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*arbcuing in 9ontllru Lonisiana.I
FOR JUNE.
Not much can be delo in the garden this
month. Ditches should be kept open, aisles t
scraped and cleaned out, grass and weeds
should be kept down, cabbages wormedL, and
if the Spanish or blister fly invades the gar
den, dry shucks or hay should be thrown
down near them, the flock driven into the
litter, using a handful of bushes in driving
them along, and then the hay should be
burned; or, if a bright fire is built close by
their feeeding ground on gdark night. they
will fly to it anid he burned up.
Pole beans may be planidtl for a second
.rop; also, sweet c..r' f. r roasting ears.1
Tomato and okra .-e,d may still be planted;
also squash, cucumber, melons, p.pper, cel- i
ery and cabbage. Ont the, full moon of thbis
month plant cabbage .-seedis on d. ep. rich,
moist soil, for tie fi!: garhd.n. Plant cow
pease and lady pease.
June is usually a dry i:,intmh. antd if the
garden is not in goodI cmditio: and well
worked, young plants may .ufl;'r, and :ome
of them may become womitll ss. Every plart
of the garden should be daily inspected, an:d
the hoe should he actively engaged in dý -
stroying weeds a.mi keepling tlhe surfi ce
mellow.
Cabbages art v, ry aolli tlnut in, fall "andl
winter gardens, but mlost leopile do nmt suc
ceed in getting good plants till September.
It requires great care and attention and a
peoaliar kind of soil to proluceo good cab
bage plants in the summer month's. Some
old gardeners in this country take the mud
from the bottom of the nearest bayou for
this purpose; others take swamp muck;
others take rotted turf mixed with old ma
nure. When the sun is too hot it is well to
shade the plant bed half of the day, and
sprinkle it at sundown.
For the sowing of cabbage seed in this,
up to the middle of next month, Creole seed
is preferable to Northern or imported seed.
When the seeds have been raised from good
drumhead or any other late cabbage, they
will make good heads, and plants are easier
to raise and succeed better during thle hot
weather than Northern seeds. All the large
fields of cabbage raised near Jefferson Sta- 1
tion, on the line of Morgan's Railroad, for
: the New Orleans market, are raised from
Creole seed. But it is useless to sow Creole
cabbage seed after the middle of next month,
as the pleats will shoot into seed earlier than e
those pbtained from seed grown in the North,
and coseqoe.dlly would have no time to
form heads. Wood ashes sprinkled on the (
plants in the morning, as long as the dew is e
on them, will keep the insects off. A little
black beetle, called the ground flea, is far i
more destructive to the young plants of cab- s
bags and other plants of the crasica tribe,
than the hot sun. r
White, solid celery should' be sown this s
and maxt month, so as to have plants early
in fall for setting out. After the seeds have
been sown, it is best to cover the bed with s
green moss, till the seeds commence to
sprout, which will be. if the ground is kept
moist, in eight to ten days after towing; It
then remove the moss, and shade the bed ol
from the hot stln, and sprinkle the young
plants every evening with water, daring dry tt
weather, but not toe much so, else the young V
lants will damp off. When the plants are li
about four inobhes high, transplant them into
another bed, from three to four inehes apart:
horte the roots, and cut off an inch or so
from the top ef the plants the same time.
Keep the plants well shaded, till they have I
taken good roots, and let them remasi there oa
till they are strong enough to be planted out mh
in the trench prepared for them in the fol.
lowinag manner: If the good ground is not
very l9iep, throw the rich surface rail to in
eon side, ad then dig out nem spade deep va
sad throw to the other side; after, throw the an
urface sell back again into te tremels, and
malls with some well rotten manure or com- tW
poeat. For ce row of oelery, the trench
ought to be from twelve to bfteen inches
'wide, bet btl makling a trench two and a hLif af
fet wide, to hold thre rows o eslery,
m n sdttbher will be saved;: 1te at,
lseld stand about six inahes one 'n ad u -
Mesam theim other, by three rows, sad a foot p,
apart, by the alsngle row ia the trench. ca
Als the plants grow, work in the earth be- b
tweam ,m bpeep till the plas ,se a
luageensegto he fit for the table. A
warelag vm saep s6Ae every tes Gays, or
derig t time the 055l ars growing will to
-- . benek el. We tw aome celery ,
seesse t alnad lA Attakapas 'f
and . Orl s where it was soMid -
aowla s ged tiill tpwregeet beds
as tody onld wish t. . b .
I- _. ,,,ia ti, to Pregene bede f1 r
eabbges L is. l dpIato dig holes a
feet gars san. sp, and t hlem
with emoe.- swemp w or the mad f hee
thesateremefthesbsy . Plaut seeds ha
sash E thup, or tuniplama when ulmtsj
T ml ' table shows the proper d
or ketween Mile ar p a I the row:
rows. plat
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VIes. 1Praiit Trees alw. .rL. belry.
Continue to cut the water aproots from
the roots of fruit trees, and also rub all
sprouts from the bodies and lower parts ef
i the leading branches. Keep the grass from
around the fruit trees, pe.cth WTes in par
ticular.
Grafts should be occasiouaUy qut back
one-half or more of the growth of the sea
son, t.ketp thena from becoming top heavy.
Trheygrow wild and ill shaped unless clipped
Iack occasionally.
Grape vines. where the new growth shoots
off at random, should be tied up to keep the
winds from brushing them. The dry shuck
of the banane, stripped into strings. is go-d
for thispurpos..
Council Bluffs sports a fire coilpanv of
young ladies.
A lady in Burlington., lowa. htans pr
gressed so far in woman's rights that she
goes reg l;ily totthe harhe's to get shaved.
Jcuuy bind is in .-such einbarrassed cir- I
oumstances tha:t o, IS'roposes to give -=ln
ing lessns in PIaris.
Mrs. Elizabeth Stanton say ' " -he wV 't
go to hleaven disfra:.lised." Moro's the
pity for Elizabeth, but we can't help con
gratulating the disfranchised.
A resident at Kansas writes to it,'l:diung
migrants that they must'expect to have six
months shaking with the ugue to begin with-,
after which they will be healthy.
