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town, paristh anb Stattr tems.
LOCAL *NEWS AND ITMS
PARISH or ST. MAr, Dec. 29d, 186.
Next Monday an tlection will he bea In FeakL for
Mayor, Councilme, Treasurer, CoemsMe and Asaomr.
The Fair to be gives at Evins' Ball, har the baest of
t'ie Episcopal Church, has been postpne to She 1th
and 14th of Jamnary.
The Rev. Mr. Mallard will pesdh as the Msthadlst
Church in this place the seond Sabbath In Jaumy.
Mandaris On aa.ae.
A friend inquires f M daAsa ge asede we Ia dse
time prodce meadarn eranges, or will they change to
the common oranges of the country He has some young
trees not old enough to bear, and wishes to know. Some
contend that this orange anot bhe prodesed hem the
seed in Louislana.
In tue ate election in Franklin Lodge No. 57, F. A. Me
the following odicers were elected or the ensuing year:
H. H. Smith, W. M; Jae. Todd, 8. W; M. Mayer, J. W;
W. McKerall, Trees; N. Trowbridge, See; Will. L.,
SSmylie. Sr Deacon; G. W. Hopkins, Jr. Deacon; James
The od.iers of Cyrus R. A. Chapter No. It are N.
Trowbridge, II. P; Jas. Todd, E. K; M. Mayer, b. . H.
Smith, Capt. of Host; R. W. Allen, Principal Sojourne;
W. C. Parker, R. A. Capt; WilL L. Smylle, Mader 3d V;
J. A Peterman, M. 2d V; G. W. Hopkinas, M. st V; Jae.
Labor Prem VAglat.
Messrs. Perkins & Chaff are about bringing negroes
from Virginia to work on their Bayou Sd6 plantatio .
Other: are bringing in negre laborers from various dires
tions. The short crop just taken of, and the moderaei
priees, nill require the planters to manage with great
caution and prudence the comain year. Had the eropI
been large the demand for labor would now be pressing
But the short crop h4au ed the planters to modfy their
plans for 1870, and to aim to keep within safe limits.
The Steamers sad the Crep.
The A. M. T. Company promised last year that they
wdhlr have plenty of steamers in the trade this fall and
winter to take the crop to marketas fast as the plante
wish it. And they ha.e redeemed their promise. The
crop was never taken to market more promptly, in better I
order, or at less expense to the pranter than in 18W.
Orops eo the Upper Tooke.
The sugar crops on the Upper Teche are usually
abort, but the cotton crop is good. We stated in a forms
cumber uf the BANx that Mr.lst·pas' cslp at ib
was 130 hogsheads. We have er learned that it Is 195,
but much short of what be expected. Mr. Thoua expect
ed io make forty hogsheads, sad didot make hal of that
amount. The) generally mafd al ea1thrd lees th
they expected Some planters.felg sart one-bal
Tle CirusU .
Iust Sabbath the drus ad caravan sam e l Frank
lin. Thy passeed the Hauti d nr wrhbat a feeryma.
pJust before the trals of wageoa eatere towa a peaobe
4 failed to hold forth or want of en ana s,: Dmal a.e
who think our people too dead to apprelate anything
should have witnessed the inte.se e-seandl an the a
rival of the "hannimals." If preachers would turn ther
churches into show houes, or c e ad hh rde
admittance, they would have larger anudineas, and be
better sustained thea they are i dealing eat the Gepel
without money antfwithoat priae.
Lately, for a week or moae, we have been visited by
raw, disagreeable, damp weather. Oceaisaeiy it raeos
andPaddy rods are the natural coaequance. But we
had no bad weather till after the lddle of Decemaber.
And even now our gardeans look mea and deadlaLg
Osemlesally we have a brllt day.
h0 Renb Reap.
The ol d smmemu r Rloy, aer rears of hed aervl
an the Teche and the lakes, s espi Crpt. Phair
-- wrqrt herto deth. e is t- ha. d r ...a.. a is.
He made thhe Rb Ray qgra e al this bsays and eathe
lakes, oak.la bles ras or leo s 4a e l saw mills, ai
she kicked the bucket. We feel sorry for the poor o
:steemerr Capt. Pharr ought be Indlaled for ruelty to
Not less than thtl b hued red whit laborers havo eemr
to St Mary in the lastfsr morl. Mears Walker d
Brouson brought 125. We hope the better peateos .f
these men, t:ose =-ro are iLdsltrlus and of ge ood habit
will nmain in the contry and be sis tiby laid ad
settle here. Many of th n ema dehbtless real lead from
the planters, and can save easa h In a few years to bht
homes of their own. * harm erm Weseu men that
a large number of hneisl a in the West weld eaom to
thlecountrj if they could get here, and rsat i md
houses. Why do the planters of this eesatry !i to Of
ganize clubs, and comault il ragade to theirlate l
Why not send ana sqpt to the West to Issr what Lki
of laborers will comoe Soeth sad o what e Br i ah
lads thatmar be made to eseiar more than 4w heL
each are yearly, nmow tying ie, and mltahe er
armers in the West, whn mwat to i-a. p i an
shares. Why aot belng the els sd laasrs togethet
Few are aware hew many oes thestput aqgaig d
of edites, to be paed f[ta f.rmal thm , lt
, or ieldestl aend imamp heads. ay per
who s etressely per, man, wo e or I; s.
c.lumas. wthoeut hesgt, whom seed apea t do m.
