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r Mr. DOLLARS A YEAR. nr ADVANCE.
Erer'subscriber who pays wt £145 otics, in
1In ctuaflly i advaars, will be entitled te a 44dwgtio of
Sweaty pereset. frot tie boew price.
Term of Advertialng I
Sr ies rotestitultlg a square, to wit:
Oueoweek. $1 00; two rweeks,22 i; three t*eeks,3;
fur weeks, 03 73; I6" weeks, I 23.
Wiarn Ulmo Is not spcidod short d verthea ates wll be
" bublirsed dye weeks and Ehargeu aeoordiugly. 4
ONyTHLY:
1 monla. Om'tba. 3 m'Ih'6m'tbh Itm's
1 'uars......$375 00 06 $19 61R
ySqna e..... 6 .1is 1$ i.2 1
3 jm.;arce. r_... u 12 15 $5 45
4 " pares...... 10 13 18 1+1 60
4.';1zsrrA.10 1
a.juaOlW'a..... 18 19 95 41) 1'
y PqIrtC8 a;... 18 95 45 70 14r.
A roeemn of the BAN "M eeamtas 27 s qaree.
Notlce of Apit'n forAdmlnistratouablp of EsBtSte. .03 .0
lt..mo..yttuoan Noticjs..................... ....-. 10 00
AnnemUDrmoID t of eadidates tot otdeo..........10 008
int. ereIlt &Ivn for ad.crtIrio, job week, or sobrri
tIo,, ..zrcpt by apertls screriecot.
Frankin. jm. 1st. 185?.
TO THE PEOPLE OF THE ATTAKAPAS
PARISHES.
The interests of the people of Attakapas
*nd those of the Opelousas Railroad are
antinlately linked. The Railroad is an
itititation of thepeople, dependant for its
Sthe y utpcrity ' the Att.Li pas co. dniry
dapenels upon the early completion of the
Opelousas lailoand to the Texas line. To
sui,servn the irterests of the people, in
connection with the Road, is the aim of the
Company. The lat warentailed such finan
cial embarrassment upon the Company that
it has been impossible, so far, to extend the
Road. The entire income of the Road has
been applied to repair and replenish what-the
war had destroyed. The late overflow has
inflicted anothet blow to the Company. The
people of the Techo and Attakapas have
experienced, during the last two months, the
Inconveniences arising from an interrup
tion of railroad communication with New Or
leans. Ditlicult, dangerous and expensive
modes of travel have been resorted to. After
lta.ing experienced but little iniury from
the overflow, the Road-being as perfect
and complete as any in the country-has
resumed operations. With the view of secur
ing cheap and uninterrupted communica
tion to all points on the Teche, the Direc
tors of the Opelousas Railroad Company
determined to let, to the lowest bidder, the
transportation of all freights, brought by the
Road, destined for the interior. Proposals
were advertised, and competition solicited.
The contract has been awarded to the lowest
bidder, who has furnished bond to the sat
Isfaction ofthoCompany. Underthisarrange -
Inent the road is now prepared to trans
port freight and passengers at lower rates
than have heretofore been charged. Thu
contractors having the exclusive privilege.
have obligated themselves toadopt the lowest
tariff rates of river steamers, said rates
never to be increased, but, on the contramy,
di1mininlmed, as tht Interests of the Road and
of its patrons anny require. The rates of
plrnsageo from New triensal to the diffelrent
poiats on the 'reche. as high as Washington,
L.ouisiana, have alntIy been consiiderably
,rduced.
The contractors, under the present ar
r.iementlll havin-- control of all the mail
rou:.os fr.m IBran.:ear City to North Lou
I.iana, think that they will be able soan to
supply the country, as far as Washington.
with a daily mail.
Cli·ap, rapt. and sa.e means of tran.por
tion, combined with 'comfort, will now be
,ffterJd tcrtbtdpeopl. of Attatlpaas n returan
-for tffrpa r ugo.-
A. B. SEGER, P
,President f. 0., 0.-& G. IV. I. R. Co.
S TIIOUGOII RATES OF PASSAGE:
Fiom New Orleans to Washington...814 00
-. .. .. Opelousas ..... 14 00 T
-, .. .. Grand Cotean. 14 00
.. .. .. Vermillionvillo. 13 50
. .. .. St. Martinsville 10 00 iR
.. .. .. New Iberia.... 900
.. .. . Franklin..... ..7 501
..-.. Pattersonville. 6 00
N. B.-Theose rates are not to.be lnoreas
ed, but oea the contrary, reduced as the
patronage of the road increases.
Jiex. DC "alcour' dc Co.,
(aeoaeosr toe Jon Do Yaesce.)
nave ia stom, ad raceired from New Tek aimot,
thoir SPRING and BUMMER stock of.
R ORY G4ODS,1 .
HARDWARE,
HATS,
ROOTS, SHOES,
GRO CBRIElS, E .,
Shich they offer at the
LOWlsT LCARK.IT R.kT:
SThey have alo on hand, and reeolved freomi rt hands
Ia Bt. Louis, a samply of choiee
ulams, pagar-eured Breakfast Baceol, Sides,
Iard, Choice Famly Pleonrs ate.
Iare, made arrangements with Packers to furnish us
pruWisloan with prmnlpttce. Can fur~nih Platers at
pri.r. bclow the New Orleans mprket
AgeintS fA the sale of GARRETT & COTTMAN
.IOWrS,. and SIAKEIL GARIDEN SEED and PRE
BF.RVES. ' apO
J AMIt, TILE NIEW SUBSTITUTE FOR
I' t''i'Tq)-A I rsou who resiide near tho city. and
who Is alr,.t to retitd aina planting, has a few hundred
mrots of the reltbratlei tRA.\1M PLANT now growing in
the ground., ad which he wishes to.All at the same price
as was pa.l by bhn to Mr. Itoes0-4. e.. one dollar each
rent, or one hunnlrtd roots for 90. Hoe will put up In
paek.(, s not oles thain twenty each. in a afe mmanner for
.iacnt to the insrior of this or a.n or the ad joining
. rl·o. *I wtialknn*s. .ra i Pcat to
ý'- .L'1'"c T SC IST E"RU
This rcit ttflhmcvt s1 nnw In 6jwrutiou and Las a gao.!
sejqi'y of tajlt uie of ll kiuds, such ns- j
Loreog,., Ieowam. Tarta,
Jcdli.. Almond., Chlwei- -
C.rtials, Wine. Preservee,
* 1!razillan Nuttv, )tatter Cracker.,
PIcLIM" batdnea Sot* {isott
Firs, ItaIa isn. Cake,
8itgwr., l'i's. cig'rs,
Smwoking Totacro. Solk, Flour.
