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lands m, the kl ci. s, whidh says sre Good: To iuov G iro S..-AIL yp a little '.. to the wr.mg. ade, sad the spose wil . To Rlsrw h lU--rnk an be taken oat of liaea b ling a piace of tallow, anad Wash -1*S Rio and the agots ill di ap pear. • 8rnuce Ur.--If yaoget a nm8on to pm a We point onte o n year; trim up 1w umut O .y make it easy and iaviti'sg. Dne't W 7,' cn't pad time to attend to the 1M P The freds. you have so rght to be . Yomr wife and childre wl ble , jou farm will sell for more mone in y m ml and will be worth more to yt a at home, y devote an odd hour now and then o . nire an. presing up. How TO KauEr GATE 7rOm 8aoIn3. A correspondent of an Eastern pper n the following plan, which he h. tried with good resals: ";et the han post e and d blfeet in the tramp wMI a th -oDas on the erie oppo the gpa; S,.ni ah sizt am inche d from poeth sils other. in this pt theeby"fon berry, or some other lasting timber, asn that it juse lls the spaes between the twe tpots andc woer writ nth ý m l ý Mill . bn t gad ayu bag To Paoorsr GOast now BarT.-A individal of utch praetial aPerias, en that green "elder," d t p siad i bo mws of hy or grain, lpIroe amea very detrtive in their mravages, s remedy so simpl and easy o saamest b eileonire, it lb'ra t -bet.ist mOt-e membered by al ol. We have - nown that tshe salks of the common u will drive ra. fern their Iha l4-E. e . s Bmse A Gassa.- O. F. "Le. df pleet Vley.Pa., buaj. t boob a swarm of beesad pt them i e of is pper chambers, the hir fithe window ou ti SBeoth ide, sad the is rlaid as to paein. II esnd ,oage , I _il know if the hey-mkers wl do a we re "rif they were o .t i the air. t.[ Chbembere-"I Asoid may; d in asome foots which have eome to my attie that they would do better in quarters ls onsed." Dr. Trimble--I roeatly at * a who abas a iarge desl supply A a. swam of bees went into es arned garret some years ago sad fou lodgm:a betwee the leor a 1d eeIIn of the room below. This gives them ap spse to aspead, and whom thL a onea bey e tahes p a board ad gets it." PNst Pavrm Utrwegrs.-Thre is better timo to p-t fm beildiwe thet December. Palt pat .. late athe y wilk wear meob lekger them If pt en ate SThe summer's he, s is. t . permits the absortios et as e ts anetd the'lsd gne washes a , r when put an is geld weather, th whol feeas a eaon that semida aeasotmdoemseetaesnda sey Tesmam farmers wesay.baythe mat eialetake is awe e rt iag eter mede. Tas AmmascAnuas mas.-Bnisecstr. j peaking of al poes a itah a m.s.a.os a haim Ito wetrs. : rw ask -e haedra and eveu ty-two sres. w"h h amey auela be erg t the oft e.rrg b Thee amdss eows ea the fhrm, sad the mie i ebermed foer iMi. ledep ee n e *.eest. Tim W ins Pmo p -1he Cem a of ee..selea het sa dly .th4 e eelites oealad ei -ls S peatsdtr the emiseme d erds gin whmaeswt= u -"tde pill" ýa eng;ed, nto esmi eMob- ytimedr **ae~meltumI as r ..6,_ LIFE INSURANCE. AW.S MWUAL OF ST. LOUIS, MO. SP,1% ALY ( ,1,o00,000. mwiMab AMe4 Imme.l. ms he Ontrt *PPleMre CBA3LuS A. RANTs, Praeimt. JiAMm wARUmoN,m e Prei.. J. Il RAC , E"MLas, lies. P Eruas Wda sl Olea P.O. aid inlir, WIULA1 SIWULD ALuih we.t VAmSANDT a. o..ulaer Poeycim, Wa. Vmr I, Gerge 3. Taylor o. P. aper, m. H. Surgon, P. C. acdley. LOUIIANA AOENCY. mOo 114 m N.Oe..a eo, Comet of Oae , NEW (ORLEANS. Loeal o!eat of Dh..etm. A . L. ale. h et r 8H. T. ebat, W. aLTm. kIo peB ho3.esIsts T. H. LgLnbebmm L W. Sa. Yourt, & --IL n," J. H. u. mmerd, A. o. Piel, A.p 0. wi per L. C. Levy. SUL Wh ,ae a m ..... ... a....... ... Pra. a. W. iUNT ............ b ...... V a . th . 3AeYOmNT................e..8etery W .e ea Fam Ainet, Ie dTst. bor mln p l e nMalleee Asefir.l by.. I empem SyK bekept, Ufore Sand annoulnm·.. he "b tuhisee pay oil be kepst .nfearc . ew f emea m W rpalrt tal o 30 bl relua pal. the "am." h in, y ya and mad cpI M ym1 ow r f whir t In . t. U a Shun we Irem rritmi would Drtpt l bm e pwl P SW ne. fully e.haaibyg Sbmi premlumn, eel in en.. odarm" abe wbeh mea m. dd wwYbepl imbuIngt In 'S.e mlm.m tabe manot of e theeom laguberr withIn per ml Pba h ay mimi earnear viles, abe me an y}qa - nr, nam bab itbaLe r 'Se baa - fkg ltw FI prr.emiumr to n the. e uaie., wi aret any aisf ur . Ietaiabla be Idm mine ma bI Mvae wI'S imaf y Ae o AMg of Iml AeVu WITHOUT RESERVE! ~mwbw mak a"*ok . DRY GOODe, aOUCuuz STC., ETC. VnW U 80133 TED Ds rul or uJAURY. OW 1drrB~ UdI ·m ema ou 1d1 raN. 1mm. ass" if h L .l Ils. I btuto e wss. f y m ol hlrL l s.1 _.. 