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Th. weather i. D .eembergenerally
.4u, iot a gwatirkt y of seie 'e 'tW sew1aring thfl~*it.'" Cbti. e to plant hlp tleei ei I q M4 I ns Large' whtfe aQS) at *jo r Wsgeenie, blue Im eit.t'gt, " tter.'. .rf this month, vest ~Yiw~ri~;Ciraa!ºpeer. Washington, *ldir PtiiM Dwarf. and it#qulsrM . OIanted. The e.t .y A res, ty Sous Thumb. tGir t da a pee.. ib It: ! W ,F b" ut into th u belr th.e" of .t4t #psd windsor beaus eaw pb ud 1g ts. sad up to the amiidl4 t.uaas imnth They requitre plenty of a ed staM d about eight incha apart ;q msd a o oft least two feet and fh1 betwee the latter. seley. cress. spinach. salsify, corn, pu ustard, teek, earrot, black rldish. turnip and kale, can be sownritb heeitation, as it takes pretty heavy to kill them, even when the plants young. Others, such as beets, lettuce, t , mad blg radish, are more tender, d onShe approach of h0ttfrse, #ftwing moass, hay or any thing else of the kind over the, . .i- K . varieties of cabbage, such as early and lase Yeek, *r'sulgar loaf. oxheart, can be sown towards the end of 1hi4 soph, also early and half early caulifower, to have plants for setting out in February. TQ suc ceed well in raising caulflower plants in this time of the year, the seed should be sown i to a frame. whertethey can. be protected from the cold weateer, When the plants r ,arge a gh, They mhould be set 4st khr very arih gr ond. Thehe will e ready f tae table ere'pil Onion sets and button onions can be set out. Omiou plants raised from seil shokld h treupls ted; . also lettuce, eabbage. beet uaidethrp.lts which have been rai4 from fm seed, and large emough t, trnes l goig erpes8 of vegetables sho-uld be work(ed epatelkah.fnt , sds. L'ab days&. irts if not too thick, should be gem mtswltb a bnu1I hoe2 and chopped out so that they stand abot six to eight inches S" , Adosm gdobe cardfuly tlish `p WIm teuir gre *a * gooe da:--Ct oydhpt"pprtlie4 p as they Oontlene to grow. a anplated and dividd armt * ts amp atio rgr thyme. sa dt, muaou l uA other bess. - . * nwateeld be ppaspared fear Irish po i s, ad ether vegetables to he planted during next month. " FLOC fM*DMEB 42 kinds ofevpes..aa, qbhrs~ Ad role, besbevem be premet and transplauted mm. Vt*Eof all plants that grew out a dooris ad asmbe roppgdby thenshould lB beý mad1 this onth. Vi L s. Aud be taken . p d didided. Th. dower beds *QM no"i a h awy topdming of *bif " flted measure or compost, which ought to be ereked in carefull. fluboys roots, "Oci as Ms, asaryfiis, gladioia can be taken up, diided sad rplanted. Hardy annual;. tar 3be1 " 4bs.M be sown, sas, ese they will not se ýuwar tIi if Plnted Iu~er. Sweet aF .b~mI4~ ,iw~4. acandytuft, Chinese I 3h'~. Psm a sweet Willis."a, :,"Se k i-4.: j kby t. 'Asters, ten snj i oarema, rev tender am* A 5ýl a Djueeehlm weam the splants * ;l ami-. 61 6 ldtiigs r w moufrrrlrci th #aL. Every w :ms. 'ba i d!; be dO reoked, " taf+ dI_ b Wal as us. ' jref r " '+ 1. btoi l trso amp ss4s Jjl +ý t : - ., othe trees t# - d~nod too hard, isA s o ap, o wicharelarge~ allo "AI allit tti"W~the · ~W lur ViiL`asi~sý U a.l ·L e~trs# 1tbe .C~l - ~ Wife-9' "volt Mpg aitAbop have a tea. 0 C'I S<" die .s aa I IdKt - tta -,r IJAIS 'LL t ISO DS. Sash, BMln, An Der pam lIdwu GEORGE R. PURYV P13@WM. Ti1. chap est slab iSD. lishmment In the Sorth-Owest Redactiomi in Prices. SASH, from 83 out. -*2A tLJAZ D SASH from $ 73 G5eaA em * 1t NP +* -qs.mI Cypre- List I Pd(U aIataD a i ! t u mesh frO m St 75" 0. .