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3 3 .*. ?J I. X MZ?, Ln a.. iiSONSDAY ............*. MAUCUt, 1871 Teranb of BSubcrlptio.n. FIVE DOLLARS A YEAR. IN ADVANCE. Every subhrriber who pays at this eSlee, tin ranklin pane.dally in advance. will be e.titled to a dedctione o twenty per cent. from the above price. Terms, of Advertising. The apace oftetalieaor onesqure, in Nonpareil type or less eosastindg 5n egare, to-wit: Ow week. * 50; two weeks, 0 5; three week ,. four weeks, 0 75; ive weeks, 04 5. When time i aot speeied oberetadvetiament s will be pablihed Ave weeks sadeasrled ae tndJllg. MON T LT: The of tea lines for one month. 83 73; two w f73; three months, 7 50. A ceima oet the BAssN contains -7 squares of non etilcs Appit'a for AdmiaistratorsblF of Estates. .5 -O Somelkatien Notices.... A .--------------........ 1 000 A aeue mean.teaatd eshtme.Mee ............. 10 00 No eredit gtve for advertasig, job work, or sabscrip loa, eveept by special agreemeat. Franklin. Jann, 30. 18 eitorials anb t thir Artdcs. Wood sells during the winter in New Iberia at $7 a cord. At Franklin it usually sells in the winter at $6 a cord, and in the summer at Caus PLANTL'G.-More than half of the mense. ------**- FIGs.-The young figs are beginning to make their oppearance on the trees. Soon the fig leaves will be full grown, and the young figs will begin to swell and assume goodly proportions. This week we advertise the card of Messrs. Barrett & Seymour, 60 Camp Street, where may be found all articles in their line of busi nees. Printing and lithographing done at the same place, in good style and promptly. Tutasxs.-The Capt. of the Steamer Mata will please accept our thanks for bringing our skif up the bayou, and dropping it at our leading. Some sapegrace stole it two or three weeks ago, and took it down the Bayou. Capt. Trinidad is about starting a new iron foundry at New Iberia. It will be an im provement of great importance to that town. He will have it in operation in a few weeks. He also intends to start other mechanical im provements in that place. Tar WATEaR.--Many of the weather pro phets predict continued warm weather, and no more cold weather till next winter. Ap pearanoes seem to justify such conclusions, but we sometimes have all sorts of weather in in March, including auit killing frosts. If we have no more frosts, the fruit crop will doubtless be fine this year. The peach and plum crop now look very promising, and the ig mop never fails. The orange trees are net far enough advanced in crop prospects for as to be able to say much about the orange prospects. Reports in relation to the seed cane are somewhat mixed. As. the planting season prgresses, and new mats are opened, on some plhstations the ecae is extremely bad. In se cses almost all the cane s rotten ia por ties of the beld, and sounad in other pertions. On some plantations the seed is uncommoeuiy Mesrs. A. E.Dick & Co. this week adver tise ia our columns their soap factory, oice, 45 Common Street, New Orleans. That fac tory took the premium at thrse State Fairs. Mr. Dick commenced a printer boy in the Banner Olee, in 1846, and in 1871 is planted ha New Orleans, sending out large quantities of sop yearly, to eleanse and purify the city. Wu~..-l.at Saturday the wind blew along the Teebe as thougb it had been let lw to gom a flie. The mail boats had giestd uelty ia making lmliuog. It made the pilots' hands and arms ache in handling the wheels, and the captains had to keep a sharp lohkot from the hurricane decks to keep their boate aom making landings whoee there was a erid to lad. Bat their trips were safely mais. * JAIL Fv .--S e Mr. (.Niell has filed the o ems debherif trhi parish, the ail has been 11 lm l armials. Theurimes of are is met matirely eoined to the They 8 kll thimes their own olor to a ttat a shMeksaU whoremember bow Sew homiides, o a eeim we eaeaited by this race ti when they were i a tate of slavery. Free- n dee with them mason Icease and idolence. T' NIw Hoesln-We take pleasure in stating t the pab.e that Mr. H. Mayo has lately inss and ttd up the Brahear Hotel, naew sailed May' Hoatdl, ig eed rder for the so i masismt at ges He ivites his d old emie ml a ew, stemaagers and atseas,e t givebim a Sll; andhe hopes to be able to sMfy the pabic that a good hotel can be a ept up las samear City, well as in other n tsias is the State. SBoese to him. See his am rl in this issue. Pa *------- eat tAoVas.-Thanhe to Mes. N. P. Boyse & iN s.. eat eimnarg, Chsaters anty, Pe, for am ie te.osm a dellsr or two by mai Wewilpalish their adraeisemat next coe r#d L .. h~rl·'uiuraa..-vreu e Ilblrmmltry we Md. awer Wbsue of the ea "4Ib. 10 w*M, lmMe Ii . lib` N w -b wiiq a l tshu. b.r vbk - isadait bkI wiss, -J -i -v-.