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.Ina in Sotlterlnl tonisiana.
FOR AUGUST.
; ardens in July and August in this
couutry are considerably neglected, and be
come grassy. This should not be suflltked.
iteds planted in spring crops. but which
hive now given out, should be cleared off.
iTle ground should be spaded and turned
over, and if possible covered with a heavy
litter of old leaves. No weeds should be
allowed to go to seed. A garden kept clean
one year can be kept clean the following
year with half the work.
Cabbage. cauliflower and other seeds.
wher. plants are wanted for transplanting.
should be sown as recommended last month.
People should bear in mind that cabbage
rlauts from seed sown in the lattur part of
July and in August. will produce double the
vweight of cabbage of plants from seed sown
later in the season. Plants raised in July
,r August, and transplanted in September.
in well prepared beds in rich soil. thorough
ly cultivated, will always make large cab
hazes.
T'omato seeds can be sown yet, for the
last crop. Plants raised from seeds sown
early this mlonlth will keep bearing till
host.
I)uring this and next month celery seeds
nay be sown.
Canliflower seed should be sown at the
,nld of July. and in August. Treat
the same as cabbage plants, but when they
ire two or three weeks old replant them into
;mother bed about three inches apart.
'This will secure strong plants. . If cabbages
are treated the same they will become much
touter and more regular in size, than those
which remain in the seed bed till the plant
ing which is to be final.
The ground for cauliflowers should be
heavily manured. They will produce little
-,r nothing on soil that is not rich.
If cauliflower plants do not succeed in
July or August, it is useless to sow any
eeds after.
Lady peas mn.a now be planted and will
do well.
Pl'ole and snap beans should be planted
now. They generally yield largely if planted
this month. If intended fcr shelling, they
-hould be planted at once, so they can have
time to mature well, and then they can be
kept for next year without any trouble, as
stated last month.
This is the mouth to sow ruta baga tur
niips. Prepare ground for the flat varieties
of the turnip. If the ground is new and the
season favorable they will succeed if planted
in this month. If the ground is not new,
it should be enriched with bone dust, plas
ter, or well rotted stable manure. Fresh ma
naure is not good to use. It will mnake the
turnips rnsty.
Ground should be prepared to sow beets,
carrots, parsley, lettuce, roquette and radish
the latter end of this month. If the weather
is not too hot and dry. these seeds generally
will succeed. It is hard to get lettuce
seed to grow during the fall mouths, as the
ants will carry off the seeds in a few hours
after they are sown, before they can germi
nate. A good plan to get plants is to moistep
the seeds, and then put them in a wet cloth,
place it in a cool place. and keel, moist for
about two days, at which time the seeds will
commence to sprout. Take some dry earth.
sand, or bran, mix well with the seeds, and
put a few drops of coal oil on it; then sw
it and give the bed a good watering. and in
twenty-four hours the seed le'aves will be
abonp the ground.
Shallots can be planted during this month.
The latter end of this month early peas
can be planted, but only the early varieties:,
They do equally as well, and sometimes bet
ter than those planted in the spring. They
will keep bearing until killed by the frost.
Tie up grape vines that run at this season
of the year.
Haul manure to a pit prepared for the
purposeee, and mix with muck, leaves. rotttn
wood, bones, etc., to be placed on the fall
garden in season for winter cabbages and
turnips.
This month is the most favorable time for
budding fruit trees*of all kinds. It is the
surest way to propagate desirable varieties
of fruit: Peach trees which have sprung up
about the garden or yard, or from pits plant
ed, are of the proper size now to be budded.
It always should be done in dry weather.
Woolen yara, such as used in lard'oil lamps. i
is the best material for tying. Pears, here
in our climate, do best on hawthorn or
quinces, and come much earlier into bear
ing than when budded opes the pear stock i
Peach are the best to be budded on the
peach again. They are also the best stocks
for apricot ano nectarine. In the West and'
North, pleas are used as stooks for the two
latter varieties, but for us here peach, a
srwers the best for either.
Any person having choice evergasens, -
ian r; also or roses. Soa va'itish f, t "e
latter do not grow from cuttings, espeeaialy
noisette, prairie, province and gallic troses. I
and have to be propagated by layers. They i
will be well rooted by next spring, and can
be taken off the parent pleat and planted i"
wherever wanted.
The following table shows the proper dis
tance of garden vegetables beteen rows,
or between hills or plant in a mw: !
Space hhwkeu spree heiwaei
rows. bills orplants,
Oaiouj ...................14 inches 6b .k.
Leek........... ...---..----17 "
Gallic.....................10 .
4hallots......... ...... _1..2
Cives ---"-..ea.. . . --. 6
Celery Ait--".__.......... .4S _
P i .,........... ....... .. 1 -_ s 4
Beab.................... .. 1s -- 8
O bF .._.......-"- ..... ý. PI
Blr s ls proatl.. .. ..... .... .19 j
Parsete . y --.....--" 19
Caaltlol rer........ ........24 -R 2
1inoeoll ........ .... =4 24~g I
Tetsip ................ 1 G - .1
qepa e....t ...... .. ......14 . 1
t.A-telop4 *r suinýmew7`.
Water ..o . b .............f .1-.
Squnsh (summ-r).. ...
Squaas (winter) --·..1--6
1t.icb...ke
~91( ..... '....... 14ii
Corn 8·Ld .........14 drilled,
Okra...... .l
Hopp ............... '72 30 -
Lettune 72t
Cress ...6..
swet il ..e......... .....10
Piarl eains 6r14_
i~ m a~ 36.
Radlkb * ..... .. 46 ....... 43.S
..r"-- -"10l.
us tard...
Toninta _
Lgg plant...... .46 36
Insh Pt'o&.s "" ý! ..
ý ý .... ...... ..... g a~~~*
a
C·-. 1 Il
MISCELLANEOUS CARDS.
CArilru & A Patten.
IU I"F.("TURI EiCtS OF
,PATENT ROOFING TILE,
DRAINING PIP ADP DPOTI'my,
Corner of Upper Line And Levee Streets.
yNEW ORLEAANJs.
maIy lIy Address Lock Box 363.
Jet e Receege.
i FROM NSKW ORnLEA s.
A guneral asu.rwetut of ate's and boy's clothingl
i piece and furnishing good., for spriag and summer wear,
Swhich will be sold below New Orleans prices, at the Old
, Fellows' Hall, Main street. Franklin, La., by
nk PE April TERMAN & KROKLAGE.
Franli., April W0, '?0. tf
ItY & SMuITH.I
Siuere.,.w to Wheeler 4- Forstall, Manufacturers o
Copper, Tin and Sheet-iron work. Alway- on hand
and manuhutulring, Cpper Stills and Worm.. Chinm
Snes, Breechings, Fire Beds, etc., built at abort notice.
