds of at Auq a b our hmvand the Bed rivS p q in the best idl6lg" " Even now the amounl of eooton re I celved here is no ndleatlon of the d traie of our merchants In meroPq- . dise, fora large number who trade t with them ship their cotton directliy f to New Orleans from the several c Muditae on the rivers. ;t In0y be 1( safely estimated that the business of * the place, jugded upon the value of ) cotton handled, aieounts to quite b 1,000 bales. That our trade is ex tensive the number of our business l firms, their stocks and proupfflt~ give acmple evidence. We have of h houses that deal In dry-goods exelu- b slvely one, in dry ad nineteen, In I in drugs two, iln iqss nd eaigrs , four, in tin ware and torales two, in o wagon makinl repairln and black. smithing three, in trniture maknlo ~ and repairing one, in toys and fancy , attleles one. We have three good * Iotels and two restaurants and a Sne livey stable. Our professional sad trade bsh - nes is a well represented, for we i Ihatve' en. physlelans, nine lawyer, n two newspapers, three briek aad 4 stone masons, about ten carpeaters , and wheelrirghts.r Our.lmnber trade r le s uyet local but well supplied. * t'ette. Reeilpts. 1i Seventeen houses In aot city Ayef enlgagelld in the cotton trade and the I Iaggregate recelpts from September., 113, were-bale-8S56. - The average price paid was lie. per " Oross outlay for cotton--4 ibs, I per ble-43,174.SO. WOOL AID NIDM. The total reoeipts of wool, darlng samne period was lo, 8 poauds. The averne price paid per ptund pas t1 cants. lossaaon al for woaoI - The total vreelpts of hides same period we e5,740 pound. GrOs amounoat paid for bldes-*4,. SIlt .I. - - I earOBOATn ourLAr. Cotton.........-.... .. O,, 4t, Wool ..............,.. . l I l t otal........ ... ..4a.a I U egeldihlkeis, tbd in ooountry tInh maret quite $4s1,ae. A] g goodrouned sut of money to go to -' r '. Partlal ttisrtobtalned fre outr I i fturmen show thatsrd.g the yel ] ading September it,, 1873, about I leas of s e, ua r yis sod by I iem ln our town at s average pri .II pet te.t A developeme f dleI this Induestry would lead to great I isaudelvtllau .s ihath pes ShpbeU, basil. of U0WS, um ....im l sad E. atlbein - : I kk&A tmaad .w~ba~. ~:-b ~& thalhty. Thbe total t#ui may be ~tely etftrai'tet itthreequirter of a million dollars per annum at least. With the railroads now ln coIr, ur f v construction, and the tap. e&lrialgl connection, built, a pou,4alion of over double that at present and a cntlering of trade from the Eat and North will ,ive us a business greater 4 than we have ever enjoyed and 0 make N btehit.lehes one of the ntluiit imi.,rtint i..hsts fr i,(.ai ie ( the stsa& . I' The folltwig in the lis t if nl.i- C neaw houseB of Nathbitoehes; I1 Jno. Genu & Co., flen'i. dt'aler*. T. Pons, Geueral dealer. 1i P. Veuleman, Groceries. T. Haliler, stoves and tlnware. ' J. C. Trichel, Oen't. dealer. a U. F. I'lerieson. Groceries. . McCook & Bro., peanl. deafere. l i. Simon. OGn'l. dealer. ' J. Dicuase. Gen'l. dealer. T. Gouaux, Drugs, etc. Kafie & Bro., Gen'l. dealere. o I. A. Walmsley, Gen'l. deaer, e . Oaspari, Gen'l. dealer. a N. Ii. Wilkinson, Druge, ote. te 8I. WinaIgl Groceres.' J. MeOregor. Siager Sewing Me chine. . F. MoDaniel, Wines and liquors. t R. IBth, Oen'l. dealer. 