- Moed penue dor - esb. -ind s 1It mull1 3m SEND LOU LIST OF TUCE FRY & SMITH, Succofors to Wheler 4- Forstall, Manufacturers o Copper, Thi and Sbeet-Iron work. Always ea hand and manufasturing Opper Stills and Worms. Chim nays. Breechings. Fire Beds, etc., built at shaort notice. Plantation and steamboat work promptly attended to (Meehal.sRow,) Magazine street, corner of Girod. aes-ly. JLuss LU LE. JAS. W. SErleOUR. F. WRIATOP LeakLe, Seyhur * Co., COMM ISSION I%1ERCHIANT 1V(. (3i CAMP STREET, NEW OULZES. .LA. W4.1 DepktmUer k Dagyde, COMM31ON MERCUA.?NTS FAILY -A#. - PLANTATION SUPPLIES. 9G OLD LEVEE ST. New Orleans. Sept., lst,'.i9 ly Wa4lter. iN. PhjpUfp, v~rI*iQL$SiLEa AND sREtAL 1. wAL _'MOUNT CARBON COAL, N-O. 28 CA RONDEL'ET ST. NEW ORLEN S. &pt, 1at,~ -Jy SOTICE I NOTICEI 2 -TO sat'crs sid VUrCee .Mahe r. CALL AT LKAPPIL's iie s·a·sl a woms as Ian, at his e.w .Ysb.ish ut oppo.lite the Court louse, a impat.einpq 1 rrtUOKL. WRITS OAK 8 WAM (JU4T e. LOES, and spokes to match. Two of these fello.. te. th e ircle e the eart whee.b -ead i stregh ead em. lten taaleres e*tng that will oempare with ther, tUfheIsIIe har totwo heLteehs teat Alvarta supply 0 phew handle stpkes and hobs for buggy wheels. All stocks sold at New Orleans prices, and all repairs on b e, rrag, carts, ~oughs, et, at less than NewOr s ppr icpesaadro gh All khds ofha tksetthtuingas harness making at short notice. Franklmn, Angsst 1, 181.. tf SI. M. KOKERNOT'S IBERIA PHOTOGRAPHIC GALLERY My friends in St. ary Iberia parishes are inform ed that I am now preprel to do all styles of work per tain.g 4L art.em mimistwi to lie mine. ad olor iapesal. Watemr ,il.edee. Af1 work exeeated is the most eompleb. tiol style. Pranklu fieeads will plase notice. J.- . KOKERINOT. New Iberia. Jane8 .1870 4m GLYNN & wjNTL, canufactureru·andlDealem:i Iloeos Shoes, Trsask* P'ra us,, fc. No. 9 Camp~Street, mh27--ly New Odean. THE, PRESENT AGE. An inlns.rated Quarterly Magazine, devoted to Agricel trc and Literaturen, Will beimed Itatof Angst, Nove. -ber. February and May. and will eontain Original Tale i t7,d t ousebold Receipt, Agrcl i .i -Uld ich oder-matter as wil tend emk It a First Class Magazine F th Parlor, Drawing Room and Fireside in Towna and Country. I wllben.iaaod to 3. ensm at the lw pre of ONEi* DOLLAR P. ANNUM, Teu Copies fowIS ! 8 or twenty coples foearl1 . C.sh in madvwee. These low pries will gve a pportalty to Active Ageats, by which tbeVa'h Nod wage.. To boot. nema men this will aord a superior Advertlsng M dli.., e a....... . w4 be s ed Augus t.* . 11.0. JC IT3YIR WALDOI PFuepe wes. wkethDavein bm e a ess ase Urokesu. 85 St. Charles Street, MaNew Oema. TR !J-"E TRtUSSES! Without St1e,> esk lad gr Oh. Terror K H. Sp~la,. laveator mad pateutee of a lever aul mp deproml 8a e 8. trhu rsIa W for oJIe·t ga l ar~l gema Seflb w ara.. Ati. .el. teprlM JiL ~si s pates er tML rs es-w.IW slyseee W. m r-- te in 3 uts hu. an Or alyr )dsaidWWW pct h'ais~ · sjJiýi-ý-lwci Or k . La. , », ... . ` i Tr 1 ~Bdl?? AWD~ di- q'T~LGLIMpg oil *' a m . [p JOizjl dlr r w d M dt vqagii ·i-' 7i: ,s, --~ ;-rrni·rrr+c~ zPntkt~:;·~ ~' *sDI b)Sl~aqi ~t~ rt r krr~~U~e~srWk - C ~PI~ICIFS~ b .i.