-* ICq~brt as~r So** , - J It wwli iw~ siis iiium 1s.bfA*i. Nw u. *.f* ':111" 1#fý J l g ý i ld )U 0U Mb Moner. Taere is no nmtuuey in circulation in this State, and never will be, so long a these who make crops borrow milikes froat New Or Jeans merchants at high rates of laterenr, an. spei millions yearly for Westea pednes, , striinery, carts, plows, and heose. lWow ., grieultaral people be prosperous who t py double the conventioual intereston large L sams of money, and pay eash to distant far mers for nearly everything they consume? And there never was much money in circo lation in this country before the war. The crops were shipped to the cities, and drafts given for maules, horses, slaves, groceries, and provisions, so but little of the proceeds of the crops ever came back to the parishes where they were made. And plantations were buried in mortgages. The right way to have plenty of money in this country the year round, is to raise all The provisions, and horses, mules, hogs, cows. and cattle we need at home, buy of our neighbors p instead of Western farmers, stock raisers, and jp echanics, fill our villages with manufactur ers and mechanics, and then our parishes will have an abundance of money in circulation, and our cultivators of the soil, merchants,and mechanics will be money lenders, instead of a borrowers of money, at two per cent a month interest. It Present arrangoemens keep people of all callings and professions, poor, and hard up for greenbacks. But a change is coming over -- so- a ay, not very u nt. COULDN'T LAxD.-Last Saturday evening, three would-be passengers on the Warren Belle. hailed as that boat came down, a few miles below New Iberia, the wind blowing e like a Texas norther-the bell rang-a plank was shoved out-the boat struck the shore, a negro jumped ashore with the end of a rope to make fast, and prospects looked favorable re for those in waiting to rget aboard. The - writer was one of the three in waiting. e The negro with the rope was too fall of whiskey to tie to a tree in season-the boat slid off towards the lea shore-the Captain a motioning for us to go lower down. And we or went over fences and lot, through gates, over ir ditches, the Capt. still motioning "come on," ir the plank still out to receive us. But like a s. spirit, the steamer and Capt. Castillo, kept vanishing as we advanced, and the last we I eaw of the magic craft she was disappearing - in the distance behind the tall cypress trees * which stood upon the shore, the plank still . out to receive us, and the Captain, in a faci Dating attitude, motioning for us to follow the phantom steamer, as she spirited her way in the distance towards the lower Teche. Our party declined the pilgrimage, and re turned to take a freshstart twenty-four hours later, on the next boat. . The St. James HoteL N.ew Orleans, has be come quite a favorite house with the ladies. It is so quiet, neat, and so highly respectable, P not crowded, and the tables are so liberally covered with the best in the market, that d there is seldom a peg left on which to hang a Sfault.. Mr. Higgines and the other oflicers of ir the hotel know how to please their guests, a and they turn their knowledge of hotei man agement to the best possible account. The City Hotel has had almost an uninter rapted run of business, summer and winter, for several years. It comes nearer meeting everybody's idea of a real traveller's home than say other hotel in the Seath. In fact, Smeet strangers whoe eme to New Orleans do not feel as much at home anywhere else as at ol.oB, and CoL Morse over all, including theSt. James, these hotels could hardly fail to be popular. No hotel keeper in the South has had a more valuable experience in man. e aging first-class public houses than Colonel Morse, and no one is more highly or univer sally respected. SAwruL..-Amewing, caterwauling, aunkilled, treed runty Radical editor of a journal of the pocket organ persuasion, wonders if ghosts and hobpbli. do not haunt the editor of the Baxxmu. Not a bit of it! We haven't had say interviews with ghosts that we know of. Our conscience is O. KL on the guet t question. Havn't killed anybody that I we know of-not even a stray specimen of doubtful humanity like the Kilkenny |i above notlfed. We don't know whether such things have ghosts. If they have, a nothing but the promise of a priting a contract would call them from their graves It ghosts do not grin at and haunt the Rad- c ieal editors of the country organs in this State, it will be because they consider these caricatures on human nature beneath their h. notice. We hope these worthies will not make themselves specially miserable on aseount of th our ghosts. We will manage them. They are very gentle, ad easy to manage. They give to their shepherd no trouble whatever. The basines of kettle setting on sugar Splantions, as everybody in the sugar par Sabaes of this tate knows, is o vast impor old tane to the planster, and to the State. The skilletl kettle setter saves a vast amount of - fad, and does mchb towards securing a good he article of suar. All gpe wrong in sugar er making when kettles won't beiL his Our femd, qjor J. B Dunn, of Hesmu , Parish of Termbouam, has an enviable rep. tatis as bttle setter wherever he s known. Sltheplanterne of Trrtehen ad Lfoarche, for and of other parishe know his merit, and so I. kL knowledge them. We are et aware thab t bhi s, superier, in these raspects, an he found in Sthe Stae sead his new advertsement is w-ho wa"t itLw .t.. a ixt corransepeip with him. I Mer. Miltd ddrsi teaEtS her large two. ry sisryd hth dw ieagrn Maistses, I New he Ibs r for a heiel. No villge la this u ic - * r-miia Imdedn utw hin teu, that is I eike the O'Nell B itnl tl he ace, 's o ti "ra war!i si M ia .ed it. 84 _ hot ea h, wuid be worth a hundred, tbesind dellars is 1 gm iillagseed pauish. ,rwet e n oppyt w th» impedacasse eta fat lishies tlinkh a a tebhL gives mdln, s @wa and 6s ol e.j . mie. .. 