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jro Bnt little can be dte Gardeas In ab A atrth d q be eendasi blymegle d hii soesntittgay be den Is Those who have net u-e r dig them. They UhaS ug)Sg dlehib7 spimading isabmeu a- em ground, umner a Walm i 1 above the greeand. Ay , . d,5 ' MeY a are spead out ain. (abbmge eebi O-al beeman si I 5IN tai .loath* a.dA 8 . d t ur a pile mad we inad m silb "nrmdo ait> .nre and ooR lama ama Wgue g w1o oFAI gn ally. cttran euashes Ra snap e erhe Ran ted bos amin si al gater them w o she a eri s ey r waoees a the °1runwn - Sbade with j~ematka when ae ma to $b.i4 Cabbageys ,red, anddmM saws atN!eidl Nehsdd'esswe4 w is duill, a foot apart, nadweaked wtth shoe occasion ally. tisaut qaqndaea, aid soap and pole beaus, ia rich anti ilow soil, and after they come up keep the ground ,:red aroued Useato the depth of as 4weh. AlwaysC , the soil as soon after a rain as ti will putl crise. U Plant cow pease. They ran to vines less, and produce more pease when pleated late is the season. Plant tomato seeds, in seed beds like cabbage seed:, f'.r a second crop. If the season prove d ereile watermelon and murk moon seeds ..ay be plasted this month and produce o.-.thy and gard meless. "gar eael, al even the sommon corn efthe country; sa y be planted this month and asst, for roasting ears. Lady pease ay aew be , M will do well. On very fresh, new land, where bomb piles have been warned. Dsub and ruti n as: talip may be sown on the full aoen of ibis math and Aqast; but on most 1 soil, they .. il be bind, weedy, stated and bitter, if I planted od 'e September. Tie up grape visas that rno at this season of the I ear. Haul manure to a pit prepife4 for the purpose, and mix with meck, leaves, rotage wood, boaes. etc., to be placed on the fall garden in season for winter cabbages and turnips. Spanish lies are troublesome in some ardens at this I eason of the year. Mix a spoeali .1 coal oil, and a 'ponufull of s; sits turpentine with a bucket of water, as ' sprinkl he levaders wit the mixture from a 1 s.. ;ing pes. UIme mifted on the plants moderately, is 1 good. Sootand ashei are abo goadto pretest the plants. l if the garden is clean drive them late a pit,aml cover ,hemwtht earth. EOUSDO$LD D ARIAM UT. ToxrA :o CaTsUP.-Wask and mash the ouiatooe, boil them half an hour and strain thr-ugb a sifter. To every gallon of the i, aid, add one quart of strong vinegar, two table-spoonsfall of ground a, two of groui-d pepper, two of salt, tro of whole av!-3 ioo, om of whole eloese, two emions c("L very fine, and three pods of green pea per out fine. Put em .theh ae, it ol d iuffciently thick, stirng eAbs. to keep well, it must be eooked smae time, and as it becromes too thick, add dmeger. L8oathema Cultivator. DmsFicrcar Pqw ge- A"i Donoon siras.