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Proceedings of the Mayer and Council of the Town of Franklia FRIDAY. September 16th, 1874). A petiitrion ubscribed by the tux payers ,f the corporation having herni presentod to the vMayor, he ordered a meeting of the, ('c,neil to be held this day. Upon Bach call. the following name.ld tllemn bers appeared. viz: J. W. Lyman. 1avyor; i)onelson Caffery. Valentine 8chwan and .lJhn A. O'Neill, C-uncuilmen. (IIn motion of Donelson Catffry it was uanimiuously Rlcsolrul. That ,')irnntine be. and tihet amze it bere-by established within the cor p:'rate limits of thlet town of Franklhlin and n lio,,ti in of 1the sai.i I:,:mebher it was fur tiler Resolr-d, iThat no steiti or ,t- thr boat dtirctl from New Orleans or other intfeted pltee, shhll, from and after this daue, be i permitted to land within, the corporate lim: its of this tow'. nor shall any wohoIln goods, oir others ('alc'lnated to, conviv lnyi inif-ctiou tr contagious direasae.bt la,1ned -,r delivered within said corporate limits unl,.s they .adll have been,, fir!st well aired .:nd fumni.g.ted. anld then only in spe..iid permit i 'f te Mayor. ,nit motion, the fliowitig iniiieil lmell::,i-rs wV're aploint.d a co..niittie t i dratft at.td re p'ot a Ih "t!thl orrdinance, ermbod-i'ng quar ontine regulations, viz: 1)onelan Catfiry and *John A. O'Ni, it, to rep.it at iiet ii,xt E ing of the Mayor and Council. On motion, the 3!-v r r ., (" .o il ai l ijourid until to-iirr',iw io;rni::ig at 10 j ,,'chkk. SA'I'L'oDAY, SeClp'limelr I7, .7th). 'I'ih Mayor al-l Council met parsualt to adjournnnt. I'lenlt--the alll in mllbers u.- on v,"-terday. The crmnmitt.-' appointed yesterday to draft a health and quarantin ortlinaunce made the following report: Be it ,rdiir,'d Lb the .lalor an,, C7ouncil of' the ,Town , / FraRnklin: 1. lhat from and after this datte quaran tiae be and thel same is hereby esiablisled within the corporate limits of the town of Frankln ; 2. That comnlunicatioi of any kind what server, whethe.r by steamhoat railroad, land conveyance of whatsoever kind, or on foot. is .xlressly prohibited to all persons, g rods. wares anld merchandise, coming from N.-w HI hIeans. Wa:slington. La.. Port Barr j* or any other port or pIee whe-re any epli d.imic. eontagias or i ifectioas dis.anse ex ists. and the Mayor i- her.by authoriael to sir-ute his iroclamaantion to this effect. and to include therein any otlher place.which. in his judgment, ought to be subjected to thl ope ration of this ordinance 3. That no goods, wares. merchandise, baggage or persons brought from a now in f+"ctod place, or suchl :Is may hereafter be declared hv th,. Mui-or's lroclamation in footed, shall be Irnded or delivered within said corporate li :.its, unless said goods. wares, merchandise and baggage shall have been first aired or famigated for a time and at a place to be designated by th-. Mayor. nor shall they then be admitted without a special permit from the Mayor. The ad mission of persons is left to the -sound dis cretion of the Mayor, or suah person as i.e may appoint as health officer, should he deem •stach iqppointment necessary. Proridcd, l.,cer(r, that this prohibition sha!l not ex tend togroceries,hardware,provisions.liquors or other articles which the Mayor may deem not liable to convey contagion or infection, the admrission of which to he certified to and only pertnitted to be delivered by his per riut. -. That all steanmboats or other water c:'alts plying between Franklin, New Iberia and Ilerwick's Bay be and they are h, reby pro:ilbited from landing or derlivering goods 5. That the Mayor is hereby a ithoiasced to administer oaths, to esce.-tein whence passengers, travellers, goods. wares. mner chandise anud baggage have come, and the character and de-cription of the same. 6(. The Mayor is hereby authorised to em lloy such force and agents as he may deem expedient to enforce this ordinance; to fix tht componsation of such force and agents, and to pay such compensation, by his war rants, countersigned by the Secretary, on the Treasurer, which warrants the Treasurer is hereby authorised and required to pay. 7. IWIIEREAS, There are non-taxpaying citizens of the town, and others beyond the corporate limits, who will be directly bene fited by the establishment of this Quaran tine, the Mayor be, and he is hereby, au thorised to open a subscription list for vol nutary contributions in aid thereof, and the Collector of the town is also authorised to collect and pay the same irto the treasury. 8. Tl'hat all matters, not specially pro vid.cl for in this ordinance for the enforce - meat of quarantine, are hereby left to the discretion of the Moyor. whose instructions and proclamations are to be considered as those of the Mayor and Council, until other wise or ew-d by said Mayor and Council. 9. Aty per:.on or persons contravening or violating the provisions of this ordinance, shall be be liable to a fine of not less than ten dollars, nor more than one hundred dol lars, to be recovered to the use of said cor poration before any court of competent ju risdiction. 10. That this ordinance-shall take effect and be in full operation from and after its passage. Which report was, on motion, unani mouslyadopted, and made an ordinance of the Mayor and Council of the Town of Franklan. On motion. the Mayor and Council ad journed. (Signed) J. W. LYMAN. Mayor. (Siged)) H. N. McMILLAN, Secretary. A true. ,.tract from the Minute,. , (Signed) It. N. McMu.LA.x. Secretary. S I't or e age- from wich there issu'd at times a song or a curse, but never a conpldaint or sigh. At fifty yards distant, was a covered tent for the mandarins who plesided. A long table, covered with red I "loth, was pI ced in their midst. The place of execution was about sixty yards from this tribunal, so placed that the condemned were $,bliged to pass before the judges. At length the permission of the Emperor arrived in a yellow box, which was respectfully carried by * a cavalier whose horse was led by a footman. A sudden thrill ran throughthe crowd, canused by the arrival of