8. Nelken, en'l. dealer. Mrs. J. P. Campbell, On'l. dealer. H. Lioebtentle, Gen'l. dealer. J. A. Dueournan, Dry.Gonod and Notions. i $~dvy & Philips, Oea'l. dealers. d o"o. W. Kilo Wile, Pb and liquors. tl C. H. Smith, Wines and liquors. n Mrs. F. Perlnt. Grocerle. Mrs. A. Godard, Groceries. B. Woodworth, Grocerle. S. W. Kile, Grocerles. Mrs. P. Kahn, Groceries. R. Bldell, American Sewing Mr V- ap.oile,. 't. 4te t. . Jab, (ena. dealer. O. Capmartle, Gen'l. dealer. James Geniin, Gen'l. dealer. P. Poete, roceries. Joe. Ruses, en'l. dealer. J; H; Stephens Groceries. 0. Beck, Groceries I Jacobs, Om'l. deale. Mrs. J. W. auddath. Toys and fan Joe. ex r, rceries. hi i a sll: ae S eAxpedi a rkaimr a. The Divining Rods which be was to have delivered to those ordering on his rstalLwaro bought but were unfor- 4 tunately loast on the Bonnie.Lee. In fact it Ia supposed that they were the cause of her collapseoad lakingo, fqr If laJudged thmt ina pasming 6ver ib sunken bhot the rods divined; hid* in gold and °roke through the bostom of the boat. Mr. FoLIz,. representing that popIu lar gentleman Mr. HBoax of Shreve port, La., is In town hunting up the fall clIp of wool and all the hides tU be ftond. ,$Dm4.,L~t~,E4, the state man agii dt eiAmedean Sewiang Ma eholaomparny, und an old rilead of ours, is on a bueles visltto r uity. Mr. OU.L inatends establishlang the Amerlean Selalg Mabhioe here and we eordially reeommead him and his Ii Sewin lMaohine to the p~ble . Mr. JAmvs PF. B3asse, balelsse manaer of th. Nateabltaoreh,.Fdi mor,l is at priset la the city, lIook. Ingafter the interests of the journal which he represeat. !he Vadi.4cst ter Is one of the most luesntaial of * our prisrh papers. Mr, Blaver will remain In the city until Satutday * nest, and wlll appreelate any favor I aIn the way of besineeas from our mer- a ehnae.-N, . . tesma. •presentatlveet the reL t dgoodr a houd otf8.'L. Bbm,New Orlens, I vilited our city on Wedsdeay last I on hi retur from a blgbilesO trp in EIast Texas "ad NortbswestrLou o islana.* Mr. BLsa, of Many. visited us on Thursdaly on his return to his home from New Orlens. 8herlr ffLIr of Matble wa l town I on hurddpy lnat, and we thank him I foraeall. . . $ J5.6 e couauelin etukse4d btitm ta'ededbabeatlp drlP . k#el has bought an etenasiv stool for that bio dry.goods ed pospm of . AI . DoaeourAo and we advie our i ily*~lmmr to save tihekr dimen for ' the lovely goods solt,. O Opr young friend a lAu iou . o ltpt wqrb. Good tuck ! SV EL"":" ., .tore than three weks, for that 'mammoth hose of U. A. Wars.I. Lar's. I. B. WAISItn, rEq., rturnC;ad on SSalturday last from a visit to the i lNorthb.wet. Mon looksl in ane l bhesalth and seems to have enlaoed r bhliaself i SMr. WiL A. Oei.av with Qa O ao I ~koo~posrDaepor, lIl oer .ity ,lative to theopealoh g of pei. .leeetS te aew mseve 1E tadh1,5r ri BUSIWueiNO riCS. Our 'uaprtin'g trig ,it, :ire they are mlav ill this s~et ols. "will read with pleieNutu, IHALL & Coc'aa adIVrth-lb weat in another ooluma. This firm has a large stock of guns. pistols and fishing tackle, and they are prepared to repair it, 9"tr-.elaat itva hall guns or pit,,i0 trcrwtard4It t0i.,l'. Thel r~tni .1F, * t '"tFAP l~oTN'.s" (141 ,ti..;; . ; r'l:l i .ii r, . 