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Ip 'rnin g in Butlhtrn Louisiana.
Almost any seed 'wiich we tecomataemd to bea..w last men camn be-se m* Auldeig this month. dlmeuerd& errota parsnip, cele ry, crees, relett, parsely, crf. rsled, Sspiaeh. salmify, sorrel black Spanish or t~inter ar54. Leek aa4 onion are of the more bardy elan of vegetables, and b ever frees dosing witer with us. a beet, tesip usadl.ng radish, -endive onhlMBawer, ae mores teeder. Iii sowing them at the presset ti.s. , fbhtered posi tion should be selected. Plants, snob as cabbage, letteee, leeks, beet, etc., If large enough, should be transplanted. Bage, Mhyme and other herb. may be dksi s end set out. The sprouts or saekersJ5as airti ohoke plants, oan be takewot sad set" ot. Ouions should have been sown lasýeare , but they may be sown yet. If sows itEiL in rich soil, and transplanted a so es large enough, they will give , fair yield yet, especially if the spring oeuntha are not too warm and dry. Onion sate and button onions can be planted now. Sow some late cabbage seed during this or early next month in a sheltered plaee, to have plants large enough for tranplaatieg by the end of January. They will make fine heads late in spring. It is rather too soon to sow the Brly varieties of cabbage seed such as York, ox-heart, sugar-loaf, etc., in this month; next month and later is time enough to sow them. Doring e* -felthe. "the young plants has. f.. ~L -* '~ 7 *a..r - more tender than the drumbead varieties. English peas may be planted this month for an early crop, but only the late varieties, such as large, whitesad blask eyed marrow fat. The latter part of each month, is am ple time to commence with the early v·rie ties. Broad Windser, or. Egtib beats, should be planted dering this month. I planted later they will not yield much. Strawberry plants can be set out as di rected last month. Asparagus beds shbold be-ieered et and receive a covering of a few inches of well rotted manure. hater in the season a to -dressing with esalt will be very beneficial. Balt brine.from perk orleb, will esi wer tihs .me putspose. Begin to prepare the grou.d for a good spring garden. Spade and mix well with manure, and cover deep with litter till wanted in the spring. Then burn off ehe litter, and the arfaOe wil be In good order to receive small eeds. This a a good time to rnsppt ail kinds of evergreens, zsees, ete, Osange trees may be planted also, but early 1i sping jus when the sap commea.s to rale, ip the best time for'them. This month peaeb sad ether fruit trees may be transplateod. Peach trees to be transplanted should be cot bask acco:dipg to the aise d tp tred about three feet above the ground is the mostsuitable height. From this a new top will be formed, and the pruning knife must give it shape. All fruit trees should be stalked when plan tadand ibha ground prassed hard atmand the tree, to keep the winds from shanking them. *Grapevines may now be planted in good mellow soil properly ioderdrained. In transplanting orange trees mix plenty of old awmare with the soil, be careful and not destroy the A&e route within a foot or teeof the ter apead al the retset straight. avoid waddling tbe. is bunc~e thiow fine, rich earth oe them. press lightly -withhL lfuoi stake the tree is keep i ' -em being shaken by the wind, aad when the hole amused the tree is .early 'llshti with earth, pour in water eoplassly atil the hole is full of wg$er. elreltis ettles aa X11 up ueead the eLm t drg. rich eatsi$, isiet it remain so _oaat siUgML dew. They should not be pIsaRtemd mayest thai they have been standl.lg befWi. r'be reots abould be Is Nar the surface . Whe. t tn l;atieg,? tie M tgak of tihe sIpsgmg npguets itgthuresad4 aot will attak ltistee, sad may osasei tedie. Or eaotoees asd a very rich seiL If tihe Is very poor they wlaeway and die. Their mmsease supply at havy foliage, kept up Yth-isr roved.. sad tip S tr ip' ilt, seu.9ress say be impred r,'! asking eran rw aY be ho * @ -eLaking hels. se feet desp e4 plMiuiwe s bar e.la~t p to the tusamd th1s a -spare o0 two feet all arousd, 'lesg theee holes with slab. liiad maure. a laus s. e ash.mde *hiessmth. as eea. a.w hana.am, tfMrst. trsseag . ough asesee better usde.mrly tha later I. the .sas.. The .mseisdlte grow ar-ea_ Iwbar. Th esi bhadethe< ss&..a. - w.esiast Lrl edee above gross', lathe ptdgeith ed pi t tS.g. The followiag tale shows the proper di "s wof garden le betwem row,, ,.. -, ,,a- te ai seei Se....