Plantation and steamboat work promptly attended to
(Mtwlehanic Row,) Magazine street, corner of Girnd.
Sa003-ly
aHorses, Brgies, etc., T7 LAt.
The ,ub.cribr. h.ave lately op.t.nd a ST'I'ABL at
1Packett'a old stand, on Main street, Franklin, where
they have Horses and Saddlet. Bungie anti Double
Teams to let at all timres, !ay and night, always in good
condition t"" accoImmulate the public. Old Friends and
new, and strangers are, in'ited to give nu a call.
PIIARR & SAXON.
Franklin, March I:1. le. t mhl3 tf
JAMES I.'AKFE. Jsa. W. SEYMOUR. _F. WHEATON
Lea"ke, Seymea. k CE.,
CO31MIISSION MERCHANT
No. (18 CAMP STREET,
NEW ORLEAIS, LA. ae.l
Ilwpnsutter it Ea.del,
C0MM1ISSiION 3M1RCIIANTS
FAMILY AND PLANTATION SUPPLIES.
f;9 OLD LEVEE ST.
N.ew Orleans.
Sept., I t itlbý ly
Walter .W. Pfilt.ps,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL LEALER
-IN
MOUNT CARBON COAL,
NO. '8 C:A RONDEI.LE[T ST.
NEW ORLEAN S.
Sept., lat,tl$6%-]y
ResMtwrnat.
-FOR
--Fonl-
,A I)IIS AND (IEN'I'LEM1N
BT
JOHN PIERRE, BRASHEAR CITY.
SGentlemen and ildies traveling to and from New Or
leans, can now be aecommodatrd promptly, and at very
reasonable charges, with nice lunches at my restaurant,
at the depot, Brashear City, lately fitted up for their ac
eommodation. Lake Pelto oysters always on hand. and
served up in any manner desired. My numerous white
friends will agree that I have always given them good
fare, and that I understand my business. 'ill my old
faiend and new give me a calli
Inquire for John Pierre's restaurant, and don't mistake
the place. JOHN PIERRE
Brashear City. September 13. 18.9. sep15 if
Peet, WrUlliamso k Boewlhg,
(,FORNERLY PEET, S!1fMMS & CO..)
Importers and Wholeasle I)ealers In
DRTY GOODS,
2 m and 25 Magazine StrccI,
NEW ORLEANS, LA.
0dbtlu-V
Manufacturers and Dealers in
Beoes Shewa, TrfaglS IFP"Uaes, Cer.
No.ADCamp street,
mt -ly New Orleans.
Persererasoce
8as, iad, and. Dor S neam Factory,
ri a almIs, a. LmDyer Yaras,
Corner of St. Charles and Clio Sts..
New Orleans.
GEORGE R. PURVEr, PROPRIETOR.
The ('hteapest lanuircturing Estab
lishment in the South-Great
Reduction in Prices.
SASH. fromn cents pear pair: GLAZED SASH from
#1 75 cents per pair. BLINDS. from #2 40 per pair;
PANEL IW1RN . 85 74 each.
All work of ,,was)neid (ypres.. List of Prices in detail.
mailed free.
GCEO. PURVEES--:lazed sash front 81 75 per pair.
GEO. P.'RVD*--Moulded pannel doors, fm 3 50 each,
Dressed ioring, dressed weatherboarding, dressed cell
ing, dressed shelving. hRough Imber of every
akseriptiop: moldings. newels,
and beacsters.
nayll 3a EKi) JOlt LIST OF I'KICE.5
.OHIN D). SAINT.
RESIDEtNT DEN'TIST.
Olstt em Main Street,
Prashlta. La. ap:H 19
NOTICE! NOTICE!!
-To
Pus.ers ame W3'go .Wirk&cre
CAL..- AT ICýAPPEL'gI
The subscriber has now on hand, at his new establish,
nnt op*oh4 . m n Moerltoase, a empletagly o a
rhNTUCKYY, ýV TE 'OAK S1TEAM CART fPEl.
LOBS, and spoken to natdh. Two of thes felloes form
the circle of the cart wheel. and in strength and con.
'teneu there Is nthing that will compare with them
They werfbWmear to rve inches tread.
Aor am ply of plow lhdles, spokes and hubs
For hw whels.
Alecks sold at New Orleans priees, and all renpair
n b r, aisgm, sas, pdlouh, etc, at lees than
Afl k ofblackwithiuand harness making
at short notice.
Frankha, August 1, 1l5x. tf
SO0 Barpls BLAICKMITH'8 COAL
100 LUtE
SIITH & CO
atnhkli, pt. I. atJI . Itf
1 , .I·:s '1'rt UssES:
Spor a tra, pm.'.-_ d -Septembr sctt, l1. 'Ittruhe i
ll.- oeMtie foar comfort sad ginral wla .
aiOn crewamby all els ar M llasbohez
usd i M$da i. it std witlhot rial tthis enr
ee sadfmirutkaflb wearer. Also sole proprietor for
the Stee efLouiteh fqr the highly .veommeard W.
-Joeugsa patent pmd trur, Wth Jhte tr- a, I can
prumise mere talfleoeeagl 4? relief tlhhs sa
krapplyer of trusses. Also trusses and attachrereeb
fall descriptions on hand or made toorler. Orders from :
ab,,ed will raei.e prompt attentde. Siane. Ita for
---s1fi e _ . H. SPILLMAN ,
Mnufactnrer and itter. 9:1 Iluroae street, New Or
leans Ins. 4 a 1wI
J. M. KOXERMO?'S
[IBLERIA P'HOTOGRAPHIC GALLERY.
3v trinud.' ili St. Mary and Ibeia i.ariks urt inuform
-it lM I am now parieil to 4o.al atrium ot work per-i
tatit tie art Manummhabre to life alae.amtd ajer
Sr oil colors. i1 'yark *zat e it t
te roompietes aritic style.. Fruabia Maniaw wil
Ncw Iw `}pray. 0i;j0 4rtnQ
THE PRESENT AGE.
Ani lllu..tratdl Quarmiy 3ierljragaxha.,d rr , to Agdreu..
tOr and Liteaturar, ill e hkmed lt of Alu.at, Noven
Ser. and each r othr anud erd will aowi tend t bei
et ey ldbry., lionamold "o obeipt'Age Vi r,,. I.
- lbt in, magauine For the Parlor, Drawing Rom
.a'Pblide hn Town and Country-.
twll tbhe furoabrd to Staaihrs at the low paa of.
ONE IOLL.AR PER ANNUM,
Ten Copies for u t1l; or twenty copiesforl.*I tol Cash
in advance.
These low pricr. will give an osmait to A.dlve i
A bby wcthey -w earn goad wlw To boi.