"A man can't help what's done behind
his back," a= the sca.up said whein he was
kicked out of doors.
Iln addition to other comforts of a hou:e,
Mr. Pullman has attached to his palace cars
on the Pacific railroad a permanent chap
lain.
The Emperor of Russia is going to live in
1 a modest way this summer while residing at
r Ems--his hotel only comprises eighty apart
ments.
A little girl in Buffalo wanted to know if
fleas were white. Being asked why she
I made the inquiry, she answered: "Cauth
untie told me Mary had a little lamb with
'fleas' as white as snow."
i Elizabeth Cady Stanton lectured to wo
men og the 17th inst., at New York, on the
McFarland case. She urged the women to
petition for a modification of the divorce
| laws to allow women to obtain a divorce for
one year's ill-treatment.
The number of Fenians at St. Albans is
estimated at from 1500 to 1800. Col. Mosby,
the noted ex-Confe.derato officer, is there.
organizing aforce of cavalry. The Fenian
plan is said to be to send out small bodies of
cavalry to harrass the border.
"None but the brave deserve the fair,"
atd none but the brave can' live with some
of them.
One of the sons of the late Emperor ,f
China is said to be a beggar on the streets
of San Francisco.
Queen Victoria is bitterly opposed to fe
male suffrage, much to the disgust of the
strong minded women of England.
At the celebration in Washington of the
ratification of the fifteenth amendment, the
statue of the Goddess of Liberty was painted
as black as the ace of spades.
Louis Napoleon is said to be suffering
severely from rheumatism in his hips. He
is very feeble.
The Indian tribes in the territory of Mon
tana, are waging what threatens to be a war
of extermination against each other.
The notorious Dr. Thomas Bayne, who
thanked God at a public meeting in Norfolk,
Vs., for the great calamity at Richmond.
has been nominated by the ultra Radical
Convention of Norfolk for the ofbi.e of Com
missioner of the Revenue.
A little four year old girl in Springfield,
Ohio, on a recent evening was watching the
setting sun, which, on the evening in ques
tion, was of peculiar brilliancy, when she
called out in ecstacy and wonder, ""Oh,
mamma, mamma ! come quick-sce, God's
house is on fire !"
There is a solid bed of salt twenty miles
in length anditwelve mites in width, in Ne
vada. In summer it has the appearance of
an immense pae of glass.
North Carolina has another pairof Siamese
twim.' These are eelored boye joined- to
geter after the manner of Eag and Chang.
They were born in Columbas county, are in
good healb, and are intelligent 'They are
about eighteen years old.
The Jeung colored gentlemen who have
consenlte to be offered as candidates for ad
mission at West Point. generously waive all
predjudice against mingling with white
cadets, and yield their rights to insist upon
black professors. Mr. Sumner will lcok
after their graveyard privileges.
Boston Post.
"How is your wife to-day?" said a friend
to a Frened gestiema. "Oh ! moebe de
sea," said be, "athis no bahsr, and I am
'fraid er lile weam. If she ie Iom to die.
I wlh she woelddoit ss. I feel so un
happy-my mind is so mochae asetttled.
dshe die I shall not be so much dissatis
I lrank was in the habit f iling out of'
, bad. and his, father, to break him of the
habit, would reuded him of it the next more
Yesterday, as sual, hie father said to
"fHere. Frank. yafell out of bed
S"Oh, no. fa. r," said Frank, "it
wis the pilow, fur I went up to see and the
pillow was on the foor beside the bed."
- What made you cry then," said the
*oh weer waesiark, and I enalda't
SteUllIitaor it was me or the pillow."
At a recast charchb eeting in New Al
bany a ma sose to give his eap rieriee,
meaced b saytn .I fel- el-I fell,"
and here broke own completely. Every
fae was turned toward the speaker. Whis
pers throughout the assembly, "like a morn
tim star," "shoo By don't budder inel.
4hssae.At.d ai rashead." ebs. y th
time the speakes oeak wvet a.and the
aedience resamed its devotional frame of
mertl ddisdpli.. whenever his wires ase
tol peaoe teo ay" for him, "by
te.ag them.that 1e will go to heaves dmee.
rather then have o selpt d ha i d
-road Msm. This Mletates the. ame l
I1m..
I - ---r·
A. Irishamaa,'hdeig a little toddled, a1e
asked whatwan his religious bele "Is 1t
as mhyr yea'd be akin' about? It's the
Iqass as the Wikldyj Bady. I owe her i
twelve s.Iims for whiskey, and she belares
Ij sre pie rfrr a' faitb arttra me bea. !
tee. - " -
A cockneytueruud met a fattish. feir
~e Is this pstgo hasofsted l"- 'Part
es'em do, and iSe tbi L 9~ s 'ý lnd their
owa busiaees," wallthe Mth.t -ultting re
MISC LLANEOUS CARDS.
IN DRY GOODS .\AND FANCY ARTICES.
ST. PHILIP STORE,
Near the French Market, 210 Royal street, corner St.
Philip, New Orleans.
II. A. CHI A PELLA.
Dealer in
DRY Csroons6, HaýTs,
AND FANCY ARTICLES.
\'1' _\I A CTION P (I('ES.
fold 4,1
IS. T. °.'Wshe,
IMPORTER AND-DEALER
M1EN'S FURNISHING; GOODS,.
AYD
BOY.' ANDI) ('llILD I.:N's ('IOTHIING(
N ,. 110 IA.N ,t. ,IRt ::1l'.
Stl Nw Orleana.
IIay(ly 'J Jtrol iltella ,
!LIA OR COR. MI.TTI..
AND FEED STORE,
,.ao r th:' I:i ilr:r l.q lt,'l ,t .Xigierý.
h,1 " . tei tly '.: h:isl, U . i-;rouno, Ir' , Mi.al,
trit'-' iolin. Floa r. lice,. Il',. 'orn, Oats. Bran,,
(Cr-k, i ('rn,i . '- . I ,r . .tt-, a , (' or ,ild C(oi
(trout ta l a l 1rorkel t,.ra1 r.