8 0 !f.ir FI goin t her hsfeaelm e ea sr 3Ul egs thets . &tw I ps whe. .1 ;silt ':M tw -.Ii to sa s.e St_. . sl i MI re g ip rd Oea nirs ca saJd - ?he Ir nzla iI. - .. _ ' - As every cottafs ~lanb, and almost e body elet in thiseeta is rnterested in Ite a Pabod bnon Sib Ii Which we have I iLblMy itodaed Into teWsea ion of Louis- I n, and whisn, eaut year, we expect to intro- I dlce ilat al portions of this State, we have taken some pains to have its merits tested here at home, on the Teche. that people may know what it will do. Last Saturday we were at the gin house of Mr. W. S. Brown, a practical farmer. whese place is about four miles below New Iberia, on the Teche. Mr. Brown understands all about cotton planting and cotton seeds, hav ing had n experience running through twen ty or thirty years, in the cuitivation of cottor, and hay ing noted ca.efully what the writers in agricultural works say of the value of cot ton seed. Mr. Brown, as all of his acquaint ances know, is a man of sound judgemenut.and strict integrity, would say nothing, in favor of any machine, that he did not know to be true. I Here is what lie says of Peabody's Cotton Seed Huller: S"I hereby certify that I have lately given ,f Peabod3 's Cotto: Seed Huoller fair trial at my b gin house in the parish of iberia, and am well pleased with it. 1I I think this huller will prove of great value r to the cotton planters, farmers, and others r who may use it. seed as fast as several large cotton gins can . The kernel, on leaving the 1o, m is in no nacition t used as food for an horses, mules and hogs, and the halls T ome w out in excellent condition to be used for fer ig tilizing purposes. I intend to purchase one k of these Hullers for my own use. I think the a general views expn essed by Mr. Dennett, the we general agent for the sale of these machines in le Louisiana, are judicious, and strictly relia ie ble. W. S. BRown." I We were well pleased with the workings of this machine last Saturday. The sifter will have to be inmproved a little, to more com ic pletely separate the kernal from the hulls, r but the hulling machine is neirly faultless, and is highly satisfactory in its operations. a This machine, in our humble opinion, is destined to be of immense importance to the e cotton cultivators of the South, and to the ig Southern people. Through Peabody's Cotton Seed Huller we hope to see much of the cot 11 ton seed crop, now nearly thrown away, and - estimated by agricultural writers to have an innate value of over forty millions of dollars, y utilized and saved. - Specimens of the hulled cotton seed, ker nels and their hulls, brought from Mr. W. S t Brown's gin honse, may be seen, at Messrs. Perret & Frere's drug store, in this placeand at Dr* J. A. Lee's, iu New Iberia. ,, To-day, Monday, February 27th, as we y write this article, the weather is delightful, t about like May weather in the Western States, a or the finest June weather in New England. if The sun is bright, the fields look warm and i, spring-like, the surface of the bayou glassy the fields green, and the leaves on some of the trees are half grown. Th'e weather lately at times has been blustering, the winds high, and the fragments of wild clouds flying over head, have reminded us of the weather we e usually have in March, Febramry this year has generally appeared like March. The o season so far, as a month ahead. of the alma t uac=, and the son. - . nr. .--e .;crdlt yste.- i ug carried to an extent in this country, which in il jures the people of all classes and oocuo.tions. th Few are ever ready to pay debts when duo. a- The plea is, "wait till a more cenvenient sea el son." So everybody has to wait, andeverbody er- is hard up for green backs. This involves lawsuanits, and then the lawyers have to wait. This universal credit system, running from e thousands of dollars to offee house bills, p Ssets everybody's calculatiems, ebeebs enter e prise, and breaks many who are inclined to ed accommodate their friends and patrona ,C.ah in hand in all of the business transaetions of et this country would add greatly to its pres Sperity. Gn GARDNURSCARC..-Tere are but very 'y few good, laboring gardeners to be fouad r anywhere in thiscountry. Most of those wbo are employed as gardeners are fickle, and ro msin but a nsbusrt time in one place. Theea are but few good gurdens even in the vicinity of villages. Faithful and efficient gardeners would find e good employment in almost any neighbor. Shbood in the State where the lauds are ricb. Ae t the seedstores is New Ojleans they have 4 this season sold eedry twice as many seeds sa usnae, whichehows that the people intend to give more attention to gardens sad heme td supplies tana usual. So, gardening skill, and labor are in great demand. t" -----* *-- - SRoans.