We have advoarths, edan me w1 a . gives ill.,
.° . .. oe, w s war, gar b.es..) s glre wa -
table purpm,to the manm t eof M a de -
m-'4 whblh we have rmae an dsg. Why shee an
Wir ,psoee to des ma.rhmeebms .a th l m g e -of
the hPUr bmeasleset eWdee o or ebesalteig pe
P> l lrafo Wr ftL tg h4 l or Wr-ithk n
preach ths jeapg
Slastrb e usflhaky is M alf a sees w
i s, ,at se",h ee. e eme e m my hb dm esae
an. Job work dern at L ~oats whs es wEa s
haser be oered h-, 1a. We wEm 8* m inte
whoels wi whew foel b a r to uamsrdtto e. oee
wae thepevaW. eoel sor i 04hpq 10*6 *.*y
him delatrs ear etal Sh eassumesul
seugh to e - mach ' d d- asilgan we Ame imal
r bmarqasat a at$a r. 3,ýi~~dl tia q
uPt *a m& mmwas - -i -
pg-w, ad gs w rl a r ·Ywtl,
p·ol tasa old Dh.iuwm -i m mood
eCwv mI tadarta l, S.aca+ 1e +d.
c~ I.-aqmabJ a sg S.~·rl
bw1.4 .La a. H..arn rn. moor S*a1.
O - eu. Mawa tb.~g bbs h as ba.* - *
taiarntiwo Smai.I.Ea.3 pin . a.Nq -
~LrPrru~ --- ml aq we
M a~ 1..' tv.m41. Mars aa *.iw1. '
_I..tM 4,kra 1M al Il II S S
- ~~ -I· Y1C·C·(CJ I~ ii
rook's um a * m ý p s N
q J k t11 do ww se I a ..Mad w go bw· "a
*sl damsbawe boa M% As d ae 1
rie IV on ad oes we oup .1. s º.'ti
uMwas~ag~ eidd K has hw awo4
amw .rnM-ag .a or . e OI
1 ulLarrd r ma t OW .. # -
ors in or ha *b v.
evrom rt ..rmr w Moataaaiia
bi~1ipwr. ai___________i!ý 3
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Price mlranut au (atte latrkdet
-mIwearNaerO a 10 olt
arteam, who, mrs'ee a we
t aL ls r a 1 a
chnes socate. r Po - to 71
gOet 1,. .m o 51 9
l ofles, own 3 ato 5
m IneerdNrsm 1p1 - to
rhoa r 100o 11 50
I'labs. ltr, Egiab 60 to 70
blrMce, Fit, A ere I7 to 1 9
- Wurene , per bb e 5 Wto 5 t0
. CbeelaaeAd t 35 to 1 5
Ohesele, N.. 1, 80 po 'V
Cider, Ntbper 3 to -5
oaL meaei, per ds 0d to 00
I C.alsWera, per bbl is to 50
eak er1, er 2 to 1550
'2ern l: per bbt t5o0 550
Ceti, per box 1 75 to -
Cý 4)ies~t k 19 90to-50
lax seed. per lb me per lb - to 40
Qum, per oz 24010 2o 0
a, ayer, por box -to
Itorplu. 9 25 to 10 50
Lemons, per lb 1758 to -185
geeans, per box 7 to 6-0
lt, Western spring, per bushel 150 to 25
sltrCoa, 250 to 275
losrerlb 180 . 30
Erieed hper doe 30to 35
Fgs, We38 er 0 to0300
FAlss rs, per lb 95 to 1 00
Mackerel, o. 1, pery ft 3 5 to 3 5
aerl, No" . 210 3 0 to 415
F,p per ber hel ox 175to -
Herrings 7511 to -
Fx ced, perlb 4 to 6
lour, Wester per bb 25 to 900
Raisins, layer, pr box - to
Lemons, per bo 18 to -
Oranges, Louisiana , M. 12 00 to -
Orages, P, per 4box 7 to -
rouotton tpelb 14 to 11
Sper 100 l11 to -
lried Apple per b to 9
Dried Pea, be 10 to 114
a, per 4 to 75
ALmather Tes er a b 40 to 3a
Lars, French, x10, fifty feet 325 to 3 75
Glass, 0X2 350 to 4
12n8 " 4 to 450
Mbt - atass, p~er bushel 63 to -
Corn 1 12 to 120
4Whea 3 Ito -
Cowrpesa 1 O to
Beals, Westernl per bbl to 9
eena, Northerpn IP to ll
, rn. per ton 00to 3500
aies Mexica dryflintperlb 19 t' 20
hidm, country 17 to 16
Hides, Texas, stretched 16 to 19
ides, Dr, sd 16 to 17
trougperto a 45 00 -
lr otton ties, per lb 6 to
Lead.perl00 lbm 11 to 1
Lead Pipe, per lb 13 to
Leather, sole, Hemlc, per lb 30 to 35
Leater, Ws, Oak 421 to 148
per a~deem~ 55 to 9
Leather, Calf ins per dosen 42 to 75
Leather Texas Rough, perlb 24 to 32
Llme-Sbell, paerbbl 175 to
Wiute" t to 295
Cet 3 teo
PlsarParis 350 to 3715
Lmber-Ylow pies lack, per 14 to 15
2 5 to 30
Ter,0per M 39 3 40
Wegin, so. 1 *0 1 4 3l
Linsee, Ods , at re to 11
Masl Y oea, ,p to
s -r.- ,erh.l - I3
PoB.I eest k 12 to 100
UMr, Hems, ere 30 O 44
am" pel 11 to 04
a-Ot , lt a 30 to 44
Coalr, in -as3
pas ks m 1f 7 50
L0 pa r wh p to 16
Aberthsr1419 1 o
D Wetrs e7 9to418
ý p 1 to 1}
Ceaa lb t95001
'Sler, Nealbern 30 to 4
gsms Wet 11
PVwd Whwinrketbb 75094- 1
tc;der~ 1 6094 65
O .7Ti.E 1 )AJ1CT.
ear -o % .O pr roo
now ;..i....... .....,................." 8000 1160
:ft 4sw i m thets.....i... .. 80 0001 6
K3ishwa.................... .. . 9. n000 Sw
Ca ains... 10 000* 13 00
Go a d.......................... 1850 4W0
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mow ' IM*d' tA& GP
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L. NEW ADVERTaTXgy
JUST J WAUPI.J
A PULL ASSORrME'NTI
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
Coamlettg In p
t MEA'S AND BOIO OERE'ATS.