the first victim. On a pla card fixed on his head was written his name and his crime. Led before the mandarins, S he president asked him, "Yes or nor." The coundemned replied, "Yes." Then his sentence was road, and he was led away to the execu ioner, during which the clothes were stripped mn the upper poatiyn of his peesam. Then ttendant passed a thong acroes his moth, it under his chin, crossed it at the back º head, and brought it forward so as to s eyes. The head was then thorough. ad. This done, they threw him upon and one aulled the shoulders to him whilt another pulled the end of the in an oppeoite direction, to as to strain k for the sword of the executioner, does its dreadful work at a alagle blow. were thean carried to the mnds Six were beheaded aid were sn as the latter death consi e dered less in a,,i than the former, ea se u ording se ideas of the Chimes, the giat wll ar a-ise , l adless in the world. . Siamese twim are n as pr tiz, at I lor's Hotel, in -Jeg.e City. is I with his in t he Z t :5 " i. - hialthtssthqhdmI ~i~J. ._is~S EWet ADVERTIlSE.NE1TS! Ilw. L. CcmM, .i :II NEW ORLEANS COTTON PRESS dEPOT. rd -d STEADMAN'S IMPROVED r NEWVELL COTTON IOREIW. r; ! ti The esat Oottoe mrete eer nvense. as The popularity and saperiority of Steadmau's Im proved Newell' Cotton tSrer sa a Cotton Press over every other kind of a cotton preen, i a fast beyond all It controversy. Our Plat hter who have presed . their thousands of of eottos on the Steadman's w Newell Cotton Preswes, all tesify to the feht that this s is the only kind of eotton pre whie they ea rely r upon. In purchasing a Steadman Newell Cotteon Srew, the in planter runs no risk of a fllare ia his preu. No kind vI it of danger of and break down. A alagle horse is anm as d clent to pres a bale as hard as desired It makes a ver d handsome bale, and works with uch ease sad epsdl e } tlon that three hands ean press ro thirty to fifty balsa 1This press is now genesally introduced partleularly SIn the neighborhood of Natches, Vicksburg, LIke Prov. a denee, Grand Gulf and the river towns throughout the 1 States of Mississippi and Loisitaaa-the Planters giving them the preference to all others on aceount of their 3 SI simplielty. strength and durability, and in the saving of 5 :tinm. and labor. The Steadman Newell Cotton Screw Press, when once put up,. i a fixture as a good, safe and reliable ot ton prout, which will isat a life time. No need of any w repairs. The oldest and largest planters endorse It they would not have any other kind of a press for a gift. h - We can refer to planters who have had their $teadman " Newell Cotton Presses in pa SC(ONSTANT USE FOR TWENTY YEAR8, do And they are nowJnst as good as new, andfordurabilty ti are thh cheapest things put up. The Steadman aNewel du ('i:tOn Screw Preoa are too well known to require to be bonlstred uop by eertificates. our Cmrenlars furnished giving ftih particular e.too WM. L. CUHxIuG, new Orlenas, Sole Agent for the Southera States. A11IIEItTSON'S PATENT M.1: I; IV' COTTON PRESS. There preres are furnished with or without wood wrk. The Press can bern with e here sad makes a Itale of 600 Ibs. The higheet premium was awarded .,t the late American Inatitutte FPair, in New York, and Mechanic's Fair, Beton, after a severe test. '!crie Rend for descriptive circular giving full deserip WM. L. UEIHRNS, AMet, 81 St. Charles Street, New Orlesas. A.ME'S IRON WORKR O f'O W -A a LE H:N a E1 i. ; From the uniform satiQfaetiea that oet esag lne give wo feel gratided that we have aeuomplisbhe our al-m-to give the best, strongest aad meeost perfeet eaglan the American market. We have received, and are soastanty reeetivlng the rmost flattering testimonlals of their utlity at regards their power. simplicity, sad of the general good work b mannhip in their construction; and we here ehallenge h any other manufacturer to build an engine superior to u our own. a We have over six hundred Portabl Engines in use is n almost every State fn the Union, the Canadas, the British a Provinces. the West India Islands and outh Ameriea, P an]i giving the most universal satistaetn. All engines made on separate bed plate, ee they eme be naod as Stationary Engines. W. L, OUAUII G, Sole Agent. New Orlims. y TERUAE8KSEE IRON SUGAR KETTLES. A Large Asertmeat of ap.erior TENNESSEE IRON SUGAR KETTLES WMtbe Bold at eduooed Prises. EAGLE SUOAR CANE MILLSI Very Heavy and Strong. AMERICAN CANE MACBINERY. Made by Geo. L. Squires & Bro. CUrrnlnro of the above mills frnishbedby Wn. L. Ce. Iag, Sole Agent for the Sout.rm States. THE BEST FAMILY SEWING MACNINE TN TflE WORLD IS THEI FLOR,ELoE. i r, only machiae makLta four dbsttM stabtoe am tb pmae raebteh. \VOODROT'GH & MePHARLIN'S 1( CELEBRATED AND BAW8 O0 ALL .INDS. D WM. L. OUAS3 ING. New Orle() s, W Sole Agent hr the Sotlher statee. NOTICH 3OTIONI The partnrsihip bawloibre egrtg· aw te £em of Castello }U gier, bas bee dhms by insaf m. I seat, John Nagler &mnteg aUlt mMrttms. JAMS CAISTULLO. AugIO.5w JOHN NQGIERL . 1 H uadav'a. Iest Wrsd .Wess. I: 'IS'OM WINDOITST MILL. maauman raw by tee U lh mia,. Woo_ l le nd PUM Oenmey. Orders Left at the PLTasTaO' Aans Ooe Perwardlel WIND MILL POs ARMl PUMPImNG. BATAIA, L, , 10. MY DIat tht-Whoe you get iree of this vemrath.g pump. pamp, pumping for tehk ee fyor im, uealder that milliona of hor power ar dCla sweepl. throlgh the heerene over your rms, as fee to all as the gift of God ca make It; ready te do all this hbd wert for you, when you e read toe t tera thi b e t the.ortofh lete Idu oared trom vtli. datty bares plre ling walter, as tha the euIe ea have all the waser they wet, eea whoe they w..s itL ea, lLak your bn C LM Lh Lh perll l When yea drat wltths the wering at this naeeae io your rn. and the bre vaiell at ol w,. "e aD contestedl. eae odies i what a baetlfll waenr hman .kill has th eemiellee the elemeate I save hlmia muncse, ed ani thes hard week rstver dam away wIth, yLr eyes wil pre deit, ae yea w sry we have rlll r preme, fat we weuld net yes VALUE O PANE PUMPIN hIeLL. There ae headeabat Lead., wemeaeeneseatab hem eemare lT thee Ie