Mile as tle will be1 a erier Av Medla I
Mee wri Dr abi be b td T reeA t e or. t
tMIS8G~V I1.AN)ElOUS CARDS.
I-~~~ L --,rwS.--
%%X. It. r!ERrses. E. . . UEWS
*acr e- ;*.Ne4,
Suceaa to
PITKIN. PIERSON i: o().
Dealers in
CLOTHING AND FURNISHING GOODS
for
MEN, YOUTII AND BO1YS
13 and 15 Camp S.t..
New Orleans, Louitiaaa.
We have always on hand the lariat aaawtameut of
CLOTIIIN(I, MillRTS and Trunks. whic, are of anperior
quality and make, and which we sell at the lowest
prices.
Also, P'LANTATION CLOTI'INIl. COTTONADP
PANTS, etc. All order· filled promptly and allatsfactlo
giren.
Country )lerchants and Planterr are urged to call and
examine our price..
- amIUSt E. .Moore A Co.
Inaportera of
CROCKERY AND CHINA,
(ILASS'WARE ETC.,
No. 29 Casnp and 116 Common Street4.
NEW ORLEANS.
Table cutlery-. Itrit.uaia ware. ('aot,rla:"le., I.dtlle and
feb,3t yr Teaxpl.bou. l'ea tray., etc.
E. F. Pirgin,
,SUCCESSOR TO It. MAt-PAT.)
DEALER INT SEEDS.
104 . . Gravler street. - - t10
Between Camp and Magazine sta.
New Orleans.
PRICE. IIINE & TUPPER,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
,,. 2'G Carondelet 'treet,New Orlemns.
T. TUPPER & SONS. IUPPER & BEAT7 IE
Charleston. S. C. New York.
Liberal advances mde ,uc eonsignment.lt, New Yo, k and
Charleston housee.
New Orlean. Nov. 11, 1+66. ly
(ertficatuj
DEPOSIT OF SECURITIES
--I-u I:-
SPOT-lC"X :ZEOZr- si ll.
STATE OF MISSOURI)
O)itee of Superintendent of
Insurance Department.
I. WYI.I.YS KING, undersigned, do hereby certify
that I am Superintendcnt of the Insurance Department
of the State of Missouri. and that the
MOUND CITY MUTUAL LIFE INBURANCM
COMPANY.
A Life Insurance Company organizeddan| existing
under the laws of the State of Missouri, whose principal
ofmee is located at St. louis, in said State of Missouri,
has deposited in this office, for the security of its p-oey
holders, in pursuance of Section 21 of an Act of the
General Assembly of the State of Missouri, entitled "An
Act for the Incorporation and Regulation of Life Insn
ranee Companies,"' approved March 10th, 1569, the
sum of
ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS.
In bonds of treasury notes of the United States or in
bonds of the State of Missouri. or in notes or bonds se
cured by mortgages or deeds of trust on unineumbered
real estate in the State of Missouri, worth at least double
the amoant loaned thereon, of the several kinds andde.
scriptions partleularly set forth in the schedules signed
by me, and which securities have not been received at
a rate above their par value nor above their current
market value.
Said deposit was made in the office of the Superia
tendent as aforesaid, on the 10th day of July, A. E. 186B,
and has ever since up to the date hereof been held in
pursuance of and subject to the provisions of said Act of
March 10th, A. D. 1t69, for the security of the policy
holders of said Company. And I do further certify that
I am satisfied that the said securities are worth thesum
of one hundred thousand dollars.
In witness whe:eof, I have hereto set my hand and
. : affixed the seal of *e office of the B.-perlid
:EAL dent of the Insurance Department,at myla,
..: in the city andleounty of St.Louls, and State of
Missouri, this 10th day of July, A. D. l569.
WYLLYS KING.
Superintendent of the Insurance Department of the
State of Missouri. septi-1868
'Wels and W'ater Coolers.
Now is the time to have your wells and water coolers
placed for the coning season.
Sammet Cary & Co. are now boring welb with their
a .e-inch and larg twelve-inch augers, and gnaramteeing
water enough to supply any demand.
They are also prepared to furnish pumps and pipes
for wells already dug or bored. All work done with nea&
nesutld dispatch.
Those who desire water coolers near cisterns, to be sup
plled with cisiern water, will please send in their orders
to 8. CARY,
feb23 lyr CentreviUle, La.
Lifery STlale.
Travellers pasing through Vermilioaville are inferm
ed that I keep a Livery Stable at this place, where horses
are well eared for. I keep horses to let, ad strangers
hunting lands, can obtain conveyaace to say part of the
parish. or to any of the neighboring villages at reaoa
ble mtee
J. HEBERT, Jit.
Vermilionville, Aug. I°, lti9.--iyr
FircBrfek.
2fl,0ofor sale by M. WALKER.
Frauklin, ay 3.,82O.,
NiLW FRENC LIQUOR STORE.
-BT-
lliring receu'ly arrived in Franklit from Bordeaux.
France, with a une stock of WINES and IJQUORIL. of
my own direet Imprtatin. wammneted pare they
havingrmerely passesthroug the New Orhleans Custom
Home to this plaee. I t oTzr theme liauors to the pub
lic, coml rising the following list:
Cognac, Brandy, Claret, White Wine, Rhine
WI e, Iaddbe WI e, herry
Wine, and Champagne.
Also. a fine assortment of French preserved fruit.,
fue blourbon whisky.
Mael W-uet, oppiose Ueaet * Frenw Dbrug
store.
.9'eteeede!
VALENT"rE J CHWAN,
Have opened a new stock ofijed a at Odd Felowsa
Hall, Consisting of
GIRO(ERTES, IARFDWARE, TINWARE,
DRY GOODS OF ALL DESCR'P
TION. .ST. nrs, Borrs.
SHOES. GLASS
WAREI AND NOTIONS.
fa .ative operation, the same as fomerly. An expe..
meld manager has beea employed to manage it, and all
bushwmpa p mb opWns r aPj',e y Mea Mkd ie. . Tb.
ianterests of the Foundry have suffered so mnch by givr
lag credit on work heretofore, that hereafter cash will be
dsiutmdedwhen work is delivered, and no credit will be
Franklin, La., December e, Il.--tf
A Ihre qotantitp of exccnt coal for sale hy
Mi Jjg . A. OXSiELL.