MmS AND N gYS' UgEN SEBW.
'MEN'S AND NPS' DRESS SLITS.
MES AND M BOY' MATS AND CAPS.
MEN'S AND BOYS' FIRNISEIIN WLAS.
BLACK, BLUE AND BROWN CLOTH.
DOESKaI AND FANCY CASSIMERES.
SILE= VEST PA.TTERNS.
All of which will be sold
BELOW NEW ORLEANS RETAIL PRICES.
FASHIONABLE CLOTHING MADE TO
ORDER AT SHORT NOTICE.
PETERMAN & KRONLAGE,
ODD FELLOWS' HALL, MAIN STREET,
nol7 'lm F. .a.lin. La.
.rew .frrauz ese .s
The subecribers have now in operation, at tbheir sip
yard above Eranklin a STEAM ENGINE, which drves
a RLAINING MACHINE, CIRCULAR SAWS, 1
SCROLL SAWS, ETC. -
Dressed and Senaeme Lamber.
We are prepared to Dres Florian and Calling, Tome I
o .nd Grove the same, and furaoih Seasoned Lumbe
of various kind..
Bridgel sad Wharves.
We buld Floating ridges promptly, and Whares of
any kind deslred.
Plate, Skitah, Zans.
Order for Elats and Skifs promptly and completely
Cisterms sud Ceelers.
Water Ci.terns and Sner Coolers from the best oe
Cypress planks made to order.
Hesse. mad Shde.
Peres wishing to entraet with as to buld ir threm
Dwelling Hoses, Sugar Houses, Out HIeses, Cabins,
Cae Sheds,. etc, e will please give s a cnal.
MAny on wishing to Repair or Remodel Old Reo s.,
S.gar Meeset, ,ete.. or Repair Ikemers, Vesel,
etc., are nvited to state their wishes tou by letter or
o lae, TRAINER & HAINSON
Franklin. June 16th I169l-y
AUCTIONEER AND REAL ESTATE AGENT,
- ..... ,- . . -
PURCHASE, SALE AND LEA ING -
CITY PrOPETrr, PL.IrATrIONI £A
1om rTx Sa or
STOCEb A1D 8REIP, UBORAuirDII AID
PRODUoE, DAMAGes COTTON,
so. 161 C.rls.m St, New Orlosea.
Respeetflly Inviting attentis to the aboe end, I
beg lve to stat. that my arageme. the pat
busanes enso re omplete ia .l reýpec. In the
CITY AND SUBURBAN REAL ESTATE DI
Plan boos n plans at treferme. of city
empled frnm the moat atbeetes soees., drly
poed fem the talrr Ie the oBee of the R.eerhr of
Ceaveyaess, shewlag oeh squamof greead. every lot
psem each squaret, me t, nmms of ownms,
vlut of the peerer. based upon the a.esmen and
.s rat tafoim n sad eka aaled htitlem. tlate«
DSPARTMENT OF PLANTATIONS AND LANDS,
I have pas.red the ealuable rviseu of WM.F.
HAILEFJGHB. EQ. well-kowm for t ay years n
bbd[ of hey St. sa me ths teto th
~yea Mett w Iothe pb amtlgttrst and th pe
of Leatea. Mr. dIho brae will ha gbes t the
pqreenal taspectios sad examinatioe of the pleatatieat
aspes my beee, earet 5cr ae hinmartag thea derip.
toat of each to be aemrate amd rellahie to .U bespeeis.
To this departeet of my bMatime. I eeasaly l~awt
thi attmtaee of at s well as teee who hre
plmetatioes or lad h. oale.
MR. JOHN B. LERFE,
So. voraly knews be thd city, for amy yens at
Armlor adu at Prtedeat of the Doed of Aemes ,
theceqhly s aeittol. Salaom ' bag reeldeate nmd oe
perieae. with the valae and character of Real Estate la
all parts of this ciy, wl give me his am.ines la the
Reel Estate B.delso. He will le give his atteeeto
the aegolatst ot Mortgage Paper andl the mole of
Steats, Semip, et. He will e amie mad vat mase
mee upoee the Staes ad City Aaameint l a d
pay texce, for hi own aseoest.
MJ. U. JA·RRAU,
Whose son po is the baimen and wheee
haley is ma wel osad a i as here.
madome" an hPceO --eeDl eaV
SUCCESSIONS AND SALES UYORDEROPOOU3WT,
Of whatever kind. A knowledge at the lee ml the
eIbr to he beerved making ales b Orerldt
Joer. UE. - L R. T. LrIp , "
Pat er the late Gadaer 5mIh, the wehl
asowlr, ienmL , fre gPnge .d A. "
OUT DOOR sALES or mI ANDu. PoOUCE,
DANAGE OUSDOLD FUR.
teady gt w to l ed te w. thaf el m he birty
giveo me. i mreape.y eay pr fvees ml c.Md
lten as I a sbek Mme A v ere am sd ease
esaemtse of my .endes d theM pe.
deel-et J. D. WALTON.