Cake% for Wedding rartics and other *cession*, nt d,,
ht ehort ntice.
Mi~,n it wuppy of DRY and FANCY GOODS aa4
r 1.'utx r. teHEflti £;I -aways on hand.
*.e'waks. June 1:i, :
aQ Once
*.1.1AV1XG made arrangomtenis with a Fmfirrloo
.mcuttriui in W.tK1.I.,tnn Cite, I. am r I.n143rnf
take cbtarg of all i'trnioy requiring; attention tLua..
Pfear is I idiI44 Ittf mru)wt oau on tho ul.ijet ofitisUWill
haul all iaq'uirit. 1' mut.ly att n.itod Ad.iuviui
uip3rl .t f Carm 4riae. tina... Tupuer.
0. L .L00VT,
VtrA ýý72MAIr. : \ý7 =iF. I
hit~in:c. 1.fl('. a uptr 1 n.*1 .. 'iH ' pem~Wrntl I
amiw &r.Ypm.r . t e-wee dir l.'·)1ri ý:ý-;. -
* i U tudi I e: Rnpaz u zit and' o n~rravl 4<
Src .'1 0. FAL(Lu T.
jj.1r ii L i IR 11-. YO SEf A Vii 3lA5r
1111 or a 1i)tc !t.;%- . . .n. or In tl~e pnveu'iui'
.:: at -,ar Mf I .ui .l'c'fwn~.Nauhut.s
twkrcd on them. i. , !it ii. l... L.lge of on
toin airy stolen t.V411 Y:\ beat t "sa...ia.. nigh. I
* w.l ha,.ruw U4.:.n 'u b~ tºoualtanie of tt.i. U.IeC
*zaatjn Ltraa t, Ii I LTT.
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BY GEN. D. H. HILI4
Late of the Southera Amy.
to rJteratne. A tricultur and General Itelli
, l..'.re, cnntaleni, Reports of itattles. Xncidenta s a
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are using every exertion to make the
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ot rsbsubtantial miert; Eugrnvngs miid Ilustratioons
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Committee. Office in Mobile, No. 12 South Royal
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T" e. Record mnd Vindicttor is published once a week,
and contains eighty colamns.
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rPayable in advance. -
Te. arlt advertisers:
T .rearl" advrrri.erl.............. 5
- IHOTELS, ETC.
CI ooper's iiotel,
BRASHEAII CITY, LA.
ear the Depe t
The be abets tel is ays opes to wreeel tratekos or
Sewaq. It irLat abist two hOasdrd ·trd. foma ~6e
Depot, on e 6lete fircro? street. Strngert my alwav.
rely upon The promise of comfortable beds, goad bi, al
prompt attention to their wants.
Brashear City, July 1st, 18M7.
LIONI H OT"'L,
SMl.i street, Ne o eris,
Itept by LITTLE JOE.
This houe, recently repaired, is well adapted to seeom
modate the travelling piubbe, and the proptietor
JOSEPH DECOURT,
ReSpectfally solicits a share of patronage.
W7 The table will be supplied with the beut the market
ffobsand will be found second to none. 31ml
.FJordau's Sugar Claritfer.
The machlne eminently combines simallcdty, cheapness,
perfection and durability. No vacuum process used. So
mnjdjt as to be worked by a boy fifeen years old. It
cannot easily become disarranged, and is pronounced
perfecti, bi those who have seen it in operation. The
ptentee will erect hbi msahinery on any plantation in
em lto on eonvraen t tetms, andt will sell patent rights
to ndividuals or eStates by reteren. to his agOents a
blow. It a prved a prfel c s o the plantations
of T. W. Pleaw. parish of lt. John the B]aptiste,near
Bonnet Can6, La., and the gar and molasses (also re
sembled the golden syrap.) was ad t the ighest market
prices by Mr. Edward Shi8f, merebhat No. 168 Common
treet, New Oreans. The following planters of the parish
of St.Johd n the Baptiste. Lao , have used this -superior
mahine, vis : F. Moissonet, Louis Luke, Henry C Story,
St. Bernard-parish, La. See eertieate.
" This machine I. very suitable for msoluses, making it
equalto golden syrup. Patents to States, Territories, or
individuals, can be obthlaed by letter, or personally, to
II. .I HEARTT,
No. 29 Commercial Place, New Orleanus.
-- -JST. CHARLES HorT[L,
New Orleans, La., April 23, 1867.
W. A: Jordan, Esq.:
IPSDAR SIR-You having received a patent from the
laInied States for ble.loinug and clarifying cane juice by
the fumes of sulphur, and an advertisement, signed by me,
(havng appeared in the New Orleans Picayune, April 13,
SI will sntate that your patent is no infringement on my
patent for the application of sulphurous gas for defecating
and elarifying ane juiea. R. A. STEWART.
PARISH OF ST. BERNARD, LA.,
Story's Plantation, 9 miles below N. O., May 18, 1867.
a W. A, Jordan, Esq. :
DEAR SIR-I have need-your patent, and the machine
made and pot up by you, for clarifying cane juice by the
fames of sulphur In making my crops of sugar for the
years 8-6. Te Sugar was very superior in color and
grai. I continue to em your patent, and highly recom
mend it to planters as important in the highest degree,
and very economical. Veryrespeetfuilyyours,
HENRY C. STORY.
i These maechies are now ready for delivery in New
SOrleans. price l300 each, there. Planters who have
I onrdesd will be served In turn as registered
N. ..-Jn Inlingement on this patent the party will
bpb prosaotd to the extenthof e lawr. ugl--6m
* Prgpesale.
I ,. it re htit rfur ho flitCR O patllowiqgý
`- 3a ", "r",i~lr'fetun E +! Tehe, at
4 A .i , W-4 p r .or 1.
~= oaves htceu-L
poundlncs choice Beef 4 a.
Ir' . :foodto be deliverd ot convenient landings in
\ -e'o:e , Prinkli, an.I Draaleaf City. Prym.;ats for
e q ty z n" Ir" wd. on decivery to tho boats, or on the firsl
of e hr:i moth, popn re i;pte t . o oi tns or clerks.
r.t lteefawtd Ilbrond deliverable on up and down trip
of niine andl a oerif quantity as is required.
1't gO.wse for Frkulinio, New Iberia and Irashear City.
mutt io muade eparatrely and addlressed to the under
signed, on or before the drst of September next.
T. D. IIINE,
tClleary Attakapas Malt Trcnrportation Conmpany
't 6 Carondcl .t street, New Orlekans,La
For further paflh(ualrs in qir f s pt. : B.oTrinidad
struaw Auua E., or Capt it. U. Kerr Superintendent
IIrt ar. Cit, anglo
SNEW.\ SHIPYARD.