e i a ` eV m m ý ph Weeithereet rlbl bbm rd theLe, del c uwma S Br 0I --La. meC rlre'I 3. NEW ADVERTISEIIENTS. -i HuIgdrdag'a Patc t JWind MfIIII. (Coatinnet.) Ir D. TIP.IONOF WIND MILL AND EI, HIO:UI LATItO QUALITIES. We have no language to make you fully appreciate the beautiful movements of this device. In order to do this, Ion must be an eye witnees of the planner in which it fhrla its own sails, when wind storms of great power sweep over It; and to avoid useless wear of mill, it can be easdly arranged, at a trifling expense to stop itself when the tank is full, and of ltse!f resume work when water I n used from the tank, and thus appears more like a thing of life and intelligence than a mere machine, Youn will And that It is no rudely built, unsightly thing, liable to constant repairs, but really beautiful and ornamental. and the most durable machine ever used on the farmn EVIDENCE OF VALUI:. The annexed testimonials in thin circular fwu, li,,, s whohave our Wind Mills in use, give evildence of the a most atisfactory character as to their ralus for pumping' y water, grindlng grain, etc., and all Lgree a., they become better acquainted with the utility and great value ýt this a Invention, its real worth cannot be expretilsed btv nn valautiog, and recommend wind power as ioe of I he asnt C usefdl and valuable improvements that e;u be intro- c Sdated upon a farm. PRICE OF FARIt PL'UMINi WINDI MLLS. 1I SINo. Diameter i Hore Power j Peice at S.hop 1 l Feet. hInrse. . w 14+ ' t .. .5 U- ) 3 12 1 3,5 0t 5 14 1 "-5 at ~- - - -f tDUIIABIILIT. We acknowledge before asking you to plrt hr::., a - ia A. chine of any kind, you should be e satitled be nd nil . reasonable donbt in regardto its durability :,tid before payingforit, should have an opportunity t . te.t it thlr- E. oughly, and be satisfied in regard to its .elihanicalt eii struction which will readily entisfy you otn this point:. We do not ask you to purchase or pay us f.,r a Wind Mi:l. L untilyon are fully convinced beyond ati doubt it reia- t, tion to the fact that most interects tyou. \.ie trength. I durability, and self regulating propertiv.. 1 ;f,.aln v.ar- . experience, and the testimony of thouoandl who have '. our Wind Mills in use, encourage us in it-e titli-t that ti, lncreased demand and the flattering testimont we are I rereving, is an acknowledgement of the wort' onI r-itpe riority of our Wind Mill over ail others,. HEALTII OF ANIMALS, I t The waste of time, and the hard work, is, bhno ten.-i , p, all the objection to hand pumping. Every intelligent far mer knows that neither the boys nor the hired help are always reliable, and the old gentlemen himself is somnic- t timestired. or is absent in the evening trtu,, home. the stock are neglected until next day, when the cattle, al most famished, fill themselves so full of coll water on a C' winter's morning, that they stand and shiver for hours, to their great injury; and if the water is any considerable Rot distance from the yard in brooks or springs. they will ri not go for it until very thirsty, when the resnlts are the same. Every stock raiser also knows that cattle are more Col or less uneasy, and become unruly when not well sup. A plied with water, and are continually breaking through enclosures, damaging crops, and straying away from se home in pursuit of it. And those who have our wind ti mills, say in the spring they could see a marked Improve ment in thecondition of their stock, fully plaving f-r theI outlay the first winter. Farmers often scoop out an art tflcelal pond, and in warm weatherand in ily time cattle stand there for hours, and it soon becomes a warm, offen- sit: yive mass of flth; which they are forced to drink or die. t FROST 'ROOF TANK. I By making a vat sixteen feet long. eight feet wide and two et deep. setting directly oh the ground. vatu have a I reeervotr holding nearly sixty barrels, which wilt tupply - water through occasilonal calms. L X. L. IRON FARM GRIST MILL. Ourl. 1. L, Iron Farm (rist Mill, we desire to bring h to the notlee of the farmers of the Northwest, knowing R as we do from practical demonstrations. obtained by op orating these Mills and from the testimony of hundlreds who htvae them in use, that our efforts to produce the - eheapest, and most durable and perfect Feed Mill ever before constructed, have been fully realized, anl we have no hesitancy in offering it to the farming commu nitg, knowing it possesses all the qualities necessarv to meet their wants, viz: simplicity. durability and cheap es, being made entirely of iron, the grinding vuruaces are the only parts liable to wear out, and they c, n Ie re placed at a trifling expense, at the low price that tlfev are offered, they are superior to any other Feed Mill in use I when power required to operate, and quantity and quality feedground is considered The patent chilled Iron plates, unlike any other mill ever constructeld, has a grinding surface In both sides, when one side is worn out, to they can be reversed, thus one set of plates is eqal in valae to two setson the old plan. The grinding surface of these mills are self-adjusting, do not require, "backing C up" in order to make them run true. These mills can be operated by any power desired. We furniash horse powers for operating them, or parties whto have pow'ers ean be supplied with pulleys of suitabie size, spur or beval Jacks properly geared to operate themn and give the desired speed for the most effective work. The eampety of No. 1 mill is from 6 to 1hF No. ?, from 10 to 3 No. 3from 15 to25 bushels per hour. No. 1,6 Inoh Iron Grinding Plates................4.0 00 ga c " ........... .. 