· __ . Air-~ 7 r t " f r4 MTSCJELLANEWOttS :CARs WE. i. P r ._ -- :.. . sw5. - sa ses. PITKIN. PTERO ON . (o). Dealers h CLOTHING AND FURNISHING GOODS. for U8N, YOUTU AND BOYS 13 and 15 Camp 8t., oew Orleans, Louisiana. We Lave alwars on hand the largest a.mortmnut of CLOTHING, SHIRT8 and Tranks, which are of superior mait sad make, and which we sell at the lowest AbO. PLANTATION CLOTHING. COTTONADE PANTS, ete. All orders filled promptly and satisfaction gives. Comatry Merchants atJl Planters are nrged to call and ezamin e ear price. mSne t5 E. Tfeor & Co. Importers of CROCKERY AND CHINA, GLASSWARE, ETC., No. 9 Camep and 110 Comamoni sitcets, NEW ORLEANS. Table cutlery, Britania ware, Castors, la::p, thl*le and feld3 yr Teaspoons. Tea trays, etc. E. F. P°irgin, %SUCCESSOIR TO D. MAU.PA.) DEALER IN SEEDS. 104 - . - Gravier Street. - - - 104 Between Camp and Magazine its. SNew Orleans. PRICE, HINE & TUPPER, GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS, No. 26 Carondelet street. New Orleans. T. TUPPEIR & SONS, 1 UPPER & BEAT'IE Ckarlesis. . C. New York. Liberaladvaaceanade on conaignments to Ncw Yot k and Charleston houses. New Orleans, Nov. 14, 1866. ly CertiAcrate -OF DEPOSIT OF SECURITIES --FOiR zPOZT.a=CY- Z=Ol'~ci. STATE OF MISSOURI, ) Office of Superintendent of Insurance Department.) I, WYLLYS KING. undersigned, do hereby certify a that I am Superintendent of the Insurance Departanent I of the State of Missouri. and that the ;O Nm D CITY M1UTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY. A Life Insuranee Company organized and existing. I under the laws of the State of Missouri, whose princlpa oMee is located at St. Louis, in said State of Missouri, I has deposited in this office, for the security of its policy Shealers, In pursuance of Section 21 of an Act of the General Asambly of the State of Missouri, entitled "An Aet for tbnlacorporation and Regulation of Life Insu lanee Companies,' approved March 10th, 166.5, the ram of ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS, In bonds of treasury notes of the United States or in bends of the 8tate of MiLessri. or in notes or bonds se earedby mortgages or deeds of trust on unincumbered real estate in the State of Missouri, worth at least dobble the ameont loaned thereon, of the several kinds nadde. scriptious particularly set forth at the echedales signed by me, and which securities have not beon received at a rats above their par value nor abve their earret nmarket value. S8dM deposit was made in the office of the S8peria Semdet as abreeaid, on the 10th day of July, A. E. 189, I and has ever since up to the date hereof been held in penrmmmen of and subject to the provisions of said Aet of March 10th, A. D. 18M9, for the security of the policy bheersef sid Company. And I doearther ertify that I m satis4ad that the said securities are worth thesam of one haidred thousand dolars. In witness wbheeof, I have hereto set my hand sad : ...: alxed the sealof the oice of the Saperi - SSAL: dent of the Insuranee Department at m e . : In the city anudonaty of StLonis and State of Missouri, this 10th day of July, A. D. 1869. WYLLYS KING, tateofMIrseaOurti. - aeptl-1"w We. s