-There are masay for disian feetinr powders for use in a lprivy vaults Carbokl acid,0 1 , able rich: of row, , many this purpose; one of am disia fectaibnt is the sureees tht Mm at every man's door, .made *eeVlM air-dry, and sifted thro gh a eearu aieve, to remove sticks and pobblep. Sa mi o tamed, a*i when OEIi zed subsftnnpofv ,.r tartai one teame- -ep e .eet mitk up of B als cream of outt r and sp- .if ois, " e Yelks. . ..e three eggs. Beat the . -Wto a , then add the man swdt . _if teter', sad .,a, and flour, and lthe whites of the btggs, bc ten till yey ean cut it with a knife. FoR THr 8nx-Bees e e Lwqvid. When the stomeek is , take freak lean beef cut it e jh the strips into a bottle, w t Piece P Je into a kettle of belf n ýh~~ . main one hrour. P&n =' -=hl and some -gater. Begla wi kam.ta . .uey, and use in the mne aianiwr and saielmi 'ar circumstance. as beef ta. This is even ioure ueuranthg ik 4e*. IsamP Was.s-`" lrcL PhlDewelt a word to Aunt H4*e-- *Yeu.in hae known to be to rn the horse an& d tine t s forsws We lit, in thes beeed.woodee from a store, and huabend never ntn re member suchb telb, he thinks, as lawp wicks; so I have gives ip asksI get an . Several yarms ego I in mho neeem. ý.i ibtr 2etit raw edge and the double edge together over P and oaer. Do 'st it tewo, a it will km Jew as * seas. t a danel thehb ee to that a wlct wEB co*t will be about Sv..ealaps week. NacM Vowms B t. Tie book s Yowes eaf tk:z:s 1 . upo everyr ala-t ble, They b'rys®upnevr tople easeeted with emal lfe, out-door and I Jdoer, d tlast ten mkese make up B avery ach, gls heabpy. Each volume has afufliuden "ý cIsio any do.. t aired Wshv kemSa hand, and prin 1t1 mad r tern yam be ý whit- tlýy 6OD J V - t~tt o lumes sen . (ir @ nIW'ffi at $na75heofich, eeelb, auppfled, poet paid, for 15 centa aUteul `mcahW awt lb. e I wd * ou-dor an ~4o, wekare alway, of 1 greaat vahs. A . Elbe.saswa vmlaabba.~i or na ass .*d ii igem~ t pa urns' ý _ an OR s is r~czom j4Zt ad i + ifwek sw e mach .- `ic = :1 'G b7 CUT-W III., says: "T MY snit all sinjiliIr sph-wqrm by ý thoir stems, 0 ' to about an ino gr . T%. small." This ____ mf again, as grgglkaa.t do very well AnalLgaaems9 bhut where a one plants etc., by the acre, it ea would be B * * A., La -m probably for cOws. Je adv to do v valus also S ud Ceb Sbagea wi pro eare.-f Ibid. - A Cow tzcKLNo.-C. Y. D. Lce of E Hampton, Iats., writes: "'i, the rv. hin together. That may do itbat I prefe eme a stra + buckled tight arsad the jest fhrward of the hi.d at g. Ien It is ' for d aInead tv o bo On any harat, aimd&ey. i wEa t y ost it many I cared a ws -ilelsu s. r, if in that o.e ruars smmee-ms that it would ha almost imposuible lt have tie tied aro ies." and PomrA ex Dauw LAND.-Thos as be Tear, o Co., Ohiosu ays he has bem WS underd rtes it vary work, Aft * yer mces. Iis this too auch. he fish it sot a ia unprofitab he ssyat "Om a $ heA ter, I undo I raised last 7year hs a els of mset wihis Oe y cut r, is tare. rev this I have aet r es Ea, able to raise than ver acre on ild. coeh on crop. tho HINTS ON Ct. OF FLOWEM. T10Throw the suds le w se emj our flowers. They aie suis of yoroa the weekly wast t6e - le of mpar. Tie beat w s is Ins ndoubtedly ra water;, taied, river water wilt; is not good, andhard 'tWetir is jurious. It contributes- $ beauty to oprikle the to the walks is yew. that they are flowers, lite-a is am se sy permit coarse weeds, lke - ties, sad dudelos, to grw I. adlpl1 yu plant as ofn+% als a. Psvss eme ryt Small farmas always ii aesea' doe - ast dThse We thesmae Ik- soh bts on yee ba o wow ao .ee mahe moey t dispseest wasw a be their i tind and .volr oI r ad . me amus icr now he th a S mall fa hs alwaag'sm ehtersu pri. a.