R. M3358.gs tern,
UECJýI N, VO1l A1j flN( ,
LAND
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
- UhemrI adlaici maade on eon lgu enato to
"Rm' etAtf N drkaa t
' .ý17n CN ~1i ay iy
*Jus rteeivi. I fresh .wpI..1 supply af spring
goods, bats, bonnets, spiring degs patterns, inucy good,
boots, sboe+, bhas* In iM.Idq wtw . toWWon
hams, butter, heesme, etc. M. BLOCH.
mbteilys'" s
Lumber I LwasSt, ! I
G. G. W-A'LK..ý1ý : L O
THE SAW YIL at Q. <. Weawr,&CI ,w rlar
below Ceatrrille, o tk 1IrttiaJ U Ow TeLL.;
lumber wipr aa~t qbM la mb r wbe
bnb at Wº .qer . pa in ia .L. Tb esruim.
r giv Iee 4mLMr g* the heselire
ureir sa$5ri.t, it *
Cratrevsl Plilet, ý8 pr jý
NEW ORLEANýTS A11ARS.
i nIEDKONT AND ARLINGTON
1 Life latsvrmlce ('ouapaaIi..
IiO E OFPICE, RICh9ON)D.V IR(INIIA.
Poliric ipqzed in a little. oc,.r tw . ..r 1O.I EM
W. . t ARRISi TN 1 ........
JOHN }K. EDWARIIS. .. Vic'. in.Ienut.
DANIELI. HATf400K. .. 4etarv.
Dr. C; Ii. PIRR(NE.... !
Dr. CHARLES II. s3I'illi ..
D. P. I'.ACKLI:hI....................
Dirercor,
1'.. C. C:arriorhti, lb. I Iinrt-.. .k ..1. I. It~t4 ir..
J. l:. f:.war'L; '.. If. 1 al er. W..
A. Y. Nt.'k,.a. C. If. I'err.".i C
(it~org.. s'. 1'unur r.·
New Oricinna Uranach Oler.
Pre;ialnt....... . . .i. 1). MA
Vr.- Prrai ..Aut..
Becretarn ... .. .'I1Clt:- FIF.It If l.lliNtII ,
Directnor*
A, 31. Fortier. T. 1.- M..cn, t.. ; ..
T. M.1. iInnn.n I. C'. Denlt I.'.,. Hart.'rl,
T. S. Barton, B'ranl a tihIrax:. 1',. M i(R itazd.'
H. H. Holcombe,. Edwwrld Naile,·
F'. boilao...le Ilib . I I. M ar'-. 1:. '1'.f. ", u
Atatrv.. .... .. . .. I 4llHIIia1 1'l ull.
Medical EXainIr........ I' 1 mul SCI. vl·.
General State Aitnt..-. A1U'E II MICY R.
Solicitor, N. l'fONI' IN. I'rankin. Lx. fhll Itf.
.dyers CalIharlir Iills.
For all the Purposes of a Laxative Mcdli.
Perhaps nt ,'iiie Iauediin ..,' ui, t i itiay retiirel byi
everybody as a cathartic, utr nas evetr m hl.rte -t ,
universally adopted into luse, in every country and atonll.l
all classes, as this mild but etticient plrgatis\, pill. '11w
obvious reason is. that it is a more reliable aon far
more effectual remedy than aty other. Those who have
triedit, know that it cured them; those who have not
know that it cures their neighhors and friend,, and all
know that what it does once it does always-that it
never falls through any fault or neglect of its composition
We have theusandst.pon thousandu of certificat.s of their
remarkablecures of the following ,omplaint., but such
cures are known in every neighborho.il, mid we tneed not
publish them. Adapted to all ages and couditioni in all
climates; containig neither ealiantl or saly deleterious
drug, they may be taken with safety by anybodly. Their
sugarcoating preserves thebt ever fresh a ld makes them
pleasant to take, while being purely vegetable In, harm
can arise from their use in any qutantity.
They operate by their powertal influenue oni the inter
nal viscera to purify the blood and stimnulate it into
healthy action-remove the obstructionu of tth sto.iaclh,
bowels, liver and other organs of the bty. restoring their
irregular action to health, and by correcting, wherever
they exist, such derangentitm as are the flrst origin of
disease.
Minute directins are givit in tihe wrapper tai the toI
forthe following complaints, i hith tht.-c pill, rapilly
cure:
For Dyspepsia, or Indigestion. Listlessness.
Langcur and Loss of Appetite, they -hotul te
taken moderately to stay the stotansch, andl rentore its
healthy tone and action.
For Liver Complaint, aund its varin,,u -ymptnmo,,
3iots Weeadache, lick Headache. Jaundi. ce,
or GreeO sickness. Bilious Colic and Bilious
Pevers, they should be judiciously taken tar eacth case
tocorrest the diseased action. or remove tie ',b utrlcti ionl
which ca.se it.
For Dysentery or Diarrhoea. but on,. mild do. i
generally required.
For hetumatism, Gout. Gravel Palpitation;
of the Heart, Pain In the side. Back and loins.:
they should be continuonsly taken, as required, to change .
the diesmed action ofthe svstetm. With suth change those
complaints disappear.
For Dropsy and Dropsical swellings, thelv
should be taken ini large and frequeit dt--,,' to 1.ro, I,'
the effect ofa dramstic purge.
For Suppression. a large dose shunll I takenI , as it
produces the desired effect by sympathy.
As a dinner pill, take one or two pil!s to plromote dliges
tion and relieve the stomach.
An occasional dose stimulates the stinnoch and bowe-i
into healthy action, rstores the appetite,, a uIl intigorlt.te
the system. llelnce it is often advantageous where tno
serious derangemoent exists. One who feels tolerably well
often finds that a dose of these pills make himt fetl de
cidedly better. from their cleansing and renovating eIf'et
the digestive apparatus.
J. C. Ad YER t Co., Practical Chenists,
Lowell, Mass.. U. S. A.
8old at wholesale by E. J. IHART & CO., \\'itEELOgK
FINLAY & C).. Xew Orleans. or ti;
Oscar R. .hfcClea[a,
U'CCt(ESOR To
.JOH1N Mc(LE.\N,
BOILER MAKER, 8NEET-RON WORKER,
dopper Smith. Iren ad Brass Founder, Pat
tern Maker, Blacksmith and General
489 and 4,91 Old Levee St, Corner t, Pirt. Thir Dii
iset, New Orleans, La.
Repairs of Stateambs.)its and t: hipi , adl ship,
illthing promptly attended. to. lOrnoaui,:al a.trlum~
br verandasl and raligs.,
Address Glass Box 24'1 Nesw t rleans P,.t t - h ie.
e2P- ly
Carteend H es s.
Bagasse Carts,
Three Mule Carts. wilth r withou llIli,.:tr.,.
Ox Carts,
Four Mule Tongue Cart.,
Extra Wheels,
Biugletrees, Lubricating oil,
Axle Cesue, in kegs and brr,::..
Also the celebrated Hall Plow.,
Persons wanting Carts, will sa,. t,1. ,.ighr fr,.:m
New Orleans by purehasinglere.
Franklin, La., je2-tt 31. ALKI:R,
Gterge W* Nqatre*,
usg ....~~9
MBITG EBROKasn,
-AND
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. 70 Gravier Street,
.NEWl ORLEANS. iolU-vy
Leater akd FiUndugs Stor.