45 0) " l3, " . ..rectio..s. o p0eo ,ail irections for eperali tg sent with each meill. GRINDING AND, CoOKING FEED--A . \VIN. ; 'f 100 PER CENT. ,resr aarBrJV that fifty bushels of corn reand wdl eooadl al equal to one hundred bushels fed In theraw or nnground state, and one hundred bush. els of raw corn, fed to a pun of healthy hoo. will in ereasetheir weight only d00 pounds, if simply ground, 1900 pounds, and if ground and well-cooked 1600 pounds, or a gain equal to 100 per cent.: thus a large saving is made by grinding and cooking feed, and those who are extaenave feeder cannot affor to feed grain in the old wasteful manner. We eafuhrnish Farmers' Boilers that are adapted for either woodor soft coal. They have alarge heating sur face, and are very economical in the uci of fuel. They ary neapaecty from fifteen to one hundred and ten CUSTOM FLOURING WIND GRIST MILL. Wind mills have been used for flouring wheat for ages. When steam power was introduced, the three following objectionsto windmills for grain grinding, caused them to be discontinued in many parts of the world: First, the occasional calms; second, the danger of injury by violent winds; third, the great trouble and annoyance of a supervision of the sails of a large wind mill in the sadden changes of the wind. Notwithstanding these objections the ancient wind mill is extensively used. We were Informed by an intelligent German from Fondatt. Poland, that when he left, eighty large flouring wind mills were in successful operation. The inventive talent of Mr. Halladay and Wheeler, have now entirely obviated the last two objections, which must. at no distant dtay. I ea-se the grinding of the largest portion of grain raised In the world, by the power of wind. The experience of the owners of the wind grist mills already at work, demonstrate fully that here is a rare chance to secure a safe investment and profttable buslgers. PRICE OF POWER AND WIND GRIST MILLS. No. I iameter I Horse Power I Price at .hop 10 30 ' 8 " 00 00 11 I 36 I 12 1liH) 00 1s 40 15 1500 00 13 0 3 " I 3000 00 14 I 60 " 45 " I 3300 One of these mills of 58 foot diameter, at Freeborn, Minnesota, which has been in successful operation two years; another, g2 foot diameter, 42 horse power mill cqt be seen at Owa.ona•. Minnesota. with two run of ston: also a 4eet diameter mill at work for E. Lamb, of Downer's grove, 20 miles west of Chicago which, in fair wind, grbda200 bushels of corn per day. Baldwina Mills, Jackson Co. Mich, Jan. 30 1O9. W. H. Peadleton, Agent U. S. W. E. & P. Co., Kalama se', Mich. Dear 8ir-I write to Inform you that the mill is a per. feet scess In every respect, and that It has saved as an lamenase amount of hard labor during the three months it has been In operation. It aetslike a thing of life hav lag brains, so complete and prfect in its o eratio reagto get excited in the se et bl a.The ree severl about here talking of ttaeg them, andI wantrou should come out here one nait week, if posible. I think it will be to your ad vantage it do so. Yours. etc., W B. THORN. Manchester, Apcil'UI. let;. W. H. Penoletoe, Agent U, 8. W. E. & P. Cr., Kala m maneo, Mlch. Deer Sir-I reply to your inquiries with roegard to the work ngof my Wind Mill,. I would reply. it has more than me my opeetationu in every respect; ha. pumped all the waer for ay larle stock during the pest winter. No eouideretlon wrould Induce me to discontinue Its nse adlo beck oae the old plea. My ll has been visited by hundred., and yaou will fed no trouble in selling ne erl mills this section am very respectfully vonrs, oet., L. D. WATKINS. iuwagiae, Caa Co.. Mtch , De~. . lt'ji. W. 3. Pea4dio. Agent C. . W. E. & P. Co.. Kalana. se, Mleh. Dear Sir-As for the Wind Mill, the longer I have it, t the betet I like it. and I think by another aeason t'ere wlllbeashlaaestoeellanumber in this part, Hoping mad wishlag yeo esees, I am yours, truly, C. P. PRINDLE. VALUABLE SUGAR LAND. FOR SALE. Nive andred aresn of land ituate on both soles of Bay.. ChM., Pariah o 8L Martin, and in T. 10. R. 10. ., aT.11 n 1 WE., aninear Bayou Sorrel Bay. The Ct. a.aid will pw near thls Iand, which will am i.a a.amthar Ytear, to the TeeyH A part of thin la, l E, rodmed tleaour bogbeh of sogr Smo ame, &ldI oe valuable for the cultivation of m er. afsata. It e lmmediately n tran 1ý1s~ V0 ela b ebw r M tore. Wood Yard, ik''l 'w m ms1site, or 1 ock Yard, being in Lasbo t 0e h bua t ber renion in tbm South. lam.set'amaef La Cyjprea Swamp adjoiuelg tL Mrtml awyr womm land adjoIng, and wmll l i tr I any etawl mfia tom Itt a r N IMMO, Or to Dasa immera iret, Dtab bewrni ow q S. NE.W AD VEm TISlEfIMNlTs SU B8CRI PTIONS FURI: DENNETT'S DESCRIPTIVB CIR CCLL.AIS AND MAPS. the b1 Attakapas and St. Landry--Southwestern b Lo ulstana. ten ter Parish of lit. Laemby t ti.7 eopyl- $I,000 ,n Pariash of Iberi,, 4,10) - 4.0 le ludge D. t Are v y 417 100 1 W. F. Weeks 47 70 - W. F. W,,he It., 15 5J Parish of ;i. Mary 1.334 200 Jam,.* B Price "500 75 W, .. Fellowra - .0 C Walker x. Brouoa0 1 13 C he " ClevelanI 10t) 15 C g J. A. O'Nill t. 15 .e Cl.aris.. Morgaln C , o0) 135 C 'o- Charles Whitney A. Cu. 5114 75 C I Dr. Jtu.es O. NoK e, P're't Board of D oCummis.iouera of 1wmigratlon 1,l.r . 1.10 B G . . Sim .iun.. Mouund City I. ' L . . Co ;a .. 73 1I. 1!. 1.....a., for tiagr sihyd Co. SO') 43 k) CI 05 0. C ilxM)SslOt NK1ictanr,, Cl 0) Ti I h,bert here, 5 Carondelet Street IU " 15 :4 I'. S. Wiltze, Carondelet Street 100 IJ Mi ('. II. Mouton & Co ,12 Caroudelet At. 100 135 1I I'rkLun, r win-on & Co. Carondelet St. 100 15 Ei - j A. Mloton, (Common St. 100 . 15 E " A. Tertrot, & Co., Union it. 100 " 15 F E. Rou cher7.au & Co., Merchants 100 15 Ft L-nt. State MSut. Iu. Co. 100 ' 15 Co Lou. M ut In". o. 100 " I5 S,-chaidt a Zeigler, March'th(a 100 " 13 F Sanal Iank 100 15 Re 1. tJ. Pavyt i., .lMrcha. su 100 " I3 i . N. I ane, Merchant 100 13 Or L. II. Gardiler &. Co., Merchant", 9R Pr Common St., 10) "" 1 Fi ,iupllauticr .& llydell, 19 Dr (Old Levee 100 " 13 Dri Samplon lros,Merchants,33Royal 8. 100 " 15 C Mutual Insurance Co. 100 1" G01 ('. F. Girardy & Co., Auctioneera, 17 G Exhanuge Place 100 " 15 OG Cavaror, President Bank of Orleans 100 15 Cot W. S. Pike, Banker, Camp Street 100 " 15 Col Robt. S Moore, Exchange Broker,Ca. Be rondelet St, 100 15 Bea Col. Jan. T. Tucker, 2t Carondelet ;t. HGu AKent Central Iii. R. R. I0 " 15 H Sent off from Banner Ofee, and dis Hid tributed M id Hid !7 4o0 Hid . Iron COPIaS TAXla. Parish ,f tt Landry . 