--Two Jew peddlers lately halted at the negr qeartees, Maj. Simen, en the N Pale Alto patae.tss, three amiles above this place, n.tending to aejoy the bose pitalities of the negroes der-ing the night. At about 9 o'clock so. m ne gross entered the eabin where the peddlers were about retiring to rest, blew out tbhe light, Aed two or three pistol shot through the roof. and took eharge of thei guests dy da geeds. The peddlers Ied for der lifte t N Franklin, leaving their hoaes,saddles,and, s they say, dry goods to the ralne of 04 to .lft for themselves. . f , &ff O'Niela h rts fouf mss t puckages, but they have not yet been idea- I nd s.al I ; te' . : ro- - - ow Ai ?O afm-b kITATKsS3EAX.--A polif ticam sr rtib, I-C.e~~hsrirrr bth jMies aaaliziii·.' * A p.1",A . iii blks Tbe s, ks e, eson ,~Y j~ an·d frno. ii . Lii~ d uaL el iUvifdk ii s. tarumba, bo*d ire joie ow war d te w'c ~ W Obtatam is w rifiu to i.b ndju df. I, tfb a primdpieshweputol.sth. ..... U, ý' whisk sI.t .!rd Ir1es 'and I. Jmn.atshsuio n suy t*$o ,hoom d.:Auo poles.' "tltb'rilitaM· ir;lk Lrý A p MlkM. ktonItly'er es ow bur1s t e$fr fsi *he& ~b ts bla inw& haos i ts, is ranohauity tae $ho Maekest e lasothism · tt e L~d ssEtoe pn = vi stvfal maetiseg a gtund Moth.b &t t rL #rvrt exhor telas probea a lag k with tse remark that she ume.e aj y d hssslf by gl e r 4.-4 tres. iA ittsses, L Ws but.F 4h5gknhII.V ahousitd: '"8o Mii t-4kaIboi4u sue "i llW"hW4 "" t.o"elsletm.-White and r Blan..-_Ce ~ ase'O. According to the oensus of 1870, taken by authority sad rader the general direction of he hldceals, wheee interest it is to make the mater the black population, and the least of the white, the whole population is, 2'6,564, as Sfollows: Black ................ 365,564. ,White ....... .........361,80. Black Majority only......3,764. SIn 1860 the two races iumlbered as stated s below: White.............. :57,456, 1 Black.,................350,373. White Majority..........7,083. Large numbers of nagroes have been brought into the State as field hands and s laborers since the war. Had it not been for these ther~would have been a white major . ity in this State in 1871, of more than 20,(~0. d linut the blacks will diminish before another r census, and the wh~ will increase. Negro e rule in this tate will dllout itn less than five years. if cotton and sugar do not take a rise. n COMPLtxNTARY.-The Picayune pub lishes the following merited c.mpliment to u the City Hotel, and thousands of Col. Morse's y friends can vouch for the truthfulness of the statement which we copy and cheerfully en to dorse: n CITY HOTEL.--.One of tihe established in stitutions of to city is the City Hotel, requisite for theo omfort and entertainment mn of the guests, tl table is supplied with ev be erything the market affords, which is served or ap in a manner unexcelled at any plece in me the country. In the office the visitor meets a with that genial and polite gentleman, Mr. Edward Watson. Our friends may be as sured that a visit to the City Hotel will t.e made exceedingly pleasant and agreable. in A Jersey girl and her lover went out a- horseback riding recently, when a race, was proposed, which ended in a victory for the firmly seated young man. But the girl would not give it up, and demanuded a re of newal ot the trial, 'with a change of sauddleh.' I The change was madle and .ouon the.y were off again-the lad sidewise, aind! t-lhe girl otherwise; the hest resulting in a coumpl-lte victory fer the yuu.ng lady. The poet whose soul was wrapped in gloom is had the wrapper taken off lately. He is me doing as well as could be expected. NEW ADVE RTISEMENTS Id A. OATES, 1. D. HaviO eated in Yramkin, rcmIfully ofers h pro a, 'sioaIeaiee t t t citizen dtown an vicinity. OS. set door to Smith & C....' e-29 '7Ltf SBRHlHEAR CITY. The abscriber has lately leased the hotne lately cal led the kuaar Htel, now Mayo's Hotel, at Bra 1 shearCit, nea the L & T. railroad Depot. This otel has beetted up in excellent order, and guests ea at all timen be sceommodated with a good resting place and good Lire. Old friends and strnagers are iarited to calL HENRY L.MAYO. I, NEW IMERIA HOTEL FOR RENT. 1, Any perao wbe has the qualications of a good betel Skeeper, anud who has the means, and wishes to engage in the a t of a rsS-tclas hotel, can now tease the illard Hoe, i New Iberia, for term of years, or on mech terms as would enable the lessee to do a proltrble elsa It is a are lastion for makling money. It ia f elllgibly itated near the Lteamboat landing, oa Main tret, aad poasessle can be obtaned at short netie. ppy o M. tilird, or to the editor of the Planters' SBanner. "marl-71 if -------------- ------------------------- Per Satf at a Bargatm. rO aceeant of l1 health of the proprietor, the S RPANKLIN SHIP YARD, and the STEAM SASH, DOOR AND BLIND FACTORY, a DWEILINO HOUSE AND IMPROVEMENTS. The