*. et.mini . ( - - the oUal Ssmon ube we . - a st em m e s dqtyu sat s-ntak Y, proat, more f en ja, ~R~&IU~ as wel IL aS~asth.~aswk is.m..m& of ~by ~S qa p~~$0 as St ~pSdssd we 'a t. - m.II&.. U ;au' S 'I QS ý. iU Wbaufsctated by c! it MARSOMAL-L MITTAULR, - LSD - " . DU)(MA M & AAJf.s hbr. ihr 9petig `Ol nowdal huin, fiebesi ai lois..) D. Namahitafed by it I ýýn G ý~UM~ ý w ED HAM~. I it A large aad emo phi msack at Mmeb~etor Pt' - sad soaxaatasd for aim yeas. -Ca~lape' mad rice NO limbs hMaid ed by "I. OR appleatiom. its - - ti- WHiOL~pALE ASfi RETAIL DEALER IN )Suala ltadr'ustu mesask, arms Imatrm ars. vowing c Guaara, V Umas, ~g 3~e sss all KI~ e Umsital Merchandlise. is #a__~ s wiLA wa n~ow PN.pat vry >ow Itelapt aisath. to order; from the coumtyv. Samie one" ead ae 30" pout laid on roe*dp of ream prier. 9LIDRS~aL TRMu TO DEALERR. TEACHERS Ie AN~5y dD CHOOL. F. C. PALFEY. g ~ UW m a steas Net., W id-a n ,, .At mu' 60y .cnat y L7 ySUI m g f:m. , a Rý -te ml w " * r.. m4 RA U.&0 Ui%1010 of ever "9I.9" C PURELY MUTLAL-\O STOCKNOLD*18-ALL4 PROFITS EQUITABLY I)IVIDED AMONG POLICY HOLDERS. I I 04LOUISIANA DEPARTMENT.u uWVear - ES. IN cMuoE STrUEW, I J. 3now PRESIPIW? I.. V. OE IEEE- . 1 VICE VRZUST" 3. L. GIBSON AtTGSTOaT S$AIIUEL FLWWEX 5ECm:W1<. B.NMO W. x. LE hUMALRN CHAR. HAQUNE, - 5.T. PAVE, 3. rlib aMRD. hels pdi I. th ý'~amm inwfhh pP lal-t p i" th.e af r I L Pritehu.rd......... at. SMrW. Cas........ mN CoI L8- s....... s14 4 Flewe t ........ ow ass r+......1R. J.sewb L Evsri ....... 1* a Ja rhi~er.......... mul!ý J J. Hmehm~ey 8mitb ...... east Geerge N a........... 111 C *.Webeer........ ... em as Jum.et eerabin...... U53 w kame N . 11..t, .........MS A.3z.hiaw......+...... ems 3 H. W. Lm.Jr.. ...... at . Si A.A............. OS - L NLeIeib........... 1011 A. £L aiBl...... em. o H. 3. Wbell>.is-...... 030 ...M.agg ......,... M* 1y... ........... I a. ~b~.............. jot AA.a sadL...... t@3 s. J . W a ......... 01 Aft"................ .... au A . F .. ' WAKRR 'SL sad aa. easr. rs. s at Zu~wm to 4kcus. N.0ouda r ode dsrto Cetri3e~, liUllmica....... toPata..rue60nier..-s0 to Ch'amutee, 1? so"... to Jeammsele, 136 miles_... 6 1) to Meiw ...... 60i15 'O to tla. Nma~lbv.mS~imeahi 900 to Ym1uyaUlP, 171 sales.. 10650 V%~ November lay 1S56. 0 Oslsmbis ef .ma seaghs .... 30 4 u SS d, ger 10ib .............. 1t Lo UO~seed, oat sack............... I41 ~LM sre al, i emar sBu s ......... ..... am" .1610 115.,6rdy s ....... . ....... .......:..0330 .10 .31 impWW U 1tr, Mer foot ...........:. PRICE, WISE h. TL'PPER, Yar~r1 i1aau-i. 96 Carondeict s4treet, N. 0. .ýw~-ýA aren EXPRE~SS COMPANY. Dimbiear City . .................. H. KERB. ?atter uavU1 e ...............J. Ktl RO ERS. Ii CmIreuille........................ ATHAR TODD. Prambn ..........................1DEV. C. S1MITH. Cypusmse t Leading ....................1. KOELEUR. Jtssle.................. .....WKM F. HUDSON. 