6,6g7 Citizens and Parish of Iberia 4,334 " 8t. Mary 9,434 Illulinle- mren and Citizens of Xew Oteas 7,000 rellt from Banner ofice 1300 Total 91,93 'l'hir lit will he published until the middle of lieptem her It any other par:rhes or individuals wish to sub acrih. for C'rrulara and Maps. we will be pleased to place their subscriptio.s on the above list. Fourhle Louufsarna WPsae Fair. REi1'OR [ OF COMMITTEES. -I Bleat on.onarated Lye fol making soap, awarded to the Alden Chemloal Works. Best Concentrated Potasb,awarded t- the Alden Chemical Works. li.st file I.Ludry Soup. Alden Ohemloel Works. ALDEN WORKS'E, POTASH, SOAP, ETC. QUEEN OF ENGLAND SOAP. THE STRONGEST PURE SOAP MADE. For doing a family washing, in the cheapest, best and quickest manne. T..T. g . iKsi , bTan noR , and lathering qualities of genuine OCastile. We have sold to many families, who state It Is twice as strong as any they-have used; that they ean do their washing in half the time they take with other soape. Being of extra strength, it washes the same Is salt, hard, cold, or warm water. It requires no soda or other mix tures, and none should be used, and it is lust the thing for fine linens or flannels, leaving the clothes ales, white and sweet, without shrinking or injury. This great laboer saving soap should be in every family. Try it BSee that the words "Alden's Chemical (Works" are on each bar. If you wish to make your own soap use ALDEN WORKS LYE. It makes splendid hard soap for one ceat per poend, or nearly a barrel of best quality soft soap by auing one !pound of Alden works Lye; the cheapest article In use for cleaning type, softening water, cleaning gummed machinery, making washing solution, or any purpose for which lye is used. Don't be deceived by so-clsimed cheap low priced goods. See that each package reads "Alden Chemical Works," and you have Afteen pounds of good hard soap guaranteed. BAInBRIDoE, Lancaster Co., Pa., Feb. 13, 1869. Mr. E. A. Themea, Dear Sir-We reeeantly procured five boxes of the Alden Works Lye, and used It accord. ing to the directions, and we obtalned from those tAe boxes seventy-five pounds of the nicest hard soap I ever saw. iMy neighbors were atonished when they saw it. I have been trying a great many diterent kinds of lye before, but could nover get more than fire pounds to the box. MaRY 8. (ROnY.. En'ey & Kimberly, Grocers, Bealtimore, d., one of the largest wholesale ouses, wb us November 15, 1867, "What will you sell Alden Works, Philadelphia, [Lye. at5 Have sold dierent makes, but years alone gives universal satisffacetion." July 7, 1809, Pressman of the North Ameriean says: "I consider one pound of Alden Works Lye equal to two of Pennsylvania Salt Company's for eleainag type." ALDEN WORKS POTASH. L'ARANTEED BQUAL TO ANY IW TU uNAWrr. CREAMINE SOAP. A now discovery, compounded of Olive Oil, Cream and G;lycerine. The hardest and roughest skin, by the use of this splendid toilet soap, will be made white and as soft as satin. Should be in every nnursery. Should be in every bath room. Should be in every hoteL Highly perfumed. yet costs no more than common soap. The finest genuine Castile soap is made fromalive oil alone, this in addition is perfumed. Nothing better fore MRS. R. S. ALDEN'S HAIR RESTORER AND DRESSING. OIL OF BENNE. (SeAM t1 INDICLM ) A pnrely vogetableextraet, nneqalled as a preserva tivo n4 dreasing for the hair. Restore. permaneatly, blanched or gray hair to its natural color. Invigoratse the scalp, producing aLundant hair. Prlo*, ifty Oemte per Bettle. MIss. K 8. ALDENEU EXTRACT or JASBMIE A PKLIGHTFUL PDRYUNI. Peo, Fifty Cents Pr slou.. SampIoes .ent by mail on receiplt uf prirr. ALDEN CHEMICAL WORKS, 8 WNorth Front Btreet PhBade . rFor uJe by Franin. I a.--MITH & CO.. PERIET & PRERE, FELIX BIG. Centreville. La -A. B. ETIE) NE. New IHbri& La-BLANCHET & VEAZEY. JAMES A LEE. 8OULIER & DECUIR, E. L ZELL. Sm.yl8 And by the trade ieneraly WAUTED. - WAWTED. f e cane. nIar Cheaeylle, La. For partclar ap Sply at tbs Ocaier. . . s priue deurrrut anb Tattk fltarket WHOLEBALE PRICES. IR- CAREPULLY CORRECTED WEEKLY IFrom the . 0O. Price Current i Sugar, Loulsiana, r lb 1 to 134 Sugar, Havana, white 134 to 14 stern SUear, Loaf 134 to - Morr e . Louhisna, p gal t Molasses, Louisiana afllanery. 3) to - Molasses, Cuba 35 to 45 Cotton I) to 18 A 1,000 Bagging, Kentucky, # yard - to 274 Bale Rope per lb 4 to tN 460 Bran per 1001bs 1 20 to - 100 Brisks per M 10 to I. 70 Bricks. Fire, English 00 to 7U 15 Bricks, Fire.. American 44i to aji 2 Candles. Adamautlne, per lb IS to 814 73 Chocolate, Cocoa. per b :Il to 6 Chocolate, No. 1, to ; 13 Chocolate, Sweet and spiced : to t167 15 Cider, Northern, per bbl 13 to - 1S Coal, Anthrancise, per ton 11 00 to 12 00 Coal. Cannel. 1. to - 15U Coal, Western., per bit - to 30S Coffee, Rio gold, per lb 17 to 17 w 375 orn Meal, per bbl i; to, 73 Cotton Reed, per ton I.p to - Cotton Seed, in sacks l' to vO.0 I Drugs-Arrowroot, JamatI.t pet.lb - to 40 1:4 Bermuda 0) to to, Opium i , 73 to I: J SQuinuine, per or ' 35 t, " 40 A iMorphine v S0 to 1o 7,0 ' 4 Indigo, per lb 1 75 to I e" . Chickens, gro wn. 'r .~.hr -- to .;0 Chickens, young : t0 to - Tnrkies 11 00 to t, ,0 1 alt, Western spring. per bus 1 he20 to 2 25 IS Malt. Canada i S)", L' 75, 13 Hops, per lb 14 to 30 tio 15 Eggs, Western, per dloe 30 n 3 Jut 15 Eggs Western, per bbl to 3 tn) B. 15 Feathers, per lb l'G to 1 00 Mackeral, No.'l. per bb! to 23 15 Mackerel, No. 2 -- to 1 L0 IS Cod Fish. per box 1 73 t w . 15 Herrings 7 t , - Flax seed, per IIb 4 t,, IS Flour, per bbl I bt to r Sj 15 Raiains,layer, por box to, Lemons, per box 14 t. - 1 Orlanre, louutstaual M. i_ O to Jut 15 Oranges, Messlna, per box 7 to - Prunes, per lb 14 to 1,4 F 1! Figs, Drum 0 to - C Dried Apples per lb P to 9 JA 13 Dried Peaches 10 to 11 OC SCitron .30 1 - TH Almonds, softohell, per lb 24 to R. Almonds. Shelled 40 to -- Ge 15 Glass, French, 8xl0, fifty feet 3 23 to 3 73 Glass, " lOx1t 3 50 to 4 Glass. " 2xl8 4 to 4 50 15 Grain-Oats, sakekper bushel 63 to - 15 Corn 1 00 to 1 40 lbet 15 Wheat 1 32 to - Ien Cow pease 1 50 to '8 Beans, Western. per bl - to 9 1. 