1siV so cLs Ir, MA riv *m* t. u.in ? £ ?T O! PFi*8 bi tom. rs flsompok was - gw csa.yý, iM -lik 3 L, -ý r a ends *, a . - a e s.. I Me ebwýsensss!s~w swlb CH. J. 3. Wales. Doa wn~ £m et ba . ' ? a s Sales at U b s.s i im b smet J. ils.To.lB Omeg lrale U Ne Or .lies aind tyrM1~is m- adt Ca Jea ý 1 bsaHse rl Qlal rlr ! ILlE--- rtnr New CllaPO 4wl·br M P. "iath. FINE WATOMES, JEWELRY, SILVER WARE= GUS, PISTOLS. ETC., ETC. so a a~p · . aN. . Swa..st, IMPORTER AND DEALER as DOW# ..D Ca.BDICRs CLOTmG, mU. 3I CAAL 3BT3T, mse owl am lm 04*A S AM GMAUJL LA. ·-- - g~~rr v sr.. ~ win, . =Atmumamwa see as. EAMIUL anes.. swý*r a~..w. umýu I;wr~tws ý.M11tt ratm '+ SMYA*L *'UR@IRY. rPE I" I MISCELLANEOUS CARDS. Just Received. WXQO ]M 2~ TNT N Y OR E.. -BY STEAMERS GEN. MEADE AND DECODA. A general assortment of men's and boy's clotlhin piemeand furalshing goods, for fall and wintryr wear. wblewill be sold below New Orleans prices, at the Odd Fellows' Hall, Main street. Franklin, La.. br PETERMAN & KRONLAG E. Franka Oct. 8, 69. tf H. P. BATLET. t. D. .IFItLI" EN E . Bayley AJerolletemn, B*T.R CORN MIZLL AND FEED STORE, Near the Railroad Depot, Algiers. Keeps constantly on hand. Freeh Ground Corn, Meal. Grits, Hemtay, Flour. Rice, Hasy. Corn. lats, IBran Cracked Corn, etc. Corn, Oats, and Corn and Cob Ground and Cracked to order. Orders for large and emall quantities solicited. To tRe Sugar Planters. The subscriber has a mode of saving seed cano h: which he never fails to presern e the cecd in perfect order. for winter and spring planting. Hlis expetiulent', and observations have run back through a series of mIore than, twenty-fve years. lie proposes to taken contracts tits fall to save seed cane in St. Mary and wilt charg" noth ing If he fails to accomplish what he proposes to do. 1I. is confdent that no planter who puts up s, i by this pro. cers will fail to have good seed to plant. Mr. E. Meynard is authorizedto act as agent for the subscriber in making contracts with planters, and is au thoriaedandfully qualified to carry the.:n .ut. L. D. VERRET. Opelonsas, Oct. 1,'69. Oct lis Boarders. Mrs. E. A. Jones is prepared to take a few boarders on reasonable terms. Rooms with or without board. lRei deae at t old Furions place. 2 .e SGoods .'rew Goods ! FALL AND WINTER SUPPLY COMPLETE. H. H. SMITH & CO. A general supply of FALL AND WINTER GOODS, CLOTHING, BOOTS AND SHOES. Calicos, and all the varieties of dry goods for the la diesslntedto the season, and in the late't styles. FLANNELS AND DOMESTICS. FANCY GOODS AND PERFUMERY. GLASS WARE, LAMPS, OIL AND WICKING. Hardware, Groceries, Provisions, and General Planta ton Supplies. In short, a General Assortment. well suited to the Sea son and the Trrde. Prices wil be found reasonable and uniform. 01.1 Friends and nmw customers are invited to call. Franklin, Sept., 29, lea6. NATIVE WINES. We deaire to call the attention of the put:ie to our large stock of different kinds of native wines, t ur own maaubotere. We guarantee them to be pure and of so. perior uality; and at prices sufficiently low to jusiify their an by q1 parties, either as a stimulant. or for table as. Our .e a rapidly coming into general use and hvor,ta all parts of the country, for all reqdirel perpose. And we feel satisfied that we can furni:h a wls itable for any general purpose. Any one wish lag to try the wine before purchasiog in quantity. can have a ample case sent them containing one dozen bettl of the different kinds, for nine dollars, Any re snpenslbe partis wishing to act as agents, either whsaLeme or retail, will have liberal inducements of fedi, and can make a good profit, as we wiil allow