(Orir- f,,r larn. anlI -inall q:I :titite.. -,,litied.
N 'atIr ('oolrr., LightINing Rtods?
Havitg tmade arrangements for an ample supply of
w.lt.r o-tlihrr the ,lling year. I am prepared to place
the=- c..,olr- by cisterns, putting the fountain under
grlound at any required depth, No ice water is needed
where these cisterns are noll, The cost of cool water
yearly, to any one who has a cistern, will not he #5, in
using these coolers. The charge will be modorate.
I am aliopreparsed to set up Ilghtning rmods at short, no
tice, and at moderate rates. JESSE T. tALtWI)WIN.
Centrerille. La., Feb. 9-1y.
Travellers pa-sing throngh Vermilionville are inform
ed that I keep a Livery Stable at this place, where horses
arc well cared for. I keep horses to let, and strangers
hunting lands, can obtain conveyance to any part of the
f parish, or to any .ef the neighboring villages, at reasona
ble rates
J. IIEBERT, Jo.
V ermilionville, Aug. i2, liit.--)yr
Franklint Semnnary.
The Rev. Mr. Clegg having closed his labors as princi
pal of the Franklin Seminary, and Miss Mary Anderson
having accepted the position as his successor in the
management of this school, she desires to state to the
1 public that the first session of this school 'tuder her
charge will commence on
MONDAY, the 7th of February.
Site is prepared to receive pupils on the same terms as
charged by her predecessor, the Rev. Mr. Clegg.
Board can be obtained in good families at 815 dollars a
month, exclusive of lights and washing.
Terms of tuition, payable in advance, per session of five
months, as follorm:
Elementary Branches.......-.....................S- 00
Higher Branches............................--.... -- 00
French and Music ...................... ...... extra*
The best of assistants will be employed as the increase
of the aeboo may demandtt.
Franklin, Feb. 2, lfiO. tf
pIEDMONT AND ArIJNGTOM
Life Insurtance Comspany.
HOME OFFICE, RICHMOND. VIRGINIA.
Capitld Assets and Investments ............1,700,000
Policies issued in a little over two yearsp . ..... . 10,000
W. C. CARRINGTON, Richmond............Presidsnt.
JOHN E. EDWARDS. -- ......Vie P ient.
DANIEL I. HATSOOK... ...........Secretary.
Dr. C. II. PERRONE...... .........Medical Adviser.
Dr. CHARLES H. SMITII...........
I). P. FA('KLER................... .....Actuary.
Directors.
W. It. Is.ces, D. H. Maury, John Enders,
W. C. Carrington, D. I Hartsook, J. I, Hopkins,
J. E. Edwards, W. H. anlmaer, W. C. Taylor.
A. V. Stokes, C. IL Perrone, J. C. Williams,
George S. Palmer.
(All of Rabhmond, Virginia)
New Orleans Branch Once.
President....... .................. D. H. MAURY
Vice President .................0. T. BEAURFOARD.
Secretary ..............FORRESTIER DOLHONDE
Directors.
A, M. Portier. T. L. Macon, G. (. Garner.
T. M. Simmons, . C. Deats, Lonis Barnett,
T. S. Barton, Braxton Bragg, W, M. Randolph,
H. I. Holeombe, Edward Ntlle, D. H. Wison,
F. I/lbhonde. Dab. H. Nanry, (:. T. lBeanregard.
Attorney......... ..................ROBERT PUII.
Medical Examiners.................PIM and SCOTT.
General State Agent........DABNEY H. MAURY.
Solicitor, N. FONTAIN, FrankliM La febW
lyera COigstrtef Pens.
For all the Purposes of a Laxative Medi
diat'.
Perhaps no one medicine is so universally required by
everybody as a cathartic, nor was ever any before so
universally adopted into ae, in every country and among
all classes, as this mild but efficient purgative pilL The
obvious reason is, that t is a more reliable and far
more effectual remedy than any other. Those who have
tried it, know that it cared them; those who have not
know that it cares their neighbors and friends, and all
know that what It does sae it does always-that it
never fails through any fault or neglectof its composltoio
We have thousands apon thousauds of certideates of their
remprkable ca. s of the following complaiats, but sech
cures are known is every neighborhood, and we need not
publish them. Adapted to all ages and conditions in all
climates; coNta.ialr neither calomel or any deleterloas
drug, they may be taken wik sahty by anybody. Their
sugars eetiag peserves them ever fresh and makes them
pleamst to take, wleinelar purey vegetable no harm
can amice sm their ae i say quatily.
They epate by t eir powerful lalneee on the inter
nal isra to pr tb blood sad stimulate it into
healthy aeti-e-remove the obstructions of the stomach,
bowels, liver and othbermrga ofthe body, restorlagthetr
Irregular actkls to health, and by correcting, wherever
they eist, such derageents are the irst origia of
Minute directioes are give In te wrapper oa the bor
for the following complaints, which these pills rapidly
For Dynpeeiao od , Litln n
. Lao m. Los o o ppstft, th ta id hb
ken moderately to s the stomach, sad a rtere its
Ihealthy toee and action.
PFor Liver Qsyama$, and it' various symptoms,
_ilioma E daoho, nchk Headache, JaunMio,
or O.re ssoness, Milion s Coile and is Ias
vee, they sbold be d ouy take for each ese
to eorreet the diseased action, or remove the obstructions
whish erse It.
For DFaa.tery or Diarrho a, but one mild dose is
p serally reuired.
SFr b t ,Gout, Gravel Palpitagem
of the esart, Pain in the aide, Deck ad leAs,
they should be ctinosly taken,as required, to ehage
the efect ofa drastic purge.
For aprl.sam . s hlge dums sbold be taken, as it
produces the desired effect by sympathy.
Asadimmerppill, take one or twopills to promote diges
tieu and relieve the stomach.
An oasioal dose stsulates the stomoch and bowel,
into healthy action, restovrethe appetite, ad invigorates
the system. Hence it is often advantageous where no
serio dosngeaet exists. One who faets eramhly welt
often Lads that a dose of these pills make him feel de
eldedly better, from their cleausing aad renovating ehet
ea thdigestive apparatus.