15 Beans, Northern 10 to 11 it a Gunny Bags, per hag 19 to .1') com Hay, Western, per ton 30 00 to 35 00 ing 13 Hay, Louislana none ing Hides, Mexican dry flint, per lb 19 to 20 boen Rides, country 17 to 18 'et Hides, Texas, stretehed 1 to I19 2. 10 Hides, Dry, salted 16 to 17 Intel Iron, Pig. per ton 43 to - bet Iron cotton ties, per lb 64 to reas Lead. per 100 lb 11 to 12 prey SLead Pipe, per lb 13 to Its Leather, sole, Hemlock, per lb :13 to 35 lfm leather, sole, Oak 42 to 48 guar 67 Leather, Calf Skins per due 42 to 75 their 4 Leather, Texas Rough, per lb 24 to 3 ure 34 Lime-Shell, per bbl 1 73 to - this 00 Western I 5 to 2 the L 0Rockland 2 to 2 3 of th - Cement to - Al 33 Plaster Part350 to 375 polic Lumber-Yellow pine, inch, pe 14 to cl i n Cypress 3) to 33 tiam Oak I t' 3, I TI SShinagles 4 to 4 ,"S Laths 753 to 3 esit ( Moss-Gray Country, per lb 2 to 3) Moss. BIack 5 to At Moss, Select Black, water rotted I to 8 A( Nails, American, I to CA. per 101 lbs - to I.3 r Tar, perbbl - to 3 60 jcs Pitch, Southern 2 30 to 3 50 Rosln, No. 1 3 00 to 4 4 I Rosin, No. 2 0 to - Rosin No. 3 I 7 to - Spirits Tcrpeutiue, per g.l - to 4.i Oils-Coal, In barrels, per gal - to 4 Coal, In eses 44 to 46 Ilrd - to 1 49 Linseed I I to 1 18 Sperm 1 75 to a Neatfoot 1 75 to 2 ' Paints-Lead, white. per 10,) Ils to Iri Porter, London, quarts, per ldo 4 to m Ale, Northern, per bbl 17 to 22 Beef. Western, per bbl 22 to 24 Beef, Texas 1I to 14 Pork, Mess 30 00 to 30 50 Bacon, Hams, per lb 23 to 21 No Canvassed 19 to 20 June 81des 174 to le4 ept, ILrd, prime, In kegs, per Ib 171 to 18 Butter, Northern 38 to 46 Butter, Western 16 to 33 Cheese,Northern 1A to 9'l Cons Cheese, Western 17 to 21 of LL Potatoes, Louisiana, per bbl 3 25 to 3 50 le g td Onions I W to x. " a ffm . , per i3 to 7i Salt Liverpool. per sack to 10 Embi e ep.Western, per lb to 74 ncln Northern .to 12 I sped S outhern 1 to 104 choc Catioe -14 to 16 SBopfi ts-Brandy. C',gua, per gal 7 to 15 o d, American 1U 40 to- 3 Well r Whisky. Western Rectiled 1 30 to 1 32 logic SAbynthe, per dozen 25 to 2t Vermonth i tol 1 Stareh,perlb r4 t n a 6~w "4 to 7 S llow, City Rendered 11 to Il t Country Rendered 10 to 10U Teas.-Imperial,perlb 95 to 1 50 ran Gunpowder I 00 to 2 know Bouehong 50 to 65 Vinegar, Cider, per gal 18 to 25 Vinegar, French White wIne per bbl 13 to 15 30 Of ec Winesa--Port, per gaIl I 25 to 10 myt ideib 2 tolO cepte S&herry, t casks 1 15 to 15 e ms ClaretM-Bordsaeux, cask 52 to 100 CaO Clr'et, ln case per dos 3 40 to 15 chlrg " Chmae, per dog 18 to 40 Catawba 250to 4I r Wool-Washed, perlb 32 to 40 Mexican 20 to , Militn p Bhry 17 to afford a Lonuisiana, native 18 to 01 Cadet - 6250 CATTLE MARKET. Texas cattle are selling in the New Orleans market at from $16 to 060 per head. Hop................................. d 00 l 11 00 bSheep ................................ 3 00 H 800 Mlch Cows, Chole................... 80 00 5 125 00 Mlch Uows ................... ....... 50 00 H 80 00 Calves................................ 1000 a 15 00 Goats..............----. ........... 150 400 Just Receifed. A FIU L.L ASSOI RTMEN T -or SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS Consilting in part, of MEPS AND Y'8S CLOTNING, MEN'S AND DOT'S HATS, ME'S AND OT'S FUNISHING GOOD. 3zmxm=OC= . of sty·U-~~LYL IIP· MERIhNO AND FANCY CASSIMEIE. B~N TRILLS, DECK MAREILLES, AND SILEC. VE8TINCTýg. All of which will be sold by the Yard or Pattera AT NEW ORLEANS RETAIL PRICES, OR MADE UP TO SUIT THE FASHION OF THE SEASON, OR WISHES OF THE WEARER. PETEIMAN KIRONLAGE NO. I, COR. MAIN AND COMMERCE ST. Juu; "° Framnkln, La. . . R.estr, TIN. COPPER AND SHEET IRON WORKER Mala Street. raaklfa, La. Keeps constantly on hand a supply of Copper and Ware at reasonableprices. Orderssolicited and promptly attended to. I ranklin. Jan. 19. 1867. ly laq. .*ewtcre Rlchards, No. 16o Cstomboae street, between Dauphine and Burgundy streets. New (Means. Stone sad marble for all building purposes, including tombs, monaments, &rave tones, marble-floor-tile, eurb ad stoues, etc. Hydranlic cement. Depot for the sale of ichards Cape Lime, a superior quality for all the prpsea of sugar pltersn, m-anys e.. manufaet redat is arbleQ urue, Mo. nolly SPECIAL NOTICES. *!IgHnd CliV 'Vugu. LE eIna rance Company. Of at. Len., la 1asourt. *:aj i Lapital of 10,000, already Ito. alsk a gurantged Capital of FZAJ.ý, a1 Asset., )lay 15,1810 " I6,MSI1 88 TI 1 Number of Policies issued so faria &to d 7-!. May~ 31 01 I Fl Oneor. O(it aret OUimJnUL Lotsk LJA M . J. o A L LO X P r esid e ntl A. M. BRITTON Vice Predenti A. It. BICKNERn Ain-at 8 tary C. (G. McRATTON --Gneral Agent W. HATCH - Medical Omeer W. W. (IRISSOM -Conulting Physiciaa W. B. HIIARVEY . Conaltag Actuary I Directors: & JAM. I I.t LCa. JAR. J. OFPALLON A. M BRITTON, A. B. UARRI8ONi , M A. HATCH. W. C. BIPPLE. C 1. M. WATPRUMAW. A. H. BtCKNER. A. WrDOWP.LL. j Omeera of Loultrana Ageincy: tiov. C. H. MOUTON . Presdent. Jndgy E. T. MERRICK . *Vle.Preeident. B. B $IMME - . Secretary. Medleal Riamlimera W. O. AUSTIN. M. D. - -J. N. vOLWNLL. Y.D. Loisitana Direetors ;. C. If. MOUTON. ofC. . H. Mouton & Co Judge E. T. MERRICK, of Race. Foster & g. T. Merrick. F. H. HATCH, of Samuel Smith & Co. C. CIIISM, of Chism & Boyd. JAMES JACKSON, of Jackson & Manteo OCTAVE VOORHIES.ef G. W. Ba~ ker A&O. THOMAM FITZWILLIAM,ofT. Yatstwllfm &a On. i R. S. MORSE, Proprietor City HoteL (en. B. B. BSIMMES. The Mound City Mutual Life Itsramnee Company being a home inetitutioa, it shou!d be preferred by citi zens of the South for many reasons. We will, however, enumerate only two or three; i. The money invested in it is retained at home, where it assests in promoting Western and Southern trade and commerce, in building up towns and cities, in develop ing our rich mineral and agricultural resources, In build ing our great lines of railroad, and in cultivating our boundless prairies. For these reasons Southern and Western men should Insure in it. 2. As its funds are all invested where high rates of interest t.revail. it can grant insurance cheaper and pay better dividends than any Eastern Company. For this reason all persons