s.ch agent a proltable percentage. TUCKER & SON. Columbus, iss., Oct. 13, 18t694m Columbus, Miss., Oct. 13, 1869i4m FOR SALE OR RENT. Thoe are now occupied by the subscriber, on lain street, ia thi. planee. Al.. my nw stoe, on the Brashear lot, nearly oppo alL. to the subsrlber, H. BELLOCQ. Wa.e. Robert, 195 Canal St., Between Bargundy SStreets. FASHIONABLE MILLINERY AND LACE STORE. a reeeihved her Mock of fall and winter bonnets hatarlboba, nme., etc., etc., making the most riche r dea ela ietS aoriment of goods in her line, to be laid 1a the lreat City. Dreas akiea all its branches attended to and full satidsetlo gamrasteed. Ordieresoleted and promptly attended to. nolT-6m .Wefwe Rickards, Na. 161 Custoahouse street, between Dauphine and Burgay streets, New Orleans. Stlema marble for all bullding purposes, including hom.meta, grave tones marble-floor-tile, enrb S nea etc. Hydraulic cement Depot for the s .ale Rd V Cape Lime, a superior quality for all the of mer platers, masons etc., manufactured at Quarries, Mo. nolO-ly Srge W'. 8eqlres, St74aR R $B OB= B3 -MID- OQMMIS81ON MERCHANTS, N. 70 Oravler Street, NEW ORLEANS. nol0liy NZW ORLEANS. nol0O.y r. et. " eeductm PRICES OF PIANOS. A. L. aetmar, No. 1st Canal 8t New Orleans (oppo die Chrit Cha(ue.) feors the world-renowned "Chick wlag" Plaos of 7 octaves, Rosewood, with the latest imepsmme m a 475. (old price x600.) The same, wthrvM lag., g$50 (old price $650) Liszt, Thalberg, Gohtiuhalk sd all the other leading pianists of the woaelidstae the "Chlekering Planes" to be the BEST THAT AIH MADE. The Iemesef Pews, Webb & Co., Ememon. MeCam na (Srr merly eoarmudn & Gray,) Pleyel, Erard and ael at prmpe.boately reduced rates. Shiet ase ead mustcal merehandize of all kinds. elS9 A. E. EBLACKMAR, New Orleans. La. F. UFRZDN.ICEON. J. H. HARTEL Frederiekem £ Marte. DR ..GGISTS, . 13 Cml street, Touro Buildings. New Orleans, Pawr. Cemicals, Apparatus, Fine Perfsmmew, Leeches. D "pet hr al Ulwpa Mineral Waters. Agents for Bremshsall Bitter and Vichy Waters. asia AgIeas for Timama & Co's. surgical Instruments. *WreIU, Craig & Co. J F U R N iT U R E WAREROOMS. NOS. 88 & 4o ROYAL STREET, New OdeasU lave m hIan a wige ooek sad wllt SE.L LOW FOR CASH. *.*l!r E. L. E. BONNET. No. 5 Chbrtrs t., Near Corner of Canl, New'Owleans. DIPOTEBR AND WHOLESALE DEALER S -N SIrAW AND MILLINERY GOODS. M jt ~aheda Hiei lR hteck of Bedse, Ribbons. lie., .Artili Flqwe.rs Vels. 8raw. Velvet ad as Mt trB mma amdrtmaed, which he oers. to the tamibl te·ms and very low prices. ea.r B. .werseen, succmeoa to JOHN MCCLEAN, SII AKE, $NEE-IRON WORKER, Oo~m'm!e, rmdlN i a" G -a ia - n` e tsaae t Omer et Port, Thir Di am C se ps a ship la -l wewntnesonse NEW ORLEANS CARDS. Soulthern iV>le eouse P. P. "TET &IRal' T 80 Barons St. New Orleans. A.ENT OF TeK TNRIVALLLED PIAlOS Msufactured by MARSCHALL & MITTAUER, - AND DUNHAi M & HALE. ORGANS AND MELODEONS, SpeciJagolsd medal (Church, School and Parlor.) Manufactured by CARIHAIlT & NEEDHAM. A large and eomilete stock at Manufacturers prices, and guaranteed br six years. Catalogues and price lists furnished by mail. on application. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN Music, Instruction Books, Brass Imatra. ments, folline, Guitars, Platimas, Strings, and all Kinds of austial Merchandise. Agent for Boosey & Co.'. London OCheap and Standard Fifty Cent Music. Second Hand Pianos at very low Prices. Prompt attention JLt orders from the country. Eatire Satisfaction Guaranteed. Music Books and Italian Straig, Mailed post paid on receipt of retail pries LIBERAL TERMS TO DEALERS, TEACHERS 1el2-1y AND SCHOOLS. Pofund City Life hnsurmace Co.e -OF St. Lolus, Ilissouri Agenta for the Parish of St. Mary, D. DBNNETT, F.aukln. La. Dr. MAGUIRE, Cyrmort, La. Pari of St. Mary, La., June 23, 1869-1y Carts and R oanas. Bagas Carts, Three lule Carts, with or without Doubletrees. Ox C s, Four * Tongue Carll, E x tr a ,/s , Singlet s, Lubricalag oil, Axle G e, in kea and barrels, Also th elebrated Hall Plows, Persons anting Carts, will save the freight frosl New