-......: a, .~.. t ..... .............. " ` . l y. . . .............. .. " .... ....... .. i $* ' MIStEtLANEDUS iLRD8. .IOHN DI SAINT. RES tEN'T DENT ST. i'as.a. . iply ..is Vii.", a1. ., m#aA., Corner of St and (lio ite,, """em"ms. aten R iar . iI e wnt. peer pair; GLAN A. S m A P esr gu pir-, BL DS, from E 40 pe dr; DOORSDOO .0Pt each. fom u 0 ' lr All work of easned Cypress. List of Prices in detail, mei keit.. D0. PURVES-(iftlom 51 75 per pair. PV'8-Wliadow blinds from 40 per air. mielving. Roes h ameberx 3 A Axorc. nr sl op poer d 1., on ; d mdinwg wedtne Nw b w ORL AaNrL, m~1lll, Addre, I |o , Bo . 3,. d rest esreevga. el f!A 8n8jaf eui lf ?leu PETATENT ROOFING TILE, Frank, April , 70. OTTERY, FIRY & SMITH, aCornerd ManfCt~~, C.pper Sid Le Ws Chim 8eys, Breechilgs, Flre Beds etc., ailt t short notice. Pilatation and steamboat work promptly attended to (Mech·ple's Rlow,) Magass street, corner of Girod. no3-ty. 'rmay ly~rArs lately oped TABL3 at Pacett", old s*id o al s =truert, Frakla. where LA general asses ant at mean's ad , cl Deublel piTeamc to let at fal SMgoods, foray sprat at, adwammy we r, condifon * aemiodate the p·blt. Old Pri~ a which wl baterl L t Orleans aprices, at t Oll. PHAN R & 8OXON. Franklin, Mari 13. 1.i9. i tf N FRY. -CIfMP STHEET, Coppe, NndiRCtIr1F t waponand end manafacturlog, Copper Billse eM Wzon` Caim FAMILY AN, Fire Aed eTATION at short notPPLIce. 69 OLD LEVEE ST.. ,tn d steamboat work promptly attended toly (Mochbauis ow,) Meganine street, corner of (lirod. ithey have s .es and a dtae, , and Doublea -as MOUNT CRBOMER COAL, NO. 0$ CARONDELET ST, NEW ORLEAN LA. -'a Sepi, lst,UlS ly NOTICE! NOTICE!! Prtawera assd W'Wfsu. JYlahe ra CALL AT I APFaPEL'8 The ueff hee Wi, on bead, at Hin new e'ýh}l* meat Xb T 1CIY O i3.©AT"ýT3 Ym CAl1? PIL LOIr. sad ,epd to tm ' Two of i.thi eeem firmi the circle of the anjtibeml, manl in mireugt mand o.m plaee tbtr, i. m'l tat will eompar with thee ram wheeL. adiaa eirrpy et pate aaadr .s atad balk. ell s~otoc.. med; ml Wmi Osi~fifi ýt"Smam- a ~ upayr Ia ým .. - Noagm. eat., a leam thent atmaort nN4 Franklin, Aagatl 1, l869. tt J. M. 1OCERN OT' aV A PffTOORAPHIO GALLERY ilfr Mri~r!a 51ty t4 t here parithes are Infer.. .4 that T a new eprd to do .11 stylei of work eor talnint to the nit'W adeatnre to lift mine. and clr in pastel, water or oil All work emessed the -rot cmnotle - a ku FrVn4 d all piLws notice. J. B. sldnmr Necw Iberia. Jsaa . !!40 On :"`,_' : "`ý LEI~ N d:' ý:ýý'r Tj ' i Sia'S~ Truuhei'liaad ''-'tsar brllCiý , or c THEK PAS NT AGE. agdbltra a ettbi Drawirn Boo( 'l iri w >e orkaer, I I 'Iy t tiht wwwa l..matprKr t ~ewin~hel Or da ,.m than 1-a mw ' I' of a>Ilis·ar .r btLBn irl. i ýý4 J .r .T ·kTL1 are 't? ý- - f'` _a rsrrr a~ cr c w.n-r..~ l 5 -l . " O .G sLsrwS. i IITKIN, PIERSON - CX). DeNags ia CLOTHING AND FURNISHING 6008." Isr maN. Yuron tAD SoNS 13 and 1. Camp St., New Orleans, LbaIlaa. Wp heie always on head t 1he lt aebetmest of Cto2T 1O, SHIRT8 and Trnak.iare_ oe.p.rtor aUi7ty and make, and which we sell at the lowest Alm. PLANTATION CLOTHING. COTTONADE PAlir set. All ocedrs Sled promply anu jasllbetl Country Merebats and Planters are urged to call and examlie oar prices. .. sse. r. E.. .lMoore C. - Importers of CROCKERY AND CHINA, GLASSWARE, ETC., .. I9 Camp and 116 Commn ea treets, NEW ORL1ANIS. Tnbte e.tlery., Britania ware, Castors,lamps, table aad feb23 yr Tea'poons. Tea trays, etc. E F.F. Pi.rb s, ,SUCCESSOR TO 1. NIAU'AY.) DEA.L.ER INT SEED : S. 1 - . . ravler Street. . . - 1S4 Between Camp and Magasuaets. New Orleans. PRICE, HINE & TUPPER, GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS, No. 26 Carondelet street,New Orteaea. T. TUPPER & SONS, 'I UP1 I i A '" Lilteraladvances made on consignments to New Yomk and Charleston houses. NewI rleansa,lov. 14, 1i66. ly Certascate -OT DEPOSIT OF SEOURITIES -FoR STATr O1 MISSOURWI,. OMie et aperl.tea at of S Insuranee Department. I, WYLLYS KING, undersigned, do hereby certify that I am Superintendent of the lnsarance Depstmant of the S.ate of Missouri. and that the 50Na CITY MUTUAL LIFE INSURANOE COMPANY. A Leb Iusarance Company organized and exltag uadtr the laws of the Stae oft Mhmart, wheasoeselp oeeis Ioeated at St. Louls, in said Stai ate oMhrise has espeited in this oeefar the aeusty of he plt y haldter., i purauame of Hessian 2 ao a Act .fmh Genenl Amambly of the State of Missourti, mtiod "An Act teor e Incorporation and Regalatitn of Lidfe au anoe ompeales'," approved March 10th. 182. she sum atof ONE HUNDRED TIIOUSAND -DOLLARS, In boeds of treasury notes of the United S8ates or in bhods of the State of Missouri. or in notes or bopas p cared by mortgages or deeds of truot on uoineal ered rles in the State of Missoari, worth at least Idile the elSte leaned thereon, of the several kinds .sale seripeals particularti set forth in the scheduIS ilsed by ma, amd wbleh scartilee have a n beso reeelved at a rate ahave their per valah air bve their entreat market valse. Said depcsit was made in the ofee of the Sepesta taeeat as aforemaid, em the 10th day of July a, . 1819, sad has ever snees up to the date hereofbeen htd itn pmrmae, of and ubject to the provisleas cmhai Act of Maeth 10th. A. D. e869, for the security of the 6Poi bhidteaf rea Company. And I do further t that I ammatbied that the said mecurities are werStHm of eme hundred thoumand dollars. In witeas wheteo, I have bhereto sm m lamd a: ased the seal of the oceeifhe Sa :stt.: deat of the lanrasme Ds.Mnathbe atsiLiie ......: In theelty andteenfty..teer . sad Kn MedrL, is 10th day of July, A., D. Superlatendent of the Insuramee Db tmeRt 01 the Stateof Missoauri. asptn-gs1 Wie58i and rW er Coot r. Now is t.e time to have your weltls ma wsisr olda placed brthe coming easecn. Smns Cary & Co. are now boanrg wells with he nch l large twelve-ineh agrs, and guaraod water enoagh to supply say demamd. The at' alas prepared to nerbsh pumps aad.dips, for wel already du or bhoed. Al warsh dune .uibfa ae s4 dhpastek whbo deave water eolers near be taeea water, wil please sead Is Fry Mode. Trsvls passeoinlg throg V nso J. L HE3U. ge estfeire Brhexk. yt. st. cah.sotra tosar ,". atntg om.enyfly artived tit lrakliu from eBorMgLa , Pnmes. i a nesetk o WINs sad LIQUORS, Yc eeme uisisgithe fAuwing. ISA: W uo s.* g m.re.... VALENT! x 1 SCHWAN, dThe kl sweki ts Peu m imary walt he kep deseasi w amw eek Is W4 IC, ea a a Ise HAt will he oieesug rkii t I. .r A'4 A REG WJM 4 nt lR ARDING, VALEOOMMITo MERCHAN, smALE 4tt agI wrn LE G. .& 8 C O .sr - '1EW O L"EANS CARDS. pIDMOt ALD ARLTWGTON Aff wasurwsce (C'aompany. HnoElRm Oil Cualtrce ICHaiOND. VIR(GINsIA. apital Assets and Investmeuts ... .... 1,7H 01O) Polecies issued in a little ever two yearn .........10,10 I W. C. CARRINIfIY)N, licln l . -... Preident. JOIIHN E. EDWARfS. .. Vic l'rePid,,nr. DANIELI. HATROO1K, . .........Secretary. Dr. C. H. PERRONE. ......Medical Adviser.+ Dr. CHARLES II. SMITII......... - D. P. FACKLER ............ ............Actuary. Directors. W. B. Isaces, Ie II. bury. .hy n Enhders. W. C. Canrrington, D I lareook. .. i, Hopkins. J. E. Edwards, W. II. Falmer, W\. ('. Ta1lor. A. Y. Stokes. C H. Perrone. J.. (. Williao.s,. (leorge S. Palmer (All of Rlichnmond, Virginlia.) Blew Orleans Branch Olieer. President ........ D H MAIRY Vice President. . . .. (. T. i:EAURFGARDI) Secretary..............FI:RI 'l'IER DOLIIONDE Directors. A, M. Forg:er, T. T.. Macon, G. t. Garner, T. M. Simmons, L C. Dents, Louis Barnett, T. A. Barton, Itraxton Braig, W., . Randolph, II. H. Holcolmbe, Edward Nalle. D. It. Wison. F. Dlhonde, Dnb. II. Moaury I . T. Beantrcgard, Attorner..................... ROERT PI' ll'iI. Medical Examiner-......... . PIM . :n. ~ S('OTT. General State Agent......... DAIRNEL II. MAURY. Solicitor, N. FONTAIN. lFraklin. La. feb9 f.t dyers Catlhartic Pills. Per all the Purposes of a Laxative Jtedi rife. Perhaps no one uledticlr is so u.niversaliv reqtliredt I. everybody as a cathartic, nor was ever :ijt' h'.fore so universally adopted i4,o use, isn evry countr" a lj,auaplg obvious reason is, that it is a mor,n reliat,l. an I far more effectual remedy than any other. Those who have triedit, know that it enred theta: those who have not know that it cures tllir neighbors andl friendl,l . anl ill know that what it does once it does always-ttll:t it never fails through any f:ult or iCelert of its comlpositio:l We have thollsands Illpon thousan:Il tf crtltclatis of their remarkable cures of the following complaints, but such cares are known in every neighborhood, an d we nleed not publish them. Adapted to all ages and conditions in all climates; containing neither calomel or .any deleterious drag, they may be taken with safety by anybodly. Their ansarcoating preserves theln ever fresh ai l titkes them pleasant to take. while toing pretly vegetabile lo harml can arise frsu their usn. in any it.tantitiy. They operate by their powcrt I1 influenuc on the initer nal viscera to purify the blod, andl titllate it intio healthy action-remove the ohstructi"nlls ,of the stiima'h. bowels, liver and other organs of the heisly, restoring their Irregular action to healthi, anl by correcting, wherever theyexist,such derangements as are the first origin of disease. Minute dietetlons are given in the wrapper oil the box for the following complain:s, which these pill. rapidly cure: For Dyspepsia or Indigestion. Listlessnesa. Leagen r and Loas of Appetite. they should be taken moderately to stay the stomach, and restore its healthy tone and action. For Liver Complaint, and its various symptoms. Bilious Headache, Sick Headache. Jaundice, or Green sickness. Bilious Colio and Billious Pwee,r they should be judiciously taken for each case to eoret the diseased action, or remove tthe obstructions which cause it. For Dysentery or Diarrhma, but one mild dose is generally required. For Rheumatism. Gout. Gravel Palpitation of the Herwt, Paln in the side. Back and loins. they should be continuously taken. as required, to change the dieaed action of the sv.t:m. With such changre those complaints disappear. For Dropsy and Dropsical swellings, thy skheld be taken in hurge and frequent doses to uroduce theeffeet ofa drastic parge. For Suppression, a large dose shonld he taken, as it WMiueee thedesired effect by sympathy. As adinnet pill, take one or twopills to promote diges tioa and relieve the stomach. Asieeaiselaldese thnmelates the stomoch and bowels into healthy action, restores the appetite. and invigorates the system. Hlence it is often adtanlt;ageous where no serious derangement exists. One who feels tolerably well fasn bads that adose of these pills make hlm feel de eidedly better. from their cleansing and renovating effect on the digestive applratns. Dr. J. C. AYV R & Co., Practical Chemists, S p• ell, PMle *P . S. A. Sold at wholesale by E. J. IIART & CO., WIIEELOCK I- 1ILAT a CO., New Orlems. oct6 Oscar R. .'1Ulean, SUCCESSOR TO JOHN Mc(CLEAN, BOILER MAKER, SHEET-IRON WORKER, Oplper Smith, Iron and Brass Founder, Pat ern Maker. Blacksmith and General Maohiaist, 489 and 491 Old Levee St , Corner of Port Third Dis, tit, Sew Orlessm . La b Segir tSteasaboats sail iteamships and Ship rmitlin prqgptly attended to. Ornamental castings fbrveeramdas aud haling,. AiLdrem Gia Box 9149 New Orleansu Post Offee. e19-ly -Ciruts assak .Il-'lN6aes. rwithl or without )otbletreet. a r ale Tegue Carts,i Lubrieating oil, In kegs and barrels, Aatheeelebraed Hall Plows, Prses wanting C.rts, will srave the freight from New Orleans by purchasing here. PFantil, La., jeS3.f M. WALCER, Geprge iW. Sqires, -Q+CA~R BRO1E9R, - -AND COMMISSION MEROHANTS, No. 70 Gravier Steet, NEW ORLEANS. nol0-ly LemAher sead F'daudias 8sere. 9Q. 36 OLD LEVEI STREET. New Orleans. La. 1EB IMPEQTI-.Q OF THE TRADE AND BUY 1 rs generally, Ts I)etally invited to my complete and comprehensive