desiring to make a certain and safe provision for their families, should insure In it. Its Local Board of Louisiana Directors being oomp d of men of high standing in the community, is a m dlent guarantee that widows and orphans will be protected in their rights, when polices issued by this Company ma ture by reason of death or otherwise. This is pecular to this company, (no other institution beyond the limits ao the State having a local board) and is, therefore, worthy of the highest consideration. All kinds of Policies are Issued by this Company. All policies non-forfeiting. I This Company makes no charge for policy, fee or y stamps. The Loulsiana Branch Oee is In the Story Btailding uip Stairs, No. 3, corner Cump and Common streets, oppo site City Hotel, New Orleans. .. IL ntmume. State Agert for Louisiana, New Orleans. Agents for the Parsh of St. Mary, D. DEXNETT, Franklin; Dr. A. MAGIRE, Cypremort. jer.3-tf Leiuiafarno ftate Unirer-511. (Ami .banged frm LftIlaana State Semiarqy.) BATON ROUGE, LA. Vnnndwdl an4 migrfed by the Stat. ef Leastaue. Nintih 8eslion, Now in prsgrwee, will close the last Wednesday in June, 1&70; th' next sesieon will begin Arat Monday Ia Peptember ntt, and wWill ootlne te months. Academic Board. Consists of sfull torps of able instructors ha all branehe. of Literatul a.d sueaee uenally taught to the hest Col. I gres and I nlUteVea. Course or Study. Embraces a reparatr and an eadeste department, Including -h "lte7ly delntiie, and optional course, a spojl school ot l eyi. . sad i al moraeia Library, Auaratus and Cabinet., Well selected and valable; the geological and miacra logical cabinets, ete., the largest and most complete in the Month, embraclng the extensive collections of the late Col. Wailes. of Mississippi, and the Cabinets of the topo graphical, geological and botancal suarvey of Lotlelasu. Admission (Granted to cadets not under ifteen years of age, who know Arithmetic, English Grammar and Geography. Expenses Of every kind, except clothing. for ten months, $330 900 payable in advance, balance February 1st; or by ac cepted draft, at P per et. foernlnety days. Payments may be made through the Canae-or Citizens' Bank. Cadets received at any tine during the seei. and charged from date of entrance Discipline, Military, with daly drill. A battery of four ga will afford ?acilitios for Instruction in Artllery. Uniform of Cadet-gory cloth, to be had at the lnstitution at a cost of $25 00 per suit. For further information, address D. BOYD, Superintendeant Ofice of the Cnive:sity,in New Orleans, at Swarbrlek & Co.'s, 56 Camp Street. UCntil the rebuilding of the College Edidee, lately do. stroyed by are, near Alexandria, the Institution is tea. porarily located at Baton Rouge, tn t the Deaf and Damb Asylum. Location very healthy uad aeeomsdatioas ample for a large number of Cadets Number this se. sion.l. 17. - . may. ly. AGENT TO PROCURE LAND TITLES. OFFIOZ AT U. . &'UTOM OM . Fankdin, La. I will procure erttceatee of eoafmaitles sa psates, for State or United States laads, or eoples such titles if the originals are lost No title safe or eamplee before patent, and yet, no one lead owner in twenty has his patent. The longer a piatet is daltyedl the lbuard b. comes the proof of the applicant's right If mes wish to transmit their homes to their wives sad chldren, fee from trouble and Ilitigatis, they should at oace get and record their patent., for "the momeat a petent pm. the great r. a, itI bey. d the power of the gver.mea offm.eers." The Spreme Courts of this tlate ad eof the United Stat, have bheld that until the pate.t is..ee, the title "remains In the goveameat, notwithstaading thesale nod receipt of the price," ad until a ptent ises, the title of tbhs United States Is sot divested, ad the whole matter relative to surveys, location, settlement ea. d isles of the public 1 ad a.ls . . . urtr tof I las .-.e* ee a sale, or set meds an illegal entry, and It action cannot be inquired late by a State Coun. Jet/if Steauser Easmeunr.e. The undersigned having pransd the steemar an- W. prisefor the towing and jobbng busnes, are nw r pared to do any busines of the kind thaUt the .l may deire. We wiI also keep eonaiatly o, he.l fr sa.i and delivery, at short notto., Bogsheed and Barrel stave, Pe, Shingles, ihekls, Board., Fir Wood, a For putieulars, apply toapt. aanders em Bard Steamer Enterprise, or to Dr. Saint, a hiso .. o Main Street, JOHN D. mAINT, Franklin, July 20. 31 r, ae s.Ars.w. W e. Mreat to Iwpf f 89" Levy, ageoa, ofers to swap is general & 'aror and Staple Dry Ge.*i , Clethilng and (leatlesman'a ura~lalag G Beets and Shoes, Rata and Capse Groceret, Tlmware, Hard ware, Quoen's Was'* and Saddlery, For '. 8. Troaury Notes. fHaving purehaset my Father's stoek, at e*eeediagty low fgures, Im preparcd to sell, fr cash, g4 to suit he times. Call and see for yourselyw, iy13 ly -- `- -- ------... NO. 105 TCHOUPITOU BR 8' T, New Orleans, Is now prepared to furnih Broom Cor ap. for taking the seed off Broom Corn; Machines for hand orpower, or both combined, rce P4 0 ad $a. Tems as, or City a 1ceptauc. Tbhe highest umake pOte paid for broom corn. Broom macb:nery and boom ma terials of all kinds always on hand. Jy62sq.m .T. RA6BACH. Fresh 8upples.~ The Franklin Confeceionary ba now a Nw &oda, Fountain, which will be kept up during the hot weather Altso a fresh supply of Dry (ioobe, Fanes Goods Family (roceries, Candles, Cakes, and oter Confe.tien ary Artles-Preeres, Pickles, Sadnes, RaLeo. Almonds, ungars, etc., etc. LEPORT RJTF.* . ,he '"7-l y NEW ORLEANS CARDS. SAlltakapas .Tlail Transportatlon Company. SteamersrWARRENBELLE. ANNA E., PEERLESS, andMINNIE AVERY, in ooanection with Morgan's L. & Texan Railroad. Leave Brashear d!!y on the arriv r a ofth ears from New Orleans. Lave "Ner lberia da.L7 at 3 o'clock P. x., connecting toi:l t. down traln al Brashear. 9 TRILWEEKLI TIPS WILL BE 31AD1 TUS T IJ.t.flisVli. LRates of Passage. From New Orleans to Brashear, 80 mll.... .. 9 ... .o Pattersonvllle.,i. mic. . .. 5 () S to Centreville, 102 mlee . . . U1 t. to Franklin, 107mln... .. to 'Charenton, 127 miles ...... 