Dr. J. C. ATER Co., Praeeteal Chemtsts,
I.ewell, Mass.* U.S. A.
Sold at wholesaleby S. J. HART & CO., WHEELOCK
PINLAY & CO., Xew Orleans oct6
I.. Rn sn oss. 0. CARTI.. JOe. MURPHHT.
Late with Stevens & ieymour.
L. R. miseusu k Co.
STATIONERS AND PRINTERS.
.IIAE KSWI EMAWFACTuagas.
NO. ri CiIW STTNia, M.wF OSLEAXS.
Having a complete printing office e oar own, we have
o sl mciltis he . ong every doctieaeefJob
We arep r to make, at sort aenie, Cotton
B.- ks.- lsks, nad all Blaak Books asad Il an
ilase, wIth rwihosea primed hosesa Puarteular at
eteton is given to the man eta of Court Records
Sa afi egal a Btanks a. n adine g ardors for
Besks wsiek have to ho made to nder, please he prtnic
lar ati" aewuactopy of what is wnted, vim
lbs he a , if ay. the namter o pages, and the ex
act hegth and width. By dslgm, n . iakes will te
rte on our pat, as we wm ane atrsily to Pear or
We also hear a m lulr asetmes of statineary a1
ways en hand as sul tits semery bae. se Iy
NEW ORLEANS CARDS.
Softher" .!icwfe Meoe.
-. P. wTsE=Eaýs]IrT
O Daronne St. New Oarlams.
G.6i 11 Ut IH:
UNRIV.ALLED PIAN.O
Manufactured by
MARSCHALL &, MITTAUER,
DUNHIIAI & HALE.
ORGANS AND MELODEONS,
S.oeCi.rl,gld mel.d (('huttrch, S.chool and P'arer.)
Manutfactur ed, by
CAItHAIt1I & NEEDHAM.
A large and complete ,tot k at Manufacturers prices,
and guaranteed for .ix year, Catalogues ad prike
lists furnished by mail on application.
WIIOLESALE ANDt RETAIL DEALER IN
Mudac, Instruction Bonks, Bras.- letrs
ments, Voilins, Guitars, PiSnias,
Strings, and all Kinds of
Musiral Mleckasndise.
Agent for Boosey t Co.'s London Cheap ean
Standard Fifty Cent Music. Second
Hrand Pianos at very low
Prices.
lPrompt attention to orders frou the couutry.
Entire Satisfiction Gan rantee d.
Music Books and Italian Strings,
Mailei pot lpaid on receipt of retail price
LIBERAL TERMS TI) DEALERS. TEACIF.RS
jel'2-IV AND SCHOOLS.
E. Ieartla;
Dealers in
UPIOLSTERERS' MATERIALL,
WALL PAPER AND CURTAIN GOOD
NO. 99 CAMP STREII T,
sel9-ly New Orleans.
E. J. HART, B. B. HART
E. J. Hartk Gy.,
WVHOLESALE DEALERS,
Imperters al Cemmslei.a Merchanut I
Oroeeries and Drags.
We keep constantly on hand, Sugar, Coee, Ta,
Spices, Liquors, Segars, Tobacco. Provisions and aBl
descriptions of OGseeries, Dengs. CheMaela. 17. tnE,
Paints, Oils. Varnishes, Window (lass, and Patent
WMo. 13, 76, A 77 Tehoupliteau it.,
Sje161y New Orleans, La.
.eaw-te .Wa cartAp C O.
COTTO.
-A iD
AGENTS FOR THE NITRODUCTION
-or
SCOTCH LABORERS.
No.. 84 Commerce & 32 Front St.
ded"en obl., Ala.
H. OIBonBOt . . nJeJl.al
-TTORNEYB AT LA.W
rNANxL LLA.
Ofce Opposite the Court Heum..
mar9-tf
.W sdea de Parts.
The latest style, of trimmed and plain patterns fo
idieepid chldea may be obtained of
(late di the Mastso Fr.anse, Drodways N. Y.)
at her present residence, Second street. Franklin.
Dress. mde, sad hats tatefully trimmed.
Jd.atms, Maenuer # ow.,
COTTON FA'QTOQ
A CD
COMMISSION I..RO AN TrS,
MANUFACTURB.I OW
Cetton sad Woolem Goods, COttn Tar-..,
o.t. se., urrb ,Hi.ma
Woa 140 Vii ,rS ... I
set-Ty NEW OULEANS.
.rotue ,
I will be in Franklin from the 16th to NiOth May incrte
rve. for the pUrpose of callectag the taxes dme the U. 8.
Government. Al taxes remalains napala on the 9Oth
will be eeollected with pInaltyad ots.
A. A. MILLINJK, Deputy Colk ter.
Oese at OlNeill's Heat
e tEe PsM e !c
I sall farnish ire this season at Mew Odeams sen
hoae rates. Ordets for any aaeunt 111.d pttaseeui M
left the r of the Warren 1ls., Sr li AL .
nres. y. request the patronage oefta As.
Rayon Terhe. H. i. lRAYI.lMT
my4 tf Condaetor Morgans IA. & Texas
efMdersies'e
PHOTOGRAPHIC GALLERY,
NO. 183 CANAL STREET,
NEW ORLEANS.
tWher will be feud every Atyle of P.btigrap, kn wn
to ad art.
Cop gSiOIL mmd Watr Colors, d the Mew P~e
ar,_M MUN PEAL which eamnutbe hewpaem-d far
IBleatty ai Irahtty. ap
tMISCELLANEOUS CARDS
GCUNS, RIFLES AND PISTOLS,
AT V'ER'- LOW- PRI('I,':..
500 Doabbarrel SUHOT (1t.1$, at Ilf each: Ži51
Double.barrel SHOT GUNS, at ,l^. .., nd cls acIhi:
'100 Rides, at 615 and lt0, 100 REVO(LVERS. at !"
each. Also iardware and natlery. For sale by
S. B. CHIRCHILL 1. I:RO.
Ito.1 Tebonpttolats stlnet, witwen Poydtras and l.a
kLyette streets. . de' 6im.