stock of everything pertaining to the Silos ANI4CTUW1I..LA`E. I keep contantly eb Am bee Freaeh Ml American calf sklns,nmoroe eos, biadings, toppings, etc., hemlock and oak leather, Eagal usergese, webs, elastic gore, binding ribbon, etc. y arrangements in Europe and in this country enable me to offer the greatest advantles to the trade. WM. J. SHELDON, No. 3MOld Levee street, Between Bienville and Custom Ho- . eQrlean. j angl71-ly .A VALUABLE PLANTATION FOR 2.A JE OR RENT. tado of AiOiýae situatned on both sides of Bayou Steebe;eaealtedebVm 4attersonvflle, which be will sell a~tl3seemsa' terms, three-Aftbs enh, eitherfor Swbae rI apt sait parchasers, or he will rent it if -ennot sell .haere sa aeres above overflow; and 350 acres of the best wood land. _ The title to thbis place is unquestionable. For terms ete, apply to W. J. NASH. dee15 tf Pattersonville, La. 3iFt rM ljksuaer PlaPters. PRE ~iU..COOPEI:AGE, .4kr TE RKERY. Nos. B1, 83. and 88 Front Street sgar L.audisa. let!e e) *vil e and Conti Streets, ": " . w to . , Molasses barrels, sugar bageheds, and half barrels made t order, at short noties and .l the best style. Also a"butnd etIl *t' Ban pole. for sale in lets to suit re. delivered free of harge, sand all at the LOWEST MARKET RATES. nol7-ly B. T. W'ehe, IMP .oTE~T4t AND- DEALER -33 MEN'S FURNISHING GOODS, AND AND# - Axo CHenbRE'S ULOTHING .-t tiqll 11 CANAL, STRaE'. .t2 if Wew Orleans. a, . BAT.LI. . AD. JEROLLLgt. "AIkq FiEO STORE, Near thMRaileda Depot, Algiers. I '8h.s at.ly ohamad, rses orreEd Cora Meal, Grits, ry, Fler, ies, ay, ses uOats Bran a Or ne., eta S5 Oils, a Cea snd Cob Oraer fotr itnsd snuB qmabs aslelull, MISCELLANEOUS CARDS E. Meath, Dealers in JUPIOLSTEREIS' MATERIALS, WALL PAPER AND CURTAIN GOODS, NO. 09 CAMP STIIEE,'-, se'!9-Iy New Orleans. It. 015B505 It. SN.N. MeLLAN Gibboa A .VYc.Utla. ATTORNEYS AT LAW FRANKLIN, LA. Otiice Opposito the Court liuce. muar9-tf S. L. JtAst. C B. BtCKtrR. Ton Bt"t'-t Jamfes, BDckiaer A C'o., COTTOINT FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, MANL'FACTIYRERS OF C('otton and Woolen Goods, Cotton Yarns, Boots Shoes, Barrels, Hogsheads and Bricks, No. 140 Gravier St sul;-ly NEW ORLEANS. Sftnders@n'R PHOTOGRAPHIC GALLERY, NO. 183 CANAL STREET, NEW1 OH LEANS. Where will be found every Style of Photograph known to the art. Copying in OIL anti Water Colors. and the New Pie tnre. the SUN PEARL. which cannot bse surpassed for Beauty and runrbility. apl. J Win. D VIS, sI E .L IESTATE IIROIiER, S.................. .. tWEE'r, MASONIC IIALL, New Orleans, La. Prompt attent:.o given to buying, selling and leasiun of Real estate: Playingof ttraes, CollectingRents, Etc. Especial care given to the purcha*e, stlo and leaning of Plantations, Farrtr, and other cotntry property. dec15 lyr. The .rew Firm, PFi3RRýJP dA TIJERT', I AVINGO JI'ST REOSIVED AND OPENED A / very large -sortment of Drugs, Patent Medicinei and fancy goods. bought for (CASH. and selected with sunch eare. are now resady to ill orlers frens pleaters. country merchants aund physicians at much redeced prices. Thanking their friends and customers for pest favors, they ask for a continnanee of their patLOnage, he. lieving it the iut.'rest of the public to examine their stock before punrhasing el-where. GARDEN SEEDS. We have a fill supply of seed,. jist reeived. andg gun teed fresh. For sale by PERRET & FRERE. HOPS! HOPS! A hale of t'resh Hops, just received, and for sale by PERRET & FRERE. e PAINTS I PAINTS! i Pure White Lead, and snow white zinc, yellows, blues, greens.., browns, blacks, and all atherpasas tfor sale by fERRET & PRERE. oILS ! OILS I Olive oil, Castor oil, Nestsfoot oil, Linseed tl, Coal oil, and triny others, for sale by PERRE FREERE. .NEW ARRIVALS. We have just received and offer for sale, a new and well selected supply of hacy groceries, coa/sting alsan fruits, pickles, jellie4 preserves, eoadsasedd t, tr. ste. Also, fressh cheese, Gosheu butter. English esackerse fresh cod ish and bherrings,rice, sugars, pickledbeefhte., call and sxamine for yourseld PERRET & PFRElE. PERFUMERY. Our