whke preoperty is in go working order. The lot measurea 477 feet fout ea the public road, by 480 feet from the front nce to the Bayou, I wEi ae the property in block, or three lets. Let 1o11 hAle two story hose oa it, rby 4 feet. with a hall tO!feeti through the centre, in both stories, ThIs boeae eawelaa8 reMe, 4 Ia the upper and 4 in the lower . tory, are phta each room, a porteo to each te,0 by ten feet, mad a gallery il the rear of both to. O fees ag. eth stolo of thke are well uI it, and as Imy fanmahsd as any bouse in this con try. The home is bulk ee good solid brick walls, the ruest Mg na Bh e egd r cllar, with pastern. Kitchen, ston",o., ad three aerranta' cables. )'roei Yard plamted wi lNv enokapd magnlia. I built thLIs h!oe rmyself and did not try to chets anybo , aot exiecuu , s ell it. amtotur• tasi . the lot is always dry. Let Nh.i, h re a the pube road, of 117 fret, and tbep widsalag b et. which is takea from lot No.1. with rfL ee and thr faei us. It Iu. a hYdimg lt fr a dweadrn. o0. this lotis theidhp Ya., and sh Factory and 8hcds whrfts hr a rlnl r wharf to mill, so or Prom the whag sta be e iy tranrpoed to This fcry Is new is operation, as well as the -apamsdedtehi elckorf wortk e . fOn ibhis l hta ies a g tuhtne for dratsingesn L laod Illlaa n il of te K Aeeemary machinery hr. a las TL g bo.r ashs gooe dwl houou on It 34 feet ,and a ised oe g a haf al corn h"ous and hay le The 1t Is 10s pai lps, from the Med to the ne, Abe, fsle ot e pilee, a good .steam. boat bell. sultable for thelargest plantation, and a thee. ma If fsinTHOS. SMARDON. In. lave 0 'FIC . O. UUGA* SURD CO. seed/ NEW ORLEANS, Doeeaberpt, 87l. tend The Beard of Dirsetoh f ibis eeapeuy hmve adopted -ethefeilolsia and. TASIF O GUAROMS, s tatkesofet saad after the 1las it : Cited' HOoSHEADS. the ?No. 1. First storae for auisalired . tos........::...................... 2 eas e hd UrYe Ns. L~st tie at ea easi tr r 1.s Dent sr hd r LOS-V f No.3. amssI;:.a:::ofmay p~oint per hid. tha t?'lo?,Iwseyai tSea b 15 Oants per bbd the soeabosah W~L Lodlg s b .... 30ol ptU n No. 4. Khim fCtar5rs5 do raI orders r N lc :O 'shot O ts sager 1 o thesbJ (th Istlus dotage).... 50 Ctats per hhd r Xo. L la et......... ................. 13 cents per bbd ugh . BARRELS s' dg7 we. 1. 1111 seral for as .uslatted td ua.» ------ ...------.. . 15 coatsprbbl so.. tar a vat ivesany }rt o 15 N. ~. 3. Nw sYalegr r l. , r N cY Ws b $irf.,,. n0 cnts per bbl M 4 r law e ay se isSaar a shdip thbholsds &yap...... 20 coats per bbI No.I4: 8Oe as hmgl eb&Ma!igr -~ tsds cept by the ewsro or tbelroaplovoo. W Ths~e s..E db into ies ha~lr. or* t i Lotor M/l W ;_ .S eats per blIta * ........hs benel) W 47. Awpolhsgisli3hstat eager asdMd mosas at is esbs elan yf as rPlj will, uhdseesetaerareu cs. a * *:dllevess b 4spv· d w LsW aede Noa te .Whsu(. r /}4s Cr*iu FWIqelsd.and iet oll 1dl of W j mp~rZ7$ 'TI O. CUCULLrU, leerotary 15.5. Jld OIESSP PBIN'ra us - t FiOIl>ýl Inr D- ................ dM11 oI . . i-- ·· ·--·---.n ..........................··-· .·... ..... ea 4IiY , sBAPREUE·W lost1 S.u I" * adesraw mom !t ar . t Is a Dplomars Sad 6St4diadshword"n by the Loathsaa n li PaT 0.>k Im. w IM A.E. INCA. JuR N. PPotvs. wc A 1; B'DICUK &l 00. A aeseaosrswblfobestu * Dclk) OI MOA " MAMWACfunm1B. Oese. 43 Hsse! Susie, s eirdNow Loves, Factory 'STAR SOAP FACMOY,' eeale of J~be Sa Oft Lb.su op h One. Our nagme puheld Sea al ths wholekmlo mile f EPSOmS New Osls% is se masroL pies. oUtl rrmet N EW ADVEIIiRTiiEsIE .TS-. j STEIMVILD5 PFRENCH COGNAC BITFERS, FIRST PRIZE PARIS EXHIBITION, I7o. Parify the blood and strengthen the system, eradicating the effect of dissipatlon, maintain the human frame in condition of healthfulness, dispel the blnes and all mental dietempers, and relieve those wbose sedentary habits lay them open to depression. They prevent and cure BILIOUS AND OTHER FEVERS, r FEVER AND AGUE. CHILLS. DIARRHEA, r IDYSENTERY, DYSPEPSIA. C CIIOLERA SMORIBUS. SEA-SICKNESS, CHOLERA, COLIC, SAnd every Compallaint Incidental to Di.t or Atmosphere. LADIES e Will And them a Sovereign Boon, as they Eradicate all traces of DEBILITY. , NER NERTNESs. it And Disease, Peculiar to their Sex. Thousandl of testimonials can be re.e at the office of M. JACOBSON, Sole Proprietor, r. 64and 66 Water Street. i NEW YORK. S. J. WIELMAN, it .7 Camp Street, NEW ORLEANS. LA., it Agent. for Louisiana, Tas.l, Miamissippiand Arkammeni. BJ B. DUNN, i ARCIIT'IECTAND BUILDER. SURGAR KETTLES AND BOILERS S et upon strictly scimatile principles. BAGAS4E BURNERS AND CIIIMNEYS Constructed upon the meet approved plans, established upon the laws of heat sand combustion. - Plo.t Office Address HOUMA, Terrebonam larish, La. Certiieates and References. Ameag the very great number of gratifying and pleas ing certil8ates, the following, from the IHon. Tobias Gibson, one df the moat experienced Sugar Planters of the Parish of Terret onne, is respectfully presented : a- OaK FOREST PLANTATION, " Terrebonne, La.. Feb. 25, '71 id I have long knewn Major Duna, of this Parish, as a 'd skilful and oducated mechanic of rare