6 rSt to Jeanerette. 136 miles........ rl ;. to New Iberia, 146 miles .... 7 ,. .. to St. Mar.ineville.136miles ... YO N .. to Vermilionville, 171 miles.... 10 (0 .. . to Grand Coteau, 106 tles ... 10 jt to Opelon-as, 196 miles ....... l Washingtou. 1' miles ....... L Vr. Tariff--Sep. Ist, 1869. Sugar. per hogsheed ................... ..... ji tea Mohua es, per barrel ................ .... ....... r Molasses, per half barrel ......... .............. Cotton, per bale.............. ........ . .. . Cotton in seed, corn sacks .......... . ........... Cotton in seed, per 100 lbs...................... Cotton in seed, oat sacks ............... ... . AU Cotton seed. per 100......................... 3. Moss, perbale-large ... ..... I .. Mos, per bale-small........................ . I Potatoes in sacks .. .... Hides, dry ............ . .. . ....... . .. Hides, dry.... Hides, green.......................... . .... Beeves ............... . .. . , Two year olds..... . .. Yearlings ........ .... Suckling calves. ... Hoge, 200 tbs... ..... 150 to ..... . .. " 100 m .............. ..................... I . 0 ................... ........ . Shotes ................................ ......... Sheep. .. . . . . Eggs, per doe ...... .... . . .__ Coop of Poultry, per foot .................... . F lour, per lb . .. ... . . ..... . .. . i Measurement of Goods per feet .................. 12 T. TI'PPER. President. 2, Carontelet street, N. O. N. B. Insurance by th!+ Ise reluer.d to one-half pe ber t. November 1,1 868-.ly. J. G. Parkerson, Parish Recorder and EZ-Offmclo Notary Publio Within and for the PA I.ce OF ST, LC.ARY Since the year A r .. 1f .f, Mlilliaard oouse. -BY MRS. MI. R. HILLIARD Main street. AlJoining awalm's at.amboa Landing, New Iberia, La. This Ions afford, superior accomtnodatlons to the traveling publie. It is situated on the Teche, and our rounded by large and shaded grounds. Its ruon s are commodious and and airy. and the table It always sup plied with the best the merket affords. Families wishing to spend a few weeks iu a pleseaunt and healthy retreat, will dAnd the HILLIARD HOUSi pecu° lanly adapted to their purpose. apOT ly James .. Creshamu, BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER, 92 Camp St, New Orleans Has for sate those m!rarles of cheapness, 8hakespeare complete, for 50 cents: Byron, Bnrn, Moor.e, Dante, Ta.e. Milton. Scott, Tennyson complete, for 50 cents; these books are printed in clear ;ype, on good paper, and some ofthem are illustrated. Any of the above will be .ailed on receipt ofpr pr 30 cents. Family BLbles from - to $40, with plaeee for photographs, Prayer books, Potsestant and Catholic, In all styles of binding and all prle.; Webster's and Woreoter's Die Ionarue, new quarto the largest and best selected stock Smedcabooka in New Orleans, at Northern prices; a ,ray larga stock of school and miacellaneons hoeks, r. Oreshom Is tbhankful for the extonaive patronage wesited at the hands obthe people of St. Mary Parish, sad promises always to give satisfaction. Any orde -at he may be favored with for tiatlonery or Job print. mE will be fhlthfully performed. rayll 17 For Rent. Bear usore of basement in Od(d Fellows. HJJ. Iah eeoapled by Peterman .. - V. BCHW AN. C. M. untl A1 Co. MACHINERY DEPOT. NIo. 172 Gravier Mt. New Orleans. Agents for TII . CARVER CO.'S CELEBRATED COTTON MINE AND OOTTON SEED LInTERR. BLAKE'S STEAM PUMPS OP ALL KINDS. JlO. CLAREB PATENT LINEN ROSE. MOSS PIPm S AND COUPLINUS. Warranted to stand a pressure of 700 IbS. to the qums-e Inch and costing leasthan half teo trice of Leather Ho1e. TRTETVANTS PRESSURE AND PA. BLOWERS, BZ HAC.T AND DRYER FANS BOSTON MACHINE CO.S PTEAM ENG.~INES. PORTABL A.NUSTATIONART BOILEa:S. COFFIN'S STEAM. WATER AND OAS VALVES. W. P. IHONT' EAOLE VISES, LAWN SETTEES. NEW YORK T'AP AND DIE CO.'S MACHINISTS' SCREW PLATES. TAPS, DIES, REAMERS, WRENCHES. ETC. . W. MIXTER * CO.'S SAW OCMMERS. UPSETS ANW MILL PICKS. SELDEN a CO.'S PATENT STEAM PACKINo. U. S. STANDARD NUT CO.'S FINISHED. SEMI-.INISgJD AND UNFINISHED STANIDARDINCTS AND BOLTS. SRIYmAN'SSPEW PATENT AUTOMAlTC FEED REOC.. TOR, AND ELECTRIC LOW WATER ALARM. DII.A E'PAYENT AUTOMATIC SELF FEEDIwaG SHIn MACRMIN -+ro- LOW'B PATEI! RAND-PED HlRngLE MACRINL SrTS-lMPsorTED MACMrIN FOR oUNCHIseIt AND s Lr io sHUIIrOLE, SINIoLS JOINTER OR EDOGR. PLTMOUTH MILL CO.'S BRASS, COPPER, TINNED ANDIRO larWn; SAW WILL, DRAINse MACHINIS, ARnD CLOTHplr, ETC. All kinds of Plantation machlneryfor working Irol Wood, Cettoa or Woolen, on hand, or will be tarnlsbed at short nDtire at Manufacturs' 01617 pee.e.. Dlp#ioma and Geld . edatal -AT TDH LOUISIANA STATI FAIsl. llSe-es.eey-, rFer ahmtes !Pr I Throe DplomeaS aa G0l4 Kedas at the First Texas State Fair. -ron~ E. A. TYLER, 118 Vanal *trweet, No Orleas, .La., Wltobie,. Clocks. Bilverware, 'tao J welsy of Every De scription. oSel qaentfor tIh Celebrated Watches of Cbha. C. Jea ot 8wi. Thomas Russel A 8or, London. Masedc and Odd Feews' JewePls, Spectacles. Plated Ware, Fine Cutlery, Bronses and Rich Fanoy Goods WATCHES REPAIRED. Jewuery A i88erware Made to Order. DIAMONDS I~t ;-ET.'. Noresl the TOW. CLOCK, (Moon Cloak by nalhtJ In Front, ABOVE, on Canal street. N.w Oureans. Jnna 4gth, 187)--I v Great Reduction in Price, SEND IN YOUR ORDERS TO FRANKLIN STEAM SASHD00OR AND BLIND FACTORY. Having p frcha.ed the interet rof %;r '. . Kinn.ld in the above fa.ctory. I aur UOw preplm., to eXcrt te al l orders la the above line at a direeoun on leot uo.r'a pri'es of 15 per cent. for all unglazed s.wb doors. b:inos. te., and ten per ent. on g.a.zed work; fra-n,, nirue et -bh d 'wrs and n' ', , - nual] .an aah ..wa anl Ltodn fitted and aLong, in :t, tuat.,rv c,.x - lete, when so ordterl. at lc( tIha cant be 'tor,a u a ld ontraet taken to furn-.b a' fi-ti"a for hail. nn or for building, ecomplete. oliciting au hare of patlliic p.tronu,.g I an , Orleans or any other and t be R ember.Iama lways on banl for rshipyard, br dge or angar hou. work, ua before. All orders addreaed to Pox 95, Fraoklin, will race ye Tep. attention.8 L~iilrTHOS. iI[ýtalp~i.