Orl by purchasinughere. FrankI ., je23.tt M. WALIUR, Agent J. ~. Baldwin & Co., REAL, ESTATE BflROKERS, Roo No. 4, 100.ladisera street Chlcago, Illiao. Prompt att n given to te pureas anl sale of all kinds of real sate in the city or coatry. Also, the leasing of p rty, paymnet of txee sad eolbectio of rents. lists of improved and pre perty always o hand, in Miaigan, Iowa, l ad Wisconsin. REFERENCES. Ho]. and Swl., Chee, David inn Esq.. Robert , Cotton Brokers, New Orleams. TJinceb 4gIIh, Bankers, Danville, 1L. J. C. a & Co. Ex.Gor. 1. P. Mortem, Iadlmaaoli. Bros 4 Walker, Franklin, Loasiwan W. F. aei - J. C. G or' - u A. L. Tcka, D. Deniett, a At the F.nklln Drug Store Ma, bed anb u heretohbr. 14lugs8 pllbrat to the moeik, Cogne,, ky, bourbon, and .srmosth, Gin, adeand sherry, Lemon syr and strawberry; Extract fch, almonds, rose sau vr ils; Ayers Bn and Towmas's srll , McLean's e alshnaestok's seramungs, Ayer's, a' Dromgoole's isbrlfg; Wright', ndett's, Jaynes and Moppeth's pills Will cure did, fevers and chls Call and e.mlne our full sapples of statlonur perfumery, sad paer for al, Our stock disruahes., toothhair, sad sloe, Are as che as cn b boht at the North. NWp k Jems, 38 Tehopitelas sad $ ew Levee 803. NEW ORJ.EANS. [ateit aep. J -AT FRED. W. 83M.TIrP'8 The sabeerlbem now on hea anmple mpply of ro.ds fresh from be Creset Ciy,. DRY GOODS, .BOOTS AND SHOES. HATS, GBOCERIES, PROVISIONS, COAO OIL, LAMPS, ETC. -Auo WILCOX & 5808S CtELEBTED SEW INS.ACMINES, NEW ORtLE.tS8 PRICES. A COMPLETII 1OHMNE, -a do low that nesiy amUll & mi3 ..m a ore a Cm sad rammin te ew - 4 eae st sewti r ank iU, Owtmw .EW ORLEANS CARDS. Water Coolers. The subscriber is now prepared to put down water coolers near cisterns, from fifteen to twenty feet beneath the surface of the ground, by which arrangement citern water for drinking purposes may be made as cool as de !siable. Ice water is not needed where these coolers are used. They will not need repairs for ten o fifteen years. Cool water by this process w ill not cost a family $5 a year. Price S35 for everything complete. Cenutrville June 2. 1169. SAMUEL CAREY. JOHN LARKIN, S. T. GORIAMORK. Larkin & Grtsamore, Copper, Tis and Sheet Irn Workers Thibodaux, Louisiana. Repair (and reset Engines, Boilers,"and machinery of a-. kinds. Manufacture steam trains and all kind of ap paratus for making sugar. Keep stoves, tinware, lamps, bar and sheet iron, iron pipe and fittings, etc., etc. Thos.B- Bodley & Co, DEALLRS IN 3 .% a g .X'r 30T iN V T AGRIC'LTURAL IMPLEMENTS, AND FERTILIZERS, NO. 9 PERDIDO STREET, NEW ORLEANS, LA., Cllett Steel Brush Cotteo Gins. GULLETT HAND COTTON PRESSES, NEWELL SCREWS. STAFFORD CULTIVATORS. Sattley Gang Plows Coleman's Corn and Wheat Mills Stranb Corn and Wheat Mills, Stationary and Portable Steam Engines and Boilers, Circular Saw Mills. BALL'S OHIO MOWVERS. Ball's Ohio combined Mowers and Reapers, with Drop per Attachment. Grain Drills, Horse Powers, Rice and Wheat Threshers, Rice Hulling anad Polishing Machines. BOOK-BINDER'S MACHINERY. Paper cutters, Presses, etc., Hydraulic Iron Cutters Crawford's Garden Cultivators, Feed Cutters. Corn Shellers, Wheelbarrows, Plows, Sweeps, Scrapers, Corn Planters, COTTON PLANTERS, VICTOR CANE MILLS, je9-tf COOK'S EVAPORATORS. rotfce ! The underseaed would respectfully announce to the eitizensof Attakqpas that he is prepared to sink wells with a nine inch auger. with 1* inch gal-anized pipe and pump complete, at 2i 50 per foot, 8. CARY Centreville, June 9th. 18.-tt J. .urtfs Waldo, INine years with P. Van Benthnysen & Co. as Book keeper and Cashier J INSURANCE AND ADVERTISING SOLICITOR OFFICE AT CLERKS' ASSOCIATION. 