'ru, aln Irl, 'tl I%? k1g1Wit ai. I' . MF.RTi . M!O4Q. e'. nor )iuittiscse ' Uiti. ' hA.' S. New Orlwtean, prrm"( t ineir teant t.,, to lpublc of this e ,,,li, withe this weck's VINWJlcTOf. 1kFor e-'eaip, du.rabfl and handsomne clothing, haIUr, boots and shoes, MaiinaR & osia enjoy a rep. utatlon seeound to none in the South, and we cheorftllg recommend those who desire fall and winter outtts to the firm. Try them once, and you will be so leasedl sa to never buy elsewhere. LoUS GauawaLD, the piano man of New Orleans and the South, pres. eants our readers with his advertise ment this week, in which he calls at. tentlon to several faots, relative to pianoe, organs and mule. which we will attest to. Don't ta1 to patron. zs.4GaUNswh.D when In want of ar tloles Ilan b line. BA'L I. Born ranks as the King Dry Goods man of the South, adhe saooks he carride, the trade he n.i fos a.re evidenoes. the right to wear the crown. No house outh can compete with SAM'tL. I Bore In hi line, and he advertises the fast, that southern merchants will save money by buying their goods, mnob as notions and dry goods in New Or leans. Bee the advertlsement of this House In another column. Coart Items. Hotel Rains contains at the pres eat writing the followlng Inmates: Josephb oiner, Murder. William Pa yne, Lreny. ganm Plaanoe, AeM £Bat'ry Henry Davise, Assault and Battery. Leon achal, Selling Liquor with. out Licease. Wa. Smith, Assaultand Battery. Ben Johnson, 8hoottng. enty oJ. Bane, LarOsmy. .Win,. Cll11 10q4oyefpo1 7 ofmi 0 Win. o. Coy." " 4 John Jackon, " " " " Remry McCarthy Perjry. Jordan Hatcher, SrSnt. . Nortlle Bayou i, Aasulmlad Py. Peter Couty, amy. Wbster Woods, Rouse Bushing. eorgeOray, House Bresaing. . LAst of Marriage Loensesn Isued durlng the month of August. l1. Theebo. Young and Hannah Davis. Louis ]varistetad Jud . Rl owell and M. A. Roldn. J. P res and L, O..Barnett. Willlat uleberry and Ann Jones. Is A. Sere and A. V. Oharleutlle. D. B. etoyer and PAlagle Metoyer. Oscar Aleman and V, Lebrun. David Larkine and Sarah Nelson. Jno. pombleton and L.. Williame. Connellus Jhonson and R. Stewart. Oorvole Metoyer and Aglae Colson. Titas Green and E. Johnson. MartinSpul an and blWade. Oie plsn and A. _ . ,. Raml.e P,%ll and A. Mlaen. Taylor Oraig and Elis Wlthers. Antolne Etleanne uand I, HIabltomn., Alloe Jackson and W. RarL.e Paul Jackson and 2 IIaerson, Edward Sow amd M. Atklns. A select lot of pate a otla. foru bnt. 1ag, flihing, &o., at J, J. M1dook & Bro, Notice TO FRENCH SUBJECTS. ' otts `e r euby t tha I hve pt d avraes g tt to' pros"c ut l , qgam. before thbe Freb lits Cei m m nka in wbsbnto , the object M It of the t to e, to seeutalt the amount of "all olahma on ther d'eor-" porations eaompalesor prtiv divtidu al, cidseauot Frane, upon them over what of the United