abilities, and, it ' affords me much pleasure to add, as a reliable and courts ens gent'eman. For more than a quarter of a century he -has eea zealously devoted to perfecting the art of set ting Sugar Ket lea, Boilers, etc. His aelentle researches for the hknown and unknown laws of heat, combustion, el evaperat.s et . together with the practisal eperieanee of a life time have enabled him to apprweh thQs great Sdemlidera -The Mot Rapid Es'ersratis; te Greatest Q Swans y of Fel, "id the MW Esdsriug Matted of e Co.strhries." His ladefatigable perseverece and alti Smate Sueces, emineatly entitle him to a share of the pat a ronage of those engaged in the manuaeture of sugar. Toalas OtaOp. I also refer to the followiag sugar Ipleaters of this H. C. Minor, Capt. Wm. A. Bislaad. Jas Sanders, Mesars. Davis & Bru., Simon Brown, Judge A. J. Dela porte, Victer Brows. W. A. Shafer, Judge Win. A. Kaight, A. W. Comaelly Aurili Theriot, Dr. P. . Rob. ertson. I also refer to the followaing citsens of the parish of St Mary: yt P. eaty ; " , Sha fa. nd. u And the fllowlag eltiems of New Orlemas are aeqat ted with the eharueter of my work as a kettle-emtet: eRdebt Hsum, Perkies, Swims. a Co., A. MlteebergerS p a J. Ayeock. I could'aul numeroes other sading names im the sugar parlie' and In New Orleans, marl '71 t f J. B. DUNN, Ronam, La. 1 __ _ _ _ _ h We te mndersigned Merchants of Centreville, woeld Srespectfully iform ,mr customers that our stores will be closed on Sundays. commecaing Oc the First Sunday in February aert, to be opened onlyfa cases of emergency. . K. TODD. J. B. HEREPORD & BRO. J. NUgIER. Jat-ln E. B. ETIENNE Attorney and Couneefor at Law, Will practice in the Courts of the3dJudic l Disrict of SLouisa. . FPebSl-'70 ly. L. Gertefs, 5.. .............. O le reet ..............s PR ACTICAL SUllR AJLER1 Dealer nad Jobber in GUIS AND PISTOLS. BREECH LOADERs. AMMUNITION AND FISHING TACKLE. Models nealy made hem rawlags with secrecy and dispatch. ARMS made to order sad repaired by EXPE RIENCED aad THOROUGH WORKMEN. It Feb. 22 71, 6m. OO@UTATIOW TZIZ.-, MOROAN LOUISIANA AND TEXAS RAILROAD. Any person travelig on the Morgp, loa iae mand Teas T Raibroed en prebss a Co.matatigs TiTket for $S, which entitles the pnrebaser to travel on this rail hhd road Lve hundred miles, at suck latervas, and oemsdel hhd portions of the roed as may suit Ins coaveniesce. Tickets may be obtaned at the Raaraed oee at ra srear City, gr at the oee of Chas. A. Whitney & Co., corner of Magailne and Natehes Street, New Orleaus or by mail fe2'tS tt bbl - --__________ bMbl The pla bee g to the subserier, on Bayou bl sale. Parish of St. Msry, dv. mils fro cntreni a ll nd within two msas There are 70 acres of stnbtMe eane, and 70 acres o seed ua to plant. Suar hae, eaiae sad kettles, have a sapasiy Af a amp o et beusbesle of segar. Males, cartuma all of the amegub property on the in pla utian s , sale r r themelaetaes. i, . ..sse e Fvun n at ore If desired; terms reassaue.s S Apply to the edoer of SW pp Wer w to Jesse T. fe Baldwin, Centsevill., Le., or to the shepior . Centreville, Jan. W '70, WI. 1ARRETT. .**.............emimem i ,eet.... ...... [In t.Ch.arles Hotel Block.T ,- '.. -- ot, o. Xbei Importer of(ISAANAC ARlS,Aad IHavana Prodm HAY ANA LOTTERY PRIZM A d it)ED. Inermion sivem tothese wh wib to puhase. a. van Lottery T-'eta. , "1S 71.ly I. e LOTw It uated fff -Ceý town lb wick's Daeny. Titles nw h-j a e ofm en Apply at th a t hle!71 4f M. OWflAjgI so' S . .... ............... · on s·- . OZ THllOUAND OMA IOMZ AD P,4CI TitEE One -m twoyeas eld, for sale by the sIe heetr, half a mile fret Pnlu, on the Pardg or w IirL roed. rrl.eee ur , D. TAYLOR. A NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. .Tee Orleans Dirretory. AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS. The, Be . Bedley, No. 9 Perdldo St. BaWL's Ohio Mowers and Relaper Sattley Gang Plows, .Staford Cubivaters, Soutbher Cor and ('.tton lanters,. Victor Cane Mills, Cook's Evaporator. BOYS' AND CHIlIDE.S' ('LOTHIING B. T. Walshe, I10 Canal Street. nel.r St. ('hrl . CARPI'ET 1'AREHO'sE. A. Bresseaut d CeO.. 17 Chartres, Importers au.d T Wholesale and Retail dealers in Carpets. Floor t(il Cloths. China and Cocoa Mattings, Curtains Win dow Shades, Upholsters' Materials. DENTIST. t Dr. S. J. Knapp, i5 Baronne Street, MUSIC AND MUSICAL I.VNSTRI'IME. '. A. E. Blackmar, 201 Canal Street. MACHINERY. Thie. B. Dedley. Portable and Statis. arev Steom Engines and Boilers. Raw Mills. Shingle Mtahlll.s, Corn Mills, Steam and Water ItP.