antd rter Coe r. o . Now is the time to have your wells sad water cooler placed forthe cominog season. muet Catry &Co. are now boring wells with their atnnebAh and larg twelve-inch ager, and guaranteeing water elmugi to supply any deman. They ae also prepared to furnish pumps and pipes,. tre weds alady dug or bored. All work doe with neat hmw .o deesire water coolers near e latee. tbe s p pledWlth Cistern water, will pleaueend In their orders n8. OARY, few3 lyr . Cantreville. La Livery Stabl YmrulI ra paining through Ver.iim / me hI .d that I :l; Iirvey Stable at tibl pesewbm b en anwel ar or Ikeep horses t let. mi inaagew ia I an a obtain conveyanme to any part of w wish, or toamy of the neighbhorig villages, at remains J. UK3BERT. JR. viilnf e, Aug.12, 18 .-lt rtbr B . WALKR 40.000 for arle 31. WALKER. Irut k , ý 30, pro ,iu Va*cNO LIQUOR STORN. Having v.cauny -arrivad in Fmankla from Bortdhn Fraencs. su a Iane stock at WI1E and LIQUORd, of -y own direct izpoetalti warrted ptrn. they haviLagmifl nnmd S. alNw BOrleas CCustao Rowan to t1m Pe I now s r these liquors to the pab lie, esni rnI.gths felinwhtnli h @ogmSuiK s , olauiq, WhS. Wk., 3~an+ wIv~ e, adraR Win., Serry Wlm, ..a Ohaagm.s. ilkaýIIC .ef Iraene preserved Iuih, alftn l t U .p.% all. r can a Trr.an' DrW Id kr,~ led· IhLLMUM J Pp VALENTINE SCHWANS NWV4Pad s £am* o d(o& at Al hs o o G!oikSI'HA*bWAIE ThIMWARI9, ý:. . O AL` Ica TIONS RATS, BOOTS, WAUIfjOTIQN8. Wo$AgiPtA -,,..l ~ bs m..gh a IaW , it. 3D a rjalmap wE b. w 1a6 dh4 iLs m _ _ _ _ _ w a is ad i I £ 4 a . or l t h I P b at: i lia111en1 n R3JqV~Ya7~pOUWARDID' NG, MIgW R) - RANT, I$T. - 4 T A ^" ass i ý?' ' t rt 4 '. _ sC 1-sw, V iJlib~8r c NEW ORLEANS CARDS. pIEDMON AND Ari.in TON nOME o1y,'f~4, IhicMfofP, VIRtAINIA. Capital Amet and Invertment...... ..,710,000 Policies issued in a littleevertw. y'ear. ...---- . 10,000 W. C. (CARRITNGTON, ITiýh wul ...........President. JOHN E. EDtWAIRDSI. - .......ice President. DANIELI.I HATSOOK, .. ............ecietary. Dr. C. II. Pl'RROZ4E .............. Medical Adviser. Dr. CIIARLES . S. ITli..... D. P. FACKLE..............................Aetmary. Directors. W. It. I .e ; , D. II. IMaury. .John Iuders, W. C. ( r.rington. 1).I llartsonk, .1. 1. HopkIns, J. E. Edwards. W. IF. Talmer, W. C. Taylor. A. y. S:t.o., C. II. Perrone, J. C. W1ll1iama, George S. Palmer. (All of Ielinmold, Virginui.) New Orlrann Brancr l Office. 're.,len t ... . ....... ............ D . II. M A URY . Vice l'rshident.. ...... ...(:. 'r. BEAURFPGARD Rorretary .............. FORE$TIER DOLHONDI. Directors. A, M. Fort:er, T. L. Mae.e, G. (. Garner. T I. l.Simmn,,, T. C. Dents. Louis lBarnett. T. S. Bartot, Braxto,n Ira'g, W, M: Randolpb, II. It. lloleotnlso, Edward Nalle, D. ii. Wison, F. 1)ollaode, Dab. It. Matry, (i. T. Beanregard. Attorney................ ........... ROBERT PUGH. Medical Examiners................... 