J Wue. DAVIS,
REAL . ATE IIROI. EIU,
S-5 ST. CHARLES STREET. MlASOlNIt' HlAtl.
New Oleaas. La.
kPromplt attention git.n to buying. -,llitg anl haiitln
of Real estate; Paying of taee. Collecting Rent,1. :t e,
Especial care given to the. pnr.hane, sale ant Iasin. of
Plantatioas. Farms, and ,ther country pr,,l'rty.
dee5 lvyr.
_.--'-JmLLIL.qma' . i
The .i ear Firm,
PEst.RE*P~ a2ERIEr1
JAVIN;a JtST RIEClEVIt:I AND OPENED A
lI very large. a-,ortment of Drugs. Patent Medicin,..
and fancy gmods, bought for CARI. . aw selelted with
mucbh Eqre, are now ready to till ordt.er from planters,
-onsutry merchants and phyeiclams at mnuch rednced
praces. Thanking their friends and ru.toaaers for .ast
Svors, they ak for a continuaxce of their patronage, bt
Bevtlg t the lterest of the public to reamine their stock
before prtfasing elsewhere.
(ItAlRDEN SIE 1It
We lhave a foull suppl, of setd. iuost rec"ei,."d, antI guar
.teed fresh. For sale by PEflIRET & FRERE.
IIOPS ! HOPS!
A bale of Fresh loeps, ist received, and for sale by
PERRET & FRERE.
PAINTS! PAINTS'
IPre White lead, and wnow white zinc, )'eltow., blues,
greens, browns, blacks, and all other paints for sale by
PERRET & FRERE.
01LS ! O1l.S !
Oliveoil, Castor oil, Neatsfeot oil, .in-eedl oil, Coal oil,
and many others, for sale by
1'ERRE & FRERE.
NEW ARRIVALS.
We have just received and offer for sale, a new and
well selected supply of fancy groceries, consisting in can
huits, plekles, jellies, preserves, condensed milk, etc , etc.
Also, freash cheese, bGoshen butter. English crackers.
resh cod osh and herrings,rice; sugars, pickled beef etc.,
call and examine for yonrself.
I tRtRET & FEE IE.
PERFUMERY.
Our assortment of Perfumery is not surpassed by any
laouse out of New Orleans, and composes Labin', extracts,
pomades, and seaps, Basini soaps, creams and cosmetics,
Wright's lustrales, powders and pastes, colognes, toilet
vinegars, Sachets, My whites, and pertlmed balls from
the I-st manufactories, etc., etc.
PERRET & FRERE.
BRUSHES.
We offelr the largest stock of brushes ever brought be
fore to this town. Twenty different kinds of tooth brush.
-,vartlosbatr and Iail brushes. shaving brushes, cloth
brashes, lesh brushes and gloves.
aERRET & PRERE.
CU'rLEIRY.
Roers. Wade & Butchers Mappiu's Hilsallavwk
worn's Ellion & Co.'s, Monumental Works Cutlery.
oet kives, pen knives, seissors, razors, hnatisng
nives, pruning knives, etc., etc.
PERRET & FREIIE.
COMBS.
Dewsg eeb, Inae tooth combs, tuck combs, romut:
esmbs, pocket combs, mustalke cosbs and side combs.
Powder boxes, porcelain, pewter, China, glass antd
paper, gilt and plan, with or withoet puffs, and at alt
prices. PERRET & FRERE.
STATIONERY.
Record paper, foolscap, letter paper, lady's bath, co.n
I ltread note, billet paper, legal cop, bill cap, fineit note
am and mraing papar.
alppes of assorted olors, shapes and sizes. Large
eeblt evvelepes, white and buff.
Blank books of all sises, memorandums, poeket diaries,
tiae books, indexes, writing desks, placing eards, pencils,
peas, hlders , nks, copy books, bill books, bill fles,
paeket books, bjll claos. crayons, sate and slate peacils,
at greatly redeued prices. Jost received; and for sale by
PElRRE & FIREIE.
TOA('CC'O
Chewing tobarce, 'moking tobacco, mnftt cigars. Ipie..
eigarettes, and eigar.tto papers. just received and for sale
hI PEnRET & 'rnn.: .
IIAIE YOU MUTSI' IN Y(O.t
Call at Perrert & Frere's and get either a vhilin, a
gultd,a baajo, a tamborine, a lnte. a fife, an aceordeon,
or a flata, all of which are sold at the lowest market
Thin you any get a full supply of violin strings,
tar and batjo strings; also, extra violin bows andi
ebrldes, serews, aprous, pegs. etc.
PERRET & PRERE.
WINES AND LIQUORS.
to.tatisg in claret, seanterms, port wine, Madeira,
aheer, gia, ehewy bemdy, cogaue, whisky, Mbebhdam
sehobapps, all sold for medeeinal purposes and guaranteed
strlety pure, and of the best brands.
PERRET & FREERE.
MEDECINAL BITTERS.
liostetter's Red Jacket, Harte's, Garry Owen, Hoof
land's and many others, all genuine, and for sale by
P}IRRET k& IERE.
SCIIOOL .BOOKS.
National Readers. jeGuntey's Readers, Tower's Read-.
era, Holmes' Read, n er seriesDaies, Rays,
Porkins Arithmeties, etc., Cornell's, Monteith'a Geogra
phies, 8peakers, Histerles, Spellers, Phrases, and others i
Ito numerous to mention, for sale by
meb6d ly PERRET & FRERE.
LnNiUr, LUSWer.
The steamer Aeu is now in complete
order for business. PIiUX, PIC.ETS.
andSawed LUMBER will be taken any where on se
waters at moderate rates.
Mcugsh & k?'o.'s
NENVi RAW N4'. t Tech.. wiatna the nuppe
maltt o$ Prdklta, Is now tn operation daily. Lumber
of all klands can be furnished at short notice and eur ent
pr-s. -
Also, three febdiardl,twenty4ae Inch ehinhle. clear
f sap, a superior article.