assortment of Perfhmery is not surpassed by any house out of New Orleans, and composes Lubin's extracts, pomades, and soaps, lazlisi soaps, creams sad cosmetics, Wright'slustrates, powders and pastes, colognes, toilet vinegars, Sachets. lily whites, and perfumned balls from the best manufactories,ete., etc. PERRET & FRERE. BRUSHES. We offer the largest stock of brushes ever bralt be fore to this town. Twenty different kinds of teo.bis es, various hUir and nail brushes, shaving bl.gasTo4h brushes, aesi brushes and gloves. CUTLERY. Rogers Wade & Butcher's MUappin's Wailson Hawks worth's Eilion & Co.'s, Monumental Wehtks' Catley. pocket klnves, pea knives, selssors, ra.rs, h ng knives, praning knives, etc., etc. PERRET & P3333. COMBS. Dressing combs., ae tooth combs, teek sa. , eoo': combs, pocket combs, mustache combs amld ee b. Powder boxes. porrelain, pewter, Ob glus and paper, gilt and plain, with or withoSt Se at'ai pries. PERREt&PKfl" L STATIONERY. Record paper, fool.sep, letter paper, lady's bath, com mercial note, billet paper, legal esp, bill ap, famey note paper and mourning paper. Envelopes of assorted colors, shapes and aslset e oecial envelopes, white and but Blank books of all sizes, memorMaduns, poeRt laries, time books. indexes, writiardesks, playgeards, pecis, pens, holders, inks, eopy books. b i bok bii e., pocket books, bill claspa crayoas, slate and state peails, at greatly reduced prices. Just received. sal r sale by PERRE a FIREEE. TOBACCO. Chewing tobacco, smoking tobacco, snuf clgars, pipes, eigarettes, sad etgaretto papers, reelived sad ftr sale by PERRET & FRE.RE RAVE YOU MUSIC IN YOU? Caill at Perret & Frere's sad get either a violin, a uitart,s jo, a tamborls, a Iate, a Ife, an accordeon. ora hteaa all of which are sold at lbs lowestmarket pries, There you may get a fll supply of violin strings, guitar and banajo strings; also, extra violin bows and rosin, bridges, soews, spreos, pap. etc. PERRET & FRERE. WINES AND LIQUORS. n+ gen-,r, eorry nrandy, cojisac, wbilky, lbiedam aebappe, all sold for medesisal purposes at guaranteed sristly pars, sad f the best braada. PUFBRT & FRElS. MEDECINAL BITTERS. Hosetter's Red Jacket, Hare's, Garry Owen, Roes land, sad eseay ethers, al gana l nea, !e r artby ICROOL BOORS. National Readers. McOGfy's Readers, Tower's Read ers, Holmes' Readers, sad other series; Davies, Rays, Perkin. Asith. aie, eta., Cornmlls, Moutelth's Geogra phies, Speakers, Histories, 8pellers, Phrases, sad other too numerouse s eiuea, fer sale by mchl6 ly PERRET I FIREE. , . AI B sal . t.. CAR.aT . ,ses . uSrPar Late with Sevens I Seymsur. ,. . mm e&#E9. STATIONERS AND PRINTERS. IBLANK lOOK MANlFACTURERS. Nx. 54 CA.tP STRnE, rWU ORLEANS. Having a somplete priting o oof ear ow, we haveo unsual fuMlltes fo doin every dert of Job We are p.epare' to mte, shl.t notice, Cottn Books, Record Boeks, sad stl Hank Books used in .1 odee, with or without printed beadings. Particular at tentiou is given to the man Cort Records lar I senil ans eaet espy of waht vi the hesdn, any, the amber of pages, a pe x. act length san wld,. By s doing, no udaltake will he made en ear par s we will adese strigty to your or. We also eep a general assortment of s onr al ways onhand lto stt thIcs utry trade d ly I MOW PIPES! I 1m a vPIPs( Iron Pipes and . sd uses. Brass VUsks, Valse a angs.s eta. Lower ttm asylt house la the Seath. DANlL &J. D. EDWARDS, P r est a, O ea ---- - - - --------- -- - MISCELLANEOUS Lstaber, Lvmibr. The steamer Alice it now in nomplete order for business. PIEUX, P " 'i'W and Yawed LUMBER will be taken any wre on tee waters at moderate rates. McHtagh d t'o.'s NEW SAW MILL on the Teche. wirhtn the uppe limits of Franklin. is now in operaina daUly. Lasther of all kinds can he mfrnlehed at sbort Isitree did ~fl',at prices. Also, three feet baards,tweuty one inch shingles, clear if sap, a soperinr article. McHugh & Co.'s NEW CORN MILL, at the same places a the Saw Mil is in operation every SATURDAY. Those who send cern to the mill may rely on prompt attentina and good work. Franklin, La., Nov 