W aNeVr .V PMUI ps
WUOLas.LEa AND BDTAIl. rAL.S
MOU r CARBO.W COAL,
NO. 98 CARONDELE,T ST.
D .me Wm e. hr mm e.
- NOTICE! NO TI I
P okra ffIu .or s , t
CALL AT RAPPEar.
Lhesubsam ehere tow aem e49T Mee soeat baem
er*p et plow hames, apeke al hasd
NO. 91k QA M6/, C. KAITEL.
SPECIAL NOI ICES.
wud CSUV .Wteaw Litre Insu.t
.a St. Lqi, ssonrL
SCash O _Iiels C d isT led In. w:: h a
Asset4 . 1860 . . 816,211 90
NN br et 1 les.ed star In first car,
May .- - 1031
Of Pareat OficeSt. lnuit :
JAB. J. OFALLON . .- President
A. M. BRITTON . - Vice President
S. W. LOMAX Assistan: Secretary
A. H. BUCKNER Secretary
C. G. MCHATTON . General Agent
W. HATCH - - Medical Officer
W. W. GRISSIM Consulting Physician
W. E. HARVEY - Consulting Actuary
JAI 3. LUCAS, JAS. J. O'FALLON
A. M. BRITTON, A. B. GARRISON.
8. A. HATCH, W. C. SIPPIL.E,
A. M. WATERMAN. A. H. BUCKNER.
OSeers of Lomatema Agemey :
Gov. C. H. MOUTON ..... President.
Judge . T. MERRICK ..- VicePresident.
SI SIMMES . . .... . Secretary.
W. 0. AUSTIN. M. D. - J. N. FOLWELL. M. D.
6Iv. C. . MOUTON, of C. H. Moutonelo & Co.
Judge E. T. MERRICK, of Race, Foster & E. T.
F. H. HATCH, of Samuel Smith & Co.
C. CHISM, of Chism & Boyd.
JAMES JACKSON. of Jackson & Manton.
OCTAVE VOOQ.I[ES.of O. W. Saneker Ca
THOMAS FITZWIIJAM, e T. FstrwiUlam & Co.
R. 8. MORSE, Proprietor City Hotel.
GOe. . B. SIMMES.
The Mound City Mutual Life Insurance Company
being a home institution, it ehoual be preferred by citi
sens of the South for many reasons.
We wilU, however, enumerate onl, two or three;
1. The money inaveted in it is rettined at home, where
it asists in promoting Western aid Southern trade and
commerce, in building up towns md cities, in develop
lag our rice mineral and agricultur resonrurces, in build
Ing our great linee of railroad, and in cultivating our
boundless prairies. For these reaons Southern and
Western men should Inerse in it.
. As its thds are all invested where high rates of
interest prevaIl, it can grant insurance cheaper and pay
better dividends than any Eastern Company. For this
reason all persoas desiring to make a certain and safe
provision for their families. should insure in It.
Its Local Beard of Louisiana Directo. being composed
of meaof high standing in the community. is a suflcient
gulanie that widows and orphans will be protected in
their rights, when polices issued by thb Company ma
tareby reaseo ofdeath or otherwise. This is peculiar to
this eompany, (no other institution beyosd the limits of
the State having a local board) and is, therefore, worthy
of the iLst consideration.
AU iads Poliies are issued by bhL Company. All
This Cempeny makes no charge Lr policy, fee or
The Loulelnsa Branch Offie is in tie Story Building
up Stairs, No. 3, corner Camp and Comnon streets, oppo
site City Hotel, New Orlesns.
3. S Iaanme.
State Agent for Louisiana New Orleans.
Agents for the Parish of St. Mary,D. DENNETT,
Franklina; Dr. A. MAOUIRE, Cypremort
NEW ADVERTI ERENTS
f ratPremtum .dwardcd
TIRD LOUISIANA STATE FAIR,
PURE RAW BONE FERTILIEER
The mot economical and efective agent to insunalarge
crepe and enrich the soil.
The interest of every Planter. Farmer, Gardenr and
Fruit Grower willbe advanced by the usee of thisgreat
The decremse of the averge yield of all crops cultoated
North and outh, 16, n 163, is a well known fact, aud if
heodterioration of our lands is not rapidly checkedby a
better and more efective system of fertilizing, the pro.
dectivenes of the soll will continne to diminilh
The most important consideration - ; ."u,
be which is the best, as well as the most economical fer
tiller or restoring the production of exlausted lands ai
for keeplagthem in a condition for pradtable cultivatia.
A fair test will consaine the tarmer that there is so
STERNS' PURE REW BONE FERTILIZER,
Whiek is warranted PURE and UNADULTERATED
BONE, net mixed with sand or bhemicais, and does na
contaiL thL r neingredlents usually cantained h
artdficl ertlZers. A small portion of this willle
more effective than large quantitles of chemical ferti
ners, sad eme layer will last from three or tour yeas.
The proprieterof the above Fertiliser also mannfatnaos
and keapsemstantly oa hand, in large quantities. BOSE
BLACK of all grades.
Fer directions, prices, eta, address,
STERN'S RAW BONE FERTILIZER AND BONE
BLACK FACTORY, Lock Box 184New Orltegi, La.
Oea.-At LOUIS STERN & BROS; Auctleaers and
Comiselem Merchants, No.33 Magazine anq S( Gravier
streets. New Orleaas. el6-tf
Opeleassas La"d .geNty.
JA E I A H HOt O ON
Has estabshed a land agency in Opelo , Parish of
St. Ladry, and I preparedto purehae d ell landos
an eom.iselo. Thoaee having lands to ae will do well
to sad descriptieea and terms, an I th who wish to
purchase ea make aows their wihes brting
Refor to editors of the New brleans tian Advo
case, and Southern Prbyteran, S. C.