The suberiberm are just cnmpleted their
Zr l i.vrd4 at the upiorlirliIts of Franklin. on the
r , ,, .:a:L.ak of the ."che. and are now prepared
-t", .'t::tgI llhltge at i s l,.:': :l.,t:,,e. -"
"7 'wo.rk will be r cuml,.Ztely done as at any other
,cirtý'.tv in th. Stat', and their charges will alwa.v, ho
`.li.o. Tli;:e Laving any work to do requirieg ship
l'., r" .s are in vi.ed to call at our shipyard, and see our
c,.aeres fnri.ing such work, and learn oar terms and
piFs. We will alv-ays aim to Eivo the bºtl of eatinae.
tli. to ...r. p .trcLc. and to 1 jol in a manner that will
hO i'.1r 4.hig to Vor entablishmcut.
1°.Thl.: .ottrd h.a i aIuroved aide was, on which ntram
.e 1.0:.e i uli . abt tla, .c.t. ad Perfeet safety, with
' . s r.ntugI teem asrains or iregular bearings of any
,at " TRAINER t HAUSON.
"-anka SLay 1« 1," y
Price, flee J Tepje,,
('onminison and Forwarding Merchants,
ý.!. 56 Catioad.eg Siest.'
-NEW OULEAZ&
* 4V.66we`_tee with the parith e degeribeg
. "X tas imuf.aa Wi be ird to aiswa
fý*Z 4 t: m wo beeuan edms w a..
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EDUCATIONAL.
iberia Collegiate latitiale.
FIRZST 8.E88ON.
The exeres& eof this s~hool eommenced eo TUESDAY,
O 4tober 1st, and will continue, without lnterrnptei, tea
S.helan'e moaths, closing the last of Jaly, lip;.
This Institute is an indirvMal undertaking, relyiag S
sneres upon the character and competency of tai h.
struetors and that energy and p veseverance which
every enterprise worthy of support.
As there seemed to be room in New Iberia for mect a
sthool, and as there is no better nor more healthy earyt
in the South for such an enterprise, the founder has
entered upon this experiment with a determination to
merit an extensive patronag.
Boys and yocng mba are here reprod fo Our host
colleges, or for tihe bsinem avocations of life. The coen
of study will be as extensive as that of any similar ladt.
tution in the South,-embracing all the bradebes apperain.
nlg to a thorough English and Clashical edcagrae.
The IPrtpal, an A. M. graduate of one of the best eat
lege bf Virginia, and having large experience as a prre-.
cal teacher in the best Southern lastitutions, is prepared
to render the school all that his pitrons could wish.
The services of an accomplished teacherb' the French
language have been securedand othey gentlemen of chear
acter and ability will be employed when thb wants of the
school demand it.
Board can be obtained with the best families In tows,
bhere they will have all of the comforts of home. Eight
or ten select boarders can And ample accommodations it
the familyof Irs. Mary It. Hilliard, widow of the late Dr.
R. C. Hilliard, deceased. Those wishing to board with
this family must apply early. Boarders must farnsh
their own lights.
The Principal holds himself responsible for the genera
deportment of all pbpils entrusted to his charge, and h
expects them to attend religious services at least miee
every Sabbath, and when not otherwise spedied by Ih
parent or guardian, ihoe6 of the Methodist Church.
Board, per month.......................... .....o
Tuition, per session............................. 75
One-half payable in advance, balance 1st of March.
A contingent fee of 85 per session will be required of
each pupil on entrance.
Pupils can enter at any time and bills niade out aceasr
ingly; though It is earnestly recommended, both for the
interest of the pupil aj rell as the general good order of
the school, that there as little delay as pssibi. Per
further ertieulars, a ,ly to the Principal at how Ieria.
prish of St. Martin, '.
. ROBER S. ISBELL. . M, Principal.
New Iber a, Dec. 1a JE -14"7
UNDER TH ITIRECTION OF
Madasde P. DElAHOUSSAYE and Miss M. CAPROIL
This Academy ifll be reopened for the receptiod bf
pupils on MONDAY. SEPTEMBER SECOND, 1867.
. Returning their sincerethanks to their friends for the
liberal patronage bestowed upon the Institution in the
past, they promise their honest endeavors to merit a esa
tinuance. The accommodation for the school have been
enlarged by the addition of a house and lot, and the male
and fsmaledepartmens will be entirely distinct and sepa:
rate in the future.
The English department will be continned under the
supeivision of Miss M. Capron, with two competeat
assistants.
The Prench department will be, as heretofore, nader
the control of Mrs. P. Delaboussaye, who will instruct
on alternate days in the male and female departments.
All Needle and Fancy Work taught gratis to pupils
who provide themselves with the necessary materials
The Male department will be under the special cars
a gentleman of the highest capacity.
TERIS FOR BOARD AND TUITION.
Board, per month............................... 15 00
Washing, per mont.......................... 4 00
French and English, per month................. 500
French or English .. ..................... 300
Music. per month...........................
Use of istrument, per month................... i 00
Latin, per month.... ............................t 00
Boarder are required to nay quarterly in advance, sad
to'provide necessary table furniture, towels, etc., et&
Young ladies and young gentlemen wishing to attind
the French courses. ean do so every other day.
Franklin. July 2, 1867.
MI Rugby Seminary,
YOUNG LADIES.
- This Seminary will be open for the reception of pupils.
either as day senolars e" boarders, on the FIItoT MI4%
DAY IN BEPTEIBER NEXT. The natural advan
tages of Franklin, which commend it to Parents and
Guardians as a suitable plane for educationfl pulrpoe,
are too well known to require special mention hear; and
the undersigned availing himself of thnoe vhrantage:a,
hopes to conduct an Institution worthy of the patronage
of as enlightened community. To this end, patr"..s are
waraly urged to Ce-operate with the, Prlncipll. In kmaping
the Pupils aloof from all Inll.lnces, tending to nsit
them for their duties as .llltdents.
The course of studies will h.e liivided into two depart.
ment-lPreparatory and Acadetmic. Thel P'rparato-y
will consist of one class. The Academic of feor-First
Seend,. Junior an I Sentor.
A w -1 bo advanced to a hghet eclass oely whea
p"o.et in th. pre-iag se.. will wawaunt It
Sto msea som selam, than to
S1 UI)IES,
PtJiAATORT Ch.l.--ll1adion. Wrritinp. Lpell-.ia
Mental Arithmetir, I. I Written Arithmnltie, Pu Valg
Fractions, Primnrr-~ grrphy, ]'rim:.iry Pilosonphy
Child's history, "lirnt Part English Grammar, Verb4
Exerrises in French.
Acadlsieo Department.