1PIM and SCOTT. General State Agent ...........DABNEY H. MAURY. Solicitor, N. FONTAIN, Franklin, La, feb9 it. dyrrs Calthartic PlUs. For all the Purposes of a L sative RMedl Perhaps no one medicine is so universally required by everybody as a cathartic, nor was ever any before so universally adopted into use, in etery country and amorng all classes, as this mild but efficient purgative pill. The obvious reason 4. thakit is a mere relliable and far mere effectual rcasedy than any bther. Those who have tried it. know that it cured them; those who have not know that it cures their aeighbbrs andfriesds, andall know that what it does once it does always--that it never fails through any fault or neglect of its composition We have thousands upon thotsands of eertiIeanhetibeir remarkable ecrea of the-following complaints, bu(t see cures are known in every neighborhood, and we need aot publish them. A4apted to all ages and conditions in all climates; containing neither calomel or any deleterious drug, they may be taken with safety by anybody. Their sugarcoating pjreserves them ever fresh and makes them pleasant to tske. while being purely vegetable no harm can arise from their nuse in any quantity. They operate by their powerftl influence on the Inter. t.al viscera to purify the blood and stimulate it into healthy action-remove the obstrutctions of the stomach, bowels, liver and other organs o f the body, tesaorlgtheir irregular action to health, and by correctag, wherever they exist, such derangements as are the first origin of disease. Minute directiono are given in the wrapper on the box forthe following complahnts, which these pills rapidly cure: For Dyspepila, or Indigestion. Listlessness, Langoar cad LoS of ApOee.te, they should be taken moderMey a s.ay the stomach, and restore its healthy toneand A, tPle. For Liver Compl.nt, and lit various symptoms, Bilious Uead5chs, S Ick eadasoe, JaumdIee, or Green siokness. Bilious Colio and Bllious Fevers, Sey sla.M be lad eleay aken flea ct-u ase to correct the diseased action. or remove the obstructions which cause it. For Dysentery or Diarrhoea, bat one mild dose is generally required. For RheuszlttU, SBout, Gravel Palpitatlon of the Heart, Paai in the side, Back.and loins, they should be continuously taken. as required, to change the dieased action of tin Vsstemr. With sunch change those complaints disappear. For Dropsy and Dropslcal swelling, they should be taken in large antfrequeta doses tl arodnce the effect ofa drastic lurge. br Supprella. large dose sheld hbe laken, as it produces the desired e&ct by sympathy. As adinner pill, takeone or two pills to promote diges tion ans relieve the stenaeh. An occasional dose simulates the stomoch and bowels into healthy action, reftres the appetite, and invigorates the system. lHence it is often advantageous where no sea es deraunqnt etrts. Onvwbo febs telerahiy well often tads that a dbls of these pills make him feel de. cidedly better, from their cleansing and renovating effect on the dig, stive apparatts. Dr. J. C. ATV JUC 4 CCa5 A. Lowell, MA s U. "s . A. Soltat rlesal" by Fb J. iAr '00'W oc FINLAY & CO., New Orleans. JOHN McCLEAN, BOILER MAKER, SHEET-IRON WORKER, Copper? tb tr a mad Drsm Fomiel, ate tee Mearee, 3laekalao stºad G.maI 400 and 491 Old Les St, Corner of Port Third Di. tAIt, NeW Ortenas. La. Repairs of Steamboats and Steamships and Ship Smithing promptly attended to. Ornamental eautinmes for vermda and ralinW. Address Glass Bzx et 9 Xew Orolmans Post Office. e29-i Tr~ Uh Carte, with or *ttbout Doubetreo.. Pm Male Tsgue Cut..! 8xtra Wheel.. tbNte asegebte4 Hail rwa, paoin warsni Cs will sale she fEreIgt trom New dobeis ~yjrehp au