Opeluesae, July tat, 189-tf
Na. 17 Pryteia street, corner of F in the "Garden
DIRECTED BY MBT . V. C NATZ.
The hing is a large, coaertabl handsome man
sial, with ampl seem fre atdes, do and recrea
ti.. The omde are very e well shaded;
tbhe n elhaad qet, halthy and u.add.
The PreF ar engaged the different de
peArtmetse ea thereagh education OUNG LADIES.
Rem. C. Cearad; W. P. Weeks; Tapper, Jr.
Addesm oBe 143, New Odesme o e.
GJOH . O S 1.0UD.
OkUW]Erl W iOTdD
P .O eC NEW ORLEANS
Beo d a be had, a sed fml for $13 per month I
Them agrem l terms of tefon, payable in ad
v~aI pera e tav eatheis
_matt.er. , . m................. ""............. 000
....... .................. .......... 0 00
. l.. . .. . ... ..... ..... .......... exra.
Per rblero Mrunalis apply to
B. .LBGo, Principal.
-Mw pPre Pv Stees Rice ..Int.
PARESE OP PLAQ, nImES, LA.
Th.sm .theLgest in Lelule . a hu bere recently
blit.mda is e eai L the umat eresiv and ian
peed m to ULL AND POLISH RICE, at
ite aeetmh rLia Ap m
FIRMINMA RT ! aPeter street,
Dstween Cutmbhme and Bar.s, New Orieaas.
JOHN D. SAINT.
Oum nee em Se F ann Ee Me
mnea. Trezs h. AppLyT
WDe ew NEW as oL A8 REVIEW, win be
pIai ec ussesser ashe Fas 0sca
!'EPW ADyVERTisEM ETS%.
SIprorel Soulhertn Corn Planler.
TIlE ATTENTION OF TIHE PIA..NTERS AND
Farmers of the South is particulaly called to the
above labor-saving implement. It has given universal
satisfaction the past season. I am preplardi to till all
orders the coming season. and will del ver in November
and Dlecember next, or ear;ier if req'ire.d My father,
W. F. TUNNARD, will superiuterd ti, manufacturing.
A full guarantee will be given for th, rpf rformance of
all I claim for the Planter.
For Further tnformation address fMARCUS WALKER.,
Agent, Franklin. La., or F. D. TI'NNARD,
Manufacturer and Patentee,
Baton Rouge, La.
i ;O SeALE. FOR SALE.
,50 Barrels BLACKSM1ITIE'S COAL.
l)t '" I.111E
1 1 tMI'I II & CO.
Frakli, S . l o '-if
55 IH. rHl'ttO'. E. t.. Hl.WS.
PI'TI'IN. P'll It· s)N , (< ).
CLOTHING AND FURNISHING GOODS.
IMEN. YOUTII AND BOYS
1.1 Pad l ,.CamplSt.,
Newr Orleans, Louisiana.
We have alwasy on hand the largest assortment of,
CIOTHING. SIlIRTS and Trnnks. which are of superior
~,stlity and I .,ke, and which we sell at the lowest
A!so. PLANT TIlON CLOTHINCG. COTMIONADE
PANTS, e c. All taders filled promptly and sartifaction
Country Mertla,.ts and Ilanters arc urgedl to call and
examine our iprice..
LADIES AND GEN'I'TLLMEN,
JOI3N PIERRE, BRASHEAR CITY.
Gentlemen and iadies traveling to and from New Or
leans. can now be aceommodnatrd promptly, and at very
i ra<onabhle charge. with nice lunches at my restaurant.
at the depot. Brahear City. late.ly fitted up for their ac
commnodation. Lake Pcit, oysters always on hand, and
served up in any manner desired. My unmerous white
ft iends will agree that 1 have alwavs given them good
fare. anid that I ualertamnd my business. Will my old
faienld and new give me a call?
Inquire fir John P'ierro's restaurant, anrd don't mistake
the pl.tce. JOHN PIIERRE.
tlraIhear City. Septeambe rl. 18C9. sep15 tf
8. L. J.tSlA. . C B. CCKl.G.t. TOM BrTIU.M.
James, Buckner A Co.,
Cotton and Woolen Goods, Cotton Yarns,
Boots, Shoes, Barrels, Hogsheads
No. 140 Gravier St,
aeid;iy NEW ORLEANS.
Lumber l Lumber I
G. G. WALKER & CO.
TIlE SAW MILL o( G. O. Walker & Co.. half amile
below Centreville, on the West bank of the Teche,
has, year's supply of logs. and they will fill all tbils for
lumber promptly, and as cheap as the lumber can be
bought at any other mill in this country. The orophie
tors give their daily personal attention to the business of
Centreville. Sept., 1st, 18IL.yr
DEPOSIT OF SECURITIES
STATE OF MISSOURI. )
Office of Superintendent of
i, WYr y h S KIN,;, undersigned, do hereby ertlis
MOUND CITY MUTUAL LIFB INSURANCE COM
A Life Insurance Company organized and existing
under the laws of the State of Missouri, whose principal
office is located at St. Louis, in said State of Missouri,
has deposited in this office, for the security of its policy
hold-rs, in pursuance of Section 21 of an Aet of the
General Assembly of the Stare of Misourt, entitled "An
Act for the Incorporation and Regulation of Life Insn
rance Companies," approved March 10th, 1869. the
ONE ilUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS,
In bonds of treasury notes of the United States or in
bnlds of the State of Missouri. or in notes or bonds se
cured by mortgages or deeds of trust on unincumbered
real estate in the State of Missouri, worth at least double
the amount loaned thereon, of the several kinds andde
ocritions particularly set forth in the schedulea signed
by me, and which securities have not been received at
a rate above their par value nor above their current
Said deposit was made in the office of the'Superin
tendent as aforesaid, on the 10th day of July, A. E. 1869,
and has ever since up to the date hereot been held in
pursuance of and subject to the provisions of said Act of
March 10th. A. D. 1869, for the security of the policy
holders of said Company. And I do flurthr certify that
I am satisfied that the said securities are worth the sum
of one hundred thousand dollars.