CLASS FIRST.-Mental and Written Arithmetie, Emgush
Grammar, Natural llstory, United Statets History, GOe
grphy with Maps, Mythology, Latin Grammar and Reader,
French Grammanr.
CLASS SECoxD.-.Algbra, Physiology, Watts-on the
flnd, Aniecnt Geography. HBltoey, Natural, Philosopy,
Geology, French and Latin.
JUItoR CLAn.--Geometry, Chemistry, LoCe Mental,
Philosophy, Rhetosie, 1otitny, French and Latin.
SENIOR CL.Ass.-Trigonometry, Moral Sclence, Astre.
omy, Mensuration, Evidences of Christianity, French and
Latin, Exericises in Composition, Reading, Writing and
P~Sllng rthrough the course.
The Scholastic Year, commeneirg on the First Monday
In September, will consist of Ten Months, dividedl ian
two Sessions of twenty weeks each, but no vacatis
intervenaing.
Terms of Tuitlon.
Pupils chargeable from time of entry to end of seeslem.
No deduction made in tnition for absence, except it cases
of protruted sickness.- Tuition payable at the sdt of
each mouth. Board in advance.
Fieat Class .........a ba
Seond Closm .. - -. . . . am
Junior and Seler .. ................... a00
Massle with use of Instrumut. per month..a.... .
Doard. sxcluatva of Lihtt, Table and Toit eap
kins, per month...........................1.5 0
Waing, pe do .............................. 75
No extra chages f. r Latin and French, they hiaS of
the regular coeurse.
ral F. WILCOX.
Feankh"na, Jmnnl9, 1.57.
.uetice.
Rev. B. CLEGG will reopen his Sebool in the FreLakI
Seminary, on )IOXDAY, 2D DAYOF SEPTEMBER
NEXT. The following are his terms of Tuitolm, l
adeance. per session otf ve months:
Elementary Branches ...........................tM t.O
Higher Branches ............................... 2500
Latin, Greek, etc............................ 00
For Further particulars, apply to
B. CLEGG, Priaecpl.
ranklin, La., July 20,. lH7.
Thibodrauxt Female Iasstidau.
This Institution will he opened on the 16th eC REP.
R TEMBER NEXT', for the reception of pupils, ubder the
direction of the undersigned, assisted by competent
Teachers in -every depa"tmeut The Principal, from
his long experience in .conducting Female Sheeols at
the South, and especially from his connection with this
Institution, hopes to receive the co-operation of the
Secommunity at large, and especially the patronage of his
old patrons and former pupils.
It will be his object to make this Institution second to
none in the Southern country; he will therefore spare no
pains nor expense in procuring the best teachers, asen
furnishing such facilities as are necessary In cond~uting a
School suited to the t ,orough cducation of the Young
Ladnies placed nndr h.Cc.ar . a c
SThe. til. ha a.*'-,t '.., we must. look to te) he.U
Instltutiores f.r i.. ,; .!.prire of ePnr o.ri andl ci,: lterL
havs.he senot .,. for ueat:i.o', ? .hi!t haeve ectab
liste.l! first cla.- scleels in e-ery- lea'ish it the lt.,t;.
Thirty years have I been llabo:ingto tromote So.l:lern
education, and, alLtough 1 have grown gray 7n tih,
service, yet I feel the same energy to labor on,, that I did
in my younger days; with trmng and abiding faith that I
may live to see the day whbc In:.ti.utions f4r the thorough
education of our children will be established all oaer
this garden spot of the Smith.
I need not speak of the various advantages of this
Institution in point of locality, health, noral and religious
advantagces, etc. The lIstitution tes a een in operation
for twenty-one years, and is well Lnown througMout the
State. I can only say for myself, that any yoanglady
placed under my care will receive every attention neo.
sary for the development of her-mind aud morals, and ir
the preservation of her health. In prof of my former
success I appeal to those young ladies who hlave reeeved.
their full course of instroction under my-directlon.
The Scholastic Year will consist of ten months, divide4
into two Sessions of twenty weeks each. No vaeatioa
betweeu the Sessions.
The coure of studies will be divided into two :lparrt.
nent--Pracpra;ory and Institute.
Tie Preparetorry "silt embrace all those luendies usually
called futndnmental, ItS s.'ilingReaing, Writi
Arithmetic and Geography. " e i, Welig
The Institute Dtsartment wll. be dividedol into three
clas-s--Jueeior, 3lhldle sed Sentior--acd will embrace
all the higher intellectual studies lsualy taught ia similar
institutions.
Option studies, saeh as Latin and Grek, Preach
Slusle and Ornamental Biranetes, may be taken by asay
scholar, but are not necessary to a regular course,
TEtr'3S OF BOARl AD AD TUITIo. -;
Bond, per month.... ................
Tallinin in English, according to studies, peer -
m• nt . ................. ...
Tuition in Ieeic .m theo Piano or Melodeon,
per month................... 7.. f
Use of instrument for prmctic -. per month...;.... 1 00
Iatin and Greea, or treuclh, per month............ 3 0l
Embroidery, per month........ -.............. ....
Washing, per dozen........ ..............
Incidental ependw, for five months. ...... .... "- .
Pupils must furnish Towels, Napkins and Lights for
their rooms.
Any young lady who can pass a good exasinmt . a
the regular studies., will receive a Dipirna.
eo nppl taken furlhses thnn oee Se-sion, the Se 1s' l5
eOsmmsner when they enter echoed. No d.slnetina rr5
for ahsezoe.-eexcl.t i eaSI of protractesd siekaaes
Boarl e.ust b~ paid ;n dvance for one Session. Talies
paidat end of every mouth
R TF..:Y, rineapaL
TmIUoQL, Sceiptember 1, ,6?7,
NEW ORLEANS CARDS.
.Gef t W .'lad S,
Suecess th e
R.A rax ot roL a. cUaRSTawn t co.)
MERQANTIL. STATIONER,
C aItIaT SN loo the aJt aOf taut JU. Christian & C,.. 1
he deirs to call tIhe att ·imtlof the public to hig
LAIUK end VAnd RI I) a"'u#t of NTATIOXERY, I
Piper t all , detripUtoa, platne pal toed I
Itcl O and 06.1.1 I. . LAua PeoCi l, .aIt,,
S Inks of all klate l
4ell thunnaberleu articles IPtI to my buasiaes.
I wuld plrticularly call YOUr atlenkin to my extra
IWtrim for franlallng JOB WOke I have my e
Printllg 0l*. aSm Ulad er
OaLtjre la. and cue LU All1 promptl yd at
JOHE W. MADDEX,
Genefi t . aOo Printer and
I ..................Camp treet... r
.Yasf aW OReig onz t
OCRFCEc T CLOTIIIING EMPORIUM
Gentlemen's Fashionable Furnishing
. ESTABLISHMENT,
eNo.13 anmL lI Camp SItreetn , w Orleams.