St, arir oat of D ets committed againt the pesn or s proertyof eitlsenas of Fraa e aot lathe a service of the enemies ofth .nitat 0 Stites, or volmutar git aid and w cortrs to the same. il or mili ary GovernaIet of he Uletsd StateIl upon the high seas or within the rrited a Irln juhtdiacton of the Usd States d-* a ingthe perio d o betwdI d oee e edaylo Ail, 1861, sadthe to asy of b Pri ca haeim ngsio t- set d aw loa. ea the Ulited Statesovrarnmet, who was not himself engaged hi. 510 aid and. l cmmfcrtto the ensala o4 ni ted 91*. Oounuiient, mush salter will seine5 ithl, the jialt it then dlaim oomltoo, ned wi asi I slr iaereet tomIp wuIWhm4 8l . . u I tk IS~dlRRaOtdll. M8tý-"ý LL ,W as'rl miwoni ,e . eem D a. f.tal . Avg71,100 18iehtegM, La* NOW' READY rce, Av .Dollrs. t" iatesation on the Sbaist of Attai. esn Newspapers. , it i th" Nat .of all a er PEritodicale. -. a . ' • "- Politi~a a diedlesbtiogs. C t saDoFlid loa lit '5; ~~~n v itanl wb oi mtst LOUIS GRUNEWALD, Now.. IS. 2(" -,, d U6 Haronne st., E LV OHLEAN4. --AND- ORGANS. Steinway, Weber, Knabe, Feyel & Fischer, TH BIUT PIANOS IAD IN Tll WOR1D. ---TH' LAROElT fTOK OF-= 816I AnD uhS18AL IUSTIUEIITS. in the South at wholesale and retail. Everybody knows that GRUNEWALD HALL is the cheap. est Music House in the South. arw Catalogues Mailed Free on Applicatior. I Be sure to get my estimates before purchasing elsewhere, OLD FIAN STAUEN IN XCIEANE. New PIANOS sold as low as $175 CASH. COUNrRY ORDaLI CAREPULL FILLEB WrIEM LAMGE 0 o MALL Address LOUIS GRUNEWALD, Sept 4-ly. NEw OILEANS, LA. SAlt L BOYD, IM ORTER AND JOBBER IN DRY GOODS & NOTIONS, 108, 105 and 107 O iert;,, And 90 and 92 Common St., 116 Worth St., NEW Youa. NEW ORLEANS. The largest stock of Goods carried South. Southern mer chants will save money by bying Dry Goods and NNotions in New Orleans. Sept. 4.tf. Homler MKasonic Insti tute for Young Ladies. ?wanly-Art Aula Ineom begis SEPTEMBEIR 1, 188. BOARD and tuition per month, $1I. MaD included with the above, $O,. paable. onthly in advance. altuiti, 3, 4 and dollars per month. IucideUtalfe pr terw $1. For farther l adten T S. SUGM. A. K., Prest., Homer,-Caiborn parih, L. Aug. 4--3m. ..Homer male Oollege. TII E TWEINTT.FI . ESlSION will bo,,am, 3. ý d 6. $am psi moIuth le aS th el A d ab oambth. "tMlngnD t o $1 per tnmv paid on the I at the Colleg imoldi, wsh. ag, bfel emtý, ý 14 to16 dol-. s per ment h Paable Ironthlij CI advance. Add R.A eH Pres B. A. SUITS, Pros. Aug. 14.-3m. . Dettree to inform his friends of the P.ar r lab and City. of Natehttooe that be has I retameL buniess at rs. Bona's 1 16 tand, on Frat atrst, ear era, I whore be lasut opened fal line of FANC IND DFASIL! 6I III& - rhlot bo le prepnsd to sell, wholeaei and retail, atthe lowest ab praloa. Be inites all bie friends to oll on him sad be convinced, jy-1y pet, C.hase to make mo. IWtJ maey. We deed a person la S seveyo tows to take sabserip. I tlat.Eui't ,- and bs -woeM." Aly a. ase become a soens., q alt. s eza- wrk.I a NtgoAeeo $*sie The isO . .that al55 evsl y M -1 0a riOne spa t r port tatkig u2sub ..