30,1866-ly. TheAmats R. JH'lightmaa, CIVIL ENGINEER AND SURVEYOR. Will a;ueud t, any business in hs line, at any peint within the State of Louisilam. Orders left with Jt A. Lee. New Iberia II. II. Smith & Co.. Franklin. ordiet to him at Centreville. Parigt of St. Mary, will wel.ve prompt attention. jel pm SEAMLESS EVAORATOR. Pae*ntod July 25th, 1886, sad August, 1688. fEND FOe PRICE LIST. THOS. SCANTLIN & SON, tnayll ly EvansavIIe, lind. OPI-LOUIAAS HOTEIL, (Opp)sito the Court Honse, Opeloasas Louisinas. Kept by TWM.. M. JO HN ST O. Table as good an the market afford.; accommodations excellent, and prices moderate. A livery stable is attached to thit establihment irn26 ly ONE DOSE OF Dr. 1haullesbbe r ri's FEVER AND AGUE ANTIDOTE ALWAYS +Qr6 ' C LaLx.I. This medice ineha. ,c n before the public fifteenyears anl in still ahead of all othe,r known remedies. It does Srot purge, doe. not sicken the stomar h, in perfectly ask is any dose and nnderall cireumstances, and is the only medicine tnat will CURE IMMEDIATELY and permanently every form of Fever and Ague. becaase It in a perfeet ANTIDOTE TO MALARIA. Sold by all knrggitrs. felb:3 lyr. ATLAS MUTUAL LIFE I .L'*R..L.YwE COvAp..eir )1' S'I'. LOUIS, MO. ASSETS 'N EARLY ,1,000,000. Divideoad Appled Annually. s the Contll butlom Plan. OPPICERS: CIIARILE8 A. MAIIT. President. JAME6B ARRISON. Vise Psasidat J. H. MACBETHI. Sarsetay, P. C. BUCKLEY. Sap't andCaeldIr, \WILLIAM SHIELD6 Amialr, W... VANZANDT. Consulting Physician, L O. fTEEDMAN, Examuning Phydsician. - Board of Directoe. Charles A.. Mautz, James Harrison, Erastus Wells, Joseph O'Ne., George Knapp, Samuel Will. James E. Yeatman Truaten Ip'l Wm. Vanandt, eerge 1K. O. 1'. Saylor. saae II. Sturgeon, P. C. Buckley, LOUISIANA AGENCY. OSi. 114 Common Street, Corner of Cas,i NEW ORLEANS. Local Board of Directors. J. L. Armstrong. If. T. Bartlett, W. A. Shopahire, B. O. Bonlet T. H. iginbotham, W. . Mount, S. B. Newman, J. II. Kennard, Ax lI. Peale, A. C. Wa.gh, t. C. ievy. 8. B. NEWMA............................President. W. 8. MOUNT.............. ......Viee President. F. BEAI'MONT....... ...............Secretary. JOHN R PIRVIS, General Agent. WM. F. HAIFLEIGH State Agent. LINSCOTT & GILMORE, Agents forthe parishes of Iberia, St. Marta. Lahyette and .Yermillr.. Wm CHIE Ol£ ANY D WFyW NO BENEPfIT 1EO J_ the stor.tnesi ts polley boers, as its poNl.es are all nmmesluibis abar one yamb pemliuma have been p-ai A poey y hmad by thi eompany may be kept l. force by the amont ofthe "PremirsmPteerve'sat he erelt., and will at lapse atil this reserved part of the premiuma by the "Premium Reserve," vrie with the a of the party lIsared ad the qsa e m ei prdmems . At the age ey he "term is 33hdaysloege than the year for whieh sured had paid. At the age of 3,, two years' premlum paid, tbit "i ae year and 3119 days loaer than the tai. e r r which the Ia sured supposed he had pai4: thus two prueums would make the .hole time of the policy aesy four years. Daring this temporary Insurance, a pty cane be flly reinstated by paying the deferred premiumr, ad la case of death durngththo ' " the whole aeutef edlaim would be paid, deducting in the settlement the amount of unpaid premiums due the company, together withix per e.et. added thereto. Its Policies have a axed surreuder vale, the .ae -ea. dersed thereon, making them in fact a bamk ete a the es.yaay for the amm. et It. Policies ssmued am the Five, Ten. Fituem and Twe. ty payment plans are, nom-forfeitable after the iMst years' premiumb has i paid. ad not as in most cos. palnes, requiring two years' premium: to make them . '...mb the vantes.. oA tQ . other companies, without say of their elbjectieubis ha turQs. All of the poplarstys-e of pdides arm Isued, and tb. Rates ofPremlium are as ewes ma hbe made with safty to all concerned. EQ'ITT AYD JUSI2C 9 f UPIW OlJJl3I Are the distinguishng featues of the Atlas Mutual Life lsurance .ompagp -. I VrW . Cardl ......................a. CIrdlI purpose of Stock of MEN'S, YOUTHS' AND BOYS' CLOTRING. N 8 PURNISHIG GOODS-all of wMch will be cam and malde i the most desiraeh. manner, ad in the latest I bepeby strict atteutio. to busises, ad by sls t tbe lwet pemlble slue, tLhat I shall merl, ande s New Orlenas, July M,18a . "a' The decrease oftheavte, pe yielde _. forth k sN, al. t m. le a| better ,t mee efjst Ynhttssi- t4 o he seBY artlal eaiper ani ierh emsieet para tan . az's'- an.