taghe. Franklin, La., je2I-tt M. WALKER, miff c a $~rcss R COMM ISSION .MERO4ANTS, No. Y0 6raiwStr BEf ORLEAR&4$ - ojoOIy Lcatlr- ai.usd kUi& Sels. MO. 3aU- L '1.. VE Ia I3W Y. : reer ,4steam L .r IHE INSPECTION OF T~B TRADE AND BUY ers generally, Is specllly irlted to my complete ad on hand the best Frech and American clf skins, .a English -erges, webs, gore, binding .b ._, etc. My anaaemet in Erope in this satry enable me to offer the greatest ndvt . to te tkrLDON. o.. J. sHELDON. Hoese twt~eadU. sagt7-lv Vwft ~I ' ELF, o1T VALUABLE PLAN'TAT1OW " sb C is I a r 1 1M at Y w L ,s, $. i[ .4., appy to tn . tio. f Now. 31= st d anrout Strqsf Alta.K 5.sbdi UUI. ma HlfUs old sI IaW latin t. sui pucin aindnlt s n a th"674 'F melT-K h L~ t itOeLrJU~ikd~u· W~'. Zt i flS~ihe, .~~~·C~lr~t ~ 3 ?ni-' ·· IMPQF TER AND DEALER MEN'S FURNISHING Q99D81 NO. U1 CAN9AL STRMT. ad If ![ Orbas& AtlI'*O S1''0E, Or ggsSWIEgt&i A: -wy rinS r"k6 MTSOLLANEOUS CARD IIliTlElB l PI T E A IAL ,l WALL PAPER AND 'CUlTAIN GOODS,i NO.90 CAMP $TR9EIT, .s.:$ly new Orlea.. 3. G!UOsI IL S. U XILAV if bbrnl Af J'Ie4UUý us. ATTORINrES "AT T. LAWOC O.paWXhUN, LA. Owee Opposite the Court Ifollre. asar-tf 8. L. JAx.s. . B. B uc .in. Tox BrtLux James, tsckaner A Co., COTTO1N FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, MAXL'FACT'RRBB OF Cotten sad W ooem Goeds, Cottea Tarn., Boeols hoes, Barrels, Hoegehead sad Brieks, No. 140 Gravier St sel6-ly NEW ORLEANS. PHOTOGRAPHIC GALLERY, NO. 183 CANAL STREET, NEW OIRLEANS, " Ver# will be fo.nd very Style dfPhotograph known to the art. O pyh bOIL and Water Colors, aid the Wr PIe. tare. e th-Uif PAIL, which canot ih surpeed for Beauty and .umabf. spit J Was. DAVIS, RECAL. EFTAT` BROKETR, MC C T. CIJARLER STREET, MA$ON1C IHALL Now Os#leasa, Law trosp4 Mtom wsires to buying, meUmg aad leasing of Rest eetute. Paylag f taxes, to*limuecagaEts.Ete. Espeeal oarve given to tie pretiane, sle sad gotieg Plantsriles, Farm, sod oier sesry peperty'. dc15 lyr. The w.hu Firm, :" and WE' EE. i eM -t VLF it,, t iti IJAVING JUST RECTIVED AND OPBXED A Svery large aseatmeat tol 're, FPaent Medicines If and fancy goods, bought for CA.H, and selected with mueh emb, at. new reedy td Im rders from planters, e~try malbaC t mad p.ysde at much reduced p... Thanktag thtM f sad estomera lir p e iM favors, they ask for a eoautauasee otheir patsmB.ge, W ieving it the iLteret of the public to anamimn their stock before purchasing elsewhere. OA9R3M UIID8. A e have a fall spply of e. e t rorerve, n4 gnar tee fresh. For sale by 'E XE aERIt . "11 KOPI HoPSe A bale of Fresk eps, .ust resoied Mor sale by PLLI - & PRRR PAINTS I PAINTS asre White Lead, and snow white ziac, yellowsa,,bes, greens, browns, blacks, and ait other fostIe by OIL ! OILS! Olive oil, (Uwter it, Wlstfeot oil, Lmesed o, Coal o4, c1 and many ethers, bor sale by r .m & uRwRE . lNEW ARRIVAL& We have juet recived r for . Reash coad sad hrriral sear picke bee s . t mad eantar yose PIERRET & FRl IE. PuFUlERT. w s.h.+.