1O. 36 OLD LEVEE STREET.
New Orleans, La.
T IE INS'PECTION (IF THE TRADI A.Nlb tUw
era generally, is speciallyinvited to m" complete and
comprehensaive stork of everything pertaining to the
tWOE MANUI'FACTI:IUNG LINE. I kcp constantly
om hand the best French aid American calf skins, morns
cos, bladings, toppings, etc., hemlock and oak leather
Engli -serges, wabs, elastic gore, binding ribban, etc.
My ataugtgments in Enrope and in this country enable
al to offer the greatest advantaes to the trade.
Wt. J. SHELDO\,
No. 361 Old Levee street, Between Bienvitle and Custom
Houe streets, New Orleans. angl7-ly
A VALUABLE PLANTATION
O=R iALE OR RAET.
THE SUBSCRIBER 1M8 A VAIt..\lI.E PLAN
tation of 1060aeres situated nu both sides of Bayou
Teehe, ome mile above I'attemounville. which he will sell
en thp moat reasonable terms, three.-ifths cash, either for
s whole or ln lots to suit purchasers, or lie will rent it if
be eauet selL
There ae .rvores above overflow: and MAo acres of
... ld. l--
pt tts W .J.A8leL.
Pattersonville, La.
,rU >Stw to 814trr Pldsterra.
PIREMIUM C\(')oPE1L A(:1:.,
B. J. BERKERY.
Noe. 31, 3 , and 33 Front Street
nuger Landing,
Betbwae Reef.ivlle and Conti St melt n.
New Orlmns,
Molasaes barrelsh. Sgar bognbead, and ha lf Iarrela
made to ord, at sabort notice ndal In the l-*t tvI,.
'Alsoogahead, Barrel and Half Barrel ij.Se for sale
ain ota thto sui tharsrsdelivcred free of cloIrge, and
LOWEST MARKET RATES.
B. T. N'alsl ýý
IMPORTER AND DEALER
-I'
AND
IBOYS'' UCIfILDI EN'S (IA cv1 I IIG
NO. 1i0 CANAL STRtiEEI'.
tot tf New Orleans.
.1 IkY+LEN.
B. P. JUHuIFNLer
,'" D lSley f JeenI g a,
$ :2h&n2NTN MI .I5
AND FEED STORE.
-Nea the R~ailnud IUry.,t. Aigi,"r,
K.5epwcp nstasntly on had re-.ih t(;rounl C'ula I crl
Hnitr( Hominy, Flour. Rice, Iasy, Corn. Oa!.. f lrai
Crackes Corn. etc. Conr, pa1t< an, Crn and Cob
Orsimd ad (rrked to order.
Ordeafrlarpr. suft small qfnlltitir4-.;.
MISCELTLANEOUS CARDS
E. MHeath,
Dealers in
IUPHOLTERERS' MATERIAL,.,
WALL PAPER AND CURTAIN GOODS,
NO. ,! CAMP SltlE:T.
se-".l-y New Orleanm.
U1. MRti R . t'l %
LI Ebb... A'a .Vc.VUu.
ATTORNEYB AT LAW
FRANKLIN, LA.
Ofic l't.it t" 'lil ll~
t;. L. .T% -. C B. BrcaK.pn. T'l'in Bvlu'M
James, Buehunr A C o.,
COTTON FACTORS
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
MANY'1ACTURERR OF
Cotton and Woolen Goods, Cotton tarns,
Hoets Shoes, Barrels, Ilogsheads
and Bricks,
No. 140 Gravier 8t
..I,, ly NEW ORLEANN.
*hderson's
PHOTOGRAPHIC OALLERY,
NO. 18I CANAL STREET,
N IN ()OILEA.NS.
\l'hr. nv ill n." fmn,nI every StIyle of Photogralph Lnawn
o tbh art.
C,.pyiug in OIL andl Water Color,. and the New Pie.
ture. the NSI'N PEARL, which cannot he surpauned for
Beauty and Durability. aplJ
lure.(be S 'N PE R ... ......n .......... ..~d fo
WVn.. DAVIS,
R I4AL ESTITIC fRhROIt t,
1 Pd., YT. (')I..RR.EwY S1 "ET. MASONIC L AL.
Il~w Or1··P·, La.
! P'r.n&t £tteutiou fivenu t buying, ralling and Ies~iug
of I,-al ..tare; P'aying oftmales, CollectiugRrut.. Etc.
Fctgecjmd care Riven to the purchase, male and laaking of
It'antatj.,um. 1'ari,+., and other onIuIFv property.
Ic i r h r.
The .,t'cw F'ins,
IA\'INf; JI 'T RECEIVED AND OPENED A
Svery large a.sortment of Drugs, Patent Medicines
and fancy goods, bought for CASH, and selected with
itIuh eare, are now ready to dll orders from planters.
country merchants and physicians at much reduced
prices. Thanking their friends and eastomers for past
favors, they ak for a continuance of their patronage. be
livil it the interest of the public to examine thbeir stock
before Ipurhading elsewhere.
CARD} N SEELI.
w.. Iiavr a full supply ofu.cold. juat recstvrd. end 1tar
tv ftn .1i. For .3, by I'ERBET A. FRRRN.
11O?8 I HOPS !
.1 hale otf Uruh Hops. iat received, mad for ule by
I'ERRET & FRERH.
I'AIN rs l'I NUT$
SI'ur.. W it.. Lead. anti snow whit.. zinc. yellnws, bluet
tr r.zen, brnwu.. blacks, t al oi other pintsTfr fobf by
FERRET k PREWP.
OILS! OILS I
(Jlily.' oil. Castor oil, Neatafoot nil, Lipaaal oil, Coal oil,
i tint many uil'rCRRfor t aeRby
l'ERRE Wr FRBRE.
NEW ARRIVALS.
We har. iittat received and offer for sale, anew and
we.ll ,clveted sopply of thoay groceries, coealting in can
fruits, pickles, jelie, preserves., condensed milk, etc., etc.
Al.o, freIsh etbees, Goshen butter. English cracker.,
freth cod fish a. d herring, rie, auglre, pickled beef etc,
icall and .xamiel for yourself:
I'ERRET & FRE E.
PERFUMERY.
lOr ajv , rauInt of Perfamery is not surpaised by any
house olt of New Orleans, and composes Lubiu's extracts
pomnade, and soaps, faltal soaps, creams and cosmetie.s,
..rifglrn etr a e, powdar d e pe, eolos e, toilet
+inm.a., Sachets. Icy wbltes, gnd perf mebd l from
the It lmanufactorire,tc ., etc.
PERRET & PFRERE.
BRCSHE$..