10.w luteia....................... .. JA9l. A. LEE. 41x11,'66-1y IT 8 PSIIVEY udest~aood tht, froms time Sr.t of A Ji.WyI80,n. ood Wil besol oncredit at thme Jam 15t, 1669. A. L. TUCKER. IRA U1AV1a. Thaw t Needs, Attmaney. sad Cousmellors at- late. Omerl-FtaMsuLsN. La. Practice ibM~e msemi paidsbm.eumjsmi.g time Third JmicilDId Rujt. .14 GILYNN & WrNTZ, Ms~uastaca'rs sad Dmmlcrt in SO~ * s, 27*amrsh, R'aflens, ece. - Nso. 9 c.mp Stret. ad-y NwOlea - k.sa q iu as, $60'ay Ymbug-ao sad 36 now Levee ~ NEW ORLEANS. ERTAULIENED, I1821 !4 Gaud and $Coinmau Sbueeam ADJOINING CITY UOTFL. New O'amma. AgMU furt the Celebrated Weymsouth Neil., Et Jam. 14, 'IS.y ja- SAM" RMaoaT AJDDE OUU m. GU2W VAXO? QO(~D$, ETC., li. r a -- -bea the My7 BeteL &tqi .. E. UT CUTLERY. ANb i .W lw;3GVLW AND WADlS 14! OCKET CUTLERY s~tu~xýýýw a"''etnee e ruamoer Oft new Omlue e.OMMhsam wA SsaleeShe4 ., Ffrratp # Sqru"mteteob NEW '6LEANS CARDS. sA ' to .nn .................. .......THOS. s. E.LDER.* R1cAL . BSTATh AGIENTS, 21 pOuMmpa PLACE, or Ow QRLLA&R, (hk'FiER t4ir serwkes to the owners of lanSa In St. V i ard perisheawes t make sales ca L et s a l eimtast enquiries for large * dec26 m~ Fwgic 6iovi ti 10 4 IsWOLD & CO., N(Ol 0 irms Eatablished fifty Year,) pAIW ALSD IMPORTERS OF G UJNS AN 1) PuST()LM, 00 Corner Canal and Xs9&4 Streets. 3D ;",1c t,, a *fly N FAY ORLEANS. s. F. P 4r gt a , 25 dolESOR TO D. MIAuPd ) 'soDEALER, IN V EDA 50 d 50 .. . Crarwer Street. 104 00 30 Between Camp and Magasiae age a L a 75. ad 0TTOR AMB SUGAR PA"Rs -.IND COMITITSSION~t MiERCH T, S .......... ..... Carondelets treet,.......... .ws... NEW ORLEANS. . o1 6.y ( PRICE, HIVE & TUJPPER, S. ENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 7 It No. 26 Carondelet street, New Oeltea4 at T. TUPPER& SONS, TUPPIEa ATTIE ,l Charteates, S. C. wek Liberal adv see mades easesiametuers3w Tor k sad e Charlestes bosses. a New Orleans, Nov. 14, 1866. ly b of s. T. Dari et , be COMMISSION ME HIIA.N T, AIo @E5as5AL AeSar T uI AND TIES. r, No. 48 t Street. A E W S. oct17 p Laameser. . ThetegeMamaghn MItfeI gh & Co.'sM NEW SAW WLL on the Teche, within the appe limita ef Flashli, ib now is eperaties daily. Lauber a ne al kialsdeena be ramihed at sh motice and casrats lAe, three fiet beaeds, tweatyome inch shingles, clear 'tesp, a superior artie. C McHugh & Co.'s NEW CORN MILL, at the same place as the law Mill, is in epeatlisa every SAI'URDAY These who send eeutothe mil may rely en prumpi ateaties Sd geed week. Frankl, La., Nor 30, 1000-ly. bwwhegued USuers csrn Psfter. IIE ATTENTION OF THE PLANTERS AND aPermrs enh South is pmrliculaly ealle Mn the aboev Irer4ev imng mt. k bar gives malverm estbafeeis as gil ee aes. Las rto an.1 ertns the somlag sebao. and wIl Is Nevember sad Dsearreefin. ar wMes V es~id. ][T f , W. F. TURNaARD, will seperinasi ths e msswr A fiel gwsree wil be givet for the performamce of nll I clam foeethe Planter. r . r...t..m.~ . 1Ms NRII AE adame**A MAMOU WALCBR, ,'l , Agps, Franklin, L, or f . aTepsAlp, Maaamrand Palensee, Hates Roegs, La. Garcries and Masery. The subscriber has just epessdr new gROCERY STORE on MlAf 135TsRM , where HI he ofsers fee sal aM allelaes smaily said in Pamily Ore. Beriaores, stet a.: FadPer retPtasoes, Osloa, Cheesee, lee oneas.,eea. -line Tin Warn of Variesnhides, Matches. Sockets, Uroems, - FPwwSezbtani Cia.U Seuen hoeea, Cailkoete. -Abe Bahaake'sda, Cranikers, Wtes. Cakes, Candies, Traits' else.,es. VALENTINE E CWAN. Vyrkha, p. 3s,2as67 75 si.l - - -. ~the Mwsh... ad am~ at a -b - ~ a psai th e Dub rs 1ame. a . Ew Ohio; sad the S~~dgy."a e e e Oph'a Nine ack etplacepet Chopch tao. at e Setl<ý , il.4ihthe ap tmo !