ý C'os nllem Nrea . 5 . ml inewbI I .eets, New Osrtieaw be aa psool/tell s .sleets, New Orlesas. w •N EW ORLEANS CAR)IS. TERaIILIONI ILLE HOTEL (Near r o rt .ou:e, 'erni ,. i. I, K. pt by B, A, SALLES. ltaie poarengel . stop at tLis hotel. a,. ) .W1Lc heUl , Craig & Co. FURNITURE WAREROOMS. NOS. ;ts & 1 1.O()YA.I, ST'i':'l. .'. New Orleans Havt on hand a large stock andl will SELL LOW I'()Re (A'. ll. oetl-:lly C. Al O . &. . 4· *'ou, 'vAmpsoa lIrolher-. (Late C. C. S.mp.anp.) FUIRNITL' IE AXD ('I1AII: 33 and 35 Royal Street, NEW ORLEANS. PACU. . JCHRItTIAP. AliTtile " i: \ III Christlaw &k Hyall. MERCANTILE STATIONERS, PaIINTEPR BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURERS. No. 33 Camp Street. Lock Box No. .54. NEW ol:l.E.\.,. All orders for Job Printing. Blank Booka, Ru'ing, et,. promptly executed, and at the low',.n t oark,.t + .r Lawyere' Brieft priuted with dilpatch :.. ! ROBERT HARE, COTTON AND SUGAR FACTOR --AR D COMMISSION) ME1:(I- . N'I'. ................CasondeleletStrert ...... ..... NEW ORLEANS. ,l·.: rf Dry Goode. BANCKER a CO.. 11 and '3 Mag.azne. tr'. t RflAWA3, 0. B.. 1i .1raver ýtrer.r FEET, WILLIAMS ON . L IOWI.ING, S. 3);.ý., n,. Street. Duniisets. W4LKER,JR . Napoleon Av. nuone,,cr, ('.,-ur ten Jkfemon City. EAPP,P. S., 15 Baaoone street. BALL, LYONS, & Co., corner C.m, t ,"on - i. C :...- .e Fire Jrams, etc. LTON, J. H.. Agent, ý5t. Charles ctr,e-t Crecers. BA.LTY 0O. M., A POND, 40 Canal stree r. HIART. E. .., -Co., 7J Tehbnpitoula+ stre.atr. MENlIUG, W'. H.. & Co. 95 Camp street. E. L. E. BONNET. No. S Chartrie St., Near Corne.r ,of Canal, Newv Orleans,. IMPORTER AND WHOLESALE DEl.\IER -T. STRAW All MULLIIERY GOODS. Hasu ja reaeived his fall poek n 'f Boneat. Rb:l, t. Laveo, Anlflal Plowers, Veils, Straw. Veler ae. Plash atas trimamed -a emtnimed. whirb hIe offrrs to the t Sl ea Ieral terms and at very low pricc . osto14f A. L. TICKEI. lR.n DAV!?. fY er P B Dwss Attormoner and C 'Ounsellores at law. O u-llugeaan. Li.La P hstlea .tl.M averal poriheseo.apeism thbe hird Jdicial District. ll DANIEL & JAMES D. EDWARDS, 11, 23, 23 om 3r7 Delta-iLand 22, 2i, 1G and ,d Iran stroet, 'otiag ghre, Between (;rwitr L I Psydrt, Xow Orleans. Copper, Tt hti siest Ursa workers. Xanuf tutrrrs iigseostagar ta, skip, Stesshat, alnd Ues,. Weck. sTiLE tWtou. P5 6IAL' 1 t T12R DrH LLS Ii UIn~'lihag. Jobs s Repairing, Steam. Gen. r a; W IiPipoa and Oatueeions, all Sires. Spel " t s' tiar all kti f Bera Work, I . steam a (O , Wbis j oa.e 75N l* and PoSte sn ! KU>', PAS AMD UlILLIAND 5 LoO8/. Kr'AM'E 1 OSTIEI.ILo. qpePh- . Um`* so Dopes. UA5 Crr, LA. I Papta t ass tae oes aela.'e thze Ir'clalng pa is.i a j.calt' tf f''-y- ImisrerL-~ Z;Inrent' with Itet rci.. Aibm Cqhnla, as will renhi. ve7 dlaay number of the h-.t the interior proai.'en; term of earls; Wn rrIeiu-eprr mnnth. adrss O'VSPlow & lftrh, or SIOU'O. AI.AKER, ý A jO treet, Newe It-ik'. ,a.. - - ZU harrrdsr Corn - F-vy. ---~r-- #Sbeba* 035 5. Lary. t) itlCXtMi'? 1wfr L pA0umlCrrswI, La. PWIOif$8. NVw La Jlaw+»1Jgd4 Or. 4. F. ýcImI i/ DR. OF DENTAL SURGERY. NW 14 ltrStaNle M'I lad Nak ?eiet Saloon) Ord lye -Aa -. PS gg Yok'dmgI aoss U No'w Low.. is.t. NEW ORLEANS. A. GHISWOLD & CO. COO tNUWNAL AIIDROTALtsI . KEW OELFM PIN COIN2 SILYMIWAZL Pt-bosab a. at every ICIJL EILE II2Ii 212 NIX1 1 Pist !iqilr S j?3 5A3'R p isgsvt! il th& ehrdpd. the new ctrap M I Uab. Osher crops of vegersbis MW*155 IS4'o4*Oký In aeessiom. Con M slsek~ of pt"ý a seed, "ICEAU h I, Cr pRt np i psýNitM " lJCLU0PUOTCER N.ISkl altret, near Frbmeb Market ýýýirs ew 4jIom Ch'san. fisatot ! tz1f ght , orer" r fall sup yofbodartao t se5Wl(n season. ha a; it-et to the Park m asbe ssized b3 eas., or agent in lb' 'ul ddre U.~A wish pupiv, S.- 'ten Jelpil if i~D oxUW, XswOrl.;r$