In witness whereof, I have hereto set my hand and
. . affixed the seal of the office of the Superinten
SSFE. : dent of the Insurance Depasrtment,at myfice
. : in the city and.eounty of St.Lonis, and State of
Missouri, this 10th day of July. A. D. 1.ti9.
Superintendent of the Insurance Department of the
State of MissourL sept1 -169
CELEBRATED INVIGORATING BITTERS.
An infalible and agreeable Remedy for Dyspepsia
Sick Hea ache. Diarrhe. Fever and Agae and other
Fey srs, Night Sweats and General Debility.
The Bitters are adapted for ause in anyeimate,but are
especially appropriated for those residing in warm coun
tries, and where Fever and Ague and other Fevers are
apt to prevail; as they possess not only general virtues
of surpassing excellence, but also that property which
acts as an antidote to the poison of malaria in the
As a remedy both for the cure and prevention of
Dyspepsis, and by giving tone and rigor to the stomach
and bowels they arc unequaled.
To the aged and others wiose general rigor may
be on the decline. the use of the "Invigorating Bit*rs"
will be found to give that strength and cheerfulness
evincive of new Life.
"MORRISON'S INVIGORATING BITTERS" have
been sold in New Orleans for the last ten years, and
have now acql';ed a reputation wherever they have
been used, that no other preparation of the kind has! As
can be shown by oertiflcates received.
They are made from the very best materials, and are
,eenmmended with confidence to the public.
Prepared only by the undersigned, and soad by drug
Sists and grocers everywhere in the Southern country.
0. N. MORISON,
No M-agnz.ne Street
oew Orleans, La.
My friends in St. Mary and Iberia Parishes are in
formed that before the 1st of Zovember I will be pre.
pared to take photographs in all styles from miniature
to life size, and color in pastel, water or oil colors.
In my late trip to New Orleans, I have purchased am
ple supplies of alll attilea and apparatus needed in do
ing the most compete work.
Everybody is invited to call and examine specimens of
my improved work and the improvemnt I have lately
introduced. J. M. K(EIERNOT.
New lberiaOct. 20, 189-tft
J. Godchaux cr h arrfs.
Have just opened a New 8tock of Go~ds at the Brick
Storeof Mr.lRebert, on Main Street, i ranklin.
They Have an Excellent nSupply
IDRY GOODS, CLOTHING, GROCERIES,
BOOTS, SHOES, ETC., ETC.
PRICES VERY 'MODERATE!
Old Friends and new are invited to call, and examine
for themselve. uno3-tf
FRED. OATES DON C..FT/Y.
GATES & CAI'IFERY,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Praelice in the parishes of St. Mary. Ther'a and St
Macti. Particular attaan on given tocolleetias
' NEW ORLEANS CARDS. I
St4 L S. GREEN ......................THOS L ELDER.
Greet & Elder,
REA.L . ýSTATTE AGENTS,
1 21 COMERCIAL PLACE,
OFFIER tl.ir . rvice, to the owners of leands in St.
S Mary and adjoining parishes who wish to make sales
of plantationso. it they have Constant enquiries for large
and small places. dee26
Jewelry anad Fan.ly oods.
A. B. GRISWOLD & CO.,
(Old I.r.n cf lyde & Goodrich, Established Ifty Years,)
M.~NUFACT'RERS AND IMPORTERSOF
T.ATCI ES, JEWEL.R'T,
-G ULNS AND PISTOL.,
Corner Canal and Royal Streets.
d.ct, ts-ty NELW ORLEANS.
E. F. Pirgi n,
e,SCcESSOR TO D. MACFAy.)
IDEA.LER, IsT SEEDIS.
104 . . Gravler Street. . .. 104
Between Camp and Magazine ets.
PRICE. IIINE & TUPPER,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 23 Carondelet street, New Orleans.
T. TI'PPER & SONS, UPPER a& EATTIE
Charleston, 8. C. New York.
Liberal advances made on onosignmen to aNew TYolk
New Orleans, Nov. 14, 1866. ly
A BROUSSEAU & CO., IMPORTERS,
19 Chartres Street,
Offer for Sale at Low Prices
4CARPETIN.--EnglI.h and Americale, of all kinds,
FLOOR FURNITURE and enameled oil cloths,
wMATTINC'-.OU rolls China, 100 pieces Coos.
.WINDOW SHADEiS, Table and Piano Covers,
.CRUMB CLOTHS. Crogget. Llaen ad Pelt.
CUR'rAINS1--Lae, Rep. Worsted, Damask, stn.,
IFl'RN ITU RE CtsVE NO-Unen and Co.a Slpee,
CORNICES, Band,, Pinky, etc. je3i0t
Reduced Price LAst
LOUISVILLE SUGAR CANE MILLS,
SCANTLIN'S SEAMLESS I
These mills are made very strong and the Evapera
tors being Seamless are acknowledged to be the beet in
use. They are made expressly for Southera ugaBy
Cane, ann Intended for the use of small platers, sad
will be sold at tre following very low piee:
PRICES IN NEW ORLEANS.