~lw L Ie s . RTAT.ega to AU w"eu f~r~15hIbS. Uhmk RulIag atc., Lad aes tie lowraer ei. ~ miº so Ies .gh~ rates. Si -~ C " (Lake. C. 6e.3Gm.) f FURNKTUIsME AND C34'ii r. JOHN D. SAINT RESIDENT DENjIST.1 v FRED. I~z4 C AZ1 OX AFsRn . IA itlA2XAR41Y8AT LAW, M."at.e Bk9 n St FA Lsta a w , taif .wssh .1aeh whisk he wUl always a" or. ml nbwn d t than Whehyo" at Ugs". Tae mi. by Ft YViC MISCELLANEOUS. 1 EW SHIPYARTD. The sauiebes Itasve just io- plcts.l th1 r S~hip ard, natthe npjperlimtts of Franklin. nn it. ussbank 01 tie yet-be, anid are now prepar, toDaild ar Reairl Steamboats, Ve..els. Fin or Ploating Brhdges at short notice. Their work wul be rs completely done a at aim et. ahinysad In the Stats-., and their charge., willaiway o 3.reasonable. Those baying any work to to requifrinFl it. Scarpenters are ipci Led to call at our shipyard, and a.-e oauvenlaaoas forsdiBingmuecb work, and learn our t srmn. a n, peaces. We wilt always aim to give the best of satifat oounroas, and to do jobs in a manner that :.i1 -be retaetoour establishmnent. The ab' hard has improved side wayson whi ih -ttan. era can tLenauled out with care and perfect af. tv u ii out suffering from strains or irregular h'ariq-, f m kind. TlRAINtt:1 , IIAN Pro uklin May I. lyis, y iuserrdess's Shipyard. NEW ARRANGE- ENT. SMARDON & KENNEDY I.1 ARtDNl SHIPYARD ha, agi: h..., . 13 and i now prepared far hitut sto ie.rt o_ f the enbeeriher-. STEAMEfIP' AND VEl9I:r.s Steamers, Vessels, small Boats, and Fla, paired completely at short notice. FLOATING BRIDGE. - Will be built promptly, and established v :. desired on the Teche, or Attakapas waters. BLINDS, SASH AND DOOSi, On hand, and manufactured to order at tb I- : now at the shipyard PLANING M.ACIUNE. Flooring and Ceiling Lumber dressed Lu ,,ý. l grooved, at short notice, by steam power. BUILDING AND JOBBLNt.. Building. Plantation Carpenter's work, U irp eut, Job wog of all kinds attended to. All orders should be addressed to box !), Franklin 1'.'V SMANDON A KENNEflY Flranklia, January 1st, 1869" ly as City Hotel, y Corner Camp and Common Strect., NEW ORLEANS. LOUISIANA, mIIS SUPERIOR HOTEL is ltcated in the ,r, ,r " , tre of the business portion of the city. It , . niently situated within a few quares of the theatre, s in places of amusement, and within one square of the gr'at mart, Canal street. For business men and their families. this Hotel pre ents superior advantages. The commodious Verandah; a IE front of the building are a great convenience and attra. Lion, act equaled in extent by any other Hotel in the city. This House has been reitted and renovated through. tad out, and is unsurpassed by any establishment in thl* south-weat Every luxury the season afford, :s liberally jurnisi1 .I by the Proprietor, and superior Caterers cuploya -i exa satisfaction to the public. Parieularattention paiulto all telsgrams, ati ltt , ordering rooms. Business communications should tre addre..il CITY HOTEL, New Orleanu. jan9-tf A. 5. MORSE, 'rc..p. r Carpet W'inrehegese. A. BROUSSEAU & CO., Importers, 1o (Iartre Itr, offer fst sale at low prices: CARPETINGt-English san Americas, of all kinds; FLOOR FURNITURE and Enameled Oil Cloths; MATTING -l50 roll China, 1is 7 priers Caeoe; WINDOW SHADES, Table and Pian, Covers: CRUMB CLOTHS, Drugget Linen aid. Felt CURTAINS-Lare, Reps, Worsted, Damask. etc. FlR IIITURE O)VERNIG-Linen and Cotton Stripl . C4 rd. VICES, Bands, Plus, etc. may9 - ly Jbmeaes's .