"ig MeM.Iib &a Co.'s
NH. l.I MILL, at the same place as the Saw Mil
is in operation every SATURDAY. Those who send
mn to the mill may rely on prompt attention and good
Fire Brick.
2O.4MIie Nibby M WALKER.
Franklis, May 30, 1870.
ThMias M W'e *fusms,
CIVIL ENGINEER AND SURVEYOR.
- causUlIst 's
SEAMLESS EVAORATOR.'
Petecd Jssy fsen 1ees, sae August, 11.1.
S PR IMICE LIIST.
THOS. SCANTLIN & SON,
. reU a' - 8vaunllh, 1l.
SPLOUSAI HOTL.I,
(Opposite the Court Noese, Opelnmess LoniLiana.
Kept by
-WM.. M._ JOIN SSTON.
Table asgood as the market afdbrds; eerommodation.
I excellent, and pioes moderate.
A livery stable is attaehed to this establiehment.
ONE DOSE OF
Dr. a.eJaesberr et's
vnsr AND AGUE ANTIDOTE
LWAWU sTIOr THE CHaILLs.
This medicine ha. been before the public fteen ycar.
and is still ahead of kbws remedies. It does
not purge, does not . the stomach, is perfectly safe
I. any dose ta auder bit circumstanee., aml is the only
medieime taM will
CURE IMiLEDIATELY
and permaeltly every frm of Fever and Agne, be,.:ic.e
tSis apurlut ANTIDOTE TO MALAIA.\.
Sold by all dh.egi.4st
ftrb"J lyr.
MISCELLANEOUS
--... -- ""
The underaigned will re..,,, n h-. ,. ,. ,. f",. i,,:.
ol, MONDAY, SEPTEMIEIGt. hl.. 'I .:..
moat eligible sad deirahle, h,.ing ;.1;r..- ... ,
all the appliancea of e.oeati.n:
grounds, capacionaus study I aiplt., , ., ., r .,;
with Inc shady oerrooe ar'on dlin·g itt t:l.l aii:,-n l
the ala'antng'.o ti twf ont l.,-ltr.
ject to their disadovantnoage
Siluatedt in th.. e egc rat~l'l,,l ..,· :, " " ., ,r
Teh.', which i. not.,t to h. aalh:ita t i'. ,":. . - nnrt
the refinement ant ilotellig.icne .fit. +-,,-t. it Ir-..A.t
unequalled advanage.. f,,r t h ,.".t , .a . .,., .
tional inatitpti.n which wil ppl- : pre .ilng tt an:
keep lace with the d.,lat,,::a -iit ;
South. Thlie llerigned is m.eoen tgerl h." the Ioa:a
fatterig enco,tnllls be-towed .lL ti - helt t 'rt.
to undertake this enterpri0a. and eonlltlent', v ., :i.it the
attention of parent ant Ittardtanot ohir.a for th.ir
children or ward, a aw nd pr.acticd ,d: a"a..n r i ,"r'.ar,
lion ipr entranee into a college or olnive.r.ito.
The di-cilelite it mild an~l t+ercu:,-i. +.:talt t:. ' :f""r
nrei is permitted in religion t mattrr, ,' h l:!ill ar a
l ow dl to attend ,.n h chnr· - . th. . ,-i l .,.
the lup rent or gnarliano. It 1. .' a,, :h..tt n.,..: . .
enter the ,.ehiol at the ,peuing ,f tL. - --i.: ..a"1 ". -u
regular gradation throngh it< cltrrielnln. al I r r th .,
they may tnjty ict falo l benrtit.. Pupt!-. b.onrh,; h lti.'
me will rictiv' c con-tlllt clr. n .t--i-.,.ll,. i: !.il"
<tudie.. lTh'ly nill notr Ie llt.wlf, l to vAl ton at" ~Iro
night, u.' ' to t ntract . .. . '.r t ," .t
principal.
F.,r I,.,.,r.Las g 1",i i.- l',,r .:.e'. ,"rc ..f ,i, .. :,..riT]:
p:atld, in a :,cl . ,
lt. ard. Tuitin anl W a ing .... ...... .
Frllench-,"rrn ............ .... ....... ,,
For Day ~ehiolars.
Engliih cour-., inchtlinig Natauri. l'iil.,-o'1hy
Latin and Greek . ...................
Frenech---e-xtra-.....--- .. . ..,
l'.r further inftnratin al I.--r
1;:O0. It. Nt~l'Pl'lt:llll. 1'riu,';:t~!.
ATLAS MUTUAL
LIFE I.S.r& .1 CE CO..lIp. I.i"
)lF S'T. ],Ol It, 1IO.
Ar3* ": I iTs _11R 1' I:,oo000,ooth i
Dividends Applied Annually. on the Contri
bution Plan.
OFPICERS:
CIIAI.lS A.. .MIANTZ. Pr--h,."ut
JAMES IIARlllloSUN. Vi,., 1'r idttat
J. It. 1IACBETii. Serretary,
P. C. lti'CKIy.\. Ion1't a-nt .
WILI.IAM SIIELD,. Audit.,r
Wei. VA.NZ.\NDT (',lusltin I'hy.,.i.t
I. 1.. S'EED1)MAN. Exatiaing 'l-i i.t,.
Beard at Directors.
Charles A. Manta, Jamui llarrii,
Ecrastus Wtlls, J.clsph U Nq'il.
George Knapp. . Satnm.el Will.
James E. Yeatmai n Tru'.Ct olk,
iWm. Vanzandt, Gearg, R. Tav.r
O. P'. Saylor, <-.et Ii. Sturt-rga,
P. ('. tinu kiey.
LOUISIANA AGENCY.
O5ce 114 Common Street, Corner of Camp.
NEWV ;ORLEANt-t.
Local Board of Directors.
.1. L. Armstrong, Ii. T. lalth tr.t
W. A. Shbolehire, It. (. l'unlet
T. II. itiginbotbam, W. S. .Mout,
S. B. Newman, .t It. Keinnrd.
A. II. Peale, A. C. Wangh.
[. 1. ,4 v
S. It. NEWM.\A -- ............I'Pr,',idnt.
W. S. MOUNT.................. ...ice President.
. IIEAIMINT.................... Serlary.