No. 1, or letter A Mill, for light one-borse power, only
095. No. 2 Evaporator, of galvanized irso, 000. Ca
pacity of eight hundred pounds in twenty-four hours
and total cost only 175. Copper evaporators cot 63 1
extra if taken liste a of galvanized iro
No. 2, or letter B Mlln, forheavyone-orne pewer, otly
100. No.3 w.vaporator, only 00o, making leven hks
dred and twenty pounds of suga In twesty-qr bear,
at a total cosotof only 190. Copper EIval.ortas en
660 extra if taken instead of galvanized Iroe.
No. 3, or letter C Mill, for a light two-hrs power,
only $125, with a No. 4 Evaporator, oeting 100, mk
ing a total cost of only 15, to make 130po s.
suogar in24 hours. Copper Evaporatos tr est 763 extra
if taken nstead of galvanized iron.
No. 4. or letter D Mill, for heavy tw-h~loe power,
only 6145. l d No. 5 Evaporator, at 120, ehag a
total of 2aih. to make 1600 pounds of sugar Ih n hers.
Copper Evaporators ett 00 extra If tnakented of
All of the ab-veare vstile Mills.
No. 5. or letter E ill, is a horiontal mill, to ber by
either two or four horses, has a of
No. 6, or letter P Mill, weight r nO0 . i ~' ,
power making 5000 pounds sugar Id 24 homu rs.. sn
four strong moles, is sold at the very low p.es of ,300,
and the double copper pans for0350.
HORIZONTAL-FOR STEIM POWIER.
No. 5, or E Mill. geared to be used with four-ahen a
steam power, capaeity 2 ihad. in bto hrs only S0.
No.6 copper pau, uased with thi. Mill, Is so50.
No. 6, or F Mill, for six.r eight or te horsm emsgie,
price, 550, and capeely of 5 hhds. ind hos. The
double copper pan atsl with this Ill is 310.
The attention of planters is called tothef. lthat t.ese
Mlilisate not made in Cineinnati. but manufaetd I. n
the South by the resposihbie houe of Pearou Ai.t
Co., of Louisv., e, and every Mill is ld with te h.
gatnsuter of that rm andw ith perfect coujee that i
they are Iunst the aill required by S.othee lasters
for grindming Southern cane.
The Mills are sold with, or without Evaporatorst. i
All orders soalkI he addressed to WM. L. CUSEING. '
at Earle Cnttns Gin DeLpot, No. 61 S. Charles ares
New Orleae,solesgent for Southern States
SenJ for full descriptive circulars. sl-t f
&lSewsab, BalaetEi ( .,.
-74 Chaiud' an-9S Conanon Streets,
ADJOINING CITY HOTIL,
" New Orlenas.
Agents for the Celebrated Weymouth Nells, St
Jan. 16. '69-y
A. L. TLUCKR. IRA DAVIS
Tucker D Dawis,
Attorney .pad Cousleelesw at Lrwis
.,Or1Dc-l AUKmrl, LA.
Practie in the several prishesaompeelhg bth ThMr
Judicial Dlstrket. 14
The subeerber. has take up his old bhusaes of plant
lug Lightning Rods, to protect buil.lag, la the Atthek.
pas parishes and St. Landry. He will seeon be ereulating
among the people.
Centreville, June 2, 18l6. J. T. BAWLDWI
IMPROVED HAND CORN SHELLER.
Pat euted August 10th, 1869. Capacity six bushels p
hour. Prie $1 23, for sale at the
Dinanond Mill Depot,
No. 111 Gravier lt. New Orleans
Liber.l discount male to the trade. All orders sea
by Express or otherwise promptly attended to.
Addrces W. D. LEAVITT.
Glass Bex M H New Orleans.
OO hbarrrels Pittsburg Coal at reduced prices. A lI.
eral dieo:unt allowed to those who buy In largue qua
I ties. For sale by J. A. ONIE
Franklia .Mare , 133M.
NEW PAKILY .WINI MAShINE.
Is the beet Sewsag Yas.s ever ofered to the pbile.
It hems and fells, braids, eerds, tmdah, sadark sld
cmbroiders, with such elegasee end ease that kte 8ent
needlework would lookman in copreso. Its the
only machine e.-r invented that emhseiders wi the
lock stitch. and on account of its addabis foot has a
greater range of. o k than ay other. Ibt is aed lhet
exclnlusive by all lady mil iens and n all the Ceavaes
of New Orleuan, and it has t% greatest circulattos e(
any machine In the world. The sale of this iebrhe
nowequawe that ai all otherspat together sa I warrat
every Machine I ell to give set-laetiol. and aler afair
trial to retrmn the money if t does not do so.
No. 7 Camp st:ee. New Orleans.
Welesate and reTal agey for let~, Tease,
Xisetlspq. and Aasn a, and agent for (bt . Cl.ak'
NEW THRr E AD.
Sewing Macha. rwist and Fat thread, of the best
t quality rfr dress makers, tailor, sand sddlers, easmsatly
on hand.L aSt1a
NEW ORLEANS CARDS.
• ***rl - .au n- -m. "nreasses
Steamers WARRENBELIE , ANNA
., PEERLESS, and MINNIE AVERY,
in coemaction with Morgan's L &
Tezas Railroad Leave Brasbear daily on the arriva:
oftbe ears from New Orleans. Leave New Iberia dh.ilv
at 3 o'clock . X., connecting with the eown train at
RI-WEZELT TRIPS VLL BE MADE TO ST. MARTINSVILLZ.
.ates of Passage.