...
The subscriber has just received, and had
1 anutfactured at ]Home,
SThe largest, most complete, and fashionable
steck of Superior Ready-Made Clothing
Gentlemen's Wearing Appar.l'
"lo 1 over befjre offered for the it tion
of his friends and the public generally !
Couitnmg of every article saiabie for a
Gentleman's Seasonabie Out i
I
Clothlig ofeoery DescriptLewl
Saitable for Laborers PFils Irsid. .ld.i&
S An of r "is a he w b.li aenpo ea e
- AT NEW YO1~K PCI.ag,
lrewa t Spacioue Apartm sents *apees m
• WHOLESALE.
A call si an examination is respectfully solicited.
ROBERT PITKIN,
os 13 and 13 Camp street,
Opposite Ladles' Entrance of City Hotel
Aprtil. 19.8. NEW ORLEANS. L%.
Boraio " Brother;
77 GRAVJER STREET....10G COMMON STREET,
A NewA Orleans, La.,
-Importers of
HIAVANA CIGARS AND CIGARETTES,
-Orders for
fAVANA LOTTERY TXO WETS,
Executed at the ebortest notice.
4.,. TC . BtDauIee,
E ENERAL CO~.HISIOR MERCIIANT ad BROKER
-Importer of and dealer In
" "Y .'ga.s ando Deamestlie ,eerek e: L
. CAMP TREET, ...
.New Orleans, La.
.VA'IF l."t'T.A, W. S. CART,
I'm t.€: y cF m r w rl nlis L . Formerly h Mary, La.
PUTTNAM & CARY,
GENERAL COMMISSION, RECEIVING
AND
I.'dWVARDITNG MERCIIHAN's,
BE.IZE. BRITISH IHONDURAS,
lyr. ,b prep.ared to forward with dispatch all kinds
S.f m -hinery and articles of merchandia, to any
prt i:. itlash lHonduras, unatemala Spa(nsb Bonduras,
or :aw .4,f he Central American States.
AI..rs .o ,alibresth & Patnam, Agents. ID Clavier it.
New Ordens. oetWii6
a)r¶ut, Flasla & Lyoa,
(CaryAV. Butt-William Flash-Thomas T. A.Lyo.)
C'OTTON FACTOIRS,
Genoral- omamialon sand Forwardind Kebw
Chants,
, R CARONDELET AND UNION ST7.,
New Orleans.
T.::.~1rl cash advances nade. on consignments to .ar
I;dl.s4 . IOrderr for goods promptly attended to.
June i.-ly.
parltisa Life aith elosby,.
DY M AJOR JOIN SCOTT, OF PAUQ'IEq VA.I
M A Late C. S. A.
V'h a Pertr;.,t of Colond Mosby on BSteL egraved
yv )I..:;-.., : ..s.. one by Jewett, and nearly ift illustra
i i:c.·,: , r.C Poirtraits f il Oficers an Captains
tun,'ron.'L irc!e.l illnasrutios of Fights. Ritod ad
li '. t w lh ie sanction anleo operatismsf Col ael
... " ".' i.iy suntrition.
t; : O.;" " s"e.ors are wanted to ans" far the
f at-·O-., t:., aid LIFIE OF GEN. . K. LEI.3C k,.
130 C sreet N.ELOC ~& As.
30 Ucsal street, New Otigmas
EDUCATIONAL.
Franklin Academy.
The uaderigaed has determined to peunsMty estab.
lhh ia the tows of Franklin as Academy of the highest
grule, embracing In Its crse of study a bran.les ap
pertalleng to a borsu En glish and lassil Edleation,
an4 the preparation of young men and boys for.eolleg.
or fore b.lness ar.catioa. The many Madvantages afibrde
by Franklin in point o( locality, health, seciety, and
morality, commend it at once to parents and guardians as
anost eligible for the locatlon of school such as proposed.
The time has fully arrived phoa we most look at bhome
for the education of our suons, ad the undersignd'trusts
to rertire the hearty co-operation of the community in
an earnest endeavor to supply a most pressing naedanud
to seure to the Academy such a firm and substantial
basis as will nsure fnture suncess and qeulsnreLs It will
be the studied object of the Principal to bestow such eare
upon pupils entra.tcd to him as to lasure their rapid
advancement in a thorough knowledge of all studies o.r
sued, advancing them to higher classes only when sOUidly
and thoroughly proficient in preceding stdieas.
The course of studies will be Preparatory and Academic.
The Pr.eprsory to conmat of one class-the Academic of
three--Flit Junior and Seaior.
TERlaS OF.BOARD AND TUITION:
Preparato Class, per month...:.......... A 400
tirst . .. .................... OO0
Junior .. .. .................... oo
Senior . .. 00 ...... ...... b0
Board, exclusive . lights, napkins, etc, payable
three months in advancesper month........... 18 00
The SchelasticYearwill consist of ten monthp, divided
into two sesaionsof five months each, without Intervening
vacation. Assistants of unquestionable ability Wilt be.
employed when necessary. Due notice will be give at
timeo nd placeofopeng the Academy.'.
Further iforeumtiol may be obtained b addressing
G. B 8BPHERD, Pi]lcdpal.
Franklin, Nov. 1, 187.-3m.
Oakland college,
CLAIBORNE COUNTY, M1SS
(NEAXl RODNEUY.
The next seosion of this Institution will couipeneea on
the SECOND WEDNESDAY O SEPTEMBER, sad
end on the 3d Thursday In June.
" FACULTY :
R .ev. N. L. RICE. D. D., President (eleet) and Profe-.
sor of Mental and Morl Selienre, and Belles Lettres.
(.EOIICfE LITTLE, . Ph ., Prnfcanr of Naturam
Scinces. d
Col. (EO. M. EDd.R, Protesorý ng tics,,e
Rev. G. L PETRIE, Profereor of t2rin Language
and Literature.
HI. R. MORRISON, A. L., Professor of Greek Lan
-uage and Literature.
cCHARLES H. MOORE, M. D., Professor of Modern
Languages.
- - , rltipal of Preparatory Deparunent
-- - , Assistant in Preparatory Department
TERMS-PAYABLE INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE:
Tuition, per term of twenty weeks............$40 00
Contingent fee, per term of twenty weeks.......... 3 00
Room attendance ... .. ........ 5 00
Board, at Refectory, per month of four weeks......0 00
Washing, per dozen .............................. 50
Students are expected to furnish'their own books, fur
niture, fuel and lights. Wood can be obtained at $4 50
per cord. Boarding may be obtained in private families
in the neighborhood at $25 per month. Candidates for
the Christian ministry and sons of ministers, of all denom
inations, are admitted free of charge for tuition.