JOHIIN I V. PEVI, ,iiGniral Agent.
WM. F. IIAIFLEIIfl Stat' Agent.
LINS(,'OT "I' GILMOIIE,
Agent" forth, parishes of Iberia. St. JMrtin. l.afayett,
land Vermnilion.
iT .,5 t'OM31P.ANY DERIVES NJ, ItENI:FIT FII:OI
the mistortlnes of its pollev hohl ra. as its poltcies
are all non-tnrfeitable after one year', pretliuuts hbae
been paid.
A policy i'sned hv thi. eolllllv may lie kept in force
by the anmount of the "l'retiunnle.,r-.t. 'at its c reit,and
will not lapse until this reserved part of the premiums
paid has become exhanste:l.
The term during which a ,policy will be kept in force
by the "Premium RIleoere," valries with the age of the
party insunrel and the onntmhr of prenliums paid.
" At the age of 310, the "termns is 3t'1 days longer thaLn the
Syear for which the insnrcd had pail. At the age of :1,.
two years" premiums paid, the "ter" is ottoe year and
31J1 days longer than the two year, for which the is
.ured supposed th. had pail, tbhus two premiums would
make the whole time of the policy inearly fur years.
Jjlttnf le temwran v inearan-s. a ,'sety ran !,a f!rlly
denstaeth y ,.ying tie defierr'll lreaiun-, and it case
of death during tlhe "term." the whole anuount of claiml
would be paid, deducting in the oettl I n-elt the amount of
Inpaid premiums due the Ceomill..-: tog. thlr witith six per
cent. astled thereto.
Its Policies have a fixeld nrrenlllr vallle, the w :atll en
dorsed thereon, making them in fact a bank note on the
comopany for the amount.
Its Policies issued on the Five, Ten. Fifteen :nd Twen
ty payment plans are, noa-forfeitable, after the irst
years' premium has been paid, alid not as in most corn.
panies, requiring two years prenmiium to make them
aou-f6rfeitabhte.
Its Polities combine the advantages offered by all
ither companies, without any of their objectionable fea
tards.
All of the popular styles of policies are issnel, and the
Sates of IPremiuma.e as lw as can be made with safety
to all eoncerned.
EQUITY A1ND JI TI(CE TO ITS POLIIC IItOLt.ERtS
Are the distingnishing feature. o,f lilt' Atlas Mutual
Life insurance Company. decl tf
. Car f...............r.. . d : C rd
The undersigned respectfully informs his friends and
the public, that he has taken the store No. 71 Camp
street, opposite the Times and Picayune oflees, for the i
purpose of opeaiag, early this Fall, with an entirely new
Stock of
MEN'S, YOUTIS' AND &OYS" CLOTHING.
Of fie, medium m.d common quality and mannfaetutrel
expressly for t~es sket; and also, with a full supply of,
MEN'S F'RNISHICIG GOODS--all of which will be cut
and made in the most desirable manner, and in the latert
style.
OrdeS from the comntry are solicited; they will be
fI led with fdelity and dispateh
I hope by strict attention to business, and by sellitg at
the lowest posadble prices, that I shall merit, and car con
`Mdently ask for, a share of thl public patronage.
ROBT. PITKIMN.
New Orleans, July 24,1439.
BANlEL & MMES 0.D'EDWARDS,
21, 23, 25 and 2 Delta St., and lt, 2, 24, and 2e$ Fron
Street, FIoting River, Between Grater and
Poydras, New Orleans.
Copper, Tin and sheet Iron workers. Manufacturers of
improved Sugar trains, KWp, Stearstlat. andl
House Work.
STILLS ¢ WORMS, FOR ORAIN I OTIIER IDISTILI.I:IE
lacksmithing, Jobbing and Repairing, Steam, (;/a and
Water Pipes and Connections, all Sizes. Spel
ter. hloder, all kinds of Brass Work,
Steam and Water Guages, Whis
ties. Coeks, etc.
Draa Feamdumg5 Pimlashlng and Patten
Maktag.
jel6-)y
1OTZL, DA2 AWlm DILLIARD SALOO-.
-.ante- aoad -Depst
BRASHER CITY, LA.
Prepared at all times to aecumnsmIai. theb tratling
public. janl2 if
B. F. wI fstester,
Attorneyr and Couanelor at Lawr
6i'EICE tn the same building with the law office o
A.L. Tucker,Eq. 'p stairs.
Franklin, L., Dec.9, 1865. ly
F.. G, CO!(VE3SL, J. w. SoUr.5 . ?R.iýK ((i+All"I..
E. K. (eurerser c Co,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
-AND
I)EAILE1IS IN PROVISIONS.
Nu. 3i zuk tnret, N w OrlkalA. whLiJ Jun
Reep Jr He~uft,
-+Rný7Pý.RE.E
38 TchahpltoEflU and 3G Sans Levee tLs.
NEW X11 LtýAýNS. '
R. GItISWOLI) & C.O.
CORINER $ \.\. 1.AN!.) lVAT. Snt..NEWý,ELEANS
!(POR)ITER) OF
Fine Watches. Clocks. Jewelry. ranc T Goods,
Cutlery, Guns and Pietois.
MonnnfstnIFrr ". (
1'ItE CoIN SI!NE!W.Nif I'i. "" I. w.arde"n'
ýarticle fully gnsranitrec. lan.) l.
xEW ORLEANS A'ALPS.
\ERMtLTONVTLLE HOTE.L
. A, SAI LE L E S
*•Iitchci, E'reai & (o.
F U R N IT U RE WAREROOM.S.
New Oxlea:s,
I' I . L x\V I- i -..- .
"Fleox 11. I, odI).,I & El.
"GRIICLTi'R ii, ! MPI,M P iE.1'%
NEW OaLEANS. LA..
(ullett Steel Braush fottodl (iun
GULLETT bAND COTTON PRESSES. New
ELL SCREWS.
h T.L IFOR D ('I I.TI V.1T II .