ý I.g .eot arpmod by ay hoes eat of N.rw Otu-., an eomposs Labia's etractsa, 1Pridhaluetralee, aewe goatee clgnes, toile vingarys Secet iy whites, and perfumeod bal from the best maslaeteries,etc., etc. PIXtRT & FREnE We ffer the Ig.es1 ate et d e ever teer g b W fore to this town. Twent diteat kiandes ofoth brash - as, varleashir mad ll ees. sving brsbes, cloth brmshes, eek beeshes O ti e gl RReT RBRh CUTLERY. Rogers' Wade & utcher's appa Wilson Hawks w'ooth'8 teu & On.'s, msmsmil Wake ' . eet tavey pe k -ee, mes COM .be Pe r ,s yl tt qr , 4 to r i n 7 6 .' d i b - C PS. ye, sal Boae A ese de oap est and etst larwi etlrooa h rt -deseo s d.te md TOBA3CO. ty b .l sae d st.Laae mseBtM esd lr ba p Tesirn. at t^ý a, vdioa bee alai - i res. > -mo Ash. Davies, RY' SA dip . .ch ip is )r~ J IL I"T AT N PRINTERS. ILk NKº MU1'! Navg 'mm 3u om. .iue wu. mm Wows:OP~d~~t ~ j~c : 1«*"ýýý -'?r wreY~_·_L lrr~ ~ ..-·:3ra l· -,aA · hi oP i d uel % :.:· .hFAI~r~ ~rr rELr~lair g - "wUm ' Nt-rr. a m iand Sawed LUMBER will be taken any waere on these waters at moderate rates. NEW SAW MILL on the Teche. within the appe lial aPLt E reabiu, .r 'a eW al ration day. Au r of all kinds can be furnished at short notice and crrat prices.' * Als.Ltbaeeia t bartewea. resa ie b stl~-hledeari of sap, a nIperior article. . 1Au9H ash. Co.'s NW WOWtN itLL. at ttName pltee. e e aw i M le On ape altioe every SATURDAY. There wie sem ee t eb m4i mayrely en pompt attemAom sad gees work. Pranklm, La., Nev 30, iow -ly. Thowues K. Wc1Stghtusass, CIVIL ENCGINEERI AND SURVETOR, W!Unltte.! l Iboy buefae, In a laie, at arW point witfin tepl atat pwLouisana. Ordie loft with_ sa A. L ee i~ Ibeia. II. II. Smith & Co.., Franklin, or dwrec to i a CT entreville. Parish of St. Mary. will teetve prompt att.ation. jel Sm &c asllis'a SeAMLESS EVAORATOR. alatt ai J ur3 ' Avg=*, am. - FSU WUWE LIST. " PHOS1 SOANTLUN & SON, mayll ly Uvaasvlll. d.4. (Opp".ita th. p.zri H. Opemua. Lonataua. - Zptby SWM Jmod:ON S T ON_ Table auped -b teimayket albris; ectommodatioms exeettsat, anE'.imo " A livery stable to attached to thie establtahmut. iros 1"I ONE DOSE OF pr. Ahoaloesmer' a. EVER OAND AGUE ANTIDOTE ALWA ELLS. ahi meeinebha. been foire the punblic fifteenyears and is still ahead of all other known remedies. It does not purge, does not sicken the stomach, is perfectly safe l aI demnnd uader all eircmenem, emd is tbhe ml mediele that will CURE IMMEDIATELY and permanently every form of Fever ad Ague, beca m it is a perfect A¶ :t'1 tO AII'AIUA. Sold by all druggists. feb23, lyr. ATLAS .. = a - 'Isj w o ronz, OF STr. LOUIS, MO. Dida a A a~mUn y eu .m o eoo oi vlmos ietre oVraCmass Ca*ntER A. mANyT ?ntUeeat, JAMBI NAURIS.N, Tiee President. J. R c MACWI, seemey, P. O. MJCaLEY, s~t. em cm.r . Vg.i Nvl. Fonuclting PhysLdeia., r. o. srEL.eFAzaming P ysieteian Bord oet lireeteoa. n Charles A. Mmaat Jams Harison, Erastus W ts, Jomeph O'Net, George Knapp. Samuel Willi, SWin. snzdt, (eorge RT. aylor, O. P. Saylor, Issac H. Sturgeon, SLU I a1J sCYIU Ssu a.' On** 114 Gommoe street. Cormer or Cam o - NBW ;ORLEANS. Local Beard ot Drectors. J. L Armstrg H. T. BartlPtt, w. A. Sbepefre, B. . Boelet T. H. I:igiabotham, W. Mount, 8. B. ~ewnaa, J. H. Keard, A.L. reaiy. A. C.-Wig . - -.ac Levy S B. NEW4E................ ..----------- sidnL W. 8. NOUN. ........................ ere President.2 F. BEAUMONT....... ..........c. eretary. JOHN R. PURVIS, General Aget. WM. . HAIFLEIGH Stas Agent. LJNSCOTT i GILsMO~RE. Agents for the parshes of Iberia, St. Mar Lafayett ,r -i. Dees coPNd. bIVi S No bENE pT FtrtM A pdiey ieaei by t ry be m kepa i fr by the ount of the -Presla tiseit "at its credn atd will not ase th nea eMt theme by the r s"Prmllaei l m v wl s, ofe thu SRt a9lnea m tel e i i et be t aw e wit theity erto l swpemesu ew.ul . ,ofdeath dsig ate tersm, w tg a , lita; Sent. sided thereto.t yIts Poiies here a land asuerader tvalu, the smm INbtut· ITe, Fifteyen assrland T'weer eer reea) ·I1sCeruF rid a Lttr ·I~ th B Iareas ow be rms with smfty a A reo eds sOf S. A e XMnt Slp s z tstu; up A i V neilrrr~--- 1i~~1 ·O vplSi· S: a :1d- 5 T :'ý 1 _- d atm u.* TI r ~raý Y rr '· i cif *· r ~ -'·;: m~ý aI-' rr~ kUS-. NEW cLIRrAA (A1:US. VERM[ILIONVILLE HOTEL. (Sear tar. eul fart Kept by Rt"R" P p~vawd sa~p a this betel. JW.C *'ftleeg, Crasig & C FURNITURE WAREROOMS. XOS. ,Y"4, l> .A. SI'I II" New Ozleansj '41cn" L ad a large a Lck and % i i SELL3 LOW FOR CA.I1 0c113.ly C. sxI~trSo . rroio. Xanap.~soa KtroIiEA,-.u. (ILata C. C. Samwpoaj FUINITUUE£ AND CH AKLiS 33 and 35 Royal Street, NEW oºRLF.AX.R. PArL J. ehIRT5.tIA ARTIIIT W. HAT Christiian k 11/hl. MERCANTILE STATIONERS, PRIITERS -A r n- BLANK BOOK M[ANUF>URERE. No. 38 Camp Street. Leek Bnz No. 558. (EW ORIE.AN'. All orders frrJoI. rri-ving. Blank Il.w ko. Inllino. et,., prTopptlp ex1$!yeethIa.nd nt the I.,wt market -a?. a Lwynrr Briefs priutmi with dirnptch a 1l ROBERT HARE, OO0N IND SUGAR FACTOP' -AND . .COMMIS.'ION MI~I;C'I-Ar.T u.---------..........- delet.(tr ............ NEW ORI.EANS. Dry Coals. RANKTF.R t CO.. 1I and 11 *IIX~tº " trr!t GZRAHAMI. (º. P.. 1.R(:Dralcr tret. PLET, WILLIAMSON i AiOWLIN:. , ;2 M. Sitreet Detisfrts. WAi.YYKMB, J. it~ abX .I·a Aisen r, 1' .lieLn. r. t Jeerm Cit KNAPP, J. a., Iyb3iarbam street. Iti ass : :1 BALL, LYO\S, L C0. corner (Ca aj+z:dTr %7@ cl- . Fire.Erns, ti. LY~i, U.~I. 4gcuI6 6;S 4:rarl~ sjL · R.A YLY. G. k PON`D. 4OCaaal .hatn. MART. F. J.. 40o., 23 Taboupi$IIS .arner. iLBNIU;G. W. 11.. &Ca 9 Camp reat . E. L-. E. SONd NE l-r No. u Chnatreus Pt.,. ,eWa C'prner of -Vprua3, N hew Owcuw - IMPORTER AND WHOLE8ALE DEALER STRAW mID" UIEERY GOODS. Ha. jws reedr e bU A ulAeeseof Demste. RIbbou. Lees. AUSIddi Flewew V6., ISraw. VsI4t* aol A. L IRA DA IS. Tucker A' Uinwla. *ttorneu' and Co.*abflor at. Law. OflcK-FftAxJlqrlLA . Practie lath, several parleshupelr She ThiM Judicdla s~tric ol4 DANIEL & JAMES 0. EDWARDS, 21, Lt. and ' .? efit., a.121 24, tLj nk Fron Street, Fronting River, Between Gravier ar. l ?sy1, Itew thana. Copper, Tin an&*Sie kar 3lan nfa,'turers mproved Sugar itral, Ship, Steamboat, :nd mu.wmm-n sem.4iaa.M UIaekemlthiag, JW ri , WainAer G al wow Popov da & erttioUS m lSze. Spr i fete Bar kiat of Brise Work, Stacu s Wu oeks et. Whia re t i1 Patten L~b: i i!· '. s r- r 3*3ARan £URLLIA~R 3lac ON. JA~IR-.I. L O, I -p Ms~Laltonow f1 molt ý la!tiinf 'AV.. mu'ýa .at [).ft.A ant Ch*RF 'Il nme of the best A I' ]9 Jul tf. ý ý ff New Orleans. (amimp we" Amasms C... AýmE fR 1M Pia d IL MaNy. It I)3NITT Lbb a. &J2 ,waStn~AI DcA. NAVGu135d1'Kin. La.. IL ·JA..J~ per .9F .,EN 8UERY. } s AZT, wa, TAveE5 CO ýLLE ORLEIti - e C1m~MA& very ~'w; ; Fm sot s", w by w~ e&l'3 the new er p o of ý ý9! LiuugmduLrubI ja ~c~BCWaY1 _ _ _ý _ g to I hý iss by Kp ltiB l to i. )i rrCI p~eek ~CtI in eh ram ef. WboAý7ýy!ne! an tUtr' *AU OParw D. IDOC LN. Se'y. nj.. r Addre Slss Bo3 133, NOW OLao.