The College is situated within four and a half miles of
Rodney. on the Mississippi river, and is therefore easily
accessible from all parts of the Southwest.
All communications should be addressed to the Presi
dent of Oakland College, Rodney. Miss.
JAMES ARCHER,
aug17 Secretary of the Board of Trustees.
rN' - 1T I il I iIlmi g ilIl r _
To Landholders
-l Tilt
PARISH OF ST. MARY
LANDS SOLD ON COMMISSION.
Many persons from abroad, by letters and otherwise,
are now making inquiries for land in this and some of the
adjoining parishes that are above overflow I wish to
tmake a proposition to those who hate lands for sale, and
o strangers who wish to purehase. Those who come to
the parish to inquire for lands usunlly come to the
BANEE.R oace, and I give shem freely nil the information
I possess on the matter o(,their inquiries. , endeavor to
tell them the truth, and to do all in my p6wer for the
welfare of the parish and those who wish to settle in it
Many persons write to me on these subjects and I answer I
their letters.
I propose that any one, In this or an adjoining parish
who has land to sell, from a
Plantattpn dowor tod n Vllage Lot,
fe
send me a l.eerptlinn of his property, and his lowest
ternls. will record theme descriptions In a book, In a
legible hand, to be exhibited to those who may wish to
purchase.  
I will advertise these lands In my own way, in the
BA.EI*,., and give notice of.my'
I.AND RECORD., _
which purchasers will be at liberty to examine to their
entire satisfaction, free of charge. a
If, by this information, a landholder makes a sale of his
place. I will charge him TWO AND A HALF PER
t:ENT. on the gross sale, amounting to $1000 or lts,' and
ONE PER CENT. for all above $1000, .sJib the sale
exceeds that amount.
I will eharge ceihiag for adveeitg The above w I
adestem tob be eomee m the day o sale.
I will charge exactly he e to any en whm I
maset in making a paflwa.
Aadvertisrwho dr met s, or W iugirer who
does cot purchase, ba nothing to pay. -
Those who prefer that their places hould not be idier
used, or that their names be not used, may have their
terms ned the deseriptioc of teir property reeoded
accrding to their wishesm, ad thelr mm omitted.
In their descriptive letters, I prefer that they wer
the t wa qetless, ad mase seek additiecs to tho n
asthepelabeafeal.
SIn what parish, and in what peat of the parish, i
year land altuated
a. How many acres, or arpeats, have you for sale
3. Give the boundaries.
4. How far from the railroad, or conatesplhted falroadi
5. How much tillable land, timber, swamp, ete.
6. What lmprovements are on the land
7. Title. Are there any Tacit or other Mortgages
bearing on the land a
& What crops have been raised on , and to what
crope is it beet adapted I
9. What gracin facilities In fhe neighborhood?
1l -what facilities for shipping eope to merket? r
IL What can you say of the healthfulanes of tthe
situation t
12. Into bow many small farms of fifty or a hmsdred
acres can your lands be conveniently divided
13. What other Inducements to purchasers ca you
name?
14. Terms. How much eash? How much creditl
Persons from neighboring parishes can send in descrip
tions and terms, and I will do exactly the same by them
as I propose to do by the citizens of 8t Mary.
Mlpspor plats accompanying descriptions will be aeeep
table.
Persons wishing to. sell their proerpty must alt put
their terms too high. It is useless to attempt to sell lands
Sat the old. or at extravagant prices:
FIRST ORDERS HAVE PRECEDENCE.
I start Ibls scheme as an experiment. I shall take a
lively interest in it, and will take pains to go in person
with strangers and show them advertised places-if a
tberal number of descriptions are sent in--and the people
take a proper interest in the matter.
I cannot operate without written descriptions. So I
ask those who wish to sell, and those who wish to pur
chase, to send in their statements promptly expressing
their wishes.
Those who send in their statements first, will have
much better chances of success than those who delay the
work for weeks and months.
It need not take half an boar to write out answers to
the questions I have propounded in this advertisement,
and forward them to me.
D. DENNETT,
Editor and Proprietor Plant-rs' Banner.
Pranklin, Parish St. Mary, April 20, 1P67.
.rusc. ao Iriougrca.
All parties wishing the sulphorons acid apparata
known and patented as PATTISON'8 II OLVING
CYLINDER, will do well to apply inume lla y, a sirs
come will be first served. For the clarification of cam
juice, it is superior to all others, and the only perfee
machine in existence. Perfect satisfaction will be gI t
before soy payment is required.
All orders addressed to PATTISON & CAGE,
HIoama, Terrebonne Parish, La
We respectfully refer to:
Messrs. J. L Pelton, It. C. Moore. W. A. SaHer
Winslow Hatch, Adolphe Verret, C. S. Hunt, Capts. J. J
Shafer, WV A. BIisland, CoL J. R. Bissad. Messrs
Davis & Barrow-Terrehonne.
Messrs. Thos. P. May, F. Webb t Co., Octave Hy-el
-Si. John the Baptiste.
Ilesrs. R. & E. Troxler & Co., Chvian Lev.rls
Bonrgere, Sosthene Deneutboorg-S. Charles.
Dr. Jno. E. Pngh--Asumpotion.
Messrs. Secddy Perkins. Jno. Webb, T. CallInset
SLafourche.
L. Compton, Esq.--apides.
iDr. Rhodes-St. Mary
D RASrEAI CITY AND BAYOU VER.
S allion Packet-The light dra. asn
fast running steames Nults. Captain R
o. tawligs, wi um ke weekly trip . from ltrheu
to Bayeo Vecmliom , ancluding lading. em H
Weeks's a. L Averyi's isda. te-- -
BODLEY & CO.'s COLUMN
S2'~o. B. Boedlly " & .,
AND .
..
AGRICULTUar4 IMPLEMZNTI,
W ...e p ..ape to h nhhe plantero the .. S
wes. a hads em .f himary they havne red fsr.
Loeg eperleae hthe traiade ha taught is therir
mda we will always strive to be coatisti ataml ams r
to whaL machies, tools, iad implement. the ae. i
eemiglea of aairs render neesseary and pretable.
Salrnaary Engis of all Sss.
We offer the Wood & Mann Portable Engine formaleda
the Southwest believing that :t Is exactly salted to the
uses of pleaters. These Engines are simple In elaomtre
tion, streg sad silo. Have two baid wheels. A eesr..
jin sad corn mill, or two cotton gins add a corn .l em
be run by this engine without the use of extra ae.ba
and nll We furaish them from 4 horse to 35 bems
power. The larger sies ar suited to driving saw mll
t great ecoomy of fi coet and running expenses.