1r ALIoysaa tr... .. ltairs. Fire. River and Marine Risks written at Curren Rates All loss liberally adjusted and promptly paid M this ocee. Stocks of Merchandise, Stores. Dwellings, Sugar Houses, and other town and plantation improve ments, inlsured at the lowest rate compatable with an equitable adjustment, of losses. When applying for in rsnranesenda diagram with description of the property to be insured, REFSER TO D. Denet, Pranklin, La. Measrs. Samuel Smith & Co., ) Townsend & Lyman, New Orleans. B. T. Walshe, Eaq, Address all communications to J. CURTIS WALDO, New Orleans: Lvery Stable. Travellers pasing through Vermiliouvill are inform ed that I keep a Livery 8tabe at this place, where hores ar well eared for. I keep horses to let and stlanger heating leads, can obtain conveyance to say part of the or to any of the nelghboring villages, at rasos J. HEBERT, Js. VermUionvlle, Aug. 12,18.9.--yr Bua#t'a Wmrrated Per rteamer GULIP STRiAR Rasbeen rueelved by the undersigned the new crop of taraip seeds. vrious kinde. Other crops of vegetable seeds will be reteived as they ripen in sueeeesion. Coo suttly o heuad, . well selectsd stock of gardlen seeds of the season, which I ofer for sale in bulk, or pat up In papers at reasonable rates. RICHARD FROTSCHER, No. 12 Da Main street, near French Market. augl7-3m L. R. SlNOI. . O. CARTER. JOS. MURPHHT. Late with Stevens & Seymour. L. r. mmeMM. o. Co. STATIONERS AND PRINTERS. BLANK K N M JFACTRIJES. NO. 56, CAMP STREET, lNEW ORLEAN. avirg a coplete prinating ofee of our own, we have rruual feitl d for doing every deeceition of Job Letter H.adins, L Blaks ad o Hedig.. We are prepared to make, at bshort notice, Cotton Books, Record Books, and all Blank Books used in an ,eee, with or without printed headings. Particular at teation Ik given to the manu-fcture of Court Records andprinting all Leganl Blanks. In ending ordenrs for .eeks whic have to e madel to eder, pkase be particlu. lar in sai an eact espy of what I. wanted, vis: the eaings, i any, the amber of pages, and the en act length an4 width. By so doing, no smitakes will be made en our part. as we will adhere strictly to your or We also keep a general assortment of statonary al ways onhand to salt the country trade. sealy Engine for ,ale. Stationary eange--94ach cyllnder-30 inch stroke, with governor and band By wheel. Al is good order. Apply to M. LARA, eS9 3sm 90 Camp street New Orleans. E. esath, Dealerm in UIINILSTElrERP MATERIALS, WALL PAPER AND CURTAIN GOODS, NO.99 CAMP STREET, s-l91y INw O*res .111,8. W ta b la EMPORIUM OF FASHION. Drsemaklag, Millinery, and Trimming Store. No. 19 Caunal treet, New Oriesa, between Bar sady and Impart. A ae assortment of French perfmry and toilet ar tlde for Iem. Dress mam I a superior style at short nottee. Every description of paper patterns for eres. Dremse, baqer aeeks, ea, et sad basted, and R. Eume. Berr, RECEIVING, FORWARDING, -AND OOMMISEION MEROHANT, new Gaburs, Lo. IAberal maiea made an umga ls ias eesr. SCOTT & OCA , 5s C edae siMet, a Wew Oresasu MISCELLANEOUS. The undersigned will re-open his academy for boys on MONDAY. SEPTEMBER 6th, 1P69 The site is most eligible and desirable, being admirably adapted to all the appliances of education; having ample play ground. capacious study halls, excellent class rooms, with fine shady groves surrounding it, and possesinag all the advantages of town and country without being sub ject to their disadvantages. Situated in the geographical centres of the lower Teche, which is noted totr the salubrity of its climate, and the refinement and intelligence of its society, it presents unequalled advan.ages for the establishment of an edusa tional institution which will supply a pressing need, and keep pace with the educational spirit prevailing the South. The undersigned is encouraged by the many flattering encon ums bestowed upon his effobrts hitherto to undertake this enterprise, and confidently solicits the attention of parents and guardians desiring for their children or wards a sound practical education, or prepara tion for entrance into a college or university. The discipline is mild and persuasive, and no interfer ence is permitted in religious matters, but pupils are al lowed to attend such church a- may be designated by the parent or guardian. It is desirable that pupils should enter the school at the opening of the session, and pas in regular gradation through its curriculum, in order that they may enjoy its fall benefits. Pupils boarding with me will receive constant eare and assistance in their studies. They will not be allowed to visit town day or night, nor to contract debts without the consent of the principal. TERMS. For boarding pupils. For each term of five meaths, payable in advance. Board, Tuition and Washing........... ...... 