-l.a ,n- a 6a. A lcy ti eas I bes aw nlits _ar b tenuses, u de it as well i lep4A. ila dnee sa@ r s nesb - a. t owe !ee. Ifn I . No son who en e nft, tiaso fA ., iai ai public. Yo can make money faster at work I.was t wstson el. Capital not PtriIbe an deavote your wthe In. ne. ante so irh wll uk . No. ~etiHi* .aasvl-,w)Tsos.e I....I timtb. I Or eslear, spari s *iuacm g_. easnhy Ad. .des Teoe Co., Augusta Maine, SweK altajear and towgrn , m- ". .. •-TLU.S.r.. GRAND F4CQJIE. LA. .Obd ag Ussnuil auat In Ofwbihlobhhm as . $ tek ebnth and s hwoy. OH RT CAH, -ude aeiRl*1m..r tbqsp am, noke. aIiotsoo He keeps. a lauge~iraumutmst( en on Mrchauctise, (4Uplt. and fUll inmall dthla. DRY GooDs,) FAWOT £BTOLIW. pCorn, Dan, OIMOS ,I rrUDZPItO ZN5l ',4( WbIsh lNA3KZD DOWN to hebwue - ? tsleLUiw rkadyo willhM msteshwL. The huIga CASe PRIOE paidr -mm puim. " um v anFm , aind Cmi.aY ýloasre+ebat~ vasmes maeison Cotton CobpJ hrlu Wmied .Doe i Ofter Ma i Aug 73m. LEO NURSE * .,.. 'LIVELY All SALE =TA3LE,; Natohitoolhes La.. We alwqahiq..p euoodopgiyett bid mAUim ID mmhiiiUn f ~thehsillapumwemlwsys:kep as Good, rorwlw! -eMs mm 14ut~es 8 uv, iai, r auth. laDupsret aase piqam I ate, lu NPOWaa Atm leytim 01h ftm I tS5 wlU ash orr'nttCrrn ý' y u iý11 ý Nly t-M le M $ ". '`ow8s AND NUMUL QBouht and 8ebd eo Cemmlmulp to the s grretegt idaiatage. cOMiMECIAL TRAVrLISE r Furirhed with teams at VsIUIohbl rates The e.g ezperiseof LEON RIMW F In the Lwlvryh bodim , anbs ie s dod of bs imam ad d1..n of >1* w;wUI stud etuaturesduiggmuelge usa, Jason him iSm eafs! bb hsunlevss r. a $ VIETERINARYUB BUM t t he p o PsNb oat hsemmlty. rb rva tw oboe of -the &so Li I tthe U B~nre~ekBtble. henim earornhmustWlts Plu~ssut ,. N~·r AgOs Waoat, ,a, tils ,,. "LA. CONFJAU ' (CurnpsF!n d'4uaornres es.n VlmmitW DE PARKS, (F ICSOD) Oraulg.b e. 1N 33Ar - - No.e, DUI rAVJ3 Total d. I'Actlf, Fr.. 3S,47$ebLS, s AntEtats.oab. e3onbond 4 pW cent-5ses,m3.2I. Adilmietratarn P'rhmIdent, M. LUCLEIIC (.a..i Musla~w deq Finanvrwcai'taeletIenegge.gu MM!. R!LLIr, u an do31'Mtauu Il kanquwe do trance. Ismemrwe do C " bre do emniaere. de Paris. EVETTE, Es Julg do Tribunal idemues e de Paris. RIIMOULT, RI.Wrtslidet d. Tribsu dr Co.uaer. do I. 8.1.,. RALK'33, Eying. diTribtie 1ý b W ýLIPPI[ V, Bngater (Yde ra~u %1TI. YeMmr do Casu Yallput 4b MILS. vmmu, Pretast b Is Ceuppis i aErIIae, Tusraset de.b Cer WATELT YMobre dI CameO Ei dud M Parls. (:BaR. YI~A, Vilcwi' DIREOTEUMT A 31W TO . U. GOlmbE C. M&GO!7E. Ll I dt ., do3iumP Leam. ;1Dsh .b !OUi. u T, Asust Ggmnl r It.cCOi0% DIVANZEYIUUK DU SIEZ3I Ft. a 11. S (MM-~~aowr -- L. DUPLEIX, Apat, AqT01tm. - sebo ,ýl" (Soecesor to M. a. c L) . -uairuuw DRY GOODS, UMIDWA . r CROOKUUTWABI, W 4 0.6 JK. y N1, RL, -O3AL33 iv DRY GOODS, DOQRUS. 3 WARE, BOOTS ad 53OUS,,3L ' Habu uph s~sei . WAUUW@TOar,r P, , * xnoarcu.u a~. CO8%tW1aO1'W, 4 C~omns~tgioi& ~Ya~L~~ p41&Iin U.. 030333 & w U 3biini .1i~ nb~r bSlu~ Lu'~rllk '·-~ '- 1W mba.. Wutwut~ Os. sep boam, este Or1IrlltWov1a-mIrl loigm Liqor SumSr 3rd, 3MirbI wunm. etl sr~rA i-' I"*eLF · i~u~ *JAKsTrn 2,~t: PIatO~~~~IA0ilji~' 3a ...&Ur~ t um. 4~J 4 PSIT , iAT n "Bb I· 1'g .5