-, and ;t tings, Belting, Cottou Ginsano lPresses. OPTI('IA V. William Bohne, l( (:arondelet S , al.v,,i I',ydtan ORLEANS INFIRMARY 141' ('ANAIL STEET. Dr. Cheppim, General and Special Surgery. Dr. Beard. Diseases of the Eye and Ear. Dr. Blckell. Diseases Peculiar to Females. Dr. Brums, Diseases of the Throat and Chest. Accommodations First-Class, Send for Cirenlars, Box 07. SHIRT.S AND MEN'S FURNISHING GOODS. B. T.'Walnhe, 110 Canal Street, near St. Charles. . COMMISSION MERCHANTS. James N Putatsam, 24 Peters St., cor Customhnose COTTON FACTOR AND COMMISSION MER(CH.4ANT Ii J. S. Cpes, 44 Caromdelet Street. CANDY MAANUFACTURERS-R-B STE.4,I. J. Vllarrubli d Co, 93 Old Levee, Choice Cofe tionary. GUNS, PISTOLS AND AMMIUNITIO.V P roleem d Breo., 100 Canal Street. STA TIONERS. Barret Seymour d Co., 610 Camp Street. f Clmiese Laborers. We have made such arrangements with a first class Americaa House. at Hong Kong, China, as will enable as to contract for the delivery of any number of the best of Chinese Laborers, from the interior provin.cs; term of engagement, three to five years; wages ! coin per month. For further rartieulars, address O'Fallow & Hlatch, or Gen- JOHN G. WALKER, jeltf 140 Gravier street. New Orleans. MURS. JULIA HADERMASN, WIDOW OF THE 1lte PROFESSOR C. J. HADERMIANN, will re olen school on Monday. Jan. 9th, Ie70. TERMS PER MONTH. English Branches.................................. t3 () Eaglish with French (aoquired in Paris) G;erman and Drawing................................. 5 00 resic........................... ................ 4I U Mrs. Hadermann takes this opportunity of publicly expressing her heartfelt thanks to all those who have rendered her such valuable assistance, and evinced nsuch kind sympathy with her dring her recent bereavement. Main Street. Frankkin, Jan. 3rd 1971. R L. BRUCE, Dealer in WESTERN PRODUCE, HAY, CORN, OATS, BRAN' COW FEED. FLOUR, SHAMS, is POTATOES, Ete. fSS Lafaye-te Street, One door above Tcbompltoulas. New Orleans. Janl-71 tyr. a II. COLTER. President, B. H. JONES. Vice Pre. It Camden, N. J. PhIladelphia. Ps. Black Dfamosd SOIL,LAMP, AND CHANDELIER CO. O Oiee and Sales Room NO. N UAGAOUIE STRELT, Near Canal, ' Muanfacturers and Wholesale Dealers in Petroleum S O11, Gas and Oil Chandeliers, Lamps and Lamp Trimmings of all kinds; Pcr:able Gas Fixtures sad Lanterns of Every Variety; Janttl71-1y. 8. J. N. SMITH, Business Manager. - COMMISSION MIRCHCIANTS FAMILY AND PLANTATION SUPPLIES. 50o DECATI rl S r. Jall I 71 I Iae.a. J THE LINDSAY WAGON Is the beat nd cbeapet ever offered in the South. Two horse, wide track, 3 Ilbbs.r Skein, at ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS EACH. Fiished in saperior style. and of the best make and materipla O piete with box. top be. deable tres. sngletres.aneekyoke. lck and stay chaluins. Guardardtoeed oeq y wagon ever sibred in this SM. . LINDRAY. & CO., Agrictulanrtal Implemets. L It Tehoophloola SB . NewOrleas .hL Halte Kerr, AgeCst Nlew Iberia.La le ly6v e U. T. Bartlelt, OOMMI seoN MIERCHAjN, AND e ,RAL AgENT FOR THEu A.RR(~W TIE, -AND sLF-FASTEIWY sUCILE TIES. 43 Oarea.det Btreet, I JaetS,7t-dm NEW ORLEANS. KAELEu'S OFFIOIAL MAP OF LOUISIANA, N w ORTIAjS. Jau. 12, 1871. We certiy that we have made a critical examination of the OFFICIAL MAP OF LOUISIANA, p.hbihed by T. S. HARDER, specidal engineer, and reommend it, net only as a wrk of art, but one which will be fou use .AI to every merebaet and heoueholder Lavtng any in terest in the State. G. T. BEAUREGARD. WM. J. McCULLOH, Formerly Surveyor General of Loladana. M. JEFF. TiOMPSON, Chief rMleaNr aoeda o Pdubie Work. J. A. D'HUEOOURT, Deputy Cty Surveyor of New Orluea. HENRY VAIqVLECE, Chief En geer N. O. . and C. R. R. W. H. BELL. city Surveyorw ]. H. GREENE, Chief Engineer N. O, B. R. and V. R. H JOHN LYNCH, Surveyor General of Lousana. C. A. WHITNEY & CO., Agents. JAMES T. TUCKER, General Agent Illiaois Central Raireed. JaMIt - , PIKE,bDO. & CO. SProprietor of the 3ugtmawggsti 'W't - the Od Depee,eorer or Camp and Larayee Strees., of with a superior stoek of FRUIT and ORAREQNTAL 1 TREES, Greasohse Plants, etc., and rnopecvly a Melt, the petroaage of his frienda, the friend of the late he prieter, mad the public generally. AU orders from r a te. city or sonmtry will receive prompt and carerl atema T til. Cataige furnibed on applicatioa Address JOHN NELSON, Corner Camp and Labfyette Stree-,. Janit-l-l14p New Orleems A. GI GUlSW()lOI. CO. SCOINER CANAL AND rOAL ts. NEW ORLEAXS Dlrotsas or Fla. W wsa... Cis . J Fisry Fame, - anuteturers of PURE COIN SILVERWARII. Pries low and every ankle fag gunsrnmei. ian ly. For mk avertd n . Flve Mich Cows and ealve,. Two tare, gentle Amern. . hores. HiouseheM aid Kitchen Faranlene. Let of O(ege, Peach and Fig tree. Li Carriae d Pole-bobe atnd Single n, Hout. Lt, ta d Five Acre of Land cemmeted with the sae for eaet by the year. App.y.t hi o.ee or F. W. iooe, ., Ptt. I I R SALE ! FOR SALE I *O*NTT ST C OT TEA PLOUOe'. A general supply-oo. 3, 4, and .: Jat 1y U, l l. SMITH & CO. r NEW ADVERTIMEMENTT Ferllitzer and Boet Blark. To improve your Iawln, ave late r and tll.r larg- r... ane IW 311f1E S.PER-PHn ~PIIPAT.T , -AND- I INI': (;IOUNI) I .tJN I;. The (;rrat Fertilizer., which are adapt.." to all kinds of Land, andt ran, with profit, be appldi to the enl tiviatien of C(rn, Cotton, Sugar, Wheat, Rye. Potatoes, Frult, Vegetabll a, Flowers, etc., etc. Testimonlats from planters who have fairly tret, 4 them pronounce then Yertthzersthe cheapest and moat effectlvn known. Not even Guano. which in much morte c,,stly excel.s them in efft-Tt and dnrahi!it-. SI ';. R REFUiERIEA Will find BONE BLACK of all gradens toutaatly a hand. The.e art cle aren guarant.