,.dam
- .
II!
The above cut represents the elebrated Corna N
manufactured by CoL W. P. Coleman., i New Orlesam
for the past twenty year. They have always take the
arst premium wherever they have eompetd with ether
mills. The sines 14,16, and 18 lack, are for horse pe we
and.will anuiwr t or ln~~forbe of not o.er Gftybs .
Ti$k I 4, °, and 30 Inch, are for steamn oower. and e
g~rnteed to grtnd more good meal than any other mil
maenfaetared North, South, East, or W cr.
- Send for Deecriptive Cireulars and Price List.
We elso keep ean baud a fell assortme.ut o
etat*t see..n MIill
lewe lasr OeC ila
And B oaik s manglAet red In the United States.
y0nelmem.a oe ulA aee the beest Of thsem.
OIROULAF SAW MILLS.
Wass preparette furnish all descriptioms ml Saw M3
SMacbeq a Lane & Bodley Sate ille,
oe&Leeit t « '
" cT t - " ,
renlwr Sews, 3rtWa& ~atis& meh m-- e4
needed about a Saw .i, or OGin Heue er
Sugar Mill. - -
We de not advertise Sugar Mills, trt we how that e
demaad fr tblatelass of machinery will esit till Twr.
But we are in constant eomhilnieatiou with Nilee A O.,
and the other irms who have heretofore fernshed
chinry for egar plantatlon, and can All edems prenpy
or a'isthkng needed
We will keep contantly on bad all deseripfle e Ag
ricultural Implements:
llo`-Was. Hail & Co.,
HeR & Spears,
Peeria Plews,
Garret & Cottama,
yrndley, , ds
Any plow you pant, we can furnish.
STAFFORD SVLKY CULTIVATOR.
"-- ..... ':-.--:=-e". -' "
These Cultivators will eventually revolutioalse been
tivation of cottom and sugar lands.
We have introduced them on the Teche eaD Lafoouebe
K during the past sleason, and they are commended by e
best planters.
We refer to Mr. P)avd Berwick regardingthis macee.
E.very one on the Tethe knows that he is a sound adviser
as to planting implements. He has tried the St~ i
Cultivator.
)Nuss Patent Cooking Ranges,
Per Bamily, Hotel, sad Restaurant ase. All furnish lr
cooking surface sad an abndant eupply of hot water.
Wherever muchaoekto g is needed these Laage wihe
found lavalu3ble.
Cotand Cob Creshern Light Sagar or gorge i
Corn Sheller. Hand Corn Mile. Fan Mils fr wme
a WhLat Garden Wheelbauowes Mowlag
Reaping Machines. w Meadril. Saws. Wr es. Die.
Planing and flooring l ousema
Ctteo ln nla-We am agents fr tr well known
CARVER GIN.
Gin Geruag. Cotten Seed Carrie.. d al chinery
required about a Gin Hece.
nevl O*t*m ~ ksa-And eeter Cotton Presee
r whtafv r Pleesttles Machinery o Agr tnlses
a 1pents Y my neend, address as and we wW
STHOs. . BODLEY A Co.,
MIIM lIffdW~ tresh , y r is
NEW ORLEANS CARDS
USA, No.904 Na palm. ergei, Nien Odrsaa. sy3'
, &fRIP in WAVtew.SX--1? heiQ5artm 8u
New orkan -A srr~t8$ AU~ co.' rrs -
11~1 a low prieao-CARPET\6-Ef ·rl A
ea.. at all kiwi..F Jwr COoruttah a
Ciaha. IATTJIt-ZO-4 roll Clime. 0a C.,,.
KWimew Slhan. Table and POh o i .- Crabtk
!CaSh-Lerua iet Lw y.t lS aIt-LaEEfpa,
-Woraedl. Damaa.k. t Saralti eIl5-L3aSrat
,OIUUCosU. Verasue. ua. Pte..0We. UW-1y
D VQsRr jr ZiOQimporsta
D aid dealer In retch, Amrieaa34A Eagii·L Dense
;:IMeaz, Pesfer y. IWat Mrdldata. %rircial I331,3
u i, Trasais, BrisoLe. mad Dmggtaiasadnea, S. 3f
Chuhes street. Established Y api
O R I'XG Artiat hir sad dealn ia Wagbh"
. and Jewelry, N.. 116 Carnal teet, P 33 rawad.
ad a;Ie late Pair for tehabeabs k week. Vatcbh am
J.Ojrrpetr d anal warrants. A. Rt alehAker.
12'1RiSr ENs SBD-FRWIS FROM TA? F
U S ed8.rly of Slkeher, PlemamIt MII, Kbnuf t 1 eNb f AluAcyF. `
IX Jnr 19,h IN? -~ar 3lro 1. W~eR
')I.PERKINS, S. ]i.".5WENSON. AL. KE)UOK
I ?Prktins. Sweusom & Ca. New Orteane
Sweeuon. Pcrkius & Ce., New York,
at CornCornlsatiou lubelutrte. - e -
riOax BRFXER- Q6inup greet.LhavguWltaatlye
L~ol~nrtdir L~wte7.~r., MrtiN & Ouwlee%
/ "kOUTNERNI FAMII.Y .SEWNG M[ACNI1&bUc
les ta Ychie f Wt es i s ; wtl mew, hbe, kit,.
brmi, tuck, gather, qitk, ord amd smr.44., with matts
(action. Agents wanted, at [email protected] St. Chmretenattmmt. Pest
Oco 3.Box , .SU -L
J W. BLACXUAN'S Ceinrnereta Caitegs, N. R w
. det stryet. Opem day and evening. Penan
Week keeptng. Mlthkrnaute amd language. taught: St,
dat. (sew the country can.beerd with the Prcipal.t.
COTt.TON ¶AZO ND OOU*hI3I:O#J
) tERICANTS-(E. F. elman A~abaa-tJ. Y. 8·ab'
derm Lomiutana -G.-moa & Saa4cnl, 108 Poydrue· .64it;
NowOrlead. aai-yý
0RIR5CERT CITY aper W ;. G. iioa
-ad sag t4 for Papet Has man ag. deaa
Palted Ware, Dress Tri mingas<,. dte.
T~TROUD'S arble Works, c.tibll(ed in t30, 161 St.
SCharles street. Maanbrntn a Tembs, Headstones;
Mantle Pieess. Grates, Slate, Seapstoae, &. ol:rC6
Cmrnest 'Thrptn
VnOL.ESALE MANUFACTURER of Candie, s,
p sar Plams, Gus. Drop., Ch.olate, Syrsps, Lozea
I.s, Jnjube Paste and Frerch Confectionery by Stea.