From Now Orleans to Brasbear, 80 miles.......... ...
to Pattersonville.,l miles..... 5 00
S- to Centreville, 102 miles ...... 5 0
to Franklin. 107 mile......... 600
to Charenton, 127 miles....... 6 50
to Joaaerette. 136 miles........ 6 50
to New Iberia. 146miles....... 7 00
to St. Martinevillel56 miles.... 9 00
to Vermilinnville, 171 miles.... 10 00
to Grand Coteau, 196 miles.... 12 50
to Opelouas, 196 mile......... 12 50
Washlngteo. 202 miles..... t2 50
Tariff-Sept. It, 1889.
Sugar, perhebead............ ................i CO
MhlMses. per barrel ......................... . 1 50
Molsees, per half barrel........................... 6
Cotte, per bale................................ 200
Cottomp seed, orn sacks...................... 30
Cotton d seed,per100 lbs ......................... 50
Cotteon In eed, at sacks........................ 50
Cotton seed, per 100 ..............................
Moee,perbale-large ....................... I o0
Mees, per bale-smal .......................... ..1 00
Potatoes in sacks.............................. 25
id, dry e ........................................
Tweeve. .......... .................... .... .3 .
Yea r ol ds .......... .............................. 27 0
S kling calves ... .. ............ .................. 500
Hoga.200 aes.................................... 1 50
150 ....................................... 5
10 jh ...................................... 125
" 100 ............... .. .... .............. 100
50 s..................... ............ 75
_h_-p . .... ................... . 0.. 120
pe per doen. .................. ..............
C(op. of Poultry, per foot ..................... 20
Flour, per lb........................... .... CO
Measurement of Goods per f . .... ... .. 12
T. TUPPER, Preident.
6 Carondelet street, N. O.
N. i. Insurance by this line reucedto one-h..lf er
.ftttkapns aed .rew Orleans
eshear CIty...................... C. McLELLAN.
Pattersonville........................ M. ROGEBBS.
..... ........... ................ .EV. C. SMITH.
Cyprsmoet Leadl g .....................J. .OBLEUR.
Jemre ............................WM. F. HUDSON.
Now Iberia ................. ...........JAB. A. LEE
Let us Mare Peace !
T 18 POSITIVELY understood that, from the Art of
Jeasary, t. 6no goode will be sold on credit at the
ru an o roof F. P. PERRET.
Fraklia Jan let. 18o.
GLYNN & WINTZ,
Manufacturers and Dealers in
-e-.ts Shes, T r ssa, "atLass, etc.
No. 9 Camp street,
927--1y New Orleans.
Steeaes d &epamsmr,
(BEtablished in 1836.)
KSPOR'FEt A1D D'EALER
PAPSrS, STATIOERT, 5000OL BOOS
CUTLERY, GUNS, FANCY GOODS, ETC.,
S, sad 3 Oaasa Street.
mew Orlesae-Opposite the City Hotel.
Ec by late arrivals, direct from the Eanglsh man,
30,000 Aloek's Superior Limerick FISH OllOG S
CaOue and LIaes FISH LINES. ., 1
Jesph Redgers & Sea' POCEKT CUTLERY.
Ale alarge steek tof WOSTENHBOLM'S AND WADE
SUPERIOR POCKET CUTLERY
Also a large assortment of
Adapted to every breach of trad. FANCYGOODS,
Merhaats and others vieting New Orleans are invited
to examine our stock, which they will And complete and
at low prices.
apre STEVENS A SEYMOUR
To bay Pstison' Cyliadrs for clarifyla cae Jules.
Alter per have spat their nmosy ad beeoe. di
lk t ret belp trap l.phur machines,
yalways tem te as and reesive afeiso trem our
Stie-tried, amd only reliable sulpher maeMae ia ex
istleae. We refer to the 10eD hb of prime to chboice
gar made on it in the epast ear. Address
PATTtISOI & CArI.
Bu o6S, New Orese.t
. J. HART, A. 5. TA,
0 . J. EarDt # t0. 0
mpewdevrm se emmdeeee. Uoreatmee Sm
erverl eW a0 d Drm e
We keep eo.essau y en band, Sgar. Coa., Tes
ee, gas.k pren. Tebare. Pre isse mad all
Idalp.lema.1 Joeelrtee. DrumKi. ChemRial. Dy.e imt,
hli. O.. Varaehe. Wiw Gl, and Patent
Mee.. 7$, 7B, T7 Teheaiealas 3 t.,
lS47y New Orleam... L.
0WTTOE AMD 8SUGAR AOOr
s................medeiletbt .d, .........s
SEW OR.EAls. ocl3 tf
cas. . ULt.s. PRED. A. Ta03A
MB& a TeI sse
Auciotemer, for the eal. of
FRNITnRE, STOCKS, BONDS, REAL ES
Ofice J ad Sale. Room 167 Pordu a
Near Caroedelet, St. Opeae.m.
New mand uacsd bnmd femaitemo, imde arnstbag
-ods mlwmye em bdasde egired at pusos saut
IaiNirtamt to Blgar PlIasters.
B. J. BERKERY.
No.. a1. 3a. aid ST Front Street,
Uetwena einvaille ad Conti streets.,
Melase.s barrels. Sugar bopgbeed. sad balf barrels
made to order, at abort csdce matde the best style.
Ale Ngeheed, Barrel ad Half Barrel pole for rale
la lets to slt parehasers. delivered fee of charge, and
ae at the
LOWEST MARKET RATES.
andl whlea.le dealer to
WINES, BRANDIES, GINS. ROUIi
BON, RYE AND RECTIFIED
No 1 Peters street, apposite the Custee House, yw
'D pIDtie k EgdeI,
FAMILY AND PLANTATIMi SUPPLIES.
GD OLD LEVEE 8T.
Sept.. lst, lwly
JAmas LAK. JA. W. STR O .USi F. WasrtAThi am
- bly i.tr
NO. 68 CAMP STtEET.
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