W of1'cr thL largoet stock of brushcs cver brought ha
t n. t' this towrn. Twenty differe tkind f tooth brb
t -. various aair snd nail brusahe. shaving brush.., cloth
ri i4ev. fie'h brn'hc s and glovej.
t'ERRLT & PRERE.
CI'rLERY.
Itn;,r.r. Wade . tutcber'q 3tappii a Wilson Hawk.,
wortl,'. l"ljwj i .. Co.'s, Monumental Wokas Cutlery.
powk..t kiusvs. peon knives, scassore, rmaar. hunting
kni.c Ihiaing knilve., etc., etc.
PERRET 4. FRERE.
:OMBS.
Itr -4ng comblu, tine tooth combs, tuck combs, rouns
c.. ubs, pocket comba, mustache combs and ide osambs.
!'wedrr hoes,. por,.laln, pewter, Cbla, glaa aad
-paer, gilt ant plain, with or without p , and at all
prices. PERET & FRERE.
ST'ATIONERY.
Record ilper, folicap,. letter paper. lady's bothb. rnu
wer-ial note, billet paper, legal cap, bill rap, fancy note
taper and mourning paper.
Euveloipe of assorted colors. shapes aud sires. Large
official envelopea,white and bud:
lBlank books of Il sizes, tmetorandums, pocket diaries
time aoos, indexes wrgitiagdeksu ynge ant P..ue,
pens, holder, inks, copy books, "i o , bill - iesI
pocket books, bilt caa., crayo late and slate pencil,
at greatly reduced prices. Jet raeeived, and for sal by
PERRE & PERRE.
TOBACCo.
( : ing I.bact.. .moking tobaecc, -nuff eigaru. Pil.,,
cigarette., nod tlgaretto Iapers,just receied and for ale
y- PrERRET & FRERE.
II.\V: YOU MUSIC IN VOI;.
Call at lerr-t & Frere's and get either a violin, a
gaitar,a batjo, a taborin, a Saute, a fs, an aceerdeou.
or a dutena, altof which are sold at the lowest market
pric. ,n.
'Ticre you may get a full s.pply of vielin strings,
guitar and banjo strings; also, extra violin bows and
main, bridg.". screws, aproe, pell. e.
PERRET L& tRERE.
WINKS AND LIQUORS
('w'.ieting ian rlaret wtIaten,, port Wire, Madeira,
AI.rrv. gin, chwrry brandy, cognac, whiaky, 4ebeklm
ahaiias all auld tfo mnedeelaa pnrpeae. and guaranteed
strictly ~rr, and of the beat brands.
PERREC 5 FRELRE.
3IEDEUINAJ. JtITTERS.
iERRET & OtiRE.
SCHOOL BOOKS.
+airional I)ctder. )Icluffev'g Reader., Tower's Red
jstr., IloImui.' Readers, and other sue; Davies Ray.,
Perkins' Arthnaeuies, siC, Cotmel', Nonatei's Ocaras,
phies, Speaker., Histeie, Spel, Phrase, snd others
too nomaero to oertioo, or mlote
mohl6 ly PI!RRRT & FRERE.
1 , It. 0.YAIGS. E. O. CARF.P. JOS. MIUfHHu
IWc wi-ith Stew.n & $C yDmr.
[,. R. 81mmawos C.
STATIONERS AND PRINTERS.
BLANK lOK MANlUFACTIEIlS.
SN. º , CAMP STREET, SE ORLEN.ts.
ist inu a cmloplet printing ofBce of our own, we have
unnstial facilitI estor doingr eey *o oJob
I'ri iag, uR Hefe, l)ian Rseeipa ' of ding,
letter Headin Lg BIksan d Book HeLadinp.
,e are preped :lo make, 'at n ort notie, Cotton
iookie, with or without printed all Bl Books used in an
tentbio is given to the maasm .t Records
al printing all LgL rL . I on Court Records
rlooks which have to be made to order, ple e p for
ue in ano a eat copy of what is wt, via.
th hleahs, any, the a ber of panges, and the ex
er lenngth and wtidh. Bymo dsin& no mitk, will be '
wnadeon our Ipr. a we will adheae rictly to your or- ;
We aloU keep a gen U e orl e. t t r s
Ray onhand to nit theountry a dote two o 1. ,,
,,a .ýý_
Iron ip" and Fitting* all size.
B' "er ueka. Valves teas 0an err
DANIE is t J.o 8 LWth.
DAND EL d.n. F W AIaLB
ý ~nst sf res, jrr Orlau
MIISCELLhANEOU S
Lminaber, Lunber.
Th1e .tIcnlram Alice t, Irr~ in .nipl"
.onrder for hauneru. IHIFI'X, PIC :(I:TI
and $atswa L UM RE:R Aill be tak.n anir wI.."rr nn tto.·
Swatrr. at mnodrate rotoý.
ICI SAVi.1\ MILL. ont the 'r1o." L. illoo tI,11.1
; limit. of Franklin. i+ now *.polN r:Ita Jlelt .. Iumzher
of all kiudernwn I. e.irni..hed at .Itnrt wo.ire mind er-eot
prIcICe.
Also, thnr-.. feet bo u.I.,t w-.int c r i. h -hiiigla, cetar
'leapj. a ttperiiorartiele.
lc )uoIh & ('o.'M
NEW C(() lN MILL, at the game pla.~" a N t saw 1Mil
kl in operation every SATURDAY. Tl,..,o. wsho s*.nl
corn to the mill may rely on prompt attention and good
work.
Franklin, La, La., Nov l3, I.-ly.
Thorna* H. I'crigh-utan,
CIVIL ENGINEER AND SURVEYOR.
Will attend to any business in htI line, at any pint
within the State of Louisiana. Ordlers left with Jas. A.
Lee, New Iberia 1I. it. Smith & ('Co., Franklin. or direct
to him at Centreville. Pariah of St. Mary, will receive
prompt attention. jet Inl
Acqast.fn,'s
SEAMLESS EVAORATOR.
Pelented July 25tb. 1865, and August. 1869.
SEND FOR PRICE LIST.
T'HOS. SCANTLIN & SON.
marll Ily Evaunvllle. Ind.
OPiELOIUSAS HOTE.L.
)Opposite the Court Hlouse, Opelo.sa I...lu.,aaus.
Kept by
WM.. M_ JOI*I STO O
Table as good a. the market aforlds; acrommsdatiun:
excelleut, and prices moderate.
A livery stable is attached to this e'tabli.hm.nt.
jrn26 v
ONE IMNE OF
Dr. ShalIcnberaer`s
FEVER AND AGUE ANTIDOTE
ALWAYS STOPS THE CHILLS.
lThisa medicine I, " e.'n lefre the p.,.lld tifttehe 'et art
and it still 'ahead f all nthl:r known Iezmedlie. It t.hen
not purge, dloem nut "-hiken the ,-'tuma l. .+ perf..ctly safe
in any doe and under all circnttntue, andl i- tllhe oly
medicine that will
ClR 1f I313EIfl'ATELY
and .mrnnauemttlyv e.vtry f-rm of .em r.nl .\:n.. , , r.a.e
It is a perfect .\.TIDOTE TO 31\AI.AlI.1
.%ld by all drulgginta.
febrl lyr.