93 Old Levee street. bet. IL Louis and Colt asts N. 0.
IjlloE8ALE bRO:ERM. - nchaeldr & Zaherbler
1' om . 9.11 and 1 Tebompkeelas st cornr nt
Common, Now Orleans. -
1OUil GRUNESVALD.-Mste--Importr of Muiisal
dn,,r ments, Pleyl Pane Steinway Sons', Chioe
rings', and GCblers'. 129 Canal treet. o13'66
K IGiT a C..,a, .D.ers.n. Maehiry, Bltig, Cotto
G.ls, rec., etc. 10 ad 171 Gralr street. 13 66
.DENTAL MATBRZALS-.A. A. FaScrwcUbther;
.11 New Orlean Dent.l Depot, 53 Lt CL street,
es'ablished.1e85 . -m y
I EEDS' FOUNDRY, Corner Delord and Fetrher
Sitiet, mnufartaurers of $team Eglies,. Boilers,
Sugar Mills., Saw Mill, Cotton Presses, Newell Screws,
ans all kinds of pantation and steamboat works, dec.3
DUCONO.E'
Pectoral B3alnsamic Syrup,
till continues to enjoy publie faor, and is, In fact, the
most reliable mealeine which ran be used in. COLDS,
COL'OiHS. IRONC(CIITIS, lORR THROAT, SPIT
TINGt O' ILOOD and COXRIIMPTION.
.leelleos In acknowledged fcla, y, It Is very palatab'
and children takc It wlth pleaunre.
It Is also the cheapest Syrup now In use, as It will keep
without fermenting for years after being opened, and
consequently no lose I~ sustained by the purchaser. The
bottle too. are larger than any other Peectoral Syrup.
Soldat 01 per bottle by all respretable druggists.
F. P. DUCONGE, Proprietor,
39 Utartre Street.
Qrover N Daker'a
HIGHEST PREMIUMSEWING MACHINES.
Th. Orvwev A Bakntr?:iwte (ftteh Sewing )labiarie
art mupertetr t.all a ti ter..c (..t t.fllowing rns.e..
I. Ther ...w .tl.rt It.',a it..paen. aa v.l C no
r kwib41 r S3 h L.' t.r .tI l
! 't t 1"T ... L .' ....r w> j... ..4 ..td"."t·". : *.eath
.t it, ...a ..a. Ti.. F tb ".1 .iti. #,u ot.ta1.j.. i
U .-I. tD. ts :..l s 0t. a.sM
} r.:t v..". i.air 1us a~...LuSd tJ.u t~ a bh e %<.d t.3
Nl; w Onsu. La.,
3-. Meeta.u., Thisq MU aWca fQ(. Gro r &- rO.73
U.,bteeg at ?aiew ir. ia. 1.116ler st tcbe or th
(E~abShe IaIIB.
PAPTiS, UTTINEY SONOOLn. to*.tOK3t (ei pr1
wo t t. ..w .n. e' r+.1r.r:r . "_,-r: DIPI r ·U w r'.
CUTLER, GUNS FAIC GOODSa, LTC.,
R- Iti etegee ýrsq. i. Ncatwfur GroaarOpiel r t y etetiL.
REn bye ataNe waberilya. iheet item the gia
UOkhOOO A·iteek'a Sqeae L*~imeele FISH)·~ HO·M.1I
0.11.. mmd Li s FISH ]LNES.
Jeui3ed & See'R j CK2 I CUATLERY.
& YAPERS , ST AT ·x la , ICROOL Ba OOZ*t
CUTLERY, GUNS, FA1CY GOODS. LTC.,
Newr Orleans-Opedte th City Itda
ý-cir by all ·rrhalsdirec ire-the Ei fi teas
M Aleo dcoci Strpitri L Uwrk FISH HIOORLC-
Owes ud Llrr FISH LNES.
Josepk~edse s s Sme rOCTbT CUTLERY -
Alo a argo stock of WOSTWIIOLMS AND WADE
1& EUICHEWS
SUPERIOR POCKET CUTLERY
Albs a bo amoosiu~ot of
.+~w h..."emSe K Uwao. a
Nost 004 a"h. ea l ag xew3.a. rba'sm Jrnava
exandueoutl
e 0 s ash Mast, whk ldad apla. and
op"S STEVVNu £ B yjgolj
ROBERT HARE,
COTTOE AND SUGAR FACTOR
-AD
COMMISSION MEICIHAiN T",
....................Carotcet Street................ 3
NEW ORLEANS. o1.TdG-11
PRICE, IINE & TUPPER,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 36 Csedelet. street, New Orleans.
T. TUPPER A SONS, 'IPPER & BEATTIB
Charleston, 8. C. New York.
rheral advanesa made on consignments to New Yos k and
Charleotee houses.
New Orleans, Nov. 14, 1866. ly
W.T. BU R. aw. CBCNNET.
BUSHEE de CANNEY.
IMPORTERS
AND DEALERS Iu
btpredgs ad Domeasic Brandies,
Wines, Liquors, Ales, Porter, etc.
ll . Creq.,tnr.t , . . .
COMMISS TON 1 EItCHANT,
4 Oad :eves Street,
Sew Orlrapt.
REtERENcrES-J. I. Adams & Co., X-: Orleans. I.
Walker. Fras.klin; Parish St. Mary. Dr. James A. Lee,
New Iberia. La.
Personal attention given to the saleof consignmaNts,
and the purchasang of supplies, feb J-
E. F. Pirgin,,
jSUCC7.S8OR TO D. NAUPAT.);
D:3gLE3 INJ SE~EDS..
* . Gravier Utteet. - * * * 1O
Between Canp and Magailn, St..
New Orleans.
PAoe 15 liro.,
J. PUCOT....... ..............J. T. PECOT
(Stcaaorn toW. C. Mitchel,) dogller in
GOoceries, Wine., Teas, Mtc., IEtc.,
16 CAMP 8TREST, CORNER FOtDRAB.
NeW Otlesla Juafn
" Pea, Simms Of 'Co,
-Imapouters and
W(OXL B. LE DEALER t
-In
aRY 00010ýS,
NOB 23 AND 25 MAAAZ1 E BrREET,
New Oricna.
R. Bt WreULSer, -
Iupor of ad W'.Zasd. Derirt i
F sin and Domestic Coed5, ,Otlons~tte
KO. 43 OLD LEVEE STREET.
Now OrvIe%
GOODS SOLD AT DEW TORZ PI~ct;
1.A. DENIISbehm.dywIca Keut.) 2W,;aUo
5ýý. is caaeetal w tk t ýes ._ ýý_ý

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