190 00 French---extra .... ...................... .. 500 For Day Scholars. English course, including Natural Philoeophy Latin and Greek.......................-------.........6 00 French--extra...........--------------.... .... 500 For further information address GEO. B. SHEPHERD, Principal. BRICKS AND TILE. The subscribers have a kiln of bricks sad tile at their brick yard above Franklin, of excellent quality, for sale. GRUNDY A BAIRD. Franklin, La., June 30, 1869. Leather and fasdtasgn Saerc. NO. 36 OLD LEVEE ETBRET. New Orleana. La. THE INSPECTION OF THE TRADE AND BUY ers generally, is specially invited to my complete and. comprehensive stock of everything pertaining to the SHOE MANUFACTURING LINE. I keep constantly on hand the best French a-d American calf skins, moroc cos, bindings, toppings, etc., hemlock and oak leather, English serges, webs, elastic gore, binding ribbon, ets. My arrangements in Europe and in this country enable me to offer the greatest advanta`es to the trade. WM. J. SHELDON, No. 36 Old Levee street, Between Bienville and Custom. House streets, New Orleansu an·g7- l dyer's ChArry Pedtoral, For Diseases of the Throat and Lungs, smoh as Coughs. Colds, Whooping Cough, Dronbohtla, Asthma, and Coa. Probably never before in the whole history of medi cine, has anything won so widely and so deeply upon the confdence of mankind, as this excellent remedy for pulmonary complaints. Through a long series of yers and among most of the races of men it has risen igeor and higher in their estimation, as at has become better known. Its uniform character and power to ens the various affections of the lung and throat, have made it known as a reliable protector against them. While adapted to milder forms of disease and to young chl dren, it is at the same time the most efectual remedy that can be given for incipient consumption, and the dar geroa affections of the throat and langs As a provision against sudden attacks of Croup, it should be kept on hand in every family, and indeed as all am sometimes subject to colds and coughs, all should be pre vided aith this antidote for them. Although settled consumption is thought incurable, still great numbers of cases wLere the disease semed settled. have been completely cured, and the patl.nt re stored to sound health by the Cherry PeetoraL 8e eom plete is its mastery over the disorders of the Laps and Throat, that the most obstinate of them yield to it. When nothing else could reach them, mader the Cherry t'ectoral they subside and disappear. Singers and public speakers And great protsetioa from it. Asthma is always relieved and o Lfte wholly uredlby it. Bronchitis is generally cured by taking the Cherry Pectoral in small and frequent doces. So generally are its virtues known that we aed not publish the certificates of them here, or do mre than assure the public that its qualities are full maintemd. AYER'S AG-UE CURE. For Fewer and Age. aterattteat Fewer, Chill Fever, Remoittet Fewer, Dumb Agri, Peroedloal or Bilous Fever, rte.,sad a.a ded all the affeotions whike arise emaa laious, marah, or miasmatic peom s. As its name implies, it does cure, and does not fai. Containing neither arsenic, quinine, bismuth, sihe. nor any other mineral or poisonous sabstamse whatever, it in nowise injures any patient The number andimpor tance of its eures in th age districts, are itally b yond aecount, and we believe without a p I the history of medicine. Our pride is by the a knowledgments we receive of the radical ure eeeted in obstnae cases, and where other remedies hadwholly failed, Unacelimated persons, either resident i, or traveling through miasmatie localities, will be protested by taking the Ague Cure daily. For Liver Complaints, arising from torpidity of the Liver, it is an excellent remedy, stimulatig the Liver into healthy activity. For Bilious Disorders and Liver Complants, it is an excellen remedy, produeiag many truly remarkable cures, whore other medicines had failed. Prepared by DR. J. C. AYER & CO., Pradical and Analytical Chemists, Lowell. ss., and oaid an e d the world Price 81 00 per botle. Dr. J. C. AYTER Ce., Praetleal ChemIsa s, Lowell, rase.