ATLAS MUTUAL
LIFE l.", i RS J.r.' CE CO.I P.I. I'
OF' S'I'. LOUIS, 1 ,).
AMIETS NI{E Al'ILY $,,000.000.
Ditiden.a Applied Annually. on the Contri
butlon Plan.
OFFICERS:
CHAIRLI:. A. MANTZ. Preiden,
JAMEN HARItIMON, Vice President.
.. It. MACBETH, Reeretary,
I'. C. BULCKLEY. Sup't. and Cashier,
WILLIAM SHIELDS. Auditor,
WM. VANZANDT. Connulting i'hyv.r.,ln.
I. 0. STEEDMAN, Examining I'hyi"vi in,
Board of Directors.
Charler A. 1Mant.z James Harrisu,
Erastus Well. Jo.oeph O'Neil,
George Knapp. Samuel Willi.
Jams E. Yeatman Trusten Polk,
Wm. Vanzandt, Georg, R. 'Tayir.
O. P. saylor, I.4., It. i turigeon,
1'. C. Ihuckl'e.
LOUISIANA AGENvY.
D0ce 114 Common Street, Corner of Camp,
NEW IOBLEAJNM.
Local Board of Directors.
J. L. Armstrong. II. T. IHartl.tt.
W. A. Shopebire, It. i. Boulet
T. i. tiginbotham. WV. S. Molnt,
N. B. Newman, J. II. Kennard,
A H. Perle, A. U. Wangh.
L. C. Levy.
S. B. NEWMAN. .... . ....President.
W. 8. MOUNT.....................Vice President.
F. BEAUMONT....................... ecretary.
JOHN R. PURVIN, General Agent.
WM. F. HAIFLEIGH State Agent.
L1NBEOTT & GILUIORE,
Agents for the parishea of Iberia, St. M3lrtin. Lafayette
and Vermilion.
Tr~HIS COMPANY DERIVES No, IIENEFIT FROM
1 the misortunes of its policy holders, as its palicie
are all non-torfeitable after one year's premiums have
been paid.
A policy issued by this company may be kept in force
by the amount of the "Premiun4lRserve"' t its credit. and
will notlapse until this reserved part of the premiums
paid has become exhensted.
The term during which a policy will be kept in force
by the "Premium Reserve." varies with the age of the
party insured and the number of premiums paid.
At the ae of 30, the "term" is 33 o da loner than the
year for wich the insured had paid. At the age of :I1.
two years premiums pail, the "term" is oe year and
30s9 days longer than the two years for which the in
sued aupposled he had paid; thus two premiums woull
Smake the whole time of the poliecy nearly four years.
During this temporary insurance, a party can be fully
reinstated by paying tue deferred premiaLms, and in case
of death during the "term." the whole amount of claim
would be paid, deducting in the settlement the amount of
unpaid premiums due the company, together with six per
cent. added thereto.
Its Policies have a fixed surrender value, the same en
dorsed thereon, making them in fact a bank note on the
company forthe amount.
Its Policies issued on the Five, Ten. Fifteen awl Twen
ty payment Ilas are, noa-firfeltahle after the first
years' premium has been paid, and not a.s ih lmost coml.
panies, requiring two year.' piremiumt to make them
non-firhitaie.
its Policies combine the advantag,...,ffered .ir all
otet companies. without any of their objectionable lea.
turd..
All of the popular styles of policies are issuted, and the
Rat.' of Premiiums are as low as can be madle ith safelty
to all coceyped.
EQUITY AND JUSTIC}; TO ITS POLIC1 HOLCDEIS
Are the distinguishing features of the Atlas Mutui
Life insnurale sPssnpa. dec* f
ofJ Card:---------------------- of Card:
The uadenlig _n respectfully informs his frilnd, and
the puMblic, that he has taken the store No. 71 Camp
street, ppesite the Times and Picayune ofllef , for the
purpose of opening, early this Pall, with an entirely new
Stock of w
MEN'S, YOUTHS" AND BOYS' CLOTIIING.
!Of an, medium and common iuality and nmaufacturwd
Sexpresty forthis marke.et a l as. with a tall gRy .
- JVitninr a ndnd in the latet
g isn th aary are soliciite; ey will li
filled Wtllfldeliy and dLpath.
I hope by stri.eltteation to busine~s, and by selling at
dthe lowest possible pces, that I shall merit, and car con
Ndeatly Oa Je, a share of the publc pmtronae.
ROBT. iITKIN.
New OrlensM. July "4, IM.
ra
Dy,.r8 Preudgiu ,Ew rded
- AT TIhl
ThIBE LJISIANlA STATE FAIR,
FOR
STERN .'
PURE RAW BOrf" FERTILIZER;
The most economical and effective agent to insure large
Scrops an enarlch the soil.
The interest oefery Planter. Farmer, Gardener and
Fruit Grewer will be advanced by the use of this gr.at
Fertilier.
The deereae of the average yield of all crops cultivatedl
North and Sooth, mace lMt. is a well known fact, and If
thee dtelora'timn oour lands is not rapidly rcheked by a
better and more effective system of fertilifing, the pro
dnaetiveaeusofthe oell will eomtlaneto diminish.
The most Important consideration for the farmer, will
b; be which is the h. t, a well as the most eronomical fer
tllizeorre. ria. the production of exhausted and. and
for keeplngthem in a condition for profitable cultivation
A fair test will convince the farmer that there is no
cheaper and more effective agent than
s TE*~N PURE RAW BOWE FERTILIZE.
Which is warranted PURE and UNADILTERATEDI
BONE, not mixed with sand or chemical., and does not
contain the ijn)rionu ingredients usually cantaid in 1
artificial fertiliAers. A small portion of this will be
moar effective than large quantitie of chemical fertili.
a, and one, layer l hwil t fl m tht u r..r tour year.
The proprietorof the above F-ertlitzer also i/].4 '.m r .ei
and keeps eonstantly on hand, in large quantitie.. HONE
BLACK of all grades.
For directions, prices, etc.. addrers,
STERN'S RAW BONE PERTILIZEIt AND lB.iE i,
BLACK FACTOR?, Lock Box 1tl, New Orleuns, i.a.
Ooee--At LOUIS STERN & BROS; Atctio.,-,t.. a-d,
Commlslon Mt-rrrantn. No.:El Magazine an.i ; t:;ravier, ji,
furSt .New Orleam. i.;l.t"t Ji
NE1W ORLI,.\NS ('\..~.