-ed pnJa and free from adlulterali.n (Irom IDr. (G. A. Liebig, the Eminent t hemist ) Bal TIMORF, September, 21)th, 1.ta. . leura l.eni* Stern & Brs., New (rleans: (;ents-I have fini.hbd analysis of your .ampl. Super Phosphate. It is a highly con,-,ntratcd F-rtl:iz* r, tn tainiug the necessary and msrt important rleit;.t 't proper proportion, and there cae be no doubt that I.e et e feet of itS application must be satisfactory to the highest T degree, upon almost any crop or ..il. Wi-hing .ott. again, the best succea in your new enterprise, and holing to hear from you, I remain very truly yourn. G. A. LIEBI(. y to I. STERN & BROS, Mannateturerr. 16i Charles Street, New Orleu,s. PRICE LIST. Raw Boae Super-Phosphate, per ton of 21.0) lbs., (Packed m Bags of 00 Ilbs., or . arrela of 2 ) Iba. each as preferred ........................5, tat Fine Ground Bone, ton of )110 lbs............... 4-, (i No charges for drayage or Packing. at - of ANALYSIE; OlF STERN'S RAW BONE 81"PElt PIIOBPHATE. IN Io) rli<. Moisture, 0l2o "F . . Organic Matter and Aulltuoni4 - . Inorganie M.tter. ... I Itl. - Plhosphoric cid. ,,,.bi- . -.S IM . not soluble - - ly OR r Disolvedl Bone l1o phate of lnue - "t l,, hb Not I-com.poedl Bone Ph'bephale of I.ill - . at I(apahle of Pr dnut;on of Armmonia - 7 J. SCHIEN. I hetni.t. bpread the Truth. Some medical men insist that it is undignified to al er tine a remedy, however valuable it may be. Queer reasoning, this. It is like saying that an article which the world needs should be hid in a corner- that the ben efts and blessing, may be too widely diffused- that theo means of protecting and restoring health, should be a close monopoly, and not accessible to all. The argupment is bad. It is worse than that; it is lnhuman. Suppoce Ho. letter's Stomach Bitters-an abtolute specificfor dy.p.pt sia, Ibtliomuness, and nervous debility-bad never b-tn known beyond the repertoire of the faculty ; waat would have been the consequence t Instead of invigoratiug ad caring milllios, the good efects of the preparatln, woauld have been confined to a comparative few. There is the highest authority for saylag that light shonld not be hid under a bushel; that whatever is excellent hborid be placed as a city oa a hill, where all men should take eognizance of it. It is upon this principle that the Bitten . have been advjrtized in every newspaper of any pron nmeee in the western hemisphere. and that the spontane oa testimnaials in its favor hr e beae translated into all written lang.ages. Thoausands enjoy perfect health to a day who would ha languishiag on beds of sickenss ifth aewspapers had not spread tae truth with regard to this unequaled invigarant and corrective, far and wide. Sup poase profit has been reaped from this publicity. Is that any argument against it t If the public health ha been protected; if life he been aaaed; If the feeble have been strengtheaed aad the sick restored, great good has r -n aeemplished; and wh so mea. as to grudge to exertion. thus directed their fair rdward 1 [103 5*1.................. F.....FOR ALE. A Flm Assortaem of Fruit Trees. Five Iadred Seppermoag Grape Vines Figs, Plums, Green Guagee, etc. S. (CAREY. Ja'5-2m Ceeutresile, L. E. L. E. BONNET. No. 5 Chartre St., Near Cousner oa Canal, New Orleans. a IMPORTER AND WHOLESALE DEALER L -IN- STRAW AND MILLINERY G000S. Was Just reeIved bhis il stoek of Boamets, Ribbon., Lees. A'rtcal Flowers, Veils, Straw. VYelet anl Plush Hats trimmed sad uatrimmed, whirk he offre to the trade n liberal tems and at very low priceL. JUST 33031YE3. PFrakla CoMfectlonary has just rereived as atmple and fres supply to TOYS, FIRE CRACKERS, FPIE WORKS Or AJL KINDS. CANDIES, FRUITS, JELLIES. CORDIALS, WL'ES. And bes always ce hand a fresh and geueral supply of CAKES, PIESg, TARTS, Aedall kilds of Cosfeetleomry, Fresh, rad made of th, best Materials. No pais will be spored to please cuse tomers, and thaSksare returned to cititizeas and old friends for past fBrors. B. F. P r gfis, ,swCCzsoaO TO D. MUPAT.) DB.AxMLE IN. 1 E3 D8_ 104 . . Brawmler Sret.... - - - 10 sweem Casmp sad Mgealae sta. ew Orleaa . J . W I*eU l, Cr A & C.. FURNITURE WAREROOMS. NOS. :IN 4@ ROYAL STI'RE ITl', NWe Orleem Have nm laud a large atoekandwlll SELL LOW FOR CASH. S et13 _ _ 38 35 Yshmpmlmas se d 36 New Levee Seu - NE W ORLEANS. N . MrALI.. W. J. 3cv.oa. .%I. and Comeariter. 9 t l.LOH. . (Formerly. tyer (et.. , Ir McCmSS X *acCrkMl 3 ..............m.C tdelet St................ 3 8 N Odes... Prompt atteutioe to ad entries mad losalitle of Landq. COhlImaioa of Titles, Procuremme of Patepts. Pur 7 chase and S.le of Real Esate I. LeuM., Tesa, Mie issnippi, Arkanaae, Alabama, e, sad to all hesiaes be fore the L'aied States Depaitmaeia, Colrts aId Congreat Ja:5 71-ly M. PJ. Ne*Iev. *8 ............. .... Campn lel et...... .. .. e WATCHMAK IE , Dealer is A'merlesm, sSiA " Swls Wasobes, of the best Makers. FINE JEWELRY, PURE SILYER WARE, OFFICE AND MANTEL CLOCKS, GUYS, AND PISTOLS. Every deseri tieo of Wa'eh Repliring .t moderate rates.,