- . S. A. Sold at wholesale by E. J. HART & CO., WHEELOCK PINLAY & CO., New Orleans. eet6 .NW fe I *eftfe t NEW 0000OO NEW 00008 The absriber has now eomplete pply ot FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING, and of all goods in his line of bdnaes. He is prepared to do work a usal at fair pries. TERMS CASH. All persons'indebtel btte subscriber will please come forward and pay. up, as e In bad health and is unable to o oat to spend eoletidoae. J. AREL. Franklidn, Oct. 8 '69. 6..A Dr. D. BDy's Palast. ARTIFICIAL LEGS AND ARMS, The Anatomiu l Leg bas .ae motrs at the ankle Die the natural one, and cotalna all the latest hprevemeats It Is resmmended by the best esemo in aAmerie ae being ijperor to all others now in E ach leg GUALANTEED FOR PIVE YEAB8, with perfet satishetion in ttting er no ale. Old stle legs with forward end beck aoto o an the di nt s will be furnished for $100 to S50. Artifcibdallimbof every descrlphe repaire a oshort notice, and on reesoesblo terms. Arms with new patent shoulder motion, givi a life like appearae, with partia ad fell r mesh Send for deescrptive pamphlet, it centains valable in formatin and is sent ee Address Louis Lockwood, S amp, str, .0 L. Oesem A.tte to awiar Plasetere! BONNABEL'S BI-SULPHITE OF LIME. The .ly SUCCE88PUL defecating et ever sd by the sagar pL .e of Lousi. a All other proesses have signally fealed. For sale by I. BOMNABEL No. 3Peters street, between.Cwomhs and Bleville, New otrleas. Also Bonabel's Sugar Llmde Crape and Be Sal phar. ,A inr C ""n Timr 40.000 Bundles On Hand. 80,000 Bandles To An.ve. J. J. McCOMB, the patente and ,na,.nct.' ofthe celebrated Arrow Tie and Sweet's .dl-Famgenn Back" Tie, form l j reient of this city, but n.w oredlng in iverpool, 1l ed barian ebncrol of the mowa e. teethe rollin mill I i s eonstaavy aall r ac. turing the aboveams ed EarnZ the ben quality of En iron, ndnrie own amaulW, and importingth n l q to at teI stantdy inereaing deman for them throughout all the cotton stoles. Factor; county merchants and pLant, sa pereba. maid Tle, in lots to mntt, all dealer. baing staf ap the moat reaeonable terma.a H.T.E ARTLETy 3. W. LATHE mp9-p m Genera] Agents, 124 Cabudajeg urhet, .4 CaC .......c... ...L Cw I The andetggaed respectuly inforrm his Meals and the public. that be has tuke toe No,.71 Cemp street, oppostie the Timme ad Plejuag ge.., fo re purpose of opemlagl srly this Pra. with as eatiroly mow stock of MYEN', YOUTH' AND DUOYV CWOTmm(L, Of fa, medium and Cmrsmoy am ·qebinmll h tbhmeekt s u~p k lgh1CI ~11 mlIPUI~HH GOOD6-.9 ofr~ wM ilk r s" made L m s ansme, ad is wh loo Orda tqr a r~lb. emuaby makr. l~ t ow askbfreak., if tab bybc sea at NowOreans, Jaly sk1i MISCELLANEOUS CARDS. Susardon'R AShipyard. NEW ARRAN(E I[1 ENT. BMARDON & KENNDDY SMARDON'S SHIIPYARD : :L~: b, ,. f and is now prepared for b-:axn- u.,.I, r ... of the subscribers. STEAMERS AND VE.E:1;S Steamers, Vesls , arnm:dl Bloeat'. ancl 1'1 ,t- w:: b,. r, - paired completely at short notie.. FLOATING BRIDG;E Will be built promptly, and .ta:,l .... a ;.ace desired on the Tche. or Attakq.ia< warers. BLINDS. SASII AND DI .ins On hand, and manufactured to order at thb Factory now at the shipyard PLANING MACHINE. Flooring and Ceiling f'lmb,.r dr*s -ed, t'ongued and grooved, at short notice, by steam power. BUILDING AND JOBBING. Building, Plantation Carpenter,' work. Carpenter's Job o ng of all kinds attended to. All orders should be addressedo t t ',;. Fr.nk in I' 0. Fr nM JanRDN & KENNEDY. Franklin, January 1st, int,. ly H. GIBBON. T. . I GibbonU I 'ilsoe, Attorneys and Counselors at La FRANMLIN, LA. Practice in the parishes composing th. Third Judicial