+'ssraeres. see . Ornamental Shraubery, Fruit Trees, Bulbon. II.. ape Vianes,, etc., te.e, may now be obtaist I at the 04d Va~aws' Hall lot Camp street, oipposite Lakat WSio asue, at any time during the seasian. Thb y an. finch nm amy Nurseries in the tear of the cite .ol ua t er raaatbuefatm Coern JOHN M. NELSON New Orleans, Dee. 20, 1267-y. bar JOeAN . B3rfuger, COPPER AND SHEET-IRON WORK E II. Paataer Maker, S Brawass Founder and Finisae r. ad -And dealer in Wroeght Iron Prpa and Pattings,for atra at Water amn Sas. 114, I36 and lid Magauine and fl Notre bas s- ree New Orleans. IWghtaing Red, irsm Railing, Bell Hanging and Lock Al saithing werk, executed expeditiously and emn al the meat reasomeble terms. Franklin. August 21, B1U-ly. DANIEL & JAMES D. EDWARDS, t, -'t, '-4: 5 and Delta St., and 2t, , ' and 1'rn Street, Frosting River, Between Gravier atal Poydras, New Orleans. r 'tis and Sheet Iron Workers Mann sha, te me t suga Trans , Work, STILLS b BOR$Si FOR 6RtIi 4OTUER DIOTILLLtIrA s s. Ilneksmlshing, Jobbing and Repaing, Steamn. Ga. att V. Water Plpes said Voameetleus, all sizes. slid ter. Soder, all kinds of Brasrd Work w. Steam and Water Ganges, Whis. tles, Ceeks, etc. sal Drams Pommiling, Plaishlag ansi Paticrns jeld-ly Mam. Alew Jrrmsgemeue. Tb. ambacrtbeca have NOW is speratlou, at their ltuj. yardabhev Eramlia a STEAM RYWGNE, wenieb drivec - A PLAINU iMACmNE, CIRCULAR SAW., SCROLL SAWS, MVC. - - va*amei and Ueaaeed Lamber. Dmaup, . Drs obing and Ceiling. Trn ...NS a ..n . o a ! furnish Se. aotc.. L u b e build Bratig Iidges promptly, anti Wharv. 't r my kiad dedrad. in Plats, ShlIlb, Anc. be ch K Orders Lw ElaiL and kiats prompily awl .. o.1.1 tcly to giecateat U' Ciaterms and Coelers. Water Ci.teras and Sugar Coolers from the tit of Cypress leak. made tn order. Mmsesa and Sheds. Puesem wishing to contract with M: to build for thbin Dwelling Mamma, 8eu fle, Out iloese. CaLmzn 'Came Sheds, etc., etc., will please give n.. a call. Repnlrs, Et,. Any eme wlin to Repair or Remodel 0111 I.nu SUam ]!Nees. etc., ete., or Repair Steamers, Ve-.4 . ae., or. inited to state their wishes to as by letter on atbeaulee. TRAIFER & ANO Pranklts. Jane 16th I&tio-1Ty NE INO masn Filcher, COTTON AND SUGAR FACTOR -ASeD COMMISSION MERuII 1N1, -N*. 11 Ual*a Street, NEW OaLhANS. d.n u VIALU Cff~flIAilY, * V. LEFORT & 5I''El ti This eutablishment isbmw in operation and ha, a go d asuply ef Candles of all kids, uach as Lemem, Poeans, Tarts, J , Almeadi, Cheetc, Cordials, Wines. Pre-.rve Brazilia Mats, Metter. Cra. hi: Fickles, isasres, Modaltiecuit. Fige, ' dalaim Cake.. Segars, Pies. Cigar;. Smaokig Teheece, Soda, FInr Cakes for Wadding Pardea aed other occasion wade at sheet mNodte. Alie a of DRY and FANCY (:OOD., ant FAMLtY always oe hand. rabtlie. Jane 1Zi ISP. 3. F. IPeearer, Attsewe7 aend Counselor at Law. OFEICE is the boae bailding with the law ,,flite A. L. Tacker, Esq. Up stairs !rnakim. La., Dec 9, l i. y mi enao. T. G. WiIL-. Ateumvee atd Coaaselean at La lemagtes itnepprio eemtpelegthe Third Judicial ale 9'. Ja em .W. D., <imarlyzt synviol D3I~T.&L PV'RGO'OW. We. 14DmaieUM toCatholleChmc ur pstairs, A' Coareltatieas iaa*ach and nglish. 2c-1