$itl.tub, (,,ru lNul \\ 1..,t \li~l- :.ýi.,t "i,..t
]ntt .-.u Pr ,nti-- '. h. . .lb .,, L .
Potia- .teur n 1: i ,. I.
Circ t n r .ý.tt Th:
I.L.I.MN OI II ) 'tl" !;: ! .
I:.I:'_- PI LA, I a c, lbinr rd .# r n~ I h_ l , . ,, i . \ I i
"t,."r .1tt w.h, .".,.'
/ ra n l ,- . II, - II.. . l , w: . II l , ,, t.. \. , 1 , r..t ..
1i,, IInh lhug;. ,n1 l',00 n \i:: 3'a , . -
BOOK-BINDER'S MACHINERY.
P .a .- r e n tt .rf , 1 r .- . . .". II ,lra u n I .. :
('ran 'rdr- (L :rL,.n '' tlt,'. t,.r.. I' . l t ..t .
'..oru Sl lb. r., \Vh.. lharr .,. -. l':. ,".
Sw• '"p-, Scrap.r;. ('ort l'.L ut. r-,
CITT.'I'oN i'LAN'T'I:R... \i r'((: 1 .11 ; N I11 I
j..:--tf ('OO I K'$S -EVAI 'P OR.1Ti{+
('hNese ~Labortr)'.
We have made aueh arrange nt, .,tht a th ,t
American Ilone. at Hong Kong. ('hina, a.. n II a
us to contract ter the delivery of :my nub,.r o! th,. i
of Chinese Laborers, from the interior prot ,ce.- t.-r ,
engagement, three to five year,; wages 6- týlln |"1-1" Ir,: ,i
Ft, further liurtienhlar, adhdres o ( II'Fl", A lIsh. ,.
(hen- JOHN II. WAIKF.l1
jel tif 140 Gravier -!rest, N, Orr .u
E. L. E. BONNET.
No. . Chawrtre t st., Near (Corn,.r ,,
Canld. New Orleanll
IMPORTER AND \WVHOLEs.\I.I: IE.tI.:I;
-IN
STRAW AND MILLINERY GOODS.
Ilas jawt received his fall at sck of B.ln,.t. Rab,,y:,
L.ac,, A:tifiial Flowers, Veils, Straw. V.-ellt.
Plush Iliant trimmed and untriml, It. whlh h.. rt ".,
Ith, trade on literal ternn anti at vlry l , 1,' '"e
octl:t tf
.'loeund ('ityl Life Iasltrnnrase C'ons
pauty.
-/)F
St. Louis, Miissouri.
Age nt.s tr Lthe Iu'ish of tri Mary. It. DI:NNE r'I"
FrnLlin. La.
Dr. A. MAfl"IRn:,Cyrcnort, La.
i'arish of St. Mary, L&, June At1. Ibti-ly
Dr. J. F. .E Lafin.
DR. OF DENTAL SURGERY
No. 14. aroane straet.
NEW ORILEANS.
(Over Mr. Aaron's Ladlies Iair ToiI.t NSotn, ,
A. L. TUCKEIR. IRA DAVI
Tlker 1 Darvis,
Attorneys maid Connaellora at Law.
OrrFIC-FPRANKL, LA.
Practice n the.evweral parlshesconmposing tihe. Tl'bhrl
Judicial District. ,, I
Drv Ao.d..;
IIANCKER & CO., 11 and 13i Mgahzin.e trt..
GRAHlAMI, O.. It.. 139 (Iraicr stre-I.
PEET, WILLIAMRON a iIOWJ.IN;,. - 1 ...
Street.
WALKE!L, J. R., Napoloý Avenue c.r., I ,h.Is,.u,, .s
Jefferson City
KNAPP, J. S., 15 Baronae street.
BALL, LYONS, & Co., er6rer (.llp anl r.s(;. It .
Fire .lrsas, etr.
LYON, J. 11.. Agent, tis5t. Charles .ir. t.
Grocers.
HAYLY, G. M., & POND, 40 Canal -trer.t
HIART, . J., 41o., 7. Tehonpitoulas itrr, t.
IIENNIU(, W. H.. & Co, i5 Camp street.
Carpet WrehOuaw-.
A 3ROUSSEAU. & CO., IMPORTERS,
Il Ohartera Bir.et.
Ohr f ,r Sslr at I ,w pric."-
CARI'PETJNGH-Eetiia and Awrricatn, "t all I n11
FLOOR FUrRNITUEk and en m,. bl oil Jib.,
MATTINJG--il) rols China, Il) pi..ei L
WINDJOW 8HADEB, Table sodl P'ian Cný«.
CRUMB CLOTHS, Crungrt. inen and t'r;t.
Ct'RTAINS-Lace. Repn, Word.d, Uanme..nk, "
FURNITCrRECOVERINfl-Linen anl Cotton Ot :,n . -
CORNILX.8, Bands, Piaky, rce. j..::f y
D1JZ MA JlM JJ.2
-AInn
(()MMISý4ION M~i1 i . .\N'1i
5. ............. .C.arond lelSlre·t .... ... .....v8
NEW ORL.EAN i. ..
J . E. Parkerson,
Pariah Record.? and EI.OfcisO Notary Publi
Wmithin and for t1w
PARISH ON' ST- MARY
Since theyear A. InA , l.d.
r'* I'I. J. (-II1CAT t% Aul..1:i.i. t
C- r lhr ns J I.Hyatl.
MERUtNTILE STATIONER', PBtINTER"
CLANK BOOK J[ANUFACTUBRLRS
No. 3$ Camp Strent
i."now li.N :". :,w.
All ordi ro forhtb PtilmriJ4 ý lj, k IB .. sr I t i -')
yrOiptlIy &nted. aid at l wnt 1.aWoi
1.4ni VitA' Brit 4 prinlted with li .ý'c.. -.r_. -
8anspaOU DI'UII. "K"
3 adNITt 3I Royal ('HAIKr*
33 and 33 Royal Strr`L

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