District. nov11 B. F. CHAMBERS T. ID. 5 ULK- . Ckas~sbers Sedberry, WHOLESALE GROCERS No. 37 Tchoupitoulas .tre. t. NEW ORLEANS. Horses, Buggies, etc., To Let. The subscribers have lately opened a STABLE at Puckett's old stand, on Main struet, Franklin, where they have Horses and Saddles. Buggies and Double Teams to let at all times, day and night. a!wa;} in gd--.l condition to accommodate the public. Ohl Friends and new, and strangers are invited to give ts a ca' PHIARl & -AXON. Franklin, March 13, 1869. mhl3 tf Fred HW. Smith, Agent for WILCOX GIBBS SEWING IMACHINES, 'anklin, L . aungl1 Feet, WUIban .soa Bowlling, (6FORMERLY PEET, SIMMS & CO..) Importers and Wholesale Dealers in DRY GrOODS, 83 and 95 Magazine s.teei, NEW ORLEANS, LA. octlO-y PAUL J. CHRISTIAN. A:ITHR WV. TYATT. 1 Ckrtst an Ar £7yall. MERCANTILE 8T,:TOIEMS, PLINTERS BLANE BOOS MANUFACTURERS. No. 38 Camp bTrset. Lock Box No. 50*. NZW ORLEANS. All orders for Job Printing, 3lank Books, Rtling, etc.. promptly executed, and at the lovest market .ates. Lawyers' Briefs printed with dispatch. may26 ly . SAMSON. F. . SAo*PSO Swspassw Brothers. (Late C. C. Sampson.) FTURITUI E AND CHAIRS. 33 and 35 Royal 8treet, NEW ORLEANS. Lm~u~ Lbe, ..r. Thebe steamer io is now in complete , _ . order for badness. PIEUX, PICKETS.tUSz t and Sawed LUMBER will be taken any where on ke.. water. at moderate rates. McHugh & Co.'s NEW SAAW MILL on the Teche. within the sne lits of FPrmkln, is now in operation daily. Lumber of a kinds can be furnished at short notice and current Also, three feet board,tweaty.ne inch shingle, clear fsap, a superlor artlule. McHugh & Co.'s NEW CORN MILL, at the same place as the saw Mil is i pmati every SATURDAY. Those who sen eme t9 the ttlt may rely on prompt attention and goc Franklin, La. Nov 30, 1866-ly. Wheeler k 'IP lon's 8HILest Premmam. S leat Feed Se-~a Macin e. 14 C.dal street, New Orl-ans. The manchine are now naiv.rsalnu ackaw"le d to be superior to all others in vansity- and v,' ety AI he sswlg done by them, and also to durabJy of the ma ehimes. The mere fret that the Wvhesr &L Wilson Compn y have maufactured and sold jas four hbn ded theomad of these labor sauing maehes, is cS nclu lve evidence of their superiority over ll comp!icated twgeeele hei-stitch and eo@.wheetl shttle machines. Large asortment of cotton, elk, seedhes, oils, and me chime trimmings of all kinds on hand. PE(:' BROTTIERS. etSOm Sole agents .or Louisiana. Greeeries and Plakery. The mbsereiber has just opened a new GROCER STORE on M A I T T et L , where s beoere forale all articles usually sold in Fnin ca . o " Pot.a., tlrinos, Chee. S dimes, kackerel, Pickles, Coffee, Tea, Sugar. !aola.e- - Vinew rCart Wine, Bourbon Whisky, Pla.t.jion ,St . Jackret BBler, Candies, Soap 1"obacc.Ccal -Also Tim Ware of Various kinds, Matches. Bckets, Brooms Powd,bLLttad Cap. Beots. bhoes, Calico,ete. -Also adka's Bred,Crackers, Pies. Cakes. Candles, Fruite *ete., 1c. VALENTINE SCiWAN. Yrueaakl, NeyjO3, 1867. The CohAsspto ? E Rd'E'S ILUIAuT C@OKL0 G STOE. L. T-e O. NY good cooking and bread baking store g _annteaa red In the United States. The BRILLIANT was awarded the FIRST PRE- at -IUM atr seine trial, in baking bread, a.t every ST. LOUIS FAIR. At the LOUISIANA STATE FAIR. 't, the BRIL. t. LIANT was awarded the GOLD MEDAL. after two pay a~aI tua, in competition with all the led ing e@es inaan tuared on this 4 ontinent. , E BRILLIANT is guaranteed to give entire sat- e and YOUR MONEY REFUNDED IN FULL ;m H. HALLER. 5.le Agent. Sample aadSales room No. 49 Camp eet·4 Newr , ER Sdealer In all kind of cooking and bcts "s res Lis and ja ged lin ware. Are grates ballow ware eb rri ggoods, pl ed are, tl eand I Tin Agsmey of the celebrated Ringer HW'anki letm Walinee'. Patent Grate. * a. Rister, O gliS TIN, COPPER AND SHEET fROe Maim Street. FraaD3' ,18, Seqsoumcantly on bnd $asuplpy Copper and Ti Were at srea.··b.pjca , r" O'Eftsaeiite ad promptly Inpld I Obi Ruaakin, h . 19,1867 lv 1 30s--' ~otl FRY S SNIT'l LI3r eeein ai f.WeelePr I5 eCIud Q~ ' C.) Mu' s 0t" Cleet T ow) °201 o-9