ERMILIONVILLE ROTEL
B. A S ALL S_
*lWitrchell, .'raiz & 1'o.
F U R N ITU RE WAREROOMS.
New Orleansl
i.1 ..'. g, ud al , e y . ck w. n ,
, u. .ow : - 1y
rn1Hpwo,+ ifol/hrA'.
FIJI 1Tt'Hli :1N1) (' iWll{!
33 and 35 Royal Street.
NEW 'lL:N.
r' t..1 itI '· I .j
Chrlstian A' Ilyali.
MERCANTILE SjTATIONERS, PRINTEHR
BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURERS.
No. 38 Camp Street.
All *rdcro t11rJ Jb l'ritint;. Blink IL,. , Irtiif
plrmptly -xeetted, andl tit I[ie nw,.-t i tnark.t .1?
Lawyeris' Briefs priuted with dispatch. nzeyz, I.
ROBERT h1ARE,
COTTON AND SUGAR FACTOr
S3 . .... ..... Carouttcik . "t .... r .....35
NE.W ORLE:A\1
ry Goods.
H'Nt: '.kI. 4. 4~).. an. It~ýLK:. ý ,.,
Str.*"t.
.f/ft~rnnu City.~
K\ API. J. M., - B.urnn, 'tr."."t
11. 1,.. I.Y4JNN. & (in.. coru. r 4. fl!.jo l 4.,,. ý
Fire .Irrns, ebr.
IA.4N, Ir.J IJ.%gt't. *J.$t. Char!.. 4t.:
(drocerr.
HARTT E. J.. Co.,. ;aI Tcltollrit·"ula.. trr" t
IIENNICII, W \. It.. & Co, 1-15 Cam strcrt.
a E. L. E. BONNET.
No . (Chartrea. St., Near ('urn r ,t
Canal, New Orleauu.n
IMI'URfTEI AND WiIOLESAIl.: I:A .\1vi
-I.
STRAW AND MILLINERY GOODS.
lHas jw.t received his fall stock of Bnutt,# RIAll.e.e
Laceo, Ar;tiicial Flowerr, Veil, Straw. \V. l%,t aIi. t
Pluph Ilat trimmed and untrintmed. which he ttr- r.,,
the trade on liberal terium and at 'erg- low Lrice- .
octl:I-tf
A\. L. TUCK R I %1)% u
Tucker # D.'wix
AltorncyM R Hd ( o 11nl~t"1l(lr. rl L!ºw.·
fIbFFIVk-FR NIAbLlN, I.A
"ruceii" :ii u. severasal I a I'hre r i.ýI,... uM I Li: I
Judicial Dstrict.
DANIEL & JAMES D. EDWARDS,
21, 2~i, 2 and 7 Delta t., and .., 2, :ti and 2 Fr on
Street, Fronting River, Between G;ravier aiA.
Poydrai, New Orleans.
Copper, Tin and sheet Iron workers. 3ianufactnurr,. o
improved Sngur trains, Ship, ft.asilI,,at :,anli
hloe Work.
STILLS #r HOR.M, FOR GRAIN OTiE II 4Al+'f ll.l.l;l
Blarksmithing, Jobbing and Repairing. Steam,. ;.. m,.ii
Water Pipes and Connections, all Sits. Spel
ter. Soder, all kinds of Brass Work.
Steam and Water GuageP. Whis
ties. Cocks, etc.
Brass Foundlngg Finishing astl 'atneur
Making.
jell-ly
7 OTEL. BAR AND BILLIARD S. I·ooN.
kept by
JAMlES COSTI·:1.1,
Oppoit, the Railroad I)rtpof.
BRASIHER 4IT'Y,. I
Prrperl Kt iallt ime ar£11t ,uufltfq ir l..r ttuxrt. t
pu~ir. taurl9tf
-C.'isett LAborers.
W.e bare made such arrangements wills a ilt f in-.
Ar irican House. at Hong Kong, China, as ill enable
us to contract for the delivery of any number of th. b, t
of Chinese Laborers, from the interior praviune.; term It
engagment, three to five years; wages .0 coin per nlnntl,
F'or farl'er *a;rtiotlars. addrem )'-Fall,w A. HaitcL. ar
Gen- JOlN (;. WAL.\IKERI.
il tf 1 t (;ra ier -treet. \-w t rlea •
Jlruud C(it Life Iua*ruaect Co
-OF
St. Loula, Mibsouri.
tgrntz.tr rte P'arish of St. Mlary. Iý 11:\SEr2
Fratklin. La.
t* A. MA(fLIRt.(Uyrauort, L.a.
Parirabof St. Mary, La., Jurne 23d, It,: I.
DR. OF DENTAL SURGERY.
No. 14 Baroae stree.
Nr W . r LEANS.
UOvr f Mcr. tnaran' Ladies Heir T oi1l t )(.-n
keep, k NloJIrm.,
'35 Te Rsfa as 30 t 3L.
38e Tehoupiloulw, ad 36 New Levet Sts.
Nl:\V c)I:LE.ýNR.
3. r1 GSsWOLL) &j CO.
CO)RXER CA NAL AND ROYAL .. St, N j1F. N
IMPORThR7 OF
irn. Wat s. Cocrks. Jewelry, Facay Oood4.
Cutlery. Gum. sad PiLtols.
ianfactnureru of
I'I RE COIN HILVIjtWARE. riced low, and ever
atirwl, flly guarmnt '.e Iand eIer
·---I-n~ lr v.
t E ist'~ IIarratred
Per Steamer GLLI STREAyM
IlHa .been received by the undersigaed, t,.. n.w- .',,"f
turnip seeds, various kinds. Other crrp. ut vegertabl
seesr will be received as they ripen in tcc~e.sloo Co
tantly on hand, a well selected stock of oarlen srrleo .f
the season. which I ofer for sale in bulk, or put up in
papers ::t reasonable rates.
RICHARD PROT(SCHFR
a No. 1' Da Main strret, near Frenrh Market
augl7-.l1m
JIOUIZAA ICE l.lAWIFACTURIUNGCO
vew Orl)ean.
ICE AT WHOLESALE AND RETJIL..
I'.nt.r, and ealintrv Wr i uh ntr c.n xn.r,. a full -,
IJy of lee dtring the comiang ueaaon. l.v pllvinug tol..
tlnderigrned. Price I cent, er pound packing amn hall
imn to t.eamer or railroad inluedl , -
E~aih order mut be covered by cn h. ar ::r,. i"
Jit" wht will vpa hills o.n Im.an.
A I ,rI atr will' -' re 0, t prn p . .
i ,tion it. I'(f'ICIEI.N..,
JhI}ll II t ilasi Box 1:pa, Now Orlc.u'a,

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